George Washington High School - Compass Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)

 - Class of 1942

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'21 N V gn tnese Jays when tlzere is fittfe alemocracg in the world we of america slzoulal realize our privileges here. cglze stucfents of Qeorge washington know tlzat tlze citizens of our country must oe stronger toclay tnan ever oefore. Qur few snort gears at our Mgt School have tezpte greatly in preparing us for the responsiofe 41 .JJ positions we must soon hola! some of the future printers, mechanics, and engineers of the funited, 'States wil! rememher anci he thanhfuifor the shop ciasses at Qeorge uyashington which gave them their first training. we hope that as the 1942 Compass is reacf it wifi help to arouse the patriotism CONTENTS Cgaacuitg anal administration Giasses activities of ai! who reaci it. If-f. - E . i n 3, ,, 11 Y. i, ,. 4, E Aga., Y i ix "I-' I iff."-'.,.,b,. V x XXX- i i E W i ,, L F i , D rim. 3 'W X v., - , . 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Newmark, Miss Clare Miller. 1 :F Hz j93'k!r.g T LIBRAR1 AN Miss Blanche Helm .uf --F usvam -, K T 1 s I l m HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT Left to Right: Miss Elizabeth L. M of Department. , Left to Miss oss, Mrs. Mary A. Parker, Head Miss Prudence Searle, Mr. W. J. Hillman, Mr. A. of Departmentg Miss Mary E. Fogel. UWM. ..,,-,a,...::-., ,. - ,, in L M QF , B.. .,. ..n.ai.. " "'J"'uf 'i' Sf- I , -Q J' A' . -M R ,. , ,114 . , , ,f -. Mrs. Norment Alden, Commercial Departmentg Mrs. Ruth Elgin, Social Studiesg Mrs. Kathleen Wilson Distributive Trades. fAbsenr when department pictures were takenj SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Luft to Right: Mrs. Marion Parker, Miss Grace Patch, Miss Harriet McClean, Miss Dolly Callahan, Head of Department, Mrs. Eleanor Budge, Mr. R. W. Garner. PROFESSOR OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS Captain F. 1. Cunningham I - 4- -,Lv J .. " ' A HQ., "fu v l D 1, 3 ,D . , E ,. . INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Left to Right: Mr. Nelson W. Coe, Mr. B. A. Dorsey, Mr. C. j. Brown, Mr. Theodore K. Compton, Miss Bertha Noble, Mr. John Lar- sen, Head of Departmentg Mr. Hensel M. Miller, Mr. Alan L. Beamer. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Left to Right: Mrs. Frances Martin, Mr. Head of Department. Albert Doran, 2- Wy :QE . ,J ' ucvzm P-1-'jf f .Q7f'fi,lJL "Ki: 'Y I4 I iii Mrs. Alma P. Bryan, Secretary to the Principal. This is the epoch in which another Douglas M acA rthur or Colin Kelly may be born. They, as well as everyday men like Tom Jones and John Smith who play a large part in defending our country, come from just such classes as these. Mathematics, English, science, art, and shop work help them to prepare for the job they will be called on to do, upholding the flag and its tradition. The defense of our country has become so essential that George Washington class- rooms- are being held open at night to train workers for 'vital positions. Unquestionably, the contribution of G. W.'s classes to the United States is greater than ever before. 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BOWLING Susie SECRETARIAL DOUGLAS Doug GENERAL CLARK BRUFFY DOROTHY MAE BRYANT Dot GEN ERAI. MADOLYN ELIZABETH CORNELL Madolyn GENERAL JOHN WESLEY CRUMP jack SCIENCE HARVEY GRLANDO DANIELS Clvink GENERAL CLARA MAE DUNCAN Clara Mae SECRETARIAL '- fx r 0' JN El ROLAND BUCHANAN Bluck SECRETARIAI. MILDRED LUCILLE CARTER Millie SECRETARIAL MARSHALL FUNKHOUSER F unk GENERAL WILLIAM GAINES Shorty BOOKKEEPING ff' W , W- X 1 - m-,ff X F 7 N . ' A ' 'ffm :tk .1 .' 1 .QQ 47. . my-2 J QL . ., , -, .. , 5521.5 W ,I .-'?::F'1, K -- -M1142 ,ip X E54 I -.' v' fi-fffgxv J I ,,f1,. 'g.' . hr 1, V4 :: 5, ,f - 'n 2 E .-ALE.. . .A , ..., DAVID Goonmcx-1 Dave GENERAL ELIZABETH ELLEN GUISEPPE Elizabeth SECRETARIAL MADELEINE JUNE I-IAUGH june GENERAL JAMES HIGGINS fimmie BOOKKEEPING GEORGE RODNEY -IENNINGS Rod ARTS WILLIAM GLENN LOGAN Bill GENERAL , , JI , Iam S, I , .,.-lg..-Y , , DAVID LEE HORTON David GENERAL MARGARET CHRISTINE HUDSON Christine ' ARTS ia X . . E3 , ,vbv -. Bi 3' A O' 24 CLIFFORD LELAND LOWE immy HCTFNERAL ' .Li RJ X Y FRANK EDWARD LUCAS Q Frank A 5 Q QGENERAL ' 'mtks SARAH ELIZABETH MARTIN Betty GENERAL GLADYS JEANETTE MERCER Gladys SECRETARIAL HELEN ELISE MORRIS Helen SECRETARIAL HAMM MOY Hamm SCIENCE :A v' Ag. JUNE MILLS I une GENERAL HARRY HILTON MORRIS Guns GENERAL A I If DANIEL O,FLAI-IERTY Danny ARTS MARION MADELINE PARK Marion SECRETARIAL 26 -Il MARIE MCDONALD IMarie 'GENERAL CLARENCE MILBURN McINTosI-I Mac GENERAL DUNCAN NORTON Duncan GENERAL ELIZABETH MARIE O,BRlEN Betty GENERAL X HOWARD WHITE PAYNE Howard SCIENCE WILLIAM ANDERSON PAYNE Billy GENERAL HELEN I-IEISI-I LEY PETERSON Helen ARTS RAY PEVERELI. Slieelie GENERAL 4 4 l II 'M Iv- L E2 - ' if 5-,, ,JZ E ., - '51 13-fn - I:5?L. , ,Jw I iffy 41 A E I 1 I I . HANNAI-I VIRGINIA PULMAN Hannah GENERAL DONALD Don GENERAL EUGENE REECE I V JOHN EDWARD REID Jolm GENERAL CLARA ROBINSON Clara SECRETA RIAL .,. , 1 A . I I I YT " 'ff ' V "5:?YT!'17 ix- f ' 'I-,pg 5 -4 3521 .fl LI MARJORIE ANN SALOMONSON Margie ARTS WILLIAM RAPHAEL SCI-ILAG Billy GENERAL DOROTHY ESTELLE SCHACKLETT Dottie GENERAL JOHN WESLEY SI-IELTON johnny GENERAL I1 I P I 4 DAVID OLIVER SULLIVAN David GENERAL JAMES BENNETT SULT Salty GENERAL EDITH SWEATT Edith GENERAL VIRGINIA EDNA TAYLOR Gin ARTS MARIAN SMITH Smitty GENERAL MARTHA LOUISE SOLOMAN Martha Lou SECRETARIAL . .ff ,V1-w..-- EL ,W ., Lv., ,. LVL Y Lax.: DORIS TODD Doris ARTS ANNE ELIZABETH TOWSEY Anne SECRETARIAL MYRTLE WILLETT M yrt GENERAL ALTA CHARLOTTE WILLIAMSON Alta SECRETARIAL E ROBERT THOMAS Bob BOOKKEEPING JAMES TINDELL jimmy SCIENCE I J I - 4.5 1' Y 1 14 - ODIS WILSON Od ie SECRETARIAL PAULINE Polly GENERAL RYDER WOOD R i 1 .,fv,- ., - 1. P' ,I 4. L .5 vl- R . ' . l mf. Ak.. .,x,x ' 'gsfffff I AZKX-LL .43 fi 4 MARGARET LOUISE YATES Margaret SECRETARIAL DAVID ALBRIGHT David GENERAL RUTH CONSTANCE ALLEY Connie SECRETARIAL MIRIAM WESTMORELAND ANDERSON Piggy GENERAL 1 a , 3 .r ROBERT ATHEY Bob SCIENCE ALFRED ATTILIIS Alfred GENERAL JOANNE ARMSTRONG joey ARTS WALTER PERRY ASTRYKE Perry SECRETARIAL 3335 ,1. ADPIENNE LILLIAN BARRY Adrienne ' 9 AAILAXR .fzfxA,c,f,Qf1ff. -MM JV' ' EX.-M-ffL2f1fL .greg-fvvhg' TJ-mfg A7,m,1,, DAVID MORSE BARRY " v4 K David ,QVVWA BM' SCIENCE ARTS , MARY CATHERINE BECKER M ary SECRETARIAL JACQUELINE ANNE BEERMAN Jackie GENERAL M 1 HELEN JEANNE BLAYLOCK feanne SECRETARIAL As:-:BY WILLIAM BLOXTON Gabby SCIENCE fs I+ 1 4 ' x LAWRENCE CLAYTON BIBB Ad BOOKKEEPING Donor:-nf DECIMA BLACK Dorrie SECRETARIAL 33 I , 1 B ARA HELENfBoW N Obzyfexv ' , - x,,f' ALBERTA MARGARET BRIGGS Berdie GENERAL MARIE BLUE Q Marie ' ARTS ANTHONY GERALD BOCCHINO Tony GENERAL THELMA LEE BOLAND Thelma SECRETARIAL FRANCES Bourwooo France: SECRETARIAL . ivy? mf? CARL ERVIN BROOKS Carl GENERAL JAMES I-I. BRYANT, JR. jimmy sc1ENcE HELEN JOAN BUSH Busby 6 ARTS ,941 . DOROTHY BUTLER Dotty SECRETARIAL l, . .a. .ww 35 , - 'mi- ELLA FRANCES BUTLER Ella SECRETARIAL WILLIAM A. 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JAMES WILLIAM FOSTER Jimmie GENERAL MELVIN FOSTER M ick GENERAL 'v.n -5 DOUGLAS FEAGANS Doug GENERAL EVELYN ALDINE FITTON E ve GENERAL Jw? A--A-f'72D Dorus FRENCH Doris SCIENCE MARGARET FULTON Margie SECRETARIAL 'I JEAN GILES jean SCIENCE MERYLEE MILDRED GILFILLAN Meryl SECRETARIAL as ,ii GENEVIEVE ELIZABETH GORHAM jenny SECRETARIAL ROBERT ANDERSON GRALTON . Bobby SCIENCE f A . 1 .J ALT!-IEA GILLUM Al SECRETARIAL MARGARET JEAN jean GENERAL T. 1' ' CHARLES ARTHUR GRIMES Charles GENERAL JAMES I i m ARTS DELANEY HALL NORBERT RYDER GRAUMANN Norbert BOOKKEEPING JOHN ADAMS GRAvEs Hack SCIENCE CAROLYN EsMoND GREEN Carolyn ARTS MILDRED DALLAS GRIGSBY Mildred GENERAL MITCHELL HANCOCK M ike GENERAL VIRGINIA HARTNEEL Suzie ARTS ALICE HASENBUHLER Alice SECRETARIAL CLAUDE LEON I-IAYNES, Claude GENERAL , 5' 'fi-v V 'Q--A 'Q . 'Ei' ,ALA stmuwm .SMILE ' NPA:-f-L Ulf'-KJ-'L f - N FRANCIS Orro HEWITT Hewitt GENERAL JEANNETTE feannette SECRETARIAL HILLYER I JANET LOUISE HOPE janet SECRETARIAL JOANNE ELLEN HOPE Joanne GENERAL I , L V. V.Y. .I -, -..wld-T?.i,!i-5 ggqwm--91 I E, If If, "I MARJORIE AGNES HOFFMAN Margie SECRETARIAL WILLIAM HOOVLER Bill SCIENCE MARY LOUISE HOPKE Mdfy H ARTS ,'i"'f. 5' j - Lf. fl! JANE NINGTON HULEISH L fanexal XX QV' ,LJ ff 'yy wkrs I J ,K ' xi f I I . , FX 'Vg DOROTHY I-IUNGERFORD - Dot GENERAL I 1 THELMARIE I-IURD 2 Texas GENERAL X, 41 , JEAN JENNINGS jean GENERAL RANDOLPH JESTER Randy GENERAL IZETTA L. JOHNSON I zetta GENERAL 1 I J LEWIS JONES Lew GENERAL 45 1 DANIEL KENDRICK Dan GENERAL DOROTHY KENDRICK Dorothy GENERAL KARL KENNETH KENDRICK Karl GENERAL LLEWELLYN KENDRICK Lue GENERAL 3 3 EUGENE JOYNER Jeep SCIENCE LORRAINE KAPPEL Lorry GENERAL i M'ARTI-IA EDWIN KING Dimples GENERAL KARL KLINGER x. Karl GENERAL Db W 1 -Glwf' , 'U' 9, I . 'J W ' . I W . X .-JI.-1 1-4,1 lr. vp. ,- , 'lf Q , .. -, -. . i I -1. I -I: AJAX. l f Eflwi 47 WILLIAM EDWARD KRAMER Billy ARTS LOIS-JUNE KORBE Lois- I une SECRETARIAL SHIRLEY LEI-IMAN . Slvor Q GENERAL ffl J FANNIE NEIVES LEWIS Fannie GENERAL 'laik I 0-1 SYLVIA ALEASE MAHONEYX A lease SECRETARIAL LLEWELL Lukey GENERAL .5 1 1 if w MQW Ny KE! YN MANKIN JACK EDWIN LOCKHART Jack GENERAL HAZEL LOUISE LYONS Louise SECRETARIAL NANCY LEE MANKIN Nancy GENERAL RICHARD Rickard sc1ENcE C. MARSHALL ,L V , Elf.-5 - '.'f,E!. 1' .' -5-1 ,Lug J- 1 E E , . 'Q7'Qv 1 ,VJYIVV 1 M V XL, Y I D ' ,ff .rf-195 U x , U, Lf I lyk! ' fb I ."' 1' EDDIE MASON 'NX' LZ Eddie ARTS GERTRUDE MASSEY Geftrude 35? W Q ERAL S6 ,Q W MARTHA GERTRUDE MERCHANT M artba GENERAL DOUGLA Doug GENERAL s MITCHELL . R Bobby GENERAL SHIRLEY Slairl GENERAL ,I 4 -Q 1 :Yi 3 . ij Y Q . W QW in 49 BARBARA MEADOR RUTH MERCER XR , Q diff 45 MARLAN A. MORGAN Kitty GENERAL MARGIE MORRIS Margie GENERAL MARGARET MOLTON Shortie SEGRETARIAL DONALD TANNER MOORE Donnie sc1ENcE LEO ELIZABETH MOORE Lee GENERAL ROBERT LEE MORAN Bob GENERAL SAMUEL BROWN MORRIS Sam GENERAL HOWARD H. MULLINS Moon GENERAL HERBERT LESLIE MUNDAY Herb ARTS MATTHEW HENRY MACMORLAND Matt ARTS ROBERT MAURICE MCCLOSKEY Bob BOOKKEEPING ETTA GERTRUDE MCDONALD Blondie GENERAL ul. .-,, gf--- ,. NANCY MCFADDEN Boney SECRETARIA I.. FRED LANE MCGIFFIN Mike SCIENCE LEAN. , LM Liza if-ff T' X A. H VUQ A T Giw xx . 4442? 'sf-H1 JIMMIE AMBROSE NEALIS A Pigmy GENERAL JOAN N EWCOME fody U GENERAL ' i DOROTHY ANN NOONAN Dotty GENERAL TTY JANE NORRIS SECRETARIAL 52 jf 'Cr "fa J fr LYDIA N ORTHROP Libby I GENERAL PATRICIA RUTH PARK Pat ARTS I I'-'X IIA . nr ,NJA-jx v 'N' up -J' " 1 ' UV .I I ,W Mf It JJ J ,,: .gLf fV b 1,1 I ,UMW , lc W ,WW f' A , ABL EUNICE RAY PENN Dinkey SECRETARIAL KATHLEEN ESTELLE PEVERILL Kaclzy SECRETARIAL THOMAS RICHARD PHILLIPS To mm y ARTS COURTENAY MORRIS PLASKITT Courtenay ARTS 'DEQ .J - .mm-f. R -, ' - ', T FL' -11' I WESLEY REECE Wefley GENERAL ELIZABETH ANNE REED Betty ARTS GERALDINE ELIZABETH REID jerry GENERAL PHIL KEY REILY Buddy SCIENCE EVELYN POSEY E 'vel yn SECRETARIAL JEAN RAPER Butterbean GENERAL I MM ,, M Vkjsj. M f,,. -Lq! H E T LEE EYNOLD - X 'RNLJ AO 'X' L 0411.5 'LU DV ,L J Vw JANE LOUISE RIVES jane ARTS QW 01 my U , W 'isa N ANCYE-DEAN ROBERTS N ancye GENERAL JOYCE ALETHA ROLLINS Joyce SECRETARIAL 3 1 ' T f A DOROTHY ALLEN ROSENBERGER Dot ARTS THOMAS DANIEL Row Tommy GENERAL 55 JOHN HUBERT RUSSELL Hubert BOOKKEEPING MARY SANBORN Yankee GENERAL , w , DOROTHY LEE RoxBY Roxby . ARTS RALPH HOWARD RUBEN Ralph ARTS PATRICIA SARLE Patty 'R ARTS BMS! if if C93 A I A ' DOUGLAS 'ELLIOTT ScHooLE 'H Doug - ' ARTS ROBERT GODFREY SELLERS Bob GENERAL SUZANNE SELLERS Dice ARTS JAMES SIMPSON Jimmie SCIENCE CONSTANCE SMALL Connie ARTS ' R fig ,ul . ROBERT MCFARLAND Slmmie GENERAL HELEN BERNIC Helen ARTS 'Dr- CECIL CAYLOR SPAULDING Cecil ARTS NOBLE STEWART Knobby GENERAL I 58 INEz ADELAIDE SMITH Smitty SEJCRETARIAL JAMES A. W. SMITH Iimmy ROBERT LEE SMITH Smitty ARTS W ,E '14 BRL 'I I. 1 A 1 ROBERT MOOOY SNAPP Snapper GENERAL WW! E? Aj A - HELEN STOUFFER .v I 'I 'ag' Snuffy I GENERAL X , , - 1 I t. 23 :3 I . I ' vi I HUGH ALFRED SUTHERLAND I' . Hugh '- A GENERAL f 'I7'I1rfL . 5 3 . 1 ,- RICHARD TALBOTT Dick ARTS A WW! SIMEON PIPKIN TAYLOR, III S im SCIENCE R, T 7 AMY f. 535, Jlbgge - 1 "TW , ff f ,fl 1 Iir-'I '- 71 51 4 Helen ARTS LUTHE Buddy ARTS HELEN CLINE THOMAS R AUSTIN THOMAS, JR 4 VIRGINIA LOUISE THOMPSON Gin SEGRETARIAL BARBARA TURNER Bobbie GENERAL -.Rf v'1'.':4. :I ,I , 2 M: ., I,I,. ,1 5453 ' ELLALEE FAIRFAX DAVIS VINCENT Ellalee ARTS DAVID EUGENE WALKER David aww '- GENERAL E9 Mfxfbfli- DOROTI-IY MAY WATSON Dot GENERAL JOI-IN ROBERT WATSON jack SCIENCE ' ELAINE P1-:YLL1s WEIL Elaine ARTS DoUGLAs CHARLES WELCH Doug ' GENERAL MARY Lou WERNER Ludy ARTS BENJAMIN WEST Ben GENERAL BERTHA M. WEAVER Bertha GENERAL FRANK WEBB II Buddy GENERAL aff WW ff A ri. KAROLINE WICKER Karoline SECRETARIAL WILLIAM Amour WICKER Billy SCIENCE J Ei, A T, . bf CR -9,6 Q ' BETTY LEE ILBURN Betty SECRETARIAL ELEANOR JEAN VVILSON jean ARTS MILBURN LEE WINGATE Mildred GENERAL JOYCE Wooo Joyce ARTS Sept. Sept. Oct. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Mar. Apr. Apr. May Apr. May June June june June June MARIE Wooo I A Toni GENERAL GWENDOLYN ANN ZIEGLER G Wen SECRETARIAL 5.1.0.1 Calendar ' 4-The portals of RG. W." open after a wonderful summer vacation. 19-"G. W.'s" football season opens with a 31-0 victory over Fredricksburg. 10-Seniors snatch honors by giving first dance of the year. 19--Victory bonfire held in spite of "W. 66 L.'s" attempt to destroy it. 20-"W. 86 L."-MG. W." game-19-19. We ofer no excuses. 5-Group of "smarties" go to Pan-American Conference at the Raleigh Hotel. 5-School is represented at Debate Conference at George Washington University by the Debate Club. 5-Fun and food for all! Pep Club Banquet, and dance afterwards in the Gym. 12 66 13-Three one-act plays presented by Dramatic Club. 18 GL 19-Dickens' "Christmas Carol" is enjoyed by all and sets us in the spirit for the glorious holidays to follow. 5-School begins for the Hrst time in the new year. 9-Underclasses have to undergo the heclcling of the seniors on "Senior Day." 19-20-Review, review, and more review for the coming tedious days. 21-23-Those trying exams! 23-Weeping, etc., from February class at "Class Night." 26-Fun for all at Mid-Year Prom! 27-Some in triumph, some in sadness, out they go to other classes. 9-School dismissed at 2:30 for trial air raid. 27-Mess jackets sported by Cadets at Cadet Hop. 20-Bernhardts and Evanses make their debut in "Stage Door." 6-Beautiful girls in gay pastels at the Easter Bunny Ball. 10-Many lovely voices are heard at "G. W." in the operetta. 15-The Cadets and Band win honors at Competitive Drill with RW. 66 L." 23, 24-Glee Clubs and Band attend Musical Festival at Richmond. 8, 9-Much praise given to contestants for honors received at Inter-Scholastic Contests in Charlottesville. 3-5-Exams-last for some, perhaps! 5-Seniors laugh at and with fellow seniors at their last meeting together in "Class Night." 7-This Sunday evening the seniors listen quietly and thoughtfully to the baccalaureate sermon. 8-Many sighs are heard at this last dance-the Senior Prom. 10-We enter the high school for perhaps the most important event of our lives-our commencement. There is a moment of pride and joy-suddenly, a pang of regret as we gaze at the ribbon-tied scrolls and realize . . . 63 Q 'f'2,h:':L, .Bw .lnfz -Y 1.u,.,1-7 W , Y. , .i+"-q'le1- 1 'f A51 13341 .- VK MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Harriet Hulfish Douglas Schooley .lg A ,, 4 -fem . - - 5.-' 'hz , . .,-'T' 'if' F11 'Q V' LM V: , 2' A- Zi' Q '1 r f 'X JL ' A I . 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Second row: Don Gee, Karen Humphrey, Alice Craig, Jean Myers, Patsy Nicholson, Edgar Sims, Jr. Third row: Miss Margaret Cox, Miss Carmen Andujar, Miss Anne RatcliEe, Jimmy Dodge. President ....... 5 ........., D ,gunior Gfass Qjwcers - HANCOCK Vice-President ......... ......,....................... L EO MCGUIRE Secretary-Treasurer, ........ ............... ...,....... .................,... K A R EN HUMPHREY Sponsor .,... ..................... ................................................................. M I SS CARMEN ANDUJAR Sophonlofe' Glass Qlpgbefs President. A ............... .............,..,......,...,....,,.,....................,................,... .,......, J E AN MYERS Vice-President .......,.......... ......................... J IMMY DODGE Secretary-Treasurer ........, ......,............ ....... ......................,.............,.... A L I CE CRAIG Sponsor ................,... greshman Glass Cqflqcers President ..,.......,,......... . ............................................4...............,..................... EDGAR SIMS, JR. Vice-Preszd ent ..,. ............... Secretary-Treasurer ......... Sponsor ......................... ..........,............DONALD GEE PATSY NICI-IOLSON ........MISS MARGARET COX 67 HOMEROOM 304. Reading left to right:- First row: Mallon, S. Bunt, N. Harrison, B. L. Haugh, B. Strobeclc, R. Springer, E. Purcell. Second row: F. Griffin, Livingston, V. Tucker, M. Miller, L. Howard, A. Kelly, L. Wayland, G. Tuclcer. Third row: L. McGuire, R. Hendrix, S. Graham, M. Carter, Peyton, E. Tindell, H. Fisher. Fourth row: L. Rorer, C. Knight, M. Fagan, L. Swann, K. Humphrey, A. Hughes. Fifth row: R. Walsh, Jenssen, A. Grenadier, C. Sullivan. HOMEROOM 305. Reading left to right:- First row: I. Eckstein, R. Rowland, N .Penn, May, M. Ridings, Bradfield, A. Murray. Second row: B. Green, H. Amorlcy, M. Smith, R. Deavers, M. Carpet, B. Crockett, W. Blackwell, N. Snyder. .Third row: London, M. L. Thomson, S. Ryan, W. Martin, D. L. Butler, M. Savage, R. Weadon. Fourth row: A. Barrett, W. Leef, T. Stewardson, M. K. Edwards, T. Conrath, R. Fleming. Fifth row: K. Shipp, R. Dole, H. Johnson. HOMEROOM 301. Reading left to right:- First row: M. Bagget, N. Davis, M. Jones, P. Parr, D. Jacobs, A. Rhodes, E. Finnell. Second row: C. Madaris, H. Windham, L. L. Potter, L. Feagens, G. Carr, Peyton, E. Schafe, P. Dent. Third row: L. Kolshak, S. Boswell, C. Bowman, H. Chichester, J. Henderson, Miller, H. Guill. Fourth row: W. Mills, L. Schlosser, D. Cormiel, F. Plitt, E. Spittle. Fifth row: Allen, E. Cornell, L. Peabody. HoMERooM soz. Reading left to right:- First row: D. Payne, F. Vozzola, A. Williams, I Finch, M. Jefferes, B. Wishard, J. Alfriend. Sec- ond row: R. Dudley, P. Allard, D. Wood, S. Arm- strong, M. Coffey, L. Feaganes, B. Brady, V. Cap- oraletti. Third row: Richards, W. Clarlc, M Herndon, G. Pace, A. Moss. Fourth row: Clarlc, M. Struder, E. Grauman. HOMEROOM 306 Reading left to ri ht' . g -- First row: W. Rawlings, E. Donahue, R. Newman, M. Greenwood, C. Lynch, F. Rosolf, A. Nicholson I.. Arthur. Second row: N. Haslett, M. Romani C. Sherman, M. McCloskey, Finlcs, M. Crockett M. Skinner, E. Cox, A. Bryan. Third row: W. Bowes, H. Linscott, D. Wilfrey, Saxer, B. Haynes, M. Saum, E. Conrad. Fourth row: L. Marlow, Burroughs, K. Shute, R. Murphy. Fifth row: Gardner, Jameson, N. Rossen. HOMEROOM 307. Reading left to right:- First row: G. Moomaw, S. A. McMullen, Burch, T. Treger, V. Rhine, M. Watson, S. Eastman. Second row: M. Jacobs, G. Grisso, C. Bladen, D. Guiseppe, Hogan, M. Taggart. Third row: D. Payne, R. Downham, B. Brown, Beach, C. Dom- browslcy. Fourth row: N. Peeler, R. Kennedy, C. Andrews, C. Lamb. Fifth row: W. Greaver, A. Glass. 4.11 9 3 RCOM 308. Reading left to right:-First row: D. Drake, G. Cornell, E. Callahan, C. Baldwin, E. Turner, E. Miller, Blanton. Second row: F. Jackson, M. Florence, P. Huffman, D. Wilfley, B. Rives, M. Pennell, G. Welch, W. Miller. Third row: J. Morris, M. Moran, G. Black, C. Horn, B. Wallace, E. Wallace, B. Angel. Fourth row: C. Garrison, L. Pettit, W. Werner, C. Lockhart, C. Campbell, L. Herndon, G. Rogers. AHOMEROOM soo. Reading left to fight.- First row: C. Yates, F. Springmann, M. Rhecche, A. Jameson, D. Rush, C. Wright, W. Scrivener. Second row: H. Fleming, M. Watkins, W. William- son, F. iKidd, J. Keller, K. Cheelce, M. Grant, C. Purcell. Third row: M. Foltz, M. Calhoun, M. Dickson, E. Barclay, E. Evans, F. Alexander, F. Gearhart. Fourth row: H. Lanum, C. Nalls, G. Chase, H. Mclnturff. Fifth row: S. Scherr, D. Wood, B. White. I HOMEROOM 310. Reading left to right:- First row: B. Puryear, L. Worsham, B. Good, C. Burnell, F. Guill, I. Watson, W. Hatch. Second row: R. Cunningham, Ketland, Kendrick, M. Wootton, M. Lucas, E. Nolan, E. Gibbs, Han- cock, A. Umholtz. Third row: Singleton, R. Brawner, A. Bibb, V. Lescalleet, A. Studde, W. Bruffy, D. Crisp. Fourth row: R. Robertson, A. Kelley, Deeton, B. Bishop, C. Kendrick. Fifth row: R. Graham, G. Jackson, L. Almond. HOMEROOM 311. Reading left to rights- First row: K. Peterson, V. Burke, F. Muhlenberg, P. Tesh, H. Emhart, L. Johnson, E. Sulr. Second row: R. Harmon, L. Butler, M. Miller, B. L. Penn, M. Bowman, E. Creel, W. Shipp, O. Nolan. Third row: A. Sadowskas, R. Gillum, C. Raiford, D. Rubin, A. Fones, Graves, E. Godfrey. Fourth row: H. Poladian, H. Mills, A. Masiello, N. Schrott. Fifth row: M. Tolson, Conrad. J 3 '13 Q fx vs" igifik' FA V ,. I7 ' M . ' l If My a E P N -..gi .li X xlib? 1,iV. ' w A ' I A WS bil -If I " 'if X il N XF 1 D X H' Q' .. I .om -tj LAS 7X NX NH HOMEROOM 312. Reading left to right:- First row: G. Logan, G. Brown, C. Griffith, C. Kol- shak, F. Smith, M. Hapsas, B. Mills. Second row: B. McGuinn, D. Lennon, M. Dannehl, E. Gallahan, C. Weber, A. Driscoll, B. Wright, R. Roland. Third row: A. Craten, O. Malcolm, L. Berryman, J. Anderson, T. Jones, G. Huntsberger. Fourth row: E. Wayland, L. Cornwell, W. Purple, H. Harris, R. McArtor. Fifth row: D. Campbell, M. Dewitt. HOMEROOM 201. Reading left to right:- First row: C. Meade, B. Lewis, A. johnson, Parkley, M. Ninneman, L. Ellison, E. Sublett, B. Padgett. Second row: Gibson, B. O'Flaherty, N. L. Lewis, I. Rorer, McDougal, E. Danolf, B. L. Watson, B. N. Michelback, D. Kinsey. Third row: A. Deavers, A. Dodd, Carroll, M. Forbes, J. Fowler, R. Bregman, T. Tanner. Fourth row: T. Parker, H. Campbell, H. Berman, M. Boaz, W. Bledsoe, R. Johnson. Fifth row: G. Scott, E. Horse- man, L. Allen, G. Boteler, C. Faulkner. W . HOMEROOM 204. Reading left to right:- First row: W. Duncan, L. Keys, F. Knauss, M. Papiroski, D. Acres, P. Smith, J. Coates. Second row: D. Martin, Z. Wilke, Hamilton, D. Otteson, H. Lambert, R. Pugh, B. Fischman, W. Crofford. Third row: V. Allen, R. Ludolph, R. Ortego, E. Attiliis, H. Hogan. Fourth row: R. Hale, S. Chalmers, C. Walp, H. Goodson. Fifth row: C. Dunn, C. Mclnturff. HOMEROOM 205. Reading left to right:- First row: R. Bauman, A. Houchins, M. Arnold, A. Baker, D. Acton, D. Walker, R. McCarty. Second row: R. Keziah, T. McDougall, Stone, M. Hatton, L. Miller, M. Sherry, Moore, M. Van Deventer, R. Noble. Third row: H. Rivenburg, S. W. Eason, Clark, E. Levy, Hoff, K. Chappelle, R. Butler. Fourth row: H. Grimm, C. King, E. Berry, A. Donald, E. Recker. HOMEROOM 202. Reading left to right:- First row: H. Olmsread, D. Sherwood, E. Nalls, D. Sullivan, P. Brown, M. Blaylock, R. Angus. Sec- ond row: G. Burgess, G. Rees, E. Potter, G. Brenner, H. Barley, P. Cox, L. Simpson, J. Dreiius. Third row: B. Kiger, N. Dole, B. Weaver, P. Ginauld, F. Taylor, E. Guiseppe, E. Bonamarte. Fourth row: A. Coppa, A. Calhoun, R. Mills, Fowler, W. Tant, J. King. Fifth row: P. Finks, C. Mclnturff, M. Finnell, P. Ross, Miller. HOMEROOM 203. Reading left to right:- First row: Weaver, D. Carver, D. Miles, G. Pey- ton, B. Stephens, Weber, B. Fitzgerald. Second row: B. Jones, M. Bond, Myers, E. Rose, E. ?Martin, B. Best, L. Miller, E. Holman, B. Horton. Third row: R. Sullivan, L. Ragland, B. Farrar, M. Dionne, D. Weisiger, R. Bowling, P. Wedel. Fourth row: H. Grimm, B. Black, G. Knight, D. Barnes, R. Smith, R. Smith. Fifth row: C. Bailey, E. Nails, J. McHaffa, A. Massey. I HOMEROOM 206. Reading left to right:- First row: C. Clayton, G. Crockett, S. Tauber, M. Pace, R. Reeves, P. Belew, B. Hammersley. Second row: Daniels, K. Helwege, G. Stinnett, H. Ham- mersley, Huffman, S. Owen, M. Topol, R. Ren- noe. Third row: Robinson, M. Durden, N. Os- borne, R. Matt, E. Milstead, B. Rumler, D. Emerson. Fourth row: H. Horton, E. Bragg, Carney, H. Martin, I. Favill. Fifth row: D. Cope, B. Mash- burn. HOMEROOM 208. Reading left to right:- First row: Elliott, Bryan, M. Spittle, E. Humes, G. Burdette, P. Boothe, P. Page. Second row: A. Hawthorne, B. Nesbitt, Self, M. Mellott, Covey, E. Gorham, S. Packett, B. Hansborough. Third row: P. Leahy, W. Zuchelli, C. Roddy, D. Foster, T. Slack, M. Tesh, S. Frasca. Fourth row: A. Lewis, Dodge, T. O'Neil, D. Dickerson, Powell, A. Amandus. Fifth row: C. Baumann, C. Davis, J. Blackburn, P. Leverich, T. Goldberg. HOMEROOM 210. Reading left to right:- First row: B. Martin, G. Singleton, F. Clark, E. Garten, N. Hopkins, B. Berry, Griffin. Second row: Taylor, R. Barr, M. Meeks, B. Lewis, F. Beck, K. Kidd, B. Hawthorne, F. McNeer. Third row: R. Hutt, G. Crowder, G. Sloan, A. Durrett, J. M. Rideout, B. De Witt, B. Cox. Fourth row: J. Layman, T. Tomlin, Wilson, G. Stinnett, Crickenberger, G. Hall. Fifth row: G. Brown, G. Sing. HOMEROOM 212. Reading left to right:- First row: L. Irby, M. Allison, G. L. Allen, C. Groves, M. Thomas, M. Dove, B. Sellers. Second row: H. Andrews, S. L. Walker, I. M. Ballard, E. Smith, E. Glover, B. Dyson, L. Springman, R. Snyder. Third row: R. Otteson, A. Umholtz, J. Grover, B. Strader, L. Duvall, B. Glasgow. Fourth row: S. Field, R. Reed, W. Vaughn, N. Quasebarth. HOMEROOM 101. ,Reading left to right:- First row: F. Quigley, L. L. Dunn, M. Braddock F. Baker, C. Clayton, B. Deane, Pierce, F. Strother Second row: F. Donaldson, H. Futch, B. Hulmes A. Hall, G. Livermore, G. McClary, E. Hellmuth Third row: C. Edwards, B. Miller, G. Luh, K McKinley, P. A. Davis, L. McGahey, W. H. Norton Jr., M. Kennedy. Fourth row: W. Padgett, M Allen, H. Bruin, E. Nalls, S. Leake, W. Truitt. Fifth row: A. Campbell, W. Schneider, A. Durr I. Riggs, F. Nowland, H. Weaver. HOMEROOM 102. Reading left to right:- First row: L. Moffett, B. Bragg, E. Russell, L. Dyson, A. Coates, B. Bryant, L. Beavers. Second row: A. Pistolesi, V. Herbert, D. Hiclcs, Reynolds, F. Hulford, V. Nash, M. McClary, M. Farence. Third row: G. West, Swiger, C. Shakley, M. Saunders, H. Hammersley, B. Benjamin, R. Partlow. Fourth row: H. Allen, L. Gilfillan, P. Todd, R. Pettit, E. Sims, W. Lemeshewslcy. Fifth row: G. Faigen, H. Garrett, P. Leverich G. Killian, R. Riley. HOMEROOM 103. Reading left to right:- First row: D. Slcgerhurg, B. Schwab, M. A. Hey- denreich, F. Coates, V. Edelen, A. M. McIntyre, P. Feltner, W. T. Moore. Second row: E. Stein, M. Terry, C. Carpet, 1. M. Tyson, F. Kolshalc, D. Dibrell, M. Staubs, B. Buchanan, Rosen. Third row: R. Dienelt, L. Shakley, R. McLeod, R. Harn- mersley, F. Newcome, R. Garthoff, V. Plaslcitt, T. McDonald. Fourth row: T. Loper, Hampton, M. Payne, M. Rutherford, B. Bennett, B. Whitting- ton. Fifth row: K. Ritter, A. Graves, S. Finch, Hutchinson. HOMEROOM 104. Reading left to right:- First row: C. Higgins, V. Apperson, M. Hurley, B. Porter, H. Gearheart, F. Litzerman, V. Houchens, H. Moore. Second row: C. Tomlin, A. Wilcox, M. Wright, M. Sweeney, M. L. Lamm, R. Truslow, C. Hanes. Third row: L. Loving, G. Smith, M. Disney, E. Poling, D. Sherry, R. Dionne, C. Roberts. Fourth row: P. Brookfield, R. M. Burchheld, E. Johnson, B. Peterson, R. McIntyre, M. Neuman. Fifth row: E. Carr, Washington, G. Fcrd, Coates, H. Hurst. 7 7 ! 9 HOMEROOM 105. Reading left to right:- Firsr row: S. McDermott, L. Bernard, L. Rosenberg, N. Collins, L. Travis, B. Chason, V. Beall. Second row: F. Gorham, Gibbs, J. Petri, A. Lynch, F. Van Deventer, R. Higgins, C. Lane, B. Auld. Third row: M. Morgan M. Brooks, E. Burns, M. Fleming, D. Herring, M. Shepherd, C. Newton. Fourth row: S. Joiner, F. Minning, P. Overholtzer, L. Stearman, R. Williams, C. Sailor. Fifth row: G. Pugh, Smith, L. Tucker, Eheart, M. Latham, V. Grimes. HOMEROOM 106. Reading left to right:- First row: C. Elliott, M. Beall, V. Daniels, H. Har- rington, M. A. Morrison, L. Trenary, H. Dove. Second row: W. McIntosh, S. Witton, P. Nicholson, D. Wilson, V. Tiernay, S. Cook, B. DeSilva, M. Shifilett, E. Fox, L. Buttgen. Third row: A. Row, J. Babb, Petty, L. Bibby, Creal, C. Rammel, R. Vozzola, D. Lindsey, C. Langley. Fourth row: J. Maddox, A. Beachtold, B. Gilliland, L. Cun- ningham, R. Dunlap, R. Grimm. Fifth row: C. Hile, H. Rowe, C. Spinks, S. Mankin, T. McGuire, L. Moore. HOMEROOM 107. Reading left to right:- First row: T. McClain, M. Blackwell, L. Butler, F. Dorset, P. Fredette, C. Kelley. Second row: M. Wells, V. Triplett, N. Wood, S. Simpson, Spit- tle. Third row: B. Harris, E. Martin, D. Meagher, A. Reardon. Fourth row: R. Glass, R. Osborn, R. McNealy, F. Christian. Fifth row: C. Peverill, B. Baily, Grisso. HOMEROOM 108. Reading left to right:- First row: T. Brown, D. Simpson, I. Barton, V. Meade, C. Rhodes, Y. Hitt, M. Owens, C. Staubs. Second row: P. Lawhorne, K. Nedved, L. Boleyn, L. Davis, M. Kennedy, E. Savage, P. Watson, M. Ruben, F. Stover. Third row: M. Callahan, C. English, M. Moran, E. Hawthorne, E. McClary, E. M. Church, M. Glover, D. Hardester. Fourth row: L. Mulligan, Driver. D. Brinkman, P. Weekly, B. Phillips, O. Giuseppe. Fifth row: R. Yates, Coates, Watts. HOMEROOM 109. Reading left to right:- First row: V. Werth, H. Della, B. Sisson, C. Roddy, M. L. Spoehr, B. Knauss, P. Bowen. Second row: L. Corbett, I. Potter, V. Irby, M. Hinlcer, Finley, D. Welles, S. Mills, K. Simpson. Third row: Crtega, W. McDonald, M. Hoover, S. Powell, P. di Girolamo, D. Gaham, J. Moore, G. Wilson. Fourth row: Stewart, E. Fuller, M. Romani, A. Parker, K. Lyles, E. Schirmer, Black- burn, D. Gee. HOMEROOM 110. Reading left to right:- First row: H. Mahoney, F. Hannah, M. McClain, M. Riddick, H. English, E. Penn, C. Morris. Sec- ond row: B. Myers, D. Gaede, P. Curry, M. Cook, G. Roach, A. Cox, A. Petitt. Third row: W. Ealcin, D. Foster, W. Shisler, G. Baumgartner, C. Davis, LeCroy, D. Noll. Fourth row: P. Sam- mons, K. Layman, R. Bruce, L. Richter, D. Nelson. Fifth row: A. Creel, B. Ginn, V. Rhodes, B. Moore, E. Ginn. HOMEROOM 112. Reading left to right:- First row: A. Tolbert, H. Morris, D. Dobison, C. Weadon, H. Dove, Keifer, H. Rubin, B. McBride. Second row: D. Cline, L. Naylor, F. Slack, C. Sare, M. Butler, E. M. Zimmerman, C. Moore, D. Pavone. Third row: W. H. Daughltery, G. Nalls, A. Bris- coe, B. Morton, B. Gills, R. Simpson. Fourth row: O. Dameron, W. Martin, A. Thomas, E. Schonberger, B. Sutton. Fifth row: B. Duvall, E. Northrup, H. De Valt. HOMEROOM 114. Reading left to right:- First row: B. Ward, Griflith, E. Henry, G. Lat- sios, C. Colangelo, E. Draper, R. Higgins. Second row: H. Tomplcins, H. Shaclclett, D. Daniels, Eclcels, Yates, N. Grant, S. Albert, F. Ludlow. Third row: E. Brown, E. Robertson, E. Raison, A. C. Walter, M. Mouat, E. Riley, R. Muir. Fourth row: W. Wigley, E. Chismar, R. Tolson, F. Altman, C. Sarle, R. Schoen. Fifth row: N. Moravitz, R. Runaldue. llwfm. HOMEROOM 118. Reading left to right:- First row: D. Ramos, D. Peck, P. Traves, F. Atkins, J. Long, C. Spittle, I. Smith. Second row: D. Palmer, F. Anderson, J. Jones, B. Fones, C. Colling, H. Peeler, M. Shaver, B. Bleier. Third row: J. Wamer, G. Brick, F. Gasser, V. Cates, E. Matheny, E. Bosworth, Leahy, N. L. Goods. Fourth row: L. Gill, B. Burhans, L. Baber, K. Gilmartin, D. Wedel, B. Bibb. Fifth row: DeButts, H. Levy, K. Hicks, Riley, M. Gilfillan. HOMEROOM 120. Reading left to right:- First row: B. Withers, D. Clark, D. Martin, M. Zimmerman, R. Mostyn, V. Green, V. Bailey. Second row: H. Manucia, L. Brady, D. Grant, N. Gillett, H. Clark, Freeman, Wilson, D. Spit- tle. Third row: H. Williams, C. Moore, E. Smith, L. Fahnestock, D. Boswell, L. Huffman, W. Mor- gan. Fourth row: V. Gorham, D. Corbin, Gal- lahan, B. Meleris, M. L. Stark, B. Barrett. Fifth row: C. Johnson, G. Cronin, M. Hoovler, C. Bal- lenger, R. Fones, J. Newman. HOMEROOM 122. Reading left to right:- First row: R. King, D. Lee, M. Helton, E. Bibb, G. Moomaw, L. Attiliis, P. Pulzone. Second row: M. Cline, B. Perkinson, Hyland, Boutchard, L. Coppa, M. Bennett. Third row: P. Bomberger, R. Cummins, A. Rebholtz, O. Snellings, A. Lang- ford. Fourth rowzj. Colbert, L. Boyerskl, C. Kirby, D. Harrsell. Fifth row: W. Hayden, K. Mallom, J. Renshaw. HOMEROOM 124. Reading left to right:- First row: Hamilton, B. Clark, B. Hall, E. Rice, J. Paulsen, D. Thomas, A. Sutherland. Second row: W. Beall, B. Clark, D. Gallahan, W. Stur- geon, P. Planck, B. Rowen, G. Jones, W. Worth- ingron. Third row: B. Jones, Madaris, M. Mason, King, S. Sare, M. Williamson. Fourth row: C. Schwab, Sweatt, B. Roland, K. King, L. Mitchell, H. Bettis. Fifth row: T. Spittle, C. Roberts, J. Hensley. I-IOMEROOM 128. Reading left to right:- First row: D. Strobeck, F. Goldman, M. Wilhurn, V. Bernstein, D. Scott, M. Moore, Duncan. Second row: Freeman, B. Sweeney, Feageans, M. Holmes, E. Rivenberg, A. King, W. Downs. Third row: A. Jackson, D. Thomasson, P. Wells, H. Hammond, F. Parker. Fourth row: M. Robey, E. Vezina, C. Riece, G. Daniels. HOMEROOM 130. Reading left to right:- First row: D. Kelly, B. A. Whalen, M. Guthrie, M. Winston, M. Haverlcamp, W. McKenny, D. Wolford, P. Goldsmith. Second row: I. Gough, P. Inabinet, E. Douthat, B. M. Whalen, B. Hicks, B. Gordon, B. Hennessee. Third row: P. Wiedorn, B. Meador, M. Wood, E. Winlcler, W. Gutridge, I. Greer. Fourth row: Wheatley, R. Cunning- ham, L. Youry, C. Giddens, Gore. Fifth row: J. Herbert, B. Suits, D. Jones, C. Hapsas. HOMEROOM 132. .Reading left to right:- First row: C. Thomson, T. Brown, Haslett, M. Bruce, M. Call, Davis, B. Coclcerham. Second row: W. Fields, D. Fouts, B. Rush, D. Mowery, B. Newman, H. Cartwright, W. Baum, Wagen- man. Third row: W. Hopke, Bayol, V. McLein, M. Ingersoll, P. Schwab, Reed. Fourth row: J. Bryan, E. Cockrell, E. Palmer, K. Savage, C. Major. Fifth row: H. Dunbar, W. Newton, E. Stutzman. HOMEROOM 212. Reading left to right:- First row: McCarty, G. Brenner, B. Sturgeon, B. Morris, A. Baber, C. Boley, B. L. Gillum, D. Rou- zie, R. Peyton. Second row: M. France, C. Hud- son, B. Hedrick, P. Rebholtz, V. Buntin, M. Mer- chant, E. Johnson, R. Powell. Third row: F. M. Bateman, M. Owens. Tully. C. Crofford, M. Fer- guson, E. Acton, P. Rivenbark, C. David. Fourth row: P. Manus, Downs, W. Winkler, M. Knight, D. Livchak, R. Gorman, W. Harrison, B. Sheads. HOMEROOM 214. Reading left to right:- First row: E. Barnes, I. Paladian, Fleegal, H. Massey, R. Downs, M. Brenner, L. Clark. Second row: E. Kopp, D. Livchak, A. Roberts, G. Sher- man, M. Butler, V. Haith, A. Adanis, D. Muhf lenberg. Third row: A. Fredette, B. McClung, Vaughan, D. Phillips, J. Reynolds, I-Iulfish, C. Suthard, A. Miller, Bolton. Fourth row: R. DeWitt, L. Jones, P. Gillum, B. Wood. HOMEROOM 216. Reading left to right:- First row: B. Rogers, M. Mays, D. Miller, E. Butts, M. Smith, E. Hupper, B. Kane, J. C. Phillips. Sec- ond row: A. Creel, G. Swisher, B. Bowling, B. Rhees, B, Rudin, F. Bayol, A. Corbin, J. Hayman, L. Mills. Third row: MacCue S. Ginn, L. Yowell, B. Mc- Gowan, M. Rohlin, M. Musselman, S. Walker, E. Hobbs, D. Allman. ROMEROOM 218. Reading left to right:- First row: P. Rogers, A. Bramble, Langley, Gorham, B. Beall, B. Moore, A. Rhine. Second row: B. Kelley, H. Hogan, B. Rush, A. Porteriield, R. Smith, E. Brown, D. Eddins, R. Pebbles. Third row: R. Furness, R. Langley, McArtor, C. Jenkins, N. Harper, W. Musselman. Fourth row: B. Head, J. Barry, B. Dobson, L. Zell, D. Weston, D. Rainey. HOMEROOM 220. Reading left to right:- First row: S. Rollins, T. Carroll, Zimmerman, A. Johnson, R. Barry, Howard, K. Brawner, B. Fos- ter, P. Powell, L. Anderson. Second row: B. Blank- ley, B. Gallagher, T. St. Clair, W. Cox, T. White, T. Kelly, I-1. Reamy, K. Litchford, S. Moore. Third row: B. McDonough, M. Randell, B. Armstrong, I. Elliott, G. Trevino, A. Petitt, B. Dawson, M. Neal, W. Bourn. Fourth row: K. Owens, D. Hecldings J. Magnus, R. Dobson, Maigret, R. Szlayfszteyni p 1'-wh-,5 "gf,:, ,illgl L95 .ffl-,l V.. 1.., L. .94 5 . in L , V L 524 A v S t , vb N ,., s :it ' W 7 ' 'n I' I - .I .-,V . . , . , ',..v:,,.1, - ny. .4 -' . , .,l.,.,.,, , , ,,, -.',v.'-.M .:-Jw, v--', , 'az - 'z.-' I - -. -r ,, r.. ... ., . .,, . Vvmgs Q IH All , Y. 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The tha e FALL OFFICERS" President .....,........... ....... ' ........................ 1 ANE RIVES Vice-President ........ .......... R ICI-IARD MARSHALL Secretary ............. ............ D OROTHY BLACK Treasurer .......,......... ........ K AREN HUMPHREY Parliamentarian .......... ......... A DRIENNE BARRY Sergeant-at-Amis .....,.,...,................................. ROBERT DUVALL C 0-Secretary ..................................,.....,....... BARBARA BOWMAN Director of Health and Sanitation fBoysQ ...... FRED MCGIFFIN Director of Health and Sanitation fGi1-1:2 BEVERLY BARRY Director of Auditorium ................,..........,..., DAVID GOODRICH Director of Lost and Found ................................. JIMMY DODGE Director of Cafeteria ................. ................... K ARL KENDRICK Director of Tragic ...,.......................................,.. JOHN SHELTON Member to Honor and Discipline ommittee, W . 'SARA ANN MCMULLEN We of George W can proud that our school has a of a school is shown by the c ch the student learns to solve hxs and most important, Bc himself .L f'L will All J L ,Q lt WV , iw I. Student JANE RIVES of Student m Mw W ' OUI'lCt WW -cf Away, X If XQZJK ' V fy, I-N. ' 1 I v g ' -I X RD MARSHALL of Student Council SPRING QFFICERS President ............. ........,................... J ANE RIVES VicelPresident ......... ........... RI CHARD MARSHALL Secretary ............. ......................... F LORA COOK Treasurer .............,.................... ............ E DGAR WAYLAND Sergeant-at-Arms ......,...............,.. ....... 1 ....... J CHN FOWLER Secretary of Honor Discipline ....... ........, B EVERLE BERRY 83 Qiology G uh President .................. . .... ............ L EO MCGUIRE Vice-President ,............ ....................... B ILL BISHOP Secretary-Treasurer .................................. MARY JO INGERSOLL Sponsor .................................................... MISS SIUE FLORANCE The purpose of the Biology Club is to provide useful activity for those studying biology and for those wishing to continue their study. Students in the club acquire a better understanding and an increased knowledge of biology. This club, which has a membership of about thirty-ive stu- dents, holds its meetings every other Friday in Room 310. 84 'ggver Qollar 4850,-H Glub 11? fm., , CULTURE igjfggg? '...--V...'A HELEN s"f,g'fff" CZfffI',f"i"' ""-' - SXQIUFFER BY ,, QNEY E N P The cl b - purP0Se f inupu: tf, develf? Ehe Culture . enca- P urther the ijiectlon of thi ea of culturs e Home Enom Pfestden HARVEY DOVE 55573417 HARRXET ENGLXSH Tfeasur ......., MADELYN CALLA AN spam .A...,4.,.......,............, Mas L PAR ER The Home Front section was concerned with Nationai Defense organization and ugugf e Cross instruction. XONS EOREXGN RELAT QLAUDE HAYNE9 BETTY GOOD msn LLY CALL section resident ....-,-4-- -----" -' Secrezavy- feasufe ,.,,................. SP'1'E1iLgsggg4et"g4 Xisiofiignwfions . . to Promote the study oi ioteign oi this ciuh is teiations. RACY DEMQC President ...,........,.....,....................... N ANCY GRANT Vice-President .....,...............,..,.,.,....,. IOHN COATS Secretary-Treasurer ..,. 5 ....,...., NANCY LEEIGOODS Sponsor ,,.............,............... MISS GRACE PATCH The purpose oi this section oi the ciub is to understand the vaiues oi democracy and the study oi its deveioprnent. J Gapella Gltoir' 'Y First Soprano Ambrose, Betty Lee Briggs, Alberta Brown, Phyllis Farrar, Barbara Grifhth, Connie Hoffman, Marjorie Lewis, Betty Merchant, Martha Morris, Margie Mortimer, Marion First Soprano Barry, Rosemary Bagget, Margaret Bennett, Beverly Burns, Elinor Carrol, Jean Cook, Mary Jane Currey, Patsy Grimes, Virginia Hall, Dorothy Davis, Joyce Calhoun, Marie Lanum, Mary Lou Lucas, Marjorie ng? M A CAPELLA CHOIR Nash, Virginia Ortega, Rosalie Second Soprano Burke, Vivian Bush, Helen Haslett, Joan Jameson, Ann Kirrley, Opal Mostyn, Ruby Park, Pat Pennell, Marjorie Rives, Jane GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Meador, Betty Second Soprano Porter, Betty Ann Gilrnartin, Katherine Hyland, June Hilton, Mary Ellen Herring, Agnes Staubs, Mary Bramble, Anna McCullough, Jane Myers, Pauline Scott, Doris Winston, Mildred Bernstein, Victoria W 4 Qirls' Qlee G Sarle, Patty Alto Black, Dorothy Finlcs, June Hillarcl, Helen Jones, Jean Mitchell, Lynn Sellers, Suzanne Springman, Florence StouEer, Helen Werner, Mary Lou Moonaw, Gustava Boutchyard, June Bunt, Virginia Hedrick, Berry Nolan, Edythe Wendorn, Patricia Alto Jones, Burness Ruffner, Katherine Shackley, Lucille Payne, Montrue Youxy, Lillian Finnell, Esther Lennon, Dorothy First Tenor- Clmismor, Paul Roberts, Cameron Sellers, Bill Whittington, Brandon Nalls, Garland Tompkins, Harrison Glass, Allen Second Tenor Rosen, Jael: Thomas, Allen Tolson, Raymond Kennedy, Melvin Newland, Frank Allen, Vivian Baritone Barnett, Aubrey Foster, james Ottesen, Roberts Schonberg, Eugene Fones, Alvin Mehl, Robert Foster, Melvin Bars Crom, Curtis Tolson, Mitchell Snapp, Robert Peabody, Leroy Mc Causland, Vfilliam Moran, Robert Qoys' glee mana ,-,-g I , ii QQ 'Xxx' . Bi? arts an Gm ts Streamlined car designs, graceful charcoals, and multi-colored modern fantasies make Shop 6 a fascinating room to enter. The place cards at our banquets, posters on our bulletin boards, and cartoons on the school page of "The Alexandria Gazette" are products of this club. The Arts and Crafts Club is devoted to furthering interest, knowledge and experience in the various fields of art. Led by Miss Noble, sponsor, and Billy Deeton, president, it has carried out its purpose. 88 1 M mg eer lea ers f eer Leaders have done much to promote school spirit among the students of G W aching school songs and yells to the student body at the Pep Club meetings and rallies was among numerous activities. They led the G. W. fans at football games and other sports events. Our various teams would hardly have had the spirit to ight and win if they had not been backed by the enthusiastic cheer leaders. ' HEAD CHEER LEADERS Left to right: Ernest Sult, Althea Gillum, Marie McDonald, Martha Mer- lw xxi' mi Iliipiigise Lyons, Wanda Carroll, 5 P CI I JUNIOR CHEER LEADERS Left to right, first row: Cynthia Rhodes, Bobby Buchanan. Second' rmv: Dorothy Thomason, Courtney Lynch, Betty Lee Haynes, Phyliss Parr, Lucille Skakly, Evelyn Sublett. Third row: Mary Kennedy, Montrue Payne, Vivian McClean, Lillian Youry, Betty Porter. Fourth row: Harmon Moore, James Coates, Levi Marlowe, Vfilliam Shisler. 89 SPANISH TOURNAMENT CONT ESTANT S Left to right: Jimmy Hughes, Trilhy O'Neil, Marion Blaylock, Gertrude Black, Betty Nesbitt, and lad: Gore. Ml., ,Me gif pants fgwf 'RU President ..................... .................... J IMMY HUGHES Vice-President .......,........ ...,................ R OSALIE NELSON Secretary-Treaxurer ........... .........., F LORENCE SPRINGMAN Sponsor ...................,.................,.............,...A......,....... MISS CARMEN ANDUJAR The Spanish Club was organized hy Miss Anclujar in 1927. Its purpose is to acquaint the students with the history, literature, customs, and traditions of the people whose language they are studying. Meetings with interesting and well-balanced programs are held twice a month. 1' J if affix ' Qp 5 fl ii 9 by Ll!! J' 'V fl fy, r, V my W N Mil' I 4 ' MM ll? D J X i First Semester Presi ent ...,......... li .................................. CONIS' CE SMALL Vice-President ............ ................................. I QUJOYCE WOOD Secretary ,,............... ........ I ..... ....... E VEL YN COX Treasurer .................... ............ ' ........ JANE I-IULFISH Sergeant-at-A rms ....... ................... , Q .... KWBERRYJVIAN GREEN SMALL BRYAN YN COX reasurer McMULLEN GREEN KIRACOFE gl A ff! i The students that have taken or are now taking Latin are eligible for membership in this club. Meetings are held every other week in 301. Programs are given pertaining to the life and customs of the early Romans. The purpose of this interesting and educational club is to study the ancient Romans and the part they played in the develop- ment of civilization. LATIN TOURNAMENT CONTESTANTS Billy Martin, Florence Springman, Cecil Spaulding, Jack Crickenburger. 91 TQIIC G uh FRENCH TOURNAMENT CONTESTANTS Gr ieatedis iieft to right: jean Jennings, Sylvia -3 am, V yn Cox, Ann Jameson, Pauline Myers, Virginia Tucker. . Standing, left to right: Darrell Fouts, Beverle Morton, James Conrad. Absent when picture was made: John Jameson, Edward Conrad, Kenneth Shure, Margaret Emhardt. President ................... ........ AD RIENNE BARRY Vice-President ,........,....... ....... ......... H AR OLD HARRIS Secretary-Treasurer ..............,....................................................... ANN JAMESON Le Cercle Francais, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Brown, has enjoyed an interesting and active year. ' The theme used throughout the programs has been the acquainting of the members with a deeper understanding of the teal France through a study of the French people, their customs, music, and literature. One of the highlights of the year was the Christmas party, and the annual trip to the Little Theatre to see the French movie is now a tradition in the club. The final event was the long-anticipated spring picnic. 92 as "'F'Ty5.n, -.f -1,591+-fqagnfgf -'F ' ,p.:"""i5 T a 71 Y L' rary " TL i Co-Chairmen ........... ......... CH RISTINE HUDSON JOE BLANTON Secretary ....,..... ..,........... M ARY SANBORN Treasurer ....,..... ............... G LADYS WATSON Sponsor ...............................,.......... MISS BLANCHE HELM The purpose of the library club is to cooperate actively, to advise and in every possible manner aid the work of the library and the librarian. Ir familiarizes all students with the library and its services, and its importance for wholesome social growth. It also adds to the volumes and content of the library through beneficiary activities of the organization. ' All the library assistants are members of the club, and they assist in the necessary routine work. 93 Vfiftff 1 lo ontestdflts G U ..4..., . vfgfifi 4-"L--. ," hv"1"' W' 1 -R AL " M ,.J , ,.. ..- '1' W?" lt 1, - L' 'QS- -,-1-41 .X .X -1 .Q ,.,A , f"' 5- ,ff , If A ' Q! t.CQl'S RICHARD MARSHALL .................................................... President of Debate Club MARY LOUISE I-IOPKE ....,..... ........... S ecretary of Contestants Club DOUGLAS SCI-IOOLEY .......... ......... P resident of Contestants Club ALEASE MAHONEY ........... ....................... P resident of Spelling Club EDDIE MASON ...............,.. ...,....,. P resident of Public Speaking Club 94 cgyze ggbubfic Cglpeaking President ................... ' ...,....... .................... E DDIE MASON Vice-President .......... .............. A DRIENNE BARRY Secretary ..,.......,............ ....................,....... M ARY LOUISE I-IOPKE Pro ram Chairman .......,...,. ................,.,......................... IMMY HUGHES g J Sponsor ..A....,..........,.....,.....,.,............,....., MISS MARY WALLER DICKINSON Primarily, the purpose of this club is to train the students to speak in public. The secondary purpose is to prepare the members to participate in the inter-scholastic contests held in the spring at the University of Virginia. 2. Q4 95 ,4 e. ,.. , V, Csbpelling i President ...........,.................., ......... AL EASE MAHONEY Vice-Presid ent ........,..... ............... 1 ........., B ILL PURPLE Secretary-Treasurer ......... ................... M ARY LOUISE I-IOPKE Sponsor ..,....,...................,......,............................. MISS REYNOLDS As the name implies, the Spelling Club is to improve the spelling of pupils in general, make them word conscious and teach them the derivation of words. Each year the best speller of the school is selected to take part in the Literary Contest at Charlottesville. 96 lze Qebate G u President .,.............,.....,...... RICHARD MARSHALL Secretary ..................,........... MARY AGNES DENT The Debate Club has enjoyed unusual opportunities this year as they have had practice debating with the clubs of other high schools. The beginning of the club's activities was the trip made to George Washington University to the Debate Conference. The purpose of this club is to prepare its members for the state contest at the University of Vir ' ia in the spring, which nmtks the climax of the c1ub's activities. D tx -.f pwlflwfllki eaaling President .....,................. ............, J ACK BLACKBURN Vice-President ...,..,..,................ CAROLYN SHERMAN Secretary-Treasurer ....,..................... ROSALIE NELSON To increase the ability of students to read intelli- gently before an audience is the purpose of the Reading Club. The club emphasizes pleasing voice, poise, and the interpretation of the printed page. Each year the best boy and girl reader is sent to the reading contest in Charlottesville. The reading material at the meetings is prose, mainly essays. 97 'Y fx 'kThe famous production of "Elmer" with Levi Marlowe and his dog taking the lead was directed by Miss Hart in Speech Arts I. ft,-1 fBetween acts with Sara Ann McMullen, Martha King, Helen Bush, John Fowler and others of the Dramatic Club. 55' ' 'kln the "Gate" Doris Todd and Billy Schlag ask Jimmy Bryant's advice about love. if Miss Wisman's untiring efforts were rewarded with an excellent performance of the cast in "A Husband for Magi' T 1 'k "Wl1at a Life," starring Marvin Owens as little brother who gets everyone in trouble well as out of trouble, was directed by Searle. LE I , v NTRANTS IN ORATORICAL CONTEST Left to right: Ray Clark, Lorraine Worsham, ivian Burke, and Margie Morris, winner. DRAMATIC COMMITTEE Left to right: MR. COE, Scenery, MISS NOBLE, rtg MISS MOSS, Costumes, Make-upg MISS HART, irector, General Chairman, IVIISS SEARLE, Director, ake-up, MISS WISMAN, Director, Publicity, MR. ACKSON, Music, MRS. HOENACK fabsentj, Music. -kwomen, women everywhere-on the chairs and floor. Men, too, come and go-in the play, "Stage Door." 'A'Adrienne Barry sweeps Billy Schlag from his feet while Harriet Hul6sl1 gives him a hand between scenes for the one-act plays. M11 - DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS Left to right: Harriet Hulfish CPresidentj Adrienne Barry fSecretaryj, Ray Clark fVice Presidentj, Martha King Cfreasurerj. ramatic The Dramatic Cluh, sponsored by Miss Inez Hart, Miss Mary Alice Wisman, and Miss Prudence Searle, was reorganized in September, 1941, to further dramatic interest throughout the school. The three hundred members of the club, with the assistance of the Speech Arts classes, had the following program for the year: Regular club meetings with interesting programs on Friday. gf K Six one-act plays during the first semester. C A Dickens' "Christmas Carol" before the Christmas holidays. Three-act play in March. GD N One-act play for Charlottesville in April. XX ' ' wwf? Milf Ol7lQl'I'lCl U GQ President .................. .............................. J ERRY REID Vice-President ............. ........................ R UBY DEAVERS Secretary-Treasurer ........ ..................................,......... E VELYN GIBBS Sponsor ...............,...,...............................................4.... MISS ELIZABETH MOSS To allow the students to carry on the phase of homemaking in which they are most interested is the purpose of the I-Iomemalcing Club. The club is divided into two divisions, "Stitch in Time" and "Clicking Needles." In carrying on the various activities, the two groups sew for the Red Cross, and knit or make garments for themselves. Also a clothes hospital open to all is sponsored by the girls. 101 -.l W, xr . --,-,, -- -. -- ,. fx! ,' J -j l lf" I I ' I 5.1 3 X , lsr X lljw' If 62228 17' IN51 KUM C Y I ' All' 011, DANCE CLUB Thelma Tregeff gA::gonCatl1iiI19 Quinlan Ha WHSOB Rubin: Mane 1 Ck v L2 e lx ncoclia Eugelziasiix Tawau' gig: Song Vlelchklgga. id Palm? ia Grisso, Stanley- C Mgbonald, Bets! Kham, nflrick, G or C McCloslC2Yv Bttabadcer, Martha 9 ee, Margate Donna Ogen ' , Dav . Ke Wright, Jutfe E l Co Boblw Eshmarlip' " P682- rella,. S'm.TaY ZrI3uds'lY 'finden' lp phylxss Gmaul President ......... Vice-Preridentii-.i..i. ..., Secretary ......,.. Treasurer ........ S ponsor. . . 1ST SEMESTER ZND SEMESTER BILLY SCI-ILAG ............ QUINLAN HANCOCK HANCOCK. EUGENE RECKER VIRGINIA TAYLOR ............ . .,.. THELMA TREGGER ROBERT THOMAS ..........,.,..., MARIAN ALLISON MISS IRMA DEVAULT "Come on, all you cats, and learn to jump" is the sending, solid slogan of the well-known Dance Club. Where ........ When ...,......... ...,..........,..................... Orchestra .........,. Why ............,.. .Every Wednesday Morning "Juke Box" ,..........For the purpose of keeping the lads and lasses of George Washington hep on the latest "jive." X 31 xy ,. .F f N X . 2 '-.4iJ V N .l tty, S VL' ' N UIMOI' CM 8129 uh jlfrkxjsq if N 1 X r Kia .Q fl: X , D t i ff! V n Q yr: ink H' ' I President .......,............. .......... .,.. ..... G E R ALDINE TESH ga'i -fxfj if V' 1 M X X Vice-Pmsdenf ..............., .............. ..A.........,.... A L FRED REED U A jf 'fi' ,F ' we X T X Secretary-Treasurer SHIRLEY LEHMAN u Kg 7 T 1 X Sergeant-al JESTER , , a NW ,Ti,,, T sig EQ: fax we +4-ey.. , , i Urfj , ,L!lVN. '4 ewwlo- This club was organized to promote the students' interest in retail training. The members discuss problems that occur in their class and extra curricular work. They are planning to have some type of entertainrnent during the coming semester. 103 1 115 EDITOR AND ASSISTANT S Left to fight: Evelyn Sublett Billy Deeton, A t Ed? 5 C 'l S ldi , Ed't - in-Chiefg Mary Agnes Dent, Helen Thomas, Cathzrinezggeadfifi. pau ng 1 or s 'w If Editor-in-Chief .,.,..............4...., CECIL SPAULDING Assistant Editor ....... submipfim. Editor..'.'.'.'filioRBERT GRAUMANN WILNA BLACKWELL Advertising Editors ........ DOUGLAS SCI-IOOLEY Sports Editors .......... Art Editor ........... at JIMMY BAKER ................JAMEs BRYANT EUGENE OLMI BOB MORAN ..........BILLY DEETON '? he Le SUBSCRIPTION STAFF Norbert Graumann, Manager. This year the Compass Staff has completed another prosperous term. We realize that without the aid of our supervisors, Miss Wood- ward, Mrs. Thomson, Miss Maddox, and Mrs. Smith, we could not have been fully successful. The typists who have done their job so faith- fully also deserve special mention. The Staff has thoroughly enjoyed the hours of hard work they have contributed to give George Washington the best annual possible. In this respect we feel that our goal has been attained. Left to right: Robert Athey, First row, left to right: Dorothy Hunger- ford, Connie Small. Second rmv: Doris French, Carolyn Green, Adrienne Barry. Third ra-sv: Douglas Schooley, Fred Mc- Giifen, Leroy Herndon, Jimmy Baker. S ADVERTISING STAFF tag LITERARY STAFF--Left to right: Joyce Wood, Mary Louise Tavenner, Wilna Blackwell, Sim Taylor, Mary San born, Courteney Plaskitt, Elaine Weil, Nancye Roberts. T Cgrclzestra LQ - V ,, ,, -1- -- r -- .- The zoom! zoom! of bass iiddles-the flashing of a score of violin bows in unison-the nasal wheeze of the oboe-all testify to a year of progress by the concert orchestra, a new unit in the music department this year. From a meager beginning with a handful of musicians in September, it has grown to nearly symphonic proportions, having performed in assemblies, at the operetta, at plays, and on a variety of programs. First Violins Myers, Pauline Andrews, Harry LeCroy, James Saxer, Janet Whirtmgton, Brandon Chismor, Paul Gilmartin, Catherine Johnson, Elizabeth I-lulfish, Joan Kennedy, Melvin Baber, Avis Ann Second Violins Slcagerberg, David Nedved, Kimball Joyner, Eugene Werth, Verlin Sturgeon, Wilma Kolshalc, Clara Boutchard, June Brookfield, Phyllis Delk, Helen Kennedy, Mary Sherry, Doris Viola Yerby, Anna Jo Cello: McCullough, Jane Osborn, Royce Poling, Eleanor String Bas: Moran, Murrell Hampton, Jeanne Moore, Lawrence Vozzola, Rudolph Flute Walker, Sarah Lee Covey, Jewyl First Clarinet: Green, Jean Walker, David Second C larinet: I-Ioovler, Bill Purcell, Earl 106 French Horns Gill, Laura Hoff, Jane First Trumpet Walp, Charles Second Trumpet Gates, Clara Sutherland, Eleanor Saxophone Burdette, Jerry McLeod, Roger Tromlnones' Miller, Jimmy Glass, Roy Drums Gralton, Robert Taylor, James Piano Jones, Jean Tuba Greaver, VVarren M g j i N , ,t lze george lfwasfzington Qsjclzool Qanals The George Washmgton Band opened its 1941-42 season under its new director, Mr. Swing S. Jackson. During the fall, t'he band gave many performances in assemblies, pep . meetings, and football games. The much publicized corps of Sergeantettes, led by Majorette Janet Hoff added color and Hash to the between-half formations at the games. After a suc- cessful presentation of the George Waslungton Follies as an assembly program, the band looked forward to the Music Festival at Richmond, determined to keep the Superior rating it now holds. Taking Streamliner for Salem. of Maury' Same ' Between halves . Principal Moncure demonstrating how we to do it. arsity Cgaootlnall VARSITY SQUAD Left to right, first rqw: Harvey Daniels, James Sulr, Jack Beach, Bill Wihon, Dalton Dove, Billy Bell. Second rmv: Martin Foltz, Julius Caporaletti, Eugene Spittle, Johnny Shelton, James Deetcn, Buddy Eason, Paul O'Brien. Third row: Robert Thomas, Manager, Coach Doran, Noble Stewart, Robert Fones, Henry Grimm, Curtis Kirby, Douglas Feagens, Leon Chisolm, Assistant Coach Benner, Assistant Coach Zubko. Fourth row: Frank Webb, Hugh Sutherland, Harry ?inn1l:clen, Carlin Allen, Howard Rivenburg, Charles Campbell, Nlarshall u ouser. The George Washington High School football warriors wrote finis to the 1941 gridiron campaign last Thanksgiving Day by tying our traditional foe, Wash- ington and Lee, 19-19. All of you who were there remember how close our boys came to wirming the "Old Oaken Bucket" only to have victory snatched from our grasp during the Hnal minutes of play. Last season the Blue and Gold won a total of Eve games, lost four and tied oneg the most impressive record since 1938. The Doran-Benner duo, as in years before, had to start from scratch at the opening of last ,season's campaign. Promises took shape, however, and on Sep- tember 19, the Rresidents journeyed to Fredericksburg and trounced James Monroe, 31-0. - The second week of the campaign of '41 saw the Blue and Gold on the short end of a 7-2 count accu- mulated by St. Johns of Washington. G. W. started October with a 15-0 Class "A" win over Lane High of Charlottesville. The following week-end the locals trouped South for a game with Petersburg. Here they received their initial Class "A" defeat by losing 12-7. George Washington cut another nick on the win column by scoring over Maury of Norfolk, 12-6. nn 'ii ,' V? , W 'ig Mijn , On October 24, the Presidents humbled Fairfax High, from across the county line, 25-0. Lawrence High School, of Long Island, N. Y., journeyed South on October 31, to- do ight with the locals and returned to their Northland with a 9-0 victory. On November 11, G. W. again took to the road. This time they traveled to Andrew Lewis High School of Salem, and they trekked back home on the tail end of a 19-6 score. as ,aim , COACHES Coaches Benner, Doran, and Zubko, with john Shelton, captain. . W - ii. 5 B-.A SJ.: 5 - " 'L .ln Lf.f1U'e : I' vii? 1' ' 'ak ' Hg-H LI: 1 fm- 44-, ,. X .--.Q ,CJ 'S 7 'i' 'fifhz' .I 1' 75 gif' ' 'QPU - - '-f-TT 7 -. my 14 t' 'Q 1 .Ar ' , '-' :.- , .Aikm- -'.,,w. 1 1--4, , :J , .. -s-,:L........a1. , A---5-w,,2 -- 1q,gWf.-2-385 , . hfglvw -:Zigi - ,ggi , 1.-.,.. " .erffmjh , . ---W . 'ff as-ifhf-fig? wi A ' ' v- -..-u , .?'L,' x -J I in ff , -x 52 Z' .-347: 'Y -,-.na --z J . 'Adj 493+-44. ,yinfY3 " :aff T. rf, mf A .X ,A . fan' , ff .J , ,gf K vvlzjj "E" BP' .'.'9'w'E, . " .f -,. 'S'-:rf ,.6,:y.f 45.5 - A - L A -1-'- -QQ. JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD Left to right, first row: Wilson, James, Fowler, Johng Nolan, Otis, Hutt, Bobg Dunett, Johng Dienelr, Robertg Chalmers, Stephen. Second row: Spittle, Thomas, Meagher, Richardg Kelley, Robertg Boteler, George, Mehl, Robert, Scrivener, Wallace, Johnson, Richard. Third row: NIcGuire, Leo, Grimm, Herbertg Stutzman, Elliottg Riley, John, Hutchinson, johng Mallom, Jerry, Ballenger, Claude. Fourth row: Reed, Johng Neurome, Fredg Romine, Billy, Spittle, Chester, Travis, Lesterg Corbin, Donald. Washington-Lee-De Celle stopped by Grimm. Daniels, No. 29, and Shelton coming up to assist. . cgaootbafl To train and condition boys for the Varsity football squad is the purpose of the Junior Varsity. Our Junior Varsity this year consisted of approxi- rely SZ teams of 62 players. Due to the umber of boys, we separated the Junior Varsity to A class and B class. The smaller, younger an gl. d least proficient boys were in the B class. ' ' . , . , It f - , ' W- Y . . as . 1 M ,,,,, KJ , , . Usually we have had a 135-Ib. squad or as it as commonly called, the Cake Team. As we were able to schedule games, the Cake Team idea was bandoned. ' .in X Q .V The Schedule: . -' "1 1" ' 5 -XX l- entral ....... ....,............ 1 4 ............ G. W. ,........... 13 . L. ............. .............. 2 6 ........ .... . G. W. ........... . 6 . I-I. S. ..,...,..... ....... 7 ....,.,..... G . W. ........... . 6 t. Vernon .......... ....... 6 ,........... G . W. ..,...,..,.. 14 redericlcsburg ..... ...,...19..' .......... G. W. .... ........19 estern ............ ....... 7 ............ G . W. ..,......... 13 Waslmington-Lee Game-Eason breaking up a W.-L. pass. Ill czrslty Qasketball The Presidents' basketball team enjoyed a fairly good season having won 15 games out of 24 for a percentage of .625. The Presidents entered the Central District Division of the Virginia Class A Conference and won second place. They played in the Star Metropolitan tournament, but lost to W. 8: L. in the opening round. The G. W. quintet also tied with W. 86 L. for the Northern Virginia title and the Big Three Title. Calvin Bailey, captain of che team, won a berth on the Virginia All-State Team. SCHEDULE G. W. sc. op. sc. 29 12 .......,.......... ........ W estern ...... ............. 22 .............. ...i,.., A lumni ...... .....,... l 9 27 ........... ............,. G reenbelt ............ ......... 2 5 29 ........... ......,. T homas Jefferson ...... ,.....,.. 2 8 30 .......... .......... H opewell ........ ......... 2 5 3 1 .........., ...... P etersburg ........ ......... 2 O 22 ........... ...... -I ohn Marshall ........ ,...,.... 3 3 25 .,......... .... i.... E a stern .....,..., .,....... 3 8 3 5 ........... ..... F airfax ...... .......,. 2 2 29 .........,. ........ C entral ...... ......... 3 2 17 .......,... ,........... W estern ......,.., ......... 2 3 23 ..,.....,.. ........ W ashington dl Lee ...... ......... 2 7 40 ,........ ,......... G reenbelt ........ ,........ 1 1 23 ,......... .................. T ech ............ ......... 3 1 25 ,......... ........ G eorgetown Prep ..... ......... 2 3 44 .......... ...... F redericksburg ........ ......... 3 2 41 .......... .............. H opewell ...........,... ......... 2 5 43 .......... ....,... Th omas Jefferson ......... ......... 4 7 43 .......... ........ G eorgerown Prep ......... ......... 3 5 18 .......... ...... J ohn Marshall ....... ......... 4 0 32 ......... .......... P etersburg ......,.... ......... 2 2 54 .......... ....., F redericksburg ....... ,........ 2 1 48 ..,.,,.... .. ..... .......... F airfax ....,........ ....,... . 20 42 ....................., Waslungton BL Lee ........, ......... 2 8 VARSITY PLAYERS Capt. Calvin Bailey, Joe Hensley, Russell Herrick, Charles Dombrowsky, Billy Bell, Jack Blackburn, Chilton Raiford, Lawrance Bibb, Dick Downey, Wallace Scribner, Allen Glass, Manager Harrison Fisher. 2 Dombrowsky, Captain Calvin Bailey, Joe Hensley agerg Dick Downey, Russell Herrick, Lawrence Bibb Allen Glass, Chilton Raiford, Coach Albert Doran Washington-Le4PShelton, No. B, trying to recover a rebound. Left to right, first row: Billy Bell, "Chuck" Jack Blackburn. Second row: Harrison Fisher, Man: "' v 4 f Lid. L.. ffifui 'IVV to right, first row: Douglas Mitchell, James Wallace Scrivener, Captaing Buddy Tindell, Second row: Coach Louis Schreiner, Edward Conrad, Ralph Ruben, DeArcey Alfriencl John, Eugene Olmi, Manager. This year we had two separate V. teams. Due to duation and other diH'iculties, our original Varsity s whittled down to one man. After the first W. L. e our original V. team became the new varsity. hen the news leaked out that our varsity had been minatecl clown to the last man, several more boys e out for the team. Our second V. team was de up mostly of these. Altogether, the V. was defeated. H3 5. SSE? tL""rL' .Q :nz f ::::: Q? ESE? 'W 5522 E2 Nwiuiu ?"'5' 2-Or-N 'ak zfssgj Q-X Qaigg E 25555. 9 ..ZZO it.. Q, O it 5535 2 ia VI totes . ................ 34 29 TEAM , KEYBAU' Samoa GW-LS BAS jeahefte Lflnch' . Ma!Y Lee Mrs. Marvin' bata Bowman' S 'Chr Bat . hr. Lois Sttlldet' lnez mi Left to fig ' iennlfxgs' Marie NlcD0nald' lean Hixiyets girls ' Qasketball The new intramural system put into practice by the girls' basketball teams this season proved highly successful. Beginning November 28th the four class teams played a total of six games. The Senior team copped honors for first place. The up and coming Freshman team proved that class is no obstacle, coming in for second place. Third place is held by Juniors and fourth, by the Sophomores. H4 . , ..,,. ,.g..,w-.,- I Qu' s' onogram President ...........,. .,...,.... M ARY LEE LYNCH Vice-President ............. ........... J EANETTE I-HLLYER Secretary-Treasurer ................ EVELYN FITZGERALD Sponsor ,........,...............,.....,...................... MRS. MARTIN The Monogram Club, one of the newly formed clubs in school, was organized to keep the girls interested in school sports and activities. This year the membership has been increasing steadily. I-Iere's to the club's success and to Mrs. Martin, the sponsor! H5 Franz Row fLcft to Rigbtjz Renshaw, ,lol-mg Hutt, Robertg Berl, Billyg Raiford, Chiltong Reece, Wesleyg Renshaw, Courtneyg Tindell, Buddy. Second Row: Doran, A. E., Romine, Billyg France, Marvin, Strobeclc, Donald, Meagher, Richard, Mehl, Robertg Newman, jamesg Claylarook, Allan-Mgr. Third Row: Almond, Lewisg Campbell, Charles, Olrni, Eugeneg Sutherland, Hughg Harper, Norman. Qiela' and C7racA The G. W. track squad numbers twenty-one. To some of our boys, track is the main sportg whereas to 'others it is a means of keeping in good physical condition for football or basketball. Our boys go out for all the major events. These are: 100 yard dashg 220 yard dashg 120 yard high hurdlesg 220 yard low hurdlesg M, mileg Z mileg 1 mile and relays for the last three. We also participate in the shot, discus, javelin, broad jump and high jumps. The manager of the squad is Allen Claybrook. Dasbe: B. Romine Billy Bell C. CamPbeu Jim Newman Distances C. Renshaw A. Glass W. Reece E- Carl' J. Renshaw L- Almfmfl- Hurdle: D. Strobeck Bob Hun Jumps' Dick Meazher Eugene Olmi H. Southerland C. Renshaw W. Reece C. Campbell Rglgyg Wffgbff B. Bell L. Almond C. Renshaw N- Harper W. Reece R. Johnson C. Raiford R- M051 J, Dqdge Lai-le J. Renshaw H. Southerland Our field and track squad is divided into six main parts. These, with their members are listed below. This includes a relay team which holds the central district record of 1 minute and 35 seconds for the half mile. A Co RELAY TEAM urtney Renshaw Billy Bell Chilton Raxford Wesley Reece who established a new record in the Central District Meet April April April April April May May May May May May May May May 15 .......,........ Fairfax ................, 17 .....,...,...... Tech ,............., Bottom Scott, Calvin Gicldens, Xe h, Curtis Up to date the G. W. H. S. baseball team is battling on even terms with their opponents. Vic- tories have been won over Fairfax and Mt. Vernon. G. W. was defeated by Fairfax and Fredricksburg. The Tech game was called a tie game 4-4 in the 7th inning. The team lacks experience but they are ex- pected to win a majority of their games. Many good players were lost through failure and graduation. Noble Stewart, captain and hard-hitting pitcher, is doing his part behind the plate. Bobby Bregman, a utility catcher, has played in several games and obtained 3 hits in as many times to the plate. The pitching staff consists of Bill Butts, William Downey, Calvin Bailey, Charles Gicldens, Jack Wheatley, and SCHEDULE .........Home ........,I-lome K X Q C1386 NOBLE STEWART 21 ..,............. Fredricksburg ..... ........, H orne 24 .,.,...,,.....,. Fairfax ..,........,.,.. .......... A way 28 ............... Mt. Vernon ........,. ........, H ome 1 .,.,............ Washington-Lee ........ ......... H ome 4 ................ National Training ................ Home 6 ................ Central .,.......,.........,... .......... A way 8 ............... National Training ......,......... Away 13 ...' .....,..,.,.. G eorgetown Prep ....... .......,, A way 15 ................ Fredricksburg ............. ........, A way 18 ..,............, Washirigton-Lee ..,.... ......... A way 19 ................ Mt. Vernon ............ ......... A way 22 ................ Central .............., ........Home 117 Smith, Stanley Scherr, Bobby Lunceford, Noble Stewart, George t Spittle, Wallace Scrivener, Dick Hudlow, William Butts, Charles Elliot Stutzman, Harrison Fisher fMgr.l. all Russ Herrick. Downey is the only player left from last year's team, while Herrick has been drafted from the shortstop position. Other members of the team are as follows: Elliot Stutzman, Dick Hudlow, Robert Smith, Bobby Lunceford, Stanley Scherr, Cur- tis Kerby, Jack Beach, Robert Spittle, George Scott, Wallace Scrivener, and Harrison Fisher as manager. Capt. Baseball . - ,f ' 1 """"" " "' ' 'A' A "X 1' up 'f' H54 Qatzalwn t Lzeutemmr Colonel WILLIAM DEETCN Sergeant Mayor GEORGE JUNG SING c C2222 Rggfggi F2525 orderly WILLIAM SELLERS Captain ROBERT BRAWNER Pro essor of Mzlztary Sczence and Tactzcs Captaxn KENNETH SHIPP SECOND LIEUTENANTJ L GREEN Fmt Lzeutemmt Adjutant RICI-IA W U s A Lnf Res EELIQJSEEB ASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL CADET Comps 1 ., J-vw., en.- ,. - ,-.L---A .. -. .-,L .,-,,,. ,. . , L ,., ar - Color Se' gem: LJ if! , 1 s i - m 0 Of U' ergean A , Colo' 0 Mfshili liiiliaitjtliernafd Penn Sc W3 s acfet Gorps a es ' rogress uring year s year the George Washington High School Cadet Corps has taken another step forward. We were organized in the fall by our new P. M. S. 66 T., Captain F. J. Cunningham, U. S. Marine Corps. Lieutenant Colonel Billy Payne headed the Corps until his graduation in February, and Cecil Spaulding com- manded the Auxiliary Unit. One of the highlights of the Hrst semester was the trip made to Chancellorsville, Virginia, by the ofiicers to visit the Civil War battlefields. On December 19, 1941, Colonel Kelland f h rom t e War Department inspected the Corps, which gave an excellent account of itself in the review staged in the Colonel's honor In Februar 1942 B'll y, , 1 y Deeton was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, Cecil Spaulding being promoted to Major of the Auxiliary at the same time. Second Lieutenant L. Green, U. S. Army Infantry Reserve, succeeded Captain Cunningham as Professor of Military Science and Tactics. The Cadets participated in the pageant given at the January Commencement, enacting the part of the soldiers of the first World War. This pageant portrayed the American way and spirit at various critical times in our history and was well received by a capacity audience. Boys and girls of the Cadet Corps ushered at Commencement too. The climaxes of the year for the Corps were the annual Competitive Drills with Washmgton-Lee I-Hgh School of Arlington, Virginia, May 15, 1942, and with Randolph-Macon Academy May 9, 1942. We,fthe members of the Cadet Corps feel that we have the res onsibili f ' at p ty o settmg an example of alert p riotism or our fellow students, and we shall endeavor to discharge this duty faithfully. Thi t Cariton Dav1S,C r ral Catton Capt. Douglas Schooley lst Lt. Robert Snapp 2nd Lt. Kenneth Shipp lst Sgt. Aubrey Barnett ...ll 1ST PLATOON Plc. Sgt. George Hall Corp. Thomas Tanner fguiclej ' Cofporals Alvin Deaver Elmer Horseman Raymond Sullivan ZND PLATOON Plt. Sgt. George Sing Corp. George Burgess fguiclej Corporal: Donald Payne John Duncan James Bryan Company MQ? 9' C? Capt. Robert Duval lst Lt. Ray Clark lst Lt. Albert Grenaclier lst Sgt. Carl Garrison 1ST PLATCON Plt. Sgt. Joseph Blanton Guide Sgt. Harold Harris Corporal: George Sloan Robert McArtor David Comell ZND PLATOON Plt. Sgt. Willimn Purple Corp. Billy Martixi fguiclel Corporal: Birchard DeWitt Pvt. Auzville Jackson facting cpl ompany GCD 9' C is company Capt. William Deeton 1st Lt. Richard Slater 2nd Lt. Haywood Johnson lst Sgt. Randolph Weadon IST PLATOON Pit. Sgt. Charles Baumann Pvt. Bernard Penn fguidej Corporal: Clarence Meade Daniel Kelly Jack Dreifus ZINTD PLATOON Plr. Sgt. Robert Walsh Guide Sgt. Marold Carter Corporal: Jack Wheatley Ralph Milli James Griflin 'Wa 1ST PLATOON Plc. Sgt. Betty Dyson ZND PLATOON Major Cecil Spaulding Corporal: Plr. Sgr. Elizabeth Schafe lst Lt. Wilhelmina Bruify Helen Barley ' Comomls 2nd Lt. Arlene Bibb Ethel Palmer Mary Gutherie lst Sgt. Elaine Miller PCSSY Jeffers 121 Betty Ann Whalen 0 on -' Ht OI'4'l'l ompany Sergeant Major George Sing Plt. Sgt. Calvin Major Guide Sgt. Jimmy Newman Corporal: Billy Harris ' George Brown Thomas Fitzhugh Q ecruit Gompany 'Capt. Kenneth Shipp lst Lt. Carl Garrison Znd Lt. Randolph Weadon Sgt Dick Hudlow Corporal Eugene Recker 5 sc ss A I Olnpdny Major Cecil Spaulding 1st Sgt. Elaine Miller Sgt. Betty Dyson ,..---- , .-f-v1---e -f---H 'Y a Captain of Team, CAPTAIN ROBERT BRAWNER The Rifle Team has enjoyed one of its most active Trips were taken to the University of Mary- and St. John's College, and the team partici- in a three-way match with V. P. I. and St. We were hosts to St. john's and the First Team on our range, and the team thoroughly the postal matches for Third Corps Area and the Hearst Trophy Match. Improvements are being made in the range and these are completed, the Cadet Corps will one of the finest ranges in this area. America needs men with a knowledge of marks- ansmp, and G. W. is certainly turning out her uota by way of our Rifle Team. Gaclet le eam er lfeam min Robert Brawfg Charles ' h g Cap . SS ' . l ' g row, iff' to Ngo! George Sing' Esfallace Wlgleyi Furs Mag Pvt. Pvt mini, Sergeantqviliam Glasgow, josePh Blantotifj gold gumilifoiiif 'fits Eiaiifaefsdixi.S2-MSW, 55 on ' F' t - in ' I Green r:..?5iP3Y1stsffssafsshifs ssc: L.. W L I 9 l ' C. IE? to riihtz Pvt. Billy Sellers. unf.,ReS. 1 ff The Sabre Club is composed of all the commissioned boy offi- cers of the Cadet Corps. These officers decide the discipline of the K 'Z' Cadets as well as any important military problem that may arise. Only commissioned oHicers of the Cadet Corps are eligible for 1. .r membership in the club. Members Lt. Col. William Deeton ' . ' Capt. Robert Brawner T Capt. James Foster 'A Capt. Robert Snapp Capt. Kenneth Shipp Lt. Richard Slater LT. COLONEL BILLY DEETON Lt. Haywood Johnson President of Sabre Club Lt. Albert Grenadier L . A b B President .............,..........,............. LT. 'coL. WILLIAM DEETON L1 Cfrfgarjfgftfn Vice-President .... , ..... .,...... C APT. ROBERT BRAWNER Lf- Randolph Weadon Lt. Joseph Blanton Secretary-Treasurer ........... ............. C APT. JAMES FOSTER ,ks A.,-,A 1 QW! Qflefdl 3984718 Sabi? 'LL '25 ieutenant ofiwis 4' u .-Aillmvsw-jFEfW:'? , :nf ' e I ea-eau-g, Front row: Wilhelmina Brulfy, lst Lieutenant. Second row: Major Cecil Spaulding, 2nd Lt. Arlene Bibb, Corporal Mary Guthrie, Corporal Helen Barley, Private Harriet Hammond, First Sergeant Elaine Miller, Sergeant Betty Dyson, Sergeant Elizabeth Schafe. Third row: Corporal Ethel Palmer, Corporal Betty Ann Whalen, Corporal Peggy Jeffers, PrivatejFrances Private Norma Wood, Private Luetta Gilhllan. Fourth row: Private Freda Goldmani A", EJ' N is - ui ' 3 ,J - ij j I J ,J Xj jf, rlzgfeadmf, I f KJ ,. ' t .VJ M 1 ,j' T- OFFICERS or LIEUT. LIWIISKI CLUB to right: Corp. Helen Barley, First Lieut. Wilhelmina Bruifey, and First Sgt. Elaine Miller. IST LIEUTENANT WILHELMINA BRUFFY Vice-President ...' .,.. C ORPORAL HELEN BARLEY :Secretary ........ PRIVATE HARRIET HAMMOND Treasurer .,.... 1ST SERGEANT ELAINE MILLER The Lieutenant Liwislci Club was formed in 1936-37 for the Cadet Officers of the Auxiliary Unit. Now the members of the club include the non-commissioned oflicers and designated privates as well as the oflicers. At club meetings, problems of the cadets are discussed and through these forums solutions are found. The Lieutenant Liwislci Club has been active this year helping to make the Cadet Hops successful and in preparing the Auxiliary Unit for its Annual Competi- tive Drills. it s if 1+ 4 Glzevrons The Chevrons Club is composed of the non- commissioned officers of the First Battalion and any others whom the P. M. S. at T. may designate. Improvements of drill are discussed and problems ' pertaining to other phases of military life in the Corps are also thoroughly studied. This club is as important as its senior organiza- tion for every member is a potential oflicer and his present training will greatly benefit him later. . 4 The only officer is George Jung Sing who was elected treasurer. , 1. Sergeant Major George Sing fPresident1 Z. Sgt. Harold Harris f Secretary and Treasurerj 3. Color Sgt. Marshall Struder fsergeant-at-Arrnsj W we 41 SRG. MAJOR GEORGE SING President of the Cbevrons Club . 41 A L l First row left to right 1st Sgr Charles Baumann Sgt Carlton Davis Sgt George Hall Sgt Marold Carter Corp Raymond Sullivan Corp Jack Wheatley Corp Elmer Horseman lst Sgt Robert Murphy Second row left to right Corp Jack Drexfus Corp William Martin Corp William Glasgow Corp Robert McArror Corp William Hoplce Corp Thomas Tanner Corp Ralph Mlls Corp George Burgess Corp John Kiger Pfc Bernard Penn Third row left to nglvt: Corp. Donald Payne Corp. Robsrt Angus Corp. George Sloan Corp, Charles Faulkner Sgt. Richard Hudlow Corp. Alvin Devers Corp. Jack Duncan Corp. Clarence Meade. 126 ADAMS, ELIZABETH .......................... ALBRIGHT, DAVID BENJAMIN... ALLEN, CARLIN .................................... ALLEN, NORMA EVELYN ......,....... ALLEY, RUTH CONSTAN CE .......... ANDERSON, MIRIAM WESTMORELAND ,...... ARMSTRONG, JOANN E .................... ASTRYKE, WALTER PERRY ............ ATI-IEY, ROBERT .,................................ ATTILIIS, ALFRED ..............,.............,. AYERS, EDMOND ALFRED .............. BAKER, HARRY JAMES ..........,......... BARRY, ADRIENNE LILLIAN BARRY, DAVID MORSE ................,.. Pep Club, CadetiClub, Commercial Club. .Photographic Club, Arts at Crafts Club, Pep Club, Social Club. Monogram Club, Basketball, Football. l Dance Club, Pep Club, Social Club. Dance Club. Dance Club, Basketball, Photographic Club, Dramatic Club, History Club, Girls' Reserve. Junior Glee Club, Senior Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Latin Club, Moni- torial Force, Hockey Team. Photography Club, Arts 86 Crafts Club. Spelling Club, Biology Club, Latin Club, Debate Club. Glee Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Skyscraper Club, Pep Club, Band, Stamp Club. P Photography Club, Pep Club. Dramatic Club, V. Football, Silver Dollar History Club, Student Council, Monitorial Force, Popular Music Club, Cadets, Photography Club. French Club, Latin Club, Art Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Social Club, Public Speaking Club, Student Council, Dramatic Club, Dance Club, Homemaking Club. Spelling Club, Public Speaking Club, Student Council. BECKER, MARY CATHERINE .......... Photography Club, Dramatic Club, Public Speaking Club, Home- BIBB, LAWRENCE CLAYTON ........ BLACK, DOROTHY DECIMA .......... BEERMAN, JACQUELINE ........ BLAYLOCK, HELEN .IEANNE ........ BLONDHEIM, DOROTHY RAE ..,... making Club, Commercial Club. Glee Club. Social Club, Pep Club, Silver Dollar History Club. ' Spelling Club, Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Student Coun- cil, Secretary, Vice-President of Senior Class. 1 I-Iomemaking Club, Junior Glee Club, Senior Glee Club, Student Council. Pep Club, Cooking Club, Dance Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Com- mercial Club, Student Council. ' BLOXTON, ASHBY WILLIAM ....,... Pep Club, Dance Club, Glee Club, Chevrons Club. a BLUE, MARIE .......................' ................. Boccr-HNO, Silver Dollar History Club, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Compass Staff, Dance Club. ANTHONY GERALD ...................... Biology Club, Spanish Club. BOLAND, STANLEY REID ................ BOLAND, THELMA LEE ................,. BOLTWOOD, FRANCES .....,...,.......... BOWLING, GEORGIA M. .................... BOWMAN, BARBARA HELEN ........ BRIGGS, ALBERTA MARGARET .... BROOKS, CARL ERUIN .....,... ......... BROWN, CLARA MAE ........... ......... Commercial Club, Skyscrapers Club. Pep Club, Cheerleader, Dance Club, Homemaking Club, Dramatic Club, Softball. Dance Club, Pep Club, Cadets. Spelling Club, Art Club, Pep Club. Latin Club, Spelling Club, Student Council, Pep Club, Dramatic Club, Compass, Library, Biology. Pep Club, Sewing Club, Arts at Crafts Club, Dramatic Club, Public Speaking Club, Retail Training, Glee Club, Latin Club. Pep Club, Dance Club, Airplane Club, Biology Club. Arts ec Crafts Club, Homemaking Club. 127 BROWN, EARLE MONTGOMERY ....., BRUFFY, NEWTON .......,......,. BRYANT, DOROTHY MAE .... BUCHANAN, ROLAND ..,.......,. BUSH, HELEN JOAN ................ BUTLER, DOROTHY LEVVIS.. BUTLER, ELLA FRANCES ...... BUTTS, WILLIAM A. ..............., CARDARELLA, BETTY ROSE . CARROLL, WANDA LATANE CARTER, MILDRED LUCILLE CHADEKEL, JOYCE ...............,,. CLARK, RAY ULYSSES ..........,. COCKERELL, DONALD ...,.....,,. COOK, FLORA ..............,.......... . CORBIN, IRMA LOUISE ........,. CORNELL, MADELYN ELIZABETH ...... COWHIG, WILLIAM LAWRENCE ........ CRAIG, IRVING MARSHALL CRANDALL, WALTER MIDKIFF .,.. CRUMP, JOHN ........,..............,.............. CUNNINGHAM, BARBARA ANN ...,............................ DANIELS, HARVEY ORLANDO ..,.. DAVIS, JACQUELINE MARION .... DAVIS, STEPHEN HENRY ........,..... DE BUTTS, JAMES ,........,....,,,,..........., DEETON, WILLIAM FRANCIS ...,. DENT, MARY AGNES ......................., Photography Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Dance Club, Track. Pep Club, Biology Club, Monitorial Force, Cadets. BRUFEY, DOUGLASS CLARK':iiiiiiii ....,.....Cadet Corps, Band, Skyscrapers Club. Pep Club, Spelling Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Latin Club, Physi- cal Education. Pep Club, Dance Club. Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Arts 66 Crafts Club, Photography Club, Reading Club, Latin Club, Monitorial Force. Pep Club, President of Homemaking Club, State Typing Contest, Dance' Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Basketball, Compass Staff, Dramatic Club, Commercial Club. Vice-President of Homernaking Club, Pep Club, Commercial Club, Library Club, Dance Club, Compass Staff. Arts ec Crafts Club, Spanish Club. Commercial Club, Instructor in Dance Club, Pep Club, Compass Staff. Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Pep Club, Cheerleader, Homemaking Club, Softball Team. Pep Club, Junior Glee Club, Cadets, Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Com- mercial Club. Pep Club, Art Club, Dance Club, Hornemaking Club, Commercial Club. Biology Club, Dramatics Club, Spanish Club, Cadets, Chevron BL Sabre Club. Photography Club, Arts Club, Dramatic Club, Dance Club. Pep Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Commercial Club, Pep Club. Dance Club, Junior Glee Club, Pep Club, Dramatic Club, Homemaking Club, Commercial Club. Monitoriaxl Force, Pep Club, Dance Club, Photography Club, Cadets. Radio Club, Cadets. Band, Chevrons Club, French Club. "Cake" Team, Track Team, V. Football, V. Basketball, V. Foot- ball, V. Basketball, Monogram Club. Lt. Liwiski Club, Dance Club, Pep Club. Football, Drafting Club, Monitorial Force. Dance Club, Pep Club, Homemaking Club. Pep Club, Dance Club, Commercial Club, Basketball, Monitorial Force. Photography Club, Biology Club, Monitorial Force. Skyscrapers Club, Chevrons Club, Arts Club, Compass Staff. Glee Club, Pep Club, Arts BL Crafts Club, Latin Club, Public Speaking Club, French Club, Social Club, Compass StaE, Dance Club, Debate Club, Dramatic Club. 128 'F-Y 1,4 . J J- .f ,f.,,?:,-, ,i , , 3, .7 -W 3 '251 af Jfpii- 'E .4 ,.,f- -- :',J 1: -mfr -1 A L ' '11 :' f ,J ' " sf'-3 in z . H ' 7 L 1 ri .-:hw -- Eg i QE . A ' .. ,- . 1 1 . 5 C H ' -'L-LL, it W 5' 1 .' 'AE , 4, -E:- I I' I., 'L . EH ,E . ' H fi 5, , 1 4 iw 18. W xy.: 1 - I A, . r , , X M X 4 . ,' "- if H' - 1 -A - jx tw- 1 'W . , S' , w 0 ' ' ' g , :x -x1 6 A Q IEEE Ill I f 1.- ll' ""'!l 5 . 4,5 9 tix ai'-5 -4,,,.. wg 1 'Q w...,. dk Q ' U 'N 'v Q . " in I I F ,..,, J- .. DE VAUGHN, RUBY .................,...... Dramatic Club, Social Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Photography DIVELBISS, MARGARET ELLEN .... DODD, RANDOLPH LEE .......,.......... DOVE, GEORGE DALTON ............,... DOWNEY, RICHARD BERNON .,.. DUNCAN, CLARA MAE .................... DUNCAN, WILLIAM LOUIS ...,........ DUVALL, ROBERT ............................,. EDDINS, JACK ...................................,.. ELSEA, JOHN ROBERT .,......,............. ENGLISH, ERN ESTINE LOIS ,......... FEAGAN S, DOUGLAS .........,. FEAGANS, HELEN ..........,...... FITTON, EVELYN ALDINE., FOSTER, JAMES FRENCH, DORIS ..................., ......... FULTON, MARGARET ........................ FUNKHOUSER, MARSHALL ..........,. GAINES, VVILLIAM C. .,..... GILES, JEAN ..............,...... GILFILLAN, MERYLEE MILDRED ......... GILLUM, ALTHEA .................. GIUSEPPE, ELIZABETH ELLEN .... GOODRICH, DAVID .......................... GORDON, MARGARET JEAN .......... GORI-IAM, GENEVIEVE ELIZABETH ............ GRALTON, ROBERT ANDERSON ......... ......... Club, Lt. Liwiski Club. Spelling Club. Reading Club, Dance Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Football, Dance Club, Biology Club, Monogram Club. Baseball Team, Basketball Team, Monogram Club. Pep Club, Spelling Club, Dance Club, Commercial Club, Sewing Club. Pep Club, Stamp Club, Photography Club, Radio Club. Baseball, Student Council, Spanish Club, Sabre Club, Chevrons Club, Photography Club, Football. Arts 66 Crafts Club, Drafting Club, Dramatic Club. Pep Club, Spelling Club, Dance Club, Spanish Club, Student Council. Cadets, Homemaking, Commercial Club, Pep Club, Retail Training Club. Track, Football, Monogram Club, Pep Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Social Club, Silyer Dollar History Club, Hornemaking, Art Club, Pep Club. Glee Club, Dance Club, Hornernaking Club, Dramatic Club. Cadets, Public Speaking Club, Sabre Club, Glee Club, Pep Club, Spelling Club. Spelling Club, French Club, Pep Club, Dance Club. Silver Dollar History Club, Pep Club, Sewing Club, Glee Club, Dra- matic Club. "Cake" Team, V. Football, V. Football Team, V. Basketball, Base- ball, Track, Arts 66 Crafts Club, Monogram Club, Biology Club, Pep Club. Dance Club, Reading Club, Social Club, Skyscraper Club, Monitorial Force. ' Cadets, Homemaking Club. Glee Club, Pep Club. Cheerleader, Pep Club, Dramatic Club, Reading Club, Dance Club, Homemaking Club, Field Hockey Team. Homemaking Club, Glee Club, Public Speaking Club, Library Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Dance Club, Pep Club. Pep Club, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Stamp Club, Ping Pong Club, Speech Arts Club. Latin Club. Homemaking Club, Dramatic Club. Band, Latin Club, Biology Club, Chevrons Club, Dramatic Club, Chair- man of Senior Dance Committee. 130 GRAUMANN, NORBERT RYDER .......,....... ......... GRAVES, JOHN ADAMS ..,.,............. GREEN, CAROLYN ESMOND ......... GRIGSBY, MILDRED DALLAS ....... f GRIMES, CHARLES ARTHUR ....,..... GRIMM, GORDON .................,..,...,....... HALL, JIM .....,....,....... ......... HANCOCK, LEE ...........,........... ...L..... HANCOCK, MITCHELL W. ..........,. HARMON, ROLAND ALFRED .......... HARRINGTON, BURTON MELUIN ......... ......... HARTNEEL, VIRGINIA ..,...........,....,.. .Pep Club, Sewing Club, Commercial Club, Social Club. HAUGH, MADELIENE JUNE ......,. HASENBUHLER, ALICE ......,..,......... Art Club, Biology Club, Chairman of Subscription Staff of Compass. Cadets, Photography Club, Chevrons Club, Monitorial Force, Skyscrapers Club, Biology Club, Pep Club. Spanish Club, Biology Club, Monitorial Force, Dance Club Qinstructorj , Ping Pong Club. Homemaking Club, Pep Club, Commercial Club. Track, Football, Pep Club, Monogram Club. Monitorial Force, Pep Club, Ping Pong Club, Retail Training Club, Commercial Club, History Club. Reading Club, Student Council, Subscription Staff of Compass, Moni- torial Force. Dance Club, Spanish Club, Pep Club, Retail Training Club, Monogram Club, Biology Club, Photography Club. Monitorial Force, Junior Varsity Football, Pep Club, Arts 86 Crafts Club. Pep Club, Skyscrapers Club, Monitorial Force, Photography Club. Pep Club, Retail Training Club, Arts 65 Crafts Club. Wmter Sports Club, Daisy Chain, T. O. P., Dramatics Club. Pep Club, I-Iomemaking Club, Dance Club. , I-IAYNES, CLAUDE LEON, Jr ........... Glee Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Pep Club, Monitorial Force. HERRICK, RUSSELL .......................,.... HELGESEN, ELEANOR .....,..........,..... HEWITT, FRANCIS OTTO ........,..... HICKS, RICHARD .......................,........ HIGGINS, JIMMIE ..,.....,.......... ......... HILLARD, HELEN LOUISE ...........,.. I-IILLYER, JEANNETTE NEILSON ....,..........,.. HOFF, JANET LOUISE .........,. ......... I-IOFF, JOANNE ELLEN ...................,., HOFFMAN, MAR-IORIE AGNES ..... HOOVER, BILL .........................,............ HOPKE, MARY .,....................... ......... HORTON, DAVID LEE ......... ......... HOUSE, KERMIT .....,...... Reading Club, Spelling Club, Debate Club, Pep Club, Library Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Radio Club, Glee Club, Latin Club. Pep Club, Home Economics, Dance Club, Commercial Club, Social Club. Biology Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Latin Club. Dance Club, Biology Club, Pep Club. Commercial Club, Monograxn Club, Baseball, Basketball, Pep Club, Monitorial Force. Glee Club. Library Club, Arts 66 Craft Club, Basketbalb Manager Hockey Team, Third Place Community Poster Contest. Commercial Club, Sewing Club, Dramatic Club, Band Majorette, Pep Club, Glee Club. Pep Club, Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Commercial Club, Biology Club, I-Iomemaking Club, Cooking Club. Orchestra, Band, Dramatic Club, President of Sophomore Class. Public Speaking Club, Latin Club, Reading Club, Spelling Club. Reading Club, Pep Club, Arts BL Craft Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Monitorial Force. 131 HUDSON, MARGARET CHRISTINE ............., Spelling Club, Homemalcing Club, Public Spealcing Club, Library Club, HUGHES, JAMES NELSON .............. HULFISH, HARRIETT VIRGINIA ..,.........,....... HULFISH, JANE PEN NIN GTON ,... I-IUNGERFORD, DOROTHY ............ HURD, THELMARIE ................,......... HUTCI-IISON, JOHN WILLIAM A... JENNINGS, GEORGE RODNEY ...... JENNINGS, JEAN ............................... JENSSEN, SIGVALD THEODORE ......,............. JESTER, RANDOLPH ................,.....,.,. JOHNSON, IZETTA ........................,... JOHNSON, RICHARD HALKUP ..,. JONES, LEWIS .................,.................... JOYNER, EUGENE ......................,....... KAPPEL, LORRAINE .......................,.... KENDRICK, DOROTHY ................., KENDRICK, KARL KENNETH ........ KEN DRICK, LLEWELLYN ............,... KERRICK, ELIZABETH ........ KING, EDWIN .,.............. KORBE, LOIS-JUNE .......... KRAMER, WILLIAM .......... LEHMAN, SHIRLEY .......... LEWIS, FANNIE NEIVES .................. LOCKHART, JACK ................................ LOGAN, WILLIAM GLENN ,........,.... LOWE, CLIFFORD LELAND ......,....... LUCAS, FRANK EDWARD .........,...... LYNCH, MARY LEE ..,.,...................... LYONS, LOUISE HAZEL .................... MAHONEY, SYLVIA ALEASE .....,.. Silver Dollar History Club, Reading Club. Arts BL Crafts Club, Spanish Tournament, Pep Club. French Club, Dramatic Club. Latin Club, Hoclcey Team, Pep Club, French Club, Spelling Club, Dramatic Club. Dance Club. Dramatic Club, Public Speaking Club, Debate Club, Silver Dollar His- tory Club, Dance Committee, Compass Staff, Band, Homernaking Club. Pep Club, Arts ec Crafts Club, Commercial Club, Monitorial Force, Silver Dollar History Club, V. Football. Glee Club, Pep Club. Social Club, Dance Club, Silver Dollar History Club, French Tourna- ment, Monitorial Force, Pep Club. Pep Club, Chevrons, Band, Radio Club, Cadets. Art Club, Dramatic Club, French Club, Retail Training Club. Homernalcing Club, Cadet, Pep Club. Pep Club, Latin Club, Social Club. Band, French Club, Biology Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Football, Baseball, Band, Dance Club. Pep Club, Commercial Club, Cadets. Sewing Club, Dance Club, Glee Club, Retail Training Club, Pep Club. Arts Club, Student Council, Dance Club, Glee Club, Dramatic Club. Glee Club, Student Council, Monitorial Force, Library Club, Reading Club. Cadets, Spanish Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Library Club, Con- testants Club, Spelling Club, Homemakiri Club. ' Cheer Leader, Silver Dollar History Club, Dramatic Club, Homemaking Club. Pep Club, Homemalcing Club, Photography Club, Dance Club, Public Speaking Club, Debate Club. Public Speaking Club, Debate Club, Reading Club, Spanish Club, Dramatic Club, Pep Club. Homemalcing Club, Glee Club, Commercial Club, Cadets, Photography Club, Pep Club, Retail Training Club. Silver Dollar History Club, Spanish Club. Latin Club, Pep Club, Student Council, Monitorial Force. Dance Club, Pep Club, Dramatic Club. Pep Club, Cadets, Photography Club, Chevrons Club, Radio Club. Monitorial Force. Silver Dollar History Club, Dance Club, Commercial Club, Biology Club, V. Basketball Team. Cheer Leader, Dance Club, Homemalcing Club. Spelling Club, Reading Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Commercial Club. l 3 2 A -e--Q 'auf ,,.,.vs..2,. 4.1 'F , MANKIN, LLEWELLYN .................... MARSHALL, RICHARD C ........,........ MARTIN, HAROLD ..............,............... MARTIN, SARAH ELIZABETH ..... MASON, EDDIE ............................,....... MASSY, GERTRUDE .......................... MATTHEWS, ROBERT EARL .......,... MEADOR, BARBARA .....,.................... MEI-IL, ROBERT CHARLES ............. MERCER, GLADYS JEANETTE ...... MERCER, SHIRLEY RUTH ................ MERCHANT, MARTHA GERTRUDE ..............,... MILLER SHELDON ................. MILLS, JUNE ....,.....,............., MITCHELL, DOUGLAS ........ MOLTON, MARGARET ...................... MORGAN, MARIAN A ......................... MOORE, MOORE, MORAN, ROBERT LEE ........................ MORRIS, HARRY HILTON ................ MORRIS, HELEN ELSIE ........ MORRIS, MARGIE LEE ,..................... MORRIS, SAMUEL BROWN ............ MOY, I-IAMM ...................,...............,..,. MULLINS, HOWARD ..............,........ MUNDAY, HERBERT LESLIE ...,....,. MAcMORLAND, MATTHEW HENRY .....,.... ....,..... McCAULEY, ROBERT ....,.....,......,...... DONALD TAVNER ,..,...... LEO ELIZABETH ..............., Silver Dollar History Club, Biology Club, Monitorial Force, Pep Club. Biology Club, Cadet, Student Council, Spanish Club, Photography Club, Debate Club. Stamp Club, Latin Club, Retail Training Club, Ping Pong Club, Pep Club. Library Club, Pep Club. Latin Club, Public Speaking Club, Glee Club, Spanish Club, President of Sophomore Class. Pep Club, Commercial Club, Dance Club. Student Council. I Silver Dollar History Club, Pep Club, Sewing Club, Dance Club, Biology Club, Retail Training Club. Photography Club, Stamp Club, Art Club, Spanish Club, Glee Club. Dramatic Club, Photography Club, Reading Club, Public Speaking Club, Homemaking Club, Dance Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Dramatic Club. Dramatic Club, Cheer Leader, Sewing Club. Chevrons Club, Pep Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Dramatic Club, Social Club, Pep Club, Glee Club, Vice President of Freshman Class. W Stamp Club, Photography Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Treasurer of Sophomore Class. Commercial Club, Dance Club, Library Club. Retail Training Club, Glee Club, Pep Club. Cadets, Rifle Team, Library Club, Chevrons Club. Glee Club, Dance Club, Commercial Club. Band, Cadets, Stamp Club, Glee Club, Pep Club. Pep Club, Reading Club, Dance Club, Skyscraper, Monitorial Force. Pep Club, Dramatic Club, Cadets, Debate Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Commercial Club. Pep Club, Spelling Club, Dramatic Club, Student Council, Monitorial Force, Glee Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Pep Club. Pep Club, Library Club, Photography Club, Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Monitorial Force. Pep Club. Chevrons Club, Pep Club, French Club, Fine Arts Club. Cadets, Chevrons Club, Glee Club, Spanish Club, Pep Club. Chevrons Club, Pep Club, Sabre Club. McCLOSKEY, BOB ................................ Radio Club, Commercial Club, Photography Club, Spelling Club. MCDONALD, ETTA GERTRUDE ,... Pep Club,- Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Cheer Leader, Glee Club. MCDONALD, MARIE .......................... Pep Club, Commercial Club, Dramatic Club, Basketball, Hockey. MCFADDEN, NANCY LOUISE ........ Dance Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Pep Club, Commercial Club, Homemaking Club, Photography Club, Spelling Club. 134 MCGRIFFIN, FRED LANE .....,...,,....... MCINT OSH, CLARENCE MILBURN NALLS, GARLAND KENNEDY ....,... NEALIS, JIMMIE ............................,..... NEWCOME, JOAN ...,......,.......,........... NOONAN, DOROTHY ANN ............ NORRIS, BETTY JANE ...................... NORTHROP, LYDIA ..,..,... NORTON, DUNCAN ........... O'FLAHERTY, DANNY ................,..... PARK, MARION MADELINE ........,.,. PARK, PATRICIA RUTH .................... PARKER, JAMES BRANDON ............ PAYNE, HOWARD VVI-IITE .............. PAYNE, WILLIAM ANDERSON ,... PENN, EUNICE RAY' ....,.................... PERRELL, EARL EUGENE ................ PETERSON, HELEN HISHLEY .,..., PEVERELL, RAY ,................................... PHILLIPS, THOMAS RICHARD .,.... PLASKITT, COURTENAY MORRIS ...............,.. PosEY, EVELYN ....,.....,..,.................... PUGH, RODNEY .....................,............ PULMAN, I-IANNAH VIRGINIA .... RAPER, JEAN ............,............................. REECE, DONALD EUGENE ....,....... REECE, WESLEY ...,............................,. REED, ALFRED LNGVALD .........,...... Cadets, Band, Social Club, Latin Club, Compass Staff, Student Council, Debate Club, Football, Track. Pep Club, Stamp Club. Cadets, Pep Club, Glee Club, Band, Photography Club. Public Speaking Club, Band, Drafting Club, Compass Staff, Dramatic Club, Pep Club. Dance Club, Dramatic Club. I Dance Club, I-Iomemaking Club, Glee Club, Commercial Club. Pep Club, Dance Club, Spelling Club, Arts 66 Crafts Club, Commercial Club, Glee Club. Biology Club, Dramatic Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Dance Club, Library Club, Pep Club. I Biology Club, Pep Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Spanish Club, Pep Club, Stamp Club, Student Council, Social Club, Radio Club, Biology Club. Library Club, Pep Club. ' Student Council, Glee Club, French Club. Photography Club, Dance Club, Debate Club, Biology Club,- Stamp Club. Silver Dollar History Club, Student Council, Dance Club, Football, Social Club, Biology Club, Drafting Club. Pep Club, Chevrons Club, Cadets, Pep Club, Student Council, Sabre Club, Monitorial Force. Pep Club, Dance Club, Glee Club, Basketball. Monitorial Force, Skyscraper Club, Biology Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Marionette Club, Pep Club, Dramatic Club, French Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Glee Club. ' Glee Club, Fine Arts Club, Pep Club, Monitorial Force, Social Club, Dance Club, Biology Club, Photography Club, Student Council, Ping Pong Club. Photography Club, Pep Club, Biology Club, Public Speaking Club, Spanish Club. Pep Club, Latin Club, Public Speaking Club, Compass St:-15, Spelling Club, Arts 66 Crafts Club, Dramatic Club,:fMonitotial Force. Pep Club. Photography Club, Airplane Club, Pep Club. I-Iomemaking Club, Dance Club, Pep"Club. Dance Club. Pep Club, Commercial Club, Glee Club, Band. Track Team. Biology Club, Ping Pong Club, Monitorial Force, French Club, Retail Training Club. 135 REED, BETTY ANNE ................ REID, GERALDINE ELIZABETH ,... REID, JOHN EDWARD ...,......,. REILY, PHIL KEY ....,.,...,,.,...,,,,,,..,,,,,,. REYNOLDS, BETTIE LEE ........ RIVES, JANE .......A...........,......,..... ROBERTS, NANCY E DEAN ,.... ,........ ROBINSON, CLARA ..................., ROLLINS, JOYCE ALETHA .... ROMAN I, LILLIAN ........,..........A.......... ROSENBERGER, DOROTHY ALLEN ............ ROW, THOMAS .................. ...,...... ROXBY, DOROTHY LEE ......,.....,....... RUBEN, RALPH HOWARD ...,.......... RUSSELL, JOHIXI HUBERT .........,.... SALMONSOHN, MARJORIE ,.........., SANBORN, MARY ..,.....,. SARLE, PATTY .......,........ SAVAGE, EDWARD ................. SCHLAG, WILLIAM RAPHAEL ...,.. SCHOOLEY, DOUGLAS ....................,. SELLERS, ROBERT GODFREY ,......... SELLERS, SUZANNE ....,..... SHACKLETT, DOTTIE ........................ SHELTON, JOHN WESLEY ...,........., Library Club, French Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Social Club. Dance Club, Pep Club, Homemaking Club. Aircraft Club, Pep Club, Commercial Club, Monitor, Glee Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Student Council. Spanish Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Dance Club, Dramatic Club, French Club, Ping Pong Club, Hobby Club, Commercial Club, Glee Club, Compass Staff, Pep Club. Latin Club, Student Council, French Club, Dance Club, Dramatic Club, Public Speaking Club, Orchestra. ' Library Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Spanish Club, Dance Club, Compass Staff, Dramatic Club, Monitorial Force. Pep Club, Cadets, Commercial Club, Dance Club. Homemaking Club, Pep Club, Commercial Club, Dance Club. Homemaking Club, Commercial Club. Latin Club, Public Speaking Club, Reading Club, Dramatic Club, Library Club, Drum Majorette. Movie Production, Stage Operations Manager, Charge of Lighting System. Glee Club, Monitorial Force, Latin Club, Basketball, Arts 86 Crafts Club. Reading Club, Photography Club, Cake Team, Dance Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Pep Club. Biology Club. Pep Club, Spelling Club, Theodore Ficklin Literary Society, French Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Public Speaking Club. Public Speaking Club, Latin Club, French Club, Dramatic Club, Social Club, Library Club, Compass Staff. Senior Class President, French Club, Latin Club, Dance Club, Glee Club, Arts 86 Crafts Club, Dramatic Club, Orchestra. Cadet, Chevrons Club, Spanish Club, Biology Club. Pep Club, Dance Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Social Club, Dra- matic Club, Vice President of Junior Class. Compass Staff, Reading Club, School Page, Spelling Club, Vice President of Sophomore Class, President of Junior Class, Secretary Senior Class. Biology Club, Marionette Club, Fine Arts Club, Social Club, Pep Club, Glee Club. Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Public Speaking Club, Arts dl Crafts Club, Pep Club, Compass Staff. Pep Club, Dance Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Home Economics Club, Commercial Club. Monogram Club, Dance Club, Student Council, Cadets, Chevrons Club, Football, Basketball, Baseball. SHERERTZ, GENEVIEVE HIGHT. Cadets, Band, Arts 86 Crafts Club, Library Club, Dramatic Club. SHUMWAY, ROBERT MCFARLAND ,..........,........ Pep Club. SIEGEL, HELEN BERNICE ..,......,...... Photography Club, Biology Club, Spanish Club, Homemaking Club, Compass Staff. l 3 6 " 'T fl J I v ur .D , rw, jf if I 1 iw ,u mm. 13, n Q15 w w , . A. ' I U47 IH -rn SIMPSON, JAMES! ........ ..,...., SLATER, RICHARD .....,...A.,.. ....,.,. SMALL, CONSTANCE ........ ........ SMITH, INEZ ....' ........,..,..,....I.. ......,. SMITH, JAMES, A. W .......,, ..,..... SMITH, MARIAN ..T.......,.....,. ,.....,, SMITH, ROBERT LEE .......................... SNAPP, ROBERT MOODY ................ SOLOMON, MARTHA LOUISE ...... SOLOMON, MARVIN RANDOLPH .................... SPAULDING, CECIL CAYLOR ......,. STEWART, NOBLE .............................. STOUFFER, HELEN ........,................... SULLIVAN, DAVID OLIVER .......,.. SULT, JAMES BENNETT .........,.- ....... SUTHERLAND, HUGH ........ ........ SWEATT, EDITH ............ ........ TALBOTT, RICHARD COMPTON ...,.....,.......... TAYLOR, SIMEON PIPKIN III ..,...., TAYLOR, VIRGINIA EDNA ...........,.. THOMAS, HELEN CLINE .................. THOMAS, LUTHER AUSTIN, Jr .... . THOMAS, ROBERT ......,..,..................,. THOMPSON, VIRGINIA LOUISE ......,... .,...... TINDELL, JIMMY ............ ......,. TODD, DORIS ......., ..,.,... Photography Club, Dance Club, Student Council. Spelling Club, Pep Club, Chevrons Club, Sabre Club. Arts 66 Crafts Club, Compass Staff, Dance Club, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Pep Club. Pep Club, Basketball, I-Iomernaking Club, Dance-Club. Skyscrapers Club, Monitorial Force, Band. Commercial Club, Homemaking Club, Pep Club. Baseball, Pep Club. Pep Club, Cadets, Glee Club, Chevrons Club, Sabre Club, Dance Club. Pep Club, Spelling Club, Dance Club, Homemaking Club, Commercial Club, Student Council. Biology Club, Radio Club, Pep Club. Cadets, Lt. Liwiski Club, Compass Staff, Latin Club, Glee Club, Public Speaking Club. Football, Track, Baseball, Monitorial Force, Monogram Club, Pep Club. Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Pep Club. Pep Club, Skyscrapers Club, Photography Club, Drafting Club, Moni- torial Force. Dance Club, Pep Club, Glee Club, Football, Monogram Club, Basket- ball. Football, Track, Pep Club. Spelling Club, Pep Club, Hornemaking Club. Pep Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Spanish Club, Dramatic Club. Dramatic Club, Pep Club, Latin Club, Spelling Club, Compass Staif, Dance Club, Photography Club, Chevrons Club, Biology Club, Debate Club, Theodore Ficklin Literary Society, Cheer Leader. Dance Club, Spanish Club, Social Club, Pep Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Pep Club, Arts 61 Crafts Club, Compass Staif, French Club. Pep Club, Spanish Club, Cadets, Chevrons Club, Biology Club, Arts 86 Crafts Club. ' ' Dance Club, Cheer Leader, Manager Football Team, Monogram Club. I-Iomemaking Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Pep Club. Basketball, Silver Dollar History Club, Nlonitor, Ping Pong Club, Pep Club, Popular Music Club. Dramatic Club, Marionette Club, Latin Club, French Club, Library Club, Student Council, Art 66 Crafts Club, Pep Club. 138 3 Ar TOWSEY, ANNEELIZABETI-I ........ TURNER, BARBARA .....,..,,,,,...,........., UMHOLTZ, ARTHUR FRANK .....4 VINCENT, ELLALEE FAIRFAX DAVIS ..,....,.. WALKER, DAVID EUGENE ............ WATSON, DOROTHY MAY ,........... WATSON, JACK ,....4....,......................... WEAVER, BERTHA M ....... ....... WEBB, FRANK ................,.... ......,.... WEIL, ELAINE ...,.,.....,.,,..........,...,.,.,.... WELCH, CHARLES DOUGLAS ..,..... WERNER, MARY LOU ......... ......,,... WEST, BEN .........,.................................. WICKER, KAROLINE .......................... WICKER, WILLIAM ADOLF ,,.......... WILBURN, BETTY .............,....,...,....... WILLIAMSON, ALTA CHARLOTTE ........... A.,........ WILLETT, MYRT ,........,......... ..,..,,..., WILSON, ELEANOR JEAN ................ WILSON, ODIS .........,......,....,.........,..... WILSON, WILLIAM WALLACE ..... WINGATE, MILDRED LEE ............., WOOD, JOYCE ..,,....,.................,.........,, WOOD, TONI .......,............,................... WOOD, PAULINE RYDER .......,...,.... WORTI-IINGTON, JACK T ............... YATES, MARGARET LOUISE ...,.... ZIEGLER, GWENDOLYN ANN ...... Dramatic Club, Pep Club, Photography Club, Cadets, Library Club, Commercial Club, Spelling Club. Pep, Club, I-Iomemalcing Club, Commercial Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Cadets, Band, Biology Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Nlonitorial Force, Dance Club, Compass Staff. Reading Club, Latin Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Compass StaE. Band, Motion Picture and Sound, Projector Operator, Chevrons Club. Pep Club. Pep Club. Commercial Club, Pep Club. Football, Pep Club. Pep Club, Reading Club, Silver Dollar History Club, French Club, Compass StaE, Monitorial Force. Cheer Leader, Pep Club, Marionette Club, Dance Club, Social Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Dramatic Club. Arts 85 Crafts Club, Dramatic Club, Glee Club, Basketball, Spanish Club, Public Speaking Club. Pep Club, Dance Club, Football, Monitorial Force. Pep Club, Homemalcing Club, Commercial Club, Social Club. Spanish Club. Homemaking Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Library Club, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Commercial Club, Silver Dollar History Club. Pep Club, Dramatic Club, Silver Dollar History Club, Social Club, Homemalcing Club. Glee Club, Pep Club, Latin Club, French Club. Cadets, Chevrons Club, Glee Club, Pep Club. Monitorial Force, Dance Club, Football, Pep Club. Dance Club, Homemaking Club, Commercial Club. Arts 66 Crafts Club, Library Club, Compass Staff, Dance Club, Latin Club, Student Council. Library Club. . Pep Club, Cadet. Biology Club. Spelling Club, Pep Club, Home Economics Club. Homemalcing Club, Dance Club, Library Club, Pep Club. 140 ywznafz, Cyiacao ' Al.ExANomA.vA. AL. 3059 "Creators of Lifelike Portraits" Acknowledges with appreciation their selection as official photographers for the G. W. H. S. Yearbook, "The Compass." We extend to the faculty and student body our thanks for their most welcome and helpful co-opera- tion in assisting us to make this year's Compass a grand success. The Compass Staff wishes to express its appre- ciation to everyone whose contributions have aided in the publication of the 1942 book. We hereby urge a1I of our readers to patronize our advertisers. CUNNINGHAM - gd FINEST FUNERAL HOME m Northern Virginia o Lady Embalmer All Packard Equipment I TELEPHONES: ALexandria 1800 and 'I'Emple 4580 C. 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Everything Electrical Phones: TE. 3366 - AL. 0333 HERBERT BRYANT, Inc Dealer in FARM and LAWN SEEDS MANUFACTURER OF FERTILIZER I ALEXANDRIA. VA. BOHLAYER G PULMAN Inc. Realtors - Loans - Insurances Phone ALex. 2422 105 South Royal Street COMPLIMENTS OF BLUE RIBBON SHOE REPAIR 412 KING STREET Compliments of A F R I E N D COMPLIMENTS or A FRIEND i a Established 1844 WORTH HULFISH 6 SONS Incorporated O HARDWARE 313-315 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. Phones: ALex. 0106 and 0104 COMPLIMENTS or FREDERICK I.. FLYNN Compliments ot CLOVA B. DEMAINE Teacher of the Voice GRAHAM and OGDEN. Inc. REALTORS, INSURANCE, RENTALS 803 KING STREET Alexandria. Va. Phone ALex. 1300 r IOHN MCCUEN 6 CO. Founded by Iohn McCuen, 1915 MARTIN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Phone ALex. 0708 1121 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. coMPL1MENTs or ALEXANDRIA HAY 6. GRAIN CO. Compliments of A F R I E N D MIC,HELBACH'S Home of Fine Furniture Est. 1908 Alexandria, Va. ALEXANDRIA STUDIO 418 KING STREET Phone AI.ex. 0491 M. Loeb, Proprietor Studio and Home Portraits a Specialty Alexandria, Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF EDGAR WARFIELD, IR. DRUGGIST Compliments oi A F R I E N D Compliments of A F R I E N D Phone ALex. 1206 PALACE CLEANERS COMPLIMENTS or ' Cleaning, Pressing DR I C M MOR Dyeing, Repairing o PRINCE and ROYAL STREETS Alexandria, Virginia COMPLIMENTS or VIRGINIA ROOF 6. SHEET I A Y E ' S saz KING sTnEE'r METALS, Inc. 600 North Henry Street Phone ALex. 3700 COATS-SUITS-DRESSES'-LINGERIE Phone, ALex. 0056 Compliments of MERRILL C. LYNCH S. S. KRESGE COMPANY Drugs C. E. LANCASTER, Manager REED THEATRE BUILDING Alexandria, Virginia Phones, ALex. 2525 and 2526 '33 .fgfixancvfria air? lQA0c!uclf5 CJ., nc Comer Pitt and Princess Streets ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA Homogenized Vitamin D and Golden Guernsey Grade A Pasteurized Milk and Cream Gilt Edge Butter - Eggs - Cottage Cheese COIVIPLIMENTS OF RICHARD L. RUFFNER I. 'KENT ' WHITE Our Business Is Selling Better Electrical Appliances 502 KING STREET Phone ALex. 0002 for Our Services THE FAMILY. SHOE. MART WE SPECIALIZE IN SPORT SHOES FOR G. W. -STUDENTS 518 KING STREET AI.ex. 4107 MONTICELLO DELICATESSEN 2304 MT. VERNON AVENUE Fresh French Bread made every Sunday Open till 11 P. M. Compliments of TUCKER'S CANDY SHOPPE LUCHITTS HARDWARE PAINTS and HARDWARE Phone ALex. 0086 2419 Mt' Vernon Avenue King and Royal Streets Alexandria, Va. LYLES I. C. PENNEY. INC. FLORIST DEPARTMENT Phone AI.ex. 2430 905 King Sireel I Y -' SGIVICE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE COMPLIMENTS OF ' W H E A 'I' L E Y "Where Savings Are Great" FUNERAL HOME 615 KING ST. Phone AL. 0046 I. S. EVERLY SUNSHINE MARKET Where You Get the Most For Your Money SERVICE or SELF-SERVICE 601 North Columbus Sireet Phones, ALex. 2659 and 2660 WE DELIVER WITHIN A TEN-MILE RADIUS ALEXANDRIA, VA. I. V. MULLIGAN COLLEGE, SCHOOL and FRATERNITY IEWELRY 1110 F STREET NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, D. C. 621-623 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA. VA HARDWARE and ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT "We Sell Something of Most Everything" 1VIILLER'S 800 KING STREET PHONE ALEX. 1157 HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS-GARDEN IMPLEMENTS-WINDOW GLASS-GIFTS HOUSE FURNISHINGS SAPOLIN QUALITY PAINT We Deliver Compliments of ROBINSON MON CURE MONTICELLO BEAUTY SALON All types oi Beauty Service including Reducing and Slenderizing Treatment. 2419 Mt. Vernon Avenue ALex. 3434 Good Bedding and Furniture DRUGGISTS I. C. Gaines Cor. King and Royal Streets Phone ALex. 0022 1225 KING STREET Phone Allex- 3583 Compliments of CARL BUDWESKY ATTORNEY A L B E R T W EIL Pharmacist O N. W. Corner King 6: Peyton Sis. Phones, ALex. 1319 and 9392 Alexandria. Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF ROGER C. SULLIVAN City Treasurer MENDELSON'S HARDWARE Hardware and Painters' Supplies 1100 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. Dial, AI.. 0766 QUALITY SHOE STORE Abe Rosenberg. Prop. 431 KING STREET Headquarters Red Goose Shoes for Boys and Girls ROSEMONT PHARMACY PROMPT DELIVERY No. 1 East Walnut Stree! Phone ALex. 4321 PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS S. F. DYSON 6. BRO. IF IT'S REAL ESTATE "We Have ll" 420 King Street Phone. ALex. 0278 624 KING STREET AL' 0933 Compliments of WALTER C. DAVIS Alexandria's Electrician WASHINGTON and KANE REALTORS - LOANS - INSURANCE Phone ALex. 1621 1615 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. CService Cleanersl SOUTHERLI Dry Cleaning Co. Protect your valuable Furs and winter Garments in our Modern Cold Storage Vaults EXPERT AND A DEPENDABLE SERVICE Telephones: ALex. 0060 - Ivy 13-000 223 N. PaYne Street Alexandria, Va. W.A.BARNETT GSONS 115 KING STREET Alexandria. Va. o Wholesale Confectioners o Paper Bags-Stationery-Fireworks ARROWSMITH'S t Sportswear DRESSES - SUITS - SKIRTS - BLOUSES SWEATERS and PLAY CLOTHES Sizes 9 to 20 Reed Theatre Bldg. ALex. 3512 1707 KING STREET Open Evenings till 8 LEVIN SON CLOTHING COMPANY I OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS o 424 King Street Alexandria, Va Compliments oi AUTO ACCESSORIES CO.. Inc. King and Commerce Streets ALex. 9540 ADELLE'S BEAUTY SHOP Open Monday. Wednesday and Friday Evenings by Appointment ADELLE THURSTON, Owner 2005 Mt. Vernon Avenue Alexandria. Va. For Quality and Freshness Try "HELEN'S PASTRY SHOP" Home of Homemade Breads, Cakes and Pastries 2302 MT. VERNON AVENUE Compliments of WALTER I. YOUNG Compliments oi DEL RAY DRUG STORE 603 MT. VERNON AVENUE Alexandria, Va. MASONIC VIEW SERVICE STATION Amoco Gas and Expert Lubrication Phone ALex. 3554 isoo KING srnzzr ALEXANDHIA. VA. ALEXANDRIA KODAK STORE A Complete Line of Films, Cameras and Supplies Thrifty Photo Service TED NELBACH, Prop. 1508 KING STREET Compliments ot BERNARD COHEN ATTORNEY AT LAW HOLDEN and COMPANY. Inc. 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