George Washington High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Danville, VA)
- Class of 1963
Page 1 of 198
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 198 of the 1963 volume:
Q ' '
N .K inf, I X 5 f QL Q
Qyfwej dwwb "T QM? W, I
7 74 X, g l 3 , 2 , ..
' X wwffwiiw
Wf2Q W f
A ' 1 Q
xfxgnff My M R 1
A s MQW
., .., x,,,,
,5nISi,,u.,-5. 13,13-Q3 m,u'YN 'T-gf-fw
3 7 gf-44OEJ
George Washington High School
, ,,, ,
mf.,-Q-uk , ,L
3 J's?4aa'f1Lf2?x2 :CT4-'i'24'f'3'E:FF,-H7ii'?E:.4?2S-TFL?Jktfflliffusntrf-SSRYJJ1-El'-5yzfieiY-ifGs?-'sfixfrzdfiix-:-'J2'?Q-ff?-f.l miie Lv4:N:-eh.-,..:-4. vu, a-o7m-Ai-5,-2Z'Q:fAf" 3 ' -1- if'-5"f' rL1e'L6lE'1.': 7.1: it-:iw . ' -
Dum 1 M.
' :ig gf? ' ff! :,x""f53?"
H18-.NS MLW-bv tk
N",..f , ,
. .,..V.,... w1.'.f,.,v..I 5'
. M., ,, gf,--A-.: -3.-,-..,.... . .-
'i' '75fLICff1f1lfT33'?gF '
ISM., MN, A .Y A.
1 4. 5 ..,.,,. wmgf- .k..- Q: k
- wk:1sfr'aE:11:f:qg x 2
f-ar fn 1 v:-,,-141
,v.:,1:-:1 1' ... w-f.Af1.x-,w:L.-1r.'::v,,-.1 ,-1,-.f af-
' -1,1-fr, A--fr-1-.vp '.-rf w.w..,-
aried Activities, Sentimental Moments Are G.W.H. .
it nf.. fs -, s
Q i NM W SQ X
1 l he Qgfgw if
.,l'fliiiQgQ5jeN'1 -t!:.t2gi5sA 5 '1,WEf5"f5 QE-an ., 'Wg -i-siixiii t ' '- :gs
- ' .- 1
. ..i... I- ,., if--xy
,Q ,,gii.k , -
,S,',,s, 1,1 '.f-5-sage if A215 I K X '- ' e'-- i X
. ,waswfssssese wesk
GW is seldom viewed from across the river, as
in the scene below, by the students. More familiar
is the entrance to the auditorium, where programs
are presented for Danville citizens as well as
for the high school students. Jo Ann Martin,
typical junior, uses the library for research as
she prepares for her role in the New Frontier.
V M2 ,gg if W J X,
5 K F ,x y, em L
V K K I 4 kk J , f x lr' 4
' - Y 1:-wi?" s 'i' 4 f 'ina
Are Explored In
Administration A . , . . . 12
School Board .... 13
Faculty ....,,,. ...... . . . 14
Assistants ..4...4....t..,..,..... 16
Develop Capabilities In
Individual Recognition ,,., . . , 48
Publications ,........, . . . 52
Clubs ,.........,..... . . . 58
Student Government ...i . ,. 62
Honor Clubs .,....... 66
Future Career Groups , 4 . . . . 68
Are Reflected In
Football . ,...
Spring Sports ....
Are Built In
Freshmen , ,
Open Doors In
Wwv J! ifffiyf, 'wg' ff , ,, ,v':,,,:,,w ' f , ,,
f ff xffzafffwzfgjie, Miha NZ, 4" wr ff
9 , , ,
V V , M My A fv , Q Y, ,
,,, 7 , twzQQW,isgW'n, A V 1
W' ' 1 , W ,, V V ,V , '
x, f y, ,ff ,, ,v,,f', , f' J- ' ,,f ff, 4
ff f ' ' qggj' ,7'ffazfp'Vff?L A B , ,W z n ,K , ,M W , ' f' ' , 2 H gf 3
WZ, A gig , .,, ,N,7Wf' ,M , ,ea ,?Y"',4ff 2' A ,, , V -1 , ,f gmt" ', 4 " WH
ZW sm ye Q A, ' ,
'I' 4' , , H
H Q I :'W,'ff' T777 ,,,, W' If 'W A ,'L'Zf, Ewlfv Q ' H "7"' ja ,V
,Y , Q ' 'f f, f ' , , , -I ,I 532, ,sw G , , Vw 4",H,2'Wliff ig sv fd ,, " -'K
f - f' 'f ff -lm ,lk 4 y W", 4 ' ,j,,g'm ,M,v4w,i ,ijt Q" My 'ng 'z M31 ,V ,
,H " , " M 1 ff-' sf A 'V if V1 f' , "' 'A f ","4f"fi2i ,i f' J
Newest structure in the growing cluster of buildings making up
George Washington High School is the Industrial Arts Building
Only during the hours from 9 A.M. 'til 3 P.M. does "the circlel'
. 4, W'
termed the 'llitt
,N ,,,f, f .f,' lf
W ,,q- ww, ,f , v
' ywff, :ww 1 Y' ,,
4, ,JW if ,, , f f
,f ',,, ,V '
f' 'W-a25,'m-t'fLf"X'W, f"f 17 1
l ,ft 'fl-' Wh
le house" by those who populate its
have this rather deserted appearance which belies
activity of the school day.
'usda ,1a.1w' Q, ,f,f f, Wff.fw,w,mf.::4gfM,f1aw hff M 1:
Could We Ever Forget . . .P
Within this window-wall of the cafeteria, the students gather daily not
only for good food but for good fellowship. After-hours it serves as
a social mecca and, at times, political hall.
Mr. Houser busily checks the master schedule, While Mr
Yeatts confers with CAVALIER staff member, Gaye Dawson
in a typical informal hall conference.
nf",-4 ,1 ,H
v ll K ,.
M V 'fi
,, ay, Q
' , I
,, k si ,,
A G L 4
1 I gx f
' W HA
A ' il ,pw
W"h ffgg? 5, ,,",
A 1,,i,i,,.fAJ ,, H
, 4 V!
In 'ft is '
, X ef f
pf- , 9
, ,V -gg M, , ,V
J: Z , J ff :ffm
,,,i5k,,.i I , ,
'L mi W 'L '
11" "if I f 223W
1 Y' . ,MI H'
4 ' V
fy g '
"Right hand men" is an appropriate curriculum and student activities affords
title for Mr. Thomas P. Houser Ccenter, an invaluable contribution to the ad-
rightb and Mr, Guy K. Yeatts Cbottom, ministration of the school.
rightb. Their knowledge of the varied
In These Offices Rests
Guiding the students of George Washington High School
to maturity is the responsibility of Principal T. Christopher.
Mr. Christopher tempers his wisdom, fostered through long-term
dealings with young people, with firmness and justice.
J. T. CHRISTOPHER-Principal
B.S., College of William and Maryg M.A.,
Columbia University Graduate work beyond
a Master's Degree, University of Virginia
and Columbia University.
THOMAS P. HOUSER, Assistant Principal
B.A., University of North Carolina
M.A., University of North Carolina.
GUY K. YEATTS-Assistant Principal
B.S., Richmond Professional Institute
Graduate Work, Duke University.
That Important Decision
Annual budget, repairs, school construction, and pro-
curement of teachers are problems the ten members of
the school board try to solve. The organization provides
the tools which are necessary for the successful manage-
ment of a public school system.
The school board office is a familiar spot to all G.W.
students who are industrious and ambitious, thus needing
O. T. BONNER- Superintendent of City Schools
ERNEST G. BAXA-Administrative Axsislfznt
W. C. OVERTON-General Supervisor and Director of Research
OFF TO WORK are Susan Crane, Tim Montgomery, and Keith
Allen. First stop-School Board Office!
HOSEA E. WILSON
L. H. KERNODLE-Chairman
MRS. C. J. SCHOLLENBERGER
DR. JEFFERSON D. BEALE
W. TOWNES LEA
FRANK TALBOTT, III
J. R. DENNY, JR.
Ethel Barker Pencie Fulton Mabel Davis
A.B. M.Ed. B.S.
Helping students arrange schedules and advis-
ing prospective collegiate scholars are two of the
Guidance department's major roles in the aca-
demic life of G.W. Guidance teachers constantly
lend an understanding ear to all crises great and
small, academic and personal. They have become
experts at reducing mountains to molehills.
The educational, vocational, and personal serv-
ices of the Guidance department help the student
not only to explore opportunities open to him, but
also to better understand himself. Students are
encouraged to solve their own problems and to
make wise choices based upon an understanding
of their aptitudes, limitations, and interests.
College boards are administered each year by
the department. As a .special convenience to the
students, this department arranges for some twenty
colleges such as Mary Baldwin, University of Vir-
ginia, Duke, and William and Mary to send repre-
sentatives to G.W. As an additional service to the
student body, the guidance office places, in stra-
tegic areas in the school, displays which help stu-
dents in the choice of a career.
In addition to regular class testing, numerous tests are given to all are valuable in the guidance of students for their course of study
classes by .the guidance department during the year. These measure at G.W. and for college planning.
not only intelligence but general achievement and aptitude. They
ENCOURAGING YOUNG MINDS to
think and make decisions is part of the
guidance program. Miss Pencie Fulton,
head of the department, counsels Paul
, V K gk, I
2 alaa if J anna
me-. - y y K , 'f
, ,fm A fly-
. nnan A
MEMBERS OF THE GUIDANCE FACULTY, Mrs. Mabel Davis Cleft! and Mrs. Ethel
Barker, are beginning a bulletin board display in the guidance rooms. Students are encouraged
to come not only for personal and scholastic planning with the guidance personnel but also
201 Explore the vast fund of information in the college catalogs, bulletins and in career
GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS, Miss Williams, Miss Lamb, Mr. Linkous, and Miss Swann take
time from their busy schedules to pose for the CAVALIER photographer.
Office management and official
Library services, director
PEGGY ANNE GIBSON
RUTH BURRE LL
Cafeteria services, director
And Aid All the Way From
"Girl Fridays" are Miss Elizabeth Copeland
Ccenterb, Mrs. Inez Anderson Crightb, and
Mrs. Celia Dishman.
These Behind the Scenes
"Efficiency, patience, and endurance" seems to be the
motto of G.W.'s office staff. During the year they wade
through innumerable files, pound typewriters, and iron
out problems of both the students and the faculty.
Those shining floors C over forty acres of floor space
are swept dailyj , warm, well-ventilated rooms, and well-
kept grounds are evidences that the custodial staff are
on their toes. From early morning until late evening
they diligently make the rounds to see if anything is
amiss. There's that plea again, "Mr. Brann, please call
Blinding white, spotless rooms-no, it's not a hos-
pital but the domain of the cafeteria staff. Here weekly
menus are planned and food is prepared and served with
amazing efficiency and alacrity.
Books, books, everywhere-at least it seems that way
in G.W.'s library! Librarians and student assistants are
there to help the uninitiated get acquainted with the
Dewey decimal system.
In the midst of books, books and more books are
found the student library aides, busily helping their
classmates find just the right information for that history
report which is probably due the next period. These
members of the Library Club work during their study
hall periods checking out books and learning various
phases of library procedure. They have expert technical
training under the guidance of their sponsor, Miss Peggy
Gibson, assisted by Miss Carol Phillips.
W ---. l.
Familiar figures on the campus, as
they keep GW. clean and beautiful,
are Harry Brann, Casey Jones, David
Setliff, Joe Ferrell, and Luther Mays.
Books, books, everywhere! Mrs. Evelyn Barker, Manager
of the Textbook Rental System, directs rentals for the
entire school system, with offices at G.W.H.S. More than
fourteen thousand of these are issued to G.W. students.
LIBRARY CLUB First Row: Connie Lewis, Mary Frances Hughes, Wilborn, Miss Carol Phillips, Miss Peggy Gibson, Billie Ruth Mc
president, Mary Frances Doss, vice president, Kay Thomas, secretary, Call, Sandra Lewis, Dawn Drye, Ann Blankenship.
Ruth Ann jones, treasurer, Patsy Hazelwood, Around Desk: Dennis
THOSE EXPRESSIVE HANDS, that expressive smile belong
to Mr. Earl Greene, who directs choral activity at G.W. and
for the entire school system.
EQUALLY AT EASE in role of classroom
teacher or CAVALIER advisor is Mrs.
Evelyn Miller, fleftj who is not known
just as "Mr, Miller's wife."
Typical GW Teachers Reflect
in Their Work
THREATENING TO "PUSH THE PANIC
BUTTON," Coach Lefty Wilson declares,
"The Birds'll Feed You."
"GENIUS AT WORK" fright? might well
be the sign over 0-26, Miss Thelma Naylor's
domain as head of the math department.
. A A E
E if f
f fi 2 ot' 1 O
' ' 'oic
ff' 'If' 'xx
Enthusiasm, Scholarship, Character, Experience and Love.
,.ua.w.,,.- ,...,...,.....,.w...., , . ,
WISDOM TEMPERED WITH GENTLENESS charac-
terizes the work of the head of the social studies depart-
ment, Miss Mary Oliver.
UPUFF! PUFF! PUFF! THIS MATCH IS REALLY
TOUGH!" Mr. Mitchell, tennis coach, contemplates the
ability of his fine team.
"STRYKE" UP THE BAND with Mr. Gene Stryker!
just watch him dig into that pizza at the Men's Chorus
3, c c.. QQ'-x., ,
K is . xy
"AND THE BULL RUSHES ON" As Creative Writing
Instructor, Kenneth Miller, right, bursts forth with
another of his "fantabu1ous" puns.
LCPN if D TYk
WW K ' A: if
THE MYSTERIES OF CHEMISTRY afford some gay moments
and, of course, those gray moments! Enjoying an informal experi-
ment are: Mr. James Harris, teacher, Carol Abbott, Bob Atkins, and
DO I SMELL RUBBER BURNING? Watch out Russia! These
hardworking students are Science Club officers, Larry Aaron,
Amid test tubes, aquariums, and element tables,
aspiring young scientists probe the challenging frontier of
science. The microscopic world of the amoeba and the
hydra reveals some of nature's most fascinating and inti-
mate secrets. Formulas and experiments hold the key
to man's world of the future.
By stimulating an interest in science and by encour-
aging students to use their inherent abilities, the Science
Club, which is federated with thousands of other clubs
in Science Clubs of America, hopes to make the student
aware of his universe and to develop a desire in the
student for pursuing scientific knowledge.
Scientific ideas are brought into focus through field
trips, Bell Telephone Company films, trips to Chapel
Hill, and programs with guest speakers. In the spring
of the year the Science Fair, which is the club's most
important project, was held as usual.
NEW TRENDS IN EDUCATION continue to be the order of the
day as G.W.'s fifth TV Science class prepares to heed the teacher-
president, Jane Wiseman, vice- esid n-t, a Melinda Agee,
f ,Q , ' f " ' Q-,,,,7,
jg w 'W'-2
James Harris William Pergerson Betty Jefferson Norman Haar
M,S.g Senior Sponsor M.S.g Head, M.S.g S.C.A.g M.A.
Science Club Judiciaryg
Superior Scientific Scholarship
Test tubes are agitated, formulae perused, and equa-
tions frantically completed by would-be Einsteins in chem-
istry and physics classes, The botanists and zoologists of
tomorrow intently probe the worlds of the fungi and the
To increase and take full advantage of evident en-
thusiasm in science, the Science department has added
new courses. A Physical Science Study Committee class
in physics is being taught for the first time. This pres-
entation of physics covers more material and affords
each student opportunity for individual advancement and
Other courses now under consideration for adoption
are Chemical Bond and a class planned according to the
Biological Science Committee Study. All students are
required to take two years of science which will furnish
them with basic scientific knowledge. A solid founda-
tion is provided the students who wish to pursue a scien-
i f I
f I M
FACULTY MEMBER in charge for the day's work is Mr. Norman
SCIENTIFIC CONTEMPLATION and investigation is the order
of the day for Jeanne Abbott, senior physics student.
I' ' , ii K .. r a .
'WIC " . """. W 2 A
Marion Creech Preston McLendon joseph Kelsey Marshall Pender Jean MWC!
B.S. A.B.g M.A.T. B.A. B.S.A.
Home Ec Courses Prepare Homemakers for Livelihood
6 rr r hr
s .5 3 . P - it
2 2 - eee 1 - Q' . so
f Q g -. s . .,..,,,..,. s
1 ,.T.aee.,k..,.,fQ5L- Q K
' 2, L- N, f s,
TECHNIQUES IN MODELING as learned in Home Ec. are dem-
onstrated by Laura Connor with Gay Whitehead and Penny
Allen as a mock audience.
TEACHING THE UETIQUETTE WAY" to set the table is one
of the many functions of the Home Economics department. May
Daniels and Gail Watlington demonstrate the proper methods of
decorating the table for a meal.
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
The click of knitting needles accompanies every "chick-
party" and gab-fest. The Home Economics department, to
foster this fad, offers classes in knitting. Every Wednesday
a volunteer instructor helped the students with problems,
gave tips, and demonstrated knitting techniques.
Old picture frames, tables, and stools have been trans-
formed into new pieces of furniture. This miraculous
metamorphosis has been wrought by the girls in home eco-
nomics who have a flair for the do-it-yourself method.
Home Economics is a field of study that appeals to girls
with varied interests and abilities. It is geared to afford an
excellent preparation for homemaking. Since the home
F.H.A. MEMBERS LEARN about proper nutrition: Gail Watlington,
Clifton, Ann Boggs, Sue Gatewood, Linda Singleton, Brenda Giles.
economics background prepares a student for a career which
easily combines with hornemaking, the department em-
bodies a curriculum with this fact in mind.
At G.W. all the home economics courses afford back-
ground for many varied professional outlets: teaching, ex-
tension service, 4-H Club work, home demonstration work,
business C test kitchens, textile firms, public utility com-
paniesb, institution management, health and welfare, re-
search, and homemaking. These professions present an ex-
citing challenge to the modern woman. She can render a
service to her community and design a feeling of self-
accomplishment from her chosen field.
K Annie Laurie Sayers Elizabeth Moseley
B.S.g F.H.A. B.S.3 Chairman
Sponsorg Model-T's F.H.A. Sponsor
Paper Back Books Plague English Students
Edna M. Watts-B.A.g
Chatterboxg Quill and Scroll,
Varsity Cheerleadersg Travel Club,
Miriam Cooper-A.B. Q
Evelyn Miller-B.A.g ':'l
Business Staff, CAVALIERQ I.R.C.g 'Q' A
Quill and Scroll Vw V
Kenneth Miller-M.A.g 4 W
I.R.C.g C.T.S.g Quill and Scroll ng-
S. H. Perkinson-M.A.g V Ev
Headg F.0.0.T. Club . V ,,',
Beverly Bedsole-B.A. '
William Roller-B. S.g
Senior Sponsor W
Gladys Spangler-M.A. f
Patricia Ridge-A.B. gui,
Barbara Wilson-A.B. 5 '
X i '-an
I Il I i 'lj
Gerunds, infinitives, complex sentences, and subordinate
clauses are keys which unlock doors leading to the full en-
joyment and understanding of the English language and
literature. Silas Marner and the Merchant of Venice stimu-
late sophomore literary sensitivities. juniors explore the
rich history of American literature and venture into the
world of the essay and the short story. The ghost of Ham-
let's father and the folksy, warm characters from Canterbury
Tale: people the senior English classes.
Appraisal and revision of subject matter and of learning
activities are the guiding principles which members of the
English department strive to uphold. This effort to keep
abreast of demands made by a modern society has resulted
in innovations--in written composition, where emphasis is
on brief themes related to the study of literature and stu-
dent experiencesg and in parallel reading, where two desig-
nated books are required in each class.
The English department tries not only to provide levels
which allow individuals to develop according to their abil-
ity, but also to offer subjects such as speech, journalism and
creative writing which add scope to the knowledge ac-
quired in the regular course of study.
Additional activities which offer a special challenge to
students include philosophy of life papers for juniors, im-
promptu themes for juniors and seniors, and the special
word list on which seniors must score a minimum of 95.
,Qi ' - af!
S7 7 ' ' S '
'7 , V .
Wy 1 -1, .f
i 5 .-
, H ,
Fonda Boatwright John Pitcher-B.A. Marion Ward-B.A.g Robert Mitchell
M.A.T. Civics Club
B,A.g Tennis Civics Club
Social Studies Department
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
Social Studies teachers present subject matter which is
outlined in new texts adopted in 1961. A new feature of
course content, incorporated into eleventh grade American
history classes, is a two-weeks unit on vocational guidance
which is studied at the beginning of the course. The pur-
pose of this innovation is to correlate the Social Studies pro-
gram with the objectives of the guidance department.
The Alps of Switzerland and the rain in Spain become
more than fanciful facts and four-digit figures to students
of world geography. Fascinating epochs of the Old World
--Marco Polo's sojourn, the Crusades, the Renaissance-
are brought to life by world history instructors, not only
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First Row: Mr. Miller,
Harry Carr, pres.g Bessie Gantsoudes, v. pres.g Kathy Land, Richard
Dixon, treas.g Mrs. Miller, Second Row :Barry Koplen, Kent Swan-
son, Susan Crane, Terry Clement, Virginia Daughrityg Third Row:
Branson Isley, Jerry Perkinson, Bernadine Arnn, Teresa Berger,
through lectures but also by the use of projects and special
Courses in United States history present America's proud
heritage. Government students examine the intricate struc-
tures and processes which form essential cornerstones in
our free society. Thus they become aware of universal
events which will be the history of the future.
Grouping has been found to be effective in providing
an opportunity for a wider use of current history, for a
more comprehensive and critical analysis of editorial opin-
ions. Ninth-grade geography classes are channeled along a
three-track program, while twelfth-grade classes follow a
Sharon Tarpley, Betty Haley, Fourth Row: Albert Kushner, Mary
Beth Pretty, Steve Mays, Rocky Englishg Fifth Row: Susan Oakes,
Danny Harvey, Flinton Callahan, Gus Haliasosg Sixth Row: Steve
Salmony, Harry Flynn, Laura Connor, Danny Morrow.
aw .....,..,.,.r .. ....,,,W ...
ly if , T
Taq :I 5, !,, 7 ,,V: ,avg Y
, f f 1 I I
V' 1 LW, "Z V .4153 ,gf A ,
v"""' f . l
. , ffiff I ,
Mary Oliver-M.A.g John Kelly-B.A. David Brown--B.S.g Polly Temple-B.S. Perry Hicks-B.A.
Adopts Placement Program, New Texts
Closely correlated with the social studies department are
extra-curricular clubs organized to further students' interest
in their country and its relation to other nations. The fac-
ulty of this department serves as sponsors.
With promoting interest and understanding in national
and international affairs as its purpose, the International Re-
lations Club meets once a month in the homes of members.
Membership is limited to juniors and seniors.
Juniors must have an overall B average. Seniors must
have a B average in social studies for at least one semester.
The IRC frequently meets with other clubs for programs
of special interest.
CIVICS CLUB Sitting: Bessie Gantsoudes, treasurer, Susan Oakes,
vice-president, Steve Salmoney, president, Sharon Tarpley, secretary,
Front Row: Mr. Gusler, co-sponsor, Ellen Zimmerman, Virginia
Daughrity, Gene Touchstone, Donna Broxson, Barbara Lawton,
To instill in its members a loyalty and allegiance to
the United States of America, the symbols of its justice and
ideals, and its history and traditions, the Civics Club held
regular monthly meetings.
Among those who addressed the club were Mr. Juby
Towler, Coordinator of Civil Defense activities in Danville,
and Mr, George Anderson, assistant mayor of Danville. The
main project of the year was a Christmas party for the re-
tarded children at the Richard Smith School.
These two clubs work in cooperation with the social
studies department to develop conscientious students who
are working toward developing good citizenship.
Lawson Grant, Larry Salmony, Mac Cross, Mr. Ward, co-sponsor,
Second Row: Harry Carr, Laura Connor, Ned McConnell, Donna
Giles, Jo Ann Martin, Branson Isley.
K 5 . N
CATCH 'EM IF YOU CAN! Seniors Bobby Cathey, Gus Haliasos,
and Jane Champion, and Junior Chip Gaddy, assisted by Miss
Evelyn Hair, work diligently in their advanced math course, hav-
ing completed the math usually offered at GW, four semesters in
two, exemplifying the possibilities presented by the programmed
"i'e , .C
A :... ' X t::-. 5 :-,
. :..r "-e .
A g "-- 1
A 2-e s e .
ll uizi iiiii A in
- -e 'f - - 1-
fl. ,... t .,L., :lip
. ist i gsf N- ' 1 .
,,,, ,. , ik.
Bennie Lee Griffin--B.S.
Chief Senior Sponsor
Capital Hi-Yg Senior Sponsor
Lawrence G. Wilson-A.B.
PT'ers Progress Rapidly
The Mathematics department is building a pro-
gram geared to the student's ability and to the
high standards demanded by the space age. Two
classes in a programmed course enable the excep-
tional student to complete the regular mathe-
matics courses offered at G.W. and to continue
with college-level material.
Members of the Mathematics department are
serving as a committee which will select text-
books for grades 8-12 for state adoption. Texts
chosen by the local faculty will be voted on by
individual schools throughout the state.
Sandra Gayle Yount-B.S.
John R. Thompson-B.S.
Learning by Doing Stressed by lndustrialists
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
In the Industrial Arts classes, students work
with materials, tools, and processes indigenous
to industrial plants. They plan and construct
projects in the area of their choosing under ex-
Newly formed to complement the latest addi-
tion to the curriculum at G.W., the Industrial
Training Club is comprised of members of the
Industrial Cooperative Training program. This
program offers an opportunity for students to
train on-the-job in service, skilled, industrial, and
The objectives of the I.C.T. Club, an authorized
chapter of Diversified Occupations Clubs of
America, are the fostering of character, leader-
ship, craftsmanship, citizenship, and fellowship.
JOE EARP LEARNS by doing "under the watchful eye of Mr. Bacon."
fa lg A,
' aff' 4, W
231731152 . , 5
Egg 'fr-e. llf
if - -
John Linkous-B.S.g I.C.T.g Bernard Ladd-M.A.g Robert Boragine-M.A.g
and Roland Bacon-M.Edg Head.
MR. BORAGINE CAUTIONS Chuck Labiak and Jerry
Wyatt about the proper use of shop equipment.
INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE TRAINING Front Row: Carolyn Berry, Joyce
Beggarly, Jean Hawker, Dale Tanksleyg Second Row: Tommy Ludwick, Floyd
Keatts, Tommy Stowe, Joe jackson, Johnny Eanesg Third Row: Eddie Pearman,
Carolyn Blair, Joyce Hutcherson, James Cook, Wade Harmon, Larry Williamsg
Standingzjohn Linkous, coordinator.. .
Martha Woods - A.B.g Peggy Lamb - B.S.g G.A.A.g Ruth Gurtis
A.B.3 and Louise Wallace - B.A.g Freshman Cheerleaders.
Fitness Tests Vex
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
The Girls' Athletic Association provides spirited com-
petition in volley ball, basketball, bowling, trampoline,
badminton, and ping pong.
Games are scheduled at regular intervals affording
each student a chance to take part. Points are given
for participation in these activities. For aquisition of
95 points a letter is awarded. At the end of the year
during the Awards Assembly, trophies and recognition
are given to the outstanding participants in each activity.
Officers for 1962-63 are president, Kaye Shelton, vice
president, Rita Rea, secretary-treasurer, Linda Oakes,
reporter, Tish Henderson, and points recorder, Bonnie
Vicks. Sponsors are Mrs. Ruth Gurtis, Mrs. Martha
Woods, Miss Pat Wallace, and Miss Peggy Lamb.
Junior Gayle Powell recommendsi?7
Golff I.V. Football
LV. Footbally I.V. Basketballf As-
sistant sponsor Monogram Club,' As-
sistant sponsor A.H.S.
Headg Monogram Clubg Varsity Foot-
ballg Wrestling,' Assistant Sponsor
Track Team,' Freshman Football
Development of sound health habits for building and
maintaining physical fitness is the objective of the
physical education program. In spite of aching muscles,
students soon begin to enjoy brief Workouts which in-
crease the agility needed to participate in individual and
group sports. A spirit of friendly competition, combined
with a feeling of team cooperation, is developed to
contribute toward the student's growth to maturity. As
an accessory to the formal program, the Girls' Athletic
Association has been organized this year on a homeroom
basis. Through its activities the classroom program is
enlarged and emphasized.
tumbling for girls.
X A I
Oakes, Shelton, Rea, Henderson
A Extensive aborator Drill Enhances
Spanish Club, president
. - 'Wx'
French Club, president
German Club, president
An interest in the civilization of the countries whose
languages are being studied has necessitated the forma-
tion of extracurricular language clubs. These specialized
groups supplement facts accumulated through work in
the classroom with a specialized study of a particular
country: its history, its people, its customs.
Assuming the semblance of a Junior Chamber of
Commerce, the French Club initiated correspondence
with mayors of numerous French cities. Individual club
members exchanged information on Danville for similar
information on French cities. This was used in compiling
a scrapbook on France.
FRENCH CLUB First Row: Peggy Moran, Janet Snead, Robert
Cleveland, Second Row: Virginia Daughrity, David Self, Bonnie
Vicks, Martha Garris, Doris Hazelwood, Third Row: Susan Crane,
Nat Clement, Teresa Berger, Penny Allen, Celia Worshamg Fourth
Row: Bob Robertson, Kennon Barksdale, Carol Sparks, Mary Alice
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
The echoes of "Habla usted espanol?", "Ave atque valen,
"Parlez-vous francais?", and "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?" re-
sound through the classrooms of George Washington High
School. The number of students taking two languages sim-
ultaneously and the large total enrollment are evidences of
the keen interest of students who are studying foreign lan-
guages in more than 30 classes.
Courses in French, Latin, Spanish, and German enable
the student to better understand the environment, historical
background, and culture of other peoples.
In the advanced Latin classes, an historical insight into
the classical world of Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil makes the
student aware of his cultural heritage. The training in
grammar during the first and second years builds a solid
foundation not only for a study of Latin literature, but also
for better comprehension of English and of the Romance
Classroom instruction for the modern languages is sup-
plemented by required practice in the language laboratory.
This aural-oral approach to speech at G.W. has proved an
effective means of increasing the ability of the student to
understand and to communicate intelligently in the lan-
guage which he is studying.
Films, art reproductions, music, maps, supplementary
reading materials, pen pals, and club activities further im-
plement the aims of the Foreign Language department: to
broaden the horizons of the student, to present the classical
tradition as reflected in our everyday livingg and to help
make each student an integral part of a world which, is
becoming ever smaller.
Johnson, Fifth Row: Becky Gobbel, Bernadine Arnn, Jackie Sheri-
dan, Ellen Zimmerman, Lea Dunglinson, Jane Wiseman, Sixth
Row: Jimmy Martin, Billy Nye, Tony Gardiner, Roy Oweng Stand-
ing: Albert Kushner, vice-president, Terry Clement, treasurer, Jane
Champion, president, Jeanne Abbott, secretary.
Modern Foreign Language Program
Lating English, Senior Sponsor
Lating Ovi-Capita, Quill and Scrollg
Editorial Staff, CAVALIER
Spanish, Englishg Spanish Clubg
French, French Club
Margaret Kushner-B.A. L
German, Frenchg German Club my
SPANISH CLUB Sitting: Langston Denny, Peggy Queen, treas-
urerg Roslyn Adkins, secretaryg Singleton Collins, vice-presidentg
Reis Wally Second Row: Beth Winstead, Frances Glidewell, Caro
lyn Allen, Fran Elliott, Pat Wells, Patty jackson, Thea Friedman,
Jo Ann Wingfield, Frank Washburn, Larry Haulsee, Johnny Bar-
Spanish Club members participated in a tape exchange
program with Spanish speaking countries. Tapes in
Spanish, cut by G. W.-ites relating the customs of our
country and depicting school life in the United States,
were sent to other countries. They in turn reciprocated
by sending similar tapes to Danville.
ker, Miss Sink, Third Row: Bobbye Raye Ingram, Vicky Gardner,
Linda Gilbert, Beverly Motley, Ann Daniels, Anne Boggs, Faye
Hoskins, Smokey Chattin, Larry Hardy, Keith Sandridge, Ken Rob-
OVI-CAPITA QLATIN CLUBD Seated: Susan Oakes, sect.g Harvey
Krasny, Sandra Stritcher, Terry Clement, pres., Maria Scott, Connie
Elliott, Virginia Daughrity, v. pres.g Rocky English, treas. Suzanne
Swanson, Jackie Colemang Second Row: Danny Cox, Berkley
Richardson, Ronald MacClintock, Flinton Callahan, Laura Watldns,
Jane Wiseman, Carole McClanahan, Jane Mrsella, Patricia Phelps,
Sharon Daniels, Tish Henderson, Ellen Zimmerman, Alan Lewis,
Branson Isley, junior v. pres.g jo Ann Martin, Mary Beth Pretty.
junior program chairman, Third Row: Richard Martin, Carol
Searcy Kathrine Keeling, Pam Harvey, jack Thomson, Danny
Harvey, Lynn Willeford, Eugene Rumney.
Students Explore Classical, Modern Languages
Through G.W.'s Latin Club, Ovi-Capita, students are
relating the culture, literature and philosophy of the past
with the present, Club members discovered that Latin,
both its history and its grammar, is related to our every
day lives in surprising and countless ways. A recognition
of the value of the classical authors in all fields of the fine
GERMAN CLUB Standing: jack Bagby, Gus Haliasos, pres.g
Barry Koplen, Steve Mays, vice-pres.g Teresa Berger, Dot Bowden,
treas., Kent Swanson, Tommy Shore, David Baxa, Ronald McClin-
arts was obtained not only in the classroom but through
Present-day Germany does not seem so remote to Ger-
man Club members. A vicarious trip to the country with
which they had become familiar, through the study of its
language, was undertaken via films, telling Germany's
story and depicting the lives of its people.
tock, Brooks Greene, Louis Goodson. Silting: Joyce Mays, Peggy
Bercaw, Keith Allen, Penny Wilmoth, Harry Carr, Beverly Dunn.
as I 2 l
1 , 1
Fine Arts Inspire Fine
The Fine Arts department encourages artistically and
musically inclined students to develop their own talents and
to make contributions to the cultural life of the community.
All Danville citizens are invited to attend the Fine Arts
Festival and concerts given by the band and chorus.
The bands, cadet and varsity, increase school spirit by
playing at all games, pep rallies and assembly programs.
The band, majorettes, Kiltie Korps, and Letter Girls partici-
pate in parades and rallies and perform at the Apple Blos-
som and Dogwood Festivals of the state.
This year the chorus is leading group singing in addi-
tion to the usual formal programs. A male chorus has been
organized to supplement the two regular choral groups.
Members of the chorus take part in The Messiah, city-wide
Art students make posters, aid in painting stage sets,
and supply illustrations for publications. The members of
the art classes exhibit at the Fair, Sidewalk Show, and for
other organizations. They also enter the Virginia Forests
Poster Contest and The Scholastic Art Awards competition.
Powder, paint, and hard work are the by-words of aspir-
ing young actors and actresses who express themselves by
assuming the characteristics of fanciful and factual persons.
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," this year's senior play,
in its title calls to mind the enthusiasm and sincerity which
drama students bring to their undertakings.
Earl Greene-B.M.E.g Mixed Chorus, Girls Chorusg Men's Chorus
Lucile Walton-M.A.g chairman, Sponsor National Honor Society
Eugene Stryker-M.A.g Bandg Kiltie Korps
K .. . sz unsg q
A A i A
N- ee- . ,. '
A A - sssr
:',. Q, ,,.,.. up ZS:
Josephine Estes Dorothy Fitzgerald
A.B.g Forensics A.B.gDramatics
PLAY READING PRECEDES PRODUTION as these dramatics fordg Standing: jo Ann Martin, Dolores Scarce, Sherry Haraway,
students go over their lines. Seated: Faye Hoskins, Lynn Wille- Penny Turner, Becky Gobbel, Margaret Burks.
Debating activities at G.W.H.S. are directed by Mr.
VARIOUS ASPECTS OF CHRISTMAS as interpreted by G.W
art students are being arranged by Celia Perkins and Dennis Shep-
herd. These student "masterpieces" serve not only to expose po
tential artists but also to brighten "ye old hallsf,
Students Excel Through
Thomas P. Houser, with the informal December meet-
ings to organize culminating in participation in the April
Western District Forensic Meet. Affirmative and Nega-
tive cases are developed in practice debates prior to the
district contest Winners in the district take part in the
State Forensic Meet in Charlottesville in May.
DEBATING TEAM Standing: Mr. T. P. Houser, Jr., Advisor,
Jimmy Martin David Baxag Seated: Wilma Kendrick, Mike Sal-
mon Brooks Greene, Joan Vincent, Bruce Kushner, Ronald
CADET BAND Front Center: Car
ol Floyd. First Row: Tommy Dickens,
Neal Gregory, Bobbie Hays, Larry
Brooks, Steve Willis, Artie Edwards,
jim Paul, Sam Stryker, Danny Ad-
kins. Second Row: Bill Wentz, Jim-
my Walton, josey Gauldin, Allen
Furguson, Steve O'Neil, Roger Cow-
an, Odell Jarvis, Kim Meeks, Brenda
Harris, Dick Thomson, Donnie Crane,
Robert Vasold, Victor Dorsett. Tbird
Row: George Henderson, Mark
Brann, David Baker, Pat Everett,
Harold Merricks, Dusty Pugh, Mike
Wirtington, Arthur Carter, Jimmy
Beaton, Jerry Ray. Back Row: Larry
Smith, Dwain McGregor, Charles Zu-
fall, Michael Albright, Larry Payne,
Maurice Oakes, Mike McDowell, Rod
Snead, Larry Heldreth, Cleo Fleming,
Dianne Russell, Lee Ann Broome,
Claudia Mitchell, Betsy Harris, Linda
McDaniel, Buddy Hornaday, Don
E r ' s
1 S girl
"BUT I CAN'T SWIM!" Emily CKathy Landl practices being afraid of
water as Leo fRobert Brooks? and Cornelia fPeggy Moranb look on.
These three were stars in the Senior Play, Our Heart: Were Young and Gay.
Gpportunities, Facilities in Fine Arts
"I.ET'S TAKE IT IN A LITTLE HERE," says Miss Fitz costuming William
Taylor for his role in The Taming of the Shrew.
NEW FRONTIERS IN FINE ARTS are explored graphically by Virginia
Daughrity and Janet Snead who have been busy writing CAVALIER copy
for the fine arts department and organizations.
THE MUSIC MAN PROCEEDS go to the band in the
form of a sizable check presented to Mr. Eugene Stry-
ker by Bill Martin, with bandsman David Lodge look-
ing on in hopes he may soon be wearing one of the
new uniforms purchased through civic organizations
cooperating with the school. The Varsity Band and
the Barbershop Singers jointly sponsored The Music
Man in Danville in early fall.
THE MIXED CHORUS patiently awaits the concert time. Back
Row: Martha Payne, Anne Bateman, Dianne Bowen, Dale Rakes,
Cathy Coleman, Penny Turner, Ann McBrayer, Robin Burrell,
Linda Bragg, Nancy Hankins, Frances Loftis, Vickie Darnell, Viki
Scearce, Bonnie Dalton, Betty jean Coffey. Middle Row: Butch
Meadows, Rhoda Bettertan, Lester Richardson, Chris Thompson,
John Roberts, Connie Elliott, Robert Hawkins, Dianne Thigpen,
Eddie Willis, Shirley Martin, Linda Matkins, Carolyn Ferguson,
Shirley Kilgore, Glenda Carter, Mary DeHaven, Linda McDaniel,
Ellen Turner, Carol Young, Anne Mitchelle, Libby Heffinger, Judy
Holmes. First Row: Julian Johnson, Butch Brown, Gene Price, Neal
Jackson, Tim Montgomery, Wayne Hilliard, Sheryl Brown, Betty
Strader, Charlene Searcey, janet Snead, Ann Atkins, Brenda Hender-
son, Sheryl Willis, Glenda Williams, Phyllis McCubbins.
Choruses and Drama Department
WHERE'S MR. GREENE? The looks on the faces of these Mixed
Chorus officers reveal that they must know the answer: Tim Mont-
gomery, presidentg Butch Brown, vice-president, Phyllis McCubbins,
secretaryg and Wayne Hilliard, treasurer.
MIXED CHDRUS officers and chairmen put
their heads together and work to keep the
group organized and running smoothly. They
are: Back Row: Libby Heffinger, librarian,
Tim Montgomery, president, Butch Brown,
vice-president, Robin Burrell, choir mother,
Phyllis McCubbins, secretary, Ann Bateman,
choir mother. Front Row: Sheryl Willis, librar-
iang Ellen Turner, assistant secretary, Julian
Johnson, podium committee, Wayne Hilliard,
treasurer, Eddie Willis, podium committee.
"There's music in the air" as G. Wfs three choruses re-
hearse to improve the beauty and quality of their musical
Men's Chorus, organized primarily as a social group,
provides a means of self-expression for boys who enjoy
singing. Meeting after school, the group practices for
assemblies, community programs, and school functions.
Girls' Chorus introduces its members to a world of
melodic sounds. Open to all girls at G. W., the chorus,
which performs for civic clubs and assemblies, also partici-
pates in the District Festival where its members are judged
on the quality of their work.
Perfecting the art of singing is the goal of the Mixed
Chorus. They present selections from the finest in choral
literature and perform in Christmas and spring concerts.
Members are sent to All-State Chorus. This chorus also
participates in the District Festival.
i , i
. 5 In 1
' 1 M cgi f
THE GIRLS' CHORUS holds on-stage rehearsal for a school
assembly. First Row: Charleen Byrd, Jane Rawley, Susan Overby,
Janet Arnold, Brenda Bousman, Barbara Barrett, Myrtice Bedwell,
Brenda Norton, Jackie Kimmel, Beth Sowers, Zandra Clark, Second
Row: Linda Burke, Nelia Gregory, Val Taylor, Libby Taylor, Jo
Ann Burton, Linda Sizer, Toni Meadows, Brownye Coward, Brenda
Harris, Sheila Carlton, Judy Daltong Third Row: Mary Ellen John-
"SING ALONG WITH RON!" Chorus members gather around
the piano for a song fest after a performance. Mr. Ronald Cockrill
rendered his professional services for various choral concerts,
especially the Christmas programs. Chorus members present are
Ann Bateman, Linda Matkins, Brenda Bousman, Nelia Gregory,
Carol Young, Anne McBrayer, Jane Overby, Glenda Carter, Gen-
evieve Green, Connie Elliott, Toni Meadows, Mary Ellen Johnson.
"BIG FIVE" of the Girls' chorus pose in a natural setting, the
stage curtain. Seated: Jo Anne Burton, president, Libby Taylor,
vice-president, Standing: Susan Overby, assistant secretary, Earlene
Gerrenger, secretaryg Jeanie Kitchen, treasurer.
son, Jeanie Kitchen, Louise Knick, Margaret Turner, Lois Brandt,
Mary Ann Phelps, Pat McCullom, Beverly Stovall, Pam Isom, Jayne
Wentz, Pam Walker, Faye Hoskins, Susie Edmundsg Fourth Row:
Genevieve Green, Earlene Gerringer, Becky Spicer, Also Pictured:
Judy Smith, Roberta Havens, Linda Booth, Betty Bradley, Shirley
Bumpass, Allison Scarboro.
wgnwwfs elf few- ' zen ya' me at '
Z - 1
MR. CHRISTOPHER SAID, "No MAJORETTES Carolyn Campbell Jackie Sheridan Janice Boyd co head Mary Alice Johnson
skirts above the knees!" Head Kiltie, co-head, Brenda Vaughn Kitty Rickman
Sarah Bruce, checks Becky Crutch-
Parades, P1zza, Chocolate Cand Sales
KILTIE KORPS Center: Sarah Bruce, head, First
Row: Kay Shelton, Margaret Hancock, Pat Brown,
Dale Terry, Brenda Talley, Terry Harris, Gay Van
Hook, Second Row: Nancy Shelton, Jeanne Cassada,
Pat Edwards, Mary Ellen Walker, Carolyn Hill, Fay
Moorefield, Val Taylor, Third Row: Brenda Heady,
Marilyn Gowin, Nancy Hall, Iris Hicks, Judy Tate,
Billie Faye Brothers, Fourth Row: Becky Crutchfield,
Carol Turner, Cathy Thompson, Roslyn Atkins, Pat
Franks, Florence T hompkins, Patsy Stryker, Fifth Row:
Brenda Price, Geraldine Sipe, Linda Van Oot, Cynthia
Hopkins, Louise Norton, Sixth Row: Kerry Campbell,
Becky Toler, Sandra Keen, Sylvia Hornaday, Shirley
Clifton, Annette Clark, Margie Howell.
Danny Morrow Brenda Vaughn
Student Director Secretary-Treasurer
Garnett Walker Dennis Shepherd
H3 'is " ml
2 1' W U
1. 2 , x V
w 5, X Mi, 5 5 in
I H we
g y VV, g
if we M
' 1 ph- . .
2 'W 4.
if" .5 '
: f ,I f ,A 9'
mv ,,.,,., an V f WW
'I Q if, WX ,
it A f sa
M r f it Wa fa' 5 Q ii 'V f '2 i
U ii I 5 3 ,Q M i
L 5 Q ii .1 digit
5 l I Q i ,ii
4 Ns! ,. gi, g ,,
, L 1 i, Q ai, - .
, M LK' 4 wifi
LETTERGIRLS LEND LEVITY! Fran Elliott, Sandra Barrick, Bonnie Brown, Nan Elliott.
Call to Mind Extensive Band Activities
"One, two-one, two, three-one, two, three, four. Let's
go!" Every fall morning-cold or otherwise-found the
77 members of the Varsity Band in formation on the field.
Practice makes perfect, and so were the half-time shows
executed by the boys in red stocking caps. Primarily a
marching band, the group doubles as a concert band,
combining the brass, woodwinds and percussion in three-
four as well as two-four time.
Following four girls bearing the letters of the school
and five "highsteppers," G.W.'s Varsity Band partici-
pated in several local parades and presented half-time
shows at two out-of-town football games, The first week
in February, the band was host to the District VI All
State Bands, a highlight of the year's activity.
Close behind the band were ,forty-three girls in bril-
liant kilts, well-trained in their intricate routines, G.W.'s
own Kiltie Korps!
Having been tagged as G.W.'s "Ragtime Band," the
boys went all out to raise funds for new uniforms by
selling "cool school stools." The band and Danville's
Barbershop Singers jointly sponsored "The Music Man"
in Danville in early fall. G.W.'s share went into the
fund. Interested Danville citizens and other groups got
behind the movement to push for success. A chocolate
candy sale and a pizza party swelled the fund.
VARSITY BAND Mr. Eugene Stryker, directorg First Row:
Joe Cawley, Sandy Taylor, Eugene Rumney, Charles Hudson,
Allen Lewis, Eddy Mise, Danny Morrow, Wayne Brann, Carroll
Grant, Dennis Shepherd, Second Row: Mike Hughes, Keith Rim-
mer, Robert Dorr, Burt Sparks, Page Foster, Donald Dameron,
Bill Albright, Reis Wall, Jimmy Jeffress, Chip Calischg Third
Row: jerry Giles, George Smith, Bobby Adkins, David Lodge,
Billy Corn, Mary Kaye Hoskins, George Edwards, Tommy Bailey,
Bo Turner, Fourth Row: Scott Cowin, Ernie Dickens, Howard
Scarboro, Sheryl Farthing, Roger Matthews, David Cooper, Jack
Thompson, Wayne Bryan, Betty Ingram, jimmy Fraling Fifth
Row: George Parrish, Billy Shelton, Bob Elliott, Bill Cawley,
Bob Hudgins, Doug Colbert, Clyde Davis, Judy Southern, Billy
Hall, David Goode.
Thirty N me
VOCATIONAL OFFICE TRAINING Kneeling: Wayne Mc-
Dowell Fzrst Row, Jimmy Walker, Jackie Myer, v. pres., Helen
Lewis Vicki Robertson, pres., Nancy Webb, Louise Parsons, Mr.
Byrnside Second Row: Sylvia Warren, Betty Berry, Nancy
Terry sect treas.g Faye Moorefieldg Third Row: Bonnie Mc-
Intyre Virginia Young, Barbara Davis.
STUDENT SECRETARIES serve as teachers' aides and gain
invaluable experience. Under the direction of Mr. Clyde
Hackney, the program has proven indispensable for both
faculty and the would-be secretaries. It is now in its fourth
year, giving the business student an opportunity to put into
practice skills and knowledge acquired in the classroom.
First Row: Linda Crider, Faye Daniel, Margie Howell,
Busy Fingers, Busy Minds
Stud Modern Machines
Designed as a vocational course, Business Education
also offers a background course for students who plan to
major in business in college. Increased enrollments and
additional class offerings for both credit and non-credit
are evidences of the growing interest in business skills.
Students in Vocational Office Training receive class-
room instruction plus "on the job experience."
Dorothy Matherlyg Second Row: Bernice Joyce, Carolyn
Scearceg Standing: Pat Jones, Ellen Smith, Patricia Jefferson,
Gloria Lucado, Lea Wilson, Ruth Ann Dowdy, Anne Lewis,
Linda Saunders, Brenda McGill, Betty Gammon, Shirley
Wells, Pat Salmon, Gay Hudgins, Faye Kirks, Brenda Giles,
Linda Sides, Mr. Hackney.
- V if '
L4 K' "W I V :ji , , 9 I
, ,.,, .Xi 3 was 5 5
, 1 , ' ,gf
flee. L .1
O. J. Byrnside, jr.-M.S.
V.O.T., Cavalier Hi-Y
William M. Gabbel-M.Ed.
Paula Ann Franklin-B.S.
Annie Mae Williams-B.S.
Nan St. John-B.S.
Chief Junior Sponsor
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB
The D.E. Club had a successful and rewarding year
Several prominent businessmen, in the field of distribu
tion, spoke to the club. A fund raising project was con
ducted in the fall to raise money for a Christmas dance.
The club chose, as its professional project, the selection
of a "Boss of the Month." In February the club members
attended a district convention at E.C. Glass High School
in Lynchburg for contests, programs, and entertainment.
Slimaxing events was an employer-employee banquet
where the members invited their bosses to dinner.
WAYNE McGUIRE, ONE OF THE SCHOOL STORE EM-
PLOYEES, seems to enjoy selling candy as well as the many
other items which the store carries. It is operated by the
D.E. CLUB OFFICERS Standing:
Larry Elliott, treasurer, Danny
Rakes, parliamentariang Lin Scott, re-
porterg Seated: Gerald Moran, presi-
dentg Wayne Anderson,, Vice-
president, Sybil Barber, secretary.
2 1 , 2 ,, ,,
'W' 51 ' ,
. ,,, . mp,
- 5 353, .
5 , Xsfgggsiffiifgsm, -
we I wfzssmsggr ffsg
, ...f .SQA W W M
WAITING FOR THEIR RIDE are Mary Alice Johnson, Bessie Gant- BUSY SCHEDULE FOR THE CHEERLEADERS includes
soudes, Penny Allen, Judy Martin, and Gus Haliasos, representatives to not only drills and planning sessions before the school
Boys' and Girls' State. year begins but often paper work as well. Frannie Lara-
more and Donna Broxson are "cutting up!"
aff A I ' in M,n.,y,.,,se,,s W
ROUGH, READY AND RARIN' TO GO-Joel Deboe, Larry Patton, Freddie Hughes and Mike Boul-
ware prepare to face those football practice sessions of the summer.
Eager, Loyal Scholars Answer
School Bell's Early, Early Toll
THE EAGER UPI JUNIORS AND FRESHMEN returned to school a
week early for tests.
WHICH IS THE DUMMY? These hard working CAVALIER staff
members started work in summer with the publisherls representative, and
it looks as though they continued into the night. Around the table are:
janet Snead, Gaye Dawson, Jeanne Abbott, Mr. Charles Perry CHunter
representativeh, Tim Montgomery, Sarah Bruce, Susan Crane, and Terry
Clement. Virginia Daughrity worked so hard at it that she was sick when
the photographer arrived!
"COULD THEY HAVE BOUGHT all the Latin books?,'
Mary Beth Pretty and Sarah Bruce Crightj worked during
the summer as student assistants in the G.W.H.S. book
CHOW TIME appetites were keen after G. Wfs teachers
had finished part of their preliminary planning prior to the
opening of school. They've invaded the students' domain it
ts., ' ' A t ,gg
, sVMzW'M'W5W .
Ll- .A N- 5-
55535 ' i- .
"JUST ANOTHER FIVE MILES," sighs Johnny johnson during the
Christmas parade inote the stocking caps!7
TO WHOM DOES THAT HAND BELONG which is about to
drown Susan Crane at one of the three new water fountains?
Your CAVALIER gives you mystery, too.
As the Day Progresses-
"om WHAT 1 JUST SWALLOWED!" gasps Kathy Cochrane.
N as Eid , , , W'
S I: 2 Q if rw I X
"I BET I'LL CATCH HIM skipping again" could be the idea behind
Mrs. Emily Williams' broad grin as she pursues her duties as office
assistant during a non-teaching period.
Mr. Bluster Was Here!!!
WHO SMELLS SMOKE ON THE SECOND FLOOR? These G. W. stud
ents did not wait to find out as smoke poured thru the hallowed halls
RM r. '
wi' O xx
hflba. A' Yi ,f-, 7,1
f in s ,
Sherry Haraway Barry Koplen
sponsored by sponsored by
Key Club I.R.C.
'TIS THE MIDST of the ole eight-hour shift! Christopher Lane
and Canterbury Road is quiet only prior to 8:00 A.M. and after
' 4:00 P.M.
. 0 ,oy.
,yo W.. .,,.m,,..m,,,..,, ' 1 'iv'
'-- - -f--- 1 ------- - .nf ,. ,,., ,.,, . - . me 1
A ,H V ,y H, H V,-,
. gjg- -IQ lv 1 1 , .. :i gy Q- g
0 0. .ffinmigm mfwmr . , W so E, 1 '- '5 5 f 4- L . fu, -A 7 "" f'Y4....Lf." "' 'ff S " 4 "
, f, :npr ' . ' v- -' if-E .. - MT' Aja- 'UWM :Wm fo l ...bw . A H A
V y..,f2!:W' 4:5 - ,m e s , 'V , . '
,L,1'gz4wQeff f-f' " ' 951'
1 0 :W-' ,rfrr
' i 1
. , . , ,Eh , - ,i1-,lA ,L.r ,rig ,
f . ,V .
Mary Alice Johnson
. fe, s i
'fp e 1
,K gs. f
David Tate Bessie Gantsoudes
sponsored by sponsored by
Key Club Civics Club
THE FRONT PORCH SELDOM looks as deserted as Terry Clem-
ent and Larry Hardy find it.
THE IDEALISM BEHIND the cov
ered D.A.R. award is bespoken by
this silhouette of Penny Allen, who
was named for this honor by faculty
Senior Accomplishments Reflect
UNCLE SAM WANTS YOU' Could Danny Mor-
row, first place winner in prose reading at the
State Forensic Meet, be reading a recruiting poster?
THE TOP TEN girls scholas-
tically in the senior class are
annually honored by being des-
ignated as junior University
Women by the Danville branch
of the American Association of
University Women. They are
presented to the A.A.W. at a
special program in the spring.
Seated: Frannie Laramore, Susan
Oakes, Jane Champion, Teresa Ber-
ger, jeanne Abbottg Standing: Su-
zanne Swanson, Ruth Ann Dowdy,
Bessie Gantsoudes, Susan Crane, Ab-
sent: Janet Snead.
CONGRATS! Mr. Chris rec-
ognizes outstanding achieve-
ment in choral work as he
congratulates selected members
of All-State Chorus: Eddie
Willis, Neal Jackson, Brenda
Henderson, Connie Elliott, Tim
4 , ,,,,,, 5
"HOW ABOUT A SPOT
OF TEA?" beams Peggy
Moran, winner of the Betty
Crocker "Homemaker of To-
PRACTICING HIS PROSE,
Albert Kushner, winner of
the "Hire the Handicapped"
essay contest, sits happily at
his clipboard-ready to win
,if R 2
X 'Bi Xia ,Q ,
Q W' N
gy ,gf A ,ML
2 En, 2 SEE A'
2 'wir ""
LOOKING OVER PROSPECTIVE
COLLEGES are recipients of NMSQT
recognition Kathy Land, S usan
Oakes, Rocky English, and Janet
Snead, seated, and Harry Carr, Dan-
ny Morrow, Jane Champion, Gus Ha-
liasos, and Jeanne Abbott, standing.
The Big Book Takes on
THEY'RE NOT FOOLING US! It's
not that simple to put out the CAV-
ALIER, Virginia-or to finance it,
"Where's the copy paper?" This constant riddle beset
the CAVALIER staff on more than one occasion. If some-
one weren't eating it, where was it going? The mystery
was easily solved. Tons and tons of it for so it seemed
to the typists!J were used for department write-ups, page
dividers, identifications, and student activities.
"Hold that pose!" CAVALIER photographers scurried
here and there hoping to catch GWites "doing what comes
naturally." And as you go through the book, you can see
that they frequently did just that.
"Let's give it the ole one, two." Members of the edi-
torial staff gritted their teeth and tackled their tasks. Senior
statistics were compiled, pictures were identified and copy
assignments were followed through.
With the advertising deadline at October 51, 1962, the
CAVALIER business staff wheeled around town, visiting
nearly all of Danville's business establishments with their
trusty ad contracts, '62 CAVALIERS, and a bright,
"Wouldn't you like to advertise in the 1963 G.W.H.S.
annual?" Evidence of their daily progress was recorded on
a chart which was hung to stimulate initiative.
"Off the press!" At the end of a sometimes trying, but
immensely rewarding year, members of both staffs felt a
warm inner glow because they had given the best of their
time, energy, and creativity to present a true view of their
BILLS GO OUT to Danville mer-
chants from Beth Saul and Dale
Terry, members of the business staff
of the CAVALIER.
IT TAKES MORE THAN
PLAY money to put out the
CAVALIER! So declare
Donna Broxson, left, Mike
Shoffner and Sharon Tarp-
the "New Look" for '65
Since G.W, has an enrollment of more than 2000 stu-
dents and some 100 teachers and administrative officers, the
CAVALIER staff felt that the task of putting out a year-
book was too great for one or even two editors. With this
idea in mind, an Editorial Board was created.
Each editor had a major area of responsibility. Those
assigned key positions and pictured at right were: Mrs.
Henry D. Lea, sponsor of editorial staff, Mrs. Kenneth M.
Miller, sponsor of business staff, Virginia Daughrity, chair-
man of the editorial board, Janet Snead, copy editor, Sarah
Bruce, statistical editor, Third Row: Jeanne Abbott, club
and photography editor, Suzanne Swanson, student life edi-
tor, Susan Crane, faculty editor, Terry Clement, class edi-
tor, Tim Montgomery, sports editor, Bottom Row: Laura
Connor, advertising manager, Frannie Laramore, business
manager, Gaye Dawson, composition editor.
Senior editorial assistants were Alice Clement and David
Morris and the following seniors, juniors, and sophomores
worked in various capacities: Mary Frances Clifton, Becky
Crutchfield, Gloria Lucado, Betty Berry, Glen Scarboro,
Janice Hunt, York Winston, jackie Coleman, jo Ann Mar-
tin, Donna Parrot, Mike Salmon, Susan Thompson, Susan
Oakes, Sharon Daniels, Verla Henderson, Judy Lucado, Jane
Marsella, Pat Phelps, Mary Beth Pretty, Sarah Bass, Maria
Scott, Laura Watkins, Eugene Rumney, Penny Allen, jack
Bagby, Sara Strader, Cathy Thompson, Jack Thomson,
Steve Salmony, Charlotte Meadors, Larry Hardy, Harvey
Krasny, and Bernice Joyce.
Planning advertising, carrying out the subscription cam-
paign, and sponsoring such activities as the Mr. and Miss
G.W. Contest and the Student-Faculty basketball game
were supervised by the business staff including Donna Brox-
son, Mike Shoffner, Dale Terry, Keith Allen, Brooks
Greene, Walker Lea, and Beth Saul.
Q -Q' F
. , ,X Wi
. QR. s gt p Q, he 1 : K,
.Q A, K ,
Engrossed in their work,
the editorial staff of the
CAVALIER is hard at work
to produce "the best year-
book yet." Seated: Bernice
Joyce, Virginia Daughrity,
Snead Sarah Bruce
Janet , ,
Gaye Dawson, Terry Clem-
ent, Suzanne Swanson, Su-
san Crane, Gloria Lucado:
Standing: Alice Clement,
Tim Montgomery, David
Morris, Jeanne Abbott.
C O A C H I N G T H E
SOPHO MORE BOYS
Brooks Greene, Walker
Lea, and Keith Allen,
Laura Conner looks for
. ..,. S - . ,js p
. V Q
... 'fa :fi A
SMILES ARE THE ORDER of the day for
Mr. Guy Yeatts as they view another fine issue off the press.
GROUP FROM EDITORIAL STAFF First
Row: Jane Wiseman, Vickie Gardner, Judy
Martin, Marsha Cogginsg Second Row: Kitty
johnson, jane Barrett, Jo Ann Wingfieldg
Third Row: Julian Johnson, Flinton Cal-
ournalists Meet Deadlines,
"Get that story!" Reporters dash away determined
to corner another news scoop. In the pressroom the layout
is finished and rushed to the printers.
This bustling scene is enacted over and over again
as former journalism students publish bi-weekly The
Chatterbox. Continuing 40 years of writing excellence,
The Chatterbox, which is ranked as one of the foremost
papers in the nation, offers varied features, school news,
editorials and pictures portraying every aspect of school
The Chatterbox has been awarded the All-American
Honor Rating given by the National Scholastic Press
Association, the Quill and Scroll Award, the CSPA Med-
alist Award given by Columbia University, the Inter-
national Honor Rating and the Gallup Award from
Quill and Scroll, the Trophy of the Southern Interscho-
lastic Press Association given by the Virginia Press As-
sociation, and the winner rating of the Virginia High
BUSINESS STAFF Front Row: Ran-
dy Nickols, Kitty Penn Fuller, Sandra
Burrell, Billie Sue Baker, Connie El-
liott, Second Row: Bonnie Vicks,
Barbara jo Lawton, Patsy Carter,
Nancy Shelton, Wilma Kendrick,
ii 4-L .E . -
Continue to Cop Honors
Co-Editors ............,...,.....,....,. Harry Carr, Kathy Land
Managing Editor ..... ..,.........,..,..... T eresa Berger A MM
Assistants ,.,..,.,.. ,.., L ea Dunglinson, Celia Worsham ' '
Sports Editor .........,....,,.........,,..,...,. Winston Aron
Assistants ......,......,....................,. Flinton Callahan,
Don Mclver, Frankie Washburn, Julian Johnson
Club Editors ...,.....,........... Vickie Gardner, Leah Gilliland
Exchange Editors .... ....,....... S teve Mays, Jo Ann Wingfield
Columnists ..............,.........,.........,.... jane Barrett,
Danny Harvey, Danny Morrow, Judy Williams
News and Feature Writers .,......,...........,.... Jane Barrett,
Carolyn Campbell, Jane Champion, Marcia Coggins,
Roger Cook, Kitty johnson, Judith Martin,
Steve Mays, Jane Wiseman
Photographers ...,.....,,.,....... Bob Robertson, York Winston I
Typists ,...,..,...., Sandra Burrell, Connie Elliott, Bonnie Vicks
Business Manager ,.,,.,..,... ........ ,.,.. . .,,.. Be tt ye Slayton at
Assistant ....,,.......,.............,,........ Cora Ann Smith "FLW 'Ta'-" ,l og
Co-Advertising Managers ,.,,..... jimmy Martin, Brenda Vaughn 'S' 2
Assistants ..,,......,....... Kitty Penn Fuller, Barbara Jo Lawton ' H
Co-Circulation Managers .,....... Billie Sue Baker, Nancy Shelton HARRY CARR AND KATHY LAND Plan layout with the ever,
Assistants """"""""'""'4'A-' Patsy Carter, 1?-andy Nlchfds faithful glue pot much in evidence. What profound statement is
Business Staff ,.............,.. Doug Burkholder, Wilma Kendrick forthcoming, Harry?
Editorial ,... .,.,,.....,...,.....,,..., M rs. Edna Watts
Business ...,... ,.......,..... . ,,,....,........ M r. Guy Yeatts
PART OF EDITORIAL STAFF STOPS
for pose. First Row: Sandra Burrell, Con-
nie Elliott, Celia Worsham, Teresa Berger,
Second Row: jane Champion, Leah Gilli-
land, Roger Cook, Bob Robertson, Third
Row: Steve Mays, Don Mclver, Danny
Harvey, Winston Aron.
ALSO RUNNING FOR PRESS CLUB
PRESTIGE is ye ole Green Duck, as
club officers pose for "the birdie"
Cnot the duck!J : Teresa Berger, presi-
dent, left, Nancy Shelton, vice-presi-
dent, Steve Mays, treasurer, and Jane
Barrett, secretary, right.
BRAINS OF THE GANG, Mr. Ken-
neth Miller, with Bernadine Arnn,
Albert Kushner, and Dottie Bowden,
n Y organizes the next issue.
f 2:t,if,'f'?f Q2
One Was Excellent, Now Students Enjoy Two
In its ninth year of publication, the Cardinal Talent
Scout, GW's award-winning literary magazine, is composed
of original student essays, short stories, poetry, and art
work. Under the guidance of Mr. Kenneth Miller, the CTS
inspires creative effort and arouses literary interest among
the student body.
"What night?" "Sadie who?" Such were the exclama-
tions when the annual CTS fund-raising Harvest Hop was
announced. This year's fun and frolic was in the form of
a Twirp Night, and the girls even opened doors for the
boys. "Miss CTS," "Miss" Gene "Fatima" Touchstone, was
SEEMS THAT CTS DUTIES are fun, too! First Row: Dottie
Bowden, Bessie Gantsoudes, Ellen Zimmerman, Blair Johnson, Jerry
Perkinson. Second Row: Nat Clement, Barry Koplen, Suzanne Clark,
presented. Seward Anderson was declared winner of the
Any other time found members of the Cardinal Talent
Scout staff hard at work in the CTS room, puzzling over
which contributions to use. To make it easier, the eager-
beaver CTS-ers published, instead of the usual one, two is-
sues to exhibit even more GW-ite "masterpieces"
Students from the publication attended the Columbia
Scholastic Press Association Conference in New York, and
the Southern Interscholastic Press Association Conference
in Lexington, Virginia, to obtain new ideas.
Betty Stuart Haley, Becky Gobbel, Bernadine Arnn, Albert Kushner.
Third Row: Kent Swanson, Gene Touchstone, Steve Marlow, Trippy
THE CARDINAL TALENT SCOUT
Managing Editor Business Manager Art Editor
Bernadine Arnn Bessie Gantsoudes Gail Watlington
Editorial Staff Art Staff
Barry Koplen Stephen Marlow
Ellen Zimmerman Blair Johnson
Trippy Roach Kent Swanson
Suzanne Clark Betty Stuart Haley
' Typist Advisor
Jerry Perkinson Kenneth M. Miller
:if . wafers.:-:. -us
.sr swept .ixzzo
CTS ART STAFF Albert Kushner, Gail Watlington, Dot
Bowden, and Steve Marlow are hard at work planning
illustrations for the next issue.
QUIET! TYPIST AT WORK! Jerry Perkinson works
diligently over a short story contribution.
THE SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE must be going well. Bessie
Gantsoudes and Becky Gobbel seem pleased as they count
the subscription slips.
Activities List Clean- ps, Brush-Ups and Cut-Ups
THE MENlS CHORUS rests between assemblies as the students file
in for the second assembly. For the first time this year the students
participated in group singing as a part of informal assemblies
each six weeks throughout the year. The Men's Chorus, headed by
AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS CLUB MEMBERS put down their equip-
ment long enough to pose for a picture outside their office. Front
Row: Tim Lewis, Donald Travis, vice-president, Joe Henderson,
julian johnson, president, Kent Swanson, vice-president, Bob Ca-
they, secretary, Langston Denny, treasurer, is the newest singing
group in the school.
secretary-treasurerg Eddie Reynolds, and Miss Peggy Gibson. Second
Row: Al Pinekenstein, president, Donald Pulliam, and Samuel
M - 11
,J . W
CAPITAL HI-Y First Row: David Morris, Doug Burkhoulder, Don
Koplen, Albert Kushner, Barry Koplen. Second Row: Steve Gaddy,
Rocky English, Howard Scarboro, Rocky Zimmerman, David Har-
din, sponsor. Third Row: Terry Toler, Gene Saunders, Charles
Many G. W. boys belong to Hi-Y groups, sponsored nationally
by the Young Men's Christian Association. These social and service
clubs individually undertake projects and hold socials, sometimes
combining for either.
The Capitol Hi-Y is led by Barry Koplen, president, Albert
Kushner, vice-president, David Morris, secretary, Donnie Koplen,
treasurer, and Mr. David Hardin, sponsor. The group undertook
to inform the public on civil defense preparedness by arranging for
CARDINAL HI-Y First Row: David Tate, Calvin Hall, Claude
Owen, Joe Cawley, Coy Saul. Second Row: Julian Johnson, Steve
Salmony, Bob Robertson, john Barr, Donald Holley, Larry Aren-
dall, Phil Soyars, Ken Parrish, Johnny Moore, Kenneth Ball, Bill
Cawley. Third Row: Jimmy Walton, Alan Harris, Mike Shoffner,
Coleman. Fourth Row: Rocky Harwood, Langston Denny, Donald
Henry, Bill McCubbins, Donald Elliott. Fifth Row: Donald Shep-
herd, Jim Cannon, Lee Stilwell, Bruce Kushner, Larry White.
the general public a special civil defense program by Mr. Juby
Towler, local civil defense coordinator.
The Cardinal Hi-Y is led by David Tate, president, Calvin
Hall, vice-president, Joe Cawley, secretary, Claude Owen, treasurer,
Coy Saul, sergeant-at-arms.
As has been the custom, representatives were sent to the model
General Assembly in Richmond.
Donald Yeatts, Brady Faulkner, Jimmy Soffriti, Larry Duncan,
Doug Thomasson, Amos Irwin, Charles Main, Doug Dix, Freddy
Hughes, Tim Bruce, Alan Lewis, George Parrish, Bill Hankins,
Rusty Lester, Steve Bradford.
'I iii A if
.. Y .,---.-,..,-.--.-.-w
, 'QV H "T"4f"e?.QZ.,
Y , ff wr '
H f 4..1v'2i'W' V ff? L" ' ' 9' ,4
Largest Single Organization Affords Opportunities
JUNIOR Y-TEENS RELAX on front steps of the Y.W.C.A. First Beth Pretty, Leigh Barnett, Catherine Carter, treas.g Sharon Daniel,
Row: Pam Harvey, Patsy McGrady, Lynn Willeford. Second Row: sect., Lynn Sanders, v. pres., Carole McClanahan, pres.g Nancy
Katherine Keeling, Sue Gatewood, Mary Frances Clifton, Verla Gordon.
Henderson, Miss Hamilton. Third Row: Wilma Kendrick, Mary
SENIOR Y-TEENS seem to be planning one of their many enjoy- Giles, treas.g Maria Scott, pres., Yvonne Collis, v. pres.g jackie
able activities. First Row: Kay Shelton, Jo Landa Smith, Pat Brown, Coleman, sec., Cora Ann Smith, Linda Singleton.
Bonnie Vicks. Second Row: Dawn Patterson, Terry Harris, Brenda
For Socializing and Service
Through varied projects and activities, each Y-Teen
member is given the opportunity to grow-as a person, in
friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationali-
ties, and in the knowledge and love of God. With these
high ideals as guiding principles more than two hundred
G.W. students put their talents and energies to work in
four Y-Teen clubs, organized on a class basis.
All aboard! Twenty-five Y-Teen members, with their
advisor, Miss Anna Jones, journeyed to New York City in
November. While attending the World Fellowship Service
in the Washington Cathedral was the main purpose of the
trip, the girls also took in the sights.
Boys, beware! In co-operation with the Danville Police
Department, a course in judo was offered to Y-Teen girls.
Lessons in bridge, knitting, and swimming were also made
available at the YWCA.
In an effort to aid the teenager and the community, a
baby-sitting service was established. This proved lucrative
as well as educational for the members.
Other activities included an open house, candy and po-
tato chip sales, Christmas and Valentine Dances, and a Date-
Daddy Banquet. In addition to these general projects the
individual clubs executed their own special endeavors,
Sitting: Billy Faye Brothers, treas.g Joan Broome, Francis Glidewell,
sect., Lucille Bates, Joyce Mays, Beth Winstead, v. pres.g Judy Tate.
Second Row: Ellen Turner, Carolyn Ferguson, Judy Homes,
Brenda Heady, Barbara Harris, Margaret Smith, Susie Jones. Third
Row: Harriet Parham, Martha Payne, Jean Scearce, Mille Holton,
Robin Page, Betsy Mast, Marilyn Brooks, Sadie Erwin, Jeanne
Cassada. Fourth Row: Sally Gibbs, Alice Harley, Carolyn Sparks,
FRESHMAN Y-TEENS First Row: Sharon Coggins, treasurer,
Susan Ward, presidentg Mary Durham, secretaryg Pat Todd, Phyllis
Wilson, Julie Greene, Shirley Martin, Second Row: Libby Taylor,
Barbara Owen, Judy Dooley, Ginger Maddox, Becky Toler, Patsy
Brown, Barbara Davis, Margaret Humphrey.
Linda Lavinder, Linda English, Shirley Clifton, Patsy Leslie, Di
Bowen, Ann Bateman, Sara Hughes, Sandra Clement. Fifth Row:
Karen Marienfeldt, Harriet Collie, Judy Bourne, Laura Powell, Judy
Howard, Ronnie Koplen. Sixth Row: Sue Clement, Charlotte Mea-
dors, Betty Jean Albright, Kerry Campbell. Standing Qmotioningb
Peggy Bercaw, president.
Miss Betty Jefferson Joe Stilwell
S.C.A. President Mike Brown fright! seems to be pleased with
the agenda for the regular meeting of homeroom delegates. He
Students Govern Thru Active S.C.A.
The general organization of the student body of George Washington High
School is the Student Government Association, of which every student in the
school is a member. The purposes of this organization are to give the student body
a voice in the affairs of the school, to create among them qualities of leadership,
and to provide training in the responsibilities of self government.
Serving as the governing body of the organization, the Student Council
is composed of one representative, and alternate, elected from each of the home-
rooms in the school, and the three officers elected by the entire student body
in the spring of the preceding year.
Major duties of the Student Council are: to grant charters to all extra-
curricular organizations in the school, to sponsor all worthy financial drives
among the students, to foster an honor system under which the students shall
govern their own matters of honor, and to undertake projects proposed by the
Recent projects undertaken by the Student Council are the printing and
distribution of student directories, the selling of G. W. book covers, operating the
mailing station and clothing collection at Christmas, sponsoring the Clash of the
Classes basketball game, and directing the orientation program for prospective
G.W.-ites. The S.C.A. also assisted in the fall Open House for parents.
Four seniors, four juniors, two sophomores, and two freshmen, appointed by
the principal, and the officers of the S.C.A., compose the Judiciary, the governing
body of the Student Council.
The judiciary holds hearings of all students accused of offenses involving
honor. They also take part in the orientation program, promote school activities,
and tabulate votes from the various major elections.
The Student Council has jurisdiction over an Inter-Club Council, composed
of the officers of the S.C.A., the presidents of all extra-curricular organizations
of the school, and the editors of the three school publications.
The Inter-Club Council works to foster better relationships between all extra-
curricular organizations of the school, seeks to co-ordinate all school activities in
conjunction with the Student Council, and, with the Student Council, sponsors
those activities of school-wide importance that do not fall within jurisdiction of
any one school organization.
Miss Betty Lou jefferson, faculty advisor, as vice-president Joe
Stilwell sizes up the situation.
is assisted in checking by Mary Alice Johnson, secretary, right, and
f X no ,,W,
JUDICIARY Sitting: Joe Stilwell, Mike Brown, Mary Alice John- Bessie Gantsoudes, Kitty Penn Fuller. Second Row: Rocky English
son. First Row: Donna Broxson, Jerry Perkinson, Dottie Callahan, Lee Stilwell, jimmy Martin, Chip Gaddy, Ned McConnell.
TYPICAL OF THE STUDENTS represented by the Council are these as seen from the Student Council room.
, Ag? .
a mea -i
Projects Provide Proceeds
"TI-lE GW. HALL TREASURED DOCUMENTS" "HERE, TOO, IT'S A CENT HIGHER!" Brenda Vaughn pays Winston
receives another addition as Dottie Bowden and Mary Aron and Rocky English for mailing her Christmas cards through the S.C.A
Frances Clifton secure the Constitution of the Student Mailing Station.
Cooperative Association in its glass case.
gl ' ' X W
PUBLICITY IS THE KEYNOTE for the
Clash of the Classes. Larry Aaron, Judy
Carr, Betty Jean Albright, Charles
Newman, and Bill McCubbins work on
posters for the G.W-ites' "civil war"
"ISN'T THIS TOO MUCH?" Gwen-
dolynne Hill and Lawson Grant look as
if they have been overcharged by David
Baxa and Gail Motley who are raising
money ithey hopeJ for student proj-
ects by selling S.C.A. bookcovers.
And Promote Student Growth
"POW-WOW OF THE BIG CHIEFS" of G.W. club life, known
as The Interclub Council, is held. First Row: Albert Kushner,
Teresa Berger, Dan Hooker, Mike Brown, Mary Alice Johnson,
Second Row: Linda Singleton, Natalie Adams, Susan Oakes, Barry Gardner.
M ' X- ,
. I Lg 3 ,f
WITH "OUT BEFORE CHRISTMAS" AS THEIR MOTTO, Peggy Queen, Trippy
Roach, Buddy Clayton, and Claudia Mitchell undertake the tedious task of as-
sembling information for the student directory.
Koplen, Tim Montgomeryg Third Row: Sarah Bruce, Maria Scottg
Fourth Row: Jo Ann Burton, Bessie Gantsoudes, Betty Stuart Ha-
ley, Richard Dixon, Fifth Row: Joe Stilwell, David Tate, Vicki
WHICH BUTTON TO PUSH NEXT seems to be
puzzling Mike Dishman who takes his turn at
the morning devotions period over the intercom.
Q Q.. H? , i
Zz ,, if ,t
" V .sst
1. A, -Nw:-, ,y
1. if i.
if .M Q
57 V , , ,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Row: Danny Morrow, pres.,
Gus Haliasos, v-pres., Penny Allen, sect., Bessie Gantsoudes, treas.g
Jane Champion, Bernadine Arnn, Teresa Berger, Harry Carr, Terry
Clement, Lester Mayhew. Second Row: Susan Oakes, Jeanne Abbott,
Frannie Laramore, Albert Kushner, Virginia Daughrity, Brenda
Vaughn, Susan Crane, Winston Aron, janet Snead, Jackie Coleman.
Third Row: Suzanne Swanson, Ruth Ann Dowdy, Dale Terry, Bonnie
ational Society Honors S
RECORDS, RECORDS, RECORDS-Miss Lucile Walton, who
sponsors the National Honor Society and also is the faculty member
who assists students in applying for scholarships, not only knows
the students but class standings as well!
sk .. ,xnxx , ..
...,, i 74 . . .
V , v,. v V 1 , X
l , , f Q.. - ,.
, , , K., ,,
Vicks, Maria Scott, Sarah Bruce, Gaye Dawson, Steve Flynn, Kathy
Land, Jane Barrett. Fourth Row: Nat Clement, James Martin, Con-
nie Elliott, Kennon Barksdale, Donna Broxson, Dot Bowden, Bobby
Cathey, David Self, Faye Moorefield, Vickie Robertson. Fifth Row:
jerry Perkinson, Chip Gaddy, Mary Beth Pretty, Jo Ann Martin,
Delores Scarce, Mac Cross, Patsy McGrady, Ellen Zimmerman, Alan
Lewis, Flinton Callahan.
uperior Student ualities
Qualifications for membership in the National Honor
Society are four: scholarship, service, leadership, and
A candidate must be serving the school in such capacities
as he is able, demonstrate honesty and sterling character.
Leadership-the ability to think for oneself-must be exhibited
by the student.
Once inducted, members try to promote these standards
throughout the rest of the school. Furthermore, a 91 average
or better must be maintained throughout every semester of
At two special programs in the auditorium, new mem-
bers were publicly announced, To the solemn strains of
"Huldigung's Marche," robed shadows, led by four, bearing
candles, stole into the auditorium, as hearts in the audience
pounded expectantly. To a chosen few the tap came and
with it swelled the pride of achievement.
Besides executing two induction assemblies, the society
counseled freshmen who were potential members, co-
operated with the S.C.A. in distributing honor cards, and
held a banquet in the spring.
Local Civic Organizations
Sponsor Outstanding Boys rr
Civic organizations of Danville take an active
interest in the city's youth by sponsoring boys' groups.
Eighteen senior boys-proving their excellence in
the fields of leadership, service, music, forensics,
athletics, scholarship, dramatics, and journalism-
were extended by Principal j. T. Christopher and his
club committee the honor of being selected as Junior
Rotarians. Each of the outstanding boys had "his
monthi' when he was a guest of the local Rotary Club
at their regular Tuesday meetings. The one so
honored not only received a free meal at the Charcoal
House but also benefited from the informative prog-
The G.W, Key Club is a part of Key Club Inter-
national and is sponsored locally by the Danville
Open to sophomore, junior, and senior boys, new
members are elected biannually. Boys selected for
membership are those who have exhibited sterling
character, outstanding citizenship, and loyal service.
Like its parent club, the Kiwanis, the Key Club is
primarily a service club.
Pranksters on the loose? No, it's just the Key
Clubbers carrying out their chief project, painting
house addresses with luminous paint on the curbs in
front of houses to facilitate finding them and to raise
money for the Key Club.
JUNIOR ROTARIANS First Row: Mike Brown, Winston
Aron, Lester Mayhew, Albert Kushner, Carleton Dix. Second
Raw: Richard Dixon, Wayne McDowell, Harry Carr, Joe
Stilwell. Third Row: Gus Haliasos, Danny Morrow, Mike
Shoffner, Wayne Anderson, Tim Montgomery, Dan Hooker,
KEY CLUB Sitting: Larry Salmony, Bob Robertson, David Tate, Steve Salmony, Steve Mays, Don Mclver, Jimmy Martin, Danny
Barry Koplen, Albert Kushner, John Spessard, Rocky Zimmerman, Harvey, Tommy Shore, Flinton Callahan, treasurer, Butch Brown,
Winston Aron, president, Harry Carr, secretary, Trippy Roach, vice- Rocky English, Mike Shoffner, Harry Flynn, Jimmy Walton, Keith
president. Standing: Gus Haliasos, Seward Anderson, Danny Morrow, Sandridge, Bruce Kushner, Kenneth Miller, sponsor.
"LET'S START THE PROGRAM!" GW's Chapter of Youth for
Christ wait to start their weekly meeting. First Row: Judy Dalton,
Wayne Hilliard, Wesley Whitfield, Peggy Queen, Vicky Gardner,
Linda Jones, Tory Allen, Sue Younger, Diane Thigpen. Second
Row: jean Hilliard, Charles Kello, Merly Townsend, Vivian Dalton,
Sherill Andrews, Janet Jackson, Wanda Burton, Becky Gravett,
Beverly Tooter, Becky Kendrick. Third Row: Melody Hilliard,
YOUTH FOR CHRIST
To lead its members into the Christian faith, to develop
Christian character, and to promote Christian fellowship-
these are the high goals of the Youth For Christ Club.
Besides meeting weekly with their sponsor, Miss Annie
Swann, the G. W, Club, together with other groups in
the city, participated in Saturday night rallies and quizzes
under the direction of john Briner, director of Danville
Youth For Christ.
Y.F.C. members attended the Capitol Teen Convention
in Washington, D. C., during the Christmas vacation, They
joined our some twelve thousand teenagers from all over the
world who met for three days. Highlights were addresses
by Billy Graham and Bobby Richardson and the singing
of Christmas carols around the President's Christmas tree.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Sitting: Maria Scott, Teresa
Berger, Sue Gatewood, Bonnie Vicks, Gail Motley, Mary Kaye
Hoskins. Standing: Anna Laster, Faye Hoskins, Jo Anne Wingfield,
Katherine Keeling, Mary Beth Pretty, Mary Alice johnson, Beverly
Boatwright, Bonnie Boatwright, Miss Swann, sponsor.
Sara Younger, Susan Hall, Cheryl Townsend, Rhoda Bettertan,
Martha Chenault, Carol Jones, janet Strader, Jimmy McKinney,
Lee Swain. Fourth Row: Mr. Bob Carpenter, club director, David
Talley, Mike McGowan, Bobby Kello, Carroll Talley, Joe Tay-
lor, Lea Wilson, Ruth Ann Dowdy, Sandra Isom, Miss Annie Swann,
tudents Participate with
School days, school daze-as inspired, career-minded
G. W. students strived to acquaint themselves with the
varied rewards and possible frustrations of the teaching
profession. As a main objective, the F.T.A. informed
its members of the opportunities offered in this wide field
and made available information concerning teacher training.
This year, led by president Maria Scott and sponsor
Miss Annie Swann, the club has presented in cooperation
with the Guidance Department a career conference in
teaching for all students showing any interest. Delegates
were again sent to the State Convention in Roanoke.
As has been customary each year, student teachers spoke
to the club presenting fresh insights into the pursuing of
this highly important profession.
One of the helpful consultants for the group was Mr.
Ernest Baxa, assistant superintendent of the school system,
who is in charge of the teacher recruitment.
Bonnie Vicks, treasurerg Sue Gatewood, secretaryg Teresa
Berger, vice-president, Maria Scott, president.
Q. ,LW 3,
f ' fi
MODEL T'S ON A SHOPPING trip? Sitting: Kennon Barksdale,
Billie Sue Baker, Laura Connor, Bessie Gantsoudes. Standing: Becky
Gobbel, Donna Broxson, Cathy Thompson, Lea Dunglinson, Kathy
Future Goals in Mind
"You and Your Values," "Citizenship," "Marriage Calls
for Preparation," are discussions which might have been
overheard at a meeting of the Future Homemakers of
America. General theme was "Discovering Myself, My
Worth to Others."
An eye-catching educational exhibit was displayed by
the group at the Danville Fair. Four girls, in cooperation
with the Piedmont Federation, participated in a fashion
As a project the girls sent aprons to the exchange store
at the Lynchburg Training School. Also included in their
activities was an open house at Christmas for faculty mem-
bers. Especially emphasized were the degrees of F.H.A.
Achievement: Junior Homemaker, Chapter Homemaker,
and State Degree.
F.H.A. officers are Linda Singleton, president, Mary
Frances Clifton, vice-president, Sue Gatewood, secretaryg
Brenda Giles treasurer, Leah Gilliland, parliamentarian,
Lamar Lewis, historian, Gail Watlington, reporter, Mrs.
Annie Sayers, advisor, Mrs. Elizabeth Moseley, assistant
Land, Frannie Laramore, Kitty Penn Fuller, Jerry Perkinson, Car-
olyn Campbell, Sandra Burrell.
"What is your idea of the model girl?" This was the
question facing a panel of GW boys at a meeting of the
Model-T's. Other meetings were highlighted by discus-
sions on hair-styling, make-up, posture, and clothes. Organ-
ized for girls interested in modeling, the group also
strives to become model teens.
Model-T's meet monthly in the homes of members, with
Mrs, Annie Laura Sayers as their sponsor. Their objectives
include the development of poise and good grooming
habits, and the practicing of modeling techniques. By tradi-
tion. the girls served as "finishing touches" on the Retail
Merchants' floats in the Christmas parade. Included in their
projects were a spring picnic and a fashion show in
Seated: May Daniels, Mary Frances Doss, Mary Frances Clifton,
Joan Batterman, Phyllis Newsome, Elizabeth Grubbs, Sandra Vaden,
Teresa Harris. Standing: Mary Ellen McKinney, Lea Wilson, Cora
Ann Smith, Bonnie Vicks, Leah Gilliland, Sue Gatewood, Gay
Whitehead, Penny Allen, Laura Connor, Maria Scott, Nancy Shel-
ton, Browyne Coward, Yvonne Collis, Brenda Giles, Gail Watling-
ton, Patsy Cheek, Barbara Setliff, Barbara Farthing, Linda Singleton.
Gatewood, Giles, Clifton, Singleton.
Wit , , 'gi if i "
. -- "-11.9" iii
"Scalpel . . . sponge . . . clamps . . These very words
might someday fall upon the ears of Future Nurses of
America members. Through the cooperation of their advisor,
Mrs. John Hooker, the girls work in the operating room
scheduling operations and doing odd jobs to help the nurses.
In the spring the Future Nurses toured Duke University
The small gold emblems of the Quill and Scroll Society are
worn "with a difference." Because much of the work done
by Chatterbox, CTS, and CAVALIER staff members takes
place behind closed doors, students are not often aware of
the identity of those who give the hours of effort to their
The International Honorary Society for High School
Journalists, better known as the Quill and Scroll, at G.W.
Seated: Susan Oakes, Donna Broxson, Kathy Land, Alice Clement,
Janet' Snead, Teresa Berger, Frannie Laramore, Laura Connor.
Stamtmg: Tim Montgomery, Winston Aron, Harry Carr, David
Morris, Terry Clement, Nat Clement, Suzanne Swanson, Gaye Daw-
W GWites Explore
FUTURE NURSES RECEIVE in-
formal instruction at hospital. First
Row: Mary Beth Pretty, Sue Mar-
lowe, Lyn Willeford, Wilmer Stanley,
Susan Snead, Janice Hunt, Judy
White. Second Row: Jane Marsella,
Barbara Snead Lisa Ferguson Nancy
Hankins Mary Frances Reynolds
aley Mrs Hooker Carla Yeatts
Libby Heffinger Millie Holten Laura
Powell Robin Page Sadie Irwin
, U , ' ,
N' Judy Meadors, Carmen Soto, Linda
J 4 - Mercer. Third Row: Betty Stuart
L 1 ., . ' .' . F '
, ,M . 4, .
School of Nursing and Medical College of Virginia, in-
dividually and as a group.
Betty Stuart Haley as president, Jane Marsella as vice-
president, Mary Beth Pretty as secretary, Sharon Tarpley
as treasurer, and Tish Henderson as chaplain, head the
F.N.A. this year.
recognizes these students who are scholastically in the upper
third of their high school class and have done distinctive
work in some phase of high school journalism.
Candidates for membership must be recommended by the
advisor of journalistic work in his high school or by the
committee governing publications. Each must be approved
as being worthy of membership by the society's executive
officer designated for that duty.
son, Nancy Shelton, Sarah Bruce, Susan Crane, Bessie Gantsoudes,
Dottie Bowden, Gail Watlington, Mike Shoffner, Jimmy Martin,
Albert Kushner, Bernadine Arnn.
S even ty
Their Prospective Fields
NATIONAL DRAMATICS HONOR SOCIETY
Hours of hard, unselfish work qualify students for mem-
bership in Thespians, the National Dramatics Honor Society,
whose aim is to maintain high standards of excellence in
high school dramatics. Only students who have made out-
standing contributions in play production are eligible.
Each spring Danville school children eagerly await the
original play production presented for them by the Thespian
group, This play is offered in the G. W. auditorium on a
schedule to afford ample seating capacity.
The G. W. chapter of the national society was host to
the Western District Play Festival, one-act play competition,
First Row: David Griffith, Kathy Land, Barry Koplen, Second Row:
Joan Vincent, Tim Montgomery, Peggy Moran, Richard Martin,
Third Row: Dottie Bowden, Dan Hooker, William Taylor, Danny
"Four score and seven years ago . . .,'Do these famous
words sound familiar? No, it's not an excerpt from a speech
of a F.0.0.T. Club member. These Famous Orators Of
Tomorrow fF.0.0.T.!J aspire to belong to that eminent
circle of orators who have made a lasting impression on the
world by contributing color and excitement to literature and
THE CAMERA RECORDS these orators polishing up the tools of
their trade and feeding their brains. Sitting: jerry Wyatt, treasurer
CHeelJ, Danny Harvey, sergeant-at-arms CFlat Footl . Standing: Ned
McConnell, parliamentarian 1Sole7, S.H. Perkinson, sponsor CBig
Footb, Steve Salmony, president CHigh Archl, Robert Cathey, vice-
president 1 Low Archl, Kenneth Cassidy, sergeant-at-arms C Flat
Footb, Bernadine Arnn, secretary Clnstepj, Larry Salmony, parlia-
mentarian CSoleJ, Barry Koplen, president fHigh Archb. Absent
when picture was made were Brenda Vaughn, treasurer Uieell,
Sandra Burrell, vice-president CLow Archl, Billie Sue Baker, secre-
First organized at G. W. in 1954, the F.0.0.T. Club
affords practical experiences in all speech activities and
parliamentary procedure. The names of the officers are
synonymous with the main parts of the human foot.
tary tlnstepj. Members, in addition to the officers are: Jack
Bagby, John Barr, Myrtice Bedwell, Jackie Coleman, Gloria Dalton,
Connie Elliott, Margie Elliott, Steve Flynn, Thea Friedman, Tony
Gardiner, Roberta Havens, Carole McClanahan, Gail Motley,
Randy Nichols, Donna Parrot, Dawn Patterson, Evelyn Price, Judy
Riddle, Coy Saul, Marilee Smith, johnny Barrick, Butch Brown,
Douglas Burkholder, Jo Ann Burton, Carolyn Campbell, Richard
Dixon, Lea Dunglinson, Sherry Haraway, Ann Hylton, Charles
Kello, Vickie McCraw, Lewis Ramey, Nancy Shelton, Sammie
Shelton, Penny Turner, Danny Walls, Lyn Willeford.
Homecoming Queen XXV Penny Allen
QUEEN XXV AND HER COURT steal the show at
halftime from the varsity squad as Penny Allen, center,
is announced Homecoming Queen XXVQ Donna Brox-
son, second from left, first attendant, Mary Alice John-
son, second from right, second attendantg Sandra Bur-
rell, right, first runner-upg and Sherry Haraway, left,
second runner-up. Escorting the girls are Steve Salmony,
johnny Barr, Coy Saul, Gene Touchstone, and Jimmy
age,-g5,, W, , V , W
f , 7' 'M 'W WWW ' , , , , 4 L., ' W M, 5, , ,,,,,,
,Mr , -A M ' V M , V ,fr M f ., V ,L
,flat 7 ., 7 ,ev , M, 5
W, W X M i, A , , ,, ,,, ,K , ,
Nrriii A 'X
bib- fi as
L w?'f.,fau? W .W-Hfw' ' ' gg- iw 5' ' ' -V milf"
I V film.. . .ff , ,A-mmf mv' A 23,
First Attendant Donna Broxson
Second Attendant Mary Alice Johnson
"NO, BUTCH, THEY PLAY WITH A MUCH BIGGER ONE!" Penny
Allen explains to cousin Butch Ferree from Clemson, as Coy Saul, her
escort, and others watch a crisis in the game.
"BUT, COACH, HE HIT ME FIRST!" These famous last words
are lsometimes heard by Coach Joe Gurtis, this time from Burgin
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE HOMECOMING QUEEN XXV and her court is awaited by
the enthusiastic crowd.
, aaa 1 ggi
ld Grads, Parade, Dance, Bonfire, Big Game with Heroes
EXCITEMENT MOUNTS HIGH as Steve Flynn fno. 217 dashes
55 yards for a touchdown at the homecoming game.
SILENCE REIGNS SUPREME on the field for one moment as
the team pauses for The Lord's Prayer before the big game.
IT,S NOT JUST ANY THURSDAY, 3:15! A mountain of boxes
signifies the nearness of the opening event of "the big week end."
MUSIC for the homecoming dance is provided by Harold Na1l's combo.
E. J V 4
. " " VY"'m
'-'2""-'W 'Fmavw :EW
A ,., 51181-V . f'
BUSY BOYS, Skipper Shore and Lester Mayhew, try to fulfill the wants and wishes of students at G.W.'s school store.
THESE ALSO SERVE! 2nd Lt. Buddy Dryman, lst Lt. Johnny Hall, Irvin
Hagan, Roy Barton are alert to come to the aid of player or spectator as
members of the Danville Life Saving Crew. Since its formation the Crew V
has been important to the GW. athletic program. 4' :J H' 'Y
,, ,,,,, 4 -' f
H ff' diff' i"". :'i" ., ' Q 2' if A ' , rf'
yvi lvfeef c 5
It Takes a
, 'ixbi X
Heap o Work
To Keep Athletics Going
SALUTING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM, these special duty police- looks a bit confused or dismayed as his public storms the joint.
men, R. B. Rodgers, Jr. and Boyd Arnold, deserve a special salute
from the student body for their splendid contribution to the
athletic program at G.W.
DANVILLE CITIZENS young and old join with GW students
to enjoy the football games and the concession stand. Bill Haley
THESE MANAGERS DON'T MAKE THE TEAM, BUT MAKE THE TEAM GO! Julian
Johnson, tennisg Wayne McQuire, basketballg Eddie Mise, basketballg Langston Denny, foot-
ball, wrestlingg Ricky Mitchell, football, basketball.
u Q,L, .N .bb ..,
I- 1 rx, 'fr
I .F p q qb. K ,il X
LASX I X
A, j A4
ir.. - N'
it R 5,
A, , -.k ff .
, mf - TT are
if - hw - K
-. m ,
i I l'
or 3 I
A ' ' - F Y s as ,f M t
Frannie Laramore Bettye Slayton Billie Sue Baker JCITY P9fkif15OIl
Lovely Lively Lassies Spark Spirit
"Give me a G," comes floating through the clear air-
and it could just stand for "girl." Not "any ole girl" but the
special, dedicated cheerleader of G.W.
Composed of ten regulars and two alternates, the Varsity
Cheerleaders support the Cardinal athletes not only with
their cheering but also by "advertising" the forthcoming
games with attractive posters and special show cases. A
faculty committee chooses each girl, rising junior or senior
who must maintain a C average.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Mary Bacon, the squad
executes services such as planning and decorating for the an-
nual Homecoming weekend, sponsoring bus trips for all
out-of-town basketball and football games, supporting home
wrestling matches and G.W.'s four spring sports, and
organizing pep rallies.
In an effort to promote school spirit, the cheerleaders
undertook as a special project the decorating of the football
stadium with a permanent welcome sign bearing the Cardi-
nal insignia. In place of a live mascot the girls drew and
painted the canvas "Cardinal" which is carried to all foot-
ball games to be hung from the goal posts.
Annual projects of sponsoring an Open House and
selling ribbons were continued. Proceeds helped defray
expenses as the Varsity squad fulfilled its purpose of backing
G.W.'s sports program through rain or shine.
SPIRIT IN PROFILE! J.V. CHEERLEADERS Kneeling: Beth Saul,
Peggy Moir, Janice Mayo, head, Dottie Callahan, co-head, Amy
Furgurson, Dianne Sloas. Standing: Mary Fuller McGlaughlin,
Sandra Haskins, Betty Wade Miles, Janet Buettner, Suzanne Clark,
'JLZS F' ' " fEfX'5i '
V .. ,,.,x X en X
1, . JA. R -. .. X
' 'Suki' X ' A we 'uf-li:--. -
5 X ' N
Susan Oakes Kathy Land
For Scholastic Sport Skirmishes
X Y , .
.Y K ...,
A s Q
Patty Jackson Donna Broxson
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS PERFORMI Standing: Judy Mar-
sella, Linda Oakes, head, Robin Burrell, Sara Blank, Donna Hutcher-
fw ,f '
4 ,Key J? 1 , ., 1 Y A
son. Kneeling: Anne Satterfield, Joan Garrett, Lindsay Robertson,
Patricia Ferrell, co-head, Patsy Lewis.
. J I ,- k, H v V V, - Y V. ff I .4 f' If 4 V
f ,fly 1 41-..-c 4 4 , 'H , fif ri , " -X if " 571, 4' '--C cf , K. ,,,, , f,L.,LXf M ' I 4 1 'C f
J as ff .1 f X Q fi! .V K M 1 119 'P ' V if ' fi ff' ff' f'f,,-1 ff' if 37
-Q9 fl.. V f 'X fl 'N f f -, L. -' : ,fl ejyf' fl! " -Q" ff,-f 1" 5 ..i',fff.,. K J 4 J
.H A H , A f , V 7 J"
'M-u , 1, ,L-Q ,,, X 3 -A .J I jffirx,-.i gf., .. . .fc ff Lxfyhr D
' Gail Motley Q' Gay Hudgins I -' Sandra Burrell Kitty Penn Fuller
sy ,Jr , J. ,f AM, 1: V411
.fs X .
r fr' '
Z EL fs .
f. 5 .
I' U . Vkr,
- ,1fi3?Z:fsgSSXm bEr2sigfsifz411'
A i .
MQW K K
xg .,, , ,,
1 s' x me
,W ,, 3-V, W1
X ,,,. U ,V
11 511 eg, f
, . f M , ,,.1Q,, W Y
,As ,aw y
1 X if
mg. ' '
ff, . ,
M . T F X 'dh GMES h L4
aw I ' ,f I 'J J
' W Q
Richard Martin, G
The 1962 football season saw the re-
emergence of the Cardinals of George
Washington High School as a power
in Western District and State Group
1-A football circles. The Cardinal
Varsity, after three lean years, com-
piled their best record since I954 with
eight wins and two losses, a second
place finish in the Western District
and a high position among all State
Group 1-A school.
"THIS FIELD IS SICK!" jerry Mayhew voices to James Neaves, manager, his disgust
at the condition of the field in the Halifax game.
V Squad Serves And Trains Varsity Winners
The 1962 Cardinal Varsity Football squad, coached by
Mr. Joseph Gurtis, assisted by Mr. Harold Lakey and Mr.
Bob Reed, steamrolled their way to five straight victories
before losing their first game to E. C. Glass in Lynchburg,
18-28, as the Hilltoppers only needed to gain 28 yards to
score four touchdowns. In their five-game victory string,
the Redbirds crushed R. B. Worthy 26-6, outfought Reids-
ville 7-0, toyed with Northeast Guilford 20-0, smashed
Halifax County 25-6, and routed Martinsville 18-0 in the
Danville Shrine Game for 1962. After the defeat, the
Cardinals rebounded to topple Patrick Henry 25-9, but then
the Redbirds were stopped cold by Lane, 0-7, in 19-degree
weather in Charlottesville. The Varsity closed out their
season with two straight victories, defeating Jefferson
Senior 20-14 in the 1962 Homecoming Game and then
rallying from a 20-0 deficit to defeat William Fleming with
a touchdown in the last 24 seconds, 26-20.
Tri-captains Wayne Anderson, joe Stilwell and Mike
Brown set high standards of leadership and dedication for
the squad which was notable as a whole and for unit excel-
lence. The Redbird offense, featuring the running of Brown,
Steve Flynn and Burgin Beale, the passing and quarter-
backing of Stilwell, the pass receiving of Claude Owen,
Jerry Mayhew and Flynn, and the up-front blocking of
john Spessard, Richard Harper, Anderson, jerry Eanes,
Dan Hooker and Winston Aron, scored three or more touch-
downs in eight of the ten games played. In the final game
against Fleming, Stilwell completed 15 of 17 passes for over
200 yards and three touchdowns and scored one touchdown,
and Mayhew caught nine passes for over 100 yards. The
Cardinal defense, receiving performances from Barry Kop-
len, David Tate, Ken Parrish, Charles Dodson, Spessard,
Harper and Hooker along the line, with Anderson, Eanes,
Troy Dalton, Dick Smith, Brown, Beale and Flynn in the
defensive backfield, yielded only 13 touchdowns all season,
with not one single touchdown being scored by passing.
To close out this successful football season, the final
one for 16 seniors on the Cardinal squad, Stillwell and
Mayhew won first team All-Western District honors,
Anderson, Brown and Flynn made the second team, with
Koplen, Tate, Spessard, Harper, Hooker and Beale re-
ceiving honorable mention.
' ' ' ' ' Q ' ' 'V' V "GW 'VP 'Z77?13'.?" VH-Vfflu-."WQ' f., E1J""f3fw?',Pg.,i..a'5i1YWI'-aw
HOLE IN LINE OPENED by John
Spessard C703 and Dan Hooker 1507
as Steve Flynn bursts through for
big gain against jefferson Senior be-
fore being tackled from behind by
an unidenfified Magician as Guy
Lipscomb C125 moves by to assist,
but Jerry Mayhew C805 of the Card-
inals has different ideas.
WHY-"inte .I'fa!'fWnd".QE5Z !"'g.i7 5' ,F
The junior Varsity posted an outstanding 5-1-1 record,
while the young Freshman squad won five games and
The winning tradition established by these three
1962 football squads should carry ever into other areas
of athletics as well as into football seasons for many
years to come.
26 R. B. Worthy High .,..... 6
7 Reidsville CN. CJ High . . . 0
20 N. E. Guilford High ,.,... 0
25 Halifax County High ..,.., 6
18 Martinsville High , . . . . 0
18 E. C. Glass High . , . . . 28
25 Patrick Henry High . , . . . 9
0 Lane High ,...,...,. , . 7
20 jefferson Senior High ..... 14
26 William Fleming High ..,. 20
GW'S COACHING STAFF Mr. joseph W. Curtis, Ir., Mr. C.
Benjamin Kendall, Mr. Harold D. Lakey, Mr. Robert C. Reed, Mr.
George C. Carter, Mr. O. I. Byrnside, Ir., and Mr. David C. Brown,
all aided in preparing GW's gridders for a Winning season.
,W J i ML
is V , Q. .-:W
,ns .,. Q f 'lg
W' . 4-
. ..... I
, V' ,Ni WY?
. Y. ,,,
THE G. WV. LINEUP awaits the signal to charge. No. 70 is john
"CONCENTRATION PAYS OFF!" Dan Hooker and Neal Cochrane
watch the activity on the field.
Bevy of Capable Coaches Produce V Team
- 4- .x
at . V
J. V. FOOTBALL Front Row: Billy Shelton, Hector Rios, Jimmy
Hall, Mike Giles, David Baxa, Mike Boulware, Syd Wooding,
Charles Perry, Larry Vicks, Gus Brame, Bland Aaron, Bill Haley,
Kenneth Ball. Second Row: Tommy Taylor, John Lewis, Rocky
7 Roxboro QN. CJ j.V. . . . . 7
6 Patrick Henry V. . . . . . . 19
21 E. C. Glass J. V. ...... . . 0
20 William Fleming J.V. . . .. . 7
35 Roxboro KN. CJ J. V. . . ,. , 13
13 Cobb Memorial Var. .... . . 7
34 Franklin County J. V. . , . . . 0
Zimmerman, Lee Stilwell, Robert Taylor, Lee Connor, Nathan
Stephens, Fred Burnette, Oscar Smith, Robert Lewis, Pat Gould,
Larry Haulsee, Tommy Evans.
After a 7-7 tie with Roxboro followed by a 6-19 loss
to Patrick Henry, the G. W. junior Varsity squad roared
through five straight opponents to wrap up a highly success-
ful 5-1-1 season. Two outstanding victories for the JV's
were over E. C. Glass 21-0, and William Fleming 20-7.
Outstanding among the junior Varsity, coached by Mr.
George Carter and Mr. David Brown, were quarterbacks
Mike Giles and joel DeBoe and halfbacks Gus Brame and
Charles Perry. Outstanding linemen were jimmy Hall, Lee
Stilwell, Nathan Stephens, David Baxa, Sid Wooding, Bland
Aron, and Mike Boulware. Much should be heard from
these boys as they move up to the 1963 Varsity squad.
'RED AND GRAY WILL WIN TODAY!" GW-ites support the Cards with enthusiasm and spirit.
'neva ' as Hx., . 3 g ,-,,
And Freshman Helpers
Coached by Mr. Ben Kendall and Mr. O. J.
Byrnside, the G. W. Freshman football squad, on
their way to a 5-4 record for the season, compiled
an outstanding 4-1 record against Western Dis-
trict freshman teams, including victories over
Patrick Henry 14-6, Halifax County 18-13, E. C.
an Sv? vvpq
Glass 26-6, and William Fleming 21-0. The
Cardinal freshman lost to Halifax County fin
a return gamel 12-0 for their only Western U gg,.y
District loss of the campaign. if
Members of the Freshman squad expected to
excel on next year's junior Varsity or Varsity
squads include quarterback jay Dorman, half- 'mi
backs Reid Taylor and James Dooley, and tackles g
Ralph Raines and Gene Eastridge.
issss P yltsls 1 '
Our Score Opponent's Score M
0 Reidsville junior .......... 14 5
14 Patrick Henry Frosh ......,, 6 ,. -
18 Halifax County Frosh ...,.. 13 is S
26 E. c. Grass Frosh , ......... 6 WNFR
0 Halifax County Frosh ...... 12 P
21 Wm. Fleming Frosh .,... . 0 wg
14 Roxboro CN.C.J Frosh. ,... 20 N 1-
27 Dan River Frosh .....,.... 6 E
6 Roxboro fN.C.D Frosh .... 27
A PAUSE TO REFRESH for Cardinal Steve Flynn-mam
ager James Neaves, as always, is standing by while Coaches
Lakey and Gurtis size up the situation on the field.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL FARES FABULOUSLY! First Row: Sandy werff, David Womack, jay Dorman. Third Row: Ralph Raines,
Slaughter, Rod Gillie, Tom Moran, James Dooley, Reid Taylor, Don Smith, Mike Jones, Gene Eastridge, Jeff Bledsoe, james Hall,
John Hornaday, Tom Deese, Wayne Cook, Ron Freeze. Second Allen Furgurson, Dennis Gilley, Ed Martin, Joe Gauldin, Don Pratt,
Row: Sam Munford, George Leonard, Mike Hughes, Phillip Smith,
jim Henderson, Tom Burke, Stan Knick, Vince Smoral, Bill Vander-
LA am In ft
ii fi fn
LAST MINUTE INSTRUCTIONS are directed to varsity basket-
ball captain joe Stilwell by Coach Bill Kendall.
HARRY FLYNN JIMMY THOMPSON
Cardinal Cagers Have Full Season
For varsity coach Ben Kendall, who returned to G.W.
after an absence of two years, basketball prospects looked
bleak, since only two members of last year's varsity squad
reported for practice on November 1. Stumbling through
the first part of the season, the Cardinals alternated be-
tween near victory f as against Andrew Lewis, who de-
feated the Cardinals 54-52 in two overtimesl and complete
collapse C as a below-average Patrick Henry squad humili-
ated the redbirds in Danville, 68-51.3
With the return of Doug Kendrick to the line-up,
Cardinal basketball fortunes began to change for the bet-
ter, culminating in the 54-45 defeat of the Wolverines of
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Dickie Smith, Buddy Clayton,
Jimmy Walton, Burgin Beale, Harry Flynn, Bruce Burnette, John
Andrew Lewis in Salem, on February 8. Coach Kendall's
charges rolled on to a district record of 7-5, an overall
record Of 9-9, and a berth in the Western Regional Tour-
nament in Salem on March 1,2, 1963, where the Redbirds
finished a very creditable 3rd among the eight teams in the
Things look bright for the Cardinals for '63-'64. Harry
Flynn and co-captain Joe Stilwell will be graduated, but re-
turning from this year's squad will be high scoring Bruce
Burnette, john Spessard, Jimmy Walton, Buddy Clayton,
jimmy Thompson, and Kendrick, all juniors, and first-
string sophomores Kenny Hopkins and Rusty Lester.
Spessard, Coy Saul, Joe Stilwell, Jimmy Thompson. Front: Coach
35 Q! Maura,
BRUCE BURNETTE JOE STILWELI. JOHN SPESSARD JIMMY WALTON
With District Rating
Our Score Opponents Score
39 Roxboro ..... ............ 4 3
52 Andrew Lewis . , .
51 jefferson ......., . . .
42 William Fleming ., .
54 Roanoke Catholic .. .
Rocky Mount CN.C.D
Patrick Henry . . . . ,
Patrick Henry . . , , .
E. C. Glass ........
43 Roxboro ,,.......,.
46 Rocky Mount
54 Andrew Lewis ..,.,.
57 Jefferson ......,
Halifax ....,... .
Roanoke Catholic . . ,
William Fleming . . 3
JUNIOR VARSITY: Front Row: John Washburn, Ray Mat-
thews, Ken Talley, Jim Hall, Lee Stilwell, Mike Giles. Second Row:
THUNDER IS THE WORD, BOYS! Coach Ben Kendall instructs
varsity cards Buddy Clayton, Bruce Burnette, and John Spessard,
with manager Eddie Mise waiting to assist.
Gene Saunders, Charles Coleman, Miller B. Jones, Joel DeBoe,
Jerry Giles, Terry Towler.
' if ,
I f f
,J M Q
3 -- -
, F 5 . '
J, , .. f
, aaa' 3, 2 at jf, , W f at
ii a if a a ,,
Mmm I Qtr W , R I " 4'
,s WW, gg ,,,, ,X 5, Aa 4 ,Z by h W f is
iam WW 2 Qf 5 'I 'f' 1
H W 4
V426 QM 3' ?mr ,Za 1 4
, ri . K
Q -Q fi, a If ,
A 9545 I 4 A
, I I
ff V 0 I' Q f , G '
I , im
Ml K W' f ,
ii" Ii fr I m e 5 3, 1
5 5 ,V lgy 2 'i7,,,,g,3Il5Y I X
I E 1 f f ,',,1 1 ' ,,, 2'
, I i if x
, Ey,i V V Q J ,, 2 3
1 4 ' 2,
The "run-and-shoot" junior varsity basketball squad of
Coach Harold Lakey, who must be the winningest junior
varsity coach in the Western District, continued their domi-
nation of District teams as they compiled a record of 15 wins
and only 3 losses for the season. Outstanding victories
included two over-time wins over the JV Wolverines of An-
Our Score Opponents Score
Andrew Lewis . . E l. V, i. A, E. i, i, A. I. -. -4
Roanoke Catholic 4 . . . .
Halifax .......... 4 ,
E. C. Glass ...,., . 4
Patrick Henry . . . 4 .
Patrick Henry 4 , . . .
Roxboro ,.,,... . .
E, C. Glass ...,. . .
Andrew Lewis . . 4 . . .
jefferson ...A... . 4
Halifax ...4...4.., . ,
. . , 4 4 . 31
"G. Wfs GENE KRUPA," Vance Yarbor-
ough, arouses enthusiasm and spirited
support at home basketball games with
his enlivened drum beat.
drew Lewis High of Salem and two triumphs over the
E. C. Glass High junior varsity.
Expected to add great depth and speed to next year's
Varsity are outstanding forwards Mike Giles, Lee Stilwell
and Jimmy Hall, big rangy center Ken Talley, and fine-
shooting guards Miller jones and joel DeBoe.
JOHN SPESSARD OF THE CARDS tries to wrest the ball assists while Jimmy Thompson C225 and Buddy Clayton
from an unfortunate Andrew Lewis player. Bob Bardsley C337 1327 look on.
, - xi' L 'St "" 'KKK ,
TABULATING THE SCORE for the
half are Ricky Mitchell of Danville
and the scorekeeper of the visiting
team, as Eddie Mise awaits the results.
' ,WW ,f
Spell Basketball Fun
Our Score Opponents Score
Whitmell . . .
Halifax ..., .....4,,.,,
Roxboro ...... . A
Yanceyville . . . . .
Roxboro ..,., . .
Reidsville ...., . .
Spring Garden .,.. ....
47 Halifax ..,,..,,. . .
51 Brosville ........ .,.,
Coached by Mr. O. J. Byrnside, the Cardinal Freshman
Team played two seasons in one as they lost five of their
first six games and then, after mid-year examinations, won
five of their last six basketball contests. The youngsters
reached the low point of their schedule when they were
defeated by the Yanceyville High jV's in Yanceyville 50-42,
after the Yanceyville crew had jumped off to a. 16-2 lead
at the end of the first quarter. The high of the Frosh sched-
ule was also in defeat, a 42-40 set back at the hands of pow-
erful Reidsville Junior High.
Spearheading the Cardinal Freshmen were co-captains
Ralph Raines and johnny Hamlin, with their respective re-
bounding and playmaking abilities, Reid Taylor, the team's
Yanceyville .... ..,. 4 2 leading scorer, Hugh Clement, a fine defensive player, Rich-
Re1ClSY111e . . . . . 42 ard Evans, a good shooter with either hand, and Bob Clare
Brosville .. 52 and Tommy Doss.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL. Kneeling: Hugh Clement, Steve Gad- Evans, Standing: Carter Elliott, Vince Smoral, John Bailey, Ralph
dy, johnny Hamlin, co-captain, Reid Taylor, Bob Bendall, Richard Raines, co-captain, Scotty Robertson, Bob Clare, Coach O. J.
I Vg, ,A
Chip Gaddy Jerry Mayhew Buddy Clayton George Smith Seward Anderson Doug Thomasson.
Cindermen and Netmen Represent GW
Our Score Opponent's Score
6 Hargrave Military 2
8 Hargrave Military 1
9 Radford ,........ . . . 0
2 N. C. State Frosh ... ... 6
7 Patrick Henry . , . . . . 1
8 Jefferson Senior . . . . . . 1
Steve Salmony swings his tennis racket mightily, while Harry Flynn 6 E. C, Glass ,A,, 1
awaits the return.
5 E. C. Glass 4
The Cardinal tennis team, ranked second in the state in 0 Duke Frosh 9
pre-season predictions, smashed its way to eight straight high
school victories before losing to Patrick Henry High in the final 9 jefferson Senior .... . . . 0
match of the season, 5-4. The playoff match, held in Lynchburg,
resulted in another 5-4 victory for, Patrick Henry and a second 4 Patrick Henry I I . I I I 5
place Western District finish for the Cardinal netmen.
Seeking to regain the District title and improve on last
year's overall record of 8-3, Coach Bob Mitchell this season had
returning veterans Steve and Larry Salmony, Harry Flynn,
Branson Isley, Dane Patty, and Rusty Lester.
Steve Salmony Harry Flynn Branson Isley Larry Salmony
, , Ex V,
f fx ,f
Jerry Eanes lviike Giles Melvin Perkins John Spessard Steve Brincefield Jerry Barker Dickie Smith.
In Spring Sport Program
Our Score Opponent's Score
E. C. Glass ..4..
Patrick Henry A.
jefferson Senior .
Halifax County .
E. C. Glass r.....
Patrick Henry ..
Halifax County , .
Drewry Mason ,.
Halifax County ..
Andrew Lewis .,
Patrick Henry ,.
OUTSTANDING HURDLER Jerry Mayhew makes the jump.
Rebuilding under the tutelage of Coach Bob Reed, the
G. W. track team compiled a 6-8 record, including fourth place
finishes in the Danville Relays and the Western District meet.
Jerry Mayhew, a three-year junior veteran outstanding in
the high and low hurdles, won the "Most Outstanding" track
award. Challenging Mayhew was sophomore john Spessard, who
set school records in the shot put and discus.
With Jerry Eanes, Buddy Clayton, jimmy Martin, Mayhew
and Spessard in the field events, and Mayhew, Clayton, Martin,
Mike Brown, Chip Gaddy and Mike Giles in the running events,
this season G, W. challenged perennial powerhouses E. C.
Glass, Andrew Lewis, and Patrick Henry for District and State
Richard Evans Rusty Lester Lawson Grant Dane Patty
G.W. Grapplers Break More Records
. ,M M 1
"THEY SMILE AS SLYLY as they wrestle." The "Cross-Body
Ride" is demonstrated by Jerry Barker and Mike Brown in an
Front Row: Leroy Merricks, Gene Touchstone, Branson Isley,
Richard Dixon, Mike Brown, Second Row: Jerry Barker, Barry
With senior veterans in nine of the twelve weight di-
visions, the George Washington High School wrestling
squad, coached by Joseph Gurtis, jr., thundered to an over-
all record of 10 wins and 2 losses, and a Western District
record of 6-0. Establishing themselves as the class of South-
west Virginia, the Cardinal grapplers crushed Patrick Henry
50'0, jefferson Senior 56-0, and Hargrave Military Acad-
emy 50-0, with awesome displays of wrestling strength and
finesse. As the season neared its end, the Cardinal squad
was expected to place high in the Western Regionals and
in the State Wrestling Meet at Washington 8: Lee High
School in Arlington.
Outstanding performances this season were turned in
by undefeated Gene Touchstone and jerry Barker, and once-
beaten Mike Brown and Tommy Slayton. Contributing to
the outstanding season were Branson Isley, LeRoy Mer-
ricks, Richard Dixon, Doug Thomasson, Barry Koplen,
Dan Hooker, Jerry Eanes and Rocky English.
Our Score Opponents Score
29 Greensboro Grimsley ..,........... 15
18 V. S, D. B. of Staunton .,...,..,... 34
34 William Fleming .....,. . . . 18
47 Jefferson ........,..,. . , 3
50 Patrick Henry .......,. , , . 0
16 Appalachian High .,....... . . . 28
35 William Fleming ........... . . . 21
41 Hargrave Military Academy . . . . , , 11
40 Blacksburg .,....,,.,....,,,.. . . 8
56 Jefferson ......,. . . .
50 Hargrave ....,. , . 0
42 Patrick Henry ,... . . 6
Koplen, Dan Hooker, Jerry Eanes, Rocky English, Flinton Callahan.
1 ,, '-fvhuarl Mrhifl.
Our SCOre Opponents Score
2134 Reidsville ,...... 534
2434 Halifax County ..,.. . , 234
2234 Hargrave Military . . . , . 434
2634 Hargrave Military . . . . . 34
2334 V. E. S. ........... . . 334
834 Patrick Henry ...... . . 1834
2134 Halifax County ..,.... . . 534
834 Oak Ridge Military .... ..., 1 834
16 V. E. S. ..,...,..... .,.. 1 1
1334 Oak Ridge Military 1334
Golfers Go Great!
The George Washington golf team, coached by George
Carter, finished second in Group I-A Western District
play and placed sixth in the Virginia High School League
State Golf Tournament at Chantilly on May 18-19, 1962.
The Cardinal linksmen marked five straight victories.
Losses to Patrick Henry High and Oak Ridge Military Acad-
emy, by identical 1834-834 scores, and a 1334-1334 tie with Oak
Ridge, marred an otherwise successful season.
Outstanding parbusters for the Cardinal golfers were
-Charles Thompson, Bobby Godsey, Charles Main, and Harry
Lea, a three-year veteran and winner of the "Most Out-
standing Golfer" award.
"THE RIGHT HAND HERE," says Coach Carter instructing
Charles Main, Mike Tucker, and John Barr, GW top golfers, on
how to hold the club most effectively.
GOLF TEAM First Row: john Barr, Terry Towler, john Barrick, Payne, Walker Lea, Richard Dooley, Jack Bagby, Paul Salmon,
Mike Tucker, Charles Main. Second Row: York Winston, Bill Chris Harlow.
Q--- i '
, ,, gafafwz lf gpawapfp B7
Left to right: M. H. Herndon, Bill Bolton, manager of the Connie
team, and Wray Ware.
Three years of "togetherness," along with excellent
coaching, led the 1962 Connie Mack team to undreamed-of
heights-all the way to Springfield, Illinois, and the
As the season began in the late spring of 1962, practice
sessions were not too strenuous. This squad carried the
fine points of baseball from their three years of high
school work at George Washington into their bid for
the district championship.
Compiling a 17-0 district record, the Connie Mackers,
defeating Charlotte Courthouse who once stood victorious
over the Danville team, fought through a tight double
elimination play-off to become area champs.
CONNIE MACK TEAM Wray Ware, Charlie Falwell, Randy
Davis, Tommy Cole, Tom Lampman, Eddie Mise, Steve Flynn, M.
H. Herndon, Steve Simmoy Cbat boyl, G. B. Clark, Dennis Shep-
Our Score Opponent's Score
Martinsville .......,..... 1
8 Cranbrook .... .... 0
5 Patrick Henry . , . , . . 4
6 Patrick Henry . . . . . . 3
4 Dan River ...... .... 1
5 Halifax County , . . . . . . 0
S 4 Cobb Memorial , . , , . . . 3
4 William Fleming .,.. .,.. 1
1 William Fleming . . . . . . . 3
Skilled Connie Mack Sluggers
Again at the regionals held in Columbus, Georgia, the
local team bounced back to beat Phoenix City in the
finals after bowing once in the contest. Behind the pitch--
ing of Wray Ware and M. H. Herndon, and the steady
hitting of Tommy Cole and Tom Lampman, a recruit
from Lynchburg, the Connie Mack team became regional
The final and highest honor was the World Series of
Connie Mack play, held at Springfield. In two hard-fought
games, the Danville team bowed to Copiaque, New York,
and Springfield, thus eliminating them from the tourna-
herd, Frankie Pruitt, Aubrey Dewberry, Hubert Haley, Frank Sim-
mons Cassistant coachb, Larry Clark, Riki Campbell, Duke Davis,
William Bolton Ccoachb .
.7 . ..
fa i 'T'
' A is ' ' V M! ,MW
. .,.., ,, ' f "" -fiff if' ' ' ' 2
K , ,, p
. ' M, 2 "i'
-.-- Q . ' . 4 s , "
E 551 ' 71222152.25 P ' ' Q 9
.foafwfasffem 2 '
A fVfWE4f4H! 'CHAMPIQ if Pfffnfff-A M
7Z"fW7fVWZZfl0l'4'!'0!1vf80IcZ9 isii 5
Our Score Opponent Opponent's Score
14 Halifax County .....,...,...... 4
4 Yanceyville ,.... . . . 1
7 jefferson Senior . . . . . . 5
5 jefferson Senior . . , . . . 5
4 Martinsville , . . . . . 3
1 E. C. Glass .o,, 5
14 Dan River 1
6 E.C.Glass... ...1
24 Reidsville . . . . . , 6
GIVE 'EM THE WORD, COACH WILSON! Larry Clark, M. H
Herndon, Tommy Cole, Randy Davis, Riki Campbell, and Wray Ware
listen intently to their coach.
Reflect Glory on Danville, GW and Coach Wilson
With a nucleus of poised, seasoned baseball performers,
L. G. "Lefty" Wilson began his 55th year as baseball
coach. The 1962 squad posted an over-all season record of
15-2-1, good enough for a second place finish in regular
season district play.
The newly inaugurated Western District baseball tourna-
ment was held on May 19, 1962, in Roanoke. After defeat-
ing jefferson Senior in the semi-finals, the Cardinals met
Patrick Henry for the Western District championship.
In an error-plagued contest, the Cardinals were defeated
by a score of 11-7.
Outstanding players for the Cardinal nine throughout
BASEBALL SQUAD PAUSES TO POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHER!
First Row: Don Vipperman, Eddie Mise, Dennis Shepherd, Julian
Shepherd, Julian Henderson, Mac Taylor, Mr. Wilson. Second
the season were pitchers, M. H. Herndon and Wray Ware,
with Herndon, Ware, Tommy Cole, Randy Davis and
Steve Flynn starring at bat and in the field. As tribute to
his outstanding performance in four years of varsity base-
ball competition, Tommy Cole won his second straight
"Most Valuable Player" award.
Representing Danville in Connie Mack play during the
summer months, the Cardinal baseball squad won district,
state, and Southeastern United States regional champion-
ships. The Cards reached the semifinals in the National
Connie Mack championship tournament in Springfield,
Row: Eddie Neal, Aubrey Dewberry, Burgin Beale, M. H. Hern-
don, Larry Clark. Third Row: Steve Flynn, Wesley Harris, Wray
Ware, Randy Davis, Tommy Cole, Riki Campbell.
W 1' W, ...M ,hY,.,,,, , v,N,, , ,,,,,, ,,, . ,, ,, ,...,,.... ,, ,.,,,,,,-,,-,, MMM '-ff - "-' -' f JM" ,. ...J ,,.,,.
A 6 1 W ?W,:i,.,W.r, , ,..,,,.V,M ,,,,, ,,,,, ? , Y.. ,, Av,, ,.,,,,,,, 1 I ,.W,,,,,-,?,, Vkrr A fm T
, , , f , , Af , A . , I f M Q
' , 5 1 ' f ,gf Q , A , '
Z' I 5 5 f ' 1 f V ,
V V,,V I . I 5 , 5, ,. 3 ,, 3 , , L , ,, JE
'giggle 2 4 , 6 ' 5 i ' 6 rf
" 'K wa. ,, ' ...WN , I
, ,,,wW,,i.,,,MM,,,.., . f U.. ,
, ,V W. ,,,,,.,. ,,. Wyman 1,.,. f
W' . J"
,,,., ,M, .
MONOGRAM CLUB First Row: Johnny Barr, Steve Salmony,
Burgin Beale, Claude Owen, Julian Johnson, Jerry Eanes, Branson
Isley, Larry Salmony. Second Row: Danny Hooker, Alan Harris,
Steve Brincefield, George Smith, Mike Brown, David Griffith,
Richard Dixon, Larry Arendall, Rocky English, Seward Anderson,
Wayne McGuire, Steve Flynn. Third Row: Mike Giles, Doug Thom-
asson, Langston Denny, Jerry Barker, Gene Touchstone, Barry
Koplen, Winston Aron, Buddy Clayton. Fourth Row: David Tate,
Phil Soyars, Doug Ganey, Dennis Shepherd, Al Gilbert, Dick Smith,
Chip Gaddy. Fifth Row: Richard Martin, Larry Patton, jerry May-
hew, Ken Parrish, Coy Saul, Richard Harper, Harry Flynn, Eddie
Mise, Shank Dewberry, joe Stilwell, Charles Dodson.
pm s ,, ,,
,gy i.i w 1,
we-:af ,..- . ,,
. V,,V i
tttt M i
nn-ll" ' f '52,
7 v' ...,jnu,1t:w
ATHLETIC HONOR SOCIETY First Row: Gene Touchstone, Branson Isley, Larry Sal-
mony, Steve Flynn, George Smith. Second Row: Steve Salmony, Richard Martin, Winston
Aron, Barry Koplen, Rocky English. Third Row: David Tate, Claude Owen, Ken Parrish,
Martin, Dickie Smith. Fourth Row: Mike Giles, Harry Flynn, Jerry Mayhew, Chip
Athletic Superiors Receive Recognition
Drive, effort, and hours of hard Work qualify boys for membership in the
Monogram Club, composed of those who have earned their varsity letters
through G. Wfs varied sports program.
The "big weekend of the year"-Homecoming--was co-sponsored by this
group and the cheerleaders. Hours of preparation and then it began, ushered in
by a spirited bonfire. Homecoming continued with a parade, the game, and the
announcement of Queen XXV and her attendants. It was climaxed by a formal
dance with a medieval theme honoring Queen Allen and her court.
Also included in Monogram activities were the student-faculty basketball
game and a spring picnic.
But not only physical fitness is stressed by the athletic department. Those
coupling strong minds with strong bodies may qualify for membership in the
Athletic Honor Society. Candidates must have lettered in one major sport, or
two minor sports, and must have maintained a "B" average for the three
is ff' wa,
5' 7 'far
5 1? 5,5 'yea
-fx -5 -ns, we' I-me
' 5 Y 759: g
, - A ,,. Q ' ti-5'
, ,- 52.-V: 'E
Jw: Q, -fu, ,,,v ,:-. en: .. yu- mf.:-, ff
' :' a 5.1 ' if
" ,555 1
We the youth of George Washington High School,
explore New F1f0ntiers as we grow and develop through the
Classes, building toward the senior year, We think of our-
selves, not as four different classes, but as one student
body working together for the betterment of ourselves
and our school.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Beverly Barksdale, vice-presidentg
sittirzgg Robin Mustain, treasurer.
Q ' 'Z ' W
Mary Drake Booth
One Hundred Two
Jay Dorman, president, rigbtg
Bobbye Raye Ingram, secretary,
2 ww f . ..
,ff if f'
'- . it -lrff 4: .:w:-- 1
Mary Ann Alfriend
,. Q , my 3 ,
fa., , .9-' K , f
. 2 7 ',g W-nuff
L at ' K'
As Fall, 1962, Arrives
The Freshman Class of 1965 was one of the
largest classes ever to enter George Washington.
There were over 700 students coming from sever-
al different schools, eager to be welcomed.
T Welcomed? Yes, as they entered the huge
doors, they were greeted by opportunity and
many friendly upperclassmen. They are heard to
remark about the chance for "the fresh new start."
"A helpful guidance council and intelligent,
understanding teachers have been very important
in our adjustmentj, said a class officer.
The most impressive feature for every fresh-
man, boy or girl, was the mysterious and excit-
ing Senior Lounge. "Our greatest desire is to
someday be a senior and finally enter and enjoy
the Senior Lounge,', was the reaction of one mem-
ber of the freshman class.
Main activities were directed and carried out
by the Freshman Advisory Council. This group
consisted of one representative from each home-
room, who took ideas from the homeroom to
committees for adjustments. Later the council
put selected ideas into effect.
It was a typical freshman class with typical
freshman problems. The Freshman Advisory
Council did prove its worth by citing the im-
maturity shown by the freshman and by working
to improve attitudes, social and scholastic, and
to boost morales.
A lill ZIA:
as , K fi
' lt r r . e y V V in
A , W
5' Y f ' C D, M 'K ai'
' iqw ww W
, ,1 - if I if, I t ,,. ,. , 5 ,
Lee Ann Broome
Puzzled Frosh Wander In Maze of Corridors
" 1' if ,fm
i. n, k
is sh? !
v V 'Y
if L Q
MN, . Q
at nf 4
4 x V , W
Ruth Ann Daughrity
Mary De Haven
One H undrccl T href,
M.. ..4 V. 'fr i
,1-,If ' , 'agllfi-, V' -
if K . f
Q' H ' '-1 ? I A' K ,! 1
5 I, I
M if 1
,,.A 3 M
. .,,.,,,, , ff'
Jo Ann Flora
F -1i11f' J "
v l , I'
L i e
V .f,,.EZ ' '
W , I: if 'Wag' F'
r '. 3, V gil
V lg x I
, Q " i L ,Q v
7 . Z e vl ,D e
4 1 x,
i f 4'-" vv i - .2 :V , ,, V v
5 fla sl L v ' f f
, ' V "'s ' V AA::vv a f ,
, vyrrsg ,
One Hundred Four
2 1 .- wr
in f , , ,
. ,f wwjlw
ff' ,, .
Jo Anne Gatewo
'ij if "ff" i
Jo Ann Handy
Betty Jo Hardy
H M 1
'Q ,,, V I
, 7 :.V z '
v 1, . '-4. -
ff W? if A '
TV Science, Latin and French
kgs if-A i
5 W, AL , , 5
- "mf I ,
,. W? A , M?
'W K N A' f wif
Jo Anne Holland
,, ,. VA
' Av 022
- me ,
One Hundred Five
Bobbye Raye Ingram
Mary Ellen Johnson
V, f,. ,V .. ,
3 M M.
A ,V , gm, R or
glvlv VV ' H M
I ,V : gmac V V .1 ., Hari
.i, ' lv V A" ,,. :dxf - 1
A vli K M .,,.. ,. .,, V I
---v.- ,...,. , K
rura 1 , rr a i Q e , ',,,
'Y 5 Z , Q, I
Wai K ' ii' I
.. . 5 1.::V,, ,zl l E ,. ,.,, ..,., , '
Four" Selected to Lead l
- Noell 101195
6 . Sandra Jones
M , ' Bettie Jordan
, Mike Jordan
yin Linda Kearts
,,5E ,,,.f1 F A .,,...': 57 -fzg Beverly Keeling
I uuzzlzgizi Beverly Kendrick
Iljgv , Richard Kendrick
K L , i Shirley Kilgore
lai r 1 Z he 1 ,, . Q Louise Knick
H I A S' ' 1 :'l A ital21leyKKmciC
ggggfffifdf 1 ' ,J 1 ,- f i' in 3. DOW CS
i f A . V at " l of .lean Kossoff
R K' zrrnnr i s ' Karolvn Kurtz
A V I A Melody Lambert
A ' f ' f'f' A Vincent Lancaster
-r la , Til , .. M1 I A K JimmY Lane
R " 'tz el r. Bob Laromore
I.. ,wjj-fy? .. lghfjgiyi M i - A s h a 4 P . . L
V, ,ref H rw 5 , ,, g i atricia arge
iiea V A """': at - VAVV Z Danny Lavinder
A ZIAA e A "i' ':'l' Rachel Lawson
' H HVA Ronald Layne
i s i no R 'f 1 ' L Burch I-ent:
L .,- nr.n on Q ':', L ' R i, fi o George Leonard
A eloa f e Larry Leovafd
2'1 " 'E" :- 1 zy' Jerry I-eW15
c A H 112 ZE,.E N .AlQ, Iyf- 2 4,..,5. Jetty Lewis
' i::o,n , " Iie Judy Lewis
One Hundred Six
2 ' '
1 7 ' i",
s o': o eoiz' I
Daryl McGee Lf'AW V H . : A ,::,. A
Michael McGowan t A
Dwain McGregor 3 tm '-if V S , fn
Thomas McGregor H S i A, ,, ' Vw
james McKinney 79 V 'Ei ' 'U '
Calvin McMann "
Ginger Maddox t t
-t' 'fg x
. Mary Layne Mansfield ,,
Norma Mangus ' ' ,K
John Marlowe N .. Q ' ' A ,,
Judith Marsella ,. "AAA if S get VV ' A '
Edward Martin V - ' 177 ' A, 4,
Shirley Mai-rin at f' i V M '
Vickie Martin I
Linda Matkins ,,1-,--- , ' - '- ,
Kim Matthews ' A A sf?
Andy Maruakis i ,,, N , A if . if , 4
Allen Meadows V' ' - ff V ' V 1- ,Q A if f A
Connie Meadows i :"1 H l V KV 1 ' ILM 1 VEAAQ f
Ralph Meadows f A 'YF , V if H : , .1
Kim Meeks ' '
Tremendous Freshman Class
Rodger Mitchell AV., 'A , "'l' 'AA 2 l ' V ,
Anne Mitchelle , ,V i A i M R
Thomas Moran :gig A iw QA V V A ,' A A ,,,, A .,', f"V 'F
Anne Moore A A, . AJ ,Vz ,, ,A Ai ,, ,A :tif f Ai
Barbara Moore A' Vf . Awe W, f
Danny Moore 3 ,. , V "
Linda Moore "" V ""'l A V'
Ronald Moore V,,V , , ,, L '
Bonnie Morgan ' , , . I, I ' ' A " A1
Linda Morgan 2 ':,,,.,,. ,H ,AA f jgyv A AA V f A
Hodges Motley e '- ',-' i',' '.'- 'A '
Samuel Munford ' 1 i.V. 3
Donald Mustain A , , 'A ,
Robin Mustain H 2 ' V
Joan Myers ' ' ,
Stephen Nakdiman " A
Gary Nance AV ,M A ' f 9
Betty Neal ,... ' ,, 53 'V V A s 'V' A4530 ,
Duane Neal 5 ' is ' gi V' QL? f Af
Brenda Newman "'f 1 -,,V,- , '
Linda Oakes ,,,.1 A
P ,A A , A V M Maurice Oakes
S ,j . ' V A ,, 'A xg ' Steve O'Nl::il
" , , AA ,' , W 5 ? Salene Os orne
Q V, 31 I if Susan Overby
-"' f' '57 Q7 Aline Overton
V ' S in ,,i '7 5 V- Barbara Owen
U V eff V V .
,L A ,
V M '
One H unclrecl Seven
A V Jrn V A , in
'J - TM
A '- A,ZV A ' tangy V PM .
,.: .:,i, vv.- V Q,
- ... A - KV I A .,,,.. - -f -,E,,.
, , , ,.,- .. V,f,3
J ,,,V, E ,V , W . , , ig
S V: 'W maj?
, , , iq,
' V "cf
Rigney 3 h
Rose Marie Petty
Mary Anne Phelps
First Exams Create
37 K if
SM VVAA "'. ' we i
i E , Qlix , A I ,
Betty Jane Shelton
,f ry I ,.., , 6 V, , J H-.M
, E ,VVE , Q 1 5,
if ' 3
0 lib fi ,
A T ee 1 ii .
f ' L R ' V ts '
i i 5
' A i I fl?
Flurr of Excitement
R.icky Snead . .a
Susan Snead w ,,n:i
Patsy Sparks ' H
Janice Stallings igl. 4
Francine Stanley V
Wilmer Stanley - 1
Tommy Stowe fb-f
Frank Strickler '
gk , ,din
Libby Taylor if Q
Joe Taylor f
Sandra Taylor ,
Rosalyne Terry ' V A
Roger Testerman A
Dianne Thigpen fi 55 'W
. if we , 3
Ronnie Lee Smith
y gr I V gli ,
7- ' W 4 '
V7 ff' , T ' f, Az , g
4 e - -ti ' f, ' 1 p ' , 1 i f W
Randy Thomas T4 , s,,'e fr - ' ". ' ' Z
Ronald Thomas :EA H L 1 V ,
Winston Thomas A,,. i f'i A A 8' H -.,Zz: '1 4
Dick Thomson -,,- f--: I I
Patricia Todd V 'A ,
Rebecca Toler A 9 ff 'p'W T' 5 , V
Brenda Toler 'T "" "T" V ,,,,, M -'f"- it l ,.'- L I L- , 4 '
Sylvia Travis A A 'V an . 1 , A , ", , ' ii V .,, ,
Ivan Trent - ..Z fe' ' i
Billy Turner a.it S i" ' - at i
Margaret Turner ""t """ , " .
NanCY Tllfflef .. iiii 'V S
Rod Turner t 1 , n Q y no y n
Larry Tufpin 5' '. K 1, ,3 ' ail "' f : SWA 'V
Melva Turpin ' I V A e 'f u A ' '
Dennis Underwood W xr'-7 'f ff
Patricia Vaden -',, in zt- ' 'V .,:VV :" 1 t
Billy Vanderwerff "'ffe Tiff ' I
One Hundred Nine
f f ' V, Robert Vasold
VV ,V , ,, e, V f , ,,,,' ' 3? Brenda Kay Vaughn
" " ff" Civ A "" X V, , ' , 'V 4, , wl 4V 1 V Ve Archie Vernon
Vfjl ' Q75 , . 3 4 ,jg -A ,,,V ' Miller Vernon
I My I ' V "" H Y , Toni Voges
1-2' ---"' ' William Wade
i . r Alan Walker
, , I I gi Vaei e , A J0YCe Walker
5 V ' ' fi' " V Pamela Walker
,fe-V A - ,zl f", V V if "' 5V 52 V .-.V an Ronnie Walker
. ' I ,,l , , Judy Walton
V ,V V ..-: VV . V, , qruy f Junnie Walton
. ffeff ay, K V ' ' ' "
,,,, . John Ward
VVV: ili . .1 551, , Susan Ward
' "" 1 Linda Warren
" 5, V V H ' V A Betty Warren
. ' ' W, V A V g Steven Weber
'VI ,I 1,4 gg? ,gg " " E, , , 5 'Je A V , Linda Wells
, -V ' , iff I , Bill Wentz
B i f I Marie White
V ' ' Anne Whitehurst
Youngsters Reflect Progress
Vicki Wilkerson , ir A ef A V
Judy Williams I V 'Q gi, Vg ,.V,
Kenneth Williams y , , I eee, is fr , we
Carolyn Willis ' 'fy ' My
David Willis e:,, y V f
Jackie Willis it V ZV, e er if 1
Jo Ann Willis V I' "" V V - , ' 'L
Larry Willis . A VVVV V VV , V A
Steven Willis ,N V V 4 .V QM V Z, V' I I ' I I
Brenda Wilson ms ,V V4 V 4 ,, , , ,-fe ...,
Nancy Wilson 1 4 E I "' A f V I- f 4' ,
Phyllis Loraine Wilson j I ' nviaie o f ,
Phyllis May Wilson Z
Buck Wiseman I I David Womack .. ' '
Robert Woodall ,, , , , ' V
Carol Young A I' A1 FQ?
Sara Young ' '
Charles Zufall ,er FRESHMAN ADVISORY COUNCIL First Row: Reid Taylor,
Frankie Strickler, Rodger Beck, Linda Matkins, Ann Moore, Ronald
Moore, Larry Heldreth, Joan Garrettg Second Row: Joel Fuller,
Chuck Harris, David Womack, Robin Mustain, Bobbye Raye
Wadeg Third Row: Dick Thomson, Beverly Barksdale,
Brenda Newman, Ann McBrayer, George Leonard,
johnny Hamlin, Jay Dorman.
NEW TO FROSH has
FROSH MAY MINGLE with sophomores in taking biology.
Junior high students now may take advanced courses almost
enabling them to enter GW as sophomores. Here biology teacher
Mr. Marshall Pender instructs his students Faye Pearman, Wayne
White, Janet Strader, and Janice Goodson.
After Year of Maturing
been exercised for several
years by Junior Shirley
ALMOST SNOWBOUND, GWites flee to cars and freshmen find they'd gladly give up their place in the carpool to have mother
pick them up. Whats going on under the umbrella?
Mrs, Mabel Davis greets parents as they follow student schedules on Visitor's Night.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Tommy Slayton, treasurer, Joel Deboe,
president, Sandra Barrick, secretary, Dave Griffith, vice-president.
Iva June Anderson
f-X S' !
g W he
The Greeks had a word for it-and the Sopho-
more class set out to prove that being "wise
fools" could be a sobering, pleasant and alto-
gether profitable experience, Each member of the
Class of '65 felt like an old hand at trying to
arrange a twenty-four hour day to accommodate:
first, the increased study time demanded in senior
high school, second, ambitious endeavors to
demonstrate true school spirit by contributing
to the student activity program, third, a
minimum of sleep lest any precious time be
wasted in oblivion, and last, a maximum of food
for the cavernous appetite of the growing soph.
Highlights of the year for the class as a whole
were the annual Clash of the Classes, the selection
of JV Cheerleaders, and participation in the
junior-Senior banquet as sophomore waitresses
"Wise Fools" Return
il. , 1
Ru fly, , A
wwf? 6 .V ,
3 S ir--Ig ,I
.- ,ff , ,
1 6:" Judy Barnett
A Sandra Barrick
' ,,V,., Ann Bateman
'i "fr -"' David Baxa
W H Janice Beale
Q , ,
' ""i W Roger Barksdale
f s e Peggy Bercaw
" i "' H f ' Rhoda Bettenton
" Kathryn Billings
Zi 3? is
, 1, Vii One Hundred Twelve
f ' ' Linda Black
S Y s
Billye Faye Brothers
-511 5 msg
QQ Q N t
:ix ...X L.
' X3 ..
Linda Faye Clayt
ta- . , it.
. , ' Lb idly?
O? il, a J Q M
fy I3 .7 'la 'r s' , V: X'
I. vv , ., All 0 VV
l x F!
,D f it
Sue Clement I .:" D Vf i'a S -"' Th'
,, ff' W l
,as ,. S is in J X
O , X
J an F is
KVALI ' , l
r g a
4 Q ,
One Hundred Thirteen
i v 5 f
Q55 ,dai ' '
,Q if I
,f ,, ,-
E Z. J V I , il f
-7 ,,,, I j
6 g -'f' -vv f
f wg -ff
atm, if 2. f-.
' v - 1 it, ,
Q.. V . , L qfajw ,
l x 1.5 V ,
One Hunclrecl Fourteen
"Brains" Advance 1nto
, ,, A, .. V
O .J .
Donna Sue D-odd
Martha Jo Dunn
O .5 .J
Carol Ann Finley
Jo Ann Fisher
r'-:. ,sii, . r
A fer- Q if
. ,EN" 1 'K ...' Typ?
gi Q g r
:.,- 1 '
f ns, n,, ,f
ia? Z, , us., A vs f: , 1
M W aae
4, i E a l
15, ,.,, ,
PT Math and Conquer C3 Caesar
,, , , 5, , ,
34 3 as
id H ff' , 'Vi av
V Z2 ffjf'
'lf' as KY
james Thomas Hall
James Vann Hall
W M M
Aff f .IL '
,,'Hu,, Y I
ea' ia , 'J ' ..
Q Y ,Q
f Q if
One H unclred Fifteen
b , ,si
o so X Q
L., kig ,E X we
One Ilundrccl Sixteen
.W , , ...J
aww, Q? J
WA .. , ,
V: M 1:5 51 4, f 2- 'Q ' fy, at -' 2, Z V A
V. ,V 1 , , ,L ,' v jf
' X -'fag
. I , ,,- .I -, I . M,
, , ii , -,QM , :I ,, WWA- I A V 'gk '
,, ,..A J I .
A ' f 5 I
' t .L
iw fy- H, Q
f y "', s'-, iz
' ' af
. 14 .
x 6' ,:,.
Sophomores Attack Languages
ga -' - David Haywood
,,.. : Brenda Heacgly
M ::'."- zr, D ' Patricia Hef erman
'Q' L f Jane Heffinger
K Yrs' Barbara Henderson
M S A ,. Rachel Hill
x l x Melody Hilliard
. Wayne Hilliard
- John Hiltzheimer
Z Fred Hoefelmeyer
t .K was I 2, Joan Hogan
X' 5 ' Judith Holmes
, '2:. Johnny Holt
Q? 'F :"' i:L Mildred Holton
u e 5 f J ili , B
r a e t J
eff: C5 iii'i F is
-' e, e" N
I ' i fi Q if ,Q . ,
scse s J
2. S1 J
Q -V " ,L,1 Craig Jones
A m :br Q anny Jones
s , W
'- 5 Erman Jones
'. 'i' , . .
.- . Linda Gayle Jones
,f,,, - L Linda Jones
' , ' Miner Jones
l ' Ronald jones
, Carter Jordan
, June Kelly
A - i Lynda Kessler
-" ' - iq, Q' Donald Koplen
i f l X Carolyn Kirby
ith Great " igahn!
AQ, 2 4.5, , af ,
. g 5 V XJ
,xal 1"2. f
, V ,
' ":"' lii David Leonard
Ai 5. ,.,,
L ,X g .,,.
we Q 5
we W, s
. .,,,. - .A -.
s. .Ei:,s.::1E ,
D is L :" S
. 1 Q
N Troy Lewis
'ff' Wiuiam Liberty
V is is '-" fyg. .5 Harry Link
' s Carolyn Long
':"' - ' Ann Lovelace
Mary Fuller McGlaughlin
f V I '
Q w ' g fm ii
. kg Q , .
:M .M ' N' -X
. .ar It
- M .
2 " I
A 7,,.Vf, hmm? 1
n e g
One H unclrcd Seventeen
Y 5 .
ii ' ,ff-.. 3
, ,V, it ,,... , . V ,,,
2f aa ai
, L, ,,,,1,,f
Ti A"VA 0 I
I wwgi? Ray Mathews
VVZ. ,zy f
Class Answer Frosh Challenge
Carolyn MOON , fttevfr I
Irene Moore V "l I ' L,,, f af 4 ,
Jo Ann Moore ,,.,' Q waz. "9 ' Q Q I "'i 11?
Patricia Dawn Moore , iks, ' - j
Patricia Marie Moore ,.." i
Gayle Morris Q ' ' I ,
Jay Morris 'V --
Diane Morrczlw Q ,
Garry Murp y , ' 5 1, ,5
Alan Myrick is 'l" ' g M Z X '
Edward Napier if g "'1 my i 'gear
Sandra Neal ' . , , .v'. - . ,A AV -"..V
Bill Newman 'U ,
Sara Nixon 1 , O . I
Kawania Nolan ' - :,1,V
Cooper Norman l'i I H
Louise Norton SOPHOMORE ADVISORY COUNCIL Front Row: Keith "
Allen, David Carr, Lee Stilwell, Sandra Barrick, Carol
Handy, Cynthia Ward, Angie Tompkins, Steve Smith, Susan
Lewis, Bill Scottg Standing: Dave Griffith, Dianne Bowen,
Judy McBride, Sally Gibbs, Karen Marienfieldt, Sue Jones, .
Rosemary Smoot, Joel DeBoe, Burt Sparks. Bill Norton , A ,,,
Roranie Oakes - . :' M V, 'Q'
Lin a Oakley .A z if f ,jig ,
Judith Osborne ' V Z :'- if
John Oskey - V ,
Bill Overton , Q, 5 :
Claude Swason Owen 2 2 f lf
Dianna Owen "
f .g,., l
u ,. v lr 311: 1
V: ,Qt I . I . , n ,
f - fa.,
- , r ' .5 . W
, ez "
M.: - .,
A ..,,. ,, ,,
W V. M
, X ' I U
ith Clash of the Classes
Woodrow Quinn .
Q , 5?
Nancy Raines if
Dale Rakes f
Lois Rasnick V"' Jane Rawley 7
Mary Frances Reynolds . .
Michael Rich ,
Joan Richardson . H -
Terry Richmond ,
Catherine Rickman SV'
if -a ,,
'li is 8
Richard Richardson V 2 f - fe if if
0 0 I
Q K ,ff
' 1:7 rf!
' 2 t J
,V I 4 f ,.- , an 'A
W f :SZ f Q ' " ' i . I , , f
3 , , -wx, , f ' if
Wuqg ' ai
4 ,,, ,hiwff
W 'E " . A I ' ..Z, . 1 VVVA V 'X C- 5
, N . Z 'Z
i R Y W' 3
I i , ... I fd
1 i 1
.:,. V . V M , WT
, . , ,L :V
r I ,,
Lonnie Arthur Pierce
E 4 f W
One H undrecl N meteen
J ' 'ill 'f
'I A I ,
S j 1
iiin y 2 as l V
'ffl M' ' ,,,,
1 ii i ' ! J , S
'W 3 My 9 .
"i fi' A
I i V 3 , of
ophomores Slave at
q ' "".y : rl is ii in " . , ' Carmen Soto
,C on of . e , r e .Q ss , e gogefssolghafd
P ' -- ,,3 ett W S '-, ' urt par s
'ig S Carolyn Sparks
V Q 'K iiiz L f" H Patricia Spencer
R it Qi , Peggy Stallings
ti , O xy O A . Betty Stanley
M 1 Q - -. Bill Stanley
W p P A W S M S . David Staples
if t :., A-Su! get , Paula Stapleton
Q-N T 6 xii C - M X "t 1. p A ,m p Nathan Stephens
C L53 ,c,ee Xa 'gf ' I . , . 5 :,y '1 nj, as so Lee sfiuweu
I Janet Strader
, C Lee Swain
Q Virginia Swem
vs M .. I t 8 to A ,. X N I. Carrol Talley
"+ H eu gk ' Q C - 'S ' V y I f Kenneth Talley
r 55549 ' f -- Judith me
M gif' ji' '- - fy j - D ":-. --:. , Judy Raye Tate
.ip " , fl K t, Arline Taylor
One Hundred Twenty
A A 1, .K
C , y X 1
ii . Kofi?
,K 5- 1, 2
. ig 5 ,
For Soph1sticated Superiors
E ..y E
it set. -
Bob Van Allen
Linda Van Oot
Mary Ellen Walker
lA , ,
H 1 O
at if t
'lr A is
Ng Mas? fs
2 Q3 Z 5 , J s. J Q
W Q,-mfg vnyf ML? A 5 V
L I r 1 I
,,, G A ,
.j ,V ., , 1: - ",, , ,,A. E ' , V 'Jr
Jfg he V , ' A '5 .2- V f,,.,f'.. 1 ,I L ,
ss'v W f Q T T -Q aaiia ff QQ
K V ' ,"-f 1 1 ' fi, I
One Hundred Twenty One
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Jo Ann Martin, .tecretaryf Jimmy
presidentg Trippy Roach, vice-presidenty Mary Beth Pretty, treasurer.
Upperclassmen at last! Now, juniors, the Class
of 1964 could "lord it over" a record enrollment
of underclassmen. And what better way to dis-
play it than with those long-awaited class rings?
First, with the selection of an advisory council,
then with the election of officers, the class began
to get organized to take their final stand against
their senior elders in the trying Clash of the
In the spring, all minds turned to money as
the class second in command began to make
plans for the Junior-Senior Banquet, their final
fling scheduled in honor of their superiors. But
feigning obsequiousness wasn't too hard to bear,
as the juniors began to realize during the election
of S.C.A. officers and class day activities, that
next year they would be "top men on the totem
Larry Gene Aaron p rt
Carol Abbott X Q
Natalie Adams -' . A '
Brenda Joyce Adkins ,.. s N
Donald Adkins J X , , ,, W
, ssst sl"-f,- Q
Larry Lee Adkins A
Roslyn Adkins -1 '
Merry Agee 1
Carolyn Allen -
Ronald Allen e " -
John Jackson Bagby A
Robert Cary Bailey
Thomas L. Bailey
Linda Grey Barrett
Sarah Ellen Bass
One Hundred Twenty-Two
if --ze i
Ruby Jo Booth
Jerry Lawrence Borup
Patricia Gale Brady
Charles Wayne Brann
c Ei a
Recognizes Top Ten uniors
'-,.1E:f',r ' I' r
'fm ' ,f '21-. :
i R Q
we ,. fa , , nel
, I -Z,-f : Q- ww
5- fee . .N ew
Mary Frances Clifton
Betty Jean Coffey
Roger Lee Cook
One Hundred Twenty Three
Carl Nelson Crowder
Gloria Jean Dalton
Larry Wayne Dalton
Drusilla May Daniel
Sharon Lee Daniel
Ellen Gail Darnell
Clyde Bowen Davis
Patricia Ann Edwards
Erma Sue Elkins
Frances Kaye Elliott
Margie Lee Elliott
Nancy Deane Elliott
Robert Lea Elliott
Jane Anne Eli
Neil Byerly Fleming
Kitty Penn Fuller
Clifford Garland Gaddy, Jr.
Gail Ardyce Gammon
James Douglas Ganey
One Hundred Twenty-Four
X ,,-- . mr. .
,st .. . sff:ssa::,.
'1 5 5,
Capricious Capers Contribute
- ' f - fifzsigsffsl figs
Curtis Ray Davis
Janet Lee Dillon
Mary Frances Doss
Shirley Ann Dowdy
Beverly Josephine Dunn
Johnny Wyatt Eanes
George Thomas Edwards
f fr if
? Jia 54' 5
Copious CD Capital for Class
Danny Harvey -Q
Pam Harvey ,D E
Janis Hawkins f
Delores Haynes -
Roberta Havens U .3 it MMR
Brenda Carol Henderson
Brenda Joyce Henderson
Lillian Sue Gatewood
Elvin Thomas Gilreath
Becky Jo Gobbel
Betty Stuart Haley
K K -f'k -f . K?
Mary Kaye Hoskins
Mary Frances Hughes
Betty Jean Ingram
One Hundred Twenty-Five
. ' ,X
Barbara Jo Lawton
Mary Lou Leonard
George Alan Lewis
Mary Lamar Lewis
Patricia Mae McCollum
5 ,, ,.
S5 Q K
Earl Howard Johnson
James Arthur Jones
Richard Thomas Jones
Ruth Anne Jones
Bernice Carol Joyce
Kenneth James Kirby
Anna Elizabeth Laster
SCA Elections Reflect
. as z-35
sr ii 5 ,ogg
Patsy Marlene McGrady
Mary Ellen McKinney
'f"1 5 SSE? X
' as ,wa
2-s.:ssa:ffe: af.-V 5,-:ik
Jeff, 7 iz ff -1
1-var: -A221591 swf
jo Ann Martin
One Hundred T
Edward Lee Mise
Charles Robert Moll
William Robert Moss
Iva jean Moulder
X gg ig,
. as it
Enthusiasm and Entertainment
if f y nemf -' '-
Q N 1
.W ,L , 2
nursrncs -FAST!!! '-
Q m 9
FG ' 'A 15
iff! sr V1
rv M ?
Q Q3 9
9 Donna Parrott
Mary Beth Pretty
"IST DAS NICHT UN
TYPING CHART?" Stand-
ing: Mrs. Betsy Curryg First
Row: Thomas Brincefield,
Katherine Mann, Linda Hay-
mesg Second Row: Wesley
Saunders, Nancy Shelton.
One Hundred Twenty-Seven
Henry Jonah Pulley
Peggy Ann Queen
Betty Jean Reid
Obie Lewis Roach, III
Patricia Ann Salmon
Maria Elena Samuels
Hugh Scott Saunders
4 7:5 Q.
1, ' nf? if ff
M 1 iii , . f,
'zj' in Q 4
" " ,f' if X 5?
- I W,
- ' ' .' 4iQi,5214:5?72'1224E19?4Wif
'.:23wi'? V, ' hfglgfffilflfv' I-
Ona Hundred Twenty-Eight
Jubilance Rules Scene
Carolyn Ann Scearce
George Howard Smith, Jr.
N Suzanne Smith
Judith Ellaine Southern
As Class Rings Arrive
Charles Bruce Wyatt
Brenda Faye Yeatts
Jo Ann Wingfield
gf ' , f '
,,.i, . ..s,, .,
Thomas Michael Tucker
Barbara Lynn Turpin
Sandra Dawn Vaden
Judy Ann Ware
Jo Ann Washington
f , 5 2
aa 'Y 1'
One Hundred Twenty Nma
2 , -fa-
TAKE A BOW, JUDY! Joan Vincent, Jane Beale, Judy Barnett, Blair Johnson,
Mary Fuller McGlaughlin, Kerry Campbell, and Marilyn Gowin sing another
chorus of "Happy Birthday" to Judy Clark during lunch.
Marshals Maneuver Upperclassmen
"WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OTHER FOUR?" Jackie Kimmel,
Penny Turner, Celia Worsham, Sherry Haraway, and Jo Ann Martin
rehearse for the murder mystery Nine Girl: while waiting for other
members of the cast: Joan Vincent, Margaret Burks, Janice Hunt, MR. BLUSTER STRIKES AGAIN' Cathy Thompson vows to Donna
and Lynn Willeford. Parrott to find the phantom trying to drive her out of her locker
T H R E E FUTURE
gently solve one of
t h o s e exasperating
Working on a chal-
lenging principle are
, Gus Haliasos, Bob
Robertson, and jane
X ,, '5'E:frf?flif?"'b-+ .HSM '
. -Wg ewgci? mf!!
Through Class Day Exercises
WHAT! CONCENTRATION IN THE SENIOR LOUNGE?
Billy Nye and Jimmy Scruggs are engaged in a chess game as
Terrell Stanley, Singleton Collins, Norman Cook, and Richard
THEY'LL PUT THE CAVALIER ON TOP either by hard work, pro- DIXOH 100k OH-
ducing quality, or by trickeryg Right U1-ont to lmckj : Maria Scott, Cathy
Thompson, Mike Salmong Left Cfront to backjz Susan Thompson, Pat THE PYRAMIDS OF EGYPT are not as well constructed as this
Phelps, Harvey Krasney, Becky Crutchfield. one formed by sophomore uphys. edf, girls.
. E . ww Q
. . . . , . BN .. ......... .. , . . ,W
To believe what is said in Senior Lounge is
to realize that all of the Seniors agreed that
their Senior year was "the best year of all."
First of all problems coming up was a monu-
mental one-money. Then came a logical solution
-the Senior Play. "Our Hearts Were Young and
Gay" produced not only money but also pride
in the fine Cast and faculty assistants who worked
so hard in this endeavor.
One of the greatest thrills of this year was the
attainment of a brilliant, winning football season.
What stars! What teamwork!
At the threshold of graduation with diplomas
on the horizon, it was a sobering experience to
know that challenging New Frontiers were open-
ing: college, careers, marriage and family. Four
years of solid preparation at George Washington
High School-this training would afford a sus-
taining reserve of experience and memories on
which to fall back in the future for the Class
Seniors Receive Lounge Privileges
JAMES LARRY ARENDALL
BERNADINE JOY ARNN
HARRY WINSTON ARON
RANDOLPH LESTER ATKINS
BARBARA JEAN BAKER
BILLIE SUE BAKER
At Long, Long Last
... , MZ
Q -',, Q V 'f
DONALD WILSON BAYNES
MYRTICE FRANCES BEDWELL
TERESA ELAINE BERGER
JERRY WILLIAM BARKER
MARY KENNON BARKSDALE
JOHN SYKES BARR
JANE ELIZABETH BARRETT
JOHN WALTER BARRICK
JUDITH LORRAINE BATEMAN
LOIS LEE BRANDT
ROBERT CARROLL BROOKS
CLAUDE WILLIAM BROWN
MICHAEL LEON BROWN
PATRICIA JEAN BROWN
DONNA MARIE BROXSON
One Hundred Thirty-Four
ELIZABETH ANIVA BERRY
CAROLYN CRAIG BLAIR
BEVERLY ANN BOATWRIGHT
BONNIE LOU BOATWRIGHT
DOROTHY STEWART BOWDEN
JANICE MYRENE BOYD
Students Rank High
SARAH CARTER BRUCE
JACK DOUGLAS BURKHOLDER
SANDRA AYERS BURRELL
Jo ANN BURTON
EVELYN CAROLYN CAMPBELL
HARRY BENNETT CARR, IV
In NMSQT Competition
PATSY GAIL CARTER
ROBERT BRISTOW CATHEY
JANE KIRBY CHAMPION
PATSY ANNE CHEEK
ALICE WHITESIDE CLEMENT
NATHANIEL ELLIOTT CLEMENT
One Hundred Thirty-Five
TERRY SUSAN CLEMENT
JACQUELYN LEE COLEMAN
LILLIE JEANETTE COLEMAN
Make-up Madness Heralds
OLIVER SINGLETON COLLINS, III
YVONNE MARIE COLLIS
LAURA CATHERINE CONNOR
NORMAN THOMAS COOK
FAYE LESTER COX
MARGARET SUSAN CRANE
VIRGINIA LEE DAUGHRITY
BARBARA ANN DAVIS
GAYE CAROL DAWSON
DONNIE LEE DeVALL
RICHARD MAUPIN DIXON
'E Hectic Preparations for Senior Pla
REBECCA BONITA DOSS
COULD GLORIA LUCADO BE ASK- RUTH ANN DOWDY
ING Santa for a diploma?
LARRY RUSSELL DUNCAN
CHARLES RICHMOND DYKES
BRENDA LEE EANES
CONNIE SUE ELLIOTT
LAWRENCE EDWARD ELLIOTT
ROBERT HUGH ENGLISH
One Hundred Thirty-Seven
WILLIAM RANDALL EVANS
BILLIE JUDITH FERGUSON
ROBERT WAYNE FERGUSON
VICKY DIANNE GARDNER
MARTHA JUNE GARRIS
EARLENE CONSTANCE GERRINGER
One Hundred Thirty-Eight
Class of '63 Boasts
RAY ANDREW FISHER
HARRY WEISIGER FLYNN, JR.
STEPHEN JAMES FLYNN
BETTY CAROL GAMMON
BESSIE MARIE GANTSOUDES
ANTHONY MORRIS GARDINER
Winning Football Season
. V.V1A, , A ,
g .ilh " Y-.gl
BRENDA JUDITH GILES o A
LEAH FRANCES GILLILAND '
LAWRENCE WESLEY GOURLEY - N'
CAROLYN BENEDETTA GROUX
ELIZABETH LENORE GRUBBS
CONSTANTINE ATHAN HALIASOS
ALVIS STARLING GILBERT, JR.
ROBERT BRUCE GILBERT
THOMAS HIDER GILBERT
CALVIN HOMER HALL
JOHNNIE WILLIAM HALL, JR.
HAROLD HAMLETT HARAWAY
One Hundred Thirty-Nine
SHERRY LEE HARAWAY
HOWARD WATSON HARDY
LARRY HALE HARDY
Victorious Varsit Heroes
IRA WADE HARMON y
ALAN THOMAS HARRIS
SENIOR ADVISORY COUNCIL Standing: Charles Main, Don Mclver, Doug Thomasson, Tony Gardiner,
Gene Touchstone, Butch Browng Seated: Dale Terry, Bessie Gantsoudes, Penny Allen, Coy Saul, Sherry
Harraway, Carolyn Campbell, Richard Dixon, Calvin Hall.
TERESA ALLEN HARRIS
WESLEY GARFIELD HARRIS
JULIAN WEBSTER HENDERSON
WILLIAM FLOYD HENDERSON
CARROL EDGAR HIGGINS
CAROL ANN HOLLEY
Have Satisfying Season
DONALD HOWARD HOLLEY
DANIEL NORRIS HOOKER
ROBERT CHARLES HUFFMAN
HARRY THOMAS HOOVER
JOHNNIE RONALD HOPKINS
GEORGE ANDREW HUGHES
NANCY LAYNE HUNDLEY
JOYCE ANN HUTCHERSON
ANN LOUISE HYLTON
f 1:41 1 2
" A X' 1224
" ff "':, fi f ' if , A
Q. ,. -saga-b -e
- .- ,,,.
PATRICIA ANN JONES
JUDITH MARIE JORDAN
THOMAS CARLTON KEATT S
CHARLES BLOUNT KELLO
JEANIE NAOMI LEWIS KITCHEN
BARRY MICHEAL KOPLEN
One Hundred Forty-Two
PATRICIA DALE JEFFERSON
STUART PHILLIP JENKINS
MARY ALICE JOHNSON
AUSTIN EDWARD JONES, JR.
DONNA FARTHING JONES
JERRY WAYNE JONES
HARVEY CHARLES KRASNY
SAMUEL ALBERT KUSHNER, JR.
KATHERINE VIRGINIA LAND
FRANCES MARIE LARAMORE
ANNE ELIZABETH LEWIS
HELEN ANN LEWIS
By Return of Alumni
SANDRA ARLENE LEWIS
GLORIA AILEEN LUCADO
BILLIE RUTH MCCALL
VICTORIA JEAN MCCRAW
THOMAS WAYNE McDOWELL
BRENDA FAYE MCGILL
One Hundred Forty-Three
JOAN FAYE MCGREGOR
BONNIE JEAN McINTYRE
DONALD CAMERON MCIVER
SENIOR MONITORS Standing: Gene Touch-
stone, Al Gilbert, johnny Barrick, Nat Clement
Albert Kushner, Jimmy Rice, Roy Oweng Seated:
Barry Koplen, Pe Moran Mar Alice oh
ggv , Y J nwn,
Betty Slayton, Richard Dixon.
One Hundred Forty-Four
College Boards Confront
CHARLES REID MAIN
ELLIS EUGENE MANN
SUSAN ELLEN MARLOW
JOYCE MARIE MARSHALL
JAMES ADDISON MARTIN, JR.
JUDITH ANNE MARTIN
STEVEN BERKELEY MAYS
MARY ELIZABETH MEADOR
LINDA LOU MERRICKS
ROBERT JOHNSON MILLS
WILLIAM BENJAMIN MITCHELL, JR.
TIMOTHY DAVID MONTGOMERY
MICHAEL JOHN MAURAKIS
JERRY LAWRENCE MAYHEW
LESTER HERBERT MAYHEW
NANCY CAROLYN MOON
ALICE FAYE MOOREFIELD
GERALD EDWARD MORAN
One Hundred Forty-Five
44 A f
A I if
5 if. V
wmqf I Eff '
A. 3 3,3
.f Ri ' ' -
,ia ir. .
'af .f," , Lak
LAVENIA GAIL MOTLEY
RONALD WILLIAM MURPHY
JACKIE THROWER MYERS
RANDALL MAUDE NICHOLS
BRENDA SUE NORTON
ROLLIE CLAYTON NYE, JR.
MARGARET MILDRED MORAN
DAVID ROWLAND MORRIS
DANIEL SANDERS MORROW
aunt Journalists Journey
JERRY LYNN OAKES
MARGARET SUSAN OAKES
CLAUDE BERNARD OWEN, JR.
ROY THOMAS OWEN, JR.
LOUISE CAROLYN PARSONS
ALETA DAWN PATTERSON
TO New York for C.S.P.A.
BRENDA MURPHY PREVETTE
LEWIS IRVIN RAMEY, III
BILLY WAYNE REESE
GEORGE VICK PATTERSON
DARRELL HENRY PATTY, JR
WILLIAM OSCAR PAUL, III
JULIA CAROLYN PAYNE
CELIA FRANCES PERKINS
DENNIS PAUL PIZZULO
DOROTHY JEAN REYNOLDS
JERRY DONEVAN REYNOLDS
JAMES EUGENE RICE
TERRY AMOS RICH
ERNEST LESTER RICHARDSON
JANET LEIGH RICHARDSON
Annual Awards Assem bl
EDWARD BOISSEAU ROBERTSON, JR.
KENNETH DREWERY ROBERTSON, JR.
VICKI ANN ROBERTSON
One Hundred Forty-Eight
LESTER HUBERT RICHMOND
PAUL MICHAEL ROANE
RONALD LESTER ROBERTS
Recognizes Outstanding Achievements
JOHNNIE WATSON SCOTT
LINWOOD HARRIS SCOTT
MARIA CATHERINE SCOTT
DAVID MAURICE SELF
KENNETH LANE ROLAND
SHEILA MAUREEN ROSS
STEVEN EARL SALMONY
coY LEE SAUL, JR.
LINDA DEAN SAUNDERS
GLEN NEAL scARBoRo
- - ?'1'ff'f.g I .,.--L -
....,.. I 2
I A f 4 s ,: .s3 .9l'4.'IW12 R- 'HRT
. -A fr -'W . W i
x - ,
sw L.. I A
..,..,.. K N Q,
, K.. :X
.- , s A '
'T' I ' ..
5 ffqk ,Q A
" 'sm J
Q, I , .W , 1- -
MEASURING WAVE LENGTHS is
the order of the day for PSSC physics
student Winston Aron.
One Hundred F orty-N ine
E ' J
MAYNARD GERALD SHELTON
NANCY CAROL SHELTON
NANCY FAYE SHELTON
CHARLES DENNIS SHEPHERD
GEORGE MICHAEL SHOFFNER
JOYCE ANN SHUMATE
BARBARA LEIGH SETLIFF
EVELYN KAY SHELTON
MARILYN KAYE SHELTON
Seniors Experience Their Final
fgiig f i I . ,
. 4 - - ' f " Sf
JACOB SAMUEL SIGMON
LINDA ANNE SINGLETON
ELIZABETH HODNETT SLAYTON
CORA ANN SMITH
ELLEN LORRAINE SMITH
JO LANDA SMITH
Exams With Relief
I -V WY'-1'.':A 'f.,:
O, W1 ' I bi V, W A :L-E
qfflfjf Lf QQ if .,jXMw2 'Wi kiwi OJIWXX
wick 1 NNE? CQXFQXJ LSI? ETA
LS M3-5' V IQ
u Q, x
L41 . K
K x X0 -
XUL' ' I - QR! -
SANDRA LEE STEPHENS
SANDRA LEE STICHER
JOSEPH HANES STILWELL
425 if 3
MARI LEE SMITH
JANET LYNN SNEAD
JAMES MASON SOFFRITI
PHILLIP WAYNE SOYARS
RENDER TERRELL STANLEY
HILDA LEE STATZER
THOMAS WAYNE STOWE
LINDA ANNE SWEM
EDWARD DALE TANKSLEY
DAVID LADD TATE
NANCY LEE TERRY
VIRGINIA DALE TERRY
JERRY LEE TESTERMAN
KAY FRANCES THOMAS
BRIAN LEROY THOMASON
DOUGLAS WAYNE THOMASSON
STANFORD JACKSON THORNTON
One Hundred Fifty-Two
THE EMBERS Enliven
Senior Dance Festivities
EUGENE NEWTON TOUCHSTONE
ALMA HAZEL TURNER
EDWIN RYLAND TURPIN
BRENDA DEETTE VAUGHN
GERALD RAY VERNON
BONNIE DARLENE VICKS
GARNETT HARRISON WALKER
JIMMIE WAYNE WALKER
JESSE REIS WALL
DANNY LEE WALLS
SYLVIA LEE WARREN
FRANK ELTON WASHBURN, JR.
One Hundred F ifty-Three
GAY CAROLYN WHITEHEAD
WESLEY CLARKE WHITFIELD
JANICE GERTRUDE WHITT
DENNIS WAYNE WILBORNE
NANCY CAROLE WILES
EDWARD MONROE WILLIAMS
LOIS GAIL WATLINGTON
NANCY CAROLYN WEBB
SHIRLEY JEAN WEBB
fads Tearfull Proceed
DORIS ELIZABETH WILLIS
EUGENE MICHOL WILLIS
BARBARA LEA WILSON
JAMES SWANSON WILSON, JR.
JAMES ROY WINGFIELD
PHILLIP ATLEE WOOD
Toward New Frontiers
JERRY LEE WYATT
DONALD REEVES YEATTS
RAY WALLACE YOUNG
'i:" 3 r"JAvvrVJ J. VIRGINIA MAE YOUNG
JETSONS JINXED BY FEARFUL FLINTSTONES game sponsored by THE CAVALIER, and the Mono
as "Club 'em" Cooper and "Leaping Laura" Connor gram Club.
go up for the jump in the Student-Faculty Basketball
ABBOTT, JEANNE CAROLYN S.C.A., F.T.A., French Club, sec-
retary, National Honor Society, Pep' Club, Quill and Scroll,
Y-Teens, Frosh., Soph., Jr., CAVALIER, Board of Editors, G.A.A.,
gtgtg iatin Tournament, National Merit Scholarship, recognition,
ALLEN, PENNY DIANNE Advisory Council, Sr., secretary,
Frosh., vice-president, S.C.A., F.H.A., F.0.0.T. Club, F.T.A., French
Club, Model T's, National Honor Society, secretary, CAVALIER,
G.A.A., Homecoming Queen XXV, Girl's State, Junior Marshal,
ANDERSON, WENDY BETH Bible Club, D.E. Club, F.H.A.,
Youth for Christ, G.A.A.
ARENDALL, JAMES LARRY German Club, Monogram Club,
ARNN, BERNADINE JOY S.C.A., French Club, I.R.C., National
Honor Society, Pep Club, Press Club, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens,
Soph, Cardinal Talent Scout, Managing Editor, C.S.P.A., Soph.
Waitress, F.0.0.T. Club, Instep.
ARON, HARRY WINSTON S.C.A., Audio-Visual Aids, Cava-
lier Hi-Y, Monogram Club, National Honor Society, Press Club,
Quill and Scroll, Chatterbox, J. V., Varsity Football, Frosh. Basket-
ball, Boy's State, Homeroom president, Soph. Waiter, Kiwanis Key
ATKINS, RANDOLPH LESTER Our Heart: Were Young and
Gay, Wrestling, Tennis.
BAKER, BARBARA JEAN Pep Club.
BAKER, BILLIE SUE S.C.A., F.0.0.T. Club, Model T's, secretary,
French Club, Pep Club, Press Club, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens,
Soph., Frosh, Chatterbox, co-circulation manager, G.A.A., J.V.,
Varsity Cheerleader, Travel Club.
BARKER, PERRY WILLIAM Advisory Council, Jr., Monogram
Club, J.V. Football, Track, Wrestling, Sportsmanship Award.
BARKSDALE, MARY KENNON F.N.A., French Club, Spanish
Club, Model T's, treasurer, National Honor Society, Pep Club,
Thespians, Golden Goose, G.A.A.
BARNI-IARDT, FORD HAYS Audio-Visual Aids, F.0.0.T. Club.
BARR, JOHN SYKES Audio-Visual Aids, F.0.0.T. Club, Science
Club, Monogram Club, Pep Club, Golf.
BARRETT, JANE ELIZABETH S.C.A., F.T.A., French Club,
National Honor Society, Press Club, secretary, Quill and Scroll,
One Hundred F ifty-Six
BARRICK, JOHN WALTER Audio-Visual Aids, Advisory Coun-
cil, Soph., F.0.0.T. Club, French Club, Frosh. Basketball, Golf,
BATEMAN, JUDITH LORRAINE Y-Teens, Frosh., Band, G.A.A.
BAYNES, DONALD WILSON Baseball.
BEAMON, JOE S.C.A., Band, J. V. Football.
BEDWELL, MYRTICE FRANCES F.0.0.T. Club, Spanish Club,
BERGER, TERESA ELAINE F.0.0.T. Club, F.T.A., vice-president,
French Club, German Club, I.R.C., National Honor Society, Press
Club, president, Quill and Scroll, Our Hearts Were Young and
Gay, Chatterbox, Managing Editor, G.A.A., Foreign Language
BERRY, ELIZABETH ANIVA Y-Teens, Sr., CAVALIER, V.O.T.
BLAIR, CAROLYN CRAIG D.E. Club, I.C.T., Y-Teens, Sr.
BOATWRIGHT, BEVERLY ANN, F.T.A., librarian, German
BOATWRIGHT, BONNIE LOU F.T.A., historian, German Club.
BOWDEN, DOROTHY STEWART S.C.A., Art Appreciation
Club, Advisory Council, Jr, F.T.A., German Club, vice-president,
secretary, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Thespians,
Youth for Christ, Golden Goosef Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,-
Mixed Chorus, Cardinal Talent Scout, co-editor, C.S.P.A., S.I.P.A.
BOYD, JANICE MYRENE, F.H.A., F.N.A., Pep Club, Y-Teens,
Jr., Sr., Soph., Frosh., Majorette, co-head, G.A.A., Soph. Waitress.
BROOKS, ROBERT CARROLL S.C.A., Spanish Club, Capitol
Hi-Y, secretary, representative to M.G.A., Pep Club, The Pardoner's
Tale, Our Hearts W'ere Young and Gay, Frosh. Basketball, Home-
BROWN, CHERYL Bible Club, F.H.A., F.0.0.T. Club, Y-Teens,
Soph., Frosh., Chorus, Girls' Mixed.
BROWN, CLAUDE WILLIAM S.C.A., Advisory Council, Sr.,
F.0.0.T. Club, French Club, Cardinal Hi-Y, Pep Club, Mixed
Chorus, vice-president, Menls Chorus, J. V. Football, Track, Home-
room president, Junior Marshal, Kiwanis Key Club, Frosh, J.V.
BROWN, MICHAEL LEON S.C.A., president, Interclub Council,
president, Judiciary, president, Audio-Visual Aids, Civics Club,
French Club, Cavalier Hi-Y, Monogram Club, J.V., Varsity Foot-
ball, Tri-captain, Wrestling, Frosh. Basketball, Track, Junior Rotar-
ians, Junior Marshal, Chief, Soph. Waiter, head, Advisory Council,
Jr., president, All Western District, second team.
BROWN, PATRICIA JEAN F.H.A., Pep Club, Y-Teens, Sr.,
BROXSON, DONNA MARIE S.C.A., Judiciary, Civics Club,
Advisory Council, Frosh., Soph., secretary, F.0.0.T. Club, French
Club, Model T's, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Quill and
Scroll, Thespians, Cinderella, C.S.P.A., G.A.A., J.V. Cheerleader,
co-head, Varsity Cheerleader, co-head, Homecoming Attendant,
Junior Marshal, chief, Soph. Waitress, CAVALIER.
BRUCE, SARAH CARTER S.C.A., Spanish Club, National Honor
Society, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Frosh., Soph., Jr.,
Kiltie Korps, captain, CAVALIER, Board of Editors, G.A.A., For-
eign Language Exam, Spanish, Art Appreciation Club, Interclub
BURKHOLDER, JACK DOUGLAS F.0.0.T. Club, German
Club, Capital Hi-Y, Science Club, Press Club, Varsity Football,
BURRELL, SANDRA AYERS S.C.A., Art Appreciation Club,
Advisory Council, Frosh,, secretary, F.0.0.T. Club, French Club,
Model T's, Pep Club, Press Club, Y-Teens, Soph., Frosh,, Chatter-
box, G.A.A., J. V., Varsity Cheerleader, Soph. Waitress.
BURTON, MARY JOANN S.C.A., Interclub Council, Art Ap-
preciation Club, F.0.0.T. Club, Youth for Christ, Girls' Chorus,
CAMPBELL, EVELYN CAROLYN S.C.A., Advisory Council,
Sr., Frosh., F.0.0.T. Club, F.T.A., F.N.A., French Club, Model T's,
Pep Club, Press Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Soph, Maiorette, Lettergirl,
CARR, HARRY BENNETT S.C.A., Interclub Council, Civics
Club, German Club, I.R.C., president, Cavalier Hi-Y, Latin Club,
treasurer, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Press Club, Quill and
Scoll, Chatterbox, co-editor, C.S.P.A., S.I.P.A., State Latin Tourna-
ment, Kiwanis Key Club, secretary, Board of Directors.
CARTER, PATSY GAIL Spanish Club, Pep Club, Press Club,
Y-Teens, Soph., Frosh,, Chatterbox.
CATHEY, ROBERT BRISTOW F.0.0.T. Club, Spanish Club,
Science Club, National Honor Society, Band.
CHAMPION, JANE KIRBY S.C.A., Art Appreciation Club, vice-
president, French Club, president, National Honor Society, Press
Club, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Chatterbox, G.A.A., For-
eign Language Exam, French, Virginia Club of Vassar Alumnae
CHEEK, PATSY ANN F.H.A., Y-Teens, jr., Sr., G.A.A.
CLARK, LOIS BRANDT Youth for Christ, Girls' Chorus.
CLEMENT, ALICE WHITESIDE S.C.A., Interclub Council, Art
Appreciation Club, Advisory Council, jr., French Club, Model T's,
Pep Club, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Frosh., Golden Goose, CAVA-
LIER, C.S.P.A., G.A.A., president, vice-president, F.N.A.
CLEMENT, NATHANIEL ELLIOTT S.C.A., Art Appreciation
Club, French Club, CAVALIER Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Quill
and Scroll, Cardinal Talent Scout, Senior Monitor, Kiwanis Key
CLEMENT, TERRY SUSAN S.C.A., French Club, treasurer,
I.R.C., Latin Club, secretary, National Honor Society, Pep Club,
Quill and Scroll, CAVALIER, Board of Editors, C.S.P.A., G.A.A.,
State Latin Tournament, Foreign Language Exam, French.
COLEMAN, JACQUELYN LEE Advisory Council, Jr., F.0.0.T.
Club, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Jr,
Sr., CAVALIER, G.A.A., State Latin Tournament.
COLEMAN, LILLIE JEANETTE Advisory Council, Jr., D.E.
COLLINS, OLIVER SINGLETON Pep Club, Spanish Club, vice-
COLLIS, YVONNE MARIE F.H.A., Pep Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr.,
vice-pres., soph., Frosh., G.A.A.
CONNOR, LAURA CATHERINE Civics Club, F.H.A., treasurer,
reporter, chapter treasurer, vice-president, federation treasurer,
F.0.0.T. Club, I.R.C., Model Tls, vice-president, Pep Club, Quill
and Scroll, Y-Teens, Frosh,, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,
Girls' Public Speaking, District Forensic Meet, CAVALIER, make-
up editor, advertising manager, C.S.P.A., S.I.P.A., G.A.A., Soph.
COOK, NORMAN THOMAS Science Club.
COX, FAYE LESTER D.E. Club, F.H.A., Y-Teens, Jr., Soph.,
Frosh, Youth for Christ.
CRANE, MARGARET SUSAN S.C.A., Advisory Council, jr.,
Soph., treasurer, French Club, German Club, treasurer, I.R.C.,
National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, CAVALIER, Board of
Editors, C.S.P.A., State Latin Tournament, Foreign Language Exam,
French, Homeroom president.
DAUGHRITY, VIRGINIA LEE S.C.A., Civics Club, French Club,
I.R.C., National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, CAVALIER, Chair-
man of Editorial Board, S.I.P.A., State Latin Tournament, Honor-
able Mention, Latin Club, secretary, first vice-president, Interclub
DAVIS, BARBARA ANN V.O.T.
One Hundred Fifty-Seven
DAWSON, GAYE CAROL Spanish Club, National Honor So-
ciety, Quill and Scroll, The Messiah, CAVALIER, Board of Editors,
G.A.A., Foreign Language Exam, Spanish.
DEVALL, DONNIE LEE J.V., Varsity Football.
DICKERSON, AGNES F.0.0.T. Club, Y-Teens, Soph., Frosh.
DIX, CARLTON LEROY Audio-Visual Aids, D.E. Club, Track.
DIXON, RICHARD MAUPIN S.C.A., Interclub Council, Audio-
Visual Aids, Advisory Council, Sr., president, Jr., Soph., Frosh,,
F.0.0.T. Club, I.R.C., treasurer, Cavalier Hi-Y, vice-president, Mon-
ogram Club, Pep Club, Wrestling, Senior Monitor, Junior Rotarians,
DOSS, REBECCA BONITA F.H.A., F.0.0.T. Club, F.N.A., Pep
Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., Soph., Frosh., G.A.A., Homeroom president.
DOWDY, RUTH ANN S.C.A., National Honor Society, Student
Secretary, Youth for Chirst.
DUNCAN, LARRY RUSSELL Cardinal Hi-Y, Pep Club, Band,
DYKES, CHARLES RICHMOND Pep Club.
EANES, BRENDA LEE Advisory Council, Frosh, Pep Club.
EAST, JAMES CARLYLE Cardinal Hi-Y, Pep Club, Frosh.
ELLIOTT, CONNIE SUE F.0.0.T. Club, Latin Club, National
Honor Society, Press Club, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Sr., Mixed
Chorus, Chatterbox, All State Chorus.
ELLIOTT, LARRY EDWARD D.E. Club, treasurer, Pep Club.
ENGLISH, ROBERT HUGH S.C.A., Judiciary, Civics Club,
F.0.0.T. Club, treasurer, I.R.C., Capitol Hi-Y, Representative to
M.G.A., Latin Club, treasurer, Monogram Club, Pep Club, Golden
Goose, Track, Wrestling, Science Fair, General Science, third place,
Homeroom president, Kiwanis Key Club, J.V., Varsity Football.
EVANS, BILLY RANDALL Pep Club.
FERGUSON, BILLIE JUDITH F.H.A., F.N.A.
FERGUSON, ROBERT WAYNE Capitol Hi-Y, representative
to M.G.A., D.O., Varsity Football, Track, Homeroom president.
FISHER, RAY ANDREW Spanish Club, J.V. Football, J.V.,
FLYNN, HARRY WEISIGER, JR. Civics Club, German Club,
I.R.C., Monogram Club, Frosh, J.V., Varsity Basketball, Tennis,
Kiwanis Key Club.
One Hundred Fifty-Eight
FLYNN, STEPHEN JAMES S.C.A., State Convention, Civics
Club, Cavalier Hi-Y, Latin Club, Monogram Club, treasurer,
National Honor Society, CAVALIER, J.V., Varsity Football,
Second Team, All Western District, Wrestling, Baseball, Freshman
Basketball, Sr.-Monitor, Foreign Language Exam, Latin, Homeroom
president, Soph. Waiter, F.0.0.T. Club.
FRANKS, JERRY WAYNE Pep Club, Band.
GAMMON, BETTY CAROL Pep Club, Student secretary,
Y-Teens, soph., frosh, J.V. Cheerleader.
GAMMON, EDWARD NEAL Bible Club, D.E. Club, F.B.L.A.,
Pep Club, Youth for Christ, Freshmen basketball.
GANEY, SYLVIA Bible Club, Pep Club, Student Secretary,
GANTSOUDES, BESSIE MARIE S.C.A., State Convention, Inter-
club Council, Judiciary, Civics Club, treasurer, Advisory Council,
Sr., vice-president, F.N.A., French Club, German Club, treasurer,
I.R.C., vice-president, Model T's, president, National Honor Society,
Chatterbox, Cardinal Talent Scout, business manager, G.A.A., Girls'
State, Junior Marshal, Sophomore Waitress, C.S.P.A., Quill and
GARDINER, ANTHONY MORRIS S.C.A., Advisory Council, Sr.,
F.0.0.T. Club, French Club, Cavalier Hi-Y, J.V., Varsity Football,
J.V. football, Manager, Track, Wrestling, Homeroom president.
GARDNER, VICKY DIANNE Interclub Council, Advisory Coun-
cil, Jr., Press Club, Youth for Christ, president, vice-president, Girls'
GARRIS, MARTHA JUNE French Club, Our Hearts Were Young
and Gay, Transferred from Colonial Heights High School.
GERRINGER, EARLENE CONSTANCE F.H.A., F.N.A., Spanish
Club, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Soph., Jr., Sr., Youth for Christ, Girls'
Chorus, secretary, G.A.A.
GILBERT, ALVIS STARLING, JR. Spanish Club, Monogram
Club, J.V., Frosh, Basketball, Senior Monitor.
GILBERT, ROBERT BRUCE Science Club.
GILBERT, THOMAS HIDER D.E. Club, Spanish Club, Band,
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Taming of the Shrew.
GILES, BRENDA JUDITH F.H.A., seC.-tteaS., Pep Club, Student
Secretary, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., Soph., Frosh., G.A.A., Homeroom presi-
GILLILAND, LEAH FRANCES S.C.A., Advisory Council, Soph.,
Frosh., F.H.A., treasurer, parliamentarian, F.0.0.T. Club, F.N.A.,
Pep Club, Press Club, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Frosh., Chatterbox,
GOODMAN, NANCY OLIVER F.H.A., F.N.A., Pep Club,
Thespians, Golden Goose, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A.,
GOURLEY, LAWRENCE WESLEY Pep Club.
GROUK, CAROLYN BENEDETTA Transferred from Corinne L.
Cohn, Youth for Christ.
GRUBBS, ELIZABETH LENORE F.H.A., Youth for Christ,
GUNNELL, LINDA PAYE Pep Club.
HALIASOS, CONSTANTINE ATHAN S.C.A., German Club
president, National Honor Society, vice-president, Boys' State,
Kiwanis Key Club, Junior Rotarians, Advisory Council, Soph.,
I.R.C., National Merit Scholarship, recognition, Cavalier Hi-Y.
HALL, CALVIN HOMER Interclub Council, Audio-Visual Aids,
Advisory Council, Sr., Cardinal Hi-Y, vice-president, Pep Club,
Youth for Christ..
HALL, JOHNNIE WILLIAM, JR. Band.
HARAWAY, HAROLD HAMLETT Advisory Council, Jr., Span-
ish Club, Cavalier Hi-Y, Latin Club, Homeroom president.
HARAWAY, SHERRY LEE Interclub Council, Art Appreciation
Club, Advisory Council, Sr., treasurer, F.H.A., F.0.0.T. Club,
F.T.A., Pep Club, Y-Teens, Soph., president, G.A.A., Junior Mar-
shal, Soph. Waitress.
HARDY, HOWARD WATSON, JR. D.E. Club.
HARDY, LARRY HALE Spanish Club, CAVALIER, J. V. Basket-
HARMON, IRA WADE I.C.T., Monogram Club, J.V., Varsity
HARRIS, ALAN THOMAS Cardinal Hi-Y, J. V., Varsity Foot-
HARRIS, TERESA ALLEN F.H.A., Pep Club, Y-Teens, Sr., Kil-
tie Korps, G.A.A.
HARRIS, WESLEY GARFIELD Baseball.
HARRISON, RANDALL KENT D.E. Club, District Convention.
HAZELWOOD, DORIS ANNETTE Pep Club.
HENDERSON, JULIAN WEBSTER Baseball.
HENDERSON, WILLIAM FLOYD Audio-Visual Aids, Conti-
nentals, Thespians, I.C.T. Club, The Man Who Came lo Dinner,
Golden Goose, Cinderella, Janie.
HIGGINS, CAROL EDGAR D.E. Club.
HILLIARD, HIRAM SPENCER D.E. Club.
HOLLEY, CAROL ANN D.E. Club, F.H.A., Pep Club.
HOLLEY, DONALD HOWARD Interclub Council, Cardinal
Hi-Y, Frosh., J.V. Football, Golf, Homeroom president.
HOOKER, DANIEL NORRIS Advisory Council, Jr., vice-pres.,
Spanish Club, Cavalier Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-arms, Monogram Club,
president, Golden Goose, Our Hearts Were Young and Gayf J. V.,
Varsity Football, Most Outstanding Lineman, Most Dependable
Player, Honorable Mention All-Western District, Wrestling, Most
Outstanding Wrestler, Science Fair, General Science Award, Home-
room president, Junior Marshal, Sophomore Waiter, Junior Rotar-
HOOVER, HARRY THOMAS S.C.A., D.E. Club, Spanish Club.
HOPKINS, JAMES MICHAEL Bible Club, F.0.0.T. Club, Spell-
HOPKINS, JOHNNIE RONNIE D.E. Club.
HUGHES, GEORGE ANDREWS Pep Club.
HUFFMAN, ROBERT CHARLES D.E. Club.
HUNDLEY, NANCY LAYNE Pep Club.
HUTCHERSON, JOYCE ANN I.C.T., Pep Club, Y-Teens, Jr.,
Sr., Soph., Frosh., G.A.A.
HYLTON, ANN LOUISE F.0.0.T. Club, Spanish Club, Pep
JEFFERSON, PATRICIA DALE F.H.A., Pep Club, Student
Secretary, Y-Teens, Frosh, The Messiah, Chorus, Girls' Mixed,
JENKINS, STUART PHILLIP Art Appreciation Club, Audio-
'Visual Aids, Spanish Club, Pep Club, Press Club, Thespians,
Golden Goose, Janie, Cinderella, Our Hearts Were Young and
Gay,' Band, Chatterbox, C.S.P.A.
JOHNSON, MARY ALICE S.C.A., secretary-treasurer, Southern
Association of Student Councils, Interclub Council, secretary-
treasurer, Judiciary, secretary-treasurer, Advisory Council, Jr.,
F.T.A., French Club, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Soph., Jr., Maiorette, co-
head, Valentine Court, G.A.A., Homecoming Attendant, Girls' State,
Homeroom president, Junior Marshal, Head Soph. Waitress.
JONES, AUSTIN EDWARD, JR. Monogram Club, Varsity Foot-
ball, Varsity Basketball, Track, Senior Monitor.
JONES, DONNA FARTHING Advisory Council, Jr., F.H.A.,
F.T.A., French Club, Pep Club, Press Club, Quill and Scroll,
Thespians, Y-Teens, Soph., Frosh., Cinderella, Chalterhoxg J. V.
Cheerleader, Junior Marshal, Soph. Waitress, Lettergirl.
One Hundred F ifty-Nine
JONES, JERRY WAYNE Pep Club.
JONES, PATRICIA ANN Pep Club, Student Secretary.
JORDAN, JUDITH MARIE Student Secretary, G.A.A.
KEATTS, CARLTON THOMAS Pep Club.
KELLO, CHARLES Bible Club, Youth for Christ, F.0.0.T. Club.
KENT, LINDA KATHLEEN F.H.A
KITCHEN, NAOMI JEAN Girls' Chorus, treasurer.
KNICK, WILLIAM PORTER Pep Club.
KOPLEN, BARRY MICHAEL S.C.A., Intercub Council, F.0.0.T.
Club, president, German Club, I.R.C., Capitol Hi-Y, president,
Monogram Club, National Athletic Honor Society, Pep Club, Prose
Reading, Taming of the Shrew, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,
Cardinal Talent Scout, C.S.P.A., Track, Senior Monitor, Soph.
Waiter, Kiwanis Key Club, Wrestling, J. V., Varsity Football, Hon-
orable Mention, All Western District, J.V., Frosh Basketball.
KRASNY, HARVEY CHARLES Latin Club, Pep Club, Band,
CAVALIER, Science Fair Winner, General Science.
KUSHNER, SAMUEL ALBERT S.C.A., French Club, vice-
president, I.R.C., Capitol Hi-Y, vice-president, historian, Represent-
ative to M.G.A., National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, The
Golden Goose, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Spelling, Cardi-
nal Talent Scout, co-editor, C.S.P.A., S.I.P.A., Senior Monitor, Ki-
wanis Key Club, Board of Directors, Pep Club, Homeroom president.
LAMBERT, ROBERT WILLIAM D.E. Club, Pep Club.
LAND, DANNY EUGENE D.E. Club.
LAND, KATHERINE VIRGINIA S.C.A., Civics Club, treasurer,
F.T.A., French Club, I.R.C., secretary, Model T's, National Honor
Society, Pep Club, Press Club, Quill and Scroll, The Golden Goose,
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Chatterbox, co-editor, C.S.P.A.,
S.I.P.A., G.A.A., Varsity Cheerleader, National Merit Scholarship,
recognition, Soph. Waitress, Travel Club, Y-Teens, Frosh., Soph.,
reporter, Foreign Language Exam, French.
LARAMORE, FRANCES MARIE S.C.A., Civics Club, Advisory
Council, Frosh., French Club, I.R.C., Model T's, National Honor
Society, Pep Club, Press Club, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Frosh.,
CAVALIER, Advertising Manager, Business Manager, G.A.A., J. V.,
Head, Varsity Cheerleading, Foreign Language Exam, French, Soph.
Waitress, Travel Club.
LEWIS, ANNE ELIZABETH Student Secretary.
LEWIS, HELEN ANN V.O.T., Student Secretary.
LEWIS, SANDRA ARLENE Library Club, Pep Club.
LUCADO, GLORIA AILEEN Pep Club, G.A.A., CAVALIER,
One Hundred Sixty
MCCALL, BILLIE RUTH Bible Club, Library Club.
MCGRAW, VICTORIA JEAN S.C.A., Advisory Council, Frosh.,
F.0.0.T. Club, Pep Club, Kiltie Korps.
McDOWELL, THOMAS WAYNE Audio-Visual Aids, Pep Club.
MCGILL, BRENDA FAYE Pep Club, Student Secretary, Kiltie
MCGREGOR, JOAN FAYE F.H.A., G.A.A.
McINTYRE, BONNIE JEAN V.O.T., Mixed Chorus.
MCIVER, DONALD CAMERON Advisory Council, Jr., Sr.,
Press Club, Chatterbox, Frosh. Basketball, Track, Kiwanis Key Club.
MAIN, CHARLES REID Bible Club, Advisory Council, Sr.,
French Club, Monogram Club, Golf, captain, Homeroom president.
MANN, ELLIS EUGENE Pep Club.
MARLOWE, sUE ELLEN E.N.A.
MARSHALL, JOYCE MARIE Pep Club.
MARTIN, JAMES ADDISON, JR. S.C.A., Interclub Council,
Judiciary, Civics Club, Advisory Council, Sr., French Club, Cava-
lier Hi-Y, Monogram Club, National Honor Society, Pep Club,
Press Club, Quill and Scroll, Golden Goose, Our Hearts Wfere
Young and Gay, Debating, District Forensic Meet, Chatterbox,
C.S.P.A., Track, Homeroom president, Soph. Waiter, Kiwanis Key
Club, Junior Rotarian.
MARTIN, JUDITH ANNE Art Appreciation Club, Bible Club,
Advisory Council, Jr., Spanish Club, Science Club, Pep Club, Press
Club, Y-Teens, Frosh, Jr., Sr., Chatterbox, G.A.A., J.V. Cheer-
leader, Girls' State, Senior Monitor.
MAURAKIS, MIKE JOHN Pep Club.
MAYHEW, JERRY LAWRENCE S.C.A., Cavalier Hi-Y, presi-
dent, Monogram Club, Varsity Footballg Frosh., J.V. Basketball,
Track, Soph. Waiter, First Team, All Western District.
MAYHEW, LESTER HERBERT S.C.A., Advisory Council, Soph.,
Jr., National Honor Society, Junior Rotarian, Kiwanis Key Club.
MAYS, STEVEN BERKELEY Civics Club, German Club, vice-
president, I.R.C., Latin Club, Quill and Scroll, Chatterbox, Kiwanis
MEADOR, MARY BETH Pep Club, Y-Teens, Soph., G.A.A.
MERRICKS, LINDA LOU Bible Club, F.N.A., Pep Club, Stu-
dent Secretary, Y-Teens, Soph., Sr., Kiltie Korps.
MILLS, ROBERT JOHNSON Pep Club.
MITCHELL, WILLIAM BENJAMIN German Club, Latin Club,
MITCHELL, DOUGLAS WAYNE Monogram Club, Varsity
Football, Track, Baseball.
MITCHELL, PHILLIP TERRY I.C.T.
MONTGOMERY, TIMOTHY DAVID S.C.A., Interclub Council,
Bible Club, Advisory Council, Frosh., Kappa Chi Hi-Y, Pep Club,
Quill and Scroll, Thespians, president, Youth for Christ, first vice-
president, Pardoners' Tale, Golden Goose, Cinderella, Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay, Spelling, The Messiah, Mixed Chorus, presi-
dent, All State Chorus, CAVALIER, Board of Editors, Junior
Rotarians, All State Chorus.
MOON, NANCY CAROLYN Youth for Christ.
MOOREFIELD, ALICE FAYE Bible Club, F.N.A., National Honor
Society, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Soph., Jr., secretary, Kiltie Korps,
MORAN, GERALD EDWARD D.E. Club, president.
MORAN, -MARGARET MILDRED French Club, Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay, Senior Monitor.
MORRIS, DAVID ROWLAND Advisory Council, Frosh., Sect.,
Capitol Hi-Y, Quill and Scroll, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,
MORRIS, HELEN LORETTA D.E. Club.
MORROW, DANIEL SANDERS S.C.A., German Club, I.R.C.,
Cavalier Hi-Y, National Honor Society, president, Press Club, Boys'
Prose Reading, District Forensic Meet, First Place, State Forensic
Meet, First Place, Band, student director, Chatterbox, Wrestling,
Jiintor Rotarians, National Merit Scholarship, finalist, Kiwanis Key
C u .
MOTLEY, LAVENIA GAIL S.C.A., Art Appreciation Club,
F.H.A., F.0.0.T. Club, F.T.A., librarian, German Club, Pep Club,
F'-geens, Frosh., secretary, CAVALIER, G.A.A., Varsity Cheer-
MULLIS, DONALD IRVIN D.E. Club, Band.
MURPHY, RONNIE WILLIAM S.C.A.
MYERS, JACKIE CHRISTINE V.O.T., vice-president.
NICHOLS, MAUDE RANDALL S.C.A., Art Appreciation Club,
Spanish Club, Pep Club, Press Club, Thespians, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr.,
Soph., Frosh., Golden Goose, Chatterbox, G.A.A.
NIDAY, RONALD PRESTON D.E. Club.
NORTON, BRENDA SUE Girls' Chorus.
NYE, ROLLIE CLAYTON Advisory Council, Soph., French Club,
OAKES, JERRY LYNN Pep Club.
OAKES, MARGARET SUSAN S.C.A., Interclub Council, Civics
Club, vice president, Advisory Council, Soph., Frosh., l.R.C., Latin
Club, president, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Press Club,
Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Soph., Frosh., Travel Club, president,
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Chatterbox, CAVALIER, G.A.A.,
Soph. Waitress, Varsity Cheerleader, head, State Latin Tournament,
OWEN, CLAUDE BERNARD S.C.A., Advisory Council, Soph.,
Spanish Club, Cardinal Hi-Y, treasurer, Monogram Club, sergeant-
at-arms, J.V., Varsity Football, J.V. Basketball.
OWEN, ROY THOMAS, JR. French Club, Science Club, The
Messiah, Mixed Chorus, Senior Monitor.
PARSONS, LOUISE CAROLYN Student Secretary, Youth for
PATTERSON, ALETA DAWN Art Appreciation Club, F.H.A.,
F.0.0.T. Club, F.N.A., Y-Teens, Frosh., treasurer, Soph., vice presi-
dent, Jr., Sr., G.A.A., Spanish Club.
PATTERSON, GEORGE VICK Pep Club.
PATTY, DARRELL HENRY, JR. Pep Club.
PAUL, WILLIAM OSCAR D.E. Club, Band.
PAYNE, GLENDA CAROL F.H.A., Pep Club, Y-Teens, Soph.,
PAYNE, JULIA CAROLYN Bible Club, Pep Club, Library
PEARMAN, ALFRED EDWARD D.O.
PERKINS, CELIA FRANCES G.A.A., Pep Club.
PIZZULO, DENNIS PAUL Kappa chi-HI-Y, J. v. Football.
PREVETTE, BRENDA MURPHY Bible Club, D.E. Club, Pep
RAMEY, LEWIS IRVIN F.0.0.T. Club, Press Club, Golden
REESE, BILLY WAYNE Pep Club.
REESE, JOHN WAYNE Pep Club.
REYNOLDS, DOROTHY JEAN F.H.A., Pep Club.
REYNOLDS, JERRY DONEVAN Pep Club.
RICE, JAMES EUGENE German Club, Science Club, Pep Club,
RICH, TERRY AMOS J. V., Frosh. Basketball.
RICHARDSON, ERNEST LESTER Mixed Chorus.
RICHARDSON, JANET LEIGH S.C.A., F.H.A., F.T.A., F.N.A.,
Spanish Club, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Frosh., Soph., Jr., Sr., Kiltie
Korps, G.A.A., Foreign Language Exam, Spanish.
RICHMOND, LESTER HUBERT D.O., parliamentarian, Band,
ROBERTS, RONALD LESTER Pep Club.
ROBERTSON, EDWARD BOISSEAU, JR. S.C.A., French Club,
Cardinal Hi-Y, Pep Club, Press Club, Chatterbox, Frosh Basketball,
Homeroom president, Kiwanis Key Club.
ROBERTSON, KENNETH DREWERY, JR. D.E. Cub, Spanish
Club, Frosh. Basketball.
ROBERTSON, VICKI ANN V.O.T., president, French Club,
National Honor Society, Pep Club, Spelling, Poetry Reading, G.A.A.
One Hundred Sixty-One
ROLAND, KENNETH LANE S.C.A., Spanish Club.
ROSS, SHELIA MAUREEN F.T.A., French Club, Spanish Club,
Pep Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., G.A.A.
SALMONY, STEVEN EARL S.C.A., vice-president, S.C.A. State
Convention, Interclub Council, vice-president, Judiciary, vice-
president, Civics Club, president, Advisory Council, Frosh., presi-
dent, Soph., vice-president, F.0.0.T. Club, president, French Club,
I.R.C., Cardinal Hi-Y, Monogram Club, secretary, treasurer, Pep
Club, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Taming of the Shrew,
CAVALIER, Tennis, captain, State Latin Tournament, Homeroom
president, Senior Monitor, Junior Rotarians, Sophomore Waiter,
Kiwanis Key Club.
SAUL, COY LEE S.C.A., Advisory Council, Sr., Soph., F.0.0.T.
Club, Cardinal Hi-Y, sergeant-at-arms, Monogram Club, Pep Club,
Homeroom president, Frosh., J.V., Varsity Basketball.
SAUNDERS, LINDA DEAN Pep Club, Press Club, Student
Secretary, Y-Teens, Sr., Frosh., Chatterbox, G.A.A.
SCARBORO, GLENN NEAL S.C.A., Pep Club, Track.
SCOTT, JOHNNIE WATSON D.E. Club, Pep Club, Band, J . V.
SCOTT, LINWOOD HARRIS D.E. Club, editor, promotion
manager, Frosh. Basketball.
SCOTT, MARIA CATHERINE Interclub Council, F.H.A., F.0.0.T.
Club, F.T.A., president, Spanish Club, Latin Club, aedile, National
Honor Society, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Jr., treasurer, Sr., president,
Soph., Frosh., CAVALIER, G.A.A., State Latin Tournament, For-
eign Language Exam, Spanish.
SCRCFGGS, JAMES EDWARD III Bible Club, F.0.0.T. Club,
SELF, DAVID MAURICE Advisory Council, Frosh, French Club,
National Honor Society, Band.
SETLIFF, ANNE MARIE Pep Club.
SETLIFF, BARBARA LEIGH S.C.A., D.E. Club, F.H.A., F.N.A.,
Spanish Club, Student Secretary, G.A.A., Homeroom president.
SHELTON, EVELYN KAY Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., Band, G.A.A.,
SHELTON, MARILYN KAYE Bible Club, F.N.A., Pep Club,
Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., Soph., Frosh., Youth for Christ, Kiltie Korps,
SHELTON, MAYNARD GERALD Pep Club.
SHELTON, NANCY CAROL S.C.A., Advisory Council, Frosh.,
F.0.0.T. Club, F.T.A., French Club, Pep Club, Press Club, vice-
president, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Jr., Chatterbox, co-circulation
One H unclrecl Sixty-Two
SHELTON, NANCY FAYE Bible Club, F.H.A., F.N.A., Spanish
Club, Pep Club, Youth for Christ, secretary-treasurer, Kiltie Korps,
SHEPHERD, CHARLES DENNIS Monogram Club, Band, vice-
SHOFFNER, GEORGE MICHAEL German Club, Quill and
Scroll, Band, CAVALIER, Kiwanis Key Club, Junior Rotarians.
SHUMATE, JOYCE ANN D.E. Club, Y-Teens, Sr., Jr., Soph.,
Frosh., Pep Club, Youth for Christ, G.A.A.
SIGMON, SAMMY D.E. Club.
SINGLETON, LINDA ANN Interclub Council, F.H.A., presi-
dent, Spanish Club, Science Club, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Sr., Y-Teen
Interclub Council, president, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,
SLAYTON, ELIZABETH HODNETT Spanish Club, Pep Club,
Press Club, Quill and Scroll, Travel Club, Chatterbox, Business
manager, G.A.A., Varsity Cheerleader, Senior Monitor.
SMITH, CORA ANN F.H.A., Pep Club, Press Club, Y-Teens,
Jr., Soph., Sr., Frosh., Chatterbox, assistant business manager.
SMITH, ELLEN LORRAINE Pep Club, Student Secretary,
SMITH, JO LANDA Pep Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., Soph., Frosh.,
Y-Teen Interclub Council.
SMITH, JOHN MARVIN Science Club.
SMITH, MARI LEE F.0.0.T. Club, F.N.A., spanish Club, Pep
Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., Soph., Frosh., president, G.A.A.
SNEAD, JANET LYNN F.T.A., French Club, Latin Club, Na-
tional Honor Society, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll, The Messiah,
Mixed Chorus, CAVALIER, Board of Editors, G.A.A., State Latin
Tournament, National Merit Scholarship, recognition.
SOFFRITI, JAMES MASON Advisory Council, Soph., Cardinal
SOYARS, PHILLIP WAYNE Cardinal Hi-Y, Monogram Club,
Pep Club, J. V., Varsity Football, Track, Wrestling.
STANLEY, RENDER TERRELL Kappa-Chi Hi-Y.
STANLEY, TOMMY WAYNE Band.
STATZER, HILDA LEE Bible Club, Youth for Christ.
STEPHENS, SANDRA LEE Bible Club, Pep Club, Library Club.
STICHER, SANDRA LEE Art Appreciation Club, F.0.0.T.
Club, F.T.A., Latin Club, Pep Club, Youth for Christ.
STILWELL, JOSEPH HANES S.C.A., vice-president, Interclub
Council, vice-president, Judiciary, vice-president, Cavalier Hi-Y,
Monogram Club, J. V., Varsity Football, tri-captain, Frosh., J. V.,
Varsity Basketball, Track, Junior Rotarians, Junior Marshal, All
Western District, First Team.
STOWE, THOMAS WAYNE D.O.
SWANSON, SUZANNE S.C.A., Advisory Council, Soph., Frosh,
F.H.A., F.N.A., Latin Club, National Honor Society, Pep Club,
Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Frosh, CAVALIER, Board of Editors,
C.S.P.A., G.A.A. Homeroom president, National Merit Scholarship,
SWEM, LINDA ANNE Transfer from Guantanamo Bay.
TANKSLEY, EDWARD DALE D.O.
TATE, DAVID LADD S.C.A., Interclub Council, French Club,
Cardinal Hi-Y president, vice president, Representative to M.G.A.,
Monogram Club, Athletic Honor Society, J.V., Varsity Football,
J.V. Basketball, Homeroom president, Kiwanis Key Club, Honor-
abe Mention, All Western District.
TERRY, NANCY LEE V.O.T., secretary-treasurer, Pep Club.
TERRY, VIRGINIA DALE Advisory Council, Sr., Spanish Club,
National Honor Society, Y-Teens, Jr.,Sr., Soph., Frosh., Kiltie
Korps, CAVALIER, Pep Club, Student Secretary.
TESTERMAN, JERRY LEE D.O., president.
THOMAS, KAY FRANCES Library Club, secretary.
THOMASON, ARIAN LEROY D.E. Club, I.C.T.
THOMASSON, DOUGLAS WAYNE Advisory Council, Sr., Jr.,
Cardinal Hi-Y, Monogram Club, J.V. Football, Track, Wrestling.
THORNTON, STANFORD JACKSON Pep Club.
TOUCHSTONE, EUGENE NEWTON S.C.A., Interclub Council,
Civics Club, Advisory Council, Sr., Frosh., Spanish Club, president,
Hi-Y secretary, District Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Conference, Monogram
Club, Pep Club, Golden Goose, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,
Cardinal Talent Scout, Track, Wrestling, Regional Wrestling
Champion, Senior Monitor, Junior Marshal, Soph. Waiter.
TURNER, HAZEL ALMA F.H.A., Pep Club, Mixed Chorus,
TURPIN, EDWIN RYLAND Youth for Christ.
VAUGHN, BRENDA DEETTE S.C.A., Advisory Council, Jr.,
F.0.0.T. Club, treasurer, F.N.A., French Club, National Honor
Society, Pep Club, Press Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Soph., Frosh., Band,
secretary-treasurer, Majorette, Lettergirl, Chatterbox, Co-advertising
Manager, G.A.A., Junior Marshal, Soph. Waitress.
VERNON, GERALD RAY J.V. Football.
VICKS, BONNIE DARLENE F.H.A., F.T.A., treasurer, French
Club, National Honor Society, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., Chatter-
box, G.A.A., points recorder.
WALKER, GARNETT HARRISON S.C.A., French Club, Pep
Club, Band, president, scribe, Mixed Chorus, Track.
WALKER, JIMMIE WAYNE V.O.T., Pep Club.
WALL, JESSE REIS Spanish Club, Band.
WALLS, DANNY LEE F.0.0.T. Club, S.C.A., French Club,
Homeroom president, Pep Club.
WARREN, SYLVIA LEE V.O.T.
WASHBURN, FRANK ELTON, JR. S.C.A., State Convention,
Audio-Visual Aids, Advisory Council, Soph., Spanish Club, Cardinal
Hi-Y, Press Club, Boys' Prose Reading, Chatterbox, Track.
WATLINGTON, LOIS GAIL Art Appreciation Club, F.H.A.,
reporter, Quill and Scroll, Cardinal Talent Scout, Art Editor, Senior
WEBB, NANCY CAROLYN v.o.T.
WEBB, SHIRLEY JEAN Pep Club.
WHITEHEAD, GAY CAROLYN F.H.A., F.T.A., Spanish Club,
Pep Club, Thespians, Y-Teens, Jr., Soph., Frosh, 'Golden Goose,
Kiltie Korps, G.A.A., Girls' State, alternate, Soph. Waitress.
WHITFIELD, WESLEY CLARKE Interclub Council, Bible Club,
Continentals, Youth for Christ, Men's Chorus.
WHITT, JANICE GERTRUDE Y-Teens, Jr., G.A.A.
WILBORNE, DENNIS WAYNE Band, manager.
WILES, NANCY CAROLE F.H.A., D.O.
WILLIAMS, EDWARD MONROE S.C.A., Capitol Hi-Y, Pep
Club, Track, Tennis, Audio-Visual Aids.
WILLIS, DORIS ELIZABETH D.E. Club.
WILLIS, EUGENE MICHOL J. V. Football.
WILSON, BARBARA LEA S.C.A., F.H.A., Student Secretary,
Y-Teens, Jr., Sr., G.A.A.
WILSON, JAMES SWANSON, JR. Pep Club.
WINGFIELD, JAMES ROY D.E. Club.
WOOD, PHILLIP ATLEE D.E. Club.
WYATT, JERRY LEE F.0.0.T. Club, treasurer, French Club,
J.V. Football, Junior Rotarians.
YEATTS, DONALD REEVES Cardinal Hi-Y, Pep Club.
YOUNG, MARY FRANCES Bible Club, D.E. Club, Youth for
YOUNG, RAY WALLACE Men's Chorus.
YOUNG, VIRGINIA MAE F.T.A., Y-Teens, Jr., V.0.T. Club,
One Hundred Sixty-Three
-we--.-Q-, , N.,
..,.,, W , WM,
We, the youth of George Washington High School,
explore New Frontiwfs in Advertising as we become an
important link between the growing businesses of today
and the booming concerns of tomorrow.
One Hunclrecl Sixty-Six
DANIEL AND DAVID FUQUAY
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I963
AN INDUSTRY IA sclENcE I AN ART
DAN RI ER
First in American Fabrics
Nor-Don Shopping Center Donville, Vi"QiY1i0
V . :A 4:,, it 'ky xiii fr , i i 3, ,K K 'rg
' Q iii if ' an wma in if L P
Riverside Shopping Center Donville, Virginia
One Hundred Sixty-Eight
The Voice with a smile
Today, as always, the C8zP voice with a
smile is as close as "Operator" on your dial.
Intelligently, cheerfully, the "Operator"
handles phone calls to faraway places and
intricate- day-to-day problems of telephone
users. Her job is interesting, important,
demanding and rewarding. She's an indis-
pensable member of our C8zP communica-
tions service team.
A BELL SYSTEM COMPANY
One Hundred Sixt
GW Letter Girls smile as they reach for an extra slice of delicious
Publisher ot the
CHARLES R. PERRY
Virginia Sales Manager
333 Indiana Ave
Winston-Salem, N. C
One Hundred Seventy
FEEL AT HOME
V 'J' ' X
Laura Connor and Bessie Gantsoudes
talk about GW activities while trying
on the newest in fashions at Kahn's.
Today's teenagers always think young!
Needless to say, Bernadine Arnn, Jane
Champion, Harry Carr, and Bob Rob-
ertson demonstrate this as they drink
Pepsi in the Senior Lounge.
Why not take their advice-
Have a PEPSI!
PEPSI COLA BOTTLING
One Hundred Seventy-One
Collins Company boosts cheerleaders' morale by offering great values as
well as support for GW students!
W Y P R f R A D l O
550 6oo 700 600 900 l0oo lloo l2oo l3oo M00 l5o9
P. o. Box 971 f Xa oANvu.n.e:. vA.
MANAGER sw 2-6022
H ldS tJT
W. F. CUDDI GTO
1963 CAVALIER Pearisburg, Virginia
Greetings to the Class of '63 from some of Stratford's Danville students on Lake Placid.
Stratford's annual journey to tamed Lake Placid Club in the Adirondack Mountains of
upper New York state for a program of winter sports includes a stop-over in New York
City for visits to art galleries, plays, and the opera.
TRATFGRD CO1 JLEGE
Listening to the purr of the engine in the '63 FORD are Tommy Shore and Kent Swanson
Becky Gobbel is equally pleased with the handsome interior.
"Your Friendly Ford Dealer"
BARKHOU ER OTGRS, INC.
Mary Ellen McKinney and Janice Hunt have a hard time deciding from the many selec-
tions at SEAR'S. What's wrong with "The First Family," Janice???
EAR ROEBUCK COMPANY
Need a permanent, hair cut, or a set for that special occasion? Whatever their needs Kat
Dillworth, Betty Stuart Haley, and Mike-Mike Shoffnerlll-seem to be getting all fixed
up. Everybody goes to LOVELY LADY BEAUTY SALON! Why don't you?
LOVELY LADY BEAUTY SALO
MUSIC, ART, DRAMATIC ART
Since Averett College is fully accred
:ted , its graduates rnay enter the
Junior Class without loss of credit ln
any four-year college or university to
continue courses leading to a degree
MMM, i ,M ix ' ' "
A I-fm ff :W lr, I
S - 2 I ,Lf wr "
- Q s.....M..m..mv A
J V Cheerleaders soothe overworked throats with a pause for a COKE. Next time you
need a break make It a COKE break the Pause that refreshes.
COCA COLA BOTTLI G COMP
Coach Gurtis presents the Sauerbeck
trophy to Wayne Anderson, rnost out-
standing lineman, as Mike Brown,
most outstanding back, looks on.
Another Winner - Faultless Milk
Looking like professional models in
their new clothes from RlPPE'S are
Billie Sue Baker and Kennon Barks-
One Ilundrecl Seventy-Seven
phone SW 2-6211
Danvilfe's Shopping Center
Toes nvmia. or. NM 1-19"
iriuunwws a DRYCIIANSIRS or umvlut. VA
Specializing In Men's Shirts
STLIDIIII CIF DANCING
6U1 JEFFERSON ST.
TEACHING TEJE, TAP, ACRDBATH: 84 BALLET
BILLY TRYALL, DIRECTOR PHONE 793-92355
AGES START AT Z3 YRS. BALLRDUM BY APPEHNTMENT
One Hundred Seventy-Eight
Congratulations to the Class of 1963
Southern Lumber Supply Co.
Laramore Construction Co., Inc.
Transit Mix Concrete
Grading, Excavation, and Road Building
220 River Street 312 Bryant Ave.
SW 2-1144 SW 3-1032
Danville's Largest Appliance Hardware Dealer
Hardware and Building Materials
Appliances, Heating, and Air Conditioning
Plumbing and Mill Supplies
Roofing and Sheet Metal
Complete Sporting Goods Department
Nor-Dan Center 308-314 Craghead Street
SW 2-2722 SW 2-331 1
oowlvrowfv AND RIVERSIDE csrvrek
:5:E:2:2:f:3:5:2:2:2:E:E:f:5:5:5:5:2:E:5:22125:5:5:2:2:2:5:5:2:f:2:5:5:E:iz521:55:Zz5:i:5:1:I:f:2:7:2:2:i:2:2:2:2:1:i:1:I:I:2:1:1:I:I11:115:1:25:11111:1:1:1:2E2E5E2E2E1E ' ' ' ' '
One Hundred Seventy-Nine
I W f
GUARDIAN OF HEALTH
130 Watson Street
990 Main Street
2374 North Main Street
STINSON TIRE CO., INC.
603 Loyal Street Danville, Virginia
Headquarters for the General Dual 90
J. R. Stinson, Agent
CITIES SERVICE OIL COMPANY
West Main Ext. Danville, Virginia
Danvi I Ie's Monday
THE LAMP 8. GIFT
105 Watson Street
Custom-Made Lamps 81 Gifts
Phone: SW 2-5519
NI ITC H E ll CIEANERQ
HE PROFESSIONAL CLEANERS
W. B. Mitchell, Phone: SW3-8516
Owner 668 Arnett Blvd.
HUNTER OIL COMPANY
221 River Street
SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
THE PASTRY SHOPPE
122 Tunstall Road Ph. SW 3-5538
For Birthday and Wedding Cakes
Catering Service for All Kinds of Parties,
Party sandwiches and cookies
One Hundred Eighty
Congratulations to the
0655 of '63 cnsss TILE AND
OSCAR TRENT'S DRUG MARBLE COMPANY
2033 North Main Street VIVQIVIIO
WEEJ UN WORLD!
GILES FLOWER SHOP
l55 South Main Street
ARTISTS AND DECORATORS
Phone SW 3-621 I
Charlie and Earline Giles
I School Supplies
0 Hi Fi
520 Main Street Arcade Building
VIRGINIA BANK 81
The Bank of Personal Service
Member of Federal Deposit
THE CHARCOAL HOUSE
"Charcoal Steaks At Their Best"
S. N. Shaip
One Hundred E git O
"Your Health is our Business"
2384 Riverside Drive
Free Delivery and Curb Service
Phone: SW 3-1611
THOMPSON-ARTH U R
Asphalt Concrete Paving
Municipal and State Contracting
Martinsville, Va. S. Boston, Va.
Greensboro, N. C. High Point, N. C.
C. E.'s GRILL
'House of Pizza Pie"
927 S. Main Street
SOUTH MAIN SUNOCO
632 S. Main Street
Get the best for your car,
I fi ' u1'E..i?z '
'Ii Iayli I A
S g f
pl. ni.. . r l
P lwel 9
DR. PEPPER BOTTLING
7-UP BOTTLING CO.
Congratulations to the Class of '63
CONTINENTAL FOOD SHOPPE
"Foods of all Nations"
PRATHER'S GULF SERVICE
Prather E. Martin, Operator
3107 West Main St. Ext.
Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1963
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
341 Main Street SW 2-71 11
One Hundred E ighty-Two
H. H. CALVERT
Contractor and Builder
Telephone SWift 3-4938
855 Holbrook Avenue
1009 West Main Extension
Nor-Dan Shopping Center
Congratulations to the
Class ot '63
CAT 8. FIDDLE
524 Main Street
McCOLLUM - FERRELL
Sandler of Boston
Fancy Groceries, Meats and Sea Foods
Have Your Prescriptions Filled
We Specialize in Party Food at your
SW 3-821 1 7 Chambers Street KEY REXALL DRUG STQRE
Congratulations, Congratfumlgtions to
DANVILLE VAULT COMPANY
NOR-DAN BEAUTY SALON
Nor-Dan Shopping Center
Open Thursday and Friday nights
for your convenience
Owned 8t Operated by:
Barbara R. Searce
We Invite your Patronage
Piney Forest Road
"Flowers For All Occasions"
MART:-iA's FLOWER sHoP D- K-
Corsages, Weddings, and Parties NEED WE SAY MORE?
4783 Riverside Drive, Danville, Va. Dairy Korner 141 Watson Street
Phones: SW 2-4710 or SW 2-9031
the Class of '63
PETTY'S FASHIONS INC.
1015 W. Main Street
2321 Riverside Drive SW 2-4522
One Hundred Eighty-Three
SOUTHERN OFFICE MACHINES CO.
Typewriters - Supplies
, 224 Main Street
1 ,ff MM
Q R-minqf-1 Frmd Danville, Virginia
COX AND GOODRIDGE
l28 South Market Street
OLD DUTCH SUPERMARKETS
Meats - Produce
3 Stores to Serve You
GERALD 8. BETTY HAIRDRESSERS
l23 Watson Street
cl M '
Armistead Womack Clarence Millner
P. S. Make a Date
Meet Your Friends at
COLLEGE SODA SHOPPE
l98 South Main Street
"Knit For All Ages"
BOOTH WHITE SPORT SHOP, Inc.
304 Main Street SW 2-8036
. 5fi-3f3fg.gg:g:5f5:gf51g: :g15:g::::1,1, ,1,1:1,1:.:1:1: , :1,:::. VE. .Q -: . . . . . . , ,.. . , , , , M , ,.. , , , , ,
....... , ..4. 1 BULL' NGTQN OPTICAL CQ.
Lenses dup! iwfed - Fromes fepflired
...-E-,,,,..........-www Danville VO Prescriptions fmedw 3
. "" 'TM' ' ' Hotel Leeland Bldg. S -6 l 54
"Maintain That Sater Appearance"
JOHNSON 81 LENTZ CUT-RATE
STORE CLEMENTS s. PARKER
Medical Supplies A - l
and Hotel Danville Building
Sundries Furniture - Carpets - Draperies
Corner Holbrook Ave. and Stokes St.
GATEWOOD COAL CO., INC.
Your telephone call starts our service
SW 3-261 l
Congratulations. to the
Class of '63
DANVILLE SANDWICH CO.
Complimenfsof SPARKS-GILES HARDWARE co.
BusY BEE CAFE 248 Mom
122 N. Union St. SW 2-2414
One Hundred Eighty-Four
Congratulations to the
WYATT 81 HALL FOOD STORE
Danville's Finest Foods
Class of '63 Free Delivery
W B T M Groceries, Fresh Meats 81 Party Foods
135 Watson Street Dial SW 3-531 1
SOUTH MAIN BARBER SHOP
J. Lewis Gatewood, Prop.
"For Good Service"
412 So. Main St. Danville, Virginia
H. P. GREEN SHOE CO.
A Home-Owned Store
328 Main Street Dial SW 2-1445
Shoes for the Whole Family
"Our diapers are xcienlifically cleaned"
SNOW WHITE DIAPER SERVICE
1203 West Main Street SW 2-4421
SW 3-5533 Free Delivery
HOLIDAY INN RESTAURANT H W BROWN
Q Cheerful - Friendly - Reasonable We -fele'm h Flowers
For that important date make it FEORTST
fl-re dl""'e'0f 431 chesmuf street
lb' l-lOl'.lDAY. Danville, Virginia
PEOPLE'S AUTO SUPPLY, Inc.
584 Court Street SW 2-3321
WISE-HUNDLEY ELECTRIC CO., Inc.
Appliances - Furniture
326 Main Street Dial SW 3-2622
Coy Wimmer Ray Booker
BOOKER 8. WIMMER RADIO-TV
Auto Radio Service - A Specialty
SW 3-3146 415 Court Street
PARK PLACE MERCANTILE CO.
The Family Store in Schoolfield
Schooltield Danville, Virginia
MARIE'S BEAUTY SALON
Riverside Shopping Center
and People's Drugstore
Open Evenings by Appointment
SW 3-3544 SW 2-8926
Mrs. Pauline Clark Danville, Va.
HODNETT 81 SPEER CO., Inc.
Repairing - A Specialty
440 Main Street Danville, Virginia
Route 86 and Shady Grove Road
CALLAHAN CLEANERS 81
133 Watson Street Danville, Virginia
One Hundred Eighty Five
Aaron, Larry Gene 20, 62, 122
Aaron, William Bland 84, 86, 112
Abbott, Jeanne Carolyn 21, 30, 45,
50, 51, 53, 66, 132
Abbott, June Carol 20, 32, 122
Abbott, Sandra Faye 102
Adams. Brenda Lee 102
Adams, Connie Rae 102
Adams, Lewis Carter Jr. 87, 102
Adams, Natalie 30, 65, 122
Adkins, Anne B. 36
Adkins, Brenda 122
Adkins, Danny 34, 102
Adkins, David 112
Adkins, Delores Ann 102
Adkins, Donald Eugene 112
Adkins, Donald 122
Adkins, Judy Garland 122
Adkins, Larry Lee 122
Adkins, Ray Edward 112
Adkins, Roslyn Ideena 31, 52, 122
Administrative Staff 16
Agee, Melinda Paige 20, 112
Agee, Merry Ellen 122
Aherron, Phyllis 122
Albright, Betty Jean 61, 62, 112
Albright, Bill 39, 112
Albright, Michael 34, 102
Albright, Patricia Lee 122
Alcorn, Rosemary 26
Alderson, Donna 102
Aldridge, Lavenia Susan 102
Alexander, Theresa Ellen 122
Alfriend, Mary Anne 102
Allen, Carolyn Lee 31, 122
Allen, Keith Carlyle 13, 32, 53,
Allen, Penny Diane 22, 30, 44, 50,
55, 66, 69, 72, 74, 132, 141, 155
Allen, Ronnie Martin 122
Allen, Teresa 122
Allen, Tory 68, 112
Allgood, Sydney 102
Altice, Walter King 112
Alverson, Susan Marie 102
Anderson, Berley Edward 102
Anderson, Edward Wayne 41, 67,
Anderson, Inez 16
Anderson, Iva June 112
Anderson, James 112
Anderson, Sandra Ann 102
Anderson, Seward, 67, 92, 98, 112
Anderson, Wendy Beth 132
Andrews, Bonnie Ela 102
Andrews, Elizabeth Sherrill 68,
Apple, Michael Glenn 102
Arendall, James Larry 59, 98, 132
Arnn, Bernadine Joy 24, 30, 56,
66, 70, 71, 132
Arnold, Janet Lee 37, 102
Arnold, Jimmy Dale 112
Aron, Harry Winston 55, 65, 66,
67, 70, 82, 98, 99, 132, 149, 155
Aron, Patricia Lee 102
Arthur, Judy 102
Arthur, Wanda Marie 102
Astin, Harvie 102
Athletic Honor Society 99
Atkins, Rachel Orenda 112
Atkins, Randolph Lester 133
Atkins, Robert G. Jr. 20, 39, 122
Audio-Visual Aids 58
Bacon, Mary 23
Bacon, Roland 27
Bailey, Bobby 122
Bailey, John Alex 91
Bailey, Thomas Jr. 39, 122
Bagby, John Jackson 32, 53, 71,
Baker, Barbara Jean 133
Baker, Billie Sue 54, 69, 80, 133
Baker, David Monroe 34, 102
Ball, Kenneth Wayne 59, 84, 112
Barber, Brenda Faye 112
Barber, Glenn 102
Barber, John Morton 112
Barber, Robert Jones 122
One Hundred Eighty-Six
Barber, Sybil Nelleen 41
Barker, Ethel 14, 15
Barker, Evelyn 17
Barker, John Ross 31, 112
Barker, Jerry William 93, 94, 98,
Barker, Patsy 102
Barksdale, Beverly White 102, 110
Barksdale, Brenda Faye 112
Barksdale, Kennon 30, 66, 69, 133
Barksdale, Rodger 112
Barnett, Judy 112, 130
Barnett, Leigh 60, 122
Barr, John Sykes 59, 71, 73, 95,
Barrett, Barbara 37, 102
Barrett, Jane Elizabeth 55, 66, 133
Barrett, Linda Grey 122
Barrick, John Walter 71, 95, 133,
Barrick, Sandra Lea 39, 112, 118
Basketball-Varsity 88, 89, 90
Bass, Jenny Ellen 153, 122
Bass, Sarah Ellen 153, 122
Bateman, Judith Lorraine 37, 133
Bateman, Margaret Anne 36, 61,
Bates, Lucille 61, 102
Batterman, Priscilla Joan 69, 122
Baxa, David Bryant 32, 34, 62, 84,
Baxa, Ernest 13
Baynes, Donald Wilson 133
Beale, Jane Elizabeth 112, 130
Beale, Janice Lee 112
Beale, Jefferson D., Dr. 13
Beale, Wally Burgin 74, 82, 88,
Bealer, Edwin LeBaron 102
Bean, Loretta Faye 123
Beaton, James Duncan 34, 102
Beck, Roger Lee 102, 110, 112
Bedsole, Beverly 23
Bedwell, Myrtice Frances 37, 71,
Beggarly, Joyce Elaine 27, 123
Belton, Wesley Davis 112
Bendall, Paschal Robert 91, 102
Bercaw, Peggy 32, 61, 112
Berger, Teresa Elaine 24, 30, 32,
50, 55, 65, 66, 68, 70, 133
Berry, Carolyn Elizabeth 27, 53,
Berry, Elizabeth 40, 134
Betterton, Rhoda Annette 36, 68,
Billings, Kathryn 112
Black, Linda Rosalind 112
Blair, Carolyn Craig 27, 134
Blake, Delores Marie 112
Blake, Grady Ray 102
Blamos, Sandra 113
Blank, Sara Rebecca 81, 102
Blankenship, Mildred Ann 17, 113
Bledsoe, Manuel Jefferson 87, 102
Blevins, Pris Ann 102
Boatwright, Beverly Ann 68, 134
Boatwright, Bonnie Lou 68, 134
Boatwright, Fonda 24, 25
Boaze, Shelby Jean 102
Boggs, Anne Elizabeth 22, 31, 113
Boggs, James Hamilton Jr. 102
Bond, Donna Marie 113
Bonner, O. T. 5, 13
Booker, Jan 102
Booth, Linda Lou 37
Booth, Mary Drake 102
Booth, Ruby Jo 123
Boragine, Robert 27
Borup, Jerry Lawrence 123
Boulware, Michael Coleman 44,
84, 86, 113
Boulware, Susie 102
Bourne, Judith Marie 61
Bousman, Brenda Carolyn 37, 102
Bowden, Dorothy Stewart 32, 56,
62, 66,' 70, 71, 134
Bowen, Dianne 36, 61, 113, 118
Bowyer, Danny 102
Boy, Diane 102
Boyd, Janice 39, 134
Boyd, Linda Gail 102
Boykin, Edward Ronald 34, 102
Boyter, Ronnie Wayne 113
Bradford, Steve Kent 59, 113
Bragg, Linda Sue 36, 123
Brame, Raymond Augustus 84,
Brandt, Lois Lee 134
Brann, Charles Wayne 39, 123
Brann, Harry 17
Brann, Mark 34, 102
Branscome, Elizabeth Ann 102,
Braswell, Oscar Lee 113
Bray, Douglas Larry 102
Bray, Michael Sager 113
Bray, Sidney Preston 113
Bridges, Danny Clark 102
Bridges, Frances Kay 113
Bridges, Lacy Elmer 113
Brincefield, Steven Bruce 93, 98,
Brincefield, Tom 127
Brooks, Harry 103
Brooks, John Jr. 113
Brooks, Laurence 34, 103
Brooks, Marilyn Louise 61, 113
Brooks, Robert Carroll 34, 35, 134
Broome, Joan 61, 113
Broome, Lea Ann 34, 102
Brothers, Billye Faye 38, 61, 113
Brown, Alin Virginia 123
Brown, Bonita Terry 39, 113
Brown, Claude William 36, 37,
67, 71, 134, 141, 155
Brown, Cynthia Ilene 123
Brown, David 25, 85, 86
Brown, Donald Ray 113
Brown, Hugh 41
Brown, Michael Leon 48, 62, 63,
65, 67, 82, 93, 94, 98, 134
Brown, Patricia Anne 103
Brown, Patricia Jean 38, 60, 134
Brown, Patsy Kay 61
Broxson, Donna Marie 25, 44, 53,
63, 66, 69, 70, 73, 81, 134
Bruce, Sarah Carter 38, 45, 53, 65,
66, 70, 135
Bruce, Taylor Motley Jr. 59, 113
Brumfield, Susie 113
Bryan, Robert Wayne 39, 113
Bryant, Robert Edward 103
Buckner, Jerry Raymond 103
Buettner, Janet Kaye 80, 113
Buettner, Judith Teresa 113
Bumpass, Shirley Mae 37, 113
Burke, Linda Kaye 37, 103
Burkett, Charles Lee 103
Burkholder, Jack Douglas 55, 59,
Burks, Margaret Ann 33, 123, 130
Burks, Thomas 97, 103
Burnette, Freddie Wayne 84
Burnette, Othas Bruce 88, 89, 103
Burrell, Robin Anne 36, 81, 103
Burrell, Ruth 16
Burrell, Sandra Ayers 54, 69, 73,
Burton, Larry Durand 103
Burton, M. Jo Anne 37, 65, 71
Burton, Michael Clark 123
Burton, Wanda Nell 68, 113
Bushong, James C. 123
Business Education 41
Byrd, Charleen Sue 103
Byrnside, O. J. 40, 41, 85, 87, 91
Calisch, Louis Herman Jr. 39, 113
Callahan, Dorothy 63, 80, 113
Callahan, Flinton II 24, 32, 55, 66,
69, 71, 135, 141, 155
Campbell, Kerry A. 38, 61, 113,
Cannon, Carol Mclnnes 103
Cannon, James Allen III 59, 113
Cannon, Colbert Marshall 103
Capitol Hi-Y 59
Cardina-l Hi-Y 59
Cardinal Talent Scout 56, 57
Carlton, Sheila 37, 113
Carmichael, Sylvia Marie 103
Carr, Harry Bennett IV 24, 25,
32, 51, 55, 66, 67, 70, 135
Carr, James David 113, 118
Carr, Judith LaVonne 62, 123
Carswell, David Lee 113
Carswell, Susan 123
Carter, Arthur Cecil Jr. 34, 103
Carter, Catherine James 60, 123
Carter, Cynthia 103
Carter, George 29, 85, 86, 96
Carter, Glenda Marie 36, 37
Carter, India Frances 113
Carter, Lloyd Frank 103
Carter, Glenda 103
Carter, Nancy Faye 113
Carter, Patsy Gail 54, 135
Carter, Philip Lauman 113
Carter, Sterling Andrew 113
Cash, Patricia 113
Cassada, Baswell Jeanne 38, 61,
Cassada, Cheryl 103
Cassell, Harley Mac 103
Cassell, Patricia Ann 103
Cassidy, Kenneth 71, 123
Cathey, Robert Bristow 26, 58, 66,
CAVALIER 15, 52, 53
Cawley, Joseph F. 39, 59, 123
Cawley, William Paul 39, 59, 113
Champion, Jane Kirby 26, 30, 50,
51, 55, 66, 131, 135
Chaney, Donald James 34
Chappell, Steve William 103
Charles, Jerry W. 113
Chatterbox 54, 55
Chattin, Claude Henry Jr. 31, 123
Cheek, Patsy Anne 69, 135
Cheerleaders 80, 81
Chenault, Martha Dean 68, 113
Childress, Peggy Doris 103
Chilton, Charles 113
Chism, Elizabeth 123
Christopher, J. T. 5, 12, 38, 50
Civics Club 25
Robert Allan 91, 103, 110
Clark, Annette 38, 113
Clark, Jamie Elizabeth 113
Clark, Judith Lynn 113, 130
Clark, Kathy Leigh 113
Clark, Lois Marie 103
Clark, Patsy Delores 123
Clark, Susan Kaye 103
Clark, Suzanne 57, 85, 113
Clark, Zandra T. 37, 103
Clay, Billy Wayne 113
Clay, Ronald 103
Clayton, George W. Jr. 62, 65, 88,
89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 98
Clayton, Linda Faye 113
1 3 5
Alice Whiteside 53, 70,
Carol Sue 61, 113
Clement, Jim 103
Nathaniel Elliott 30, 57,
Sandra Lee 61, 113
Clement, Terry Susan 24, 30, 45,
66, 70, 136
William James 103
Clements, Hugh 91, 103
Cleveland, Robert F. Jr. 30, 123
Clifton, Betty Louise 113
Clifton, Dan 103
Clifton, Essie Janet 113
Clifton, Jimmy Claude 114
67, 94, 123 Clifton, Leigh Jerry 114
Calos, Anna Ruth 103 Clifton, Mary Frances 22, 53, 60,
Campbell, Evelyn Carolyn 39, 55, 62, 69, 123
Clifton, Patricia Dawn 113
Clifton, Shirley Lucille 38, 61, 114
Cobb, Eunice Irene 103
Cochran, Kathryn 123
Cochrane, Donna 123
Cochrane, William Neal 85
Coffey, Betty Jean 36, 123
Coggins, Marcia Lawrence 55, 123
Daniel, Sharon 32, 53, 60, 124
Daniel, Virginia 103
Daniels, Anne 31, 124
Daniels, David M. 114
Daniels, Douglas James 103
Darnell, Ellen Gail 124 ,
Darnell, Vickie Dianne 36, 103
Daughrity, Ruth Ann 103
Dykes, James Michael 114
Eanes, Brenda Lee 137
Eanes, David 104
Eanes, Henry Lee 104
Eanes, Jerry Wayne 82, 93, 94, 98,
Eanes, Jimmy 104
Coggins, Sharon 61, 103
Colbert, Floyd Douglas Jr. 39,
Coleman, Cathy Leigh 36, 103
Coleman, Charles W. Jr. 59, 89,
Coleman, Eddie 114
Coleman, Fay Doris 123
Coleman, Jacquelyn Lee 32, 55,
60, 66, 71, 136
Coleman, Lillie Jeanette 136
Coleman, Paul Lee 15, 123
Collins, Linda 114
Collins, Oliver Singleton III 31,
56, 131, 167
Collins, Harriett Lorraine 61, 114
Collis, Yvonne Marie 60, 69, 136
Compton, Jeanne Ray 103
Compton, Marie Ann 123
Connor, Laura Catherine 22, 24,
25, 55, 69, 70, 136, 155
Connor, Lee Osborne 84, 114
Cook, Dewey Wayne 87, 105
Cook, Gilbert Giles 105
Cook, Herman 103
Cook, James Bernard 27, 125
Cook, Norman Thomas 131, 136,
Cook, Roger Lee 55, 123
Cooper, David 39, 114
Cooper, Miriam 23, 155
Copeland, Elizabeth 16
Corbin, Lee 114
Corn, William Burton 39, 114
Cowan, Floyd Scott 59, 114
Cowan, Howard Vernell 103
Cowan, Roger Steven 34, 103
Coward, Brownye Elizabeth 57,
Cox, Charlene Leo 114
Cox, Charles Daniel 32, 123
Cox, Faye Lester 136
Cox, Judith Ann 114
Cox, Larry 114
Cox, Nelly Rebecca 103
Cox, Phyllis Jean 103
Earl Thomas 123
George Allen 114
Merrill Houghton, Jr. 103
Donnie Wayne 34, 103
Margaret Susan 13, 24, 30,
Creech, Marion 21
Crider, Linda 40, 123
Gloria Faye 103
Malcolm A. Jr. 25, 66, 124
Crowder, Ann Elizabeth 114
Crowder, Carl N. 124
Crowder, Jimmy Lee 114
Crowder, Mildred Cathy 103
Crumpton, Eddie Carrol 114
Crumpton, Judy 114
Crutchfield, Rebecca Susan 38,
Cudworth, Craig Robert 124
Cumbo, Dale 103
Cundiff, Josephine 114
Cundiff, Richard Anderson 114
Curry, Betsy 41, 127
Dalton, Betty Ann 103
Dalton, Bonnie Gay 36, 114
Dalton, Gloria Jean 71, 124
Dalton, Julia Dianne 37, 68, 114
Dalton, Larry Wayne 124
Dalton, Troy Lee 82, 124
Dalton, Vivian 68, 103
Dafxinzron, Donald Christopher 39,
Daniel, Drusilla May 22, 69, 124
Daniel, Luella Faye 40, 124
Daughrity, Virginia Lee 24, 25,
50, 52, 55, 55, 53, 66, 156
Davis, Barbara Ann 40, 61, 136
Davis, Barbara Kay 103
Davis, Charlotte Ann 114
Davis, Clyde Bowen 59, 124
Davis, Curtis Ray 124
Davis, Cynthia Elizabeth 114
Davis, Dura Faye 103
Davis, Joe Carroll 103
Davis, Mabel 14, 15
Davis, Melvin Willard 114
Davis Sylvia Dyann 103
Dawsbn, Gaye Carol 9, 45, 53, 66,
DeBoe, Joel Roger 44, 86, 89, 90,
Deese, Thomas 87, 103
DeHart, James Turner 114
DeHaven, Mary 36, 103
Deitz, Ronald Lee 114
Dennis, Linda 23
Denny, Etta Elizabeth 114
Denny, J. R., Jr. 13
Denny, Ray Langston 31, 58
59, 79, 98, 127
Denson, Augusta LaVern 124
Desera, Paul Ernest 103
DeVall, Donnie Lee 137
Dewberry, Aubrey Ray 98
Dewberry, Brenda Darlene 114
Dewberry, Linda Love 103
Dewberry, Sheila Marie 103
Dibrell, Alice 103
Dick, Charles 103
Dickens, Ernest Luther 39, 114
Dickens, Thomas Leslie 34, 103
Dillon, Janet Lee 124
Dillworth, Kathryn Elaine 124
Dishman, Celia 16
Dishman, Michael Van 65, 103
Distributive Education Club 41
Dix, Carolyn Ann 103
Dix, Douglas Wilson 59
Dix, Leroy Carlton 67
Dix, Polly Marie 114
Dixon, Richard Maupin 24, 65,
67, 71, 94, 98, 131, 132, 137,
141, 144, 155, 167
Dodd, Donna 114
Dodson, Charles 98
Dooley, Elwood James 87, 103
Dooley, Judy Carol 61, 104
Dooley, Richard Wayne 95, 114
Dorman, Jay Franklin 87, 102,
Dorr, Robert David 59, 114
Dorsett, Victor 34, 104
Doss, Linda Joan 104
Doss, Mary Frances 17, 69, 124
Doss, Raymond Thomas 104
Doss, Rebecca Bonita 137
Dowdy, -Ruth Ann 40, 50, 66, 68,
Dowdy, Shirley Ann 124
Drew, Susan 114
Drewy, Russell Lynne
Drye, Faye Dawn 17, 104
Dryman, Vickie Rhae 114
Dudley, David Shane 104
Duncan, Charles Linwood 114,
Duncan, Larry 59, 137
Dundley, Jerry 104
Dunglinson, Lea 30, 55, 69, 71,
Dunn, Beverly Josephine 32,
Dunn Martha o 114
Durham, Mary Lynn 61, 104
Dykes, Charles Richmond 157
Eanes, Johnny Wyatt 27, 124
Earles, Betty Lou 114
East, Michael Wayne 124
Eastridge, Alfred Eugene 87, 104
Edmonds, Brenda 104
Edmunds, Susie 104
Arlett Franklin 34, 104
Edwards, Danny Ray 104
Edwards, George T. 39, 124
Patricia Ann 38, 124
Eli, Jane Ann 124
Elkins, Erma Sue 124
Ellington, Carroll F. 114
Elliott, Carter 91, 104
Elliott, Connie Sue 32, 36, 50, 54,
Elliott, Donald C. 59, 124
Elliott, Frances K. 31, 39, 124
Elliott, Jerry Lee 114
Elliott, Lawrence Edward 41, 137
Elliott, Margie Lee 71, 124
Elliott, Nancy D. 39, 124
Elliott, Robert Lee 59, 124
Elliott, Sylvia 114
English Department 23
English, Linda Ann 61, 114
English, Robert Hugh 24, 32, 51,
64, 67, 94, 98, 99, 137
Erwin, Sadie 61
Estes, Josephine 33
Estlow, John William 114
Estlow, Nina Anne 104
Evans, Anna Marie 104
Evans, Dawn Elizabeth 114
Evans, George Perry 114
Evans, Nancy Jane 104
Evans, Nelle 16
Evans, Richard Brinkley 91, 93,
Evans, Thomas Howard 84, 114
Evans, William Randall 138
Everett, Patricia Ann 34
Everett, Sherrill Jane 104
Farlow, Jesse Cecil 124
Farmer, Norman Larry 104
Farmer, William Barry 114
Barbara Sue 69
Harriet Ann 115
Farthing, Harvey Lee 104
Farthing, Judith Carolyn 115
Farthing, Larry 104
Farthing, Sherrill 39, 114
Faulkner, Albert Brady Jr. 59,
Faw, James 27
Fears, Angeline Gail 115
Feibelman, Frankie 104
Allen 34, 104
Ferguson, Billie Judith 138
Ferguson, Carolyn Elizabeth 36,
Ferguson, Donna 104
Ferguson, Lisa 70, 104
Ferguson, Ray 104
Ferguson, Robert Wayne 138
Ferrell, Glenda 31
Ferrell, Jerry Wayne 115
Ferrell, Joe 17
Ferrell, Patricia Ann 821, 104
Finley, Carol Ann 115
Fisher, Jo Ann 115
Fisher, Ray Andrew 138
Fitzgerald, Anne Carol 104
Fitzgerald, Dorothy 55, 55
Fitzgerald, James Linwood 104
Fitzpatrick, Veronica 115
Fleming, Charles Cleo 34, 104
Fleming, Mark Scollins 104
Fleming, Neil Byerly 124, 127
Flora, Jo Ann 104
Floyd, Carol 34, 104
Flynn, Harry Weisiger Jr. 24, 67,
88, 89, 91, 92, 98, 99, 138
Flynn, Stephen James 66, 71, 75,
82, 84, 97, 98, 99, 153
Football-J.V. 84, 86
Football-Varsity 82, 83, 85
F.0.0.T. Club 71
Forehand, Ethel 26
Foreign Languages 30
Foster, Anita Leigh 115
Foster, Beverly 104
Foster, Cecil Levern 115
Foster, Julian Luther Page, Jr. 39,
Fowler, Donald Lee 124
Fowler, Martha Jane 115
Fowlkes, Nancy Anne 115
Fralin, Jimmy Lee 39, 115
Francis, Linda Kay 115
Francis, Ruth Marie 104
Franklin, Dianna 115
Franklin, Nancy Kay 124
Franklin, Paula Ann 41
Franks, Patricia Sue 38, 115
Frazier, Linda 115
Freeze, Roger 115
Freeze, Ronald 27, 104
French Club 30, 31, 32
Freshman Cheerleaders 28
Freshman Y-Teens 61
Friedman, Thea H. 31, 71, 124
Fuller, Joel Vann 102, 104, 110
Fuller, Kitty Penn 54, 63, 69, 81,
Fulton, Pencie 14, 15
Fulton, Warren Crigler 115
Fuguay, James 104
Furgurson, Amy Foster 80, 115
Furguson, Harry Allen 87
Future Homemakers of America
Future Nurses Club 70
Future Teachers of America 68
Gabbel, William M. 41
Gaddy, Charles Stephen 59, 66,
Gaddy, Clifford Garland Jr. 26,
65, 91, 92, 95, 98, 99, 124
Gaither, Ralph 104
Gallacher, Charles 124
Gammon, Betty Carol 40, 158
Gammon, Gail Ardyce 124
Ganey, James 124
Ganey, Patsy Victoria 104
Ganey, Richard Dixon 98, 104
Gantsoudes, Bessie Marie 24, 25,
44, 49, 50, 57, 63, 65, 66, 69, 70,
Gardiner, Anthony Morris 50, 71
138, 141, 155
Gardner, Vicky Dianne 51, 55, 65
Garnett, David Hassell 104
Garrett, C. Thomas 125
Garrett, Joan 81, 102, 104, 110
Garris, Frances 115
Garris, Martha 30, 158
Gatewood, Brenda 115
Gatewood, Jo Anne 104
Gatewood, Lillian Sue 22, 60, 68,
Gauldin, Tom Joe 54, 87, 104
Gentry, Harry E. 115
George, Caroline 104
German Club 50, 52
Gerringer, Earlene Constance 57,
Gibbs, Sally 61, 115, 118
Gibson, Lewis Edward Jr. 104
Gibson, Peggy Anne 16, 17, 58
Gilbert, Al 98, 159, 144
Gilbert, Kay 104
Gilbert, Linda Kaye 51, 104
Gilbert, Robert Bruce 139
One Hundred Eighty-Seven
Hughesj Sarah Ford 61, 116
Gilbert, Thomas H. 139
Giles, Brenda Judith 22, 40, 60,
, Donna Lee 25, 115
Halperin, Susan Joyce 115
Hamlett, Barbara 125
Hamlett, Dianna Frances 105
Hamlett, Kenneth 105
Hamlett, Sandra 116
Heffinger, Jane Elizabeth 36, 70,
Heffinger, Paul Linwood 105
Heldreth, Larry Alvin 34, 102,
Larry 31, 49, 53, 140
Giles, Jerry 39, 89, 115
90, 93, 93, 99, 115
Gill, Ervin Clarence 104
Gilley, Dennis Carroll 87, 104
Gillie, William Rodney 87, 104
Gilliland, Leah F. 22, 55, 69, 139
Gillispie, James Norman 115
Gilreath, Elvin Thomas 125
Girls Athletic Association 28, 29
Girls' Chorus 33
Glass, Frank Starling 104
Glidewell, Nancy Frances 31, 61,
Glossom, Patsy 115
Gobbel, Becky Jo 30, 33, 57, 69,
Goode, Robert David 39, 111, 115
Goodson, Janice Ann 111, 115
Goodson, Louie Aubrey 32, 115
Gordon, Nancy Louise 60, 125
Gosney, Jeffrey 115
Goss, Kenneth Marion 161
Gould, Patrick Waynne 84, 115
Gourley, Lawrence Wesley 139
Gowin, Marilyn Leigh 38, 115,
Graham, Robert Michael 104
Grant, Carroll 39, 115
Grant, Lawson 25, 62, 93, 115
Graves, Kermit Boyd 115
Gravette, Judy Frances 115
Gravett, Rebecca Ann 68, 104
Gray, Wesly David 115
Green, Genevieve 37, 115
Greene, Douglas Brooks 32, 34,
Greene, Earl 18, 33, 36, 131
Greene, Julia Anne 61, 102, 104,
Gregary, Neil 34, 105
Gregory, Nelia 57, 105
Grffin, Bennie Lee 26
Griffith, David Lee 71, 98, 112,
Groux, Carolyn 139
Grubbs, Elizabeth 69, 139
Grubbs, Harry Lindley 125
Grubbs, Marsha Dawn 115
Grubbs, Nancy Dell 105
Guidance Department 15
Guill, Paul 115
Guill, Sandra 105
Guill, Weldon Vaden 105
Gurtis, Joseph 29, 74, 82, 85
Gurtis, Ruth 28, 29
Gusler, Jesse 25
Guthrie, Joseph Samuel Jr. 58,
Guthrie, Linda 105
Haar, Norman 20, 21
Hackney, Clyde 40, 41
Hair, Evelyn 26, 157
Haley, Elizabeth Stuart 24, 57, 65,
Haley, William Frederick 84, 115
Haliasos, Constantine Atharn 24,
26, 50, 52, 44, 50, 51, 66, 67,
Michael Anthony 84, 86, 89,
Hamlin, John Conway 102, 105,
Hancock, Bernice Kaye 105
Hancock, Dorrie Delores 105
Hancock, Margaret Lorraine 38,
Hancock, Roslyn Jean 116
Handy, Jo Ann 105
Handy, Lynda Carol 116, 118
Handy, Roger 105
Hankins, Nancy 36, 70, 116
Hankins, William Augusta 59,
Hankla, Eleanor 26
Hanks, Betty J. 125
Hanks, Janice Marie 105
Haraway, Harold Hamlett 139
Haraway, Joan Carolyn 116
Haraway, Kenneth Wayne 27
Haraway, Sherry Lee 33, 48, 71,
73, 132, 140, 130, 141
Hardin, David 26, 59
Henderson, Barbara Jean 116
Henderson, Brenda 36, 50, 125
Henderson, Brenda Joyce 125
Henderson, Diane 125
Henderson, George Vence 34, 105
Henderson, James Craig 87, 105
Henderson, Jerry 125
Henderson, Marven Joseph 58,
Henderson, Julian Webster 97,
Lydia Jane 29, 125
Henderson, Verla Sylvia 29, 32,
Hughes, Mary Frances 17, 125
Hughes, Michael Thomas 39, 116
Nannie Elizabeth 106
Hughes, Stevenson Michael 87,
Hughes, Wiley Fred 44, 59, 116
Hulette, Thomas 106
Teresia Elaine 106
Humphrey, Margaret Lilian 61,
ley, Nancy Layne 141
Janice Ann 53, 70, 125, 130
Pamela Elaine 106
Hutcherson, Donna Jane 81, 106
Hutcherson, Joyce 27, 141
Hutchinson, Linda Ann 106
Hutchinson, Margaret Arlene 116
Arthur Maynard 125
Hardy, Betty Jo 105
Hardy, Beverly 105
Hardy, Brenda Gale 116
Hardy, Howard Watson 140
Alice King 61, 116
Harlow, Christopher W. 95, 116
Harmon, Ira Wade 27, 140
Harper, Richard 82, 98
Harrah, Glinden Billy 105
Alan Thomas 59, 98, 1411
Barbara 61, 116
Harris, Betsy Jane 34, 105
Harris, Brenda Carole 34, 37, 105
Harris, Brenda Cheryl 116
Harris, Carolyn 105
Harris, Charles Milton Jr. 102,
Harris, Donna Lee 105
Harris, Doris Faye 125
Harris, James 20, 161
Harris, Margaret Carole 105
Harris, Nancy Lynne 105
Harris, Norman Lee 105
Hariis, Teresa Allen 38, 60, 69,
Harris Wesley Garfield 97, 140
53, 60, 125
Henderson, William F. 27, 141
Henry, Donald Ray 59
Herndon, Carolyn 105
Hiatt, Floyd E. 125
Hicks, Edgar Perry 25
Hicks, Iris Viola 38, 125
Higgins, Carrol Edgar 141
Highfield, Rebecca 105
Hill, Carolyn Lee 38, 105
Hill, Gwendolyn Yvonne 62, 105
Hill, Larry 105
Hill, Rachel 116
Hilliard, Melody Joy 68, 116
Hilliard, Violet Jean 68
Hilliard, Wayne 36, 68, 116
Hiltzheimer, John Leslie 116
Hines, Susan 105
Hinton, Ann 105
Hodge, Elizabeth 31
Hodges, Bobby 105
Hoefelmeyer, Fred 116
Hogan, Joan Carolyn 116
Hoisington, Ralph Edward 105
Holiday, Carl 105
Holland, Jo Anne 105
Holley, Carol Ann 141
Holley, Donald Howard 59, 141
Holley, Wayne Donald 125
Holly, Cheryl 105
Holmes, Judith Lynn 36, 61, 116
Holt, Johnny 116
Holtgn, Mildred Elizabeth 61, 70,
Home Economics 22
Hoobler, Sandra 116
Hooker, Daniel Norris 65, 67, 71,
82, 84, 85, 94, 98, 141
Hylton, Ann Louise 71, 141
Industrial Arts 27
Industrial Co-operative Training
Industrial Vocational Training 27
Ingram, Betty J. 39, 125
Ingram, Bobbye Raye 31, 102,
Ingram, David William 106
Interclub Council 62
International Relations Club 25
Irwin, Amos Eugene 59
Irwin, Sadie Ann 70, 116
Isley, Branson Boyd, Jr. 24, 25,
32, 92, 94, 98, 99, 125
Harrison, Sandra Kay 116
Harvey, Daniel Gaver 24, 32, 55,
67, 71, 125
Harvey, Pamela 32, 60, 125
Harville, Delilah Frances 105
Harville, Doris 116
Harville, John Christopher 116
Harwood, Rocky 59, 116
Haskins, Judith Marilyn 125
Haskins, Sandra Kay 80, 116
Hatcher, Diana 116
Haulsee, Larry 84
Havens, Roberta Ann 37, 71, 125
Hawker, Barbara Jean 27
Hawkins, Janis Marie 125
Hawkins, Robert Keen 36, 116
Hawkins, Vickie LaVerne 116
Hayden, Martha 105
Hayes, Robert Alvis 34
Hoover, Harry Thomas 141
Hopkins, Cynthia Wayne 38, 116
Hopkins, Jeanette Rose 105
Hopkins, Johnnie Ronald 141
Hopkins, Kenneth Ray 88, 105
Hornaday, John Wesley Jr. 34,
Hornaday, Sylvia Joan 38, 125
Horsley, Beverly Ann 105
Horsley, Donnie Ray 105
Hoskins, Karen 105
Hoskins, Linda 105
Hoskins Mary Kaye 39, 68, 125
Rosa Fay 31, 33, 37, 68,
Houser, Thomas P. 9, 12, 34
Howard, Judith Anne 61, 116
Howard, Patricia Anne 116
Hall, Calvin Homer 59, 139, 141
Edward William 39
Hall, James Cabell 87, 89, 90,
Hall, James Thomas 84, 86, 115
Hall, James Vann 27, 115
ohnnie W Jr 139
, J . .
Hall, Larry Norman 105
Hall, Linda 115
Hall, Munford Page III 115
Nancy Violia 38, 115
Hall, Susan Ann 68, 105
Hayes, Wayne 105
Haymes, Linda 127
Haymore, Christine Ann 105
Haymore, Nancy 116
Curtis Garland 105
Haynes: Delores Marie 125
Haynes, Larry Gene 125
Haynes, Stephen Mark 105
Hays, Barbara Ellen 105
Haywood, David Franklin 116
Hazelwood, Doris Annette 30
Hazelwood, Patsy 17, 125
Heady, Brenda Kay 38, 61, 116
Hefferman, Robert 105
Heffernan, Patricia Louise 116
Howell, Margie Faye 38, 40, 125,
Hudgins, Bobby 116
Hudgins, Patricia Gay 40, 81,
Hudgins, Richard Thomas 125
Hudgins, Robert Lee 39, 116
Hudson, Charles W. 39, 125
Hudson, Rodger 116
Huff, Frances Carolyn 105
Huffman, Robert Charles 141
Huffstellar, Clarence Walter 105
Hughes, George 141
Hughes, Jimmy 106
Isom, Larry 106
Isom, Pam 37, 106
Isom, Sandra Faye 68, 125
Jackson, Donald Neal 36, 50
Jackson, Janet Carolyn 68, 116
Jackson, Joe 27, 126
Jackson, Myra Leigh 106
Jackson, Patricia Helen 31, 81,
Jackson, Robert Lee 106
Jarvis, Odell Ashburn 34, 106
Jefferson, Betty Lou 20, 62
Jefferson, Patricia 40, 142
Jefferson, Rita 116
Jeffress, James Harold 39, 116
Robert Thomas 125
Jeffries, Rosalind Law 116
Jenkins, Nancy Lee 106
Jenkins, Stuart Phillip 142
Jennings, Bickford Patton 116
Johnson, Catherine Anne 55, 125
Johnson, David Michael 116
Johnson, Howard E., Jr. 125
Johnson, Julian 36, 55, 58, 59,
Johnson, Linda Carole 116
Johnson, Louise Blair 57, 116, 130
, Mary Alice 30, 39, 44,
62, 63, 65, 68, 73, 142, 144
Johnson, Mary Ellen 37, 106
Jones, Austin Jr. 142
Jones, Brenda Ann 117
Jones, Brenda Doyle 106
Jones, Casey 17
Jones, Danny Lee 117
Jones, Dennis 106
Jones, Donna Farthing 142
Jones, Erman Willie 117
Jones, James Arthur 126
Jones, Jerry Wayne 142
Jones, Lillian Diane 117
Jones, Linda Gayle 68, 117
Jones, Linda Lee 117
Jones, Mary Elizabeth 117
Jones. Michael 87, 106
Jones, Michael Brown 117
Jones, Miller 89, 90, 117
Jones, Noell Franklin Jr. 106
Jones, Patricia 40, 142
Jones, Richard Thomas 126
Jones, Ronald Lee 117
Jones, Ruth Anne 17, 126
Jones, Sandra 106
Jones, Sue Carol 16, 117, 118
Jones, Suzanne Leslie 117
Jones, Talmadge Craig 117
Jones, Toy Donna 117
Jordan, Bettie Ann 106
Jordan, Judith Marie 142
Jordan, Louise Carter 117
Jordan, Mitchell Clarence 106
Joyce, Bernice Carol 40, 126
Jr. Rotarians 67
Jr. University Women 50, 51
Jr. Y-Teens 61
J.V. Cheerleaders 80
Keatts, Carlton 27, 142
Keatts, Linda Carol 106
Keeling, Beverly 106
Keeling, Katherine Harris 32, 60,
Keen, Sandra Kay 38, 126
Keun, Ann 117
Kello, Belle Anna 117
Kello, Charles Blount 68, 71, 142
Kello, Robert Bobby 68
Kelly, John 25
une Frances 117
Leonard, Mary Lou 126
Leonard, Wray Larry 106
Leslie, Leigh Patsy 61, 117
Lester, Russell Edwin 59, 88, 92,
Letter Girls 39
Lewis, Anne Elizabeth 40, 143
Lewis, Connie Leigh 17, 126
Lewis, Edward Troy 17, 126
Lewis, Frank George Jr. 117
Lewis, George Alan 32, 39, 59,
Lewis, Helen Ann 40, 143
Lewis, Jerry Wayne 106
Lewis, Jetty Jo 106
John Neal 84, 117
Lewis, Judy 106
Lewis, Mary Lamar 69, 126
Lewis, Patsy 81, 106
Lewis, Robert Carl 84, 117
Lewis, Rodger 106
Lewis, Sandra Arlene 7, 143
Lewis, Sandra Faye 117
Lewis, Susan Lorraine 117, 118
Lewis, Tim 58, 106
Martin, Jo Ann 4, 25, 32, 33, 53,
Robin Ray 102, 107, 110
Kelsey, Joseph 21
Kendall, Ben 29, 85, 87, ss, 89
Kendrick, Beverly 68, 106
Kendrick, Douglas 88
Kendrick, Richard Keen 106
Kendrick, Wilma Joyce 32, 34,
54, 60, 126
Kent, Carolyn 26
Kernodle, L. H. 13
Kessler, Lynda May 117
Key Club 67
Kilgore, Shirley Irene 36, 106
Kiltie Korps 38
Kimmel, Jacqueline Rae 37, 126
Kirby, Carolyn Jane 117
Kirby, Kenneth James 126
Kirks, Faye Herndon 40, 126
Kitchen, Jeannie 37, 142
Knick, Frances Louise 37, 106
Knick, Stanley Graham 87, 106
Knowles, Linda Gayle 106
Kodeis, Tipton 126
Koplen, Barry Micheal 24, 32
48, 57, 59, 65, 67, 71, 82, 94,
98, 99, 142, 144
Koplen, Donald Alan 59, 117
Koplen, Ronnie Ilene 117
Kossoff, Mirinda Jean 106
Krasny, Harvey C. 32, 53. 131, 143
Kurtz, Mary Karolyn 106
Kushner, Albert 24, 30, 51, 56,
59, 65, 66, 67, 70, 143, 144
Kushner, Bruce 34, 59, 67, 117
Kushner, Margaret 31
Labiak, Charles Richard 27, 126
Ladd, Bernard 27
Lakey, Harold 29, 82, 85
Lamb, Peggy 15, 28, 29
Lancaster, Vincent 106
Land, Katherine Virginia 24, 34,
32, 51, 55, 66, 69, 70, 71, 81,
Lane, James Alfred 106
Laramore, Frances Marie 44, 50,
53, 66, 69, 70, 80, 143
Laramore, Robert Cleveland 106
Large, Arvle Michael 117
Large, Patricia Helen 106
Laster, Anna 68, 126
Latin Club 30, 32
Lavinder, Danny 106
Lavinder, Linda 61, 117
Lawson, Rachel Lee 106
Lawton, Barbara Jo 25, 54, 126
Layne, Ronald Keith 106
Lea, Cheney 31, 53
Lea, Henry Walker 53, 95, 117
Lea, W. Townes 13
Ledford, Tony Wayne 117
Lentz, Rufus Edgar 106
Leonard, David Neal 117
Leonard, George Bartlett 87, 102,
Liberty, Billy 117
Library Club 17
Lind, Jimmy Lyman 106
Link, Harry Rollen 117
Linkous, John 15, 27
Lodge, David 35, 38, 39
Loftis, Frances Lucille 36, 126
Long, Brenda Mae 106
Long, Carolyn Ann 117
Love, June Elizabeth 106
Lovelace, Barbara Ann 117
Lovelace, Glen Stewart 117
Lucado, Gloria Alileen 40, 5 3,
Lucado, Judith Lynn 53, 117
Ludwick, Kenneth Lewis 117
Ludvsgck, Thomas Houston 27,
Lynch, Peggy 126
MacClintock, Ronald Fife 32, 126
MacLauchean, Dick 106
McBrayer, Evans Anne 36, 37,
102, 106, l1o
McBride, Judy 117, 118
McBride, Rebecca 117
McCall, Billie Ruth 17, 143
McCan, Margaret Susan 117
McCarter, Harvey Leon 106
McClanahan, Eunice Carole 32,
60, 71, 126
McCollum, Patricia 37, 126
McConnell, Edward Boyd 25, 63,
McCormick, Jerry Edward 106
McCormick, Linda Sue 106
McCrary, Suzanne Lee 126
McCraw, Landon Earl 106
McCraw, Victoria Jean 71, 143
McCubbins, Phyllis Kay 36, 117
McCubbins, William Clay 59, 62,
McDaniel, Linda Paige 34, 36,
McDowell, Edward Michael 34,
McDowell, Kathy Jean 106
McDowell, Thomas Wayne 40,
McFarthing, Sandra 106
McGee, Daryl 107
McGhee, Dianne Gayle 117
McGill, Brenda Faye 40, 143
McGlaughlin, Mary Fuller 80,
McGowan, Michael Arthur 68,
McGrady, Patsy 60, 66, 126
McGregor, Joan 144
McGregor, Dwain Avertt 34, 107
McGregory, Thomas Wayne 107
McGuire, Gollard Wayne 41, 98,
McGuire, Jack Lester 117
McIntyre, Bonnie Jean 40, 144
Mclver, Donald Cameron 55, 67,
144, 155, 141
McKinney, James Martin 68, 107
McKinney, John 117
McKinney, Mary Ellen 69, 126
McLaughlin, Sandra 126
McLendon, Preston 21
McMann, David Wellington 117
McMann, Walter Calvin 107
Maddox, Ginger Lee 61, 107
Main, Charles 59, 95, 144, 155, 141
Mangus, Norma Faye 107
Mann, Ellis 144
Mann, Katherine 126, 127
Mansfield, Mary Layne 107
Manuel, Kenneth 117
Marienfeldt, Karin 61, 117, 118
Marlow, Stephen 56, 126
Marlowe, John Thomas 107
Marlowe, Paul 118
Marlowe, Sue Ellen 70, 144
Marsella, Jane Ann 32, 53, 70,
Marsella, Judith Ellen 81, 107
Marshall, Joyce Marie 144
Martin, Edward Neal Clay, Jr. 87
107, 1 11
Martin, Edwin Clay 118
Martin, James Addison Jr. 30, 34,
55, 63, 66, 67, 70, 73, 93, 99, 144
Mitchell, Bobby 118
Mitchell, Claudia LaVerne 34, 62,
Mitchell, Judy 107
Mitchell, Phillip Jerry 27
Rickey 79, 91, 118
Mitchell: Robert 19, 25, 92
Mitchelli William Benjamin, Ji.
Mitchelle, Anne 36, 107
Mixed Chorus 33, 36
Model T's 69
Moir, Margaret 80, 118
Moll, Charles R. 127
Monogram Club 98
Montgomery, Timothy David 13,
32, 45, 50, 53, 65, 67, 70, 71,
Moon, Nancy Carolyn 145
Moore, Anne Houghton 102, 107,
Moore, Barbara 107
Moore, Carolyn Hite 118
Moore, Danny 107
Moore, Jo Ann 118
Moore, Johnny 59, 118
Moore, Linda Lee 107
Moore, Myrtle Irene 118
Moore, Patricia Dawn 118, 127
Moore, Patricia Marie 118
Moore, Ronald Dean 107, 110
22, 126, 130
Martin, Richard Townsend 32
Martin, Shirley 36, 61, 107
Martin, Tonia Faye 118
Martin, Vickie 107
Mast, Elizabeth Fearrington 61
Matherly, Dorothy Louise 40,
Matherly, Essie Mae 126
Mathews, Ray Thomas Jr. 89,
Matkins, Linda Fay 36, 37, 107
Matthews, Kimberly Ann 107
Matthews, Roger Lee 39, 118
Maurakis, Andrew Peter 107
Maurakis, Michael John 145
Mayberry, Danny 127
Mayhew, Jerry 82, 84, 92, 93,
98, 99, 144, 145
Mayhew, Lester Herbert 41, 66,
Moorefield, Alice Faye 38, 40, 66,
Moran, Gerald Edward 41, 145
Moran, Margaret 30, 34, 35, 51,
71, 144, 146
Moran, Thomas James 87, 107
Morgan, Bonne Rae 107
Morgan, Low Linda 107
Morris, David Rowland 15, 53, 59
Morris, Gayle Elizabeth 118
Morris, Jones Stover, III 118
Morrow, Daniel S. 24, 38, 39, 50,
51, 55, 66, 67, 146, 157
Morrow, Diane 118
Moseley, Elizabeth 22, 69
Moss, Robert 127
Motley, Beverly 31, 127
Motley, Lavenia Gail 62, 68, 71,
Motley, Nancy Boyd 127
Motley, Taylor Hodges, Jr. 107
Mayo, Janice Grey 80, 118
Mays, Joyce Elaine 32, 61, 118
Mays, Luther 17
Mays, Steven Berkeley 24, 32, 55,
Moulder, Iva Jean 127
Munford, Ray Samuel 87, 107
Murphy, Douglas Eldridge 127
Murphy, Garry 118
Murphy, Ronnie William 146
Mustain Donald Ross 107
Meador, Mary Elizabeth 145
Meador, Robert Anthony Jr. 127
Meadors, Charlotte Ann 53, 61,
Meadors, Judy Frances 70, 118
Meadors, Tonia 37, 118
Meadows, Connie 107
Meadows, C. Ralph 36, 107
Meadows, James Allen 107
Meadows, Sandra Jean 118
Mealor, George 118
Meeks, Kim Winfield 34, 107
Men's Chorus 33, 58
Mercer, Linda Faye 70, 107
Merchant, William Joseph 107
Merricks, Harold 34, 107
Merricks, Leroy 94, 107
Merricks, Linda Lou 40, 145
Meyer, Jean 21
Miles, Betty Wade 80, 118
Miller, Evelyn 18, 23, 24, 53
Miller, Kenneth 19, 23, 24, 56, 67
Mills, Bennie Woody 118
Mills, Michael 107
Mills, Robert Johnson 145
Mills, Sandra Dwayne 118
Minter, Rodger 107
Mise, Edward Lee 39, 79, 89, 91,
97, 98, 127
Mitchell, Betty 118
Myers, Ellen Joan 107
Myers, Jackie Thrower 40, 146
Myrick, Howard Alan 118
Nakdiman, Stephen 107
Nance, Gary Lynn 107
Napier, Edward Perry 118
National Honor Society 66
Neal, Betty Sue 107
Naylor, Thelma 18,26
Neal, Duane Wilson 107
Neal, Louise 16
Neal, Sandra Ann 118
Neaver, James A. 84
Newman, Brenda Joyce 102, 107,
Newman, Ronald James 127
Newman, Winifred C. Jr. 127
Newsome, Phyllis Ann 69, 127
Nichols, Randy 54, 71, 146
Nixon, Sara Louise 118
Noel, Sally Foster 127
Nolan, Kawania Diana 118
Norman, Cooper 118
Norton, Brenda Sue 37, 146
Norton, Hazel Louise 38, 118
Norton, William Rutledge 118
Nye, Rollie Clayton, Jr. 30, 146,
One Hundred Eighty-Nine
Rust, Brenda Faye 119
98, 141, 149
sink, Marilyn 31
Oakes, Catherine 127
Oakes, Jerry 146
Linda Carol 29, 81, 197
Oakesz Margaret Susan 5, 24, 25,
50, 50, 51, 53, 65, 66, 70, 81,
Maurice Alton 34, 107
Pitcher, John 25
Pizzulo, Dennis Paul 147
Powell, Alpha Carter 119
Powell, Gayle Carter 28, 127
Powell, Janice Lynn 119
Powell, Jimmy Acie 108
Powell, Jimmy Lee 119
Robertson, Edward Boisseau 30,
59, 67, 148, 131
Robertson, Ellen Lenora 108
Robertson, Frances Louise 108
Robertson, John Scott 91
Robertson, Kenneth 131, 148
Robertson, Lindsay 81, 108
Oakes, Ronald Gene 118
Oakley, Linda Carol 118
Oliver, Mary 19, 25
O'Neil, Steve Harlan 34, 107
Osborne, Brenda Dale 127
Osborne, Judith Dianne 118
Osborne, Salene 107
Oskey, John Russell 118
Overby, Susan Jane 37, 107
Overton, Aline 107
Overton, Bill, Jr. 118
Overton, W. C. 13
Ovi Capita 30
Owen, Barbara Nell 61, 107
Owen, Claude Bernard, Jr. 59, 82,
Powell, Laura Morgan 61, 70, 119
Pratt, Donald Irwin Jr. 87, 108
Press Club 55
Pretty, Mary Beth 24, 32, 45, 53,
60, 66, 68, 70, 122, 127
Prevette, Brenda Murphy 147
Price, Brenda Jay 38, 127
Price, Dianne 127
Price, Evelyn 71
Price, Gene M. 36
Price, Gloria Jean 108
Pritchett, William Howard 108
Proffitt, Brenda Joyce 108
Pruett, Charles Wilson 108
Robertson, Lorraine 16
Robertson, Nancy Lee 108
Robertson, Vicki Ann 40, 66, 148
Robinson, Linda Louise 108
Robinson, Patricia Ann 119
Robinson, Raymond 108
Robinson, Scott 108
Roland, Kenneth Lane 149
Roller, William 23
Ross, Carol Yvonne 36
Ross, Sheila M. 149
Rush, Elizabeth Bracken 119
Russell, Dianne Sloan 34
Rumney, Eugene J. 32, 39, 53, 122
Senior Y-Teens 61
Setliff, Barbara Leigh 69, 150
Setliff, David 17
Setliff, Joe 108
Setliff, Mary Inez 119
Settliff, Billy 108
Shaw, Paul James 108
Shelhorse, Martha Sue 108
Shelton, Angela Faye 119
Betty Jane 108, 120
Herman William 39, 84
Evelyn Kay 29, 150
Shelton: Janice 108
Marilyn Kaye 38, 60, 150
Maynard Gerald 150
Nancy Carol 54, 55, 70,
Shelton, Nancy Faye 38, 69, 150
Shelton, Samuel Vinson 71
Shepherd, Charles Dennis 35, 38,
98, 99, 146
Claude Swason 118
David William 127
Owen, Nancy Lee 119
Owin, Roy Thomas Jr. 30, 144,
Owens, Brenda Lou 107
Pace, Jerry 127
Page, Robin Leigh 61, 70, 119
Parham, Harriett Estelle 61, 119
Parker, Harry 107
Parker, Judy Faye 119
Parris, Kenneth Bishop Jr. 59, 82,
93, 99, 119
Pargsh, George I. Jr. 39, 59, 127,
Parrish, John William 107
Parrott, Donna Gayle 32, 53, 71,
Parsons, Douglas William, Jr.
Parsons, Louise Carolyn 40, 147
Patterson, Aleta Dawn 60, 71, 147
Patterson, George Vick 147
Patterson, Judith Layne 127
Patterson, Patsy Jean 127
Patton, Larry Wayne 44, 98, 119
Patty, Darrell Henry 147
Patty, Kenneth Dane 92
Paul, James Edwards 34, 107
Paul, Joyce Hope 107
Paul, William O. III 147
Cecil Raynell 119
Julia Carolyn 147
Payne, Larry 34, 107
Martha Louise 36, 61, 119
William Frederick 95, 119
Pearman, Alfred Edward 27
Pearman, Miriam Faye 119, 111
Pearson, Sara 16
Pender, Marshal 21, 111
Pergerson, William 20
Perkins, Celia 34, 147
Perkins, David 107
Pruett, Patricia Reed 119
Pugh, Frederick 34, 119
Pulley, Henry Jonah 128
Pulliam, Donald Ray 58, 119
Purdy, Shirley Jean 108
Queen, Peggy Ann 31, 62, 65,
Queen, Thomas Lee Jr. 108
Quill and Scroll 70
Quinn, Clarence Woodrow Jr.
Raines, Clyde Danson 119
Raines, Glenda Lee 119
Raines, Nancy Carol 119
Ralph Cooliedge 87,
Rakes, Andrea Dale 36, 119
Rakes, Daniel Wesley 41
Ramey, Lewis Irvin III 71, 147
Rasnick, Glenda Dale 108
Rasnick, Lois 119
Rawley, Jane 37, 119
Ray, Jerry Mason 34, 108
Ray, Randall Nettles 108
Rea, Rita Lee 29, 128
Reaves, Walter 108
Reed, Bonnie Gail 128
Reed, Robert 29, 82, 85, 93
Reese, Billy Wayne 147
Reid, Betty Jean 128
Reynolds, Dorothy Jean 148
Reynolds, Edward Andrew 58,
Reynolds, Gloria 108
Reynolds, Jerry Donevan 148
Reynolds, Mary F. 70, 119
Rice, James Eugene 148, 144
Rich, Michael Gurnie 119
Rich, Terry 148
Richardson, Berkley Lee, Jr. 3
Richardson, Ernest Lester 36,
Richardson, Janet Leigh 148
Richardson, Joan Fayette 119
Richardson, Richard 119
Rutledge, Dewey Maynard 119
Ryan, Alberta Gale 108
Ryan, Phyllis 119
Salmon, Michael Van 32, 34, 53,
Salmon, Patricia Ann 40, 127, 128
Salmon, Paul Vaughan 95, 119
Salmony, Larry D. 25, 67, 71, 92,
98, 99, 127, 128
39, 97, 98, 150
Shepherd, Charles Frank 120
Shepherd, Donald Wayne 59, 128
Sheridan, K. Jacqueline 30, 39,
Sherrill, Hugh 23
Shinkle, Thomas H. Jr. 120
Shoffner, George Michael 53, 59
67, 70, 150
Shore, Robert Ervin Jr. 41
Steven Earl 24, 25, 53,
59, 67, 71, 73, 92, 98, 99, 149
Salzman, Cathryn 119
Samuels, Jennifer Rebecca 108
Samuels, Maria Elena 128
Sanders, Lynn 60, 128
Sandridge, Thomas Keith 20, 31,
Satterfield, Anne Howard 81, 108
Saul, Coy Lee 59, 71, 73, 74, 88,
Saul, Elizabeth Anne 53, 80, 119
Saunders, Cecil Hagood 128
Saunders, Eugene 59, 89, 119
Saunders, Hugh Scott 128
Saunders, Linda 40, 149
Saunders, Nancy Ann 108
Saunders, Wesley 119, 127
Sayers, Annie Laurie 22, 69
Scarboro, Glen 53, 149
Scarboro, Howard L. 39, 59, 128
Marie Alison 37, 108
Scarce, Dolores Elaine 33, 66,
Scearce, Bobby Neal 108
Scearce, Carolyn Ann 40, 128
Scearce, Ellen Joyce 108
Scearce, Irma Jean 61, 119
Scerace, Jay Steven 119
Scearce, Joan Marie 128
Scearce, Kenneth F. 128
Scearce, Lee Tommy 108
Scearce, Nancy 102, 108, 110
Scearce, Vickie Darlene 36, 108
Schollenberger, Mrs. C. J. 13
Perkins, Elsie Dean 108
Perkins, Melvin Cecil 193
Perkins, Susan Romayne 108
Perkinson, Jerry Dianne 24, 57,
63, 66, 69, 80, 127
Perkinson, S. H. 23, 71
Perrow, Judith Dianne 108
Perry, Balleio Charles 84, 86, 108
Petty, Rose 108
Phelps, Mary Anne 37, 108
Phelps, Patricia Ann 32, 53, 1271
Phillips, Billy 108
Phillips, Carol 16, 17
Phillips, Sylvia Lee 108
Phillips, Walker Ronald 108
Phillips, Wayne Shriver 127
Physical Education 29
Pickeral, Glenda 119
Pierce, Lonnie Arthur 119
Piercy, Rodger Dale 108
Pinekenstein, William Alan 58
One Hundred Ninety
Richmond, Carl Terry 119
Richmond, Lester H. 27, 148
Rickman, Catherine Robinson 39,
Riddle, Gerald 108
Riddle, Judith 71, 128
Riddle, Keith 108
Riddle, Steven Michael 108
Ridge, Patricia 23
Rigney, William Anthony 108
Rimmer, Keith 39, 119
Rios, Hector 84, 119
Roach, Charles 108
Roach, Gary 108
Roach, Trippy 57, 62, 65, 67, 122,
Roane, Joseph Franklin 108
Roane, Paul Michael 148
Roberts, John Goode 36, 108
Roberts, Jerry Wayne 108
Roberts, Ronald Lester 148
Robertson, Brenda 108
School Board 13
Science Club 20
Science Department 21
Scott, Douglass Wells 119
Scott, Gloria Jean 128
Scott, Johnnie W. 149
Scott, Lin H. 41, 149
Scott, Maria Catherine 32, 53, 60,
65, 66, 68, 69, 131, 149
Scott, Robert Edward 119
Scott Wade William 128
Scottz Willard Lindsey 118, 119
Scruggs, Barbara Ann 108
Scruggs, James E. III 167, 131
Scruggs, Jerry Lee 108
Scruggs, Rebecca Jane 108
Searcey, Charlene Victoria 32, 36,
Searcy, Ronald Wayne 119
Seeley, William John III 108
Seiple, Stephen Paul 119
Self, David M. 50, 66, 149
Shore, Thomas Hayes 32, 67, 128
Shumate, Joyce Ann 150
Siddle, Peggy Ann 128
Siddle, Richard 128
Siddle, Susie 108
Sigmon, Samuel 150
Simmons, Steven George 108
Sims, Leon Thomas 109
Singleton, Linda 22, 60, 65, 69,
Sipe, Geraldine 38, 128
Sizer, Linda Faye 37, 128
Slade, Sandra 109
Slaughter, Sidney Sanford 87, 109
Slayton, Betty Hodnett 54, 80,
Slayton, Johnny Wayne 109, 127
Slayton, Lloyd Everette Jr. 120
Slayton, Thomas Carr 94, 112
Sloas, Lenora Diane 80, 120
Slone, Clifford Wayne 120
Smart, Joan 120
Smart, Richard 109
Smiley, Benny Jesse 109
Smiley, Keith 120
Smith, Becky 109
Smith, Brenda Carolyn 120
Smith, Cora Ann 55, 60, 69, 151
Smith, Dania Hanes 109
Smith, David Miles 109
Smith, Ellen 40, 151
Smith, Essie 20
Smith, George H. Jr. 39, 92, 98
Smith, Harold 120
Smith, Harry Phillip 87, 109
Smith, Jerry Donald 87, 109
Smith, John Dudley, Jr. 109
Smith, Jo Landa 60, 151
Smith, Judith Kay 37, 109
Smith, Larry James 34, 109
Smith, Margaret Anna 61, 120
Smith, Mari Lee 71, 151
Smith, Oscar Dale 84, 128
Smith, Ronald 109
Smith, Ronnie 109
Smith, Ronnie Lee 109
Smith, Stephen Paul 109, 118
Smith, Suzanne Lauray 128
Smith, Suzanne Marie 120
Smith, Thomas Edward 120
Smith, William Richard III 82,
88, 93, 98, 99, 128
Smoot, Rosemary 118, 120
Smoral, Vincent Chester Jr. 87,
Sparks, Carolyn 30, 61, 120
Snead, Barbara Jean 70, 109
Snead, Charlotte Lee 120
Snead, Janet Lynn 30, 33, 35, 45,
50, 51, 53, 66, 70, 151
Snead, Marc Francis 109
Snead, Roderick Earl 34, 109
Snead, Susan Ann 70, 109
Social Studies, 24, 25
Soffriti, James Mason 59, 151
Solomon, Jerry 120
Solomon, Michael Shea 120
Sophomore Y-Teens 61
Soto, Carmen Dianne 70, 120
Sours, Shelby Jane 109
Southard, Roger Thomas 120
Southern, Judith Ellaine 39, 128
Sowers, Beth 37
Soyars, Phillip Wayne 59, 98, 151
Spanish Club 30, 31, 32
Sparks, Burton Thomas 39, 118,
Sparks, Patsy 109
Spencer, Patsy Layne 120
Spessard, John Miller 5, 67, 82,
84, 85, 88, 89, 90, 93, 128
Spicer, Rebecca Oden 37
Stallings, Janice 109
Stallings, Peggy Charlene 120
Stanley, Betty 120
Stanley, Linda Faye 128
Taylor, Robert 84, 120
Taylor, Sandra Frances 109
Taylor, Sanford McRae 39, 120
Taylor, Tommy Frederick 84, 120
Taylor, Valerie Jan 37, 38, 109
Taylor, William Leigh 35, 71, 120
Tea ue, Harry Preston 120
5 5, 64,
Brenda Kay 110
Charles Miller, Jr. 110
Vernon, Gerald Ray 153
Houston Archie 110
Vernon, Sandra Faye 121
Vicks, Bonnie Darlene 29, 30, 54,
Annie Mae 15, 41
Williams? Edward Monroe 154
Williams? Judy 55, 110
Temple, Polly 25
Tennant, Hazel 31
Tennant, Martha Ellen 36, 120
Terry, Cooper 109
Terry, Nancy Lee 40, 152
Terry, Roslyne Kay, 109
Terry, Vir inia Dale 38, 53, 66,
Terry: William Elreese 120
Testerman, Jerry 27, 152
60, 66, 68, 69, 153
Vicks, Larry Wayne 84, 121
Vincent, Joan DuRelle 34, 71, 121,
Vocational Office Training 40
Voges, Toni 110
Waddell, Connie Geraldine 121
Wade, Deanna Lea 121
Wade, Sandra Kaye 121
Wade, William 102, 110
Williams, Kenneth Ray 110
Williams, Larry Wayne 27, 129
Williams, Linda 121
Willeford, Lynn 32, 33, 60, 70,
71, 129, 130
Willis, Carolyn Ruth 110
Willis, David 110
Willis, Doris Elizabeth 154
Willis, Eddie 36, 50, 121
Eugene Michael 154
Willis: Jackie Charlene 110
Willis, Jo Ann 110
Willis, Larry Dean 110
Sheryl Jean 36, 129
Testerman, Patsy 120
Testerman, Roger Dale 109
R. Terrell 131, 151, 167
Stanley, Thelma Francine 109
Stanley, Wilmer Irene 109
Staples, David Milas 120
Stapleton, Paula Kay 120
Thigpen, Dianne Linas 36, 68
Thomas, Kay Frances 17, 152
Thomas, Randy Lee 109
Thomas, Ronald Tanier 109
Thomas, Winston 109
Thomason, Brian LeRoy 27, 152
Thomasson, Douglas 59, 92, 94,
98, 152, 155, 141
Thompson, Cathy Ann 38, 53, 69,
129, 130, 131
Thompson, Christinia LaVerne 36
Thompson, James Carroll 88, 89,
Thompson, John R. 26
Susan Ann 53, 120,
Alan Charles 110
Dennis Charles 121
Garnett H. 38, 153
Jimmie 40, 153
Walker? Joyce 110
Walker, Mary Ellen 38, 121
Walker, Pamela Maxine 37, 110
Walker, Pauletta Sue 129
Ronnie Lee 110
sse Reis 31, 39, 153
Walls, Danny Lee 71, 153
Wallace, Louise P. 28, 29
Gypsy Lou 129
James Wilson 34, 59, 67,
88, 89, 122, 129
Judy Carol 110
Junnie Marion 110
Lucille 33, 66
Ward, Cynthia Shelor 118, 121
Willisi steven Byrd 34, 110
Willis, Thomas Lee 129
Willis, Tondea Kay 121
Penny Dianne 32, 129
Wilmoth, William Elwood 5, 121
Wilson, Barbara 23
Wilszn, Barbara Lee 40, 68, 69,
Wilson, Brenda 110
Wilson, James Swanson 155
Wilson, Jesse Willie Jr 121
Wilson, Lawrence 18, 26, 97
Wilson, Nancy Powers 110
Wilson, Phyllis Loraine 110
Phyllis May 61 110
Wilson, Robert Andrew 121
Wimmer, Brenda Gayle 121
Wingfield, Jo Ann 31, 55, 68,
Statzer, Hilda 151
Stephens, Nathan 84, 86, 120
Stephens, Sandra 151
Stevens, Freddy Millard 109
Stevens, Mary Elizabeth 128
Sticher, Sandra Lee 32, 151
Stilwell, Joseph Hanes 5, 62, 63
Stilwell, Lee 59, 63, 84, 86, 90
St. John, Nan 41
Stone, Walter Jomes 128
Stovall, Beverly Dee 109
Stowe, Thomas Wayne 109
Stowe, Tommy Lee 109
Strader, Betty Lindsay 36, 109
Strader, Janet Allen 68, 120, 111
Strader, Sara Anne 53, 128
Stratton, Martha Eileen 109
Strickler, Frank Wayne 102, 109,
Stryker, Eugene 19, 33, 35, 38, 39
Stryker, Patricia J. 38, 129
Stryker, Samuel Turnbull 34, 109
Student Council Association 62,
Ward ac ueline 121
Wingfield, James Roy 155
Winstead, Beth Lea 31, 61, 121
Thomson, Jack II 32, 39, 53, 127,
Thomson, Richard Stoner 34, 102,
Thornton, Stanford Jackson 152
Todd, Edith Carolyn 127, 129
Todd, Patricia 61, 109
Toler, Brenda Gay 109
Toler, Rebecca Codyne 38, 61,
Tompkins, Angie Mae 118, 120
Tompkins, Florence Ann 38, 120
Touchstone, Eugene Newton 25,
57, 73, 94, 98, 99, 141, 144, 153
Towler, Terry 59, 89, 95, 120
Travis, Sylvia Elaine 109
Trent, Joan Carol 109
Tucker, Thomas Michael 95, 129
Tumlin, Heyward Joseph 121
Turner, Ellen Sue 36, 61, 121
Turner, Frances Carol 38, 121
Turner, Hazel Alma CPennyJ 33,
, J q
Ward, John Eric 110
Ward, Marion 25
usan 61, 102, 110
Ware, Judy Ann 129
Warlick, Peggy 23
Warren, Linda 110
Betty Marie 110
Warren, Bonnie Carol 121
Warren, Page 31
Warren, Sylvia Lee 40, 153
Washburn, Frankie 31, 55, 153
Washburn, John William Jr. 89,
Washington, JoAnn 129
Wilson, Jesse Willie, Jr. 121
Washington, Jo Ann 129
Watkins, Grace Carlton 121
Watkins, Laura Garrett 32, 53,
Watlington, Lois Gail 22, 56, 69,
Gerald Fisher 129
Watson, Martha Ann 121
Watts, Edna M. 23, 54, 55
Swain, Robert Lee Jr. 68, 120
Swann, Annie 15, 26, 68
Swanson, Cabell John 109
Swanson, Harry Kent III 24, 32,
57, 58, 129
Swanson, Suzanne 32, 50, 51, 53,
66, 70, 152
Swem, Linda 152
Swem, Virginia 120
Swift, Adell 129
Talbot, Frank III 13
Talley, Aaron Carrol 68, 120
Margaret 37, 109
Turner, Michael Rickette 121
Turner, Nancy Lavon 109
Turner, Robert 41
Turner, Robert Edward IV 121
Turner, William Lamar Jr. 109
William Milton 121
William Rodney 109
Turpin, Barbara Lynn 129
Turpin, Edwin Ryland 153
Turpin, Larry 129
Melva La Crane 109
Weakley, Mariellen 31
Weaver, Margaret Ann 129
Webb, Nancy Carolyn 40, 154
Webb, Shirley Jean 154
Webber, Carolyn Paulette 129
Weber, Steven Richard 110
Wells, Linda Gail 110
Wells, Patricia Ann 31, 129
Wells, Shirley Ann 40, 129,
Wentz, Cuyler Leonard 129
Wentz, Jayne Agnes 37
Wentz, William Ira 34, 110
Wesley, Patricia Ann 121
Winston, York Edward 53, 55, 95
Wiseman, Jane McFall 20, 30, 32,
55, 127, 129
Wiseman, William Plumer 110
Wofford, Dorothy Eileen 129
Womack, David 87, 102, 110
Wood, Philip 155
Woodall, Robert Minter 110
Wooding, Sydney Smith 84, 86,
Woods, Martha 28, 29
Wooley, Dickie 129
Worley, Elvin Thomas 121
Worley, James Danny 121
Worsham, Celia Wyatt 30, 55,
Worsham, Steve 121
Wright, Richard David 121
Wyatt, Charles Bruce 129
Wyatt, Jerry 27, 67, 71, 155
Wynn, Donald Giles 121
Yancey, Kay Marie 129
Yarborough, Vance Mitchelle 90,
Yates, Carla 70
Yates, Susan Dianne 121
Yeaman, Carolyn Althea 129
Yeaman, David Allen 10
Yeatts, Brenda Faye 129
Yeatts, Carolyn Lee 121
Yeatts, Donald Reeves 59, 155
Yeatts, Eddie Wayne 121
Yeatts, Guy K. 9, 12, 54, 55
Yeatts, Reba Lane 129
Talley, Brenda Kay 38, 120
Talley, Kenneth Ray 68, 89, 90,
Ralph Nelson 121
Tyree, William Norris 121
Tanksley, Edward Dale 27, 152
Tarpley, Sharon Lynne 24, 25, 53
Tate, David Ladd 49, 59, 65, 67,
82, 98, 99, 152
, J Y
Tate, Judith Carolyn 120
Tate, Judy Raye 38, 61, 120
Taylor, Joseph Allen 68, 109
Taylor, LeRoy Jr. 129
Perry Ardean 120
Taylor, Reid Carl 87, 91, 102,
or, Arline Fay 120
Elizabeth Sara 37, 61, 109
Underwood, Richard Dennis 109
Vaden, Patricia Anne 109
Vaden, Sandra Dawn 69, 129
Van Allen, Robert Frederick Jr.
Vanderwerff, William John 87,
Van Hook, Susan Gaye 38
Van Oot, Linda Lee 38, 121
Varsity Band 38, 39
Varsity Cheerleaders 80, 81
Vasold, Robert Andrew 34, 110
Vass, Spencer Reid 121
Vaughn, Brenda DeEtte 38, 39,
White, Harry CPeteJ 129
White, Judith Ann 70, 121
White, Larry 59
White, Margaret Marie 110
White, Stanley Wayne 121, 111
Whitehead, Gay C. 22, 69, 154
Whitehurst, Anne Aurelia 110
Whitfield, Wesley Clarke 68, 154
Whitington, Michael Larry 110
Carol Elizabeth 36, 37,
Young, Frances Elizabeth 129
Young, Ray Wallace 155
Young, Robert Jr. 121
Young, Sara Lou 68, 110
Young, Virginia M. 40, 155
Young, Nannie Sue 68, 121
Sandra Gayle 26
Whitt, Helen Suzanne 121
Whitt, Janice 154
Wittaker, Nancy Joyce 121
Wiggins, Vicki Ann 129
Wilborne, Dennis Wayne 17, 154
Wiles, Nancy Carole 154
Wilkerson, Joan 121
Wilkerson, Vickie 110
Youth for Christ 68
Zahrn, Thomas William 121
Zimmerman, Charles Loos
fRockyJ 59, 67, 84, 110, 121
Zimmerman, Ellen Oxley 25, 30,
32, 57, 66, 129
Zufall, Charles Thomas 34, 110
One Hundred Ninety-One
New Frontiers .
As our minds comtemplate ideas and ideals along
modern highways of thought, we, the youth of today
press ever onward down the paths of time, knowledge,
and labor toward new goals, new sights, and new ex-
periences. Laden with treasured memories of our ex-
periences at George Washington, our minds and hearts
look to the unknown frontiers of an ever better tomorrow.
One H unclred N inety-Two
The CAVALIER Staff acknowledges with gratitude
the invaluable services which the following individuals
and concerns have rendered:
The Register and Bee, Leon Townsend, The Commercial
Appeal, Glen Scarboro, Harry Seeley, the office staff at
G. W., and the Danville Recreation Department.
I w '
Qfl' ,N . . Q., fx
fl 'Nah w fb-5 -as-f'f,'YQ,-fzfn fg.
' s Q ' V99 'fl' 17 'f ,1f.,4
'f f, :wi vi f Q3
' V1 Q "Q X 'f - 4 f X, I-
A li ,H ,nL ',',Af,, .,V,, k!4 .XQif'f7., , .-xg, , I
x 1 07 T
N1 , 'XWWK 7
L ' fg A - N- 11-el f f
www JP, All
41- ' J if X A
.QQ QT ' - K.. X A ., X- X ., , A
15.1 "5 EAI- IX Q A j,., ,,-,J -
'-w, '- I, gf:-1.,- I 4 ' - n - -. ', 1 Q Q , .. A
S , Jfif, ', 5 ' n, if ' V - Q . " fx X , N '
- X, - , +. J - ' -. - ,, . ,fx -1 , 51
f k 1 A - ', ' x, ff ' f f - , -.x if ' f 1 ' W TI
.A ,, L3 A -I NI 7 , , 'lf' D xl x- ,, -,L X, V . ru
f KLA" xx I ' 'V if J ' V .XP F I 7 VM-, I ,XY Q.
, ' -nk.
Vg V- ,f .
X1 fl an
'L f . V v-, v
A Q Q W: yy ,
X, ,, I f N, ,
.f X, . ' I f
KK, ' 3- fe
MAY HX:,, , J
X I AW VA ,X
KN , ,I xfV '
'VX 'VX Q - - ,, , -. .
I . - -f x
4- I W 'X XA
A f , Y
Qafj-4-Rx., N - .
X J 1 X X X
'. U X ,I ,
!"N X. -
f ' , fx fy ,
Q, , , , .,w 'X ' -, ' Y .
'S' 1 X J!
. X' . f' ' k If W 1
X fy '
ff- x 7 X .
y' 1 Qi- xflf' 'XV 6
,Ajx 1, .
. X 1,. L 'X' -
I nl, ,:w, , .- . , I
-fxqiw fb-A, ' , ,ff 5 1 . Q Q , Q
' '-ff,:kEXv V' X U -f in .5 if Tx 4 X
-' , --- 5, X , Y
X xg. "J-- '.-L
QL J, X f 'W ' X
- . AJ
fx K - x ,.
f A-f' K' X 'X N'V f '
. 1,-... A ,"Y
.V 7.113 5, .
. M' . ,
V' I ' , w x ' ' - X f , .
A-, X -L . ,L 1,1 ,I ,gkkvl , -
.If ffl " . ' 1 A ff ,L N
, W X ,Daft Q J I -
'7' A 'X ' 'J 'ft' ' X
' LSI . ,
f , 3 , Y X - ' x
J 1 ,f
. " X x 5 Lx 7 '
, ,x- , ,, 4
s X P 2 ' X
f ff! , x , 5 s v
x X J 7- W X v,: s xr- K
f. AX ,X Q dr' ,X ,V by -,Q ,
-1 '- ,1 , K
I x .. ,
,x 4, X, X N F X
,,fx,-,M X X ,, 'N X
-M X - r Vg
Afdul- 'f ' , 4 f-
- "f tx
3 I F' VX, N . . ,
. VN- ggi' N . , . ,
Q 1- 1 +1 2 XX V, 'X X ' f ' ,.
. J ' ff 'N , ' ' ' ' X'
X 'krff' ' X K, 't' . 7
, 4 1 Y LV' I f , - Q, '
-X ff 1 .l ,
,J ' - " V
v w, ,
I ,A , , . ' 'K' f -- X- '
x . , -xx , f X. . 13 L A,- f ,
yi wx .N V gf -L ,fx - 'V f gl a I4 -1-x.
1 QX ,, WN 'l 3 " ' l A X ' fy,
. Mr-N X , , , f-x M .
X V 2 .' U . .X ' f K
1 , X , , w ' ' ' M. 1' , 1 A' - V f
X , 'ff , A',,k- - ,I J' ri ,
4' f X - 3 7 'f- f V, 1
. ' ' w fx. ' X X -f X' - .f X
S' 3 Y F, K N . , , ,X
- w. 1 jf , ,f v -L- , - -f
- - , ' F ' lf f.-1 V N. ' r
, . , V N - , X
U - ' 'ff "'x'. - A J' X K X
iv p x f I - f ' ' f f x
" 1 - -" 1 1 x 1' '-
XJ , ., wg- , 15 , ,Q 4' f 1 ,
' f ' ' -X ' - -. , I
' X ' 'L' " N. J ilx- 'E Q',i N '
W f N ,V .N - 1 , . f
f ,X ffgg f A f"x ,xx . f-fx J - Q.. XS
-W X.. X, - 1 , ,J .1 A in 1 , ,r K- f ,
' f V 'X T 'm7-Vi 5- ' 'L " ' W'-X J
X f X ,5 X VV if X 'F ,xfff xx' K 4 V xv
, M, ,,:kI Lyiu f Y - k
- fr 'X 1, x X0 wl L- 1 xug, 'l 2F yf' 1 ff "f QM
pr X, I. VQ15, L , -xx X-I Y N , rf' rw , f, X x '
, '-.L Ax . ',,:,.' , - - f
,.. ' N 1' ' 'A J, '
V Z F!! 3 -7 l,A W ,-A- X, If 1 If alklfx x
X ,A - ,Ok A' i 1 1-QM xg? , ,l 7 K X27 Q J
'. ' fl 1 w N f X
f 4 -X 'D 3 x A N '
5 x 1 X W 3
I xx ' XXA , X L K xx,
2' 1 , L
4 iff" - , Q ' 'uk x
' JW ,Axg ' ,V -'
JMX .A iff 'Y ' fi
K A it ., ,ii
fx A 0 ' x . V
X ' V ,
' Q7 1 Qflf L7
. F X X X X
, X fglx,
W' ,-, ,
,f,LX,,. Q .
Q, ' 4,,v I.,-wg rf, t . xiii X I nj
' if ' , ff J L
1 - x .
Vxcfvnl I X 'J
x- x ' ' '-'X
, - f , , ,
K , I ,ind DI! :V , Y
- XY, , .
f , v ,
7 f .., T , , J , f - V
X , x , . 1 -f
, I , f . , ,Q
x X ' ' I
, , x
2 ' Q - X
f ,-, Y x
' N ,ZX K X
f .X ' - f ,xx
f WN --x , 1 , . X l,
L . K Q, f' l
2 x . Ng
x , v v , Flx - x
X , X X if ky' f . V 1 X
f ,f , r ' x 1 J :.f ,. ,
-r K xg A ' V , ,
,xx - X
I , f . ,P Xi I N n
- X , ,Cx L, . - ' r Q" V
D 1 J . . X, '? ,
fx J .xl W, !f7, . ', Y ,N J
N ' 'X , 1 V
' N ,X I fx W '
, , x
-N -1 ,F 'wx ' V- xy LL N s 7 X 4 -K .
X I K i X .Q v Y v I J k
- 1 , ,
- . f g
.4 X pp, Y ,V
, X gif 'X
', f- x Y
vi R Y N, ff . , VM XJ' i I A
- , , 1 f X ,Hx
',, . A 73 ,, fx" ,X
, 1 1 '
x- "5 - , -1' L -
' "shi-'X'-f X' u ' ' . I
- X :,' x f
..X X E .fl
W 1 ,m,,x K , V
51 , ' X. I . :XIV KK ,ll X , n!, Q, T
1 , A x 3, V3 5 xl", ' f
. M ' 1-4 " -Q Q'V' X Z. 414,
Y , x ,K UF , M L Y
,Ye m, 1,5 6 Q, - gy, , , .Nil 0 f ,4 w,, ,
. f ,X , J was A U,
X ff J'-Q X Q if 1. f V ... -A
,A f X --Q N., Q w qi! vu.-L -,,
' 5-w?m ?'s5:L-.4 4' Rig - g,,:1,w,.,g1-w "' ,, , A, , , U
1 ,aPf1ffsS- ' YM' Q f V fy-U1-r N-1- Nz ' feiw-'1ga.1 . --I , -'ff , , X- --L , . , .. ,
if xN'g?f'f- ,Pig -' . V -f+"?,"',: T14 .,gwNE?f"?-K Q' -' '4'1f'fi1v , ',- 'Pu 5 5-J " '53,-1 V12 ,, " 'ff ' 'Q f "113,: "7:"5,g'5."f' X '1 mf"1Ei:?"7 "'1'5' ' 'Jw-' .,
'Lf 5'-J ' KK fs'-552-EQ ivi" ?':?1 I ' iv- g -- -W 'Yr - wayfw v E .Z2wefff.+'?f 413151959 4-
7'-'9Jz4', .'f?Yf ,4'Xr if -GW . fy49,N-f'K"5'?."f1 Nf'1T'f1.fff1-.Q-"f" f flg ,Fwy -4 K' if Q
. ,X zxyiypxk- f ,u V' , -3, r ,, 5. a Q lv- ik, K L M rg?-g My K igijx " A ' ,fj,,:-1, Q'
X4 5, ' 71 k -'- - .. My fix'-r' ' I 75' 'Sf NX J . :f xg x M JI 5,7 - 2. ff
, 1 5 I XX K ' X PQ- xi' 76 V ff xx Nj ,V f, . ,A-0 fx V, ,fa
f X v 5 f C, 4 -Ja' ' A NW f HX 'J Q- '. "VH Q
. - h , . X 1 f , X -.xg 11' xyyx. Xf.. ' -H ,y -Q. . 'F' -
,Q . A ,y'r,.7, , ,xhx-X ' ,j' NV'-, . 1 2, , 'x g? , 'i'
" Q XA . -Q L- 'f ,I 2' - X 'fx' - Kf 3 QT,-5 fi
K f -5 ' 'R f. N497 1 7' ' YY C .QQ 'I V7 -f" - m '- fn' x- '
. ,ff ,. , X 'NJ' 'H-' . T f f M K ' - ' ' f L ' ' ' FK'
kf . my - , 'A "xxx 4 N, , - ' x , ,K . V- x , , ,V f X . ,A
X . f --f" ww' 1 -Q, N " X Y" .-X 3 ' - 'V 'vffi
' 'J 'f ' 4+ ', -I 11, .. 2 f f , , 's
X X 1'-HV ' ' .-' ' 1 1 f ', I X '
K , .I ,, f- j, xx fn , K' X y 4 334,
, 4 TL f-1 xx rw , V , V gi
1. . ' N'1 - - i N- -' , N . ,W - f ,f f x G. , ,lgyj .Q
' I. x X N I ,, -. x ' x X x . X' ,Q QA
N L '- - ' , 1 .- C' ' ' A ' , . 'ff
' X fi '-'f' V ' 'Q 'E ' F N' I + X hd, if ' - ' f
' . X -T ' 3 'X' X 5 ' ,Tv 41 'TX' .'. fx '5-Q' -X ff ' ' 1' 1 1 -"' -'fi If
' , ,, - f X . , x -, 0, . ' .7 -' ' 5
e. "1 ff. - - f 5.0 X f N , V3 A - V,
, X ,A ., ,P ,f fp V - H . - ,- .J , , . .I A xn-
, . ,Y-N 1 M ff f' . ' " , -, ' . 4 ' ,, ' '
A Y y f - - 5 x 1 . 4 4 X 1 -X X 1
,ga J4- K- 4 g 34 A -'xQ A'L'Xf - 5 51-L,4
f p f , ,N . .Lxfyf 'X ff, X Av, 2- .N g - - 1 - x wi:
-. X ,' ,X X ,. . -' , ,VA-1 - K, I K fx: 1, f I , q SX If, , ' YQ
f f . - K - , ' I - ' 1 ' ."- f
f X .' ' 'x T f F. Q1 , xg - K vf ' 11 XA ., X, V rv ,, I X, W k, f Qjwgi
.X 1, V .f- -. K ,v,-, 4 A 5 yn I . XR 4 , , gf Qi. ,, ,. -, ,,
V "' .,' v J 'sf A X xk Xu ' NH 5 X 4' fx,
, . Y X . .
, , . . MQ QNX Ov bf U ck
' y-X kN 7' , P K I . ' n V' A X 5
, , , , y ,Y , , X . , I 7, N
. ' FLQ . K 'f .- f -X 1 1 l I
L f- bf ,Q Q gf X, ' VECB-Zz'
1 f - -v ' ' . . ' , q . ' ff j
' X Y . T 5 Lg -4 f , X f X , 'f at f
f x Q , . -:af ,g60-fV- ,
X -' ', Aim., , 1 x 7' ' X - ,.
'-1,, Q X x -' ' - ,X-.
, x V . V. W, ix N-x ' ,, Y ,V ' X 3 xx N!31f.ygf
' 1 l . X' J Q, X , 'J f 2 F WZ!
' 4 X P - A, P fx 1 - ', A ,, ,, .f L Y ' ,aff-.
. 1 xi 7 if f Mil" fr, -XI ,N ' ,Jf, xv 1' X g 1xf-,Q
, ,, , - - X - X - .. 4
1 1 . l 1 XV V X XJ - 1 X. . I, mf 2 N If
X f- - A E ' - . W- x V x M Si - 3 fi' L 'AS'
1 . ' X A ' V- , V X A A cv .
xi ' , gf f" ' ' ' , 1 J fr'
I. ' Lax, ' A ,MNVST if QQ X , KJ , ff" i,."g5!H
,F - ki lx X f K .. K fx .X ,ju f f ij, in --- ,yy X,
N A 5 f , 'G' A v N ' , 5' ,-- 1 4- " - K , . ' ,,-:W
x A - W' XS X - . ,' -- I-4, . 4 ' f
, . ,, l, ., , . x 4 K , 3 x A . . A
b N, ' ,T J . - , wx QA x I ,
ZX f . " 'LX -- X N X ' ' 12 ' " , -4 ,X 'g'
Y' 1 1 .' ' .' 1 1 L T' 5 - ' W
V , I- A 4 Xx ,f , - 5 , 7 X -3' - X X Y Pg J ,Ig fffzzr
, ,A X X , LA, ,, , WX, , I , ,, , 1 7,
' --'gf' 4 ' wwf' ' I H, 1 -'WQTY , -f y wi' 2:4
' " J .' X x- A ' f ' 1 Af - f P-f f 51 ff X
f Q A ,, - A 1, W x , X , r A -V ,. .
,X a , V f X -vf 1 A x
' f ' 'X' - X K ' . ' K 'T Q- ' V X- 1- .' ' ' 72! ' - - - 555'
' f 5 , ff. ' V?U7z:f5k x X . ' .fx f-' Nr '- F Xi.-
: X, x , f- , - 7.22.1 - ' - F' N " ,f f ' . 'N 'f U yff. ", 'Y'
, . , I , -Q 1 P -fwfi-' , fy 'R 4, - -' , gfx N - gl' x. gg,
. , f ,, K, 1 ' ,, f - A- K 1 ,L X ,, 2 3
- N X f --F 'ff if . fl 'VTX ' N vx ff' -
A , ' - 1-' 1 ' - f . f - ' 4 XA
-A 1 1' W R-CJ, - X. A fffffxx 3 v pl j - DC J A ., 6 X if Q , -Nw , , wt- ,i Z,
' ' Q- Q f' - 7 sif'-L 4. A C , f Ivy' " Q '-K! .X , 5 .
Vf - x 4-L x I , '- xf 'I V 5 , , X 1 ff, -'S ,
gn -hyzjt' I7 K 1:15. V ,YM N S. Q" fx ff V . X x 5, .
. ,- 7 . x - -, X -' f N ' 4,--1
" T - 'X 1 , X P, ,. 4 ,Sex , if W X MXMQT ygb- jj -423-f
X 4 1 I A xix ' 1,5 , 1 .-. N xffvk , K N " f , "F
v-. f - A X f 1 ' f , X 4- '-
. , . 1 5 yf, X 1, X V 1 , r 4 gf-
' ' L' . . M . . ff' F 3 Y ' X f 44 rf Q N XA, 3'2"
A 4 K X. , , ' fx , ' I , , ' '-Q K- 1' :fi Y
, ' ' e. 1 V, 4 - x fn -, 1 , ' VV.-, , X .x-1,
'X x X Q v I ,xxx ,,' V X . , , - 'K X! x A - 1 2. ,gf
fi, V F 17 . ., i i Lf K A I X N , i ! V :xi if
, N ,, 1, A 5 5 jjriif' V , L .1-f' ,- .tif A gr-
- - - -. x- Y, : .J I ' W w - - "fn
- 'Q J 4 . -- , 2 T ' . X W N: ' -f ff '.
i X 5 x X , A fr! . F 1 .gl , V , V 1:7 5
. X 0 'K 'V , M L - . .X K ' 'X ,xgf . ,fx ' 31
f Y 1 ' X' 9 f X 'lk' V ug L, f Y' f- 7 ' " V4 "iff
lk, J 9 I , s R. -L yi , n I1 X 31,51 K fy 1 If I 5- rcfy.: il - f, .N E, QVJK-pfifar
1 ' , 'I ,X , X P ' f' , 'N px ' ' kj A 5 I f",',-Q,'.fy
' yy ,
,, - 5 '- , ' " xg " , - 6 1 X s 5 U i K 7 f , TG. .4 1:
- . X , . . j X f X- J, - M f ,. Wx, - F
V x - .1 V - X '-,- .,1n
5 'X ' ,N f. ' V -' MX? XA' 'I X f.: wx
X f , . 7 A 1 f ' 4 1 , . f- ' Y' -.
, --,F i., 5, ,X , ,Q Y JN, ,, Q,
x 3 V' L f ' X f " - x 4 ,, ' ' f 5' ' X ' :X K
- -, N, ,xx E X' - f wf X 4? ,,f
" X nv f ' A ' x , ,Nw j."g-!!".J '1 -
V X 1 X k ' ' ' 4 ' J 1 V , " L x , f ' f
,w , ,K ' - x ' ' vf V X ff
l4, . 1 J -Kkyfly 4 as - X A X V l gk! frfrx I , 5 g X ft -X fxvlilvviij
X L ' p X . X X I L" K' ' ' N A' J l
V x X , V , , xt X 3 - 1, Y , fx- x 5 in -5
, X , - . , K . X N,
, , -x - 1 fy .- - f , , - , -,
, - " AH ' - ' K . ' 1 ' 4-'M'-4.12
VL '- ' f ,T ' - f ,' 'XV , ' ' ' X .I , V X Q 3-an
- , M , . f' yf A ', V f - 3 f, , ., v . N- 1,g:
w ' IQVA N ' ' ' ,I ' f ,' , , . X 'fxll jk Q. X-3 -., ,Q
A, , M ,F V ,, V x M --- , X K, - , f, X -,, .l I
Aw- . . O1 M. f V , 1 ,, fa, A YM
I., U, 'V W 1 ,I kkf, , fmx, x ',,f -
i 1 V i 1 Vw J ,A I Z H ,. 1 11.4 XZ x W X -1 X' xx I J fx t , i ,f K T- 7 X' Mi, .
I f f - - ' f 9 x X ., Q ,, - f
V - ' . . 1- , , ,f ,, ,, , ,K
- f f W 4 4
f I fx - ' 4 N Q , ink L N Q ,V ,jxfx !f'K'f-'R
V sl . .. fy! -f E N , , ix ,i ' xr X f rr x - U ., XJ I 4 H.
, 6' , ' - 'x 'w , , A 'Q ,' Rx . ,ff ' X x I ' ' -3134 1-,
, Q ' 'N V" , I .f .X X X- f Y. A ITV -A if N
in . .,Xx 7 Q , Y AJ X, JV, f EFX X H fr Aix f
xx, A , , X5 . I A X, ff f f- 4, ,J ,rem
,-- M 4 X , U F' f X J V " 'J . D. X - f -
QT7 ' x " ' ' - X1 xx ' , I 'Q L - f' , 'Li fl .
, I, ., X , 1 A , 5 W .
,N 4 , .7 , X ,H
. K Q , , x ix ,, Q . X N, , A X uf
5 - A V f f f . x X w ' , ., if
f ' , . 'X ' x f - v V Y f T H X , .4 1 -v
,. 'ff , 5 ' ' ' ,M , ' D A X- . f
- ,.,, I f X X x M, , M . .J A 174-,Af
.f V .- , - . V . X V, X, In M,
. V X x I N - Q x xi X , ,. V W ,ix
- hf'xi':V B, V ' X -' kx,i173f , XA K4 Aff! -
,f ,f, . L .J I -1. Q X ha.:
Q M fn' lf ff Y. , -, Q F N! X X xx 'N 3 - If ,, .iN K xr ax' -fu:-7'-
X, , 4 , A X, X ,W X, I, If Q y - I, X .N 5
- f ' V Q f 4-1 ' X fy .A - X if f' 'fx X 4 y x -1, in ' ,xv 1 ,
' ' ' X 7' , K V A - ' 'f,-- ' W7 V A " ', A ' -
xg . f I X ff , , , ,. - -1, ' - , ' ' N 3
W 4' ' ' XX' K , ' l ' fA 4 lf V ff-f "IU -X - X x Vf ' "A ' wwf If 7 AJ x if
F . H - f , ,. ,. . ,
. 'ff - K J f s I X FX - XV' ff ' jx , N 4 " KY- 'Jf 1 ' - I' C 3- Y for
X ' Q' f ' 1' - , ' ' K 1 V V , ' , -f b
.11 , 9' f ,K -X AX. H , -' X-4 j-', X?-A , f2 'J' V' iv - ,.,a
- Y xx ,J N 1 ' I 1 - X: ' X 5 ., x R jx, , , . x- ., 3 -1 W., ,
, , .C A k. C, 4 , "J . H' 'X ' ' 1 If 'xv I . t . x X 4' 'JF ff'
' 4 ' . - 4-"' ,,, V , ,. L, J- 1 Fx' - , fi.x- if' f 1 K Q ' 1-4 pw- xf
X". . ' 53 . 'W' . ff kv- . ' " 1 ll " -.fk r P XIV' . 5 Kg 5? ' RT? ..f X L1--""7 ' Q' Q'I:57f'
'yi ' ' QW ,Q . -INF-7 ig -g. p.f,,3f1f1 . Z1 N f, - K I if Q4
NRS: ,J Ju , f -"Q-L' 4, g , ' i N ' ,., f f" J '..,-PM ' Vx LQ-' 'A' .El .Q PT" N , f ,f ,- 'WE
' - fn - Xf -' N V, .Wm 1 534441 3 Sf f' ' fy ff, ,,11- -J . ' L' : '-, . ' Lf
' A - ,. l l, ' E., 'L if - LV 'X sf'-iff
21431 M.. ,??r1a.:J.n
4.,,f,,Q-n,:w....nk.m. '--X W ' G - ' 4- K 'I -'H w y V , f-,g Mm ,wk 4, ,A 1 , , ,
Suggestions in the George Washington High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Danville, VA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.