George Mason High School - Mustang Yearbook (Falls Church, VA)
- Class of 1956
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I OCAl HISTORY COLLECTION MARY RILEY STYLES PUBLIC LIBRARY FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA GEORGE MASON JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SEHDOL FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA c In o ?-hc k o CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CLASSES ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS c7 ic S jjolhxjhl S I lined On . , . Page 5 ADMINISTRATION IRVIN H. SCHMITT Superintendent B.A., Coe College, Iowa M.A., University of Iowa GEORGE MASON JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL FALLS CIIURCII, VIRGINIA WYLIE II. RUSSELL Principal A.B., Oklahoma City University Ed.M., Oklahoma City University A.M., George Washington University ROBERT ELLER Assistant Principal B.S., Willson Teachers College M.A., George Washington University Page 6 ALBERT, MARGUERITE D. B.A., Mary Washington College English, Social Studies Sponsor of Seventh Grade ARMSTRONG. MARY M. B.S., Longwood College Biology, Mathematics Sponsor of Biology Club Sponsor of Sophomore Class BLAKEMORE, MRS. Cafeteria Manager B RODEN, MABLE E. B.M., Northwestern University Vocal Music, Sponsor of Glee Club BUCKLIN, ERNEST L. B.Ed., Plymouth Teachers College Exceptional Classes CHRISTIE, THOMAS H. COCKRILL. CATHERINE M. B.S., Kings College B.S., Madison College Physical Education, Varsity Football Physical Education, Coach of Girls’ Coach of f.V. Baseball Varsity Basketball, Softball CONDIT, WILLIAM W. B.S., Haverford College M.A., University of Pennsylvania French, English Sponsor of Sophomore Class CRAIN, JOE B.S., Milligan College M.A., George Washington Univ. Director of Athletics, Physical Education, Coach of Varsity Football, Basketball CROCKER. DOROTHY L. B.A., West Virginia University M.A., West Virginia University Guidance, Sociology, Psychology, English, Co-Sponsor of EH A Co-Sponsor of National Honor Society DASIIOFF. LEON A.B., Odessa Conservatory, Russia Orchestra DePASOUALE, ANTHONY B. B.S., Indiana State Teachers College M.A., George Washington Univ. Mathematics, Sponsor of Junior Class, Coach of Varsity Tennis Page 7 DUGSTAD, RICHARD A. B.A., Iowa State Teachers College M.A., Iowa State Teachers College Social Studies, English HOLTON, ARTHUR P. Ph.B., Notre Dame University M.A., Geo. Washington University American Government World and Economic Geography FOSTER, FRANCIS A. B.A., Black Mountain College M.S., University of Oregon Art Art Advisor for " Palette ” JAHR, INA A. B.A., Wartburg College M.N., Western Reserve University Science Sponsor of Junior Science Club GLASCOCK, IVO Q. B.A., Penn College M.A., Columbia University Mathematics Sponsor of Seventh Grade KILEY, MARGARET A. B.A., University of Buffalo M.A., Geo. Washington University Commercial Sponsor of Junior Class Typing Supervisor for " Lasso” and " Palette” HINKLE, DONALD L. B.S., West Virginia University Industrial Arts Coach of J.V. Football KRIZ, RUTH A. B.S., Ph.N., Catholic University Candidacy for Masters School Nurse LOCKOWANDT, EVELYN J. B.S., State Teachers College, Indiana, Pa. Home Economics Co-Sponsor of FHA MAHER, WILLIAM F. A.B., M.A., Catholic University English, Social Studies Coordinator of Junior High Sponsor of Junior Dramatics Club Sponsor of Sophomore Class McBLAIR, JAMES A.B., M.A., University of California American and Ancient History Sponsor of International Relations Club McClellan, myles s. B.S., Ed., Penn State Social Studies, World History Page 8 m MOYKA, ANN A.B., Wilson College English MYERS, NANCY B.A., Sheppard College Librarian P ARMEY, B. JON Sec ret ary PHILLIPS. J. EARLE B.A., University of Virginia Spanish LANIER, NORMA B.S., Madison College Physical Education, Health Sponsor of Keyette Club Sponsor of Cheerleaders SCHOLL, HERMAN F. B.M., Eastman School of Music M.M., Eastman School of Music M.A., University of Columbia Ed.D., University of Columbia Instrumental Music, Baud RITZMAN, ELMER R. B.A., Houghton College M.A., University of Chicago Guidance Director Co-Sponsor of National Honor Society SNODGRASS, WILLIAM D. B.A., King College Mathematics, Sponsor of Key Club Sponsor of S.C.A. Sponsor of Senior Class Sponsor of " Mustang ” ROCKWELL, CHESTER S. B.A., Shepherd College M.A., Geo. Washington University Mathematics Coach of J.V. Basketball STREMPKE, JOYCE M. B.A., Wartburg College Exceptional Classes SCANGA, JOHN A. B.A., Fairmont State College Physics, Chemistry Sponsor of Senior Class Sponsor of Science Club Coach of T rack T earn I HOMAS. VIRGINIA M. B.A., Westhampton College English, Social Studies Sponsor of Seventh Grade Page 9 WALLACE, JULIA P. B.A., Murray State College Sponsor of Eighth Grade WOODWARD, WILLIAM K. B.S., M.S., Oregon State College Industrial Arts Sponsor of Eighth Grade YEO, SUZANNE Guidance and Library Secretary ZUKUNFT, ELLEN J. A.B., University of South Carolina English Sponsor of LASSO Not pictured: KOBER, HARRY P. — B.S., The George Washington University; Physical Education. 1. Mr. Snodgrass — Then ♦ 2. Now ♦ 3. Roses to Miss March for “The Male Animal’’ ♦ 4. “Cowboy” Kobe r ♦ 5. “Crusher Crain and his gang” 6. Relaxing at “Antoinncs” ♦ 7. Faculty turns out for the Sweetheart Dance. Page 10 cT ie S jJoLiixjhl SluiiiU) On , , , Page 1 1 Class History Well, here vve are, through with high school and ready to start out for something brand new and completely dif- ferent. And we are all different, too. Some of us have made our name here at George Mason in sports, some in studies, some in other things. From here we will go on to college, to a career, or to marriage, beginning again with new friends and acquaintances. We have been together for five years now, long enough to really get to know each other, long enough to have plenty of memories to look back upon. Remember when the Class of ’56 began back at Jeffer- son in the days of the cottages with broken stoves and the buildings with rickety stairs. Remember Miss Knox, our first principal! And detention hall! Marybeth Roeder and Sara Jeffrey were our first representatives to dance courts when they were attendants on the Sweetheart Court. We published our first newspaper, the “Garnet and Gold Glitter,” with Roy Smith as editor. Mr. Snodgrass spon- sored our new yearbook, THE MUSTANG. Remember the JOE Club sponsored by Mr. Warner; we had a won- derful time skating and swimming. Mr. Warner also took his class exploring in historic Falls Church quite often. Then there was the day that Miss Klein sneezed over the “morning air” alias sneezing powder. Miss Bishop taught us math; Mr. Meneeley taught us to be mad scientists as we did his experiments. Our freshman year was our first vear in the new build- ing. What a contrast to Old Jefferson! There were shiny new walls and polished desks. We loved everything about George Mason. We had our first lockers, too . . . nice, but did we have to rush between classes to get our books! Half of us studied personality under Mr. McClellan; the other half was busy filling out corporation income tax re- turns for Mr. Warner. Mr. Little was our principal that year, and he really made us feel important when he knew us all by name. We played on Falls Church High’s foot- ball field; almost the whole school turned out for every game of our first football season. Howard Bronson really fought for our Mustangs that year. We also started the band under Dr. Scholl; our class was well represented in it. Tom Webster, Terp Palmer, and Chris Farrell were those from our class. Then we were sophomores. We put on our first dance, the Red Garter Cafe Dance. Remember the afternoons we spent painting murals of Parisian scenes. We loved putting up the sidewalk-cafc-type tables and the crepe paper awn- ings. Eight of our girls spent many evenings practicing the can-can and sewing skirts to entertain at the dance. Tom Webster, Warner Butler, Tcrp Palmer, and Steve Ilcdctniemi were asked to join the Key Club that year. We were really beginning to feel like senior high. We had Mr. Davis for biology and spent several periods out on the lawn in hot pursuit of grasshoppers. There were SCA elections in the spring, and some of our class mem- bers, along with students from all other parts of the school, covered the walls with posters. Tcrp Palmer was elected vice-president; and Corky Feagin, public relations chair- man. We were getting nearer the goal; but there were still two years to go. Our junior year was terrific. We had new classes and new teachers. We studied hard and worked diligently to finance the Prom. And as the sense came rolling in, the cents did, too. Mr. Harmon taught us that year; we’ll never forget his lectures before every dance encouraging the boys to take out “these beautiful girls who are just waiting for you.” Most of us could have drawn floor maps of the Library of Congress from memory, after working on our term papers for Miss Zukunft. Mr. Russell was our new principal that year. Our basketball team went far, and we went with them — the whole way to Blacksburg and the state tournament, where we placed second. SCA elections brought six of the available eight positions into our hands. Gil Hansen was elected school president. Then came the Prom. We had a hard time deciding on our theme. Remember the rumors that we were going to flood the gym and have a Viennese canal theme. We finallv decided on a Chinese garden. Who can forget painting dragons and hanging bamboo curtains to the strains of “He’s in the Jailhouse Now?” With the lights down low, who could sec our beautiful chartreuse and red brick walk and our little fish pond? Class night came, and we had our candles lit as the seniors extinguished their flames. We were the seniors, now. At first it seemed strange to be the oldest class, but we soon got used to it. We elected Robert Shaw as our president. We had Miss March for English, and we were very sorry to see her go in April when she became Mrs. Randall. But Mrs. Macks did a very fine job in her place. Mr. Holton was new, too, and went “full steam ahead” in his government course. Captain of the cheerleaders, Judy Stetson, became the homecoming queen; lovely Rosalie Stuart was our sweetheart queen. Senior dav came, and we had a ball taking over the classes. We had our own teachers’ room and drank free cokes all day. But our greatest thrill of the day was being able to cut into the lunch line. Ray Peterson starred for us in track. Dick Weede and Dan Capper were our basketball men. The district tournament was held at our school. We’ll never forget Fox, of the Herndon team, and the night they beat us in the district finals. Thirteen senior girls formed the first Kevette Club in the nation. They modeled it after GM’s successful Key Club; now the school has both a girls’ and a boys’ service club. We were also the first senior class to have a class trip. It was 6:00 a.m. when we piled into onr cars and headed for the Union Station with our class sponsors, Miss Crocker, Mr. Snodgrass, and Mr. Scanga. Off for New York! Mr. Schmitt, the railroad rep- resentative who went with us, was really great. Remember those subway rides and the walks to the automat. We never saw as many television shows as we did that week- end, but we loved it — Eddie Fisher, Steve Allen, the Dorsey Brothers, Elvis Prestly, and all. We returned home, dead on our feet, but there wasn’t a person among us who didn ' t think the trip was more than worth it. Once home we began working on class night, as the band practiced “Pomp and Circumstance.” We knew that zero hour was approaching. The Juniors gave us a beautiful, wonderful Prom for our last dance together. Exams were passed — graduation was next. We join the alumni — The Class of ’56. — Linda Stahl Page 12 KZVP T f ? OiAJ , ' rt) Q r p- co fsp Senior Class Officers Robert Shaw President Tom Berry Vice-President Sara Jeffrey Warren Davis Page 1 5 ANDERSON, PAULA BRONSON, HOW ARD BUTLER, WARNER CAREY, JACKIE COE, ROB BERRY, TOM BROW N, NANCY CAPPER. DANNY CASE, LOIS COHN, LARRY THE SENIOR Leadership ROBERT SHAW ELLYN GIFFORD Page 1 4 COLBY. MARILYN COOPER, JO ANN DeRAMUS, JU1N DRISKO, DICK FERGUSON, BOB COOPER, GEORGENE DAVIS, WARREN DOYLE, DAVID FEAGIN, CORKY FOLEY, SHANNON CLASS 1956 Most Popular ROSALIE STUART TERP PALMER Page 1 S Page 1 6 GEBELIN, GINNY GIFFORD, ELLYN GINN, JERRY GOGGIN, PAT GOOD, HENRIETTA HAINES, LYNN HALL, CAROLYN HANSEN, GIL HARRISON, JIM HASKELL, LINDA THE SENIOR Sportsmanship LAURA OTIS LYNN HAINES JOHNSON, MARY LOU KILGORE, KATHY CLASS 1956 Friendliest BARBARA LUNSON DANNY CAPPER KRAGES, TOSCA LUCAS, BETSY LUTZELMAN, KAY McMILLEN, KATHY MOATS, RUTH ANN LAREW, KASHA LUNSON, BARBARA MADDEN, LORETTA STEVENS, PAT MORRISON, MIKE THE SENIOR A lost Industrious LINDA STAHL DALE WHITESIDE Page 1 8 O’BANNON, DICK OTIS, LAURA PALMER, TERP PHILLIPS, RODNEY REIMERS, JOHN OLSEN, JERRY PAEZ, ADOLFO PETERSON, RAY POWELL, CYNDIE REINECK. JOHN CLASS 1956 Best All Around JUDY STETSON STEVE HEDETNIEMI Page 19 ROBERTS, MILTON ROELOFS, LARRY SANDIFER, VIRGINIA SIMPSON, SKIP RICH, JIM ROEDER, MARYBETH ROGERS, KAY SHAW, BOB STAHL, LINDA STEPHENS, STEVE THE SENIOR Scholarship KASHA LAREW PETE TACKNEY Page 20 STETSON, JUDY STUART, ROSALIE TACKNEY, PETE TATE, NANCY TIMKOVSKY, SERGEI WALTERS, NEAL CLASS 1956 Most Athletic RAY PETERSON SARA JEFFREY STRICKLER, CAROLE TANNER, JIM TUACKREY, JANET Page 21 CLASS 1936 WEBSTER, TOM WEEDE, DICK WHITESIDE. DALE Senior Activities ANDERSON, PAULA — Y-Teens 2; Latin Club 2,3; Red Cross 2,3; Reporter on School Newspaper (Roosevelt High) 3; International Relations Club 4. BERRY, TOM — Swimming Team (Granby High, Norfolk, Va.) 1,2; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Governor 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3; Mustang Staff 3, 4; Vice- Presi- dent of Class 4. BRONSON, HOWARD— J. V. Basketball 1; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 3, 4; Semi-finalist Washington State Debate Tournament 3; Varsity Track 3, 4. BROWN, NANCY— Bible Club 1; Pep Club 2; F.H.A. 3. BUTLER, WARNER— Key Club 2, 3, 4; Mustang Staff 2 3, 4; International Relations Club 3; Track 3,4; Baseball 3,4. CAPPER, DANNY — Varsity Football 1, 2,4; Basketball J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3,4; Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; " The Male Animal,” 4. CAREY, JACKIE— Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 2, 3,4, Vice President 4; Lasso Staff 3; Dramatics Club 3,4; " The Male Animal” 4. CASE, LOIS — F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3; Lasso Staff 3; Mustang Staff 4; Keyette Club 4. COE, ROBERT — Key Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Literary Editor " Palette” 4; S.C.A. (Repre- sentative Assembly) 4. COHN, LARRY— J. V. Basketball 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Auto Hobby_ Club 3; International Relations Club 3; Varsity Track 3, 4. " COLBY, MARILYN — Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Lasso Staff 3,4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4, Vice President 4; Mustang Staff 4. COOPER, GEORGENE — Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4, Vice President 4; International Relations Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Hobby Club 3, President 3; Mustang Staff 4. COOPER, JO ANN — Hobby Club 3, Treasurer 3; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4, Vice President 3; Mustang Staff 4. DAVIS, WARREN — Treasurer of Class 2, 4; Track 2, 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Key Club 4. DOYLE, DAVID Band 1; Freshman Class Play 1; Spanish Club 2; Hot Rod Club 3. DRISKO, RICHARD — Class President 1; Varsity Football Team 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; International Relations Club 3; Spanish Club 3. FEAGIN, CRAWFORD — Lasso Staff 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4. FERGUSON, BOB — Varsity Track 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3; " Palette” Staff 3; International Relations Club 3. FOLEY, SHANNON— Girls Softball Team 1; School Band 1; Yearbook Club (Wakefield High) 2; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 3. GEBELIN, GINNY — French Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Girls Athletic Association 1, 2, 3; Dramatics Club 4; Literary Editor " Palette” 4. GIFFORD, ELLYN— J. V. Cheerleader 1, 2; Secretary of class 2; Virginia Girls State 3; President, National Honor Society 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4. GINN, JERRY — Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Club 3,4. GOGGIN, PATRICIA — Cheerleader 1 ; Attendant on Home- coming Court 3; Virginia Girls State 3; Charter Member Keyette Club 4; Mustang Staff 4. GOOD, HENRIETTA— Spanish Club 2; F.H.A. 2, 4; Lasso Staff 3; Pep Club 3; Mustang Staff 4. HAINES, LYNN — Vice President of Class 1; Varsity Baseball I, 2, 3; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain) 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HALL, CAROLYN — Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 2, 3, 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4; Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4; Dramatics Club 4. HANSF.N, GIL — Senior Dramatics Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4. Chanlain 4; President of S. C. A. 4; Literary Editor of " Palette” 4. HARRISON, JIM — J. V. Basketball 1; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4. HASKELL, LINDA — Glee Club 1, 3; International Relations Club 3; Mustang Staff 3, 4; Keyette Club 4; Senior Drama- tics Club 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, Director of " The Male Animal” 4. HEDETNIEMI, STEPHEN— Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4; Football Manager 2, Statistician 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; International Relations Club 3. HEDETNIEMI, TOM— Mustang Staff 3, 4; Lasso Staff 3, 4. Page 22 Senior Activities HENNIGER, CARLA— Art Staff " Palette” 4; Lasso Staff 4; Senior Dramatics Club 4; F.H.A. 4; Keyette Club 4. HUBBELL, DAVID — Lasso Staff 3, 4; " Palette” Staff 3, 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Mustang Staff 4. HULFISH, MARY— F.H.A. 1, 2; G.A.A. 2; Lasso Staff 3; Pep Club 3; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4. HUNT, SANDY — Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Drama- tics Club (Richard Montgomery High, Rockville, Maryland) 3, School Plays 2, 3; F.H.A. 4. JEFFREY, SARA- — Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, Drum Majorette 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; Charter Member Keyette Club, 4. JOHNSON, MARY LOU— F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 4; Lasso Staff 3, 4; International Relations Club 3; Mustang Staff 3, 4; Charter Member Keyette Club. KELLY, FRANK— Track 2, 3; J. V. Football 3. KILGORE, KATHY— F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Federation Historian 3; Mustang Staff 3, 4; Lasso Staff 3, 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4; S. C. A. Health, Safety, Welfare Chairman 4. KRAGES, TOSCA— Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2; Senior Dramatics Club 2, 3; Alternate Cheerleader 4. LAREW, KASHA — Lasso Staff 2; Spanish Club 2; Forensics 2, 3; Honor Society 3,4; " Penman’s Palette” Staff 3, 4, Art and Literary Editor 4. LUCAS, BETSY — Falls Church High School I, 2, 3; Senior Dramatics Club 4; Art Staff of " Palette” 4. LUNSON, BARBARA — J. V. Cheerleader 1; Lasso Staff 2; Senior Dramatics Club 3; International Relations Club 3; Mustang Staff 4. LUTZELMAN, KAY— Latin Club 1, 2, (Roosevelt High, Hawaii); Orchestra 3, 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4; Lasso Staff 4. MADDEN, LORETTA— F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Service Club 1; Lasso Staff 3. McMILLEN, KATHIE — Academy of Notre Dame 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Senior Dramatics Club 4. MOATS, RUTH ANN— Mt. Vernon High School 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hockey team 3; Senior Dramatics Club 4. MORRISON, MIKE — International Relations Club 3, 4; Hot Rod Club 3, 4. O’BANNON, DICK — International Relations Club 3, 4; Hot Rod Club 4. OLSEN, JERRY — Treasurer of Class 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. OTIS, LAURA — G.A.A. I, 2, President 2; Girls’ Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Keyette Club 4; F.H.A. 4. PAEZ, ADOLFO — Spanish Club 1, 2; International Relations Club 3. PALMER, TERP — Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Class President 2; Varsity Basketball 2; Vice President of S. C. A. 3. PETERSON, RAY — Varsity Baseball 1, 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Board of Directors 4. PHILLIPS, RODNEY— J. V. Basketball Team 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Treasurer and Secretary 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4. POWELL, CYNDIE — District Winner " Bla nd Memorial Con- test” 1; Band 2, 3, 4, Band Award 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4; " Palette” Staff 3. REIMERS, JOHN — Boy’s Hobby Club 1; International Rela- tions Club 3; Key Club 3, 4. REINECK, JOHN — Varsity Track 3, 4. RICH, JAMES — S. C. A. 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Boy’s State Representative 3; Key Club 4; Senior Dramatics Club 4. ROBERTS, MILTON — Varsity Football Manager 3. ROEDER, MARYBETH — Sweetheart Court 1 ; Charter Member Keyette Club 4, Recording Secretary 4; S. C. A. 4, Calendar Committee Chairman 4; Homecoming Court 4; Mustang Staff 4. ROIiLOFS, LARRY — Monitor Club 1, 2; Key Club 4; Mustang Staff 4; Science Club 4. ROGERS, KAY— G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 3; Glee Club 3; Lasso Staff 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4, " The Male Animal” 4. SANDIFER, VIRGINIA— Class Play 1, 2; Glee Club 4. SHAW, ROBERT — Senior Dramatics Club, Stage Manager Construction Chairman 3; Boy’s State 3; President of Class 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, President 4; Mustang Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Business Manager 4. SIMPSON, SKIP — Photography Club 1; Science Club 2; Hot Rod Club 3; Senior Dramatics Club 4. STAHL, LINDA — Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Lasso Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 3, Editor 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; S. C. A. 3, 4, Public Relations Chairman 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4, Corresponding Secretary 4. STEVENS, PATRICIA— G.A.A. 1, President 1; Varsity Cheerleader 3; Mustang Staff 3; Lasso Staff 3; Library Council 3, 4. STEPHENS, STEPHEN — " Palette” Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4, President 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. STETSON, JUDY — -Cheerleader 1, 4, J. V. 1, Varsity Captain 4; Varsity Basketball Team 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Queen 4; S. C. A. 4, Activities Chairman 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4, President 4. STRICKLER, CAROL — Band 1, 2; Pep Club 2; Inter- Scholastic League 3; Junior Class Play 3; Glee Club 3, 4. STUART, ROSALIE — Varsity Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court 2; Sweetheart Court 3; Varsity Basketball 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4. SWEET, JON — Photography Club 3, Vice President 3; Mustang Staff 3. TACKNEY, PETE — Mustang Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4, " The Man Who Came To Dinner” 3; International Relations Club 3, 4; National Merit Scholarship Runner-up 4. TANNER, JIM — International Relations Club 3; Key Club 3, 4; Mustang Staff 3,4; Lasso Staff 3, 4; Sports Editor 4. TATE, NANCY— S. C. A. 1; Volley Ball 1; Glee Club I, 2; International Relations Club 3. THACKREY, JANET — F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, Reporter 4; Mustang Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; Lasso Staff 3, Copy Editor 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Charter Member Keyette Club 4, Chaplain 4. TIMKOVSKY, SERGEI — " Our Town” 1; " The Male Animal” 4; Senior Dramatics Club 4; " Palette” Staff 4; Science Club 4. WALTERS, NEAL — International Relations Club 3; Science Club 3; Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4; " Palette” Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 4; Key Club 3, 4. WEBSTER, THOMAS— Band 1, 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Vice President Class 3; Varsity Football 3, 4. WEEDE, DICK — Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 1 — Carlisle, Pa., 2 — Quantico, Va.; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, President 4. WHITE, TED — Male lead in " The Male Animal” 4; Senior Dramatics Club 4; Layout Editor " Palette” Staff 4; Science Club 4. WHITESIDE, DALE— Junior Honor Society (Fairfax High) 1 ; S. C. A. (Fairfax High) 2; Lasso Staff 3; Senior Dramatics Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Key Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. WOLFGANG, JOHN — Photography Club 1; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball Manager 3; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Football Manager 4. WHALEY, MARILYN— Chorus 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3, Vice President 3; Pep Club 3, 4, Vice President 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Secretary Girl’s Dorm 4. Page 23 Junior Class Officers Phil Geddes President Bill Czechanski Vice-President Kay Shamer Secretary Douglas Anderson Treasurer John Miller Sergeant-at-Arms Page 24 JUNIORS ADAMS, RODNEY ALLEN, KAY ANDERSON, DOUGLAS ANDERSON, GERALD ♦ BEARD, BILL BERRY, MARLYN BLOWERS, RUSTY BOLTON, CHARLES ♦ BROKKE, JIM BROWN, CHARLES CHARLTON, ROBERTA CHRISTENSEN, TOM ♦ CONNEALY, ANN CZECHANSKI, BILL DOTEN, ERIC DRAKE, BRIAN ERNST, JUDY EVANS, BOYD FARRIS, JIM FORSYTHE, DICK GARVEY, DENNIS GEDDES, PHIL GILBERT, JANE GOSNELL, RICHARD Page 2 5 JUN GRAY, PAUL GREER, GABRIEL GROFF, ROY HARMON, PAT ♦ HARRISON, ALICE HATCH, BRUCE HODGES, NED HOUGH, DAVE ♦ HOWARD, BOB HOWELL, LUCY KASPER, ]EAN KENNEY, WARREN ♦ LINDS PROM, CATHRYN MACHROWITZ, TOD MANFREDONIA, ARTHUR MASON, SCOTT ♦ McGAULEY, COLLEEN McMillan, john M cQUARY, CHIP MESSEC, DIANE ♦ MEYER, CHRIS MILES, JOHN MILLER, JOHN MODINE, KENT Page 26 IORS MOORE, BARBARA MOORE, PATRICIA MYERS, CIILOE OTTERSON, JACK ♦ PAEZ, PATSY PERRY, CAROL POND, JIM PORTER, ANITA ♦ PORTER, OWEN POTTER, JOHN RENN, ARNOLD RICHEY, ANN ♦ RITENOUR, KEN ROCKEY, MARY ROSENMAN, LONNY ROTHGEB, JIM ♦ RYAN, EDDIE SCHAFF, FRANK SHAMER, KAY SHUTTS, POWERS ♦ SMART, TERRY SMOOT, PAT SOTAK, LAURETTA STAPLETON, DANNY Page 27 JUNIORS STATHERS, GEORGE STRUSCH, MARGARET SULLIVAN, PAT TALBOT, KATHLEEN ♦ TIBBS, CAROLYN TOMPKINS, BETTY TRAPP, TONY TUNISON, KAY ♦ USHER, CAROLYN WALKER, HAZEL WALL, BARBARA WALLACE, KAY ♦ WALTER, RICHARD WELCH, RUTH W IGGINS, JOHN WOOD, CAROL YARGER, HAROLD Page 28 Sophomore Class Officers Sue Williams President Irvin Busbee Vice-President Tiana Gillespie Secretary Betsy O’Roark Treasurer Neal Monette Sergeant-at-Anns Page 29 SOPHO Abeel, Frank Abramson, Jackie Albright, Jean Appleby, Jack Arnold, Ann Beach, Nicky Becker, Robert Beeson, Larry Benn, David Benson, Bill Betters, Margaret Beverly, Richard Boone, Betty Boser, Nancy Brickman, Judith Brooke, Janet Browder, Betsy Brush, Frederick Buck, Patti Busbee, Inin Bushdid, Brenda Byrne, Jim Carpenter, Mai Carter, Marjorie Chambliss, Nicki Chandler, Chip Clatterbuck, Bob Clayton, Nelson Curtis, Tony Davis, Regina Dawson, Barry Dennis, John Disque, Ralph Doty, John Dunham, Elsie Jay Edwards, Nancy Ermerins, Jimmy Eleenor, Jeananne French, Eddie Fruland, Rod German, Eddy Gifford, Nash Page 30 vlORES Gillespie, Tiana Gilmore, Leslie Graham, Bill Hall, Nancy Hand, Leonard Hartman, Bill Hedetniemi, Joel Hedetniemi, John Helmuth, Zoe Hindmarsh, Margaret Hodges, Tony Horkan, Jack Horowitz, Emily Howard, Lee Howe, Donna Jackson, Tom Johnson, Barbara Kelley, Mary Louise Kilgore, Virginia Koelz, Kathryn Kunz, Jerry Lay, Carolyn Lewis, Anne Li, Edward Lind, Larry Lunson, Peggy Lvnskey, Janet Madden, Nancy Manly, Patt Manwaring, John McGonegal, Francis Meyer, Marian Miller, Ronnie Moats, Sue Monette, Neal O’Halloran, Mary Ruth O ' Roark, Betsy Persinger, Daniel Pickert, Margaret Pierce, Raiford Presnell, Roger Pritchard, Bill Page 3 1 SOPHOMORES Williamson, Roberta Wilson, Lawrence Yates, Jean Rees, Janet Richards, Donna Ricketts, Jim Rose, Carol Runge, Dick Runyon, Dan Rutter, Pat Sanford, Mary Jean Sandifer, Paul Sayers, Jerry Sims, Sandra Smith, Doug Sprinkle, JoAnne St. John, Jane Stattner, Sue Tackney, Margaret Tharp, Nancy Vandivere, Steven Varney, Tom Vining, Sherman Ward, Rebecca Warton, Gwen Wilkerson, Anne Williams, Sue Page 32 : Freshman Class Officers Jim Oliver Bill Hansen Emmagene McRae Barbara Puckett President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Page 55 I FRESH Akerman, Laura Archer, Muriel Bassett, Albert Beeson, Patricia Benn, Bonnie Berman, Allan Birdsong, Bill Bothell, Dona Brett, Tommy Briggs, Gary ' Brokke, Thomas Bronson, Kav Carrico, Beatrice Christensen, Sigrid Clark, David Cline, Carole Collins, Chris Crickmer, Barry Crowley, Tad Davis, Albert Day, Joanne Dillon, John Duke, George Ebert, Jim Farrell, Tom Finley, Mary Ann Foltz, John Foote, Toni Forsythe, Nancy Garvcr, Jack Gayer, Alan Gebeaux, Howard Gentry, Pat Glaser, Philip Govern, Frank Gray, Betty Greer, Bill Grenoble, Bill Guttridge, Jim Hampton, Janet Hanna, Vicki Hansen, Bill Page 34 MEN Harvey, Patricia Ilastie, Jane Hatch, Barbara Hausman, Karen Havnie, Robert Hignett, Lois Hollister, Melanie Howell, John Hoyle, Barbara I Jymers, Priscilla Jobin, Gary Johnson, Pat Koffman, B. E Kuritzky, Jack Laufman, Joan Lee, Miles Marr, Ralph Martin, Gary McCarraher, Jane McCurdy, Jouette McGinnis, Bill ' McMillen, Charles McRae, Emmagene Messec, Barbara Messick, Jane Michael, Joanna Moffatt, Albert Murphy, Priscilla Neuberg, Clare Newell, Carolyn Nichols, Gail Nicholson, Donald Oliver, James Parker, Barbara Parker, Shirley Portch, Barbara Price, Pat Puckett, Barbara Racey, Barbara Rains, Caryl Ramsey, Margie Rees, Julie Page 3 5 FRESHMEN Reid, Barbara Rich, Margaret Rix, Leon Roelofs, Carol Rovston, Judith Sayers, Leonard Schafer, Audrey Schaff, Lindsay Schleeper, Jim Schutte, Fred Scott, Jim Scrivner, Sue Sides, Elizabeth Simon, Edward Simpson, Helen Stagner, Rhett Stowell, Delores Strople, Patricia Talbot, Kevin Tasker, Virginia Thomas, Ian Thompson, Richard Thrailkill, Charles Vandivere, Leonard Vaughan, Ginny Vick, Jack Vining, Sharon Wall, Judy Walsh, Dorothy Ward, Sandy Washburn, Jerry Waters, Charles Watson, Jackie Whiteside, Frank Wiggins, James Wood, Court Page 3 6 Eighth Grade Class Officers Laura Carlo Sandy Coward Jane Whitfield Oma Gifford President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Page 37 EIGHTH Ames, Pamela Bechtholdt, David Berm, Martha Bolser, Beverly Brown, Norma Caldwell, Gail Campbell, Bill Cannon, John Carlo, Laura Carlson, Willard Case, Evelyn Chandler, Penny Cheatham, Larry Clarke, John Clarke, Nat Clewlow, Carl Cline, John Connealy, Ross Copperthite, Joan Coward, Asbury Creed, Donald Crismond, Larry Daugherty, Douglas Davis, Catherine Dresser, Paul Edner, John Edwards, Martha Epstein, Jim Estes, Je an Evers, Ronald Ferrell, Kay Foster, James Fouche, Tom Fowler, Dennis Fraleigh, Peter Erase, Mary Frassrand, Linda Frye, Royce Fullerton, Greer Fulton, Chris Gaida, Joseph Gendell, Jim Gifford, Oma Gifford, Sharon Gilmore, Virginia Goldberg, Rita Grace, Carol Green, Henry Page 38 GRADE Green, Jon Grundmeyer, Candice Gugel, Fred Hailey, Charles Hanna, Larry Harper, Earl Hansen, Judy Havener, Steward Hawes, Sandra Hayes, Alice Ileil, George Hindmarsh, Alan Hodges, Bill Hovey-King, Nancy Howard, Dick Howard, Prue Howell, Judy Hunt, Midge Jacobson, Naomi Jeffrey, Richard Johnson, Mary Johnston, Gerald Kaufman, Joe Keach, Tommy Kelly, Mike Kent, John King, Karla Klein, Perry Lark, Bob Lay, Pat Layman, James Lehman, Bruce Levin, Susan Lowrv, Robert Lucas, Alex Lyons, Mary Mahan, Ray Maratea, Barbara McCoy, Fred McDavid, Andrew McGillis, John McGintv, Doug Meyer, Pete Miller, Sue Miller, Suellen Minnick, Charles Monroe, Jack Musser, Jean Page 19 EIGHTH GRADE Neubeck, Kenneth O’Halloran, Margaret Oliver, Nancy Palmer, Larry Pavne, Kirk Pearson, Graham Pennington, Robert Perry, Wilson Pickert, Harriet Porch, Jack Renn, Michael Richards, Anne Richey, Betty Rhoads, Lee Rocder, Bud Rothgeb, Bruce Royston, Sandy Rudell, Mike Russell, Ronnie Saintsing, Barbara Sevmour, Diane Schnieder, B. D. Simon, John Simpson, Tommy Sisler, Ed Shields, Merrill Shreve, Bill Smith, Bill Stathers, Sue Steiner, Allan Stetson, Gail Stone, John Strauss, Karen Sorensen, David Sullivan, Kenneth Svvarthout, John Thompson, Kenneth Tyler, John Van Domelen, John Yiar, Roy Wallingford, Diane Walter, Clair Walter, Pat Webster, Pat Weitz, George Whitesell, Carol Whitfield, Jane Yarger, Alvin Seventh Grade Class Officers Thomas Johnson Elizabeth Brown Ridgely Rider Linda Blahorn President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Page 41 SEVENTH Ahola, Tuevo Akerman, Emily Alexander, Nikki Andrews, W arren Appleby, Jim Armstrong, Grant Bassett, Connie Banks, Wilson Beach, Christina Beach, Linda Betters, Nancy Bolton, Bob Boston, Barbara Brett, Robert Brickman, David Bronson, Ann Brown, Betty Brown, Claire Brush, Bill Bulwinkle, Mandy Buntenbah, Jon Burrus, Diana Busbee, Howard Bushdid, Alma Campbell, George Charles, John Chew, Melanie Christensen, Peter Clark, Pamela Clearman, Joan Connor, Pat Crane, Lynne Creasy, Eddie Crouch, Betty Culbertson, Stephen David, Michael Delaney, Michael Dump, Elizabeth Dyhrmann, Judy Farrell, David Fischer, Judy Fletcher, Barbara Fox, Pattie Furbee, Jean Gaseau, Nadine Gebeaux, Robert Grenoble, Richard Griffin, Patsy Page 42 GRADE Hagood, Ann Hampton, Jean Harp, Ed Harrison, Eugene Hastie, David Havens, Mike I lereford, Douglas Herway, Mike Hidalgo, Pete Hillier, Janet Hough, Steve Howard, Patricia Howard, Hugh Howell, Bobby Jelley, Annetta Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Carol Johnson, Janice Johnson, Tommy Kellman, Dorothy Kerr, Kathy Koenigsberger, Tamarra Kraft, Elizabeth Kunz, Barbara Lawhorn, Linda Lee, Timothy Lindstrom, Kenneth Llewellyn, Rhys Lloyd, Dorothy Louden, Kenneth Marr, Nancy Matisak, Carol McAfee, Ellen McCallum, Barbara McDowell, John McGonegal, John Medinger, Elise Mitchell, Nadine Moffatt, Danny Oglesby, Jim Payne, Buddy Pennington, Katherine Persinger, Joe Porter, Patricia Post, Carolee Presnell, Ronnie Register, Mary Rhodes, Jim Page 45 SEVENTH GRADE Rice, John Richardson, Dale Rider, Ridgelv Ritenour, Wavne Rocca, Gordon Sawyer, Deborah Sayers, Paul Schneidewind, Sandy Schwent, Kathlyn Scrivner, Linda Shannon, Nancy Shealv, Carroll Simmons, Glenn Smith, Bruce Snell, Gerry Sprinkle, Warren Steadman, Bevan Stuart, Carolyn Sullivan, Herbert Swing, Meredith Tasker, Douglas Thomas, Donald Thrailkill, Dickie Timkovsky, Kyra Toregas, George Wagner, David Walpole, Mike Weed, Judith Weigel, Susan Welch, Helen West, William Whitfield, Kathleen Williams, Bobby Willink, Anca Wilson, Judy Wilson, Nancy Wright, Bonnie Wright, David Wright, Harry Wright, Tony Woodward, Billie Zcigler, John Page 44 c7 ie Sjo tllalxt S lunt«$ On . . . n ii n it " i i -j i 2 n a _j j i j J 2 ’ » | 0%, _ ' -Yi Ray Peterson tackled after 10-yard gain in Loudoun game. Football Practice Page 46 Fourth row: Mr. Crain, Coach; Mr. Christie, Backfield Coach; D. Capper, J. Potter, W. Davis, J. Miles, K. Modine, L. Siedel. Third row: J. Harrison, D. Weede, T. Webster, P. Geddes, R. Blowers, J. Ginn, C. McQuary, J. Wolfgang, Manager. Second row: R. Jeffrey, Man- ager; H. Dizel, B. Czechanski, R. Phillips, P. Shutts, D. Hockman, L. Taylor, J. Miller, R. Peterson. First row: L. Palmer, Manager; J. Wiggins, J. Rich, R. Fruland, C. Brown, J. Olsen, T. Palmer, L. Haines, Captain; F. McGonegal, Manager. Varsi ty George Mason 0 George Mason 7 George Mason 20 George Mason 27 George Mason 6 George Mason 12 George Mason 14 George Mason 6 Football Herndon 0 Loudoun 6 Richard Montgomery 0 High Point 14 Osbourn 7 Gar-Field 15 McLean 7 Falls Church 6 George Mason-Falls Church Thanksgiving game. Second row: Mr. Crain, Coach; J. Miles, E. Ryan, D. Weede, J. Rothgeb, C. Brown, J. Wolfgang, Manager. First row: K. Modine, N. Monette, D. Anderson, D. Capper, T. Machrowitz, J. Ricketts. Varsity Basketball George Mason 51 Fairfax 65 George Mason 51 Falls Church 72 George Mason 55 Wakefield 65 George Mason . 57 Osbourn 60 George Mason 51 Marshall 49 George Mason 65 Gar Field 50 George Mason 49 Nokesville 59 George Mason 66 Loudoun 65 George Mason 58 Warrenton 56 George Mason 68 Gar Field 49 George Mason 80 Rappahannock 45 George Mason 74 Osbourn 82 George Mason 69 Loudoun 66 George Mason 75 Nokesville 56 George Mason 64 Warrenton 52 George Mason 56 Herndon 75 TOURNAMENT George Mason 72 Osbourn 59 George Mason 71 Herndon 85 Dick Weede in game with Warrenton. Page 47 Second row: Miss Cockrill, Coach; E. Gifford, Manager; M. Colby, Assistant Captain; J. Kasper, P. Gentry, R. Stuart, S. Jeffrey, Captain ; A. Harrison, M. Roeder, Scorekeeper; P. Goggin, Scorekeeper. First row: K. Allen, P. Sullivan, C. Rose, J. Lauf- nian, L. Otis, N. Chambliss, C. Hall. Not pictured: K. Shamer. Girls Varsity Basketball George Mason . . . .33 Marshall . . . . 32 George Mason . . .. .. 37 Rappahannock . . . . ... 29 George Mason . . . .28 Garfield . ... 50 George Mason . . . . . .35 Osbourn . . . .33 George Mason . . . .46 Nokesville . . . .57 George Mason . .... 24 Loudoun County . . . ... 38 George Mason . . . .26 Loudoun County . . . . 34 George Mason . . . . . .43 Warrenton . . .31 George Mason . . . . . . . .52 Warrenton . . .34 George Mason . . .... 49 Herndon . . .54 Guards Laura Otis and Marilyn Colby in action against Warrcnton. Forward Carol Rose in Warrcnton game. Laura Otis guards Garfield girl. Page 48 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL First tow: F. Whiteside, B. Birdsong, B. D. Schneider, D. Howard, C. Fulton, J. Johnston, J. Kuritzky. Second row: T. Palmer, Line Coach; Mr. Hinkle, Coach: R. Stogner, F. Atwell, J. Wiggins, R. Marr, G. Duke, A. Gayer, D. McGinty, D. Smith. Third row: A. Davis, E. German, J. Thompson, J. Portch, J. Iledetniemi, J. Doty, T. Varney, F. Govern, B. Roeder, Manager; B. Hansen, Man- ager. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First row: R. Fruland, A. Berman, T. Hodges, B. Benson, L. Hand, D. Smith, A. Davis. Second row: Mr. Rockwell, Coach; J. Oliver, D. Cohn, J. Kuritzky, J. Hedetniemi, B. Hansen, T. Brokke. 7th-8th GRADE BASKETBALL First row: R. Connealy, J. Gendell, T. Keach, K. Chick, B. Roeder, J. Gaida. Second row: Mr. Christie Coach; A. Yarger, B. Rothgeb, P. Dresser, B. Hodges, A. Coward, D. Sissler. Page 49 Front tow: J. Wolfgang, Manager; J, Ebert, J. Harrison, S. Hedetniemi, R. Phillips, E. Harrison, Manager. Second row: B. Campbell, Manager; D. Smith, J. Ginn, J. Hedetniemi, N. Monette, J. Ricketts, C. Brown. Last row: Mr. Christy, Coach; J. Vick, D. Hockman, J. Rothgeb, D. Weede, E. Ryan, B. Hatch, Mr. Weaver, Coach. V A R S I T Y T R A C K First row: Mr. Scanga, Coach; R. Marr, P. Slmtts, K. Modine, J. Miles, L. Beeson, E. German, J. Hedetniemi. Second row: W. Davis, W. Butler, T. Palmer, N. Walters, R. Peterson, D. Capper, 11. Bronson, T. Hodges. Third row: R. Becker, II. Yarger, T. Hedetniemi, L. Cohn, T. Webster, J. Olsen, ]. Tanner, A. Davis. Last row: L. Palmer, Manager; R. Stapleton, D. Bcnn, B. Benson, J. Appleby, M. Lee, II. Gebeaux, J. Kuritzky, T. Curtis. Page 50 Front row: Colby, Kasper, Schafer, Puckett, Hall. Second row: Jeffrey, Stuart, Gentry, Chambliss, Tunison, Charlton. Last row: Gillespie, Rose, Kilgore, Gebelin. VARSITY TENNIS Front row: Clayton, Fruland, Pierce. Back row: Stephens; Mr. DePas- quale, Coach; Doten. Not pictured: Coe, Hodges. Page 5 1 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Judy Stetson, Captain; Barbara Moore, Co-Captain; Chris Meyer, Sue Anita Porter, Jean Yates. ADERS ldmarsh. Captain; Tiana Gillc- ly Horowitz, Co-Captain; Judy Bonnie Benn, Barbara Puckett. I v. 7th and 8th GRADE CHEERLEADERS Jane Whitfield, Co-Captain; Anne Richards, Pat Webster, Sandy Royston, Captain; Nancy Oliver, Nadine Gasscau. Page 52 c7 ic cVpo L liAjI l « S lu u s On . , , 3:10 A.M.: Judy rehearses for the ’Fantastic Follies. ' 8:1 1 A.M.: Judy Stetson to her homeroom. 9:04 A M.: Ooh! What a geometry problem. ? P.M.: Judy chots with Terp Palmer in Howard Johnson s. 3:32 P.M.: As captain of the cheerleaders, Judy has o big job to do. 8:12 A.M.: Jim Tanner walks merrily to his homeroom. 9:16 A.M.: By this time he is slaving awoy in typing class. 2:52 P.M.: Star reporter Tanner writes roundup of sports news for " Lasso. " 17 Bob Shaw instructs Homecoming Court. Our Homecoming Queen Judy Stetson rootDaii captain Lynn names crowns Homecoming Queen. Action in Gar-Field Game. Varsity Cheerleader Sue Williams. Osbourn burns at Pep Rally. Bronson and Harrison down McLean ballcarrier. The Football Award Winners. BNwP “Triple Trio Plus Four. " Our Varsity? Where ' s the Ball!! Forward Kay Allen in Osbourn Game Two illustrious student basketball players Phil Geddcs and Tom Webster. Last Yeor ' s Queen Jo Watkins Crowns Queen Rosalie Stuart. Chief Howe shows how. Hot Music? Industrious? Dancing at lunch. Here Comes Santa Claus. Peterson wins the 100 yd. dash at Star Games. The Administration? Home from Williamsburg. Wait till next year: Sophomore Paper Drive. JJc omecomm C ourt First row: Ridgely Rider, Crovrii Bearer: Billy Ferguson, Jane Whitfield. Second row: Judv Wall, Sue Williams, Sara Jeffrey, OUEEN Judy Stetson, Marybeth Roeder, Barbara Wall. Page 60 STUDENT COUNCIL Gil Hansen. President John Wiggins First Vice-President Alan Gayer Second Vice-President Corky Feagin Secretary Tony Hodges Treasurer Bob Shaw District Representative “Activities” “Health, Safety and Welfare” Judy Stetson Kathy Kilgore Bonnie Benn Bud Roeder “ Public Relations” “Calendar” Linda Stahl Mary Beth Roeder Pat Harvey Judy Wall PRESIDENTS ' COUNCIL First row: Laura Carlo — 8th, Alan Gaver — Second Vice- President, John Wiggins — First Vice-President, Sue Williams— 10th. Second row: Jim Oliver — 9th, Phil Geddes — lltli. Bob Shaw — 12th. Not pictured: Tommy Johnson — 7th. REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY First row: C. Tibbs, J. Thackrey, R. Peterson, G. Hansen, R. Coe, C. Meyer, J. Miles, B. Czech- anski. Second row: T. Foote, M. Sandford, J. Abramson, E. Horowitz, P. Price, J. Scott, J. Swartwout. Pliird row: M. David, P. Hidalgo, J. Rice, O. Gifford, B. Hodges, D. Becktholdt, C. Stuart, 1,. Crain. Page 62 First row . Mr. Anthony DePasquale, Treasurer; Mrs. ayne Daugherty, Secretary; Mr. Ed. Becker, President ; Mrs. George Stathers, Second Vice-President; Mr. G. E. Cooper, First Vice-President. Second row: Dr. John R. Miles, Mrs. John Shields, Mrs. Leon McCurdy, Mrs. Jefferson Feagin, Mrs. David McAfee, Mr. William Snodgrass. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First row: C. Feagin, G. Hansen, S. Hedetniemi, Treasurer; N. Walters, Vice-President; E. Gif- ford, President; C. Hall, Secretary; J. Thackrey, L. Stahl. Second row: Mr. Ritzman, Sponsor; R. Coe, P. Tackney, S. Stephens, K. Larew. Page 63 |K ft - :: ...... fk 2 o|j if f? u ■t " A t ' Jf, ! SENIOR DRAMATICS CLUB First row: N. Tharp, K. Kilgore, D. Capper, T. White, N. Monette, A. Richey, G. Greer, A. Connealy, R. Runge, L. Gilmore, J. Albright, M. Carpenter. Second row: T. Gillespie, C. Powell, K. Tunison, D. Whiteside, Treasurer; S. Stephens, President; G. Cooper, Vice-President; L. Haskell, Corresponding Secretary; C. Feagin, Recording Secretary; M. Rockey, C. Lindstrom, B. Lucas, J. Fleenor, Miss March, Sponsor. Third row: Z. Helmuth, C. Rose, S. Moats, K. Koelz, S. Sims, C. Hall, P. Moore, E. Gifford, G. Gebelin, K. McMillan, K. Lutzelman, V. Kilgore, R. Moats, A. Arnold, J. Abramson, B. Simpson. Fourth row: D. Hubbell, T. Becker, C. Lav, S. Williams, C. Meyers, J. Yates, P. Paez, C. Henniger, J. Cooper, M. Huffish, K. Rogers, J. Carey, R. Davis, P. Buck. “The Male Animal ' ' “No, Tommy, Fin going away with Joe.” The Cast Page 64 JUNIOR DRAMATICS CLUB First row: G. Armstrong, B. Greer, M. Lee, H. Gebeaux, M. Frase, P. Hvmers, C. Cline, P. Howard, P. Gentry, B. Fletcher, J. Fischer, J. McCurdy, P. Strople, M. Rich, F. Whiteside. Second row: K. Hausman, J. Watson, K. Schwent, A. Jelley, P. Lay, Treasurer; J. Whit- field, Secretary; J. Oliver, President; P. Harvey, Vice-President ; C. Neuberg, T. Foote, G. Vaughan. Third row: ). Garver, P. Johnson, T. Keach, N. Jacobson, S. Levin, P. Walter, P. Web- ster, S. Miller, M. Shields, L. Carlo, C. Newell, B. McCallum, D. Lloyd, J. John- son, N. Alexander, E. Akerman, M. Register, D. Sevmour, B. Johnson, B. Brown, J. Porch, E. Medinger. Fourth row: Mr. Maher, Sponsor; W. Howard, B. Brush, T. Ahola, P. Dresser, R. Con- nealv, J. Johnston, B. Hodges, A. Yarger, B. Hansen, H. Green, R. Lowry, A. Hind- marsh, J. Rice, M. Herway, J. Gaida, J. Swartwout, A. Gayer. “The Man Who Found a King ” Edna and Ira The Cast Page 6 5 OFFICERS Bob Shaw President Tom Webster Vice-President Dale Whiteside Secreta r Steve Hedetniemi Treasurer T om Berry Governor Capital District Bill Czechanski L t. Governor Junior Director, 10th Division Ray Peterson Sergeant-at-Arms Gil Hansen Chaplain Kent Modine Director-at-Large Warner Butler Senior Director David Benn Sophomore Director KEY CLUB First row: J. Olsen, J. Reimers, G. Hansen, S. Hedetniemi, D. Whiteside, B. Shaw, T. Webster, . Butler, 1’. Berry, R. Peterson. Second row: Mr. Snodgrass, Sponsor; J. Wiggins, C. Brown, ]. Potter, J. Rich, J. Miles, B. Czechanski, D. Capper, J. Tanner, S. Mason, Mr. Whittle, Kiwanis Advisor. Third row: J. Miller, K. Modine, D. Weede, P. Geddes, D. Anderson, N. Walters, R. Blowers, R. Walter, O. Porter, R. Coe. Fourth row: E. Li, E. German, D. Benn, T. Hodges, I. Busbce, J. Hedetniemi. Not pictured: D. Hubbell, ). Wolfgang, W. Davis. Page 66 OFFICERS Judy Stetson. President Marilyn Colby Vice-President Marybeth Roeder Recording Secy. Linda Stahl Corresponding Secy. Carolyn Hall Treasurer Janet Tiiackrey Chaplain Pat Goggin Historian Ellyn Gifford Senior Director Carolyn Tibbs Junior Director Margaret Hindmarsh — Sophomore Director Mrs. Lanier Sponsor KEYETTE CLUB First row: Mrs. Lanier, E. Gifford, C. Hall, M. Roeder, M. Colby, J. Stetson. L. Stahl, P. Goggin, J. Thackrey. Second row: M. Rockey, L. Otis, C. Henniger, L. Case, R. Stuart. L. Haskell. J. Kasper, S. Jeffrey, C. Tibbs. Third row: C. Feagin, M. Hindmarsh, B. Moore, K. Shamcr, K. Kilgore, M. Johnson. Page 67 I I GEORGE MASON BAND First row: S. Hawes, P. Lay, C. Roelofs, L. Stahl, T. Gillespie, S. Jeffrey, J. Brooke. Second row: E. Li, H. Gebeaux, M. Frase, M. Lee, J. Tyler, J. Olsen, G. Duke, L. Gilmore, C. Whitesell, B. Fletcher, M. Rich, G. Vaughan, K. Kraft, C. Powell, J. Michael. Third row: J. Miles, R. Walter. S. Moats, B. Hansen, E. McAfee, M. Pickert, A. Steiner, J. Hillier, D. Smith, D. Capper, B. Czechanski, P. Cline, K. Louden, L. Wilson, B. Lehman, R. Mahan, A. Gayer. Fourth row: J. Weed, R. Connealy, D. Alligood, J. Persinger, H. Busbee, J. Kaufman, J. Howell, J. McDowell, B. Williams, V. Gilmore, S. Hough, N. Clayton, B. Lark, G. Fullerton, R. Jeffrey, I. Busbee, L. Crismond, J. Scott, D. flereford, L. Rhodes, J. Zeigler, M. Renn. Fifth row: Dr. Scholl, Director; J. Kuritskv, L. Rix, G. Pearson, L. Palmer, T. Lee, G. Hansen, T. Christensen, T. Simpson. GEORGE MASON ORCHESTRA Mr. Dashoff, Director First row: G. Cooper, P. Price, H. Gebeaux, E. McAfee, D. Runge, L. Rix, K. Sullivan, K. Lutzelman. Second row: G. Nichols, K. Koelz, C. Powell, G. Vaughan, M. Rich, B. Williams, N. Clayton, R. Mahan, A. Gayer, L. Crismond, J. Scott, J. Cooper, A. Jellcv, R. Rider. Third row: J. Kuritzkv, T. Christensen. Page 68 GLEE CLUB First row: C. Stricklcr, T. Krages, K. Tunison, S. Hunt, B. Hoyle, M. O’Halloran, M. Archer, L. Akerman. Second row: Mrs. Broden, Sponsor; B. Thompson, J. Fleenor, M. Hindmarsh, A. Richey, A. Arnold, J. Roy- ston, N. Tharp, P. Murphy, M. Rich. Third row: J. Applebv, J. Watson, B. Bushdid, G. War- ton, P. Buck, T. Foote, C. Newell, P. Johnson, G. Nichols, J. Scott. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Composed of interested Juniors and Seniors OFFICERS Jo Ann Cooper President Jean Kasper Vice-President Georgene Cooper Treasurer Steve Stephens, Rob Coe Executive Committee EUGLENOID (Biology) CLUB Third row: T. Becker, M. Carpenter, R. Pierce, I. Busbee, D. Runge, P. Sandifer, B. Pritchard, J, Ermerins, R. Fruland. Second row: J. Albright, M. Sandford, S. Sims, K. Koelz, P. Rutter, J. Abramson, N. Clayton, T. Hodges, Presi- dent; Mrs. Armstrong, Sponsor. First row: J. Brickman, A. Lewis, P. Manly, Secretary- Treasurer; L. Manwaring, Vice-President; B. Graham, Chip Chandler, J. St. John. SCIENCE CLUB Third row: G. Snell, B. Coffman, P. Glaser. Second row: J. Persinger, J. Oglesby, I. Thomas, D. Nickolson, A. Hindmarsh, J. McMillan, J. Wolfgang, R. Grenoble, G. Briggs, D. Wallingford. First row. B. Grenoble, J. Dillon, B. Crickmer, R. Coe. S. Stevens, T. White, B. Pritchard, L. Lynn, D. Persinger. Page 69 Linda Stahl Editor Corky Feagin Managing Editor Gaby Greer, Barbara Moore Specialties Editors Dave Hubbell Art and Features Editor Jim Tanner Sports Editor Bill Graham Photographer First row: S. Sims, A. Richey, K. Wallace, N. Edwards, L. Akerman, N. Tharpc, M. Bern,-, P. Moore. Second row: M. Colby, M. Johnson, J. Stetson, C. Meyer, C. Ilcnniger, K. Kilgore, M. Rockey, P. Betters, J. Abramson, J. Fleenor, G. Cooper. Third row: R. Becker, M. Carpenter, E. Doten, O. Porter, W. Davis, T. Hcdetniemi. D. Hough, I. Busbee, B. Roeder, J. Simon. Page 70 Co-Editors Janet Thackrey, Pete Tackney Business Manager Bob Shaw Bookkeeper Tom Hedetniemi Assistant Editors — Kathy Kilgore, Kathleen Talbot. Mary Lou Johnson Artist Dave Hubbell First row: K. Kilgore, S. Jeffrey, L. Haskell. Second row: M. Strusch, K. Talbot, J. Cooper, B. Shaw, J. Thackrey, P. Tackney, M. Johnson, M. Roeder, B. Moore, P. Goggin. Third row: I. Busbee, O. Porter, K. W allace, B. Graham, K. Shamer, L. Case, M. Rockev, H. Good, M. Colby, G. Cooper, D. Hubbell, T. Hodges. Fourth row: R. Groff, R. Becker, M. Carpenter, D. Benn, T. Hedetniemi, R. Coe, S. Timkovsky, T. Bern ' , J. Tanner, W r . Butler. Page 71 Editor Assistant Editor Layout Editor Art Editor Business Manager Circulation Chairman Printer Steve Stephens . Carolyn Tibbs Ted White Kasha Larew Neal Walters Sergei Timkovsky Dale Whiteside First row: R. Coc, T. White, C. Tibbs, S. Stephens, K. Larew, G. Hansen, G. Gebelin. Second row: Miss March, Sponsor; E. Gifford, J. Abramson, C. Henniger, D. Hubbcll, P. Anderson, C. Hall, P. Goggin, B. Lucas. Third row: D. Howard, S. Timkovsky, N. Walters, C. McQuary, D. Whiteside, P. Glaser. Page 72 F. H. A. OFFICERS Mary Lou Johnson Jackie Carey Kathy Kilgore Mary Ruth O’IIalloran Janet Thackrey Hazel Walker. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Historian Back row: Miss Crocker, Sponsor; S. Hunt, II. Good, L. Case, K. Talbot, L. Otis, C. Henniger, C. Linstrom, C. Tibbs, S. Foley, Mrs. Lockowandt, Sponsor. Front row: J. Gilbert, II. Walker, J. Carey, J. Thackrey, M. L. Johnson, K. Kilgore, L. Stahl, M. O’Halloran, P. Johnson, D. Bothell. Federation President, Linda Staid, instructs in pie-making. Preparing for Mac Dav Page 73 Compliments of Thomas G. East-ham Jails dhurcL (1 0 PETER PAN 5c and 10c STORE jewelers 100 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 4-2300 Jewelry Repair Engraving 1065 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia PAGE-HUGHES BUICK, INC. 621 Arlington Boulevard (At Annandale Road) JE 4-3674 Falls Church, Virginia Phone JE 3-9700 Compliments of BELL =0= TV Northern Virginia Hardware Co. 1107 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-1723 Phone JE 2-2800 Colorizer Paints In 1900 Colors Men ' s (Morti Sdiop JE 2-1100 V r 228 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Bicycles and Bicycle Repairing Seed — Garden Supplies House Furnishings Plumbing and Electrical Supplies 1049 W. Broad Street West Falls Church, Virginia Page 74 M. R. REYNOLDS COMPANY " In Willston Shopping Center” Complete Real Estate Service Office JE 4-4660 When friends or relatives come to visit and you can- not put them up We Will! Hillwood Motor Court " 7 Corners” Falls Church Virginia JE 4-2005 Air Conditioned TV and Phone DEHUMIDIFICATION i HUMIDIFICATION Inc. ENGINEERS AND MANUFACTURERS 1109 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 3-9600 the Foxes School of Music and Dance 398 S. Washington Street, Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-9300 DANCE STUDIO MUSIC STUDIO MUSIC STORE KING-KERLEY Dry Cleaners and Launderers 444 South Washington Street Phone JE 2-1713 Falls Church, Virginia Page 7 5 ( CCO) McDaniel ' s Esso Service Center SERV-ALL CLEANERS 107 East Broad Street SHOE REPAIR JE 2-5110 Falls Church, Virginia FRIENDLY SERVICE Gas — Oils — Lubrication 835 W. Broad Street Phone: JE 2-2127 WALLACE and MONROE PHARMACY 438 South Washington Street (Lee Highway) 234 West Broad Street JE 2-2966 Falls Church, Va. Compliments of JIM HOLLINS ASK-US REALTY COMPANY G. C. HERTZ, Proprietor 4350 Lee Highway, Arlington, Virginia SALES, RENTALS, MANAGEMENT, INSURANCE, LOANS ARRANGED Telephones: JA 8-1252; JA 7-2659 JaKd Church Jlorist JE 3-1334 721 South Washington Street Falls Church, Virginia MERES HAIRDRESSER Hair Cutting Stylists Permanent Wave Experts Color Artists JE 2-0323 232 West Broad St. Falls Church, Virginia ORRISON FUEL OIL Incorporated Fuel Oil — Oil Burners Oil Burner Service JE 2-2573 1219 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Compliments of THE ALMA SHOPS Falls Church Arlington Virginia Page 76 -j-y. Phone JE 2-9580 V ; ELp WOLCOTT ' S v CDftmi rH Shell Service Center R0AD SERV,CE Washing and Polishing Minor Repairs 1100 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia DON ' S GUN SHOP — Modern and Antique — BOUGHT SOLD TRADED Fishing Tackle Archery Gun Repairs Gun Sales JE 4-5298 126 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Compliments of M. E. CHURCH 115 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-1239 ARRINGTON CLEANERS Vienna, Virginia 4-HOUR LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING Phone DU 5-9010 STANLEY R. ROWLAND COMPANY, INC. REALTORS 120 East Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 3-3333 Falls Church Bank Falls Church, Virginia Three Convenient Locations Washington and Broad Streets (Main Office) Branch — 1075 W. Broad Street Branch — 6813 Lee Highway " SAVE WITH US FOR THE FUTURE " Phone JE 4-4000 Large Parking Facilities Compliments of FAIRFAX GLASS COMPANY Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-4429 Surplus Nylon and Manila Rope, Canvas, Tools, Webbing, Clothing, Boots, Foam Rubber, Power Cords, Wire and Sleeping Bags. FALLS CHURCH SURPLUS SALES 588 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-2922 — JE 3-744 7 Rifles Bought Pistols Sold Shotguns Traded DAVIS GUN SHOP 839 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Virginia FRED DAVIS, JR. Compliments of TEDDY BEAR Coffee Shop 124 N. Washington St. Falls Church, Virginia Page 77 Get the best, get TRADE MARK ICE CREAM Soon to be serving you . . . your family and your home — in the best possible ivay The Woodward Lothrop Seven Corners Store is the fifth and largest of our suburban stores, and is to be the largest single unit in the Seven Corners Shopping Center. The store is scheduled to open late in August, 1956. The Woodward Lothrop Seven Corners Store entrance which opens onto Route 7. Compliments of GRIFFITH-CONSUMERS COMPANY Telephone ME 8-4840 COAL — FUEL — OIL BURNERS DEPENDABLE HEATING SPECIALISTS l’agc 78 Herff-Jones Company Manufacturers of George Mason High School Announcements and Cards Virginia Representative JAMES L. DECK 300 E. Main Street Richmond 19, Virginia Compliments of cSKo The Washington W. Y. BENSON Area ' s Building Most Powerful Contractor Independent JE 2-2194 °U WEAM NALLS GARAGE Always Buy the Best ONE HOUR HARRY W. NALLS General Repairing Thompson’s Honor CLOTHES CLINIC 551 N. Washington Street Dairy 1 Hour Service at No Extra Charge Falls Church, Va. DE 2-1400 Pimmit Hills Phones: JE 2-2100 JE 2-2101 Founded at Hollin Hall, Va. — 1881 Shopping Center Compliments of A FRIEND Page 79 Homes - Lots - Farms Property Management - Rentals Auto - Fire - Life Insurance Service C. M. HAILEY REAL ESTATE BUILDER 3 INSUROR Multiple Listing Realtor Office JE 2-7944 JE 4-4677 126 E. Broad Street Res. JE 3-7989 Falls Church, Va. ROBERTSON ' S 5c 10c STORE School Supplies, Cosmetics, Toys Falls Church Arlington, Virginia Compliments of CARL A. MARSHALL Attorney at Law FALLS CHURCH DRUG STORE " At the T raffic Light” Falls Church, Va. JE 2-1275 JE 2-2575 Compliments of FALLS CHURCH DEPARTMENT STORE 1059 W. Broad St. Falls Church, Va. JE 2-1244 Compliments of ®fj e SL ®ei Austin 3n$urance ejenep Dial JE 3-1200 Insurance Consultants 1057 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Compliments of THE STREAMLINE MARKET RUST MANOR PHARMACY 1055 W. Broad St. Phone JE 2-1111 Falls Church, Virginia BUCK FRAZIER MOTORS 626 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Virginia Phone JE 3-1555 Compliments of WALTERS ' DANCE CENTRE G. L. CORNELL CO. Serving Entire Northern Virginia Grass Cutting Equipment Specialists Reel Type Mowers - Rotary Type Mowers Tractor Gang Mowers Power Sprayers - Aerifiers OLiver 2-6600 4715 Miller Ave. Bethesda, Maryland Page 80 F. A. McGonegal Plumbing and Heating Service 1061 West Broad Street JE 2-4440 " RADIO DISPATCHED SERVICE TRUCKS " PAYNE ' S AUTO SERVICE and MACHINE SHOP 102 W. Jefferson Sf. Falls Church JE 3-7503 JOHN C. PAYNE Who’esale — Retail A. TASKER, INC. Plumbing Heating Contractor ANDERSON FURNITURE CO. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 745 8th Street, S. E. Washington, D. C. Phone LI 7-5154 FALLS CHURCH ESSO SERVICE 402 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Va. JE 2-9535 ATLAS Tires and Batteries Falls Church Motors Incorporated DODGE — PLYMOUTH Sales and Service East Falls Church, Virginia Telephone JE 2-2400 Page 8 1 OFFSET PRINTERS W. W. PERRY Proprietor 1047 West Broad St. Falls Church, Virginia Telephone JE 4-0196 Compliments of ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING SERVICE CO., INC. 104 West Jefferson Street Falls Church, Virginia THE TELEVISION WORKSHOP Sales Service 130 N. Washington St. Falls Church, Virginia Telephone JE 2-2990 JE 3-9669 JE 2-7644 GRAHAM LETTER SERVICE PLANTATION REALTY Sales — Rentals — Insurance 305 North Oak Street Falls Church, Virginia Fast Action Guaranteed Stencilling Offset Printing 500 W. Broad Street Letters Booklets Reports Business Forms Mimeographing Falls Church, Virginia Addressing Folding JE 4-2744 Other Mailing Services J. E. ANDERSON MOVING STORAGE COMPANY 2011 N. Westmoreland St. Arlington 13, Virginia JE 2-1260 Coal — Fuel Oil — Burner Service ROBERT SHREVE FUEL CO. 6873 Lee Highway Arlington 13, Va. JE 2-1960 Compliments of LEE MARKET 6879 N. Fairfax Drive JE 4-4144 Free Delivery Compliments of McLEOD and FERRARA TRADE SUPPLY CO. Paper Janitor Supplies 401 Swann Avenue Alexandria, Virginia TE 6-9300 OV 3-3536 Page 82 ARTISTS ' PAINTERS ' DRAFTSMEN ' S ENGINEERS ' SUPPLIES MUTH 1332 N. Y. AVE., N.W. ST. 3-6323 Jfolep’s Jetoelrp §ifts 238 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-2123 3-Day Watch Repair Service Compliments of R. B. CLARK MOTOR CO. Your Chrysler - Plymouth Dealer 624 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Virginia GEORGE MASON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS RINGS Supplied by W. C. Saunders Company Post Office Box 475 Richmond, Virginia LARCHMONT CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION Builders Developers 1073 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Compliments of LARUE VAN METER Compliments of R. L. BURT Page 83 Horace E. Brown Hugh R. Brown Est. 1883 HORACE E. BROWN SON Hardware Household Supplies Paint Hunting Fishing Supplies Guns Ammunition Fishing Tackle Compliments of HENRY SPEN CO., INC. 1995 Pitkin Avenue Brooklyn 7, New York Herman L. Fink, Vice-President 101 East Broad Street 104 N. Washington Street PORTER STUDIOS Cameras Portraits Picture Frames Music Records Accessories HALLMARK GREETING JE 2-2953 CARDS JE 4-0930 Film Photographs Framing Instruments Sheet Music Rentals BROAD STREET MOTORS, INC. 1001 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Sales and Service FLOWERS SCHOOL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Manufacturers and Distributors School, Church and Public Seating Furniture 327 W. Main Street Richmond, Va. JE 2-5100 Richmond 7-4035 Page 84 Arena Sport Shop, Inc. 2124 14th Street, N. W. RAWLINGS and SPALDING DEALER George Freilicher Lee Barbash Ellis Goodman Lord Fairfax Clothiers, Inc. Nationally Advertised Clothing for Men and Boys Palm Beach Suits Hickok Belts Bostonian Shoes Stetson Hats Haspel Suits Jantzen Sweaters and Swimwear Arrow Shirts Botany Ties Botany " 500 " Suits Sportswear GEORGE MASON JACKETS 108 East Broad Street JE 2-2900 Willston Shopping Center JE 3-1322 Consumers Pay for Every Business .... This One They Own! SHOP CO-OP CO-OP SUPERMARKET AND SERVICE STATION 502 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia Page 85 Compliments of BEN LUST Compliments of THEATRE SUPPLY COMPANY BRYANTS SALES RENTALS B A C RESTAURANT TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 839 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Va. JE 2-4757 JE 2-4042 1069 W. Broad St. Crane Company DISPLAY ROOM AND WAREHOUSE 212 North West Street Falls Church JE 4-4800 WHOLESALE PLUMBING — HEATING — VALVES — FITTINGS Compliments of WASHINGTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS HARRY J. O ' MEARA TILE CO., INC. CERAMIC TILE CONTRACTORS 1113 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 4-7175 1500 King Street DIXIE SHEET METAL WORKS Alexandria, Virginia Phone Kl 9-0452 Wa rm Air Heating General Sheet Metal Work 1225 W. Broad St. Falls Church, Virginia JE 3-1111 Page 86 Compliments of L L DELICATESSEN MANNAS REALTY COMPANY 445 South Washington Street 809 S. Washington Street Falls Church, Virginia JE 2-3111 JE 2-3684 " FOLLOW THE METZLER ARROWS " to Virginia ' s best values BUY SELL RENT through your Falls Church neighbor GLORIA YATES JE 4-3059 JEAN K. JEFFREY JE 3-1746 ft” fit I j 3 i jU-fi ' O rW ff v ' wjvcB v Jfj - SgU.cl 1 Bm ’irtn ' m 1 _ f|MK mPUMb a _ jj V ' r” r , ■ Jfr- j- W l Sponsored by the Junior class. The MUSTANG Staff requests that the students of George Mason and their families and friends patronize our advertisers! THE KING PRINTING CO., BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. Page 87 THE MUSTANG Staff takes pleasure in featuring the following students as out- standing members of their class. The Class Sponsors selected them on the basis of scholarship, personality, leadership, and promotion of school spirit. SENIOR CLASS BOB SHAW SARA JEFFREY SOPHOMORE CLASS IRVIN BUSBEE SUE WILLIAMS EIGHTH GRADE ASBURY COWARD NAOMI JACOBSON JUNIOR CLASS BILL CZECHANSKI BARBARA MOORE FRESHMAN CLASS ALAN GAYER TONI FOOTE SEVENTH GRADE BOBBY WILLIAMS GAYF, RODDIS f Page 88 3 2766 00 - 04 8063 LOCAL HISTORY COLLECTION MARY RILEY STYLES PUBLIC LIBRARY FALLS CHURCH, VIRGINIA
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