Glass High School - Crest Yearbook (Lynchburg, VA)
- Class of 1958
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ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF
THE STUDENT BODY OF
E. C. GLASS HIGH SCHOOL
LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA . VOL. 45
JUDY HARDESTY ' JANE BABER
MISS LUCILE COX MRS. CECILIA DOYLE
LITERARY ADVISER ART ADVISER
MISS MARGARET WILLIAMS
n all the confusion of these
busy days the common complaint
is the shortage of time. So much could
be gained if we would only take time
to laugh, to work, to play, to give of our-
selves to others-take time really to enjoy
life. Hence, the CREST staff presents the
anonymous poem "Take Timev as its theme
using from it lines to introduce each
section of the book. Won't you take
time now to read and enjoy this 1958 annual?
Take time to lead-
it is the duty of the
Take time to be proud-
it is the reward of
Take time to work-
it is the price of
Take time to give-
it is too short a day
to be selfish
Take time to play-
it is the secret of
Take time to laugh-
it is the music of the
Take time to experiment-
it is the pathway to a
new and better life --
. . because, as a coach and teacher, he has been a
true father and friend to so many.
. . because of his firre Christian character and genuine
interest in each student.
because, we, the students, love and respect him.
With great pride and appreciation for everything he has
done for us, the CREST staff and Senior Class TAKE TIME
to dedicate the 1958 CREST to MR, JIMMIE BRYAN
MR. IIMMIE BRYAN
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MR. L. H. MCCUE, JR.
The rare ability of controlling a school of over
2,000 students is given to few people. Our prin-
cipal, Mr. L. H. McCue, Jr., we think, possesscs
this quality to an unusual degree. We students
wonder how he can show a personal interest in
each of us, how he can know what is happen-
ing in every school activity, and how he can
keep his finger on the scholastic pulse of the
Mr. McCue's friendliness, warm manner, and
sincerity call forth the highest respect of every-
one at Glass.
AIRS. PAULINE F. STALL Miss MARGARET ARBISTIQONG MR. J. W1Ns'i'oN TVTILAM
Mrs. Stall, assistant principal,
devotes most of her time to help-
ing upperclassmen make their
decisions concerning college and
careers. In addition, she super-
vises the PTA Guidance Night
and directs College Boards and
SQT Tests. Many students are
enabled to further their educa-
tion due to her expert counseling
about available scholarships. She
considers aiding these young
people in their future plans the
most satisfying part of her work.
Miss Armstrong is officially
listed as assistant principalg but
to this can be added the duties
of checking attendance, counsel-
ing, arranging schedules, super-
vising the infirmary, and of guid-
ing the Sth grade in their choice
of occupations. Miss Armstrong
says that the favorite phase of
her work is helping new students
to become adjusted to their life
at Glass. The underclassmen
particularly benefit from her
consideration and advice,
Mr. Milam, as Dean of Boys,
carries the burden of the disci-
plinary problems at Glass. This
year loitering in the halls and
detention hall attendance have
both been greatly reduced due
to his efforts. Yet it is not Mr.
Milam's job as Dean of Boys, but
that as Civics teacher that gives
him the most pleasure. The stu-
dents all know that he gets great
pleasure out of a good joke, too,
told either by him or about him.
John Lee Bray
Charles R. Brown
Baldwin F. Aud
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Eloise G. Brown
Joyce C. Bailey
Ruth H. Blunt
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Robert M. Bailey
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takes time for refreshment. one of her actresses.
Mrs. Bailey displays her talent on the keys. Donit waste the water, Mr. Beckner.
Elizabeth E. F. Burmahln
Lucile Cox Joseph W. Cox
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Mildred A. Constance G.
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Mary Alice Evans John G. Fanfani Frances C.
Miss Hancock explains to her admiring stu- "Run, run, leap!" cries Miss Henderson as
dent why "X" equals HY." she demonstrates modern dancing techniques.
Andrew I. Fielder Doreen S. Carolyn G. Fuller Thelma E.
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Begsie M,Ha1-1-is Effie K, Harvey Anne F. Anna H. Hicks
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Frances R. Knipp
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Anice M. Howell
Meade S, Irvine
Evelyn T. Macon
John D. Noechel
Thomas XV- Elizabeth M.
Dorothy P- Shirley Mclvor
Mary S. Payne Jean Pemberton
Mrs. Knipp shows off her treasures from Are Miss VViley and Miss Payne discussing
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Jennings B. Chapman L. Almie H. Gene Robinson Jerry Robinson
Rader Ramsey ROlJCI'tSOI1
Ann R. Sanders Marie Shaner Roy L. Shirlen E. Reiman Ruth Shore
Mr. Racer helps Uncle Sam in the savings Miss Robertson takes time out to show her
Stamp Llrlve. class her "hero in armor."
Miss Mary Ware says, "An apple a day The sound barrier is broken by Mr. Teass
keeps the doctor away." our scientist.
Doris P. Steppe
Louise Sumner Hannah Alex F. Teass
Helen H. Ware
Virginia Wiley Courtney
Mary E. Wa1'e
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Mary Eliza Julia VVoodson
lyinnic B. Cash
Lois B. Hammers
Thomas A. XYilson
XVl1icl1 one outsliines the other-Mr. Milam or the tree?
Mrs. Dabney, our librarian, takes 9. camera break.
Mr. Vermilion strikes up the band.
Mrs. Fuller exhibits her friend from the art department.
T466 time Za Ze Maud-
Bfaclf'Row: Mr. McCue, A. Nicholas, O. Aylor, J. Baber, T. Hapgood, B. Patrick, C. Potter, R. Booth, K. White, J. Ryon, T.
Sweeney, B. Newton, Mrs. Wallace.
Third Row: II. Cobb, J. Duke, B. A. Harris, K. Hansen, J. Walk er, K. Terrell, A. Perry, M. R. Jordan, A. Martin, M. Walker,
V. Allen, J. M. Robertson.
Second Row: K. Huffman, J Keesee, L. Brooks, J. Morris, B. M cliennan, B. Thomas, J. Hamilton, S. Gardner, L. Beck, N. Bond,
First Row: M. E. Burch, J. Sterne, D. Canwlli-r, M. F. Gore, N. Deacon, B. Pettyjohn, B. Tweedy, S. West, S. Seay, P. Lynn, R.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Being elected into the National Honor Society is perhaps the high spot in the lite ot a senior.
From -the beginning of the Freshman year the ambitious student keeps this goal as his ideal.
The members are selected on the basis oi tour points: character, scholarship, leadership and
On March 27, 1958, forty-five Seniors were installed into the National Honor Society.
Members ot last yearls society discussed the four standards of selection. Dean john Turner of
Lynchburg College spoke on the subject Noblesse Oblige.
The National Honor Society pledge repeated by each member initiated is: "I pledge myself
to uphold the high purpose of this society to which I have beenelected. Striving in every way,
by work and deed, to make its ideals the ideals of my school and of my lifef,
The National Honor Society is the highest honor that can be obtained by any high school
student and its ideals are thehfinest for which any individual can strive. ,,
The following students were elected the Society's ofificers: john 'Mott Robertson, President,
Jane Baber, Vice-President, Betsy Tweedy, Secretary, Bill Chambers, Treasurer, and Vicky Allen,
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Back Row: Mr. Johnson, R. Booth, D. Lloyd, O. Aylor, L. Mosby, Miss Ware, C. Knight.
Second Row: B. Butler, N. Creed, B. Marsh, S. Rubenstein, L. Beck, J. Smith, J. Richardson.
First Row: A. Farrar, J. M. Robertson, M. E, Burch, N. Deacon.
Summer vacation having ended, the Seniors of 1958 returned to Glass bound and determined
to be the best class that this school has ever produced. They could well be proud because they
are the first class to complete five years in the new high school.
In the fall each senior homeroom elected representatives to the Senior Council, which began
collecting the senior budget, planning for Senior Day and ordering personalized cards.
On November eighth the long awaited Senior Day arrived. The event was highlighted by an
excellent assembly and the usual antics of the joyous seniors. Although the parade and game were
rained out, the spirit of the day was not affected.
After midyear the council began planning the senior banquet and dance, and from all the re-
marks, it was a wonderful addition to the senior year.
The council was faced with the usual tasks that must precede the final days at Glass: measur-
ing for caps and gowns, ordering of commencement announcements, planning commencement ex-
ercises and dance, and deciding upon the Senior Class gift to the school.
The class of '58 has many assets about which they can boast. Approximately one hundred
students Qwhich is one third of the classj have averages over ninety. For this accomplishment and
many other awards and honors presented its members, the Senior class, can be proud.
Many unforgettable times were shared by the Seniors, but t-he accomplishments could never
have been possible without the guidance given by the sponsors-Miss Mary lVare and Mr. Thomas
Back Row: R, Wood, H. Green, W. Cooke, J. Candler, T. Hapg ood, J. M. Robertson, B. Chambers.
Second Row: T. Hudson, E. Overstreet, V. Allen, H. C. Tlxaxton, J. Duke, B. 'l'wr-edy, J. Balmer.
First Row: C. Knight, B, Harris, L. Brooks.
Additional: L. Mosby, A. Farrar,
BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE
Early Sunday morning, july 14, 1957, an excited group of Glass students left for a week at
Boys' and Girls' State at V.l'.l., Blacksburg, Virginia. These students had been chosen at the end
of their Junior Year to participate in this governmental program with students from every high
school in Virginia, who were also elected for their outstanding qualities.
The jam-packed week was one never to be forgotten and was considered by everyone to be
one of the most wonderful experiences of his life. To these delegates, up at break-of-dawn, exer-
cise for the boys, inspection, chapel assembly, city sessions, State politics, elections, athletics and
recreation, the Governorls Ball, and Burrus Hall assemblies at night were familiar events.
UVVelre from Draper, mighty mighty Draper . . .", UGO to your left, your right, your
left . . .,', "S-T-U-A-R-T," and the many other chants helped to build the State's proud spirit into
a bond, uniting all who participated.
Every boy and girl who attends this American Legion sponsored project holds an office which
can be anything from Governor to the City jailer! The E. C. Glass delegation was particularly
proud to have two of their group win outstanding positions. Out of 500 fboys, John Mott Robert-
son was elected Lt. Governor, the second highest office in Boys' State. Janet Duke was chosen
by the girls in her city to be Mayor, the top city office, and in return, she led Draper City to
the coveted honor of being chosen Model City of Girls, State.
Other Glass students who won significant offices are: Leyburn Mosby, Assistant justice of
the Supreme Court and Clerk of the House of Delegates, Wylie Cooke, Com'monwealth's Attorney,
Tim Hapgood and H. C. Thaxton, Delegates to the House of Delegates, Barbara Harris, Clerk of
the Senate, Betsy Tweedy, Senator, and Jane Baber, Floor Leader of the House of Delegates.
JOHN MOTT ROBERTSON
MARY ELLEN BURCI-I
MISS MARY WARE
MR. TOM JOHNSON
ALLEN, VIRGINIA RHEA
ARTHUR, BARBARA ANNE
AULTICE, JEFFREY LYNN
AYERS, KENNETH LEE
AYLOR, OSCAR RAMSEY
BABER, JANE STAFFORD
BACON, LELAND S.
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BAILEY, PAUL LELAND, JR.
BANK, BARRY ALAN
BECK, LINDA LOUISE
BLANKENSHIP, CAROL SUE
BLENCOWE, JAMES A.
BLOUNT, MARVIN WAYNE
BOAZE, HENRY DAVID
BOBBITT, JUNE PHYLLIS
BOHANNON, JOHN ROBERT
BOND, BEVERLY JEANNE
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BOND, NANCY LURLINE
BOND, RONALD LEWIS
BOOKER, PHIL EDWARD
BOOTH, RICHARD LAYBON
BRADFORD, ELEANOR ANN
BRENT, WILLIAM KENT
BROOKS, LINDA OLIVIA
BROWN, ELEANOR JEAN
BROWN, MARY MOORE
BURCH, MARY ELLEN
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BURNS, DELORES ANN
BURTON, CHARLES WILLIS
BUTLER, BONNIE LEE
CAMPBELL, CALVIN WAYNE
CANDLER, CAROLYN DALE
CANDLER, JOHN STAPLES
CARR, ROBERT SCOTT,
CARWILE, DOROTHY LOUISE
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CHILDERS, ELLEN ARNOLD
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CHEVES, ROBERT MARSHALL
COATES, JOHN C.
COBB, HOWARD EVANS
COLE, DELORES MAE
COLEMAN, CARL EDWARD
COLEMAN, CAVIL CLINTON
COLEMAN, G. WAYNE
CONNER, REBECCA ANN
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COOKE, WYLIE R.
COOPER, BETTY FRANCES
COOPER, BETTY JEAN
CRAFTON, TOM J.
CREED, NANCY HANKS
CRIST, JOAN REGINA
DALTON, PAUL LEFTWICH
DAVIS, WILLIAM RONALD
DEACON, MARIE LOUISE
DEACON, NELDA CAREEN
D1RoM, JOANNE FRANCES
DOBYNS, JUDITH ELEANOR
DooLEY, MERLYN B.
DOWDY, MARSHA LEE
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DUCK, KENNETH IRVIN
DUFF, HERBERT WAYNE
DUKE, JANET ALICE
DUNNAM, ELEANOR MARIE
DUNNAVANT. REX MCLANE
ELLIOTT, HARVEY R.
FARRAR, HELEN ANNE
FARRIS, HOWARD LEE
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FERGUSON, ELLEN ELIZABETH
FITZGERALD, FRANCIS BELL
FORD, FANNY PENN
FORD, ROBERT W.
FORD, WENDE REBECCA
FRYE, MURRELL PRESTON
GARDNER, SUE ANNE
GARRETT, KERMIT, JR.
GARRETT, RICHARD P.
GARRISON, ARTHUR QMIKED
GIBSON, JAMES FREDERICK
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GORE, MARY FOSTER
GRAHAM, JAMES MARTIN
GREEN, HARRY GEORGE, JR.
HAMILTON, JULIA BELLE
HANSEN, KAREN SANDFORD
HAPGOOD, EDWARD T., JR.
HARDESTY, JUDITH ALICE
HARPER, TERRY GARLAND
HARRIS, BARBARA ANN
HARRIS, NANCY BARBARA
HAUSER, JULIA STARKE
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HAYES, AUBREY EDWARD
HAYMES, EDWARD RANDOLPH
HERSHBERGER, ANN GALE
HICKMAN, GRETA DIANE
HICKSON, SARAH ALLEN
HIGGINBOTHAM, E. M., III
HOGAN, MARGARET SHEILA
HOLT, WANDA LOU
HOVDA, ELEANOR JEANNE
HOWERTON, BARBARA LEE
HUDSON, DoN MAWYER
HUDSON, ELIZABETH JOAN
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HUDSON, GLORIA MAE
HUDSON, JOSEPH HARRIS, JR.
HUFFMAN, KAYE RENWICK
HUNDLEY, BRUCE ANDERSON
HUNT, SYLVIA JANE
HURT, BETSY ANN
JAMES, ROBERT EARL
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JENNINGS, PEGGY ANN
JONES, GRADY LEE
JORDAN, MARY RIELY
JUSTIS, CAROLYN FRANCES
KEESEE, LAvoNA JUNE
KENT, SANDRA LOUISE
KETCI-IIE, JUDY DIANN
KIDD, JANET MAGANN
KIDD, YVONNE VIRGINIA
KITCHEN, PAUL MCKINLEY
KLEIN, BARBARA ANN
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KLEMAS, REGINA MARIE
KNIGHT, CAROLE LEE
KNOWLES, PATRICK LEE
LANG, PATRICIA ANN fPATD
LAYNE, JANE LEE
LEE, SANDRA HUGHES
LINN, B. GUY
LLOYD, DONALD STANLEY
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LOGWOOD, NADINE CAROLYNE
LOYD, WILLIAM HUBBARD
LUKIN, NANCY KAY
LYNN, IRVING MAY, JR.
MACARTHUR, BARBARA ANN
MADDOX, GENE T.
MADDOX, KAYE ROZELLA
MARSH, JOSEPH EDWARD, II,
MARSH, PATRICIA MAE
MARTIN, ELOISE ANNE
MASON, BETTY LOU
MASON, CAROL FAYE
MASON, HAROLD WAYNE
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MAY, WESLEY TERRELL
MCDAVID, DAVID MORTON
MCGATHA, CARLTON RAY
MCKENNA, BETTY Lou
MILLER, SANDRA MARLANE
MIRGUET, WILLIAM F.
MITCHELL, DORIS GAYLE
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MOHR, ELIZABETH LEE
MooRE, NANCY LEE
MooRE, RICHARD IRVING
MORRIS, JANICE PEARL
MOSBY, JOHN LEYBURN
MOSBY, RICHARD TYLDEN
Moss, GLORIA FAY
MOYER, ASA HENRY
MYERS, BETTIE JEAN
NELSON, CARY PRESTON GARY
NEWTON, ORSON BENJAMIN
NICHOLAS, JULIA SMITH
NICHOLS, ALBERT LEROY, JR.
NICHOLS, ROBERT LEE
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OGLESBY, RALPH SCHAEFER
OWEN, KENNETH SEDDON
PACE, JOHN GARY A .
PADGETT, HELEN KYTHA
PAGE, IRMA MARIE
PARKER, SHIRLEY ELEANOR
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PATRICK, WILLIAM ESTHILL
PATTESON, BETTY MIMS
PELLEY, JEANETTE ANN
PERCY, ANN BUCHANAN
PETERS, LOIS JANE
PETTIT, WILLIAM JAMES
PETTYJOHN, GRACE BOWLING
PHILLIPS, FELICIA ANN
PLEASANTS, JOHN MCGHEE
POORE, BETTY JEAN
PORTER, JEAN BROWN
POTTER, CLIFTON WILLIAM,
PRICE, JOHN W., JR.
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PUGH, THOMAS RUDD
RAWLINGS, SANDRA JEAN
REAMS, BONNIE LEIGI-I
REASOR, REBECCA JOAN
REID, FRANK BENJAMIN, JR.
REYNOLDS, GLADYS MAE
RICH, LIZABETH ANN
RICHARDSON, JOYCE FAYE
RICHLIN, PAUL GILBERT
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RIDDLE, GEORGE EDWARD
RIGNEY, WILLIE LEE
ROARK, ELIZABETH DARE
ROBERTSON, DARRELL TRAYLOR
ROBERTSON, JOHN MOTT, JR.
ROSSER, DELORxs ANN
RUBENSTEIN, SANDRA LEE
RUDACILLE, BARRY A.
RUFFIN, EDMUND C.
RUMBERG, JAY WINFRED
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SANDIDGE, DANIEL ELLERBE,
SANDIFER, CAROLE LEE
SCHLEY, DONALD GRAYSON
SCHLEY, PATRICIA SYLVIA
SCHMITT, NANCY ANNE
ScoTT, LINDA LOUISE
SCOTT, RUTH GLENN
SCRUGGS, HOWARD L.
SCRUGGS, KAREN 'CRAIGHILL
SEAY, SHIRLEY ANN
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SETTLE, JAMES EDWARD, JR.
SHEPHERD, SALLY GAYLE
SIMMS, OTIS RAY
SIMPSON, FAE C.
SLOUGH, MARY RUSSELLE
SMITH, ROBERT MOON
SNOW, CARLTON JAMES
STAPLES, BENNETT LAYTON
STEINMETZ, JAMES RICHARD
STERNE, JOYCE ANNE
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STORY, ALICE KATHLEEN
SWEENEY, THOMAS WHITNEY
TERRELL, KATHERINE DALE
CHANDLER, JR. CH.C.J
THOMAS, BETIYE NICHOLS
THOMAS, CLAYTON ALLEN
THOMPSON, FRANCIS NEAL
T1-IORNI-IILL, J. TAYLOR, III
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THURSTON, LINDA LOU
TRENT, JOHNNIE F.
TRENT, PHILIP PAUL
TUCKER, DOROTHY MAXINE
TUCKER, FRED THOMAS
TURNLEY, NANCY LOUISE
TWEEDY, ELIZABETH ANNE
TYREE, CARROLL DAVID
VIAR, BRENDA LYNNE
WADE, PATRICIA FAYE
WALKER, JAMES EMORY
WALKER, MINA OTEY
WATTS, PATTY SUE
WEILAND, FRANK CONRAD
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WEST, SANDRA LEORA
WHITE, KENNETH S.
WILBURN, JUDY ELLIS
WILKERSON, ,JEAN MARIE
WILLIAM, GAIL SAUNDRA
WILLIAMSON, WALTER RAY
WOOD, PATRICIA ANN
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WOOD, RAYMOND G.
WOOD, ROBERT CORNELIUS
WOODALL, LUCY VIRGINIA
WRIGHT THOMAS GRAVES
YOUNG WILLIAM HENRY
YOUNGER, ROBERT TED
SENIOR CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR 1957-58
4 School opened
13 First pep rally and hop
16 Senior pictures started
17 Elected class officers
14 Voted for Senior King and Queen
18 Big pep rally, but Jefferson won
Senior Banquet and Dance
Toasts! Talks! Food! Great Band!
National Honor Society
Girls visit Buckingham-Flippin
Miss Bunny Hop, Betsy Tweedy
22 National Merit S. Q. T. MAY
NOVEMBER 2 Senior Play "January Thawl'
Teacvhgfs in RiC1h1nOnd..hO-liday AWHI'dS ASSC'1'1'1Dly QSCl'1lOI'S 1T1H.1l'Cl'1 Out
471 absent-FLU ! !
Senior Day, we reign, parade canceled- 23 lkmlofdseniof Ring D9-U03
RAIN 30 Final Exams Start!
Last football game, Old Grads' Night, JUNE
H. C. Thaxton crowned Mr. Football
at hop 6 Report cards .
Thanksgiving vacation 9 WSE GRADUATE! H
5, Senior spelling 'test
6 First basketball game, Pep rally
11 College Boards
6 Received personal cards
12 Measured for caps and gowns
15 Basketball team snowbound in Arlington
Snowbound-546 absent! !
MARCH ' Z!-
1 Jane Baber and VVyl'ie Cooke crowned
Mr. and Miss Basketball at last hop
4 We won Western District Basketball
Tournament in Lexington. Beat jeffer-
son 42-39. 1600 Glass fans, 200 from
15 College Boards
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Brantley Sydnor Kay Younger
Pat O,Brian Billy Futrell
THE JUNIOR CLASS
With a blast of supersonic speed and effi-
ciency the '57-'58 model of the Junior Class
took off on its trip that would take it through
another year at E. C. Glass. Stationed in the
cockpit were the -pilot and co-pilot, Brantley
Sydnor and Kay Youngerg Navigator, Mrs.
Katherine White, Class Secretary, Pat
O'Briang and official ticket Qduesj collector,
Billy Futrell. The three main goals that lay
ahead of the Junior Class were Senior Day,
the Junior-Senior Ring Dance, and high school
The first meeting of the class council was
held on October 2nd to plan the course the
class would follow.
Senior Day was a delightful success though
had put forth extra effort in making and de-
signing floats for the parade. i
With hope that history will not repeat itself,
Juniors look forward to their own Senior Day.
T-he responsibility of planning the Ring
Dance proved to be a real task, but under the
supervision of the Council' and Mrs. White,
each problem was met and solved. The selec-
tion of a band and the decorations for the dance
were the result of much debate and hard work.
Juniors will always cherish their memories of
that dance as it was the occasion when they
received high school rings.
Yes, the Junior Class has shown itself to be
a capable class and one able to enjoy all the
aspects of school life. Its mem-bers look for-
the after school events were ill-fated. juniors
. C Q ward to next fall with the hope of an even more
shared the Seniors' disappointment, for they
prosperous year. They were juniors this year
but they are Seniors next!
Back Row: W. Proffit, J. Viar, Mrs. White, B. Parker, B. Peters.
Second Row: S. Johnston, MI Goins, S. Spencer, T. Foster, H. Booth.
First TRUW: P. 0'Hrian, B. Sydnor, K. Younger, B. Futrell.
D. Arthur, A. Gallier, J. Pollsml, D. Vaughan, M. D'irom, C. Poston, J. Iiiger, Mrs. Wallace.
B. Almond, T. Flovd, G. StQllllt'ttE?, J. VVolfe, S. Brodie, J. fJU21l'i0S, B. Howerton, L. Svihm-I..
A. Coffey, B. Wright, J. B-zliley, L. Fcagans, D. Luther, B. Sublett, D. Mickles, E. Berry.
First Row: .T. Perkins, B. Dunn, A. Bass, A. Austin, G. Aulticc, R. Nm-l, ll. Hunt.
R. Sharp, B. Crunm, W. Proffitt, B. Morris.
R. White, J. Viar, W. Rovnulfls, A. Arthur, B. Parker, L. llurruss, R. Prince, G. White.
S. Flanik, B. lVoolriflge, B. Sil2lf8I', J. Quiglcy, J. Paris, 'l'. Foster, K. Cruzlsy, R. Sk
Second Row: M. Walker, L, XVarlv, I.. i,i,l.!'k4'I', B2l17PI', C. Sterling, 'l'. Burtlo, M. F. Merrin.
R. Arthur. W. Rfwchellf-, R. llnlflwiuy GV Gilligyu N, Rug!-gg!-, R, 151951,
Q. Adams, M. L. Plunkett.
THE JUNIORS .
Back Row: J. Lewis, B. Morrison, A, Teass. F. NIVCWZIIIE, P. Congllon, F. Sinlonize, J. Hoge, A. Smith, W.
Pettyjohn, J. Taylor, J. Henderson, Mrs. White.
Thirfl Row: J. Mills, J. Harris, B. Libby, M. McLennan, T. Martin, R. Horner, T. Houck, A. Robinson, B
Whitnev, D. Dills,
Second Row: B. Staples, P, Loyd, L. MCCi'2n.w, S. Spencer. P, 0'Brizxn, J. Spence:-r, S. Moflregor, ll. Higgin-
First Row: J. Mays, B. North, G. Moskowitz, B. NVaugi1, N. Taynizin, N. Dixon.
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Back Row: T. Beckner, M1 Farrow,
C. Mays, Miss Brown.
Third Row: M. S. Glass, D'. Hunt,
Williams, B. Sydnor.
Sc-cond Row: N. Sorrels, P. Harper,
First Row: A. Booth, R. Childress,
Additional: H. Dowriy, S. Hesson,
THE JUNIORS . .
F. Armstrong, B. Futrell, N. Barrett, S. Bllankinship, F. Atlee, R. Mayberry
. Johnston, B. Martin, J. Gibson, T. Cuinmn, G. Olinger, J. Fryrnycr, B
. Miller, S. Martin, N. McBruyer, L. Hartsook, A. Imuglzns.
C. Meade, D. Oakes, C. Carter, E. Carwilu.
Back Row: T. Cash, Swift, D. Williams, R. Faubor, E. Flippin, E. Garrarfl, W. Padgett, E. Wilkes, Mrs
Thirrl Row: D. lluffnnr, R. Canrllor, K. Nucfklvs. G, Curwile, S. Smuitrm, ll. lklcfirf-gnr, B. Petty.
Second Row: S. Spence, A. Carwilv, lf. BTXZIII, M1 Sumers, l-l. J2l4"kSilll, lC. llmwll.
First Row: F. Wright, J, B'0llt-Oll, A. lwrm-1-lfwse. l.. Sf.HllSbllY'j'. L. VVUMI, li. Yrniiigeig C. Cooley.
Arlrlitionzzl: G, Buss, J. Campltell, C. .'xlSIllll'.ll, R. Loving, A. Stump, K. -lulinsuii,
Bank Row: D. Rlilllllllll, R. Maclvlox, R. Smith. l.. Lev, M. Leftwic-h. A. Slllllgfll. B. Hooper, Mrs. Knipp.
Thirfl Row: R. Witt, J. Withers. CT. Siurvy, Xl. Wooclscm, M. L. Melia-mm, J. Ric-lmrrlsori, Mattox, C. 'fra-111.
Second Row: C. .l, Myers, B, J. Wliitelirlznl, .l. l'r1vpst, S. Jones, B. Willard, M. Goins.
First Row: L. lk'. Smith, B. M. Shvlm, N. Settle, Ii. Avenrlull, 1'. Mews, Nlurshall.
Aflrlitirmul: J. Warren, B. Tyrec.
. . CLASS OF 1959
Back Row: E. Scott, R. Cox, P. Staples, H. Booth, D. Staples, E. Clay, J. Armes, J. Hoffarth, B. Peters,
J. Richardson, Miss Payne.
Third Row: R. Taylor, C. Formxscmii, R. Ayres, C. Nicholes, J. Stinnett, W. Johnson, B. Smith, R. Viar. A.
Second Row: W. King, S. Adams, T. Stinson, P. Allen, J. Firkin, M. Cunningham, M. Smith.
First Row: W, Williams, L. Hill, J. Gillispie, L. Tomlin, J. Hurt, R. Roberts.
Additional: J. Chapman, G. McFuden, J. Tavmnn, V. Crank.
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THE JUNIORS .
1. "Never forget Iohn Hancock," says Sonja Mattox. 2. Miss VV'iley's class lives the life of Riley.
3. Preston Frye, left, supervises his fellow mechanics in Mr. Bray's electronics class. 4. VVhile catching
up on his parallel reading, Mr. Turkel plays slave-driver to Donnie Atkins. 5. Frances Turner seems to find
Mr. Beckner's projects interesting. 6. Billy Crump and Bobby Shafer learn the ropes of gym class.
. . CLASS OF 1959
Bud Allen Langhorne Scruggs Freida Farmer Garland Cox
THE SGPHOMORE CLASS
Here's to a class thatis got what it takes!
Lend an ear while we tell of their deeds:
Aft class council meetings made up of home-
room representatives and class officers, and
presided over by top man, Bud Allen, plans for
many and various Sophomore activities were
laid. Under the guidance of Mrs. Doreen
Franklin, these students worked extremely
hard an-d accomplished much.
For one of their first activities, they set
their creative minds to work and planned an
original float for the Senior Day Parade. Great
the disappointment when, after much toil' had
been put on the float by interested class mem-
bers, the parade was called off.
As always, the main class problem was
collection of dues. However, the treasurer was
able to collect a large percentage, and, looking
toward the future, decided to save them until
next year to ease the heavy expense of the Ring
Dance. This yearls class has more than its
share of outstanding students: many have ex-
celled in scholarship, and the fine record of
the I. V. football team illustrates these stu-
dents' interest and ability in athletics.
At the close of a wonderful year, the Sopho-
niores are looking forward to their next two
years at Glass with the same enthusiasm with
which they entered this one. If they continue
to show the willingness to work and interest
in school activities already exhibited, it is cer-
tain that their careers in high school will be
noteworthy ones in the history of Glass.
Q SOPHOMORE COUNCIL
Back Row: H. Saekett, M. Fariss, J. Ayres, E. Rucker, Mrs. Franklin, P. Webb, A. Evans, L. Lawhorne.
First Row: F. Farmer, B. Allen, L. Scruggs, G. Cox.
Back Row: Miss Barringer, M. Gilbert, A, Daniel, D. Ramsey, B. Bost, B. Daulton, M. Todd, P. Hughes,
D. Jackson, D. Gentry, B. Witt, J. Middleton, J. Tankersley, lfl. Minnick, F. Hudson, Mrs. Pemloerton.
Third Row: G. J. Wade, M. Johnson, M. L. Coleman, S. May, lJ'. Frye, L. Hanna, A, Warren, B. McGraw, P.
Stinnett, S. Sublett, L. Mann, F. Cox.
Second Row: J. Abbott, H. Neighbors, D. Harrell, F. Mitrhell, J. Ayers, N. Clark, B, Pontun, R. Payne, N.
Anthony, P. Farmer, D. Williams, R. Harris.
First Row: K. Sublett, C. Cralle, L. Neighbors, L. Baber, J. Sanders, J. Snow, L. Middleton, C. Garret, J.
Back Row: S. Haus, R. Hammock. B. Williamson. R. Colernan, li. R. Page-, J. Cerillo, B. Weakley, E. Mason,
Third Row: L. Robbins, P. XVel1b, D. VVarthen, B. Hykes, R. lliner, Il. Martin, C. Czunplnell.
Second Row: E. Johnson, S. l'zu'ker, J. McGraw D, lVoodlief, ll. Clemons, E, Wanle, C. Mays, P. Foust.
First Row: M. Bl'2l.I'dIll0T6, P. Harris, P. Mnrnhv, C. Owen, B. Owen, A. Johnson.
Additional: W. Allen, C. Petratos.
THE SOPHOMORES .
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Buck Row: P. Burnetio, VV. Irvani, G. Staples, J. Hollingsworth, D. Bullugh, P. Morris, M1 Anthony, J.
Powers, Mrs. Pryor.
ghir1iRoW: D. Mullenax, M. cj0l9lIli1Il. J. Dodson, J. Wright, XV. Rhodes, D. Swain, C. Neelvy, B. Minnick, L.
Second Row: A. C. Davis, J. Hay, XV. Mziyliew, J, Mays, S. lV0bb, M. Johnson. J. Harris, XV. Luiikforml.
First Row: M, XVoi'ley. B. Layne, B. 1'ow0i's, C. Mzircutte, F. Mason, C. Mycrs.
Additional: VV. Dawson, F. Crist.
Buck Row: P. livurruss. D. Carter, XV. King, XV. I.. Bailey, B, Londerce, F. Lacks, B. Simpson, J. Burnorl,
C. Ware, D. Mugainu. Mrs. Czish.
Third Row: W. Salmon, J. Carey, K. lllilgllll, D. Bzlrksdalc, F. Moyvr, B. Casvy, T. Armes, ll. Clay.
Socoml Row: N. I,oWv. C. llouzh, A. Sapp, B. Witt., N. TllUl1l2l4, li. li. Pinkerton, C. Cox.
First Row: I.. Franklin, .I. liugrhes, C. llzmic-l, XII liys-rs, l'. -lolinsun. N. Garrison. 4
Amlflilionzllz J. Miller, X. Snvurl.
THE SOPHOMORES . .
Back Row: H. Crowder, H. Hackett, Bi. Parsons, M. F. Dawson, N. Bowling, B. Richardson, L. Wright, D.
Hudson, 0. Childress, Mrs. Fuller.
Third Row: P. Cerillu, B. Brown, L. Worley, J, Rankin, K. Gmling, G. Hodges, B. lvery.
Second Row: O. lVright, E. Riley, L. B6-ard, F. YVright, L. Fisher, R. Spence, l', Penny, T. Hasek.
First Row: B. Davis, J. Williams, B. Wingfield, C. Crawford, M1 Norcross, M l'a.i-kvr.
Additional: l'. Childrvrss, A. llloon.
Brick Row: D. Loving, L. Lawhorne, K. Cleary, A. Kertz, D. Wood, B. Hicks, W. Ri-nnols, B. Hughes, R.
Third Row: W. Tumor, J. Creed, C. Shepherd, D. Stewart, J. Proffitt, L. Scruggs, P. Swecriey, J. Stewart.
Svcoriil Row: V. Naff, Whately, C. Owen, B. Tiller, K. Mosteller, S. Putt, M. Anthony, W. Ramsey.
First Row: I., Wooldridge, B. Moon, A. Racer, J. Almond, Ii. Watson. C. Mattlu-ws.
Additional: X. Woodard, B. Giles, A. Hatfield.
. CLASS OF 1960
Back Row: G. O'Bri0n, D. Rvulme1'sm1, ll. Tzlylur, U. Giles, D. Spviiwr, J. Bnwlvs, B. Quillian, C. Rowe, Mr
Third Row: R. I.indSey. J. .Xdaina S. Iiapgwwl, J. 'Ifh-wrnliill, K. Irvin, F, Ilnrpvr.
Second Row: U. Wilclier, lfl. Rucker, I.. Roysh-r, B. Jann-s, F. Franklin, C. Nuff, li. Noell.
First Row: l'. .lurdun, ll. B!'Y2lIlt, ll. llickinun, S. Epling, A. Stokvs, A. Hilo.
Additional: A Svdnor, E. Stone.
Back Row: V. Sydnor, l'. Plunkett, li. Stancvil, lil McGhee, 15. Tinslvy, 'l'. Evans. D. Cox, S. Martin, S. Curtvs
R. llrm-on, J. YVl1il'0, Mr. Mulnper.
Third Row: L. Giiggeiilicililelx W. Davis, B. Franklin, .X. Stalncil, S. llnhsrm, D. Riddick, A. Quick, R. liuwkinw
Seennd Row: Y. Clark. C. Bailey, B. Carpenter, N. Pascliul, 1'. Dnrnmn, A. Lonergan, R. Hudson.
First Row: C. Unrue, MI Sydnur, A. Evans, S. Czitllelwvoml, 'l'. Jackson, J. Robinson, J. Bl'lllIlH1EY.
Adrlili4mz1.l: M. A. Pricv, I.. Hvman. 13. Franklin, J. Guntvr, G. Munn.
THE SOPHOMORES . . .
Back Row: W. Quick. l'. Reid, 13. Horsley, W. 131011-liim. C, Sc-matt, L. Witt, F. Nlcunis, Xlr. Julmsou.
Thirfl Row: 1'. Newton, S. Stzlton, F. B-rminar, 11. 1,1'i1l1D14'. B, Iluwkins, J. Ca1'ru11, B. Rubexistoin, L. Tuggk
Se0m1r1 Row: J. 1Vi1kv1'snn, 11. Braun, N11 L-. Fnriss. li. Quiglvv, S. Harris, K. Xlurtin.
First Row: NV. Cz11'sAv, 13. Carmine. A. llaxmilton, 1'. Own-11, 11. Tlxrwnms, 1-'. 50i1'r-rt.
Ac1r1itioua1: J. Cheeves, J. Crallc.
Ba,ck11oxv: N. D1-un111Q11Qr, J. Dlldloy. B. Bz111:1gh, D. Alvxick, J. Munro, J. Korn, F. tiuntcr, W. C11t'l12l1!1
Cmmn, Mrs. Knzike.
'f11i1'11 Row: P. Yiar, Moss, R. Ch21lIl1JQ1'9. 1'. Lung, J, Ayn-S, 11. 1"az'iss, J. Siiitlett, J. 176111111 H. R111-y.
80001141 Row: B. 1111111211113 R. Iii-esco, tl. Rug1:u141, C. A. Tziylur, 'l'. Cluytrm, J. Bmxze, li. Morris, J. P01105
First Row: S. 0110. P, Jolluscm, G. B-iwuwn, K. Yereoii, 1. 'l'ffri'y, P. Hogan.
.M11!itir-11211: C. Bmw, I1. Carter, A. Nm-ig1i1J01's.
. . CLASS OF 1960
Back Row: W. Arthur, B. Puckette, E. Page, B. Allen, J. Moore, H Grubb, H. Sackett R Pugh J Evans
B. Wright, Mrs. Franklin.
Third Row: F. Turner, M. Hall. M. C. Kyle, l'. Hudson, S. Nelligan, B. Coffer, D, D19t7 L btone P Farmer
Second Row: J. Guthera, L. Duncum, B. Moseley, B. Montgomery, C. Nowlin, T. Ihlls B Flelder
First Row: B-. Ware, W. Hawkins, B. OYBIJEII, S. Burnett, L. Taylor, B. Callahan
Additional: J. Spencer, A. White.
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l. They clou't look like skirts uow, but- Z. Pledge: l have ueither played with gas jets uor chewed gum
iu this class, 3. Eddie llogau and Freclflie Harris seem to take their school spirit very seriously. 4. Dis-
playing Miss Rohert:'ou's collection is Alau Grosmuu. 5. Bill Lacks proves that you eau he comfortable
anywhere! 6. Our future Remhrzmclts: Gerald llOg21Il, Arthur Browu, Charles Felmlee.
. . CLASS OF 1960
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Shearer Ebert Linda Kay Hudson Rita Bennett Charles Reid
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
A THE FRESHMAN CLASS
The Fres-hman Class has started its high
school career with a due amount of pep and
enthusiasm. The second largest class in the
school, the ninth grade has participated gener-
ously in the life at Glass. Several of its 'mem-
bers are officers of activities within the school.
The president and secretary of the Junior Stu-
dent Council are from the Freshman Class:
Linda Webb and Jane Smith. Linda Ballard
is treasurer of the Girls' Athletic Association
and a member of the junior Varsity Cheerlead-
ing squad. Henrietta Gilliam also cheers the
junior varsity team to victory.
At an exclusive freshman meeting in the fall
candidates for office were nominated. After
a week of campaigning the officers were elect-
The results were the following: President-
Shearer Ebertg Vice-President-Linda Kay
Hudsong Secretary-Rita Bennett: and Treas-
urer-Charles Reid. Under the supervision of
Miss Shirley Mclvor these freshmen con-
tribute-d five dollars to the WLVA Christmas
Party, and attended a home basketball game
as a body.
The feelings of the class may be summed up
in the words of the president: "Our goal is
to do well academically and to participate in
the extra-curricular activitiesf'
Back Row: S. Smith, G. Cyrus, B. Reid, N. Offterdinger, Miss Mc Ivor, B. Hammer, S. Dudley, P. Cuffia, L. Basten.
First Row: C. Reid, Ebert, L. Hudson, R. Bennett.
Fourth Row: J. Spence, J. Muriyrnari, B. Hogan, Il. Mfulmluv, M. Mason, W. F1-itz, D. Gallivr, Miss Hancock
Third Row: A. WVil0y, C. Gray, L. Amlwsmx, C. M'c-Lane, C. Thompson, S. Tomlin, F. Fl-'I'g'llSHll, B. IH-arm.
Second Ruw: E. M'u1'iin, S. Wihnouth, IJ. Tiiylllllll. B, Beveriilge, HlIllSfUll, C. Sl'hllldQl'h6'I'g, H. Jollnsun.
First Row: N. Anmlvrsmi, l', Sulu, D. 'I'ulh-y, R. Bnwlnnlr, R. Fitzgf-1'nI4l, S. Falwoll.
Arlfliiimml: R. 'I'hn1'nhilI.
Fourth Row: J. xVl'i2'llf,, J. Adkins, Mussio, H. llughvs, A. Kurtz, W. K. Fnstcr, H, Tyree. Mrs. Bailcy.
Third Row: C. Knuwlvs, A, limmwlingx, M XVl1itlz-lv, R. Hlcnn-, C. Rog'm's, S. Roach, R. Daniel.
Second Huw: L. f1hii4iI'f'SS, Ii. Wzulo, IC. CZlVill, Ii. I'u1'1'isl1, J. ilnrrisun, S. lleunvr.
First Row: A. Bilrrn-110, J. Ili:-ku'sun, AI. Stuvzlwl, li. ScvH:xtu, D. Wright. J. Mil:-yy
Adrlitimml: M. Czxilvil, S. l4'1n'4l, tl. Daly.
THE FRESHMEN . .
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13:11-k lluw: C. Trvam, M. NVi1lis, D. Gay, D. L. 'I'hax11u11, fi. Hughes, BI. 'I'yree, K. Iilfillli, J. XV. Dmxmlld, B
lzxrrisll, Mrs. Fezlguns.
Third Ruw: H. H,unlson. D. Smith, XI. Moow, X. C. Sullivan. S. Dow-ly, S. Worley. IC. .In-1-ry,
Secmmnl Row: N. Irvin, D. 'I'lic1mpsm1, B. Jenkins, S. 1'e1'1'uw, S. Asllwell, l'. C31'i0liQnl,w1'g'v1',
First, Row: L. Smiih, J, xViitfS, .l. H2lf'kQtt, M. lim-sc-0, M. J. Loving, A. 'I'lmmpsou.
Amlnlitimlall: J. lfiizgviuulrl, L. Civlm-ixts.
Bank Ruw: C. G4-nlry. L. Lixwlwiwy, C. Fim-ly, L. Buutli, II. Dunizii, D. Oslmrnv, M. Wood, D. Bowen
Fusior, W. T4mg'i1v, Miss l'uyne1'.
'I'hir4l Row: 'I'. Ii2ll'll2lY'4I, L Sikl, l'. Bfilllfilll, A. Fry, M, E. 'l'l1pgg'lv, P. Ilvnslcy, L. Burst, VV. Mciialnivl.
H1-czmul Row: H. Sf-matt, l.. Pliixilavtl., l'. Glass, N. Utllfilllilll, S. Colmiizlii, l'. Eagle, D. Glmtvr, P. Gowml.
First Row: K. Phillips, SI. U2ll'I'l'iSUIl, P. 'l'l'lllI1, S. Sclllnttrwlmeok, J. Tlwillpsun, G. IIlllllI?hl'l'j'.
THE FRESHMEN . .
Buck Row: T. Towlvr, R. Nm-l, J. Remus, T. Uilxson, M. Statun, A. Ruby, C, lvhitcm H. Brooks, N. Vest.
'l'hi1-cl Ru-W: R. Evans, R. Hicks, D. 'I':1lum, L. XVil1g:fi4-lil, l.. Mknmw, K. Smith, B. Jones, S. Gzxrner.
Second Row: B. Bell, O. Barns, J. G. Gunter, I. Wouslsml, .l. Yvllll2lI"flSOll, B-. Williams.
First Row: D. Grams, C. fl'2IZ'll'l', C. llarris, C. Rich, F. Floyd.
Buck Row: X. Vl'liiie, D. Grevn, T. Jumorsun, NV. Ilzlnrilion, '11 Carwil:-, D. llrwfle, G. Bagliy, B. Harris,
D. Dunn, B. Deaner.
'I'l1ir1l Row: R. Pasrv, M. Guill, Pl. Coleman. l'. Barksllzlle, D. Mitchell, H. Franklin, I. Mzxrlmlox, B. Twisflzllc,
Second Row: M, Bzlily, N. Ilzxiln-Y, G. Sprouse, G. Sinipsun, P. l'zn'svmS, L. Falwell, IJ. Cannller.
First Row: R. Craig, J. Gormlnn, J. Rowscy, S. 1Iz1r1'is, L. 1"rancis, F. Lernvr.
Additional: L. Cumbie.
. CLASS OF 1961
Back Row: D. Fvrgtuson, R. Witt. V. Huber, C. JUIIIISOII, li, Tllbllgil, H. Smith, R. Hudson. M1 XV. Mays, C
Pickeral, Miss Ware-.
Third Row: L. Jvnkins. N. Smith, P. l'h-lmfnts, S. Ihullvy. Ii. NI4-zinluws, lf. M, Glass, M, A, .luhnsm1, li. llzlrris
Second Row: C. Ffilllklill, J, 1'a1'kQi', I.. Moss, C. Blown, IL A. Alrwris, 31, lf. Iioukvn, XI. li. Uzllliur, 1'
First Ruw: S. XYRIIIPOF, C. Cl'iCkl'llbCl'gP!', LL. Tilylllilll, L. Maupin, R. M2lj'iPL'l'l'y, Bl. IC. S01'1'1-ls.
Additional: C. Johnson
Back Row: F, Huffman, S. Holt, 13-. I,if'k91'SUll, T. Smith, A. Yuuglxli, M. Cnmii, S. NN'alke1', B. Ilumner
Third Row: U. Bowling, R. Dir-tz, S. Iilrz-rt, L. W4-hh, T. '1'u5hu', B VVuu1rh'idgQ, H. Yarfhier, MI Tllunlpson.
Second Row: B. Pr-rkins, P. l'mx'ers, J. Podboy, J. Smith, Il. Myr-1's. D. Culimi, X. Turner.
First ROW: P. Pettit, B. XVilkQs, S. Bziileiv, C. Stump, 1'. Hemlsrs, T. Williams.
Additional: J. Hardy, T. Jones, J. '1'rcvcy.
THE FRESHMEN .
Hack Ruw: J. Ilrnlmr, J. Fezlgans, J. Iiwans, M. Hall. W. Hoskins, J. Crwkv, T. Stilvr, R. 'l'aylm', Miss Mclv
Third Rnw: R. Allen, A. l'zu'rish, X. Cohn-n, 15. Williams, I.. Witt, l.. Clem:-nts, C. P4-nny, B, Parker,
Svcmiml Row: J. liregeir, G. St. John, J. Rzlglaml, l'. Bowling, S. Campbell. l', VVz1lkvr, A. Williams,
Vllingzfielrl, G. Uhenault.
First Row: C. R4-icl, N. Huun, M. livuslvy, S. Allen, l'. Whitll, M1 Bluvs. B. Rcill.
Bafck Row: P. llmiig, C. Cl4'Ill!ll0llS, C. Bagwl-ll, BY. Glass, G. Spook, R. llorwe, J, Blatllews, XI. Shelton.
S+-concl Row: F. Arthur, M. Douthzlt, Slmwaltc-r, J. Chapmzln, J. Tihirs, IJ, Wielnor.
First Row: P. Gillispie, D. Vu,U.ghan, M'. Viar, M. l.nving, H. Trnnlinson, fl. Lawhorne.
Ailrlitirinal: B. Cartvr, VV. Muncher, l'. Bailcy, L. Llriyfl.
. . CLASS OF 1961
Back Row: G. Cyrus, G. VV. Buss. T. Harris, R. NVoi'loy. 'l', Stzlffnril, R. Floyd, B. Harvvy, E. Sprousv, I.
Hammock, Miss Wilkinson.
Third Ruw: l'. AICCZIITUTI, L. Xvflililvll, L. B'i'zulnv1', B. R0l1vI'l.s, l'. Bczllv, S. Nasrmn, D. VVOoldrislg.f0, S. Viur.
Second Row: U. Dawson, E. BIui'1'is, E. Christian, D. Huff, L. Hicks, B. Moyer, l'. Daniel.
First Row: L. Stump, A. l'ayn0, J, Roark, li. l'1'offi1.f, J. l,ill'1'lSh.
Back Row: L. Taylor, S. Newton, M. Crabill, M. xlCGl'l'9IOY', R. Ramsey, J. Wood, C. Pettyjolm, Y. Baur, Miss
'l'hi1'fl Row: G. Rnlwrisuii. J. Iluckworth, K. IQYOXYII, G. fiilllllllfl, B. lV2llliCI', M. 0. Bl'ffNilI'IiZll'2l, N. E. Tiuslc-y.
Second Row: A. Tui-nor, K. Brudfnnl, N. Hamnivistrom, Il. Southall, li. Horton, G. Costan, B. lhuger.
First Row: Sl Carrington, E. Whitv, P. Bryan, S. Hopkins, U. Basham, 11. Stipc, J. Cieasy.
Additional: N. Bass, N Offterdinsgcr.
THE FRESHMEN . .
Back Row: L. Taylor, J. Aunerson, Miss Ilendm-son, T. Bruffv, ll. Wilkins, J. Colviiiun, M. P. Ovcrstrcci., J.
Tczlss, M. Quick.
Third Row: C. Burgess, C. Clements, U. Coffev, J. Roberslni, L. llurris, l'. Cuffizl, Nl. Dwinmlle.
Second Row: G. Dawson, D. Moseley, H. Ilinnant, C. Lurramlo, A. liiinball, K. llzmsa-11.
First Row: A. Graham, J. 3Iil'l'Sililii, R. Brown, A. Durham, D. lluclibu1'gh, VV. Raines.
Additional: M. Crawley, F. Nichols, R. Bynum, A. lVilkLl's01x.
Back Row: B. Smith, li. Bosiger, G. Myers, D. Puckett, X11 Morris, J Cnillrzin. D. Smiley, R. XYillizlnisnn.
Third Row: E. Gown, D. Gibson, VV. Wright, l'. Hogan, L. McDaniel, M. Freeman, G. 'lun-lil., J. Mzlrtill.
Second Row: B. Kennon, Al. Lewis, G. Hnni,f:, C. Aveiiflzxll, K. lirvzint, N. Tomlin, B. Strmwy.
First Row: N. Childress, C. Johnson, S. Dodgion, XV. L'zJ.vids.on, NV. Bass, Ml lVl'igl1t.
Additional: P. Womack, J. Wood.
. . CLASS OF 1961
Bark Row: X. R4-mlnly, S. I". HIl4'Dll0l'4l, li. XV:1lk4-r, H. l'l'el1l1-, J. Glidwell, W. Arlllur, M. llmlges, H. xvllilttlj'
Tllirrl Row: C. Holmes, G. Moseley, 'l'. Hollinsworth, C. llvslmys, W. Rlvflinnis, J. Brooks, N. Mayhew.
Second Row: li. Williams, I'. 'Finslm-y, ll. Ballzlrzl, IJ lin-xr-r, H. Bryant, M. Ml-Km-nmx, B. Doss.
First, Row: N. Gilliam, li. Fowl, J. Rim-v, R. llowlzx, Y. Se-til:-, .l. He-nlr-y, J. Canmlu-ll.
Aclrlitionalz R. llupfhcs, J. liurch, D. l'1zlst1'i1lgc, lf. Hogan, B. Willizunson.
Back Row: S. Kc-nnedy, T. NVright. J. Christizxn, H. Stenlbriclgc, X. TZIIIIIQY, J. llzlrvey, S. liriclges, M. VVilliam
son, F. llancovk, L. Dickens, Miss Hoskins.
Thiral Row: T. Whitten, IJ. Upslmur, Il. Ileurfl, ll. Davis, L. Bush-n, U. Gal-rurnl, H. H9Il4ll'l'Hi7Il, li. Synlnor, B
Second Row: W. -l4'Sl.O1', S. R. Barrett., l'. Petry, B. J. Huuwr, S. 'I'homps0n, K. Tlxornhill, S. Knight.
First Row: F. Allzlms, L. Peters, U. Stone, A. Gl'0Slll1lll, M Hutch:-Son, P. Kelly.
THE FRESHMEN . .
Back Row: T. Haas, S. Smith, T, Linn. U. Rawlings, L. Taylrng C. 1'ic-kerul, F. llfmrm-, VV. Blvf'Dl!ll2llLl, Miss
Third Row: B. McKenna, R. Watson, R. Turns-r, C. Tnwles, Bl. Dunn, M. finwun, C. llugln-s, B. Hawkins.
Second Row: R. Carr, K. Martin, B. l4'ilm.!c-mlxl, ll. House, L. VVrmrl, C. ltlllllfflil, S. Czlrfm-l', L. 14111.14-1', J, Tweecly.
First Row: T. Mitchell, E. lluclsrm, IJ. Sublett, L. Hudson, B. l". Ryan, R. Bennett, D. Storne.
. . CLASS OF 1961
Joyce Thompson Bobby Brickhouse Judy Bing Ray Hogan
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
THE EIGHTH GRADE
At the beginning of the school year, the
upperclassmen began to notice new faces at
Glass. Everywhere they looked there were be-
wildered little eighth grade faces searching
corridor directions or fiddling furiously with
stubborn lockers. It didn't take long for the
plucky class to remedy this situation. After a
few days of tardiness to classes and going
hungry at lunchtime because of reluctance to
maneuver into the dangerous looking lines, the
amateur high schoolers became professionals.
The high ranking elders who had dubbed them
"rats" and smiled at their uncertainty, soon had
those smiles wiped off their faces as the baby
class set out to prove itself.
Its year began with a council meeting con-
sisting of the newly-elected homeroom repre-
sentatives and its sponsor, Miss Gladys Can-
ada. At this meeting candidates were nomi-
nated for class officers. Not to be outdone in
any field, the class proceeded to campaign for
these candidates as vigorously as the whole
school did for the officers of the S. C. A.
Wlieii final ballots were counted, the following
officers had -been elec-ted: Joyce T-hompson,
presidentg Bobby Brickihouse, vice-president,
Judy Bing, secretary, and Ray Hogan, treas-
The treasurer, with an eye for business,
promptly began collecting ten cents member-
ship dues for future use.
Always participating enthusiastically in
whatever activity the school was engaged, the
eighth grade added much to the spirit in which
the activity was doneg their voices lustily en-
couraged the team to victory and proudly sang
the alma mater. All in all, the youngest, but
largest, class had a most active and interesting
EIGHTH GRADE COUNCIL
Back Row: N. Rizan. A. Miller, J. Fleck, Miss Canada, F. Baldwin.
Second Row: C. Moore, C. Fielder, K. Campbell, J. Dieter, R. Gibson, B. Groome, P. Atlee.
First Row: R. Hogan, J. Thompson, B. Brickhouse, J. Bing,
Buck Row: R. Sf-miner, D. Ilivks, B. l,6I'l"V, J Harris, .I. Davis. Hrs. 3illj'llC'Yl'X'.
'I'hir4l Row: B. Xzwll, X. l'm':Iieu, M. Fiizgeraxhl, M. A, 'l'hum1xsun, R. Spvnc-er, .X. W. i'nxx'Il1m'ne.
Ser-und Row: R, Cmuplxcll, G. Hi:-ks, C. Womw, N. Buuth, P. Atlce, U. West, H-. Davis.
First Ruw: S. Aslllvv, P, Xlvuls, F. Austin. W. YVhiTe, I.. XVi1sun, W. Gunter.
Admlitionzll: R, Uzlllier, J. Rh-1-ks, l". Giles.
Bunk Row: R. Fzlxllplvell, .I RllI1l"l'SUIl. B. Iluhlrvn, NI. Clulenmzm, L. Crm-easy, J. Ring, NVy1lner, I". XVnllvr
'I'hirrl Row: M. I.itvl1frml, IC. Bmuks. IH. Shnfvr, B. Falls, G. Martin, li. Nlillor, IJ. Ullxlllixlgllanlll, R. Lung.
Svrfunfl Row: C. Xlz1ylw1'ry, R. XVhilz-. D. I.ilc:l1fur4l, Cf. liaily, S BI'Ul'l'iS, J. Mzlsun.
First Row: R. li:L1'hes. J. R4-ill. M. ffamilmrvw. li. AIf'f1l'llW. S. K:-shwr: C. Iiriskill
Adrlitiollall: J. Builvr, J. Cash, K. K'z1lnpbv1l.
THE EIGHTH GRADE . . .
Barak Row: L. Smith, T. Gzlnmhvll, J. Krzmiz, P. Husvk, J. Atkins H Cmddock, Nl Candler J Ilarub
Third Row: XV. 'l'. I.nwl1o1'11w, S. Xvill'bl'Ollg'll, N. Childress, I'. Nceley, li Ilmlion A hthur A II1gg'lIllJ0t lam
Svumnul Row: YV. Xvwculnh, B. Dul'riesf. J. Xlhrks, D. FZll'lllP'I', G. Braun D N001 T Hmnno r
First. Row: O. Funtalille, C. W:11'1'x-u, ll, Jmu-S, R. Blanton. J. Kelly, 1 BIFIIP
Aml1Iiii:m:xI: S. B-ruffv.
lfrilifk Row: L. Cill'SflIl', L. Ellillutrm, B. Mzuriin, ll. Grmlu. S, Duff, H. RIM XII Duxr
'I'hil'1l Row: P. Duss, U. Brooks, L. l'oxvv1l, J. Brown, K, livzuls, 'l'. Dunul:
Sm-mnul Row: A. Arthur, L. Nl,u.l'pl1V, J. Snuw, L. Wrighi, J. Uilllillg, If D1 :Con
First Row: B. Lixulsm-V. P. 'l'n-nt, C. Muon-, -I. WL-si, S. 1411111-x', J, Dtbllilhlll
Aflllilhmzllz H. llffndrick, B. Simms.
THE EIGHTH GRADE
Back Row: B. Ilawkins, S. Coffey, D. Lewis, L. Watts, K, Hnivcrly. A. Smith, B. Juues, B. Marshall, Miss
Third Row: N. McDun:1ld, 'l'h0mpson, IJ. Clemmmis, C. Tvrrell, R. Hogan, B. Musi-Ivy, D. Bryzui,
Second Row: L. XVuucl:il'nl, E. lVrigl1i', N. Mnrsli, B. Mc-mle. .I, Wriglit, .I. .-kronsuxi, J. 'I'nylor.
First Ruw: B. l.'e1,Lit, D. Perrv, J. Nvtlilllbltlll, .l. Smith, B-. Williamson, ll, Rv:1Sm', Fl, Wiley.
Additional: F. llc-stef, S. Rilc-lufz, J. Sulrleff.
Back Row: J. Parker, ll. Paris, XV, Gilbert, F. f'11i'fcI', ll. Oslmlww, D. Si. Clair, W. Campbell, Hr. Slmhf-r.
Third Row: J. lh'ighi,xx'ell, l'. Clark, L. Mf:Lemmn, A, Xlillvr, N. Nlnrtin. D. Wund, P. .I4-nkins.
Second Row: l'. Donald, L. B'lll'llH, G. Rulmoy, L. St. vlolm, B. Brown, IJ. Cunipimi, A. Szlmlhlgv.
First Ruw: J. lhmth, M. S-ulnuni, M. Bell, J. .in-h-rsmi, I-', Imignluii, V. Wilmf-r.
. CLASS OF 1962
Bar-k Row: L. Iluvidsrnx, D. iillii1', W. RUAIIIIS, N. Prnffif, NViH, -I. Berrv. IJ. Weber, Mrs. Doyle.
Third Row: B. Xiillur, J. lflm-wk, D. Amlm-rsnn, J. I4'1':lnklin, Il. lluri, M. S2lllllIil'l'S, C. Pass, L. Howell.
Semin! Huw: L. Y0ll1lf.'fP!', li. Woorly, B. i,iI'k0l'1li, I. R1-ynnlds, lb. Knowles, VV. I5ICIAlilLl'iliill, NV. Skinner.
First Row: C. Miles, B. Knight. F. Rnsxur. J. Huffnrtlx. J. 1iZll'I'UlTl, L. Fnwlike.
Arlrlitionul: P. Bryanlf. E Njulililll.
lSil!'ii Huw: Y, IJ1-.I:m1c-if, J. Nic-lmles, IC. Ijnyrl, D. Hanson. E. Blaulkclnsllin, R. C:IlllDiH1ii, K. Pun-Ill. 91. .Iunw
'l'I1i1'4l Huw: S. l'ellv1', B. Ayvrs, A. Curvy, D. Gillifniv, H. Rir-hamlsuil, S. Sffxlllliiffky ll. llzlrris.
Swmilnl Row: fl. l7i'iffk0l1lJvl'gc:r', N. Dillzlrwl, D. XVUWI, B. Cash. il. Chockleti, A. M'ei4lIing, J. Je-nnings.
First Row: C. Wright, J. 1l'i!llIif'k, J. Aslxwell, J. 1lf'C18HLllI4i, J. Pace, I.. 'I'nnner.
Adwlitimialz H. Hughes, M. Frinllc-y.
THE EIGHT!-I GRADE . . .
Back Row: N, J. Glass, D. Barilv, R. Cnleman, II. Gr:-gory, L. Houck, S. Horton, F. Helms, B. Royall, Coach
Third Row: N. Faulvoxic-T, B. Hopkins. Hook, D. Hill, NV. Davis, S. Flllctt, C. lYll00l61', J. Smith.
Second Row: M. Taylor, M. A. Cundiff, J. Pzlddovk, D. Cznnrllflr, l.. Berry, NV. Lipfurd.
- + .
First Row. L. Ileldqr, l. Rucker, J. Llovd I N'1rQh 'll I
Additional: M. Cucullor.
Back Row: A. C. Hivks, l
'nr10r, C. Pryor.
2. 1"111'zers0n, 'I'. lloliwtsun, P. llvery, C. Jamcfrsun, Miss liwxns.
Third Row: S. Speck, N. Nicliolns, B. Marshall, C. Millner, R. Arthur, D. fiillispie.
Sevond Row: C. Jefferson, P. Travis, C. Sligh, J. Ford, J. C. Wood, E. Feagans.
First Row: X. Bailev, Y. llcrrv, Y. 'I'hm'nliill, A. 'l'r:'1vis. J, Faxiiiulmll, T. Sprousc-.
Additional: N. Williams.
CLASS OF 1962
Buck Row: C. Crist, K. Schoossow, C. Loyd, M. Xlfalker, K. Puckette, R. Hawkins, J. Ferrell. B. Brickhouse.
Third Row: M. Sweenvy, C. Bastvn. P. Patterson, A. Connor, J Ayers, J. M'uudy, J. Clt-land.
Sclcond Row: D. Hinegun, C. Boazsley, E. Cosby, L. Scott, J. Thoxnpson. G. Hicks, W. Ayers.
First Row: I.. Efirll, S. Low. L. lizlrv. J. Conralvl, B. Gow. 42. A. Cottrvll.
Additional: F. Gary, R. XYilcl.e1', N. Xorflo-ft.
Back Row: J. Roberts. F. Rmnsvy, F. Baldwin, B. CzLlla1l1z1n, C. Hoskins, L. Bookvr, R. Davis,
R. Tinnc-ll, Mrs. Sanders.
Third Row: P. Winfree. S. Wert. B. Booker, P. Haley, S. Bunch, Syclnor, Bl. Bzilmlwin. C. Floyd.
Second Row: B. Stutun, A. Quillian, L. Mattox, P. Stevens, W. Bowling, J. Cillllpljbll, G. Smith.
First Row: S. Ford, B. 0'B1'i0n, li. Cillispie. D. 'Fl'1OlIlElS, R. StanlQY. S. Aylor.
THE EIGHTH GRADE .
Back Row: J. Russell, R. Kem, D. Ragland, F. Harris, G. M1 llolleran, W. Choatlulnl, P. Layne, S. Jackson
Third Row: F. Cofflin, S. Robertson, K, Proehl, B. Padgett, N. Stcfnnettc. N. Guthrio, J. Thornhill, P. Garrison
Second Row: F. Shafer, R. Atlc-c-, R Coffey, E. Hagan, A. Thomas, C. lklcffmw, D. Wood.
First Row: B. GTCJOYYIP, C. Ransun, NV. Johnson, A. Riley, D. Eylvr. C. Blzlwyer.
Buck Rnw: R. Prvwers, B. Lacks, R. Harbin, li. Frvrfl, B. Hilbert. A. Reaws, C. Tllmnas, Mr. 'vYilsnn.
Third Row: R. Pugh, L. Burloy, S. Irby, S. Mhrlin. G. B-rrxwn, G. Hudson, G. Callahan.
Second Row: U. Moore, F. Mc-Kinnev, 12. Fulsher, J. Finchs-r, J. Burselli, B-. Carwile.
First Row: G. Burnett, C. Parker, E. WilkP1'swn, l'. Casvy, H. llinkle, B. Ilnrtle-ss.
. CLASS OF 1962
, Buck Row: ll. lvright, I. Atly, ll. Brooks, I'. Panton, P. Lon1lvreQ, Bl. Layne, J. lizlrle, J. llnvk, E. Bcrgc
'Third Row: J. Grant, J. Trent, N. Vllhito, A. B-21!'ll0lll', C. Mcliunivl, D. Spence, S. White, Mrs. llicks.
Sevonrl Row: G. Cox, 0. Statnn, l'. Grublms, G. Mathows, S. Whixmck, C. Ch-mlenin, Y. Balloxxe.
First, Row: K. Gl'lllDlJ5 A, Ferguson, XV. Layne, T. Jolinson R, Gibson, J. Governor.
Buck Row: J. Jennings. C. Canmlwll, Marshall, S. Dvan, J. llznrper, l.. Carter, Mrs. Harris.
Third Row: A. Davis, M. Hicks, B. Frve, J. Wood, I.. Mann, C. Hahn, R. Schmitt.
Second Row: J. Ellington, M. Mason, X. Knight, N. R1-grail. J. Chaxplnan, XV. Seanxster, H. Gemini.
First Row: B. Gnill, W. Nloorv, J. B-ryan, B. L. larkvr. M. Clark, R. Heard, L. llarper.
THE EIGHTH GRADE
Back Row: L. Huffman, M. Tucker, L. Cheuault, R. Bur-ffmrd, D. McAlister, S. Elder, D. Seuy.
Third Row: J. Blzlnkinship, F. VI'1'EIlt, A. Harvvy, P. M'oure, B. Snruggs, O. Cliihlross, R. Long.
Second Row: B. Maw, B. FitZ2i'l'llld, K. XVebb, D. Franklin, J. Fariss, B. Meafln.
First Row: D. Johnsun, X. Davis, P. Falrris, J. Brown, NV. Fitzgerald, XV. Hzirris.
Back Row: G. Hogan, A. C. Huttvr, P. 'I'hz1x'er, J. R4J2'Ql'S, R. Taylor, J. Phelps, I. lk-tvrs, Mr. lion? Robinson
Third Row: E. Judd, M. Root, ll. Unruc. B. McNutt. C. Jnrfubson, CH Folmlee, A. Broun.
Second Row: P. Wlmnl, M. Anthuny, A, Iimfrfrlersuxl, P. Bcthvl, R. llaclumrth, J. Woodnll, E. Brown.
First Row: M. Mciirl-gur, C. Ruse. S. Patterson. S. Sws-cnev, J. Uictur, W. Sxxift.
. CLASS OF 1962
"And there is good ole Lynchburg, Va.," ex- "l0 . . . 8 . . . 7 . . . 10 off! Oh, Mary Fran
plains Taylor Thornhill to his geography ces, you've done it againf, cries Betty Wliite
teacher, Mr. G. Robinson. head. k
Judy Fleck and Kay Woody seem pleased with their
English diagraniing, but Chuck Press doesn't seem
impressed. Local Sweepers' Union No. GS-Shop Class.
Does James Arms find 21 joke in the index cards? Mrs. Pemberton's Glee Club in action.
Introducing-the flying young man on the Jerry Anderson gets a helping hand from
daring trapeze-Jerry Adler. Miss Pribible in algebra class.
Strange things appear in Mrs. Fuller's art class. Mrs. James's history class "writes-up" a film.
The importance of science becomes a reality as these Could it be that Mrs. Whitehead's class has a sub
students trace the course of Sputnik II, stitute?
iw Y --Y --
Study Hall is definitely where' our students work the I
hardest. Mrs. Caslfs typing class is hard at work.
"The name of my book is . . ." begins Julie Burch. "Wl1ile the cat's away the mice will play."
jeff McClelland doesn't seem to take Miss Back to the "old grind" go Bruce Per
Hoskins' suggestions about his future voca- Vkloodrow VVl1ite, and Billy Davis.
Mr. Ramsey conducts his algebra class in his usual Puella, puellae, puellae, puellanl, puella, points out
good humor, Mrs. Hicks to some of her Latin pupils.
'KCL111 only one person answer my question?', asks The library classroom is fine for listening to record
Mrs. Pryor to her math class. albums.
Nancy Bailey leads her L8 English class with "Leave my ainoeba alone, you parasite!"
Mrs. Guggenheiniens help. exclaims Dan Mosley.
Take time Za Qwe-
K. XVhite, VV. Cooke, C. Knight, and B.
Chambers read the plans for the Mr. Foot-
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
To give service to the school is one of the aims
of the Senior Student Council, and it has truly ful-
filled its purpose throughout this, its best year ever.
Under its competent officers and co-sponsors, Mr.
Ramsey and Mr. Mumper, the council has under-
taken numerous projects and given long hours and
hard work to them all.
Much of this work is done through committees.
The Social Committee takes charge of the decorat-
ing and planning of all social functions. The Citizen
of the Month Committee selects a deserving stu-
dent each month and engraves their name on the
plaque in the front hall. The Goalpost Committee
decorates the goalposts at the City Stadium for all
home football games.
The new students are welcomed in September
by the Qrientation' Committee, who also publish a
small handbook for them. At the Projects Commit-
tee's recommendation, the council planted 55500
worth of shrulbbery around the school. Each year
they contribute to and help collect for the VVLVA
Christmas Party and sell programs at the football
games. The hall and cafeteria monitors prevent
ll H . . . , . .
ba OP running and 'breaking in hne at lunch tune.
Kenneth Vllhite Wylie Cooke Carole Knight Bill Chambers
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Buck Row: Mr. Rzmisey, J. Cm-rillo, D. Atkins, E. Ruffin, R. Boo th, J. M. Robertson, D, Vaughan, L. Seibert, B-. Parker, Mr.
Third Row: F. lllilgfilflll, P, VVa1le, B. Tweedy, S. Flzmik, L. Scruggs. A. Percy, J. Barber.
Second Row: F. Mitchell. P. Allen, D. Farris. H. Braun, K. Younger, S. Spencer, S. Xvlligan, L. Brooks.
First Row: D. Oakes, J. Duke, R. Thompson, S. Webb, C. Knight, W. Cooke, B, Channbers, G. Williams, N. Deacon,
JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
The Junior Student Council, aided by their cap-
able adviser, Miss Kathleen Pribble, and led by
their competent officers, has done its utmost to
carry out its purpose-service to our school and to
Over a period of two years, the Junior Student
Council has tried to have everyone in' the eighth
and ninth grade vaccinated with the Salk vaccine,
and they have almost reached their goal.
ln November when Glass was host for the
District S. C. A. Meeting, the Council had charge
of the groups from elementary schools when Greg
Robertson and jenny Tweedy led discussion' groups.
In the spring Bobfby Mosely, Bill Dixon, and Jane
Smith attended the state meeting in Radford.
In April these junior lawmakers held an Easter
Lily Sale for the benefit of the Virginia Society of
Crippled Children and realized a good profit.
These accomplishments all go to show that the
junior Student Council has done an outstanding
job this year and should be very proud of the
record they have established.
B. Mosely, L. VVebb, S. Ritchey and J. Smith
-future lawmakers at Glass.
Linda Webb Bobby Mosely jane Smith Steve Ritchey
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Back Row: li. Robertson, C. Rogers, II. Wright, I.. Linebm-rry, D, flillispie, H-. Dixon, IC. Organ, S. Sydnor, C. Gai'mi'4l.
'Vhirxl Row: U. St. John, N. Harm, J, Marshall, l'. Thompson, N, Booth, M. Hell, C. Rich, J. Ashwell,
Sc-c-ond Row: P. Thayer, B. Mosely, L. Webb, J. Smith, S. Ritchey, P. Trent, J. 3l0!'l'j'l1l31l, C. Holmes. l'. Layne, Miss Pribble.
First Row: li. Berger, X. Rhorlenhizer, M. Taylor, J, Tweedy, M. Wright, X. Norflcet, S. Dowdy, B, Rohn-rts.
C. Snow, K. Hansen, V. Allen, H. Green,
N. Turner, B. Quillian, B. Staton, I. Walker,
The Honor League has been outstanding this
year in its efforts to discourage dishonesty and to
promote high standards and ideals among the stu-
dents of E. C. Glass. The Executive Council, coin-
posed of the officers and one representative from
each of the five classes, has attained many of the
unreached goals of past years.
In the fall a panel discussion dealing with honor
in every phase of school and conrmunity life pro-
vided an interesting Honor League Assembly. The
council then made visits to the eighth grade home-
rooms to explain the functions of the Honor
League, to give Honor League rules for taking
exams and to show the value of honor in later
Colorful posters with catchy honor slogans were
placed around the school. All Honor League trial
proceedings were posted also.
The Executive Council worked with the general
council, which is composed of one representative
from all homerooms, in an attempt to have all
pupils sign the pledge and become aware of the
work and spirit of the Honor League.
V OFFICERS AND CLASS REPRESENTATIVES
Carlton Snow Vicky Allen Jimmy Walker Bill Quillian Nancy Turner
President Secretary Senior Representative Sophomore Representative Freshman Representative
Karen Hansen Harry Green Rose Arthur Bobby Staton
Vice-President Treasurer Junior Representative Sth Grade Representative
Back Row: E. Morris, C. Snow, B. Quillian, N. Turner, R. Arthur, J. lValke1', V. Allen, K. Hansen, R. Booth, B. Howerton, T.
Sweeney, T. Hapgoml. li. Wilkes, R. Pugh. A. Nicholas, Miss High t.
Third Row: F. Ferguson, X. Ooh-man, A. Sapp, J. Huck, 311 Over street, N. Knight, H. Richardson, P. Haley, J. Bing. J. Stewart, B.
McGln-L-, J. Adams, W. Cheatham, R. Dietz, M. Crabill, T. Glidewell.
Second Row: J. Cllllplllilll, R, Thompson, ll. Wingfield, M. Johns un, P. Atlee, 13. Morris, J. Tweedy, B. Knight, V. Peery, P. VVelJlJ,
G. Gilliam, L. TllllI'SLUIl, L. Mefiraw, N. Wingfield, B. Donner.
First Row: N. Melirziyer, J, Brown, C. Fielder, J. Pal'kex', B. Jenk ins, J. Dietnr, li. Williamson, B. Brown, L. Nvnodall. S. KL-nl, C.
Knowles. S. Dudgion, W. Newt-muh, B. B1'iL-klicmse.
QUILL AND SCROLL
One of the oldest and most respected organiza-
tions at school, the Carter Glass Chapter ot the
Quill and Scroll Society. has accomplished much
this year. At the beginning of school it had only
three members but by the end of the year this
number had increased to twenty-one. The members
of the Society are juniors or seniors in the upper
third of their class who have fulfilled certain
journalistic requirements in working on the CREST, the
Critic, or the High Times. They also must be recom-
mended by their adviser and approved by the executive
The project of the organization for this year
was to compile an anthology which was dedicated
to Miss Evelina O. Vlfiggins. The book contained
100 poems selected by a committee oi two mem-
bers from each publication staff. This committee
chose the poems to be used from Critics which were
published between the years 1902 and 1957. As
usual, Miss Ruth Blunt, the adviser, held up the
highest standards for the club.
C. Knight, J. Duke, A. Farrar and J Baber
agree that good publications are an asset to
Janet Duke Anne Farrar
Jane Baber Carole Knight
Back Row: S. lliekson, C. Potter, B. Patrick, R. Booth, R. Garrett, H. A. Harris, J. Duke, J. Hardesty.
Second Row: E. Hovda, B-. North, N. B. Harris, M. Walker, A. Martin, Miss Blunt, L. Brooks, J. Baber.
First Row: N. Bond, B. Pettyjohn, L. Stansbury, B. Thomas, C. Knight, A. Farrar.
"This material must get to the printer on timef' This is the
plea heard often in room 106 sixth period. But what are they
talking about? Yes, you guessed it. These students compose
the CREST Staff and they are working with their adviser, Miss Lucile
Cox, to produce the CREST, the E. C. Glass yearbook.
The Staff begin their work by thinking of an interesting theme
for the annual and deciding to whom the annual will be dedicated.
Next, the blueprint of the CREST, called t-he dummy, is formed.
VVith these accomplishments the Work of the staff Springs into
action. Pictures are scheduled, approved, and takeng and deadlines
for each section of the annual are Set.
The hardest tasks are the write-ups which must be well ex-
pressed, must be restricted to a certain number of words and must
be interesting and informative. T'hese write-ups are read, cor-
rected, typed, and proofread.
Each Spring at the Southern Inter-Scholastic Press Association
convention the CREST is criticized and given a rating. New ideas are
brought back by the delegates to the staff so that the CREST in future
years can be improved and given the best chance for a superior rating.
Co-Editors-Jane Baber, Judy Hardesty Edii0fS of DiviSi0r1S2
Managing Editors-Cantey Bryan, Betty Libby Faculty-Julia Hauser, Kytha Padgett
Engraving and Literary Editor-Barbara Harris g3?f,?igE53Y1iQU'i6I0rris
Tymst'-Nancy crfed Athletics-Tommy Hudson
Photographers-Dick Spencer, Charles Nowlin, Leland Bailey Features-Betsy Tweedy
Back Row: D. Spencer, C. Nowlin, J. Morris. B-. Hurt, B. Reid, N. Creed, I.. Bailey, J. Ilnuser, B. Newton, B. Tweedy.
lr I Row: M. McLennan, C. Bryan, J. Hzlrdc-Sty, B. Harris, Miss Cox, J. Baber, B. Libby, K. Padgett.
THE HIGH TIMES
VVhen Thursday rolls around, Glass students eagerly await
the arrival of the High Times, but how many of them realize the
"blood, sweat, and tears" that go into turning out a single issue!
There are stories to write, galleys to proof, dClL1I1lIl1lCS,, to make,
ads to sell-a million and one things to do.
The editors, the reporters, proofreaders, columnists, photographers,
advertising department, typists, cartoonists, and Miss Cunninghanfs
journalism class all collaborate to put out the weekly publication.
Led this year by co-editors Anne Farrar and Nancy Bond, the
High Times has rounded out another successful season.
This fall, as in many previous years, the High Times received a
Quill and Scroll international first place award for a high school
Founded in 1921, the High Ti7'l'lC.Y has won a place in the hearts
of everyone. The alumni find that they 'can recall the highlights
of their high school days by pulling out old copies, and newcomers
find endless pleasure in reading "hot" news about themselves and their
Co-Editors-Nancy Bond, Anne Farrar Proofrcader-Mina Walker
Assistant Editor-Bo Pettyjohn Advertising Manager-Sue Gardner ,
Feature Editor-Carole Knight Head Typist-Barbara Harris CO-Ed1tO1'S
Sports Editor-Bill Patrick Cartoonist-Ann Percy Nancy Bond
Photographers-Dick Spencer, Charles Nowlin, Leland Bailey. Anne Farrar
Back Row: E. Brown, C. Myers, B. L. North, P. Sweeney, T. Pugh, J. Baber, L. Mosby, K. Scruggs, Bl. Walker, S. Gardner, Miss
Fifth Row: S. Blankenship, J. Chapman, N. Tayman.
Fourth Row: R. Horner, F. Franklin, N. McBrayer, M. F. Merrin, T. Bartle, E. Childers.
'Fhird Row: V. Allen, J. Cheves, C. Nelson, A. Martin, B. A. Harris, B. McKenna, A, Moon.
Second Row: M. Freese, B. Pettyjohn, L, Kennedy, B. Patrick, D, Mohr, C. Knight.
First Row: A. Farrar, N. Bond
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In the highest room in Glass, 301, the Critic is assembled. There
an enthusiastic staff works daily to please the students with their
Many phases of work are necessary, the primary function of
the staff being to read and select material sent in by the students.
The staff includes the editor-in-chief, who is assisted by the
literary editor and the editor of departments, the circulation man-
ager, who is very valuable when the magazines are distributed,
and the co-art editors, who are responsible for meeting each dead-
line with the spicy drawings which flavor this literary publication.
The literary adviser, Miss Ruth Blunt, keeps the staff on an even
The Critic has established an excellent reputation. Every year a
copy is sent to the Southern Interscholastic Press Association, the
Columbia Scholastic Press Association, at Columbia University, the
National Scholastic Press Association at University of Minnesota,
and the Virginia Literary League at University of Virginia to be
judged and it has consistently won top honors.
Editor-in-Chief-Janet Duke Eggs' gtmerlcs-Bill Quillian
Literary Editor-Linda Brooks 'f S' ,S 'CS-Karen Hansen ,
Editor -of Departments-Sarah Hickson l Egghagxivgggiwgiaerwaig SQQZLQY Seay
Art Editors-Karen Scruggs, Sandy Rawlings Rltimrx-Rbfhard Garrett
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TYp'st"fJul'a Hammonl Music-Eleanor Hovda
Circulation Manager-Richard Booth Dramatics-Carolyn Naff
Back Row: C, Potter, R. Garrett, B. Quillian, Miss Blunt, J. Du ke, R. White, K. Hansen, S, Hickson, L. Brooks.
First Row: R, Booth, J. Hamilton, A. Coffey, S. Seay. E. Ho vda, K. Scruggs, C. Naff.
THE GLASS EYE
"Keep an eye on Glass Highf' Everyone knows that this is
the slogan for the liveliest thing at school, The Glass Eye.
This newspaper is a four page mimeographed weekly for eighth
and ninth graders. They work under the direction of Miss Evelyn
Allen and Mr. Charles Brown and produce a paper containing
news, original articles, drawings and cartoons, some quotes, and
gossip. All of these are intended to contribute to school spirit, to
give information, and to offer an opportunity for self expression.
Each issue of this junior E. C. Glass newspaper with its attrac-
tive art work, its editorials, and many of its articles centered
around an appropriate seasonal theme, is worth keeping permanently.
Wlorking on the Glass Eye -has proved to be a stepping stone for
many of the staff to. bigger and better things.. Many upperclass- EditOr,in,Chief
men with high positions on the older publications are Glass Eye Becky Myers
alumni, who will lbe forever grateful for their first real experiences
in journalism gained on the Glass Eye staff.
Editor-in-Chief-Becky Myers Columnists and Reporters-Sue Carter, Linda. Elder, Ria Anne
Assistant Editors-Georgellen Costan, Bill Wooldridge, Gee M0l'IiSr Betty FFRHCGS Ryan, H5201 SOUUIHH, Kim Th0l'flhIll
Canada, Rita Bennett, Martha Ann Crown. Barbara Tyner, Linda Witt.
egtlidlrtors-Patricia Powers, Betsy Kreger, Dick Stone, Sandra Typistgrmarsha Dgwdy, Yvonne Kidd, Betty McKenna, Cor
Snurts Editors-Fred Huffman, Shearer Ebert, Kathi Bradford, mme grey'
Sandra Smith. Jokes Editors-Carolyn Gowen, Donna Sublett, Rosalie Bynum
Buck Row: M. Mason, T. Whitten, J. Witt, M. Crown, G. Canada.
'l'l1ird Row: R. Ramsey, R, Williamson, B. Hogan, D. Bowen, S. E bert, U. Talley, D. Subli-tl, C. Cowen, L. Elder.
Second Row: A. Wiley, E. lVhite, P, Bryan, Mr. Brown, F, Huffman, H. Southall, P. Powers, S. Yancey, B. NVooldrirlge, Miss Sllen
ll. Myers, S. Smith, B. F. Ryan, S. Carter, R. Morris, S. H. Lee, Miss Williams.
First Row: D. Stone, R. Bynum, B. Kreger, fl. Costnn. K. Braflfn rd, B. Tyner, K. 'l'hornhill, R. Bennett, R. Smith.
S. Seay, C. Knight, and S. Hickson discuss
an essay for the next Literary Society meet-
The Literary Society is composed of students
who have an active interest in creative writing.
Their aim is to promote this interest and improve
their writing ability. The society encourages these
ambitious authors to compose and publish their
works. To meetings, held the second Thursday
of every month at 7:30 with different members,
each person brings original manuscripts for dis-
cussion and criticism. This year the writing of
short stories and poems has been stressed. The
members "create', for pleasure, and often their
creations are published in the Critic. In the first
issue were "Decision for Tomorrovvn by Carolyn
Naff and "On Left-Hanclednessu by Betty Libby. In
the second issue were "The Lesson" by Sarah
I-Iickson, f'Tri-Hi-Y" by Sue Gardner, and "Passing
By" by Sally Flanik.
As its yearly project, the club donates a book
to the library, the most recent gift being INVITA-
TIONS T0 POETRY. Although the Literary Society
is only four years old, it has gained the respect of our
faculty and students. The organization is sponsored
by Miss Mary Spotswood Payne, head of the English
Carole Knight Sarah Hiclcson Shirley Seay
President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer
Back Row: S. Flanik, S. Johnston, J, Campbell, J. Duke, B. Libby, Nl. Coleman, C. Potter.
Second Row: M. Gore, S. Gardner, T. Bartle, B. North, T. Bartly, E. Stone, C. Naff, 1-'. Franklin, B. Harris.
First Row: B. Knight, U. Duke, S. Seay, S. Hickson, C. Knight, M iss Payne, E. Hovda, P. Powers, A. Southall, M. Crown.
F OREN SIC CLUB
To create poise, confidence and self-assurance
in its members is the purpose of the Forensic Club.
This organization is composed of four divisions.
They are with their sponsors: Public Speaking,
Miss Helen Brown: Spelling, Mrs. Fred Knippg
Reading, Miss Marie Consong and debating, Mr.
Each year the club sponsors students from the
school to represent the respective divisions of Glass
in the activities of the district meetings.
Betty Cooper, Barbara Arthur, and Bill. Loyd
represented the Reading Division in the district
forensic meet at Danville. Kenneth VVhite and
Betty McLennan went for the Public Speaking
Division and Bettye Thomas was the sehool's top
speller. The debating team was composed of six
members: Eleanor Hovda, Judy Hardesty, Carlton
Snow, Bill Young, Don Lloyd, and Ted Foster. The
two girls were responsible for composing the re-
buttle files for the debates and acting as alternates
in the absence of one of the boys. The subject for Tl d I t. d. tl 1 nd
debate this year was: Resolved: "That United le Cjamg team ISCUSSCS le D105 a
. . . . ' ff " 'd.
States foreign aid should be substantially in- como Olelgual
Standing: A. Moon, B. Young, B. Loyd, B. Arthur, D. Lloyd, S. Flanik, T. Foster, C. Snow, B. Cooper.
Seated: Miss H. Brown, B. A. Harris, C. Knight, J. Hardesty, Ml'. Mumper.
Miss Conson, A. Chambers, J. Hardesty, and
B. Harris plan the assembly schedule.
All of E. C. Glass becomes one huge family as
the halls swarm with people heading' for the audi-
torium where the efforts of the Assembly Com-
Miss Marie Conson, sponsor, is the real spark
plug in the committee's spirit.
In the fall the Honor League .-'Xsseinbly set us
off on a good start for the year. Later Mrs. Pemberton
and the Choir led us in a sing which perked up every-
one for the whole day.
The beautiful Christmas Pageant represented the
highest quality in music, in Biblical reading, and in
the portrayal of the characters in the nativity
To start off the New Year, Mr. Don Lonnie in-
spired us all with a grand speech challenging us
to adopt and live up to the highest Christian ideals.
In March the Scottish Band from Radford Col-
lege sent us to the "I-Iighlandsu with their bag-
pipe music. March 27th was the anxiously awaited
National Honor Society Assembly.
Judy Hardesty N. Barbara Harris All Chambers
Chairman Secretary Treasurer
Back Row: B, Loyd, B. Harris, L. Seibert, N. Creed, L. Bailey, K. Scruggs, J. Robortsim, S. Ilir-kson, A. IIGl'ShiIPI'g'l'I', L. Mosby.
S4-Cond Row: X. Bond, B. Pettyjohli, B. Cooper, A. Chambers, J. IIardesty, B. Harris, C. Knight, C. Nelson, Bliss Consort,
First Row: B. Newton, K. Scruggs, B. Butler, L. Stansbury, E. Ilovda, S. Beardniore.
The Library Council is made up of students who
are willing to give up their free period, or time in
the mornings, to help the baffled and the Hhurry-
ing" type of student to find exactly the right book.
Each member of the council enjoys his work be-
cause he knows he is helping Miss Elizabeth
Yincent and Mrs. Mildred Dabney, our librarians,
to 'have more time for the other jobs besides the
The jobs oi the Library Council vary from check-
ing permits to placing book covers on the bulletin
boards. Some of the other jobs are checking books,
collecting fines, filing cards, and finding and put-
ting books back on the shelves.
These aides must have a thorough knowledge
of the library in order to be of use in finding books
and giving directions to those Who need them.
Throughout Glass' history there has always been
a Library Council to aid the students and the
Q. Adams, R. Mosby, and C. Burton explain
the infornianon in the card catalogue.
Back Row: K. Stinson, B. Sydnor, Mrs. Dabney, Miss Vincent, K. Terrell, A. Arthur, T. Sweeney, J. Armes, R. Mosby, D. Feagans, J.
Viar, D. Schley.
Second Row: B. Klein, E. Haymes, J. Adams, S. Hickson, F. Arms trong, S. Hunt, Q. Adams.
First Row: Ii. Huffman, M. M. Brown, S. Allen, M. Shelton, S. Swift.
DAVID GARRICK CLUB
The David Garrick Club, ably directed by Miss
Virginia Wiley and Miss Jane Barringer, is com-
posed of fifty members, selected from a group of
apprentices. An apprentice is one who has worked
on any phase of the play production: acting, stage-
craft, business managing or committees. The ex-
ecutive committee composed of the officers and
two members elected at large is responsible for
selecting new members who have rendered faith-
ful, hard work.
The fall play, lane Eyre, involved a great amount
of work, for distinct British accents were required.
This didn't hinder the actors, however, for the play
proved to be one of the best. i
The one act contest play, Box and Cox was a very
unusual and delightful comedy. The play was en-
tered in competition among the schools of the
Western District and received a "very high dis-
l tinguisfhedu rating. Box and Cox then received a
P, Lynn, 5, Hickgon, J, Hardesfy and B, superior rating in the state play festival. The
Loyd prepare to watch dress rehearsal in the judge remarked that the acting was professional
auditorium. and a remarkable performance was displayed.
Sarah Hickson Judy Hardesty Bill Loyd Pete Lynn
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Back Row: J. Adams, J. Hoge, L. Taylor, D. Lloyd, B. Martin, T. Houck, M, Anthony, J. Taylor, M1 Williams, Mr. Johnson.
Fourth Row: L. Bailey, A. Moon, W. Jester, N. Coleman, B. Carr, B. Bank, D. Wilcher, B. Loyd, S. Flanik, J. Hardesty, M. Vifalker,
S. Bridges, S. Hickson, B. Harris.
Third Row: B. Tweedy, J. Porter, F. Mitchell, E. Stone, B. Arth ur, M. Brown, K. Terrell, P. Loyd, M'. Somers, R. Morris, D. Hunt,
l'. Schley, C. Nelson, Bond, S. Epling.
Second Row: G. Moskowitz, G. Matthews, A. Percy, Miss Wiley.
First Row: Miss Barringer, J. Ryon, L. Scruggs, B. Quillian, L. Gl1ggUYlllClIIlEI', J. Bowler, G. Nuff, B. Cooper, IJ. Candler, B. Mc:-
Lcnnan, K. Scruggs, C. Knight, B. Pettyjolm.
The Glass Palette is a fairly new club consisting
of pupils from the various art classes. It is under
the guidance of Mrs. Robert S. Fuller, who has had
wide artistic training that includes a visit recently
to Europe and who is an artist of recognition, and
so these young Rembrandts have had a Walking
art gallery as their sponsor.
The Palette meets monthly after school in Mrs.
Fuller's room. The meetings have been greatly
varied in their programs which have featured
slides, speakers, and artistic games.
The future members are voted into the club by
the present members on the basis of their interest
and hard work in the field of art. There are now
The purpose of the Glass Palette is to give its
members a knowledge and appreciation of art.
The murals at Lynchburg General Hospital were
painted by the members of the Palette last year.
Karen Scruggs Sandy Rawlings
Officers: S. Rawlings, K. Scruggs, L. Taylor,
A. Racer. I
Lida Taylor Alice Racer
L4-ft to Right: C. Sandifer, J. Steinmetz, J. Campbell, Mrs. Fuller, B. Shafer, A. Hatfield, B. James, L. Wright, L. Taylor, K.
Scruggs, A. Racer, Hapgootl, P. Loyd, K. Irvin, F. Harper.
Not Pictured: S. Rawlings, M. Leftwieh.
The purpose of the Science Club is to encourage
and foster an interest in science. The club is open
to any Glass student who displays a scientific in-
Often the member's first taste of science is very
sour. He has to swallow biology, chemistry, and
physics all in one afternoon. Any new member who
has just been' initiated can testify that it is a
rather large dose.
After planning, building, and painting a model of
an oxygen atom the club was forced to set their
creation in the stockroom. The Senior llay Parade
had been cancelled.
Activities this year were well planned, both by
the Sponsor, Mr. A. Fielder, and the program
committee. Several students gave demonstrations
on their science hobbies or interests. One very fine
program was presented by a laboratory technician
at Memorial Hospital. Field trips included the new
filtration plant, the airport, Reusens, and Lynch-
S. Flanik, S. Blankenship, R. Booth and burg Engraving Company. Excellent films such as
M- F- GOFC discuss the Pfogfam f0f the next "The Strange Case of the Cosmic Rays" rounded
meeting' out the club's program for the year.
Richard Booth Mary Foster Gore
Stcvc Blankenship Sally Flanik
Back Row: B. Tinsley, J. Hoge, B. Martin, J. Evans, B. McGhee, T. Beckner, G. Pace, H. Cobb, Mr. Fielder.
Third Row: L. Bailey, R. Garrett, J. Adams, S. Blankenship, A. Mmm, J. Hamilton, M. F. Gore, J. Porter.
Second Row: U. Tiietz, S. Flanik, E. Scott, L. Taylor, I. W'oodson, R. Booth, lll. Gowin, S. VValke1', D. Cohen, G. lfoskowitz, C.
lficlclvr, S. llook.
First. Row: D. Wilcl1e1',ll. lllgglllllillllillll, 'l'. l"oste1', A. Bla-idling, li. Bowen, li. llorner, ll. Nlieklt-s, K, Sytlnor, ll. lln-lnls-rson, L.
The twenty-seven members of the Glass Latin
Club have had an exciting and adventurous year
delving' into ancient Roman life and customs and
seeing slides, visiting modern Greece and Italy.
At different monthly meetings the members had
their fortunes told by a sibyl at the Oracle of
Delphig celebrated the Roman Christmas, the
Saturnalia: and received a valentine. not in linglish,
but in Latin. They also heard the story of how
Valentines Day began and received expert advice
about love from Ovid.
Mr. James S. Constantine made his third visit
to the Club, and took the "Romans" with him from
south to Pompeii by means of slides he had
the summer before. Then Mrs. Janice
Benario, a Latin teacher at Sweet Briar College,
on her first visit, took the devotees of Latin north
to the land and country dear to the poet Horace.
The last meeting of the Club was a dinner meet-
ing when the present day Romans
ate an Italian
J. Hardesty, B. Newton, V. Allen, B. Futrell
and Lisa XVood contemplate whether to dis-
cuss Cicero or Caesar at the next meeting.
Back Row: K. Terrell, Miss Cox, D. Vaughan, B. Loyd, M. Hill, L. Seilsert, M. R. Joidan.
Second Row: K. Younger, J. lieesee, B. L. North, D. Candler, B. Cooper, li. Hovda, li. Huffman.
First Row: P. Loyd, A. Iiershberger, V. Allen, B. Newton, J. Hardesty, B. Futrell, A. Martin, B. Libby.
Back Row: T. Hapgood, W. Cooke.
Front Row: A. Hershberger, B. Thomas.
Anne Gayle Hershberger
The French Club, under the sponsorship of Miss
VVilkinson, meets the second Vtfednesday of each
month. This group gathers at the home of one of the
members, and everyone is busily polishing up on his
French. If one were to intrude on this group of 'Ile
francais" linguists, he might think he had just
gotten off the US. S. United Statesi' arriving in France.
During Christmas meetings the members of the
club busied themselves with a very worthy cause.
Each member brought old clothes from home and
added them to the growing pile brought by their
colleagues. These clothes will certainly help
brighten the coming' year for needy French
The major accomplishment of the year was a
play written in French by several members of the
club. Their efforts were rewarded when a talented
cast of rising new stars from the period two French
class acted out the play.
Back Row: J. M. Robertson, B. Patrick, P. Richlin, E. Overstre et, R. Wood, E. Ruffin, S. Hickson.
Third Row: A. Martin, L. Kennedy, B. Pettyjohn, J. Ketchie, K. Scruggs, A. Hite, G. Haywood, D. Hickman, E. Bradford,
Second Row: A. Percy, S. G. Shepherd, W. Cooke, Il. Thomas, A. Hershbcrgcr, T. Hapgood, M. F. Gore, P. Ford, B. Tallmun.
First Row: B. Puttcson, N. Bond, J. Kidd, M. Walker, V. Allen, Scay.
The Spanish Club, composed of all the students
who take second year Spanish, is one of the liveliest
and most interesting clubs in the school. The club
meeis on a Thursday night, once a month, in the
home of one of the members. The meetings are
held from 7:l5-S:l5 and prompt arrival and de-
parture are stressed by La Senora Knipp, the
Spanish teacher. From the time the first member
arrives at the meeting until the l'resident adjourns
the business meeting only Spanish is spoken. Alter-
wards the members revert to speaking English.
After the business meeting one never knows
what might happen. Mrs. Knipp might tell about
her trip to Spain, show pictures of this, or the
group might have a Mexican "cena', or a pinata
party at which a paper donkey filled with gifts for
all is broken by a blindfolded boy or girl. Anyway
whatever else a student does he can always be
sure that he'll enjoy being' a member of the Spanish
Back Row: Bill Young, H. C. Thaxton.
Front Row: Linda Stansbury, Betsy Tweedy
I-I. C. Thaxton
Bac-li Row: li. Ilundley, li. Duck, S. Oglesby, B. Young, T. Ivriglrl., X. Tholnpson, II. Green, J. xV?llk9I', IJ. Sandidge, A. Moyer.
'l'l1irdRow: J. Pleasants, W. Gary, J. Duke, B. Harris, S. Hogan, N. Lukin, J. Noel, B. Harris, C. Knight, II. C. 'l'haxton, .I
Second Row: li. Tweedy, F. Phillips, MZ Tucker, B. Klein, B. Peore, B. Hurt, B. Rich, Mrs. Knipp, C. Burton, C. Potter.
First Row: H. Bond, M. Lankford, C. Mason. M. M. Brown, M. I-'rc-ese, L. Stnnsbury, J. Wilbnrn, A. Farrar, A. Rornbnugh.
J. Dobyns, J. Richardson, N. Deacon and
1. Nicholas discuss some unfinished business.
F. B. L. A.
"Seek to develop business leadership, character,
and community and school servicefl This is the
goal which the members of the F. B. L. A. have
endeavored to attain. Last summer several mem-
bers attended the summer conference at Mas-
sanetta, where they planned the year's activities.
These business leaders have completed many pro-
jects such as: preparation and distribution of notices
for the homerooms during American Education lVeek,
assistance in evening school registration, sale of books
and supplies, and a field- trip to the bank.
A contribution to the annual VVLVA Christmas
party and a club party were among their projects.
Several members attended the State meeting in
Roanoke in April. Many also attended the Regional
meeting at Longwood 'College and participated in
such contests as speech, scrapbook, bulletin board,
exhibits, spelling, and Miss F. B. L. A.
This year, as has been true since its organization,
the Lynchburg Chapter of F. B. L. A. was spon-
sored by Mrs. liurmahln, and has produced many
successful business men and women.
Buck Row: Mrs. Burmahln, M. Coleman, N. Settle, J. Dodson, S. Sublett, G. Rngluml, J. Dobyns.
Si-mini Row: Marshall, C. J. Myers, W. Rhodes, B. ltoark, L. Thurston, P. Dawson, S. Blankenship.
First Row: R. Al'l,illlI', D. Cule, J. Nicholas, S. Lee, J. Crist, N. Deacon, L. Tomlin, J. Rieliardsnn, B. Reams, M. Johnson.
F. H. A.
Glassls forty-eight Future I-lomemakers of
America meet once a month with their advisers,
Mrs. Feagans, Mrs, Mayberry, and Miss Suther-
land, to plan various projects for the club.
ln October the F. HQ .-X. prepared refreshments
for a faculty tea. During December the club and
homemaking classes dressed 165 dolls for the
Salvation Army, and made angel robes for the
Christmas pageant. As a money making' project,
the girls sold Christmas cards and stationery.
During' National F. H. A. XYeek Qlarch 24th-
28thj each club member entered into a family
activity concerning careers in homemaking. Some
of the members participated in the annual flower
show sponsored by the Lynchburg Council of Garden
ln' the spring the club baked cookies for veterans
in the veterans' hospital in Roanoke, Va. The In-
dustrial Arts Club Conference was entertained by
a fashion show 'given by F. I-l. A. members. lix-
hibits revealing the efforts of the club were pre-
sented on the l'. T. KX. Achievement Night.
l.. Smith, E, Brown, J. Bobbitt and S. Hesson
might be discussing a new recipe.
liar-li Row: J. Dobson. R Spun-ff, Siihleti, li. 'l'yree, H. J. Vfliiivlaeaifl, I.. D. Smith, S. lil-sson, ii. Brown. J. Bobhitt, J.
Wrigrlif, Y. Syllnor, ll. Williams, li. Morris, A. Supp, S. Parker.
Fourth Row: Miss Sllllll"l'lfillIl. NI, Freesv, ll. Layne, N. Lowe,
'l'hirll Row: XI. Colm-nlzln, P. Marsh, J. Noel, J. Porter, J. llarri s, l.. Hill, Ili. llowerton, A. Kimball, L. Brooks, K. l'a4.lgett. l
Sm-oinl Row: J, SfPl'lI4', B. Klein, l'. While, J. Imnun, J, l'eters, H. Jackson, ll. Arthur, Xl. Bailey, G. Anderson.
First Row: Nl. f.i2lI'l'0lillll, P. Cuffin, B. C.'u1'r, X. Clllblllilll, V. Owen, J. Morris.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
R. Chambers, I.. Watts, A. Graham.
The E. C. Glass junior Red Cross strives to help
high school students become active members in
their home, school, and community. The program
is directed by a school junior lied Cross chairman.
The organization offers its services to the local
chapter of the ,Xnierican Red Cross. yXlthoug'h the
work is mostly voluntary, the ,Red Cross Chapter
in our school is always willing to help in time of
distress, emergency or disaster.
Membership in the junior .Red Cross Council
includes one representative selected from each
homeroom. This council is under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Cecilia Doyle and Mrs. Mary Ellen james, who
are appointed by the principal.
The organization opened its year with the fall
membership drive which is an annual activity. This
year, donations amounted to 376.70 in addition to
contribution's received through the United Fund.
The money collected makes up the chapter service
The students at Glass feel that the junior Red
Cross is as important as any other organization in
our school in developing a desire to help others.
Lynn VVatts Rebecca Chambers Anne Graham
President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer
11 Row: D. Bradley, C. Burton, M. Crown, K. Bradford, N. Lowe, l'. Moore, J Dirom, J. Thornhill, II. C. Tlmxtun, N. Royer,
NI Somers, G. Pickerel.
Iluid Row: H. Hienkle, M1 Sydnor, A. Burnctte, V. Thornhill, M. Fridley, S. Scott, S. Carter, B. Storey, S. Lee, B. Hosek.
Suoml Row: D. Compton, J. Ragland, J. Ayers, S. Putt, li. Martin, N. Settle, S. Falwell.
Inst Row: D. Luther, J. Snow, L. Dickens, J. Wright, D. Smith, G. Mathews, J. McGraw.
D. E. CLUB
Fifty-sfive persons, from the two class sections, make
up the membership of this year's Distributive Educa-
tion Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Anice Howell,
This year, a sales campaign was conducted to
raise money for the club activities, with each class
section composing' a competing team. A banquet
was held at Loch Haven Lodge December 11. The
club participated in the annual VVl,Vi-'X Christmas
Party by contributing Sl5.00 and furnishing twelve
collectors with cars. Nancy Turnley represented
the Club in two public presentationsfAmerican
Education Wleek Assembly and PTA Guidance
At the district D. E. contest meeting held at the Ap-
pomattox High School on February 26, Glass won
many top awards.
At the State Convention held in Richmond March
9-ll, the Club won Superior rating for its total per-
formance. Gene Gallagher won third place in job
Interview, Sandra West won second place in Areas
of llistribution Manual, and Nancy Turnley was
awarded the trophy for D. Student of the Year
of District Y.
Co-Secretaries, N. Turnley, F. Moss.
Co-Presidents, F. Crist, B. Cawthorne
President-Bucky Cawthorne, Fay Moss
Vice-President-Jimmy Gibson, Irma Page
Secretary-Treasurer-Faith Crist, Nancy Turnley
Back Row: D. Cznnpliell, ll. fi2lll2lgllEf1', C. Carter, B. Peters, K. Bri-nt, J. Gibson, li. lVat.son, li. Smith, ll. Hudson, ll. J. C00
C. Wiles, D. Feugmls, J. Kiger.
Ser-ond Row: B. J, Myers, F. Crist, C. Rt-ynolwls, C. Daniel, T. May, Ii. 1'l1il1lrt-ss, 'I', Ilnrper, R, ll:1r'kwortl1, U. Robertson, N. Turn
S. llnni, 1'. Jeffersoll, C. Jl1st,is, C. Cox, R. Svott, C. TIIJIIIIRS, F. xvttllilllfl, H. Manson, W. llm'rvtt..
First liow: C. I'ult':ltes, J. YVitl1e1's, B. 1"o1'il, XV. Day, F. Moss, B. Cawthorne, Nl. Dooley, l'. lVm.le, I. Page, S. lVest, J. C03
L. Cunn e and ID. Greene Udng upn the
nioney for lunch.
STUDENT CAFETERIA I-IELPERS
Always cheerful and ready to lend a helping
hand-these are the Student Cafeteria Helpers. We
are really indebted to this fine team who have
done a wonderful job in making the cafeterias
pleasant places. VVhile we are enjoying our lunches,
there is much Work done which we donlt even know
Have you ever wondered who cleans the dishes
and puts them on the conveyor belt, who puts them
in racks and sends them through a dishwasher, and
who takes the dishes out of the racks and places
them in their proper places? This is the work of
the Dish Handlers of whom, Mr. Ramsey is in charge.
Another group of the Student Cafeteria Helpers include
the 'bank runners, change distributors, cashiers, and
statisticians under the supervision of Mr. Burinahln.
Responsibility for the conduct of students and
the cleanliness of
Mr. Racer, with
rector, in charge
the cafeteria is under three gen-
Miss Howell, Mr. Fielder, and
Mrs. Ruth Shore, Cafeteria di-
of the entire operation.
Hur-k Row: li. Glass, A. liirhy, ll. F. Dawson, C. Bane, D. Ar llllll', D. L. Tlmxton, A. Kurtz, J. Harrr-y, Xl. Willis, R. Noel,
l'. lflll'l'llSS, L. L::,wlioi'ne, J. lferillo, Mr. Rxlnisey.
Hem-ml Row: l'. Manley, L. llieks, J lYm'v4-ll, W. Lankfiwwl, C. White, P. Bowling, R. Taylor, ll. lloefle, NV. Allen, L. Sluinp, ll.
flllllllilllll, li. liroixn, E: Fealggzliis, ll Dunn.
l"ilsl Row: L. Unmbie, l'. l"z1i1iiei', C. Rich, ll. Twis4l:1lv, l", Vl'rigli1, J. Elder, T, Uunuld, R. Craig, R. Maybei'ry.
At cash registi-r: D. Greene, C. Sliownltel'.
The Y-Teen Department of the Y. W. C. A., under
the direction of Mrs. Jeanette Scott, has participated
in various projects and activities during the year.
The Y-Teens began their year with the installation
of the new officers in November. As its first activity,
the club decorated a car for the Senior Day Parade.
Next, came the Christmas dance for the Y-Teen mem-
bers. One of the most outstanding activities was a
money-making project, a potato chip sale. The Y-
Teens have also carried out many successful social
events suclh as swimming, horseback riding, and bake
In the spring the members held a Spring Dance.
Other spring activities included hikes and picnics. A
senior tea was given for the senior 11lC111'lDC1'S of the
club. There was also a Mother-Daughter Banquet and
The greatest activity in which the Y-Teens engaged
was the planning of a trip to Canada which will be
taken in the summer. Also, during the summer months,
many of the senior 1ne1nbers become counselors at Camp
Officers: E. Ferguson, S. Rubenstein, B
Sublett, I. Burch.
Ellen Ferguson Sandra Rubenstein Betty Sublett Julie Burch
President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Membership Chairman
Standing: X. Rhmlcnhizer, K. Martin. P. Marsh, L. Scott, B. Giles L. Hudson, 0. Fontaine,
Seated: B. Sublett, S. Rubenstein, E. Ferguson, J. Burch.
"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the
honie, school, and conununity high standards ol Chris-
tian character" is its purpose, and "clean speech, clean
sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living" the
platlorni to which Cdass's sixty Tri-Hi-Y inenrbers
This year the club has helped decorate lor the SCA
hops, has been active in the city Blue Crutch Drive,
has entertained the stafl at the Cjnggenheiiner Hospital
for Christmas, and has attended as a body once a nionth
a different church.
To raise money ifor the purpose of carrying on their
work. this group served suppers for other groups and
sold lr'hy111i1zg .S'fWee's. They held their own annual
Rice Supper in january to raise money for lVorld
In April, delegates were sent to the Model General
Asseinlbly in Richmond, where this year they set a
record for the number of bills passed: and eacwh suin-
iner the club is represented at Blue Ridge, North Caro-
lina, where the club leaders are trained.
Left to right: I. Barber, N. Creed, K. Hansen
Nancy Creed Bonnie Butler Karen Hansen Ierleen Campbell
President Treasurer President Treasurer
jane Baller Betsy Tweedy Judy Hardesty Sheila llogan
Vice-President Chaplain Vice-President Chaplain
Ellen Childers Barbara A. Harris
Nancy McBrayer Sandra Johnston
Baek Row: F. Phillips, K. Irvin, L. SCl'1lg',Ll'S, A. Martin, S. Gardner, P. VV:-bb, J. Harris, B. Fielder, E. Page, M, Hall, B. Harris,
B. Rich, Ii. Proffitt, K. Padgett.
Third Rr-xr: U. Brvzm, K, Younger, J. 'l'lnn'nliill, P. Marsh, J. Storne, B. Moon, S. Epling, Ir. K. lludson, J, T'xve4-dy, S. lVll2ll,l'lj',
A. itlllglltlll, D. llieknmn, M. M. Brown, I'. Wade, J. llrnnillon.
Second Row: L. Nlf'fll'llXY, W. Davis, B-. 'l'wx-erly, N. Nic-Brayer, B. Butler, li. tliililersr N. Creed, Miss IC. Brown. li. Hansen, ll.
Harris, .I. Camplnrll, S. Johnston, S. Hogan.
First Row: II. Soulhhall, G. lllzulln-xvs, li. Ilradford, M. Tholnpson, .l. Balmer, li. Webb, Ii. llnncuin, J. llzlrdesty, l'. Sweeney, B. Ilurt,
B. Most-ly, G. Knight, A. FU,Y'I'i1l', J. Ilulu-, V. Allen, J. lietehie.
It is the desire of every Hi-Y member to set ex-
amples of Christian actions in the high school. The
purpose of Hi-Y is "To create, main-tain, and extend
throughout the home, school, and community high
standards of Christian character." Any boy who is in
his sophomore, junior, or senior year in high school is
eligible for memibership.
ln the fall of the year the Hi-Y split into two sepa-
rate groups due to the marked increase in membership.
XVith service to others as their theme. the two clubs
co-operated fully in many community projects such as
assisting the Salvation Army during Christmas time,
having a Christmas party for less fortunate children,
and sponsoring Easter services at the school. Other
highlights of the year were a trip to New York and an
address 'by Governor Almond.
The club also received an ACE rating which is the
highest honor that can come to a Hi-Y club.
The year could never have been so successful without
the able assistance of Mr. V. Howard Ford and Mr.
C. I. Van Cleve who acted as advisers.
Left to right: L. Bailey, L. Mosby
Robertson, VV. Cooke.
Leland Bailey Buck Bradley Leyburn Mosby Harry Green
President Treasurer President Treasurer
John Mott Robertson Ben Newton XVylie Cooke Bill Chambers
Vice-President Chaplain Vice-President Chaplain
Howard Cobb Tim Hapgood
Back Row: D. Spencer, J. Steinmetz, T. Thornhill, B. Newton, R. Berry, W. Cooke, T. Hapgoml, R. Fauber, B. Thomasson I
l'lr-usants, E. Wilkes, B. Ilowerton.
'l'hir1l Row: T. Foster, J. Adams, J. Ryon, A. Chambers, C. Nowlin, J. Viar, B. Young, T. Ilrwurck, A. llzlyes, R. L. Tax or
Scconml Row: Tl Wright, A. Sydnor, B. Parker, R. Booth, D. Gil es, B. Pettit, B. Chamlbers.
First Row: J. Runiburg, D. Lloyd, B. Pugh, D. McGregor, T. Crafton, B, Bradley, Garrard, A. Moyer, J. Walker, J. bpcncci
On Bench: B. Storey, Shepherd.
Standing: N. Sullivan, S. Dogion, C. Moon,
Accompanist: B. 1. Hawkins Knot pietured.D
"Learning to sing" is the purpose of the girls' chorus
which is composed of Mrs. Wooclis 'first period class.
Mrs. Margaret Wcmo-cl is new to us at Glass, but she
has done a splendid job of taking over the chorus which
was under the direction of Mrs. Joyce Bailey the first
semester. Although the members of the chorus have
not periformed this year, the time and effort they have
spent on their music is clearly noticeable. Most of the
girls in the chorus are ninth graders: and, by the ex-
perience gained there, they are prepared to go on to
the Glee Club and Choir. This year of choral founda-
tion is very important and helps the girls to appreciate
and understand music to its greatest extent.
VVith a great amount of fun and pleasure, the chorus
has found that singing is an enjoyable way to spend
A pleasing sextet, made up of members of the chorus,
participated in the animal Talent Show. Although the
chorus receives little recognition, their compensation
is the rich enjoyment they get from music.
Back Row: S. Knight, E. Hudson, F. Floyd, M. Sorrillo, L. Falwell. J. Parker, A. Bfurncttc, G. Sprousc, H. Gilliam, P. Tinsley,
D. Huff, M. F. Booker.
Sc-cond Row: li. Smith, A, flraham, S. F, Slit-pherrl, S. llowdy, N. Sullivan, L. Jenkins, K. Bryant, C. A'l'0llll2ll'l, G. Simpson, M.
Winrlle, ti. llonig, B. J. llawkins.
First Row: l'. fiillispie, li. Xlartin, Xl. flIIllIlSUll, ll. llarris, J. l'aI'liel', C. liuunles, S, Dutlgion, U. Storey. ll. M'4'i1llJWS, L. Plunkett,
M. Loving, tl. Moon.
If you "just love to sing" our Choir offers you a
glorious opportunity! The Choir of E. C. Glass has
lived up to its purpose by showing tihe students the
beauty and value of music in their lives.
The Choir is under the direction of Mrs. jean Pem-
berton. Through her encouragement and inspiration,
its membership 'has risen to new heights.
The Choir has participated in many activities during
the year. In Uctoiber they entertained the P. T. A.
for the Back-To-School Night Program. They led the
student body in an Assembly Sing in November. The
Choir, after much practicing and hard work, rendered
a most inspirational program of 'Christmas music in
December. For the Brotherhood Week Assembly the
Choir presented suitable selections. Un March 25 the
group again sang for the P.T.A. on Guidance Night.
The highlight of their year was the Spring Concert
on April 25. The central theme of this concert was
"Around the VVorld Music."
Those selected for All-State Choir, which was held
in Martinsville, were: first soprano, Nancy Royer,
first alto, Penny Ford, second alto, Sandra Ruiben-
stein, first tenor, Aubrey Hayes, ifirst tenor, Gary
Pace, and second bass, Oscar Aylor.
O. Aylor, S. Rubenstein and P. Ford discuss
the words to a new song.
Oscar Aylor Helene Jackson Sandra Rubenstein Penny Ford
President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Accompanist
liaek Row: P. Ford, M. Smith, M. McKenna, C. Snow, T. Becknor, YV. McDaniel, G. Olinger, C. Poston, L. Hyman, 0. Aylor,
W. Blondino, J. Quarles, H. Gruff, F. Siinonize, J. Spencer, S. Shepherd, N. Green, N. Lukin.
Third Row: Haber, Rubenstein, G. Carwile, S. Blattox, F. Fi tzgerald, S. Newton, B. Hykes, Curtis, A. Kurtz, C. Trent, li.
Johnson, Ii. Story, C. Sandifer, 'l'. Thornslniry, J. Campbell, S. Miller.
Second Row: Mr. Goode, l'. Mays, B. Viar, C, Sterling, M. L, Plunkett, ll. Jackson, G. Pzlev, H. Gardner, D. Wrighl,lf1. Minnirdi,
A. Hayes, A. Moyer, A. Robinson, J. Bailey, I., Roystvr, J. Richardson, I". Phillips, P. Wade, li. Childers.
First Row: M. Iil'ZIl'flIl'llH'U, M. Case, YV. Ford, l'. Kelly, R, Hudson, C. Gnrrnrd, J. Blum, R, Harris, B. Willard, J. Propst, l'.
Allen, N. Royer, il. Ilnywood, J. livvsee, li. Coop:-r, E. Nm-ll, Mrs. l,t'll1lD9l'f0ll.
A. Lonergan, B. Franklin, B. Harris, K. Han-
sen, and B. Conner try their luck on a piano
One of the most enthusiastic and delightful organiza-
tions in our school is the Glee Clulb. Under the 'direc-
tion off Mrs. jean Pemberton, this group has given the
students a knowledge and an enjoyment of good music.
Throughout the year the Glee Club has performed
on various occasions for the school and its guests.
During the week of Thanksgiving they presented
beautiful selections in keeping with the spirit of thank-
fulness and our American heritage. The Glee Club
also participated with the Choir in the Assembly Sing
in November when the girls led the students in the
singing of old 'classics and popular arrangements.
At the annual Christmas Pageant this group added
much to the sacredness of the Christmas season. Along
with the Choir and Girls' Chorus, the Glee Club showed
us the true meaning of Christmas. On April 25 after
much hard work, they showed the results of a good
year's Work in their performance in the spring concert.
The community, parents, students, and all music
lovers have certainly 'benefited and found enjoyment
from this harmonious group.
Back Row: BI. Snead, li. Hansen, B. Harris, B. Ryan, S. Adams, P. Lang, J. McGraw, S. May, R. lieesec, L. Tllompsou, A. Lonergnn,
Ser-mul Row: I.. lfrixuklin, P. Str-lun-ite, L. Hanna, P. Johnson, B., Franklin, D, Yvilffllilll, U. Raglanul, C. A. Taylor, D. Woodlief,
B. Conner, B. i'll'tlllkllll. S. llatherwoocl.
First Rvwi Mr. ffooflo, II. C'lem1nons. F. Moyer, L. Ronrrl, R. Riley, R. Chambers, Moss. B. Duff, C. Garrett, B. Pinkelton, J.
Millei. l'. Cllihlress, Mrs. Pemberton.
The C. Glass Senior Band, directed by Mr. Cloyd
Vermilion, leads the Department of instrumental Mu-
sic. The Concert band is composed of 72 members who
are selected according to their ability from a larger
Band practices began during the summer months in
order to make the band ready to begin its regular sea-
son with skill and precision. E
During the football season the band was a familiar
highlight at parades, pep rallies, and football games
helping to cheer the team. It attended a twenty-seven
band festival in Roanoke, Virginia, which consisted of
a parade and participation in the V.M.l.-V.P.I. fresh-
man football game. Some of the band members com-
peted and won honors in the All-State Band and VVork-
shop. XVhen concert season arrived, the band went to . I g
Danville to compete in a competitive festival of concert C- Mefedlfhr K- Duck, R- Rlddlcki amd
music. Assembly programs have been greatly aided by
the 'high spirited music our band produces from the
orchestra pit. In the spring the marching band par-
ticipated in the Pulpwood and Dogwood festival in
R. Lindsay make plans for the band.
Cowles Meredith Dan Riddick Steve Brodie Kenneth Duck
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
fiat? flow: P. Penney, P. Foster, P. Coulson, W. Tongue, B-. Perkins, T. Harris, M. Hodges, D, Wood, D. Riddick, C. Meredith,
L 'o emun.
Fourth Row: R. Long, M. Saunders, W, Hawkins, W. King, R. Lin dsey, F. Farmer, M. Overstreet, J. White, L. Mnttox, W. Raines,
B. Crump, M. Drumheller, D. Robertson.
Third Row: E. Hyman, N. Rhodenhizer, J. Stewart, J. Settle, B-. llzarls, K. Duck, S. Brodie, N. Wingfield, R. Watson, D. Miekles,
C. Poss, L. Webb, R. Hogan, B. Mosely.
Second Row: J. Hoffarth, P. White, C. Bailey, S. Wert, B. Knight, M. Firkin, D. Cnnningliann, J. Bing, D. Sandidgc, B. Martin, N.
Pzist-hal, J. Thompson, J. Wilkerson, P. Hogan, P. Winfree, G. Stipe.
First Row: K. Ayers, D. Bowling, C. Gentry, C. Poston, B. Par sons, R. lliner, J. Mays, C. Myers.
FRESHMAN AND JUNIOR BAND
Following in the footsteps of the Senior Band are the
junior and Freshman Bands. These two enthusiastic
groups, made up of musically-talented students from
the eighth and ninth grades. have worked hard this
year in their training for participation in the Senior
Band. Making up three fourths of the total school
Band, they have, because of their -faithful practicing
and expert training in playing and marching, added
much to the Senior Band.
This spring they participated in the District Six
Music Festival, which was a contest held March 15th
at Cave Springs in Roanoke. In April they played in
the All-School Music Festival. Among their activities
in May were the Dogwood and Pulpwood Festivals
in Vinton, Virginia. They also participated in the
Achievement Night program here in the Glass Audi-
The l957-58 junior and Freshman Bands, under the
direction of Mr. Vermilion, have done a grand job and
the students can well expect great things from them
in the future.
J. Thompson, B. Mosely, S. Witt and L.
Mattox recall the excitement experienced at
the music festival.
Hawk R:w.': 'l'. -l2ll!Il'I'S4Y11, R. Watson, J. Bonnlr. ll. XVilclw1', C. Finley.
'l'hi1'nl Row: C. Builvy. E. lijlllilll, N. Rlnulenhizcr, L. Mzlttnx, B-. I.ong', M, Hnnnders, li. Foss, -l. Franklin, XV. M'cL:1ughlin, B. Ware,
li No eh li lla un
-. ,I Fig, . ' xg' . J, Reid.
Sn-mnnl Row: J, llnffzlrth, S, Morris. ll, Knight.lJ.Cunnil1g.tl1ru11, J. Bing. H. Wert, NI. lfirkin, tl. Stipe, J. Thompson, 1. Winfree,
S. Hitt-ln-y, l.. Fwlilu-, t'. Nllllllfl
lfirsr Iinw: .I. Holm-1's.n1, l'. Stevens, lk, llnuxnw, li. Cfullnlnxn, I.. Clf-ments, S. Witt.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR ORCHESTRA
No school would be complete without the music
of an orchestra. E. C. Glass is fortunate in that it
has two orchestras, the Junior Orchestra and the
Senior Orchestra. The orchestras began the year
under the direction of Mr. Robert Nabors and Mr.
Solon Pitts, and now are directed by Mr. Cloyd
Vermilion. The Senior Orchestra is composed of
twenty-five members and the Junior Orchestra has
seventeen members. Both orchestras combined
with additional members from the Concert Band
compose the Concert Orchestra.
This Concert Orchestra is responsible for the
music in many of our school activities. This year
it played for the David Garrick Club play, Jane Eyre,
the Senior Play, January Thaw, the Spring Concert,
and for the commencement exercises on June Qth.
In December two of the orchestra members were
chosen to attend the all-state orchestra festival in
Richmond, Virginia. On March 15th b-oth orchestras
took part in the Western District Music Festival which
Left to Right: P. Lynn, P. Webb, E.
was held at Cave Springs in Roanoke County. In the Son'
festival they received a first division or superior rating.
Pete Lynn Ellen Ferguson
Langhorne Scruggs Priscilla Webb
Excl-1 Row: J. Wood, C. Hughes, L. '.'.'amlflridge, S. Horton, B. Davis.
Fourth Row: L. Huffman, M. Rust, D. tiillispie, Stennette, M. Taylor, J. Blzmkenship, W. Skinner, L. Scruggs, J. Tcass, I
Webb, S. Barrett.
Third Row: D. Julmson, D. Anderson, D. VV00d,
St-emit! Row: E. Htmu-, J. Apperson, BI. Fridley, T. Mitchell, D. Cash, R. Long, P. Thayer.
First Row: I.. Taylor, E. Ferguson, C. Clements, A. Wilkerson, J. Tuck, M. XVllll2llllSOI1.
1 Varsity Coaches V. D. Beckuer Co-Captains
G. Robinson, Head Coach V. Brad- Faculty Adviser of Athletics Phil Booker, Robin Wood
ford, J. Bryan.
Back Row: Coach Bryan, E. Flippin, 0. Aylor, B. 1l0Y'ViS0ll. B. How:-rton, J. Crallo, W. Johnson, B. Chews,
R. Mc'G:1tha, G. Riddle, J. Vllalker, J. Hoffarth. Q. Adams, F. Hudson, NV. Pettyjohn.
Second Row: Coach Bradford, J. Rumbelrg, IJ. MCC-rvgor, E. Minnicfk, B. Hundloy, R. Mosby, J. Pleaszmiis,
D. Gil:-s, MI Perrow, T. Grafton, J. Gandler, G. White, IJ. Vaughan, R. Berry, A. Moyer, J. Aultice, H. Green,
M. Cunningham, Coach G. Robinson. K
First Row: A. Hayes, L. Mosby, 'l'. Hapgoozl. J. XV. l'ric'o, U. Staples. H, C. 'lvh2lXt0Tl, R. NVoorl, P. Booker,
G. fLinn, R. lflimnzivunt, li. Thonipson, D. Dills. B. Futrcll, E. Oversiroa-t, B. Cawthorne, J. Yizir.
Is this 1955?
A look at the win-loss column of the 1957 E. C.
Glass High School football schedule might deduct
two years from the minds of some Hilltopper foot-
ball followers. In 1955 our team had a record of
8-2. This fall, 1957, the Blue and White finished
8-2. Both losses of 1955 were home games. Again
this year Lynchburg fans saw two defeats. In 1955
it was Jefferson of Roanoke and Andrew Lewis of
Salem dealing the -hard felt blows. In 1957 it was-
you guessed it!
'The excellent coaching staff of V. Bradford,
J. Bryan, and G. Robinson molded the considerable
talent from last year's squad into one co-operative
unit. Led by co-captains Phil Booker and Robin
Wood, the Glass eleven met every aggressor with
eagerness and a desire to win.
The Hilltoppers started their season right with
a ZZ-0 triumph over Halifax. This game saw
second string Dickie Vaughan and John Cralle
lead the attack.
VVilliam Fleming of Roanoke offered more op-
position the next week, but Billy Futrell spear-
headed the Glass attack and brought home a 14-6
Next came the 1956 State champions from
Arlington. The determined Glass sent them home
with a 19-6 loss.
A trip to the coast the following week proved
to be a successful one. The Blue and White over-
powered the highly rated Typhoons of Newport
News with H. C. Thaxton, Glass' power driving
fullback, leading the attack.
Coach Bradford cleared the bench in Danville,
winning easily by a score of 33-7 and running his
winning streak to five. ,
The big game of the year, with jefferson Senior
of Roanoke, was marked by a heavy scoring con-
test. Glass High valiantly fought ,back the Magi-
cian invaders, but had to yield to them 32-20.
A large crowd present for the annual Shrine
game witnessed the 21-7 defeat o-f the Cougars
of Covington. Bradford's reserves saw much action
as Glass climbed back to the winning column. '
On November 2 the Bradfordmen played a
muddy afternoon game in Alexandria and increased
their record to 7-1 with a 14-6 win.
Senior Day at E. C. Glass was full of surprises.
But Senior Night had just one more. A deter-
mined team froin Salem came, struck, and left with
a 1-1'-13 win over the big Blue and White.
The Hilltoppers wound up their season with an
easy 41-0 victory over Fishburne Military Academy.
No season is complete until awards are made,
and the E. C. Glass eleven received their share.
At the team's annual banquet H. C. Thaxton
was named the best back, Phil Booker the best
lineman, Dennis Dills the best blocker, and I: W.
Price, the most valuable player.
Nine Bradfordmen found positions on the West-
ern District teams. Billy Futrell, Phil Booker, and
J. W. Price placed on the first team. H. C. Thax-
ton and Tim Hapgood were named on the second
string. Honorable mentions went to Dickie
Vaughan, Kenneth Thompson, David Staples, and
On the All Group team for Virginia, picked by
the Sports Writers and Casters, Phil Booker re-
ceived a first string award and I. W. Price, Billy
Futrell, and Tim Hapgood received honorable men-
HC THAXTON 7 WBUC
drum HAPGOOD F
20 Natural Bridge 14
l2 Danville 7
32 Amherst O
18 Brookville 6
7 VVm. Fleming 0
25 I-Iargrave Military
53 Salem 35
21 Roanoke 7
Buck Row: Coacli .I. ll. Noe-
:-ht-l, ll. Hooper, L. 'I'uggle, D.
Rolnlrtson, R. Coleman. Man-
ager H. Riley, Ass't'. Coach
Fifth Row: C. Smith, J
Creed, N. Bowling, B. Shafer,
D. Riddick, ll. Grublvs,
Fourth Row: P. Morris, M.
Drulnlic-ller, li. Simpson. B.
Richarrlson, ll. Cox, M. Park-
er, J. Spencer.
Tliiwl Row: T. Floyd, D. Hud-
son. S. Curtis. W. Muneher,
F. Morris, B. XVhitnvy, G.
Svffmul Row: J. Cirello, M.
VVilli:xms, VV. Blonflino. F.
McCann, X. Jcsson, J. Hol-
lingsworth, H. Sackett.
First Row: D. Carter, G.
Staples. A. Parrish, I. Hud-
son, B. Hughes, J. Cheres.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL
The 1957 E. C. Glass junior Varsity football team, led by coaches Noechel and Durrant
and Co-Captains Irby Hudson and Nick lesson, became the first J. V. football team in the
history of the school to go undefeated and untied. The boys were interested in playing as
a team and when the regulars faltered, the substitutes filled the gaps, doing excellent jobs.
The team was hit by flu and injuries during the season. Tommy Linn looked very impres-
sive before his injury in the Wm. Fleming game. Wayne Blondino, jimmy Cerillo and
James Moore showed great improvement as the season progressed. The team compiled a tre-
mendous defensive record as they scored 188 points to their opponents! 76.
The season opened with a successful victory over Natural Bridge by the score of 20-
14. Next on the victory list was the Danville I. V. team which suffered a 12-7 defeat by
the home team. After the narrow win over Danville, the J. V.'s crushed Amherst 32-O.
The Baby Hilltoppers then won over Brookville 18-6. After a hard fought battle with
Wm. Fleming, Glass emerged the victor by a 7-O count. The Hilltoppers topped Hargrave
Military Academy 25-7. Next came Salem which fell victim to the Baby Hilltoppers by a
58-35 score. The final game came with Roanoke which had been postponed from October
25 to November 12. After a hard fought game Glass emerged the winner by a 21-7 count.
This was the third straight year that Glass has showed their mastery over Roanoke.
N. lesson and I. Hudson Durrant and Noechel
Home Opponents . .
Baek Row: F, Moore, ll Johnson, S.
Aylor, Coach Robinson, F. Langdon, S.
Keslner, B. XValker.
Sixth Row: 'l'. Harris,
Coleman, H. GRIFWTIIET,
Fifth Row: T. llvttlvr, Il. Dumas, G.
Myers, S. Wilt, C. l'c-ttyjohn, M.
Anthony, S. Saunders.
Fourth Row: H. Coffey,
BTCKPIIIIM, I". Snunilers,
Third Row: B. Briekhouse, R. Hogan
B. Ri-id, D. Thaixton, M.
Second Row: K. Bryant,
S, Wilmouth, il. Pribble,
H :1 rvey .
First Row: G. HJIHS, 'l',
B. Wilkins, T. Whitten,
L. Basten, R.
ll. Bryan, J.
f'. Lueamlo, li.
D. Mason, R.
R. Worley, B.
J. Cooke, R.
F RESI-IMAN FOOTBALL
Even though they didn't have a very successful season as far as the won-lost column
goes the Freshman team accomplished their real purpose, which is to mold future football
stars. During the season they were hampered by many injuries but still compiled a record
of three wins and five losses. V
The Baby Hilltoppers started the season' with a loss to Hargrave Military Academy, by
the score of 13-O. The first game lost was quickly avenged with a 13-O victory over Nelson
County. In the third game the Frosh lost a hard battle to the Brookville HBH team 6-O.
Then they bounced back from defeat to score a big victory over V. E. by the score oi
The next week the Freshman traveled to Appomattox to score another victory of 13-O.
They remained on the road for their next game and lost a hard fought battle to VV111.
The Freshman returned home for their last two games. The first of these two games
was against Roanoke Freshman' and the Baby Hilltoppers were defeated 27-O. The last
game of the season was against H. M. A. The Frosh battled to revenge their defeat in the
first game but dropped a close decision of 18 fo.
This year the team chose Bill Whlkins as 'the best lineman and Sam XVilmouth as the best
J. Robinson and W. Gilbert T. VVhitten and M. Mason
O Hargrave Military
13 Nelson County
27 V. ii. S.
O Wlil. Fleming
6 H. M. A.
As the l957-58 basketball season opened,
Coach Jimmie 'Bryan was his usual pessi-
mistic self, for there were no returning'
lettermen, the team was comparatively
short in height, and four starters to ac-
company Captain XYylie Cooke were yet
to be determined. NYayne Proffitt, Hill
Chambers, Mac Dirom, Roger lfauber, and
Cooke soon proved to he a hard-working,
well-knit fivesomeg and they were well
backed hy Bucky Cawthorne, VVayne Day,
Don Atkins, and Kenneth Thompson. Some-
how, these green struggling boys ended the
season with an overall l9-6 record. won the
VVestern District Championship and finished
fourth in the State Tournament.
That "somehow,," though, is misleading:
for fit is a well-known fact that Coach Bryan
has never failed to produce a winning team,
and that it is only through his hard work
and remarkable leadership that his squads
have met with their phenomenal success. It
is also known that the boys, love and respect
for Mr. Bryan has frequently caused them to
'fwant to win that game, for Coach."
After the first four games, Glass had an
nnimpressive 2-2 record. These two de-
feats lay Martinsville and Thomas jeffer-
son of Richmond were avenged later in the
season. The Tee Jay game was a thriller
as Bucky Cawthorneis desperate last second
field goal gave Glass a 49-47 win. After
Jefferson of Roanoke avenged an earlier
Glass victory, the Hilltoppers found them-
1 ow 'Z 1 nuell I t 4 iillo t NN nt F NN ilkes, L. Ilylllilll.
cc ond Row ' oftiit om mm ison, M. Ili:-om, R. Fznllmer, B. Slydnor.
First Ron B Chambers, 13 Atkins W Cooke, B. Cawthorne, W. Day.
lm. A .lxxxvaniga In 1 u I il x
selves in a tie with jefferson for the XYest-
ern' District Championship. 'lihe play-off at
Lexington saw lt1OO Glass fans lose all hope
of victory as the I unio r high-scoring
marvel, Wayne Proffitt, left the game with
Z1 back injury. The Bryanmen, in true Glass
spirit pulled together even more a team,
and sparked by XYylie Cooke and llill
tfhambers, the Hilltoppers produced a thrill-
ing -L2-39 district championship victory.
The top four district teams met in the
Glass Gymnasium the following' weekend
for the lYestern District Tournament. The
Hilltoppers won their first game from Dan-
ville, tml-44: but they were downed by Jef-
ferson in the finals by a 65-49 score.
At the State Tournament in Charlottes-
ville, Proffitt poured in 30 points to lead
Glass to a 53-48 win over Virginia High of
Bristol. Then' the powerful Newport News
'Vyphoons proved too much for the Hill-
toppers who, after a fairly close battle, sur-
rendered 64-53. Again 'Proffitt dumped in
30 points. fn a consolation game, Wlake-
field whipped Glass 73-54. Little Vllayne
Proffitt was the tournament high scorer
and made the All-Tournament team.
Proffitt was a unanimous choice for the
XYestern District team and easily made All-
At the final Basketball Banquet, Captain
Cooke was awarded a trophy by his team-
mates who chose him the most valuable
player: and he received a plaque for the
best sportsmanship. Bill Chambers won
the trophy for the best defensive player.
Proffitt received the foul shooting trophy and
the most outstanding player award.
Big Mac Dironi adds two. Up Yaubti '
Qllflijll' Forge 24
Thomzls Jefferson 78
I ulaski 28
'X11ClI'CXY Lewis 38
NI lrtiusville 42
Flhumzms Jeffcrsun 47
-Xnclrcw Lewis 28
XX1llizun Fleuliug 26
C10 XX llliillll Flemin 45
46 Halifax 27
52 Plllaslci 40
76 Covington 26
Western District Play-Off
42 Jefferson 39
Western District Tournament
64- Danville 36
49 Jaffe rson 6 5
53 Yirginizl lligli fli-ristolj 43
53 Newlz-wrt NCWS 64
54 lYakc-fielcl 73
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'X gs 5 n
Back Row: B. Robertson, H. Crowder, Coach J. Noechel, F. Moore, N. Tanner.
Second Row: T. Whitten, W. Hawkins, H. Hackett, P. Morris, W. Bilondino, D. Giles.
First Row: J. Cheves, P. Layne, B. Wilkins, D. Carter, P. Reid, W. Salmon.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
This year's j. V. Basketball team had a very successful season through the coaching of Mr.
Noeehel and the cooperation of the boys. The team, composed of just 9th and l0th graders, com+
piled a winning record of ll wins and three losses. They finished first in the VVestern District
with only one loss in district play which was to the jefferson Senior J. V.'s 'by the score oi
37-40. This loss was quickly avenged with a 33-27 victory on the home court.
The team scoring this year was led by David Carter, the captain, who averaged 15 points
per game. The liaby Hilltoppers averaged 37 points per game to their opponents, 28 points per
game, 'which attributed to their winning record. The .boys who Won their V. letter this year were:
David Carter, .lim C-heves, Phil Reid, Pat Layne, Tom VVhitten, VVayne Salmon, Buck Willciiis.
Wayne Blondino, Don Giles, Henry Sackett, Harvey Hackett, Pete Morris, and Xlfallaee Hawkins.
51 Halifax 23
58 Salem 26 Captain Coach
47 Dzmvmc 38 David Carter John Xoechel
49 Virginia llpiscopal 7
37 Roanoke 40
33 Brookville 37
59 Salem 43
42 XVillia1n Fleming l3
52 Danville 32
55 Brookville 59
33 Roanoke 27
60 VVilliani ilTl,Cl11i1lg 26
38 llalitax 27
65 l-loly Cross 40
liaclc Row: Coach Bailey. Additional: D. Grimes.
Second Row: R. T2lj'l0l', H. U. Brooks, L. Creasy, C. Pettyjohn, C. Reid, R. Coleman, C. Gentry, D. Bryan.
First Row: M. Mason, M. Morris, ll. liaglaml, Fi. Duff, M. Crabill, D. Gallier, J. Coffey.
VVith a 13-2 record, the Glass Freshman Basketball team ended the season with the best
record ever compiled by a lfreshnian squad at the new high school. Despite the iact that there
were no returning letternien from last year's squad, Mr. Bailey, a coach possessing qualities ot
leadership and determination. was able to produce eighteen eo-operative players. The Frosh was
a well-balanced squad-shining in teamwork and lagging in indiviidualisni.
The only games lost, to Virginia Episcopal School and Brookville, were avenged later in
the season. The Baileymen experienced several very close games and even used an overtime to
defeat Hargrave once.
The usual starters for the year were Sam Duff, Mike Crabill, Don Grimes, Martin Morris.
and Don Ragland. The highest scorers for the season were Duff, with 142 points, Crabill, with
l34 and Grimes, with 109.
Couch Captain 46 Amherst JV 27
Bob Bailey Sam Duff 30 Boonsboro JV 22
42 Nelson County JV 21
30 Virginia lipiscopal
33 Hargrave 36
38 Brookville JV 43
49 Rustburg JV Z8
60 Rustburg jV 46
47 Appomattox JV 39
45 Virginia Episcopal
57 Brookville JV 49
33 Boonsboro IV 30
32 Hargrave 3l
38 Appomattox JV 32
33 Amherst V l9
f .. -
Back Row: D. Williams, Coach W. Gilbert, Coach V. Bradford.
Eighth Row: 'I'. Floyd, H. Whately, R. White, S. Wilmouth, S. Kestner, R. Taylor, ll. Sale, A. Higginbothani.
Seventh Row: D. McGregor, F. Huffman, 11. Johnson, B. McGraw, T. Hzlsek, J. SPOIICICT, B. Hughes, R. Hudson.
Sixth Row: F. Morrison, J. Pollard, 17. Tolley, R. Wood, J. Cer illo, T. YVhitten, N. Jessen, D. Ilndson.
Fifth Row: ll. Cunning'h:iin. J. Cooke, T Hollingsworth, L. Line berry, R. Adams, M, P1-ri'ow, D. ilmter, F. Mngmni.
l"ou1'lh Row: J. Firkin, J. Hoffarth, D. XIZIUJII, Il. Host, B. Morrison, A. Neighbors, J. Smith, D. Jzickson.
Tliiril Row: J. flandler, W. Peltyjohn, Ii. Futrell, D. Vaughan, C, Thomzis, H. Savkett, MI l'a.l'ker.
Second Row: .I. Quarles. J. Yiar, R. lluwkins, B. Shaffer, L. Bailey, H. Hughes, li. Thonipson, B. llooper.
l First Row: W. Hlondino, R. Pugh, W. Reynolds, G. Cox, H. C. 'lillflXtllll, H. Bradley, .i. NY. P1'ir'l-, D. Dills.
VVith approximately 130 boys turning out for
track this spring, Coach Bradford hopes to find
ample talent for a victorious track squad. There
are, however, only five returning lettermen from
last year's team: H. C. Thaxton, Billy Futrell,
johnny Quarles, Richard Pugh, and Leland
Hailey. The captain of this yearls squad is H. C.
Thaxton. All the meets will be at home, except
the State meet. There are no real standouts on
the squad, nor does the team appear exceptionally
strong in any particular event. But with hard
work and Glass High spirit, our track squad will
uphold the schoolls standing.
Captain Tl. C. Thaxton and Head Coach
School ............................ Home
Hargrave ........................ Home
Halifax County .............. Home
Lane ................................ Home
Salem ....................,......... Home
Thomas Jefferson .......... Home
Williaiii Fleming .......... Home
Tournament .................. Home
State Meet .......... University of
Bradley goes up and over.
H. C. Trhaxton, Captain
I. W. Price
A. ,V ,L 55.
Relay Team :
B. Futrell, Quarles
H. C. Thaxton, VV. Petty
john, R. Pugh, H.
Buck Bradley i Agpr
Back Row: Coach Bailey, F. McWane, A. Arthur, T. Younger, J. Quigley.
Second Row: S. Hopkins, H. Henderson, D. Osborne, N. Thompson, J. Wolfe, M. Crabill, C. Pettyjohn, W. Hawkins.
First Row: E. Berry, R. Fauber, T. Hapgood, B. Newton, B. W itt, T. Crafton, B. Young.
This year's tennis team has a new coach, Mr.
Bailey, who joined the Glass faculty at the be-
ginning of the school year. Back from last yearls
squad are Tim Hapgood, Tom Crafton, Billy
Witt, Ed Berry, and Roger Fauber. Along with
these five and the other twenty-five boys out for
tennis, Coach Bailey plans to have a very good
team and a successful season. Tim Hapgood, who
was No. l man last year, is expected to be the
team's mainstay this year. Two prospective
players are freshmen Mike Crabill and Clunett
Mr. Bailey says the team to beat this year is
G. VV. of Danville with whom Glass split one and
one last year. The only changes in the schedule
this year are that the team plays two games with
Fork Union instead of one, and the match with
Hargrave has been dropped.
Coach Bailey and Captain Tim Hapgood
School ............................ There
Roanoke .......................... There
G. XV., Danville .............. Here
Fork Union ............ ....... H ere
G. W., Danville .............. There
School .............................. Here
Roanoke ....,........... ....... H ere
Fork Union ........
Crafton smashes I
Tim Hapgood, Captain
Philip Burruss, Manager
Back Row: Coach J. Robinson, R. Carter, B. Parker, W. Salmon, J. Evans, D. Grimes, F. Cox, B. Minnick, J. Moore, H. Hackett
J. Hollingsworth, Coach J. Noechel.
Front Row: L. Tuggle, J. Cralle, P. Richlin, E Overstrcet, B. R 1:-id, H. Duff, A. Moyer, M. McKenna.
This season Glass will play every eligible West-
ern District team, plus Brookville and Virginia
Episcopal School. Returning from last year's
team will be Johnny Cralle, Herbert Duff, Robin
VVood, Edmond Overstreet, and Asa Moyer.
Buddy Reid will also see action t-his year. The
team is not as experienced as last year's, but they
feel they will have a good record. The competi-
tion will be tougher this year because of the
Group I games. Since baseball's reorganization
three years ago, the team has lost only three
Under the direction of Coach Noechel and
Coach jerry Robinson, the Hilltoppers hope to
keep up the fine record with a successful season.
Head Coach john Xoechel and Captain Edmond
School ................... ........ H ere
'4Egg" Overstreet connects.
Edmond Overstreet, Captain
I. W. Price crowns Sally Gayle Shepherd
VARSITY "GH CLUB
The month of November, 1957, satisfied the wishes
of many athletic-minded boys at li. C. Glass. This
month mariked the re-organization of the Varsity "G"
Club. The club had been out of existence ever since
1949. During the past two years, however, the boys
have worked very hard to get their club back into
activity. XVith the help and guidance of Mr. Bradford,
they were rewarded this November.
The main purpose of having this organization is to
create respect for the varsity letter. The club builds
the boys' morals and gives them better attitudes to-
When a boy wishes to enter the club he must have
earned a varsity letter and must file an application. He
is then voted on by the members.
The main project for this year's members has been
the fixing and furnishing of the club room. Two hops
were sponsored by the club. Another project was to
put pictures of all the 1957-58 varsity teams into one
frame and place it in the gym corridor. Each member
Sweetheart of the Varsity HGH Club at theajfreceives a blue and white jacket, which he must pay
Valentine's Day Hop. Egfor l1l'111SClf.
J. W. Price Edmond Overstreet Howard Scruggs
President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer
Back Row: Mr. Bradford, H. Duff, J. Candler, 0. Aylor, T. Hapgood, R. Berry, D. Fvzigans, R. Pugh, J. Pl92lFQlllfS, X. 'I':mner,
D. Staples, R. Fftuber.
Third Row: B. Cawthorne, M. Pei-row, B. Futrell, P. Booker, H. C. Thaxton, M. Cunningham, J. Blencuwe, B. Hundley, G Linn,
G . Vfhite.
Second Row: L. Bailey, J. Aultiee, D. villlgllilll, R. Mcilzxtlni, D. Dills, Ii. Mosby, R. Mosby, A Hayes, B. Cheves.
First Row: Cv. Riddle, li. Tuggle, D. Schley, R. Dunnavant, J. YVQJ. lker, A. Moyer, J. VV. Price, ll. Scruggs, R. W'oorl, U. hlCf1lI'Cg'Ql'.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Tennis anyone? You're not the tennis type? Vkfell,
how about a game of hockey, speedball, soccer, basket-
ball, volleyball, softball, or badminton?
All of these sports are available to Glass girls in the
form of after-school' games sponsored by the Girls'
Athletic Association. Through G.A.A. girls gain skill
in playing by participation, and skill in officiating by
attending special classes. Teams are formed according
to gym classes. At the end of each season teams having
the best records participate in a tournament.
Gne of the main phases of the G.A.A. program is
the awarding of "letters" or pins to girls acquiring
thirty-five or more points. Points are gained when a
girl participates in, officiates, or scores a -game, when
she is a G.A.A. representative, and when she is on the
championship or runner-up teams in a tournament.
The successful activities of the association were con-
cluded with the Parent-Student Activity Night.
Karen Hansen Marsha Dovvdy Kay Younger
President Vice-President Secretary
Linda Ballard Susan Nellig in
Back Row: B. Tweedy, S. Dowdy, S. Smith, H. Braun, S. Rubenstein, S C Sheplerd M Dmdw
Front Row: R. Brown, J. Brown, K. Bradford, K. Younger, G. Matthews I leters W Holt S Ntlllgdll
The Varsity Cheerleaders are chosen on the
basis of citizenship and character, in addition to
pep and form, so their high standards are a part
of their honor. There is something t'extra" about
this year,s squad, too, 'for they have done far more
than the usual cheering at games.
Tirelessly led and encouraged by Head Cheer-
leader, Anne Farrar, the girls helped decorate the
goalposts for the 'football games, sold "pom-
pomsf' collected for the Maroh of Dimes, and par-
ticipated in assemblies. They joined with the J. V.
Cheerleaders on occasions to 'bring out the com-
bined spirit and sportsmanship of the students
at pep rallies and games.
The girls attended most of the out-of-town
games via the "old yellow bus." When these team-
fbackers eoul-dn't go, they were always on hand to
cheer the team -off Qonce even lbeifore dawnj and
then met them with "VICTORY" Cusually U
when they arrived home.
A new and admirable plan was started this year
by Head Cheerleader Anne when, at each game,
she asked a different squad member 'to share her
position as her co-head-cheerleader.
Only with 'the guiding influence of their spon-
sor, Mrs. Meidling, could the season have been
so successful for she gave so much of her time
to helping the girls and planning their activities.
Anne Farrar Mary Ellen Burch
Ann Rorabaugh Ann Martin
L. to R.: M. Walker, A. Martin, L. Kennedy, B. Butler, A. Groseclose, A. Farrar, A. Rorabaugh, L. Stansbury, ML E. Burch, L.
llleCraw, B. Marsh, E. Bradford.
Linda, Stzinsbury Lizann Kennedy Eleanor Bradford Mina VValker
Anne Groseelose Bonnie Butler Betty Marsh Laverne McC1'aw
Mrs. Meidling, sponsor, Cin the middle of the "HU joins The cheerleaders are off to Roanoke for the big game!
the girls in an curly morning practice.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
Visitors to our VT. V. basketball and football
games this year never failed to comment on
the fine school spirit exhibited during the
games and on the way everyone yelled. This
participation just didn't happen by chance-it
was built by long and patient work by our V.
cheerleaders. They kindled our fighting spirit
in the "pep ralliesf, and during the games
they urged the players on with so much en-
thusiasm that everyone watching felt compelled
to cheer just as hard.
Perhaps one of the reasons for this excep-
tional squad was the leadership of their red-
haired, dynamic ihead-oheerleader, Susan Nelli-
gan and their sponsor, Miss Anne Henderson.
Glassls cheerleaders are picked carefully by
niembers of the faculty. There are many candi-
dates every year, and each year the decisions
are 'harder to make. The lucky girls are chosen
on the basis of pep, moral attitudes, neatness,
ability to execute a Ujumpn and to perform the
difficult maneuvers found in some twenty-five
cheers used by the Glass squad.
Mary Lou Plunkett
Miss Henderson, sponsor, watches some
of the cheerleaders at an afternoon prac-
"Beating the cadence" for the 1957-58 sea-
son, the Glass majorettes began early summer
practice. At the first game in September they
were ready to boost the football players to
victory as they appeared on the track with a
new routine, Rackettes. The twirl team con-
tinued their baton practices three days a week
after school and on many mornings before
school with the band.
Twirling and strutting, these hi-steppers
followed the football team to two out-of-town
games, Roanoke and Danville. They per-
formed in two parades, one for the VMI-
Citadel game, and the other at the band festi-
val in Roanoke for the annual Shrine game
in which twenty-four other bands participated.
In addition to the five majorettes from last
ye'ar's squad, four new members were added.
Two alternates were chosen also, and again
the perky little nine year old mascot, Betty
Gay, joined the group. The girls chose a baton-
twirler from "way back," Becky Reasor, to be
their head majorette.
In the spring the baton gals held classes and
try-outs for girls who wanted to become major-
ettes the following year.
At the beginning of the school
year the Sophomore gym classes
were introduced to a new sport,
Speed-Away. It was readily
accepted by the fun-loving girls,
and soon teams assembled in the
afternoons and engaged in game
after game of the wholesome
Wiiining a game was hard
work indeed, but two teams,
NKyle,s Creww and the "Jaguars"
became outstanding. Since each
team had more than the required
number of members, they never
found it necessary to default. Al-
though soime games were tied,
there was only one loss for each
of them. The Championship
game was played by these
'two teams, and the "Jaguars"
emerged as the proud victors.
Back Row: P. Sweenev, H. Brown, P. Webb, K. Sublett, D. Pribble, L. Royster.
Front Row: A. Racer, C. Owen, S. Hapgood, A. Stokes, S. Epling, M. Thomas.
Back Row: K. Childress, S. Hook, J. Smith, A. liill'IT0llI', I'1'. Candler.
Front Row: J. Brown, C. McDaniel, P. Farris, P. Urubbs, C. Clendenin.
The wild and rowdy ole Eng-
lish sport, soccer, this year pro-
vided an afternoon of vigorous
exercise for the eighth grade
Through the months of Qcto-
ber and November the teams
gathered regularly on the field
and played earnestly. Finally the
"Bobcats," led by captain Cather-
ine Childress, found themselves
matched with Cissa Basten's
team, the 'iBlue Eagles."
To capture the championship,
one of the two teams had to Win
two out of three games. The
K'Bobcats" proved themselves the
better team and captured the
much desired title of "Cham-
Back Row: L, Plunkett, S. F. Ryan, R. Bennett, W. Jester, K. Thornhill, B-. Carr, D.
Gibson, C. Arendall, N. Tomlin.
Front Row: S. F. Shepherd, M. E. Tuggle, S. Smith, B. Tyner, S. Bridges, C. Johnson,
Many Senior girls look back
with happy memories at those fall
months of the Hockey season.
Those were the days when gym
classes meant a rough and rous-
ing game of hockey.
Preparing for a game, each girl
would choose a stick of proper
length, buckle on her shin guards,
and gallop off to the field to join
the line-up. The opposing center
forwards began the game with a
bully which set the ball in motion,
the sticks swinging, and the of-
ficials calling fouls.
The hockey teams spent many
afternoons playing off the chal-
lenging tournament. As the sea-
son drew to a close, the 'Shin-
diggersu were hailed as the
The Freshman speedball teams
showed hearty enthusiasm for
their fall sport and combined
their fun with skill as they
manipulated the ball up and
down the field. Cheers and
screams of disappointment echoed
through the air Whenever the ball
was sent into the goal or lost to
the other team.
At last two teams, the "Blue
Dahliasu and the 'Cannon Balls,"
were pitted against each other
for the final game of the seasong
the game which would determine
the speedball champions. As the
game came to a close, another
blue ribbon team had been
b r o ug ht to light-the "Blue
Back Row: S, Gnrvlner, B, Tallman, Y. Allen, Y. Allen, A. Rmabaugh, B, Bond.
Front Row: D. Candler, A. Farrar, J. Wilburn, A. Hershberger, P. Ford, S. Shepherd.
As the New Year began so
also began the basketball season,
and the Sth and 9th grade girls'
gym classes eagerly organized
teams to take part in the com-
ing Basketball Tournament.
One of the teams competing in
the tournament was a 9th grade
team, the HHudson's Globe-
trottersf' Under their determined
captain, Linda Hudson, the team
earned ta record of six wins and
two losses. However, another
team, the K'Gold Diggers," more
than matched their record with
seven wins and one tie. But as
the tournament play-offs moved
these teams to the top and
matched them against each other,
the "Glolbetrotters" were able to
capture first place.
Back Row: M. A. Crown, J. Tweedy, B. Humncr, L. Webb.
Front Row: B. Myers, L. Hudson, G. Gilliam,
Clockwise from bottom: N. Royer, D. Mohr, B. Patteson, N. Creed, B. Marsh, L. Peters,
J. Kessee. L. Brooks, M. E. Burch, S. Rubenstein.
As another season of girls'
basketball came to a close, the
"Saints" came marching out as
champions. Spurred on by their
captain and high-scorer for the
season, Lois Peters, they ex-
hibited excellent teamwork and
sportsmanship as they fought to
Although they played against
skilled teams, the 'lSaints',
achieved an unusual record,
eleven games won and one tied
fnrot a single losslj.
The girls proved the old say-
ing Hpractice makes perfect" to
be true. They practiced much,
and their playing always showed
it. The girls had the knack of
making baskets from any spot
on the court.
FOOTBALL - BASKETBALL CASUALS
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l. The football team looks rather gay after the last game.
2. VVe tried everything-even signs on the field house-but we couldn't beat "Jeff,"
3. These boys did a fine job of managing our football team.
4. Lassie delays the Glass-Jefferson game!
5. Mr. McCue presents a trophy to Captain VVylie Cooke after the teani's winning the
VVestern District Basketball Championship.
6. Basketball managers ready the equipment for a big game.
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Exciting, gay, ridiculous, and just terrific-thatys
Senior Day! It's the one clay of the year that the
Seniors htake over" Qor try toj and rule their sub-
jects. the unclerclassmen. The teachers also "give in"'
to the clay as senior privileges are taken in senior
classes. The Senior homeroom decorations, the pri-
vate assembly, the parade down Main Street after
school, the football game that night, and just being
able to do almost anything you wish-all make
Senior clay one of the happily remembered highlights
of high school.
Mary Ellen Burch Carlton Snow Kenneth VVhite Anne Farrar
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and Carole Knight. All State Choir.
Miss Payneys English classes present the annual inspiring Christmas Pageant.
By the way, aren't you all supposed to be working on the goal-posts?
Ellen Childers seems to be thoroughly enjoying the Tri-Hi-Y Rice Supper.
Here's a Friday ,afternoon view of some of our sch ool-spirited students.
Oops! A l'Crest" photographer got in the picture!
Glass leaders open the first assembly with l'Let's Beat The Band" talks.
The cheerleaders don a new uniform for the American Education Week Assembly
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to go to college . . . or to take up a good trade . . . one of
your most important steps in approaching adulthood is the
establishment of a sound banking connection.
If you have not opened a bank account, we would be
pleased to have you do so here at Peoples National. . .
where you will find every modern banking facility at your con-
venient disposal. And, equally important, you will find here
an able and understanding staff of officers and employees
who are always ready to assist you with your financial prob-
lems . . . whatever they may be.
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The Co-Operative Building and Loan Association
2I5 Nin+I1 S+. - 5224 ForI' Ave. - AmI1ersI' Turnpike
"Each Accouni' Insured Up +o SI0,000.00"
INVEST IN LYNCHBURG
2 DICKERSON E545 BUICK coRP. 5
Fine Qualily Shoes
for +l1e Enlire Family
82 I Jefferson Sireel'
Speed, Convenience and'
Concrete Co., Inc.
VIRGINIA LAWN AND
COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE
Harry I-Iaga Co.
607-609 Main S'lree'l'
W. D. CAMPBELL 86 SON, INC.
Peoples Nafional Bank Building
A Laundry Service to Fit Every Family Budget
Fanfom Fasl' Invisible Idenlificalion Used Exclusively
Venefian Blinds Cleaned, Relaped and Recorded
FRESH MEATS AND
. . . MOTORS
Virginian CO "Ford"
Lyncl'1IDurg's Largesl' Aulo Dealer
l2ll1 8: Courl' Slreels
Phone 8'284' l554 Park Ave. Dial 3-I328
Get the Rabbit Habit
Lynchburg Sleam Bakery, Inc. M5 Main S+'
JAMES T. DAVIS
"Lynchburg,s Leading Paint
and Wallpaper Store"
DIAL 2-3407 I225 MAIN STREET
I749 Park Avenue
Dial 6-2627 Lynchburg, Virginia
COMMERCIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK
CLARENCE G. BURTON, President
S. S. SPENCER, Vice'Pres. and Cashier THOMAS R. PUGH, IR., Trust Officer
WILLIAM A. BROOKS, Asst. Cashier TEMPLE R. NORTH, Asst. 'Trust Officer
395 INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
Member Federal Deposit Irtsurarice Corporation
"HEADQUARTERS FOR A SQUARE DEAL"
500 Main Sfreei'
James River Motors, Inc.
Lincoln - Mercury - English Ford Dealers
For All Grades of
Scrap and Waste Material
Iron and Metal Co.
A CompIe'l'e Line of
Ins+i+u+ionaI and Consumers
J. W. Wood
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT
LYNcHauRe's LARGEST, Most ASSOCIATED
wwe sroae STEEL
Pearson's Druq Store Inc,
2476 RIVERMONT AVE. DIAL 4-2473
4I09 BOONSBORO ROAD DIAL 3-4666
With the help of Mr.
Floyd A. Robertson,
jr., Secretary of
Betsy Hurt selects a
' ' ' and won't it be your photograph that you and your grandchildren look
for first? That's a lot of looking ahead, but it illustrates the
permanence . . . the interest . . .of a fine photograph. Fine photographs of you
are our concern . . . a photograph you will proudly give as a personal
present . . . a photograph you will look back on happily years from now.
We hope that when you Want a fine photograph taken again,
you entrust it to us-your official school photographer.
FIRST NATIONAL TRUST
AND SAVINGS BANK
THE OLD, BIG, STRONG BANK
VIRGINIA'S OLDEST TRUST COMPANY
CITY-WIDE BANKING AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
MAIN OFFICE TRUST HEADQUARTERS
Main S+. ai' l0'rh 8Il Main Sfreei'
FORT HILL BRANCH RIVERMONT BRANCH
Fori' Early Theafre Building 2482 Rivermoni' Avenue
INSTALLMENT LOAN OFFICE
8I6 Church S'rree+
Member F. D. I. C.
Trent's Gulf Service
Corner Twelfth and Kemper Sfreeis
Lone Jack Limestone
For Driveways, Walks,
Dial 4-268l Lynchburg, Va
Nehi Bottling Co.
ROYAL CROWN COLA
hone 4-2191 Lynchburg, V
Hodges Auto Repair
Dealer in Texaco Products
Phone 2-9667 I537 Park Ave
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as an employee
as a policyholder
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NATIONWIDE INSURANCE COMPANIES
5401 Fort Avenue Lynchburg, Virginia
Merri1nan's Barber Shop
5001f2 Fif+h Slreel'
Chestnut Hill Beauty Shop
52l2 Forl' Ave. Dial 2-3246
"lf your hair isn'l' becoming +0 you-you
should be coming 'lo us."
Free haircu+ with all permanen+ waves.
john E. Gannaway
86 Co., Inc.
Established I874 I000 Main Streel'
Lizanne Kennedy learns the value of a savings account from Mr. William T.
MacLeod, secretary-treasurer of State Industrial Loan Corporation.
Carrington-Dirom Baslen Com pany,
S. M. Hopkins
lnc. Dealer ln
927 Church Slreel' Dial 8-2864
GROCERIES - MEATS - PRODUCE
Phone 3-I383 l50l Campbell Ave.
Designers and engravers of
the South's finest school
Mr. E. S. Dove, jr., President, james River Motor Company, demonstrates a
Lincoln to Dibbie Mohr and Gene Gallagher.
for +he La'res1' in
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2995 Fori' Avenue
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Kiah T. Ford 86 Co. .
207 Nin+I1 S'rree'r
judy Hardesty has her first instructions
in "Meet Your Future" program of the
Chesapeake 85 Potomac Telephone Co.
by Mrs. Eleanor Huntley, Personnel
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NUTS - PEANUTS - CANDIES
Your exclusive Nut and Candy Shop
70l-A Main Street Phone 3-4320
PETERS NEWS STAND
AND LUN CHEON ETTE
Good Food - Complete Line of
l20 Perrymoni' Avenue
REALTORS " INSURORS
Dial 3-l34I 2l7 Ninth Sfree
C onson's Dinette
1 1 1 5 Campbell Avenue
PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE - GOOD FOOD
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
Betty Ryan looks over a 1957 CREST before buying
a 1958 copy to take back to Tel Aviv as a reminder
of her year at E. C. Glass.
TIMBER IS THE ONLY NATURAL RESOURCE
THAT CAN BE REPLACED IN A LIFETIME
GROW TREES EOR THE FUTURE
Burruss Land 85 Lumber Company, Inc
If it's modern it's electric J B
If it's electric it's
' residential ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
0 commercial I .
Shop on Edgewood Avenue-Dial VI 6-I447
Whi+e Oak Drive Lynchburg, Virginia
Mary McLennan has her ticket taken by Mr. H. A. Clark, Manager,
The Warner Theatre.
al' home - in business --
Lynchburg's Firsf Deparimeni Slore
DIRECTORS S. Frank Pratt, President DIRECTORS
L. C. Acreeg Jr, C. Letcher Newcomb, VicefP1'es. C. L. Newcomb
Arthur Meidling William T. MacLeod, Secy.-Treas. S- F' Pratt
G. W. Sanderson
W. Scott Ligon
W. T. MacLeod
F. T. Spruce
STATE INDUSTRIAL LOAN CORPGRATION
Main Floor-AIIied Arrs Building - Lynchburg, Virginia
Three percent paid on Savings
J. R. FORD
I4I0 I9I'I'l SI.
Fort and Memorial Avenues
Dial 2-II9I 8: 2-9874
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Anderson? Super Market
KITTY HAWK, N. C. CENTER
GROCERIES - NOVELTIES - FISHING TACKLE
ACREE 86 PECK Lynchburg Sales Co.
Incorporafed I98 Oakley Ave.
TOM'S TOASTED PEAN UTS
TOM'S PEANUT BUTTER SANDWTCHES
Dial 3-l357 AND TOM'S CANDIES
ALLIED ARTS BUILDING
Always Call A
Dial 5-255I 500 Church S+.
Rosalie and Mrs. Lunsford Loving help Miss Williams in choosing narcissus
from the Virginia Lawn 85 Garden Center Spring Show.
A SENIOR COLLEGE
MEN AND WOMEN
The Floyd L. Knighi' Memorial Library
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Preston Sandidge of S. O. Fisher, Inc., helps Dick Spencer and Charles
Nowlin with the selection of a new camera for our school.
OAK HALL COSTUME COMPANY
Complete Rental Service
Q CAPS AND GOWNS
Q FACULTY HOODS
Q FANCY COSTUMES AND MAKE-UP FOR-
Q MINSTRELS AND PLAYS
Q FORMAL WEAR
Sold and Rented - Prompt Service
OAK HALL COASTUMYE SERVICE
An affiliaie of
OAK HALL - M. ROSENBERG 86 SONS
Roanokeis Pioneer Clothiers Since 1889
FOR MEN, WOMEN si BOYS
Roanoke, Virginia Dial 8837
EVELYN M. ALLEN-B.A., R.-M.W.C., Latin,
Honor League Committee Member, Glass Eye.
PRESTON F. AMBLER-B.S., Longwood Col-
lege and University of Virginia, History, Guidance
BALDWIN F. AUD-A.B., R.-M.W.C., Social
JOYCE C. BAILEY-B.S., Longwood College,
ROBERT M. BAILEY-B.S., William and
Mary College, Physical Education and Health,
Freshman Basketball and Tennis Coach.
EMMA M. BARKSDALE-A.B., R.-M.W.C.,
J. JANE BARRINGER-A.B., Catawba Col-
lege, English, David Garrick Players, Social Acti-
vities Committee, Readings Committee.
VIRGIL D. BECKNER-B.S., M.A., Univer-
sity of Missouri, University of Florida, Biology,
Chairman of Athletics Committee.
RUTH H. BLUNT-A.B., M.A., R.-M.W.C.,
Columbia University, English, Literary
for Critic, Quill and Scroll Adviser.
VINCENT BRADFORD-B. S., Springfield
College, Physical Education and Health, Athletic
Committee, Varsity Football Coach, Head Track
JOHN LEE BRAY-Coyne Electrical School,
CHARLES R. BROWN-A.B., M.Ed., Univer-
sity of Richmond, University of Virginia, English,
Sponsor of Glass Eye.
ELOISE G. BROWN-B.S., Mary Washington
College, Typewriting, Publications Committee.
HELEN E. BROWN-A.B., R.-M.W.C., Eng-
lish, Latin, Public Speaking Adviser.
JIMMY BRYAN-B.S., University of Ohio,
Science, Athletics Committee, Varsity Basket-
ELIZABETH BURMAHLN-A.B., M.A., Des
Moines College, University of Boston, Shorthand,
Transcription, F.B.L.A. Sponsor, Cafeteria and
High School Fund Accounting.
E. F. BURMAHLN-B.S., M.A., Boston Uni-
versity, University of New York, Bookkeeping,
General Business, Supervisor of Cafeteria Cashiers
and Tellers. '
GLADYS E. CANADA-A.B., St. Joseph's,
Algebra, Math, Eighth Grade Sponsor, Traffic
WILSA T. CANDLER-Secretary.
WINNIE B. CASH--B.S., Radford College,
Typewriting, Assembly Committee, Placement
Committee, Community Chest Committee.
MARIE CONSON--A.B., M.A., R.-M.W.C.,
Columbia University, History, Civics.
LUCILE COX--A.B., M.A., Sweet Briar Col-
lege, University of Virginia, Latin, Literary Ad-
viser for CREST, Sponsor of Latin Club.
JOSEPH W. COX, JR.-B.S., I.A., Berry Col-
lege, University of Florida, Machine Shop.
JANE CUNNINGHAM-A.B., M.Ed., Sweet
Briar College, John Hopkins University, English,
Journalism, Sponsor of Quill and Scroll, Literary
Adviser for High Times.
MILDRED A. DABNEY-William and Mary
College, Brooklyn Library School, Assistant
Librarian, Library and Teaching Aids Committee.
CONSTANCE G. DAVIS--Potomac State,
CECILIA A. DOYLE-A.B., St. Joseph's, Art,
Co-Sponsor of the Junior Red Cross, Art Adviser
for the CREST.
RICHARD L. DURRANT-B.S., M.A., South-
ern Illinois University, Michigan State University,
Physical Education and World Geography, J. V.
MARY ALICE EVANS-B.A., Radford Col-
lege, Social Studies.
JOHN G. FANFANI-B.F.A., 'Carnegie Insti-
tute of Technology, Industrial Arts, Stage Crew.
FRANCES C. FEAGANS-B.S., Madison Col-
lege, Homemaking, F.H.A. Sponsor.
ANDREW J. FIELDER--A.B., M.A., Lynch-
burg College, University of Virginia, Chemistry,
Physics, Science Club Adviser.
DOREEN S. FRANKLIN-B.S., Longwood
College, Mathematics, Sophomore Sponsor and
CAROLYN G. FULLER-B.F.A., M.F.A.,
Syracuse University, University of Oregon, Art,
Art League Adviser.
THELMA E. GARLAND-B.S., University of
Virginia, History and Social Studies, Community
Chest Committee, Library and Visual Aid Com-
WALLACE L. GILBERT-A.B., Lenoir Rhyne
College, Physical Education, Freshman Football
Coach, Assistant Track Coach.
RITA C. GILMER--A.B., R.-M.W.C., Math,
CLARA S. GRAVES-B.A., University of
WARREN L. GRAVES-B.S., East Tennes-
see State College, Shop.
MARY S. GUGGENHEIMER-A.B., R.-M.
LOIS B. HAMMER S-Secretary.
MARTHA B. HANCOCK-A.B., R.-M.W.C.,
Algebra, Geometry, Honor League Committee.
BESSIE M. HARRIS-B.S., Radford College,
ETTIE K. HARVEY-A.B., Elon College and
Mary Washington Colle-ge, Business Arithmetic,
Bookkeeping, Athletic Accounting.
ANNE F. HENDERSON-B.-S., Richmond
Professional Institute, Physical Education and
Health, J. V. Cheerleaders Sponsor.
ANNA H. HICKS-A.B., R.-M.W.C., Latin,
EVELYN H. HIGHT- A. B., R.-M. W. C.,
Science, Honor League Adviser.
ELIZABETH HOSKINS-A.B., R.-M.W.C.,
Social Studies, World Geography, Chairman of
the American Education Week.
ANICE M. HOWELL-D. E. Co-ordinator,
Cafeteria and Lunch Traffic Management Com-
mittee, Student Placement Committee, D. E. Club
MEADE S. IRVINE-iB.S., University of Vir-
ginia, New York University, Math and Science,
American Education Week Committee, Com-
munity Chest Committee, Student Social Activi-
THOMAS W. JOHNSON-B.S., M.Ed., Lynch-
burg College, V. P. I., Clhemistry, Science, Math,
Senior Class Co-sponsor, Stage Lighting Director.
ELIZABETH M, KNAKE-A.B., M.A., R.-M.
W.C., Columbia University, English.
FRANCES R. KNIPP-A.B., R.-M.W.C.,
Spanish, English, Sponsor of Spanish Club, in
charge of Spelling Contests.
JOSEPHINE MacGREGOR--A.B., R.-M.W.C.,
English, Senior Spelling.
EVELYN T. MACON-B.S., Longwood Col-
lege, Science, Biology, Counselor.
DOROTHY P. MAYBERRY--B.S., Radford
College, Science, Homemaking, F. H. A. Adviser,
Chairman of Faculty Hospitality Committee, Fire
Drill Committee, Building and Care Committee.
SHIRLEY MCIVOR-A.B., R.-M.W.C., M.Ed.,
University of Virginia, Math, Freshman Class
NMARTHA G. MEIDLING-B.S., M.A., Long-
wood College, University of North Carolina,
Physical Education and Health, Varsity Cheer-
JAMES A. MUMPER-B.A., Swarthmore
College, History, Debate Coach, Co-sponsor of
J. WINSTON MILAM-B.A., M.Ed., Lynch-
burg College, Hampden-Sydney, University of
Virginia, Civics, Dean of Boys.
JOHN D. NOECHEL-B.S., M.S., University
of West Virginia, Physical Education and Health,
J. V. Football Coach, Varsity Baseball.
MARY S. PAYNE-A.B., M.A., Agnes Scott
College, University of Virginia, English, Sponsor
of Literary Society, Head of English Department.
JEAN PEMBERTON-B. Music, Greensboro
College, Westminister Choir College, Vocal Music,
Choir, Glee Club.
JEAN D. PERROW-A.B., Lynchburg College,
Physical Education, Health, G. A. A. Adviser.
MARY ELLEN POYNOR-A.B., Judson Col-
lege, History, Social Studies, American Educa-
tion Week Committee, Junior Red Cross Co-
KATHLEEN M. PRIBBLE-B.S., Longwood
College, Mathematics, Junior Student Council
VIRGINIA W. PRYOR-B.S., Mary Washing-
ton College, Commercial Arithmetic, General
RALPH A. RACER-B.A., M.A., Bridgewater
College, Furman College, Economics, U.S. History,
U.S. Savings Stamp Club.
JENNINGS B. RADER-B.A., M.A., Peabody
CHAPVMAN L. RAMSEY-B.A., M.A., Lynch-
burg College, University of Virginia, Mathematics,
Cafeteria and Lunch Traffic Committee, Senior
ANNIE H. ROBERTSON-A.B., St. Mary's,
R.-M.W.C., Engl-ish, Student Social Activities
GENE ROBINSON-A.B., Lenoir Rhyne Col-
lege, World Geography, General Business, Assist-
ant Football Coach.
JERRY ROWBINSON-A.B., Lenoir Rhyne Col-
lege, Social Studies, Freshman Football Coach.
ANN R. SANDERS-A.B., M.A.T., Duke Uni-
versity, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University,
MARIE SHANER--B.A., Lync-hburg College,
Physical Education, Intramural Activities.
ROY L. SHNIRLEN-V. P. I., Industrial Arts.
E. REIMAN SHOBER-B.A., Bridgewater Col-
lege, General Science, Social Committee.
RUTH SHORE-Indiana State Teachers' Col-
lege, Cafeteria Manager.
DORIS P. STEPPE-Secretary.
LOUISE SUMNER-Vocational Secretary.
HANNAH SUTHERLAND-Radford College,
William and Mary College, Homemaking, F.H.A.
ALEX F. TEASS-B.A., University of Virginia,
Science and Biology.
JOSEPH TURKEL-B.S., Harvard, History,
Civics and Social Problems, Books and Supply
CLOYD G. VERMILION-B. M. E., Kansas
University, Band and Orchestra.
ELIZABETH VINCENT-B.S., Longwood Col-
lege, William and Mary, Librarian.
ELIZABETH N. WALLACE-A.B., R.-M.W.C.,
History, Honor League Committee, Chairman of
the National Honor Society.
HELEN I-I. WARE-A.B., R.-M.W.C., Science
and World Geography.
MARY E. WARE-A.B., R.-M.W.C., Mathe-
matics and Algebra, Senior Class Sponsor.
.KATHRINE M. WHITE-B.S., Mary Wash-
ington College, Mathematics, American Educa-
tion Week Committee, Junior Class Sponsor, Stu-
dent Activities Committee, Eighth Grade Coun-
SALLY M. WHITEHEAD-A.B., R.-M.W.C.,
VIRGINIA WILEY-A.B., M.A., R.-M.W.C.,
Duke University, English, Speech, Dramatics,
Sponsor of the David Garrick Players.
'COURTNEY WILKINSON-A.B., M.A., Agnes
Scott College, University of North Carolina,VEng-
lish, French, French Club Adviser.
MARGARET F. WILLIAMS-B.A., M.A.
Columbia College, University of South Carolina:
Office Machines, General Business, Clerical Prac-
tice, Advertising Manager for Publications.
MARY ELIZA WILTSHIRE - A.B., M.A.,
University of Virginia, Social Studies, Audio
Visual Committee, Freshman Counselor.
MARGARET WOOD-B.S., Marion College,
Chorus, Vocal Music. C2nd Semester Onlyj.
JULIA R. WOODSON-A.B., R.-M.W. C.
ALLEN, VICKY-Basketball, Intramural, Vol-
leyball, Hockey, Gym Squad Leader, Latin Club,
Secretary, Critic Staff, Advertisers, Essay Con-
test, Honor League Representative, Secretary,
Student Council Monitor, Junior Red Cross, Tri-
Hi-Y, Latin Tournament, Honorable Mention,
Girl's State, Voted Most Courteous, National
ALLEN, VIRGINIA RHEA CV.A.J-Basket-
ball, Intramural, Volleyball, Hockey, Soccer,
Softball, GAA Member, Choir, High Times
Staff, Honor League Member, Y-Teens, Secre-
tary, Motion Picture Club, Library Council.
ANDERSON, MARGARET GAY-Basketball,
Intramural, Volleyball, Hockey, Softball, F.H.A.,
Honor League, Building Guide, Office Helper.
ARTHUR, BARBARA ANNE-GAA Mem-
ber, Gym Squad Leader, Dramatics, David
Garrick Players, F.H.A., Essay Contest, Reading
Contest, Winner, Honor League, Y-Teens, Junior
AULTICE, JEFFREY LYNN-F r e s h m a n
Basketball, Football, Track, Athletic Association,
Officer, Varsity "G" Club, Band.
AYERS, KENNETH LEE-Varsity "G" Club,
Band, Orchestra, Spanish Club.
AYLOR, OSCAR RAMSEY-Baseball, Basket-
ball, Track, Athletic Association, Choir, Presi-
dent, Reading Contest, Home Room Officer,
Class Council, Senior Day Committee, Varsity
"G" Club, Honor League, Student Council,
Student Council Monitor, Hi-Y, Building Guide,
Boys State, All-State Choir, National Honor
BABER, JANE STAFFORD-Basketball, Ten-
nis, Volleyball, Soccer, Athletic Association,
GAA Member, Letter, Gym Squad Leader, David
Garrick Players, Latin Club, CREST Staff, Co-
Editor, High Times Staff, S.I.P.A., Reading
Contest, Class Officer, Class Committee Member,
Honor League, Officer, Student Council, Stu-
dent Council Convention, Student Council Moni-
tor, SCA Reporter, Athletic Association Ticket
Seller, Building Guide, Girls State, Floor Leader
of the House, Quill 85 Scroll, Vice-President,
Voted Best All Round, Best Personality, Best
Girl Citizen, Most School Spirited, Citizen of the
Month, and Miss Basketball, Citizen of the
Month Committee, Goalpost Committee, National
Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Model General As-
BACON, LELAND S.-Baseball, Gym Squad
Leader, Honor League Member.
BAILEY, PAUL LELAND-Track, Gym
Squad Leader, Dramatics, David Garrick Players,
Science Club, Varsity "G" Club, CREST Staff,
Debate Club, Essay Contest, Reading Contest,
Class Council, Honor League, Assembly Com-
mittee, Hi-Y, President, Junior Red Cross, School
Fund Bookkeeping, Varsity Track Letter.
BANK, BARRY ALLEN-Football, David
Garrick Players, Honor League Member, Athletic
Association Ticket Seller, Lunchroom Helper.
BEARDMORE, RAYMOND DALE-Base-
ball, Basketball, Softball, Class Officer.
BEARDMORE, SUE-Basketball, Softball,
Dramatics, David Garrick Players, F.H.A., Class
Officer, Class Council, Honor League Member,
Student Council Monitor, Assembly Committee,
Junior Red Cross, Library Helper.
BECK, LINDA LOUISE-Basketball, Volley-
ball, Hockey, GAA Member, Gym Squad Leader,
Majorette, F.H.A., Critic Staff, Reading Contest,
Senior Banquet Committee, Class Council, Honor
League, Student Council, Office Helper, National
BLANKENSHIP, CAROL SUE-Volleyball,
Hockey, F.H.A., F.B.L.A., High Times Staff,
BLENCOWE, JAMES A.-Football, Track,
Gym Squad Leader, Varsity "GU Club, Honor
League, Varsity Football and Track Letter.
BOAZE, HENRY DAVID-Honor League,
Glass Eye Staff, Building Guide, Winner of
BOBBITT, JUNE PHYLLIS-Basketball, In-
tramural, Volleyball, Hockey, Softball, GAA
Member, Band, Choir, F.H.A., Vice-President,
Distributors' Club, Glass Eye Staff, Honor
League, Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross, Office Help-
er, Special Teachers Helper.
BOHANNON, JOHN ROBERT-F o o t b a l l,
Track, Softball, Gym Squad Leader, Senior Day
Committee, Assembly Committee.
BOND, BEVERLY JEANNE-Basketball,
Hockey, Glee Club, Spanish Club, Honor League,
Student Council, Library Council, Office Helper,
Vo-ted Nit Witt.
BOND, NANCY LURLINE-Hockey, David
Garrick Players, Secretary and Vice-President,
French Club, Advertisers, High Times Staff, Co-
editor, Essay Contest, Honor League, Student
Council, Assembly Committee, Athletic Associa-
tion Ticket Seller, Building Guide, National
BOND, RONALD LEWIS-Gym Squad Lead-
er, Junior Red Cross, Savings Stamp Helper.
BOOKER, P H I L EDWARD-Basketball,
Football, Track, Gym Squad Leader, Honor
League, Varsity "G" Club, Cafe Bank Runner,
Football, Co-captain and All-State.
BOOTH, RICHARD LAYBURN-Science
Club, Critic Staff, Glass Eye Staff, Essay Con-
test, Honorable Mention, Senior Banquet Com-
mittee, 'Class Council, Senior Day Committee,
Honor League, Student Council, Student Council
Monitor, Junior Red Cross, Athletic Association
Ticket Seller, National Honor Society.
BRADFORD, ELEANOR ANN-Basketball,
Intra.mural, Volleyball, Hockey, Varsity Cheer-
leader, GAA iMe'mber, French Club, Advertisers,
Honor League, Y-Teens, Athletic Association
Ticket Seller, Building Guide.
BRADLEY, ROBERT DOWNING CBUCKJ
-Football, Track, Class Council, Hi-Y, Treas-
urer, Junior Red Cross, Football and Track,
BRENT, WILLIAM KENT-D. E. Club,
Honor League, Cafe Bank Runner.
BROOKS, LINDA OLIVIA-Basketball, Vol-
leyball, Hockey, Soccer, Softball, GAA Member,
Gym Squad Leader, F.H.A., Latin Club, Critic
Staff, Class Council, Honor League, Student
Council, Library Council, National Honor S0-
BROWN, ELEANOR JEAN-Athletic Associa-
tion, GAA Member, Gym Squad Leader, Band,
F.H.A., President, F.B.L.A., Advertisers, High
Times Staff, Honor League, Y-Teens, Special
BROWN, 'MARY MOORE-Soccer, David
Garrick Players, Y-Teens, Library Council.
BURCH, MARY ELLEN-Basketball, Intra-
mural, Volleyball, Hockey, Soccer, Athletic
Association, Cheerleader, Varsity, GAA member,
Gym Squad Leader, Band, Orchestra, Majorette,
Chemisty Club, Science Club, Reading Contest,
Class Officer, Treasurer and Secretary, Class
Committee Member, Class Council, Senior Day
Committee, Student Council, Y-Teens, Junior
Red Cross, Motion Picture Club, Office Helper,
Band, Letter, Senior Queen Attendant, National
BURNLEY, THOMAS RAYMOND-Honor
BURTON, CHARLES WILLIS-Basketball,
Gym Squad Leader, Spanish Club, Glass Eye
Staff, Honor League, Junior Red Cross, Library
BUTLER, BONNIE LEE-Basketball, Intra-
mural, Volleyball, Cheerleader, Varsity, Glass
Palette, Band, Orchestra, Chorus, Class Com-
mittee Member, Class Council, Senior Day Com-
mittee, Honor League, Student Council, Student
Council Monitor, Tri-Hi-Y.
CAMPBELL, CALVIN WAYNE-H o n o r
League, Football, Track, Athletic Association,
Gym Squad Leader, Chorus, Class Council, Jun-
ior Red Cross.
CAMPBELL, DAVID CROWTHER-Gym
Squad Leader, D. E. Club, Glass Eye Staff, Class
Officer, Senior Day Committee, Honor League.
CAMPBELL, SYLVIA JERLEEN-Baskeb
ball, Intramural, Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey,
Glass Palette, Band, Majorette, Chorus, Choir,
Honor League, Junior Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Secre-
tary and Treasurer.
MCANDLER, CAROLYN DALE-Basketball,
Intramural, Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey, Softball,
Gym Squad Leader, David Garrick Players, Latin
Club, Science Club, Honor League, National
CANDLER, JOHN STAPLES-Football,
Track, Gym Squad Leader, Vars-ity "G" Club,
Spanish Club, Class Council, Class Committee
Member, Student Council Monitor, Junior Red
Cross, Boys, State, Voted Class Gia-nt, Home
CARR, ROBERT SCOTT, JR.-Football,
Choir, Science Club, Honor League, Junior Red
Cross, Athletic Association Ticket Seller.
CARWILE, DOROTHY LOUISE-Basketball,
Hockey, Glee Club, Chorus, Choir, F.BqL.A.,
Student Council, Junior Red Cross, Special
CAWTHORNE, BARNEY BYRD CBUCKYJ
-Baseball, Football, Basketball, Gym Squad
Leader, Manager of Sports, D. E. Club, Presi-
dent, Glass Eye Staff, Honor League, Varsity
CHAMBERS, SAMUEL ALLEN, JR. CALD-
Gym Squad Leader, Glass Eye Staff, Essay Con-
test, Class Officer, Honor League, Student 'Coun-
cil, Assembly Committee, Treasurer, Model Gen-
eral Assembly, Hi-Y, Vice-President, Citizen of
the Month Committee, Athletic Association
Ticket Seller, National Honor Society.
CHAMBERS, WILLIAM RUSSELL CBILLD
-Varsity Basketball, Gym Squad Leader, Glass
Eye Staff, Honor League, Student Council, Treas-
urer, Hi-Y, Treasurer and Chaplain, Citizen of
the Month, Voted Typical Senior, National Honor
CHILDERS, ELLEN ARNOLD-Basketball,
Volleyball, Hockey, Softball, Band, Choir, Hon-
or League, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary.
CHILDRESS, ALFRED LEIGHTON-D. E.
Club, Honor League, Hi-Y, Cafeteria Bank Run-
ner, Special Teachers Helper.
CHEVES, ROBERT MARSHALL CBOBBYP
-Honor League, Intramural Freshman Football
Team, Junior Varsity Football Team, Varsity
Football Team, Varsity Track, Varsity "G" Club,
Beginners Band, Choir.
COATES, JOHN C.-Honor League, Intra-
mural Track, Varsity Track, D. E. Club, Fresh-
man Class Council, Home-Room Representative,
Lunchroom Helper, Delegate to State Distribu-
tive Education Convention.
COBB, HOWARD EVANS-Honor League,
Intramural Baseball, Athletic Association, Science
Club, Glass Eye Staff, Senior Class 'Committee
Member, Senior Class Council, Hi-Y Club, Secre-
tary, National Honor Society.
COLE, DELORES MAE-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Hockey, Intra-
mural Softball, Girls Athletic Association,
F.B.L.A., 'Cafeteria Cashier, Special Teachers
COLEMAN, CARL EDWARD-Honor League.
COLEMAN, CAVIL CLINTON - H o n o r
League, Gym Squad Leader, Vice-President of
Freshman Class, Machine Shop Awards.
COLEMAN, G. WAYNE-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, High Times Staff, Cafe-
teria Cashier, Lunchroom Helper.
CONNER, REBECCA ANN CBECKYJ-Hom
or League, Girls' Athletic Association, Chorus,
Glee Club, Senior Day Committee.
CONNER, WILLIAM EDWARD-H o n o r
COOKE, WYLIE R.-Honor League, Fresh-
man Basketball Team, Junior Varsity Basketball
Team, Varsity Basketball Team, Captain, Ath-
letic Association, Gym Squad Leader, Art League,
French Club, Vice-President, Glass Eye Staff,
Essays Contest, Senior Day Committee, Student
Council, Vice-President, Student Council Moni-
tor, Hi-Y, Vice-President, Boys St-ate, Voted Most
COOPER, BETTY FRANCES - H o n o r
League, Intramural Volleyball, Girls' Athletic
Association, Junior Orchestra, Glee Club, Choir,
Latin Club, Reading Club Contests, Assembly
COOPER, BETTY JEAN-Honor League, In-
tramural Volleyball, Glee Club, D. E. Club,
Y-Teens, Special Teachers Helper.
CRAFTON, TOM J.-Honor League, Fresh-
man Basketball, Captain, Junior Varsity Basket-
ball, Freshman Football, Captain, Varsity Foot-
ball, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Track, Gym Squad
Leader, Public Speaking Club, Senior Class Com-
mittee Member, Hi-Y Club, Varsity "G" Club,
Athletic Association Ticket Seller, Building
CREED, NANCY HANKS-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball,
Captain, Intramural Hockey, Gym Squad Leader,
CREST Staff, Senior Class Council, Student Coun-
cil Monitor, Assembly Committee, Senior Ban-
CRIST, JOAN REGINA-Honor League,
F.B.L.A., Office Helper to Dean, Special Teach-
ers Helper, F.B.L.A. Award.
DALTON, PAUL LEFTWICH-Honor League,
David Garrick Club, Assembly Committee, Foot-
ball Motion Pictures, Basketball Motion Pictures.
DAVIS, WILLIAM RONALD-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Junior Band, Senior Band,
Senior Orchestra, Camera Club, Winner of Public
Speaking Contest, Lunchroom Helper.
DAY, WAYNE---Honor League, Homeroom
Rep., Varsity Baseball, Freshman Basketball,
Varsity Basketball, Distributors' Club, Glass Eye
Staff, Junior Red Cross, Varsity "G" Club.
DEACON, MARIE LOUISE-Honor League,
F.H.A., Glee Club.
DEACON, NELDA CAREEN-Honor League,
Intramural Volleyball, Gym Squad Leader,
Speech and Dramatics, F.B.L.A., Treasurer,
President, Junior Class, Treasurer, Senior Class,
Treasurer, Student Council, Committee Chair-
man, Junior Red Cross, Athletic Association
Ticket Seller, Cafeteria Statistician, Cafeteria
Cashier, Office Helper, Special Teachers Helper,
National Honor Society.
DIROM, JOANNE FRANCES-Honor League,
Homeroom Rep., Gym Squad Leader, Student
Council Monitor, Junior Red Cross, Building
Guide, Library -Council Helper, Office Helper.
DOBYNS, JUDITH ELEANOR-H o n o r
DOOLEY, MERLYN B.--Honor League, In-
tramural Basketball Team, Intramural Tennis,
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey, Intra-
mural Softball, Gym Squad Leader, Distributors'
DOWDY, MARSHA LEE-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Soccer, Girls'
Athletic Association, Vice-President, Gym Squad
Leader, Choir, Glass Eye Staff, Student Council,
Secretary, Athletic Association Ticket Seller,
DUCK, KENNETH IRVIN-Honor League,
Homeroom Rep., Beginner Band, Junior Band,
Senior Band, Librarian, Senior Orchestra, Spanish
Club, All-State Band.
DUFF, HERBERT WAYNE-Honor League,
Varsity Baseball, Freshman Basketball, Junior
Varsity Basketball, Gym Squad Leader, Lunch-
room Helper, Varsity "G" Club.
DUKE, JANET ALICE-Honor League, In-
tramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball, Gym
Squad Leader, Spanish Club, Critic, Literary
Editor, Editor-in-Chief, Glass Eye, Assistant Edi-
tor, Literary Society, Second Prize in Civic Pride
Essay Contest, junior Class Committee Member,
Chairman of Decoration Committee, Senior Day
Conxmittee, Student Council, Vice-President, Stu-
dent Council Monitor, Tri-Hi-Y, Citizen of
Month, Girls' State, Quill and Scroll, President,
SIPA Delegate, Senator to Model General Assem-
bly, National Honor Society.
DUNNAM, ELEANOR 'MARIE CSUEJ-
Honor League, Student Council, Homeroom Rep.
DUN NAVANT, REX MCLANE - H o n o r
ELLIOTT, HARVEY R.-Honor League,
Junior Varsity Basketball, Freshman Tennis,
Junior Varsity Tennis, Gym Squad Leader, Glee
FARRAR, HELEN ANNTE-Honor League,
Homeroom Rep., Intramural Basketball, Captain,
Intramural Volleyball, Hockey, Allied Hockey
Team, Representative to Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, Varsity Cheerleader, Head, Manager of
Intramural Basketball, Spanish Club, Advertiser,
High Times, Head Columnist, Co-Editor, Honor-
able Mention in Essay Contest, Junior Class,
Vice-President, Senior Class, Vice-President,
Sophomore Class Council, Senior Class Council,
Student Council, Homeroom Rep., Student Coun-
cil Monitor, Delegate to Student Council Forum,
Athletic Association Drink Seller, First Prize in
Sale of Football and Basketball Season Tickets,
Office Helper to Dean, Special Teachers Helper,
Girls' State, Quill and Scroll, Secretary, Voted
Miss Basketball, Tri-Hi-Y, Delegate to Model
General Assembly, Delegate to SIPA, Senior Day
Committee, Junior-Senior Ring Dance Decoration
Committee, Voted Personality Plus.
FARRIS, HOWARD LEE--Honor League,
Freshman Baseball, Junior Varsity Football,
Intramural Softball, D. E. Club.
FEAGANS, EDWARD DONALD-H o n o r
League, Intramural Baseball, Intramural
ball, Intramural Football, Freshman Football,
Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Football, Varsity
Track, Intramural Softball, Gym Squad Leader,
D. E. Club, Building Guide, Library Council
Helper, Varsity "G" Club, All Western District
Football, All State Football, Track, Set Record.
FERGUSON, ELLEN ELIZABETH-Honor
League, Homeroom Rep., Intramural Hockey,
Athletic Association, Girls' Athletic Association,
Junior Orchestra, Senior Orchestra, Secretary,
Sophomore Class Committee, Junior Class Com-
mittee, Secretary, Senior Class Committee,
Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class Council,
Senior Class Council, Senior Day Committee,
Y-Teens, President, Treasurer, Secretary, Build-
ing Guide, Voted Cutest Couple.
FITZGERALD, FRANCIS BELL-Honor
League, Choir, Debate Club, Senior Class
FORD, FANNY PENN CPENNYJ-Honor
League, Intramural Basketball, Captain, Intra-
mural Volleyballl, Intramural Hockey, Captain,
Champion Team, Chorus, Glee Club, Choir,
President, Aocompan-ist, All-State Choir, French
Club, Athletic Association Ticket Seller, Building
Guide, Office Helper to Assistant Principal,
Prizes for the Sale of Football Season Tickets,
Scholarships, S500 Music, Voted Most Talented,
Essays Contest, Special Teachers Helper.
FORD, ROBERT W.-Honor League, Man-
ager of Track, Junior Band, Senior Band, Senior
Orchestra, D. E. Club, Junior Red Cross.
FORD, WENDE REBECCA--Honor League,
Manager of Sports, Chorus, Choir, Glee Club,
F.H.A., Sophomore Class Council, Junior Class
Council, Senior Class Council, Senior Day Com-
mittee, Junior Red Cross.
FREESE, MARJORIE LOUISE CMARGEX-
Honor League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural
Hockey Team, F.H.A., Reporter, Spanish Club,
Science Club, Publication Collector, High Times,
Essays Contest, Senior Day Committee, Athletic
Association Ticket! Seller, Building Guide, Li-
brary Council Helper, Office Helper, to Dean and
FRYE, MURRELL PRESTON-H o n o r
GARDNER, SUE ANNE-Honor League, In-
tramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball, In-
tramural Softball, Gym Squad Leader, Junior
Band, Vice-President, Senior Band, Science Club,
High Times, Advertising Editor, Public Speaking
Club, Literary Society, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Sec-
retary, Award, National Merit Contest, National
GARRETT, KERMIT, JR.-Honor League,
Varsity Track, Manager of Football.
GARRETT, RICHARD P.-Honor League,
Science Club, Critic Staff, Award, Chemistry,
Quill and Scroll.
GARRISON, ARTHUR CMIKEJ-H o n o r
League, Varsity Track, Gym Squad Leader, Be-
ginners Band, Junior Band, Cafeteria Bank Run-
GIBSON, JAMES FREDERICK-Ho nor
League, Beginner Band, D. E. Club, Vice- Presi-
dent, Junior Red Cross, Special Teachers Helper,
GLASS, HYLTON-Honor League.
GORE, MARY FOSTER-Honor League, In-
tramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball, In-
tramural Hockey, French Club, Latin Club,
Science Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Athletic Asso-
ciation Ticket Seller, Building Guide, National
GRAHAM, JAMES MARTIN CJIMMYJ-
Honor League, Intramural Basketball, Freshman
Football, Junior Varsity Football, Gym Squad
GREEN, HARRY GEORGE, JR.-Baseball,
Manager, Basketball, Manager, Football, Man-
ager, Spanish Club, Dixie Hi-Y, Treasurer, Hon-
or League, Treasurer, Boys' State, Varsity "G"
HAMILTON, JULIA BELLE-Science Club,
Critic Staff, Second in UDC Essay Contest, Tri-
Hi-Y, National Honor Society.
HANSEN, KAREN SANDFORD-Basketball,
Champion, Hockey, Champion, Softball, Oham-
pion, Athletic Association, GAA, Reporter, Vice-
President, President, Gym Squad Leader, Volley-
ball, Champion, Athletic Letter, Chonis, Glee
Club, F.H.A., Reporter, Critic Staff, Literary
Society, Honor League, Vice-President, Student
Council Monitor, Junior Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y,
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Building
Guide, -Citizen of the Month, Committee, Na-
tional Honor Society.
HAPGOOD, EDWARD T., JR.-Basketball,
Freshman, J.V., Football, Freshman, J.V., Var-
sity, Tennis, Varsity, Captain, Gym Squad Lead-
er, French Club, Treasurer, Glass Eye, Class
Council, Senior Day Committee, Honor League,
Student Council Representative, Hi-Y, Secretary,
Boys' State, Football Scholarship, Voted Best
Looking, Varsity "G" Club, National Honor So-
HARDESTY, JUDITH ALICE-Basketball,
Gym Squad Leader, David Garrick Club, Vice-
President, Secretary, Plays, Latin Club, CREST
Staff, Co-Editor, Glass Eye, Editor, SIPA, De-
bate Club, Reading Contest, Vice-President
Sophomore Class, Assembly Committee, Chair-
man, Quill and Scroll, Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain, Vice-
President, Senior Play Committee, Chairman,
Model General Assembly, Honor League.
HARPER, TERRY GARLAND-Science Club.
HARRIS, BARBARA ANN-Basketball,
Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey, Chorus, Glee Club,
Spanish Club, Science Club, High Times, Head
Typist, Tri-Hi-Y, Recording Secretary, Public
Speaking Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Literary S0-
ciety, Ring Dance Committee, Senior Day Com-
mittee, Assembly Committee, Y-Teens, Special
Teachers Helper, Quill and Scroll, National Hon-
HARRIS, NANCY BARBARA-David Gar-
rick Club, Plays, Spanish Club, CREST Staff,
Engraving Editor, Literary Editor, Advertising
Head, SIPA, Assembly Committee, Secretary,
Class Council, Tri-Hi-Y, Model General Assem-
bly, Girls' State, Clerk of the Senate, Junior
Orchestra, Ticket Seller, Basketball, Honor
League, Citizen of the Month, Committee.
HAUSER, JULIA STARKE--Gym Squad
Leader, Chorus, Latin Club, President, CREST
Staff, Y-Teens, State Latin Tournament.
HAYES, AUBREY EDWARD-Football,
J.V., Varsity, Track, Varsity, Senior Band, Sen-
ior Orchestra, Choir, All-State, Honor League
Member, Student Council Monitor, Hi-Y, Var-
sity "G" Club.
HAYMES, EDWARD RANDOLPH-Junior
Orchestra, David Garrick Club, Science Club,
Library Council, National Merit Certificate.
HAYWOOD, GLENDA JUANITA-Basket
ball, Soccer, Athletic Association, GAA, Gym
Squad Leader, Badminton, Choir, David Garrick
Club, French Club, Science Club, Reporter,
Honor League, Building Guide, Office Helper.
HERSHBERGER, ANN GALE-Basketball,
Captain, Volleyball, Hockey, Captain, Soccer,
Athletic Association, GAA, Gym Squad Leader,
French Club, President, Latin Club, Treasurer,
Honorable Men-tion in Essay Contest, Reading
Contest, Junior Class Council, Senior Day Com-
mittee, Honor League, Student Council Monitor,
Assembly Committee, Athletic Association Ticket
Seller, Office Helper, Honorable Mention Latin
Tournament, Second Prize for Selling Tickets,
French Tournament, Freshman Scholarship
HICKMAN, GRETA DIANE-Volleyball,
Hockey, French Club, Tri-Hi-Y.
HICKSON, SARAH ALLEN-Honor League,
Student Council, Convention, Citizen of the
Month, Committee, Chairman, Hall, Cafeteria
Monitor, 'Co-Chairman Easter Lily Sale, David
Garrick Club, Plays, President, Critic Staff, Edi-
tor of Departments, French Club, Public Speak-
ing Club, President, Literary Society, Vice-Presi-
dent, Library Council, Building Guide, Quill and
HIGGINBOTHAM, E. M., III-Football,
Freshman, Class Council, Freshman, Sophomore,
Junior Red Cross, Special Teachers Helper,
HIGGINBOTHAM, P A T R I C I A ANN-
Volleyball, Honor League. '
HILL, MORTON-Athletic Association, Latin
Club, Science Club, Honor League, Motion Pic-
ture Club, Athletic Association Ticket Seller.
HOGAN, MARGARET SHEILA-Orchestra,
Senior, Spanish Club, Reading Contest, Honor
League Member, Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain.
HOLT, WANDA LOU-Basketball, Tennis,
Volleyball, Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Athletic
Association, GAA, Gym Squad Leader, Chorus,
Glee Club, F.H.A., Essay Contest, Reading
Contest, Student Council, Office Helper.
HOVDA, ELEANOR JEANNE-Literary So-
ciety, Latin Club, Critic Staff, Glass Eye Staff,
Debate Club, Senior Day Committee, Honor
League Member, Assembly Committee, Freshman
Glass Eye Award, Quill and Scroll, Latin Tour-
nament, Wrote Achievement Nig-ht Pageant
HOWERTON, BARBARA LEE-Basketball,
Captain, Volleyball, Hockey, Softball, Gym
Squad Leader, Chorus, Choir, Glee Club, F.H.A.,
Class Council, Freshman, Sophomore, Honor
League Member, Representative, Y-Teens, Junior
Red Cross, Building Guide, Office Helper.
HUDSON, DON MAWYER-Basketball, In-
tramural, Athletic Association, Band, David Gar-
rick Club, D. E. Club, Glass Eye Staff, Reading
Contests, Class Council, Junior Red Cross, Lunch-
HUDSON, ELIZABETH JOAN-Basketball,
Volleyball, Hockey, Softball, Athletic Associa-
tion, Chorus, Glee Club, Honor League.
HUDSON, GLORIA MAE-Volleyball,
Hockey, Gym Squad Leader, Chorus, Glee Club,
Class Committee Member, Junior, Senior, Senior
Day Committee, Honor League, Y-Teens.
HUDSON, JOSEPH HARRIS, JR.-Reading
Contest, Honor League.
HUDSON, THOMAS RANDALL-Intramural
Basketball, Athletic Association, Gym Squad
Leader, CREST Staff, Sports Editor, First Place
U.D.C. Contest, Honor League, Boys' State.
HUFFMAN, KAYE RENWICK-Latin Club,
Honor League, Y-Teens, Building Guide, Library
Council, National Honor Society.
HUNDLEY, BRUCE ANDERSON-Football,
Freshman, J.V., Varsity, Tennis, Varsity, Gym
Squad Leader, Varsity "G" Club, Spanish Club,
Honor League, Junior Red Cross, Athletic Asso-
ciation Ticket Seller, ,Cafeteria Cashier.
HUNT, SYLVIA JANE-Chorus, Glee Club,
F.H.A., D. E. Club, Y-Teens, Library Helper,
Salesmanship Award. ,
HURT, BETSY ANN-Basketball, Volleyball,
Hockey, Gym Squad Leader, Majorette, F.H.A.,
Vice-President, Spanish Club, CREST Staff,
Classes Editor, Advertisers, Honor League Mem-
ber, Junior Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Library Council.
JAMES, ROBERT EARL-Dropped.
JEFFERSON, PATRICIA ANN-Basketball,
Hockey, Soccer, Gym Squad Leader, F.B.L.A.,
Historian, D. E. Club, Class Council, Student
Council, Y-Teens, Office Helper.
J ENNINGS, LEROY-Dropped.
JENNINGS, PEGGY ANN-Gym Squad
Leader, Honor League.
JOHNSON, EUGENE LEROY--Second Place
Machine Shop Contest. '
JONES, GRADY LEE-Honor League.
JORDAN, MARY RIELY-Basketball, Volley-
ball, Gym Squad Leader, David Garrick Club,
Latin Club, Tournament, Office Helper, Na-
tional Honor Society.
' JUSTIS, CAROLYN FRANCES-Volleyball,
Hockey, Gym Squad Leader, D. E. Club, Read-
ing Contest, Honor League, Student Council,
Building Guide, Lunohroom Helper.
KESSEE, LAVONA JUNE--Basketball,
Volleyball, Hockey, Soccer, GAA, Glass Palette,
Choir, Latin Club, Honor League, Y-Teens, Na-
tional Honor Society.
KELLY, WILLIAM ANDERSON, JR-Jun-
ior Band, Honor League, Junior Red Cross.
KENNEDY, ELIZABETH ANN CLIZANNJ-
Basketball, Volleyball, Junior Varsity Cheerlead-
er, Head Crheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Gym
Squad Leader, French Club, High Times, Hon-
or League, Student Council Monitor, Junior Red
Cross, Athletic Association Ticket Seller.
KENT, SANDRA LOUISE-Basketball, Vol-
leyball, Athletic Association, Softball, Gym
Squad Leader, Chorus, Honor League Representa-
tive, Student Council, Special Teachers Helper.
KETCHIE, JUDY DIANE-Honor League,
KIDD, JANET MAGANN-Orchestra, Junior,
Senior, French Club, Honor League, Y-Teens.
KIDD, YVONNE VIRGINIA-Basketball,
Volleyball, Hockey, Chorus, Glee Club, David
Garrick Club, Glass Eye Typist, Honor League,
Building Guide, Office Helper.
KITCHEN, PAUL MCKINLEY-Gym Squad
Leader, Latin Club, CREST Staff, Treasurer, As-
sembly Committee, Special Teachers Helper.
KLEIN, BARBARA ANN-Glee Club,
F.H.A., Spanish Club, Homeroom Officer, Honor
League, Library Council.
KLEMAS, REGINA MARIE-Honor League,
Science Club, Tri-Hi-Y.
KNIGHT, CAROLE LEE-Honor League,
Student Council, Secretary, Student Council
Monitor, Assembly Committee, Library Council
Helper, Voted Most School Spirited Girl, Span-
ish Club, David Garrick Players, Glass Eye
Staff, High Times, Feature Editor, Class Com-
mittee, Senior Day Committee, Public Speaking
Club, Vice-President, Literary Society, President,
Girls, State, Quill and Scroll, Treasurer.
KNOWLES, PATRICK LEE-Honor League,
Varsity Football, J. V. Football.
LANG, PATRICIA ANN-Y-Teens, Class
Committee, Senior Day Committee, Cwhorus, Glee
Club, Choir, Intramural Basketball, Captain,
Intramural Tennis, Volleyball, Hockey, Captain,
Softball, Gym Squad Leader.
LANKFORD, MARILYN FRANCES-Honor
League, Y-Teens, Vice-President, Junior Orches-
tra, 'C-horus, Choir, High Times, Spanish Club.
LAYNE, JANE LEE-Honor League, Senior
Day Committee, Class Council, Chorus, Glee
Club, Intramural Basketball.
LEE, SANDRA HUGHES-Honor League,
F.B.L.A., Glass Eye, Cafeteria Bookkeeper, Cafe-
teria Cashier, Special Teachers Helper, Hockey,
Softball, Gym Squad Leader.
LINN, B. GUY-Glass Eye, Varsity "G" Club,
J. V. Football, Varsity Track, Gym Squad
LLOYD, DONALD STANLEY-Student
Council Monitor, Hi-Y, Class Council, Debate
Club and Contests, David Garrick Club.
LONGWOOD, NADINE CAROLYNE-Honor
LOYD, WILLIAM HUBBARD-Honor
League, Essay Contest, Reading Club, Dramatics,
David Garrick Players, Secretary, High Times,
Collector, Latin Club.
LUKIN, NANCY KAY-Honor League, Junior
Band, Senior Band, Senior Orchestra, Choir,
Spanish Club, Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey.
LYNN, IRVING MAY, JR.-Honor League,
Boys' State, Junior Orchestra, Assistant Concert-
master, Senior Orchestra, Vice-President, Presi-
dent, Concertmaster, David Garrick Players,
Treasurer, Senior Play, National Honor Society.
MacARTHUR, BARBARA ANN - H o n o r
League, Gym Squad Leader.
MADDOX, GENE L.-Hi-Y, Senior Day
Committee, Award-s and Prizes, Band, Science
MADDOX, KAYE ROZELLA-Honor League,
Class Council, Ohorus, Choir, 'Glee Club, D. E.
Club, Volleyball, GAA.
MADDOX, RAY-Honor League.
MARSH, BETTY-Honor League, Student
Council Homeroom Representative, Y-Teens,
Secretary, Junior Red Cro-ss, Homeroom Presi-
dent, Class Committee, Sophomore Class Secre-
tary, Class Council, Senior Day Committee,
Literary Contests, Miss Bunny Hop, Senior
Queen, Junior-Senior Orchestra, Cfhorus, Office
Helper, Intramural Basketball, Champions,
Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey, J. V. Cheerleader,
Varsity Cheerleader, GAA, Gym Squad Leader.
MARS-H, JOSEPH EDWARD, II-Assembly
MARSH, PATRICIA MAE-Honor League,
Science' Club, Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Intramural
MARTIN, ELOISE ANNE-Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-
President, Senior Class, High Times, French
Club, Latin Club, Intramural Basketball, Volley-
ball, Soccer, Hockey, J. V. Cheerleader, Varsity
Cheerleader, Voted Friendliest, National Honor
MASON, BETTY LOU-Honor League, Sen-
ior Band, Intramural Basketball, Intramural
MASON, CAROL FAYE-Honor League,
F.H.A. Convention, David Garrick Apprentice,
Glass Eye, F.H.A., President, Spanish Club,
Library Council Helper, Special Teachers Helper,
Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey.
MASON, HAROLD-Honor League.
MAY, WESLEY TERRELL-Honor League,
Honor League Homeroom Representative.
McDAVI-D, DAVID MORTON-Ho nor
League, Motion Picture Club, Essays. Contest,
Public Speaking Club, Athletic Association Ticket
Seller, Library Council, Helper, Lunchroom Help-
er, Intramural Freshman Basketball, Intramural
Freshman Football, Intramural Varsity Football,
MCGATHA, RAY-J. V. Football, Varsity
Football, Varsity "G" Club, Honor League Mem-
ber, Gym Squad Leader.
MCKENNA, BETTY-Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey,
Chorus, Glee Club, Glass Eye, High Times,
Honor League, Y-Teens, Office Helper, Book-
keeper and Collector, Gym Squad Leader.
MCLENNAN, BETTY-Intramural Basket-
ball, David Garrick Players, Latin Club, Debate
Club, Public Speaking Club, Honor League
Member, Honor League Homeroom Representa-
tive, Y-Teens, Office Helper, Girls, State Alter-
nate, National Honor Society, Debate Award.
MEREDITH, COWLES-Athletic Association,
Senior Band, Vice-President, President, Senior
Orchestra, Honor League, Junior Red Cross.
MILLER, SANDRA-Intramural Volleyball,
Intramural Hockey, Athletic Association, Bad-
minton, Cfhoir, David Garrick Players, Civics
Club, Honor League, Y-Teens, Chorus, Usher.
MIRGUET, BJILL-Intramural B a s e b a 1 1,
Freshman Basketball, J. V. Basketball, Intra-
mural Basketball, Freshman Football, J. V. Foot-
ball, Varsity Football, Intramural Football,
Freshman Track, J. V. Track, Varsity Track,
Athletic Association, Gym Squad Leader, Spanish
Club, Science Club, Class Council, S-tudent Coun-
cil Homeroom Representative, Hi-Y.
MOHR, DIBBY-Intramural Basketball, In-
tramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey, J. V.
Cheerleader, Gym Squad Leader, Art, Athletic
Association, Latin Club, Advertiser, High Times,
Senior Day Assembly, Honor League, Student
Council, Monitor, Junior Red Cross, Athletic
Association Ticket Seller, Building Guide,
Ticket Selling Prize, Voted "Biggest Flirt",
Voted Eighth Grade "Cl-ass Clown", Talent
MOORE, NANCY-Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey, In-
tramural Softball, Chorus, Glee Club, D. E.
Club, Honor League, Student Council Home-
room Representative, Library Council Helper.
MOORE, RICHARD-Tennis, Tennis Man-
ager, B-asketball Manager, Varsity "G" Club,
Glass Palette, Choir, Class Council Homeroom
Representative, Senior Day Committee Assembly,
Student Council Monitor, Cafeteria Cihange Dis-
tributor, Voted "Best Bopperf'
MORRIS, JANICE-Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Volleyball, -Captain, Intramural
Hockey, Gym Squad Leader, F.H.A., Latin Club,
CREST, Assistant Principal's Helper, Athletic
Award, National Honor Society, Intramural Soft-
ball, Honor League, Athletic Association Ticket
MOSBY, LEYBURN-Freshman F 0 0 t b a l l,
Varsity Football, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Track,
Gym Squad Leader, Critic, Glass Eye, Associate
Editor, High Times, Public Speaking Club, Class
Committee Member, Class Council, Homeroom
Representative, Senior Day Committee, Honor
League, Student Council Monitor, Assembly
Committee, Hi-Y, President, Varsity "G" Club,
Cafeteria Bank Runner, Boys' State, Voted
MOSBY, RICHARD-J. V. Basketball, Fresh-
man Football, J. V. Football, Varsity Football,
Varsity Track, Class Treasurer, Cafeteria Bank
Runner, Office Helper, Voted "Biggest Flirt."
MOSS, FAYE-Chorus, Glee Club, D. E.
Club, President, Honor League, Homeroom Rep-
MOYER, ASA-Intramural Baseball, Varsity
Baseball, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Foot-
ball, J. V. Football, Varsity Football, Choir,
Spanish Club, Hi-Y, Junior Red Cross, Varsity
"GH Club, Lunchroom Helper, Voted "Nit-
MYERS, BETTIE JEAN-Gym Squad Lead-
er, Junior Band, F. H. A., D. E. Club, Building
Guide, Office Helper. '
NELSON, CARY-Gym Squad Leader, David
Garrick Players, High Times, Reporter, Honor
League, Assembly Committee, Junior Red Cross,
Athletic Association, Ticket Seller, Office Help-
er, Awarded "Homemaker of America."
NEWTON, BEN-Latin Club Consul, CREST,
Class Council, Homeroom Representative, Honor
League, Honor League Homeroom Representa-
tive, Student Council Monitor, Hi-Y, Secretary,
Chaplain, Athletic Association, Ticket Seller,
National Honor Society, Junior Red Cross, Home
NICHOLAS, JUDY-Intramural V Volleyball,
Intramural Soccer, Intramural Hockey, Intra-
mural Softball, Gym Squad Leader, Chorus,
Music Club, All-State Orchestra, F.B.L.A., Vice-
President, -Class Committee Member, Class
Council Homeroom Representative, Honor
League, Honor League Homeroom Representa-
tive, Student Council Homeroom Representative
Alternate, Y-Teens, Special Teachers Helper,
Junior Orchestra, Senior Orchestra.
NICHOLS, ALBERT--Intramural Baseball,
Intramural Basketball, Captain, Glass Eye Sports
Editor, Honor League Member, Honor League
Homeroom Representative, Special Teachers
Helper, National Honor Society.
NOEL, JEANETTE-Gym Squad Leader,
F.H.A., Spanish Club, Science Club, Glass Eye,
Assistant Editor, Y-Teens, Office Helper. ,
OGLESBY, SHAEFER-Span-ish Club, Glass
Eye Staff, Building Guide.
OVERSTREET, EDMUND AUSTIN-Honor
League, Honor League Homeroom Representa-
tive, Cl-ass Council, U. D. C. Contest, Boys' State,
Highest Scholastic Award, Intramural Baseball,
Varsity Baseball, Freshman Football, Freshman
Basketball, J. V. Basketball, Varsity Football,
Varsity "G" Club.
OWEN, KENNETH SEDDON - H o n o r
PACE, JOHN GARY-Honor League, All-
State Choir, Choir, Science Club, Glass Eye,
PADGETT, HELEN KYTHA-Honor League,
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Red Cross, F.H.A.,
Historian, CREST, Glass Eye.
PAGE, IRMA MARIE-Chorus, Glee Club,
F. B. L. A., D. E. Club, Vice-President, Intra-
mural Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Softball,
Gym Squad Leader.
PAGE, LARRY-Gym Squad Leader.
PARKER, SHIRLEY ELEANOR-H o n o r
League, Junior Red Cross, Class Council, D. E.
PARNELL, WILLIAM LIVINGSTON-Hom
or League, Awards, Senior Band, Senior Orches-
tra, Lunchroom Helper, Gym Squad Leader.
PATRICK, WILLIAM ESTHILL-H o n o r
League, French Club, Glass Eye, High Times,
Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll, National Honor
PATTESON, BETTY MIMS-Honor League,
Honor League Homeroom Representative, Stu-
dent Council Monitor, Junior Red Cross, Essay
Contest, French Club, Advertiser, Building
Guide, Special Teachers Helper, Savings Stamp
Seller, Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey,
Gym, Squad Leader.
PELLEY, JEANETTE ANN-Honor League.
PERCY, ANN BUCHANON-Honor League,
Student Council, Student Council Monitor, As-
sembly Committee, Class Officer, Essay Contest,
Reading Club, David Garrick Players, Latin
Club, French Club, CREST, Critic, Glass Eye,
High Times, Building Guide, Intramural Basket-
ball, Hockey, National Honor Society.
PETERS, LO'IS JANE--Intramural Basket-
ball, Captain, Volleyball, Captain, Hockey, GAA,
Secretary, Gym Squad Leader.
PETTIT, WILLIAM JAMES-Honor League,
Hi-Y, Science Club, Glass Eye, Athletic Associa-
tion Ticket Seller, Building Guide, Gym Squad
PETTYJOHN, GRACE BOWLING-Honor
League, Student Council Homeroom Representa-
tive, Assembly Committee, Class Council, Quill
and Scroll, David Garrick Players, French Club,
Latin Club, High Times, Assistant Editor, Ath-
letic Association Ticket Seller, Building Guide,
Gym Squad Leader, National Honor Society.
PETTYJOHN, RICHARD GRAVES-Honor
League, Junior Red Cross, Tennis, Gym Squad
PHILLIPS, FELICIA ANN-Honor League,
Tri-Hi-Y, Cvhoir, Spanish Club, Office Helper,
Intramural Basketball, Hockey.
PLEASANTS, JOHN MCGEHEE-Student
Council Homeroom Representative, Hi-Y, Junior
Red Cross, Varsity "G" Club, Voted Class
Clown, Choir, Spanish Club, Glass Eye, Intra-
mural Basketball, Manager Varsity Basketball
Team, Freshman Football, J. V. Football, Var-
sity Football, Varsity Track, Gym Squad Leader.
POORE, BETTY JEAN-Honor League, Y-
Teens, Class Secretary, Glee Club, Spanish Club,
Athletic Association Ticket Seller, Building
Guide, Library Council Helper, Volleyball,
Hockey, GAA Officer, Gym Squad Leader.
PORTER, JEAN BROWN-Honor League,
Y-Teens, U. D. C. Essay Contest and Award,
Dramatics, Play, David Garrick Players, Senior
Play, F.H.A., Science Club, Athletic Association
Ticket Seller, Special Teachers Helper.
POTTER, CLIFTON WILLIAM, JR.-Honor
League, Alternate Student Council Homeroom
Representative, Student Council Monitor, Assem-
bly Committee, Homeroom Treasurer, Quill and
Scroll, Literary Society, Spanish Club, Critic,
National Honor Society.
PRICE, JOHN W., JR.-Homeroom President,
Homeroom Treasurer, Voted Most Valuable Foot-
ball Player, Freshman Football, J. V. Football,
Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Gym Squad
Leader, Basketball Team Manager.
PUCKETT, MARGARET JUNE-February
PUGH, THOMAS RUDD-Honor League,
Chemistry Club, Science Club, High Times.
RAWLINGS, SANDY-Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Soccer, Allied Hockey, Intramural
Hockey, Art League, Vice-President, Spanish,
Club, Science Club, Critic, Co-Art Editor, Senior
Day Committee, Hon-or League Homeroom Rep-
resentative, Junior Red Cross, Saving Stamp
Seller, Special Teachers Helper, Athletic Letter,
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Softball.
REAMNS, BONNIE-Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey,
Chorus, F.B.L.A., Senior Day Committee, Y-
REASOR, BECKY-Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Tennis, Intramural Volleyball, Intra-
mural Soocer, Intramural Hockey, Intramural
Softball, Gym Squad Leader, Majorette, CREST,
Honor League, Hon-or League
resentative, Junior Red Cross,
REID, BUDDY-Intramural Baseball, Varsity
Manager, J. V.
Baseball, Gym Squad Leader,
Baseball, CREST, Honor League, Student Council
Monitor, Library Council, Helper.
REYNOLDS, GLADYS-Intramural Basket-
ball, Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey,
Beginner's Band, Junior Band, D. E. Club, Honor
League, Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross, Special
Teachers Helper, Intramural Softball.
RICH, BETSY-Intramural Volleyball, Glee
Club, Dramatics, Class Play, Latin Club, Spanish
Club, Science Club, Contest Winner, Tri-Hi-Y,
Model General Assembly, Essay Contest, Class
Secretary, Class Council Homeroom Representa-
tive, Senior Day Committee, Honor League,
Library Helper, Office Helper, Essay Prize,
Honor League Homeroom Representative.
RICHARDSON, JOYCE-Intramural Basket-
ball, Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Soccer,
Intramural Hockey, Chorus, Glee Club, Music
Club, F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Treasurer, Treasurer of
Junior Class, Assistant Treasurer of Senior Class,
Class Council, Honor League, Y-Teens, Office
RICHLIN, PAUL-Varsity Baseball, French
Club, Honor League, Student Council Monitor,
Varsity "G" Club Award.
RIDDLE, GEORGE-J. V. Football, Varsity
Football, Intramural Track, Athletic Association,
Gym Squad Leader, Varsity "G" Club, Home-
room Officer, Honor League, Student Council
Homeroom Representative. V
RIGNEY, WILLIE L.-Honor League Home-
ROARK, BETTY--Intramural Basketball,
F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Honor League, Honor League
Homeroom Representative, Y-Teens, Junior Red
Cross, Office Helper.
ball, Athletic Association, Beginner's Band, Treas-
urer, Junior Band, Senior Band, D. E. Club,
Honor League Homeroom Representative, Stu-
dent Council Homeroom Representative, Fresh-
man Football Award, Senior Band Award.
ROBERTSON, JOHN MOTT-French Club,
Glass Eye, Senior Class President, Class Council
Homeroom Representative, Senior Day Commit-
tee, Honor League, Student Council Homeroom
Representative, Student Council Social Commit-
tee Chairman, Assembly Committee, Hi-Y, Presi-
dent, Vice-President, Athletic Association Ticket
Seller, Boys' State, Lt. Governor, Voted '4Most
Likely To Succeed", National Honor Society.
RORABAUGH, ANN-Intramural Basketball,
Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey, Intra-
mural Soccer, Junior Cheerleader, Varsity Cheer-
leader, Athletic Association, Gym Squad Leader,
Spanish Club, Eighth Grade Class President,
Class Council Homeroom Representative, Senior
Day Committee, Honor League, Student Council
Monitor, Office Helper to Dean, Voted "Happy
RO-SSER, ANN-Intramural Volleyball, Intra-
mural Hockey, Chorus, Debate Club and Con-
test, Honor League Member, Junior Red Cross,
ROYER, NANCY--Intramural Basketball, In-
tramural Hockey, Intramural Softball, Gym
Squad Leader, All-State Ohoir, Junior Red Cross,
RUBENVSTEIN, SANDRA-Intramural Bask-
etball, Intramural Tennis, Intramural Volleyball,
Intramural Hockey, GAA Member, Gym Squad
Leader, Chorus, Choir, Glee Club, F.H.A.,
Science Club, Essay Contest, Reading Contest,
Class Committee Member, Class Council Home-
room Representative, Senior Day Committee,
Honor League, Honor League Homeroom Rep-
resentative, Student Council Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Student Council Monitor, Junior Red
Cross, Y-Teens Officer, All State Choir.
RUDACILLE, BARRY-Honor League Mem-
RUFFIN, WED-Latin Club, Football, Track,
CREST Staff, Glass Eye, Honor League, Student
Council Homeroom Representative, Student
Council Monitor, Building Guide.
RUMBURG, J AY-Intramural Basketball,
Freshman Football, Track Manager, J. V. Foot-
ball Manager, Varsity Football Manager, Varsity
"G" Club, Glass Eye, Hi-Y-Teens, Junior Red
RYON, JOHN--Intramural Track, Band,
Choir, Dramatics, Class Play, David Gai-rick
Players, Senior Play, Science Club, Ninth Grade
Class Officer, Hi-Y, Award, National Honor
SANDIDGE, DAN-Intramural Basketball,
Junior Band, Senior Band, Senior Orchestra,
Spanish Club, Class Council Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Honor League, Student 'Council Moni-
tor, Junior Red Cross, Lunchroom Helper, All
State Band Award, Boys' State, Voted "Most
SANDIFER, CAROLE-Gym Squad Leader,
Glass Palette, Senior Orchestra, Choir, Collector,
CREST, Co-Art Editor, Honor League Member,
Assembly Committee, Y-Teens, Building Guide.
SCHLEY, DONALD GRAYSON-Freshman
Basketball, J. V. Basketball, Varsity Basketball,
Varsity Baseball, Freshman Football, Athletic
Association, Gym Squad Leader, Honor League,
Honor League Homeroom Representative, Stu-
dent Council Homeroom Representative.
SCHLEY, PATRICIA SYLVIA-H o n o r
League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Soc-
cer, David Garrick Players, F.B.L.A.
SCHMINCKE, RANDALL LOUIS-Honor
League, Bank Runner.
SCHMITT, NANCY ANN-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball, In-
tramural Hockey, Intramural Softball, Girls' Ath-
letic Association, Gym Squad Leader, Chorus,
Glass Eye Staff, Senior Council, Office Helper,
Special Teacher's Helper, Athletic Awards.
SCOTT, LINDA LOUISE-Honor League, In-
tramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey, Girls'
Athletic Association, Gym Squad Leader, Chorus,
Glee Club, Freshman Class Council, Sophomore
Class Council, Honor League Member, Y-Teens.
SCOTT, RUTH GLENN-Honor League,
Chorus, D. E. Club.
SCRUGGS, HOWARD L.-Honor League,
Varsity Baseball, Gym Squad Leader, Lunchroom
Helper, Varsity "GV Club, Secretary-Treasurer.
SCRUGGS, KAREN CRAIGHILL-H o n o r
League, Intramural Hockey, Gym Squad Leader,
Glass Palette, President, Dramatics, Executive
Board, French Club, Critic, Art Editor, High
T imes, Reading Contest, Senior Class Committee
Member, Senior Day Committee, Alternate
Homeroom Honor League Representative, Assem-
bly Committee, Athletic Association Ticket Sell-
er, Voted Most Talented.
SEAY, SHIRLEY ANN-Honor League, In-
tramural Tennis, Intramural Hockey, Gym Squad
Leader, Chorus, Glee Club, French Club, Latin
Club, D. E. Club, Literary Society, Secretary-
Treasurer, Critic, Essay Contests, Honor League
Homeroom Representative, Building Guide,
Special Teachers Helper, Latin Tournament, Na-
tional Honor Society.
SETTLE, JAMES EDWARD, JR.--Honor
League, Intramural Basketball, Senior Band,
Senior Orchestra, Essay Contests, Junior Red
Cross, Lunchroom Helper, Band Letter.
SHEPHERD, SALLY GAYLE-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Tennis, Intra-
mural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey, Intramural
Soccer, Girls' Athletic Association, Gym Squad
Leader, Chorus, Cvhoir, French Club, Sophomore
Class Treasurer, Senior Day Committee, Junior
Red Cross, Office Helper, Voted Best Looking,
Voted Sweetheart of Varsity "G" Club.
SHORTER, WILLIAM SHELTON-Honor
League, Band, Motion Picture Club.
SIMMS, OTIS RAY-Honor League, D. E.
Club, Lunchroom Helper.
SIMPSON, FAE C.-Honor League, Intra- TERRELL, KATHERINE DALE-Honor
mural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball, Intra-
mural Hockey, Y-Teens, Library Helper.
SLOUGH, MARY RUSSELLE - H o n o r
League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol-
leyball, Intramural Soccer, Gym Squad Leader,
Essay Contests, Freshman Class Officer, Junior
Red Cross, Building Guide, Office Helper,
Special Teacherls Helper.
SMITH, ROBERT MOON-Honor League,
Band, Orchestra, Camera Club, D. E. Club,
Freshman Class Homeroom Representative, Stu-
dent Council Homeroom Representative, Student
Council Monitor, Building Care Committee,
Motion Picture Club, Building Guide, Special
SNOW, CARLTON JAMES-Honor League,
Freshman Football, J. V. Football, Gym Squad
Leader, Choir, Glass Eye Staff, Forensic Club,
Freshman Cl-ass Secretary, Sophomore Class
President, Junior Class Committee Member,
Junior Class Council, Honor League Homeroom
Representative, Sophomore Honor League Rep-
resentative, Junior Honor League Representative,
Honor League President, Assembly Committee,
Athletic Association Ticket Seller, Citizen of
Month Award, Student Council Homeroom Rep-
STANFORD, DANTE TALLEYRAND
POITEVANT, JR.--Honor League, D. E. Club,
Honor League Homeroom Representative, Stu-
dent Council Homeroom Representative, Junior
STAPLES, BENNETT LAYTON-H o n o r
League, J. V. Football, Varsity Football, Athletic
Association Officer, Gym Squad Leader, Junior
Red Cross, Cafeteria Bank Runner, Lunohroom
STEINMETZ, JAMES RICHARD-H o n o r
Leag11e, Baseball, Glass Palette, Chorus, French
Club, Hi-Y, Library Helper, Junior Red Cross,
STERNE, JOYCE ANNE-Honor League,
David Garrick Apprentice, F.H.A., Science Club,
Y-Teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Library Council, National
STORY, ALICE K A T H L E E N-Honor
League, Intramural Softball, Chorus, Choir, Glee
SWEENEY, THOMAS WHITNEY-Honor
League, Basketball Manager, David Garrick Play-
er, David Garrick Club Treasurer, Senior Day
Committee, Honor League Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Athletic Association Ticket Seller,
Lunchroom Helper, National Merit Scholarship,
Honorable Mention, National Honor Society.
TALLMAN, ELIZABETH MARIE-Honor
League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Volley-
ball, Intramural Hockey, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, French Club, Student -Council Homeroom
Representative, Athletic Association Ticket Sell-
er, Office Helper.
TATE, JIMMIE-Honor League, Band, As-
League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol-
leyball, Intramural Hockey, Gym Squad Leader,
Allied Hockey Team, David Garrick Player,
Latin Club, Science Club, Student Council Moni-
tor, Library Helper, National Honor Society.
THAXTON, HAROLD CHANDLER, JR.-
Honor League, J. V. Basketball, Freshman, J. V.,
and Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Gym Squad
Leader, Spanish Club Treasurer, Junior Red
Cross, Track Captain, Athletic Awards, Voted
Most Athletic, Varsity "GU Club, Boys' State.
THOMAS, BETTYE NICHOLS-H o n 0 r
League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol-
leyball, Intramural Hockey, David Garrick
Player, French Club, Latin Club, Publication
Advertiser, Spelling Contest, Student Council
Homeroom Representative, Junior Red Cross,
Office Helper, Quill and Scroll, National Honor
THOMAS, CLAYTON ALLEN-Honor
League, Intramural Baseball, Basketball, J. V.
Football, Gym Squad Leader, Student Council
Homeroom Representative, Lunchroom Helper.
THOMASSON, WILLIAM SHERER-Honor
League, Intramural Basketball, Varsity Track,
Gym Squad Leader, Glass Eye Staff, Essay Con-
test, Hi-Y, Ticket Seller, Building Guide, Bank
Runner, Special Teacher's Helper.
THOMPSON, FRANCIS NEAL-Honor
League, Freshman Football, Varsity Tennis,
Football Manager, Spanish Club, Senior Day
Committee, Hi-Y, Junior Red Cross.
THORNHILL, J. TAYLOR, III-H o n o r
League, Hi-Y, Athletic Association Ticket Seller,
THORNSIBURY, THANNA WANDA-Honor
League, Intramural Volleyball, Senior Band,
Choir, Junior Red Cross.
THURST ON, LINDA LOU-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Gym Squad Leader,
F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Reporter, Science Club, High
Times Staff, Honor League Homeroom Repre-
TRENT, J OHNNIE-Dropped.
TRENT, PHILIP PAUL--Honor League.
TUCKER, DOROTHY MAXINE-Honor
League, Spanish Club, Office Helper.
TUCKER, FRED THOMAS-Honor League,
Baseball, Football, D. E. Club, Cafeteria Bank
Runner, Cafeteria Cashier, Lunchroom Helper.
TURNLEY, NANCY LOUISE-Honor League,
F.H.A., D. E. Club, Secretary, Glass Eye Staff,
Junior Class Homeroom Representative, D. E.
Student of the Year.
TWEEDY, ELIZABETH ANNE-H o n o r
League, Intramural Basketball, Captain, Intra-
mural Volleyball, Intraniural Hockey, Girls'
Athletic Association, Junior Class Play, Make-up,
Senior Class Play, Costumes, David Garrick Play-
er, Vice-President Spanish Club, 'CREST Staff,
Glass Eye Staff, Assistant Editor, Senior Day
Committee, Student Council Homeroom Repre-
sentative, Building Guide, Thom McAnn Award,
Girls' State, Tri-Hi-Y, Corresponding Secretary,
President, Chaplain, Citizen of the Month, Juven-
ile Advisory Board, Voted Most Likely to Suc-
ceed, National Honor Society.
TYREE, CARROLL DAVID-Honor League.
VIAR, BRENDA LYNNE-Honor League,
Intramural Badminton, Intramural Volleyball,
Intramural Hockey, Gym Squad Leader, Chorus,
Choir, Building Guide, Athletic Association
Ticket Seller, Athletic Award.
WADE, BERT-Honor League, Contest Win-
ner, Essay Contests, Athletic Association Ticket
WADE, PATRICIA FAYE-Honor League,
Gym Squad Leader, Choir, F.H.A., D. E. Club
Delegate to State Convention, Glass Eye Staff,
Student Council Homeroom Representative, Stu-
dent Council Monitor, Tri-H-Y.
WALKER, JAMES EMORY-Honor League,
J. V. Football, Varsity Football, Track, Gym
Squad Leader, Spanish Club, Reading Contest,
Honor League Officer, Student Council Monitor,
WALKER, MINA OTEY-Honor League,
Varsity Cwheerleader, Gym Squad Leader, David
Garrick Player, French Club, Latin Club, Pub-
lication Advertiser, High Times Staff, Senior Day
Committee, Honor League Homeroom Represen-
tative, Student Council Monitor, Building Guide,
National Honor Society.
WATTS, PATTY SUE-Honor League.
WEILAND, FRANK CONRAD-H o n o r
League, D. E. Club, Luncihroom Helper.
WEST, SANDRA LEORA-Honor League,
D. E. Club, D. E. Manual Award.
Varsity "G" Club, National Honor So-
WHEELER, OGDEN-Honor League, Intra-
mural Baseball, Gym Squad Leader, Library
Helper, Lunchroom Helper.
WHITE, KENNETH S.-Honor League, Gym
Squad Leader, Junior Band, Senior Band, Senior
Orchestra, Forensic Club, Junior Class President,
Senior Day Committee, Honor League Home-
room Representative, Student Council President,
Student Council Monitor, Assembly Committee,
Hi-Y, Junior Red Cross, Voted Be-st All-around,
Citizen of the Month, National Honor Society.
WILBURN, JUDY ELLIS-Honor League,
Intramural Basketball, Intramural Hockey, J. V.
Cheerleader, Girls' Athletic Associa-tion, Gym
Squad Leader, Spanish Club, Student Council
Monitor, Athletic Association Ticket Seller,
Building Guide, Library Helper, Office Helper,
Voted Typical Freshman.
WILKERSON, JEAN MARIE-Honor League,
Junior Orchestra, Senior Orchestra, F.H.A.,
Science Club, D. E. Club, Y-Teens, All-State
WILLIAMS, GAIL-Honor League, Girls' Ath-
letic Association, Chorus, Secretary, Glee Club,
Student Council Homeroom Representative.
WILLIAMSON, WALTER RAY-Honor
League, Alternate Student Council Representa-
tive, Athletic Association Ticket Seller.
WILMOUTH, VIRGINIA CAROLYN-Honor
League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Ten-
nis, Intramural Volleyball, Intramural Hockey,
Intramural Softball, Allied Hockey Team, Senior
Majorette, Chorus, Choir, Glee Club, Y-Teens,
WOOD, PATRICIA ANN-Honor League, In-
tramural Softball, Glee Club President, D. E.
Club, Junior Red Cross, Special Teacherls Help-
WOOD, RAYMOND G.-Honor League, In-
tramural Baseball, Intramural Basketball.
WOOD, ROBERT CORNELIUS, III-Honor
League, Intramural Baseball, Varsity Baseball,
Freshman Basketball, J. V. Basketball, Freshman,
J. V., and Varsity Football, Gym Squad Leader,
Junior Band, French Club, Boys' State, Varsity
"G" Club, Voted Most School Spirited, Best
Personality, Best All-around, Friendliest, Na-
tional Honor Society.
WOODALL, LUCY VIRGINIA-Honor
League, Intramural Basketball, Intramural Vol-
leyball, Intramural Hockey, Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, Dramatics, High Times Staff, Senior
Class Council Homeroom Representative, Senior
Day Committee, Honor League Homeroom Rep-
resentative, Building Guide, Special Teacheris
WRIGHT, TOM-Varsity Football, Baseball,
Spanish Club, Glass Eye, Honor League, Y-
Teens, Baseball Award, Special Teachers Helper.
YOUNG, BILL-Intramural Basketball, Intra-
mural Football, Varsity Tennis, Intramural Ten-
nis, Intramural Track, Varsity Track, Intramural
Volleyball, Varsity Volleyball, Intramural Bowl-
ing, Varsity Bowling, Intramural Softball, Gym
Squad Leader, Choir, Spanish Club, Debate
Club, 'Class Officer, 'Class Council Homeroom
Representative, Senior Day Committee, Honor
League Homeroom Representative, Student
Council Officer, Student Council Monitor, Hi-Y,
YOUNGER, TED-Intramural Basketball,
Varsity Tennis, Track, Football, Gym Squad
Leader, Senior Day Committee, Honor League,
Junior Red Cross, Talent Assembly.
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