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

 - Class of 1956

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Since her arrival here at G.W. from New- port News and her advancement to the head of the Music Department, the enroll- ment in this department has more than doubled. DEDICATEE AT WORK -Miss Bane directs the A Cappella Choir during an assembly commemorating Easter. During the holiday the group also sang for the Women's Club of Alexandria. 5 'x L X N .N J , A 1' Y xxzi , x , 1 1 I 5'. L' ' I , l NM. A l Yr 7K fx Take a million friendly greetings . Ad .',. 44, W. WELL ON THEIR WAY Seniors start o the grand march on graduation night PA IS IN A DAY Putt g p mu als for the Junior Senna P om a e Regina Burton Barbara Lemmon and Na cy Richardson 8 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY The Spirit of 56 has been many places this year wherever a single member of the senior class could be found' Spirit was especially high inthe spring when the class play Diploma Daze took place The comedy featuring flashbacks on events typical class members However as important as these things are the class left more than laughter and happy memories behind They left encouragement and help to those who would follow them One outstanding and was a S400 scholarship which will be awarded to a 57 graduate A second gift with yet another thought in mind was a donation for flowers for the me morlal for World War ll veterans The third was the customary farewell gift in this case the presentation of two flags to replace those in the auditorium Seniors gave backing spirit to GW and received in return an unforgettable year' x " LM . 1 ' g , . - S ' S 2 Q R 1 I 5 to . I . ,Y . - f A - , X ..... , J f ' M, I Q XL - ' n ir R - in u r ' - ' r r r ' , , n ll ' ' I ll r Z , , QL M 'N ll - II 'K I I ' f' , ' T of the senior year, was written and directed by 1' 1 I T lf. lr' 'f,l 1 l G I T M xx .V EU Y lx . . . ' . 3 Q . I S . ' . ,V , I - ,E g W- Y. v . I . . I L. 4 filsil x 1 1 fl, . 4 it- A l . T , gf' ,T ry . . .. l . .1 If L 1 Q V XX I I I I SENIOR SURVEY Oftlcers of the sensor class are Mr Llndsey Sponsor Johnny Nottingham Secre tary Treasurer Nancy Moncure January Chairman and Martha Duke President Absent from the prcture Alan Bugg Vrce President SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Even from a bard s eye vlew one could see the sensor class officers workmg at thelr task of leading 270 seniors The mann leader was, of course, the president, Martha Duke Presiding over senuor class meetlngs portraying Mr Pruet on Sensor Day, and setting up committees for various actlvrtles were o was also head magorette preslclent of the Quull and Palm, and a member of the Music Club Vlce Presldent Allan Bugg took over the afore sand tasks when Martha was absent besides help :ng her accompllsh them when she was present He was Quull and Palm treasurer and a varsity football player John Nottingham was appointed class secretary by Martha and Allan He kept mlnutes of class meetrngs and was chalrman of the Pep Club, as slstant edltor of the Compass, and historian of Quill and Palm MARTHA DUKE Senlar Class Presndent NANCY MONCURE January Chairman SANDRA SMITH Secretary of Jan Class X i ALAN BUGG Vice Presudent JOHN NOTTINGHAM Secretary of June Class QW 51...- i- it 3 few of her jobs. Besides being class prexle, she -i ltl' ,fl . I ' ET-'A 6. 5' ' - . , '47 h A . I . - , 11 5 fl, I . A I ' ' - ll ll - ' .Q gx A Q Q--, J L Mix'em with the senior meetings DAVID ANTHONY BEALE Anthony Basketball Crew REGINA BURTON Reggie Clubs FH A Surveyor Circulation Mgr Sr PD- af- aj! IO CARROLL LOIS BENNETT Carroll Clubs FTA Spanish Intramurals CHARLES ELLET CA ELL Ill E et Clubs Surveyor Sur Dramatics Football Baseball Episcopal MARY CATHERINE BERRY Mary Catherine Clubs YTeens Honor Ro Q23 FRANCES LOUIS CHAMBERLAIN Franey Clubs Jr Red Cross Surveyor Student Council Intramurals Honor Roll ill 'bv 5-na., ANTHONY ARTHUR ANTONIOLI Butch Clubs V Pres Music Dance Monogram Chorus Football Intramurals HIGHLIGHTERS Speakers t are Marilyn Wood Nancy Stewart and Trudy London GRIT BLUMENTHAL Grit Clubs FH A Honor R Ill BARBARA ELAINE CHURN Barbara Ou N rv' nag ws .1 , , O L 2 CHARLES WILLIAM BABER I Clubs Bible J R d Cross Honor Roll 121 the January graduation ncure Ball Baber Janice CHARLES WILLIAM BRICKERT Charles Clubs Dance Dramatics Sec Treas Hobby Jr Board Student Council GEORGE HEADLEY COBURN George Clubs Dance Mono Baseball ? ,gn , It F E Q J l 14,1 I I: X - I . I I ' SE X A ,Q s . if - A X X X, s ' B'll : .- . 'I 1 ' , r. e I 1 Q - a A vs rf t M , ' , ' : - 7 cll A I .I : , ' , ll ,. A 5 . . B I z . . ,gn " ll Bandg Honor Roll Ml veyof' Sports Editorg Music,.F.T.A., Peplg gralrng Basliefballl- Hs. ' ' f ,ef - I . Q ,' A fb' 2.1 - 7 . Qi 3 B . 1 N , -I ' '-- J", Y- I A ,,- , N.. tx 3 A ra ,,. 1 lg X I : -2 rx IW CAROL JOANNE COCHRANE Kntty Clubs F H A CHARLES LEE DUNN Buddy Clubs Music Student Council Sr Band ,ur ff 5 x.,.f JOYCE ANN COCKRELL Clubs Malorette Chorus A Cappella THEODORE RUSS DUNN Russ Clubs Qulll and Palm Monogram Sec of Sophomore Class Stu dent Council Crew Football JV Track Honor Roll Q45 JANITORS FOR A DAY Russ Dunn and Skup Poole dns cuss the mner worklngs of a radlator on Sensor Da JEAN CAROLYN LOUIS LINCOLN FAIRFAX FLEEGER Jeanne Larry Clubs Musuc Intra Clubs Spamsh Dance murals Honor Roll C51 11:5 3 Cordon Soclety Foot ball Track Culver Malltary Academy 'iii' in Yr NANCY COGGINS Nancy Clubs Surveyor Lnttle Hatchet V Pres FT A Intramurals Honor Roll CIJ CAROL ANN EBLEN Carol Clubs Qunll and Palm Qulll and Scroll Musuc French Co Sensor Editor Compass Honor Roll C53 K? ,I JAMES RALPH CONNER .Ilmmy Clubs Dance Mono gram Basketball Intramurals WARREN JAMES EDWARDS Warren Clubs Dance Chorus Basketball Baseball Intramurals vo 'SZ' fx LAWRENCE MICHAEL DOWNEY Mnke Clubs Monogram Basketball Intra murals PHYLLIS LOUISE EVANS I Clubs Dance Musuc Malorette A Cappella Chorus II I 'W 4' -f Q.. I . ' , ff . 'f ' I I -I L I I T . V I tr- .f Y 7 K , V 3 P 1 In C' 1 Q' X Q, ff . f t. 6 A X ., X A cf' - f' 1. ' I 1 X 1 I Jo . I . Ph'I . . . . Y. M N ' I . i l Xl , fc? -. E Y, If ,. -1 ' ft ,, V X Q' ' Add one frollckmg Senior Day lv :nf -7 JOHN DONNIE GARY John Clubs Student Councll Track Football ELEANOR LOUISE HILL Eleanor Clubs Qunll and Palm Dramatlcs Spannsh Latm World Events Hobby Treas Llttle Hatchett Compass Business Mgr Lettle Hatchet Intramurals Honor Roll C25 f-1' ROBERT BENTHALL GERBER Bobby Clubs Dance Music Jr Red Cross Surveyor Chorus Cadets Cadet Rafle Team Crew Baseball JO ANN ELIZABETH HUGHES C u s F BLA Jr d Cross Dramatlcs Student Councll Af '4 X--f JACQUELINE DIANE GRAVATTE .lackle C u s F H A F B A Intramurals JERRY PAUL LAWTER Jerry Clubs Monogram Foot ball Track -fi.. I2 "ti -f"6 NANCY LEE HANSON Nancylee Clubs Buble Sec Treas Dance A Cappella Drama Yearbook Staff Chorus Student Council Fort Worth Texas Honor Roll 141 TERRY HARLAND LAYER Poogle Basketball JV Baseball 'Q -N-1 -sr -v' CHARLES PATRICK HENRY a Clubs Dance Mono gram Football JV Football Mount Vernon H S DOROTHY RUTH LEACH Dorothy C u s F H A Jr Cross V Pres and Program Chanrman Art Club Advertlsmg Staff Surveyor Honor R KI THESE GOLDEN DAYS Nancy McCauIy Judy Sonosky Jackie Murray and Joan Novak get ready for January graduation GERTRUDE LONDON Trudy Clubs Dance FHA Spanish Dramatlcs Sec Treas World Events Surveyor ll! i h JANET EVELYN LUNCEFORD Janet Surveyor Student Councll Pes V Pres Sec Treas Sgt at Arms G A A rf O O O ' 1 f ' I f , X -Q. 4 it 3 ij E5 y Q ...4 -- 4 My - v - - L ff" " 1 , 'H -.. ' . ,Q 5 yy- V , ' ,gif N' I 1 X " I X ' I 51' t 1 , . ,ug H , 1, ,,v, :H x sae, , , I- I '-' h' - 3 1. A ' at .J A A ' 1 r ' ' "' ' - 'iff .f f I ll .1 1 'J ' : ' , .- . P t I : , ' , . 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I I I It I Q B ' a 'E , ,. v I 'ar 7 ll 3 37' WILLIAM LEWIS MAJOR DANIEL HOOVER MARSTON Honor Roll Ill Dan BEHIND THE SCENES Addung last minute touches for the .lunuor Sensor Prom are Barbara Lemmon Mary Allce Benedlct Lllllan Stewart and Frances Henderson Standing Molly Moore NANCY LEE McCAULEY Nancy Clubs Art ESTHER RACHEL NEWMAN Rachel Clubs Qulll and Palm Quxll and Scroll Latnn Pep Surveyor Spanush Advertlseng Mgr Surveyor Cadets Honor Roll Ibl "UN 5 f 1f'Uv Q"7 NANCY ANN MESNIG Nan Clubs Qulll and Palm Treas F BLA ra matxcs Jr Red Cross Intramurals Honor ll JOAN YVONNE NOVAK Joan Clubs T as FH A V Pres Buble om pass Cadets ,v As' ,.- I1 .Q tfi hi X is NANCY HOUSTON MONCURE Clubs Sec Qu1ll8t Palm Sec uull 8. Scroll Dance Pep Jr Red Cross Library Art Ed Lut Pub s Ad Staff Surveyor Chm Jan Class Student Coun Intramurals Hon Roll Il CHARLES LAZAR ODOROFF Charlie Clubs Quull and Palm Monogram Student Council Coxwaln Var stty Crew Honor Roll '9- -01 DONALD RAY MOTLEY JACQUELINE CAROLE Don MURRAY Jaclue DOROTHY JANE ROBERT LEE PADGETT PADGETT ee Janne Clubs Dance Track JV Clubs Secretary FH A Football Rowmg Intramurals Honor Ro C53 f!VJ""Q an 'W' 1 fy -1 S -Q- Us '9 RW Q -.sv V ' Q 7 . , v, . -' 1 Y 4 . . X I X I. 3 s f I . . sau ' A , ' ' -1 C . . . I 1 , l l I 1 I A I I I U W ' : . l f ' I L22 ' , x I ,. I -v , ' A l , . . . ., D -l I. ' I : ' , - 2 , , - Ron I ' ' . ' , L : re .... , .- ' ' : 5 , I . , . A 2 HC ' I I j Z . . .I , l ' : ' , "5 : 1 , 'f n ' - ll . " Hi I5, " ' , S s ' ' ' 1 ' r- 5' 5 I R I If I T, C . ,, I " -rf' I - ,. ' ' R Q ' ' Y K' I Q I ai A " , f ...1 - rf, Ar, ' Q Q . Q :A 'X R V N f 1 - N' A , 4 Q x, I . To The fun of the spring class play ,qs- FRANKLIN ERNEST PAYNE Frank Cadets JOHNNY ELWOOD REYNOLDS Monk Clubs Dance Football 'QF .sz Oo qs 'if 1 I4 BILLY RUSSELL PLOTT JR Bl y Clubs Dance Musvc Football Baseball PAUL FORREST RITENOUR Pau Clubs Musuc RAYMOND KING POOLE Sklp Clubs Dramatrcs Astron omy Dance Track Cross Country Tennis Honor Roll I4 BOYD LEE RUCKER Boyd Clubs Dance ,nf 'G HELEN RUTH PALS Helen Clubs F H A Music Dramatlcs .Ir Red Cross Spanish F B L A Band Honor R Ill rs 10 'T LOIS BEVERLY PARKS SENIOR PRIVILEGER Betty Bowlmg Eleanor Hull Judy Sonosky Mrs Snider Bull Baber Skop Poole Russ Dunn Rachel Newman Carol Eblen Nancy Moncure and Elame Woolf enloy an English 8 Chrsstmas party EDWARD WHITFIELD PULMAN Nrckne Clubs Dance Track Baseball EDWARD LEE SANDERSON Clubs Dance Track as be 'bug SALLIE ANN ZANA REESE Sallre Intramurals ARTHUR PAUL SEVERSON Sonny Golf Track 'S qi 5,16 'Y nr wg 'Nba N., T-7 , Q N ,' 5 ' I J' 24 ' 'V we- K , ' , -tl L N - I I 2 1 . I Bo R : . . ., ' , 'fam' A 4 . 'ol-I I .I 1 - l - H' I I I I I I , , . , . , , L I w I I, I , , , .H ' ' : . I ' . . . I : Ed -,I Q, ' R ff 1:3 1 ' I " si A 454 ' ' ' . , . K. ' A xt 7 7, Q 'YV ' ' ,Jn r ' of sg: E ' , , ' 1 . - 2.53 Q. ,DY V 92 1 Q , 3 5, Q , r I 3 ' 3 I A . Q . . I j rf' A -- f- 'W A I 9 I " ir . 1 I f L, f I I I 'Q' 1 Q-5. Q i DAVID LEE SIMMS Dave Varsrty Football Honor KRYSTAL ANN SUMMERS Kris Clubs Double Barred Cross Buble World Events Dramatocs Washnngton and Lee ELAINE LOIS WOOLF Elalne Clubs Pres Qulll and Scroll Quill and Palm Drarnatlcs Ma lorette Music Sec Spanish Edrtornn Chuef and Plcture Edutor Compass Honor Roll I2 'S' 5 3 Z I? 40 SANDRA KAY SMITH Sande Clubs Sec F B L A Surveyor Sec Freshman Class Stu dent Council lntra murals CORA FAYE SUTLER Faye -ar 'QQ Q... HTH 1 011 -ef JUDY HELENE SONOSKY HELEN LILLIAN STEWART JANICE SIGLAR Judy Lllllan STEWART Clubs Qulll and Palm Clubs Pres FB an Music French Jr Red Cross FHA Clubs Latin Pres Spellung Honor Roll Musuc World Events Junior Board Student Councul Intramurals Honor Roll K6 DORIS JANE TUCKER EDWARD CHARLES Doris WOOD Clubs Latln FH A Eddie Speech Dramatucs World Events Luttle Hatchet Debate Little Hatchet Honor Roll I3 MARILYN EDFI. WOOD Marilyn u s Latnn F BLA Red Cross Chorus Junnor Board Band Intramurals ANCHORS AWEIGH Gay Blades In the l956 Leap Year Follles are Sarah Campbell Bonme Frazer Barbara Lemmon Nancy Lee Hanson Sarah Walford Walla Kelso Nancy Cooper Ann Garland Llnda Walden I5 . X H Qi I -ll 'ft 1 'W' "" ' 4 " I 7' . .Z7 x .x , 3? I I ' I , K -5 Q A , .lo Q 1 f 9 A .- lr L. I l ' 'N , ,a X Q IJ ' 5 : . . . . .5 : ' 5 : V,- . , .L.A., J Roll l2I " "Q . ', , . ,.., , z ' , . w' -l .au ' I ' ' : - : ' ,... A Clb: ',.,,.,Jr. 3' tl For flavor take The football queen ig. 51 JOHN MICHAEL AGEE Make Clubs Monogram Co Captam Football Basketball Baseball Co Captarn Track Pres Freshman Class Wash mgton State FRANK ANDREW ATTILIIS Frankie Basketball Wann. "NAAn"'l -v' MARY JANE ALCORN Mary Jane Clubs Jr Red Cross Treas Lrbrary Pep Dance Surveyor Student Council Intramurals GORDON FRANKLIN BALDWIN Gordon Clubs Latm Debate Track Crew I-'onor HARRY MACHEN ARNOLD Buddy Clubs Monogram ball Intramurals TONY ROYCE BARENTINE Tony JV Baseball Ikumluxlf ffdmlb.-.13 Base I6 0- 00 RONALD DAVID ARONOW on CAROL JEAN BEASLEY Carol Clubs Hrstorlan F B L A Y Teens Intramurals Honor Roll 5 BARBARA GREY ASHBURN Barb Clubs Sec Latnn V Pres FTA Dramatlcs A Buble Cheerleaders MARY ALICE BENEDICT Mary Alnce Clubs Qunll and Palm Quull and Scroll Sur veyor Latin Pep Dra matics Chorus Edntor an cruel Surveyor Grrls State Sensor Band Honor Roll 5 IT TAKES ALL KINDS -Martha Duke as Mr. Pruet Alan Bugg as Mr. Garner and Johnny Nottingham as Mrs Tolbert face grave executive problems on Senior MARGARETE LOUISE BERTRAM Ma qarete , J S l 1 44" Day JOHN CARTER BORTON, JR Terry Clubs Sec, Debate, V Pres Speech, Latin, ,P Honor 0 ' ,.,- WILLIAM CAMlLLUS ELIZABETH MARSHALL BOURNE BOWLING Bucky Betty Compass Crew Clubs GA A Chorus Intramurals A Cappella lntra BEAT JOHN MARSHALL' Worlung hard on the Beat John Marshall tags are student councll members Molly Moore Nancy Moore and Sue Hart MARY DONIS BRANSCOM Donls MARY ANN BRITT Mary Ann lubs Dramatlcs F H A Latln Pep Double Barred Cross lntra murals 'U' I murals BARBARA ELIZABETH DANA LYNN BRENNER BRECAR Dana Bobbi Clubs Spanish Library Clubs Dance Intramurals Cheerleader Pres Ln brary Pep Dramatncs Surveyor lntra murals Honor Roll ffl? JAMES HOWE BROWN WALLACE COPELAND Howe BROWN Clubs V Pres Chevrons Buddy Cadet Captaln Honor Basketball Roundhull Va R fll 43 FRANCES ANNE BRIGGS Andy Clubs Latm Spanish Pep Sec Treas Spelling Chorus Jr Board Head Cheer leader lntramurals MARY ANN BRYDEN Mary Ann Clubs Muslc Dramatlcs Chorus Student Coun cll Sensor Band AG' 'fs Y qv-9 EUGENE NUNSON BRISACH Gene Clubs Quill and Palm V Pres Chevrons Dance Student Cours cal Cadet Captain Rifle Team Honor Ro lol CLAUDE ALLAN BUGG Clubs Treas Qulll and Palm Monogram tronomy V Pres Semor Class Jr Board Boys State Boys Na tlon Student Council Football Crew Honor Ro f2l Q5 gan . - l7 All The 'rouchdowns we have seen 0 JUANITA JOAN BURCH Joan a Clubs Malorette Mt Vernon Hugh Honor Ro T25 PATRICIA ANN BUREAU Clubs Musnc French A Cappella Honor Roll ,,-,it A WORD OF ADVICE John McElroy George Potts and Gordon Sulcox dlscuss a very senous guidance problem on Senior Day LEROY THURSTON BURROWS Leroy Clubs Qulll and Palm Chevrons Cadets Crew Cross Country Intramurals Honor Ro C21 SARAH SHORTRIDGE CAMPBELL Sarah Clubs Quill and Palm Latm World Events Pep Commnttee Co ELIZABETH WALKER BURRUSS Betty Clubs Dramatncs Latm Surveyor Lettle Hatchet Honor Roll DONALD RAYMOND CARL Car Student Councnl Mt Vernon Hugh ELLEN FRANCES BURTON JUDITH BURTON Ellen Clubs Dance FH A Intramurals WILLIAM FRANKLIN CARR Frank Clubs Dance Dramatlcs Football Crew .ludy C u s FBLA a matics Library Student Counctl Mt Vernon Htgh CARL RAYMOND CASTLE Car Clubs Music Dance Chevrons F BLA Chorus Cadet Corporal GEORGE EUGENE BUTT George Jr Board Track Rowung Intramurals ANN CAROLYN CHAMBERLAIN Ann Clubs Cheerleader F H A Jr Red Cross Surveyor Student Senior Edttor of Com Councl Intramurals pass Lnttle Hatc et G A A Intramurals Honor Roll K2 4. 4sw"N ,ff 5 ag 15 gn- "' -, " I8 L l 'YI-vs Ti' "'-Q' -I' I JULIA KAY CHASZAR SUSAN TOWNSEND Judi COIT Clubs Dramatlcs Honor Clubs G A A Cheer MELVIN BURTON COOPERMAN Me Clubs Pres Sabre Chevrons Cadets leaders Varsl y Cheer leaders Sec German Sec Cheerleaders GAA Art Sec Pep Modern Dance Chorus Sec Sophomore Class Welsbaden Hugh In Germany FLIZABETH VIRGINIA COX nz Clubs FTA French Y Teens French YTeens Granby Hugh Honor Roll T61 HEAVE HO' Andy Briggs Alrce Sobotka and Dana Brenner thoroughly enjoy themselves as they toss the W L dummy into the bonhre PATRICIA LEE CURRAN EDWIN BARR CURRIE a Edwrn Clubs Quill and Palm Clubs Chevrons Cadet Sec Quill and Scroll Lieutenant Llttle Hatchet Hobby Spanish As tronomy Co Edntor Lmle Hatchett Honor Ro 'wg S -vs F7 JANICE CECELIA COLLUM Ginger SHELBY JEAN CREEL Shell Clubs Sec Treas Spelling Honor Roll KU cfolfffk fffxn cyww If 9226 fgf J fi 4 ZCJALL Wah 4, fx., T7 Q6 .J JOHN MCCLUNG COMPTON Johnny Clubs Lahn Chorus JV Football Frosh Basketball NANCY ANN COOPER Nancy Clubs Dance YTeens Newspaper Glee Club Honor Roll II Anacostia Hugh DAVID SAMUEL CROSBY MARY ALICE CRUMP Davud Mary Clubs Debating Chess Clubs Sec Buble Team Montgomery Blair Hugh Honor Ro l4I I I IIA fn , f Loi, f s, W f ' I -ffffrff-ff gl as nf' 'I - JF! A K' f X, Y 1 ' of ffm F I 4, :fn I - 1 . ' X I ' ' I' ' fn A" I '- A 'Q , ' ' .ff ,f "" W in , I df" ' u . -s ,-' "' if I TC' I ' N' , .. , I 3 t . I If-2 f r!?k'N xx 1. xx ' Roli' JN 7 : .i. ., I? - i : ' I J : :J - 7 I I-I : ,- . I I , I - I ' 1 ll P 1 ' ll 55' I W. L. -7' N0 SUSAN MARY DABELSTEEN ue u s F T A ur veyor Double Barred Cross Liltle Hatcher Honor Roll lll NANCE CABELL DAVIS Nanci Clubs Spanish Dra matics Music Double Barred Cross Jr Red Cross Chorus Infra murals Senior Glee Club, V. Pres. Fresh man Class, Sf. Mary s Academy Pd MARY ANN DANIEL Mary lubs FH A Jr Cho us Surveyor lntra murals Honor Roll Ill REBECCA DAPHINE DAVIS Becky Clubs Y Teens FH A -:Ev 'T' NANCY FAYE DAVIDSON Nancy Clubs Girls Glee C ub Fairfax High MERLE MILLER DELANCEY Merle Clubs Surveyor Hatchet Baseball 20 Ile f VY' Af' ...ff WILLIAM WALTER DAVIDSON Clubs Astronomy Golf ROBERT HARRY DIEHL Bo "3 DALE ALLEN DAVIES Da e Clubs Football JV Baseball Intramurals LAURA ANN DI JOSEPH Laura Clubs Quill and Palm V Pres and Treas Malorewe Dance Siu den? Council Malor eltes THE TIME HAS COME - Ordering class rings from Mr. Deck are Jackie Nece, Bill King Bob Garda Dick Carter Cathy Muvo Paul Goldman and Mike Ramey. BARBARA LEE DISALVO THOMAS DEAN DITTMER Bobbie Torn C u s ln? arnura s Clubs Dance: 'Li e Irv! T' " .Wg if Harchel g lnfrarnurals Lf, . ' 'VD I S l ir The prom the juniors Threw for us Q 6 I 4' I viii ,, Ai. ,wx s' 'N N. L up A LQ,, y i js, Jimi " I, L Ir Q 9' 3 9' A W I . 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' x CAROL ELAINE DIXON Carol Clubs Cheerleaders Spamsh Latm Pep Double Barred Cross Jr Red Cross JV Cheerleader Intra murals Honor Roll 125 fe, , 41" .6 , V X, ,.- MYRNA ESTALEENE DODD Myrna Clubs Y Teens F B L A Intramurals ARTISTS AT WORK Malung scrapboolcs for the hospl talnzed children are Double Barred Cross members Bar bara Caldwell Pat Drewry Pat Baker Rhoda Amorky and Carol Dixon Cforegroundl ROBERT ELLSWORTH DOVE Clubs Astronomy Art Honor Roll I-ll Judy Clubs Dance Jr Red Cross Cheerleader Pep Co Cabta n JV Cheerleaders Varsity Cheerleader THOMAS WILLIAM DOWDY Clubs Monogram Dance V Pres Musuc World Events Surveyor Student Council Jr Board Football Base ball Intramurals Honor Roll II EDMONDS Glenn Clubs Debate Sur veyor Crew Track 'W ,fs we ' h"Tk-L-A DAVID THOMAS DUKE MARTHA PATTERSON Dave DUKE ELLISON Loddy Clubs Pres QSIP Muslc Pres Malorette A an Abramson Cut z Award Pres Sr Class Treas Sophomore Class Jr Board Gnrls State Student Coun n R II ll JERRY ALLEN ENFIELD Clu s G A A Sur veyor ACappella 'Nw J 4. -or-' '42 L Q5 Sr" ,fd-4, IVMJN-'K 'Z' s-4 Jerry Clubs Treas Jesters Capt Band Lueutenant Band Bowllng Capt West Lafayette Hugh Induana I1 Lid-be C 1 ffff ,c.f-154,42 HARRIETTE JEANNETTE DUNCAN Jean Clubs Dance Jr Red Cross FBLA Choru Intramurals ESPINOSA Clubs Drama Ad Stat? 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Vrrgmla JO ANN GARLAND Ann Clubs Pres Lafln V Pres Thesplans Dra matrcs Pep Lnftle Hafchei lnframurals Honor Roll Cll Q 'wu- 'ov Xfv- 22 EDNA EARL GIPE Edna Clubs Dance F B L A Y Teens Intramurals ff' Day fuss -of STUART ROBERT EVA L H Clubs Dance Music V Pres Chorus re s n Ye u g ass Mgr v yor h erl ar Matt :dd nn CHOW LIN P n 5 c im ROBERT CARL FREDERICK CAR Bo na F99 n My YHL E RD B RT Joanne C u s F B I. A nir murals Honor Ro 3.01 'RG s... WUT 7.1 'Cf' 1 3 on r Roll U 'T' lk 64' ui' 'VW GLORIA IRIS GOLDSTEIN Glorua Clubs Latun Surveyor Chorus Intramurals Honor Roll Uh CAROL FRANCES GRAEFENSTEIN Carol Clubs Art Musuc In tramurals Mt Vernon Hugh fi'- 2" 9- 1-as CAROLE ANN GONDER Carole Clubs Musuc ACappeIla Senuor Band Senuor Band Lubraruan Honor Rol Q25 JAMES KEITH GRAHAM um Clubs Musuc Spanush Cadets I ff' S de, of WILLIAM JOSEPH GOOTEE Bu y Clubs Spanush Senuor Band Band JV Bas ketball Mt Vernon Hugh DIANA DEANE GRANBERRY Duana Clubs Dramatucs French F B L A Honor Roll 153 7 1? Q-f BARTLEY BROOKS GORDON Bart Clubs Sergeant at Arms and Parluamentaruan Treas Chess CHARLES MILLER GRAVATTE Bucky Crew Y u 1:- MARGARET LEE GORE Peggy Clubs V Pres FTA Buble Jr Red Cross Honor Rol 4l PHOEBE ANN GREENLEAF ee Clubs Spellung Luttle Hatchet Strung Players Musuc Laturu Spanush World Events Surveyor Senior Band Orchestra All State Orchestra PROGRAM PEEPERS Gaul Futzpatruck Carlyn Oakes Anne Gorham and Duanne Law take a last munute glance at the Musuc Club program before gourug on BARBARA ANN SHIRLEY MAE HALL GREGORY Shirley Barb Clubs Luwsku Cadet Clubs Buble Lueutenant W: 1 ij N-QA ...ua- I U My A V' itf' flux.. f . ' A ' , , 'V' u r - 2 Y , -l, s 1 ' ' ' - age 4 . N yu ' 'U 9-5 I . , n ' A," . y - 7, Q M u . M V U ' fc ' I if I g' c ' I ' 5 I I I - 5. X , ,a s. , ur '-1' ' 1a- . H- Mm H 1 fu., A7 - .J y, X A I ,u ,. W , , x - -Q I , ' , , y . , ,F 'I 1 1 U : ' 5 I' up : 'g 1 'II : .- . . . ., ' ' : 1 1 - . - ' ' . I l 1 I , . . J. 1 ' , ' 1 ' B 'B J' f K ' wi y . .A f l A I Tone It down -'ff' THELMA ANN HALL Thelma Clubs Llwslu Cadet lieutenant THOMAS BEDFORD HAYDEN Tommy ,.1 MELANIE GAYE HANSON Tonl Clubs G A A Y Teens Band West Vlrglnla Honor Roll Q29 WARREN BOWMAN HELWlG Warren Clubs Dance Crew wr'rh midnight .nm 36 uv T""r ROBERT ANTHONY HARDESTY Bo Clubs Musnc Chorus FRANCES SHELTON HENDERSON Clubs Latm Surveyor Spamsh Pep Adver tlsmg Mgr and As slstant Editor Surveyor 24 as N7 fl -11 'mu BARBARA ANN HART Barbara Clubs Music F H A Surveyor Student Council Intramurals Honor Roll KU MARSHALL DEANE HENDERSON Marshall Clubs Dance Monogram Pres Spelling Sur veyor Pres Fresh man Sophomore and Jumor Classes Student Councrl Football Track Crew SANTAS LITTLE HELPERS crammlng 'af' PATRICIA ANN HAWKINS Path Clubs Dance Sec FHA Llwslu Buble Sur veyor Cadet Captain KENNETH EUGENE HENRY Kenny Clubs Dance Baseball lntramurals Bobby Mawyer Carolyn Scott Rrta Easley Joan Pealun and Rose Barber give out prizes at the Junior Dance JOYCE JUANITA HERNDON Joyce Clubs Dance 35 Q5 MARY ANNE HERR Mary Anne Clubs Malorettes, Latm, Chaplain Y Teens, Double Barred Cross 1 - , T X O O I O I V? 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EVELYN LOUISE HERRON JO ETTA HILL ou Clubs Quill and Palm Dramatlcs Latin Lt tle Hatchet Pep Co Edltor Lnttle Hatchet JV Cheerleader Honor Roll 651 PINGGGGGH Rmgnng up a sale on the cash reglster are Nancle Stewart Mrs Sanger and Ronnie Hoflns JAMES DONALD HINES Jimmy Clubs Dance Football JV Baseball lntra murals JOAN MARCIA HUBBARD Joanna Clubs Pres Spanush Spanish Dramatlcs Carlusle Pa fm, Q., fx -e- SUSAN LEONA HlTE ue Clubs Pep Dance Sur veyor Student Coun cll Intramurals GEORGE LEONARD HUFFMAN George Clubs Pres Astronomy Pep Commuttee Span Ish Jr Red Cross Boys State Crew Basketball Q -4 -px- DALE MERLYN HOBERG Da e Clubs Quill and Scroll Edltor Last Wlll and Testament Buble Chevrons Compass Cadet Editor Cadet Lueutenant Co Captain of Rifle Team lntra murals Honor Roll C51 SUE ELLEN HUIE ue Clubs Buble Surveyor fvvfw RONALD CRAIG HOLLIS NANCY LEE HOUSUM Ronnie Nancy Clubs Pres Huntlng and Fnshmg Bladensburg Hugh Football Track SARAH GARLAND HUMPHREY Sal y N 'PQ gs fag vin Wa" Y' 'qs MARY BEATRICE JEWELL Jenny Clubs Malorette Buble Music Chorus Maqor ettes Cadets lntra murals Qg- -Y s 25 ' I v .,- f, I ' , Q ' , N 7 ' ' . 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Events Debate FTA Pres and State Sec Scrube and Treas Thespuans Pres Luwsku Cadet Mayor .I YTeens V Cheerleaders Granby Hugh Norfolk V Hugh Intramurals F' wx- ta "Cf" that 1 o 0 I' Q, , 1 f 1 ' . , sy A --'V ' My su -- to ' . ,I 7 I X A' ,tx 'tj A I, a u --ff-ue I I f 1 W V :ll -'Aff X - Y l N fi .' ,lk 'Q bl - . l . I l ...ul I- l - I F clu l "5 , ' I Bill KINNARD D l Q 1 u l I . : . . Cl U 8 - 1 : , I , - : ' ., , ' . . ., ' , b ll, c A , , , , . ., ' A' .' 4-', ,Ji ' 2 ' ' ' u ': I , I L ' , I, a. 1 as rw. L' .1 ,rx I V! 0,7 I ,YM . :af I A S g is I . . 'Ty I Ji Q 4, "1 .Q 4. . . L1 .wr - I , 4' . 'dk f ..- 'l it ' J Aa 'S - i - -- V , ,Q I I fl! 5-z Jeb X-.wg fm- v-., fin EUGENE JOSEPH KOPP Eugene Baseball xv' A 41 -v JAMES BLAINE LAMPERT lm Clubs V Pres Chevrons Treas Latin Dramatlcs Thesplans Qumll and Palm Surveyor Busuness Stal? Com pass Student Coun cll Track Cadets Honor Roll f7l LORETTA JEAN LESS LEWIS Loretta aloha ubs Latln Double Clubs Buble Clubs Barred Cross F H A Buble School News paper Football Man ager Costa Rlca Honor Roll C35 LOOKS LIKE FUN The Bonnne Sisters sugn autographs on Herb Davns s back at the Student Councrl Record Hop ELEANOR ELIZABETH LUCAS Eleanor Clubs YTeens lntra murals Q l CLARENCE EDWARD Lumow 'ts Sonny '11 -.,s yfyf if s.,,:::,MM xg 9.4 Jjvvvvv 64-1 XJJ I3 fir 1 NED WILSON LANDIS Ned Clubs Dance Chevrons Cadets Intramurals PORTER LEWIS JR Porter Cadets Wulson Long Beach California Ns. IR' PEYTON RANDOLPH LATIMER Pete Clubs Sergeant at Arms Quill and Palm Quill and Scroll Dance Spanish Sports Editor Compass Jumor Board Honor and Dlsclpllne Commuttee Student Council Ten nas JV Basketball Honor Roll !5l CHARLES ROBERT LOCKER Bo Cadet Lleutenant vvs en iq- fr I? fwfr BARBARA HELEN LEMMON Clubs Q8-S QSP Llttle Hatchet Girls State Clubs Pres Teen Sewing Drama Speech Paper Sec Fresh Class Student Coun St Marys Loretto Ala Hon Ro C5l JAMES DANIEL LONG JR Danny Clubs Chevrons Cadet Lieutenant 27 l r' 'f We 1 , 4? , - ,A L . .1 Q 51 A r f RJ V , I 4: Y . ' -f 2 '7 O L, -f up ' .J L 1 , T .J ,V fx .- L , It 3 ' .1 A i 'H S x X Q 1 9 f V 'Tl A' fm X I A J , N I -L 'L I H g 'I f ll 6 is el l -'- " A A X -E ' .MZ ,K f h ' ' ' QW X' , Q N I 9 , K I Q f"' Y, - J. ', -I ll ' 'J l Cl : ' , - . : ' 1 : , ' I , 1 b 1 I l f'JA 1 , 1 1 - r - ,J , 1. .-v"".. I gl .H r l V 'ci DN ,, Q -- X ' Sprlnkl In the caps and gowns I 4 -af' ROBERT CHILDS MACDONALD Mac Clubs Astronomy Chess Honor Roll L4 ANNETTE GAYLE MASSEY Annette Clubs Quull and Palm Surveyor Dramatlcs Sec Debate Latnn Surveyor Honor 0 'Z' 5- 1 .f I ff? as ...e ,..f BETTY LEE MADISON Betty lntramura's Honor Roll WILLIAM McDOWELL MATTHEWS Baseball Intramurals FRANK JOSEPH MAHONEY Frank Honor Roll III JEANINE MARIE MAUCK Jeanlne Clubs Qurll and Scroll Quull and Palm Sec Astronomy V Pres and Treas FT A Spanrsh Dramatlcs Pep Surveyor Compass Copy Edstor Honor Roll I4 r r Wag J is 28 f DEANNA DEAREN MAJOR DI I Clubs Dance F H A NEWTON EARRAGUT MCCURDEY Pete Cadets Baseball Foot ball Parts Amerlcan Hnqlw France ,lik ANNIE JEANNETTE MASON Jeannette Clubs Musvc F BLA Hobby Club Wake fleld Hugh JEAN REYTON MCDONALD Jean Clubs Qutll and Palm Sec Llbrary Double Barred Cross Mayor ette Pep Student Council Intramurals Honor Roll 2 A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME In the name of hrs solid geometry class Randy McDonald presents roses to Mr Lmdsey MARGY LEE MCDONALD MARY CORLEY Marge MCDONALD fs L is-, xl' Corley Clubs Qutll and Palm V Pres Library V Pres Double Barred Cross Malorette Pep Student Council lntra murals Honor Roll 4I w-9- l Q A . 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Orchestra JV and Varsuty Basketball Mgr Tennns Intra murals Honor Roll MI SHOOT THE WORKS Hank Smuth and Nancye Moore decorate for the Junlor Sensor Prom MARY FRANCES MCLANE Clubs Lubrary Sec Treas G A A Clubs Dance Dramatncs De bate Gurls Sports Home Ec Cheer leader Student Coun cll Wagener South Carollna WENDY ANN MILLER Wendy Clubs Buble Dramatlcs Little Hatchet Clubs Debate Latln Glrls Field Hockey Team Washington E Q62 --4 DONALD MICHAEL MCNAMARA Don Clubs Spamsh Adver tnslng Staff Com pass Sr Band BENTON ALBERT MILSTER Clubs World Events Dramatlcs Debate 'UO Ti ,af- HOWARD CHRISTIAN MEYER Howie Clubs Dance Crew Intramurals DORIS ANN MOONEY Doris Clubs Chorus mb Q 'F '3' JO CAROLYN MILAM Jody Clubs V Pres Malor ettes Jr Red Cross Musuc Malorettes Treas Junncr Class Cheerleaders ROSELYN DARLENE MOORE Clubs Q81P V Pres S an Art ur veyor Lrttle Hatcht A Cappella SC Cheerleaders Comm H S Savannah Ga Hon Roll 123 IS Q! 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I .1 A 1 . f The last few days of ups ROBERT ARLAN MORGAN Robert Tenms BARBARA JEAN MUNDAY Barbara Student Councnl -'Z 'T 1 ROBERT ALLEN MORRIS Bobby Clubs V Pres Dance Chorus Football Base ball Intramurals CATHERINE THERESA MUTO Cathy Clubs Drama Radio and TV Intramurals Wake fxelcl Hnph -Q MAREN ANN MORTENSEN Maren Clubs French Dance Sec Treas Art Honor R lll GEORGE HAMMOND MYERS Hammond Compass Golf Ten ms Intramurals I at 'V' ft pl -4.-pn G1 'Me pig,- 'Q9' vxw 30 in Y? and down s f- 41' vs htg NANCY ANN MOORE RANDALL ROLAND Clubs Q8-P Latun Dance MOORE Pep Pres Cheer Rif1dY5J.hcZ leader Compass Jr Board Sec .lr bhyf rum Class Glrls State Fnrst V Pres Stu and f 'lf Coun Outstandmg ij Jr Glrl Cheerleaders A -ESC? ff-CA Hon Roll Q63 lu yr fy or-MH CANDID CAPERS LeRoy Burrows and ura DlJoseph receive their Christmas presents from Santa Claus Ford the Senior Day party whrle Mr Lnndsey looks confused COLLEEN ELIZABETH JOYCE ANN MUDD MOSELEY Joyce Colleen Clubs F BLA Y Teens Intramurals Lols ANN NACHMAN JOHN DAVID Ols NOTTINGHAM Clubs F T A Johnny Clubs Quill and Palm Dramatacs Co Chanr man Pep Commnttee Asst Editor Com Sensor Class Jr Board Boys State Student Council Honor Roll l3l 'Y' eva' Tu 231:- A I I l 'j, ' . 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K7 ALBERT PEACOCK Corky Clubs Dance Sur veyor Band Base ball Intramurals Honor Roll T23 JAMES CARLYLE POOLE Car Cadets Honor Roll VU 'la l ll il, DOROTHY LOUISE PETERSON Dorothy Intramurals Mt Vernon Hugh School PATRICIA ANN PORTER a Clubs Gnrls Recreatron Assoclatuon Hy Tyr Central Polytechnlcal Hugh California With The Prom and :fs elaflon , r ax Af' 1341 Zfff T' Cr' rag KAREN ELIZAB POTTS Karen Clkbs a adef Lueu f Cadet r AA earn 'XI' RICHARD TH AS I rc y XR! I bs rarnahcs Coon ffLL4-Y AAA! ww R-nv D ROBERT MELVIN REEVES Bo Cl bs Checker JV M aseball Washnngfon and Lee Hrgh Base b JV Foovball F Church Hugh Y JOSE? AN A MELLA XRINALD Cha r Florwda LA D crals Yourh Or urals 'I ann arson Muarn lx' fl OFWOY O M in 'Z' EDWARD NEIL RENNER Eddre Lmle Hafchef Arr Edu tor Treas Freshman Class JV Track JV Foofball Honor Roll JAMES HUBERT ROBINSON IVTT 32 5' CAROL RANDOLPH RENSHAW Carol HELEN PATRICIA RUSSELL a Clubs Quill and Palm Spanrsh Drarnahcs Spanish French Dra mavncs Pep Coronado Huqh Calrfornxa Honor Roll 3 fx Q' '1 NANCY MEBANE RICHARDSON Clubs Parllamenfarlan QSP QB-S Ed Sensor Phophesy Pres V Pres French Pep Surveyor Jr Board Gurls Slate Hon DOROTHY MAE SANDRONE Clubs Quill and Palm Band Clubs Qu II and Palm Spanrsh Orches fra Chrrsfmas Prom Charrman Grrls Sfafe Pep Band Treas Band Alternate Cheerleader lntrarnu als Balboa Hugh Honor Roll 5 CUTE AS A KITTEN Lola Danrels Carol Dixon Mass Helm and Dana Brenner enloy the presenvs at the Llbrary Club Chrustrnas parly SARAH SCHELEEN Clubs Sec French World Evenls Double Barred C oss Blble 'slsla Msn r S e or Y Ho c Is Wash nq o and ee ln H no Roll -6 WILLIAM MARTIN SCHUMM Clubs Aslronorny C:ol5 ack H o o We v l r,LN n a o ii Z, 5'-,V V 7n7f Cpslxfl kj " C -V 1 7 . 7 I- X 5 ,fi ' '. 2- f'-.1 '- Q E X' I 6 Q i ,Q Q as . 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I 1' ix '? 46-' -' Qa J NG' JOHN LLOYD SEAMAN Johnny Clubs Latin Astronomy Rowing ROBERT HUGH SEELEY Bo Sensor Band Scnence Club Mount Vernon Hlqh NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT George Huffman Carol Taylor and Rachel Newman work on Spanush under the watchful eye of Jam Putt VIVIAN JOANN MIRIAM SHINKLE SHIFLETT Mnrlam Vuvlan Clubs Music Spanish Clubs Latin Honor Roll Historian F H A New Mexico Honor Roll GORDEN BRUCE SILCOX EVA JOAN SILLEX Gorclen Joan Clubs V Pres Qurll and Palm Quull and Scroll Dance Compass Boys State Pres Stu dent Councnl Chaur man Northern Va Student Council As soclatlon Band Honor Ro '6l Cubs GA DONALD CURRAN SHOUP Don Clubs Latnn Student Councxl Honor Roll C4y EARL' EVERETT SIMS Earle Clubs Dance WILLIAM JOSEPH SHU Clubs Monogram Var stty Baseball JV Football Intramurals ROBERT FRANKLIN SISSON Bo Clubs V Pres Mono gram Student Councll Honor and Dlscuplune Commnttee Varsnty Football Co Captam Varsuty Track 3 'D- X.....r 'sv- xx v- 'NO- CAROL EDITH SIEBERT Carol Clubs Latun Jr Red Cross Honor Roll 15 EARLINE REGINA SISSON Earllne Honor Roll I 'Dm Z r A' "' f T ..,,s .4 'T An e 'o of graduation NANCY MARIE SMITH Nancy C ubs FH A a n WAYNE MITCHELL STcWART Clubs Monogram Bas ketball Football Rowlnq i "'0s W? WILBUR LEE SMITH Wulbur Football JV Baseball Honor Roll Ill JACQUELINE MAY SULLIVAN Jackre u s FBLA Teens Intramurals '15 i rr- 1-. ALICE WARD SOBOTKA Clubs QGP Sec World Spannsh Mgr Make up Ed and Sec Llttle Hatchet Sixth Page Ed Surveyor Su Coun Sec No DISCUSSION League Hn RII 23 MICHAEL DAVID TATE Mike Cadets Honor Roll 'll 'T 5- 1 JOAN ELIZABETH SMITH VERNON LAMAR SMITH Joan Lamar Clu s F B L A Honor Roll l2l COMPASS DELIGHT Jeannle Mauck Jam Lampert Johnny Nottmgham Sue Howard Graham Dunstan and Marty Lumbard help Mrss Jones celebrate her bnrthday FRED CARL STAATS Fred Clubs Dance Chorus Norfolk CAROLE LEE TAYLOR Carole Clubs V Pres Music X Pres YTeens NANCY CHRISTINE STEWART Nancy Clubs V Pres Double Barred Cross Debate Buble Treas Brology Club Norvlew Hugh CONSTANCE IRENE TAYLOR Clubs Qurll and Palm G A A Sec G A A Student Councrl Pans American Hugh Heldelberg American Hugh Honor Roll l5l iii fc-1' Y-9 flag fe' Q 'IP 9- THOMAS WESLEY TAYLOR Tommy BARBARA ROSE TERRY Bobble Clubs F B L A Y Teens Clubs Chemistry Pulasln Intramurals Hugh B' 6' ? MICHAEL ARTHUR TOMALIN Mnke Clubs V Pres Quill and Scroll Astronomy Qunll and Palm Photography Com pass Surveyor Boys State Student Council V Pres Sensor Band Honor Ro 123 'Q fa, 'TIP' ROBERT GERALD TOTTEN MARILYN TRENT Bo Manlyn Clubs Dance Hobby Chevrons World Events Cadets Clubs Music Dramatlcs F T A Symphony Or chestra Student Coun cll Honor Roll CSI FRANK DAVE UHLER SHARRON DILLARD JANICE MARIA VITALE JANE LESLEY VOS Dave VIRLING an Jane Clubs Art Crew JV Sherry Clubs Dance Clubs Dramatlcs Art Football Honor Roll Clubs French Dramatucs Double Barred Cross Surveyor Honor R Ill DECK THE HALLS Judy Walter Bev Herbert and Barbara Tedford help Genny Rublee decorate the Coke bar at the Junior Chrlstrnas Hop LINDA ELLEN WALDEN Lunda Clubs Dramahcs Sur veyor Student Coun cnl Honor Roll IZI 5' A p I SARAH DULVEY WALFORD Sarah Clubs Quill and Palm Lahn, Pres Debate, Jr Red Cross, "Sur veyor", Honor Roll 145 PEGGY JAN ELLE WADE Peggy Clubs Music Student Councul 35 . ' . , " I , I fx 3' I . 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Il I .I cn ' " ' ' I oll Add private moments If you please 'CS' ,7- i 'Y fx TS X7 ' K -an 2 It 5 fl CAROLYN BELLE WALL PHYLLIS BARBARA ALBERT THOMAS PENELOPE RUTH WEST JERRY WHITE arolyn WASHBURN WEADON Penny Jerry bs FBLA Spanish Phyllis Tommy Clubs FHA Dance Clubs Spelling V Pres Dramatlcs A Cappella Clubs Latm Llttle Clubs Chevrons Cadet Hatchet Honor Roll Lieutenant Club Jr Red Cross Y Teens Double Barred Cross Dra matrcs Surveyor Student Councrl lntra murals Honor Roll IU JANE FRANCES WIGGIN FREDERICK ALPHONSUS JOAN ELIZABETH MARY ETTA WILLIAMS ROSE MARIE WILLIAMS Janie WILL WILLIAMS Mary Rose Clubs Spanush Music Fred .loan Clubs Lrwslu Cadet Clubs Buble Intramurals Dramatlcs Surveyor Clubs Dance Track Clubs F B L A Y Teens Captarn Cadet Ad Student Councrl Football Intramurals Surveyor lntra vusory Councrl Honor Clubs Booster French murals I V Pres Delta Tru Hr Y Public Speaking Spot lighters Honor Roll Ill lf. 36 fi Sf M Chevrons Cadet Captam COOL CLEAR WATER Penny Klnnarcl revlves Randy McDonald on Sensor Day In the clrnuc BERTHA ANN CAROL JACKSON WILLINGHAM WINSLETT Bertha Jaclue Clubs F B L A lntra Clubs Treas FH A murals Compass G A A Chorus Narlmasu Tokoyo Japan Honor is I . fs lltr, ' If '- 4 CRW P: A ,. .a yr -- 'I .B I., er " req If -.--la, 1 K 1 , "V X X G 3- , ' B f I 1 ' . 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Tiff -'-er MARY JEAN YATES Mary Jean Clubs Dance Pres Y Teens Dramahcs Spamsh F H A Mussc Jr Red Cross Chorus A Cappella Jr Band Summer School Graduates LAWRENCE JAMES BOLTON Larry Clubs Dance OLIVER BELL CROCKETT JR Buddy Clubs Chevrons Caders PATRICIA ANNE ELLIOTT a Clubs Latun Dance FBLA Surveyor Sfudeni Council CAROLYN MELBA HAISLIP Carol Clubs Music Mixed Chorus Intramurals LOIS PATRICIA KIDD Loss BOBBIE TEEL MAWYER Bobble Clubs Dance S1udenICouncll Cadets Football HARRY MULKEY Harry PATRICIA LOUISE MURPHY Clubs Dance Intramurals Sec ofS1udenI Council Cheerleaders Nokesvnlle Vlrgnnua UOANNEPAGE 51'-'T fl PHYLLIS ANN YARBOROUGH P I Clubs Dramahcs French Dance Publuc Spealung ,,,..,-- -9' -A T ,f 1' YT ,4- 0' 'B' lin 1 9 4 Memories are Xxx Xu X. VX Q4 mf A 'KL made of These FRANCIS PETTIT Francrs gi HENRY HOWARD SMITH 'KH Hank Clubs Dance Track MELVIN TERRY Melvrn Clubs Cadets DLIGHTFUL AND DLOVE Queen Martha Duke and her Malds of Honor Darlene Moore and Nancye Moore are the very prdures of Southern beauty FOOTBALL QUEEN Morfho Duke, football queen, wos crowned of the bug Turkey Doy gome .ww wx FLAPPERS Members of the Quill and Palm taklng par? nn e Turkey Tror are Sara Campbell Martha Duke Dar lene Moore Corley McDonald Alice Sobofka Jane Finnegan Judy Sonosky Carol Eblen Jean McDonald Nancy Rich ardson and Mary Alice Bene IC' 38 ,E xllfu X0 :TW bl 1 43 6 ll 0 H , rxiv Y lv I' ' QL ., L N5 xl , A J l ' N3 5 fa A 4? 'HA 4 5 -.,. I I NM' ti , Q I .r ' I r' ' IW r N l 'NJVLA f X , -N K ra-5 1. I LY"f h Y 'l " .- : 'I Lf L eg . ' l sw 'll T he wfgiflly ' y TQ 'W ah T h 1 l l 1 ' ' I dl, fx , vm -1 1' ' -- 4 1 :J 1 i ' - l v Senior "Celebs" .-g 9 OCLOCK SCHOLARS Gordon Sllcox and Nancye Moore outstanding an leadership and scholarship slrllre a relaxed pose HOW BOUT A DATE' Vo ed Yhe m sf popular boy and gurl In the Sensor Class on Sensor Day were Martha Duke and Bob Srsson ABLE ATHLETES Voled the most alhleflc In the Sensor Class are Jane? Lunceford and Mrke Agee SENIOR .IESTERS Sarah Campbell and Randy McDonald The wnhest boy and gurl perch precaruously atop an Austin 'Tan ,f fd ., in nu , C'S f A,-J' Nr- , .. x ' 5 5 X . Q, l , l -'N I' N 1 f l ilu ' , E ,gm ' , Z f , f' 'N " ' - 1 Q ' 5 ' , ' ' - I fig D . Y- -we . Y . f - A I m l " ""'-1. ' . on W I - ., 3 L W' ' 5 - H5 , 1 fill . lllll I ' 'M " .1 e . ' ,,,, ., , . 57 N l 'W .ri 1 Ky . ,.v- ' Q31 ,, l L X 1 ,y , I '1 IJ I t . f 1 Q! 2 an ,Q Q1 , We're next BY POPULAR DEMAND Junuor Class oftlcers are Johnny Papageorge Vnce Presndent Phil Yates Treasurer Bob Garda President Dave Lehman Publrclty Chairman Sue Ha rt Secretary Davud Abercrombie Hope Abner Anne Adams Edward Altcheson Danny Alexander Jerry Alexander Rhoda Amorlry James Anderson Dorls Ash Susan Barley Patrlcla Baker Frank Ballenger Rose Barber Jeffrey Barnes Edwuna Barrett Kenneth Barrett Muchael Barr Carolyn Bartholomew Luz Baumgardner Jean Beach Marvnn Beach Gene Beavers Tommy Beck Ben Bentzell Donna Bernasek Helen Blller John Botelus Connne Bowen Gay Bowman Donald Bragg Orville Brandt Sarah Braun Bernardme Brennan Louuse Breslm JUNIOR CLASS Heodlng the lust of lunlor events wos the exciting closs trap to Wnl llomsburg, wuth cu ssghtseelng stop over un Rlchmond The yeclrs bug protect wos the Junlor Sensor Prom held In Moy with Its spectacularly developed theme, Kung Neptunes Court A Chrlstmos hop with Sonto and hrs reindeer os timely guests, wos o flnoncucl os well os entertommg success Money wos also roused by the sole of closs cords ...we All an oll It wcs o very successful yeor, when lunlor support ond po trlotlsm pcncl oft' wo, " w LJ eff I '38 gg 'QT Alanna If x Ami, F as X lmn 'Q S 7 8' .7. -xx x f ,fxf p l'e J E V? 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I I I M Wllxnglfarv- F. , 7 Young i L Wafklns K Walls J Welch Wells P Wlme M WIN J Wolf D Wolfford Woolls P Yales M ZllI'T1EV W Zimmerman A Zahn L Zalmrzewskr STRING OF PEARlS Master of Ceremomes Butch Antonuolu holds a strung of pearls for winner Jane Finnegan as Rose Barber Rua Easley and Joan Pelkm look on JUNIOR BOARD Fronf Row Meg Walker Kathne Rodda Rose Barber Connie Bowen Beverly Herbert Second Row Danny Costello Dave Wall man Frank Coslmano Eddie Dyson Sandy McCullough Jnm Anderson B Yulwasz 46 SOPHOMORE CLASS OH to o good stort wlth o Thonks glvung Food Donce, sophomores worked hctrd to moke their December Toy Donce o success Thus yeor os hos been the custom, they presented toys token os odmlsslon to the donce, to underprivileged children A trap to Phrlodelphlo wos olso plonned Members of the Sophomore Boord collected closs dues from homeroom students The sophomore closs expressed thonks ond opprecuotnon to Mlss Mc Kmney ond Mlss Keeton for helplng moke the yeor the success tt wos' TOYS FOR TOTS Glancnng over the results of the toy dance are sophomore class officers Frank Snlcox Vrce President Mlss McKinney Sponsor Bob Mitchell Pres: dent and Duck Kemper Treasurer Absent from pucture IS Fontaine Lloyd Secretary FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH Adelaide Lublg Donald Dull and Barney Barnes enloy the pause that refreshes SOPHOMORE BOARD Slttlng Janet Enoch Fontaine Lloyd Standing Carol Itschner Joan Durrett Peggy Collum Dave Howell Lmda Johnson 1- Q X ,fo- r-wo., -4... Frogs and formaldehyde ROOM 234 Front Row Evelyn Jones Kathy Brashears Joyce Gravatte Warlana Tubbs Betty Cockrell Pat Albrlte Sandra Bruce Martha Lannung Second Row Frank Knull Bucky Pryor Bob Hamllton Jerry Evans Charles Bryant James Brlel Obie Lee Harrup Rrchard Burn Third Row Bart Read Mvlton Saffelle Phll Tre mann Louis Lee Mlchael Henry Robert Feaganes Robert Carroll Jum Wenzke Pete Hershfield Bob Gray Fourth Row Ray Pulley John Gunn James Kerr Graham Hutt Wayne Walker Dwnght Edwards Carwln Kemoer Wrllnam Graves Johnny Glover Everett Greenwood 'L N' JD it-v N V129 YU' iii ROOM 122 Front Row Da nd Wuebbens Edward Asneltord Monroe Bryant Conner Third Row Frank Waldron James Swanner Morton Blly Mvller Buddy Ellxott Alan Che eser Osman Andolsun Mor Kaz John Perry John Tlmberlake Larry Dohner Eddle Mc ns Grogan Second Row Robert Fe ell Edward Treger Theo Donald Fourth Row John Julnano Leonard Goldstem Tony re Arthur Nwck Rnscugno ames A de so Bob Lewrs Genn Stanley Elmer Ollver Kenneth Poft Ernest Langley Geral 48 lnscoe Wwlllam West . f I I ' 4 T A 9 l W s a If H T l 41 T y f 'Wm-or X , s J I l , H ' r j 45 , H , ll . 4 YL . A 'is A ' 1 . l A a s fx Q 1 . L f Q I . fy ,V .f . V, : filwfygq ' I ' - --M f.. vp vi 4' 'l 4.. .- g ' I L , ' ' .ta eff J 'L g I T V. s - I .X ' f 1 . ' J , i-- A 5 'luv X 3 A' it D. , f l i V I C, , J f ,y ' , A 4 1' l ' - , do , ' ' J rw r' I V, ' -, l, , A CJ X CAFE B Front Row Barbara Ballard Pat Lewus Cynthua Abramson Sally Emngh Joyce Berry Anne Morgan Betty Pouzenc Carole Durand Second Row vrckr Cohen Andrea Gregg Gay Cameron Jull " "" l 'I 11 4 'Q XQ1-'wa Underwood Nancy Rand Janet Dove Chrustme Cate Mary Palmer Peggy Beavers Thlrd Row Barbara Burner Kay Gar lock Susan Bostwlck Isabel Herrues Shnrley Simms Sylvua Roland Nellie Evans Marne Thodos I.-...I A-f"Ax 4 ROOM 343 Front Row Mary Ann Roland Anna Cary Jo Jean Reynolds Jean Harris Fontame Lloyd Patrlcua Martln Mary Carter Marcella Pease Second Row Norma Rnfe Jean Smith Carmen Kennedy Kay Phnllups Mary Fairbanks Arlene Koon Sandra Richardson Peggy Collum Thlrd Row Mary Woolford Shlrley Mayhugh Gwen Fogle Darlene Reed Maree Craun Seth Oglnz Donn Fraser Fourth Row Rnchard Harlow Richard Harman Mike Burke Bob Mitchell Paul Apperson Wrlmer Pallant 49 n 'D V A . 'Y F ' " . ' - xx I . 1 . J wr y -5 5 , ..e,,,..... ll 'mv' f 1 , , , A j l l , .. v, , E ,y I X M ,. .wa as V I , A 1 l 1 I r r l l 1 V I t 1 I ' . ' J 3 I ' , . , 'M--f -- ' li ul x I , Q 1 K lv 1. K I 1 s'. L X r s - ' 11 Y 5M I l J Q 4. - I A f ' ' 3 v.,,, 7 4, , I K I ' lX ,,, ,V J is Q. K Q Q S Q' if -1 I f . Y A A h - - 'xx v lf XA ' X R -Q fl X , V . . V- . V - -l i., . A I N 2 , ' , , - ' 1 , ' I I I ' I ' I l I I I r I , I V 2 ' , ' , , . 1 ' , ' , ' I I r I r I I . I 1 I I I I ' Toy and can dances v,..1 .. s ROOM 4 Fran! Row Peggy Jean Rlchfer Juluanne Dunham Ann Helwug Anne Fox Mary Anne Hope Dale Alpert Marilyn Adams Helen Diehl Second Row Mary Paul Marcia Armstrong Borchevsky Lvnda Hearn Karen Bozarfh Judy Clark Naomn Mullue Mary Schmrdt Barbara Salmond Faye Harlow Sally Clark Third Row Barry Bocse Buddy Cry nes John Phillips Charles Shlnberg Ted Barnett Wendell Swann Davnd Jacobson Fourih Row Frank Shane Lows May Edward Abramson Dems OConnor Andy Lynch Jimmy Pope Jum Borton ROOM 126 Y...-v X Front Row Dolores Warren Kay Ma vle Margaret Nolan Jovce Oakes SC EW DRIVERS K x Ln Le and Warr n Jon o o e cc'r c s Kdlln Jacobsor cond R w J ara I Ab eo Lnda Johnson E wma Lawrworne Anne Saflelle Palme Vkrlam Tlurd Row Gall Kremer Au rey mg al r man Janrce Woo Four! Row Par Frvzgerald Bert a Zuspan Wanda Jacobs Elwel M Lk 50 4 4 xi ga. g of Q p 'V fly ' 1 ', 3. .' 5 .1 v V ,Q y.. I s ' D v I L Q f 1 - 1 ok A , 1 ' X w. wh . O' 2 rr S 4 . t , Q l Y V . Q,- ' 7 X f-.- . , I K wg , A r as 'll lm A X XX ' J -ff X A 'z 4 L J A 32 1 1 l K 4 Q airy, . 4: 1 l I V - if . E f A . 0 , ,M W . .E. Q x 3 '-I, . .5 . , ' - Ag , I , R - a' a e e es K X Se 0 U s ,wt , , y d -'-c'k 'N a racll ln All .r lwop A I I . . I d K , P Ki k cl h , lv v ef s jx Lg 41. ROOM 316 Patrxcua Foley Martha Jo Alness Gertrude Boulanger Norma Jean Davndson Nan Darling Second Row Janet Love Dorothy Shaw Joan lsenbecker Ruth Mosley Mona Lee George Judy Mooney Sandy Holmes Adelalde Lubng Sharon Lyon Third 'K 1,11 Hufford Bull Rasco Judy Koolstra Charles Altnzer Raymond Reeves Henry Sell? Fourth Row Carlun Rudgely Jam Cloward Dale Gordon Damon Hertxg Davld Gootee John Moruarty Clif ford Francns JUST FOOLIN AROUND Janne Lucas and Tommle Anderson nnspect the Surveyor bulletnn board TV SHOP 9 Front Row Raymond Wullrams Jerry Smuth Lezley Russell Lawrence Jacobs Robert Srrnpson Second Row Mel Fortney John Hughes Rnchard Allen John Hnggenbotham Kermxt Thacker Thnrd Row Albert Hottle onald Purdy Jlmrny Kinsey Stanley Slwlnslu Robert Ezzell Ru Gasser Fourth Row Gene Hale Jlm Maxheld Jack Lantz John Dnclmer son Joe Walker 51 C 5 X ' ' fi 5 H, 5 ,, I 4 4 J ,K , 'Q ' . J , A A ' . . A ' N' . IJ y 1 4- ' . F, . 5 ' 5 s , 1' F - ' , Q. X. X xg Y ' 1 l l QM ' xl ' . g J, Z ' ,V Q A J J , I 6 Front Row: Joan Marie Keatts, Emily Chew, Graham Dunstan, Row: Ralph Pridgen, William Pettey, Alexander Short, Meade l l J , I , at X x U' , F , , X l " . VI D I . . A . . ,I I dy Et 'ru Brute? g,,..sc.,..x -J Q s.....,-I vm X v-4, 1 ROOM 243 Front Row Judy Nottungham Joy Lours Allce Shaw Betty Loulse Franklin Sondra Ann Beach Julie Anderson Mardle Rogers Carol Kelly Earlene Perce Pat Drewry Astrud Beuer Barbara Blame Patsy Kerns Jeannie Mebus Thnrd Row Thomas mfg. ROOM 242 Front Row Lynne Sea on Cator Julie Magor Dctty McCaffrey Douglas Cross Betty Prather Marty Mann Annette Less Julie Schmtdt Anne Broaddus Sandie Devine Fourth Plotzky Bennett Marshall Gary Lyman Beverly Estep Roy Pler pount Duck Kemper l--I gy Aj A Barbara Cook Betty Harrtngtoh Jude Third Row Barbara Napuer Mary Ann Long Margue McConnell Kurkman Janne McCall Marana Munson Joan Grtmuth Shxrley Porter Joan Ebersberger Nora Burns Gayle Second Row Kathlecn Page Mary Payne Brenda Lancaster Sue McCattery Vtrgtnua Satlelle Fourth Row Ernest Blame Bobby Salter Dxana Neldlch Sarah Ktncad Joar- Madlsor Janet Enoch wrence r Ro erts J Sdney McCauley carrol Ntclro son 52 War en Ma txr- jd. lv ll H , U I ' 'U e R Q x , 4 I . l ' Q., , fl , fx- X Z: 5 ' 'f 1. ' A' 1 .' v A - ' N X ' s . - t , . - , - I I , I . Q l , - , 1 . " U' . J , gh , R 'M' t 3 - -I ,Nb 5 5 ' , I. I ,, -- ., , , v 2 , .. , '. I ' at r- A 6 . s 5 A Reed, Tommy Anderson. Second Row: Jou Ann Wood, Ruth Row: Bill Anholt, Robert Harrington, Frank Regan, Norman 6 I ' s , F L e : R . - 1 ' ll: ' . - 6 ' gf L, I A' I ' ' , - s V -1 . sf.. Q- K y y ' - l Q . ' A 2' ,, N ' A Q, , - . N ,lil j L t X Y I X . .-v J 'l ia ' ' ' ' l , ' , La Ea l b r E , ' ' l ROOM 236 Fronl Row Irene Thorpe Joyce Burroughs Lmda Horne Shurley Daymude Rosalie Langford Ernesfnne Lacy Vrrganla Koon Carol Shut? Second Row Barbara Calhoun Lunda Thompson Mable Lacy Penny Anfhus Barbara Lawler Peggy Rudd Carol Hull l qv 11" Deena Berhanf Ru1h Hcflle Third Row Erik Rosengren Ruchard Hall Parlce Cushs Robert Haugh John Huff Ken Smith Frnnlclun Sllcox Peter Partrudge Fourfh Row John McCar1hy Sonny Conner Sperry Rormg WVQQ' ROOM 228 Fronl Row Nancy Kneel-and Vurgunla Macklin Nancy Cheek Jane Lucas Laura Copeland Emily Coburn Joan Pugh Gaul Smith Second Row Gregory Evans Ronnie Roberlson Barbara Arm: sfead Sally Caraballo Anne Marhn Lynn Gruuls Carol Boswell QQ w f Michael Lloyd Sonny Jones Thlrd Row George Barnes Gene Nelson Gerald Hnclns Nucl: Wlltarnufh Donald Dell Doug Crupper Sonny Showers Fourfh Row Dave Howell Tom Sao!! Paul Pedone Blll Shuler Bruce Rolllns Jam Mark 53 K T . 5 , ' I , Qxlm VV 6 i I ' ' ' rf -L wr X Y X 34 l v h --47 M' ' PM V X la I X ,, Q l X' . I L 1 131- 5 ll X ' E R - x - Y . 1 . l 'R ,, Q 1 T A ' fa , T , 'M " - , as I ,X 4 5 Lg h 8 . ,-, , ., QA . Q ' - . f IP' K ' l - E' ' 1 ,ba 5 ' ' 9 f'- , I x .... -f y Q .Yr -A up A A LM, sl ' W- Clrcles clrcles ancl more cnrcles 5 A-- ...,., -que pew. rw-rv L ROOM 2l0 Front Row Wanda Reed Beverly Smrth Barbara Reeves Marylm Third Row Carl Olrver Chuck Scully Don Rees Bob Herr Lloyd Carroll Nancy Carman Roberra Hayes Sandie Wilbur Drxre Blackwell .llm Clark Johnny Absalom Barry Spogorcl Tom Harsllp Second Row Barbara Caldwell Nancy Baber Lee Row Marlin Fourih Row George Mabry Gary Conner Douglas ley Carole Russel Karen Jorgensen Marla Bode Berry Davis Moore Chandler Van Orman Jack Flowers Hank Benson Ned Rannells Chrrsropher Salmon ynnvf' 'Tl SHOP 8 nf Row B ll backer anes oberv H any Mea cws o Frazwe HELLO HELLO ARE YOU YHERE7 F mane Ll d L r o bel econ Row Rm-:ka d s Tb nw av b Wa re C' nce bares ones Do e Thnrd Row Bruce Beads Lanny l lc if an lv B lly Garrns Fou vh Row oar ng enrws sew W SOP y 54 O O O LV--'Q De .! V . - M! MAA I -Ff ,rl I ' , Q- K., ' ' Y -- 5 ' 514 9 A H , A - . H 4 '. '. - , ,Q . X 4 1 Q1 .. " it I t .' i . :L h ,X I P , ' b , 7 it 'A ww . K ' -r, 9 - - A Q , -, ge I 1 . I : N , L I r . A A f - h , - fi ' fn 'X dz , 1 W-qzrwi H.. , A fir ' 'E' K K ,M 'T'w.-3' a t s,,,wrr:" 2,1 . f X- x - Q rl O X lg Lv fg ., x ' 4 Q 1 ' egg I L. 1 1 f li' J , U ' . , f I ,-5.1 I' ' : 3' r ,x FYO 1 T, .I ' R nf' L d T rv' 'r , o W Oy ar y j,rw C, b , S d Y yagfvas C as Galb, 'yr , ,, Dclv-re' and Jaw' Las-ser' 'se Ur: Uwe 'el n"o"e lines c Lawre c 4 J am ag ' VE S' Cl lr-gvoldsfa Fred Holl d Edward Hopk ws i 'of' ' . S' ' Lo D, ' Eel rl Krfb 1111 ROOM 206 Front Row Carole Walken Anne Tundula Susan Shrlmg Evelyn Hartman ILe1a Sykes Sarah Shrelds Marilyn Wright Diana Splller Nancy Suder Second Row Davud Jones Eddie McClain George Seay Thomas Woods Peter Sushka Charles Lee James U SHOP SNOW FALLIN Behy Harrington Judy Nofhng ham and Julle Anderson enloy a wmter snow fall qu tiara 'S 5, Townsend Ralph Wood Thnrd Row Lee Twyford Tom Marshall Ben Whvfehouse Perry Bonner Windsor Irby Lawrence Soren en J Denms Ramsay Fourfh Row Donald Whufestone Joe Muller Nelson Yeargnn Lewns Daymude xx' xlx From Row Leonard Collrns Jr .nle Conner Marcus Montgomery Wayne Grlmes Bob Danlel Second Row Hernando Mora Kenneth Denholm Tom Davus Jommy Mays Chuck Conners Third Row Paul Ruder Mnchael Conlon Drayron Tylee Bernie DrNucola Pefer Jorgensen Fourfh Row Richard McDonald Conrad Chadwnck Davnd Ross Ralph Morgan 55 6' gl ' N , r J -, 1 , - ,, A X . ,y X N . . , , V - 'F rg-wt, x l , - xl ' A y , -3 V' ' '4' I . . , A Q , X ' , . : ' , ' I, s , r., ' , 1 ' , ff A L rr- ' A 0 V 5 -7 I L1 f . 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' 2 D , bl Mysterious "Miss Hinch" 41 ROOM 202 Front Row Margaret Wlngfleld Sylvua Hayes Jeanne Reed Ml dred Walton Loretta Splnks Pat Whalen Gwen Johnson Maree Deaton Second Row Betty Purdy Peggy Wllluns Janet Pethtal Barbara Chrrstnan Joyce Lee Barbara Reeves Gall James Mar ...a- garet Adams Margaret Hyland Thnrd Row Dorrs Gordon Marte Fusher Mary Spaldtng Judy Stark Jamce Arnold Margue Watlcrns Wllllam Mtlls Vance Stlpe Fourth Row Charlie Petttt Carlin Bontz Hal Kerlsn Gary Swarm Joel Councul Fred Srrnmons hast Y.-.A ,- bv uf-' di KOOM V5 ont Row Kay Black L one Lardws ns ar, Lnvnrwgston ts Fltsarnen Mason Second ow 1 C nes ex 1 er re e H l K rsttne Mtflroy Nan F o o n U e Nc Third Row 56 'QB Jtrnrwy Torner Stephen Burstetn Norbero Echegoyen Adam "lu bell Davtd Mason Charles Holden Martm Clayton A dre Green Fourth Row Donald Clever Donald Poretz Bull Ottey Penny Della Rocca Wulluarn Henderson Roger Peterson Raymond Pavore Da ry Dupree Mtlme Boran 5 Jrhl, ' . -. ,I - 4 4 . . S 1 1 x 4 1 A ' t X X A -., - i 4 ,Mrs '- 1 s . L , ,, -- 1 2 ' , A , ' , i- , . ' 1 ' , A I F I I I I I F r I Q I A A I I I I I - I . I ' I lr 4 ' -. s, 3 - ' 1 ' . ' ' l ei '. 'J ll J -Q A '. ,A 4. ' , X -. P' 1 X N I K L Q I . 1 .-2 3 v 1 t C' H . 2 Q 5 5 X 5 g . N L - 4 'vvl . ,x ' ' lf 9' . l f - 1 , - . ,- 7 ai I " .. ' ' 9 ' X ,V .M 4 - . L ' f - ' . 4 an .. -' J Q' Y ,qv . es F' A NX .I 7 5- K ' r 5? x tv Fr o t Kay fclrt M . 4 t , ' , Caro- ltscnref Lo Schwartz B . ' R b t , 'W '- 9nlt Jo AI Rdd l Flo nc al r , cy , ' ,llt " Ca' l Pulley Jo' M 'won fnarlt ollgn ' , ' 'l,,......... 1 CAFE T Front Row Joan Durrett Pat Hudson Charlotte Moore Nancy Fntzgerald Ann Tothlll Jaclue Alllson Audrue Wulluams Mary A n S lls Second Row Neda Woods Sandra Rutherford Helen Jean Delancey Jean Pugh Barbara Jenluns Gall Seeley Betty 9? 15 ua. Vaught Bette Wulllams Esther Blame Third Row Lmda Jean Clark Judy Mayhew Kay Golt Gretchen S hlltz Janet Downs Betty Davidson Carolyn Tapscott Jo Jean McCoy Fourth Row Joyre Berry Myra McGee Barbara Wade Charlotte Wydra .ad 'IA ii- FR ND IN NEED Jeannette Padgett and Carl PURSUIT INTO PLANT LIFE Mlss Florance describes the growth of Olnver attack a tough geometry problem plant to Bruce Rolluns Nancy Carman Jummy Borton and Sandy Rlchard son nn bnology c ass 57 I 9 Q H" s . , A , ,Q ,,,,,. . 'I - I 1 -M W- 4 I ' , W I K !f.....V-. x n I .I I: ,J I I ' , I J, C I, , it? , L ' 7' I A 3 ,t O f M X I L . vt, ,gp ,y S 19 vi I een '1 I 1 , ' 3: X v 5, f A 'W X " . l " ,fa ' J ' ft Q 173 x f- ,,,, , ..z fl: C ' y x , I P X . IE f - ' ' a Here we stand . . . FRESHMAN CLASS Clos: assemblies seem- ed To furnish oll the help freshmen needed, ond they soon found them- selves of eose in closses, sports, ond even in their show for the sophomores, on The sloge. Their Tolenls turned To helping others in The Junior Red Cross Drive. THEIR FIRST YEAR AT IT fMiss Currin explains the executive duiies of the freshman class to President, Phil White, Vice-President, Ann White, and Secre- tary-Treasurer, Fred Dashiell, Q' ..4i x 'T ' TN fr' 58 lb as . CURIOSITY PLUS-Comparing iheir new schedules on the firsl clay of school are Margie Evans, Joanne So- nosky, Robin Duncan, and Caiherine Marshall. CAFE P,: Front Row: ,leanee Turrell, Barbara Whiimer, Mary Spinlrs, Mary Napier, Delores Young, Ann Spivlle Alice Wrighv Helen Sl'-iflel' Second Row Ellev Da'-.son Mary Weslon Connie Poel, Be'Yy FauceY!e, Ellen Vaughan Gladys Tabler, Brerda Johnson Shir- ley Kinzer, Third Row: lna Zuspan Diane Dailey, Barbara Henderson, Shel' my Sullivar Doris Taylor, Joan Cooley, Judy Mille' Fourvh Row Louise Moyer Joanne While Carol Rc""oclc Nam, Ga'd"c-' Linda Bame: , 1 3 Ii li' ,J Y Y 'E J , E t i . C i 4 I ' i ,u rw ,, , I IT" rzi as ,Q ,vi -,l- t 'Fiji lim, ' ROOM 230: Front Row: Janice Beach, Mary Baer, Faye Humphrey, Mary Ann Garrett, Donna Ballance, Nancy Morris. Second Row: Ray Holtzclaw, Kenneth Sanger, Jan Garwig, Rockie Fera, Earl Carr, George Lamont, Walter Clarke, Kai Lan Lee. Third Row: Lynn Bowman, Paul Meyer, David Knowles, John Boswell, David Boland, George Arnold, James Beales, Fourth Row: Early Donald, Henry Langhaim, Tommy Leith, Jerry Griggs, Albert Pasquali. i 1 YY 97 1 ROOM 225: Front Row: Linda Waddell, Kay Chris- tian, Ellen Sansburg, Beverly Mellott, Gail Langley, Phyllis Thompson, Judy Britt. Second Row: Steve Fields, Ken- neth Kidd, Norman Edwards, Richard Proulx, Berniece Swithenbank, Carl Greenwood, Bill Tutt, John Rogers. Third Row: Frank Hall, Larry Bracey, Eddie Schwabe, Frank Werkheiser, Pete Tomalin, Joe Saunders, Charles Hurst, Howard Watson. CQ ' ov- Eg ,off ,ff get 0 Ill P l A li' 'E n , 'si-" S 'il an fx.. My IQ' 'YV vp, ROOM 3141 Front Row: Maidee Melton, Barbara Ann England, Joyce Bowman, Dianna Lee Thompson, Peggy Brooks, Shelvey Greene, Susan Dykstra, Sheila Louise Yarcey. Second Row: Jimmy Burner, Richard J. Magee, Garland Louis Neese, Danny Zimmerman, Russell A. Penning- ton, Gary Butcher, Claude Cheatham, Tom Lear. Third Row: Gilbert Fletcher, Charles Suthard, Alfred Roberts, Dan- dridge Tomalin, George Ways, William Feagans, Ronald Phelps, John Ramey, Fourth Row: Melvin lnscoe, Franklin McGurgan, Robert Simms, Lewis Woolls. E! Gil . O' 'Q-.i ' I I, , A v 5 x'J if-' QC. 1 Y n ' E 59 Like birds in The wilderness. .. s 2 x. -ur X 6 t ROOM 332: Front Row: Frances Cox, Joyce Burgess, Cynthia Fulwiler, Mary Peters, Jean Jelterson, Judy Munday, Karen John- son, Carolyn Scott. Second Row: Lois Gladden, Margaret Capozzi, Betty Evans Gladys Carter, Mamie Strieber, Mary Crowell, Jeanette Gregory, Martha George Third Row: Ronald Von Dre-au Carroll Danielson, Patricia Hobbs, Beclry Wade, Gene Stanford, Joel Hitt, Donald Steele William Hamil- ton Fourth Row Edward Kelleher, Robert Rhodes Donald Dugqer Dale Henderson Cha'lc-s Mason. 60 .xx VQN. sr .0 -- ' 1.. ROOM 118. Front Row: Carol Fletcher, Pat Harri- man, Joyce Morgan, Barbara Hughes, Gwen Langford, Sue Lumbard, Pat Hampson. Second Row: Llewellyn Gil- lum, Bruce Barach, Catherine Counts, Libby Litsey, Judy Crabill, David Ben- nett, Dennis Shaw. Third Row: Bill Pfeiffer, Bill Dempsey, Walter Hite, Dick VVilliarns, John Pennington, Jimmie Dixon, Johnny Mitchell. Fourth Row: Bill Sweeny, Ed Grover, Richard Ewald, Charles Acton, Wayne Harris, Eddie Garvey, Braxton Allport. ROOM 334: Front Row: Gwendolyn Gianniny, Bar- bara Gutridge, Pauline Cogswell, Caro- lyn File, Lynn Mesnig, Loraine Starkey, Mary James, Sandra Fortenberry. Sec- ond Row: Robert Walters, Cherry Prado, Polly Wagner, Martha Kerr, Nancy Rogers, Patricia Bowman, Sue Sumpter, Barbara Cooper, Teddy An- drews. Third Row: Hubert Robinson, Dan Lineberger, Jim Agnew, Bill Mid- dleton, James Dunn, Robert Cramer, Ernest Loomis, David Huntt. Fourth Row: Robert Warsing, Billy Williams, Fred Dashiell, Thomas Mobley. ' lla s ROOM 330: Front Row: Sandra Frommer, Janet Waldvogel, Doris Joan Critzer, Joan Young, Patricia Arnald, Marcie Oakes, Joyce Campbell, Joan Sprouse. Sec- ond Row: Jane Goodman, Dorothy Silbert, Jo Ann Heppner, Barbara King, Pat Greene, Elizabeth Nelson, Lena Gallespie, Rita Niceley. Third Row: David Lawhorne, George Newton, John Sawyer, Francis Rich, Wayne Nolan, Wayne Coakley, Richard Reeves, Lee Chestnutt. Fourth Row: Jerry Deitzer, Edgar Wright, Charles Hawkins, Her- man Riley, James Steele. ROOM 3l2: Front Row: Lena Mullen, Barbara Kur- tehs, Betsy Jane Schamberger, Martha Bennett, Bonnie Jean Oyler, Thelma Opperman, Edie Bowen, Sandy Moore, June Cohen. Second Row: Banks Pre- vatt, Martha Carr, Anne Todd, Char- lotte Paxton, Audrey Hart, Betty Ray Cordrey, Sharon Van Sise, Elaine Sher- rill, Barbara Richardson, Tom Ortena burger, Third Row: Jay Rixse, Billy Crawford, Steve Underwood, Allen Reed, Jay Tuttle, Ray Warner, Fred Pinkerton, David Martel Fox, Eddie Vincent. fn- 1 i 6 YTN l l 'X si. i- sf. YYY iii -ll' ROOM 232: Front Row: Regina Almestica, Helen Lawhon, Charlotte McNeil, Elaine Wat- king, Alice Williams, Sarah Webster, Nancy Compton, Betty June Francis, Shirley Pinkston. Second Row: Car- lotta Blakemore, Judy Durrett, Janet Mwerspaw, Jean Marie Coddington, Sally Hall, Carolyn Russell, Robbie Sult, Gretchen Van Horne, Third Row: Ed- die Doran, Pete Mayer, Jimmie O Neill, Philip Beasley, Gordon Johnson, George Webb, Bill Croker, Emmett Trice. Fourth Row: Alaric Robertson, Donnie Strother, Jim Padgett, Dari Lern- Iey, Larry Haatvedt. 61 Brimful of eagerness . . . ROOM 226 Front Row: Nancy Rathbun, Patricia McGrady, Charlotte Katherine Deltz, Christiana Walford, Candy Walford, Maeve Haughey, Lorna Aldrich, Joanne Sonosky. Second Row: Ann Frutchey, Linda Florance, Margie Evans, Janice Naylor, Mary Komoroslce, Catherine Stewart, Catherine Marshall, Peggy Shine, Shirley Arthur, Third Row: Maurice Holien, Robert Whitestone, Torn Murray, John Campbell, Terry Walz, Kit Irion, Orhan Andolsun. Fourth Row: James Sharratt, Robin- son Duncan, Al Durrette, Charles Adams, Harry Van Pelt. 'I 'Q ifft , , ..., r QDJ . wi". 9 . I. 'vt K- 1 b ,,f -4 49- '7 J 'l lil ' 62 t' 4 r 'f "7 :T 7-S QT ROOM 203: Front Row: Nancy Seay, Marian Crockett, Diane Peterson, Sue Clotz- man, Elaine Henderson, Gladys Mc- Daniel, Faye Knight, Brenda Wilson. Second Row: Linda Hall, Cathy Ann Gainey, Janna Garrett, Rosie Felts, Joan King, Barbara Polk, Sheila Brecar, Peggy Thomas, Frances Saunders, Third Row: Joel Flax, Marty lGeorgel Gens- mer, John Engquist, Marilyn Kimel, Grace Smoot, Ann Pridgen, Alan Beamer, Herbert Boulanger. Fourth Row: Gene Calhoun, Richard Barnhart, James Truxell, Bill Gentner, George Shirk, Garlon Haney, Albert Hancock, Pat Mann. ROOM 200: Front Row: Ethel Bennett, Brenda Barker, Julia Meyers, Mary Parsons, Saudra Davis, Mary Tafarella, Mary Ann Ramsay, Earleen Lucas Second Row' Donald Baker, Elizabeth Clements, Sally Smith, Alice Tarnay, Gloria Day, Helen Watts, Dolly Gold Ronald Eushy Third Row: Walter Schwartz Nash Basom Harry Shatter, Noel Van Sevol John Davis Roger Strong Thorn- as Cragg David Heflin Fourth Row Roger Craddock Doug Rhoades Eugene Holsinger Jess Oriclr Q I I A x A Q ROOM l36: Front Row: Ann Elizabeth Jones, Gage Dennett, Mary Edna Via, Pattie Up- church, Shelbie Coleman, Bettie Welker, Janet Riley, Margaret Slagle, Second Row: John Long, Dale Hamlin, Charles Green, Peggy Hicks, Sharon Cobel, George Brock, Jackie Walker, Lawrence Kroll. Third Row: Steve Dunlap, Jerry Fair, John Garten, David Shrader, Eddie McClay, Wendell Wilson, John Dough- erty, Joe Ritenour, Court Warfield, Joe Kingston, ROOM 127: Front Row: Lorene Montague, June Morris, Carol Mullen, Anne White, Carolyn Virginia Downs, Kathy Baker, Geraldine Cerny, Jill McEntee. Second Row: Elaine Silverman, Wanda Heiston, Sharon Kay Zittelman, Karen Lea Shay, Emily Rao, Paula Petersen, Wardlee Kennedy, Jean Duncan. Third Row: Edward Boyle, Francis Kirby, Andy Lomp, Joe Hilburn, Robert Lee, Charles Woods, Roy Weitzell, Clyde Willough- by. Fourth Row: Arnold Jones, War- ren Crane, Thomas Williams, Robert Scott, Stanley Swift, John Boaz. of-o Qwqfe-fl,,w,Lda7-a.. Udvollfywv Prw! nuqmw-544 fcmf.a,eea.. '02 .451y4Jf5J.wo-2.44-J J-an 0 9 X 4 1 ROOM 1441 Front Row: Robert Trotter, Robert Kerr, Jack Jolly, Jerry Barnes, Roy Tindula, Donald Starr, Carl Graefenstcin, Bobby Surina, David Reynoids. Second Row: Tommy Van Buren, Jack Blumenthal, John Severson, James Garwoocl, Robert Loftus, Ronnie Pitt, Robert Mclntyre, Leonard Brand, Third Row: Elmer Lloyd Kidd, John Sims, Harold Jones, Jimmy Lawter, Bill Wood, Edward Felts, Dor-ald McDonough, Buit Bostwick. Fourth Row: Jay Jennings, George Lucas, Fred Oldenburg, John Williams, Teddy Tylen, Harry Dixon, Billy Morris. 91' i 'Qs Q x Waiting to be sophs! i I i eel I 1' Q' ltr ROOM H41 Front Row: Barbara Bolton, Joann El- liott, Lynda Allen, Betty Lyons, Beverly Weller, Anne Martin, Margaret Cook. Second Row: June Lafrogiola, Joyce Alice Marsh, Carol Hewitt, Rosemary Klatko, Shellia Chin, Sarah Kemp, Mary McBride David Murray. Third Row: Tow Su-les Ray Stephens Doug Col- yir' Richard Bortz Kenneth Benson, Joe Hartwar' Garnett Kiser. Fourth Row Fred Nefitora Phil LaBa"e Wa'- 'er Seat Bill, Gene Callan Jack Simp- cr-sii.i stewar- 64 CJ T av al We W 1 ll' N it J 'Qt ' 41 is X r'-" -"J ROOM 120. Front Row: Dorothy Tapscott, Virginia Hart, Barbara West, Jo Ann Blume, Joan Mauck, Pamela Page, Judy Heat- wole. Second Row: Kay McCaftery, Toni Herbes, Sara Lee Flemming, Gail Anderson, Kay Thomasson, Polly Mon- rotus, Sandra Stidham, Anne Leazenby. Third Row: Bradford Luke, John Hun- ter, Peter Dow, Bill Burke, Charles Cor- der, Larry Lee, James Glymph, Ronald Ball. Fourth Row: Robert Brown, Ray Houser, Donnie Patterson, Albert Par- nell, Bill Peterson, Bobby Crum. ROOM 'll7: Front Row: Emily Watson, Charloett Smith, Winkie Branscom, Julia Nolan, Peggy Hurst, Shirley West, Joyce Rowles, Pam Warden, Sue Avery. Sec- ond Row: Pat Hutchison, Letitia Castle, Joan Bowles, Jane Little, Barbara Bowl- ing, Carolyn Plybon, Randy Flynn, Page Smith, Jean Leitch, Third Row: Hubert Thomas Barbour, Thomas Nalls, La- vinia Kleinfelder, Pat Moore, Linda McSpadden, Philip White, Bob Spivey, William Ryan. Fourth Row: Raymond Duvall, Gary Willey, Ronnie Jones, Michael Vopatels, Robert Shaw, Eugene Barth. i i , 0 10 'VU I T' os' - s 9 i ROOM ll0: Front Row: Kay Berkey, Nancy Wood- ward, Joyce Knill, Deanna Denning, Margaret Aylesworth, Betty Pickell, Nancy Scott, Martha Sanderson, Betty Britt, Second Row: Maxine Catzva, Mary Gay Doman, Roberta Lee Dawson, Janet Crouch, Sylvia Corbin, Barbara Slate, Bev Roberts, Janet Rodda, Third Row: Kenneth Shepard, Cammeron Smith, Billy Burruss, Dick Burke, Reilly Bell, Jeff Wolford, James C'Connor, Jimmy Glase, Eddie Coppage. Fourth Row: Rex Smith, Gabriel Marciel, Ron- nie Valentine, Roger Wallace, Larry Smith, Tommy Bettis, Bobby Clore, Jack Bush, Vic Tuck. SHOP 5: Front Row: Jerry Crotts, Christopher Parsons, Robert Clark, Allan Boteler, Benny Smith, Robert Brown, Second Row: George James, Bobby Goodman, Richard Moore, James Wooten, Dallas Lunceford. Third Row: Ralph Jewell, Martin Brula, Jack Phelps. -.i2 A Q- ,Q 'i X 9. 0- , l 6 r 5 , ,CX s' 5 4 - -11 ifrx -,I-aj b Vs 6. '1 E 'H 'Q' 0 V IP' i at X SHOP 4: Front Row: William Franklin Conard, Joseph Wood, Allen Wheeler, Delane Maulden, Tornrny Grittitln, Jackie Barene tine. Second Row: Jimmy Murphy, Tim Britt, John Huntt, Robert Gibson, Earl Elliott, Wayne Honse, John Boyd. Third Row: John Waldrep, Billy Mc- Kelleget, Paul Claussen, Johnny John- son, Carroll Smith. 65 r 're-Qt 79 11 ,l l .VM I Fourteen years worth of courses are offered and Teachers find fume to relax Kg' '1wgi:'g3? :3 ,, Hin 3 "QW Q ..s :Q - ln , , - V 15'x ,ls SK? 16 :umm 5315- V0 ' min .-MU .4 11' ish' ' ww. AF' T. -, ..4, fir 'QF3 .QQ .r 1 2' ff' I .qgqfr ,Q 1 .4 if 'a 3' W-N From where they sat '44 f-497' MR EDGAR G PRUET Prmclpal MRS JOSEPHINE TOLBERT MR PRUET The very umportont lob of running G W belongs to :ts prlncnpol Mr Edgor G Pruet however he vs very obly os susted by Mrs .losephme Tolbert ond Mr Robert W Gorner Deon of Girls ond Deon ot Boys respectively It as on them thot the proper tunctlonlng ot dlscrplnne ond generol school oFFours depends Whale not busy os GW s prmclpol Mr Pruet devotes himself to clvlc of tours He as on octlve member ot the Klwonus Club ond on olssoclote teocher of buslness ond professlonol men t the Boptlst Church The prmcupol spends some ot has spore time cormg for his flsh which he hos lust recently ocqulred os o hobby ond reodmg Somehow Mr Pruet Ends time to crowd o few more octlvutles Into on ol reody busy schedule He as on member of the Admlnlstrotuve Council Repetition of the Southern Assoclotuon of Colleges ond Secondory Schools which chooses schools from Texos to Vrrgmlo tor oc credltotuon ond os It this Isnt enough he IS the clrolrmon of the Stote com 'QT T- 68 s ta Ch ge of MR ROBERTW GARNER s sta t P Boys mrttee olso Y AT A GLANCE M P ue! o o ool b u da y Aex . 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I . . . . . , F 1 As is nl Principal in ar ' Girls ' ' ,Q As? n rincipal in Charge of .X ID P CIT - r. r p ints ut the new high sch o n r of l andria 'll-l .Jil J ,Q Q Good pointers GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT The helpful hands of the counselors are constantly working to prepare GW students for their future careers Therr schedulmg testing counselrng and placement servrces occupy many busy hours MISS JEAN WHITE Guidance Drrector College Nrght Student Awards MISS STEWART .IONES Counselor College Nrght Compass Lrterary Sponsor Charrman of Super untendent s Advrsory Commrttee MISS LYNWOOD KINDER Counselor Faculty Councrl College Nught MR PAUL MACKEY Counselor College Night Cap and Gown Comrmttee Game Ticket Commrttee FACULTY The faculty of G W Hugh put rn many busy hours during the week not only In preparing for their sub gects but also rn sponsoring clubs, chaperonmg dances, and enloyrng their annual fall prcnrc GOING UP Mrs Patrrck and Mrs Opal Wrlllams decorate the Chrrstrnas tree IN the office MISS HELEN JONES Head Clerk MISS ETHEL BAKER Clerk MRS MARGARET BIBB Attendance Clerk MRS NAN PATRICK Clerk W::::v'o i Q muff inf if gs X QQ: Qt S: 'Vi 0,1 'Q-r' he-ar 'V 1 ea 4TH iff ,..- lv OFFICE STAFF Mrs Opal Wlllrams Mrs Alice Mc Donough and Mrs Barbara Moore 2, iff Il Cx 1 Q . . I N I . K J.. A V. ,jk ' T - ' l . ' I ' I ' N . I - . . 'wmxt Q D , ' . . I . I n . . r - ' . ' Tax I H D' S Q in in Q 'x 'I ,,.x- N ll :ww-N ffrtsfl , A , Il,.ffll,, ffffwfff ' le ,f in lf' 'Dx if vu.. 5 gb- ""' sr' ...X pu-N ,,...fu- wr' aggr' ENGLISH DEPARTMENT English teachers set many goals for themselves. They expect to help students pre- pare for college English to encourage reading for pleasure, and to give stu- dents a firm grammatical background for business and social lite. Journalism, a branch of this department prepares students tor news careers. A TOUCH OF FERFECTION - Miss Guill ex- plains the St. Pauls Cathedral to Jerry Lawter and Merle Delancy. 70 IDX EN YT' 5 'cr'- nap, any it-liL.4 f vi f, MR GEORGE BAGBY English Dept Head Schedule Committee Game Ticket Committee Director of Literary and Forensic Acttvtttes MISS ELEANOR CURRIN English Superlntendents Advisory Committee American Ed Association Bulletin Staff Freshman Class Sponsor MRS BETTY GILBERT Speech Arts Journalism Surveyor Sponsor Quill and Scroll Sponsor Little Hatchet Sponsor MR DEUCALION GREGORY English Chairman of Faculty Council Supertn tendents Advisory Committee Senior Class Co chairman P T A Treasurer Sec Language Arts Teachers of N Va Public Speaking Sponsor MISS EUNICE GUILL English Junior Class Cosponsor Star c o lasttc Competition MISS LUCILLE KEETON English Sophomore Class Cosponsor MISS PHYLLIS LEIBOVITZ English Speech Arts Dramattcs Club Sponsor National Thesptan Dramatlcs Society Sponsor Student Awards English Spelling Contestants Sponsor MRS EVELYN MONROE English Q C Lending literature . a 4 LL S 'T' ' I yi if ' , ' ' ' ' , 1 B I I f MM, I . H H ' I sf . . A ' Q , , H H Sh l '-' 1 icy kgjt-,.,' . ' .. ' X Q., 1 r -vs - ,F A I I 1 x . A Mg- Mas: AGNES.LlPSCOMB " ,. 1r1 O f ' lm J ste, . A9 O. X- , thi: 'kv . xx Q Y' t Lf t xx Z' I 4 T l -I ki. ' l Band-aids, books, ancl brunch ., , .1 I , fig? as , ' K I , Z , N , y , 1 M hifi 2 'QI 'J .,, sr jf MR JOHN MURDAUGH Engllsh Game Tickets Commntee Coproducer of Duploma Daz' Hall Supervision MISS ELAINE OWENS Englrsh Faculfy Council MISS MARGIE ROBERTSON English Assembly Commntee Aufhor and Producer of Robert E Lee and Coproducer of Diploma Daz' MRS MARY SNIDER English Jumor Class Co Sponsor MISS SYLVIA SOMERS Engllsn Dance Club Sponsor Readung Coach for Forensxc Contests MISS UNIS WOODWARD English Remembrance Commlltee Chairman LIBRARY CAFETERIA AND CLINIC Reocllng IS C1 poshme not Io be overlooked especuolly with o llbrory coke, Coke, ond Kleenex os occessnble os GW s somsflecl everyone Kung size quonhlles of STAMP ME IN Mrs Seay and Sandy Holmes sugn Pete McCurdy unto the library MISS BLANCHE HELM Lnbrary Cap and Gown Commmee MRS MARY SEAY Lubrary Library Asslsvanvs Assocnavuon Sponsor MRS NELLIE CLAYTON Library MRS VIRGINIA CARR R N School Nurse MRS ANNE DANIEL School Dlehllan Q ,A C' 4-,- L v FLYING PENCILS Maren Morlensen and Sue Huue work In lournallsm class checlung las? mnnufe galleys for the SURVEYOR 1+ QW' Sclentlflcally speakmg Inf! ,AJ -5' 1 71- 5 P., 17 C., SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Four sclence courses are offered Interested G W students General sclence deals wnth Invlng and non Ilvmg thmgs, or organic and morganuc matter, as a matter ot tact, most everything' Biology usually brings 'Frogs to mlnd Dlsectlng frogs IS one part of the plan to encourage actuve class partlclpatlon Most students recollections of chemistry are of problems and equa tlons, when one wrong answer could mean so much' In physics classes, nature's laws are explained and applaed 72 f 2' N.. i5 inn.. -sv if MR ARCHER MILLICAN Scuence Dept Head Tucket Commuttee Schedule Commnttee General Supervusnon MISS SUE FLORANCE Sclence MR JAMES FORD Science Monogram Club Sponsor Football Coach Asst Track Coach Awards Commnttee MISS CHRISTOBEL GATES Sclence MR WILLIAM I"IILI.MAN Scuence Game Tucket Commuttee Cafeterla Super vlslon Chaperon Committee Superintendent: Ad vnsory Commlttee Cosponsor of Sensor Class MR FRANK KAPRIVA Scnence Game Ticket Commuttee Assustant Football Coach MRS MARY MORELAND Science Faculty Councnl MR ROBERT TABOR Sclence JV Basketball Coach Coach Game Tlcket Committee Asslstant Football MISS LULA WHITTAKER Scuence Astronomy Club Sponsor Bookroom HIGH SCHOOL AT LAST Mlss Whlttaker assisted by Carole Shutt signs schedules of new freshmen Robbie Sult Tommy Barbour Dan Danlelson George Shlrk and Nancy Scott ,ef fue O I O O . 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U 1 I I ' - u Q S X , . - . w I I ' . , - :lr fs . vs. - Foolmg wlth frgures MATH DEPARTMENT Mathematlcs, algebra, geome try trlgonometry, and business arlthmetuc are wuthln the provlnce of the Mathematics Department These courses meet the needs o a MR IRVING LINDSEY Matherratucs Dept Head Sensor Class Sponsor Compass Busmess Sponsor Game Tucket Com rrnttee Schedule Commattee Student Awards MRS ELIZABETH ALLPORT Mathematics Game Ticket Committee MRS ELIZABETH GENUNG Mathematics Faculty Councll Cap and Gown Committee Chairman MRS WAPELLA HOUCHINS Mathematlcs Faculty Council MISS HELEN IDDINGS Mathematucs Student Councnl Sponsor MISS KATHERINE McELROY Mathematucs Advertusmg Sponsor of Compass Faculty Councul Faculty Remembrance Committee MISS THELMA MADDOX Mathematncs Superuntendents Advxsory Commnt tee Assembly Committee MISS MARGARET POWELL Mathematucs School Rnngs Chanrman " MRS LILLIAN SANGER W Mathematrcs Faculty Councll Dance Club Spon sor School Store DROP THE LINE' Mass McElroy IS showmg Carolyn Fule how to drop a perpendncular to another lane 1 4' "UI 'rl QP- ag Q5 XX7 nn" 4'-' MISS LUCY WILLIAMS Mathematlcs School Rnngs Superrntendent s Advrsory Commlttee FINISHING TOUCHES Mr Lindsey takes a rest from math to help Mr Pruet arrange dzplomas for the January gradu ation 73 Chosen as 4: VBTIGTIGS e 'i' fx M it 'uv- ic MRS ELEANOR KING Art Art Club Sponsor MISS MILDRED BANE Musuc Dept Head Music Club Sponsor MISS DOROTHY CLARK Musa: Cosponsor Buble Club MR ROY SMITH 74 Band Music Appreclanon "D" TWA? Q MISS CHARLENE KIRACOFE Language Dept Head Lahn Clu Sponsor MISS MARY NEALE GARRETT French Enqllsh MISS ALBERTA GRANT French French Club Sponsor MRS CLARICE LYNN Lahn Spanish Faculty Council MRS THELMA STANTON Spanush Assembly Commntfee Chairman MRS MARION VAN SAUN Spamsh Spamsh Club Sponsor -1" LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Qs Q? 'IF ancient Rome IS oftered to students through the Language Department ART DEPARTMENT MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mo ern art, stlll lute, Appreciation of music, and portralts products of the universal language, IS art classes, were on ex brought to the students by hubltlon In the library this department TIME GOES BY Mrs Van Saun Joan Hubbard and Darlene Moore change the bulletin board on Spanish class I O ' , , ' b Iv A w ' f,,.,-W I 5 I' ' , H- 2 -1 'A .K ' I! T 'iz , I ' li?" 1 ,XX A touch of France, Spain, and A ' A A S' 1 ' ' xi .,f' Q.: L -A 4 K , k ' "' ,f' , l - 24 ' C' . ' ' . ' ' I 2 . I' I I, 'I 5 - "1 , I . . ' , of Z ks I I . A .Q ' 7 I l I 'luv .Q - 'Q ll Home and country COFFEE CAPERS - Mrs. Stanton enioys coffee with Miss Taylor and Phyllis Coffman at the faculty coffee. HOME ECONOMICS Home economrcs classes are open to all students Interested ln chlld care cooklng or sewmg, wlth modern equrpment avarl able for student use SOCIAL STUDIES The Soclal Studies Department headed by Mass Callahan, has as nts oblectlve, mstructrng students n Amerucan hlstory and government, In addrtlon to freshman orlentatlon They also offer the unrequrred world history and geography An outstandlng event of the year IS the United Nations Assembly given for the students of G W MISS DOLLY CALLAHAN Socral Studies Dept Head Psychology D bate Club Sponsor Qurll and Palm Sponsor Su perrntendent s Advrsory Commrttee Student Awards Schedule Commrttee MR MAURICE NICHOLS Social Studues Pres Alexandrra Educatron Y Assocratuon Af MR PETER BABICH Soclal Studres Latrn Faculty Councrl Game Trcket Commrttee MISS GRACE PATCH Soclal Studies MRS MARY PARKER Home Econormcs Amerrcan Education Week Chaurman MISS PHYLLIS TAYLOR Home Economrcs Faculty Council F H A Sponsor College Nrght MISS KATHERYNE BAUGH Social Studres World Events Club Sponsor MR LOUIS SCHRElNER Soclal Studres Game Trcket Commrttee Baseball Coach We T. MRS VIRGINIA DOUGHERTY Counselor Faculty Council Superuntendents Advcsary Commrttee College Nrght MRS MERCEDES SIMPSON Soclal Studres Double Barred Cross Sponsor 01 50" F Tri Q L li 'bf 'Nun-ar' M Wm kia me ..,o 'l fungus is' bi" G -1 "r MRS RUTH ELGIN Socral Studres DR DOROTHY TORPEY Social Studies Future Teachers of America Sponsor Superrntend ent s Advrsory Commnttee 15005 vga 'tl-v' 'Cx 5 I ' - , I . . . K y I I ' eh f XL I D V- I -I P ll 4 I - ' I . , . 1 , , mhwase I . ' tg Q4 A ,Q 'W - ' 'W' . have ' l , I N ' V fir I, S :I . A A 1:- w tltt I Z ' I I I I I ' ' ' .iz ' ' f' .I S sq. "- It A N I MW Y n 3'fP 7 Take a letter -'AQ ipf sq3'M ADJUST IT A LITTLE Mrs McG1lvray shows .lim Cloward the Gner ponnfs on adlustmg hrs 'rypewrrter ,,rv- BUSINESS EDUCATION Leormng by dolng IS The sys Tern by which business students ore Tough? fyplng ond shorfhond ond obfoln valuable sellmg experience MRS KATHERINE BLAIR Bussnes MRS MARY BUTCHER Sl 9 v w a br V MRS JANE HASTINGS ss ess T ac MISS EDNA HELM Cap anc Go r MRS GRACE McGlLVRAY usrwr, culvy Com. cr MISS MARY MQKINNEY us acul y o MR F VAUGHN PULTZ I MRS RUTH SCHULTZ B 5 I c MISS MARY TURNER 76 oc .Q YW' Ox NUMERICALLY NIMBLE Mrs Smnh shows Mary Jane Alcorn how to use 1 new electrrc ca u alor MRS WATKINS SMITH Busmass Dept Head Future Busmess Leaders of America Sponsor Schedule Commmee fd' -QQ' f"'x Ov' i A Ns in I IIN 'A CL lf? u q::::7 Man The machlne MR JOHN LARSEN Shop Dept Head Game Tlckets Comm ttee Schedule Committee Stage Productnon .cn rv- 4? R 3 MR CHARLES DRURY op Surveyor nd Llttle Hatchet Prlnter Press dent Northern Vurgmra lndustrlal Education Club 491' 5 .I-""" 3 MR GEORGE GROVE 9 MR JOSEPH McGOWAN Shop I r., MR HENSEL MILLER 'O' Ag Q Shop Faculty Councul Game Tlckets Commnttee Cf MR HARRY RICER Tx' Shop Junuor Varsnty Baseball Faculty Councnl Game if X T' YW T' Tickets Commnttee Hall Supervlsnon INDUSTRIAL ARTS Carpentry auto mechanics, mechanical slung bullcllng across the parking lot from drawing, metal and electrlcal classes and GW of course, The busy prnnt shop are nn the low TALKING SHOP Rlchard May and Ed Schwabe BIG WHEELS Inspectmg the new Buuck motor un auto shop are Mr Frank Brown vestlgate the nnsude of a car motor sn auto shop Mr C K Warren and Mr Raymond Sanger 77 O t .- me I . x t, ff- I .-- bv . -f Sh f' . e. "I I I I - I I ,il '1 Cir Z ' Shop, Game Tickets Committee, Hall Supervisor 4 lj ' b 1 V i ," .Q 5 L? l . K Q' A ' x W R ' l ., . . 1 f I Y . ' iv" I l . . . -- 6'4" K . ' . ' . . 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'Q JV' I.,- COLONEL CLARENCE OLSON Mllxtary Department Xa. .fx MR HARRY CAUGHRON Physlcal Education Dept Head Track Coach Cross Country Coach Assustant Football Coach MRS MIRIAM BALZER Physlcal Educatlon Cheerleaders Sponsor MRS MARIE HITCHMAN Physlcal Education MR FRANK MARINO Physical Education Freshman Basketball Coach Game Tncket Comrmttee MR STEPHEN OSISEK Physncal Educatnon Basketball Coach Golf Coach Assrstant Football Coach MRS OVEDIA PATTON Physical Education G Sponsor PHYSICAL EDUCATlON A time out from work tor ploy physlcol educotlon closses helped to further the students Interest ond oblllty In sports, besides teochcng them good sportsmonshlp CADET CORPS Morksmonshlp, mrlltory scl ence ond toctlcs, ond hygiene were but port of the vorled codet program The corps morchlng prowess won first ploce honors In on Alexondrlo porcvde ALL DOLLS Lookmg at the cadet collection of dolls for charlty are Karen Potts and Linda Klaveness SLING LOW Mrs Patton asslsts Sue Clotzman In makmg a slung for Dianne Peter son during a tlrst and class an physlca e L Cadet Clubs Sponsor 78 0 0 I ,rs me , f ' I v L. 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No hpplng please , rv .av J Mr Harry Chrld Building Mr Walter McCrlckard Engmer Nrght Watchman ,tr-5 BAKERS Mrs Carrre Marlnoff Mrs H ff s Edth Hall Mrs Lulluan Vensorf Mrs lnduana Jackson Mrs Mary Dunlop Mrs Dorot y l M Qwwxl l R R. vvC" N73 54 l YN Yxl CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs sMyrtle Moyer Mrs Frieda Hall Mrs Mary Hollingsworth Mrs Lola Combs Mrs Jolla Elverson Mrs Mary Wheeler at Y r CASHIERS Mrs Elrzabeth Hammlll Mrs Ruth Sllbert Mrs Sadne Heflm Mrs Margaret Compton JANITORS Front Row Stanley Armstead Charles Drnkens Elmer Gardner Second Row Lewrs Walker Bruce Haslcms John Patterson M l ,fo- ALNCY 57" P-iff J rn. ovf' w-f l 1 ,ir "I prefer The 'masculine' clubs, but girls can be nice 10 be Ground V 1 , 445 CTI ITIE They arm to please ff' A 82 K' STUDENT COUNCIL Muslc whlle you dune was supplied by the Student Council this year an the cafeterla Money for thus enloyment was roused by the Student Coun cll who sponsored two record hops Money was also donated to G W by the P T A The student governlng body revrsed the GW handbook which IS to be handed out to next year s freshmen They also rnaugurated a group called the Grounds Committee who studred Improvements that the school needed In keepmg wlth tradltlon they played In students vs faculty baseball and basketball games Thus year as rn the past delegates attended a State convention Vlrgrma Dlstrlct Convention and Student Workshop at Harrlsonburg Stude t Co ncll Ofllcers GORDON SILCOX NANCYE MOORE P esldent Ftrst Vlce President MOLLY MOORE SUE HART Second V ce Pres de Secretary Treasure EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Na cye Moore Bob Mrtchell Gordon Sllcox Martha Duke EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Sn mg S sa H rt M tha Tu ell F a lr Stlcox Standing Davd Lehman Molly Moore BETTER BE GOOD' The Honor and Dlsclpllne Committee of the Student Councll are Seated Nancy Moore Nancy Carman and Susie Hart Standing John Papageorge Pete Tomalm Buddy Ellrot Gordon Srlcox Bob Slsson and Molly Moore 0 ll - - - 11 - I S in y 'I I 1 . . . I - - 1 ' 1 A I I ' V! ' . I Q 1 1 i ' 'X 1 1 n u ' z I- r . . . - . Q1 I - I nt - r Q ,a - H , ' , ' , r 2 I . I .- G .W . z : u n a , ar rr , rn . Il , . 1 i I , ' 1 ' , : , , ' . ' : I .I . I l I . I - fi A i- I ' 4 1. , . -213 . ' - Q. - sl fi' I 51 ' 6' I .. xx ' Q' O ', 92 a 'J .S -"' pf ' 5 1 If. . Front Row: Barbara Bolton, Molly Moore, Gordon Silcox, Nancy Moore, Sue Hart, Margaret Nolan. Second Row: Frank Silcox, Sandra Smith, Hope Abner, Mary Jane Alcorn, Pat Albrite, Janet Lunceford, Mamie Strieber, Johnny Nottingham, Third Row: John Papageorge, Bob Gibbs, Eddie Dyson, Bob Mitchell, Phil Yates, Paul Goldman, Buddy Elliott, Marshall Henderson. Front Row: Laura DiJoseph, Jeanne Turrell, Susan Clotzman, Joan Peikin, Linda Hearn, Sylvia Sheffield. Second Row: Robert Surina, Margaret Hyland, Linda Walden, Gwen Langford, Barbara Hoge, Martha Duke, Ruth Redmond, Graham Dunstan, Ronald Philps, Third Row: Gene Brisach, Charles Odoroff, George Barnes, David Lehman, Jimmy Walker, Mel Fortney, Bob Sisson, Mi- chael Vopatelx. Front Row: Susan Munger, Mary Ann Sills, Cynthia Abramson, l'Leta Sykes, Shirley Binkston, Judy Heatwole. Sec- ond Row: Rockie Fera, Anne White, Earlene Perce, Nancy Carman, Sharon Van Sise, Peggy Shine, Gage Dennett, Ernest Loomis, Third Row: Kenneth Denholrn, Carroll Smith, Jim Gobbel, Eddie Coppage, Herman Riley, George Potts, Pete Tomalin, Jimmy Turner, PEP PLANNERS - Janie Wiggin and Johnny Not- ingham lead the new Student Council pep com- mittee as co-chairmen. I K Q Jumplng wrth lournallsm wr f W' s -O' '-4' l IHSHSJ MEMBERS Carol Eblen Mary All e Benedict, Pete Latnmer, Jane Flnnegan, Barbara Lemmon, and Jeanme Mauclu Seated Rachel Newman 84 'St 5 1-Q, fa 9 w QUILL AND SCROLL This year for the tlrst tame, Quill and Scroll held two mltlatlon ban quets Members taken unto the so clety In January and May entered on the basis of scholarshrp and lournalrstlc servrce Once ln, members helped turn out the blannual Sensor Prophecy and Last Wall and Testament Qurll and Scroll Ottlcers ELAINE WOOLF MIKE TOMALIN NANCY MONCURE President Vlce President Secretary DALE HOBERG PAT CURRAN NANCY RICHARDSON Edrtor of Last Wrll Treasurer Edrtor of Prophecy and Testament MOMENT TO REMEMBER Make Tomalm :nitrates new Quill and Scroll members Jane Finnegan Carol Eblen Jeanrne Mauck Rachel Newman and Pete Latimer whale Elarne Woolf looks on 14- ' O O I 9 In Q Q yy' WV s 6 V u 1 'u a - My L' ly W '4,. 1 xx t s 'V D J I n tl , te I , ll . . u. . 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It I-'iq' A -' fl- . e At their best QUILL AND PALM Every year Quill and Palm awards a scholarship to an outstanding mem ber They elect new members and officers each semester At their meet lngs they plan events mcludlng a dance, this year, the Turkey Trot Quull and Palm Omcers MARTHA DUKE President GORDON SILCOX Vuce Presldent aiaf QW 5..- i 'll Nw- 1 rx if if NANCY MONCUE ALAN BUGG JOHNNY NOTTINGHAM NANCY RICHARDSON PETE LATIMER Secretary Treasurer Hustornan Parllamentarlan Sergeant at Arms Front Row Trudy London Martha Duke Nancy Moncure Eleanor Hull Reglna Burton Dorothy Sandrone Elaine Woolf Allce Sobotlla Nancy Richardson Dana Brenner Jane Finnegan Second Row Laura DlJoseph Sarah Campbell Nancy Lee Han son Janne Wlggln Rachel Newman Carol Eblen Molly Moore Connie Taylor Nancy Mesnlg Lllllan Stewart Sarah Walford Judy Sonosky Thlrd Row Irns Kern Nancy Moore Mary Allce Benedlct Pat Russell Annette Massey Jamce Stewart Barbara Lemmon Jeanine Mauck Carol Dixon Pat Curran Corley Mc Donald Jean McDonald Lou Herron Fourth Row LeRoy Potts Jam Lampert Bull Dowdy Randy McDonald Raymond Poole Phll Yates Dale Hoberg Michael Tomalln Charles Odorott John Nottingham 85 . . T ll ll TV . ' - ' .X 6 ,QQ I Q A Q5 ' tv I 'i -V' 5 . Q ' I I 2 , , , ' , , , ' , . I ' I I I I l V . I I T I A I I ' I I ' 2 1 ' , , - Burrows, Gordon Baldwin, John Borton, Pete Latimer, George , , . , 1 , , , , A I I I A I I I I ' I I . I I - 5 1 1 1 ' - , -dr 4 Y V 1 , 11 v 4 ' ' A y r f . , , W . K I - I ' 7 - - - . Q - V A v . -' vt U 1 . , , , ., Y , 1 J- V a Q I ' V 1' 2 , 1 ', ' 4 . Memorles unllmrted LAM. -.ff ws,- ax , me ,Q me-Ne '51 1' Nvf' 3' x fi sf.. :Va Q. of' w-4' COMPASS The Composs wotchblrd observed Komposs Kids os they worked from Septem ber to Moy on their publl cotlon He sow them loy out the book, schedule, toke, ond orronge plctures, wrlte ELAINE Woolf JOHNNY NOTTINGHAM Editor In Chief Asslstant Editor Compass Edntors Patrice McCarthy Nancy Moncure Brooke Plcot Bunny Kung Jeanine Mauck Pete Latumer Carol Eblen Sarah Campbell Dale Hoberg Jam Lampert Make Tomalm Jane Finnegan EDITOR IN CHIEF Elalne Woolf ASSISTANT EDITOR Johnny Nottingham ART STAFF Nancy Moncure Patrice McCarthy EDITORS Pat Baker Bucky Bourne Eve Espmosa Carol Hull Stella Prudgen ILeta Sykes COPY STAFF Jeanlne Mauck EDITOR Anne Broaddus Graham Dustan Jane Finnegan Emuly Goodwln Duxle Halsllp Linda Hearn Eleanor Hull Sue Howard Martha Lumbard Jackie Wlnslett PICTURE STAFF Ellen Kung Brooke Pucot EDITORS Alan Chedester Beverly Curbo Lynn Grults Sally Hale Rocky Rothrock Mary Ann Sllls Nancy Washburn SENIOR STAFF Sarah Campbell Carol Eblen EDITORS Rhoda Amorky Tommy Anderson Joan Novak Joan Pelkm Margaret Walker SPORTS STAFF Pete latlmer EDITOR Daved Lehman Frank Sllcox John Welch CADET STAFF Dale Hoberg EDITOR Karen Delance TYPIST Ruth Wmters PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN Jane Fnnnegan LITERARY STAFF Seated Marty Lumbard Front Row Meg Walker Eve Es plnosa Linda Hearn Second Row Anne Broaddus Bucky Bourne Graham Dunstan and Guy Partridge 'vi T 86 O O O ll Il ' I ll ' Il 5, fry- 2 . 1 Dua Aw. . - -,J f-, . . , , tv 'J - I 6 -.1 . l 'U QL 9' ' mp. , 4' - A ,"' A H H ' : 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 I W ji ' - . A 2 : 1 . . . . . ' lx . . . ' .' ' ' . I I . 1 1 1 1 1 y' if . ' . ' q . . g g 6 I ' 1 . . . y , I ee' at .,, , , ' ' ' ' , 3, ' .fy I : ' L: . he I : : 2 Mike waninghem PHOTOGRAPHERS: Michael Tomalin, Guy Partridge. A 1 1 x2 1 I t : : . . : , - if 5 . I 1 - e f1T - A 01 -A ' 5 -95 me ' I 1.1 ff' 1 ' '- I 1 MQ. AI 1 Q, 'V I A . f te J' ee- t I .lv f ,, E L- v 'Q ', . " 7535- , ,Y . 1. - ' I ' ' X . as 53 copy and cover athletlcs At last, he saw the yearbook presented to G W and :ts predecessor accompany Brooke Plcot, Hamilton Roth rock, and Dlxle Halsllp to the S I PA convention In Lex lngton LITERARY STAFF Standlng Mary Anne Sllls Jaclue Wlnslett Ileta Sykes Rocky Rothrock Pat Baker Sue Howard Carol Hull Seated Joan Pelknn Jane Flnnegan P Abner Bully Fldler and Anne Furr Seated Mille Wlllrngham COMPASS CAPTAINS Elaine Woolf and Johnny Nottingham work on gettlng the Compass ou ADVERTISING STAFF Betty Games Leon ard Colllns Phyllls Coffman and Ball Shum , . ADVERTISING STAFF: Edith Geer, Ho e ft H L I i is 3 2 Spreading the news R rf Z 0 blweekly pUblICOTIOI'1 Representcmves enter ns L M K Surveyor Editors. MARY ALICE BENEDICT Editor-in-Chief FRANCES HENDERSON Assistant Editor Front Row Mary Livingston Barbara Caldwell Nancy Carmen Sue Howard Pat Baker Second Row Sandy Holmes Rose Barber Stella Prudgen Barbara Crompton Frances Henderson Third ow Jane Fmnegan o Rodgers Marshall Hender son Mike Tornalln Lln a Walden Edre Geer Front Row E e Jensor U at I Q' EC R : ' , FI I . . I , d v ' F Nta'v Ann Sills J dy C O' Ga Sm" S're"a-- v. 'lf-9 S - ond Row Re-glna Bl,f'c" Ma't'a I N A Ll'-da JC'av'sC" G' "aw D ' ta" ' Lynn Gr QQ tb Carl Olwer Ja ln Bwttaw Nan v s n a Todd Racne e a ovs Third Row owls R ev Bd a c c Lee Han o B8 Nancy Richardson Barbara Lernmon Ducky Wrlghf Rachel Newman Nancy Moncure ' ' " Aw Qi Mike Tomalm Marshall Henderson Regnna Burvon EDITOR lN CHIEF Mary Alice Benedlcv AS SISTANT Frances Henderson NEWS EDITOR Nancy Richardson ASSIST ANT Marh Todd FEATURE EDITOR Barbara Lemmon ASSIST ANTS Sarah Walford Alrce Sobovka An nefte Massey Sue Huxe SPORTS EDITOR Ducky Wrlghf ASSISTANT Roger Burba COLUMNIST Marshall Henderson ADVERTISING MANAGER Lynn Grults ASST ADVERTISING MANAGER Sarah Sche een CIRCULATION MANAGER Judy Cafor EXCHANGE EDITOR Jack BrlNaln ART EDITOR Stella Prldgen PHOTOGRAPHERS Mnke Tomalm Carl Oluver ADVERTISING SALESMEN Belly Harrington Phoebe Greenleaf Edith Geer Glnger Mums Linda Waddell THE PAPER MUST COME OUT Marshall Henderson Barbara Lemmon Rose Barber Frances Henderson and Sarah Walford work toward the SURVEYOR deadlme EVERYONE AT G W READS THE SURVEYOR Readnng theur Surveyors at lunch are S e Sterleng Mary Daniel Lee Rowley Molly Moore Rachel Newman Donna Bernasek Frances Henderson Nancy Moncure and Carol Eblen Nun f - . l , 1 1 I 1 ff .1 r - 1 n I U I , I f 1 f I f f 1 v -7 ,D , , . Q f I 4' M .v A Artful authors EDITORS Phyllls Washburn E change Ednor Eddue Renner Art Edltor Lou Herron Co Edufor In Chief Irus Kern Co Make up Editor Pat Curran Co Editor an Chief and Aluce Sobotka Make up EdllOY 'DVD- 5 Lmle Harchev Edu PAT CURRAN Co EdlVOr LOU HERRON Co Ednov Sl Ing Mary Llvmgsrov Wendy er rw ce ar Sian In a o Buswwess Mana O ge-s Q s P aa TIME OUT FOR A LAUGH a a e me Ou e ar, o e Halch male 90 LITTLE HATCHET Collecting cor recflng, ond ploc st poems, ond es soys were omong the 'obs behmcl publlcoflon of o Llftle Hofchet The swf? worked hord lo Turn ouT two lorge edu flons, one In The foll ond o second In fhe sprung Q Q I - " or T - ' i n g o r i e s , J n n " - 11 ' ll ' x . l, l fx If All - 1 .,-f K, ', X- - VN, - K ,, I f ' f X- I ' ' J L rn U' , L 5 ' TI . , . X 'T Xl Q S ' 1' - 1 - W ' L NX JN X I .1 , l L' . .. N 1 -0,5 Q 'vt' , ' ' , 1 Mau Ja . slew Q d' 9 Ele A V Hfll 1 gen FI Rod " hawk Ballmgn avon M ,N ge, A cf' E 1 a SGECW Pa' Cuxwv and May L. H' .-qsvof v 5, V, . hen- ms., ' ' ' f. rk 'o MO, new Lvviq- ,9' dal Mexican ways Front Row Gertrude London Susan Munger Cynthia Abramson Joan Peukln Mary Jean Yafes Andy Briggs Frances Henderson Barbara Muller Joan Hubbard Second Row Penny Krnnard Carroll Benner? Jeanine Mauck Alice Sobollta Stella Prxdgen Janne Wlggm Carol Dixon Dana Brenner Pat Curran Elaine Woolf Gmger Mums Thlrd Row Frank Fannan Johnny Kahler John Papageorge Davld Nlmmer George Huffman Rose Barber Eleanor Hull Rachel Newman Bobbl Sanchez Dave Lehman Hamnlton Rothrock Dave Sfryker Randy Mc Donald SPANISH CLUB Senorltas and senors of the Spanish Club pre sented n assembly program consisting of Mexican music, as well as a melodrama en Titled Panchos Other Muchacha ACROSS THE BORDER Ofhcers of the Spamsh Club are Joan Hub bard Presrden? Darlene Moore Vice Presldent Dann Brenner Presr den? Pat Curran Secretary Janne W ggm Vrce Presldent Barbara Muller Treasurer Elaune Woolf Secretary Seafed Mrs Van Saun Sponsor ROCK AROUND THE CUCARACHA Johnny Papageorge Dave Sfry ker Frank Fannon and Dave Leh man sung ar the Spanish Club as sembly 91 The glow of Paris l 92 From Row Sarah Walford Joan Burch Mlrlam Shnnkle Mary Anne Hope Evelyn Hartman Sec ond Row Emily Chew Sarah Scheleen Evelyn Slearns Margaref Goldman ,leanelle Padgell Lmda Horne Third Row Jackre Wmslelf Judy Sfarlm Sharon Zutlelman Barlley Gordon Norma Engberg Dennis Easley Nancy Richardson Elnza beth Cox Lows Schwarlz THOSE ARTISTIC FRENCH Lois Swartz and S rah Scheleen pam? poslers for ihe French Clubs cornpaugn for new members FRENCH CLUB Compleflon of o scropbool-4 for o school nn Fronce wos o bug pro Iecf whuch French Club members undertook Thus yeor A bonquel was olso on The ogendo To ocquounf rnembers with The longuoge hffeen rnlnufes of eoch club rneetlng were spent con versrng an French Movves were sonwennwes odded otfrocfnona K' S L35 C. F' e de a a e sov ce D es ey c: c Sc ea J x - v 1 a ' , ' 3 ' . , 2 1 ,f ,A . . - F . F: ' ' ' X 1 . . In : HX :Love PARIS oh.- ,1 f' - fra Q' gc, a' lc! S.-varfz TH ,rw Na'-ry F?:l'a":ov' rs. 'A' S ' " SGW-een Sc-c'e'a'y Ev Jen 1 VN f ' rdenf, ans Bar'l G ro -'g 'WY a' . amss Reliving old Rome Front Row Marnlyn Adams Ann Garland Kath leen Rodda Anne Styles Mary Ann Snlls Susan Munger Mary Lrvrngston Barbara Caldwell Sue Hart Brooke Plcot Second Row Phyllus Washburn Carol Slebert Barbara Salmond Sandra Holmes Dale Alpert Nancy Carman Pat Drewry Pa Baker Betty Burruss Allce Humphrey Eleanor Hll Thlrd Row Nancy Mars Adelande Lubng Patrnce McCarthy Vnvnan Shuflett Joanne Gladden Marulyn Kruegar Mary Muench Barbara Della Rocca Ellen Cook Helen Patterson Fourth Row Stephen Bursteln Danlel Costello Jim Lampert Ross Hunt Kenny Barrett Donald Shoup Peter Partrndge FOUR lS NO CROWD Dzscusstng future busmess of the Latln Club are Phyllus Washburn Vuda Kenk Jtm Lampert and Donald Shoup LATIN CLUB The Lotln Club mode Its contra button to the Thonksglvnng Po rode by decorotlng o cor os o Romon charlot At the meetings members ployed chorodes on tomous Ro mon gods ond chorocters from Romon hlstory They olso ployed other gomes ID Lotln ond octed In sklts MAGIC LANTERN Offlcers of the Latm Club are Anne Garland President Patrnce McCarthy Pro gram Chanrman Sue Hart Vnce Presldent Brooke Ptcot Secretary and Jrm Lampert Treasurer Seated Mass Ktracote Sponsor KS 4' ,Y -SEQ: 1 Stardust ,- DRAMATICS CLUB A fall production, 'Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," and three one-act plays in the spring were put on by Dramatics Club members. A new ruling has gone into elzfect requiring members to earn five points by the end ot two semesters to retain membership. These are earned by participation in impromtu skits or various committee proiects. LET'S PRETEND Oxcrers ot 'ne Dran-ance CL: are Pa' Dreary Trees ue' paul Apperson lf cr- Pres cient Carol Kell r-g 'rs' semester Secre'a'y Bvlwhr King second se-rrrese' Secretary, Jane Fihvegan Presiderrt, Seated Miss Leibovrtz Sponsor 911 Front Row Lnaa Waddell, Judy Nottingham, Betty Harrington, Mary Anne Hope Linda Walden, Tommie Anderson Mardie Reed, Barbara Caldwell Second Row. Marcia Armstrong Emily Chew Sue Howard Pat Dreary Millie Bor- chevslly, Hope Abner, Margie lee Third Row, Julie Anderson, Lynn Crruits, Ellen King Libby Litsey, Kay Collins, Bette Williams, Sandra Kidd. Front Row: Leslie Thomas, Kay S. Black, Gretchen Schiltz, Ann Gar- land, Eve Espinosa, Lorna Aldrich, Vida Kenk, Susan Lumbard. Second Row: Marilyn Wright, Nancy Suder, Nancy Elliott, Carol Kelly, Connie Bowen, Iris Kern, Barbara Lemmon, Trudy London, Ann Gorham. Third Row: Betty Prather, Marty Mann, Stella Pridgen, Leonard Collins, Dick Williams, Julia Chaszar, Judy Mayhew, Jane Finnegan, Gay Cameron, Joanne White. Fourth Row: Charlie Altizer, Lonn Taylor, Randy McDonald, Jim Larnpert, Paul Apperson, Charles Brickert. "TEA ANYONE?"-Lois Schwarlz oflers a spot of Yea to Ned Landis and Barbara Lemmon. "I, AS A THESPIANH-Taking part in the Thespian initiation are Jack Flowers, Vida Kenk, Bunny King, Jim Lamperf, Randy McDonald, Nadine Fuller, Charles Brickerf. Second Row: Carol Kerry, Marilyn Wright, and Bob Cohen. MAKING WITH THE MAKE-UP-Linda Klaveness makes up Pat Drewry af a Dra- matics Club meeting as Marilyn Wrighv looks on. A SHIPBOARD ROMANCE-Acting in the fall play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," are thespians Randy McDonald, Jane Finnegan, Bunny King, and Jim Lam- pert. Tailor Maidens nv' 1.1 221 o ,AAKERK5 Y' o '5' + D HOUSE PARTY Te-a E1 96 I OC .. - - r L 5 Q V 3 Q- . . X - .- - . . -- V Q , 1 l , b I l 7 ' 1 '. " R , t 'll' , ' , g S - - A, 2 I f Q t K - . V . ' : , K y S Q K , . x 0 A K, o " ii Vi . " x 2 t ' . f Q if 3 ' l . ' l t ,. 9 . . V ' , . , t t - . t M ' . ' 3, A "KL 1 A at 4 .. .1 1, V fs QA "fee ' 0 A , Q XXA I s I ,' l - f XV ' . . ,L 1-fm' M 3 15 L A tri. "l. .t H ,gum ,' X E, tc: All . jp yrs my . . A 'IX D 5. rw , an-A fa' W Leg ffl ' A XX , N nz., A. c, .V , 'rw FHA aw- Jaime wtf: et' ' s--L-' '-' H 'av or Sztcnsor D'-. sled--af ytce Pin-sfief' Kaw- fl:-La":v 9wstrQwt' Rn ta Arrrorm, Re- ports-' Vanfes Navle' Hs 'caan Nan V Qassi-if Seve 'aw a" Mrs :Barn-' Soonsor L... 1 F.H.A. Two bake sales, for a nation-wide drive, Par- ents' Night, and the Shamrock Hop were staged by G.W.'s chapter ot the Future Homemak ers ot America A Martha Washington Federation picnic ended the year Front Row Rhoda Amorxy Nancy ussell Be te Wi iams Pat Martin Judie Cator Second Row Karen De Lance Phyllis Coftman Barbara Yuhasz Carolyn Tapscott Gwen Kobernvck Third Row Mary Ann Garrett a Golf Frances Naylor Deanna Shunk Sandra Seay Betty Davis Front Row Regina Burton Barbara Armistead Joan Durrett Barbara Hart Mary Anne Long Second Row Betty Davidson Margie McConnell Helen Jean DeLancey .laclcle Winslett Linda Clark Third Row Anne Martin Annette Less Loretta Less Will Gust Mary Ann Britt Nancy Smith 7 ul 5 'wr---......, Business will boom FBLA Penny pmchnng nlckel nczbblng G W :tes found the Student Bonk, sponsored by the Future Business Leoders of Amerlco, cz greot help Club members found tame olso to hold discussions ond educotlonol meetlngs wlth speolcers By dolng so, they prepored for future coreers l MAGnc or me xevs omcm of the FBLA .fe M' " Sandy Smith Secretary Lslllan Stewart Vice Pres: dent Carol Beasley Hlstorlan Doug Butler Presl dent Jaclue Gravatte Reporter Nancy Mesmg Treasurer and Mrs Srmth Sponsor IS seated NO COUNTING ON FINGERS' Looking Into the possubllutues of the new addung machme are Lola Daniels Bertha Wlllxngham and Gwen Langford Standing ur Front Row Josephine Runaldo Jacquelme Gravatte arolyn Wall Jaclue Sullvan Mary Anne err Myrna Dodd Joan Smuth Second Row Judy Burton Dolores Long Jeannette Maxon Gwen Langford Carmen Kennedy Colleen Moseley Bertha Wnllxng ham Edna Gupe Carol Beasley Third Row Helen Pals Marulyn Wood Nancy Mesnug Sandra Smvth Douglas Butler Lullaan Stewart Jo Ann Hughes Dnana Granberry Lola Daniels Bobble Terry 5 l l 9 7 0 O - l I - u 1' Q - I ' , ' . , my ' ' - fx 5 J ' -1 c , ' n- ', H 1 ' . 4' f . fx I . I . A .wa Captured on canvas , I Ui THE FINE ARTS Darlene Moore Dave Uhler and Maren Mortenson in spect work of Art Club ART APPRECIATED Officers of the Arr Club are Joyce Burrows Secre tary Treasurer Mrs King Sponsor Bob Cohen President and Penny Mason Vice President ART CLUB The oblective of the Art Club is to further stu dents Interest In art Meetings are varied with films, sketching, and demonstrations The big event of the year is the Art Carnival in which original paintings drawings block prints, and ceramics are entered Jewelry with copper enamelrng is often a feature 8 Front Row: Joyce Burroughs, Kay Collins, Maren Mortensen, Bob Cohen, Jane Vos, Barbara Cook, Mary Payne. Second Row: Dorothy Leach, Nancy Lee McCauley, Linda Pierpoint, Penny Mason, Sara Willis, Anne Tindula, Ailene Koon, Third Row: Carwin Kemper, Stan Bech, Kit Walz, Frank Ballenger, David Uhler, Ronald Sperling. ? 9 O Q o w ' K X . X 1' 1 l - ' ia' to f 4 T l a, .. - 5 75,-A ' 1. 9 Sky scanners ASTRONOMY CLUB Members ot the Astronomy Club begon the yeor with o prcnrc ot Belle Hoven prcnrc grounds They also vlslted Ft Belvoir Plonetorlum ond ob served from Shooters Hull wrth therr own telescope The club s cum IS to promote Inter est rn the scrence ot ostronomy STARS IN THEIR EYES Ottlcers of the Astronomy Club are Gall Burchell Program Charrman Bonnie Frazer Treasurer Carole Sheet Program Charrman Jrm Mark Vrce Presrdent Mrss Whrttaker Sponsor George Hutt man Presrdent and Marty Lumbard Secretary SEEING STARS Eve Jenson descrnbes the orbrts e stars to Rrchard Stanley and Dave Stryker Front Row Carol Shutt Eve Jensen Diana Splller Marty Lumbard Marrlyn Wrrght Anrta Cary Anne Morgan Second Row Rrchard Proulx Karl Watts Davrd Mason Chuck Conners Bull Pfelger Bonnie Frazer Pat Curran John Rogers Davrd Jacobson Chrus Salmon Tom Martrn Third Row Ward Peterson Robert Dove Rrchard Stanley Sperry ROTTIIQ Peter Jorgensen Braxton Allport Denis OConner Dave Howell Henry Serft Adam Hubbell Alan Chedester Fourth Row Allan Bugg Mrchael Ramey Robert Macdonald Dwrght Edwards Herbert Wood Gall Burchell Jlm Mark Davrd Stryker Gene Calhoun Fred Oldenburg "1 - 5 'UW . M41- 99 Tomorrows sta rs and Instructors THESPIANS FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA F T A members studied teachlng sec a n tutored students A te for e faculty hnghlughted the year ot ow Gal Pe n Na ogg Second Row Carroll Bennett Sa de Wlbu Nancy Washburn Ma ga et Gold a Jea e Mauck Los Nachma Cox J dy Robe tson Students wlshrng to loin the Thesplon Na Thespnans served as gurdlng hands for the tlonal Honor Soclety had flrst to earn Dramatlcs Club and at dress rehearsals sup hundred points by working on plays After plned Cokes and cookies to raise funds mutation members gave short sklts and re pected the Thesplan pledge M ly Wght AnnGaa e ea M Bagyjalc o PalAppe Mo gan Stand ng Ra dy McDonald Bob Cohen J Bu y Kung N dne Fu TOO I o T o n d - h a n d d I ' F.T. . a th ...N K I ' x - 1' f l M Fr n R 1 i Smith, n y ' ' Kinnard, Marilyn Trent, ncy f 't' St sa C ins. : ' ' 1 H A , n I i r, ' - ' S A , r r m n, , nin , I n. 'M' l Third Row: Linda Rion, Elizabeth e 7 , u r . . . O . - I - Sitting: vida Kenlc, Lois Schwartz, arl n ri , rl nd, Lampert, .lan Finn g n, r. b , c Fl wers, u r- Anne r . i : n , , lm son, nn ' , a i ller. Fuedin' and Fightin' CONTESTANTS Letters, letters, we get stacks and stacks of letters' Th s us a famllnar song to members of the Contestants because they too, get letters But the letters ot the Contestants come as words whlch are sometumes to be spelled and sometimes to be read The Blue n Gold competn tors had great fun not only lm proving their own vocabularies, but also earmng newer and bet ter Iaurels for their school SPELLING CONTESTANTS Rocky Rothrock Pat Curran A5 I WAS SAYING Behnnd the podlum Sarah Waltord practices her speech for com petltlon DEBATE CLUB Smmg Sarah Walford Annette Massey Eve Jensen Vrda Kenlc Standlng John Borton Nancle Stewart Alice Humphrey ll ll ' ' . I I I I , . ,t ,, l . . 1 . 5 ,. .V V V , . , - M, ,. W e . . K .ff ' 2 1 I f u , f I fa. f ' - . ,, ,K V , I . sl I . I 4 ' . it M si I J W , , , I Teen talk Y TEENS The Y Teens of G W Hugh entered unto mony octuvutues thus post yeor ln the sprung they spon sored o foshuon show un whuch the gurls mod eled, ossusted by some specuolly selected vor suty othletucs lettermen Y Teens olso took cu trup to New York ond hod unstructuon un modelung T02 YTEEN OFFICERS Front Row Pat Moore Presudent Mrs Jeanne Acker man Mrs Francus Newton Mrs George McMath Sponsors Kath Ieen Rodda Presudent Second Row Nancy Sudar Secretary Marulyn Wrught Secretary Anuta Cary Secretary Mary Palmer Treasurer Mary Tafarella Treasurer Janet Rodda Vuce Presudent Shurley Arthur Secretary Ke y Anuta Cary Mary Pa mer Kathleen Rodda Nancy Suder Marulyn Wrught Sharon Lyon Sec on Row Phyllus Kersey a Caraballo Penny Anthus Peggy Jean Ruchter Anne Broaddus Mar cua Armstrong Judy Stark JUNIOR YTEENS Fronl ROW Maeve Haughey Cathy Marshall e A ery Nancy Rathbum ec ond Row Janet Rodda Pat Moore Lorna Aldruch Sharon Cobel Mary a arella reene ucas Shur e Arthur ' ,GLI ff T' 'I I 0 ' I I -' Q 1 ' I ' f f .,..u M .' Y, - SENIOR Y-TEENS: Front Row: Carol ll , A , l t , d 1 ' ' ,A s uuy . I V ' I I . 0 , 5 l f xl 0 , 5- ,ff xg gt, V , S - I ,K - X- ' T I A f I , I r"1 r f , E u L , ' I y . u J . The human Front Row Barbara Caldwell Mlllre Borchevsky Pat Drewry Nan Dar lung Second Row Jane Vos Gaye Johnson Penny Wesr Jan Reed I mg Carol Dixon Ins ern Nancy Suder Lynn Grurts Stand mg Karen Jorgensen Julre Sch mud? Linda Hearn Touch A QL '-1 DOUBLED BARRED CROSS Health through Educa Tron was the slogan of The Double Barred Cross Socrefy Educahonal pro lects Included assisting wrrh Xrays, lrsfenung to speakers, and faking field frlps TB OR NOT TB' Double Barred of flcers are Linda Hern Program Charrman Nancue Stewart Vuce Presrdent Janet Splttle Secretary Mrs Sampson Sponsor d Irrs Kern President 103 3 V - - 1 2 ' F - 7 ,A ' . . -W A . J - , ,I h I ' ' ' f s W ' . : , 5' J l J 'L 'Pg I I ' l -.- I- ' ' ,V 4 .- -, SIHA Z A , I K , I ' ' . x X' l : , - 4. . I ' - , ll - ll , . I . I . - I 1 I . ' , 5 an ' , ' , A ,,. , 'ff WORLD EVENTS CLUB Front Row Lynn Cooper Lonn Taylor Nicholas Wnltamuth Graham Dunstan Jack Sump son Lorna Aldrich Second Row Vlda Kenk Sherry Mlt chell Paula Petersen Mamle Strneber Norma Engberg Mary Gay Doman Sharon Zlttelman Lynn Grults Candy Walford Thlrd Row Bull Rasco Bull Lucas Henry SBIR Richard Stanley Carwm Kemper Charles Adams Ed ward Abramson Jlm Gobbel WIDE WIDE WORLD Offlcers ot the World Events Club are Graham Dunstan Vnce President Mass Baugh Spon sor Trudy London Secretary and Ronnie Sperlmg Presndent WORLD EVENTS CLUB New York here we comel' Thrs wos the cry of thus yeor s World Events Club members They clad the town from bustling Monhotten to the presslve U N Bulldrng to Congress ond the presentotlon ID G W of o U N Assembly An honor socnety wos open for the flrst trme to outstondlng members NINE VARIETIES q U N A eated Sharon Z e rv a h e o g ay or andnng Le le c a y a Abreu and Lon Taylo fl I ' , . ' I ll ' ll ' im- Two other big events were o trip 'aklrj pa" lr' 'he sse"':.v an S ' I" I af' C ' ' H g and fonwe T l . St ' ' sl Rossell Pa' M G' d Ju 'a Book sltters and such HALL MONITORS Atmosphere conducive to study must be tIrst ot all co m a monitors group sponsored by the stu dent councll work toward obtaining that happy cond: tlon HALL MONITORS Ellen Cook Bartley Gor don Jackne Sullnvan Sarah Lynn Myers BOOKROOM More work went on In that Ilttle room down the hall than one could guess Bookroom workers typed tor departments, took charge ot orders tor textbooks and supervrsed the dellvery ot movie machines to class rooms BOOK ROOM ASSISTANTS Sitting Ann Garland Standing Mnss Whrttalmer Meade Hu ord Bull Shuler Marty Lum ard LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Stamping books plannlng bul letln boards and straughtenmg shelves were lust a tew of the 'obs whuch kept Lnbrary Club as slstants busy through most of the year They took trme out, how ever tor a tleld trip and pucnlc Front Row Bunny Kong Adelaide Lublg Mary Jane Alcorn Gwen Duehrlng Brooke Pucot Sec ond Row Carol Drxon Dana Brenner Jean M Donald Third Row Margie Lee Eleanor Long Fourth Row Sandy Holmes Evelyn Jones Karen Holmes Janet Spnttle Marianne Lewis Fifth Row Anne Broaddus Deanna Shunk Lola Damels Lnnda Hearn Ernlly Goodwrn -1 YHA 221 'W ,lx IO5 O I ' ' - I 1 , . : ' , I , I c- Y f A 5 ,, . A H do V xi O, I I , I . H ll ' , a A I . , Y 3 1 K - - 7 x :nml'fiT N5' 2 I. ' I i44.-lg if W ZA hi I 1 i- LM, 7 LK 1 -. , T7 Y T Q . " 'Y 1 11 f . I I ' A 11 VA .. , 2 Y 1, xx , X' X L , N , , 1 if , - ' ' ' .AI . . . I 6 I. I . I b, ASSISTANTS TO MRS. TOLBERT AND MR. GARNER-From Row. Joan PE-ikin, Berry Burruss, Nancy Moore, Ma'y Cavlwerine Berry, Jeaneffe Padgevr, Sandra Smirlw, Marilyn Wood, Doris Smith. Second Row: Sue Dabelsveen, Nancy Coggirrs, Stella Prrdgen Joan Novak, Diana Cranberry, Dorovny Leacr Lillian Sfefyarl, Barbara Cbwn Lava Diloseplv, Nancy Mesrvig, Jcrze- Mead Jea""e"e Masor' ATTENDANCE ASSISTANTS-Front Row: Barbara Hart, Clara Nell Price, Linda Wal- den Rose Barber, Alice Humphrey, Pal Baker. Second Row: Nancy Strauss, Frances Chamberlain, Barbara Hoge, Sondra Kerr, Miriam Slwinkle, Margarel Walker, Barbara Miller Marllva Duke, Margy McDonald GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS - Froni Row: Rhoda Amorky, Elaine Woolf, Mary Anne Herr, Virginia Rublee. Second Row: l'Lefa Sykes, Marilyn Krueger, Ann Chamberlain, Diana Spiller, Vivian Slnifleff. Third Row: Sandra Nulwn, Mary Katherine Harrup, Sally Hale. CLINIC ASSlSTANTS - Froni Row: Rulh Dacey Mary Ann Brill, Peggy Gore, Kallwy Rodda, Second Row: Betsy Hynson, Helen Pals, Mary Muenclw, Sue Howard, Carole Sieberf 96 Something beyond BIBLE G.W. Bible Quiz Team membership, trips to the Youth-for-Christ rallies, singing and prayer, and parties and picnics were offered by the Bible Club. The programs promoted Christian tel- lowship and Bible study. Morning devotions were continued under the club's sponsorship. QUIET MOMENTS A Bible Club officers are: Joan Novak, Vice-President, Phil Jones, Treasurer, Ruth Anne Buckner, President, Mr. Miller, Sponsorg Sarah Myers, Program Chairman, and Janice Payne, Secretary, Front Row: Margaret Nolan, Mary Harrup, Krystal Summers, Barbara Ballard, Wendy Miller Second Row: Marie Williams, Wan- da Jacobs, Nancie Stewart, Sarah Kincaid, Anna Sue Smith, Sandra Rutherford. Third Row: John Lewis, Donn Fraser, Jack Flowers, Barry Boose, Bill Baber, Obie Harrup. Front Row: Roberta Jones, Joyce Berry, Ann Furr, Janet Raynes, Phil Jones, Ruth Ann Buckner, Joan Novak, Sarah Myers, Mary Dale Carter, Karen Bozarth. Second Row: Margaret WingHeld, Annette Elliott, Beverly Anne Smith, Barbara Hall, Linda Thompson, Barbara Turner, l'Leta Sykes, Judy Mooney, Margaret Adams, Ruth Hottie, Joyce Dawson, Third Row: Barbara Gregory, Sandra Bruce, Peggy Gore, Dorothy Shaw, Eleanor Long, Betty Gaines, Barbara Hoge, Sandra Nuhn, Carolyn Kelton. Z Prexle pepsfers fps'- f 'yzrfit i1 ha! I' 'I I " W .I+ tw ,H mfs! 'K-rv Sally Jean Susue Hart Nancye Moore Molly Moore Susie Colt Andy Briggs Fl k1i 4- -X na Q. 11 "'1 41 JUNIOR VARSITY ERLEADERS Front Row C Second Row :rd Row J CHEERY LEADERB IO8 F P safe 'vv JUNIOR VARSITY Junlor varsity basketball and football games were played amrd the enthuslasm leaders also decorated goalposts and cheered at the student faculty baseball game . C I F5 ' I ' A ' I 1. 'VI' ' . Q A P . 6 y 1 .1 ' , I K A Ffif J I Q gi, Q K 4 " I y X """',f'f -f"li',y -7, 'H "Nw . ,, .. V , 'T I Di , 'ff' ' ,EV ,U M ' ,J A . F . l"'."' I . ' , .Jig I ' mf A ,,? .f -' 'fl' 3: A 'WO' fi 7 . .. I Q f A ' V. , l J , .4 A 'fl-1-. ' ' j 1,7 r-...' cf' g,7,.h ,::X:? R.: V4 . . ' vga figvtow. bkqf, v'vf.'J,.tx - My. lisa' J, sci- ,A 4. I if , -'V Af- f , 1' 'ir ., "rp, 7 J :R it . . 5 5 .1 3 : 4 li ' ' lx f' I of the junior "pepper-uppers." These cheer- g I V R 4 ,Av --.M-......... .... " -. :I n ' N I 1 1 51, 1" ' G5 I A ' ' M g, K3 s' - 4 1. t ' 541. x A by , solo f.ll 1 "3 I 'll:E"-Sk ,fu Hwy su.-. A I eww 3-5' C -3-' Th Ja L- F "1-ga" Bo! I: L- Sa":'w1 ' f.J'I:' 'X Q5 If'-rr sez:--H aw N1 ,fccre 91-sal-"' Ana. Eggs ,-ea u e '- . ' es: 'fc , ,f:C'e SQ-:':'ew1T'e: 'e' in MVT, uf L 1-v Sidney McCauley Rlia Easley Dana Brenner Jean Pennington Judy Dunn VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Even from cu bird s eye view one could see The bucking cheerleaders gcuve 'ro GW s Teoms They cheered for boskef bcall football, ond crew fecxms, lnvenflng new yells ond revising old ones To arouse Pep THIS lS THE WAY IT GOES Dana Brenner and Molly Moore pracfuce for a bug game PEPPY PEPSTERS Sue Hart and Ruta Easley are peppy cheer leaders IU and ou' of unnform T09 , ,, I- 1 , 1 .- f! Q ' I f 3' . X X1 W T f, f I ' .K ,S 1, M., , , , I . I I A, ,f L V , 4 I 4 v I . "M," ' ' ,I V 9 V X 1 . ' , f . ' , I ',l. ' ' H, ' ' MV, . 'f04 . . , . I 1 ., , . SI ' Q -. , I, 'x Swing and sway ix RHYTHM HEIRS Oftlcers ot the Dance Club enloy Ing a morning session are Frank Coslmano President Bob Morris Vuce Presudenv and Nancy Lee Hanson Secretary l'Ill.llll7' xi' DANCE WITH ME HENRY A Dance Club day finds the members walling and already out on the floor DANCE CLUB Foxtrot' Samba' Waltz' Jntterbug' All ot these and more were rolled ID together to make up the dances practiced each dance club day Ballroom style dancing was more popular on the floor than the lltterbug but students who were Interested enough to watch and want seldom :ted 1 va n 5V L47 4 Z C.. su: up ,gc 71' 0 JC C 174 COOL MUSIC M ers of the Dance Club Band are Bob Crablll Dave Lehman Joey Malden Jerry Enfleld Harry Pence and Frank Km HO 0 4 . . . . f P' . f I l 61 "G Z L, 1- 11", - -.iwaff-Lu-. ffulf fu' f' x df, X 111 I l X ,v ef- 1 V , E - - If -' X ll, , ' f 8 , 'W M 'nt gx I AX , '27 . - o I I O - I , -1 1 I I l 1 - 1 W 1 . ' Male letter carriers MONOGRAM CLUB Varslty letters earned ID G W sports, were In the possession ot all members ot the Monogram Club Perhaps the most cele brated event sponsored by the club was the football banquet which concluded the football sea son Those who partlclpated In sports were honored MEN OF LETTERS Monogram Club Oftlcers are Bob Garda Secretary Treasurer Bob Slsslon Pres :dent Jam Putt Vnce President BIG SHOTS Jack Payne Presudent of the Alex andrla Sportsman Club congratulates Wayne Stewart and Mike Agee whlle presenting them wtth trophnes at the Football Banquet Front Row Davnd Simms Richard Carter Eddie Robble Fowler Chuck Torpy Bull Dalkm Second Row Frank Coslmanc Mike Delnegro Tom Scott Bull Dowdy George Coburn Melton Saftelle Jim Stewart Rlchard Kung Jimmy Hines Third Row Dave Waltman Jerry Fule Gene Gardner Dave Carl Jam Pntt John Moore Bob Slsson Mike Ramey Fourth Row Phll Hale Walt Densmore John Welch Ball Roberson Bob Stoy I . . , . I . Dyson, Bob Gibbs, Bucky Poole, Jerry Lawter, l 1 1 A I - 5 1 1 1 , f . ! A A I I - I . , I - l Sfruffing their stuff - 3 A I 'av "x.. i '1", MARCHING MAJORETTES Connie Mullen drum rnalorefie Hilda Cockrell Jean Beach Glorla Lngglo :lame Tlwenrner Laura DlJOS9pl"l Marvlwa Duke bead rnalorefle MAJORETTES Football games parades, bake sales and dances were brughtened by The maloretfes presence TOP TWIRLERS Omcers of flue Magoreife Club are Jean Beach President Laura DlJosepl1 Vice Presldenl Mar!lwa Duke Sergeanf al Arms Elaine Tluelrner Secretary and Glorna Lrgguo Hnsvoruan Seaied Hclda Cockrnll Treasurer Slfhng Hilda Coclcrell Jean Beach Laura DIJOSSPLI Elaine Theurner Gloria Lgglo Martha Duke Standing Beverly Weller Joyce Knlll Mary Fulwrer Bevfy Cockrell Sandra Krdd Connie Mullen Marilyn Adams Ruflw Dacey vherme Dnlfz Peggy Jean Ruchter Jean Hamrnnll Marnan Carl Wanda Reed . .hitwinl ,rd ei vr i' 5, V f f- , ,lvl ' Music wher Front Row' Bobbie Tedtorcl, Carole Ann Goode' Martha Duke, Peggy Collurn Jean Burch, Betty Cockrell, Hilda Cockrell Andrea Gregg, Loretta Wells. Second Row: Dan Zimmerman, Gary Butcher, Jan Cuar- ffig, Bill Dempsey, Jerry Lewis, Lynn Bowman, Paul Ritenour, Bob Harclesty. Third Row: Johnny Glo- ver, Paul White, Bob Simms, Bill Cleary, Bill Dcwdy, Robert Gerber, Tom Leith, Jim Graham. Front Row: Dixie Haislip, Carlyn Oakes, Evelyn Jones, Wayne Dea- vers, Gail Fitzpatrick, Carole Taylor, Gay Cameron, Peggy Wade, Miriam Shinkle. Second Row: Kathy Braa shears, Emily Chew, Sally Shealy, Kay Garloclc, Susan Laurie Dykstra, Evelyn Stearns, Jean Fairtax, Carol Eblen, Louis Foust. Third Row: Frances Chamberlain, Theresa Ga- rilli, Jenny Jewell, Carolyn Haislip, Mary Margaret Teresi, Emily Good- win, Mary Ann Bryden, Vicki Cohen, Flo Rodgers, Martha Zilnier. ever they go T MUSIC ON THEIR MINDS aylor, Vice-Presidentg Gail Fitzpatrick, ponsor, Wayne Deaver, Treasurer, Gay -Discussing future at?airs of the Music Club are Carol T President, Miss Bane, S Cameron, Secretary. MUSIC CLUB For on entertaining evening, pcirents ond students went to see "Bustles ond Spots," stcirring talented Music Club mem- bers. ls fi vxxxiiUll"' 'X f- ll 45 9 y ,, Z f i i X m N' ii3 H31 EIQQJ 1.1 A CAPPELLA A Coppello members enloyed slnglng ot the dedlcotaon of Coro Kelly Elementory School the Eoster servuce of the Alexondrlo Women s Club ond the Northern Vlrglnlo Music Festlvol SWINGING A SONG Represent atnves to the All State Chorus group are Seated Jean Mebus Carolyn Kelton Front Row Gaul Futzpatrnck Nadme Fuller Second Row Robert Morrus Jummy Farrall Stuart Evans Fred Statts Joan Burch Jean Ken nedy and Muss Bane CHORISTERS Sectronal leaders of maxed chorus are Front Row Du anne Law Lyle Gannon Dennis Ramsey Second Row Barbara Sanchez Mlrlam Shlnlcle Bobby Morris Third Row Stuart Evans Jum Farrell and Jean Mebus A CAPPELLA Front Row LoEtta Ellrson Carolyn Wall Phyllus Evans Joyce Cockrell Evelyn Jones Sec Janice Jefferson Hilda Cockrell Darlene Moore Tlurd Row Mary Harrup Margaret Collum Gaul Futz patrnck Nancy Mars Carol Taylor Fourth Row Lourse Breslln Carole Gonder Nancy Hanson Betty Macll on Betty Bowlmg an 7 I ' 1 r I A . ond Row: Jean Kennedy, Joan Burch, 4-Q . . , u, , , ala 4 . gg: , 4 '. . qv 1 I - Q, up ' I . f . - . ig , , , I I E to , I Q Rhythm and a barbershop beat RESERVE BAND Front Row Roy Wentzell Ronald Bushy Braxton Allport Douglas Moore Jlm Padgett George Shark Bobble Brown Sec ond Row Roy Tundula James Steele Robert Brown Ben Whltehouse Nash Basorn George Webb Claude Cheatham Peter Dow Thurd Row James Bruel Jean Coddengton Anna Sue Smith John Engquxst Keith Floyd BOYS GLEE CLUB AND RESERVE BAND The Boys Glee Club ond Reserve Bond ore beglnnlng classes for students In rnusuc The Glee Clubs songs es peclolly adopted for boys volces ore pre sented IH ct sprung con cert PLAY A SIMPLE MELODY Mern b rs of the Boys Quartet are Seated Stuart Evans Standing Bob Morris Butch Antonuoll a d Bull Cleary 0 J . . 1 A l 4 I . , 1 4 . . I ' Z I 4 -., I, 's ,. 4-5,7 , x . 1.1 1 , I Q . . 5 . x - e 1 L -I .fi II . ,,I I 1 ' ' I, I e Wx ' I I r , , 1 ' , , , r , r , : ' : , , , , I I I I - , . I . r, rr- I e ' : .I . .I n . Q 5.24, iigi iiiabl B ix If D I9 9 4.1, Q. l i 6 ORCHESTRA: Front Row: Terry Walz, Mary Greenleaf, Edna Knight, James Wilson, Thelma Opperman. Second Row: Barry Boose, Frank McGurgan, Karen Butler, Wynn Lee. Third Row: Miss Clark, Leon Brown, Norma Engberg, Guy Partridge, John Boswell PLAY IT SOFTLY-The pianist Sally Jean plays the piano while Rita Easley and Gay Cameron witch intently. MIXED CHORUS The Mixed Chorus sang at The District Music Festival, G.W., and assemblies at nearby schools. Front Row: Sally Jean, Paula McCullough, Jean Duncan, Leslie Thomas. Second Row: Nancy Mars, Janet Enoch, Loretta Wells, Elizabeth Baum- gardner, Doris Mooney.Third Row: Mary Fulwiler, Marilyn Wood, Butch Antonioli, Anne Briggs. Fourth Row: Pat Henry, Billy Plott, Robert Gerber, Wayne Deavers, Robert Morris, 1 Q I 4.2 so SENIOR BAND Oh, what a busy year! The band played tor all G.W.'s home football games, plus the one at Hopewell and the Wakefield game at W.-L. In the latter, they won the specta- tors with their novelty routine, "Dance With Me, Henry." They staged two concerts and marched in three parades. ln the District IV Music Festival, they won an excellent rating. Not to be tor- gotten was their part in the Win- chester Apple Blossom Festival. LEADERS OF THE BAND-Band ogicers are Billy King, President, Mike Tomalin, Vice-President, and Tink Philippe, Secretary-Treasurer. FLUTE PLAYERS: Front Row: Phoebe Greenleaf, Alan Chedester, Marilyn Adams, and Eve Jensen. Second Row: Pete Mayer, Mar- garet Aylesworth, Joan Mauclm, and Jo Ann Sonosky. SAXOPHONE PLAYERS: Front Row: Ginger Shaw, Marilyn Trent, and Richard Kemper. Second Row: Frank Knill, Gale Conner, Norma Engberg, Frank Silcox, and Richard McDonald. CLARINET PLAYERS: Front Row: Mike Tomalin, Buddy Dunn, Jim Anderson, Dorothy Sandone, Bill Dodge, Pete Sushka, and Roger Wallace. Second Row: Stephen Burstein, Douglas Cross, Regina Burton, Dave Hunt, Bob Garda, Mary Doman, and Leonard Goldstein. TRUMPET PLAYERS' Front Row: Jack Flowers, Tommy Reese, Buddy Zimmerman, Jim Mark, and Lloyd Blackwell Sec- ond Row: Leor- Brown, Chandler Van Orrnan, Perry Roush, Jay Rixse, and Mary Baer TROMBONE PLAYERS: Larry Haatveclt, Ernest Loomis, Don McNamara, Bob Seeley, Joey Maiden, Gordon Silcox, and Billy King. HORNS, BARITONES, AND BASS PLAYERS: Front Row: Elizabeth Nelson, Phil Trernain, Guy Partridge, Van Slay- maker, and Albert Milster. Second Row: Kenny Poll, Mary Martin, .lerry Enfield, Phil White, Carole Gonder, and Dale Shaffer, PERCUSSION INSTRUMENT PLAYERS: Front Row: Bob Crabill, Tommy Orndorff, Bill Gootee. Second Row: Janet Crouch, Carl Oliver, Dave Gootee, and David Carl. is Q ,wi Y ..l.,...i, .v 1 a.. , . -4-. CW. All ,Tull g O R, X V 4' is "If I put on cl liffle weight, moybe next year they'II have me." ,Www Q- y A.YM ! u SPURTS FOOTBALL Grldlron gallopers Front Row Frank Cosrrnano Phrl Hale John Julrano Jack Lanvz Mrlvon Saffelle Jm PN Mrke Agee Duck Je ry Alexander Carter Bucky Poole Noel Waller Second Row Bobby Mrtchell Bob Garda Davrd Srmms Herb Wood Rober1 Fowler Bob Slsson Bob Gibbs Chuck Torpy Wayne Sfewarl Dale Dawes Lynwood Hodges Third Row Make Porrer John Gunn Richard x VARSITY MacDonald Paul Goldman Phrl Yafes Russ Dunn Ralph Prrce Mrke Delnegro Jrmrny Hmes Dave Carl Fourth Row Coach Frank Kaprlva Gaul Burchell Bull Roberson Allan Bugg Gene Cox John Welch Jerry Frle Head Coach Jrm Ford Coach Harry Caughron Manager Eddre Snyder ,.,- irn ' Mike Agee Co-Captain, VARSITY SCHEDULE 7 WINS - 3 LOSSES Affer losing lhlrfy men from the 954 Teom, Cooch Jim Ford ond has ossrsfonfs had Q lorge rebuulcllng lob before them Wnth o nucleus of four refurnees, Bob Srsson, Bob Gordo ond co cop Toms Make Agee ond Jlm P111 they burld o 'reom thot ranked wnh The best In The oreo The hlghlrghf of the seoson was o thrlllung T4 lO1rrumph over crch rrvol, XONN ly! 57 JUJfl?,ffjoC.L-fl-22 QVJM3 QCJXQ T w,+a1:,oovCzQdLznnJ?ea2iL ' vw U 'N Ocpone ' T24 lo 'che GET OUT OF MY WAY ff lol, oy, an ' ' 'Q .'v' no cf N s one o ,T 'nz eQc7+ GW 21 Annandale O In the season s opener a surprnsungly strong Annandale team held GW scoreless an the Hrst halt Encouraged by Mike Agee s brulluant 69 yard scoring dash with an unter cepted pass the team rolled on tor two more scores and their znltlal wnn The Prexles racked up their second straight victory by blanklng the Coolidge Colts of Washlngton Playnng Improved ball all around they scored twice nn the tlrst halt and once In the second Fullback Bob Susson led a powerful ground attack whale the GW llne halted the Colts offense GW 20 Fairfax O G W tallied three times ID the second halt and held a tough Falrtax team scoreless for thelr shutout In three starts Quarterback Make Agee had a hand In all three touch downs by pltchlng to Bob Glbbs tor two and going over from Inside the ten for the other ,CHQ 1 4 lf fL-cfv Y1L,WW'Ki-Db-L XUVM- CVVVXL 5 CAD.. 'L Q Vi-A "' 'ob up occ lea, pgs BREAKING LOOSE Noel Walt eak a as Ch ck To py o e e a GW O Hopewell 42 Hopewell s speedy backtleld and hard rushlng llne spelled defeat tor the Prexves rn a dlsasterous fashion Three Blue Devll backs led the onslaught scoring two T D s each In handung GW thenr mutual setback HORSE COLLARED Tackle Allan Bugg 78 STOP HIM Hopewell fullback Webbre Cobb eludes Frank Cosumano 50 stops Hopewell haltback Elsworth Shannon and sprnnts T5 yards through the G W secondary for a hrst down 20 T23 'IT ff, ' ,f " " F ll. jf, 'rf Q fix if D, ',' f' 1 i T f . I 1-cr 5 ,- f I -gh-sg., A ' -A t fs, ,C , Q ,d 5' ,-I., r' ' TK .- .,c.,., ..'1 it XR f Wwqff f , . . I . . , I G.W.-lf? Coolidge-O I ' f f er br s aw y u r 56 I tries to haitJ e Davies ll and Dave Clev ng r '80 of Ann ndale, . . . I - h I . . . , , , I I Q "9 Just for kicks THE WAY lfb k Dck C e 3 sl ps n AR SAILING B b G d 70 0 t GW 6 Thos Jefferson 38 The Presidents suttered their second de feat ot the season at the hands of strong T J Fnghttng all the way the Prexnes were unable to score until the fourth period when Mrke Agee connected with Bob Garda rn the end zone for their only tally Hustuuo HALFBACK V74 GW T4 Waketleld 6 GW regained some prestige that they lost downstate by beating the powerful Wakefleld squad After traulung at the half 6 O the Prexres led by Jerry Alexander and Bob Slsson who scored once each came back to top the stubborn Warriors The Presidents games but lost to a potent St John s team by one point Mike the G W attack Jerry Alexander on an off tackle plunge played one ot thetr best Agee scored once and led with has ptnpoxnt passing made the only other tally GW 26 John Marshall l3 Hard hutttng G W made another 'ine shawuna rn deteatlng the John Marshall Justrces ot Ruchmond The Prexue lane led by tackle Wayne Stewart played an aggrestve ganoe and gave quarterback Agee good pro tec ton as he htt has ends Buck Poole and Bob Garda for two markers apiece ALL - Ha ac i art r Q5 I i way CLE - o ar a ' 1 moves into the open as Dale Davies from Fred Roop of M unt Vernon en route to a T. D. throws a block on Dan Porter of S. Johns l . . . I . . . . I ' r I I l G.W.-T2 St. John's-T3 I , . A T4 1 ' .it Q, ' - ., A x l X X - I . ' - Frank Coslfwano 50 follows Dale Davies 52 afour-d end as three Maur-t Vernon players close in. bvknw ,-Q -1-is k b W x lil J as NIB 'S Pint A, BI, Q, T I ll 1 'll 'hYlIu'lIm't' ,, M K-8 P-I-cr' M, 4-.N ia.. 'Ta AQ' in 'E' and YM.. it Ast: 'pw Y, 1 xv--it 't'?Ra..xv-QHLWIILY' 4- MMED IN Torn Hyd 60 of W L e HIS WAY E d ucky Poole 71 pas Du e Mtc e c off o he g s of Bob Le s !63 and M ke Ageel a d To Hyde 60 of W GW 4l Mt Vernon O The Prexies scored ot will ogomst on outclossed Mt Vernon teom os the en tire squod sow oction Led by Bob Sis son who scored twice ond Dick Moc Donold who kicked five of slx possible extro points G W looked like the powerhouse thot they were supposed to be GW I4 GW ployed fTrst closs footboll ond beczt the Generols of W L in their on nuol Thonksgiving Doy closh In the first quorter the Prexles got off to ct swosh ing stort onlyto be holted on W L sfour by o fumble Then W L went on to score ond led ot the end of the holf 7 O The Presidents recovered o W L fumble to open the second holf W L took over on downs, however, ond then they were forced to punt The Prexles, led by the hord running of Bob Gibbs, then morched 38 yords for their fTrst TD W L kicked o field gool in the fTrst minute of the fourth quorter ond took ct TO 7 leod With only o few minutes left Mike Agees pinpoint possing brought G W their second score ond the North ern Virginia Chomplonshlp SPARKLING SPIRIT Martha Duke football queen reigns at bonfire as slated by rnalorettes Gloria Ligguo and Laura Diloseph T25 - .A 3 I-Y J x Di PQ x. 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I - I How heroes are made 9 ' NICE WORK Mrke Agee l66l and Jrm Memornal Trophy from Jack Payne owe Alex 'U a Sportsmens Cub JR VARSITY FOOTB The J Vftehrwgfunder thergnew cgafh NB,o'b Tabor, scored rg wfuns ove1pSt Ns Farr ax, 128 AWARDS The G W football team merrted many awards torthe1r efforts durlng the T955 season The two team awards were Jack Tullock Memorral Trophy and the Old Oaken Bucket tor VICTOYISS over Mt Vernon and W L respectrvely lndl vrclual awards were Mrke Agee and Wayne Stewart, most valuable players, Bob Garda, Drnky Scott Award, and the all State awards Mlke Agee Hrst team, Bob Garda, second team, and Wayne Stewart and Robbre Fowler, honorable 1 6 aegpt the Jack Tulloch mentlon J V SCHEDULE 5 WINS 2 LOSSES G W Opponent Mt Vernon 4.9 W ' T65 ' ' T -rr A . A .A . . ff . .- . ' . -- J if f 1 X A ' . - 1 ' - 1 ' 1 1 ff A 1 A ' 1 ' '8 1 , A . 1 ,11 11 1 1 1 . 1 ' f A 'J P rw get N., Y g xx! J . . ,X 1 kf E ,NJ x F JIT lx 1 ' ' A 1' lf x ' Q 'fl' 2l - s , ,- 1, o 1-L1 .,..... .,.,, 1 L... 1 1 and W.-L. Tlx soma mpo ' la erly otl , K T4 Annandale 11 O " 1 0 ' 1 119 I I i . 12 1 ' 1 .,,.... 1 111 1 6 20 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 - , I L9 l 1.1111 ,.,.. 2,11 11 7 Q V75 Z ' ff - rf ' Aw. fc f , :. i A I C 1 1" ' 1 1 - ' V 1 1 , T 1 2 ' 1 ' 'ft ' I 1 1 I L 5 'l l 1 1' 1 ' 1 1 ' , Ib ' 1 Ch Ii , 1 1 I 1 V A 1 I i 1 I 1 1 'Ji I 1 J 1 veteran J V perfor ers and a group otxseasoned sophomores from la t year s freshman squad, was an experrenced crew that had flve wms In seven games If f :WL WMM! W' ,dzjwrvrwf Front Row Joe M1ddletor1 Buddy Crymes John Trmberlake Larry Dohner Jerry Evans Bob Harmlton Gene Ross Bull Dawson Peter Jorgensen Joe Rutenour Second Row Mrltan Rogers Bob Gray Donald D1II Phll Jones Chandler Van Orrnan Paul Pedone Frank Werlchelser Bob Lewrs Gene Holsunger Dlck Kemper Thlrd Row T26 Eplscopal St John s Farrfax Wollum Doug Moore Bob Stay Roger m Stewart Fred Grrmes Donald Whnestone Fourth Row Barney Pappas Lewrs Lee Nlck Rlscrgno Larry Jacobs B1Il Shuler Robert Cassedy Myles Showers Eddve McCla1n Arnold Jones A ert Ellrott ar e Wllrams Bsll Dalkun ?Gi f-L f 46 Ahh our victories' ns-. From Row Dave Lehman Bucky Poole George Stewarv Captaun Mlke Agee John Welch Mnke Delnegro Phul Yares Second Row Manager Tom Ryan Jerry Fule Bob Garda Walt Densmore UP, UP, AND AWAY Make Agee fires a lump shot over Tom Hyde 124 of W L 101 Kenny Barrett Wayne Stewart George Coburn Eddne Dyson Coach Steve Osusek VARSITY BASKETBALL 19 WINS 5 LOSSES W Opponenvs S John s Thomas Jefferson Northwesfern 65 Alumni 57 80 Faurfax 69 67 Walceheld 46 68 Annandale 61 64 Wilson 53 61 Falls Church 54 55 W L 53 64 Episcopal 61 75 M? Vernon 65 Fairfax 81 67 Walcefleld 63 70 Annandale 52 74 Falls Church 32 58 W L 77 63 John Marshall 49 83 M7 Vernon 67 55 W L 60 52 Thomas Jefferson 79 66 Porfsmouth 58 64 GW fDanvllle 49 52 Newport News 63 127 - L 9: Q54 4 -W ,J fir ' +V er A ,mfg l l ' ' A 34 - A ' Y' , .L E A X1 K! A f . llcfv' X A' 'f r' V , QW' '- - I 0 . ,' .Al A ' ' l' X , . 7 A - X - , , 0 Q1 -'T l' 'rx' J ' All - Y J 'X XX. I LX I , HC., tt c 2"'k,X l . 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' 86 60 58 B7 74 High and handsome 'L . . 5 5 From Row Dave Carl Bob Mntchell La ry Dohner Deck Kemper Darry Dupree Dave Gootee Ned Rannells Tom Scott Chandler Doug Crupper Larry Fisher Buddy Ellnott Nclx Rnsc gno Bucky Van Orrnan Carlrn Rndgely George Barnes Coach Bob Tabor Pryor Second Row Manage Jm Borton John Tmberlake VARSITY BASKETBALL The Presidents after beung beaten badly by St .John s In their opener rebounded and won theur next Htteen games Despite the loss ot starters Wayne Stewart and George Coburn at mudyear the Prexles went on to the State tourney wlth a very respectable T7 4 record loslng only to St John s W L twlce and TJ ln the tournament GW played good ball and made rt to the tlnals only to be beaten by a strong Newport tive Make Agee Walt Densnftore and Bob Garda tTne play durung the season V BASKETBALL Under therr new coach Bob Tabor the Junnor Prexres tlnrshed the year with an rm ressrve l33 record Led by hugh scorer Doug Crupper they recerved good experrence whsle beatang all their opponents at least once and several twrce Top yuctorues were agaunst Wolceheld W L and Eprscopal T28 T SHOT ay o gt' a o o c oo : I I V r r . 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I were named to several all-star teams tor their J. . p - , I I I SOF ---W ne Ste.-.a" .15 t GN d es pa J - ' ' rUfa31rwtLvfa The Frank Marino coached G W Freshmen led by starters Mike Vopatek Herman Rlley Walter Seay Bob Clore, and Fred Dashnell had a successful season whsle comprlung a T2 8 record The malorlty of their twenty games were wrth expernenced JV teams Front Row Walter Hnte Steve Flelds Bob Clore Make Vopavek Fred Dashnell Herman Ruley Roger Craddock Second Row Carl Graefensteln Ed Doran JIVTT Dixon Dan Tornalnn Walter Seay Bob Warsung Pete Tornalun John Waldrep Bob Shaw Coach Frank Marnno FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 'Y AZN .. 19 CLUTCH BASKET Mx e D lnegro 22 slnps past Bob Clements Q f' 3 of W L for an Important bas et T29 u " r '1 54 .F e y A - , '21 k, llll No place luke home Y' lv l VARSITY BASEBALL Front Row Doug Crupper Joe Rltenour Bull Shu John Gunn Buddy Elllott Mike Delnegro Second Row Davud Waltman Mrke Agee Davod Wolftord Bob Gibbs Matt VARSITY Coach Louls Schrelner has a tlne chance of wmnung the dlstrlct crown In has first year at G W Wlth Cocaptalns Bull Shu and John Gunn leading the llst ot sux returnees, the Prexles should have an experienced ball club VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Sllver Sprung Fairfax Bullns Prep Faurfax March Aprul I " Q' it Y Alexandrna Walcefleld Annandale Eplscopal B aur Falls Church Washington Lee Mt Vernon Falrfax Waketleld Annandale Bulls Prep May Gonzaga Falls Church Wash1ngtor1Lee Alexandria Annandale George Washington Alexandria Falls Church Washnngton Lee Alexandria Alexandrna Walcefleld Alexandrla Alexandria Alexandria Alexandrua ,,f -J Qu: ,495 4 LF Muddlebrooks Buddy Manager Dave Lehman Crymes Coach Schremer Thrrd Row John Welch Jerry Fnle Jlmmy Hnnes Bull Dawson Carl Graefensteln BASEBALL to better the medlocre record of last season They wall probably not be a slugglng club but should be a strong tleldmg team with good pitchers, such as John Gunn and Bull Dawson Mt Verno Mt Vernon TWO FOR OUR TEAM Bobby Gsbbs and Buddy Elluot scarnper home wnth two bug runs nn the Wakefleld game 130 O ' 131 - E I ' s , l 4 so A 1 - 6 1 A L ,, I A L I '2 lx no 1 X pr QW Q . ,, -vm? nn- S . 'Ma ' l " , 2 I f- , t A ,y ' . pw? 4 ' .wg vwlmll fn' K 1 ivw 2 4 V 0 Q x 'I , , A it,-gig A rf' QF' 2,1 so ' ' ' . 4 . . 11 6 ' 10 1 I2 ' ' 13 1 ' ' 17 20 ' . A - 24 . ' 27 ' ' 1 4 . 7 1' ' 9 A 11 ' 15 ' 1 ' 18 , P . lg ui' ,ru-1' QQQQAW 8.4!-4f..d'n A --4-f,..fW..,.F' - . YER OUT' Doug Crupper stocky GW catcher puts the CRACK' Buddy Ellrot smacks a lorg toul oft Dennrs Hll tag on Ronnie Terwrllrger ofWaket1elCl ot Wakefield J V BASEBALL Wlth several experienced boys from last years Junror Mayor League, Coach Rrcer hopes tor a successful season The team wrll have some good hitters and a scrappmg de tensrve unrt to take Into therr nlne games sz I XX :Z "f, 1 Q i ,Z JV BASEBALL Front Row Sknp Dakeman Raymond Glover John Peterson Second Row Steve Fields Herman Rrley Dale Gordon Campbell, Doc Oehm, Larry Frsher Howard Wrltshlre Ward Buck-ay Pryor Harry While, Duck Kemper Dan Lrneberger 131 ft ,f':TMQ " V.,: ' 'Fagan .V,w 3' '.. f'.'T72.' ig.-6' :'-"9 A Q ' . - , . . , ,- ' , A l . . . 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V1.3 . .Ya ' A L , - pa i W N ' I n I , A- Wrth a cloud of dusr R Et PIP Civ VARSITY TRACK Front Row Randy McDonald Phul Yates Tom Scott Bob Slsson Pete Schultz Eddie Dyson Make Agee Jerry Alexander Gene Cox Dxck Kung Buck Poole Bob Garda Second Row Ray Wrllnams Herb Wood Dave Knowles John Moore Dave Stryker Carlm Rrdgely Robbne Fowler Jnm Putt Duck Carter Frank UMPH' Tom Scott takes the flrst hurdle of the Shuttle Hurdle Relay In the Memorral Relays 132 r Q .I We Us ' v, lla i ui an FL - H M-,Qt---nfl all 0 Yffbx Nun Coslmano Mike Burke Bull Kung Manager Sandy Short Third Row Manager Bob Dlehl Russell Pennmgton Don Bragg Dave Boland Mllt Saffelle Hank Smlth Jam Muller Lynn Kirby Dave Gootee John Kahler John Garten Norberto Echegoyen Manager Wilbur Smnth Coach Caughron VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE Falls Church Aprrl Memornal Relays March Epuscopal Bethesda Wakefleld Fanrfax May W Fairfax Annandale No Vrrgrnra State Meet 'V Home Home Away Away Home Home Home Away Home W Wrllrarnsburg V S nw ,519 ,ill ,ff . l -U H 'J 1 a-.' ,. v'. A V ' " xg 'gn Sir A . F - ' 'Q - ' -' 'X' 1 Q I S l - 1 I lv .if I .I U' ' ' 'IF' ' 0 'l I " . ' Q54 G1 ll BD Q H. ar Ll VI 'F C1 4 V 'W' ' 'Mui , W . -- ... mg- -A - . , - fr ' 5 cfs w . J -A . ., ff F, " ft , '- , 1 t 7 5 , C - " ' x I ' i ' . I . E :J I .14 K. , wx- ' H1 ' ' .35 ' J K Y J' ' " Yllin , . . 'arg ' ' ' ' I , N ,f X , ,,,. 28 ,. ., . " 12 ' ,, , H l4 V, P. l. . . ' 17 . . , , " 20 . " 27 ' . ., . 4 .-l., ,, 8 - - " ll . ' ' ' , .-l.. " l8-l9 , l ' , 5- C ax HIS WAY nc Kung gets oft to GOOD EXCHANGE Carlm Rldgely takes the baton from John Garten start ID the 440 Relay nn the Memorial Relays to start the second leg ot the Four Mule Relay In the Memornal Relays TRACK Coach Caughrons track team as an ex perlenced and well condltnoned unlt that IS looking forward expectantly to a tlne season and posslbly the State charnplonshlp This year s squad IS an exceptlonally well rounded one wlth strength IH vrrtually all events A ! ,Jill C l .r T0 Ly na group of seasoned hurdlers and welght men In the fleld events lead this flne team The Memorial Relays wul take the Ind oft the sea son and gave the spectators an Idea ot what IS to come 1- ht skill Till! .lg 6 .k 1 Kuh- J .-J JV TRACK Front Row John Engqunst Bull Burke Tum Brltt Roger Wrnqht Bob Clore Thnrd Row Chandler Van Orman John Bos Craddock Bull Ptesfter Tom Marshall Duck Moore Arnold Jones well Gall Burchell Walter Hate Make Vopatek Stuart long John Bll Curtus Second Row Ronald Jones Ken Sanger Ray Pavone Waldrep Ernest Loomls Steve Underwood Duck Burke Robert Rogers Fred Dashuell Ed Coppage Doug Moore Edgar T33 ON A D' k ' a fast - ' ' , . . . . ., . , . . . s l at ll as lg' 'ff ff l "4 ,E A T 5 xf' xx A s ' V' N t l , T 'Q W 2 , fx, J 1 g T 3 I 4, :, . , ' Q T r gn-2 r, -Q, Ny..-.J ,. Qi: f 1 ., , fs , -. -, A1 , .W I , f .- X i '1 Y v will-Q if 5 .':"'+ 1 43'all. l L' if fb ,.,-wa, l. ' f V. . ,L , . . 5 Q' , 41 -Z -i . :J SQ! I Q QD Z ,vu Q Q fs-."'a',, , , gr , ' 'r , . - l - ' 95 K. .3 6 ntijg -,' - , . 1 X J 1 Q Q, TPA ,. ' Lrg ? , X? A 5 V ' ' . s 3 Q ' ,.,tf-- 1 T I ut- aa. ' ' 39 qi FX gi . 'W ., W , S ' us- S A J. e' 2 sf' +4 if .vt an nw' ,G - ' ff 3 Z Q, C. f 2 , X ' . 1 ,Rr - Lf 73- x I my A' IW., V b, P A4 gn. Q f ' Qx' on X, , N C 1 H ,' Y W '. ff 0 Q or l , 1 's. -. ' '4'X , I N ,Il ...Q Q ' l .. I I I "Up the lazy river" ig- F 1 . .. Ai V Q '-5.3 in ...gr ,,-... M WINNING WAYS Anticipating many victories the crew practices the ritual of throwing the coxswain overboard is.. " .ami wg.: VARSITY CREW With three returning varsity eight men, the '56 edition of the crew is looking for- ward to a very successful season this year. Last year the varsity eight finished third in the Stotesbury Cup and the National Championship at Philadelphia. This year coach-ot-the-year, Julian S. Whitestone, is expecting better finish. The team will journey to Annapolis, Philadelphia, and Poughkeepsie to race top high school and college freshman crews. The team, which is supported by the G.W. Crew Boosters Club, operates out of the Old Dominion Boat Club, where three regattas will be held including the North- ern Virginia Championship. JV CREW The Junior Varsity crew is made up of all the second string boats This years squad promises to have some top boats although they will have to go some to beat last year s Junior Four which won the National Championship 'A' VARSITY CREW Front Row 6 V71 V 6 H' es rv s Gps ea: e c oo e a eo oe Mah v Bu: w T34 G0 e a no is e a Dave Gnorge Hugma Steve Nrlsc Second Row Mac John Baton Pete Jorgersor' e es' Mel t u au ol ma o Sea S r ow rr te BII Rooers 1 I I S BYIIIQS a G a C uc To py Bob Richa sort . . , ,ll K 4 A - .1 ,1 has ,w ' ', , f . a fy' , . . . - L fr- MAJ. .- . 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Fai w ather GW Be vers 1 rr ' Bob 'oy Thi d R Ji ' S'ev--ar' Pe Knowles I or Burs'e" Bob Logan Leroy B."ows Gene Ross, Jann CIa'lx Allan Bugg Jirn Bortov Dave Bu'Ixs Gordon Bald-Mr' George Cha'I Sir D on B 'N Gem- H i' I Po"s Jack Ph II p Gene Gardner Ned R I W "eo H Iwig Pew riII Di In M v C 'vol English , Bill D Ikirw L In f ' rd G Q Q In Bowne Bwce Roll-ns Dav Carl Slip JV CREW Front Row Bull Schumm Bob Cohen John Mark Dull Larry Dohner Jnm Pope Jlm Cloward Pete Dow Bob Warsmg Roy Wectzell Bully Crawford Albert Parnell Kat Irxon Joe Kings Perry Bonner Eddie Felts Alarlc Robertson Fred Oldenbrag Duck ton Jeff Wolford Gary Cockey Marty Gensmer Chrls Hamllton Lyngard Kelth Floyd Stuart Long Bob Morgan Donald James Steve Dunlap Second Row Ed Coppage Ronme Putt Donald Aprll May 25 VARSITY CREW 26 Lower Mernon W L KAII Crewsl Navy I5O Ib Crew Blshop Pendergrast L B- Fe Northern Vlfqlnla Sprmt Regatta Stotesbury Nataonal Champ SCHEDULE Phuladelphla 'I W6 A Alexandria Li' " " Annapolis 4 A. Alexandrla Potomac Boat Club Alexandna Hams Polnt Phlladelphua Poughkeepsle N Y -1' 1'0- .JL JAM SESSION The varslty enght an foreground presldes as chalrman of lolnf meeting of three shells n the muddle of the Potomac BUSINESS DISTRICT e Iandmg hums wnth actnvuty durlng an afternoon practlce 1 I sessnon of the crew i. '-uv' 135 - , - 5 : X cf D , 1 ,, yi! , gjils X 'Q 4 - o A f5.r5,,,tTf,Vg, V-yfm N ' ,f ,, I . 7 . , . 14 V 4 ' rv :M , g . " T4 .-. ,, , . ' . . .. . f - ' 1 . , Q' Q 4 Q 2' ' - - .. , 1 .- - - 'f 26 ' , , at ' . L-wm..f.ff, do . --r'--'-'--- " 28 W,- . U. nn. Fr. , ' ' 5 . 5. . . my M44 K Sf, I e K . " I2 ' .. . . .,.... ' ' , J 'ld at ... f to ' - .LL A Q . .I Ny ' I . . ' Qi- 1 AT, . f Og" 'f .d'1' ', V W 111g R' -K -f h . -,, INA 1 ,4f 'L A-fa-33' , A I ' 'Y .4-LL...-. ag I ' Z T - Th ' . X- 1 ,sA,, . . . . . , X. Y I - 47 I I 'T ' ' -fire" if ,. Y ,v ,M I T f- -14: TTZNQ. U T Q .H 3 -i ' I -f we ,.. ' - Over hull and dale VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Front Row Carlln Rndgely Everett Greenwood Pete Schultz lynn Knrby Make Burke Second Row Coach Harry Caughron Bnll Kung Bob Cohen Slup Poole Manager Davrd Pope JV CROSS COUNTRY Front Row Ken Sanger Garten George Seay Don Bragg Second Row Dems OConnor Edgar Third Row Sandy Short Steve Burstem Barry Spolford Manager Alex Riddell Coach Caughron Norberto Echegoyen John Wrnght Sperry Romlg Ray Pavone Bull Pferffer GOLF The commg of sprung lifted the curtam on the newest addutlon to the GW sports program The golf team, under the leadershnp of Steve Osusek ns not only the newest team, but IS one of the most successful Last sprung the team completed an eleven match schedule wsth an unblemxshed record Coach Oslselc and has four returnnng lettermen, Charles Holden, .lam Anderson Ham mond Myers, and Tom Ryan expect another flne season CROSS COUNTRY The young Prexle Cross Country squad looked good In all their meets and made a fine shownng In the State meets by flnlshung thrrd In a eld of eleven The cocaptauns were Everett Greenwood who placed first nn the State meet and set several new course records and Pete Schultz who was close behlnd Greenwood untnl he suf fered a leg lnlury Coach Caughron feels that next year should be better than ever as he loses only one from a squad of mne VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE 2 WINS 3 LOSSES W OPPONENTS Baltrmore Poly lWakefleld Falls Church Wakefield Washington Lee lFalls Church IFalrfax Placed 8th Splked Shoe Meet Placed 3rd Northern Vnrgnma Meet Placed 3rd State Meet Low score denotes wmner hu-14 GOLF TEAM Coach Osnsek Kenneth Henry Mnlce Wrllangham Ball Davrd son Hammond Myers Jam Anderson Dennrs Easley John McElroy 136 Jerry Enfield a ' A . . , h 1 MN R 3 - . A nw , P I , , H V . . . . ' l Yx vc . A4 V I ' I I -J , L ,, 1 T , ' G. . ' " ' 2 ' . . . ,.,. ..,,.., , , 27 G' ' 8 ,. s...t .... , , ..t. .,...s..s..... 42 ' ' 41 lMontgomery Blair ,, ..,,.,. 45 l ' 5' l , .. 105 30 ,, . . ,, 27 L tg 30 ' - . T S za ' 5 15 15 50 Q ' A ' . 69 I , -I ' I I - Not a man In slght' G A A 11 The Girls Athletic Association turthers gurls sportsmanship and develops their skull In dltTerent fields ot sports They get great pleasure out ot partlclpatlng with nelghborlng schools In softball and basketball games They have a Chrnstmas party and every sprung hurry south to Var gunna Beach for a beach party SECOND TIME ROUND Second semester of flcers are Comme Taylor Recorder of Polnts Mrs Patton Co Sponsor Karen Jorgensen Vuce Presudent and S ly Hale Presudent Absent from the picture are LoEtta Ellnson Secretary Treasurer and Mrs Medford CoSponsor W FIRST ON THE DRAW Furs! semester oftlcers ot G A are Marxan Trenls Recorder o Points and Sally Hale President Absent from e ptcture are Harrnet Coflun ace Presadent Jane Luncetord Secretary Treasurer X X X K' Front Row Sally Hale Mar nan Trenus Janet Lunceford Betty Bowlmg Peggy Dow l.oEtta Elluson Connte i Taylor Second Row Karen Jorgensen Harrtet Coflun Sarah Campbell Margne Lee in ti A i Suste Con 137 I I U . . . - '- - J ' ' I I 1 , , -' ' . 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'f ,, -, " " ' FQZESMY ' , f, . , IN MEMORY OF COLONEL GEORGE A PATRICK US Army Retd 1896 1955 ln the untrmely death of Colonel George A Patrrck Professor of Mrlrtary Scrence and Tactrcs the students and faculty of G W have lost a great man frrend and leader Born Into a proneer tamrly ot Charles ton, South Carolrna, Colonel Patrrck re cerved hrs educotron rn the publrc schools ot that crty and graduated from The Crta del rn 1917 He entered the Artrllery Corps of the Army where he saw servrce rn Pano ma, and the Phrlrpprnes Later he taught at The Crtadel, hrs alma mater, from 1934 to 1939, but because of rllness, he retrred 40 from the Army rn 1941 and rn 1942 came to G W to head the cadet corps From a straggly undrscrplrned half unr formed group Colonel Patrrck developed the corps rnto a superbly drrlled prrze wrn nrng unrt ot young men and women Un der hrs leadershrp, the corps won many trophres, medals, and other honors Even after hrs passrng, hrs sprrrt wrll strll lrnger as an rnsprratron to others The memory ot hrs leadershrp, sense ot humor, loyalty to the school and to the corps, and hrs ready wrllrngness to help wrll always be treasured rn the hearts ot those who knew hrm fQf2.?rgfll , sg,-,g S4 Y , ,ffl , ,A ' ,AA R-"Ayn K A X 41, , ' rx - ' ,1 Q , , ,, 1' 1, I . . , . I D I . . . , I 1 ' T . . , , I - I - - At ten hon' REGIMENTAL STAFF Furst Semester Lneutenant Colonel Payne FE Captaun Adlutant Smlth JL Second Semester Lueutenant Colonel Brown JH Captam Adlutant Weadon AT FIRST BATTALION STAFF Flrst Semester Maqor Leef MM Lieutenant Adgutant Weaden Second Semester Mayor Brlsach EM Lieutenant Adlutant Parker SECOND BATTALION STAFF Furst Semester Magor Klaveness LM Lieutenant Adlutant Pr: gen SJ Malor Wllllams ME Lieutenant Adwtant De Lance KD 19 ADVISORY COUNCIL Front Row Capt White J Plt Sgt Der ren acker LE C pt Wllllams M E Lt C I Payne F E I Klaveness LM Capt Hawkins P A Cpl Thompson LJ Capt ff ,L-Q 'im ,,-. Q-s X .- XL., Brusach E M Second Row Capt Brown JH Mal Leef M Cpl Edwards PD Sgt Rhodes GH 141 o - 1 I ' , K you - D - - was-5.1 -, l , --, f N I , -- 1 . AQ U I t I . .. J 7- C ,L A.T. an ' ' , . .: I l , 'J - T.C. f Q " . e X if . I .J . . .d- , .. 11,7 1 KIM? ' . ' Second Semester . H Q Y x Y 0 E 1 - -1 ' Q A ' I , . . K M .31 mv Q 1 ' E A s, J, .5 fl' 1 'I -- H . : : , ' , .5 . . - ' , . .. : . , . .5 '. , .M. b ,..p a. " , ..g . o. ,..gMa'. . ,--2 . . - . V I A 'T X 'K L X- . I a ., .,. x-e r , , Cadence count COMPANY A STAFF Furs? Semester Ca tam Brown JH Furs? Lleu venant Long JD Second Lleu tenant Locker CR Irs er qeanf Landus N W COMPANY A STAFF Second Sefnesfer Yam Long JD rs +eu tenant Locker C R Second Loeu enanv Landws W mrs e qean1CaHander R D 1- K .4 'N ,, , vs 'pls . I, A . Q , 342 One, Two, three, four I-'I-'I I-'wi H.,-it FIRST PLATOON COMPANY "B": Front Row: Second Lieutenant Currie, E.B., Sergeant Nimmer, D.C., Corporal Estep, B.H., Sawyer, J.M., Taylor, LW., Rhodes, R.R., Warner, E.R., Sergeant Aber- crombie, D,A. Second Row: Huntt, J.L., Shephard, K.L., Mason, C.H., Henderson, W.C., Van Pelt, H.C., Phelps, R,W. Third Row: Smith, C.L., Roth, L., Stanford, W.G., Willey, EG., Lee, C.R., Platoon Sergeant Sin, RL. SECOND PLATQON COMPANY "B": Front Row: First Lieutenant R,F., Corporal Graves, W.O., Swaim, GL., Haugh, R.C., Custis, R.P., Sergeant Baker, C,B, Second Row: Corporal Lefavor, D.A,, Sweeney, H.W,, Glymgh, Ji., Brooks, T.M., Mays, J.A, Third Row: Corporal Glover, G,V., Zimmerman, D.A,, Colvin, D.R., Sergeant Hall, E.P. I-'lvl Parker, T.C., Sergeant Carroll, L-il-J. ' M11 .l aus ,., ': 'S Q- X . ,i r af 1' ,- H a , . . COMPANY "B" STAFF First Semester Captain White, J., First Lieuten- ant Parker, T.C., Second Lieuten- ant Currie, E.B., First Sergeant Rhodes, G.H. COMPANY "B" STAFF Second Semester Captain White, J., First Lieuten- ant Currie, E.B., Second Lieutenf ant Rhodes, GH., First Sergeant Hall, E.P. ,4 A 'N L 143 To The right, march . . . L21 L11 lf""' O' FIRST PLATOON COMPANY "C": Front Row: Platoon Sergeant Martin, J.D., Sergeant Miller, G.C., Corporal Moriarty, .l,M,, Greenwood, C.l., Wheeler, A.T., Sergeant Hill, W.A. Second Row: Cor, poral Townsend, J.T., Sorensen, LB., Brinson, LW., Collins, L.D. Third Row: Corporal Martin, T.W., Pridgen, R., Lee, K.L., Jacobson, D.W., Cultice, J.M. SECOND PLATOON COMPANY "C": Front Row: First Lieutenant Hoberg, D.M., Sergeant Good- man, GP., Roberts, E.H., Duvall, R,E., lrion, C.B., Whitestone, RC., Walters, RJ., Honse W.H., Sergeant Alexander, D.W. Second Row: Corporal Francis, C.L., Wood, RF., Sharratt, J.A., Surles, T,B., Trice, B.E., Luke, B.R., Ball, R.K., Hamilton, W.L. Third Row: Corporal Meadows, L.L., Spivey, R.P., Newton, G.H., Walker, EJ., Maulden, B.D., Ortenburger, T.R, Platoon Sergeant Derrenbacker, L.E ,. 1 W .--ya-1 f wgnpv .., ,. .3-1 1 COMPANY "C" STAFF First Semester Captain Brisach, E.M., First Lieu- tenant Hoberg, D.M., Second Lieutenant Cooperman, M.B., First Sergeant Crockett, O.B. COMPANY "C" STAFF Second Semester Captain Brisach, E.M, First Lieu, tenant Cooperrnan, M.B., Second Lieutenant Crockett, O.B,, First Sergeant Martin, J D 'Ur 4 a n 'T To The left, march Q fo, 'v- 3 is i ,- 5 sf' .. X' - 1 . , COMPANY "G" STAFF First Semester Captain Williams, M.E,, First Lieutenant DeLance, KD., Sec- ond Lieutenant Hall, T,A,, First Sergeant Hall, B.A. COMPANY "G" STAFF Second Semester Captain Potts, K.E., First Lieu- tenant Hall, T.A., Second Lieu- tenant Hall, B.A.g First Sergeant Buckner, R.A. .., I tl ll "' wr FIRST PLATOON COMPANY "G": Front Row: Second Lieutenant Hall, T.A., Corporal Smith, B.A., Godfrey, P.A., Muterspaw, J., Counts, C.S. Second Row: Platoon Sergeant Harvey, C.L., Corporal Spiller, D.D., Tubbs, A.W.g Landford, G.D, Third Row: Corporal Wilkins, P.E., Purdy, B.L., Yancy, S.L SECOND PLATOON COMPANY "G": Front Row: First Lieutenant DeLance, KD., Corporal Seaton, M.L,, Kirnel, MJ., Isenbecker, LM., Cobel, SK. Second Row: Sergeant Bruce, S.K., Corporal Bozarth. K,K., Carter, GJ., Hurst, P.J. Third Row: Platoon Sergeant Buckner, R.A., Corporal Wright, MJ.: McSpadden, L.J.p Slate, BJ. l45 About face . 177 .. ,f X COMPANY "H" STAFF First Semester C ' H lx' , P.A., F' , Ligilihnant ePVdtt?S K-E-l Secggz FIRST PLATOON COMPANY "H": Front Row: First Lieutenant Potts, K.E., Sergeant Scott, S.L. Lieutenant Hall, S.M.g First Ser- geant Shephard, M.A. COMPANY "H" STAFF Secord Semester Captain Hawkins PA., First Liewenan' Hall SM Second Liewenan' Shephard, M A' Ft st Sefgean' Turner, B A a lfio is "1 Corporal Hall, F.K., Black, K.L.g Boulanger, G.M. Second Row: Corporal Shutt, H.C,, Lancaster, B.K. Tapscott, D.G,g Heppner, KJ., Compton, N,L. Third Row: Munday, .I.A., Corporal Wood, .l.E. Kennedy, C.A.p Kobernick, G, Platoon Sergeant Keel, J.E. SECOND PLATOON COMPANY "HH: Front Row: Second Lieutenant Hall, SM, Sergeant Jacobson EE., Corporal Long, M.A, Franklin, BL, Silbert, D,L., Hall, LE, Second Row. Schanberger, B.J Corporal Thompson, LJ.: Francis, B,J.p Rathbun, N.A, Third Row: Corporal Hottle, RE4 Thompson D.A., Platoon Sergeant Turner, B.A J Present arms Cooperman MB Derrenbacker LE Locker CR BOYS RIFLE TEAM Front Row Goodman GP Hoberg DM Second Row Hogg GJ Brusach EM McDonald az rrue Martun JD Thurd Row Nummer DC James GF Jones LR Edwards PD LeFavour DA Oehman JW s 'lst Buckner RA Thompson DA GIRLS RIFLE TEAM Front Row Plt Sgt Keel J E Shephard M A Second Row Cpl Shutt H C Plr Sg Abreu J I 1' RIFLE TEAM The George Washungton ca det corps sponsors a boys rufle team as well as a gurls rufle team Both groups were enter ed un hugh school matches and they placed well un the tlnal results The boys rufle team de featecl Northwestern Hugh and went down un defeat as the Naval Academy beat them out They also entered a na tuonal match, that lasted over cu peruod of four weeks The gurls rufle team also eat Northwestern Ls Z 3 147 Draw U o A , ti " -1 3 l 48 CHEVRONS CLUB ron' Row Color Cpl James GF P Sgt Derren c er LE an 1 1 S M r In 1 Goodman GP Sgf Nrmmer DC Second Row Sgt Baker s gv odes GH ood or nes C 1 Tsf S9 Croc eff O Sgt Abercromble DA Cp LeFavour C or Sgt Terry ML Sgt HI! W A SABER CLUB Upper Left JH Capv Whne J Second Row 2d Lv Coopermar' ar er Ad' Weadorv AT LIWSKI CLUB Upper Rlgh! Front Row Capt ns UL H II SM Second ow ' YVe L Pvndgen S Third Row Sgt Jaco sc: ee J 9 4 DOWN IN FRONT Lev C N A + h Than s wwrg av gave w vc S8575 K " ' '1- , ' A qu 8 . v ' 1. . 1 7 , if . . I h , -.L .R uh .3 L xii , I . P 1 : F : . , . ,5 IT. . ba R. , . ,p PIO, Sgt. Hall, E.P.g Ts! Sgr. L d4s, N,W.g Pl gf. a 1' , J.D Sg. , . .g . ' , . . : , , C.B. 'l Y S . Rh , . .p Cpl. G , E.C.g Col Cpl, Jo , l..R.g pl, Kai M.D.p T. LK , .By , I , . .g I. , D A., ol . , g i , , Front Row: 'Capf, Brown Wiiliams M , Mal Khsvevwess LM Cap' , . ' , . Hawiu PA., Qu v a , , R ' rw PH, sg. Ha y, 'L 2nd Lv Half T A L' M.B., Ts? Lf. P R , TC, L' Adi ' , J ' b X ' EE PI' Sgt K N JE Cp. Ha!! FK CD' W cc. J E - f Sg' Sha' f-5 B R-1 and Sg' Saw! .1 Sc?" ..e""'K 1 for ' e k g' '1 D s'a'ed read am: rw-.-.raw-.-H w fed f-Q Honor your kung and queen' HJEDlHuull lfnlxll 'lCBlll3 L x ?l.rlu'l14'.Y"l!l-Q .I WEE E' fs Dl"7dlll5F"i Ill 1 1--- ,134 --Q! T AN ANXIOUS GLANCE Karen P0115 Charlie Locker Lenn Derrenbaclcer an George Goodman anxlously awaur rhe results of the GW Farrlrngfon March l. -qwffrm-pn-gp coLoR GUARD Color Corporal James GF Color REGIMENTAL BALL Serqeanv Terry ML Color Sergeant Svanley RA Color Corporal Jones LR The Coder Reglmenfol Boll was held on Moy 4, of The Sforlrfe Room of The George Moson Hotel AIDE DE CAMP Mrs Hummer Col Olsons secretary ROYALTY Queen and lung Mary Etta Wnllrams and Gene Brusach accept busrly fakes notes af dmclahon thus hugh honor gracuously Q" ,,., x '4 , . I t , S - G O I 4 QA V' I. ZZ 3: -T F"G hz. lf lf? ' .. 3 Y! 1 .4 . l' Y-ia - ' E n w. X I I " I . I . . 0 A-- l I , M -M 4,,ifY .' l . ' lr' l Q G v. '. ,Y X W , ill ' ,if " Sn l it I l fl Q "I . u .I ' 1 Y ,. ' l 5 QV . l' ,""" 1 1 I' . ge Q , i-,AT l Q If X l l ' 1 d . .l l k 1- . , I ,W ?,y1 , I J V, lf 2 3 lr 2 5 l l l u I 'l49 5 ff Sf, 1 IW., w' 0 ,ww W ,A , ,V ,k,.fJ5g?i,,?qY 40 if rw, , ,, V"'Tf'I3"'f""!" f a W A K I I maya' W W l Nz 7' 4 ,294 ylsii. A? ff.i 0 . A ig U w , M . Inf, 5 1 Q. W 9 W fs 'X ff 7 3 ni 1' ui fi 1 Ag if 1 ' ' ' f , 4 if A' fm., , X QQ I X 4 '7 5, ff . 'J W it ' ' 'nm . 3 I 'f-f-...A , 4 L ,xi M Q 3 g in in-,Mew 108 North VVashington Street y ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA L !9ofa'fA fn -O, I - -Ku, We are very grateful for the pnvtlege of bemg of SCFVICC as oflic1al photographers toward mak mg th1s years COMPASS a grand success The splendxd cooperatxon glven us by the edxtors faculty and student body was hlghly commend able and smcercly apprecxated g.,,,.f,1 IQ X I ' at 9 " ' lxl Qfjl ,N .md lxlng ny gow , . . . 1 r ' ' ' I IC ,I I , - . CONGRATULATIONS To You Graduates ' We wish you every success and happiness AS YOU ARE GOING TO BE THE HOMEMAKERS OF TOMORROW WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU IN THE YEARS TO COME Ciivxfcifl BARNES 8. :MEL C0 Ollldllffe ufllltufe ALLYANDRIA ARLINGTON OVerlook 3 4330 At Farrfax Drlve FALLS CHURCH Lee Hmhway and Washln ton Boulevard JEFferSon 3 l-100 O O 2525 Mt. Vernon Avenue Corner North Highland Street I 1 - r - 4 U 1 4 PAXTON VAN LINES INC SER VICE If our mort 11711901 tant PRODUCT Mem19e1 Atlas Van Lmes Inc A Noflonol System One of the Worlds Largest Movers Modern Storage Focllmes Local Mov ng KI 8 2233 KI 8 6400 CHARLES F. GERBER, INC. REGISTERED PLUMBING AND HEATING ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED PUMPS PLUMBING FIXTURES KITCHEN EQUIPMENT GAS AND ELECTRIC STOVES GAS AND ELECTRIC HEATERS GARBAGE DISPOSALS I IO8 Oronoco SI Vnrganla TEmpIe 6-1314 Alexandria, 6 THE FIRST AND CITIIENS NATIONAL BANK ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA Oldest NUUOIIUI Banlt In Izrgznm MAIN OFFICES 531 Kmg Street 507 Kmg Street BRANCHES Vlount Vernon Au T809 Mt Vernon Axe Uptown l8'7 Kun Street Bradlee Branch w6IIO Kun Street Dllle In II 171610115 at Etub Brumb Irec Puzknzg Member Federal Depost Insurance Corp I I I I I I V I T I J I. ' ..............,..................... ....... - ' Q H Northeast .................,............ 701 N. St. Asaph Street ' ' ' ................................ Y ' Q .' , 7' , - . . 2 Q . I I . I OIYIIQ llll en iii 0 THE BURKE 81 HERBERT BANK TRUST COMPANY OLDEST BANK IN THE OLD DOMINION MAIN OFFICE CORNER KING cmd FAIRFAX STREETS BRANCH 306 8 EAST MONROE AVENUE Member Federal Deposzt Insurance Corporatzon LEVI NSO N CLOTHING COMPANY Headquarters or G W Cadet Uuzforms and Caps MATTRESS C0 II2 s FAIRFAX ST 424 KING STREET K' 9 8 bm ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA GAINES FURNITURE Klng 90829 907 KING STREET J C GAINES KI g 93583 e r f J .it-T v f . . I iii ' RATCLIFFES TEXACO SERVICE 1600 MT VERNON AVENUE PHONE TE 63I33 ALEXANIJRIA VIRGINIA Walter C Dans and omplzmmts of Phone KI ng 8-8015 REAL ESTATE LOANS Son Inc INSURANCE Elvclrlcal fontractor PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1509 PRINCE ST ALEXANDRIA VA WU Bmfrf for Tomorrou By Srrzzvf of T0da3 KI 9 2092 OV 3 2486 322 SOU I'H WASHINGTON S'l RI El ALEXANDRIA, VA Complzmenfs e Alexandrla Gazette AMERICA S OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER ESTABLISHED I784 C C CARLIN .IR PRESIDENT C ongratulatlons rom AUTO ACCESSORIES CO INC Olflffeify ROBINSON FUEL GEO H ROBINSONSSONS INC ALEXANDRIA VA Klng 9 2100 Klng 9 'I995 ad Ou! Oflgtlld 728 SO WASHINGTON ST ALEXANDRIA G1 ts The Remembrance Shop I533 QUAKER LANE TEmpIe 6 'I456 Greyhound Bus Depot ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA UA JJ LL, JIM., S UB TEEN TOTS 127 N WASHINGTON ST KI 9 9 ses of ' Th f gf g . . 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In - 80 - I A B 81 W TRANSIT C0 is GB Pho e Klng 8 5998 WORK GUARANTEED Del Ray Watch Repazr CLOCKS AND JEWELRY REPAIRED ENGRAVING PEARLS RESTRUNG Wllard T Srnlfh 2014 MI Verno Avenue Alexandria Va FOR COURTEOUS SERVICE AND THE BEST IN DRY CLEANING Colonial Valet 531 FIRST STREET V g ma Theatre Bu Id ng ALEXANDRIA VA SPECIALIZING IN MENS WOMENS d CHILDRENS HAIR CUTTING EDS BARBER SHOP BARBER SCIENCE GRADUATE Klng a 7744 Ed Collms 2705V2 MI V o Aven e Ale a d VI gna DEL RAY DRUG STORE T E CARNEALE Prop Reg No 7289 Phone KI g 90677 2004 Mt Vernon Avenue Del Ray Alexandria Vurglnla AERO AUTO CO INC CHEVROLET CORNER SINCE 1920 IIOT KING ST T308 KING ST 1705 MT VERNON AVE FOR LOW PRICED FINE USED CARS OR FOR YOUNG MECHANICS SPECIALS VISIT AERO CHEVROLET FREE ADVICE FOR YOUNG NOVICE MECHANICS 66 Nesbitt Equipment Company Distributor fonwtrzutzon ci Industrial Fqulpmvnt 446 CALVERT AVENUE ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA TELEPHONE OVERLOOK 3 3886 COLLINS MILLWORK C0 LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDERS SUPPLIES 3I5 N FAIRFAX ST ALEX Klng 9 2847 KI 9 9 7444 e c N a d se Art's Typewriter Sales 8. Service 2405 MT VERNON AVENUE DEL RAY ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA SALES Ca f' RENTALS REPAIRS ALMA JOHN BLACKMAN S DRY CLEANERS o 5M Ve K g 84199 Pho TE 6 39 STEVE S RESTAURANT FINE QUALITY FOOD REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI U S Highway No A1 Potomac Yards Alexandria V STEVE d MARGIE 24 HOURS C 0 I n . Typ writers A Adding Ma hines - ew n U d I I Art uI1eId While You Wait Service Free Pick-Up and DeIivery I Ph ne 200 ount rnon Avenue In - Alexandria, Virginia ne -97 0 I . . ' . I I I . ., VA. ' I a. ' an R. N. RUST Coufi ac for and Builder 1610 MT VERNON AVENUE ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA Phone Klng 9 7888 Jmmh jforral 3830 MT VERNON AVE TE 6 0800 KI 9 7432 Dm ozzuf fo Sfzzffcfufs VERNON REALTY CO., INC. 2007 MT VERNON AVE ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA SALES RENTALS MORTGAGE LOANS Phone Klng 8 3106 with O Alexandria Business School FOR MEN AND WOMEN ENTRANCE AT ANY TIME eed g Sho tha d G egg Shot an o h ype Bookkeep I X Ce caI Pay oll MRS LILLIAN B PROTHEROE Inst ucto a a as a student o ao MRS EMMA B DEARBORN on CALL KING 93745 N Col s Alexand a Va A Course or Emerg Business COMPLIMENTS OF e M H Organization Ify Ad st ators Since 1912 2206 Mount Vernon Avenue KI 9 0078 KI 9 3630 IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL Cecrls Barber Shop 1604 Mt Vernon Avenue ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA Co a gr Phone TE 6 6693 45 MINUTE DRY CLEANERS 1901 MT VERNON AVE ALEX VA Alte ato s Wh IeUWat Shoe Repa g OV 3 1200 ea an P ess KI 9 9306 Hats Cleaned 8. BIocked S 8. C Radio and TV Service 2400 Mt Vernon Avenue ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA J W MYERS J W CULLEN OVerIook 34111 I I 1 - I O . 1 I I o I o o . . T11 . . Rea mini r ' I I I . . I I . . ' ' 1 Sp writrn r n f r r h CI T uc T writing V ing Accoun ing - lnde ing - Filing ' I ri r 5 Cecil ffm n, M . - . . , r r I is an Authorized Teacher of Speedwriting Shorthand I ' 21 ye rs experience nd w f I rigin t r. I Y I n I I' I' i'4 . i irin - 4 I 2 Cl ning d r ing - Individual lnstructi - Intensive Training I I I . . 106 , umbu St. ri, . I ' sc ' a 1 . , - as I ' f - I I I I ,Hayman L6 .jars Ion A019 530 KING STREET Kmg 9 1881 Rosenberg s Department Store OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Two Floors of Famous 411 King St OV 3 9871 FOSITIODS for The Jumor G W Sugar Bowl M55 gnd Half Sgze G1 fs and Cosmcfzrs 1302 MT VERNON AVE ALEX VA M ,I MANNING I'l'dIlk HICIIPIDHCII l RMI Fvlalc' Loans 0 Ifzwmzucf' 2401 MT VERNON AVENUE FINE VIRGINIA FURNITURE ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA SINCE 1908 Mt Vernon Servlce Pharmacy FREE FAST DELIVERY TE 60100 816 KIng AIexancIrIa Va KI 9 0405 KI 9 0406 Gearhart s Texaco Servlce COMPUMENIS OF D Mvo eUp C E GEARHART 3 MI v M8101 DISTTIIJUIIHQ Co INCORPORATED COMPLIMENTS OF 435 C I A OV 3 2368 xI'IlIl1II'll He luh 5 Ilon a Ven Ve 3709 M' Vemcn AVEVWE' AIexandrIa V OV 3 0161 Open Evenmgs TE 6 0724 1 A S - I I I I I - ., . D O 1 ' I ' ' In ' . . 3 ,. 1 A N I I I I . 814 - ' ST. I I I . I Road ServIce KI 9-1661 ' , . Lu' ricaIing ff Washing Tires, Batvevles and Accessories o r Tun V 290 ernon Ave. . 1 1 'a ia ' fa ' . ' I al . Pho e KI 90854 HERFF JONES COMPANY cones Esso STATION 703 N WASHINGTON MANUFACTURERS OF ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA HE JIM GORE TOM GORE GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL STANDARD CLASS RING AND GRADUATION SUPPLIES VIrgInIoI Representc1tIve JAMESL DECK O E MAIN RICHMOND TIIOS J FANNON 8 SONS gf QQ ip 00060 lr FQ rluln 'NIMYENI I :Di 0 Boi JQ U01 'IO XANDRIA FANNONS Your Dad and Mother know us well Long before the Washlngton Monument was completed we were SSVVIDQ the People of AlexandrIa and Falrfax County Wlfh Fuel GTadU8TIOn tIme IS near and to all those who have succeeded In merItIng the coveted award of BEING GRADUATED w extend our best wIshes We earnestly hope that each George Washmgton Graduate wIll measure up to the Golden Opportumtles that lIe ahead THOMAS .I FANNON G. SONS Cool AutomotIc Heat Fuel OII DUKE and HENRY STREETS ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA n ' I ' T 30 . ST. 19, VA. 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Et N-X 7-,'.7..-1-11" '1' V ALE I - ,VWIIGINISIT I ' ' ' l ll I ll, e l I 7 PRINTING Elzgra 11111 Q and Book bllldlllg For Over a Thlrd of a Century Printers of the Compass NEWELL CQLE COMPANY Telephone Klng 9 0162 212 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA VA CONGRATULATIONS from The Alexandrla Journal COMPLIMENTS OF Nancye Fleming Shop, Inc 325 South Washington Street OVerlook 3 3910 Hours 9 30 5 30 Thursday Nl 900 PM OVerlook 39840 Road Servlce Motor Tune Up Brake Serv ce Johnson s Shell Servlcenter TIRES BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES Corner Mt Vernon and Oxford Avenues Pauls Barber Shop 1414 KING STREET FREE HAIRCUT BEGINNING JAN 3 1956 YOU PAY FOR YOUR FIRST 7 HAIRCUTS AND YOUR 8TH IS FREE PICK UP CARD AT 1ST HAIRCUT IN JANUARY HOURS 800 AM 700 PM EXPERT CLEANING STONE Cleaners and Launderers F ede ck and LII an Y g P oprletors 1619 Kang Street Klng 8 4835 Alexanclrla Va Y The I 5, Q17 cl Magnolm Room THE aslozonablc' 0 UH LIGS parlzcfs K I ng 8 2 300 HUNTINGTTIERS The Dznnzg Room N M 3,4 aslozonable 0 X, f dlllllff 'W Klng 8 2301 Clllllplllllfllfi THE DIME STORE 1906 Mt Vernon Avenue Alexandria Vlrglma AIIQXJIPUPIJOUKI Tarlzft Slrm S fmol S111 flat OVerlook 3 5700 Complnments of Vlrgmla Packing Supply Co Dnvlsaon of Comme ual Servlcas Co Inc 1217 First Street Alexandrua Vlfglnla OVe look 31425 J D GADONAS Pop MODERN UP TO DATE RESTAURANT New Maleshc Cafe 911 KING STREET STEAKS SEAFOOD CHOPS FULI. COURSE DINNERS I I I . O . - I - , I 5 I . , . I 'I --12 'T ll' N., ' - . f f f . 3 , . : : . .- : . . ' 'X 1 y 111 ' ,.., 1.-iffy, -J., I . g1f4.,',',., ' f f V r ri 'i in , r ' Q ',?r , . . . . ' . . .V I . r - . . , r . . , . . . I . I 1' , 7 ' 1 - 1 I ll. . I. 0 COMPLIMENTS OF Cohen Brothers Jewelers Servmg Northern Vurgnnua for Over a Quarter of a Century 1121 and 1123 Kung Street JOHNS BLUE RIBBON SHOE REPAIR 1000 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA VA tq R sto ato o O lo In 35141 n R sh g F s ates Vlrglnlan Upholsterlng op u u e Uphol te g Repa Restyl g Coes dDaee LWILLETT CENTRAL MOTOR CO PACKARD G M C TRUCKS 1201 Oronoco St OV 31500 PETES BARBER SHOP PETE ANDERSON P op Treat Yourself to the Best ARTISTIC HAIR CUTTING 1501 KING ST ALEX Aletlaa Agee CaJ2l'lly 0 lallfe 1508 10 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA PRODUCTION DIRECTOR ALETHA AGEE DANCE DIRECTOR SHIRLEY SMEAK J KENT WHITE ust a Do e c Electrucal Contractors and Engmeers Electrucal Appliances Repalred Llghtmg Fixtures Electrlcal Maternal LIGHT WITH WHITE KI 9 0002 Pho es OV 3 0002 502 Kung Street Alexandrna MEMBER OF NATIONAL ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS ASSOC EACH CLASS GRADUATES WITH A GREATER EXPECTANCY AND HOPE OF THE FUTURE SHIPLEY S LAUNDERETTES easeo dy 3 DAY SHIRT SERVICE 30 MINUTE WASH SERVICE 1 HOUR WASH AND DRY SERVICE COURTESY OF J C PENNEY CO Alexandrzas Mos! Complete Deparfment Siore ONE STOP SHOPPING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY' I Ani ue e r ins Ph ne Ver o - Fur iture ef1ni in or Etim I I Q I , F rnit r s rin , iring, in Slip v r an r p ri s 2205 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia 1 - , r . 1 . ., VA. - Ind rial nd m stl ll ll . - n - . ' ' , Va. rr , ' 1 an I can r y urwork a switl1,.. 7 TURK SAYS ongrafufafiond Smortly Styled Clothes At Lowest Pruces Only at TURKS MEN S SHOP 2402 Mt Vernon Avenue Corner Del Roy Avenue E ONLY N R Y CONKLYN S INC FLORIST 518 S WASHINGTON ST ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA s y nw 9 96112 BRUCE M SANDIN M g JUVENILE BOOTERY HEADQUARTERS FOR OFFICIAL BOY SCOUT GIRL SCOUT SHOES SHIRLINGTON BUSINESS CENTER 2810 so RANDOLPH ST ov 32882 AMANA FOOD PLAN SHIRLINGTON BARBER SHOP AMANA Sfnc1a11 mg 111 Lmlms METROPOLITAN FOOD PLAN dill 225 NOFYH Falffax Sffeel Cfnldnlzs Halnnfs Alexandria Vlrgnnla WE PATRQNIZE YQU xr 9 94000 YOU PATRONIZE US COMPLIMENTS OF C lzurlofff T11 abzfb Muuwn PIANO STUDIO Llilllllltltldl luufnzg WEADON PRINTING SERVICE BEGINNERS ADVANCED STUDENTS LETTERPRESS OFFSET NATIONAL GUILD or PIANO TEACHERS A N Falrfax St King 9 1667 ' I O T H M E ' S S T O R E I N D E L A I 7 l ' ' In Any Even! " a l ith Flowers" Kln - . , ana er and . I . . . l H ' -1 ' Phone n - If I A 1 T A T . . J J .' ' ... O lChairman of Northern Virginia Divisionl ' l ' ' 2 CANNON BALL TRANSIT COMPANY INC EST 1922 :cc NO 94146 GMNQN .syn NO TRANSFER FAST SERVICE EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA LOCAL LONG DISTANCE MOVING COVERING ENTIRE METROPOLITAN AREA Klng 97350 NIGHTS SUNDAYS 81 HOLIDAYS 523 E Wundsor Ave Alex V MEMBER INDEPENDENT MOVERS AND WAREHOUSE ASSN 8- TARIFF , n II Il . . . . . , 45 A ,,., W ,,T., ffQff7" 'Q ..,. , .QE - VW A . f Y . , A I + 4 I 71111 il f 1.1 lr fx - - ' I I . . . ., ca. I 711 ALE XAN D RI NATI O NAL BAN K ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA 'N OIHI 'NORTIIWINI IIRANI II lx 1 XNIJ ROI AI SIHII-IN I-SIRI I'NI'ION IIYIRP Ixlng 90121 Ixlng 94968 AIRI ORT FALII ITN WIPNILNIJ BRANLII NIIIRIII Dl KF SHOPPING CFNII-H Ixlng 9 8108 NUI III V XNIIINI ION 'IRIIHI BKANI II will III WANIIINK ION NIRII I NIAI,' 9 ' lli: Q ' .fl : 'INi..' Q QI"f ', .fL'.'l1." 1 WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT 831 5. .. .W A. I. iq. LOCAL and LONG DISTANCE bmw 1560 N G IC C Cert M64 "WC Mowd Your Grand 61flJt'l'-XVIJ-H' No! You" 400-410 N. COLUMBUS ST. ALEXANDRIA, VA Kung 9-0473 76 CROWDER S TRANSFER 8. STORAGE CO LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING me CRDWDER 5 TRANSFER as sTonAc,E CO 1219 FIRST STREET ALEXANDRIA VA let Us Serve You Your Dairy Products At Your Door Fresh and Pure For Better Health Drunk Better Milk From Vlfglnld Farms Vlrglnla Homes CORINER PITT AND PRINCESS STREETS ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA K g 9 525 To ' Alexandria Dairy Products Co., Inc Phone In -2 In Appreciation Q 3' ff MISS STEWART JONES MISS JONES As this is her last year at G.W., we, the stat? ofthe 1956 "Compass", wish to oFfer to our literary sponsor, Miss Stewart Jones, special recognition. Miss Jones became the literary adviser of the "Compass" in 1950 and due to her tireless ettort and genuine interest while serving as our sponsor, the "Compass" has won many first place ratings in national competition In 1953 and 1954 the annual was awarded the trophy for first place at the Southern Interscholastic Press Assocla TIOI1 To Miss Jones, who has been our friend our guide, and our adviser, we sincerely Ill say Thank you We sing our praises to our school JANUARY GHADUATES GPAVATTE JACKIE 2 A"11ON'011 511101 HANSON NANCY L51 Ht NRY PAT 111 R 14 l LEAN 57 .1 141 FHS JO ANN 1Aw1 R JUIRV ORC LRSHALL NDON TFZLDY 4 ORD JANET 11 FE JOR w1LL1A G OPS! RSYON DAN1 NAN NAN 1 78 POOH SKlP A PULMAN EDWARD S SA RIYNOLDS ONK R1 ENOLJR PAUL HLCKER BOYD NDERSON ED RSON SONN S AN SANDRA LDY JE EFZUNG 5?ONAlD OE OA A JAMIE A9 E5 R llll N 97 PS KEYS AL BALDWIN GORDON lb 5 BARENTINE TONY BARTON ROBERY A BEASH Y CAYOL 115 7 BENIDICY MARY ALlCl 3 BA H BUURAM MAHGARE1 BOPTON lOHN 5 HOURN BUCKY BOWLING BUTY BRANSCON DON1S BRECAR BARBARA BPENNER DANA 9 IO B FRIGKJS ANDY 9 BIUSAK N CANE AR ANN BR wN .1 wx-11 CASTLE CARL CHAMBERLAIN ANN S CHASZAR JUDY I B A IOIT SUSIE O OLLUM lANICl OMPTON JOHNNY OOPER NANCY OOPE 1. 4 9 ZABET 92 00 EL SN ROSE DAM 15 Ruvv URRAN PAY EA B5 URFUE EDWIN Q DAB LSTEEN SUE 0 6 QAMEL Air Q Q .JA 1DSON NANQ PDSON B DAL NANL E ' eu X I Il , . O O a 1 Q7 11 1 130 , 15 ,S A H 1A 1 106 is 10 115 12 as 110 11 , V 11125 1115 ,Q B 11 111 14 19 1 Q 137 HAH cm. its H , OR M 9 :O ' . 14 1 au11:1A.1a ig W' O 1 I3 We YD 8 V 19 'O 14 113 as s 116 1 - ei1.1..e'1 .uvfii 11- Q7 . 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