George Washington High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Danville, VA)

 - Class of 1953

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PERK". r, mLpmgamimmmm,wu.mLmuy.az I ALAYNE WATsoNg CHARLIE DENNY V l 0 4 hx I2 at N s I 3? Q? Q 2 i ,ly S ' x Qi jx K V 3 . , "Q SN IX 3-. Q. G N 'A jim, ' mulcbvl ' E-gr 'mac 5 Q s. ,mea N .4 K? ig ' ,I 1. .15 -1 .r 'Qs 2 T 5455 lf? Q -t V if ! E x., c ?i On our return last fall we regretted to lincl Miss Grace Bagley had resigned. XY7e have missed an excellent teacher and 11 true friend. , N XXXMx xjbb-X Q 4 4 ff 7 1 X 4 f 1 I f, M 2 0 4 4 7 Z 17 X, X W riff! .1 :295 .SQ --li Jh.eA.o,mado,flz.Q.lawA,... O. T. BONNE11 Superintendent of City Schools B. S. Birmingham Southern M. A. University of Virginia S. K. KERNODLE GEORGE E. BENDALL R. P. MCCONNEL EARL S. TALBERT P. H. RICKETTS Cbnirzmuz C. R. LONG CHARLES B. FLORA JOHN H. NELSON Joi-IN S. MEADE, JR. 4103- J. T. CHRISTOPHER Principal B. S. College of Williaiiu and Mary M. A. Columbia University Graduate Work beyond a Master's Degree, 'University of Virginia and Columbia University. them, -11120 ERNEST G., BAXA Assisfant Principal B. S. West Virginia Vifesleyan College M. Ed. University of .Pittsburghg Graduate XVork beyond Master's D e g r e c, Bowling Green Colleg Commerce. ,1 QW wdluflm, 12 MARY H. BAcoN Englixb B. S., Madison College ROLAND M. BACON Indmfrinl Arif Deparlmen! Head B. S., Iowa State Teachers College: Graduate Work, University of Florida and North Carolina State College ETHLL S. BARKER Mntbemalirx A. B.g Woman's College of North Carolina MONA BLACK Blzfilzeff Edfrmliwz B. S., Radford College C. KENT CLARK llltlllllffifll Arif B. S. Eastern Illinois State Collegeg Graduate Work, North Carolina State College ANNE COGHILL Bufinesx Education B. S., Woman's College of North Carolina REBEKAH COPPEDGE Buxinexx Eduration B. S., Middle Tennessee State T e a c h e r s Collegeg Graduate work, Bowling Green College of Commerce and George Peabody College NELL DALTON Pbyyiml Edumtioin B. S., Longwood College FACULTY MAELE B. DAVIS Englirb B. A., Westhampton College, Graduate Work, University of Virginia and George Washington University JOSEPHINE ESTES Englirb A. B., ,Randolph-Macon XVoman's College, Graduate Work, University of Virginia, and University of North Carolina DOROTHY FITZGERALD Dmmfliirx and Ezzglixb A. B., Randolph - Macon XVoman's College, Graduate Wfork, University of Virginia KATHRYN GARVER Pbyriml Educaiiozz B. S., Winthrop Collegeg Graduate Wfork, University i of North Carolina HEEMAN GOLDSTEIN Ma1bem:1iic.r A. B., University of North Carolina RUSSELL L. GRAU Iildlljffilll ANI B. S., Penn State, Graduate Work, Wayne University SAM M. GREEN E11 gliib B. A., University of North Carolina RUTH Gunris Pf5yJiml Edfzmfiofz A. B., Elon College, Graduate Work, University of North Carolina 13? J' v. . 2 . I fa FACULTY JOSEPH WALTER GURTIS, JR. History and Pbyriml Edflratiorz A. B., University of North Carolina XV. E. HARDING Pbyriml ECfl!L'f1fi0l2 A. B., College of Williani and Maryg M. Ed., College of Wfilliam and Mary NORA PAYN13 HILL Efzglirb Department Head B. S., Columbia Universityg M. A., Columbia Universityg Graduate work beyond Masters Degree, Columbia University x P OUSER Gra e w 0 r k , sity o A th Carolina T 0 fx ' . K Hin' ' V - -A f North if 'I ' l' . I cl 5 K ' ' fN f MARIANA HOWARD Naflzral Science B. S., Madison Collegeg Graduate work, University of Richmond and University of Virginia AGNES PENULTIMA JOHNS Lilfmriflzz A. B., Longwood Collegeg A. B., in Library Science, College of William and Mary RUBY JONES Hirfory A. B., College of Wfilliam and Maryg Graduate work, College of'XVilliam and Mary MARG.kRET B. KUSHN'ER Engfnb and Frerzclb B. A.,g.v'Woman's College of University of North Carolina r. X.. 5 Q ni N rw ,A gf g ., p X1 j VJ' K mf W . D , . ,, ,J W 'gs :if 1 A +7 FACULTY JENNY LINDLEY Matbefmififr A. B., Guilford Colle-geg Graduate Wfork, vUOID11l'1'S College of University of North Carolina LoIIIsE A. MCCAIN Home Emzmmirl' B. S., Longwood Collegeg Graduate XVO rk, Virginia Polytechnic Institute MARY ELIZABETH INICELRATH B11.'i11eI.f Elfllfrlfiflll B. S., Radford Collegeg Graduate NVD r k , Virginia Polytechnic Institute ALBERT E. IVIATHIES P11-I .viral Eflffmtiozz B. A., University of North Carolinag Graduate Work, University of North Carolina ELIZABETH G. IVIOSLEY Home Emzmmicr B. S., Madison Collegeg Graduate Wfork, University of North Carolina and Virginia Polytechnic Institute THELIIIA NAYLOR Mnllrelfzfzlirx Depfzrlznelzf Head A. B., Randolph - Macon XVoman's Collegcg Graduate Work, University of North Carolina and University of Virginia ELIZABETH M. OLIVER Fine Arif Coordimzloi' B. S., New York Universityg M. A., New York Universityg Graduate XV o r k beyond Masters Degree, Christiansen Choral School MARY G. OLIVER Hixrory B. A., University of Virginiag M. A., University of Virginia .' - N5 4151- A Q 'XF 16 FACULTY REXFORD O'NElLL Bfzrifzerr Edumfiofz A. B., Fairmont College, Graduate Work, Richmond Professional Institute MARSHALI. W. PENDER, JR. INHzzurnI ' Science B. A., Mary NVashington College of University of Virginiag Graduate XY'ork, Elon College S. H. PERKINSON Englifb B. S., University of Virginiag M. A., University of Virginiag Graduate W 0 r k beyond Master's degree, University of Virginia CLARENCE POLING Izidsjrial Artr rmont 'o lege, B. A. ' . S., so Institu ATHERlNE Ng! cienfe B. S. ege of William an yg Graduate XVork, Un rsity of Texas and University of Colorado DEANE RICHARDSON Ezzglixb and Spmzirb A. B., University of North Carolina LORRAINE C. RoBERTsoN Mfzfbelmzliw' A. B., Randolph - Macon Won1an's College GnANv1LL13 B. Siwnrn Ezzglirb B. S., Indiana State Teachers College, Graduate Work beyond Bachelor's Degree, Penn State College FACULTY MARY FRANCES SOURS Hiriory B. S., Madison College GLADYS I-I. SPANGLIER Efzglirb A. B., Marshall Collegeg M. A., University of Wfest Virginia, Graduate Work beyond Master's degree, George Peabody College EUGENE C. STRYKER Baud B. M., Syracuse University, Graduate Wfork, University of North Carolina MILTON SUTHERLIN zlhzfbezzmrirr B. A., University of North Carolina JOYCE SUTTON Sofia! Scienrer A. B., Madison College G. L, THOMASSON Svienre Depzlrlmeni Head A. B., University of North Carolina, M. A., Columbia University, Graduate Xlifork, University of North Carolina and Columbia University LUCILLE XVALTON Srienre B. S., Longwood College, M. A., University of Virginia, Graduate W o r K . beyond Bachelor's Degree, J' Duke University and Harvard University MAXINE WATTS Afrirfmzl Lilnwriazz 32 A. B., Longwood College 17 FACULTY AUBREY B. WILSON Latin and Euglirb A. B., University of Richmondg Graduate Wfork, University of Virginia KATHIERINIE VUILSON Mnlbefmrlim- B. S., Longwood College LAWRENCIE G. WILSON Mnfbenmrifx - A. B., University of North Carolina, Graduate Wfork, Columbia University WILLIAM E. XXfILsoN P15 yximl Edzzmliozz B. S., Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Graduate XVork, College of Wfilliam and Mary ELIZABETH WOODSON Hi.i'f0ry. Gllidmlre Sllpe1'1'i.r0v' B. S., Longwood College, M. A., University of Virginiag Graduate -XVork,. .University 1 ot! Virg Ia M fiifj 41 wig ii ii? Q25 9 waA,mzwtouA,alL... Firxl ron, left to right: Carol Ferrell, Margaret Douglas, Nancy Neal, Carolyn Wfillis, Madge Scearce, Betty James, Pat Browder, Bunny Farmer, Ann Mayberry, Joy Patterson, Nancy Snead, Shirley Gibson, Phyllis Flood. Harriett Dawson. SL'!'0IId1'01.l', left to rigbl: Margaret Wfeakley, Jane Tucker, Leah Elliot, Sally Spangler, Sandra Porter, Sue Staton, Margaret Crinshaw, Peggy Rollins, Ellen Patterson. Judith Rosenburg, Nancy Pretty. Loretta Giles, Joyce Moore. Third rom, lefi lo riglat: Charles Graves. George Griggs, Joe Hile, Ernest Baxa, Jr., Donny Glasgow, Lee Boatwright, Peter Vanderwei-Hr, Nicky Wa1'ren, Carrington Tate. Sonny Klaif, Charles Hill, Roland Jones, Eddie Ayers. First raw, lefl 10 right: Dorothy XVeadon. Shirley Scearce, Jeannette Land. Beverly Burrage, Judith Dix, Mary Louise Joslen, Shirley Norton, Carol Jordan. Joan Hutchins, Cora Pruitt, Anne Brown, Betty Jane Ingram, Delores Wattson, John Jennings. Second row, left lo rigbf: Gloria Nix. Kathryn Simpson, Ann Melton, Carolyn Hall, Page Motley, Marie Jefferson, Sandra Angell, Jane Ashworth. Jay Thornton, Barbara Forest, Nancy Newell, Tommie Lewis, Jimmy Parrish. Third row, lefl to right: Charles Rich, Dale Hedrick, Carl Furgurson, Jr., Bobby Ricketts, Richard Brown, Terry Wiliiiouth, Russell Henderson, Marvin Lemons, Billy Cook, Bobby Walker, Bobby Vfright, Fred Hawkins, Wfayne Tate, Billy Robinette. 'l2Ul' SEVENTH GRADE Firrt ww, left to rigbl: Carol Garrett, Yvonne Davis, Sylvia Brown, Ann Brumlield, Rose Marie Dameron, Anne Wazlker, joyce Perdue, Dorothy Asbury, Norma Kendrick, Alice Garrett, Sarah Poteat, Irene Baum, Anne Harris. Second row, lefl lo right: Phyllis Blankenship, Carolyn Grinstead, Mary Hunter Croxton, Sue Vlilliams, Betsy XVilson, ,Io Wlheatley, Margaret Hurd, Peggy Clare, Joyce Hardy, Irma Moore, Sylvia Furr, Carolyn Fentriss, Third raw, left to righf: Don Arey, jerry Chaney, Richard Bliss, joe Tompkins, Snowden Hall, Bobby Hain, Brooke Temple, Ronnie jones, Donald Smith, Hugh Hagood, jerry McNichols, john Perkins, Freddie McDowell. Fi:-.rl row, left to rigbl: Shirley Neal, Marie Dickerson, Shelby Dean, Shelby Crawford, Sarah Lewis. Seroud raw, left to right: jimmy Feldman, Bob johnson, Harry Nickolas, james Wilson, Bobby Jennings, XVallace Hundley. Third mul, leff 10 riglal: Hugh Vfyatt, Charles Sheeler, Dallas Robertson, Wlayne Payne, Bobby Marshall. -'l21r :- v , e - buf, mo, Hlllkhlll- lonlznorl, Fif-.ri row, left to riglal: Carol Vlrenn, Mabel Farries, Carolyn Hughes, Carolyn Abernathy, Nancy Harrell, Sarah Vlfilson, Helen Browder, Elizabeth Compson, Sarah Shelhorse. Serond raw, left lo rigbl: Nancye Lumpkin, Sarah Jordan, Brenda Owen, Marry Ellen Irwin, Virginia Scott, Delores Flood, Ehirley Alvis, Annette Elliot, Gertrude Brumfield. Third row, leff lo right: Ebb Wlilliams, Ken Overcash, George Penn, Steve Turner, johnny Matney, Bill Stevens, Duffard Harley, David Meadows. Firrl row, lefl lo rigbl: Sarah Wlilliams, Carolyn Hitchcock, May Harrison, Nancy Bradner, Rosalind Abercrombie, Marion Hager, Paula Cochran, Opal Walker, Sylvia Scruggs. Serozzd row, left to rigbl: Sally Thomas, Mary jane Martin, Linda Traylor, Sue Leggett, Meredith Wilson, Ann Throckmorton, Nancy Bennett, Gayle Green, Carole Johnson. Third row, left to right: Bob Kirkpatrick, Ronnie Mays, Dickie Fralin, Redford Satterheld, Prentice Kinser, III, George Fairer, Arthur Giles, Bill Garrett, Freddie Knowles, Sutt Farley. 'l22l' EIGHTH GRADE l Fir!! row. lefl ro right: Sarah Pattisall, Eva Stegall, Patsy Xvilliams, Linda Kirk, Carolyn Bruce Powell, Peggy Bradley, Patsy Sams, Delores Haraway, Sylvia Bragg. Second raw, Iefl lo rigbl: Barbara Setlitf, jean Myers, Nancy Clark. Dixie Blanks, Linda Lea, Bobby Gray Hogan, Lee Myers, Nancy Edwards, Ellen Cobb. Third row, left lo right: Charles Howland, Thomas Lee, Williaiiw Carroll, George Wfoody. Ronnie Bryant, Donnie Cole, Keith Cook, Roger Perkins, Bobby Robinette. , D, Y, , "f-'LQ Fir-.ft row, left! ro rigbl: Dillon Barnett, Ben Vincient, Vernon Wlyatt, Billy Wfrenn, Michael Kenneth Price, L. D. Crawford, J. B. Sheppard. Second row, lefl lo rigbl: Randy Beale, Bob Martin, Gerry Mathewson, Donna Anthony, Hubert Mooretield, Wfilliam H. Vfilliams. Third row, left to right: jim Martin, jimmy Moore, Ed Ragland, Budge Kent, Bob Garrett. 4231" lv are f -Qi 'X 4,1 .-17 -, . '1 za 5: ,P Q 'wwf' 1-,nv - :laws L 1 fawftw ,f , ,ills 'v Jig, ii H , J! ...fh.eA.a,waA,a, Jwaal Fir!! row, left lo riglal: Betty Carter, Bunny Booker, jackie Mills, Janet Wilson, Claudette Stutts, Peggy Phillip ry V1 er. Second row, left lo riglal: Stanley Houghton, Richard Pretty, Anne Cox, Cornelia McDowell, Rachel Pow ll, agthg aymes, Leon Lewis. Ag 'UB A Tl7il'df01l', lefl to right: jim Bagby, john Bonner, jimmy Hinton, Sammy Epperson, Van Holton, G ge ' , Dgid . I 1 t F, Q Firxt row, left lo right: Helen Brandon, Annette Nutt, Jean Evans, Sue Fisher Trammell, Barbara jones, Ramona Huclgins, Mary Emma Huclgins, Sarah Hellams. Serond row, lefl ,fo rigln: june Moschler, Jayne Gammon, Betty Lavery, Tony Sorgee, Ramona Presnell, Sue Terrell, Molly Haraway, Majorie Newman, Lois Daniel. Third raw, left to right: Roland Richbourg, Billy Clifton, Bill Clifton, Bill Overcash, -Tackle juster, Don Kent, Kenneth Passamaneck, Eddie Friedman, Norman Boswell, Claude Davis. 'l24l' , P Ml. WV' ,liar t. ulwlttlt' 769 First raw, Ieff lo right: Linda Saunders, Anne Powell, Sarah Powell, Anne Thompson, Ellen Flowers, johnsie Choate, Kay Gardner, judy Wfright, Bootsie Arnett. Second row, left to right: Billie Green, Nancy Ferguson. Martha Farley, Martha Ann Russell, Mary Vaden, Phyllis Lea, Charlotte Mathereson, Carol Kushner, Sylvia Abrams, Third row, lefz to right: jimmy Neal, Bobby Patterson, Charles Eichhorne, Billy Norman, Maury Matthews, Al Fitch, Donald Raks, Virgil Grow, Bobby Harper. First raw, left lo right: Pat Wrenn, Evelyn Vincent, Elizabeth Oakes, Elizabeth Smith, Ginna Beth Spessard, Barbara Greene, Elizabeth Dennis, Angela Peay. Serolzd raw, left to right: joe Mehaffey, Don Richardson, Bernice Hammork, Virginia Gilley, Jewell Sizer, Betty Bryan, Curtis Pearson, joe Vanner. Third row, left lo riglaf: Dickie Doss, Don Alverson, Binnie Biggs, George Cattrell, Gus Mnurkis, Manios Mickols. ' -: 25 1- N C ...anaLw,c, lalutvqo. Firrx may left ro right: Diane Traylor, Nan Peay, Betty Scism, Patsy Evans, Carolyn Edwards, Cynthia Gatewood, Beverly Gooch, Betty Motley, Betty Wfyatt, Carolyn Owen, Anna Glenn Cox, jo Ann Owen, joan Allen. Second mug lefl to righl: Lois Moore, Sarah Shelton, Buddie Cochran, Peggy Ann Clark, Catherine Carter, Nancy Craig Williartws, Cele Gourley, Mary jane Evans, Martha jordan, Mary jordan, Dale Harris. Vlfendy Vanderwerft, Marion Saunders. 'fbird row, left lo righlr Omie jones, Donald Doss, Allen Xllfells, Pryor Millner, Ralfe Mast, Luther Shephard, jack Barnett, Bailey, Rice Strange, Sandy Pilipowshyj, Curtis Wfells, Carson Wonmack, jerry Bozman, jimmy Farley, Doane Ellenburg. lFir,vt row, lefl lo right: jan Rae Check, Sadie Gossett, Edith Saunders, Louise Davis, Ginger Peavy, Connie Taylor, Shirley Lowery, Mary jane Lucas, Barbara Ann Morgan, Shirley Stokes, Sandra Tiague, Phylis Storey, Carolyn Long. Second row, lejl 10 rigbi: Ronald Rimmer, Douglas Cole, Donnie Robertson, Ferma Stuart, Martha Gammon, Nancy Wentz, Nancy Lynch, julian Owen, Fred Leggett, Charles jordan. Third -row, left to figlwz: Raymond Reid, Junior Turner, Robert Wayne Samuels I, Alfred McClanahan, Frank Walker, W'illiam Gunnell, Leonard Haraway, Ernest Carter, James Laws, Eddie Hurt, Tommy Bowles, Bobby Marks. l251" P a if .' r ef-3-2 ,f - ' ,",,', ' ,- tg.-L, cf 1, - btiy . ,qi 55' .i.,0:,iLfJ VV 'VA 4 I " " j-l,'- "'-T811 Ji ,V fl 4 ' g D ,. -a""fg,,uiz 'f -Y,i,' rrt row, le!! Io rigbl: Martha Earles, judy Moore, Yera Lobl, Alice jo Barker, Nancy Bebeau, Joyce Berman, Barbara Klalf, ne McClung, Gary Moore, Kittie Lea, Connie Hutt, jackie Hawkins. .8'f02ld mug Iefl lo right: jc-an Roland, Kitty Cranford. Doris Douglas. Delores Stone, Peggy McDaniel, jean Grogan, Nancy ' er, Lorraine Ricketts, Carolyn Mays, Elizabeth Riddle, Dorothy Durham, Dorothy Brown, Mary Bertha Wells, Polly Hawker. bird raw, lefl lo rigbl: Calvin Berry, Tommy Webber, Hut Vass, Charles Dameron, Raymond Mann, john Shelton, Tommy gruitt, Lee Quinn, Richard Hellams. Neal Howard, Tommy Lewis, David Cole. Billy Chears, Donald Andrews, Stuart Davis. Firrt row, leff to right: Betty Dix, Shirley Mills, Virginia Walton, Jeanne Hicks, .Io Anne Wfalker, Nancy Chaney, jean Styers, Lois Powell, Peggy Farries, Carol Oliver, Barbara Giles. Anita XVyatt. Second row, left to right: Patricia Miskelly, Norma Strader, Patsy Stegall, Carolyn Scearce. Leigh Ann Cowan, Rachel Hurley, Irene Gibson, Jean Gunnell, june Davis, Barbara Coleman, jean Doss, Ruth Scruggs, Carolyn Poteat. Third row, Iefr lu rigbi: Alton Corpening, Drewery Scearce, Tommy Hughes, Douglas Biggs, jimmy Fleming, Tom Durham, Bobby Wfilliams, Allen XY'yatt, Gaylord Lockett, Carl Smith, Tommy Aheron, Nelson Link, Bobby Crawford, Bill Crawford, Billy Bullock, johnny Moore. ,. ' -127 I- 1 W 1 I 3 , i 1- -. .ZFX X XX XX Y. XYf ggi. ,,. COYYKC C B QNIOT pyC.YX C- R JOIN On I N. X cgvvne, ll t ig x ag S , I N I 5g,n-ov! 0'1" YQ. 'ravine i K 40" Stu-OPS N n mx' Q J' x il 'S N dtlaaiwnha tothabmi OFFICERS Left to right WILLIAM PAYNI2 CHARLIE SMILEY DICKIE DOUGLAS -'I30l' SPONSUORS Firzrt row, left 10 rigbf, MISS OLIVER MRS. BACON MRS. COGHILL Second row, left lo right MR. SUTI-IERLIN MR. GRAU MR. PENDER JUNIORS Allmond, Tamsey Barksdale, Edna Barksdale, Nancy Batton, Barbara Bowles, Ray Bragg, Raymond Braswell, Vanner Brown, Sue Browning, Pete Carr, Rosemary Carter, Danny Chaney, Vivian Cheek, Sonny Collins, Elmer Cordell, Eddie Craig, Maxine Crawford, Joanna Crawley, Danny Davidson, Anne Davis, Nancy Davis, Robert Dean, Joyce Doss, Gloria Douglas, Dickie Evans, Donald Evans, Patsy Fowler, Calvin Garrett, Anne Garrett, Harry Gayle, jimmy 'l31l- 'QL Q. Ni f-1 lil 1 ii i . 4 .D xx Nw ' NU' .WN .Ns Xu. Q5 Xl, it vw I Vx i af 'S ti S l I E K ,i fs wa - ' :aff . . -f .. fi . 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Tri , li whit, 21 ,3 I 5.4 Qi 0 X Sm 1 Q, l DH,l .la my Q Sf :fl 'l32l' .X XJR Gentry, Roland Gilley, jack Gobble, Sylvia Goodman, Lewis Gravely, Jean Hairston, Waller Hancock, Anne Haraway, Douglas Hardy, janey Lea Harper, Rose Hart, james Hatley, Robert Hazelwood, Peggy Hilliard, Gary Hilliard, jackie Hodnett, Margaret Howard, Shirley Huff, Charlotte Hundley, Donald Hylton, Sue. jefferson, Shirlene Jeffries, Dorothy johnson, Williain jones, Dimple Jones, Jeanette King, Stuart Kiuser, Patsy Knick, Carolyn Kruchko, Donnie LaBelle, Phoebe f l A s DL X. i , JUNICRS Lambert, Mary Lou Lovelace, Donald Lynch, Corrine Mcliarling, Carolyn McMann, Barbara McMann, Walter Melvin, james Mills, jonathan Mitchell, Raymond Mooreheld, Peggy Neal, Betty Parker, Eugene Pascucci, Betty jo Patterson, Nathan Patterson, Travis Payne, W'lli Peay, Wil rn Powel arbara , Gloi it K Pu e, No n it la fi? l d l ffplieiadl iam ma Reaves, Barbara Reynolds, Franklin Riddle, Hill Rigney, Elsie Mae Roberts, john Roberts, XVilliam Robinette, Davlid B v 97, Sf4"4 :V -1 , y bmi! 7, B Mia al' .Jr . ihsxkh F . n go I Q 5 W if 'V ,pn 5 -va VJ- , T D 3 -. -. 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D -, 1 J, ,vt ,f'1,L, it 7 '.4,l ,' l tl' I , , V in ."'6lIjll it V , ,Ji " , 2 it .Y f' W 1 - J ,y i, LL M V V ii 'jd' V F I I Vai iv , L , Ji, W .IL - iq, J in f' I, , ,, fb' ' I ,, 'i E' 3 "Fl ,va LL' .i ,V , ,U in " ,LVL-X 1 Hx fo Y 6- , , If V.. ,I i.- ,I W- L ,',,.,. ifwil, -V.-craxdyv 1, .,l -S'-J 1 W , A .ii,' it Inf' A i f' .MA,ff,f1-lip f lv W MMM Stinson, Jeanette QW JUNIORS Rosenberg, Rachel Rowland, Rachel Sahms, Sylvia Seay, Jo Anne Scearce, Betty Lou Scrugg, Barbara Shaw, Milliard Smiley, Charles Smith, Joyce Smith, Terry Soyars, Jimmy Staton, Barbara Tate Nancy Taylor Freddie 4 2171651 y W ?'wf5'f"'lff5fQi7ZW"'f 7! 1 a e llc Dfw ,Ta 'l r fi - 10 and I f ,EJ ownsend, Ronnii an Troxler, Frances Turpin, Virginia Vaden, Eddie Vaughan, Nina Jean Walker, Robert W'ells, Carolyn Whitehurst, Kit Wfilliams, Ronnie Williallison, Joanne Vlfilmoth, Shirlene Weatherford, James if 0'7L4V JUNIORS Wfimmer, Glenda Wrenn, Buddy l Gay senors and senorita really showed us that GWites have the Spanish spirit when the Spanish Club presented their Fiesta, November 12. Here we see a few of the guests enjoying a Mexican hat dance. Prizes were awarded for the outstanding costumes and the main entertainment was a bull fight, complete with hull, torodors and matadors. 4351'- o'CzYr.0, Jlwjana., wiv, wmi nn. D-E-D space! Those drills were really rough but think how smart Pam and Betty will be after they have learned to type. Richard and jerry are really studying hard so their good grades will keep Humpty on the wall. If they fall, so will Humpty. Patsy, Nancy and jimmy seem to be having a little trouble getting triangle ABC congruent to triangle XYZ. "They'll learn" quoths Miss Barker ever- more. Skizomycetes was a mighty big word for such a little one cell animal. At least Stanley and Douglas came to that conclusion. N NN xs N f 4 4 6 4 7 x X A S N 1 71' Kyla? . --Xlgn 4 ops! floyd Xmm: . . , lf!! X 'MVWM Z! P5H.3u'f5-1..' 04" 'J NX W w4M W yt y,-M' I Qt.. W 0 x ppmbwyfmwl - IL Nmiwxqvft mlyww yplxvxg, '4 N , ffm! Mvzhal I' ffffjjwyif fplfd' vw - ,Juff:vZwwfa Q 'WL V' A I- ' . 1- L. APS' kfnlacaflm SENIOR ADVISORY COUNCIL Edwin Wiles, Joyce Bass, Mrs. McCain, Marie Woody, George Rogers, Ronnie Smith make plans for financing Senior activities. To the left, Dorothy Bernard is hard at work showing Christmas cards to Miss Woodson and Barbara McMann. At the right, Mac is pleased with himself as he sells tickets to the Senior play to Bobby. Nancy is waiting her turn. 4138? ,qownecizuwl SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR SPONSERS JOYCE BASS MRS. KUSHNER NELSON BENYUNIES MRS. SPANGLER RONNIIE SMITH MRS- MCCAIN MR. WILSON Aims SOURS 4391'- DAv1s HARRY ABRAMS "Abe" - full of life - mn really Jboiot the breeze, Beta Hi-Yg Glee Clubg Student Council '50 '51 '52 '53g Spanish Clubg Home- room Oflicerg "Messiah". ALFRED EDWARD ACEY He couldrft rtay au-'ay - Cute ar a billion. F Transferred l rom Portsmouth, Virginiapgt Gleex Club. in CD llsf 'Y .ia Pk, '. ' R I wxgil Rx l. LN V 'X-.gin N :EAT lxhlf' px XJ VN. NW 4 Ri. .L X' 5.QilCAlvioQl' JEAQIA ASI-EPWORTH 0 ' l ei fl x 'X lx' X . ' W l I gg Ebel brlk'e'.f42 qberry pfe? ks, x r LgtvinCClxQlggmY-'lipensg Flotilla g .i irst JPrize '. Winner t X -rv . . .. a ybanviile FairL,l52g F. H. A. l X RICHARD LENWIS ASHWORTH A lady killer - A rude! for Indianapolir Jpeedufay. Transferred from Brosville High Schoolg Vice-President 9th grade homeroom. GEORGE EDWARD AYERS, JR. Slrorl - Cale - Good with lbe flnyb bulb. Latin Clubg Photography Clubg D. E. Clubg junior Hi - Yg Vice - President of Model Airplane Club. MARY ANN BANRHEAD Hmzzpdezz-Sydney bomzd - Sinrere. President of Press Clubg Quill and Scrollg Circulation Manager of Cbatlerboxg C. S. P. A. Conventiong Science Forumg International Relations Clubg Co-Business Manager of Cbatferbox, Student Councilg Latin Clubg B. F. B. Sub-Debs. 440+ 0,4 7953 Popular - full of fun and laughter. Quill and Scrollg judiciaryg Student Councilg Honor Societyg Cheerleaderg C0-managing Editor Cbalfer- boxg IRCQ Spanish-Latin Clubsg Vice-President of Senior Classg President of Sub-Debsg Girls Stateg SIPA- CSPA Conventionsg Senior Advisory Council. Ivm' NANCY BAUCOM Min jobrfx rigbl band gal. Flotillag Y-Teensg Glee Clubg Assistant Librariang Literary Contestantg Secretary-T1eas- urer of I-Iomeroom. ELVA BARROW BECKHAM ,LA Mend lo ezeijou Student Councilf J.atiii1Ql:i1bf Cbarlerbox Staff H o n o r Society Gi-rls'Stzife Home coming - K t endant' ,Science F6f6n1---file?-'B 151-B Sub- Nouep ollqer. like ber - 1. Q. ,, L7 De1asg1ljudi9QifyQ .ynaifsf-fiaffif Q' ji versity Woineng Quill and B0NNEi?QLfDF,!i1?1llBBLTON e. Good "iii A ez-'erylbing 57 All Slate. Washingtoniansg J u n i 0 r Rotariansg Hi-Yg Sergeant-ab A r m s Monogram Clubg President Monogram Clubg Baseball '50-534 Football '50- 52g Basketball '51-533 Na- tional Athletic Scholastic Society. NELSON V. BENx'UN13s A friendly favorileg - full of ffm. Beta Hi-Yg President Senior Classg Washingtoniansg Mon- ogram Clubg National Ath- letic Scholastic Societyg Glee Clubg Spanish Clubg CAVA- LIER Staffg Student Councilg Manager Football - Baseball Teams '49, '5Og junior Ro- tarian. DOROTHY Louise BERNARD "Dol" - not a worry in the world - career -ufomazz. Associate Member D. E. Flotillag Y-Teensg Dramatics Clubg Thespian. 'l41l' V JL .J 1 ,I . 'l . BISHOP A-'Pai Tb A 3911 . ' fizl 3 y'vblFe ,1zJ1raII' nr mir - .rbarp ' drefrer. V J irculatiyrn' Manager of '53 CAVMSHSR,-' B. F. B. Sub-Deb -fCli.1bg Thespiansg Dramatics ' Clubg Secretary - Treasurer Honegomg Y-Tec-nsg As- f"'.-'sociate Member of D. E. ff C-lubg Photography Clubg Quill and Scroll. EDWARD MCDOWELL Bisi-lov School Jpirifed - "Got Il ride fo- Bm'beIor'J Hall?" Student Council '47g Co- head cheerleaderg junior Varsity Footballg Captain Military Corps '51 - '52g Dramatics Clubg Monogram Clubg Glee Clubg Spanish Clubg Latin Clubg Boat Clubg Seven Year Clubg Interna- tional Relations Clubg Thespiansg junior Rotariansg Boy's Stateg Beta Hi-Yg "Messiah"g junior Repre- sentative of CAvAI.u3R. PEGGY RUTH BLANKS Very friendly - cole Perxomzlily. American Legion Awardg llyilroninfz Staffg Dramatics Clubg Thespiansg "Stage Door"g Latin Clubg Presi- dent French Clubg Flotillag Student Council Memberg Glee Clubg National Honor Societyg D. E. Clubg junior University Woillen. FRANK ELLSXVORTH BLISS Nice to know - clwnyr ready with rr willy rermzrk. BETTY JEAN Bocas Cheerful mid 14.-'illizzg -worker - good Jlndenl. Future Business Leaders of Americag Y-Teensg Flotillag Driving Clubg Cbaflerbox Staff Typistg Secretary-Treas- urer Homeroomg S. Sub- Deb Clubg National Honor Society. BETTY GWYNNE BRADNE11 "Red" - Good on lbe dance fioor - Jlrzll for 111. Marjoretteg B. F. B. Sub-Deb Clubg Y -Teeng Driver's Educationg Associate Member of D. E. Club. 'l42t 147 be , if ' ' K? 'K ff 0,4 7953-4- GILACE ESTELLE BROOKS Quiet but capable - cofzscierztioux. Latin Club: XV. NV. Glee Clubg Wilrozzifzzz Staffg Presi- dent of Homeroomg XV. XV. Librarian Assistant. CAROLYN ANN BROWDER Addr lo every gathering - eary to gel along zviflf - p6'I'.f0I7t11ify 171115. Student Council Representa- tiveg President of Home-roomg Latin Clubg Dramatics Clubg Thespiansg Sub-Debsg junior University Woiiuen. CHARLIE CROO M BRUNER Shy guy - gator! unlined. D. E. Club. ROBERT YOUNG CAHILL Whiz with lbe mmem - depezzdable. Photography Clubg Dramatics Clubg Science Forumg Boat .Clubg Spanish Clubg Thespiansg President of Homeroom. TRUDY CASTOR "T1'nd y" - 111011 drfmmlif ronverled Yankee. President Flotillag Vice-Presi- dent Inter-Club Councilg Girl's State Delegate Dramatics Clubg Thespia , Cballerbox Staffg Se ary French Clubg Latin .qu Press Clubg Associate d of CAvAL1ER,' Lit - NANNIE MAE RK 011 the Jby Ji e Jbort and Jweel. Student Council Representa- tiveg Vice-President of FBLAg Y-Teens. testantg Library tU, :J 'l43l" I . - ., f' fe.--olzfy . aft-M7 Tl I M X VV! 31142-YN-..2'fA:, CLP 'QGCLVLMJ Q 1, vjy l as . fl 0 . 6' . C.. . .- , r U f -if N.. - 51-.. 535.1 'ef-ffl f ., ,Wg ' - if ..--:,f"fi1,1 QL. f- CATHERINE ELIZABETH COBEAN an .ff f ax--. H. -fu .- N 'J A., W pl N1 1, v , 1 Earnest worlaer - friendly sort of girl. Glee Clubg Library Assistantg French Clubg Y ,- Teensg Flotilllag Treasurer Home- roomg CAVALIER Advertising Staffg Driving Club. MARI.ENE COLE NEWELL Good looking - married - dark hair and eyer. Y-Teensg Spanish Clubg Latin Clubg B. F, B. Sub- Debsg Public Speaking Clubg Dramatics Clubg Glee Clubg Bandg Driving Club. KENNETH Acne COLLINS Alufnyi ready wilb a rheerfnl word. D. E. Clubg Military Corps. MARY HALL COOK "Cookie"' - fuller than cute - misclnieoozu. President, Vice - President, Secretary and Treasurer of Homeroomg Student Council Representativeg Bunny Girl VIIIg Latin Clubg Vice-Presi- dent of B. F. B. Sub-Deb Clubg Business Manager of B. F. B. Sub-Deb Clubg Associate Editor of CAVALlER,' Advertising Staff of CAvAL1ER,' Y-Teensg "Follies" of '5l. GUY RICKER COOTER Topi' in lemzif - friendly at can be. International Relations Clubg Photography Clubg National Athletic Scholastic Societyg Student Council Representa- tiveg Beta Hi-Yg Tennis Squad '52g Bandg Treasurer of Homeroom. JOAN ANGELINE COUSINS llybiz nf lyping - nire lo know- not loo .feriomu Y-Teensg Secretary Home- roomg President Future Business Leaders of Americag J. S. J. Sub-Deb Clubg CAVALIER Staff Typistg Driv- ing Clubg Associate Member of D. E. Clubg Quill and Scroll. 4441- 0,2 1953 PEGGY JEAN CROWDER A friendly Jmile - Floogiefr lil Jir. French Clubg Driving Educa- tiong Glee Club. BARBARA ANN IJAVIS llylllj' - liny - fl girl mlm really gelr ll kirk alll of life. F. H. A. Clubg Flotillag Y-Teensg D. E. Clubg Presi- dent of l-lomeroomg Glec Clubg Open House Councilg Honorary Vice-President of Danville Fair '50g Driving Clubg Y Convention Richmond '52. Rom' EARNEST DAVIS A good guy - reemilzgly rbj. I- . I I ' l W I' .' V ' , i' ' r-4 - IAA 4, ,. BARBARA JEAN DERNNY Eary I0 get alolzgi ivilb - . prelly' bail: Driving Educationg Secretary 5 ' Homeroom, 1 l f, l J , r . . i z. 'i 'JE i : lf 'if ' fi 1,1 1 L rf 1171 f ' I , money. RP 'v Football '51-'52g Baseball Monogram Clubg Arms Monogram I Co-cd Clubg Clee' Clubg Seven Yean'Club. I," was DIANA jo Duiaiis lVnil far .llrldti Dirlflii - orie of llaofre .good ale' -. .2'0lU1fl'j' gall. Y. . Latin' Cluby' !l-lonor' Societyg Managing 'Editor of CAVALIERQ B. F,- B. Sub-Deb Clubg Student Council Repre- sentativeg ,Homecoming At- tendantg Quill and Scroll. 'l45l' 5, fl I Jim. ' JOHN GUERRANT DICKENSON "Long john" - look out for the green Plymouth. President of Boat Clubg Beta Hi-Yg International Relations Clubg Glee Clubg Student Councilg Homeroom Oilicerg Advertising - Manager of Chatterboxf P r e s s Clubg C. S. P. A. Conventiong Latin Clubg Military Corpsg Student Announcer, Lois JEANNETTE DODSON Reserved - capable and friendly. Chatterbox Stall Typistg J. F. Sub-Deb Clubg Associate Member of D. E. Clubg F. B. L. A.g Driving Clubg Art Clubg Y-Teens. LAWRENCE SHELTON Doouzy, JR. friend worth hazfing. M Well rnannered - OBERT VVILLIAMS DUNCAN ze jine guy - haili' from Q Pelham. Baseball '50-'52g junior Vars- ity Footabll '50g Varsity Foot- ball '51g Spanish Club. GLENDA GAIL EDMONDS High .rtepper - a swell gal. President of Homeroomg Y- Teensg Flotillag J. S. J. Sub- Deb Clubg Basketball Manager '51-'52g Band Majoretteg Chatterbox Staff. PATSYE Lousm EDXVARDS. Favorite partime ir talking- no fre near her. D. E. Clubg Driving Educa- tiong Homeroom Officer. 'l46l' ,Jw 0,4 1953 leant ROBERT BOLLING EGGLESTON More than befzllby - cheerful dirpositioiz and willy. Student Councilg judiciaryg Washingtoniansg Associate Managing Editor of Cbfzller- boxy Quill and Scrollg CSPA Conventiong Vice-President of Press Clubg President of International Relations Clubg junior Rotariang Dramatics Clubg Military Corpsg Beta Hi-Yg Boat Clubg National Honor Societyg Science Forumg Vice-President Latin Club. CHARLOTTE NEAL FARTHING Pleamzzl lo 1211138 aroznnl - dependable, Driving Educationg J. S. J. Sub-Deb Clubg Homeroom Officer. VIRGINIA BYER FERGUSON "Ginny" - ,vby smile. Parliamentarian-Library Clubg Glee Clubg Driving Clubg Flotillag Assistant Librariang D. E. Club. ROBERT THOMAS FITZGERALD "Faoin" - A 1-'alfmble fmef fo any Jcbool. Football '47 - '48 - '49 - 'ilg Football Manager '5Og Basket- ball '49-,50-'51g Trackg Sec- retary Monogram C lu b g President Hoineroomg Stu- dent Councilg Vice-President Glee Clubg President of D. E. Clubg "Messiah". JANE GOODSON FLYNN Popular addition I0 any group - like.: lo flame. Basketball '49 - '50 - '51g French Clubg Vice-President of S. Sub-Deb Clubg Y- Teensg Treasurer Flotilla Club. ANNE WAYNE FULLER Full of energy and fill? -A very murb adnzirefl. Cheerleader '49g Vice-Presi- dent of Homeroomg Secre- tary-Treasurer Homeroomg Assistant Treasurer of B.Ii.B. Sub-Deb Clubg Dramatics Clubg Spanish Clubg Latin Clubg Photography Clubg Associateliditorof CAVAI.lER,' Y-Teensg CSPA Convention. 447i 4 if .4 ff PW iff yy A 0 H , lfj-f L , N ! U I fwflxv ,ff . ,. Ai . A " 5 .XV A- if lk ,ref ' , C .,. 1 A V A W .V V .4 l, l ' V A THOMAS BLAcicwu.r P GARRETT Q: Sinrere - .Capable and ' friendly - "Tyc001z". XZ: 7 a 4 QW Advertising Manager of '53 fl jCAVALIER,' Quill and Scrollg Honor Societyg Secretary Beta. Hi-Yg Wfashingtoniansg Boat Clubg International Relations Clubg Latin Clubg Photo- graphy Clubg SIPA Conven- tion 'izg Sergeant Military Corps. GAULDIN PATRICIA HATHAWAY Ji I Har an afmuer for ezfe ' flbiz - full .of bfi bi flrliiarkr. ' I Library kessistan g Qaiatt 'bo Staff ' til hg Dr v Y f Cl E C b Civ Air . iefatrolgiy Aja? V 1 :pimms Lfygisf 1iAv1zLy ' i d I 'Y ae pla 'bard Q L 1 ,fv,!'i Krydigran1 Clubgwf' Footba I' Q' 5 9 jtgior Varsity 110,04 ll ' 9g junior Yarsity Ba all '501XTraQk Team ' A 3g Natioy 'V Athletic olastic Soqie yg Senior dvisory Councilg Treasurer ' of Co-ed Club. MARY LAURIN GRAVELY Friendly twinkle in her eye - good nafnred. J. S. Sub-Debsg Y-Teensg Flotillag Latin Clubg Spanish Clubg Faculty Editor of CAVALIERQ Vice-President of junior Classg National Honor Societyg Delegate to Girl's Stateg President Homeroomg Advertising Staff of CAVALIERQ junior University Womeng Secretary-Treasurer of Latin Clubg D.A.R. award. XVILLIAM LYNWOOD HALL "Wild Bill Hall" - fine lrark player. Delta C Hi-Yg Boat Clubg Track Teamg Military Corps. SYLVIA I-IARRELL Cafe things come in rmall packfzger. Driving Education. 'HSI' ng 1953 ROBERT HAWKINS Anolber Harry Izwzer. VIRGINIA CAROLYN HEFFINGER Dark lmir and fair romplexion - .mrb a .wveel Jmile. Sub-Debsg Driving Club. THORNTON DELNA HENRY "Red Ted" - lIVe11 dI'e.I'yed nl all limef - qflile n Romeo. Cheerleaderg President of l-lomeroomg Military Corps '50-'51g Seven Year Clubg Spanish Clubg Thespians, BEVERLY ANN HILE Laugh for ur, Bezferly - Which out 5be'J misrbiez-'011.r. F. H. A.g Y-Teensg Spanish Clubg Glee Clubg Driving Club. ROY LEE HOLLAND Fart, fIll'i0llI and n flee!-foaled guard. Basketball '50 - '51 - '52 - '55g Co-Captain Basketballg Seven Year Clubg Monogram Clubg Stage Constructiong Military. CAROL ROBERTA Ioasr Lovely red bnir - cheerful mzile. Transferred from Ramsey High School Ramsey, New jersey in 19525 Driving Clubg Library Assistantg Flotillag Basketball. 'l49l- xllllltlwyfjlj -W ,L CASSELL WILLIAN JONES "Po'rky"' - a regular guy. Beta Hi-Y. JEANNE-MARIE JUSTICE Artirtir ability - femme with the light hrowrz hair. Inter-Club Councilg Vice- President of Flotillag Treas- urer French Clubg Photog- raphy Clubg Bandg Forensicsg Dramatics Clubg Art Clubg Thespiansg Student Performer with U, S. Navy Bandg National Honor Society. ZULA Dismnriuos KALEZIS Friendly to ezferyone. F. B. L. A.g Chatterbox Staff. JESSE Erwoon KENT, JR. Campzu Carxafzozfa - flown of the town. Latin Clubg Footballg Trackg Glee Clubg Dramatics Clubg Seven Year Clubg Boat Clubg Military Corpsg "Macbeth"g Homeroom Ollicerg "Every Student". ELSIE Louise KINGERY Alwayf friendly - ready to help. Driving Clubg D. E. Club. HAROLD VVAYNE KNOXY'LES The athletic type - good all around guy. Student Council Representa- tiveg American Legion Awardg Press Club trip to New Yorkg Footballg Trackg Spanish Clubg Monogram Clubg Beta Hi-Yg President of Homeroom. 4501- Eg, 1953 VIRGINIA ANN LANE Heading for limi M. R. S. degree. Y-Teens. GEORGE BALLARD LAVINDER Addrexrz Dairy Korner - The Neyer" bazfe il. Football '49 - '50 -'51-'52g Captain Militaryg Student C o u n c i I Representativeg Monogram Clubg Seven Year Clubg Secretary-Treasurer of Homeroomg International Re- lations Clubg Public Speakin ' S t a g e Constructiong - matics Clubigatffiflub. , . 1. I L,-r' jbdu' LEE Lipid 34 good .flldfgfzl nz z! e1L1!ayr ,,g.1LaiTB .C1nly..f u lee ' crifgf A, i Q fy 7 J Al Forengycs, PU C8klUg QrNer's -du ipng 0 1- ? ERS! .' - 1 ent Af Ench A ff s1PA.,f-f !Qoaf1fentig?fg iionalxl-ldnor I - So retyf ertismg Maman' 1 f of CaAVAL1ER,' ,Junioi Unixersity Wom 7 Quill ! if 1 A 14, f' . -' if ' ,. ," CE' CARQ,1efN,.,4Igo'5ci'E'V, Wafer' fnqfqfeazifffed . I7 'bzzp,pjv"d1.rposi1ion. 115, L,suE-Dfebsg Latin Clubg pafush Clubg D. E. Clubg Basketball '50 - '51 - '52g Y- Teensg Flotilla Inter-Club Councilg Associate Editor of CAVALIER,' Driving Clubg Advertising Staff of CAVALIER,' Library Assistantg National Honor Society. LAWRENCE LANGSTON MANN I-Ie'll be Ibe lar! to ler yow do Ilfll. Military '50 - '51 - '52 - '533 D. E. Club. JEAN CAROLYN MARSHALL Tha! imzorent look -- pleamnl. J. S. J. Sub-Debsg Homeroom Ofticer. -l51l' If :Lb 7 ! - ,H ,I .711-Q ' Lois MAE MARTIN Quiet - Referved - very sincere. Glec Clubg S. Sub-Debsg Y - Teensg "Messiah"g F. B. L. A. REBECCA PRUDENCE MATHES Cupid bay plant for ber - A good D. E. Jluderzl. Driving Educationg Distribu- tive Educationg Y-Teens. Dorus ANNETTE MATNEY Snappy brouvz eyey - "Bill I doifl 1n1der.ffufzd." Dramatics Clubg French Clubg Y-Teensg Cbatlerbox Staffg National Thespians Clubg B. F. B. Sub-Deb Clubg Press Clubg CSPA Conventiong D 1' i vi n g Clubg junior University Wonmeng Photog- raphy Club. BETTY JEAN MCCLANAHAN Poixerrer iz quiet and very pleasing mfzmzer. Driver's Eclucationg G l e e Clubg Flotillag junior Uni- versity Women. GISRALDINE PAGE MCCLENNX' "Gerry" - Alwizyr ready wilb ri helpful hand. Flotilla. SALL1E JEANNETTI3 MCCUNE Dependable - pleayizzg and friendly perroizfzlily, Glee Clubg Associate Mem- ber of D. E. Clubg Flotillag Driving Club. 'l52l' BILL RAY M13RR1cKs The rilent zype - you don? regret knowing him. Art Club. MARX' jo MILALI Long liz-'e Queen fo - ll winning may ufilh everyone. Transferred from Dan River High School, Ringgold, Virginia in '49. B. F. B. Sub - Deb Clubg Science Forumg Student Council Rep- resentativeg Spanish Club, Secretary-Treasurer of Latin Clubg Assistant Circulation Manager of CAVALIERQ Sec- retary-Treasurer of Photog- raphy Clubg Public Speakingg International Relations Clubg Homecoming Queen XV. RORERT EDNXXARD M1TCHELL.3.i"' , ,J ,lf Qmef - tl happy nnlnre --f bnieball player. Beta Hi-Y Clubg Baseball. '52-'53g Monogram Club" lm. National Athletic Scholastid. l-A Societyg Spanish Club. it 'l 'i RICHARD REUBEN Moomi A wil of hir own -- herzpr of fun. Student Council Representa- tiveg Glee Clubg Secretary- Treasurer of Homeroom. BETTY JANE MOOREFIELD Noi loo rerionr - har fl friendly nmnner. Y-Teensg Glee Clubg Secr - tar of Homeroom' Stude ' Y A Councilg D r i v i n g C V, gsx' if Library Assistantg Secr tary? FBLAg Secretary-Treasurer of' Freshman Classg Secretary li Homeroom. ETHEL MAE MOOREFIELD Slrihing brunette - charnz all her own, Flotillag Y-Teensg Driving Club. rl 53 l' L, I. V! UL ,f ,-wif, . -i,4- Jim ' MARY DILLARD MOOREEIELD ' 'Deen-nlwayx "Mil1x"' arofmd. Science Forumg Photography Clubg Sub-Debsg Spanish Clubg Latin Clubg CSPA Conventiong H 0 m e I' 0 0 m Olhcer. - MARY ANN MURPHY Pretly bait' - gay perfonality. Children of Confederacyg Driving Class. JOI-IN VICTOR NELSON "IJ that rife, Alay11e?" - flow bu! Jure. Transferred from LaGrange, Georgia. Football '51-i52g Basketball '51-'52g Baseball '52-'53g Boat Club '51-'533 Treasurer of Monogram Clubg Vice-President of Spanish Club. , JOAN MARIE OWEN Long brown :urls - "Gaming to FairyJtone?" Spanish Clubg Glee Clubg "Messiah"g Lynchburg Con- ventiong Y-Teensg F.H.A.g Dramatics C I u b g Flotillag Driving Clubg Co-ed Club. !"' ' I ,1 Q ,fu ff' J ' AAI" ' ,AJ ' ly JI lg! .' 'LANDON BRIAN OWEN ivifzsiml mailer - quiet and referved. Glee Clubg French Clubg Library Clubg Art Clubg "Messiah"g "Miracle of the Castle". IRENE PARKER Quiet bu! agreeable- Driving Club. 'l54l' up 7953 JEAN CAROLYN PELL Aftizfe and nlfrarli1-'e - alwayr gay. Sub-Debs. THOMAS BRYON PERKINS Ambifiour - Jifzrere and rludiour - "Tommy", National Honor Society "Perf" Lef'J all YVILLIAM - n fend good grader. Clubg French Clubg Contestantg Glee Clubg D r a m at i c s ,Clubf Thespiansg Bandg lfrefssffllubg Cbfzfzei-box Sraffg Eiusickfon- vention fin Bagknfgg 'Mac- betlliffy WSH veying ,. fl,-" W af" vi' l 1f""f 1" ,1 W ul ki,.,w lx af fx. ' ROBERT WAYNE PLOTT A friend uforlb bfzzfifzg. Co-ed Clubg Manager of G. XV. School Store. EVELYN ANNE PRUITT A ring 011 ber finger. F, H. A.g Driving Clubg Y-Teensg Flotilla. 4551- F ' - i 8 4 gy 7 J' 1 H 1 I ' m' lv 1 , ' if J ' 5 . 'i NED CARTER PRUITT "Pee Wfeen - Perronalily pluf. Spanish Clubg Secretary of Homeroomg Military Corpsg Glee Club. RICHARD RAMEY "Delfz" - quiet but I19'Il67' mzfriendly - "HaHa The F0x"'. Sergeant M i l i t a r y Corpsg Latin Clubg National Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Secretary Washingtoniansg Assistant Sports Editor of CAVALIERQ Beta Hi-Y. PATRICIA CAROLYN RAMSEY Liker sporty - ll ufbiz an the brukefbnll rolzrf. J. S. 1. Sub-Debsg Flotillag Y-Teensg S p a n i s h Clubg Latin Clubg Student Council Representativeg Girls Basket- ball Team '49-'53g Secretary- Treasurer Homeroomg Girls Tennis Club '52, DOROTHY JEAN REYNoI.Ds Carefree - fair :md Jgunre. Flotillag Y-Teensg Secretary- Treasurer Homeroomg As- sociate Member of D. E. Clubg Driving Club. NANCY JEAN REYNOLDS Not a worry in fbe world. Dramatics Clubg Thespiansg Spanish Clubg Y-Teensg "Stage Door"g "Follies of '51"g "Macbeth,'g Glee Club. HELEN FRANCES RICHARDSON Pep and more pep - keepr everyone in Ifilcber. Associate editor of the CAVALIERQ Cheerleader '51- '52g B. F. B. Sub - Debsg Dramatics Clubg National Thespiang Y-Teensg Home- room Officer. 4561- PK J " 4. 6- 5 13511 .5 f q-if Af t gf ARLES MORTON RIDDLE III "Mr, Preridelzf' - an are on the lemzir rourl. President Student Councilg judiciaryg Boys Stateg Quill and Scrollg Cbalrerbox Staffg junior Rotariansg Beta Hi-Yg Monogram Clubg National Athletic Scholastic Societyg Captain Tennis Team "Most Valuable Tennis Player" Trophyg Lieutenant Military Corpsg Science Forumg Inter- national R e 1 a t i o n s Clubg Washingtoniansg Debating Teamg N. A. S. C.g S. A. S. C. Convention and State SCA Conventionsg Latin Club. GEORGE LEE RoBINE'rrE Good Looking - look 0111 girlf bere be comer Beta Hi-Y Clubg Latin Clubg B e ta Hi - Y Conventiong Homeroom Oflicer. GEORGE DANIEL ROGERS A buddy lo zu all - lifter I0 draw and doef il well. Glee Clubg French Clubg Beta Hi-Yg Football Mana- gerg Student Councilg Senior Advisory Councilg National Honor Societyg Dramatics Clubg Science Forumg Mono- gram Club. 1 J.ULlAN BEVERLY RUFFIN "Benn - friendly - referved. D. T. I.g Military Corpsg Driving Clubg Glee Clubg Photography Club. KENNETH WAYNE SCEARCE Dark hair and eyes' - liker rporff - good mzmred. Football '50-'51-'52g Track '50-'51-'52-'533 Monogram Clubg Boat Clubg Seven Year Clubg J. V. Football '49g J. V. Baseball '4S. PATRICIA ANNE SCEARCE Her lovely voice is an due! to the Glee Club. F. H. A.g Y-Teensg junior Photography Clubg Glee Clubg "Hansel and Gretel"g "Messiah"g Flotillag Open House Councilg Secretary- Treasurer Glee Club. f'l57l' J ' my E 7111 l XXX SHIRLEY ANN SCEARCE. Sufeef - bar darling rlothel. J. S. J. Sub-Debsg Treasurer of Future Business Leaders of Americag H om e r o o m Officerg National H o n o r Society. JANET ELAINE SHEDLOW Quiet - enry to get along wifb, Secretary of Homeroomg Glee Clubg F. B. L. A.g Driving Club. I 'lm, and collertirfe kkilzda bnrbfnl. panish Club. KW 3 JAMES DXVARD SHELTON 0 RSM LEE SHIELDS VX New bm ui-ez! need. Hi-Y Clubg D. E. Clubg Transferred from Chatham. NINA JAMES SKINNER lllff give me a big, fall red- head - bnilr from good ole N. C. Transferred from Wilson, N. C.g Associate Editor of CAVALIERQ Sub - Debsg C. S. P. A. Conventiong Latin Clubg Spanish Club. ROBERT REGINALD SHUMATE "Flip" - one Ibn!! bard lo bent. Contest Play "Empty Shoe"g Secretary-Treasurer of Home- roomg Vice - President of D. E. Clubg Dramatics Clubg Lieutenant in Military Corps. 4553? J Q 9 ' A A 2 il A MQ' m4 .M el 0. .N YY , 4 , Y V Y V Y Y 1-5 Y A L 2 . Ai 9 1 is px .hx I' XX Q ' QZALSIQ PQANSONI Sfmt? ' "A,".P"P -4 Sbe'lll'be,7Q6ere R Q wb 16? gely bei' A 1 rt tg Latin Clulg Fr nch 1 lu Q ,.leeaClubg rt Editor R3 pf Avarrrixg B. F B. Sub- ,pelig 'Y-Teensjlt Secretary ' Hofi1e?oomg Strider Council. . a , -I GLLRIAQAFAYI3 Sum-1 'll S1141 jar rdbkie - l01'e lr ,I , L1 " fbiij ,r-lnile. Q' ,,?Pre ideltt lui-tlrary Clubg H .gxfllee Clubg Xrldgilal oggfing Clubg sec- retary of meroomg D. E. Clubg Assistant Librarian. RONALD LENOEI.L Slum Plefzrmzl lo bm-'e rII'0lHId - ff Smiih .Synidimtezl .Sec1n'ilie.r. .I President of National Honor Societyg Secretary - Treasurer Senior Classg Secretary-Treas- A urer Beta Hi-Y Clubg Feature Editor '52 Cbfitlerboxj As- be sociate Sports Editor of '52-. '- '53 Cballerboxy Co-Business M a n a g e r of Cbaflerboxg 1 CSPA Conventiong Sports Editor of CAVALIERQ Press Clubg Science Forumg Latin Clubg Boy's State Delegateg Cheerleaderg Golf Teamg Senior Advisory Boardg Boat Clubg junior Rotariang Quill and Scrollg Monogram Club. PHYLLIS MARIIZ SPARKS A Never dull bill nlwayr "Spfn'k.f". Spanish Clubg S. Sub- Debsg Glee Clubg Driving Club. , JEAN DELORES STRADER A quiet voice - 11 goof! friend. F. H. A. Vice-President and Secretaryg Driving Class. JAMES MARSHALL SWANSON, JR. "Sfmfbifze" - Sparkler u plenly. Beta Hi-Y Clubg Glee Clubg A Military Corpsg Spanish Clubg A asap 1 .1 Latin Club. ' . 1 jim, A-f, ,TEN an '? LFE? 'll Ni' MARTHA GIBSON TERRY Editor of Ibe Big Book - Fin! in lbe ffzrbion parade. Editor of CAVALlER,' SIPA Conventiong Student Council Representativeg Press Clubg Latin Clubg French Clubg Treasurer B. F. B. Sub-Debsg Delegate to C.S.P.A.g "Every Student"g Advertising Staff CAVALIER,' Quill and Scroll. FRANCES H. THURMAN Sporting 11 big diamond - ri lillle lazy, but a grenf pal. Glee Clubg Latin Clubg Associate Member of D. E, Clubg Flotillag Y-Teens. JOYCE GARNETT UNDERWOOD Aluwyr brigbr and rbeerful - lopx wilb mzuic. Vice-President Homeroomg F. H. A.g Gle: Club: Y- Teensg Flotillag Open House Councilg Driving Clubg Dramatics Clubg Thespiansg "Messiah"g "Hansel and Gretelu. Rom' WAKEFIELD UPCHURCH Lazy b0l19J' - Top! wilb ezferyone - "Lu1e". Football '50-'51-'52g Vice- President Monogram Clubg Track Teamg G. W. Boat Clubg Spanish Clubg Military Corpsg Student Council Repf resentativeg H o m e r o o m Officer. JOHN SHANNON VICCIELLIO Give lbe girlf n break - fl band in eL'er'ylbing. Eighth Grade Awardg Beta Hi-Yg Sec.-Treas. Student Councilg Sports Editor Cbnf- lerboxg Thespiansg Quill and Scrollg Honor Societyg Inter- national Relations Clubg Cheerleaderg Judiciaryg Mon- ogram Clubg Latin Clubg Dramatics Clubg Press Clubg Boat Clubg Forensicsg CSPAg SIPA. BONNIE JEAN WALKER One ro Jby, but .rweel or pie. French Clubg Latin Clubg Y-Teens. 'l60l' of 7953 GEORGE WILLIAM W1-.RD "Big Red" - foolbfxll mruz - mire guy 10 fEl10!l'. Transferred from Caswell County in '49. Latin Clubg Football '51-'52g Track Team '52g Student Councilg Mono- gram Club. GWENDOLYN SUE WARREN Sbe"J fzzvfirlly nice ro kzmui' - "Gz1'y1l", Spanish Clubg Photography Clubg Glee Clubg Y-Teensg F. H. A.g Advertising Stalf of of CAVALIERQ Secretary LAU "1 ir:LG N111 Editor Club , I g T 'O STUART Im' Eimreifz - Dry :vit rofzzer mzfzzmlly. Managing Editor of Cbailerbowg Quill and Scrollg Honor Societyg International Relations Clubg Beta Hi-Yg Science Forumg Boat Clubg C.S.P.A. Conventioug S.I.- P.A. Conventiong Student Councilg Latin Clubg Art Club. EDWIN LEON WILES Sludiolu - zz Jmile for everyone. Student Council Representav tiveg Vice-Pres. of Latin Clubg Vice-Pres. of Phot - raphy Clubg First Year Lat' Tournamentg Senior Council Advisory Memberg Literary Contestantg National Hon . . Society. -461+ Q A I I I' MTN 1 Y W 1 ,N-NRI 'a sz Jae ' I. iflffyjii fi.. HOSEA ELBERT WILSON, ja. "Hare Nose" - Darla ramplexiozz-.rlborty dre.r.fer. Student Councilg judiciaryg National H o n o r Societyg Monogram Clubg Business Manager of CAVALIERQ Beta Hi-Yg Boat Clubg Interna- tional Relations Clubg Cap. of Military Corpsg Wfashing- toniansg National Athletic Scholastic SocietygrSe I. P. A.g Sec.-Tres. of Junior Clissg Vice-Pres. of Sophomore Classg C. S: P. A.g Conven- tiong .Quill and Scroll. M161-iEAi. DON VUILSON ' QlZitIy Tbnrd to bear. 'P QBoat Clubg Military Corps. .NATHAN HALSTEAD .- " WlLLinnf1soN ' "Lazer to Sing -uflib the Glee Club. Glee Clubg Dramatics Club: A "Messiah"g Thespians. ANDY GREEN Woons Ezferyboafyf blldlfie - 1 A114'!1j'.f .f1lf'dI'll1L'd with frlfli. President Junior Classy Presi- dent Spanish Clubg Vice- President' Washingtoniansg Basketball '51-'52-l53g Base- ball '50-'52-'531 Monogram Clubg National Athletic Scholastic Societyg Boy's State. MARIE AYERS Woom' Emy 011 the eye -- ll friend- sbip we Jbofllcl 1renJm'e. Quill and Scrollg Honor So- cietyg Press Clubg Associate Editor of Cballerboxg Vice- Pres. of Sub-Debsg C. S. P. A. and S.I.P.A, Conventionsg Latin Clubg International Relations Clubg Spanish Clubg Science Forumg Photography Clubg Dramatics Clubg Sen- ior Advisory Boardg "junior Miss." MARJORIE WOOLLEY Sbe'1I be Jzzre to rearb flue top - an all-around girl. Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Press Clubg Editor of Cbnrferboxg Science Forumg French Clubg Photography Clubg Honorable Mention National Quill and Scroll Contestg junior University Wonien. 4ufv.674,a. 6f'6'bf""'! rv' T" U0 -' V ' I -V'. v I fm N if SS r aa,r,a..af .Me few . IM' 'f ff fm' Ps played J fe.--g,5:f'fg5r W- V- we ff-ff'-' 'Af X' , e . vw' ,, A X, I vu I ,7 y. f, ' L, ' : rf' .. b - - I ' I V i , , i Qi, - f A 1 JOHNSIE EDWARDS WYNN Red in the bead - A wit tba! jlzxt wov1'f quit. ii - ,. Latin Club, Secretary of ,- Homeroomg Y-Teensg Presi- dent of B, F. B. Sub-Deb L' -Q .,,i,f l0.c,lUmoL1lLAow.c, ' SifIi1zg.' Thornton I-Ienry, Elwood Kent, Robert Shumate, George Lavinder, Ronnie Belton, Robert Fitzgerald. Slmzdifzgs Mac Bishop, Wayne Scearce, Charles Denny, Mickey Crawford, Richard Ashworth, Bill Fuller. -'l63l-' BIGGEST xg! ' I cf, . ,ff ,MOST smcskt fav. f5z2:.e1i.u.. A gagdafw. 4! faq.-. .40-em1'2gt, b . gf171k 7,abtcz.Z.. f- N , ,arf ' . 5' '11 ' 1' fi-: EfG-YFEQ77 s345'55 5W'f i 47 F'RlEND!. 1557 M057 Qi' iv fly ,X MOST MISCHIEVOUS . MOST LIKFLY T0 SUCCEED Jluz,uwLwaA.1n. Melvin, Bill and Carol are looking through college catalogues hoping to find just the right school. Miss Sours seems really Pleased with Nina's average as they try to select a course for her to continue in college. At Last! This is the end of the six long years. janet, Louise, Charles and other Seniors are hoping for the best on their exams, you can bet. -'should Auld Acciuaint- ance Be Forgot" will be echoing through the halls soon. Here Carolyn and Mary are getting their robes from Richard, who issues them gladly, Z X X X 1 1, X, ,A ? 1 1 X 1 f , J. W , . W 'f -f V, X y, 1 fffff 7 Q. f -toY139L'J: QQ' ' ' GOO' 2 jj 4.453 Jn qovpfuz ua, wr, First row: Mac McMann, John Perkins, Bill Stephens, Steve Turner, Eddie Vaden. Seroud row: Davis Abrams, Joyce Bass, Bob Eggleston, Nannie Mae Clark, Peggy Ruth Blanks, Nancy Pretty, Carol Garrett, Carolyn Fentress, Pat Browder, Ivfargaret Douglas, Gloria Nix, Jeannette Jones, Ivlartha Haymes, Romona Presnell, Anne McClung, Nancy Ferguson, Martha Farley, Anne Garrett, Hosea Wilson, Sandm Thomas. Third raw: Maury Matthews, Roland Richburg, Bobby Marks, Richard Moore, Hill Riddle, XVilliam Payne, Fred Leggett, jack Barnett, Pryor Millner, jimmy Ingram, Ralph Mast, Ronnie Smith, Calvin Fowler. fha, Kamal The Student Council of George Wasliiiigton High School, composed of the judiciary and homeroom representatives, gives the students an opportunity to share in the administration of the educational program of the school, The Student Council operates freely in the sphere of power with which it has been THOMAS HOUSER CHARLES RIDDLE Slbozzxor Preridenl 'l7Ul' ...tvjudqaua endowed, and, in other areas, it transmits the wishes of the students to the Administration. It also conducts various drives C Red Cross, March of Dimesj, campaigns fschool improve- ment, clean-upj, and electionsg it establishes and administers services and activities for the students, and it represents the school at all meetings of the Student Council organizations. JANEY LEA HARDY PETE BROWNING Vice-Preridefzt S evretrzry-Tref1.r1n'er C I One of the most important parts of the student government of George Washington High School is the judiciary. This governing body aids in promoting school drives and many other projects. One of its major duties is the trying of cases in the school which involve breeches of honor and any other dishonest practices. After reaching a verdict on such cases the body suggests a suitable puinshment to be acted upon by the office and faculty members. This organization usually consists of thirteen members and one faculty advisor. Besides the president, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer of the student council, who hold the same ofhces in this organization, there are four Seniors, four juniors, and two Sophomores. To be eligible for the Judiciary the students must have a scholastic average of eighty or above and must never have been called before this group for any reason. Firrt row, left to right: Hosea Wilson, Sandra Thomas, Pete Browning, Charlie Riddle, Janey Lea Hardy, Joyce Bass, Hill Riddle. Second row, lefl lo right: Ann McClung, Elva Beckham, Bob Eggleston, Ann Garrett, Mac McMann, Gary Moore. 'l71l' jim. 9'IatrbnaL2lona1.,Soicia,tq.rlwAr,flm4.o.n Fi:-.rt row: Suzanne Prillaman, Mary Gravely, Peggy Ruth Blanks, Marjorie XX'oolley, Marie Woody, Betty Boggs, janey Lea Hardy, Shirley Scearce, Betty Lou Scearce. Semzzd row: janet Long, Carolyn Lowe, Rachel Rosenburg, Anne Garrett, Sue Brown, Sandra Thomas, Jeanne Justice, Patsy Kinser. Third rouf: Mrs. Walton, johnny Viccellio, Mac McMann, George Rogers, Edwin Wiles, Bob Eggleston. Tom Garrett, Ronnie Smith, Hosea NX'ilson, Chase NX'heatley, Richard Ramey, Tommy Perkins, Diana Dibble, Eddie Vaden. Jlwawlw mmfm,,z0uwLf1m9.a.5 r Firrz raw, left lo right: johnny Viccellio, Bob Eggleston, Chase Wliezitley. Sem11d1'rm', lvfi to rigloi: Marie Wtiody, Ann Bankhead, Joyce Bass, Sandra Thomas, janey Lea Hardy, Ann Garrett, Elva Beckham, Mary Jo lvfilam, Patsy Kinser. Third row, lefl lo right' Miss Sutton, Mac McMann, Tom Garrett, Charles Riddle, Guy Cooter, Mac Bishop, Travis Patterson, john Dickerson, Wfilliam Payne, jimmy Hart, Hill Riddle, Hosea Wilson. -l72l' l!hLmade.Qu1ZLan.cL5cJLolLaJ1.aLZelL Members of GXVS Quill and Scroll chapter are selected from the staffs of its two publications, The Cbnilerbox and The CAVALIER. They are boys and girls who have shown a spirit of cooperation, willingness to take responsibility in getting out the newspaper and year book, and have main- tained a good scholastic average. Each year the new mem- bers are chosen by Mrs. Nora Payne Hill and Miss Jose- phine Estes, publications sponsors, and their membership is approved by the international secretary. JOYCE, CHARLES, AND IWARGIE read the letters which tells them they are National Quill and Scroll Winners. Fiazrz rouu' Bob Eggleston, johnny Viccellio, Hosea Wilson, Ronnie Smith, Second wuz' Diana Dibble, Betsy Bishop, Carolyn Wells, Joan Cousins, Joyce Bass, Barbara McMann, Bunny Terry, Anne Bankhead. Third raw: Chase Wheatley, Sandra Thomas, Charlie Riddle, Marie Woody, Richard Ramey, Patsy Kinser, Marjorie Vfoolley, Tom Garrett, janet Long, Rachel Rosenburg. l 4731- Uoun, Aduwl. wma, -'UI' Che Cfawzlier Staff First row: Miss Estes, Bunny Terry, Anne Wayne Fuller, Frances Richardson, Mary Gravely, Carolyn Lowe, Second faux' Betsy Bishop, Cookie Cook, Mary Jo Milam, Richard Ramey, Hosea Wilson, joan Cousins, Diana Dibble. Third row: Ronnie Smith, Nelson Benyunes, Tom Garrett, Hill Riddle, Mac Bishop, janet Long. The animal CAVALIER assembly was pre- sented in the fall to acquaint all students with our year book and to begin a wide' spread subscription campaign. janet and Tom really showed us that they knew how to deal with the Danville merchants because with the help of their teams their ads went over the top. Also to help finance the annual we conducted the Mr. and Miss G. W. contest and sponsored the Faculty-Monogram basketball game. It has been hard work and fun trying to publish an out-standing year book that we hope will recall all your high school memories after graduation day. JANET and Timm' persuade Ci-mares HAYNESWORTH that it pays to advertise in CAVALIER. 'l74l- BUNNY TERRY Efflfor-111-rbzef JOSLPHINII ESTES Sponsor JANET Lows Tom GARRETT DIANA DIBBLE Hosm WILSON BETSY BISHOP Co-Ad1fe1'ti.fil1g Mmmgef' Ca-Ad1'e1'lifing Manager Mmmging Edilur Bu.vine.rJ' Mmmgev' Cifflllrlfillll Arlrlllclglfl' Fillff 1'0ll'.' Carolyn Lowe, Mary Gruvely, Trudy Castor, Janrt Long. Second row: Cookie Cook, Ann Smith. Frances Richardson, Anne Vlfayne Fuller, Kit Wlriteluurst. Third faux' joan Cousins, Mary jo Milam. Nina Skinner, Betsy Bishop, Diana Dibble. Fourtlcf row: Hill Riddle. Richard Ramey, Ronnie Smith, Nelson Benyunes, Hosea Wilson, Tom Garrett, Mac Bishop. 'l75l' vf W' VV . Jim 6' T011 raw: Margie Woolley, editor-in-rbief, Mrs. Nora Payne Hill, Ac2'z'i.fer, Chase Wheatley, mnzzaging edilor. Serond row: johnny Vizcellio, Jpvrt.r',r editor, Joyce Bass, axwriufe fmzzmging edilar, Ronnie Smith, ro-bzuiuerr mmznger, Ann Bankhead, ro-bn.r11le.vf lfumzger, Miss Coppedge, buJ111e.i1r frdlfiyor. Firxl foul: Wheatley, Woody, Watson, Woolley, Bankhead, Bass, Vicccllio, Eggleston. Secorzd row: Beckham, McMann, Kinser, Crawford, Wells, Matney, Edwards, Lea, Moore. Tbim' row: Riddle, Thomas, Rea, Payne, Pleasants, Smith, McClung, Clark. Castor, Neal, Pascucci, Boggs, Kalezis. The efforts of these poor souls brought us this year's CbaUe1'b0.x'e.f. Often it was rough going but Mrs. Hill was always there to keep things straight and pull them through. . Since its beginning in 1922, The Clmllerbolx has become one of the most distingushed high school newspapers in the country. Under the guidance of Mrs. Hill it has maintained the highest journalistic standards and has received many awards in addition to producing several fine journalists. Knowing, what it had to live up to, this years stall' worked very hard to remain on top. 476i- Jim, dufiu, nf, ffm, UA, wma, by. Upuz, Jlouzm, fnuncil, Firxl l'llIl'.' Joyce Underwood, Pat Scenrce, Wfendy Vanderwerff, Ellen Flowers, Buddie Cochran, Jimmy Ingram. Semud rmv: johnny Viccellio, Anne Thompson, James Hart, XVillinm Payne, Bobby Patterson. and. tluz, Bvlpfaiwl. Hbzlafg Kamal Firrz row: Trudy Castor, Sue Brown, Miss Felton, Carolyn Firrt row: Carson Wonuack, Dr. Simpson. Mr. Lowe, Buddie Cochffm- Hyler, Mac McMann. Serozzd row: Jeanne justice, Kay Gardner, Patsy V'renn, Second ron-,' Hill Riddle, Fred Leggett, Nelson Ester Alfflendi C216 G0UfleY- Benyunes, Hosea Wilson. Third raw: Peggy Clark, Ann Harris, Johnsie Choate. -l77l' aa-'24 ' imwwmdwmm Fi:-.ft ron-, lefl to riglal: Al Bailey, jimmy Ingram, Fred Leggett, Bobby Patterson, Sam Patterson. Sewnd row, lefl lo riglm. Mac McMann, Travis Patterson, Wfilliam Rea, Danny Crawley, W'illi:1m Payne. Third row, left In rigbfs johnny Viccellio, Ronnie Smith, Tom Garrett. Nelson Benyunes. Bda. Firrr row, left to rigbls john Roberts. Tom Garrett, Hosea Wilson, Ronnie Smith, john Dickenson, jimmy Swanson, Nelson Benyunes. ' Seroud row, Iefl fo right: johnny Viccellio. Bob Eggleston, Charlie Riddle, Richard Ramey, Davis Abrams, George Robinette, Pete Browning. -'l73I' Malta, Fix-,rr faux' Donnie Krurliko, Eddie Vildfn. Harry Garrett, Xwaller Hairston, Hill Riddle, XVilliam Payne. Mac McMann, james Hart. Terry Smith. Semrld raun' David Robinette, Billy Hall, Donald Hunclly, Dickie Douglas, Travis Patterson, Danny Crawley. Bill Roberts, Ronnie Xlifilliams, Wfilliam Rea, Lewis Goodman. 3QfH-Hui Fin-.rl row: Harvey Giles, Carson Vfomack. Serond wuz' Billy Chears, Al Bailey, Neal Howard, Bobby Patterson. Third rouz' jimmy Ingram, Pryor Millner, Sam Patterson, Rice Strange, Fred Leggett, Terry W'ilmouth, jimmy Farley. el79l' Uzwmmpfwudbbmnmnwmmnf. Firff rouz' Carolyn Lowe, Betty Boggs, Dot Bernard, Jane Flynn, Joyce Underwood, Pat Scearce, Jerry McClenny, Catherine Cobean, Joan Owen. Second row: Mary Gravely, Trudy Castor, Jeanne Justice, Carol Iobst, Betty Neal, Carolyn McF:1rling, Frances Troxler, Betty jo Pascucci. Tbird raw: Phoebe Labelle, Carolyn Knick, Dorothy Jefferies, Sue Brown, Rachel Rosenburg Corrine Lynch, Ethel Moorelield, Frances Thurman, Barbara Batton, Irene Cook. Jluz, jlohlla, Firxl row, left to rigbl: Betty Boggs, Trudy Castor, Jean justice. Second row, lefl lo riglft: jane Flynn, Carolyn Lowe. 'ISUP and Jim, '11,-teena, Firxt rout, left to right: Peggy Clark, Evelyn Vincent, Patsy Wr'enn, Ramona Presnell. johnsie Choate, Martha Haymes, Esther Alfriend, Mary Vaclen, Tony Sorgee, Ellen Flowers. Second row, left to right: Barbara Welch, Kay Gardner, Bunny Booker, Peggy Phillips, Cornelia McDowell, Carole Kushner, Sylvia Abrams, Charlotte Matthewson, Sarah Easley, Anne Thompson, Ann Powell. Third row, left to right: Ann McClung, Betty Carter, Nancy Ferguson, Phyllis Lea, Buddie Cochran. Martha Farley, Martha Ann Russell, Cele Gourley, jackie Mills, Pat Miskelly, Catherine Carter, Alice jo Barker. Dale Harris. N Fif-.rt row, left ta right: Lee Myers, Gayle Green, Nancy Snead, Anne Mayberry, Judith Rosenburg, Nancy Bennett, Susie Clements. Second row, left to right: Sue Staton, Anne Brumneld, Page Motley, Nancy Newell, Bunny Farmer, Madge Scearce, Nancy Neal, Alice Garrett, Carol Ferrell. Third row, left to right: Dorothy Asbury, Margaret Wlieatley, Leah Elliot, Carolyn Grinstead, Anne Walker, Ellen Patterson, Mary Hunter Croxton, Carole Garrett, Anne Harris. Fourth row, left to right: Margaret Sue Crenshaw, Carolyn Fentriss, Sally Spangler, Nancy Pretty. Sylvia Brown, Margaret Hurcl, Carolyn Hitchcock, Linda Lea, Mary Ellen Irwin, Marion Hager, Paula Cochran, Anne Morton, Sally Thomas. -l81l' .. - agmummu44zumaML,M,mj0WLummQdmqMg Jfwxwwbgw 4823, F Jim ' l Firrl raw, left la right: Jimmy Melvin, Carolyn Hefhnger, Neal Howard, Donald Lovelace, Jimmy Swanson, Ned Pruitt, Cookie Cook, Andy Woods, Waller Hairston, Richard Moore, Donnie Kruchko, Bobby Cahill. Second row, left la figkl: Calvin Fowler, Joanne Seay, Nina Skinner, Marlene Cole, Joyce'Bass, Marie W'oody, Mary Jo Milam, Anne Wfayne Fuller, Carolyn Lowe, Mary Grave-ly, Pete Browning, Wfilliam Rea, Donald Andrews. Third row, left ia right: Janey Lea Hardy, Miss Richardson, Ann Davidson, Nancy Wentz, Joan Marie Owen, Gwendolyn Vfarren, Phylis Sparks, Rose Harper, Kitty Cranford, Corrine Lynch, Eddie Vaden. Bark 1'r1u'.' Nancy Perkinson, Norma Putze, Jeannette Stinson, Joyce Smith, Delores Ayres, Nancy Reynolds, Jackie Hillard, Sonny Kingoff, Alayne Watson, Vic Nelson, Wayne Knowles, Eddie Cordell, Ronnie XVilliams, Terry Smith, Bobby Hatley. Ted Henry, Richard Bennett, Red Goodman, Bob Duncan, Bob Mitchell. Fifzfl row, left lo righl: Janet Long, Norma Putze. Anne P, Smith, Doris Matney, Bunny Terry, Sandra Thomas, Peggy Ruth Blanks, Marjorie Woolley, Catherine Cobean. Second mu-, lefl lo rigbr: Shirley Howard, Betty Neal, Kit NX'hitehurst, Patsy Kinser, Joanna Crawforcl, Rachel Rosenburg, Anne Garrett, Sue Brown, Trudy' Castor, Carolyn Wells. Third row, lefl la right: Mrs. Kushner, Barbara McMann, Annette Nutt, Suzanne Prillaman, Bobby Pleasant, Travis Patterson, George Rogers, Landon Owen, Jeanne Justice, John Shelton. Hill Riddle, William Payne. 4931- - .4 'xr x ,Ri l l N 4 'x 1. I ll X Q 4 X NN' N M. l 36 V N S, GM' .X ' 5 i X , E ,I 3 ., X-. ,ii x Q1 55' N ! I -l -it WX X N . i 'x A.. tw om yn gm wat fha. mf, l -.,N xx - Left lo right, ff-.rf wuz' jo Xwalker. Pat Scearce, jean Styers, Nancy Lynch, Pat Miskelly, Connie Huff. Marjorie Newman, Sally Thomas, Margaret Hodnett, Jane Gammon. Semud rouu' Nancy Chaney, Evelyn Vincent, Kay Gardner, Bunny Booker, Pat NX'renn, Suzanne Prillaman, Catherine Cobean, Lois Martin, Gloria Smith, Shirlene Wiliiloutli, Loretta Lawhorne, Sadie Gossett. Third wuz' Ramona I-Iudgins, Elizabeth Smith, Dixie Blanks, joan Owen, Mary Emma Hudgins, Beverly Hile, ,lean McClanal-ian, Peggy Farries, Nancy Wentz, Billy Wrenn. fa Q M Nia ,s" ,g- -na ' ww 5 5? ,ibm xi' 'N 5 Qi? so Four-lb row: John Roberts, Sylvia Rogers, Ieannette McCune, Peggy Blanks, Martlna Gammon, Irene Gibson, Dorothy Durham, Donnie Cole, Edward Aron, Bobby Pleasant. Fifth row: jimmy Swanson,'George Rogers, Nathan Isenhour. Richard Ramey, Leon Lewis, Nathan XVilliamson, Alfred Acey, Charlie Denny, jimmy Melvin, Edward Brincefield, Jesse Mundy. Sixth mm: Curtis Vfells, Sonny Cheek, Buddy Wrenn, Landon Owen, Douglas Chenault, john Dickenson, Diclcy Moore, Davis Abrams, Nelson Benyunes, Beverly RUHIH. 0uJz,5.enin'z,nuzm.6nlm,Aanq.b1,rlwaclz. 'I l Under the able direction of Miss Elizabeth Oliver, the George Washington Glee Club has had one of the most successful seasons of its . career. Not only has our glee club had the largest enrollment in a number of years but also presented a larger number of programs of different varieties. Among them were the annual presentation of Handel's Messiah, the World Day of Prayer Services, District Contest assemble programs. The activity of the glee club is not limited only to the physical school year but continues during the summer for those who attend the music festivals held annually in leading cities of the state. There is also the opportunity to attend the music camp at Massanetta Springs, Harrison- burg, Virginia. Miss ELIZABETH OLIVER Husain' E. VURENN SIIUIIIOI' President NELSON BENYUNES PAT SCEABCE Vice-Pmridezzl SFCI'L"fl11'j'-TI'?iI,fIl1'f?l' wlulo. tim. Quuwu, w.QnL rzcvwlmq, Firri row: Meredith XVilson, Mae Harrison, Sue Leggett, Rosalind Abercrombie, Carolyn Hitchcock, Sarah Pattisal, George Fairer, Ronnie Mays. Second row: Punky Compson, Annette Ellirt, Nancy Bennett, Linda Lee, Gayle Green, Carol johnson, Ellen Cole, Joyce Underwood, Nathan Eisenhour. Third raw: Mary Ellen Irwin, Mary Jane Martin, Donald Clark, Ronnie Byrant, Jesse Mundy, johnny Viccellio, Patsy Moore, DuPfard Hardy, Bob Martin. 'l87l' Jima ' fwtwm gap- Jfwgwmao ' Smudiug: Bob Eggleston, Hosea Wilson, Charlie Riddle, George Rogers, Ronnie Smith, Nelson Benyunes, Mae Bishop, Ronnie Belton. Sewfed: Mr. Christopher. jim!!! ' Tom Garrett, Hosea Wilson, Bob Eggleston, Richard Ramey, Mr. J. T. Christopher, Andy Woods, Ronnie Belton, Nelson Benyunes, Charlie Riddle. 4 W, 'l88l' --aniilmn ' 4DdA,6.ecam:z, 'Zlniv1zJuuZq.6rfnmcn, Mary Gravely, Carolyn Browder, Jean McClanahan. Janet Long, Doris Mntney, Peggy Ruth Blanks, Marjorie XVoolley, Elva Beckham and Miss XVoodson, seated. whilzfhmb ' f,o.z.LjwwLuw3.6z41.a. Narmie Mae Clark, janet Shedlow, Zula Kalezis, Betty june Moorefield, joan Cousins, Betty Boggs, Shirley Scenrce, Lois Dodson. Sc-ated: Mrs. Black, Mrs. Coghill. l 'l39l" Firri row: Dorothy Bernard, Louise Kingery, Virginia Fergurson, Gloria Smith, Betsy Bishop, Patsy Edwards, Jeannette McCune, Nancy Barksdale. - Second rozv: Lois Dodson, Joan Cousins, Carolyn Lowe, Barbara Davis, Dorothy Reynolds, Rebecca Mathews. Third mu-'.' Mr. O'Neil, Bobby Shumate, Kenneth Collins, Richard White, Bobby Fitzgerald, Robert Shields, Jack Gilley, Eddie Ayres, Roland Gentry. and nflwm. lw ' Fran! row, Iefl lo rigbr: Joanne Walker, Jean Styers, Peggy Farries, Sarah Shelton, Elizabeth Oakes, Sue Terrell. Bark mug left to rigbr: Mrs. McCain, Nancy Chaney, Mable Farries, Delores Flood, Jennie Lee Doss, Ramona Presnell, Mrs. Moseley. 'l90l- Cchemettofalleabnut ' -- Firrl faux' Ann McClung, Barbara Klaff, Mary D. Moorefield, Marie Woody, Mary jo Milam, Ann Bankhead, Rachel Rosenberg, Kitty Lea. ' Second row: Suzanne Prilluman, Patsy Kinser, Anne Garrett, Marjorie Wooley, Elva Beckham, Vera Lobl, Gary Moore. Third row: Chase Xxfheatley, Bob Eggleston, Bill Roberts, Bob Cahill, Mr. Thommasson, Hill Riddle, Charlie Riddle, Ronnie Smith, Eddie Vaden. whila,wn,m.eLfo1mfu4.photo Left fo figlai, klI68lf!Ig.' Marie Wfoody, Mary Jo Milam. Standing: Frank Vfalker, Peggy Farries, jimmy Farley, Marjorie Wfoolley, Babby Hatley, Edwin Wiles, Mr. Thomas- son, Eddie Ayres, Anne Wayne Fuller, Bob Cahill, Nancy Chaney, john Bonner. 4911- ,7lmfvpa,b1, ' wma, Jim, jlmapflzna, Fi:-.rl wuz' Doris Matney, Betsy Bishop, Frannie Richardson, Carole Kushner, Peggy Ruth Blanks, Trudy Castor. Second row: Martha Jordan, Mary Jordan, Mary Jane Evans, Sylvia Abrahams, Charlotte Huff, Dorothy Bernard, Carolyn Browder, Nancy Williaxris, Anna Glen Cox. Third r0u'.' Bobby Pleasants, Bobby Cahill, Nathan XVilliamson, Buddy Wrenn, Mac Bishop, Lfiss Fitzgerald, Johnny Viccellio. Ind, DIUL whole, club Firm? row, left to rigbf: Charlotte Huff, Pat Miskelly, Carolyn Browder, Barbara Batton, Betsy Bishop, Doris Matney, Trudy Castor, Peggy Ruth Blanks, Jeanne Justice, Joyce Underwood. Serond row, left to right: Mary Dillard Moorefield, Dot Bernard, Vanner Braswell, Lois Moore, Dorothy Jeffries, Elizabeth Oakes, Wendy Vanderwerff, Carole Kushner, Martha Jordan, Mary Jordan. Third row left, to rigbi: Nancy Craig Williams, Bob Cahill, Buddy Wrenn, Nathan Williamson, William Payne, Mac Bishop, Travis Patterson, Johnny Viccellio, John Dickenson, Bob Eggleston, Marie Woody, Bobby Pleasant, Hosea Wilson, George Rogers. -'l92l' we Hosrm XVILSON Cfzplniu SANDRA THOMAS Spomor Since first organized in 1942, the Cadet Corps of G. XV. has been active in training its members in discipline, drill perfection, and the manual of arms. The first and all important purpose of the organization is to familiarize its members with the basic training they will receive if they are called upon to enter the armed forces. Under the supervision of Commandant I.. G. Wfilson, the corps continues to be an outstanding unit. Captain Hosea XVilson with Lieutenants Charles Riddle and Bob Shumate are the leaders of this years two platoons or one rifle company. The corps is a compact unit of serious-minded students who will stand militarily prepared if the occassion demands. Many of the boys who served in the Armed Forces during the Second World War, found their experiences in the George Wfasllington Military Corps very useful and helpful. 'l93l' Jnntball. wmzll.-nnda, wma, An to Juzmrzmbm, These boys aren't playing around. Ther're preparing for the big bonhre which begins Homecoming week- end. George is ready to roll as the parade begins. Anne Wayne, Bunny, Joyce, Franny and Alayne seem sure of a victory tonight. Open House at the Y. VV. C. A. concluded each home game. We sat around chatting and cheer- ing over the games. We did dance once in a while. T h 0 s e chartered bus trips! ! Here you can see everyone ready for the long ride to Richmond as they leave cheerfully to cheer the team to victory. ff' 'uTQ y xxx ,Xi - Y . A 'x - 1 A k I, f B Lg: ' J tl: f ' I W r -. X fl' x M f 6 x X ABS' Uwe qawLuA,m.Qm6.efzAhzQb,b4, Lcfl 'zo rigbr: Guy Cooter, William Payne, Charlie Riddle, Nelson Benyunes, Andy Woods, Bill Roberts, Charlie Smiley, james Gravely, Ronnie Belton, jack Barnett, Bob Mitchell, Dickie Douglas, Hosea Wilson, L. G. Wilson, sponsor. jhe. Svulvzfy. The National Athletic Scholastic Society for Secondary Schools was organized at George Wfashington in May, 1946, by Coach jerry Quirk and Mr. Christopher. Appointed in 1947, Mr. L. G. Wilson has served as faculty advisor since then. An honorary organization, it is composed of boys who must have earned a monogram in athletics, maintained an average equal to or higher than the general average of the school for three consecutive semesters, and must have shown the highest type of citizenship and sportsmanship. To be inducted into the group, the boys must be "tapped" in a special assembly each spring. The aims of the society are: to foster high scholarship among athletes, to elevate the ideals of sportsmanship, to stimulate a desire for bal- anced training, and to develop more and bet- ter leaders in high schools of the United States. -l96l' Uwz, athletic, ilify. 11.6, marnbrzfm, nf, Fin! fozu, left In righl: Charlie Denny, Vic Nelson, Ronnie Belton, Roy Upchurch. Second I'0u', lefl lo figbli Wfilliam Payne. Wayime Scearce, Mac Bishop, Vfayne Knowles, jimmy Melvin, George Lav- inder, Andy Wfoods, Hosea XVilson, Red Goodman, johnny Viccellio, Bill Roberts. Third row, lefi 10 right: Calvin Fowler, Coach El Wilson, Richard Wfhite, Coach joe Gurtis, Jack Barnett, James Gravely, Bob Newell, Nelson Benyunes, Dickie Douglas, Charlie Smiley, Bill Fuller, Bob Mitchell, Sam Wforley, Charlie Riddle. lm, 'Wlonnqfzann Klub The Monogram Club is an honorary society made up of students who haue earned a monogram by participating in one of the major sports, by serving two years as a cheerleader, or by serving two years as a manager. New members who are invited to join must be voted in by the clubs old members and then be initiated. The purpose of the club is to promote good sportsmanship and friendly competition in athletics, to uphold the rules of the school, and to increase interest in sports among students. Among the clubs activities are the annual bontire and Homecoming Dance, selecting cheerleaders each year and electing the home- coming queen and her attendants. OFFICERS OF MONOGRAM CLUB RONNIE BELTON ................. President ROY UPCHURCH ..... . . . -Vice-Pnafidemf ROBERT FITZGERALD. . . , ........ .Secremry CHARLES DENNY .... .... S ergeemz ar Af-mr 497i- mm, w 5 W , Q E 3 as i 5 5 S2 E 5 5 5 2 S ' S H S 5 a Q 3 3 3 55 53 ,Q f is S E is :Z Q 5 5 W 2 Q S 5 2 Q 2 3 2 5 3 2 2 E E 2 X 5 E r Q 5 E 5 A 2 2 5 Ang, Jhaq, p.u.L ua, on. F1111 rom' R. Wfhite, R. Upchurch, W. Scearce, J. Gravely, V. Nelson, C. Smiley, C. Denny, R. Belton, C. Fowler, B Newell, J. Thomas, W. Knowles, 1. Melving Second raw. D. Carter, J. Keeling, J. Taylor, P. Millner, B. Roberts, Playing before a large home crowd, the Cardinals opened their 1952 football season with a 14-0 victory over Andrew Lewis High of Salem. Ronnie Belton and jack Thomas tallied for GW with Jack Barnett adding the extra points. The Cardinals with one victory under their belts, journeyed to Roanoke for a game with Williani Fleming High. It was here that GW suffered its first defeat by a score of 19-O, However much is to be said about the running of Charlie Denny and fine line play by G. W. Ward. Returning home, the Cardinals met Covington High at League Park and romped over them 20-0. Ronnie Belton scored all three tallies for GW with jack Barnett adding two extra points. GXV lengthened its winning streak to three games by defeating Durham County High School in a mud battle on the home field. The score was 13-0. Belton and Denny scored for GW while james Gravely led the line play for the Redbirds. The Cardinals then traveled to Lynchburg for a game with E. C. Glass High. Although the Cardinals played a great game they were unable to stop Glass and suffered their second loss by a score of 35-14. Belton and Newell tallied for GW. Rolling on before an enthusiastic Home- coming crowd the Cards trounced Martinsville High School 26-0. Denny and Thomas led the scoring parade for GXV, backed by the line line play of Calvin Fowler and Bill Roberts. At half-time Miss Mary jo Milam was crowned Homecoming Queen along with her attendants, Misses Elva Beckham and Diana Dibble. fC0lZlfI1H8d on page 1041 el 100 If 793 J. Barnett, S. Wforley, S. Kingoff, T. Patterson, H. Garrett, K. Payne, C. Buck: Third row: G. Rogers, Almmger, 1. Jester, B. Marks, V. Holton, L. Goodman, G. W. Ward. B. Bullock, H. Vass, A. Bailey, D. Cole, T. Bowles. COACHES GURTIS, WILSON AND HARDING. Septem ber September October October October October November November November November fllflllf SCORE BOARD Home GXV There GW Home GXY! Home GXV There GXV Home GXV Home GW Home GW There GXV There GXV Salem O Fleming 19 Covington 0 Durham County 0 Lynchburg 3 5 Martinsville 0 Mt, Vernon 14 jefferson 6 Lane 7 Hermitage 6 wgi' J' QQ 'X S li 1 is Ya if A Af K -Q-fisifz-1-ESQ -fi . , aw Ja' . 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QI, w K 3 +L og 'fl .X .LI f ,Hg Q, A, Q ' - ,.. is 1 I., Q ,zur Wg, 'A .V n , . Z 93"-f cl i.3a.k,: g-5 1 '35KJ.wfH .lx e. X QM f AX xv. 5 K K 'A "gg?gi'i ' :V Vw Q 2414 X. -.y,,c'g a,A,3i r. v ily 'hu 4 -, ., Q' Q , ,K -. 4' -1. iw kxkq. 1 nwsxxx, e,,.1.. X v! H . an pf . X Q, ELF? MSZRF E N -4.-vr1n?kgy . ,Q. -L ,I S , , , :L yr 1 , xx ,ff N gg, K 'I -Y" Xi: 1 ff, in iv' X . if 3 fCOI?lf7ZIlEd from page 100j Boasting a record of 4 wins and 2 losses the Cards tackled Mount Vernon of Alexandria at League Park and after coming from behind twice turned back Mount Vernon 19-14. Charlie Denny and jack Thomas tallied for the Cardinals while Calvin Fowler and Sonny Kingoff were outstanding on defense. The Cardinals met a highly favored team from jefferson High of Roanoke and over-powered them in a big upset of 13-6. Coming from behind in the fourth quarter with tallies by Bob Newell and Richard Wfhite, the Cards sewed up the game. This win moved GXY' into second place in the State Group I race. journeying to Charlottesville, the Cards engaged Lane High and rompecl over them 38-7. Ronnie Belton, Charlie Denny and jack Thomas scored for GW. The high flying Cardinals kept the lead and were never in trouble during the game. The Cards traveled to Richmond for their final game of the season with Hermitage. The game was played before a small crowd of cold and damp spectators who witnessed the game which resulted in a 6-6 tie, Ronnie Belton scored GW's lone touchdown while Bill Roberts sparked the defense. The maroon and gray squad ended their most successful season since 1944 with a record of seven wins, two losses, and one tie. GW's conference record was five wins, one loss, and one tie. GW also gained a three way tie for the Westerri District Championship. Congratulations to Coaches "Elm XVilson, Bill Harding, and joe Gurtis on a great season. yaaapaummawwwrumam Firyz raw, iff! to right: Joan Allen, Evelyn Vincent, Alavne Watson, Joyce Bass, Franny Richardson, janey Lea Hardy, Second row, lefl to rigbl: jimmy Ingram, Ronnie Smith, Mac Bishop, Johnny Viccellio, Bobby Patterson, Leon Hart. .Ml-f'x, p,VMjfQPi1f" l1'rNUJx , pg , Af5iJyidygij3MwWl,VJfff VM! l5Vyfw'UfjifJ.r'fl ty 'Mi Qty nfl fl iw We af ft l l Fif-.rl mum' Roderick Sparks, Roy Holland, Sonny Williariis, Andy Woods, Dickie Douglas, Nelson Link, jimmy W'oody, AltII1clgL'l'1 SE'l'UlId rouf: Calvin Fowler, Jack Barnett, Sam Wforley, Albert Lane, Mickey Crawford, Ronnie Belton, Pryor Millner. jltwz, aaa, nun, hwzdwmmt lwwm, Having lost three of last yearls starting live, Cardinal Coach Al Mathes had a tough job in rebuild- ing his team this year. Despite the dilliculty, this season's squad, led by Mickey Crawford, All-State and All-Western District player of the year, and Roy Holland, standout guard, has compiled a respec- tible 10-6 record for all games. This includes a 3-4 Conference tilt score against the heavy end of their schedule through February the seventeenth. Sam Worle , at center is the bi est man on the team and has seen action for the ast two revious Y J SS P P years. At the guard posts are Andy Wloods and Rornie Belton, a pair of Senior lettermen who have turned in outstanding performances. Three more men who have seen much action are Roderick Sparks, who lettered last season, Dickie Douglas, a jayvee star of last year, and Calvin Fowler, who is one of the most improved men on the team. Pryor Millner and jack Barnett, who have seen only limited action this year, have gained valu- able experience that will be useful next season. The '53 edition of the GXV cagers successfully defeated Roxboro and Hampden-Sydney Freshmen twice each and took single games from Cradock, Covington, and University of Richmond Freshmen. They split with Martinsville, Henderson, Roanoke and Salem, and lost a pair to Lynchburg during the regular season to tie with Roanoke for the Western District championship. In the playoff they defeated Roanoke to win a tournament berth. 41051- E S fs S 5 is 2 Z5 5 S 3 2 FQ S 3 3 4 Q 5 S 3 .2 F5 f E S 3 Q Q E Z i S S 2 3 s 3 Q 2 2 K 3 S 2 ii 25 is E E s A B3 S A Q R 3 ii 5 Q 2 5 s. -x 3 S 5 W if 5 S if ki Ei 3 5 s 5 3 Q S S 2 3 S Roy Holland, A1 Mathesg COACH, Mickey Crawford Jluzq1L lm. nwz, Afazm, Fi:-.rf row: Richard Pretty. Leon Hawker, J. B. Shepard, David Crawford, Bobby Willianws, Randy Beale, Allen Wells. Sa-fond row: Coach Gurtis, Ronnie Bryant, Tommy I.ewis, Ray Beale, Al Bailey, Ralph Mast. Charles Buck, Stanley Atkins. 41071, Uwe, rlmm- wma, at nanny, game, Lefi Io right: George Penn, Carol johnson, Brooke Temple, Sue NX'illiams, jimmy Feldman, Sylvia Bragg luzu, fleet-fasted 15044, aim, Iwi on, fha, Firrl row, left la rigbl: james Melvin, Peyton Eggleston, jimmy Hines, jerry Nunn, Leon Lewis, Hamilton Vass, Ray Beale, Jack Thomas. Serond row, left Io right: jimmy Letton, Wayne Scearce, jack Taylor, Bill Hall, Jones Cox, Douglas Harawny, Calvin Fowler, james Gravely, Roy Upchurch, Eddie Cordell. -may ylwaraaaamwawmulamm Firzrl muy Iefl Iu right: Charlie Smiley, Ronnie Belton, jackie Knick, John Wfoods. Sonny W'illiams, Vic Nelson, Bobby Duncan. ' Serena' row, left to rigbl: Sam Woi'ley', Raymond Mitchell, Andy Woods, Dickie Douglas, Charlie Denny, Larry Wfilson. Tlaird row, lefz I0 right: Nathan Isenhower, Gene Parker, Donald Leonard, Bob Mitchell, L. G. Wfilson, coach. The G. W. baseball team, with a 15-3 rec- ord, clinched the Western District Group I championship. Captain jack Woods, the lead- ing hitter with a .350 batting average, was voted the most valuable player. The leading pitchers were: Ronnie Belton and Larry XVil- son, who had 7-0 and 6-2 records respectively. Those receiving monograms for outstanding play were: Sonny Williams, Charles Smiley, Dickie Douglas, jack Knick, john Wloods, Vic Nelson, Gene Parker, Bob Mitchell, Andy Woods, Ronnie Belton, and Larry Wilson. Ronnie Belton will be the 1953 captain. COACH L. G. W1LsoN AND CAPTAIN RONNIE BELTON 411092- Uwe bmp. wma. alL md. fm, Juuuli, W. Payne, C. Riddle, J. Barnett, B. Roberts. G. Cooter Five returning lettermen headed by Captain Charles Riddle give coaches Al Mathes and Doug Jones the nucleus of what should develop into a powerful squad that will be a serious contender for Western District honors. The other monogram winners back this year include Bill Roberts, jack Barnett, William , Payne, and Guy Cooter. Only Randy Hall and jimmy Pattisall were lost from last year's team that compiled a 2-7 record against some of the toughest competition in this section. Since the '52 team was left with only one letterman, Coach Al Mathes had to start a rebuilding program that should pay dividends this year, The Cards best performances last year came against Hargrave Military Academy as they ran rough shod over the Cadets twice by scores of 7-2 and 8-1. The netters dropped matches to Roanoke, Lynchburg, U.N.C. jay- vees, and N. C. State jayvees. -l110l' 5111! Mr. Greene, Tommy Hughes, Ronnie Smith, Hosea Wilson,Jin1111y Flippen, Bill Overcash. and, Boatbzq. Fir.rt'rou'.' Chase Wfheatley, Ronnie Smith, Calvin Fowler, Mac Bishop, jimmy Gravely, George Lavinder, Bob Eggleston. . Second rouf: Mr. Pender. Michael Vifilson, Travis Patterson, Mac McMann, John Dickenson, Bobby Cahill, jimmy Melvin, Bill Hall, Roy Upchurch, Hosea Wilson, Charlie Riddle, Johnny Viccellio, Tom Garrett. 11111- ...while,nuJL4D:.la.wmLbuAq,aL agamtztball, Fi:-.rt faux' Shirley Howard, Jeannette Jones, Jackie Hilliard, Joyce Berman, Carol Iobst. Rose Harper, Norma Putze, Jean Grogan, Sara Ikner. Second row: Barbara Staton, manager, Sara Hellams, Carolyn Lowe, Jean Styers, Rat Ramsey, Joyce Smith, Nancy Chaney, Virginia Ferguson, Elizabeth Oakers, Nancy Crider, assistant manager. Due to the return of only four lettermen to the Ladybirds, they had a tough season with two wins and seven losses, They totaled 211 points as compared to their opponents 567. The Ladybirds were under the leadership of head coach Ruth Gurtis with the assistance of Nell Dalton and Kathryn Carver. This year there was no captain. A different girl acted as captain for each game. Pat Ramsey led the team with a total of 84 points, followed by Rose Harper with 53. Jeanette Jones and Nina Jean Vaughn, newcomers to the team, racked up 29 and 28 points respectively. Holding guard positions and doing wonderful jobs were Carolyn Lowe, Joyce Smith, Jackie Hilliard, Jean Styers and Shirley Henry, Barbara Staton i as manager and Nancy Crider as assistant man- ager proved very efficient in checking equip- ment and keeping scores. Among the high school teams encountered by the Red birds were Brosville, Martinsville, C. H. Friend of South Boston, Averette, Rox- boro, Tri-City and Reidsville. KATHRYN GARVER, RUTH GURTIS, NELL DALTON COACHES 41121- jnmzia, Carolyn Poteat, Joyce Berman, Vera Lobl, Pat Ramsey, Nan Peay, Shirley Howard mm- jeannette jones, Betty Bradner, Norma Putze, Shirley Henry, Glenda Edmunds. 11131- lmbz, ' main ' t i i i Kneeling, Maj01'eile.r.' Norma Putze, Betty Bradner, Jeannette jones, Glenda Edmunds, Shirley Henry. Fir-.rx mu' lefl io riglal: Tommy Webber, Jean justice, Altfn Corponing, Doug Smith, Ronald Rimmer, Don Richard- son, jerry Hellams. Sarah Hellams, Sarah Shelton. Serum! mu' left to right: Director Eugene C. Stryker, Charles jordan, jim Bagby, Ferma Stuart, Leigh Ann Cowan Claude Davis, Billy Clifton, Doane Ellenberg. Tommy Hughes, Drewry Scearce, Eddie Friedman, David La Prade. Third row left to riglal: Daniel Lee, Don Alverson, john Bonner, Bobby Hawkins, Clyde Willis, Maurice McGraw, jimmy Fleming, Charlie King, jack Robertson, Calvin Berry, Doug Biggs. The George Washington High School Band, numbering about a hundred members is now in its fourth year of existence. Members of the band are divided into three groups. Those in the beginning section spend their time studying their instruments and the history of them. Members of the intermediate band play music in a somewhat simplihed form while those in the senior band concentrate on more difiicult pieces. -f Among the many activities of this year's GW music-makers was a trip to Chatham on November 4, to play for a P.T.A. meeting. On the twenty-third of the same month the marching band played in the local Christmas Parade. In addition to these appearances the group plays at each assembly for the students to enter and leave the auditorium and in the Christmas assembly they played special music in the holiday mood. Members of the advanced band played at all home football games and went to Lynchburg for the E. C. Glass game on a special bus. On the twenty-ninth of March the local group participated in the District Contest held at Martinsville. Concluding the year, the G. W. musicians took part in the Armed Forces Day Parade and presented a Spring Concert during the first week of May. EUGENE STRYKER, Direcror Q -l114I- Sonm ' w2ZL nevm, T. D. For the Red Birds! Here comes the parade! XVe all attended the games! How about me, coach? Help! Big-un's got me. I crown you queen, Mary Jo! -INSI- Qrwth. the, dlaum, "Vinum, Winn !" Firrt row: Gwendolyn Warren, Carolyn Lowe, Janet Long. Seaxed in mr: Tom Garrett, Catherine Cobean, Mary Gravely, Ann Garrett. Third row: Ronnie Smith, Sue Brown, Trudy Castor, Cookie Cook. Bunny Terry, Bill Fuller, jimmy Ingram, Richard Ramey. ..arwLwp.aqluzn.1u1ftlr. .ULLRHDRM OH we go with a car full of eager sales experts to invade Danville for the '55 Cavalier. Many of our Danville merchants were willing to give an ad after our quick thinking, fast talking advertising squad refused to accept no for an answer. Our advirtising staff sold approximately 215 ads, which shows how many nice people there are in Danville who are willing to help the Cavalier be a big success. janet Long and Tom Garrett were co-advertising managers and each led a team composed of seven energetic workers. We couldn't have had better managers. On janet I.ong's winning team were: Mary Gravely, Trudy Castor, Catherine Cobean, Gwendolyn Warren, Ann Garrett, and Sue Brown. These were all hard workers, and they really earned their victory. Tom Garrettis team was composed of: Ronnie Smith, Richard Ramey, Cookie Cook, Carolyn Lowe, Jimmy Ingram, and William Fuller. They made a good try, but were defeated. The free Cavalier that was offered to the member that sold the most ads excluding the co-advertising managers, was won by Richard Ramey, with Carolyn Lowe in second place. Remember the businessmen when you need their products. Let's show them that we really appreciate their co-operation in making the '55 Cavalier the best ever. 411651- ..- ig .HI ,' . - J' N ,1 . T . N1 E Nm U x . 1 s J 51 ': N A 5 S. L S X I I . 55. ' fa Q. 3 -:R 1 S1 4 ss: gi X X . Q ix :'- X v"" 4, .485 JHITCHCOCK STUDIO MISS MARIE WOODY We had Jrhe pleasure of Taking 'rhe picfures for Hwe Cavalier 'rhis year. Phone I835 427 Main S+ree+ fI118l' Miss BETSY Brsr-xoP Elected the Best Dressed Girl of the I- I.. E Il A N 1953 Senior Class, wearing a Strapless . Evening Gown of Blue Net . . . from nzdnpilles- 'ftore' our junior Fashion Shop. 'f1l9l' interesting work ...ond you can get it! Telephone work is interesting - and you donit need experi- ence to get a good job after graduation! That's one reason why so many girls head for the tele- phone company when they finish school. They know they'll earn good money from the start, even while they're trained, and get raises regularly. Your high school counselor can tell you more about the many different telephone jobs - or come in and see us when you Hnish school! me The Chesapeake 8. Potomac Telephone Company 2 of Virginia , , 41201- . 'I .0 . .'l IWI P fgelkflgsgtgefl Q5 DanvilIe's shopping cam, 4121? r r " "W ' " ' MISS BUNNY TERRY FRANCES KAHN'S Women's Apparel 406 Main Sfreei' -11225 THE BIGGEST FORD EVER 1953 GROWELL -LONG AUTO CO. 41231-' no km C+-4 o UQ cn the Cla 110 S ratulatlon an S o CJ 'Il24I'- -4- IU C C Pe Q6 and Ge-or E 5 CD 3 L0 -+- -0- CD s. L fC LD E o I- PRODUCERS WAREHOUSE ,cfcief QLJJ if J 1fffc44f! ff,L,1.4f.y ,uQw 1 . ijd'nZQ',2ZQJcQQM9-QJQLJK! A5Q4?,ib5ha4f THIS IS A Q UILL. .. A Qllllih is made of wood. lt is only 8 to 9 inches long. It cloesn't seem that a quill could be very important, but it plays a vital part in the manufacture of cloth. lVe use hundreds of thousands of them at Dan River in- making Dan River fabrics. As yarn is spun, it is wound on the quill. The quill then Hts right into the loom and the yarn is removed directly from the quill as it is woven into cloth. Lots of things may seem relatively insignificant to us at times but later-like the quill-turn out to be pretty important. For example, just o11e of Dan River's employees might he thought to be relatively unimportant when compared to the total of more than twelve thousand. But, every one of them has his specific job and the efficiency of the entire group depends on each individual. "A chain is only as strong' as its weakest link." Therefore, we give individual attention to every employee hired by Dan River and try to place him where he will be happiest and do the best job. The result is a group of employees, each doing his job well, of which we can be justly proud. DAN RIVER MILLS,Inc 41251- OC U1 0 the Class of ' St O11 ongratu ati C l1l OLDSMOBILE L5 U2 CG O ef co 2 SWANSGN CADILLAC F Phone 4200 ia C UN L S? vme ef Dan CD L -6- LD -0- GJ .Az L IU E Z LD 41261- Home Economics Exhiblt at 1952 Danville Fair DANVILLE FAIR ASSOCIATION L. R. WYATT, Presideni' RIVER ROAD C. C. FINCH. Exec Presideni' 'I127I- CO11g1'Eltl1lElti011S to the Class of 753 BUDDIE AND PAULA COC!-IRAN ii i G. M, SALES, INC. Danville Virginia 4128:- .IONES SAUSAGE COMPANY PURE PORK SAUSAGE DANVILLE, VIRGINIA PHONE 7200 41291- IT HITS THE SPOT Pepsi-Cola Bottling .Company Danville, Virginia AVERETT COLLEGE Danville, Virginia The sevenleen-acre cam- pus is locared in a beau- riful resiolenrial secrion of Danville. College faciliries afford recrearional and educa+ional opporluniries of +l1e higlwesl qualify. Since AVERETT COLLEGE is fully accrediled as a iunior college. Hs gradua+es are Transferred 'ro oulsranding four-year colleges and universiries wirh advance sranding and wiflriouf loss of credir +o con+inue Hue courses leading +o rlie degree of Bachelor of Science. 41301- DANVII.I.E'S EIRST STATION W B T W B T M - F M I33O on your cIiaI 97.9 on your dial 5,000 Waffs power- Day 32.000 WGIIS FJOWGV I,OOO WaI+s power- NIQIII COVERING' TI-IE PIEDMONT REGIONS EOR 22 YEARS Anne Wayne, KH, Ronnie, Cookie and Hosea fake Iime ou+ from work on The Cavalier for 'rhaf pause Ihaf refreshes. You guessed H, iI's ice coIcI COCA-COLA. -41311, STRATFORD COLLEGE Danville, Va. Transfer Courses Graduales are accepfed by Senior Col- leges and Universifies for admission 'ro Junior Class. fo complefe requiremenls for a degree in fwo years. Terminal Courses Thorough fraining for careers in fhe business world. Cafalogue on Requesf JOHN C. SIMPSON, Presidenf Chariered Service Anywhere-Any Time FRANKLIN TURNPIKE BUS CO. kll ill Q . as ,lu Phone 2726 Danville. Va. 11321- DRIVE- THEATREIN JAMES T. CATLIN AND SON CO. INCORPORATED GN G ll M T P' Ph 54I -I I- Hudson Aufomobiies Case - Massey - Harris Farm Machinery FERRELL MOTOR CAR CORPORATION 426 NEWTON STREET PHONE 87 License No. IOO O BENYUNES MUSIC COMPANY Everyfhin Musical 9 Danville. - - - Virginia 41342- A Compiimenis of JULIAN PHILLIPS ai Phillips 5 SZ 10 Phillips 5 SI 10 Schoolfield Nor+h Danville Iifs Phillips M2 to 179 and uMa,s'9 Iiitflllfjll Across from Norilw Theaier D0l1,t Say BREAD, Say HOLSUM ASK YOUR GROCER HOLSUM BAKING CO., INC. Danville, Virginia 41351- My amaze e an X Q 56W'4zlf0qM,06 7aQ :5525'i5f 91:5z'5EQEfE3Ej'. X Sign your autograph where it will really pay off-on a Kroger Employment Application. We have excellent positions for intelligent young men and women...good starting pay, 'Z and we'l1 train you for promotions, too! Q Kroger offers a wide variety of interesting, 3-6 stimulating occupations. You enjoy freedom ""' from monotony in clean pleasant surround- ...,.::::g:3-' ings' You'll ind many unusual benedts at Kroger, too. Free retirement program, liberal pront- sharing plan, and steady work with regular pay are just a. few of the many reasons it's smart to consider a Kroger career. Fon Anmfi-xoNA1. 1NFonMA'r1oN ACT Now! Phone or see , Kroger Store Manager K' Lynn and Loyal Streets Phone 2-l052 Compliments of 41361- THE SCHOOL STORE Bobby Ploti, Manager CARROLL W. SHELTON Grading and Excavaiing Coniracior Basemenrs - Land Clearing - Terracing - Ponds Privaie Roads - Fill -- Top Soil - Slone Driveways Reliable - Experienced - EFFicien+ R. F. D. 3, Box 284 - Chalham Road PHONE 3462-W-I DANVILLE, VIRGINIA Besi Wishes TASTEE-FREEZ Riverside Drive John B. Warreniii Melvin Yoder DANVILLE INSURANCE AGENCY 6I2 Main lover Cavalier Resiauranll See us for all of your insurance needs Phone 7363 Complimerris of WYATT BUICK SALES CO. Phones 204-4236 627 Main Sfreel' Danville. Virginia -'ll37lr KENT MOTOR COMPANY FENDER, BODY WORK AND PAINTING GOOD USED CARS 656 Worsham Sfreef Telephone 4078 WENTZ APP-:HrAZMCE STORE Phone 2750-W . II98 RIVERSIDE DRIVE . EVWUCIG DANVILLE VA. KGIVMIO' Ouiboard Moiors Apphanges APPIIGVICGS . C I Siewari-Warner CGHIUVY BOGTS Telglsisgn Televisions Complimenis of TINSLEY 81 THOMPSON VETERINARY HOSPITAL Complimenis of PEOPLES AUTO SUPPLY, INC. Phones 3987 - 3988 584 Couri Sfreef Danville, Virginia 41381- Q ,dll , IAUNDRK INC 4l6 Norih Main Sireer Telephone 921 Danville. Virginia WYATT CHEVROLET CORP. Chevrolei Sales - Service 304 Norih Main Sireei Danville, Virginia .TWO GOALS I-Sirive +o save one year's income for securiiy. 2-Lei us help you own your own home by l954. M U T U A L SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Phone IO3 - Arcade Building BEST WISI-IES VASS - MOBLEY HARDWARE CO. 230 Main Sireei Phones i584-I585 4139i- FOR A TASTY TREAT" GE H00 0 4NvILLY-75. RIVERSIDE DRIVE TELEPHONE 6382 as JOHNSON STORES 9' Johnson Drugsfore Sou+I1 Main SIree'r Johnson and Spiggle Main SIreeI Johnson and Jordan Main and Craghead Johnson and LenIz I-IoIbrooIc and Sfokes DRINK ROYAL CROWN COLA 11401- Besl O' Luck 'ro 'rlwe Class of '53 L. E. BROWN TILE COMPANY 704 Lee S'rree+ Danville, Virginia Phone 2553 L. E. BROWN BUSTER BROWN Complimenls of DAN VALLEY MILLS Millers of Dan Valley Plain and Dan River Self-Rising Flour "Famous for More Than Fiffy Years" G.w' H . S. N G BROWN JEWELRY CO :way or ,?Q'L-P . . . qn mxggi Black Blue Spinel gf Onyx Masonic Temple Building J: - T":x' -1 -1 so ' 'fa 2 '2 .. lah' Q .. , ., yfffgg I X ' . , , , ,,a,,i7?'- Danville, Virginia my as ,T M: gd -L H Complimenfs of PLUMBING SZ MILL SUPPLY CO. 506 Craghead S+ree+ 41411- 41 'P Iii, we 'Q -I. 5 ...fl " - A Ill 2 I' 6 'p -B' Qs iam! nb PLUMBING, HEATING ROOFING and INDUSTRIAL Produds HAJOCA CORPORATION 3Is CRAGI-IEAD ST., DANVILLE, VIRGINIA Complimenls of LITTLE PONTIAC CORPORATION 706 Wilson Sfreei FANCY PRODUCE, GROCERIES AND CHOICE MEATS 'OLD DUTCH SUPER MARKET Spring and Floyd Nor+l'I Union CURB MARKET STINSON TIRE COMPANY 603 Loyal S+reeI Telephone 60 Danville, Virginia Headquarfers for the General Squeegee 41421- VIRGINIA THEATRE Danville,s Friendly Theatre A. B. COGSDALE, Manager .Zama PEERS - WISEMAN COMPANY Insurance - Real Es+a+e FIRE - AUTOMOBILE -- HAIL - LIABILITY - BONDS C ce Building 642 Main Sfreef Phone 6375 GEORGE W. ARON 81 COMPANY, Inc. PACKARD SALES AND SERVICE "Ask 'fha man who owns one" 41431- Movies Are Befler Than Ever AT SCHOOLFIELD THEATRE Some+hing S Q +o Crow Aboul' Your To+al Foocl Bill is Baseball Coach L. G. Wilson and Capfain LESS Ronnie Bellon look al new MacGregor when YOU Shop Equipmenf a+ LINK WATSON CORP. 51- Bi'l Whife, G. W. alumnus is salesman. LP-UND STAR LAUNDRY COMPANY AND DRY CLEANING ,lL w XQIYEIUNDRYV, C5 X co ' K Vvf- "Home of 'rhe Snow While Finish" DRYCLEANERS Df:iii1iEL'i?x1hTF?gl:liA 33I Pa'H'on S+ree'r Phone 85 Congralulalions +o Jrhe Class of '53 DUCKWORTH MOTORS CO., INC. LINCOLN - MERCURY 570 Wes+ Main Sfreer Phone 6646 -11441, Complimenrs of BOGGS BUILDING MATERIALS, INCQ lNDusTRlAL AVENUE SMITH'S MODERN FLOOR CO. Veneflan Blinds - Linoleum -- Lvnohle Rubber and Asphall Tile 9l4 Jefferson Slreef Exlension "Floors of QualH'y" Phone 7020 Danville, Virgin I WHITE OAK MOUNTAIN DAIRY FARMS Douglas Harper and Ryland Harper - Proprie+ors Grade A Pasleurized Milk and Dairy Proclucls Telephone 279 Bachelors Hall Line Complimenfs of SEARS, ROEBUCK 81 COMPANY 411451, DODSON-BAGBY FUEL CO. Qualify Coal C. Willard Dodson Anna Walion 250 Bryani Avenue Phone II97 Sales and Service D O D S O N ' S RADIATOR SERVICE Phone 4386 592 com sireei Danville, virginia HENDERSON 81 HARVEY AGENCY Insurance Bonds 522-23 Masonic Temple Phone 2668 Nolary Public Danville, Virginia H. HARDY 81 SON L. Plumbing and Heafing 237 Girard Slreei Phone 3I77 ALLEN'S JEWEL SHOP Home of Keepsake Diamonds Main Slreei Danville, Virginia Welding 8: Machine Work Boiler Repair Congralulaiions Io Ihe Senior Class Jimmie Sparks FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Phone 7365 Used Cars DANVILLE PARTS 8: BODY CORP. Phone I566 Danville, Va. Phone 5433 SHELTON MOTOR CO. The Finesl in Used Cars Wholesale and Relail E. D. Shellon 423 Newlon Slreel Phone Res. 5908 Danville, Va. 4146!- MWIFIW Ice Cream Nl snriflnfaii wm a iw ' PSM DANVILLE PRINTING CO. Phone I I6O "a healfh food" PET DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY Ice Cream, Pasfeurized Milk and orher Dairy Producis HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE CO. "The HEART of Ihe HOME is The Kiichen The HEART of Ihe Kifchen +he APPLIANCES" I I5 S. Marker Srreer Phone 4092 "Good Things fo Ea?" CHURCH GROCERY FANCY AND STAPLE FOOD 7 Chambers Sireer Phone 3I4I We DeIiver SERVING DANVILLE FOR 32 YEARS Congraiularions To The SENIOR CLASS BERRY'S BUSINESS MACHINES 537 Norih Main Srreei' FLOTILLA CLUB The Ciub of Good Fellowship GARDNER MOTOR CO. DODGE BROTHERS Cars-Trucks-Buses PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS Phone 3500 Danville. Virginia C. B. TEMPLE COMPANY Realfors and Auciioneers Arcade Building Phones 53I-6626 -i147I- WYATT 81 HALL FOOD STORE JAMES L. RIDDLE, Proprieror DanviIIe's Finer Foods Groceries, Fresh Meais 8i Fancy Sea Food I35 Walrson S+ree'r Phone 3I I5 DanviIIe, Virginia WE USE RCA TUBES MORROW RADIO SERVICE IO3 Craghead S'rree+ Danville, Va "We Repair AII Makes of Radios" Ouick Radio Repair KING MOTOR COMPANY, INC. De Sala - Plymoufh Salas and saiyiaa 762 Layal SI'ree+ Phone 4759 Daayilla, Virginia "li Pays Io Play" BOOTH-WHITE SPORT SHOP 304 Main S+ree+ "AI'hIeIic OuIIiHer5" SERVICE-QUALITY WORK STRANG-E'S CLEANERS, INC. Call For and Deiivery Service 532 Craghead Sireei Phone 55 WEST MAIN ESSO STATION 595 Wesf Main Sfreer Danville, Virginia Phone 207I AUTO BEARINGS 84 PARTS CO. Complefe Auiomofive Machine Shop Service Paris Headquariers Phone 3880-Corner Loyal and Couri' Sis. Danville, Virginia INGRAM FURNITURE CO. "Every+hing for 'rhe Home" 233 Norfh Union Sireei' Phone 4060 -iI148I- WE SALUTE THE CLASS OF '53 SWICEGOOD FUNERAL HOME "The House Thar Service BuiI+" Complimenis of R. H. RAMEY 81 COMPANY Dependable Insurance Since I9I9 Phone I732 5I5 Wesf Main Sireef DanviIIe, Virginia REWS LEANERS 603 Jefferson Sireef E' 0.221121 "" . Jjirj .,": TS: Dame' Wginia CAT 81 FIDDLE SUPER MARKETS Save Money a'I DanviIIe's Finesi Home Owned Super Markeis No. I - Floyd SI'ree+ No. 2 - N. Main Sfreei' JOHN W. DANIEL 8: CO., INC. Danville, Virginia P. O. Box 458 Phone 80 GENERAL CONTRACTING AND BUILDING ACE OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY SCHOOL SUPPLY HEADQUARTERS A SUCCESS FOUNDATION The fines? foundaiion on which 'ro build a success is a growing savings rese ve Build yours af PeopIe's Indusfriai where savings earn 311. PEOPLE'S INDUSTRIAL LOAN CORPORATION Markei af PaH'on Sireei Danville, Virginia 4149!-s Congrafularions Io 'rhe Class of I953 WRENN-YEATTS FUNERAL HOME OSCAR TRENT'S AMBULANCE DRUG STORE Phone 444 2033 Norlh Main Phone l400 Congralulalions 'Io Ihe Class of '53 EFIRDS DEPT. STORE HODNETT 81 SPEER CO.. INC. Besr Wishes of C. D. KENNY DIVISION Consoliclaied Grocers Corporafiorl VAUGHAN SUPPLY CO., INC. Jewelers Goodyear and Ho'I'poinI' Headquarfers Repairing 6 Specially G.E., R.C.A., Mo+oroIa and Philco Television Diamonds - Silver - WGICIISS Corner Lynn and Wilson SIS. Phone 7290 440 Main Sireel' Danville, Va. Danville, Virginia Lane A. Fenrriss A. L. Shellon, Jr. BINSWANGER 8: CO., INC. DANCE 8: FENTRISS, INC. Mirrors - Glass l General Insurance - Real Esfafe Picfure Framing Danville, Virginia II3 Soulh Ivlarlcel' Slreel' Phones 696-l23I -51501, DANVILLE IMPLEMENT CO. Riverside Drive USED CARS Harry and Russell Aron DANVILLE USED CAR CO. 53I Lynn Slreel' Phone 5307 License No. I286 SPOT FURNITURE CO. 3I7 Norih Union SI'reeI Phone 6959 Lea-Lewis Furni+ure Company, Inc. Furniiure-Floor Coverings-Sioves and Ranges Phone 4434 Phone I236 Danville, Virginia PARRISH-JOHNSON ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Eleciric Mofor Rewinding-Machine Work 2I7 Lynn Sfreef Telephones 3836 84 4304 CompIimen'Is of DANVILLE DAIRY J. F. JOHNSON Groceries--Fresh Meals and Vegerables l354 N. Main Sireel Phone 296 Acme Food Sfore STONEWALL ESSO STATION I5IO N. Main S'rreeI CongraIuIa'rions Io Ihe Class of '53 Complirnenfs Io The Class of '53 DAIRY QUEEN Besr of Luck Io Ihe Class of I953 WESTBROOK ELEVATOR MANUFACTURING CO. Incorporaied Danville. Virginia DANVILLE FROZEN Foon TH E H U B cLoTHiERs SERVICE "Where Fashion Revolvesu KEELING'S PHARMACY G. L. Keeling, Owner The Sfore Thai' Appreciafes Your Business l472 N. Main Sireer Danville, Virginia Phone 387 W. R. MITCHELL FURNITURE CO Qualify Furnifure Danville, Virginia CHARLIE AND EARLINE Will Serve You a+ GILES FLOWER SHOP Giles Flower Garden and Green House MI. View Ave. Phone I2l5 Danville, Va SNOW WHITE DIAPER SERVICE 920 Riverside Drive-Phone 4346 Danville, Virginia -I151I'- MOTOR PARTS s. EQUIPMENT oo. H 'I' 5 FOOD MARKET R. J. Doss-J. W. Carper Groceries - Mea+s - Vegefables 504 Norfh Main STreeT ,Frozen Foods 542 N. Mann S+. Phone I836 Phone 5246 P. O. Box 477 Danville, Virginia HYLAND FOOD MARKET Fresh Mea+s - Produce - Vegefables 2063 Norfh Main ST. - Phone 5476 Complimenis of JOE LAMB SHOE SHOP 602 Nor'rh Main S+reeT FIVE POINT GULF STATION P. J. Davis - W. W. SCOTT Norfh Main and Richmond Blvd. Telephone 874 LEON'S CYCLE SHOP Bicycles and Toys Call For and Deliver 403 NOrTh Main Phone 636i AGEE PLUMBING 8: HEATING CO. For Aufomaiic Jani+roI Heafing Equipmeni 330 Norfh Main ST. Phone 7277 BLACKWELL MOTOR CO. Aufo and Truck Repairs Fender and Body Work ' Buy and Sell Used Cars Phone I738 3I8 Floyd Sfreef DODSON-BAGBY EQUIPMENT CO SpeciaIisTs in Heafing and Air Condiiioning 636 Spring STreeI' Phone II96 Danville, Virginia Complimenfs OT AMERICAN HOME FURNISHING COMPANY 330 Floyd Sfreef - Phone 342 RAPPAHANNOCK SEA FOOD MARKET Choice Rappahannock OysTers and Fish in Season 200 Craghead S'rree'r Phones 5240-524I Danville, Va. SOUTHERN MOTORS DANVILLE INCORPORATED How clean can used cars be? Come To SouThern MO'rors and see NorTh Main Exfension Phone 3948-J Danville. Va. BOOKER MOTOR COMPANY Ferguson Tracfors and ImplemenTs Service and Sales 508 NorI'h Union ST. Phone 80I G. S. K. RESTAURANT DanvilIe's Finesi' "Your Safisfaciion is Our Success" Famous For Wesfern S+ealr and Sea Food SEMINOLE ESSO STATION Fried Chicken in a Bag COVINOTON-SAMS HARDWARE COMPANY G. E. APPLIANCES Pichire Frames Made To Order 248 Main STree+ Phone 605 -fl52lf- RADIOS-TELEVISION MUTUALLY YOURS MCDOWELUS Sales - Service Danville's Friendly Srarion RELIABLE I-IQME EQUIPMENT co. J' T. TOWNES ' 9l2 Jefferson Srreef Exlension phone 292' PRINTING COMPANY LAVINDER 81 HOWZE MARIE BEAUTY 5HOP Neon Signs-Sales-Service Over Peoplels DVU9 Siofe 205 Craghead Sfreei Phone 2551 phone IZI4 THE CHARLES M. BRADLEY REALTY COMPANY COMMERCIAL Phone I9os or 5676 PRIVATE AND AUCTION SALES APPEAL Sloclcs, Bonds and Securilies Pa++on, Temple and Williamson Complimenfg Insurance and Real Eslaie of Arcade Building Danville. Virginia SOUTHERN SHELL STOP! RUSSELL'S PLACE Thick Millashalces and Tasry Sandwiches Norfh Main Exlension NORTH END BARBER SHOP I46Olf2 N. Main Sireer Besr Wishes 'ro The Class of '53 COLE FURNITURE CO. 203-I I N. Union Srreer Phone 76I Danville, Virginia LARAMORE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, lnc. Transif-Mixed Concrele - Excavarion Phone 2248, Box 348-Danville, Virginia NORTH END FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 4420 2025 Norrh Main 'if JQ.-Z 97.1 E' ' I 1 T J I CLEANERS ovens LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 41531- 1 "Exclusive NoveI'Iies" Telephone I475 547 Main Sireei Danville, Virginia HARRY D. MOORE I Coniraclor, Papering, Painiing and . ' Floor Sanding Phone 7"'V' FzrnJJi.Ln.a lizizamzl Lei us move your furniiure BUDDY DALE Free esfimales any lime MERCHANTS DELIVERY Telephone 7900 Millinery and Handbags SI.97 and S297 None Higher LEWIS REFRIGERATION SERVICE Service on all makes refrigeraiors Kelvinaior Sales and Service Phone 790 2I2-2I4 Main S+. NORTH END GROCERY Groceries - Fresh MeaIs - Vegeiables I468 Norfh Main Slreel Telephones 5397 and 5398 Complimenis of OSCAR G. EVANS INSURANCE Buy More For Less AI COLEMAN MOTOR SALES AGENCY Norih Main Exiension Telephones 269 and 270 Phone 3948-W Danville, Virginia S. S. HAGAR BUY FURNITURE FROM Rug and Furniiure Cleaning SUDDARTHIS 2I2 Norih Union S'rree+ 63I Norlh Main SI. Phone 38l6 Telephone 535 AUTO SALES 81 TIRE CO., INC. 703 Riverside Drive USED CARS SOUTHERN PRODUCE CO. Fancy Packed Toma+oes Telephone 2623 CANADA PRODUCE CO., INC. Wholesale Fruiis and Produce I99 Norih Main Sireei Phones 5270-527I P. O. Box 939 "Buy Direrl from M!l7lllfIIC1ll7'?I' and Sell-'L' lhe Diferezlrd' DANVILLE AWNING CO. Mmzufnrturer of Awnings, Venetian Blinds, XVindow Shades and Truck Covers 600 North Union St. Phone 4631 -1515410 JONES RADIO SERVICE Phonograph Records-New and Used Radios Phonograph and Radio Repairs TELEVISION Phone 1381 203 Craghead Street Danville, Virginia D ?DanviIIe's Besl' Clolhiers Complimenls To The Class of '53 TUXEDO CALLAHAN CLEANERS "DanviIIe's Besf Cleaners" I25 Walson Slreel Phone 3572-3573 AUTO SPECIALTY COMPANY BAROODY CANDY CO. Incorporaled 206 Cragheacl Slreel "The Parls Boys" 525 Loyal Slreei Phone IIO3 Phone ZSIO Congralulalions of THE B. F. B. SUB-DEBS lo The Class of l953 DAIRY KORNER Corner Walson and Monlague J. 8: J. KAUFMAN 33I Main Slreel Danville. Virginia WINIKER LUMBER CO., Inc. "Ma'l'eriaIIy Yours" Jus? off Bridge Sfreel Phones 4628 and 73 MAHAN AND TYREE, INC. Wholesale Grocefes "I+ Pays 'ro Look Well" FIVE FORKS BARBER SHOP Besl Wishes lo The Class of '53 HENRY V. ADAMS HARNSBERGER'S INSURANCE Deparfmen-I' Sfqre PIWODS I I27 Danville, Virginia USE PURDUM'S PIEDMONT PAINT PRODUCTS "None BeH'er" "II's Noi Carbonaledn TRU-ADE BOTTLINC-3 CO. 1155? For Beiier P escr'p+'o Se 'c by a GERALD RAND BETTY Regisgerecl Phgrmartlisie Hairdressers Call 230 HUDSON'S PHARMACY '35 Wafson Sheef Phone 6262 Jefferson ai Colquohoun S'rreeI' SOUTH 'MAIN ESSO STATION P G I N T E R I S 'TT EAUSQVCEES' JARMAN si-iors ghoge 30,0 in s. Marie-+ :zo s. Markel' ALLEN'S FOOD STORE Wesiern Branded Meais-Groceries MODERN FOOD STORE NO. I Groceries, Fresh Meals, FrosI'ed Foods Phone 2495 733 Holbrook Ave. 7.0 Gabe!! Sham, FIVE FORKS PATTERSON DRUG COMPANY . TEXACO STATION Five Regisfered Pharmacrsfs Gas - OH - Washing - Greasing Masonic Temple Danville, Virginia Tires '- Tubes "' Bfmerles Corner Jefferson and Pine Srreeis Comple+e Beaufy Service ARCADE BEAUTY SHOP DOTTIE DAMERON Arcade Building Phone 3267 We Specialize in Permanenf Waves CLARKE ELECTRIC CO., INC. If l+'s Elecfrical Come 'Io Clarke IOOI Main SI'ree'I Complimenis from CLEVELAND'S MUSIC CENTER F. IU. IIIIIUHUIIIIIH MOTLEY FLORIST "Flowers For Your Every Need" ll I4 Wesl Poxion Phone 3236 WATSON STREET GROCERY 334 Warson Sireel' Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meafs STOKES STREET GULF Brake, Wash, Road Service Tommy Hoskins, Proprieror Phone 338I SOUTH MAIN LUNCH Ho+ Dogs, Drinks, Etc. 405 Sourh Main Sfreef Phone IOI5 4156? BROOKS HERNDON INSURANCE AGENCY Paul Revere Hospilalizalion Fire - Aulo - Bonds 535 Main Slreer Phone 52I I G. I. SURPIUS 236 Norlh Union Slreel' Telephone 6472 GREYHOUND SERVICE STATION Shell Proclucfs 24 Hour Service DOWNTOWN SHELL Generaror and Slarrer Repairs Corner Bridge and Parlon Sis. P11666 2068 626 Main S+r66+ Telephone 834 BRANCI"I'S DANVILLE GARDENS Congraiulalions PM - Mowers '- SWS RELIGIOUS Booic CENTER Tree Surgery - Landscaping P H R- k O Danville, Virginia. Rouie I ' ' 'C 'BHS' wner Telephone 648l Phone 5I I2 3I6 Main Slreel Furniiure Upholslerlng and Ivlallress Rebuilding NORTH MAIN MATTRESS AND FU RNITU RE COMPANY Telephone 789 Complimenls of H. P. GREEN SHOE COMPANY 328 Main Slreel Phone I4 DYER BROTHERS Coal - Kerosene - Fuel Oil Lower Lynn SI'ree'I Te'ephone No. 9 SURLES LUMBER COMPANY Office 724 Soulh Main S+. Dealers in Rough and Dressed Lumber Sash, Doors, and Mill Work Danville' VIVQIVIIG Danville. Virginia Phones I269-68I8 C. I'I. ALVERSON For +he Besf in Plumbing ancl Hearing Plumbing and Healing Confracfors can Oil ancl Gas Healing a Specially 787 Paxlon Slreel' Phone I237 HERMAN I" Danville' Virginia Phone 9I8 I93 Howland Circle Hb. BILL EVANS . Life Insurance Company of Virginia JEWELERS Life Insurance. Hospifal and Surgical Beneliis, and Saving Needs JULIAN s. SATER, Prop. Congrarulaiions Io The Class of '53 LEWIS FURNITURE COMPANY Dudley and Vaughan Insurance Agency Masonic Temple Phone 5450 -'l157lf THE CHILDREN'S SHOP "Every+hing 'For Ihe Child" NELSON COAL 81 WOOD CO. 603 Main Sfreer Phone 6026 Phone 3736 Double Duiy Dollars OSCAR VXHCgIgINg:N?URANCE DAN D- DICKENSON Fire - Auiornobile - Casualiy I Life - Bonds nsurance Phone 7504 Danville, Virginia Comp'imen+s of CRESCENT DRIVE - IN Equipmem' and Supplies for Resfauranls, Church Kifchens, and School Caielerias FRIEDMAN FIXTURE CO. 208 Craghead Sfreel Phone 2384 HILLER'S PAINT AND GLASS 4I2 Lynn Sireel MANN FOOD MARKET FINE FOODS-LOW PRICES Phone 365 l32I N. Main SI. WILSON STREET SINCLAIR STATION W. T. I-licks. Owner Business Apprecialed Phone 7834 AUTO TRIM SHOP 720 Wilson Sf. Phone 3428 Seal Covers Converiible Tops Conqralulaiions of THE J. S. J. SUB-DEBS io The Class of I953 DANVILLE MATTRESS CO. Phone 792 MATTRESS REBUILDIN6 One Day Service F R A N K ' S 2I8 Main Sireei Good Foocl-Well Prepared THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. Painfs, Varnishes. Lacquers, Leads, Oils. Enamels, Brushes and Painfers' Specialries Phone 6I32 3I6 Lynn Sireei-Danville, Va. RICHARDSON INSURANCE AGENCY Complimenls of Pilol' Life Insurance Company AND HOLLEY 707-8 Masonic Temple Phone 42 41581- Cavalier Television Center y 5 2 I O Cragheacl Slreei Service I545 Sales 7675 Bendix T.V.'s Crowning Achievemenl' BEST 'O LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '53 J. D. MOORE, INC. Your Henry J., Kaiser, and lniernaiional Truck Dealer 9l3 Riverside Drive Danville, Virginia Complimenis of Mr. 42 JEFFERSON STANDARD l..ll:E INSURANCE COMPANY Phone I663 Masonic Temple Local Represenfaiives Taylor Wailcins, Alberl E. Cox, E. F. Bryant James Pickeral, J. Wesley Scarce Renls, , Eslabllshed I876 GRAVELY BROTHERS Bonds Real Eslafe INSURANCE Danville, virginia FOR THE LANDS SAKE SOW SMlTH'S SEEDS SMITH SEED AND FEED CO., Inc. 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