Glass High School - Crest Yearbook (Lynchburg, VA)
- Class of 1943
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Q First Row: Wright, Owen, Dillard, Campbell, Thompson, White. I
1 Second Row: Pettyjohn, Callaharn, Blankinship, Martin, Driskill, Walters, Anderson, Mofiit.
if ' Third Row: Handy, Poindexter, Dalton, Crews, Williams, Jacobs, Krebbs, Mr. Bennett.
Editor-in-Chief ...... .......... E dwin Dillard
,N Assistant Editor ..... .......... .......... ....,. ...............,......... B a i n e Pettyjohn
1 Class Editor ....,.. ....,....................................,.............................. H elen Owen
, Assistants ....... ..,...... B etty Martin, David Moiiit, Ruth Ann Dalton
T Activities Editor ..,.,.........,...,,,.i...,......,,,.,,.,..,.,,.,,.,,........................... Budd Blankinship
Assistants .........,...... Iackallen Handy, Barbara Kreblos, Frances Williams
School Editor ..,.....,. Q ,.,.,,,.........,...............,............,............................... Betty Thompson
4 Assistants ....... Margaret Callaham, Iimmy Anderson, Phyllis Poindexter
'l Art Editor ,..,..,.. , ..................................,.,.................. ...............................,.. Harold White
li Business Manager ....... ........ E arl Campbell
i Assistant ,...,,,.... ,...... l.. ewis Driskilil
T Photographer .,,,,,, ,..,.....,......,............................,............... C' harles Wright
Typists .,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,, .,....., C onnie Walters, Helen Iacobs, Selene Crews
Editorial Advisor ....... ...................................................... S . Henry Bennett
Business Advisor ,.,,.,. ........ M arqaret F. Williams
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In these trying times, what conld be more appropriate
than that the staff ofthe '43 Cfrest choose as its theme
the :Armed Cgorces. 8 Glass is already nobly
represented by its Qflllnmni, and many of the class of , U
'43 will soon be joining them in our struggle for the. I
inevitable triumph of right. '
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Wfe have inissect this terin a meniher of our ztacuity,
who tor a score of years has slervect effectively as a
teacher ot rnathematics anti a Wise anct wining coun-
seior to successive generations ot Juniors. His iasting
trienciship anci ever-reacty anct untiring help has
inacte his retireinent a ttetinite ioss to our school.
Free! B. MCLdUT1.W
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PAULINE T. FISHER LIEUTENANT LESLIE H. MCCUE. IR
Dean of Girls Assistant Principal
Con leave with ihe U. S. Ncxvyl
CHARLES M. ABBOT
CLIFFORD D. FOX
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LEONE CHAFFIN NORVELL CRAIGHILL
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ADDIE T. EURE TACK W. EVANS
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SAMUEL R- GAY ELIZABETH C. GLASS
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Physical Education Head of History Office Secretary English English
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Mathematics English Distributive Education History
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Mathematics Head of the Business Education History
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S. HENRY BENNETT WILLIAM H. CONNELLY LT. 6.13.7 GROVER W. EVERETTE
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LT. THOMAS M. FUNK LT. Cj.g.J EDWARD OGLESBY LT. lj.q.J WILLIAM C. PAUL
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September 9-School started today, and it's grand to be a high and mighty
September 19-We played our first football game today with Crewe. They
beat us 5-U, but we have good prospects for our team. V
September 22-Our scrap metal drive started today, and the school is really
going at it in a big way. We got a powerful shove off with 2,228 pounds.
October 8-Frank Hobbs, the Senior Council Chairman, introduced our
class officers in assembly this morning. They are: President Hamner Gay, Vice-
IpZeside1i1tLorene Dalton, Secretary Christine Mathews, and Treasurer Warren
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October 16-Senior Day! How wonderful it was to come to school eating
and chewing .and hollerin' for all we were worth. King and Queen of Senior
Day, Bichard Kunz and Helen Owen, presided over a hilarious assemblyg and
all in all, this is one day l shall never forget. .
October 17-We had a very successful walking Senior Parade, led by the
band and our new drum majorette, Bunye Beinburg. After yelling all over
Main Street, it was on to the stadium where our Hilltoppers, headed by Captain
Sparky Blanks, beat Portsmouth 12-7.
November 2lwOh, unhappy day! Despite the grand fight our team put up
in the last quarter, Roanoke planted a ruthless blitzkrieg, 27-7, to end our
December 4-The David Garrick Club put on "lt Happened Next Tuesday"
tonight, and it was something new. One of the best, l'd say.
December lle-Our Senior Banquet was a great success, thanks to Anne
Gowen and her committee. Following a very enjoyable speech by Uncle
Charlie, we topped off the evening with dancing.
December 15-Today we elected. Lorene Dalton as our Best Girl Citizen.
She will represent our honorable edifice in the State. ,
February 23-24-I-low nice it was to have a holiday these two days, and
how much nicer it was to help Uncle Sam with his grub rationing.
March 10-We really had a novelty in assembly today. Iimmy Scribner,
in personfintroduced us to his fun-making lohnson family.
March 19-We're positively getting patriotic! The Student Council had a
dance tonight to buy a flag for every home room.
April 7-The select Seniors were bestowed with N .H.S. honors today.
Hildreth Strode, Bobby Stickley, Christine Mathews, and Warren Mitchell are
in the spotlight as officers.
April 16-l saw the final performance of the opera "Erminie" tonight, CThank
you Coca-Cola Companyll and the Commentators who put it 'at the top of the
list were-n't talking through their hats. Lucie Wailes really showed for her
honors, and Mr. Nicholas, Uncle Charlie, Miss Williams, and all the 'rest
deserve a big hand.
April 19-We really went over big on the Ieep Campaign which ended
today. Instead of buying one we bought sixty-two with General Eisenhower
handing over her sword to the victorious MacArthur and her fighting brigade.
May 14-l saw "Green Stockings," the Senior Play, tonight, headed by
Buddy Curlee and Helen Owen. lt was a scream.
Iune ll-Well, l finally made it, though I kind of hated to end my days at
E. C. Glass. l-lere's hoping the following classes will have as much fun as we
did this past year. Paying final tribute to our Alma Mater, it's now forward
march along the winding road.
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M. W. Christian
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HARVEY WRIGHT GALLOWAY
President ......... ......i..,............,.. ........ B e ulah Harvey
Vice-President ........ .......... P egqy Wright
Secretary-Treasurer .. ........ Robert Galloway
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First Row: E. Martin, Thornas,'Staples, O'Kelly, Bell, Bethel, Bryant, Faulconer.
Second Row: Ratclifi, M. Martin, Slaughter, Krebbs, Bolton, Dalton, Hudson, Mitchell.
Third Ftow: Lewis, Wiley, Smoot, Gannaway, Driskill, Thompson, Morrissette, Ware, Strode.
Fourth Row: Gay, Cherry, Mason, Coffey, Wright, Miss Fisher, Blankinshlp, Mathews, Gowen.
Fifth Row: Plunkett, Lichtenstein, Elder, Rosser, Price, Braden, Tweedy, Hubbard, Tinsley, Patterson,
President .......... ...................... ,....... i ldreth Strode
Vice-President .... .......,,...... B ob Stickley
Secretary ....... ...... C hristine Mathews
Treasurer .... ............. F rances Elder
The purpose of the National Honor Society is to promote better scholar-
ship, leadership, character, and service among the students ot the public high
schools in America.
On being elected to this organization, the new members take this pledge-
"l pledge myself to uphold the high purposes of this society to which I
have been elected, striving in every Way by word and deed to make its ideals
the ideals oi my school and ot my life."
Every year this society coaches backward students as a preparation for
examinations. There is also conducted a "Iunior High Day" for the purpose of
introducting prospective students to the school.
Quill and Sem!!
First Row: Miss Moore, Blankinship, Driskill, Slaughter, Gannaway, Patterson, Giles, Tinsley.
Second Row: Wriqht,'GoWer1, Cherry, Thompson, Smoot, Morris, M. Martin, E. Martin.
President .....,,..,. F ...,... Shirley Slaughter
Vice-President ..... ........ E clith Gannaway
Secretary ....,,.,.,. .................... I une Drislcill
Treasurer ...,.......... ................ R udd Blankinship
Faculty Advisor ..,.. ........ M iss Evelyn L. Moore
The Quill and Scroll is composed ot' students Who have done outstanding
work on one oi the hiqh school publications. l-le must be in the upper third
oi the class' and recommended by the advisor oi one of the publications and
his Work must be approved by the national secretary of the Quill and Scroll.
The purpose of the Quill and Scroll is to induce pupils ,to aid the best
interests of the community, to be loyal and reliable Workers, to aid the
cause of better journalism, and above all to seek the truth.
The J-flylz Uma?
First Row: Covington, Pearson, lackson, Slaughter, M. Cherry, Hippert-, Wright,
Second Row: Blankinship, Srnoot, Morris, G. Stanberry, L. Stanberry, Driskill, Moftit.
Third Ftow: Gunther, Dirom, Kay, Baldock, Schewel, Gilliam, Cox, Anderson, Dillard.
Fourth Row: Byrorni, Lichtenstein, Hundley, Goad, Mclvor, Beard, Handy, Williams, Beam
Fifth Row: B. Cherry, Bristow, Snead, Bowen, Gowen, Thornhill, Curlee, Mr. Bennett.
Co-Editors ......,........... ....... M argaret Cherry and Shirley Slaughter
Assignment Editor ...... .... L ..................................................... R udd Blankinship
Managing Editors ....... .......................................... A nne Gowen and Dot Smoot
Associate Editors .............. ....... B etty Lichtenstein, David Moffit, Charles Wright,
Reporters and Columnists ............. Q, ............. Alfred Curlee, Ada Schewel, Ellen Thornas,
Shirley Mclvor, Kakie Hundley, Sally Hughes, Iune Driskill, Anne Beard, Leslie
Stanloerry, Evelyn Mclvor, Ioyce Hippert, Frances Kay, Bobby Cherry, Gene
Stanberry, William Gunther, Bob Bristow, Haddon Snead, Mary ..Bowen,
Sports Writers ..,...,....,........ Walter Beam, Iimmy Anderson, Bobby Dirorn, Ben Thornhill
Exchange Editors ,,,..,.. ,,,,...,....,............,......,. ............... ........ M a rn ie Cox, Margaret Skelton
Artists ,..,....,,...,......,.,.,,..,. ..................,... I -iope Covington, Michael Byrom
Advertising Manager ..,.................................................,.......... . .................. .... M UTY Leirlirlqer
Advertising Assistants ...,...................,........ Peggy Jackson. lean Campbell, lohn Dillard,
lackallen Handy, Frances Williams, Sally Baldock, Truett Gilliam
Statt Photographer .........,............................... ,... ........ .........-.......----..-.......-- A--- - - C h GTISS Wfiqhi
Business Manager ..... .,...,........................................... . . .........-.------------.---.--4--------- EC11'l MCIffiI'1
Head Typist ............................................................ ....... , ........................................ I Oyce Hippert
Typists ,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,..,.....,....... Selena Crews, Rejina Ramsey, loyce Pearson, Mavis Good,
lean TankerslGY. lanice Miles, Dorothy White, lean Brown
Faculty Business Advisor ......, .,... . ..,............................................ -... M i SS MCITQCIIGT W11l1UH1S
Faculty Literary Advisor ........ .--.-.-.---------,.------- S - H- EGUHSU
First Row: I. lones, Pearson, Staples, Martin, Patterson, Bolton, Page, Blanks, O'Kelly.
Second Bow: Beam, Murphey, Morrissette, Edmunds, Noel, Goad, Carwile, Mason, Thompson,
Third Row: Miss Holmes. Knipp, McWane, Mathews, Gannaway, Giles, Elder, Callaharn, Campbell,
Fourth Row: White, Horner, B. Iones, Raines, Sirnos, L. Tinsley, H. Tinsley, Lloyd, Gay.
Co-Editors .........,.......,.......... ................,. M ary Belle Patterson, Marion Martin
Literary Editor ,,......... .......... , .,.....,v..................................................... H erbert Tinsley
Assistant Literary Editors ....... ...,..., E va Staples, Rebecca Bolton, Betty Thompson
Poetry Editor ..........,,....,.,,,,... ,.....,...,....................... 1 ..,......,................... D oris Blanks
Assistant Poetry Editors ..... ..,..............,.,.. V era Page, Dan Adkins
Feature Editor ...............,,.,........ ...................................................................... E dith Gannaway
Assistant Feature Editors ..,...,...,................,....,......,..,... Cynthia Knipp, Ieanne Morrissette
Commentators .............. lohn Lee Giles, Hammer Gay, Louise Wiley. Iohn William Iones
Editor of Magic Mirror ................................................................,..................... Iohn Lee Giles
Exchange Editors .............. ........ P at Murphey, Lois Tinsley, Vtfalter Beam
Alumni Editors ....,..........., .....,..............,.,,,..., M ildred Edmunds, Bill Phillips
Art Editor ......................... .,.......,......,....,.....,.....,.................................. H arold White
Assistant Art Editors ..... ................. E cldie Horner, Cecil Thaxton, Iimmy Robertson
Head Typist ..........,,,.,,.....,..................................,..,................,.......,,................,,..,,.. Mavis Goad
Assistant Typists ........................ Kathryn Raines, Frances Elder, Polly Mason, Virginia
Sumpter, Christine Mathews
Faculty Advisors ........................,...,..,,.,... .,.,.,.. M iss Ruth Blunt, Miss Kathleen Holmes
Pmofreaders ,..,........................,....,..... .................... B arbara Tinsley, Mary Braden
Circulation Manager .......,..............,. ......, . .,..............,..,........,........ V ance Knott
Assistant Circulation Manager ...... ...,,.,,..,. B obby Iones
Business Manager ..,.......,............... .......,, E arl Campbell
Assistant Business Manager ...... ,..,,,,,,,,,... E arl D1-iskill
Advertising Manager ....,...,...,........,.................................,,.,,....,..,,,...,,.,.,,.,,,..,. G. C. MoGehee
Assistant Advertising Manager ...................,,......,..................,.....,....,..,. Margaret Callaham
Solicitors .........,.....................,.. Polly Mason, Deane Garner, Helen O'Kelly, Peggy Noel
Business AClViSOr ..............................................................................., Miss Margaret Williams
First Row: Robertson, Blanlcs, McCarthy.
Second Row: Hawkins, Morris, Sandiclge, Turner.
Third Row: Loving, Terrence, Evans, Anderson.
Fourth Row: Robinson, Averett, Gay, Marsh.
Fifth Row: Hobbs, Wingfield, Holston, Phillips. .
Sixth Row: Lackey, Dawson, McDow, Tyree, Morris, Sydnor.
Seventh Row: Holt. Curlee, Mr. Smith, Mr. Horner, Hamilton, Galloway, Dill.
President .......... .... "Sparky" Blanks
Vice-President ....... ....,......,...... B unker Hill
Secretary ...,,..., .,.., 1 .Aubrey Robertson
Treasurer ......,,..............,.....,....,........................,............... 'lack McCarthy
The Varsity Club is one ot the outstanding organizations of our school.
Members of the club are composed oi athletes, managers, and cheer-
leaders who have won their varsity letter. The purpose oi the club is to pro-
mote sportsmanship and interest in intra-mural and inter-scholastic athletics.
The club also tends to uphold school morale by dances and other social
functions given throughout the year.
First Row: Ashworth, Pillow, Fore, Worley, Saunders, Turner, M. Fuenmayor.
Second Row: B. Fuenmayor, Coleman, Gurney, lacobs, Ellett, I-lippert, M. Moore, Gowen, Creasey.
Third Row: Reinberq, Cherry, Wright, Terrell, Maupin, Mrs. Powell, G. Stanberry, L. Stanberry,
President .......... ...... M abel Worley
F Vice-President .... ....... M arion Turner
Secretary ...... ....... B etty Saunders'
Treasurer ,.............. ......... R uth Pillow
Social Chairman .... ...,............ M arnie Fore
Faculty Advisor ...... ........ M rs. ludith Powell
The Monogram Club is composed of qirls who have earned monoqrams
by participating in the various athletic activities. Plans have been made for
a picnic and a scavenger hunt in the spring. Due to the physical fitness pro-
gram the Monogram Club has not been as active as in the previous years.
First Row: Mclfaden, Spencer, Hardison, Hancock, Liming, Lamprou, Lane, White, Cofieyf Brooks,
Duncan, Deaton, Williams, Padgett, Childress, Billingsley, Faulconer.
Second Row: Mitchell, Iacobs, Early, Governor, Nuckles, Boswell, Gay, Pearson, Colemanf Knowles,
Holloran, Martin, G. Torrence, Butterworth, L. Moore, D.'Morris, D. Brooks, Thomas.
Third Row: Campbell, Holt, Franklin, Fitzgerald, Peters, Brown, Ramsey, Mathews, Parris, Worley,
Iohnson, leiferson, Costas, Ashworth, Field, Burnett, Watson, Goad, E. Martin.
Fourth Row: Lowry, Cash, Scruggs, Nowlin, Brown, Waltham, Marks, Pillow, Berry, Mrs. Burmahln,
Crews, Saunders, Worley, Pore, Witt, Henderson, Hughes, Carwile, Driskill, Boggs.
Fiith Row: Litchford, Short, Creasy, Joyner, Simos, St. Clair, Hight, Mason, Woodall, Gowen, Eddy,
B. Pillow, Miss Porter, Elder, Hippert, Raines, Crist, Sumpter, Ienninqs, C. Brooks.
Sixth How: Dalton, Hudson, Stone, Singleton, E. Terrence, Crouse, Almond, Powers, Davidson,
Mr. Burmahln, Giles, Morris, Howard, Bell, C. Parrish, Crooks, Murphey, Wade.
Special training is offered the students ot business education to prepare
them tor work atter school has been completed.
Instruction in typing, bookkeeping, accounting, commercial law, and
office training is given in addition to required academic subjects.
Students ot this department serve as bookkeepers, treasurers, accountants,
and auditors for various high school clubs, organizations, and publications.
' The cafeteria bookkeeping and cashier work is also done' bythe senior
commercial students. V
Many of these students upon completion ot this course work as ste-
nographers or have various other duties in Lynnchburg's leading business
Each year enrollment of the Business Education -Department increases.
Crrzdc and Industrial Shops
First Row: Rodkes, Trctylor, Burnette, G'Conner, Whitmore, Blanks, Tuggle, McGraw, Langford.
Second Row: Malloy, Almond, Harris, l-lamlet, Spradlin, New, Goodman, Moore, Bullock, Thurmond.
Third Row: Mr. Griffiths, Padgett, Lindsey, Arthur, Deaner, Braziley, McQuarry, Bibb, I-lollaran,
Fourth Row: Burford, Eades, Bondurant, King, Henson, Pickett, Thompson, Hudson, Rosenberger,
Iackson, Mr. Maxwell.
Fifth Row: Lindsey, Wilkerson, Haden, Davison, Mr. Fox, Young, Ferguson, Wingfield, Ashworth.
Trade and Industrial Shop Courses, which were first added to the high
school curriculum in the fall ot 1938, provide at the present time training in
machine shop, electric shop, sheet metal shop, and mechanical drawing, in
well equipped shops housed in Monroe School building.
Students are required to spend two hours each day in shop work, one hour
in related drawing, and three hours in the pursuit oi the regular academic
courses prescribed for high school graduation.
First Row: Mr. Turkel, Sweeney, Murrell, Nuckles, Spencer, Rutledge, Ryan.
Second Row: Craft, Swain, Walters, Kavcmauqh, Neubauer, Hackett, Smith, Evans.
Third Row: Moore, Taliaferro, Creasy, Gordon, Honig, Morris, Wright, Brooks.
President .........,... ...., E ................. ..,..,. D o rothy Nuckles
Vice-President ......,..... ......... F red Murrell
Secretary-Treasurer ..... ...,..... D an Adkins
The social Activities of the club were somewhat curtailed this year on
account of the War and increased employment. Besides several meetings the
club held a Wiener roast at College Lake.
Each member of the class is employed in a store or other distributive
agency on a part time basis. The number of hours of employment and the
rate of pay have run higher this year than in the past.
While many ot the students will continue in Retailing after graduation,
the class and Work experience will be of great benefit to all regardless of the
occupation they follow at a future date.
First Row: Strode, Bolton, Iackson, Rutledge, Cline, Drinkard, Davis, O'Kelly, Blankinship, C. Wright.
Second Row: Miss Phipps, Gurney, Staples, Krebbs, Ellett, Giles, Kash, Slaughter, Franklin, Marsh.
Third How: App, Graves, B. Wright, D. Scott, Coffey, Owen, Knipp, A. Scott, Ftatcliff, Myers,
Fourth Row: McVeigh, Thomasson, Smith, Holston, Tinsley, Spradlin, Fraysier, Price, Hubbard,
Lichtenstein, Howard, Wingfield, Snead.
President ............ ...........,.......... .......... H i ldreth Strode
Vice-President ..... ........ S hirley Slaughter
Secretary ................... ...... G eorge McVeigh
Assistant Secretary .... ........ R egina Fraysier
Treasurer ........,.......... .,...,........ B etty Thompson
Faculty Advisor ....,.................,........................... Miss Beulah Phipps
The chief purpose of the chemistry club is to give students who ,are inter-
ested in extending their knowledge in Chemistry practical information.
The club membership is limited to those taking 3B chemistry or those Who
have completed chemistry. A
The club has had several interesting field trips and programs by members
of the club. The visits to various chemical plants and the programs have been
found of great benefit to its members. '
First How: Leathers, Slaughter, Wood, Knipp, Staples, Fuenmcxyor, Edith Moore, Elva Moore.
Second Row: Ryan, Byrom, Gowen, Braden, Murphey, Gay, Mrs. Gregory, M. Moore, I. Moore.
President ....,. ........... E va Staples
Secretary ...., ......... C ynthia Knipp
Treasurer .........,. ....................... N ancy Wood
Faculty Advisor ...... ...... . .. ....... Mrs. Fendall L. Gregory
The French Club is an organization of all 4A and 4B French students with
an average of 85 or above who are interested in becoming more acquainted
with the language and the customs of the people ot that country.
Meetings are held twice a month at school or at the homes ot the various
members. The club activities consist ot French plays, games, current events,
talks, and songs.
First Row: Mcl-laney, Noel, Martin, Bryant, McGann, Skelton, Thomas, Myers.
Second Row: Morrissette, Kash, Wiley, Davis, Spencer, Campbell, Colbert, Owen, Noel.
Third Row: Moore, Plunkett, Gordon, Ratcliff, Bullard, Smoot, Cox, Gannaway, Lewis, Anderson.
Fourth Row: Bowen, Wells, Hubbard, Cherry, Edmunds, Hundley, Miss Bell, Fraysier, Price, Pat-
Betsy Ratcliff ,... ........ P resident ......... ....,.. E dith Gannaway
Irvin Lewis s......... ..,... V ice-President ....... ..,.......,... I une Thomas
Dorothy Smoot ........ ........ S ecretary ........ ...i.Shirley Mae Ware
Robert Noel ......... ..,..... T reasurer ,............................. Peggy Noel
Faculty Advisor ................................................,. Miss Harriette S. Bell
The Spanish Club is ior 4B Spanish students who are 'particularly inter-
ested in learning more about the people and the life ot Spain.
Meetings are held once a month at school and at the homes oi the various
members. At these meetings which are conducted in Spanish, the members
discuss problems of interest, sing Spanish songs, and play games.
First Row: MacDonald, Martin, Almond, Friend, Wailes, Shepperd, C. Short, Oppleznan.
Second Row: E. Dalton, Owen, Foster, Mathews, Davis, R. Dalton, Pillow, Everette, Evans.
Third Row: Carter, Chenault, Harvey, Pearson, West, Ford, Buchanan, Gilliam, Black.
Fourth Row: Smith, Christian, Barger, Mayberry, Hughes, Vanaman, Hunt, Cottey, Wright, Tyree.
Fifth Row: Mahanes, Wade, Watts Ferguson, Sisk, Thomas, Sherertz, Brooks, I. Harvey, Good,
Sixth Row: Hobbs, Iefferson, Doss, Blanks, Ramsey, Roberson, Hudson, Mr. Nicholas, W. Peters,
A. Harvey, Ballou, MCDOW.
President ............................ ............ M avis Goad
Vice-President ...................... .............. F rank Hobbs
Secretory and Treasurer ...... ....... C hristine Mathews
Librarian ............................... ................... T om Short
The Acappella Choir, under the direction of Mr. W. I. Nicholas, has had a
very successful season having shown their talent at several churches as Well
as in other civic affairs. Their most outstanding performance was the opera,
"Erminie," which was presented in the spring.
Each member, upon entering the choir, received a voice test, and those
seniors having been in the choir two years, received a pin in appreciation tor
their accomplishments in music. This pin was presented at the spring banquet
given by the music department.
The purpose of this organization is to enlighten the musical soul of the
school as well as the community.
First Row: Oppleman, Estes, Ramsey, Burnett, Bullock, Pate, Bletz, Mayberry.
Second Row: Coleman, Gowen, Worley, White, Hudson, Poindexter, Early, Sellars, Dobson.
Third Row: Bowman, Iohnson, Mitchell, Knowles, Thomas, Grey, Childress, Driskill, Liming,
Fourth Row: Honiq, Motley, Fulks, Conson, Layne, B. Fix, Field, Roberts, Hubbard.
Fifth Row: Higqinbotham, Fitzgerald, Dunaway, N. Everette, C. Everette, M. Templeton, I. Temple-
ton, Evans, R. Fix, Hundley.
Sixth Row: Nowlin, Waltham, Showalter, Mr. Nicholas, Carwile, Chewninq, Ware, Smith.
The Chorus this year was the supporting cast in the opera, "Erminie."
The Chorus is the foundation of the Acappella Choir. Members of the
Chorus who have completed their vocal training are then eligible tor the
The Chorus, under the direction of Mr. W. I. Nicholas, has an important
part in the music department. '
First Row: Sanclidge, Osborne, Cancller, Gerhardt, Ramsey, Conson, Brown.
Second How: Iohnson, Eubank, E. Brewer, Howard, Butler, Covington, Rosser.
Third Row: McCarthy, Hammer, Hudson, Dillon, Curlee, Peters, Callaham.
Fourth Row: Wade, East, Reinberg, Mr. Nicholas, C. Brewer, Singleton.
President ........... ....... I ack McCarthy
Vice-President .... ...... W allace Peters
Treasurer ....... ...... B ill Hammer
Secretary .... ....... Pt alph Rosser
The Band, though somewhat smaller this year, has been a Very efficient
organization. They have played at various civic and patriotic rallies this year,
aside from the regular pep rallies and football games. No other organization
in school does more to promote the morale ot the student body than the band.
The band had the honor of furnishing music for the presentation of the Army-
Navy "E" award to Glamorgan Pipe G Foundry Company.
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First Row: Iorclan, Adkerson, Markham, Hughes, Trevey.
Second Row: Krebbs, Torrence, M. Moore, I. Moore, Tucker, Fore.
Third Row: Hogan, Garrett, Ieiferson, Stanberry, Andrews, Franklin, Harvey.
Fourth Row: East, Turner, Knowles, Plunkett, Daniel, Cohen, Beam.
Fifth Row: Martin, Hudson, Mr. Nicholas, Goacl, Callaham.
The Orchestra under the direction of Mr. W. I. Nicholas plays an important
part in school activities.
The Orchestra contributed much to the success of the opera, "Erminie." The
orchestra also played at the assemblies and plays given during the past year.
First Row: Davis, Crews, Blanks, Atherholt, Coates, Skelton, D. Williams, Magann, Zimmerman,
R. Hackett, Costas, Mitchell, Brown, Miss Craighill.
Second How: Feinn-ian, Field, Kash, Lichtenstein, Canada, Fix, Worley, Murphy, Davis, Callaham,
Pierce, Clark, Hunt, Sisk, Black.
Third Row: Ramsey, Deaton, Ratcliff, Iohnson, McCausland, Kittleson, V. Henderson, Moore, Creasy.
S. Blanks, Garrett, D. Henderson, Andrews, Cox, Dillard.
Fourth Row: Murrell, Stevens, Holt, Harvey, Keeling, Callaham, Thomas, Arthur, Mitchell, Gowen,
Morton, Wright, Suttenfield, Graves, Hancock.
Fifth Row: Martin, B. Holt, Taliaterro, Anderson, Hundley, Noel, Tyree, Litchford, Jarrett, Elam,
Calhoun, Bristow, Christian, Averett, Oppleman.
Sixth Row: Snead, Snow, Taylor, Sisk, Davis, Falwell, Tyree, Campbell, Lucado, Watson, McGehee,
The Library Council Was organized in 1925. The staff and the Representa-
tives make up the library council.
Seven pupils Work in the library during each period and before and after
school. Under the supervision of the librarian, Miss Norvell Craiqhill, the staff
members rotate on their several duties and also learn to do every phase of the
library Work. There are also a treasurer, collector, messenger, and two typists.
The representatives of each home room bring the books to the library.
The library is the heart of the school, and the council serves as the veins
First Row: Robertson, Honig, Lamprou, Cox, Brooks, Wallace, Abbot, Campbell, YlVood, Iones.
Second Row: Covington, Canada, Craft, Peters, Stephens, Frey, Conson, Smith, Matheny, Hickock,
Third Row: Blackwell, Arington, Blanks, Morris, George, McWane, Robertson, McCausland, lessee,
Mason, Blood, Fore, White. ,
Fourth Row: Giles, Wingfield, Lichtenstein, Arthur, Williams, Witt, Staples, Giles, Bell, Williams,
Robertson, MacLeod, White, Holt.
Fifth Row: Waltham, Boze, Crooks, Gordon, Hamilton, Cheatham, Byrom, Moore, Lloyd, Horner,
Dill, Boyd, Thaxtorn
All students in the art department may become members oi the Art League.
The purpose of the Art League is to give a general course in art apprecia-
tion, dealing with the elements of the beauty in nature and creation and also
stressed is the history of architecture and the fine and useful arts.
Meetings are held once a month at the loeginnin- ' of each group and talks
are given by pupils on some great work ot art, or ,ome great painter. Each
group has its own president, vice-president and secretary. .
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First Row: Wright, Martin,, Edith Moore, Rutledge, lackson, Bryant, Dalton, Staples, Elva Moore,
Second Row: Loving, O'Ke1ly, Morrissette, Pearson, Governor, Owen, Bolton, Smoot, Wiley, Lincoln,
B. Martin, Mitchell.
Third Row: Myers, Gannaway, Edmunds, Staples, Colbert, Murphey, Knowles, Worley, Honig,
Cox, Kash, Deaton, Tate, Turner.
Fourth Row: Driskill, Watson, D. Morris, E. Morris, Coffey, M. Turner, Fore, Mason, Ware, Cherry,
. Fraysier, L. Moore, Spradlin, Price, Elam.
Fifth Row: Evans, McDaniel, Howard, Brooks, Plunkett, Tinsley, Patterson, Mr. Abbot, Goad, Rosser,
Anderson, Iennings, E. Martin, Iefferson.
Sixth Row: Dufford, Browning, Blankinship, Tuggle, Marsh, B. Howard, Bowen, G. Watson, Hammer,
Curlee, Campbell, Craig.
President ............ ........ M arqaret Cherry
Vice-President ...... ............ l une Thomas
Secretary ,,,,,.,, ...... W Ctrren Mitchell
Treasurer .,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,............. ,,....r.,,.......... L oyd Faulconer
The Civics Club is composed of members of the civics classes ot past or
current years. The object is two told: to furnish opportunity for improvement ot
the knowledge of the members of government as it is practiced and to promote
social fellowship and entertainment.
Trips to seats ot government have featured previous years, but this has
been impossible for several years.
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First Row: Strode, Miss Payne, Covington, Scott, Gay, E. Hubbard, Staples.
Second Row: Couch, Abbott, Wood, Zimmerman, Berman, Markham, Crews, Nowlin, B. Hubbard.
Third Row: Thornhill, Davis, Wilkerson, Knipp, Mayo, Case, Coffey, Howard, Brockenbrough,
President ........ .,..... E d Hubbard
Vice-President ..... ......... H arnner Gay
Secretary ....... ................. A nn Scott
Treasurer .....................,....................................,........... Hope Covington
The Student Council was organized. in October, 1940. Its purpose is to
promote cooperation between faculty and students and to inaugurate and
support worthy student enterprises.
Activities ot the year have been primarily patriotic. The scrap drive, the
dancerto buy flags for every homeroom, the reqular sales of stamps and bonds,
and the jeep campaign, have been the main activities.
David Gdffffk Fingers
First Row: Blankinship, Ellett, Hughes, Markham, Staples, Bolton, Martin, Moore, Denny. '
Second Row: B. Ballou, Mrs. Nicholas, Davis, Lichtenstein, Owen, Loyd, Iackson, Krebbs, Wallace,
Third Row: D. Ballou, Coffey, Driskill, B. Hubbard, Kay, Iennings, Gannaway, Graves, Litchtord,
E. Mclvor, Dillard, Dalton, Gibbs.
Fourth Row: Snead, Shepperd, Howard, S. Mclvor, Hubbard, Sherertz, Gober, Knipp. Short,
Lemmon, Plunkett, Curlee, Hudson.
Helen Owen ...... ............. P resident ......... ....... C arolyn Graves
Eva Staples ......,... ......., V ice-President ......,. ......... D orothy Scott
Grace Loyd ................ ...... S ecretary ......... ....... M arion Martin
Rudd Blankinship ...... .......... T reasurer ......... ............ B ill Howard
Carolyn Graves ...... ,....... N on-Executive .....,.. . ..... Q ....... Helen Owen '
Edward Hubbard ...,......... Board Members ,,............ Edward Hubbard
Faculty Advisor ..,....................,.............................. Mrs. H. T. Nicholas
The David Garrick Players were more than active this year, especially in
the first semester. There was presented in the fall, a timely play, "lt Happened
Next Tuesday," which was considered of excellence as high school plays run.
Four one-act plays, for the most part directed by the pupils, were presented on
assembly programs. '
During the spring the club members principally submitted their talents to
the opera and the senior play, doing both acting and back-stage work. ln May
there was a special assembly for the awarding ot monograms to the members
who had achieved at least seven points in dramatic work, which was accom-
panied by a one-act play with an all girl cast. A final play was presented late
in the year, completing a most successful season.
First How: Blankinship, Candler, Davidson, Hubbard, Myers, Kunz, Summerson, Covington.
'Second Row: lohnson, McVeigh, Dillard, Dirom, Hawkins, Peters, Callaham, Druen.
Third Row: Bristow, McNutt, Watson, App, Richards, Hamilton, Coleman, Lemmon.
Fourth Row: McDow, McCarthy, Taylor, Mr. Driskill, Wells, Hughes, Thornhill, Curlee, Galloway.
President .,,,.,,,.... .,..............,... ...... E cl Ward Hubbard
.Vice-President ,..... ........ A lfred Curlee
Secretary ..,....,, ....... T om Hawkins
Treasurer ...... Bobby Dirom
Chaplain .... ................. T om Turner
Advisor .... ..... M r. Lawson Driskill
The motto of the Hi-Y Club is "c1ean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean
scholarship and clean habits." Our Lynchburg Club tries to instill these ideas
of clean living into its members.
In this past year our president was elected president of the district I-li-Y
at the conference held in Clifton Forge. Other activities of the club in the
past year are the Father and Son Banquet, Hi-Y Dance, and the "planning"
conference at Camp Bibee and the vocational talks at the Weekly meetings.
1-l - 3.
TRI-HI GIRL RESERVES
First row: McCausland, Goad, Mathews, Driskill, Gowen, Dalton, Mitchell, lacobs, Crews, H.
Mitchell, lones, Moore.
Second row: Berman, Walkup, Fraysier, Martin, Miss Thomas, Fore, Smith, B. Tinsley, Brooks,
Arthur, Loyd, Cox, Handy, Wallace, Bryant, M. Fuenmayor, Rutledge.
Third row: Holland, I, Tinsley, Crank, Mason, Henderson, Hill, Terrell, Maupin, Logan, Coffey,
Lincoln, E. Moore, Graves, Cherry, Bolton, Drinkard.
Fourth row: Oppleman, Gordan, Hughes, Ratcliff, Tate, Saunders, Mclvor, Kay, Shepherd, Carter,
Fifth row: V. Fore, Burnett, B, Fuenmayor, Giles, Richardson, E. Mclvor, Hudson, McWane, Stephens,
Reinberq, Plunkett, Spradlin, Matheny, Phelphs, Blanks, Lichtenstein, M. Crank.
Sixth row: Powell, Simpson, White, Coleman, Ashworth, Butterworth, Hancock, George, Staples,
Walton, Fitzgerald, Motley, Franklin, Case, Ramsey, Gray, Flowers, Arthur.
Seventh row: Cohen, Raines, Ford, Kabler, Clay, Irby, B. Pillow, Layne, Coffey, Callaham, White,
Paige, Scott, Braden, Tyler.
President ............. .A......,............. ..A,.......... A n ne Gowen
Vice President ..A..............., ................... L orene Dalton
Secretary ..,..........................,. ..,.... R ose Marie Mitchell
Corresponding Secretary ...... .,..,.............. I une Driskill
Treasurer .,...................,v...,.... .,.. A ...Christine Mathews
President of Senior Club ...... ........ I ean McCausland
President of Iunior Club ......... .............. H elen Iacobs '
President oi Sophomore Club ....................................,....... Helen Iones
- Girls Reserves are the junior members ot the Y. W. C. A. They have
always been very' active as a service organization, but now during a time
of War, their service is needed more than ever. Even so they have fun.
Girl Reserves help to develop leadership among its members as they plan a
Well rounded program of value and interest around topics relating to vo-
cations, health, the arts, current affairs, personal relations and religion.
Fust Row Robertson, Iustice, Hobbs, Pearson, Blanks, Marsh, Morris, Gay, Galloway
Second Row Burnett, Dill, Phillips, Torrence, Hamilton, Sydnor, McCarthy, McDow, Hawkins Tyree Campbell
Thrrd Row Kee-fer, W. lacobs, Knott, Sutteniielcl, Pettyiohn, Holt, Lackey, Wingfield, Evans Averett App
Fourth Row Mr. Srnilh, Bowen, Hundley, McNutt, Iohn Gorman, Thomas, Druen, Feinman Opplernan Glass Mr Funk
Fifth Row Morris, Boyd, Harper, Drinkard, Kelly, Iirn Gorman, Winfree, Ballou, Siegal E Iacobs Sandiclge
SCHEDULE AND SCORES
,.....,2U Clifton Forge
U lohn Marshall
.......25 Thomas Iefferson
First Row: Anderson, Iackson, Dawson, Spradlin.
Second Row: Holston, Krebbs, Curlee, Wright.
The Cheer Leaders are important cogs in our athletic setup, Regardless
of Weather, they could be counted on to be present at the football games, to
cheer our team to victory.
All pep meetings in the auditorium Were led by these Cheer Leaders, as
Well as at games.
The Cheer Leaders add to the feeling of friendship between the schools
by making friends with the Cheer Leaders from the other schools.
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First Row: Babbitt, Galloway, Watson, Wright, Law.
Second Row: Morris, Braden, Mr. Evans, Thomas, Coleman.
President ........... ............ G uy Watson
Vice-President ...., ....... R obert Galloway
Chief Operator ,...... ,......, C harles Wright
Secretary ........... ........,.... D onald Law
Treasurer ..,..,. .v....... G ordon Thomas
The Motion Picture Club and its officers have cooperated in the War effort
to the fullest extent in the showing of War pictures and also health pictures
such as Tuberculosis, etc., this year. Due to the change in schedule, however,
there have not been as many pictures shown because -of the discontinuance
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DAN ADKINS "Critic," Poetry Editor: Honor League, Secretary-Treasurer, Retail Selling Club.
GRACE ALINE ANDERSON Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Art
IOI-IN POWELL ANDERSON Honor League, Civics Club, Senator: Library Council, Cafeteria
Assistant, Track '43, Basketball '42.
CAROLYN N. ARTHUR Senior Council, "Crest," "Critic," "High Times," Honor League, Tri-Hi,
Civics Club, Art League, Athletic Association, Library Council.
IUNE MARIE ARTHUR Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Acap'
pella Choir, Retail Selling Club.
WILLIAM W. AVERETT. IR. Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Monogram Club '42, Band, Orchestra,
H. R. Representative Athletic Association, Football Squad '4O"4Z, Varsity '42,
ROBERT BARKSDALE Honor League Council, Athletic Association, Cafeteria Assistant, Track
KELLY BATSON Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association, H. R.
Representative Athletic Association.
ANNE BETH BEARD "High Times" Reporter, Tri-Hi, Chemistry Club.
ELIZABETH ARLENE BELL Honor League, Tri-Hi, Art League, Athletic Association.
LELIA THERESA BELL Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, H. R. Representative Athletic,
Association, Athletic Bookkeeper, Cafeteria Typist, National Honor Society.
MARIE BETHEL Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Office Assistant for Mr. Turkel,
National Honor Society.
WILLIAM RUDD BLANKINSHIP Senior Council, Quill and Scroll, Treasurer: "Crest" Staff, "High
Times" Assignment Editor, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Iustice: Chemistry Club, Dramatic Club, Stage
Manager, Treasurer: Library Council '41, Cafeteria Assistant '41, Contest Play '42, Opera '41,
National Honor Society.
DORIS ELLA BLANKS "Critic," Poetry Editor: Honor League, Orchestra, Chorus, Acappella Choir.
LAWRENCE BLANKS Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Varsity, President: Art League,
Athletic Association, President: Library Council, Chorus, Football Squad 5 years, Football Captain
l year, Track 3 years, Basketball 2 years.
CHARLES HUBERT BOGGS Cafeteria Assistant '41, Honor League.
REBECCA ANN BOLTON "Critic," Assistant Literary Editor: Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Latin Club,
Chemistry Club, Dramatic Club, Chorus, Operas, National Honor Society.
DORIS IEAN BOSWELL Honor League, Trifl-Ii, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
MARY ELIZABETH BOWEN Art League, Vice-President: Acappella Choir.
ROBERT BOWEN Civics Club, Spanish Club, Cafeteria Assistant, Football Squad, Track.
E. THURMAN BOYD, IR. Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Athletic
Association, Football Squad '41, '42.
RALPH BOZE Honor League, Chemistry Club, Art League.
IOHN ALFRED BRADEN "High Times," Associate Editor: Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic
Association, Motion Picture Club, National Honor Society.
E. FRANCES BROOKS "High Times" Typist, Tri-Hi, Chorus.
IEAN WINI-'REE BROOKS Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
tSee page 16 for pictures? 72
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KENNETH BROWN Honor League, Business Education, Cafeteria Cashier, H. R. 'Representative
Athletic Association, Athletic Books.
RUTH EVANGELINE BROWN Honor League, Library Council, Athletic Association.
WILLIAM FLEMING BROWNING Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club: Athletic Associa-
tion, Orchestra, '39, '40, '4l. f
DORIS LEE BRYANT "Crest" Staff, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Athletic Association, National Honor
KATHLEEN 'BRYANT Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
MARGARET BULLARD Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Honor League, Spanish Club, Athletic Association,
MARGARET MCKINLEY CALLAHAM "Crest," "Critic," Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Associ-
ation, Library Council, Chorus, Opera '41, '42, Minstrel '42,
WILLIAM MERRYMAN CALLAHAM "Crest" Staff, Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Art League,
Band, Orchestra, H. R. Representative Athletic Association.
ULYSSES DAVID CAMPBELL Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Football Squad
'42, Varsity Club, Track '42.
RAYMOND EARL CAMPBELL Business Manager -"Crest," Business Manager "Critic," Honor
League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, H. R. Representative Athletic Association.
IEAN HAMPTON CAMPBELL Advertising, "High Tirnes"g Honor League, Civics Club, Latin Club.
Spanish Club, Athletic Association.
IOYCE CARWILE Honor League, Tri-Hi Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Chorus,
CHARLES H. CHEATHAM Honor League, Civics Club, Vice-President, Art League.
MARGARET CHERRY Quill and Scroll, Co-Editor, "High Times"y Tri-Hi, President, Civics Club:
Spanish Club, Monogram Club, Debater '42, Tennis '42, National Honor Society.
ALTA MAE CLARK "High Times," Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, Library Coun-
IEAN TAYLOR CLINE Student Council, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, Library Council.
ANNE COFFEY Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, National Honor Society.
DOROTHY EVELYN COLBERT Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Honor League. '
SHIRLEY IUANITA COLBERT Tri-Hi, Honor League, Acappella Choir.
MARIORIE COLEMAN Honor League, Commercial Club, Retail Selling.
GEORGE SPYROS CONSON Honor League, Band, Orchestra.
IANE IAMES CONSON Honor League, Tri-Hi Club, Civics Club, Art League, Chorus.
MACK HOWARD CONWAY Honor League, Athletic Association.
MAMIE COX Exchange Editor, "High Times"g Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Latin Club,
Spanish Club, Athletic Association, Library Council.
BARBARA EVANS CRAFT Honor League, Civics Club, Art League, Retail Selling.
tSee page 17 for picturesl 74
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E. B. Howsnrorz, Asst. Cashier
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WILLIAM CRAIG Civics Club, Athletic Association.
ELENA VIRGINIA CREASEY Commercial Club, Monogram Club, Dramatic Club, Library Council,
Acappella Choir, Volley Ball '42, Tennis '42, Basketball '42, '43, Red Cross Knitting, Minstrel '41,
Retail Selling Club.
LILLIAN O'NEAL CRIST Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Chorus.
ROBERT IAMES CROOKS Honor League, Art League, Athletic Association.
ALFRED T. CURLEE Senior Council, "High Times" Photographer and Columnist, Hi-Y, Vice-Presi-
clent, Civics Club, Varsity Club, Dramatic Club, Band '40-'43, Cafeteria Monitor, Cheer Leader '43,
Opera '43, Senior Play, Track Manager '4l, Contest Play '42,
LORENE COLES DALTON Senior Class, Vice-President, Student Council '4l, Tri-Hi, Vice-President
of Sophomore-President lunior Club, Latin Club '41, Chorus '41, Latin Tournament '41, '42, Na-
tional Honor Society.
IOANNE 'DAVIS Honor League, Tri-Hi, Secretary '41, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club,
Athletic Association, Library Council, Chorus, Acappella Choir, Latin Tournament '38.
RUTH VIRGINIA DAVIS Tri-Hi, Honor League.
VIRGINIA MAY DEATON Student Council, Hall Monitor, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Com-
mercial Club, Athletic Association, Library Council.
CHARLES IOSEPH DIFFENDAL Honor League, Hi4Y, Civics Club, Dramatic Club, Athletic Asso-
ciation, Track '42,
DONALD GEORGE DILL. IR. "High Times," Representative, Student Council, Representative,
Monogram Club, Art League, Library Council, Football Squad '40A'42, Varsity '43,
EDWIN RUCKER DILLARD "Crest," Editor, "High Times," Circulation Staff, Honor League, Hi-Y,
Civics Club, Spanish Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Cafeteria Assistant, Track '40-'42,
IOHN DILLARD "High Times" Advertising Assistant, Honor League, Vice-President, Hi-Y, Civics
Club, Dramatic Club, Stage Properties, Athletic Association, Basketball '4l.
LEWIS CONWAY DRISKILL "Crest," Assistant Business Manager, "Critic," Assistant Business
Manager, Student Council, Civics Club, Commercial Club, H. R. Representative Athletic Association,
National Honor Society.
MAX DRUMHELLER Honor League, Athletic Association.
RUSSELL T. DUFFORD, IR. Honor League, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association,
Track '42, Basketball '42.
EVELYN MARIE DUNCAN "High Times," Typist, Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club,
Athletic Association, Chorus.
ROBERT STUART EAGLE, IR. Honor League, Athletic Association, Chorus.
KATHLEEN HARRIET EDDY Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
MILDRED BEDFORD EDMUNDS "Critic," Alumni Editor, Honor League, Athletic Association,
Chorus, Office Assistant, Operas '40, '4l.
RAY ELAM Honor League, Civics Club, Library Council, H. R. Representative Athletic Association.
FRANCES ELDER "Crest," Typist, "Critic," Typist, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Chorus,
Acappella Choir, H. R. Representative Athletic Association, National Honor Society.
THOMAS IAMES ETHERTON, IR. l-li'Y, Senior Council, Honor League, Athletic Association.
ETHEL GILDON EVANS Honor League, Retail Selling Club.
FRANK W. EVANS' Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Chorus '41, Acappella
Choir '41-'42, Basketball '43, Opera '41, Minstrel '4l.
iSee page 18 for picturesl 76
A SOUTHERN COLLEGE WITH NATIONAL RECOGNITION
AND NATIONAL PATRONAGE
Randolph-Macon Woman's College has long been
recognized as one of the leading colleges for Women
in America. It is approved by all the national stand-
ardizing associations, its charter of Phi Beta Kappa
Was the first granted to a Southern college for Womeng
its degrees are accepted by all universities in the
United States and foreign countries for unconditioned
admission to their graduate schools.
THEODORE H. JACK, Ph.D., LL.D., President
ROBERT FALWELL Honor League, Civics Club, Art League, Library Council, Football '39, '40,
LLOYD FAULCONER Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Cafeteria Cashier, H. R.
Representative Athletic Association, National Honor Society.
MAMIE MARGARET FORE Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Social Chairman, Monogram
Club: Orchestra, Volley Ball, '40, '41, '42g Tennis '42, Basketball '42.
REGINA FRAYSER Honor League, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Associa-
tion, National Honor Society. , ,
IEAN FRYE Art League, Honor League, Library Council, Chorus, H. R. Representative Athletic
Association, Collector for "High Times," "Critic-Crest".
BLANCA FUENMAYOR Honor League, Tri-Hi, Chemistry Club. -
MERCEDES FUENIVIAYOR Honor League, Tri-Hi, French Club.
EDITH TORPLEY GANNAWAY Vice-President, Quill and Scroll: "Critic," Censor, Latin Club:
President, Spanish Clubp Dramatic Club,' Latin Tournament, Senior Banquet Committee, National
MARGARET DEANE GARNER "Crest," "High Times," Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial
Club, Dramatic Club, Art League, Chorus, Acappella Choir.
HENRY HAMNER GAY President, Senior Classy "Critic," Vice-President, Student Council: Civics
Club, Chemistry Club, Football Squad, '41, '42y Varsity '42, National Honor Society.
EVA GERTRUDE GEORGE Honor League, Tri-Hi, Athletic Association, Chorus.
F. D. GILES, IR. Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Art League, Athletic Association.
LOUISE MAVIS GOAD "Crest," "High Times," Honor League, Secretary, Tri-Hip Civics Club,
Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Orchestra '41, '42, '43g Chorus, Acappella Choir, Minstrel
'41, '42, Opera '41, '42, '43g Senior Council.
IOHN NEWTON GORDON, IR. "Critic," Student Council, Honor League, Art League, Athletic
Association, Band, Orchestra.
SHIRLEY IANE GORDON Honor League, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, Minstrel
'41, Girl's Field Day '40, '41, '42,
VIRGINIA GOVERNOR Honor League, Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
ANNE ROSSER GOWEN Senior Council, Quill and Scroll, Managing Editor, "High Times"g Presi-
dent, Tri-Hi: Civics Club, Library Council, Chorus, Acappella Choir, French Club, Minstrel '41,
Opera '42, Opera '43, National Honor Society.
MARGARET GOWEN Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association,
CAROLYN GRAVES Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, President, Dramatic
Club: Athletic Association, Library Council, -Chorus.
I. T. GUILI.. IR. Honor League, Athletic Association.
REBECCA HACKETT "High Times," Honor League, Athletic Association, Library Council, Or-
chestra, Debater '42, Retail Selling.
K. V. HAMILTON. IR. President '41, '42, Art League: Library Council, H. R. Representative Ath-
letic Association, Football Squad, Varsity.
WILLIAM HARRIS HAMMER "Crest" '42, 'Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club '42,
'43y Athletic Association, Treasurer, Band '43, '41, '42,
IACQUELINE PRESTON HARVEY Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Latin Club, Chemistry Club,
Athletic Association, Library Council, Chorus.
WILLIAM THOMAS HAWKINS Secretary, Hi-Yg Civics Club, Band '40, '41y H. R. Representative
Athletic Association, Football Squad '40, '41, '42p Track '42, Band Manager '41, Motion Picture Club.
tSee page 19 for pictures! 78
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NANCY HIGHT Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Chorus, Student Council, Home Room Presi-
dent, Red Cross Representative.
PAULINE HILL Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
MARY FRANCES HIPPERT Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Chorus '4l.
FRANK IMBODEN HOBBS Senior Council, Chairman: Honor League, Acappella Choir, H. R.
Representative Athletic Association, Football Squad '40, Varsity '41, '42: Track '42, Basketball '42,
W. IENNINGS HOGAN, IR. Honor League, Civics Club, Dramatic Club, Stage Manager: Athletic
Association, Moving Picture Club.
NANCY CLAIRE HOLLORAN Honor League, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Chorus.
WALTER BROWN HOLSTON, IR. Junior Class, President: "High Times," Sports Reporter: Student
Council, Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association, Library Council,
Cheer Leader, Z years: Track, 2 years: Varsity Club.
ROBERT HOLT Honor League, Cafeteria Assistant, H. R. Representative, Athletic Association:
Football Squad, 2 years.
EVELYN CHANDLER HONIG Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Chorus, Retail
KENNETH M. HOWARD Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic
WILLIAM THOMAS HOWARD Honor League, Civics Club, Senator: Chemistry Club, Dramatic
Club, Treasurer and Stage Manager: Athletic Association, Band, Boy's Public Reader.
EDWARD MONROE HUBBARD lunior Class, Secretary: Student Council, President: Honor League,
Hi-Y, President: Civics Club, Dramatic Club, President '42: National Honor Society.
EDITH DELORES HUDSON Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Art League, Athletic
CLAUDE EDWARD HUDSON, IR. Varsity Club, Football, '40-'41-'42 Manager: Art League, Vice-
president: Athletic Association, Library Council, Honor League.
IANE HUDSON Student Council '41, Honor League, Tri-l-li, Vice-President iTri-Hi Cabinetl: Corn-
mercial Club, Athletic Association, Chorus, National Honor Society, Sophomore Girl Reserves,
President: lunior Girl Reserves, Secretary: Minstrel '40, Opera '39, '40, '4l.
MILDRED LAVERNE HUDSON Honor League, Commercial Club.
H. B. HUGHES, IR. Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association,
MARIE HUGHES Honor League, Commercial Club, Chorus. '
MURIEL PRESTON HUGHES Student Council '41, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic
Association, Chorus '41, Acappella Choir '42, Volley Ball '41, Basketball '4l.
KATHERINE ANNE HUNDLEY "High Times," Student Council, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club,
Spanish Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Chorus, Minstrel '41, Opera '42.
MRAY ELIZABETH HUNT Honor League, Athletic Association, Acappella Choir, Civics Club,
CLORA MAE IRVIN Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
ESTHER IRVIN Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Aihlellfl ASSOCiC1iiOI1, CIIOTUS-
tSee page 20 ior picturesl 80
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Engineering, Pharmacy, Home Economics, Journalism, Library Science, Nursing,
Law, Medicine, and the Ministry. Courses in Secretarial and Commercial Science,
Registered Laboratory Technician. Business Administration and Fine Arts.
Credits honored by all American universities. Program of counselling and student
activities designed for all-round personal development. 1
R. B. MONTGOMEIKY, PHD.
THOMAS DAVID IRVIN Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
GLENN IACKSON Student Council, Athletic Association, Debater.
PEGGY EARLY IACKSON "High Times" Staff, Advertisingg Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club,
Latin Club, Chemistry Club, Monogram Club, Dramatic Club, Athletic Association, Cheer Leader,
two years. i
GEORGE CLARK IEFFERSON Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association,
Orchestra '39, '40, '41, Track '42, Basketball '42.
CHARLES IENNINGS Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Chorus, Hall Monitor.
MARY SUE IENNINGS Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Chorus.
A. IOSEPHINE IESSEE Student Council, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Art League, Presidentg
Athletic Association. -
CLYDIE IOYNER Art League, Athletic Association, Honor League.
MARGARET FERNE KASH H. R. Representative "High Times," Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club,
Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Orchestra '4l.
GLORIA KAVANAUGH Honor League, Athletic Association.
CARL KEELING Honor League, Library Council, Chorus, Acappella Choir, Football Squad.
PATRICIA GAYLORD KNAPP Honor League.
CYNTHIA DANDRIDGE KNIPP Assistant Feature Editor "Critic" Staff, Honor League, Chemistry
Club, Dramatic Club, Business Manager: Athletic Association, Assembly Committee, French Club,
President of Sophomore Home Room, Treasurer of Senior Home Room, French Club.
VANCE KNOTT Circulation Manager "Critic," Secretary-Treasurer, Honor League: Civics Club,
Chemistry Club, Dramatic Club, Acappella Choir, Office Assistant, Football Squad '42, Program
Committee Motion Picture Club, Opera '42 '43,
FRANCES ELIZABETH KNOWLES Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic
Association, Library Council, Orchestra.
RUSSELL ALFRED KRANTZ Honor League, Student Council. '
ELIZABETH KREBBS Student Council, Honor League, Tri-Hi, President '40p Chemistry Club, Mono-
gram Club, Dramatic Club, Athletic Association, Secretary '40g Orchestra, Acappella Choir '40,
Cheer Leader three years, French Club, National Honor Society.
RICHARD KUNZ Honor League, Hi-Y, Athletic Association, Library Council, Orchestra.
HOMER HOLT LACKEY. IR. Circulation Manager "High Times," Honor League, Civics Club, Art
League, Band '40-'43, Chorus, H. R. Representative Athletic Association, Football Squad '40, Varsity
'41 '42, Track '42, Opera '39, Varsity Club. '
KELLEY DATSON LAWSON Honor League, Athletic Association.
BETTY JOYCE LEATHERS Student Council, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Athletic Association,
Library Council, Chorus, Acappella Choir, H. R. Representative Athletic Association '41-'42, Opera
'41, Minstrel '4l.
MARY LEININGEB. Advertising Manager, "High 'I'imes"y Honor League, Civics Club, Spanish
Club, Athletic Association, Library Council.
RICHARD HORATIO LEMMON "High Times," Honor League, Hi-Y, Chemistry Club, Athletic
Association, Library Council, '39, '40, '4l.
IRVIN LEWIS Honor League, Tri-Hi, Vice-President, Spanish Clubg Chemistry Club, Library
Council, Ottice Assistant, Cafeteria Assistant, National Honor Society.
BETTYE LICHTENSTEIN Quill and Scroll, "High Times," Honor League, Tri-Hi, Latin Club,
Treasurer, Monogram Clubg Art League, Volley Ball '41, '42, Basketball '41, '42, Chemistry Club.
National Honor Society.
tSee page 21 for picturesl 82
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MARY VIRGINIA LINCOLN Honor League, Tri-Hi, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club,
Athletic Association, Chorus.
GLENN, WILSONLONDEREE Honor League, Art League, Athletic Association, Acappella Choir,
CHARLES LOVING Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Art League, Athletic Asso-
ciation, Library Council, Orchestra '39, Basketball Manager '42, Varsity Club, Motion Picture Club.
GRACE LOYD Senior Council, Tri-Hi, Music Chairman: Civics Club, Vice-President: Dramatic
Club, Vice-Presidentg Art League, Secretary: Chorus, Acappella Choir.
WILLIAM CALVIN LOYD Assistant Art Editor, "Critic" Staiig Honor League, President Art Leagueg
Athletic Association, Cafeteria Assistant.
IACK MCCARTHY Senior Council, Student Council, Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Treasurer,
Monogram Club: Athletic Association, President, Bandg Orchestra, Chorus, Cafeteria Assistant,
Football Squad '40, Varsity '4le42, Basketball, Dance band and Minstrel '40-'41, Opera '42,
IEAN MCCAUSLAND Senior Council, "Crest" Staff, "High Times" Staff, Honor League, Tri-Hi,
President Senior: Civics Club, Art League, Athletic Association, Library Council.
ALFRED VERNON MCDANIEL Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
IOHN PIERCE MCDERMOTT, IR. Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association, Auditorium
WAYLAND MCHANEY Honor League, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Athletic Association, H. R.
Representative Athletic Association, Ticket Seller '40, '41, '42 Cbasketball and footballl.
BETTY LEE MAGANN Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Athletic Association, Chorus.
RICHARD DONALD MARSH Treasurer, Iunior Class, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic
Association, Chorus, Acappella Choir, Cafeteria Assistant, H.. R. Representative Athletic Associa-
tion, Football '39, '40, '41, '42, Track '42.
BERYL ELIZABETH MARTIN Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Library Council.
EARL MARTIN Business Manager, "High Times" Staff, Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial
Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Chorus, Cafeteria Monitor, Hall Monitor, National Honor
MARION ELIZABETH MARTIN Ouill and Scroll, Co-Editor '42-'43 "Critic," Honor League, Tri-Hi,
Civics Club, Secretary, Dramatic Cluby Athletic Association, Chorus, Treasurer, Acappella Choirg
Debater, Operas '42, '43, Fall Play '42, Spanish Club, National Honor Society.
BEATRICE MASON Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Office Assistant,
H. R. Representative Athletic Association, National Honor Society.
JAMES MASON Honor League, Athletic Association.
NELLIE GRAY MASON "Crest," "Critic," Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Commercial Club,
Art League, Athletic Association, Opera '42, Squad Leader. '
SHIRLEY LEE MASON Honor League, Secretary Iunior Club, Tri-Hip Athletic Association, French
Club, Chorus '40,
CHRISTINE MATHEWS Secretary, Senior Classy President Home Room, lunior Year: "Critic,"
Student Council '42, Honor League, Treasurer, Tri-Hig Civics Club, Commercial Club, Secretary,
Acappella Choir: Cafeteria Assistant, Opera '42, '43, Minstrel '41, Spring Concert '43, Senior
Banquet and Dance Committee, National Honor Society.
NANCY MAUPIN Tri-Hi, Honor League, Civics Club, Oltice Assistant, Basketball '42.
AUBREY M. MEI-IA!-'FEY Honor League, Athletic Association.
THOMAS GEORGE MILLER Honor League, Civics Club.
ETHEL MITCHELL Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
tSee page 22 for pictures? 84
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Cor. Eighth and Main Streets
JOHN VICTOR, President
W. D. HODGES, Vice-President and Cashier
W. E. PAYNE, Asst. Cashier W. A. HENDERSON, Asst. Cashier
WARREN CALVIN MITCHELL Treasurer of Senior Class, Honor League, Cafeteria Cashier and
Accountant, Civics Club, National Honor Society.
EDITH MOORE Honor League, Treasurer of Senior Tri-Hi, Chorus '40, Athletic Association, French
ELVA MOORE Honor Leagueg Tri-Hi, Athletic Association, Chorus '41, French Club.
HOWARD WATSON MOORE Chemistry Club, Vice-President of Art League.
BELLE LELIA MOORE Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Library
MARY ALICE MOORE French Club, Orchestra, Honor League.
WILLIAM MOORE Honor League, Athletic Association.
DORIS LEE MORRIS Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club.
ELIZABETH MORRIS Honor League, Trivl-li, Civics Club, Commercial Club.
GEORGE PRESTON MORRIS Honor League, Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
HOWARD MORRIS Honor League, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Chorus '40, '41, H. R.
Representative Athletic Association, Football, Track. '
IOHN MORRIS Circulation Manager oi "High Times," Honor League, Civics Club, Chemistry Club,
Varsity Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Football Manager '41, '42, Track, '42.
MAXINE MORRIS Honor League, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Retail Selling Club.
ROLAND BEDNIGO MORRIS. IR. Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic
IEANNE ELIZABETH MORRISSETTE "Critic," Honor League, Athletic Association, National Honor
SAMUEL THOMAS MORTON Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association,
Library Council, Band.
LOUIS LEIGH MURPHY Honor League, Athletic Association, Cafeteria Assistant.
PATRICIA L. MURPHEY "Critic," Civics Club, French Club, Art League, Athletic Association,
Debater, S, I. P.vA. Representative '42,
IOHN G. MYERS. IR. Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, Track '43,
Basketball, '43, Opera '43,
MARY MYERS Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
NELL NEUBAUER Honor League, Athletic Association.
PEGGY ANNE NOEL "Crest," "Critic," Student Council, Honor League, Vice-President, Tri-Hi
'4Zg Spanish Club, Chemistry Club.
ANNIE MAE NORRIS Honor League, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association.
DOROTHY NUCKLES Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Commercial Club, H. R. Representative
Athletic Association, President, Retail Selling Club.
HELEN MARIE O'KELLY "Critic," Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Latin Club,
National Honor Society.
tSee page 23 tor picturesl 86
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HELEN MUIRHEAD OWEN Senior Council, "Crest," Honor League, Civics Club, Spanish Club,
Chemistry Club, Dramatic Club, Presidentg Acappella Choir, Chairman of '43 Senior Day, Minstrel
'4l,' Contest Play '42,
SHIRLEY PADGETT Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Chorus.
VERA LOUISE PAIGE "Critic" Staff, Assistant Poetry Editor, Athletic Association, Chorus.
CALVIN LEE PARRISH Honor League, Athletic Association.
MARY BELLE PATTERSON Quill and Scroll, "Critic" '42-'43 Co-Editor, Honor League, Civics Club,
Secretary of Interior: Spanish Club, Representative at S.I.P.A. Convention '42, National Honor
HENRY A. PEARSON Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Trade
IOYCE ARLENE PEARSON "High Times" Staff, Typistg Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Com-
mercial Club, Dramatic Club, Chorus, Acappella Choir, Office Assistant.
ROBERT K. PEARSON Honor League, Monogram Club, Athletic Association, Football Squad '40,
'4l, '42, Varsity '42p Track '42, Basketball '40, '4l, '42,
ANN PETERS Honor League, Commercial Club, Art League, Athletic Association, Chorus, Office
WARREN OWEN PETERS Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association,
WALLACE CLENTIN PETERS Band, Orchestra, Acappella Choir.
CHARLES RAINE PETTYIOHN, IR.. "Crest" Staff, Honor League, Hi-Y, Library Council, Football
Squad '41, '42, Varsity '42p Motion Picture Club '40, Assembly Committee '4U.
WILLIAM CAUSEY PHILLIPS, IR. "Critic" Staff, Alumni Editor: Honor League, Civics Club, Chem-
istry Club, Football Squad '41, Varsity '42p Track '42.
BETTY PLUNKETT Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, Secretary '42g
Athletic Association, Library Council, Chorus, Office Assistant, National Honor Society. .
TAYLOR IOHN POINDEXTER Hi-Y, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Track '43.
EVELYN STEVENS PRICE 'Honor League, Civics Club, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club, Office
Assistant, National Honor Society. -
KATHRYN MAE RAINES Girl Reserves, Library Council, Athletic Association, Office Assistant,
REIINA IUNE RAMSEY "High Times" Staff, Associate Editor and Typist: Honor League, Tri-Hi,
Civics Club, Dramatic Club, Athletic Association, Library Council, Acappella Choir, Opera '40, '41,
'42, Minstrel '40, '41, Spring Concert '40. '
BETSY LEE RATCLIFI-'E Student Council, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Spanish Club, Chemistry Club,
Library Council, Chorus, National Honor Society.
FRANCES GERALDINE RICE Library Council, Office Assistant.
ELFORD ROBERTS Honor League, Athletic Association. -
MARGUERITE CATHERINE ROBERTS Chorus, Athletic Association, Honor League.
IUANITA JEAN ROBERTSON Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association,
Chorus, Cafeteria Bookkeeper '42.
CHARLIE E. ROBINSON Senior Council, Varsity Tennis 3 years.
RALPH MONROE ROSSER Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Latin Club, Art League,
Athletic Association, Band, Orchestra, Cafeteria Assistant, Track '42, National Honor Society.
tSee page 24 for picturesl 38
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IACQUELINE MAE RUTLEDGE Honor League, Triel-Ii, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Asso-
ciation, Retail Selling Club.
KATHYLEEN B. RYAN Civics Club, Athletic Association, Retail Selling Club.
ANNE FIELDS SCOTT Senior Council, "High Times," Secretary, Student Council: Honor League,
Aedile, Latin Club: Dramatic Club, Athletic Association, Corresponding Secretary, Assembly Com-
DORIS SCRUGGS Honor League, Commercial Club, Office Assistant.
MARGARET IANE SCRUGGS "High Times," Tri-Hi, Athletic Association, Library Council.
PAYE IRENE SELLARS Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Honor League. A
IAMES CALVIN SHEARER Honor League, Athletic Association, Cafeteria Assistant.
MORRIS SHELTON Honor League, Athletic Association.
WILLIAM THEODORE SHELTON Honor League, Athletic Association, Football Squad, '41, '42:
Motion Picture Club.
HELEN SIMOS "Crest," "Critic," Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic
MARGARET SKELTON "High Times," Honor League, Tri-Hi, ,Civics Club, Spanish Club, Athletic
ROBERT THOMAS SLATER Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
SHIRLEY PENN SLAUGHTER President, Quill and Scroll: Co-Editor, "High Tirnes": Corresponding
Secretary, Tri-Hip Vice-President, Chemistry Club: French Club, Civics Club, National Honor Society.
PHYLLIS ANNE SMITH Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Association,
Chorus.- ' .
VIVIAN MARIE SMITH Honor League, Athletic Association, Civics Club, Retail Selling.
DOROTHY MARIE SMOOT Quill and Scroll, Managing Editor, "High Times": Honor League, Tri-Hi,
Civics Club, Secretary, Spanish Club: Chorus, Opera, '42, National Honor Society.
SIDNEY SNOW Civics Club, Athletic Association.
HAZEL SPENCER Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Office Assistant, Retail Selling.
DORIS MABLE SPRADLIN Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Athletic Association.
ELINOR LEE STAPLES' Honor League, Tri-Hi, Art League, Athletic Association.
EVA MARTIN STAPLES Assistant Literary Editor, "Critic": Student Council, President, Honor
League: Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Vice-President, Dramatic Club, '42: President, French Club:
Latin Club, National Honor Society.
MARION MADELINE STAPLES Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Athletic Assoe
ciation, Library Council. ' '
ROBERT PALMER STICKLEY, IR. Vice-President, Iunior Class: Assistant Literary Editor, "Critic":
Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, National Honor Society.
VIRGINIA W. SUMPTER "Critic" '42, Honor League, Monogram Club, Volley Ball, '40, '41,
Basketball '40, '41, '42, Tennis. '
SHIRLEY BLANCHE SWAIN "Crest," "Critic," Honor League, Tri-Hi, Athletic Association, Retail
CSee page 25 for picturesl 90
The Lynchburg Trust and Savings Bank
811 MAIN STREET
' VIRGINIA'S OLDEST TRUST COMPANY
R. T. WATTS, JR., President L. D. HORNER, JR., Assistant Trust Ofllccr
W. P. SHELTON, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer
PAUL SACKETT, Secretary-Treasurer
JAMES R. GILLIAM, JR., Vice-President and Trust Officer
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WILLIAM MICHAUX SYDNOR Student Council, Chemistry Club, Band, Football, Track '40, Banquet
Committee, Honor League.
ERMA CATHERINE TALIAFERRO Honor League, Tri-Hi, Athletic Association, Library Council,
Chorus, Retail Selling.
IEAN MARIE TANKERSLEY "High Times" Staff, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Monogram Club, Athletic
Association, Volley Ball, Tennis, Basketball '42. '
ANNE TATE Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club.
ELOISE TERRELL Honor League, Tri-Hi.
PRESCOTT CARTER TERRELL Art League, Athletic Association, Honor League.
CECIL THAXTON Honor League, Art League, Secretaryy Athletic Association.
IUNE THOMAS Student Council, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Vice-Presidentg Latin Club, National Honor
BETTY IEAN THOMPSON Senior Council, Quill and Scroll, "Crest," "Critic," Assistant Literary
Eclitorg "High Times," Advertising Solicitor '41 5 Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Ciub, Chemistry Club,
Treasurer '43, Dramatic Club, Office Assistant, French Club, Hall Monitor, National Honor Society.
DEXTER THOMPSON "Critic" Staff, Art Assistant: Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Chemistry
Club, Art League, Secretaryp Athletic Association.
WILLIAM BLAIR THURMOND Honor League, Athletic Association, Trade and Industrial School,
HERBERT DAVIS TINSLEY "Critic" Staff, Literary Editory Honor League.
LOIS VERNELLE TINSLEY "Critic" Staii, Exchange Editorg "High Times," Solicitorg Honor League,
Tri-Hi, Treasurer '42p Civics Club, Latin Club, Chemistry Club, National Honor Society.
IUNE ETTA TOMLINSON Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial' Club, Athletic Association,
ELMO TORRENCE Student Council, Ptepresentativeg Honor League, Athletic Association, Chorus,
Football Varsity '42,
LEONARD WOOD TRENT Honor League, Athletic Association.
IEANNETTE TUGGLE Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
THOMAS TUGGLE Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Library Council.
MARIAN VIRGINIA TURNER Student Council, Honor League, Civics Club, Monogram Club,
President '42, Vice-President Fall '42p Orchestra '41, '42, '43, Volley Ball, Tennis, Basketball, Opera,
National Honor Society.
TOM L. TURNER Honor League, Hi-Y, Chaplain: Civics Club, Monogram Club, Athletic Associa-
tion, Band, Track Manager '424
WALTER TWEEDY Honor- League, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, National Honor Society.
RAY TYREE Honor League, Library Council, Football Squad '41-'42, Track '42-'43g Basketball
RICHARD WILSON TYREE Honor League, Athletic Association.
CORNEDA VIA 'Art League, Athletic Association, Chorus.
tSee page Z6 ior picturesl 92
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One hundred and thirty-two years ago Napoleon made
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ROSALYN WALLACE Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Dramatic Club, Art League, Orchestra,
Chorus, Acappella Choir, Cafeteria Assistant, Operas '41, '42, '43, Minstrel '41, Spring Concert,
'43, Senior Play '43.
CONSTANCE ELIZABETH WALTERS "Crest," Student Council, Honor League, Treasurer, Tri-Hi,
'42, Civics Club, Dramatic Club, Art League, Athletic Association, lunior Retail Merchants.
IAMES' WARE Honor League, Commercial Club, Athletic Association, Band, Acappella Choir,
Cafeteria Cashier, Cafeteria Books, Athletic Books.
SHIRLEY MAE WARE Honor League, Historian, Tri-Hi '42, Civics Club, Latin Club, Spanish Club,
Chemistry Club, Library Council, Chorus, National Honor Society.
GUY WATSON Student Council, Honor League, Hi-Y, Civics Club, Library Council, Motion Picture
KATHERINE MAE WATSON Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Athletic Association,
NANCY ELIZABETH WEBBER Tri-Hi, Honor League, Athletic Association.
IOHN W. WELLS Honor League, Hi-Y, Art League, Athletic Association.
HAROLD RANDOLPH WHITE, IR. "Critic" Staff, Art Editor, Honor League, Hi-Y, Art League,
Athletic Association, Track '4lf'4Z, Art Editor, "C1'SSI".
TOM WHITE "Critic" Staff, Honor League, Chemistry Club, Art League, Athletic Association.
LOUISE WILEY "Critic" Staff, Commentator, Civics Club, National Honor Society.
IAMES PALMER WILKERSON Student Council, Monitor, Honor League, Athletic Association,
Chorus, Acappella Choir, Basketball.
ERNESTINE VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Honor League, Tri-Hi, Commercial Club, Athletic Association.
REBEKAH WILSON Honor League, Athletic Association, Chorus.
DAVE WINGFIELD Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Art League, Vice-President '42, Honor League,
Library Council, Football Varsity, '4l-'42, Red Cross Representative '42.
RAYMOND O. WITT Honor League, Athletic Association, Cafeteria Assistant, Track '39-'4U.
NANCY WOOD Honor League, Civics Club, Art League, Athletic Association, French Club.
R. E. WOOD. IR. Honor League, Civics Club, Athletic Association, Chorus, Acappella Choir,
Retail Selling. ' -
LOIS CHRISTINE WORLEY Student Council, H. R. Representative, Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics
Club, Commercial Club, Library Council '41-'42, Chorus '40, Acappella Choir, '41, H. Representative
Athletic Association '4l. I
BETTY IEAN WRIGHT Honor League, Tri-Hi, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Monogram Club, Ath-
letic Association, Orchestra, Secretary, Cheer Leader.
CATHERINE FRANCES WRIGHT Honor League, Tri-Hi, Athletic Association, Library Council,
French Club, Cafeteria Monitor.
CHARLES N. WRIGHT Quill and Scroll, "Crest" Staff, Photographer, "High Times" Stait, Associate
Editor, Photographer, Honor League, Civics Club, Chemistry Club, Library Council, Motion Picture
Club, Chief Operator, National Honor Society.
IOYCE WRIGHT Honor League, Civics Club, Commercial Club, Monogram Club, Secretary '42,
Volley Ball '4l, Tennis '41, '42, Basketball '41, '42,
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GUGGENHEIIVIERS'S SHOE SALON
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BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT NEED YOU!
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S. D. MORRISSETT ,..........,...... Assiszfavzt Cashier
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For Qver 77 Years this Bank,
LYNCI-IBURG'S oLDEsT BANK
Has had a prominent part in the making oi Lynchburg History
ORGANIZED AUGUST 3, 1865
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
LYNCI-IBUR6 ENGRAVED ANNUALS ARE
BUILT UPON YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
AS SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF
N successfully IuII:iIIing the requirements of the
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a comprehensive and systematic servicing program
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the production of Fine yearbooks. Lynchburg
engraved annuals are built by an organization
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and designing of a truly satisfactory book.
LYNCH BURG ' VIRGINIA
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THE HI-SCHOOLER SHOP
THE BOYS SHOP
THE RECORD SHOP
MEET YCUR FRIENDS AT MILLNER'S I
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l. Red Cross Otiicers, 2. Eisenhower and MacArthur Cleep leadersl, 3. Physical
Training, 4. Calisthenics, 5, Armistice Day, 6, Bobbie Whitmore does his part,
7. Scrap Drive, 8. Navy Recruits, 9. Soldierettes. A '
' IUNICR RED CROSS
The American Iunior Red Cross at E. C. Glass this year have fulfilled all of
the requests made of them by the local chapter.
For the men in the services, they have collected ash trays, coat hangers,
playing cards and jig-saws puzzles and prepared, as well, sewing kits, cross-
word puizles and scrap books containing magazine stories. Some of these
were placed in military hospitals for the convalescent soldiers, sailors and
marines, others in U. S. O. centers. I
The girls made lapel dolls in the form ot Red Cross nurses, which were sold
throughout Lynchburg as well as at High School. The proceeds from these sales
went to the Local Chapter of the Bed Cross. Y
The nationwide Victory Book Campaign went over quite well with the
collection of about tive hundred books.
. Our quota for the lunior Red Cross and the Senior Red Cross membership
drives was more than exceeded.
The Wife Saving Station BETTER PRICES '
- 818 MAIN
306-312 Twelfth Street
White Star laundry
OLGA SHERERTZ, M gr.
MCKENNA, inc. JAMES T- DAVIS
"THE PLACE TO BUY PAINT"
l 1022 Main St. Lynchburg, Va.
"Superior Brand Products"
Lynchburg, Virginia. Phone 3652
THE 1943 CREST
1010 CHESTNUT STREET
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