Gloucester High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Gloucester, VA)

 - Class of 1961

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; ' ■. ; -. vfirar 1 1 HU m. ! 1 11 U - LM mWLy »- A ' JAkLto. ■ | • 9 ' TA?S(» vM«r“ S . ' ; £ t r r- ' v pr — Tx K -, “ « ' W ' 1 II ■V JLrtJuMA) Reserved P ( N t ■: $ f f Rl St rytd . ■ Edited by the 1961 SENIOR CLASS of GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL Gloucester, Virginia 2 dedication Because of her natural charm, sincere helpfulness, and understand¬ ing nature, the Senior Class of 1961 dedicates the 1961 CAVALIER to Mrs. Emma Jo Davis. 7 i t 6 - TjCc, a£ + uSo-y 6 Ct «24Ux. j - [ j.rf»4y «HuA C£ + C s Jl4b -t-k C ✓ jSb jC m» « 0 foreword a V oaj X ■ y ‘ %as r s We, the CAVALIER staff, realizing how quickly our memories of happy days fade, have attempted to capture a portion of the delightful and joyous times which have occurred throughout the school year. Someday in the future, a former student of Gloucester High may come across a worn annual; and as he leafs through the pages, a smile of joy may light the eyes and make happy the mind. If this should happen but once, our purpose shall be accomplished - the purpose of filling the heart with joy, the joy of days gone by. Gloucester Jlta i Sc ioof 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. This door is never completely closed; for behind are the ones that are always will¬ ing to give of their aid. They give freely of time and information to build better students and better citizens. Behind this door are those to whom we all too often forget to give credit. Behind this door, more often stand¬ ing there beside, are the teachers. r T N. SUMNER R. PUGH, JR, Principal Qdr r MRS. EDITH NORFOLK Secretary . ■ Ey»v y fe MISS ANN BYRD ATKINS MRS. GLADYS BELCHER DONALD AMBROSE a 9 C a MRS. LOLA CLEMENTS JAMES A. COLEY, JR. ANDREW DAVIS MRS. JODY DAVIS MRS. MARY LOU FARY MRS. SARA M. GABLER MRS. NORMA D. GIBBONS MRS. LUCY HALE MRS. MARGHUERITA D. HARRIS MRS. BARTA HOGG THOMAS H. HAMILTON 1 | Jd c e Co t CL J-o j e C MRS. MARY ROWE MRS. NETTIE ROWE MRS, ELIZABETH TREAKLE JAMES L. VIA, JR. MISS ROBERTA WIATT MRS. SALLY MOSER Office Otfssis an s SEATED: Nell Thrift, Robbie Jane Coates, Buelah Kellum. STANDING: Kay Clopton, Sue Lollis, Brenda Sue Jenkins. Through this door in 1957 passed a group of students who were beginning their quest for knowledge atG.H. S. Happy times and sad times occurred behind this door; and now the door opens once more. As this same group OFFICERS President - PEGGY WAGNER Vice-President - LLOYD CARLTON Reporter - JIMMY HALL Secretary - SUSAN TOWNSEND Treasurer - BRENDA SUE JENKINS I 4, W 7s f ' valedictorian ' j g) JENNINGS SHARON HEYWOOD Salutatorian CATHERINE ANN CLOPTON DALLAS DON ADAMS, JR WILLIAM WOODROW AMBROSE, JR. GERALD RANDOLPH ANDERS, JR, r- De cecibtk RUTH ANN BIRDS ALL EVA HARRIS BRADLEY PATRICIA ELOISE BLAKE A otjuidl 1 A Deceased • CAROLYN DUDLEY BROWN D ? fe ' s 5i? (i JOSEPH CARLYLE BROWN, JR brenda Joyce burgess LLOYD CARY CARLTON JAMES ALBERT CHAPMAN UjLjE j Ifej TON ) PAUL WILLIAM CLEMENTS 0 - .VIN CLEMENTS RICHA MARGARET FRANCES CONNER •ATES CREWE MARY ELIZABETH EWELL Aiv fo£r A ' ' f LAWRENCE HERZOG FIELD EWELL b£cti .S£ d ,2 7?f MARY LOUISE GRAY JAMES ARMSTRO: ORARd J vlES HAMPTON BENJAMIN HAMILTON TRIG I ? ANN ARRI£ I r- %r t 1 ALAN EUGENE HOGGE WOOD DIANNE GAH HOGGE .Y ' LOU ANDREW JACKSON HOGGE, JR. SYLVIA JU M INGLES ANDREW JAMES, J] JACQUELINE LUVERNE JENKINS MARCELLA LYNETTE JENKINS THOM A S D WARD JENKINS BEULAH BLANCHE KELLUM ALPHUS NEWMOND KNAPP GENE ALBERT-LEIGJJ NKIE SUE LOLLIS CAROL JOAN MARTIN JO ANN Nt TTALL I Al A JAMES D EELJ ELIZABETH MEL: JEAN ANNE OLIVER SELEN DAVIS YNE ROBINS BETTIE RAYMOND ROSEWEL: L JLd M ! - ANGELA SUE ZEE ROWE JOANNE ELIZABETH SMITH PEGGY ANN SMITH DA JEAN ft 7 » ,: v«4 MARVIN EDWIN THOMAS - V ,2 1 ®6 RONALD WADE TUBBLEFIEtt) WILLIAM FLOYD MARGARET FRANCES WAGNER NELLIE RAE THRIFT SUSAN HELEN TURNER ASHBY WALTHALL HILDA MARIE WEST lW eased RAYMOND THOMAS WEST a La. RICHIE LOU WHITE TT WISNER THOMAS RANDOLPH WILLIAMS MILTON WILLtAMS CONNEE YOUNG MOST STUDIOUS Susan Townsend and Bill Ingles WITTIEST Peggy Wagner and David Clayton MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Kay Clopton and Eugene Hogge FRIENDLIEST Sylvia Hogge and Billy Ambrose BEST ALL AROUND Sharon Heywood and Andy James 11 1 1 ill pi 1 WAo’s ls)£o CUTEST Richie Lou White and Frankie Belvin NEATEST Mary Lou Hogge and Tommy Jenkins QUIETEST Patricia Harris and Ray Rilee X Senior m emones The Senior float. BOYS ' STATE (J. Hall, C. Walker, A. James) The Ring giver. It ' s not real. Five happy girls. Whall shall I say? The KING and QUEEN of Don ' t fall! I wonder. The Big evening. JUNIOR SENIOR PROM 1 gmra. .y Tin As we open this door, we hear the soft waltz music of the Prom, the jangling of Coke bottles, the rattling of candy papers; we smell the french-fries, and see the sparkle in Juniors ' eyes which outsparkles their new class rings; we feel the excitement in the air as the 8th graders hold their first class meet¬ ing and we smile at the frivolous kids one class below. Behind this door are the Glou¬ cester High Seniors of the years to come. r. -L m iuin ii i ».. nl L_ ( OFFICERS Reporter - TIMOTHY WINTERS Treasurer - RICHARD SPEAK MAN President - GEORGE STERLING Secretary - BEVERLY PURCELL Vice-President - DIXIE HOGGE ' Juniors . Jean Sandra Trudy Bill Betty Roy Altemus Andersen Bartley Belcher Brown Brown Cynthia Ralph Betty Ann Harry Joyce Darlene Bunting Bunting Carver Chapman Clements Coates [Juniors Robbie Betty Jean Doris Ronald Nancy Phyllis Coates Cox Cox Deal Diggs Emerson Richard Kathleen Joyce Dariel Anthony Donald Erdt Fary Flipse Ford German German David Jimmy Faye Annette Edwin Mary Alice Gray Greene Gunn Hall Hall Hall Carlton Jimmy Peter Stephen Elva Della Harper Hatch Healy Hendley Heywood Hogge J Juniors Dixie Elaine Joan Gene Charlotte James Hogge Hogge Horsley Hurley Jenkins Jenkins Frances Leigh Jennings Jenkins Rudy Jenkins Barbara Jordan Tracy Lanciano Bobby Lewis Marion Marceron Jerry James Beverly Allen Motley Nuttall Oliver Owens Purcell Robins Juniors Kathryn Hattie Carol Cindy Eugene Judy Robbins Robins Rogers Rowe Rowe Rowe Mary Lee Gary Robert Bobby Nancy Rudy Rowe Scott Sears Seawell Shackelford Shackelford Wiley Lucy Page William Wilbur Richard Shackelford Sheron Simmons Simmons Smith Speakman George Kenneth Kay Lowell Rupert Alice Sterling Sterling Tappan Thomas Thomas Thompson Juniors •Martha Donald Harry Carolyn Shelby Calvin Tillage Waldorf Ward Weekly West Williams Paul A. Patsy Timothy Not Pictured Williams Wilson Winters John Bohannon Wendell Johnston Lee Mershon Roy West OFFICERS Vice-President - WAYNE McDERMOTT Reporter - PHYLLIS FORREST Secretary - MARTHA HOGGE Treasurer - DIANA DAVIS President - PRISCILLA CUSHMAN c S op ll 70 mo res m f 0 uaJl i £f CLs The G. H. S. Band on Parade. Mosby Nancy Allmond, Jr. Allmond Russell Berry Odell Kenneth Blake Bristow Linda Victor Brown Camechis Cleveland Cameron John Clements Carolyn Cox Linda Croswell Carolyn Crowder Ruth Crowder Priscilla Cushman Diana Davis George Deal Tina Virginia Mac Erdt Fitchett Fitzgerald Phyllis Forrest Annette Fosque (3 op Aozn ores Margaret Mary Ann Brenda Carlton Earl Carolyn Dale Greene Gregg Hall Hall Haury Haywood Hogge India Martha Nancy Hogge Hogge Hogge Tim Kenneth Peggy Tommy Holden Horsley Howlett Hutcheson Billy Jenkins Janet Jenkins Judy Ed Jenkins Johnston Jimmy Nathaniel Carol Jones Kellum Kelly Fred Lucy Becky Kimsey King Knapp Ronald May Wayne Henry McDermott Midgett Joe Montfort OfX nomores Eileen Georgette Betsy Beverly Jean Bert Ernest Motley Newbill Oliver Oliver Oliver Parkes Paulson Joy Cy Martha Doris Arlene Patricia Ellen Plentovich Rilee Rilee Robins Rowe Rowe Shackelford Carolyn Sterling Sandra Sterling Rita Virginia Stubblefield Stubblefield Billy Shinn Kenneth Nancy Shackelford Stanford Gene Judy Robert Barbara Judy Alvin Betsy Thomas Thrift Trevilian Wade Walthall West West cS ophom ores Pamela White Aaron Wilburn Connie Williams Donald Williams Mary Alice Williams OFFICERS Reporter - SAM MELLAR Treasurer - NANCY BLAKE Secretary - MARIAN POINTER Vice-President - VIVIAN BROWN President - BETTY CHAPMAN Jreshmen Carolyn Billy Bailey Baldwin Nancy Judy Blake Booker Jo Anne Bristow Corrine Brown Samuel Bunting Susan Denby Herbert Edwards Craig Hall Kathryn Brown Keith Brown Vivian Brown John Bryant Audrey Raymond Bunting Bunting Morris Cameron Francis Carmine Betty Chapman Johnny Chapman Wesley Clements Johnny Deal Virginia Dunnigan Samuel Dutton Kenneth Eastwood Billy Roger Alice Mae Leon Farinholt Field Goode Greene Richard Greene David Grow Kenneth W. T. Hall Harris Richard Haynes Carol Harold Hendley Hess Bonnie Faye Hogge Celeste Charles Hogge Hogg Gene Horsley Corky Hogge Gloria Linda Peggy Hogge Hogge Horning David Hubbard John Hughes Rebecca Hughes Brownie Woodrow James James Johnny Mary Frances Jenkins Kellum Henry Douglas Leigh Lemons Mary Marshall Lemons Lewis Peggy Massmann Peter Massmann Kenneth McGowan Janice Nancy Oliver Oliver Sam Mellar Gina Milliken Charles Montfort Della Owens Marian Pointer Eileen J. P. Woodrow Christian Bernard Diane Annette Quail Reardon Regensburg Rilee Robins Robins Rowe Brownie Rowe June Sears Irving Shackelford Doris Smith Frankie Smith James Smith John Smith freshmen Paula Sandra Kay , Alan David Smith Smith Stahl Sterling Patricia Grace Ann Ruth W. C. Charlotte Dale « Sterling Thompson Townsend Tribby Waddell Wagner West ( Franklin Jean Joan Jimmy Elsie Rae Freddie Jean West West West Wharton Williams Williams Wycuff tsf j OFFICERS Secretary - JERRY ALTEMUS Reporter - CAROL BUCK Vice-President - JIMMY THOMAS Treasurer - LINDA RILEE President - JOANNE CARR Oracle Donna Baldwin Vemetta Belvin Walton Blake Lois Bohannon Kenneth Joan Bonniville Brooks Anna Betty Mae Brown Brown Jo Ann Peter Carr Carver Johnny Kathleen Kay Larry Ronnie Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Richard Lottie Thomas Joyce Robert Carver Chapman Ann Childress Clayton Chapman John Clements Carol Buck Vivian Elaine Joyce Patsy Clopton Coates Cox Cox Richard Darnell Nancy Davis Ralph Terry Charles Denton Dirle Dunn Randy Fary Billy Howard Fenster- Fields macher Gary Marie Edward Ted Thomas Elias Emory Ewell Fairbanks Farris Cicj it i Wendell Fletcher George G. B. Warren Frazier Franklin Claris Albert Donna Richard Sheila Nina Danny Douglas Gray Greene Greene Greene Greene Gregg Hale Hall Richard Richard Margaret Carlton Jimmy Louise Rheba Wilson Harper Haywood L. Heywood Hogge Hogge Hogge Hogge Hogge James Ronald Ronald Patsy Linda Luther Priscilla Victor Houk Howard Howlett Hudgins Huff Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Harold Audrey Donald Johnston Betty Sheran James Wellford Jones Lee Kemp Kemp King Lanciano Marshall Marshall Kellum Jo Ann Ronnie Robert McDermott Midgett Milby Tommy Milby Judy Delores George Robbie Moorman Motley Newbill Newton Barbara Wayne William Richard Jewel Tommy Nuttall Nuttall Nuttall Parkes Plentovich Quillian Felix Franklin Linda Rigau Rilee Rilee Richard Roger Rilee Robbins Jackie Bobby Robins Ronk Annette Rowe Betty Rowe Rowe Gary Herman Rowe Rowe Malvina Virginia Rowe Ruddock Dorothy Seawell Nancy Billy Irene Almeda Billy Harold Setterholm Shackelford Shackelford Shepherd Shinn Smith Sharon Smith Virginia Smoot Bobby Rowe Nell Clara J. E. Carolyn Terry Barbara Donnie Jimmy Stansell Jean Sterling Sterling Strigle Sutton Sue Thomas Thomas Thomas Bruce Diane Donald Esther Hansford James West West West West West West Linda Linwood Charlotte Gloria Robert Faye Marion Nancy West West Wilburn Wilburn Williams Wilson Wilson Wood As we venture beyond this door we find students working to bring honor to our school and to bring aid to the individual. Beyond this door lie the extracurricular activities which have broadened many outlooks and have aroused much interest throughout the school, the state, and ultimately the country and the world. What man can say how many great ideas or great deeds originated just be¬ yond this door? EDITORIAL STAFF: Larry Field, Boys ' Sports Editor; Nell Thrift, Co-Picture Editor; Peggy Wagner, Art Editor; Sue Lollis, Girls ' Sports Editor; Linda Sterling, Editor; Kay Clopton, Co-Picture Editor; Gerry Anders, Photographer. BUSINESS STAFF: Beulah Kellum, Typist; Margaret Conner, Co-Adv. Manager; Richie Lou White, Co-Adv. Manager; Davis Rhodes, Business Manager; Carolyn Brown, Sales Manager; Faye Jenkins, Secretary. OFFICERS Sponsor - MRS. FARY Reporter - JUDY ROWE Secretary - CAROLYN LEWIS Treasurer - ANDY JAMES President - CHARLES WALKER Vice-President - NANCY SHACKELFORD FIRST ROW: J. Rowe, A. James, C. Lewis, N. Shackelford, C. Walker. SECOND ROW: A. Thompson, D. Hogge, C. Bailey, B. Hogge, B. Knapp, C. Weekley. THIRD ROW: V. Ruddock, J. Carr, T. Sutton, G. Newbill, C. Dunn, F. Gunn. FOURTH ROW: S. Townsend, C. Williams, V. Fitchett. OFFICERS: Mary Lou Hogge, Secretary; Carolyn Brown, Vice-President; Linda Sterling, President; Eugene Hogge, Treasurer; Kay Clopton, Reporter; Mrs. Clements, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: L. Thomas, S. Town¬ send, J. Smith, D. Hogge, L. Sheron, C. Martin, F. Gunn, S. West, H. Robins, R. White, N. Thrift. THIRD ROW: B. Teagle, B. Robins, C. Rogers, C. Bunting, J. Clements, S. Lollis, J. Hall, L. Field, F. Belvin, T. Jenkins. FOURTH ROW: N. Shackelford, C. Weekley, R. Coates, M. Rowe, C. Lewis, K. Fary, R. Shackelford, P. Wilson. 33eta GfuS OFFICERS: Cynthia Bunting, Secretary; Joan Horsley, Treasurer; Phyllis Emerson, Vice- President; Faye Gunn, President; Carol Martin, Reporter. SECOND ROW: B. Robins, A. Rowe, M. Ewell, K. Robins, L. Sterling. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Harris, Sponsor; M. West, A. Rowe, P. Harris, G. Thompson. i J jSRH mW i life By-- “ jfey Igs! 4 14 1 P .- j r 1 T in | i IMF ' 1 •t " EDITORIAL STAFF: Carol Rogers, Assistant Editor; Kay Clopton, Editor; Cynthia Bunting, Assistant Edi tor; P. Cushman, N. Coates, Girls’ Sports Editor; S. Lollis, S. Rowe, N. Thrift, S. Townsend, Feature Editor; P. Lewis, J. Clements, S. Andersen, P. Forrest, G. Anders, S. Heywood, News Editor; and Mrs. J. Ken¬ nedy, Sponsor. BUSINESS STAFF: C. Brown, Sales Manager; J. Smith, Business Manager; B. Purcell, K. Mellar, S. Denby, J. Jenkins, N. Coates, B. Carver, C. Rowe, D. Hogge, M. Hogge, F. Fletcher, Publicity Man¬ ager; B. Kellum, G. Milliken, Mrs. Kennerly, C. Clements, P. White, J. Plentovich, B. Hall, and N. Allmond. F. H. A. OFFICERS Joyce Clements, Reporter; Jean Altemus, Historian; Robbie Coates, Parliamentarian; Sue Lollis, President; Carol Rogers, Vice-President; Alice Thompson, Treasurer; Patricia Wilson, Secretary. F.H. A. members PRINCESS - Sue Lollis PRINCESS - Mary Lou Hogge QUEEN - Dianne Gail Hogge The Holly Ball Court FIRST ROW: R. Stubblefield, G.‘Leigh, P. Miller, R. Sears, J. Blake, R. Ewell. SECOND ROW: M. Thomas, R. Bunting, M. Fitzgerald, K. Bristow, R. Trevilian, B. Jenkins. THIRD ROW: M. M. Max- ton, .Sponsor; K. Hogge, R. " Rilee, J. Jones, L. Mershon. vv " ■ r r b w [ U • y J OFFICERS: Ronnie Stubblefield, Secretary; Gene Leigh, Treasurer; Pete Miller, President; Robert Sears, Sentinel; Jimmy Blake, Reporter; Robert Ewell, Vice-President. OFFICERS: B. Moore, Treasurer; C. Weekley, Secretary; Mrs. Pointer, Sponsor; D. Hogge, President; S. Townsend, Vice-President; J. Rowe, Reporter. SECOND ROW: N. Shackelford, Mrs. Gabler, C. Rowe, K. Fary, P. Lewis, E. Shackelford, M. Pointer, R. Coates, S. Sterling, K. Mellar, S. Denby, S. Lanciano. THIRD ROW: B. Farinholt, A. Hogge, W. McDermott, B. James, T. Hutcheson, G. Milliken, W. James, W. Crewe, B. Robins, C. Rogers, J. Clements. cience GfuS FIRST ROW: V. Brown, M. Pointer, W. Shackelford, C. Martin, N. Shackelford, B. Knapp, J. Morris, D. Tilson, R. Midgett, J. Moorman, G. Oliver. SECOND ROW: L. Thomas, J. Flipse, Mrs. Belcher, Sponsor; B. Belcher, B. Lewis, T. Lanciano. CENTER: M. Rowe, Vice-President; Page Simmons, Treasurer; D. Hogge, Reporter; R. Shackelford, Secretary; C. Weekley, President. Gpanisn G u6 ♦ • 1 1 ' 3bB Ira ja $mt . w ' 4 raSfi|i%1 Wmm iTZ JUjPr- ' - v »:.£ ' ?-•■« i ‘ i ' W JK I .in. «« ' ■• mu . | , M fH | HEAD MAJORETTE: Kathleen Mellar Joy Plentovich Tina Erdt JKajoreite.s Ann Townsend Ben Harris, Capt.; Carlyle Brown, Lt.; Billy Jenkins, Sgt.; Wayne McDermott, Quartermaster; Margaret Conner, Librarian; Carolyn Brown, Reporter. Julie Plentovich Pat Rowe FIRST ROW: J. Moorman, D. Hogge, E. Shackelford, L. Brown, B. Hall, M. Greene, J. West. SECOND ROW: J. Cox, V. Smoot, J. Plentovick, S. Sterling, N. Stansell, B. Oliver, M. Roane. 1 ■L jm 1 4 8th GRADE PRINCESS, Joanne Carr; 10th GRADE PRINCESS, Diana Davis; QUEEN, Brenda Sue Jenkins; MAID OF HONOR, Sharon Heywood; 11th GRADE PRINCESS, Jean Altemus. Behind this door ripped the victory shout, and behind this door swept the defeat sigh. But through victory and through defeat reigned an undaunted spirit, but most important a spirit of fairness, a spirit of justice. Behind this door, many have earned the principles, not only of sports, but also of life. This page is sponsored by EDGE HILL SERVICE STATION David Cla Jimmy Hammer - Guard Ben Harris - Guard Tommy Williams - Tackle Billy Ambrose - Ta CO-CAPTAINS: A. T. Walthall - Quarterba Andy James - Fullback I M. E. Thomas - Halfback Andrew Hogge - Halfback Frankie Belvin - Left End Lester Sterling - Right End • r " ' OTHERS Varina Southampton 14 James Blair 13 34 Chuckatuck 6 6 Northampton 28 27 Norfolk Academy 41 26 Poquoson 0 34 Mathews 14 34 York 19 CO-CAPTAINS and COACH A. James, J. Coley, and A. T. Walthall Compliments of HAYES PHARMACY J7 lj. ' j ' ooibaJJ FIRST ROW: R. Berry, J. Clements, C. Hogge, J. Quail, O. Blake, T. Quillian, F. Smith, R. Haynes, A. Wilburn, D. West, B. Shinn, W. Marshall. SECOND ROW: G. Frazier, T. Boyd, W. Waddell, S. Mellar, F. Kimsey, M. Cameron, G. Newbill, W. Wathall, W. James, J. Bryant, B. West, V. Camechis, B. Walton, G. Franklin, P. Carver. THIRD ROW: B. Ingles, Manager; Mr. Davis, Coach; G. Scott, Manager. J.V. FOOTBALL SCORES .H.S. OPPONENT 0 James Blair 20 6 Hampton Roads Academy 13 0 York 13 13 Mathews 12 6 Mathews 12 6 Poquoson 0 I FIRST ROW: B. Jenkins, P. Wagner. SECOND ROW: S. Hogge, J. Oliver, S. Lollis, M. Jenkins, S. Heywood. THIRD ROW; D. Owens, C. Wagner, C. Weekley, R. Coates, E. Motley, D. Davis, B. Knapp, N. Blake. FOURTH ROW: Coach R. Wiatt, Manager N. Coates, J. Horsley, J. Flipse, G. Newbill, Scorekeeper, J. Jenkins. ! GHS Chuckatuck Middlesex Poquoson Whaleyville Windsor York Southampton James Blair St. Vincents Mathews Prince George CO-CAPTAINS and COACH P. Wagner, Miss Wiatt and B. Jenkins Hirfs ' as he tball FIRST ROW: E. Rowe, H. Ward, L. Sterling, F. Belvin, A. T. Walthall, A. Hogge, G. Hurley. SEC¬ OND ROW; Manager, R. Brown, J. Hall, W. Johnston, A. James, B. Lewis, T. Jenkins, E. Haury, J. Hatch, B. Thomas, Coach Jim Coley TJarsita Jjas etSa I S 5 UW-iL JL)y Oj IT Oy ojlJ 1 ? ' , ' Sl!!Z TRI-CAPTAINS and COACH A. T. Walthall, Jim Coley, Frankie Belvin, and Lester Sterling. Compliments of HARRIS AND WALTHALL, INC. GHS 65 56 74 43 77 52 59 77 63 49 65 44 55 49 52 c§4 3ZS i Olo 4 + yyJL. Chuckatuok OTHERS i y Mathews Middlese Poquoson Whaleyville Holland Windsor York Southampton James Blair Franklin Deep Creek Mathews Virginia Beach Northampton 47 39 50 57 84 51 50 ■m v , % wwm There it goes again. Jean and Joyce have got it Peggy ' s famous jump FIRST ROW: B. Baldwin, J. Marshall, J. Frazier, J. Thomas, J. Clements, W. Harris, C. Hogge, C. Montfort, W. Fletcher, P. Carver. SECOND ROW: Coach A. Davis, J. Byrant, W. Walthall, M. Lewis, B. Jenkins, W. McDermott, K. Brown, E. Paulson, J. West, J. Smith, L. Jenkins, Coach T. Hamilton. LA J V. Ly C SasJietSaJft, t J (? V ‘ Go M. E. ! You can get away.( J[ L4A J; ' There are just too many. Carolyn Lewis Uarsiti Nancy Shackelford Betty Ann Carver Judy Rowe Margaret Conner CO-CAPTAIN Richie Lou White CO-CAPT Carolyn Bp Dianne Gail Hogge Priscilla Cushman Judy Thrift J.V. CHEERLEADERS Jerry Altemus Peggy Homing A1 Shepherd Brownie James CAPTAIN - Donna Lou Baldwin Carolyn Bailey Terry Dirle Betty Chapman Bonnie Hogge A A n. He missed another One. Praying for Victory. SVi lp;Kots Susan Townsend Kgy Clopton Sue Lollis Ray West A1 Knapp larolyn Broun Dianne Hogge Andy James one -ove Ann uo futtall Patricia Harris Jackie Jenkins Davis Rhode Ben Harris Kathleen Me liar Kell Thrift Carol Martin •V- Lloyd Carlton Ray Rilee . Linda Sterling Richie Lou White arie West Ronnie Stubblefield Sen i • or Brenda Jenkins Mary Lou Gray Connee loung Peggy Smith Billy Ambrose Joanne Smith- Eugene Ho gee 1 Somethin-; new « Home sweet home, i CASPER. Hot rerJLlyJ Don’t let go! Don t tell us ther How Girls • Witch is It. t - 5- V jT LATIN IT CLASS , “ ■ " h period j A 8 £lu Obfy %_, Cr? Compliments of ABINGDON CLEANERS Gloucester Point, Va. Phone: MI 2-5000 Compliments of MR. AND MRS. RICHARD WHITE t CL u. l0 ' 1 ' ' Oi jg_juiS U. Compliments co-vc G of 7 o, ' cu sj!— h_ -A — - - tfXl SENIOR CLASS OF ’61 fiM. ' dLi dfflG- M.nt i ryw X, ftviA«y SL , ' ' ' Q i C hi j - i o n , v " 6 4°V y — cTpL £ _ Tt " BEST OF ALL THE REST " ' V ft ta l± 35 ( H dcT dUe . J u ■=- - y- . _ 0 X A ty Puny ‘fuxyyi Cute J |T _ :» mm Ml ' fTy ILW’W |yjj|; ju. , 5 C 6- Ca rt « ? S 9 Compliments of G. H. S. Varsity Cheerleaders X 3 c CUUju O COMPLIMENTS OF LOUIS GROH SON, INC. Complete Grain Marketing Service Custom Grinding and Mixing Purina Chows The Most Modern Bulk Feed Handling and Grain Elevating Facilities in Tidewater T I Forty-five Years Experience " Clay Bank , Virginia v W y v ' v l , ' r v A, t % ■A V_», CiVsj VJVv_A S v. , A - ;tX . s V). 9. Y } Ss k X K BELL MOTORS, INC. Vf I r Ai-- 1 % 2 0J ovjl vJA BUICK-CHEVROLET -CORYAIR 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 Qo-cj . . , LjJuu) CUvS t; ■JIamS C J uH 1 ' ? ' ; . Compliments of C " c ujuo, . J St •-S z.-f £S -(La-j ? TRI-COUNTY FURNITURE STORE j and TRICO L. P. GAS SERVICE, INC. Gloucester, Virginia Phone OX 3-3900 Proudly Serving Gloucester Seniors JOSTEN’S Engravers and Stationers Owatonna, Minnesota RAYMOND E. PAGE Special Representative Vinton, Virginia PAUL A. WILLSIE COMPANY Academic - ' Qj WajL i V H. C. SHACKELFORD SON 101 Or- iLsj Tr-v ' (j ’ Vp V L ! C ' C ' ' -- ' . ' l AiEllfcAl ' pihkOLEUM PROt) j o _ vcro S, S -aj c o-sv c, 0 C C S WSftStffce Q) _, . C O r D - - -Oj A v L CwSUjl Vv SoqSJ Telephone MI 2-3444 - 2-4324 ,,u t 1 GcL-S. c4 i .crfvj . ' " • Gloucester Point, Virginia Lrv t Sbv . ‘ vx : lXL jG s SL-Ck Si 6 ] QXIxjO ' SEAFOOD COMPANY ?- y M Q l _yv» Bena, Virginia Cs K C ' j% I. R. BLAKE, SR. I. R. BLAKE, JR. Day Phone MI 2-4075 Night Phone MI 2-2170 -A_ c SKATING RINK ALLEY ,yf ajA " (W Take Your Kids Out of the Gutter into the Alley- Skating Is Fun for Everyone Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday McLEAN APPLIANCE CO., INC. Gloucester, Virginia Phone OX 3 -2600 " Appliances Are Our Business " F rigidaire Maytag RCA Whirlpool Westinghouse Philco Speed Queen Plus Complete Line of Records and Accessories at Our " Music Center " JORDAN INSURANCE AND JORDAN Compliments of INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE GLOUCESTER MEN ' S SHOP Phone MI 2-4160 • Phone: OX 3-1521 % -J Gloucester, Virginia BROWN’S AMOCO SERVICE CENTER M. C. HOGGE General Merchandise Phone: MI 2-3349 Perrin, Virginia American Oil Products Goodyear Tires and Accessories Pick Up and Delivery WATSON T. BROWN, Dial Prop. OX 3-2641 Compliments of GLOUCESTER ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of i JOHN HUDGINS Hayes, Virginia We Hope s ||||lp||N You Break All Records X mM L. F. PHILLIPS AND SONS, INC. Distributors of Mobil Petroleum Products I ® 1 With Your Success JJn in Life WDDY RADIO JM m 1420 . Phone: ' i Residence OX 3-1631 Office MI 2-3456 - ... Compliments of J. H. MARTIN AND CO. Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of GAZETTE-JOURNAL " Your Home Town Newspaper " Compliments of ROWE AND ROWE GULF SERVICE AND RPR MARINE SERVICE Compliments of TUCKER ' S STORE Compliments of JOHN ' S DEPARTMENT STORES Dial 3-3666 Dial 3-1860 Gloucester, Va. - White Marsh, Va. J. C. EDWARDS VARIETY 5£ to $5.00 Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of TIDEWATER DRIVE-IN Compliments of WEST ' S BARBER SHOP Gloucester, Virginia H. L. HORSLEY TRAIL WAY SERVICE CENTER Phone OX 3-5263 White Marsh, Virginia YORK RIVER SEAFOOD COMPANY Perrin, Virginia Clams, Oysters, Fish, and Crabs Phone: MI 2-3333 HOGG’S OYSTER COMPANY Planters and Packers i F. C. HOGG C. W. JHOGG WEST BARBER SHOP Best Wishes to the Class of 1961 Drive Carefully for a Happy Graduation Hayes, Virginia JANNEY INSURANCE AGENCY Gloucester, Virginia Phones: Off. 3-1841 Home 3-1261 ALVIN L. NEWTON ELTON NEWTON MALVIN NEWTON President and Treas. Vice-President Secretary BROTHERS MOTORS, INC. General Auto Repairs and Wrecking Service International Harvester Dealer Day Phone: MI 2-24413 Ordinary, Va. Night Phone: OX 3-4821 Compliments of Compliments of T. S. CLOPTON Gloucester Point, Va. ABINGDON FEED COMPANY Wholesale Dealers in Hay, Grain, Flour and Poultry Supplie s Phone: MI 2-2900 Gloucester Point, Virginia J. C. BROWN OIL CO., INC. Distributor of Texaco Products Phone OX 3-263 5 OX 3-2630 Crisfield Maryland Oyster Tongs Oysterman ' s Supplies Anvil Brand Work Clothes Esso Products COMPLIMENTS V-% ' ==%: «= X V v. OF TASTEE-FREEZE “X °fr r T o ‘Nc AND SNACK BAR ALVIN L. NEWTON, Owner Coach Buses Phone: Day Midway 2-4413 Air-Conditioned Night: OXford 3-4821 NEWTON’S BUS SERVICE Chartered Trips " Specializes in School Game Trips " Employee Hauling: Naval Weapons Station Newport News Shipyard Bellamy, Virginia Compliments Compliments of KEMP ' S RESTAURANT Gloucester, Va. of YORK BEACH MOTEL Gloucester Point, Va. Compliments of GLOUCESTER VETERINARY HOSPITAL Compliments of VILLAGE BEAUTY SHOP F. A. CLEMENTS Compliments AND SONS, INC. of Gloucester, Virginia A FRIEND OX 3-1531 J. B. POLAND AND SONS Compliments SUPER MARKET of AND J. E. HUNT LICENSED WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT SEVERN INSURANCE AGENCY Waterfront Property Hayes, Virginia Phone: MI 2-2345 or MI 2-3198 Compliments of of CLEMENTS ESSO STATION Compliments of GLOUCESTER BARGAIN HOUSE MATTHEW WALTHER Interior and Exterior Decorating All Work Guaranteed Phone MI 2-4631 Perrin, Virginia Mean That You Get Sometimes Hours Later Than Newspapers Shipped Into Area fnplete Coverage of Middle Peninsula Yetvs i Teletype front This Office in Gloucester 1 y A COMPLIMENTS OF V ,w YORK WHOLESALE CO. Distributors of Del Monte, Pocahontas and York River Canned Goods Flour Distributors of Hanline Paints, Wolf and Patrick Henry Meal Wholesale Grocers West Point, Virginia E. H. WHITEHEAD C. M. WHITEHEAD’; M. SHACKELFORD GENERAL MERCHANDISE Athey ' s 100% Pure Paint Severn, Virginia h f COUNTY-CITY SUPPLY CORPORATION Seed, Feed, Farm, and Building Supplies Phone MI 2-2700 OX 3-3411 Shop COLONIAL A Woman ' s World of Fine Food Shopping car COLONIAL STORES CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES ft v TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF ' 61 FREEZE yBOX LUNCHES OUR SPECIALTY j v vf: Ark, Virginia j. V 1 Phone OX 3-3255 BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA-COLA COMPANY Gloucester, Virginia Cour te sy of BRIDGES FUNERAL HOME Gloucester, Virginia BROADDUS AND HALL GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE Phone: 0X3-1991 V TV ' mLJL f v y A c r - W vV . , w v j i t v sw y A , r J. ROLAND HOGG HOGG FUNERAL HOME V ' y ' U VIDV. BRISTOW t r »r yJ ? Telephone: Midway 2-3800 24-Hour Ambulance y , vice iy A c? W y TOWN AND COUNTRY ' 1 rjj 1 y Ty BEAUTY SHOP MRS. GLADYS WINTERS Hayes, Virginia Compliments of YORK BRIDGE RESTAURANT Gloucester Point, Va. Compliments of V. A. HAYWOOD Perrin, Virginia TIDEWATER GRAV L| COMPANY Mercury Outboard £ Sale s nd sr Service iO C t s. I ' ■J p -x-, Phone Ox£ 861 w White Marsh, Virginia _ V " MIKE ' S TIRE AND RECAPPI SERVICE Amoco Service Gates Tires M. J. ROWE, JR. Phone 2-3303 11 WATKINS FLORIST " Say It With Flowers Funeral Designs, Weddings, and Corsages Phones: OX 3-1946 or OX 3-1941 Best Wishes GLO-CO REAL ESTATE ARLINE LANCIANO, Broker Ordinary, Virginia MI 2-5090 VILLAGE ESSO . U C. CLEMENTS AND S©NS V " zf ' L ■Trr K ' „ ' ? : ' Service Station an T Fuel Oil " . ' x =e OX 3-2382 2 . Compliments of H. R. MOTORS Gloucester, Virginia V plumbing Ante, heating Hotpoint Appliances Myers Pumps - Oil Burners HODGES BRYANT, INC Gloucester, Virginia Phone: 0X3-1340 •YZ O ✓ " 2 r SOUTHSIDE INSURANCE BALL’S CITIES SERVICE AGENCY, INC. R. T. O. Building Phone: 0X3-3151 Gloucester, Virginia FRED L. BROWN Agent and Manager } Z 1 tuce er, Virginia Life, Fire, Auto, Casualty C ats - Oil.- Ac cess 91 Ur, dephon OX3 4 5 yt J a.o ih y rr if Compliments of Compliments of GLOUCESTER GLOUCESTER REALTY EQUIPMENT CO. CORPORATION Gloucester, Virginia m v ' .p T 7 Ttf yo Compliments or ' P. ROBINS GENERAL MERCHANDISE Water Front Lots on Severn River .chilles, Va. MI 2-4342 ’ i r MA Ji NE $HOPPE r All Qj asifcns or l n and ome Phone OX 3-3800 Compliments of CALVIN HOTEL Gloucester, Virginia ELMER GREENE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Maryus, Virginia Compliments of BROWN AND ROWE CLEANERS Compliments of J. L. OLIVER Wicomico, Virginia J. DOSWELL DUTTON Feeds, Hardware, Paints and Wallpaper Admiral Appliances Phone OX 3-3616 Gloucester, Virginia COMPLIMENTS OF GLOUCESTER OD PACKING CO., INC. Bena, Virginia Fish - Oysters - Clams Phone: MI 2-2 fc md 2 ' ' M. J. OWENS P: O. M. BLAKE Compliments of GRAY’S PHARMACY Phone: 0X3-1271 Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of SEAWELL’S ORDINARY Phone MI 2-3301 Ordinary, Virginia Compliments of HARRY WARD Wicomico, Virginia Phone MI 2-3 693 J. W. ROBINS GENERAL MERCHANDISE PAINT - MARINE HARDWARE Phone MI 2-33 66 Route 2, Hayes, Virginia CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1961 GLOUCESTER HIGH SCH OOL BANK OP LOUCEfTE MEMBER EEDERBl DEPOS E VS OP B VC E CORPOBBE O V GLOUCES TET y]G LOUCEST€P. POINT 1906 OUR FIFTY-FOURTH YEAR 1961 TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY K serV€d . - ' . [ ?£ SFk

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