Gloucester High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Gloucester, VA)

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« THE GLOU CESTtK - EIVALIEH OF ’56 11 slow As time speeds swiftly by, our memorie ly fade. We, the Cavalier Staff of 1955-56, have some of the wonderful moments of this year in i at some future time, a glimpse of tile pic«res fj mind one pleasant experience or onef old friend, accomplished our goal. f 1 Us v ' j| n § ' DEDICATED TO Mr. E. E. Trent, principal of Gloucester High School. Be¬ cause of his friendliness, thoughtfulness, and understanding, and because of his deep and sincere concern for education and for the welfare of our high school, we, the 1956 Senior Class, wish to honor this man, ALMA MATER We sing our Alma Mater And praise thy glorious name. We join in mighty chorus To laud thy halls of fame. Sing hail to Thee, Sing hail to Thee, Loud let your voices cry With loyal adoration For dear old Gloucester High. We’ll fill our hearts with gladness And never shall it die. - _ r_»- !■ k .■--J? - tt 242-t K, at 5 MR. E.E. TRENT, B.A., M.A. Randolph-Macon College and University of Virginia Principal Superintendent of Schools MISS JOYCE SHACKELFORD Secretary to the Principal ADHIIISTIMTION Joyce taking dictation from Mr„ Trent MRS. I.M. ANDERTON Blackstone College Mathematics MR. EDWARD BRUDER III B. S. Temple University Social Studies MRS. J.C. BROWN B.S., Longwood College English MR. R.S. BURTON Drexel Inst, of Tech. Commercial MRS. J.B. COX, B.S. Longwood College MRS. B.T. CLEMENTS, B.A. Home Economics Mary Washington College English MRS. LUCY R. HALE B.A. Wilson College Mathematics MR. THOMAS H. HAMILTON B.S. William and Mary Physical Education Coach MRS. M.T. HARRIS, B.A. Washington College Librarian MR. G.W. HEATH, JR. B.S. , V.M.I. Physics, Chemistry MRS. HAYES HOGG, B.A. William and Mary Civics History, Guidance MISS JOYCE JENKINS Longwood College Commercial MR. R.M. JEWELL B.S..M.ED. , V.P.I. Shop, Agriculture MRS. H.T. LONGEST B.A., Westhampton Biology, Spanish MRS. JAMES ROWE William and Mary English MRS. MARY O. ROWE, B.S. V.P.I. Phys. Ed., Science MRS. T.B. TREAKLE B.A. Randolph-Macon Woman’s College English, Latin MR. JAMES VIA B.S. , M. ED. , V.P.I. Agriculture MRS. NANCY T. WELLS B.S. , R.P.I. Social Studies MR. R.W. WELLS B.S. , R.P.I. Music MISS A.R. WIATT B. S. Longwood College Physical Education MR. S.H. YOUNG B. S., University of Oregon D. O. and D. E. MILK TEACHERS IN ACTION Mrs. Rowe fills in bus report Mrs. Longest helps with lab work SENIORS . mM I Vice-President . President . . CLASS OFFICERS a Buddy Burnett Reporter . . . Carolyn Williams Treasurer . . Secretary .... Kathleen Pointer Earlene Chapman Margaret Wiatt CLASS OF ’56 C1 x sS Colons areen and el Mo " H o ' Find OL way or ma-Uc. one Mary Feme Alexander Sven Dan Berg, Jr, William Russell Blake Joan Ann Ambrose Richard Edwin Barter SENIORS Joyce Marie Belvin JAMES AUBREY BOHANNON JOYCE ANNETTE BOOKER LENA MAE BROWN SENIORS PATRICK EUGENE BROWN PATRICIA GREY BURKE SENIORS OMER GUY BURNETT, JR. PHYLLIS ANN CLEMENTS NINA RUTH CLEMENTS FRANCES EARLENE CHAPMAN n vim JOHN STUART CONNER KENNETH EARL DEAL IRVING BENNETT DIXON MARY LEATH CUSHMAN SENIORS RAYMOND EDWARD DAVIS RAYMOND HUNTER FARRIS SENIORS ARCHIE ROOSEVELT FORD PETER ROBERTS HALE BERNARD LEE GWYN 17 y BERNICE MARIE HALL WALTER HERMAN HOGG SENIORS JOHN WILLIAM HOGGE SENIORS MARION DENNIS HOGGE NORMA DODD HOGGE MARGARET HAMILL JONES ALICE LEE KEMP THOMAS EDSTER HOGGE 1 9 MARIE FRANCES KRISSAK SENIORS SHELBY JEAN MARSHALL GEORGE WRAYFIELD OLIVER 20 SENIORS SHIRLEY MAE OLIVER JOHN CLIFFORD ROBBINS BARBARA ANN ROBINS 21 WILLIAM HARRY ROBINS IRA COOPER ROBINS EDWARD GARRETT SHACKELFORD CLARENCE SAMUEL SMITH ELYA LORRAINE ROBINS JAMES HAROLD SMITH SENIORS 22 SENIORS MARY LOUISE SMITH ANN JANE WEST LOLA ELIZABETH WALKER SENIORS CAROLYN CRAIG WILLIAMS CLASS OFFICERS President. . . . Nora Ellen Miller Treasurer.Melissa Rowe Secretary .... Alice Sterling Reporter .Peggy Sterling Vice-President .... Freddie Blake JUNIORS FIRST ROW Judy Barter Audrey Belvin Barbara Jean Belvin Stanley Belvin Freddie Blake Carter Borden Barbara Boswell SECOND ROW Betty Bridges Alton Brown James Brown Lavinia Brown Jane Callis Peggy Carr Mary Hyde Chism THIRD ROW Charlotte Coates Sylvia Davis Dennis Emerson Ruth Jenkins Ann Gantt Joan Lawson John Gray SIXTH ROW Barbara Green James Lewis James Groome Penny Mason FOURTH ROW Mary Ann McCarthy David Hale Richard Mellar Edward Hall Bill Mershon Bobby Hall Nora Miller Nancy Hall Francis Moore Harvey Harris SEVENTH ROW Lawrence Hoffman John Newcomb Betsy Hogge Nettie Oliver FIFTH ROW Russell Oliver Betty Hogge William Pierce Robert Hogge Howard Robbins Richard Hunt Charles Ronk Audrey Jenkins Charlotte Jenkins Melissa Rowe 26 FIRST ROW Sylvia Rowe Frank Seely Charles Sears Herman Sears Hershal Smith Tommy Speakman Alice Sterling SECOND ROW Elmo Sterling Nelda Sterling Peggy Sterling V. C. Sutton Dan Winters Ann Waddell NOT PICTURED Willie Robins Jr. William West junior urn BERMUDA HOP 28 PICTURE not AVAiLneu CLASS OFFICERS Treasurer. Arnold Johnston Vice-President.David Birdsall President ....... Mike Quinlin Reporter.Claudia Brown Secretary .... Betty Mae Booker SOPH0MORGS Bernard Ambrose Anne Belvin Grace Belvin Irma Belvin Nannie Belvin David Birdsall Betty Mae Booker Betsy Bonniville Lewis Brothers Claudia Brown Martha Brown Boyd Bunting Robert Bunting CUSS OF 18 John Farinhoit Carrie Fields Ward Ford Jean Gantt Lynn Gantt Charlotte Goode Elwood Hall Janet Haynes Mavis Heywood Percy Hicks Anne Carmine Ernest Carmine Joe Casey Jack Chapman Ronald Clements Edward Conner Mitchell Croswell Ray Dame Mitchell Dunston Delores Ewell Carolyn Hogg Clinton Hogge Jean Hogge Judson Hogge Angilee Horsley Barbara Jenkins Francis Jenkins Arnold Johnston Meredith Jones Judy Jordan 31 cuss of 18 Delores Kemp Joseph King Wayne Leigh Frances Mahone Daniel Marshall Charles Miller Camille Phillips Rosalyn Quinn Mike Quinlin James Riley Melvin Walker Billy Weaver Leona West Marion West Rebecca West Roamie West Gwyndolyn Wharton Betty Jean White Morris Williams Patricia Rilee Pat Rowe Sandra Sellars Lois Smith Mary Smith Fred Stratton Arthur Streagle David Streagle Martha Thompson Gloria Walton NOT PICTURED Doris Mae Emerson 32 f Mm i ■ I 1 i | 8 j ■ f; ( l .5 J ■L - W «§ WF. Ik o J| Vice-President President . CLASS OFFICERS Carolyn Virginia Hall . Carolyn Blake Treasurer . . Secretary . . Reporter . . Jerry Edwards Margaret Cushman Frances Seawell FRESHMEN FIRST ROW Nancy Alexander William Anderson Mary Ellen Ashe Joe Harvey Bailey Shirley Bailey SECOND ROW Nancy Beamguard Elliott Belvin Romania Belvin Sue Belvin Carolyn Blake 33 CUSS OF ’59 Ada Bridges Barbara Brown Goldie Brown Mildred Brown Rosia Lee Brown Margarette Bunting Daniel Carmine James Chapman Peggy Chapman Barbara Clements Rachel Clements Barbara Coates Mary Coates Nina Crowder Margaret Cushman Jerry Edwards Brenda Emerson Jean Ewell James Gray Eugene Greene Robert Green Virginia Greene Carolyn Hall Carolyn Hall David Hall Hansford Hall Phyllis Hall Robert Hall James Harris Buddy Harris Woody Haynes Barbara Heywood Gloria Hibble Jean Hill David Hoffman Maryus Hogge Claiborne Hogge James Horsley Barbara Jenkins Betty Jenkins Billy Jenkins Cecelia Jenkins Hilda Jenkins James Jenkins Jimmie Jenkins Lois Jenkins Preston Jenkins Rebecca Kellum cuss of ’so Elizabeth Mason Phillip Mabry Margaret McCoy Kay Mershon Lois Moore James Mott Sylvia Oliver Carol Oulahan Shirley Owens Virginia Quillian James Rilee Faye Robins Stephen Robins Herbert Ronk Evelyn Rowe Linwood Rowe Frances Seawell Eugene Simmons Billy Smith Bruce Smith Hilda Smith Jane Smith Norma Smith Ronald Smith Richard South Charles Stubblefield Allen Sutton Vaughan Sutton Lola Swindeck Susan Swindell Mona Thomas Brook Treakle Stephanie Wagner Betty Lou Ward Susan Weaver Lawrence West Lola West Annette Wilburn Alice Williams Ranny Williams Nicholas Whitecotton NOT PICTURED Wayne Turner Anne Turner Julia Osmond oioucester High Scnooi Library 35 CLASS OFFICERS Vice-President. . . . Betty C. Williams President. Peggy Fletcher Reporter. David Trent Treasurer.John Wiatt Secretary.Charles Duncan EIGHTH GRIDE FIRST ROW Betty Baumgardner James Baurnback Ray Bohannon Antionette Bonniville Edward Bonniville Horace Bonniville Richard Bradley SECOND ROW Herbert Bridges Garland Bristow Mary Brooks James Brown Gaynell Brown Clarice Brown Mable Brown 36 CUSS OF ’60 Murray Brown Russell Brown Walton Brown Douglas Boughton Nancy Burke Cora Mae Carmine Orren Chapman Marjorie Clements John Coates Melinda Conway Lloyd Cox Billy Davis Hugh DeA lba Charles Duncan Robert Eubank Nelson Fletcher Peggy Fletcher Joan Fosque William Friend Donald German Sandra Givler Thomas Goode Bertha Greene Gene Greene Lemuel Gunn Samuel Hale William Hall William Haynes John Harris Earl Haury Hugh Harwood Dolly Hogge Patsy Hogge Stephen Hogge Wayne Hogge Beverley Holcombe Bobby Hudgins Hudson Hudgins Shirley Hudgins Amelita Jenkins Boyd Jenkins Harry Jenkins Jane Jenkins Priscilla Jenkins Shirley Jenkins Patricia Johnston Mary Ann Jones Eleanor Kellum Shirley Mae Kellum Billy Kemp Aubrey King Walter Klohr Reuben Lemons Delores Leigh CUSS OF 10 Frances Leigh Lucy Marshall Mary C. Moore Pat Morey Betty Motley Leroy Oliver Ida Mae Owens Darlton Phillips James Phillips Milton Pointer Douglas Robbin s Eugene Robbins Carolyn Robins Charlotte Robins William Ronk Betty Rowe Ernest Rowe Edward Rowe Richard Rowe Rogers Rowe Samuel Rowe Virginia Rowe Thomas Shackelford Robert South Alice Smith Elias Smith Josephine Smith Viola Smith Virginia Smith Kathleen Speakman Mary Ruth Teagle William Templeman James H. Thomas John Thomas Mildred Thomas Emma Thompson Jane Thrift Thomas Tillage David Trent Nancy Ward Katherine Washburn David West Dorothy West Edith West Elizabeth West Ellis West LeRoy West Lucy West Patsy West John Wiatt John Wilburn Betty Williams Calvin Williams John Winters FIRST ROW: Coach Tom Hamilton, Edward Shackleford, Archie Ford, Stuart Conner, Franklin West, Buddy Burnette, Herman Hogge, Eugene Brown, Mr. Robert Burton-Assistant Coach. SECOND ROW: Richard Me liar, Bill Mershon, Carter Borden, John Newcomb, David Hale, Bobby Hall, V C Sutton, Fred Stratton, Herman Sears. THIRD ROW: Edward Conner, Billy Weaver, David Birdsall, Bernard Ambrose, Butch Streagle, David Hall, Steve Robins, Jerry Edwards. FOURTH ROW: Woody Haynes-Manager, James Horsley-Manager. NOT PICTURED: Ray Oliver. FOOTBALL G.H.S. 0 . . . G.H.S. 7 . . . G.H.S. 7 • • « G.H.S. 7 . . . G.H.S. 0 . . . . . . . York 7 . . . Franklin 14 . . James Blair 27 . Virginia Beach 34 . Benedictine 19 G.H.S. 7 G.H. S. o G.H.S. 18 G.H.S. o G.H.S. 0 Norfolk Academy 27 . Churchland 40 . . Poquoson 33 . . Mathews 0 . Thomas Dale 56 Co-Captains: Oliver and Burnette K ■bail " If Buck don’t get ya’-then Scowfield will " " Almost-but not quite-a touchdown " " Anyone who doesn ' t get a touchdown has to wash the gym floor with a toothbrush” §r I i FIRST ROW; Carter Borden, Manager; Freddie Blake, David Birdsall, Bill Weaver, Johnny Gray, Frank West, Coach Hamilton. SECOND ROW: David Hale, Richard Hunt, Ira Cooper Robins, Lawrence Hoffman, James Groome, Pete Hale, Bobby Hall. BOYS’ BASKETBALL TEAM GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Glouceste r 26 Gloucester 31 Glouce ste r 60 Glouce ster 35 Glouceste r 68 Gloucester 47 Glouce ste r 43 Gloucester 36 Glouceste r 54 Gloucester 54 Gloucester 52 Gloucester 56 Coach Hamilton with co¬ captains Hale and Hunt. Compliments of TIDEWATER MILLS, INC. White Marsh, Va. York 39 Churchland 84 Mathews 44 Prince George 55 Poquoson 66 Walsingham 39 James Blair 39 Churchland 71 Walsingham 27 York 62 James Blair 55 Poquoson 91 Pete, you’re using your elbows th °se ler qu H, 43 FIRST ROW: Ann Hall, Mary Smith, Kathleen Pointer, Margaret Wiatt, Elizabeth Lollis, Sylvia Rowe, Barbara Boswell. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Hogg, Marie Belvin, Carol Oulahan, Bell-Jo Mershon, Charlotte Jenkins, Susan Weaver. THIRD ROW: Audrey Newton-manager, Joan Snead, Nancy Hall, Barbara Jenkins, Kay Mershon, Percy Hicks, Pat Burke-scorekeeper. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TOM Gloucester 53 Gloucester 22 Gloucester 38 Gloucester 42 Gloucester 36 Gloucester 42 Gloucester 26 Gloucester 52 Gloucester 43 Gloucester 40 York Churchland Mathews Prince George Poquoson James Blair Churchland York James Blair Poquoson 29 31 36 43 29 35 17 41 40 38 Miss Wiatt with co-captains Margaret Wiait and Elizabeth Lollis p A TUB FULL O’ CHAMPS! LAST YEAR ' S LETTERMEN FIRST ROW: Harold Smith, Wrayfield Oliver, Ellis Hogg, Coach Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Marion Hogge, Carter Borden, Frank West, Tom Hogge, V.C. Sutton. BASEBALL The following boys along with last year’s lettermen should make a promising team for G. H. S. and bring the Dukes a successful season: Boyd Bunting, Vaughan Sutton, John Gray, Bernard Ambrose, Alton Brown, Bobby Bunting, Hershal Smith, Elwood Hall, Morris Williams and Robert Green. GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 6 Poquoson Home April 10 Blair Home April 13 York Away April 20 Christ Church Home April 24 Poquoson Away May 1 Christ Church Away May 4 Blair Away May 11 Mathews Away May 18 York Home Compliments of L. F. PHILLIPS Your Mobilgas Distributor FIRST ROW: Raymond Farris, Coach Burton. SECOND ROW: James Rilee, Billy Robins, Eugene Brown, William Mershon, George Harwood, Billy Hogge, Stuart Conner. THIRD ROW: Freddie Stratton, Clinton Hogg, Sven Berg, James C. Lewis, Edward Conner, Kenneth Deal, Raymond Burris, Nick Whitecotton. NOT PICTURED: Archie Ford and Arnold Boyd. TRACK AND FIELD Track and Field, a comparatively new sport at Gloucester High School, is gaining momentum in popularity and importance. Our 1955 team showed itself well in the few meets in which we participated. At Williamsburg against James Blair, York and Prince George, Gloucester placed a close second. In doing so, however, the Dukes notched more first places than both other schools together, in all events in which they participated. The Dukes’ biggest drawback was their absence from field events such as discus, pole vaults; also low hurdles and high hurdles. We hope to improve, as well as expand our squad this year. Compliments of HAYES PHARMACY " Your Community Drug Store " 47 CHEERLEADERS Barbara Belvin, Carolyn Hall, Melissa Rowe, Margaret Cushman, Delores Kemp, Joan Lawson, Dottie Hogg, Earlene Chapman, Peggy Chapman, Ginny Burton, Judy Jordon 0 Compliments of J. E. HUNT-Your Ford Dealer ACTIVITIES FIRST ROW: Audrey Newton, Margaret Jones, Dolores Robbins, Annette Booker, Sandra Hogge, Mary Cushman, Lorraine Robins. SECOND ROW: Miss Jenkins, Margaret Wiatt, Stuart Conner, Ira Robins, Peggy Sterling, Ann Gantt, Mrs. Treakle. THE CiUALIEH STIFF Editor-in-Chief. . . . Business Manager . . . Sales Manager .... Advertising Manager . . Asst. Advertising Manager Secretary of Annual . . Annette Booker Mary Cushman . Sandra Hogge Dolores Robbins . Peggy Sterling Lorraine Robins Assistant Editor . Boys’ Sports Editor Girls’ Sport Editor Art Editor . . Picture Editor . Feature Editor . Sponsors . . . .Ann Gantt . . . . Stuart Conner . . . . Margaret Wiatt . . Margaret Jones .Ira Robins . . . Audrey Newton Mrs. Treakle - Miss Jenkins 50 AT WORK FIRST ROW: C. Jenkins, A. Newton, M. Wiatt, N. Hall, N. Miller, M. Brown, E. Chapman, M. Rowe, C. Brown, S. Davis, B. Belvin, L. West, B. Booker. SECOND ROW: C. Hogg, E. Walker, J. Barter, P. Mason, A. Hall, B. Boswell, K. Pointer, B. Hogge, S. Marshall, J. Haynes, B. Hogge, N. Hogge, Mrs. Cox; Sponsor. THIRD ROW: J. Hill, R. Clements, C. Hall, L. Moore, F. Robbins, J. Ewell, D. Ewell, M. Coates, B. Mason, G. Philips, J. Jordan, A. Belvin, C. Jenkins. FOURTH ROW: S. Oliver, F. Seawell, D. Carlton, C. Williams, E. Lollis, M. Thompson, F. Mahone, B. Hall, B. Brown, M. McCoy, N. Oliver. FIFTH ROW: B. White, A. West, C. Fields, B. Ward, V. Quillian, L. Jenkins, D. Wharton, P. Riley, P. Chapman. S. Bailey, S. Oliver, D. Emerson. SIXTH ROW: N. Beamguard, N. Alexander, J. Hogge, B. Bonniville, P. Hall. N. Harris, S. Hogge, A. Kemp, N. Clements. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Sec. N. MWet. Ptes ‘ Reporter. C. rer. M- Pres. M- ™° mpS ° n ' At the beginning of the year we initiated 40 new members, making a total of 75 members in the F.H.A. Nancy Hall was elected Vice-Pres. of the Tidewater Federation at the meeting in West Point. One of our outstanding projects this year was pre¬ paring a basket of food and clothing for a needy family. 52 FIRST ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Jewell, E. Shackelford, R. Blake, A. Ford, F. Stratton, C„ Borden, H. Sears, Sponsor, Mr. Via. SECOND ROW: I. Dixon, B. Mershon, R. Farris, R. Mellar, C. Miller, D. Marshall, L. Rowe. THIRD ROW: E. Hall, B. Bunting, E. Hall, B. Smith, R. Smith, D. Carmine, W. Ford. FOURTH ROW: J. Casey, P. Mabry, South, W. Turner, J. Riley. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America is a national organ¬ ization that reaches from the State of Washington to Puerto Rico and from the State of Maine to Hawaii. The primary aim of the organization is the development of agricultural leadership, co-operation, and citizenship. 53 FIRST ROW: Joe Casey, Mr. Young, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: W. Robbins, W. West, S. Marshall, C. Sears, J. Chapman, R. Oliver, H. Harris. THIRD ROW: E. Hall, M. Hogge, A. Bohannon, B. Hogge, J. Lewis, R. Blake. DJ. -D. 0. CLUB OFFICERS Blake , Repotter; HT . R. Olivet, Vice-Ptesiaen ; _ Hogge , rHT 7 r . A Bahonnon, Seer President, The combined D. O.-D. E. club was organized in the fall of 1955 and its membership is made up of pupils who are reg¬ ularly enrolled in the D. E.-D. O. A school-work program is offered on an elective basis for all Juniors and Seniors who would like to learn either retail selling, mechanical trades or other occupations as a regular part of their school work. SEATED: C. Williams, Treasurer, L. Robins, Secretary, M. Wiatt, President, M. Thompson, Vice-President, P. Carr, Reporter. STANDING: B. Mershon, M. Brown, J. Hill, G. Walton, A. Carmine, R. Williams, S. Wagner, N. Alexander, L. Smith, M. Brown, Mrs. Harris, R. Quinn, P. Rowe. LIBRARY CLUB The Library, under the direction of Mrs. Harris, is a scene of the progress being made this session. The Eighth Grade pupils are being introduced to the uses of the Library by taking a six-weeks course in Library Science. We are very proud to have added many new books this year. 55 FIRST ROW: C. Blake, A. Jenkins, Mr. Wells, K. Mershon, N. Burke. SECOND ROW: S. Givler, A. Williams, B. Ward, S. Hudgins, J. Ewell, S. Bailey, S. Oliver, C. Robins, S. Kellum, B. Williams, M. Brown, P. Fletcher. THIRD ROW: M. Clements, M. Conway, G. Brown, S. Owens, F. Seawell, V. Quillian, M. Moore, V. Smith, J. Thrift, L. Marshall. FOURTH ROW: S. Belvin, L. Swindeck, B. Jenkins, P. Hall, C. Robins, M. Jones, D. Leigh. FIFTH ROW: E. Rowe, S. Hale, J. Thomas, S. Hogge, E. Robbins. SIXTH ROW: S. Sellars, F. Mahone, B. Booker, E. Conner, B. White, C. Brown, C. Phillips . SEVENTH ROW: B. Jenkins, C. Hogge, S. Oliver, B. Bonniville, J. Hogge, I. Belvin, C. Fields, A. Waddell, D. Kemp. CHORAL CLUB This year Gloucester has two choral groups to its credit. One, “The Gloucester Choraleers’’, is composed of freshman and eighth graders. This is the first year for this organization and proved to be a tremendous asset to Gloucester’s musical life. The second group is composed of stu¬ dents from the senior high level. For the most part they are veteran singers of previous year’s choral groups. THE HMD The G. H. S. Band for ’55-’56 has made more pro¬ gress than any one musical organization. Owing to an increase in personnel and instruments the band has per¬ formed at football games, P. T. A. programs and other public functions. The Band entered the District 1 Fes¬ tival this year and had partic¬ ipants in the Eastern Division of All-State Workshop Band. The Band’s library has been increased with a wide variety of selections and the Band has played everything from opera to jazz. 57 FIRST ROW: P. Chapman, Mrs. Anderton, SECOND ROW: D. Kemp, B.J. White, S. Hogge, N. Clements. THIRD ROW: M. Brown, N. Hall, S. Rowe, J. Newcomb, B. Hall, FOURTH ROW: P. Burke, J. Fosque, N. Burke, C. Oulahan, R. Clements. FIFTH ROW: M. Jones, I. Robins, B. Ambrose, J. Thomas, J. Brown. STANDING: B. Mershon. STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION U. i° nes Secretary B. Hall president B. Meish° u President • • . P . Burke Treasurer Among the objectives stress¬ ed by the Student Cooperative As¬ sociation this year were these; organization of a newspaper, pro¬ motion of an honor system and urging a better school spirit. The Student Cooperative As¬ sociation purchased flags for all classrooms, supported the drive for raising funds for the athletic field, and presented assembly pro¬ grams throughout the year. 58 FIRST ROW: B. Ambrose, G. Belvin, B. Boswell, M. Cushman, J. Jordan, Mrs. Longest, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: M. Krissak, P. Burke, J. Ambrose, A. Gantt, A. Booker, A. Sterling, C. Jenkins, C. Hogg, F. Blake. THIRD ROW: M. Jones, L. Hoffman, R. Hunt, B. Bunting, P. Sterling. LOS PimiTOS The Spanish Club was organized this year by the two Spanish classes and Mrs. Longest, our sponsor. At present the club has 22 members. The club has set several objectives for the year which include: conducting meetings in Spanish, getting pins for club members, and various money raising projects. Treasurer Reporter Vlce -Preside m . B. mbro T Icms G B eivin Boswell ° ecreta r y s Ponsor resident Sec M ‘ c ushman ' J ' Jor dan fs L °ngest 59 ... f ■3 h it 1 . : jQI p ' i v T EL Rn Ik - a (• ,p EKT f A; h m Sk " Urn W’ HiK! 0 || m, ■ M ' W l K S Kw i r ; Hc y 1 filu 3T1 K f ¥„ 4 J, n Ait jp ' Tu JV r pkW ! j! - m. ’1 F Jr - 4 aK f- m ». 1 m ' Bk. A Sf ; ; Wsjnf BflV ;r-: nw J (f if h 1 git Jglgl 1 [7 fK " ■r c r c n KV JJ » ; a . r IL rv 9 nil r -It i at vHv 7 ir t jLnift FIRST ROW: N. Ward, C. Fields, A. Bridges, F. Seawell, M. Brown, M. Coates, M. Thompson, B. Booker, P. Riley, Smith, S. Davis, B. Belvin, P. Hicks. SECOND ROW; A. Jenkins, P. Fletcher, L. Marshall, S. Kellum, N. Crowder, V. Quillian, S. Belvin, S. Oliver, C. Robbins, L. Swindeck, B. Jenkins, S. Rowe. THIRD ROW: C. Brown, V. Smith, A. West, L. West, A. West, C. Robbins, B. Ward, P. Sterling, M. Moore, A. Bonniville, B. Rowe. FOURTH ROW: J. Lewis, D. Emerson, E. Hall, W. Pierce, R. Blake, H. Harris, H. Smith, B. Jenkins, M. Ashe, B. Mershon, M. Rowe. FIFTH ROW: C. Borden, J. Gray, F. Blake, T. Speakman, H. Jenkins, D. Baughton, E. Rowe, A. King, E. Hall, H. Bonniville, S. Rowe, Jr. SIXTH ROW: H. Sears, N. Alexander, J. Hogge, H. Smith, B. Bonniville, P. Hall, B. Hud¬ gins, J. Riley, B. Smith, R. Smith, R. South, G. Bristow. SEVENTH ROW: H. Hogge, B. Mershon, B. Streagle, W. Robbins, J. Chapman, D. Streagle, R. Oliver, B. Jenkins, J. Bailey. EIGHTH ROW: S. Belvin, E. Sterling, W. Haynes, R. Lemons, J. Hogge, M. Dunston, R. Dame, J. Casey, C. Hogge. 4-H CLUB There are three sep¬ arate 4-H Clubs at G. H. S. These are : the Eighth Grade 4-H, the Junior 4-H, and the Senior 4-H. The main pur¬ pose of the organizations is to -work for better living in the community. “To make the better best” is the motto of the 4-H clubs. One of the projects for the year is to promote safe driving by putting up signs in the county showing the 4-H emblem and having the words “Drive Carefully” on them. JUNIOR-SENIOR PROMTS O PROM SNAPSHOTS LIST WILL AND TESTAMENT CLASS OF 1956 We, the graduating class of Gloucester High School, for the year 1956, being of sound (?) mind, do bequeath the following: ITEM I To the Faculty, peace and quiet-- at last. ITEM II To the Juniors, the nice easy job of building an annual. ITEM III To the Sophomores, the task of keeping the theme of the prom a secret. ITEM IV To the Freshmen, a warning: Be dignified! ITEM V To the Eighth grade, their " place " in the student body. ITEM VI I, MARY FERNE who can really talk, leave Betsy Hogge to hold the chalk. I, RAYMOND FARRIS, a safe driver, will my old bus to any rider. I, DICKIE BARTER, the silent one, leave Judy now to have the fun. I, BUDDY, with no tears, leave skipping school to Charles Sears. I, JOAN AMBROSE, at last leave Bernard to reach the Senior Class. We, BARBARA and BERNICE who are both small, leave Gloucester High to grow tall. I, MARIE BELVIN with some aid, leave Sylvia Rowe to make the grade. I, ARCHIE FORD with no complaint, leave G. H. S. to be a saint. I, ELLIS HOGGE, a ladies man, leave Carter Borden now the stand. I, HERMAN HOGG, leave my brown eyes for all the girls to idolize. We, MARION and BILLY, two great friends, leave Gloucester without sins. I, DOTTIE who made skipping fame, leave Judy Jordan to do the same. I, MARGARET JONES who is quite a girl, leave Gloucester High in a whirl. I, AUBREY at a slow pace, leave government class up to Grace. I, EUGENE, will my old bus to anyone who can drive the cuss. I, LENA MAE on the scene, will my shorthand book to Barbara Green. I, IRVING DIXON with a bound, leave Gloucester High to paint the town. I, ALICE LEE with ROBERT gay, leave Gloucester High to set the day. I, MARGARET WIATT who is quite a sport, leave G. H. S. for an unknown court. I, PHYLLIS who has changed my name, leave Ruth Jenkins to do the same. I, JOAN SNEAD who likes purple, leave G. H. S. for a better circle. I, KENNETH DEAL full of glee, will all my fun to Wayne Leigh. I, RUSSELL BLAKE who lives on a farm, hope to leave Gloucester before long. 64 I, SVEN, a class rooter, will my flat-top to Mr. Bruder. I, ANNETTE, will my sunny smile to Delores Kemp for a while. I, BILLY GERMAN, short and sweet, will Lawrence Hoffman my small feet. I, RAY OLIVER, kind of slow, leave Freddie Blake the right to grow. I, SANDRA HOGGE, being fair, will Nelda Sterling my curly hair. I, KATHLEEN, sunny and smal l, will my ways to Carolyn Hall. I, ELIZABETH LOLLIS, long and tall, will my height to Bobby Hall. I, BERNARD GWYN who likes to flirt, leave Richard Hunt to continue my work. I, NAN HARRIS with little despair, will Pat Rowe my long blond hair. I, GEORGE HARWOOD, a hot rodder, will my old car to Russell Oliver. I, TOM HOGGE, the teacher ' s pest, leave my position to Marion West. I, IRA COOPER, not uncertain, will my calmness to Mr. Burton. I, MARIE KRISSAK who came late, leave G, H. S. for a better date. I, SHELBY leaving the stand, will be hoping now for Lucy Ann. I, PAT BURKE, fair of face, leave Nancy Hall to win the race. I, DOROTHY, shy and quiet, leave Nelda Sterling to cause a riot. I, EARLENE, without rebellin’, will my desk to Nora Ellen. I, NINA with much thinking, will my grace to Charlotte Jenkins. I, STUART who plays in the band, leave John Newcombe my music stand. I, RAYMOND BURRIS who will never cuss, leave David Hale to make a fuss. I, MARY CUSHMAN who likes real fun, leave my memories to everyone. I, RAYMOND DAVIS who enjoys government class, leave Gloucester High--at last! I, MARY SMITH who likes basketball, leave Gloucester High to win them all. I, EDWARD SHACKELFORD who hates to pass, will surely miss the Senior class. We, CLARENCE and HAROLD, both real screams, leave G. H. S. - -so it seems. I, FRANKLIN WEST who plays football, will my position to Hansford Hall. I, BRUCE WILLIAMS who is nice and tall, leave Gloucester High to have a ball. I, CAROLYN WILLIAMS, will my small voice to Betty Gordon without a choice. I, MARGARET BROWN who used to paint the town, leave now to settle down. We study very hard, DOLORES and LORRAINE, and hope to see our names in the hall of fame. I, ANN JANE who is nice and shy, leave Gloucester High to find a guy. I, ALICE PHELPS, little but loud, leave Gloucester High to join the crowd. I, BILLY ROBBINS who has settled down, leave Gloucester for another town. I, CLIFFORD ROBBINS, a nice boy, leave Gloucester High with much joy. I, ELIZABETH WALKER, a working girl, leave Gloucester High to treat the world. I, BELL-JO, nobody’s wife, leave G. H. S. for college life. I, BARBARA ROBINS who wants to be a nurse, invite the senior patients to be my first. I, AUDREY NEWTON, fragile and frail, leave Rosia Lee Brown my pony tail. I, SHIRLEY HUDGINS, married now, leave Martha T. to take the vow. Always on a diet, I, ANN HALL, leave Gloucester High to get small. I, PETE HALE, a basketball man, leave David now to reach the stand. 65 PREMATURE Elizabeth W. Raymond B. Margaret J. Stuart Nan SENIORS Marie K. Bell-Jo Sandra Mary C. « - - .» Lorraine Joan S. Buddy Margaret W. Ann H. Alice Lee Doddie Carolyn Earlene Nina Dolores Barbara R. MAT COURT Margaret Wiatt Nina Clements Delores Kemp Marie Belvin Annette Booker Miss Patricia Burke MU QUEEN Betty Jean White Barbara Jean Jenkins MAY COURT min of noivoii Betty Mae Jenkins Melissa Rowe Sylvia Rowe Goldie Brown Somebody lose these? Seventh grade stooges Feet hurt? -7th grade Can I dance!-8th grade Helpful Wray!-9th grade Pirates of the high seas. Is it free Shelby? I wonder who won. Chow is on! Those are Cokes aren ' t they boys? Grade trouble, Margaret? The beginning of the end. Our long awaited flags. 1. 2. 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 . 7 - 8 . 9 - 10. 11. 12. 13. NAME MARY FERN ALEXANDER JOAN AMBROSE DICKIE BARTER MARIE BELVIN SVEN BERG RUSSELL BLAKE AUBREY BOHANNON ANNETTE BOOKER EUGENE BROWN LENA MAE BROWN PAT BURKE BUDDY BURNETT RAYMOND BURRIS DOROTHY CARLTON EARLENE CHAPMAN NINA CLEMENTS PHYLLIS OWENS MARY CUSHMAN RAYMOND DAVIS ARCHIE FORD WILLIAM GERMAN BERNARD GWYN ANN HALL BARBARA HALL BERNICE HALL NAN HARRIS GEORGE HARWOOD BILLY HOGGE ELLIS HOGGE HERMAN HOGGE MARION DENNIS HOGGE NORMA DODD HOGGE SANDRA HOGGE TOM HOGGE ALICE LEE KEMP ELIZABETH LOLLIS RAYMOND FARRIS IRVING DIXON SHELBY JEAN MARSHALL BELL-JO MERSHON AUDREY NEWTON WRAYFIELD OLIVER SHIRLEY HUDGINS ALICE PHELPS BARBARA ROBBINS BILLY ROBINS CLIFFORD ROBBINS DOLORES ROBBINS - LORRAINE ROBINS EDWARD SHACKELFORD CLARENCE SMITH HAROLD SMITH MARY LOUISE SMITH JOAN SNEAD STUART CONNER MARGARET BROWN ELIZABETH WALKER ANN JANE WEST FRANKLIN WEST MARGARET WIATT BRUCE WILLIAMS CAROLYN WILLIAMS PETE HALE MARIE KRISSAK KENNETH DEAL IRA ROBINS KATHLEEN POINTER PROBABLE OCCUPATION Miss America of 1962 Math Teacher Typing Teacher Man Hater Knee - Sock Manufacturer U. S. Senator Grease Monkey Love Lorn Columnist Stenographer Mrs. Smith Test Tube Washer U. S. Ambassador to the Moon Mr. America 1962 Sec. for State Highway Dept. Hula Dancer Diamond Merchant Washing Pots and Pans Bubble Dancer Peanut Vendor Shoe Salesman Government Teacher Owner of Lingerie Shop Football Coach Ferguson Park Housewife Physical Education Teacher Biting Holes in Doughnuts Nuclear Physicist They wouldn’t print it Molasses Manufacturer Bartender White Collar Worker Grinding Feed Dumb-bell Cabbage Farmer Owner of a Flea Circus Midget Actress Food Taster Paper Doll Manufacturer Soda Jerk First Woman President M G Truckdriver Drawing Instructor Housewife Stenographer Hair dye specialist Taking it easy Stone " Mason " Bootlegger --- - Rooster Seller English Teacher Space Cadet Swimming Instructor Driving Expert Food Garbage truck driver Making Shakes for Callis’s Neat Housewife Feather- Bed Tester College Professor Socialite Woman Hater Woman’s Wrestling Champ Pineapple Grower Majorette Instructor Heavyweight Wrestler Girdle Manufacturer Farmer USUALLY FOUND On Capahosic Road In a cloud of smoke In the Laboratory Aberdeen Creek " Summerfield " Covered with Ink Gloucester Point Motivatin ' Warehouse Goofin’ off Hampton-Sydney Harcum Hunt Club On the Edge of trouble Saluda In a blue Ford Studying Sleeping it off in class Rhythm and Bluesin’ Colonial Stores Chasing Pigs Looking for a race Lookin’ ' em over Anywhere there’s food Talking About " Mooneye " On a Diet In the Office At a Certain Lunch table Or this either Making a fool of himself Chewing Gum With Relatives Cutting Class With a music student In a Jug Newport News Saddler ' s Neck In The Chow Line Cutting Pulpwood Albert Robertson ' s No! Ho-Bo Trying to make a Ford fly Eating Submarine Races With the Ex-Navy Talking on the ’phone In the corner of Gym York Club Typing Hitch-hiking Livin’ it up Green ' s Groceries Movies Flirting With a girl At Mother’s With the Boys Begging Nickels Out for Sports In a Black Ford Pawn Shop Practicing with the Army Cuttin ' up Singing and dancing Behind a moustache Behind a Trombone Crabbing G .HjSJFOOTe m m { -lk ® 4 m $ m i m , . i:fa »-- ! • . : . . . 4 . . ! . " f3( . , " ' y , .BK-: The CAVALIER STAFF of 1956 wishes to express its sin¬ cere appreciation - — to the Senior class sponsors, Mrs. Elizabeth Treakle and Miss Joyce Jenkins, for their invaluable aid in making this publication a success, to the members of the faculty who so patiently excused us from classes, to the subscribers whose advertisements on the following pages enabled us to publish this yearbook. SENIOR PICTURES by FARiBEG’S STUDIO 3005 West Avenue Newport News, Virginia F. C . Hogg C . W. Hogg HOUli’S OYSTER HOUSE Packer - Planter Gloucester Point, Va. Phone: Hayes Store, Va. 2-3400 THRIFTY HARDWARE General Hardware and Paints West Point, Virginia Phone: 666 Compliments of D. G. WALLACE CHARLES W BRABRAND John Deere Farm Machinery Homelite ChainSaws Sampsons Paints 14th Mattaponi Streets West Point, Virginia GLOUCESTER CHICK HATCHERY Va.-U. S. Approved Pullorum Passed Baby Chicks Started Chicks Phone: 3-1691 Compliments of A FRIEND Gloucester, Va. Compliments of the CAVALIER STAFF Compliments of the SENIOR CLASS OF ’56 Compliments of OLD COLONY TIRE-RUBBER CO., INC. Phone 6-6701 2304Chamberlayne Ave . Richmond, Va . New-Tires Recapping Truck-Passenger For complete tire service contact Jim Leslie, Ser¬ vice Engineer at Ben Borden ' s or B. L. Walton ' s. Engineer will be in vicinity each and every Saturday to serve you. Richmond ' s only Seiberling Distributor " MEET ME AT MORGANS H. C. SHACKELFORD Day Phones 2-3444 2-2544 Distributor Night Phones 2-2544 AMOCO 2-2574 American Petroleum Products Gloucester Point, Virginia Compliments of YORK SUPPLY, INC. NEWTON MOTOR CO. Ready-Mixed Concrete Chrysler, Plymouth, West Point, Virginia GMC Truck Dealer Phone 53 R. P. HART SON Wirthmore Feeds Baugh ' s Ferti lizer Hay and Farm Supplies Cologne, Virginia FRANK P. ASH General Merchandise Achilles, Virginia HARRIS SERVICE STATION Gloucester Point, Virginia Phone 2-2522 TALLEY FURNITURE STORE Home Furnishings - Duo-Therm Stoves Electrical Appliances Phone 223 West Point, Virginia Compliments of OLD MILL SKATING RINK Compliments of CHESAPEAKE CORPORATION of Virginia West Point, Virginia Compliments of MRS. WALTON ' S SANDWICHES Cakes Pies SUTTON ' S RESTAURANT 3718 Moore St. Hampton, Virginia WALTHALL PONTIAC SALES BROWN FARINHOLT Phone 2-2500 Gloucester, Virginia Hayes, Virginia Insurance for Every Need Compliments of Compliments of HOTEL BOTETOURT LOS PICARITOS S. E. WILLIAMS General Merchandise Gloucester Point, Va. Phone 2-2901 POLLARD’S FLORIST Flowers for any occasion Fresh Flowers 609 Harpersville Rd. Dial Warwick 8-2721 Warwick, Va. PERCY ROBINS Achilles, Virginia Fresh Meats General Merchandise Phone 2-3172 COUNTY-CITY SUPPLY CORP. Formerly Yorktown Ice Storage Corp. Coal, Feed, and Building Supplies Phone Gloucester 3-341 1 Phone Hayes Store 2-2700 A secure future, free from fears and doubts, can be yours only by constantly keeping pace with world happenings. Only by reading your Local Newspapers can you obtain all of the news . . . Local, National and International. Read Your Daily Newspapers IUWTWT EWS-«JU rT» -WA Wlim Tit TitOW »!■ ■» ■ The Times-Herald MtwronT miws-nAm»t«m.vaivi « Proudly Serving GLOUCESTER SENIORS Manufacturing Jewelers Engravers and Stationers Rochester, New York PAULA. WILLSIE COMPANY Academic Raymond E. Page Special Representative Vinton, Virginia Call on me anytime... I ' ll work for pennies a day— as long as you need me Just plug in—flick a switch! £owatt? VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY C. W. HORNSBY, INC. 31st. Jefferson Avenue Newport News, Virginia U. S. Royal Tires Recapping Phone - 6-1351 EDGE HILL SERVICE STATION Texaco Products Gloucester, Virginia Phone - 3-1591 J. C. BROWN OIL COMPANY, INC. Distributor Texaco Products Gloucester Mathews Counties Schley, Virginia Phone - Gloucester 3-2630 or 3-2635 Compliments of Compliments of NUTTALL COMPANY HOTEL BOTETOURT DINING ROOM MASON ' S ESSO STATION Compliments of U S Route 17 HUDGINS ' MEAT MARKET Ark, Va. Phone 3-3173 Choice Meats When you want Faster, Better Floor Sanding on Old or New Floors Call Us For An Estimate GUARANTEED WORK EXPERIENCED MEN MODERN METHODS WM. L CONNER Gloucester Point, Virginia Phone: 2-2621 I BROADDUS BROS. Phone 3-3616 J. Doswell Dutton General Electric Appliances Feeds, Hardware, Paints, and and Wal Ipaper Furniture ADMIRAL APPLIANCES Gloucester, Va. Phone 3-1991 Gloucester, Virginia Best Wishes to the Class of ' 56 GRINELS FLORIST NURSERIES GM M TV, RADIO SERVICE Dumont TV Sales Phone 3-3733 Gloucester, Va. Phone 3-1622 ELMER C. GREENE Compliments of General Merchandise Phone 2-3393 Maryus, Va. GRAY ' S PHARMACY Compliments of OTIS HOGGE General Merchandise Esso Products A FRIEND DuPont Products Achilles, Va. Phone 2-3144 W. L. HORSLEY SON FANNING ' S AMOCO SERVICE General Merchandise Gasoline Motor Oil Bellamy, Va. Phone 3-1136 Washing Greasing Phone: Hayes 2-2790 EMMA JANE GIFT SHOPPE Fashions Ready to Wear Clothing For Men and Women Gifts for All Occasions Phone 3-3800 Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of EVANS LAND CLEARING CORPORATION BELL MOTORS,INC. Buick-Chevrolet Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of HOTEL CALVIN " Two Places to Eat Here and Home " Compliments of Compliments of GLOUCESTER EQUIPMENT CO., INC. J 0 Bo POLAND SONS Ford Tractors Compliments of COCA-COLA COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of GLOUCESTER BARBER SHOP GLOUCESTER SUPPLY INC. Farming and Building Supplies Massey-Harris Equipment Phone 3-2051 Gloucester, Virginia M 0 A. WALDROP Compliments of General Merchandise Naxera, Va. HOPEWELL CLEANERS HODGES BRYANT Compliments of Plumbing Heating Hot Point Appliances Gloucester, Virginia JANNEY INSURANCE AGENCY Gloucester, Va. ! Compliments of MIKE ' S TIRE and RECAPPING SERVICE Wo Ho TREVILIAN Amoco Service Goodyear Tires Mo J. Rowe, Jr. Phone 2-3303 Compliments of Compliments of VILLAGE BEAUTY SHOP VILLAGE BARBER SHOP GLOUCESTER NASH INC. Rambler Statesman Ambassador Gloucester Point, Va. Phone: Hayes 2-2112 Compliments of J.ROLAND HOGGE Mortician Wicomico, Va. Phone: Hayes 2-3800 E 0 H. BLAND COMMISSION SHOP General Merchandise Antiques Bric-A-Brac Capahosic, Va. B. S. Healy Gloucester, Va. BROADDUS BROS. SERVICE CENTER American Oil Products Goodyear Tires and Accessories Pick up and delivery Watson Brown, Prop. 3-1080 R. M. CHAPMAN C learing-Grading-Excavating Phone: JU 7-3286—1439 Modoc Ave. Night Day Norfolk, Va. C.B.ROWE SON General Merchandise ESSO Products-Birdseye Frosted Foods Phone: Hayes 2-2373 Bena, Virginia G. D. ASH SON General Merchandise C. W. B. BURKE DuPont Paints Sundial Shoes General Merchandise Anvil Brand Work Clothes Selden, Virginia Phone: Hayes Store - 2-3344 Perrin, Virginia Repairing Painting Storage KING-ROBINS MARINA Sarah ' s Creek Gloucester Point, Va 0 W. C. King, Jr. Jeff L. Robins Phone 2-3651 VILLAGE JEWELRY CO„ Compliments of Watches—C locks Diamonds—Si Iverware Guaranteed Watch and Jewelry Repairs Phone 3-3470 Gloucester, Virginia J. H. MARTIN CO, Gloucester Shopping Center THOMAS ESSO SERVICENTER John Mo Thomas, Jr. Gloucester C. H., Virginia Phone 3-2381 W. T. FARY BROS. Lumber Building Supplies Ark, Virginia Compliments of FOSTER- BRIDGES FUNERAL HOME Telephone 3-2366 Ambulance Service Flowers Monuments Gloucester, Virginia Shop in West Point Compliments of HARRIS GARAGE BEN FRANKLIN Hayes, Virginia " Try The Dime Store First " Compliments of C. C. COOK SEAR ' S MOBILE SERVICE STATION General Merchandise Cars Washed Welding Ark, Virginia Sassafras, Va. Compliments of Compliments of YORK TIRE RECAPPING CO. S. C. LAMBERTH BROS. West Point, Va. Phone 390 Compliments of H. S. CHAPMAN Woods Cross Roads, Va. Bulldozer Work MR. J. L 0 OLIVER Land Clearing Fish Ponds Phone 3-2724 THE VALUE SHOP, INC. KEMP ' S COFFEE SHOPPE West Point ' s Leading Store Excellent Home Cooking Ladies ' Ready-to-Wear Men ' s Furnishings—Shoes E. L. Kemp—prop. Dry Goods and Notions West Point, Va. Gloucester, Va. Phone 3-2780 HARRIS-BRENAMAN Incorporated Athletic Supplies Sporting Goods 717 East Grace St. Richmond 19, Va. Dial 2-4797 - 2-4796 Gloucester High School Standard Class Rings Manufactured by HERFF-JONES COMPANY Indianapolis 7, Indiana Virginia Representative James L. Deck 300 East Main Street Richmond 19, Virginia Compliments of R 0 W. JORDAN Insurance HAYES SHOPPING CENTER Gloucester Pt., Va. R. D. Williams Phone 2-3570 Compliments of TRICO L.P.GAS SERVICE INC. Meter Cylinder Service « K t Gloucester, Virginia Phone 3-3 900 .« ■ — M, udtoTw m GLOUCESTER AUTO SALES Mercury Sales Service Gloucester, Va. Phone 3-3000 Compliments of TASTEE FREEZE Hayes, Va. GLOUCESTER BARGAIN HOUSE Full lines of Miles Shoes and Other Merchandise Gloucester, Virginia GAZETTE-JOURNAL Compliments of Gloucester Mathews, Va. GLOUCESTER MEN ' S SHOP Fine Commercial Printing Cleaning Pressing Stationery and Office Supplies Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of GLOUCESTER SEAFOOD PACKING CO. Bena, Va. Fish Oysters Clams M. J. Owens Phone 2-2300 O, M„ Blake Compliments of LOUIS GROH SON " Serving the Farms of Tidewater " Buyer of Field Seeds-Soy Beans-Grain Clay Bank, Virginia Congratulations to the Class of 1956 Gloucester High School BANK OP LOUCE5TE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT VSC RD VCE CORPORATION 6LQUCESTtHr7 ylGLOUCESTEP. POINTS 1906 Our Fiftieth Year 1956 Compliments of DAIRY FREEZE CROSS ROADS SERVICE STATION Jo E 0 Callis White Marsh Cones Shakes Compliments of Wo L. SHEPHERD R. C. SHACKELFORD General Merchandise Phone 3-1167 Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE W. B. Clements, Owner Gloucester, Virginia Stop by CALLIE ' S White Marsh, Virginia Mobile Gas Cheeseburgers Hamburgers Mi Ikshakes Compliments of Compliments of N. H. TILLAGE W. C. TUCKER ' S 5c 10c STORE Phone 3-1291 Gloucester, Va„ Compliments of WOODFORD R. CHAPMAN Insurance-Real Estate Gloucester, Virginia DUNSTON CITIES SERVICE Greasing, Washing, Polishing Phone 3-2892 Compliments of Compliments of F. A. 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