Glass High School - Crest Yearbook (Lynchburg, VA)

 - Class of 1952

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Mr. Isley came to l.ynchburg from New- port News in 1922 as teacher of mathematics in this high school. ln 1923 he was made assistant principal and in 1941, principal. As a top flight math teacher, as organizer of the school band, as an enthusiastic supporter of all school and community projects, as a genuine friend, Mr. Isley will con- tinue to live in the memory of students and teachers fortunate enouffh to have known him. I'- Of him Mr. lX1cCue has said: "He was tolerant of dis- agreement. and very quick to forget personal differences." Mr. Blake lf. Isley They started it all . . . Left to right: C. K. Saunders, Rev. ll. A. lfiheld, H. G. Green, Dr. H. I.. Riley, jr., P. E. Sackett, M. W. VVhitaker, Paul M. Munro, Mrs. P. J. XX'eiland, jr., Mrs. F. G. Davidson, jr., Mrs. S. VV. West. Background: Mrs. M. Zinnnerman, reporter. Additional: Mr. Wzilter G. Mason: 19514951 appoin tees: Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Wcilzind, Mr. Sackett, 1 1 1 OUR SCHOOL BOAR D Behind the l,ynchburg Schools is the Lynchburg School Board made up of nine members appointed by the Lynchburg City Council for a three-year period. This organization is responsible for the development and maintenance of a school system adequate to meet the basic needs of the city of l,ynchburg. Its chief administrative officer is the Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Paul M. Munro, who came to Lynchburg in july, 1945, from the Superintendency of Schools in Columbus, Georgia. 1 3 l ll wk in um' clxlwa-5. spwrlw, :mfl lla Illslnlvrl IIN 111 llvlllblil llll' IKIUZIIN ul nur wluml tr:1+l1tw I'11'U!ll Sm-pu-xmmlmvl' until lmw. XII NIA UL lu ml 11N will thu Il' In wluw. lllflillgll tnlkw 1x1 :xsf nlvllvs :xml Iwrwnall llllt'I'YlK'XX'h, . . . they kept it going fl' nv- QK M X. A X x 4 Q Vx 44 l'.xl'1,1x1' Iflsllr-1: S'l'.Xl,l. .lxyl',vl1111l l'ri11fl'fw1l l"1'1+1n ilu' limv Ju' wi up ilu' wluwlxllv in ilu' full umil flu' :1xx':mlwl wllmwlqllxlmipw :lt unn- 111L'11u-llwlll, Nllx. Stull IICYUI' W1lX'k'I't'4l in lm' 4lcx'u1i4nx tu :mal xxurlx fm, uf :mcl um' wluml. u-fl they took it up - classes . . . aqxa-W N i 5 li., ? "" 1 ' - 2 S-v ' Q' A , N--Q. - gp-nf x -ws. Q., K ulin Buli Emniai Bnrksdiilu Virgil D. Bcckncr Harricttc Bell Rlllli Bllllll Hum Mlasxi Nlutlzeniaricx Scievife. Faculty Spmlixli, Spmusli Englisll. .Qvuxll .mil Club Aduwr Nlmiager of Athletics. Cluln Adimwr Scroll Ailiwxuf. Senior Class Sponsor Critic Ailimwr Eloise Brown liuxniesx Eilllcutiml. jmimr Red Crum Adl'l.Y1JT jimmy Bryan SLKICTILU, Allllclu' Cmxflz l. Mr, Buch as accompanist. 2. The critical eye of Miss Blunt, 3. Miss Brown snills Spcarmint in the library. 4. The ollifc mumps, E, li. BllI'Illlll1lI1 Lumc and junc. 5. Miss Cunningham checks on tlic printers. lllfvflvw' Nl llllSl'llC'S-Y Iiiliuutimx. Fnimlce mul AL'L'4lIl71l17Ig Ellglmlli CTC-if English. Hxgli Timex IDI'-wwf Office Secretary' Ad1'W"T S0l'llUmUTf' Ad1'i.wr X Q A Lumc gjlmfgn Clam bpmixor Jane qjummmlmm Lujctcrm Iwlmmgei liicillc Pfix N. KRlll1Cl'lI1C A. Davis mu . . . kept us in - detention hall . . . x, Av -fb. Auf L. T. Davis Phoebe Edmunds A. 1. Fielder Eliziilwetli Glass Mairtlizi Hainwck Head nf Latin Study Hall Science Latin, Latin Club Mailiuniaiuw. Department, History Ailvisui' Allemlancv Cuiinselnr Ettie K. Harvey Business Education. Atliletic Aeeuimtant Kathleen Hnlnies Frenclil Spanish, Frencli Cluli Advisor P? M. Margaret Hellwig Art, Art League Aiirisur Albert G. 'lulinston Miiili ematics 6. "Wliy ilfCI1,t you :it seliiximliw asks Miss lizxneuck. 7. Uur l il lilwrzirixin rztzunps 'ein and tiles 'ent 8, A new cur, Miss Phipps" james A' Mumpu lfimfwtle Mimcmn 9. k'To your moins, It's 8:-li" calls Mr, Ramsey, lil, Mr, Tmkyl' HINIUYY- Dflmll' Cllll' Pllyswdl Educ-dmm niaiiy much. Tliiifs all it needs. Spnnsur Head nf,Englislr Head of Suienfe De THYICIICI, De ailment, P Assclqilgy Qlfnhimittee Cliemistrs' Club Retail Selling Lilwiirimi ' lmllydn Advlwr Business Educatiun D. Cluli Ailrxsur iflar 'ihutswood B ll Pl ' ' Evelyn D. ' I , yrfl D' CU dl PPP, Erina Lee Porter Louise Puryeair f,, , 1 e Murgentliziler ,JK ef Y ' ' '. ks" 'ff' A A - IJ fi V 1 V .7 K . ' I 1 fl y x 'D X sq is T X ' at . ' . :A V h ve ,:g. Z. b , 'S ' ss - bidi 7 . . . and finished it - exams. Chapman Ramsey lvfatlicmalirx, Sluilem Council Aclwxor. Cafeteria Superifisor , fi joseph Turlcel History, Motion Piciure Club Sponsor. Bookstore Mawiager Elizabeth N. XVallacc Hmzory, Hmmm' League CiwfAd1'isor Qrline Wliitc History, Spelling Contest Advisor Englixli, David Carrick Advixor, Assembly Committee Virginia Wiley '?' f J A 4 1 M 4 1 if 44--S-.41 ' . WS! . Elizahcth Sandldge Dorothy Spencer Elsie Talbot Dave Thomas Pllysical Etluuatioil, Englzxlz English, Honor General Husimxw Cheerleaders' League CQofAil1'1xor Athletic Coach Sponsor ll. We are proud of our trade school. 12. Weleiiimmc, English 5 +L... vs... -Ianxes L, Tyree Nlacliim' Shop E. Hamlet Vvlhite Electric Sliup teachers' Mixs Spencer, Mrs. XVilson and Miss Wilkiiiscnn. 13, Mr, ' 1 Hurmahln and his hooklteepers. 14. Miss White and Mr. Miiiiiper reffight the Civil Vfar, 15. Latin, French and Spanish don't make Sally Vw'hiteheail os that happy. 16. Miss Talbot, Miss Harvey and Miss Payne Nfatlieriiatiuw, junioi leave a hard clay'S work. Class Spovixor Englxsli, Assembly Committee, Freshman Businexs Education, Class Sponsor, Public Publication Business Reading Advisor Manager English Mecliamual Drawing Courtney Vfilkinson Margaret Wlilliams Marjorie G. Vx'ilson XValter Y. XVootl W , id . o 5 5 gif. - W Q df fifflfi' 8. ww, Q w if , 'Y A MW Q. ,.- September brought new aces . . . CLASS OF 1955 Top: Freshmen Officers j. Wade, Treasurerq A, Wood, Sccretary1T. Powers, Vice-Presidenti H. Casper, Presidcntg Miss Wilkinsrmn, Class Sponsor. Bottom: 1.-X General Scienceg Freshmen Council plans a danceg lA Algebra. On September third, a warm autumn wind blew from R. lf. Lee two hundred and tive Freshmen together with their sponsor. Bliss Courtney VYilkinson. into the doors of li. C. Glass High School. So terrific was the wind that its breezy gale scattered like fall leaves these newest members of our high school on every floor putting them in lil, B2, ll7. ll9. Zl9 and 317. liewildered but courageous these Freshmen valiantly began preparing themselves for autunm's harvest, commencement four years later. Nineteen of them adjusted so well to their class room work that they made the term honor roll. Fifty-tour of them began this first year to be interested in and take part in sports and clubs in the school. .Xs a class they chose early in the fall their o fticers: President. llelen Casperg Yice-President, 'lied Powers: Secretary. .Xnn XYood: and Treasurer, Jimmie XYade. These oflicers with represen- tatives froni each home room comprised the Freshmen Council. The council planned and carried out social gatherings for the class. the first being a Sock Dance held on February eighth. l14l . . . the bewildered Freshmen. Ivzltk ruxxi NI. XYI1itc. C. KI:u'I.cud, CI. Cailiplmcll, II. DIHIIIU4. R. I'.vvi'icIgL', I.. Ilzivifhmi. Lf 'I'oIIL'5 II.ll'I'IsUll, S. L':ui'!I1m'i1c, Ii. Iiimwlus, R, Ilutifzirtli. Iiflli row: fi. L'1mw:ly. -I. Ilruwii, IZ, Cluwclis, NI. Rcrgn-r. R. Illmtcr. Iuurlli rw-xx: IC. Ilixmi, VI, JXIIZIIII4, II. XIitCI1cII. Y lIi1i'fI row: if kilnrk. Ii. Ilrliffy, I. QIIZIVIQ. Nvrmul row: nl, Clin-cntlizniii, YXI. XX'fvmIy. Iiiwt rim: If, II:1II. YI. I'AIIZIll'I'1lIlI. I., fiulliric, DI. Tirmvll. XIV, 'I'I1u111:1N. Xflilitiwiizilz XX. fmylmg II, Nlurrix, ID. I'I1iIIips, II. Hznlflwiii. X. Clue. f1:.1 -13-3- Iizuxk row: VI, iliilclu-ss, -I. pX1uIci'sml. IX. Ilracly, Ix. C14-urge. II. Cin-m'gu, I', Q2ll'IL'l', l,, bg-g1i'l1gii'1, I,, I-ry Xl Qnrwilc. Lf .Xiwpg-rsmi, C. I:ZlI'l'2lI', G. Craig. ixtli row: K. .Xi-imlfl. M. Gilliam. Iiilli iwiw: IJ. 'I'viiipIs'tmi, IC. Iizxrvcy, C. Nucklm. mirth row: .'X. Smith. II. XYIIIIIIIIIS. G. Gray. I'Iii1'1I row: I, Czu'Ivi', RI. Nlvgginsmi, R. Ijllflll, N-cowl rww: S. Ilryzmt. I'i1wl row: I', Iilclcr, B. Xlcfllotlilin, S. Crist, Mr. jmlinftmi. I15I They joined our ranks with new ideas . . . Huck ruwz B. Puck. C. Gordon, T. llntlstvn, lf. Recd, M. lluclgt-s, DI. Sanclimlgc. C. Harrly, ll. Morgan, P Knight, ,l. Mays. bl. -lznin-rstm, R. Vlcsscc. Fifth row: M. Hrtmktlizxil. I.. lfzirrztr, Y. llztwkins. Fourth row: S. Crawley, ll. llrcwry. B. llnrnettc. 'lhird rnw: M. Ford. B, Harris, N. Harris. Sccmnl row: l'. Coates. First row: J. llalton, IJ. I.. llztwkins. Mrs. XYilson. Aflclitioiizil: l'. lXlL'C1ll'lll.x', ll, Knowles. ,l. Peters. -ll7- -119- Back row: M. Sowell, J. XN'ilkcrson, D. Pugh, S. VVilliams, O. Mays, J. Reed, F. Spencer, D. Torode, W XV00d, R. Pillow, ll. XYill:1rd, R. Smith. Seventh row: B. Ramsey, M. Thomas, F. Smith. Sixth row: V. M. VVhite, F. Mooers. T. Powers. Fifth row: P. Mahones, F. Young. J. Calloway, B. Johnson Fourth row: A. Hicks, M. Krantz, C. VVo0dson, E. M ason. Third row: B. Lloyd, D. Stinnette. li. Powers, D. Hawks. Second row: B. VVilkerson, B. J. Liptrap, G. VVheeler. First row: G. Sprouse, Miss Harvey. Aclclitional: B. Smith. l16l . . . and mth an effort to succeed. Rack row: S. Pull, K. .Im'1Im1, R. Rive, C. I,ipsC0mIJ, R. Flowers, C. Iinlmcrtsmm, C. XIuI":uIe-11, NI. LU 3 J I.. Ilczlszmts, II, Ruzllics, II. 'I'I1omz1s, T. I.ay11c. IJ. 'I'I1Im1:1s. ixth row: IQ. I.ipscm11Iw. IS. RICIIHITINIIII, II, Smout, -I. Xlzuwlmll, M, Ilum, I'iflI1 row: I7. Iluntcr. S. I.zu1gIcy, P. Ilollorzul, R. -IUIICS. I.0lIl'lIl row: IJ. fII'2lIl?lll1, If. Sulmlctt, J. IXI:1yImcrry, XI. I':lcIg1-lt, IQ. Iiirlqwatrivlq. I'Ixi1'cI row: XY. liillizlm, I'. Stricklzmcl. Il. XYUINI. XI. L4I'fYtXYL'II. Y. 'I'I1zu'ku'. Sccmmrl ram: Lf hlmmw. .'X. XYHINI, ,I. NIL'CI111'v.-, S. IXI:1rti11. RI. Nlussic. I'i1'Qt row: Il. Crue, -I. IXIUYVIS, I". Irv, MISS XN'iIki1mm. Xcl1Iitim1z1I: .X. Zzxrrcs, S. XII-sscr. -219 -- 4317- :wk ruw: II. I'l:I:1g4nc, I.. -Ioncs, II. SIILIICF, INI. B. Ilcrgcr. I. XYurrcn. P. Roach. I'I1ircI 1-uw: ,I. Ilzlwkx. II. Casper. vcuml rmx: S. 'I'l'l'llI. IQ. Miller, B. Mason. Iirbt row: S. XYade. B. XYatts, Miss XVI1ite. Back row: ll. Childress, J. Clarke, D. Callahan, L. Sydnor, N. Lester. 5CCOI1d FOWI MHS iliilbllf, MYS- Walli1CC, advisors, P. euxtcr, j. mayo, 1. Thomas, A. NVood, A. Tztyrnuri, B NYilkerson, L. Hogan, j. Adams, j. Brutfy. First row: C. Foster, C. Booth, K. lipling, M. L. Cox, J. Frost, A. McCarthy, Y. XYl1ite, K. Carwilc, M Burruss, -I. Knowles, FI. Adams, 5. Davidson, S. Gilliam. Inset: Officers: Charlene Foster, Presidentg john Mayo, Vice-President, Carolyn Booth, Secretary Kenneth lipling, Senior Representative. A HONOR LICAGUIZ . "To promote the spirit of honesty :md self, X respect among the students of li. C. Glass." These f - ' Q ' ' iz ' 1 K ' J :nd U-A '-I-I-I ' xxords rung in the L lls ot 1ll the lfrcslunen 1 jf VH. .. ,WT ..,.,,r.1,.,'-- new pupils as the president, Charlene lfoster, I ' 'f',.' ' -'L tg. . . . iflftfz "iJg'j.,"Q-7, told them in an earlv ussemlmlx' in the lull the ,7 -w,' g-.-Vs. . -. ..- . 4'.,5,,5 l, if , iggjlfil history und activities ot this important organiza- 0 i' , Tgfifqix tion. 0 "fi: Q , , . . . 5. j v ' lj,':g,:4 lhe mzun purpose oi the llonor League is to "' . 'fa stress the value :md utmost importance of honest f f L , ff work. play, and everyclzty living throughout our ,e f . : high school days. However, the llonor League is jig our organization and is only :ts good as we, ' ft : f f' , I ourselves, make it! ' They made us honor conscious . . . . United we stand .... s'1'1'111aN'1' 01111N1'11. M 1110 V11100 111 1110 5111111-1115. 1110 5111110111 C111111011, 1s ff 11111110 1111 111 I1 1'C1l1'L'Sl'111Z111VL' 01001011 1111s 11111 1.I'Ulll C2lL'1l -I , 1 11111116 r1111111. '11110 5111110111 C111111011 011r1'10s 11111 11111-1K'L'1S 'kv f11r 1110 1l1I17I'11VC111R'l11 111 1110 1l1lyS1L'1l1 111111011r111100 111 1110 111 1 s0h11111 111111 111-011s 1ll'1-1ll'C 1110 s11111011ts 1110115 110511111011 111 111 ' 11111111 high 011110111 011111-s 111 1111-11' 11111-s. This 11-111' th0y 'ff 1 KX . s1r0ss011 Il 111111'-111111 0111z011sh111 011110 111. 1lfl1lL'S11', s01111111r- V 11' 1 3 K ' ' s11111, s1111r1s1111111s11111, 111111 01110 111- 11111111-rly. I I 1111, N 1 ' '1 11211111115 j1111s 5111101115011 111' the 8111110111 C11l1ll1C11 111'0 11 111 111111111131 1110 11111011 11111-s. s011111g 1-0111131111 11r11g1'11111s 111111 1 ' 1 11, 11 If. C. 1111155 5110111-rs. s01'1'111g 11s 11111115' 1'00011t111111s1s 111111 1 ' , 1 1 1 11811611112 111 11ss011111110s. T110 11111111 51101111 0v0111s W1-1'0 1 1 1,1 A 1110 7111110111 Show 111 A1Z1l'C1l, 1110 111111111 111111 111 .X11r11, ' Q 1 1 1. 1 1 111111 111011' 11111111111 11101110 111 ,1ll1lL'. 1 an 'X f, A -3oCMEJK,5,s 1 111501: 12. 1i11110y, 1'r0s1110111g 11. K001'0r, V100-Pr0s111c111: S. 111IXY1i111S, SC1'fC1ill'j'I 17, N10ll1'l', '1'1'0:1s111'01'. 11IlL'1i 1-11w: ,1. 11111-1111111, If. 1.1lL'y. Mr. C. 1.. R1m1e1-y. .'X11v15111'g 13. L'r0ws, li. L'111l111s. 1i. 1.1111-1'11. '1'111r11 row: 12. B1ll'1ii11Zl1C, 1.. 1i01'11111l,.1'. 111111111'1111, 11. S111111111111, 1.. f11lI'1iL', M. .'XIl11t'l'5UlI, N. L'11a0. X l'1111g1-11, bl. 1'1'11s1, M. 1c1'1'011, L. l1011101, P. Doss, M. IX111r1'011, G. N01st01'. 500111111 1'11w: A. S1111111, D. l7lll.1k..1. L. Davis, V. W1t11r11w, P. Drcwry, V. HDlldCrSllI1, C. H1111'110s1111, H. Caup t .X.111111s. 4 . A V I 4 1 1-1rs1 row: 13. -111111141111, S. 1111wk111s, 12. 1Xll11'.'y, 11. Moore, R. 1xL'C1L'I', K1. Ix. 51Ill1L'j', 11. 1J111111. ,1. 1J11111111, lx 1Jor1111111. S0 we could remember .... an wi-1641 my Back row: -I. Tolley, P. llensley, I. Helsabeck, M. Simpson, Miss Cox, advisor: J. Butler, D. Ebert. Second row: J. Cure, l'. Xvlillgll, C. lfostcr, rl. Czxnzldzl, li, Keefer, R. Scott, S. llavidsun, .-X. Caniphcll, A. GUgg'CUllL'l!11Cl', C. Sll1illL'l'. I'i1'st row: N. Slltiifl, .-X. llCllLlCl'rUIl, rl. Firkin, ll. Crezxsy, F. Blood, H. l.i11dsz1y, B. Hzxrris. Additional: Bl. JOllll51JIl. Tlllf L'lQliS'll STAFF A'RC'lllCllllJC1' our flL'llClllllC, X11ve111l1c1' l5", says .-Xlmlnot Henderson as the yearbook staff buckles down for ztnutlier year of pl111tug1'z1pl1y and copy. Classes, activities and sports must be covered i11 the most 111i1111te dc-t:1il. Xllnrk llll15f lie dune ftt El feverish pitch so that deadlines can lme met. l'lt'I1ClC'I'5Ull, fillggCI1l1CllllCI' and .lllllIlSlJll llllllllil class sponsors for class news. Keefer collects pictures for tl1e e11g1'z1vers. Scott, l.lllllSZl.y and Sinipsun beg for more typing matter. liurnette picks 11p 'l'olley's picture list. lfirkins and lilmert luring i11 professimiztl-like clrzlwings. Butler relives the fmitlmall scz1so11. llZlWlill1S sells z1l111c1st all Lynclilmurg ads. Helsalmeck and Ca11:1da try writing uspriglitly cupyf' llloncl and Crezisy Illlllllll lJlCUlI'C'S. Cure guztrds the Cllllllllly. Snead and Xvilllgll struggle for Senior adjectives. This is Ylllllll ll7. group YI. This is tl1e CRI-Isl' stuff XYlllp1Jlllg into shape your CRI-1s'l', 21 record of tl1e veur Wil-52 and, we hope. Il source i11 the years to come of pleasztnt I'Cl1lllllSCCllCCS nf your high school days. l?-Ol They won national honors .... CRI 'lilt' The C'1'ilir, our high seliuul magazine. which appears tri-annually. prtwifles the stuclent, whether reacler or euntrilmtur, with enjoyment ancl satisfaction. liaeh pnlmlieation inelutles short stories, features, poems. eclitnrials. write-ups of selimvl news and m'ganizatimis. ancl illustrations. .-Xll emitrilnitirwns. whether written or clrawn. are clone lw the stuclents only. The magazine is eonfluetecl ln' a stall of appruximately twenty people niatle up ul etliturs, department writers. business manager. faculty aclvisurs. and nthers. Meeting rlnring sixth grunp in the eheniistry lah, the stall reads, cliseusses, and votes un various material snlnnitterl lmy the stnclents fur pulmlieatirnl. Ultentimes. the staff seleets a theme fur its magazine. "lli'utlie1'litmtl anrl Interna- ll0l1ZlllSll1H was the theme of the fall issue, arrnnnfl whieh theme many uf the artieles eenterefl. l,ast year. the C'ritir reeeivecl Medalist. the highest attainable rating. frmn the Selnilastie l'ress .-Xsstmeiatiun of Cuhnnlmia L'nix'ersity ancl .'Xll-AXnieriean, the highest attainable. fruni the National Scholastic l'ress .-Xssoeiatiun of the Lfniversity of Klinnesrmta. 'lilllf flllllf S'l',XlfIf Inset: A. App, G. Cflllllli. Co-editors. Ritek row: ll Moore, ,-X. Kelly, P. Riley, fi, Ctwllins. l.. lfarmer. li, lfpling. liirst row: B. lforml, Bliss lllunt, arlvisorg J. lhwwer, .X. ,xl3lb, ti. llntehesun. Y. XYitln'uw. llll We got the news once cr week . . . . Inset! Pat XYoolriflgc, .lurly Kaslcr. co-eclitors. Hack row: Xliss xxillllllllls, Miss Cunningham, aclvisorsg J. Turner, lf. Gills, K, llaynles, ll. XXI-ilznul, ll XYoocly, C. Tucker, IJ. lihert, B. XYright, B. McKee. Second row: l'. VV00lriclgc. vl. Kasler, M. R. Smiley, K. Johnson, Gremmels, M. R. XVright, A. Jesscc, Owen. l'. XYright. K. R. Parker. First row: G. Hunter. D. Hall, S. Davidson, M. Chafee, Garrettc, A. Campbell, Frccr. THIC HIGH TIMES "john, rlirl the acls get here?" "'l'hrow me the heaclline hoarclf' ",lucly, clo you want IS lieneclictine on this F" "Pat, how long do you want this cclito1'ial?" "Get that story in tomorrow morning!" J Klonrlay anrl Tuesday these cries till the Ilirfl: Tflzlex room. On XYerlnesflav make-up begins. lhursclay the commotion is removerl to Amherst where the staff goes for page-proofs. Since W2-1 the lliylz 'llI'1IIt'.Y, Cilass's weekly newspaper, has been an important aclclition to om school life, Students look forward to reading the week's news every l'll'lfl2lV afternoon: alunnn keep up subscriptions lmegun in sturlent rlays. The paper this year cleclicaterl most of its editorials to the responsilmility of youth in keepinff lreeflom alive. Pu The stall triecl to carry out certain Sl l'.-X irinci ales: clean co my without 1-'ossi 1, news mresentccl . . . - - 6 l in an interesting way anrl emphasis on inclivirluals since "names make news." They kept the beat in rosty weather .... Hlfnrwzircl mzirelf' Sl0'llIllS tlie clrum Illllitbf, lne lizunsev. :is tlie lmzmml ste is ull' tn emne swiiwiiw 35 . , - . U ' hi Pi I' rlmvn tlie iielcl to tlie stirring strains nf .ll11r'1'l1 TVKIIII. lfnntlmzill lzms tlirill in llie preeisiun inzirelnng, :incl elzilmorzne inzineuvers nf sucli colorful lizilf-time slinxvs :is 1.111111 .-l1111'1'ir1111 5111111 :mil St'I'T'l't'i Sllfllff. Lynelilvurg Citizens, ton, are entllusizlstie :ls tlie lmlue :mil wliite elzul lwzmcl lezuls llie lfnll lfzisliioii l':n':ule :mil tlie F-zifetv l,2lI'll1lt'. nnrl prurirles speeizil musie fur Kleinnrixil :mil ,Xrinisliei Dux' iwngrziins. T 7 A in i sr 'HQ' "Snap it up! Strziigliten tlinse lines.". Nlr. llzieli flemzmcls rlurmg the gruellinh ezirly mnrni A lsunrise servieel reliezirsuls wliieli mzilie all lmncl perfnrinzinees pnssilile. The Spring Umiieert provicles an exciting musiezll elimzix tn llie selinnl year. .'X1115l'1'ClIlllY1 :nulienees ln-:ir liilzirinus nuvelties. current popiilzir tunes. iinpressive nrertures, :mil siizuqu mzirelies. Utlieers wlin rlevute their time tn spurring nn tlie nrgzniizzninn ure: lluclrly' l.efeu', I'resiclent Qienrge lirnnlqs, Yiee-l'resiclentg Nancy Jn Fergisnn, SR'L'l'k'fIl1'j'Q :incl Dickie Crews, 'liI'C1lSl1I'K'l'. llziek row: fi. XY:ill:lee. li. XXvl1lflllk'l', T. Cliilclers. lfiftli row: ll. Crews. li. l.efew. B. Saville, J. Cuinlmy, XY. llnzikes. ll. Turnile. ll. XYriglil, XY. Vliillips, ll Riuuks. K. Bnrnelte, C. lfrzinklin, J. l'rel1le, B. Sqn-ille, ll. Ilerseli. liourtli row: G. Neister, ll. lflinn, li. llzmiel, R. Rznnsey, T. lluclsnn. lf. Reed, K. llzuniltnn, C. Nlnnre, li Linilsziy, R. Vmrers, R. Neel. li. Jueksmi. Third row: J. P. Kreger. T. Tucker, R. Owen, R. Jes see, U. Neister, li. T. llnnt, ll. llrnwn, N. Mnliznies M. Terrell, B. Clowclis. Second row: J. Rznnscy, R. llieks, J. Morris, Xl. Blanks. S. Creusy, C. Yan Cleve, N. J. Ferguson, X. Case J. Dalton. O. liroclie, ll. Ilxihcfick. Mr. J. Bach, zulrisur. lfirst row: K. R. I,I1l'lil'l', ll, Smith, li. J. lluclsnn. P. llzurkiiis. i "We've got the pep . . . , 4 ". '23 - '5 ' -Rx 761 ff Wl ffv i lywm' ' .CG -. ff lfisf lf r . Z7 4 L J 2. f z 4,2 5 V ' I I BZ'-:f7lfi'f 432.17 ray' . , - . , " 4f."'?mql' 3 1 ala n f A... V752 CIllCliRl.liAlJIiRS blanc Cure. llrrru' C.f1l'L'I'14'llI Back row: J. Bower, A. Campbell, C. Shaner, B. Keefer, L. Lewis, B. Creasy,J. Knowles. First row: D. Hall, J. Arnold, J. Cure, Head Cheerleaderg G. Grist, C. Booth. new A QE v ' 23+ L ' 0, 'Q 5 2' 1-4 1 I Ez., 5 .. 1 fy "We've got a coach . . . Insut: Head Coach Vince Bradford. Left tu right: D. Thmnus, Czmchg V. D. Bcckncr, Faculty Mzlnclgcr uf Athlcticsg Bryan, Conch. OUR IQICKQKJIQIJ Ill ll. Sn-plz-nulmcr IP-l.l.1ss I-Izunptfm ................. SCllH'INlJt'1' ll-C :lass l Izu'g1':1v0 Nl, .'X. SCIIICIXIIFCI' ZH-44 1ss XXQOUKIIAIIXY XYilscm Oclubpr 6,K2I:1ss N6w1mo1't Xvws ............... Uclnlwcr I3-V iss I'IZIIIIIXIPII-SYKIIICY Ucmlmr 10--1 H1155 fiCUl'Qt' XY:1shi11gtm1 .... .... Uctfmlvcr Z0-liluss Stlllllllllil Nl. .-X. .......... .... 4 0 Nf1x'c'1u1mL-r 7-C 1 lss l'Ctcrslmrg ............ .... Xfwc-xxllwx' U41 2i'1ss .... .... . 'Xmlrvw Irwis .... Nuvcllllpcr 1641 llzlss .... ,... .... v I QPR-1'sm1 Scnim' l AX'l'III.li'l'IC .XSSC DL'l.X'l'ION l'1'cx1rif'11f I In-mo llzlrris I 'in'-l"1'1'x1'f1'01lt Hulmlmy XYZIIIC ,S'm'1'4'l111'y lizlrlmzlrzl licefcr Our boys have got . . . Back row: B. Riley, Mgrg VU. Vy'hitely, Mgr.: V. Brzullord. Hczitl Couch. Bryan, Coach: D. Thonizis, Coziehg R. Vw'right, Mgr. Fourth row: C. Stinnett. T. Blankinship, R. Fisher, R. Vaughan C. Brooks. .l. Francisco. D. Blankenship. Sinoot. T. Glass. Third row: C. Reese. B. Lund. C. VVzilker, P. Unger. E. Giepel. l didn't know whzit to expect :is I szit there thzxt night. lt was the tirst gznne ol the l'?5l loot- h:tll senson. llere we were. ri green tezini with no one returning lroni lzist ye:ir's lirst leznn. up :igztinst llzinniton, lztst ye:ir's Cio-Stzite Cliainpions. The gunie stzirted with 21 hung. when lvlll lQ:iy:ui:uig'li went 45 yzirds in the hrst clnzirter zind llill lluhhzird grzihhed that hloeked pziss in the lzist two niinutes to ice the gzune :is we eztnie out Victorious ll-lm. .Xt the next gznne our tezini swztniped llzirgrztve Xl. .-X.. hut two week-ends of defeat thzit fol- lowed :it the hzinds ol' l'ortsinonth :ind Newport News were enough to nizike anyone sick. The only hright spot was Llunior lJnll's l5 yztrd plunge for our only score at the Newport News gzune. The "dust-howl" gzune at l'ortsniouth had zi few hrenks hut they went the wrong wziy. .-X lew long passes did the trick. .X 75 yard kiek off return hy Newport News was another hzird hreztk to overeonie. lireziking into high gezir zigziin. the Hilltoppers ran rough shod over Hanipden-Sydney bl. V., with just zihont everyone getting into the scoring act. ln the Danville game the defense of the hig lilne showed greater than did the otifense as we stopped the lighting "C:ircliiials". .Xlthongh they held their own in the hrst quarter on offense :ind defense zigziinst zi snperh Stzinnton Nl. .X. eleven. the llilltoppers couldnt Wllll5l2ll1Cl the onslaught of the "Czidets". ln zi "nind-howl" game with Petersburg, played there with an inch of water on the tield. there I38l . . . just what they need." C. M111111-. D. 1f111'1'1. C, Gary, P. c11lFW11C, R, T1'llXC11. -1-111111 11111-: 13. K111'.111.111g11. T. MiIb51L', L, P1111-ell, G. Recd. T. Page, 11. '1'111'111-1. 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L44lIl1'11 111'1':111, 111111 111111-11 5 1111111111s, 111111 11111 lllllg 1101116 111113 t111S football 561151111 111111 1711118 11111 511111 Zlll 1-x1'1-111-111 11-11111. 1391 .Q ,. ,,., ff A ,S K Q -3 ww S MEX .Mi I .- X ik Q X me A ' . x Q L ' 1 Qi kzfflililag-JU M ' Ku y ' YW x-' vslsy si X , X , Y "iu..., X XE. f M- Q 3' A . I w 1 .Se-.. ., wi k .f QC ' 97 Fight, team, fzght . . . 5 Back row: C. Wade. Mgr., J. Anderson, R. Coleman, N. Banton. J. Mays, G, Moore, P. Cowen, Rohertson, E. Kidd, D. Pugh, S. Baker, P. Vaughan, B, Peters. Second row: W. Wood, F. Reynolds, B. Musselman, F. Collier, H. Moore, D. Wood, I. Morris, R. Smith, D. McLaughlin, D. Hawkins, B. Driskill. W. Gilliam. First row: F. Spencer, A. Cash, Smith, C. Creasy, Wade, T. Blankinship, C. Farrar, W. Everidge, K. George, I.. Torrence, K. White. C. Overstreet. C, Staples. ,I UN I OR VAR SITY RECORD September 13-Glass ....... .............................. September 20-Class ....... September Z74t1lass ....... 5 October -Glass... October 12-C ilass ....... October 254Class .... November S-Glass .....................................,.......... Appomattox ..... South Boston ......... Altavista ................. Va. School for Deaf Brookville ............... Danville V. ........ . Hargrave Y. ...... . The Baby Hilltoppers played their first four games without having too much practice on their own plays. They caught hre in their last three games and upset Brookville, swamped Danville, and rolled over Hargrave. Coach Dave 'lll1OlllZ1S'S two platoon system ha d a few standouts. On the ohfense were Bill llriskill, lfranklin Reynolds, Dennis Mehaughlin, Frank Spencer, Linwood 'l'orrence, P. Vaughan, jack Robertson, and Quinten Smith. The defensive half of the team had jimmy Mays, Pete Gowen, Red Morris, jimmy Anderson, Bill Musselman, and Frankie Collier. l32l They were live "Y"ers Y-'l'liIiNS e - ge K w e ' Our I'zH'fm.ve iii? ii - f dig ? L f . 'ft " 'ffl' ,. - . l ,il ff - Q ' if ldlinivfl i " lo lminlcl a hetter felluwsliip of women and ,-, , -3 KW' ' ' girls clevutefl to the task of realizing in our ' jf f emnniun life those itleals uf personal and social ,Q , Q f j L, living to wliieh we are C0lllll1ltfCCl hv our faith 1 V - ,,,Tf- f 4. ' , f' - - - ' fg ff J "-' + ..,,-v...-S as C lll'lStlZlllS. ' f' ' K , I f . if . I f. 1 i 47, ' I X In this endeavor we seek to unclerstancl , , A , l' I .lest1s..totlsl1:ije lllislluve fmlrrl all pefllilei and tu K I ,Y Mlmumm fr grow in ie 'now ec fre am uve 0 mc. 1, , ' ', f '1 - - 4 N seg ' nf We F f fr 25,5 I: f . A fy ff 5 X ,A I l ! If , 1 f ' ' 'I I lf, J, '- . First row: L. Clark, President of Sophomore Club - f- f' ' 'iglffj A. Guggenheimcr, President nf Senior Club .- -- -T - - in K-bwgve 1 F. Booker, TrifHi President X 'M' ELUY M. Chafee. President ul Junior Cluh Mrs. Mendez, Director N. Case, President of Freshman Club XXL Clicking keys . ., . IEYSINIQSS lilJL'C'.X'l'lUN Back ruw: E. Mason, D. Hensley, P. Lucadu, N. Moore, F. Cash, R. Driskill, H. Blanks, C. Elliott, S. Mays, S. Singleton, F. Lee, L, Krantz, T. Tucker, C. Staples, M. Caniphell, B. Lindsay. E. Wciiiizick. Brutly, Mr. Burinahln. Fourth row: Miss Porter, Miss VVillianis, Dudley, l. St. john, Firkin, C. Tanner. C. Altizer, M. Padgett, P. Vv'ilkerson, B. Hudson, Z. Marsh, N. Mitchell, E. Gills, K. R. l"arltcr. B. Ford, Vyfaltun, Miss Brown, Mrs. Burinahln. Third row: I. Knowles. E. Powers. B. Tonner, D. Gruhhs, E. Brutly. S. Pollard, C. jacuhs, M. St. john, P, Reid, UI, Caldwell. M. Fergusun, M, Hunt. G. Bensun, N. Burruss, Chambers, K. Dorman, G, Ruakes, P. Vslright, D, Beard. Second row: D. Unger, D. Cyrus. R, Vvladc, S. Martin. C. Reid, E. Hall, R. Kirkpatrick, J. Beard, A.Wl1ceIcr, B. HLIFHS. M. Ford, flarli. M, Cumby, D. Hendricks, M, Blanks. P. Cooper. A. Duwdy. First row: H. Mayherry, Garrette. lvl. Knight, D. Burns, D. Cristy, L. Smith. M. Massie. G. Vv'iliner, K. Mathews, P. Vwlray, M. XVond. P, Cotllin. l. Ferguson, V. Richardson, D. Vvkitid. N. May. L. Spruuse. A ISUSIXICSS lilJL't4.X'lilt JN m ml Um Un lJI.I'.Xli 1 Mrs 1 K M4 m , The clicking nf hunrlreils uf typewriter keys, ' ff 4515, ' 7 the s meerlily taken rlictation. the constant filin f, ?,f'VZ'1' f l . . ' . P' lf'2m"i1' f the clrillinwf uver husiness math mruhlenisgall g lafmfimpt U U A U l L " this and inure gm on everyday in our very husy ,if 'll PHILLIPS OU 5uvEbS COWE ancl iinpurtant Business liclucatiun Department. f"" 2 'J i fiisf K . 7 ,fn gfsxsai-5 " , . . . ZZ Q 1 259111 U., - jf lhe niany ctnninercial students in school fyigiifft, Ag, U 353 4 U A clionse une of these courses as their husiness . ' 112,33 gg MU L f 2.1 ff' IU U U . . . . . . Qfiizgif' -ff-.ifaevik 1 1' f-' ,.,f ina ur: Clerical, with em ihasis on clerical ,WWW -- Z Joan 'Fw-Kin! l U U U U U l U X- "' 7 ,KZ iractice. Secretarial. with its ein mhasis on short- , 4- I U U U l U U hanrlg or Accounting, with its inain class in Q-' hookkeeping. This year there has heen such a great increase in the nuinher ut' cuinniereial stuclents that it has heen necessary tn convert rnnin 303 into an aclclitiunal typing elassrnmii. .-Xlsu there has heen intro- clueecl lately in the clepartinent a General Clerical Course. l34l . . . and whirling pencils. Many Glass commercial stuclcnts have Colne to holcl reslmonsihlc positions in the school hc- causc of this valuahlf: lmusincss training. Caro- lyn Booth expertly hanclles the very lmig jolm of living thc St-nior Class treasurer: hloycc lfirltin has workctl up to het'on1C our school Cafeteria accountant: and Charles Staples anrl Iris St. blohn are hoth Conscic-ntious high school funcl accountants. ln thc Coinincrcial llepartnicnt all account- ing stuclcnts. taking the two or tlircv ycar voiirsc. arc rcquirccl to qualify anil rvct-ix'c .Xil- vancvcl l't-nnianship L't-rtifitwitcs hcfort- grail- uating-a goal that all sticccssftilly reach. . 'Y' , - H F- Q X YQ B L f .--- f , - : , - 1 9 15! - af.- - f Jig. -si Q fr Q W ef - ei - g? fer A URNETY- viSrfy941T"f259!"l""'f .f.- ., ui.. H K 1 ,. , - is E Li? i Nlr, Burinahln has announcccl that in the ncai' future hc hopcs to organizt- a hranch of tht l'uturc Business l,earlt-rs ot .'xl1lCl'lCZl, a national cluh, in li. C. Glass for all t'oinint'rcial stnilcnts liL'Sl XICSS l1lJL't'.X'l'IfJN Back row: D, Dodd, M. Dc-larnuttc. Thomas. S. 'I-l1l'Ul1k'l".1!'Q. P. l".iwltin", VI. lE,i'lL'l'UI1. ll. Hiclc-. ul. Cinnhy. E, Daniel. D, Ncistcr. L. Jennings. S, -loncs. A. Ashwcll. NY. Ashley. M. liallcrty. R. Tomlin. B. XX'lnlc, j. Harvey. J. McClurc. liifth row: Miss Porter, Miss Vwlilliains, B, Hodges, L. Davis. A. Zarrcs. B. Clowtlis. B. Baltlwin. nl. Morris, C, Ponton, D. Sprousc, .l. Callahan, Phlcgcr, M. Burruss. M. Chafcc. VI. Cliainpagiic. Miss li. Brown. Mrs. Burniahln, M. Pate, A. Hicks. Fourth row: C. Ford. V. Brown, M. Tucker, M. A, Vyhltc. Atlains. C. Doss. K. Haynes. ll. Martin, B. A, Bryant. V, Hicks, M. Moore. B. Bclchcr. Vv'right. N. Hudson. S, Thomas. B. Carinichat'l. Dolinggvr. -I. Staplcs. Mr, Burmahln. Third row: B. Godscy, D. Hawks, B. Burncttc, F. Moocrs, D. L. Hawkins. P. Coatcs. Dalton. l. Cunningham, N. Padgett, C. Nucklcs, F. Tyrcc, H. Candlcr, V. Tyres. N. j. Stinnctt, B. Tomlin. B. King. M. Mugginson. Bcctmd row: B. Ashley, D. Minix, B. Williaiiits, A. Smith, B. Lloyd. B. Liptrap, D, Stinncttc, B. johnson, S. St. john, M. A. 'Staton, B. Austin, N. Harris, Bryant, S. Cox, Ewing, M. L. Scott. 5. Mcsscr, B, McGlothIm, First row: B. Oakes. C, Houston, B. Carter. C. Booth. D. Hall, Cyrus. P. Bowles, B. XYinlicltl, N. Case, M. Damcron. R. Staton, N. Carwilc, V. Witliroxx', E. Elliott, Clicatliain, R. Dixon. D. Vwfootl. B. Richardson, D. Clark. l35l Rambling through Autumn .... 1. School Lluyx, dcxu' old golden rulc days. 2. Food! Step right this way, folks. 3, Powell makes ll gain :ag.unft Hxunpton, 4, ll you can-t rczld the programs, Sit on them. 5. OH to the Danville gridiron again, 6, Four lwy thc wuyfulc, 7, A'NVu. ilu' pcoplcl' Education VVCC li. 8. At Lllfl rn the Nfoon sat everyone in an swoon 9. Upun your mouth, Say zxlxflvhfhl l36l f Q ., , dwg Rf f - 5? i W WW, D 'fe 533 k S -95 il fm K ' "MAL W mf M 'wi V, J wtf'-ii 1,, f""""' Maw K gf " W 2:i 2 '5'-'-- ,:,, ""AE-':: fiif i t ..:. V The sophisticated Sophomores . . . CLASS OF 1954 Top: Sophomore officers M. Damcron. Trcasurcrg Miss Lucilc Cox, class sponsor: H. Hansen, ViccfPrcsidc11t1 S. Crcasy, Sccrctaryg Acldltional E. Barksdalc, PI'C5l.j6I'lI. Bottom: Algebra 1113 XVC plan il frolicg ZA English. No icc c11V1'r1'11 thc g1'1111111l 111111 1111 snow was in thc air, 11111 it was winter just thc 5211110 a1111 thc llllfl-NY1IllCl' social cvem of the Sllllllllllltllf' Class went off on schc1111lC. Sixty sopl111111o1'cs accom- l3Ill11L'f1 hy their class 5130115011 Bliss 1,l1L'11t' Cox. a11fl Mrs. R. Y. Croxxwler, skated from 3 130 to 11:00. l:6llI'llZll'5' 1-1 at thc Klcrry 61211111-11 Skating Rink. One 1111111111-11 111111 thirty of thc sop1111111orcs, hccausc of Cl'1JWf1611 co111litio11s hcrc, were forced to sp11111l their first year of high school at Rohcrt 15, 1.66. This year, 1111we1'cr. all the sop11o111orCs arc 11istrih11t1-11 h1'1'1- i11 sight 11o111111'oo111s. QllldilyZ1.C1jl1S1111gtl1C111Sf:'1VCS11lSL'll101'111g11 school lifc, the SllIJ1lU111Ol'i'S 11:1vc 111ai11t:1i11c11 a go1111 sclwlastic Sfilllfllllg 111111 haw taken a very acti1'1-part this year i11 hoth c111hsa1111 sports. From a total of three 1111111111311 Zlllll 11111-, 111irty-cig11t won term 11o11or Roll 11isti11ctio11. Ninety-scvcu joi11e11 some cluh, six he1'o111i11g o11icers. 211111 clcvcu hoys 111a11e the regular 5411121215 111 foothall, haskct- ball, and track. 1381 T11 11r Second ruw: XV, 1,1HlI'UI1, N. Padgett. Nocll, C, Dumm U. B . . . stood confidently . . . ack ruw: MI'S.Xx1ll112lCC,13,Mx'D2lI1lC1,A1,MCKL'I1Yy.vv.NC11IQQlI1, T. Malrtm. M. Myvu. 12 1llI'I1L'l', 1L. 1,m'c1n. 11 Munro. G, Vxbnwldrinlpgc. 13. Mzurkhalm. R. Nucl. ird mw: D. Xx11'1j.f11t, R. Moyer, T,M1-Kee, 13. Ki11g,S,Spc11ccr, 17. M111u1', XY. 1'111111pf, P. Uwvn, 13. K41x'nnnx1g1w ' ' I T cumd row: ff. QlllI1I1,N.M4lFT14Sk'lI. L. Kcrfuot. M. S1wtxx'c11. 13. Alum'-, DI, M111s. -I, 1x1m-lv. S, Smxmlvrf. 1, 111111 um 1' 3 tum 3 3 A, Lmtlmn . .1115 , xr row: S. Alumw. G. Luvmg. M. S. lollglrd, 1, Rxlqy. A. SyL1HliI'. 13. XX1.l11iCI'. K SX'k1ll1Vl'. E. Minn, 1.. 5511114 K. Marmc, Al, 1,rc1N1c, 1. Mays-. 'xL1L1lIl0I1il1l G. Munro, T. Rucker, 13. XX1l11'W1II'I1, 101 Q .. 1 f ll' V 101 - Buck row: R. XX111lIIllCI', CI. Murkf, R. Godfcy. B. 1nQc. 1b.MCLLll1g1111I1.-1.RU1WCX'1N1I1,B. 1'n'mx'n,1N. Lcm-r. rodic. V, 1..mgc1. T, fflxmhlcxos. Flrst row: S. Howard, P. Doss, S. c1llI'I'1L'l', VC, A:111cy.M, Kmg11t,M, 1'1n111ngswm't11,j.1'1L1g1wf, 11.1w.l1iUb. 1 3 9 . . . on the second step of the ladder . . . Buck ww: P. Reid, T. Baintnn, M. L. Cox. C. Brooks, Vfriglit, A. Kidd, B. Sliipnizin, R. Niehnls. Second row: S. Vziuglian, R. Curtis. C. Parker, F. Hackwortli. P. Howard. jones. P. Lindsey. Monro. First ruw: C. Neirster. B, jones, Davis, T. Pryor, R. Wzlde, S, Metts, K. Cunninglizim, C. Brnnlmni. Additinnzil: R. Tlwniais, T. Vfriglit. H. Spencer, XV. Ezines. Daineron, B. Buwnmn. lr. Murphy. l14,' e-zivh Back row: K. Hamilton, A. Czisli. K, Burnette, R. Davis, H. Hansen. D. Sutton. Third row: S. Hartmann, L. Chambers, I. Groscelose, R. lessee. C. Franklin, G. Clicathsnn. A. jetcr. A. Gerliurdt D. Davidson. Miss Spencer. Second row: D. Coates. C. Damerun, G. Clements, A. Costan, B. Crowder, M, Andersun, C. Ford. S. Crezisy, .I Elder. First row: L. Bragg, E. Hopkins, P, Dickerson. I.. Cla rk. Additional: E. Barksdale. l40l . . . becoming leaders and participants . . . 8.1.-k rww: ll lunrx, N. lVlQllw.ms'Q, Krwmvlvk. XV. lxlnr ton, Pa Slwiclxl-. ll. Vflwitc, lXl, Tmnvv R Twvnlm lfuurrlw ww: U. l'ru'x'mv, XV1lcy, K. Blmgvr, B. Brlcllcr, G. Dullngcr, N. DIIHHUII. lvl. lxhyf, lf. Du-X, M. l.. Scwtt. Tlwml ww: S Cr.1I1.lm, fl. Ellmtt, C. ClUlCIl1JlI1, Nl. Hznrgi S. S. Gxlllaun, rl. l'nrl4c1'. .l. XY1'1glwt, D. Cllnlsty, Cl. Alacolw, S RUxllt'IN gun-ml ww: U. Prmullll, D, Cyrus, -I. L. Hurvcy, G. XX'1lmcr, ll. XX'my, K. Muttlwwx, N. Mxlxcy, D. Dmlcl. ,l. llwaul, A. M. XX'l1Ck'lx'f. lin-t ww: ll. LlllLlNJlY, S. Donald, B. -ll'HDl!lLIS, 'Mlclxtu-n.al: R ffnlcn1.m,N. Hull-un. SHO 302 - Buck row: D. Bll1'llN,,l. Bryant, D. Alnwml, C. Hunt, B. Dr1Sl-ull, G. Miles, D. Dudley, D. Hcnalncks, Second ruw: P. Cuupcr, M, Blanks, A. Dowcly, Miss Porter, B. Conner, G. Saumlcrs, L, Cumptun, lf Ppntnn I.. Dams. H. Clnldrcss. lilrit row: D. Grnl'wl'N. l.. Smstlw, R. Staton, K. c.1ElfWllC. Additional: S. Cox, Ewing, D. Sprouse. l-HI O I U in all school activities. Buck row: R. Vfgxrincr. fl. Cnsszldo. Al, lfndszrxvood. C. Paris. L. Alzuucs. L, Smith. T. Glass. B. Musselmam. Second row: Mr. Mumpcr. D, Blqmkcnslwip. B. Vhlkcrson, C, Nloorc, If. Vwllutc, T. Blzlnkiuslup, A. Tnynlzm, A. Martin. B, Scvillu. I'1rst row: Staple-. ll. Xlllllgllilll. E. JQXIIIQISUH. V. Vfitlnrow, G. Brooka V. Riclmrdfon. M. Brown, B. Smith 303 f 314- Back row: j, Furcy. B, Page, C. Farrar. j. Caldwell. S. Aclamcc. ff Gcipcl. j. l:lIZg1Cfilld. P. Daniel, J. Evcrctt. Fo Th Sec urtlm row: E, Kidd, G. Ross. c:lI211NP21jjI1C, Moon, M. Dillard, N. Burton. N. Ferguson. ird row: C. Rcid, M. Brown. P. Reid. M. St. tlolmn, M, Dzuncron, S. Newton, S. Thomas, F. Bryant, Mrs. Barksdnlc. ond row: K. Bullagh. C. Carter, D. Hzuumcrslcy. R. Burnley, P, Vv'ilkcrson. O, Snow, M. Overmann. 5. Jones First row: Maddox, S. Pate, R. Carey, T, Huggins, johnson, B. Imes. Adi C n l ll ll nitionul: l. Vu Ccvc, D. Marshal , E. Rodgers, N. Mitchc , S. Morton, l43l We felt like broadway pros .... lD.XYl D CLXRRICK l'l ,.-XYICRS The huilcling of stage sets, the rehearsing of lines ancl eues. the skillfully applied make up. the play festival trips-Y--all these are familiar sights ancl aetivities going on in the sehool's tlrainatie elulm. The Davitl Clarriek l'layersl The eluh is nainerl after llavicl Garriek, the fainous eighteenth eentury lfnglish aetor, lt is eoinposetl of stuclents interested in clrainaties-not just acting alone. hut any lieltl ol clraina. such as eostuining. properties. lighting, ete. Bliss Virginia XX'iley is the aclvisor for the organization anal rlireetor of all the sehool procluetions. Un Noveinher 30th. the llavirl Garriek Players presents-cl their annual three-aet play. This year they gave lflarriet lfager lJavis's delightful eoinerly. tfirl in flu' ,lloo11. ln the spring. the eluh always works with Bliss XYiley's fourth group rlrainaties elass in pro- rlneing a one aet play for the Virginia l'lay lfestivgtl. Un Klareh 22, they journeyecl to llanville with a very sueeesslul play, 'Of-U'-.ll1'-'l'1:u111Ii. For th s thirtl consecutive year the group earriecl ull- the highest possihle rating. that of Distinguishecl. lnset: President, Charlene Foster: Viecfpresident. jane Hclsaheck: Secretary. Connie Shatner. Treasurer. Glenn Collins. Alice Gnggcnheiiner is making up Bill M-:Kee for his part in fJP'O.'M?'TTllLmb, while Carolyn Mason and Jerry Gorman supervise. Other characters in the play are j. Bower and N. Ferguson, The other members of the eluh look on. Painting their way to fame .... Pictures on the board were clone by: K. Dorman, Garrctte, W. Pharon, A. Taylor, N. Allen, B. Bibee, N. Ferguson, M. Pate, H. George, B. Cress, and S. Stin nette. ART LEAGUE The Art League includes everyone taking art, whether it is in watercolor, ink illustrations, lettering, or poster painting. Since this club is so large with such varied interests, it has many activities. The art work for the Critic is done by Nancy jo Ferguson with the assistance of Houston George. Patsy XVilliams. David Ebert. Frances Blcod and Nona Allen. joan Firkins and David Ebert create the art illustrations for the CREST. The backdrops and sets for the productions of the David Garrick Players are handled by Houston George. Phillip Unger, .Ioan Firkins and Ann Taylor. Those posters hanging in the halls have been done by boys and girls in the lettering department. All this wo k is done in the art room-that's 307. l44l Latina Lingua-neque mortua neque mortifera . . . 1..'Y1'1N L'I.L'l1 Qlf1l111Ifi1..N-.1 XY1-11, x1'c111n1'114111111w11m'1'y1111'1'1- guing, 11111 1111' 111111l111- in 1111- pi1'1111'1- 1M'111XY 1111x'1'1111'1'1111x' Lf1hIlL' 111 lllIlIlY Il 1.211111 C11111 1111'c1i11Q. '1111L' 1.111111 111111 is 011111111151-11 111. s111111'111s 111111 1111x'1- s11111i1-11 1111- 12lllg'llZ1QC 111 1111- 111111121115 for thru- ur fum' y1'111's, 11s I1111.11l1Sl' is 111 l111x'1- ll 11111K' 11111. splcn-11 111111 1X1bIl1Zll1 1l'Zl11lflUIl, 1151116 1111111 l'k'g,fll12l1' S11111lL'S. Um' 5110111111 111'1'11s11111 111 1111- x'1'111' was ll L'111'is111111s party 1.1'Ill1I1'1IlQ Sillllll f41Zll1S 1111-sscr1 111 Il 111'ig111 11111 111g11. .X11l1111li1. 11ig111ig111 was 1111- 11111111111 lllL'l1lk'. 111 l'ZlSL' Yllllvfk' w1n111cr111Q, l1i11v XYZll1Lf11l1 is 1111111i11Q 1111 11111'i1'111 111111111111 11Sk'11 111' 1Qll1111111 Hill'- l'111fS. Buck row: C. Grist, Quzxcsturg A. c1QlH1P1Wt'11, Acdi1c1 Frost. f5M'L1l1Cl N. 1. FCIQIIS 1111. At'L111L'Z 1:I'L'1.'l' Sccund row: A. L:LlggC1111t'lI11CT, 15. Kccfcr, Ccnsurg F. f1Y1ll1k'C. .'X1x111cg T. 171113, 11111151113 131111611 1:lf5l row: 15. X'illl1.111D, Miss U111sw, zxdvlmr. Add111on111: C, HllfC11C5l1I1, Consul. 1451 g Habla vd. espanol? . . . Back row: Miss Bell, Advisorg 1. Mayo, L, Cantieri, W. Roakes, N. McClenny, J, Francisco, H. Harris, President: S. Stinnette, B. Davis, M. Murrell. Third row: N. J. Pickeral, M. Terrell, VicefPresidentg P. Drewry, H. Spencer, B. Jones. Second row: N. McNamara, M. Dietz, M. Rhodes, N. johnson, D. Petticrew, 1. Slaughter, E. Guthrie, M. F. Car' wile, B. Creasy, P. Waugh, Treasurer. First row: C. Mason, A. Crcss, P. Dalton, L. Wilkins, P. Woolridge, A. lessee, C. Shaner, B. Smith, Secretary, L. Cooke, C, Foster. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is composed of 4-li Spanish students. Its purpose is to acquaint the mem- bers with the culture, customs, and language of our neighbors to the South, as portrayed in song and story. At the Christmas meeting the members of the Spanish Club played the Pinata Game, tradi- tional for Spanish festivals. VVhen the pinata broke, it sent forth showers of gifts on the members. The year came to a climax with a fun-filled picnic. l46l :Q Parlez-vous rancais? . . . FRENCH CLUB VVith cries of "Hon soir, mademoiselle!" "Les lionlions sont tres delieienx!", and "Vive la l7r:mcel". the monthly lireneh Club meetings get underway with a lively air. Any second year lireneh student is eligible for memhership in the eluli which is under the adyisorship of Miss Holmes. The meetings are held at the various homes of the members and conducted mostly in French. They are opened with the l'resident's address. which is followed by the reading of the minutes, reports on current events in France, singing, games, tinelnding "l4ingo"5, special enter- tainment, refreshments, and all-round merry-making, and the lfrench student enthusiasts gain re- memlirances of intellectual as well as frolicking-lun moments. The officers of "Le Cerele Francais" are: .-Xllen Loyd, Presidentg joan Firkins, Yice-l'resi- dent: and .-Xnn App, Secretary-Treasurer. Back row: B. Bowman, R. Woody, Hclsabeck, Miss Holmes, Advisor: Kasler, A. Henderson, Firkins, Vice' Presideritg Gremmels, M, R. Smiley, F. Booker. First row: A. App. Secretaryffreasurerg L, Knapp, A. Loyd, President. . 'li iwi' 5 1 in T I ,Q - , X . Q tix s s 1, 1, R l '6 I t 1 I Il . l 1 ,fm.s.,,gJ5. IQQ. . N- N: K 5 : My s l47l The mastermind of the Hilltoppers . . . BASKETBALL Wfell, Coach, we are proud of you and the marvelous way in which you led the boys through a very successful season even though we didn't - win every game. Most people considered the team to be less experienced than usual and so no one can blame you for losing six games by a total of only fifteen points. Practice began the first of December with slight drills to enable Coach Q- Bryan to pick a varsity squad. He picked fifteen boys: Mitchell, Harris, Q Burnett, Richards, Martin and Jones, seniors on the squadg and Hickson, ! NVade, Duff, Boice, Nelligan, McCraw. White, Thornhill, and Hamilton, 5 who will be back for several more years. 4 During daily practices the freshmen and sophomores made up a "red- hot five" who played the part of each opposing team, trying to imitate them as best they could. Theirs was a pretty hard job since we played one of the roughest schedules of any high school in the state and to imitate such teams is rather difficult. To the tireless efforts of these boys throughout the season should go much of the credit for the fine showing the first-string made. JIMMY BRYAN Head Coach SEASON'S RECORD December 14-Glass ......... ..... 6 4 South Boston ..................... .... December 15- Glass ..... ..... 7 l Covington ..................................... December 20-Glass ......... ..... 4 1 Thomas Jefferson QRichmondj .. january 5-Glass ......... ..... 3 6 VVoodrow Wilson fPortsmouthj.. january 8--Glass ...... ..... 4 3 Hampden-Sydney J. V ................... January ll-Glass ...... ..... 7 2 Andrew Lewis fSalemj ............... January 12-Glass ......... ..... 5 5 Maury fNorfolkj .......................... January 18-Glass ..... ..... 4 0 George NVashington fljanvillej .. january 25-Glass ...... ..... 5 4 jefferson Senior fRoanokej ...... February l-Glass ...... ..... 3 6 George Washington CAlexandriaj February 2-Glass ...... ..... 4 l john Marshall CRichmondj ........ February 8-Glass.. ..... 60 Andrew Lewis CSalemj ............ .. February 9-Glass ...... ..... 4 5 George Washington QAlexandriaj February 15-Glass ......... ..... 3 Z George Wfashington CDanvilleJ .. February 16-Glass ...... ..... 6 7 Petersburg ...................................... February 22--Glass ...... ........ 6 35 Jefferson Senior fRoanokej ....... February 23-Glass ......... ..... 5 95 Hampden-Sydney J. V. ........... . February 29-Glass ......... ........ 80 Covington ...................................... March 1-Glass ......... ............ 5 8 Thomas jefferson fRichmondj .. TOURNAMENT March 13-Glass ...... ............ 5 35 Woodrow VVilson QPortsmouthj l43l That hot shot team 0 ours . . . 1311011 row: D. 5111'11C.1CT, C. jones, W. Ne11i11an, K. White, S1-0111111 row: 13, 11.110111-1, B. B11100, G. Gary, S. 1v111rt1n, B. Vv'11dc. 1:1101 1'11w: D1111, Ric11111'115, C0'CLlPf2l1l1 E. Harris, CO'CLlPfil1I1 Vvy. 1V11t011011, B. H101151111, K, B111-11011. '11111' 1011111 11115 V0111' 11115 1011 111' .X11fS11111-1' 1it'1l 13111111-11, 111111 11115 111511 1111- 511111- 1111111 501111-1', Il1lL1XY1lI'I'1'll N1110111-11,11-1111i11g1'011111111110r. 0111015 111111 110111111111-11 w1-11 W1-1'0 001111-r 111111 11101151111 111111 l11Zlj'Il1Zl1i1l1g g11111'115, 1111111 1Q1L'11Z1I'l1S 111111 1'101111111arr15. 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Q4UIlC11 1i1'y1111 11111111-11 1111- 11111-5 1121111 111111 1111151111111 11 1111111 off 115 1111-1' 0111111- 11111 1111 1110 1111115 1-1111 111 ll 51511 50111'1-. 1111- 11111- 11111111 0111110 111 1111- 11151 501-1111115 11f 1111 11v1-1111110 110111111 1111 Il 111111 511111 111' 111lI'l11'11. 1,11lj'11lQ' 1111'1-1- 1111111- 151111105 1111111' 1111111 11111111-, 1111- 1111111111111-15 1111111111-11 1111111111-1' 11111- 11111111 11111111-r 111 .'X1L'XZll1111'1Z1. 11111' 111 1111- 511'1111g'1-51 11-111115 111 1110 512119. 11111 Cllllll' 11111111115 1111011 111 111-11-111 '1111111 111111'- 5111111. 1111- C1-1111111 171511101 C1111111115, 111111 SZl1CIl1. 1'11ll1511111g 11111 111C1l' 1'1-15111111 501151111 NY1111 5011011 11111110 g:11111-5, 1110 1111111111111-1'5 501 11111 111 :111-11g0 5111110111 1111-1-11111' 501151111 110f01115. R1-V1-11g0 11115 very 511001 w111-11 T. 1. :11111 .'x11'XZll111l'1Zl w1-1'1- 110- 11-1111-11 111' 11 1111111 111 11110011 111111115. 11111 1110 17111111110 12211116 111111 il 111111-r 111510 for 1110 1111111111111-r5 511160 11115 111-11-111 k11111'k011 1110111 11111 111 El 011111100 111 1110 1110816111 131511101 11111- 111111 11115 111511 1110 11151 111-11-111 1111 1111- 11r111111'1' 0111111 1111 51x y0111'5, '1'111- 11-1111111111115 151111105 w01'1- 111111' 11v1-r11g1- 115 1111' 1111155- 1111-11 111111111011 1111'1111g11 1'010r511111'g, 1Q111111ok0, Covillgtlrll. 211111 H211111111011-S5111195'h1- Y. 111116 1111111111111-1'5 011101011 1111- S11111- '1'1111r11111110111 XY1t11 11ig11 1111110111 NY1l1l11llg 1110 511110 C11111111111111- 511111 11111 1111- jinx 111 1111' 111151 1111110 j'C2ll'5 111111 ll 1111111-rf111 1'111'151111111111 1011111 51-01111-11 111 111- 11111 l11ll1'1l for 1111-111. '111111 g111110 NYZIS 1110 1111151 t11r111111g 111 1110 11'1111'1111111011t 511100 1'11r151111111111 w1111 111' 111111' 11111' 11111111 111111 Z1 11115111-1 111 1110 11151 0ig111 5001111115 111 1110 g111110. R9Q'IlI'C116SS of 1110 11ar11 11lC1i, 1-1111gra1111a1i1111 5 111 1110 163.111, to C1111011 Hfyllll 211111 111 K1-11 11111111-11, .-X11-511111-, .-X11-XY1-511-1'11 211111 .-X11-'1'1'111r11111110111, to XYarr1-11 31110111-11, .-X11-XY0511-111 211111 .-X11-511110 111111111-111110 N11-111i1111, 111111 to H0111o Harris, .-X11-XV0s11i-rn Honorable Mention. xiu: I...-. Xl X' K Y J ... ,,, "N, ,,,.-sun Z FMS fb H' Q 'x HQ' 3 i 3, f .I x. . A SS X HSS' 4. ,Q K W ui X, .' .... ' Battling for promotion . . . Back row: Daw Thuinzis. Coach: R. Davis, F. Collier, D. Pugh, D. Blankenship. Second ruw: B. Shields. S. Philhpf, E, Kidd, A. Thurnhill, D. McL:iligIiI1i1.,'X. flush. First row: T. Bhmkinship, D. Miller. Mnnaigcrz T. Pryor, Thx- IQ. if lllziss ,Iuiiinr Yursity lizislwlhzill in-:rin slimwrl gre-:it fivriii :mil zihilily lu win tough QIUNC5 this your. finishing thi' scxlsuii wilh tllirlvm-11 wins :mil twin lussvs. LYINIVI' thc clilwclicuii of Uuzicli Ilzivu 'lxliuiiizix thc Iizihy IIIIIIUIIIICFSCICI-L'1lIK'4I :ill XYL-sli-ril Dis- trict wiiiipc-Iiliuii. Tho only twin clcic-:its uf tho an-zismi Cilllll' :it thi' hzuirls uf 'l'liinii:is -IL'II4t'I'S1lIlIS LI. Y. zuicl ui N2ll'l1llZl'S x'zii'sity. hiitli gziimw Irving plziyccl till t'm'cigii k'1llIl'lS. ,, l .. , . - . - ,. , lumiiiy I ryui' zmml lorry lilziiikiiisliiin Alum-ml the limiiiis ul k'llAk'ZllJIZllIlS. Imimiy l rym' tup- pcd the sc-11511113 scoring with HN points. 'IVXIOIQ Y.XlQSl'l'Y RICH JRIJ llcccmhcr I4-Glass lil Smith Hiistmi -I. Y ....... .... 2 3 IJCCCIIIIDUI' I5fflIlz1ss 47, L4m'iiig'tuii VI. Y ................. .... 2 3 llecciiilwi' 2041 ilziss ZW 'l'limn:1s -Ivl'I'ci'sm1 I. X ...... .... 4 4 'Iziiuizwy 11-1211155 717. .Yi1cI11'xx' Lewis 22 Izmuziry lZA11l:iss 70 Nllfllllil ....................... .... 4 4 hIzmu:u'y 18-iilziss film Ilziiivillc I. Y. .............. .... . 31 Imiuziry 25--Glass 45' -Ic1'fersmi Sciiiwi I. X ..... .... . 33 hlzuiuziry 31-C llzzss 47 Nzirunzi ......................... .... 5 I lfoliriiziry I-Glass 44 Hmulcvillc ................. .... 4 U lfehriiziry 8-Class 78 .Yiiclrcw 1.1-wis AI. X . .... .... 2 2 I"chriizu'y l5f4GIziss 511 llzuivillc VI. Y. ............. .... . ll Ifeliriimy 16-C ilziss 34 lirmmkvilh' ...................... .... . 32 FC'IJl'llZll'Y 22uClz1ss 57 .Icffcrsmi Sc-iiim' I Y 23 lfehriiziry 217 -Glass U4 Lkiviiigimi VI. Y. 20 March I----Glass SU 'l'lumizis hlcticrsmi 'I. Y ...... .... 2 5 i531 f .2 12 1 QQ gI2'4'6F'Q?g14 Q ' 'ff W 1 ' is S ?Qj,!'Q5 ' f ,,, in w 3 if J S R A 5, YR Sf ,W 1 1 xjxjk Lights, camera, action . . . Back row: Mr. Turkel, Advisor: Gorman, Cumby, T. Tucker, S. Thomas. Sixth row: E. Lacy, Presidentg P. Quick, K. Johnson, Secretary and Treasurerg K. Epling, B. Lindsay.. Fifth row: B. Parker, M. Sowell, D. Callahan, C. Farrar, B. Guill. Fourth row: 1. Clemnions, M. Moore, N. Pickcral, P. Hawkins. Third row: D. Petticrew, V. Henderson, B. Wcminzick, M. XValton, D. Burns, R, Stziton. Second row: L. Gearhart, P. Lipscomb, E. Smith, D. Wotmdsoir, N. Fraser. First row: G. Ncistcr, M. L. Scott, S. Messer. Tllli ClNlCM.X'l'lX3R.VXl'lIIZRS Those boys and girls you see lugging big, heavy machines from the auditorium to 2l2 are mem- bers of the li. C. Glass Motion Picture Club. Organized in l937. the club has as its object the pro- vision of efficient. well-presented visual education progrzuns for the students and teachers. Spon- sored by Mr. Turkel, the forty-one members are trained in the use of three motion picture pro- jectors and two small still projectors, and a large, multi-purpose machine. The Club has an average of from ten to thirty film showings for classes a week accumulating a yearly total approaching 900. "The films supplement textbook reading and conventional methods of teaching," according to Mr. Turkel, "and an opportunity is provided oftentimes to focus the students' attention on public problems that would otherwise receive slight or passing notice." XYhen theres a heavy rain in the air or snow on the ground, physical education classes are taken to room 212 to see films on an instructive nature, such as ones on safe driving, or to see purely entertaining films. tw The brains behind the assemblies . . . .XSSICNI lll.Y VIH bl LIQXNI U BNI Nl l'l"I'lilQ 'Iilw Kssvllllrly I'!'llQl'Zll1l Q11lllIlHiI1l'l' is Clllllllll-K'll 411.11 M'il'k'lk'1l.QI4UlllDUI. sllllivllls xvllusm- 1liI'I'if11ll task it is lu vlzm llSSUllliliiQ'S fm' the l'lljUj'l1lL'lll :mfl In-111-Ill will lwvlh sllhlvllls :mil IJICIIIIY. lluring ilu I past x'c:u', L-mlllczltwll, l'L'L'I'l'ZltiHI1, :mrl culture lmvc lwnm the x':1rum11s ilu-111vs slwssvml. Il-11130 sulvjc lmvc In-cu lwcsclmtc-cl in the form uI'1l1ux'ic's, plays. s1m'vI1cs. fn' skits, XX'l1ilv:1Il wt' ilu' 1n'mwg1':1111s hmm Iwvu uf X'Ililll'. llwrc lmvc lwmm twu cspcfizllly ulllslillltlillg, 'l'I1v l'l1rislm:1s play. ll'!1.'l'u l.w:'.' fx lllrrr Una' lx ,1l.w, was put rm by Nliss iyllylllss tirsl 1-mifwl 4,X Ifuglisll vlzxss. ll XXIIN wimlvly' ll Ulzlllnccl lux' L'vc'1'x'm1c. ln thc' llwmm' I.c':1g1u- ZlSNl'lllihif', Nlr. llnrry N. Iwlwlml s lull: Iv!! :1 :lu-lv 1111 I7I't'SSitlIl un ilu' stuflcut Iuuly, Buck ww: N. ,l. l'H-rgusun. cl14m'm.m: U. Crust, R. Jackson. Second row: G. Pmtlitt, E. Burksdzllc, D. Ma11'kl111x11, Miss Vfllcy. .ulvusf-rg N. l'1,1scr, Y. livmlursmm. limsl. First ww: H, H.msvn, B.ML'l,2lI1l1'i.M1'i XX'1IiiiU'41l1.JlliX1clI1 Mlss l'.uym'. .MIXYNUII -I. Tmuvx. M. iXmlvIs1vl1. 'X flnslw. M11 l3.uh. Qndx'ism'. I I C3 5K 2l3:Boom!!... rm -f 1- e A- --- First section: J. Cure, G. Grist, G. Giles, I. Helsabeck, Miss Phipps, A. App, R. Wright, I. Smoot, B. Hatcher, I. Carow, B. Vaughan, I. Wilkins, S. Cloyd, S. Baker, D. Kelly, R. Powers, P. Carwile. Middle Section: C. Booth, B. Keefer, Secretary: T. Scott, VicefPresident: A. Loyd, President: B. Smith, Treasurer, F. Crance, B. Driskill, Robertson, N. McClenny, M. J. Murrell, C. Walker, B. Boice, N. C'Brien, J. Hud- son, B. Hickson, S. Stennette, B. Bersch, E. T. Hunt, E. Arthur, T. Blankinship, D. Blankenship, R. Whitmer, L. Cooke, C. Shaner, G. Burnette, I. Carwile, M. Haithcock, P. Councill, R. Kiger, B. Harris. Third Section: P. Drewry, V. Henderson, D. Petticrew, B. Weiland, N. Hartman, M. Adams, M. Morgan, G. Collins, B. Keyser, L. Bowen, K. Epling, N. Lester, P. Doss, R. Blackburne, Frost, M. Anderson, A. Tayman, L. Farmer, J. Turner, E. Geipel, B. Farrar. THF SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club is designed to encourage interest in the sciences-chemistry. physics, and biology, and to suggest the possibilities in study carried on by students "outside the classroom". Known in the beginning as the Chemistry Club, the Science Club began its activities in the fall with its well-known initiatory session, in which new members, blindfolded, were subjected to elec- trical shock and various smells and tastes of the chemical world. The club held meetings about every two weeks. There were often on the programs demonstrations by pupils. Among these were the making of paints, changing water into wine and wine into water, and making a chemical garden. Cnce the members were divided into small groups: each group received an unknown compound to identify. Later the club took several field trips to local industrial plants. In the spring it was decided that the Chemistry Club should join the Virginia junior Academy of Science, a state science organization for young people. Accordingly, the club became the Science Club: physics and biology, as well as chemistry, were included. The three branches held individual meetings regularly, and occasionally held a joint meeting. l56l With a song in their hearts . . . 111115 CIIURLS .X1111111g 1110 Il11lS1L'Zl1 z1c111'1ties 211 Glass, 1110 L'111l1'l1S 1'1z1ss1-s 11:1ve 11f1'c1'1'11 S1l1f1Cl11S1l11 11111111rt11111t1' 111 3111111 11z1s1c t1'1'1111icz11 1c11m1'1Cc1g1' 111 v111':11 music. 11 11215 11111 110011 1111 Sharps ZlIlI1 flats. 111111'1'1'01'. im' 1111111111-rs 112111 :11s11 1-11j11y1'11 cxt1':1 1'111'1'1c111:11' z1ci1v1111-s. During t111- L111I'1S1ll1ZlS st-z1s1111. 1111 i11f11r111:11 12111-111 lJI'1lgl'2lI11 was 111-111. 111111si11g z1cc111111111111z1t11111s fm' t11c .X11-XX'1'st L11lIrI'1lS were 11r11vi1l1-11 111' Illllllf' lllCIl11K'l'S 111 1110 twu g1'111111s. 11isi111'1cs 111 11111'1':1111' p1'1's1'11t:1t1o11s 1l?lX'l' 211111011 spice to t111' ZlC1ll1l1 study of 1111- 11111s11':11 5L'fIl'l'S from s111'11 11r111111cti1111s 11s C'111'1111'H. 11110 111 111l' must v:1l11:11111- 1-Hurts 1111s 111-1111 c1111si1'11ct11'c Cl'I11L'1Slll QIYCII soloists 111' g1-111111 sing- ers 111' 1111- class 111111 :11'1' 111lc1'1'st1'c1 111 1lllIJl'1lX'1llg 11ll'1I' 2111111112 .X11111-c 1111, 1111- c11111'11s 11:1s 1K'2ll'IllW1 111 XVIlI'1i tfl:lK'111C1.. 111111 111 0111110 111 Z1 111111'C 1':1111z11111' rc:111z:1ti1111 111 llic i11111111'tz1111'1' 111' 11111810 111 SC1l111l1 11f1'. Buck row: C. c11QI1'1'i. D. A, Miiiix, N. Fcrg11s1111, Cz11dwc11. D. Eldcr, E. S111w1ctt, D. W11111l, 11. VJ11111ri11gc. B. Lindsay. C. E11111lt. S. Si11111ct1m, 15, Tyrcc, V. Lcngcl. 11. L11c111111, D. Hcndricks. F. LCC. 1.. Lewis, A, McC:1rt11y, Mr. Buch. F1ft11 row: R. Scott. P. Lindsay. S,Trc11t. Mi11s. H. S1111111t. P. Strickland. 11 Muucrs. E, Pnwcrs. E. MAIFIDII. U. 13rcx'11. -1, f111il11lP2lj1I1C. K. Brwlgcr, C. Gcipd, B. S1111 t11. S. H:11't111z111. C. c11C111CI1fS, 11. EI111-1. 1', Doss. FKlllf111 row: D. Cyrus. D, Christy, S. V1lllg112lI1, S. Hz1w1c111Q. P. H111111rz111, N. Moore. M, H11wc11. S. Hl7XN'2lfd, S. 1:1:cr. M. Mcgginsam. N, Maiy. L. Spmusc. V. Hick s. P. Drcwry, B. f1a11'111i1'11z1111. N. 1111'kc1':11, A, VJ111111, T11lI'L1 row: B. Cook, VV. D11y.M. 1'141it11cuc1c, B. H11c1sc111. P. Vv'rig11t, K. Hnymes. S. D1111:11d. C. Colv111:111, S. Lil111I1lT1, G. m'11111Cf, Hurgis, M. Dietz, N. MCC11CI1l1y', M, A. Ml!!'g2lIl. D. L. H11w11i11s. D. Pctticrcw. Sccnnd row: M. 1,2l111Cl'l111, Elder, M. W111vdy, C. Reid, R. Vv'11cc1cr, B. Wini1c111, S. Bryant, C. Brown, B. Liptrap, B. Harris. R. .l1mcs. D, Tc111p1et1111. E. Pmruffy. E. E11111tt. Mzlybcrry. F1rst row: ff, Da1111cr11r1. R. Dixon, P. W'ra1y, M. Vw'1111d, D. Dodd. B. As111cy, N. M11t11cws, G, Vdhgplcri B4 Black, 1'WlIl'I1C. E, G11t11ric. M, F. C1z11'wi1c. V. M. Vv'11itc, P, Dickcrsiaxt, 1571 . . . and a fiddle in their hands . . . Buck row: M. Berger, Secrctaryx H. Fix. Third row: L. Bowen. Clements. G. Painter, M, F, Citrwilc. Mr. Buch. Advi-or: N. Mahancs, D. Ncistcr. B. Lelcw, B. Saville. Second row: B. Dodd. Viccfpresidcntz Ci. Burncttc, TYC2lSLlI'CI'1 M. Massic, A. Gerhzirdt. P. XVorrcll. E. lvloon, R. Powers, E. Daniel. B. Lindsay. First row: S. Gordon, lirccr. President: A. Aletcr, S. Martin, N. Mitchell. B. Vsfallacr. E. Guthrie, M. Padgett, A. Linthicum, 'l'IIli ORt'HliS'l'lQ.X The orchestra, directed by Mr. llach. has had a busy year. llecause of limited instrumentatirmn, it has t-oiiceiitrzitccl chiefly on chamber music. Varynig styles were studied, ranging from liacb and llandcl to modern movie tunes. From a membership of 26. eight had the honor of being chosen to attend All-State String Or- chestra in Richmond, December 7-9. Suzanne Gordon. jane Freer. Barbara Dodd. Gaines Burnette, and Lawrence Bowen played in the advanced group. the Concert Orchestra: while Ann Jeter, Sue Martin, and Beverly XValker were in the XYorkshop Orchestra. The Concert Orchestra received an invitation to play in Philadelphia on March 24, for the National Conference of the Music Edu- cators' Association. This year, the orchestra. as usual, made many public appearances. In December, it played between the acts for the David Garrick Play, and again in May. for the Senior Play. Music for several assemblies was provided by the orchestra, and finally. its abilities were displayed in the Annual Spring Concert. l58l . . . they spread the Yuletide spirit. Tllli VHOIR The Choir is :1 selcclccl voczll group chosen from former nienihers of the chorus. lt was forniecl in 1037 to provide enjoyment for the school in 1lSSl'llllJly progrzuns :incl during the holi- illly' seasons. On 'lll1EllIliSglX'lllg the Choir invited several teachers in for its presentation of "G1'zn1cl11ia's 'lill2lllliSg'lYlllg.U XYhen the Christinzis season czunp- aronnrl. several carols were recorclecl hy the clioir for the XYl.X'.'X Clirislnias l'z'rty. XYhen the All-Nest Cliorns was held in Lynclihurg this year, five nieinhers of the choir. lizwlvzirzu Crews. Clziucline liooth. jenny Harvey. Shirley 'llll1'0llClJl1I'g. :ind Becky Linclszly, repre- sentecl our school. After niziny relieurszils, El concert was given on Sllllllily' afternoon. lfehrnziry 24. To climax the choir's very successful year. the Spring Concert was prcsentecl in May at the R. li. Lee .'XllClltl?l'lllIll. Buck row: H. Howerton. H. Blanks. B, J. Belcher. 1. Scu y. M. Moore. 1. Knowles. -I. Phlcgur. C. Tanner. S. Mays, K. R. Parker. H. Mayhcrry. M. Hunt. C. Nucklcs. L. Cnnticri. N. Harris. Second row: S. Thronchurg, N, Padgett. M. A. Staton. Thonins. S. St, john. N. McNzl1na11'ai. N. Msxy, Z. Mzirsh, N. Hudson. B. fuse, B. Brooks. P. H'lXN'li1I1!4. M. Blct 1. P. Dalton. Mr. Buch. First row: D. Wcwod. M. Tucker. I. Harvey. B. Godrcy, C. Booth. B, Carter. D. Clank, G, Dolingcr, Staples, I. Ferguson. P. Collln. C. Booth, A. Dowdy. 5 5 S5 . W T5 is .Q ., .. 5, i, ' 3 f s Q ' .- 'S lf l ' . 2 . , . , K .. 3 .Q . l59l When winter ends, in comes . . . 1. Busy lwczivcrf preparing stage Set. Z, Vxflieve Lute Is. 'Tliere Und ls Also our Cliriftmar play. 3. Cliristiiinf spirit! 4. Timds wasting. Seniors, get out :md dance. 5. x'HoneSty is the best policy" Honor League pre-cxzuii asfcmlwly. 6. Thc Registration Ccminiittce prepares for the Second semester. 7. USU lung. Mies. Mmm. lt's lwccii good Ln know you," 3. Practice for the future' Home Nursing Class. 9. Chalk up two for Burnett. I '1-.J'f ch SPRING When spring was sprung . . . Top: llmivr Ofliifrv l. Klwwlw. President: B, Bersch, VicefPrcsidcnt: Mrs, Vw'liitclieatl, Class Spnnsorz V Henderson, Secretary: li. Crance, Treasurer. Bottoln: Muunlight hilie: 3A Clheinistryz Geunletry ll. CLA-XSS Oli 1953 'ltmiors at last!! Uiiper ClZlSSlllCl1ll XYl1ataprix'ilege to he almle tu gn tn lirst assemlmly in steacl of seemicl ll The luniur Class starterl the rear rolling with a ccmiliinatimi weiiler mast and iiinuiiliwlit hike . - - Po lhis took place Nweinlier Zl, at lflYt'1'SlllC Park. lhere was plenty tn mt and L-yprylwucly had lnacls of fun. 'lille year, liowever. was nut all play and excitement fm' the hluiiiurs, 'lihey came face to laet with some pretty tough seliuul worli. Sonic nf those geuiiietry tlieurenis were really wliuppersg anc thc lse elieniistry ltll'l1llllZlS-tlll lmoyll ln variecl lielrls the ,Iuniur Class really slimle. 'lihey piwulueerl sehulars, actors. fmntlmall liernes lmasketlmall stars, track whizzes, ancl tennis sharks. The climax of the hluniur year came mi blunt' -lfthe rlate of the hltinim'-Seiiim' ring flanee. XYill any junior ever lnrget the thrill uf having his ur her high seliuul ring slippt-rl mi while she stnncl uncler the arch? l63l . . . the Juniors' ancy turned to .. . . . ive: E. Ramsey. R. Payne, J. Garrett. D. Ncistcr, B. Mnntiply, P. G. Vx'right. N. XVnrrcn, A. Mcffnulcy, S. Mays 1. H. Ramsey, B. Nocll. Three: A. Lee, R. Truxcll, Daniel, M. Anderson, B. Vwfndc. Vxnlkins. B. Rlcc. L. Vsnlluns. S. Duvnlmn, K XX'h1tc. 11' . . H 112 -- Fwc: B. Hatcher. li. Blnnd, N. Allen. I. lframrcu. A, Cnnlphcll. E. Dumcl. C. Ilnnrh. G. Ulla. L. l:ill'llIt'l', L. Lcwlf F. Craumcc, G. Bridges, R. Vv'right. Three: Clarks, B. Boicc, B. Durham, B. Kcyscr. B. Pryur.Tvl1w. Vflxxtclwcaul, B. Vau1glml1.R. Hltgli5,lXf1.Xxvllllillll5 J. Cnrnw. B. Farrar, B. Lindsay. Phillips, I. Bryant. 'xklhllfliillill Fmft. lr. RCyl1UlLiF. 103 thoughts of receiving class rings . . . Five: D. Jennings, A. Mcflarthy, A, XX'oodhouse, Fun ai, Spencer. F. Myers, P. McBride, M. A. Flynn, Th Blackhurn, R, Kiger, K. Altlzer, M. A, Vwvlllianis, B, Rieherson, B. Bihee, B. Gotlsey, M, Viar, R. Garwood ree: B. Brooks, Haas, D. Callahan, C. Story, R, Thomas, Z. Marsh, B. Thornton, Hill, V. Henderson, K Hayines, M. XVooil, N, Cyrus, B. Ashley, G. Saunders. J Additional: R. King. l. Moorinan, V. Tyree, M. NV1'ight. ZOO Fix Th 201' - 'ez B. Bryant, V. Brooks, M. R. Smiley, M. Simpson, G. Loving, F. Cash, N. johnson, V. Benson, V, Guill, B l Wriglxt, I. Ferguson, Holloran. rec: C. Witt, nl. Hudson, J. Duff, E. Geipcl, B. Cundill, N. O'Brien, T. Yates, E. Tinnell, L. Hogan, R. Sc L. Almond, A. lessee, P. Dalton. Additional: Tucker, F. Carter, j. Seay. P. Quick, l64l . . . and taking over . . . live: Mrs Burmaalnln. S. Gurdon. A. Thurnlull. M. Burrusf. M. Anderson, B. Cook, M. B. l7uwcll. ul. fxflvllll. f Buwcn. M. Bul1.umun. R. jznclismm. lfrccr, B. Dodd, Cyrus. I J Tlmrccz S. Bnlqcr. B. Gillespie. l. Cnrwllc. D. Flmn, T. Smit. l. Hcnflcy, G.nll.rl1qm, G, Burnctlc. vl, Tuckcr. l Butler. P, Bnglwy. B. XXUSIIII. Al. Ru-lwfrm. VV. Vflritcly. B. Grady, Ill - - 212 - llwc: R. ljuwws. N. Slwllcy. Mrs. Burnmlmln. S.SlIlQ1lCIl7I1, B. Lclcw. G. Rrmlws. B. Kr-mpl. B. XX'urlcy. S. -lnullllsm Il P, XX'mrcll. B. XX'rm1.1clc. M, vuillfllll, B. XXYCllQlHLl, G. Gary. Tlmrccz G. Mrmw. S. Clwyd, D. Parker, K, R. Parker, H. Hnwcrtun, S. Mzllmllcy. Murtm. Cl. XX'.lllik'I'. N. l'.1Llgr j. llugann. B. -I. Slllllll. M. A, Stanton. S. St, -Iolm. Aidkllllklllilll N. Hzlyslctt. l 65 1 . . . where the Semors left off. Five: Srnoot, K. Dormzin. B. Tlizicliur, E. Gills, E. Grzlhfnn, M. Chafee, Cll12llI1lWCI'S. Plilcgzlr, B. Tuck, D Unger, S. Pollard, W. Hurdison. Knowles Thrtflt Mr. Bllrlnalhlll, D. Kclly, P. vVvl'l2llTf, Clllllhy, B. Hudson, K, NYillizims, D. Vfond. Czirwilc, Cash M. Thomas, E. Elliott, B. Wingiicld. Additional: M. Dejarncttc. --?0l-- W 306 -- Fivc: B. Hxincl. B, Lindsay, D. Ragland. Recd, L. Sutor, Adunw, G. Vv'z1llzncc, N. lvlclindcn, B, Page, B. Pctcr M. Vvdlkcrfon, C. Powcrs, NV. P. Ellis. Three: L. Saunders, R. Vainghzin. B. Bcrsch, Flint, B. Savillc. R. Allen, j. Paige, L. Torrcncc, bl. C. Smoot, H Babcock, L. Rziniscy, C. Ovurxtrcct. Additional: L. Marsh, P. Henderson, E. Wooldridge, B. Burnctte, O. Moon, VJ. Parker, XV. Arthur. l66l Uutstanding journalists - outstanding students Ql'lI.l. lxxll sl'luml.l. lll llllbll ll lllllllbl IIN Illllk'f'Cll'lL'1'lll1lSSf.llIlllll'l'lll. Quill :llul Stroll is :l lllk'llIliL'l' ul' :lll llllk' 1 ' : 'z N J lll lllllll lllllNl xxllll lllXt fllllll UlIlNlllllllllL5 Wvicly l-lil' lligfll Sflllull 'lul1'llzllists. Ali'lllllL'I'S :llc Cluls- " ' 1 " ' . z XX'HI'li ill tlu' llli'l'l1I'j', :ll'l, l7llSlllK'SS HI' cclllllrlzll IlCIl1il'llIll'IllS ul mu' ul' lllll' lllI'k'k' plllllivxllilnls. llu' IIIIVINISL' ul tlu' 1 llllll zllul Scrnll slulu-tx' :le llPl'I1llll2lll'4lllYlllk'0Yt'L'llllX'k'k'4lI1lllllllL'k' I9 lllru lnlllg tllzll is, "Ill illslill ill lllt' Sll11lL'l1lS . , . I'1,l'cl-flll lvl'iIillg." . . . , , . . . . . . llu- QZIVICI' hluss lllzllllcl' s lll'lljK'L'l l1ll'llIlS XL'1.l4 llzls lulcll :l ll:llul-luulll ll1'SlQlll'1l Im' ilu' lm- 411 pupils Q'lllK'l'lllg lf. if iilzlss lligll Scluull lm' tlu-I lllxt tlllul, AX sllllilzll' llClll4l'lllNllx xxzls llk'SlgIll'4l In llu- Sllclcll' illlflllg ilu- scluull ywll' lll-lf-l'l4N. 'lllu- wurll XYZIF Klllllk' lllulcl' llu- ll'Iltlt'I'NllllH ul' Nl:llx xllIl'I'lSlI1l ll1ll'IlK'1'. :l sl-llull' :ll lqllllfllblllll-Nl1lt'lII1 xxlllllllll s Kllllcgv, lull llu' lllIlll1lNl'l'llll llllll In lu lzlul :lsulv l'll1'fill:llu'i:ll l'L'Zl5UI1S. lllis f'L'Ill"S wllrk ll:l5 llL'k'll fllllu' lllltlL'I' llu- ll'Illlk'l'5lllli ul' lllf lxuslvr. llalck row: TllIAI1k'I', G. flullills, K. Jlllmsml, L. l':ilfIllCl', MINS R. Bllmt. :Mlvism Tlllrnl ww: vl. Glwlllllcls. Flflillli D. MlTllI'C, Cl, Hlltcllc 5011. Scflllul rllw: l', XVlulll'ulgc, Vice-Prcsulcntg N. -I. FCFQIIMDI1. A, fl1ll1lIWlWCll, B. Xxv!'lQlll. Tl'c.lslllvl'1 S. l5.lxulsl-ll, lflrst lllw: K.lrlcl', Pl'C5lLlCl1f1 A. App. Sccrttllry. tkldltulllxllz Alvx Spencer. lllll l6 We spoke and argued our best .... Back row: I. Knowles, M. A. Morgan, D. Crews, B. Huff, Mr. J. Mumper, Miss H. Brown, P. Waugh, A. Henderson. First row: H. Spencer, B. Keefer, M. R. Smiley, M. Bletz, K. Epling, P. Hawkins, D. Hawkins, D. Petticrew, L. Bowen. THE FURENSIC GROUP The Forensic Group is composed of three individual clubs: the public speaking, the reading, and the debating. These clubs help the student to attain greater poise and self-reliance in his chosen held, and provide an opportunity for competition in state and national contests. The Public Speaking Club, sponsored by Miss Helen Brown, enables the student to organize material into effective speeches and to improve his oratory ability. The Debating Club with Mr. Mumper as coach provides an outlet for the student to express his opinions on current affairs in the form of organized debates. Miss Wilkinson sponsors the Public Reading Club in which boys and girls, reading both poetry and prose aloud to the group, acquire understanding of literature and poise before an audience. All three clubs sent representatives to the State Forensic meeting held in Danville April fifth of this year. Hattie Spencer and Kenneth Epling represented the Public Speaking Club: Vivian Henderson, Jane Frost and john Mayo, the Reading Club, Dickie Crews, Robert Huff, Nancy McNamara, Doris Petticrew, and Mary Ruth Smiley, the Debating Club. Hattie Spencer repre- sented the Public Speaking Club in a national contest at Lynchburg College earlier in the year. l68l We,re future Lynchburg merchants .... THIZ D, li. CLUB . The D. lf. emblem which is a diamond placed around a complete package perfectly sum- marizes the main purpose behind the club. The completed package symbolizes a job well clone and each of the four points of the diamond has its own meaning: the tirst is vocational competence, the second, leadership: the third, social intelligence: and the fourth, economic literacy. Une of the first activities of the year for the club was providing a float in the Senior Day parade on November ninth. ln December, the club celebrated Christmas with a banquet at the Oak- wood Country Club and in lfebruary all class members attended an Area Conference at the Hotel Roanoke in Roanoke, Virginia. ln March .lean Grubbs represented the club at the State Distribu- tivc lftlucation Convention in Richmond and brought back much which has been of value to the officers and members of the club. Back row: P. Page. Secretaryg E. Thomas. Third row: D. Smuot, B. A. Bryant, B. -I. Bryant, C. Harvey, L. Krantz. Second row: Mrs. Puryear, Advisorg D. Tyree, Clcmen ts, D. Maddox, T. Denny, Dudley, S. Gallagher, B. Strange, B. Carmichael, J. Grubbs, Treasurer. First Islnwzhlj. Quick. S. Prolhtt, N. Burruss, P. Council, B. Brooks, M. Campbell, Vieefprasidentg M. A. Muir, L. ars . l69l We saved and gave .... Back row: Miss E. Brown. Advisor: J. Firkins. Fifth row: B. Harris, Gremincls. Fourth row: C. Houston, B. Clowdis, B. Durham, B. Smith, J. Arnold, Wilkerson. Third row: A. Henderson, B. -I. Hudson, S. Vaughan, B. Vxfalker, S. Wilde, F. Lee, P. Ponton, B. Crews. Second row: B. Codscy, C. Booth. First row: Groscclose, H. Spencer, Chairman. RED CROSS .-Xinong the delegates at the National Training Center at lleuka Lake in New York. .-Xugust IO-IS, was the president ofthe li. C. Class .Iunior Red Cross Chapter, Hattie Spencer. lfilled with ideas and inspiration, Hattie returned from the conference to give the local group a good send-oil for the year: Noveinher 7-0 the 'lunior Red Cross group held its annual school drive. Cn Senior Day the group decorated for the Senior Day parade a float, representing a Red Cross Gray Lady reading to a convalescent hoy. .-X scrap hook giving information, both literary and pictorial, on our school was planned and made on the chapter and sent to a school in France. The sending of gift boxes and a chest overseas rounded out the year's work of the E. C. Glass Red Cross Chapter. f70l They check 'em in and out . . . 1.1l1IQ.X1QY COYNCII, 71-1lL' I.i111'z11'y LAHIIIIC11 l'l'IIC1L'l'S :1 1':1111:11111- s1-1'1'i1'1 111 1111- s1'1111111, 5111111-111s :11111 1Zll'l111j'. '11111' C41111111'11, 1'111111111s1-11 111 1w1'11ty-11111 st1111:111s. 11111'1111'111s :1 v:11'i1'ty 111. 1111111-s s111'11 :1s 1'11:11'g- ing 11111111s. filing 1':11'11s, 1101-11111g 1111- 1111I'2lt'j' 111 111'111'1'. :11'1':111g'i11g 411Sl11ZlyS 1111 1111- 1111111't111 1111z11'11. typ- mg, lllL'Ilf11llg 111111115 111111 lJI'ClJ1ll'1llQ 111111' 11111111s 1111' 5111-11'1's. 1111- XY1lIA1il'l'S 11111 1'1'c1'111t1111 1l'Ull1 st11111'11ts XY1ll1 11:11'1' :1 t1'1-11 111-1'11111 111' 11'1s11 111 :1ss1st 111't111'1' 111' z1tt1'1' s1'1111111. A111111 111 11IL'lIl :11'1' 111111111' 51111161115 11111 this is 11111 :1 1'1-1111111-1111-111. S1llI1l'l11 1ll'1l1CI'S 11115 j'l'1lI' 11:11'1' 11111110 s111111111i11 llI'llgl'K'SS. x1I111j' :1tl1':11't11'1- 111s111:1ys 11:11'1' 111-1111 1111s11-11 1111 11111 1111111-1111 1111:11'11s 211111 :1 gl'L'Z1l1 X'Zll'1L'1j' 111 IICNX' 11111111s 11:11'11 1ll'K'Il 1111111-11 111 1111- 11111':11'y's C111- 11'1't11111. 111-si111's ll1'llX'1l1111g :1 s1-1'1'11'1- 111 1111' s1'1111111. 11111':11'x' 1111111 1111011 111111114 :1 111-111 1111' 11111 1'lI1llI'l'. 1':11'ti1'11-:11111g 111 111ll'1lI'f' :11'111'1ti11s :1i11s 11111 s111111'11t 111 111-1'1-11111111g 1'11:11':11'11'1' i1111i:1t11'1'. 111'111'1'11111'ss. 111111 :1 111-111-1' k111111'11'11Q1- f11.!'f,11f'1.:11 111lI'2lI'j' w111'11. Buck ruw: A, K1'11y, P. 130111, B. Vw'11rs11n111, H. B1z11111s, S. T11I'K111C17llTg. T1111111:1S. SCC111111 1'11w: Mrs. M111Agc11111:11c1', B. Pzlgc. Sntrit, M, Knight, K. f1lll1l11I1Ql11llI1l. M. 1l11UL1L'F, E. E111111t, 11. H1'11s1cy. C. D111111. 171111 row: C. B1111111, P. Quick. 1111 They made tracks . . . Back row: Coach Dave Thomas, I, Spencer, Manager, S. Pate, lvlanagerg NV. Whitely, Manager: Coach Vince Bradford. Fifth row: C. Wzilkcr, J. P. Vaughan, B. Tucker, G. Reed, C. Tucker, Sniuot, B. Keyser, C. Stinnette. Fourth row: E.. Geipel, Rolaertsun, W. P. Ellis. F. Spencer, P. Carwile. S. Cloyd, R. Fisher. Third row: E. Kidd, T, Blankinship, G. Giles, E. T. Hunt, D. lvlarkham, T. Banton. lvlays. Second row: K. White, B. Wilde, R. Vaughan. Duff, C. Staples, F. Collier, C. Brooks. First row: T. Massie, D. Ebert. K. Burnett, C. jones, C, Reese, J, Mayo, B. Lund, T. Page. TRACK-XYESTliRN DISTRICT CHA M VIOXS XYith a State Championship title to defend and the loss of quite a few starters. the llilltop har- riers had a hard road to travel in their 1052 Track season. Co-Captains Clayton "Cyn .lones and Kenneth "Hugs" Burnett were called upon to do a lot ot tht work in trying to hold the title. Others who were counted on to help in the events were Dave lihert, Kendall XYhite. llill l.und. Tommy Page, and john Mayo. A lot of newcomers to the team also helped when the season had gotten underway. The schedule hrought a variety of teams to the meets and that added the lacking color. A couple of dual meets, a triangular meet, and the Western District meet at home aided the team with its chances. Since the Alexandria Relays were not held this year. the State meet was the only big event the Hilltoppers traveled to. TRACK SCHICIJCLE April 5-john Marshall fRichmondJ ................................. ....... e Xway April l2-Fork Cnion M. A ........................ Home April l9-Andrew Lewis t5alemj ......................... Home April 26-Thomas ,letTerson tRichmondb ....................,......... ........ l lome Mav 5-l.ane High tCharlottesvillep and Covington ..... llonie May l2-XXX-stern District Meet ...............................,......... llonie Mav l8-lf!-State Meet-at XYilliam and Mary College ....... Away l72l ff 'f S X 'V' J. Serve that ball and win that set! .... Back row: D. Beard, E. Harris, W. Mitchell, P. Unger, Captaing J. Richards, C. Torrence. First row: T. Harper, J. P. Kreger, I. White, D. Hawkins, Manager. TENNIS-VVESTERN DISTRICT CHAMPIONS This year's Tennis Team was Composed of an almost entire Senior and veteran squad. There were five returnnig lettermen: Captain john Richards, Bobby Davis, Phillip Unger, Clayton Torrence and Danny Beard. In spite of the many returning lettermen the Glass netmen had a hard schedule to fill and a rough road to travel before the season ended. This year, as in previous ones, the singles seemed to hold their own. john Richards once again carried the burden in this department as he proved himself to be one of the best scholastic racquetman in the state. The chief problem of this season, however, rested in finding winning double combinations. Although considerable trouble was met here at first, the team. as a whole, improved greatly and the season was considered a success. 4 TENNIS SCHEDULE April 9-Roanoke in Lynchburg April 26-Danville in Lynchburg April 23-Roanoke in Roanoke May 3-Danville in Danville l 74 l , , 45? ts. i Making baskets and knocking down pins! .... Cl'lQY l.lf.XiiL'lf li.XSlili'l'l1.XI.l, Back row: bl, Knowles. D. Hall, B. Greasy, C. Booth. A. Cimiplwll. Tenth row: A. -lessee. Elder. B. Crowder. Champayne. M. Dameron.. Ninth row: C. Shaner. S. Hartman, fl. Quinn. N. Sliellsy. B. God-ey. Eighth row: B. Keeler. L. Almond, K. Ballagh, B, Tinnell. B, Shipman. Seventh row: vl. Bower. 5. Creasy, E. Hopkins, M, Burruss. Sixth row: L. Ramsey. R. Scott, E. Suhlett, L. Chamhers. Fifth row: L. Cooke. B. Bryrnt, N. Morrissett. M. Chafee. vl. Garrett. Fourth row: L. Lewis, N. l'la.itmann. KI. Funai. N. May. B. Vxlriglit, Third row: G. Grist. M. Nloore, Daniel, L. Knapp. B, Kempi. Second row: Arnold, -I. Safrit. S. Davidson, A. Vvlood. V. Brown. First row: Cure. ll. Howell. lr. Blood. D. Unger. B. Lintlsay. liOXYl.l NG Back row: V. Henderson, P. Drewry, H, Spencer, L. Boy d, Funai, A. lvlcflarthy. L. Lewis, V. Bridges, A. Vklood house. B. Durham. G. Clements. M. Vwlalton, Calla han. B. Blacklaurn, P. Elder, P. Doss. B. Bryant. Fourth row: Staples, bl. Kasler, E. Hopkins, N. Mimrrissette. L, Cooke. M. johnson, A. l'lenClerson, A. Guggen heimer. C, Hutcheson. Slaughter. C. Shaner. B. XVilhurn. M. Shotwell. B. Cook. N. Shelley. Third row: L. Knapp. D. Unger. N. Chafee, S. Hartmann. C. Dameron. N. Hartmann, j. Elder. M. R. Smiley. S Stinnett. P. Martin, l. St. john. tl. Cure, B. Keeler. B. Creasy. Second row: G. Grist. J. Daniel. P. Vslilkerson. M. Haithcoeli. VC. Day. B. Hudson, E. Gills. B. Tinnell, G Roalies. Helsaheeli. P. Vlaugh. M. L. Cox. L. Ramsey. First row: M. Smith. D. Hall, A. -lessee, bl. Dolinger, B. Carmichael. P. Howell, V. Hicks, M. Moore. Safrit, I Clemmons, Arnold, C. Foster. Throwing a little light on the subject- electricians MORNING 'l'R.eXlJli SCHOOI. Back row: C. Reese, K. Irvin, C. Paris, T. McCraw, D. johnson, Mr. I. T. Tyree. R. Truxell, D. Martin, T. Magann, M. E. H. Wliite, H. Harris, R. Nichols. Third row: D. Hunter, C. Ramsey, C. Torrencc, Moore, R. Campbell, L. Wtmtmldridge. A. T. Kidd, F. Kidd, R. Hudson. Second row: Mr. Wocmd, R. Burks, NV. Gibson, F. Hackworth, K. Gravely, K. Collins, nl. Carey, T. Wright, A. McCauley, S. Martin. First row: E. -lamerson. Vslatts, R. Sandifer, D. Phelps, A. Thornhill, 0. Tuck, L. james, E. Franklin, F. Mtxrphy, R. Thomas, W. Carey. TRADE SCHOOL "Mr, Fox, I have been considering entering Trade School for some time. but I want a little more information about the work. qualifications, and benefits before l make up my mind definite- ly says joe Smith, a freshman at li. C. Glass lligh School. "joe," answered Mr. Fox, "by going to Trade School-if you work hard-you can be sure of a job waiting for you when you graduate from high school. Any boy who graduates with an average of C or above is placed in an apprenticeship program. or may often start right into the trade he has chosen with at least half credit being given toward a journeyman's rating." "XYhat subjects must I take now in order to enter Trade Schooli' asks -loe. "You must complete a year of high school and a year of math before you can enter Trade School, joe," answers Mr. Fox. "Then half of your school time will be spent at Trade School. You must be prepared to spend three hours a day in work at Trade School." Three classes are taught at Trade School lo cated on Monroe Street: mechanical drawing, machine shop, and electricity. In the mechanical drawing class, taught by Mr. VValter Wood. stu- dents learn the use of various instruments. of the orthographic projection, and study problems in sectioning isometric drawings. auxiliary views and lettering. Machine shop, taught by Blr. john L. Tyree. covers blue print reading. shop safety, rules and scales, semi-precision and common pre- cision, tools, shaper and planer. lathe, milling m'1chines and operations. The students in electricity have studied signals systems tbell circuitsl and the theory of house wiring. The teacher of that class is Mr. If. H. XYhite. l76l Building a firm oundation- architects . . . 'liliklllf Sfllfllll, Un the social siclc. tlic stiiclciils LfZllllCI'l'1l lHQ'llllL'l' for om' social liiiiction, Il LAlll'lSIlllZlS party lin form' tlic lltlllflllyi 'lilic informzllily. liowcvvr, of lliciii work luis lwocliici-il Il congciiizllity lwtwccil stnclents :incl tcziclicrs that inzikcs forinzil social gzitlicrings iiiiiicccssziiy Nlr. Clillorfl lfox. us clircctoi' of Yoczitionxxl ccliicziiion for l.l'llL'lllllll'g scliools. siipvi-viscs ilu XN'0l'litil-ll'2lIlK'Sl'llll1Il, XIV. lfox in lU3X:1ssistcil Klr. .X, l.. llci'gci' in orgzuiixiiig Illfllfll' school in l,ym'lilmi1rg. ln lll-li lic lmccziiiic clircrtor ol' :ill X' ovzitioiml Xxillflil lioim- L-coiioinics, lfllllllllg :lp- pix-iitiu-sliili conrscs, on ilu' jolm training CHlll'Sl'h.Illl4llll1'lllKlllSll'l2ll1ll'lS. ICYICNINH 'l'Ii.XlDli SVIIC N ll. Buck row: Spcnccr, D. Hawkins. XV. Vfhitcly, L. Glaix f, -I, lwloorp, Ri-cd, D, Ragland. H. lluplcr. C, Rvcsc R. Allan, S. lfitzgcmld. liiftlx row: Sinoot. M, Vw'1lkcrson, Tuckcr, ll, Gillifpiq, Fourth row: B. Almond, B. Monrniain, L. Tnrrcncc, R. Sqruggsl Third row: F. Slmortcr, Fry, XV. Evcridgc, C. Uvcrftrcct. H. Spngglu, Second row: ll. Pnrlicr, D. Jennings, B. Ricc. D. Doliynr. XY. Torrencv, XY. Knlwlvr, Doss. D. XX'L,h,u.r- First row: P, Alinoiid, YY, Xxlnod. H. Vxlliitc. Tyrcc. l77l ZINC U pholds good character and clean living .... Back row: B. Boise. Fourth row: McKenry, C, MacLeod. Third row: R. Payne, D. Slmradcr, G. Still. Second row: C. Vvlitt, -I. Mayo, Vlranelc. Clarke, B. Cumliff. First row: Ramsey, D. Callahan. L. Bowen, lviaddox, F, Crance, L, Sutor. K. jolmSon. li. C. GLASS l'll-Y The lf. C, Glass Hi-Y. organized in l9l5. his 6llClL'2lYUl't'fl tn nplinlcl its purpose "tu ere: its maintain and exlencl tlnxmugliunt the school and emninnnitv high stanrlarcls nf Christian eharaeter. Its eivi l78 plalfurin proclaims its stanclarfls: "Clean speeeh, clean spmts, clean selzolarsllip, clean living. Prograins for the year in the elnh have rotatecl arnnnfl eclneatinnal ntuvies. inform native talks lm e elnh leaclers and mural and spiritual clisenssirvns lecl hy Lynehhnrg pastors. The elnh this year has sponsored several clanees ancl has partieipatecl in daily school ohs es of NN'orlcl Prayer XXX-ek. lt also plannecl an "encl of selinulu picnic at a neiglihfvring lake. l CTV SENIORS Cream of the crop . Back row: Mr. McCue, D. Martin, Keefer, B. Smith, N. Snead, H. Spencer, P. Waugh, M. Terrell, T. Page, I. Mayo, T. Massie, A. Loyd, Miss Phipps. Second row: C. Booth, D. Clark, S. Throneburg, J. Cure, N. J. Ferguson, E. Harris, J. Kasler, P. Woolridge, C Hutcheson, Helsabeck, A. Guggenheimer, V. Crist. First row: B. Austin, F. Booker, A. App, G. Collins, L. Bowen, C. Foster, B. Ford, Firkins, Firkin, P. Drewry NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The highest scholastic honor that can come to a senior at lf. C. Glass is election into the mem- bership of the National Honor Society. From his freshman year. the "real student" sets membership into the National Honor Society as his highest goal. Established at If. C. Glass in l92-4, the chapter has had three faculty sponsors: Mrs. l'aulinc F. Stall from 1924 to 19495 Miss Evelyn Moore from l949 to 1951 3 and Miss Beulah Phipps l95Z-. Members are considered as to their leadership, service, character and scholarship during their four years of high school. Prospective members are hrst discussed and voted on by a faculty committee of ten appointed by the principal. The committee's recommendations are then endorsed by the faculty. The results are kept secret until April when the members are recognized in an impressive assembly. The member ranking highest scholastically in the class and the member excelling all others in leadership, service, character, and scholarship are given special recognition. l80l Representatives of the lot . . . SENIOR L'OL'NL'll. XYitli tlic ringing nf tlic 3:30 lmcll czwli Nlniiclziy lll.ll'l'llllHll, llic iiiun-Iiiigs nt' ilu' Sn-nini' Vnniilil irc UIK'lli'Il. 'l'liis group is tlic' rc'pi'csciitz1tivc- lwncly ul' tln- Seniur Clziss. nizule np ul' tml iiiciiilmws linni ezlcli nl tlic live Senior liriiilcimuills, willi tlic cxcvimtimi ul 202 wlncli luis tln'm'm'. l llcsc l'l'lll'k'SL'lll2lllX s talk over :incl plan tlic many vzirinns zlclivitics ul this Scniurs znicl sec tn it tlizil llivsvplziiiszln'n'z1l'i'iul nnt. after they lizivc lic-cn zlgrcccl upon ln' ilu- cnti rc Sn-nim' Class. Xllrrlq nf tlw Cuiiiicil lizls inclnflccl tlic' pu-pzirzllinzi fm' Sc-nini' llziy, ilu- lirsl iiixijm' cvcnt in llin Lnrl 1 su 1 u incl il cliiu xxlnnli lul mu life of Seniors: the Senior lmzinqnvt znifl clznicu :it Q-lll'lSlIll1lSQ z : 5 ' 'zi -1 A' ' -. ' " -I l iiicrcnsc' tlic Svninr lmnk zlvwwliiit. Una- uf tliv ninsg iiiiplwlzliil fiiiivlimis nl' lln' wniiiiiillu' is Ilia nrclcring nf uiiiimiiicciiic-iits :incl nf cups zinll gun' ns fm' Ilic lung ziwaiitccl flny nl' gituliizxlinii, Back row: T. And, Crouch, B. Vslnody, F, Bunker, C. Bnntli. B, Vfriglit. Nl. linkin. D. lvlnnrl Sccnnd mw: B. Harris, Mr. Bcckncr, P, XVlmldrin.ly1c. L. Czinticri. liirst row: N. liraizcr, C. Foster, M. Smith, N. Ferguson. lflll WI-lO'S WHO ' -.-viii' , IRMAM AVENUS AND APOLLO' 'ramen aesr- Looxme Toufr V A JDANNE ,Joepmv + 4105 Mooaf 'TO U5 AS ABE WAS OUR COUNTRY " Mosr scnoou smmrso .BARBARJ KEEFER HELPEW' 'JERRY Lawns 2'2" 'nocxersuskk ADMIRERH 'REMBRANUTS NATURED WATTIEST MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED MOST ARTtSTlC MASSIE ' 70M CPADDOCK BML MF!!! 'FANCY J0 FERGUSON f +-PQVMIIP UIVGER WAPHRODITE AND HsRcuLEs" BEST ALL-AROUND JAM? CMP! f 'memo 'HARRIS Runs www Ano FRIENOLIEST IAP! RIPLEY + F?a4!'v'C'.ES QF' IN5 N as , Nmg. . M' Q.- I J A . Q.. Q ,iw S .A Wx Q, M QW D X -. k, Q 4, M 'Nik "' ft. V, ,yn l,f1Q' , , fi L .. +wfN , V. , A .P ,wx f 'H -Q. -V 'X ,Q an 2 ws . f" z , - ' , K qw-A .11 "Bos HoPE's PAL" 'KFIBBER woes Ano MoLLv" 'HELEN or 'mov' BIGGEST BLUFF PERSONALITY PLUS MOST ATTRACTIVE .BILLY HAPRIS BAPBAPJI CREASY " JOHN PICW-f4?175' MAIIN JOHNSON KXROMEO AND JuuET" WRIP VAN wuNKLE" CUTEST COUPLE LAZIEST lD!XfE M0025 + DAVE HORNEE CLAYTUN JUMES EINSTEIN S FAN" 'SAMSONU XXTED MACKS C!-HLDREN' 'CARMEN + DON JUAN Mosv sruoaous n Mosr Armenc Mosr TALENTED BIGGEST mars rear.: rfaaefu saadsanufrrs caan wv aaovw canozm mason +fMlLE' PAULEY farmer Harvfr '. an GUIDES b I ian ! 2 sew fa Y ' ..2'ff' ' .gr g,,v', ogg, . if?1?f - DEL' R0 alty reigns t,.,'...',.-. 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BECKER Class Sponsor For guiding us with a steady hand through four years of trial and tribulation, for his confidence in our abilities. and for his faithfulness in our behalf, we unanimously salute Mr. Beckner. Not only to Mr. Beckner do we pay tribute. but also to our Senior Class officers who have strengthened us in preparation for that eventual day of graduation. TOM NIASSIIE President Svvrefary I l'lRANt'lCS lioolucu 1'irv-l'rvside:1t CAROLYN BOOTH T1'ms1m'1' ,'Xd:1111s, Nl2lTQ1lTl'l G. l1'v11'11l1l1', iunnl for 1111 1-Xfl:1111s. l'z111'1ci:1 qxlllll' l1'1's1'r7'1'rf. likalwlv l'r11m'H1' .Xl111u11d. Hllfurcl l.l'l' .S'!.'iII1'ri, frm Infwr 1Xl111u11d. Vcggy .xllll C'111'1'f1'1'1', xf1nrl.v Invw' .Xl1ill'l'SUIl. lfilyl' fulf- l"a'i1':11lly. litflu l1Im1du .XML .XIIII lirvllt C'!uf'1'r', s1'111'1'1'1' fri1'11ri .XllSIiIl. lin-1111111 M:11'i1' C'11j111l1l1'. 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Trim, all-ur'0m1d gal Guthrie, Elaine King Natural, aglow with frm Huitlicock, Marjorie Ruth l7H1ltf.Yl'fi'Z'l'. real pal Hall, Diana E7lL'?'fjl'fl't', sparkling .vuzilv Hall, XYilliam Lee Rz'.vv1'z'0d, good guy Hamblett, Russell Iimerson, jr. JlI1'srl1iv'z'o11s, fun Iozwr Hammock. Grady Hilarious, our boy Hardwick, Frances Lee Sincere, 'llllfllfdl smile Harris, Elmer Ambitious, tops in r'wrytl11'r1g Harris, Williaili Preston Pralzkster, 'witty and wise X M . -X' X fx. ,v , XQ.A. :,., A as Y. 1? ,. s. f was 5 fx lm ml , Q TT! F5 X .0 ii 5 X N we , ' Ll 5 "Q',j X . ,fzizk A i'f:Tf?i:1.iQfs '- ' ,, K, X -- , Y , . Afgigggm ., N g + W -Q Q N. Sw-Q 4 Q KX? Q . xii ll IM S9 . ff? - TR 5 m a by X M g f ,xg 4,5 K'-W . - K.. EEK Q.. --if Q4 ' .1 fi A R' 1 -1 f.. K W' : "' : Q ' Q ' 'mi if Qiw, x X' -' xx ,.-"' 5 7 V - - if ,, .:.., , V L A A P Lf , 15 5 ,. 51.12 , 'J .Sk i NL 1 1 fl, ' 1, r if V iff, 3 ,. . 1 W E HLiEf-ifgi Wi? 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Aflllffir, tc'im1ing fll'l'.fl7l1l1l1.iy Rilvy. l':1triCi:1 .Xnn .-'ltlrarlizu .vznmy disposition Ripley, lfarl Tliouglztful, om' in a million Safrit, Joe Hunter l5llt'7'gL'iit', all-arozmd gal UILL NIFQYGQ lH5HSJ x Q ,tiff f will nn- Hug., National Honor Society Election llllll e .. is ,ff , , -'ag Q Q A . if 1 Iii' A ,my 5 4 . 1 ' .x Y .5 , E:.:. . X 'MF' QQ Vi 'L as MF' Ei 2' 5 ., K qXj Q uv if , ' .,h. his A - -U. asm! A .K 4 5 w vo., K My' S A M0 A A 'Q f j xx. tj Hlga W4 .f 5 Wim r 1 f N s A .ff 5 U "Fi, P"0 C v 12 ,. F M! NWN? QQ 1 uv -s N 5 K gg . K Q Q5 sir' : x N... ' A51 I 2 L A ,, I .V F j if ai Qf avg? X MQX 3 -1 6 W , 5 14 nav' if 4 we X , ,- ff .. y '25 1. 5" . ,., ., .. Xggym Q ww YWMEE W HA it ' Y: YQ WY' is 2 Uniiaff uv .K -Rm My , ,. F 4: sg. : xx- x r 1 5. iff H31 .L Q is 2 . , 4 ... -sv-assuming. HQIWHHL NQR 'lil 4 x if Q X? My QA . if 'E E! bill s ii Q - , 1 NATIONAL NONO R SUULTY Commencement Dance and then - good-bye. H061 -51 "f'.3'n +1 If XVomack, Ernest W., jr. ll"iHy, quick grin NVooc1son, Diana Grey Sincere, always ready for a laugh Wloody, Bernard Lee, jr. Casual, "fall, dark, and handsome" Woody, Richard Quiet, nice pal to know Woolridge, Patricia Gray Vivacious, sparkling personality XVranek, John Josef, Jr. Arresting, unaffected style VVright, Betty Anne Vigorous, nice to have around S 11 y, willy wise Hunt, Kenneth Linwood li Q . x. H .... :fb fa , x , xx , 4 X X . vi Kmsswsmw. 1. . X, f Q 4 QM.- W xg xg: Q ill A if YRS QNXYRRXS Qi Wx W 5322 S1 X9 u miiwiiillium flllliulmmuli memcnmnain 7 lm Mwflfgfzwgll!Yl?1:1"fvf2!!??!?i ""' ' Air- - 1 ,, 5' ,,.... Qq X .L , Q .h ,- .4 mf x X ADVERTISERS Adams Mofor Company Acree 8: Peck, Inc. Allied Pharmacy Army 8: Navy Sales Company Baldwin's Basham Model Service Beasley, C. H. 8: Bro+her Corporaiion Bibee's Virginia Markefs Blankenship's Markei' Bowen Jewelry Company, Inc. Brooks Transporiafion Company, lnc. Buckingham and Flippin Callaham Grocery 8: Produce Company Canada Produce Company Cary Chevrolef, lnc. Cavalier S+ore Chap S'l'ick Chesapeake 81 Pofomac Telephone Company Chesfnuf Hill Service S+a+ion Coleman's Commercial Trusi' 8: Savings Bank Conner Produce Company, Inc. Co-operafive Building 81 Loan Associafion Craddock-Terry Shoe Corporafion Cru+chfield's Curlee, H. L. Davis, James T. Deposifors Bank Diuguid, W. D., lnc. Dornin-Adams, T. B., Co. Doyle, Florisi' Firsf Federal Savings 8: Loan Associaiion Firsf Nafional Bank l1os1 Fisher, S. O., Inc. Ford, Kiah T. Company Forf Hill Esso Sfafion Francis Grocery Franklin, S. H. Friend's Resfauranf Guggenheimer's Harry Haga Company Hawkins, A. H. Hill Cify Laundry 8: Dry Cleaners Hill Ci+y Tobacco Company Hodges Au+o Repair Service Hollins Mill Drive-ln Hudgins Funeral Home Hughes Dry Cleaning Corporafion Hughes, John P., Mofor Company Inc. HuHer, C. S., Company Ideal Laundry Jefferson, A. G. Kroger Company Lee's Sfeak House Lichford, L. E. Lone Jack Limesione Company, Inc Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce Lynchburg College Lynchburg Eleciric Company Lynchburg Engraving Company Lynchburg Federal Savings Lynchburg Naiional Bank 8: Trusi Company Lynchburg Sieam Bakery, Inc. Lynchburg Traffic Bureau Lynchburg Transi+ Company Lynchburg Trusi' and Savings Bank Lynchburg-Wesfover Dairies, Inc. 'R' ADVERTISERS McCar+hy Balcery McGehee Furnifure Company, Inc. McKenna, lnc. Millner, J. R. Company, Inc. Moses, D. 8: Company Mufual Press Nehi Bo'H'Iing Company News 8: Advance Oppleman, L. Park Avenue Flower Shop Paramouni' Theafer Pafferson Drug Company Pearson's Drug Sfore Peoples Nafional Bank 8x Trusf Company PhilIip's Brofhers, Inc. Phillips Secrefarial College Poole, T. A. Service Sfaiion Qualify Dairy Producfs, Inc. Randolph-Macon Woman's College Rivermonf Pharmacy Roberfson Hardware Company Schewel Furni+ure Company, Inc. Snyder 81 Berman, Inc. Soufhern Parfs 81 Bearing Company S+a+e lndus+rial Loan Company Sfa-Kleen Balcery, Inc. Sfrofher Drug Company Thompson's Tolley's Garage Tren+'s Gulf Service Sfaiion Vaughan Mofor Company, Inc. Virginia Commercial College Virginia Laundry Company Virginia Mofors, Inc. WLVA WWOD Warner Thea+er Webb-Whiialxer Wesiover Drug Wheeler's Pharmacy, Inc. Whife House Res+auran+ Whire S+ar Laundry WhiHen Funeral Home Wills-Camp Company Y. M. C. A. U09 f """ " REACH FOR . . . SUNBEAM THE BREAD You NEED EOR ENERGY W YOUR NEIGHBORS ACROSS THE STREET Suiei d b Davidso d "Home For Your Money - Money For Your Home" FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LYNCHBURG 29 Years a Thriff Cenfer and Home-Financing Headquarfers DANDRIDGE MURRELL, Presideni' Church Sfreei ai' Ninfh Dial 2-4589 Lynchburg, Virginia E01 a chan h vaulf wh II M A A Fine Furniture Il That Combines . . Style S I Beauty Comfort MEGEHEE'E M KIAH T. FORD 86 CO. Realtors " A SPECIALIZING IN THE SALE OF CATTLE FARMS AND COUNTRY ESTATES LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA BROOKS TRANSPORTATION COMPANY I I sf M these "the best years of your Iite"? .LQL -I-N fwlbx infill Parents otten say they are, but there can be plenty of wonderful good times ahead for you. Especially if you get a good job, doing interesting, important work with the kind of people you love to work with. Many high school girls find exactly that at the tele- phone company, after graduation. So when you finish school, stop in and see us. You'll probably find a job you'll really enjoy at good pay with regular raises. The Chesapeake 8. Potomac Telephone Company of Vlrglnla 1121 'iq . - ll L. OPPLEMAN JEWELRY - MUSIC - LUGGAGE LARGEST RECORD DEALERS AUTHORIZED AGENTS - EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR "HOLTON" AND "CONN" BAND INSTRUMENTS Clarinefs-Cornefs-Trumpefs-Saxophones-Violins-Violas-Cello-Bass Violins Leedy and Slingerland Drums GIBSON AND MARTIN GUITARS Complefe Line of Musical Accessories ELGIN WATCHES-CROWN LUGGAGE L. OPPLEMAN Esia blished I 890 825 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia "YOUR GIFT STORE" Dial 2-575I 1890 1952 COMPLETE TRUST AND BANKING FACILITIES ai' "VIRGINIA'S OLDEST TRUST COMPANY" THE LYNCI-IBURG TRUST and Savings Bank LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corporaiion Member Federal Reserve Sysfem T113 LLM' " ' if- TW Mr. Sam Chambers buys an ad from employee, LangI'1orn Coolt. Rivermont Pharmacy I208 Rivermoni' Avenue Dial 2-3476 ETHICAL PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Sodas - Toilelries - Sundries Y " ' -S 3, A gift from the jeweler-'s means an extra thrill S BOWEN cJeaw6Ly Cfvmpazzq I2 9+h and Main CONQUERINE A Lynchburg Produc! for Indigesfion, Dyspepsia, Hear? Burn and Sour Siomach Purely Vegetable and Sure Relief Manufacfured by CONOUERINE COMPANY LYNCI-Isuae, VIRGINIA MCKEN N A, Inc. BEEF - PORK - ff, 'I "Superior Brand Praaupflsl ,-. LYncI-Ibur9. Virginia ACREE 86 PECK Young peopIe's clofhes lead a rugged life. Unless Ihey receive proper care Iheir days are numbered. I,,c,,,,,,,+,g SANITONE DRY CLEANING keeps falprics looking radiant new and Q fresh. ALLIED ARTS BUILDING DI" M256 4.I , , .F 7:1 ,- COMPLETE LAUNDRY FANTOM FAST INVISIBLE IDENTIFICATION SERVICE useo sxcLusuveLY DIAL 6-2666 DID YOU KNOW THAT? I. There are fifty teachers in fhe school 2. There are sixfeen men and +hirfy-four women 3. Mrs. Barlrsdale, Miss Blunf, Miss Eloise Brown, Miss Helen Brown, Miss Glass, Miss Hancock, Miss Harvey, Miss Holmes, Miss Payne, Miss Talbof, Mrs. Whilehead, Mrs. Wa lace, Miss Wiley. Mrs. Helbig, Mrs. Sanclidge, Miss Chafiin and Mi:s Callahan and Mr. Fielder are graduafes of E. C. Glass. CON N ER PRODUCE COMPANY Inc. WHOLESALE FRU.ITS and VEGETABLES LYNCHBUR6, VIRGINIA 000 Jefferson Dial 2-4583 Visif Our Young Modern's Shop for fhe Lalesi' in Junior Fashions ! ,... ,i ,WNKQT K j Will f if S 131, A I4 ,. -A If Q Mx Z I W, AT- X I A ii 1 1. ki X LYNCHBURG, VA. I .V f flaw, -vly 1 ,ff Wl5lJliimfll' Ill5 'X JEWELERS "FOR THE FINEST IN APPLIANCES'- GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS The Music - SPORT GOODS ELECTRIC CO. IYDJIJJPS HOTPOINT - CROSLEY APPLIANCES FOR THE HOME RADIOS AND TELEVISION by GOOD TIMES ZENITH - CROSLEY at the MOTOROLA See Us Today Y. M. C. A. Dial 2-5251 60I Main Sfreei' Lynchburg, Va 1161 OFFICIAL SCHOOL JEWELER ' DIAMOND MERCHANTS ' ' KIRK STERLING ' ' ' GUILD OPTICIANS X , I if .2 9I9 Main Sfreef "Lyncl1burg's Oldest Jewelers" H. L. CURLEE Tyler Commercial Refrigera+ion Complefe School Cafererias Resfaurani' - Hofel - S+ore Equipmenl' Hofpoinf Elecfric - Vulcan Gas Equipmenf I206 Rivermonf Avenue Dial 2-2368 Lynchburg, Va. Ccrllaham Grocery and Produce Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS 926 Commerce Sfreei BLANKINSHIP'S MARKET BETTER MEATS FOR LESS II08 Main Sfreef Lynchburg, Virginia lown ad selling WAR SURPLUS Army 81 Navy Sales Co. IIO9 MAIN ST. CAVALIER STORE EVERYTHING FROM NOTEBOOKS FOR CLASS TO NOODLES FOR SUPPER 2920 Rivermonf Ave. Dial 2-263I 1181 ' Kenneih. Jean, Joan Nell, Julielfe and Na Jo are headed for do 5 1 '21 Randolph-Macon Woman's College Lynchburg, Virginia THEODORE H. JACK, PILD., L.L.D., Presidenl' Randolph-Macon Woman's College has long been recognized as one oi Ihe leading colleges for women in America. I+ is approved by all Ihe nalional siandardizing associaiions, ils clwarler of Phi Bela Kappa was Ilne Iirsl granled lo a Souiliern college for women: i'rs degrees are accepied by all universilies in The Uniled Slales and foreign counlries for uncondilioned admission lo Ilieir graduale sclnools. A SOUTHERN COLLEGE WITH NATIONAL RECOGNITION AND NATIONAL PATRONAGE .l For Cafalogue and De+aiIed lnformalion. Address THE REGISTRAR Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Virginia I119 1 . ra., DID YOU KNOW THAT? . 4+ ' 's . b . 54 g'I . b ' +hG ,I g', - I There are I,03 s uclenis in ihe high chool w s 2 There are 49I oys 6- I 3 There are 6 Irs Ax 4 There are 237 oys in irade school I 5. More girls 'lake Ihe Commercial Course I , and more boys rake e eneral Course Q5 6. There are 29 non.fesaaen+ pupils in ihe if school. COMMERCIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK L. E. LICHFORD, Presidenc THOS. R, PUGH, ja., Trust Officer S. S. SPENCER, Vice-Pres. and Cashier K. K. RUCKER, Asst. Cashier LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CARY CHEVROLET Incorporared "HEADQUARTERS FOR A SQUARE DEAL" 500 Main S+ree+ Dial 5-2583 Consuli' Us Abou? Decoraied Cakes For Birihdays, Weddings And Oiher Special Occasions. McCarI'hy's Bakery I I I0 Main Si. "Serving Lynchburg Since I906" Webb-Whitaker Co. THE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHES TO FIT POP'S POCKETBOOK 909 MAIN STREET OI Qvkgauunq. 1 , .JL , Leighton C. Acree, President Acree 8. Peck, Inc. S. Frank Pratt, Vice-President Lynchburg Oil Co., Inc. William T. Macleod Sec'y.-Trees. Arthur Meidling, Director Lynchburg Engraving Co. Charles D. Moseley, Dlrector Moseley Brothers Frank T. Snruce, Director Consolidated Oil Co., Inc George W. Sanderson, Director Firestone Service Stores W. Scott Ligon, Director W. Scott Llgon Co. C. Letcher Newcomb. Director Lybg. Battery 8. lqnition Co. STATE INDUSTRIAL LOAN Main Fioor-Allied Arts Building - Lynchburg, Virginia CORPORATION C. H. Beasley 86 Bro. Corporation WHOLESALE eizocens AM S9"'0"5, M 9l5-9l 7 Commerce St. LYNCHBURG' VA' where it win re-any pay off- on a Kroger Employment Ap- plication. We have excellent positions in a wide variety of interesting stimulating oc- cupations A free retirement program and a liberal profit-sharing plan are just 2 of many rea- sons it's smart to consider a Kroger career FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION COOL Wed. thru Sat., June ll-14 "THE PRIDE OF ST. LOUIS" fthe story of Dizzy Deanj with Dan Dailey fas Dill Entire week starting Sunday, June 15th "BELLES ON THEIR TOES" Phone or see: KENNETH SPRAKER Kroger Store Mgr. Telephone No. 3-086I 2029 Fort Avenue Lynchburg, Va. S. O. Fisher, Inc. so Established i828 SPORTING GOODS O Dial 2-045I l024 Main Street 11211 I L I, wld.. Ardie Kelley reads up on adveriising al' ilwe public library. 'WT' Lone jack Limestone Co., Inc. CRUSHED STONE For Driveways, Walks, Concrete, etc. Dial 4-268l Lynchburg, Va. W I . e Come Hodges Auto Repair E. C. GLASS STUDENTS . Servlce to Dealer in Texaco Proclucfs STEAK HOUSE Phone 2-9667 I537 Park Ave. A+ For'I' Early Memorial Ave. Lynchburg' Va' C. G. "Flowers for All Occasions" STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FRESH MEATS 81 PRODUCE l62I Park Ave. Dial 4-2487 Lynchburg, Va. Trent's Gulf Service TWELFTH AND CAMPBELL AVE. DIAL 2-478l H111 Park Ave. Flower Shop l53l Park Ave. Lynchburg, Va. Cul Flowers - Blooming Planfs Floral Designs Bulbs and Bedding Plan'I's Howard "Dick" Dickerson, Manager Dial 3-Obll ROBERTSON HARDWARE CO. Home of Fine Builders Hardware -.?'r. .muy 1 TOLLEY'S GARAGE for BETTER SERVICE 4897 Forf Ave. Dial 4-2 I 66 Wholesale Disfribulors of SCHRAFFT'S FINE CANDIES Hill City Tobacco Company Iblh 8: KEMPER STREETS DIAL 8-2386 Comes Out On Top -2:55526-A'f". ft' Q. -f' ...,..f:EEEIE?H ?:- - 'f1Es2s2s5s5sEsEe2s.1.-.- :,:.:-1.-zisisiiieis' A. 1--::E,: . 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X K x-.X ,B we gy f , 1 ' . o l 32 " " 3 M E I 3 .- 'Who -.,-IS' - -Q H ' 9, N- 4. N F I A f 1 3. .A . . NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY Lynchburg, Virginia HARRY HAGA CO. 607 Main S'l'ree+ - Dial 2-5833 WESTINGHOUSE - MAYTAG SALES - SERVICE ' I 'UUNDRY 8. DRY CLEANERS, lNC.'.- I344 Main Sireef Dial 5-2555 ADAMS MOTOR COMPANY JULIAN ADAMS, O Vlhel' "Virginia's Largesl Plymoufh Reiailer for I940" DE SOTO and PLYMOUTH SALES - SERVICE 8l5 Fiflh Sfreei' Dial 2-3456 1123 rn .11 .- V. Will Mr. Roberi Flippin sell Mary Rulln d N Il th ll In 7 ancy or wi ey se im Betsy Ross Bread For the Good ol Au. AMERICANS Baked by The Lynchburg Steam Bakery, Inc. Virginian Motors, Inc. LyncI1burg's Ford Dealer SALES and SERVICE COME IN TODAY . . . I14I EAT WHILE YOU TALK AT WESTOVER DRUG A. H. HAWKINS FRESH MEATS AND GROCERIES l554 Park Ave. Dial 3-I32 LYNCHBURG TRAFFIC BUREAU II05 Peoples Bank Building T. A. Poole Shell Service Station GAS - OIL - TIRES - TUBES BATTERIES 6:3 Fiffli s+fee+ Dial 8-269 1' 4- im Organized l865 THE FI RST NATICNAL BANK OF LYNCHBURG 0 O F F I C E R S J. D. OWEN. Presidenl R. C. deROSSET, Firsl Vice-Presidenl L. W. HORTON, Assislanl Cashier J. T. NOEL, JR., Vice-Presidenf S. D. MORRISSETT, Assislanl' Cashier J. L. JONES. Vice-Presidenl T. R. HAWES, Assislanl' Cashier J. L. NICHOLAS, Cashier A. A. HASKINS, Assislanl Cashier 0 Capifal: One Million Dollars Member Federal Deposil' Insurance Corporafion THE OLD. BIG, STRONG BANK "You Will Be Beffer Dressed in Clofhes from Wills-Camp" Wills-Camp Company LET SCHEWELS FEATHER YouR NEST Furnishing Lynchburg Homes For More Than Half a Cenlury ELEVENTH AND MAIN STREETS GOOD HEALTH Can Mean YOU! ' For Dependable Service Use Allied Pharmacy, Inc. Allied Arfs Building See our agenl' Bill Tucker Q . , . 74,1 b 'i Q .- S.li. RANRCLIN' - .419 CFFZT ' we L 92l Main SI. Y Dial 8-ZI66 11151 1-- W-in -I SAVE For Your Future Education By slarling a go-lo-college savings accounf and adding lo if regularly, needed funds are easily accumulaled. A Lynchburg Federal Savings Accounl earns belfer-lhan-average relurns safely. S'rar'r your accounl loday. ' SI.00 up opens your accoun+ ' Regular earnings paid and compounded fwice yearly ' Funds fully profecfed . . . ready 'l'o use when wanfed. LYNCHBURG FEDERAL SAVINGS we CHURCH STREET F i n '? LYNCHBURG. VIRGINIA WU QQYYQK Save-and Make It a Habit! may VIRGINIA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Eslablished I909 Co-Ed Selecf Sfudenf Body-Emphasis on Scholarship-Supervised Social Aciiv- i'I'ies-Fully Accredifecl-Employmenf Service. Wall Building H. W. MILLER, Presidenl Wheeler's Pharmacy lnc. Prescripiion Druggisis I749 Park Avenue COMMERCE LYNCHBURG, VA. When in Virginia- I+'s Lynchburg Dial 6-2627 Lynchburg, Virginia AMBULANCE CHAPEL L en Luzem ome, 120. Qylfff 555 I336 Park Avenue - Lynchburg, Virginia DIAL 2-452I WE OURSELVES THE BETTER SERVE BY SERVING OTHERS BEST 11271 ,553 FRIEND'S RESTAURANT 674 Oakley Avenue a'l' Memorial Lynchburg, Virginia MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT FRIEND'S Mr.!and Mrs. P. W. "Red" Chaffin, Prop. A C ' Sh ner gefs Mr. J. R. Gilli s DIAL 2-zlsl 'I'ure Zznaeconiracf. am g .. x -N J: ' i Two Top Brands i n ji' A ,. ., A HEHA 1 . . t s TOMATOES i " 0!!,.91'."1!L'2'L4if?2!f!?..29. Packed Daily CANADA PROBUCE COMPA ' sz: JEFFERSON STREET LYNCHBURG. vmelNlA Ai1.1?rHIAEHAHA'S fa ll 31 LYNCHBURG'S OLDEST INSTITUTION SECOND OLDEST IN THE UNITED STATES 252 si gei iei 2 Q " , -IDIOIAUIUGUID Qi 'Y fs-wg +i..1, W, ,L ,,,, W- DILIQLIFUID guneral Qireciors DIUGUID SERVICE COSTS NO MORE AMBULANCE SERVICE IOI6 RIVERMONT AVENUE DIAL 2-31432 LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA The Besi' Deal in Town CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH DIAMOND "T" TRUCKS GOODYEAR TIRES BATTENES WHOLESALE GROCER I-IOT POINT APPLIANCES HOME AND AUTO RADIOS TELEVISION ' L. E. LICHF ORD FRUITS, PRODUCE Lynchburg, Virginia MOTOR CO., Inc. 2306 Bedford Avenue I2I'h 8: Church Sfreefs Dial 2-I 227 I I1191 Mr. Alan Osler instructs J. Helsabeclr, A. Henderson and J. Cure in adverfising layoul. C. S. CO. See our Aqenf woe FORT AVENUE MARY RUTH SWLEY LYNCHBURG, VlRGlNlA s The Sign 'I'l1e Nation Knows "Fine shoes for The enlire family" Mobilgus ' Your Sign of Friendly Service 915 Main S+. Dial 3,1359 Chestnut Hill Service Station limi STUDENTS 7' ARE ALWAYS V WELCOME S:e:,fff'i'E here a+ The Peoples Na- fional Bank and Trus'r Company. Ever since I868, we have been serving +he banking needs of your communily, ancl you can be sure of our inferesi' in your progress, and of our co-operafion in praclical ways fha? will help you fo gel ahead in life. We are here +o serve you. Sfop in and gel' acquain+ecl. g girififegligsgr is a S e :Man V EE EF lly il ill ..,z::c: EE EE gg H 5511152 1 :gl PEOPLES Nmlonm. Mila is ii is gl. B A N K 8. T R u s T C o M PA N Y I,i,i l e y am MQW MILLER Pmm siumcnl y . Mfg-W ,l , E Membelmderal Deposit Insurance Corpogcjiiw Fort Avenue connza EIGHTH AND MAIN ORGANIZED I868 U31 OUR NEW MODERN PLANT, CONSTANT CARE AND LABORATORY CONTROL GUARANTEES YOU QUALITY ALWAYS IN ALL WAYS Visi'r Our PIanI'-You Are Always Welcome QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS, Inc. Oakley Avenue, Dial 4-2464 "On fhe RouI'e fo Roanoke" HUDGIN S FUNERAL HOME Fiffh Sireef af Cour'I' Lynchburg, Virginia Dial 2-I I35 J. C. Huclgins, Owner R. G. Hughes, Jr., Asst Mgr. 'M IES g gg, JOHN P. HUGHES MOTOR CO., Inc. A Favorife Place FOR THE YOUNGER SET TO SHOP BECAUSE . . . 800 Commerce Sfreef We Specialize DIAL 2-45II In Youthful Fashions 3I "THE KING OF THE SEA" THE WIFE SAVING awaiis you STATION a+ DIAL 6-2645 The WHITE HOUSE White Star Laundry 306-3 I 2 TweII'I'h S+reeI' LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA RESTAURANT JAMES T. DAVIS "Lynchburg's Leading Paint and Wallpaper Store" DIAL 2-3407 I225 MAIN STREET IT'S WHAT THE'LL SPEND, MY SON, NOT WHAT THE'LL MAKE THAT WILL DECIDE WHETHER THEE'S TO BE RICH OR POOR. -Alice W. Rollins. Our SAVING PLANS and liberal dividends of noi' less Ihan 4.56'7o, since I9I4, have encouraged many Io be "ThrifI'y" and Save- and our Home Purchase Plan has helped many 'ro become "Home Owners." THE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 2I5 Ninfh S+reeI ASSETS OVER S6,000,000.00 Member Federal Home Loan Bank J. NEWTON GORDON, Sec'y.-Trees. I13I I. Close your mou+h, Phyllis. 2. The Big Six and Coach. 3. Assemb'y Day, a+ lasi. 4. Al leasf they can spell. Safe - Reliable - Courteous TRANSPORTATION LYNCHBURG TRANSIT CO l?s4I Complimenls Fine Qualily Shoes for 'rhe Enlire Family Since l886 COLElVlAN'S SOUTHERN PARTS 86 BEARING CO., lnc. "THE PARTS PEOPLE" 9I0-I6 Commerce S+. Dial 2-4545 Lynchburg, Virginia Fort Hill Esso Station Where "Happy Mo+oring" Sfaris Forl and Memorial Aves. Lynchburg, Virginia Phone 2-l l9I - 2-9874 , A Q? A HUGHES Dry Cleaning Corp. I603 PARK AVENUE DIAL 7-2756 lll 1 .4 , 4 A SURE S C HIGH s PH ILLIP 9 Higher 9 Secretarial TART TO SUCCESS WITH YOUR HOOL DIPLOMA IS TO ENTER , BIISIIIERS come U U U I I I I. IJ U IYNCHIUIC, VIRGINIA Accounting .Bookkeeping ' Stenographic 0 Salesmanship "The House of SunsI1i'ne" MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT LYNCHBURG'S LARGEST MOST GERMFREE MODERN NEIGHBORHOOD BUNDLES OF DRUG STORE CLEANLINESS Dial 3-I347 . Pec:rson's Druq Store 2476 RIVERMONT AVE. DIAL 4 2473 1363 I AI Iees+ Ihey aren'I wall flow 2. "Where Love is There God AI Chrisfmas pIay. 3. Sfop s+aIIing, Mr. Bryant and g I IIN CGI' S. Bachelor of LY CHBURG COLLEGE GZ? A four-year College of Liberal Arlrs and Sciences for men and women offering courses leading 'ro lhe Bachelor of Aris and Sciences degrees. Range of Eclucafional Opporiunifies Liberal Ar+s Course Fine Ar+s Music Arr Drama Pre-professional and Vocaiional Courses Medicine Physical Educalrion Denlisiry Engineering Pharmacy Journalism Nursing Library Science Law Minislry Teaching Religious Educaiion Secreiarial Laboraiory Technician Commercial Social Work Foresfry Business Adminislrralion For informafion wrile Orville W. Wake, Presidem' :nen,.b. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT BASHAM MODEL SERVICE A CompIe+e Line of Model, Hobby ancI Crafi' Supplies 2I3 Ninih Street IAcross from Post Office, DEPOSITORS BANK DRUGS of uncer+ain quality are boI'I1 dangerous and exfravaganf- Main Sf. aI' Eleventh Pafronize PATTERSON 'S SAFE SERVICE DRUG STORES MAIN AT SEVENTH - I020 MAIN STREET INSURANCE CORP. Hi Juniors! 'round town, and in the country too, .CI uficien eimeru.. Has the clothes for you. 138I HATEVER your require- menls .... we shall appreciafe fhe oppor- l'uni+y of aiding you in securing flue besl' possi- ble values in .... P R I N T I N G ENGRAVING 5? Lufuaf ress, nc. 58-60 Ninlli Slreel Dial 2-l203 H39 H 'H FOR TIIUIISMIIIS 0F LYIIGIIBIIRGERS The Lynchburg Natmnal Bank and Trust Company -79-, I .L,. , O NINYH AND MAIN STREETS E'lNBRANCH-NINTHANDCOHMERC . MEMPEPFDIC As Our Nation Strives for United Freedom The Consumer Finds SERVICE ECONOMY QUALITY United at BIBEE'S VIRGINIA MARKETS .F I x Senior Directory MARGARET ADAMS-Honor League '49-'52: Y-Teens '49-'52, PATRICIA ANNE ADAMShCivics: Y-Teens: Chorus. BUFORD LEE ALMOND-Trade School '50- '52, PEGGY ANN ALMOND-Student Council '48- '49: Art League '50-'52: Y-Teens '51: Library Coun- cil '51: Girls' Junior Basketball Team '48-'49: Re- ceptionist '49: Honor League. FAYE COLE ANDERSONARed Cross: Motion Picture Club. ANN BRENT APP-Quill and Scroll, Sec.: Honor League Representative: Critic, Co-Editor '51-'52: David Garrick Players: Latin Club: Chem- istry Club: Y-Teens: Public Reading: French Club: Sec. National Honor Society. BEULAH AUSTIN-Honor League '48-'52: High Times, Typist '51-'52: Senior Council '51-'52: Chorus '48, '49, '50: Public Reading '50: National Honor Society. BETTY JEAN BAlLEYfHonor League: Civics: Y-Teens '50-'51: Chorus '48, '49, '50: Business Education: Athletic Association. 1 DANNY ARTHUR BEARD-Honor League: Tennis '50, '51, '52, MARY FRANCES BERRY-Latin Club: Y- Teens. ' HELEN ADAIR BLANKS-Honor League: Y- Teens: '48-'51: Library Council '51: Red Cross '51: Choir '49-'51: Chorus '48. MARIAN BLETZ-High Times: David Garrick Players: Chemistry Club: Y-Teens: Library Council: Chorus: Debate Club: Public Reading: Public Speak- mg. FRANCES ANN BOOKER-Student Council, Representative '48, '49, '50, '51: Honor League, Representative '49-'5O: High Times, Reporter '50, '51, '52: Senior Council, Vice-President: David Garrick Players '51, '52: Y-Teens '48, '49, '50: Jun- ior Y-Teen President: Tri-Hi President '51, '52: Choir '49, '5O: Chorus '48, '49: Junior Varsity fheerleader '49, '50, '5l: Girls' Senior Basketball Team '49, '50, '51, '52: Girls' Junior Basketball Team, City League: Sophomore Class, Secretary: Junior Class, Chairman: Tennis '50, '51, '52: French Club: Representative to Girls' State: Member of Juvenile Court Board from School: National Honor Society. CAROLYN MARIE BOOTH-Honor League '50-'5l: Secretary '51-'52: Senior Council '51-'52: Civics '51: Y-Teens '49, '50, '51, Worship Chairman '51-'52: Choir, Treasurer '51-'52: Chorus, Vice- President '51: Cheerleader '51-'52: Senior Class Treasurer '51-'52: National Honor Society. LAWRENCE HOFFMAN BOWEN-Latin Club: Chemistry Club: E. C. Glass Hi-Y: Red Cross: Orchestra: Public Speaking: National Honor Soeiety. 11421 JOANNA BOWER-Student Council '48, "49, '50, '51: Honor League '48-'52: Critic '51-'52: David Garrick Players '49, '50, '51, '52: Civics '51-'52: Y-Teens '48-'52: Cheerleader, J. V. '49-'51: Senior '51-'52: Girls' Senior Basketball Team '48- '52: Co-Captain '51-'52: Girls' Junior Basketball Team '48-'52: Bowling Team '48-'52: Cafeteria Helper '49-'51: Sophomore Class Treasurer '49-'50: Tennis '49-'52: Athletic Association '48-'S2: Contest Play '50-'51: Sophomore Council '49-'50: Junior Council '50-'51: Senior Day Stadium Committee '51-'52: Play Day at Salem '48-'50, VIRGINIA BREVO--Student Council '49-'51: Honor League '48-'51: Red Cross '49: Girls' Junior Basketball Team '49: Office Helper '51. BILLY BROOKSQStudent Council '50: Choir '51: Orchestra '51: Band '48-'52, HUGH BROWN-Honor League: Athletic Asso- ciation. VIVIAN ARLENE BROWNfHonor League: Chorus: Girls' Senior Basketball Team: Girls' Junior Basketball Team. JAMES LUTHER BRUFFY-Student Council '49: Honor League '51: Red Cross '49: Class Officer '49, BARBARA ANN BRYANT-Honor League: Y-Teens '47-'48: Orchestra '48-'51: Bowling Team '49-'50: Distributors' Club '51. KENNETH RAY BURNETT-Honor League: Chemistry Club: Civics: Art League: Varsity Foot- ball '49, '50, '51: Varsity Basketball '49, '50, '51, '52: Track '49, '50, '51, '52. NANCY JANETTE BURRUSS-Honor League, Representative '49, '50: Y-Teens '47, '48, '49: Orchestra '47, '48, '49: Cafeteria Helper '50, '51: Distributors' Club '51, '52. MELVIN CAMPBELL-Honor League: Hill- toppers' Hi-Y: Distributors' Club. JULIETTE CANADA-Honor League: Critic, Advertiser, Crest, Activities Editor: Civics: Y-Teens '49, '50, '51, '52: Recreation Chairman: J. V. Cheer- leader '50, '51: Girls' Junior Basketball Team '51, '52: Athletic Association. HARRIETTE CANDLER-Honor League '50, '51, '52: Y-Teens '51, '52: Choir '50: Athletic Asso- ciation '50-'52. LUCY FLORENCE CANTIERI-Honor League: Senior Council: Spanish Club '51, '52: Latin Club: Y-Teens '48-'52: Program Chairman '51, '52: Choir '49-'52, Treasurer '50, '51: Chorus '48: Debate Club '51 BARBARA ANN CARMICHAEL-Honor League: Choir: Chorus: Bowling Team: Distributors' Club: Cheering Squad. BETTIE JEAN CARTER-Honor League: Y- Teens: Choir: Chorus: Business Education. Senior MARY FRANCES CARWILE-Spanish Club '51, '52, Y'Teens '48"52, Library Council '48"50, Orchestra '48"52, Chorus '51, '52, Public Speak' ing '51, '52. DELORES MAXINE CLARK-f-Honor League '51, '52, High Times '51, Senior Council '51, Civics '51, '52, Choir '50, '51, '52, Chorus '49, Athletic Association '48"52, National Honor Society. H. MACON CLEMENTS-gHonor League, Orchestra '48"50. JEAN CLEMMONSvHonor League, Civics, Chorus, Vice'President, Bowling Team, Motion Picture Club, Distributors' Club, Cheering Squad. JOHN CLOYD f-f- Honor League '51, '52, David Garrick Players '51, '52, Civics '51, Art League '51, '52. PEGGY JOYCE COFFLIN-'Honor League, Chorus '48, '49, Cafeteria Helper. NORMAN HOWARD COHEN---Honor League, Library Council, Pioneer Hi'Y: J. V. Foot' ball. JOHN LLOYD COLES--Honor League, Distri' butors' Club. GLENN G. COLLINS'---Quill E? Scroll '51, '52, Student Council '49, Honor League, Representative '49"52, Critic, Circulation Manager '50, Co'Editor '51, '52, David Garrick Players, Treasurer '51, '52, Latin Club '50, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Cafeteria Helper '50, Public Speaking '50, '51, Assembly Committee '51, '52, National Honor Society. KENNETH LEO COLLINS-Honor League: Trade School. JOYCE CONWAY-Honor League '49, Y'Teens '50, Chorus '48"51, Girls' Senior Basketball '49, LANGHORNE COOKE-Honor League, Critic '48-'51, High Times '48-'51, Crest '48"51, Spanish Club '51, '52, Latin Club '48, '49, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Civics, Y'Teens '48"51, Girls' Senior Basketball Team '49, '50, '51, Girls' Junior Basket' ball Team '48"51, Bowling '49"51, Office Helper '51, '52. THELMA VAUGHN COUNCILL--Honor League, '48"52, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Y'Teens '48"51, Orchestra '48"50, Girls' Junior Basketball Team '49, '50, '51, Distributors' Club '51, '52. LEWIS COWINS--Honor League, Civics, Hill' toppers' Hi'Y. TOM CRADDOCK-Honor League, High Times '50, '51, Chemistry Club '49, Civics '51, Art League '50, '5l. BARBARA CREASYW-Quill U Scroll '51, Stu' dent Council '48"50, Honor League '48"52, Crest '50"52, David Garrick Players '51, '52, Spanish Club '51, '52, Latin Club '49, '50, Y'Teens '47"52, Treasurer of Va. Statewide Y'Teen Con' ference '51, '52, Library Council '48, '49, Orchestra '48"5O, Band '49, '50, J. V. Cheerleader '49"51, Varsity Cheerleader '51, Girls' Senior Basketball Team '50f'52, Girls' Junior Basketball Team '49"51, Bowling Team '49"52, Cafeteria Helper '49, '50, Treasurer of Junior Class, Athletic Association. Y 4-sf U Wi Directory ANN CRESS--Honor League, Spanish Club, Art League '51, Y'Teens '49, '50, '51, Red Cross, Chorus '49, '50. ANN CRESS--f Honor League, Spanish Club, Art League '51, Y'Teens '49, '50, '51, Red Cross: Chorus '49, '50. GEORGE BILLY CRESS--Honor League, Art League, Tennis. BARBARA B. CREWS- -Honor League '49, Y' Teens '49, Red Rross '51, Choir '51, Orchestra '50, Chorus '51, Band '49, '50, Bowling Team '50. WILLIAM FRANKLIN CREWS-Student Council Representative '51, '52, Honor League, Red Cross, Treasurer '50, Choir, Orchestra, Band, Treasurer '51, Vice'President Freshman Class: Presi' dent Sophomore Class, Debate Club. ERNEST CROUCH---Honor League, Trade School '46"49. PRESTON JOSEPH CROUCH-Honor League, Senior Council, Library Council, '48, '49, Cafe' teria Helper. FLORENCE MERLE CUMBY---Civics '52, Library Council '49"51, Red Cross '48. DOT CUNNINGHAM-Honor League '50"52, Chemistry Club '51, Y-Teens '50"52, Red Cross '49, Bowling Team '51, Cafeteria Helper '51, '52. IRA MAE CUNNIN GHAMwHonor League, Chemistry Club '50, '51, Civics '50, Cafeteria Helper '50, '51, JANE HILL CURE- --Honor League '48"52, Critic '51, '52, Crest '52, Latin Club '48"50, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Civics '51, '52, Y'Teens '48-'52, Cheerleader, Varsity '50, '51, Head Cheer' leader '52, Girls' Senior Basketball Team '48-'52, Girls' Junior Basketball Team '48"52, Co'Captain '52, Bowling Team '48"52, Office Helper '49, '50, Tennis '48-'52, Junior Varsity Cheerleader '49: Athletic Association '48f'52, Stadium Committee Chairman '51, '52, Junior Council Representative '50, '51, Play Day in Salem '48, '49, '50, National Honor Society. THELMA REEVES DENNY-Honor League: Art League '48, '49"51, Motion Picture Club '51, '52, Distributors' Club '51, '52. MARIE LOUISE DIETZAHonor League, '48' '52, Spanish Club '51, '52, Civics '51, Y'Teens '48"52, Chorus '49"52, Debate Club '51, '52. DENNIS ALLEN DOBYNS- Honor League, Trade School. GLORIA DARE DOSS--Honor League '48"5l, Art League '48, '49, Chorus '49, '50, '51. PEGGY ANN DREWRY-Student Council '51, '52, Honor League, Spanish Club '51, '52, Latin Club '49, '50, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Chorus '50, '51, '52, Bowling Team '51, National Honor Society. RUTH ELIZABETH DRISKILL-Honor League '48"52, Library Council '49, Distributors' Club '51, '52, Program Seller '48, '49. JANIE DUDLEY-Honor League '48"52, Civics '51, '52, Library Council '48"51, Cafeteria Helper '50"52, Distributors' Club '51, '52. H431 . 4, Senior HUGH DAVID EBERT, JR.-Critic '49"52: High Times '50"52: Crest '50"52: Chemistry Club '50, '51: Civics '50: Art League '48"52: E. C. Class Hi'Y '48, '49, Treasurer: Motion Picture Club '49: Varsity Football '49, '50, '51: Track '48"52: J. V. Basketball '49"51: Athletic Association '47-'50. DELORES LAVERN ELDER 'Honor League '48"52: David Carrick Players '49"52: Art League '51, '52: Red Cross '51: Chorus '51: Bowling Team '49"51g Public Speaking '50: Freshman Council '48. W. P. ELLIS, JR.-Honor League '49: E, C. Class Hi'Y '49, '50: Band '48"51: Trade School '51: Tennis '48, '49, '51. RAY KENNETH EPLINC' Honor League, Senior Representative '52: Critic, Exchanges '52: Chemistry Club '51: E. C. Class Hi'Y '49, '50: Motion Picture Club '50"52. CHARLES EARL ERBACHER- f--- Honor League '49, '50, '51: Chemistry Club '50, '51. WAYNE EVERIDGEfHonor League: David Carrick Players: Trade School. NANCY JO FERGUSON-Quill Es? Scroll '51, '52: Honor League, Representative '48, '49: Critic '50, '51, '52, Art Editor: Senior Council '51, '52: David Carrick Players '48"52: Latin Club, Aedile '49"52: Art League '49"52 President: Y'Teens: Secretary Tri'Hi: Band '49, Secretary '50, '51, '52: Public Reading, District Champion: Forensic meet, District Champion '49, '50: State Poetry Reading Champion '50, '51: Assembly Committee, Chairman '51, '52: Reading Club '50, '51 President: Band Council: National Honor Society. JOYCE MARIE FIRKIN-Honor League: Sen' ior Council: President of Freshman Y-Teens '48, '49: Cafeteria Helper, Bookkeeper '51, '52: Debate Club '49, '50: High School Fund, Assistant Bookkeeper '50, '51: National Honor Society. JOAN SHUEY FIRKINS-Quill Es' Scroll '51: Honor League: Crest, Art Editor '50, '51: David Carrick Players '49, '50,'5l: Latin Club '49: Chemistry Club '50: Art League '48"51: Y'Teens '49, '50: Red Cross '51: Debate Club '49g Na' tional Honor Society. STANLEY FITZGERALD-f -Honor League: Trade School '49"52. HENRY S. FIX, JR.- -Honor League '49, '50, '51, '52: Orchestra '50, '51, '52: Band '49"52: Public Speaking '51, 52, Band Council '50. SHIRLEY ANN FIZER Honor Lea ue' Y' Lt. g , Teens: Choir: Chorus: Bowling Team '49. BETTY ANN FORD- -Honor League: High Times, Typist: Y'Teens: National Honor Society. CHARLENE RAYE FOSTER -Honor League '48"52: Junior Representative '51, President '52: Crest, Activities Editor '51, '52: Senior Council: David Carrick Players '49"52, Secretary '51, Presi' dent '52: Spanish Club '52: Latin Club '50: Y' Teens '49"52, Secretary of Senior Club: Bowling Team: Cafeteria Helper '49"51: Secretary of Fresh' man Class: Secretary of Junior Class: Public Speak' ing '51, '52: Athletic Association: Girl State '51: Virginia Delegate to Cirls' Nation '51: Contest Play '51: National Honor Society. lA144J Directory NANCY LOUISE FRASER---Honor League, Representative '50, '51: Senior Council '51, '52: Library Council '50, '51: Motion Picture Club '51, '52: Assembly Committee '51, '52: French Club, Secretary and Treasurer, '50, '51, JOHN COLEMAN FRY--Honor League: Trade School '50, '51, '52. SHEILA EDITHER CALLAGHER- 'Honor League: Art League '50: Distributors' Club '51, HUNTER HOUSTON CEORCE, JR.vHonor League '48"51: David Carrick Players '49-'51: Chemistry Club '50, '51: Art League '49"51. LEEWARD ELVIN GLASS-Honor League: Trade School '50, '51,' 52. JULIE CREMMELS- -Quill 53 Scroll '50, '51, '52: Honor League '49"52: Y'Teens '49"51: Red Cross '49"52g Public Reading '50, '51: High Times, Advertising Manager '50, '51. SARA VIRGINIA CRIST-Student Council '49, '50: Honor League: Critic '48, '49: High Times '48, '49: Crest '48, '49: Latin Club, Treasurer '48' '52: Chemistry Club '51, '52: Y-Teens '51, '52: Cheerleader, J. V. '49"5lg Varsity '51, '52: Cirls' Junior Basketball Team '48"52: Bowling Team '49' '52: Office Helper '51, '52: Assembly Committee '49"52: National Honor Society. JEAN DELL CRUBBS-Student Council '50: Honor League '50: Art League '49, '50, '51: Y' Teens '49, '50: Cirls' Junior Basketball Team '51: Distributors' Club, Treasurer '51, '52, ALICE MYERS CUCCENHEIMER-Honor League, Representative '49"52: Critic '49: Crest '49, '50, '52: Class Editor '52: David Carrick Players '49"5?., Make'up Chairman '52: Latin Club '50, '51, '52: Y'Teens '51, Vice'President Tri'Hi '52, President Senior Club: Cirls'- Junior Basketball Team '49-'52: Cafeteria Helper '51, '52: Athletic Association: Bowling Team '52: National Honor Society. ELAINE KINC CUTHRIE---Honor League: Spanish Club '51, '52: Y'Teens '48"52: Library Council '48"51: Orchestra '48"52: Chorus '51, '52: Athletic Association. MARJORIE RUTH HAITHCOCK-Latin Club '48"50: Chemistry Club '50, '51: Y'Teens '50, '51: Chorus '50, '51, '52: Cirls' Junior Basketball Team '49"50: Bowling Team '50, '51, DIANA SUNDQUIST HALL -Honor League: High Times '51, '52: Art League '49"52: Y'Teens '48"52: Choir '52: Chorus '49: Cheerleader '51, '52: Bowling Team '52: Tennis '51: City League Basket' ball '49, '51, '52. WILLIAM LEE HALL- Honor League '49"52: High Times '50. RUSSELL EMERSON HAMBLETT, JR.- Honor League: E. C. Class Hi-Y: Cafeteria Helper: Motion Picture Club. CRADY HAMMOCK-Honor League: Art League '49"51: Trade School '48, '49, '50: Cafeteria Helper '48, ' FRANCES LEE HARDWICK--Honor League: High Times, Typist: Art League: Y'Teens, Library Council: Red Cross: Distributors' Club. , Y J. 'R 'ft 4 ' is Senior HENRY ELMER HARRIS--Honor League, Spanish Club, Latin Club '48, '49, Chemistry Club, Trade School '50, '51, Cafeteria Helper '51, Varsity Basketball '48f'52, CofCaptain, Student Council, Receptionist '49-'52, National Honor Society. WILLIAM PRESTON HARRI SgHonor League, Crest, Advertising Club, Senior Council, Chemistry Club. NANCY ELEANOR HARTMANN-e-Honor League '51, '52, Chemistry Club '52, Y-Teens '51, '52, Girls' junior Basketball Team '52, Bowling Team '51, '52, French Club '51. RICHARD CLARKSON HARVEY-f --Honor League, Orchestra '48f'52, Cafeteria Helper '51, '52, Distributors' Club '51f'52. DAN HAWKINS---Trade School '50, '51, '521 I. V. Football '50, '51, Track '50. PATSY ANN HAWKINS-Honor League, YfTeens '49f'52, Choir '51, '52, Chorus '50, Band, Drum Majorette '50, '51, '52, Cafeteria Helper '52, Motion Picture Club '50, '51, '52, Debate Club '52, Public Speaking '49, SARAH HAWKINS-Student Council, Secref tary '49, '50, '51, '52, Honor League, Critic, Adver' tiser, Crest, Advertiser, Y'Teens '48"52, Chorus '50, '51, '52, Girls' State Athletic Association. EMILY ,IANE HELSABECK-National Honor Society, Program Seller '48"52, Critic, Advertising Staff '51, '52, Crest, Activities Editor '51, '52, David Garrick Players, Vice'President '50f'52, Latin Club '49, '50, Chemistry Club '52, YfTeens '50"52, French Club '51, '52, Contest Play '50: Honor League, Bowling Team, Motion Picture Club, Freshman Council, Athletic Association. FRANCES ABBOT HENDERSON--Honor League, Crest, David Garrick Players, Civics, Critic Advertiser, Y-Teens, Red Cross, Girls' junior Basket' ball Team, Bowling Team, French Club '51, '52, Debate Club '52. DONALD RAY HENDRICKS-Honor League '47f'52, Trade School '46f'51, Cafeteria Helper '48- '49, '52, Varsity Basketball Manager '49, Track Manager '49. HAROLD CARLTON HEPLER-Honor League '48f'52, Trade School '49-'52. VIRGINIA ANN HICKS- AHonor League, Chorus, Bowling Team, Cheering Squad. FRANCES HOLLINGSWORTH-Honor League '48-'51, Chorus '48, '50, '51. L. DAVE HORNER-Honor League, V. Basketball '49f'50, '50f'51, Athletic Association. MAURALIA HOWELL-Honor League '48f '52, Y'Teens '48f'50, Chorus '48f'52, Girls' junior Basketball Team '48"52, Bowling Team '50f'52, Tennis '5Of'52. BILL HUBBARD-Varsity Football, Track. ROBERT VINCENT HUFF-Honor League '49-'52, E. C. Glass HifY '51, '52, Band '49, Trade School '49, '50, '51, Debate Club '51, '52. Directory CYNTHIA ZANE HUTCHESON-Student Council '49-'52, Honor League, Critic '48-'52, High Times '48, '49, Crest '48"50, Latin Club '48"52, Consul, YfTeens, Girls' junior Basketball Team, Bowling Team, Quill E? Scroll, National Honor Society. CAROLYN BOOTH JESSEE-4-Honor League: Art League, YfTeens, Distributors' Club. KENDRICK ROGERS JOHNSON-Quill E? Scroll '50f'52, Student Council '48, '49, High 'Times '48f'52, David Garrick Players '51, '52, Chemistry Club '50, '51, E. C. Glass Hi'Y '48"51, Vice' President '51, '52, Motion Picture Club '48, '51, '52, Secretary'Treasurer '49, '50. CORA MALIN JOHNSON-Honor League: Critic, Advertising, Crest, Y-Teens, Red Cross, Choir, Chorus, Girls' junior Basketball Team, Bowl- ing Team, Tennis, Athletic Association, Office Helper. BETSY ANNE JONES- -Honor League, Spanish Club '51, '52, Y-Teens '48f'52, Vice'Presi- dent '48, '49, '50, Chorus '48, '49, '50, Office Helper '50, '51, '52, TrifHi '50, '51, 52. CLAYTON GRANT JONES-Honor League, Art League, Hilltoppers HifY, Library Council, Varsity Football '49, '50, '51, Varsity Basketball '49, '50, '51, Track '49, '50, '51, Co-Captain '52, Athletic Association. JUDITH BARBARA KASLER4Quill 5' Scroll '50-'52, President '51, '52, Student Council '48, '49, Representative, Honor League '49, '50, Representaf tive, High Times '48-'52, Assistant Editor '50, '51, Co-Editor '51, '52, Latin Club '49, '50, Chemistry Club '50, '51, Secretary, YfTeens '48f'52, TrifHi, Treasurer '50, '51, French Club '51, '52, Bowling Team '49"52, National Honor Society. PAT KAVANAUGH-Honor League '48"51, Spanish Club '49, Latin Club '48, '49, Chemistry Club '49, Red Cross '48, Varsity Football '49, '50, '51, Track '48, '49, '50, Athletic Association. BARBARA ANN KEEPER-Student Council '50, '51, Vice-President '52, Honor League '49f'52, Crest, Editor '52, Latin Club '50, '51, Secretary '52, Chemistry Club, Under-Secretary '52, YfTeens '52, Chorus '49, Cheerleader '51, '52, Girls' Senior Basketball Team '51, '52, Girls' junior Basketball Team '49f'52, Bowling Team '50, '51, '52, Tennis '50, Public Speaking '52, Secretary Athletic Asso' ciation, '51, '52, National Honor Society. ARDIE LEE KELLY-Honor League '48, '49, Critic Solicitor '48"52, Crest Solicitor '48-'52, David Garrick Players '49"52, Library Council '48- '52, French Club '50, '51. BETTY JEAN KING-YfTeens, Library Coun- ail, Red Cross '50, Representative, Chorus, Bowling eam. HILARY G. KNAPP-Critic '48f'51, Girls' Junior Basketball Team '49-'52, Bowling Team '49, '50, Tennis '49-'51, French Club '51, '52. RANDOLPH S. KNIPP-Honor League, David Garrick Players '48, Chemistry Club '50, Cafeteria Helper, Track '51, Assembly Committee. H451 Senior LEWIS VJ. KRANTZ- -Honor League, Distri- butors' Club, JAMES PAUL KREGER, JR.----Honor League '48f'52, E. C. Glass HifY, Choir, Band '489521 Motion Picture Club. BOB KURTZ-Honor League, Distributors' Club '50"51. EDWARD LACY---Student Council '50, '51, Honor League '48f'52: Civics, Cafeteria Helper '49, Motion Picture Club '49, '50, '51, Athletic Asso- ciation. NANCY LEE LEWIS---Honor League, Civics '51, YfTeens, Red Cross '50, Chorus '49, '50, DrumfMajorette '49. JAMES EPPA LINDSAY -High Times '50, Orchestra '51, Band '48f'51, Motion Picture Club '48f'52, Tennis '48, '49, ALLEN HUBBARD LOYD --Honor League, Critic '49, '50, Latin Club '49, '50, Chemistry Club, Treasurer '50, '51, President '51, '52, French Club, President '51, '52, National Honor Society. PHYLLIS B. LUCADO--Honor League, High Times, Typist, Chorus. WILLIAM CHESTER LUND -Honor League: Chemistry Club, E. C. Glass Hi-Y, Varsity Football, Track, Public Reading: Athletic Association. DORIS ANNE MADDOX-Honor League, Chorus '49, Bowling Team '50f'5l, Motion Picture Club '51, Distributors' Club '51-'52. ROBERT GARLAND MADDOX-H o n o r League, Trade School. TOM MAGANN--Honor League '48f'52, E. C. Glass HifY '50f'51, Trade School. LEWIS MARSH- -Art League '50, Hilltoppers' HifY '48, '49, '50, TERRY DONALD MARTIN7Honor League '48f'52, Chemistry Club '5Of'51, Civics '50f'51: Trade School '51"52, Varsity Basketball '50, '51, '52, J. V. Basketball '49f'50, National Honor Society. PHYLLIS JUNE MARTIN --Honor League: Critic Business Manager '51f'52, Crest Business Manager '51f'52, Chorus '49f'50, Bowling Team '49f'52. CAROLYN GAIL MASON --Honor League, David Garrick Players '51"52, Spanish Club 'Sl' '52, YfTeens '50, '51, '52, Choir '50, '51, Chorus '49. THOMAS MASSIE- -Latin Club '49, '50, Chemistry Club '51, Class Officer, President of Senior Class, Varsity Football '49, '50, '51, Track '51, '52, National Honor Society. NANCY LEE MAY-Chorus, Cafeteria Helper, Girls' Junior Basketball Team. HELEN OMEGA MAYBERRY Honor Lea ue .. g : Choir '51, Chorus '49, '50, Cafeteria Helper '49. JOHN JESSE MAYO, JR.-Honor League, Vice' President '51, '52, Critic '49, '50, Spanish Club '51, '52, Latin Club '49, '50, Chemistry Club '50, '51, Vice'President, E. C. Glass HifY, President '51, '52, Track '48f'52, National Honor Society. 11,461 1 Directory MARY ANN MAYS--Honor League, Civics '50: YfTeens '49, '50, '51, Chorus '49, '50, '51, Cafe' teria Helper '50. NANCY MCCLENNY- -Honor League '48-'52, Spanish Club '51, '52, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Civics '51, YfTeens '49-'52, Choir '48f'52. BILL McKEEfStudent Council, High Times, David Garrick Players: Latin Club, Chemistry Club, E. C. Glass Hi'Y, Band, Class Officer, Debate Club. NANCY MCNAMARA-Honor League '48"52: Spanish Club '51, '52, Civics '51, Y-Teens '48"52, Choir '50, Chorus '48, '49, '51, '52, Debate Club '51, '52. DORIS ANN MINIX--Honor League '48f'52, High Times, Typist '49, '50, Civics '52, Art League '51, '52, Chorus '52, Bowling,Team '51, Tennis '51. WARREN EUGENE MITCHELL-Hilltoppers' HifY '50, '51, Red Cross '51, Varsity Basketball '47f'51. AUBREY RUSSELL MOON-Honor League '49-'51, Civics '51. DIXIE ANN MOORE?-Quill E? Scroll '50f'52: Student Council '51, '52, Treasurer Honor League, Critic '49-'52, Senior Council, David Garrick Play- ers '49f'52, Spanish Club '51, '52, Latin Club '48, '49, Red Cross '48, '49, Chorus '48, '49, J. V. Cheerleader '49, '50, '51, Class Officer, Vice-Presb dent '49, '50, '51, HAROLD GLENN MOORE-Student Council '48, Honor League '49, Trade School '50, '51,'52. MARY LEWIS MOORE--Honor League, David Garrick Players, Choir, Chorus. MATTIE MENTOLA MOORE-Student Counf cil '48, Honor League '48f'52, Choir '49f'52, Chorus '48, Motion Picture Club '51, '52, Bowling '51, '52, Junior Basketball '51, '52. NANCY JANE MOORE----Honor League, Choir '51, Chorus '49, '50. MARTHA ANN MORGANwHonor League '48f'52, Latin Club '50, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Civics '51, YfTeens '49-'52, Chorus '52, Office Helper '51, LEONARD JAMES MORRIS-Honor League, J. V. Football '51, Track '50, '51, MARY ALLEN MUIR--Honor League '48-'52, Civics '51, Art League '51, '52, Y-Teens '48f'50, Library Council '48, '49, Red Cross, Girls' Junior Basketball Team '47, '48, '49, Cafeteria Helper '50, Distributors' Club '51, '52. MARTHA JANE MURRELL--Student Council '51, Honor League '49f'52, Senior Council, Spanish Club '51, '52, Chemistry Club '51, Civics '51, Art League '51, '52, Y-Teens '49f'52: Red Cross '49f '52, Choir '50, Bowling Team '50, '51, Athletic Association '49"52. CARLTON EDWARD OVERSTREET-Honor League, Chemistry Club, Red Cross, Trade School. PHYLLIS JEAN OWEN-Honor League '48- '52, High Times, Typist '49, '50, Civics '51, Art League '51, '52, YfTeens '48f'52, Library Council '50, Chorus '52, Girls' Junior Basketball Team '50, '51, Bowling Team '50, '51, '52, Office Helper '52, Tennis '51, '52. L-. dt ,,,. Senior PERCY PAGE, JR.-Honor League: Civics '50: Art League '49, '50, '51: Distributors' Club '51. THOMAS XVINGFIELD PAGE-Student Coun' cil '49: Honor League: Critic, Sports Editor '50, '51, '52: Latin Club '51, Consul '52: Chemistry Club '51: Hilltoppers' Hi'Y '48: Varsity Football '49, '50, '51: Track '50, '51, '52: National Honor Society. WILLIAM PARKER-- Honor League: David Garrick Players: Trade School: Motion Picture Club. MACEL PATE--Honor League '49f'51: High Times '5l: Civics '51: Art League '49f'52: Chorus '49: Athletic Association '48-'52. MARY ANN PATE-f-Honor League '49: Civics '51: Red Cross '49, EMILE PAULY -Student Council: Art League: Cafeteria Helper. DONALD WAYNE PENNY-Honor League. DORIS ,IUNE PETTICREW-f-Honor League: Spanish Club: Chemistry Club: Y'Teens: Chorus: Lafeteria Helper: Motion Picture Club: Debate Club: Program Seller. NORMA IEAN PICKERAL Honor League: Spanish Club: Civics: Red Cross '49: Choir '50: Chorus '49-'51: Girls' junior Basketball Team '50: Bowling Team '50: Motion Picture Club '51. ,IUDITH POLLACKH-Honor League. SUE CAROLYN PROFEITT Honor League '48"51: Chorus '48"51: Distributors' Club '51, PEGGY JOYCE QUICK-Honor League '48"52: YfTeens '48, '49: Library Council '51: Red Cross '49: Chorus '48, '49, '50: Motion Picture Club '48-'52: Distributors' Club '51, '52. CABELL EDWARD REESE--I'IOn0r League: Trade School '49f'52: Varsity Football '50, '51: Track '50, '5l. MAR ORIE RHODES Honor Lea ue 48 52 J - g ' " 1 Spanish Club '51: Library Couicil '51: Chorus '50, '51. JOHN F. RICHARDS7Honor League: Senior Council '51, '52: Civics '51, '52: E, C. Glass Hi'Y '-18952: junior Class President, '50, '5l: Varsity Basketball '50f'52: Tennis '48f'52: V. Basket' ball '48, '49: Athletic Association. PATRICIA ANN RILEY-Honor League: Critic: David Garrick Players: YfTeens, VicefPresi- dent of Senior Club: Sophomore Council. EARL OTIS RIPLEYfStudent Council, Treas' urer '50, '51, President '51. '52: Honor League: Senior Council '51, '52: Red Cross '49, '5O: Choir '48, '49: Cafeteria Helper '50, '51, '52. .IOE HUNTER SAFRIT--Honor League '48f'5Z: Civics '5l: YfTeens '48, '49: Library Council '5Of'52: Girls' Junior Basketball Team '52: Bowling Team '50, '52: Public Speaking '51, '52. IRIS LAVERNE ST. JOHN--Honor League '50, '5l: High Times, Business Manager '50, '51, '52: Library Council '49, '50: Choir '49: Chorus ' ' Bowling Team '49, '50, '51: Cafeteria Helper ' '52 Q 48 51, Directory EDITH IRVENE SELLERS--Student Couricil '48, '49: Honor League '48-'52: Critic '50, 'Jig Civics '51g Choir '50, '51: Chorus '49. CONSTANCE WILBOURN SHANER-Honor League: Critic '51, '52: High 'Times '48, '49: Crest '51, '52: David Garrick Players, Secretary '51, '52: Spanish Club '51, '52: Chemistry Club '51, '52: Y' Teens: Cheerleader '51, '52: Girls' junior Basketball Team: Bowling Team: Office Helper '51, '52, HAYWARD SHEPHERD-Chemistry Club: Civics: Art League '5l: Library Council '47, '48: Cafeteria Helper '47f'51: Track '49, '50. FLOYD HOMER SHORT aI-Ionor League: Chemistry Club '49: Civics '50: Red Cross '47: Trade School. JANE SLAUGHTER+Honor League '48f'5I: High 'Times '48, '49: Crest '48, '49: Spanish Club '51, '52: Latin Club '48, '49: Civics '5l: Y-Teens '51, '52: Girls' junior Basketball Team '48"51: Bowling Team '49, '50, '5l: Office Helper '51, '52. BARBARA LEE SMITHfHonor League '48- '5Z: Spanish Club, Secretary '51, '52: Latin Club '49, '50: Chemistry Club, Vice-President '51, '52: Civics '51: Art League '48"52: YfTeens, Treasurer '48, '49: President '49, '50: Red Cross '48"52: Representative of Majorettes to Band Council: Drum Majorette '50, '51, '52: Athletic Association '48"52: National Honor Society. MARY CECILLA SMITH-National Honor Society '49, '50: Associate Member National Honor Society '51, '52: Y-Teens '51, '52: Bowling Team '51, '52: Athletic Association: Senior Council: Trans' ferred in '51. QUENTIN RAY SMITH-Honor League: Trade School '48, '49, '50: I. V. Football '51. OWEN WINFREY SMITH'-Honor League: Art League '49, '50, DORIS LOUISE SIVIOOT---Y'TeenS '49: Distri- butors' Club '51, '52. IAMES CLAUDE SMOOTH--Honor League '51: Trade School '49, '50, '51. GLORIA NELL SNEADiHonor League Repre- sentative: Crest, Editor, Literary Editor: Latin Club: Y-Teens: Red Cross: Band '48f'51, Treasurer: Public Reading: Sophomore Council: David Garrick Play' ers '51, '52: junior Council: Athletic Association: National Honor Society. HATTIE VIRGINIA SPENCER' Honor League '49f'52: Spanish Club '52: Chemistry Club '50, '5l: Civics '57.: Y-Teens '49: Library Council '51, '52: Red Cross '51, '52, President: Bowling Team '50, '51, '5?.: Office Helper '5l: Debate Club '52: Public Reading '51, '52: Public Speaking '51, '52: National Honor Society. MARY ALEXANDER SPENCER,-Quill Ei Scroll '51, '52: Honor League '48-'52: High Times, Assistant Editor '50-'52: Civics '51: Choir '49: Chorus '48"52. HAROLD WINSTON SPIGGLE-Honor League: Trade School '50, '51, '52. ELSIE LOUISE SPROUSE-Honor League '49, '50, '51: Y'Teens '50, '51: Choir '50: Chorus '50, '51, '52: Athletic Association '49, '50, '51. 11471 I V- W. is , y Senior CHARLES BURFORD STAPLES, JR.-Honor League: Track '51. GEORGE STIFFfHonor League, Civics, Art League, E. C. Glass Hi-Y '48f'52, Track '48f'50, Athletic Association. SYLVIA FAYE STENNETTE-Student Coon' cil '48f'52, Spanish Club '51, '52, Chemistry Club '51, '52, Civics '51, Art League '49-'52, Y'Teens '48f'52, Red Cross '49, Athletic Association '48' '52. BETSY STRANGE-ffHonor League, Art League '47f'51, Motion Picture Club '47, '48, Distributors' 'Ilub '51, '52. CLARA ANN TANNER- Honor League '4S' '52, High Times, Typist '50, '51, Civics '51, '52, Choir '51, '52, Chorus '49f'5l, Bowling Team '50, Athletic Association '48f'52. MYRTLE O'NEAL TERRELL---Student Counf cil '50, '51, High Times, Typist '50, Spanish Club '51, '52, YfTeens '50"52, Red Cross '48, Band '48f '52, National Honor Society. EDGAR THOMAS, JR.7David Carrick Play' ers, Hilltoppers' HifY, Cafeteria Helper, Motion Picture Club, Debate Club, Distributors' Club. ESTHER JEAN THOMAS sHonor League '48f '52, High Times, Typist '50, '51, Civics '51, '52, Y'Teens '49, '50, '51, Library Council '51, '52, Choir, President '51, '52, Chorus '48, '49, '50. SHIRLEY ANN THRONEBURG-f--Honor League '48f'52, Critic, Chief Typist '49, '50, '5l: Civics '51, '52, YfTeens '49, '50, '51, Library Council '51, '52, Choir, VicefPresident '51, '52, Chorus '48, '49, '50, Motion Picture Club '49, '50, Debate Club '51, Program Seller '49, AllfWest Chorus '52, National Honor Society. THOMAS C. TILLER, JR.- -Honor League. BETTY JEAN TOLLEY- -Honor League '48- '52, Critic, Advertising '51, '52, Crest Advertising Editor, Snaps '51, '52, David Garrick Players '51, '52, YfTeens '49"52, Treasurer of Senior YfTeens, Band '48, '49, Cafeteria Helper '50, '51, Athletic Association, Program Seller '50. BARBARA ANN TOMLlN7Student Council '48, '49, High Times, Typist '50, '51, Red Cross '48, '49, Choir '49-'52, Chorus '48, '49, Cafeteria Helper '51, '52. CLAYTON E. TORRENCEfHonor League, Trade School, Tennis '50, '51, '52. EDWARD WEILAND TORRENCE, JR,- Honor League, Hilltoppers' HifY, Trade School '48f'5l. CHARLIE TUCKER Honor Lea ue' H'h " g - lg Times, Art League, Varsity Football, Track. CLIFTON HYDE TUCKER7Honor League, Hilltoppers' Hi'Y, Varsity Football '50, '51, Track. MADELINE JONES TUCKER-Honor League, Choir '49, '50, Chorus '51. DONNA LOUISE TYREE---Honor League '48f '52, Art League '48f'51, Distributors' Club '51, '52. PHILLIP WILLIAM UN GER-Honor League '47f'51, Civics '51, Art League '47f'51, Varsity Foot' ball '51, Tennis '50, '51, '52, V. Football '50. GEORGE WALLACE, JR.-Choir '50, Orchesf tra '50, Band '48f'52. F1481 Directory LOIS JANET WALTON-Student Council '50, Honor League, Red Cross '48, '49, Distributors' Club, President '51, '52. GEROULD WARD-National Honor Society '51, Honor League, David Garrick Players '49, Vice' President '50, '51, Chemistry Club '51, Civics '50, E. C. Glass Hi-Y '49, '50, '51, Red Cross '502 Choir '50, '51, Debate Club '50. DELORES DUNTON WARINER-Art League '48f'52, Bowling Team '50, '51. PHYLLIS BERYL WAUGH----Honor League '49f'52, Crest, Editor, Literary Editor '52, David Garrick Players '51, '52, Spanish Club, Treasurer '52, YfTeens '50, '51, '52, Library Council '52, Choir '50, '51, Chorus '49, Bowling Team '50, '51, '52, Public Reading '52, Junior Council '51, Athletic Association, National Honor Society. DALE WEBSTER'--Honor League, Trade School '49, '50, '51, '52, Track '51, DAVID WHITE'-Student Council '48, Honor League, Chemistry Club '51, '52. JAMES HANNON WHITE--f-Honor League '49- '52, Civics '52, Tennis '51, Athletic Association '50. MARY ANN WHITE-Honor League, High Times Typist '50, Art League '49, '50. CLYDE HAMNER WILKINSON-Honor League, Civics, Hilltoppers' Hi-Y '48, Trade School '47f'5l. EDWARD KENT WILLIAMS4Honor League '48f'51, Senior Council '51, Civics '51, Art League '51, Choir '51, Band '48, '49, '51, Trade School 50. NANCY CAROL WILLIAMS-Honor League '48"52, Civics '51, Art League '48f'52, YfTeens '48, '49, Athletic Association. ERNEST WILLIAM WOMACK, JR.-Honor League, Library Council '48, '49, Cafeteria Helper '50 v DIANA WOODSON-Honor League, YfTeens, Band '49, Bowling Team '48, Motion Picture Club '50, '51, Debate Club '51. BERNARD LEE WOODY, JR.-Student Coun- cil '48-'51, Honor League, High Times '51, '52, Sen' ior Council '51, '52, Latin Club '49, '50. RICHARD WOODY-Honor League '48"52, Chemistry Club '51, Civics '52. PATRICIA GRAY WOOLRIDGE-Quill E? Scroll '50, '51, '52, VicefPresident, Student Counf cil '49, '50, High Times '48, '49, Advertising Edif tor '49, '50, Assistant Editor '50, '51, CofEditor '51, '52, Senior Council '51, '52, Spanish Club '51, '52, Latin Club '50, YfTeens '48f'52, Tri'Hi, Secretary '49, '50, TrifHi VicefPresident '51, '52, Chorus '51, '52, President, Bowling Team '48, '49, '50, Class Officer, Secretary '51, '52, Girls' State '51, Mayor of City, National Honor Society. JOHN JOSEF WRANEK-Honor League '49- '52, E. C. Glass HifY '50, '51, '52. BETTY ANNE WRIGHT--Quill E? Scroll, Secretary '51, '52, Honor League '49-'52, High Times '51, '52, Civics '51, Y-Teens '49f'52, Red Cross '50, Choir '50f'52, Chorus '49, Girls' Junior Basketball Team '49-'52, Tennis '50f'52. KENNETH LINWOOD HUNT-Civics '51, Trade School '47-'50. m MEET YOUR FRIENDS AFTER THE GAME OR DANCE AND EAT AT W , ffm awe- we nov HoLuNs MILL ROAD E265 DID YOU KNOW THAT? 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