George Washington High School - Compass Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)
- Class of 1967
Page 1 of 208
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 208 of the 1967 volume:
WITH APPRECIATION . . .
. . . the yearbook stoff joins the Senior Class in dedicating the 1967 COMPASS to a man of action . . .
MR. HOMER WILLIAMS
2A DISTINGUISHED PART of our community, S-r'ge Washington High School is an institution both • zr m tradition and bright in outlook. The GW Presi-:r-:s as a united student body are proud of the many e!y experiences we hove enjoyed together. As in-: • duals we are confident thot our active years here prove a true benefit to us. The 1967 COMPASS r-esents as its theme the great volume of purposeful :: vity thot took place this year at our school.
A man who epitomizes this theme is Mr. Homer • liams. That he worked his way through Denison .r versify as an employee of U. S. Steel and later ---red o masters degree from the University of Pitts-Ou'gh show that he is an industrious individual. Mr.
liams — former advisor to the COMPASS, former -athematics teacher, 32nd degree Mason, occom-r shed organist, avid gardener, and, as of this yeor, an Assistant Principal — is one of the most respected and rcpulor persons on our faculty. The class of 1967 is g-ateful to hove been associated with him.
PATRONS 172Pot Lunccford Seniors
6SENIORS EXPERIENCE MEMORABLE YEAR
MRS. HOUCHINS Sponsor
MRS. APPERSON Co-Sponsor
RALPH BARNETT President
IRVING SMITH Vice-President
JACKY BERNIER Secretary
BERT AGNER: Freshman Football; SCA Representative.
DONALD AITCHESON: Red Cross Representative
CHARLES ALLEN: Senior Band.
SHELLEY ANDERSON: V.O.T. Club
SAFFAN ANDOLSUN: Secretary, Sophomore
Class; Freshman Football; JV Football; Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Wrestling; Monogram Club.
STEFANIE ANNICCHIARICO: Sophomore Board;
Junior Board; Surveyor Staff; Compass Ad Staff; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative, Attendance Office Worker.
STEPHEN ANTONACCI Vice-President, German Club, JV Boseba Varsity Bcsebc I; Drama Club.
KATHERINE ASBELL: D.E Club MELVINIA AYRES: V.O.T. Club.
SHARON BABER: Point Recorder, GAA; FBLA; Red Cross Club Representative.
CLASS OF '67
MARY ANNE BADER: Surveyor Staff; German Club; Junior Board; Library Assistant; Economic Seminar.
PATRICK BAILEY: BONNIE BALDWIN:
SHARON BANDER: FTA; Spanish Club; Pep Club; ICT Club.
CHARLES BARNES: Red Cross Representative.
RALPH BARNETT: President, Senior Closs; Vice-President, Junior Class; Freshmon Basketball; Varsity Basketball; Monogram Club; Key Club; French Club; Red Cross Representative
RONNIE BARNETTE: Vice-President, Freshman Class; President, Sophomore Class; Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; JV Football; JV Baseball; JV Basketball; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Gymnastics; Junior Board; Monogram Club; Key Club; SCA Representative; Red Cross Representative.
BETTY BAZZLE: SCA Representative; Pep Club; Red Cross Representative.
GEORGE BECK: Junior Board.
= CNNIE BARNETTE
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PATRICIA BODDY JOHN BOYD
PAT BENNETT: ICT Club, Parliamentarian and Secretary.
JACKY BERNIER: Sophomore Board; President, Junior Class; Secretory, Senior Closs; Secretary-Treasurer, Student Council; Executive Committee, SCA; Quill and Polm; Compass Business Staff; French Club; French Club Award; German Club; World Events Club; Gymnastics Club; Girl's State Representative; Secretory, Northern District SCA; Economic Seminar; Academic Letter.
VERONICA BLACKWELL: Pep Club; Red Cross Club Representative; French Club.
STEPHANIE BOAZ: Editor-in-Chief, Surveyor-Quill ond Scroll, President; Assistant Editor, The
Little Hotchet; President, Music Club; Vice-President, Astronomy Club; Drama Club; Choir; Pep Club.
2ATR:C A BODDY SCA Representative; Chorus; DE Club.
JOHN BOYD Vcrsity Gymnastics Team; Monogram- Club; Typing Award; General Business Award.
CHARLENE BRADLEY: Spanish Club; DE Club.
BEVERLY BRANCH: Pep Club; Girl's Chorus; VOT Club.
EILEEN BRASSEUR: VOT Club.
EILEEN BRASSEURPAT BROOKS
ZANIE BROWNING ALVINA BRUNSON
CLASS OF '67
PAT BROOKS: President, GAA; Red Cross Club Representative.
ZANIE BROWNING: D.E. Club.
ALICE BULLMAN: Pom-Pom Girl; VOT Club; Certificate of Merit; Clinic Worker.
KAREN BURGESS: GAA; Track Team; Sunshine Girls; Pep Club.
ANTOINETTE BURKE: GAA; FHA; Pep Club; Red Cross Representative; Band; Sunshine Girls.
ALICE BULLMAN KAREN BURGESS
ANTOINETTE BURKE JIM BURNS
JIM BURNS: Junior Board; Boy's State; SCA Representative; Red Cross Representative; Pep Committee; Grounds Committee.
SHARON G. BURNS: Junior Board; Band; FTA; Pep Club; Hall Monitor.
SHARON L. BURNS: COMPASS Ad Staff; Advanced Girl's Chorus; Bible Club, Secretary-Treasurer; FTA; Big Sister.
SHARON G. BURNS
SHARON L. BURNS
MARY CALLAHAN: Alternote, JV Cheerleader; COMPASS Ad Staff; Grounds Committee; ICT Club.
LARRY CALDWELL MARY CALLAHAN
WILLIAM CHERRY: Letter, Track.
RONNIE CLARK: Freshman Football; JV Football;
Vorsity Crew; DE Club.
HAZEL CARR WILLIAM CHERRY
RONNIE CLARK MICHAEL CLAY
CHRISTINE CLEVENGER Sponish Club; Girl's Chorus; Red Cross Club Representative; GAA.
LINDA COBERLY: Junior Board; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative; VOT Club.
LYNDA COBLE: Surveyor Staff; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Club.
CHR STINE CLEVENGER
LYNDA COBLEJANE COLEMAN
CLASS OF '67
JANE COLEMAN: Pom-Pom Girl; SCA Representative; Pep Club; Grounds Committee; Advonced Girl's Chorus.
WILLIAM COMBS: Secretary, Music Club;
Spanish Club; DE Club.
CHRIS CONLON: Membership Chairman, Quill and Scroll; Treasurer, French Club; Typist, COMPASS; French Honor Society; Quill and Polm; World Events Club; Pep Club; Girl's State Alternate.
GEORGE CONLON: District President, ICT Club.
BARBARA COOK: Secretary, Drama Club; GAA; FHA.
ALICE CORDELL: VOT Club.
TJUANNA COTTON: FHA; Red Cross Club Representative.
HOMAS COUPLES: SCA Representative; ICT
CHARLENE COURTNEY: Pep Club; Band.
CHARLENE COURTNEYKENDA CRUM
KENDA CRUM: President ond Parliamentarian, DE Club; DE Queen.
BERT DAVID: JV Football; JV Baseball; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball; Gymnostics; SCA Representative; Lettermon's Club.
JOHN DAVIS: VICA Club
KENNETH DEAN: Junior Board; DE Club; Wrestling.
WILLIAM DeWALT: Photographer, Compass; Photographer, Surveyor; Pep Club; Track Team; Cross Country; Gymnostics Team; Gymnastics Club.
STEVE DILLON: DE Club.
GINNIE DOMBROSKI: Vice-President, Quill and Polm; Vice-President, Quill and Scroll; French Honor Society; Vice-President and Parliamentarian, French Club; Vice-President, AFS Club; Parliamentarian, World Events Club; President and Secretary, Astronomy Club; Typist and Faculty Editor, COMPASS.
JAMES DOOLEY: JV Crew; Varsity Crew; Band.
CLASS OF '67
SHARON DUNCAN: Sophomore Board; Junior Board; SCA Representative; Red Cross Representative; Pep Club; Gymnastic Club; Grounds Committee; Clinic Worker; Astronomy Club.
MARY EDWARDS: ICT Club.
DAVID ENDICOTT: Red Cross Club Representative; DE Club.
ELLA JANE EPPERLEY: ICT Club
DAVID EVANS: Sophomore Board; Junior Boord; JV Baseball; Varsity Baseball; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative.
E-LA JANE EPPERLEY
KATHERINE EXNER: Secretory-Treasurer, FHA; FBLA.
WILLIE FACONER: Football.
WILLIE FIGGINS SARA FLESHER
HANK FORTUNE JANE FOX
SARA FLESHER: Sophomore Board; Make-up Editor, The Little Hatchet; Business Manager, Surveyor; Reporter, FHA; Reporter, FBLA; French Club; Pep Club; AFS Committee; Drama Club.
SHEILA FOOTE: Chairman, Compass Ad Staff; Advanced Girl's Chorus; Choir; GAA; Grounds Committee; FTA; Pep Club; Red Cross Representative; Big Sister.
BETTY FOREST: FTA; VOT; Typing I Award. HANK FORTUNE:
JANE FOX: Co-Chairman, Grounds Committee; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative: Pep Club; Latin Club.
ELAINA FROMM: Sophomore Board; Junior
Board, Quill and Palm; Quill and Scroll; Secretary, AFS C ub, Foreign Exchange Student; Secretary, ""nespians Treasurer, French Club; Secretary-“'ecsu'er, Drcma Club; Pep Committee; JV Cher-eccer Versify Cheerleader; SCA Representative; Academic Letters; Art Editor, Compass.
CATHY FULWILER: Treasurer, Freshman Class; Sophomore Board; Second Vice-President, Student Council; SCA Executive Committee; Quill and Palm; Football Queen; Chairman, Pep Club; Varsity Cheerleader.
GINGER FULWILER: Chairmon, Grounds Committee; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative; Basketball Queen; Chairman, Junior-Senior Prom Committee.
GINGER FULWILERLINDA FUNKHOUSER
CLASS OF '67
LINDA FUNKHOUSER: FBLA Club; VOT Club; Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Committee.
CHARLOTTE GEE: Astronomy Club; Grounds Committee; Pep Club.
DAVID GIBSON: SCA Representative; ICT Club.
KAREN GINN: Captain, JV Cheerleaders; Varsity Cheerleader; Pep Club; Grounds Committee; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative.
PEGGY GOCHENOUR: Vice-President and Secretary, GAA; Reporter, ICT Club; Red Cross Club Representative.
KAREN GOLDCHIEN: Junior Board; SCA Representative; FHA.
EMMA LOU GOODRICH: Secretary, FHA; FHA Club.
MARGARET GRAHAM: Secretary, Band; Pep Club; Spanish Club.
KAREN GOLDCHIEN EMMA LOU GOODRICH
REGINIA GRAY: Non-Fiction Editor, The Little Hatchet; GAA; FHA.
JENNIE GREENE: Pep Club.
SALLIE GRIFFIN: Quill and Polm; World Events Club, Red Cross Club Representative; Music Club; Biology Club; Pep Club; SCA Representative; Drum and Fife Corps; Orchestra.
SUSAN GRIFFIN: Student Council President; Executive Committee, Student Council; Chairman, Pep Committee; Treasurer, Junior Closs; Junior Boord; Publicity Chairman, Sophomore Class; Sophomore Board; AFS Committee; Girl's State Representative; Girl's State Delegate Appearing In The National Yearbook of Americo.
BOB GRIMES: BARBARA HALEY:
SUSAN GRIFFIN BOB GRIMES
Barbara halEy francs haley
FRANCIS HALEY: Vice-President, Band Council;
Band; Drill Club; DE Club.
CHARLES HALL: Varsity Football; Varsity Track; Varsity Baseball; Wrestling; SCA Representative.
SYLVESTER HAMMONDS: Varsity Football; Most Improved Player Aword.
SYLVESTER HAMMONDSDANNY HANEY
CLASS OF '67
RICHARD HANNON: World Events Club; SCA :epresentotive; Red Cross Club Representative; =3LA Club.
PEGGY HARMAN GRAFTON HARRIS
MICHAEL HARMAN: COMPASS, photographer; Photographer, Surveyor; Drum and Fife Corps; Choir.
PEGGY HARMAN: SCA Alternate; Advanced Girl's Chorus; Pep Club.
GRAFTON HARRIS: VICA Club.
JANICE HARRIS: FHA Club.
NANCY HARRIS: Red Cross Club Representative; FBLA; DE Club.
DICK HAWES: DE Club.
ROBERT HAWKINS: Red Cross Club Representative.
ROBERT HAWKINSMICHAEL HAYNES
MICHAEL HAYNES: Varsity Crew.
CHARLES HAYWARD: Treasurer, Senior Band; Spanish Honor Society; Spanish Club.
ROBERT HICKS Junior Board; Vice-President, Key Club, JV Football; JV Crew; Varsity Football; Varsity Crew, SCA Representative; Monogram Club; Boy's State.
BRENT HILL: JV Cross Country; SCA Alternate; Key Club; VOT.
MARCELLA HOLMES: F.B.L.A.; GAA; Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Club.
JAMES HOOPER: Football; Baseball Wrestling; Red Cross Club Representative.
ROSEMARY HORGAN: Junior Board; Compass Ad Staff; Grounds Committee; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative.
RAYMOND HUBBARD: Freshman Football-
Junior Board; Sunshine Boys; SCA Representative; Red Cross Club Representative
RAYMOND HUBBARDCLASS OF '67
JACKIE HUGGART: ICT Club.
CAROLYN HUMPHRIES: COMPASS Ad Stoff; Grounds Committee; French Club; World Events Club.
CLAUDE HUSBANDS: President, Key Club; Quill and Palm; Boy's State; SCA Representative; Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Tennis; Economics Seminar.
JENNIFER HYLTON: French Club; Choir.
JANICE IRBY: Pep Club; GAA.
JAMES JENKINS: Freshman Football; JV Football; D.E. Club.
DENNIS JENNINGS: Football Letter; I.C.T. Club.
VICTORIA JOHNSON Barbara jonES
VICTORIA JOHNSON: Pep Club
CHRIS KELLEY: Varsity Crew.
BERNARD KEMPMICHAEL KENTES ALMA KIDD MARJORIE KIDD
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• iRJCR E KIDD Secretary, D.E. Club.
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.CREY KISER: JV Cheerleader, Captain; COM-: a3S Junior Class and Faculty Editor, Quill and Sec FTA, SCA Representative; Red Cross Club : iC'esentative'; School Store.
•ARY LaMONT: German Club.
. CK LAMPSHIRE: First Vice-President, Student Council; President, Quill and Polm; President,
- -ericon Field Service Club; Board of Directors, • ey Club; Quill and Scroll; COMPASS Business C -b; "It's Academic" Team; Boy's State; Econo-
— c Seminar; Crew; Wrestling.
E- ZABETH LAY: Red Cross Club Representative; Cebate Club; Folk Music Club; .World Events
PATRICIA KILLION AUDREY KISER
MARY LaMONT NICK LAMPSHIRE
PAULA LEE: Vice-President, FHA, FBLA; GAA
WAYNE LEWIS: Monogrom Club; I.C.T Club.
ELIZABETH LITTLEJOHN: Typing Award.
ELIZABETH LITTLEJOHN PATRICIA LLNCEFORD
PAULA LYLES NANCY MACBRIDE
PATRICIA LUNCEFORD: Editor, Little Hatchet; Vice-President, FTA; Secretary-Treasurer, Quill and Scroll; SCA Representative; Spanish Club; Choir; Girls' State Alternate; Freshman Senior Class Editor, COMPASS.
PAULA LYLES: FHA; F B.L.A.
NANCY MACBRIDE: President, FHA; Parliamentarian, F.B.L.A,
ROBERT MACELLARO: JV Baseball.
BONNIE McCALEB: V.I.C.A. Club.
BONNIE McCALEBCARL McCLAY
CLASS OF '67
MICHAEL McCONCHIE: Surveyor Staff; Quill and Scroll; JV and Varsity Baseball; Monogram Club.
SUE MeGUINN HELEN McKAY
WANDA McCULLEN: Pep Club; I.C.T. Club.
SUE MeGUINN: Treasurer and President, FTA, Secretary and Publicity Choirmon, Astronomy Club; Pep Club; Music Club; Red Cross Representative; Junior Board.
HELEN McKAY: Secretary, Germon Club; Latin Club; Drama Club; Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Club.
STEPHEN McKNlGHT: Librarian, Choir; Thespians; Drama Club; World Events Club; Pep Club
ALLEN MEADOWS: D.E. Club.
MELVIN MEADOWS: I.C.T. Club.
JOHN MEEHAN: Board of Directors, Key Club;
Junior Board; JV Crew. MELVIN MEADOWS JOHN MEEHAN
STEPHEN McKNlGHT ALLEN MEADOWS
PATRICK MEEHAN: Varsity Tennis Team; School Store.
CAROLYN MELTON: SCA Representative;
F.B.L.A.; Pep Club; Astronomy Club; Red Cross Club Representative.
JANE MILLER: SCA Representative; Pom-Pom Girl; Red Cross Club Representative; ICT Club; VOT Club.
PAULA MILLER: Girl's Chorus; Spanish Club; Pep Club.
SHARON MILLER: Girl's Chorus; Pep Club
MARY MONZUK: DE Club.
GARY MOORE: DE Club; SCA Representative.
JOYCE MORGAN: VOT Club.
SANDRA NASHWINTER: FBLA Club; Pep Club.
SANDRA NASHWINTERCLASS OF '67
FRANCIS NELSON: Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Club.
BETTY NIXON: Executive Committee, Student Council; Senior Attendont, Homecoming; A.F.S. Club; Pep Club; Red Cross Club Representative; SCA Representative; Junior Board; JV Cheerleader.
PAM PARMAN: Vice-President, ICT Club; Pep Club.
GEORGE PATTERSON: VOT Club.
MARIE PATRICK: Junior Board; JV Cheerleader; Varsity Cheerleader; Senior Attendant, Homecoming; Pep Club; FTA; GAA; Gymnastics Club; Orchestra; Red Cross Club Representative; Grounds Committee; Sophomore ond Junior Editors, COMPASS; Big Sister; Student Leader; Football Queen Attendant; Senior Band.
JACK PEELE: Editor-In-Chief, COMPASS; President, Spanish Honor Society; Chairman, Debate Club; Secretary, Key Club; Quill and Palm; Quill and Scroll; Boy's State; Marching Band; Varsity Tennis; Letter, Varsity Tennis; Harvard Book Award.
PHILIP PERCYDRUCILLA PETTEY DANA PETTIT
DRUCILLA PETTEY: President, Folk Music Club; Treosurer, Quill ond Palm; Quill ond Scroll; COMPASS Business Staff; Surveyor Staff; French Club; World Events Club; SC A Representative; Two Academic Letters.
DANA PETTIT: Sophomore Board; Junior Board; COMPASS Ad Staff; Grounds Committee; SCA Representative; Big Sister; Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Club.
SHARON PITTARD ROBERT PITTS
CAROLYN POLK DAVID POSEY
SHARON PITTARD: President and Parliamentarian, FTA; GAA; Red Cross Club Representative; World Events Club; Latin Club; Pep Club; Grounds Committee.
ROBERT PITTS: Key Club; Science Club.
CAROLYN POLK: President, Astronomy Club; Quill and Scroll, Music Club; Pep Club
DAVID POSEY: B.g Brother.
MARY PRICE: Red Cross Club Representative
JOHN PUDDY: Activities and Sophomore Class Editor, COMPASS; Sunshine Boys; Latin Club; Pep Club.
JOHN PUDDYSTEVEN PUGH
CLASS OF '67
";.EN PUGH: Junior Boord; SCA Representative;
- HY RADCLIFFE: FBLA; Pep Club; VOT.
• E RADCLIFFE: Junior Board; Varsity Football; IA Representative.
HRIS RAILEY: Sergeant-At-Arms, D. E. Club; SCA : t resentative; Red Cross Club Representative.
I.ELAND RATCLIFFE: - 03ERT RAWLINGS:
- 03IN READ: President, Band Council; Drum Major.
IDNNIE REAMY: Homecoming Queen; Sophomore : :ard; President, Advanced Girl's Chorus; Varsity E-eerleader; Pom Pom Girl; SCA Representative; 3'ounds Committee; Big Sister; FBLA; Pep Club; Gym--cstics Club; Senior Attendant to Football Queen.
ROBERT RAWLINGS ROBIN READ
CONNIE REAMY DAVID REEL
SUELLEN RIDGELY PATTI RITTER
BONNIE RENSHAW: COMPASS Ad Staff; SCA Representative; Pep Club; Folk Music Club:
JOHN RENZI: Freshman Football Letter; Varsity Football; Red Cross Club Representative.
SUELLEN RIDGELY: Assistant Editor, COMPASS; Junior Board; Quill and Scroll; Quill and Palm; Girl's State; World Events Club; French Club; SCA Representative; Pep Club.
PATTI RITTER: FBLA; Pep Club; Red Cross Club Alternate; Folk Music Club.
KAREN ROBERTS: Historian, FBLA; Pom Pom Girls. MARY ROBINSON: GAA, Pep Committee; V. O. T.
SCOTT ROGERSJON RUSKIN
CLASS OF '67
ON RUSKIN: Art Editor, The Little Hatchet; Treas-- er, Astronomy Club; French Club; Art Club; World i.ents Club; Science Club.
RUTH SALZINGER: Sophomore Board; Junior Board; SCA Representative; Treasurer, FBLA; Secretary, Grounds Committee; Pep Club; Astronomy Club; Big
”HOMAS SAMPSON: Spanish Club; SCA Representative.
ELLEN SANDERS: Red Cross Club Representative; FHA; FBLA.
JANET SAUNDERS: GAA Club.
DORENA RUSSELL RUTH SALZINGER
THOMAS SAMPSON ELLEN SANDERS
KATHLEEN SCHILLING: Quill ond Palm; Academic „etter; Treasurer, Folk Music Club; French Club.
KATHLEEN SCHILLINGMARY SCHLAG
MARY SCHLAG: SCA Alternate; French Club; German Club.
PAT SCHLAG: Red Cross Club Representative; VOT; Pep Club
LINDA SEARGEANT FHA; Perfect Attendance Award.
MILLARD SELF: Parliamentarian, VICA; Art
TOMMY SELF: Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Football.
WAYNE SETTLE: Surveyor Stoff; Big Brother.
JOHN SHIREY: Varsity Swimming; Varsity Football; Assistant Sports and News Editors, Surveyor.
RALPH SHIREY: JV Baseball Letter.
BRYAN SI BOLD:
JIM SLIVINSKI: D. E. Club.
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JIM SLIVINSKIKENNETH SMITH
CLASS OF '67
IRVING SMITH: Vice-President, Junior Class; Vice-President, Senior Class; Secretary-Treasurer, Monogram Club; Treasurer, Key Club; JV Football; Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball; Varsity Baseball; Athletic Leader; Big Brother.
JIM SMITH: Red Cross Club Representative; D. E. Club.
KENNETH SMITH: President, Freshman Class; Freshman Football; JV Football; Varsity Football; JV Baseball; JV Track; Gymnastics; Monogram Club; Red Cross Club Representative; Senior Leader; SCA Representative.
RONALD SMITH: JV Football; JV Baseball; Gymnastics; Most Outstanding Junior in Physical Education.
JENNIFER SPARKS: V. 0. T. Club.
STEVE SPRAGUE: Junior Board; SCA Representative; D. E. Club; Red Cross Representative.
PATTI STONE: COMPASS Ad Staff; Girl's Chorus; FHA; French Club; Pep Club; Dramatics Club; School Letter.
MARIA STRICKLAND: Varsity Cheerleader, Captain, Football; JV Cheerleader; SCA Representative; Grounds Committee; Pep Club; GAA; Folk Music Club; Red Cross Club Representative.
JOAN SWARTZ MARY TABOR
BOBBY TAYLOR EULA TEASDALE
BETTY STROCK: V. O. T. Club.
JOAN SWARTZ: Pep Club; V. O. T. Club.
MARY TABOR: BOBBY TAYLOR:
EULA TEASDALE: Junior Board Alternate; Activities Editor, COMPASS; Quill and Scroll; Vice-President and Parliamentarian, FTA; Reporter, FHA; Secretary Red Cross Club; World Events Club; Pep Club; French-Club.
ROSE-MARIE TESSIER: President, French Club; Frencf-Honor Society; Vice-President, Folk Music Club; Quill and Palm; Quill and Scroll; Surveyor Staff; SCA Representative; Junior Board; German Club; FTA; Typing Award; French Honor Certificate; Foreign Language Certificate.
HERBERT THOMAS: Freshmon Football; JV anc Varsity Football; JV and Varsity Wrestling; Tennis, Monogram Club; SCA Representative.
LARRY TROXELLLINDA TRUMBLE
CLASS OF '67
_ NDA TRUMBLE: Pom Pom Girls; GAA; V.O.T. Club.
_ NDA UNDERWOOD: Pom Pom Girls; GAA; Red I-css Representative; FHA.
• KE VALOIS:
3 LORI A VAN DYNE:
RODNEY VERNON: JV Football; JV Baseball.
SATYA VIS SINGH:
LINDA UNDERWOOD MIKE VALOIS
GLORIA VAN DYNE RODNEY VERNON
SATYA VIS SINGH CHARLES WALKER
JAMES WAYLAND LAWRENCE WAYLANDSENIORS
PEGGY WEBBER JOANNE WENDEROTH
SANDRA WEST OLLIE WESTBROOK
SUSAN WHEATON JANET WILBURN
PEGGY WEBBER: President, Mixed Chorus; Drum and Fife Corps; World Events Club; Junior Board; Pep Club; FHA; SCA Representative.
JOANNE WENDEROTH: SCA Alternate; Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Club; V. O. T. Club.
OLLIE WESTBROOK: Junior Board; JV Football; Varsity Football; Varsity Gymnastics; Gymnastics Club; Monogram Club; Red Cross Club Representative; Pep Club; Sunshine Boys.
SUSAN WHEATON: Fiction Editor, The Little Hatchet; Activities Editor, COMPASS; Quill ond Palm; French Club; World Events Club; Pep Club; SCA Representative; Drama Club.
JANET WILBURN: SCA Representative; Typing Award
WILLIAM WILBURN: DIANITTIA WILLIAMS: ROBERT WILLIS:
ROBERT WILLISDEBBIE WILSON
CLASS OF '67
r E33IE WILSON: Pep Club; Red Cross Club Repre-e-rotive; Grounds Committee; V.O.T. Club.
ARY ELLEN WOODLEY: Sophomore Boord; Publicity I-airman ond Treasurer, World Events Club; Publicity E“airman, French Club; Surveyor Staff; Pep Club; SCA : earesentotive; School Store; Girls' Stote Alternate.
AN WRIGHT: Pom Pom Girls; Pep Club; COMPASS -- Staff; World Events Club; Grounds Committee; .celling ond Shorthand Awords.
AN YOUNG: Varsity and JV Cheerleader; Head E-eerleoder, Basketball; Secretory, Quill and Palm; CA Representative; Red Cross Representative; Ac-. ties Editor, COMPASS; Pep Club; French Club; •. orld Events Club; GAA; Junior Board.
I-.EN ZELLER: Science Club; JV Basketball Letter; . crsity Baseball Letter.
EUGENE WOLFREY MARY ELLEN WOODLEY
REBECCA WOODS JAN WRIGHT
JAN YOUNG GLEN ZELLER
JOANNA ZUIDEMAOUTSTANDING SENIORS ARE SELECTED
Morie Potrick Bert Dovid
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Connie Reamy Steve SpragueBEST ALL-AROUND
Betty Nixon RolpH Bornett
Betty Bozzle Ronnie Bornette
40We sing our praises to our school, George Washington its name.
Her colors, blue and gold,
Were meant to ever bring her fame. And when our days are ended here And memories draw nigh,
We'll not forget our school so dear. Hail! GW High!
4142JUNIORS ATTAIN STATUS OF UPPERCLASSMEN CLASS OF 1968
MISS HALL MR. PRICKETT
LORENZO BARNES President
DARLENE MILWARD Vice-President
EMILY TURNER Treosurer
_ NIOR BOARD: Debbie Scott, Wando Griffin, Mory Fickinger, 3 Ibert Mooney.
43AKERS. SALLY ALEXANDER, BRENDA ANTHONY, VASSIL ASBELL, KITTY
ATKINS, CAROLYN BAIR, MARGARET BALDWIN, MARGARET BANDER. SHELLEY
BANKS. CLARA BARNES, LORENZO BARRY, JAMIE BASELER, STEPHANIE
BATES. BONNIE BEACH. ROSALIE BENARICK, RANDY BERRY, PAULETTE
BODDA, NANCY BOSTON, RUSSTINE BOEWMAN, DIANA BONFIGLIO, STEFAN
4430VE, BOBBY BOYD, THELMA BRADFIELD, ALAN BRASSEUR, LOUISE
BRECAR, RAY BREEDEN, BRENDA BREEDEN, JOHN BROOKS, CARLETTE
BROWN, CHARLES BROWN, DENNIS BROWN, HENRIETTA CALLAHAN, LUE ANNE
CAMPBELL, KIE CASTLE. CHRIS CHAPMAN.
DEBORAH CLARKE. TERRY
CLOUSE. THERESA COBBS, MARILYN COBURN, DANA COFFMAN, BUDDY
45CCv.BS, GLORIA CCPPASE ELAYNE CORDOVA.
VERONICA CORSO. PEGGY
CROSS LYDIA DACEY. WILLIAM DAVIS CHARLES DAV;S HATTIE
DAVIS MARY DE LAt'OER JUOY DEL- V3ER.
GAIL O GGS JOYCE
DODSON, DONALD DONALDSON, DIANE DOWDY, KAY
DOWNS, DONNA DOWNS, JANICE EDWARDS, GEORGEELLIOTT,
LEROY FELTNER. LEE FERER. JAMES
MARY FRAVEL, DONALD FURR, ALLEN GAINEY. MARY MARGARET
GALLMAN. SHE-!A GARDNER,
SPENCE GIOSCIO, DENNY GORDON, JAMES
GREENE, JOHN GREER, WANDA GRIFFIN, WANDA
GRIMES, EDITH Gcgo
47HALTER, MARY HAMED, MARTHA HARDING, JANELL
HAROLD, LOIS HARRIS, TERRI HARVEY, MARTY
HAROWITZ, JACKIE HATCH, COLBY HEDTKE, MARK
HENSLEY, BECKY HOLLIS, JEAN HOLLOWAY, MARY
HOLMES, LARRY HUDGINS, ALICE HUGHES, SUSANHYLAND, ROBERT JACKSON, CAROLYN JACKSON, MARY
JENNINGS. SANDRA JEWELL. BRENDA JOHNSON, ELAINE
McCLEES, OTIS McGEE, ARTHUR McMANUS, SANDRA
MELLOT, ATHOL MILLS, CLAYTON MILWARD, DARLENE
MONTI, GEORGE MONZUK, LOUIS MOONEY, DONMOONE, ROY MOORE, CONNIE NELSON, SHARON
NORMAN, BETTY NUHN, RICHARD ORSINI, ANDREA
51PULMAN. DEBBIE PUTMAN. SANDRA RANDELL.
REED. ELIZABETH REEDY. DENNIS RHODES.
BEVERLY ROBEY, WILLIAM
ROSS. DEBBIE ROSS. SHARON ROY. MAY RUSS. JEANETTE
RUSSELL, KAREN SAITTA, ROSEANNE SAUNDERS, CHRISTOPHER
SCHILLING, MARK SCOTT, DEBORAH SCOTT, JOHNSCOTT, GLORIA SELF, DIANE SETTLE, HILTON SHAFER. MARGARET
SHEER. FRANK SHINC-LETON, GUINN SHUCK, KATHY SIMPSON, LAURA
GAYLE SMITH, DIANNE SMITH, STEWART SOWA, JOYCE
SPEER, JOHN SPILLMAN, WILLIAM STANDLEY, JANET
STANLEY, JANET STANLEY, NORMA STANTON, OCTAVIASWISHER, PATRICIA THOMAS, KENNETH THOMAS, PAT THOMAS, SANDRA
TONG, DAVID TURNER, EMILY TURNER, WILLIAM VONES, FRANCES
54WILKENS, RACHEL WILLIAMS, JOYCELYN WILLIAMS, MARGARET WOODS, CRAIG
YATES, MARGATE” ZELLER, TERRY ZIEGLER, EARL BAZILUIEK, JAMES
58SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 7969
59ADDISON, MYRA ALLEN, PAUL ALMOND, KAREN AMEY, BETH ANDERSON, JOHN
ANDERSON, MICHAEL ARCHIE, BETTY ATHEY, MELANIE ATKINS, CHARLES AZZARA, RUTH
BAKER. RONALD BAKER, SIGRID BEALL, GEORGE BEHRENS, JACQUELINE BELL. ROSLYN
BERTSCHINGER. GREG BOND, DEBORAH BOUK, DAVID GRAHAM, ANDI
BRAGG, LINDA BRAUN, CATHY BRITT, MARY BRITTAIN, DEBBIE
60BROWN, PATTI BRUNSON, BRUCE 8ULLARD, THELRECIA CAMPBELL, WARREN
CARR, LOIS CARVER, TIMOTHY CASSIDY, JOHN CASSIDY, NANCY
CAYLE, JOHN CAVANAUGH. CANDY CLEVENGER, PAMELA COFFMAN, BEN COFFMAN, HENRY
COMBS, GLORIA COMISKY, GERALD COOPER, ANTHONY CRAWFORD, PAT CROUCH, WILLIAM
CRUM, SHARI DEACLE, MARIAN DENNING, BETTY DENNIS, CHARLES
61DOTSON, FRANCES DOUGLAS, ANNE DOWNER, ELIZABETH DOWNEY, MARIA DOYLE, SUSAN
DUNN, BARBARA DUNN, RAYMOND ELLIS, ALAN ELLIS, STUART EMBREY, ALETA
ETTER, LILIAN EVANS, CAROLYN FERER, LAURA FISCHMAN, DARLENE FLESHER, JAMES
FOLEY, TERESA FOX, LAWRENCE FOX WELL, DANIEL FREEMAN, RITA FRYE, GERALD
FUNKHOUSER, MICHAEL GALLAHAN, VIKKI CALLAHAN, VIRGINIA GEORGE, RAY GLABB, CHERYL
62GOCHENOUR, BRENDA GOODRICH, MARY GRAY, NORMAN GREGORY, CHARLES HAGAN, BARBARA
HANEL, SHELBY HARMON, LINDA HARRISON, JAMES HASSMER, JAMES HATTON, DIANE
HENDERSON, WALTER HICKS, REBA HIGGINS, BONNIE HILE, LINDA HIMES, CARY
HINES, DONALD HITT, LINDA HOLLOWAY, JOHN HOLMES, ALAN HOLMES, DEBORAH
HOOKS, JEANIE HOPPE, JULIA HOTTLE, EDWARD HOUCHINS, ANNA HOVERMALE, FRANK
63HOYLE, REBECCA HUMPHRIES, CLAUDIA HUNNICUTT, DEBRA ISLER, GLORIA JACKSON, CHARLES
JACKSON, LINDA JENNINGS, TERESA JOHNSON, DARLA JONES, BERNICE JONES, CATHRINE
JORGENSON. GRACE KELMINSKY, MARIE KENNEDY, MARY KENNEDY, SHIRLEY KILLELEA, STEPHAN
KLOW, RICHARD KONKEL, JOANNE KRYWICKI, STEPHANIE LASTIK, MARSHA LAYMAN, EUGENE
LEFLER, FRANK LEFLER, VICTORIA LEWIS, LEAMAN LONG, CAROL
64MARKELL, MARGARET MATTHEWS, BETTY McClendon, mary McClure, Christine
McCONCHIE, PHIL McFETRlDGE, VICTORIA McGOWAN, SUSAN MEEHAN, MARY MELVIN, LYNN
MICKEY, BEVERLY MIECE, TERRY MIER, GARY MILLER, ALTON MILLER, BONNIE
MILLER, MARY MILLER SUZANNE MITCHELL, BRENDA MITCHELL, CHRiST N= MORGAN, THOMAS
MOTLEY, GERALD MOYER, JUNE MURPHY, ROLAND NEFF, KATHY NEIL, DONNA
65O'LEARY, ROSLYN OLIVER, JAMES O'NEIL, DIXIE O'NEIL, JACKIE ONTKO, ROXANN
ORSINI, LUCY ORTIZ, HENRY ORTIZ, MARTHA OTTENS, SHIRLEY PALMER, LYNN
PARENTE. CYNTHIA PARKER, BRENDA PATTERSON, JERRY PAYNE, MARGARET PHILLIPS, PAUL
PRUITT, 80BBY PURYEAR, NANCY RAY, BILLY READ, DAVID REED, CRARLOTTE
REEDY, LINDA REGISTER. MARGARET REICHENBACH, PHIL RICE, CARLA RICUCCI, JEAN
66RIDGELY, MARTHA RILEY, JOAN ROACH, GARY ROBERTS, ANITA ROBERTS, GARY
ROBERTS. TOMMY ROBEY, CAROL ROBINSON, DONALD SANDERS, SUSAN SANFORD, KATHRYN
SCAFFIDO, MARY SCHROTT, ILENE SCOTT, ELWOOD SCOTT, TERESA SECURRO, BECKY
SELF, BONNIE SELF, MICHAEL SI BOLD, STEVE SILCOX, PHYLLIS SIMS, ALLEN
SIMS, AMOS SIMS, JOHN SKEENS, BOBBIE SLIVINSKI, SUSAN SMART, DEBBIE
67SMITH, EARLE SNIDER, DARI DA SNIDER. DEBBIE STEFFEY, VICKI
STOKES, CHARLETTE STONE, SHARON STRICKLAND, RICHARD SULLIVAN, GREG
SURKIEIVlCZ, JOSEPH SWICEGOOD, REBECCA TABLER, MARY TESSlER, NORMAN THACKER, BETTY
THOMANN, MARK THOMAS, DEBORAH THOMAS, LAUREN THORESON, NELS TURK, GLENDA
TURNER, WILLIAM TYLER, PATRICIA VALOIS, DENISE VALOIS, DENNIS VANDERWARKER, CAROL
68VARGA, BRENDA VENNON, JAIMIE VINCENT, LESLIE W NZER. RALPH WATKINS, LINDA
WATSON, LINDA WAYLAND. SCOTT WEINTRAUB, SUSAN WENDEROTH, WENDY WEST. CHARLOTTE
WEST, DANIEL WHETZEL, CARLA WILBURN, BRENDA WILSON, PATSY
WISE, FRANCES WOOD, CHERI WOODSIDE. ROBERTA
WORDEN, RANDALL YATES, MARY YOUNG, THOMAS ZELLER, CRAIG
G. W. FRESHMEN ADAPT QUICKLY TO HIGH SCHOOL LIFE - TAKE PART IN ACTIVITIES
CLAUDIA HAYNES President
KAREN CRADDOCK Vice-President
HOMEROOM 123—First Row; Kenneth Brooks, Woync Brown, Ricardo Brooks, James Bowen, William Altizer. Second Row: Steve Brcckcns, Anthony Brown, Robert Bogie, Lowrcncc Botes, Musco
Boulworc, Jomcs Bougie. Mr. Ashley. Third Row: Williom Baer Douglos Bowen, George Baber, Williom Bain, Dominique Bergeron, Lorry Andrews.
72TED LEWIS Secretory
THE HARDWORKING FRESHMAN Closs sponsors, Mr . Moreland end Miss Donielson, discuss this year's activities.
GWENDOLYN CONTEE Treosurer
HOMEROOM 125—First Row. Potricia Fickingcr. Dorothy Fisher, Jockie Ferguson. Second Row: Miss Reid, Kothy Greenspon, Cynthic Frere, Bonnie Grimsley, Betty Gutridge, Rosemory Hanna. Third Row: Deborah Gorrett, Sondy Ginn, Dionne Gibson, Beatrice Gilbert,
Undo Harris, Brendo Goincs. Fourth Row: Dionne Frceor, Jan Ginn, Brenda Harris, Lauren Funn. Mary Grimes, Margaret Gross, Brendo Gollodoy, Patty Grotto.
73-OmEROC -' 32-—Fir»t Row: Karen Creddock, Elccnor Cross, Linda Donovon. Agnes Downey, Denise Deovers, Cothy Cromer. Second Row: N -c trewsky, Linda Dodson, Carol Dompier, Nancy Cox,
Helen Donaldson, Ann Dulin, Mrs. Fleming. Third Row: Sylvio Dioz, Phyllis Enders, Jackie Dixon, Ilona Downey, Karen Dovis, Bonnie Constantino, Nancy Cox.
HOMEROOM 133—First Row; Vickie Block Patricia Byers. Helen Bcker Second Row: Mrs. Jones, Becky Hill, Jcckie Burcham Dolores Annis. Bcnme Barefoot, Gwendolyn Contee, Deborah Arnold Third Row: Carol Buchonon, Karen Davis, Gloria Callchan, FronciS Bowen,
Ellc Bowen Florence Callahcn Julia Behrens, Judith Beall. Fourth Row: L ndc Bo?es, Sandy Bowling. Eloine Cooper, Coriette Costle, Linda Ccrfer, D«cnne Allen, Marilyn Baxter, Linda Conner, Rose-mo ry Burgess
74HOMEROOM 138—First Row: Pleos Eoton, Mourice Diggs, Lloyd Row: Wendell Evons, Gregory Edwards, Ronald Donovon, James
Diggs, Joseph Dewberry. Second Row: Ston Gordon, Poyc Ferguson, Fisher, Nelson Fields, Roymond Durrett, Ronald Evons
8orry Galer, Daniel Gordiner, Williard Elmore, Mrs. Alatis. Third
HOMEROOM 143— First Row: Jano Hernandes, Linda Huhn, Marilyn Hughort. Second Row: Miss Anne Tbomos, Elaine Jcssce, Claudio Hoyncs, Lmdo K. Hutchison, Rebecca Hill, Suionnc Jackson Third Row: Carolyn Hording, Jonilyn Johns, Joy Hodges, Peggy Joiner, Jo
Anne Hughes, Sandro Hill, Ethel Johnson. Fourth Row; Bcrbcr-Hughes, Jocquielyn Hudson, Sheila Hill, Elizobeth Hunter Corn ' Hensley, Ramona Hollins, Golc Jennings, Linda Hutchison
75—Fir t Row: Mory Smith, laurel Secord. Don no
-mere. Ellen Robertson, Mildred Sounders. Second Row: re.e'.y Smith. Carolyn Rhodes, Bobbie Smith, Kothy Schlog,
Debbie Soboleski, Eloine Shifflett, Sue Raison, Mrs. Whitfield. Third Row: Nancy Smith, Kotrina Schnetzlcr, Dcnicc Scott, Jonct Shifflett, Debbie Russell, Vtrginio Smith, Joyce Shifflett, Rosemorie Sirbert.
HIGH SCHOOL, A NEW PHASE OF LIFE
HOMEROOM 230—First Row; Tom Wotson, Ecrl Worrell. John Wr -•'.r Second Row: Miss Watson, Sovoy Terrell, Thomcs Wmbush, Robert Toyler. Robert Lewis Taylor, Grady Toylor. Third Row: Cher es Wilkins, Zero Wells, Rcnn Williomscn, Milton Wecver,
Spencer Troy, Will Topscott, Gordon Trueman. Fourth Row: Lee Tcbor, Rolph Wonzer, Don Vcrney, John Swisher, James Williams, Rozier Wair, Felix Wilkins, Don Trimble.
76HOMEROOM 236—First Row: Undo Meyer, Sondro Milburn, Con-Stoncc Munezenski. Second Row: Helen Monkin, Rose Mory Mortelli, Rose Mary Orsini, Goil Melvin, Laura Patten, Mrs. Von Ormon. Third Row: Patty Ottens, Ruth Mills, Paulette Marshall, Albertha
Mitchell, Jonice Porks, Beaky Peck, Cynthio Pearson. Fourth Row: Christine Murphy, Mortho Moron, Patricio Miller, Mory Morshc Lindo Poland, Kelly Mocklin, Rita Petty, Cheryl Mogner.
HOMEROOM 240—First Row: Frank Coininsky, Jomes Bryson, Steve Coscy, George Compton. Second Row: William Cox, Michael Burton, Keith Butler, Anthony Colbert. Third Row: Miss Danielson, Odell
Corter, Keith Cross. Stephen Borns, George Biefono, James Chef' n Lowrencc Dean
77HOMEROOM 244—First Row; Dicnrc Keller, Mory Jcnes. Wondo LeMoy, Pet Kelley, Debbie Loinbeth, Korel Kidweil. Second Row: Sylvio Luces, Margcret Lomox, Andrea Kyle, Patricia Lewis, Keren
Lea, Susan Loy, Lynn Jennier, Mrs, Wolker. Third Row: Inez Jones, Christine Liggio, Betty Lorsen, Nancy King, Beatrice Lloyd, Annie McKiver, Dele Jones, Chcntel Kwiotkowski, Victoria Lukos.
HOMEROOM 320—First Row: Mr. Jenkins, Roger Mickey, Robert gomcry, Vincent Manni, Gory McDaniel, Kenneth McKnight Third
McK een, Herbert Mundoy, Williom Lowry, Jimmy Mercer. Second Row: Andrew Murphy, Leo Moore, Lawrence Nolls, David Myrick,
Row: Dennis Lumpkin, Bot Miles, Nolcomic Wotson, Gerald Mont- John Monno, Thomas McCloy, James Moton, Von Neely.
78HOMEROOM 325—First Row: Margaret Swisher, Joonn Stockey, Joyce Stamper, Rhcndo Watkin, Shirley Terry, Barbara Tobor, Miss Whittaker. Second Row: Cathy Stevens, Linda West, Dicno Ulbright, Pat Wuhop, Pot Strickland, Alcosc Turner, Brenda Thomas. Third
Row: Janice Spangler, Phyllis Schectcr, Jane Tillerson, Shirley Stafford, Gloria Stncklcnd, Geraldine Stewart, Ursulo Tietz, Margaret Trittipoe.
HOMEROOM 332—First Row: Mrs. Moreland, Willard Smith, Chorles Ronald Settle, Ivan Stewart, Melvin Shrader, Rtchcrd S skc. Rtpe"
Russ, David Sanders. Second Row: James Sorver, Melvin Shrader, Roy, Paul Scoffido.
Lowrcncc Roush, Allen Schiattcreggio, John Shain. Third Row;
79HOMEROOM 342—First Row: Kenneth N ck'e, Edward Sweeney, Tom Fcrcr, James Maness, Mrs. Danford. Second Row: Mormon 3erry, Richord Juarez, Donald Green, Robert Gcchencur, A on Jen-
Third Row; Theodore Lewis, Donald Rose, James Holey, Harold
Demers, Floyd Miller, Bricn Powell.
-OM5ROCM S-IA—First Row: Miss McDonold, Donicl Riley, Sfonley Rhine, Williom Riners. Third Row: George Price, Erwin Phillips,
•e chenbock Mike Penn, Gregory Randoll. Second Row: Joe Rice, Theodore Patterson, Thom Perkins, Don Roberts, Corroll Potter,
F-eo Peterson, Jeff Porker, Denny Roach, Edmord Roineberger, Robert Walter Parker, Rocco Rinaldi.
80FRESHMEN DEVELOP SELF-CONFIDENCE
HOMEROOM S-1B—First Row; Luz Ibarro, Olcotho Everett, Darlene Hobron, Reggie Gore Second Row: Vickie White, Undo Dixie, Betty Wooten, Brenda Young, Gornette Smoll, Louren Crowford, Carolyn Rogers. Third Row: Bobbye Williams, Judy Osborne, Kathy Whcatly,
Dora Quintero, Froncine Lewis, Connie Belk, Sandy Johnson ac Russel, Mrs. Woods Fourth Row: Dano Salyers. Peggy Wooifrev Lynn Tesh, Morgaret Unferbrink, Barbara White. Franc e Woodc'C Connie Lambert, Lindo Johnson, Elizabeth Wilson, Ella Cepe and
HOMEROOM S-2—First Row: Mr. Hollis, Roderick Jones, Fredrick Jones, Fred Kicth, Craig Lawson, Jim Lee. Second Row: Gcofee Kelley, Arthur Johnson, Roy Kitts. Lee Johnson, Stanley Jones,
Thomos Kolb, Bob Knouse. Third Row: David Jones Wayne Lc-b Gory Jenkins, Dove Knichel, James Lawrence, Jc - K:r_
Koros.U VEROOM S-9—First Row: Cowoll Holl, Theodore Hoppe. Stephen Howard. Second Row: Richcrd Hudson, Roland Hutchinson, Lee Hooks, Stephen Hutchinson, Gerald Hcmmersly, Roger Hovcrmald Third Row; Lonny Head, William Hunnicut, Corl Hatton, Rclor.d
Jimenez, Thomos Jcckson, William Hutchinson, Mr. Grove. Fourth Row: John Hubcck, Tom Hurst, Den Hordester, Chris Hornbock, Rob Griffith, Richcrd Hughes, Lester Groves, Rob Hoynes.
"LAST NAME FIRST end ptecse print," ore the instructions of this homeroom teccher, os her doss fills out one of the mony forms given the freshmen.
THE PRESIDENT OF G. W.'s SCA, Susan Griffin, welcomes the freshman closs on their first doy ond exploits some of the responsibilities of the student body.
82G. W. FROSH SHOW THEIR ENTHUSIASM
"4 ... 5 ... 6 ... DO YOU REALIZE thot there ore 30 steps in front of G. W ? Dickie Juorez odds, os he Icoves offer o tiring dey
DURING The YEAR, freshmon students find themselves seeking volucble edvice from their counselor, Mr Thurmond. Cindy Frere, Borry Goler, and Cofhy Cromer l.sten intently os their programs are explained to them.
"BUT A SENIOR told me that this wos the freshmen elevotor to the fourth floor," soys Linda Botes in o confused tone.Mr. Padgett Advijor
Ginnie Dombroski Faculty
84Audrey Kiser FoculJy
w5| PENELOPE ALATIS: Ohio Northern University; Youngstown University, A S Degree The Ohio Stofc University.
0sO‘rmor H: S'ng—EAA; Welfare—EAA; Treasurer—English Teachers Asso-: :• : n, s Vc Bus ness and Profcss onol Women's Club; Vo. Association of Teachers of Engi.sh. NCTE, Modern Language Association.
MRS ELIZABETH ALLPORT: College of Williom ond Mary; B.S. Degree, Coleg ote Professional.
MRS ERNESTINE ALLPORT: Madison College, B.S., M A ; University of Vir-5 - a C: ege of William ond Mary; George Washington University; Mory
Wash ngton Collcge.
...CS ATHERINE APPERSON: College of William ond Mory, B A., Collcg.otc p-;tesi :no’. University of Virgmio, M.A. in mothcmotics, post groduote cer-t f cate
. Remembrance Committco; Co-sponsor, Senior Closs; Student Awards;
Schedu e Committee.
s R WILLIAM ASHLEY:Gordncr Webb Junior College, A.A.; Appalachian
Stote, B.S.; V.O.T. Club Sponsor; P.T.A. Secretory.
vR. ROBERT BADEN: Florida State University, B.M.
s R JAMES BADOLATO: Eostmon School of Music, B.M; New England Conservatory, M.M.; Catholic University, completing Ph.D.
MISS KATHERINE BAUGH: University of Missouri, M.A. in History.
Sponsor, World Events Club; State Committee for the Revision of U. S. History
Course of Study.
MR. WILLIAM BLAIR: Wayne Stote University, B.S.
Mcncgrom Club Sponsor.
MR MEREDITH BOYD: Shepherd College. B.A. in Secondary Education. Head Track Coach; Assistant Foctboll Coach.
MRS. NINA BURDETTE: Radford Stole Teochers, B S.
COL. CHESTER BUSH: University of Vermont, A.B.; Horvord University, M A. Lotin Club Sponsor.
MR. ROBERT 8UTTERMARK Rutgers Univcrsity.B A ; B ccks?:ne CCege of Low, L.L.B.; American University, M.Ed.
MISS KATHRYN CHAVIS: Loyola University of New Or eons. B.A n Eng sh Intern teacher for University of Vo., M.Ed. Progrcm.
MR ARTHUR CHRISTIANSEN: George Washington University, A.B.. in Social
MRS. JUNE CLARKE: College of Williom ond Mory. AB. Sp;nscr, Cheerleaders.
MISS BETTY COE: Madison College, B.S.
F8LA Co-sponsor; School Bank.
MISS ELEANOR CURRIN: Longwood College; B.S.; George Wash ngton University, M.A. „
Sponsor, Quill and Palm Notional Honor Society; Chairman, Focutty Council; Reporter, EAA Bulletin.
MRS. SYLVIA DANFORD: Troy State College, 8.S., Art, English.
MISS LINDA DANIELSON: Furmon University, B.A.. English;
Freshman Closs Sponsor.
MRS. DeMELFI; Bloomsburg Stote College, B.S. in Business Education.
MR CHARLES DRURY: Oswego State Teochers; George Washington University;
Vocotionol Education. , , . ... e.
EAA Representative Council; Schedule Committee; Head of Industrial Education Deportment.
MR GEORGE EFTHEMAS: Marshall ond West Liberty Stote. A.B., 8iology ond
Cpcch ng Staff.
MRS. MARJORIE EMM: Nebraska Stote College, A.8.; University of Wisconsin, M.A ; Syracuse University, graduate study; Montana Stote University, NDEA Institute, Certificate in German.
German Club Sponsor.
MR. CLAY ESTES: Bethel College, B.A.; Memphis State University, M.A.
MRS. LINDA FLEMING: Brigham Young University, B.S.
Head, Home Economics Department.
MR. RALPH FOX: Kent State University, 8.S. Education.
Varsity Wrestling Coach; J.V. Football Coach; Monogram Club Sponsor.
MR. ROBERT GARNER: Randolph Macon College, A.B.; George Washington; University of Vo.; Amcricon University, M.E.
MRS. ELIZABETH GENUNG: Longwood College, B.S.; University of Vo.; George Washington University.
Fcculty Remembrance Committee.
MRS. MARIE GILMORE: Syracuse University. B.S. in Business Education ond Secretcriol Sc-cnce, Collegiate Professional.
MR. DENNIS GOLLADAY: Madison College, B.S.
MISS ALBERTA GRANT Birmingham-Southern College, A.B.; University of A ebamo, M A.; Columbia University; Universdc Lovol; Sorbonne; University
Sponsor, French Cub ond French Honor Society; City Choirmon of Modern Language Departments.
MR. DEUCALION GREGORY: SCA; Faculty Council; Awards Committee.
MR. GEORGE GROVE: Millersvillc State Teachers, B $ , Collegiate Professional.
MR. A. GUEVARA: Texos A M University, B.S.
MISS EUNICE GUILL: University of Virginio, B.S., Certificate of Library Science.
MISS ISABELLE HALL: Ohio Stote University, B A.. B.S., M.A.
Sponsor, Spanish Honor Society; Co-sponsor Junior Class.
MISS SANDRA HAMMER: Modison College, B.S.
MRS. SALLY HARPER: Queens College, B.A in Education; University of
North Corolma; Eton College.
MR WILBERT HARRIS: V.rg.nio Stote College, B.S.
Assistant Sponsor. ICT Club; Superintendent’s Advisory Council.
MISS MARY HATWOOD: Virginio Stote College. B.S. in Business Ed. Secretory, Faculty Council.
MRS. JOAN HENDERSON: Cotawba College, A B.
MRS. NANCY HENRY; Madison College, B.S.; University of Virginio; University of Delaware.
MR. BERNARD HERROD: Sotcm College, A.B.; West Virginia University, M A.;
Chorlcs C. Community College.
MR, WILLIAM HILLMAN: Emory ond Henry, A.B.
Schedule Committee; Hcod, Science Deportment.
MR. THOMAS HOLLIS: Ohio Stote University, B.S. in Education, M.A. in Education.
MRS. WAPELLA HOUCHINS: W. Virginio Institute of Technology, B.S.; Duke University.
COMPASS Ad Staff; Faculty Council; Senior Closs Sponsor; Student Awards Committee.
MRS. DORIS HUME: Simmons University, College of Library Science, B.S. Dobotc Sponsor.
MR. BOB JENKINS: Clinch Valley College; East Tennessee Stote University, B S., M.A ; Northern Vo. Extension of University of Vo.
Faculty Advisory Committee; Building Representative, EAA.FURTHER FACTS
MRS LOREE JOHNSON: Livingstone College. 8.S.
MR FRANK KAPRIVA: Woke Forest, B.S.; Amcricon University; George Wcsh ngton University.
Cty-wde Choirmon, Science; 8uildmg Representotive; Assembly Com.
MR. JOHN KERSCHBAUM: Hirom College. Amencon University, School of Government ond Public Admmistrotion, B A. in Government.
Co-sponsor, World Events Club.
MRS. DOROTHY KEY: Howord University. B A.
MISS JOYCE LIGGETT: Mary Washington, B A FTA Sponsor, French Honor Society Co-sponsor
MRS. CLARICE LYNN: University of Colorodo, B.A.; University of towo, M A.; Georgetown University.
Spanish Club Sponsor.
MRS. LILLIAN SANGER: Bloomsburg Stole Teochers College. B.S. in Education; Temple University; University of Virginio Extension; American University. School Store Sponsor.
MRS. MARY SEAY: University of Virginio, B.S. in Education.
MR LOUIS SCHREINER: Roonoke College, B.S., Collegiote Professional. Athletics Equipment Monoger.
MR WILLIAM SHARP: Marshall University, B.A. in Music Education. Orchcstro.
MRS. MERCEDES SIMPSON: Goucher College; Beloit College, A B.
Red Cross Club Sponsor; Representative Council, EAA.
MR STEVE SIX: Illinois College; MocMurroy College for Men, A B., Northwestern University; University of Maryland; George Washington University. Co-sponsor Sophomoro Class.
MR CHARLES McCLURG: University of Kentucky, A.8.; George Washington
MiSS JACQUELIN MCDONALD: Limestone College, B A., English.
Sponsor of SURVEYOR, LITTLE HATCHET, ond Qu.ll and Scroll.
MR. RALPH McGiRK: Sh ppensburg State College, B.S., Education.
Ass stent coach, Freshmon football.
viSS mary McKinney fn vers ty of v.rg mo, 8.S.; New York University, MS
Sponsor. S«nwr» C CSS
MISS Tr Ei_MA VADOOX Logwood Co ege Un ve-s ty of V.rg n a. B A . m a ;
Mary West Cc fjt L-.t'S.t, ;• :-0
Fee-ty AS• scry C0u«C . S-0 ' Adv SCry Council
MR FLOYD MASON L- .f'l ty Of v.rg - a. M Ed Voco nO-sV s C -Os Of America. Gw Cnopter.
MRS Blanche MEADOWS: Mod son College, Lynchburg College, Collegiate Protest cnol; L-n.ve'Sity of V.rg.na.
Cred t Un ;n Representative; Public Speaking Forensic Sponsor; Creative wr ting Book Sponsor; Contest, oral end written. Sponsor.
MR. BENTON MILES: Sponsor, DE Club; Choirmon, Cop ond Gown Com.
MRS. EVELYN MONROE: Mary Washington College, B.S., Collegiote Professional.
Cop ond Gowns.
MRS. MARY MORELAND: Eost Stroudsbury; University of Virginio, 8.S., American University.
Sponsor, Freshmon Class; Commencement Supervisor; EAA Building Rep.
MR. CHARLES MOSSON: Ball State University, B.S.
MR. GEORGE MUSE: Americon University; Eost Corolmo College, A.B., Gcncrol Business Administration,
D E C A.
MR ROGER PADGETT: Madison, B.S. in Education; University of Virginio, M.Ed.
Choirmon EAA Faculty Representatives; Advisor, COMPASS; City Choirmon, English; Chairman, Professional Rights ond Responsibilities Committee of the EAA.
MISS GRACE PATCH: Richmond Teachers School; Richmond University; University of Virginio; Mary Wosh ngton, B.S , Collegiote Professional; Dolly Madison; Extension closses. Univers ty of Virginio.
AFS Committee, Co-sponsor; Committee Supervision 242 Areo; Delegate to VEA.
MR. ERWIN PRICKETT: Foirmcnt State, B.S.
Co-sponsor, Junior Class.
MISS JOSEPHINE RASCOE University of Arkonsos, B.A.; University of Colorodo, M A.; Lavol U.. 8-hr. Certificate in French Thespions; Dromo Club Sponsor.
MISS GAIL REID: Eost Tennessee Stcte University, B.S.
Co-sponsor, Freshmen Cheerleaders
MR HARRY RlCER: Fairmont State College. A B. in Education.
MR RICHARD RICHARDSON: West Chester Sfote College. B S., Health ond Phyneol Education.
Gymnostics Intromurals; Gymnoshcs Team Sponsor.
MISS MABEL SMITH: W. Virgmio Stotc College, B.S.; University of Michigan, M A in Education.
MRS. WATKINS SMITH: Duke University; Mary Washington, B.S.; New York University, M A.
Department Hcod; Sponsor, FBLA; Parliamentarian, EAA; Choirmon, Civic Responsibility Committee, Faculty Representative, EAA,
MISS SYLVIA SOMERS: Longwood College; Duke University, B.S.
Forensic Ccoch.Proie ond Poetry Reading.
MR. JONATHAN SOUTH: University of Pennsylvania, B.A., MS. Secondary
Bbc Club Sponsor; Folk Music Club Sponsor; Senior Closs Sponsor.
MRS PATRICIA STAATS: Shepherd College, B.A., George Washington University, B.S.
Pep Committee Sponsor; Sponsor Grounds Committee; Co-sponsor of Student Council; Director, Senior Closs Play; Chairman, Senior Rules Committee
MISS VIRGINIA STARKEY: Rodford College, 8.S.; George Washington Uni-versify, M.A.
MRS, KAREN SUSMAN: University of Texas, B.A.; University of Arizcno; Un -versify of Mexico.
MRS. SHARON TATE: University of Georgia, B.S.H.E.
MISS ANNE THOMAS: University of North Corolino, B.S.P.E.
Co-sponsor, GAA; Co-sponsor, Girls' Intromurals.
MR. ARNOLD THURMOND: Hompton Institute, B.S.; Wayne Stote Univers ty, M.Ed.
MR. EUGENE TRUITT: Pon Amcricon College, B.H.; University of Texes; College of William ond Mory; University of Virginio, M.Ed,
Business Monogcr COMPASS; EAA President.
COL. E. G. VAN ORMAN: University of Illinois, B.S.; George Wash ngten University, A.M.
MRS. MARY VAN ORMAN: Superintendents Advisory Council.
Co-choirmon, American Education Week.
COL. STANLEY VOSPER: GW Representative for Alexandria City Sc ence end Moth Fair.
MRS. LORA WALKER: George Washington University, BA
MISS ELEANOR WATSON: West Virginio University. A.B. in Biology.
Faculty Council Member.
MRS. DARLEEN WHITFIELD: Old Dominion College, B.S. in Psychology; Rod-ford College.
Sponsor, Freshmon Cheerleaders.
MISS LULA WHITTAKER: College of Williom and Mory; Mory Wosh ngt:n College, B.A.
Sponsor, Astronomy Club.
MRS. BAR8ARA WOOOS: Mary Washington, B.A. in Health, Recreation, end Physical Education.
MR. THOMAS WRISTON: West Virginia Wesleyan College, B.S.; West V rg n o University, M S.; Physical Education.
Cooch, Vorsity Bosket ball,
MR. ROBERT YEAGER: West Chester Stote College, B.S.
87DOWNTOWN OFFICE SETS EDUCATIONAL PACE
MR RAYMOND SANGER DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT
DR. JOHN ALBOHM SUPERINTENDENT OF ALEXANDRIA CITY SCHOOLS
MR. L. LINTON DECK, JR. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT
First Row: Mr. Herbert Eorly, Mr. James Donovon. Second Row: Mr. Norman Schrott, Mr. Ferdinand Day. Third Row: Mr. Frank Luckett, Mr. Robert Wood. Fourth Row: Mr. Gorman Ridgely, School
Board Choirmon; Mrs. D. E. Kerbcl, School Board Vice-Chairman; Mrs. Robert Lond.MR. ROBERT W. GARNER PRINCIPAL
MR STEPHEN F. OSISEK ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
In coordination with the Alexandria School Board's plans for a more diverse curriculum and a deeper insight into subject matter, our faculty this year did a job of renovating old ideas ond incorporating new ones never before equaled in the history of George Washington High School. A large number of new teachers and the frequent visits of specialists in various fields added much to our ever-expanding learning
processes. With the aid of an army of new machines and teaching devices, exciting areas of study were made available to our student body.
Assisted by Mr. Osisek, veteran of two years, newly appointed Mr. Williams, and Mrs. Tolbert, a "returnee", Mr. Garner guided faculty and student body through another successful year.
MRS. JOSEPHINE R. TOLBERT ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
MR. HOMER G. WILLIAMS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
89MRS. ISABEL BOSWELL MRS. TIJUANNA GRAY
MRS. MARY LUNCEFORD TREASURER
MRS. ELIZABETH McLANE SECRETARY
MRS. EMILY TRIVETT SECRETARY
MRS. LETA WICKLINE SECRETARY
MRS. MARGARET BIBB ATTENDANCE OFFICE
MRS. GERALDINE WORDEN ATTENDANCE OFFICE
MRS. ERNESTINE ALLPORT GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
MR. ROBERT BUTTERMARK GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT HEAD
MISS MABEL SMITH GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
MISS VIRGINIA STARKEY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
MR. ARNOLD THURMOND GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
FACULTY FOSTERS EDUCATIONAL
MRS. VIRGINIA CARR NURSEMRS. ELIZABETH ALLPORT Algebro II, Geometry I, General Mothematicj.
MRS PENELOPE ALATIS English I.
MRS KATHERINE APPERSON Heed of Math Department, Fused Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, Mathematics III.
MR. WILLIAM ASHLEY
V. 0. T.
MR. ROBERT BADEN Band, Marching Band.
MR. JAMES BADOLATO
MISS KATHERYNE E BAUGH Heed of Social Studies Depcrtment, U. S. end Virginia History.
MR. WILLIAM BLAIR Physlcol Education, Driver Education.
92MR. MEREDITH BOYD MRS. BURDETTE
Physicol Education. English IV.
COLONEL CHESTER BUSH Latin I, II and III.
MISS MARY CHAVIS English I.
MR. ARTHUR CHRISTIANSEN World History.
MRS. JUNE CLARKE Physical Education.
MISS BETTY COE Shorthand I, Bookkeeping I and II.
MISS ELEANOR CURRIN English III.
93MRS. SYLVIA DANFORD Art I and II, Crafts.
MISS LINDA DANIELSON English I, Humanities.
MRS. SUSAN DeMELFI Shorthond II, Typing I ond II.
MR. CHARLES DRURY Printing.
MR. GEORGE EFTHEMAS Earth Science.
MRS. MARJORIE EMM German I, II and III, Humcnities.
MR. CLAY ESTES
MRS. LINDA FLEMING Hcmcmoking I and II, Boys' Home Economics.
MR. RALPH FOX Physical Educotion.
MRS ELIZABETH GENUNG Algebra I, Mothemotics I.
94MRS. MARIE GILMORE Generol Business, Typing I and II.
MR. DENNIS GOLLADAY English II.
MISS ALBERTA GRANT Head of Longucgc Deportment, French I, III, IV ond V.
MR. DEUCALION GREGORY Heod of English Deportment English IV, English IV Advanced Placement.
MR. GEORGE GROVE Wood I, II, III and IV.
MR. AIVARO GUEVARA Spanish I.
MISS EUNICE GUILL English II, English II Advanced Placement.
MISS ISABELLE HALL Spanish I, II, III and IV
MISS SANDRA HAMMER Business Law, Shorthand I, Typing I.
MRS. SALLY HARPER Physicol Education, C oss Rocm Driver's Education, First Aid
95MR WILBERT HARRIS I. C. T.
MISS MARY HATWOOD Clerical Office Practice, General Business.
MRS. JOAN ANN HENDERSON Typing I ond II.
MRS. NANCY HENRY Recordkeeping, Shorthand I, Typing I.
MR. BERNARD HERROD
Mothemotics I, Algebra I.
MR. WILLIAM HILLMAN Head of Science Deportment, Chemistry.
MR. THOMAS HOLLIS MRS. WAPPELLA HOUCHINS
Mechanical Drawing, SMSG I ond II, Mothemotics I.
MRS. DORIS HUME English I ond II.
MR. BOBBY JENKINS Modern Mothcmatics, Bosic Molhemotics, Plonc Geometry.
MRS. LOREE JOHNSON Typing I, Recordkeeping.
MR. FRANK KAPRIVA
MR. JOHN KERSCHBAUM U. S. ond Vo. History.
MISS JOYCE LIGGETT French II ond III.
MRS. CLARICE LYNN Sponish I and II.
MR. CHARLES McCLURG U. S ond Vo. Govemrrerr
m ss jacquelin McDonald
Jcurnolism, Englis-h I.
MR. RALPH McGlRK Business Mothemotics, Gencrol Business.
miss mary McKinney miss thelma maddox
English II. Algebra, Geometry.
MR FLOYD MASON I. C. T.
MRS BLANCHE MEADOWS English IV.
MR. 3ENTON MILES D. E II and III.
MRS EVELYN MONROE Mathematics, A!get rc I ond II.
MRS MARY MORELAND
MR. CHARLES MOSSON Art.
98MR. GEORGE MUSE D. E. II.
MR. ROGER PADGETT English IV.
MISS GRACE PATCH U. S. and Vo. Government.
MR. ERWIN PRICKETT Metals I end II, Generol Shop I, Power Mechanics I.
v Si ,CSc‘- Ne RASCCE x eec“ 2-=- c zy sh II. 5oe c“ z- ; ish
MISS GAIL REID English, .Mathematics, Sceicl Studies, Enrichment.
MR. HARRY RICER MR. RICHARD RICHARDSON
Electricity I, II and III. Physical Education.
99MRS LILLIAN SANGER Solid Geometry,
Fused Geometry, Mothemotics I.
MR. LOUIS SCHREINER U. S. ond Vo. Government.
MR WILLIAM SHARP MRS. MERCEDES SIMPSON
Advonced Orchestro. U. S. ond Vo. Government,
MR. STEVE SIX Occupotions ond Careers, Psychology, World History.
MRS. WATKINS SMITH Office Training, General Business.
MISS SYLVIA SOMERS MR. JONATHAN SOUTH
English III. Physics. Biology.
100v-s patr c a
£- ; v src II
MRS. KAREN SUSMAN Developmental English, Developmental Social Studies, World Geogrophy.
• SS SHARON TATE MISS PHYLLIS TAYLOR
- —« Eccrior ics and II, U. S. and Virginio History.
MR. EUGENE TRUITT Moth Analysis, Geometry, Mathematics I.
MISS ANNE THOMAS Physical Education.
COLONEL E. G. VAN ORMAN World Geography.
MRS. MARY VAN ORMAN World Geogrophy.
101MRS. LORA WALKER American History, Geography.
COLONEL STANLEY VOSPER Biology.
MISS ELEANOR WATSON
MRS. DARLEEN WHITFIELD Developmentol Mathcmotics, Developmental Science, Biology.
MISS LULA WHITTAKER General Science.
MRS. BARBARA WOODS Physical Education.
MR. THOMAS WRISTON Physical Education.
MR. ROBERT YEAGER U. S. ond Va. History.
102103MRS REBA AXELSON CENTRAL BOOKROOM
MRS. ELEANOR HARVEY CENTRAL BOOKROOM
MRS. ELEANOR McGHEE MR. ARCHER MILLICAN
CENTRAL BOOKROOM BOOKROOM
MRS. DORCAS DRURY LIBRARIAN
MRS. DOROTHY KEY LIBRARIAN
MRS. MARY SEAY LIBRARIAN
104MRS. ETHEL WELLS Dietician.
MRS. MARY WHEELER Head Cashier.
MR. GEORGE SPARKS Building Stoff Superintendent.
105Eulo Tcosdolc Activities
Jon Yeung Activities
Suellen Ridgely Co-Editor
Suson Wheoton Activities
wAACTIVITIESPROGRESSIVE YEAR FOR STUDENT LEADERS
SC SAN GRIFFIN President
NICK LAMPSHIRE First Vice-President
CATHY FULWILER Second Vice-President
PEGGY CORSO Secretary-T reesurer
V.R GREGORY, SC A sponsor, discusses on issue ot hand with members of the executive
Student government has always been an essential part of student life and this year proved no exception. The executive committee, which meets at sixth period, has been responsible for putting out the student directories, running the book store and drawing up the school colendor. Members of this committee represented GW at the SCA Conference held at George Mason. Throughout the year the SCA also sponsors dances to raise money.
WHAT LOOKS LIKE on ecsy chore is c never-eneing battle with cord-boerd end string for these student leeders.CRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES — First Row: Alton Jenkins, Kothy Greenspan, Debro Russell, Corol Buchonan. Second Row: Wondo LeMay, Gornctte Small, Ellen Robertson, Elaine Jessee, Linda Meyer, Joann Storkey, Margaret Swisher, Terry Cox, Andrew Diggs. Third Row: Craig Lawson, Brion Powell, Kelly Mocklin, Jon Ginn, Rozier Woir, Dole Jones, Julie Behrens, Ronnie Settle, 8orboro Hughes, Zero Wells.
SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: Roxonn Ontko, Peggy Payne, Pot Tyler, Noncy Cossidy, Gloria Isler, Suzonne Miller, James Hossmer
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Bill Turn-er, Susan Sanders, Cathy Fulwilcr, Peggy Corso (kneeling), Susan Griffin, Nick Lompshire, Korcn Kendrick (kneeling), Betty Nixon, Hilton Settle, Jocky Bernier.
JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES — First Row: Janell Hording, Janet Stondlcy, Madge Krebbs Second Row: Alice Hudgins, Gail Dillenger, ,3mic Barry, Will Kearney.
SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES — First Row: Jan Young, Suscn Wheoton. Stef Anmcchiarico. Second Row: Brent Hill, Audrey Kiser, Sharon Duncan, Pet Lunceford. Third Row: Jake McLoughlm. Dane Petit, Bob Hicks, Mike Kentes.
Under the leadership of its chairmen, Cathy Fulwiler, and co-chairman Sue Ridgely, and with the direction of Mrs Stoats, the Pep Committee has done much to build school spirit at G W. Homecoming plans, pep rallies, and pep tag sales were among its mcny activities.
The Grounds Committee has been responsible for suggesting methods of keeping the school and grounds clecn. Ginger Fulwiler, chairman, has headed the committee's efforts this year.
This year the American Field Service committee held a walking tour of Alexandria followed by a tea for all exchange students in the area. They also attended a tea with members of the A exandrio AFS Club.
GROUNDS COMMITTEE: Mary Callohon, Rosemary Horgon, Shcilo Foote, Ginger Fulwiler, Debbie Wilson, Jane Fox, Ruth Salzinger and Jane Coleman.
A.F.S. COMMITTEE: Eloino Fromm, Nick Lamp-shire, Ginny Dombroski and Solly Akers.SCHOLARS ADMITTED TO HONOR SOCIETY
JACKY BERNIER CHRIS CONLON VIRGINIA DOMBROSKI
MISS CURRIN, THE sponsor, and Nick Lompshire consult the ;:ub bond book.
QUILL AND PALM
To be o member of Quill ond Polm, the National Honor Society, one must present characteristics of leadership, scholarship, character, and responsibility. Each year the Quill and Palm holds a bake sole for the faculty and uses the proceeds toward a scholarship for an outstanding member. New members from the junior class are initiated in early spring.
SCOOTER HUSBANDS NICK LAMPSHIRE JACK PEELE
DRUCILLA PETTEY SUELLEN RIDGELY
JON RUSKIN KATHLEEN SCHILLING ROSE MARIE TESSIER
SUSAN WHEATON JAN YOUNG
111SOCIETY HONORS LITERARY STUDENTS
QUILL AND SCROLL
The Nationol Honor Society for High School Journalists, Quill and Scroll, initiates those persons who have shown outstanding leadership in working on ore of GW's three publications and have maintained c 2 8 average. Editing and publishing The Last Will and Testament is the main responsibility of Quill and Scroll.
MISS McDONALD, THE club sponsor, looks on os Stef Boci peruses on old Will ond Testament.
DRUCILLA PETTEY AND Rose-Morie Tessier censor o senior will before the finol typing.
STEF BOAZ VIRGINIA DOMBROSKI
ELAINA FROMM AUDREY KISER NICK LAMPSHIRE
MIKE McCONCHlE JACK PEELE DRUCILLA PETTEY
112MEMBERS: Rebecca Seccuro. Rose-Morie Tessier, Mory McConkey, Claudia Humphries, Drucilla Pettey, Ginnie Dombroski, Jomes Hossmer, Chris Conlon.
LANGUAGE SCHOLARS HAVE EVENTFUL YEAR
FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY
A new club has been formed this year with requ re• ments that present quite a challenge to G. W French students. To be eligible for membership to the Frenc Honor Society, o student must be studying French in the third, fourth, or fifth level, present o semester averoge of at least A- in French and B- in other subjects, and be in the top 10 per cent of oil those toking French. He must be of good moral character and have been at G. W. one year. To preserve the high quality of the club, memberships ore renewed every year. Their appropriate motto is "L'homme qui soit deux longues en vout deux."
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY
Membership in the Spanish Honor Society is o goal ottoined only by top Spanish scholars. To be occepted into this society, a student must hove at least o 3.5 overage in the course and hove taken ot least three semesters.
This year the society held scrabble gomes, in Spanish of course, among its members. At Christmas, they hod a party with the Spanish Club.
Right: Sandy Jennings muses over a Spanish poster. Below: Miss Hell, the club sponsor, relotes detoils of o Spanish doll to Peggy Corso.
MEMBERS: Diene Smith, Debbie Scott, Peggy Corso, Jock Pcele, Jonet Stendkr 5:-- -Botes, Colby Hatch.
113Jccky Bernier ond Suson Griffin renew summer leerning
Bob H cks, Jim Bums, Bert Dovid ond Scooter Husbonds were omeng
•hose selected to otterd.
"And do you remember . . .?" soys Oru Pettcy to Rosie Tcssicr.
STUDENTS LEARN THROUGH EXPERIENCE
Five girls and six boys were chosen from the junior class last year to go to Stote at Radford and William and Mary, respectively. There they learned firsthand the intricacies of democracy by participating in a mock government.
Nick Lompshirc ond Jock Pcclc try to ovoid autograph seekers by posing os statues
114PREXIES DISPLAY WIDE KNOWLEDGE
IT'S ACADEMIC DEBATE CLUB
Every year three students are chosen to represent 3 W. on the television program, "It's Academic." These ::ntestants hove earned their places by first competing - rh other students selected by the faculty.
At the beginning of the school year, the debaters were given three resolutions which they researched and procticed under the guidance of Mrs. Hume, their sponsor. Midyear they were told the topic selected by the National Committee ond argued it with seven other teams in their district.
Representing G.W. were Nick Lompshire, Kothlccn Schilling ond Jcck Pccle.
DEB VTERS: Richard Juorcz, Joe Rice, Stefan Bonfiglio, Jock Peclc, Jon Ruskin, Scooter Husbcnds, Oc?c = S srror Mark Schilling and James Gordon ore obsent.
115Ccnnie Reomy is crowned GW's 1967 Homeccmmg Queen
Ccnnie illustrotes her school spirit os she signs the victory scroll for the Edison gome.
LAUREN FUNNTEAM QUEENS "KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY”
FOR CATHY FULWILER. GW's Footboll Queen heppmess is c crc»n end o kiss from cc-coptoins Ronnie Lambert end Ronnie Borne tt.
THE HIGHLIGHT OF the W-L gome was the crowning of our basketball
queen. Ginger Fulwiler.
IMAGINE her surprise . . . !
JACK PEELE Editor-in-Chief
KIE CAMPBELL Sports Editor
AUDREY KISER Faculty Editor
SUELLEN RIDGELY Assistont Editor
CHRIS CONLON Typist
PAT LUNCEFORD Senior Closs Editor
MR. PADGETT Advisor
SONNY DeWALT Chief Photographer
MARIE PATRICK Junior Class Editor
MRS. HOUCHINS Ad Stoff Advisor
GINN IE DOMBROSKI Faculty Editor
MR. TRUITT Business Advisor
PIXIE GAINEY Activities Editor
BOB PATTERSON JOHN PUDDY
Assistant Photographer Sophomore Closs Editor
AD STAFF MEMBERS: Kneeling — Jackie Horowitz, Suzanne M ! cr. Standing — Theresa Jennings, Sandro Jennings, Dana Pettit, Sharon Bums, Martha Homed. Sitting — Sheila Foote, Choirman.
SUSAN WHEATON JAN YOUNG
Activities Editor Activities Editor
BUSINESS STAFF: Standing — Hilton Settle, Jacky Bernier, Dru-cillo Pettey. Sitting — Nick Lampshire.
120ANNUAL STAFF DEPICTS, CONTRIBUTES TO ACTION
"NOW ACCORDING TO Webster's Dictionary, ontidisestoblish-mentorianism means . . soys Chris Conlon os Ginnie Dombroski ond Jan Young look on.
Each staff member strives to create a realistic picture of the school year's activities. Frantic attempts to meet deadlines are a typical sight while calm, careful thinking are their backing. Each staff group (the Business Staff, Ad Staff, Main Staff) is part of a vost activity, designed to show the year's happenings. Is this enough? The answer is in every student's face when the annual comes out.
THE COMPASS STAFF struggles with the insurmountable tosk cf building their own abominable snowman.
"SUPERCALAFRAGAIISTICEXPIALADOCIOUS" soys Kie Campbell as Chris Conlon dozcdly ottempts to type his dictation.
"OUR YEARBOOK IS not to be esoteric, Mr Pee e" scys Mr Podgctt. "Unhuh."SURVEYOR DOING MISSION IMPOSSIBLE
STEF BOAZ Editor
STEFANIE ANNMCCHIARICO Feoture Page
MARY ANN BADER Editorial Page
BARBARA BEIDLEMAN Feature Page
LINDA COBLE Typist
SARA FLESHER Business Manager
KAREN KOZIOL MADGE KREBS MIKE McCONCHlE
Feoture Page Feoture Editor Sports Editor
CAROLYN POLK KATHY SCHILLING
WAYNE SETTLE Feature Pogc
BUTCH SMITH NORMA STANLEY OCTAVIA STANTON
Photogropher News Poge Feature Page
Keeping informed and getting a newspaper out were the bi-weekly tasks of the Surveyor staff and its advisor, Miss McDonald. They have performed admirably in spite of their "reluctant" typewriters. High spot of this year's paper was its lively editorial page — its articles and letters were products of an intelligent and interested student body.
"AND I BELIEVE in Superman, too!" remorks Rose-Maric Tcssier os George Monti explains his copy.
WANDA GRIFFIN Feature Poge
MIKE HARMAN Photogropher
WALTER SMALLING Editorial Poge Editor
GEORGE MONTI Editorial Page; Exchange Editor
JOHN SHIREY Assistant Sports Editor
DRUCILLA PETTEY News Editor
MARY ELLEN WOODLEY Typist
ROSE MARIE TESSIER News Poge
PAT LUNCEFORD Editor
STEF BOAZ MISS McDONALD
Assistont Editor Advisor
PEGGY BAIR Business Monogcr
SARA FLESHER Make-up Editor
The Little Hatchet is "our Hatchet". Yes, this literary magazine belongs to the student body, because we ore its source. Deadlines ore hectic for the members, but as Pat Lunceford, Sara Flesher, Peggy Bair, and Susan Hughes know, it is worthwhile. These students were sent by the magazine to represent our school at the Columbia Scholastic Press Association meeting.
MARY FICKINGER Exchange Editor
REGINA GRAY Non-Fiction Editor
"WOW! POW! IT'S Batmon!" reads Soro Flesher for on idea about o story.
BUSINESS! BUSINESS! OR is .t KEY CLUB EMPHASIZES PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY
KEY CLUB OFFICERS: Standing—Bob Hicks, Vice-President; Jock Peele, Secretory; Irving Smith, Treosurer. Seotcd—Scooter Hus-bonds. President.
At the end of school lost yeor George Washington's first service club was organized under the leadership of Mr. Yeager. The Key Club has begun its first year under the 1966-67 Key Club International theme "initiate personal responsibility." The club is sponsored in cooperation with the school officials by the Alexandria Kiwonis Club. The purpose of the Key Club is to provide any type of service to the community as well as to the school.
KEY CLUB MEMBERS: Standing—Bill Turner, Stefan Bon-figlio, Robert Pitts, Hilton Settle, Ronnie Lambert, Walter Smalling, Kie Campbell, Byron Waldman, John Meehan. Kneeling—Brent Hill, Tommy Morse, Warren Klutz, Marty Harvey, Andy Brown, Norman Tessier, Perry Campbell.
THESPIANS HELP PRODUCE SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The Thespians, which is sponsored by Miss Roscoe, is troupe number 783 or the School Drama Society. This group requires 10 points for initiation. Points come from activities such as helping in plays and scenes and by hoving been in a leading role. If a student is a member of the Drama Club and not the Thespians, he becomes an apprentice. The members helped do various things such as helping sponsor the Senior Class Play, studying flots (scenery), and discussing techniques of dramatic teaching.
DRAMA CLUB OFFICERS: Peggy Webber, Vice-President; Elaina Fromm, President; Christine Clevenger, Secretary.
DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS: Standing—Helen McKoy, Bill Robey, Barbora Hughes, Suzanne Glaab, Walter Smolling, Kelley Macklin, Charlotte Reed, Gary Roberts. Sitting—Joonrc Konkel, Borbora Schmidt, Debbie Hunnicuf. Susan Hughes, Vicki Steffcy, Betty DenningFRENCH CLUB
The French Club, which is under the direction of Miss Gront, is open to all students who have had at least one semester of French. It gives those students who have the language as their common interest an opportunity to meet socially, os in the Christmas party and the spring luncheon, to unite in a school project, as in making an assembly, or to learn about Fronce and its culture in an otmosphere less formol than the classroom. The highlight of the year was the French club play entitled “What Did You Do In The Wor, Mommy?" or "Is the Eiffel Tower Peeling?".
WHO PAINTED THE
EIFFEL TOWER . . . ?
FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS: Mark Schilling, Rita Pcttcy, Drucillo FRENCH CLUB MEMBERS: Jocky Bernier, Susan Wheaton, Jen
Pcttey, Elaine Jesse, Terry Cox, Borbara Hughes, Kothy Schilling, Young, Eloino Fromm, Eulo Teosdale.
Kelley Mocklin, Susan Hughes, Beth Amey, Becky Seccuro.
FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: Left To Right—Beth Reed, Publicity Chairman; Chris Conlon, Treasurer; Rose-Marie Tessier, Presidert. Ginnie Dombroski, Vice-President; Koy Scoffido, Secretary; Jon Ruskin, Parliamentarian.The Latin Club has joined and participated in the activities of the Junior Classical League, and members assisted in the annual state convention at Francis C. Hammond H.S. Additionally, the club under Colonel Bush, the advisor, sponsors the George Washington H S. Latin Scrabble Team in its monthly matches with Hammond and T.C. Williams H.S.
The Latin Club participates in the annual Latin Week Program scheduled each April. This year it presented a ploy illustrative of everyday life among the ancient Romans. The program this year was monitored by the Hammond H.S. Latin Club and held at that school.
"ET TU BRUTE?" soys Dovid Bouk os his friend turned troitor stobs him. In Colonel Bush's words "snow's use".
SCRABBLE TOURNY - LATIN WORDS ONLY, PLEASE
SHARON BURNS MAINTAINS deep concentration in order to win this scrabble motch.SPANISH CLUB CELEBRATES UNA FELIZ NAVIDAD
The Spanish Club, which is guided by Mrs. Lynn, has been tremendously octive this year. They had a sensational Christmas party, complete with pinato. A guest speaker told about his homeland, Peru. Trips included a visit to an embassy and to a Spanish restaurant. Songs, dances, and movies were some of the various types of entertainment. The grand finale was the annual club picnic, which, as all other activities, was a success.
SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Jonct Standlcy, Treasurer; Debbie Scott, Secretory; Spence Gordner, Program Choirmcn; Pixie Gainey, President; Diane Smith, Vice-President.
GUILLERMO GOMEZ LEADS the Sponish Club in o round c? Christmos corols while Tony Suorez joins him.
SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS: Deboie Pulmon, Bobbie Smith, Sondy Jennings, Suson Wein-traub, Sylvia Dioz, Guillermo Gomez, Denice Scott, Tony Suorez, Mike Morsh.GERMAN CLUB
TAPE RECORDINGS ARE o common sight to German Club students.
The activities of the German Club under Mrs. Emm, the advisor, have been numerous this year. The club has held o bake sale of German Christmas cookies, which was successful. Films provided by the German Embassy were shown. Guest speakers were invited to relate their experiences in Germany. The club plans a field trip to the Embassy and dinner at a German restaurant in the District in the spring.
'THIS POOR GUY looks like he's going to fall!" cxdoims Helen McKoy.
ASTRONOMY CLUB VISITS PLANATARIUM
THE ROTATION OF the earth around the sun is even more foscinot-ing, becousc of this model.
The activities of the Astronomy Club have been vast. The club with its sponsor. Miss Whittaker, visited T.C. Williams High School to see its renown plana-tarium. The two and one holf inch refractor telescope is often used by the members for assignments and projects. One example of this is Jerry Patterson. He is doing an experiment in photography with this telescope. Besides having discussions and lectures, the club had the annual club picnic. The purpose of the club is to nourish students' interest in astronomy and to give a chance for each member to develop his abilities.
STEF BOAZ AND Corolyn Polk examine the wonders of the solor system os do others.ElAINA FROMM SHOWS the costume she received on her trip os our foreign exchongc student to Jopon.
The purpose of the World Events Club is to encourage reading about nationol and foreign problems facing the U.S. today. It is primarily o discussion club under the direction of Miss Baugh, its sponsor. Other activities of the club include outside speakers, movies, and trips to various government agencies or to embassies. The club sponsors the annual United Nations Contest and gives a prize to each of the two top winners at G.W.
MRS. SNIDER, in her Nigerion dress, tells the significance of the figurines she brought bock from Nigeria after her stoy in that country os a member of the Peace Corps.
WORLD EVENTS CLUB VISITS EMBASSY
WORLD EVENTS CLUB
WORLD EVENTS CLUB MEMBERS—First Row: Mark Schilling, Martho Ridgely, Barbara Hughes, Kathy Schilling Jim Gordon. Second Row: Eulo Teosdole, Jon Wright, Peggy Webber, Dcbby Pulman, Pixie Goiney, Mary Mc-Conkcy, Elizabeth Loy. Third Row: Stephen McKnight Jim Hossmcr, Jon Ruskin.
WORLD EVENTS CLUB OFFICERS—Standing: Sally Akers, Secretory; Suellen Ridgely, Parliamentarian; Mary Ellen Woodley, Treasurer; George Monti, Vice-President. Sitting: Stefan Bon-figlio. President.NEW SERVICE CLUBS AT GW ENHANCE CURRICULUM
Two new service clubs, the Interact Club ond the in worthwhile community projects.
Keyettes, sponsored by the Alexandria Rotary Club and Members ore chosen on the basis of character, scho-
the Ki-Wives respectively, were formed this year.Created lastic stonding, motivation, leadership, and service,
on a city-wide basis, they will place emphasis on assisting
INTERACT CLUB—Kneeling: Mr. Kerschboum. Front Row: Ollie Westbrook, Dcvid Evens, John Holcolm, Bill Kelly, Saffan Andolsun, Kenny Smith. Second Row: Jen Ruskin, George Monti, Bill Decoy, Alan Brcdfield, Allen Furr, Jim Smith. Third Row: Ben Coffmon, Henry Crouch, Tony Cooper, Ecrl Zciglcr, Jim Burns, Spence Gardner, John Greene.
KEYET’ES____Front Row: Jccky Behrc-s Cord Jcckscn, Sue Ridgely,
a" -C. :C’. Dorlere M word. Second Row: Mortho Ridgely, Keren Kendrick. Keren Koziol, Beth Reed, Jone Snider. Third Row: Alice Hus'" n$ So |!y Akers. E o ne Fromm, Mery Jockson, Keren Russell, Shoron 8urns, Mcdge Krebs, llene Schrott. Fourth Row: Colby Hotch, Joncf Stondley, Mery Gomey, Pat Lunceford, Jonice Downs, Meric Kclm.nsky, Bonn.e Bates. Cothy Lynch.
OFFICERS—Front Row: Boord Members: Soffcn Andolsun, John Holcolm, Ollie Westbrook. Second Row: Kenny Smith, President; Bill Docey, Vice-President; Jim Smith, Secretory; Dovid Evons, Treesurer.
OFFICERS—Audrey Kiser, Vice-President; Jcnet Stondley, Treosi May Roy, Corresponding Secretory; Pot Lunceford, President; Be Botes, Historion; Alice Hudgins, Secretory.
130GIRLS EXCEL IN A VARIETY OF SPORTS
The Girls Athletic Association provides the opportunity for GW's girls to participate in o variety of activities. The point system enables them to win awards in such sports os basketball, volleyball, and tennis.
GAA—Koy Scaffido, Becky Seccuro, llenc Schrott, Marcello Holmes, Becky Randcll, Julie Behrcnn, Joy Hodges, Jonicc Porks, Vcrlette Dovis, Dora Miller, Mortha Chondler, Beth Amey, Annette Lowe, Brenda Wilbert, Jockic Dixon, Lauren Funn.
OFFICERS—Denny Valois, President; Korcn Russc’t, Secretory; Mory Jackson, Treasurer; Ivory Thomss Point Recorder.
FOLK MUSIC CLUB
The Folk Music Club, now in its fourth year, lets talented students at GW meet to share their interests in folk music. Each year its members put on on outstanding instrumental and vocal program.
BY THE BALLAD SONG
FOLK MUSIC CLUB—Left to Right: John Speer, Kathleen Schilling, Chris McClure, Drucillo Pct'ey, Elizabeth Loy, RoseMone Tessier, Lcurie Gardner.
131MUSIC AND SONG SUPPLEMENT PAGEANT
Under the expert guidance of its new director, Mr. vVilliom Sharp, the orchestra presented its annual Christmas and Spring concerts. Accompanied by the choir, it achieved its high expectations.
ORCHESTRA—Left to Right: James Lawrence. Henry Coffman, John Greene, Claudia Hoyncs, Undo Pollond, Charles Hoyword, Cothy Jones, Mr. Sharp, Robin Read.
DURING THE CHRISTMAS SEASON, the Orchestrc ond Choir help
to portrey the Notivity Scene.
MELODIC VOICES RESOUND IN CORRIDORS
MIXED CHORUS—Front Row: Goyle Silliman, Dcbby Thomos, Linda Watson, Janet Sounders, Peggy Webber, Roger Mickey. Second Row: Jornes Hossmcr, Fred Keith, Steve McKnight, Kenny Eubonks, Elaine Johnson, Mike Penn. Third Row: John Lester, Sonny DcWolt, Mike Harmon, Russtine Boston, Peggy Hormon.
This year's choruses, directed by Mr. James Bado-lato, performed in the Christmas concert, ond ofter-wards gave the rest of us on enjoyoble experience by caroling in the halls. The Choir was toped for presentation on WMAL-Rodio, and, as in the post, added the finishing touches to the Baccalaureate service.
OFFICERS______Peggy Webber, President; Goyle Silliman, Secretory.
132ADVANCED GIRLS' CHORUS —Front Row: Donno Downs, Shirley Ottcns, Terry Clark, Corol Sullivon, Gloria Islcr, Shirley Kennedy, Dianne Smith, Second Row: Sheri
Crum, Karen Roberts, Mcrti Wough, Ellen Britt, Koren Bur-gess, Sheila Foote, Vicky Johnson. Third Row: Evelyn Mc-Adom, Jone Colemcn, Becky Thomas, Lynn Palmer, llcnc Mcore, Darlene Milward, Poulo Miller.
OFFICERS—Shirley Kennedy, Librarian; Ccnnic Reamy, President; Karen Roberts, Secretary
OFFICERS—Jen Ginn, President; Ccrol 8u honon, Vice-President; Lynn Jcnnior, Secretary; Becky Peck, Librarion.
FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS —Front Row: Vicky Lucos, Pet Wauhop, Lynn Jennicr, Becky Peek, Debbie Sobolcski, Debby Lambeth Second Row: I loro Downey, Jon Ginn, Peggy Joiner, Jackie Ferguson, Margaret Trittipce, Corol Buch-cnon.
133BAND PLAYS ON FIELD AND IN CONCERT
The half-time shows, presented by the George Washington High School Marching Bond, were made up mostly of precision drills arranged by the new director, Mr. Robert Baden. For the first time, the band attended all away games, supporting our team in every way. A special show, which required much time and effort, was
presented at the Thanksgiving Game. During this season, the band also performed in honor of George Washington University at one of their games.
Other activities included the band's participation in the Eighth Annual Music Clinic, the Regional Band Clinic, and the Virginia Music Festival.
MARCHING BANDPOM POM GIRLS—Left to Right: Carlcttc Brooks, Kothy Greenspan, Chcric Wood, Dole Jones, Barbara Hagen, Tercso Foley, Rebecca Hoyle.
Jane Coleman, Nancy Purycor, Eloine Johnson, Korcn Roberts.
GW’S HIGHSTEPPERS ENLIVEN HALFTIMES
JOANN STARKEYCHEERLEADERS ADD ENDLESS ENTHUSIASM
J. V CHEERLEADERS—Roxonn Ontko. Koy Dowdy, Charlotte Stokes. Susie Kennedy, Suson McGowan, Evelyn MeAdem. Wendy Wendcroth.
136MARIA STRICKLAND Heod Cheerleoder Footboll
JAN YOUNG Hood Cheerleader Basketboll
Prexies, Prexies, who ore they?
Best team in the U.S.A.
La-de-da—those Prexies are the best.
La-de-da—the best of all the rest. La-de-da—those Prexies are the best.
KAREN GINN MARIE PATRICK ELAINA FROMM
137RED CROSS INITIATES BREAKFAST HOUR
OFFICERS—Berh Rccd, Vice-President; Eulo Tcosdole, Secretory; Vicky Campbell, President.
RED CROSS MEMBERS—Front Row. Peggy Bair, Roxenne Ontko. Second Row: Denise Deovers, Chris McClure. Stefonie Annicchiarico, Susan Kennedy, Morgarct Register, Rita Pettey. Third Row: Sandy Word, Ollic Westbrook, Steven H. Dillon, Bill Robey, Jomes Hooper,
The Red Cross Club has been the image of action this year. A soap drive was initiated to provide the soldiers in Viet Nam with soap. Another goal was to maintain high morale in Viet Nam by the adoption of a platoon. As a school service, the club established a Breakfast Hour that ran during November. Throughout the year several trips were made to hospitols to brighten the atmosphere with food and games.
FTA MEMBERS—Seotcd: Jcckie Horowitz, Karel Kidwcll. Standing: both Reed, Shoron Burns, Carol Buchonon, Morgcret Morkcll, Nancy
Debbie Pulmon, Mary Jo Jcckscn, Stofonie Bosclcr, Joyce Sowo, Eliza- Rcddo, Audrey Kiser.
Being hostesses during American Education Week and attending the Teachers' Convention were among the numerous activities of the Future Teachers of America. One of the highlights of this year's activities was the traditional coffee hour for the teachers. The purpose of the club is to further the knowledge of and interest in the teaching profession.
FTA OFFICERS—Janice Downs, Secretory; Eulo Teosdolc, Parliamentarian; Miss Liggett, Sponsor; Miss Grant, Koren Russell, Treasurer; Sue McGuinn, President.F.B.L.A. MEMBERS INCREASE BUSINESS SKILLS
The main objective of the Future Business Leaders of America is to give the members troining in the business field ond to increase their interest in business activities. The main achievement of the FBLA was the Thanksgiving pageant presented to the students during both assemblies.
F.B.L.A. OFFICERS—Karen Roberts, Dione Self; President, Shirley Kennedy, Shirley Attens.
F.B.L.A. MEMBERS—First Row: Sandi Noshwinter, Patsy Wilson Kothy Knighting, Gloria Isler. Second Row: Linda De Lay, Brenda Gochenour, Carrlo Lyles, Peggy Payne, Sharon Baber, Kathy Sanford. Goylc Silliman, Kothy Exncar.
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FHA MEMBERS—Seated: Cathy Exnear, Paulo Lee. Standing: Diane Ulbrucht, Jcckic Burchom, Linda Underwood, Nancy MocBridc, Paulo Lyles, Keren Goldchicn.
In order to further interest in the club the Future Homemakers sold cookbooks and had their annual Bake-a-thon. Among the many activities was a Christmas party held in December with the refreshments each representing a different country. The FHA olso visited an embassy and had a bake sale. The theme of the FHA was "Our Neighbors Near and Far."
FHA OFFICERS: Cothy Exnccr, Secretory; v= cy MocE de -dent; Poulo Lee, Vice-President
139EXUBERANCE HELPS WIN PREXIE BATTLES
This year's Sunshine Boys can again accept the praise of having attended every GW basketball game in support of a great team. Much thanks is due this spirited group for their co-operotion and assistance.
SUNSHINE BOVS— Front Row: T ? ' ?• S
Breoden, Be Goffci T • fifai
Lorry Fo B.ll Turner. John Coble, fitoff Kc"ey. Alcn Brodf.eld, Vess.ll
Anthony. Thomos Morgan. Third Row: Spence Gordner, Ollic Westbrook, Mark Hcdfkc, Mark Schilling, Jon Ruskin, Sonny DcWolt, Bill Rcbey, Dove Williams, Mike Anderson.OFFICE HELP AIDS OFFICE STAFF
BOOKROOM WORKERS— First Row: M.ke Perkins. M.kc Hoynes, Cacorge Porker. John Mcchon. Second Row; Mork Hedtkc, Rolph Bornett, Bert Agncr, Mike Powers.
"A SPOONFUL OF sugor helps the medicine go down . . soys Poul Miller to Mrs. Corr.
ASSISTANTS GAIN VALUABLE EXPERIENCE
This year the office workers ossumed great responsibilities by assisting the regular office staff. Helping with paper work, running erronds, and making themselves available when necessary was part of their daily job.
WITH ALL HER work dene. Corcc Whetiel reeds her feveeir book—Santa Claus.
MAIN OFFICE—Drucillo Pettey.ATTENDANCE O F F I C E—First
Row: Chorlenc Goodrich, Janet Wilburn, Doreno Russell, Vicky Campbell. Second Row: Vikkie Gollohon, Jomie Barry, Bonnie Botes, Maggie Hollowoy, Nancy Puryeor. Third Row: Linda Lyree, Patt Ritter, Martha Proctor.
GUIDANCE OFFICE—First Row:
Corol Robey, Roslyn O'Leory, Bobbie Skeens, Eloina Fromm. Second Row: Rosemary Horgon, Noncy MocBride, Beckie Swice-good, Debi Ross.
LIBRARY WORKERS—Dana Co-brun, Carla Whetzel, Linda Day’s, Christina Pruitt, Jamie Ver-non, Judy DcLoudcr, Sheila Foote, Debbie Pulmon, Peggy Juarez.
142WORKERS ASSUME GREAT RESPONSIBILITIES
HALL MONITORS—First Row; Alan Holmes, Poulctte Berry, Henrietta Brown, Emrr.c Goodrich, Wendy Wcodside, Keren Almond. Second Row: George Marsh, Sonny DeWolt, Bob Bo e Antoinette Burke.
CLINIC WORKERS—First Row: Jackie Horowitz, Shoron Duncan, Mortho Homed. Second Row: Paula Miller.
SCHOOL BANK—Scotcd: Ellen Britt. Standing: Gloria Isler, Miss Coe, Shirley Kennedy.
SCHOOL STORE—Pot Meehan, Mory Ellen Woodley, Audrey Kiser
143STUDENTS TRAINED BY WORK EXPERIENCE
VOT OFFICERS—Seated: Janie Miller, Deberch Wilson, Brent Hill. JANIE HUGHES LOOKS for information in the 'lin9 cobinct-
The primary objective of Vocational Office Training is to orient students with office work and other related fields. The main activity of the VOT is the Employee-Employer Banquet.
JOANNE WENDEROTH, Alice Cordell, ond Janie Hughes moke work easier by using the calculating machines.
JANE MILLER AND Sandra West Icorn by using the IBM Cord Punch,
VOT MEMBERS—First Row; Bcrborc McGuinn, Joan Swartz. Second Row: Alice Bullman, Mery Robinson, Alice Cordell. Brcndo Nile, Betty Forest, Judy Dovis.
144DE MEMBERS—First Row: Pot Boddy, Kitty Asbcll. Kothy McKnight. Second Row: Gory Moore, Steve Sprague, Chorlcs Nopper, Kenneth Dean, George W. Siers.
PAT KILLION PROUDLY disploys her talents ot her job.
ROSIE BEACH HELPS ct the G C Murphy Deportment Store.
The Distributive Education program provides a regular half-day of academic classwork with a half-day on the job training. In this program the students learn how to be worthwhile and how to function in the business world
STACKING CANS ot the D ond S Food Stores is Rick Norris.
145STUDENTS ORIENTED WITH OFFICE WORK
CE MEMBERS—First Row: Dennis Reedy, Lorry W0yl0nd Dwinht Me-Mester. Elliott Wilson, Robert Zehring. Second Row: Rick Norris. Jim
Smith, Byron Woldmen, John McLoughlin, Roy Moore,
KENDA CRUM poses with Mayor Monn during DE Week
ICT student William Cherry leorns how to become a policemon.
GARY MOORE AND Krendo Crum put the finishing touches on the DE bulletin board.
WHAT are you
The main purpose of the Industrial Cooperative Training is to provide work experience for students in the Industrial Training course. These students attend class for a half-day and work on various jobs such as mechanics, telephone operators and nurses aides the other part of the day.
ROGER PAYNE AND Bryon Sibold pose with their instructor ot the Lindsoy Cadillac Company.
146■ ' 111
CT. OFFICERS—First Row: Peggy Gochenour, Pam Perman, Noreen Mason. Second Row: Duone Self, Charles Davis, Pat Bennct, Steve Pugh, George Conlon.
GEORGE CONLON LEARNS about the complicated work at the C P Telephone Company.
STEVE PUGH PROUDLY displays his work os o draftsman
CT MEMBERS—First Row: T|ucnno Cotton, Mary Edword, Peggy T'::h -our Pen . Porman Second Row: Lucille Howkins, Morgrctf
Willioms, Steve Pugh, Kenneth West, John Doves, Lucnn Caliche" Florine Golloway, Roger Poync, Woync Nelson.
148Kie Compbcll Sports
SPORTSPRESIDENTS EXHIBIT POWER, POISE, PLUCK
TERRY MEECE (81) AND Bert Dovid (20) leod Donny Jefferson's interference as he shows his running form in this sweep agoinst W-L. (picture above)
CHARLES HALL (21) WELCOMES a Jefferson poss with open arms as Kris Matts (83) of W-L looks on.
GW 3-6-1 OPPONENT
13 Wokefield 13
21 Edison 13
0 Mount Vernon 6
0 Hammond 20
6 Fort Hunt 32
20 Lee 26
14 T. C. Williams 13
13 Woodson 33
19 Grovcton 6
0 Woshington-Lcc 28
150UNDER NEW COACH, OVERCOME
Although George Washington's 1966 Varsity foot-boll teams did not hove o winning record, it gave one hundred per cent at every game, and its performance wos one to be proud of.
In the initial game of the season, against heavily favored Wakefield, the team, under new heod coach Bill Blair, surprised everyone by bouncing back to tie the game after being down thirteen points. Bert David, who gained one hundred and thirty yards in fifteen carries for on average of 8.7 yards and scored two touchdowns, led a fired up offense against Edison to win the second game of the season, 21-13.
The Presidents third game was against undefeated Mount Vernon, rated by some as the top team in Northern Virginia. Mickey Bowers, who was then leading not only the Group 1-A scoring race, but the entire State of Virginio as well, was held by the staunch Prexie defense, led by Mike Radcliffe, to a minus fourteen yards in the second half. Mount Vernon however, eked out a hard-won victory, 6-0.
George Washington's next victory was against crosstown rival T.C. Williams. In a hard fought contest, the Prexies edged the Titans 14-13 to gain their second win. It was in this game, however, that Ronnie Barnette, who had scored all fourteen of G. W.'s points, suffered a shoulder separation which prevented his playing for the rest of the season.
The Prexies last league gome was with Groveton, whom they beat 19-6 to wind up with a 3-4 league record and fourth place in the Alexandria district.
In the Thanksgiving day classic against Washington and Lee, the Presidents were simply overpowered by the larger, more experienced Generals.
For a team that started with only five experienced players this year, they have done remorkably well. This is due to both the excellent coaching done by Coach Blair, Coach Boyd, and Coach Johnson and the hard work put in by the boys themselves. Next year with almost three-fourths of the players back, they should be unbeatable.
NEW HEAD COACH, Bill Blair, gives Ken Smith instructors on finding the weak points in Groveton's defensive line.
WAITING ANXIOUSLY FOR the ball to change hands are Tcm Brown (40). Jcmes Hooper (84), John Shirey (77), Bill Turner (25 and James Wcylond (60).
151VARSITY FOOTBALL—OFFENSE—Front Row: 81-Terry Meece, 42-Alon Holmes, 20—Bert Dovid, 30—Ken Smith, 21—Chorles Holl, 78— Ail.r Furr 34—Gory Micr. Second Row; 63—Mike Kentes, 60—Jomes Woyland, 74—Dovid Tong, 33—Willie Foconcr, 10—Steve Kennedy. 5._33k Hicks. Third Row: 12—Tommy Self, 75—Gory Himes, 70—Rondy Bcnorick, 83—Ronnie Lombcrt, 11—Ronnie Barnette, 54—Paul
RONNIE BARNETTE (11) eludes two Edison tocklers os he skirts the right end for o first down.
ALTHOUGH TRIPPLE-TEAMED. Ronnie Lombert snags o Jefferson pass end monoges to hold on for o fontostic cotch
SCRAMBLING, DANNY JEFFERSON (22) shows the exciting style he used to compile o completion record of over 50 per cent.
GARY MIER (34) HAULS down Mike Slode (15) of W-L to breok up o drive.
8ERT DAVID (20) RAMBLES over left tockle for o goin of eighteen yords against Lee.
CHARLES (CHARLEY HORSE) HALL (21) seeks running room in o sweep around the Lancers' right end.
VARSITY FOOTBALL-DEFENSE—Front Row: 56—Kenneth Eubonks, 22—Denny Jefferson, 23—Louis Monzuk, 62—John Renzi, 34—Gory Micr, 84—James Hooper. Second Row; 63—Mike Kentes, 40—Tom Brown, 50—Don Mooney, 76—Ken Carter, 25—John Holcomb, 80— Wovcrly Brown. Third Row: 72—Herb Thomos, 70—Rondy Benarick, 69—Bill Turner, 77—John Shirey.
153CHARLEY HORSE (21) DRIVES through the Lee line and outgoes his pursuers for o qoin of sixteen yards.
154JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL—First Row: 16—Tommy Roberts, 86—Horry Hughes, 58—Mike Rochrick, 27—Leemon Lewis, 37— Terry Zeller, 12—Hilton Settle, 43—Den West, 48—Lawrence Bates. Second Row: Mr. Corter, Head JV Cooch, 73—Doug Wotts, 34—Thomas Byrd, 22—Ben Coffman, 68—Fronk Hovermole, 62
J.V.'s 0-6 OPPONENT
0 Edison 14
7 Lee 15
0 Hommood 4
0 Fort Hunt 12
6 Washington-Lee 20
0 Woodson 7
FROSH 4-1-2 OPPONENT
0 Edison 6
6 Mount Vernon 6
16 Lee 7
12 Fort Hunt 7
18 Bishop Ireton 6
6 T. C. Willioms 6
20 Hammond 0
—Geof Kelly, 28—Paul Phillips, 74—Thomas Morgan, Mr. Fox oss't coach. Third Row: Bill Turner, Gary Bcrtschinger, 81 I Love'see Mike Anderson, Mike Rattcrrcc, Greg Sullivon, Ray Menke, Bruce Brunson
JV’S, BABY PREXIES SHOW PROMISE OF POTENTIAL
KENNY BROOKS (27) is a hard man to bring down when he smells a touchdown as this would-be tocklcr finds out.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL—Front Row: 60—Ivon Stewart, 62—Lee Hooks, 23—Charles Royols, 58—Kervy Bertschingcr, 24—Melvin Carroll, 21—Rick Hudson, 63—Rick Simpson, 81—Nicky Bufeno. Second Row: Mr. McGirk, Ass't Coach, 73—Steve Courtny, 60—
Keith Cross, 11—Steve Burns, 27—Kenny Brooks, 80—Fuzzy Groves, 25—Dennis Lempkins, Don Roberts, Bill Baer, 89—Cher es Wormley, 18—Poul Ebhordt, 62—Ervin Phillips, 64—Tom Perkins 52—Gerry Jenkins, Mr. Robyok, Coach.
155THIN-LEGGED HARRIERS POST FAT SCORE
around the finol turn during o time trial.
NORM TESSIER, the number one men, sprints behind the stonds.
BOUNDING MERRILY through the fields are Norm Tessier, Scooter Husbands and Tom Morse.
VARSITY TRACK—Front Row: Amos Sim;, Alcn Holmes Mike Raf-terree, Thomos Jcckscn, Fronk Hovermcle, Kenneth Menke, Ken Carter, Linwood Estes, Quinton Brown. Middle Row; John Henbosh, Bruce Brunson, Terry Meece. Jomes Porker, Lee Tobor, Louis Webster, Glenn Shepherd, Aaron Peorscn, Charles Sanford, Norman Tcs-
sier, Mchendrc Singh, David Spittle. Bock Row: Mr. Robyck, ossistont coach. Mr. Blair cssisfcnt coach, John Halcomb. Mike Perkins, Tom Perkins, Roy Menke, Charles Keller, Alan Furr, Rcndy Bcnerick, Mr. Boyd, Heed Cocch.
GW TRACKMEN RACE TOWARDS VICTORY
WHIRLING THE DISCUS, Linwood Estes prepares to let go for o record-breaking throw.
SPRINTING DOWN THE stretch, John Hcnbosh and Mohcndra Singh
tinicn nn HHfi
157DEFT BALL HANDLING SPARKS PREXIE PLAYPRESIDENTS CRUSH POWERFUL OPPONENTS
COACH TOM WRlSTON explains o ploy during o chalk talk.
GW 35 OPPONENT Woshington-Lee 40 GW 87 Lee OPPONENT 34
57 Wakefield 53 61 Williams 57
45 Woodson 50 47 Edison 48
43 Yorktown 41 56 Groveton 57
47 Edison 52 59 Mt. Vernon 47
57 Groveton 61 79 Ft. Hunt 57
77 Mt. Vernon 65 77 Hammond 44
78 Ft. Hunt 61 55 Lee 45
79 Hammond 51 54 Willioms 63
TOURNAMENT 78 Fort Hunt 53 52 Edison 56
This year at George Washington, basketball started out with a whimper, but in short order it was roaring ahead at full steam.
Of the first six games, the Prexies lost five, the lone exception being a close victory over Yorktown Each loss was extremely close, however, averaging under five points per gome.
The seventh gome, against unbeaten Mount Vernon, was the night the Prexies jelled into one unit They gained the lead at the very start and never gave it back, as they handed the Majors their first defeat.
The Prexies roared over their next three opponents, crushing them with a point difference that went as high as fifty-three points against Lee.
GW's next game, against top-ranked T. C. Williams, was the highlight of the season. The Presidents played superbly to overcome the unbeaten Titans, 61-57.
The next two games were heartbreakers. GW lost to Edison and Groveton by one point each. The Prexies refused to be slowed by these losses, however, and steamed ahead for four more wins.
George Washington's last game of the regular season was against cross-town rival, T. C. Williams. The Presidents could not manage to overcome the Titans, despite a last-minute surge.
Under new head-coach Tom Wriston, the Varsity cagers posted a record of 12-9, an excellent record for a brand new head-coach. They also put two ployers, Ralph Barnette and Irving Smith (second team) on the All-District team.
159RALPH BARNETT (12) GOES up for two points ogoinit W-L
RONNIE LAMBERT leops high for o bosket os Bernett watches.
LEAPING ABOVE THE defending T. C. Williams ployer, Woverly Brown prepares to sink a jump shot.
CHECKING THE DEFENSE. Rolph Bornett dribbles behind o screen provided by Irving Smith.
160DRIVING FOR A loy-up, Rennie Carter soars obove two W-L ployers.
IRVING SMITH SHOWS his trede mark cs he goes up for o sure two points.
RONNIE LAMBERT BATTLES for o rebound with o Mount Vernon ployer.
WATCHING HELPLESSLY os Irving Smith drives for o bosket is T C.'s "dynamic duo," Brad Obcrmiller (21) and Doug Campbell (45).
161TOP RIGHT—Ronnie Jackson lays in two points following a fast break.
TOP CENTER—Ralph Barnette, a second team All-State choice, rises above the opposition for two points.
TOP LEFT—Showing his defensive skills, Waverly Brown outjumps the opposing T. C. Williams player to block his shot.
RIGHT—Waverly (China) Brown drives down the court toward a sure basket.
162FROSH CAGERS GAIN EARLY EXPERIENCE
LEAPING for o loyup Tom Perkins sinks two points ogomst Mt Vernon
43 Edison 30
36 Groveton 37
45 Hommond 37
58 Fort Hunt 31
31 Williams 51
35 Mt. Vernon 48
63 Lee 30
40 Williams 63
17 Edison 31
MR. GRAFFEO, 0 tcocher ot Porker-Groy, is the freshmen cooch
GW OPPONENT GW OPPONENT
46 Washington-Lee 23 39 Lee 32
37 Wakefield 53 45 Williams 37
40 Yorktown 35 31 Edison 33
34 Groveton 33 42 Groveton 34
39 Mt. Vernon 18 20 Mt. Vernon 17
37 Ft. Hunt 30 48 Hommond 31
61 Hammond 41 35 Groveton 36
J. V. BASKETBALL—Kneeling: Cooch Efthemes, Mork Penn, Mgr. Front Row: 12—Jackie Ross, 4—Hilton Settle, 22—Jesse Gipson, 24—Morty Horvey, 14—James Porker, 20—Cordell Bclk. Bock Row: 40—Guinn Shinglcton, 42—Paul Allen, 32—Greg Sullivon, 30— Earl Quosh, 34—Kenny Thomos, 10—Phil McConchie.
JAYVEES CAPTURE DISTRICT TITLE AGAIN
HILTON SETTLE (4) gets off a long jumper for o sure two points. GW wen the gome, 39-18.
GREG SULLIVAN (32) OUTJUMPS number 33 of Yorktown, os Cordell Belk (20) and Morty Horvey (24) prcporc to receive the tipGYMNASTICS—Standing: Alan Holmes (co-captain), George Monti, Bob Rhine, Bill Robey, Stcfcn Bcnfiglio. Seated: Paul Scaffido, Lin-
Scott Rodgers, Steve Carrol. Bill DeWolt, Mark Hcdtke, Bobby West- wood Robinson, Chorles Wilkins, Coach Richardson,
brook, Ollic Westbrook (co-captoin). Mike Anderson. Gory Roberts,
VARSITY GYMNASTS SHOW STYLE, VERVE
75 Yorktown 120
87 Woshington-Lcc 97
80 Wakefield 90
98 Williams 105
BILL DeWALT obviously hasn't been told thot you ccn't do a gainer on the tramp.
OLLIE WESTBROOK shows his winning style Ollic wes a consistent first.
165VARSITY BASEBALL—Kneeling: Antenocci, Worren Klutz, Hilton Cccch Efthemes, Gwen Shinglctcn,
Joe Rice, Marty Harvey, Steve Settle, Danny Votes. Stonding: Paul Allen, Bob Mecelloro, Ralph
Shirey, Kenny Thomas, Ronnie Zeller,
Lambert, Mike McConchie, Terry
PHIL McCONCHIE, KEEPING score, watches os the J.V.'s scrimmage Bishop I reton.
WARMING UP BEFORE a some, Dovid catches one of Warren Klutz's curve bollsTEAM TURNS TIGER ON THE DIAMOND
ROBERT JOHNSON CON-NECTS for o linc-drive to left field.
RICHARD SPRECHER GETS set to let loose ot o fcst bell
J. V. BASEBALL—Front Row: Edward Surcin, Steve Ccsey, Robert Johnson, Buddy Word, Phil McConchic, Richard Sprecher, Middle Row: John Show, Croig Zeller, Richord Hudson, Nicki Bergeron, Steve
Burns, Ben Coffmcn, Henry Oifiz. Bock Row: John Brekhcrt, De 0n9 For Right: Mr. Vcoger, Head Coach.
FIRST EIGHT — Nick Lampshire, Mike Hoynes, Don Mooney, Spence Gardner, Bob Hicks, John Meehon, Gerald Comisky, Geof Kelley. Kneeling: Leoman Lewis.
SECOND EIGHT—John Speer,
Bert Dovid, Tom Self, Jim Dooley, Mork Schilling, Mike Kentes, Bob Hoynes, Don Mccklin. Kneeling: Andy Brown.
LIGHTWEIGHTS—Jim Smith, Bob McKIvccn, Bill Reed, Low-rence Fox, Andy Brown, Tom Young, Leoman Lewis, John Coble. Kneeling: Bob Knouse.
168THE FIRST end second eights sprint down the river during on afternoon proctice.
THIRD EIGHT—Fronk Hunter, John Kotulick, Jomes Lew. rence, David Bcuk, Doncld Hordcstcr, Bob K no use, 3ricn Powell, George Monti. Kneeling: Chorles Russ.
FOURTH EIGHT — Richord Simpson, Jeff Porker, Chorles Frcre, Chorles Russ, Tony Suqrez, Tom Young, John Ruskin, Zoro Wells Kneeling: Bill Reed.
169VARSITY WRESTLING—Bock Row: John Holcomb, Nick Lampshire, Front Row: Steve Cusey, Tom Morse, George Collins, Soffon Andolsun,
James Hooper, Linwood Estes, Allen Furr, Herb Thomas, Coach Fox. Lorry Smith, Charles Sondford.
VARSITY GRAPPLERS OVERPOWER FOES
GW OPPONENT GW OPPONENT
21 Stuart 33 17 Marsholl 27
9 W L 45 28 Hammond 30
9 Ft. Hunt 43 26 Williams 23
25 Lee 33 32 Falls Church 14
8 Edison 44 11 Mt. Vernon 39
13 Groveton 38
GEORGE COLLINS takes down a Falls Church wrestler for two points. George was undefeated in the regular season.
SAFFAN ANDOLSUN pulls o reverse on a groppler from Foils Church. Sof had a record of 10-1
GW OPPONENT GW OPPONENT
8 W L 46 22 Groveton 23
3 Ft. Hunt 51 13 Marshall 34
21 Leo 28 3 Mt. Vernon 47
5 Edison 11
TISD J T,B ek R«0W P2t Meehcn- Scooter Hutbonds. Jock Pcde R.chord Nuhn. Front Row: Jomes Gordon, j,m Hosjmer. Mike Burton.
MR. GOLLADAY, sponsor of boys' intramurals.
INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS—Steve Ccrroll, Berry Cor-tese, Charles Davis, Robert Elliott, Chris Ccstle.
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS—Louis Webster. Jim Crockett, John Cassidy, John Webster, Tim Carver.
PAT MEEHAN blurs the ball with his rifle-like serve os Scooter Husbonds prepores to dcol with anyone foolish enough to try to return it.
171Sheila Foote Ads
172Mrs. Houchins Sponsor
173174HOOFF NEILL, INC.
1707 Duke Street Alexandria, Va.
Developers of "Cameron Mews"
PMONC Kl e-4747
Eudy's American Service
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR
Richard T Eudy manaoc
4122 MT. VERNON AVE.
VISIT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
NORGE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING VILLAGE
1509 Mt. Vernon Ave. Professional Dry Cleaning Coin Operated Dry Cleaners — Washers and Dryers And Save Money
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1967
APPERSON and DENT, Inc.
OIL BURNERS SALES - SERVICE RADIO DISPATCHED EQUIPMENT BUDGET PAYMENTS
Aitcheson Fuel Company, Inc.
Established 1882 205 South Strand Street NATIONAL-U. S. RADIATOR HEATING 6c COOLING SYSTEMS
LENNOX HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS
HOT WATER HEATERS AUTOMATIC GAS 6c OIL
LIQUID LAWN FERTILIZER
Plant: 205 South Strand Street Alexandria, Virginia Phone: Kl 9-2214
ROBERT J. COMBS
registered PLUMBING HEATING 2008 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Virginia
MONTICELLO As Usual . . . The Unusual DOCKSIDE
DELICATESSEN on the waterfront 104 South Union Street
2304 Mt. Vernon Ave. TE 6-9718 Alexandria, Virginia Mon.-Fri. 10 to 9 Sat. 10 to 6
176To the Graduating Class:
A Message of Congratulations from Virginia’s Oldest National Bank
Although First Citizens National Bank 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.
SERVING ALEXANDRIA. ARLINGTON AND FAIRFAX COUNTIES
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
177WOMENS COATS. SUITS ORESSES. SPORTS WEAR LINGERIE. ACCESSORIES
The Store of Leadership Brands KlllQ 9-6059
Where Brand Name Quality is always in Fashion For the needs of All Junior. Misses, and Half Size Ladies
2300 - 2310 Mt. Vernon Ave.. Alexandria. Virginia
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 00-FREE PARKING DELRAY AND OXFORD AVE PARKING LOTS
Buy Brand Namaa-Buy Quality. Buy Brand Namat-Buy Quality. Buy Brand Namaa-Buy Quality. Buy Brand Namaa-Buy Quality,
1704 Mt. Vernon Avenue Alexondrio, Vo. OV 3-0600
George L. Bendoll
Baldwin’s Quality Cleaners Laundries
We Call for and Deliver
805 Bashford Lane
Alexandria, Virginia Tailoring — Shoe Repair Furs — Storage
SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
ARLANDRIA 4115 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Virginia
For a Complete Coverage on Sports and the Activities on Teens, Read Your Local Newspaper
"America's Oldest Daily Newspaper and Alexandria's Oldest Business" Established 1784 Sarah S. Carlin, President—Editor Kl 9-0004
179Northern Virginia's Exclusive Private Swimming Club.
• MAMMOTH SIZE POOL
• KIDDY POOL AND PLAY PARK
• PLENTY Of fREE PARKING
• RESTAURANT AND DINING PATIO
• BEAUTY CONTESTS
• SUN BATHING
• SWIM CONTESTS
• RECORO MOPS
• SWIMMING LESSONS
• DIVING LESSONS
• JR SR LIFESAVING
• WATER BALLET
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
SHIRLEY HIGHWAY NEAR SEMINARY ROAD ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA
180ALEXANDRIA PIANO ORGAN SERVICE
2423 Mt. Vernon Avenue Alexandria, Virginia KI 8-3230
Alexandria’s Only Home Town MUSIC STORE
Won’t you let us help you with your plans for music?
RUG CARPET CO.
Specialists CLEANING — SALES — SERVICE Phone KI 9-1604 1502 Mt. Vernon Ave. Alexandria, Vo.
HERFF JONES CO.
Manufacturers of George Washington High School Class Rings and Commencement Announcements Virginia Representatives James L. Deck Thomas C. Young
HICKS REALTY, INC
Solving housing needs in beautiful Northern Virginia since 1946 Alexandria, Arlington, Foirfax County etc.
SALES, RENTALS, FINANCING
Picture book of homes FREE on request
MAIN OFFICE 3706 MT. VERNON AVE. ALEXANDRIA, VA.
OT 4-6040 ARL. BRANCH OFFICE 2303 S. ARL. RIDGE RC ARLINGTON, VA.
Open 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. doily
MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Member: Inter-City Relocation Service (Nation-wide)
181"Downtown’s Complete Hardware Store”
Gifts, Toys, Housewares, Tools 800 KING ST. KI 9-1157
Furniture and Decorations 809 South Washington St. KI9-5800
COUNTRY CLUB CLEANERS
FINE DRY CLEANING SINCE 1947 THREE DAY PICK UP SERVICE IN METROPOLITAN AREA
1901 Mt. Vernon Ave. OV 3-1200 2616 N. Pershing Dr., Arl. 527-0756 7920 Old Bronch Ave., CLINTON, MD. 868-4000
182Sometimes it pays to be FIRST!
CITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY FIRST IN ALEXANDRIA WITH:
INSTANT BANKING HOURS-7:00 A.M. to 8 P.M. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 7:00 AM. to 3 P.M. SATURDAYS y
ONLY CITY BANK TRUST COMPANY PAYS YOU 4% INSTANT INTEREST ON REGULAR SAVINGS UP TO 5% Deposit Certificates
INTEREST PAID ON CHRISTMAS CLUB ACCOUNTS ACCOUNTS
• ON PAID UP -
— 8ank Sc Urust (Eo. ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA 22305
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
City Bank Trust Co.
MAIN OFFICE: 3506 MOUNT VERNON AVENUE BRANCH OFFICE: 200 NORTH WASHINGTON
MEMBER F.D.I.C. 549-7600
183THE COLONIAL NATIONAL BANK of Alexandria
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
184 %[)ARWICK T lLLAGE
ONE KENNEOY STREET ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA
THE WARWICK SWIM CLUB
• olymplc-slxe swim- • community building ming and diving pool and clubhouse
• children's spray pool • large athletic field
• swimming classes
The Warwick Club is conveniently located in Warwick Village, on the highest spot in Alexandria, overlooking the Potomoc. Ideal for families that want cool, relaxing pool facilities a few minutes from their door
You’re in the Pepsi generation!
185Beginning Our Seventeenth Year of Service for the Community Compliments of
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR JAMES M. DUNCAN, JR.
BALLANCE'S DRUG and
STORE ASSOCIATES, INC.
Phone TEmple 6-4444 122 N. Alfred St.
2303 Mt. Vernon King 8-8400
Avenue Reg. No. Alexandria, Va. 4414 Realtors Insurers
H 0 u n d t a
COMPLIMENTS OF ft Alexandria’s Oldest Traditional Shop
THE THE ROUNDTABLE
BURKE and HERBERT at
BANK TRUST COMPANY COHEN'S QUALITY SHOP
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1104 King Street 3644 King Street Free Parking at Both Locations
186Styled For Tomorrow! 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 Bames!
AND REMEMBER . . .
If it’s from Barnes, it’s Beautiful!
26 Years Serving The Washington Area
2525 Mt. Vernon Ave. OV 3-4330 936 Ccntreville Rood EM 8-2147
419 Eoit Mople Ave. 938-0450
187CHARLES R. HOOFF, INC.
REALTOR AND INSURER 1707 Duke Street ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 22314 Telephone 549-6103 Affiliote: Hooff Neill, Inc., Builders
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— « Kr«Cr IItun 0« On —
RtMMMI COamwcM rmWri
Ml I »IMi IIMHi MlauM
FINE CHINA — CRYSTAL — GIFTS
3670 King Street Brodlee Shopping Center Alexondrio, Virginio Phone: TE 6-8338
VIRGINIA BUSINESS MACHINE CO.
202 E. Oxford Ave., Alexandria, Vo. Office Mochines — Supplies — Printing Phone Kl 9-7444
188PALLETIZED STORAGE AND WORLD WIDE MOVERS
400-410 N. COLUMBUS ST. ALEXANDRIA, VA.
LOCAL and WORLD WIDE
l.c.c. CERT NO 93641
DEPENDABLE SINCE 1880
"WE MOVED YOUR GRANDFATHER — WHY NOT YOU?"
1334 POWHATAN STREET ALEXANDRIA, VA.
1849-1967 118 Years of Service
EVERLY - WHEATLEY FUNERAL HOME
1500 W. Broddock Road Kl 8-9200 Kl 9-0038
190PHONE ORDERS READY WHEN YOU ARRIVE
PHONES: TE 6-3350 PHONES: Kl 9-9511
Four Locations to Serve You
3410 MT. VERNON AVE. ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Opposite Flamingo Car Wash • Next to 7-11
We Pick Up ond Deliver "Satisfaction Guaranteed"
Cleaning, Shirts, Loundry and Rugs Mt. Vernon Ave. and Herbert St.
E. Y. Walter Kl 9-1555
CLASS OF 1967
120 North Pitt Street ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA
191Home of the Worlds Greatest 15C Hamburger!
All said was
HOME OF FINE FURNITURE
814 King Street Phone Kl 9-0403 Alexandria, Virginia
DRIVE THROUGH CLEANiRS LAUNDERERS
MAIN PLANT OFFICES Alfred ot Oronoco Street ALEXANDRIA 549-1357
Other Polly Prim Locations in NORTHERN VIRGINIA ARLINGTON 524-5338
No Foirfox Drive ot Stofford St. ANNANDALE 256-6800
Next to the Super Giont McLEAN 356-4455
in the Super Giont Shopping Center ARLINGTON TOWERS 525-4655
on the Moll in the Tyler Bldg HUNTINGTON TOWERS 548-0100
East — Center — West Bldgs. SAME DAY SERVICE
"AGENTS FOR GANT SHIRTMAKERS" Alexandrio — Fairlington — Arlington — Viennio
Phone Kl 9-8500 Office: Kl 9-0500
ing Flowers — Funeral Designs Cut Flowers — Corsages Alexandria's Leading Floral Designers Marguerite—“32“ J. Fred—"36“
1617 Duke Street ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA
Never Before Anything Like It A Real Masterpiece of
High School Ingenuity
MT. VERNON SERVICE PHARMACY
"Service At Its Best"
1515 Mt. Vernon Avenue ALEXANDRIA, VA.
TE 6-0100 TE 6-0101
193TURK SAYS CONGRATULATIONS Smartly Styled Clothes at Low Prices Featured in Our
CRICKETEER SUITS AND SPORT COATS, SERO SHIRTS, H. I. S. SLACKS
TURK'S MEN'S SHOP
TUXEDO RENTALS 2402 Mt. Vernon Ave.
The Only Men's Store in Del Ray Kl 8-5067
W. A. SMOOT CO. INC.
Lumber, Bldg. Materials, Millwork Custom Woodworking 549-0960 1201 No. Royol St
Cunningham Funeral Home, Inc.
WILLIAM W. CUNNINGHAM W. BEVERLY MOUNTCASTLE LILLIE V. CUNNINGHAM A. K. ROYSTON
Cameron and Alfred Street Alexandria, Virginia
194CHARTER AND GROUP SIGHTSEEING
A. B. W. TRANSIT CO.
SAFE DEPENDABLE SERVICE SINCE 1921 INFORMATION
SCHEDULED SERVICE Kl 9-7800
CHARTER DEPARTMENT TE 6-4500
195MRS. PENELOPE ALATIS: 92, 75 MRS. ELIZABETH W. ALLPORT: 92 MRS ERNESTINE ALLPORT: 91
MRS. KATHERINE M. APPERSON:
MR. WILLIAM ASHLEY: 92, 72
MR ROBERT BADEN: 92
MR JAMES BOOOLATO: 92
MISS KATHERYNE BAUGH: 92
MR. WILLIAM BLAIR: 92
MR MEREDITH BOYD: 93
MRS. NINA BUROETTE: 93
COL. CHESTER BUSH: 93
MR. ROBERT BUTTERMARK: 91
MISS KATHRYN CHAVIS: 93
MR ARTHUR CHRISTIANSEN: 93
MRS. JUNE CLARKE: 93
MISS BETTY COE: 93
MISS ELEANOR CURRIN: 93, 111
MRS. SYLVIA DANFORD: 94, 80
MISS LINDA DANIELSON: 73, 77, 94
MRS. SUSAN DeMELFI; 94
MR. CHARLES DRURY: 94
MR. GEORGE EFTHEMAS: 94
MRS. MARJORIE EMM: 94
MR. CLAY ESTES: 94
MRS. LINDA FLEMING: 94. 74
MR RALPH FOX: 94
MR. ROBERT GARNER: 89
MRS. ELIZABETH GENUNG: 94
MRS. MARIE GILMORE: 95
MR. DENNIS GOLLADAY: 95 138
MISS ALBERTA GRANT: 95, 113,
MR. DEUCALION GREGORY: 95, 108
MR. GEORGE GROVE: 95, 82
MR. A. GUEVARA: 95
MISS EUNICE GUILL: 95
MISS ISABELLE HALL: 43, 95, 113
MISS SANDRA HAMMER: 95
MRS. SALLY HARPER: 95
MR. WILBERT HARRIS: 96
MISS MARY HATWOOD: 96
MRS. JOAN HENDERSON: 96
MRS. NANCY HENRY: 96
MR BERNARD HERROD: 96
MR WILLIAM HILLMAN: 96. 56
MR. THOMAS HOLLIS: 96, 81
MRS. WAPELLA HOUCHINS: 8, 96
MRS. DORIS HUME: 97
MR. BOB JENKINS: 78, 97
MRS. LOREE JOHNSON: 97
MR. FRANK KAPRIVA: 57, 97
MR. JOHN KERSCHBAUM: 97
MRS. DOROTHY KEY
MISS JOYCE LIGGETT: 97, 113, 138
MRS. CLARICE LYNN: 97
MR. CHARLES McCLURG: 97
MISS JACQUELIN MCDONALD: 80,
MR. RALPH McGIRK: 98
MISS MARY McKINNEY: 98
MISS THELMA MADDOX: 56. 98
MR. FLOYD MASON: 98
MRS. BLANCHE MEADOWS: 98
MR. BENTON MILES: 98
MRS. EVELYN MONROE: 98
MRS. MARY MORELAND: 73. 79.
MR. CHARLES MOSSON: 98
MR GEORGE MUSE: 98 MR. STEVE OSISEK: 89
MR ROGER PADGETT: 99 MISS GRACE PATCH: 99
MR. ERWIN PRICKETT: 43, 99
MISS JOSEPHINE RASCOE: 99
MISS GAIL REID: 73. 99
MR HARRY RICER: 99
MR. RICHARD RICHARDSON: 99
MRS. LILLIAN SANGER: 100
MRS. MARY SEAY:
MR LOUIS SCHREINER: 100
MR. WILLIAM SHARP: 100
MRS MERCEOES SIMPSON: 100
MR STEVE SIX: 100
MISS MABEL SMITH: 91
MRS. WATKINS SMITH: 100
MISS SYLVIA SOMERS: 42, 100
MR. JONATHAN SOUTH: 100
MRS. PATRICIA STAATS: 101
MISS VIRGINIA STARKEY: 91
MRS. KAREN SUSMAN: 101
MRS. SHARON TATE: 101
MISS ANNE THOMAS: 75, 101
MR. ARNOLD THURMOND: 83, 91
MR. EUGENE TRUITT: 101
COL. E. G. VAN ORMAN: 101
MRS. MARY VAN ORMAN: 77, 101
COL. STANLEY VOSPER: 102
MRS LORA WALKER: 78, 102
MISS ELEANOR WATSON: 76, 102
MRS. DARLEEN WHITFIELD: 76, 102
MISS LULA WHITTAKER: 79, 102
MR. HOMER WILLIAMS: 2, 3, 89
MRS. BARBARA WOODS: 81, 102
MR. THOMAS WRISTON: 102
MR ROBERT YEAGER: 102
AGNER, PAUL: 8, 141
AITCHESON. DONALD: 8
AKERS. SALLY: 44. 110. 129. 130
ALEXANDER. BRENDA: 44
ALLEN. CHARLES: 8
ALLEN. DIANNE 74
ALLEN, PAUL: 152
ALMOND, KAREN: 143
ALTIZER, WILLIAM: 72
AMEY, BETH: 125. 131
ANDERSON. MICHAEL: 140
ANDOLSUN, SAFFAN: 8. 41, 130
ANDERSON. SHELLEY: 8, 40
ANDREWS, LARRY: 72
ANNICCHIARICO. STEFANI: 8, 109, 122, 138
ANTHONY, VASSILL: 44, 140
ANNIS, DOLORES: 74
ANTONACCI, STEVE: 8
ARNOLD. DEBORAH: 74
ASBELL. KATHERINE: 8, 44, 145
ATKINS. CAROLYN LEE: 44
ATTENS, SHIRLEY: 139
AYERS, MELVINIA: 8
BABER, GEORGE: 72
BABER, SHARON: 8,41,139
BADER. MARY ANN: 9. 122
BAER, WILLIAM: 72
BAIN, WILLIAM: 72
BAILEY, PATRICK: 9
BAIR. MARGARET: 44, 123, 138
BAKER. HELEN: 74
BALDWIN, BONNIE: 9
BANDER, SHARON: 9
BANDER, SHELLEY: 44
BANKS, CLARA: 44
BAREFOOT, BONNIE: 74
BARNES, CHARLES: 9
8ARNS, STEPHEN: 77
BARRY, GALER: 75
BARNETT, RALPH: 7, 9, 39. 41
BARNETTE, RONALD: 9, 39, 141,
BARRY, JAMIE: 44, 109. 142 BASELER, STEPHANIE: 44,138
BATES, BONNIE: 44, 113, 130, 142
BATES, LAWRENCE: 72
BATES. LINDA: 74, 83
BAXTER. MARILYN: 74
BAZILUIK, JAMES: 55
BAZZLE, BETTY: 9. 39 BEACH. ROSALIE: 44, 145
BEALL. JUDITH: 74
BEASLEY. TUCKER: 9
BECK, GEORGE: 9 BEHRENS, JACQUIE: 130
BEHRENS. JULIA: 74
BEIDELMAN, BARBARA: 122
BELK, CONNIE: 81
BENARICK, KENNETH: 44.152,
BENNETT, PATRICIA: 10. 147
BERGERON, DOMINIQUE: 72
BERNIER, JACQUELINE: 7, 10, 40,
109, 111. 114, 120, 125
BERRY, LINDA: 44
BERRY. NORMAN: 80
8IEFANO, GEORGE: 77
BLACK, VICKIE: 74
BLACKWELL, VERONICA: 10
BOAZ, STEPHANIE: 10. 112, 122,
BODDY, PATRICIA: 10, 145
BOGIE. ROBERT: 72
BONFIGLIO. STEFAN: 44.115.
BOSTON. RU'SSTINE: 44. 132
BOUGIE. JAMES: 72 SOUK, DAVID: 126
BOULWARE. MUSCO: 72 BOVE. BOBBY: 45, 143
BOWEN, ELLA: 74
BOWEN.DOUGLAS: 72 BOWEN, JAMES: 72 BOWLING. SANDY: 74
BOWEN. FRANCIS: 74 BOWMAN. DIANA: 44
BOYD, JOHN: 10
BOYD, THELMA: 45
BRACKENS. STEVE: 72
BRADFIELD. ALAN: 130,140
BRADLEY, CHARLENE: 10 BRANCH, JO: 10
BRASSEUR. LOUISE: 10, 45
BRECAR. RAY: 45
BREEDEN, BRENDA: 45 BREEDEN. JOHN: 45, 140 BRITT, ELLEN: 133
BROOKS. CARLETTE: 45. 135
BROOKS. KENNETH: 72 SROOKS, PAT: 11
BROOKS. RICARDO: 72 BROWN, ANDY: 124
BROWN, ANTHONY: 72
BROWN. CHARLES: 45 BROWN, DENNIS: 45
BROWN, HENRIETTA: 45
BROWN, PAT: 41
BROWN, THOMAS: 151
BROWN, WAYNE: 72
BROWN, WAVERLY: 153
BROWNING, ZANIE: 11
BRUNSON, ALVINA: 11
BRUNSON, 8RUCE: 61
BRYSON, JAMES: 77
BUCHANAN, CAROL: 74
8ULLARO, THELRECIA: 61 BULLMAN, ALICE: 11,144
BURCHAM, JACKIE: 74
BURGESS. KAREN: 11,133
BURGESS, ROSEMARY: 74
BURKE. ANTIONETTE: 11, 143
BURNS. JAMES: 6, 11. 40, 130, 114
BURNS. SHARON G.: 11. 109, 126,
BURNS, SHARON L.: 11. 120
BURTON, MICHAEL: 77 BUTLER, KEITH: 77
BYARS, PATRICIA: 74
BYRD. THOMAS: 185
CALDWELL, LARRY: 12
CALLAHAN. FLORENCE: 74
CALLAHAN, GLORIA: 74
CALLAHAN, LUE ANN: 45, 147
CALLAHAN, MARY: 12
CAMPBELL, KIE: 45, 120, 121, 124 CAMPBELL, PERRY: 124
CAMPBELL, VICKY: 138,142
CARR, LOIS: 12, 161
CARROLL, STEVEN: 120
CARTER, KENNETH: 153
CARTER, LINDA: 74
CARTER. ODELL: 77
CARVER, TIMMY: 61 CASEY, STEVE: 77
CASSIDY. JOHN: 61 CASSIDY, NANCY: 109, 161
CASTLE, CARLETTE: 74
CASTLE. CHRIS: 45 CHAFFIN. JAMES: 77
CHAPMAN, DEBORAH: 45 CHERRY, WILLIAM: 12. 146
CLARK, RONNIE: 12
CLARKE, TERRY LYNN: 45. 133 CLAY. MICHAEL: 12
CLEVENGER, CHRISTINE: 124
CLEVENGER. PAMELA: 61 CLOUSE. THERESA: 45 COBBS, MARILYN: 45 COBERLY. LINDA: 12
COBLE, JOHN: 140
COBLE, LYNDA: 12. 122
COBURN, DANA: 45, 142
COFFMAN. BEN: 130, MO, 161
COFFMAN, BUDDY: 45 COFFMAN, HENRY: 61, 132 COININSKY, FRANK: 77 COLBERT, ANTHONY: 77
COLEMAN. JANE: 13. 133, 135
COMBS, GLORIA: 46, 61 COMBS, WILLIAM: 13
COMISKY. GERALD: 161
COMPTON. GEORGE: 77
CONLON, CHRIS: 6, 7, 13. 40.
11. 112. 113, 120. 121, 125 CONLON. GEORGE: 13, 40. 147
CONNER, LINDA: 74
CONSTANTINO, BONNIE: 74
CONTEE, GWENDOLYN: 73, 74
COOK, BAR8ARA ANN: 13
COOPER, ANTHONY: 61, 130
COOPER, ELAINE: 74 COPELAND, ELLA: 81 COPPAGE, ELAYNE: 46 CORDELL, ALICE: 13, 144
CORSO, MARGUERITE: 43. 45.
108, 109, 113, 136, 137
196COTTON, TJUANNA: 13, 147
COUPLES, THOMAS: 13
COURTNEY, CHARLENE: 13
COXX. NANCY: 74
COX, TERRY: 109, 125
COX, WILLIAM: 77
CRADDOCK, KAREN: 72, 74, 135
CRAMER, CATHY: 74. 83
CRAWFORD, LAUREN: 81
CRAWFORD, PATRICIA ANN; 61
CROSS. ELEANOR: 74
CROSS. KEITH: 77
CROSS, LYDIA: 46
CROUCH, WILLIAM: 61, 130
CRUM, KENDA: 14, 146
CRUM. SHARI: 61, 133
DACEY, WILLIAM R.: 46, 130
DAMPIER, CAROL: 74
DAVID. BERT: 14, 38, 150,
152, 153, 154, 114
DAVIS, CHARLES: U7
DAVIS. HATTIE: 46
DAVIS, JOHN, 14. 147
DAVIS, JUDY: 14, 144
DAVIS, KAREN: 74
DAVIS, MARY LINDA: 46. U2
DAVIS. VERLETTE: 131
DEACLE. MARIAN. 61
DEAN, KENNETH: 14. 145
DEAN, LAWRENCE: 77
DEAVERS, DENISE: 74, 138
DELAUDER, JUDY: 46, 142
DELAY, LINDA. 139
DELLINGER, GAIL: 46, 109
DEMERS. HAROLD: 80
DENNING. BETTY: 124. 161
DENNIS, CHARLES: 61
DEWALT. WILLIAM C.: 14, 120, 132, 140, 143
DIAZ, SYLVIA: 74. 127
DIGGS. CLARENCE: 109
DIGGS, JOYCE: 46
DIGGS, LLOYD: 75
DIGGS. MAURICE: 75
DILLON, STEVEN: 14. 138
DIXIE, LINDA: 81
DIXON, JACKIE: 74, 131
DODD. ANDREW: 39
DODSON, DON: 46
CODSON, LINDA; 74
DOLE. JAMES: 49
DOMBROSKI, VIRGINIA U 110. Ill, 112, 113, 120, 121. '25
DOMBROWSKY, NINA 74
DONALDSON, HELEN: 74
DONALDSON, DIANE: 46
DONOVAN, LINDA: 74
DONOVAN. RONALD: 75
DOOLEY. JAMES: U
DOWDY, KAY 46. 136
DOWNEY. AGNES 74
DOWNEY, ILONA: 74. 133
DOWNS. DONNA LEE: 46, 133
DOWNS. JANICE: 46. 130. 133
DRUMMOND. MARGARET: U
GULIN. ANN: 74
DUNBAR, BILL: 15
DUNCAN. SHARON: 15. 143
DURRETT, RAYMOND: 75
EATON, PLEAS: 75
EDWARDS, GEORGE: 46
EDWARDS. GREGORY: 75
EDWARDS, MARY: 15. 147
ELLIOTT. ROBERT: 47
ELMORE. WILLIARD: 75
ENDERS, PHYLLIS: 74
EPPERLEY. ELLA JANE: 15
EUBANKS, KENNETH: 132. 153
EVANS, DAVE: 15, 130
EVANS, RONALD: 75 EVANS, WENDELL: 75 EVERETT, LEROY: 47
EVERETT, OLEATHA: 81
EXNER. KATHERINE: 15, 139
FACONER. WILLIE: 15, 152
FANNING. BARBARA: 15
FELTNER, LEE: 47
FERER, JAMES: 47
FERER, TOM: 80
FERGUSON, JACKIE: 73. 133
FERGUSON, PAUL: 75
FICKINGER. MARY: 43, 47. 123
FICKINGER, PATRICIA. 73 FIELDS, NELSON: 75
FIGGINS, BENJAMIN: 15
FIGGINS. WILLIE: 16
FISHER. DOROTHY: 73
FISHER. JAMES: 75
FLESHER. SARA 16, 122. 123 FOLEY. TERESA: 135
FOOTE. SHEILA: 16. 120, 133.
FOREST, BETTY: 16. U4
FORTUNE. HENRY. 16
FOX. LAURENCE: MO
FRAVEL, DONALD: 47
FREEAR, DIANNE: 73
FREER. CYNTHIA: 73, 83
FROMM, ELAINA: 16, 40, HO,
111. 112. 124, 125, 129, 130. 142
FULWILER, ANNE CATHARINE: 16. 108, 109, 110, 111, H8
FULWILER, VIRGINIA. 16. HO. 118
FUNKHOUSER, LINDA: 17
FUNN, LAUREN: 73. 117. 131 FURR. ALLEN: 47, 130
GAINES. BRENDA: 73
Gainey, vary margaret 47 120, 127, 129. 130 GAlER. BARRY; 83 CALLAHAN. VIKKIE: M2
GALLMAN, SHELIA: 47
GALLODAY. BRENDA: 73
GARDINER. DANIEL: 75
GARDNER. LAURIE 131
GARDNER. SPENCE 47. 127.
GARRETT. DEBORAH: 73
GEE, CHARLOTTE: 17
GIBSON, DAVID: 17
GIBSON, DIANNE: 73
GILBERT, BEATRICE: 73
GINN, JAN: 73
GINN. KAREN: 17, 40, 137, 136
GINN, SANDY: 73
GlOSClO. DENNIS: 47 GlAAB. SUZANNE: 124
GOCHENOUR. BRENDA: 63. 139 GCCHENCUR. PEGGY: 17, U7
GOCHENOUR. ROBERT: 80
GOLCCHIEN. KAREN: 17, 139
GUILLERMO. GOMEZ: 127
GOODRICH. CHARLENE: M2
GOOCRICH, EMMA: 17, H3, 1 3
GORDON, JAMES: 47, 129
GORDAN, STAN: 75
GORE, REGGIE: 81
GRAHAM, MARGARET: 17
GRAY, NORMAN: 63
GRAY, REGINA: 17, 123
GREEN, DONALD: 80
GREEN, JOHN: 47, 130, 132
GREENSPAN, KATHY: 73, 109. 135
GREGORY, JAY: 63
GRIFFIN, SALLIE: 18, 111
GRIFFIN. SUSAN: 38, 82, 108.
GRIFFIN, WANDRA: 43, 47, 122
GRIMES, FAY: 47
GRIMES, MARY: 73
GRIMSLEY, BONNIE: 73
GROSS, MARGARET: 73
GROTTO, PATTY: 73
GROVES. LESTER: 82
GUTRIDGE. BETTY: 73
HARRON. DARLENE 81
HAGAN. BARBARA: 56. 63. 135
HALCOLM. JOHN: 130
HALEY. JAMES: 80
HALL. CARROLL: 82
HALL. CHARLES: 150. 152.
HALTER, MARY: 48
HAVED. MARTHA 48. 120. M3
HAMMERSLY. GERALD: 82
HANEY, SHELLY: 63
HANNA, ROSEMARY: 73
HARDESTER. DON: 82
HARDING. CAROLYN: 75
HARDING. JANELL: 48. 109
HARMAN. MICHAEL: 122, 132
HARMAN, PEGGY: 132
HAROLD, LOIS: 48
HAROWETZ, JACKIE: 48
HARRIS. BRENDA: 73
HARRIS, LINDA: 73
HARRIS. TERRY: 46
HARRISON, JAMES: 63
HARVEY. KENNETH 43. 48
HARVEY. MARTY 124 125
HASSvER. JAMES 63. 109. 113. 129. 132
HATCH. COLBY: 43. 113. 130
HATTON, CARL: 82
HATTON. DIANE: 63
HAWKINS. LUCILLE: M7
HAWKINS. ROBERT: 19. 40. l
HAYNES. CLAUDIA: 72. 75. 132
HAYNES. MICHAEL: Ml
HAYNES. ROB: 82
HAYWARD. CHARLES: 132
HEAD, LONNY: 82
HEDTKE, MARK: 43, M0. Ml
HENDERSON, WALTER: 63
HENSLEY, CONNIE: 75
HENSLEY. RUTPH: 48
HERNANDES, JANA: 75
HICKS. REBA: 63
HICKS, ROBERT: 40, 109, 114
124, 152 HIGGINS. BONNIE: 63 HILE, BRENDA: 144
HILL, BECKY: 74
HILL. BRENT: 109, 124.
HILL, LINDA: 63
HILL, REBECCA: 75
HILL, SANDRA: 75
HILL, SHEILA: 75
HIMES. CARY: 63. 152
HINES, DONALD: 63
HITT, LINDA: 63
HODGES, JOY: 75, 131
HOLLINS, RAMONA 75
HOLLIS. JEAN: 48
HOLLOWAY, JOHN : 63
HOLLOWAY, MARGARET: M2.
HOLLOWAY, MARGARET 48, ’ 2
HOLMES, ALAN: 63, M3. 152
HOLMES. DEBORAH: 163
HOLMES, LARRY: 43
HOLMES. MARCELLA: 131
HOOKS. JEAN: 63
HOOKS. LEE: 82
HOPPE. JULIA: 63
HOPPE. THODORE: 82
HOOPER. JAMES: 138. 151,
HORGAN, ROSEMARY: M2
HORNBACK. CHRIS: 82
HOROWITZ, JACKLYN: 120, 133
HOTTLE. BILL: 63
HOUCHINS. ANNA: 63
HOVERMALE, ROGER: 82
HOYLE, REBECCA: 64. 135
HOWARD. STEPHEN: 82
HUBACK. JOHN: 82
HUDGINS. ALICE: 48, 109.
HUDSON. JACQUIELYN: 75
HUDSON. RICHARD: 82
HUGHART. MARILYN: 75
HUGHES. BARBARA: 75. 109.
123, 124, 129
HUGHES. HARRY: 155
HUGHS. JO ANNE: 75
HUGHES, RICHARD: 82
HUGHES. SUSAN: 48, 123. 124
HUGH. LINDA: 75
HUMPHRIES. CAROLYN: 41
HUMPHRIES. CLAUDIA: 64. 113
HUNNICUTT. DEBRA: 64. 124
HUNNICUT. WILLIAM: 82
HUNTER ELIZABETH: 75
HURST. TOM: 82
HUS3ANDS. CLAUDE: 111. 1 M, 115, 124
HUTCHISON, LINDA: 75
HUTCHINSON. ROLAND: 82
HUTCHISON. STEPHEN: 82
HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM: 82
HYLAND. ROBERT: 48
IBARRA, LUZ: 81
ISLER. GLORIA: 64, 1C9. 133 139.
JACKSON, CAROLYN: 43. 130
JACKSON, CHARLES 64
JACKSON. MARY: 48. 130. 13-
JACKSON. SUZANNE 75 JACKSON. THOMAS 82 JUAREZ. RICHARD: 115 JEFFERSON, DANNY 15-0. ‘2
JENKINS. ALAN 60. '09
JENKINS. GARY: 81
JENNIER. LYNN. 7 '33
JENNINGS. Ga.E 75
JENNINGS. SANDRA 4? 3
197-Ess sSS 'EPES 50. 164
JE'SEE E.AisE 75. 109. ,25-
JEWEU BRENDA 49 JEWELL. LINDA: 49
JIWENE2. ROLAND: 02
JOHNS. JONILYN: 75. 83
JOHNSON, ARTHUR: 8'
JOHNSON. DARLA: 64
JOHNSON, ELAINE: 49, 132, 135
JOHNSON, ETHEL- 75 JOHNSON, LEE: 81 JOHNSON, LINDA: 81
JOHNSON. MATTHEW: 49
JOHNSON, SANDY: 81
JOHNSON, VICKIE: 133
JOINER. PEGGY: 75
JOSES. eERNtCE: 4 JONES. CATHERINE: 64. '32
JONES. DALE: 78. 109. 135 JONES, DAVID: 81 JONES. FREDRICK: 81 JONES. INEZ: 78 JONES. MARY: 78
JONES, ROCERICK: 81 JONES. STANLEY 81 JORGENSON, GRACE: 64 JUAREZ. MARGARET: 49, M2
JUAREZ. RICHARD: 80. 83
KARAS, AUDIE: 81
KEARNEY, WILLIAM: 49, 109
KEITH, FREO: 132
KELLER. DIANNE: 78
KELLEY. GEOFF; 81, MO KELLEY. PAT: 73. 135
KELLY. WILLIAM: 130. MO
KELMINSKY: 64, 130
KENDRICK, KAREN: 49. '09. 130.
KENNEDY. MARY: 64. 136. 138 KENNEDY. SHIRLEY: 64. 133, '39.
KENNEDY. STEVE: 49
KENTES. MICHAEL: 45. 109
KIDWELL. KAREL: 78
KIETH. FRED: 81
KILLELEA. STEPHEN: 64
KILLION. PAT: 145
KING. NANCY: 78
KISER. AUDREY: 109. 112, 120.
130. M3 KITTS. ROY: 81
KLOW. RICHARD: 64
KLUTZ. WARREN: 49, 124
KNlCHEL. DAVE: 81
KNIGHTING. KATHERINE 49. 139 KNOUSE. BOB: 81
KOLB. THOMAS: 81
KANKEL. JOANNE 124 KOTULICK. JOHN: 8'
KOZiOL. KAREN: 49. 122. '30 KREBS. MARGARET 49 109, ’22.
KRYWICKI, STEPHANIE 64 KWIATKOWSKI. CHANTEL 23 KYLE. ANDREA 78 LAINBETH. DEBBIE: 78. '33
LAMBERT. CONNIE: 81
LAMBERT. RONNIE 49. 118. ,24
LAMPSHlRE. NICHOLAS 38, 108, 109. 110, III, 112. 115. 120
LARSON, BETTY: 78
LASTIK. MARSHA 64
LAWHORNE, RONALD 50
LAWRENCE. JAMES 81. '32
LAY. ELIZABETH 129. 131 LAY, SUSAN: 78 LAYMAN, EUGENE: 64
LAUB. WAYNE: 81
LAWSON. CRAIG: 81. 109
LEA, KAREN: 78 LEMAY, WANDA: 78. 109
LEE, JIM: 81
LEE. PAULA: 139
LEFLER. FRANK: 64
LEFLER. VICKY: 64
LESTER. JOHN • 132 LEWIS. FRANCINE: 81
LEWIS. LEAMAN: 64
LEWIS. PATRICIA 78 LEWIS. TED: 73. 80
LIGGIO. CHRISTINE: 78
LITTLEJOHN. ELIZABETH 40 LLOYD. BEATRICE 78 LOMAX. MARGARET: 78
LONG. CAROL: 64
LOWE. ANNETTE M : 131
LOWRY. WILLIAM; 78 LUCAS. SYLVIA: 78
LUDLOW, STUART; 50 LUKAS. VICTORIA: 78. 133
LUMPKIN. DENNIS: 78
LUNCEFORD. PATRICIA 4. 24. 40.
120, 123, 130
LYLES. PAULA 139 LYNCH, CATHERINE: 50, 130
MAC BRIDE. NANCY: 139. 142
MACKLIN. KELLY: 77. 109. 136
MAGNER. CHERYL 77 MANESS. DEBORAH: 41
MANESS. JAMES 80 MANKIN. HELEN: 77
MANKIN. LINDSEY 40 MANNI, VINCENT 78 MARKELL. MARGARET 65 133 MARSH. MIKE 50. 127. M3 MARSHALL. PAULETTE: 77
MARSTON. ALTON: 50
MARTELLI. ROSE MARY: 77
MARTIN. MARTHA: 50
MATTHEWS. BETTY: 65
MASON. NOREEN: 50. 147
NALLS. LAWRENCE: 78
NAPPER. CHARLES: M5
NASHWINTER. SANDRA: 26 NEELY. VAN: 78
NEFF, KATHY: 65 NEIL. DONNA: 65
NELSON. FRANCIS: 27 NELSON. JERRY 147 NELSON, SHARON 51 NICKLE. KENNETH 80 NIXON. BETTY: 27, 39, 41. 108.
NORMAN. BETTYE 51 NORRIS. RICHARD MS. '46 NUHN. RICHARD 51 M0 OLEARY DENNIS 27 O LEARY. ROSLYN 66 M2 OLIVER. JAMES 66 O NEIL. DIXIE: 66
ONTKO. ROXANN 109. 135. 138
ORSINI, ANDREA 51 ORSINI. LUCY: 66
ORSINI, ROSE MARY 77 ORTIZ. HENRY: 66
ORTIZ. MARTHA 66
OSBORNE. JUDY: 81
OTTENS. PATTY: 77
OTTENS. SHIRLEY: 66. 133
PALMER. LYNN: 66. 133
PARENTE, CYNTHIA 66
PARKER. BRENDA: 66
PARKER. GEORGE: 27, Ml
PARKER. JEFF: 80
PARKER, WALTER: 80
PARKS. JANICE: 77, 131
PARMAN. PAMELA: 27, M7
PATRICK. MARIE: 4. 27, 38. 41. Ill, 115, 117, 120, 136, 137
PATTEN. LAURA: 77
PATTERS. GEORGE: 27
PATTERSON. JAMES: 51. 120
PATTERSON. JERRY. 66
PATTERSON. THEODORE 80
PAYNE. MARGARET: 66, 109. 139
PAYNE. ROGER: 51. U6. M7
PAYTON. GWENDOLYN: 51
PAYTON, LINDA: 27
PEARSON. CYNTHIA 77
PEEK. BECKY: 77. 133
PEEK. VICKY: 51
PEELE. JACK: 4. 27. Ill, 112.
113, 1M. 115. 120. 121. 124
PENN. MIKE: 80 PERCY. PHILIP: 27 PEREZ. FERNANDO: 51
PERKINS. MIKE: 42. 51. Ml PERKINS. THOM 80 PETERSON. FRED 80 PETERSON, Shirley 51 PETTEY. DRUCILLA 28. HI. H2. H3. IU. 120. 122. 131. Ml
PETTEY. RITA 77. 138
PETTiT, DANA 28, 109. 120.
PFEIFF. DOROTHY: 51
PHILLIPS. ERWIN: 80
PHILLIPS, PAUL 66
PITTARD. ShaRCN 28
PITTS. ROBERT 28. 66. 124
POLAND. LINDA 77. 132
POLLARD. DONNA 76
POLLARD. RITA: 51
POLK. CAROLYN: 28. 112. 122.
POSEY. DAVID: 28 POTTER. CARROLL: 80
POWELL. BRIAN: 80. 109
PRICE. GEORGE: 80 PRICE MARY: 28 PROCTOR, MARTHA: 51. M2
PROFFITT, DOUGLAS: 28
PRUITT. CHRISTINA M2 PUDDY, JOHN: 4. 28. 120 PUGH. SCHERRY 51 PUGH. STEVEN 29. 40, M7 PULLEY. WALTER 51 PLLVAs. DEBORAH 51. '27. 129. 138. M2
PlRYEaR NANCY: 66 135. M2 PUTMAN. SANDRA 52 QUINTERO. DORA: 81 RADCLiFFE. KATHLEEN: 29
RADCLIFFE. MIKE: 29 RAILEY. CHRIS: 29
RAINEBERGER. EDINARD: 80
RAISON. SUE: 76
RANDALL, GREGORY: 80 RANDELL. MARTHA: 52. 131
RATCLIFFE. CLELAND: 29
RAWLINGS, ROBERT: 29
RAY. WILLIAM: 66
READ. DAVID: 66
READ. ROBERT: 29. 132, 135
REAM.Y. CONNIE: 29, 38. 41.
REED. CHARLOTTE; 66. 124
REEO. ELIZABETH: 43. 52. 66,
125. 130, 138
REEDY. DENNIS: 52, M6
REGISTER, MARGARET: 66, 138
RElCHENBACH, MICHAEL: 66
REICHENBACK, STANLEY: 80
RENSHAW. BONNIE: 30
RENZI. JOHN: 30
RHINE. ROBERT: 80
RHODES. BEV: 52
RHODES. CAROLYN: 76
RICE. CAROL: 66
RICE. JOE: 80. 115
RlCUCCl, JEAN: 66
RlDGELY, MARTHA: 67, 129, 130
RIDGELY. SUELLEN: 7. 30. 40.
110, HI, 112. 114. 120, 129, 130
RILEY. DANIEL: 80
RILEY, JOAN: 67
RINALDI. ROCCO: 80
RINERS, WILLIAM: 80
RITTER. PATT: 30. M2
ROACH. DANNY: 80
ROACH. GARY: 67
ROBERTS. ANITA: 67
ROBERTS. DON 80
ROBERTS. GARY 67. 124
ROBERTS. KAREN: 30. 133, 135. 139
ROBERTS. TOMMY: 67 ROBERTSON. ELLEN 76. 109 ROBEY. CAROL: 67. 142
ROBEY. WILLIAM 52. 124. 138.
ROBINSON DONALD 67 ROBINSON MARY: 30. M4
ROCChiO. VICTORIA: 30 RODOA. NANCY: 138
ROGERS, CAROLYN: 81 ROGERS. GERALDINE: 30 ROGERS. SCOTT: 30. 40. 41
ROSE. DONALD. 80 ROSS, SHARON: 52
ROSS. DEBBIE: 52, M2 ROUSH. LAWRENCE: 79
ROY. ETTA: 31
ROY, MAY: 42. 52. 130. 136, 137
ROY, ROBERT: 79
RUSK N JONATHAN 31, 123,
25 29. 130. MO. HI. 115
RUSS. CHARLES: 79
RUSS. JEANETTE: 52
RUSSEL, DEBBIE: 76, 109
RUSSELL. DORENA: 31. M2
RUSSEL. IDA: 81
RUSSEL. KAREN: 52, 130. 3 . 138
SAITTA. ROSEANNE: 42, 52. 136. 137
SALYERS. DANA: 81
SALZINGER. RUTH: 31
SAMPSON, TOM: 31 SANDERS, DAVID: 79 SANDERS. SUSAN: 59. 108. 109
SANDERS. SUSAN: 67
SANDERS. ELLEN: 31 SANFORO. KATHRYN 67
198SARvER. JAMES: 79
SAUNDERS. CHRISTOPHER 52
SAUNDERS. JANET: 31. 132
SAUNDERS. MILORED 76
SCAFFIDO. KAY: 12S, 131. 135.
SCAFFIDO. PAUL: 79
SCHECTER. PHYLLIS: 79
SCHIATTAREGGIO. ALLEN 79
SCHILLING. KATHLEEN: 31. 122
125, 129. 131. Ill, 115
SCHILLING, MARK 52. 125. 129 140
SCHMIDT. BARBARA: 124
SCHLAG, KATHY: 76
SCHLAG. MARY: 32
SCHLAG. PAT: 32
SCHNETZLER. KATRIM: 76
SCHROTT. ILENE 130. 131. 67 SCOTT. DEBORAH: 43. 52, 127 SCOTT. OENICE 76. 127
SCOTT. ELWOCD 67 SCOTT. GLORIA: 53
SCOTT. JOHN: 52
SCOTT. TERESA 67
SECCURO. BECKY 67. U3 -25
131, 135 ' •
SECORD, LAUREL 76
SEARGEANT. LINDA 32
SELF. BONNIE: 67. 139
SELF. DIANE: 53, 139
SELF. MICHAEL: 67
SELF. MILLARD: 32. U7
SELF. TOMMY 32. 40
SETTLE. HILTON: 53. 109 120
124 • v'
SETTLE. RONALD 79. 109
SETTLE WAYNE: 32. 40. :22
SHAFER. MARGARET 53
SHAIN. JOHN: 79
sheer, frank 53
SH:FFLETT. ELAINE 76 Shifflett, janet 76 Shifflett, joyce 76 ShinGlETCn. Guinn 53 SHIREY. JOHN 7. 122 151 ,53 SHIREY. RALPH 32
Shrader, melvin 79 shuck, kathy 53
SIBOLD. BRYAN: 32, U
S BOLD. STEVE: 67
SIERS. GEORGE U5 S -COX, PHYLLIS: 67
SILLIMAN, LINDA 53. 13J 139 S vPSON, LAURA 53 S MS. JOHN: 67 S MS ALLEN: 67
S MS. AMOS: 67 SiRSERT. ROSEMARIE: 76
S'SKEY RICHARD 79 SKEENS. BOBBIE 67. U2 SKIDMORE. KAREN: 76
SLiVINSKI. BRUCE 32 SUVINSKI. SUSAN: 67
SMALL. GARNETTE: 81
SMALLING. WALTER 122, 124
SMART, DEBORAH: 67
SMITH. BEVERLY: 76
SMITH. BOBBIE: 127
SMITH, BOBBIE: 76
SMITH, DIANE 53. 113. 127, 133
SMITH. EARLE 68. 122
SMITH. IRVING 7. 33. 124
SMITH. JAMES 33. 130
SMITH, JIM 146
SMITH. JUDITH DIANE: 53
SMITH. KENNETH: 33. 40. 130,
151. 152 SMITH. MARY: 76
SMITH. NANCY: 76
SMITH. RONALD: 33
SMITH. 5TUERT: 53 SMITH, VIRGINIA: 76
SMITH. WILLIARD: 79
SNIDER. DEBORAH: 68
SNIDER. DCRIDA 68 SNIDER. JANE 130 SOBOUESKI, DEBBIE 76 SOERADO. AMY: 33
SOwa. JOYCE 53. 138 SPANGLER, JANICE 79 SPARKS. JENNIFER 33 SPEER. JOHN 53. 131
SPRAGUE STEVE 33. 38 40.
STACKEY, JOANN 79 STAFFORD, SHIRLEY: 79
STAMPER. JOYCE: 79
STANDLEY, JANET: 5. 53. 109.
113. 120. 127. 130
STANLEY. JANET: 53
STANLEY. NORMA 53, 22
STANTON. OCTAVIA: 53. 115, 122
STAPLETON. CALVIN: 54
STARKEY. JOANN: 109 135
STEFFEY. VICKI: 68 124
STEVENS CATHY 79
STEWART GERALDINE 79
STEWART. IVAN 79
STOKES. C-ARlETTE 68 35
STONE. PATR CiA 33
STONE. S-ARON 65
STORCK. KAY 54
STOVALL. MILDRED 33
STRICKLAND. GLORIA 79
STRICKLAND. MARIA 33, 136 137
STRICKLAND. PAT: 79
STRICKLAND. RICHARD: 68 STROCK. BETTY: 34 SUAREZ. TONY; 53. 127, 140 SULLIVAN. CAROLE: 54, 133
SULLIVAN. GREGORY: 68
SULLIVAN, MARY: 54
SURKLEWICZ. JOE 68 SUTTON. PATRICIA 54 SUTTON. STEVE 34 SWARTZ. JOAN: 34, 144
SWEENEY, EDWARD: 80 SWICEGOOO. REBECCA: 68, 142
SWISHER. JOHN: 76
SWISHER. MARGARET: 79
SWISHER. PAT: 54
TABOR. BARBARA: 79
TABOR. LEE: 76
TAEOR. MARY BELINDA LEE 34.
TALLEY, BARBARA 41 TAYLOR. GRADY: 76 TAYLOR. ROBERT LEWIS: 76 TAYLOR. BOBBY: 34
TAYLER, ROBERT: 76
TEASDALE. EULA: 34, 120. 125.
TERREL. SAVOY: 76
TERRY. SHIRLEY: 79
TESH. LYNN: 81
TESSIER. NORMAN R 68. 124
TESSIER. ROSE-MARIE 34. Ill,
THACKER. BETTY 63 THOVANN, MARK Charles 6S THOMAS. BEVERLY: 133
THOMAS. BRENDA: 79
THOMAS. DEBORAH 68. 132 THOMAS HERBERT 34. 41 THOMAS. IVORY 131 TmOvaS. KENNETH H : 54
THOMAS. LAUREN 68 THOMAS. PATRICIA 54. 117 THOMAS. SANDRA 54 THOUSON. NELLS 68 TIETZ. URSULA 79 TILLERSON, JANE: 79
TONG. DAVE: 54. U0
TOPSCOTT. WILL. 76 TRIMBLE. DAN: 76
ULBRIGHT, DIANA: 79
UNDERWOOD. LINDA 35. 139 UNTERBRINK. MARGARET: 81
VALOIS. DENISE 68, 131 VALOIS. DENNIS 68 valOiS, miC-aEl 35 VANDERWARKER CAROL 66 VAN DYNE. GLCR A 35 VARGA BRENDA 6?
VARNEY. DON 76 VENNON JAIMIE 69 '39. 542 VERNON ROONEY 35 VINCENT. LESLIE CAROL 69 VIS SINGH. SATYA: 35 VONES. FRANCES: 54
WALDm.AN. BYRON: 124, U6
WALKER. CHARLES: 35
WANZER. RALPH: 69
WANZER, RALPH: 69
WARD. CHARLES: 55 WARD. SANDY: 138 WATKINS. LINDA 69 WATKIN, RHONDA 79 WATSON. LINDA 69. 132 WATSON. NOLCOMiC 78 WATSON. TOM 76 WAUGH. MARTHA 55. 133 WAU6H0P. PAT 133
WAYLANO. JAMES 35
WAYLAND. LAWRENCE 3 4
WAY LAND. SCOTT 69
WEAVER MILTON 76
WEBBER. PEGGY: 36 124 29.
WEINTRAUB, SUSAN e9 17 WELBORN. JANiCE 55 WELLS. 2ORA 76. 109 WENDEROTH. JOANNE 36 44
WENDEROTH. WENOY 69 36
WEST, CHARLOTTE 69 WEST. DANNY 69 WEST. JOYCE 55 WEST, KENNETH '47 WEST, LINDA 79 WEST. SANDRA 36. 144 WESTBROOK. JANET 5S
WESTBROOK. MAITLAND 36 3:
WESTBROOK. ROBERT 55
WHEATLEY. KATHY: 81
WHEATON. SUSAN 36. 40 :09 III. 120. 123. 125
WHETZEL. CARLA: 69. 14 U2
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