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Patsy Canady and Penny Burch buy Activity stamps from Mrs. Thorpe in the Book Store Red and White Day winners Were: 50pl'1OmOre: William Eyre and
on me installment plan. Pat Conroy, Junior: Edwardene Billecki and Frank Woolridge,
Senior: Sharon Seifried and Kenneth Stockman.
School spirit has been promoted this year by having and signs in the halls spurring the team to victory. y
more pep rallies, a very successful Red and White Day, l
The "Mighty Eleven" Line: Rapid Rabbit Abbott, Meany Murden, Horrible Hartenstine, Terrible Thompson, Basher Brenda, Hitting Holeik, Rushing Ransone. Backfield:
Crushing Coe, Nasty Knewstep, Hefty Hughes, Double-deck Decker.
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Our year Zlufrfld . . .
The veteran class enters school on September 7th.
On September 6, 1960, many new faces entered our
Alma Mater. Eight hundred sophomores walked be-
wilderedly down the long halls, armed with maps and a
new schedule of classes. The teachers, having worked
several days already, were eager to meet their new
students. The following day the "veteran" classes, the
new iuniors and the seniors, returned for another year
of hard work, study, and fun. For some this year would
be the last, for others it was iust the beginning. Many
sentiments are felt as our year unfolds.
Mr. Taylor back at the old grind of teaching World History.
Perplexed Sophomores try to find their way around H.H.S.
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Delegates to American Legion Virginia Boys' and Girls' State: Seated: Betty Hughes, Judith Vaughan, Ann Gordon Abbott, Susan Parrish, Carol Alexander,
Norma Todd, Judith Murden. Standing: David Levy, Douglas Rosen, Gray Burdette, Donald Donadio, Wayne Todd, Gerald Steiner. Absent from picture:
David Walton, Michael Cole, Jerry Nichols, William Wadlin, and Glenn Wilson.
Kathleen Mayes, HHS's representative in the "l Speak For Dem-
Last summer, eighteen iuniors represented Hampton High School
at the Virginia American Legion Boys' and Girls' State held at Virginia
Polytechnic Institute. In the course of a week, these seven girls
and eleven boys learned the fundamentals of State and city gov-
ernment. They adopted charters in their cities, and ran the city
under the leadership of their mayor. l
Later in the week the two political parties, the Nationalists and
the Federalists, nominated candidates in the State conventions to run
for State offices. After many political rallies and the election, the
new Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General were
inaugurated with appropriate ceremonies. An inaugural Ball at
Radford College climaxed the week's activities.
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