George Washington Carver Regional High School - Hawk Yearbook (Culpeper, VA)

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by ■ Business Managers: Luciel Lee and Mettress Murrlll Circulating Managers Typist 3 Feature Writers Evelyn Ferguson Arlene Wallace Martha Mallory Roberta Gaskins Martha Mallory Shirley Carter Leticia King Luciel Lee Janice Porter Gi ace Brown Dorothy Vincent Margaret Durham Judy Ford Virginia Ruff:ner Betty Cottrill William Bowler Leticia King Anthony Wright Lois Frye Shirley Turner Caroll Carpenter Betty Cottrill Alice Walker David Jackson JZ-JL -yVu , HAIL AND FARWEWLL TO THE 1959 GRADUATE: For five long years you, the 1959 Carver Graduate, have had constantly our chief thought and have been our responsibility. Our responsibility has been not unlike conditions experienced by the Captain and Crew of a great ocean-liner, whose duty is the safe landing of a large group of passengers. The Principal and Faculty have made countless plans and spent many years both during and after school laboring in order that the fewest number of you, these precious passengers, would be left behind at the end of the five-year voyage. The good ship Carver has carried vou over safely a s far as planned. You alone can decide whether this is the end or the COMMENCEMENT. You can never truly know the true worth of what you have already accomplished until you meet someone who would gladly make any sacrifice if only he could truly possess a high school education. ecretaru Mrs. Delores Wallace, Secretary MARIAN ANGLIN GLADYS BILLUPS MAIDA COB BINS HOWARD COLLINS CLARENCE COMPTON MILDRED COLLINS Mrs Anglin teaches English. She holds an A. B. degree from St. Augustine’s College. Mr. Avery teaches Mathematics. He holds a B. S. degree from St. Augustine’s College. h Miss Billups teaches English and Dramatics. She holds an A. B. degree from St. Augustine’s College. Mrs. Blair teaches English. She holds an A. B. degree from Virginia State College. Mrs. Cobbins teaches English. She holds a B. S. degree from Hampton Institute. Mr. Compton teaches Industrial Arts. He holds a B. S. degree from St. Paul ' s Polytechnic Institute. I Cl Mr. Collins teaches Agriculture. He holds a B. S. degree from Virginia State College. Mrs. Collins teaches Home Economics. She holds a B. S. degree from Virginia State College. I " )L Miss Evans teaches Science. She MARY E. EVANS STELLA FLESHMON holds a B. S. degree from Hampton Institute. IjiALTER E. EVANS BARBARA GRAHAM NANCY FINLAY Mr. Evans teaches Government, Economics and Choir. He holds an A. B. degree from Livingston College . Mrs. Fleshmon teaches Home Economics. She holds a B. S. and an M. S. degree from Virginia State College. Miss Graham is our librarian. She holds an. A. B. degree from North Carolina College. Mr. Finlay teaches Government and History. He holds a B. S. degree from St. Paul’s Polytech nic Institute. Mrs. Finlay teaches Physical Education and holds a B. S. degree from Morgan State College. Miss Harding teaches English, World Geography, and World History. She holds a B. S. degree from Hampton Institute. Miss Hubbard teaches Business Education. She holds a B. S. degree from Hampton Institute. CALVIN FINLAY VIOLA HARDING HAZELINE HUBBARD Miss Jenkins teaches Art, History, and French. She holds a B. S. degree from Hampton Institute. Miss Jones teaches Biology. She holds a B. S. degree from Virginia Union University. JOYCE JENKINS ALEASE JONES Mr. Mailey teaches Health and Physical Education. He holds a B. S. degree from Tennessee State University. Mrs. Michie teaches Algebra and Mathematics. She hold an A. B. and an M. A. degree from Virginia State College. JAMES MAILEY FREDRICK NICHOLAS CARRIE MICHIE SIMON POOLE Mr. Nicholas teaches Agriculture. He holds a B. S. degree from Virginia State College. Mr. Poole teaches Physical Education and History. He holds a B. A. degree from St. Augustine’s College. Mrs. Parker teaches English. She holds a B. A. degree from Philander Smith ' s College. Miss Perkins teaches Science and Chemistry. She holds a B. S. degree from St. Paul ' s College. . Lr ' , A: E RRY I. D . WILLIAMS Miss Scott teaches Science. She holds a B. S. degree from Virginia State College. Miss Walters teaches General Business. She holds a B. S. degree from St. Paul’s College. LILLIE MAE WATERS Mr. Williams coaches the football Team, and teaches Mathematics. He holds a B. S. degree from Savannah State College. WILLIAM LEWIS s. eniorS Lucy Ausberry ' s ambition is to get married. Her nickname is " Baby Doll " . She is a member of the N . H . A. . Journey Rogers Beasley’s ambition is to become an artist. Since the ninth grade, he has bee " a member of the band. Margaret Beasley’s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nick- name is " Frogie " . She is a member of the N. H. A.. William Bowler’s ambition is to get married. His nickname is " Bro Bowler " . He is a member of the band, and the choir. Carole Frances Brown’s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Tiny " . She is a member of the Patrol and the library club. Grace Brown’s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is M G. B. " . She is a member of the choir and the N. H. A.. Lucv Campbell ' s ambition is to become a dancer. Her nickname is " Tippy " . She is a member of the F. B. L. A.. S emorS Madeline Caroll Carpenter’s ambition is to become a. teacher. Her nickname is ’’Caroll " . She is a member of the patrol, choir, and dramatics club. Hilray Carpenter ' s ambition is to become a contractor. His mcKname is ’’Hay " . He is a member of the baseball team, and the N. F. A. . Jean Frye Carpenter’s ambition is to become a seamtress. Her nickname is " Jeanie " . She is a member of the library club. Shirley Carter’s ambition is to become a composer. Her nickname is ’’Shirl " . She is a member of the library club. Robert Lewis Clore ' s ambition is to become a professional football player. His nickname is " Joe " . He is a member of the football team and the band. Harriet Coleman ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Polly " . She is a member of the library club, and the dramatics club. William Cooper ' s ambition is to become a musician. His nickname is " Cool Dad " . He is a member of the band and choir. S eniorS Betty Cottrill ' s ambition is to become a secretary. Her nickname is " Betty Jo " . She is a member of the yearbook staff and the newspaper club. Donald Dade’s ambition is to become a detective . His nickname is " Dino " . He is a member of the band and track team. Katherine Ann Davis’s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Kathy " . She is a member of the candy club and the basketball team. Virginia Dennis ' s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nickname is " Pug " . She is a member of the choir and the N. H. A.. Margaret Elizabeth Durham’s ambition is to becomes college student. Her nickname is " Madge " . She is a member of the N. H . A . . Evelyn Okie Ferguson ' s ambition is to become a secretary. Her nickname is " Eve " . She is a member of the yearbook staff, the newspaper staff, and the dramatics club. James Thomas Ferris ' s ambition is to play professional football. His nickname is " Jimmy " . He is a member of the baseball, football, and basketball teams. eniord Ernest Fieldin ' s ambition is to become an aircraft mechanic. His nickname is " Ernie”. He is a member of the basketball team. Joyce Lois Frye ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nick- name is " Joy " . She is a member of the dramatics club and the N. H. A. . Judy Lucille Ford ' s ambition is to become a doctor. Her nickname is " Ju " . She is a member of the basketball team, the dramatics club, and the newspaper club. Roberta Gaskins ' s ambition is to become a teacher. Her nickname is " Cat " . She is a member of the yearbook staff and the newspaper club. Edward Snyder Gordon ' s ambition is to become a professional musician. His nickname is " Skippy " . He is a member of the band , newspaper club, choir, and the dramatics club. William Richard Greene ' s ambition is to become a dentist. His nick- name is " Dick " . He is a member of the band, handicraft club, and the basketball team. Clara Hackley ' s ambition is to become a secretary. Her nick- name is " Clara Belle " . She is a member of the newspaper club and the dramatics club. Mary Hoffman’s ambition is to become a nurse . Her nickname if ’’Julie”. She is a member of the newspaper club. John Wilson Hunter’s ambition is to become a professional musician. His nickname is ’’Dykes”. He is a member of the band, choir, yearbook staff and the handicraft club. Alfreda Jackson’s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nickname is " Little Leaf”. She is a member of the N. H. A.. David Jackson’s ambition is to be a college graduate. His nickname is " Jackie”. He is a member of the band, patrol, newspaper club, dramatics club, and the basketball team. Robert Jackson’s ambition is to become a professional basketball player. His nickname is " Rob " . He is a member of the basketball, football, and baseball teams. Budd Jameson’s ambition is to become a professional football player. His nickname is " Buddy " . He is a member of the football and baseball teams. Alva Johnson’s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nick- name is " Al”. She is a member of the choir and the N. H. A.. Warren Johnson’s ambition is to become a professional baseball player. His nickname is rT Nutt rT . He is a member of the track and football teams. Bernie Jones’s ambition is to become a professional football player. He is a member of the football team. Earl Ray Jones’s ambition is to become a doctor. His nickname is ’’Ray " . He is a member of the track team, the newspaper club, and the dramatics club. Samuel Jones ' s ambition is to become a musician. His nickname is " Sam " . He is a member of the dramatics and newspaper clubs. Virginia Jordon ' s ambition is to become a married woman. Her nick- name is " Gin " . She is a member of the patrol and the N. H. A.. Gwendolyn Kelly’s ambition is to become a secretary. Her nick- name is " Gwen " . She is a member of the N. H. A., the patrol, the library club, and the handicraft club . Leticia King ' s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nickname is " Tisk " . She is a member of the dramatics and newspaper clubs, the band, and the K.H.A. Ethel Lawson ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Ike”. She is a member of the band and the Honor Society Lucille Catherine Lee ' s ambition is to become an elementary teacher. Her nickname is " Luly " . She is a member of the library, dramatics and newspaper clubs, the yearbook staff, the patrol, and the N. H . A . . Samuel Lee ' s ambition is to become a professional baseball olayer. His nickname is " Butch " . He is a member of the N. F. A. and the baseball team. Mary Lindsay ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Boo " She is a member of the choir. Martha Mallory ' s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nickname is " Becky " She is a member of the library club, the yearbook staff, and the handicraft club. Ollie Murphy ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Sweet Pea " . She is a member of the newspaper club, the basketball team, and the camera club. Mettriss Murrill ' s ambition is to become a singer. His nickname is " Plato " . He is a member of the baseball and football teams, the yearbook staff, and the dramatics club . . Ml : ? L 1 m Senior Class Powhatan Nelson ' s ambition is to become a basketball manager. His ’nickname is " Tan " . He is a member of the baseball and basketball teams. James Nixon ' s ambition is to become a sign painter. His nickname is " Nick " . He is a member of the Yearbook Staff, and the Industrial Arts class . Herbert Irving Noakes’s ambition is to become a professional basketball player. His nickname is " Herb " . He is a member of the basketball and baseball teams . Janice Porter ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Poggie " . She is a member of the choir, patrol, the Library Club, the Yearbook Staff, and the Newspaper Club. James Puller ' s ambition is to become a mechanic. His nick- name is " Jimmy " . He is a member of the band. Thomas Robinson ' s ambition is to become a jet pilot. His nickname is " Hommy " . He is a member of the Handicraft Club, and the baseball team. Virginia Ruffner ' s ambition is to become an English teacher. Her nickname is " Ginger " . She is a member of the band and the Library Club. Carroll Slaughter’s ambition is to become a professional football player. His nickname is " Shadow ’, He is a member of the N.F.A. and Handicraft Club. Richard Slaughter’s ambition is to become a professional football player. His nickname is ’’Country Slaughter”. He is of the football and baseball teams . Florence Smith’s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nickname is ’’Punch”. She is a member of the Library, Camera and N.H. A. Clubs. Henry Smith’s ambition is to become a jet pilot. His nick- name is ”Brown Sugar.” He is a member of the Choir, football team, and F.B.L.A. Joseph Smith’s ambition is to become a professional basket- ball player. His nickname is " Eddie.” He is a member of the track team, and the Band,. Naomi Smith’s ambition is to become an opera singer. Her nickname is ’’Snuffy.” She is a member of the Choir, Dramatics Club, and the Girls ensemble. Bettie Spottswood’s ambition is to become a typist.. Her nick- name is " Betty " Bettie.” She is a member of the Library Club, Newspaper Club, N.H. A., and the che ' erleaders. Oeorgianna Stevens ' s ambition is to see the world. Her nick- name is " Puggie " . She is a member of the basketball team., Peggie Strother’s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nick- name is " Mug. " She is a member of the Speech and Dramatics Clubs. Helen Tabetha Summon ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nick- name is " Shortie. " She is a member of the N.H.A. and Choir. Samuel Andrew Taylor ' s ambition is to become a mechanic. His nickname is " Dagger. " He is a member of the Handicraft, N.H.A. and Library Clubs. Barbara Terrill ' s ambition is to become a Poetical nurse. Her nickname is " Pretty. " pne is a member of the Choir and News- paper Staff. Edward Victor Thompson ' s ambition is to become a jet pilot., His nickname is " Eddie. " He is a member of the N. F. A.. Callie Tomes ' s ambition is to become a private secretary. Her nickname is " Tena. " She is a member of the Handicraft, Band, Camera and Library Clubs. Marva Towles ' s ambition is to become a private stenographer. Her nickname is " Mars " . She is a member of the basketball team., George Lee Turner’s ambition is to have a business of his own. His nickname is " Monk " . He is a member of the N. F. A. and the baseball team. Shirley Turner ' s ambition is to become a secretary. Her nick- name is " Tootsie " . She is a member of the band, Cheerleaders, choir. N. ,H. A., and the Yearbook Staff. Dorothy Vincent ' s ambition is to becoee a secretary. Her nickname is " Dottie " . She is a member of the Honor Society, the Yearbook Staff, the basketball team, the Choral ilub, and the band in which she is a majorette. Alice Walker ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is ' " Al " ., She is a member of the Newspaper Club, the library club, the Cheerleaders, and the yearbook staff. Elizabeth Walker ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Liz " . She is a member of the Newspaper Club. Yvonne Walker ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her nickname is " Big Baby " . She is a member of the Newspaper Club. Senior Class Arlene Wallace ' s ambition is to become a physical education teacher. Her nickname is " SkiD " . She is a member of the yearbook Staff, the Newspaper Club, tne concert band, and the marching band. in which she is drum majorette, ohe is also president of the Honor Society. Walter Ware ' s ' ambition is to become a carpenter. His nickname is " Chinn " . He is a member of the baseball and football teams, and the Yearbook Staff • Pembroke Washington ' s ambition is to become a mechanic. His nickname is " Sonny " . He is a member of the band, patrol,, and the N. F. A. . Joseph Williams ' s ambition is to become a professional football player. His nickname is " Bozie " . He is a member of the basketball and the football team. Roland Williams ' s ambition is to become a professional football player His nickname is " Jud " . He is a member of the football team. Mary Lucy Wilson ' s ambition is to become a beautician. Her nickname is " Sis " . She is a member of the Handicraft Club, choir, and the Yearbook Staff. Phyllis Williams ' s ambition is to become a seamtress. Her nickname is " Hilder " . She is a member of ' the basketball team. Senior Class Fannie Wormley ' s ambition is to become a nurse. Her n i c } _ name is " Fats.” She is a member of the Choir, Handicraft and Library Clubs. Talmadge Anthony Wright’s ambition is to become a professional musician. His nickname is " Tino. " He is a member of the Band, track and football teams, and Yearbook Staff. Isiah Walker ' s ambition is to become a professional baseball player . His nickname is " Zeke " He is a member of the Handicraft Club, baseball and football teams, ana the N. F. A.. Eighth Grade 3ponsors: Hr. Walter Evans, Hiss Gladys Billups, and Hr. Simon Poole. The new eighth grade is introduced into the fields of specialization through exploratory courses. Courses of Instruction Mathematics General Science English Social Science Physical Education Business Education Industrial Arts Agriculture Music Home Economics 27 Go ' inliments 0? . L. Shite and Company C OK PL II IE NTS " The ‘ Lite Shop” OF Smart Fashions J LES NI a 0 r J For Ken and ' Aomen Sign Fainter Culpeper, Virginia Phone 7362 Orange, Va. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS C. C. Cill and dons Hardware: Implements: OF 135 Hast Main Gt . 235 Madison Road .uial: 7311 Dial: 7275 Kay ' s Store Dupont Paints Orange, Virginia Gordcnsville, Virginia COJ 1PLIMBNTS OF COMPLIMENTS Crafton and Sparks OF Clothing and Furnishers Rickett ' s Drug Store Since 1909 RSXALL Men Fine Apparel, Courteous Service DRUGS Orange, Virginia Orange, Virginia Dial 2021 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF J. C. Peterson ' s Jeweler H. W. Market Fine Watch Repairing Staple and Fancy Groceries 131 East Main St. Orange, Virginia Fresh Meats and Fish Phone: 23 Gordonsville , Virginia Eighth Grade Sponsors: Miss Please A. Jones, Mr. Albert Vfallane, and Mrs. Maida V, Cobbins The new eighth grade is introduced into the fields of specialization through exploratory courses. Courses of Instruction Mathematics General Science English Social Science Physical Education Business Education Industrial Arts Agriculture Music Home Economics 29 Autographs Freshmen Sponsors: Miss Mary Evans, Miss Hazeline Hubbard, Miss Viola Harding, Miss Shirley Perkins, and Mrs. Marion J. Anglin Officers: President, Jean Turner; Secretary, Pauline Long; Assistant Secretary, Georgia Arrington; Treasurer, Priscilla Jackson 31 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS Qg Cowherd Ford Company Here’s Just the Car you Can Afford OF HERNDON BROS. PONTIAC " None Better Finer than the Ford " Phone: TE 2-2226 PONTIAC AND USED CARS VAUXH ALL VICTOR " SHOP SERVICE Gordonsville Virginia GORDDNSVILLE, VA. COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF TAPPY BROTHER’S FURNITURE S3J0RE Holladay Brothers, Incorporation COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Buil ing Contractors FRIGIDAIRE REPRE3ENTIVES " LET YOUR HOME BE FIRST " Gordonsville Virginia " IT TELLS WHO YOU ARE " 117 Chapman St. Orange, Virginia Dial 2$51 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF West Chanlton Flower Shop Gibbs Service Store In Any Event Wire Flowers General Merchandise Mrs. Ernest Warmberrie Pratts, Virginia West Chanlton Flower Shop Orange, Virginia Phone: 4434 Phone: Orange 732$ COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF James Nixon Gibbs Ester Sign Painter General Merchandise Phone 7362 Orange, Virginia Phone: 447$ Madison, Virginia Sophomores Tenth Grade Sponsors: Mrs. Viola P. Blair, Mr. Avery, Mrs. Michie, Miss Walters Officers: President, Randolph Howard; Cherrie Hunter, Secretary; Treasurer, Roylene Greenwood ' , Malinda Dennis, Vice President 33 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF Central Hardware Fashion Shoppe Hew and Used Auto. Parts 145 E. Davis Street Culpeper, Virginia 172 E. Davis Street Culpeper, Virginia CCI1FLI ' CENTS OF C. Roy Jones Jewelry COMPLIMENTS OF Diamonds, Silverware, ' ate es Chinaware and Gifts The Clement Ins. Agency 138 E. Davis Street Culpeper, Virginia Culpeper, Virginia COMPLI! 3MTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF CULPEPER LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS The Jewel Box Culpeper ' s Oldest Dry Cleaners and Culpeper ' s Modern Jewelers Launderers. e appreciate your 111 2. Davis Street Phone: 2711 business. " It Pays to Buy By Reputation " Office: Dial 8421 Plant: 8092 Culpeper, Virginia COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF G. E. Dealer Leggett ' s Dept. Store Culpeper Home and Auto Supply Inc. " The Store of Better Values " 139 North Main Street Culpeper, Virginia B. F. Goodrich Tires and Tubes Juniors Sponsors: Mr. Calvin Finlay, Mrs. Doris Parker, Mr. Clarence Compton, Miss Joyce Jenkins Officers: President, Melvin Hubbard; Vice President, Gloria Jett; Secretary, Louise White; Assistant Secretary, Ethel Daniels; Treasurer, Henry Johnson; Assistant 35 Autographs Patrol PATROL OBJECTIVES 1. To render aid in helping the school personnel to keep students in line of duty. 2. To assist the bus drivers in keeping students quiet to and from school. 3. To assist the custodian in keeping the corridors clean. 4. To report student that walk halls during class hours without passes. 5. To be good citizen by staying out of the detention halls. 6. To prevent student from running in the halls to board buses. 7. To assist students in and out of the assembly hall. Patrol Captains: Barbara Tinsley, James Nixon, Patrol Lieutenants: McKinley Carpenter, Maurice Bentley Sponsor: H. A. Collins 37 Patrons Mrs. Margaret Ware Emanuel Walker Mr. Bmlly ware Alberta Howard Mrs. Ella Brora Mr. Willard E. Cooper Mr. Delma Brora Mr I ■ Mrs. A. Compton Blair Mrs. Cra Ware Mr. R. N. Dudley Mrs. Agnes Groves Mrs. Irene Ford Mr. Phillip Nixon Mrs. M. J. Anglin Mr. Willie Williams Mr. k Mrs. Robert Gaskins Mr. Mrs. Clemon Hop!- ins Mr. f - Mrs. Lewis White Mrs. Thomas Carpenter Mr. Mrs. Joe Ferguson Mr. Mrs. William Taylor Mr. F. W. Nicholas Novella Lewis Mr. Mrs. William Gray Mr. Willie G. Wilson Miss Violet Harding Mrs. Ruth Wison Miss L. IB. Walters Mr. Mrs. Elroy Banks Jr. Mr. k Mrs. Humphrey Mi chi e Mr. Mrs. Elroy Banks Mr. W. E. Evans Mr. Mrs. James Robinson Miss Joyce Jenkins Mr. Mrs. ' Willie Walker Its. Doris . L. Parker Mr .A Mrs. ' Wilbur Bridget 3gt. Jesse L. Parker Mrs. Havama Jeffries Miss Minnie Davis Miss Virginia Summons Mr. r. Mrs. Charlie Tansimore Mr. John M. Summons Mrs. Lillie Davis Mr. Roy Price Mrs. Norma Camp Mr. Robert R. Jefferson Mr. k Mrs. Fielding Lawson Mrs. Goldie Carey Mrs. gessie Braxton Mrs . Ellen Cooper Mrs. Rosa Jensen Mrs. Marion J. Anglin Mr. Mrs. Richard Snead Mrs. Thelma Kelly Miss Arletha Dabney Mr. Mrs. John Maddox Miss B. L. Tyler Mrs. Gladys Morton Mr. William T. Holmes Mrs. Augusta Humes Miss Cora Tiller Mr. k Mrs. Augustus Gordon Mrs. Elsie Johnson Mrs. Lorraine Johnson Miss Dorothy M. West Mollie 73. ' Walker Mr. k Mrs. Frank W. King Class History September first., nineteen hundred fifty-four, was a day of joy and excitement for two hundred eager young students who entered the doors of Carver Regional High School with open minds and hearts for learning, and eager for friendship. We, the two hundred students, were from the four counties: Culpeper, Madison, Orange, and Rappahannock. Commencing high school began a new era in our young lives, but be- cause of our eagerness for knowledge , we soon became adjusted to our new environment and surroundings. We found great joy in taking the explora- tory courses that we had in order to help us decide what courses we should take in our later years that would best enable us to realize our goals for the future. We shall never forret the many new rules and cus- toms by which we had to abide. Durj ng our eighth grade year we were under the guidance of Miss Alease P. Scott, Mr. frank N. Johnson, Mrs. Eleanor Thompson, and Mrs. Ethel Anderson. They showed much interest and patience in helping us with our many problems. Before we realized it, we were ready for our freshman year of high school. After our exploratory year we were really ready for the never- ending study of our more complex studies that were required of us. Our sponsors were Miss .Alease P. Scott, Mr. Frank N. Johnson, Mrs. Eleanor Thompson, Mr. James Mailey and Miss Louise Taylor. This year our class was represented in the various activities, such as Band, New Homemakers of America, New Framers of America, Camera Club, Choir, Football and Baseball. Nothing unusual happened in our Sophomore 3 ear. Our class still participated in the various activities. Although we found it difficult and necessary to keep up with our scholastic studies, it was, indeed, an enjoyable year for us. Our sponsors were Miss Louise Taylor, Mr. James Mailey, Miss Alease Scott, and Mrs. Eleanor Thompson. A year of truly hard work and pleasure was our Junior year. This will be remembered because of the thrill and excitement of sponsoring the Junior-Senior Prom. We had to ' work very hard in achieving this goal, but it wouldn’t have been achieved without the sincere help and guidance of our sponsors, Miss Alease Scott, Miss Louise Ta lor, and Mrs, Eleanor Thompson. Our boys were finally successful in winning the Intramural Volleyball and Basketball Tournaments. nt lost we can proudly say that we have reached the most important year ol our high school education, our Senior year. We are, indeed, for- tunate to have again Miss Alease Scott, and a new sponsor, Mr, Harry I. D. Williams, as our sponsors. However, by the time we reached our Sen- ior year, our enrollment had dropped from two hundred to eighty-eight. As we are nearing the completion of our high school education, this, the Senior year will be remembered most and will linger in our minds longest because of the hard struggled to the top. We are now ready to take another step forward into life, with heads high and minds ready to face the many hard trials taat are yet to come. Some of us will strive to further our education, and some of us will make good use of whnt we have. We sincerely believe that we have done our best in achieving a part of our goal. ve, the Seniors of fifty-eight and fifty-nine, wish to assure the teachers that their work through the five long years with us will be very rewarding to us. We wish to show our appreciation to our teachers by becoming better citizens of tomorrow. May luck and happiness be with you always 1 N F A N. F. A. Officers President : Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer: Reporter: Watchman : Historian: Parliamentarian: Chaplain: Advisors : (cadet teacher) Melvin Hubbard William Carpenter George Turner Lawrence Wilhoite James Arrington John Carter Samuel Lee Pembroke Washington Clark Carpenter F. W. Nicholas H. A. Collins L. W. Boxley 41 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF SPOUSE MOTOR COMPANY Eheart ' s Cash and Carry Sales and Service Staple and Fancy Groceries PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER 125 Madison Road Gordonsville , Virginia Orange, Virginia Dial 7790 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF Crawn Brothers GRYMES DRUG STORE " Friendly Service " Mobilgas Service Station Reliable Prescriptions 125 East Main Street Taxi Service Orange, Virginia Dial: 7722 Orange, Virginia Dial 2141 COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF Orange Farm Supply SPARK ' S GROCERY To Buy The Best Fresh Heats Buy Purina Feed Groceries Frozen Foods Dial Orange: 2451 Orange, Virginia Orange, Virginia Dial 7315 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS 0? HALLEY ' S SERVICE STATION Modern Plumbing We specialize in all and Kinds of Sandwiches Bar-be-cue Heating Company Incorporated Sandwiches Orange, Va. Dial 7293 Orange, Virginia Dial 203 1 N H. A N. H. A. Club President: Vice President: Secretary: Assistant Secretary: Treasurer: Reporter: Assistant Reporter: Parliamentarian : Advisors : Shirley Covington Dorothy Gray Leticia King Regina Gray Georgia Arrington Barbara Gordon Alice Glascoe Sarah Goodall Mrs. S. H. Fleshman Mrs. M. H. Collins A3 Marching Band Beginning Band INSTRUCTOR: Mr. Cortelyou W. Payne 44 Choir OFFICERS OF THE CHOIR President : Vice President: Georgianna Stevens Warren Nelson Alva Johnson Warren Johnson Mr. Walter E. Evans TYPING I TEACHER: Miss Hazeline Hubbard DRAMATICS CLUB INSTRUCTOR: Miss Billups 46 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF CRAFTCN SPARKS BIBB PRINTING COMPANY Gordonsville, Virginia Orange, Virginia COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF ( Jx The Marshall Funeral Service ?4 5 East Davis Street Culpeper, Virginia WALLACE’S 3RENTVC0D MARKET ' GRCCERI HE FREE . ; EL iV EM J ERVI C 2 Mr. Mrs. Clarence Wallace, Props. MORTIMER M. MARSHALL Licensed Srnhslmer i- Funeral Director 4000 Wallace Hoad North Brentwood, Md. RUTH VEST MARSHALL Licensed Funeral Director DON ' T WALK TALK WE ARE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE Telephones Day 7911 Night 9788 WArfield 7-9 ? 67 Sunday Beer at Weekday Prices COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OF MADISON GULF SERVICE C. C. Phillips Robert E. Utz " JEWELER " Keepsake Daimonds Phone: 3951 Gordonsville, Virginia Madison, Virginia COMPLIMENTS " PATRONS " Mrs. Irma Butler Mr. Mrs. William Gales Mr. $ Mrs. John Summons OF Mr. Mrs. John J. A. Williams C. C. CILL AND SONS Mr. Mrs. Saint Janeson Mr. Mrs. Clarence ' Wallace Orange, Virginia Mrs. Priscilla Barber Mr. Mrs. Acy Frye M r s. Lucy C.ailds Mrs. Margaretta Brown Mr. Mrs. William Samson Newspaper Staff Editor: Judy Ford Co-Editor: Lucille Lee Production Manager: Arlene Wallace Advisors: Miss Billups, Miss Graham, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Cobbins 48 Girls Basketball Team Cheerleaders Marva Towles and Georgianna Stevens, Co-captains Shirley Turner, captain 49 H Football Basketball Team Athletic Director: Mr. James A. Mailey; Coach: Mr. Harry I. D. Williams Assistant Coaches: Mr. Clarence Compton; Mr. Simon Poole Boys Basketball Team of 195 -59 50 Class Prophecy David Jackson and Margaret Durham are now enjoying the hardships and fun on Virginia State’s Campus. Georgianna Stevens and Phyllis Williams are now coaching basketball at Michigan State College. The majority of their students belong to Mary Wilson Dinkins. Arlene Wallace (now Mrs. Edward Gordon) is home watching her two children while waiting for Skippy to return from a business trip. Shirley Carter has just made a hit song entitled " Shirley Be Good " . Powhatan Nelson, Robert Jackson, and Joseph Smith are the star clowns on the Harlem Globetrotters. Richard Greene and Evelyn Ferguson now own the biggest Hot Shoppe in Jef fersonton , Virginia. Judy Ford is working her way through Virginia State College. Budd Jameson, James Ferris, and Bernie Jones are now playing pro- football we don ' t know wher e, as yet. Virginia Ruffner is now teaching English IV at her Alma Mater. Shirley Turner is now private secretary to Pembroke Washington. Mettress Murrill , Walter Ware, Isiah Walker, and Warren Johnson are now singing at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. Alva Johnson and Roberta Gaskins are now make-up artists for M. G, M. John Hunter, Edward Gordon, and Anthony Wright have signed a three - year contract with Fats Domino’s band. 52 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT State of Virginia Town of Rapidan County of Culpeper May, 1959 We, the Senior Class of 1958 and 1959, being sound in mind and body promulgate our last will and Testament. Article I To the Juniors: We leave our seats in assembly and courage to strive hard to become seniors. Article II To the Sophomores: We wish to leave our positiins in all extracurricular activities. Article III To the Freshmen: We will a successful sophomore year and our worn out text books. Article IV To the Eighth Graders: We wish to leave our hard-working sponsors . Article V To the Faculty: We leave a group of brilliant students such as we. Article VI Evelyn Ferguson wills to David Fergusonk Carole Ferguson, and Charles Ferguson, Miss Scott, a very sweet homeroom teacher. To Louise Banks, Georgiana Stevens wills her ability to get a boyfriend Q f her own an d stop trying to steal other girls’ boyfriends . Carole Brown wills to Drewarv Brown the ability to get his class work and become a senior instead of flirting with the girls. Martha Mallory wills to ' Willie Mallory the ability to stay out of the detention hall and to become a senior. George Turner wills to Raymond and Cooper Turner the school’s piano . To Amanda drown, Fannie Vormley wills her ability to get along with others and to do well in school. Anthony bright wills his ability to play a trumpet to Wesley Drumgoole. Arlene Wallace wills her position as lead majorette to Marilyn Humes . Journey Beasley wills to Daniel Brent, a bag of peanuts. Shirley Carter wills to Peggy Butler the ability to clown in class and not get caught. John Hunter wills to Robert Robinson his magic drumsticks so that he can play a sloppy cadence without tearing up his d rum . To Mason Porter, Janice Porter wills her rriviloge to become a senior. Joseph ' .Vi 11 is ms wills to Herbert Shanks the ability to play first trom ' one without fumbling or fishing for the notes. Fegg” Strother wills to Ruth Jackson the ability to stop flirting with the boys. William Cooper wills to Flemming Prentiss his seat on Bus 22. To Bessie Stevens, Phyllis Williams wills her basketball suit and. the ability to get along with Mrs. Finlay. Luciel I.ee wills to Roger Lee and Sarah Lee the ability to become dignified seniors. Ill v ard Gordon wills to Clifton Taliaferro the first chair in the Tenor Saxophone section of the band. To Josephine Walker, Annie Young, and Olivia Banks, Mary Wilson wills her ability to act like a lady and stop acting cute. Leticia King -wills to Flossie Nixon all the boys in Louisa and Or-unge; then may ' -e she will leave Robert alone. Virginia Ruff nor wills to William Maurice Bentley all the success and happiness that the future may bring. AUTOGRAPHS


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