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

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G.M. is Growing . . . in Maturity . . . a modular system that put the responsibilities of conduct on each student, creating a casual campus atmosphere never before known to the school . . . a monitoring system run by the students themselves . . . new freedoms and new responsibilities for each individual. . . and the entire student body . . 'V .fr-' 'f...f' M ,-. 5 Y,-Y.Lb,.d , , l 'E -',lqk"""-en. 11 -41' w w 4 w - 4 , ai 1 '- X L 1. ,x S , Q, -39:3 Hffr.: Vigil. . 'f A A .fa wan Q 'f S. l'1u ,l'-W' fn, P4 H1' 1, ner, 9' pn ran Nu-- -my, ,L A 1 - S 4 J wg.. ' T'- 421' lf? 1,21 Wi . 4 , if Qs 'Nr M 5? ' V T . G.M. is growing . . look around you, but don't let it pass you by . . A special year because it's Your school now . . . six long years of laughing and crying and working and cheering have made it that Way , . . saving the Lasso and the Mustang and providing an example of LEADERSHIP and UNITY that G.M. will follow for years to come . . but there's always time to lounge on the smoking court and kid around with I .D. and enjoy the best year of your life . . . . . and you look forward with mixed emotions to that June evening when you will ring the Senior Bell for the last time . . . SENIORS 1967 1- -W f SENIORS lj 'LYYJ' fa.. Stephen Joseph Abramson Steve Life is always fun with "Sim- ple" around. Just hint a little and he'll rattle off one of his monologues for you. With a big smile on his face, he passes out Beach Boy pictures, pas- sionately defends Mad Maga- zine, or occasionally mentions some group called Mottsac. Francis Acosta Hffmvy Happy is well known and liked for his warm personality and extensive talents. His guitar has entertained many from G.M. to O.C. When not soliciting funds for the Film Union, or talking a teacher out of a bad mood, Happy just tries to be . . . Happy- Dan Alim Dan . Best known as 'lFat Dann, this walking encyclopedia of car facts roamed the halls looking for a victim. His speeches all began with a poking linger and the great statement of "Let me tell youln Robert Carl Allder Bob Bob is one of G.M.'s more out- standing products. Despite his wild weekends, he has managed to meet his athletic obligations, showing his skill in football and soccer. He has a well- roundcd personality: well- dressed, well-known, well-built, well-liked . . . well, well. nl., Y ny 53551, EM T' ef., NJ hp IA.. 1- v P.. Thomas Wayne Allder T om Tom could always be found cramming for a chemistry or physics test or just riding around in his little blue MGB. G.Mfs only legal student voter, Tom was envied for his beauti- ful blond hair and exquisite clothes, but will be most re- membered for the ready ear he had for everyone's problems. 'F rv so .eval Robert Arant Bob Hawaii's gift to George Mason, complete with grades, Bob was truly someone to marvel at. Whenever asked to work, he pitched in whole-heartedly, and will long be remembered for his outstanding intelligence. Will we ever forget his mod slacks? James Robert Austin Jimmy The co-captain of the football team was a quiet fan of "long hair? A Valiant with a white racing stripe . . . Christmas King slow smile Jimmy was Jimmy. Kathleen K. Badovinac Kathy It seems that Kathy is perpet- ual motion. She's a happy kind of person who is always ready to help with Chemistry home- work or listen to other's prob- lems. SHOINEIS U in 1 f .v V ll Qi , 1-A--. Illgt -, . AQ! Steven Paul Ballard Steve As an O'Connel1 convert, Steve lit into our hectic school schedule with ease. Whether taking off in one of his "sports coops" or struggling through Government, he looks forward to graduation with anticipation. Wg- shit' David Batchelor David As an officer of the Hi-Y, Dave was always ready to serve and help for the G.M. cause. Dave will be remem- bered for his metalworking and mechanical ability, and as being the life of Mr. Davis' English class. Charlotte Bennett Charlotte Voted Most Scholarly, Char- lotte is an authority on every- thing from French verbs to Chemistry equations. P e t i te Charlotte, who keeps the clubs in business, is loved and re- spected by everyone for her kindness and sincerity. Elizabeth Page Beverly Page One of our "red" heads. Page works hard arranging a beauti- ful wardrobe, when not roam- ing the halls looking for fun. Wherever you go, there is Page, ready to help for any cause. And as many say . . . "another Page in life" . . . a wonderful Page. Carlene Loretta Black Connie Connie's the petite girl with the long brown hair and happy smile. Friendly and witty, to be around her is to laugh. A good friend, she'll listen to every- one's sad story. Edward Herman Bloebaum Er A quiet lad, Ed finds it difhcult to keep his mind off the class across the hall. Always finding time to sleep during school . . . always first to leave class . . . somewhere he finds time to pull good grades. Dorothy Susan Boland Dorothy Head seriorita of the Spanish Club and Spanish Honor Soci- ety, Dorothy did more than her share of service to the school. With her jovial atti- tude, she was ever ready with the latest news concerning la use de '67. Sherri Eileen Borellis Sherri Coming from Texas at the be- ginning of her Junior year, Sherri quickly became part of the Spirit of '67. Usually seen bombing around in her '60 Falcon, twirling a flashy baton, or typing everything, she was a beautiful Senior attendant at Homecoming. 'Q I ""' ' lil, . ll "W ue- ' ..-1:1 N. Katherine Fenton Bowie Kay With her long hair, pretty face, and constant smile, Kay was present at all football games, watching with crossed fingers. Ready for fun at the smallest suggestion, she would put on a large jersey, for football or basketball and head for Rob- erts Park. Half the Christmas Court . . . half of Kay and Jimmy. Brenda Fay Brittain Brenda Miss S.C.A. Doughnut Queen . . . if you ever needed to be cheered up, Brenda was the one to talk to. As she "piloted" her way down the halls, "The Red Baron" was and is com- pletely unpredictable. Known for her "unique" laugh, and imitations of her mother's driv- ing, she could make any situa- tion hysterical. William Cecil Brown Bill Bill is the silent one who is always dropping things and then looking at them in a puz- zled, forlorn way. He spent this year sleeping or opening invita- tions from colleges, though oc- casionally he could be seen on a basketball court, or running backwards in a crosscountry race. Charles Millard Browning Charlie While leading our class to great accomplishments and recognition, Charlie, as our "Best Leader", took time to find the joys in life . , . guided by a lone star and the sounds of laughter. Hard working when the need arises Charlie. ' . 1 -5 X Elizabeth G. Browning Liddy An active member of the Class of '67, Liddy has a ready Wit. She could often be seen pound- ing a gavel on Mrs. Wither's desk, skipping down the hall, playing hop scotch, running across the front lawn,, or cheer- ing our teams on to victory. John Blair Buchanan, H Jack A connoisseur of "wine, women, and song" . . . Mrs. Rooney's Ichabod . . . Senior girl's coach, Jack is G.M.'s an- swer to Surfer Joe. But re- member, "live and learn, die and forget." 'N Alison Ross Buchanan Alison Our SUPER-lass from Scot- land, Alison and her never fail- ing sense of humor was always around. Whether trying to un- derstand Mr. McBlair's puns, cheering on the SIMARI- TANS, or finding new things to do in her "Wonderland", she will long be remembered for her LOVE of ice cream. sag. I Sq. ,f 4 ...Fr N X X V I I '55 jf' Linda Katherine Bunch Linda Linda is one of those rare peo- ple who seem to be in a good mood all of the time. To her, Fantastic and Peter, Paul, and Mary are synonymous. Just ask her and then settle back for an enjoyable hour of enumerations on the subject. lf Kathleen Burns Kate The great '4dunker", Kate was a very active member of the Senior girls basketball team. Her infectious laugh and crazy personality made almost every "gathering" an experience. sEN1oRs lj Barry David Buschow Barry Though a loyal member of the G.M. band, Barry somehow found time to play basketball in Roberts Park. A tall easy- going guy, with red hair, his slow smile and "Well Hello Miss 1 ln, made him a great friend. Sara Lee Carlson Sally Our answer to the "Little Old Lady from Pasadena", Granny is not one to sit around, whether it be dancing to "Frostie" or doing her funny commercials. Sally takes an ac- tive part in class and club ac- tivities. Sally is . . . Sally. Neall Wayne Case Neall The driver of the blue Fiat made his mark on the track team as a hurdler. Neall was always ready to give a smile and a friendly hello to every- one. His work for the class of '67 will never be forgotten. Terrence Lord Carroll Terry The small lad with the big laugh . . . Terry could usually be found putting any group in- to hysterics with his antics. Popping into Physics just for fun, he could be seen with a sly "what now?" smile. Francis Edward Cavanaugh Eddie Big, good-natured, and under- standing, Eddie kept us all in- formed on "What's Happening" every weekend. The master of bookkeeping, he's constantly baffled by the female sex. Us . Evelyn Jone Chamblee Lynn With a "Hi" for everyone, our little "Southern Bell" has her own unique laugh, eyes, walk, and sharp wit. You always know when Lynn is around . . . there is always laughter. Her 'incomparable personality will not soon be forgotten. Mark Stephan Chapman Mark A quiet boy . . . a serious atti- tude . . . a great drive . . . Mark makes the best of any situation put before him. A lover of good music, he is al- ways at band concerts. James Roger Chorovich Tro One of the taller members of the Senior class, Tro was con- stantly ready for fun and games. Wearing many "un- usual" clothes, he would bop from class to class with hopes of finding more of the interest- ing things in life. -x x Sybil Derrington Clewlow Sybil Sybil is an individual both in personality and ideas, always willing to fight for what she believes. She not only has the ability to cheer up people with her friendly and sincere warmth, but is also an excel- lent equestrian. fue.. 'gf James Edward Coburn Jimmy As our "most exultant and fearless leader", Jimmy finds that he gets neck cramps from trying to face up to his fellow Seniors. Playing Sonny with Cecil . . . dreaming of picnics at Great Falls . . . a quick wit and easy going attitude, Jimmy is popular . . . even with the Seventh Grade. David Edward Comer David The Animal was always a threat to opposition, on the field, court, or track. A differ- ent side showed at times . . . quiet and sincere. Often found in the mechanical drawing room, or eating doughnuts in the cafeteria, David will long be remembered for keeping the halls of G.M. "quiet'2 v Howard Conover Lynn The only one who could brag about getting his own GTO for Christmas, Lynn could usually be found at all the away bas- ketball games. Under the hood more often than behind the wheel, he was always looking for the fun in school. William Randolph Cooksey Billy ' George Masonls own "little drummer b 0 y " . . . Mrs. Willey's candy bandit . . . and Mrs. Krum's gusano . . . his wit, personality, charm, and frequent change of cars made him unpredictable and a candi- date for Mr. Cassanova. Susan Cooper Susan A funny girl with short cropped, blond hair, Susan was always ready on the rebound with sharp wit or a happy smile. Will she ever forget Mr. Dietz's class or moreover will Mr. Dietz ever forget her? Thelma Belle Cornett Thelma Somewhat shy, Thelma was one of the quieter Senior m e m b e r s. From singing soprano in the choir to running around with Bev and Dorothy, her quick smile and pretty eyes made her a good friend. Vera Christina Cortada Nina Being able to defend Santa Claus to Mr. Dietz while keep- ing her always present smile on her always present face was something only Nina could do. Playing Annabelle now . . . Dudley Do Right next . . . there was no predicting what Nina could be up to in the fu- ture. Zachary Booth Cotner Zach A two figure man on the bas- ketball court, Zach often talked about a scholarship to Harvard CID. Student in the daytime, Casino Man at night, Zach struggled through Government with the rest of us, priding himself on his choice of steers. Texas anyone? X , ,. g- - j P ! sEN1oRs Q Robin Lynn Crawford Robin One of the more artistic Sen- iors, Robin prides herself on her latest creations in women's fashions. Adding a colorful and completely unique touch to the Senior Court, she was always willing to help her class of '67. William Woodson Crocker, III Bill In his own quiet way, Bill made his presence known around school. As G.M.'s most lettered man, he was a sensa- tion on the track and made good as an end on the football field. He could often be seen looking for the driver of a cer- tain white convertible, or argu- ing with Mr. Sommer over uredsv. William Hall Davies Bill Bill, the sole organizer of the N.R.A. and the owner of a "'54 Bomb" that will live on forever. His quiet, reserved manner disguises his excep- tional power both in cross- country and track. env' hav' Ellen Wynne Davis Ellen A fun-loving girl, Ellen looks forward to and thoroughly en- joys the better things in life. Having a love for true art, Ellen often goes to ballets and musi- cals. Her greatest hope is to be an airline stewardess. Joy Annice Davis Joy A constantly bubbling personal- 1ty adorns this sweet natured but fun loving gal. Always will- ing to give of her time and energy to' the SIMARITANS, Joy truly lives up to her name. Iris deButts Dewey Short blond hair, a smiling face, twinkling eyes, and a small sports car . . . Dewey supplied all the ambitious energy and help needed to make any day complete. Her etfervescent personality could get anyone out of a bad mood. Lawrence Henry Davis .Larry "Your bus has a hole in the roof", was always the first statement Larry got when offering rides to or from any- where. This sometimes quiet boy often erupted into a tit of laughter which was caught by all those around him. With a "hi" for all, he was everyone's friend. Catherine Ann Dixson Cathy Two French poodles, a VW and Cathy. Whether playing Senior games or roaming the halls, Cathy took time to give advice to all those in need. She welcomes graduation and all that it brings. Mary Clare Doyle Mary A touch of Boston . . . a touch of fun . . . a touch of red hair . . . a little love . . . and a great desire to go North. Mary, a welcome addition, be- came an ovemight hit with everyone. T r u e friendship, warmth, and wishing the best for all . . . Mary. gi , -'I-f. 'f'-f- 1- , Tig:-.l','1,..-" 4 Y 3 -1-f. n -1" I - v 5.1. .mr ' 7,5 fx V f. - V . Y W " -, 3.L2:g-gY- 1 uf' , ' Mg"f"'1.Ti 1 fail 1.-.-. ww-:Hz- A jlaj. fir mf ' sEN1oRs 5 i fs George Philips Eager Charles Harold Elam, Jr. Sarah Ellis William Harold Ellis Plnl This behind the scene man was really someone to wonder about. Coming up with many witticisms at times, Phil could usually be found 'slaving over his books . . . well, sometimes. In his free time he could be found almost anywhere. Charles The boy who just "loved" me- chanical drawing . . . the boy who displayed much talent in bowling . . . the boy with a laugh for anything the boy you paid a penny to throw away your trash! Sally Sally . . . with long silky blonde hair, a spray of freckles across her cheeks, and a sin- cere smile . . . Sally from Hawaii, Sally with many hopes to go back. Bill When not raiding Mrs. Willey's candy jar, Bill was usually found on the smoking court or playing tennis shoe during lunch. One of the friendliest SIMARITANS, he loved, even more than Mr. Dietz's classes, Tehaan's pizza, 1940 tuxedoes, and driving a slightly used white Plymouth. Z Robert Fall Farris John Young Fisher A 1 Rob . . .John . Catherine Fraleigh Known to all as "Greasy", Rob walked the halls of G.M. with a grin that made everyone wonder what he had been up to. Holding the record for breaking the most shift lever knobs in one year, he was also a pitcher on the baseball team, and frequently shot ace can- dids. Eric Floyd Fox Eric G.M.'s own Leonard Bemstein, Ricky is forever destined a 3rd clarinet. Rather tall for his height, and small for his size, his cafeteria antics were sur- passed by none. Working diligently on his car . . . playing basketball in Rob- ert's Park . . . or throwing a baseball around, John could usually be seen with Put or David. He was hard-working, fun-loving, and always taking time to study. Kate Tremendously school spirited and rarely not smiling, Kate's big brown eyes and nose-that- wrinkled-when-she-laughed was contagious to us all. When not leading cheers or dispensing band-aids in the nurse's office, she could be found excitedly watching a basketball scrim- mage or maybe playing foot- ball in Roberts Park . . . ua? James Edward Fraser Jim With an open attitude towards school life, Jim struggled with the rest of the class, looking forward to June. Ready to help everyone Jim could usually be found guarding the Library doors. SENIORS lj . .5549 ,Gee . !:1,!.' tri! . 3 5 -.P 1.-V . 4 5 , S ifriif-I i Jil' Q n ' Q -1' Rifrhard GCFOW Fredenburg Jame? Gaffeff Cecilia Frances Gibbons Dick As a member of the G.M. band and President of the choir, Dick's musical abilities greatly aided the school. An active member of the Key Club, Dick was always helping on a service drive, Jimmy Jim, the giant killer quickly became one of the "crew", Al- though most of his time was spent riding around in his little white T.R., he still managed to lounge in algebra, charm Mrs. Krum, or even send lovely red roses. Cecil Cecil, our "Wittiest Girln, had the ability to make ANY- THING funny. Besides her wild week-ends, she was a loyal friend, and a loyal Simaritan-without her our class could have never come together. She will probably be most remembered though, as "Cher" in the Tonight Show, and as that "something BIG" in the S.C.A. Paul Frederick Gibson Paul The only male member of Fu- ture Teachers, Paul took the teasing he got about it with the best of humor. Managing base- ball, a monogrammer, and fre- quently seen in a VW bus with the other two musketeers, he was well-liked by everyone. flu v, ,. -1 ' 1 x. . V' 5 ffm' Q ,afr- Iva .ak x if Robert William Gray Bob Always searching for Packard parts, Bob is an eccentric me- chanic. As an active member of the Senior class, he willingly singed his lingers on the lights while working towards one of our many productions. Some- times late . . . but always there . . . Bob is a mild man- nered and always cheerful Simaritan. Christy Hampton Guy Christy G.M.'s own "Miss Kentucky" . . . her southern "y'alls" . . . basketball talents and a glow- ing suntan in the middle of winter, plus her fog horn type cough makes Christy irreplace- able. May she always remem- ber snowy afternoons, and mad- red-Karman Ghias. Philip George Hannum Phil Would you believe this boy could drive the faculty into a complete frenzy? "Crazy Legst' Hannum was out of sight on the football or soccer held be- fore the enemy could blink an eye. Always ready with a quick smile or friendly handshake, Phil was the greatest of pals. John Lee Hare John John's tenor voice has added greatly to the choir's quality, and to the "Wild's', sound. :An avid member of the Redsk1n's band . . . John's "English" ac- cent could often be heard in the halls. SHOINEIS- El l ffl 4 .4 1., ,., - v Y - W ,,. -.....- 3 4 1 4 v . '!"P K 1 , sw V ef: JPY? - ' ' f-' 6 is -f - -I Q Diane Hillman Diane Our Most Athletic Senior girl Diane could usually be found in or around the gym, carrying little notes to and from the office, or running gym classes. Hard working, and always solving Trig problems . . .Diane. Charles Hooper Charlie G.M.'s very own Rock Hudson in "It Happens Every Sum- mer',, most of Charlie's time was spent on the stage. How- ever, he still enjoys lunch-with- the-bunch on the back hill. X E -1 Gregory Gene Howard Greg Always working on a car, most of Greg's time was spent mak- ing mufflers from soup cans and road-testing his uinven- tions". Even though he DID usually come to school, he rarely made enough noise to be known. Donald Hunt D011 Probably the quietest Senior Cand that is saying a 100, Don's days were spent far from G.M. . . . wonder what he did! ., i M .- xuu aigf' V 2 'i I, . ll ' .T y.:fi-M, -..-1, , -f----r- --.4 -.-yvtef g:?-- . .41 . -. .' . . . - . il -igztfnptt - . r. , im, . iw . ., . an . at ii , . 1 ,J-r 1 . '5- ANY l 'ri 5 L- ,.,,,,- .- FUIL. .65 t. SENIORS EI Allan Timothy Hurt Allan Allan, with his James Brown yell and various other battle cries, is usually two steps ahead of everyone else and faintly superior about it. His interests are photography, dra- matics, poetry, and the good life on both sides of the river. Patricia Ann Huston Pat A member of the Try-Hi-Y, Pat spent much of her time behind a sewing machine. An- other crew cut hater, and a terror on the basketball court, she was friendly, and the host- ess of quite a few great parties. Edward Thomas Ismay Ted "Hey, Surf's up!" Wind up G.M.'s own bit of O.C. and he walks, writes, and dreams surf. Since he left the beach and came to G.M., Ted has pitched in wholeheartedly everywhere there's a job. With his never- failing friendliness, Ted has be- come one of our most sociable SIMARITANS. Nur' Mary Susan Jones Susy In the library there is a table that bears the invisible inscrip- tion-"This table is reserved for Susy J.", and so it seems, for she can always be found there either trying to figure out an algebra problem or reading the latest issue of "Mademoi- selle", Pretty clothes . . . pretty smile . .. happy laughter. . .Susy. Vicki Lynn Jones Vicki G.M.'s answer to Broadway, Vicki always appears clothed in the latest fashions, generally in shades of lavender. Georgia's "Mary Mod" will carry to the theater memories of Mount Daniel, Yorktown, and her Hair for the dramatic in all walks of life. Charles Stephen Kaplan Charles Tall, red-headed, and a pitcher for the ball-slugging Mustangs, Steve was there when they took the District Championship in '66. Whether struggling through typing or wandering from class to class, he man- aged to make it through the year. 'TN fin fir:-9 Patricia Elizabeth Judson Pat Always bouncing from room to room, usually with her shoes off, Pat pops up when least ex- pected. Her chirping soprano voice at 10:00, and varied dra- matic roles will long be re- membered by all. I f Robert Griffith Kennedy Robert Our Senior court bench was kept in top condition because of Robert's woodworking tal- ents. When demonstrating his talents on the football field, the "Red Brick" was a "Stone Wall." How about buying fifty million, A-1, completely re- hauled, worked-over, jalopies? Ann Marguerite Kenyon Ann Ann was always ready to make new friends and to help those in need. Her charming person- ality and bright smile enlivened any gathering. Often playing "ring, ring, who's got the ring", Ann's future plans are all any girl could ask for. 33-. l 31 r l T15 'E Laura Ruth Killam Laura Coming from Germany, Laura has contributed her wonderful artistic ability to the Class of '67. Responsible for many of the posters which adorn the halls, she will be most remem- bered for her "beautiful black eyes," Jeanie Ann Koffman Jennie Greeting you with a smile, Jennie was always ready to strike up a conversation. She Will well remember, as the rest of us, those frustrating mo- ments in Mr. Rockwell's Trig class. Jeffery Lee Kohn Jeff Besides having the distinction of being the last Senior to have his write-up done, Jeff was usually talking about cars , . . but he still found time to pick out many flowered shirts. Bruce Edward Kuritzky Bruce Bruce, with his little beanie and 'lRedskins" megaphone, thundered out cheers for the Mustangs . . . when he wasn't directing the Pep Band or being Drum Major. Master of the pen and tongue, Bruce will be remembered for his hearse and his greatest speech .. . "How to Embalm in 10 Easy Lessons". Dana Lindsey Dana G.M.'s 'iinnocent' Miss Lindsey often displayed her talents in Home Economics with her sewing and in Choir with her beautiful voice. Dana was al- ways on the tease, always on the go, always waiting for a big byrd to return home. Kathryn Elizabeth Lavender Kathy G.M.'s own "Dear Abby" will never be forgotten for her own advice and long dissertation on everything under the sun. Kathy was always dreaming of riding . . . but when not able to, she could be found cheering the Baby Mustangs to victory. She captured the heart of G.M.'ers with her frequent bursts of laughter and true friendship. Carl Lindsey Carl Life is fun for Carl. For him nothing can take the warm Summer Sun away. With high hopes and goals to attain Carl became "just outstanding". He loved a jokeg loved to play them on Mr. Dietz and Mr. Sommer, loved to please the fans and they always were. l .. .. . -- :fl--7-f . Hu l l Gregory Lindsey Greg Robey is that boy with the wide grin, wave of the hand, and the glistening eyes that al- ways made him look as if he had been up to something. Greg is unequaled in athletic ability . . . maybe someday he will be in art, too! Daniel Locklar Frankie Despite his somewhat wild na- ture, Frankie attended school occasionally. Whether breezing through the halls, or making boxes in shop, he is undaunted by the 7 hour a day confine- ment. SHOINHS lj iz 1. l.. ' it-.. g. CI ORS I N SE , " 'i 3 Hi Y , - N V 7, ,,. V.. ' ' 'I ' '34 ,, 1,1 t he Lucket Robert McCabe Jeanne Louise Macomber ROSH Martin Lee Newly arrived from Califomia, Lee made friends quickly and easily became part of G.M. Whether sleeping in closets, laughing and blinking her uteensy eyes", or giving parties . . . She added much to the "gay life" of the Gulch. Bob Bubble, as he is known by his friends, is President of the tromping Hi-Y . . . and chief doughnut eater at G.M. Often seen driving around in his two beautiful cars, he was a key man in the Mustang football defense. femme The girl with the big brown eyes, quiet Jeanne never had much to say. As a member of the Tri-Hi-Y she spent time in school service . . . when she wasn't figuring out her Algebra. Rose Whether bouncing around the halls of G.M., keeping track of her many sisters, calling Pep Club meetings, or going to Tops Rose's red curls, abundant freckles, and unbe- lievable giggle could confuse even the calmest of us. She was always having EVERY- ONE over, but could usually be found taking thousands of club pictures- ?N4. . . , ' "-' -- "-' ' " ,.-.r r A ,,.. . 34-- Linda Leigh Matthes Linda "Stamp out hand-holders cam- paign" G.M.'s conserva- tive individualist, Linda has added a lot to the Class of '67, Her subtle wit and artistic abil- ities made decorating for the dances seem more fun than work . . . and few will forget the great "Sweetheart Tree." Susan L. McGillivray Susie Rene, as she is known by her friends, spent much of her time with the Dramatics Club. When not mixing the punch or guarding the bowl. she could be found in Mrs. Hardy's room making clothes . . . or maybe working on "The Effect of Light on Earthwormsn in the Biology lab. Patricia Anne McCook Patti The quiet silver-blond that al- ways has a smile for everyone you could always tell when Patti was coming-by the roar of her cutlass "spe- cial" convertible. If you ever needed a band aid . . . there was Patti. W '-in f LJ ,QQ s. 'L fe cf f if "' A! ' 1 .AY f . 1 C . e Diane P. McMillen Diane ' As Vice-President of the Span- ish Club, Sefiorita McMillen was usually making tortillas, translating EI Cid, or planning la fiesta para sabade con Dorotea. An excellent student, her name was almost always seen on the Honor Roll. 1 . 1 . Q cf ' X Jane Carol Merkle Jane Jane will always be associated with yellow and orange, dai- sies, sunshine, and all happy things. With a distinctive laugh that could be heard echoing gayly through the halls, from art class to Mr. Dietz's English . . . she brightened many a dark day at G.M. Charles Eric Modine Eric ' Whether hunting in the wild woods of his farm or parting the snow with his skis, Eric was naturally at home. The al- most serious boy with an al- most serious attitude captured the heart of all he knew. Working hard for his class of '67, Eric was always there, es- pecially when someone was needed. Beverly June Moore Beverly A lover of horses . . . an ex- cellent pianist and accompanist for the choirs . . . a consistent patron of Lee Highway Tops . . . driver of the "green boat" . . . Beverly was a "quiet" member of the class of '67 dur- ing school, but once outside . . . you'd better Watch out. Sharon Suzanne Moran Sheri With her infinite energy, Sheri could always be seen! busily performing tasks both big and small about the school-taking down Christmas trees, putting up bulletin boards, or franti- cally searching for para- hernalia for her Science Fair P projects. She will be remem- bered for her devoted service and sweet disposition. Patricia Murphy Pat Long blonde hair, big blue eyes, and a kooky sense of hu- mor .. . she was the proud owner of the fastest typewriter in the East,-when she re- membered to put the paper in. Pat kept everyone in stitches with her humorous antics. Ted Mark Oltman Mark brings a touch of the out-of-doors life indoors. His fascinating tales of the woods could chill a polar bear. Never could we forget his "strange" httle car--a miniature station- wagon. Mark's down-to-earth friendliness warmed us all. Howard Theodore Newland When he was not zooming along on his Yamaha, Ted usu- ally was to be found outsmart- ing computers and befuddling geniuses. He will be remem- bered also for his habit of buy- ing more and more old cars and for his "basso profundo" bass voice. Robert Heiler Nugent, Jr. BoBo Coming from O'Connell as a Junior, BoBo's rare smile al- ways made you happy. As a member of the football and basketball teams, he contrib- uted to the Mustang's victories . . . He was the school hero when he made the shot that beat Albermarle on that won- derful night in December. Hugh John O'Neale John John always smiled and with genuine interest listened to what you said. If prodded he could tell you just one of his adventure stories. He was quite often working on a car or cre- ating in Industrial Arts. i ,- f i fu. Peter Mark Overby Peter It was a wonder that Peter found his way about school under all that hair. Patiently awaiting the end of "her" classes, Peter would spend his time thumping out tunes on the trash cans and writing the mel- odies on the Senior Bench. SHOINEIS El sEN1oRs Q Patricia Ann Painter Patsy Small, gay, and full of witty remarks, Patsy is the greatest of girls. Spending most of this year learning to cook and sew . . . her future plans, too, are all that any girl could wish for. Carl Putnam Parker Carl One of the most intelligent members of the class, Put was usually studying or running around with David. Though not known by most, he was an excellent actor feven if his name wasnlt on the programj . . . Remember Paul Sycamore with the fire extinguisher in "You Can't Take It With You?" vw-5--iq, , William Basil Parnell Bill Bill is to be commended for his loyalty even though he didn't believe in school . . . he attended classes all year. His rendition of "Bill Grogan's Goat" was something few of us will forget. Sheryl Lynn Parrish Sherry Sher, as she is known by her friends, is certainly an individ- ual. Her long brown hair, eye- lashes, and low voice are much a part of her personality, and all of us are glad that she re- covered from her accident to finish her Senior year as a Simaritan. David Paynter David Quiet, studious, and usually with Carl, David was deserv- ingly voted "Most Scholarly? Typically Bostonish, he was Senora Costa's cstudiante muy bien, and even Mrs. Rooney let him roam free in ,the lab. Joseph Scott Perry Joe Usually working on his hot rod or running movies for teachers, Joe was slightly mechanical, and willing to lend a hand when needed . . . some say he intends to take a trip to sunny Florida after graduation. Douglas Paynter Doug Alias "Dead eye" from half court. An easy going, happy-go- lucky Senior, Doug can be re- membered for his incessant smile, his ability to get along well with people, and most of all his U. Va. nf" - X ' it 'R 5 4' 1 . I as 5 , it J Alice Marie Pierce Alice As co-editor of the Lasso and Recording Secretary of the S.C.A., Alice was always typ- ing, pasting, proofreading, or collecting 50 cent installments. Although everyone always thought of her as quiet, we all got a surprise in S.C.A. meet- ings. av"' an-y Janice Marie Portch Janice Always willing to lend a hand, Janice was usually found in the nurses office with Mrs. Scott. When not at school she was at Charles of the Ritz creating new hairdos, she was driving around town in her very own Ford. aff' sEN1oRs Q J 5, f"a-is I yr, ,. ,,, Y 1 if,,.- ..,-v- '- I i-il . U i v I .fer I 5' 1 if'- i sL' ' xg i 1 1' vb 1 i fi Walter Porzel Walter A quiet boy, Walter is not known by many. This year being his tirst taste of the wild G.M. jungle, "Moglie" fought his way through the year with the rest of us. Usually seen trudging across the lawn, he'll always take time to talk to those who know him and is daring enough to match wits with Mr. McBlair and his puns. Loretta Jean Potter Loretta Poised and refined, a very quiet young l a d y , Loretta has worked very hard for George Mason without much recogni- tion. Usually found tiling music or selling orchids, Loretta was a busy girl. Stephen Burl Purvis Steve Better known as Rufus. Steve has proved a valuable member of the baseball and basketball teams, al t h o u g h rebounds proved to be his downfall. Known for his quick wit, orange pants, and a white Fiat with tricky front seats, Steve is a true individual. Margaret Ann Quam MllI'gllI'Ef Regal. One word for G.M.'s radiant "C a m e l 0 t Queen." Margaret served in Keyettes and enthusiastically led the crowd in many cheers all throughout high school. Her warm smile, never at a wrong moment, was always welcome. I - L: ,u K. , ,. , 4: ii ' 2 V 5 f ff- Q' -"' - . ...ef , . V -rm iff -i ,I :nm ...M , "aff if-Yagi, -' YL' ,,, r , - Q - . at P twat-1 - - .-,,,', ' im' ' lv i l limi, V , it.. :M , E Ziff .F 3'3" ,,l. 49' 1 1 : fbi F. ,lg 1 A 1 -bv' X . .-.,. -3-3: 1 4, X Q ig-aff: . ,.., X Wig' ,. M ., -.1-52' , .ii xx F- .g ,. M I I wg xxx 3,- hazq Q A ,Q-fi ' ' ' ' - ,. -X V . ,,. , .-, . s - --v-ff 4 . K , I ' N , Q ev Q ' mx ' I :rf- M F , .1 V , . XM- ,gsf yin? .gil .yr " 'Lg ' ,- pf" , '67 , 4 A . Yfu. ' 'T' ,, ,- --1-12. ' ' 4' A ' gin! F413 A '- f' "' I fffii ' , if ,L . , 'Sq ng gg, - ,1-.ff X is fs 4,4fg'-izhil' fx ' I QL.: A A Preston Frazer Rose Preston A friendly and exciting straw- berry blond. "Rosey" contrib- uted much to the World of Sports as co-captain of the football team and 13' vaulter. Who will ever forget Preston's bubble gum, bubble gum, mugs full of bubble gum? Jennifer Dale Ross Jef Her tiny Honda . . . her love of dogs . . . her funny laugh .. . her quick wit .. . her cooking Q71 talent . . . all this made Jennifer what she is, .tjeffnl David Blair Sandidge David One of the more friendly guys at G.M., David has a smile for all and is considered quiet, only to the people who don't know him. As a football con- tributor and organizer of "The Crew," David can be remem- bered for his impeccable dress and carefree attitude. Daniel Sandford Danny Just off the boat from India, Danny finds G.M. a little more convenient in all respects. Happy to join the band again, Danny makes time to play bas- ketball with Barry and tries to End time for Physics. I 1, 15 -, Wa' ' J' 41. ,L 5.4 P-C fa I I' -Y-ki-fr -x 'l -.u ,yn a 5 Al .T N is vnqygf 1 V 4 , M ,.' w 1 u f-Qff"""i"A ' ' ' " .. I rv., J' 1 'X 1 N my 522, J' 1 ww . .9 sEN1oRs lj Sally Ann Shaw Sally '67's happy-go-lucky blonde. As officer of three clubs and deco- rations chairman of "Sleighride to the Stars" and "Autumn in Camelotn she was justly chosen as Most Outstanding Contributor. This drummer- lover at heart will always re- member G.M. for the "many wild times." H7 Corey Goodwin Shea Corey ' Corey's power on the field was something to uphold, his talent on the court held you in awe. Ready to listen, ready to laugh, ready to suggest, "Horse" was everyone's friend. Melanie Faith Sherman Monnie Despite influence from G.M., Monnie has managed to retain the free spirit she has. Her in- famous sayings and remarks have enlivened numerous dull days and her sensitivity has surprised many of us. Kathleen Riley Sides Jickie 'Td rather be dead than red-in- the-head . . ." an avid track fan . . . rain, sleet, or snow can't keep Jickie away from the track during a meet. From making a beautiful formal to working on her MUSTANG, she was always busy. 3 l l zu ' l 4. l .ali Joseph Erwin Singleton Win A member of G.M.'s famous Electras, "Pudgy" will be re- membered for his "I Got Ten- nis Shoes" original, his taste in clothes, and quick change cars, with telephones. Though kept busy, Win still managed to ex- plore back roads in N. Vir- ginia. Dorothy Jean Smith Dorollzy Whether running through her basketball opponents' legs, or running around with Thelma, Dorothy always surprised every- one with her quick smile. Al- though height she doesn't have, she comes well-equipped with sincerity and friendliness. 151' 'Q dv. pi .AF 1-.- 'tr' Daphne Lorraine Snider Daphne Slaving over a hot typewriter, Daphne could be seen glancing out the window at her friends. Striving for the fun in life, she could be seen outside herself, playing those Senior games. George Thomas Smith, Jr. Tommy A good friend of Mr. M .... full of wit and comic situa- tions. Tom could usually be found with a camera in one hand and developer in the other, heading for the dark room. Trying to "put the world over a barrel", Tom was out to help his neighbor at any cost. Lois Carmen Snowden Lois Leader of a little band of baton twirlers, Lois was justly proud of her hard-earned and honored position. Quiet in class and seemingly shy, she would enter into conversation once out of the class room. Lois . looked forward to June. SEIOINEIS El L 45 sEN1oRs ij Kenneth M. Stoken Ken Quiet but always thinking. Ken endures G.M. with an evil eye and a quick wit . . . his fre- quent discussions with Mr. always leave us wondering who's winning--the tortoise or the hair Driving a '61 Ford Station Wagon that owns more of his time than he does . . . one of the true philoso- phers of our generation. Beverly Dianne Street Beverly Tall and shy, Bev usually left for work at 1:00 . . . so few of us got to know her. When she didn't . . . there were al- ways l0 people in the front seat of her little Corvair . . . soprano in the choir . . . friendly. . . Bev. -we 1 Lawrence David Stuebing Larry Always grinning and entertain- ing everyone with his remarks, Larry was Mrs. Rooney's fa- vorite Chem. Study student. He painted many sets and pulled many curtains for Dramatic productions . . . but still man- aged to steal the grape punch back stage. Susan Lee Swarthout Susan Susan's greatest image is that of Tempo's tragic editor, con- stantly in search of a printer. She spends a lot of time with the Keyettes and going to A.F.S. meetings with Alison . . . but will probably be re- membered forever for her ca- reer role as "Debby-Do-Right". .gy M f X A l l Travis Oliver Tabor, IV Travis Capture Travis for one magical moment and he will reveal his carefree attitude, whether driv- ing in his blue Corvair or tell- ing of his many neat nights. He proves the well-known saying "blondes have more fun." Elizabeth Ann Thompson Betsy Usually walking slowly down the' halls, and always grading typing papers Betsy was a good friend Cespecially to those in Personal typingj. We will all remember her lovely clothes and glowing smile. Mary Maurice Tackney Mimzy One of the Lee Highway Tops Trio, Mimzy, with her banana feet, unique dancing, and "Johnny Rogue", could be seen or h e a r d EVERYWHERE. Whether leading cheers or di- recting one of the best Variety Shows of all times, she was a dependable leader, a loyal friend, and a lady. nl, Y- ' A X, Steve Thompson Steve Fun loving, reckless, out- spoken, friendly . . . Steve has made a great hit since his com- ing to G.M. at the beginning of this year. Ready to help when someone asked, Steve is a thoughtful person with a high intellegence. And who can ever forget his struggle through Mr. Rockwell's class. Mark Henry Thur Mark If you're lucky, Mark might give you a ride on his Honda or in his Mustang. He talks a lot about France, drinking milk, and his memorable party to anybody who's in earshot. He will be remembered for being sooo agreeable, except in the early morning arguments with the mighty A.M.R. F III S OR I N SE -P- OO Myra Tillman Myra Our bit of Germany, Myra added a pretty face, a wild personality, and a cool sense of humor to George Mason. Quickly making new friends, she often talks of returning to the "old country" soon after graduation. Beverly Russell Warner Beaver If you ever had a hard day, Beaver's warm smile was al- ways there to snap you out of it. Her sincerity and happy-go- lucky personality have made her "everyone's best friend". , Ju, Barbara Ellen Tresidder Barbara Coming from South Africa, Barbara as added a "com- pletely unique experience" to G.M, Making many new friends, and attending a few of our dances, Barbara has quickly blended in with the students. Frank Hamilton Warner Frank An officer of the Hi-Y, Frank serves the school and class with loyalty. Playing in his wood working class, when his arm is not in a cast, Frank is jovial and ready for a laugh at any time. John Philip Wilmont Phil One of the last Morris Minor Men, Phil drew attention wherever he Went. He could usually be found in the library lobby arguing with "Fat Dan' on the better performance of a Morris as compared to a ..VW-U Catherine Lee Wilson Cathy Cathy is always willing to help in any way possible. Very ac- commodating, she possesses a sincere personality. She can be found in Senior Sewing, if not talking to her friends in the li- brary. Clifford Alan Wilson Clif? Cliff can often be found slav- ing over a draft board, making sure his "jig-saw-puzzle" fit to- gether. With a joke for every- one, he has maintained the unique personality that every! one likes him for. David Andrew Yarnell David David is known especially for his exquisite creative ability, but someday he's promised to paint people too. His easy-go- lucky attitude lets you know nothing bothers him. A friendly laugh makes him well liked by all. l .t-wi ll - -I-Tl z kl -,iflrtz 1- . , 1 ,g, -fl! . ., '1- .I Y L.: f'L ' ' ":- I i Linda Yelverton Linda Barely seen above the wheel of her baby blue Mustang: Linda never left the Senior Parking Lot with less than half of G.M. in the back seat. She's little . . . but so is a stick of dyna- mite! Gloria Jean Wilson Tue Tue, with her bubbling person- ality and hilarious jokes, often slaves over a hot sewing ma- chine to turn out beautiful clothes. Poised and picture-pen fect, G.M.'s National Airlines Girl is sure to have success. lj OINHS SH -P- KO I 1 L41 1 51 , 1 - 1 R . I u: :'- 1 N I I 2. P ,N sl ' n gl , . . i A--. 4 . Q 1 1--z-Warn ::u:':Lf..i va.. 12-Til H- -wus: nuns SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Charlie Browning 'TTY '.P::. Q '. "' ' ' I 1 -Fisk". ' Q - , X Q- ,V Y. . fi .. " ff if . ' F. , JSP'-5' .:1'f"... 1 ., Z, '-, 371 L+-f. I-sr-,gf Y " Q4 ' X, I - -'HTai.l1jA K 5 .1-,5 91- , . , A 1 . 5 I . 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L I, Mg j - :L --iff, ' L I V- ... f U . . 2 sfrlaamf 2'.l'i'YU5,'T " if 5: J .3111 cflffglffif SECRETARY Liddy Browning gr D919 , . 'A . Y. ,, 1 ,...,'ftf,,, 5,7 .,- - . .J 'in 1. l ,V ,.! W, -N 55-,A r . , . 9 l ,. , X , 4. Q.' ' . , X L ft- E52 Q l if L,1..,,j . - .-, G k. 1-Q.. 1. - 'f- '- .. A ?5ma"'1d?"1?z':i ' .. 4 .: ' " sw- , fr. .ui r. f.Q, ---,gf -.-yr'-,., 4 1 .. , -.f m 1 L-zc..gi'1?+...', -w'Y" YI .-, "3 r K TREASURER Jane Merkle 5 I xx I m,'ZM7H ., .. J 27ji'!'J fp 4- -f ' L .F T .I gi f . if- 'Q . A sg CLASS REPRESENTATIVE Mimzy Tackney 51 Cl NHS I HO E SUPERLATIVES WITTIEST Cecil Gibbons Bruce Kulitzky BEST ALL AROUND Karen Herndon Carl Lindsey 52 -1 5 BEST LEADER Liddy Browning Charlie Browning , ww p tid h 4! F f l .-.L MOST OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTORS Sally Shaw Jim Coburn III SENIORS MOST SCHOLARLY Charlotte Bennett David Paynter Qi Ye" Y MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Mimzy Tackney Phil Hannum MOST ATHLETIC Diane Hillman Carl Lindsey Seventh Grade . . . searching for identity land your classesl . . . "Miss Kitty" and "Peaches" . . . visiting the Art Gallery for the seventh time . . . a happy year we spent adjusting to a won- derful new way of life. . . A year later we found that G.M. can be work, too . . . choos- ing friends . . . our "Snow Queen" dance . . . and preparing for the challenges of Senior High . . . At last! We're in high school . . . more respect and more work . . . cheering our own J.V. . . . having our own court attendants and no more sneaking into night dances . . . and a class dance that almost worked. . . Sophomores now, but not quite a class yet . . . nature walks with Mrs. Ropshaw . . . Mr. Worley . . . and our last year of gym. . . Our Junior year brought new and endless challenges . . . or- ganizing our own formal dances and defeating the Senior girls in basketball . . . long hours of work and frustration result in "The Tonight Show", a resounding success . . . and the Bnal achieve- ment-"Sayonara". . . The summer sped by and Cgaspll we were Seniors . . . a lack of privileges was overshadowed by a no-bell system that created a casual, relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy our last year at G.M .... happy hours spent playing shoe-ball outside or just gabbing with a hall monitor . . . busy hours spent on term papers and college applications . . . and the days dragged into weeks and the weeks into months and all too soon, on a hot June night, it all became a memory . . . but when we leave we take with us a little piece of the sweat, the tears, the cheers, and the Spirit that is G.M. . . . and we leave behind a feeling of unity and pride that will echo through the halls of G.M. long after people have forgot- ten what SIMARITANS really means . . . Catwoman casts her spell on the "Boy Wonder" Terry silently plans next party. Simaritans say farewell. ,"P 92 'L W i T' 'W' -'hw Q Inspired Seniors find GuIIiver's Travels stimulating. Larry reads up on the latest college catalogues. 1 I ' f ""f.fs 1 .2 ' I f' -1 , .rf N., -' y H.. IL l W. ' L rf 1 ,V X U LI' s 8,3-vi' 'f 5 we-iff ., 'rX4u". P,3"'Afx5Qi,ff ,, ' - . 1 ,, .QQT 1 ffm. ,p-'- f-, H ' ' I 'igfsxff'-i' fl f-jf I 1 , V -N-.,, -hz Y h ,f +5135-' . - ,gh , 7' f'..+'lk4 . :L 4 ' QQ- V fi Q' P, J iQ 7 3, R. K Q- m,,, ,xl 4 , .- .1 'Sign I fl! I. "-'-nwltn' . Q' -- . V f Y ' A N 5 T145 - y Q iq-'. 4- : Y., .lf 'IaJ':"7? - '- E'--A " nw A In .1 The social events of G.M. . . tinsel masking tape crepe paper paint streamers . . . and the Cafeteria suddenly becomes the magical land of Camelot or a Garden of Hearts . or any other wonderland . . and you leave with the memories of colorful bands, beautiful queens, Gusti's . . . and a bright shining moment that will never come again. 1 M, HOMECOMING 1966 The spirit of Homecoming 1966 didn't wait for the weekend- it started with Monogram Club posters, the spirit stick, the red strings, Phi1's dummy and as Friday approached, the wood piled higher, and higher to be burned in a circle of noisy cheers and shimmering faces. Saturday finds a small band of Seniors working busily to transform the Cafeteria into the magic world of Camelot. The colorful and victorious game was overshadowed by a stunning court led by Margaret Quam presented during the halftime festivities and as the memorable afternoon draws to a close thoughts turn to a place called I Camelot. The court is seated for the last half of the game after being presented to the crowd. Bruce and his BARRbarians entertain at halftime. Students and alumni Captain Carl presents Margaret with the team football. together again for homecoming. MARGARET AND HER COURT f mf' , 7 Miss Margaret Quam, Queen, is crowned. Y y , Miss Beth DuPont Junior A llendant Miss Kale Fraleigh Maid of Honor Q23 Miss Cathy Owen . Sophomore Attendant Q 'S 17+ 1 X. 11 'I in A in c it MH' it 3 ,X loo, fi g! D. '-.- . .4"g1 i',f,fL,,- ' in riA i 14 Miss Sherri Borellis Senior A ftenclant I Miss Claudia Dewhurst Freshman A Itendant THE QUEEN S DANCE AND AUTUMN IN CAMELGT BEGINS TG FADE The decorations were finally in place and all was ready, as the doors opened up for Autumn in Camelot. Time llew and, as the Prophets played Lara's Theme from Dr. Zhivago, Mar- garet lead in a beautiful court. And soon it was time to leave for town, as the shields, the cheesecloth, and the streamers came down. But it was a shining moment, such a brief mo- ment, to be remembered for many a year. 61 'LNo, we can't serve drinks with dinner . . . but for a small fee I'm sure something can be arranged." dwx F il i , V -' V,-U . Y , 2-. 1 , ' . Mr. McCarthy-Head Chef N l .uv-1,-i.:si . V-,fgl-. 2 ' 'Q j ' f- Y-525.7 E .A J. ...f -.'. INV. b rl fp i I - H 'ii Jr. I M- 1' . 9 " .' -- I , "" ' ' li A Y i 'Jai 4-.Y 4:nL5:'!', ,Q1 g f A , "Yes, I just love spaghetti!" SPAGHETTI DINNER The whole things started at 11:00 A.M. with Harriett, Steve Howell, and Mary McCarthy making somewhere in the vicinity of 1,000 meatballs, while the fathers of the last two concocted the sauce. Various people drifted in from one o'clock on, and somehow, due to Karen Lucas's efficiency, Mrs. Nethers, calm disposition, and several Freshman and Sophomore girls, the tables were set and the salad made. As the football game ended, Forrest Hunter was still frantically pushing tables, while Mrs. Hanley who had spent the afternoon c r a m min g candles into Michelob bottles, yelled "lock the doorsln Finally at 4:30, as promised on the tickets the first people were let in. For the next four hours comments such as "I need another meatball, quick!" Or "who ARE all these people, anyway," were heard from the Juniors turned wait- ers for a day . . . and at 9:30, when the last noodle was gone and last candle blown out, everybody stopped to eat the cake. It had been a great Junior success . . . but is it any wonder they hate spa- ghetti? 62 The finished product. Sandy Jensen-Smiling Junior Class Chef. M 9' -f tr Oltman and Kuritzky steal the show with "Guts" 2 , IT HAPPENS EVERY SUMMER One more pound of cold cream and no one will ever know F L14 ,N A 5 a if i i . l ' jg E mu:-..i..r ,,. E ...LQ H.: -e.. , Well, you don't look so bad yourself. . . It happened at Mount Daniel but almost didnit. We had no place to practice, no time to rehearse, and suddenly the last week was here-with long, long dress rehearsals, Cecil, a cold-cream job on the iloor, and "we just love you at Northwestern!" a hundred more times. I The first night went smoothly, with the Subdeb editors of Debu- tante falling madly in love with Pudgy Roulettes, the Count, Mr. Kenyon, Tod Colbert, and finally Custis Gaylord Oglethorpe. To everyones surprise, Susan Swarthout sadly sighed so long to her job for . . . a husband?!! Giffords was crowded afterwards. The second night the janitors didn't come to open up and Lawsy! Annabel lost her voice. Mary Oltman put both Bruce Kuritzky and the audience in hysterics with her portrayal of her novel "Guts" while Chris Larson downed nine cups of his mysterious punch. Everyone heard "I got tennis shoes" and "Who said New York Ain't Romantic?,' one last time and it was finally the hour for the cast party. Meredy's was crowded, and several dozen, many-hued faces auto- matically rattled off lines and said "I canit believe it's all over" like they do every time. But it will never happen again quite the same as It Happens Every Summer! v-P1 G ff rf' :il B I ,WVR U 1 1 I V5.5 Q. . L f 'Q ' -- V x 1 . Q . , 4 F 5' Qt'-0.5" 'Q A , A Q . - Z 0 yo ' 'vr-J"-4 1-'L . is 1, ., , .4 ith ,aff-.5-1 0 R '-N' .5 -. .1 . . I ' I 1 A ' cf t ' LU: W We 'yin fir V' t 2 Gam? e. Q, :ggi-iV.g3 5.4, ,. ,- ,M ., A". J f :Fi . 'fx ,gv -at r ' . 5 Ffh . X6 1 -f .-if . P X a An, NL. 4' 4.,J,165xf E, W , w N fs f A 1, ' f A ".f.eF' f V L ' pr V LTV' if 1. full 'FEM V 3.-1,1 ,- " LEX , ,highs gpg. by . V Nffffb, '-E21 ,L.gi '. , ,fn ..2i4:'4'W '!":"1?"i --- - - Y iQi' L" - Y QS. wi - in 'N ,vi 7 -W , Y. . W- -, - R . A QA : 5 V, N L , 5' Han: t ,, ., w L 1, 1... . -f ,jim 'u ltw 1 x -J x - V" N ' 9 1 . 1 V :tw I - waz- ,rn , -. 'Qu u CHRISTMAS ON THE SEINE To the cafeteria one Calmostj snowy afternoon . . . the Junior class brought Hthe Seine" . . . planning in the chemistry lab . . . bulletin boards during Study Hall . . . trees for certain lockers . . . wondering who was doing what? . . The 17th . . . travel posters . . fishing line . . . always present crepe paper . . . 100 Michelob bottles . . . Hanke's awnings . . . AMR's Christmas cards . . . Nat's bridge . . . why do lights melt cellophane? . . . and cleaning up a case of Sprite Over the River Seine . . . D the world of "Gay Paree" . . . Harriett's Eiffel L'ddy and Steve Tower . . . Lost Souls?. . . popping balloons . . . "p1ompy" burned out candles that made everyone laugh . . . A walk to the throne . . Kay and Jimmy. . . illumination . . . More, More, More . . . out and across the river . . . a first dance that really worked . . . Kay and Jimmy Jimmy Austin and Kay Bowie . . . King and Queen Liddy Browning . . . Maid of Honor Brenda Brittain . . . Senior Attendant Joellen Begle - - - Junior Attendant Mary Oltman . . . Sophomore Attendant Lynn Muilenburg . . . Freshman Attendant 65 SOCK HOPS QC. SoPHomoQe-5 fo Detou . Kline-professional chaperon - '- R PRES HYYXUU CID gli 1 -Cav? '47 at 2. yi XM ' 5,155-.EZQCIQ big? :ni S -1 -' lg it 3 ! 55 53' M 1 r gif? X - A Ni: pf' K in a CJ st f JI 9 531 SOPFDNOQLS marries TUNIORS' This year-decorated sock hops . . . a back door to go out of Cif it wasn't too coldb .... Electras . . . Kings Row . . . the night Larry tied us all up in string . . . the Chessmen . . . sometimes the Citations or the Cavemen. CRemember "shake a tail feather?',J . . . only 25 cents to get in after basketball games, and everyone is in the 9th grade . . . celebrating victo- ries and forgetting defeats in an atmosphere of loud music and friendly faces. Larry, I don't like being tied up in knots! r. , . ,..'.-4 ,,.., I1 El S FEATURE SIMARITANS SINK DISCIPLES -5 But Juniors ARE the best! Moose help!-I'm surrounded! HMM r .Ei , N. -Q' -sr 1 :ng H J 'ri -e .H a"'i -' V 1 w muh' - , ' r f Wrgug h Senior sign after the attack of J.V. cheerleaders. 55. and a quick reverse nl l...1-l l.--I I.. It was February 21. The signs were up . . . the cheerleaders were putting on the finishing touches of make-up . . . long afternoons in the gym faded out as a spirited Junior team faced the unholy height of the Senior Class amazons . . . wild passes . . . lost balls . . . liailing arms . . . and long legs. An impenetratable zone defense and a determined Disciple offense . . . set shots that wouldn't go in . . . a comedy of errors completed when Harriett and Sherri shot for the other's basket. . . Finally, the Senior bell rings . . . a coach goes to the showers, . . . and Mary Doyle's bid for stardom is complete. . the Junior team motto. 51.5 at spit pf l 1 5 ggle.'i1ii.ii I ' . . ' Y - V .Y -A . - , .im-952 AY :Mn FACULTY RGUTS KEY CLUB lj .LVEI:I SEIHU Faculty sirens pause briefly from cheering??l! to pose for Key Club photographer. Farris shoots for two. Despite the effort by "Greasy" and the gang, the "Muncie Marauder,"'the "Big Bear" and the faculty routed a strong Key Club team, while cheered on by the FACULTY friends . . . even Miss Vance helped . . . with G.M.'s first dunked foul shot. 5 V'-1.1 .- 'Yin f 6 Q rf, !ki'.f'T U"'? ' .,, f A 12" -'f . 1 -- A13-Ig: ,,-if ' A"n1r . is-2 -,r-,, , ,I V.-.,5.w. , I , A 1 L,'fL:lff"',E,V 'fa 5 - iii. Qiyfg, 4 ' 'l. -QQ Q, , G - ' V ' .' 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One last scream by Vicki, a gasp of horror, applause and the bearded company dispersed for a memorable evening. Then a Sunday spent rebuilding the school, taking time out only to sign the Hats and observe the first anniversary of the Greasy MacDonald's Pickle. Finally everything but the graveyard was packed away until the 3rd annual festival . . . next year. 72 l Cecil Gibbons, Director, and Mrs. Hull confer. WHAT NEVER DIES 1' y gg, ....maas1mi5aTa::'t-,L frlftfrt i 'f1."'T9i:".. Q V ,Q 757255- Tffui.-L ' " 5?-V E ig. M . Gum-snapping "Granny', Carlson and Barbara Mahaffey "fix" the stock market. Mrs. Dougherty .... ,... Mrs. Finiello ..., Mrs.'Armbruster . . . Jackie Armbruster , . . CAST . . . . . , . . . Laurie Bolster . . . . . . . Sally Carlson Barbara Mahaffey . . . Win Singleton THE LOTTERY Dickie ...,.. Girl ........ Martin Dunbar Delacroix .... Bill Hutchinson Davy ..... Mrs. Dunbar . . Jack Wilkins . AndrewLarson . . , . Meredy Wollenberg Mrs. Watson . . , Miss Bessom . . . CAST Tommy .,.. ....l...... B illy Martin , . . Peter Wollenberg Beth Bain , . . .... Dave Frazer Ted Ismay ChrisLarson . , . . . Mary O'Neale . . . . . . Reet Pierce Paul Kuritzky Old Man Warner . , . ..... Gil Hanke Belva Summers ......... Nina Cortada Joe Summers ..,..... Steve Abramson Tessie Hutchinson .... Susan Swarthout Villagers Susan Mileson, Fran Harbour, Terry Brennan, Karen Scheller, Allan Hurt, Bruce Kuritzky, Ted Newland, Mike Judson, Jim Coburn, Cal Simmons, A Eileen Brennan, Monica Cortada. Susan Swarthout is told that her son is about to be stoned by "The Lottery." The Farmers-Dave Fraser and Ted Ismay. A SUPERIOR AT FAUOUIER . . AND ON TO STATE WITH . III 'Q RISE AND SHINE E E5 L!-4 CAST Philip Sandford Grant ......... . . . Brnce Kuritzky Hebzebah Mercy Jones . . . .... Vicki Jones Henry Joseph .Tones ..., , . , Ted Newland Jane Morrison Jones . , . .... Mary Oltman 74 You say you're my great-great-grandmother "I think I missed the resurrection 'Eff . 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' 1 V- S71 pgs'-fix Tf-?1. F215-!!Mfi'1'fxHix ' ' , faltiif 5 , 1 AYE, A BONNIE LASS! On an Indian summer afternoon . . . a greeting party at the airport . . . Gee! She sure looks like --- . . . Hey! My name's Buchanan too . . . a noisy ride to a home on Poplar Drive . . . a day of rest . . . and then G.M. A sea of diiferent faces . . . a Junior civilization class . . . and "How do you like 'No, Alison, I definitely think the Harold tartan is brighter!" America?" a thousand times . . . days pass . . . names and faces become one . . . the first football game and her indoctrination into the Mustang Spirit . . . "Exercises in front of everyone?!', . . . never home . . . always at A.F.S. meetings with Susan . . . or sometimes by herself. A make-up specialist for the Dramatics Club . . . a part in the Variety Show . . . one of Mr. Dietz's most talented . . . endless puns and questions about English history first thing each morn- ing. An "I think not" when everybody else says "nope" and "How did you say that!!?" . . . a special love for ice cream. A busy Winter . . . and then came Spring . . . a trip to Indiana during Easter . . . always off to conventions . . . papers due . . . and the already too rare moments by herself were gone in the final rush . . . the Prom . . . thoughts of returning home to Forres . . . graduation . . . and many memories of a busy George Mason year. 1 ,ff qs., -tif -Fi? 13:5 Li: 151: T53- 1?-' 33 Q. 5111 'Ti' 112: J' -. 33, ' - fllnf 413' , A , fig JB if- ,, fha E? ' 'Z' miss kay bovvie miss rose martin miss margaret quam christmas queen sweetheart queen homecoming queen junior attendant miss margaret hannum senior attendant miss sally shaw :E-f-. A v ,. Q 1., r ,,u .. , i . 1 w I miss alison buchanan honorary attendant maid of honor miss karen herndon A Cgcwozfwef of Sowing 796 7 miss mimzy tackney queen ...,. 'S -nr Wv, nn I- n. , 'Q Y if 1 -. 9' " Q 2 . 0 ., ' r 4 4-. f -f 5 V , f. 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B+ AGN HN, the long afternoons of working practicing and sweating are put to the test on countless Friday nights and Saturday afternoons when the stands are filled with happy faces and cheering voices, the spirit of G.M. . . . and when you think back on it all, relishing the victories and pondering the defeats . . . you're happy to be a part of it . . . Q ATHLETICS 254 13,105 ,lf .wah f,, I I I , ,s.. 1 .f1,' - '71, -..-A .fini I ':"i ,J f- ' '41 bt, to -if ff, M , e a , a fill Q. .NNY A Q, 5 '--is ,xi W. 1,8 i I FOOTBALL THE SPIRIT OF '66 Greg Lindsey Wingbafck X x J im Austin, Co-Captain Guard Preston Rose, Co-Captain Linebacker, Guard ., ,, ,,,.. - ,, A Phil Hannum Tailback Robert Kennedy Blocking Back David Comer Tackle Carl Lindsey, Captain Tailback Corey Shea Guard Mark Oltman Tackle Y- ,su- - . . Bob Allder n V - ,if Q Tackle , JK'-A Bill Crocker End David Sandidge BOBO Nugent End End Brad Hertz End II .LV I.L'EI"IH SD 85 ATHLETICS lj "20 to 14, TD? With three fine coaches to lead the team, Varsity Football had a successful season with 5 wins and 3 losses. Under the lights at Loudoun Valley, the team saw their first victory with a 41-0 win. Unable to withstand James Wood the following week, Big Red came home to defeat Handley 14-7 on "one rainy day." Suffering defeat at the hands of Clarke County, the team traveled to Herndon to lose only by one point-13-12. We stampeded back with a 49-0 Homecoming victory over Fauquier. In a non-league contest, the Mustangs smashed the James Monroe Eagles 26-16. G.M. closed out the season by upending Loudoun County 14-7. Fred Crabill F ullback Nat Ames Center Chuck Stickney Tackle Frank Budge D-Halfback Rick Lincoln End Bing Earman D-Halfback Jim Anderson Back SOI.LH'IH.LV lj Chris Lacy Tackle Frank King Fullback as ,L r .,. ,xy-. 'Ill PDS. 1 gg, xt A.., 1-' 4 ing Kp - U .. ..,H, ilu .I ff ev , x 'fx Tr, . .k1+-:'g.r- 1.59. M... 1 i JA J , 4, ,,...,..x t ,...:,i.,-4, .M - I mu" . 's NYJ . . ,413 iff- . N.--Q :wa gJ-Lql.a:0- -m U, y . s x . 4' . N 5. , we-A ' .1 .1 kv' - fi X 3 - ,R 4, A 1' 1,4 P5 I 11.-,. V. JL' 1 'I 9- .' I ' ' 'Q' , I 1 R 2 PN f ,ww w 1 J' -,- 71, Ag ,f ,I 1- A .Ji-. T' f .n 1 -"-'Will 'mg' Q,Jm4,. . f 'fn V--'-541,- Qz uv., ' ' f, .-1,4 x.fj-..-'--A.-- - V, K-,,.,...5,:za,-.,,.f."N735l -11, ""-3 v pu.. -,,x X Mg. M 4 -wh ... A A. 7 ZA I - 'iii W ,j fy 1' 57 I 2 2 . , ,, .fx 9 x n 143 lr '3 AWK' Jack Sadtler Guard A1 Davis Center facts i .Lil v G.M. G.M. G.M. G.M. G.M. G.M. G.M. , ..q s , , G 4M, . ,H ,,l .M ,,. us..-' . U - ,-' V-,,, M., ,fm, 1.- aLwvkT9 f- .- wx -'A . ,.,-1 ' -.el J v--4' V.--.5 ' 7 ,' .' A . 1' , YNX1- 1 r . .. . , N. , SCHEDULE 41 7 14 16 12 49 26 14 lM'4'f.'- '-3 ' V f Y .3Il':1"' :M- .wif H .6 A 31 , x, . lgimi V ' 'f"f, W 25 NL. SOI.LEl'll-LLV lj Loudoun Valley James Wood Handley Clarke County Herndon Fauquier James Monroe Loudoun County ,V ,-l' f .-,. Q ,arf to . Eg F .i J, ,4.- "Large Joe and Easy Ed,' shout orders. E Mr. Gambill quietly holds the spirit stick. 1 ' 1 lk' n,,, an ,,.. : 4 I . n.k j ,'im l ' , Guard -: .li 1 ff 1 gil s , 1 ff 1 , , 1 A 7' V, A' 3 Ii' TOII1 Dill l C. ' I , V5 -V I, D TICS LE ATH VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD PD' E Y'r'!'fX it Left to Right. First Row-Coach Sommer, Bob Allder, Preston Rose, Co- Captaing Carl Lindsey, Captaing Jim Austin, Co-Captain, Robert Kennedy Second Row-Bill Cooksey, Manager, Al Davis, Charles Stickney, Chris Lacy, Bill McCormick, Dave Comer, Larry Mongole, Jack Sadtler, Coach Gambill Third Row-Larry Davis, Manager: Jeff Fisher, Bill Dressel, Jim Anderson Fred Crabill, Frank King, Mark Oltman, John Cruise, Bing Earman, Bill Crocker, Steve Purvis. Fourth Row-Bob McCabe, Manager, Dan Vines, Dave Sandidge, Corey Shea, BoBo Nugent, Brad Hertz, Charles Russ, Bob Kolonich, Frank Budge, Nat Ames, Phil Hannum, Greg Lindsey, Rick Lin- coln. J. V. FOOTBALL Left to Right. First Row-Bill Martin, Ed I-Iannum, John Velasquez, David Coach Gambill, Bill Marsh, Scott Cline, Mike Lacy, Mike Sandidge, Mike Hooper, Mike Yelverton. Second Row-Wendell Byrd, Tom Dill, Danny Nu- Tedder, Mark Spinelli, Bill Brooks. gent, Stuart Savage, Chris Brown, Joe Earman, James Davis. Third Row- J .V. football took on two teams and broke their long time losing streak. Their first meeting was with Loudoun Valley. They defeated Valley 14-0 and went on to a 14-2 victory over Fauquier County. No other games were played this season because of a lack of league teams. SDItLEl'TH.LV El All right you guys, cut that out! -- -.lv 1,-Y 'w Pl v. ' S Ure'-.1'1"r Animal moves in for the kill. U .LV 'IH SDLLH KD U3 BER O CRGSS CCU TRY TEA Left to Right. Kneeling-Rob Keeler, Mike Judson, Ron Hoke, Ted Yeary, Gil Hanke, Jim Willcock. Standing-Mr. Geoghegan, Coachg Bob Strickler, Bill Davies, Co-Captaing Kip Hewitt, Co-Captaing Neall Case, Bill Brown, Brian Dexter. f-?e 1- rv'-jf" V? " rw.: iff?- ,,.'L "N +' 1 f -M r"'- 1, a,..f: a ,aa ,r s ffm' 6 ,,Af'1 . aft' Q I 9,4-zfs " ..r L!f,.f:'I! iff,-' Y "' ,rf -I' viii?" R F .ff A ri . kg' ,J PJg4",,, if ,.p"'.:. 14-,Mr I D-ffl: KQASJVN'-x ff .,- . v. .LW X' - 'lm"!jj!lQ The harners take Clarke County for Just one of fifty s1x To w1n there has got M' Last minute instructions for "the big one." Three big ones-Wakefield, STATE, and District. 96 A D AT TATE g l . . . as it got longer step by step. Bill Davies and I im Willcock placed second and third for the team. Under the coaching of Mr. Geoghegan, the George Mason Cross Country team faced fifty-six teams and went through their season undefeated. On the Reston Course the G. M. Roadrunners easily took first at District. The following weekend, seven boys took a worthwhile trip to Williamsburg. In the 1-B State Championship meet the team scored a low Seventy-two pointsg all five scorers were under twentieth place. In the ceremony that followed G.M.'s team members were crowned H1966 Champs." A THE INTERNATIONAL SPORT SOCCER I - 4 -L .5 , Jigl., M r - V ,II-een: ...ls , In . -Q i A A 'I Ai Y SDILLEICIHLLV U vUY4,4- ' .5?9iq'sl 9 , -gihiwi,-:rin mu Left to Right. Standing-Lance McCracken, Robert Waring, Carl Parker, Clay Deans, Robbie Werth, Mark Greenberg, Mr. Harold, Coach. Kneeling-John Waldon, John Hundley, Mark Tosti, Wayne Coates, Wayne Locke, Rick Bus- Fisher, Bob Lundy, Andy Dupont, VII ay Vatsia, Bob Allder, Billy Cooksey, chow, David Blake, David Hunter, David Sanford, Brian Gendreau, Ben Phil Hannum, Preston Rose, Glen Kight, Frank Harnmerle, Mark Greenberg. 97 El ETICS HL AT ND O0 BASKETBALL 1967 "Rufus' up for the rebound. The Varsity team was faced with the problem of defending their District l-B Championship this year. The season's lirst high point occurred when they suc- cessfully downed Albemarle in their initial encounter. Although the team was fast-moving, and persevering, the lack of significant height and numerous injuries may account for the frustrating record. It was a season of last minute decisions and nerve-wracking close scores. The Mustangs scrapped all the way and upset second ranked James Wood in a late season game. In the final tilt they fell to then "number one" Handley, 45-46, and dampened a spirited student body. To the disappointment of G.M. partisans, the round- ballers lost their tournament game with an unwar- ranted defeat at Loudoun County's hands. "Robey" look S for alittle help Carl with two. Remember our basket is over here. Carl shakes up the Hornets nest. l "Horse" makes the move. SCHEDULE Team G.M. Ogp. 69 70 Loudoun County Loudoun Valley Fauquier County James Wood Clarke County Herndon Handley Loudoun Valley Loudoun County Fauquier County Clarke County Herndon James Wood Handley "Back off man. 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L 5 4 F 1355 ' " " fn 'fly L ' ' ,- .lf . .V ,,f-fm f Q:3"1W ,Q H, 5121... . . --gym. ff,,-- " ' , . 4, . -. -. :irq nf . :K U?'5F':: 4 "Q ' , H . - Nm gay- ,Ch N L,-' ,ppp I' 3 V 1 'L , ,. -1 -..,, .f-, 4 . Q J , 1, 1 G, X ., , Y --,,-,J .-,.,14 P i A , . , .1 108 TENNIS it S LADDER 1. Cal Simmons 2. Bill Brown 3. Skip Schwenn 4. John Cruise 5. Frank Budge 6. Mark Thur OPPONENTS Ireton Marshall Washington Lee Wakefield Yorktown T. C. Williams J.E.B. Stuart Jeifexson Langley McLean Left to Right. Kneeling-Mark Thur, Bill Brown, Calvert Simmons, John Cruise, Skip Schwenn, Vijay Vatsia. Standing-Clay Walden, Ted Ismay, Henry Hubben, Tom Flynn, Don Matheson, Phil Wilmont, Mike Grant. "Not over the fence- over the net!" j -o CHEERLEADERS VARSITY SQUAD: Beth Du- pont, Kate Fraleigh, Margaret Quam, Co-Captaing Mimzy Tackney, Co-Captaing Elaine Heeter, Margaret Hannum. 5?-'V5VfiE57??8'3'f 'f If R 271 Ip 'r,- ' ' . V Wy 431' EFF. A Q HN, any ' -1 P 1 x 1 ,v ,pl sw! V. .,'a'-3M-in N 'H W -r"'qS JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD: Robin Cruise, Co-Captaing Suzanne Dupont, Ginny Bon- nell, Claire Hastie, Priscilla Tackney. Not pictured-Cathy Owen, Co-Captain. Mil. FL! ' i .,...:ii-1. 0-.i,.-as-5-gQ,7l,..4.aq-vvr, : Ihr: ff L . 1:55 -3. 1:::,.'4,J 4, S" :f:+..4 "ff -H-ewsQ-a 71' 1 'iikiif f . 4ffII1'l 'A 4 fi"' f 4 F415 I ' ' Qr,QLjf"ff A 'kj-24 g.M PM 'i v! Y A' x4n,!4' gf A 5 AF :U F' iii! Q' RNATSONAL RELATIONS CLUB S ORGANIZATIONS ' With a club for every interest or hobby' the work at G.M. continues long after the.3E00 bell rings, sharing knowledge and common interests . . . learning and having fun , . . part of a group because it's something you want todo . . . STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION ' F T 'Y "'?""1-T,-4' 'T 7Y Ii I , . B .A SSS .,,...........,-. lil, K ll xl" F"T'. Left to Right--Front Row, C. Gibbons, Vice-President, J. Coburn, President. Second Row, M. Hannum, Junior' Class Representativeg H. Stanley, Junior Class President, B. McCarthy, Freshman Class President, B. Brittain, Treasurer, R. Cruise, Sophomore Class Representative, A. DuPont, 2nd Vice-President, B. Stroud, 8th Grade Representative. Third Row, M. Quam, Corresponding 'P I -H 1 s Secretary, M. Tackney, Senior Class Representative, C. Browning, Senior Class President, K. Fraleigh, Commit- tee Chairmang L. Browning, Committee Chairman, S Ames, Freshman Class Representative, G. Bonnell, Sophomore Class President, B. Waring, 8th Grade Pres- ident. Not Pictured, A. Pierce, Recording Secretary, W Singleton, Committee Chairman. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL CS.C.A.J 112 L I l Y STN T ' ..., I- A'-. ' A l l Bottom to Top-A. DuPont, B. Brittain, A. Pierce, S. Borellis, C. Gibbons, J. Coburn. R A '41 .,v STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Bright and early every Tuesday morning, a sleepy group of student leaders met, debated, and set down policies to govern the student body of G.M .... and out of those cold mornings came an attractive school handbook, a successful state convention, a donut concession for all students to enjoy, and Q a student monitoring system that almost worked . . . and if you listen closely, you can still hear Jim mumbling, "where did all the donut money y go to?" l "Dem Donuts Dent Dentures, Don't 'Dey?" "What-me monitor?" 1 "I know we're not supposed to feed the bears b t 't U "Darn donuts!!! ORGANIZATIONS lj INTER-CLUB COUNCIL v - -Ffl,A, -f -i wg a' B fr l. n fs , ,, w '- 1' 'Q 9 H I , o -B -at-75-E31 -M ,Inf ,'E ,f-in-ff Left to Right-Front to Back-Front Rowg B, Moore, C. Bennett, L. Martin- Bnek ROW: W- Singleton, S- Sehwenn, P- MeC00k, K- Fra Browning, C. Gibbons, D. Boland, J. Sides, S. Shaw, S. Swarthout, R. leigh, K- Herndon, P- Overby, S- Abramson, D- Jenkins, B- Kvritzky- The framework and guiding hand of G.M.'s many clubs NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Left to Right-Front Rowg C. Bennett, Vice-Presidentg K. Herndon, Presidentg A. Buchanan, Treasurerg G. Cal- lanen. Second Rowg K. Hewitt, L. Boston, K. Lucas, S. Swarthout, J. Davis, H. Stanley, B. Dupont, S. Moran. Third Row, S. Abramson, L. Stuebing, T. Smith, B Brittain, A. Wood, L. Browning, D. Boland, A. Pierce. Fourth Rowg J. Willcock, B. Arant, P. Judson, H. Troy, D. Crane, N. Cortada, D. Fredenburg, V. Smith, S. Schwenn, K. Fraleigh. Mainly concerned with their 3.30 averages and who'l1 be next to get a candle, the National Honor Society remains the ultimate goal of the knowledgable and the studious . . . "What do you mean, I owe 3 shillings in dues?" lj NS TIO ZA I ORGAN KEY CLUB Left to Right-Front Row, D. Fredenburg, T. Yeary, I. Coburn, N. Case, T. Carroll. Second Row, D. Fraser, J. Willcock, L. Lemon, R. Ray, B. Arant. Third Rowg J. Fisher, M. Thur, R. Farris, P. Hannum, D. Chevalier. Fourth Row, D. Paynter, G. Zieses, L. Stuebing, C. Wilson, M. Judson. Fifth Row, S. Kaplan, B. Crocker, C. Simmons, K. Hewitt, S. Howell. Sixth Rowg T. Edmondson, P. Rose, T. Smith, A. Hurt, S. Abramson, Mr. Underwood, Sponsor. OFFICERS I Left to Right-C. Simmons, Secretaryg P. Wilmont, Vice-President, S Schwenn, Presidentg N. Ames, Treasurer. A book drive for the Indian Peace Corps School . . . leading the U.N.I.C.E.F. drive . . . A Christmas party for retarded children . . . the Bond Issue . . . the March of Dimes . . . afternoons at the C.P. Center . . . ushering or parking cars . . . the Key and Keyette Clubs left not a stone unturned in serving their school and community . . . "How much does a phone call to Scotland cost?" KEYETTE CLUB ef' Left to Right-Front Rowg D. McMi1len, D. Nash, K. Fraleigh, M. Quam, L. Boston, S. Thackrey. Second Rowg C. Ogilvie, J. Elam, P. Harlow, C. Bennett, G. Callanen, C. Baum. Third Rowg P. McCook, S. Swarthout, P. Judson, V. Smith, C. Epstein, L. Garrison. Fourth Row, C. Gibbons, B. DuPont, S. Herb, B. Brittain, K. Herndon. Fifth Rowg S. Moran, H. Troy. OFFICERS Left to Right-Sitting, P. Harlow, Treasurer, S. Carlson, Correspond- ing Secretaryg L. Browning, President, L. Garrison, Vice-President, L. Boston, Recording Secretary. Standing, P. McCook, Chaplain, S. Swarthout, Historiang M. Quam, District Corresponding Secretaryg B. Brittain, Senior Representative, G. Callanen, Junior Representative. SNOLLVZINVDHO III III ONS I ORGANIZAT TRI-HI-Y Left to Right-Front Row, PL Sager, S. Betters, A. Walsh, L. Potter, B. Moore, D. McMil1en. Second Row, E. Sealock, M. McQuary, D. Boland, P. Harlow, L. Garrison, A. Rhoads. Third Row, S. Herb, B. Street, K. Lavender, P. Smith, I. Jackson, N. Clark, R. Robey, L. Rhodes. CFF I CERS il w ll l T .1 l T-, -rg ltd. ir ...V - J, V... Left to Right-Kneeling, J. Sides, Vice-President, S. Shaw, President. Standingg K. Herndon, Treasurer, J. Manning, Chaplain, C. Gibbons, Sgt. at Arms. Not Pictured, S. Herb, Secretary. Q L 2 Left to Rxght Front Row L Stueblng B Gray E Modine, B. Watkins, P. Hannum, B. Cooksey T D111 C Wrlson Second Row Mr Sldenstick, Sponsor, P. Eager, B. Arant, B. Nugent B Davxes M Oltman J ONeal B Crocker. rr I ! Left to Right-Kneelingg B. McCabe, Presidentg T. Newland, Vice- President. Standingg R. Kennedy, Chaplaing F. Warner, Treasurerg C. Snowden, Secretary. ORGANIZATIONS lj PEP CLUB Left to Right-Front Row, L. Herrera, D. Ames, L. Luckett, I. Acosta, G. Goetz, D. Mattson, K. Morse, S. DuPont, C. Beck, D. Dinkle, C. Humphreys, P. Kinney, S. Lemon, P. Fraley. Second Row, S. Lawless, C. Dailey, A. Ellis, J. Martin, D. Stroud, S. Line, B. Brittain, S. Sealock, L. Brandt, D. Head, D. Nash, C. Boggs, C. Rouse, K. Wood. Third Row, R. Hamer, J. Sides, E. Davis, H. Somehow . . . overnight . . the goal posts are painted . . . "good luck" signs appear on the players' lockers . . . spirited posters line the walls . . . programs are printed and sold . . . as a busy group keeps the spirit of G.M. on the move . . . Stanley, E. Heeter, M. Hannum, P. Smith, M. Quam, K. Fraleigh, P. Singleton, L. Rhodes, S. Stanley. Fourth Rowg M. Tackney, D. Hig- don, M. Grim, D. Willcock, L. Grigg, P. Tackney, K. Owen, R. Cruise, G. Bonnell, G. Kirby, M. LaVinus, G. Locklar, P. Kanode, B. Livingston. Left to Right-C. Hastie, Historian, S. Borellis, Vice-President, R. Martin President, S. Shaw, Treasurer, B. DuPont, Secretary. -.. t Left to Right-Front Rowg R. Hoke, P. Gibson, B. Dexter, J Willcock, R. Kennedy, T. Yeary, J. Cruise, G. Hanke, C. Russ. Second Rowg K. Hewitt, R. Farris, B. Allder, J. Austin, D. Comer, B. Crocker, N. Ames, N. Case.' Letter sweaters . . . a halftime brawl . . goating CD . . . "Agent 23 says . . ." . . . promoting good sportsmanship through friendship and spirit . . . MONOGRAM CLUB CCC- i Lefto to Right-P. Hannum, Presidentg P. Rose, Vice- Presidentg C. Simmons, Secretary-treasurer. SNOILVZINVDHO lj 121 III ONS I ORGANIZAT r-1 I0 KO FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Left to Right-First Row, E. Brennan, S. Jenson, S. Herb, P. Harlow, C. Ogilvie, E. Sealock, L. Yelverton. Second Row, D. McMillen, L. Rhoades, H. Troy, B. Street, D. Hillman, D. Stevens, C. Epstein. Lectures on teaching . . . movies on teaching . . . panels on teaching . . . Whew! But out of it all comes a better understanding ofthe ability to share knowledge and an insight into the process of education. Left to Right-Sitting, K. Lucas, Secretary, C. Bennett President, P. Gibson, Vice-President. Second Row, K Lavender, Librarian, S. Carlson, Historian, S. Thackrey, Treasurer. FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Left to Right-Front Row, T. Clement, Historian, C. Owen, Treas- urer, P. McCook, President, K. Fraleigh, Vice-President, K. Bado- vinac, Public Relations, N. Martin, Secretary. Second Row, B. Gib- son, Pat Hundley, M. Kite, D. Head, L. Brandt, S. Betters, S. '-wa. Griflith, P. Kanode, C. Kirby, J. Beitle, A. Newton. Third Row, G. Callanen, B. Brittain, B. Livingston, L. Muilenburg, M. LaVinus, P. Smith, J. Jackson, M. Doyle, B. Street, L. Killam, F. Roderick. A field trip to Georgetown Hospital . . . collecting for U.N.I.C.E.F. . . . A Thanksgiving basket . . . March nof Dimes . bakesales . . . or just lending a helping hand whenever possible. lj NOLLVZINVDHO s D S TION ZA I ORGAN l-I IO -P FUTURE HGMEMAKERS OF AMERICA ff' T ' ifxrfhnf 'C' K ' Y K i i ' - I 'i 1- '- 1 4+-Sai . . I I Left to Right-Front Rowg L. Yelverton, E. Smart, D. McMi1len, A. Ellis. Second Rowg R. Tanner, C. Ogilvie, Treasurerg C. Bennett, Presidentg S. Shaw, Vice-Presidentg C. Epstein, Secretaryg J. Manning. Third Rowg K. Boggs, G. Wilson, C. Rouse, J. Elam, B. Street, M. Bailey, A. Katen, D. McMillen. A Christmas tea for teachers . . . guest speakers . . .astate charter. . ."MoneyManageme11t". . . wrapping packages for the needy and . . . "I think I'l1 hire a full-time maid." FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS GF AMERICA Left to Right-Seatedg B. Moore, President. Standingg L. Yelverton, B. Street, G. Wilson, B. Warner, K. Badovinac, E. Davis, Mrs. Wilson, S. Borellis. Learning to apply their classroom skills in the world of business . . . preparing for the challenges of future organization. li 3 EI SNOILVZINVDHO ORGANIZATIONS lj FRENCH CLUB FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY Left to Right-Front Row, H. Troy, R. Cruise, L. Browning, V. Smith, C. Bennett, B. Moore, C. Terman. Second Row, K. Chamberlain, A. Buchanan, L. Bunch, J. Davis, S. Schwenn, S. Savage, M. Thur. Third Row, F. Hunter, P. Harlow, D. Chevalier, B. Arant, T. Edmondson. These two clubs had an active and enjoyable year, consisting of dinners, movies, plays, concerts . . . and defending Charles De Gaulle . . . SPANISH CLUB SPANISH HGNOR SOCIETY , an Left to Right-Front Row, S. Papanicolas, Vice-President, D. Boland, Presidentg D. McMillen, Secretaryg P. Judson, Social Chairman. Second Row, R. Hamer, M. Holzhaver, L. Herrera, S. Luckett, J. Pope. Third Row, M. McGlin, C. Black, L. Boston, A. Crane, D. McMillen. Fourth Row, K. Badovinac, C. Simmons, A. Rhoads, C. Crane, T. Clement. Dinners . . . concerts . . . breaking the piriata. . .pushing wheelchairs . . . and a closer understanding of our neighbors to the South. . . Left to Right-Front Rowg K. Rouse, M. Bailey, B. DuPont, J. Pope. Second Row, S. Papanicolas, C. Crane, P. Judson, D. Goodyear, C. Black, D. Paynter. Third Row, A. Rhoads, Vice-President, D. Boland, President, L. Boston, Secretary-Treasurer, L. Merkle, S. Howell, C. Simmons. SNOLLVZINVDHO lil E S ORGANIZATION 1-A IO O0 GERMAN CLUB A-"fH-Fffufl rx-furvgr . , . aus snltlrmxi E if f ff 1123 t- Left to Right-M. Scott, C. Dixson, Presidentg I. Fisher, Mrs. Brown, Sponsorg L. Killam, R Hedeen. Not Picturedg Steve Abramson, Vice-President. Morgen, morgen nur nicht heute sagen alle faulen Ieute . . . a bike tour down the canal . . . plenty of good German food . . . and, of course, the Oktoberfest . . . "Who's that standing on his head?" INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Left to Right-Front Row, N. Cortada, Secretary, P. Judson, lanen, C. Simmons, L. Boston, P. Smith. Third Row, H. Vice-President, S. Abramson, President, A. Buchanan, K. Acosta, J. Thur, P. Eager, T. Smith, W. Singleton, C. Hooper, Hewitt, Historian. Second Row, R. Martin, A. Ellis, K. Isack- A, Hurt, B. Arant, T. Ismay, L. Rhodes, B. BTOWH, F- Hllllfef- son, D. Boland, L. Bolster, S. Mileson, S. Swarthout, G. Cal- Not Pictured: L. Potter, Treasurer. A never-ending battle to raise enough money for next year's American Field Service Scholar . . . learning from guest speakers . . . organizing the AFS assembly . . . and feeling the satisfaction that comes from working towards international understanding and friendship. SNOLLVZINVDHO D ORGANIZATIONS lj NINTH-TENTH GRADE CHOIR Front Rowg W. Keyser, D. Blystone, L. Hammond, D. Conley, B. Loving. Second Rowg L. Femald, K. Scheller, A. Perry, J. Lawhorn, I. Chevalier, D. Hass. Third Row: R. I-Ioke, I. Driver, M. Scott, D. Vines, W. Coates, C. Momsen, P. Block. Entertaining the Hermitage . . getting kicked out of Seven Corners "What's a singing license? JUNIOR-SENIOR CHOIR .er Left to Right-Front Rowg B. Wells, B. Moore, K. Lucas, K. Isackson, G. L. Rhodes, P. Judson. Fourth Row, S. Papanicolas, S. Schwenn, P. Mazzie, I. Callanen, C. Bennett. Second Row, S. Herb, E. Davis, S. Jensen, D. Drum- Fisher, B. Gray, G. Hanke, R. Ray, B. Ermerins. Fifth Row, J. Hare, D. mond, H. Troy, N. Cortada, P. Smith, D. Lindsey, M. Muilenburg. Third Fredenburg, B.LaBaugh, B. Kuritzky, S. Howell, K. Bost. Row, K. Burns, C. Gibbons, K. Herndon, T. Clement, S. Thackrey, J. Beitle. . . . And 'dlling G.M.'s halls and assemblies with the Lmforgettable sounds of inspired singing! II OLLVZINVDHO SN D-4 U3 P-I READERS ENSEMBLE 1f+'-Q-"'Q-A-+ff'f 7' Left to Right-Front Row, K. Lucas, B. Moore, B. W ll S. S h e s, c wenn, L. Herndon, M. Scott, P. Judson, S. Howell, D. Fredenburg, L. Rhodes, R. Ray Fernald, K. Bost, H. Troy, A. Ellis, S. Herb. Second Rowg G. Hanke, K. J. Beitle, J. Hare. G.M.'s Enest voices whether performing difficult medlies or just enjoying themselves, they continue to promote fine music in 132 the school and the community . . . TRI-M MODERN MUSIC MASTERS Left to Right-Front Rowg D. Fredenburg, Vice-Presidentg K. Herndon, Presi- dentg S. Herb. Second Rowg B. Troy, C. Baum, H. Troy, B. Kuritzky, P. Judson, T. Clement. Third Rowg C. Bennett, G. Hanke, K. Bost, L. Rhodes. Where to go for the next field trip. . .pot luck dinners . . . singing and playing . . . listening to speeches . -. . tryouts . . . singing and playing. . . the Modern Music Masters of G.M. III SNOLLVZINVDHO 133 ORGANIZATIONS C1 BAND Members of the band are-S. Ames, R. Anderson, C. Baum, J. Beitle, D. Blake, L. Bolster, B. Buschow, R. Buschow, B. Cooksey, H. Cooksey, J. Driver, B. Eckert, R. Edner, D. Evans, L. Fernald, E. Fox, P. Fredenburg, D. Fredenburg, J Hare, G. Hood, J. Johnson, B. Kuritzky, G. LaBaugh, J. Leon- Long hours of marching . . . halftime shows . . . pep rallies . . . and concerts . . . translating the spirit of G.M. into good music. . . ard, R. Macomber, M. Montean, C. Newland, A. Newton, Norman, P. Overby, G. Parrish, T. Rackowski, S. Ripley, Rollins, D. Sanford, R. Sebastian, M. Seal, W. Singleton, Shelburne, G. Simpson, T. Smith, T. Speetzen, E. Stanley, Stanley, B. Troy, V. Vatsia, F. Watson, R. Werth. , 3- .Y.Y.. Y. ,1.. ,ML , 1 1 fi? 'QE 1 -VJ 1 .fl5 -F' Q 1 I 4 1 X. . T, .,.-...-.i 1 1 1 ' F1 -WH, I 7 1,f 1 1 ...f , ! Rx , 1, 1 . .1111L- I 'ex 1 -'W w -1 1 . -'If ,,.,....., Nl '1 L ,T.,-l....T.Q lE1 1 . MW L. Snowden, Captain. 1PIi D. Hass ,L.QL ,ft V .'?5m MAJ ORETTES A Alf 1 V 1 I ' xii ,A ,l 1 1 11vfgfXm J - 1 " jv Halftnme shows e . I. Z 1 1 'X ,' 1 'F1 C l ri. 1 k 1 . ,I " . -J -x , S . 55, HT Tx, . A Q. ,7 A, . X x x 1 1 1 ! 1 f Fi 1 g 'f N my ORGANIZATIONS lj 136 CHEERLEADING CLUB Left to Right-Front Rowg L. Browning, Managerg B. DuPont, M. Tackney, K. Fraleigh, M. Quam, E. Heeter. Second Rowg R. Cruise, P. Tackney, C. Owen, G. Bonnell, S. DuPont. Selling beanies . . . stepping elegantly from limousines . . . or cheering intherain. . .the Cheerleading Club unseliishly supported G.M.'s teams and kept the boys in the stands on their toes . . . CHESS CLUB Left to Right-G. Moore, F. Lundy, M. Tosti, K. Burns, Mr. Comber, Sponsorg R. Warren. The quietest meetings of all the clubs at G.M. . . 4 serious faces and straining minds . . . until the stillness is broken by a cruel laugh and . . . "checkmate.', . . . AUDIO-VISUAL as The behind-the-scenes heroes of all assemblies, class meetings and classroom movies . . . the A.V. stall never had a free moment . . . Left to Right-Front Rowg F. Locklar, R. Keeler, M. Comer, T. Schreve, C. Shackelford, B. Fox, J. O,Neil, M. Burke, P. Ropshaw, B. Brooks, C. Russ. Second Rowg R. Shick, M. MacKenzie, E. Hedcen, B. McCormick, B. Schlager, J. Driver. SNOILVZINVDIIO Cl 137 ORGANIZATIONS El BIGLOGY CLUB Left to Right-M. McGlin, S. Dill, K. Snyder, S. Moran, S. Sherman, M. Burns, D. Sanford R. Warren, J. Lawhorn, B. Schuman, D. Jenkins. Probing the mysteries of life . . . slimey stuif . . . creepy crawlers. . . snakes and snails. . .and that good old standby, the frog. . . SCIENCE CLUB Left to Right-Front Rowg J. Vanderheyden, I. Burns. Second Rowg R. Clement, B. Fox, P. Rhodes, M. Thatcher, R. Waring. Third Rowg A. Ciaccio, H. Herman, P. Eskildsen, P. Gregory, J. Wright. Field trips . . . guest speakers . . . learning and having fun . . . while striving for a better understanding of the world around you . . . SNOILVZINVDHO El ORGANIZATIONS lj QUILL and SCROLL V ' 1 Qi:-4 -L Left to Right-Front Rowg S. Swarthout, P. Overby. Second Rowg S. Moran, D. Hillman, J. Koffman. "Who's that?" . . . this little-known club serves as a meeting of the journalistic mindg of G.M. DRAMATICS CLUB Try-outs. . .constant rehearsals that last long into the night . . . the tension of opening night . . . and a deep feeling of satisfaction when the curtain falls and the applause begins. . . Left to Right-Front Rowg J. Davis, Treasurer, N. Cortada, Vice-President, B. Kuritzky, President, S. Swarthout, Secretary. Second Row, T. Carroll, L. Stuebing, F. Harbour, I. Coburn, A. Buchanan, K. Isackson, S. Thackrey, L. Luckett, P. Harlow, S. McGillivray, L. Werth, V. Jones. Third Row, L. Killarn, B. Parnell, L. Bolster, T. Brennan, M. Wollenberg, H. Stanley, S. Carlson, A. Rhoads, E. Brennan, J. Dalton. Fourth Row, M. Carlo, M. O'Neil, T. Newland, M. Judson, K. Scheller, R. Crawford, T. Clement, L. Rhodes, T. Ismay, C. Larson, C. Simmons, S. Abramson, S. Mileson, P. I udson, C. Hooper, C. Gibbons, A. Hurt. Not Pictured, P. Kuritzky, L. Matthes, R. Pierce, W. Singleton, G. I-Ianke, S. Borellis. ...M .. . ,il .4 "A little more emphasis on Debutanlef' Bob Gray-'thuman ily!" SNOLLVZINVDHO U ORGANIZATIONS lj LASSO if-' .F . 1:51 r 1 , X-.. -l i Left to Right-Front Rowg H. Stanley, P. Hannum, I. Acosta, S. Smith, L. Fernald. Third Rowg S. Abramson, A. Hurt, Spring Editor, Mileson. Second Row, M. Thur, C. Simmons, L. Werth, P. Overby, R. Sebastian, C. Hooper, N. Cortada, E.. Smartt, K. Hewitt, F. Fall Semester Co-Editorg D. Hillman, J. Jackson, S. Moran, T. Hunter. Not PicturedgAlice Pierce, Fall Semester Co-Editor. Long meetings and short deadlines . . . financial problems, saved by the Simaritans . . . a shakedown in organization . . . and a newspaper that is beginning to speak for the students of G.M. . . TEMPO di- .. W. .-:sq Left to Right-Front ilowg T. Ismay, C. Simmons, E. Brenna, T. Clement, T. Yeary. Second Rowg S. Abramson, N. Cortada, H. Troy, J. Koffman, S. Mileson, S. Schwenn, R. Bost, S. Moran. Third Rowg A. Rhoads, S. Swarthout, K. Wood. "Insecurity is . . ." broken verse . . . fiowing prose. . .probing universal truths . . . and discovering a talented Scottish poetess . . . 143 SNOLLVZINVDHO lj Left to Right-J. Mims, CO- Photography Editor, C. Browning, Literary Editor. Left to Right-Front Rowg L. Moss Underclass Editorg R. Martin, Organizations Editor, H. Stanley, Features Editor. Second Rowg C. Larson, Index Editor, A. Rhoads, Faculty Editorg B. Gray, Sports Editor, J. Sides, Editor-in-Chief, H. Acosta, Ad Editor, K. Bowie, Business Manager, T. Smith, Co- Photography Editor, K. Hemdon, Senior Section Editor. X? L 'What is a Nest1c's Crunch?" MUSTANG eft to Right-Front Row, L. uilenburg, M. LaVinus, K. Morse, . Lynch, D. Hughes, G. Goetz, J. artin, E. Heeter, P. Sager, V. Ianneman, L. Brandt, D. Head, P. Canode, M. Kite, L. Luckett, R. artin, H. Acosta. Second Row, K. outin, S. Line, D. Stroud, A. arson, A. Rhoads, K. Herndon, C. Erowning, L. Moss, L. Rhodes, J. Rides, P. Smith, K. Bowie, H. 'tan1ey, B. Arant, M. Oltman, T. may, P. McCook, C. Larson, B. rittain, M. Thur. Moose met her dead1ine?! . :yr -1.57.-5.---+V, . .V 4, I .. -4 np.-,.J.f' .zz-v1-51 . . ..-IC.-L.-4.-,ggi . ., . VJ., ,L-N-.i-D K f "No candids in the locker rooms!" fe5Tfi "Sometimes I get the urge to bite somebody!" " .f'.. -5EQ?ifv.fZf mi 7' 115777 if, ..- ,.......--- V ' r - :ni-aaa 022- , . , 536' vt, Q., ' 2? 0 .. '-f.-'N' ' , .. ...V . A In , -YQ 44- , . ., .ef-,V 'JU Y , V., Tj' ' ,, ' "17-Q.a':'i'qTF""f:rf'Qgf:fLx-ilvi-3ff- 4 T.. 'Q I "'f . ,in .V :gy-Q - - J -'Mp ' ' , -' -wr- 1. " ,l. . tm. ' .'-, i aw- ' """':.7f'..': -2 'L' s J -T-F35 0. 'g4.."1""f"'7'f'! 915-7i:'I-:.?'F'-'51'-'..lf'vi"?Zit '-E ' .L '37 .7 u.'f'2iau.'A' FACULTY .2 PPI The challenge of teaching at G.M. extends beyond the ordinary classroom instruction . . . ,lt is the latest application of the latest teaching methods . . the shaping of young minds, and the rewards of mutual Understanding. L w ' v Z., . -, I , D Y . ','-VY ji! V ,. ,AA. v+.1gg,- , W, A.. wa F fqi'e L 5 fl- ' f - -.H - In ,qnihhx i Far ., 1: X u 4 5 f,,gp-sv--rm-vs? -' ' ,JP N - ,-.f-I U,-W E: ' , " A ,. , Lf "gf , 4 . 1 . ' Qff i..L211':f-'. , ' na N A W S, N, S A ,ll-Q. - ,nn - Q fl 'f 'X - - k.n:-"EU-.'i-, ,-gf ' , .. , 1 H. ' 'V 'xgig F A ,- . "A .A A' ,- f":,f,iy' .ff-51.5 - fre X , V 1.1.1 4 .-1 ,. -I N- 5. ' , . fn' b Lv ' ' -1 ' .-...H.. li af -,fl ' ,f.f,. A ,. L M27-1 5, M- .-awww . .ff ' ' we K ills ."' M A ,-1 1 'YH 'fm V ' , up . K ,jawn V FACULTY U SCHOOL BGARD 'T . ., 5 X I wx . wi ,gk 4g,,LQQ Mr. J. Roger Wollenberg Mrs. Jesse Th21CkfCY + Clmif-man Vice-Chairman 'f'!--. DR. DWIGHT E. KNOX ff' o Superintendent of Schools ' ' f l V 1- , A ' 3 1. K M Al.. ,f, 4 .. sm og Dr. James Wood Mr. Robert Cruise Dr. Thomas Cotner 'S all A - MR. J. EARLE PHILLIPS A ssismnt Superintendent of Schools Dr. John Miles MTS- SHHY Strait ADMINISTRATION The responsibility of 1,100 different faces . . . guiding . . . disciplining . . . understanding . . . and helping their students through six years of change and growth. T14-'5J"x fins . Q Mr. John Murdaugh Principal Mr. Harold M. Kline Assistant Principal A.L'If1DV:I 1:1 149 GUIDANCE A quiet refuge from the crowded halls, the people in Guidance were always ready to listen- the beginning of a career . the gateway to higher education ,,. THE LIBRARIANS-MRS. DALTON, MRS. DePASQUALE, MRS. HAGEN MRS. MILDRED DALTON A.B., George Washington University Lib.Sci., Madison College. Librarian ' MRS. NANCY DePASQUALE B.A., Shepherd College. Librarian. MRS. CHARLOTTE HAGEN Northwestern Business College. Library Secretary Audio Visual . . I.. -4.-. , - '--. l Y l PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE MRS. NATALIE SCOTT, R.N SPECIAL EDUCATION MRS. MARY IONZ B.A., Texas Western College, M.S., Northern State College. 'T" 'xl 'v A K fA'r ,KE 'N-s.,.,' X fL"'r TYTIITW MRS. MARILYN BUTTERFIELD B.A., University of California. English 7, 8 - Seventh Grade Sponsor, Forensics Club 152 ENGLISH -J-gg-5 - :. . ,,-,A S 5 MR. JAMES S. DIETZ A.B., Brown University. U .S . C ivilization, Creative Writing, English IV, I V-Honors, Twelfth Grade Sponsor, Debate Team, George Mason Film Union. Searching for the hidden , meaning or diagraming sentences . . pantomiming with Mrs. Hull, MISS JANET M. FESLER debating with Mr. Dietz, B-A-, Smith College, and the latest version MAT" Yale University' of Hamlet. English 11, IV- Honors, What's the true value of the printed page? Eleventh Grade Sponsor, Lasso l R4 R' 2 1 1 f . L , ,, .m Y :M A. . W: l A A 'i Q 'Rf-Q89 f , . ' l I fill-.L+ - ami. .. lf lf ,' Y1.!5".g A' if-.F 'fl ' v -' ---ffc.--.K--: ': fr fe .A I -- -: J ,,..:e.. 1 A il! 'f-ce A -H , ,, ,inf 'v- 1.v'li"5' 5 . ' x.T N I W 'S MRS. BARBARA D. FIRKIN A.A., Pine Manor Junior College, B.A., Commonwealth College for Women. English II, III. MRS. CAROL M. HULL B.A., Hamline University. English III, IV, Public Speaking and Drama III, IV. Dramatics Club. i v 1 l MR. JOHN M. GEOGHEGAN B.A., Lynchburg College. English 9. Ninlh Grade Sponsor. MRS. MARGARET HAMILTON un B.S. Madison College English 8. Eighth Grade' Chairman, Future Teachers of America. III lf- MRS. DORIS J. JACKSON B.A., Howard University English 9, French 7, 8, I. 153 A.I.'1flDV:I Q1 'S MRS. ESTELLE A. LIPSNER B.A., Albion College. English 7, 8. Seventh Grade Chairman, Trend. 154 I .' 1 MISS JANET G. PRISAZNICK B.A., George Washington University. English 9, III. Ninth Grade Sponsor, Tempo. 5- -' MISS MARGARET M. VINCENT B.S., Fordham University. English II, IV. Tenth Grade Chairman, Tempo. MR. IAMES MCBLAIR A.B., M.A. University of California. U .S . Civilization, World History, Psychology, International Relations Club. Mustang. SOCIAL STUDIES John Smith saves Pocahontas for the third or fourth time, . MRS. CAROLYN B. HARDMAN Rome 15 overrun' M.A., University of Rochester. arid Virginia History, U .S. History. lille Constitution is finally ratified . . . Seventh Grade Sponsor. And from the midst of it all COITICS H deeper SWHTCIICSS .M . A..L"If1DV:l El MR. CHARLES B. BROUILLETTE B.S., Southern Illinois University. Government, Social Problems, Geography. Public Relations of past, present, and future. 1 l MRS. KATHERINE K. HANLEY B.A., B.S., University of Missouri, M.A.T., Harvard University. U .S. History, World History. Eleventh Grade Sponsor, Mustang. MR. GREGORY H. WILLIAMS B.A., Ball State University. U .S. History, Government, Civics. Eleventh Grade Sponsor. MR. ALBERT A. LETIECQ B.S., M.Ed., University of Maryland. World History. Ninth Grade Sponsor. 156 MRS. KATHERINE MCCORMICK B.A., Bucknell University, M.A., Northwestern University. Virginia History, U .S. History. Seventh Grade Sponsor, Future Nurses Club. XS 'K-. 'li V tr ft-lvl? 'T' .N ., ,,w.,. S . f -, S?-A CCI . A-Q. C ,ah x'1f.Ngi:.',Q?Qi:. rims w A t if " ' -7 . '-'FFL 1, 6. ff'-' Q ' 'gg Qjxm uni-'r rs: ...W , WYQL ll: H' '-"M ER f ..,-Lrg -rgfgp, tr -ff E 1:41 L1 Q- ' 'W ' '?.'qf:,v'It".45,gl, Y pf- ,X . A 1 , ls... ., . ,-15, 1,151-.W-X X.-.gl I 1' ,, ' 1 'gwggyift l . Qf -A iff: .1 ji' li:--I V V waz.: V. 1 '- I Lv- m'lfJ.'-.L+Q'.T1-.' 'frlfgf l , ' - gnu. I1 .t4,,,-:..i..'-. MR. CHARLES HAROLD M.A., University of Glasgow, Geography. Eighth Grade Sponsor. MRS. JUSTINE K. TOMAN B.S., St. Louis University. G o vernment, International Relations. Twelfth Grade Sponsor. Scotland , ..- Y.:-:r :W N Ei A 1 vm, ,. I Y ' , MRS. LAURA K. KADWELL B.A., Syracuse University, M.A., University of Missouri. General Math I, Algebra II. Tenth Grade Sponsor. rg if: ,. -i MRS. MARIE M. YUDOWITCH B.S., Florida State University. Geometry, Algebra Il, Science 8. MR. CHESTER S. ROCKWELL B.A., Shepherd College, MISS CARMEN L. VANCE B.S., University of Missouri. Algebra I, General Math I. Eleventh Grade Sponsor, Junior M.A., George Washington University. Variefy show' Algebra II, Integral Math, Geometry ISMSGJ, Algebra III-Trigonometry. Twelfth Grade Chairman. "3-1.1-. I- v- LQ I .. MRS. BETTY C. WITHERS B.A., University of Denver, M.S., University of Illinois. Algebra I, I ISMSGJ, Ill, Elementary, Functions, Consumer Math. Eleventh Grade Chairman, Junior Variety Show, Keyeltes. MR. GERALD A. LEHMANN B.S., Michigan State University, A.M., University of Illinois. Calculus, General Math ll, Geometry KSMSGJ, Algebra I KSMSGJ. Tenth Grade Sponsor, Math Club. SCIENCE A world of experimentation and discovery. 'I never knew there was so much inside a Frog" . . . getting high on oxygen, Plaguing the halls with evil smells . . and . . . always the horrible shadow of the Science Fair looms ahead. vIRS. ALICE L. ROONEY B.S., Marywood College. Tk I.. , T 'I ' I Ll in ' , lr Themistry, Chemistry Study. MR. JEROME K. LAYTON MRS, VIOLET D. CLARK Tleventh Grade Sponsor, Science Club. B.S., University of Kentucky, BA., George Washington University. n- E ' M,Ed,, University of Virginia, Biology, Biology-Special Math, Science 7. if 'K V: Science 7, 8, Seventh Grade Sponsor, Biology Club. ' f "X' ' , Q' .- -.-.- .e . . .1 -4 ioiaguneiwr- -ei l"'!.,...... Q - ...- Aga 1.Q s. xr, WEL-H ,Q 1. Eighth Grade Sponsor, T eaclzers' Welfare, Science Club. MRS. MAXINE E. ROPSHAW B.A., Miami University of Ohio. Biology, Biology IBSCSL. Student C oliperative Association. -P17 XX . H . Q i I J fl-1 lf 5...-.-- 1-.-Q15 ----41. lm-N'-A , , v ' i LANGUAGES From "Bonjour, Jeanv to L'Omnis Galliau language is living form one dialogue to the next . . "Is ALM really the product of a warped mind?" MR. NORMAN G. UNDERWOOD B.A., University of Arizona. French I, II, Spanish 7, 8, I. Key Club. ' . .ul MRS. ELEANOR TEMPLETON B.S., Camegie Institute of Technology. General Science 9, Earth-Space Science. Ninth Grade Chairman. X A and II I THECDORE J. HENRY B.A., New Mexico Highland University. Science 8, Earth-Space Science, Physics. Eighth Grade Sponsor, Assembly Chairman. 160 I I I ,f f' ,,, - in . . H 5. 'J' A LEU "1- 1' 1 is Q LF, if ' A ri " is fb E I Iii, MRS. ILEANA E. ALIM B.A., American University. French 7, 8, III, IV, V. French Club, Twelfth Grade Sponsor. MRS. ALICE W. KRUM B.A., Madison College. Spanish 7, 8, I, II, Spanish Club, Tenth Grade Sponsor. MRS. KATHLEEN T. BROWN B.S., Georgetown University. French II, German I, II. French Club, T entlz Grade Sponsor. . I1 l' j fl I il 1,.- I . , ,, ill W ' 'l' '.,'1,J-Q I .illH.kf1. ..sT1i:xf:if Q :gulf MRS. LOUISE C. COSTA ,P . 2? .F 1 Ig' .-1.1 32 5.31. -.a ' , -z.'.,:'-.U . "f"Llf:5,i Flfff 'A+ A f o I ' I J. 1 i , , Vis 4 'Gui pg .ii MISS PATRICIA A. NEADERHOUSER B.A., Cornell University, M .A., Yale University. Latin I, II, III, IV. Lasso. M.A., George Washington University. Spanish II, III, IV, V. Spanish Honor Society, Tenth Grade Sponsor. 1 61 COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL ARTS, AND HOME ECONOMICS Learning to use your hands and minds for practical, productive results for enjoyment or with a career in mind . . G.M. prepares its students for the world outside. MR. JAMES W. BORCHES B.S., Western Kentucky University. Industrial Arts 8, Woodwork I, Metalworking, Shop 1. Eleventh Grade Sponsor. l O W , ef -, i ' 41 i s , I . i -' . MRS. JOYCE I. LOWRY A.B., Penbrook State College. Typing 1, II, Personal Typing. MR- BERNARD M- BRONSTEIN T,.f,Hf,y' M.Ed., Pennsylvania State University. Typing I, Personal T yping, Business Economics, General Business. ' Tentlz Grade Sponsor, J.V. Basketball. MRS. NADINE WILSON M.A., Northwestern University. Shorthand, Notelzand, Bookkeeping I, Office Practice. Twelfth Grade Sponsor, Future Business Leaders. 31' i in Xi MR. EDGAR GABLER B.S., California State Teacher's Qollege. Mechanical Drawing I, II, Shop II. Twelfth Grade Sponsor. MR. ARVILLE E. SOMMER M.A., West Virginia University. Boys' Physical Education 7, 10, Industrial Arts 7, 8. C oach-Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football. ei. ' e 4.1:-'Y - MISS KAREN M. WULFSBERG B.S., Iowa State University. Home Economics 7, 8, I-Il, World History. Future Homemakers of America, Eighth Grade Sponsor. MRS. MILDRED E. HARDY B.S., Purdue University. Home Economics 8, Senior Home Economics, Senior Sewing. Twelfth Grade Sponsor. PHYSICAL EDUCATIGN Marchinff . . . ,lv if ,J if 9 3 iff' L' '. ' 'l Ui a -- Tumbling . . . Basketball . . the cold mornings on the athletic fields will be remembered long after the smell of dirty sweatsocks. Marching across the football field on a brisk Saturday afternoon or producing another Broadway musical . . . the music department keeps the G.M. halls swinging. MR JOSEPH CRAIN MRS MABLE W BRADD B.S., M,A,, Milllgan Cgllege, B.S., Radford College CV.P.I.J. Boys' Physical Educgtign 8, 10, Girls' Physical Education 7, 8, 9, 10. Advanced Physical Education. Tumbling, Athletic Director. Cheerleaders. Q, Q i 61 , - Sf' I MRS. MARJORIE D. HUMPHREYS B.S., University of New Hampshire, M.Ed., Eastern Michigan University. G irls' Physical Education 7, 9, 10. Cheerleaders, Girls' Intramurals, Pep Club. MR. JOHNNY D. GAMBILL, JR. M.A., Middle Tennessee State College. Boys' Physical Educafion 7, 8, 9. Monogram Club, Boys' Intramurals. 4? uf MUSIC MRS. MARTHA T. CONNOLLY B.M., University of Michigan. English 7, Music 7. Majorettes, Seventh Grade Sponsor. MR. RICHARD E. HOWELL M.M., Westminster Choir College. Mixed Chorus, Advanced Mixed Chorus, Music 8. Bulletin Boards. Ml 0 I l l l MR. ROBERT W. DUNBURG B.A., Capital University, MR' FRANCIS A' ,FOSTER M.A., Columbia University, BA" B'aCk,M09ma1H College Al., 7, 8, I, II- M.S., University of Oregon. Bullefin Boards, Ninth Grade Sponsor. Aff 7' 8' I' H' IHJV' Eighth Grade Sponsor. Alf'If1DVcI, El ,-Q. . rl. i- . K . f MR. FRANK F. BARR B.S., Davidson College, M.M., Indiana University. Orchesfra, Jr. Band, Sr. Band. Maiorettes. B.S., University of Cincinnati, ART 165 E . SECRETARIAL STAFF ll Q lil . . 1 . . I' 1 lvl? W 1.1, .i ' it Q, ,M V, Y 'NI' T4 l ,Af 4 fa f1H-f:,if- p. 'ga A A lf' i . fir ' ' .9 , 1 ,.. v x l 'fLQ.- -x ks 'g- '--'I e "lim A in 'Tit' 'EE' a MRS. CHARLOTTE M. KADEL iwfl W illllii .wi . will - b A QQ' , R f 5 . -' . . ' '-'ex-4 5 .v im ef Nllijllfllk AV " 1 MRS. DORIS RALSTON 166 Whether it's mimeographing . . filling out tardy slips . . . running errands. . . keeping the records straight . . . there's always time for a smile and a friendly word . . . G. M. tips its hat to the unsung heroes of efficiency. MRS. MANILLA M. SMITH MRS. SARAH S. BENSON MRS. KATHARINE B. WILLEY geese' MRS. ESTHER P. KRAFT From Left to Right: Mr. Frank Spencer, Mr. Ernest Lowery, Head Custodiang Mr. William Latney, Mrs. Francis Drew, Mr. Waverly Jones, Mr. Lewis E. Aylor, Mr. Linwood Alexander, Mr. Luther Alexander. v- , r- .I I ff, g l E l- . , ' 1 .5 1 CUSTODIAL STAFF Working behind the scenes . . late into the night . . . the never-ending job of maintaining a school. . . But it seems they are never too busy to unlock a door or fix a locker. From Left to Right. Standing-Miss Janet Ann Payne, Mrs, Ann C. Clark, Mrs. Ida Mae Smith, Mrs. Gladys Layman, Mrs. Louise M. Stuart, Mrs. Alice Fischer, Mrs. Wilda K. Beitle. Sitting-Mrs. Helen R. Nethers, Manager. tl. CAFETERIA STAFF Trymg to please 1 00 dllferent appetites with well balanced meals and a variety of salads and desserts the Cafeteria Staff IS making lunch a pleasure I x 1 w l w :eg s igh? a 5 x , , ,! ,..:4.- L zzz ,..11,, N A ,T ,. lfis'-lsr? ffl Q .fn 'w-li? Q 'ffm 3 if ,, ' f ' if .., K A ,, l 1 .1 , 'U ' 'l' A 111 ,W . 1 1 ff, ' "JE li ' 1 - .1 - i 1 l l I l L ini, 4 , - v 3 r 1. 7 PM wg: . . 1' ef Q 'I . ,ggi -3 ., x .. 'Y -x , . V issziffwif ,f r ii,-Effilil-ff l ll':::f5:i25m: in "?'f' Z W J, 4.1 : A sea of faces , . some known, many unknown . . Some pleasant, some not. . . They speed down the halls . . 611 the dances and cheer in the grandstands . . but behind the face is an individual laughing and learning . . . each with a class to be proud of each working toward his own goal. .?,+l: 1 FW! viii' .J-Lit. W1 L, . 1- 1 I I., xr H' fz I 5 41 45. N :J , ,M :fig fiikff-qjbl 1' :',':. f'-,1n-m '7 ,45- L r 1 1 ' -.8 - J..- ' 1 n , Q I S" A Y3, r 5' r ' n EP K-1 f 1-x""t-sul" X , 1 L J- ,, , 44,51 V Q "F'AfLF' J, '1 ? .HQ f"N. If . f s , "Hey, what are progress your locker open . . . somewhere in the middle . . . CLASS OF You look at that big red building and wonder what lies ahead . . . You walk through the doors and suddenly lind out 1 how much you don't know . . . reports?" In the midst of 1,100 new faces George Mason becomes a reality: Spending the first week trying to get Trying to remember all the names of all those teachers . . . Wondering whether you'll be mod, grub, or collegiate and ending up The agony of losing a book . . Blushing in the showers . . . Left to Right-Joan Crumpler, Secretaryg Trisha "Whe1'e,S r00II1 223??,' Kinney, Class Representativeg Glenn Deans, Presidentg Not Pictured-James MacKenzie, Vice P 'd g ' 1, . resi ent Carolyn Dleh Treasurer the long, Cold Trying to remember where the girl's room is . . . As you gaze down halls, you realize that you are the Class of 72 and someday to lead. : . this will be your school But those halls still look so long . . . 170 .,- 'ny -- r:'f' t 1 R X x ' it B rs Y vp: -vw, an Y w hh Qs! ' Lai' -A1 N V John Abdo Ibby Acosta Wynne Allen Debbie Ames Carla Appell Lucille Ash Mary Antinozzi Frank Avery Diane Bailey Janet Barbce Earl Barto Charlene Beethoven Carol Beck David Begle Betsy Rouse Dennis Bettendorf Kathy Boggs Mary Boston John Brennan Robin Brickman And it was there when you woke up this morning, huh? . f,ffTQQ -. gi V 4' A , Li e ., 5 L ' ' A M' i .V Q 'I X Xa 'lu 3 if . -' - uve, if r.,..Q4i , Lorraine Brown Patty Burke Janet Bumham Jeff Burns Eugene Carroll Roberta Chadd Judy Chamberlain Rick Chamblee Candy Chase 171 NCI SS UNDERCLA r-A xl I0 V Q , .6 , , 9 re- " j , I L?-'w V 4 ' ', ,. ,L 2,1 fa.: it ' ul! :ji 'w' "" we f f' 'f vii' Q 4 +- A G, -fi . -xx -' . 1 ' .X '2 " ,. Lv' .g.l,-.s.. L fi 5 'ffi IAA . 'l' W , up-' gf? Barbara Checknotf Robert Clement Theresa. Clewlow Jim Clinton Reita Comley ' ,I I 'S V S' lam M A X- ,"!f w Ann Crane Joan Crumpler Susan Cumbey Bob Curtis John Daniel Andy Davis z Glenn Deans ' Mark Derrick 4 . -- Robin Dibble ' 1-:Q " g n. Caroline Diehl I Donna Dinkle A P .f ' r ' " , f l Agni Denise Doyle , Margi Earman Leslie Edner - Terry Edwards - Paul Eskildsen Debra Ehrmantraut A ir' r N. ' 'G 1 N, J V fa -. " A X N X A ll ul 1 I X 4, Barbara Ferguson Peggy Flynn John Frederick Vickb' Frye Jim Ferguson Page Fraley Bill Fry Brian Fox Steve Flick David Fredenburg Cathy Frye Billy Galacci F ptzszrf V5 I ' g S Q - V ' A 'jzff 1 , Q' 'ft . L, H 'tl G QS' lu ' ' A. Xu! I ' V 'li 5 r i ti rf, w, lf, L g ll 4 If V I ff l fl' Q Ns I! N Ron Garrett Ann Gerard James Giles 7-. 'i 2 s- N 1 v LA -5 ' N tl I F! . Uv .I 14, X , Jeff Gilmore Robert Good Bruce Grant S fe 'K 2442 - if ' ,-' . A if Donna Griffith Lynn Grigg Paul Gregory S 4+ f gh, l 'J ' rm All 1 ' I I' X fl Lois Hertz Dee I-Iigdon Steve Hill Lynda Hillman Daniel Hoke Margaret Holzhauer Mike Hoover Patricia Hopkins Susan Hornstein Vicki Howell Will Hubben Susan Hughes Carol Humphreys Roger Hungerford Donald Jamerson Susan James David Johnson Pat Johnson Katherine Kane Mary Karnis Bonnie Kellam Janice King Dan Kinkead Patricia Kinney Luis Govantes Nancy Hall Doug Hammond Mark Hamer Robin Harner Steve Harrington Howard Hermon Linda Herrera Kenny Herrick 4.9, -Nx- ff H 'asf I think I just put a hem-stitch in my fingernail! '5r+--M I Q s , , ,Q ,,' ' LL, -2 .U .n W Y, , 'inf e Q O XX' NT' K: I .X w ,. V PW - MVR? - , 1 Y' 1 Aa' -' ,, - K 1 5' ry.. "4 em Mi. f- a is qg'Z."" 7 ," V' lik' J:-,N x X My J H N f ' l J, 'l nf 'g' , iQ , ? A , lr. I V I.. lx ' an n -,if V - .i ,. , , ov, n ,-we .3 ' .,, "' If-S-"1 J 14:4- . . - . ,I .g .ia - , A ,r P? ' 'Z-2. . - :,.:VW.. .J ,rg 1.3.-"'.'.... , .,,.',1 Q 1' I .sm '- j . ,AN ,AN f f Q: F W K i L w i l --. -I N U SS UNDERCLA J-1 Nl -P S N, Br, "Fr" ' . ff, e -'ol' it "AL F A x ' LX-1 Q 5 gl r 1, Jan Lacy Kathy Lambert Does- he want us to wallpaper the whole room? YN if 1 La 3' -e':!?' W K i .tvs I l .41 X -,f V 1 ,Y , s f 'R x ,. b Harold Michael Kathy O'Nea1e Elizabeth Moore Michael Parrish ef, 1 i lv J Q fQ,' N ,Am 0 Q L' ' 'fe QW " Q J if inf- Q - ti? 'Q' f ' il i 'f i ' 5 WX ' J J I'f'54f N lf! x lr Q , i I t N4 ' Av. .3- 1 ' I H ! M -1 S v4 l I' ., -, .m S l ,. Wayne Langford A Gene LeDuke ' swf , j lf, if ,W J ,L 1 - ,f -. .. .11 .. if H .. - ! I t. Sue Lemon Jackie Locklar Mike Lippard Debbie Locke .-5. J : ACI -f rw, '- T.. X U" E E 4 Ali' AU ' V I 'Cs' , .1 ,f x f V Nancy Peel Ralph Pierce Mike Pierce James Powell .r Vicki Locklar Steve Luckelt I -if A' if V 'ii ti .. Judy Proffitt Bill Read .L ., .f'Tif , ,: . t ,Q '-vrxv ,I ' 4: . In .I Sv e- l eff -.-'arf , -V i I ,V x,,.'l,!-x i - 'lf .. .'- ' :f 17 N Eat' :'1I1'f ,ii ' -' ' i ,Exp L Q :ss l it 4 l Dana Lyman James McKenzie Bruce Mechen Jessica Miers James Lynch David Mallory Frank Mele Debbie Miller Bill McGlyx1n Mike Marcet Scott Merkle Nancy Miller l , 4 l . AY- ,H fa 'Y ' QSM 3 .E X--2 ij ' ' XQWZ- ' 4164 rl v l J i n - lf Q ' X it M ,- ' N Le , 1 N- - 5.5 me W 1 - ' , "L: l e J Y it thi Q, w. , I ' 'V -1 L ix. -, . A- N ' "f'iel.faf1 L , 'L' Ui '- l l if -,Le l .t eg J, it -.iles E'-3.59 lg, Janet Reynolds Barbara Salyer Jolm Sayers Robin Segall Thea Rose Alice Sandy Steve Segall Susan Shade i 55. 5, ,ii . . . I r gvn-I ,I ii . A-'Tv V Ji l Lx- "l V . - 3 .Q y ll.-- f 'y 3 .. y J, Xi Jn-- y y W Q J' .sixm fm at S, 1 . Slljvi . . f I if 1 '17, 'Rf ' N , , , X M N M i 1 . 'iff' 'L-. A- f 1 Y fr 'vX- - fffjfff N , , ' if-Wi Ju - I1 .' KJ, if-J ,J .-ff i--1' Qi , ' J' 1 -wiki J r ' Stal , , it 5 , Mi VI . V f . r l ' l f ffjff ' il lf" " f ' fi bl gf hi - ii. 1 X , 1 J 1 L I K' -'i- W 'Q 'll 1 J ,pl .g.'xel"w will lf..-R if li iiiileyi ri tel, i h hihaa a ,411 , . , K X ' , V ' W , YA , , K X fax Vi I .V ff ii?" f W ' ' . " ..1- r ,l f ' ' X M il fl Z , . 4' 4.l- Brenda Sheehan Andy Sherman Tom Sherman Mary Shick Anita Smith Bill Smith Sherry Smith Stan Smith Robert Sobal Randolph Souders Karen Steirer Jimmy Stevens Sandra Street Sharon Slruble Tom Sutphin Danny Sutton Mile Tangy Janet Tanner Marlene Thorpe Carol Thur Ronnie Turris Teresa Twombly John Vanderheyden Richard Vann Virginia Via. Billy Walker Mike Wallis Jake Warner Susan Warner Robert Weiler Ann Wells Maricie Werth Maurice West Robert White Carol Whitlock Kay Whitlock l I pl . , I , Debbie Willcock Norman Williams Alberta Willson J 1 i I ' . .. if H I Marcella Wilson John Wise Sharon Wolfrey Carol Wollenberg Tsyga-,,. va. 1-1 .X , H-.nf if '1- X, li. l , 5...-is f -'if' .- 1.-- ,.. ,, .-fs 2,- L 'S' . bi gg ' '1 . a.i5yf,i3:F--.fag -, Q 7- ' 5 , 'V 4 ' X +:4.,.- '- ' "' 176 Standing-Lance McCracken, Secretaryg Ed Hannum, Treasurerg Bill Stroud, Class Representative. Kneeling-Robert Waring, Presidentg Milton Hunter, Vice President. CLASS OF The novelty of G.M. is wearing off- and you begin to become a part of the school that was once so new to you . . . "Now we make those smells in the halls." English with Mrs. Hamilton Beginning to feel that you belong . . . The Seniors of Junior High. "Why can't Mom and Dad understand new math?" Marching with Mrs. Bradd Finding out that Scotland is the greatest country in the world . . . "I've checked-the flies are fatter this year . . ." Sitting together in the bleachers and . . . beginning to know what class pride is . . . Knowing that next year you'l1 be in high school . . and wondering if you're ready . . . EIGHTH GRADE f . . .tl 4- X 4' ' ,S 'N . 3 r . ' r ' ' ' 4 QL ' A 2 i-:Q Eli I xg, A "gk T 9 I f- '- " ,M -. ' :I ' fl' ,V N . '., A .X . 2 .' :ff ti 1 'A lla 194 LX r Q, YQ 1 1 1 P5 ' tt. l f I QL-Alf' ' ' ,W .J X K W 'Nj k xx . N 4 w o , w ' J , 1 J-' , V, A i I ,,A. fr ' ' C W gf' Y V A 'A V ' 5 pl A li w I A Y I: , '-In l wi TZ il - . lf ' ' , 1 ,V R! I rdf it 'W Q W C, ' AJL C, .' g LI ll it gt WDW C nit C 0 W Lili , H" 'na en v 'grew Q X ' ,X 551 K l 1 , ' I ff. l . 'QQ' "mf ' I W' D M im' V.,,,: A , fa. :kiln 1 yffsfqgv X 'mfs .vig 'i it Charles Abdo Andrew Acosta Janet Alexander Melanie Allen Steve Antinozzi Doug Appleton Laura Avery Ed Bain Dee Dee Baynham Louis Berkowitz Keith Bost Steve Boyles Vicki Boyd Lawrence Brooke Jackie Bruce Mike Burk Donald Burns Wendall Byrd William Bzdek Toni Calderone David Campbell Mary Jo Carlo Mary Carroll Anita Cerio Rich Chapins x Vai , V' Y. 'K 4 , ,9- 1' H' l' 'f ai 1---if-" A mm X, . - W x. ,Y i I n, 1 , hm G., l x - if is J - .ip , Joan Childress Andy Ciaccio Larry Clendenin Janet Cole Connie Cooke if ,l-. jr -,., X Ya f 59 1 1 ' lvl .M dr v Monica Cortada Karen Daniel Ann Davis Mike Davis Jim Decker ,L E W1 1+Ef2?Qi. i N C 4- ' ' ' if 5 ul '-' ll . l ' K a John Doliante Jeff Esale Elizabeth Eckert Melinda Ellis Bill Ermerins SSVTOHHGNH lj P'-5 N1 X1 N NEI UNDERCLASS , A, 7, 1 Karen Hamer Peter Herrick Joyce Hileman Debbie Head Lee Hill Dallas Holcomb David Hooper Bill Howard Julie Hubben Cindy Hull Robert Hunt Milton Hunter John Ismay Gail Jackson Judy Jensen Joanne Johnston '13-f , XY., i ow . ...N 5 ...ii- 1 t fi H ifel "Two more years, and we'lI be on the floor." I , 1, 'J ,Af --LA. ' J 'fie- g7n -,,' I J. ' ii W L I W d V I , , . K2 'K 1 N43 l ilduf l. L' ' ' :Q-"H l A. 'V I tg-fi E fl ff W .5 T if J V5 IV xi 1 . Ht IT XA uri , QW : ' ' ,. . 5 7 l '13 ' 1 4 ' X is v gzr.. , -I wg ltfgf, .lvl 1 X iq...-X ,A-. 'Sir' W My fp.. WWMXH XJ' I ' JN. .. I. ...v .. it ,.,. -ze... -1, .t.. i:.: 2 t J e-eQ .4 it - Bill Essig Kenny Fauteux Liza Flynn Gail Frasher Suzanne Gendreau Joan Gibson Linda Gilley Frank Gordon Maurice Gordon Dana Gore Carol Gray Steve Grigg David Grim John Grim Eddie Hannum Fran Harbour 1 L Q.. 4 l r. 151:94 13. ya: ,:,.. 1' K' V' ,. vi 1 -.11 rf' . -.' '9- .ie ," Y. .r.'.:,, - x L" u I," I," "w Q w . . ...gel H. ,, , ., -1, 1, 51 ,R '1'f":g r, ,wi ei X,-i Q . Qgfsi , v' QIX. T , Y 5 i X L i -L- .. hw., I 6, M11 'f ' r 4 " ' , P117 'A E Eiga Qs thi -1 BrendaJones Sally Jones Sandy Jones Sheila Jones Barry Kain 1 -Alf as 4, 3 f .vi Q, . ,. .if il 0 Paul Karnis Judy Kight Katie Knudson Paul Kuritzky Nick Larson JY' ix . I ,e,g 172' ,f p iii Q 6. V , QQ . '9 u ,U , 59 t ,!' Fl 1' r' ' I 1? L 7 iii -. ' ,- '12-'vt "The food's good, but the service is terrible." Betsy Leigh John Lincoln Dagmar Lindsey Ronnie Lodico Gary Longerbeam Steven Lundy Roger McClesky Lance McCracken Susan McQuary Robert Macomber David Manning Billy Martin I S. .aaflf i. .I . yu f iffffnf 3 WS' f W X. , UW f mfs Nr. - fx n Wi V H141 A MV. S 1 lfjjg! - fin iii! 'F"swX9f 'img 'fQkf,X5'3'p A! w UNDERCLASSMEN U i , l X . gif 'fum' 'Emi W N"' VM' Mfg. -, ,. 61 , 1.--1 I. 'gr 'A ' JH 'aw '55, .- ' J-" " QA 7,71-v 5 , sg -- gffqf. S 1 .Q -.. Cv' 5' i rl . - :JTEQT " 21, I .P N. iw ' . ,I ii il: W 2 if 4 r 3 1 V 'ii' Q- 54 ft. A -- r r ft ,...lJ , 1 nil X If V Janet Masters Betsy May Jean Melvin Beth Mileson Carl Miller Harold Miller Laura Mongole Paula Montgomery Bobby Montgomery Harry Moore Sandy Murphy Tom Nicholson Fred Norman Danny Nugent Larry Parnell Gary Parrish Frank Perry Alycon Pierce John Powell Cathy Proftit Mary Prender Melvin Purvis Phil Rhodes Jack Roberts Gene Rose Terry Roskelly Douglas Riffee Christine Russo Patty Sachs Laban Sadtler Mike Sandidge Suzanne Savage Mary Seal Gary Schaffer Nel Sigmond George Simpson fl .L+ ,A If I, lf' - i X , ,, 'FJ . ,Af . : ' R,- ,.,l" :iii ' , 1 l - " R lm L lk t t qw taxi 4 ,. 5' .65 A-3 " i W mmm A I ,rY" -.71 'GL' A ,J , ,A X ,. A Y W Y 1 X.. gram ' J' 'rf . , R . t '. fi 141.-'J ,. A J -- bf - In d2,.," ' N " f - freer ' . 3 1 Q N It , If 1 V , , 1' ' ,. ff- ,' . F Q' K ,P 1 , - 'fi ' V, 4' V -El A' QQ' 1,1 il .4 lui' l fi' .-,-' 'fs- ,IV ..- if VV S. . ' A H , -K ll ,f I -': 'E ..,, --: V, M Susan Skubal Jeff Smith Mike Smith A i 1 V .H - yi," 53+-' a I Y Mike Yelverton Steve Zlotnick - pi iii, J . 'i 'rl -f vi! i i 1 4 gl J' H sa wx. ii 'X f Q4 iq v ,' N, 'i YE 1 9 Cf V , ni V 1 ,aj 6 , if MK: ,4- A '. -. 1 Steve Spinelli Sarah Stanley Wendy Strachan ssF Jeff Straight Kevin Strickler William Stroud or the last time, Edgar Allen Poe was not a junkie . . ,J wir" 'gf A fi E . E. iv 14, ff X Q, . v' ,f W ig s Dale Watson Robert Waring Fred Watson f,... A . ,.s,, ,.. Q! -J 1 UNDERCLASSMEN Cl CLASS OF 370 Left to Right-Susie Ames, Class Representative, Bette McCarthy, Presidentg Robbie Werth, Vice Shelley Sealock' Treasurer' Presidentg Gaye Goetz, Secretary. for the first time you can really work together on class projects . . . dance . . . Somehow, the class seems to be changing in spirit, maturity, and knowledge . GROWING for those who stop and look comes a glimpse You're in High School now . . . not a ninth grader, but . . . a Freshman and things have suddenly changed: being welcome at the night dances . . . finding out that you are only a subordinate clause . . . DETOUR, your History with Mr. Letiecq . . . "What's the Lone Star?" to attain the unity that only comes through hard work and . . . ofthe challenge that lies ahead. NINTH GRADE 71 X, X A-1 V I Nix - ,:.1,, I .5-M. .Q Q fxf K SK . 2 X X li I 1 r Q I 1 ,., W V r 1 4 -H -Q - 1 wwf Y -is ,mga Z Li . 'L' li: 4 'L l , 'J Q , 2 1 4 'W '- ff- X l in gf KX- 'YZF .L ' -.y" N 1 M114 -- 2 r ll, 4' 5 JL ' - 1 i W l , E -' fx 1 'v' Q n ew l ig l n i f " gf YY 1 .J Chris Brown Kevin Burns' Barbara Charlesworlh Scott Cline Ellen Budesky Mary Burrell Veronica Chase Gail Clinton Owen Bullock Ritchie Buschow Janine Chevalier Wayne Coates . ,Y-4 K V, A . 1? S i V 'f f-394 iv Larry Addison Tom Alexander Susie Ames Ray Anderson Kurt Austin Owen Baynham Karen Black Pret Block Deborah Blyslon Sarah Bohr Laurie Bolster Gary Boone Karen Boutin Tom Boutin Terry Brennen Barbara Brittain Maybe if we jump up and down they'1l notice us. v M. Y ' u 1 :LCA-J. C HU NHWSSVTDHH NIE SS DERCLA r-I O0 -P 'A-gh ' - -mix. V in A--- -V . I A sktj 1' iii! H, D'r 1: FEA -owei 1 bf' . ' s Agia- E . ff ' ' ' - f ' , . Y' ' .. pu,3pi. !-.A 44 i. G g A ,Q Q ,f 4 V ' P : , ' ' I l 1 I ,, f, -Y 'M' - H ' vi an ,Jef -Q-if ' - ,Q , A . H 'tx' Q, wr 1 aff I V . I 1 4 -. ff 'r 'K ,f , XL-my ,',:. ll 1' -.8 ' A' - A" " ' , H fl 'I ,, N A 'Q r ,ffggts 9 4 I i ,C ,,ns adsl J. I MMUU 41n,,5:yLnoj4la "- 3-I .' ki s Us ,- QL in 3,5 ' ft!-my G r.+,,L J' 1 ' lr l in f. Q4 A -35.3" A ' ,K if "A I x . Q I L.. 13' f 11 , r, - - T . ' LLQLQS "' . i u.:'---L, ' w 1 W . l ,. g WWW ' l we ,i Q Gr A t l- sr"-' J , Vp if to - r . J J is ,qui Mg tn, - V,4-f -F iszj J " 3, , " ,gg ---., 1 f"'f 1 35? - .-I -gk-D -ii wi 1. If K . f N,:,,sA,- Q1 g ' If X X I QI, ' V Vw v Arg' 3 ' A' I ' ' 1 Ag? ki X A A X -'Li K! r, I.: ,Y 1 , , jf, I rx 1 J I EZ!-in t Gigi i. 4- i M V I '41, u .Q y T y l , '. . h W 1 -' ,Q " ' H ' ' 4: i - J A A-, .. .1 In '78 A' t , -.. I W5 YL . NV, J J ', , ' L 3- , fl ,V 9 . "fl I Q- , lj fqgw ,'1- n'33 HEY -'uf :'f . , ' -I Q V ' ' ' XM " ' PY .' '-, I ll! 'Q ,W A-A 7 U Q tl 1 'li' F lfojw TNQ V'w5EVTh,m '-" i gl J to ty I . Paul Compton R04 QUIUCTYQOH David DeCreny Wanda Elam Mary Fry Lynn Hammond Gwen Hillman John Huston Gary Johnson Denise Cooke Christine Dailey Shelley Dewey Ruth Fatchett Gaye Goetz Glen Harcourt Earl Houseman Holly Hutchins Shane Judson Carol Cooke Jeanne 121112011 Claudia Dewhurst Richard Fauteux Mark Greenburgh Dolly Hass Debbie Hughes Meredith Hutchins Wanda Keyser Helen Cooksey -'lm Davis Andy Dupont Linda Fox Lyn Grove Kris Hedeen Ed Humphreys Jackie Jackman Greg Kilpatrick Deborah Cox Benn Deans Suzanne DuPont Pete Fredenburg Penny Guerrero Patrick Herman Pat Hundley Christine Johnson Scott Krebs Gail LaBaugh Mike Lacy Fred Lane James Langford Steve Larrivee Ann Larson Mary LaVinus Robert Lewis Stephanie Line Becky Livingston XVayne Locke Gail Locklar Brenda Loving Greg Luckett Jeff Lundy I , y aw A Ae- , - "' 3' . qf. Lil 1, 5 ,.,fV A-at Iii! f ,,, 1 J 4, S, 19, - e i V ' yi , . fa, sq if -V , X M , ff Y: . A 4 1 wav- - .vs - KQ, 'lf VV -iV ' -.' H. 4, V V- an . 7 . 'ff' L of .QYAJ 'W in ,ii 1 VU xl, Q - K, I I Nix 1 gf, 5 . ' i Gary Lyman Coleen Lynch Bette McCarthy Rick McCarraher Jim McCrocklin x ,AN ,wa ,Q M :iq . J. ,Q A q ,ff F7 F ,JLJ L Marianne McGlynn Carol Mclnturfl' Steve Mclntyre Barbara Mahaiiey Ralph Malone , , , or l 41- x, ' id--'1 H1 Bill Marsh Gordon Matheson Jeannie Martin Debbie Mattson Sue Mauritson X...- 1 ii ."', 'W' "1 - t... 9 , . , eff! , er -,V-v ,X-AX N. l , 'V x- i x f' I . ,V+ W V M I .,,, 1' " I i Paul Maxwell Craig Medak Joanne Melvin Wayne Michael Vicki Midkiff '-. .-1-J-, 1 Linda Miers Walter Miller Charlie Momsen Margaret Moreno Kinsley Morse , t ' Us -1' .LYN- FV' t, 'ef W . X Vg? J itil Hill N F-x 3 I if af .ifv-f" , ' Lynn Muilenburg Mike Murphy Harold Nicholas Chris Neumann Ann Newton I '1 Q 1. X , -n I X 'Q Q- 1 . -N' -I, ,J rf' , K, '-if V 'ST 5 ' t , -, -4 Y . ' XA s Q l,. .t.i.,,, I-l 32 III NHWSSVTDHHG lj MEN SS DERCLA v-1 O0 ON Q4- 1 x f 'H l -1 ',,1 Xe- -. f 'r Q Mary 0'Neale David Ordway Lennie Painter John Parker Judy Parsons K . - vc. s rf. ri 7. at .- ?1.fI.'.:f,Tf,' 3-' ,-E.. W 6751i-r1':,-J'q'f 1-rw ati l ful-i"' -':'-f-.:f1'lr..,, , 'Ls-Ex alt Johnny Payne Martha Payne Ann Perry Julie Pitsnogle Jeanette Rankin h W . -,v Q4-Nu Iii xki A J - rf' rt A' w tt t 1 .. wx ' , -,yfx - .. - N ff " a All ' x I . av: Q -- - . f. 'S' f ,,. 1. 2 P- -t --X J . 'rf Q 1 l -R -Ng 4 TW f L. iisi WSG' nfs" , t tg A ai x ' I ,-1 E J-wa-I-t J . S , ..w- ,.j W I l t 'R Q91 1 1 n MQW J ,.gg- 1 :tant I FM 'fi-"' ' 4 , t 44 Ax, , ra: 1' :xx l .lj Avi: 1 Y if x vt I M-.v. 'X V' :EH 1 ik -E , X' 57 ,Q 'X' LJ note JSLYQS , Lgg tb V ' , E. l f , .- W ri l X t .N , t i l Arleen Ritchie Paul Ropshaw Stewart Savage Belinda Schumann Danny Seidel Tom Shepherd Lorrenzo Rocca Van Rouse Karen Scheller Marty Schwind Pete Sepsis Eric Sherman John Roebuck Richard Sacra Linda Schrenk Shelly Sealock Dan Shackelford Raymond Shick ff- - - P f 141 'fhfh' .4 V, , W Nancy Skubal Barbara Smith George Smith Patti Singleton Gale Smith Kathy Snyder Aga- 3,3 1 ' t 'ff l l .k 1, . ..- t . tfh Y ' t I f Y .. ,, t i ' 1 if Mark Spinelli Alan Stack 1 l - ' . -,il J wt 1 ., mt 1 342 ' 1' "f: x 1 , A 5. .. NWN 1 .,., H-tif '- - an nt . 41 , , Lisbee Stanley Richard Stevens Linda Stevens Debbie Stroud 4 - 'a IQ? hh ,F 7 -ff.-N Q ra--'gm-12 z .1'k,"..l . .. T -P 52 if l ,, Q 5 57 J x-,f Charles Stickney Priss Tackney Mike Tedder Chris Terman Joan Thompson wi r if an . , AT. Wi 1' ' ' , ef L, he l v 5' v C I I ,- -,' ' lg! if . ll , -X Lf r I- A Brenda TIIOYPC Chris VanDomelen Jim Thur Vijay Vatsia Lee Trail Don Vines Rena Trexler Clay Waldon Maxwell Turner Susan Weiler I've got the biggest dimple! Yfwkfmfiv -,,,, , , W l I K AN 1' 1 1 3.5. i :Qi .Lf we I 'I 'is' -' - ,,,. V 3 Q5 'ff l A . 1 41- 1 . , q Yi I. I xii 1 - if- gl , l , 1 1 , l li , . f Richard Warren Lynne Westmoreland Linda Wilmer Robin Werth Sam Williams Eric Wolf wel. . Katherine Wood Debbie Yeary 4 , ,4 V' L. 1 --if v-JI R . L l 'l W W w , ' 1 l, , 1 '-"Y . 1 'if' Y -' " 14 Eric Yoshihashi Joan Ziska Diz Zell Susan Sherman Cl V"IDHEIClNf1 SS NEW v-A OO xl E MEN SS DERCLA UN r-4 OO O0 Left to Right-Dennis Chevalier Vice President: Robin Cruise, Class Repgesenmives A year of thought and work . . . Beginning to feel a part ofthe activities Ginny Bonnell, presidents Diane Nash, and people that make G.M. what it is . . . yet Secretary: Mike Judson, Treasurer. you're caught in the middle of it all- the years of being an underclassmen seem far behind you and at the same time the year of your graduation is still out of reach- but not out of sight . . . BUT out of this year of small expectations comes a class full of surprises: A school clean-up project that CL 7 actually worked!! Selling the Beat-signs again. Psychotic Dimensions "Who are the Citations, anyway?" whether taking a nature walk with Mrs. Ropshaw or . . having a good laugh with Mrs. Kadwell or . . . typing your book reports for Mrs. Firkin you feel a new aware- ness of your class, your school, and . . . your future . . . and . . . as the bleachers explode with another Johnny Cruise interception, the entire school stands up and takes notice of this class of surprises-the leaders of 1969. l ' N SOPHOMGRES L y yn l F 'lx ogg l i"'B'T 5 , A I If ,, :' I e ,. J N r nv N ' '-i, WA- Y KX I 4 xx N ,fi LX 2" 4 1:11 r id i B 'F' , l r r li l an xijkw K , SJW' X . 1 M35 , t .:. '34, T i K 'u X S i 1 xx i N 3' R M L ,J Q we Linda Brown Tim Burnham Michele Burns Cindy Bzdek Paul Cain Tony Carroll Jesse Chafin Dennis Chevalier George Churchill Maureen Clinton ,a-V .ff N Y Lois Addison Douglas Albrecht Ronnie Allan Jim Anderson Mary Bailey Caroline Baum Barbara Best Mary Bloebaum Kris Boggs Ginny Bonnell Rhonda Bost Jim Boyles Laura Brandt Lee Brennan "Do you get the feeling someone's staring Yi ,el l a an J ii AX 4. Jxxxxxa .1 'I-:an lyk. U TDHHGNH SSV NHW isgfifalzigffjzgzizglygyg l'r 5!flff.f'r'ff!ff!fi H NU ERCLASS Lu . GU ffl-ir 5 v , r Ji C Ae. ' -VN .hgh . ,'-' ,V LXQE .R'L- 5 ,'.lr' 2 1 4 J -D 'G L '::4.f,3"'l' K' f -Sell ' . 1 I i ffl L I ,, ,F t 1 LJ llw' , if t in 7 i - , ' in f ' . , - 11.1" 915- fd fl, ' f .ir , eww if rt . 5 a igifgf A L C C-.. 5 - :trQLrf:r.r-. li. 1V5..,. Qjjiv L 13: V N FH! A-f If ' -fa., It xifdf' l . . 'L' .V I, f Tom Dill Joe Driver Lisa Drummond Randy Edner Jean Elam Anne Ellis Mike Ellis Leslie Everett Frank Femiano 1. f, ig f 4 V 1 .s. 1 1 J 1 .1 v-'I ' , , ,lr X HX xx sv NJ vi, tt f -iii 8. Debbie Ferguson Linda Fernald Y 15 Adrienne Fifer Q V, Ronnie Fisher 'W " . 'F ,r 'f V 1 , L. Mary Floyd Patricia Flynn Mark Comer Bob Compher Skip Compton Kathy Conover George Cotner Fred Crabill Wilma Crampton Kathy Crane John Cruise Robin Cruise Albert Davis Bob Davis Flodene Dewey Sally Dill lv "gif 1 il . . ' . L,a ' pun. X l 1 ,JV- K ff J ,A . L. L " T11 "lf N- r-A 1' vw Ir argl' , . , 1 --if y 1 e ,A-:fi f 'X 'i'Jf5?lf:?f1i+ , T ,..- or Tom Flynn Brian Gendreau Barbara Gibson Sandy Gibson Barbara Golden Lisa Gore Mike Grant Carol Gray Susan Griffith Brent Grove Steve Harrison Carley Hammerle Frank Hammerle , Claire Hastie Dianne Head Jack Herndon Doug Hertz Don Higdon . , 1 ig . -I ., - ff' X '- NLM' Xi ffl?-H 'H " l Ji, ff Tin" rf ' . X vii: fy ,EI -1 1. .lv 59 . , .. x rf: Q s fp ' i A ' J dh cs X' Ronnie Hoke Charles I-lolzhauer Glenda Hood Bill Horslkamp Margie Howard Sandra Howell Henry Hubben Mary Hughes John Hundley David Hunter Phill Jones Mike I udson Wayne J orewicz Paulette Kanode Mike Karnis Ann Karen Glenn Kight Frank King Mike Kinkead Carol Kirley Meg Kite 1 2 ' 1 W , b -A ,- 1 -,ii r .31 gl IN Bill Kohn Karen Lambert Bill McCormack Kate McDowell .14 Q ffl L" r- 1 Juanita Lawhom Sharon Lawless Debbie McMillen Bill Mallory 1. f T-Lava. H-..e,-,,,.,, ,, L-. ' 'I A 1 4 7 I .r if wx t ., .Q '1'y'x, 5 lo 3 ' klnv ly!! Susan Leigh Lin Lemon Nora Martin Don Matheson E.. Antonette Lewis Butch Lippard Maria Mazzie Vickie Metzger I .X f x -'Q ',,i,-.-.. , , el' A ' ' J ' fy ' , I. A ..1 J Larry Longerbeam Anne Lyons Leonard Michalowski Susan Mileson I Yi" Y Y 'l i area I Lf .. - ' A 'Q + Q U ' - " Nancy Miller j ' "-V Margaret Montean A 2.9: H ,- " b l " f, -Tr u ' xx 'V 'ij u V as 'N J 'tw , if . 1 , Q ,Q , 4. f - -I 1 L' Linda Mowitt P 11 Diane Nash - i ' 5 I 113451 if -- X -' fi A-lg. , 5.1 Q - ' , , ale' .. , L. af t Charles Newland W ,, Af' r .. 2 f Zz, if L Ji' ixi . l Laurus Newby 1 T 2' Fr , KP w Ili' W - J--- ew lg e L ag Ronnie Nicholson "1 '1 I f ' f' Claire Nugent ' " 1 l - H x Carol oglivie 5 L Mary Oltman l " 5, " ' V 1 , g '81, 'q 1' 'EIR it 55 , ,, ,,.,.,,.f , ., , A., , ?'r'.:L' , ' f. .- + 'V 4 , rl x N -e v i l ,- , . 'x 1 III MEN SS UNDERCLA n-A XD -P- i 'R . 4-Ll, YA if- M 1 f it , f l ul lr- as 4 V ! ,, r,- 1, 3' . .K I F . 7' .f l . 4' Ciilhb' Owen Ed Parnell Bob Perry Ken Potter John Parker Peggy Peters Jane Pope Tom Rackowski l l , F , I W , A H 4, R R li aa 1 --H - '1 - Q, 1. -14 - ' ' "" , 5' lf, ' ' .E st, V, ' A A' 'L l 1 L E' P l J, M t t 15313. , -l 1, L - l Y M V 1' i 1 ' all I Y I A 4 , l 5 ,f l -. 5 . I ' . .1 X M X J 4 XL af' 1 Mike Rick Ray Rollins Marc Roskelley Linda Salyer Steve Ripley Paula Rose Cathy Rouse Dave Sanford Q- . E ' Malcom Scott W H. Sharon Sebastian ,X 4...-.1 42 f L . :P f, . . ws . l f ', 9 l.. Charles Schackleford J Betty Shire Richard Rankin Gary Reynolds Beth Sitton Ellen Smart Roger Souder Thomas Speetzen 'mv -wer.: ., I .Z .E Q' VN .Q hx 51' 343. 1 3 Bill stocks , - Y , 15, ' E 1, ' 1 :N 'mel xl Rae Tanner - ' lp ' 'M' AX 1 -.S ap P . 1" . We-'bg ,N . rd-1 , ..LU'., '- X YI , .' Robin Sandford - V -L: A X l Brenda Schumann tsl? igixtx tl t Q .51 -i. I, Y' , .X ,. s I ' " ' :' 1 NJ, W fr in i I V 1 .4 .-1 , , .fr .X f X - 'H+' v 'S W N I 'Q ' ' i I l x fl Y 1 i ' ' i 5 f 1 44 V' ----Jj ABQ rw' f f -2 It . 'W ' V'-.V Nl il 'IL 7:3 ' ' , , 1 - slr if-,I 4 lb-X - 1 mx-ix 'iii el W . f ce, e ..,!' J ' 'X -if-1" if ,,l.'ET' ' . L , 1, 37 j.,-R R4 in-' 5 'ff-.L-'ff-' Mark Tosli Barbara Troy Ellen Utterback Vicky Vanneman Danny Vass Dan Vines Ann Walsh Gina Warner Barbara Watkins "Why didn't you Ihlflk of that before? Lennice Werth Terry Wheeler John Williams Abbie Williams I im Wilson Zandra Wolfrey Janet Woolsey Donna Yelverton il il CLASS OF ,68 It is a year of unending challenge . . . filled with the hopes, the expectations, and the frustrations that come from hard work. A year in which the entire school looks to you for great things . . . and you look among yourselves to iind them. Joannals Christmas Dance, "Christmas on the Seine" The Secret Garden of Hearts . . . Jonathan and Reefs Variety Show . . . and finally a Prom that the Senior Class will remember for the rest of their lives. And in the midst of the turmoil and the tears, . . . that old school spirit and class pride are reborn as everyone works together again . . . as the Class of '68 . . . the Disciples. The Spaghetti Dinner, with Michelob bottles and candles . . . chopping wood at Harriett's . . . and planting flowers on the hill. Sweating out those college boards . . . and razzing the Seniors . . . the Class pastime . . . and finding your friends are the greatest people in the world. Making the hardest year of your lives the happiest. . . . and as it comes to an end, thoughts of next September weigh heavily on your mind . . . but you are prepared . . . for a Disciple is one who learns and the Simaritans have taught you well. Left to Right-Laura Boston, Secretaryg Linda Moss, Treasurerg Nat Ames, Vice Presidentg Harriett Stanley, Presidentg Margaret Hannum, Class Representative. ELEVE TH GR DE Myra Albright Nat Ames Jay Ardai David Austin Dennis Begle JoEllen Begle Judy Beitle David Blankenship Ken Bost Laura Boston Eileen Brennan Rick Briggs g i - it A' f R .yr , . L " ' . 1 L. -Q:-H qu i :Ft ,. '44 , . A 14' ,Af , , , ,HQN .4 .- I ,inf-T' 'w ,IL QW- - f i A-, Ill! ,v i T D Rail' 4 ' 1 ...J i i w i i J .5 vs? HI .ff 1 F, A V: . P l id eg K 5 4 r 1 V0 7, R f I ,X X V X l i , -A , ns i E ' , .44 - - i i V ' . Frank Budge Ben Bull Ginny Callanen Bob Cason Ken Chamberlain Nancy Clark Terry Clement Bill Compher Ralph Cox Rick Coykendall David Crane Karen Deans El 'IDHHCINH SSV NHIN r-1 XO xl but it's still too big! ,tp .4 f-.. K, 'Ea ,. + if . ff fs, 4 me i 1 X ' X R IX L: E4 M +1 gil D Linda Dench' Brian Dexter Charles Edner Carol Epstein .gh-e ,-,sv '9E'7' Debbie Dressel Diane Drummond Jeff Fischer Bob Flick 3 VC- 1 xii il. , ,I S, gf' X fy air Bing Earman Tom Edmondson Libby Garrison Tom Givens o ,R f 1 ., f' .51 YH'-r any .T 1"N are . 3? .f" I . 'v .1 w Darlene Goodyear Gil Hanke Margaret Hannum Mickie Hamer AR' L in - A Q Rick I-Iedeen Elaine Heeter Sally Herb Susanne Herman 'su f 1--v 1 . -f."a 4 1.-'-.,,':, L K xl' -4--. 1, L L , 1 1, 1 ,fu L . "' - . W e 1 'qs 1"'t.' 1 lr , xv-' - FZ' :. 1. 4' T ,- ,z -qu 1. Z-' A x 1-I'-N ,A 1 . T-r -. 'af-, , .Q Ng . Linda Hunt Forrest Hunter Karen Isackson If you drop your pencil you're behind a week. Oh no! James Bond-he just fell over the cliff! M V if. +e. Bob LaBaugh Jim Leonard Rick Lincoln Chris Lacy David Lesh Lindy Fredrick M R X, Ax, mx 1 h ' 'pina , I ,. -., x J Rf., -. wi t 1 2 .jf 'A .1 , Y' 1,3 ' - n f. I i W Karen Lucas Guila MacCaslin Mary McCarthy Linda Mclnturfi Midge McQuary Julie Manning Diane Martin Mark Matheny Pete Mazzie Lee Merkle Bill Metzger Jim Mims Larry Mongole Linda Moss mir X can -Q. T 'E A' --.. It 4, I. " J If . p X Bill Ridgeway John Roberts Jane Rollyson Mary Roskelley Charlie Russ Richard Ruihven Jack Sadler Pam Sager Emmie Seediock Jimmy O'Hara Jonathon Olom Stephen Papanicolas Mike Parcell Larry Pizzuto A John Reynolds Louise Rhodes Cathy Rice X1 5 X 9 I li' .0 ,. 1 5 v H' K , i .r. , ' + V . 1 1 fi i 1 NX -, --A g g":PQYf' ' ". fYv5,,-h What did I do with that thing? ,, 'r I , , r. NE ' "-1, X, - .1 "N IS . ' H Av. V' i in , . , 4, . ,I . 111, l. v--. . w 1 I Z J . 47, 73 .7 H N, . Q! I .W X A 1-'. -iff 1 Q "J K t Kathy Slater Peggy Smith Les Smith Regina Smith ,gi . . , L J ' ic' fuk: X. A 'its 'ag -113 MR " Q , ftzgttsatt,-:nth ll X Vicki Smith G ary Snight Diane Stevens 'E VJ U3 ff t-I U D4 ul fr D A , Z S D A J, Ken Shade Wendell Shelburne Terry Shilling Kathe Shrenk 202 Tom Shreve Cal Simmons Donna Sitton Tom Skubal Linda Street Clint Snowden Harriett Stanley Susan Stimmell Bonnie Stracken 5.1, XTQEQ1 , lvl, la i 4 A J 1 Y nlihtrrpi .jx "'F7"f , l. ta. -nfiii. l.tQ3'+?Q .G-:!t2'j3,iQt , viii.-14.512 Qiiifwzvi. 5-'lfiiv-WY5-. 1-Illllllw -5-ae lu" " ,g:,,ei.......,:. ae , W W f I All J Ki' 1! 'Q X It U X7 , " lf,,r5lt, I X' l J Bti Yer' t wg-:f Beth Dupont--Honored to be Junior Class attendant to Autumn in Camelot. Bob Stnclder Mike Strickler Roni Stuebing Sue Tackney Cathy Thompson Helen Troy Linda Utterback Susan Wassman Betsy Wells Carolyn West Jim Willcock Joanna Wolf Meredith Wollenberg Ann Wood FU! Ted Yeary Gary Zieses r SENIOR DIRECTORY , ,,. Q. Iii-1 ' A l' ! Nfnd 5 4 I i an Q., J. :R g-,R .. .4 E' ,f . 47 v 1, . ,,i. , J?" H 71 41 1 ,-- ...A-"H PJ-' xx X -C' - -Qty .+. 'Li fiwz-wg Am f STEVE ABRAMSON Biology Cl. 1, Library Assistant 1, Tempo 2, 3, 4, V. Baseball 2, Lasso 3, 4-Senior Editorial Board, I.R.C. 3, 4-Pres., Hi-Y 3, V. Tennis 3, 4, Mustang 3, 4, Key Cl. 4, N.H.S. 4, grierrilian Cl. 4-V. Pres., Dramatics HAPPY ACOSTA Hi-Y 1, Home Room Senator 1, 2, V. Baseball 1, J.V. Football 1, Head of Yo-Yo Cl., Co-Director of Jr. Variety Show 3, V. Pres. of Senior Class, Ad Editor of Mustang 4, Pres. of Film Union 4, Elected to "It's Academic" Team 4, I.R.C. 4, Lasso 4, "Most Talented" of Senior Superlatives. DAN ALIM J. V. Baseball 1, at James Madison H.S., J.V. Football 1, at James Madi- son H.S., V. Football 2, at Charlotte Hall Mil. Sch., Band 2, at Charlotte Hall Mil. Sch., Photo Cl. 3, N. Va. Mustang Cl. 4 tSports Car Clubj. BOB ALLDER V. Football 1, 3, 4. TOM ALLDER J .V. Football 1, at Hoover H.S., Speech Cl. 2, at Western H.S., Men's Glee Cl. 3, at Western H.S., Senator 3, Head of C.F.L.B. 4. BOB ARANT Choir 1, French Cl. 2, 3-V. Pres., 4, French Honor Society 4, Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Sages 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Art Cl. 3, Rep. to S.C.A. 3, Inter-Club Council 3, Prom Committee 3, I.R.C. 4, Hi-Y 4, Mustang 4. JIM AUSTIN V. Football 3, 4-Co-Capt., Junior Variety Show 3, "Most Improved Line Manu 3. KATHY BADOVINAC Spanish Cl. 2, 3, 4, Pep Cl 2, F.N.A. 2, 3-Hist., 4--Public Relations Ofii- cer, Prom Committee 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Junior Variety Show Publicity Committee 3. STEVE BALLARD DAVID BATCHELOR School Store 2, Hi-Y 4. CHARLOTTE BENNETT Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 1, 3, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3-Sec., 4-Pres., Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Keyettes 2, 3-Hist., 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4-Pres., Tri-M 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4-Sec., French Honor So- ciety 3, 4-Sec., Typing Bronze Medal, Typing II-Gold Medal. PAGE BEVERLY F.B.L.A. 3, Jr. Variety Show 3, Jr.-Sr. Basketball 4. CONNIE BLACK Pep Cl. 2, Spanish Cl. 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 3, Jr. Variety Show 3-Publicity Commit- tee, Prom Committee 3. ED BLOEBAUM DOROTHY BOLAND Spanish Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4-Pres., N.E.D.T. Award, Spanish Honor So- ciety 2, 3-Sec.-Treas., 4-Pres., Academic Achievement Award 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Temp 4. SHERRI BORELLIS Randolph H.S.-French Cl. 1, 2- Sec., F.T.A. 1-Sgt. at Arms, 2, Ma- iorettes 1, 2, Band 1, Dramatics 1, Pep Cl. 2, G.M.H.S.-F.B.L.A. 3- V. Pres, 4-Treas., Pep Cl. 3, 4-V. Pres., Drama Cl. 3, 4, Lasso 4, Ma- jorette 4, Maid of Honor to Sweet- heart Dance, Senior Choir 4, S.C.A. -Corr. Sec. 4, Senior Attendant to Homecoming, Dance Committees 3, KAY BOWIE Choir 1, 4, Mustang 2, 4-Business Manager, Jr. Variety Show 2, 3, Pep Cl. 3, 4, Sophomore Class V. Pres., Basketball 3, 4, Christmas Queen. BRENDA BRITTAIN Freshman Class Sec., Choir 1, 2- Pres., 3, Strayer Jr. College Typing Award, Jr. Variety Show 2, 3, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Pep Cl. 2, Keyettes 3, 4-District Senior Rep., N.H.S. 3, 4, S.C.A. 3-Rec. Sec., 4-Treas., Readers Ensemble 3, Tri-M 3. BILL BROWN Tennis 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Nat'l Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist. CHARLES BROWNING Jr. Variety Show 3, Tempo 3, Anthrax 3, Senior Class Pres., Mus- tang Literary Editor, S.C.A. 4, "Best Leader" of Senior Superlatives. LIDDY BROWNING F.H.A. 1, 2-V. Pres., Outstanding Freshman, Keyettes 2, 3, 4-Pres., Senate 2, French Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Prom Chairman, Sec. of Senior Class, Chairman of S.C.A. Welcom- ing Comm., Christmas Court 4, N.H.S. 4, Lasso 4, "Best Leader" of Senior Superlatives, Manager of Var- sity Cheerleaders, D.A.R. Good Citizen Award. ALISON BUCHANAN 2nd XI Hockey Team 1, 2, lst XI Hockey Team 3, Forres Academy Literary Cl. 1, 2, 3, Girl Guide Pa- trol Leader 1, 2, Church Choir 2, School Prefect 3, Judo Cl. 3, Culbin House V. Capt. 3, Skiing 3, Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme 3, First Aid Home Nursing 3, Keyettes 4, French National Honor Society 3, N.H.S. 4-Treas., Dramatics Cl. 4- Chairman of Make-up, I.R.C. 4, A.F.S. 4, Bowling 4, Skating 4, Tempo 4. JACK BUCHANAN J .V. Football 1, 2, J .V. Basketball 1, 2, Freshman Class Pres., J .V. Baseball 2, S.C.A. Rep., at G.M.H.S.- Class of '67 Girls Basketball Coach 3, 4 KY ea J acklj. LINDA BUNCH Tri-M 2, 3, French Honor Society 3, 4, Readers Emsemble 3. KATE BURNS F.H.A. 2, 4, Badminton 1, Volleyball 1, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pep Cl. 3, Ir. Variety Show 3, Dance Comm. 3. BARRY BUSCHOW Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Patch 1, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, Baseball letter. SALLY CARLSON Choir 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Keyettes 2, 3, 4-Corr. Sec., F.T.A. 2, 3-Chaplain, 4--Hist., Spanish Honor Society 2, Dramatics Cl. 4, Court Chairman for Homecoming 4. TERRY CARROLL Dramatics Cl. 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Chess Cl. 2, 3, 4, Mustang 3, Key Cl. 4, Maze 4. NEALL CASE J.V. Track 1, Audiovisual 1, V. Track 2, 3-Team Spirit Award, 4, Jr. Variety Show, Stage Manager, Prom Committee Chairman 3, Dance Committees 3, Cross Country 4, Key Cl. 4, Monogram Cl. 4, Homecoming Court Escort 4. EDDIE CAVANAUGH Jr. Variety Show 3. LYNN CHAMBLEE Pep Cl. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, Lasso 3, 4. MARK CHAPMAN Ride Cl. 1, Latin Award-"cum laude" 3, "South Pacino" 3. JIM CHOROVICH J.V. Basketball 1, 2. SYBIL CLEWLOW Junior Class Treas., Sr. Dramatics Cl. 4. JIM COBURN J.V. Track 1, Choir 1, 4, J.V. Foot- ball 2, Home Room Senator 2, Jun- ior Variety Show 3, "South Pacific", Pres. of S.C.A., N. Va. District S.C.A. Chairman 4, Dramatics Cl. 4, Key Cl. 4, Mustang 4. DAVID COMER J.V. Football 1, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Football 2, 3, 4, V. Basketball 3, 4, Monogram Cl. 3, 4, D.O.M.A. 3. LYNN CONOVER Baseball 2, 3. BILL COOKSEY Senior Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Patch and Insert 1, Delegate to the UN, Choir 1, "Elec- tras" 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-M 2, 3, 4, Senior Band Letter 2, Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Mayor of Elkins W. CB.G.J, Va., "South Pacino", Tennis Manager 3, Band Manager 4, Monogram CI. 4, Track Manager 4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Band Treas. 4. SUSAN COOPER Spanish Cl. 1, 3, Sec. of Yearbook 3. THELMA CORNETT J r. Variety Show 3. NINA CORTADA Walsing Academy-French Cl. 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, Extemporaneous Speaking Team 1, 2, "Cum Laude" Latin award 1, "Magna Cum Laude" Latin award 2, Newspaper staff, G.M.H.S. -Dramatics Cl. 3, 4-V. Pres., Thespians 3, 4, 'tSouth Pacific", N.H.S. 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, 4, N.M.S.Q. Letter of Commendation 4, Tempo 3-Business Manager, 4-As- sistant Editor, I.R.C. 4-Sec. ZACH COTNER Spanish Cl. 1, Spanish Honor Society 2, V. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Basketball 2, 3, 4. ROBIN CRAWFORD Dramatic Cl. 2, 3, 4-Props Chair- gnan, Dance Committee 2, Spanish Cl. BILL CROCKER V. Track 1, 2, 3-Capt., 4, J.V. Football 1, Cross Country 2, 3- Capt., Monogram Cl. 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 3, Key Cl. 4, Hi-Y 4: V. Football 4. AHOLOEIIIICI HOINEIS ij .'.1.. gba- BILL DAVIES Track 1, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball manager 2, Cross Country 3, 4- Capt., Hy-Y 4. ELLEN DAVIS Choir 1, 3, 4, Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, F.B.L.A. 3, "South PaciHc", Student Exchange from W. 31.43, Jr. Variety Show 3, Dramatics JOY DAVIS Choir 2, Dramatics 3, 4-Treas., Thespians 3, French Honor Society 3, 4, French Cl. 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, N.H.S. 4. LARRY DAVIS V. Football 3, Intramural Basketball 3, V. Football manager 4. DEWEY deBU l'lS Herndon H.S.-Dramatics 1, Modern Dance Cl. 1, 2-Treas., Pep Cl. 1. 2: Latin Cl. 2. KATHY DIXSON MARY DOYLE Keyettes 4, F.H.A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4: Senior Sweetheart Attendant PHIL EAGER I.R.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. CHARLES ELAM SALLY ELLIS BILL ELLIS Lasso 4. BOB FARRIS Mustang Photographer 1, 2, V. Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Photo Cl. 3, Mustang staff 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Key Cl. 4, Monogram Cl. 4. JOHN FISHER Biology 2, Intramural Wrestling 2, Photo Cl. 3, 4, Key Cl. 4, Science Cl. 4. ERIC FOX Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Cl. 1, Chess Cl. 3, 4, A. V. Assistant 4, Lab. As- sistant 4. KATE FRALEIGH Freshman V. Pres., J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2, Cheerleading Cl. 1, 2-Hist., 3, 4-Pres., Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3-Hist., 4, F.N.A. 2, 3-Treas., 4-V. Pres., I.R.C. 3, Sophomore Class Sec., A.F.S. semi-finalist, Program Chairman for Prom, Keyettes 3, 4, Varsity Cheer- leader 4, N.H.S. 4, Homecoming Maid of Honor, S.C.A. Publicity Chairman. JIM FRASER J.V. Basketball 2, Baseball Manager 2, 3, N.R.O.T.C. candidate 4, Mono- gram Cl. 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4. DICK FREDENBURG Choir 1, 2, 3, 4-Pres., Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Cl. 1, All-State Band 1, Barbershop Quartet 1, Band Patch Insert 1, 2, Scholarship to Music Camp 1, 2, 3, Tri-M 3, 4-Treas., Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Solo-Ensemble Festival 1, 2, Readers Ensemble 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, All-Regional Band 4. JIM GARRETI' CECIL GIBBONS Dramatics Cl. 2, 3, 4-Student Direc- tor, Jr. Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Pep Cl. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4-Sgt. at Arms, Jr.- Sr. girls Basketball team 3, Chairman of the Christmas Dance, V. Pres. of S.C.A., Keyettes 4, Spanish Honor Society 4, Homecoming Decorations Committee, "Wittiest" of Senior Su- perlatives, Choir 4. PAUL GIBSON Football 1, Manager of V. Baseball team 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Monogram Cl. 3, 4. BOB GRAY Band l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Mustang Sports Editor 4. CHRISTY GUY Pep Cl. 1, 2, Mustang 3, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball team 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, 4, Lasso salesman 4, Photog- raphy Cl. 4. PHIL HANNUM V. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4-Capt., V. Football 2, 3, 4, Most Improved Player Award for Baseball 2, J.V. Basketball 2, Key Cl. 3, 4, Mono- gram Cl. 3, 4-Pres, Lasso reporter 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Most Valuable Player for Football 4, "Most School Spir- ited" of Senior Superlatives, Soccer 4. JOHN HARE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2. 3, 4, Band Patch Insert 1, Readers Ensem- ble 3, 4, "South Pacific", Lasso 3: Dance Committees 3, Jr. Variety Show 3, Pep Band 4, Band Assistant 4. PAM HARLOW Paris-American H.S.-G.A.A. 1, Fran- co-American Cl. 1, 2, Pep Cl. 1, N.H.S. 2, "Sophomore Sidelines" 2, G.M.H.S.-Pep Cl. 3, French Cl. 3, Spanish Cl. 3, Keyettes 3, 4-Treas., Dramatics Cl. 3, 4, "Best Supporting Actress" 165-667, French National Honor Society 3, 4-Pres., Tri-Hi-Y 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, F.T.A. 4. KAREN HERNDON Freshman Class Treas., Freshman Homecoming Attendant, Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3, Home Room Senator 1, Spanish Cl. 1, 2, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Class Pres., Tri-M 2, 3-Hist., 4- Pres., Mustang 2, 4-Senior Section Editor, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3-V. Pres., 4- Treas., Scholarship to Music Camp 2, 3, "Most Outstanding Sophomore" Award, N.H.S. 3, 4-Pres., "South Pacific" Student Director, Keyettes 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Readers Ensemble 3, 4-Pres., A.F.S. 4, "Best All Round" and "Most Likely to Suc- ceed" of Senior Superlatives, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball team 3-Capt., 4- Capt. BRAD HERTZ J. V. Football 1, V. Football 3, 4, Trophy for "Most Improved Line- man" on football team. DEBI HIGDON Pep Cl. 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show Pub- licity, Decoration Committee for Homecoming. DIANE HILLMAN Intramurals 1, 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Lasso Business Manager 3, 4, Quill and Scroll International Honor Soci- ety 3, 4, t'Most Athletic" of Senior Superlatives. CHARLES HOOPER Choir 1, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Pep Cl. 2, Tempo 2, 3, Mustang 2, Thespians 3, 4, I.R.C. 4, Lasso 4, "South Pacific", Jr. Variety Show 3, Dance Committee 3, "Best Actor" Award 3. GREG HOWARD DONALD HUNT Spanish Cl. 3, Hi-Y 4. ALLAN HURT Mustang 1, 2, 3, Lasso 1, 2, 3, 4- Editor, Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Cl. 2, 3, 4, I.R.C. 4. PAT HUSTON Pep Cl. 1, Intramural Basketball 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Dramatics Cl. 3, Lasso 3, Jr. Variety Show. TED ISMAY Washington H.S.-Band 1, James M. Bennett H.S.-V. Soccer Team 2, 3, Spanish Cl. 2, G.M.H.S.-Mustang all 'round helper 4, Lasso reporter and staff 4, Tempo Non-Fiction Col- lection Editor 4, Dramatics Cl. 4, I.R.C. 4, Homecoming Publicity 4, Tennis team 4. SUZY JONES Tri-Hi-Y 3, Mustang 3, Jr. Variety Show Publicity 3, Pep Cl. 4, Decora- tion Committee for Homecoming. VICKI JONES Choir 1, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Dramat- ics Cl. 2, 3, 4, "Best Actress" Award Q65-665, Majorettes 3, Pep Cl. 2, Cheerleading Cl. 2. PAT JUDSON Intramurals 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Span- ish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Team 2, Dramatics Cl. 2, 3-Student Director, 4-Student Director of Children's Theatre, Spanish Cl. 2, 3, 4, Tempo 2, National Educational Development Test Award 2, Readers Ensemble 3, 4, T ri-M 3, 4, "Best Stu- dent Director" Award C66J, I.R.C. 4 -V. Pres., Thespians 4, N.H.S. 4. STEVE KAPLAN V. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Key Cl. 4, French Honor Society 4. ROBERT KENNEDY V. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Cl. 2, 3, 4, V. Football 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. ANN KENYON Pep Cl- 2, Mustang 2, F.T.A. 3, 4- Sec, C.Y.O. 1, 2, 3, Ball 84 Chain Bowling League 3. LAURA KILLAN Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Drama Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4: at G.M.H.S.-German Cl. 3, 4, F.N.A. 4. JENNIE KOFFMAN Spanish Cl. 3, Spanish Honor Society 3, Tempo 3, 4, Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, I.R.C. 4. JEFF KOHN lghotography Staff 2, Cross-Country BRUCE KURITZKY Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, lst Chair French Horn l, Dramatics Cl. 2, 3, 4-Pres., All-State Band 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2- Librarian, 3-Treas. 8a Drum Major, 4-Pres., N. Va. Band Festival Medal 1651, N. Va. Solo 8a Ensemble Medal for lst Place, Award for Safe Driving from F.C. Women's Cl. 2, Tennis Team 3, Tri-M 3, 4, Jr. Vari- ety.Show 3, "South Pacific", Drum Major 4, Commentator 4, "Wittiest" of Sr. Superlatives, Graduation Chairman. KATHY LAVENDER ' Intramural Sports 1, Spanish Cl. 1, 2, Pep Cl. 1, Jr. Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4-Librar- ian. . CARL LINDSEY J.V. Football 1, J.V. Basketball 1, Track 1, V. Football 2, 3, 4-Capt., V. Basketball 2, 3, 4-Capt., Mono- gram Cl. 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show. DANA LINDSEY Choir 1, 2, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Home Room Senator 3. FRANK LOCKER LEE LUCKET Norris J.H.S.-Pep Cl. 1, Art Cl. 1, Spanish Cl. 1, Garfield H.S.-Art Cl. -Sec. 2, Spanish Cl. 2, Beta Honor- ary Society 2. Fallbrook H.S.-Art Cl. 3, Spanish Cl. 3, G.M.H.S.-Dra- matics Cl. 4. JEANNIE MACOMBER Tri-Hi-Y 2. ROSE MARTIN Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Cl. 1, 2-Sgt. at Arms, 3, 4-Pres, Sophomore Attend- ant to Christmas Dance, Cheerlead- ing Cl. 2, J.V. Cheerleader Manager 2, F.N.A. 2, Junior Attendant to Sweetheart Dance, Jr. Variety Show 3, 4, "South Pacific", Mustang 3- Clubs Editor, 4-Clubs Editor, I.R.C. 4, 1967 Sweetheart Queen. LINDA MATTHES Pep Cl. l, 2, Art Award 1, Art Committee 1, F.H.A. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3: Dramatics Cl. 3, Jr. Variety Show 3, Dance Committees 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 4. BOB MCCABE V. Football 2, 3, V. Football Man- ager 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4-Pres., D.O.M.A. 3. PATH MCCOOK Pep Cl. 2, F.N.A. 2, 3-V. Pres., 4- Pres., Keyettes 3, 4-Chaplain, Jr. Variety Show 3, Mustang 4, French National Honor Soiety 4, Home- coming Decorations Committee. SUSAN MCGILLIVRAY Choir 1, 2, Russian Cl. 2, Concert Choir 1, 2, French Cl. 2, N. Va. Sci- ence Fair lst prize 2, "South Pacific" -Props. Manager, District Science Fair-2nd Prize in Zoology 2, Jr. Variety Show 3, Rep. for Jr. Science 2.1 Htumanities Seminar 3, Dramatics DIANE McMlLLEN Biology Cl. l, Spanish Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4-Sec. Treas., National Education Development Test Award 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Dance Committees 3, 4, I.R.S. 4, F.H.A. 4, Tempo 4, Co-Chairman of Alumni Tea Refreshments. JANE MERKLE Freshman Class Rep., Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Soph- omore Class Treas., J .V. Cheerleader 2, Jr. Class V. Pres., N.H.S. 3, 4, Tempo 3, Mustang 4. BEVERLY MOORE Pep Cl. 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Home- room Senator 1, Intramural Sports 1, 2, Mustang 2, Dramatics Cl. 2, French National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, French 3, 4, Readers' Ensemble 3, 4, Tri-M 3, 4-Sec., "South Pacific", IDance Committee 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4- res. SHARON MORAN lst Prize Agriculture, Wash. Area Science Fair, 3rd Prize Botany, N. Va. Science Fair 1, Mustang 2, F.T.A. 2, Biology Cl. 2, 3, 4, Foren- sics Contest CProseJ 2, Lasso 3, 4- Art Editor, Tempo 3, 4, Keyettes 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Photography Cl. 4. PAT MURPHY Homeroom Senator 3, Latin Cl. 4. TED NEWLAND Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Math Cl. 1-V. Pres., Dramatics Cl. 2, 3, 4, "South Pacific", Readers Ensemble 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3: National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion 4, Lasso 4. BOBO NUGENT J.V. Football 1, 2, J.V. Basketball l, 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, V. Football 4. MARK OLTMAN J.V. Track 1, Intramural Basketball 3, V. Football 4. JOHN O'NEALE Hi-Y 4. PETER OVERBY Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Cl. 1, Pep Cl. 2, 3, Lasso 3-Co-Editor, 4-Sen- ior Editorial Board, Quill 81. Scroll 3-Pres., 4-Pres., Band Assistant 4. PATSY PAINTER BILL PARNELL Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Dramatics Cl. 2, 3, 4, Readers Ensemble 3, 4, "South Pacific", Senior Christmas Tree. SHERRI PARRISH Spanish Cl. 2, Spanish Honor Society 2, 3-V. Pres., Biology Cl. 3-Pres. DAVID PAYNTER Spanish Cl. 2, Spanish Honor Society 2, 3-V. Pres., Biology Cl. 2-Pres., Film Union 4, N.H.S. 4. ALICE PIERCE Mustang 1, 2-Club Editor, Lasso 3-Page Editor, Editorial Board, Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, I.R.C. 3, 4, S.C.A. 4-Rec. Sec, N.H.S. 4. DOUG PAYNTER Spanish Cl. 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, In- tramural Basketball 2, 3, Key Club 4. JANICE PORTCH WALTER PORZEL LORETTA POTTER STEVE PURVIS Dance Committees 3, V. Basketball 3, 4-CHurt in the defense- of G.M.J, V. Baseball 3. CARL PARKER Sr. Dramatics 1,,2, 3, Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, Biology Cl. 2, Latin Tournament 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, Soccer 4. JOE PERRY MARGARET QUAM S.C.A. 1-Second V. Pres., 4-Hand- book Chairman, Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2-Co-Capt., Cheerleading Cl. 1, 2-Sec., 3-- Treas., 4, Sophomore Homecoming Attendant, Jr. Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Chaimian of Prom Court Commit- tee, Keyettes 3, 4-Cort. Sec. of Dis- trict, Chairman of Homecoming Dance, Homecoming Queen, "Friend- liest" of Senior Superlatives. RONNY RAY Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Readers Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 1, All State Choir 1, "Electras" 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, President of Junior Class, "South Pacific", Tri-M 3, 4, Barbershop Quartet 1, Mustang 4-good help. lj ECTORY SENIOR DIR 1 l ANNE RI-IOADS Art Award 1, Spanish Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4-V. Pres, Art Committees, Pep Cl. 2, Choir 2, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, Dance Committees 3, 4, "South Pacific", Mustang 3, 4-Faculty Edi- tor, Tempo 3-Art Staff, 4-Art Edi- tor. RUTH ROBEY Intramural Sports 1, 2, F.N.A. 2, Pep Cl. 2, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball team 3, F.B.L.A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. DUNCAN ROSE PRESTON ROSE J.V. Football 1, Baseball 1, V. Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, V. Track 2, 3, 4, Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, Mono- gram Cl. 3, 4-V. Pres., Hi-Y Cl. 4, "Friendliest" of Senior Superlatives, Lasso staff 4. JENNIFER ROSS DAVE SANDIDGE J.V. Basketball 1, 2, J.V Football 1, V. Football 2, 4, I.V Track 2, V. Basketball 3. DAN SANDFORD Science Cl. 1, 2, Band 2, 4. STEPHANIE SAVAGE Dramatics 2, Jr. Variety Show 3, Jr.- Sr. Girls Basketball team 3, French Cl. 4. JOHN SCHAFER J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, 3, V. Basketball 3. SKIP SCHWENN Barbershop Quartet 1, Choir 1, 4, French Honor Society 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Key Cl. 2, 3, 4-Pres., Biology Cl. 3, lst place Science Fair Award 3, French Cl. 4, Lasso 4, Tempo 4, "Most Likely to Succeed" of Senior Superla- tives, Lions Club Peace Essay Award, Readers Ensemble 4. a llrt RICK SEBASTIAN Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 1, 2, Dance Committees 1, 3, Choir 2, Or- chestra 2, Pep Band 3, 4, Jr Variety Show 3. SALLY SHAW Choir 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3-Sgt. at Arms, 4-Pres., F.T.A. 2, 3, 4--V. Pres., Pep Cl. 2, 3, 4-Treas., Deco- rations Chairman for Christmas Dance, Decoration Chairman for Homecoming Dance, Jr.-Sr. Girls Basketball Team 3, 4, Ir. Variety Show 3, "Most Outstanding Contribu- tor" of Senior Superlatives. COREY SHEA J.V. Football 1, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Erick 2, V. Basketball 3, 4, V. Foot- a . MONNIE SHERMAN Pep Cl. 1, 3, Dramatics Cl. 1, 2, 4. JICKIE SIDES Mustang 1, 2-Sports Editor, 3-Fea- tures Editor, 4-Editor-In-Chief, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3-Treas., 4-V. Pres., Pep Cl. 2, F.H.A. 3, Jr. Variety Show 3, 4, Intra Club Council 4. WIN SINGLETON Choir 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Barber- shop Quartet 1, J.V. Football 1, Jr. Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival medal 1, Solo medal 1, Band Patch 1, Key Cl. 2, 3, 4, Photography Staff 2, Dramatics Cl. 3, 4, Asst. Drum Major 3, 4, Pep Cl. 2, Film Union Executive Board 4, I.R.C. 4. TOM SMITH Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Patch 1, All- State Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Cl. 1, Lasso 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, Track manager 2, All Va. Baud 3, 4, Dramatics Cl. 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, Photo Cl. 3, 4, Mus- tang 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, Key Cl. 4, I.R.C. 4, All American Band 3, 4. DAPHNE SNIDER Jr. Variety Show 3, "South Paciticn. LOIS SNOWDEN Majorettes 2, 3, 4-Capt., Pep Cl. 2, Ir. Variety Show 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3. KEN STOKEN V. Football 2. BEVERLY STREET Tri-Hi-Y 4, F.H.A. 4, F.B.L.A. 4- I-Iist., Choir 4, Homecoming Public- ity Committee. LARRY STUEBTNG Home Room Senator 1, Biology Cl. 1, 2, Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Chess Cl. 2, 3, Dramatics Cl. 2, 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Ride Cl. 3, Jr. Variety Show 3- Stage Manager, "South Pacilic" Stage Manager, Thespians 4, Hi-Y 4, Key Cl. 4. SUSAN SWARTHOUT F.T.A. 2, Keyettes 2, 3, 4-Hist., Tempo 2-Asst. Literary Editor, 3, 4-Editor, Dramatics Cl. 2, 3-Sec: Treas., 4-Sec., N.H.S. 3, 4, Quill 81: Scroll 3, 4, National Merit Scholar- ship Honorable Mention 3, National Latin Test Honorable Mention 3, Award for best girl U.S. History stu- dent 3, I.R.C. 4. TRAVIS TABOR Track 2, Home Run Trophy for Baseball 3. MIMZY TACKNEY Freshman Class Pres., Pep Cl. 1, 2, 3-Sec., 4, Cheerleading Cl. 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Senator 2, J.V. Cheerleader 1, 2-Capt., Tempo 2, S.C.A. 1, 3-Social Committee Chairman, 4-Senior Class Rep., Di- rector of the Jr. Variety Show, V. Cheerleader 3, 4-Capt., Junior At- tendant to Prom, "Most School Spir- ited" of Senior Superlatives, Lasso 4. BETSY THOMPSON Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, Dance Committee 3, Homecoming Dance Committee 4, Mustang 4. STEVE THOMPSON MARK THUR J.V. Track 1, Perfect Attendance Award 1, Intramural Basketball 2, Lasso 3, 4, Tennis Team 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, French Cl. 3, 4, Science Fair 3-lst prize Earth Space Sci- ence, Regional lst prize in Engineer- ing, Jr. Variety Show 3, Mustang 4, I.R.C. 4, Chairman of Band Audition- ing Committee for P.T.A. 8a S.C.A., Key Cl. 4. MYRA TILLMAN BARBARA TRESSIDER BEAVER WARNER Jr. Variety Show 3-Publicity, Deco- ration for Prom, Decorations for Homecoming, F.B.L.A. 4. FRANK WARNER Perfect Attendance Award 1, Chess Cl. 2-Sec., Hi-Y 4-Sec. PHIL WILMONT Honor Roll 1, Science Fair 1, Tennis Team 2, Riile Cl. 2, Key Cl. 3, , 4-V. Pres., Ir. Variety Show 3, N Dance Committees 3, Homecoming Driver 4. CATHIE WILSON F.H.A. 1. CLIFF WILSON Key Cl. 4, Hi-Y 4. TUE WILSON Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4, F.H.A. 4. DAVE YARNELL Art Cl. 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, "Ye Bay Rums" 3, 4. LINDA YELVERTON Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 3, 4--Public Relations, Jr. Variety Show 3, F.T.A. 4, F.H.A. 4. 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SLNEIWEISILHEIACIV Ei AND OUR FINANCIAL HELPERS: All those who sold Mustangs, And the Keyette and Key Clubs for selling ads. fzgf'af1zQfzDlzA fo fie H5440 f I rl , ii'.I'jiiv::: g5 P l,i !,'1Li um , lla,-qlllmzqwm' ,W 0 4 , !zF5?i5i!Sei2L ffm L IW f MM it Ill!" 1-B ,' maui ' T ul A lull I I-If ' 4 X xii I - n fl 1 I LAL: It I ' X I 2 " U vt' V 'B' "H 1, I snag 51 'W l fi J' H: - U ' Ixfvik --- - SHI 113' A ' ,I .Q fire: H451 ' 221 iffkfu - 'f'1WT" - -.X R II . . Photographers of Nalinnal Nomblvs Sinn' 1905 ISII4 G Nl Rl I"I'. XXV.. XVASIIINGTON. D. C. V? J ,---,qiif Mini, r' ' ' Q, 7 - fn- .- fl' '-14 HT-L . j-,--1.:1Tg,L"'7'r-: - A V .Jai I., ' K, . K .:.,... .5213 ,,f I mime. in Mllillif gillilflml gli ,wqmg mea xmwlvll Spring and the ending of G.M. ,66-'67 bring new ideas, exciting plans and a realization of Growth and maturity acquired during the winter . . . receiving college acceptances . . . seeking job opportunities . . . planning summer vacations . . . "Only 72 more days 'til schoo1's out!" . . . filling out schedules for next year . . . or preparing for graduation . . . an wondering what G.M. will be like - in the fall with new faces and without old ones. 223 d , ,...--1 G.M. 1967 G.M. is Growing . . in the Maturity that comes from meeting new responsibilities and freedoms . . . in Unity and understanding between students and faculty . . . and in the all-encompassing Spirit that makes it all Worthwhile. . . 4 i't's Growing fast . . . E don't let ir pass you by. . . ir k gin Q


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