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

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—THE- COMPASS 1944 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF George Washington High School ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA'Otan lv«A UMlVl «A iVt. k«W, ( cawT Y i pTb' K«« t yv « ii oAMVl bcg|» 3co3Vtnu cvtN . u em A • ' fii o p« eu l wWx rtnnV s lVt VBinU fk vO»oN i v 4«fc L r lO V, TV . w» U « v cV, a 4 'a Hul itxV.. wi bioi it 1 U; «V "1 c%nTmut i» eun 4 '• ’r w " Hmwi vu «ci U Wt Ui («A Wn Wui •'tvlhij Vl« S 1 Tv.» ia« a«i»- s+ u tt 5Vi« r i $%M at V»a rv A VOt Aftk. nvancV.» (b V t up T© TV $e,„1 ««r a 4 gj ? « t» V b T fTtt«J bk «u i VOk Kntvo too TVoT S UA. Ce b »« Tbs e- owl'a •'t V «td ,Kca«1 bar 4 tv. H«e ,t.er»a um ji nl vxn , kAnit' «wb U TV YoaK. J.u « » o« « TV «e »XU»T c »»-k bom . Wi ia_ «a« fnt fos ou 4r J V-ept ,a. •u.ft jaW 5«o» - CONTENTS FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIESV v f Wxs tt.rr.t- UJp "tV V «t «t % tttt Mtw, uiK.lt tVi sX.ll • ■ Tn.rvJ. 'Cl vx«i o. ftC«aV fcn.oft. 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Standing: Marjorie Poling, Katherine Campbell, Jean May.MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Seated, Left to Right: Miss Thrift, Miss Katherine McElroy, Miss Helen Id-dings, Miss Thelma Maddox. Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Elizabeth Allport, Miss Margaret Powell, Mr. Irving Lindsey—Dept. Head, Mrs. Josephine Tolbert. SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Eleanor Budge, Miss Grace Patch. Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Ruth Elgin, Miss Dolly Callahan, Department Head, Miss Florence Henderson, Miss Pauline Lambright. 10 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Seated, Left to Right: Miss Unis Woodward, Miss Mary Waller Dickinson, Department Head. Standing, Left to Right: Miss Anne Nowell, Miss Lucille Keeton, Miss Mary Alice Wisman. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Seated, Left to Right: Miss Agnes Reynolds, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Miss Sylvia Somers. Standing, Left to Right: Miss Anne Ratcliffe, Miss Irma DeVault, Miss Stuart Jones, Miss Agnes Carico. 11Professor of Military Science and Tactics Lieutenant Colonel George A. Patrick COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Left to Right: Miss Mary Thurman, Mrs. Ruby Wagner, Department Head, Miss Edna Helm, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Helen Newmark, Mr. F. V. Pultz, Miss Grace Reid, Miss Florence Henderson, Mrs. Claire Walsh. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mrs. Catherine Malone, Department Head. Mr. Philip H. LesterFOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Left to Right: Miss Charlene Kiracofe, Miss Carmen Andujar, Department Head, Mrs. Carey Sentz, and Miss Sylvia Somers. M- v-» HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT to Right: Mrs. Mary Parker and Mrs. Betty Keller. ARTS DEPARTMENTS Seated: Mr. Charles W. Drury, Mr. John A. Larsen, Head of Department. Standing, Left to Right: Mr. Nelson W. Coe, Mr. Hensel M. Miller, Mr. Charles Dunn, Miss Elizabeth Eisenburg, and Mr. Charles Riddle.PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Seated Left to Right: Miss Anne Nowell, Mrs. Martha Fabing, Mrs. Helen Newmark, Miss Ruth Trimble. Standing, Left to Right: Mr. Ray Graham, Mr. Albert Doran, Coach, Mr. Paul Mackey. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Evelyn Monroe, Miss Mary Fogel, Miss Sarah McDuffie, Mr. William Hillman, Miss Sue Florance. Seated: Mr. Archer Millican, Head of Department.“DtoJi K%n, %t ©V to TtM ©u,. © » W ptn- ©V sVk) ar A V eae. a »t 5»wa nfcua act6 . Ou«_ Wctt» Vw . V « patVid u W cuK coupes VwA eVasb WW«ui J w fatt ne -a-. B l IV . M.li ant ioWW hcaqTeA un b Vx ol aeliu-Vies V i»X t uit t© V ©fc. ia«d Vo viun . V»feSfc. i atA ta«3 W . Wfftd VtV»,nA so at rx © Vie "in W vjaVU -mem es v»WV% jJUA .mb VOt o Wfc " • cVast. ( noo»n vx vx»tkl o.n A Vyxoe VeanotA o s V v AAfcn. ntui o-W.N.T.es . VOfc. © sW WvnV ©S oun Aa?n rratts He© 50 Sl6Xitll vn a«A5 Wat U - WV «. A tanr.fcA © ©©.£•. 3uf V)oncst' , ow'A wi»R. aeco n. e yul o A w NUfce - A Wsfc . (WoW Wve a 4 fttmV Ve '? Uk »MI VoLOt. Wim, — Wan lota V W it Ao WV x u - Ake od cane © 3 vV v niVi. V© jt. 5uA 18Georgia Leb Allen Georgia GENERAL Shirley May Allen Shirley GENERAL William Allgood Billy GENERAL Harry Joseph Andrews Harry GENERAL Katherine Fairfield Auman Kathy ARTS 19 Ida Mae Ballard Ide SECRETARIALJames Banks James GENBRAL Charles G. Barrett, Jr. Charlie science Robert C. Baumann Bob GENERAL Frances Corine Beck Frances GENBRAL Joyce Bebslby Joyce GENERAL Donald Edwin Beggs, Jr. Donny ARTS 20Evelyn Berryman Evelyn SECRETARIAL Barbara Best Bobbie ARTS Shirley Anne Blair Taffy ARTS Warren Bledsoe W arren GENERALGrace Brenner Grace V SECRETARIAL Gertrude Brown T rudy GENERAL Phyllis June Brown Phil SECRETARIAL Robert Brown Brownie GENERAL Thelma Aldea Brown Brorvnie general James T. Bryan Jimmy general mMary Jayne Bond M. J. GENERAL Virginia Kyle Booth Jinny SCIENCE Ruth Bowling Ruth GENERAL Beverly Brady Beverly GENERAL 22Irma Geraldine Burdette Gerry SECRETARIAL Robert Lloyd Butler Bob GENERAL DeArcy Campbell Dee GENERAL Henry Campbell Hank GENERAL Iris Miriam Campbell Iris GENERAL Jean McCrbe Bryan Jean GENERALJean Moore Carroll Jeannie ARTS Marold Vernon D. Carter Marold science Marilouisb Chauncey Mel ARTS Paul H. Chisman Paul GENERALWilliam W. Cockerham Billy ARTS Thomas Carle Conrath Lambie SCIENCE Duane Cope Duane general David Cornell Dave GENERAL Eli.aree Cox Polly SECRETARIAL Alice Mae Craig Alice SECRETARIAL 26Patsy R. Curry Pat GENERAL Elizabeth Daggett Elizabeth GENERALAlvin Leslie Deavers Alvin GENERAL Birchard Bliss De Witt Birdy SCIENCE Doris Marie Dickerson Jackie secretarial Joyce Blanche Dickison Joyce ARTS Alvin Gardiner Dodd Alvin general James D. Dodge Jimmy ARTSLeotta Frances Dodson Leota GENERAL Richard W. Dole, Jr. Dick ARTS Walter Scott Downs Walter GENERAL Jack A. Dreifus Jack SCIENCE Pauline Dunbeck Polly GENERAL William E. Duncan Billy SCIENCEMinnie Myrtle Durniak Minnie GENERAL Samuel Addison Durrett Sam GENERAL Lois Duvall Dolly ARTS Betty Packard Dyson Betty ARTSMalcolm Ewing Mugger GENERAL Marjorie Virginia Fagan Margie GENERAL Barbara Farrar Bobbie ARTS 31 Charles Corbett Faulkner Charlie SCIENCEMary Lucille Feaganes Lucille GENERAL Stephen Gronan Field Steve general Esther Louise Finnell Es GENERAL Conrad G. Follansbee, Jr. Conrad SCIENCEJoe Gardner Joe GENERAL Phillip Garland Pete arts Clara Gates Claire general Miriam Gates Mittt GENERAL James Mack Gilfillan, Jr. Mack general Catherine Gill Cathie GENERALBetty Jeanne Gordon Betty GENERAL Thomas Jackson Gore, Jr. Jack SCIENCE Dorothy Joyce Grant Dot GENERAL John Graves Johnny generalMary Nanette Guthrib Nancy SECRETARIAL George Weber Hall George GENERAL Jean Hamlet Toby SECRETARIAL Georgiana Louise Hammond Georgiana artsHarriett Hammond Harriet ARTS Betty Jean Hansbrough Betty Jean general Joyce Hansen Jo GENERAL Charles Hapsas Charley SCIENCE Joan Talbert Haslett Joan GENERAL Roslynn Janet Hauc Jerry GENERAL 36Betty Lee Haugh Betty GENERAL Emma Marice Haverkamp Mar tcc ARTS Katherine E. Helwege Kitty GENERAL Betty Jo Hennesseb Betty Jo GENERAL Edward L. Hinkle, Jr. Eddie GENERAL Harold O. Hogan Hogan SCIENCEEllen Holman Boots ARTS Natalie Elizabeth Hopkins Natalie ARTS Betty Horton Belly general Elmer Horseman Elmer general Jewell Elizabeth Huffman Jewell SECRETARIAL Emilib Elizabeth Humes Lee GENBRAL 38Auzville Jackson, Jr. Auzzy SCIENCE John Storey Jenssbn Johnny GENERAL Haywood Collier Johnson Haywood SCIENCE Betty Lou Jones Bcttic general 39George Norval Knight Whiner ARTS Rosemary Lane Rosie SECRETARIAL Dorothy Mae Leb Dorothy secretarial Dorothy Elizabeth Lennon Dot general Ellen Marion Levy Ellen general Robert A. Levy Robert GENERALBurness Elizabeth Jones Bunny general Douglas Otis Jonhs Douglas GENERAL Thomas Edward Jones Tommy ARTS Daniel M. Kelly Dan GENERAL John G. Kiger, Jr. Bucky ARTS Carol Evon Knight Carol GENERAL 40Alfred Leslie Lewis Al SCIENCE Betty Ballard Lewis Betty GENERAL Elizabeth Lewis Bessie ARTS Nancy Lee Lewis Nan Lee ARTS Laura Lobryan Guercnic GENERAL Ruth Jeanne Ludolph Ruth ARTS 42Charles Rivers Madaris Charlie ARTS Calvin F. Major Calvia ARTS Mary Ainsworth Mann Mouse ARTS David Martin Dave GENERAL William Leicester Martin III Bill SCIENCE Iva Kathleen Mattern Kitty GENERALRobert Clyde McArtor Dinky GENERAL Jane Hodgson McCullough Mickey science Calvin T. McInturff Mac SCIENCE Ellinor Alberta McKennby Ellinor SECRETARIAL Clarence Eugene Meade Chick BOOKKEEPING Betty Nell Michaelback Nellie SECRETARIAL 44Ruby Laura Mostyn Ruby GENERAL Doris Jean Mowery Dot GENERAL Jean Myers Jean ARTS Pauline Rose Myers Pauline artsNorma Jean Osborne Norma Jean GENERAL Doris Julianna Otteson Doris ARTS 46Donald Paynf. Donald GENERA]. Jean Peyton Jean GENERAL June Marie Peyton June GENERAL Daniel Pinholster Daniel GENERAL 47Patricia Kathleen Planck Patty Kay GENERAL John J. Reed John SCIENCE Elsie Theresa Richards Elsie general Joseph Merrill Rideout J. M. SC1ENCB 48Lloyd Ross Pete GENERAL Barbara Ann Rowen Bobbie GENERAL Katherine Ruffner Kay secretarial Barbara Rush Tom secretarial Elizabeth Ann Schafb Liz GENERAL Lyman Stephan Schlosser Steve scienceDoris Mae Scott Scotty SECRETARIAL Jean Courtney Self Jean GENERAL Cecil Hartwell Sheffield Cecil GENERAL Daisy Sherwood Daisy GENERAL 50Lona Leah Simpson Ixyna GENERAL Gene Crichton Singleton Gene arts George James Sloan, Jr. Grippie SCIENCE Robert Cole Smith Smitty SCIENCE William Russell Smith Russell ARTS Betty Jean Sparks Betty generalMarian Gloria Spittle Marian GENERAL Elizabeth Bane Strader Hetty arts Evelyn Anne Sublett Shorty ar is Don Sullivan Don SCIENCE Robert Ernest Taylor Texas GENERAL Marian Louise Tesh Toby SECRETARIAL 52Mildred Lucille Thomas Midgie SECRETARIAL Elizabeth Dorothy Thomasson Dot GENERAL 53 Kathryn Thompson Key ARTS Patsy Valentine Pets ARTS John Wagerman W eg general Betty Lou Watson Betty SECRETARIALBetty Jean Weaver Betty BOOKKEEPING Diana Clare Wbdel Diarut ARTS Peggy Jean Wells P J- ARTS Betty Ann Whalen Shorty SECRETARIAL Jack Wheatley Jack GENERAL Norma Elsie Williamson Norma 54 GENERALJambs 'I'. Wilson Jimmy GFNFRAL Mildred Estelle Winston Michic secretarial 55CELEBRITIES BEST DRESSED Pit Instinct Bob Brcpmn MOST ATTRACTIVE Jean Myers Bob Hutt 57The Junior Class Officers President...............................EDGAR SIMS Vice-President ..............................RALPH PARTLOW Secretary..................................MARILYN MORGAN Treasurer DAVID RICE JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right Clockwise: Ralph Partlow, Bernice Mountcastle, Marilyn Morgan, David Rice, Calvin Jung Sing, Edgar Sims. I 58The Sophomore Class Officers President...................CALVIN JUNG SING Vice-President..............MARY JANE ABDILL Secret ary-T reasurer..........BERNICE MOUNT CASTLE 60616263 The Freshman 64Class 65"DwaViM, t l. U o A'W'C- 50 IVftV Rectal e »o«T%es oac fvui a ! W t VjfcMubtr T VrwrM ©A 1 t A»n t U en yu U Vl ot VkorOt: Uit V ViQOt Jo 5 a aw. 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(k Sw te OjRlti. ftlV Vuj ovi,67lit Row Left to Right: Erlinc Glut, June Howard, Ann Howard Dunn, Bcvcrlc Berry, Secretary; Donald Beggs, President; Nancy Guthrie, Vice-President; Phyllis Brown, Dorothy Crowder, Elizabeth Pass, Mr. Hillman, Sponsor. 2nd Row Left to Right: Mr. Coe, Sponsor; Dean Shucmaker, Lucy Black, Betty Hulmes, Edna Mac Zimmerman, Miss Reid, Sponsor; Marilouisc Chauncey, Frances Campbell, Patsy Nicholson, Jane Blackman, Judy Calloway, Linwood Naylor. )rd Row Left to Right: Joe McGonigal, Bob Hutt, Edwin Coni cm. Herbert Rowe. 4th Row Left to Right: Dick Meagher, Charlie Rammcl, Jean Galloway, Mamie Lee Bolt wood, Myrtle Dionne, Thelma Brown, Bernice Mountcastlc, Anne Bettis, Marie Latham, G. B. Gal yon, Calvin Jung Sing. Mb Row Left to Right: Dick Ess, Jack Topping, Richard Shone, Bill Frasca, Calvin Major, Eugenia Smith. Student Council 68nor 5 AN. r lrn 'ety Or William Martin, Jack Crickcnbcrger, Trilby O'Neil, Shirley Anne Blair, Lorraine Ellison, Betty Rac Nesbitt, Evelyn Rose, Bcvcrlc Berry, Clara Colangclo, Waiter Moore, Alfred Lewis, Jack Drcifus, Barbara Best, Joyce Davis, Jimmy Dodge, Calvin Mclnturtf, Dorothy Lee, Gerry Burdette, Allyn Frasca. Doris Dickerson, Bernard Padgett. 69 ADVERTISING STAFF OF THE COMPASS Katherine Auman, Robert T. Bregman, Charles Falkner, Auzville Jackson, Ruth Jean l.udolph, Elizabeth Lewis, Jack Dreifus, Elizabeth Glover, William L. Martin, Calvin Major, Virginia Apperson.Staff Of The Suveyor EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief........ Associate Editor....... Sports Editor........... Assistant Sports Editor Exchange Editors....... Alumni Editor.......... Service Editors........ Military Editor........ Society Editor. ........ Fashion Editor.......... Humor Editor............ Photography............. ..........Betty Jo Hcnnessee ................Carol Knight ................Marshall Boaz ...........Mary Jayne Davis Betty Jones, Marie Ninncman ...............Leota Dodson Leona Simpson, Barbara Best ...........Catherine Wes don ................Pat Inabinct .................Diana Vedel ...............Kitty Helwege ........... Ernest Bragg BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager.................................................... Betty Rae Nesbitt Advertising Manager........................................................ Fay Clark Circulation Manager.............................................. Marilouise Chauncey ' REPORTERS Frances Beck, Dorothy Thomasson, Barbara Bowen, Marvin Owens, Ellen Holman, Betty Bryan, Joan Haslett. 7] TYPISTS Jean Self, Gertrude Brown, Marian SpittlePublic Speaking Club MISS DICKINSON, Sponsor Seated on the Steps: Bobby Tucker, Francis Lytle, Edward Knight, Everett Hcllmuth, and Bill Wet mo re. Standing: Lois Duvall, Joan Williams, Nancy Ewing, Marian Gordon, Helen Delk, Betty Jane Holman, Unaline Carter, Virginia Wingfield, Jocelyn Chason, Joan Orr, Joan Drischler, Peggy J«n Wells, Jo Grover, Ellen Levy. 72Reading Club MISS KEETON, Sponsor Seated on Wall: Janet Reynold , Barbara Armstrong, Marilyn Blackwell, Ellen Sutherland, Joan Eheart. Right: Barbara Watkins, Eugene Stein, Ruth Meinti, Geraldine Brick, 73 Standing Left to Helen Bruin.Creative Writing Club Left to Right Standing: Elaine Campton, Auzville Jackson, Joan Earheart, Mrs. Smith, Sponsor. Left to Right Seated: Gloria Livermore, President; Audrey Singer, Opal Weeks, Lucy Beach, Secretary; Virginia Boothe, Marie Ninncman. 74AUSTIN CREEL........................................................President AVIS BABER............ Vice-President FREDERICKS HODDICK..................................................Secretary Joseph Calloway, Allan Ballengcr, Claude Ballenger, Robert Malcolm, Bill Wetmorc, Eleanor Hobbs, Edwin Bondareff, Russell Herman, Ruth Ludolph, Bessie Lewis. Bill Ward. Debate Club MISS ROBERTSON, SponsorSpelling Club MISS REYNOLDS, Sponsor 1st Row Left to Right: Bobbie Smith, David Pettit, Edward Gates, Charles McCordic, Norma Wood, Alice Doyle. 2nd Row Left to Right: Marilyn Allen, Mary Lou Lamm, Elizabeth Savage, Patricia Schwab. 76Dramatic Club MISS NOWELL, Sponsor 1st Row Left to Right: Thela Henry, Jenifer Barton, Tema Mankes, Freddie Hoddick, Suzanne Post, Dorothea Dobson, Evelyn Rose, Phyllis Brown, Lois Ann Wallcrstedt, Lucy Wilson, Geraldine Brick, Janice Zimmerman, Barbara Rubin. 2nd Row Left to Right: Ruth Franklin, Beverly Allen, Betty Strader, Betty Bryant, Betty Gordon, Marian Knight, Bobbie Allen, Bibbic Huskisson, Russell Smith, Margaret Miller, Kitty Hclwegc, Agnes Watts, Jane Robinson, Hilda Patterson, Ida Mac Williamson, Ann Martin. )rd Row Left to Right: Morris Shanholtz, Allan Ballcnger, Sammy Moore, John Drischler, Rachmill Schlaifazteyn, Bobby Tucker, Bobby Purple. 77Stage Production Club Kneeling Left to Right: Ted Larsen, George Lanning, Harold Burleson. 2nd Row Left to Right: Mr. Larsen, Sponsor; Cecil Grover, Frances Campbell, Joan Brown, Mary Louise Flye, Robert Payne, Gene Clodfeltcr. )rd Row Left to Right: Earl Johnson, Norman Zeigler, Julius Coppa, Harry Eames, Thomas Violettc, Billy Wood. 78MISS REID, Sponsor 1st Row Left to Right: Ernestine Pugh, Nancy Lou Thomas, Eloiic Johnson, Katherine Brawner, Clara Hudson, Miss Reid, Mary Schoudt, Luctta GilfiUan, Catherine Wcadon, Freda Goldman. 2nd Row Left to Right: Evelyn Jones, Jewel Huffman, Lois Taylor, Gloria Taylor, Christine DiNicola, Blanche Riddick, Catherine Bumford, Katherine Gilmartin, Sylvia Finch, Margaret Hobbs, Evelyn Henry, Judith Finley, Bunny Chason. )rd Row Left to Right: Eleanor Poling, Doris Wilson, Gloria Tittle, Glcnicc Jones, Ralph Schwab, Edgar Sims, Helen McBride, Betty Gillum, Mary Merchant, Shirley Leake, Julia Saunders. Penmanship Club 79Silver Do Her MJSS CALLAHAN, Sponsor Seated Lr to Right: Chides Harris, Shirley Anne Blair, Joyce Dickinson, Jimmy Dodge, Charles Rimmci, Alfred Lewis, Victoria Bernstein, Doris Shaw, Jack Sanders. Row Left to Right: George OutJand, Eddie Owens, Barbara Burhans, Elizabeth Lewis, Ruth Ludolph, Sylvia CalJas, Jimmy Hayman, James Griffin. Jra R w Lr o Right: Ashton Rush, Richard Williams, Jack Crickenberger, John Bisscll. DEMOCRACY SECTION MISS PATCH, Sponsor 1st Rost Left to Right: Dora Mae Brooks, Joan Arnold, Jean Galloway, Brice Warthen, Elite Johnson. 2nd Rost Left to Right: Mamie Lee Bolt-wood, Hubert Clark, Lucille Hoge, Evelyn Hicks. 80Top Row: Billy Bolton, Allan Gormin, Charles Fields. Bottom Row: Nancy McKnight, Sally Cox, Patricia Magness, Mary Jane Wall, Sue Cohen, Gay Young, Robert Payne. 81Spanish Club MISS ANDUJAR, Sponsor 1st Row Left to Right: Harold Hogan, Frank Ludlow, Chester Sailor, Edward Markham, David Skagcrburg, Rachmill Schlaifstcyn, Myron Rosenberg, James Weaver, Nicholas Coburn, Bernard Rheese, Thomas Kelly. 2nd Row Left to Right: James Duncan, Dallas Brock, Trilby O’Neil, Nancy Lee Goods, Edna Riley, Virginia Nash, Betty Kane, Janice Zimmerman, Kitty Kane, Diane Wedcl, Janet Pierce, Joyce Bcazely, Richard Schone, Thomas Tanner. ird Row Left to Right: Norma Williamson, Betty Sparks, Elizabeth Rice, Virginia Plaskitt, Betty Anne Paisley, Selma Cohen, Patricia Moore, June Padgett, Isabelle Poladian, Ruth Jean Ludolph, Bessie Lewis, Elizabeth Glos’er, Betty Lewis, Norma Jean Osborn, Jack Gore, Stirling Albert. 4th Row Left to Right: Grace McTheney, Nancy Burzynsky, Clella Grant, Barbara Barrett, Geraldine Luh, Laura Lee Dunn, Gwendolyn McClary, Virginia Appcrson, Catherine Newton, Jean Tully, Phyllis 82Biology Club MISS FLORANCE, Sponsor DORIS DAVIDSON.................... President PATRICIA SCHWAB...............Vice-President EDWARD MARKHAM...........Secretary-Treasurer Catherine Hoban, Jimmy Weaver, Jean Belton, Susan Bullard, Elizabeth Savage, Betty Schwab, Donna Stewart, Roy Pctyon, Ann Rcckcr, Elizabeth Parsons, Harold Hogan, Hugh Cox, Raymond Butts, Joan Fleegal, Frances Sumpter, Robert Warren, Edward Knight. 83Homemaking Club MRS. KELLER, Spomor OFFICERS BETTY McCLUNG........................................................President JANET McCAUSLAND................................................Vice-President BETTY ISLEY..........................................................Secretary CLAIRE HUDSON........................................................Treasurer 1st Row: Betty Gillum, Pauline Powell, Harriet Dove, Catherine Brawncr, Helen Massy, Iris Barton, Thelma Harlowe, Margaret Burnell. 2nd Row: Gertrude Sherman, Marcia Murdock, Marilyn Orr, Betty McClung, Shirley Dugan. Claire Hudson, Thelma Carroll, Sylvia Moroknck, Janet McCausland. Back: Betty Lee Johnson, Barbara Jones, Dorothy Hall, Lou Ann Hcnncssec, Catherine Suthard, Jane Driefus, I-ois Gillum, Louise Humphries, Doris Toombs, Lorraine Richter. (Not In Picture) Betty Islcy, Florence Perkinson, Ethel Moran, Grace Sullivan. 84T. B. Council Seated Left to Right: Catherine Newton, Velma Houchins, Evelyn Sublett, Nancy Guthrie, Dana Dibrcll, Janice Quick, Elizabeth Savage. Standing Left to Right: Everett Hellmuth, Jr., Mrs. Martha Fabing, Sponsor; Edward Knight. HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES OF THE T. B. COUNCIL lit Row Ixft to Right: Linwood Naylor, Pat Schwab, Marjorie Foard, Edwina Gates, Velma Houchcns, Grace Heincman, Norman Chase. 2nd Row Left to Right: Peggy Ann Horton, Frances Lee Gasser, Marian Gordon, Dorothy Hall, Catherine Suthard, Ann Martin, Erline Glass, Jane Blackman, Janet McDaniel, Nancy Jackson. ird Row Left to Right: Edward Wilson, Eddie Conlon, Frances Sumpter, Virginia Boothe, Emily Humes, Bernice Mountcastle, Catherine Newton, Jane Ellen Fox, Peggy Frcdctte, Rosser Muir, Everett Hellmuth, Jr. 4th Row Left to Right: Marjorie Dowell, Hester Chalmers, Agnes Watts, Tcma Mankcs, Alice Doyle, Jean Mallory, Elisc Johnson. 85----ousnara, I 'K'ood. Marv Jane Coleman, Sally Starkey. 2nd Row Left to Right: Frances Alexander, FJsie Mac Church, Victoria Bernstein. Evelyn Rose, Mrs. Parker, Sponsor; Nell Williams, Dona Dibrcll, Lois Wright, Helen McBride Marian Gordon. }rd Row Left to Right: Frances Lee Gasser Anne Bettis, Kitty Kane, Phyllis Brook-filla, Betty Jean McGhee, Rose Marie Burchfield, Marie Richards, Thelma Shelton, Barbara McFarland. 4tb Rou, Uft to Right: Tommy Kelly. Jo Smith. Bill Suit.. John H..kim, Ch.,le. McDonald. 86Dance Orchesfrd MR. LESTER, Dirtclor Voaliitt—Betty Jean Sttnbjr, Normi Wood, Richard Smith. Citrine! s—Tom Walsh, Bob Auman, Bob Spangler, Bob Beaman, Joyce White, Robert Morris. Trumpe s—Piul Steinberg, Dave Lindsey, Harrison Tompkins, Harry Clark, Roy Arthur, Jimmy Creal. Trombones—Roy Glass, Russell Smith, Robert Johnson, "Monty” Gatchell. Violin—Pauline Myers. Base—Jean Hampton, Clyde Hampton. G«tf r -Wtlliam Cox. Drums—Edward Beavers, Charles Hir-bough. Piuno—Eleanor Sutherland, Harold Hogan. J073 High School Orchestra MR. LESTER, Director Standing Left to Right: Kimball Ned red, Harry Andrews, Brandon Whittingdon, Opal Weeks, Clyde Hampton, Jean Hampton, Eleanor Sutherland, Buddy Butler, Roy Class. Seated Left to Right: Pauline Myera, Arij Baber, Mary Kennedy, Jimmy Creal, Claire Gates, William Tant. 87 ■ Senior Band MR. LESTER, Director Paul Steinberg, Douglas Jones, Paul Chismar, Bill Posey, Mont rue Payne, Jack Ranks, William Tant, Richard Hansborough, Jean Yates, Ethel Moran, Russell Smith, Bill Johnson. Joe Wright, Billy Sellers, John Wagerman, Roy Glass, Laura Gill, Charles McCordick, Tom Walsh, Bob Auman, Grace Brenner, Mildred Winston, Jerry Burdette, Sam Joyner, Bob Purple, Bob Spangler, Robert Smith, Joyce White, Barbara O’Flarety, Buddy Butler, Bob Beaman, Dave Linsey, James Bussek, Jimmie McArtor, Harrison Tompkins, Eleanor Sutherland, Verlin Werth, Harold Hogan, Claire Gates, Bernard Reece, Jimmie Creal, Harry Clark, Raymond Arthur, Eugenia Savage, Glenice Jones, Dorothy Wolford, Edna Mae Zimmerman. Ruth Glass, Pat Wataon, Joyce Freeman, Esther Raison, Anna Catherine Walter, Ellen Holman, Lois Yowell, Lois Ann Wallcrstcdt, Shirley Dyson, Catherine Holt, Lou Ann Hennessee, Betty Horseman. 881 Junior Band MR. LESTER, Director Sam Joiner, Edward Beaver , Charles Harbough, Billy Jackson, Jimmy Wade, Robert Sipes, Emily Humes, Elizabeth Roup, Phyliss Good son, Jean Zimmerman, Betty Fife, Neal Martin, Virginia Gutridge, Edward Gates, Irene Green, Billy Laynor, Marcia Mardock, Ralph Schwab. Morgan Upton, Earl Payne, Mike Latclla, Thomas White, John Brookfield, June Eckels, Edwina Gates, Gerald Swisher, George Pugh, Roy Parker, Geraldine Poling, Geraldine Hawkins. 89 mmPhyllis Brown, Barbara Burhans, Betty Clark, Barbara Farrar, Norma Faust, Norma Hallimar, Joan Haslctt, Betty Jo Hennessee, Vivian Irby, Jean Jones, Mary Lou Lamm, Betty Lewis, Betty McClung, Lynn Mitchell, accompanist; Helen Peeler, Laura Reppirt, Lucille Shakcly, Dean Shumaker, Frances Sumpter, Anns Wilson. 90Lindsey Bergen, Robert Brown, Harry Clark, Howard Crumley, Raymond Garthoff, John Grisson, Russell Herman, Elmer Horseman, Fred Lemeshewski, William McClausland, Morris McIntosh, Ralph Mills, Frank Owens, John Onega, Daniel Pinholstcr, B. P. Rhees, Kenneth Ritter, Cameron Roberts, Chester Sailor, Joe Schwab, Clifford Shakcley, Beverly Sheads, Frank Stover, Hugh Turner, Lorraine Ellison, Accompanist. Boys' Glee Club Anne Briscoe, June Boutchard, Virginia Buntin, Elinor Burns, Evelyn Burroughs, Mary Butler, Jean Carroll, Emma Jane Coghiil, Jean Davis, Joyce Davis, Barbara Dobson, Anne Howard Dunn, Jeanic Galloway, Virginia Grimes, Lois Hart, Evelyn Hicks, Willa Mac Holihcld, Bonnie Johnson, Alice Ladd, Ruth Mcints, Betty Miller, Norma Jean Osburn, Elizabeth Parsons, Betty Porter, Marie Rogers, Shirley Roland, Caroline Riddick, Alice Russell, Elizabeth Savage, Peggy Sellers, Elinor Schultz, Ruth Thompson, Jane Wallace, Barbara Watkins, Carmen Williams, Norma Woods. Girls' Glee ClubDouble Quartet Lindsey Berger, Julius Caporaletti, John Wagerman, Robert Brown, Cameron Roberts, Morris McIntosh, Frank Stover, William McCausland, Lorraine Ellison, accompanist. Girls' Sextette Left to Right: Phyllis Brown, Betty Lewis, Barbara Farrar, Jean Jones, accompanist; Vivian Irby, Lynn Mitchell, Joan Haslett. 92Monogram Club lit Row Left to Right: Louis Zell, Julius Caporalctti, Dee Campbell, Eugene Rcckcr, John Artign, Joseph Hensley, Milton Roby, Jimmy Dodge, Coach Doran. 2nd Row Left to Right: Curtis Kirby, Marshall Boaz, Calvin Gorham, Bobby Brcgman, Steven Chambers, Henry Lanum, Marshall Struder, Bernard Blair, Manager; Leo McGuire, Jimmy Wilson, Bill McCausland, Richard Williams. Herbert Rowe, Joseph Gardner, Carrie Johnson, John McArtor. 93Senior Cheer Leaders Junior and Senior Cheerleaders 1st Row: Alice May Craig, Evelyn Sublett, Barbara Rush, Dorothy Thomasson, Jimmy Hayman, Dudley Boiwell, Charles Kelley, Betty Jones, Katherine Ruffner, Nancy Gutherie, Lynn Mitchell. Ini Row: Dorothy Hicks, Mary Kennedy, Virginia Grimes, Patsy Nicholson, Eleanor Poling, Lucille Shakley, Jane Ellen Fox, Margaret Hoover, Lucy Coppa, Virginia Green, June Long. )ri Row: Betty Porter, Betty Schwab, Loline Smith, Carmen Williams, Donna Stewart. 4tb Row: Lucille Brooks, Dora Mac Brooks, Beverly Allen, Bobby Jo Huskisson, Evelyn Hicks, Leona Dowling, Jewell Covington, Mary McCarty, Constance Duty, Betty McClung, Elizabeth Betts, Jean Tulley.Football Coaches Bernard Bleier, Carey Johnson, managers; Ray Graham, trainer; Paul Mackey, assistant coach; Albert Doran, coach. Julius Caporalctti, Captain of Football Team FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Geo. Wash. Opponent 7 Thomas Jefferson (State Champions) 24 0 St. John’s 38 6 Calvin Coolidge (Wash. D. C. Champs) 0 19 Fredericksburg High School 13 12 Fairfax High School 0 0 Bulls Prep School 14 0 John Marshall High School 12 14 Western High School 13 0 Washington-Lee (District Champions) 24 18 Total 138 Won 4 Lost 3 On the opening day of practice, sixty boys answered the call for candidates issued by Coaches Doran, Mackey, and Graham. Of this number only five lettermen returned out of seventeen expected. All other expected lettermen had joined the armed services. With such a severe setback as this at the start of the season, prospects were very dull indeed. Coaches and players alike wasted no time in preparing for the hard schedule ahead. Fundamentals, the basis of good football, were stressed during each practice session. As these were mastered to some extent, the finer points of the game became the object of attention. It soon became apparent that several new faces would be in the starting lineup. The opening game was with the team of Thomas Jefferson High School of Richmond, which later on was named State Champion. Needless to say, we were decisively beaten by a more experienced team. As the season progressed the boys gained valuable experience which was sorely needed in our first encounters. In the Northern Virginia District of the Virginia Literary and Athletic League, we were defeated only by Washington-Lee High School which won the Championship, defeating Fairfax and Fredericksburg in our other two league games. We were undefeated as far as the District of Columbia High School teams were concerned. Our greatest accomplishment was the game with Calvin Coolidge High School in which we won the District Championship, by $-0. Individual honors were bestowed upon five of our boys for their continued good play throughout the season. Captain Caporalctti, Hensley, Rccker, Lanum, and Robey were selected to play on the All-High team against the All-Prep team in Washington for the benefit of "Smokes for Yanks" game which ended in a scoreless tie. Coach Doran was selected as Coach of the All-High team with "Pop” Deming and Frank Kavalier of Washington-Lee High School. Outstanding individuals for this season were: Curtis Kirby for his punting, Henry Lanum for his consistent centering, Joe Hensley for his pass receiving, Captain Caporaletti for his blocking, and Milton Robey for his tackle play. Jimmy Dodge, in addition to being outstanding for his ball carrying, has his name on the Dinky Scoot Memorial Trophy. Gene Recker was chosen as the outstanding player in the W.-L. game for which he received a war bond from the Touchdown Club in Washington. No mention will be made of next year’s prospects due to the uncertainty of the boys’ returning. 95FOOTBALL TEAM 1st Row Left to Right: Milton Robey, Loo McGuire, Willard Tyler, Joe Hensley 2nd Row Left to Right: Coach Mackey, John Ortega, Curtis Kirby, George Boteler, Dee Campbell, Julius Caporaletti, captain; Henry Lanumn, Gene Rcckcr, Jimmy Dodge, Coach Doran. 3rd Row Left to Right: Coach Graham, Louis Zell, Calvin Gorham, Marshall Strudcr, Lee Hanback, Dick Meagher, Bill McCausland, Richard Williams, Bob Muirhcad, Steve Chalmers, Jim Wilson, Bernard Blcier, manager. 4th Row Left to Right: Chester Spittle, Jimmy Breen, Raymond Stanley, Jack Warton, Richard Dole, Hans Levy, Boyd Carneal, Addison Durret, Elmer Horseman, Albert Calhoun, John Reed, Donald Strobeck, Cary Johnson, manager. Uh Row Left to Right: Alfred Harkins, Bobby Clark, John Blanchard, Billy Sinclair, Bucky Stover, Allen Grimn, John Smith, Bill Rogers, Mark Singleton, Bob Hutt, Donald Weatherwax, Rachmill Schlaifsteyn, Herbert Harbough, Jimmy Herbert. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 1st Row: Bernard Blcier, manager; Dick Meagher, Bill Sinclair, Lee Hanback, Chester Spittle, Bob Hutt, Bobby Williams, mascot. 2nd Row: Jimmy Breen, Aubrey Calhoun, Han Levy, John Reed, Jimmy Herbert, Addison Durett, Raymond Stanley, Tommy Jones. 3rd Row: Herbert Harbon, Ralph Harkins, Max Singleton, John Blanchard, Bill Rogers, Boyd Carneal, James Stewart. 4th Row: Bobby Clark, Harry Maccllo, Allen Grimm, Rachmill Schlafstcin. Geo. Wash. Opponents IS Washington-Lee High School 12 6 Thomas Jefferson (Falls Church) 0 54 Post High School (Quantico) 12 12 Kau’s 0 1J Thomas Jefferson (Falls Church) 6 12 Washington-Lee High School 0 97 Total JO Won 6 Lost 0 We can well be proud of this year's Junior Vanity football team. Playing a six game schedule against the best competition in this area, they were undefeated. Shortly after the Vanity season was under way, the usual division of squads into a Vanity and Junior Vanity team was made. Mr. Graham, who has the responsibility of conditioning the athletic teams, was appointed coach of this group- 96Basketball Another successful basketball season has just been completed. Score: Von 21, lost 7. State Semi-finalist, losing to Newport News High School J9-J2 at Newport News, Metropolitan Finalist, losing to Eastern High School 40-J8, were some of the many accomplishments achieved by this year’s tdm. Joe Hensley, Captain of Basketball Team Winner of the Northern District of the Virginia Literary and Athletic League, the team became eligible to participate in the state play-offs. In winning this honor, such teams as Washington-Lee, traditional rival, Fairfax, and Fredericksburg were beaten decisively in both games. With only two Iettcrmen returning from last year’s squad, prospects were none too bright at the first of the season. However, before many days of practice had gone by, chances of a successful season appeared bright. With Hensley and Campbell of last year’s great team returning, and the addition of such players as Chalmers, Boaz, Ortega, Rice, Dodge, and Capor-alctti, a smooth working combination was wdded together. Captain Hensley was selected as the outstanding player in the Star Metropolitan Tournament, All-Northern Virginia Center, All-State Guard and high point scorer of the District and State; Boaz, All-Northern Virginia Forward; Chalmers, All-Metropolitan Forward. However, such players as Ortega, Rice, Caporaletti, Dodge, and Campbell contributed by their defensive and team play invaluable service to the team. Prospects for another championship team appear bright for next year with the return of six letter-men, namely; Chalmers, Boaz, Rice, Ortega, Partlow and O’Boyle. To those boys who arc leaving, "Good luck—come back and see us often.’’BASKETBALL TEAM Joe Hensley, captain; Bob O’Boyle, Dec Campbell, Steven Chalmers, Dave Rice, John Ortega, Marshall Boaz, Jimmy Dodge, Julius Caporaletti, Ralph Partlow. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE VARSITY LETTERMEN Geo. Wash. 36 Grccnbelt High School Opponents 17 Joseph Hensley 21 Woodrow Wilson High School 17 Captain 34 Anacostia High School 13 Stephen Chalmers 22 Eastern High School 36 4) Maryland Park High School 18 John Ortega 43 Device Prep School 23 Marshall Boaz 22 Eastern High School 29 David Rice 34 44 Bullis Prep School Grccnbelt High School 33 28 Julius Caporaletti 32 Tech High School 39 Robert O’Boyle 49 Washington-Lee High School 23 Ralph Partlow 34 Fairfax High School 6 DeArcey Campbell James Dodge 43 Fredericksburg High School 42 33 Robert E. Lee High School 27 33 Staunton Military Academy 28 Curtis Kirby 30 Roosevelt High School 43 Manager 43 Charlotte Hall Military Academy 13 39 Fairfax High School 13 A. E. Doran 40 Bullis Prep School 17 Coach 38 Maryland Park High School 24 39 Washington-Lee High School 28 P. R. Mackey 31 32 St. John’s High School Woodrow Wilson High School 22 33 Assistant Coach 43 Fredericksburg High School 27 33 Mt. Rainier (Star Tournament) 28 4 6 Woodrow Wilson (Star Tournament) 44 38 Eastern High School (Finals) 40 n Newport News High School 39 (State Semi-Finals) 1163 Total 762 Won 21 Lost 7 Junior Varsity Basketball Geo. Wash. Opponents 18 James Monroe (Fredericksburg) 13 6 Fairfax High School 18 21 James Monroe (Fredericksburg) 20 18 Fairfax High School If 6 3 Total Won 3 Lost 1 66 Due to travel conditions few schools were playing Junior Varsity basketball this season. We, however, were fortunate in playing two of our traditional rivals, Washington-Lee not having a team. A great deal of credit must go to Coach Mackey and the boys for working so long for so few games. The experience gained by the boys who remained out to play will be valuable indeed to next year’s Varsity replacements. Players who will be seen and heard from on next year’s Varsity are as follows: Captain C. Johnson, Kelley, Pettit, Yates, Wilson, Breen, E. Johnson, Mahoney, Simpson, Brock, Hawpin, Harkins. J. V? BASKETBALL TEAM Calvin Gorham, Tommy Kelly, George Lstsios, Danny Simpson, Gerald Hal pin, Alfred Lewis, Jimmy Breen, Curtis Kirby, manager; Dallis Brack, Bobby Yates.BASEBALL TEAM Front Row Left to Right: Gorham, Giuseppe, Cap:. Bregman, Partlow, Boaz, Hensley, Ortega. 2nd Row Left to Right: Chismar, Gilfillan, Haymes, Simms, Robey, Dinclt. }rd Row Left to Right: Coach Mackey, Goldsmith, Wheatley, Manager Reed. Not in Picture: Giddens, Eberhardt. Baseball Team Bobbie Bregman Captain of Baseball Team Field and Track Front Row Left to Right: Tritapoe, Manucia, Lanum, Lewis, T., Levy, Meyers, West, Harrison, Follansbee. 2nd Row Left to Right: Coach Graham, Schlaifszteyn, Rixey, Kirby, Ortega, Hensley, Chalmers, Rice, Malcolm, Stillwell, Boswell, Timmons, Grimm, Manager Harkins. }rd Row Left to Right: Lcrerich, Gritso, Simms, O’Boyle, Brien, Johnson, Mclnturff, Gorham, Meagher, Larson. 4tb Row Left to Right: Lewis, ]., Sarle, Sinclair Beggs, Loper, Fotch, Havg, Powell, Kick. Captain Rowe not present for picture. 101Cadets Because a single period for cadet training made it difficult for the school to arrange class schedules and also because it prevented many students from joining the Corps when certain subjects were taught only during the one drill period, the schedule for the second semester of this year provides for cadet training during two periods each day— the fourth and fifth. However, the entire Corps meets as a body during the Activities Period every other Wednesday. This provides an opportunity for ceremonies and competitive drills. The old indoor rifle range has been torn down and the range has been rebuilt in the so-called bicycle room. This room is larger, drier, better lighted, and ventilated than the old range. Carrier targets have been installed which make the range much safer and greatly speeds up the firing. The rifle team is coming along in good shape as can be seen from the records made in the Hearst National Trophy Matches during the last three years. The team advanced in three years from ninth place in the 3rd Service Command to their present standing of fifth place. According to a ruling of the School Board this is the last year that the Corps will have mixed uniform and non-uniform companies. Beginning next September, any student taking cadet training must have a uniform or must agree to purchase one. Many cadets are now wearing ribbons on their uniforms. Upon the recommendation of the Advisory Council the following ribbons have been authorized: worn while a member worn while a member worn while a member worn for one year worn for one year worn for one year worn during following semester Gold stars arc also in evidence. These are for academic excellence and are authorized on the basis of one star for each semester in which at least two grades were A’s and the rest were B’s. Member of the Advisory Council Member of the Flag Detail Member of a Cadet Club Member of the Prize Company Member of the Prize Squad... Member of the Rifle Team.... Perfect Attendance......... 103ADVISORY COUNCIL 1st Row: Shaklcy, C. W., Cornell, D. B., Olmsted, H. $., Tanner, T. L., Guthrie, M. N., Weadon, G B., Col. Patrick, Griffith, J. R., Whalen, B. A., Johnson, H. C., Rideout, J. M., and Sloan, G- J. 2nd Row: DeWitt, B. B., Jones, B. L., Dyson, B. P., Barley, H. M.. Newton, G M., and Horton, B. E. CADET ADVISORY COUNCIL The Advisory Council has again been active this year under the direction of Col. Patrick. All important decisions concerning the Cadet dances or other social affairs have been left up to the Council. Outside of social affairs, the Council has been working on plans for a complete regulation uniform. It has also made decisions concerning competitive drills and other Corps problems. FLAG DETAIL Left to Right: Suits, W. J., Simms, E., Shaklcy, G W., Delk, H. M.. and Sublctt, E. A. COLOR GUARD heft to Right: Harrison, W. E., Garthoff, R- L., Stager berg, D. G., and Hay-man, J. N.REGIMENTAL STAFF 1st Row: Lt. Col. Johnson, FL C 2nd Row Left to Right: Capt. Driefus, J. A., 1st Lt. Bragg, E. C }rd Row: Capt. Dole, R. W. 4tb Row Left to Right: Pvt. Thomas, W. E., and Hoskins, J. F. 2nd BATTALION STAFF Left to Right: 2nd Lt. Sublctt, E. A., Major Guthrie, M. N., Major Jones, B. L., and 2nd Lt. Newton, C. if. 105 1st BATTALION STAFF Major Sloan, G. J., Commanding Captain Gore, T. J., AdjutantCompany "A" Jackson, A., lit Sergeant Rideout, J. M., Captain Duncan, J. M., Corporal, Guidon Bearer 1st PLATOON 2nd Lt. Sullivan, R. P. lit Row Left to Right: Sgt. McGahey, L. F., CpI. Elliott, J. D., Pvts: Burleson, H. B., Wilson, E. J., Lester, B. F., Sgt. Sullivan, D. M., and Pit. Sgt. Coates, J. R. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Turner, H. W., Pvts.: Follansbee, C B., Furness, R. M., Wheatley, R. N., Andrews. )rd Row Left to Right: Cpl. McCauley, J. A., Pvts.: Padgett, J. W., Smith, P. M., RoU, R. E., Moore, W. L. 2nd PLATOON 1st Lt. Suits, W. J. lit Row Left to Right: Sgt. McGuire, T. J., Cpl. Craig, R. S., Pvts.: Gutridge, W. L., Gorham, F. C., Taylor, L. H., Pritchard, J. K., Douglas, D. L., and Pit. Sgt. Sims, E.' 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Sing, C J., Pvts.: Violette, T. P., Griffith, W. C, Schwab, J. L., Moriarty, W. K., Pettit, D. P. )rd Row Left to Right: Pvts.: Sheads, B. S., Baichtold, A. L., Vaughn, R. H., Kramer, M. L., Herman, R. H., and Allen, W. L. Company "B" Smith, E. C., 1st Sergeant Tanner, T. L., Captain Roberts, W. C., Corporal, Guidon Bearer 1st PLATOON 1st Lt. Kelley, D. M. lit Row Left to Rightt Sgt. Shakley, C. W., Cpl. Frasca, W. H., Pvts.: Galyon, G. B., McKenney, W. il, Futch, H. E., Gates, J. D., Cotting, C L., and Sgt. Naylor, L. R. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Rogers, W. B., Pvts.: Chase, N., Gallagher, B. H., Gillum, F. E., Lemeshewsky, F. L., and Downs, R. 3rd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Rudin, B. M., Pvts.: Hamlette, O. J., Lambert, J. W., Crumley, H. L., Greenwood, R. V., Buttgen, J. E., McDonald, C 2nd PLATOON 2nd Lt. McArtor, R. C 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Stein, E., Cpl. Hare, W. C, Pvts.: Wilke, Z. P., Smith, Joe C, Nolan D. H., Warthen, B. L., and Sgt. Dove, H. T. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Buttgen L., Pvts.: Rosenberg, M. C., Pearson, W. K., Nemier, D. A., and Gates, J. D. 3rd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Raum, J. R., Pvts.: Wells, R. N., Downs, J. D., Waters, T. M., and Weaver, J. $.r+ Company "C" Coburn, N. W., Corporal, Guidon Bearer Scrudcr, G. M., Captain Rosenberg, L. C, 1st Sergeant 1st PLATOON 1st Lt. Hall, G. W. 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Staubs, C M., Cpl. Hogan. H., Pvts.: Green, S. G., Ellison, J. E., Payne R. C., Moore, D. P., Hewitt, J. R., Markham, E. M., and Pit. Sgt. Hcll-muth, E. A. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Rockwell, F. G., Pvts.: Souris, G. S., Kuykendall, W. E., Rider, H. D., Gelfand, J., Truslow, M. B., and Davis, D. C ird Row Left to Right: Cpl. Sloan, R. A., Pvts.: Foster, V. D., Warren, R. J., Ballenger, W. A., Clarke, L. L., Simpson, D. F., Pascal, D. R.. and Sgt. Ritter, K C 2nd PLATOON 2nd Lt. Payne, D. E. 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Ward, T. M.t Cpl. Callison, J. C, Pvts.: Harm, C T., Sanders, J. O., Hanrahan, J. R., Hoi way, J. B., Trayer, G. T., Sgt. Hummer, C. A., Pit. Sgt. Olmsted, H. O. 2nd Row Left to Right: CpL Brenner, G. E., Pvts.: Brooks, K. V., Peyton, R. D., Cox, H. M., Vranich, R. W., Cal-i»»y, J., Smith, A. J., and Crump, R. E. Ird Row Left to Right: Pvts.: Adams, A. F., Peirce, E. H.; Nolan, B. J., Crump, H. W.. Lehman, P. A . and Ramsey, T. L. Company "D" Martin, W. L., 1st Sergeant Cornell, D. B., Captain Sailor, C. L., Corporal, Guidon Bearer 1st PLATOON 1st Lt. Barrett, C G. 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Rammel, C. F.., Cpl. Major; C. F., Pvts.: McDonald, T. A.. Deavers, A. L., Northrop, E. D.. Wells, L. C., Cook. L. E., and Sgt. Carter, M. V. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Brcgman. R. L., Pvts.: Hutt, R. M., Ncdvcd, K., Burgess. G. E., Allgood, W. D., and RolTins, S. H. «r Rom Left to Right: Cpl. Shirmcr, E. H., Pvts.: Nalls, G. E., Tullock, W. B., Vickers, R. W., Meador, L. M., Topping, J. R.. and Pit. Sgt. Andrews, H. J. 2nd PLATOON 2nd Lt. DeWitt, B. B. 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Mills, R. W., Cpl. Worthington, W. R., Pvts.: Cunningham, J. R., Jenssen, J. S., Jenkins, C. B., Barry, J. J., and Pierpoint, J. D. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Brown, E. A., Pvts.: Everhardt, J. D., Mettler, P. M., DeWitt, R. A., Watts, P. G., and Pit. Sgt. Moore, G. G. ird Row Left to Right: Pvts.: Rebold, R. A., Hoskins, G. W.. Morris, R. F., Fitzgerald, H. B., Avery, H. J., and Clarke. H. A.Sabre Club The General Deems Sabre Club was first organized in 1931 in honor of General Clarence A. Deems, former P. M. S. T. Its members are the commissioned officers of the 1st Battalion. The members discuss problems of the Corps, and, with the help of the other Cadet Clubs and the P. M. S. T., find practical solutions to the problems. SABRE CLUB 1st Row Left to Right: Sloan, G. J., Vice-President; Strader, G. M., President; and Bragg, E. C., Secretary-Treaiurcr. 2nd Row Left to Right: Johnson, H. G, Tanner, T. L., Dole, R. W., Rideout, J. M., Driefus, J. A., and Davis G D. 9rd Row Left to Right: Gore T. J., Suits, W. J., and Sullivan, R. F. 4th Row Left to Right: Cornell, D. B., Barrett, G G., and DeWitt, B. B. 108Chevron's Club The Chevron’s Club is similar to the Sabre Club. It differs in that only the noncommissioned officers in the boys’ battalion are eligible for membership. The Chevron’s Club strives to train its members to be good officers, for from this group the officers for the coming year will be chosen. CHEVRON’S CLUB III Row Left to Right: Smith, E. G, Sgt.-at-arms; Shakley, G V., President; and Rosenberg, L. G, Secretary-T reasurtr. 2nd Row Left to Rfght: Sullivan, D. M., Raum, J. R., Roberts, W. C, Frasca, W. H., Garthoff, R. L., Harrison, W. E., McGahcy, L. F., Sloan, R. A., Naylor, L. R., and Rockwell, F. G. )rd Row Left to Right: Sing, G J., Duvall, W. H., McCauley, J. A., Elliott, J. D., McGuire, T. J., Turner, H. W., Ritter, K. C, Adams, A. F., Stein, E. 4tb Row Left to Right: Downs, J. F., Duncan, J. M., Andrews, H. J. 109Rifle Club st Row Left to Right: Suits, W. J., Captain; Johnson, H. C, Manager. 2nd Row Left to Right: Tanner, T. L., Rideout, J. M., Dole, R. W., Gore, T. J., Dricfus, J. A., Jackson, A. ird Row Left to Right: Roberts, W. C., Rosenberg, L. C., Sing, C. J., Craig, R. S., Noland, D. H., Galyon, G. B., Skagerbcrg, D. G., and Shirmcr, E. H. XKL Boys' Rifle Team 10Liwski Club The Liwski Club has been an important part of the Corps for many years. It was named for Major Peter Liwski, also a former P. M. S. T. This club carries on much discussion over the discipline of the members of the Corps. The club has well earned its reputation for giving all girl graduating officers a good send-off, usually with a party or a gift from the 2nd Battalion. LIWSKI CLUB lit Row Left to Right: Guthrie, M. N., President. 2nd Row Left to Right: Weadon, C B., Secretary; Dyson. B. P., Treasurer; Griffith, J. R., Vice-President; and Sublett, E. A., Sergeant-at-Arms. )rd Row Left to Right: Houchens, V. V., Apperson, V. H., Dobison, D. M., Jones, B. L, Newton, C M., and Whalen, B. A. 4tb Row Left to Right: Dunn L. L., Litzerman, F. E., Smith, J. F., Latham, C. M., Buck, B. L., Giles, L. A., Fleming, M. E., Kennedy, M. E., Johnson', E. E. Uh Row Left to Right: Petti, J. C, Campbell, I. M , Atkins, F. M., Easke, R. M., Fox, J. E., Barley, H. W., Sweatt, J. A., Horton, B. E., Gorham, V. M., Beaver, R. E.. Riggs, I. M., and Finch, S. J. IllCompany "G" Finch, S. J., 1st Sergeant Weadon, C. B., Captain Northrop, H. C, Corporal, Guidon Bearer 1st PLATOON 1st Lt. Griffith, J. R. lit Row Left to Right: Sgt. Riggs. I. M., Cpl. Petti, J. C, Pvts.: Brookfield, P. J., McCarty, M. M., Dole, N. A., Riley, E. A., Doyle, A. P., Marshall, P. A., Sgt. Rubin, J. A., and Pit. Sgt. Gorham, V. M. . . .’» Ron Left to Right: Cpl. Nalls, E. A., Pvts.: Hyland. J. K., Quinn, M. V., Wilson, L. N., Barton, J. N., Jones, N. L., Sullivan, G. E., Russell, E. A. JrJ Row Left to Right: Cpl. Campbell, I. M., Pvts.: Shelton, T. A.. Downey, D. J., Post. B. S., Mays, M. M.. Huskis-son, B. J., and McGhee, B. J. 2nd PLATOON 2nd Lt. Delk, H. M. 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Poling, E. E., Cpl. Latham, C M., Pvts.: Nash, E. M., Bettis, A. L, Allen, B. J., Horton, P. A., McFarland, B. A., and Pit. Sgt. McCIary, G. E. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Belton, J. N., Pvts.: Jones, E. Y., Hare, H. J., Butler, M. E., Merchant, M. M., Wallower, G. A., and Pistolesi, A. P. }rd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Schooley, E. J., Pvts.: Hobbs, M. A., Jackson, N. A., Wilson, D. M., Hollingsworth, $. E., and Smith, L. A. Company "H" Houchens, V. V., 1st Sergeant Dyson, B. P., Captain Singer, A. D., Corporal, Guidon Bearer 1st PLATOON 1st Lt. Dobison, D. M. 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Dunn, L. L, Pvts.: Nunn, A. L., Wingfield, A. V., Fouts, V. M., Johnson, M. E., Trenary, L. M., Braddock, M. L., and Pit. Sgt. Apperson, V. H. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Buck, B. L., Pvts.: Suthard, C V., Smith, E. L., Finnan, A., Chasen, J. R., Downs, R. J. )rd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Fleming, M. E., Pvts.: Williams J. L., Wagner, M. H., Coleman, M. J., Taylor, L. M., and Sgt. Litzerman, F. E. 2nd PLATOON 2nd Lt. Whalen, B. A. 1st Row Left to Right: Sgt. Johnson, E. E., Cpl. Beavers, R. E., Pvts.: Sumner, E. S., Donley, O. F., Thomas, N. L., Reid, E. P., Clayton, E. M., Sgt. Wood, N. E., and Pit. Sgt. Kennedy, M. E. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Easke, R. M., Pvts.: Holiday, L. J., Brooks, D. M., Daniels, R. E., Holman, B. J., Rich, B. A., Davis, J. E., and Thomas, G. R. ltd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Giles, L. A., Pvts.: Pugh, L. E, Miller,, V. A., Huchison, M. J., Parks, A. G, Pistolece, R., and Hornsby, N. L.Company "I" Lynch, D. A., l t Sergeant Barley, H. W„ Captain Beazlcy, L. F., Corporal, Guidon Bearer 1st PLATOON 1st Lt. Morris, H. M. lit Row Left to Right: Sgt. Gilfillan, L. C, Cpl. Dunbcck, P., Pvts.: Sparks, B. G., Goods, N. L., Meeks, B. L., Brooks, M. J., Harlow, T. L., Myers, B. L., Smith, A. E., and Pit. Sgt. Morgon, M. T. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Swcatt, J. A., Pvts.: Williams, J., Wilson, D. G., Hall, D. A., Shelton, K. L., Bragg, B. L., Johnson, B. L., Gorham, J. A. 3rd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Schwab, B., Haugh, D., McKee, T. M., Dacman, J. Y., Schwab, P. A., Gardner, M. K. Finley, J. M., and Hockat, R. A. 2nd PLATOON 2nd Lt. Horton, B. J. lit Row Left to Right: Sgt. Atkins, F. M., Cpl. Lewis, N. L., Pvts.: Edwards, B. E., Goldman, F. P., Allen, M. J., Gasser, F. L., Colangelo, C A., Mussellman, M. M., and Sgt. Jox, J. E. 2nd Row Left to Right: Cpl. Fredette, M. P., Pvts.: Coates, F. E., Stewart, J. A., Jones, B. E., Starkey, A. E., Livingston, J. A., and Fleming, B. L. 3rd Row Left to Right: Cpl. GaUahan, D. M., Pvts.: Pettit, D. V., Prosser, E. M., and Bruce, C J., Rhodes, C F., McKenny, E., and Sgt. Ellison, L. E. Girls' Rifle Team 1st Row Left to Right: Sublett, E. A., Wcadon, C B., Manager; Finch, S. J., Captain; Jones, B. L., and Guthrie, M. N. 2nd Row Left to Right: Braddock, M. L., Houcbcns, V. V., Dobison, D. M., and Litzerman, L. 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EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL "Complete Line of Household Gadgets and Gifts" Phones: Te. 3366 - AL. 0333 ALEXANDRIA STUDIO 418 KING STREET Phone: Alex. 0491 M. LOEB, Proprietor Studio and Home Portraits a Specialty ALEXANDRIA, VA. "Always First With the Latest" COMPLIMENTS OF THE SCOTT SHOPPE ALEXANDRIA 2308 MT. VERNON AVE. HAY GRAIN CO. COMPLIMENTS OF W. F. CREIGHTON CO. Auto Accessories Co., Inc. DRUGGISTS KING and COMMERCE STREETS COR. KING and ROYAL STREETS Alex. 0022J. C. PENNEY INC. (Service Cleaners) Department SOUTHERN Store Dry Cleaning Co. Protect your valuable Furs and Winter ♦ Garments in our Modem Alexandria's Cold Storage Vaults Leading Department Expert and Store Dependable Service ♦ "Where Savings Are Great" Telephones: Alex. 0060 Ivy 13-000 615 KING STREET 223 N. PAYNE STREET Phone: Alex. 0046 ALEXANDRIA, VA. ALEXANDRIA AMUSEMENT Corp. REED RICHMOND INGOMAR AL. 3445 AL. 9226 AL. 9270 "Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment."R. E. KNIGHT SONS 621-623 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. HARDWARE and ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT "We Sell Something of Most Everything" Levinson Clothing Company ♦ OUTFITTERS FOR MEN and BOYS ♦ 424 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. COMPLIMENTS OF GLENN ULMAR RICHARD CHARACTER FURNITURE BY BARNES FORD ALEXANDRIA, VA. CHAUNCEY'S MARKET ' Fine Foods" 904 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. LUCKETTS HARDWARE PAINTS ond HARDWARE KING and ROYAL STREETS Phone: Alex. 0086 ALEXANDRIA, VA. COMPLIMENTS OF ROBINSON MONCURECompliments of the 23 LINDA LEE SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF 901 KING STREET J. C. MAJOR ALEXANDRIA, VA. YA MICHELBACH'S COMPLIMENTS OF HOME OF FINE FURNITURE Established 1908 ALEXANDRIA, VA. UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY COMPLIMENTS OF Phone: Alex. 4100 MERRILL C. LYNCH THOMAS JONES, Jr. DRUGS REED THEATRE BUILDING Set a Straight Course to WOODWARD LOTHROP Key Your Wardrober To our Curriculum Miss Warren is the far-sighted counselor of Woodward and Lothrop's School Outfitting Service, a department devoted to the building or refreshing of campus wardrobes. Let her make suggestions to key yours to these busy days of accelerated programs and extra-curricular volunteer work. You will find her on the Fourth Floor with our Young Fashions.Phone 1860 Phone 1860 Alex. 1861 Alex. 1861 Q U A L 1 T Y— P RICE SERVICE CHAUNCEY PROVISION CO. 115-117 N. ROYAL ST. • JOSEPH E. CHAUNCEY, Mgr. i i i WHALEN'S DRUG CO. COMPLIMENTS OF Where Service Counts ANDREW W. CLARKE 700 KING STREET f i i Phone: Temple 1709 MT. VERNON MOTORS C. H. MASON, Proprietor 121 S. ALFRED ST. Phone: Alex. 3100 JOHN McCUEN CO. Founded by John McCucn, 1915 MARTIN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Phone: Alex. 0708 1121 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. J. V. MULLIGAN W. A. BARNETT'S SONS ♦ 115 KING STREET College, School ALEXANDRIA, VA. and Fraternity Jewelry Wholesale Confectioners ♦ 88 1110 F STREET, N. W. Paper Bags—Stationery—Fireworks WASHINGTON, D. C. «« HELPFUL HINTS TO YOUNG NEWLYWEDS ICE... 100 POUNDS LASTS 3 TIMES AS LONG AS 50 POUNDS .. . If your icebox has 100 lb. capacity—keep it stocked by ordering 100 lbs. of ice at a time. You'll only have to re-ice about once every 3 to 5 days. And another hint . . . Our Mico Fuel Oil, Mico Burners and Burner Service are yours for the asking and will save you time, money and effort in keeping your home cheery and comfortable during the Winter months. MUTUAL ICE COMPANY Mico Fuel Oil - Mico Oil Burners - Mico Burner Service "Serving Alexandria and Vicinity Since 1873" ALEXANDRIA 0050 TEMPLE 2996R. L. KANE, President R. S. KANE, Vice-President HELEN K. HUMPHREY, Secretary-Treasurer R. L. KANE INC. REALTORS Rents - Loans - Insurance 101 S. Washington St Telephone Alex. 3013 Alexandria, Va. TRUST IN THE LORD with all thine heort and lean not unto thine own understanding. IN ALL THY WAYS ACKNOWLEDGE HIM AND HE SHALL DIRECT THY PATHS. Prov. 3:5,6. COMPLIMENTS OF R. L. KANE INC., REALTORS Holden and Company, Inc. GENERAL INSURANCE 106 N. ST. ASAPH STREET Diol Alex. 2200 WALTER C. DAVIS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR "We Build for Tomorrow by Service of Today" 1509 PRINCE ST. Phone: Alex. 2092 COMPLIMENTS OF WHELAN DRUGSTORE Alexandria's Finest Men's Wear Store • Arrow Shirts • Stetson Hats • McGregor Sports Wear • Botany Ties • Varsity Town Shirts Cohen's Quality Shop 1104 KING ST. Phone: Alex. 0656 YOUR HART, SCHAFFNER MARX DEALER KING CLOTHIERS NEWEST FASHIONS ALWAYS Ladies' Wearing Apparel 417 KING STREET Tel.: TE. 3530 COMPLIMENTS OF G. C. MURPHY CO. 5 10 CENT STORE 618 KING STREETCOMPLIMENTS OF Rosenburg's Dept. Store 409-411 KING STREET Phone: TE. 9871 VIRGINIA GRILL Specializing in SEA FOOD and OLD VIRGINIA COUNTRY HAM DINNERS Smithfield Hams Steaks Chops Beverages Beer and Wine to Take Out Corner King and Washington Streets ALEXANDRIA, VA. Phone: Alex. 0468 Watkins' Service Station 1646 KING STREET FRANK E. WATKINS, Prop. ROYAL MEAT MARKET "Everything for the Table" Selfservice Market Bohlayer Pulman, Inc. REALTORS — LOAN — INSURANCE Phone: Alex. 2422 105 S. ROYAL STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. 301 N. PATRICK ST. COMPLIMENTS OF ALEXANDRIA, VA. Temple Motor Company COMPLIMENTS OF A. B. W. TRANSIT COMPANY— COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF Va. Roofing Sheet SHUMANS Metal Company 600 N. HENRY STREET TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED S. F. DYSON BRO. 420 KING STREET Phone: Al. 0278 DAY NIGHT SERVICE Randolph Flower Shop Flowers for All Occasions Phone: Alex. 0537 "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 1015 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA. FLOWERS BY TELEGRAPH COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF C. PONNET CO. MONTICELLO HOTEL MILLER’S "The Friendly Store" 800 KING STREET Phone: Alex. 1157 HARDWARE Sporting Goods — Garden Implements — Window Glass Gifts HOUSE FURNISHINGS Sapolin Quality Paint We DeliverCOWHIG'S NEWSSTAND HOME OF Local and out-of-town newspapers and your Favorite Magazines ALEXANDRIA'S LARGEST NEWSDEALER 719 KING ST. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF SONIA BEAUTY SALON EDGAR WARFIELD, Jr. MT. VERNON AVENUE DRUGGIST COMPLIMENTS OF S. S. KRESGE CO. COMPLIMENTS OF J. H. OLMSTEAD, Mgr. RICHARD L. RUFFNER ALEXANDRIA, VA. Compliments of the COMPLIMENTS OF Martha Washington Beauty Salon DELRAY LINOLEUM SHADE SHOP 202 East Oxford Avenue HOURS: 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. ALEXANDRIA, VA.ARROWSMITH'S SPORTSWEAR Dresses - Suits - Skirts- Blouses Sweaters and Play Clothes Sizes 9 to 20 REED THEATRE BUILDING Alex. 3512 1707 KING STREET Open Evenings Until 8 COMPLIMENTS OF DR. L. C. MAJOR "King of the Movers" W. S. SMITH TRANSFER CO. COMPLIMENTS OF Operating Alexandria Transfer Storage Co. 111-117 SOUTH PITT STREET A FRIEND ALEXANDRIA, VA. Phone ALex. 1064 • STORAGE ♦ fMOVINC PACKING SHIPPING A Careful, Reliable Service CUNNINGHAM FINEST funeral home ==———IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA Lody Embalmer All Packard Equipment Telephones: Alexandria 1800 Temple 4580 W. C. Cunningham W.W. Cunningham L. V. CunninghamCOMPLIMENTS OF GREYHOUND «« BUS LINES-Career Courses STRAYER offers business training on the college level. Graduates secure positions as secretaries, accountants, and executives. Special 8-week Summer Courses in Shorthand and Typewriting. B.C.S. degree conferred on graduates of Business Administration course majoring in Accounting subjects and Business Law. SUMMER CLASSES June 26 and July 10 FALL-TERM CLASSES September 11, 18, 19 COLLEGE OF COLLEGE OF ACCOUNTANCY SECRETARIAL TRAINING 13th and F Streets, N.W., Washington 5, D. C. JMk COMPLIMENTS OF GORE'S ESSO STATION S. WASHINGTON AND WILKES STS. Wf J. 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