George Washington High School - Compass Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)
- Class of 1966
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Text from Pages 1 - 208 of the 1966 volume:
VOLUME 31 George Washington High School Alexandria, Virginia
MARKING TIME .. .TIME, AN UNMISTAKABLE ELEMENT IN THE
OFT-FORGOTTEN TIMEPIECES WITNESSES OF YEARS EVENTS
The 1966 COMPASS takes as its editorial idea the basic concept of TIME, a force that works so quietly that it is often overlooked by those it serves. Nowhere is that force more potent, or more easily taken for "ranted, than in the American high school. It is with the hope of correcting this state of mind, of making us a little more aware of just what TIME is to us, and how varied are its forms, that we choose this theme.
TIME, measured with the steady rhythm of the drum-m.oor's baton, or imprinted daily on the faces of a dozen c! cks around the halls, is the unifying force in George Washington High School. It brings out our emotion in as
many varied spcctrums as there are minutes to an hour. Who can control the desperate hope and spirit that wells up as the football or basketball timers tick off the final seconds of another close win? How many of us realize that it is Mr. Gamer's master clock that starts, and stops, our school day; that sends us to classes, to assemblies, and to the afternoon meetings of our clubs and honor societies? How many of us count the final minutes of each period on our own watches?
We cannot deny TIME’S influence or her steady and unerring regulation; and surely we can say that GW-ites. as do no others, make the best possible use of it.LIVES OF GEORGE WASHINGTON’S STUDENTS
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CHANGES HIGHLIGHT OUR SCHOOL'S THIRTY-FIRST YEAR
Surely no one could deny that the passage of TIME brings with it an unmistakable element of change. After a generation of growth it is still possible for GW to present a new face to visitors and the student body. Our thirty-first year brought with it an entire new area of studies; the Humanities, and new Math and English classes, Probability and College Preparatory English respectively.
Perhaps the most significant change is the remarkable turnover in the student body itself, involving as it did the loss of some five hundred-odd Sophomores and Freshmen to the new high school, TC Williams. By way of re-
compense, an approximately equal number of new students from nearby Parker-Grav entered for the first time this year. Also involved in the changeover were about a dozen teachers, and we can certainly say that our loss did not exceed our gain.
The 1964-65 school year was ended on a sad note with the retirement of Mr. Irving Lindsey, long-time head of the Math Department. With his leave-taking, the new Irving Lindsey Memorial Auditorium was dedicated, providing GW-ites with an oasis of comfortable new seats and carpeting. GW is also graced with newly-painted rooms and lockers.
3HARDWORKING COUNSELOR FILLS DUAL ROLES
The 1966 COMPASS is proud to dedicate this story of the school year to a man who has had no little part in its realization. In his dual position as Senior Guidance Counselor and Head Basketball Coach, Mr. Clay Estes has earned the gratitude and admiration of the GW student body as have few others.
Bom in Muskogee, Oklahoma, the son of a minister, Mr. Estes attended Muskogee Central High School, then graduated to spend four years at Bethel College in McKenzie. Tennessee, where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree. After completing graduate work at Memphis State College, he taught for three years at Dyer. Tennessee, before coming to Virginia.
It would be hard to say which of Mr. Estes’s jobs has most endeared him to the students and faculty. The teams he coaches have outstanding records, including Northern District Regular Season -and Tournament Championships. Cheering students have twice followed their team and coach to the State Basketball Elimination in Richmond where spectacularly close losses failed to dim, in any way, the enthusiasm shown.
GW shares with his wife and children, Guy Mark and Joel Michael, the pride all people feel for this man. Thank you, Mr. Estes.
AN EASY AIR and confident smile are perhaps the most easily recognized characteristics of GW's popular basketball coach.
AS A SENIOR Guidance Counselor, Mr. Estes has helped hundreds of students such as Barbara Arthur to find the colleges, jobs, and courses of study of their choice.
GW SURELY OWES untold thanks to the man whose teams have brought her two Northern District Championships and twice taken their school to the State Tournament in Richmond.FACULTY
THERE ARE ALWAYS a few tilings that TIME cannot alter or abridge; honor, spirit, patriotism . . .The GWIIS Faculty continued its fine tradition of service and co-operation throughout the school year. Strengthed by new teachers, new departments and facilities, and new courses of study, our school’s staff of hardworking teachers and administrative personnel united their efforts to make this, our thirtv-first vear. the best thus far.
7DR JOHN ALBOHM S prr .tr:«irr.t of Al.tvundru City Schools
MR. RAYMOND SANCKR MR. PAUL MACKEY
Deputy Superintendent Assistant Superintendent
THE 1966 COMPASS salutes the Superintendent, Assistant Superintendents, and School Board of the city of Alexandria under whose guidance, George Washington High School achieved and maintained the position she holds today in city, community, and state; a position unequalled in her history.
SCHOOL BOARD CO-ORDINATES FUTURE PLANS
MR. GORMAN RIDCELY School Board Chairman
MRS. D. E. KERBEL School Board Vice-Chairman
MR. FERDINAND DAY School Board
MR. JAMES DONOVAN School Board
MR. HERBERT EARLY School Board
MR. FRANK LUCKETT School Board
MRS. ROBERT LAND School Board
MR. NORMAN SCHROTT
MR. ROBERT WOOD School Board
8PRINCIPALS PROVIDE ALL-ROUND LEADERSHIP
George Washington High School is perhaps all things to all those who have entered its doors through the years and anything that one of us who have been a part of the great heritage that is our school says will be quite inadequate to express the feeling of all.
Many of these pleasant memories have been the result of wise leadership on the part of those who have formed the administrative team these many years. Whether we recognize it or not, each of us is influenced by them as they formulate policies that will have a vital effect on our lives. We can proudly say that Mr. Gamer, Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Osisek have more than fulfilled these criteria.
TIME is continually changing the character of our school and the past year has seen many alterations and revisions. Many new faces on the faculty, new equipment in classrooms, several new courses to enrich our already adequate curriculum all have been, at least in part, the result of thought and study on the part of our school administrators.
The impact of our stay here will not stand out clearly in the near future, nor will the influence of teachers and principles, but TIME, in its own way, will mirror the part we have played.
MR. ROBERT W.GARNER Principal
MR. GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Assistant Principal
MR. STEPHEN F. OSISEK Assistant Principal
mtl AIMS US TO SUCCESSFUL
COVl.D YT BE. possible that new teachers become lost as
easily as new students? Mr. Ashley, Miss Holler and Mr. Harris apparently need a map oi tbe Capitol Beltway as they enter school lot tbe iiist time.
MRS MXVX LENCEFORD BooiVerper.
MRS. ELIZABETH McLANE Secretary.
MRS. MARGARET BIBB Attendance Office
MRS. JOYCE GOODING Secretary.
MHS. ELIZABETH HERBERT
MRS. LETA WICKUXE Secretary.
MRS. EMILY TRIVETT
Secretary.MUSIC, HOMEMAKING, ART PURSUE TALENTS
THE DULCET TONES of the «»■ Ue Und ,v
Memorial Auditorium add much to the dignity of our as mbl programs.
VICKI STEFFEY. ISABELLE DAVIS, and Dianr..
Ilatten, tomorrow’s homemaker', practice the culinary art.
"HMM! WHAT IS IT? Pop Art or Op Art?” asks Ken Caryle as Fran Foran attempts to explain the mysteries of designs on display in the corridor panels outside the art department.
MBS. LINDA FLEMING Homemaking, Boys llomf MISS MARY VAUGHN
Economics. Home Manage- MRS. SHARON TATE Home Economics. Faculty
ment, FHA Sponsor. Home Economic . Council.
Under the direction of Mr. Barr, and Miss Bivens, the Music Department participated in assemblies and the annual musical, adding variety to our school life. The newly-formed Drum and Fife Corps added color to our home football games.
With the formation of a Homemaking class for Boys, the Home Economics Department strove for better future homes.
The enlarged Art Department brightened our dull days with unusual exhibits along the third floor.
MR. CHARLES MOSSON Art Department Head. Art.
MRS. SYLVIA DANFORD Art. Craft . Art Club Sponsor.
MRS. EMILY WATERS Art.
MR. FRANK BARR Music Department llrad, Rand. Olkbritm, Music Appreciation. Humanities. Pep Club Sponsor.
MISS JANE BIVENS Choral Music. Music dab Co-Sponsor.
IIENGLISH ACCELERATES IN UNCERTAIN TIMES
MR DEUCALION GREGORY Head. Engliih Department, Advanerd Placement English, English. SCA Sponsor, City CNaj.' nan. Engliih. Superin-teodent Advisory Committee, PTA Executive Committer.
MRS. PENELOPE AI.ATIS Engliih. Chairman, Welfare Committee, EAA.
MRS. NINA BURDETTE Engliih.
MISS ELEANOR CURBIN' Engliih. EAA Building Representative. EAA Reporter for Teacher Bulletin.
MISS LINDA DANIELSON English.
With the world becoming a smaller place each day, the importance of the English language becomes inert. isingly clear. Expansion of the vocabulary, coupled u-.th new usages of existing words, further complicates the problem of communication in the uncertain TIMES in which we live.
George Washington High School has. for many years, lieen justifiably proud of the excellent program offered by its English department. To further enrich this fine four-year program, an advanced placement course for Seniors and an accelerated course covering the Sopho-
more and Junior years have been added thus year.
Recognizing the need for direction in the selection of worthwhile literature, both past and present, the use of paperback editions of best sellers and other lxx ks has l een encouraged in the classes.
A pilot program in the Vicore approach to reading is being used in two classes. Eight members of the faculty are taking training in the teaching of this method. The purpose of tin's program is to evaluate whether or not it should he introduced into the other local high schools.
PAUL EAVES THINKS, “There must lx an easier way to finish : Senior English Review Exercises.'
MRS. MARY DIAMOND English.
MR. DENNIS GOLLODAY English.
MRS. DORIS HUME Englith, Hununilin, Debate Sponsor.
MRS. BLANCHE MEADOWS English, Prow and Poetry Contest Sponsor.
MISS MARY McKINNEY Enitlish. Sophomore Class Sponsor.
"OH THESE TESTS. Now let's see- did Macbeth kill Polonius, r was it king Lear? Or maybe it was Hamlet.’ ponders Pam Par-man as she labors over an English quiz.
ON HER WAY TO a book report, "Little Red Riding Hood", Jamie Barry, is detained by the library’s friendly wolf and his collection of bestsellers.
MR. ROGER PADGETT English, Sophomore Class MRS. MARY PAYNE
MR. ROBERT SALIE English.
MISS MARY LU SKEPTIC English. Drama. Speech. Drama Club Sponsor. Thespians Sponsor.
MISS SYLVIA SOMERS English. Reading Sponsor. Forensic Contests.
MRS. PATRICIA STAATS English. Student Council Sponsor. Pep Committee Sponsor Prm-Pom Girls Sponsor. Director, Senior Class Play.
MRS. DOROTHY THOMPSON English. FT A Sponsor.
13NEW SUBJECT ADDS LUSTER TO MATHEMATICS PROGRAM
The mathematics department, under the leadership of Mrs. Apperson. continued its program of modification of concepts and procedures. As students advance, they discover greater flexibility and informality in the course of study, such that each student
can find a feeling of success.
Modern-day application of basic mathematical principles has been stressed this year with the addition of a new course, Probability and Statistics, to its comprehensive and varied curriculum.
MRS. KATHERINE APPERSON Head, Mathematics Dopt., Solid Geometry, Plane Geometry, Mathematics Three, Trigonometry. Senior Class Sponsor, Faculty Remembrance Committee.
MRS. ELIZABETH ALLPORT General Mathematics, Plane Geometry, Algebra.
MRS. ELIZABETH CENUNC Algebra, Mathematics One, Faculty Remembrance
Committee, Senior Class Sponsor, Hall Monitors.
MR BERNARD HERROD Cencrul Mathematics, Plane Geometry.
MRS. WAPELLA HOUCHINS General Mathematics, Algebra, Senior Class Sponsor. COMPASS Ad Staff Sponsor.
MR. BOBBY JENKINS
Algebra, General Mathematics.
DISTINGUISHED STAGE GUESTS applaud Mr. Lindsey as he responds to the plaudits of the many alumni and friends who honored him at the reception held in his honor after more than forty years of service in the Alexandria schools.
MISS THELMA MADDOX
Algebra, Plane Geometry.
MRS. EVELYN MONROE Algebra, Mathematics, Caps and Gowns.
MRS. LILLIAN SANGER Plano and Solid Geometry, General Mathematics, School Store.
MR. EUGENE TRUITT Plane Geometry. Algebra Three. Probability, COMPASS Buv Sponsor. Senior Class Sponsor.
FORMER STUDENTS Honorable George M. Ciammittorio and E. Waller Dudley express their appreciation to Mr. Lindsey for his many years of service.
MR. HOMER WILLIAMS General Mathematics, EAA Executive Committee, Superintendent's Advisory Group, COMPASS Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor.After many years of dedicated service to the Alexandria Public School System, Mr. Irving Lindsey retired. In appreciation of his devotion, the remodeled auditorium was dedicated in his name and a scholarship for the outstanding Mathematics student among the graduating class was established. Yet these honors will Ik long outlived by the memorials in the minds of his fellow teachers and his former students.
"YOU MEAN THE pretty yellow one is an ellipse?” asks Wendy Woodside as Herl ert Tlwmas tries to explain some r mathematical equipment.
HUMANITIES PROBE PHILOSOPHY AND CULTURE
To encourage understanding of man’s relationship to society, himself, and his surroundings, George Washington High School offered a new course. Humanities, to outstanding seniors. Humanities asked provocative questions,
seeking to draw attention to insoluble problems that have puzzled mankind throughout the ages. In practice, the course has been found to stimulate in the student an awareness of “that which money can’t buy.”
MRS. MARJORIE EMM German. Humanities, German Club Sponsor, Humanities Team Sponsor.
MRS. DORIS HUME English, Humanities, Debate Sponsor.
MR. FRANK BARR Music Department Head, Band, Orchestra, Music Appreciation. Humanities, Pep Club Sponsor.
CAROL SEDBERRY, VICKI FOSS, and Dick Poole discuss man's relation to his environment during a mid-week seminar in Humanities.SCIENCE EXPANDS WITH MODERN CONCEPTS
MR. WILLIAM HILLMAN Science Department, Head. Chemistry. Science Club Spnn-for.
MR. FRANK KAFRIVA Chemistry, Faculty Council, Senior Class Sponsor, Assembly Committee.
MRS. MARY MORELAND Biology, Freshman Class Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor. Commencement.
MR. JONATHAN SOUTH Physics, General Science. Senior Class Sponsor, Folk Music Club Sponsor.
COL. STANLEY VOSPKR Biology, General Science. Superintendent Advisory Croup.
AFTKR HKAT1XG IT to 1926 degrees above zero, then cooling
it to 94 degrees below zero. Tommy Sampson is satisfied with some fiendish brew he has just perfected. Oh ves, it’s guaranteed to produce grades of 'C or better on all quizzes, if taken regularly as directed.
Now that the Space Age, with all of its scientific as well as mysterious implications, is rapidly becoming a reality, the various courses offered in the science department have become increasingly important. Several new study units have already been added in the past two or three years. In addition, a course in Biology Science Curriculum Study, as well as a new course in Earth Science, have lx cn added this year to the excellent program already offered by this department.
In addition, much new demonstration equipment, electrical improvements, and new and improved visual aids have been installed. All of these make it more possible for students to develop a better understanding of the basic and modem concepts in many of the scientific fields as well as their application to everyday living.
MISS LULA WHITTAKER MISS ELEANOR WATSON Cmcnl Science. Artronomy
Biology. (Huh Sponsor.
MR. HERBERT WOOLF Biology. Sophomore Class Sponsor.
MRS. DAVID WRIGHT Biology. General Science, Earth Science.
16MISS DOLLY CALLAHAN Social Studies Department Head. National Honor Society Sponsor.
MISS KATIIERYNE HAICII Social Studio. World Events Club Sponsor. EAA Reptesen-tative (Council.
MRS. RUTH ELGIN Social Studio. Red Cross Sponsor.
MRS. SANDRA LEARNED English. Social Studies.
miss i oh LICHTENBEBC Social Studies.
MR. DAVID LLOYD Social Studies. Cross Country. Winter Track. Spring Track.
MR. CHARLES McCLURC MISS GRACE PATCH
Sixial Studies. Sixial Studies, Senior Class
Sponsor, Caps and Gosvns Chairman.
MRS. ELGIN SEEMS pleased with the ropon'- } her class to the question, "Who became Emperor of Rome after the death of Rudolf Valentino? ’
SOCIAL STUDIES EXAMINE PAST AND PRESENT
As the tempo of history accelerates, the need to become not only aware but also understanding of our fellow man has become more evident. Seeking to build bridges of communication and not walls of indifference and prejudice. Social Studies has offered emphasis on common cultures and backgrounds through history, government, and psychology. Keeping in step with today’s world, increased stress has been placed on current events that continually change policies and political ideas. Casting a wary eye to the future while learning of the experiences of nations and people in the past, Social Studies continued to inform its students with its well-rounded curriculum. Understanding the pulse of history, past and present, the George Washington High School graduate is ready to face the world as an educated voter and a prudent citizen.
COL. E. C. VAN ORMAN MR. JURE SHIVER MRS. MERCEDES SIMPSON Sixial Studio. Attcmbly Corn-
Social Studio. Social Studio. Economics. mittcc Chairman.
MISS ELISE SCHARF Social Studio.
MRS. MARY VAN ORMAN Social Studio. EEA. VEA. NEA, Memlxrship Ciwnmittcc Chairman. National Education Week Chairman. Superintendent' Advitory Council.
MR. LOUIS SCHREINER Social Studio, Raichall, Head Coach.
MR. ROBERT YEAGER Social Studio. United Nation Content Chairman.
17LANGUAGE STUDENTS SEEK COMPREHENSION
MISS ALBERTA GRANT - Lamruag' l rpartmrnt French. French Club $por. iar, City Chairman. Lan-pufr.
MRS. NANCY BIRD Spanish, Frrnch.
MRS. MARJORIE EMM German. Humanities. German Club Sponsor. Ilmiunilin Team Sponsor.
MISS ISABELLE HALL Spanith, Spanith Honor Society Spontor.
MRS. CLARICE LYNN Spanish. Spanith Club Sponsor.
MISS JOYCE LIGGETT F-— - h. French Club Sponsor.
A TEACHER’S WORK is never done! Miss Hall works overtime. grading test papers to return the next day.
Trips outdoors to the Lingua Van were done away with this year. The language lab’s being moved indoors enabled potential linguists to parler francaise, sprechen Dcutsch, and to hablar espanol in the warmth of the building.
The Language Department continued to expand its curriculum with the addition of second-year German. French. Spanish, and Latin are the other languages taught.
"DO YOU HEAR the music too?" asks Darlene Mil ward as Daily Painter and Vicky Peek seem to he enjoying something l e-sides response drills.
MISS KAREN SOXOSKY Spanish, Faculty Council. Freshman Cheerleader Spontor, Superintendent'' Advisory (Committee.
MRS. AYLETT SUHR Latin. Sophomore Clan Sponsor. Latin Club Sponsor.
18MRS. WATKINS SMITH Buiinnt Education Depart-m -nt Head. Office Training, rrical Office Practice. EAA R- preventative.
MISS BETTY COE Bookkeeping. Shorthand. General Buiinru, FBI.A Spon-
MBS. SUSAN DeMEI.FI Typing, Shorthand.
MRS. MARIE GILMORE General Butinett, Notehand. Typing. PTA Secretary. EAA Reprrientativc.
A shorthand laboratory including thirty IBM Selcctric typewriters and a 402 IBM accounting machine were additions to the Business Education Department this year. Continually updating its teaching methods, the department is realizing its goal of preparing its students for positions in an ever-changing business world.
The department’s work programs again proved successful with students attending classes in the mornings and gaining valuable on-the-job training in the afternoons.
College lxiund students also t x k advantage of Business Educations’ courses and made it the school’s most popular elective department.
MISS SANDRA HAMMER Typing. Shorthand. Bounce I-aw. Clats Ring .
MISS MARY HATWOOD Clerical Office Practice. T p. ing. General Bu ine«t, Faculty Council Reprr entat» e. Chairman Clerical Office Practice. Sophomore Gan Spontor.
BUSINESS COURSES TRAIN NEW EXECUTIVES
MRS. NANCY HENRY Typing. Shorthand, Senior Cia» Spontor.
MRS. AHDITH MORRIS Typing.
MISS IANET HOLTER ( Irricftl Office Practice . Typing, Freihman Clan Spontor.
MRS. SANDRA MORRISSKTTE Bookkeeping, Clerical Office-Practice. School Bank, FBI.A Spontor.
MRS. PAMELA LYNCH limine Arithmetic. General Butinett.
MRS. DORIS WEBB Typing. Faculty Council.
DONNA HUSH AND Delaney Mayo arc preparing the 402 Accounting Machine for one of it numerous operation-.PHYSICAL EDUCATION ENCOURAGES EXERCISE
With primary goal of physical fitness for all students. Physical Education Department continued to expand •' diversified program with a comprehensive study in golf and tennis.
In its second year, the Student Leaders’ Program continued to develop leadership qualities in Juniors and Seniors who have exhibited outstanding abilities in this department.
MR ALBERT DORAN'
. -.1 Education and Ath-■ • 1 Department IK'.wl. City Chairman Health. Ph ncal Education. Athletic and Driver Training.
MR. SAM DIXON Driver Education. Head Foot-hall Coach. MmoCram Cluh Sponsor.
MR. WILLIAM BLAIR Phv vicul Education, Vanity Football Coach.
MR RALPH FOX
Phv steal Education. Head Wmtlini Coach, Freshman Football Ccuch.
MRS. JUNE CLARKE Phyvic.il Education. Cheer-leaden Sponior.
MRS MARY ROCERS Physical Education. PE De-
Krtment Assistant Chairman, tramuralt. CAA.
MR. VERNON CLARKE Physical Education. Gymnastics Coach, Superintendent" Advisory Council.
MR. ELMO STANLEY Phv deal Education. JV Football Head Coach.
HICK JENKTNS SKIRTS END anti evades ladders in a wild touch football game.
MISS ANNE THOMAS Physical Education. GAA, Girl " Intramural .
MRS. BARBARA WOODS Phyvical Education. GAA. Girlv' Intramural .
MR. THOMAS WRISTON Ph lical Education, Freshman Basketball Coach, Assistant Track Coach.
MISS SALLY ZACHARY Physical Education, Cheerleader Sponsor.MR. CHARLES DRURY MR. CEORCE GROVE MR. THOMAS HOLMS
Industrial Education Depart- Woodworking. Plastics. Mechanical Unwinj, Archi-
■ iscnt Head, Printing, Faculty tectural Drawing.
EXPERIENCE OFFERED BY INDUSTRIAL ARTS
PICTURED ARE, Front Row: Michael Conner, James Florence. Second Row: George Cox, Phillip Rich, Wayne Settle, ami John Faulds with the X scale model 190! Oldsmohile, constructed by the Machine Shop.
Encompassing the technological development of the • ident, the Industrial Arts Department offered practical vperience and trade training. Whether it was in printing, Vctricity, wood-working, mechanical drawing, or a part-• me job after school, basic skills, that may prove useful in future occupation, are developed.
Offering academic and medical assistance, the school's rarians and nurse have lx en a very real part in all of r lives. Mrs. Seay, Mrs. Drury, and Mrs. Key were al-sy willing to aid in our conquest for knowledge. If the - ad ever did get rough. Mrs. Carr was always near to ■:re any ailments, real or imaginary.
MR WILLIAM ASHLEY
Vocational Oilier Training. VOT Sponsor.
MR. WILBERT HARRIS Industrial Cooperative Training.
MR. ERWIN’ PRICKETT General Shop, General Metals, Machine Shop, Junior Class Sponsor.
MR. FLOYD MASON Industrial Cooperative Training. ICT Sponsor.
MR. HARRY RICER Electricity. Faculty Council. JV Baseball.
MR. BENTON MILES Distributive Education. DE Sponsor.
MRS. VIRCINIA CARR Nurse.
MRS. DORCAS DRURY Librarian.
MRS. DOROTHY KEY Librarian.
MRS. MARY SEAY Librarian.
21KITCHEN WIZARDS MAKE TEMPTING DISHES
MRS DELORES COLBERT ( ilrtmj Worker.
MRS. DOROTHY DAVIS Cafeteria Worker.
MRS. LILY MAE DUTY Cashier.
MRS. MATTIE CORDER
MRS. LILY MYERS Serser.
MRS. YOULDA SCAFFIDO Server.
MRS. ETHEL WELLS Dietitian.
MRS. RUTH SII.BERT Cashier.
MRS. MARY WHEELER Cashier.
MRS. ELIZABETH SMITH Server.
MRS. DOROTHY WORRELL Server.
MRS. EDITH HALL Cook.
MRS. CARRIE M IRIXOFF Cafrteiia Worker.
MRS. MARY SOMMERS C.ifiteiia Worker.
MRS. HELEN' WRIGHT Baker.
22MR. LEWIS RIGSBY Building Staff.
MR. FRED IMVII) Building Staff
MRS. KATIE GAMBLE Building Staff.
MR HARVEY HALEY Building Staff.
MR. ALLEN BAILEY Building Staff.
MRS. INDIANA JACKSON Building Staff.
MR. WILLIAM LANDRUM Night Watchman
MR. JAMES MILLER Building Staff.
JOHN POLLARD Building Staff.
MR. ROBERT HALEY Building Staff.
BROOMS AND BUFFERS BRIGHTEN CLASSROOMS
ARCHIE POWELL Building Staff.
MANUEL POWELL Building Staff.
MR CLARENCE ROBINSON Building Staff.
MR. GEORGE SPARKS Building Staff Superintendent
MR. LOUIS WALKER Building Staff.
MR. WILLIAM WESTRAY Building Staff.
MR ARCHER MILLIGAN Book room.
MRS. REBA AXELSON Central Book room.
MRS ELEANOR HARVEY
Central Book room.
MRS. ELEANOR McCHEE Central Book room.
2324TIME is a prime element in the life of all GW students. With graduation, Seniors can look back with pride at the TIME given toward that final climax of their high school careers. Juniors recall the TIME spent in anticipation of the arrival of their class rings. Sophomores can remember the effort spent creating better dances. Certainly, we all remember how quickly the hours passed during our first days as Freshmen.
25A MEASURE OF A SCHOOL IS ITS PLACE
STUDENT LIFE IS A CHANCE
The 1966 COMPASS Staff thought that it was high time they took notice of that particular aspect of school and the school year that we call Student Life. It is the nature of Student Life that it is undcfinable. It is found wherever one finds students. It is often overlooked, but school would not lx the same without it. It is happiness, sadness, pride, every conceivable feeling and emotion. It is even.- imaginable act and every imaginable person. It is that one quantity that transforms school from brick and steel into the moving, changing, bustling institution that it is. It is nothing and it is everything. It is to be appreciated.
A HANDY TELEPHONE, a bit of nourishment, a soft nig and her copy of the COMPASS seem to provide Debby Paul with a reasonable facsimile of paradise on earth.
TO LEARN . ..
TO RELAX . ..
TO STUDY . . .
IF THERE IS much in this school that is trite or commonplace, there is far more that holds the unhindered power to fascinate and enthrall. John Conner is not the first to find that power.
TO STRETCH . . .
JOHN SPEER HAS sought out the tomb-like silence of the Lindsey Auditorium to study, confident that Ik will soon be able to face his teachers with a smile, and the right answers.
WE MAY NEVER wholly understand the science of knuckle-cracking, but we hold high hopes that Al Altizcr will lx able to explain it to us.
26IN THE LIVES OF THOSE WHO ATTEND IT
TO ARRIVE, RAIN . . .
DEBORAH THOMAS HAS struggled through the ceaseless drizzle and the pre-dawn darkness of an autumn morning to face the daily routine with spirits, though little else, undampened.
TENSION RUNS HIGH as Lani Novak, heroine of the German Club Play, pleads with the stem hurgomeister. Scooter Husbands, to be permitted to many the man she loves.
TO ACT . . .
AND TO ACHIEVE.
OR SHINE . . .
CLEAR WEATHER BRINGS Athol Mellot, one of GW’s growing family of scooter jockies, careening into the parking lot.
AUSTIN SCHMIDT JOINS the long lists of GW’s excellent as Mr. Lloyd recognizes his Cross Country participation in a school where achievement is at no premium.
27CLASS OF ’66 HAS ABILITY FOR LEADERSHIP
PUNKY WOOLLUM President
JEANETTE RICE Vice-President
DIANNA CWIN Secretary
ACADEMICS AND ACTIVITIES OCCUPY THE SENIORS' TIME
The beginning of the high school career four years ago was an important event in the lives of our 1966 graduates. Even though few people could feel strange in a school so much a part of the community as GW, this class still had to overcome the usual problems of floundering Freshmen. They accepted that first frightful year as a time for orientation, learning of traditions, and selection of the curriculum.
As sophisticated Sophomores, they conducted benefit dances and continued in their academics and other activities.
Proving to the judicious Juniors, the class overcame some early financial difficulties by sponsoring a car wash and several more dances, including the Junior-Senior Prom. They later sent representatives to Boys’ and Girls’ State.
During their final year of high school, as in the preceding three, our superior Seniors have shown themselves to bo outstanding students and citizens. They started with a Big Brother and Big Sister program for assisting the Freshmen. Through class meetings, wise plans were made for the rest of the year. After tactfully defeating a controversial plan to revise Senior Day, they made that occasion a great success. The class provided candidates for the team appearing on the television show “It’s Academic.” Then some of the Seniors sweated through college board exams.
The trip to New York, the Senior Play; and the Senior Prom were highlights of this memorable year, which culminated in the June commencement of the Class of 1966.
28BESSIE ADAMS YULAXDA ALEXANDER
NEALE AINSFIELD CHARLES ALLEN
AUDREY AKINS MARSHA ALLEN
BUD ALEXANDER JAY ANDERSON
KYIRACOS ANTHONY DENNIS ARMSTRONG
BARBARA ARTHUR CHARLENE ATHEY
SUSIE ARMSTRONG GERRY AYRES
MARY ARNETT AUDREY BABER
29SANDY BABER EDDIE BASHAM
JAMES BAER EVELYN BEALL
ROBERT BARENTINE CRACC BENDER
KATHY BERNIER THEODORE BOUK
DIANE BERRY CAROL BOWMAN
LINDA BERRY GWENDOLYN BOYD
ANDREA BIRRELL FRANCES BOYLE
30SENIORS PRACTICE DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT
MIKE ERWIN PROVES to lx- the cause of conflict as he brilliantly makes his point concerning plans for activities of the Senior Class.
“BUT LET'S BE REASONABLE about this.” l ogs Senior Class President Punky Woollum, as he and Mrs. ilouchins face the angry mob at a Senior assembly.
NORTON BRAGG MARIE BRAUN EILEEN BRASSEUR JEROME BROOKS
JOHN BROOKS GLENN BROWN JUDY BROWN WILLIAM BRYANT
31JACK BUNS VAN BUNCH JOYCE BURCHAM
KAREN BURKE CAROL BURNHAM MARIE BURNLEY
SENIOR RESPONSIBILITIES PROVE REWARDING
JEANETTE CARR KENNETH CARYL PAMELA CASEYSUE CASH
BILL CASON ELOUISE CLOUD
DIANNE CHAMBERS JANICE CHAPPELL
CAROLYN COCKERELL CAROLYN COCKERILLE
SANDY COFFEY STEVE COFFMAN GAIL COLE
LINDA COLEMAN LINDA COMBS MICHAEL CONNER
DARLENE CONNOR DIANA COOK BARBARA COOMBS
33AFS PROGRAM CLOSES SECOND YEAR AT GW
CARMEN OSORIO COMES AS A GUEST FROM PERU
The American Field Service was first active at GW in 1964-1965, when Chandra Madan came to us from India. The program was an outstanding success, and it was repeated this year.
Last autumn, GW welcomed Carmen Osorio to the United States from South America. Carmen was born in Lima, Peru, moving to Arcquipa, her present home, in 1961. She is an eighteen-year-old graduate of Sacred Heart, an all-girl Catholic school in Arequipa.
In addition to Alexandria, Carmen has visited Miami, Jacksonville, New York and Boston (where she was fascinated by the subways). While attending CW, she stayed with the Dombroski and Scripture families. Included in her subjects this year were English, U.S. 6c Va. Government. Speech, and Home Economics, and she was a member of the World Events Club and the Pep Club.
It has been a great pleasure to have Carmen Osorio with us this year. She has called the AFS program “wonderful,” and we wholeheartedly agree. We wish it continued success and hope it is active at our school for many years to come.
EXCHANGE STUDENT CARMEN OSORIO addresses the student Ixxly as Mike MeClintock and Steve Barnette listen attentively.
BEVERLY COPPACE DELORIS CRAFT
DENNIS CORDELL JAMES CRICHTON
GEORGE COX NANCY CROCKETT
34NICKI CROCHAN JOHN DAVIS
SHERRY CROYLE CARRIE DAWSON
JOYCE DAKIN BARBARA DAY
DIANNE DAVIS CATHERINE DEAN
35PAT DOSS MICHAEL ERWIN
SAINDRA DUVALL MICHAEL EVANS
PAUL HAVES LOUISE EEACANES
FREDERICK ELLIS RICHARD FEHR
MIKE FICKINGER DENNIS FOLEY
JIM FLORENCE FRAN FORAN
JOSEPH FLYNN LOUISE FORNES
SENIOR CLASS VISITS NEW YORK CITY
VICTORIA FOSS BOB FOSTER DONALD FRAZER
PAT CAU-ACIIER JAMES CHOI .SON BONNIE GINN HARRY COCHENOUR
LYNN GARTH REBECCA GILES MARSHA CLADNEY SL'SAN GORDON
37LINDA GORHAM CAROL GRAHAM NELSON GRAY
LANA GREENE STANLEY GREENE TERRY GREENE
DIANE CREENSPAN JEAN GRIFFIN ALAN GRIGGS
BETH CRUITS DIANNA CWIN
ANDRE HAMILTON CLAUDETTE HARE
TOURISTS? NO. JUST Debby Paul. Lani Novak. Dale Stewart, and Suzanne Swannell plotting a course for Senior Day.
38COUNTLESS HOURS OF WORK YIELD DIPLOMAS
THOMAS HAWLEY GENEVIEVE HLESLEY JAMES HEMEON
MAUREEN HENSLEY RONNIE HENSLEY JAMES HERBERT
JAMES HERL1CK ALAN HILE CINDY HIMESJOYCE 11 ITT LESLIE MOW AH D
LIZ HOLLOWAY BETTY HUDSON
EYEGLASSES HELP FRED SANTA CLAUS Salzinger road Christmas lists better, and here he delivers the goods to our Seniors.
JERRY HUDSON MABLE HUFF
SANDI HUTCHISON SHARON HUTCHISON
DORA HUNT JOANN JACKSON
LAWRENCE HURST JUDY JACKSON
40NIICHAKL JACKSON MARY JOHNSON
JEAN KITE JACOBS SYLVIA JOHNSON
RICK JENKINS RAYMOND JENSEN
CULLEN JONES JOHN JONES
LINDA JONES PAMELA JONES
JANICE KEITH ALFRED KELLER
SANDRA JORDAN MICHAEL KELLEY
JAMES KADY ROBERT KELLY
RALPH KENDRICK RICHARD KLONOWSKI
BOBBIE KENNEDY DONNA KNAPP
ELIZABETH KIEFERLE PEGGY KNOERNSCHII.D
STEPHEN KINNETT JOAN KOZEL
ISABELLE KREBS MARY LAY
STEPHEN LaBATTE KATHY LEAVENS
MARGIE LAPE BETH’ LESS
MAUREEN LAWSON DAVID LIGGIO
42BOB FOSTER GIVES a Senior Day recital on the new organ in Irving Lindsey Auditorium.
RON DA LINDSAY DAVID LONGFELLOW
SHERRI LONDON GREC LOONEY
CALLIE LOVE BARBARA NLCOY
JEN LUCAS JUDITH MeFADDEN
JANET LUDLOW JODY McCOWAN
NflKE McCLINTOCK saundra McIntosh
43BEVERLY McKINNEY MARION McKNICHT ROBERTA McKNICHT
LOUIS MACKALL TONI MARCINKUS JOHN MARKIN
SENIORS FIND TIME FOR VARIOUS ACTIVITIES
LINDA MARSH JAMES MARTIN NANCY MARTIN
RICHARD MATTHEWS RICHARD MATTOX KAREN MEDLIN
RICHARD MEITNER SUSAN MILES BEVERLY MILLERJON MILLER TRYP1IENE MILLER JOAN MILTON
KENNETH MIZUNO LARRY MOFFETT MARGARET MORAN
RICHARD MORRIS SANDY MORRIS JOSEPH MOTON
GWENDOLYN MULLINS BILLIE NEWBY
DARLENE MYERS WILLIAM NEWCOMB
ELLEN NALLS MARCIA NELSON
JAY NEWMAN JUDY NEWMAN
45FRAN NORMAN I.AM NOVAK BAIRD OLDFIELD
DORIS O'NEIL SUSAN O'NEIL BENITA ORSINI
CARMEN OSORIO JOHN OWEN DARLENE PACK
BOB PALMER WILLIE PARKER NANCY PATERSON
DEBORAH PAUL MARGARET PAYNE IRENE PEARSONWILLIAM PERKINS MARSHA PERRY CATHERINE PETERSON
PATRICIA PETTIT MARCIE PFEIFF JANIE PFEIFF
SENIORS HOPE FOR COLLEGE AND A CAREER
HAROLD PITTA CURTIS PITTMAN KAY POLLARD
RICHARD POOLE JOSEPH POPADEN RONALD POWERS
KATHY PRISAZNICK EDWARD PRITCHETT LINDA PROCTORDURING A CLASS of the now college preparatory English taught by Mr. Gregory, Bob Slate expounds on his favorite Shakespearian character, for the benefit of classmate Becky Giles.
LYNN PURDY ELLEN RAMSEY
GWENDOLYN RANDOLPH GREG REAMY
MARY RHODES JEANETTE RICE
WAYNE RENNER ROBERT REYNOLDS
HARRY RICHARDSON DIANE RILEY
48WAYNE RITCHIE SHARON RUPPKRT
MARIE ROBERTSON DONNA RUSH
GERALD ROSS JANET RUSSEU.
KENNETH ROSS MATENIA SAKEL
ERED SALZINCER LINDA SANDERSON
LINDA SAMPSON SANDY SASSOON
DORA SANDERS FRANK SCAFFIDO
JAMES SANDERS SANDY SCAFFIDO
49CHRIS SCHLAC KAREN SCHNETZLER CARY SEANION MARVIN SETTLE
WESLEY SCHMIDT NORMA SCRIPTURE CAROL SEDBERRY MYRON SHAFER
CHERYL SHEPHERD JOE SHERIDAN
RONNIE SHIPE JOANN SILLIMAN
"WHAT! A TEST on Senior Day!” exclaims Louise Fomes from under her nightcap.
50SUSAN SILLIMAN ROBERT SLATE BERT SMITH DEBORAH SMITH
MARION SIMPSON AL SMITH CONSTANCE SMITH JAMES SMITH
JOHN SMITH STEVE SMITH I.VNDA SNYDER RICHARD SPEER
LINDA SMITH NOVELLA SM SALLY SOLES FLOYD SPICER
31WENDY SP1LLAN CARY SPITTLE HERBER T STANFIELD
DALE STEWART SIIARON STINNETTE JOHN STUDDS
SUZANNE SWANELL HOB SWEENY SARAH SWEENEY
MICHAEL SUAREZ KATHLEEN SUPRISE LINDA SUTTON
SHERRY SWEENEY WILLIAM SWISHER DIANA THODOSBOBBY TURNER LaVERNE TYLER PAMELA TYLER
SENIOR MEMORIES WILL LAST MANY YEARSGREG WALTHALL RONALD ward
STEVE WANNALL JOSEPH WARREN-
GALE WANZER KYLE WARREN
DANNY WARD MARY WATFORD
JEANETTE WATSON DON WEBSTER
CHARLES WEBB CAROLINE WEDDING
WESLEY (SCHMIDT) OF ARABIA and Don Moffitt appear on Senior Day in search of an oasis, but find the Guidance Office instead.
54BRENDA WELCH LITIIER WELLS
SUSAN WILKS PATRICIA WILLIAMS
PHYLLIS WELLS PATRICIA WILLIAMSON
BEVERLY WILHOIT WILLIAM WILLIS
ZILLA WILLOUGHBY DIANE WILSON
PAULETTE WILSON GWENDOLYN WINSTON
LARRY WILSON CHARLOTTE WOLFFORD
PAULETTE C. WILSON PAMELA WOODSIDE
55Mrs. Meadows, Mrs. Apperson, Mrs. Ilouchins, Jeannette Rice, Karen Medlin, Funky Wnollum, Jane Pfeiff, Kathy Bernier, and
Dianna Cwin enjoy a thrilling round in tire finals of the Intramural Musical Chairs.
CEORCE WOOLS m i a WRIGHT ROBERT YEDNOCK
FUNKY WOOLLUM EDDIE WRICHT STEFHEN YUHASZ
MARY WORLEY BOBBY YATES CARL ZUIDEMA
BERNICE WORTHY WILLIAM YATESBEST LOOKING Steve Barnette Sherry Croyle
BEST ALL-AROUND Punky Woollum Kathy Bernier
Boh Gibson Ann Truly
LUMINARIES SELECTED BY JUNE GRADUATES
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Mike McClintock Cathy Haringcr
Bob Foster Beth Gruits
ADAMS. BESSIE. Band. Secretary, Debating Team.
AIXSFIELD, NEALE. S.C.A. Representative, German Club, J.V. Track, Freshman Football.
ALEXANDER. BUD. S.C.A. Representative, P.E. Student Leader, Monogram Club. J.V. Football, Varsity Football, Varsity Grew.
ALEXANDER. YULANDA ALLEN, CHARLES ALLEN. MARSHA ANDERSON, JAY
ANTHONY, KYIRACOS, S.C.A. Representative, Cold Hammer Award—Outstanding Shop Student.
ARMSTRONG, DENNIS. Latin Club, S.C.A. Representative, J.V. Football, J.V. Track. J.V. Wrestling, J.V. Crose Country.
ARNETT. MARY, S.C.A. Representative. Red Cross Club.
ARTHUR. BARBARA, Junior Clays Board. Pep Club. World Events Club.
ATHEY. CHARLENE. F.B.L.A. Pep Club, World Events Club, S.C.A. Representative. AYERS, CERRY. Folk Music Club, President; Drama Club, Girls’ State.
BABER. AUDREY, Art Club. C.A.A., Treasurer: Red Cross Club.
BABER, SANDY, S.C.A. Representative, Pep Club. F.B.L.A., C.A.A., F.H.A. BAER. JAMES, Latin Club. J.V. Crew. BARENTINE, ROBERT, LC.T. BARNETTE. STEPHEN, Vice-President. Freshman Class; Secretary, Sophomore Class; President. Junior Class; Pep Club; Executive Committee, Student Council; Vice-President. Student Council; Sophomore Class Board; Junior Pass Board; Chairman, American Field Service Program; Certificate of Merit. Optimist Oratorical Contest; J.V. Football; J.V. Baseball.
BASHAM. EDDIE. J.V. Football. Varsity Football, J.V. Baseball, Varsity Baseball, Monogram Club.
BEALL, LYNNE, Pep Club, Red Cross Club. Latin Club, Surveyor Staff. BENDER. CRACC. I.C.T. BERKSTRESSER. JACQUELINE, S.C.A. Representative, Red Cross Club, Hall Monitor.
BERNIER. KATHY. French Club, Treas-urer; C.A.A. President; S.C.A. Secretary-Treasurer; Secretary, Junior Class; S.C.A. Representative: Pep Club; Girls' State; Snow Queen Attendant.
BERRY. DIANE, D.E.
BERRY, LINDA. D.E., I.C.T.
BIRREI.L. ANDREA. Girls’ Chonis; Folk Music Club: Red Cross Club; Pep Club, ROUK. THEODORE, J.V. Football. Visits Football, Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Gymnastics.
BOWMAN. CAROL. F.B.L.A.. V.O.T. BOYD, CWYNDOLYN S.C.A Represen-i !:■.! F BE.A.
BOYLE FRANCES. S.C.A. Representative. BRAGG, NORTON. S.C.A. Representative, Bind. Pep Club.
BRASSEUR. EILEEN BRAUD. MARI; G v. Sci-
ence Club. German Club. S.C.A. Representative. Music Club.
BROOKS. JEROME. Vanity Track; J.V. Cn s Varsity Cross Countrv; Monogram Club.
BROOKS. JOHN, J.V. Track. Varsity Track, J.V. Cross Country, Varsity Cross Country. Monogram Club.
BROWN. GLENN, Varsity Basketball. BROWN. JUDI, S.C.A. Representative; Pep Club.
BRYANT. WILLIAM, I.C.T.
BUNCH, VAN, J.V. Baselxall.
BURCHAM. JOYCE. Quill Scroll. Vice-President; G.A.A.; World Events Club; Rep Qub; Fife Drum Vorps, s Representative; Surveyor, News Editor; Bible Club. Letter of Commendation-National Merit Scholarship; First and Second Place Bake-a-Thon.
BURKE. KAREN. Pep Club, Spanish Club; Varsity Cheerleader, G.A.A.
BURNHAM. CAROL. O.A.A., F.T.A.,
F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Pep Club. S.C.A. Representative.
BURNLEY, MARIE. I.C.T.
BURTON. AUBREY. S.C.A. Representative, Folk Music Club. Delate Team. IX‘-hating Award, Red Cross Club, Varsity Football. J.V. Track. Varsity Track, J.V. Cross-Country, Varsity Cross-Country.
BURTON. ROBERT. Varsity Football. BUSH. CLAY’, IVp Club, Student I-eader, P.E., J. V. Baseball, Varsity Basel all. J.V. Basketl all, Monogram Club.
BYRNE. BARBARA. O.A.A.. Drama Club. Pop Club. Red Cross Club.
CARR. JEANETTE. F.B.L.A.
CARYL. Ki 1 1H. Art Club. Art Honor Society, Pep Club. J.V. Wrestling.
CASH. SUE. F.H.A . Spanish Honor So-cicty. Surveyor Staff. Girls’ State Alternate. CASON. BIEL. I.C.T., Freshman Football. J.V. Football, Varsity Football. CHAMBERS. 1)1 E, LC.T. CHAPPELL. JANICE. Girls’ State; Quill 6c Palm. Secretary; Red Cross Club; French Club: Academic Letter, 1963-04.
CHIN. EDWARD. LC.T.
CLOUD. ELOUISE COCKERELL, CAROLYN COCKERILLE, CAROLYN COFFEY’, SANDY’. Sophomore Class Board: Freshman Class Board: S.C.A. Representative, Pep Club, Honor Award—Advanced Typing.
COFFMAN. STEVE. LC.T.
COLE. GAIL. V.O.T.
COMBS. LINDA, F.B.L.A., Junior Band, Varsity Cheerleader.
CONNOR. DARLENE. F.B.L.A., Bet! Cross Club.
CONNOR. MICHAEL. LC.T.
COOK. DIANNA, G.A.A.. Red Cross Club,
COOMBS. BARBARA, V.O.T.
COOPER, BETTY, F.B.L.A.
COPPACE. BEVERLY CORDELL. DENNIS. S.C.A. Representative. Student Lender, P.E., Pep Club; Quill Palm, Vice-President; Spanish Honor Society, Vice-President; Academic
Letter, Boys’ state, J.V. Football.
CRADDOCK. STEVE, Sophomore Class Board; Junior Class Board; S.C.A. Representative; Monogram Club; Pep Club; J.V. Football; Varsity Football; J.V. Crew; Vursitv Crew.
CRAFT. DEI.OR IS. F.B.L.A. Pep Club. CRICHTON, JAMES, sc A Representative; Student Leader, P.E.; Monogram Chib; J. V. Football. Vanity Crew. CROCKETT. NANCY, Red Cross Club.
F. B.L.A., Pep Club.
CROGHAX. NICKI. World Events Club;
Compass, Ad Staff; Debate Club.
CROYLE. SHERRY. S.C.A. Representative; Sophomore Board. Junior Board, Varsity Cheerleader, Footlull Queen. DAKIN, JOYCE. Red Cross Club. F.T.A.,
G. A.A., Drama Club. Pep Club.
DA is di r. Choir, l).E. club. DAVIS, JOHN, Band.
DAWSON, CARRIE. Bible Club. Spanish Club. Quill 6c Palm, Parliamentarian, Spanish Honor Society, Red Cross Club, Chemistry Assistant.
DAY. BARBARA. Hall Monitor.
DEAN, CATHERINE. Freshman Girls’ Ghoms, Advanced Girls’ Chorus, D.E. D’ELIA, JOHN, Monogram Club, Varsity Track.
DEWITT. MIKE. DO. Club, Junior Class Board. Varsity Crew.
DIAMOND. KEITH, S.C.A. Representative, J.V. Basketball.
DICICCO, DONALD. Sophomore Class Board.
DICKERSON. HILDA, Reserve Band. DICKSON, LIZ, sc a Representative, World Events Club. Pep Club, Junior Class Board. Drama Club President.
DIXON. SANDRA, Typing certtfcate. Academic I at ter.
DODD. SANDY, I.C.T.
DOSS, PAT, F.B.L.A., Attendance Office Worker.
DUVALL. SAUNDRA. Pep Club; F.T.A.; F.H.A.; F.B.L.A.; S.C.A. Representative; Typing Certificate; Bookkeeping Certificate. EAVES, PAUL, S.C.A. Representative. ELLIS. FREDERICK. Drama Club; Folk Music Club; Advanced Choir.
ERWIN, MICHAEL, Sophomore Glass Board; Latin Club; World Events Club; Quill and Palm; Spanish Honor Society, Treasurer; National Forensic League. EVANS. MICHAEL, J.V. Wrestling; Varsity Wrestling.
FEACANES. LOUISE, F.H.A.
FEHR. RICHARD, World Events Club; French Club; Varsity Football.
FERRELL, SANDRA, Pep Club. FICKINGER, MIKE, J.V. Track. FLORENCE. JIM. Student Leader, P.E.; Freshman Football.
FLYNN, JOSEPH, D.E. Club; J.V. Football; J.V. Grew.
FLYNN. STEVE. Red Cross Club; D.E. Club; World Events Club.
FOLEY, DENNIS, J.V. Track.
FORAN, FRAN, Red Cross Club; Pep Club; Junior Class Board.
FORNES, LOUISE, V.O.T.; Spanish Honor Society.
FOSS, VICTORIA. French Club; Art Club; Little llatchet Staff; Compass Ad Staff; S.C.A. Representative; Academic I-ettcr; Quill 6: Scroll; Spanish Honor Society. FOSTER. ROB. S.C.A. Representative; President, Freshman Class; President, Sophomore Class; Treasurer, Junior Class; Freshman Football Captain; J.V. Football, Captain; Tennis Team; Monogram Club; D.E.; Varsity Football; J.V. Baseball; J.V. Basketball; Varsity Basketball.CLASS OF 1966
FRANCIS, PECCV, S.C.A. Representative; Pep Club. Publicity Chairman; Junior Class Board; J.V. Cheerleader; Advanced ('.iris’ Chorus; G.A.A.; Red Cross Club; Cirls’ State.
FRAZER, DONALD, Spanish Honor Society; Quill Palm; Quill Scroll; Sophomore Class Board; Little Hatchet, Business Manager 6c Assistant Editor; S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board; Academic Letter; Merit Scholarship, semi finalist; It’s Academic-NBC School Program; Varsity Track; Varsity Cross Country.
FREDETTE, PAUL, German Club; Junior Class Board; Freshman Class. Treasurer. FREEMAN, RICHARD GALLAGHER, PAT, S.C.A. Representative; I.C.T.
GARTH, LYNX, S.C.A. Representative; Sophomore Class Board: Red Cross Chib; Folk Music Club; Pep Club; junior Class Board; Dramatic Club.
CHOLSON, JAMES, S.C.A. Representative.
GILES. REBECCA, S.C.A. Representative; Red Cross Club; Grounds Committee; Pep Club; Quill 6c Palm, Historian.
GINN, BONNIE. S.C.A. Representative; Red Cross (dub; Student Leader, P.E. GLADNEY, MARSHA, F.B.L.A. Red Cross Club; F.H.A.; Girls' Chonis; D.E. COCHENOUR. HARRY, S.C.A. Representative; Pep Club; D.O. Club; J.V. Crew. GORDON, SUSAN. S.C.A. Representative; Junior ('lass Board: Latin (dub; World Events Club; Pep Club; Red Cross Club. GORHAM. LINDA. S.C.A. Representative; Pom-Pom (-iil; Surveyor, Business Manager; F.B.L.A., President: Pep Club; Sophomore Class Board; Girls’ State.
GRAHAM, CAROL, F.H.A.; Lattin Club. GRAY, NELSON GREENE, LANA, I.C.T.
GREENE. STANLEY, S.C.A. Representative; Orchestra; Varsity Football; Varsity Wrestling.
GREENE. TERRY. Band; Pep Club; J.V. Football; Varsity Football; Varsity Wrestling.
GREENSPAN, DIANE, F.T.A. S.C.A. Representative; Red Cross Club; Spanish Honor Society: G.A.A.: Pep Club. GRIFFIN. JEAN, Fife Drum Corps; Orchestra.
GRIGGS, ALAN, D.E. Club.
CRUITS, BETH. SCA Representative; Sophomore Class Board; Junior Class Board; Pep Club.
CWLN. DIANNA. Secretary Senior Class; I.V. Cheerleader. Captain; Varsity Cheerleader. Captain; Pep Club; Compass Ad Staff; Junior Class Board.
H Will.TON. ANDRE HARE, CLAUDETTE HARIXCER, CATHY, World Events Club, Treasurer; Spanish Honor Society, Secretary; Quill 6c Palm; Treasurer; German Club, Vice-President; Pep Club; Girls’ State; Academic I at ter, 1964-65.
HARRIS. LILLIAN. Majorette; Drum Major, Cheerleader; Gymnastic Club. HARRISON. RONNIE. Sophomore Class Board: Junior Class Board; J.V. Football; Varsity Football; J.V. Baseball; J.V. Basketball; Varsity Track.
HARVEY, MARY, Rid Cross Club; Compass Ad Staff; Pep Club.
IIASSMER, STEPHEN, World Events Club, Vice-President; Pep Club, Co-Chairman: Band, Vice-President; Debate Club; Quill 6c Scroll; Spanish Club, Treasurer; Academic Achievement Award; All-State Band; Boys’ State.
HAWES, TOM, J.V. Footlxdl.
HAWLEY, THOMAS, S.C.A. Representative; Spanish Club; Quill 6c Palm, President; Surveyor Staff; J.V. Football; Varsity Football.
IIELSLEY, CENVIEVE, G.A.A. V.O.T.; F.H.A.
IIEMEON, JIM. Junior Class Board; Surveyor, Sports Editor; Pep Club; Fife 6c Drum Corps, Honor Guard; Boys’ State; Varsity Football, Manager; Varsity Track; Varsity Cross Country.
HENSLEY, MAUREEN, V.O.T., F.B.L.A.;
HENSLEY. RONNIE HERBERT, JAMES, S.C.A. Representative; J.V. Football; Varsity F«x)thall. HERI.ICK, JAMES IDLE, ALAN
HIMES, CINDY, S.C.A. Representative; Sophomore Class Board; Junior Class Board.
IIFIT. JOYCE. I.C.T.; G.A.A.
HOLLOWAY, 1.1 .. World Events Club;
German Club, Secretary; Pep Club; G.A.A. HOWARD. LESLIE, I.C.T.
HUDSON. BETTY, F.H.A., Treasurer. HUDSON. JERRY. S.C.A. Representative; Surveyor Staff; Monogram Club, Treasurer; .V. Football; Varsity Football; J.V. Base-Mil; Varsity Track.
HUFF. MABLE, French Club; F.H.A.. Secretary; Student Council. Treasurer. HUMPHREY. BETTY, Latin Club; F.H.A. HUNT, DORA
HURST. LAWRENCE, Varsity Gvmnas-
HUTCHISON. SANDI. F.B.L A. HUTCHISON. SHARON, V.O.T. JACKSON. JOANN. F.B.L.A.; F.H.A.; Pep Club; G.A.A.; Band; Red Cross Club. JACKSON, JUDY JACKSON, MICHAEL JACOBS. JEANETTE. F.B.L.A. lVp Club; I.C.T.; G.A.A.; F.H.A.; Red Cross Club. JENKINS. RICK. J.V. Football. Vanity Football; J.V. Baseball; Vanity Baseball. JENSEN, RAYMOND, Latin Club. JOHNSON, MARY, F.H.A.; F.B.L.A. JOHNSON, SYLVIA, Band.
JONES. CULLEN, Latin Club. Vice-President; Quill 6c Scroll; Editor, Last Will £' Testament; Pep Club, World Events Club; Compass Staff: Sophomore Class Board; S.C.A. Representative; Cafeteria Monitor. JONES, JOHN. Latin Club; Varsity Football; Varsity Baselxall; Varsity Wrestling. JONES, LINDA
JONES. PAMELA. G.A.A.; F.B.L.A. JORDAN SANDRA. Pep Club; G.A.A.; F.B.L.A.; Red Cross Club; F.T.A.; F.H.A. Pom-Pom Girl: Junior Class Board. KADY, JAMES, French Club; World Events Club; Astronomy Club.
KEITH, JANICE, Pep Club; Red Cross Club.
KELLER. ALFRED, J.V. Footlgdl; Varsity Football; J.V. Track; Monogram Club. KELLEY, MICHAEL, J.V. Crew; Science Club.
KELLY, ROBERT. Junior Class Board; S.C.A. Representative; Compass Staff, Sports Editor; Varsity Football; J.V. Football. Vanity Crew.
KENDRICK, RALPH KENNEDY. BOBBI, V.O.T.
KIEFERLE, ELIZABETH, G.A.A. World Events Club: French Club; S.C.A. Representative; Little Hatchet. Business Manager; Pep Club; Art Club.
KIN NETT, STEPHEN, S.C.A. Representative; J.V. Football; Varsity Football. J.V. Basketball.
KLONOWSKI, RICHARD. World Events Club.
KNAPP, DONNA, Red Cross Club. Junior Class Board; D.E. Club, President. KNOERNSCHILD, PEGGY. S.C.A. Representative; Majorette; Red Cross Club; G.A.A.; Science Award.
KOZEL. JOAN, Pep Club: Red Cross. World Events Club; S.C.A. Representative.
KREBS, ISABELLE, Little Hatchet.
Editor-in-Chicf; Surveyor; Compass, Ad Staff; World Events Club; Quill 6c Scroll. Si-cretary-Treasurer; German Club: French Club; Folk Music Club.
LABATTE, STEPHEN I.APE, MARGIE. Clinic Worker. LAWSON, MAUREEN, S.C.A. Representative: Pep dub: F.T. A ., Pom-1 Girl; Red Cross Club; Sophomore Class Board; Junior Class Board; Choir: Treasurer; Girls' State; Advanced Girls' Chonis; Vice-President: Grounds Committee, Chairman.
LAY, MARY. World Events Club: French Club.
LEAVENS, KATHY. S.C.A. Representative; Surveyor Staff; Pep Club: G.A.A. World Events Club; Art Club; Junior Class Board.
LESS. BETTY. F.B.L.A.. Treasurer: Red Cross Club; I.C.T.
LIGCIO. DAVID, French Club; Folk Music Club, Secretary; Drama Club. LINDSAY. RON DA. Junior Class Board; F.B.L.A.; Pep Club.
LONDON. SHERRI. S.C.A. Representative; Rid Cross Club; Junior Class Board;
F. B.L.A.; Pep Club.
LONGFELLOW, DAVID, Compass. Editor-in-Chief; Debate Club. President; Quill 6c Scroll; Drama Club; World Events (dub, Vice-President; National Forensic League; S.C.A. Representative; Senior Class Board; It’s Academic-NBC Student Program; Youth Wants to Know Panelist, Boys’ State.
LOVE, CALLIE. Folk Music Club;
G. A.A.; Advanced Cirls’ Chonis, Vice-President.
LUCAS, JEN, French Club; Art Club; World Events Club; Compass, Ad Staff; Quill 6s- Scroll. President; Drama Club; Pep Club; Little Hatchet, Poetry Editor. LUDLOW, JANET. S.C.A. Representative; Bible Club; Girls' Chonis; V.O.T. McCLINTOCK, MIKE, President. Student Council; Thespians. Vice-President; Quill 6c Scroll; World Events Club, Treasurer: National Forensic League; Compass Staff: Sports Editor; Debate Club, Vice-President; Harvard B x k Award; Senior Propliecy Editor; J.V. Crew; Varsity Tennis.
59McFADDEN, JUDITH, Pop Chib; World
Ev»-nt% Club; S.C.A. Representative; Drama Club; Surveyor Staff; French Club; Com- 1 Staff; Majorette; F.II.A.. Vice i n Ml :it. F.N.A.
MtGOWAX, JODY, Folk Music Club. Spanish Club; Pep Club; Drama Club; ('.iris' State. Alternate.
McIntosh, saundra. Pep club.
McKINNEY, BEVERLY, Red Cross Club; Pep Club; Cadets.
McKNICHT, MARION, Bantl.
MACKELL. LOUIS. J.V. Track; Varsity-Track; J.V. Cross-Country; Monogram Club; Spanish Club; Spanish Honor
MARCINKUS. TONI. S.C.A. Representa-tive: Sophomore Clavs Board; F.B.L.A.
MARKIN. JOHN, Latin Club; World Events Club; Drama Club; Pep Club;
MARSH. LINDA. Pep Club: G.A.A.; Red CrosN Club; Hall Monitor; Advanced Cirls’
MARTIN. JAMES. I.C.T. Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Latin Club; Freshman Football.
MARTIN, NANCY. D.E.
MATTOX. RICHARD. I.C.T. Club. President: Pep Club; S.C.A. Representative. MEDLIX. KAREN. S.C.A. Representative; Pep Club; World Events Club; Latin Club; Surveyor Staff; Girls' State.
MEITNER, RICHARD MILES, SUSAN
MILLER, BEVERLY, F.B.L.A. Vice-
MILLER. JON, S.C.A. Representative;
T n; r Claw Board; J.V. Baseball. MILLER. TRYPHENE, C.A.A.; Folk Music Club; Pep Club; F.H.A.; Drama
MOFFETT. LARRY, D.E. Club; J.V. Wrestling.
MORAN. MARGARET. Drama Club; Bible Club: Latin Club; F.T.A.; Art Club; S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board.
MORRIS. RICHARD, J.V. Track; Freshman Basketlsall.
MORRIS, SANDY, S.C.A. Representative; Pep Club; Compass, Ad Staff; Best Typist Award.
MOTOX. JOSEPH MULLINS, GWENDOLYN MYERS. DARLENE. Pep Club; F.II.A.; World Events Club.
NALLS. ELLEN. F.B.L.A.; Drama Club; Fi- c Drum Corps; Compass Ad Staff. NELSON. MARCIA, F.B.L.A.; Choir. NEWBY. BILLIE. Pep Club. NEWCOMB. WILLIAM. I.C.T.
NEWMAN, JAY, Varsity Track; P.E., Student Leader.
NEWMAN. JUDY. Pep Committee; Pom-Pom Ctrl.
NOVAK, LAN I, Tlu-spians, President; French Chib, President; Drama Chib, Vice-President; World Events Club, President; G.A.A.; Choir, Librarian; Folk Music Club; German Club; Pep Club; S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board.
OLDFIELD, BAIRD, World Events Club; S.C.A. Representative; German Club. President; Quill Palm; Academic Letter; Boys' State; Varsity Baseball.
O'NEIL, DORIS. I.C.T.
O'NEIL, SUSAN, Certificate of Merit,
ORSINT. BENITA. V.O.T.; F.II.A.; Red Cross Club; Certificate of Merit, Bookk -ep-ing.
OWEN, JOHN, Folk Music Club; Varsity-Tennis; Monogram Club.
PACK, DARLENE, S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board; Pep Club.
PALMER. BOB. I.C.T.
PATERSON, NANCY. G.A.A.; Red Cross ('lub; junior Class Board; I.C.T.; Pep Club.
PAUL. DEBORAH. S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board; Spanish Club, Secretary; Drama Club; Surveyor Staff; Red Cross Club, President.
PAYNE. MARGARET. S.C.A. Representative; Debate Club; Junior Claw Board: Pep Club. V.O.T.; Girls’ State, Alternate.
PEARSON, IREXPJ. Pep Club; Freshman Girls' Chorus; I.C.T.; Advanced Girls' Chorus.
PERKINS, WILLIAM. J.V. Football; J.V. Crew.
PERRY. MARSHA, C.A.A.; Reel Cross Club; I.C.T.
PETERSON, CATHERINE. F.B.L.A.; Compass, Ad Staff; Certificate of Proficiency, Typing.
PETTIT. PATRICIA. Pep Club; F.B.L.A.; S.C.A. Representative; Red Cross Club.
PPTdP'P'. JANIF , Red Cross Club; Sophomore Class Board; Junior Class Board. Publicity Chairman: Chairman, Junior-Senior Prom; Girls' State.
PFEIFF, MARGIE, S.C.A. Representative; Sophomore ('lass Board; Junior Class Board: Reel Cross Club; Surveyor Staff; Pep Club; Drama Club.
PITTA. HAROLD, Latin Club; Freshman Football.
PITTMAN, CURTIS, Latin Club; Varsity-Track.
POLLARD. KAY, N.H.A.; Red Cross Club; Drama Club.
POOLE, RICHARD. World Events Club; F'olk Music Club; Varsity Track; J.V. Track; Academic I at ter.
PROCTOR. LINDA. C.A.A.: Folk Music Club; Red Cross Club.
PUGH, CINDY, Folk Music Club; G.A.A.
PURDY. LYNN. S.C.A. Representative; World Events Club; Pep Club.
RAMSEY. ELLEN. F.T.A.; Pep Club.
RANDOLPH. GWENDOLYN, Cheerleader. Co-Captain; F'.H.A.; Pep Club.
REAMY, GREG, S.C.A. Representative; Surveyor Staff.
RENNER. WAYNE, Spanish Honor Society; Spanish Club; Bible Club; Compass Staff, Faculty Editor.
REYNOLDS, ROBERT, Band; Latin Club; S.C.A. Representative; J.V. Track.
RHODES. MARY, F.H.A.; Pep Club; Red Cross Club.
RICE. JEANETTE, G.A.A.; Rod Cross ('lub; P'.T.A.; Pep Club; Vice-President, Senior Class; P'rench Club.
RICHARDSON, HARRY, Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball.
RILEY, DIANE, SC..A. Representative; I.C.T.
RITCH IF). WAYNE
ROBERTSON. MARIE. Red Cross Club; Pom-Pom Girl; Compass, Ad Staff.
RUPPERT, SHARON. F.T.A.; G.A.A.
RUSH. DONNA. Red Cross Club; F.II.A.; F.B.L.A.
SAKELL, MATF.NIA. S.C.A. Representative; F'rench Club, Parliamentarian; Thes-
Iffarns, Secretary; Sophomore Class Board; unior Class Board; World Events Club; Choir, Vice-President; Pep Club; Drama Club; Girls’ State.
SALZLXGI--R, FRED. Surveyor, Business Editor, Quill Scroll; Varsity Baseball; Freshman Basketball.
SAMPSON, LINDA, S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board; F.T.A.; Science Club.
SANDERS. DORA, F.B.L.A., Secretary-Treasurer; P'.T.A. Student Council; Pep Club.
SANDERS. JAMES. Monogram Club; Var-sity Football; J.V. Basketball; Vanity Track; Varsity Gymnastics.
SASSOON, SANDY, Drama Club; Red Cross Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Pep Club; Art Club; Spanish Club, Program Chairman; F'olk Music Club.
SCAFPTDO, FRANK, J.V. Track; Varsity Track.
SCAP'FIDO, SANDY, Grounds Committee; Red Cross Club; V.O.T.
SCHLAG, CHRIS. V.O.T.; Attendance Office Worker.
SCHMIDT. WESLEY, Astronomy Club; Science Club, Treasurer; Debate Club; World Events Club; Drama Club; Pep Club; P.E., Students Leader; S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board; J.V. Crew; Varsity Crew; Monogram Club.
SCHNETZLER, KAREN. S.C.A. Representative; World Events Club; Pep Club; F'.H.A.; Spanish Club; Home Economics Award.
60SCRIPTURE, NORMA, S.C.A. Representative; F.T.A., Secretary; Bible Club, Secretary President; Junior Class Board; Choir; Pom-Pom Girl; French Club; Surveyor, News Exchange Editor; Girls' State.
SEDBERRY, CAROL, World Events Club; Pep Club; Sophomore Class Board: Junior Class Board; Hall Monitor.
SETTLE, MARVIN, Pep Club; S.C.A. Representative; Spanish Club; Bible Club. SHAFER, MYRON. I.C.T.; S.C.A. Representative; J.V. Cross Country.
SHEPHERD, CHERYL, I.C.T. SHERIDAN. JOE, Varsity Cross Country. SHI PE. RONNIE. Band. President; Orchestra; Choir; Bible Club; S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board; Sophomore Class Board.
SILLIMAN. JOANN. S.C.A. Representative; Pep Club; Red Cross Club; Junior Class Board; Library Assistant.
SIMPSON. MARION, F.B.L.A. Secretary. SLATE. ROBERT, Spanidi Honor Society; Spanish Club. Vice-President; S.C.A. Representative; Little Hatchet, Non-Fiction Editor; World Events Club; P.E. Student Leader; Boys' State.
SMITH, AL, Band, Drum Major; Orchestra.
SMITH. BERT. German Club.
SMITH, DEBORAH, Cheerleader, Co-Captain.
SMITH. JOHN. Junior Class Board; Latin Club.
SMITH. LINDA. D.E.; Choir; Advanced Girls' Chorus.
SMITH. STEVE. Red Cross Club; Freshman Football; Freshman Baseball; Freshman Track.
SMITH. NOVELLA. F.H.A.; V.O.T. SNYDER, LYNDA. Drama Club; French Club; Pep Club; S.C.A. Representative; Compass, Assistant Editor.
SOLES, SALLY. S.C.A. Representative; Sophomore Class Board; Junior Class Board; Ensemble: Compass, Ad Stall; F.H.A.; G.A.A.: Bible Club; Red Crass Club; Drama Club; Drum Fife Corps. SPEER. RICHARD. Pep Club.
SPICER. MALCOLM SPILL AN, WENDY, S.C.A. Representative; Junior Class Board; Advanced Carls’ Chorus. Secretary Treasurer; F.B.L.A. SPITTLE. GARY. S.C.A. Representative; Red Cross Club; World Events Club; F B L.A.
STEWART. DALE. Art Club: Latin Club: Debate Club; World Events Club. Secretary: Orchestra: Drum Fife Corps; Letter of Commendation, National Merit Scholarship Test.
STINNETTE. SHARON, S.C.A. Representative; D.E. Club.
STUDDS, JOHN, ICT; Varsity Wrestling; J.V. Gymnastics.
SUAREZ, MICHAEL. IVp Club; Spanish
Club; J.Y Track; Varsity Track; J.V. Wrestling; Varsity Wrestling.
SUTTON, LINDA, S.C.A. Representative; V.O.T.
SWANELL, SUZANNE, Art Drama Club, Vice-President; Pep Club; Debate Club; Surveyor, Page Editor; Little Hatchet, Art Editor; Quill Scroll; Fife Drum Corps.
SWEENY, BOB, Pep Club; Spanish Club; Varsity Track; Varsity Wrestling. SWEENEY, SARAH, German Club. SWEENEY. SHERRY SWISHER, WILLIAM THODOS, DIANA, s.c.a. Representative. THOMPSON, SIDNEY, Sophomore Class Board; Varsity Football; J.V. Baseball; Varsity Basketlmll; Monogram Club, President.
TRULY. ANN. Spanish Club President; World Events Club; Secretary, Freshman Class; J.V. Cheerleader; Varsity Cheerleader; Head Cheerleader, Footkdl: Pep Club; S.C.A. Representative; Spanish Honor Society.
TUCKER. VANCE. Rod Cross Club; S.C.A. Representative; World Events Club; Debate Club; C. •man Club; Folk Music Club; Science Club; J.V. Track. TURNER, BOBBY. German Club; Treasurer; Latin Club; National Junior Honor Society, Vice-President.
TYLER, LAVERNE, Art Club; Pep Club; Red Cross Club.
TYLER. PAMELA, Sophomore Class Board; World Events Club; F.B.L.A. VALOIS, GERRI, S.C.A. Representative; F.H.A.. Vice-President; Latin Club; Pep Club; Red Cross Club.
VAN DYNE, DARRELL
VAN DYNE, JACKIE
VAN REUTH, LINDA, Grounds Com-
mittee. Red Cross Club, Pep Club; Drama
Club; F B.I..A.
VAN SISE, RONALD. S.C.A. Representative; Spanish Club. Treasurer; World Events Club.
VICIAN. JANET. S.C.A. Representative; WOT.: Letter of Commendation. Merit Scholarship Test.
WALKER. CAROLYN, F.B.L.A.; Pep Club; I H A Cadets; F B I A WALSH. JOHN WALTHALL. GREG, I.C.T.
WANNALL. STEVE, J.V. Football; Varsity Football. Tri-Captain; J.V. Baseball; Monogram Club, Vice-President. WANZER, GALE, S.C.A. Representative; D.E.
WARD, DANNY, Madrigal Singers; Pep Club; V.O.T.
WARD. RONALD, Varsity Track; Varsity Gymnastics.
WARREN. JOSEPH, Latin Club; Folk Music Club; Junior Class Board; S.C.A. Representative; Surveyor Staff.
WARREN. KYLE. French Club; Art Club; Drama Club; Red Cross Club; Surveyor, Editor-in-Chief; Quill Scroll; Art Honor Society; Certificate of Commendation. National Merit Scholarship Test; Girls’ State.
WATFORD, MARY, S.C.A. Representative; World Events Club; Pep Club; Surveyor Staff; Compass, Ad Staff: Red Cross Club; Art Club; Spanish Club. WATSON, JEANETTE, Pep Club; Art Club.
WEBB. CHUCK. Varsity Baseball.
WEBSTER, DON, World Events Club; SCA Representative; Latin Club; Art
WEDDING, CAROLINE. Red Cross Club; Drama Club; Folk Music Club; World Events Club; Little Hatchet, Poetry 6c Fiction Editor.
WELCH. BRENDA. Spanish Honor So-F.B.L.A.: Shorthand Certificate; F.B.L.A. Spelling Certificate.
WELLS, PHYLLIS, F.B.L.A.; I.C.T Science Club; World Events Club.
W1LHOIT, BEVERLY, N.H.A.; Frei
WILKS. SUSAN, F.H.A.; President; F.T.A.; Pep Club; Red Cross Club. WILLIAMS, PATRICIA. I.C.T.; Red Cross Club; F.B.L.A., Secretary; N.H.A.; s Representative; Chorus; Drama Club; Cadet.
WILLIAMSON, PATRICIA, Red Cross Club; French Club; Compass, Ad Staff; Spanish Club; Pep Club.
WILLOUGHBY, ZILLA, V.O.T.
WILSON, DIANE, C.A.A.; Pep Club. N.H.A.; French Club; F.B.L.A.
WILSON. LARRY, S.C.A. Representative; Spanish Club; J.V. Wrestling; J.V. Cross Country.
WILSON, PAULETTE. C., C.A.A.; Girls' Chorus; Science Club.
WILSON, PAULETTE, C.
WINSTON. GWENDOLYN. D.E.: Science Club; Band, Secretary; N.H.A., Secretary; F.B.L.A.; Pep Club.
WOLFFORD. CHARLOTTE, F.T.A. Advanced Girls' Chorus; President; Pep Club; SCA Representative; Junior Class Board. French Club.
WOODSIDE, PAMELA. SCA Representative; Sophomore Class Board; Pep Club; French Chib; JV.. Cheerleader.
WOOLLUM, PUNKY, President, Senior Class; Vice-President, Junior Class; Vice-President. Sophomore Class; Treasurer. Freshman Class; Executive Committee. Student Council; Pep Club; Junior Class; Board; Sophomore Class Board; Certificate of Participation-Optimist Club Oratorical Contest; J.V. Ba ketball; Varsity Basketball. WORLEY, MARY, Pep Club; Drama Club; SCA Representative; Compass, Ad Staff: Art Club.
WORTHY, BERNICE. Band; Cadets. WRIGHT. AQUANITA. Astronomy Club. F.B.L.A.; Pom-Pom Girl; Sophomore Class Board: Junior Class Board; Pep Club. WRIGHT. EDDIE. SCA Representative; J.V. Football; J.V. Basketball; Varsity Basketball.
YATES, WILLIAM, World Events Club. Debate Club; National Forensic League; j.v. Thick; J.V. Cross-Country. YEDNOCK, ROBERT, J.V. Baseball; Varsity Wrestling.
YUHASZ. STEPHEN, S.C.A. Representative: I.C.T.
ZUIDEMA, CARL, Varsity Track; Varsity Cross-Country.
81DYNAMIC JUNIORS SET, MAINTAIN,DIZZY PACE
JACKY BERNIER President
RALPH BARNETT 1st Vice-President
IRVING SMITH 2nd Vice-President
SUSAN GRIFFIN Secretary
KEN WEST Treasurer
JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS, Mrs. Diamond. Miss Hall and Miss Currin discuss upcoming plans of the class.
THE JUNIOR CLASS, as always, played an active part in the student Ixxly at GW this year. During the latter portion of September, class rings were ordered for those who wished them. Junior Class cards were sold by the representatives of Junior Board to raise money for the class. With these cards, a Junior could get into most Junior Class activities free or with a discount. A car wash and the annual I lolly I lop were also held to raise money. The highlight of the year was the Junior-Senior Prom held in the spring.
MOP BOARD REPRESENTATIVES—Ffr«f Row: Dana Pettit, m: Su, Riducly, Rom-Marie Tessicr.
-v •' Vr'r Hyh : . M ira Killclea, Linda Col crly, Sharon
fc . Kawo Goldch M i Ann Bader. Third Row: Rav Hub
bard, Boh Hicks, Ken Dean. Jim Burns, Ollie Westbrook. Stefank Annicchiarico. Fourth Row: Danny Jefferson, Ken West, Bill Kelly Mike Radciiffe.
62DONALD A1TCHESON SHARON RARER RONNIE RARNETTE
CHARLES ALLEN LINDA RAKER RETTV RAZZLE
SHELLEY ANDERSON BONNIE BALDWIN RAT BENNETT
SAFFAN ANDOLSUN SHARON BANDER fACKY BERNIER
STEFANIE ANNICCHIARICO CHARLES BARNES ANITA BERRY
VERONICA BLACKWELL STEFANIE ROAZ PATRICIA BODDY
WANDA BONNER JOHN BOYD CHARLENE BRADLEY
MR. TOM LONCERBEAM, of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, expresses the importance of economic knowledge to the Junior class.
63SOCIAL EVENTS DOT BUSY ACADEMIC CALENDAR
BEVERLY BRANCH PATRICIA BROOKS ALVINA BRUNSON ALICE BULLMAN KAREN BURGESS
ANTOINETTE BURKE JAMES BURNS SHARON BURNS MARY CALLAHAN WILLIAM CHERRY
RONNIE CLARK MICHAEL CLAY LINDA COBERLY LYNDA COBLE JANE COLEMAN
MATTHEW COLLINS WILLIAM COMBS BONNIE COMER CHRIS CONEON GEORGE CONLON
ALICE CORDELL TJUANNA COTTONTHOMAS COUFI.ES CHARLENE COURTNEY
KENDA CRUM BERT DAVID
TERRY DAVIS KENNETH DEAN WILLIAM DtAVALT STEVE DILLON VIRGINIA IX)MBROSKl
MARCARET DRUMMOND SHARON DUNCAN MARY EDWARDS MARRIA EISEMAN DAVID ENDICOTT
JANE EFFERI.Y KENNETH EUBANKS DAVID EVANS KATHERINE EXNER WILLIE FACONER
BARBARA FANNING SARA FLESHER SHEILA FOOTE BETH' FOREST HANK FORTUNE
"DO YOU SUFFOSE MY car will Ik- 10 feet tall .ifter the Juniors wash it?" asks Ralph Barnett.JANE FOX NELLIE FOXWELL EL AIN A FROMM CATHY FULWII.ER GINGER FULW1LER
LINDA FUNKHOUSER LAURIE GARDNER CHARLOTTE GEE KAREN GINN PEGGY GOCHENOUR
COLLEGE PLANS ASSUME ADDED IMPORTANCE
KAREN COLDCHIEN ELAINE GOOD STEVE GOODMAN EMMA GOODRICH MARGARET CRAHAM
JENNIE GREENE SALLIE GRIFFIN SUSAN GRIFFIN BOB CRIMES BARBARA HALEY
SONNY BONNER AND MIKE KENTES Rive the once over to the inside of the ears at the Junior Class
ear wash.GRAFTON HARRIS JANICE HARRIS NANCY HARRIS WILLIS HARRISON MARY HATTON
RICHARD HAWES LUCILLE HAWKINS ROBERT HAWKINS RICKY HEDDINGER DAVID HESS
ROBERT HICKS BRENT HILL MARCELLA HOLMES ROSEMARY HORC.AN RAY HUBBARD
LINDA HI N r SCOOTER HUSBANDS KEN ill rCHISON PATTY IDLER
FRANCES HUGHES JANIE HUGHES BETTY HUMPHREY CAROLYN HUMPHIES
JENNIFER HYLTON JANICE IRBY DANNY JEFFERSON BETTI E JENKINSGYM PROVIDES BEAUTIFUL SETTING FOR PROM
ADRIAKNE JOHNSON' BARBARA JONES CATHERINE JONES PATRICIA JONES CHRIS KELLEY
WILLIAM KELLY MICHAEL KENTES JAMES KERLEY DIANE KERSHNER AMANDA KIDD
MOIRA KILLELEA AUDREY KISER NICHOLAS I.AMPSHIRE LORNA LANGFORD CINDY LAVIXUS
PAULA LEE CARL LEWIS PAT LUNCEFORD NANCY MACBRIDE BONNIE McCALEB
MIKE McCONCIIIE WANDA McCULLEN SUE McQUINN STEPHEN McKNICHT LAURA McMENAMIN
68DEBORAH MAN ESS JOHN MEEHAN
PATRICK MEEHAN JANE MILLER
PAULA MILLER SHARON MILLER ALICE MITCHELL BECKY MONZUK CARY MOORE
JOYCE MORGAN JAMES MORRIS LOUISE MYLECHRAINE SANDRA NASH WINTER BETTY NIXON
MARY OLIVER PAMELA PARMAN MARIE PATRICK GEORGE PATTERSON LINDA PAUL
GLORIA PEARSON DALE PEED JACK PEELE GREGORY PETERSON DRUCILLA PETTEY
WONDER HOW MANY heads Mr. Lloyd will have to add to his collection after he finishes grading these tests?DANA PETTIT DAVID POSEY KATHY RADCLIFFE
DORTHY PIPPIN MARY PRICE MIKE RADCLIFFE
SHARON PITTARD DOUGLAS PROFFITT PATRICIA RAINES
ROBERT PITTS JOHN PUDDY CLEVELAND RATCLIFFE
CAROLE POLK STEVEN PUGH ROBIN READ
CONNIE REAMY DAN’ID REEL JOHN RENZI SUELLEN RIDGELY
VALERIE RIVES DONNA ROACH KAREN ROBERTS MARY ROBINSON
70STEP, SCAT TESTS CLARIFY SUBJECT STRENGTHS
SCOTT ROGERS DEREK ROY IONA THAN RL'SKIN RUTH SALZINGER THOMAS SAMPSON
ELLEN SANDERS JANET SAUNDERS KATHLEEN SCHILLING MARY SCHLAC PAT SCHLAC
AUSTIN SCHMIDI-MARK SCHNEDL MILLARD SELF TOMMY SELF JOHN SHIREY
STEVE SHOLTIS BRYAN SI BOLD JIMMY SLIVINSKI JENNIFER SPARKS STEVE SPRACUE
PATTY STONE MARIA STRICKLAND
IF I WATER IT a little more, ma; s Chris Lamboume.FINAL YEAR LOOMS ON HORIZON FOR JUNIORS
BETTY STROCK STEVE SUTTON IOAN SWARTZ EULA TEASDALE ROSE-MARIE TESSIER
CALVIN THORPE LARRY TROXELL LINDA TRUMBLE ROBERT TYSON LINDA UNDERWOOD
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MIKE VALOIS FRANK VARGA ZAN1E VERNON JAMES wayland LAWRENCE WAYLAND
STEFANIE ANNTCCHIARICO TALKS Patti Stone into buying a Junior Class Card.
PEGGY WEBBER JOANNE WENDEROTH
SANDY WEST OLLIE WESTBROOK"APPARENTLY. IT PAID TO advertise the Junior Class car wash,” say Ralph Barnett, Carman Osorio, and Chris Lambome.
SUSAN WHEATON JANET WILBURN WILLIAM WILBURN CHARLES WILLIAMS MARY ELLEN REBECCA WOODS
DEBBIE WILSON BOB WINKLER
JAN WRIGHT JAN YOUNG
GLEN ZELLER JOANNA ZUIDEMA
JACKY BERNIER CONDUCTS a Junior Board meeting to get plans for the Holly Hop organized.
73LORENZO BARNES President
PEGGY CORSO Vice President
HILTON SETTLE DARLENE MILWARD
TIME AND EFFORT LEAD TO UPPERCLASS STATUS
SOPHOMORE BOARD MEMBERS - Front Row: Emily Tumor, Brenda Breeden, Elaync Coppage, Alice Hudgins. Second Row: Debbie Scott, Laura Simpson. Sheila Miller, Don Krcamcr. Third Row: Don Mooney, Karl Smith, Marty Harvey, Howard Allen.
MR. PADGETT Sponsor
Suddenly emerging as Sophomores with the opening of school in September, last year's Freshman class quickly discovered the added responsibilities of upperclass status. Class meetings and the election of class officers were the first order of business. The annual Sophomore Food Dances in November and the Toy Dances just prior to Christmas vacation provided added pleasure for members of the second-year class as well as joy to many of the needy in the community.
Time literally flew by on the wings of mid-year exams, pep-rallies, the awards assembly (where many Sophomores were honored for outstanding achievements) and, in June, final examinations. All in all, it was a great year, and it was one long to be remembered.
AT THE LAST moment Eddie Ross deflects a pass intended for Tom Brown.
ROBERT ANDREWS MARGARET BALDWIN
BONNIE BATES STEFAN BONFICLIO
ALAN BHADFIELD LOUISE BRASSEl'R ANDY BROW N DENNIS BROW N
THOMAS ADAMS EDWARD ARTHUR SHELLEY BANDER
RUSTINE JAMES BAZILUIK
BOSTON DIANA BOWMAN
RAY BRECAR BRENDA BREEDEN
BRENDA HOWARD ALLEN
ALEXANDER MARGARET BAIR
CAROLYN ATKINS JAMIE BARRY LORENZO BARNES
STANLEY BEASLEY ROSIE BEACH MICHAEL BOYD ROBERT BOVE CARLETTE
JOHN BREEDEN BROOKS
SALLY AKERS RITA ASBELL JILL BARATTA
75NEW GOALS PRESENT DIFFERENT HORIZONS
SUE BURGESS VICKY CAMPBELL CAROLE CHESHIRE
LUE CALLAHAN CHRIS CASTLE JULIAN CLARK
KIE CAMPBELL DEBORAH
CLAUSEN JANE CLIFF THERESA CLOUSE
DANA COBURN BUDDY COFFMAN ELAYNE COPPACE
PEGGY CORSO SHARON COX LYDIA CROSS
GAIL DELLINGER JOYCE DIGCS
KAY DOWDY DONNA DOWNS
JANICE DOWNS CARY
76JAMES EARLY JANET ENDERS
LEROY EVERETT CORA EWINGS
FICKINCER EDDIE FORDHAM
DONALD FRAVEL ALAN FRAZER
LYNN FREEMAN ALLEN FURR
MARY MARGARET GAINEY CHARLES CALLAHAN
MARCIA GARREN JAMES GORDON FAY GRIMES
CHRISTOPHER GARRETT JOHN GREENE MARY HALTER
PATRICIA GOLDEN WANDA GRIFFIN MARTHA HAMED
JANELL HARDING ROBERTA HARRIS MARTY HARVEY COLBY HATCH
BECKY HENSLEY JEAN HOLLIS
JERRY HARRIS MARK HEDTKE MARGARET HOLLOWAY
77SOPHOMORES CREATE TIMELY CLASS IMAGE
PAUL FEHR AND FRIENDS trip tlu light fantastic at the Food Dance that others might enjoy a happy Thanksgiving.
JACKIE HAROUTTZ HENRIETTA CARRIE HOLMES HUTCHISON
SUSAN HUGHES MATTHEW
ELAINE JOHNSON JOHNSON
ROSEANN HOWARD CAROL! N JACKSON BOR JOHNSON
ALICE HUDGINS MARY JACKSON FRANCES JONES
SANDY JENNINGS MARGARET JUAREZ KAREN KENDRICK WILLIAM KEARNEY WARREN KLUTZ KATHERINE KNIGHTING
BRENDA JEWEL LARRY Ki i SI | STEVE KENNI DY PAULETTE KERCHENKO JANICE KNAPP KAREN KOZIOL
78DON KREAMER MADGE KREBS RONNIE VINCENT LEE MARILYN LEE HELEN LEWIS
CATHERINE CARY MACANN LAWTHORNE NOREEN MASON OTIS McCLEES CAROLYN McKNlGHT
LYNCH ALTON MARSTON
SUAVE SOPHOMORES PASS SECOND SESSION
KATHY McKNlGHT ATHOL MELLOTT
GEORGE MONTI LOUIS MONZUK
DON MOONEY CONNIE MOORE
FRANK QUINN AND DIANNA JORDON enjoy themselves at the Sophomore Toy Dance .
79JAMES MOORE BETTYE NORMAN BOB PATTERSON
ALICIA MORENO RICHARD NORRIS ROGER PAYNE
JAMES MURRAY RICHARD NUHN GWENDOLYN PAYTON
VICKI MYERS DANIEL NELSON RUTHANNE
ANDREA ORSINI ED PACILIO NICHOLS
VICKY PEEK CAROLINE PENN DOLLY PAINTER
FERNANDO PEREZ DOROTHY PFEIFF RITA POLLARD MARTHA PROCTOR SCHERRY PUGH DEBORAH PULMAN
SANDRA PUTMAN SHARON RAILEY FRANK RAMSEY BECKY RANDELL ELIZABETH REED BEV RHODES
DONNA RICE WILLIAM ROBEY NANCY RODDA DEBBIE ROSS JEANETTE RUSS KAREN RUSSELL
80CLASS APPROACHES THIRD YEAR EAGERLY
ROSEANNE SAITTA FRANK SCHEER JOHN SCOTT HILTON SETTLE NANCY SHANK KATHY SHUCK
AMANDA SANDE1 MARK SCHILLING TOM SCOTT DIANE SELF GUINN SH1NCLETON GEORGE SIERS
CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS DEBBIE SCOTT FRANCIS SEIM MARGARET SHAPE MICHAEL SHOCKEY SHIRLEY SIERS
LAURA SIMPSON DIANE SIRBERT GLENN SMITH STEWART SMITH JOYCE SOWA
HILTON SETTLE DISCUSSES PLANS for the Easter Runny Hop with Sophomore Board members Steve Kennedy, Larry Baxley and Linda Stewart.
WILLIAM SPILLMAN DIANNE SMITH JAMES SMITH PAMELA SMITH WILLIAM SMITH HAMMOND SNYDER JOHN SPEER LADONNA
81JANET STANDLEY CAROL SULLIVAN PAT THOMAS
LINDA VAUGHN ROBERT WESTBROOK BARBARA WORRELL
JANET STANLEY MARI SULLIVAN SANDRA THOMAS
PHILLIP WARREN GLORIA WICOLES WORTH MIKE WURTH
NORMA STANLEY PAT SWISHER JACKIE TRENARY
MARTHA WAUGH RACHEL WILKINS IMAM
OCTAVI A STANTON JANE TAYLOR BILL TURNER
JANICE WELLBORN DAVID WILLIAMS ROBERT YOUNG
MILDRED STREET BEVERLY THOMAS COLENA TURNER
JOYCE WEST IOYCELYN WILLIAMS MARY ZACK
LUIS SUAREZ KENNETH THOMAS EMILY TURNER
JANET WESTBROOK MARGARET WILLIAMS TERRY ZELLER
82. . AND DON'T FORGET you must have a can of food to lx- admitted to tlx1 Thanks-giving Dance," warns Sophomore Reporter Roseanne Saitta.
WE HAVE BEEN wondering about this picture for months. What do you suppose Mrs. Moreland is up to?
WONDER WHAT MR. HILLMAN is doing? Do you suppose i.e's making out his Christmas list in September?
"WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DAY. Why doesn't that hell ring?" dreams Boh Mullins at the close of school.
83TIME PASSES-FRESHMEN BECOME REAL PREXIES
SUZANNE MILLER President
BILL TURNER Vice-President
SUSAN SANDERS Secretary
ALLEN BATCH ELLER Treasurer
"Room 527? It must lx- way over there." suggests Henry Ortiz to Martha Ortiz and Kevin McMichael as they enter George Washington High School for the first time as Freshmen.
The TIME had. at long last arrived. It was early September. Almost six hundred new Freshmen trooped into the auditorium to hear Mr. Gamer explain the opening procedures at George Washington High School.
Papers, directions and admonitions, seemed to descend on us from all directions. Yet. after a week of mild chaos, all the pieces suddenly fell into place and the ninth-graders slowly emerged as reasonable facsimiles of that which we would like to think of as genuine Prexies.
A year has passed. To Ik sure some found the road a bit rocky at times. However, as Freshmen found themselves assuming their designated role in the great society we call school, an atmosphere of dignity and confidence became plainly evident. It was a wonderful year.
FRESHMAN SPONSORS - Something funny must have just happened as Freshman Sponsors Mrs. Bird. Mrs. Moreland, and Mrs. Fleming map plans for the year ahead.HOMEROOM 121 — Front Row: Jane Snider, Nanci Sweeney, Rebecca Susan Swicegood, Rosie Stangcr, Olive Ann Smith, Bonnie Smith, Jan Smith, Sharon Stone, Patricia Tvler. Second Row: Vicki Steffey. Mary Alice Tablcr, Susan Slivinski, Jaimie Sue 'ennon, Betty Thacker, Brenda Varga, Lauren Rebecca Thomas, Charlettc
Elois Stokes, Alecia Teel. Third Rote: Nlivs Danielson. Sharon Veeney, Debbie Smart. Patricia Starkey, Carolyn Steele. I ry Thomas, Deborah Thomas. Sandra Tolbert, Clenda Turk. Debbie Snider.
HOMEROOM 125 — Front Row: Delmar Thomas, James Edward, Norman Tessier, David Underwood, Scott NVavland, Maris Tallev, Mark Thomann, Cleveland Teel. Jr. Second Row: Geoffrey Thomas, Ralph W'anzcr, Dennis Weaver, Joe Surkiewicz, Stillman Terry,
Sandy Ward, Spencer Tibbs. Third Row: Mr. Woolf. John Wanener. N'cls Thomson, Dout Watts, Richard Tbnberialoe, Wayland Tayl -Greg Sullivan, Fred Taylor.
85HOMEROOM 132 — Front Row: Elizabeth Bonner, Cathy Braun. Annette Baker. Karen Almond, Hattie Brown. Ellen Britt, Sigrid Baker. Janet Allison. Second Row: Marvlinn Adams. Becky Black-well, Nlvra Addison. Linda Bragg, Diane Baxter, Denise Barbre,
Debbie Barbre. Thelrecia Bullard. Third Row: Mrs. Fleming, Anita Allen, Dolores Bajusz, Jacquie Behrens, Beth Amcy, Vashti Boyd. Debby Brittain, Melanie Athey.
NINTH GRADERS ADAPT READILY TO HIGH SCHOOL
HOMEROOM 133— Front Row: James Hassmer, Jim Hawkins, Cordon, Norman Grav, Billy Hart, James Harris. Third Row: Mrs.
Gordon Hanson. Dana Howard, Ray George, James Harrison. Bird. Walter Henderson, Cary Himes, Don Hines, Ossie Howard,
Sccorul Row: Ham Hughe's, Bill Hottle, Charles Jackson, Mike Frank Hovcnnale.
86HOMEROOM 136— Front Rote: Connie Cox, Isabel! Davis, Cail Caryl, Diane Cox, Candy Cavanauh. Marian Deacle, Lenora Dean. Kathy Cummings. Second Row: Carolyn Clark, (Gloria Combs, Carol Chapman, Nancy Cassidy, Millie Coney, Betty Connor, Charlotte
Comeil, Darlene Cooper. Third Row: Miss Sonosky, Shari Crum, Ernestine Craft, Patricia Crawford, Normc Copeland, Lois Carr, Judy Clarke, Patricia Cumming.
HOMEROOM 140— Front Row: Patrick Riley, Mike Ratterrec, John Roberts, Cary Roach, Joe Rainsbergcr. Gary Roberts. Second Row: Billy Rav, Roger Reese, Gene Purdy, Earl Quash, Roy Rhodes, Phill Michael Reichenbach. Third Row: David Read, Thomas
Powers. Bobby Pruitt. Bob Rempc, Donald Robinson. Freddy Allen Reckcr. Fourth Rote: Mr. Shiver, Chester Robinson. Clyde Robinson. Ronnie Rhoades, Stephen Ramos. Paul Phillips.
87INITIATIVE MARKS YEAR UNDER NEW SPONSORS
IIOMKROOM 144— Front How: Amos Sims, Allen Sims. John Sims. Richard Strickland, I.arrv Shilling. Can Shilling. David Spittle. Karl Smith. Second How: Cecil Ross, William Squires, Frank Stephens, Glenn Shepherd. Kddie Steele, Matthew Scnnedl,
Sid Stephenson, David Stetson, Michael Self. Third Row: Mrs. Pavno. Shelton Sanders. Jerry Struck. Mahendra Pal Singh, Charles Semonds. Roger Stovall. Steve Sibold, John Roy.
IIOMKR(K)M 224 — Front How: Mike Anderson, Boh Mullins, Stephen Orndorff, Thomas Morgan. James Parker, Kevin Morgan. Second Hole: Alton Miller. Aaron Pearson, Jerry Patterson, Jimmy Aldridge. John Naylor, Mike Miller. Third How: Bobby Allen,
Jerrv Motley, Robert A. Moses, Henrv Ortiz, I-cc Patterson, John Anderson. Fourth How: Mr. Herrod, James Oliver, Jem- Nelson, Gregory Miles, Roland Murphy, Mike Moore, Bryan Patrick.
88HOMEROOM 230 — Front Rote: Cathy Jones. Teresa Jennings, Stephanie Krvwieki, Becky Hoyle. Lvnne Keesee, Claudia Humphries, Diane Hummer. Second Rote: Sharon Johnson, Donna Jones, Lori Jorgenson, Karen Hutchinson, Darla Johnson, Dinell
Irby. Mary Kennedy. Third Row: Marie Kelminskv, Joan Hyland. Marsha Lastie, Anna Lvnn Houchins. Gloria Isler, Mary Jones Shirley Kennedy. Fourth Row: Miss Watson, Lovenia Hylton. Dehra Hunnicutt, Bernice Jones, Rita Jarett. Jocelyn Jones.
ACADEMIC TALENTS REVEALED IN BUSY YEAR
“You lost your pass to the Freshman lounge? Well, go down this hall to the elevator, go up to the fourth floor and inquire at the information desk for the correct procedure to obtain another pass.” Aubrey Burton patiently explains to Lvnda Dossier.
"Gee," sighs W e n d y Wende-roth. as she reaches for her locker combination. ”1 sure will he glad when I'm a Junior. Then my books will be thick enough for me to see my combination.”
89HOMEROOM 236 —Front How: Wayne Kuhl. David Kinnett, James E. Leonard, Frank Lefler, Kevin MeMichael, David Layman. Second How: William Lynch, James Lomax, Daniel Macklin, Phil McConchie, Lcaman Lewis, Russell Maness, David Jones. Third
How: Terry Meccc, Andrew MeCavley, Roekv Major, Thelhert Lewis, John Marshall, Douglas Logan. Fourth How: Mrs. Van Orman. Jimmy Lesure, Stephen Killelea, (Jan- Mier, Marco Jones, Richard Klow.
HOMEROOM 320— Front How: Susan Weintraub, Deborah Clare, Carla Whctzel, Pamela Wilkins. Frances Wise, Linda Watkins, Wendy Wcnderoth. Second How: Marie Wesley, Debby Wesley,
Brenda Wilburn, Joanne Weaver, Mary Ann Yates, Robbie Wood-side. Third How: Mr. Jenkins. Leslie Vincent, Patsy Wilson. Kathy Yates, Dianne West, Linda Watson, Ruby Lee Worthy.
90CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES ACCENT BUSY FIRST YEAR
HOMEROOM 325 — Front Row: Lvnn Mill, Suzanne Claab, Linda Hill. Reha Micks, Constance llopson, Sandra Green, Terry Geter, Debbie- Holmes. Second Rote: Miss Whittaker, Linda Sue Mitt, Janet Callahan, Ginny Callahan, Ronnie Higgins, Sue Hannan,
Jeannette Gibson, Yolanda Galloway. Third Row: Barbara Hagan. Audi Graham, Jeannie Hooks, Charlene Goodrich, Shelby Haney. Julia Hoppe, Brenda Cochenour, Man1 Mile-.
HOMEROOM .327 — Front Row: Vickie Ann McFctridgc, Catherine Miller, Chris Mitchell, Bonnie Miller, Carol Ix ng, Beverly Mickey, Thelma Lewis, Francinc Lewis. Second Row: Mrs. Wright, Brenda Mitchell, Carolyn Lewis, Suzanne Miller, Mary McConkey, Eunice
Lisenbee, Dora Miller, Uene Moore-. Third Row: Gail Mac. Karen Mills, Susan McCowen, Margaret Markell, Marv Ellen Meehan. Betty Matthews, Vicky Lcfler.
91BIG BROTHERS AND SISTERS ASSIST FRESHMEN
HOMEROOM 332—Front Ron: Stuart Ellis, Donald Dunaway, Alan Ellis, Roland Eaton, Mickcv Funkhouser. Gilbert Eiseman. Second Rote: Mrs. Moreland, Charles Frere, Billy Elliott. Melvin Eaton, Mike Edwards, James Fleslter, Cliarlcs Ferguson, Thornton
Franklin. Third Row: Andrew Diggs, IJnwood Estes, tarry Fox, Ray Dunn, Mike Fitzgerald. Nathaniel Estes, Daniel Foxwell, Andrew Dodd, John Faulds, Alan Ferguson.
HOMEROOM 340 — Front Row: Betty Denning, Susan Doyle, Lynda Dossier, Rebecca Dollins, Linda Fox. Second Row: Miss Thomas, Frances Dotson, Barlrna Dunn, Elizabeth Downer, Melody
Foster. Third Row: Darlene Fischman, Vivian Louise Dewalt, Carolyn Evans, Teresa Foley, Linda DeLav, Linda Elliott.
92HOMEROOM .142 - Front Rote: Tex anna Patterson, Martha Ortiz, Dixie O’Neil, Cynthia Pollard. Brenda Parker. Third Row: Darlene
("indy Parent -, Lucy Orsini, Nancx- Pun ear, Roxann Ontko. Second Outten, Kathy Neff. June Mover, Penny Pavne, Lynn Palmer, Sarah
Rote: Mrv Danford, Georgia Parker, Shirley Ottcns, Donna Neil, Peterson, Gracic Pendernross.
HOMEROOM S-lA — Front Rote: Crain Zeller, Randy Worden. D n.dd White, Carl Willis. Second Rote: Mrv Iloehen. Donald jng. Charlie Floyd Threat, Dannv West, Robert Worthy. Third
Row; Robert Zehrinj;, Davi l Whctzel, Tommy Younn. Gain Williams.
93HOMEROOM S-lC-Fronj Row: Phyllis Silcox, Jean Ricucci, Teresa Scott, Bobbie Skeens, Linda Inez Saunders, loan Riley, Susan Sanders. Second Row: Miss Lichtenberg, Carolvn Rogers, Christine Shilling, Patsy Roth, Kathryn Sanford, Anna Sands, Anita
Roberts, Madonna Rumford, Bonnie Self. Third Row: Ilenc Schrott, Martha Ridgely, Barbara Shifflett, Susan Register. Gail Silliman, Carla Rice, Becky Seccuro, Carol Robey, La Verne Scott.
HOMEROOM S-2 — Front Row: Harold Bruhn, Ruvsell Bywaters, John Coble, Ronnie Crablx-. Eddie Burton. Bernard Cash, Vernon C x»k. Second Row: Bennv Coffman, Tony Cooper, William Crouch,
David Cyphers, Henry Coffman. Thomas Bvrd, Steve Clark. Third Row: Mr. Hollis, Charles Dennis, Perry Camplx-ll, Eddie Crews, Ray Brown, John Cassidy, Gerald Comiskv.
94HOMEROOM S-9 — Front Row: Frank Alexander. Calvin Bates. Charles Atkins. Ccorge Beall, James Bates, David Bonk, Kale Averv. Second Rote: Mr. Grove, Jim Asbell, Greg Bertschinger,
Steve Branam, Steve Beavers, Ronald Baker. Third Rote: Paul Allen, Ken Titus Breeding, Marvin Beander, Joseph Brown, Cordell Bi-Ik, Tommy Asbell.
FROSH DISPLAY ENTHUSIASM, AWAIT NEW YEAR
HOMEROOM Cafeteria — Front Rote: Maria Downey, Effic Randolph, Diane Hatton. Shirley Ann Gibson, Lynn Mizuno, Charlotte Reed, Bonnie Louise Callan. Linda Reedv. Patricia Preslev. Second Rote: Mr. Ashley, Christine McClure. Paula Leonard. Roslvn Bell,
Doris Boggan, Debra Callowav, Delsorah Bond. Terrv McCauley. Third Row: Lisa Deiderich. Mary Frazier. Annette Lowe. Sarah Jane Bostick. Virginia Eaton. Annie Cardan, Donna Raines. Laura Ferer. Rita Freeman.
9596With the increase in leisure TIME in American life, the extra-curricular program of the high school has, during the past couple of decades, been greatly expanded. George Washington High School has been one of the leaders in this trend. Clubs, plays, musicals and many other worthwhile leisure-time activities provide ample opportunity for all students to find their likings and aptitudes as they approach adult life.
97TODAY’S STUDENT EXECUTIVES ARE LEADERS
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Steve Barnette
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Karen Mcdlin
SECRETARY Jacky Benner
SPONSOR Mr. Gregory
THE IMPORTANCE OF the Student Council of George Washington High School is widely recognized. Its activities have been greatly expanded recently. As a training center for students in self-government, it cannot be equalled. Its continual efforts to promote and encourage cooperation between faculty and the student body arc evident on every hand in the fine spirit and attitudes exhibited by the vast majority of students. Honor and good sportsmanship are promoted at every opportunity.
Among the many activities sponsored by Student Council are dances. Key Club and Kevettes. The student director)' and regulation of class office elections also occupy important places on the Council’s agenda.
MIKE McCLINTOCK SPEAKING to the student body at a pep rally.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - Front Row: Peggy Corso. Betty Nixon, Susan Griffin, Karen Mcdlin, Jacky Bernier, Kathy Bernier. Back Row: Hilton Settle, Steve Bamette, Punky Woollum.
THE HONOR AND DISCIPLINE Committee in session with Karen Mcdlin and Steve Barnette presiding.OF TOMORROW’S GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS
SENIORS — Front Row: Barbara Burton, Dcbby Paul, Judi Brown, Vicki Foss. Matenia Sakell, Mary Watford, Beth Oruits. Second Row: Bob Kelly, Jon Miller, J«xly Warren, Dennis Cordell, Fred Salzinger, Bill Swisher. Third Row: Don Frazer, Jini Herl)ert, Bud Alexander.
JUNIORS — Front Row: Janie Miller, Jane Coleman, Sharon Thax ton. Audrey Kiser. Jan Young, Elaina Fromm. Second Row: Bob Hicks. James Wayland, Bettie Jenkins. Linda Harriman, Sue Ridgely, Betty Baz .le, Sonny Bonner. Third Row: Bert David, Nick Lamp-shire, Austin Schmidt, Larry Caldwell, Duane McMaster, Steve Pugh.
SOPHOMORE — Front Row: Vicki Myers. Jackie Trenary, Debbie Scott, Jane Cliff, Brenda Alexander. Kay Dowdy, Karen Kendrick, Janet Stanley. Second Row: George Edwards, Don Mooney, Spence Gardner, William Turner, Howard Allen, Andy Brown, Stewart Smith.
FRESHMEN — Front Row: Bonnie Miller. Candy Cavan a .rh. Distance Hopson, Melanie Atliev, Glenda Turk. Roxann On!I
Row: Frank Alexander, Susan Sanders, Rita Freeman. railings, Melody Foster, Robbie Woodside, Lynn Hill. Thr Mike Moore, Cairv Williams. Joseph Surkiewicz, Jimmy Crockett, Charles Jackson, Gary Mier, Don Dunaway.
STEVE BARNETTE IS writing some hasty notes for a Student Council Meeting.
BOB KELLY. BUD ALEXANDER, and Jim Crichton are preparing for a Student Council Meeting.SAFE DRIVING COMMITTEE—S Ming: Maureen Law. son and Joan Kozcl. Standing: Steve Barnette, Dennis Cordell and Ronnie Van Sisc.
PEP COMMITTEE-LARGEST STANDING MEMBERSHIP IN THE SCHOOL.
STUDENTS ENCOURAGE SAFETY AND SPIRIT
The newly formed Safe Driving Committee was part of an ambitious Student Council program to improve students' driving habits. Chairman Maureen Lawson instituted plans for Safe Driving Week to lx held during the school year during which GW-ites would have an opportunity to demonstrate their skills and driving proficiency. Modeled on similar arrangements in other area high schools, the plan was suggested to Student Council leaders at a University of Maryland conference in September of 1965. The Alexandria Police Department and the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles have agreed to aid the high schools in their endeavors.
CATHY HARINCER OF the Pep Committee, and Susan Gridin and Steve Barnette of the Safe Driving Committee begin a week-long emphasis of safety and good driving habits.
The George Washington Pep Committee, which numbers over one hundred and fifty, and is responsible for publicizing games, organizating pep rallies, and planning Homecoming, meets on Wednesdays in the Auditorium. Chairman Susan Griffin and the sponsors have done an outstanding job of tapping the massive reservoir of spirit and energy that is the GW student body. Our fans and supporters owe their thanks for GW's outstanding seasons, at least in part, to the wonderful job the Committee has done.
100TEAM BOOSTERS SPUR CAGERS ON TO VICTORY
The George Washington Sunshine Boys, now in their third year, have continued to provide the outstanding displays of spirit and good sportsmanship that have led to the formation of similar groups in many of the high schools in Northern Virginia. The lx ys can boast the distinction of having attended every GW basketball game, away and home, since their conception. They were joined this year by the Prexyettes who added considerably to the overall impression of this dedicated and spirited group.
With a wild clapping of hands and stamping of feet, the Sunshine Boys ami Prexyettes send their team onto the court with a fervored, “Go, go, go. go . . ."
With the GW fans cheenr.g Ka oc. Ralph Barnette goes for a long 'hot during the T C- V:.‘ua game, getting the hall away over the outstretched arms of Milton Washington.
SUNSHINE BOYS — Front Rote: Mike Kentcs, Aubrey Burton, Raymond Hubbard. Second Row: Tom Couples, Alan Griggs, David Evans, Steve Craddock, Bill Ray, Dennis Cordell. Mike Erwin. Third Row: Ollie Westbrook, Terry Green, John Smith, Don Frazer,
Dick Poole. Joe Sheridan. Fourth Row: Charles Jackson. Joseph Parker, Carl Burba, Clay Bush, Paul Fehr, John D'Elia. Fifth Row: James Dooley, James Parker.Front Row: Stefan Bonfiglio, Wes Schmidt, John Ruskin. Second Third Row: Dave Longfellow, Mike McClintock, Mike Erwin, Jack
Row: Octavia Stanton, Dale Stewart, Aubrey Burton, John Conner. Pcele, Nicki Croghan, Elinor Yates.
PERSUASIVE ORATORS PRESENT ARGUMENTS
IT'S ACADEMIC DEBATE CLUB
WITH A DISPLAY of both negative and positive arguments that, at times, completely disarmed the oppositions statements, George Washington’s debaters enjoyed an unusually fine year. With carefully planned and presented discourses, they parried the contentions of their opponents with ease time after time and favorably impressed the judges with the clarity and conviction of their presentations.
Front Row: Mike Erwin, David Longfellow, Richard Poole. Sec-in Ron. Moderator Mac McCarty of NBC Station WRC, Mr'. Blanche Meadows.
“. . . AND, FURTHERMORE, WF. intend to prove beyond a doubt that the arguments of our opponents arc biased, misleading, filled with implications and based upon false premises." indignantly expounds John Conner as he prepares for a debate.
102SCHOLARS POINT TALENTS TOWARD COLLEGE
QUILL AND PALM
The qualifications for the National Honor Society present a challenge to the students. Each year GW seems to produce a large number. Not only do the mem-l ers have to maintain a 92 average or better, be in at least the second semester of their junior year, but they must possess outstanding qualities of character, leadership, and responsibility. To be a member of the club is indeed a high honor.
MISS CALLAHAN TOM HAWLEY President
JANICE CHAPPELL SEEMS to l c doing all the work while Dennis Cordell appears to be intent on more interesting things.
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MIKE ERWIN DON FRAZER
CAROL GRAHAM STEVE HASSMER
Secretary SANDRA DIXON
SOME OF THE important provisions of the Quill and Palm Charter are being pointed out to Carol Craham by Don Frazer.
BAIRD OLDFIELD KYLE WARRENOUTSTANDING WRITERS WIN COVETED HONOR,
QUILL AND SCROLL
The three publications of George Washington High School have, for many years, captured many honors. Credit for this must go to those who make up the staffs of the Surveyor, the Little Hatchet and the COMPASS. Quill and Scroll is the school’s way of recognizing students of these staffs who have been outstanding and, at the same time, have maintained an above-average scholastic record.
JEN LUCAS President ISABELLE KREBS Secret ary-Treasu rcr
JOYCE BURCHAM Vice-President DON FRAZER Membership Chairman
STEF BOAZ CULLEN JONES
VICKI FOSS DAVID LONGFELLOW
QUILL AND SCROLL OFFICERS: Don Frazer, Membership Chairman; Isabelle Krebs, Secretary-Treasurer; Jen Lucas, President; Joyce Bttrcham, Vice-President.
MIKE WAYNE RENNER AUSTIN SCHMIDT
McCLINTOCK SUZANNE KYLE WARREN
BOB SLATE SWANNELL
ONE OF THE LITERARY publications of the Quill and Scroll is the Last Will and Testament. Here Stef Boaz and Tom Hawley censor the submissions.COLLEGE SETTINGS ENHANCE STATE SESSIONS
WONDER WHAT PLEASANT memories were recalled by the program of last summers Bovs' and Girls’ State that David Longfellow and Cerry Ayres just happened to have when we snapped their picture?
"GUESS MOM AND DAD have forgotten all about me," complains Steve Hassmer as he looks in vain for a letter from home.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE
Ten girls and eight boys captured the highly-prized honor of representing George Washington High School at Boys and Girls' State, held at William and Mary and Radford early in the summer of 1965. With many opportunities to view, and participate in, the democratic processes as they are applied in the governing of the State of Virginia, the representatives were in unanimous accord upon their return home that this was one of the great experiences of their high school careers. Outstanding and well-known speakers in state offices spoke at many of the sessions and gave the delegates a much clearer picture of the state's operation than could he obtained in any other way.
GIRLS' STATE—Front Row: Kathy Bernier, Karen Medlin, Maureen Lawson, Norma Scripture. Rack Row: Peggy Francis, Kylr Warren, Cathy Haringcr, Linda Gorham, Jane Pfeiff.
BOVS’ STATE—Front Row: Don Frazer. Dennis Cordell, Steve Hassmer, Baird Oldfield. Rack Row: Mike Erwin, Bob Slate, Tom Hawley.
105PARTIES AND SPEECH HIGHLIGHT VIVID YEAR
TOM HAWLEY President CATHY HARINGER Secretary
DENNIS CORDELL Vice-President MIKE ERWIN Treasurer
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY
In order to Ik a member of the Spanish Honor Society, each student must have completed three semesters of Spanish and maintained a “B" average in the course. This year they honored a visitor from the Embassy of Uruguay at their first meeting. At Christmas time a party was given for our foreign exchange student, Carmen Osorio.
SUE CASH SALLY CUMISKY LOUISE FORNES
DON FRAZER DIANE GREENSPAN STEVE HASSMER CHARLEY HAYWARD LOUIS MACKALL
"NOT ENOUGH CHII.I sauce,” comments Carmen Osorio to Ann Truly and Jody NlcCovvcn at the Spanish Christmas party.
LANI NOVAK President
Representing one hundred hours of work, ten points in acting and averaging a grade of 85, this group of talented students keep up the GW drama standards. Their purpose is to stimulate interest in the theatre through one act plays and the annual musical.
PERFORMERS PROMOTE THEATRICAL INTERESTS
THE STAGE HANDS PLAY a vital part in the production of any play. Elaina Fromm, Donna Rice and Tenia Sakell learn to operate the mechanisms.
REHEARSING A SKIT, the group takes some helpful directing from Mike McClintoek.
• AH. DEMOSTHENES WHAT do I see on yonder Grecian hill?" inquires Donna Rice of Mike McClintoek
MIKE McCLINTOCK Vice-President ELAINA FROMM TENIA SAKELL Treasurer DONNA RICE
107PRETTY GIRLS AND HORSE AND BUGGY
SENIOR ATTENDAN Beth Omits
JUNIOR ATTENDAN Marie Patrick
108ADD GLAMOUR TO HOMECOMING PAGEANT
NICKI CROCHAN SEEMS TO ENJOY driving Queen Kathy and her escort. Bob Kelly, on her appointed route.
One of the highlights of the school year is the crowning of the Homecoming Queen. This year the coronation was enhanced by a horse and buggy used to convey Her Majesty on a tour of the stadium that her subjects might have a better opportunity to see her.
CROWNED BY HER FATHER, Kathy accepts her bouquet and begins her reign as queen.
HOMECOMING QUEEN - KATHY BERNIER.CO-CAPTAIN JERRY HUDSON crowns Queen Sherry Croyle as her escort, Richard Sharp, and Captain Stove Wannall look on.
WITH HER USUAL smile. Queen Sherry greets the football crowd as she rides around the stadium at halftime.
WELFARE AND AID KEYNOTE RED CROSS YEAR
110SONG BIRDS CAP BUSY YEAR WITH MAY CONCERT
STUART ELLIS, STEPHEN McKNICIIT, Peggy Webber and Lani Novak try for the high notes.
The choir members, meeting each day during third period, concentrate on developing a musical background. Among their activities this year was the dedication of T. C. Williams High School and their annual Christmas Concert, both in December. Working together with the other Alexandria high schools, the chorus attended a clinic in February.
CHOIR OFFICERS — Left to Rieht: Matcnia Sakell, Vice-President. Janice Keith, Librarian; Paula Miller. Librarian; Norma Scripture. Secretary; Maureen Lawson, Treasurer; Sherry Croyle, President.
CHOIR MEMBERS - First Row: Maureen Lawson. Sherry Croyle, Lani Novak. Peggie Webber, Paula Miller. Norma Scripture, Sally .Soles, Marcia Nelson. Second Row: Don Denison, Janice Keith, Jeanette Watson, Rustine Boston, Stef Boaz, Sheila Foote, Pat
Lunceford. Third Row: Kenneth Ross. Mike Ashton. David Read. Ronnie Shipe, Stuart Ellis. Stephen McKnight. Fourth Row: Chris Coss, Ray Golden, Don Mooney, Larry Holmes.DAVID
LYNDA SNYDER Assistant Editor
MR. WILLIAMS COMPASS Sponsor
MRS. HOUCHINS COMPASS Ad Staff
CHRIS CONI.ON Typist
WILLIAM DeWALT CINNIE
EL AIN A I-ROMM Art Editor
MIKE IIARMAN Photographer
THERESA HUTTLINGER Faculty Editor
TIMES REFLECTED AND EXAMINED BY BUSY STAFF
CULLEN JONES Senior Advisor
BOB KELLY Sports Editor
AUDREY KISER PAT LUNCEFORD MARIE PATRICK Junior Class Editor Freshman Class Editor Sophomore Class
JACK PEELE Senior Class Editor
JOHN PUDDY Activities Editor
WAYNE RENNER Faculty Editor
SUELLEN RIDCELY Activities Editor
EULA TEASDALE Activities Editor
AS THEY PREPARE the index for the 1966 Compass, Ginnie Dom-broski and Chris Conlon appear to lx- amused by an unusual name.
AD STAFF — First Row: Wendy Woodsidc, Barbara Byrne, Suzanne Miller, Marie Robertson. Sandy Morris, Bonnie Renshaw. Second Row: Mary Callahan, Rosemary Horgan, Catherine Peterson. Sally Soles. Chris Conlon, Stefanie Annicchiarico, Vicki Foss, Nickic Croghan, Carolyn Humphries.ANNUAL MIRRORS YEAR OF PROMINENT CHANGES
With several hundred students to T. C. Williams High School and many who formerly were enrolled at Parker-Gray High School taking their place, it was plainly evident when school opened last September that our school had experienced a major student personnel change.
In the 1966 Compass we have attempted to display the story of this change in words and pictures in the best and most complete fashion possible. We wish to thank Stephanie Baseler and William Kearney for their help and assistance in completing many time-consuming details.
CULLEN JONHS LOOKS off into the distance for an idea, as Jack Pcele really throws himself into the task of completing a difficult page layout.
MR. PERRY SUGGESTS a world of colors for the yearbook cover, preferably blue and gold.
IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUALS IN pictures proves perplexing for Pat Lunceford.
JOHN PUDDY SEARCHES for a thought. Hula Teasdale ponders over an Activities question.YOUNG JOURNALISTS COVER GW NEWS BEAT
Under the direction of Mrs. Hochcn and Kyle Warren. this year’s SURVEYOR staff has compiled an amazing number of literary conquests. Memories of incisive editorials and uproariously funny cartoons on controversial subjects will go with the SURVEYOR'S many subscribers as they wander through TIME. Also, an integral part of such memories will l c SCAnoramas and Carmen Osorio's bi-weekly articles.
It is a tribute to editors, reporters and sponsors alike that the SURVEYOR has passed the final test of a school publication: it has affected its subscribers lives and will 1)0 remembered by them.
MOIRA KILLELEA. LINDA GORHAM and Fred Salzinger seem to lx enjoying themselves as they pound out a few more paragraphs of the SURVEYOR'S up-to-the-minute news.
MRS. ELLEN HOCHEN
MR. CHARLES W. DRURY Instructor of Printing
KYLE WARREN Editor STEFF BOAZ
SARA FLESHER LINDA GORHAM
TOM HAWLEY JIM IIEMEON
MOIRA KILLELEA KATHY LEAVENS
MIKE McCONCHIE DEBBY PAUL
JANIE PFEIFF FRED SALZINCER
SANDY SASSOON JOSEPH WARREN
114THE LITTLE HATCHET ALWAYS awards a ten dollar first
prize to the winner of its short-story contest. This year, Isahelle Krebs presented the check to Mike Erwin, a Senior.
AUSTIN SCHMIDT. THE EIGHTH member of the staff, is committing the unpardonable sin of spending valuable class time reading C.W’s OTHER PUBLICATION!
STORIES, POETRY FILL SEMI-ANNUAL ISSUES
The 1965-1966 LITTLE HATCHET, George Washington High School’s literary magazine, is one of the few student-produced and student-printed literary publications in Virginia. Its numerous examples of student talent and fine layout combine to make it an outstanding publication.
Again this year it sponsored a short stop.’ contest. Through the years this has become a tradition to which many aspiring writers enter well-written and informative compositions. As usual, Mike Erwin, the winner of this year’s prize, displayed his fine talent in his winning essay. Because of the fine work included in the LITTLE HATCHET its circulation has increased noticeably.
MRS. ELLYN HOCHEN Sponsor ISABELLE KREBS Editor
VICTORIA FOSS DONALD FRAZER
ELIZABETH KIEFERLE JEN LUCAS
ROBERT SLATE CAROLINE WEDDINGFRENCH CLUB MEMBERS — Front Row: Jon Ruskin, Elizabeth Reed. Susan Hughes, Madge Krebs. Jim llassmer, Carolyn Humphries. Second Row: Eula Tcasdak . Kathy Schilling, Mary Lay, Jeanette Rice. Jeanette Russ. Alv Moreno. Chris Conlnn. Third Row: Susan Wheaton, Suellcn Ridgcly, Beth Amey, Isabelle Krebs.
Elizal cth Kieferle, Charlotte Wolford. Pam Woodside. Fourth Rote: Carl Ziegler, Drucilla Pettey. Martha Ridgely, Anita Allen. Jaelcv Bernier, Lani Novak, Jan Young. Fifth Row: Hilton Settle, Rick Xulin, Michael Miller, David I.iggio, Ruthanne Nichols, Mary McConkey, Jim Kady, Mark Schilling.
Interest in the activities of the French Club has increased noticeably in the past two or three years. With Paris and all of France now readily accessible, interest in the French language, people, their culture and government has assumed an important spot in the program of the language department.
As in the past, the club made a scrapbook again this year for a French school. This scrapbook contained information on American schools. The club also, sponsored a foreign language assembly and had luncheon at a French restaurant in Washington, D. C.
QUEL BEAU TABLEAU! dit Jeannette Rice.
MABEL HULL admires a poster of Notre Dame cathedral in
FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS - Sitting: Kyle Warren, President. Standing: Rosemarie Tessier, Secretary; Tenia Sakell, Vice-President; Cinnie Domhroski, Parliamentarian; Mary Ellen Woodley, Publicity Chairman; Elaina Fromm, Treasurer.LATIN CLUB PLAY BRINGS BACK GLITTER OF ROME
"LATIN? WHO SAYS IT ISN’T interesting?” observes Stuart
Besides personal fulfillment, the purpose of Latin Club is the further encouragement in the study of Latin and to promote interest in the subject.
Throughout the years the Latin Club has delighted the student body with its plays. This year was highlighted with another outstanding performance.
Other activities that have taken place this year are the annual Latin Club picnic, Saturnalia, and a banquet.
LATIN CLUB OFFICERS - Tinker Penn, Secretary; Roddy Pitta. Treasurer; Cullen Jones, Vice-President; Jody Warren, President.
LATIN CLUB MEMBERS - Front Row: Margaret Moran. Cerri Valois, Dale Stewart, John Walsh. Second Row: Linda Van Reiith, Carol Graham, Becky Giles, Sally Cumisky, Robert Bruce Reynolds,
Third Row: Bill Kelly, Stuart Ellis. John Jones. Curtis I.. Pittman. Fourth Row: Ray Jensen, John Smith, Don Webster.LINGUISTS CONCENTRATE ON CULTURE,
George Washington’s Iberian enthusiasts managed to cram a fantastic number of activities and projects into another school year. Among these were the annual Christmas party, complete with pinata, dance, and a movie, loaned by the llx rian Airlines. Student Council president, Mike McClintock, presented a talk on his 1965 summer trip to Mexico and Central America. The members and officers rounded out the year with the annual club picnic.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Lynn, their sponsor, the students ran their meetings according to the rules of parliamentary procedure.
ALICE HUDGINS PROUDLY locates the ol»scure hamlet of Muchas Charcos for the attentive club memlxTs.
SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS - Sitline: Boh Slate, Vice President. Ann Tnilv, President. Standing; Debbie Paul, Ronald Van Sisc, Sandra Sassoon.
SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS — Front Rote: Sandy Jennings, Rose-anne Saitta. Dianne Smith. Colhv Hatch. Second Rote: Alice Hudgins, Jane Cliff. Darlene Milward, Pixie Gainey. Third Rote: IX-hhic Scott. Bonnie Bates, Karen Burke. William Dacey, Charley I lays'ard. Fourth Rote: Pat l.uncvford. Janet Stanley. Margaret Graham. Wayne Renner. Fifth Rote: Tom Sampson. Sharon Bander, Bill Roy, Tony Suarez, Billy Combs.
118PEDAGOGUES-TO-BE TOUR TEACHERS COLLEGE
GERMAN CI.t'B OFFICERS - Sitting: Baird Ol-fidd, President. Standing: Debbie Chapman, Liz Holloway, Cathy Ifaringcr.
F.T.A. OFFICERS — Sitting: Sharon Pittard. President; Standing: Eula Teasdale, Vice-President; Sue McCuinn, Treasurer; Nonna Scripture, Secretary.
GERMAN PRODUCTIONS TRULY “WUNDERBAR”
GERMAN CI.t'B — Front Rnu. Sarah Sweeney, Christine McGinn-. i .mi Novak. Cathy 1 nes Roto; Rose-Marie Tessicr,
Jacky Bernier, Isa bell K s. M Braun. Third Roto: Neale Ain field, Bert Smith, Paul Fredctte. Vance Tucker.
Those GW-ites who aspire to filling the old and nohle occupations that are teachers’ could find at least partial fulfillment in the activities of the Future Teachers of America, who met in room 343 every other month.
The year was highlighted by the traditional faculty-coffee hour and the annual trip to a nearby college to study the teaching procedures at that level.
F.T.A. CLUB MEMBERS - Front Row: Karen Russell. Janice Downs. Second Row: Sharon Ruppcrt, Stephanie Basclcr. Pat Lunceford. Third Row: Diane Greenspan, Sandy Jordon, Sheila Foote. Fourth Row: Joyce Dakin. Margaret Moran.ASTRONOMY CLUB MEMBERS—Front Row: Scott Wayland, Jon Melody Foster, Catherine Miller, Bonnie Higgins. Third Row:
Buskin, Marsha Lastik, Audi Graham. Second Row: Charlotte Gee, Carol Robey, Carole Folk, Susan Sanders.
SKYGAZERS KEEP PACE WITH TITANS, ASTRONOMY CLUB AGENAS, MOON
GWs most air-minded club found much to discuss and praise in what national news media termed the U.S.’s "most dynamic year in space since Sputnik”. As our astronauts conquered the problems of "walking” in space, mid-orbital rendezvous, and accurate photography of the wonders of the universe, the Astronomy Club followed and studied developments with professional interest. Under Miss Whittakers guidance, the members soon boasted familiarity with the many mysteries of space.
CLUB OFFICERS Cinnic Dombrcski, President; Steff Boaz, V. Pres.; Sue McCtiinn, Secretary; and N'ita Wright, Treasurer, demonstrate the understanding of scientific techniques and principles that led to their election.
WE HAVE NEVER ceased to he amazed at Jon Ruskin's ability to inform and astound other members, such as Andi Graham, with little more than a pencil and an “USAF Lunar Reference Mosaic."PREXIES HONORED FOR PERSUASIVE ARGUMENTS, FORENSIC ABILITIES
GW’S RADIO PERSONALITIES. Mike NlcClintock and Dave Longfellow seem little the worse for wear after completing their individual appearances on WWDC Radio’s discussion program, "Our Two Cents.”
THE NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE, GW’s recently established fifth honor society, now boasts five members who have reached the necessary point total for the Degree of Merit; from the left: Steffan Bonfiglio, Mike Erwin. Mike McClintock, Dave Longfellow and Aubrey Burton.
KATHY IIARINGER (left) and Steve Hassmer excelled in individual oratory as they placed second in the Veterans of Foreign Wars — Voice of Democracy Contest and first in the American Legion City Oratorical Contest, respectively.
DAVE LONGFELLOW WAS just telling us about the experience he and Mike Erwin shared in winning the "distinguished" rating at the U. of Va. Conference on Current Affairs when we snaped this picture.
121MR. DORSEY AKERS, President of George Washington High School P.T.A., goes over his speech notes as he opens American Education Week by urging students to make the most of their educational opportunities so as to lx better prepared to take their places in tomorrow's world.
DR. JOHN ALBOHM, Superintendent of Schools, spoke on the worth of investing one’s early years in getting a good educational foundation for a happy adult life. He urged students to remain in school and graduate.
COMMUNITY LEADERS SALUTE
MR. FRANK MANN (seated), mayor of the City of Alexandria, is briefed on program plans by Mrs. Van Orman, school chairman for American Education Week; Mike McClintock, president of Student Council, and Mr. Gamer, just Ixfore speaking on the relationship of a dynamic community and its schools.
FORMER CRADUATE, Mr. Norman Schrott (standing left), successful local business man, returned to George Washington High School to explain that one’s education does not end with graduation from high school. Mr. Gamer (seated), Mrs. Van Orman and Mike McClintock go over American Education Week plans with Mr. Schrott.
American Education Week in November was, again, marked by a display on the school lawn as well as posters throughout the school.
The theme for this year was "Invest in Learning”. A subject to which this general theme referred was discussed during the opening exercises each morning. Among those who spoke on successive days were Mr. Dorsey Akers, president of George Washington High School P.T.A., Dr. John Albohm, Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Norman Schrott. member of the School Board and Mayor Frank Mann of the City of Alexandria.
122DOMESTIC ISSUES HEAD WORLD EVENTS SLATE
WORLD EVENTS CLUB
In the midst of an era of world-wide strife, space exploration and valiant efforts on the part of the United Nations and other peace organizations to bring about some semblance of order in a war-torn world, the World Events Club has consistently presented a worthwhile, as well as a constructive, program.
As might lx expected, current affairs, both national and foreign, have claimed the attention of the meetings which arc usually attended hv thirty to fifty memlxTS. In addition to outside speakers, trips to embassies and government agencies, the club also cooperated with the American Foreign Service organization. The year was closed with a picnic.
THE OFFICERS AND SPONSOR of the World Events Club complete their plans for the clfib year. I-eft to right, Cathy Har-ringer, Treasurer; Steve llassmer, Vice-President; Lani Novak, President; Miss Baugh, Sponsor; Cinnie Doinbroski, Parliamentarian and Dale Stewart, Secretary.
IT WAS ONE OF laini Novak’s pleasant duties as president to welcome her father when Colonel Novak appeared In-fore the World Events Chib to discuss the growth of Communism throughout the world.
VIETNAM, AND NATO, DEFENSE DOMINATE DISCUSSIONS
WORI.D EVENTS CLUB—First Row: Tim Warren, Jim llassmer. Carmen Osorio, Chris Conlon, Carolyn Humphries, Carol Sedln-rry, Mary Watford, Eula Teasdale. Second Rote: Nicki Croghan, Joyce Burcham. Matenia Sakell, Sally Akers, Sally Criffin, Liz Holloway. Jacky Bernier, Mary by. Third Rote: Susan Wheaton. Joan Kozel, Donnie Webster, Mark Schilling, Liz Kicferle, Isabelle Krebs, Sandy Sassoon. Fourth Rote: David Longfellow, Cullen Jones, Sue Cash, Judy McFadden. Wesley Schmidt. Ronnie Van Sisc. Fifth Row: Ruthanne Nichols, Charles Simonds, Mike Miller. Mike Erwin, Jim Kady.NEW TALENT BRIGHTENS STAGE PRODUCTIONS
EVE-SHADOW AND grease paint attract Doug Steven’s attention as Cathy Jones makes up for a
DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS—Front Row: Liz Dickson, Karen Schnctzlcr, Ellen Nalls, Elaina Fromm, Kathy Worley, Matcnia Sakcll. Second Row: Susan Wheaton, Margaret Moran, Linda Van Reuth, Cathy Jones, Barbara Byrne, Caroline Wedding. Third Row: Lynda Snyder, Suellen Ridgely, Mary Watford, Valerie Pellard, Sally Akers, Karen Koziol, Lani Novak. Fourth Row: Stef Boaz, Ted Smith, John Markin, Judy Mc-Fadden, Sandy Sassoon, David Liggio. Fifth Row: Mike Me-Clintock, Dave Longfellow.
REMORSE AND REGRET show plainly on Sally Soles' face as she rehearses for a serious dramatic role under Miss Rascoe’s tutelage.
124AS ‘BELLS ARE RINGING’ CLOSES GREAT SEASONS
With new talent coining to the fore with each succeeding production during the past year, the Drama Club closed another most successful season with the great presentation of “The Bells Arc Binging". With many hours of rehearsals and extensive and varied backstage work behind them, the members of the club presented several other equally outstanding performances throughout the year.
Some diffculty was anticipated as longtime sponsor Miss Sheftic left GW at the end of the first semester. Such fears soon proved to be groundless as the new coach, Miss Rascoc, skillfully took over where Miss Sheftic’s influence ended.
The club's influence spread far beyond its own province as highly skilled student actors exercised their talent in every conceivable facet of scholastic productions. Members appeared in the FBLA Talent Show and “Echo”.
Learning to smear grease paint isn’t as simple as it might seem. Costumes, make-up. directing and plain hard work, mixed with liberal portions of anxiety, all go into successful performances.
NINETY PF.R CENT of every production is the memorization of lines. Sally Akers and David Lig-gio take a final glance at the script before rehearsing a skit for the annual Drama Club play.
"CANT YOU SEE that this a a very serious situation in the play?” Miss Rascoc reminds Rick Ellis and Karen Koziol. Caroline Wedding listens attentively in the background.
123HOME PLANNERS LOOK AT FUTURE SUBURBIA
In this TIME and age when some young girls lack knowledge in basic homemaking, FHA members .are increasing their knowledge of culinary and womanly talents. In order to further interest in home economics and good family relations, the Future Home Makers of America sponsored Bakc-a-Thon and Spring Fashion Show this past year. Hoping to improve their talents in home making, they continued to sponsor activities that promoted a growing appreciation of home making. Attendance at national conventions is also important in producing a well-rounded future home maker.
"WHO SAYS THIS IS wash'n wear?” demands Wilabc Harrison as she solves some pressing problems.
FHA OFFICERS—Betty Hudson, Treasurer; Sue Wilks, President; I.ouisc Facgans, Reporter; Berric Valois, Vice-President.
SUE CASH CHOOSES her next project from a Simplicity
FHA MEMBERS—First Row: Karen Coldchien. C.ail Caryl, Saundra Du Vail, Peggy Webber, Joann Jackson. Second Row: Dcloris Craft,
Nancy MacBridc, Charlette Brooks, Gloria Islder, Mary Rhodes. Third Row: Sue Cash, Annette Baker, Wilabc Harrison, Paula Lee.
126FBI.A MEMBERS— Front Row: Nancy MncBride, Sara Flesher, Shirley Ottens, Beverly Miller, Ellen Nalls, Marion Simpson. Second Row: Karen Roberts, Sandy Baber, Beckic Swiccgood, Sharon Bat cr, Joanne Jackson, Dcloris Craft. Third Row: Margaret Logan, Becky Ilayle, Toni Marcinkus, Linda Gorham, Judy New-
COMPUTER, LEDGER CAPTURE ATTENTION
The Future Business Leaders of America projects a business attitude among its members. By such things as the F.B.L.A. Talent Show, competitions and conventions, it has promoted more business understanding among George Washington students. One of the more important functions of the F.B.L.A. is to give business training to its members in an era of computers and programmers.
This year, as in previous years, the F.B.L.A. came up with another marvelous talent show. Clubs of this nature prove how much untapped business ability there is in high school.
FBLA OFFICERS-Front Row: Beverly Miller. Linda Gorham, Cars- Spittle. Second Row: Mr . Morrisettc, Judy Newman, Toni Marcinkus Marion Simp on.
man, Wendy Spillan, Linda Funkhouser. Fourth Row: Gary Spittle, Pat Doss, Carol Burnham, Saundra Duvall, Diane Self, Bonnie Self.
"WE MAY BE HOBOES, but we’ve got each other,” harmoni c Lnni Novak and Nick Lampshirc at the F.B.L.A. Talent show
127FOLK MUSIC CLUB MEMBERS—Fronf Row: Candy Cavanagh, Marsha Lastik. Rose-Marie Tessier. Second Row: Cathy Jones, Fay Crimes, Janell Harding. Alice Hudgins, Darlene Mihvard. Third Row: Lisa Deiderich, Chris McClure, Elizabeth Downer. Fourth Row: Kathy Neff, Drue ilia Pettey, Linda Proctor, Steve Branam, Ray Dunn.
Car ’ Roach departs a bit from the traditional concept of the folk singer and his guitar, as he works out a number for presentation in the Hootenanny. He hopes, apparently, to rival Ringo in both skill and hair.
SINGING AND DANCING BRIGHTEN ANNUAL SHOW
FOLK MUSIC CLUB
The Folk Music Club meets afternoons in Mr. South’s room and students leaving late in the day can often catch strains of their earnest efforts when passing. As it often is, the Club Show was one of the highlights of the 1965-66 school, and GW-itcs will no doubt remember it for some TIME to come. Boh Parkinson and Jim Nabors of WEAM Radio agreed to serve as masters of ceremonies. Among the feature groups was The Wanderer.
Further contact with the “music of the American people” was provided in the annual Hootenanny, held to raise funds for the acquisition of a foreign exchange student for the coming school year. The last organized event of the season was the Club Picnic, which brought the schedule of meetings and performances to an auspicious close.
Just as the formation of the Folk Music Club did not put an end to individual shows at parties or other activities. neither did it limit the members repertoire to nothing more than the traditional folk songs. A carefully chosen selection of popular music and folk-rock has been presented at every show this year.
OFFICERS—Sitting: Mary Ann Dcaclc. Standing: Bill Roy, David Liggio, Bill Combs.NEW CAPS AND GOWNS ACCENT GRADUATION
For countless years past, the carved stone eagles that roost securely above GW’s South Door have surveyed the solemn procession and ceremonies that signify the end of four years at C V for hundreds of Seniors. In recent years, the once dignified ranks of June graduates have become, unfortunately, the "Old Gray Line”, attired in robes that showed the ravages of both time and heavy use. The traditional garments had faded and additional purchases and replacement had altered the formerly gray masses to a potpourri of varying shades and textures.
At the start of the 1965-66 school year, the sponsors of the Senior Class decided in secret to bring the state of graduation into keeping with its traditional beauty and solemnity. Through the dedicated efforts of Mrs. Houchins, new arrangements were ready to be announced to the Class in January. The old robes (right; modelled by A1 Smith and Gallic Love) and their medieval mediocrity were gone. In their place were new black robes for hoys and white for girls, to be used at the June Commencement. The new robes (above; modelled by Don Frazer and Vicki Foss) featured shorter design and honor stoles of blue and gold for distinguished graduates. Needless to say. Seniors were ecstatic.
129GIRLS CHORUS—First Row: Elaine Johnson, Dora Hunt, Anita Berry, Diane Smith, Kay Dowdy, Gloria Scott. Second Row: Karen Burgess, Janice Harris, Janet Saunders, Janice Irby, Andrea Orsini, Donna Downs. Third Row: Linda Hunt, Tryphene Miller, Linda Morgan, Pamela Jordan, Terry Clarke, Scherry Pugh. Fourth Row: Eva Williams, Charlene Harris, Diane Dickerson, Jeannette Carr. Dcvorah Clay.
GARY ROACH KEEPS TIME and succeeds in making sounds palatable to even a teachers ear.
BOY’S GLEE CLUB—First Row: David Stetson, Matthew Schnedl, Alan Batcheller, Jim Hassmcr. Second Row: Harry Richardson, Dennis Weaver, George Siers, Alan Ellis. Third Row: Willie Fa-coner, John Birchfield, Gary Roberts. Fourth Row: Bill Perkins, Richard Morris, Clifton Drummond, Charles Keller.
FRESHMEN GIRLS CHORUS-F rrf Rote: Linda Dossier, Lynn McClendon, Wendy Wendcroth, Janet Allison, Shirley Ottens. Mary Linn Adams. Second Row: Frances Wise, Marsha Lastik, Brenda Parker, Reba Hicks, Deborah Barbre. Third Row: Jeannette Gibson,
Janet Callahan, Donna Raines, Denise Barbre, Beth Amey. Fourth Row: Susan Harmon, Virginia Callahan, Mary Meehan, Sarah Peterson, Rita Jarrett, Sarah Bostick.SINGERS BRING FUN, EXCITEMENT TO SCHOOL LIFE
Pleasant sounds often filled the corridors during the past year as the various choruses prepared future programs for assemblies and other public appearances. Miss Bivens constant admonitions to students will remain fond memories for years to come. “Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La. Ti, Do. Who made that flat note? Let’s try again". How familiar these phrases must sound to those who have gone through what seemed like endless rehearsals.
The Christmas program of appropriate and traditional seasonal numbers, presented on successive mornings just prior to the Christmas recess in the Lindsey Memorial Auditorium, would, most certainly, rank among the finest to be seen and heard anywhere.
MR. BARR DEMONSTRATES the beauty in music while play-ing the school organ.
ADVANCED GIRLS CHORUS-F rsf Rote; Roseannc Saitta, Jennifer Hylton. Given Winston, Barlsara Haley, Ellen Ramsey, Vicky Campbell. Second Row: Paula Lyles, Devorah Thomas, Lucille Hawkins. Karen Rolx-rts, Jane Coleman, Sandra Burns. Kathy Ber-r Third Row: Nancy MacBridc, Peggy Harmon, Wendy Spillan, Charlotte Wolfford, Peggy Francis, Linda Marsh. Fourth Roiv: Marti Waugh, Judy Weekly, Nancy Rodda, Colena Turner, Judy Brown, Callie Love, Connie Reamy.
UP AND DOWN anti up and down go live pedals of the organ with the express help from Mr. Barr.
FRESHMEN GIRL'S CHORUS-First Row: Kay Scaffido, Claudia Humphries, I.enora Dean. Linda Saunders. Marian Deaclc, Francine Lewis. Second Row: Ellen Britt. Madonna Rumford, Debbie Wesley, Lauren Thomas, Betty Connor Jean Ricucci. Third Row: Becky Seccuro, Sharon Vceney, Linda Watson, Deborah Bond, Sharon Johnson, Doris Boggan. Fourth Row: Stephannic Krywicki, Lyncll Palmer, Kathy Nett, Bonnie Callan.MUSICANS SET TEMPO AT SCHOOL AFFAIRS
The George Washington High School Orchestra has contributed much to the cultural side of school in the past year. During third period, under the direction of Mr. Barr, this group conscientiously applied its talents to maintain GW standards. Without the background music supplied by this group, many of the programs would have lost that final touch. Together with the choir, the orchestra gave its annual Christmas Concert, held in the Lindsey Auditorium. Carols and other selections added spirit to the Christmas season. They also performed in their usual polished style at graduation, and participated in the musical.
THE FIDDLERS THREE-Top to bottom: Sally Griffin, Jean Griffin and Henry Coffman.
NO MATTER WHAT shape your stomach’s in.” (??)
ORCHESTRA—Le f to Rifiht: Jean Griffin. Henry Coffman, Cerri Avres, Sally Griffin, Jack Buns. Dale Stewart. Standing: Binky Smith, Stanley Greene.POM POM GIRLS—First Rote: Sherry Wood. Alice Pullman. Marie Robertson. Second Row: Debbie Barbre, Roba Hicks, Sandy Jordan, Denise Barbre.
POM POM GIRLS—First Row: Linda Underwood, Linda Tnimble Linda Gorbam. Maureen Uwson. Second Row: Judy Newman. Becky Dayle, Linda Procter.
HALFTIMES GLAMORIZED BY TALENTED GIRLS
WITH THE IMPORTANCE of the halftime program, especially the football games' the majorettes have displayed their talents and contributed their time to achieve a tasteful intermission. In their brilliant outfits, these girls add glamour to the marching band, and stimulate interest in skills needed by majorettes.
MAJORETTES- to «•« «t: Kay Scaffido, Becky Scaffido. Bev. erly Thomas, Chris Mitchell.
"I'm GLAD I brought along my umbrella," comments Drum Major Binky Smith. “It looks like rain”
133THE CHILL IN THE air seemed to spur the marching band on to greater performances as it prepared the intricate maneuvers displayed at the Thanksgiving morning game against Washington and Lee.
The George Washington High School hand has outdone itself again. One of the major activities of the year was the visit of the Fife and Drum Corps to George Washington University. The band also played for the
George N ashington University Colonials. Some of the hand members played in the annual All-State Orchestra Concert that was held here.
THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BAND was spectacular at the battle against Wakefield, which GW won 7-0.
opening day game, cheering the team on to victory in the gridiron
134SPIRIT OF 76 MARCHES DOWN THE HELD AT GW
The band had another great year under the capable leadership of Mr. Frank Barr. School spirit increased with the tempo of the marching musicians. The Thanks giving game halftime program was easily the highlight of the football season.
The Fife and Drum Corps was organized this year. From early September students worked long and hard to make their appearances at football games outstanding. The result of this was plainly evident whenever they marched on the playing field.
NELS THARESON, NORTON BRAGG, and Paul Allen sound off in brass.
STEVE HASSMER AND ROBIN READ strike up the band, showing great enthusiasm.
DUE TO THEIR SKILL, our majorettes can easily keep time while twirling their batons with precision.
DRUM AND FIFE CORPS MEMBERS-Firsf Row: Michael Harman. Suzanne Miller, Cathy Jones. Jean Griffin. Dclxrrah Chapman, Delmar Thomas. Second Row: Peggy Wcbljer, Margaret Grahamn, Moira Killclea, Dale Stewart, John Green. Third Row: Jim llemcon,
Sally Soles, Joyce Burcham. Lynda Snyder, Sally Griffin. Fourth Row: llonrv Coffman. Will Kearney, John Green, Robin Reed. David Reed. Fifth Row: Jack Burns, John Nelson.
135MEGAPHONES AND NOISE BRING VICTORIES-
The Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshman cheerleaders play a huge part in the activities’ program. They have the responsibility of keeping school spirit high during basketball and football games. At the opening of each football and basketball season, they bring the gymnasium roof down with resounding cheers such as, 'Two
bits, four bits, six bits, a dollar, everybody for GW, stand up and holler! Oskewow wow, skinuwow wow, skin Hammond, WOW!” exlaims the student IkkIv. "On GW, on GW, fight hard for that line, run the ball around the opponents, touchdown sure this time. Rah, Rah, Rah!”
STOKESrARSITY YELL-LEADERS ORGANIZE CROWD SPIRIT
137CAA MEMBERS—Front Rote: Patricia Presley, Donna Jones, Cathy Braun, Theresa Clouse, Bettv Lou Adkins, Karen Russell, Debby Chapman. Second Rote: Marie Braun. Denise Valois, Sharon Stone, Sally Soles. Mary lo Jackson, Dora Miller, Jeanette Rice. Third Row: Pat Brooks, Brenda Cochenour, Joyce Sowa, Joyce Burcham, Peggy Cochenour.
The Cirls Athletic Association is one of the more important parts of school participation at George Washington. The G.A.A. promotes more girl participation in their full program of activities, including volley ball, tennis, and archery.
GAA OFFICERS—Audrey Baber, Sharon Baber, Joyce Sowa, Pat Brooks.
SPORTS EXCELLENCE AIM OF GAA. AND LEADERS
ATHLETIC LEADERS BOB FOSTER (20) and Ronnie Coker (42) block the attempted pass of Dour Campbell of the T. C. Williams High School Titans.
The Athletic Leaders were formed for the purpose of assisting the Phys. Ed. teachers. These boys have to be athletically gifted and to have a good grade average to achieve this honor. All the boys play an important role in training of other students by demonstrating the gymnastic equipment and new procedures in athletics.
ATHLETIC LEADERS—Front Row: Jim Crichton, Jay Newman, Stanley Greene, Raymond Hubbard, Ken Smith. Second Row: Keith Diamond, Donald DiCicco, John Rcnzi, Bob Foster, Michael Suarez. Third Row: Terry Greene, Bud Alexander. Alan Griggs, Raymond Golden, Irving Smith. Fourth Row: Paul Sunrise, Jim Herlick, Dannv Jefferson. Clifton Drummond, Clay Bush. Fifth Rote: Edward Wrignt, William Swisher. Jim Florence, Mike Kentes.
138LETTERS SIGNIFY ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS
Keynoted by determination, the Monogram Club continued to stress interest and participation in athletics. Maintaining the highest ideals of sportsmanship was the prime objective of each varsity letterman this year, as
Honoring the football team and cross-country squad at its annual fall sports awards banquet was the main activity of the Monogram Club this past year. Several Monogram Club meml ers, who displayed the highest quality in individual achievement, were honored at the banquet. Bert David, John Jones, and Jimmy Herbert were among those honored.
GEORGE WASHINGTON'S DEFENSE sparkles as Sid Thomp-son (44) and Ralph Barnette prevent Fort Hunt from petting anotht-r basket.
MONOGRAM CLUB MF.MBERS-Fronf Rote: Tern Greene. Rol ert Burton, Raymond Golden, Irving Smith. Steve Craddock. Second Roic: Louis Mackall, Maurice Adams, Kenny lohnson. John Jones. Third Rote: Jim Hcnteon. John D'Elia. John Brooks. Dannv Jefferson, Curtis Pittman. Fourth Row: John Hall, Randy Worden, Mike RadclifTe.
RAY GOLDEN, NEW MEMBER of the 1966 Monogram Club, skirts around end for a fifteen yard gain in the annual Thanksgiving Day battle against Washington and Lee.I.C.T. BOOMS WITH EXCITEMENT AND ASPIRATIONS
FIREMAN TRAINEE, Michael Conner polishes the brass on one of the hook and ladder trucks of the Alexandria Fire Department.
THE QUEEN'S COURT and escorts composed of Pat Gallagher and Steve Coffman, and Betty I .ess anti William Cason ride by in the Thanksgiving parade at C V.
I. C. T. CLUB-Fronf Rote: Mike Conner, I.inda Baker, Irene Pearson, Cragg Bender. Second Rote: Darrell Van Dyne, Pam
The Industrial Cooperative Training program is intended for students who wish to learn a trade while still completing high school. As nearly as possible, students are assigned for training in vocations of their choice. By so doing, these students can determine whether or not they have an aptitude for the trade of their choice and, at the same time, develop skills while at work.
With the cooperation of many of the business men of Alexandria, this program has, for several years, given many students of George Washington High School, who otherwise might not benefit from a purely academic program, a chance to prepare for a worthwhile job as they look forward to graduation.
PAT GALLAGHER PUTS one of her customers under a hairdryer at the Alexandria Beauty Academy.
Pannan, Bonnie Comer. Diane Chambers. Third Rote: Pat Bennett, Diane Riley, Betty Less, Jeanette Jacobs, Joyce Hitt.VALERIE RIVES DISPLAYS a golden smile as I.C.T. Queen in the Thanksgiving Day Parade in George Washington High School stadium.
AS AN APPRENTICE PRINTER at the Alexandria Printing Company, William Cason operates a printing press.
JAMES BOULER PREPARES to change the oil in a car under the watchful eye of an experienced mechanic at Aero Chevrolet Company.
CARY SEAMON (extreme right) poses with his co-workers at the Alexandria Barber Academy.
TRADE TRAINING PROGRAM DEVELOPS USEFUL SKILLS
HELPING TO MAKE A CABINET. Mikt DcWitt fits a piece into place at the Alexandria Lumber Company shop.STUDENTS PREPARE FOR FUTURE BY EXPERIENCE
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION OFFICERS - President. Donna Knapp; Vice-President, Loma Langford; Treasurer, Charles Williams; Parliamentarian, Keiula Crum; Sergeant-at-Anns, Joe Flynn.
The Distributive Education program provides an excellent opportunity for young people to have a look at the business world through actual experience. The members enjoy discussions about the problems that confront them in their search for a career.
Experience is the best teacher, and these young people have come to know this fact. Many of our citizens are concerned about the future of our city. Their concern has promoted the availability of jobs for young people for they are the future of our city and our nation. These young people have skill that can Ik profitable to our society if put in use. This program provides such an opportunity for them.
In order to succeed in our society, each person must give his lx st and if possible, a little more. In this program, the student learns how to function in the business world and how to Ik worthwhile.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB-Fronf Row: Zante Vernon, Diane Davis, Nancy Harris, Charlene Bradley, Mildred Lloyd, Calc Wanzer, Gwendolyn Boyd. Second How: Lorna Langford, Donna Knapp, Nancy Marlin, Gerry Grotto, Mary Monzuk, Shirley Bateman. Third Row: Steve Flynn, Allen Meadows, Willie Parker, I-arry Molfett, Steve Wools, Calvin Thorpe. Fourth Row: Gary llodgcs, Alan Griggs, Ronnie Clark, Frank DelChamp.
DONNA KNAPP AND NANCY HARRIS watch as Mayor Mann, of Alexandria, signs a proclamation declaring the week of November 7-14, 1965 National Distributive Education Week.
142DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB - Front Rote: Diana Bern, Sharon Stinette, Peggv Livesay, Amanda Kidd, I.inda Smith. Peggy Knocmschild. Second Row: Francis Halev, David Hess. Paul Moldovan, Randy Major, Carv Moore. Third Row: Kenneth Dean, Calvin Jones, James Henry, Frank Scaffido.
SHARON STINETTE, OF CEORC.E WASHINGTON, and Jackie Fader of Hammond, while attending a conference of Distributive Education officers of the Alexandria area, smile approvingly at a club display.
ALAN GRICCS DRIVES the Distributive Education Homecoming Parade Entry, as Queen Amanda Kidd. Kcnda Crum, and Ixtrna Langford smile from the backseat.
143AS THE SCHOOL DAY ends, students Linda Snyder, Cail JANET BAXLEY, LARRY HURST and Sondra Phillips prac-
Co!e and Barbara Coombs acquire that serious countenance which lice typing with eyes on copy,
is the opposite of morning gaiety.
STUDENTS CHOOSE THEIR FUTURE VOCATIONS
Vocational Office Training’s main purpose is to orient students with office work and other related fields.
The year has been filled with interesting speakers, discussions and dynamic activities. One of the highlights of the year was the VOT banquet. Another thrilling event was the annual Valentine's Day coffee hour for the faculty.
Ilow to be successful in business is an important question. The members know neatness, a friendly smile, and good organization all help to acquire a business position. Knowledge of the basic fundamentals is vital to those who wish to succeed in any vocation. This worthwhile program helps to develop the individual for these skills and helps to provide self confidence. Everyone realizes that progress takes away jobs, but it also helps people to bring out their utmost and reach for a higher goal than before.
MARGARET PAYNE WHIPS up copies the easy way with a mimeograph machine.
SMILING BROADLY, Barbara Kennedy, Linda Coberly and Carol Bowman finish their jobs on time in typing.
MR. ASHLEY INSTRUCTS students Genevieve Lawson and Linda Petart in the use of new computer equipment in the business department.
144STUDENTS HELPFUL IN
SCHOOL OFFICE WORK
SCHOOL BANK WORKERS Nancy Crockett and Roger Buckner total receipts as Mrs. Morrissette supervises their work.
MAIN OFFICE WORKERS Carol Burnham. Betty Cooper. Stephen McKnight and Mary Lay run through office procedures in the main office with their usual efficiency.
This year, assuming great responsibility, school office workers ran errands, did extensive paperwork, and in general assisted the regular office staff. Performing ?! ir tasks effectively, they added a special zest to that part of our TIME spent in school.
A part of school life, they checked on absentees and attendance errors. Running errands and making themselves generally useful was all part of their daily routine.
They too, profited, gaining more for their TIME than sore feet. From association with the school administration, they learned that not everyone in school above age twentv-fivc is a monster. Instead, they quickly came to realize that teachers are among the most sympathetic people to be found anywhere.
BOOKROOM WORKERS—Front Rote: Jim Baar. Karl Smith. Bo b Cihson. Second Row: Fred Sal ingcr, Ted Maynard. Joe Popadcn.
145GUIDANCE, CLINIC, AND LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
ATTENDANCE OFFICE WORKERS—Mary Kay rrice. Cindy Himes, Honda I.indsay, Stephanie Annicchiarico, Mary Arnett.
LIBRARY WORKERS - Sheila Foot. Helen Lewis, Toni Marcinkus (standing), Charlene Athey, Debbie Wilson, Jane Fox.
CLINIC WORKERS—Alice Bullman, Marian Simpson, Frances Norman, Marjorie Lape, Jo Ann Wcnderoth.
MRS. DRURY CHECKS out a book with the usual admoni tion, “Don’t forget to bring it back on time."
HALL MONITORS—Front Row: Robin Harbaugh. Jackie Bcrk-stresser, Jody McGowan. Second Row: Donnie Webster, Barbara Byrne, Carolyn Wrcnn. Third Row: Jimmy Slivinsky, Bill Roy, David Liggio.AND HALL MONITORS KEEP SCHOOL EFFICIENT
SCHOOL STORE—Ruth Salzingcr, Mary Ellen Woodley. Patrick Meehan, Pat Lunccford.
GUIDANCE OFFICE WORKERS-Front Rote: Peng)1 Francis. Kathy Worley, Rosemary Morgan. Charlotte Wolford. Second Rou. Darlene Myers, Cary Spittle, Sally Cumiskey, Darlene Pack.
HALL MONITORS—Fronf Row: Bob Hicks. Ronnie Harrison. Second Row: Drucilla Pettoy, Carol Scd berry, Barbara Day.With the passage of TIME, the term “Sports” has come to cover no fewer than eight separate divisions of athletics; all of which field varsity and junior varsity teams. In many ways, the 1965-66 season was outstanding, with spectacular showings in track and basketball. Both coaches and players, in their determination and conduct, added several chapters to GW's tradition of victory and sportsmanship.
149VARSITY GRIDDERS GRIND OUT WINNING SEASON
VARSITY FOOTBALL - Front Row: Ronald Barefoot. Ollie Westbrook, Robert Kelly. Aubrey Burton. Ronnie Barnett, Robert Burton. Eddie Basham. Bobbie Gibson, Steplien Kinnctt, Bob Foster. Richard Jenkins. Sonny Bonner. Second Row: Sylvester Hammond, Lionel Smith, Ronnie Coker, Alfred Keller, Raymond Golden, John
Jones, Steve Wannall, Sidney Thompson, Jim Herbert, Jerry Hudson Stanley Green, Don Moffitt. Third Row: Terry Green, Jimmy Gricfa ton, Ronnie Rease, Kenneth Johnson, Tom Johnson. Richard Fehr Tom Hawley, Hugh Alexander, Ronald Harison, Steve Craddock Bill Cason.
POTENT OFFENSE ACCENTS ROCK-LIKE DEFENSIVE EFFORT
The 1965 George Washington Varsity Football Team was an outstanding one. Defying gloomy pre-season forecasts, GW posted a 6-4 record, showing poise and determination in turning back Northern Virginia's perennial powers. The season was off to a fast start when the Prexies trounced Wakefield, Edison, and Mount Vernon. Despite disappointing losses to cross-town rival Hammond, and Fort Hunt in league play, GW exploded against Lee, Croveton, and traditional Thanksgiving Day opponent, Washington-Lee. The last was our crowning glory; the
first win over W-L in eight years.
Contributing to the season success were, of course, the coaches Mr. Dixon, Mr. Blair and Mr. Carter. Team standouts were Bobby Gibson, Steve Wannall, Tom Johnson, Don Moffett and All-District selections Bay Golden and Sid Thompson. The student body was justly proud of the 1965-66 team, which was truly the dark horse of the season, coming from behind to seize the number two spot in the Alexandria District.
150STEVE KIN NETT (87) AND Danny Jefferson (27) converge to bring down a Lee ball carrier short of a first down.
DANNY JEFFERSON (27) BREAKS up a pass about to be grabbed by Danny Seaton (88) of Hammond as Steve WannaD 61 moves in for the tackle.
PREXIES DEFY ALL PRE-SEASON PREDICTIONS
RONNIE BAREFOOT (28) LUNGES at the last moment to break up a pass intended for Bamcc Price (22) of Hammond.
THE PREXIES ARE LED on to the gridiron by Bobby Foster (20), Steve NVannall (61). Rick Jenkins (23), Bill Cason (29 Olbe Westbrook (62), Don Mooney (65) and Kenny Smith (47) in the season's opener against Wakefield.PASSES ON TARGET PUT PREXIES ON TOP
AFTER A BRILLIANT CATCH. Stan Grttik- (49) sidesteps Chuck Eakes (25) of Wakefield for a first down. Bobby Foster (20) provides cover.
BRUCE BARRETT (S3) of F‘t. Hunt is a little too late as quarterback Bobby Cibson (10) of Ccorge Washington unleashes a pass for long yardage.
RONNIE BARNETTE (11) scampers clear of Dave French (88) as Sid Thompson (50) moves in.ONE DOWN, TWO TO
GIBSON TO MOFFETT ENDS W-L'S REIGN OF TERROR
For ten long years, Washington-Lee of Arlington held a magic spell over GW. Suddenly, on Thanksgiving Day in 196-5, Princes Charming in guise of the 1965 Varsity football team broke this spell. It was a combination of a tough defense, which held W-L to 21 yards and an inspired offense which rolled up 193 yards. A 70-vard pass play from Bobby Gibson to Donny Moffett put the icing on the cake and GW came home with a 6-0 victory.
GO FOR THE BUCKET
ALL-DISTRICT SELECTION RAY GOLDEN (48) turns on the speed to elude Fete Gaymond (66) of W-L.
SPLIT END RAY GOLDEN (48) snagi -i pass and sprints for a long gain as Lucky Gant (34) of Wakefield attempts to cut his yardage.FIGHTING JAYVEES DERAIL POWERFUL FOES
JUNIOR VARSITY OFFENSIVE TEAM—Front Row: Bill Ami-Nlrong, Kyo Campbell, John Rcnzi. Rodney Vernon, Kennv Smith, Eddie Fordham. Second Row: Dennis Jennings, Billv Turner, Don Mooney, Clav Mills, Dick Hawes, Don Young. Third Row: Allen Furr, Bill Smith, Salfon Andolsun, James Durham. Thomas Brown.
JUNIOR VARSITY DEFENSIVE TEAM - Front Row: Terry cilery Ronny Smith, Steve Kennedy. Martv Harvev, Bob Hicks, Charles Hall, Kenny Carter. Second Row: Rosier Burek, Spence Gardner, lames Chavais, Chris Castle, Herb Thomas, James Murray, Larry Caldwell, Louis Webster. Third Row: Lawrence Smith. John Webster, Charles Edwards, Rav Brown, Joe Bellfield, Creenfair Moses, Gan- Drummond.
FULLBACK KENNY SMITH BULLS HIS WAY through a host of Edison tacklcrs as Don Mooney (65) helps clear his path.
THE ’65 JUNIOR VARSITY football season was a great one. An outstanding 5-1-2 record, including wins over Edison, Hammond and Fairfax accented the powerful attack of this star-studded aggregation. After losing their opener to T. C. Williams High School, the J.V.’s mowed down opponents in a monotonous and convincing fashion, week after week. A stout defense was the mainstay of the team’s play. This, coupled with a consistent passing and running game, provided the necessary spark for a victorious season.
0 T. C. Williams 2
12 Edison 7
6 Mount Vernon 6
7 I Iammond 0
14 Fort Hunt 7
6 Lee 0
12 Fairfax 6
12 Woodson 12
JUNIOR VARSITY COACHES - Mr. Donaldson. Mr. Stanley.FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM - Front Row: Cone Purdv, Bruce Brunson, Bol Mullens, Vince Manni, Don Roberts, Alan Holmes. Cars- Meyer, W .is land Tax lor, Carl Willis, Ralph Wanzer. Second Row: Eddie Crews, Bill Turner, Tom Morgan, Doug Watts, Paul Allen, Jim Crockett, Charles Cordon, Cars- Himes, Ray Brown, Harry Hughes. Andy Dodd. Third Row: David Kinnett, John Roberts. John Swisher. Ray Menke. Cary Slack. Carv Branam, Dannv Macklin. Jeff Kelley, Richard Klow, Paul Phillips.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM - Front Row: Lee Hooks. Allan Holmes, Lcainan Lewis, Henry Ortiz, Tom Shank. Jim Brown. Frank Alexander. Second Row: John Smith, Craig Zeller, Charles Frere, Richard Hughes, Billy llottle, Dannv West.
BABY PREXIES PILE UP POINTS AND OPPONENTS
THE ’65 FRESHMAN football team held fast to tradition in piling up a 6-1 season. The Freshman offense racked up 134 points while a stout defense held opponents to a total of 32 points. Wins came against annual powerhouses Episcopal, Lee and Hammond. The lone loss was to a fired-up Fairfax team. With stars coming of age, future Varsity teams should have a wealth of talent.
FRESHMAN COACHES - Mr. Donaldson. Mr. Fox. Mr. Johnson.
SEASON S RECORD
24 Mount Vernon 0
26 Episcopal 7
14 Fort Hunt 7
12 Lee 0
26 T. C. Williams 0
12 Fairfax 18
46 Hammond 0
HARD-CHARCINC RA BROWN (26) drives up the middle for a fine gain against Lee.
155PRESIDENTS RETAIN ’65 SCORING MOMENTUM
DRUMMONDAS NEW STARS SHINE
As football season closes! last autumn, the local experts began to make their pre-season picks of top ba kctl»a!l teams. Annual powerhouses, including Washington-Lcc, Wakefield. Edison and Woodson, were predicted to lead in their respective districts. George Washington was rated as an "underdog", a team that was undergoing a “rebuilding year”. Edison was a widespread favorite for the number one spot in GW’s Alexandria District. Cone were Skeeter Swift. Boh Mason, Jay Mills and Ken Barnett of the 65 Championship team. The Job of rebuilding was going on with l oys like Sid Thompson. Bob Gibson and Ralph Barnett, all veterans of last year’s hard-fought schedule. Bob Foster, Steve Kinnett, Ronnie Coker, Keith Diamond anti Funky Woollum were up from the Jayvccs, and Parker-Gray provided us with the services of such outstanding players as Irving Smith, Clifton Drummond. Harry Richardson, and Bo Moultrie. These boys practices! and gained cohesion under the steady eye and hand of Coach Clay Estes, who, in the words of another coach, could take any five boys and “have a championship team”. The season’s record would reveal that GW was less an underdog and more a dark horse in the long battle for final honors.
GW opened the season by trouncing Groveton 68-59. The following night the Proxies faced the defending Northern Va. Champs, the Wakefield Warriors, and 'beat them in overtime. We continued to roll up victories and brought an undefeated record up against the state's ace defensive unit, the W-L Generals. Our own fine defensive effort and some fancy shooting handed our Arlington rivals their first loss. GW joined two other teams for the distinction of being undefeated after four games, A few weeks later, GW met Woodson at a home game and cut the undefeated teams to two. The Richmond Timcs-Dis))atch however, was rating the Presidents the number one group in the state of Virginia. Edison administered a stern defeat a few nights later and there seemed to be little doubt that CW would have to l c satisfied with second place.
Not stopping to sulk, the Proxies turned in four straight wins ami met Edison a second time Indore a capacity crowd. Improvement showed and wc clenched the distinction of being the only school to clip the high-flying Eagles, 67-50.
It went right down to the wire and a battle royal for the state ! erth from the Alexandria District. At the end of the regular season, George Washington High School tied with Edison for the honors of the District, the second time GW had placed first in three years.
GW’s hopes for going to the State Tournament ended in the finals of the District Tournament held at T. C. Williams High School on March 5, 1966. In a hard-fought game that provided what was perhaps the ultimate in spirit and basketball skill, the Edison Eagles eked out a victory over the Prexie five, 53-18.
The 1966 Team defied predictions, kept a record of sportsmanship unblemished, and led its school and fans to the heights that have come to be expected of such teams. The 1966 COMPASS salutes them all.
IN WINNING SEASON
CW OPPONENT CW OPPONENT
68 Groveton 59 53 Edison 69
65 Wakefield 62 76 Mt. Vernon 49
63 T. C. Williams 38 68 Fort Hunt 3S
58 Wasliington-Lec 54 56 Groveton 51
67 Fort Hunt 39 79 Hammond 53
91 Lee 49 67 Edison 50
61 Woodson 58 62 T. C. Williams 42
72 Hammond 52 67 Lee 42
69 Yorktoxvn 38 68 Mt. Vernon 49
70 Mt. Vernon 51
72 T. C. Williams 55
48 Edison 53
WITH TWO MINUTES TO CO. Coach Estes gives Bob Foster (20) a well-deserved pat on the back for his outstanding floor play in the Edison game. Final score: CW 67-Edison 50.
VARSITY BASKETBALL MANACERS - Ted Smith. James Baziluik, Buddy Ward.
157GOING UP FOR TWO points is GW's Bobby Foster (21) as Dan Rich (22) and John Weathers (42) of Fort Hunt try in vain to stop him.
DESPERATELY ATTEMPTING TO drive in for a score. Bert Readyhough (35) of Fort Hunt finds his way effectively blocked by Irving Smith (35) of George Washington.
LEAPING ABOVE THE outstretched reach of Phil Jewell (23) and Bob Lowe (35) of Edison, Ralph Barnett (12) goes up for a layup.
RON COKER (42) of GW bounds high to pull in a rebound as Mt. Vernon players look on helplessly.
BOB GIBSON (10) battles Milton Washington (11) of T. C. Williams High School for the ball as the Proxies whipped the Titans, 63-37.BOB FOSTER (20) lets go with a long shot as Wayne Johnson (35) of the T. C. Williams Titans hinges desperately to prevent the score.
SKILLFULLY HOOKING a left-handed shot over the hand of Phil Jewell (23) of Edison, Bobby Gibson (10) scores again.
SURROUNDED BY Ralph Bamctt (12) and Irving Smith (35). Bert Readyhough (35) and another unidentified Fort Hunt player battle the Prexic cagers for a rebound.
GW's IRVING SMITH (30) gets off one of his jump shots despite the defensive effort of Bud Wanzcr(41) and another unidentified T. C. Williams player. Bob Foster (20) and Bob Gibson (10) prepare to take the rebound, if necessary.
SID THOMPSON (44), big Prexic 0-2 center, scores a quick basket as Phil Stringer (5) of Wakefield is effectively blocked out of the play by Bob Foster (20) of George Washington.A new coach and a wealth of talent provided GW with a highly successful Jayvec basketball team. Stepping into the shoes left by Coach Campbell, Coach Blair worked a group of unknowns into regular season District Champions, by chalking up wins over annual rivals W-L and Wakefield and the new Alexandria District rival, Edison. Coming under the spotlight were Lorenzo Barnes. Bobby Jones, and Ronnie Carter, all standouts on a great team. Winning the regular season Championship with a 15-3 record. Losses to T. C. Williams, Fort Hunt and Yorktown marred this otherwise unblemished record. The GW Jayvees went into the Tournament quite hopeful. Using Mt. Vernon and Edison as stepping stones, they advanced toward the tournament finals where they lost a heartbreaker to a fired-up T. C. Williams team. With these Ixjvs as a nucleus, C»W can look forward to a fine varsity next year.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM—First Row. Boh Pitts, Ronnie Jackson, Andrew Diggs. Warren Klutz, Hilton Settle. Second Row: Lorenzo Baines, NVavcrly Brown, Ronnie l-ambort. Bob Jones, Ronnie Carter.
JAYVEES, 17-4, CAPTURE DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP
BOBBY JONES (42). HILTON SETTLE (20) ami Ronnie Lambert (40) combine to bring down a rebound against Mt. Vernon.
GW OPPONENT GW' OPPONENT
.53 Croveton 3-1 35 Edison 29
•17 Wakefield 27 36 Mt. Vernon 14
57 T. C. Williams 45 49 Ft. Hunt 32
43 Washington-Lee 12 33 Croveton 11
31 Ft. Hunt £1 63 I lammond .50
49 Lee 38 45 Edison 43
44 Woodson 23 57 T. C. W'illiams 62
53 I lammond 46 44 Lee 32
42 Yorktown 43 37 Mt. Vemon 30
37 Mt. Vemon 36
36 Edison 34
33 T. C. Williams 43
COACH BLAIR SURVEYS a hard workout.
160What speaks better for a team than its record? The ls66 Freshman basketball team proved this with a 10-1 record. Under Coach Wriston, the Baby Proxies displayed j. sterling defense coupled with a potent offense that • lied up victories over rivals Hammond and Edison and revenged an early season loss to T. C. Williams. These _ mes being the training ground for future Varsity players, GW can look forward to fine Varsity teams in the future.
44 Fort Hunt 32
39 Grovcton 26
44 Hammond 26
52 Lee 35
2S Edison 24
39 Mount Vernon 26
65 Hammond 47
39 T. C. Williams 40
47 O’Connell 40
34 Groveton 33
51 T. C. Williams 42
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM—Ffwf Row: Shelton Saunders. Douglas Logan, Ronnie Jimincz. Cordell Belk. Phil McConchie. Dennis Lumpkin. Jacky Ross. Second Rote: Earl Squash, Paul Allen, Andy Dodd, Greg Sullivan. Jerry Surratt. David Underwood. Dennis Weaver.
FROSH CAGERS POST BEST RECORD IN DISTRICT
FRESHMAN COACH, MR. WRISTON. points out the errors during halftime.
CORDELL BELK (20) COES UP for two pornts as Cre? Sullivan (32) moves up behind.
161FLEET PREXIE HARRIERS OUTDISTANCE FOES
Sept. 21 Yorktown—GW—George Mason
Sept. 28 GW—Langley
Oct. 5 GW—Hammond
Oct. 12 Fort Hunt-CW
Oct. 19 Marshall—Edison—GW
Oct. 26 T. C. Williams—GW
Nov. 2 O’Connell—Edison—GW
JUNIOR VARSITY—Tap Row: Mike Clay, Neal Zaremba, Tom Adams, Wesley Schmidt, Austin Schmidt. Bottom Row: Cuoron Cowan, Randy Worden, Allen Bradficld, Charlie Brown, Tom Morse.
VARSITY—Left to Right: Don Frazer, Louis Mackall, John Brooks-Captain, Jerry Brooks, Mark Hcdtke, Carl Zuidcma.
MR. LLOYD. CROSS COUNTRY coach, looks with satisfaction and considerable pride at the statistics of Varsity and Junior Varsity teams.
ALAN FRAZER AND AUSTIN SCHMIDT dash to seize first and second places for C V in our meet with Yorktown and George Mason. Mr. Siders, the George Mason coach, times the race.
162'V WRESTLING—Front Row: James Hassmer, Wayne Kuhl, I-any Holmes, Andy Brown. Iceman Lewis, Edward Crews. Second Row: Tom Adams, Nick Lampshirc, James Carter, Mike Radcliffe, Otis Fjggins, James Hooper.
OTIS FIGCINS HAS Mike Radcliffe pinned in a practice V -1 :t as Coach Ralph Fox of the GW Wrestling Teams senes in a dual role as instructor and referee.
Dec. 3 Groveton 22 Hammond
11 Fort Hunt 29 Falls Church
18 Edison Feb. 1 Saint Stephens
21 McLean 4 Lee
Jan. 7 Marshall 12 Mount Vernon
11 Woodson 18 Northern Vir.
14 Madison 19 Tournament
18 Jefferson 25 State
Dec. 3 Williams Jan. 7 Washington-Lee
11 Fort Hunt 22 Hammond
18 Edison Feb. 4 Lee
12 Mount Vernon
VARSITY WRESTLING—Front Row: Tommy Morse, Wayne Lewis, Saffan Andolsun. Larry Wayland, Michael Suarez. Second Row: Eddie Chin, Paul SuPrise, Stanley Greene, Fred Taylor, John Jones. Herbert Thomas. Third Row: Kenneth Eubanks. Charles Hall, Ken Johnson, Alan Furr, Matthew Johnson, Bob Mullens.
PREXIE M ATMEX PIN FOES, SUPRISE GOES TO STATE MEET
GW'S PAUL SUPRISE advances in the State Wrestling Tournament, held at W-L this year, as he prepares George C. Marshall's Magdan for a take-down.GYMNASTICS AND TENNIS TEAMS ADDED TO
VARSITY TRACK—First Rote: Buz Johnson. Creg Zeller, Randy Worden. John Brooks, John D'Elia, Clyde Robinson, Alan Holmes. Second Row: Carl Zuidema, Louis Mackall, Bob Branham. Aubrey Burton, Fred Taylor. Third Rote: Ctirtis Pittman, James Dore, Roln-rt Burton, Don Frazer. Fourth Row: Ronnie Ward, Tom Johnson, Ronnie Harrison, Austin Schmidt.
VAULTER RONNIE WARD easily clears the bar for CW
in one of the season’s top meets.
TENNIS TEA SI—First Row: Howard Allen, Cooper Barnett. Second Roiv: Charles Simonds. Ashby Lowry.
RICHARD POOLE STRAINS as he puts forth a great
effort in a winter meet.
CHARLES SIMONDS PREPARES to receive.
lWTRACK IN EXPANDED ATHLETIC CALENDAR
VARSITY GYMNASTICS—Firs Row: Alan Holmes, Oliver Coleman, Ronnie Smith. Steve Wilson, Kenny Smith. Alan Frazer. Second Row: Hammond Snyder, Ollie Westbrook, Ted Bonk. Danny Jefferson. Glenn Smith. John Boyd. Larry Hurst, Larry Holmes, manager.
LARY HURST SHOWS hard-to-find form as he executes a handstand on the parallel bars.
COOPER BARNETT PREPARES to serve, during a practice match.
TENNIS TEAM—F rsf Row: Jack Peele, Herb Thomas. Second Row: James Cordon, Scooter Husbands.
BOB WESTBROOK COMPLETES an intricate maneuver on the high bar.
165BATTERS, FIELDERS BRIGHTEN BASEBALL HOPES.
April 1 Crovcton
5 T. C. Williams
15 Fort Hunt
29 Mount Vernon
May 3 Lee
7 Fort Hunt
17 T. C. Williams
24 Mount Vernon
VARSITY BASKBALI. TEAM—Fronf Row: Bohlw Cihson, Rick Jenkins, JoJin Jones, Eddie Basham. Bert David, Jerry Gregg. Second Row: Ronnie Lambert. Bonnie Barnette, Ronnie Harrison, Steve Antonacci, Clen Zeller. Danny Jefferson. Third Row: Keith Diamond, Kenny Johnson. Mike MeConchie, David Evans, Lionel Smith, Boh Ycdnock, Ronald Baker, Manager.
In baseball, as in the other major sports, the old Northern Virginia League was broken into three smaller ones, and GW began a long fight to top such pre-season favorites as Edison and Lee. As always, the Prexies would face hard fought games against powerhouses like W-L and Hammond,and coaches and team looked forward to their first contests with the new T. C. Williams Titans. GW’s main spring sport was ready and waiting with a stellar aggregation of fielders, hitters and pitchers by their opening game in April.
PREXIE POWERHOUSE BOB GIBSON unleashes a powerful
line drive into left field during Spring Practice.SEASON'S SCHEDULE
DATE OPPONENT DATE OPPONENT
April 5 T. C. Williams April 26 Edison
12 Washington-Lee 29 Mt. Vernon
15 Fort Hunt May 3 Lee
19 Woodson 6 Hammond
22 Hammond 13 Crovcton
23 Yorktown 17 T. C. Williams
With several new faces from Jefferson Middle School in the line-up, the Junior Varsity baseball team of 1966 was a more formidable aggregation than any in recent years. As always, the team would have to fight to overcome the loss to the Varsity of last year’s star players and what was, by any standards, a rugged schedule.
Greatly improved batten.’ strength and the acquisition of several long-ball hitters who displayed their fence-busting ability in spring practice, made the prospect of a winning season more promising than ever. As March draws to a close, a grueling season lies ahead of the Junior Prexies.
THOMAS MORGAN warms-up pitchers in a preseason work-out.
AN IMPRESSIVE ARRAY of hooks and sliders gained a In-rth on the JV squad for Kenneth
JAYVEE PITCHERS SHINE, FIELDERS WIELD SOLID BATS
Junior Varsity Baseball Coach Mr Harrs- Ricer.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM—Froaf Rou: Billy Wilburn. Warren Klutz. Can Himes, John Roberts. Ronald Smith. Second Rou.: Greg Zeller. Thom.»» Morgan. .Alton Marston. George Edwards M :.r Ortiz, Ted Smith. Third Rou. Dennis Lumpkin. Phil McConchie, Joseph Bellcfield, Dennis Weaver. Kenneth Thomas. Ste e Kennedy. Paul Allen.CREW
Left to Right—Leaman Lewis,
Nick Lampshirc. Mike Haynes,
Bill Perkins, Bob Kelly, Joe
Sheridan, Wesley Schmidt.
Front Ron;—Bob Hicks, Jim
LIGHTWEIGHT CREW Left to Right— Andy Brown. Pete Schmidt, Bob Haynes, Mike Anderson Danny Mack-lin, Matthew Collins, Kic Campbell. Front Roto —Jim Hemcon, Jerome Brooks.
SECOND EIGHT Left to Rig if-Bill Roy, Mark Schilling, Bud Alexander, Jim Herlick, Chris Kelly, Austin Schmidt, Jerry Comisky. Front Row-Tom Adams, Geoff Kelley.FIRST FOUR
Left to Right—Richard Timberlake, Stove Craddock. Jim Dooley, Spence Gardner. Kneeling Front— Hammond Snyder.
Left to Right—John Kotulick. Charles Frere. Alan Frazer. John Coble. Kneeling Front—Tony Suarez.
Mr. Bobby Jenkins and Mr. Sonny Weiner check the schedule of upcoming races during practice one Saturday morning.
Left to Right—Mike Miller. Ccorgc Monti, Clay Mills John Srw
Kneeling Front-John Meehan. ' n peer' TWO GW SHELLS, silhouetted against the Woodrow Wilson
Bridge, slice through the murky Potomac during one early-morning practice session.The 1966 COMPASS owes a considerable debt of gratitude to a continual aspect of the changing TIMES. As have many factors, the representatives of our free enterprise system, our advertisers, have contributed no small amount to the production and presentation of this book. We thank them.
171HARRIS and EWING
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For many years the nations most important people have relied on the expert photographers at HARRIS and EWING for portraits for every occasion. Here Mary Callahan and Sharon Railcy admire the excellent craftsmanship of both photographer and artist to bring a portrait to life.
Wc arc proud to have served you in the capacity of OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER for 1966 and wish each and every one of you success and happiness in your chosen field be it COLLEGE or BUSINESS.QuxinMieed y JEWE«- 0 W ! TOWING
4 0 MT. VERNON
REC. ROOMS - DORMERS MOBIL SERVICE
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173FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN
WHO CARE WHAT THEY WEAR
610 King Street 836-0900
Open Monday, Thursday and Friday until nine
Corsages — Cut Flowers — Plants Bradlee Shopping Center 3626 King Street Alexandria, Virginia
HOUSE OF BEAUTY
PRESIDENTIAL CARDENS WARWICK VILLACE PARK FAIRFAX AITS.
SHIRLEY PARK AITS.
Open Wed., Thurs.
Fri. Evenings Ample Free Parking
DISTINCTIVE STYLING EXPERT BLEACHING,
TINTING TIPPING OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY CENTRAL CHARGE KI 8-5050
3856 MT. VERNON AVENUE
1704 Mt. Vernon Avenue Alexandria, Va. OV 3-0600 George L. Bendall
RUG CARPET CO.
Cleaning — Sales — Service Phone KI 9-1604 1502 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Va.
175Alexandria’s Only Home Town MUSIC STORE
Won't you let us help you with your plans for music?
ALEXANDRIA PIANO ORGAN SERVICE
2423 Mt. Vernon Avenue Alexandria, Virginia KI 8-3230
Beginning Our Sixteenth Year of Service for the Community
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
BALANCE'S DRUG STORE
Phone TEmple 6-4444
2303 Mt. Vernon
Avenue Reg. No.
Alexandria, Va. 4414
GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH OFFICIAL CLASS RINGS manufactured by
Herff Jones Company
Furnished Through JAMES L. DECK
P. O. Box 4735 Richmond 29, Virginia
DRIVE THRU CLEANERS LAUNDERERS
MAIN PLANT OFFICES olfred at oronoco street ALEXANDRIA 549-1357
Other Polly Prim Locations in NORTHERN VIRGINIA ARLINGTON 524-5338
no. fairfax drive at Stafford st.
next to the super giant
in the McLean shopping center
ARLINGTON TOWERS 525-4655
on the Mall
HUNTING TOWERS 548-0100
East — Center — West bldgs.
176For a Complete Coverage on Sports and the Activities on Teens, Read Your Local Newspaper
“America’s Oldest Daily Newspaper and Alexandria's Oldest Business”
C. C. Carlin, Jr., President
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1966
APPERSON and DENT, Inc.
Downtown's Complete Hardware Store”
Gifts, Toys, Housewares, Tools 800 KING ST. KI 9-1157
KING 8-0200 1 HOUR SERVICE
ARLANDRIA DRIVE-IN CLEANERS
2 DRIVE-IN SERVICE WINDOWS 4125 MT VERNON AVE.
AL EX AN DR I A. VIRG INI A
AL'S STEAK HOUSE
"WHERE THE BEST IS" 1504 MT. VERNON AVE.
THE BARNEY'S DELICATESSEN 1606 Mt. Vernon Ave.
REMEMBRANCE SHOP (Where Old Friends Meet)
FINE CHINA — CRYSTAL — GIFTS Phone KI 9-9458
3670 King Street Bradlcc Shopping Center Alexandria, Virginia Phone: TE 6-8338 As Usual . . . The Unusual DOCKSIDE on the waterfront 104 South Union Street Alexandria, Virginia Mon.-Fri. 10 to 9 Sat. 10 to 6
177CHARTER AND GROUP SIGHTSEEING
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Serving Northern Virginia
Dependably for Over 45 Years INFORMATION
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178Phone TE. 6-0S00 Home Phone KI 9-0371 COMPLIMENTS OF THE FLOWER MART 2004 MT. VERNON AY E. ALEXANDRIA. VA. THE BEST FOR LESS Flowers Whisper What Words Can Never Say “DOC CARNEALE. Owner SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ARLANDRIA 4115 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Virginia
DEL RAY HARDWARE 2107 Mt. Vernon Avenue
ROGER'S MEN'S WEAR
"The Store of Top Brands"
3901-B Mt. Vernon Ave. TE 6-1221 ARLANDRIA
Alexandria, Virginia BARBER SHOP
Arlandria Shopping Center
HELEN'S PASTRY SHOP Diagonally Opposite Post Office
1504-B Mt. Vernon Ave. 3838 Mt. Vernon Avenue
“Always the Best”
JAMES M. DUNCAN, JR. and
122 N. Alfred St.
King 8-8400 Realtors Insurers
Baldwin's Quality Cleaners Laundries
We Call for and Deliver
805 Bashford Lane
Alexandria, Virginia Tailoring — Shoe Repair Furs — Storage
179people on the go...
The winning point goes to Burger Chef, where going people and growing people go for pure food energy.
Home of the Worlds Greatest 150 Hamburger!
WILLIAM DEMAINE SON FUNERAL HOME
520 South Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia Since 1841 "One of the South’s Oldest and Finest”
180To 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.
Northern Virginia's Largest Bank Serving the Area With 13 Convenient Locations
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1334 Powhatan Street Alexandria, Va.
ALEXANDRIA • ARLINGTON • FAIRFAX • FALLS CHURCH • McLEAN
'SERVING YOU IS OUR BUSINESS"
Multiple lilting Service Open 9 A M . 9 P.M. Daily
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3706 MT. VERNON AVE. ALEXANDRIA, VA.
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182• MAMMOTH SIZE POOL
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• RESTAURANT AND DINING PATIO
• BEAUTY CONTESTS
• SUN BATHING
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• RECORD HOPS
• SWIMMING LESSONS
• DIVING LESSONS
• JR. SR. LIFESAVING
• WATER BALLET
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A CONVENIENT LOCATION WHICH OFFERS YOU ANO YOUR FAMILY A SUMMER'S VACATION SPOT FOR THE ENTIRE SEASON.
A PLACE TO PUT TENSION ASIOE ANO ENJOY LIFE
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183Styled For Today!
FOR YOUNG AND OLD ALIKE
You can buy with confidence when you select the fine furniture for your first home or apartment with the full knowledge that it will cost no more at Barnes!
AND REMEMBER . . .
If it's from Barnes, it’s Beautiful!
25 Years Serving The Washington Area!
ALEXANDRIA MANASSAS VIENNA
2525 Mt. Vernon Ave. OV 3-4330 936 Centreville Rood EM 8-2147 419 Eost Maple Ave. 938-0450
Cunningham Funeral Home, Inc.
WILLIAM W. CUNNINGHAM W. BEVERLY MOUNTCASTLE LILLIE V. CUNNINGHAM A. K. ROYSTON
Cameron and Alfred Street Alexandria, Virginia
Furniture and Decorations 809 South Washington St. KI9-5800
MARY'S LITTLE SHOP
Dresses Sportswear Accessories KI 8 0133
"The elegant look at such a small price" Hunting Towers Shopping Center Alexandria, Virginia Mon.-Fri. 9:30 to 8 Sat. 9:30 to 6
CUSTOM TAILOR — HABERDASHER LADIES’ SPORTSWEAR
GANT SHIRTS — CANTERBURY BELTS
CORBIN SLACKS — GORDON FORD JACKETS REGIMENTAL TIES
604 S. Washington St. 1529 N. Quaker Lane Alexandria, Va.
1 5TURK SAYS
Smartly Styled Clothes at Low Prices Featured in Our
mma% mm w
2402 Mt. Vernon Ave. The Only Men’s Store in Del Ray K1 8-5067
Custom made Draperies Drapery Hardware
R. R. VENETIAN BLINDS
211 King St. Alexandria, Va.
King 9 8000 New Custom Blinds Complete Repair Service
1849.1964 115 YEARS OF SERVICE
Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home
1500 W. Braddock Rood
Kl 8-9200 Kl 9-0038
OIL BURNERS SALES - SERVICE RADIO DISPATCHED EQUIPMENT BUDGET PAYMENTS
Aitcheson Fuel Company, Inc
Established 1882 205 South Strand Street NATIONAL-U. S. RADIATOR HEATING COOLING SYSTEMS
LENNOX HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS
HOT WATER HEATERS AUTOMATIC CAS OIL
Plant: 205 South Strand Street Alexandria, Virginia Phone: KI 9-2214
M. H. BARRY
REAL ESTATE Since 1912 2206 Mt. Vernon Avenue Alexandria, Va.
Compliments DEL RAY BARBER SHOP
2016 Mount Vernon Ave.
1717 Centre Plaza ART SUPPLIES
CUSTOM FRAMING HOUSE PAINTS
Original Oil Paintings Custom Framing
Schertle Galleries, Inc.
3620 King Street (Rte. 7)
BRADLEE SHOPPING CENTER Alexandria, Virginia
TIMBERMAN'S DRUG STORE
F. X. Nugent, Proprietor Phone: KI 9-0091 106 N. Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia
King 9-1042 CAPITAL STOCK
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We Stand Real Estate - Loans - Insurance standard
Between 2401 Mt. Vernon Avenue protection
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and Loss. COMPANY INSURANCE
We Pick Up and Deliver "Satisfaction Guaranteed" VILLAGE CLEANERS
Cleaning, Shirts, Laundry and Rugs Mt. Vernon Ave. and Herbert St.
E. Y. Walter KI 9-1555
BURKE'S AMERICAN SERVICENTER
Mt. Vernon Ave. at Braddock Rd.
Phone KI 9-7444 835-0565
VIRGINIA BUSINESS MACHINES CO.
202 E. Oxford Ave., Alexandria, Va. Office Machines — Supplies — Printing
Arlandria Shopping Center Boys Up to Size 20 Girls up to Teens 3823 Mt. Vemon Avenue 548-9700
Good luck to you in whatever your future endeavor!
“The Nicest Bank in Town” Our 62nd Anniversary Year
330 North Washington Street (main office)
833 South Washington Street King ond Royol Streets Terminal Building (National Airport)
Shirley Duke Shopping Center Fairlington Shopping Center King Street at South Wolter Reed Drive
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
7 LOCATIONS PHONE King 8-1500
189fridoy. febmory A, 1966
Sometimes it pays to be FIRST!
CITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY FIRST IN ALEXANDRIA WITH:
•umcn 0»fK«. IOO No«t« train
O+IHINO O AT C UNK 1«T
HOURS-7:00 AM. to 8 P.M.
MONDAY thru FRIDAY
7:00 A.M. to 3 P.M. SATURDAYS
ONLY CITY BANK TRUST COMPANY PAYS YOU 4% INSTANT INTEREST ON REGULAR SAVINGS
INTEREST PAID ON CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNTS ‘
ON PAID UP ACCOUNTS
Patth Sc '(Ernst (Ea.
ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA 22305
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
City Bank Trust Co.
MAIN OFFICE: 3506 MOUNT VERNON AVENUE BRANCH OFFICE: 200 NORTH WASHINGTON
City Bank and Trust 190
C. L. Barnes 6c Son 1S4
Cunningham Funeral Home 185
Del Ray Barber Shop 187
Del Ray Hardware 179
Everly-Wheatly Funeral Home 186
Fairlington Color Center 188
First 6c Citizen’s National Bank 181
Flower Mart 179
Iladeed Rug 6c Carpet Co. 175
Harris and Ewing 172
Helen’s Pastry Shop 179
Herff Jones Co. 176
House of Beauty 175
James M. Duncan, Jr. 179
Mary’s Little Shop 185
Miller’s Hardware 177
M. II. Barry 187
M. J. Manning 188
Mt. Vernon Mobile Service 173
Monticcllo Delicatessen 174
Polly Prim Cleaners 176
Remembrance Shop 177
Robert J. Cooms 174
Robert’s, Ltd. 185
Roger’s Men’s Wear 179
R 6c R Venetian Blinds 186
Security Savings and Loan 179
Shertle Galleries, Inc. 1SS
Timbcrman’s Drug Store 1SS
Turk’s Men’s Shop 1S6
Village Cleaners 1SS
Virginia Business Machines 1SS
Wellington House 1S5
William Dcmainc 6c Son ISO
Young Fair 1SS
A. B. 6c W. Transit Co. ITS
Aitchcson Fuel Co. 1ST
Alexandria Drafting Co. 173
Arlandria Drive-In Cleaners 177
Alexandria Gazette 177
Alexandria National Bank 1S9
Alexandria Piano 6c Organ Service 176
Alexandria Rambler 175
A l's Steak House 177
Apperson and Dent, Inc. 177
Arlandria Barber Shop 179
Arlandria Finance Corp. 173
Baldwin’s Quality Cleaners 179
Ballance’s Drug Store 176
Barney’s Delicatessen 177
Big Ed’s Speed Shop 1S2
Bradlce Florist 174
Burger Chef ISO
Burke’s American Servicenter 1SS
Capitol Remodeling, Inc.
Adams, Bessie: 29
Adams. Man-linn: 86, 130
Adams. Maurice: 139
Adams. Thomas C.. Jr.: 75, 162. 163.
Adkins. Betty: 138
AinsSeld. Seale: 29 AUcheson. Donald: 63 Akers. Sally: 75. 123, 124, 125
Akins, Audrey: 29 Albisu. Casan:
Alexander, Brenda: 45 Alexander, Frank: 95. 99, 155 Alexander. Hugh: 29. 99, 138, 159, 16f Alexander, Yulanda: 29 Allen, Anita: 86
Allen, Charles: 29, 63 Allen, Charles V.:
Allen. Howard: 74, 75, 164 Allen. Malinda:
Allen, Marsha: 29 Allen. Paul: 95. 135, 155, 161 Allen, Robert: 88 Allison. Janet: 86, 130 Allison, Lynn: 174 Almond. Debbie:
Almond, Karen: 86 Altizer, Al:
Amev, Elizabeth: 86, 130 Anderson, Jay: 29 Anderson, John XV.: 88 Anderson. Shelley: 63 Andolsun, Saffan: 63, 154, 163 Andrews, Robert: 75 Annkchiarico, Stefanie: 62, 63, 112, Anthony, Kyineos: 29 Anthony, Vassill: 75 Antonacci, Stephen: 166 Armstrong. Dennis: 29 Armstrong, Susie: 29 Armstrong. Theresa:
Armstrong. William: 154 Arnett. Mary: 29, 146 Arthur, Barbara: 29 Arthur, Edward: 75 Asbell, James: 95 Asbell. Kitty:
Asbell. Rita: 75 Asbell, Thomas: 95 Ashton. Michael: 111 Athey. Charlene: 29, 146 A they. Melanie: 88, 99 Atkins, Carolyn: 75 Atkins, Charles: 95 Avery. Hulsert: 95 Ayres, Gerry: 29, 105 Ayres, Mehina:
Baber. Audrey: 29, 138 Baber, Sandra: 30, 127 Bal)cr, Sharon: 63, 127, 138 Bader. Mar}’ Ann: 62 Baer. James: 30 Bailey. Patrick:
Bair. Margaret: 75 Bajusz, Dolores: 86 Baker. Leroy:
Baker, Linda: 63, NO Baker. Ronald: 95, 166 Baker, Sigrid: 86 Baldwin, Bonnie: 63 Baldwin. Margaret: 75 Bander, Cragg: 30 lander, Sharon: 63 lander, Shelley: 75 anks, Clara: inks, Patrick: ratta, Jill: 75
rbre, Deborah: 86, 130, 133 'bre, Denise: 86, 130, 133 cfoot, Dennis:
‘ oof, Ronald: 150, 151 ntine, Robert: 30 er, Archie:
M. Charles: 63 . Doug:
s, Lorenzo: 74, 75, 160 ff, Cooper: 164, 165
Barnett, Ralph: 62, 65, 73, 156, 158, 159 Barnette, Ronnie: 63, 150, 166
Barnette, Stephen: 30, 34, 57, 99, 139 168 Barry, Jamie: 75
Baselcr, Stephanie: 75 Ba.vham, Edwin: 30, 150, 166 Batcheller, Allan: 84, 130
Bateman, Shirley: 142
Bates, Bonnie: 75 Bates, Calvin: 95 Bates, James: 95 Baxley, Larry: 75. 81
Baxter. Diane: 86 Bazihiik, James: 75, 157 Bazzle, Betty: 63 Beach,Rosalie: 75 Beall, Evelyn: 30 Beall, George: 95 Beanarick. Kenneth:
Beandcr, Marvin: 95 Beasley, Tucker: 75 Beavers, Stephen: 95 Beck. George:
Beklelman. Barbara: 75 Bclk, Cordell: 161
Bell, Roslyn: 95 BcIIficId, Joseph: 154, 167 Bender, Cragg: 140
Bennett, Pat: 63, 140 Berg, Margarete:
Berks! resser, Jacqueline: 30, 146 Bernier, Jacquiline: 62, 73, 123, 163 Bernier, Kathy: 30. 56. 57, 105, 131 Berry, Anita: 63, 130 140 Berry, Diane: 30, 143
Berry, Linda: 30 Bcrfschingcr, Greg: 95 Birrell, Andrea: 30 Blackwell, Rebecca: 86 Blackwell, Veronica: 63 Blundon, Kennth:
Boaz, Stephanie: 63, 104, 111, 114, 120,124
Boddy, Patricia: 63
Boggan, Doria: 95, 131
Bolar, James: 141
Bond. Deborah: 95. 131 Bonfiglio, Stefan: 75. 102, 121 Bonner, Elizabeth: 86 Bonner, Sonncr: 66, 150 Bonner, Wanda: 63 Boster. Cuy; 64 Bostick, Sarah: 95. 130 Boston, Rustinc: 75, 111 Bottle, David: 95 Bottle, Theodore: 30, 165 Bovc, Robert: 75 Bowen, Richard:
Bowman, Carol: 30. 144 Bowman, Diana: 75 Bovd, Gwendolyn: 30, 142 Bovd. John: 63. 165 Boyd, Michele: 75 Boyd. Vashti: 86 Boyett. William:
Boyle, Frances: 30 Bradfleld, Alan: 75. 162 Bradley, Charlene: 63, 142 Bragg, Linda: 86 Bragg, Norton: 31, 135 Branam, Cary: 95. 129, 155, 164 Branch. Beverly: 64 Branch. Jo:
Brasscur, Eileen: 31 Brasseur, Louise: 75 Braun, Catherine: 138 Braun. Marie: 31, 138 Brecar, Ray: 75 Breeden, Brenda: 74, 75 Breeden, John: 75 Breeden, Nina:
Breeding, Ken: 95 Breedlove, James:
Britt, Ellen: 86, 131 Britton, Debby 86
Brooks, Carlettc: 75, 126 Brooks, Jeanette:
Brooks, Jerome: 31, 162, 168 Brooks, John: 31, 139, 162, 164 Brooks, Patricia: 64, 138 Brown, Charles: 75, 162, 163, 168 Brown, Charles N.:
Brown, Dennis V.: 75 Brown, Clenn: 31 Brown, Jim: 155
Brown, Joseph: 95 Brown, Judy: 31, 99, 131 Brown, Lawrence:
Brown, Patricia: 86 Brown, 0» nton:
Brown, Bay: 94, 15-1, 155 Brown, Thomas: 154
Brown, Wavcly: 160
Bruhn, Harold: 94 Brunson, Alvina: 64 Brunson, Bruce: 155
Bryant. William: 31
Buckner, Roger: 145
Pullman, Alice: 64, 133, 146
Bunch, Van: 32
Buns, Jack: 32. 132
Burba, Carl: 101
Burgwald, Jennifer: 174
Burcham. Joyce: 32, 104, 123, 135, 138
Burchfield, John: 130
Burgess, Karen: 64, 130
Burgess, Susan: 76
Burke, Antoinette: 64
Burke, Karen: 32 Burke, Rosier: 154 Burks, Pauline:
Burnham, Carol: 32, 127, 145 Burnley, Carol: 32 Burnley, Marie:
Bums, James E.: 62, 64 Bums, Sharon: 62 Bums, Sharon Lynn: 64 Burton. Aubrey: 89, 101, 102, 121, 132, 150, 164 Burton, Barbara: 32, 99, 103 Burton, Edward: 94 Burton, Robert: 132, 139, 150, 164 Burls, Glenda:
Bush. Clay: 101, 138 Byrd, Thomas: 94 Byrne, Barbara: 32. 112, 124, 146 Bywaters, Bussell: 94
Caldwell, Larry: 154 Callahan, Benjamin:
Callahan, Lue Ann: 76 Callahan. Mary: 64, 112 Callan, Larry1:
Campbell. McKee: 76, 168 Campbell, Vicky: 76, 131 Campbell, Warren: 94 Carr, Hazel: 32 Carr, Jeannette: 32, 130 Carr, Lois:
Carter, Jimmy: 163 Carter, Judy:
Carter, Kenneth: 154 Carter, Ronald: 100 Carver, Timothy:
Caryl, Gal: 126
Caryl, Kenneth: 11, 32
Casey, Pamela: 32
Cash, Bernard: 94
Cash. Sue Ann: 33, 106, 123, 126
Cason. Bill: 33, 150, 151 Cassidy, John: 94 Cassidy, Nancy:
192Castle. Chris: 76 Castrovillo. Cindy:
Cavnnagh, Candy: 87. 99. 128 Chambers, Dianne: 33, 140 Chapman. Carol:
Chapman. Deborah: 76, 135, 138
Chappell, Janice: 103
Cheshire, Carole: 76
Chavis, James: 154
Cherry, William: 64
Chin, Edward: 33, 163
Clare, Deborah: 90
Clark, Julian T.: 76 Clark, Ronnie: 64, 142 Clark. Steve: 94 Charles, Dennis:
Clarke. Terry: 76. 130 Clausen, Clystie: 76 Clay, Deborah: 130
Clay, Michael: 64, 162 Clayton, William:
Clilf, Jane: 76 Clifton, Gerald:
Cloud, Etouise: 33 Clouse, Theresa: 76, 138 Clouse, Wilbur:
Coberly, Linda: 62. 64, 144 Coble. John: 94, 169 Coble, Lynda: 64 Coburn. Dana: 76 Cockerell, Carolyn:
Cockcrillc, Carolyn M.: 33 Coffey, Sandra: 33 Coffman. Benjamin: 94 Coffman. Buddy: 76 Coffman, Henry: 94, 132, 135 Coffman. Steve: 33, 140 Coker. Ronnie: 138, 150, 156. 158
Cole. Gail: 33. 144 Coleman, Jane: 64, 131 Coleman, I.inda: 33 Coleman. Oliver: 165
Collina, Matthew: 64, 168 Combs, Gloria:
Combs, Linda: 33 Combs. William: 64. 128 Comer. Bonnie: 64. 140
Comisky, Gerald: 94, 168
Conlon, Chris: 64. 112, 123 Conlon, George: 64 Conner, John: 102
Conner, Michael: 21, 33, 140 Connor. Darlene: 33 Cook, Diana: 33 Cook, Lloyd:
Cook, Vemon: 95 Coombs, Barbara: 33, 144 Cooper, Anthony: 94 Cooper, Betty: 34, 145 Cooper, Dwight:
Coppage, Beverly: 34 Copnage, Elayne: 74, 76 Cordell. Alice: 64
Cordell. Dennis: 34, 99. 101, 103. 105, 106 Cornell, Charlotte:
Cornell. Jo Ann:
Corso, Marguerite: 74, 76 Cortese, Barry:
Cotton, Tjuanna: 64 Couples, Tom: 65, 101 Courtney, Charlene: 65 Cowan, Cueron: 162
Cox, Diane: 87 Cox, Ccorge: 21, 34
Cox. Sharon: 76
Crabblo. Ronald: 94
Craddock, Steve: 34, 101, 103, 139, 150.
Craft, Deloris: 34, 126, 127 Craft. Ernestine: 87 Crawford. Pat:
Crews, Edward: 94, 155, 163 Crichton, James: 99, 138. 150, 168 Crockett, James: 99, 155 Crockett, Nancy: 145
Croghan. Monica: 35, 102, 112, 123 Crouch, William: 94
Croylc, Sherry: 35, 57, 110, 111 Crum, Kenda: 68, 142, 143 Crum, Shari:
Cumiskey, Sally: 106, 147
Cummings, Patricia: 87
Dakin, Joyce: 35 David, Bert: 65, 166 Davis, Charles:
Davis, Dianne: 35, 142 Davis, Easter Regina: 76 Davis, George:
Davis, Isa bell:
Davis, John: 35 Davis, Mary Linda:
Davis, Terry: 65 Davis, Verlette:
Dawson, Carrie: 35, 103 Day. Barbara: 35, 147 Deacle. Marian: 128, 131
Dean, Catherine: 35 Dean, Kenneth: 62, 65, 143 Dean, Lenoia: 131 DeHart, Linda:
Deiderich, Lis: 95 DeLauder, Judy Ann: 76 DeLauder, Mike:
DelChamp, Frank: 142
D’Elia, John: 35. 101, 139 DeLisle, Charles Wayne: 76 Dellinger, Gail: 76 Denning. Betty:
Dennis, Charles: 94 Dewalt. Vivian:
DeWalt. William: 65. 112 Dewitt, Mike: 35. 141 Diamond. Keith: 35. 13S. 156. 166 DiCicco. Donald: 35. 138 Dickerson. Diana: 130
Dickson. Elinor: 35. 124 Diggs. Andrew: 160
Diggs, Ann Jovce: 76 Diggs, Michael:
Dillon, Steven: 65 Dixon, Sandra Lee: 35, 103 Do! son, Ronnie:
Dodd, Andrew Jesse: 93. 153, 161 Dodd, Sandra: 35
Dodson, Donald: 111
Doll ins, Rebecca
Dombrowski. Virginia: 112. 120. 123. 163
Donaldson, Dianne: 76
Donelson. Wayne: 76
Dooley, James: 101, 169
Dore, James: 164
Doss, Patricia: 36, 127 Dotson. Frances:
Douglas, Jones Marco:
Dowdy, Kay: 76. 130 Downer, Chris:
Downer. Elizabeth: 93, 128 Downey, Maria: 95 Downs, Donna Lee: 76, 130 Downs. Janice: 76 Doyle. Susan:
Drummond, Clifton: 130, 138. 156
Drummond, Garry: 76. 154 Drummond, Margaret: 65
Duxaway, Donald: 99 Dunbar, William:
Duncan. Sharon: 65 Dunn, Barbara:
Durham. James: 154
Dussler, Lynda: 89. 130 Duvall, Saundra: 36, 126. 127 Dykes, Elizabeth:
Early, James: 77 Eaton, Melvin: 93 Eaton, Roland:
Eaton, Virginia: 95 Eaves. Paul: 12. 36 _
Edwards, George: 167
Edwards, Mary: 65 Edwards, Michael: 93 Eiscman, Gilbert: 93 Eisman, Marria: 65 Elder, Odessa:
Elliot, Charles: 93, 154 Elliott, Linda:
Ellis. Alan: 93. 130 Ellis, Stuart: 93. Ill Ellis, Rick: 36._125 Enders, Janet: 77 Endicott. David: 65 Epperly, Ella: 65
Erwin, Michael: 31. 36. 101. 102. 103. 105.
106. 115. 121, 123 Estes, I. in wood:
Estes, Nathaniel: 93 Etter, Lillian:
Eubanks. Kenneth: 65. 163 Evans, Caroline:
Evans. David: 65. 101. 166 Evans. Mike: 36 Everett. Leroy: 77 Ewing. Danny:
Ewings. Cora: ..
Exner. Katherine: 65
Faconer. Willie: 65. 130 Fanning. Barbara: 65
Faukls. John: 21. 93 Feaganes, Louise: 36
Fehr. Paul: 36. 7$. 101. 150 Feltner. Randy:
Fergueson. Alan: 93 Fergueson. Charles:
Ferer. Laura: 95 Ferrell. Sandra: 36_
Fickinger, Mary: 77 Fickinger. Michael: 36 Figgins. Otis: 163
Feescher, James: 93 Flesher, Sara: 65, 114, 127 Florence, Jim: 21, 36, 138 Foley, Dennis: 36 Foley, Teresa:
Foote. Sheila: 65. Ill, 146
Flynn, Joseph: 36. 142
Flynn, Stephen: 36
Foran. Frances: 11. 36
Fordham, Eddie: 77, 154
Forest. Betty: 65
Fomes. Louise: 36, 50. 106
Foss. Victoria: 15. 37, 99. 104, 112, 115.
Fortune. Henry: 65
Foster. Bob: 37. 43, 57. 138, 150, 151, 156.
157, 158, 159 Foster, Melody: 120
Fox, Jane: 66, 146
Foxwcll. Daniel: 93 Foxwcll, Nellie: 66
Fravel, Donald: 77 Frazer. Alan: 77. 97, 165, 169 Frazer. Donald: 37. 99, 101, 103, 104 105 106. 115, 129. 162, 164 Frazier. James:
Frcdette. Paul: 37 Freeman. Gregory: 37 Freeman. Lynn: 77 Freeman. Rita: 95 Freeman. Sharlie:
Frere. Charles: 169
Frere. John: 155
Fromm. Elaina: 62. 66. 112, 124. 185 Franti'. Peggy: 37. 105, 131, 147 Fulwiler, Catherine: 66 Fulwiler. Virginia: 66 Funkhouser, Dennis:
Funkhouser, Linda: 66. 127 Funkhouser, Michael: 93 Furr, Allen: 77, 154, 163
Cainev. Mary Margaret: 77 Gaither, Thomas:
Gallagher. Pat: 37, 140 Callahan, Charles: 77 Callahan, Janet: 91. 130 Callahan, Vikki:
Callahan, Virginia Esther: 91, 130 Gallman, Shelia: 77 Cullman, Willie:
Galloway, Debra: 95 Galloway, Ronald:
Galloway. Yolanda Johnice: 91
Gardner, Laurie Frances: 66
Gardner, Lee Spence: 77, 154, 169
Garren. Marcia: 77
Carth. Lynn: 37
Garnett. James Chris: 77
Gee. Charlotte: 66, 120
George, Ray Hope: 86
Geter. Terry: 91
Gholson. James: 37
Gibson, Jeannette: 91, 130 Gibson, Michael:
Gibson, Rol»ert A.: 57. 139, 150, 152, 156, 158, 159. 166 Gibson, Shirley: 95 Gilbert, Othernile:
Giles. Becky: 37. 48. 103 Ginn, Bonnie: 37 Ginn. Karen: 66 Gioscio. Dennis: claal, Cheryl Suzanne: 91 Gladney, Marsha: 37 Gochenour, Brenda Lee: 91. 138 Cochonour, Harry: 37
Gochenour, Peggy: 66, 138 Goldchien, Karen Sue: 62, 126 Golden. Patricia:
Golden. Raymond: 111. 138, 139. 150, 152
Good, Elaine: 66 Good. Teresa:
Goodman, Steve: 66, 125 Goodrich. Emma Lou: 66
Goodrich, Mary Charlene: 91 Corden, Charles Michael: 86, 155 Cordon. James: 77, 165 Gordon. Mike: 86 Gordon, Susan: 37
Gorham. Linda: 38. 105. 114, 127, 133
Govs. Christopher: 111
Graham. Andrea: 91. 120
Graham. Carol: 28, 103
Graham. Margaret: 66. 138
Cray, S. Nelson. Jr.: 38
Gray, Norman Milton: 86
Green, Jennie: 66
Greene. John: 77, 135 Green, Lana: 38 Greene, Leon:
Green, Sandra: 91
Greene, Stanley: 38, 132, 150, 152, 163 Greene, Terry: 38, 101, 139, 150 Greenspan, Diane: 38, 106 Gregg, Jerry: 166
Griffin, Jean Frances: 38, 132 Griffin, Sallie: 66. 123, 132, 135 Griffin, Susan: 62, 66 Griffin, Wandra:
Griggs, William: 38. 101, 138, 142. 143
Grimes, Bob: 66
Grines, Fay: 77. 128
Grotto. Gerri: 142
Cruits, Beth: 38, 57, 99
Gwin. Dianna: 28, 38, 56
Hagan. Barbara Ann: 91 Hagerty, Patrick Hagreen, Kenneth Haley, Barbara: 66, 131 Haley, Francis: 143
Hall. Charles: 149, 154, 163
Hall, Dennis Hall. John: 139
Halter, Mary: 77 llamed, Martha: 77 Hamilton, Andre: 38
Hammond, Sylvester: 150
Haney, Harold: 66 Haney, Shelby: 91 Hansbrough, Karen: 66 Hanson, Douglas:
Hanson. Gordon: 86 Harbaugh, Robin: 66, 146 Hardin, Ann:
Harding. Janell: 128
Hare, Claudette: 38
Haringcr, Cathy: 39, 57, 103, 105, 106, 121
Harman. Linda: 91, 130
Harman. Michael: 66, 112, 135
Harman, Peggy Ann: 66, 131
Harriman, Linda: 66
Harris, Charlene: 130
Harris, Edward: 86
Harris, Grafton: 67, 125 Harris, Janice: 67, 130 Harris, Jerry: 77 Harris, Lillian: 39 Harris, Nancy: 67, 142 Harris, Rol erta: 77 Harris, Terry:
Harrison, David Wayne:
Harrison, James: 80
Harrison, Ronald: 39, 147, 150, 164, 166 I larrison. Thomas:
Harrison, Willie: 126
Harrison. Willis: 67 Hart, William: 86 Harvey, Kenneth: 74, 154 Harvey, Mary Anne: 39 Haskins, James:
Hassmer, James: 86. 130
Hassiner, Stephen: 103, 105, 106, 121,
123, 135, 163 Hatch, Colby: 77 Hatton, Diane: 95 Hatton, Mary Jane: 67
Hawes, Richard: 67, 154 Hawes, Tom: 37 Hawkins, James: 86
Hawkins, Lucille: 67, 131 Hawkins. Roln-rt: 67
Hawley, Tom: m3. 104. 105, 106, 114, 150
Haynes, Michael: 168
Haynes, Bob: 168
Hayward, Charles: 106
Heildinger, Ricky: 67 Hedtke, Mark: 77. 162 Heislcy, Tony:
Hcmcon, James: 39. 114, 135, 139, 168
Henderson, Walter: 86
Hensley, Becky Ruth:
Hensley, Maureen: 39 I lensley, Ronnie: 39 Herbert, James: 39, 99, 150 Herlick. Jim: 39, 138, 168 Hess, David Bryant: 67, 143 Hicks, Rcba Marie: 91, 130, 133 Hicks. Robert: 68. 147, 154, 168 Higgins. Bonnie: 91, 120 Hilc, Allen:
Hill, Anna Lynn: 91
Hill, Brent: 67
Hill, Linda: 91
Hill, Mary: 91
Hill, Pamela: 91
Himes. Cary John: 86. 155. 167
Himes, Cindy: 39, 146
Himes, Donald: 86
Hitt. Joyce: 40, 140
Hitt, Linda Sue: 91
Hodges. Cary: 142
Hollis, Jean: 77
Holloway, Elizabeth: 40, 123 Holloway, Margaret:77 Holmes, Alan: 155, 164, 165
Holmes, Carrie: 78 Holmes, Delxuah: 91 Holmes, I-arry: 163. 165
Holmes, Marcella: 67 Holter, Mary:
Hooks, Barbara Jean: 91 Hooks, Lee: 155
Hooper, James: 163
Hoppe. Julia Louise: 91 Hopson, Constance: 91, 99 Horgan, Rosemary: 67, 112, 147 Horowitz. Jackie: 78 Hottle, Edward: 86. 155 Houchins, Anna:
Houchins, Anna Lynn: 89 Hovermale, Franklin: 86 Howard, Brenda:
Howard. Dana Edward: 86
Howard. I.eslie: 40
Howard, Ossie Francis: 86
Howard. Roseannc: 78
Hoyle, Rebecca: 89
Hubbard, Raymond: 62, 67. 101, 138
Hudgins, Alice: 74, 78, 128
Hudson, Betty Anne: 40, 126
Hudson. Jerry: 40, 110, 150
H«.n. Mable: 40
Hughes, Frances: 67 Hughes, Harry: 86, 155 Hughes, Janie: 67
Hughes, Richard: 155
Hughes, Susan: 78 Hummer, Diane: 89
Humphrey, Betty: 67 Humphries, Carolyn: 67, 112, 123 Humphries, Claudia: 89, 131 Hunnicutt, Debra: 89 Hunt. Dora: 40. 130 Hunt, Linda: 67, 130 Hunter, Frank:
Hurst, Lawrence: 40, 144, 165 Husbands, Claude: 67, 165 Hutchinson, Henrietta: 78
Hutchinson, Karen: 89 Hutchison, Kenneth: 67
Hutchison, Sandi: 40 Hutchison, Sharon: 40 Huttlinger, Theresa: 112, 200
Hyland, Joan: 89 Ifylcr, Patty: 67 Hylton. Jennifer: 62. 67, 131 Hylton, Louenia: 89
Irby. Derell: 89, 130 Irby, Janice: 67 Islcr, Gloria: 89, 126
Jackson, Carolyn: 78
Jackson, Charles Henry: 86, 99, 101 Jackson, Joann: 40, 126, 127 Jackson, Judith Lynn: 40 Jackson, Larry:
Jackson, Mary: 78, 138 Jackson, Michael: 41 Jackson, Ronald: 160
Jacobs: Jeannette: 41, 140 James, Roy:
Jarrett, Rita C.: 89, 130 Jefferson, Danny: 62-67, 138, 139, 151, 165, 166
Jenkins, Rettie: 67
Jenkins. Richard: 150, 141, 151, 166
Jennings, Dennis: 154
Jennings, Sandra: 78
Jennings, Teresa B.: 89
Jenson, Ray: 41
Jewell, Brenda: 78, 97
Jiminey, Ronnie: 161
Johnson, Adrianne Marsha: 68 Johnson, Boh: 78 Johnson, Carl:
Johnson, Darla A.: 89 Johnson, Elaine: 78, 130 Johnson, Kenneth: 139, 150, 163, 166
Johnson. Mary: 41 Johnson, Matthew Neil. Jr.: 78 Johnson, Sharon D.: 89. 131 Johnson, Sylvia: 41 Johnson, Terry:
Johnson, Thomas: 150, 164
Jones, Barbara: 68
Jones, Bernice: 89
Jones, Calvin Mayo, Jr.: 143
Jones, Catherine A.: 89
Jones, Catherine C.: 68. 128, 124, 135
Jones. Cullen: 41, 10-1, 112, 113, 123
Jones, David: 90
Jones, Donna: 89, 138
Jones, Frances: 78
Jones, Jocelyn: 89
Jones, John: 139, 141, 150. 166
Jones, Linda: 41
Jones, Marco: 90
Jones Pamela: 41 Jones, Patricia: 68 Jones, Raymond:
Jones, Roliert: 160
Jordan. Dianna: 79 Jordan, Pamela: 130 Jordan, Sandra: 41. 135 Jorgenson. Grace: 89 Juarez, Margaret: 78
Kady, James: 41, 123 Kaines, Jerry:
Kearney, William: 78, 135 Keeler, Win:
Keesee, Dale: 78 Kcesee. Edith: 89 Keith Janice: 41, 111 Keller, Alfred: 141.150.
Keller, Charles: 130
Kelley. Christopher: 68, 168
Kelley, Jeff: 155, 168
Kelley, Michael: 41
Kelly. Robert: 99, 150. 141. 112, 168
Kelly. William: 62
Kelminsky, Marie: 89
Kendrick Karen: 78
Kendrick, Ralph: 42 Kennedy, Barbara: 42, 144 Kennedy, Marie: 89 Kennedy, Shirley: 89 Kennedy. Steve: 78, 81, 154, 167 Kcntes. Michael: 66. 68, 101 Kerchenko, Paulette: 78
Kerley, James: 68
Kidd, Amanda: 68, 143 Kidwell Dorthy:
Kieferle, Elizalxth: 42, 115, 123 Killelea, Moira: 62. 68. 114, 135 Killelea, Stephen: 90 Kinnett, David: 90, 42, 155 Kinnett, Stephen: 142, 150, 151, 156
Kiser, Audrey: 68, 112 Kitts, Corabelle:
Klonowski, Richard: 42, 187 Klow, Richard: 90, 155 Klutz, Warren: 78, 160, 167 Knapp, Donna: 42, 142 Knapp. Janice: 78 Knighting. Katherine: 78 Knoernschild, Peggy: 42, 143 Kotulick, John: 169
Kozel. Joan: 42. 123 Koziol, Karen: 78, 124, 125 Kreamcr, Betty:
Kreamer, Donald: 74, 79 Krebs. Isabelle: 42. 104. 115, 123 Krebs, Margaret: 79 Krywicki, Stephanie: 89, 131 Kuhl, Wayne: 90. 163 Kohl, Willard: 90 Kuslmer, Diane: 68 Kyer, Kenneth:
LaBattc, Stephen: 42 L’Ablie, Mark:
Lambert, Ronnie: 160, 166
Lamltorne, Chris: 71, 73 Lampshire, Nicholas: 68. 127, 163, 168 Lane. Edward:
Langford, Lorna: 68. 142, 143
Lape, Marjorie: 42. 146
Lastic, Marsha: 89. 120, 128, 130
Lavinus, Cynthia: 68
Lawson, Maureen: 42. 99. 105, 111, 113
Lawthorne, Ronald: 79
Lay, Mary: 42, 123, 145 Layman, Eugene: 90 Lea, Emily:
Leasure, James: 90 Lcasurc, Linda:
Leavens, Kathy: 42, 114 LeBlanc. Thomas:
Lee, Marilyn: 79 I.oe. Paula: 68i 126 Lee. Vincent: 79 Lefler, Frank: 90 Lefler. Victoria: 91 Leonard, James: 90
Leonard. Paula: 95 Lepler, Frank: 90 Lerch. Peggy:
Less, Betty: 42, 140
Lewis, Carolyn: 91
Lewis, Francine: 91, 131
Lewis, Helen: 79. 146
Lewis, Leaman: 90. 155, 163, 168
Lewis, Thcll ert: 90
Lewis, Thelma: 91
Lewis, Wayne: 68, 163
Liggio, David: 42. 124. 125. 128, 146
Lindsay, Ronda: 43. 146
Lisnebee. Eunice: 91
I.ivesay. Peggy: 143
Ix gan, Douglas: 90, 161 Logan, James:
I.ogan, Margaret: 127
Lomax, James: 90 London, Sherri: 43 Long, Carol: 91
Longfellow. David: 43, 102, 104, 105.
112, 121. 123, 124 Looney. Greg: 43 Love, Gallic: 43. 129. 131 I-owe, Annette: 95 Lowe, Bobby: la)we, Richard:
Lowry, Ashby: 164
Lucas. Jane: 43. 104, 115 Ludlow, Janet: 43 Ludlow. Roger:
Lumpkin. Dennis: 167
Lunceford. Patricia: 68. 111. 112. 113.
147 Lyles. Paula:
Lynch. Catherine: 79 Lyons, Charles:
MacBride. Nancy: 68. 123, 126. 131 McCalcb, Bonnie: 68
McCauley, Andrew: 90 McCauley, Terry: 95 McClay, Carl:
McClees, Otis: 79
McClendon, Mary: 130
McCliutock. Michael: 34. 43. 57. 96. 102.
107. 121. 122. 124. 185 McClure, Christine: 95. 97, 128 McClure, William:
McConchie, Mike: 68. 104. 114. 166 McConclne. Phillip: 90. 161. 167 McConkcy, Mary: 91
McCoy, Barl ara 43 McCullcn, Wanda: 68 McFaddcn, Judith: 43. 123, 124 McFctridgc. Vickie: 91 McGee, Arthur:
McCowcn, Joanna: 44. 106, 146 McGowan, Susan: 91 McCuinn, Emma: 68. 120 McIntosh. Saundra: 43
McKinney, Beverly: 44
McKnight. Carol: 79 McKnight, Kathy: 79 McKnight, Marion: 44 McKnight, Rolx-rta: 44 McKnight, Stephen: 68, 111, 145 McMaster, Duane:
McMenamin, Laura: 68 McMichacI, Kevin: 84. 90 Mabry. Patricia:
Maekall, Louis: 44. 106, 139. 162, 164 Mackcll. Margaret: 91 Macklin. Daniel: 90, 155. 168
Magann. Gary: 79 Major, Lambert: 90 Major. Lee: 143
Maness, Deborah: 69 Maness. Russell: 90
Manni. Jince: 155
Marcinkus, Toni: 44, 127, 146 Marcus, William:
Markin, John: 44. 124 Marks, Herbert:
Marsh, Linda: 44, 131 Marshall, John: 90 Marston, Alton: 79, 167 Martcz, Wilma:
Martin, Nancy: 44, 142 Martin, Delores:
Martin, James: 44
Mason, Noreen: 79 Matthews, Richard: 44
Matthews, Betty: 91
Mattox. Richard: 44
Max, Cail: 91 Maynard. Ted:
Mayo, Claude: 19
Meadows, Allen: 142
Medlin, Karen: 44, 56, 105 Meece, Terry: 90 Meehan, John: 69, 169 Meehan, Mary: 91, 130 Meehan, Patrick: 147
Meitner, Richard: 44
Mcllott, Athol: 79 Meltcher, Esther:
Mcnke, Ray: 155
Meyer, Cary: 155
Mickey, Beverly: 91 Micier, Mike: 88 Mier, Cary: 90. 99 Miles, Gregory: 88
Miles, Susan: 44 Miller. Alton: 88 Miller. Beverly: 44, 127 Miller. Bonnie: 99 Miller, Catherine: 91, 120 Miller. Dora: 91. 138 Miller. Genrietta: 69 Miller. Jon: 45. 99 Miller, Maty:
Miller. Michael: 88. 123, 169 Miller, Patrick:
Miller. Paula: 69. Ill Miller. Reginald:
Miller, Sharon: 69 Miller, Sheila: 74. 79 Miller, Suzanne: 84. 112, 135 Miller, Tryphenc: 45. Ill, 130 Mills, Clayton: 154, 169 Mills, Jay:
Mills, Karen: 91 Milton, Joan: 45
Mil ward, Darlene: 18, 74, 79. 128
Mitchell. Alice: 69 Mitchell, Brenda: 91 Mitchell. Chris: 91. 133 Mizuno, Kenneth: 45 Mizuno. Lynn: 95 Moffett, Larry: 45. 142 Moffitt. Donnie: 54, 150, 152 Monti. George: 79, 169 Monzuk. Ann:
Monzuk. Becky: 69, 142 Monzuk. Louis: 79 Mooney, Donald: 74, 79, 111, 151, Moore, Connie: 79, 97 Moore. Dennis:
Moore, Cary: 69, 143 Moore, Hubert:
Moore. Ilcne: 91 Moore, James: 80 Moore. Mike: 88. 99 Moreno, Alicia: 80 Morgan, Margaret: 45. 124 Morgan, Joyce: 69 Morgan, Kevin: 88 Morgan, Linda: 130
Morgan, Thomas: 88, 155, 167 Morning, Barbara:
Morris, James: 69 Morris, Richard: 45. 130 Morris, Sandra: 45, 112 Morrison. Bruce:
Morse, Tommy: 162, 163 Moses, Crccnfair: 154 Moses. Rol ert: 88 Moton, Joseph: 45 Motley, Gerald: 88 Moultrie, Fredrick:
Moultrie, James: 156 Mover, June: 93 Mullins. Bob: 83 Mullins, Gwendolyn: 45 Mullins. Roliert: 83. 88, 155, 163 Murphy, Roland: 88 Murry, Gregory: 80. 154 Myers, Darlene: 45. 147 Myers. Vicki: 80 Mylechrainc-Tuylor, Louise: 69
Nalls, Ellen: 45, 124, 127 Xapper, Charles:
Xashwinter, Sandra: 69 Naylor. John: 88 Neff, Kathy: 93. 128. 131 Neil, Donna: 93 Nelson, Daniel: 80
Nelson, Jerry: 88 Nelson, John: 135
Nelson. Marcia: 45, 111 Newby, Billie: 45 Newman, Jay: 45, 138 Newman. Judith: 45, 127, 133 Newcomb, William: 45 Newton. Elizabeth:
Nichols, Ruthannc: 80, 123 Nixon, Betty: 69. 96 Norman, Bettye: 80 Norman, Fran: 46 Norris, Richard: 80
Novak. Lani: 38. 46. 107, 111, 123. 124, 125. 127. 185 Nunn. Richard: 80 Nunnllv, Carole:
OKI field. Baird: 46. 103, 105 Oliver. James: 88 Oliver. Mary: 69 O'Neil. Dixie: 93 O'Neil, Doris: 46 O’Neil, Susan: 46 Orndorff, Stephen: 88 Orsini. Andrea: 80 Orsini, Benita: 46 Orsini, Lucia: 93
Orsino. Carmen: 34. 46. 73. 106, 123 Ortez. Martha: 84. 93 Ortiz. Henry: 84. 88. 155. 167 Ottens. Shirley: 93. 127. 130 Outko, Roxann: 93, 99 Owen, John: 46
Pacilio, Edward: 80 Pock. Darlene: 46. 147 Painter. Dally: 18. 80
Palmer, Bob: 46 154 Palmer. Cecil:
Palmer. Lynell: 93. 131 Parente. Cynthia: 93 Paris. Rol ert:
Parker, Brenda: 93, 130 Parker, George:
Parker, James: 88, 101 Parker. Joseph: 101
Parker. Willie: 46. 142 Parman, Pamela: 13. 69, 140
Paterson. Nancy: 46 Patrick, Bryan: 88 Patrick. Marie: 62. 69. 112 Patterson, Bill:
Patterson, George: 69 Patterson, Jerry: 88 Patterson, John:
Patterson, Lee: 88 Patterson. Robert: 80 Patterson. Texannah: 93 Paul. Deborah: 38, 46, 99. 114 Paid, Linda: 69 Payne, Margaret: 93 Payne, Margaret: 46, 144 Payne, Roger: 80 Payton, Gwendolyn: 80 Pearson, Aaron: 88 Pearson, Gloria: 69 Pearson, Irene: 46, 140 Pcay, Jewell:
Peed, Dale: 69
Peek. Vicky: 18, 80, 97
Peele, Jack: 69. 102, 106, 112, 113, 165
Pendergrass, Grade: 93 Penn, Carlton:
Penn, Caroline: 80
Perez, Fernando: 80
Perkins, William: 47, 130, 168
Perry, Marsha: 47 Perry, Philip:
Peterson, Catherine: 47, 112 Peterson, Gregory: 69 Peterson, Sarah: 93. 130 Peterson, Shirley: 80 Pettey, Dmcilla: 69. 128. 147 Pettit, Dana: 62. 70 Pettit, Patricia: 47 Pfeiff, Dorothy: 80. 114 Pfeiff, Margie: 47
Pfeiff, Mary Jane: 47. 56. 105 Phillips. Paul: 87. 155 Phillips, Sharon:
Phillips, Sondra: 144
Pippin. Dorothy: 70 Pitta, Harold: 47 Pittard, Sharon: 70 Pittman. Curtis: 47, 139. 164 Pitts, Robert: 70. 127. 160 Polk. Carole: 70. 120 Pollard, Cynthia: 93 Pollard, Kay: 47 Pollard, Rita: 80
Poole. Richard: 15. 47. 101, 102, 164
Popaden, Joseph: 47 Posey, David: 70 Powers, Mike:
Powers, Ronald: 47 Powers, Thomas: 87 Presley, Patricia: 95. 138 Price, Basil:
Price, Mary: 70. 146 PrLsaznick, Kathy: 47 Pritchett, Edward: 47 Proctor, Linda: 47. 128, 133 Proctor, Martha: 80 Proffitt, Douglas: 70 Pruitt, Bobby: 87 Puddy, John: 70, 112, 113 Pugh, Cindy: 48 Pugh. Schcrry: 80, 130 Pugh, Steven: 70 Pulley, Walter:
Pulman, Deborah: 80 Purdy, Donald:
Purdy, Lynn: 48 Purdy, Richard: 87, 155 Purycar, Nancy: 93 Putman. Sandra: 80 Quash, Earl: 87 Quash, Sheila:
Quinn, Linwood: 79 Quinn, Virginia:
Radcliffe, Kathleen: 70 Radcliffc. Mike: 62. 70, 139, 163 Railey, Chris: 48 Railey, Sharon: 80 Raines, Donna: 130
Raines, Patricia: 70 Rainsbcrgcr, Joe: 87 Ramey, Carlenc:
Ramos, Stephen: 87 Ramsey, Ellen: 48, 131 Ramsey, Frank: 80 Ramsey, Thomas:
Randcll, Martha: 80 Randolph, Effic: 95 Randolph, Gwendolyn: 48 Ratcliffe, Cleveland: 70 Ratcliffc, Cleland:
Ratterrec, Michael: 87 Rawlings, Robert:
Ray. William: 87, 101 Read, David: 87. Ill, 135 Read, Robin: 135 Reamy, Connie: 70, 131 Reamy, Greg: 48 Rease, Ronnie: 150 Recker, Frederick: 87 Reed, Charlotte: 95 Reed, Elizabeth: 80 Reedy, Dennis: 97 Reedy, Frank:
Reedy, Linda: 95
Reel, David: 70 Reese, Royer: 87 Reeves, Barham:
Register, Susan: 91 Reichenback, Phill: 87 Rempc, Lawrence:
Rempe, Rolx-rt: 87
Renner. William: 48, 104, 106, 112, 113, 200
Renshaw, Bonita: 112
Renzi. John: 70, 138, 154 Reynolds, Bruce: 48
Rhoades, Ronnie: 87 Rhodes, Beverly: 80
Rhodes, Mary: 48, 126
Rhodi , Hoy: 87 Rice, Carcn: 94 Rice, Donna: 80, 107, 185 Rice, Jeanette: 28, 48, 50, 138 Rich. Phil: 21
Richardson, Harry: 48, 130, 156 Richey, Towanna:
Ricucci, Jean: 94, 131 Ridgely, Martha: 94 Ridgely, Snellen: 62. 70, 112, 124 Riley, Diane: 48, 140 Riley. Joan: 94 Riley, Patrick: 87
Ritchie, Wayne: 49, 187 Ritter, Patricia:
Rives, Valeric: 70, 141 Roach. Donna: 70 Roach, Cary: 87, 130 Roberts, Anita: 91 Rol erts. Gary: 87, 130 Roln-rls, John: 87, 155 Rolx-rt%, John: 167
Rolierts, Karen: 70, 127. 131 Robertson. Marie: 49. 112, 133 Robev, Carol: 91. 120 Roliev. Bill: 80
Robinson, Chester: 87 Robinson, Clyde: 87, 164 Robinson, Donald: 87 Robinson, Mary Ann: 70 Rocchio. Victoria:
Rodda. Nancv: 80, 131 Rogers, Carolyn: 94 Rogers. Geraldine:
Rogers. Scott: 71 Ross, Cecil: 88. 161
Ross, Debbie: 80 Ross. Eddie:
Ross, Gerald: 49 Ross, Jeanette:
Ross, Kenneth: 49. Ill Ross, William:
Roth. Patricia: 91
Roy, Bruce: 71 Rov: Etta:
Roy, John: 88 Roy, May:
Roy, William: 128, 146. 168
Rumford, Madonna: 131
Ruppcrt. Sharon: 49 Rii'h. Donna: 19, 49 F 'km. Jonathan: 71, 102 120 Fu". Jeanette: 80 Russell. Dorena:
Russell. Janet: 49 Russell. Karen: 80, 138
Saitta. Roscanne: 81, 83 131 Sal-II. Matenia: 49, 99, 107 111 123 124. 185 ...
S.dzmger. Fred: 40, 49, qq 114 .dzinger, Ruth: 71, 147 S..mpson. Linda: 49 Sampson. Thomas: 16, 71
Sanders, Amanda: 81 Sanders. Dora: 49 Sanders. Ellen: 71
Sanders. James: 49 Srs. Susan: 8-1, 94, 120 Sa:.d r on, Linda: 49 Sands. Anna: 94 Sanford. Kathryn: 94 Santa Cruz. Toni:
Sassoon. Sandy: 49. 106. 114, 123, 124
Saunders, Christopher: 81
Saunders, Janet: 71. 130
Saunders, Linda: 94, 131
Saunders, Shelton: 88, 161
Scaflido, Becky: 133
Seaffido, Frank: 49, 143 Scaflido, Mars- Katherine: 131, 133
Seaffido. Sandy: 49 Scales, Everett:
Schcer, Frank: 81 Schilling. Kathleen: 71 Schilling. Mark: 81, 123. 168 Schlag, Allx'rt:
Selling, Christina: 50 Schlag, Mary: 71 Schlag. Pat: 71
Schmidt. Austin: 71, 104, 115, 162, 164, 168
Schmidt, Pete: 168
Schmidt. Wesley: 50. 54, 102, 123, 162, 168
Selmedl, Mark: 71
Schncdl, Matthew: 88, 130
Schnitzler. Karen: 50, 124
Schrott, I lone: 94
Scott, Deborah: 74, 81
Scott, Gloria: 130
Scott, John: 81
Scott, Laveme: 94
Scott, Teresa: 94
Scott, Thomas: 81
Scripture, Norma: 50, 105, 111
Seamon. Gary: 50, 141
Seccuro, Rebecca: 94. 131
Scdl crry, Carol: 13. 50. 123. 147
Self, Bonnie: 94, 127 Self. Diane: 81. 127 Self, Michael: 88 Self, Millard: 71 Self, Tommy: 71, 88 Seim, Frances: 81 Semonds, Charles: 88 Settle. Hilton: 74. 81, 160 Settle, Marvin: 50
Settle. Wayne: 21 Shafer. Margaret:
Shafer. Myron: 50 Shank. Nancy: 81 Shank. Tom: 155
Shape. Margaret: 81 Sharp, Richard: 110
Shepherd. Cheryl: 50
Shepherd. Glenn: 88
Sheridan, Joseph: 50 Shieling, Christine: 94 Shifllett, Barbara: 94 Shilling, Gary: 88 Shilling, tarry: 88 Shingleton: 81 Shipe, Ronnie: 50, 111 Shivey, John: 71 Shirty, Ralph:
Shockey, Michael: 81
Sholtis, Steve: 71 Shuck. Kathy: 81 Sihold, Bryan: 71
Sihold, Stephen: 88
Siers, George: 81, 130 Siers, Shirley: 81 Silcox, Phyllis: 94 Silleman. Linda: 94 Silliman, Joann: 50 Silliman, Susan: 51 Simonds, Charles: 123, 164
Simpson. Laura: 74, 81 Simpson. Marion: 51, 127. 146 Sims, Allen: 88
Sims. Amos: 88
Sims, John: 88
Singh, Mahendra: 88 Sirbert, Dianne: 81
Skeens, Bobbie: 94 Slack, Gary: 155
Slate, Robert: 48. 31. 104. 105. 106 115 Slivinski, Bruce: 71. 146 Slivinski, Susan: 85 Smalling, Walter:
Smart, Deborah: 51, 85 Smith, Alfred: 51, 129. 132. 133 Smith. Anthony:
Smith, Bert: 51 Smith, Bumicc: 85 Smith, Connie: 51 Smith, Deborah:
Smith, Diane: 130
Smith, Dianne: 81 Smith, Dominic: 51, 101 Smith, Earle: 88
Smith, Glenn: 81. 165 Smith, Herbettc:
Smith. Irving: 62. 138, 139. 154 156 158, 159 Smith, James: 51, 81 Smith. James M.:
Smith, Johnny: 155
Smith, Karl: 74
Smith. Kenneth: 138. 151. 134. 165
Smith, Lawrence: 15-1
Smith, Linda: 51. 143
Smith. Lionel: 150, 166
Smith, Novella: 51
Smith, Olive: 85
Smith, Ronald: 154, 167 Smith, Ronald: 165
Smith, Steve: 51 Smith, Stewart: 81
Smith, Ted: 157, 167
Smith, William: 81, 154 Smoot, Paul:
Snider, Darida: 85
Snider, Jane: 85
Snyder, Hammond: 81. 165. 169
Snyder, Lynda: 51. 112. 124. 135. 144
Soles, Sally: 51. 112. 114. 124. 135. 13'
Sown, Joyce: 81, 138
Sparks, Jennifer: 71
Speer, John: 81. 169
Speer. Richard: 51
Spicer. Malcolm: 51
Spillan, Wendy: 52. 131, 127
Spinner, LaDonna: 81
Spittle. David: 88
Spittle. Gary: 32, 127, 147
Spillman. William: 81
Sprague. Steve: 71
Squash. Earl: 161
Squires, William: 88
Standlev, Janet: 82
Stanfield. Iferlicrt: 52
Stanger, Rosemary: 85
Stanley, Janet: 82
Stanley, Norma: 82 Stanton, Octavia: 82, 102 Stapleton, Calvin:
Starkey, Patricia: 85 Steele, Carolyn: 85 Steele, Edward: 88 Steele, Linda:
StefTry, Vicki: 85 Stephens, Frank: 88
Stetson, David: 88. 130 Stevens, Douglas: 124
Stevenson, Sidney: 88 Stewart, Charles:
Stewart. Dale: 3S. 52. 102. 132. 135 Stewart, Linda: 81 Stillman. Terry:
Stinnette. Sharon: 52. 145 Stocks, Martha:
Stokes. Charlette: 85 Stone. Patricia 64. 71 Stone. Sharon: 85. 138 Stovall. Eugene
Stovall. Roger: 88
Street, Mildred: 82 Strickland, Maria: 71 Strickland, Richard: 88 Strock, Betty: 72 Strock, Jerry: 88 Strong, John:
Studds, John: 52, 187 Suarez, Tony: 82, 169 Suarez, Michael: 52. 138, 163 Sullivan, Carol: 82 Sullivan, Gregory: 85, 161 Sullivan, Mary: 82 SuPrise, Kathleen: 52 SuPrise, Paul: 138, 163
Surkieivics, Joseph: 85, 99 Surratt, Jerry: 161
Sutton, Linda: 52 Sutton, Patricia:
Sutton. Steve: 72 Swanell, Suzanne: 38, 52, 104 Swartz, Joan: 72 Sweeney, Nancy: 85 Sweeney, Sarah:
Sweeney, Robert: 52 Swicegood. Rebecca: 85, 127 Swisher, John: 155
Swisher. Patricia: 82
Tabler, Mary: 85 Tabor, Mary:
Talley, Maris: 85 Tarbox, William:
Taylor, Fred: 85. 163, 164 Taylor, Jane: 82 Taylor, Lanry:
Taylor, Wayland: 85, 155 Toasdale, Eula: 72, 112, 113, 123 Teel, Alicia: 85 Teel. Cleveland: 85 Teel, Ray:
Teller, Fred: 149
Terry, Stillman: 85
Tessier, Norman: 85
Tcssier, Rose-Marie: 62, 72, 128
Thacker, Betty: 85
Thodos, Diana: 52 Thomann, Mark: 85 Thomas, Beverly: 82, 133 Thomas, Deborah: 85, 131 Thomas, Dclmar: 85. 135 Thomas. Geoffrey: 85 Thomas, Herbert: 15, 154, 163, 165
Thomas, Ivory: 85 Thomas, Kenneth: 82, 167 Thomas, Lauren: 85, 131 Thomas, Michael:
Thomas, Pat: 82 Thomas, Sandra: 82 Thompson, Grant:
Thompson, Sidney: 53, 97, 150, 156, 159 Thompson, William:
Thoreson, N'els: 85, 135 Thorp. Rolsert:
Thorpe. Calvin: 72, 142 Threat, Charles: 93 Timbcrlake. Richard: 85, 169 Tolbert. Sandra: 85 Tolosa, Felix:
Tibbs. Spencer: 85 Trenary, Jacklyn: 82 Troxell, Lawrence: 72 Troy, Maggie:
Truly. Ann: 53, 57 Trumble, Linda: 72, 133 Tucker, Vance: 53 Turk. Glenda: 85. 99 Turner, Bobby: 53 Turner, Bill: 84, 155 Turner, Colena: 82, 131 Turner, Emily: 74. 82 Turner, Larry:
Turner, William: 82, 154 Tyler, LaVemc: 53 Tyler, Pamela: 53 Tyler, Patricia: 85
Tyson, Robert: 72 Underwood, Crystal:
Underwood, David: 85, 161 Underwood, Linda: 72, 133 Valois, Denise: 138
Valois, Gcrri: 53 Valois, Michael: 72 Vanderwarker, Carol:
Van Dyne, Darrell: 53, 140 Van Dyne, Jackie: 53
Van Meter, Alison:
Van Rcuth, Linda: 53, 124 Van Sise. Ronald: 53, 123 Varga, Brenda: 85 Varge, Frank: 72
Vaughn, Linda: 82 Vecney, Sharon: 85, 131 Vcney, James: 53 Vennon, Jaimie: 85 Ventura, Robert:
Vernon, Rodnet: 154
Vernon, Zanic: 72, 142 Vicent, Leslie: 90 Vician, Janet: 53 Vincent, Margaret:
Walker, Carolyn: 53 Walker, Charles: 97 Walker, Mary:
Walsh, John: 53 Walthall. Greg: 54 Wannall, Steve: 54. 110, 150, 151 Wanzer, Gale: 54, 142 Wanzer, Margo:
Wanzer. Ralph: 85. 155
Ward. Charles: 157
Ward. Danny: 54. 164
Ward, Marion: 85
Ward, Wayne: 54
Warren, Joseph: 54, 99, 114
Warren. Kyle: 54. 103, 104, 105, 114
Warren. Philip: 82. 97
Warren, Timothy: 123
Warrener, John: 85
Watford, Mary: 54, 123, 124
Watkins, Linda: 90
Watson, Jeanette: 54, 111
Watson, Linda: 90, 131
Walts. Douglas: 85. 155 Waugh, Martha: 82, 131 Wayland. James: 97 Wayland, Lawrence: 72, 163 Wayland. Scott: 85. 120 Weaver, Dennis: 85, 130, 161, 167 Weaver. Joanne: 90 Webb. Charles: 54 Webber. Peggie: 72. Ill, 126, 135 Webster, Don: 54. 123, 146 Webster, John: 154
Webster, Louis: 154
Wedding. Caroline: 54, 115, 124, 125 Weekly, Judith: 131
Weintraub, Susan: 90 Welch, Brenda: 55 Wellborn, Janice: 82 Wells. Luther: 55, 187 Wells, Phyllis: 55 Wenderoth, Joanne: 72. 146 Wcndcroth, Wendy: 89, 90, 130 Wesley, Deborah: 90, 131 Wesley. Marie: 90 West, Charlotte:
West. Daniel: 93, 155 West, Joyce: 82 West, Kenneth: 62 West. Sandra: 72 Westbrook, Janet: 82 Westbrook. Ollie: 62, 72. 101, 148, 150, 151, 165 Westbrook. Robert: 82, 165
Wheaton, Susan: 73, 123, 124 Whetzal, Carla: 90 Whetzei. Harold: 93 White. Donald: 93 Whitt, Candy:
Wigglesworth, Gloria: 82 Wilbam, Brenda: 90 Wilburn, Janet: 73 Wilburn, William: 73, 167 Wilhoit, Beverly: 55 Wilhoit, Ronald:
Wilkins, Pamela: 90
Wilkins, Rachael: 82 Wilks, Susan: 55, 126 Williams, Charles: 73 Williams, Claude:
Williams, David: 82 Williams, Dianetta:
Williams, Eva: 130
Williams, Gairy: 93, 99 Williams, George:
Williams, Joycelyn: 82 Williams, Margaret: 82 Williams, Vcinell: 55 Williamson. Pat: 55 Willis. Carl: 93. 155 Willis, Robert: 97 Willis, William: 55 Willoughby, Zilla: 55 Wilson, Debbie: 73, 146 Wilson, Diane: 55 Wilson, Elliott:
Wilson. Larry: 55 Wilson, Patsy: 90 Wilson, Paulette: 55 Wilson, Steve: 165 Wilson, Ted:
Winkler. Bob: 73 Winston, Gwendolyn: 55, 131 Wise, Frances: 90, 130 Wolfford. Charlotte: 55, 131, 147 Wolfrey, Eugene:
Wood, Cheryl: 133 Wood. Paul: 73 Woodley. Mary: 73, 147 Woods, Craig:
Woods, Rebecca: 73
Woodside, Pamela: 55
Woodside, Roberta: 90
Woodside, Wendy: 15. 112
Wools, George: 56, 142
Woollum, Clarence: 28, 31, 56, 57, 156
Worden. Randall: 93. 139. 162, 164
Worley, Kathy: 56, 124, 147
Worrell, Barbara: 82
Worthy, Bernice: 56
Worthy, Robert: 93
Worthy, Ruby: 90
Wrenn, Carolyn: 146
Wright, Aquanita: 56, 150
Wright, Eddie: 56, 138
Wright, Jan: 73 Wurth, Michael: 82 Wyman, Cynthia:
Yarbough. Penny: 82 Yates. Elinor: 102 Yates, Kathy: 90 Yates, Margaret:
Yates, Mary: 90 Yates, Robert: 56 Yates, William: 56 Yednock, Rol crt: 56. 166 Young, Donald: 93, 154 Young, Jan: 73 Young, Robert: 82
Young, Tommy: 93 Yuhag, Stephen: 56 Zack, Mary: 82 Zaremba, Neil: 162
Zehring, Robert: 93 Zeller, Glen: 73. 97, 166 Zeller, Greg: 93, 155, 164. 167 Zeller, Terry: 82, 154 Ziegler, Earl:
Zuidena, Carl: 56.J62, 164 Zuidcma, Joanna: 73
Academic Team 102
American Education Week 122
Art Department 11
Astronomy Club 120
Attendance Department Assistants 147
Baseball, Varsity 166
Junior Varsity 167
Basketball, Varsity 156-159
Junior Varsity 160
Board of Education 8
Book Department 22
Boys’ Athletic Leaders 138
Business Education Department 19
Building Custodial Staff 23
Cafeteria Staff 22
Classes, Freshmen 84-95
Clinic, Nurse 21
Council, Student 9S-99
Cross Country 162
Debate Club 102
Distributive Education Club 142-143
Drama Club 124-125
English Department 12-13
Folk Music Club 128
Football, Varsity 150-153
Junior Varsity 154
Foreign Language Department 18
French Club 116
Future Business Leaders of America 127
Future Homemakers of America 126
Future Teachers of America 119
German Club 119
Girls’ Athletic Association 13S
Guidance Department 10
Guidance Department Assistants 147
Home Economics Department 11
Index, Seniors 58-61
Industrial Cooperative Training Club 140-1-41
Latin Club 117
Little Hatchet 115
Mathematics Department 14-15
Monogram Club 139
Music Department 11
Office Assistants 145-146
Pep Club 100
Physical Education Department 20
Quill and Palm 103
Quill and Scroll 104
Red Cross Club 110
Safe Driving Committee 100
Science Department 16
Social Studies Department 1"
Spanish Club 118
Spanish Honor Society 106
State. Boys' and Girls’ 105
Track, Winter and Spring 164
Vocational Office Training Club 144
World Events Club 123
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199The anticipation . . .
It is not really until Graduation, the last few moments of our four years at GW, that we realize that we eannot stop or turn back TIME, and that we can only remember, never re-live, the events that made up these last twelve months. As always, this moment is an end and a beginning. It is the obligation of a yearbook to record the faces, names and happenings of a period of TIME. It is the 1966 COMPASS’s pleasure to thank the students whose efforts made it more than a simple assembly of days, hours and minutes.
ONE SPECIAL TIME
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