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

 - Class of 1964

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 tt k tyckock MeocaM lua, k eigwia 'Vckrnne 29 J964 yDC-fodikyib feme bucket enie %tmtU ma jiiU ci icle of! btudent life. Within thebe hattb cfl echge Wabhin ten the intellect ib chatten ect. . . . 9jhc Ubmcmbhifi excel , , . Patience cmct ha utim tc iea i a eumic ln haMzebt. ?The fhitu ie owedtb.The Senior Class of George Washington High School proudly dedicates this edition of its yearbook to Lewis Walker, an integral part of the tradition of GW for sixteen years. He is best known for his high character, personal integrity, and constant cheerfulness. Lewis is a welcome sight to us all. 4SOPHOMORES SENIORS JUNIORS 8 — George Washington High School’s New Principal . . . Graduated from Randolph-Macon in 1922 . . . Taught at Randolph-Macon Academy for Ten Years . . . Taught English and Latin at Herndon High . . . Came to Old Alexandria High School in 1933 . . . Coached Track . . . Cadet Corps at George Mason High . . . Came to GW as Social Studies, English, and Latin Teacher . . . Assistant Principal . . . Faculty Basketball . . . Would Like to Play Tennis . . . Enjoys All Phases of Athletics . . . Particularly Interested in Young People . . . "Young People Keep You Young." Mr. Robert Garner Principal Carol D'Onofrio Senior Day Principal Assistant Principal . . . AA, Stephens College . . . BS, University of Missouri . . . Taught Mathematics in the Senior High School, Hannibal, Missouri . . . came to GW in 1943 - - - main interest —young people . . . "Teenagers, 1 like them” . . . National Association Secondary School Principals . . . Virginia Association Secondary School Principals . . . District "H" Secondary Principals Association . . . National Education Association . . . Virginia Education Association . . . Alexandria Education Association. Mrs. Josephine Tolbert Assistant Principal Ann Doss Senior Day-Assistant Principal First Year as GW's Assistant Principal . . . Attended High School at Youngstown, Ohio . . . Hiram College . . . Eighth Air Force in World War 11 — Flew Out of England, Prisoner-of-War . . . Capitol Airlines for Five Years . . . Started in Alexandria School System in 1954 . . . Taught Physical Education and Science at Jefferson . . . Francis C. Hammond as Algebra Teacher and Coach of JV Football and Baseball . . . Hammond’s Assistant Principal for 2 Years . . . Asked to Serve as Assistant Director of Secondary Education of Alexandria in Math and Science . . . Flies . . . Golfs . . . Bowls. Mr. George Sullivan Assistant Principal John Kemper Senior Day Assistant PrincipalMr. Delbert E. Wilson Guidance, Dept. Head Mrs. Ernestine Allport Guidance Counselor Mr. Clay Estes Guidance Counselor Coach, Varsity Basketball Mrs. Kaye Marcum Guidance Counselor Mrs. Grace McGilvray Guidance Counselor -Sponsor, Student Council Mrs. Margaret Bibb Attendance Office Mrs. Vivian Barton Mrs. Helen HaatvedtMr. Deucalion Gregory English. Dept. Head Co-Sponsor. Student Council Co-Sponsor. Senior Class City Dept. Chairman, English Mrs. Nina Burdette English Mr. Richard England English, Latin Faculty Council Mrs. Eva Borden English. Journalism Sponsor. LITTLE HATCHET Sponsor, SURVEYOR Miss Eleanor Currin English Co-Sponsor, Freshman Class Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald English Miss Love Brcndle English Mrs. Mary Diamond English. Speech Miss Eunice Guill EnglishMrs. Doris Hume English Mrs. Helen Leach English :::■ in Forensic Contest Miss Mary Sheftic Drama. Speech ipc r.sor. Dramatics Club Sponsor. Thespians Miss Mary McKinney English Co-Sponsor, Sophomore Class Mrs. Mary Snider English Superintendent's Advisory Council Co-Sponsor, Senior Class Awards Committee Mr. Deucalion Gregory, Head ... 18 Teachers . . . Supports COMPASS, SURVEYOR, LITTLE HATCHET, Annual Forensic Contest . . . Speech . . . Drama . . . Prose . . . Poetry . . . Oral Ahilities . . . Grammar . . . Compositions . . . Library Books . . . MACBETH . . . JULIUS CAESAR . . . ODYSSEY . . . History of American Literature. Mrs. Blanche Meadows English Co-Sponsor, Junior Class Miss Sylvia Somers English Superintendent's Advisory-Council Prose in Forensic Contest Mrs. Dorothy Thompson English Faculty Council Sponsor, FFAMr. Irving Lindsey Mathematics, Dept. Head Algebra. Solid Geometry, Trigonometry Co-Sponsor, Senior Class Business Sponsor, COMPASS Mrs. Elizabeth Allport Algebra, Geometry Mrs. Katherine Apperson General Math. Geometry Ad Staff Sponsor, COMPASS Remembrance Committee »hat could be so complicated about E3A equals L. PAB equals L. EAB equals . AE3. say Cathy Worley to Chris Adams Sbaroo Durrett and Robert Byrne concern se oo the problem. Mr. William Burruss Algebra, General Math Geometry Coach, Crew Mr. Irving Lindsey. Head ... 12 Teachers ... 5 Years Offered . . . Newest Course — Algebra 5, Mathematical Analysis . . . (Analytical Geometry and Introduction to Calculus) . . . Expanded to Year Course . . . Increased Enrollment in Course—1962-63, 8; 1963-64, 30. Mrs. Elizabeth Gcnung Algebra. General Math Remembrance Committee Mrs. Wapella Houchins Algebra. General Math Cap and Gown Committee Miss Thelma Maddox Algebra, General Math Mrs. Evelyn Monroe Algebra, General Math Mrs. Lillian Sanger Algebra, Geometry School Store Mr. Eugene Truitt Algebra, General Math Geometry Mr. Richard Van Gilder Mathematics Mr. Homer Williams General Math. General Science Sponsor, COMPASSMrs. Ruch Elgin Social Studies Sponsor, Junior Red Cross Miss Grace Patch Social Studies Faculty Council Cap and Gown Committee ' Samuel Campbell Social Studies Caech. JV Football Coach. JV Basketball David Lloyd Social Studies Coach. Track Mrs. Doris Griffin Social Studies Faculty Council Superintendent's Advisory Council Co-Sponsor, Sophomore Class Miss Elisc Scharf Social Studies Co-Sponsor, Junior Class Miss Dolly Callahan Social Studies, Dept. Head Social Studies, Psychology-Sponsor. Debate Club Sponsor, National Honor Society Mr. Richard Barker Social Studies Miss Katheryne Baugh Social Studies Sponsor, World Events Club Mrs. Helen Campbell Social Studies Sponsor, Bible Club Soad SfjjJjM Miss Dolly Callahan, Head .. . 15 Teachers . . . Team Teaching . . . World History . . . World Geography . . . United States Government . . . United States History . . . Virginia History . . . Virginia Government . . . Psychology . . . Time Lines. Atlas Rusty Dawson has the whole world on his finger-tips. Mr. Louis Schreiner Social Studies Coach, Baseball Ass’t. Coach, Freshman Football Mrs. Mercedes Simpson Social Studies Chairman, American Education Week Col. Ellsworth Van Orman Social Studies Superintendent's Advisory Council Chairman, Assembly Committee Mrs. Mary Van Orman Social Studies 15Mr. James Ford Biology Ass'c. Coach. Varsity Football Ass't. Coach. Track Mr. William Hillman Mrs. Betty Shuler Col. Stanley Vosper Science. Dept. Head Biology Biology Chcmistry Co-Sponsor, Senior Class Mr. Homer Williams General Science General Math Sponsor, COMPASS Caught in the act! Mr. Ford is enlarging his knowledge by reading CLASSIC COMIC BOOKS. Mr. Frank Kapriva Chemistry Faculty Council Co-Sponsor, Senior Class Mrs. Mary Moreland Science, Biology Co-Sponsor. Freshman Class Sami Mr. William Hillman, Head ... 10 Teachers . . . General Science . . . Biology . . . Chemistry . . . Physics . . . Chemistry Laboratory ... Annual Science Fair . . . Dynamic Atom Model . . . Workbooks . . . Experiments . . . Microscopes . . . Skeleton. Mr. Jonathan South Chemistry-Physics Miss Lula Whittaker General Science Sponsor, Astronomy Club I Mr. Clarence Wolfe Biology, General Science Sponsor, Freshman Class Sponsor, Biology ClubMrs. Sue Gibson Spanish Miss Alberta Grant — ;uige. Dept. Head French Sponsor. French Club Dept. Chairman Language Mr. Richard England Latin, English Faculty Council Mrs. Clarice Lsnn Spanish Sponsor. Spanish Club Class rings - lafcon booth, sometimes known as the "Lingua Van”, dcso-• t o seconds after the bell. Miss Alberta Grant, Head ... 9 Teachers ... Up to 5 Years Offered . . . New Course — Fifth Year French, Study of Plays, Novels, Short Stories . . . Future Courses — Sprecben Sie Dentscb. Perhaps Russian . . . Language Lab—"Lingua Van”. I Miss Hclyn Bost Latin 1 ponsor. Folk Music Club Mrs. Nancy Floyd French Co-Sponsor. Folk Music Club "Ah-h-h. o-o-o,” croon the students of Miss Grant's fifth period class. Mrs. Paula Moss Spanish Mrs. Miriam Stribling French Co-Sponsor, French Club Miss Isabelle Hall Spanish Sponsor, Spanish Honor Society Mr. Charles Mosson Art, Dept. Head Mrs. Sylvia Blickstein Art Faculty Council Sponsor, Art Club Mr. Charles Mosson, Head . . . 3 Teachers . . . Sponsors Decoration of Homeroom Doors at Christmas . . . Annual Art Carnival . . . Art Appreciation . . . Skills in Art . . . Mr. Downing’s 2 Schools. Feigning to be hard at work, Mr. Mosson's fifth period students put on a good show for our cameraman! 18  Mr. Frank Barr, Head ... 2 Teachers . . . Instrumental Music .. . Singing . . . Music Appreciation . . . "Finian's Rainbow” . . . "Messiah” . . . Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter Assemblies . . . Spring Concert . . . Spaghetti Supper ... Music Clinics .. . Letters . . . Points . . . Ken‘s Violin String . . . "Sit Up Back Row" . . . "Speed Up Tempo” — Especially of Handel's Works . . . Music Club. II I ■w Mr. Frank Barr Music, Dept. Head Band, Girls’ Chorus Music Appreciation Orchestra Sponsor, Music Club 1 Miss Jane Bivens Advanced Girls’ Chorus Boys’ Glee Club, Choir Sponsor, Madrigal Singers ’’Let's hear those melodious tones— Come on, sing out people,” urges Miss Bivens to five of her songbirds. -c -p all kinds of good smells to distract the . - r.-g classes from their studies arc Charlene Mary Bond, Karen Ginn, and Gerri Grotto. Horn Emorna Miss Phyllis Taylor Home Economics, Dept. Head Mrs. Monna Ray Home Economics Sponsor, FHA Miss Phyllis Taylor, Head . . . I Teachers ... 3 Years Offered Lab Assistants . . . Sewing v Civil Defense .. . BUDGETING . . . Nursing . . . Family 1 -jC . . . Cooking . . . Senior tie — Home Management Cocrse. Mrs. Watkins Smith Business. Dept. Head Office Training Clerical Office Practice Co-Sponsor, FBLA jm1m Mrs. Shirley Brosius Nocchand. Shorthand Typing Mrs. Sandra Morrisscttc Bookkeeping. Business Math. Typing Co-Sponsor, FBLA Mrs. Marie Gilmore General Business Typing Faculty Council Mr. Gene Noel Office Training Sponsor. VOT Mrs. Ardith Morris General Business Typing Mrs. Janice Pearis Business Law. Shorthand Typing Faculty Council Mrs. Watkins Smith, Head . .. 12 Teachers ... 6 Typing Classes . . . Clerical Office Practice . . . Notehand ... Experimental Class in Programmed Instruction in Business Math . . . Bookkeeping. Mrs. Ruth Schultz Bookkeeping General Business Sponsor. School Bank Mrs. Beverly Stokes General Business Shorthand, Typing Mrs. Doris Webb Typing Miss Bonita Wilhelm Shorthand, Typing 4r Drury - - : :. - IX Head Mr. Willis Bowman Distributive Education Sponsor, DE Mr. George Grove Woodworking Mr. Thomas Hollis Mechanical Drawing Ruddy Touart, transforms a transformer into a workable object! Will wonders never cease? jrjMmi Edmim Mr. Charles Drury, Head , . . Teachers . . . Servicing and :ng Common Consumer Ckois . . . Graphic Arts . . . - er Mechanics ... Mechanical Z i-» ng . . . Vocational Educa- - •= — Analysis of a Specific Trade. "Mechanical drawing—for the robots! Oh well, just thirty-five minutes more.” a » tor : ao work as Mr. Floyd Mason Industrial Cooperative Training Sponsor, IX) City Dept. Chair. Coop. Train. Programs Mr. Erwin Prickett General Metals General Shop Sponsor, Caduccus Club Mr. Harry Riccr Electricity Coach. JV BaseballMr. Stephen Osisck Mr. Vernon Clarke Physical Education. Dept. Head Physical Education Sponsor. Monogram Club Faculty Council Coach. Varsity Football Coach. Freshman Football Ass't. Coach, JV Basketball Mr. Sam Dixon Mr. Ralph Fox Driver Education Physical Education Intramurals Coach, Hand Wrestling Ass't. Coach, Freshman Football Mr. Robert Green Physical Education Ass't. Coach, Football Miss Carol McKinney-Physical Education Co-Sponsor. GAA Miss Dorothy Osteen Physical Education Sponsor. Pep Committee Co-Sponsor, GAA Mrs. Mary Rogers Physical Education Edmtm Mrs. Patricia Staats Physical Education Sponsor, Cheerleaders Mr. Elmo Stanley Physical Education Golf? Well, not quite . . . Looks more like hockey, perhaps even mayhem!Mr. Albert Doran Director of Health Physical Education and Athletics Alexandria City Public Secondary Schools Mrs. Virginia Carr School Nurse 7kfmi Edmtm Mr. Steve Osisek, Head . . . 11 Teachers . . . Cumulative Health Records . . . Virginia State Physical Fitness Test . . . 600 Yard Walk-run . . . Tip-ups .. . Soccer . .. Archery . . . Modern Dance . . . Danish Gym Team Exhibition . . . Driver Education . . . Co-recreational Program. "You can’t make me stop talking just by putting a thermometer in my mouth.” flirts John Balis to Raelene Colosanto. Miss Carr, in her angelic way, only smiles. Mrs. Mary Seay Librarian Mrs. Nancy Cormier Librarian Mrs. Dorcas Drury Librarian m Mr. Archer Millican Book room "No, you're not supposed to be waving at the pretty girls. You’re supposed to keep your attention on the road!” Take time out in the library. After hours of hard studying, the most refreshing thing is —a NAP. ■■CASHIERS —Mrs. Lacy. Wheeler, Mrs. Siibert, COOKS—Fronc Row: Mrs. Mari noff, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Morrow Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Myers. Mrs. Lef fer, Mrs. Deaner, Mrs. Thorell Second Row: Mrs. Wright, Mrs Redone, Mrs. Moyer, Mrs. Scaf fido, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Davis Mrs. Hollis, Mrs. Lacy, Mrs. Duty Mrs. Siibert. Mrs. Mary Wells Dietician "Yeh, ych! We have french "But we always have the teacher’s tea fries. This school is coming in the cafeteria.” up to date." 24■ 1 TORS—Mr. Archie Powell, Manual Powell, Mr. Paul Mr. David Stamper, Mr. Miller, Mr. Clarence Rob-Mr. Robert Haley, Mr. Bigsbv. Mr. Fred David, ' Elmer Gardner. Mr. Lewis Walker Mr. Elmer Gardner Mrs. Katie Gamble Mrs. Indiana Jackson Mr. Harry Child Building Engineer Mr. William Landrum Night Watchman 2627CAROL DONOFRIO President JOHN KEMPER ANN DOSS Vice-President Secretary Ever watchful of their mischievous wards are the Senior Class Sponsors: Mr. Hillman, Mr. Ka-priva, Mr. Gregory, Mr. Lindsey, and Mrs. Snider. INTRODUCED TO GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH BY JOHN HUTTER IN FRESHMAN-YEAR FILLED OUT FORMS CLASS ELECTIONS FRESHMAN TEA DANCES SOPHOMORE TOY DANCE, FOOD DANCE, BUNNY HOP JUNIOR CLASS TRIP!! JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM HOLLY HOP FOURTEEN DELEGATES TO BOYS AND GIRLS STATE SCAT AND STEP TESTS IT S ACADEMIC! BIG BROTHERS AND SISTERS SENIOR PRIVILEGES SENIOR DAY SENIOR CLASS PLAY COLLEGE BOARDS SENIOR LUNCH LINE NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR SENIOR PROM DIPLOMAS!?! MORTAR BOARDS TRIPPING ON GRADUATION GOWNS! 28$mmf '64 Gm mmM The Queen of Senior Day ’63 was Mrs. Allport, crowned by Mickey Kendrick. : • MELA LEE DINAH FAIRFAX CAR LIE MAJOR •-V - CHRISTIAN wamas roy JAMES SOMMERS 29flu u '64 Gwiuatoi KAREN AAGESON WILLIAM ABBOTT JULES ABRAMSON DONNA ACREE RICHARD ADAMS DORISLEE AKERSCHARLOTTE AREHART CATHERINE ARNOLD MICHAEL ASCH CHN ATI LI IS DAINGERFIF.LD ASHTON ANDREW ATILIIS WAYNE AXTELL DIANE BAILEY ANITA BABB MINNIE BAILEY RUSSELL AXELSON ROZEANNE BAER 31JOHN BAIR KENNETH BAKER JOHN BA LIS SARAH BANKS MARY BALDERSON WALLACE BARNETTE DIANE BARRETT DONALD BARRETT SHARON BARKSDAL 32JEANNE BERNIER SUSAN BIEI.Y 33 TTE BIRCHLER MACK BISHOP DOROTHY BOAZ VICTOR BONFIGLIOLONNIE BOOTH JANE BOUCHER DONALD BOZARTH MARY SUE BUCKNER 34 MARY ALICE BUCK LARRY BUREAUV SAN BL'RGDOFF.R FREDERICK BYRNE MARY CAGLE I- RBARA CALDER EDWIN CALL Scott Wauhop shows off his new up-swept hairdo, while Jeanne Bernier displays the long golden locks which won her the title of Homecoming Queen.JUDY CASH BERNADETTE CASTLE FRANK CHANEY GERALD COBERLY MARY COBERLY RICHARD COKER RAELENE COLASANTO JENNY CONNER SAM CONNER DON COOK ERNEST COOK 36JEAN COOK JOAN COOK MARY CORBIN SANDRA CORNNELL DA COWAN MARY ANN CREMINS SUE CURTIN NANCY CREWS BONNIE DAVENPORT r7 =» « DENNIS DAVIS mtAR DAVIS GARY DAVIS GAYLE DAVIS 37RUSTY DAWSON JUNE DAYMUDE KATHRYN DELIA JAN deWILDE JIMMY DODSON KATHRYN DONOFRIO 38 ANN DOSS MARGARET DOVE RF.BA DOWDY BONNIE DUNCAN-JtON DLRRETT ELIZABETH EARLE NANCY EASTHAM JANE EDWARDS JOHN EVANS GREGORY EMBREY MARGARET ENDICOTT 39MICHAEL EVANS TONI FANCHER SANDRA FEDDON ANNE FANTACI THOMAS D. FITZGERALD PATRICIA FINCH THOMAS F. FITZGERALD TOMMY FLETCHER 40 WILLIAM FORBES JANICE FORTENBERRY SALLY FRAKF.NBERGER SHEILA FRAZIERWAYNE GOMO PHILLIP GRAY MARTIN GRIFFIN SUSAN GRL'ITS 1CAROLE HAAS ANNE HALCOMBE CATHERINE HARACZ JANICE HALL SHIRLEY HAROUTUNIAN ROSE ANN HAIRE RITA HANSBROUGH 42 KAY HARVEY THOMAS HATCH ROBERT HAYDENCLAUDIA HEISKELL JAY HENNESSY SANDRA HERBOUGH STANLEY HICKS DAVID HILL WELLMAN HOFF BARBARA JACOBS DENNIS HOOVER SANDRA HOWARD BARBARA JARRETT DONNA JENKINS 43JEFFERY JOHNSON RICHARD KASHURBA ROBERT KATZ I ' i THOMAS KELLEHER tS JOHN KEMPER : c. 7 MICKEY KENDRICK Three hungry Seniors, Richard Bayliss, Bill Pope, and David McKay take time out from lunch to "ham it up". PAUL RENTES GWEN KICK LIGHTER CHARLOTTE KIDDWILLIAM LEIMBACH KENNETH LEM AY SHARON LEWIS NATALIE LOFTIS RUTH LF.TKIEWICZ LINDA LEWIS SARITA LONDON BURT LOVELESS STEPHEN LUSK 46 DEBBIE LYONS ALETHIA MacCALLUM BRENDA McGOY Patricia McDanielCHARLES McFADDEN DOROTHY McGOWAN ::la McKay MARK McLEAN PATRICIA McNULTY a ii DAVID McKAY a CHARLES MARK ELL EDWARD MARTIN RAYMOND MAXWELL CHARLES MAYNARD 47 What's this, a Christmas part)' in Mrs. Snider’s room? JOHNNY MEADOWS a dii JOHN MEDLIN PHIL MEADE MARY MELLOTT BARBARA MILLS LINDA MILLS CLAUDIA MINGUS JOHN MINTON HARVILEEN MOEBS 48 CHARLES MONTGOMERY LINDA MONTGOMERY SHEILA MOONEY RICHARD MOORELINDA MOYER JOSEPH MURPHY ROBERT MORAN LINDA MORI ARTY’ CAROL MURRAY THOMAS MYERS NANCY NEESE TERRI NEWMARK JOHN OGELSBY DEENA NOVAK LYNN NYBURG 49DAVID PADGETT ALLEN PALMORE MARY PACILIO KAREN OWEN JUDY PAULY DORIS PEARSON 50 CHARLOTTE PHILLIPS RICHARD PHILLIPS JAMES POLLITTWtOVANCE CLINTON QUINN DIANA RABENOLD ERIC RABENOLD PATRICIA RADCLIFFE DIANE RAMEY 51 RICHARD RAO BARBARA REANANCY REMAK STANLEY RINALDO JEAN RISHERT THOMAS RODER,CK ANN ROMESBURG PRISCILLA ROSE SUE ROSE BARNABY RUHE EDWARD RUHE MIKE RUDDERFORTH 52 REBECCA RUMMEL JACQUELINE RUPPERT JOAN RUSSELL. DA RUSSELL diM "70 SAUNDERS UV SEEBORG CAROLINE RUST VICKY SCHOONOVER W NEIL RUSSELL CAROLYN SCHOENWEISS SUSAN SHAFFER . SHOLTIS LINDA SHU EDWARD SILBERHORN LESLIE SCHUMAN 53ELIZABETH SMITH TOM SISSON FREDRIC SLIGHT MIKE SIMOMCH CARL SIMPSON FREDERICK SMOLENSKY JOHN SIPE HARRY SPROUSEN STALVEY FLOYD STANDLEY BETH STANFORD « • • ' STETSON 55 ANN STUKENBROEKER JIM TALBOT W AYNE TANGLAYSHARON TAYLOR JOANN TROBAUGH JANET TRUE BARBARA TANK RICHARD TANSILL PATRICIA TOMLINSON DOTTIE TOUART DOUG TIBBETTS JAMES TREAD 56 DAYNA TUCKER JOANN TURNBULL RICHARD TYNERGEORGE VOUROS MARY VOUROS •MIS WAINDEL WILLIAM WALSH NANCY WATFORD BRUCE VIERUNG JAMES WAUHOP 57 IA WEADON DENNIS WEBB PAULETTE WEDDELLBILLY WILKINS MARGIE WOOD DOUG WOODLEY MARTHA WELLS SUE WILBURN 58 BOGGS WRIGHTKENNY WRIGHT MAY YONEYAMA T'c leaping flames of our traditional bonfire serve as an impelling magnet to all students at George Washington. It is particularly impressive to Seniors for it exemplifies their striving and reaching for the more meaningful things of life. This striving has grown from a broad base composed of the donations of many. LINDA YOUNG 59Aujuti '64 GwJmM, MARTHA CROCKETT Among peals of laughter "Santa Claus” Ford burst upon the Senior class which had gathered to watch skits by the football team. THE LINEUP of the six finalists for best costumes are Bill Pope, Barn-aby Ruhe, Joe Murphy, Mary Corbin, Sandra Christian, and Sue Biely. SUSAN FAIRFAX 60Dressed for a typical day at school arc seniors: Mike Ruddcrforth, Claudia i-ieiskell, Dinah Fairfax, Charlotte Phillips, Richard Tyner, and Rita Hans- b rough. Bruce "Lewis’’ Vierling makes his rounds on Senior Day! RON DA POTTER ELIZABETH SANFORD JOHN GRISHAM RALPH LACY GL'ERITE PULLEYMOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Genic Dunstan Parker Brown MOST ATHLETIC Beth Alexander John KemperWalter Kicchcl Kay Harvey 3r 6465SUSAN TROUP NANCYE LEWIS DAVID DIXON JUNIOR BOARD—Front Row: Polly Blair, Ellen Schaffer, Theresa Yoncyama, Joan Williams, Suzanne Otwcll. Second Row: Betsy Baskin, Phil Howard, Nancyc Lewis, Joy Orndorff, Susan Self, Tom Klatko. Third Row: Buddy King, Gary Crowder, Jerry McConkey, Harvey Littlejohn, Robert Brown, John Baziluik. MRS. MEADOWS, Class Sponsor Sponsors — Mrs. Meadows and Miss Scharf . . . representatives to Boys’ and Girls’ State . . . ("Lower-Upperclassmen!”) . . . class rings . . . Junior Board, Tuesday mornings . . . Class Cards ("Come on, you all! We need 100%!”) . . . dances . . . Class Trip—Williamsburg and Jamestown . . . Junior-Senior Prom in April. MISS SCHARF, Class SponsorJUNIOR BOARD—Front Row: Sue Downs, Carolyn Hicks, Paula Moore, Sandy Embrey, Lois Grade, Ellen Cochrane, Susan Troup. Second Row: Dave Dixon, Louise Dodd, Pam Ludlow, Leslie Nisewarner, Marsha Marcus, Joyce Strum, Vicki Vernon, Dottie Stevens. Third Row: Mike Knoernschild, Charles Sprague, Bruce Patrick, Dale Morris, Ray Gorham, Alan Kidd, Pete Colasanto. FRANCES ANDERSON RICHARD ANDERSON :: m BETTY ATKINS WILLIAM BABER NEIL BACHMAN TERRY BAKER LINDA BANTON ROBERT BARNARD SUSAN BARNES 4 • VET ADKINSON UMES AMOS VIRGINIA ARNETT JOHN ARNOLD PATRICIA BARRY BETSY BASKIN 67CAROL BATCHELLER JOANNE BATES JOHN BAZILUIK SUE ANN BAZILUIK BUDDY BERMAN ARTHUR BETTIS LORETTA BIRCHLER SARA BIRD POLLY BLAIR CAROLE BOOTH SANDRA BOND CONNIE BOWEN HARRY BOWLING BARBARA BRANCH MARY BRECAR WILLIAM BRIDGEMAN ANN BRISKER PHILIP BRINKMAN CAROLYN BROWN ROBERT BROWN SHARON BROWN KENNETH BURNS SHARON BUTLER DUNCAN CAMPBELL MICHAEL CARDONE CHARLES CARLIN FLOYD CARNEY CHARLES CARTER KENNETH CARTER SANDRA CARY 68MARCIA CASSIDY EVELYN CATON BRENDA CHAFFIN r b Greacorex and Pete Colasanto ad-- rc part of GW's tradition — THE HIRD FLOOR LEAK. KAREN CLARK SHIRLEY CLARK PEGG CLARKE KAREN CLARKSON LINDA CLATTERBUCK SUSAN COBB ELLEN COCHRANE LINDA COCKERILLE r COFFMAN ARTHUR COGSWELL PETE COLASANTO III c b CORA LEE COLBERT JENNIE COLEMAN KATHY COMER RICHARD COMISKY ROBERT COOK ROBERT CORNELL CAROLINDA COWLES KATHERINE COX RICHARD CRAMER ROBBY CRADDOCKo £ p MiA t CLARENCE CREWS GARY CROWDER THOMAS DALEHITE BETTY DAVIS GLADYS DEETERS JAMES DAYMUDE ROBERT DEACI.E DELORES DAVIS NOLAN DAWKINS CAROLYN DAYMUDE ROBERTA DELISI.E PAMELA DENIT X • " » BEVERLEY DODSON HOPE DODSON ROBERTA DOMBROSKI JOHN DOUGLAS JEFFREY DOWDY RUSH DIXON GENE DODD LOUISE DODD 70"Hey! The camera's over here!”—but they’re too busy dancing at the Back to School Dance in the gym. PAT DOWNEY NORRIS DOWNS SUE DOWNS JEANNE DRUMMOND DIANE DUSSLER RICHARD EARLY SANDRA EMBREY ft ii 4 DONNA ENNIS ANN EVANS BILL EVANS WINNIE EVANS JO EWALDTHERESA EWING BETTY FERGUSON EUGENE FERGUSON ELIZABETH FINELI.I RICHARD FLORENCE EVELYN FORMANDO EUGENE FOX NANCY FOX JANICE FREDERICK RICHARD FREEMAN ZailMk SHARLIE FREEMAN MARY FRITTER HOWARD FROF.HLICH JEFFERY FROMM RICHARD FUENTES MARY FULWILER LINDA FUTRELLF. GAIL GADDY GUY GARDNER FRANCES GARNER MARIAN GARNER MARILYN GARRETTS ANNIE GARTH RUTH GIBSON MICHAEL GOCKE WILLIAM GOOD JOHN GOODMAN SARAH GORDENRAY GORHAM LOIS GRADE NANCY GRADY ROBERT GREATOREX CHARLOTTE GREEN SHELLEY GREGORY JULIE GRIFFIN MATTIE GRIMES GALE GRIMSLEY CANDY GUTIERREZ BARBARA HALL GLORIA HAMILTON CHERYL HARDESTY MYRA HARLEY LINDA HARLOW MARY HARMON KEN HARNAGE JERRY HATTON DANIEL HAUSER SUSAN HAYDEN JEANNE HAZEL JEANNE HEDDINGS BETSY HERRON PAULA HICKMAN CAROLYN HICKS PAT HIGDON CHARLES HILL SHERRY HILLGWEN HINKLE RODDY HOFFMAN GRETCHEN HOLSINGER JOAN HOWARD PHILIP HOWARD GAIL HUBER FRANK HUMBERT GARY HUNT PAT HYLAND FRANCES JESSF.E ZEFF JETTEN SANDRA JOHANSEN SUSAN JOHNSON DAVID KENNEDY DELORES KERNS PAM KF.RVIN HELEN KIRIAKOW MARY KIRK THOMAS KLATKO MIKE KLINKIEWICZ ALAN KIDD JANE KIEHL BUDDY KING WILLIAM KING 74SHARON KNECHT SYLVIA KNIGHT VIRGINIA KOCUR HARRIET KRETZSCHMAR CLAUDIA LAMPSHIRE LINDA LAPE CAROLYN LAUE PEGGY LAWSON GAIL LEE JOHN LEE JIMMY LEMAY MARSHALL LEWIS NANCYE LEWIS HARVEY LITTLEJOHN BRENT LLOYD l DARLENE LOPATIN PAMELA LUDLOW KATHY LUNCEFORD JULIE LUNDEEN MARGARET McCANTS SHIRLEY McCLEES 75JERRY McCONKEY BARBARA McDonald lucy McDonald JAMES McHUGH MATTHEW mcintosh BARBARA MANEAR MARSHA MARCUS RICHARD MARTIN ROBERT MASON Gwen Jennicr rehearses for the FBLA Talent Show. DONALD MATTHEWS BETTY MAY BONNIE MAYBERRY JULIE MEANS MICHAEL MEEHAN MERIBETH MEIXNER CHARLES MELTON PAUL MILLER RICHARD MILLER SANDRA MILLER STEVEN MILLER JAY MILLS TERRY MILON JANE MOONEY JOHN MOOREPAULA MOORE GRACIELI.A MORENO BEVERLY MORGAN VIRGINIA MORGAN DALE MORRIS RICHARD MORRIS SUSAN MORRISON TERRY MORTON DONNA MOYER BRUCE MUDD WILLIAM MUIR ROSELYNE MULLER LINDA MULLINS HALLIE MUSICK CECILE NAYLOR SUZANNE NEFEDOV LORI NILAND LESLIE NISEWARNER PAT NIXON LUDELL NIZER ELIZABETH NOLAN MICHAEL NOZER THOM O’DWYER JOY ORNDORFF SUZANNE OTWELL JUDY PACK JUNE PALLANT NANCY PALLANT DREW PALLO DEBBY PALMER 77DIANE PALMER JOAN PARKER SUSAN PARSONS BRUCE PATRICK JOE PATTERSON JOHN PATTERSON BONNIE PAYNE LINDA PAYNE DAVE PEN LAND MARY PETTENGILL J r t MARTHA PETITT DOUG PEYTON DONALD PFEIFFER PAT PIPPIN iMdM BARBARA PLANT PAUL PLANT JIM POLLEY JOHN PORTER BILLY POWELL MICHAEL POWELL CINDY PUGH JUD1 PULMAN MAGDONNARADER Few of us ever see it looking like this. 78THOMAS RAMSEY RAYMOND RATCLIFFE ANNE REED FLOYD REEL CHRISTINA RICKER S ft LYNN RIDDLE MARTY RIETZ WAYNE ROACH RAY ROBERTS GREGORY ROMANIAS LINDELL ROSE SALLY ROTH LINDA SAFFF.LLE MARY SAI1TA STUART SAMUELS « li ItI fi JOHN SANDERS SUE SANDERS ELLEN SCHAFFER JOHN SCHOEN1 BERT SCOTT BOB SCOTT DENNY SEAMON SANDRA SEATON RICHARD SHARP PAULA SHAY fs fS a f» p k4 CHRISTINE SHEA GALE SHERRY ANNE SHOTLIFF GARY SILVER V1VI SIMOMCH 79WILLIAM SIMPSON ANNE SMALLING EDWARD SMITH LINDA SNIDER VICKIE SPAULDING SUSAN SPORE CHARLES SPRAGUE JOYCE SPROUSE PAMELA SPROUSE LINDA STANLEY PATTY STANLEY WAYNE STARKEY SARAH STEPHENSON DOROTHY STEVENS JOYCE STRUM SHARON STULTZ CHERYL SUTTON BETH SWARTOUT , PAULA TAYLOE BEATRICE TAYLOR GAYLE TAYLOR ELIZABETH TEASDALE TERI THIBODEAUX KATHERINE THORPE NOR1TA TOLOSA ROBERT TOMLINSON BERNICE TRESSLER SUSAN TROUP ROCHELLE TURK CAROLYN TUTT 80I CHRIS TYLEN DOLORES UNDERWOOD VICKI VERNON FOY WATFORD JESSIE WATSON BRENDA WEAVER RONALD WEAVER PATRICIA WEEMS ADELE WEI DAW MARY WELCH NANCY WELLS KENNETH WHEATON MARGARET W'HITTINGTON SANDRA W'ILKINSON JOAN WILLIAMS PATRICIA WILLIAMS JENNIFER WOLF ROBIN WOODS JAMES X1 DON-CHAR LES YINGLING THERESA YONEYAMA MIKE ZINN 818283BOB FOSTER STEVE BARNETTE Mrs. Griffin and Miss McKinney, Sophomore Sponsors calk over plans for the coming year of activities. Cku o{ '66 PUNKY WOOLLUM PAM WOODSIDE I SOPHOMORE BOARD—From Row: Cindy Himes. Nita Wright. Lynn Garth. Mary Boohcr. Beth Gruits. Second Row: Ronnie Shipc. Pam Tyler. Sherry Croyle, Janie Pfeiff. Toni Marcinkus. Sandy Coffey, Sail) Soles. Maureen Lawson. Third Row: Don Frazer, Sidney Thompson, Mike Erwin. Cullen Jones. Ronnie Harrison. Steve Craddock. Donald DiCicco. Sophomores . . Miss McKinney Mrs. Griffin Service Organization Thanksgiving Ftxxi Dance Bob Poster Parties Election Punky Board Meetings TB Drive Upper-Underclassmen . . Steve Christmas Dance Hard Work . . . Posters Pam Bunny Hop . . . Great Art Ability . . . "Everybody, let’s dance.”CHRIS ADAMS NEALE AINSFIELD AUDREY AKINS CHARLES ALLEN MARSHA ALLEN MARIA ANDERSON MARY ARNETT BARBARA ARTHUR CHARLENE ATHEY MARIE ATTILIIS GERRY AYRES AUDREY BABER SANDY BABER JAMES BAER BEVERLY BAIN SUSAN BAKER PATRICK BANKS STEPHEN BARNETTE EDDIE BASHAM SHIRLEY BATEMAN EVELYN BEALL MICHAEL BENDER JACKIE BERKSTRESSER JON BERNHEIMER KATHY BERNIER DIANE BERRY KATHY BERTA ANDREA BIRRELL KATHERINE BLACKWELL MARY BOOHER LAWRENCE BOOTHE LECY BOWLING CAROL BOW'MAN FRANCES BOYLE NORTON BRAGG MARIE BRAUN JEROME BROOKS JOHN BROOKS Sherry Croyle expostulates statements of encouragement to JV football team! LAURA BAUM BERGER JANET BAXLEY 85GLENN BROWN JUDY BROWN WILLIAM BRYANT VAN BUNCH JOYCE BURCHAM KAREN BURKE CAROL BURNHAM AUBREY BURTON CLAY BUSH BARBARA BYRNE JUDY CARTER DONALD CARTY KENNETH CARYL SUE CASH BILL CASON TERESA CASTILLO CINDY CASTRO VILLO EUGENE CASTROVILLO EDWARD CHIN THOMAS CHINAULT CAROLYN COCKERILLE SANDY COFFEY STEVE COFFMAN GAIL COLE GEORGE CONLON BOBBI CONNELLY DARLENE CONNOR ANN COOK BARBARA COOMBS BETTY COOPER MICHAEL COOPER BEVERLY COPPAGE DENNIS CORDELL SIEVE CRADDOCK JAMES CRICHTON NANCY CROCKETT NICKIE CROGHAM SHERRY CROYLE JACK CUPPLO PAM CVETNICK JOYCE DAKIN RICHARD DALEHITE 86LINDA DAVIS CARR IF DAWSON BARBARA DAY JUDY DEAN PATRICIA DEAVERS LINDA DcHART JOHN DELIA DONALD DICICCO ELINOR DICKSON RONNIE DOBSON LINDA DOWNS SHARYN DULING SAUNDRA DUVALL BRENDA EDWARDS MICHAEL ERWIN PATRICIA ETTER MICHAEL EVANS "Get in tunc," says the poster which Wayne Ritchie. Lynda Snyder, and Sandy Baber put up in the front hall, advertising the Sophomore Food Dance. ROBERT EVANS ANTHONY FANTACI LOUISE FEAGANES MIKE FICKINGER SHERRY FOO LOUISE FORNES VICKI IOSS BOB FOSTER PEGGY FRANCIS DONALD FRAZER PAUL FREDETTE PAT GALLAGHERBRENDA CALLAHAN GAIL GALLAHAN LYNN GARTH TONI GELLNER JUDITH GENTRY JAMES GHOLSON DONNA GILL BONNIE GINN HARRY GOCHENOUR SUSAN GORDON LINDA GORHAM CAROL GRAHAM WAYNE GRANDY NELSON GRAY LILLIAN GREENE TERRY GREENE DIANE GREENSPAN JEAN GRIFFIN BETH GRUITS DIANNA GWIN JOHN HAIRE DENNIS HALL CLAUDETTE HARE CATHY HARINGER RONNIE HARRISON TOMMY HARRISON MARY HARVEY STEVE HASSMAN TOM HAWLEY HERBETTE HAYES JIM HEMEON MAUREEN HENSLEY JAMES HERBERT JAMES HER LICK ALLEN HILE LYNDA HILL CINDY HIMES LIZ HOLLOWAY SANDRA HOOKS BUTCH HORSEMAN BETTY HUDSON JERRY HUDSON 88ROBERT HURT SANDRA HUTCHISON SHARON HUTCHISON THERESA HUTTLINGER KIM IDEUS JUDY JACKSON GWEN JENNIER WILLIAM JOHNSON CULLEN JONES JIM KADY WILLIAM KARAS ALFRED KELLER MICHAEL KELLEY VICTOR KELLEY RALPH KENDRICK ELIZABETH KENNY ELIZABETH KIEFERLE STEPHEN KINNETT RICHARD KLONOWSKI KRISTINA KLUGH DONNA KNAPP PEGGY KNOERNSCHILD JOAN KOZEL ISABELLE KREBS STEPHEN LABATTE MARGIE LA PE MAUREEN LAWSON KATHY LEAVENS BETTY LESS DAVID LIGGIO RONDA LINDSAY SHERRI LONDON DAVID LONGFELLOW GREG LOONEY JANE LUCAS CHARLES LUMPKIN MARY LUMPKIN CONNIE MacCALLUM SHAWN Me A LEA DEBORAH McCarthy ADRIENNE McCONNELL JOANNA MeGOWAN jane McIntosh sandy McIntosh MICHAEL MeNULTY LOUIS MACKALLSophomore class members including Nita Wright, Sally Soles, Mike Erwin, and Steve Craddock file envelopes for the TB Drive, with the assistance of Miss McKin- ney. KAREN MAKI TONI MARCINKUS CAROLYN MARKS LINDA MARSH RICHARD MATTOX PATRICK MAWYER MARSHA MAXWELL CLAUDE MAYO TIM MEADOWS KAREN MEDLIN HERBERT MESSER SUSAN MILES BEVERLY MILLER FRANK MILLER JON MILLER JOAN MILTON LARRY MOFFETT STELLA MORA MARGARET MORON SANDY MORRIS JOSEPH MOTON GWENDOLYN MULLINS DARLENE MYERS ELLEN NALLS KAREN NEFF BILLIE NEWBY WILLIAM NEWCOMB JAY NEWMAN JUDY NEWMAN LANI NOVAK 90WILLARD NYBURG SUSAN O'NEIL DORIS O'NEIL BENITA ORSINI CHARLES OTTO JAMES OWENS DARLENE PACK DEBORAH PAUL MARGARET PAYNE IRENE PEARSON WILLIAM PERKINS MARSHA PERRY CATHERINE PETERSON PATRICIA PETTIT MARGIE PFEIFF MARY PFEIFF SONDRA PHILLIPS RODDY PITTA KATHLEEN POKORSKI JAMES POLK RICHARD POOLE JOSEPH POPADEN CHARLIE POWERS ROGER PREUSSER KATHY PRISAZNICK LYNN PURDY JIMMY QUINN ELLEN RAMSEY LINDA RAY CHRIS REAVES LINDA REID WILLIAM RENNER TONI RENZI BRUCE REYNOLDS MARY RHODES NEIL RICKER LANA RIDDLE WAYNE RITCHIE MARIE ROBERTSON PATRICIA ROBINSON FRED RUBRIGHT SHARON RUPPERT JANET RUSSELL MATINIA SAKELL FRED SALZINGER LINDA SAMPSON LINDA SANDERSON 91tiki SANDY SCAFFIDO CHRISTINA SCHLAG WESLEY SCHMIDT KAREN SCHETZLER NORMA SCRIPTURE GARY SEAMON CAROL SEDBF.RRY WARD SEGRIST MARVIN SETTLE MYRON SHAFER RONNIE SHIPE JOANN SILLIMAN MARION SIMPSON BRYAN SINCLAIR ROBERT SLATE SUSAN SLAYMAKER BERT SMITH JOHN SMITH LINDA SMITH NOVELLA SMITH STUART SMITH WAYNE SMITH LYNDA SNYDER SALLY SOLES FLOYD SPICER WENDY SPILLAN SANDRA SPROUSE MILDRED STEELE DALE STEWART SHARON STINNETTE GENE STOVALL MICHAEL SUAREZ KATHLEEN SUPRISE PAUL SUPRISE LINDA SUTTON SUZANNE SWANELL RONALD SWANEY SHERRY SWEENEY BOB SWEENEY NANCY LEE THACKER NANCY LOUISE THACKER MICHAEL THOMAS SHARON TRUE RUSTY TRUSEDALE ANN TRULY VANCE TUCKER LINDA TYLER PAMELA TYLER 92I MARLENE ULBRIGHT GERRI VALOIS LINDA VAN REUTH RONALD VAN SISE FRANK VARGA JANET VICIAN GREGORY WALTHALL STEVE WANNALL DANNY WARD JOSEPH WARREN KYLE WARREN MARY WATFORD DONNY WEBSTER WILLIAM WEBSTER CAROLINE WEDDING BRENDA WELCH "Louie, Louie,” sings Bob Foster, as he dances at the Sophomore Food Dance. u n dk a.- r dtk L BARBARA WHITE SUSAN WILKS PATRICIA WILLIAMSON LARRY WILSON CHARLOTTE WOLFFORD PAMELA WOODSIDE I PUNKY WOOLLUM MARY WORLEY AGUANITA WRIGHT STEPHEN YUHASZ CARL ZUIDEMA BILL YATES ROBERT YATES ROBERT YEDNOCK9495Miss Currin Mrs. Moreland I ClaM oh '61 Freshman September 3 Big Sister and Big Brother Election of Officers Handbook . . . Sponsors: Miss Currin and Mrs. Moreland . . . Class Dues . . . SCAT and STEP Tests . . . Back to School Dance ... 530 Underclassmen. "The excitement and chaos of September 3!” "Two steps to your right, Steve, is the elevator. It will take you right to the swimming pool!” directs John Lawrence to Steve Miller."It may take two to tango but it takes three books to get into my locker,” fusses Carol Sompayrac. "Last name first,” says Steve Barnette and Ann Doss to Freshmen Connie Reamy and Frank Kay. Joyce Nelson Secretary Kenny Smith President Ronnie Barnett Vice-President Cathy Fulwiler Treasurer 97HOMEROOM 132 —From Row: Robin Sutton, Sharon Ann Bander. Sandra K. West. Susan Griffin. Maria Strickland. Sarah Sweeney, Nancy Harris, Shelley Anderson. Repina Ortenzi. Second Row: George Beck. Moira Killelea, Mary Jane Hatton. Nancy Boice, Cynthia Hutzcl. Thana Colan-tuoni. Peggy Mercer, Ann Stewart. David Hemphill. Third Row: Mr. England. Lawrence Wayland, Mark Dugan. Claude Raymond Williams. Tommy Spencer. Mike DeLauder. Bill Boner. Jimmy Burns, Robert Moeller. David Posey, Danny Gray. HOM EROOM 130 — Front Row: Joanne Wenderoth. Patricia Schlag, Deborah Maness, Marjorie Amanda Kidd, Cathy Fulwiler, Mary Schlag. Second Row: Cands Brittain, Diane Riley, Linda Paul, Ellen Sanders. June Hicks, Emma Lou Goodrich. Third Row: Mrs. Ray, Za-nic Vernon, Eileen Bras-seur, Cathy Jones, Terry Proctor.HOMEROOM 133 —Front Row: Viola Starkey, Joanna Zuidema, Jane Miller, Joyce Nelson. Ruth Salzingcr, Lynn Markin. Mary Jane Edwards. Diane Kershner, Peggy Gochenour. Second Row: Barbara A. Senger, Gretchen O’Connor, Jackie H u g h a r t, Melva Nizer, Sharon Miller. Marie Patrick. Jean Howells, Phyllis Wells. Third Row: Mrs. Gibson, William Michael Combs, Wayne Maki, Ricky Reckcr, Sunny Murphy, Ronnie Wagner, Bert Ag-ncr. Joe Kiehl, Tommy Self. HOMEROOM 135 —Front Row: W endy Wood side. Cynthia Ingram. Sandy Student. Jan Young. Caro! Sompayrac. Marie Dicker-son. Dianne E 1 i i abeth Smith. Eula Teasdalc. s.c-ond Row: Ted Field. Ginger Fulwiler. Thelma Proctor. Judy Powell. Sand;. Shaw, Jenny B u r g vs aid. Francie Kluckhohn. Joyce Morgan. Mike Johnson. Third Row: Mrs. Flosd. Jimmy Slisinski. Frank L Quinn. Lee Millcttc, Richard Gardfincr. Ralph Shirey. Bob Grimes. Charles Hayward, John Boyd. Albert Howard. Donald Van Devcndcr.HOMEROOM 142 — Front Row: Connie Martin, Susan Siliiman, Donna Rexodc. Valeric Rives, Linda Ni-land, Kathy Radcliffc, Mary Robinson, Karen Roberts. Second Row: Steve Harold. Geoffrey Tillman, Sharon Thaxton, Lela E. Mose, Darlene Cardwell, Nancy Ha-routunian, Sallie Griffin. Wayne Scott, Robert Andrews. Third Row: Mrs. Burdette, Bruce Tanguay, Harvey Williams, Stuart Smith, Steve Sprague, Danny Haney. Steve Miller, Robert Wallace. HOMEROOM 136— Front Row: Linda Mellin, Bonnie McCalcb. Elsie West, Sevel-la Dent, Linda Black, Stef-anie Annicchiarico, Betsy Land, Kitty Comer. Second Row: Tom Garrett. Connie Lanham, Stephanie Boaz. Cathy Hooper, Sharon Pitta rd, Melissa Spore. Donna Roach. Bonnie Renshaw, Scott Rogers. Third Row: Mrs. Moss. Chris Kelley, Danny Jefferson, M a r v i n McClanahan. Garfield Wilkinson, John Puddy, Carl Burba, Joel Cohen, John Haydukiwecz, Bryon Wald-man.HOMEROOM 143 —Front Row: Joana Twojay, Karen Yockcy, Linda Baker, Virginia Herron, Linda Cooper. Dana Pettit, Paula Miller. Second Row: Rodger Blevins, Eugene Wolfrcy, Dak-Peed. Carolyn Polk. Sharon Baber, Bill Nungester. David Rogers. Third Row: Mr. Bryan. Jack Peek, Gary Beavers, Ralph Daugherty, Ronnie Lindsay, Charles Allen. Jeff Coleman. Robert Simmons. Hcrschel Lee. HOMEROOM 226—Front Row: Elaine Good. Ginns Biscoe. Brenda Howard. Patty Hylcr. Linda Hutchison, Betts Nixon. Jear.ic Padgett. Carolyn Humph ries. Second Row: Da id Dowell, Dwight McMaster Kathleen Schilling. Carol Nunnally, Bonnie Griffith. Diane Rhodes. Karen Ginn. Philip Rich. Robert Moss. Third Row: Miss Currin. Bob Hicks, Nick Lampshire. Frank Del Champ. Bill I lodges. Steve Alexander. Ralph Barnett. Terry Hart-soe, Frank Reedy. Robin Read.HOMEROOM 250—Front Row: Mary Kathleen Price, Susan Tindcll. Linda Coble, Nancy MacBride, Pamela Lee Johnson, Mary Etter, Bonnie Martin. Hazel Gtrr. Second Row: Linda Olds, Wanda McCullen, Beverly Jo Branch. Pat Ritter, Carolyn Melton, Sandy Annette Combs, Margaret Graham. Mary Pittman. Third Row: Mr. Wolfe, John Tyner, David Morris, Bob Willis, Gary Moore. Steve Dillon, Oren Peterson. Brent Hill, Scooter Husbands, Saffan Andolsun. HOMEROOM 236 —Front Row: Lorna Langford, Marianne Jctten, Sheila Foote, Alice Cordell. Marria Eise-man, Sharon Lynn Burns, Patricia Miller. Second Row: Steve Cox, Billy Patterson, Linda Harriman. Susan Nass, Sharon Gail Burns. Dennis Moore, John Edwards. Third Row: Mrs. Van Orman, David Hess, Alan Griggs, David Reed, Richard Bowen, Melvin Meadows, Ron Miller, Charles Lyons.HOMEROOM 240 — Front Row: Sherrie Neal. Jane Coleman, Debbie Almond, Audrey Kiser. Nellie Fox-well. Fat Adams. Karen Hansbrough, Virginia Dom-broski. Second Row: Robert Adams. Sharlcnc Johnson. Nancy Bear. Patricia Wolff. Kathy Exner, Cindy Lavin-us. Jane Epperley, Betti Griffith, Dennis Hicks. Third Row: Mrs. Diamond. M. J. Collins. Henry Saunders. Mike McConchic, Ronnie Barnette, Wayne Lewis, Carl McClay. HOMEROOM 312 —Front Row: Jean Meredith, Helen McKay. Patty Johnson. Geraldine Burke, Linda Trum-ble, Laura McMenamin, Joan Swartz. Second Row: Charles Sumner. Barbara Smyrnow, Sue McGuinn, Lynn Allison. Barbara Fanning. Bonnie Comer. Jacque Hill. Mary Callahan, Bob Thorp. Third Row: Mrs. Houchins, Cecil Starkey. Bill Stoner, Robert Jones, Donald Lee Schuler, George Lord. Tommy Jones, John T ruesdale. Lambert Kite. William C. DeWalt. HOMEROOM 315 — Front Row: Jean Pearson, Robin Harhaugh, Jackie Alexander, Jeanne Costello, Mary Bond, Sharon Shifflett, Janice Stone. Second Row: Steve Sholtis. Steve Miller, Barbara Halpcr, J ea n n c Fones, Charlotte Gee, De-lores Clark, Linda Knoppel, Derek Roy, Charles Nelson. Third Row: Mr. Burruss, Dickie Hawes, Jim Dooley, Wayne Settle. Ron Barefoot, Bob Weaver, Larry Troxcll, Mike Valois. HOMEROOM 325 —Front Row: Dianna Jordan, Linda Funkhouse, Janet Wilburn, Rebecca Woods, Linda Underwood. Rosemary Morgan. Second Row: Michael Kentes, Billy Joe Redmond. George Patterson, Diane Linda Robey, Mary Ann Suthard. Bob Hood, Billy Wilburn, Frank Kay. Third Row: Miss Whittaker. Paul Fricklcton, David Gibson, Bobby Vipperman, Daryl Daughtrey. James Lee Berry, Herbert Thomas, Pete Baska. IHOMEROOM 340 — From Row: Diana Thodos, Gloria Weeks, Mary Ellen Wood-ley. Jacky Bernier, Sara Flesher, Gloria Mae Dickson. Second Row: Nealy Woods, Susan Clancy, Desiree Weidaw, Susan Wheaton. Sucllcn Ridgely, Mildred Conner. Third Row: Mr. McClurg, Ronnie Hensley. Rodney Vernon, Vincent Hitt, Rick MacLeod. Steven Sutton, Austin Bradford Cordell Schmidt, Steven Pugh. HOMEROOM 332 — Front Row: Jane Fox. Becky Mon-zuk. Ann Sylverstein, Sandie Klusman. Victoria Marie Cooper. Peggy A. Harman. Peggy Burnley. Second Row: Larry Taylor. Laurie Woodland. Linda Downey. Paula Lee. Brenda Hile. Kathryn Rees. Jonnic Rus-kin. Third Row: Mrs. Moreland, Phillip Harriman. William Cherry. Ronnie B r o a d t. Charles Walker. Grafton Harris. Tim Bvrnc. Larry Caldwell. Bob Hughes.HOMEROOM SHOP 1C — Front Row: Pat I.unccford. Margaret Earle. Patricia Brooks. Alice Bullraan, Linda Barnwell, Diane Williams. Debbie Wilson. Sharon Duncan. Second Row: Karen Goldchien, Judy Davis. Christina Conlon, Debbie Saunders, Lynn Mason. Alice Mitchell, Dorothy Pippin, Barbara Brackens, Joyce Cornell. Third Row: Miss McKinney, Karen Vicrling, Stacy Pcay, Irene Duerr, Pat Bennett, Dolly Price, Lynn Feeney, Betty Bazzle, Louise Taylor, Patty Crozier. HOMEROOM SHOP 2 — Front Row: Alan Altizer, David Yemington, Raymond Hubbard. Stanley R. Vosper, Kenny Smith. Steve Gockc. Tony Heislcy. Second Row: Jay C. Gregory. Kenneth Hutchson. Dennis Logan, Bill Rhodes. John Meehan, David Evans. Bill Sutton. Third Row: Mr. Hollis, Bill Ashby, Bob Shaffer, Marty Marinoff, Doug Erwin, William Dunbar.HOMEROOM SHOP 6 — Front Row: Jim Smith. Walter Harris. Duane Me-Master, Felix Tolosa, Butch Sihold. Kenny Rice. Second Row: Allen Meadows, Charles Williams, Calvin Thorpe, Charles Kclminsky, Preston Knapp, Toby Morris, Mike Haynes. Third Row: Mr. Barker, Mike Norton. Larry Greenwood. Robert Graumann. Leonard Kicklighter. Donald Moffitt, lohn Renzi, William A. Roy. HOMEROOM SHOP 9 — Front Row: Timothy Willis, Ricky Evans, Robert O'Connor, George Parker, Patrick Meehan, John Hall, Bill Me-Clurg. Second Row: Harry Studds, Bobby Taylor, Donald Aitcheson, Tom Couples, James Wayland, Michael Harman, Alan McCoy, Alan Raymond Mercer. Third Row: Mr. Grove, John Frcne, Ronnie Clark, Chris Bcckner, Charles Kidd, Michael Slopcr, Mike Rad-diffe, Kenny Blundon.108109WALTER KIECHEL President KATHY D’ONOFRIO 1st Vice-President BILL POPE 2nd Vice-President SUSAN TROUP Secretary-T reasurer MRS. McGILVRAY Sponsor MR. GREGORY Sponsor Stu kni towwl What government is the best? That which teaches us to govern ourselves.—Goethe . . . 316-fifth period . . . Walter— President . . . Student monitors . . . Pep rallies . . . Promotes self-responsibility in the Student Body . . . Kathy—first Vice-President . . . Freshman orientation . . . Teachers’ Tea . . . Executive committee . . . Bill . . . Pep tags . . . Danish gymnasts . . . Student directories . . . Honor-Discipline Committee . . . EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE—Front Row: Carol D'Onofrio, Kathy D’Onofrio, Susan Troup. Second Row: Bill Pope, Walter Kicchcl, Alan Kidd, Punky Woolum. HONOR-DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE — Front Row: Sue Cobb, Susan Troup, Kathy D’Onofrio. Second Row: Steve Barnette, Walter Kicchcl, Bill Pope, Fred Slight.SENIORS—Front Row: Janet True. Kay Harvey, Gail Silverstein. Cathy Picillio. Janet Wilburn, Reha Dowdy, Jay Hennessy, Anne Stukenhroeker, Beth Stanford. Second Row: Jeanne Bernier, Nancy Eastham, Kay Sccborg, Barbara Stover, Gayle Davis, Beth Alexander, Genie Dunstan, Mary Ann Crcmins, Sheila Mooney. Third Row: Bobby Hughes, Angus Lamond. Dick Tansill. Jan dcWildc. Parker Brown, Winkie Barnette, Chuck Alba. John Balis. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES AND ALTERNATES . . . elected from each homeroom . .. responsibility .. . Kathy presides . . . foreign-exchange student . . . meetings, meetings, meetings . . . Senior priviledges??? . . . SCA-Facuity basketball game . . . Cream of the crop. RESUMES': Front Row: Ruth Salzingcr, Linda Coberly, Betty Nickson, Wendy Woodsidc. Second Row: Jane Hughes, Susan Griffin, Betsy Land, Bonnie Comer. David Hemphill. Third Row: Lee Millcttc. Billy Combs, Michael Harman, John Trusdale, Alan McCoy. Bryan Waldman. Ill JUNIORS—Front Row: Sylvia Knight, Nancyc Lewis. Sue Sander. Sandy Embrcy, Paula Moore. Betsy Herron. Second Row: Suzanne Otwcll. Claudia Lampshire. Pat Nixon, Jessie Watson. Louise Dodd. Mary Saitta. Sandy Miller. Third Row: Donnie Pficffer, Bruce Patrick, Jack Johnson, John Goodman, Thom O'Dwyer, Jeanne Hcddings. SOPHOMORES — Front Row: Sharon Stinette. Jackie Berk-stresser, Sandy Baber, Francis Boyle, Susan Gordon. Second Row: Pat Robinson, Janet Baxley, Judy Brown, Gwen Jennier. Lynn Purdy. Third Row: Patrick Moyer, Shawn MacLca. Keith Diamond, Tom Hawley, Greg Reamy.Tfy’ tomuM Nothing great was ever accomplished without enthusiasm.—Emerson . . . Promotes pep and enthusiasm in all student activities . . . Lynn . . . Card section . . . Victory signs . . Rah Sunshine Boys . . . Ruhe twins . . . Victory scroll . . . '‘We’re Prexies born and . . Sunshinettes. TRI-CHAIRMEN: Barnaby Ruhe Lynn Nyburg Edward Ruhe PEP COMMITTEE—Front Row: Judy Pauly, Ann Bear. Mcribcth Meixncr, Mary Robinson, Joan Swartz, Debbie Almond, Connie Martin, Bonnie Martin, Maureen Lawson. Ruth Salzingcr, Susi Slaymaker, Jacky Bernier, Jane Fox. Betsy Herron, Jan Young, Teri Thibodeaux, Valeric Rives. Theresa Yoncyama. Jane Coleman. Second Row: Anne Smalling, Pam Ludlow, Sue McGuinn, Carolyn Melton. Carolyn Polk, Linda Hcrriman, Jay Hcnncssy, Richard Tyner, Kitty Gibson, Eric Rabenold, Kay Sccborg, David Hill, Bob Sparks, Thom O'Dwyer, Julie Means. Third Row: Jon Goodman, May Yoncyama. Steve Hassmcr. Eric Butz. Sheila Foote, Jeanic Padgett. Melissa Spore. Ginnic Dorn-broski. Sue Cobb. Susan Griffin, Maria Strickland, Jeanne Hcddings, Anne Reed, Susie Downs, Matenia Sakcll, Jane McIntosh. Karen Aagcson. Fourth Row: Ricky Nyburg. Janice Frederick, Ann Doss. Alan Kidd. Kathy D'Onofrio. Shirley Haroutunian, Barbara Plant. Helen McKay, Peggy Gochcnoor, David Hunnicutt, Carol D'Onofrio, George Vouros, John Trucsdalc. Cathie Haracz. Jeannic Anderson. Ellen Cochrans . Claudia Lampshire. Irene Ducrr, Pat Bennett. GROUNDS COMMITTEE—Front Row: Jay Hcnncssy. Anne Stukcnbroekcr. Second Row: Nancye Lewis, Margaret Kretzschemar. Third Row: Dorislcc Akers, Harriet Krctz-Schcmar. Fourth Row: Marilyn Garrett. Giomk tomuM A thing of beauty is a joy forever. — Keats . . . Wages war on the beasties . . . Jay . . . "Keep off our lovely grass!!!!” . . . Weejie beasts ... Anne .. . Poster parties—hmmmmm . . . Bubble beasties . . . Doesn’t like to have its picture taken ! ! ! CO-CHAIRMEN: Jay Hennessy Anne Stukenbroeker'Em] i - G di State, 1 pledge allegiance to the flag . . . . July, '63 . . . Five A.M. exercises . Lectures, lectures, and more lectures . . Governor Harrison . . . Party caucus . . . Campaigns . . . Elections ... 9 boys ... 6 girls . . . Governor’s Ball . . Hmmmmmmm . . . Lots of tuna fish . . Uneventful trip home??????? . . . What a week! DELEGATES TO GIRLS—BOYS’ STATE — Front Row: Kay Harvey, Diana Rabenold, Carol D Onofrio, John Kemper, Tom Roderick, Walter v.echcl. Second Row: Beth Alexander, Kathy D Onofrio, Barbara Jarrctt, Angus Lamond, Parker Brown, Fred Slight, John Lawrence, Dick Tansill.PARKER BROWN ANNE President STUKENBROEKER Vice-President ALISON WHITE Secretary DIANA RABENOLD Treasurer MISS CALLAHAN Sponsor DORISLEE AKERS LONNIE BOOTH BEA BUCHANAN JENNY CONNOR JAN deWILDI- SUSAN GRU1TS Q. uull mi 'Join Iron sharpens iron; scholar, the scholar. —the Talmud . . . Parker—President . . . 92 average or better . . . Valentine Dance in November????? . . . Initiation in February . . . Shining gold pins . . . Miss Callahan . . . GW's intellectuals . . . Stukey—Vice-President . . . "Aren’t we smart!!!!” ICNAL, 7 Aik At BOB KATZ WALTER KIECHEL pat McNulty Barbara tank Guy Gardner and Desiree Wcidaw buy their tickets to the Quill and Palm Valentine Dance from Barbara Tank. 114MRS. BORDEN Sponsor BOGGS WRIGHT President GENIE DUNSTAN Vice-President Editor, Prophecy MAY YONEYAMA Secretary-Treasurer JANE BOUCHER Editor, Last Will Qwtll mi Soiotl Talent alone cannot make a writer. There =u$t be a man behind the book.—Ralph Waldo Emerson . . . National Literary Honor Society . . . President — Henry 3: ggs Wright . . . Publishes Prophecy and Last Will and Testament for Senior Cass . . . Mrs. Borden. STEVE LUSK TOM MYERS BARNABY RUHE KAY SEEBORG G. W.’s literary masterpieces climb up the ladder of success. Extolling their merits arc: Phil Gray. Editor of the Lillie Hatchet; Steve Lusk, and Boggs Wright, Co-Editors of the Surveyor; Genie Dunstan and Jane Boucher, Co-Editors of the Compass. PHILIP GRAY RICHARD HARRIS WALTER KIECHELBEA BUCHANAN MARY ANN CAROL Treasurer CREMINS DONOFRIO Secretary Vice-President BETSY BASKIN SUE BOOTH JANET COFFMAN JAN deWILDE MISS HALL President Sponsor Sfmak Horn Soaeti A man who does not know foreign languages is ignorant of his own.—Goethe . . . One and a half years of Espanol . . . B average ... An opportunity to speak Spanish informally . . . Spanish assembly . . . Christmas party . . . Jan—el presidente . . . "Habla Vd. Espanol, senor?” BONNIE DAVENPORT MARY LOU DOZZEN LOUISE DODD KATHY D ONOFRIO JANE EDWARDS GALE GRIMSLEY CANDY GUTIERREZ GARY HUNT CAROLINE JACKSON DONNA JENKINS BONNIE MAYBERRY CAROL MURRAY CECILE NAYLOR ANNE REED SALLY ROTH KAY SEEBORG PATTY WEEMS WARREN WEIMER MAY YONEYAMA 116MISS SHEFTIC Sponsor JAN deWILDE President WALTER BARNABY RUHE EDWARD RL’HE KIECHEL All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players— William Shakespeare . . . Jan—President . . . Finian and his Rainbow . . . Project!!!” ... Miss Sheftic—Sponsor . . . J.B. . . . Dramatic Honor Society . . . the "elite” . . . Oldtimers graduate in ’64 . . . Points, points, points . . . Small but potent. THOM O'DWYER Vice-President BILL POPE BARBARA Secreatary-Trcasurer JARRETT We are id lhat is all our answer. Wc arc ai.d what wc arc can suffer. But . . . What suffers loves. 117ELIZABETH TEASDALE Faculty Editor 4 CHARLOTTE RITA GREEN HANSBROUGH Faculty Editor Senior Editor DOTT1E POLLY BLAIR LOIS STEVENS Sophomore Editor GRADE Junior Editor Freshman Editor BETH ALEXANDER Activities Editor BOB KATZ Sports Editor SUSAN SHAFFER Picture Editor KEN HARNAGE Photographer WELLMAN HOFF Photographer BETH STANFORD Typist RODDY HOFFMAN Art Editor JANET COFFMAN Activities Assistant JESSIE WATSON Picture Assistant The COMPASS staff discusses the 1964 yearbook with Mr. Perry of Hunter Publishing Company. Here the staff is choosing the colors for the binding.MR WILLIAMS MR. LINDSEY MRS. APPERSON Sponsor Business Sponsor Ad Sponsor GENIE DUNSTAN Editor JANE BOUCHER Editor Gm rn StaJj There is no book so bad but something good may be found in it.—Cervantes . . . Fifth period . . . Lay-outs . . . Deadlines . . . ' Quiet! !!!!”... Dummy copies . . . Parties?—Are you kidding?? . . . Sponsored by Mr. Williams . . . Genic and Jane . . . Room 312 .. . Copy, captions, IDs . . . Snaps . . . "Hurry it! !” ... A pass to— . . . We need more time ... In the red—us???? . . . Ad Staff—Mrs. Apperson ... In charge of finances—Mr. Lindsey . . . "Have you seen my little dummies?". ADVERTISING STAFF — Fronc Row: Deena Novak, Gail Hu her, Nancy Fox. Second Row: Shirley llaroutunian, Elizabeth Fine Hi. Patty Weems. Third Row: Nancy Haroutunian, Barbara Jacobs. Fourth Row: Cathie Haracz, Liz Earle. Nancy Eastham. Fifth Row: Susan Bicly, Jeanne Anderson. Nancyc Lewis. Sixth Row: Suzanne Otwcll, John Lawrence. Beth Stanford. BUSINESS STAFF — Front Row: Bill Leim-bach. Betsy Herron, Eric Rabcnold. Second Row: David Hill.STEVE LUSK Editor BOGGS WRIGHT Editor MRS. BORDEN Sponsor MAY YONEYAMA News Editor Sma ot S 4 Here shall the Press and the People’s might maintain, unawed by influence and unbribed by gain.—Joseph Story . . . Second period . . . Steve and Boggs .. . Prexie Peeps ... Deadline —tomorrow??? . . . About Faces . . . "How many picas in this column??” . .. Mrs. Borden . . . Headaches . . . Anacin . . . "Wouldn’t you like to subscribe to the SURVEYOR????? . . . Sports Scope . . . Shop Six . . . Close competitor of the GAZETTE. ANNE FANTACI Feature Editor RICHARD TYNER Sports Editor REPORTERS — Ginny Herron. Cynthia Hutzcl. Melissa nitvrcocicin Spore. Nancy Haroutunian, Steve Lusk. John Goodman, UAJINUtKrltLU Bob Barnard, John Lawrence, Hallie Musick, Carolyn ASHTON Schoenweiss. Dcsi Wcidaw, Betty Bern. Art Editor DAVID McKAY News Assistant BETSY HERRON Editorial Assistant SHIRLEY HAROUTUNIAN Feature Assistant KAREN CLARKE Advertising Manager JOHN GOODMAN Copy Editor VICTOR KELLY Photographer 1 RVEYOR PRINT STAFF—Kenny Bradfield, Richard Harris, Jerry Cobcrly. SURVEYOR LITERARY STAFF — Steve Lusk, Anne Fantaci, Richard Tyner, Boggs Wright, John Goodman, Betsy Herron, May Yoncyama. SURVEYOR PAGE EDITORS—Shirley Haroutunian. Mary Jarrett, David Hill, Pam Ludlow, Steve Lusk, Jeanne Heddings, David McKay. Betsv Herron, May Yoneyama. 121JAN deWILDE Art Editor BARNABY RUHE Make-up Editor PAM LUDLOW Assistant Make-up Editor CORA COLBERT Exchange Editor HALLIE MUSICK Non-Fiction Editor MRS. BORDEN Sponsor NANCY GRADY Fiction Editor ANNE BRINKER Poetry Editor PHILIP GRAY DIANA RABENOLD Editor Assistant Editor JjHk Literature is an avenue of glory, ever open for those ingenious men who are deprived of honors or of wealth.—D’Israeli . . . Literary magazine . . . Joint effort of English, Art, and Printing Departments . . . Winter and Spring issues . . . Patrons, patrons . . . Mrs. Borden—sponsor . . . Stories . . . "Please send in more of your literary masterpieces!!!” . . . First period . . . Purpose—To stimulate greater interest in the literary and artistic endeavors of GW students . . . Nobel Prize efforts. Little Hatchet Literary Staff — Kneeling: Anne Urinker, Barnaby Ruhe. Standing: Hallic Muiick, Diana Rabcnold, Cora Colbert, Pamela Ludlow, Nancy Grady. 122A dual lecture is given on the superb quality of the Hjtcbet by Cora Colbert and Nancy Grady.FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS— Jeanne Bernier, P u b i c i t y Chairman; Nancyc Lewis, Vice-President; Diana Rabe-nold, Secretary. MISS GRANT Sponsor MAY YONEYAMA President imk dub Ye sons of France, awake to glory! — Rouget de Lisle . . . Third Tuesdays . . . Field trip to Georgetown University . . . May is president . . . To acquaint the members with more of the civilization and culture of France . . . Miss Grant and Mrs. Stribling, sponsors . . . Luncheon at a French restaurant. "Un. deux, trois, all ready, march!!!”. Members of the French Club line up in parade formation. Suzanne Otwell, Lani Novak. Fourth Row: Phil Howard, Suzanne Nevcdof, Susan Morrison. Pat Williamson. FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS—Front Row: Anne Brinker, Sheila Frazier. Second Row: Nancye Lewis, Julie Griffin, Norma Scripture. Third Row: Cora Colbert, Alison White, Pitsea Schremp,JAN deWILDE President MRS. LYNN Sponsor Sfmuk Club There's a castle in Spain, very charming to see.—John Godfrey Saxe . . . Must have taken un aTTo of Spanish . . . Meetings on first Tuesday . . . Fun ... A means of investigating the Spanish culture . . . Largest language club . . . Mrs. Lynn—sponsor . . . Movies . . . Spanish Assembly . . . Jan—president. Steve Havener seems to be thoroughly enjoying his part in the Spanish Club play with Liz Earle. Gary Hunt just watches, wishing it were he. SPANISH CLUB MEM-BF.RS—Front Row: Mary Lou Dokkcn, Cheryl Sutton, Anne Fantaci, Liz Earle, Shirley Haroutunian. Second Row: Jan deWilde, Jane Boucher, Steve Hass-mer. Cathy Haringcr, Gary Hunt. Third Row: Tiny Meadows. Dale Morris.THOM O’DWYER MISS SHEFTIC President Sponsor IbwMiia (M The play’s the thing—Shakespeare . . . Meets on the first and third Monday of each month . . . Miss Sheftic—Sponsor . . . Finian’s Rainbow . . . Combined efforts of Music and Dramatics Departments . . . Choreography—Mrs. Staats . . . Bob Barnard—Finian . . . Elizabeth Ashley—guest speaker . . . Barefoot in the Park . . . Scenery . . . Props . . . Lights . . . J.B. . . . Night rehearsals . . . Field trip to see Stop the World, I Want to Get Off . . . Proceeds from J.B. to go to foreign exchange student program. MEMBERS—Front Row: May Yoncyama, Ann Brinker, Kitty Gibson, Anne Halcombe, Suzanne Nefedov, Gerry Ayres, Betsy Herron, Kathy Worley, Adele Weidaw. Second Row: Melissa Spore, jean McDougal. Cynthia Hutzel, Stcff Boaz, Barbara Jarrctt, Ginny Herron, Karen Vicrling, Janice Frederick. Reba Dowdy, Sally Sue Roth. Third Row: Jane Boucher, Mary Jarrctt, Bob Barnard, Richard Tyner, Ricky Nyburg, Desi Weidaw, Neil Russell. 127 The fourth tragedy to befall ?. B. takes his wealth and t'r.- !:•= of his last child. God spares his wife, Sara, only that she m--leave him later.CJWWML A song will outlive all sermons in the memory.— Giles . . . Advanced Girls’, second period . . . Freshman Girls’, fifth period . . . Performances . . . Boys’ Chorus, first period . . . What a way to start the day . . . To promote music within the school . . . Double Girls’ Chorus . . . Quiet! BOYS CHORUS — Front Row: Greg Romanian Tommy Self, James Selby, Bobby Thorp, Cecil Starkey, Gene Dodd, Bill Cason. Second Row: David Morris, Timmy Burns, Jules Abramson, Eddie Bashum, Bill Peyton, Ken Wright, Joe Murphy, Bill Powell. Third Row: Carl Simpson, Jim Lawrence, Ronnie Strickland, Ray Gorham, Jeff Dowdy, Eddie Keller, Pat Moyer, Toby Keeler. ADVANCED GIRLS' CHORUS —Front Row: Barbara Tank. Barbara Plant. Lucy McDonald, Janet True, Mary Saitta. Second Row: Helen Compos. Donna Jenkins, Peggy Francis, Catherine Dean, Ann Brinkcr, Lecy Bowling. Third Row: Mary Boohcr, Irene Pearson, Gloria Hamilton, Stella Mora, Pam Moubry, Kathy Lunccford, Ruth Gibson, Nancyc Lewis. Fourth Row: Linda Smith, Bonnie Davenport, Dcbby Palmer, Vicky Schoonover. Ellen Schaffer, Joni Parker, Charlotte Wolfford, Wendy Spillan. Fifth Row: Anita Babb, Sharon Mier, Paula Taylor, Bonnie Mayberry, Liz Earle, Ruby Woolls, Linda Saffelle.FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS —Front Row: Kitty Comer. Frances Hughes, Janie Miller, Wendy Woodside. Lynda Olds, Karen Roberts, Shelley Anderson, Nancy Mac-Bride, Jean Pearson, Diane Williams, Cindy Inqrano, Lindsey Mankin, Janice Stone, Jo Branch. Becky Woods, Wanda McCullen. Second Row: Pat Crozicr, Kathleen Schilling, Donna Roach, Jane Coleman, Brenda Howard. Linda Baker, Catherine Jones, Linda Underwood, Mary Jane Hatton. Carol Nunnally, Carolyn Patterson, Sharon Burns, Kathleen Tierney, Mary Ellen Woodley. Betts Nixon. Betty Bazzle. Third Row: Debbie Saunders. Jant Epperley, Carolyn Polk, Judith Powell. Jeanne Costello. Steff Boaz, Lela Mose. Cynthia llutzcl. Louise Taylor. Sheila Foote. Sharon Miller, Diane Robey. Ginny Herron. Paula Miller, Linda Hutchison, Susan Griffin. GIRLS'CHORUS—Front Row: Cheryl Sutton, Ellen Cochrane, Jeanne Drummond, Joni Williams, Chris Tylen, Sylvia Knight, Sharon True. Second Row: Linda Marsh, Barbara Calder, Joan Cook, Lillian Greene, Connie Bowen. Gail Lee, Susan Morrison. Third Row: Carolyn Tutt, Lynn Kidd, Alma Cameron, Linda Gorham, Paula Moore, Dottic Stevens, Annie Garth. Fourth Row: Nancy Wells. Ginny Kocur, Linda Mills, Linda Montgomery, Jean Cook, Diane Palmer, Novella Smith. Fifth Row: Caroline Wedding, Lynda Snyder, Diane Berry, Pam Sprouse, Sally Soles, Peggy Lawson, Meribcth Mcixncr. Sixth Row: Brenda Chaffin, Pam Stoner, Carol Blackwell, Sandra Schilling, Jeannette Connor, Nancy Thacker, Patty Pettit. Seventh Row: Nina Breeden, Sandy Morse, Linda Tyler, Linda Harlow. Sharon Stultz, Judy Pack, Darlene Pack. Eighth Row: Judy Brown, Sandi C. Hooks, Barbara Coombs, Sandy Johansen, Marsha Allen, Jean Harley, Cindy Castrovillo. Ninth Row: Cheryl Shepherd, Judy Jackson, Ellen Ramsey, Lynn Purdy, Janie Twine, Doris Pearson, Jackie Hodges. Tenth Row: Lynda Mason, Claudia Mingus, Sarah Gordcn. Dottic Touart, Annie Seay, Cindy Pugh, Judy Dean. Eleventh Row: Nancy E. Nccsc, Janice Hall, Maria Weadon. 129 •9 MISS BIVENS CHOIR—From Row: Matcnia Sakcll, Sue Booth, Lani Novak, Gale Sherry, Phil Howard, Steve Miller, Bruce Tanguay, Pete Peterson, Ken Lemay. Carol Haas, Sandy Cary, Janet Coffman. Susan Parsons, Gale Huber. Second Row: Sherri Croyle, Tcri Thibeaux, Claudia Lampshire, Sarah Banks, Rose Haire, Jim Pollitf, Neil Russell. Danny Ward, Dave Huni- cult, Carolyn Hicks, Mary Balderson, Joan Howard, Gale Grimsley, Marge Kretzschmar, Bea Buchanan. Third Row: Rose Marie Phillips, Mary Corbin, Marie Whitington, Marilyn Garrctte, Duncan Campbell, Rick Ellis. Ed Ruhe, Jack Carney, George Vouros, Gwen Jennicr, Charlotte Green, Brenda Edwards, Terry Morton. Director BEA BUCHANAN President Music is the universal language of mankind,—Longfellow . . . Do-Re-Mi . . . Dante's Inferno . . . Choir robes????? . . . Senate trip with Slowpokes . . . Bitty Bea . . . Third Period . . . District Choral Festival . . . All-State ... To provide the school with a performing group of vocal musicians . . . Vivian’s Rainbow . . . Assemblies . . . Madrigals ... A new name—Choir . . . "Get in your seats.” "Jk dm MADRIGAL SINGERS—Front Row: Rose Marie Phillips. Marge Kretzschmar, Sarah Banks. George Vouros. Second Row: Gale Grimsley. Charlotte Green, Dave Hunicutt. Third Row: Susan Parsons, Mary Corbin, Pete Peterson, Janet Coffman. Mary Balderson. Fourth Row: Jim Pollitt, Neil Russell. ALLSTATE CHORUS—First Row: Rose Ann Haire. Charlotte Green. Second Row: Sarah Banks, Pete Peterson. Mary Balderson. Third Row: Jim Pollitt. David Hunnicutt, Neil Russell, Jack Carney.MR. BARR Director Without music life would be a mistake.—Nietzsche . . . GW’s Philharmonic . . . Meets third period . . . Vivian's Rainbow . . . Scores . . . Violins . . . Participated in the instrumental Festival . . . Played??? the Messiah at Christmas . . . Mr. Barr is director . . . Commencement . . . Exercises at Graduation. ORCHESTRA STRINGS — First Row: Julie Griffin, Kenny Carter. Dorislee Akers. Jean Griffin. Bill Simpson. Second Row: Dale Stewart. Susan Johnson, Frances Jesse. Mary Vouros. Betsi Land. Linda Downey, Gerry Hodges, Louise Dodd. Third Row: Ann Stewart, Sally Griffin. David Baber, Pat McNulty, Roger Potter, Gerry Ayres, Karen Aageson. ORCHESTRA WINDS—First Row: Robin Read, Alison White. Liz Earle, Nancy llaroutunian. Second Row: Bobby Moeller, Jack Peclc. Norton Bragg. Donald Dur-kee, Marie Patrick. Third Row: Mary Alice Buck, Nick Lampshire, Allen Hilc, Mike Asch. David Hemphill, Boh Katz. Fourth Row: Harvey Littlejohn, Tommy Attillis.The great trumpeters of GW’s Band sound off with dulcc tones. They are: Don Durkee, Richard Florence, Norton Bragg, and Ricky Miller. Mary Alice Buck waits patiently for the next song title from Mr. Barr. BAND—First Row: Alison White, Beth Alexander. Second Row: Jeff Fromm, Bobby Moeller, Jack Peelc, Becky Rummel. Marie Patrick, Robert Willis. Third Row: Sally Roth. Sharon Burns. James Dooley, Margaret Graham. Fourth Row: Barbara Mancar, Charles Allen. John Conner, John Lentz, Laurie Woodland. Mary Alice Buck. Binky Smith. Bruce Reynolds, Nick Lampshire, Linda Stanley, Carolyn Daymude. Ludell Nizer. Fifth Row: Ned Davis, Dennis Moore. Robert Winkler, Gene Castrovillo, Tommy Attiliis, Dave Penland, Joe Tucker.OFFICERS: Dale Morris, Vice President; Mary Alice Buck, Secretary; Harvey Littlejohn, President. MR. BARR, Director HARVEY LITTLEJOHN, President Sam 'Sutd Music has charms to soothe the savage beast.—Branston . . . Brrrr —Cold marching . . . Mr. Barr, director . . . Cool first period . . . Pep assemblies ... Drum major— Harvey . . . Taped for WPIK . . . Grade I at festival . . . Beatles???? . . . Christmas concert . . . Great bass section? ... Outstanding clarinets . . . Johns. BAND—First Row: Delores Underwood. Robin Read, Nancy -i.routunian. Second Row: Charles Adams, Harvey Littlejohn, Steve Alexander. Scooter Husbands, Clarke Forkcl, Nolan Dawkins, Third Row: Felix 'I'ulosa, Bill Diaz, Mark McLean, Ronnie Shipe, bert Hicks, Donald Durkee, Richard Florence, Norton Bragg, Dale Morris. Ricky Miller. Fourth Row: Richard Hasscmer. Allen Hile, Stephen Hassmer. Paul Harrup, Aubrey Burton. Bobby Moss. Dickie deWilde, David Hemphill, Mike Asch, Warren Weimer. Bob Katz.They have measured many a mile.— Love's Labour's Lost . . . Twirlers . . . Pom poms .. . New Uniforms—hurrah!!!! . . . Integral part of the Band?? . . . Halftime Shows ... Football games . .. Routine in F.B.L.A. Talent Show . . . Hard work . . . Batons . . . Marching . . . Purpose—to enable interested girls to become proficient in skills needed by majorettes . . . Parades . . . Mr. Barr. POM POM GIRLS—Bonnie Mayberry. June Daymudc, Jackie Ruppcrt. Carolyn Tutt, Betty Ferguson, Jcannie Hazel, Majorie Wood, Carolyn Daymudc. DEBBY SAUNDERS FRANCES JESSE SHIRLEY CLARK SANDY MILLER 134Honor is purchas’d by the deeds we do; . . . honor is not won, until some honorable deed be done.—Marlowe . . . Varsity letters, hmm . . . Sporty . . . Really organized!!?? . . . Annual banquet. .. Sponsored by Mr. Osisck . . . Chooses Homecoming Queen . . . Basketball . . . Letter sweaters . . . Track . . . Flipper. Bruce, John . . . "Promotes interest and participation in sports.” . . . WOW!!!!!!! VC N'OGRAM CLUB OFFICERS—Boh Mason. Vice-President; Bruce :r.-3g. Secretary; John Kemper, President. MONOGRAM CLUB—First Row: Joe Murphy, Winkie Barnette. Dan Provance, John Balis, Angus Lamond. Second Row: Chuck Alha, Doug Tibbetts, AI Palmore. Third Row: Richard Early, Boh Mason. Bill Lawson. Phil Gray, Steve llarriman. Fourth Row: Pete Colasanto, Wayne Tanguay, Gary Crowder, Gary Silver, Dave Dixon, Ray Roberts. Fifth Row: Richie Comisky, Allen Lackey, Tommy Hatch, Ted Saunders, Mickey Kendrick. Bruce Patrick. Donnie Pfeiffer, Fred Slight, Don Kicffcr, John Medlin. John Kemper. Sixth Row: Eddie Keller. Barnaby Ruhc, Edward Ruhc, Eric Rahcnold, Floyd Standlcy, Alan Kidd, Don Matthews. Bob Seeborg. Jerry Brooks. Seventh Row: Jim Hemeon, Woody Hoff. Richard Tyner. Steve Miller, Warren Wcimer, Wesley Bcdrick.MRS. STAATS Sponsor MISS ZACHARY Sponsor CtmJmim Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm; it moves stones, it charms brutes.—Bulwer-Lytton . . . PEP unlimited . . . Try-outs . . . ooooh . . . Pom poms . . . Megaphones . . . "On G. W.” . . . Pep rallies . . . Kay, Beth, Becky . . . Mums —mmmmm . . . Thanksgiving breakfast at Sandy’s . . . W-L game . . . "We re on T. V.!!” . . . Football banquet . . . Team letters . . . Changed basketball uniforms—at last! . . . Christmas party at Beth’s . . . "What do you want? VICTORY!!! JV CHEERLEADERS—Front Row: Anne Truly, F.Iaine Fromm. Second Row: Audrey Kiser, Pam Wood side. Third Row: Peggy Francis, Sherry Croyle. Missing: Diane Gwin.BECKY RUMMELL Head Cheerleader— Basketball SANDY EMBREY SARA BIRD BETH SWARTOUT VARSITY CHEERLEADERS—Sandy Embrcy, Becky Rummcl, Polly Blair. Beth Swartout, Kay Harvey, Beth Alexander. KAY HARVEY Head Cheerleader— ■football BETH ALEXANDER Head Cheerleader— Basketball POLLY BLAIR138139MISS OSTEEN Sponsor SUE COBB President G. A. A. OFFICERS — Gwen Jennier, Vice-President; Sharon Brown, Point-Recorder; Sue Cobb, President. 6. A. A. It is a poor sport that is not worth the candle.—George Herbert. . . Girl’s Athletic Association . . . Bowling at Rinaldi’s , . . Strike!!! . . . Miss Osteen, sponsor . . . Points, points . . . Pins . . . Sweatshirts . . . Tuesdays and Thursdays . . . Gym . . . Christmas party at Sue’s . . . Purpose—to promote athletics among the female students .. . Basketball. .. S-1B . . . Fun! fun!! G.A.A. MEMBERS — Front Row: Jcannie Padgett. Patricia McDaniel. Terry Milon, Joana Twojay, Carol Som-payrac, Jan Young, Ruth Salzingcr. Second Row: Bonnie Martin, Kathy Bernier, Mary Ettcr, Irene Gelman, Ruth Letkiewicz, Peggy Ennis. Third Row: Margaret Endicott, Mary Robinson. Linda Underwood. Bobbie Dombroski, Elizabeth Mitchell, Linda Payne. Fourth Row: Gwen Jennier, Barbara Fanning. Karen Vierling. Ginnic Dombroski, Peggy Gocheaour, Lani Novak. Fifth Row: Sharon Brown, Maria Strickland, Betsy Land, Sue Cobb, Susan Griffin. Sixth Row: Joyce Lynn Burcham. Cathy Haringcr, Sharon Kit-tard, Linda Trumblc. Seventh Row: Betty Atkins, Connie Martin.MEMBERS—Front Row: Marge Krctzschmar, Harriet Kretzsch, “ar. Mary Jarrett, Barbara Plant. Second Row: Teri Thibodeaux. ?. berta Domroski, Mary Watford, Nancy Watford. Third Row: l.'.en Cochrane, Cynthia Hutzel, Sally Griffin, Ann Stuken -foeker. Suzanne Otwell, Jane Boucher. Fourth Row: Howard -•foefalick, Pat McNulty, Diana Rabenold, Doris Akers, Elizabeth .v.efcrlc. Marty Yingling. Fifth Row: Steve Hassmcr, Harvilccn Moebs, Hallic Mustek, Debby Palmer, Genie Dunstan, Boggs Wright. Sixth Row: Parker Brown, Bob Barnard, Julie Griffin, n dc Wilde, Robert Moeller, Brent Lloyd. WoM 8mU (M The world is a beautiful book, but of little use to him who cannot read it.—Goldone . . . Debates . . . Really up on it!! ... Miss Baugh is the sponsor . . . News . . . Field trip to the State Department . . . Current affairs . . . United Nations contest in January . . . Heated discussions . . . Meetings every other Thursday . . . Panama situation . . . Cyprus . . . 206 . . . "No fist fights, please!” . . . Intelligent discussions. “he World Events’ officers placidly wait as the world passes by. counterclockwise they are Ann Stukenbroeker. Parker Brown, Julie Griffin. Martin Yingling, Dorislcc Akers, and Nancy Watford. World Events members prepare to leave on their field trip to the State Department. They are Cynthia Hutzcl. Hallic Mustek, Mary Watford. Nancy Watford, and Wes Schmidt. MlMISS WHITTAKER Sponsor BOGGS WRIGHT President No star is ever lost we once have seen.—Adelaide Proctor . . . Constellations . . . Hmmmmmm . . . Meetings every second Tuesday . . . Angus Lamond shows Dick Tansil, Jules Abramson, and Bobbie Dombroski how the solar system works. Telescopes . . . Miss Whitaker, sponsor . . . Annual science fair . . . Maybe an astronaut??? . . . President —Boggs . . . 325 . . . Heavenly!!! OFFICERS—Mis Whittaker, Sponsor; Boggs Wright, President; Jim Pollitt, Secretary-Treasurer; Bobbie Dombroski. Vice-President. MEMBERS—Front Row: Jules Abramson, Matinia Sakcll, Ginnie Dombroski, Barbara Fanning, Jeffrey Fromm, Jennie Ruskin. Second Row: Doug Erwin, Wesley II. Schmidt, Jr., Jim Xidon. Lloyd Schecr, Arthur Cogswell. David Hill, Brent Lloyd. Third Row: Vance Tucker, Burt Loveless, Victor J. Kelley, John Lawrence, Dick Tansill. 142pat McNulty President MR. HILLMAN Sponsor Sami CM Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of our science.—Emerson . . . Bugs . . . Beetles . . . Sponsor, Mr. Hillman . . . Botany . . . Guest speakers . . . Wow, what meetings! . . . Microscopes . . . Experiments—he careful, it might blow up . . . Most scientific . . . Flora and fauna . . . Young scientists . . . President, Pat McNaulty . . . Broken test tubes. The Science Club is ready for an hin,; from microscopes to oscilloscopes. Science Club officers arc -tan. Ann Stukcnbrocker, Nulty. Eric Rabcnold. Genie Dun-Harvilcen Mocbs. Fat Mc- 'IENCE CLUB MEMBERS—Front Row: Ann Stukcnbrocker. Julie Lundeen, arrict Kretzschmar. Genie Dunstan, Harvilcen Mocbs. Second Row: Pam n— U .M„l(v Eric Rabcnold. M3Members of the Art Club listen to guest speaker Mrs. Costegian as she explains some of the finer points of art. MEMBERS—Left Column: Jonnic Ruskin, Jen Lucas. Julie Means. Margaret Moran. Vicki Foss, Mike Ruddenforth. Jan deWilde. Right Column: Regina Ortcnzi. Anne Halcombe, Kyle Warren. Liz Earle, Chris Baseler, Cora Lee Colbert. Nancy Grady. MRS. BLICKSTE1N JAN deWILDF Sponsor President fid CM Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. — Henry Ward Beecher . . . Lines, dots, circles . . . Modern . . . Visit National Art Gallery and other galleries . . . Caricatures . . . 3-Dimensions . . . Have meetings on first Wednesday of month . . . Clay ... A mess ... To further the understanding and appreciation of art . . . Art Fair in the spring . . . OFFICERS—Front Row: Mike Ruddcrforth, Sargear.t-it-Arms; Anne Halcombe. Secretary. Second Row: Nano Grady, Vice-President; Jan deWilde. President. MRS. CAMPBELL Sponsor 'Bihk (M The Bible is a window in this prison-world, through which we may look into eternity.—Dwight . . . Friday mornings . . . Discussions on religion . . . 200-C . . . Bonnie Davenport—president . . . Singing . . . Mrs. Campbell—sponsor . . . Studies the Bible ... To witness to others through faith, hope, love, and charity. 3IBLE CLl B OFFICERS— RoseAnne Hairc, Vice-President; Bonnie Davenport. President. The English Bible—a book which, if everything else in our language should perish, would alone suffice to show (he whole extent of its beauty and power.—Macaulay. BIBLE CLUB MEMBERS—Front Row: Bonnie Davenport. June Daymude, Judy Pauly. Second Row: RoseAnne Haire. Sharon Burns, Bea Ann Buchanan. Third Row: Norma Scripture. Carey Dawson. Gail Grimsley. Fourth Row: Philip Howard. Nancy Harper.77. A To know how to suggest is the great art of teaching.—Amiel . . . Have a coffee hour for teachers . . . Future Teachers of America . . . Members get points for helping teachers, person with the most points at the end of the year receives a prize . . . "To further knowledge and interest in the teaching profession” . . . White elephant sale held within the club . . . Field trip to Longwood. MEMBERS — First Row: Patty Weems, Anne Smaliing, Vivi Simonich, Nancy Harper. Second Row: Sharon Durrett, Carolyn Schocnwciss, Charlotte Wolfford. Third Row: Margaret Kretz-schmar, Betty Ferguson, Harriet Krctzschmar, Charlotte Green. Fourth Row: Maureen Lawson, Janet Vician, Bonnie Davenport, Bet Buchanan. MRS. THOMPSON Sponsor BEA BUCHANAN President ojj 'Iwd Ji6mt( Ceremony on November 17, 1963 at 4:00 PM ... A portrait of Mr. Pruet unveiled by Mrs. Pruct . . . Mr. Gorman C. Ridgeley, Chairman of the Alexandria City School Board, presided at dedication . . . An address was given by Miss Mary Helen Mahar, Coordinator of School Library Services for the United States Office of Education . . . Portrait may be observed in the library. 146 Mrs. Cormier, Mrs. Drury, and Mrs. Seay admire the fine portrait of Mr. Pruet. 1MRS. RAY Sponsor ELIZABETH TEASDALE President OFFICERS—Susan Wilkes. Treasurer, Anne Smalling. Historian; Mattie Grimes, Secretary; Elizabeth Tcasdale, President; Sue Downs, Vice-President. For the whole world, without a native home. Is nothing but a prison of larger room.—Cowley . . . Future Homemakers of America . . . Mrs. Ray, Sponsor . . . Field trip to the White House . . . Must have had one year of home-making . . . Receive honorary degrees for helping in the club and its activities . . . Sponsors Bak-A-Thon . . . Yum-um-um ... A chapter of the Mary Washington Federation . . . This year’s program to help drop-outs . . . Sponsored a Spring Fashion Show . . . To further an interest in home economics and good family relations and to promote international good will. "Mmmmm . . . yummy!” says Barbara Smith. "Think of all the good smells and the fun I'll have eating it later!" FHA MEMBERS—Front Row: Pam Kcrvin, Paula Lee, Nancy Harper, Sandra West. Second Row: Ellen Sanders, Gcrri Valoisc, Barbara White, Emma Goodrich. Third Row: Eula Tcasdale, Carol Graham. 147OFFICERS—Front Row: Carol Murray. Second Row: Linda Lewis. Lynn Kidd. Third Row: Sharon Durrctt, Kathryn D'Elia, Cameron Nolan. FBLA MEMBERS—Front Row: Carol Murray, Sue Downs. Second Row: Kathryn D'Elia, Christina Ricker, Sandy Miller, Donna Acree. Third Row: Linda Young. Sandra Herbough, June Daymude, Margaret Endicott. Fourth Row: Catherine Peter-son, Lynn Kidd. Linda Lewis, Nancy Harper. Fifth Row: Maria D'Elia, Jeanette Connor, Betty Cooper, Cameron Nolan. Sixth Row: Gloria Kinzer, Sharon Durrctt, Mary Pacilio, Helen Compos. J.'Z.l.A Business is the salt of life.—Thomas Fuller .. . Future Business Leaders of America .. . Meets second and fourth Wednesdays . . . Attends State Convention . . . Sponsors F.B.L.A. Talent Show . . . Purpose—To assist competent young men and women in establishing themselves in the business world . . . Gwen, President . . . Float in the Turkey Day Parade . . . Advisor, Mrs. Smith. The FBLA Talent Show brought to light the talent of many a future musician.r.? D ( ROSS MEMBERS— Front Row: Mcrihcth Meixncr, Pat Selling. Susi ia maker. Second Row: Linda Young, Caroline Wedding, Joel Cohen, Dianne (.'ook. Third Row: Roberta Dombroski. Lynda Hill, Sharon Burns. : jrth Row: Edward Ruhe, Peggy Gochenour, Sallie Griffin. Sue Downs. • •th Row: David Evans. Charlotte Green. Sally Sue Roth. Sixth Row: Evelyn Beall. Thana Colantuoni. Pitsea Schremp, Sheila Foote. Club KAY SEEBORG MRS. ELGIN President Sponsor Hd Caou Club Prevention is better than cure.—Erasmus . . . Representative and alternate from each homeroom . . . Purpose is to aid and assist our Red Cross Chapter . . . Clara Barton . . . Usually meets twice monthly . . . Sponsor—Mrs. Elgin ... Encourages students to become members of the National Red Cross . . . Distributes the Red Cross Journal. Speech is power: speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel.—Emerson . . . Debates Monday nights . . . 318 . . . Resolved: That social security benefits should be extended to include complete medical care . . . George Washington University Tournament . . . Richmond Debate Tournament . . . Varsity affirmative—Parker Brown, Bob Katz . . . Varsity negative—Jan deWilde, Vic Bonfiglio . . . Eight debates in Northern Virginia Tournament . . . Serves as preparation for public speaking. DEBATE MEMBERS— First Row: Edward Ruhc. Mike McClin-lock, Dick deWilde. Joel Cohen. Second Row: Parker Brown. Bob Kaiz, Margaret Pajne, Hallie Musick. Vic Bonfiglio, Tom Soltys.Teddy Lai! lends Dr. Frank a helping hand with his young patient. Charlotte Phillips finds out what it means to be a proof operator at Higgs National Bank. Carol Sholtis beams radiantly at the observers of the Turkey Day Parade. The young man in the barber chair looks rather doubtful as he gets a haircut from Denny Sca-mon of the Alexandria Barber Academy. At the Capitol Beauty Institute, I.inda Lape discovers the art of beautifying the American woman. D. O. CLUB OFFICERS—Front Row: Sharon Lewis, Treasurer; Gayle Davis. President; Claudia Hciskcll, Vice-President; Paulette Weddell, Secretary. Second Row; Natalie Loftis. Parliamentarian; Sandra Seaton, Chaplain; Charlotte Phillips. Reporter. Third Row: Richard Kashurba, Ass’t. Treasurer; Ernest Collins, Sergcant-at-Arms. 150D. O. MEMBERS—Front Row: Lindcll Rose, Jennifer Wolfe, Barbara Mills, Dorothy Boar, Betty Lanning. Second Row: Natalie Loftis, Sandra Seaton, Charlotte Phillips, Paulette Weddell, Sharon Lewis, Carol Sholtis. Third Row: David Martin. Jerry Crippcn Ernest Collins. James Shearer, Ernest Cook. Harry Brenner. Danns Provance, Gayle Davis, Shelia Mooney. 2 .0. Old I like work; it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours.—Jerome . . . Diversified Occupations . . . Work half a day . . . W-L parade float ... 16 or over ... Ice skating . . . Work . . . Bowling . . . Work . . . Room 140 . . . Carol Sholtis—D. O. queen . . . Service and trade occupations . . . Friday mornings . . . Mr. Mason, sponsor . . . Springtime picnic ... A part of the Industrial Cooperative Training classes . . . Become a barber, telephone op- MASON GAVL1 DV erator, dental assistant, etc. . . . Sponsor President D. O. MEMBERS—Front Row: Pat Golladay, Teddy Lail. Linda Lapc. Tricva Peay, Sharon Stone, Sandra Strickland. Second Row: Douglas Canard, John Baziluik, James Armstrong, Wade Crabill. Sammy Conner. Third Row: Charles Maynard, Richard Wedded Denny Scamon, Richard Kashurha."All I want is the sleeve", says Bob Moran as he and Ken W heaton fight over a coat at Steven Windsor. Bonnie Payne and Janet Soper take the place of honor on the D. E. float. "Do you have this coat hanger in burgandy, please?” asks Carolyn Hicks of Barbara Stover at the Scott Shop. "There is not a beatle in this shoe!" says David Padgett as he serves a customer at Edwards'.MR. BOWMAN BONNIE PAYNE Sponsor President D. E. OFFICERS—Seated on desk: Mr. Bowman, Bonnie Payne, Bobby Freear. Standing: Sharon Smith. Shelley Gregory, Barbara Stover, Billy Douglas, Ralph Lacy, Winnie Evans. Ih iMhuiwt EdmJtm Labor conquers all things.—Homer ... 8 o’clock classes . . . Salesclerk half-a-day . . . Sponsor—Mr. Bowman . . . He’s late again! . . . To promote a better employer-employee relationship . . . Room 118... Meetings Thursday and Friday mornings during 6th period . . . The President is Bonnie . . . Participates in national, state, and local contests . . . Hectic meetings . . . Bob Freear, Winnie Evans, and Barbara Stover—other officers. D. E. MEMBERS—Front Row: Sharon Smith, Bill Douglas. Bonnie Payne. Bobby Freear. Shelley Gregory, Barbara Stover. Second Row: Beverly Dodson. Shirley Carter, Linda Mullins, Sharon Butler, Linda Moyer. Mary Sue Buckner. Janet Soper. Third Row: Bob Moran, Mike Cardonc, Denny Davis, Beatrice Stanley. Jennifer Coleman, Cheryl Watson. Fourth Row: Eddie Call, Donnie Barrett. Dave Golf, Wayne Combs. Jim Rudd, Ed Stinctte. Gary Davis, Kenny Baker. Jim Barker. Fifth Row: Eddie Martin, David Padgett. Clinton Quinn, Winnie Evans, Ralph Lacy, Ricky Wcnzkc. Jerry Dclane.MR. NOEL Sponsor PRISCILLA ROSE President O.O.'J. Labor, if it were not necessary for the existence, would be indispensable for the happiness of man.—Samuel Johnson . . . Vocational Office Training . . . President, Priscilla Rose . . . Work half a day . . . Valentine Coffee hour for faculty . . . Annual banquet . . . Discuss problems occurring on the job . . . Sponsored by Mr. Noel . . . Classes in the early morning . . . Float in the Thanksgiving Parade . . . Secretaries . . . Strictly for Seniors. VOT MEMBERS—Front Row: Joanne Uhlcr, Sheila McKay. Sandra Howard, Sally Frankenhurgcr, Nancy Penn. Bernadette Castle. Rozcannc Baer. Second Row: Claudia Via, Priscilla Rose. Bonnie Duncan. Betty Smith, Sharon Taylor, Patsy McGowan. Pat Radcliffc, Linda Cowan, Susan Burgdofer. Third Row: John Sipc, Susan Gushin, Alcithia MacCallum, Sue Anne Wilburn, Judy Cash, Raclenc Colasanto. Becky Bragg. Roger Stiltner. asOjjjfM Wo'tkm ATTENDANCE OFFICE—Front Row: Nancy Pallant. Kathy Cox, Margaret Dove, Nancy Fox. Second Row: Laura Ellmorc, Cathy Arnold, Mary Coberly, Judi Pulman, Ellen Cochrane. Third Row: Diane Ramey, Nancy Crews, Joyce Sprouse. GUIDANCE WORK-ERS—Front Row: Ann Bear, Margie Wood, Ann Doss, Judy Pauly. Second Row: Judy Hitt, Mary Ann Crcmins, Susan Burgdofcr, Carolyn Lave, Martha Crockett. MR. SULLIVAN MAIN OFFICE—Front Row: Pat Downey, Reba Dowdy. Second Row: Ruth Lctkicwicz. Delores Kerns, Ann Evans, Gail Gaddy, Jo Ann Trobaugh. Sue Sanders. 155 vCRS TOLBERTS WORKERS—Bea Buchanan. Nancyc lewis. Caroline Jackson, Patty Weems, Charlotte Archart. Annie Garth.BOOK ROOM—Front Row: Brenda Weaver, Barbara Rowzie. Janet True. Second Row: Charles Polk, John Medlin, Fred Slight, Walter Popadcn, John Lawrence. SCHOOL BANK—Left to Right: Paula Tayloc. Mrs. Schultz, Peggy Lawson. SCHOOL STORK—Left to Right: Nancy East-ham. Carolyn Daymude. Marty Yingling, Mary Dokkcn, Kathy Lunceford.CLINIC WORKERS—From Row: Marilyn Garrcttc, Gilc Sherry. Sharon Barksdale, Deena Novak. Second Row; Sue Vandam, Susan Biely, Angus Lamond, Sherry Exnbrcy. HALL MONITORS — From Row: Richard Moore. Hope Dodson, Sarah Gordon, Pam Joni Williams, v Johnson. Sec-ar.d Row: William Hadcoay, Pat Barry, a r b a r a McDonald, Sharon Micr, Barbara .-.ca. Bonnie Davenport, Carol) n Hicks, Arthur M Bettis. Third Row: Richard Early, Allen Lackey. Charlie Swish-r. Eddie Keller, Jimmy Dasmude, Eldon Campbell. Charles Hill. LIBRARY WORKERS—Front Row: Gwen Kick-lighter. Anne Smalling, Nancy Watford. Second Row: Betty Ferguson. Marcia Cassidy, Karen Owen. Beth Swartout. Mary Vouros, Sara Bird. Third Row: Gwen Hinkle, Linda Young, Mary Saitta, Anne Halcombe. Donna Acrec. Fourth Row: Pam Kervin, Cecilc Naylor. Jane Kichl. Joyce Strum. Fifth Row: Harvileen Moebs, Leslie Nisewarner. Linda Waldhuber. Marsha Marcus. Maria D'Elia.161UoLudij ootloJl VARSITY FOOTBALL—From Row: Don Pfieffcr. Pete Cola-wnto. Joe Murphy. Dan Provancc. Tri-Captain Alan Kidd. Tri" Captain John Kemper. Tri-Captain Doug Tibbetts. Charles Sprague. Jon Lee, David Dixon. Second Row: Manager Eddie Gallagher. Mike McLean. Melvin Dunbar, Tony Renzi, Ray Roberts. Wayne Tanguay. Steve Harriman, Bob Manni, Al Palmorc, Mike Kendrick. Donnie Knight. Don Matthews. Third Row: Ken Lemay. Gary Crowder, Jerry Hudson, Al Ferguson. Eddie Keller. Boh Mason. Sidney Thompson. Harley Swift, Bruce Vierling. Walter Popaden, Mark McLean. Gary Silver. (Absent from picture: Tom Attiliis. Phil Gray, Fred Slight, Bill Wilkens). 162Coach Osisek explains the fundamentals of football to Walter Popa-den . . . The 1963 Varsity had another outstanding season with a 7-2-1 record, including wins over Annandalc, Marshall, Hammond, Yorktown, Stuart, Woodson, and Mount Vernon. Coach Osisek thought his team would have been truly superior had it not been for injuries. Since half the squad are returning next year, he feels that the team will have an excellent chance of equaling or bettering this year’s record. The team was led by John Kemper who, along with Ken Lc-may, won a Most Valuable Player award at the annual banquet. FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF—First Row: Stephen Osisek, Head Football Coach; Elmo Stanley, Assistant Freshman Coach; Ralph Fox, Assistant Freshman Coach. Second Row: James B. Ford. Assistant Varsity Coach; Robert Green, Assistant Varsity Coach; Vernon Clarke, Freshman Coach; Sam Campbell, Junior Varsity Coach; George Wilson, Assistant Junior Varsity Coach.Eddie Keller (33) carries against Marshall as Boh Mason (83). Bruce Vicrling (73), and Wayne Tanguay (60) cover the play. Alan Kidd (28) racks up a good gain as Bill Wilkens (84) and Doug Tibbetts (51) supply his blocking help. Eddie Keller (33) again, this time against Fairfax, with help from Bill Wilkens (84), Doug Tibbetts (51), and AI Ferguson (72).JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL—First Row: Marvin McClanahan, Bobby Gibson. Harrs Bowling. Jim Herbert, Dennis Cordell, Keith Padgett, Kenny Smith, Steve Craddock. Wayne Grandy, John Porter, Bert Scott, Phil Jewell. Second Row: Manager Jim Sills. Bill Perkins Pat Mawycr, Stuart Smith, Jim Selby, Wayne Starkey, Bill Cason. Steve Wannall, Don Moffitt. Bobby Foster. Herb Krothe. Billy Cooper, Robert Brown. Jack Moore. Third Row: Ronnie Coker, Richard Sharp, John Patterson, Tim Meadows. Charles Carlin, Carl Burba. Joe Patterson, Tom Hawley, Ray Gorham, Mike Klinkicwicz. Leonard Branson, Charles Carter, Shawn McAIca, Ronnie Harrison, Jay Mills. (Absent from picture: Ken Barnett, Steve Miller, Gary Ragland). jjWNM UoMtilf The 1963 Junior Varsity and Freshmen were similar in a number of ways. Both were hardworking, well-balanced teams. Coach Campbell’s J.V.'s had a 5-2-1 record, coming from behind for three victories and a tie. They had an "indomitable spirit.’’ Starting as an unusually inexperienced team. Coach Clarke’s Freshmen, with a 5-1-1 record, developed into "one of the finest teams I’ve ever seen.” Players from both squads will move up to the varsity next year. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL—First Row: Jim Wayland, Ray Hubbard, Cecil Starkey, Bill Ashby, Mike Radcliffe, Saffan Andolsun, Tommy Self, Don Schuler. Second Row: Danny Jcffcrson, Nick Lampshirc. Daryl Daughtrey, Dickie Hawes, Ronnie Barnett, Bob Hughes. Preston Knapp, Bob Weaver, Jeff Coleman, David Dowell. Third Row: Bruce Tanguay, Larry Wayland. David Hess, James Carter. Ronnie Barefoot. Wayne Lewis, Marty Marinoff, Allen Furr, John Renzi, Randy Benarick. Fourth Row: Allan Griggs, Herbert Thomas, Ronnie Clark, Charles DcLisle, Bob Grimes. Robert Graumann. (Absent from picture: Albert Gaines, Danny Gray).WES BEDRICK WOODY HOFF BRUCE PATRICK VARSITY—Barnaby Rube, Foy Watford, Edward Ruhe, Eric Rabcnold, Carl Zuidema, Vic Bonfiglio. Cam "If we don’t have a good team, it won’t be because we haven’t worked.” So said Mr. David Lloyd, coach of the 1963 Cross Country Team. He employed a building program which will yield thirteen returning lettermen next year. The Junior Varsity had a successful year, having a 4-4 record in dual meets. Bob Seeborg, who moved up to the varsity at the end of the season, Foy Watford, and John Truesdale were outstanding. The varsity won only one meet, but made a good showing in the state meet. Captain Woody Hoff, Wes Bedrick, and Edward and Barnaby Ruhe were the only seniors on the squad. Coach Lloyd implied that it won’t be long before G. W. will be one of the nation’s foremost cross country teams. JUNIOR VARSITY—First Row: Bob Dcaclc, Wayne Ritchie. John Truesdale, Jim Hcmeon, Howard Froe-lich. Second Row: Bill Yates, Joe Tucker. Guy Gardner, Mike McNulty, Drew Hallo, Bob Seeborg.The G. W. wrestlers can rack this year up to experience. Mr. Ralph Fox, coach of the team in its first season, felt that his wrestlers gained invaluable experience, most of the boys being inexperienced at the start. While the grapplers had a disappointing 1-8 record, defeating only Fort Hunt, several boys did win with some sort of consistency. Coach Fox mentioned Steve Miller, Wayne Tanguay, John Patterson, and Scott Wauhop. Competition was fierce for the various positions, and most of the boys had to earn their spots weekly. With only four graduating seniors, a good nucleus will return with a better understanding of scholastic wrestling and more consciousness of the strenuous training necessary. Considering all factors and the experienced gained this year. Coach Fox feels that next year G. W. will come up with a much improved wrestling team. VARSITY WRESTLING—First Row: Sonny Nelson. 95-lb.. Saffan Andolsun, 103-lb.; Bill Stoner. 112-lb.; Ken Wheaton. 120-lb.; Walt Heck, 127-lb.; Mike Suarez. 133-lb. Second Row: Scott Wauhop. 138-lb.; Steve Miller. 145-lb.; Wayne Tanguay. 154-lb.; Chuck McFaddcn. 165-lb.; John Stalvey, 180-lb.; John Patterson, unlimited. 169Tri-Captains Wes Bedrick, Ted Saunders, and Allen Lackey. Ted Saunders takes third place in the 60-yard dash at the D. C. Invitational Track Meet. 170TRACK—First Row: Ken Haygreen, Carl Zuidema, Jim Hemeon. Gary Moore, Phil Harriman, Neale Ainsficld, George Conlon, Boh Hayden. Tom Sisson. Bill Cheery. Second Row: Steve Miller, Dennis Foley. Saffan Andolsun. Jim Waindcl. Wes Bedrick. Jerry-Brooks. Frank Scaffido. Ted Saunders, Warren Weimer. Mark McLean. John D'Elia. Mike Fickinger. Louis Mackall, Bob Seeborg. Johnny Brooks. Bob Fields, Buddy King, Bob Graumann. Third Row: John Sanders, Gary Silver. Ralpth Kendrick. Bill Yates. Charles Sprague. Allen Lackey. Woody Hoff. Richard Early. Gary Crowder. Lonnie Booth. Tommy Hatch. Steve Harriman. Melvin Dunbar. Tom Hawley, Bill Walsh, Mike McLean. Track at G. W. is back on the winning road with a fine winter season and continued success in the spring. The winter team, consistently beating more opponents than it lost to, finishing tenth out of twenty-three at the state meet, and fourth of nine at the Northern Virginia meet, was led by Ted Saunders, Allen Lackey, Woody Hoff, and Richard Early. The spring team had one of the most difficult schedules in Northern Virginia. In addition to the regular season, the team was invited to the Colonial Relays and the Duke-Durham Relays. Coach Lloyd commented, "I was encouraged by the interest that was shown in the track program at George Washington. I’m confident that the team will become a leader in Northern Virginia.” Woody Hoff shows his championship hurdling form. 171Skcctcr Swift, Jay Mills Jay Mills The Varsity’s record speaks for itself as it included a 20-3 record, the regular season Northern District title, and participation in the State Tournament. In his four years at G.W., G ach Estes, who was voted the Northern District’s outstanding coach by his fellow mentors, has established a system among the three basketball teams in which each has the same basic offensive and defensive systems and coaching philosophies. His system reaped dividends when Jay Mills was promoted from the J. V. to the Varsity and fit right into the pattern. The Varsity improved with each game so that the players developed a real winning spirit. Their eighteen-game winning streak during the season attested to their determination. Coach Estes hopes for continued success and wants "to make championships a habit at G. W” John Kemper, Ken BarnettJeff Dowdy, Bob Mason VARSITY BASKETBALL— Front Row: Bruce Patrick Ken Barnett Jeff Dowdy Joe Murphy Greg Romanias Ronnie Weaver Second Row: Jay Mills John Medlin Mike Meehan Bill Lawson Bob Mason Skceter Swift Absent: Nolan Dawkins John Dunmirc Jack Evans John Kemper Fred Slight Joe Murphy, Jay MillsCoaches Esces, Campbell John Medlin Jeff DowdyBoth the Junior Varsity and Freshman teams had outstanding seasons: each went undefeated. The J.V.’s, coached by Mr. Campbell, took all twenty of their contests while winning the regular and tournament championships, and extending their two season winning streak to forty-one games. With hard work and discipline on defense, team play and poise on offense, the team will provide six or seven boys for the Varsity next year. The Freshmen also showed excellent improvement in chalking up their fourteen victories. By installing a winning spirit. Coach Schreiner prepared his team for the Junior Varsity and Varsity. Jl NIOR VARSITY—Front Row: Bobby Gibson, Phil Jewell, Bruce Patrick, Bobby Foster, Clay Bush, Punky Woolum. Second Row; Ronnie Harrison, Sidney Thompson. Mike Meehan, Jay Mills, Ronnie Coker, Keith Diamond. (Absent: John Sanders). FRESHMEN—Front Row: Marty Harvey, Tommy Self. Dickie Hawes, Mike Perkins. Alan McCoy. Ronnie Barnett. Ronnie Barefoot, Lee MiJIctte, Manager Buddy Ward. Second Row: Marts Marinoff. Lorcnro Barnes. Danny Jefferson, Bob Grimes. Bob Moeller, Bob Graumann, Bob Jones, Ralph Barnett. Daryl Daughtrey. 177Coxswain Boh Moss and Nick Lampshire arc freshmen who already have a year of experience. An eight moves on to the river for afternoon practice. SENIOR OARSMEN—First Row: Barnahy Ruhe, David Hill, George Vouros. Walter Kiechel, Stan Hicks. Second Row: Wavnc Tanguay. Ed Ruhe. Eric Rahenold. Don Bozarth, Chuck Me-Faddcn. Richard Adams, Fred Smolensky, Richard Tyner, Phil Meade. The 1964 crew was coached by Mr. Bill Burruss, a former G. W. student. He continued the program of hard work on and of the river, while building for the future.RETURNING OARSMEN—First Row: Rickey Evans. Boh Moss. Bill Good. Bradley Johnson. Steve Craddock, Pat Hyleod. Bill King. Second Row: Robert McClintock, Malcom Spicer, Marshall Lewis. Harvey Littlejohn. Jim Crichton, Ray Roberts, Mike Kiinkicwicz, Matthew McIntosh, Bruce Tanguay. RETURNING OARSMEN—First Row: Howard Froelich, Marty Yingling, Jeff Fromm. Rusty Truesdale, Bob Barnard, Nick Lamp-shirt, Felix Tolosa. Second Row: John Truesdale, Charles Carlin, Charles Phillips, Wesley Schmidt, Richie Comisky, Charles Yingl-ing, Roderick MacLeod, Gary Hunt, Bill Pope.VARSITY BASEBALL — First Row: Dave Cottrill. Jon Lee, Danny Fitzgerald, John Medlin, Skeeter Swift. Jack Johnson, Joe Murphy. Rusty Dawson. Second Row: Bob Manni, Alan Kidd, Winkie Barnette, John Ba-lis. Bill Abbott, Ronnie Weaver, A1 Palmore, Chuck Alba. Power hitters Joe Murphy, Alan Kidd, Jon Lee, John Medlin, and Skeeter Swift with Coach Schreiner. The Varsity was coached by Mr. Nub-by Schreiner. Joe Murphy, the leading hitter for two years, was captain. Mr. Harry Ricer coached the J.V.’s, whose nucleus was its four returning lettcrmcn. Pitchers Jack Johnson, John Medlin, and Ronnie Weaver learn the secret of Bob Manni's knuckle ball. 180JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL— First Row: Mike Zinn, Ronnie Barnette, Steve Wannall. Bob Foster, Kenny Smith. Eddie Basham, Steve Barnette. Billy Cooper, Clay Bush. Second Row: Charles Nelson, Greg Romanian Marty Marinoff, Mike Me-Conchi, Bobby Yebnozk, Bruce Patrick, Stuart Smithe. Dave Dixon, Ronnie Harrison, Jon Miller, Richard Treger. Double play combination Kenny Smith and Greg Romanias. J.V. mainstays Eddie Basham, Dave Dixon, Bruce Patrick, and Ronnie Harrison. 181182183Congratulations To Each of You of The Graduating Class of 1964 We ore groteful for the privilege of being of service as your portrait photographers, toward making this year's "Compass" success. The splendid cooperation given us by the editors, faculty, and body was highly commendable and sincerely appreciated. GERALD R. TURNER TURNER STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS EST. 1939 "THE HOUSE OF PORTRAITS" Kl 9-3059 815 South Washington Street Northern Virginia's Largest and Most Modern Photography Studio Specializing In Glamour, Wedding and Lifelike Portraits official grand student 184A CAREER With A Future! If you like science and mathematics, consider engineering for your career! Engineering h the field of today and tomorrow. Progress is fast. New jobs are opening up every day. Plan for a job with a future—plan to be an engineer! VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY 185CHARTER AND GROUP SIGHTSEEING A. B. W. TRANSIT CO. SERVING NORTHERN VIRGINIA DEPENDABLY FOR OVER 40 YEARS INFORMATION 186 SCHEDULED SERVICE KI 9-7800 CHARTER DEPARTMENT TE 6-4500in toxDay... lets jet ajuaitrteJ To the Graduating Class: A Message of Congratulations from Virginia’s Oldest National Bank Although First Citizens National Bank of Alexandria is the oldest National Bank in Virginia, founded in 1864, we dedicate ourselves to the future. This year finds graduates at the threshold of tomorrow — entering a new and better world, with more challenges and more rewards than at any time in history. We of First and Citizens share with you every confidence in this future. Many of you, we are sure, will come to know First Citizens personally in the years ahead. We look forward to the pleasure of serving you, as a financial counselor, as a neighbor, and as a fellow citizen. We pledge to serve you well. Our heartfelt congratulations to each of you. Firsts Citizens VIRGINIAS ; OLDEST I NATIONAL BANK National Bank of Alexandria m mz Main Banking Office 531 King Street Mt. Vernon Ave. Branch 2809 Mt. Vernon Avenue Main Branch Trust Building 507 King Street Uptown Branch 1827 King Street Northeast Branch 701 North St. Asaph Street Bradlce Branch 3600 King Street Seminary Plaza Branch 4701 Kenmore Avenue Lincolnia Branch 6000 Duke Street Facilities at Fort Belvoir and Gravelly Point e Member FDIC e Telephone King 9-3000 187TURK SAYS CONGRATULATIONS Smartly Styled Clothes at Low Prices Featured in Our "Alumni Shop” only at tow «rs s» TUXEDO RENTALS 2402 Mt. Vernon Ave. The Only Men’s Store in Del Ray KI 8-5067 ARLANDRIA BARBER SHOP Arlondrio Shopping Center Opposite Giont Food Store 3838 Mt. Vernon Ave. BARNEY'S DELICATESSEN 1606 Mt. Vernon Ave. (Where Old Friends Meet) Phone KI 9-9458 GRAND STAR VALET 1901 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexondrio, Vo. John J. Kelley, Jr. Phone OV 3-1200 Class of '47 KI 9-9306 GRAHAM OGDEN, INC. MT. VERNON SERVICE PHARMACY Realtors, Insurance, Bonding "Service at Its Best" and Investments 1515 Mt. Vernon Ave. 803 King Street Alexandria, Va. Alexandria, Virginia K| 9-1300—1301 TE 6-1300 TE 6-0100 and TE 6-0101 188OIL BUHNERS RADIO DISPATCHED BUDGET SALES - SERVICE EQUIPMENT PAYMENTS Aitcheson Fuel Company, Inc. Est a hi is I led 1882 205 South Strand Street NATIONAL-U. S. RADIATOR HEATING COOLING SYSTEMS COAL HOT WATER HEATERS AUTOMATIC GAS 6c OIL LENNOX HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS FUEL OIL LIQUID LAWN FERTILIZER Plant: 205 South Strand Street Alexandria, Virginia Phone: Kl 9-2214 We Pick Up and Deliver "Satisfaction Guaranteed" VILLAGE CLEANERS Cleaning, Shirts, Laundry and Rugs Mt. Vernon Ave. and Herbert St. E. Y. Walter Kl 9-1555 Phone Kl 8-4747 EUDY'S AMERICAN SERVICE All Types Auto Repairs 4122 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Va. Richard T. Eudy, Mgr. Phone TE 6-9739 STEVE'S RESTAURANT Fine Quality Food — Real Italian Spaghetti Steve Pappas 2700 Jefferson Davis Hwy. 24 Hours Alexandria, Virginia Clothiers Haberdashers ROGER'S MEN'S WEAR "The Store of Top Brands" 3901-B Mt. Vernon Ave. TE 6-1221 Alexandria, Virginia HOME OF FINE FURNITURE 814 King Street Phone Kl 9-0403 Alexandria, Virginia 189For a complete coverage on sports and the activities on Teens, Read your local newspaper The Alexandria Gazette “AMERICA’S OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER" Established 1784 C. C. CARLIN, JR., President KI 9-0004 Compliments of the HOPKINS FURNITURE CO. Alexandria's Home of Nationally Famous Brands 810 King Street Alexandria, Virginia KI 9-1043 THE REMEMBRANCE SHOP FINE CHINA —CRYSTAL —GIFTS BRIDAL REGISTRY 3670 King Street Bradlee Shopping Center Alexandria, Virginia Phone: TE 6-8338 DIXIE PIG BARBEE-QUE POWHATAN and BASHFORD LANE 190Polk Motor Company, Inc. World’s Friendliest Plymouth-Valiant Imperial - Chrysler Dealer Both Sides of 1646 King Street KI 9-0567 Alexandria, Va. the scon SHOP Ladies and Junior Apparel Champion Aword Winning Retailer Famous Brand Names of American Fashion Jantzen, Catalina, Youth Fair, Petti, Joan Miller, Betty Barcloy, Century, Ship n' Shore, Jonathan Logan 2308 Mt. Vernon Ave. KI 9-6059 Free Porking Open Eve. till 8:30 TIMBERMAN'S DRUG STORE F. X. Nugent, Proprietor Phone: KI 9-0091 106 N. Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '64 ARTHUR I. SHAFFER FLORIST 901 King Street ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA KI 9-0537 KI 9-2559 School Jackets — Letter Sweaters Gym Clothing Trophies Expert Engraving CITY SPORT SHOP Alexandria, Virginia 1510-12 King Street KI 9-1268 Compliments of Baldwin’s Quality Cleaners Laundries TE 6-9716 We Call For and Deliver 805 Bashford Lane Alexandria, Va. Tailoring — Shoe Repair Furs — Storage 191King 9-1503 Home: SOuth 5-8027 RAY'S Jewelry — Gifts — Appliances Diamonds ond Watches Roy L. Butcher 815 King Street Diane Butcher Alexandria, Virginia City Club Daniel Green Velvet Steps ELLIS SHOES, INC. 518 King Street Alexandria, Virginia King 9-4870 Wesboro Weatherbird Vitality Compliments of MEADOW GOLD-MELVERN ICE CREAM COMPANY 400 Calvert Ave. Alexandria, Va. King 8-0250 VIRGINIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION The Electric Store Television — Radio and Appliances 917 King Street OV 3-3445 Alexandria, Va. Barby’s Fabric Shop "The Finest in Fabrics" DRESS AND DECORATING 125 North Washington St. Alexandria, Virginia 6402 Springfield Plaza Springfield, Virginia Adding Machines Typewriters Business Machines Duplicating Repairs and Service to All Makes ALEXANDRIA MIMEO COMPANY INC. Underwood Agents in Alexandria and Fairfax County Kl 9-7363 809 King Street Alexandria, Virginia Quality Work Moderate Prices Specializing in Children's Haircuts and Flat Tops CONGRESS BARBER SHOP Bill Morrow, Proprietor Phone King 8-8090 Air Conditioned 1324 Powhatan Street Union Shop Powhatan Shopping Center Alexandria, Va. WELLINGTON HOUSE Furniture and Decorations 809 South Washington Street King 9-5800 THE FLOWER MART 2004 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Va. Flowers whisper what words can never soy Phone TE 6-0800 T. E. Corneale Owner 192GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH OFFICIAL CLASS RINGS Manufactured by Herff Jones Company Furnished Through JAMES L. DECK P. O. Box 4735 Richmond 29, Virginia SHUMAN'S For Good Things To Eot CANDIES - PASTRIES - ICE CREAM 516 King Street Alexandria, Virginia Ki 9-0128 TE 6-3943 CAPITAL LIGHTING SUPPLY, INC. Lighting Fixtures Show Room 1505 Prince St. TE 6-8845 Alexandria, Virginia HOLLYWOOD GRILL 705 King Street Alexandria, Virginia Compliments of GAINES BRUIN AGENCY Insurance for Home — Auto — Business 1813 Duke Street Alexandria, Virginia DUKE STREET BARBER SHOP Across from Grand Union and Herbys 1705 Duke Street Alexandria, Vo. Hours 9-7 — Saturdays 9-6 193THE "BETTER DRESSED" STUDENTS AT G. W. SHOP AT FASHIONS FOX GIWTUMIM ...min u . 0 CENTRAL 1017 KING STREET OPEN FRI. TILL 9 CHARGE 605 KING STREET OPEN MON., THUR., FRI. TILL 9 TE 6-0900 PARK AND SHOP Compliments of CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL HOME, INC. WILLIAM W. CUNNINGHAM W. BEVERLY MOUNTCASTLE LILLIE V. CUNNINGHAM A. K. ROYSTON Comeron and Alfred Street Alexandria, Virginia Kl 9-1800 HADEED RUG CARPET CO. SPECIALISTS Cleaning — Sales — Service Phone Kl 9-1604 1502 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Va. 194For Complete Real Estate Services HICKS REALTY, INC. (Realtors) Sales, Rentals, Multiple Listing 3706 Mt. Vernon Ave., Alexandria, Va. 2303 S. Arlington Ridge Rd., Arlington (Branch) KI 8-3111 OT 4-6040 Serving Northern Virginia since 1946 BEST WISHES J. H. AITCHESON, INC. Plumbing and Heating Distributors 1849- 1964 115 YEARS OF SERVICE Compliments of Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home 1500 W. Braddock Road KI 8-9200 KI 9-0038 195If it's from Barnes It's Beautiful! FURN.TURE, RUGS. DRAPERIES AND ACCESSOR,ES FOR EVERY HOME. TREMENDOUS SELECTION TO RI pwr, LVERr BLEND WITH ANY TYPF OF DECOR. COMPLETE SERVICE BY OUR own to a PL N I RAINED EXPERTS Our 23rd Year K b Barnes Fashions in Furniture ALEXANDRIA 2525 MT. VERNON AVENUE • OV 3-4330 I MANASSAS 936 CENTREVILLE ROAD • EM 8-2147 | %ZT EUGENE W. ZIMMERMAN CORPORATION Electrical Contracting Servicing York Air Conditioning Dealership Radio Dispatched Vehicles 1221 Cameron St. Alexandria, Va. Kl 8-1100 Congratulations to the Class of 1964 APPERSON and DENT, INC. All the smart fashions you see in the latest magazines you'll find in any one of the five Haymon Stores . . . Alexandria, Arlandria, Bradlee, Arlington, Manassas. HAYMAN'S Main Store 530 KING STREET 196SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ARLANDRIA 4115 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Virginia Authorized Purveyor • Villager • John Meyer • Ladybug • Country Shirts • Austin Hill •HIRLINOTON • MOPRIN3 CCNTBR ARLINGTON. VA. M. H. BARRY ORGANIZATION, INC. TEMPLE SHOE STORE REAL ESTATE Shoes for the Style Conscious 2206 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Va. 1212 King Street King 9-3630 Kl 9-7315 197FUELOIL FANNON’S .. . Your Dad and Mother know us well. Long before the Washington Monument was completed we were serving the people of Alexandria and Fairfax County with Fuel. Graduation time is near and to all those who have succeeded in meriting the coveted award of "BEING GRADUATED” we extend our best wishes. We earnestly hope that each George Washington Graduate will measure up to the Golden Opportunities that lie ahead. COAL—AUTOMATIC HEAT—FUEL OIL Thomas J. Fannon Sons DUKE and HENRY STREETS ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 706 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Vo. 836-2204 hamburgers I Hot Fish Sandwich 25c Home of the World's Greatest 15c Hamburger PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL RICH'S FAIRLINGTON STUDIO King 9-3332 1705 CENTRE PLAZA Alexandria, Vo. Farlington Shopping Center THE SNACK BAR 107 KING STREET 198Using Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Remedies Appliances and Arch Supports PHONE OV 3-9876 HERBERT LYLES SHOE REPAIR 502 KING STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA ALEXANDRIA MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 312 South Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314 King 9-4350 "HI" ROSEMONT PARK MARKET 2 East Walnut Street Alexondrio, Virginio TEmple 6-6545 ALEXANDRIA HOT SHOPPES 905 North Washington Street Alexandria, Virginio Specializing in Curb Service and Dining Room Service for the teenagers after the boll game 199ALEXANDRIA CYCLE SHOP Sales New and Used Repair Foreign and Domestic Columbia — Schwinn — Other famous Brands at rear of 1521 N. Quaker Lane 1713 Center Plaza, Alexandria, Va. Kl 9-1284 FLEET SERVICE GARAGE Official Virginia Inspection Station 1758 1111 Jefferson Davis Highway Arlington, Va. OT 4-9636 "A Clean Car Rides Better and Lasts Longer" CENTURY HOUSE FLAMINGO CAR WASH distinctive gifts Washing, Polishing and Steam Cleaning Kl 8-8550 3407 Mt. Vernon Ave. 607 prince street Corner West Glebe Road alexandria, Virginia COLONIAL SERVICE CENTER SHIRLINGTON FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions 500 S. Washington Street Free Delivery Shirlington Shopping Center OV 3-9851 2754 S. Randolph St., Arlington OV 3-4641 200LEVINSON CLOTHING CO. OUTFITTERS FOR MEN 424-426 King Street Alexandrio, Vo. Phone Kl 9-0829 MONTICELLO DELICATESSEN 2304 Mt. Vernon Ave. TE 6-9718 MARY'S LITTLE SHOP Dresses — Sports Wear — Accessories Kl 8-0133 “The elegant look ot such a small price" Hunting Towers Shopping Center—Alex., Va. Mon. thru Fri. 9:30 o.m. to 8 p.m. Sot. 9:30 o.m. to 6 p.m. Corsages — Cut Flowers — Plants King 8-6853 Bradlee Shopping Center 3626 King Street ROBERT J. COMBS Alexandria, Virginia BRADLEE FLORIST Registered Phone 548-0547 PLUMBING HEATING 2014 Mt. Vernon Ave. COMPLIMENTS Alexandria, Va. OF A FRIEND 201WILLIAM DEMAINE SON FUNERAL HOME 520 South Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia Since 1841 "One of the South's Oldest and Finest" TOWN COUNTRY Properties, Inc. Realtors and Multiple Listing Members THREE OFFICES TO ASSIST YOU: 3807 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Virginia TE 6-8915 5165 Lee Highway Arlington, Virginia KE 6-6900 9619 Columbia Pike Annandole, Virginia CL 6-9100 LOWEST PRICES EVER FOR] ROYAL portables 5 year warranty on all new portables Sales Service Rentals att. Glibto+i KcLuJ rLCi XAt U IHCOKPOHAUO I % OFFICE EQUIPMENT Wk AND gA SUPPLIES 14)4 IMG irittT AUXANOttA. V CMA Kl 8-0500 Open Daily 8 to 5, Sat. 10 to 3 Free Parking Memorial Esso Station 202FOR COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SALES AND SERVICES INSURANCE — BONDS F.H.A.—VA.—Conventionol Financing Sales — Rentals — Management Curtis E. Martin Sales, INCORPORATED REALTORS 428 South Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia Kl 9-6700 Kl 9-7540 SINCE 1941 WALTER C. DAVIS SON, INC. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 1509 Prince Street Alexandria, Virginia “We Build for Tomorrow By Service of Today" Kl 9-2092 OV 3-2486 ALEXANDRIA FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. Alexandria's Budget Store 1004-1006 King Street Alexandria, Virginia Kl 9-3600 HOME STITCH SHOP Custom Made DRAPERIES SLIP COVERS Always a wide selection of the latest Fine Fabrics - Dress Fabrics - Notions Patterns - Art - Needlework Kl 8-5533 Shirlington Shopping Center 4032 28th St. S. Arlington 203 Robert’s ICtrL (Custom (Tailor • Habrrbashrr Custom Tailor Canterbury Belts Gont Shirts Haberdasher Stanley Blacker Sport Coats 549-0268 604 S. Washington St. Alexandria, Va. Al£XANQpiA,lS PA WPUS Restaurant CJl J(r ut Moktcomshy STA«st OV 3-986 4 AUe¥aM i4) Va. Owned and Operated by WILSON H. BURGESS and FLORENCE BURGESS Specializing Early American Furniture Also—Refinishing Completely Furnish Home or Office Shop 548-3255 312 King Street Residence Kl 9-8136 Alexandria, Virginia 204COMPLIMENTS OF ALBERT’S RESTAURANT 1806 KING STREET Alexandrio, Virginia When You Think of Hardware and Paints Think of GAINES BROTHERS, INC. Before and After the Game Visit VALENTINE-BURCH-BAGGETT BARBER SHOP Your Business Is Appreciated 549-3216 105 S. Alfred St. PHONE: Kl 9-1157 MILLER'S Ha rdwa re—Gi f ts—T oys— Housewa res Keys Duplicated 800 King Street Alexandria, Virginia Compliments of THE BURKE and HERBERT Compliments of POTOMAC STEEL SUPPLY, INC. 2416 Oakville Street Alexandria, Va. OV 3-0822 Bank and Trust Company ALEXANDRIA FLORAL CO. OLDEST BANK IN THE OLD DOMINION THE TERESI'S Finest Flowers From Main Office: Corner of King and Fairfax Sts. Alexandria's Largest Florist Kl 9-2666 1620 Prince St. Branches: 1828 Duke Street 306-308 East Monroe Avenue 306-308 King ond Washington Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation HODGES GULF SERVICE 2301 Commonwealth Ave., Alexandria Phone Overlook 3-0802 Complete Auto Service J. B. Hodges, Prop. 205LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE Since 1880 Duncan Transfer, Inc. PALLETIZED STORAGE and WORLD WIDE MOVERS 548-6344 400-410 N. Columbus St. Alexandria, Va. 206Compliments of “The Bank of Friendly Service” LEXANDRIA National BANK 7 Locations King 8-1500 330 North Washington Street (main office) 833 South Washington St. Shirley Duke Shopping Center King and Royal Streets Fairlington Shopping Center Terminal Bldg., Natl. Airport King St. at S. Walter Reed Dr. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 207As our circle draws to a close So too does our year at G. V, For some this is a beginning, For others . . . an end. 208A v


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