Gloucester High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Gloucester, VA)

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We sincerely appreciate all of the tireless efforts of the many years you have aided us. Thank you. VW . V. $$ sgwfiNw MR. D. D. FORREST Superintendent of Schools MR. RICHARD JEWELL Assistant Principal MRS. EDITH NORFOLK Secretary to the Principal CTlc mmis {ration A busy office scene. MRS. GLADYS MRS. VIRGINIA MRS. LOLA MR. JAMES BELCHER BROWN CLEMENTS COLEY MRS. LUCY MRS. SANDRA MRS. MILTON MRS. HAYES HALE HALL HARRIS HOGG MRS. JANE LONGEST MRS. JUANITA KENNERLY MR. HAROLD HOLLINGSWORTH r ... |r . ■ ■ " . I MRS. NAN POINTER MRS. ELIZABETH TREAKLE MR. WILLIAM RIGGAN N MRS. MARY ROWE MR. JAMES MR. RALEIGH VIA WELLS MRS. NETTIE ROWE MISS ROBERTA WLATT I From left to right; Secretary - - • Treasurer - - ■ Reporter- President- Vice President .CAROLYN VIRGINIA HALL .BUCKY BURRUSS .MARY LENA COATES .WOODY HAYNES (not pictured) - STEPHANIE WAGNER MRS. TREAKLE MRS. 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Hall Daniel Carmine S ' - n . Lb FRIENDLIEST Margaret Cushman Jimmy Jenkins MOST ATHLETIC Phyllis Hall Jerry Edwards MOST TALENTED QUIETEST Shirley Owens James Jenkins BIGGEST PEST Lola Mae Swindeck Bucky Burruss Nancy Alexander David Hoffman WITTIEST Rosa Lee Brown Jimmy Harris i i% ' Ifi MURRAY BROWN Treasurer EMILY DEAL Vice President MARY ANN JONES Secretary MARY DRAPER INGLES Rep. JOAN FOSQUE President 9 - GAYNELLE BROWN JAMES BROWN MABLE BROWN i MURRAY BROWN NANCY BURKE CORA MAE CARMINE JIMMY CHAPMAN EMILY DEAL CHARLES DUNCAN NELSON FLETCHER PEGGY FLETCHER JOAN FOSQUE GENE GREEN VIRGINIA GREEN SANDRA GIVLER SAMMY HALE HUGH HARWOOD DOLLY HOGGE PATRICIA HOGGE r J v j y WAYNE HO£GE BEVERLY HOLCOMBE ’ . r ' f k y r MARY INGLES AMELITA JENKINS BOYD D. JENKINS JAME JENKINS PATRICIA JOHNSTON MARY ANN JONES WALTER KLOHR DELORES LEIGH REUBEN LEMONS CL-jt o-’ k “O »■ ' • 3b. CWA BETTY ROWE EDWARD J. ROWE VIRGINIA MAE ROWE LUCY MARSHALL BETTY JEAN MOTLEY LEROY OLIVER IDA MAE OWENS J. C. 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C. Jenkins James Jenkins Jessie Jenkins Betty Brown Brenda Brown Roy Brown Cynthia Bunting Betty Ann Carver Joyce Clements Darlene Coates Robbie Jane Coates Betty Jean Cox Doris Cox W f James Crewe » » Linda Croswell - ' ll w Frances Deal Nancy Diggs Phyllis Emerson • ' S 4 v9 . X Richard Erdt 1 4’, , “ Kathleen Fary , v 1 ,u jt Charles Fields Dariel Ford Anthony German »«. I- ijt ' v y 1 liE ' A. JC 1 CVI. Johnnie Jenkin s Wendell Johnston Barbara Jordan Shirley Kellum Vernon Kirby Steve Kirschbaum Tracy Lanciano Carolyn Lewis Johnny Lewis Patricia Lewis Robert Lewis Clifton Loveland, Jr Thomas Lumpkin Frances Marshall Lee Mershon Pete Miller Billy Moore Marion Motley Marceron Nuttall Fleta Oliver Frank Oliver Jean Oliver Jerry Oliver James Owens Hazel Owsley Beverly Purcell Catherine Robins Charles Robins Hattie Robins William Rodman Carol Rogers Arlene Rowe Cindy Rowe Ernest Rowe Judy Rowe MaTy Lee Rowe Judy Scott Robert Sears Robert Seawell Donald Seeley Donald Sellars Lucille Shackelford Rudy Shackelford Wiley Shackelford Nancy Shackelford -Jj fV Lucy Sheron Page Simmons William Simmons Gordon Smith Wilber Smith Richard Speakman George Sterling Frances Stubblefield Delores Stubblefield Kay Tappan James Thomas Lowell Thomas Rupert Thomas Alice Thompson Frances Tillage Martha Tillage Tommy Tillage Robert Trevilian Fred Walker Carolyn Weekly Charles West Darlene West Franklin West Shelby West Mabel Williams Dennis Wilson Patricia Wilson x±f ' 4 Tirpothey Winters jir « J O ' V Vj- J ' ' v ktf tf 0 vr • B 33 X A ft j J y J !■ ' V ' v fc X c GVL t Junior JH igJi i 1 iv ' i r r- n y I e Mosby Allmond Nancy Allmond DIANA DAVIS Secretary PRISCILLA CUSHMAN Vice President KENNETH HORSLEY President SANDRA STERLING Rep. LINDA BROWN Treasurer James R. Belvin Mary L. Belvin Russell Berry Patricia Blackwell James Blake Odell Blake Kenneth Bristow Corrine Brown Ella Ruth Brown Linda Brown Richard Brown Victor Camechis Cleveland Cameron Boyd Carmine John Clements Betty A. Coates Edna Ann Conway Carolyn Cox Mary L. Crewe Ruth Crowder Priscilla Cushman Betty Chapman Frances Darnell Diane Davis Rose Mary Davis George Deal Lois Deal Kenneth Eastwood Tina Erdt Mac Fitzgerald Virginia Fitchett Phyllis Forrest Annette Fosque Colie Gree n Harold W. Green Margaret Green Mary Alice Green Mary Ann Gregg Brenda Hall Carlton Hall Brent Heath James Curtis Heywood Dale Hogge India Mae Hogge Martha Hogge Nancy Hogge Tommy Hogge Kenneth Horsley Peggy Howlett Jane Carter Hudgins Janet Faye Jenkins Kenneth Jenkins Rosalind Jenkins William Jenkins Jimmy Jones Judy Kellum Mary Frances Kellum Nathaniel Kellum Freddy Kimsey Leon King Lucy Jane King Rebecca Knapp Douglas Lemons Marshall Lewis Robert McPherson Ronald May Wayne McDermott Henry Midgett Allen Milby Joseph D. Milby Virginia Motley Caroline Mueller Georgette Newbill Betsy Oliver Beverly Oliver Garland Oliver John Oliver Bert Parks Ernest Paulson Joy Plentovich James Quail John Reardon Billy Rilee Cyrus Rilee Ellis Rilee Martha Rilee Doris Robins Annette Rowe Patricia Rowe Ellen Ross Shackelford Kenneth Shackelford Gus Shelton Doris Smith Sandra Smith Nancy Stanford Carolyn Sterling Sandra Sterling Rita Stubblefield Virginia Stubblefield Eugene Thomas Judy Thrift Barbara Wade Fannie L. Walker Jeanie Walker Judy Walthall Robert F. Warren Jimmy Wharton Betsy West Dorothey M. West Joseph Alvin West Mildred West Robert Lee West Pamela White Aaron W. Wilburn Connie Williams Donald Williams Freddy Williams Mary A. Williams Brooks C. Wilson Richard Yeatts SEATED, left to right: Donald Williams, Margaret Cushman, Andy James, Peggy Fletcher, Susan Weaver, Pat Turner, Brook Treakle, Mr. Jewell, Nancy Shackelford. STANDING, left to right: Mary Ann Jones, Kay Mershon, Phyllis Forrest, Carol Kelley, Kay Clopton, David Hoffman, Judy Scott, Edwin Johnston, Alice Thompson, Ranny Williams, Edna Conway, Carolyn V. Hall, Wayne Hogge, Brenda Sue Jenkins, Patricia Wilson, Sammy Hale, Betty Carol Williams, Cora Mae Carmine, Carolyn Blake, Carolyn B. Hall. S. C. A. Assembly S. C. A. Projects Radio Program on WDDY This picture shows a chain with fourteen links. Each link represents a characteristic of Beta Club members. They should be honest, just, serve well, be cooperative, have responsibility, possess industry, be humble, have charity, and should be tolerant, generous, considerate, courteous, gentle and kind. This is the second year the Beta Club has been at Gloucester High School. Among the aims this year were to organize a tutoring service and to set up a " college corner " in the school library to help st udents decide if and where they should go to college. UNJUST GAIN: THAT BRINGS GRIEF BUT ONCE THIS FOREVER KNEELING, left to right: Kay Mershon, Carolyn Blake, Pat Turner, Margaret Cushman, Susan Swindell, Billy Andersen, Mary Lena Coates, Susan Weaver, David Hoffman. STANDING, left to right: Mrs. Franklin, Murray Brown, Lois Moore, Wayne Hogge, Sammy Hale, Peggy Fletcher, Cora Mae Carmine, Dolly Hogge, Betty C. Williams, Ranny Williams, Kathleen Speakman, Joan Fosque, and Mary Ann Jones. Rf T A Pi IIP Left to right: Bobby South, Steve Hogge, Richie Lou White, Mrs. Clements, Gaynelle Brown, Mary Ingles, Kay Mershon, Betty Mason, Brook Treakle, Nancy Alexander, Mary Lena Coates, and Carolyn Jane Blake. CPress Gfu6 I I ' Left to right: M. Cushman, L. Fields, C. Hall, F. Robins, M. Rowe, K. Mershon, C. Weekly, N. Burke, V. Rowe, S. Wagner, Mrs. Kennedy, B. Jenkins, M. Rowe, B. Mason, C. Hall, I. Owens, N. Alexander, S. Thomas M. Thomas, and J. Rowe. ©©©©©©ooe ooooooooo ooooooooq ©OOQOOQOO . It ’•L. BOTTOM ROW TO TOP ROW, left to right: L. Marshall, J. Thrift, Mrs. Rowe, S. Bailey, R. White, B. Williams, C. Hall, P. Fletcher, E. Deal, J. Ewell, C. Carmine, J. Oliver. SECOND ROW: N. Alexan¬ der, F. Oliver, B. Rowe, D. Hogge, P. Hogge, J. Smith, C. Robbins, F. Fletcher, D. Crofcheck, P. Jenkins, N. Diggs. THIRD ROW: A. Jenkins, D. Leigh, P. Johnston, S. Givler, M. Jenkins, M. Motley, I. Owens, C. Riffle, M. Thomas, F. Stubblefield, B. Baumgardner, M. Belvin. FOURTH ROW: K. Speakman, V. Rowe, S. Owens, L. West, C. Brown, N. Thrift, D. Hogge, C. Lewis, E. Brown, C. Clements, D. Hogge, S. Lollis, P. Blake. FIFTH ROW: D. Hogge, F. West, E. West, F. Deal, L. Shackelford, S. Heywood, B. Jenkins, M. Hogge, J. Oliver, E. Bradley, F. Leigh, K. Mellar, E. Wis- ner. SIXTH ROW: S. Hogge, B. Jordan, P. Wilson, S. Oliver, B. Brown, H. Owsley, J. Horsley, S. West, J. Harwood, K. Robbins, A. Thompson. SEVENTH ROW: M. West, F. Marshall, M. Ingles, N. Burke, F. Robbins, M. Cushman, J. Altemus, L. Moore, M. Coates, P. Chapman, S. Andersen. KNEELING, left to right: J. Harwood, R. Bohannon. FIRST ROW: Mr. Hollingsworth, J. Brown, R. Smith, B. South, M. Fletcher, R. Rilee, T. Shackelford, D. Carmine, J. Rilee. SECOND ROW: P. Miller, R. Stubblefield, D. German, D. Boughton, R. Clements, R. Bunting, A. Robbins, G. Smith, and R. Ewell. Senior FRONT ROW, left to right: Charlotte Robins, Barbara Jean Jenkins, William Jenkins, Sylvia Thomas, Kay Mershon. SECOND ROW: Faye Robins, An¬ nette Wilburn, Barbara Brown, Nancy Alexander, Sylvia Oliver, Nina Crow¬ der, Virginia Quillian, Lois Jenkins. THIRD ROW: Mr. Birdsall, Judson Hogge, Ronald Smith, Bucky Burruss, Claiborne Hogge, Jimmy Jenkins, Jimmy Gray, Woody Haynes, and Charles Stubblefield. FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Clements, P. Miller, L. Thomas, T. Jenkins, C. Weekley, N. Shackelford, N. Coates, D. Hogge, M. Rowe, L. Mershon. SECOND ROW, left to right: K. Hogge, D. Adams, P. Williams, J. Jenkins, P. Wagner, R. Birdsall, K. Mellar, S. Haywood, J. Smith, E. Thompson. THIRD ROW, left to right: T. Winters, D. Sellars, H. Williams, B. Ingles, B. Talbot, F. Gunn, J. Oliver, B. Loveland, T. Lanciano, B. Kirschbaum, T. Jenkins. FOURTH ROW, left to right: B. Belcher, R. Speakman, C. Fields, R. West, M. Motley, C. Brown, D. Hogge, B. Purcell, P. Lewis, J. Clements, S. Anderson. BOTTOM ROW TO TOP ROW, left to right: Mrs. Belcher, E. Shackelford, L. Deal, E. Conway, F. Walker, B. Coates, J. Walker, E. Motley, B. Oliver, A. Rowe, G. Thomas, R. May, H. Midgett, M. Lewis, O. Blake, J. Blake, C. Cameron, T. Hogge, K. Bristow, P. Forrest, G. Newbill, P. Blackwell, B. Oliver, C. Sterling, W. McDermott, C. Rilee, E. Paulson, B. Rilee. C. Brown, M. Conner, D. Hogge, M. Rowe, S. Swindell, P. Wagner, S. Weaver, C. Weekly, G. Anders, C. Brown, W. Haynes, B. Kirschbaum, T. Lanciano, B. Loveland, L. Mershon, B. Moore, J. Oliver, C. Walker, N. Allmond, R. Birdsall, P. Blackwell, A. Fosque, P. Tilson, B. Knapp, M. Lewis, G. Newbill, B. Oliver, D. Williams, C. Sterling, R. Klohr, R. Stubblefield, J. Blake, C. Cameron, J. Clements, D. Gray, J. Gray, J. Hall, B. Jenkins, B. Jenkins, R. May, W. Mc¬ Dermott, E. Paulson, C. Rilee, L. Sterling, G. Thomas, and J. Thomas. .V V C J " J - S w ' - - , S ' J a? 1 ' s ' ' JKu ic Dept. Vs ' cr -o y ( S j S y t T. Erdt, L. King, B. Hall, C. Mueller, M. Green, B. Chapman, J. Jenkins, R. Crowder, J. Plentovich, P. Rowe, E. Shackelford, C. Haywood, N. Hogge, D. Hogge, M. Hogge, C. Cox, D. Davis, L. Brown, P. Forrest, and at piano Betty Mason. G iora Left to right: B. Carver, B. Brown, C. Martin, P. Harris, F. Oliver, Mrs. Pointer, P. Hogge, M. Brown, C. Brown, B. Mason, G. Brown, J. Ewell, B. Clements, V. Smith, J. Oliver, C. Blake, and S. Be Ivin. Spanish Left to right: Mrs. Longest, K. Mellar, C. Clements, G. Brown, C. Robins, G. Scott, J. Scott, N. Smith, B. Williams, M. Brown, C. Clements, C. Carmine, J. Fosque, D. Hoffman, S. Swindell, H. Mueller, M. Jones, G. Hibble, M. Cushman, B. Treakle. Left to right: Paul Tilson, Jerry Oliver, Robbie Jane Coates, Butch Loveland, Mary Lee Rowe, Bill Belcher, Carolyn Weekly, Bobby Lewis, Kathleen Fary, and Mrs. Belcher, sponsor. cience WINNERS AT SCIENCE EXHIBITIONS LAST YEAR C. Weekly, M. Rowe, Rudy Shackel¬ ford, R. Coates, and Dixie Jean Hogge. Jerry Oliver won 2nd place in the District Contest in Chemistry at the University of Richmond. Carolyn Weekly ' s project was " Collections of Sea Shells, " Mary Rowe ' s was " Entomology, " Rudy Shackelford’s exhibit was " The Conductivity Series on Soaps and Detergents, " Robbie Coates ' was " Native Trees of Glouces¬ ter County " and Dixie Hogge’s ex¬ hibit was " Birds of Gloucester County. " n i a a. STANDING, left to right: Mona Thomas, Brook Treakle, Gloria Hibble, Billy Anderson, Joe Bailey, Mrs. Treakle, Lois Moore and Mary Coates. SITTING, left to right: Carolyn V. Hall, Phyllis Hall, Stephanie Wagner, David Hoffman, Carolyn Blake, Barbara Jenkins and Peggy Chapman and Nancy Alexander. -S»‘ . ' a FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Lemons, J. Hammer, L. Sterling, W. Horsley, A. Sutton, L. Carlton, A. James, D. Hall, J. Edwards, J. Thomas, T. Shackelford, B. Ambrose, A. T. Walthall, S. Hogge, W. Hogge, L. Fields, M. E. Thomas. SECOND ROW, left to right: Mr. Riggan, Assistant Coach, R. Rowe, Manager, D. Clayton, R. Brown, T. Williams, H. Chapman, A. Knapp, F. Belvin, B. Harris, W. John¬ ston, A. Hogge, M. Nuttall, G. Hurley, K. Hogge, Manager; Mr. Coley, Coach. A A . r . V Ka v F JTiF M ' Jjr F I 0- - . Ow A « r OMj 4.W . . (J ! .W f Hnyy ' oo aJ T i r 1 (V A SL Swf ' f) d ' AV uj t ur IT iff! J v yy v j J L ✓ V 1 t J V s VOtv i Vir i M if Jr Lr Ir 1 .y « v SCHEDULE Glo. 32 Windsor 0 Warwick 13 James Blair 40 Chuckatuck 19 Northampton 7 York 34 Poquoson 26 Mathews 13 Christ Church Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 1 Compliments of HAYES PHARMACY Opp. 0 45 13 0 26 34 0 20 19 Co-Captains Edwards and Hall FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Clayton, A. Knapp, T. Williams, B. Harris, H. Chapman, A. Hogge, W. Johnston, F. Belvin, R. Brown, G. Hurley, SECOND ROW, left to right: D. Williams, R. Trevillian, R. Yeats, G. Shelton, B. Jenkins, B. Lewis, L. Mershon, B. Belcher, R. May, Mr. Riggin, Coach, M. Lewis, P. Healey. A— sULaJl p r - 4 t • 0 7r 1 “ 0 rt a Jm -ft " Uj 4 J SL j, ♦ r J ooihafI —- £7. V. 2 4tA, OH ' - (X Glo. SCHEDULE Opp 19 Mathews 26 0 Hampton 26 9 James Blair 0 26 Christ Church 18 12 Christ Church 26 Scenes on the Varsity Football bus. . ' A a Sgpr B . FIRST ROW, left to right: Robert Grace, A1 Booker, Daniel Carmine, Brook Treakle, Reuben Lemons, Steve Hogge. SECOND ROW, left to right: Mr. Coley, Frankie Belvin, A. T. Walthall, Tommy Jenkins, John Winters, Sammy Hale, David Hoffman, Andrew Hogge. SCORES GHS 33 Deep Creek 43 GHS 24 Smithfield 54 GHS 37 Middlesex 53 GHS 45 James Blair 41 GHS 27 Mathews 42 GHS 37 Poquoson 36 GHS 40 York 31 GHS 27 Virginia Beach 60 GHS 35 Deep Creek 53 GHS 45 Mathews 60 GHS 50 James Blair 48 GHS 53 West Point 51 GHS 46 Virginia Beach 45 GHS 33 Northampton 30 GHS 46 Poquoson 30 At the time this annual went to press there were yet two games to be played. They were against Smithfield and York. Compliments of HARRIS and WALTHALL Hayes, Virginia FIRST ROW, left to right: Peggy Fletcher, Mary Ann Jones, Phyllis Hall, Brenda Sue Jenkins, Carolyn V. Hall, Susan Weaver, Mary Lena Coates. SECOND ROW,left to right: Joan Fosque, Nancy Burke, Sylvia Hogge, Sylvia Thomas, Jean Oliver, Sue Lollis. THIRD ROW, left to right: Annette Wilburn, scorekeeper, Kay Mershon, Marcella Jenkins, Miss Roberta Wiatt, coach, Peggy Wagner, FayeRobins, % SCORES V GHS 51 Smithfield 60 GHS 63 Middlesex 57 GHS 44 James Blair 23 GHS 46 Mathews 25 GHS 65 Poquoson 35 GHS 58 York 21 GHS 36 Mathews 51 GHS 33 James Blair 29 GHS 37 Poquoson 26 The Gloucester girls ' team at the time this annual was sent in had two games left. They were against York and Smithfield. Phyllis Hall, star forward, has averaged up to the last game 25.1 points per game. SCORES GHS 19 Deep Creek 38 GHS 22 James Blair 57 GHS 16 York 41 GHS 24 Virginia Beach 64 GHS 39 James Blair 56 GHS 25 Deep Creek 29 GHS 16 West Point 33 GHS 21 Mathews 30 GHS 30 Virginia Beach 43 FIRST ROW, left to right: H. Ward, J. Wiatt, L. Fields, M. Lewis. BACK ROW: W. Johnston, J. Hall, L. Carlton, J. C. Phillips, A. James, J. Hammer, and Mr. Riggan, Coach. 77 a. sJze I half 77- 7J. Left to right: Martha Rowe, Betty Ann Carver, Kathleen Mellar, Patricia Rowe, Gloria Dalton, and Eleanor Wisner, head Majorette. " ■ ■ • " ■ . , ; : jWW.Vt -. i . £. ' i f .. r $ ' § " Jus ' -I Left to right: Nancy Shackleford, Dianne Gail Hogge, Carolyn Lewis, Amelita Jenkins, Peggy Ghapmaji, Carolyn Blake, Margi Cushman, Carolyn B. Hall, Richie Lou White, and Jane Thrift. - J ' J l, . y Id O ' } 0 nJ ' jr yT ' ' Is or i »v ijT i jr r fir ..rM r k P • fyjjIZ GLeer leaders Lr Hjy-jrA The Cheerleaders doing their job. FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Ambrose, M. E. Thomas, L. Field, L. Sterling, B. Hogge, A. Hogge, Mr. Burton, Coach. SECOND ROW, left to right: B. Ambrose, D. Carmine, S. Hogge, D. Hoffman, E. Conner, W. Haynes, B. Streagle, F. Stratton, A. Knapp. Compliments of HOTEL CALVIN AND RESTAURANT KNEELING, managers, H. Ward, and B. Simmons. Left to right: Mr. Hamilton, Coach, D. Hall, A. James, J. Jenkins, M. Brown, F. Belvin, B. Ambrose, B. Smith, R. Dame, A. T. Walthall, D. Carmine, J. Jenkins, V. Sutton, M. Williams, E. Carmine. Left to right: Virginia Fitchett, Jean Altemus, Pat Wilson, Judy Walthall, Brenda Sue Jenkins, Lois Jenkins, Phyllis Hall, Dianne Davis, Barbara Jean Jenkins, Mary Ingles, Carolyn B. Hall, Nancy Shackelford, Sharon Heywood, Dianne May Hogge, Faye Robins, Amelita Jenkins, Betty Carol Williams, and Margaret Cushman. Court Maid of Honor - on left CAROLYN B. HALL May Queen - on right BARBARA JEAN JENKINS Left to right; Dianne Davis, Betty Carol Williams, Margaret Cushman, the Homecoming Queen, Faye Robins, Brenda Sue Jenkins, and Patricia Wilson. Jfom e comina Court Faye Robins and Carolyn B. Hall were the Holly Ball Attendants Peggy Chapman was Queen HOLLY BALL QUEEN L J L i , ■k , i 1 1 V; B « ■ Br ' : lifl B||B Bf PB 1 ,r ' | Im Compliments of WEAVER’S HATCHERY WOODBERRY POULTRY FARM Va.--U. S. Approved Pullorum and Typhoid Clean Baby Chicks Colonial True-Line No. 3 65 Our 3 8th Year in Hatching Chicks That Live and Grow to Lay and Pay Route 1, Gloucester, Va. Phone OX-3-567 2 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL BANK OP LOUCESTE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT assurance corporat oas n LOUCESTtP. POINT 1906 OUR FIFTY-THIRD YEAR 1959 C vl Q je $ r- OW ' N t x uL t - X v H I k v A V f • K X Vi jr 5 : pi; §L H £• ■« iH 3:4 Lt v • i NX _ tv 9 £ IV Av Os p •_ TALLEY J. M. SHACKELFORD FURNITURE STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Home Furnishings Duo-therm Stoves Athey ' s 100% Pure Paint Radio and Electrical Appliances Severn, Virginia West Point, Virginia BROADDUS BROTHERS AMOCO Compliments of SERVICE CENTER Pick Up and Delivery WATSON T. BROWN, Prop. Phone: OX-3-2641 ABINGDON RURITAN Compliments of B. M. BUNTING ' S CLUB OYSTER HOUSE Cappahosic, Virginia M.G.M. GAS COMPANY Division of Broaddus and Hall Distributor of Quality Controlled Pyrofax Gas Service for the Home, the Farm, and Industrial Uses See Us for All Bottled Gas Appliances, Such as, Ranges Water, Heaters, Refrigerators, Heating Units Air Conditioning and All Bottled Gas Services Gloucester, Virginia Phone OX-3-1991 Compliments of GLOUCESTER REALTY CORPORATION Compliments of JOHN’S DEPARTMENT STORES Gloucester White Marsh Compliments of GLOUCESTER BUILDERS CORPORATION Compliments of DOROTHY JOHNSTON Phone: OX-3-2094 Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of WOODFORD R. CHAPMAN INSURANCE ROBINS’ RECORD SHOP Latest Hit Tunes and Your Favorite Albums Best Wishes TIDEWATER TELEPHONE COMPANY Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of HILDA’S BEAUTY SHOP : Phone MI-2-2344 For Appointments Bena, Virginia Compliments of DARIUS F. HOGGE Severn, Virginia HARCUM AIRPORT INN 4000 Foot Runway 80 Octane Avia tion Gas Gulf Oil Products Harcum, Virginia Compliments of H. M. SMITH COUNTRY STORE W. L. SHEPHERD Ordinary, Virginia Phone MI-2-3710 GENERAL MERCHANDISE Compliments of HUDSON SOUTH Gloucester Service Station Phone OX-3-47 27 Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of W. Ci TUCKER ' S WEST ' S BARBER SHOP STORE Gloucester, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of WOODS CROSS ROADS NEWTON MOTOR CO. SERVICE STATION Chrysler, Plymouth Woods Cross Roads, Va. GMC Truck Dealer J. DOSWELL DUTTON WATKINS FLORIST Feeds, Hardware, Paints and Wallpaper " Say It With Flowers " Funeral Designs, Weddings Admiral Appliances Corsages, Plants Phone OX-3-3616 Phones: OX-3-1946 or 3-1941 P. O. Box 304 Gloucester, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of TREVILIAN’S TIDEWATER FEED MARKET MILLS Ark, Virginia Phone: OX-3-1900 SEVERN INSURANCE AGENCY Box 656 Hayes, Virginia G M M HARDWARE AND TV Real Estate and Insurance Tax Consultant Phone OX-3-37 33 GAZETTE - JOURNAL Compliments of Gloucester and Mathews, Va. Fine Commercial Printing Stationery and Office Supplies J. L. OLIVER R. B. SEARS, INC. Compliments of SIOUX TRIBE NO. 9 Virginia Yellow Pine and Hardwood I. O. R. M. Phone PL-8-4299 CALVIN F. ROWE, C. of R. Glenns, Virginia Achilles, Virginia Compliments of SMOOT’S ESSO N. H. TILLAGE U. S. Route 17 Washing - Lubrication Road Service TOWN AND COUNTRY BEAUTY SHOP Phone Ox. 3-2381 MRS. GLADYS WINTERS Hayes, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 Drive Carefully for SEAWELL’S ORDINARY a Happy Graduation " A Better Place to Eat " JANNEY Make Reservations for Private Parties INSURANCE AGENCY Gloucester, Virginia Phones: MRS. E. EMERSON, Proprietress Office 3-1841 Home 3-1261 Ordinary, P. O. Compliments of Compliments of MASON’S ESSO SERVICE STATION J. B. POLAND Ark, Virginia AN D SONS Compliments of MAC ' S RADIO TV SERVICE Phone GL-3-4902 Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of YORK WHOLESALE COMPANY Distributors of Del Monte, Pocahontas and York River Canned Goods Distributors of Hanline Paints, Wolf Flour and Patrick Henry Meal Wholesale Grocers West Point, Virginia E. H. WHITEHEAD C. M. WHITEHEAD Compliments of Compliments of HOGG HAYES SHOPPING CENTER FUNERAL HOME J. GRAHAM HOGGE, Proprietor Wicomico, Virginia Phone MI-2-4671 Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE FRIGIDAIRE SALES AND STORE SERVICE W. B. CLEMENTS Phone OX-3-2600 Phone OX-3-23 50 Gloucester, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of J. M. HAYWOOD G. C. QUILLIAN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Wicomico, Virginia Severn, Virginia Phone MI-2-4430 Compliments of C. L. WILLIAMS I. N. WEST GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries Perrin, Virginia Maryus, Virginia ; Compliments of OTIS HOGGE General Merchandise Eclipse Lawn Mowers A FRIEND Dupont Paints Phone MI-2-4324 Achilles, Va. J. C. EDWARDS VARIETY Compliments of ‘tr 5£ TO $5.00 Gloucester, Virginia A FRIEND V. A. HAYWOOD SEAFOOD Wholesales in Seafood Fish and Oysters Phone MI-2-3341 Perrin, Va. ) ) ' s ■ c ' p y V x cv • -, 1 - y 7 Compliments of ' V i r ' r r . “ ' i .y V v Lt „ j Jy ' by ' ' J v ' TRI-COUNTY FURNITURE STORE l w “.. r i 3- y TRICO L.P. GAS SERVICE CO. n y r tu ■• «j A tj, . ; ♦- Gloucester, Virginia Jr Jrfjy ' yy . 2 T ft, i LS . ) , ‘ Phone OX-3-3900 V iV Jf ) t s” CS fj§ %r « ij tV Jp) f _ C om plim e nt s 7 of j A. V » u YORK RIVER SEAFOOD COMPANY, IN Perrin, Virginia $• Choice Seafoods Osr y n. Clams, Oysters, Fish, Crabs, and Crabmeat V Maywood, Liston, and Liston, Jr., Shackelford f Phone: MIday 2-3333 or 2-3359 TIDEWATER SEAFOOD CO. I. R. BLAKE, SR. Day Phone MI-2-407 5 Bena, Virginia I. R. BLAKE, JR. Night Phone MI-2-2170 C. B. ROWE AND SON Esso Products GENERAL MERCHANDISE Marine Hardware Crisfield, Maryland Brand Oyster Tongs Birds Eye Frozen Foods Anvil Brand Work Clothes Phone MI-2-2373 Bena, Virginia VILLAGE JEWELRY Compliments of COMPANY Diamonds, Watches and Silverware Engraved Announcements and Invitations GLO-MA-BEAUTY SHOP Dial OX-3-3470 or 3-3475 Gloucester, Virginia James Store, Virginia Compliments of TEMPLEMAN ' S BARBER SHOP When You Want Faster Better Floor Sanding on Old or New Floors Call Us for An Estimate N. C. WILLIAMS GENERAL MERCHANDISE Hardware and Paints Hayes, Virginia W. A. CONNER Gloucester Point, Virginia Phone MI-2-2621 Compliments of Compliments of GLOUCESTER GLOUCESTER MEN’S SHOP Phone: OX-3 -1521 BASEBALL CLUB Gloucester, Virginia G. D. ASH AND SON EDWARDS MOTOR CO. General Merchandise Dupont Paints - Sundial Shoes Anvil Brand Clothes Ready-to-Wear Dodge - Plymouth Job-Rated Trucks Sales and Service Phone: OX-3-1311 Perrin, Va. MI-2-3344 Gloucester, Va. HODGES AND BRYANT FANNING’S AMOCO SERVICE PLUMBING HEATING Gasoline Motor Oil Hotpoint Appliances Washing Greasing Minor Automobile Repairs Gloucester, Virginia Phone: MI-2-2790 HERBERT H. FANNING Compliments of Compliments of GLOUCESTER YORK BEACH LAUNDRY (l l -V ) n MOTEL Rug Cleaning and Storage Phone: OX-3-1791 IV Gloucester, Virginia HERFF-JONES COMPANY Manufacturers of Gloucester High School Standard Class Rings Virginia Representative JAMES L. DECK P.O. Box 4735 Richmond 29, Virginia H. C. SHACKELFORD, DIST. AMERICAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Gasoline - Kerosene - Fuel Oil Telephone MI. 2-3444 - 2-2544 Gloucester Point, Virginia for every member of the family in - - AND - The Times-Herald “Yen Can’t Buy Better Newspapers” THE MARK OF A CHAMPION When a young man can face the business world with the same undaunted courage that he bucks the line in football, and can take the bumps that inevitably will come to him in business, and can keep his fighting spirit and keep smiling ... then he has the mark of a champion. The world needs young men like this and the world will make way for them. The life insurance business needs such men, so why not prepare yourself for a career in the life insurance business. It ' s a business of opportunity for young men of ambition and vision. HOME BENEFICIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, INC. Home Office Richmond, Virginia YORK RIVER OYSTER CORPORATION " CAPAHOSIC " Oysters the Year Round Shucked or in the Shell The " Williamsburg Brand " Phone: OX-3-4701 Route 1, Gloucester, Va. • - ' yi — 1 ' ' y yjc ; Best Wishes to the Graduate ... j Your Yearbook Photographer FARABEE’S J • • - o Li V ; , foj? v 1 H STUDIO 3005 West Avenue Newport News, Virginia A WOMAN ' S WORLD OF COLONIAL STORES FINE FOOD SHOPPING COLONIAL STORES MARK PINE G ROCERIES Groceries, Meats and General Merchandise Phone: MI-2-2233 Proprietor, O. M. BLAKE MIKE’S TIRE AND RECAPPING SERVICE Amoco Service Goodyear Tires M. J. ROWE, JR. Phone: MI-2-3303 Ay v ..GLOUCESTER ? T " ft Pays to Look Your Best " F. A. CLEMENTS AND SONS Oldsmobile and Pontiac Phone: OX-3-1531 Gloucester, Virginia ,v U v CLEANERS IA Phone: Rug Gleaning OX-3-2652 WARDS RESTAURANT Quick Lunches Home Cooked Food Esso Gas and Oil Wicomico, Virginia Compliments of WHITE MARSH AUTO SALES EUGENE L. MORGAN E. RALPH ROBBINS Gloucester, Virginia Refreshing remembrance -APHS ■ • _ k _--- - ■ - vJ y U - S ' ms y j 1 - 1 Clay Bank Virginia Compliments of j TASTEE-FREEZE AND SNACK BAR Home Made Bar-B-Q Phone MI-2-3954 Hayes, Virginia Route 17 Compliments of DR. RAYMOND S. BROWN FRANK P. ASHE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Gloucester, Va. Achilles, Virginia Compliments of ABINGDON FEED COMPANY Wholesale Dealers in Hay, Grain, Flour and Poultry Supplies Compliments of BROTHERS’ MOTORS, INC. General Auto Repairs Phone: MI-2-2900 P.O. Gloucester Point, Va. Ordinary, Va. Phone: MI-2-4413 BROADDUS AND HALL EMMA JANE General Electric Appliances and Furniture SHOPPE Gifts and Fashions Clothing for Men and Women Gifts for All Occasions Phone: OX-3-1991 Phone: OX-3-3800 Ov V cr Swi X? " tX NEWTON’S BUS SERVICE I -K-.. -h— f " _ K-CS9 -lV—♦ Employee and Chartered Service X- -xy Specializes in School Game Trips Phone: OX-3-4821 Bellamy, Virginia J. C. BROWN OIL COMPANY, INC. Distributor of Texaco Products Gloucester and Mathews Counties Schley, Virginia Phone: OX-3-2630 Office OX-3-2635 Bulk Plant We Have Served This Area for Forty-three Years! EDGE HILL SERVICE STATION Texaco Products Gloucester, Virginia Phone: OX-3-1591 BELL MOTORS, INC. ri nrif-ruEX pm ct Compliments of GLOUCESTER SEAFOOD PACKING CO. Bena, Va. Fish - Oysters - Clams Phone: MI-2-2300 and 2-2324 M. J. OWENS O. M. BLAKE ♦ t - _ _ A, y j j _ __ A if , i: J p a y S 4 (r i ' V V ' " pYSTER COMPANY y ) V HOGG’S (hf V y ? Planters and Packers ( , V 0 Atf F. C. HOGG V C. W. HOGG BROWN FARINHOLT Gloucester, Virginia Insurance for Every Need Buick KILMARNOCK MOTOR SALES, INC. John Deere Kilmarnock, Virginia Route 17 SMITH’S ATLANTIC SERVICE HILTON E. SMITH, Proprietor Phone: MI-2-4143 Gloucester Point, Virginia Compliments of WALTER G. BECKNELL Photographer W. W. AMBROSE Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of E. H. BLAND General Merchandise Capahosic, Virginia Compliments of MR. AND MRS. W. E. BELVIN Compliments of W. C. DUTTON General Merchandise Woods X Roads Compliments of GLOUCESTER BARBER SHOP Compliments of CLEMENTS ESSO SERVICENTER U. S. Route 17 SPENCER CLOPTON White Marsh, Virginia OX-3-2185 J. W. ROBINS COUNTY-CITY General Merchandise - Paint SUPPLY CORPORATION Marine Hardware Coal, Feed and Building Supplies Phone: MI-2-3366 Perrin, Virginia Phone: MI-2-2700 or OX-3-3411 Compliments of Compliments of GLOUCESTER COUNCIL NO. 236 GRAY’S JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS PHARMACY Phone: OX-3-1271 Achilles, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia TAYL ? R w u UBL,SH,NG COMPANY Th« World . 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