George Mason High School - Mustang Yearbook (Falls Church, VA)

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All on pages 96-119 UNDERCLASSMEN ahhhh, the Great Unwashed, the Great Mass, The Heart and Hope of the School. In them lies George Mason's future, in this section lie all their pictures. pages 160-169 CLUBS students never left at 2:30. There was always some organization or another meeting. The problem became one of choosing which one to join, not wondering if it existed. pages 120-159 ENDING various appeals for you to use our benefactors, the listing of said, and the iinal exit of Tamcossitt pages 200-216 55?- ...,p ..n :J L . -,,..--1 . af' e. Hg -51 ,M .51 .-f iw .5 V - wa I -pls-an " 'J H slfj .: 'gf ' t- 5.5 .Y 1 ' A. .. '-"f' ' 'L 7'9y:Z'f- gf.qf'1fsr5-,-up ,gf E - ,r -f - A 4- "A?' 122 -. ,- - 1-E. ,C N ' ,Vi , Tv- 1 P+ S ,. E 3 .-N. 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A i A E lf, .4 2.5 .1 l l d -ew R Q- fr' . , l. 3 L 1, 77 ,six ' A' X..-':.'v"' ' I W.: f i :V ' liz A 1 , 51: -.av Zig: Q fy F-Y lif Z 14: 4'8S 7' H ' I 'Y' ,.', sf ' Q2 1 'asf , l, " 5 lf- l 1 fl" 9'3" L Q P f 2 ,' 1 e ' n The school looked so big . . . "Corky" and hiding in closets. Which one is the teacher, anyway? . . . Too many lines of Queen Mab . . . Class from 10:00 to 4:00 with 50 minutes for lunch . . . Mr. McBlair is only a legend and the senior year is too far away to be believed. Next year, 'fBoy, you have seen the light!" . . . Doctor G is off again and so are we-to see his sister . . . ALM in the early morning hours . . . Afternoon dances with boys on one side, girls on the other. And remember the bunny hop? . . . Mr. Layton's nature walks . . . And our first year to have someone a little smaller to pick on. Then, Hnally, high school . . . Our first "grown-up" dance, with an attendant . . . Miss Carrington's field trip to the Russian Embassy . . . Mr. Brouillette's imaginary continent . . . Wondering what RUSHXLRH meant . . . Questioning complaints about the parking lot. Who drives, anyway? Then the first year of Mr. Worley . . . A new re- spect demanded by a Ere alarm . . . Lost in the new wing, but isn't it nice to have room? . . . The frogs weren't so bad, if you closed your eyes . . . The Mag- nilicent Seven are tops in JV . . . A few intolerable acts: Checkpoint Charley and locker raids . . . Our last year of gym . . . and Weejuns were in! Mr. McBlair was iinally a reality . . . Compare and contrast and discuss . . . The Dust Bowl was here and disappeared . . . Follow the Ambers . . . Christmas in Georgetown . . . and Plaisir d'Amour . . . Harem dances and SAAASATAI, all truly Out of This World . . . Our friends graduate and . . . Welre all alone. After a hard fight for privileges, we finally made it as Seniors! . . . Sign in, sigh out, and popcorn on the Senior court . . . Homecoming, our last dance and well-done . . . A new principal . . . A fearless leader, Terry Tabor . . . Chaos at class meetings .- . . And Teehan's . . . The sound of the Senior bell ringing into the night . . . We didn't quite make it at Charlottes- ville but the city will never recover . . . School's a drag . . . Senioritis hits hard . . . But it's all part of the game, ending with our prom and graduation. And slowly exits the Class of 1966. Somewhere, someone cries, for TAMCOSSIT is now no more. 41 -. Y x v TW-f ' HM -Q. '55 Egmmr, 5 'A 9 . -2.75 Zi? ix E ' ze-Kwai -iF3a1fHHfiQLH x.,-i ' 1252 r ,, lr, .-.44-I-. . f f Y - I X . .V -.HX Q Cf'f"l'lnru , . fgfs. 1' llili , ' ,. 5' 'iw E -'TTS 2' 'Q '-KV ' 'M ' , 'z -1 'Y H- V' V xi fl: If 1, ug, , .'l2 ,D w v v P N ,,-1 14. va I l fa x, -. - i-5 li t Y ,7'L ik-4 ' ,-Q. N ' - is .. y .L L. .ap L Edythe Ann Addison Edythe Poised and refined, Edythe is a true young lady in every sense of the word, Mrs. Rooney will remember her as the new girl who took chemistry with a grain of NaCl. ' x 1 Sarah Frances Albright Sarah Always willing to lend a help- ing hand, Sarah gave her kind- ness and car to all. Her beauti- ful voice could be heard in 4th period music, or concerts. She's one of the few who gets any- thing done at the Falls Church Library. Ruth Anne Alexander Ruth Within these confining walls Ruth was known as a quiet, even-tempered girl. Ahha! Lit- tle does she suspect that we know of her gay, laughing, dancing, partying activities. Michael Scott Allan Mike When least expected, Mike uu- consciously revealed hidden ideas and talents. His friendly, satisfying smile was often seen at Robert's Park along with his unique red English Ford. Gerald Dealy Allen Gerry VROOOOOOM! VROOOOOOM! VROOOOOOM! Life is a long, hard motorcycle ride and I've just begun to bounce. L l Victoria Morris Allen Vicki At times quiet, at times funny . . . intelligent . . . running down to Super Giant for F.H.A. refreshments . . . tex- tured stockings and fashionable shoes . . . There's nothing Vicki hates more than humid- ity or a bad sunburn and noth- ing she loves more than a movie. -1 Armin Elaine Ardai Armin 'KPray for surf!". ,with this creed Armin wandered through the halls of George Mason searching 'for fun, breaking-up Humanities class, and pretend- ing she was a motor scooter. Despite her frolicsome nature, she was a scholar and led the Spanish National Honor Soci- ety Somewhere. Beware of yellow pagodas and too many fortune cookies. Glendon Otis Bailey Glen With a cloud of dust and a trail of discharged parts, Glen inevitably managed to be the first one to school in his '39 Ford. Then he sat upon the Senior Court and waited pa- tiently for the sun to rise. Mary Louise Beard Mary One of the quieter members of the crew and the Tri-Hi-Y, Mary lives in a BIG HAUNTED HOUSE and has 365 outfits-in- cluding Navy blue. 15 7 JA, av' 12 ,izfrxaliifl QZERW M T . iiheknefjliilggl-.1-. ' -Q-m.r.xf,, gf. if-:mt fm., -ug- ,gxuw--, -lm-.2-,, 313231 -9?-f' ' ibrmlt-l1,'?li'E'f'i'7'7'f4i 1 - --af 1 - 1 N' .' ffruaflrrriliefgfki-'aj-22. 1f'g'j,gu- gf.,,1. .. Ugg 1.-,--1:Zlal:aS1v.-..-.-:lr Y t ri Q- M x Robert Adreon Beverly Bob Always trying hard at Robert's Park or entertaining in nearby basements, Bob was in some kind of trouble earlier this year, but he could never quite put his finger on it. i j , . 'ig'- x.- Gretchen Elizabeth Bohr Gretchen Having just returned from a jaunt to India, Gretchen man- aged to maintain her sanity and seriousness of purpose, despite the eiforts of the rest of us. Frustrated head of the Senior Section of the yearbook, Gretchen also managed to lead the F.T.A. and learn to ski. I l I i :rf William Russell Bonnell Billy Billy, a happy and carefree senior, could usually be found either tripping people in the halls or tearing through the streets in his 409. He was one of the few who could "hang ten" going down Broad Street on his skate board. par. , Aix. Britta Ann Borg Britta Having been introduced to Utah society, Britta was one of our few true debutantes. Her main interests are sewing, nurs- ing and teaching and she was an enthusiastic member of the F.T.A. fri, 5' fi 1 - J. L D Jo Anne Briggs Jo Massannetta, choir, Tri-M, and a high delicate voice . . . last minute homework before first period govemment . . . inde- pendent thinker . . . always a wink and a smile. Lois Elaine Brooke Lois Lois sat quietly in the middle of the row, thinking of last year's Senior Class, her baton and her Job's.Daughers Corona- tion. Marsha Ann Brown Marsha Marsha could usually be found sitting by the library door, awaiting her chance to Hee from Mr. Dietz and his crea- tive Writing class. She has ded- icated her life to chasing the opposite half. F Barbara Clark Browning Barbara Barbara's friendliness, warm hospitality, and lovely clothes will not soon be forgotten, but neither will her serious side. She was an honor student and a hard-worker, whether work- ing on the Prom or reciting French. Pamela Jean Bruce Pam Long platinum hair, big' blue eyes and a great talent, Pam is very quiet in school, but care- free outside. fTry your local neighborhood Bayouj Pam has surprises for her classmates. 17 , D: -f '-ff g . J Richard Scott Burke Scott Scott strode into George Ma- son earlier this year. He was immediately seized by Guid- ance and trapped into taking Humanities and calculus. Poor Scott could usually be found in the library, trying to recover. l Gerald Andrew Byrd Gerry Gerry, in his first and last year at George Mason, brought with him not only 6'3" of good sportsmanship, but also that lit- tle extra spirit that enabled the Mustangs to win many victo- ries. Mary Ann Caruso Mary Ann Mary Ann of the small size and the big voice, brightened those dreary Monday mornings with her cheery smile and four- foot humor. It can truthfully be said that she leaves George Mason on a good note. Carey Robert Chadd Carey One of G.M.'s gay blades. A fellow who cuts a good figure whether on the ice or off. Georgette Renee Chapins Georgette "Dear George, I have a prob- lem .. ." Georgette will al- ways be remembered for her well-intended advice. Her jokes livened up many a class, espe- cially Mr. Thompsorfs. Donald Alfred Chapman Don Some think that he spent too much time with his guitar and Corvair and not enough time with his homework. Don't you believe itg he'll tell you himself that he spent at least 10 min- utes a night on it. U. Claude James Clifton, III Jimmy The fastest wallet south of the Potomac, Lord Jim will always be known for his papier-mache clutch. No one could ever for- get Mr. Gant from Danville. L- D, George Richard Codrea George George is frequently seen in a red Fiat either searching for Count Dracula's Transylvanian castle or for an inspiration for a poem. Known as one of the few faithful Dietzmen, he will also be remembered as a Spanish scholar. ll , E. p Jo Ann Cole Jo Ann One of the Florence Nightin- gales of G.M., Jo Ann could be found in the library with the other 179 seniors, protect- ing their rights from the Great Unwashed. 19 C 11, . Q .7 H. f s WT....N'! 1 4X. 4... s w. 15 ', x ll . x ,i " , W , 5, .. 1 ' it ii.,-A ll lll Y lll l l N A Q ati? 3 ' 1 'Y 4 ESL. J ll 'v +1 L12 ,L 1 l -"' ' W 11 ri 'AN VIL sa, f f 7 wa ' 1 l Carolyn Patricia Coykendall Carolyn Carolyn is one of the few Sen- iors who could be looked down on by underclassmen. With an edge on the humor of G.M. and her big brown eyes, she just missed that turn on the road. 3 -- i' ., if .er Donn Philip Crane Donn Donn, the Sportsman-poet of George Mason, was also the peace maker of Humanities class. He was always prepared to make a solemn remark and just as ready to shrug it off and return to his beloved kazoo, harmonica, or whatever. Marshall Bryan Crawford Marshall Marshall suffered along with the rest of us, counting the hours until 2:30 so that he could Hee home and play foot, basket, or base ball. Shelley Ann Crumpler Shelley Shelley was voted g'Friendliest,' because she has the most con- tagious laugh of any senior. She has a serious side, how- ever, when it comes to fulfill- ing her duties as president of the F.N.A. Vivacious, outgoing, optimistic-that's Shelley. Susan Gail Decker Sue Sue is often seen in a John Lennon cap and artistically paint-splattered blue jeans, shopping in Georgetown, skip- ping French, majoretting, and smiling hysterically. .W i Alba Lucia De Mendoza Alba A welcome addition to the Latin-American population of G.M., Alba is good-natured and talkative. We won't soon forget her friendliness and im- promptu cha-chas in the halls. Roger Earl Diehl Roger It is most likely that Roger will succeed. His serious, indus- trious nature and his excellent ability have made him a much envied student. His favorite pastimes include ringing bells and lounging around Mr. Sutherland's Coke machine. Stephen Wheatley Dreslin Steve The "Sheep Dog" likes to race cars at Tom Thumb. He hopes to become an architect and will perhaps build the first un- derwater city. I it 1, - .sat Adela Norma Driben Adela "You're kidding me!" When Adela, our foreign exchange student, arrived from Argen- tina, she doubted our sincerity, but as the year progressed, we managed to convince her that Mr. McBlair does exist. fPier1sa luego exisfe.J With her she brought a friendly smile and los ojos mas grandes que los pies. There will undoubt- edly be a migration of the male population of the current senior class to Argentina this summer. Si, Adela, verdadera- mente, hay nieve en Falls Church! 21 'sm .. f w . xl Kathleen Frances Dwyer Kate Kate is a welcome member of the class of '66 . . . and the crew . . . Her Irish-pixie smile lights a glowing path on distant trips . . . if you can find her in the crowd. ,ef Mary Catherine Edmondson Cathy Sophomore Class President, chairman of the Prom, Senior Class Representative, S.C.A., and thusly Cathy was voted 'LBest Leader." She was swift whether itls on her Honda, in a swimming pool, or on a dance Hoor. She can usually be found singing tenor or even bass. She loves pierced earrings and poor- boy sweaters. i 1 Marion Lee Edwards Marion As President of the Junior class, Captain of the Cheer- leaders, and Treasurer of the S.C.A., Marion worked and showed her enthusiasm for the school and class. Vivacious and outgoing, she justly deserved her superlative as "Best All Around." Ai NFB Stephen Roy Everett Steve Steve with the quiet "Y'all" is that rare breed of student who has never failed one of Mr. Brown's tests . . . in fact, one wonders if ever he failed any tests. He was that boy in the back of your class who, when he wasn't blushing, looked like he was asleep. Don't let him fool you. He wasn't asleep. He was dreaming of snow. 1 1 is me , Margaret Jane Ewalt Peggy Undoubtedly the most organ- ized student at G.M., Peggy was usually rushing around ful- Hlling her many duties as pres- ident of Keyettes, and could easily inform you of the serv- ice projects in the Washington metropolitan area. Tyrone Bruce Ferguson Tony Most of us know Tony for the sweet, kind guy he is. Few people, because of his modesty, know that Tony is one of the foremost bicycle racers in America. Deborah Lynn Ferrell Debbie One of the few true individuals of our class, Debbie's original- ity varies from her '49. Chevy -packed with a variety of trash and a folk guitar--to her long hair and red plaid poncho. Debbie's talents and uniqueness will not soon be forgotten. Scott Owen Fisher Scott "Father of those long posters that wind all around the school, Scott, with his unique style of writing and his never finished sneezes, seemed to be one of the few who enjoyed Humanities fEditor's comment: Hall When last seen, he was wandering towards the Post Office, mumbling something about deadlines. f Iv 1 E -ir, - ...ts Diane Ruth Flick Diane Her owl-rimmed glasses give Diane an engaging air of in- trigue. Indeed she is so myste- rious that no one knows what to expect. However, we are certain that she should be an asset to any business firm. 23 X, 'iw " a' Fl: ,i L f""'v. . .-5 w T ' il -f le 4 E --I Ag r', , r if ml 3 ir is' l . i 5 ab i - Q 6 N 1' L ,Z ' - rl . 'S Alton Elison Fortner AI A Key student, Al spent a lot of his time working diligently at the C.P. center. It is su- spected that his briefcase was loaded with Superballs. ir, I Ta 1 .L Patricia Virginia Freehill Patty Laughter echoing down the halls . . . You know that Patty is coming. A four-foot eleven bundle of good humor . . . an excellent personality and an outstanding member of the crew. i , 5 f, 1. I4 Q el fins., Janis Paige Gentry Janis Kind and considerate, Janis offers a friendly hello to every- one she meets. She is a per- former at heart, whether in the Variety Show or on the bas- ketball court. 5 .f l Gayla Ann Gibson Gayla She's always seen behind the wheel of her blue Mustang with ten people in the back seat. Forever laughing . . . happy .. . full of pep . .. J,V. cheerleader . . . Pep Club . . . Keyettes . . . president of F.H.A. . . . choir . . . her house is always open for slum- ber parties. my l -gwf .Lf--4-JI i H- , ' t I be 1 . Joan Ardath Gilmore Darlene Claire Gomes Constance Anita Goodyear Courtenay Janes Griilith Adelaide Joyner Grillo 10011 Lynn Connie Jamie A delaide When she wasn't sitting in a quiet nook studying, Joan could be seen running up and down halls, seeing who was coming to "Reader,s Chorus." She was always busy using her many talents to the advantage of choir, church, and the Sen- ior Class. Lynn, a fun-loving, spirited girl, could usually be seen walking around with head held high-to make her appear tallerg and a smile on her face -to cheer up the rest of us. Quiet and serious, Connie's days were filled with dreams of becoming a writer. Sophisticated and creative, Jamie was chosen the Most Talented member of our class and has proved her ability as art editor of "Tempo," Jamie made a striking appearance as senior attendant at the Christ- mas Dance. Adelaide, our Most Scholarly, is a serious student, but have you noticed that twinkle in her eyes? When not translating the "Gallic Wars" or typing madly, she is having a backyard bar- beque. 25 'gr Paul Charles Gugel Paul As a member of the Hi-Y, Paul silently served the school. Few knew that he was a pro- moter of fads and spent a good deal of time demonstrating super balls. John Russell Guy John An easy-going, soft spoken Southerner, John occasionally took time off from talking Kentucky style to play chess or cross the country or go hunting in the 'possum patch. QE -- 4-sh fi lu Liu , 1, Charlotte Cherry Hall Cherry G.M.'s Georgia peachg Cherry is cheery, bright, and talkative and has a sincere interest in other people. She showed de- pendable leadership as Presi- dent of the Tri-Hi-Y and looked "TODOLY" beautiful as the 1965 Christmas Queen. up Ednajean Hamberg Bunnie Flirtations and gay... friendly and nice, Bunny is a hard worker, whether helping the class in the Variety Show or leading cheers. It you see a friendly wave from a girl in a red Corvair-itls Bunny. Scott Clifton Hansbarger Scott Scott was one of those liberal- minded seniors who dared to associate with underclassmen. Seftora Costa must have appre- ciated this, for Scott was her favorite pupil. "Hey, Scott-do you- know a good lawyer? Someone stole my lunch . . ." i' Qt Claudia Harcourt Claudia Claudia has a remarkable tal- ent for finding the ocean. She loves swimming and her Christmas suntan was the envy of everyone. When she is not searching for the sun, she can usually be found knitting, Hut- ing or parlant fl'UIlQ!1fS. Robert W. Harmon Bob Bob could be found in the middle of every Senior Section, cheering on the gallant Mus- tangs, When he prefers quieter activities, he listens to music, plays music, or collects frogs. ,WAX S Q C .Qtr Diane Phillips Harrell Diane Hailing from Mobile, Alabama, Diane came to G.M. for her Senior year bringing with her her southern "Hi y'all" and her boundless energy. She immedi- ately became active in Key- ettes, Dramatics, and F.H.A. and prayed all winter to see her first big snow. Mark S. Haynie Mark Mark was most often seen with wind-blown hair and a satished smile walking through the halls or playing basketball at T.J. 27 Ao K j A it L all Jane Heath Jane Jane is a mysterious girl, usu- ally to be found with a wry smile on her face. Possessing a great interest in the Spanish Club, with her dark hair and eyes she may well go to Spain someday to live a Romanticisfs life in the Alhambra. If -ls' ' Paul Raymond Henry Ray Besides being a really super speller, Ray was a French scholar. He spent many hours hypnotized by the TV set or Mrs. Alim's continuous stream of words. Karen Hem Karen Any bridge is easily accessible in her little blue bug . . . her quick wit always has an answer ready. . .orasass. .. Benjamin Vaughan Hidalgo Vaughan A member of the football, baseball and basketball teams, Vaughan showed certain ath- letic tendencies. Good-looking and easy-going, he lent a con- tinental atmosphere to G.M. with his tales of life in France and his continual "Wahoo- Tahoe." A , , 4 Janet Lee Hilliker Janet Janet is a girl who possesses strong opinions and expresses them well. A conscientious worker, she has distinguished herself as co-editor of "Lasso," Librarian of the F.T.A., as a Keyette, and in Senior Human- ities: "Don't interrupt me while I'm interrupting." Stephen Michael Hinchcliffe Steve Well, do you think it'll rain? Not with Steve around. He is a walking dictionary of gringle- grumps and heffalumps. His in- famous car, alias the Big Kahuna, with its instant shoe- shine flames, knows the quick- est route to the jumps and other assorted places. David Burton Holmes David Run and hide your children, mothers, David Holmes is loose and will drown you in a flood of wit and sarcasm. David of the long, long black hair spent his years at George Ma- son searching for a meaningful existence, withering away his opponents, trying desperately to succeed, and always escap- ing to the ski slopes. is ii i nf .Q Sharon Holmes Sharon Future hospital patients will beneit from Sharon's kindness and thoughtfulness, for she hopes to become a nurse. Her serious nature has made her a good student and one who is interested in foreign affairs, for she was always present at I.R.C. meetings. 24"- George Timothy Hough Tim Tim seemed to spend most of his time riding his motorcycle or dancing madly, for he con- sidered school an unfortunate necessity, and didn't let it get to his own free spirit. 29 ff!! 'F ' 2 RW" Elizabeth Ann Hughes Merrill Lee Hunt Ann Merrill "Let me tell you about the dream I had last night-" Ann was one of the few who was completely unaffected by Hu- manities. With the experience that she has had at home with an uncountable number of brothers and sisters, she is sure to make a fine teacher. The e pi to m e of Southern charm and graciousness, Mer- ril1's sincerity and friendliness have made her loved by every- one, especially the junior boys. -get, T- 1. -If " -W qgf . L A 3 E - 'F' Y as L, la, ' .f-,, David L. Hurt David A misplaced Philadelphian, David tried to make-up for his loss by riding horses properly, by refusing to take part in any mundane activities, by remain- ing indifferent to anyone call- ing him "Fang," and by keep- ing secrets-such as his still unknown middle name and the fact he keeps a vicious dog and three brutal turtles at home. r ls .i Dorothy Marie Jackson Marie When she's quiet you know that there's a joke brewing in her quick mind-and when she is laughing, you can't help laughing with her-even if the joke was on you . . . She should be careful of Christmas trees. Andrew Jennings Johnson Andy Despite his red hair, Andy is an even-tempered sort with' a yearning for adventure and a strong desire to see the world. Howard Robert Johnson Bob An outstanding American His- tory scholar, Bubba did equally well in his other studies. He seemed to spend every waking moment studying Spanish and being nice. ff or io.. Sharon Marie Johnson Sharon Sharon is remarkably athletic and enjoys sports of any type. She was one of the few Senior girls who could do 100 dribbles across the basketball court while hopping on one foot. YV' l Ronald Seymour Keeler Ronnie G.M.'s Indian chief is always ready with a quip or a pun. Ronnie's biting wit is evident in his tyrannical orations. Our S.C.A. President hopes to be- come an architect so he can design haunted houses. W' Drusilla Kennedy Dru Petite, energetic Dru, voted Most Athletic Girl, hardly looks the type but proved otherwise at the Junior-Senior Basketball Game. Her feminin- ity and spirit are enough to charm any 6'6" boy. 31 'Hin Q-fill James Paul Kepler Jim A mad-cap, carefree driver who doesn't know the differ- ence between a stop sign and a tree, Jim somehow managed to survive long enough to follow his interests in math and sci- ence. "But mother, why did you have to give my entire maga- zine collection to the Salvation Army?" -CL 2 ri'-"'f5' -'51 1' 7.3, .Y X, EE,-,I -Q 1.7,-.c., A .D , 19' in ,- J lui , ,Ulf Q39 R 6? gl . -ffkft V3 L' ' N Ei Sqft-"algal l l 5 . Ev. i ' , .. 9 l 1 1 if w. ' ,fi if is Katherine Andree Kinney Kay Kay is G.M.'s own Dutch Cleanser girl, with her blonde, blonde hair. She was a great help with the Prom and through her efforts and leader- ship, We tried to keep the Jun- iors out of our parking lot. Few will forget her etferves- cent personality. bk. sig fs-2 l imma- if James Daniel Klein Jim G.M.'s original nice guy, Jim was present at every dance and athletic event. He was con- stantly talking, whether remi- niscing about the Hawaiian surf or being Mr. Brouillette's star geography student. His ut- ter dislike for hot dogs is something we'll never under- stand. ffm., i a r James David Lacy Jim Chivalry will never be dead, not with Jim around. His gen- tlemanly nature and humorous jokes have made him well liked by everyone-or maybe it's because of his imposing stature. Linda Faye Lamb Linda Linda loves sports and loathes Government. She carries out her title f'Most School Spir- ited" by acting as Pep Club President, taking a carload of yellers to all away games, and outyelling the cheerleaders at football, basketball, baseball games and track meets. If you see a Hash of red and white, it's Linda. T. tl! -q,.- -- I ,:?Q'v wg rF27'g.. ng., E 3' r '-'s -1 .I f wa:- fl',,?f'5 x swim Y -1-fr-:sm if Y -L jg H .gfnir .il -V ix .Vi d 2 .- J -gl - Margaret Mary Larrivee Peggy Another of those Larrivee's, Peggy seemed to always have a cheery smile. She spent many long hours at "Our Place" and Our Pool. Mary Ann Layman Mary Arm When she wasn't skating over the ice or riding a horse across an open field, Mary Ann en- joyed singing or doing volun- teer work. Mary Ann always knew what was cooking. 1-vt "rw Y , A 'if 'I I, Nancy Jean Lee Nancy When she arrived at G.M. dur- ing her Junior year, Nancy im- mediately became friendly with s t u d e n ts-especially under- classrnen. Her fondness for soap operas was occasionally superseded by a good book. Loren Lesh Loren "You have been assisted by a member of the Virginia Gen- tleman Car Club". reads the card, and Loren has aided an- other driver in distress. He can always be seen in his blue Chevy, earning the title of "The most Industrious Gravel Mover of the Year." 33 t 'l. ,ww ::,-:Lp ,, 1 -eil ZT, Thomas Henry Lewis Tom Big Tom was one of the few seniors who had his future planned upon graduation: he hopes to devote his life to being an engineer and eating sweet potato pie. ,pm-.ar Kenneth Robert Lincoln Ken Ken is a tall friendly boy with an easy going manner. For four years he exercised finesse in pitching, football, and vari- ous other sports. Keith Edward Louden Keith Returning from a recent vaca- tion in Iran, Keith once again established himself in the hearts of the teachers and of his fellow classmates. Besides being the only boy in school who has read The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich just for fun, he is an excellent mu- sician. Three cheers go out to our top scholar. t 'Q-L. 4.3 Stephen Jewell Mahan Steve Alias "Little Stevie Wonder," alias "The Kid," Steve will be remembered for his collection of used cars and the N.R.A. Steve, when he wasn't escaping from his service hours, was practicing for the inevitable basketball games. ,... "mea .. I-.L Meredith Musette Manly Mimi Wittiest girl, Mimi has the abil- ity to joke her way out of any situation. Known for her wild dancing, witty remarks and southern a c c e nt imitations, Mimi leaves a memorable im- pression. Paul Ralph Martaus Paul A real outdoorsman, Paul would tell of his adventures in the wild jungles and fishing streams of Virginia, his hair- raising tales of the C.A.P. and why he had a compass hanging from his pocket, to anyone who desired so to hear. John Wayne Martin John Wayne is long and lean with a quiet manner and a quick wit. He is noted for his masterful fishing skill and his tiger-like hunting qualities. Michael David Maser Mike Mike will always stand-out in a crowd-be it in Spanish, at a Senior Class meeting, or espe- cially if he's in his "poppy" red Mustang. He managed to make mornings more bearable at G.M. by selling doughnuts in the cafeteria and piping music through the P.A. Y, Michael Douglas McCarter Mike Mike's friendly personality and sense of fair play have made him as well liked off the field as on. He will always be re- membered as a student-athlete who exemplified the school spirit of George Mason. 35 . f Q? nr E il l . N ' -OV J ,ig 1 21, ' l l J P5 I uf uf it li 1' 'wmv-4 . 'SI . el' i. ,p., 'liars , Ei' 'G Y, Ot, t 4. i,,',,k. yt... ,ty 1' 4 V! " it 4 J' ie l .L ,. ' 52 I A I-:K NT Q 5 if ' ff iz, 3 , 1 r , gl IR r '11 1 in I ,,, .., Y. fn -t i . Q' ' 1 Q01 X-'SE' ,i qw' ,- , ' Q' 4 .. .: Lt . f . -43' ' V - ,.' 5:1 ff- - ,tt 'iz Z -i. , 1 5 U I I, E K W J f Q-' Y Patrick Lee McCarter Pat Voted Best Looking, Pat is the ambiguous quiet, yet not shy, type. His self-confidence and ability added to the winning spirit of the football and base- ball teams, leading them on to many victories. Michael Kenneth McClure Mike Another world traveler, Key Clubber, honor student, and Sutherland disciple, Mike espe- cially enjoyed doing things of a mechanical nature, such as making metal men. if '- Patricia Allan McCrocklin Patty In addition to her good looks, Patty is popular with her class- mates because of her sincerity and genuine interest in those around her. You'll find her al- ways smiling or talking in that quiet low voice of hers- continuous open house at the McCrocklins will not be easily forgotten. l ,J . Mark Edward McDowell Mark Mr. "A-440' would always play with impeccable tone- that is when he remembered to bring his reeds. This scientist and humanitarian voiced his opinions often as co-editor of the "Lasso" and in his one-man stands in the Humanities class. Mark looked after the intellec- tual interests of G.M. as Presi- dent ofthe N.H.S. Sherry Lee McMillen Sherry Known for her casual attitude and her laugh that can be heard six miles off, Sherry was envied for her grades and good looks. Robert Patrick McQuary Rob Robbie seems to be very pro- tective about his grubby, his skateboard and his blond, blond hair fespecially in the summerj. His "Jokes for the Day" have livened up G.M. Carl Nelson Modine Carl Just a simple farm lad from Switzerland, Carl was the co- owner of a dull red bomb, a four inch tie and perhaps the best skiing ability in G.M. Ask Carl about the farm sometime, then try and get him to stop. 5 .'L Helen Louise Moore Louise About the speediest reader in G.M., be it Crime and Punish- ment or a mathematics text- book, Louise was a disciple of Mr, Nagy and S.M.S.G. As President of the Pep Band, she helped to cheer on our team. Lee R. Nelson Lee Another one of those G.M. students who escape to the ski slopes on the weekend-some times he never gets back, Lee had a friendly smile or sarcas- tic remark for everyone. Step on his Heads sometime and see what he does. 37 N-nv L ,m w-gQ.j..'tta,i..,f F 'Witt N LQ-yt, r N l G -' 1 Ll qszzhgg 'Fl th? r if . I A i f , i ',j,g,,LnSl.lE . .gm j f'-1 ref '- 5+-"jigs Z" ti - tif "Ei Thomas Michael Newton Tom Tom managed to manage just about anything that comes his way, be it basketball, football, Key Club minutes, Humanities or roses. "Yes, Tom, they really are beautiful." Nancy Cherie Ney Nancy Writing letters and traveling to King George-Nancy was al- ways seen in her White Mus- tang. A terror on the football field and basketball court, she has been an enthusiastic mem- ber of our Senior Class. ,- 4-at in 1. I j ji qu- e j g Q axe- A :Q V W P nm- KJ..-'fw W Q- A 'sein ,ha -4 Charles P. O'Hara Michael Anthony O'Hara Chuck Mike Chuck was just as quick in an economics class as he was on ice skates. He was an avid car convention goer and especially enjoyed the D.C. National Convention. Mike is one boy who is known for obtaining his objectives. Outgoing, school spirited, and a real leader, Mike has taken over various responsible jobs, such as the Junior Variety Show, which was tremen- dous. Either campaigning or managing, Mike will go far with his determination and ability. 'ng Maureen O'Leary Maureen Slightly aloof, with a liking for typing and unusual glasses, Maureen dreams of past days in Pennsylvania and future days filled with success. V -i. , in Lb-gg, ,, N -' QL Noralyn Olom Noralyn Known as the excitable Senior with the boundless energy, scholarly tendencies, and beau- tiful black hair, Noralyn was almost always doing something, like having a few people over or being Sweetheart Queen. John Gregory Papanicolas Greg Doomed never to see that Florida Sun, "The Greek" had to be content to spend his days with the rest of us. He could usually be seen with a world traveller, an Indian chief, or his car. Barbara Jean Parker Barbara Barbara's sense of humor and ready laugh is well knowng- but, so is her ever-faithful bomber, Nellie-. Her experi- ences will be made public in her coming literary sensation My Life and Hard Times Among the Booksialls of 7 Corners. ' Jew Y, W " 'Q-, ,L Z: X ww! 1 1 Q . 'B Virginia P. Parker Penny Very pro-New York, Penny could usually be seen in the art room, or in the library, study- ing furiously for a Spanish test. . vf ' ri! 425 X , M .ir-i4"'wi, ., 3 i: F' 32 Carol Ann Parrish Carol Carol was a great help choreo- graphing the opening number in the Variety Show last year. She was seldom seen around the halls, since she was one of the lucky few leaving at eleven o'clock. Carol is one of the few true individuals around. --. T. Russell Chester Parrish Russ Russ moved from Florida fwith his Connstellationj two years ago and immediately be- came known as hard-working, fun loving, and just a little bit bashful. Anxious to return to Florida, he will probably go there for college in his little blue Mustang. Myra Kate Peters Kathy In just one short year, Kathy's smile, enthusiasm and Southern charm became an integral part of G.M. She immediately be- came active in F.T.A. and choir and has a purse that van- ishes in the middle of the night. Q Linda Elizabeth Polk Linda Linda enjoys driving through the country with a carload of friends or sitting quietly by herself. She felt that the best thing about basketball, besides the game itself, was the party that followed. Carol Lee Powell Carol The best informed movie goer of G.M., Carol enjoys looking at as well as acting in dramatic productions. Her o u t g o i n g laugh and seemingly boundless energy never cease to amaze the rest of the class. Joyce Kathryn Powell Joyce We all profited from Joyce's kindness, she was always help- ing others with a smile and would gladly sell you a movie ticket or some popcorn. In her quieter moments, she liked to sew or draw. 1 Claudia Louise Purvis Claudia A misplaced Floridian, and sun- worshipper, Claudia will be re- membered for her variety of footwear, her BIG eyes, and her happy giggles. Wyatt MacMurray Rider Wyatt Wyatt was a real help to the Mustang and to the Choir, de- spite the fact that she broke-up whenever anyone mentioned V.P.I. or Volkswagens. She was about the most excitable Hu- manities student, and one of the few who managed to have her papers completed at a rea- sonable hour the night before. 41 pp-., 'i' John William Riifee John "Weiser" and his electric conch shell still echo over the basket- ball courts. It would be hard to find another who could live up to his high standards in being Most School Spirited. The Sen- ior Class thanks John for his happy-go-lucky spirit and his L.U. hat. CMay it rest in peace, wherever it may be.J He will always be remembered hacking around the G.M. halls. wfF2'i'Q."fiC7:i'.i" 'N tr,-I ft os, -J sl f X ii ' , 'S ,fi ti , j,.,-.,l J Q Mary Elizabeth Riley Linda Marie Ritenour Mary Linda Mary had a great deal of school spirit which was made evident by her being a cheer- leader for three years. She was one of the tiniest Seniors and possessed a vivacious person- ality, sparkling smile, and neat appearance. Linda is a truly feminine girl who always wore frilly clothes, with lots of bows and ruffles. She presented a petite and lady- like appearance to all. lk fx-4 - ' TJ E , ,KT X 1 .TF-ya, ff' , Yfi-i'Q?'- . 1- - - fi gg' .,.- . ' Q-t-fr tv ' Q mflf his ,I ,f 'x :LHQQF Samuel Hanson Roney Sam One of the Free Fifth Period Elite, Sam may not have a tiger in his Triumph's tank but there are leopard skins inside. 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Jerome Wayne Slade Jerry Jerry's fantastic talent and abil- ity are well known-evident in everything he does-his art- drums-his a r t i s t 's tempera- ment. x A -ll Jan Logan Smart Jan Jan is always smiling with a cheery hello for everyone and putting her talents to work as Projects Committee Special Chrnn., SCA officer, and Pep Club Vice President. Whether it's Kentucky Cherry Blossom Princess or GM's 1965 Home- coming Queen, Ian makes a lovely presentation. s:,"s.'3-- . '13 I W: , .WUJSQ nzla- " , 1 i 2:1-,.g-:u,aQ, - - - .-2-f -'a-,214 '. bw -.L '-3 : :H -. - 2:s,a,sig:i2?51 . .-V ,--, ,Q-as ,,.. Harold Coleman Smith Harold Around Christmas time, that lonely figure balancing pre- cariously over the giant Fir tree in the front was Harold. Emerg- ing from nowhere, he maintained a lonely vigil with his Christmas tree. It was beautiful . . . and darned cold. Thanks Harold. Roger Craig Smith Craig Craig is the infamous harem leader in his blue Ford. He'll always take time-out to help people in troubleg whether fix- ing their cars and radios or lending them bottles of after- shave lotion. 45 f Si'- A-:L -Eat -' V . M J c ' 1 5, if i .ily - ' f -" 'ff 'V 4 5, If L . i 'I .QS 9 ll Ir: Wayne Brian Smith Smitty A talented member of Mr. Howell's re adin g ensemble, Smitty enjoys Tri--M, Choir, the opera, and anything musi- cal. This ability plus his friend- liness and wit should enable him to do well at Shenandoah Conservatory. Frank Nelson Smode Frank Guard that King Move that Queen Come on Smode, Go team, team! ,. - Robert Craig Steiner Bob Duke could be heard up and down the halls, even when he was whispering. He's a good- natured guy, who will probably major in shoe selling and hotel management. In any case he remains fond of the finer things in life. 1, ' ,-32? t" ' T J li, ' 1- Susan Jane Steincamp Susan Susan is a quiet girl who owns a daschund with a ridiculous name, a horse, and a flute, which she plays well. "Say, Su- san, are you Connie's little sis- ter?" f 4 -fl f Y. , Nancy Jean Stetter Nancy Nancy has been a majorette for a long as anyone can re- member. She is easy to get along with and has an out- going personality. Nancy is one of the few seniors who didn't have to stoop at the water fountains. Terrence Rex Tabor Terry Our own Charlie Brown Hnally got his kite in the air. Good ol' Terry, Friendliest and Senior class president, was always around when you needed someone to put up a poster, or hold something, or just to talk to. It's been a great year, Terry, and good luck in your future political career. J' 517' Angela Elizabeth Taylor Angela A blue '55 Ford and a smile are about all anyone sees of Angela, who spends most of her time at the skating rink or student teaching at Mount Daniel. A long-courted friend- ship with Mr. Brown and a school pennant are two of her prize possessions. ll ll I -ug W Paulette Thomas Paulette Quiet with BIG, BROWN EYES and a small, tiny voice, Paulette remained kind and nice, neither disturbed nor dis- turbing-a southern ingenue in the midst of a sea of sophis- tication. Janice Marie Thompson Janice Another 'llady with a lamp," . . . shy redhead . . . but very engaging . . . National Honor Society. . .F.N.A.. . .Janice 47 M:-Q at ing . A f-Y' l T ai if -' -. iiikfqirai s ss ' cl iiii A ' ' 1? William Andrew Toregas Billy The other half of our Indian population, Billy was a fighter for the Mustang cause, be it guarding our bastions against the enemy onslaught or melting the tar on the track. Mary Eleanor Trapp Ele A great "Sm0thers Brothers" and Johnny Carson fan, Ele has a completely out-going per- sonality. Her everlasting wit and imagination justify Ele's philosophy that laughter and gaiety make a full life. 0-s . eq E ' . ' .rg - Q Wgggzjj-:xl , I ' Q 5 fig l ' ii-: . N gue'1.fjz4,g t X '-ff: A' ' ' ' I"-Qi' ny . 1, l , ,HA Y - 1 7 ' 'l ' ' Samuel C. Vanneman Sammy Sammy and his acorn pants, emergency brake specials, and talents for sneaking in, was one of the funniest and most un- predictable members of our class. Always on the move, even a broken foot couldn't keep Sammy from quarterback- ing his Robert's Park Team on to victory. Paul G.S.C. Weed Paul The determined literary editor of both "Tempo" and Mustang, Paul is one of the few who has had the experience of losing his mind in two directions at once. Frequently seen wrapped in thought, his favorite subjects for conversation were the res- toration of the Romanovs and his French grade. Paul could often be found casting hex signs on Mrs. Wildman or just thinking about Boston. - Libby Wexler Libby Running down the hall at a greyhound's pace, Libby always seems to have something im- portant to do. Whether acting as V-P of the French Club or Sec. of the IRC, she does her job well. Jeffrey Carter Wheat Jef Jeff often had tales of the good ol' days at Virginia Beach, and had a talent for attracting girls of all ages. He was always seen in the hall skipping study halls, making witty remarks and laughing hysterically. in-v Robert Alan White Bob Our candidate for a Conserva- tive seat in the British Parlia- ment, "Bobwhite!" may per- haps end-up with ownership of Tip-Top Ties instead. Fre- quently seen in a white Dart, destination u n k n 0 w n , he doesn't wait for anyone. gk Beverly Gay Williams Bev The sweater-o-phile of George Mason, Bev could usually be seen with a shy smile for everyone. Without her handy hammer, the rocketship would never have gotten out of this world. John Ronald Williams Ronnie The last word in Key Club- bing, Ronnie has distinguished himself by his Collegiate dress, his great white station wagon, and his ever-present smile. As a member of the fifth period elite, he could usually be found in the library trying to figure out Mrs. Euler's next move. 49 Watt V ' I lll .f Y' '- ,,LL., .4 L L W ,W Pamela Sue Williams Pam Lively and slightly daffy, Pam was one of the deligent work- ers on the "Lasso" and in the F.T.A. Her "bark, bark" liv- ened up the Variety show and her "Green Pea" and its mis- adventures became a school legend. I . . Q . Donna Lee Williamson Donna Donna surprised us all as Con- chita in "If a Man Answers"3 but despite the lure of the theater, she always managed to remain a hard-working Key- Cite. Patricia Ann Wilson Pat Pat is just about the nicest girl at George Mason, always ready to help you whether you're writing an absurd play, painting a 4' x 40' mural, or trying to select the proper blouse for a velveteen skirt. An intellectual at heart, she will be remem- bered by Ir. Team Teaching as the Consort to the Lord of the Flies. 'Ea 2 l Christopher Raymond Wollenberg Chris Chris will always be remem- bered for his barn parties and for his valuable help with lights and electrical wiring. Whether at the Variety Show, Dramatics Club presentation, or school dances, Chris always managed to brighten things up. Marshall V. Woolner Ma1'sl1aIl Marshall baffled the rest of us with his frequent outbursts of French, Spanish, German and an occasional bit of English. He hopes to spend the rest of his life cycling through France and teaching Karate to the na- tives. . ,S , -- J . fy L L , - N .Le I eg? Sidney Yeaman Sid Sid is the small girl with the big eyes that close when her mouth opens. She welcomes any kind of oddity or satire and will be remembered as the girl from Turkey with a British accent and as the dazzling sen- ior attendant at Homecoming. -Robert John Zell Bob Bob is a quiet and reserved young man, often to be seen running around the school building just for the fun of it, or perhaps trying to be at the head of the lunch line-for once. ,pg I .21 NOT PICTURED Gail Neubeck Mark Siniard Robert Todd Phillip Wright E1 l '1 I l l Samuel Alan Bunch Sam Sam has a legal air about him and a peculiar liking for toys. He will soon make his debut on Grand Ole Opry with hog- call imitations. If you listened carefully you could hear him practice in the halls. e.. l i - -.Xl . Sharon Ann Curtis Sharon Sharon always carried a pun of sass in her purse. An individual in dress and talk, she retumed from her stay in Germany with many stories of life on the con- tinent. Starting fads is her forte -kazoos-and never forget "God save the cream!" Maureen K. Burns Maureen Quiet and studious, Maureen is a true friend to those who know her. She was a loyal de- votee to the 1:15 1-F bus and to the choir. She always had a melodious "hi" for everyone. James Carter Mattson Jim Jim will be remembered for his allaaroundness, his unusual jokes, his highly original imita- tions of ferocious animals, his easy-going manner and for the leadership which made the football team great. lr' Kathleen Jessie Chapman Kathy "I love you, Fernanda Waltmullern an d hot tea. Kathy is continuing her search for a lost lighter. A great help at cl e a n i n g up impossible messes, she is also a frequent visitor to the guidance office during her English period. Edward Randolph Pierce Eddie We will always remember Pierce's half-court swish when he was one of the Magnificent Seven. When he wasn't playing basketball or racing around in his '57 Chevy, he was being brilliant. SENIOR CLASS GFFICERS L ii " 55 W President Vice-President Treasurer TERRY TABOR SCOTT FISHER NORALYN OLOM ,Y ,W -Y - V - Secretary SHERRY McMILLEN X. v 4 .1 74.54 , I, .1 it ggi N . ff ' ff, ' 2 1 Q S lr, if rw if Class Representative CATHY EDMONDSON faculty teachers teachg but above this they Direct. They direct students towards i the goal of a meaningful existence with the Awareness that comes . only with Maturity. And with their directions, we become mature in thought and Tolerant of other people, i otherideas . . . tolerant of lives other than our own. L.- Q7 X J '::,gF""' -1. , f.. X , 5 1 wvvf- , we, " cz 1-1 1, s , riff. .. 1 L , ,. hs 1 " -2A '11 ,. Y 'Aff -V7-in --mf - ir 1. -- ,, 1 'K' " ,"fW' "" ' T" f' . ,Sb - Qu- , Y ' -rr-z' af' , 1. f .f f 1 , 1 ' - 51' ff 0 7 '.J'1Li'f:'-'ffl" '--"tin ' , ' . 51 ,YGLL it . .tiff :air E, wg ll.. V 4. , 1 512175555232:7f1l:Ef":f5lff5 1: 1 L' f,,q,,,., -.vf..N-4' , 1, -'::1:r", ., wg., , , , ' -,nv , Y: V, , 4, N -I N. 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Murdaugh, Principal ADMINISTRATION a gentle push in the right direction: this is the goal of our administrators . . to see their students grow in their search for knowledge and in their search for self. a goal reached by thinking and disciplining, and in providing a congenial atmosphere for growth. 5 i ! 5--Q iz ew -in 1 I Mr. J. Earle Phillips, Assistant Principal Mr. G. Milton Davis, Assistant Principal SCHOGL BOARD V 5,35 -- Li U :f iz 'M 2 -5' fggii 7 55 A , 1 f ., iz "ff, '- Q Dr. Dwight E. Knox Mrs. lane Dexter, Vice-Chairman Superintendent of Schools Mr. J. Roger Wollenburg, Chairman X ' 1 fi ililff , 35? Q' T! L4Q3g,,,,, s,,,-nf, Mfg, Sally Strait Mrs. Jessie Thackrey 5 ' v I V 1 Mr. Bernard Russell Dr. John Miles Mr. Robert Cruise GUIDANCE our guidance personnel are some of the friendliest and most helpful people at a school. always ready to help you End a college-or get into one planning your schedule or just talking the guidance office was always a pleasant refuge for the student looking for a quiet space. 58 f , , , .,! X W. rf: , , . E 1 , U . W. ' ,Y nf" 'Q F TT . ' .P -if 1. -Q i Z , E . 75 :Q e'?"5N511'-A 92453: .' l T - - :Le --: "ff .ziggi .Y L'-122, , is 55 ' iii'-V7 . -11-'Q .-v.:.., ,- 'FQ Q 1 ' .,--+,.-if 'f - 1 1 .' 2 .mt 'xii :."fff3g.IY 1 rn. JJ' " 'Sy' 'E .1-415 fa-f . ' 1 .. if lim-' ff.-as I -- X ELVIRA T. ETTIE B.A.E., University of Florida, M.E., University of Miami. G uidance, World History. WILLIAM SIDENSTICK B.S., Miami University, M.A., Ohio State University. Guidance, General Math. ESTHER SWIRE B.A., M.A., Cornell University. Guidance, English. THE LIBRARIANS MRS. HAGEN MRS. DALTON MRS. BURNS l l l lg E.. SPECIAL EDUCATION MARY JONZ B.A., Texas Western College, M.S., Northern State College READING CONSULTANT PAUL NAGY B.A., M.Ed., University of West Virginia. I Y ,Quiz ' f S- .. ..- I E: -, lQ il I 's T! px l ,f I PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE NATALIE SCOTT, R.N. ENGLISH English will always be Row Peterson twice a week and misspelling weird because you can't remember that we are weird and then the other days, the lit. books: blank verse unrhymed iambic pentameter and the endless reading, searching for universal truths and learning about the Greek Gods and why there are four seasons Byron, Shelley, Keats Beckett, Sartre, Kerouac "it was the best of times, it was the worst of times." PHILIPPE DeLAUNAY B.S., Lock Haven College, M.A., Penn. State University. English 8, 10, French 7-8, I. 60 hr 1 JAMES DIETZ B.A., Brown University. English 11, 12, Creative Writing. l E l l J r I 4 1 l MARGARET DISNEY B.S., Johns Hopkins. English 11, 12. it, JANET FESLER B.A., Smith College, M.A.T., Yale University. English 10, 12. MARGARET HAMILTON B.S., Madison College. English 8, 8-9. 1-1- LYDIA TAYLOR B.A., Cornell University, M.A.T., Harvard University. Public Speaking, English 10, II. 62 MARGARET VINCENT B.S., Fordham University. English 9, 10. LOTTIE WILDMAN B.A., University of North Carolina English 9. FOREIGN LANGUAGES "Omnis Gallia divisa est in partes tres." the language lab is divided into thirty compartments, each one containing a baffled student. "-mais ils parlent si vite!" and then there are the endless rules, each with an equally endless number of exceptions land thenj you translate or Write fcan you be creative in German?D "iCaramba! N 0 comprendo la leccidnf' - 353:" i357f7iQ f fi' 'iff 52 -fit 2 g ' -4 , Q , J.- Pa Q.., reset , A -'Q -.,,p is -,V .-1 ' ..,, , I ff A '-Jimi. 1gL'5f-5 if Elf.-'1 5' , 5 ig. 1, A-X is i - N F "sig 5. ILEANA E. ALIM B.A., American University. French 7-8, I, III, IV. LOUISE COSTA B.A., Judson College, M.A., George Washington University. Spanish 7-8, II, III, IV. PATRICIA NEADERHOUSER A.B., Cornell University M.A.T., Yale University Latin 1, ll, III, IV. MARY STENGER B.A., University of Cincinnati. Spanish 7-8, I, II, III. KATHITEEN TROST B.S., Georgetown University French II, German I, II. SOCIAL STUDIES if you canlt believe that Columbus discovered America, what can you believe? you can believe that you'l1 have a news quiz the morning that the paperboy's bike has a Hat tireg Corb you can believe that Virginia history and government are that importantg torj you can believe that trees grow at 13,000 feet above sea levelg torl you can believe that you'l1 learn all that there is to know about the history of the world in less than a year . . . or else, Cor, if you'd likej you can believe that "the heritage of the past is the seed that brings forth the harvest of the future." MARGUERITE D. ALBERT B.A., Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia. U. S. History, History 7. 64 CHARLES BROUILLETTE B.S., Southern Illinois University. Government, Geography, Economics ERNEST BUCKLIN B.S., Plymouth Teachers College. Geography, World History, Social Problems. GEORGE HALL B.S., United States Military Academy M.A., American University. Government, U. S. History, World History. . 93 '1':"f V . ':. Q 'Q I JAMES MCBLAIR JUSTINE TOMAN A.B., M.A. B.S., St. Louis University. University of Government, U. S. History. California. Government, US. History, Geography, CHARLES HAROLD ALBERT LETIECQ International Relations. M.A., Glasgow University. B-S-, M-Ed-, Geography, University of Maryland. History 7. l , , l i LINDA URBACH B.A., George Washington University. U. S. History, History 7. MATHEMATICS at most schools, you can lind math students working quadratic equationsg but at George Masong some students seem to be more concerned about whether the law of limits applies to Mr. Rockwell's patience, Corj how many sigmas there are in infinity, Corj in joining the Lobachevski Fan Club, Corj eating powerhouse candy bars to become oneg or just sitting back and wondering whether 212 -I- b2 really does equal cg. if ' - erttl RICHARD BROWN B.S., Penn. State University. Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra II, III, Math Analysis. 66 CORNELIUS COMBER CHESTER ROCKWELL B-S-, Uf1iVCfSifY Of B.A., Shepherd College, SOUUICYYI MISSISSIPPI- M.A., George Washington University Math 7, GCHCFHI Math, Algebra II, III, Trigonometry, GC0meffY, Algebfa I- Geometry, Intermediate Math. 1 v l i CARMEN VANCE B.S., University of Missouri. General Math, Math 7, Algebra I, Psychology. JUDITH WALKER B.S., Bates College, M.S., New York State University. Algebra I, Math 7, General Math. HELEN YOWELL B.S., Longwood College G 1 M BEITY WITHERS Afllelffa I. atb' Math 7' B.A., University of Denver, g M.S., University of Illinois. General Math, Algebra I, II, Geometry, Elementary Functions. SCIENCE science is for everyoneg everyone knows how many moons Jupiter has or how much a cubic foot of air weighs at sea levelg and who could possibly forget thatuontogony recapitulates philogonyll but, above all, everyone turns in a science fair project-almost and walking down the hall, thru the fumes of ferrous sulfide you will always be able to hear: "do as you oughta add acid to water." 68 VIOLET D. CLARK B.A., George Washington University. Biology, General Science. 1- -ft V U i i. ,TPQ . ELVIRA T. EULER B.S., University of Pittsburgh. General Science, Earth-Space Science, Physics. JEROME K. LAYTON B.S., University of Kentucky, M.Ed., University of Virginia. Genera! Science. 5 in -. - . 4 x ,', 1 1 . i t V i MAXINE M. ROPSHAW B.A., Miami University. General Science, Biology. ALICE M. ROONEY B.S., Marywood College. Chemistry, Senior Science Seminar. ELEANOR G. SWACKHAMER B.S., Carnegie Institute of Technology. General Science, Chemistry. ART art is where you can squeeze moist clay through your lingers, while your best friend is chiseling you or making a splatter print on your white smock. everywhere, the honest creative effort has produced a mess, and you begin to wonder when the serif from Baskerville will come to take you away. H 7 . if ' ' 1' -n f'.5f'j5::T'-.i2'. iiie lff' I' , ,gl .. rr- . fs-me ' 1 . .' F105 ' W U -gi? , L- .fl Lf g'--ri -TL-nw Jr P' ' -f A- " " FV AY ' .,, V H it ir Yi, ":- ,f,, -F- Q - .,ufyfE'!i -sw A "F .. 4 iewj- . ev 1 .,,.'1tfC.5:'T , fr' - "" ' " .prix -.P ,!' gn -Q -4 .1-i"i-QSf4::'fi?.3iP' ' i FRANCIS FOSTER B.A., Black Mountain College, M.S., University of Oregon. Art 7, I, II. MUSIC ukelele strings and sheet music on the piano seat the band downstairs next to shop, usually without heat Cbutj what they really need is soundproofed ceilings and walls "Old George Mason had a school, ee-i-ee-i-0" MARTHA CONNOLLY B.Mu., University of Michigan. General Music, English 7. RICHARD HOWELL B.Mu., M.Mu., Westminster Choir College. General Music, Vocal Music, Senior Choir. A 7 . 1 , ROBERT DUNBURG JAMES WYNN B'A', Capita1 University, B.A., Peabody Conservatory of Music. M.A., Columbia University. M.Ed., University of Maryland. Art 7, 3, L I1I-1V, Junior High Band, Concert Band. 70 BUSINESS EDUCATION shorthand notehand bookkeeping fypings when you type you must maintain a proper tempo "the quixk browm fix ju,ped ovew thr lazs dof" you are here to learn, and they are here to teach, really, it is a perfect set-up. BERNARD BRONSTEIN B.S., M.Ed., Penn. State University. Shorthand, Typing I, Bookkeeping I. sl A, . --v is i X I A -. JOYCE LOWRY B.A., Pembroke State College. Typing I, II, Personal Typing. NADINE WILSON B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.A., Northwestern University. Typing I, Notehand, Record Keeping, Oflice Practice. HOME ECONOMICS learning how to sew is just half the course, perfect fudge brownies and a proper table setting come with practice. the goal, of course, is a husband and a home. heaven only knows where they learn to get those. MILDRED HARDY B.S., Purdue University. Home Economics 8, I, II, III-IV. MARY STOWERS B.S., Madison College, M.Ed., University of Virginia. Home Economics 7, History 7 s PHYSICAL EDUCATION touch football, archery and a moving target, chasing a soccer ball, tumbling, basketball, softball and tennis. then, once a week, driver's ed. Q- Q, and the inevitable, 1' l "but I forgot my locker combination -1 .--. - and ? " C h fi-l fat i . ,ja 'gh Ween' 4 I , .it 'W can't get my gymsuitf' . Y If If ,iff x ' t -Y' n. V Y Y: V 121'-, : A . 2 A. ill li f".l' 4 'C 1 l - sq' iw f, 'P ' ft 4 l:3'tTs.lES"35!l2f5? E f he .. ' ML. tl i - -'L 4,57-' B ' " 114 '4-+3-?j?? ffii E ---. 1 ilielrf. -,ing iii-F1','Q5"H 'V 'Q ' ' QJFT ' ',,- A -. -A l -V -f .Q ,....:f:3 lf- " . f 'w A 'FFL V In ' T IQ Vi!! ri' 'fi :2.2':: . t' "Stiff cf.i': 'fl-'Qfvr -,,,.:, nga., zeal if-Fifa:-rz'.:1?Krris-ff:--1. lug-13 ' -'El fc- lb-.7:""S'f-'fi-,f 'fb ' , sf C "5"TiG:+2'liE'-.'-9i?e1-? fe' 3 , P 171 g. a-'Qherr 'I 'if 1 Ji. .Y Q ' " -pf 4' 'ca'-me A' i 'eff - .W b5mrEg.- sgr'-X, - .,. V-- r', ,5'5-'i'3"Z"- V ' '5-7"f'? p'ffff "Ate, '.'Z'.:if if Lf.-11, yr' -Q' in il H e-- -2.3: - im, eye y'1ii. Zl . . will gl JOHNNY D. GAMBILL, JR. B.S., M.A., Middle Tennessee State College. Health, Physical Education, Driver Education. 3 i C 'JL --ff l .L.,. lf ' - 4-Y' l l JOE CRAIN l B.S., Milligan College, ' V M.A., George Washington University. 'C MABLE W' BRADD Health, Physical Education, MARJORIE D' HUMPHREYS B.S., Radforci College. D Driver Educmionn B.S., University of New Hampshire, Health, Pllyswdl Eduwiwn, M.Ed., Eastern Michigan University Driver Education Health, Physical Education, 72 Driver Education. INDUSTRIAL ARTS a scale drawing of Mr. Murdaughls oiiice, the smell of sawdust and of paint: Mothers know the most about Industrial Arts- they see it everyday in that thingamabob that's scratching the coffee table in the living room. yi' fi EDGAR R. GABLER B.S., California State Teachers College. Industrial Arts, General Math. HAROLD M. KLINE B.S., West Virginia University. Industrial Arts, General Mallz Mechanical Drawing. VFW x - X ... 1e2.lz34.Q.51 s' R' Q E K it W 1 1 .- . 51: , " 91' I " V' ' yjyb . I I A ,ez ,r, 'V MV,,.:a1:g'Q,,, Wi! ' 1 K-I 'f l i isu- 7 5 ::'L f ' fi :-an , I ' ' 4 Wg. -' "' .11 15 hx 'l' gi ,, "ll,- T511 ,im I. '1 'If .15 'if is I. . 21 fm - " f -' , l - ' -ff-," Q . IFQQE I 'gy N' fly' 1.-'TAX-'ll' . , 4. , :j ' .Ji ll ' A A . Y'-ft 1 - 4... 11' L. r f: gl- -it '- ' .,,. .N '- f bi, In q'- ,ff ' J I ' A 1' M ' I I "n ,l?i:E7'?4f :iff-j Lg . L--H - ,Aff ,-pjmli, Q' gf-. L11 ., -vu-sq ,r . '- V, . ' -- 51' 'Y 3 ARVILLE E. SOMMER B.S., M.A., West Virginia University. Industrial Arts, Physical Education. 73 f , - . Mrs. Manilla Smith. L t i W 'J A :' , 1 if 'Q " SECRETARIAL STAFF without these smiling women, where would the student body be? who would fill- out tardy slips or call-up when you are sick? who would make transcripts for you or track-down your missing test scores? who would contract your books or deposit your money? who would mimeograph for you, take telephone messages for you, find the janitor for you, or call home about a lost permission slip for you? Who? what it comes down to is this: these live women are, without a doubt, irreplaceable. Mrs. Lillian Rothgeb. Mrs. Esther Kraft. 4'x'XA.l:,1 f ' Q U 4 1 -V. 9 Q - . I 1 -.4 -' :sl - 1 ' e . L53 f ' . X L ' W ' Jr, 'ea-Jim-5-fl-Q11 fl - ,i A ' ,g -,Q T tj Mrs. Pauline Townes. Mrs. Sally Benson, CUSTODIAL STAFF the trash cans are always empty the morning after. and the gum that you save under your desk for a rainy day always disappears. snow is shovelled and grass is mown: thanks! Mr. Aylor, Mrs. Drew, Mr. Johnson Mr. Lowery, Mr. Lee, Mr. Alexander Mr. Spencer, Mr. Alexander. CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Mrs. preparing nutritionally balanced meals and serving them in an attractive and expedient way- making lunch enjoyable. this is the job of our Cafeteria Staff. Boone, Mrs. Miller, Nethers, Mrs. Layman. x, ln N-.. 'if r M features it is amazing what can be done in the cafeteria, when with tinsel and streamers and low lights suddenly all is FANTASTIC or sweetheart trees of FUN. and the concerts plays basketball games, others, through which students enjoy themselves and Cperhapsj learn of life. 76 '- f " - , 5 - , it ' - I9 -3. 1 ,,,, , '-A -Yet i I 755:73-2. , i N 1 in I' , A. 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Lis mrff: s:P Z..E,,f'! , ,V .Ai ,. vfus-lr . if fr ' .1-rirjx . fp, , ,.p- :,f,. .l 4 , ' pl , A, .'i?L kr-'TQ' H 'L . 'M W,,,,.v 'iv . ' QY'i2Q" X , The Queen's Dance. 80 in i 5 f 5 4 ,rp . E PQ 1 f fA -'-M1 Q .. .l I, H. . ! - . ,AN , N ,gf frjgj- .WY 3, -if -7,4-.1 . .-.-lg-mrE?'.FJ-w3" l':Pf ,K , HOMECOMING COURT 1965. Left to right: Kevin Wheelock, crown bearerg Kathy Rice, Sophomore attendantg Sid Yeaman, Senior attendantg'Queen, Jan Smart: Marion Edwards, Maid of Honorg Suzanne Riggins. Junior attendantg Ginny Bonnell, Freshman attendantg Kathleen Martin, flower girl. 122, in ' Q 'id l l i el Q f l , 1 , . X if ' l 6 if . w ' 2 ' . 2 X, N -, 'Z' fiws.g,,,,,. V gg. 5 N " 'Aviv -- 'nigh A if '11-5, Z 1. Tflxfr 1' ,Q A 'Lf1iQ'4-5?-Illini ,R-l 'ii- Qilg.-:-:V ga 7 -gar- itilfij -l re .. in ffaff, V ' :Q "Q .-1' :td ' 53 ? " i X3 ' ! I . fi? ,,.-.. 1,4 . rl-I X, . . 4334 4 'I if fn 4' x 'S' 5 - -' "fm, gn ff f - Wg ,A I2 . 'QYQ ' 2. ,-ff ,. .... - -D 32 2 Qiffi H5 . U. N. fi " A . 1-'4' . B fd ' " . F" J QF ,w,,, ,S-'SX ia 5- A Y, "Ls 1-1 3x1 4.5 ? L., . wit. lk HJ VY Raef! .ASV S N :qw Xkn ,it .11 e f-L we my ,Hi H 'W 1:1415 I 54. 9? Wi' ill llvfy -1 ...wa 2 525,53 v ff tx . .ffm J N zs. V24 fi 91 all ,.2 45" if Don't you dare tell anybody where the cast party is. You dirty old man! The secret man is w I wonder if my insurance policy covers rabid cameras. and you teach him like a dog. mm, ,,, that answered. IE A MAN ANSWERS opening night, and suddenly all of it seems worthwhile remade sets and an electrocuted electrician 50 McDonald hamburgers and the real stulf, Hnding a dress, and discovering that the phone rings even after it is answered opening night, second night, and a party. Mike O'Hara Pam Harlow Vicki Jones Charlie Hooper Donna Williamson Nina Cortada Mimi Manly Cathy Edmondson Bruce Kuritzky Sammy Vanneman Sid Yeaman Susan Swarthout Ted Newland Kate Bohr Meredith Wollenburg Mr. Wright, please! Mr. Stacy Mrs. Stacy Chantal Stacy Gene Wright Chiquita Salome Europa Belladonna Mr. Wright Florist Tina Grace Advertising man Pedestrian Pedestrian . . . and Dickie with rf i " ' " - ,Q mf? 1 ,F"1Qj"-f'W,, ' ,R ri ww! f Z. fmt.-ith . X i. v ,, 1 . ,rug ,FQWTVQ igy ,m raw! -Y :im ?Y,,.., ,...,,A. , A .X the Grand Prix. Did you say three iiances? The flower vendor, Cleopatra fthe blondj, and Pocahontas. Y -I me ar- if A V f- QM f -. WW , You get the best shave when it's superblue. Chiquita! unz- ml' ..- 1 A. F1-. ir-hr ,. r My Yes we do have a position for an unemployed student. H I I mg 1 ,U vi., Q3 V V' " ' J -N Q ' . N ' ' . - Li fvii ' E i A 5 . 2 n. , . . T" t , 1 ' t ' f - f it ' ?. ,J ii " ,Lf:5J',f'QZ I t S- 2-iff , f U i' - ' It -. i: W -"mi: Mjja i get W r ,N ,E 1 iflzlrs' ii I - , - f - 'fl If' Q ji 5 I i 4 i . Y it? ' Q' m ls - !. X A if . up xjgf , ' : i 'M i A SLEIGHRIDE TO THE STARS Miss Cherry Hall l Mr. Sammy Vanneman Miss J aimie Griflith Senior Attendant Miss Wendy Gross Junior A tlendant Miss Debbie Ferrell , Maid of Honor 5 f 5 V .mA ', ' 'f'51',5 'lkcl Eg," 1, 5 rzsziil' -1 ?iY"V 5 - Qfigip 'Pi an-Tj :fEQ1lL-9?iL'4fLA 'll xgiiiiieia 1 Miss Betsy Wells G-L-0-R.1-I-1- A Sophomore Attendant xxx ' . 5' --ww . ' f .T fi! Y N 4 2 0 :ie fag? 'gi mf' m wgwimi . 1 :W . 2 ir. 2. Miss Robin Cruise F reshman A ttendant r in Cecil Gibbons, chairman, is worshipped The wells of silence echo This is one sleighride that took you not only to the stars but beyond them. The cafeteria was transformed into a world of music and small colored lightsg a world of Christmas trees and misletoe. Decorating. Did Mrs. Rooney ever get to her hair appointment? How do we get pine sap off the floor? The Hailstones came from a cloud, and Cherry and Sammy had a wonderful reign as King and Queen. 11:30 soon arrived, but the fun did not stop-it only flowed down the river and became a celebration for a great Junior success. n Le- Contrary to rumors, Adela, Santa is very much alive. Y , ,H Y , ,V t. ,,,t,,.T .,..--.,.YvWYH:-nf--Y-- - - V----,H - .,.7f, UNDER THE SWEETHEART TREE They say there's a tree in the forest, A tree lhut will give you a sign. Conte along with me to the Sweetlzeart Tree, Come and carve your name next to mine. They say if you kiss the right sweetheart, The one you've been waiting for, Big blossoms of white will burst into sight, And your love will be true evermore. How could the cafeteria ever be made into something as beautiful as this? Many people asked. And how could it? At 8:30 in the morning juniors began arriving, armed with scissors, crepe paper, yarn and red construction paper. The cafeteria was in the midst of a trans- formation and a transformation it proved to be. Glue got too sticky, and crepe paper was wrinkled and stepped on from time to time, cookies were quickly dimin- ished, as was that purple stuff We drank. People were so busy taping crepe paper, fixing lights, and making the sweetheart tree they neglected lunch. Tops, for once, was forgotten. At 5:00 the final touches were put up and in place. At 8:00 or 8:30 you and your sweet- heart entered the dance by way of a large pink and red heart. The heart sprinkled ceiling radiated love and happiness. All too soon 10:30 arrived and a beaming, lovely court was presented. Can anyone forget it? THE 1966 SWEETHEART COURT.-Sue Gritlith-Freshman Attendant, Rose Martin-Junior Attendant, Mary Riley-Maid tj-Hogg, Noralyn Olom-Queen, Adela Driben-Senior Attendant, Margaret l-Iannum-Sophomore Attendant. 14' '-" 5, , 'eg ti. . fb J A fr i O u A l . I x ' s .J I 4 ? 'B are .4-P SCIENCE FAIR IT'S ACADEMIC The end of February came all too soon this year for Science students. The fair sneaked up behind you and caught you by surprise but you somehow managed to come up with something. Entering a project into the scientihc competition showed your real interest in the sciences and it was rewarding if you won. The above picture is of Richard Severance, a sophomore. He be- longs to the D. C. Jr. Academy of Science. He was first place winner of the entire fair. "The Condominium Townhouse Square" was worked on for a year and a half. He, especially, is to be commended for his fine work. Early in February our academic team made its way down to the NBC studios to compete with Gathersburg High and Sidwell Friends on the T.V. show, "It's Academic." The boys, sponsored by Mr. Mc- Blair made a line showing. Representing G. M. were Mark Mc- Dowell, Donn Crane, and Scott Fisher. FIRST PLACE WINNERS-From left to right. Steve Everett, Gail LaBough, Cary Chadd From Front Row to Back Row. Mark Greenberg, Mark Garrison, Libby Wexler, Roger Diehl, David Frazer, Tom Lewis, David Crane. "Milli r 3' f film H A ,, ,U 'L' Qwa.-A" 1,1-S g., N W, :gdb 1-'Z-,ibm TI- - , . . x . , . I A I .ls . A 'jg-', u , , ,. J- - ,-.. O w A' Q N I N, . , , ,N . V -1 V x . , . ff ,D . fi V x . ' 3 , , , ' 'LQ 246-:': ,,m,.,, .. v, H ,' ,, V - J 'eff . l. :r 'A 'fi-73' J, ull: 'Sz' di 1 . Vfff- P .-fiff mai . if 2115-f 1 V7.7 .,,.n- . if 4 'S nm. w., ,N gr - 4 , E gf at w, 9 lu. , .ff H 3 ,X " , ,V u -1 - 'I u fx 1: 'N' 1 x ' 'us' x x fls Q , 4 7 I i 15 - ,Ag I A . X , I 1 M- 13,5 .I fr , ,1, n 1 X T f 5 i ' , SUPERLATIVE V i Y' I " Q I w 1 SENIORS MOST ATHLETIC BEST LEADERS FRIENDLIEST MOST OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTORS .1 BEST ALL AROUND MOST ATHLETIC Vaughan Hidalgo and Dru Kennedy BEST LEADERS Ronnie Keeler and Cathy Edmondson MOST OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTORS Scott Fisher and Kay Kinney FRIENDLIEST Terry Tabor and Shelley Crumpler BEST ALL AROUND Jim Mattson and Marion Edwards MOST SCHOLARLY Keith Louden and Adelaide Grillo BEST LOOKING Pat McCarter and Sherry McMillen MOST TALENTED Jerry Slade and Jamie Griffith WITTIEST Sammy Vanneman and Mimi Manly MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Roger Diehl and Gretchen Bohr MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED John Riilee and Linda Lam MOST SCHOLARLY BEST LOOKING WITTIEST Q' f MOST TALENTED MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED M imzy and Happy March. traditionally, the time to worry about finances for the Prom. March, and the Junior Class begins the culmination of six months of preparation, the Junior Variety Show: "Tonight" first came impassioned posters in the halls: "Tryoutsl' soon, the "s" was dropped LiTryout-please!" Hnally, the show was cast and the rehearsals began. endless discussions between Mimzy and Happy and Mr. Howell. script conferences with Steve and Sammy Ellen's opening number. rehearsals after school and at night - C'rehearsals" spelt a new way-Hdisorganizationnj a month passes in frenzy. and then, panic and calm- "the whole school is out there! do your bestf' and they do, for two successful nights. and then, down the streets and over the river, from various cars filled with happy Juniors could be heard: "Tonight, Tonight, was not just any night Tonight the Junior Class made money!" ri I Top left. Paula Rose sings to G.M. Top riglzt. The Monogram Club in high fashion. Bottom left. The Keyettes are founded. Bottom middle. The Stomach Man. Boltom right. Steiner held up the world? jan smart homecoming queen cherry hall christmas queen noralyn olom sweetheart queen .xxx mimi manly maid of honor Sherri mc millen senior attendant mimzy tackney junior attendant adela driben honorary attendant A X' 'x l ,, Li ,M , ,.-1 V!! 11:3 ,ir"l- 'ign- fir' WW if C354 kpjjiytixlwxgi A ' A .M3yiwWWfl1yf f ff ' ' Uw3mMgw5g - Q5 WW jvv ,JL I NJ I dgjxpp QW f Ewmy I I in L., yay 95 athletics competition and fair playg victory or defeat . . learning to live no matter what the score is. playing hard yet seeing that winning isn't all that counts: it is the spirit of those who laugh with you or cry with you. . . . a spirit of a school that really counts. It fr 1. .V V XXX! X W AK. . X3 xx I. . I: vi i 'A W ' h 1:-5 .l f' '.' A X fy , . M.: is QL' ' - -V5 W : E ' I ' 4 ' . , V ., , V .al ,a f..g'ge'?t:'3e , A z" .5 V' f I 1 " ' 14.1 -t Q- f L." 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Dick Shreve, Blocking Back ,A - 1, ailing. I A Hi The Mustangs came bouncing back after their 13-0 loss to Clarke County to completely demolish Langley 35-0. After defeating Lou- doun Valley 25-7, they suffered their only league loss at the hands of a tough James Wood team 14-27. Once again the 'lLittle Redmenl' bounced back, this time to stomp Handley 21-0. Following the Handley game the Mustangs slipped into a mild slump as Herndon managed a tie at our homecoming and George Mason just edged Loudoun County 7-0 on a fourth quarter 40 yard scoring sprint by Phil Hannum. Pat McCarter cuts inside for a 7 yard gain. Mike McCarter exhibits perfect form as he booms another kickoff into the end zone In one of the biggest games of the season, Bill Fraley passed for three touchdowns as the Mustangs upset James Monroe 26-21. With the victory feeling in their blood, the George Mason gridmen journeyed to Fauquier County for a 41-7 victory over the Falcons. In the final game of the season the Mustangs finished with a flourish by handily dumping Gar-Field 41-0. Throughout the year the Mustangs proved themselves true sports- men on and off the held. Every player was an exemplification of Coach Crainls system of tough. honest football. - - 4- -- -----f--- T-1 -Y. -1-.f-- V Z., -at-,. V Z , ,,,,,,, , Y Y - . .. . itll -if Mike McCarter, End Craig Smith, Defensive Guard Vaughn Hidalgo, Wingback I Bill Toregas, Guard ' A! . ' 1-it-1 L,-9 in -1 Y 4- in Phil Hannum for twenty yards Fraley swings wide Toregas takes off Chris Wollenvberg, Tackle Carl Lindsay, Captain '66 Halfback Preston Rose, Co-Captain '66 I im Austin, Co-Captain '66 Tackle at El "- ,Sf Dave Comer, Tackle Brad Hertz, End Bob McCabe, Line .- 1 wi ' ,V kg - il A , l- i""i45.- 1- ' li ' Lgge-a2','. ,- f , ,- ZW- l " ,Z -Lg"fff'1 ' My 2 Ziff i - 5 T -f'-ff E1-.VE 'X--. n " 3 f ' i. ,A We -. rbi, , l , , l gg. - - "fin: . 'N-V 4 A, I i 26 34. ,, l ee Ie ig. 'Z-5 ii ,-r ' f l' M., 1 lil!! - """ '.: , ' Bill Watkins, End , Larry Davis, End mm AVN-H-uxmlunku -mn U':miA5?1 Bill Dressel, End Pat McCarter moves in on a Hornet The last touchdown Bill Cooksey, Guard Robert Kennedy, Linebacker Rick Lincoln, End VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD VARSITY SQUAD-Top Row: Manager Tom Newton, Tim Hough, Dave Comer, Coach Ed Sommer, Head Coach Joe Crain, Coach Jack Gambill, Ricky Lincoln, Bill Toregas, Manager Charles Stickney. Second Row: Bill Watkins, Craig Smith, Greg Lindsay, Phil Hannum, Carl Lindsay, Vaughan Hidalgo, Brad Hertz, Bill Dressel. Third Row: Mike McCar- ter, Louis Turner, Bill Fraley, Ken Lincoln, Larry Davis, Bob McCabe, Pat McCarter, Gerald Byrd, Bob Allder. Fourth Row: Bill Cooksey, Dick Shreve, Preston Rose, Nat Ames, Robert Kennedy, Chris Wollenberg, Jim Mattson, Jim Austin. Coach Jack Gambill F, Head Coach Joe Crain Coach Ed Sommer J,V. Coach Al Letiecq .l.V. FOOTBALL SQUAD -133 J.V. SQUAD-Left to Right Top Row: Coach Al Letiecq, Bill Cruise, Lin Lemon, Donnie Higdon. Second Row: Frank King, Ronnie Hoke, Ken Bailey, Frank Budge, Jimmy Anderson, Scott Cline, Mark Comer, Fred Crabill, Ricky Hull, Bob Kolonich, Clinton Snowden. Bottom Row: Charlie Newland, Bill Comber, Ray Rollins, Gary Kearns, Mike Rick, Albert Davis, Henry Hubben, Tommy Dill, Leonard Michalowsky, Danny Vines. JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD George Mason Opponent 0 Loudoun Valley 18 0 Fauquier County 27 7 Herndon 12 14 Loudoun County 24 0 Fauquier 33 Lemon cuts for daylight. King dives for his own fumble CRGSS COUNTRY TAKES SECOND IN STATE This year Coach Stacy Siders Harriers ran over all opponents in District 10 I-B Division Cross Country league. Led by Bill Crocker, Ted Yeary, and Kip Hewitt the Cross Country boys llashed to a 2nd place finish at the state championships. Bill Crocker leads the pack. , i'2gr'f l 1 Y gg: Y .i jj .TL r fr f. ZA. ig wg - si-u.,,, ,,,. f 1 ,Q , ' 1 ' -'f 1::Y. ,:'-vi' f . 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This year Coach Ed Sommer put together the kind of team it takes to go all the way. Although each mem- ber was a standout individually, it was the team and sportsmanship of the players that made them the best, that made them Number 1. AK. i l ' rl I Bangla ' l 'IB' X r-f , l fe E..-a - -Q--V: of - 1 -.:- .1-5 l l ,E y V Mn- fe f 'E' Ai' 1 . r' 5 4 ,. Louis Turner Dave Comer Vaughn Hidalgo Bill Fraley 5 N: eff -Hifz:H.eaiYtrff rl,-Zi' -J il W ff WL. gl' Qt' ',1f.':.,A If--T772 i Trwiif 5' ' 'at NN at -if 35-""P . . "L-J -'.w:f5-,Q ITQ, an l"h -'lf 1-'5"1',- i f ...----if-,:-f'1.'L'f 1 1 -'15 w X4 Carl LiHdSCy Steve Purvis Greg Lindsey Larry Sealock ur ni .N H' , :ill .' 'i lk' 'i?i2?f.'rZ B H-wg. en, B -' L 1: km' 221 5 : H -Jfxiaqai -142 , 7 1 B , 1 i f I fr Z 5 iran! -:Af - . ' ' 'lr k-5, :A , LQ1.Zi.,.v1 F1 " g 1 Gerald Byrd Dave Sandidge Bill Brown Corey Shea Tom Nugent John Schaefer THE BIG EIGHT IN ACTION . . . Fraley takes aim. Byrd shoves home another lay-up. Carl Lindsay goes for two. Hidalgo strikes again Spirited on by the cries, "I will!" and "We're Number One!" . . McCarter drives through the Herndon defense. Sealock fires from the foul line. Greg looks worried. "Dead-eye" Turner shoots again. fl V IS FOR VICTORY Left to Right: Larry Sealock, Gerry Byrd, Steve Purvis, Bill Brown, Mike McCarter, Zach Cotner, Carl Lindsey, Corey Shea, Greg Lindsey, David Sandidge, Vaughn Hidalgo, John Schaefer, David Comer, Tom Nugent, Louis Turner, Bill Fraley. Center: Coach Ed "The Bear" Sommer, Tom Newton and Jeff Fischer, Man- agers. G.M. G.M G.M G.M. G.M G.M. G.M G.M G.M G.M G.M G.M G.M G.M G.M G.M G.M Loudoun County Loudoun Valley James Wood Fauquier Herndon Clarke County Handley Loudoun County Loudoun Valley Fauquier Herndon Clarke County Handley James Wood Tournament--lst place Loudoun Valley Fauquier James Wood HERE COME THE BABY MUSTANGS "Javelin" 8065 UP f0f two Smith for two points Decreany lays it up Les Smith lets fly Thomerson hangs one J.V. TIES FOR l-B TITLE This year J .V. Coach Harold Kline brought the winning tradition back to the J .V. squad. Sulfering only one loss, their second game with Handley, the Baby Mustangs finished with one of the best records of any J.V. Basketball teams at G.M. Left to Rigl1ISlnnding.' Coach Harold Kline, Gary Lindsey, Calvert Simmons, Jeff Hobson, Scott Cline, Steve Howell, Chris Lacy, Jim O'Hara, Lin Lemon, Ted Yeary, John Cruise, Manager Jelf Fischer. Kneeling: Dennis DeCreney, Ricky Lincoln, Dave Thomerson, Les Smith, Bing Earman. Not pictured: Kip Hewitt. 114 SEASON RECORD G.M. Opponent 59 Loudoun Co. 16 49 Loudoun Val. 22 48 James Wood 33 67 Fauquier 38 43 Herndon 37 54 Clarke Co. 14 41 Handley 34 55 Loudoun Co. 26 49 Loudoun Val. 38 59 Fauquier 41 50 Herndon 47 45 Clarke Co. 30 43 Handley 52 43 James Wood 38 1966 With Coach Crain at the helm the tennis team should prove a fearsome bunch this year. Bruce Kuritzky, Skip Schwenn, Bill Brown, Calvert Simmons, and Ron- nie Williams will provide the punch and stamina needed to bring tennis honors to George Mason. To the team and Coach Crain the best of luck and may the East wind blow on your back. First Row: Mark Thur, Butch Pierce, Henry Hubbin, Calvert Simmons, Ronnie Williams, Skip Schwenn. Second Row: Bruce Kuritzky, Keith Louden, Bill Brown, Steve Abramson, Coach Joe Crain. -Loudoun Val. SPRING SPORTS SCHEDULE 1966 lf' Joe Crain-Tennis W gi L March 30 Ireton Apfil 4 Madison April 7 Jefferson APFH 14 Stuart April 18 Woodson APTH 21 Ireton APTH 25 T. C. Williams April 28 Wakefield May 2 Annandale May 5 North. Va. Reg. Tourn. Mal' 9-14 State Tournament MHY 2091 I 01 lm Johnny Gambill-Baseball Herndon Loudoun Val. Fauquier Loudoun Co. Clarke Co. Loudoun Co. Fauquier Quantico Loudoun Val Clarke Cor Flint Hill Quantico Herndon Landon Flint Hill April 1 April 5 April 8 April 12 April 14 April 19 April 22 April 26 April 29 May 3 May 6 May 10 May 13 May 17 May 20 Stacy Siders-Track Herndon Relays Herndon-Handley Herndon-James Wood Loudoun Co.-Herndon Fauquier-Loudoun Val Herndon-Loudoun Co. Fauquier Loudoun Co.-Loudoun Val. James Wood District Meet State Meet March 26 April 2 April 9 April 13 April 16 April 21 April 27 May 4 May 7 May 14 May 21 1966 BASEBALL TEAM Mr. Gambill promises that the 1966 Mustang batsmen will get their revenge for last year's dismal showing. Hard-hitting and a new field will be the key factors towards a winning season this year. We especially hope that the Mustangs will make quick work of the Herndon Hornets, last year's baseball champs. First Row: Lynn Conover, Barry Buschow, Wayne Martin, Fischer, Robert Kennedy, Pat MeCarter, Ken Lincoln, Mike Bill Fraley, Phil Hannum, Donn Crane. Second Row: Steve McCarter, Manager Paul Gibson, Manager Jim Frazer. Fourth Kaplan, Steve Everett, Zach Cotner, Greg Lindsey, Steve Row: Head Coach Jack Gambill, Pitching Coach Harold Kline. Mahan, Rob Ferris, Doug Paynter, Third Row: Manager Jeff HERE COME THE SWEAT-SHIRTED WARRIORS Fly like a bird, baby! 118 Ah! Only 15 miles to go. Stretch, Neal, stretch 1966 TRACK TEAM Full of guts and determination, the Mustang trackmen put in almost two hours a clay throwing spheroids and ellipsoids, jumping over bars, and running around in circles-all for Stacy. The track team gets its satisfaction in the individual effort put out by each member. It's man against man, but each one knows it takes a team to win. First Row: Manager Gil Hanke, Bruce Mallory, Jim Ander- Charlie Russ, Chris Larson. Third Row: Bill Davies, Bill son, Dan Vines, Laurus Newby, Manager Don Vines. Second Crocker, Travis Tabor, Neal Case, Jim Klein, Bill Toregas, Row: Jim Willcock, Steve Howell, Jack Sadtler, Billy McCor- Dick Shreve, Ronnie Keeler, Preston Rose, Dave Comer, Bob mick, Kip Hewitt, Gary Zieses, Brian Dexter, Bill Dreslin, Allder, Coach Stacy Siders. ' v 1 . ' n h i Y MQ.--'z , s , . is 533, , , , , ,K V ' ,fp-u. e 2 5 1 , I T E ' i t , , J ,K 3. : , 'i F 4 - ' '. . , i 'i J . . , ' A '. . , I VLH ,. . . , 1 i x ' f ll A 'em clubs "man is basically a political animal" after hours at GM there is always a meeting somewhere a meeting of common interests and hobbies, a meeting of minds. for fun- for learning. a club is all of these things, but it is the belonging, the being, that counts 120 ,Qa- Z x T 1 1 , 1 - 2 'L' iii! ' x 5 ' . lv ,. ' 2 .' "' 'i ' ' "'f1.-'1 .- f A V 52 gl 'Y ,113 ' , ' kg. 'ig j" , ,Q J ? if 5 - " L 'J '3 X '- ' -4 1 ., . 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MQ. . - ,g"1x,' K' ' T .qw - " P. r , 4, f 99 A na Vi' J ' ..- E, ' .. - ' ww- ,- , - -- .. . Q .,---: 1+ , L, . , 1, I' , , , sf'-I m ,H 1 STUDENT COUNCIL the Student Council spends much and chartering clubs. of its time trying to figure out exchanging, where and when it is to meet iinancing. forj ' trying to raffle off a date with how to abolish the Senate and get a handbook out toog a, rolling stone was one of the cleaning up the parking lot Indian Chief's little-known ventures 122 SEN ATE the Senate is one of our less well-known organizations meeting secretly in underground Caverns and just trying to maintain its existence, justified by informing homerooms of the SCA's every action. KEY CLUB intent on preserving their image as a service club, these "key" students put in long hours at weekly Monday night meetings, at the CP center, parking cars, playing basketball, and trying to get to the Norfolk convention l -2 ki '. ui 14112 KEY CLUB OFFICERS-T op Row: Secretary Tom Newton, Sponsor Mr. I . Layton, Treasurer Ronnie Williams. Bottom Row.' President Roger Diehl, Vice-President Mike McClure. KEYETTE CLUB OFFICERS-Top Row: Sarah . Albright, Chaplaing Wendy Gross, Junior Representativeg Marion Edwards, Senior Representative. Third Row: Jan Smart, Corresponding Secretaryg Wyatt Rider, Recording Secretaryg Charlotte Bennett, Historian. Second Row: Suzanne Riggins, Vice- Presidentg Gretchen Bohr, Treasurer. Front Row: Peggy Ewalt, President. KEY ETTE CLUB the feminine counterpart of the club across the page, the Keyettes had quite a time relocating their Vietnamese orphan and instead preferred work at the CP Center. it must be admitted that the Keyettes were better adapted to the Mother's March of Dimes than was the Key Club. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY besides playing patty-cake in the library or posing for pictures, members of the National Honor Society could also be found working on the college catalog library or studying furiously to maintain their coveted 3.25 averages. meeting on Thursday nights Csometimesl and selling Christmas cards the members of the International Relations Club kept themselves busy reading newspapers to have the background necessary to ask embarrassing questions of foreign speakers and vied with each other to produce the best brownie recipe of them all. INTERNATIUNAL RELATIONS CLUB 12 CHESS CLUB the men of the Chess Club meet weekly up in Mr. Comber's math room, eager to see the latest changes on the 'gladder" and equally eager to discuss the revolutionary chess secrets "borrowed" from neighboring clubs. what was that move Reshevsky made in Vienna? for Rome perhapsj P-KKt7 CD I announce a mate in seven. :Ag f -W4-g f ' 1,- H1 1 " -fi , 1-. -2 fx A , : K -'Quik ' 14 .1 1 3' "i 7 L 4:4"'?5--1: 'f,.wQ'wTL,f 'ff-, 1 , if if . ' ,f-:rw , -0- L I-,V fi -Y , A' ,5 ,fn --r -by..-f. 1 agp: ...W-,Q 54 figigqsifffsif-. 2 A 25'-1 , '- , img. xv .,, .. fain?- .5 -33, W M-- J - 'sim ,, s...,,.x - .v.... , ' 'sf 41 f .UI 9" -, 1f',- 5' , It 1 Q 'E ,, 5 ?':5w.i:Q51?+, f frlifivi , -:v,', -1:5 K if , 11:5 I is DEBAT E T EAM rr, K'-. 5 , Q , ig: ,- ,zf ,iff Pg:-2'f' ' . ' 'Z Rivw , -hu.. F w r 1 P 1 .ng HI-Y anyway you look at it, 'iHi-Y" spells service- parking cars at all school activities, they are famous for their unique dances and their well-kept reputation for quietly doing good. Mr. Sidenstick, Sponsor 130 TRI-HI-Y in the manner of a true Christian organizati the Tri-Hi-Y has been the personification of the word "service". giving holiday food baskets to the needy, collecting for any worthwhile cause, all done with the good spirit. on, Karen Herndon, Vice Presidentg Cherry Hall, Presidentg Wendy Gross, Secretaryg Sherri Parrish, Historiang Jickie Sides, Treasurerg Sally Shaw, Sergeant-at-armsg Kate Burns, Chaplaing Anne Rhoads, District Representative Eid, v..,,., - -, g, . ...f-..F-ql, 7-f,-T.:-..i----,f.....:g -...v.: YL- ,L --W F- - . Lln'21?f rm... '-'-'::v. "1-11, - WL ff E vs- E'fll7WZ, I In 1' fm Q1 41213 .i ga fx N Z ,I Q '.,v,N ff' 3 Z bs! L " . A ' 'f 1 X , l .1 copy and more copy, picture-cropping and layouts and trips to the postoffice at anytime of the day or night. temperamental writers and photographers, missing pictures and rulers and carbon paper and just about everything but what should be, 2 o'c1ock in the night and the editors wonder- and rewrite Frost a little: Something there is that doesn't love . a DEADLINE "If you don't give me a slurp of your Ware getting the book WHEN? sucker, I won't sneak out to Peoples' Goaded beyond endurance by Simon IQ. McBlair, underclass editor Stanley reaches for her Beretta, as other staff members watch complacently. 'f for you any more." Co-Editors Mark McDowell and Janet Hilliker LASSO one free "Lasso', and then subscribers only broken water faucet and a general flood- a paper ark Hoats by typing, recelvlng, distributing- giving the school an excellent paper. TEMPO typing proofreading illustrating mimeographjng- a new system, same old worries. new ideas, old ideas not compromising, arguing accepting and rejecting. then stapling and seeing a rustic tree or a blue sky and reading and seeing what it's all about. Left to Right: Editor Paul Weed, Art Editor Courtenay Griffith, Sponsors Mrs. Phillipe DeLaunay,and Mrs. LottiefWildman. TREND the Junior High Literary Magazine "Trend" had several successful issues this year. working long and hard on copy and layouts, they gained practice in putting out a literary magazineg proving that there will be someone here to add the new while preserving the old. DRAMATICS CLUB the Dramatics Club had a proiitable year with an excellent production of "If a Man Answers" and their new venture, three one-act plays. little is known about the goings-on backstage, but we have been assured that they were successful, too. 137 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS GF- AMERICA aiming at the perfection of the art of homemaking, members of the Future Homemakers Club spent their time wisely, watching and learning. making clothes l cooking food- learning the essentials of almost everything. 138 FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA always ready to lend training and performed deeds a helping hand to Of IHCFCY, wounded shop-students particularly or to help the nurse in making children with her daily rounds, in hospitals just a little the Future Nurses happier. received helpful FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 140 being a Future Teacher it is gaining practical is more than being a experience: member of a clubg real experience in it is listening to experts gradeschool classrooms in the field of teaching teaching, at special meetings, disciplining, and playing too and most of all, BABYSITTING CLUB E3 the babysitters made themselves available to mothers in need g and after passing a Red Cross course, they were certainly capable of handling any situation. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA these are the career girls of tomorrow, Mrs. Nadine Wilson, Sponso I' the ones who will be depended upon for expert typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and filing by a boss just on the other side of a big mahogany door. 'lk-""'i.inV -,MQ fl '---J, SPANISH CLUB Christmas piriata parties and Spanish dinners are as much a tradition at G M as are red and white, and the two Spanish societies have done their best at bringing an exciting foreign culture into our school by way of interesting bulletin boards field trips and a charming girl whom we all know as "Adela" 142 SPANISH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY QE? FRENCH CLUB Le CercleFrancaisand its sister society, La Societe H onoraire de F rangais, have carried on in the typical Gallic-traditions of the past. French movies dinners and plays are a few of the many activities in which they indulged their all-too liberal French minds. , I GERMAN CLUB steins and volkswagens, Lorelei and cameras- an appreciation of everything and anything German. you can tell a member of the Deutsche Bund- just look for the Heidelberg scar across his face. Burschen heraus! SCIENCE CLUB the Science Club has had an active and intellectually proiitable yearg members have broadened their horizons through a trip to New York and a climb up that mountain that needless to say everyone has heard of BIOLOGY CLUB biology is an odd combination of just about everything: frogs and formaldehydeg study and fun. membership prerequisite in the Biology Club is an inquisitive mind 145 MONOGRAM CLUB these men are responsible for the promotion of good sportsmanship and school spirit at G M. they live for athletics and white sweaters lettered in red Mr. Jack Gambill, Sponsor PEP CLUB 1:2 im- QE -1 -tul- meeting Tuesday afternoons in the Health Room, the Pep Club maintained their history of promoting school spirit by posting posters in the hall, by wrapping red and white around the goal posts, and by maintaining the game schedule on the bulletin board. 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V - f--- VV 1.4 . ur-v-V1 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB the Photography Club is learning all that there is to know 'about the creative art of photography g all of the mysteries of verichrome pans and the other "IKON"g and they're working hard at setting up G Mas darkroom again MAJ ORETT ES twirling batons always giving in the cold of autumn an intricate or the heat ofsummer. routine, beautifully halftime at football games done. in parades with the Mustang band- K , ': v o -. ,U L .- .-J., -ww' X L 3 l , ,-. wuz- u...,. , ---'x"' Nancy Stetter Lois Brooke Lois Snowden Diane Martin TRI-M the music room, Modern discussing Music plans for field trips, Masters singing, dancing, spent their afternoons and contemplating hirsutity meeting in the l 152 ll THE BANDS Louise Moore, President Mark McDowell, Vice President Bill Cooksey, Manager Bruce Kuritzky, Librarian Members of the All State Band THE JUNIOR HIGH BAND through of playing concerts, instruments festivals, and so that one day parades, they, too, will the Jr-High Band be members is gaining experience of the Sr-High Band in the art 154 THE SENIOR HIGH BAND in their brand- new uniforms, the Sr-High Band spent most of their time practicing down in the basement. they made an excellent showing at various and sundry concerts and festivals. 155 E, n H 'm , , , . 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NINTH AND TENTH GRADE CHOIR meeting in the morning before school- before the sun gaining experience, , touring, singing, singing, Qbutj mostly singing. 158 JUNIOR SENIOR CHOIR meeting during the finding a harpist, fourth and fifth periods, and singing Christmas carols at the Jr-Sr Choir Seven Corners- kept itself busy too bad that they the rest of the time never found the visiting an old folks' home, and World's Fair. a cerebral palsy center, 555 f X b - ' 1' 'Pr-11' i- nf: "'-ST? - fi. Sfzcw 1:11 'f ' rf m z VL, , ' '- ,M , 1 -pf ' - ' 1 'Yr-M-2 , 4 jf - C, 5 RIQQQSTWQSIQ Z - w'L2?f,, 5. it f is E., :H W. underclassmen the everyone the everybody animating the body of a spirit fifteen years oldg one large body, living and learning ' in a. forever of classes and of bells and of lunch and of gym and of dances the ins and the outs the tears l and the happiness of the big and the small not forever and ever but just until summer. Class of '71s Coming through a door and realizing that you have a long way to go. Feeling as though you don't belong Seeing a new teacher every fifty minutes . . . and carrying all your books around for the irst two weeks. Meeting new people Lockers with real locks . . . right, around once and left, then right again. Finding your place. Class elections, wearing buttons and putting up posters . . . A day and B day . . . 25 minute periods alternated with study hall. Being collegiate . . . wearing big sister's clothes . . . talking in the halls. Selling cokes at football games and sitting with your friends. The Welcome Dance . . . learning the Jerk with Shelley and Mimzy A gay year- '7l . . .your year so far away . . . yet so near or so they tell you. English with Mrs. Howze . . . or maybe Mrs. Lipsner . . . learning about Pocahontas and John Smith for the third time. The Costal Plain, the Piedmont Mr. LQ dressing for gym. Running through the showers trying not to get your hair wet. Because Larry Clendenin . . . President U Connie Cooke . . . Secretary Andrew .Acosta . Treasurer Mt' Daniel and Madison and Thomas Jeiferso Sarah Stanley. . .Class Representative Jeif Stralt- - - Vwe Presldent . are far behmd you now. You realize that here is a beginning . . . here is your future 162 Here is GM,s Future. Seventh Grade Charlie Abdo Andrew Acosta Janet Alexander Melanie Allan Judy Allder Doug Appleton Laura Avery Teddy Baim Melanie Bales Dede Baynham Debbie Blough Greg Bonner Keith Bost Vicki Boyd Lawrence Brooke Jackie Bmce Wendell Byrd Toni Calderone David Campbell Mary Carroll Jeif Casale Anita Cerio Ricky Chapins Joan Childress i " :I -'PX' wx 'l I :I ii ll! F X Vrlf ie- ' 'ff t l 1 -' eiw - i r as A gpg y 1 -fs .+L ' 1 :Q .1 t P A '- A Il ' A L in an JQAIIUI 5 - a L ,Q f . 'Y-he .:z+- l - 57 L j, ' ,-.1 -- 2 U I Q , . V N i M, ,P an g We al - "f f g 1 - '- e ,gr '57 ' 'U . . " I -1 ' ' 1 1 ji 2, A 1' ll t 2' A l 1 , .,.. 'xy J ii R- - , ' , ,f eb " 1, . . 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Meeting with guidance . . . and the seventh graders . . . on the bleachers and X hearing about your future. English with Mrs. Hamilton. . . . reading Pudd'nhead Wilson and feeling sorry for Tom's Ma. Your first term papers. . . . . Bret Harte. Everyone makes the honor roll. Changing school policies and rules. Joan Thompson . . . Vice-president Barbara Brittain . . . Treasurer Mark Garrison . . . President Lynn Muilenburg . . . Class Representative Gwen Hillman . . . Secretary a. Praying for lunch or snow or the bell. at 3:00. Class parties until iive o'clock. Mr. Dunburg and Mrs. Swackhame- trying to dance????? The Ye Bay Rums. Poor boy sweaters and penny loafers. Doing exercises to Chicken Fat and trying to sneak into the dances after the basketball games. Beginning to worry about who your friends are and what they can mean. Who is with who and What that can mean, too. The year has meant rnuchg you have learned more than books can ever tell. Watching, waiting, hoping . . . almost Freshmen. Eighth Grade inf A 'W ' 7 if e Alf 34 Zim f"'- A 'rf- B A a a S' CAT r X if A AV f ,- I " ,- f-'li It ri 7 - i ' X ' - L 1 .ri ' ' K M fi 1 L - ee 'A if A . w ir .wh -r A , X57 fi . . 4 A gr f2m f , ' 4 ' "' IJ Sri' fi 'f IQ " iiif mf wh wx A f.FgrE'Qni , I P W My li gr l . Qi , f A y .aa , ai ' , A. 5 ,J f .X '- S 4 i , 1 Larry Addison Tom Alexander Susan Ames Kurt Austin Owen Baynham Karen Black Preston Block Deborah Blystone Terry Brennan Barbara Brittain Bill Brooks Sarah Bohr Laurie Bolster Karen Boutin Ellen Budesky Owen Bullock Jim Burns Mary Burrell Ritchie Buschow Joe Casale fra ,R A RE l K...-5. V . X- , gm, . V 5 . J. V if 'H ' r 4 1 1 ,- x. I i . 1 , ,X 2+ I .1 : if A 'Kal f' Y r X .H J . . if, . 2,3 il e S' -' , L ,H QQ., V Q. 2' " ilqgbu e . j A 3- ,ggee 4 3... f I 5. E 3 ,, T., L y .. r , 1 X i lfv . , i' 64 I Ad mx l S i - ,T , ilk w , i A ' r 1 , fn". 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I-fn 5- L l ' y i fi i K 1- , , W .,,. 1 X 5 -I V L ,X ,Q J i V 1 J iv' 3,1 -L s 1 i 1 if ' ' 'qw --f K 1 '+ f ,L li.- Colleen Lynch ,, ,wuj N 'fV1V,4,g,iw I V I 'Hg Q I VA ' J: Barbara Mahaffey I ' 'V .' N V ' ' . ' 5, l V. 7 7 "Q A ' . RHIPIJ Malolfe ' 5 if ' i V ' Craig Medak F Jeannie Martin V . VW ,V V , I V VV J-0 Ann Melvin V i V ' ' 1 A . " fe ,Q :ji .gif-ff? gig: 52-'IQ,, Vicki Midkiff 1 QL .,4,, , . A , ,fi 1 , f. 3f:'?15Jg:iS!i3'i' ', yi W N , LU- . - VV .--W V i 'V VV, iifigig L, 9 ,'.,V A .v- , , lx, ' ' H" 4? 15' ,J .. , 2' F. . "f 2 "A Y ' - Y , 1 fi 'W Gordon Matheson V Q yqggi' f,kk Z i-if - ' ' L ' :V ji fl, , L xfifi D bb' M ttson ' f ' " J 1 ,I A.: ' if 1- '. mall' -7 EHJTMSXWBII ' 1 i 3 -, f , 7 - ' 6 ,fi . . ' cg lj ' ' A XA ' V L VV '- 1 - V 1-15 Linda Mler Y . j- V- . 1 '13 12: - if 1' 1 Betty McCarthy V - V 4 1 ,Vi-V ., ' Car1Miller J ' ' " 'ig X61 f j'i 'VH 8, 'ff i V , , I' ' i' Wally Miner J' ff I J J J .4 , J , L is 1 i 4.7 N ,,-'lu il ' , -. 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' we ' 'i "iz - 1 ,,. ,1,s3 g-,fa' 14,5 f ge if 1- . - 'J ' " 71 - 1 " s ' -' he me I: V -I U ,- - . 45 ' ,gale .Af g W ff- I ' 93 ' 1 T ,ft 'g Hg " T. ' e. 5' Q? 7 17 6 ,57 V S11 31 R iff P ,R - 1 L wi A. n . y. A John Payne Martha Payne John Powell Paula Redman John Roebuck Paul Ropshaw -'rl 11-1 ' . 1911: , 1 D ' sv I u il WB 11 5 . sm.- W , - 1 Van Rouse Karen Scheller VV 7 8 i ibygxu I Qtzrugj H l l fir? fl .141 Q 111- i' 1 Lili!! ' , ',f5yE?ig,w,l 1 V 1r- J jp :vi-i if 51 -f 1 ' I -165 'ff f ee lr. 1 1 ' 'fa' 1 , A 1 "il .. -' o ,X .' QVEST' Y 1 'L ' 'i A i Y f . 1 1 , 1 Z., g V ., : J ,V Y, l 1 if 3 511 1. Z in gy. Q 1,, 1 'I' 1 I Belinda Schuman Raymond Shick Dan Seidel Danny Shifflett if 1 - :ml . Ann Perry Lorenzo Rocca Warner Rose Lindy Schrenk Eric Sherman Pat Singleton ,V . S-fig , ,- 3' 1sg?HwMg?Hri 1 ' if ...Li viz" 1 ' l 1, ' ' V if-1-.Il Hi fmaef eff ieM:'Q dai aaiafl ,S gf,r1e .,M1-Q " 'A " ' j M' - S 1 'A 'IQQ5' he lQ1a-f1 ieefei 3 fd J" V- 'i iff-1. 2,3 ru? N 15E+faiwrLa Eff,nrfe1efmm 1 "' ', if 1 ' :i7f'3Ai'l-. f V 4' I , 1 0 4- A . .A Q Ai '-1 Kinsley Morse Mary O'Neale 15 ' 1 ' Q S b ' rl. 5' ,X ' 1 Lynn Muilenburg David Ordwav ' L R 1 ii' i'f 2 y be 2222133221 lfliiililitef if f fi 0 i b 1,i' S ns 11 1 f -K 'Y 1 5' Harold Nicholas Judy Parsons r 'iii ee A A ' ' e Nancy Skubal Gale Smith Katharine Snyder Elisabeth Stanley Charles Stickney Sandra Sumrall Barbara Smith George Smoot Mark Spinelli Linda Stevens Debbie Stroud Priss Tackney F-:aff ,V ' Z , vm- r Q i ig-nw , Q, Nr, 4 ri 1 ' ,ll r Q .r.,-www HT is +. D if fgfzull I il l ,fgf ,J lk, K 5 " 1 'ful-4 . . V' f -ffl :may , ' : f f ,, V w.a.,w: , ' ' "- -1 ' - ', -'H , -122' -. 74 V , ,Jw ,rf 'f a by 3 a re wr ,-5 Q- , , ,fl ' , 1 l , ' fi , ' V 1 ' A151353 . i ' , T fe T i o j V ia? ' - , V 4i:'.if.,.,s' Y ' N .gb 5 i ' ' 11 , Y , X I Y FE 2 , .l , gg if 5 . ii " ' " Q -igilff' K 5 ' ' - f -f-rg lr - ' . - " N1 '23 s 4, 2 .4 T' ' - -A , ' H '. -4 ., A '?"'jq A ' 1 -' - .fda -ff 7 'li if . sf- f v ,- ' ' A V W- 51 f- 1 1 'E I- if 'fb ' L , 7.74, I Q r YL v 4 ' , r .- 1 a o Q,Q ' n - ' ' - W Richard Tangy Brenda Thorpe Christine VanDomelen X A JV ,N ,g if rr -5 1 'EW Y , gg ' ,. - , , -v r , ,Arai -- , 'rw . . - f, - 4 I Gary Taylor James Thur Vijay Vatsia i r rf 3g ' rj 1 f ,Vg 1 X 'j gf 5, 3' if Mike Tedder Linda Tompkins Donald Vines ' A , ' - 5 if fi- ' fi l 1 ji Terry Therrien Rena Trexler Rene Walton ' , - gif f ' rr g., N Yu ? ' Joannie Thompson Gary Turner Richard Warren - - 1 ,jjri f. pi' A Jigr ififgfa , 'Lf-1 . , 2 ' .Q Tlffiiiizfi Susan Weiler Robbie Werth Lynne Westmoreland Linda Whitmer Mary Whitfield Sam Williams Eric Wolf Katherine Wood Debbie Yeary David Zell cat 173 ,,.,,,....7.v-e- Susan Griffith , . . Treasurer Ginny Bonnell . . . Vice-president Franny Roderick . . . Secretary Trash can Robin Cruise . . . Class representative Lin Lemon . . . President Class of '69 . . . great expectations . . . the first year when you didn't have to sneak into P.T.A. dances. And the year with real class projects. Becoming aware of being someone among everybody else and Wondering why everyone is changing . . . or, is it you. Freshman clean-up day. . . selling the "We're Number 1" signs and The Sadie Hawkins Dance in April. . . . people become a class in a year of change. Freshmen V 15' Y. Q' I ik I 'wi i i I wif aff' mr"L Q 'i ' . Lgili ,,. Lois Addison Ronnie Allan Jim Anderson Mary Bailey X, f - ' K X i:-1, Q wX,ifX, "Q I X -X ,, . , ,. ,, ,,, fel?" Xie' "X 6 .XX -Q is 5:13, xr I -5 xg? 1 4Ltf1i5a7': 'z! 'Q31 i "HB Q , 1 . X1 ii X '. A ,.,,.. 1, V Q 1 fvsllik ' .R rl' W I! 9'-nf If A . X L. X, bf ,1: f'f, ....l -1 ig! ffl Caroline Baum Mary Bloebaum Barbara Best Kris Boggs Donna Belmont Ginny Bonnell David Blake Rhonda Bost r , 4 X , .C 1 pg- ' - "' -A 'r v,A, ,qc X? X ' X AA711- "I X I- 5.10: r X ly M X 4 I' 4, ll, f V. 5:9 A Q Ai' ,r efijff ,,,, ' q :X- X W XX' X4 I QX1 .' X' I I 55 T. X . g' 'I " - . ,, K - , 1 il .. il' -1 X f A-. ,fl X y ' ' M X ,if ,L-J ' . X XX ,X in . - 11 X X X , .X XX "T iw" il' ' , X ' Mixihfy. I 4 ,SP 1' f . 'Li 'V - A e fr l N .1 X Q Ah X"X L W. i i ' ' .1 ,X i , ' A ffl' M l 1 fr Ai " . , - .l , Y' K H J o i . f " 'ifvfl ' f if . 9 ' if 3 I ' i l T ', V , I fl-W , f lr 5 Wars' K ' ' '. if 1 475' ' X' X E .V f 1 - illfllm fbi . Jim Boyles Lynda Brown Laura Brandt Tim Burnham Lee Brennan Michele Burns Andra Cain Dennis Chevalier Maureen Clinton Tony Carroll Donna Childs Mark Comer Paul Chase George Churchill Bobby Compher John Cruise Robin Cruise Albert Davis Bob Davis Sally Dill Joe DiPietro Joe Driver Lisa Drummond Randy Edner Jean Elam Anne Ellis Mike Ellis Linda Fernald Debbie Ferguson Adrienne Fifer Ronnie Fischer Milton Compton Kathy Conover David Corbin Beverly Cornett C A ll l .s k f ,H in 1.?..-,M,,g C -H . 1 x 9 , . J 5' ff 1 13 4 l 4 sl We T H . all E7 in , sn' v t! JI +,f"H UL' ,, 9 J 4 I I N!!!!5!J1tmiiflLl ,ffl J' i f l A Steve Cornwall 4 ,I .5 George Cotner f Fred Crabill - Kathy Crane N - 4 J C ll' C ' A A za , 51- f- .V ev. , 5 ' ESQ , ,V ' r f 5' ' " W , ,A 4 - I A' 5, V R ggi? qi ' ,nf f 9 '- in gl A 1 5 fi ,Q '. 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I J I 1 'R ' -f:'S5'QS!f- Sli' -7 Y YT, jiri ? - 1 V I 1 A , ., K Mi ' , Y Q . i G ' H TM jlif7f""Y2"f4"ii . alllll ,c Doug Hertz Don Higdon Laurie Hilliker Ronnie Hoke Chuck Holzhaur Glenda Hood X 1 William Horstkamp Y Margie Howard ' Sandra Howell r Henry Hubben ff ZLL ify Y, 1 J jf -' xi ' . 'H Mary Floyd Patricia Flynn Tom Flynn Barbara Gibson Sandy Gibson Shelia Gifford Lisa Gore Mike Grant Carol Gray Susan Grilfith Martha Grim Holly Gross Carley Hammerle Frank Hammerle Claire Hastie Dianne Head Julie Henry Jack Herndon F7 l l.. 1 ,f i L1 " A , ' ..,A 1 1 v, I I A J' Q Jr 1 , L ll . 'Wi r ' , 227' 5 J 'lit :ESQ 3 E gfr w l V X, L 5.1, . X I V l xx' J i rf li gegg l iii? f X l L ia,- r , , .i-.r r r. ' l if . ' Q ful' thx F N 31 alm a . Q, ll 'iii 5 fi' Becky Livingston Larry Longerbeam is if iff J? lf! IH Q l Bill Kohn Sharon Lawless Susan Leigh Lin Lemon J l 1. Mary Hughes John Hundley David Hunter Phil Jones Paul Johnson Wayne Jorewicz Mike Judson Paulette Kanode Michael Karnis Anne Katen Gary Kearns Glenn Kight Anne King Frank King Carol Kirby Butch Lippard Colleen Lyden lei ' 4 fi"r 1"':?i "F" ii ' v I .4 ' ,, if A ,Lai A '11 'IL' L Q10 4"-' - f,.,' lf! f if if fi-"J fx ' " LJ- ,X .N ,li . . gr, ' '? H' 9, '-'f Ll-T-is JJ A lu fb, 7, Q: ir t- gl., , -5 - A , My ,. it .1 X,-ig, .r I 141. l W. "-me 4 ' 4 z-V r 'N Z ,'.,. ,, . :L 342. . ' T f- - J . 4:-521, - Y afar .J -V ,vi-' :ifrz ': 112' ' T- , l f' ':i'.-lf' it 141 . Hin? I fb . A f J 5 li 1 ' Q L S ' w in 3 if 5 1 Levi ii L l E i f fii pflilkl ,Ui ":.Ipi'i1 FP T- V 4, -rf 'GL K V - lf .1 1,35 ' 1 lil' .. I . --.". 1 - H?m'l5','4I3ti5f J ,gi , F FU r Q' ff 15:5 - ly, 54 fe fu we ' lg 2' if-mil - . 1.5 ' 'rl Anne Lyons Don Matheson Bill Mallory Kate McDowell Susan Marshall Debbie McMillen Nora Martin Adella McNamara S l -l fi , l 1 l ,Q . - gi ,Ltr A . X F 2 llif sv r ,, E 'Qt- -- zu I ri I , Ls - , ' 'tinge-1 . 3. 1 . L- , fl I O John McTighe Diane Nash Leonard Michalowski Charlie Newland Susan Mileson Wally Nickel Nancy Miller Claire Nugent Laurus Newby Mary Oltman Cathy Owen Robert Perry Butch Pierce Ken Potter Carol Ogilvie Bill O'Neale Edward Parnell Peggy Peters Jane Pope Tom Rackowski .VO 'L 4 -v- , rf 5 A 1 'x-J.. " . 1 K 1. .ii M571- ,., 5 5 V ' . 'i N 3 V f a: ' 4 arf,-ig . ..l. papa ' VNV ,K J ag X l v' . I l f ' y.g,,,i5: r "' "WEL-4 '51 . A - ,, w '7' J .J2.."-,H If , 77 1 l ' 'f ' '- ' ' ' - r f 15 , Q, - u, f not S Cathy Rouse Robin Sandford Mike Rick Franny Roderick Paula Rose Steve Ripley Ray Rollins Marc Roskelley -X - if ,: I ,e sy, I f ' " 1 1 c. fr r V V Q, . ,V V ,. . ., ij "' ,f1" WV, 1 I 'EQ 'r ,i l 'H l l l A . , H A '- ,r l I , 1. ,Ag ',l J ,ff hy - v--. E, . ,. , iii V! DM . EI lr X fl A V T vr. we il x l P y F R , 3 1 - 1 . L, , A, 'a Brenda Schuman Malcolm Scott ff' F4 ' ?wg7 'i J: "',,T1j , . xv ,figs .Y ,Yi 4,-If li -,Zi . ' J. -.lf - Lg: . r , R A N L NL A li w Q2 , l 2 . ? -all X k A .X T, 'fi W -' Q I E .J- i l, Sharon Sebastian Rodger Souders Debbie Stalls Rae Tanner Linda Thomas Barbara Tllson Ellen Smartt Tom Speetzen Richard Stevens Chris Terman Chr1s Thorne Shirley Tolson X51 5, 1" v , l v .r3.-' - ' , 'J 1 , l e - l L V 4": e-,. ,4 -, t . ll . 4 1 . .Y,-t-QM Q! L :g 'JEL A lu- 'E W 'fl . il" A p fgq! f ' Ffyg f lit, 1 l lr RA. P, N' . W 'ff' ,A ' N fl P A Al 1 , ' .K Mark Tosti Dan Vines Barbara Troy Ellen Utterback Vicky Vanneman Ann Walsh Gina Warner Barbara Watkins , a G I. . I 1 ' . . 3'-M qh '. A- 5' "X K' 'Q .gf 'Fil 1 f, ,nga is I , I . Q 141 Ll .. -3 fu- L. N, - '3Lf:. . . 11,41 ,. .-L 2 - , 1-:yu . . . '- 1 4 , I V ,'., . .,,-, Lennice Worth Terry Wheeler Steve Whitman Craig Wildrick frwii ' 1,9 B r I 'fwu,',9w5wX' 1 l fi' I .. A a A l 'Hr ., AAi:'Q1,l l I QQ M ,fl l " ff f' , vs . ,. ,nw 1 H jgill I-aa2i1,'-5.5. ,12',2,' -.-.t1,....'. .. Jimmy Wilson Zandra Wolfrey Janet Woolsey Donna Yelverton Class of '68 Beginning a year when you finally feel like a real upperclassman. Wondering where all your class spirit from last year Went and finally deciding that this year's Freshman Class must have it- . . . while dissecting your frog or . . . maybe analyzing unknown solutions. Taking your last year of gym and at last . . . knowing what you really want to do . . . and being yourself by doing it. Being a real part of the school English with Taylor, Moyka, Vincent, Fesler, or maybe Mr. Davis . . . "a narrative a day." The Cave in March . . . A year of fewer tangible achievements than any other . . . but a year of meeting challenges and growing up. ' A .-H... :, ,. ,X ,L , ' T' r 1 " 'f 1, jj 'W "'i"i""' ' ' 1 - " Reet Pierce . . . Secretary Harriett Stanley . . . Class Representative ' Margaret Hannum . . . Vice-president f ' -N f Kate Bohr. . .Treasurer A 5- V ' Jim Willcock. . .President Sophomores fi, l M3' Q! fo Q59 .?3!l if . k, .-1 .V .V rf f N- , -K, . , 1 .-C X 5' If 4 . 'Cer 34 1. K rl jg is , ,- 4s --A a 4-3 l Myra Albright ' Nat Ames ' P' X ii' ' Jay Ardai f David Austin F! . , Ken Bailey ' Jerry Batt 1 ' :XZ l " 'L - V' p - 'Wv S 1 , , X .l -N l . 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'ui 11.-r I if-'fy f 1 in lj' .. gg" 1' :L ,as qw ag - x, ,W 1.13, 55, "2-' L, EM-Jfrifiifoiii ,gs-, f,!, Bob Strickler Carolyn West Marcia Tabor Carol Whitman Sue Thackrey Jim Willcock David Thomerson Joanna Wolf Rex Tinkham Meredy Wollenburg Helen Troy Ann Wood Linda Utterback Connie Yeaman Susan Wassmann Ted Yeary Betsy Wells Gary Zieses .LS , M' Ae: -: . V 1 f Y N :sg iii f- f-Q:-"ii . '32 " ."A:,"TvJ "W 1 .if L-.gp L JT 75' 4 "7 A -1"f in -,,,. 1, 2 I Class of '67 ax, 'wx A year of as the days turned to weeks achieving more than and the weeks to months . . ever before. 180 people became Planning, decorating, auditioning, practicing, The Class of '67. and ' Then came Spring . . . and as a class turned learning. their thoughts to U. S. History and American Lit. the school that they would run making hydrogen in chemistry and in Sept. beginning to think the sweat and tears of the hardest about seven months. . . .college. of all their lives g CeCi1'S Christmas DHHCC, bloomed into a beautiful climax Rose's Sweetheart Tree . . . the Tonight Show their Prom, . And, Their gift to those whom they had - ' ,190 Sybil Clewlow . . . Treasurer Jane Merkle . . . Vice-President Ronny Ray . . . President Wendy Gross . . . Secretary Kate Fraleigh . . . Class Representative grown up with and looked up to. It had only been a year but the longest and most beautiful year of their life and they wonder . . . How many pennies are there in the Shenandoah River? .4 Steve Abramson Happy Acosta Dan Alim Bob Allder I im Austin Tom Allder Kathi Badovinac Steve Ballard Denny Begle Charlotte Bennett Page Beverly Connie Black 'lb Eddie Cavanaugh Mark Chapman Jimmy Cheatham Jim Chorovich Sybil Clewlow Jim Coburn David Comer Bill Cooksey i ' i 4 f - mum, Q ,3 E, 1 1 ,, 1 M ' I w 1 ff i I 4 if f X - 1 i-'fins in if-iii 'i ' ' " rf' '. " ' -Q1-3.lf3iff 'Cf 1'-Wil-iii 'i g " :Y ill 5 f 3 r L xiii 'hir lla Ln-, -' Liddy Browning Jack Buchanan Linda Bunch Kate Burns Barry Buschow Sally Carlson Terry Carroll Neall Case 7 r p,,...i-' ' ix J gl ' l ui In ill JZ 5 bla-L Q-lm' , L ' A ,txhxa Q lids if 1 Y: I , E , ig' j 2 :E i V , X 1 ' , 7 . ' ' I 'K-D fl l a Q- f 1 11 Q - R. df I f S- V ,S L: . , ' "' I Y - if V ff I ff I l ref- - ,- -93'-jg.-' l in il , . , 1 Q ' - -- A M- l, ,XM vi, ff.-it . Ji. -fa . ' V ' 12:4 .- it'-ff Pi? .1,,f. 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Mike Strickler Diane Sumrall Travis Tabor Larry Stuebing Susan Swarthout Mimzy Tackney Mark Thur Beverly Warner i G p sf T C3-'X 1 .H ei' " l l ' 3 y r if-7' X 1 l Frank Warner Phil Wilmot G10fia Wilson Leslie Wildrick Cliff Wilson , I il ay ,1,. - 6.4- f.- 7' .s ' ' 4' M 'N ll l Q .F i , ' EM. , S - 15 7,. . 5 Linda Yelverton 199 SENIOR DIRECTORY EDYTHE ADDISON G.A.A. 1, 2, Chorus 3, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3 Sec., N.H.S. 3, 4. SARAH ALBRIGHT Girls Chorus 1, Pres. 3, All State Chorus 2, Concert Choir 2, Keyette Cl. 2, His. 3, Chaplain 4, Spanish Cl. 3, Treas. 4, N.H.S. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Readers Ensemble 4. RUTH ALEXANDER Senator 2. MIKE ALLAN GERRY ALLEN VICKI ALLEN Girls Chorus 1, Choir 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, Treas. 4, Jr. Var. Show 3. ARMIN ARDAI F.H.A. 1, 2, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Mustang Faculty Editor 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Senator 3, 4, National Merit Letter 4, Spanish Honor Soc. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 3, Jr. Var. Show 3. GLEN BAILEY MARY BEARD Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Jr. Variety Show 3. BOB BEVERLY Tennis Team 2. GRETCHEN BOHR Class Treas. 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Keyettes 2, 3, Treas. 4, New Delhi, India 3, Jr. Service Corps 3, Mustang, Sr. Editor 4. BILL BONNELL , Band 1, Art Committee 1, J.V. Foot- ball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio- Visual Staff 3, Tumbling Club 2, In- tramural Basketball l, 2. BRITTA BORG F.N.A. 1, 3, F.T.A. 4. JO BRIGGS Concert Choir 2, Girls Chorus 1, Choir 3, Biology Cl. 2, F.T.A., Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Tri-M 3, 4, Jr. Var. Show 3, Spanish Honor Soc. 3, Pep Cl. 4, Readers Ensemble 4. LOIS BROOKE . I Majorettes 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Girls Chorus 3, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 3. MARSHA BROWN Northwood Hlgh 1, 2, 35 PICS- Homeroom 1, 2, 3, Job Corp Co- Chairman 3, Dramatics Cl. 1, 2, 3, F.N.A. l, Executive Committee l. 200 BARBARA BROWNING F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Pep Cl. 2, Jr. Var. Show 3, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 3. PAM BRUCE SAM BUNCH Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, Chess Cl. 3, Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, and Soccer 3. SCOTT BURK Billeville Township High l, 2, 3, ?efman1Cl. 1, 2, 3, Marching Band I 3 37 ' MAUREEN BURNS GERALD BYRD Varsity Cl. 2, Var. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Var. Football 2, 3, 4, French Cl. 3, Industrial Arts 3, Band l, 2, 3, S.C.A. 3, Monogram Cl. 4, Senate 4. MARY ANN CARUSO F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, Jr. Dramatics 1, Span- ish Cl. 1, Jr. Var. Show 2, 3, Sr. Dramatics 2, French Cl. 3, Pep Cl. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3. CAREY CHADD School Newspaper 1, Cross Country 2, J.V. Basketball 2. ,DON CHAPMAN KATHY CHAPMAN Madrid High 1, Drama Cl. 1, Ski Cl. 1, Merrimont High 2, Swimming 2, Tennis 1, 2: O'Connell High 3, Choir 3, 4, Home Ec. 3, Spanish Cl. 3. GEORGETTE CHAPINS F.N.A. 1, 3, Pep Cl. 1, 3. CLAUDE CLIFTON Baseball 3. GEORGE CODREA Debate Cl. 1, 2, Pres. 4, J.H.S. 1, S.C.A. Rep. 3, N.H.S. 4, Senate 4, Spanish Cl. 4, Spanish Honor Soc. 4. JO ANN COLE F.N.A. 2, 3, Jr. Variety Show 3. CAROLYN COYKENDALL F.N.A. 1, French Cl. 2, Intramural Softball, Basketball 2, Jr. Var. Show 3, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game, Lasso 4, Mustang 3. DONN CRANE Senate l, 2, Var. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, French Cl. 2, Intramural Football, Basketball 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Mus- tang, Sports Editor 4, Scorer Basket- ball and Football 4. "Okay, Sharon. Now that we've ordered the Fizzies, get the water out of your purse APOLLO RESTAURANT Hg. Si I 607 S. Washington St. 532-8400 I ,VK g -wmgik . , R-un - l I ARFAX REALTY 500 W. Broad St., Falls Church JE4-4900 THE TELEVISION WORKSHOP 116 West Broad St., Falls Church JE2-2990 MARSHALL CRAWFORD Basketball 4. SHELLY CRUMPLER French Cl. 13 F.N.A. 1, 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 43 Cheerleading Cl. 23 F.H.A. 2, 43 Intramural Basketball and Soft- ball 23 Pep Cl. 2, 43 Class Vice-Pres. 33 F.B.L.A. 43 S.C.A. Welcoming Committee 43 Sr. Dramatics 4. SHARON CURTIS Lasso 2, 3, 43 Tempo 23 Spanish Club 1, 2. SUSAN DECKER Pep Cl. l, 23 Majorettes 2, 33 Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 33 Lasso Page Ed. 4. ALBA DE MENDOZA Spanish Cl. 4. ROGER DIEHL Latin Tournament 1, 23 Hon. Men- tion-Reg. Sci. Fair 23 Key Cl. 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 43 N.H.S. 3, 43 French Hon. Soc. 3, 43 I.R.C. 43 S.C.A. Elections Comm. Chairman 4. STEVE DRESLIN Rifle Cl. 2, 3g Hi-Y 4. ADELA DRIBEN I.R.C. 4g Keyettes 43 Spanish Cl. 4. CATI-IY EDMONDSON Girls Chorus 13 Cheerleaders Clinic 1, Pres. 23 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 3, 43 Jr. Var. Show 33 Prom Chairman 33 Sr. Priv. Comm. 33 S.C.A. Rep. 4. MARION EDWARDS Mustang 13 Cheerleading Cl. 1, 23 J.V. Cheerleader 1, Co-Capt. 23 Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Home- coming Attd. 2, 43 S.C.A. 2, 3, 43 Class Pres. 33 Var. Cheerleader .3, Co- Capt.- 43 Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 3, 43 Keyettes 3, 43 S.C.A. Exec. Comm. 3, 43 S.C.A. Treas. 4. PEGGY EWALT Band lg Choir 1, 43 F.B.A. 13 Chorus 23 Mustang 23 Keyettes 2, 3, Pres. 43 Girls Chorus Sec. 33 Tri-M 2, 3, 43 Ir.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 33 Jr. Var. Show 33 N.H.S. 3, 43 Prom Co- chairman 33 Graduation Co-Chair- man 4. STEVE EVERETT All State Band 1, 3g J.V. Football lg Key Cl. 3, 43 N.H.S. 3, 43 Sci. Fair Reg. Award 33 Spanish Cl. 3g Spanish Hon. Soc 33 Var. Baseball 3, 43 Mus- Ralnlg Ad. Ed. 43 Sr. Dramatics 43 Tri- TONY FERGUSON Band 13 Football 1. DEBBY FERRELL Cheerleaders' Clinic 13 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 33 Spanish Cl. 1, 23 Pep Cl. 2, 3, 43 Lasso 33 Jr. Var. Show 33 Sr. Dra- matics 3, 43 Christmas Court 43 Readers Ensemble 43 Senate 43 Thes- pians 4. SCOTT FISHER Basketball and Track Mgr. 13 Biology Cl. 23 French Cl. 2, Treas. 33' S.C.A. Art Comm. 2, 3g Sr. Dramatics 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 43 Thespians 2, 3, 43 Va. Boy's State 33 Key Cl. 3, 43 'gBest All Around Jr.XBoy" 33 Class Vice-Pres 43 Mustang Ed. 4. DIANE FLICK Future Business Leaders of America 4. Www 'L' I tif . 3" R., I A , -- .bi , i ff 5 ' V 'r f I , V. , N ,. .WM . Aug -., 1 MEF. .45 , AL FORTNER F.N.A. 33 Ride Cl. 33 Audio-Visual 43 Key Cl. 4. PAT FREEHILL JANIS GENTRY Pep Club 1, 2, 3g F.H.A. 4. GAYLA GIBSON Cheerleading Cl. 1, 23 Choir 1, 2, 33 Horizon Cl. 1, 2, 33 J.V. Cheerleader 13 Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3, 43 F.H.A., His. 3, Pres. 43 Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 33 Jr. Var. Show 33 Keyettes 4. JOAN GILMORE Band 1, 23 Girls Chorus 1: Choir 2, 43 Latin Cl. 23 Girls Softball 23 Sr. Draniatics 2: Jr. Girls Chorus 33 Jr. Var. Show 33 Pep Cl. 3, 43 Tri-M 3, Treas. 4: Readers Ensemble. Pres. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4. LYNN GOMES Christmas Dance 33 F.N.A. 3, 43 Homecoming Dance 43 Jr. Var. Show 33 Mustang 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4. CONNIE GOODYEAR JAMIE GRIFFTH Class Treas. 2, 33 Pep Cl. 23 Spanish Cl. 23 Spanish Hon. Soc. 23 Jr. Var. Show 33 P.T.A. Art Award 33 Sweet- heart Dance Comm. 33 Mustang 43 Tempo, Art Ed. 4. ADELAIDE GRILLO Latin Cl. 13 N.H.S. 3, Sec. 43 French Cl. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4. PAUL GUGEL Audio-Visual Staff 1, 23 Hi-Y 2, Sec. 3. JOHN GUY Chess Cl. 23 Cross Country 33 Span- ish Cl. 3. CHERRY HALL F.T.A. 33 Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 33 Jr. Var. Show 3g Mustang 33 Jr. Attd. Sweetheart Court 33 Christ- mas Dance Court 43 Sr. Dramatics 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Pres. 4. BUNNY HAMBURG Cheerleaders' Clinic 1, 2, 3, 43 F.N.A. 13 Girls Chorus 13 Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3, 43 J.V. Cheerleader 23 Jr. Var. Show 33 F.T.A. 3, 43 Var. Cheer- leader 3, 43 Spanish Hon. Soc. 43 Prom Queen 4. SCOTT HANSBARGER CLAUDIA HARCOURT French Cl. lg Band 23 Intramural Baseball 2. BOB HARMON Hi-Y 4. DIANE HARRELL MacEands Jr. High 13 Chorus l, 2, 3, 43 Debate Cl., Vice-Pres 1, Pres. 23 Volleyball 1, 33 J. T. Wright School for Girls 23 Pep Cl. 2, 43 Dramatics 2, Sec. 3, 4g Cheerleader 2, 3g Ben C. Rain High 33 Class Chaplain 33 F.H.A. 43 F.T.A. 43 Keyettes 4. MARK HAYNIE Track 4. 202 JANE HEATH Band 1, 2, 3: F.N.A. 1, Vice-Pres 2: Spanish Cl. 43 Spanish Hon. Soc. 4. RAY HENRY KAREN HERN VAUGHN HIDALGO Var. Baseball 1, 2, 33 Sr. Dramatics 2, 33 Var. Basketball 2, 3, 43 Jr. Var. Show 33 Monogram Cl. 3, Vice-Pres 43 Var. Track 3, 43 District Football Team 43 Var. Football 4. JANET HILLIKER Girls Chorus 1,x2, 33 Choir 2, 43 F.T.A. 2, 3, Hist. 43 French Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Lasso 3, Co-Ed. 43 N.H.S. 3, 43 Sci. Fair Award 33 Tri-M 3, 4. STEVE HINCHCLIFFE Variety Show M.C.. 4. DAVID HOLMES Madrid High 13 Ski Cl. l3 Jr. Var. Show 33 Spanish Cl. 3, Vice-Pres. 43 Spanish Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Sr. Dramatics 3, 43 Va. Boy's State 33 I.R.C. 4. SHARON HOLMES F.N.A. 1, 23 Math Cl. 13 Choir 23 N.H.S. 3, 43 German Cl. .43 I.R.C. 4. TIM HOUGH Hi-Y 33 Var. Football 3, 4. ANN HUGHES French Cl., Sec. 13 Sec. 23 F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Senator 23 Sr. Dramatics 23 French Hon. Soc. 3, 43 Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Game 33 Jr. Var. Show 33 Lasso 4. MERRILL HUNT Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls Softball 13 Pep Cl. 2, 3, 43 Jr. Var. Show 33 F.B.L.A. 43 Senate 4. DAVID HURT French Cl. 1, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 43 Bi- ology Cl. 23 Lasso 2, 33 Sr. Dramatics 2, 33 French Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Treas. 43 I.R.C. 3, 43 Jr. Var. Show 33 Mus- tang 3, 43 N.H.S. 3, Treas. 4. MARIE JACKSON Tri-Hi-Y 2. ANDY JOHNSON Cross Country 3. 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STUDENT SENATE Mark Siniard, Ralph Malone, Lance McCraeder, Bobbie Werth, Bill Fra- ley, Joyce Hileman, Susie Ames, Su- san DuPont, Lani Fisher, Maxwell Turner, Laura Mongole, Katie Knud- son, Laura Boston, Gerald Byrd, Andy DuPont, Jane Heath, Merrill Hunt, Mike O'Hara, Sid Yeaman, Tom Alexander, Debbie Ferrell, Pat Murphy, Charlotte Bennett, Wendy Gross, Sherry McMillen, Jim Lacy, Dana Gore, Susan Swarthout, Anita Cerio, Mary McCarthy, Barbara Mahaffey, Bill Ellis, Beth DuPont, Armin Ardai, Mimi Manley, Calvert Simmons, Bonnie Stanchan, Leslie Wildrick, George Codrea, Jan Smart, Tom Alder, Ellen Smart. BANDS Louise Moore, Pres.g Mark Mc- Dowell, V.P. 8a Treas.g Judy Beitle, Sec., Bruce Kuritzky, Libr. 84 Drum Maj.g William Cooksey, Manager. ALL STATE BAND MEMBERS Bill Cooksey, Steve Everett, Keith Louden, Mark McDowell, Louise Moore, Rick Sebastien, Tom Smith. SENIOR HIGH BAND Susie Ames, Caroline Baum, Judy Beitle, David Blake, David Blanken- ship, R. Scott Burke, Tim Burnham, Barry Buschow, Dennis Chevalier, Bill Cooksey, Helen Cooksey, Joe Driver, Randy Edner, David Evans, Steve Everett, Linda Fernald, Eric Fox, Pete Fredenburg, Dick Freden- burg, Bob Gray, John Hare, Laurie Hilliker, Glenda Hood, Bruce Kuritzky, Gail Labaugh, Ann Larson, Jimmy Leonard, Robert Lewis, Keith Louden, Barbara Mahaffey, Mark McDowell, Louise Moore, Charles Newland, Peter Overby, Russ Parrish, Thomas Rackowski, Steve Ripley, Ray Rollins, Ricky Sebastian, Wen- dell Shelburne, Win Singleton, Tom Smith, Tom Spetzen, Barbara Troy, Christine Van Domelen, Danny Vines, Steve Whitman. JUNIOR HIGH BAND Meredith Baynham, Laurie Bolster, Larry Brooke, Don Burns, Richie Buschow, David Campbell, Brian Conneally, Connie Cook, Betty Eckert, David Hooper, Bob Hunt, Joann Johnston, Sheila Jones, Barry Kain, Fred Lane, Bob Macomber, Roger McCleskey, Ann Newton, Fred Norman, Garry Parrish, Warner Rose, Patty Sachs, Mary Seal, Ray Schick, George Simpson, Elizabeth Stanley, Sarah Stanley, Jeff Strait, Vijay Vatsia, John Velasquez, Dave Walton, Fred Watson, Robbie Werth. 207 BIOLOGY CLUB Richard Briggs, Pres.: Mark Hutchins, Vice-Pres.: Steve Papanicolas, Treas.: Kathie Crane, Secretary.: Ralph Cox, Joe Cumming, Charles Edner, Anne Ellis, David Evans, Frank Hammerle, Elaine Heeter, Marianne McGlynn, Sharon Moran, .Mike Parcel, Paul Ropshaw, Rae Tanner. Sponsor: Mrs. Maxine Ropshaw. CHEERLEADING CLUB Bunnie Hamberg, Pres.: Mary Riley, Vice-Pres.g Beth Sitto n, Sec.: Margaret Quam, Treas.g Cathy Owen, Historian: Ginny Bonnell, Marion Edwards, Margaret Hannum, Elaine Heeter, Reet Pierce, Suzanne Riggins, Jan Smart, Mimzy Tackney. Sponsor: Mrs. Marjorie Humphreys. READERS' ENSEMBLE Sarah Albright, Charlotte Bennett, Joann Briggs, Brenda Brittain, Debbie Ferrell, Dick Fredenburg, Joan Gil- more, Karen Herndon, Pat Judson, Beverly Moore, Bill Parnell, Kathy Schiavi, Skip Schwenn, Wayne Smith, Mr. Richard Howell, Sponsor. 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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Gretchen Bohr, Pres.g Terry Tabor, Vice-Pres.g Pam Williams, Secretary, Jo Ann Briggs, Treas.g Sally Carlson, Chaplain, Gail Neubeck, Historian, Janet Hilliker, Librarian Britta Borg, Marion Edwards, Bunnie Hamberg, Diane Harrell, Sally Herb, Ann Hughes, Mike O'Hara, Kathie Peters, Kathy Schiavi, Angela Taylor, Ellie Trapp, Beverly Williams, Marshall Woolner, tSeniorsJg Charlotte Ben- nett, Paul Gibson, Diane Hillman, Ann Kenyon, Kathy Lavender, Leslie Wildrick CJuniorsJ. Sponsor: Mrs. Margaret Hamilton. 210 GERMAN CLUB Tom King, Pres., Marshall Woolner, Vice-Pres., Ann King, Secretary, Mark Hutchins, Treas.g Jeanne Hass- man, Ricky Hedeen, Sharon Holmes, Laura Killam, Carla Rosenberger, Malcolm Scott, Tom Speetzen, Craig Wildrick. Honorary Member: Mr. Richard Brown, Sponsor: Miss Kath- erine Trost. INTERNAT'L RELATIONS CLUB Paul Weed, Pres.g Wyatt Rider, Vice- Pres.g Libby Weider, Sec., Robert White, Treas.g Steve Abramson, Ginny Callanen, Roger Diehl, Adela Driben, Kate Fraleigh, Kip Hewitt, David Holmes, Sharon Holmes, For- rest Hunter, David Hurt, Keith Louden, Mark McDowell, Alice Pierce, Loretta Potter, Susan Swarth- out, Angela Taylor, Eleanor Trapp. Sponsor: Mr. James McBlair. KEY CLUB Roger Diehl, Pres., Mike McClure, Vice-Pres., Tom Newton, Sec.g Ron- nie Williams, Treas.g Nat Ames, Steve Everett, Scott Fisher, Al Fortner, Dick Fredenburg, Phil Han- num, Alan Hurt, Ronnie Keeler, Keith Louden, Steve Mahan, Jim Mattson, Ronnie Ray, Preston Rose, Skip Schwenn, Calvert Simmons, Steve Simmons, Win Singleton, Bob Steiner, Terry Tabor, Paul Weed, Phil Wilmot. Sponsor: Mr. Jerome Layton. - V' sun 5 nun MUNSON REALTY 205 Park Ave. Realtors-Members Multiple Listing Z .,-Wm.-,,,.. ,-'Ig-,.,. HARRY J. O'MEARA TILE COMPANY Ceramic Tile and Installation 1113 W. 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LASSO Janet Hilliker and Mark McDowell, Editors-in-Chief, Mike O'Hara, Busi- ness Mgr.g Myra Albright, Mike Jud- son, Mary McClure, Jonathan Olom, Peter Overby, Alice Pierce, Editorsg Dennis DeCreny, Joe Driver, Diane Hillman, Allan Hurt, Sharon Moran, Pam Sager, Sharon Sebastian, Tom Smith, Technical Staffg Steve Abram- son, Gretchen Bohr, Rick Briggs, Sharon Curtis, Darlene Goodyear, Sue Griffith, Holly Gross,'John Hare, Keith Louden, Kay Kinney, Alice Pierce, Harriet Stanley, Helen Troy, Ann Walsh, Reporters. Sponsors: Miss Ellie Euler, Miss Patricia Nead- erhouser. MATH CLUB Kurt Austin, Ted Bain, John Mc- Clure, Paul Compton, Mark Garri- son, Frank Hammerle, Marianne Mc- Glynn. Sponsors: Mrs. Judith Walker, Miss Helen Yowell. MONOGRAM CLUB Mike McCarter, Pres., Vaughan Hidalgo, Vice-Pres., Steve Simmons, Sec.-Treas.g Pat McCarter, Sgt-at- Arms, Jerry Byrd, David Comer, Bill Crocker, Bill Fraley, Paul Gibson, Phil Hannum, Bob Kennedy, Ken Lincoln, Carl Lindsey, Greg Lindsey, Steve Mahan, Jim Mattson, Tom Newton, Craig Norman, Preston Rose, Dick Shreve, Calvert Simmons, Jerry Slade, Louis Turner, Ronnie Williams, Ted Yeary. Sponsor: Mr. Jack Gambill. MUSTANG Steve Abramson, Armin Ardai, Fac- ulty Editorg David Blake, Gretchen Bohr, Senior Editor, Barbara Brown- ing, Donn Crane, Sports Editor, Steve Everett, Scott Fisher, Editor-in- Chiefg Bucky Gibson, Wendy Gross, Elaine Heeter, David Hurt, Keith Louden, Rose Martin, Club Editor, Linda Moss, Tom Newton, Noralyn Olom, Wyatt Rider, Business Editor, Pam Sager, Kathy Schiavi, Jickie Sides, Features Editor, Harriett Stan- ley, Underclass Editor, Terry Tabor, Paul Weed, Literary Editorg Sid Yea- man. Sponsor: Mr. James McBlair. 211 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Mark McDowell, Pres., Sarah Al- bright, Vice-Pres., Adelaide Grillo, Sec.g David Hurt, Treas.g Armin Ardai, Charlotte Bennett, Gretchen Bohr, Brenda Brittain, Barbara Browning, George Codrea, Vera Cortada, Donn Crane, Roger Diehl, Steve Everett, Peggy Ewalt, Wendy Gross, Karen Herndon, Janet Hilli- ker, Sharon Holmes, Bob Johnson, Ronald Keeler, Keith Louden, Jane Merkle, Mike McClure, Sherry Mc- Millen, Louise Moore, Sharon Moran, Noralyn Olom, Put Parker, David Paynter, Wyatt Rider, Suzanne Riggins, Skip Schwenn, Steve Sim- mons, Larry Stuebing, Susan Swarth- out, Terry Tabor, Janice Thompson, Paul Weed, Libby Wexler, Robert White, Leslie Wildrick. Sponsor: Miss Patricia Ettie. PEP CLUB Linda Lamb, President, Jan Smart, Vice-Pres.g Mimzy Tackney, Sec.g Joan Gilmore, Treas.g Kate Fraleigh, Historian, Myra Albright, Laura Bos- ton, Ginny Bonnell, Kay Bowie, Jo Briggs, Ginny Callanen, Pam Childs, Beth DuPont, Suzanne DuPont, Marion Edwards, Lani Fisher, Gayla Gibson, Joan Gilmore, Susan Grithth, Martha Grim, Bunnie Hamberg, Margaret Hannum, Pam Harlow, Diane Harrell, Claire Hastie, Elaine Heeter, Karen Herndon, Ann Kenyon, Carol Kirby, Linda Krog- mann, Linda Lamb, Kathy Lavender, Midge McQuary, Nora Martin, Rose Martin, Kinsley Morse, Lynn Muilen- 212 berg, Cathy Owen, Reet Pierce, Margaret Quam, Louise Rhodes, Cathy Rice, Suzanne Riggins, Mary Riley, Linda Ritenour, Jane Rollyson, Pam Sager, Shelly Sealock, Sally Shaw, Jickie Sides, Pat Singleton, Beth Sitton, Donna Sitton, Jan Smart, Peggy Smith, Harriett Stanley, Sarah Stanley, Diane Stevens, Beverly Street, Angela Taylor, Priscilla Tackney, Susan Wassmann, Betsy Wells, Caroline West, Pam Wolleu- berg. Sponsor: Mrs. Marjorie Hum- phreys. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Tom Smith, Founderg Dan Alim, John Fisher, Janet Hilliker, Jeff Kohn, Jim Mims, Sharon Moran, Loretta Potter, Skip Schwenn. Spon- sor: Mr. John D. Murdaugh. SCIENCE CLUB Van Rouse, Presidentg Marianne Mc- Glynn, V.P.g Laurie Bolster, Sec., John Betts, Kevin Burns, Mark Gar- rison, Jack Herndon, Gary Lyman, Richard Warren. Sponsor: Mr. Jerome Layton. SPANISH CLUB George Codrea, Pres., David Holmes, Vice-Pres., Sarah Albright, Sec- Treas.g Kathy Badovinac, Carlene H u R. S. MYERS INC Frigidaire and Maytag Sales and Service 533-1593 THE SINGLETON COMPANY, INC. Suite B-4, Virginia Building 533-7878 210 Little Falls St. Falls Church, Va. 22046 For all your Real Estate needs. WALLACE AND MONROE PHARMACY 438 S. 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TRI-HI-Y Cherry Hall, President, Karen Hall, Vice-Pres., Wendy Gross, Secretary, Jicki Sides, Treas., Sherri Parrish, Historian, Anne Rhoads, Dist. Rep., Sally Shaw, Sgt-at-Arms, Kate Burns, Chaplain, Jo Ellen Begle, Dorothy Boland, Pam Childs, Terry Clement, Robin Cruise, Ellen Davis, Carol Ep- stein, Elizabeth Garrison, Cecil Gib- bons, Joan Gilmore, Lynn Gomes, Adelaide Grillo, Holly Gross, Elaine Heeter, Sally Herb, Pat Houston, Sharon Johnson, Mary Susan Jones, Kathy Lavender, Midge McQuary, Dane McMillen, Julie Manning, Diane Martin, Linda Mathes, Beverly Moore, Linda Moss, Loretta Potter, Louise Rhodes, Suzanne Riggins, Pam Sager, Robin Sanford, Mary Seed- lock, Peggy Smith, Lois Snowden, Beverly Street, Linda Street, Marcia Tabor, Betsy Thompson, Betsy Wells, Gloria Wilson, Linda Yelverton. TRI-M Keith Louden, President, Louise Moore, Secretary, Jean Gilmore, Treasurer, Sarah Albright, Charlotte Bennett, Jo Briggs, Brenda Brittain, Linda Bunch, Bill Cooksey, Steve Everett, Peggy Ewalt, Dick Freden- burg, Joan Gilmore, John Hare, Karen Herndon, Janet Hilliker, Pat Judson, Bruce Kurtizky, Keith Louden, Karen Lucas, Mark McDowell, Beverly Moore, Louise Moore, Ronny Ray, Wyatt Rider, Wayne Smith, Members: Ken Bost, Karen Deans, Helen Troy, Ann Wood, Apprentices. Sponsors: Mr. Richard Howell and Mr. James Wynn. 213 ii AALAVLWIQ f AARON5, INC. 440 South Washington Street Falls Church, Virginia ABC TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 7221 South Washington Street Falls Church, Virginia A 84 R TOOL RENTAL 7131 Lee Highway Falls Church, Virginia BROWN'S HARDWARE 106 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia BROWN'S MEAT MARKET Falls Church-Springfield Vienna-McLean BURNS BROTHERS CLEANERS 6924 Old Dominion Road McLean, Virginia C. M. 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HIRST T yson's Corner Vienna, Virginia SEATON LANE SCHOOL 1001 Seaton Lane Falls Church, Virginia SINGER SEWING CENTER Seven Corners Shopping Center Falls Church, Virginia SMITH Business MACHINES INC. 804 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia SNYDER'S HARDWARE Lee Highway Sc Fairfax Drive Arlington, Virginia STANLEY R. ROWLAND CO. INC 120 East Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia TEMPLE BUSINESS SCHOOL 2932 Patrick Henry Drive Falls Church, Virginia THOMPSON 81 CASE, INC. 226 West Broad Street Falls Church, Virginia TOWN 81 COUNTRY 1450 Chain Bridge Road McLean, Virginia WEONA BEAUTY SALON 116 East Fairfax Street Falls Church, Virginia WISSINGER CHEVROLET Seven Corners Falls Church, Virginia WILLIAM STALCUP FURNITURE CO. 442 S. Washington St. Falls Church, Va. YATES PRINTING ECO. 6900 me Highway Arlington 13, Virginia 532-7292 PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Crabill Lt. Col. and Mrs. W. E. Nickel Mrs. I. J. Cassidy and Peppe MANASAR: DFM Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ciaccio ' Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kerr Mrs. Vera Louden Mrs. William Davis Mrs. V. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Bronstein SPPG: Darjeeling Chapter Mr. Robert W. Dunberg Edgar R. Gabler Dr. and Mrs. Iohn Toman V. I. C. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swire Eleanor Swackhamer Patricia Neaderhouser Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Euler SPPG: Annandale Chapter John Dandridge Murdaugh Captain and Mrs. E. C. Rider Beta Gamma Pi Delta SPPG: Berkley Chapter International Fellowship for the Advancement and Defense of Learning and Culture-1966 What is Truth, mortals, for who are you to judge? Where were you on the dreadful mornings, and Where will you be, come September? for you laughed when WE sat down to play the piano, but now look W. 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