Gloucester High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Gloucester, VA)
- Class of 1968
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■ GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL--GLOUCESTER, VIRGINIA THE CAVALIER XV EDITION EDITED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1968 G.H.S. Is Growth Education is an experience in which growth is a prime factor. Gloucester High School is a liv¬ ing, growing organism. Each of its students is also developing and maturing. This growth be¬ gins when we first enter G.H.S. as small, struggling eighth graders, but it does not end when, as seniors, we solemnly march to GOD OF OUR FATHERS for the last time. Growth has become a part of us. The Cavalier Staff of 1968 has tried to capture by word and picture the events and experiences that nourish such growth. 2 LEFT: Mr. Conner gives last minute instructions to some band members before the half-time perfor¬ mance . BELOW: The G. H. S. Homecoming Court and escorts at their place of honor on the sideline. LEFT: Another day ends as the students of G. H. S. hurry to the waiting buses. ABOVE: Last summer the library ' s facili¬ ties were enlarged. This was emphasized during National Book Week. Danny and the Delnotes swing into action at the Home¬ coming Dance. Development Is Ricky Smith assists Jackie Sterling with an assign¬ ment in the new drafting department. Faculty. 17 Seniors. 23 Underclassmen. 39 Organizations. 57 Features. 73 Sports. 79 Advertising. 89 4 Victory is the cry of the spirited J. V. cheerleaders! Influenced By . . . " Now hear this, now hear this--this is your leader. " Karen and Joan cheer the mighty Dukes on to another victory! Hard work earns the Senior Class second place for their Homecoming float. 5 Interested, Helpful People Because of your sincere interest in and encouragement to our class, we the SE¬ NIOR CLASS of 1968 pause to honor you. For your helpfulness and understanding as a teacher, friend, coach, and adviser, we proudly dedicate the 1968 Cavalier to you. DONALD RILEY MULLINS. 6 The Challenge To Achieve The S. C. A. works for the student body--by playing records in the The Varsity cheerleaders try a new formation. lunch blocks. Has everyone finished his typing jobs? The sideline comes alive as the Dukes score. , SlsiASSii! 7 ABOVE: Chemistry students pre¬ pare oxygen in the lab. RIGHT: In Occupational Home Economics students learn to plan and prepare meals in preparation for food careers. Work in class money making proj¬ ects teaches students to accept responsibilities. 8 The Willingness To Accept Responsibility Students use modern business machines in office practice class. ■ 9 ik. Competition in Mind And Body Mike tries for a goal. Tense moments for the Dukettes. 10 The high-spirited cheer¬ leaders of G. H. S. Quiet moments before school are useful in finishing up homework! Dutton pauses on the sideline before again charging for the Dukes. The Dukes struggle to get extra yardage. 11 Freedom To Explore And Express Group bands explore the field of music. The gym is often the scene of after game dances. Lasting friendships are formed between classes. 12 TOP: Students express themselves through their creative abilities. ABOVE: Donna Pitts--Homecoming Queen. RIGHT: Exploring life. BELOW: Students and teachers exchange ideas in the halls of G. H. S. 13 Cooperation Cooperation leads to achievement-- Our Dukes are red hot! " Three Coins in the Fountain. " Gloucester High band on the move. 14 Senior cheerleaders--Marlene, Karen, and RaNaye. 15 A Proper Balance Between Work And Play TOP: That enjoyable 25 minutes when all cares leave and music soothes the soul! ABOVE RIGHT: Chewed gum again, uh? ABOVE LEFT: Does our expanded curriculum also include a class in personal beautification? BELOW: These are hard working Juniors? 16 MR. D. D. FORREST Superintendent MR. MILTON M. MAXTON . . . Director of Instruction Administration MRS. GAYNELLE McNICHOLS Secretary MR. WILLIAM D. BOWLING Principal MISS DIANE HOLMES Secretary School Board MR. WALLACE W. FLETCHER MR. JEFFERSON K. SINCLAIR Chairman MRS. G. EDWARD MOWRY MRS. MARJORIE ALLEN Drafting College of William Mary MR. PHILIP ARGABRIGHT Agriculture I, II, III, Welding V.P.I. MR. DOUGLAS BALDWIN Biology, Physics Old Dominion College MR . CARLYLE BROWN Transportation Manager General Motors School MRS. JOSEPHINE BROWN English 9 Longwood College MR. KENNETH BROWN, JR. Physical Education, World History Salem College- i MR. JAMES CONLEY, JR. Physical Education Driver Education College of William G Mary MRS. BARBARA CONNER Home Economics Longwood College MR. STUART CONNER Band, Choral Shenandoah Conservatory of Music MR. MURRAY DAVIS History 8, World Geography Brooklyn College, New York Univ. MISS DALLAS DEKRAFFT Shorthand I II, Typing II Office Practice Longwood College MR. GORDON DIXON Trigonometry, Math 9, Algebra II. Methodist College MRS. NANNIE DRUMMOND Science 8 G 9, Math 9 Saint Paul ' s College MRS. MARY LOU FARY Librarian Mary Washington College MRS. REGINA FOOR English 10 11 Asbury College COL. W. H. G. FULLER Guidance U.S. Military Academy MR. RALPH GENTRY Business Math, General Business Bookkeeping Accounting College of William Mary MISS MARTHA GRAVES English 8, Spanish College of Notre Dame of MD . MISS MARY B. HILL Science 8, Physical Education Old Dominion College MRS. PRUDENCE HUDDLESTON Art Madison College MRS. MARY KIMBERLY English 10 12 College of William Mary MR. THOMAS MILFORD Industrial Arts, Metal Cluster Western Carolina University MR. DON MINER Economics, U.S. History Frederick College MR. DONALD MULLINS Math 8, Physical Education East Tennessee State University MISS EVA MUSE Math 8, Business Math Saint Paul ' s College MRS. RACHEL PAULSON Algebra I, Plane Geometry Combined Geometry Longwood College MRS. NAN POINTER Government, U.S. History Mary Washington College MR. ROBERT RIGGAN Typing I Morehead State, Tennessee Tech. MRS. BEVERLY ROBERTS Algebra I II Advanced Senior Math Florida State University MR. HAMMOND ROBINS, JR. World Geography, English 9 University of South Carolina MRS. SHIRLEY ROBINSON English 8 9 Indiana University MRS. MARY ROWE Occupational Home Economics Home Economics V. P. I. MRS. NETTIE ROWE Study Hall College of William Mary MRS. GEORGIA SKYLES English 10 Speech Madison College MRS. ELIZABETH TREAKLE Latin, Guidance Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College MRS. DONNA TURGEON Science 9, Biology Bridgewater State Teacher ' s College MISS ROBERTA WIATT Physical Education Longwood College MRS. MARJORIE WROTEN Chemistry, French I II University of North Carolina Here Rests The Spirit Of G.H.S. 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. FIGHT SONG Oh, we will fight, fight, fight for Gloucester, Oh, we will fight on to the end. Oh, we will fight, fight, fight for Gloucester, Never to give in. And when the Dukes march on in triumph, Victory in their sight; Stand and hear our loyal cheer for the Red and White. 22 David Hayden, treasurer; Donnie Sears, president; Karen Bond, secretary; Jim Towell, vice-president. Senior Class VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN ELIZABETH GAYLE LEWIS " Betty " Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Beta Club II, III, IV; Drama Club I; 4-H Club I; Library Club III; SCA Council III; Cavalier Staff IV-- Business Mgr. ; Science Club IV; Chem. Asst. IV; Field Hockey IV; Girls ' Basketball Sco’ ekeeper IV. ELLEN CARY DUNN " Fuzzy " Pep Club I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I--Sec. - Treas. , II--Pres. , III—Sec. , IV: Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Basketball I, II, III, IV-- Co-Capt. ; S.C.A. Council II, IV; Office Asst. Ill; Beta II, III, IV--Pres. ; Library Club III--Sec. ; 4-H Honor Club II--Rep. , III, IV; Field Hockey IV--Co-Capt. ; Cava¬ lier Staff IV — Editor-in-Chief; Bible Club IV; Phys. Ed. Asst. IV. TERESA JUNE AMBROSE " Teresa " Band I; F.H.A. Ill; Pep Club 1,11,1V; Drama Club II, IV; Phys. Ed Asst. IV. DONALD RAY BELCH " Donald Ray " 4-H Club I, II, III, IV; Choral Club I, II, III, IV; Pep Club IV; Forensics III, IV; Cross Country Team II; Regional Chorus I, II; Bible Club IV—Pres.; Science Club IV; Drama Club III, IV; Debate IV. CHARLOTTE CHRISTINE BLEDSOE " Charlotte " F.H.A. I, II, III, IV—Pres. , Federation Vice-Pres.; Drama Club II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I, II, III; Cava¬ lier Staff IV--Picture Editor; Library Club III--Reporter; Track Statistician I, II, III; Girls ' Basketball Team IV--Manager; Field Hockey IV; S.C.A. Council IV; Phys. Ed. Asst. IV; Holly Ball Queen IV. KAREN SUE BOND " Karen " J.V. Cheerleader I, II; Varsity Cheerleader III, IV—Capt. ; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I--Vice-Pres. , II,III--Song Leader, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Phys. Ed. Asst. III,IV; Track I; S . C . A . Council IV--Rep.; Class Vice-Pres. I; Class Sec. II, IV; Field Hockey IV. LEON ALONZO BOYD " Leon " Varsity Football II, III; J.V. Basketball II; Varsity Basketball III; Baseball II; Track III; Pep Club III; Choral Club II, III; Band IV; F.F.A . II. ROSE MARIE BROWN " Rose Marie " Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Choral Club II, III, IV; 4-H Club I; Office Asst. IV; Drama Club II; Homecoming Attendant I. WALDEN DECATUR CARMINE, JR . " Walden " 4-H Club I, II, III, IV. HERBERT FRANKLIN CLEMENTS " Frankie " 4-H Club I, II; Pep Club II, III, IV; Drama Club IV. 25 THOMAS WAYNE COATES " Wayne " Track 111,1V; Pep Club III. NILA FAYE CROWDER " Faye " 4-H Club I; Pep Club I; F.H.A. I; Drama III, IV; Choral Club II; Bible Club IV. JOE LIN WOOD DAVIS, JR. " Joe " Pep Club I. GREGORY NELSON DONNER " Greg " F .F. A . I; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Interact Club III, IV; J.V. Football I; Track I, II, III, IV; Drama Club II, III, IV—Pres. ; S.C.A. Council III, IV; Varsity Football IV; Debate Club III. DONNA LOUISE DOWLING " Donna " Basketball II, III, IV; Beta Club II, III, IV — Federation Treas.; S.C.A. Council IV; Pep Club II, III, IV—Sec. ; Homecoming Maid of Honor IV; Girls ' State III; Choral Club IV; Phys. Ed. Asst. IV; Cavalier Staff IV--Layout Editor. BETTY CAROL DUTTON " Betty " Pep Club I,II, IV; F.H.A. I, II; Choral Club III. I, II; 4-H Club BRENDA LEE DUTTON " Brenda " Choral Club I, II, III, IV; F.H.A. I, II, III, IV—Treas. ; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Drama IV; Forensics I, III; Regional Chorus II; Beta Club III, IV; Bible Club IV. WILLIAM EARL DUTTON " Billy " F.F.A. I, II, III,IV—Pres.; Baseball III. 26 ROBERT ORMOND FITCHETT " Fitch " Baseball I, II, IV; Drama Club IV; Bible Club IV; Band IV; Forensics III; Pep Club IV. FFOYD CORNELIOUS FOSTER " Floyd " Varsity Football IV; Varsity Basketball IV; Baseball IV. JOYCE HUDGINS FOSTER " Joyce " Drama Club IV; Bible Club IV. JAMES FRANCIS GARRETT " Jimmy " Drama Club III, IV; Bible Club IV; Foren¬ sics IV. MARTHA JEAN GARRETT " Jean " Choral Club IV; Pep Club III, IV; F.H.A. I, III, IV; 4-H Club II, III, IV; Drama Club IV; Bible Club IV. SANDRA FAY GREENE " Sandra " F.H.A. I, II; Bible Club IV; 4-H Club I. SAINT GEORGE GWYN, JR. " Saint " F.F.A. I, II, III, IV; Pep Club I; Bible Club IV. SYLVIA DIANNE HALL " Dianne " Pep Club I, II, III, IV; F.H.A. I, II, III; Bible Club IV. 27 w wi e« EVELYN DALE HANDLEY " Dale " 4-H Club I, II, III, IV; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Drill Team I, II, III, IV; Class Treas. I; Choral Club I; Bas¬ ketball II, III, IV; Track Scorekeeper III, IV; Phys. Ed. Asst. Ill, IV; Bible Club IV; F.H.A. IV. MARY GALE HANDLEY " Gale " 4-H Club I, II, III, IV--Treas.; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV—Treas. ; Class Sec. I; J.V. Cheerleader I; Varsity Cheerleader III; Phys. Ed. Asst. Ill, IV; F.H.A. IV —Holly Ball Maid of Honor; Choral Club I, IV. DANIEL CRAIG HAWKINS, JR. " Craig " 4-H Club I, II, III, IV; Science Club III, IV --Pari.; Drama Club II, III; Library Club IV; Forensics III, IV. DAVID ALLEN HAYDEN " Dave " J.V. Football 1; J.V. Basketball I, II; Baseball I; Varsity Football II, III, IV—Co- Capt.; Varsity Basketball III, IV—Co-Capt. ; Track II; Pep Club II, III, IV; 4-H Club III, IV—Rep.; S.C.A. Council III, IV; Class Treas. Ill, IV. ETHEL JOYCE HAYNES " Ethel " Pep Club I, IV; Beta Club III, IV; Majorette IV; Library Club IV. IVAN ADDISON HAZARD " Ivan " Basketball IV. SAMUEL THOMAS HILLIARD, JR. " Sammy " J.V. Football I; Varsity Football II, III, IV; J.V. Basketball II; Varsity Basketball III, IV; Track I; 4-H Club I, II. SHARON CABOT HOGGE " Sherry " Choral Club I; Majorette II; Pep Club I, II, IV; F.H.A. II; Drama Club II, IV; Bible Club IV; Basketball III, IV; Phys. Ed. Asst. Ill, IV. 28 CAROLYN MAE HOUK " Carol " Drama Club 111,1V; Pep Club III, IV; Cho¬ ral Club III, IV. LULA ANN HOWARD " Ann " FHA I, II, III; Drill Team III, IV; Pep Club I, III, IV; Bible Club IV; 4-H Club I; Drama Club II. LINDA LOU HUDGINS " Linda " Pep Club II, III; 4-H Club I, II, III; Choral Club II, III; Drama Club II, III, IV; F.H.A. Ill, IV. DAVID LEE HUSSEY " David " 4-H Club I; Pep Club II, III, IV; Bible Club IV; Drama Club I. MICHAEL BAILEY HUTCHESON " Mike " Band I, II, III, IV; Drama Club IV; S.C.A. Broadcasting Committee IV; Forensics IV; Interact Club IV. VIRGINIA ANN HYPES " Virginia Ann " Choral Club I, II; Pep Club I, IV; Library Club IV—Sec; Cavalier Staff IV--Ad- vertising Mgr. RALPH WESLEY JENKINS " Ralph " Bible Club IV. RANDY ANDREW JENKINS " Jinks " Band I, II, III, IV; Dance Band II, III, IV; Track I, II, III, IV; Science Club III, IV; Drama Club II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, HI, IV; 4-H Club I. 29 ROBERT THOMAS JOHNSON " Tom " J. V. Football I; Pep Club III; Bible Club IV; Track III. ROY STUART JOHNSON, JR. " Butch " ESTHER LEE JONES " Esther " Library Club IV. ROBERT TAYLOR KIMSEY " Kimsey " Varsity Football III, IV; Band I, II, IV; Pep Club IV. WILLIAM DELMOS KING, JR. " Billy " F.F.A. I, II, III—Vice-Pres. , IV-- Pres. CECILIA ANNE KIRSCHBAUM " Cecil " J. V. Cheerleader I; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Drama Club IV; Choral Club I, IV; Drill Team II, III, IV—Capt. ; 4-H Club II; Library Club IV; Office Asst. IV. KATHRYN WALTON KIRTLEY " Kappy " Basketball Team I, II, III, IV—Co-Capt. ; 4-H Club I, II; Pep Club I, II, IV; Drama Club I, IV; Field Hockey Team IV--Co- Capt.; Phys. Ed. Asst. IV. DOUGLAS GWYNN LECKEY " Doug " Interact Club IV—Board of Directors; Dukes Dispatch Staff IV. 30 RICHARD HENRY LEIGH " Bubba " GERALD LIN WOOD LEMON " Jerry " Band III, IV; Varsity Basketball IV; Base¬ ball III; Pep Club 111,1V. JOHN WESLEY LEMONS, III " Jack " Band II, III, IV; Pep Club II, III, IV; Dance Band II, III, IV; Drama Club III, IV; Bible Club IV. RAYMOND CRAIG LOVELAND " Craig " S.C.A. Council II, III--Vice-Pres . IV — Pres. ; Band I, II, III; Dance Band II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Interact Club I, II, III, IV; Science Club III, IV; 4-H Club I, II, III; Drama Club III, IV. BRYON ARVO LUOMA " Arvo " S.C.A. Council IV; Track II; J.V. Basket¬ ball II; Beta Club II, III, IV; Interact Club I, II, III—Vice-Pres. , IV; Dukes Dispatch Staff II, III, IV; Science Club III—Vice- Pres. , IV--Vice-Pres. ; Library Club IV; F.F.A. I; 4-H Club I, II, III, IV—Vice- Pres. ; Pep Club III, IV. LARRY DARNELL MARBLE " Larry " Varsity Basketball IV—Co-Capt.; Varsity Football IV; Baseball IV. I ■ I r DAVIS RATCLIFFE MARSHALL " Whitey " Interact Club II, III, IV—Vice-Pres.; Dukes Dispatch Staff II, III, IV—Editor-in-Chief; Cavalier Staff IV—Sports Editor; Drama Club II, III, IV; Science Club IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV—Vice-Pres.; J.V. Football I; Varsity Football III; Boys ' Basketball Score- keeper II, III, IV; Track I, II, III, IV. HARRY LEWIS McFARLAND " Harry " Band I, II, III, IV; Dance Band II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Drama Club II, IV; Bible Club IV; 4-H Club IV. 31 ■ Sfl mm ■■imr s $ if «ii f pSi? HHH PAUL WAYNE McFARLAND " Paul " Pep Club I, II, III, IV; F.F.A. 1,11,111,1V; J.V. Football I; 4-H Club I, II; Library Club III; Drama Club III, IV. JOHN RONALD MOORE ' 1 R onnie " 4-H Club I, II, III, IV; Track III; Golf II; J.V. Basketball Mgr. I; Band I, II, III; Dance Band II, III; Choral Club IV; Pep Club I, II. JANET MARION MUELLER " Jan " F.H.A. I; Pep Club IV; 4-H Club IV; Library Club IV. ALEC JAMES NUTTALL " Alec " Drama Club III; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; F.F.A. I, II, III—Sec. BETSY JANE OWENS " Betsy " EDITH ANN PERRIN " Edith " Choral Club II, III, IV. OWEN STANTON PETERS " Owen " Choral Club I, II, III; Science Club III, IV; Drama Club III, IV; J.V. Basketball II; J.V. Football I, II—Mgr. ; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I; Bible Club IV; Forensics III. DONNA KAYE PITTS " Donna " Pep Club II, III, IV; Homecoming Attendant II, Homecoming Queen IV; Class Sec. Ill; Basketball III, IV; Drill Team III; Drama Club IV; Field Hockey IV; 4-H Club III. LINDA SUSAN PROCTOR " Linda " Pep Club I, II, III; Choral Club II, III; Li¬ brary Club IV; Track I. LOUIS WAYNE RILEY " Wayne " Beta Club II, III--Vice-Pres. , IV--Treas., Federation Vice-Pres.; Interact Club I, II, III--Sec. , IV--Pres.; Dukes Dispatch Staff IV; Class Pres., II; Class Rep. Ill; Pep Club II, III, IV; S.C.A. II, IV--Treas. ; Varsity Football II, III, IV; Track II, III, IV; Boys ' State III. MARY JANE ROBINS " Mary Jane " Band I, II, III—Sec. , IV—Sec. ; Choral Club IV; Beta Club II, III, IV; Science Club IV; Bible Club IV; Drama Club IV; Pep Club IV. RANAYE ROBINS " RaNaye " Band I; Choral Club IV; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I, II, III, IV--Sec. ; J.V. Cheerleader I; Var¬ sity Cheerleader II, III, IV; Field Flockey IV; Bible Club IV. ELIZABETH DIANNE ROWE " Dianne " Pep Club I,II,III,IV; F.H.A. I,II,III,IV; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Beta Club III, IV; Library Club I, II, III; Bible Club IV; Of¬ fice Asst. Ill, IV; Class Vice-Pres. II, III; S.C.A. Council II; Cavalier Staff IV — Advertising Mgr. MARY ALICE ROWE " Mary Alice " Majorette III, IV. MARY HILDA ROWE " Nookie " 4-H Club I. JAMES DONALD SEARS " Donnie " 4-H Club I, II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; J.V. Football I; Track I, II, III, IV; S.C.A. Council I, II, III, IV; Varsity Foot¬ ball II, III, IV; Class Treas. II; Class Pres. Ill, IV; Drama Club III. 33 PATRICIA ANN SEA WELL " Patsy " F.H.A. I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I, II, IV; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Forensics I, II, IV. JUDY KAY SELLERS " Judy " F.H.A. II, III, IV; Pep Club III, IV; Bible Club IV; Choral Club IV. MARY KATHERINE SEXTON " Mary " RICHARD THOMAS SHEPHERD, JR. " Tommy " J. V. Football I; Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Varsity Football II. BRENDA GAYLE SHINN " Brenda " Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Drama Club IV; Cavalier Staff--Typist; Choral Club IV. ELIZABETH ANN SIBLEY " Ann " F.H.A. I, II, III, IV —Pari.; S.C.A. Coun¬ cil IV; Library Club III, IV--Pres. ; Sci¬ ence Club IV; Beta Club II, III, IV; 4-H Club I, II —Vice -Pres. , III--Pres., IV-- Reporter: Pep Club I, II, III, IV; Bible Club IV; Cavalier Staff IV--Picture Edi¬ tor; Drama Club III, IV; 4-H Honor Club III, IV; Biology Asst. IV. JOHN FRANCIS SLAVNIK,III " Johnny " J. V. Football I. RICKY LEE SMITH " Rick " Track I; Pep Club. I, II, III. 34 WILLIAM DAVID SMITH " William " 4-H Club I; Choral Club I, II, III; Li¬ brary Club IV; Pep Club I; Drama Club IV. PATRICIA MARLENE SMOOT " Marlene " J. V. Cheerleader I--Capt. ; Pep Club I, II, 111,1V; 4-H Club I, II; Field Hockey IV; Beta Club II, III, IV—Sec. ; S.C.A. Council III; Drama Club I, II, IV; Band I; Girls ' State III; Varsity Cheerleader II, III, IV; Track I; Cavalier Staff IV-- Typist; Phys. Ed. Asst. IV. HELEN ELIZABETH STANSELL " Helen " F.H.A. IV. JACKIE LEE STERLING " Jackie " J.V. Basketball I; Band I; Varsity Bas¬ ketball III, IV; Interact Club III, IV. JANICE ELAINE STERLING " Janice " Pep Club I,II, III, IV; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Band I; Choral Club IV; Science Club III. DEBORAH HELEN STRICKLAND " Deborah " Basketball I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I, II, III; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Pep Club I, II, III, IV. Choral Club I, II. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH THORNTON " Ginny " Choral Club I,II, III, IV; Pep Club I,II, III, IV; Drama Club IV. JAMES ORAN TOWELL, JR. " Jim " J.V. Football I; Baseball I, II, III, IV; Var¬ sity Football II, III, IV—Co-Capt.; Class Vice-Pres. IV; Interact IV—Treas.; Dukes Dispatch Staff--Business Mgr. 35 BARBARA GAIL WALLER " Barbara " JAMES OWEN WALPOLE, JR. " Butch " Pep Club II; Bible Club IV. SHIRLENE LANETTE WASHER " Shirlene " 4-H Club I, II; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; Pep Club I,II, III; F.H.A. I, II, III-- Federation Sec., IV--Sec.; Majorette II, III, IV--Capt. ; Holly Ball Attendant IV. ALICE JEAN WEBB " Alice " Basketball IV. BOBBY RAY WEST " Bobby " Pep Club I; F.F. A. I. DENNIS EUGENE WEST " Dennis " Pep Club I, II, III, IV—Pres. ; Drama Club I, II, III, IV; 4-H Club I, II, III, IV; Bible Club IV; Interact Club II, III, IV. RITA JANE WILLIAMS " Rita " F.H.A. I, II; Pep Club I; 4-H Club I, II. BRENDA BERNADETTE WILSON " Brenda " Beta Club II, III, IV; Pep Club III; Drama Club III. 36 JEWEL ADELIA WILSON " Judy " Choral Club III, IV; Field Hockey IV. JAN IS GAIL WOODARD " Janis " 4-H Club II, III, IV; Beta Club III, IV— Rep. --Historian; Homecoming Attendant III; Pep Club III, IV; Drill Team III, IV; Bible Club IV; Cavalier Staff IV--Sales Mgr. ANNIE JEAN YATES " Chee Chee " Choral Club III, IV; F.H.A. Ill; Field Hockey IV; Science Club III. WILLIAM CARTER GLEYSTEEN " Bill " Bible Club IV; 4-H Club IV. Not pictured. DAVID ISHAM BELCH " David " BARNES GILBERT HOGGE, JR. " Barney " Band I, II, III, IV. WALTER KEITH NYE " Keith " Varsity Basketball IV; Bible Club IV. As the years of growth at GHS near the end for the Class of ' 68, the Seniors look from GHS to the future. Boys’ And Girls’ State Delegates Wayne Riley, Craig Loveland, Donna Dowling, Marlene Smoot. Top Ten Of ’68 SITTING: Ann Sibley (96.565), Ellen Dunn (97.84), Betty Lewis (97.91), Donna Dowling (96. 125), Mary Jane Robins (96.087). STANDING: Marlene Smoot (94-375), Wayne Riley (93.76), Keith Nye (94.68), Byron Luoma (95.68), Janis Woodard (96.00). UNDERCLASSMEN f Debbie Wilcox, reporter; Patsy Williams, secretary; Mary Jo Shackelford, president; Tommy Dutton, vice-president; James DuBose, treasurer. Junior Class Charles Barker Garry Barnette Portia Bartley Diane Blake Linda Booker Rannie Boyd Franklin Bristow Wayne Brooks Pat Buckland Gerald Burrell Larry Camechis Jerry Carmine Jan Conner Dennis Damian Vern Deal Wayne Dirle Charlie Dischinger James DuBose Debbie Dunn Tommy Dutton Wayne Fletcher Karen Flipse Glenda Forrest Beth Franklin Richard Gamache Nancy Givans Portia Goode John Green Martha Griffin Ronnie Gwyn Edith Hall Bernard Harris Gerry Harris Don Haynes Steve Healy Brenda Hogge Edwin Hogge Danny Holloman Levison Holmes Calvin Horsley 41 CHS students portray the spirit of Christmas by giving to ths S. C. White Christmas. Dennis Howard Linda Jordan Arlene Kellum Dennis Knuteson Diane Leiffer Brenda Leigh Pat Lemon Bruce Livingston Ruth Luoma Dennis Milby Connie Moffitt Charlene Moser Elaine Newton Huey Newton Judy Nuttall Patsy Oliver Shirley Payne Richard Pettitt Steve Pointer Cynthia Rhoden Neile Rhodes Phyllis Rilee Rita Riley Chris Roebuck Janice Rowe Linda Sealy Bernard Setterholm Douglas Shackelford Joan Shackelford Mary Jo Shackelford Rose Shackelford Velinda Shackelford Linda Shiflette Billy Smith Carolyn Smith Debbie Smith Donnie Smith Frances Smith Allen Sterling Pam Strickland Sandra Taylor Ronnie Thomas Eva Tillage Cheryl Tilson Gordon Townsend Clara West Mitchell West Debbie Wilcox Patsy Williams Mike Woodson It ' s a geom-e-tree! Ronald James, reporter; Kenneth Roy, vice-president; Norma Jordan, president; Connie Eagle, secretary; Wade Lewis, treasurer. Sophomore Class Donald Abernathy Bobby Adams Pam Arehart Jimmy Ashe Brad Atkins David Berry Frendessa Berry Edmond Bledsoe David Bond Gary Bowman Mona Brewer Grace Brooks Claudia Brown Jesse Brown Randy Brown Larry Bunting Paula Burcher Charlene Burrell William Burrell Teresa Carmine Arthur Carr La Vern Catlett Mildred Childress Jo Ann Clements Carolyn Coates Virginia Corbin Barbara Cox Margaret Cox Paul Custis Warren Deal It ' s a happy exciting day when the Senior portraits arrive. Connie Eagle Gail Emerson Charles Emory Carole Fanning Mary Fary Carole Feild David Galloway Diane Hall Rose Marie Hall Ronnie Harris Eloise Harwood Cindy Haskell Danny Hatch Carey Haus Rodney Hayes Gwen Jones Norma Jordan William Jordan Ricky Keener Virginia Keeton Charles Kerns, J Robert King Gray Kirtley Brenda Kounse 16 r. Debbie Haywood Debbie Healy Vernon H end ley David Hess Annette Hicks Preston Higgins Scarlet Hilliard Jay Hodges Sharon Hoell Deborah Hogge Jo Ann Hogge Joyce Hogge Martha Hogge Nathan Hogge Louise Horsley Marsha Horsley Myra Horsley Elijah Howard Jerry Howlett Ronald James Bruce Jenkins Randolph Jenkins Richard Jenkins Sheila Jenkins Jenny Johnston Why the evil eye, Charlene ? Scot Lanciano John Laws Ronald Laws Bernard Leiffer Wonza Leigh Launa Lemon It ' s a tired group between games at the field hockey tournaments. _ t Marti Lewis Susan Lewis Wade Lewis Gayle Linthicum Larry Maples Sherman Marble Van Markham Mary Marshall Mike Mathews Allen May Rudy McDaniel Yvonne McElligott Frederick Mezger Donald Milby Bruce Milroy Cindy Moffitt Lynette Moser E. W. Motley Vickie Motley Keith Mueller Rita Newbill Louise Nuttall Dale Oliver Mike Peacher Della Pointer Deborah Rhea Jerry Rich Viola Richardson David Rigau Nancy Rigau Barbara Rowe Cindy Rowe Kenneth Roy Sharon Shackelford Brenda Shepherd Pete Shepherd Brent Simmons Harvey Slavnik Bill Smith Debora Smith Gary Smith Karen Smith Suzanne Smoot Bonnie Soles Frances Sterling Lydia Sterling Karen Sweeney Linda Templeman Richard Trevilian Willie Walker Gloria Walton Michael Ward Eugene Washer Wayne West Donna Wilson Debbie Wooten i Floyd Foster brings the ball up the court for the Dukes. Larry Arrington Linda Belvin Myron Belvin Maxine Berry Agnes Bledsoe Jerry Bohannon Gary Bond John Bond Helen Booker Wayne Brooks Diane Bradford Beth Brown Gloria Brown Irvin Brown Patty Brown Richard Brumfield Susan Buck Gloria Buckland --oo i i-7 - -----7 I- J Freshman Class David Hayden reigns as Mr. Football. Mike Dalton Kevin Damian Jean Darnell Linda DeBolt Jimmy Denton Martha Dischinger Diane Dunn Edmund Dunn Adelaide Dutton Richard Dutton Julia Edwards Janice Erman Melinda Fanning Billye Fary Danny Fary Joe Fary Linda Fields Anita Fletcher William Fletcher Nancy Forrest Bronwyn Foster Rex Gaddy Sylvia Galloway Carey Gant Billy Goode Shelley Grant Wayne Grant Rodger Green Rose Mary Green Sam Greene Charlotte Harless Stewart Harris Debbie Haywood Dewayne Haywood Frank Haywood Billy Healy Students view old types of U. S. currency at the Federal Reserve Bank. Brenda Hey wood Betty Hicks Billy Hogge Carol Hogge Ronald Hogge Myra Holmes Anita Horsley Debbie Horsley Janice Horsley Donna Jenkins Freddie Jenkins Nina Jenkins Rose Keeton Jean Kellum Joy Leigh Kathy Luoma Edward Maples Daniel Marsh Jo Ann Marshall Philip Marshall Raymond Jenkins Rita Jenkins Valerie Jessen Gene Jessie Larry Johnson Suzanne Jordan Nancy Moore Lynn Mowry Janet Moyer Debra Myers Now really, Ann! ?! _Myrtie Nnlmy John Norcross Douglas Oliver Esther Ottarson Carolyn Owens Mitchell Owens Ricky Owens Virginia Owens James Perrin Leon Perrin Michael Perrin Lucille Persinger Marsha Poland Ann Powell Thomas Rainier Maria Rigau Earl Robins Marie Robins I The table is turned on the camera fi end. Brenda Rowe Eddie Rowe Gaun Rowe Judy Rowe Betty Rust Debbie Seawell Linda Seawell Richard Setterholm Andrew Sexton Glyde Smith Ronnie Smith Wayne Smith Shirley Strickland Roy Tabb Yvonne Taliaferro Pam Townsend Evan Van Leeuwen Grace Via Charles Walton Dennis Walton Betty Ward Ricky Ward Martha West Mickey West Natalie Whitcomb Cynthia Wichman Betty Wilkinson Bob Williams Clifton Williams David Williams Douglas Williams Jannis Wilson Ronnie Wilson Duncan Wood Paul Wright Marta Wroten Alice Cottingham, treasurer; Robin Edwards, reporter; Peggy Stansell, secretary; Chucky Ashe, vice-president; Marcia Handley, president. Eighth Grade Class I Johnny A It emus Chucky Ashe Andrea Ayers Debby Battisto Floyd Bedsole Laura Bell Terry Bell Larry Bennett Howard Berry Susan Berry Douglas Bond Jean Bradley Cathie Bridges Joey Brown Kenneth Brown Lee Brown Brenda Brumfield Nancy Buck Joe Calloway Rodger Carmine Carroll Carter Gilbert Carter Dana Carver Lehman Catlett Judy Chenault Donnie Clements J. D. Clements Brenda Coates I ' Come on, Miss Wiatt, you can do one more sit-up! Brenda Horsley Nelson Horsley David Hudgins Estelle Hudgins Je an Marie Hudgins Susan Hussey Betty Hypes Barbara Jenkins Ricky Jenkins Ruth Jenkins Andrew Cochran Gene Conner Wanda Cooper Alice Cottingham Billy Cox Ronald Craft Robert Crewe Lois Crews Jerry Crowder Carrol De Mille Mike Dovel Terry Eagle Bill Earhart Robin Edwards Karen Far inholt Kenneth Fary Doug Fitchett Lyle Foster Mall Fraser Rosemary Gant Bethany Geddings Tommy Givans Freddie Goode Mike Gray Ross Gray Douglas Green Sherwin Green Sandra Greene Suzanne Greene Donna Grigelis James Hall Jimmy Hall Patty Hall Rodney Hall Thomas Hall Marcia Handley Bobby Harris Carolyn Haynes Phillip Haywood Linda Hey wood Paula Heywood Wendy Heywood George Hodges Debbie Hogge Edward Hogge Janet Hogge Kay Hogge 54 I Diane Kellum Nancy Kellum Ricky Knuteson John Kutch Tim Lawrence Bruce Leigh Kathy Leigh Angela Lett Jane Lewis Ricky Lewis David Livingston Patricia Maples Moments in the classroom. Leonard Marble Jerry Marshall Johnny Matous Albert Mattson Brenda McKinney Warren Milby Jimmy Miller David Milroy Jim Morgan Tom Mosca Janice Myers Diane Newton Larry Oliver Wayne Owens Albert Parkes John Perrin Brenda Peruzutto Liz Petty Donnie Poland Chris Post Belinda Powell Linda Powell Denise Rainier Deborah Reed Edward Reed Larry Reid Danny Rigau Carrol Rilee Janet Rilee Martha Riley Barbara Roane Danny Rogers Harry Rogers Cleveland Rowe Debora Rowe Mary Jane Royals 55 Mr. Miner is mighty thirsty after the Senior-Faculty basketball game. Frankie Rowe Linda Rowe Lynn Rowe Walter Rowe Woody Rowe Gilbert Sealy Elaine Sears Marcia Sears Debra A. Shackelford Debra E. Shackelford Sandra Shackelford M- B. Sheppard Seconds before a big tournament game in gym class. Debbie Sibley Cynthia Smith Dinah Smith Sue Smith Peggy Stansell Dennis Sterling Jackie Sterling Rebecca Stubblefield Rosette Tab Mike Teagle Audrey Tillage Dickey Tillage Doris Tillage Gloria Tillage Biology class on a field trip aboard a VIMS ' s boat. Esther Oliver Janet Vaught Sharon Washington Cora West Dennis West Dickie West Donna West Janet West Susan West Mike Wilson Nancy Del Wood Nancy Woods Peggy Woods Jerry Woodson Wanda Worley Gary Wright Mark Wright S.C.A. Officers a Van Markham, parliamentarian; Jan Conner, secre¬ tary; Rannie Boyd, vice-president; Craig Loveland, president; Karen Bond, reporter; Wayne Riley, treasurer. I S.C.A. Council The S.C.A. strives to promote inter¬ est, leadership, understanding, and honor throughout the student body. This year the S.C.A. again had a weekly broadcast over WDDY, sponsored music in the lunch blocks, published a student handbook and formed an Interclub Coun¬ cil. In February, the campaigns and elections were held and later an installa¬ tion program was held. . “ f [MM. v) 7 U|gy The Beta Club is composed of sopho¬ mores, juniors, and seniors who portray the qualities of leadership, outstanding character, and academic achievement. Among the varied activities the club par¬ ticipated in, this year, it sponsored Ruth Luoma for state office at the 1968 Vir¬ ginia Beta Convention held in Roanoke, and it sponsored the May banquet Federa¬ tion meeting. Its members also wrote to alumni keeping them informed of G.H.S. happenings, and the Club presented its annual scholarship to a Beta senior. Beta Officers Janis Woodard, reporter; Marlene Smoot, secretary; Ellen Cary Dunn, president; Mary Jo Shackelford, vice-president; Wayne Riley, treasurer. Beta Club 1968 Cavalier Staff i i I i SITTING: Mary Jane Robins, art edi¬ tor; Janis Woodard, sales manager; Ellen Dunn, editor-in-chief; Marlene Smoot, typist; Brenda Shinn, typist; STANDING: Virginia Hypes, advertis¬ ing manager; Betty Lewis, business manager; Mrs. Treakle, adviser; Ann Sibley, picture editor; Diane Rowe, advertising manager; Owens Peters, advertising manager; Charlotte Bledsoe, picture editor; and Donna Dowling, lay-out editor. Not pictured: Davis Marshall, sports editor. Mrs. Treakle Cavalier Staff visits work shop in Richmond. Interact Club Dukes Dispatch Staff Davis Marshall, editor-in-chief The Interact Club ' s motto is " Service before self. " The Club has carried this out during the year through various pic projects. The " Dukes Dispatch " was lengthened during its second successful year, and as its international project, the Club became the foster parent of a Greek orphan. The officers are Wayne Riley, president; Davis Marshall, vice- president; Huey Newton, secretary; Jim Towell, Treasurer; Col. Fuller, ad¬ visor . ( Drama Club The Drama Club broke its own record for membership this year with two hun.- dred members. The club began the year with high goals. Its main objective was to buy more equipment. The first proj¬ ect was a baby contest. Forty eight baby beauties paraded across the stage and brought in a record earning of almost $600, making it possible to purchase the long needed spot lights. The first play of the season, " Hessie of the Hills, ” was presented on December 14. This play involved more members of the Club than any performance in G.H.S. history. Following closely on the heels of this play, the Drama Club, in conjunction with the Bible Club, presented the Christ mas play " He Who Walks in Love. " The big play of the year came in March. It was the Broadway hit, " The Man who came to Dinner, " starring Elaine Newton and Greg Donner. The Drama Club also played host to the District Play Festival on March 9 and presented its own one act play " Still Stands the House. " This year ' s officers were; Greg Donner, pres ident; Norma Jordan, vice-president; Elaine Newton, treasurer; Connie Eagle, secretary; Pat Lemon, reporter. Carolyn Sibley and Sharon Hoell in the nativity scene I from the play, " He Who Walks in Love. " Mike Hutcheson makes up Bob Fitchett for his part in " Hessie of the Hills. " 62 D. Rowe, C- Kirschbaum, C- Houk, M. Griffin, E. Hall, G. McNichols, secretary; L. Fary, D. Holmes, secretary; R. Brown- Office Assistants The officers are: Ann Sibley, president; Diane Leif- fer, vice-president; Virginia Hypes, secretary; Linda Proctor, treasurer; Patsy Oliver, reporter; Mrs. Fary, advisor. The Library Club ' s overall objective is to promote interest and understanding of our library ' s facilities both to stu¬ dents and faculty members. This year the club observed National Book Week by reviewing books in the classroom and sponsoring a tea for the faculty. The club has also worked on several library improvement projects. Library Club Senior 4-H Club David Hayden, reporter; Byron Luoma, vice-president; Gale Handley, treasurer; Ra Naye Robins, secretary; Wayne Fletcher, president, not pictured. Junior 4-H Club Debbie Smith, treasurer; Diane Sears, secretary; Debbie Healy, president; Grey Kirtley, vice- president. Eighth Grade 4-H Club Marcia Handley, vice-president; Cynthia Smith, president; Kathy Leigh, secretary-reporter; Lynn Rowe, treasurer Bible Club This year G.H.S. Science Club par¬ ticipated in the Virginia Junior Academy of Science held in Roanoke and the Sci¬ ence Fiction Short Story contest spon¬ sored by the club. A field trip was taken by the group, and an Appropriations Committee was also set up to aid any member needing money for research on his annual project. The officers are: Van Markham, president; Byron Luoma, vice-president; Ruth Luoma, secretary; Tommy Dutton, treasurer; Graig Haw¬ kins, parliamentarian; and Mr. Bald¬ win, adviser. The Bible Club is the newest organi¬ zation at G.H.S. composed of over 200 students who are genuinely interested in emphasizing Christian ideals in school life. This year the club in con¬ junction with Drama Club presented a Christmas play, " He Who Walks in Love”, to the school and general public. It also started a Christian Library in study hall and formed a Bible Club Chorale consisting of 16 select voices. The officers are: Donald Belch, presi¬ dent; Sheila Jenkins, 1st vice-president; Brenda Belch, 2nd vice-president; David Belch, reporter; Grace Via, treasurer; Mr. Robins, adviser. Science Club I The membership of the F.F.A. grew to 58 members this year. As one of their proj¬ ects they distributed two Christmas baskets to needy families. They sent a represen¬ tative to the National F.F.A. Convention in Kansas City and sponsored three boys to the State Convention in Blacksburg. They entered six Federation Contests and took several first places. F.F.A. Officers Sam Greene, sentinel; Douglas Oliver, secretary; Bernard Leiffer, president; Evan Van Leeuwen, vice-president; Billy Dutton, reporter; Dennis Walton, treasurer; Mr. Argabright, adviser. Future Farmers Of America F.H.A. Officers Ann Sibley, parliamentarian; Shirlene Washer, re¬ cording secretary; Suzanne Smoot, vice -president; Charlotte Bledsoe, president; Brenda Dutton, trea¬ surer; Rita Jenkins, corresponding secretary; Linda DeBolt, historian; Marie Rigau, reporter. The project of the GHS Chapter this year was " Morals and Manners Matter. " The Holly Ball, the major money making project and goal, was presented on December 22. The theme was " A Christmas Memory. " The officers have been greatly encouraged by the growth in membership and interest in FHA during the past year. Future Homemakers of America Choral Club Membership in the Choral Club reached an all time high of 118 members this year. Under the direction of Mr. Stuart Conner, the club provided musical entertainment at various concerts for the student body and the public. m ftj I J Jg_ ' ' f 1 M ■ M Tc - - ' - ' v ’ ■ aV 1 This year ' s Pep Club was the largest one in the history of G.H.S. The members of the Pep Club p ro¬ vided the pep and spirit that spurred our teams on to victory. The officers for this year were: Dennis West, president; Whitey Marshall, vice- president; Donna Dowling, secretary; and Gale Handley, treasurer. Pep Club 1 » Band There were 80 members in the Gloucester High School Band this year. The band performed in concerts and marched in parades . They won first place in the Urbanna Oyster Festival Parade and received third place honors at the Southeastern Band Festival in Bristol. The band has helped lead school spirit by playing at pep ral¬ lies and football games. Band Officers Mary Jane Robins, secretary; Donnie Smith, treasurer; Patsy Oliver, drum major; Kenneth Roy, reporter; Harry McFarland, president. jf ' jf € ih L .... B 9 The Dance Band was formed to of¬ fer a different type of musical ex¬ perience to those students whose in¬ terests lay in the field of popular and jazz music. The band has played at concerts and for small, private groups. Dance Band Mary Alice Rowe, Donna Jenkins, Ethel Haynes, Valerie Jessen, Rose Mary Green. HEAD MAJORETTE: Shirlene Washer. Majorettes The Majorettes and Drill Team marched with the band. They per¬ formed many interesting routines during the band ' s half-time shows. Drill Team CAPTAIN: Cecelia Kirschbaum iff s siikfe f TT " » ' B : ■ $S. J ' ll in H i i ■ 1 til 1 SITTING: Rose Mary Shackelford, Junior attendant; Donna Pitts, Queen; Donna Dowling, Maid of Honor. STANDING: Diane Sears, Sophomore attendant; Kathy Luoma, Freshman attendant; and Lynn Rowe, Eighth Grade attendant. Homecoming Court Co-captains crown Donna Pitts Homecoming Queen. 74 Wonza Leigh, Sophomore attendant; Mary Jo Shackelford, Junior attendant; Shirlene Washer, Senior attendant; Charlotte Bledsoe, Queen; Gale Handley, Maid of Honor; Maria Rigau, Freshman attendant; Kathy Leigh, Eighth Grade attendant. Holly Ball Court Happy couple at the Holly Ball. Powder-Puff Football ABOVE: Jim Towell is pinned Mr. Powder-Puff by Karen Bond UPPER RIGHT: The Junior cheerleaders are up in the air with spirit. RIGHT: The well- made Senior cheerleaders strike a pose. Seniors Vs. Faculty Basketball Game 76 Dale Handley and Donnie Sears, most athletic; Ellen Dunn and Byron Luoma, most intellectual; Ricky Smith and Donna Pitts, cutest. “Who’s Who” Jerry Lemon and Kappy Kirtley, wittiest; Ginny Thornton and Dennis West, most dependable; Ann Howard and Wayne Coates, quietest; Donna Dowling and Craig Loveland, most likely to succeed. Marlene Smoot and Doug Leckey, most courteous; Jim Towell and Karen Bond, personality plus; Ra Naye Robins and David Hussey, most talented. Streamer by streamer the prom takes shape. Hard at work shaping a success. “Three Coins In The Fountain” Junior-Senior Prom 1967 Above--Low lights, soft music, and the beautiful fountain set the mood. Upper right--Through the ancient ruins, over the bridge, and into a garden paradise. Right--Freddie Hall and Martha Flipse king and queen of the 1967 Prom. Compliments of SMITH ' S FLORIST Gloucester, Va. OF tfc. | B 1 Left--Rose, who has Freddy ' s attention? FRONT ROW: L. Marble, G. Donner, D. Sears, D. Hayden, Co-Captain, J. Towell, co-captain; S. Hilliard, R. Kimsey, F. Foster, W. Riley. SECOND ROW: D. Damian, C. Dischinger, A. Sterling, C. Barker, T. Dutton, D. Holloman, P. Lemon, E. Bledsoe, C. DuBose THIRD ROW: K. Mueller, R. McDaniel, W. Walker, R. Keener, J. Hewlett, D. Bond, B. Jenkins, E. Motley, P. Custis, B. Adkins FOURTH ROW: M. Rowe, mgr.; S. Marble, mgr.; L. Boyd, mgr.; J. Green, mgr.; R. Laws, J. Laws FIFTH ROW: R. Gentry, asst, coach; K. Brown, head coach; D. Mullins, asst, coach. Varsity Football Team RECORD 6-3 Windsor 19-0 Southampton 39-0 James Blair 47-6 John Yeates W 31-6 Northampton W 26-0 Powhatan W 7-6 Poquoson W 21-0 Smithfield W 19-12 Mathews W 33-9 80 Senior Players Jim Towell Three years--Center David Hayden Three years--Quarterback Donnie Sears Three years--Tailback Sammy Hilliard Three years--Tight End Wayne Riley Two years--Split End Robert Kimsey Two years--Guard Larry Marble One year--Halfback Floyd Foster One year--Fullback Greg Donner One year--Guard KNEELING: Coach Coley, L. Marble, co-captain; David Hayden, co-captain; L. Boyd, mgr. STANDING: F. Foster, J. Lemon, J. Sterling, B. Harris, W. Dirle, S. Hilliard, I. Hazard, A. Sterling, M. Peacher, M. West, W. Lewis, D. Holloman, B. Jenkins. Not pictured: Keith Nye. Varsity Basketball Team RECORD 6-12 Northampton Mathews Southampton Franklin Poquoson John Yeates Suffolk West Point Smithfield Mathews Waverly John Yeates Poquoson Windsor Stony Creek Forest Glen Smithfield West Point 30 - 46 L 47 - 48 L 45 - 57 L 33 - 44 L w 58 - 40 25 - 58 L 50 - 73 L 49 - 68 L 42 - 52 L 39 - 61 L w 64 - 47 w 57 - 54 41 - 44 L w 50 - 47 w 94 - 64 w 54 - 51 44 - 65 L 65 - 70 L 82 Senior Players David Hayden two years--Forward Sammy Hilliard two years--Center Jackie Sterling two years--Forward Larry Marble one year--Forward Floyd Foster one year--Guard Jerry Lemon one year--Guard Ivan Hazard one year--Center Not pictured-- Keith Nye one year--Center Coach Coley with Co- Captains Marble and Hayden. 83 . Wmm FRONT ROW: E. Dunn, co-captain; K. Kirtley, co-captain. SECOND ROW: S. Hogge, D. Dowling D. Strick¬ land, D. Handley, A. Webb, D. Pitts. THIRD ROW: P. Oliver, K. Flipse. FOURTH ROW: C. Bledsoe, mgr; Coach Wiatt, B. Lewis, scorekeeper. FIFTH ROW: C. Burrell, L. Catlett, F. Sterling, S. Hilliard, G. Kirtley, R. Hall. SIXTH ROW: A. Bledsoe, V. Jessen. Girls’ Basketball Team RECORD 8-5 Mathews Poquoson John Yeates. Smithfield James Blair Waverly John Yeates Poquoson James Blair Stony Creek Churchland York Churchland w 43 - 39 w 34 - 23 w 33 - 21 30 - 31 L w 35 - 25 25 - 26 L w 37 - 11 w 48 - 22 23 - 25 L w 40 - 29 16 - 32 L w 36 - 23 24 - 28 L 84 Senior Players Kappy Kirtley four years--Forward Ellen Dunn four years--Rover Deborah Strickland four years--Guard Donna Dowling three years--Guard Dale Handley three years - -Forward Sherry Hogge two years--Rover I Donna Pitts two years--Forward Alice Webb one year--Forward 85 Co-Captains Dunn and Kirtley with Coach Wiatt. KNEELING: G. Kirtley, M. Smoot, M. Wroten, E. Dunn, co-captain; K. Kirtley, co-captain; K, Bond, R. Robins, D. Pitts, R. Shackelford. STANDING: M. Holmes, G. Via, F. Smith, P. Carmine, B. Lewis, S. Smoot, M. Shackelford, M. Horsley, G. Emerson, Coach Hill. Field Hockey Team Senior Trackmen FRONT ROW: Randy Jenkins, three years; Whitey Marshall, four years. SECOND ROW: Donnie Sears, four years; Leon Boyd, one year; Greg Donner, four years; Wayne Riley, three years. THIRD ROW: Coach Mullins. •mmm J. V. Basketball RECORD 3-3 J. V. Football RECORD 8-4 KNEELING: S. Marble, E. Robins, L. Catlett, R. Trcvilian, E. Howard, L. Arrington, D. Bond, P. Custis, STANDING: Coach Mullins, D. Crockett, C. Emory, D. Hatch, D. Jenkins, P. Shepherd, R. Tabb, M, Donner, J. Ashe, E. Washer, FRONT ROW: Coach Ward, P. Marshall, D, Williams, F, Jenkins, D, Oliver, co-captain; S. Harris, co-cap¬ tain; D. Williams, B. Hogge, C. Gant, Head Coach Coley. SECOND ROW: J. Norcross; F, Newby, L. Perrin, L. Arrington, D. Crockett, E. Maples, E. Robins, R, Hogge. THIRD ROW: M. Perrin, E. Dunn, R. Tabb, C. Carter, B. Foster, K. Sinclair, M. Carr, J. Altemus. FOURTH ROW: D. Bond, J. Carver, G. Hodges, L. Catlett, W. Rowe, G. Sealey, L. Marble, K. Hogge, C. Ashe. 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GLOUCESTER, VA. 23061 RIGAU CONCRETE WORKS VILLAGE BEAUTY SHOP Septic Tanks Well Curving—Drain Tile Gloucester, Virginia Bridge Pipe . James L. Rigau Gloucester, Va . Phone: 693-3036 GARDNER ' S SHOE REPAIR SHOP Gloucester, Virginia RILEE ' S BARBER SHOP Shoes Repaired While You Wait Edgehill Shopping Center Zippers Installed In Jackets Gloucester, Virginia 98 COMPLIMENTS OF PLAZA PHARMACY, INC. HAYES PLAZA HAYES, VIRGINIA SEE US FOR: ENGLISH LEATHER TOILETRIES MAX FACTOR BRITISH STERLING JADE EAST REVLON HELENA RUBINSTEIN FOUNTAIN SERVICE 99 BELVIN’S TEXACO Rt. 17 HAYES, VIRGINIA LINWOODT. BELVIN, OWNER 24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE RES. PHONE: 642-4297 PHONE: 642-2953 100 Haywood’s Seafoods Dealer in Selected Seafoods Fresh and Frozen Fish Fresh Oysters Ocean Breeze Brand Oysters Phones: Business 642-4300 Home 642-4305 BOX 8, HAYES, VIRGINIA 23032 COMPLIMENTS OF Hogg’s Oyster Co. PHONE: 642-3400 Compliments of WEST ' S BARBER SHOP C. L. WILLIAMS Hayes Plaza General Merchandise Hayes, Virginia Maryus, Virginia 101 Carmine Builders, Inc. P.O. BOX 308 W. D. CARMINE GENERAL CONTRACTORS GLOUCESTER POINT, VIRGINIA D. B. DEBOLT PHONE: 642-4689 Mike’s Tire and Recapping Service Atlantic Gasoline—Delta Tires Phone 642-2980 GLOUCESTER AUTO SUPPLY Phone 642-2177 Wholesale Auto Suppl ies Gloucester Point, Virginia J. F. SLAVNIK, PROPRIETOR COMPLIMENTS OF Hayes Plaza Shopping Cent er 0 Cl p t " ou i n. - Karen Bond R a. ja_ e RoLin: 0 etu Ft a n k U Jo a. r- S K O. C. ke. I ko-cj C on ru e E Qlc e Ma-“c|eae 5 mo J k F i st i oeiouck R o ema.-r K) koa cV;e W-vA N o r m cl. Jo X n Q e Ave V ecx y 0 a pT a. i o Vjjr P a.TT 6 To f ' A (XT S Ra P o l a. vn c F » n d kJ t k mour Linda. DcBo t Rif a. T e- r k ' n s P a m Town sen cl r E e a J S M ar c a. H a n d I 7 C Sj nT V cl. S m » t k 103 " A World Of Fashion . . is ' our when you shop Virginia ' s finest and most exciting fashion store . . . Miller Rhoads. Known for its ' quality merchandise, famous brand names, fine service. Make it your fashion shopping center. M R Newmarket Shopping Center Newport News, Virginia Newmarket Shopping Center Hodges Bryant, Inc. Plumbing and Heating R.C.A. Whirlpool Appliance Oil Burner Service Wayne Pumps Gloucester, Virginia Phone: 693-2102 104 Compl iments of HARRIS’S GARAGE HAYES, VIRGINIA 24 HR. WRECKING SERVICE PHONE: DAY 642-2440 NIGHT 642-2571 Automotive and Marine Repair Compliments of GLOUCESTER POINT ESSO Official State Inspections U. S. Route 17 Servicecenter Phone 642-2171 FRED H. STRATTON Gloucester Point L tv £ 7 642-2722 FORMALS FOR RENT 5k 0 7 Feed--Seed-Ferti I izer Farm and Building Supplies SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE, INC. GLOUCESTER SERVICE Edgehill Shopping Center Gloucester, Virginia 693-3411 Compliments of BRUCE AND GORDON SMITH 105 HARRY WARD Esso Gas Oil Sandwiches TOWN AND COUNTRY BEAUTY SHOP Wicomico, Virginia 642-4417 Hayes, Virginia Compl iments of VILLAGE JEWELRY COMPANY LUCILLE ' S BEAUTY SALON Jewelers—Goldsmiths Gloucester Point 642-2052 Gloucester, Virginia OX 3-3470 Compl iments of J. C. EDWARDS VARIETY GLOUCESTER BARGAIN HOUSE 5p to $5.00 Gloucester, Virginia Distributor for Mary Carter Paints Gloucester, Virginia CONNIE ' S BEAUTY SALON Tidemill Professional Center Hayes, Virginia 21072 Phone: 642-4280 1. MIRMELSTEIN ' S " Mens Wear Since 1897 " 3106 Washington Ave. Newport News, Virginia H. CHARLES DISCHINGER, JR. Compliments of EUGENE PETERS Electric Contractor Gloucester, Virginia Compliments of ROBINS AUTO PARTS C. B. HORSLEY New and Used Auto Parts New Marine Conversions Short Lane, Virginia G .M .C . Trucks Route 17, Gloucester, Virginia Compl iments of SUTTON ' S RESTAURANT Specializing in Home-cooked Food Orders to go and to take out 693-2642 Gloucester, Va. Compliment ' s of EVANS REALTY CORPORATION Compl iments of Compl iments of JOHN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE OTIS HOGGE Esso Products 693-3666 Gloucester, Va. Dupont Dutch Boy Paints Phone 642-4234 106 L. F. Phillips Sons, Inc. DISTRIBUTORS OF MOBIL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS PHONE: 693-2908 OFFICE: 642-2166 642-4375 Miracle Water Water Treatment Sales, Service Rentals Salt Delivery Service—Free Water Analysis Residential Commercial Plaza Shopping Center, Hayes, Virginia Phone 642-2697 HOGG FUNERAL HOME " Serving Gloucester County " BROOKS SONS SHOE REPAIR Phone 642-4251 Tidemill Professional Center Quality Workmanship And Materials Prompt And Courteous Service Reasonable Prices Gloucester Point Virginia 107 Congratulations To The Class of 1968 HALL’S ATLANTIC Phone 693-2315 Compliments of J. EDGAR JENKINS D-6-Catterpi 1 ler Bulldozer Land Clearing Yard Grading Driveway Phone 642-2235 Fill Dirt Sand Seeding Bena Virginia - . 108 Compl iments of John Hudgins J°HNjS CE Hayes, Virginia Compl iments of BUNTING ' S BARBER SHOP Ark, Virginia Phone 693-3256 Compl iments of W. C. DUTTON General Merchandise Woods Cross Roads, Virginia Compliments of LEWIS J. HOGGE Staff Manager of Home Beneficial Life Insurance, Co. CONGRATULATIONS! Compl iments of MILLWOOD ' S GROCERY CLASS OF ' 68 Phone Gloucester W. L. TEMPLEMAN 693-2376 Virginia DAVIS MOBILE SERVICE STATION For All Swinging Occasions r " THE LIVIN ' END " Gloucester Point, Virginia Private Parties Dances Our Congratulations to the class of ' 68 SOUTHSIDE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Fred Brown, Agent Gloucester, Virginia " Your family store " Owners W. B. CLEMENTS R. L. CLEMENTS " Insurance of all kinds " Gloucester, Virginia Phone 693-3151 EDGE HILL SERVICE STATION Compl iments of Intersection Routes 17 14 MACS RADIO AND T.V. Gloucester, Virginia SERVICE TEXACO since 1931 " Trust Your Car To The Man Who Wears the Star " Phone 693-2999 Phone 693-2123 109 NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING BUILDERS OF GOOD SHIPS SINCE 1886 GREAT GRANDFATHERS—GRANDFATHERS—FATHER5--AND SONS OF THE PENINSULA THROUGH THEIR DEDICATED EFFORTS HAVE ESTABLISHED THE REPUTATION OF THE NEWPORT NEWS SHIPYARD AS THE WORLD ' S LEADER IN THE BUILDING OF GREAT SHIPS OF OUTSTANDING QUALITY. PRODUCTION OF MORE THAN 400 SHIPS HAS BROUGHT IN AN INCOME OF OVER TWO AND ONE-QUARTER BILLION DOLLARS TO THESE FOUR GENERATIONS OF SHIPBUILDERS. THE SHIPYARD IS PROUD OF ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE ECONOMY OF THE PENINSULA AND OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA. IT INTENDS TO CONTINUE ITS POLICIES FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE LIFE OF ITS EMPLOYEES AND THEIR FAMILIES—AND PLEDGES THAT IT WILL ALWAYS BE.— A GOOD PLACE TO WORK NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING AND DRY DOCK COMPANY 110 Compl iments of Village Esso Servicenter I. C. CLEMENTS SONS " Your Esso Dealer " Gloucester, Virginia CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS TURLINGTON’S JEWELERS WHITE MARSH SHOPPING CENTER WHITE MARSH, VIRGINIA PHONE: 693-3450 in Shop on the Corner i C. B 1. ROWE AND SON General Merchandise Complete Line of Marine Hardware Crisfield, Maryland Oyster Tongs Oystermen ' s Supplies Anvil Brand Work Clothes Atlantic Oil Products Birds Eye Frozen Foods Free Delivery Service Phone: 642-2373 Bena, Virginia Compl iments of JORDAN REALTY, INC. W. C. TUCKER S STORE Realtors, Builders, Gloucester, Virginia Insurers Gloucester Point, Virginia Phone 642-4160 Compl iments of Compliments of SHAMROCK RESTAURANT SEAWELLS ORDINARY Phone 642-2910 Phone: Ordinary 642-2600 Virginia BROADDUS AND HALL NEWTON MOTOR COMPANY FURNITURE Operating Wicomico Atlantic AND Service Station GE APPLIANCES Compl iments of HAYNES CITGO SERVICE COOK ' S FROZEN SEAFOODS, INC. U-Haul Rentals Bena, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia Phone: 642-4600 113 Wells Tile Company Tile Contractors Phone: 642-4641 Gloucester Point, Virginia Box 1 17 Indoor, Outdoor Carpet Viking Carpet Magee Carpet Armstrong Floor Covering Luran Floor Covering Compliments of AMERICAN HARDWARE Specializing In Quality Lucas Paints " Over 1500 Colors Available 1 " Most Complete Hardware Store " FARINHOLT INSURANCE AGENCY GLOUCESTER, VIRGINIA 693-2550 TIDEWATER GRAVELY COMPANY Phone 693-3557 Gloucester, Virginia Mercury Outboards Gravely Tractors Power Chain Saws Toro and Huffy Mowers Wheelhorse Garden Tractor Sales and Service 114 V 115 S. C. LAMBERTH BROTHERS, INC. GLOUCESTER ' S MEN ' S SHOP Lumber and Building Materials White Marsh, Virginia 23183 Phone 693-2666 Gloucester, Virginia Phone 693-3233 Compl iments of SMITH ' S ATLANTIC WILSON ' S SERVICE CENTER Disposal Service Pick-up and Delivery Garbage and Rubbish Collecting and Disposal Phone 642-2074 Gloucester Point, Virginia P.O. Box 5, Hayes, Virginia Phone: 642-4244 W. L. SHEPHERD SON Compliments of YORK RIVER OYSTER General Merchandise CORPORATION Amoco Products Route 1, Box 132 Gloucester, Virginia 23061 RAPPAHANNOCK CONCRETE CORPORATION Compliments of M. F. CLEMENTS SONS Groceries - Dry Goods - Feeds Gloucester, Virginia Phone Bellamy 693-2177 Virginia 116 SPORTSWEAR BY: BOBBIE BROOKS, STURBRIDGE VILLAGE, KAY WINDSOR GAY GIBSON DRESSES Hayes Plaza Shopping’ Center Phone: 642-2984 laiBsooi T. J. THOMAS SON Pacer Trailers Phone: 642-4320 Western Auto Associate Store Marine Sales And Service Thunderbird Boats Evinrude Boats and Motors Hayes, Virginia GLOUCESTER REALTY CORPORATION " Results Count, To Buy or Sell " Call Us Gloucester, Virginia Phone 693-3032 A ’n’ J BEAUTY BAZAAR Owners: JOYCE HOGGE ALVINE BROWN Hayes, Virginia Phone: 642-4200 117 GLOUCESTER Compl iments of EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. Bi-LO SUPER MARKET Ford Tractor Sales and Service Gloucester, Virginia 693-3637 Hayes, Virginia Phone 642-2173 BOWDENS ABINGDON CLEANERS AND Radiator Service Radiators Installed Repaired Gas Tanks Repaired Ark, Virginia SHIRT LAUNDRY Gloucester Poi nt, Virginia 642-2880 Phone 693-3132 Quick Service Drapes, Rugs, and Evening Wear Pick-up and Delivery Service GLOUCESTER MARINE SALES Compliments of Johnson Motors Glasspar Boats Complete Line of Boating Accessories Woolsey Paints CRAIG WOVEN LABEL CO., INC. THE YOUNG MEN ' S SHOP Compliments of DIAMOND ' S 5p to $1.00 STORE Downtown Hidenwood Hayes, Plaza 118 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 68 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF GLOUCESTER -Sip ' YOU HAVE FRIENDS AT PNB " GLOUCESTER, VIRGINIA 693-6000 BRANCH: HAYES, VIRGINIA 642-2146 119 Compliments of GUNN ' S BODY FENDER SHOP GRAY ' S PHARMACY Glass Cutting Installing Phone 693-2400 Gloucester, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia Phone 693-3350 GLOUCESTER EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. RICHARD M. BRIDGES FUNERAL HOME Ford Tractor Sales and Service Gloucester, Virginia Gloucester, Virginia 693-3637 A Proven Community Service Dial 693-2366 Best Wishes To The Class of 1968 Drive Carefully for a Happy Graduation Compliments of TASTEE-FREEZE AND JANNEY INSURANCE AGENCY SNACK BAR Phone 642-2251 Rt. 17 Gloucester, Virginia Phone: Office: 693-3502 Hayes, Virginia MORRIS SUPER SERVICE Phone: 693-3370 Compl iments of Ark, Virginia Auto Seat Covers Tops Boat Covers Cushions Awnings Tarpau 1 ins ARK BEAUTY SHOP E Isie M . Brewer 693-3188 120 Compl iments of FARY-THOMAS FORD, INC. A FULL LINE OF FORDS EXPERT SERVICE QUALITY USED CARS " Buy At Home Where Your Dollar Counts Most " Gloucester, Virginia Phone: 693-3541 COMPLIMENTS OF Ordinary Appliance Co., Inc. WESTINGHOUSE—MOTOROLA—GIBSON FURNITURE APPLIANCES ORDINARY, VIRGINIA PHONE: 642-4114 Congratulations JORDAN S MARINE SERVICE Marine Hardware and Supplies Gloucester Point, Va. Telphone 642-4360 122 H. C. SHACKELFORD § SON, INC. Distributor ATLANTIC PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Gloucester Point, Virginia Day Phones 642-2161 642-4324 Night Phones 642-4324 642-2656 COMPLIMENTS OF PERICO " BRING THE CREW TO BUOY 22 " PHONE: 642-2670 PERRIN, VIRGINIA HOIST RAMP 123 COUNTY-CITY SUPPLY, INC. Compliments of Hardware Coa! Builders Supplies Seed and Fertilizers SPENCER CLOPTON Hayes, Virginia Phone: 642-2700 Gloucester Point, Virginia J. DOSWELL DUTTON BRIDGES OFFICE SUPPLY CORP. Edgehill Shopping Center Hardware, Paints Wallpaper Admiral Appliances Gloucester, Virginia Phone 693-3616 Phone 693-2363 Hallmark Cards and Papers Art Suppl ies Stationery and Office Supplies Office Furniture Compliments of Gloucester—Mathews Compliments of GAZETTE JOURNAL POLAND ' S SUPER MARKET " Your Hometown Newspaper " Phones: 693-3101 725-2191 Gloucester Point, Virginia HUDGINS NURSERY AND FLORIST Complete Sewing Needlework Center Simplicity Patterns " Flowers For All Occasions " Yarns Hayes, Virginia YE OLDE SPINNING WHEEL W. M. Hudgins-Owner Louise Bond, Owner (Discount given on all school projects) Phone: 642-2802 F. A. CLEMENTS SONS, INC. TURN TOWARD TOMORROW TODAY OLDSMOBILE Sales and Service PONTIAC PHONE Gloucester, Virginia 693-2828 Compliments of ARK DAIRY FREEZE Box Dinners Our Specialty Phone 693-3506 Make It A Memorable Occasion Send Flowers From ROBBINS FLORIST Flowers By Wire Day: 642-2101 Gloucester Point Night: 642-2974 After School Headquarters Prescription Service Morgan ' s Drug Store G loucester Riddles Pharmacy West Point 125 Congratulations to the Class of ' 68 GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL BANK OP LOUCESTE MtMBER f£D€RRC DEPOS T hsurr vce coRPORAr o v sC Cx. JMJbtUru Aj ' ' TVtjC 7U CtJL f sT)At 7%e 7c 7 Quality Banking Over 60 Years 7 1 1906 Our Sixty-Second Year 1968 126 Today, we reach for worlds we hardly dreamed of... yesterday. And wherever we reach—below the seas, beyond the stars —there is electricity. A vital force—meet¬ ing challenges, creating careers, translating dreams into reality. VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY GLOUCESTER LAUNDRY and CLEANERS, INC. Complete Laundry Dry Cleaning Service Dyeing Repairing Rug Cleaning Storage Coin-Operated Laundry Cleaning Pick-Up Delivery Compliments of CROSSROADS SERVICE STATION Atlantic Gas Short Orders White Marsh, Virginia Phone: 693-3591 WEST ' S BARBER SHOP Gloucester, Virginia JUST US KEMP ' S RESTAURANT BOB AND TERESA Gloucester, Virginia Phone: 693-2661 Route 17 127 p r r-N r ■ " U O ' - io r ea ts 1 a e Uaterfront Farms Homes Lots flrline Lanciano 11.8 . n. Dt dinar m 1,-13 00 a 128 AUTOGRAPHS Goo.ro } dok, ooci djuyVV O OoyOmZL -.3 10 x00 vjovr ‘ 3iu urf3x oJboOaji oj Qj30 U CuOuft, j -slO OxJLcJlP Ol X2 CLv SXJIgJL 0= i VXVSL,XV V 1 J J OT 5uC1JL ■tJ Uc J-w , JUO " hojSL Guam, 13(1031 0 £ JUulK Jo Oo OroOL. — . , . » . XTUoTfO l. Q _ - oslXXaj TUso - T T) cJlc£) Oaonrruiau ojjl xnx -u on 13 jDcyrrrujcn mcj - arncO Jha p. 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