Mount Vernon High School - Surveyor Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)
- Class of 1948
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The Student Body
Mt. Vernon High School
The 1948 urveyor
ROLAND BROWN ......... Editor-in-Clzief
JOETTA DAWSON. ..... Business Manager
Dedication . .
The great esteem that we hold for him inspires us to
dedicate this, the 1948 SURVEYOR, to our principal,
Melvin Bowman Landes.
We shall not attempt to enumerate those traits that
we admire. Let it suffice to say that We know that he
considers each of us as an individual, and that he does
only that which he sincerely believes will be of our good.
HARRY A. LEE
We know that the new stadium of which we are
justly proud, would not have materialized except for
his unceasing efforts. Therefore, we gratefully pay
tribute to our coach and our friend.
VERA ADAMS COOK
Those of us, both faculty and students, who had
the privilege of knowing and working with her for the
short time she was with us during our past school year
will remember for a long time her strong personality
and memorable Christian character.
As a teacher she was keenly interested in the
development of her pupils and gave to them a worthy
example of highest ideals in living. Her professional
interests were broad and she showed in her daily con-
tact with students a keen understanding of human
nature as well as a Wise knowledge of subjects.
The inspiration she gave us to ennoble of our lives
is truly one of the great memories of the past school
Mount Vernon High School
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TABLE UF CONTENTS
MR. LANDES, OFFICE
MR. BUCKLEY,S OFFICE
MISS BEVIS,S OFFICE
MRS. QUINLEY,S OFFICE
ighth Grade' Coordinator
Rs. HATCH,S OFFICE
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VVILBERT T. VVOODSON
B.A., MA., College of William and Mary
University of Virginia
George Washington University
Superintendent, Fairfax County Schools
MELVIN B. LANDES
A.B., Madison College
Key Club Sponfor
RALPH E. BUCKLEY
B.S., Virginia Polytechnic Institute
George Washington University
MARY MABEL DEVAULT
A.B., Emory and Henry College
University of Virginia
ELIZABETH MORRIS AMES JUNE CAROLYN ASHTON
- A.B., Randolph-Macon B.A., Mary Washington
Women's College World Hirtory
Senior Clan Sponfor
MARY NIABEL DEVAULT
A.B., Emory and Henry
University of Virginia
ALICE E. HATCH
A.B., Brigham Young
University of Utah
KATHLEEN NORRIS DEPUE
B.A., VVellesley College
LORRAINE M. HELTON
A.B., hlarshall College
Englifh, Social Studiex
EMMA CAROLYN BEVIS
Graduate Mount Vernon
Secretary to Principal
B.A., hlary Washington
College of William and Mary
Em Vee Hi Sponfor
Quill and Scroll Sponfor
Englifh, Spanifh amd
JAMES WILSON JOHNSTON
B.S., Eastern Illinois State
Teachers College, Penn State
CATHERINE ELIZABETH BITTLE
B.S., Madison College
Glee Club Sponror
VESTAL NEHER GARDNER
A.B., R.N., Phillips
Mathematics, Social Stu dier
HUGH HOWARD JONES
B.S., M.A., College of
William and Mary
George Washington University
Cherniftry, Phyficr, General
JOIPIN J. KENNY
B.A., Columbia University
JOHN HENRY MOORE
B.S., Oklahoma State
JANICE LOUISE PRINCE
A.B., Bates College
Pep Club Sponfor
Affiftant Girlf' Coach
HARRY ALEXANDER LEE
B.A., Furman University
Football and Bafeball Coach
LENORE L. PINGLEY
A.B., M.A., Berea College
University of Kentucky
junior Clan Sponfor
Algebra, Geometry and
HArrIE G. QUINLEY
B.S., Radford, Virginia
Eighth Grade Coordinator
LUCY JANE LOXVMAN ROY LEE XIILLER
BS., Radford College B. A., Shenandoah
Head of Cornmercial Dept, Bridgewater
Yearboole and Honor Society George Washington University
Sponfor Frefhman Clan Sponfor
Typing, Shorthand and Social Science, lllathenzaticf
FLORENCE R. PROVANCE HIIICAGARD AIJALEMA PONVELL
B.S., lXl.lQ., Duquesne BA., Jamestown College
University of Pittsburgh
Bookkeeping, Retailing, Typing
University Of Colorado
Englifh, Social Studie!
PLTRCELL NIONK ROBERTSON
B.S., George Washington
College Of William and Mary Head of Home Economicf Dept,
Librarian Home Economic! Club Sponmr
Library Science Home Economic!
FRANCES ALICE RICHBIOND
A.B., in Education
A.B., in Library Science
Flora MacDonald College
CLARA BELLE iROBlSON JOHN
DESSIE P. SETZER
B.A., Bowling Green
College of Commerce
Ball State Teaeher's
Typing, General Buriizcrf
LENA PARKE WHITT
B.A., Campbell College
Head of Social Scicncz
Americana Quiz Spomor
U.S. Hiftory, Cwzcf
Baflectball and Track Coacli
.f45.rirta11t Fooiball Coacli
BEATRICE PAULINE SLOAN
Englirh, Social Sludicf
lXlARY RUTH XVILLIAMS
B.S., Radford College
Studcnt G0.YJt'7'7Z7lll'7Zl Spomoi'
OEM Training, Burzazcff
Law, Sliortlzand, Typing
ALLEN ROTFIROCK, JR. lCMIuA lREBECCA SAUNDERS
lXlARY ELIZABETH SCI-IURB
B.A., College of St. Teresa
U. S. lliriory, Cioicy
POLLY EDWARD WAID
B.S., Radford College
Girly' Phyfical Education
Cirlr, Baflelzctball and
DORIS LOUISE STUART
BA., Duke University
Art Club Sponfoi'
JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH WOOD
B.S., Averett College
College of William and Marv
REBA AIARY WOODBRIDGE
B.S., Averett, Farmville
v George Washington University
George Washington University Affiftant Sponsor Home
Sophomore Clan Spoiifoi' Economicf Club
Girl S t S ' '
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NEWMAN SHIFFLETT ..... ....... P refident
KATHRYN WEfxvER. . . .... Vice Prefident
EDWINA MOSS ...... ..... S eerezary
ANNE NICDONALD. . . ..... Treezfurer
. . . ,..... Reporter
MRS. AMES ......,.. ......... S poruor
PAUL SAULNIER ..............,...,............ judicial fudge
MOTTO: 'gNot merel to exift buzto amount to Jornetliiri in li e"
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FLOWER! Gardenia COLORS: Blue and Silver
EARL AUGUST ALCORN, JR.
JEAN KATHLEEN ALLEN
ROGER HUGH ANDERSON
DORIS LEE BELL
ILA JANE BENNETT
JOSEPH FRANKLIN BOLLINGER
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VIRGINIA LEE BOMKAMP
ELMER WELCOME BOOTH, JR.
BENJAMINE ISAACH BOWERS
ROLAND HARRY BROWN
EARL REGINAL CARNEAL
JOHN BEVERLY XVELEORD CATHEY
CATHERINE KATRINA CRAWFORD
GEORGE WASHINGTON CREED
CATHERINE ISABELLE CRIM
ROBERT CLINTON CRUMP
HELEN :WTAE DAVIS
JOETTA XXVIRGINIA DAWSON
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CARL IVAN CLARK
DORIS ANNA CLEM
EARL JACKSON COFI-'EY
ROBERT WALTER COLLINS
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ANNE ELIZABETH DODD
ROBERT MALCOLM DUNCAN
ROSE MARIE DWYER
BARBARA ANN DYSON
CYNTHIA LEE EDWARDS
DOROTHY MARIE EMBREY
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GEORGE ALBERT FENIMORE
ROBERT CLAY FLINCHUM
PATRICK JAMES FRICKLETON
JEANNE ELIZABETH FRINKS
CHARLES NVILLIAM GEORGE
M XRVIN ANTHONY GORDON
VIOLET MAE HARRIS
DORIS LOUISE HARTMAN
HAROLD FREDERICK HARTMAN
SHIRLEY ELISE HASTINGS
EVELYN wvERNITA HOLLINS
MARTHA JEANNE HOOTMAN
JACK DEMPSEY GRAY
JUNE NVANDA GRIFFIN
DOLORES FAIRFAX GRIMSLEY
WILLIAM CARTER HALL
ALBERT CHRISTIAN HANSEN
WILLIAM RUSSELL HARLEY
CAROLINA GALE LAMBRIGHT
OTIS HOUSTON LESTER, JR.
ALICE PATRICIA LEVAY
BONNIE LOU LLOYD
ROBERT HALLIE LYLES
THOMAS NEAL MCAULIFFE
DOROTHY VIRGINIA RIONROE
GER.ALDINE RIARIE BIORGAN
RIARJORIE KATHRYN :XIOSHIER
RIARY EDWINA MOSS
SARA CATHERINE NEITZEY
THOMAS VVESLEY KICCREARY
BARBARA ANNE lN1CDONALD
PHYLLIS LANE NICINTURFF
JAMES NOEL KIARKLEY
BETTY ANN R1ILSTEAD
WILLIAM ALVIN NORFOLK
NANCY MAUREEN O,FLAHERTY
LESTER EMLEN OLMSTED
IRVIN EUGENE OTIS
BETTY JUNE GVERLY
JEAN HELEN PENN
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MILDRED ELNORA PETERS
LORENE SCHUBEL PEVERILL
JAMES EDWARD PHILLIPS
WALTER JOHN POSEY
BEVERLY JOAN RELLER
KATHRYN ELIZABETH ROSE
ROBERT CLYDE SAPP
PAUL CLEMENT SAULNIER
DIXIE RUBY SAWYER
FRANCES MARY SCALISE
NEWMAN AUBREY SHIFFLETT
NORMA MABLE RIDGEWAY
THELMA JEANETTE RIDGEWAY
ALICE ANNE RILEY
PATRICIA ANN ROBERTS
BETTY ANN ROGERS
RICHARD WARREN ROGERS
FRANCIS MAXWELL SHIRK
ANNE KIRK SHOWALTER
HAZEL ERNESTINE SIMPSON
ROBERT HARRIS SIPES, III
JOHN ERVIN SMITH
JANET LOUISE STEN
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JAMES HERBERT STEVENS
IVIARGARET ELIZABETH STEVENS
DOROTHY PAULINE SULLIVAN
ANN NORA THOMAS
CHARLES XVILLIAM THOMAS
PAGE TILFORD THOMPSON
GARDNER VVARREN XJAN SCOYOC
JANET CATHERINE XIIAR
MARY JEAN VVADE
SARAH ELIZABETH WAGNER
NVILLIAM OAKLEY WARREN
JEAN ELIZABETH WAYBRIGHT
KATHRYN LOUISE XVEAVER
HARVEY ALLEN XVESTBROOK
DORSON XYORDEN XVILCOX
:THELMA LOUISE VYILLIAMS
CAROLYN FRANCES XYOLLON
XVILLIAM LEE XJOUNG
LYLIE ELIZABETH QYOWELL
HERBERT EDWARD WHEELER
Uur School Plant
Home Economicf Cottage
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Thif if Phyfical Ed.
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The Class of 1949
Junior Class Officers
BILL MAPLE. ..
SHELTON CRAIG. , . . , , ,
EMILY COOK. . .
Miss WHITT. . .
JAMES LAMB. ..
MOTTO: "Consider the future"
. . . . . . .Prefident
. Vice President
. . . . . .Secretary
. . . Treafurer
. . . .Reporter
FLOWER: Gardenia COLORS: Green and White
. KYLE BEACH
BETTY -IEAN PLAUGHISR
MARY ANN SHEPHERD
The Class of 1950
Sophomore Class Officers
JUNE PEARSON ...... ...... P refideht
BETTY BOMKAMP. . . . . . Vice Prefident
IRENE SAWYER .,,. . ..... Secretary
JUSTIN FOGLEMAN .... .... T rearurer
BILLY NEWMAN ..... ......... R eporter
MISS WOOD ...... ........... S ponsor
KENNETH BARNHILL. . ..... judicial Member
NIOTTOZ " Whatever if 'worth doing if worth doing well"
FLOWER! Red and White Rafe: COLORS: Red and White
The Class of 1951
Freshman Class Officers
STUART VAN SCOYOC ....
RAYMOND HARRIS. .
DOROTHY BAYNE. . .
SHIRLEY HIMM .....
MISS ASHTON .... .
MOTTO: " Thuf always forwardn
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. . . Vicf Preficient
. . . .Secrftary
. . . . Treafurer
FLOWER: Red Rofe COLORS: Grfen and Silvfr
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R. C. HARRIS
MARY LEE MASON
STUART VAN SCOYOC
JO ANN WATKINS
2-F. F. fl.-F. H. fl. Camp
7-Betty and 'LMz'nurt',
8-Spring haf Sprung
I2-Mr. Buckley? Protfgff
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The Class of 1952
Eighth Grade Class Ulficers
JAMES DAVIS .... ...... . Prefident
JOYCE LEISNER .... ..... If ice President
JEAN HUFFMAN ..... .,.... S ecretary
FRANCESYVOOD ....... .. ..... Tnufunv
BARBARAMANN'SHEPHERD.... .... Reponer
h4RS.QU1NLEY ..... , .... .......... Sponfor
JOYCE WOODARD. . .,... ......,.......... f ndicial Member
MOTTO: " True to Mount Vernon, forward with pride"
FLOWER: Lavender Orchid COLORS: Gold and Lavender
ALICE ANN ATKINSON
ADDIE MAE BEACH
LA VERNE BENNETT
JOHN DAVID BLUNT
CHARLES M. CLARK
AIARY ELLEN CROPPER
Ei hth Grader
JAMES RICHARD DARR
BETTY ANN DURRER
MARY LOU LAKEY
NIARY LOU NEITZEY
,i fhth Grader
JO ANN SATI-IMARY
BARBARA ANN SHEPHERD
BARBARA ELLEN SHEPHERD
ALICE MAE TAEBOTT
CATHERINE VAN DORNES
ELSA MAE VOLZ
JO ANN YOUNG
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GARDNER VAN Scovoc CI-IfIRI.13s YQUNG K.XTHRX'N WIZAVEII EDXYINA Moss JOIN CATIIEY MISS WILLIAMS
Prexzrlenl Vzce Pre vzdent Sefrrfary Trra :wel Reporfel Sponsm
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FIRS1 Row, LI:F1 TO RIGHT: B. IVarre1z, P. .MclnIurf, C. George, A. MacDonald P Saulmer C' Cum SLCOND Row B Fluzchum
B. AfIcElroy, C. Th071ZGX,J.SiH'IH1S. S. Craig, K. Fleenor. THIRD Row: K, Barnhzll J fxfzcely J Lamb B Leake H Talbert B Beales
FOURTH Row: W. I'VexIorI, J. Woodard. C. Slozfer, J. Brown, D. Dillo, 1. Sawyez FIIVIH Ron L Fzel J Mzller D Levay B Dawes L
Rossie, W. Sleuclee.
We believe that student self-government is essential for building individual ideals in de-
mocracy. To fulfill this purpose the students elect officers yearly on the basis of loyalty, dependa-
bility, and citizenship.
This year the Student Government has sponsored a number of activities: the magazine cam-
paign, a dance, Community Chest Drive, dream boy and girl contest and the Santa Claus letter
contest. In addition to these activities the Student Government organized the Pep Club.
The magazine campaign Was a big success this year and the Student Government made a
profit of 562500, which is to go toward the lights and bleachers.
At the first meeting of the Fairfax County Student Council Association the ofiicers were
elected and Gardner Van Scoyoc from Mr. Vernon High School was elected president.
This year a standing committee was organized composed of a representative from each club
and from each class. The purpose of this coordinating Council is to eliminate the conliict in activi-
ties sponsored by the different clubs.
The Student Government has had a very successful year, and we feel this success is due to the
eFforts and hard work of Gardner, and the Wonderful cooperation and assistance by all members
of the council.
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1. Commitzfe .Meeting 3. judicial Illeeting 5. Legiylatizie Departmfrzt
2. Picture Conlrft 4. Cabinet Meeting 6. lllagazine Campaign
ROLAND BROXVN K.ATHRX'N YVEAVER Miss Lowmax JOETTA DAWSON GARDNER VAN Scovoc
Editor Assistant Edilor Sponsor' Business ,llanager Adveriising illanagcr
W'hen the summer months finally passed away and everyone returned to school and classes, students,
ofcourse, began to think of clubs. One of the most important clubs in the school is the Yearbook Club.
This year the staff was chosen in a new and more democratic manner. A committee of students
set up a slate of nominees for the ofhces and they were voted upon by the entire student body.
Early in the fall, Klr. Joe Loeb, our photographerg lXIr. VV. L. Dooley, our representative from
Stone Printing Companyg lXfIiss Lowman, our sponsor, and Mr. Landes, talked over plans for this
yearbook in order to produce Mount Vernon's best.
Again this year students were excused to travel to Mr. Loeb's Studio to have their pictures taken
for the annual.
lXIany thanks are due Robison's Clothing Store of Alexandria and the manager, lNIr. Yellen, for
granting permission to take the picture of Miss Mount Vernon in one of their picturesque gowns. Vlle
Home Room Representatives
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: june Pearson, jimmy Millar, joan Crabtree, Dorotlzy Bayne.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Wilbur HZLli.f0l1,1lfIffldm Bereti, Barbara Maxey, june White, joyre Woodard,
Wanda Douglas, jean Hu-gfman, Sarah Baggett, Lloyd Bayliss.
Home Boom Representatives
LEFT TO RIGHT: jackie Benalerj Shirley Hartingfg Enla Titrnery lVIr. Dooley, reprererztative from Stone
Printing Cornpanyg Helen Marymee,' Beverly Rellerg fejrey Stewart.
MISSING: Ann Dodd and Virginia Hujman.
are also grateful to the various faculty members who helped us from time to time with creative and
The advertising stall certainly deserve medals for the work done this year. Every member strove
to Win the prize offered which was having his yearbook padded and engraved free. Roland Brown won
the prize for soliciting the largest number of advertisements.
Because of the S800 debt carried over from the ,46-'47 SURVEYOR, it was necessary that the staFf
start making money. The lunch concession was granted to the club to help pay the debt.
The first semester this consisted of hot dogs and barbecues, but when the staff got tired of slinging
mustard and relish, the lunch was switched to ready made sandwiches of every variety and hot chili.
With the help of an unforgettable baby contest, from which the profits were surprisingly high, and
a most successful dance, the debt was soon paid.
As we sit and scan the pages of this volume of the SURVEYOR, we are truly sorry the work is finished.
But we have done our best so that next year the staff will not have to be slinging mustard, dipping chili
and calling, 'KHot dogs and barbecues."
CHARLES THOMAS BETTY OVERLY DOROT'HY WEAX'ER Euwirm Moss V RosE BIARIE DWYER JAMES PHILLIPS
Sport: Editor Assistant Advertising Assistant Business Assistant Sports Editor Club Editor Typing Editor
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SIQATIQI1, l.1-ZH' 'ro RIGHT: john Smzillz, Bewrfy Relffr, Anne' AlL'Dl27lH!d7 Cynflzia Edwafdf, R012 fllarir
llwyfr, jfjfrfy Slrwarf, Domflzy Ijnzbrfy.
S'1'ANDlNrz, l.l-:FT 'ro TQIGIITZ lllary Rufmfr, Rofand Brnwrz, Plzyflir Illrlrzruff, Robfrt Duncan, Slzirlfy
1lll,Vfl4lIAQ.f, Carlfr Half, fran W'ayb1'fgl1r, ffannr Frfnkf,
With the assistance of lVIiss lingleman, the Em Vee Hi Stall was organized in
Septeniber, and its nienibers soon started to xvork producing the school paper.
This year, Em Ver Hi has been larger and many new features have found themselves
Chosen to head the paper as Editor-in-Chief was Cynthia Edwards. With the
help of the Assistant Editor, Anne lWcDonald, she planned and supervised each
To Shirley Hastings and Roland Brown as co-feature editors, fell the job of
thinking up original features to add the necessary " life" to the paper.
This year, a column of classroom wit called "Spills and Thrills" made its
debut in Em Vee Hi, as well as the nndings of an Inquiring Reporter and several
much-discussed features on the various communities surrounding Mount Vernon.
Jefrey Stewart and Rose lyfarie Dwyer provided that all-important sports
news, while Gardner Yan Scoyoc wrote a column on the inside of sports called
A paper needs pictures to brighten its pages, and Mary Ruflner, along with
pen and ink, always came through with drawings.
To Dorothy Embrey goes the credit for those eye-catching headlines.
Beverly Reller, as Club Editor, constantly hounded the club reporters for
news of clubs and their activities.
We have Jean Waybright to thank for letting us know about other schools,
through the Exchange column, and Jeanne Frinks for keeping up with the Alumni.
Phyllis Mclnturfl and John Smith as Business Manager and Advertising
Manager, were largely responsible for keeping Em Vee Hi on the go.
Although there is not enough room here to mention each of the reporters
separately, everyone of them deserves credit for a really diliicult job well done.
To them fell the job of getting that news, which they did, even under numerous
handicaps. Without the reporters, and their tireless and diligent work,production
of Em Vee Hi would not have been possible.
Highlighting the season, the Em Vee Hi Staff sponsored a Valentine Dance
held in the hall of Mount Vernon High School. A juke box provided the music, and
a King and Queen of Hearts were elected.
SEATED, LEFT TO llIGII'1'Z Donna fudy, jane Nieeley, Helen Illarymee, Gardner fan Seoyoe, Ilflin Engle-
marz, Illary jonef, Ruby lWeCla1'y, BetlyPlaughe1', Betty Hatton, E!eanorDod1on.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHTZ Shirley Eldert, farleie Bender, Carol Wollozz, Kent Fleeizor, Eula Turner, Bill
lllaple, .Marie Sehroer, Berry Craizford, Berry Wagner, lla jane Bennett, Aliee Levay, Dorothy Dale.
AIISSINGI Catherine Crim.
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FUTURE HOM IVIAIIIQIT
DOROTHY WEAX'ER JANET VIAR
Vice Presideril Secrelary
"We are the Future Homemakers of America
We face the future with Warm courage
And high hope"
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: M. Pearfon, D. Cornwell, B. Seymour, D. Hill, S. Materf, L
Coltry, A. Thornaf, f. Viar, D. Weaver, K. Weaver, Mrf. P. Robertfon, Miff R. Woodbridge, R
Dachzler, A. Dodd, Tucker, If Harrif, S. Dodd, D. Lovetl, B. McCord, V. Purkr, D. Bayne, A
Buekman, S. Elderl, P. Carter.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT, SECOND Row: A. Fenimore, A. Cameron, B. Freeland, D. Huntington, V
Hollinf, C. Hall, M. Bollinger, A. Agee, Walker, Tapley, H. Marynzee, S. Peverill, R. King,
.M. Flaherty, L. fonef, 0. Parfell, E. .Moore, B. Morrif, Crabtree, L. Kirkpatrick, B. Leake
D. fudy, E. Cournef, M. Flinehunz.
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT, 'THIRD Row: T. Ridgeway, N. Ridgeway, C. Cornwell, E. Morrif, M. Cafh
0. .Moore, Il. Shepherd, L. lllagner, S. Dooley, I. Harley, G. Rogerf, j. Alfoek, Snellingx, L
Brown, Kernf, C. Synder, Seudder, .M. lllartin, R. Horowitz, B. Perry.
ANNIE Donn JEVERNNA TUCKER ANN THOMAS MRS Rosnizrsow
Repofrler Parliamenlarian District Federation Nlember Sponsor
We, the Busy Homemakers, have enjoyed various activities, including a suc-
cessful hay ride and dance. Our Christmas Festival and Fashion Revue received
many favorable comments. Club girls sold food and drinks at all football games for
the benefit of the athletic fund. We participated in the P. W.-F. Federation Rally.
VVe have conqnled a scrapbook mdnch conuuns nenw about aH the acdvides
sponsored by the club. A number of girls received their Junior Homemaker Degree
of Membership. An article in Teen Timex, our national paper, honored our chapter,
this article described the plaque which was received to place the names of honorary
members on. To climax our year We sponsored a successful Mother-Daughter
LEFT TO RIGHT: I". Harrif, Song LEZZLIIEYQ' fl. Dodd, Rfpmter Iia
S6rl'fta1'y,' K. IVeaw1', P7'FJ1'liF7lf,' lllrf. Roberfxorz Sponfor D
ffeawr, fire P1'eJ'ident,' Tuckfr, Pl1I'fl'l1HZFIlfLZI'1-dll R Dazhtlez
Trza:u1'e1',' A. Thomay, Diftrict Federation Member.
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LEFT TO Ricsirrz F. Caron, f. Simmf, M.Bazrfn1, B. Copithorfz, G. Lambriglzt, M. jonef, D. Dale, V. Huf-
man, D. S7It'ffZ'?IgJ, xl. Ffrzimorf, ll. Rolcuzri, IW. Carh, B. Pfrry, B. Cranford, Br'mZ'rr, Viar,
R. Dmlztlrr, .llcuflg P. Sullivan, Culffzzg, Iliff, L. fllllgllff, M. Bollirigfr, Pfarfon,
The ofiicers this year Were: President, Virginia Huffman, Vice President, Pauline
Sullivan, Secretary, Emma Baker, Treasurer, Eleanor Dodson, Reporter, Janet Viar,
and Sponsor, Miss Wood.
Troop Number 22 consisted of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. This was known
as the upperclassmen troop.
As a good beginning We gave a successful dance for the benefit of our French girl,
Monique hlartin. The Girl Scouts are being the sponsor of this little girl who was first
adopted by the entire school. Then We gave another dance and this time it was really a
gay affair. It was called a "Circus Ballf' At intermission there Was a regular side show
with freaks, clowns, lion tamers and everything. We sold popcorn to add to the circus
Before Christmas the Girl Scouts were asked to make favors for the Red Cross. They
made little red caps, nut cups and Yule logs. In making the Yule logs they cut pine branches
and used the electric saw and drill in the shop. This was one opportunity the girls had of
learning something about shop work. These favors were collected by the Red Cross Workers
and distributed by them to various Army camp hospitals.
The Scouts had a bake sale at the P. T. A. meeting in March. At this meeting they
also gave a pageant on the History of the Flag. The Girl Scouts were asked to present
this program because hiarch I2 was the birthday of the organization.
Many parties and dances were planned and given by the Scouts. On December I2,
1947, the Scouts had a get-together with the girls from Falls Church, Vienna and Fairfax
troops at the Community House on Telegraph Road. The purpose of this dance was to
give girls from all the Senior troops in the county an opportunity to get acquainted.
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Duchflrr, F. Ray, Kidd, L. fmzn, P. Flaherty, L. Wfz1'tf, S. Pfwrilf, L. W'aybr1'g1zt,
E. Field, R. Parnell, 0. Parffll, E. llloorf, Sruddfr, S. Herr, E. Carmirfzzifl, B. 1Wc'Curd, S. Doolfy,
f. Selby, M. Barfrtt, Wi. M0o1'f, Shfplzrrd, I. Harlfy, B. Hatton.
This year, due to the growth of the Girl Scouts, it was necessary to organize a separate
troop for freshmen. The troops met in Mrs. Hatch's office on Fridays, Troop 49 Qoursj
one Friday and Troop 22 the next.
At Christmastime our troop made nut cups, Santa Claus hats and Yule logs for the
Red Cross. They were sent to Fort Belvoir for the soldiers in the hospital.
In order to make money we had bake-sales at lunchtime consisting of home-made
cookies and candy. Other money-making projects were the sale of Girl Scout cookies
A few of the freshmen helped the Tuberculosis Association in Alexandria by getting
the envelopes ready for mail during the seal sale campaign.
During the winter the meeting time was spent working on flowers which we make from
spantex, a new plastic material. In the spring most of the time during regular meetings
was used in planning hikes and other out-of-door activities. In March both troops put
on a pageant for the program at the regular P. T. A. meeting.
Both troops helped to sponsor the raising of money for the care of the little French
girl, Monique Martin. Two dances were given to raise money for this purpose.
This year our club was under the direction of the following oflicers: President, Betty
Hatton, Vice President, Sally Dachtlerg Secretary, Lois White, Treasurer, Margaret
Flaherty, Reporter, Meriam Berrett.
HUNOQ Z! QUCIETY
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST Row: G. Lambriglzr, B. Rfller, C. Edwardr.
SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Woflezz, R. Dwyer, Hootman.
,THIRD Row, LEFT TO IQIGHTZ K. Cook, A. Cook, P. Jllrlntuqf, MiJ'r
hlIssING: Catharina Crim.
In May, IQ45, the Lawrence W'ashinton Chapter of the National Honor Society Was
organized at Mount Vernon High School. The purpose of the society is to create an en-
thusiam for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote Worthy leader-
ship, and to encourage the development of character in the pupils of Mount Vernon High
Quill and I croll
The Edgar Allen Poe Chapter of Quill and Scroll, International Honorary Society for
High School Journalists, was organized at lylount Vernon early in 1946.
To be eligible for membership, a student must be of at least junior standing, be in the
upper third of his class, have done outstanding work in some phase of journalism, be rec-
ommended by the advisor of the publication, and be approved by the society's executive
FIRST Row SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Ilftzrynzrf, R. Ezzglenzan
QSpo1zr0I'j, fl. 1lIcDo11ald.
SECOND Row, LEFT To RIGHT: K. Flfwzor, R. Brown, S. Ha.rtz'1zgf,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Elmer Booth, Tnfafurzm' Robfrt Lylef, S'errfta1'y,' lllr. Landrxr, Sponyorg Roland Brown, Pre,fidf11t,' Slzflton
Craig, lzrf' Prfn ent.
SEQOND Row: lla! Crimg f.:Hl'LlIlI'l" Ivllll Srnyorq -f11.ftz'11 Fr1glf1111111,' Sirwart lrtlll S1'r1yr1r,' llfnllarc' Sffulw.
THIRD ROW: W'z'll1ur IIuclf011,' Bill Maplrfg Billy l1llglll',T,' G1'fJl'gf Sfzlufyg Pzztrirk Fr1'rkrll011.
The Key Club is a community service club sponsored by Kiwanis International.
The Mount Vernon Key Club was organized early in December by Sergeant Charles
Tucker and C. B. Jett, members of the VVoodbridge Kiwanis Club. Oflicers were elected
with Commander Carol White, president of the Kiwanis Club of VVoodbridge, presiding.
The officers are President, Roland Brown, Vice President, Shelton Craig, Secretary, Robert
Lyles, Treasurer, Elmer Booth. All members ofthe club were chosen on the basis of citizen-
ship and scholarship.
The biggest event of the year for the Key Club was Charter Night, held on February
zo, 1948. The purpose of this meeting was to get the Key Club officially under way by
receiving its charter from Kiwanis International.
The charter of the club was received by the president. The bell and gavel, a gift of
the Kiwanis Clubs of Alexandria and Woodbridge, with which to call meetings to order,
was received by the vice president. The secretary received a kit with which to keep accurate
records of club meetings and other data.
The banquet was provided by Mr. Blas Garcia. Because of the lack of facilities at
Mount Vernon, the banquet was held in Mr. Garcia's Coffee Shoppe.
Since this was a new club at Mount Vernon, it was difhcult to get a project started and
live up to our motto, l'We Build."
VVith the help of our sponsor, Nir. Landes, the Key Club was successful in its establish-
ment this year.
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Bliss JANICE PRINCE JANET XIIAR PAT Pos15Y
Sfnonfor Pr'r,f1'df11t flu' Prffzrlrlzt
After being out of action for the 1946-47 school year, the Pep Club of lVIount Vernon
was reorganized in November. W'ith over two hundred members, the club sponsored many
activities. There were pep rallies on the bleachers and entertainment by outstanding athletes,
Charlie George, "Nose'7 Hartman and "Tillie', Thompson. These boys were known as the
rnost talented and beautiful cheerleaders in the United States. The rallies enabled most of
the members of the club to learn all the new yells.
In January the Pep Club held a lLVarsity Hop." The main feature attraction was the
crowning of the Varsity Queen, Kathryn VVeaver, by Colonel VValdren E. Leanard. The
Queen's court included: Rose lWarie Dwyer, Betty Overly, Nlarjorie lyloshier and Janet
Viar. Each girl was dressed formally and carried flowers. '
VIRGINIA HUFFMAN BIILDRED PETERS BETTY KICELORY
Sfrretary Treasurer Rfportfr
Janet Viar, the president, chose the committee for the dance and this included the
oflicers and other members ofthe club, Refreshments were sold and the music Was furnished
by the Ajax Grchestra. Since the dance began after the basketball game, most of the
athletes of Mount Vernon Were present.
After the dance the club made plans for an athletic banquet and many other forms of
Because the officers and the sponsor took a great interest in the Pep Club, it has become
an outstanding organization, not only in its Work in backing up the cheerleaders, but also in
building up the morale of the players.
FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGI-IT: Bob Flizirhum, Cdfiffll-II,' Ernfftim' Sinzpfon, Lz'fuze'nant,' Page Doughton,
Lz'I'ulf'rIa1II,' johnny Poxfy, L1'FZlfFIZH7If.
SIILCOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: kllllllzll' P1z1'!!I'p.r, B!lI'b11i'll Svyniour, fllafy Sfirpfzfrd, joan Crllizzg, fofita
ljllfllfilll, Ivfflllifd Ilolfirzr, CIIIYIYKIAZAIII' Hall, f:1lIIl'1L'J' l'ozI11g.
'llIIIRD Row, lil-:FT TO RIGHT: Rmnzizu Bunrfz, Irrnf Sarvywr, BKJIIIIIII' Lloyd, Dfifmw Priill, IIIIII Cdl?lfI'0l1,
Kathryn IVHIYIN, Bffty Dnfwzf, Virifrt 1flH'I'I.,l', RobI'rtDu1II'11II.
FQLIRTI-I Row, LEFT TO IQKJHTZ Illr. Burklry.
lXIoTTo: "lf people pmciirfd thf Colden Ruff,
ThE'7'F,d be 110 need for pzztrolf at Jchoolfl
The patrols of Mount Vernon High School were organized on September 26, 1947, with
the aid of the Fairfax County Police.
The purpose ofthe patrols is to direct safety on the buses.
All patrols of lXflaryland, 'Washington, D. C., and Northern Virginia participated in
a parade which was held lNIay 22, 1948, in Washington, D. C. We saw, free, one football,
one basketball, and two baseball games and two movies.
The Patrol organization works directly with its sponsor, lklr. Ralph E. Buckley, and the
bus drivers, and is doing a fine job directing safety.
The officers are: Bob Flinchum, Secretary of Safety and Captain, Ernestine Simpson,
Page Doughton, and Johnny Posey, Lieutenants.
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Ilarrix, Walleer, S. Himm, Crabtree, B. Copitlzorn, I. Sawyer, P.SulIivar1,
G. Van Seoyoe, Grijin, B. Sipef, Harrie, C. Ilaug, L. Painter, B. Plaugher, Min Bittle,
FIRST ROW, STANDING: R. Tlwmpfon, A. Paul, Phillipf, D. Herman, L. Olmftead, D. Lloyd, W.
Steuelee, j. Sirnmf, M. Barrett, C. Rivera, Viar, M. Mofhier.
SECOND Row, STANDING! G. Staufr, D. judy, R. Thomar, K. Crawford, el. Thomprorz, M. Rujner,
D. W'ileox, M. Flaherty, R. Platt, fl. Riley, L. Crabtree, D. Ernlirey, Worley and llootmarz.
MISSING: Elizabeth Yowell and Virginia Ilujman.
The 1947-48 Glee Club elected oflicers in October, 1947, and the results were as follows:
Betty Jean Plaugher, Presidentg Charles Gordon, Vice President, Marjorie Moshier,
Secretary-Treasurer, Gardner Van Scoyoc, Reporter, and Bobby Sipes, Librarian.
For the first time in the history of the Glee Club, the boys and girls were combined with
only one set of officers.
Miss Bittle is our new sponsor and through her efforts We have been exceedingly suc-
cessful in our many activities. For instance, the Glee Club Christmas Dance was a brilliant
success. We presented a Christmas program the last day before the Christmas vacation.
We have planned our spring festival which will be held in May.
Because of the resignation of Marjorie Moshier and Charles Gordon, June Griflin and
Pauline Sullivan were elected Secretary-Treasurer and Vice President, respectively.
We have learned to appreciate and use good music, and it is hoped that we will con-
tinue to profit by our membership in this club.
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The Virginia High School League forensic and literary contest were important
events in April.
The first to get underway and the one calling for the most effort on the part
of the pardcipants was the debate contest In the wdnter hlhs Schurb, debate
coach, called a meeting of all those interested. Then the work began. Not only was
much research necessary, but many hours were spent in practice. From the sixteen
diligent workers two teams were finally chosen.
Members of the afhrmative team were George Stauss, Richard Eney, and
Alan Thompson. Joan VVorley, Roland Brown and Catherine Crim made up the
negative team. Roland and Catherine were old hands at the game, having been
members of the team that won the state championship in 1947. The question this
year was "Ref0lvfd: That the Federal Government Should Require Arbitration of
Labor Disputes in All Basic American Industriesfl
Just before Ifaster vacation school ehrninations xvere held for the reading,
speaking, and spelling contests. Cynthia Edwards and Clinton Rivers were selected
to represent the schoolin the prose reading contests. Jeanne Tlootnian took top
honorsin poetry reading.
VVinners in the public-speaking contests were Irene Sawyer, who talked
about the problems ofa teen-age girl and Elmer Booth, who attempted to convince
us that universal military training was not contrary to the American tradition.
Last, but certainly not least, for there was more competition here than in
any other contest, was spelling. Nancy Lee Ball came in first by spelling correctly
QQ of the loo words given.
DEBATE TEAMS, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Negative-Catherine Crim, Roland Brown, joan Worley
Affirmative-George Stauff, Richard Eney, Alan Thompfon
chool Lea ue
SPEAKERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Irena Sawyer, Elmer .RIiADliRS, LEFT TO IlIGHTZ Cynthia Edward:
Boothf, Narzfy Ball, .Milf Ijngfemazz, SPUIIJOF Clinton Rwfrf, jfazzrze llootnzan
DEBATE CLUB, SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill .Mapleg Clzarlef Afhffon, Illiff Sfhurb, Coarhg Crare Haag,
SECOND Row: Loix Adzefofz, Nita Newvillf, Eula Turner, David Ditto, Irene Sawyer, Rleriam Berrrtt
Again this year Mount Vernon High School was represented on the Americana
CQuiz progrann sponsored by the YVHkinsQRogers hlnhng Cknnpanyt of VVashington,
D. C. Although this program was on the air for only half an hour the preparation re-
qunedlong hoursofstudy and pracdce.
The school was to send a team of five members to the program to compete with
a similar team from another high school in this area. Miss Whitt, who was responsible
for seeing that Mount Vernon had a well-coached team, managed to ind nine students
who agreed to study American history in hopes of getting on the radio program. This
group ofrnneinduded Ha Jane Benneug Ehner Boodn Cyndna Edwmrdg Jeanne
Hootman, Anne McDonald, Phyllis Mcinturif, Beverly Reller, George Stauss and
Gardner Van Scoyoc. These students met once a week and at this time Miss VVhitt
quizzed them and kept each personls score. The members of the Civics class also con-
tributed some questions which very often stumped the nine students who were supposed
to know all about American history.
Mount Vernon was scheduled to appear on the program on December I3 and as
that day drew near, Miss Whitt was faced with the problem of choosing five out of the
It was a difficult decision to make but the final team was composed of Ila Jane
Bennett, Jeanne Hootman, Anne McDonald, Beverly Reller, and Gardner Van Scoyoc.
team from Fairfax High School. lVir. Edward Boykin, who originated and conducted the
prograrn explained the niethod ofscoring and gave both tearns a"pep talkf'
There were hard questions and easy onesg the battle was fast and furious but when
it was all over, Fairfax came out on top, a few points ahead of the lvlount Vernon team.
Even though they didnit win, they made a good showing and it was an experience which
everyone on the team will long remember.
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bzvzrly Relief, ffanrzz Hootman, Gzorg: Smurf, Cynlhia Edwardr,
,Elmfr Boothf, Annf 1llrDona!d, Phyllzlr Mrlrzturj, and lla fam' Benrzfft.
STANDING: Gardner fan Scoyof, Mix: Wlzitl, fponror.
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To many a youth and
Dancing in the chequc-r'd
Laugh and the World
laughs with youg
Weep, and you weep
The great end of life is
1 "The sense of being well
A feeling of inward tran-
"Knowledge is a treasure
But practice is the key
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Mort Likely Z0 Succeed
GARDNER VAN ScOYOc
"The stone that is rolling
Can gather no moss."
"POpularity? It is gloryls
"Cheerfulness and content
are great beautifiers,
And are famous preservers
of youthful looks."
"There is Often as much
Not being led as in not
In quietness and in confl-
Shall be your strength."
The Old Testament
"True wit is nature to
What Oft was thought, but
ne'er sO well expressed."
Brit All Jround
i'Live as if you expected to
live a hundred years,
But might die tomorrowf'
Zlloft Ouli-ta nding
GARDNER VAN SCOYOC
NGreat minds have pur-
Others have wishes."
"A little amateur painting
Shows the innocent and
UTO loaf is a science to
loaf is to live."
No man can think well of
Who does not think Well of
One may live without
Not without roses."
'We are the music makers,
We are the dreamers of
"Ever woman is infallible
to be gained by every
sort of Hattery, and
every man, by one sort
WVithout an original there
can be no imitationf,
h0'S Who Allllllll the eniors
GARDNER VAN SCOYOC KA'PHRYN XVEAVER
CHARLES GEORGE PHYLLIS NICINTURFF
Midi Mann! Wefman
KATH 1gx'N XKVHA
ROSE XIARIE DNVYER
Twins in chool
KIRS. LENORA L. PINGLEY Miss KATHLEEN DEPUE MRs.DEss1E P. SETZER
BETSY BEALE5 BETTY BEALES JOYCE SCUDDER JANICE SCUDDER
AIOHN FLETCHER -IOYCE FLETCHER INLATIILEEN COOK AILEEN COOK
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CHAR1,IE THoMAs, Captain lX'lR. LEE, Coach KENNETH EVERRITT,
hilost valuable player of 194.7
.luhns0n's Instructions Bring Decrease in Injuries
ln thinking our the past football season, we discovered one person who has received little, but deserves
quite a bit of reco'nit' M .Sl L. h f ' ' ' ' e ' ' ' '
g ion, r ierman Jo nson of Arlington, Virginia. He is a well-known First-aid instructor,
la 'er and um ire and has been thus in this vicinity for uite some time.
P i . p U, , . fl
At the beginning of the past season he was appointed trainer of our football team That is he ave the
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players instructions on how to prevent injuries and how to take care of them if they should occur. lt was his job
t k h b . l ' ll ' ' ff ' '
o eep t e oys p tysica y ht and in shape for games. Mr. johnson was very well qualified to keep the boys phy-
sically lit and in shape for games and in the conditioning work and treating of injuries. ln years before Mt.
Vernon has had quite a few serious injuries and many minor ones during the football season. This year there were
few of either kind, and for this fact, we owe our thanks to Mr. johnson. This has been the hrst year that Mt.
Vernon has been fortunate enough to have a trainer and it is certainly hoped that he will be back again next season.
The coaches and players, as well as the school in general would like to extend their sincere gratitude to Mr.
johnson for this wonderful job he performed this seasoniwhich aided so greatly in the making of aisuccessful team.
Mount Vernon, 13iMontgomery Jr. College, 21
Mount Vernon opened the season against a strong team of many former high school stars. The Maryland
visitors took a 7-o lead in the first period. lt was a pass from Rolfe to Foley in the end zone. The point after was
made by Smith, their captain. Mount Vernon came back with a pass from Hartman to -lenkins, who carried it
over the goal. Then a pass from Duvall to Everritt was good for the point. That was the end of the scoring for the
first h alf.
Three plays after the half Montgomery Jr. College moved to a 14-7 lead. Rolfe took the kick-off from
his six to the Majors' twenty-five. Palmer carried it to the eighteen. Then Rolfe went over on a center plunge. ln
the third quarter, Palmer threw a twenty-eight yard pass to Bobbit for a touchdown. Smith kicked the point.
liveritt scored for Mount Vernon on an end run in the last quarter. That left the score, M. V. 13, M. C. 21.
lXlount Vernon, IZAGOHZQQH, 26
Mount Vernon's second game was with Gonzaga Prep of Washington. Gonzaga made their first touchdown
in the hrst three minutes of play. Johnny Hogan took the ball over on a thirty-five yard reverse. The try for the
extra point was no good. The score was still 6-o at the end of the half.
On the kick-off at the beginning of the second half, Everritt raced eighty yards for a touchdown. The try
for the extra oint was no d k' h - - '
p goo , ma ing t e score 6 6. Buckingham made the second touchdown for Gonzaga on an
end run. j. Hogan made the point. Gonzaga came back with another score after recovering a Nlount Vernon fumble.
D. Hogan carried it over. Mount Vernon came back with a pass from Hartman to Everritt, who ran thirty-five yards
to pay dirt. Gonzaga came back again in the last period to score, making it 26-12 in their favor.
Mount Vernon, o-Devitt Prep, 32
The Mount Vernon Majors met a powerful Devitt Prep team in their third game. Devitt got the first breaks
by recovering a fumble on the kick-off. That set up the Hrst touchdown. Baumgartmer made the score on a short
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FIRST Row, SEATED, LEFT TO RIGIl'lxZ S. Craig, W. RVHl'1'E71, IM. Gordon, R. Flmflzum, IV. Young, L. llarley, E. llfflflz, E
IVEJI, C. Nfwoille, L. Bunch, R. llafle, ll. Sl67lE71J', L. Roffif, R. l1ZHZZZ'71gf07Z, Stoofr.
SECOND Row, STANDING: H. Lff, Coachg II. 1VheeI.er, AI6l7lCZgE7',' C. Thomaf, K. Evfrritt, D. Cook, P. Norifrnlk, R. R0gt'1',f, E
.4lco7'1z,P. Nflfmz, E. Alfowz, D. Difto, Stewart, Cathay, C. Coopfr, lluglzf, S. Swii, RIlfLZ!'fJfR,'fl,fj'l'.Yf61l1fCYOLICLZ
TIIIRD Row, STANDING: C. George, P. Thompfoaz, IV. jfnkim, E.0d.enwa!df1-, j. Shirzault, R. 1loga11,C. Van Scoyoc, R. Sapp
R. Brown, T. .McC1'ea1'y, B. Sparky, W. Noffolk, W1 lludfon, E. Atkirzfozz.
Mr. LEE, Coach CIIARLIE GEORGE, ILHAPPYLL LEE, Mafcot R. WADDELL, H. XVHEELER, L. SCHXVARZ
Most valuable player in 'fhqnksgiving Game K. BARNHILL, .Uanagery
MR. LANDES, Prmrzpal
HAROLD "NosE' HARTMAN, back: senior:
weight, 175: 4 years. Expert pass slinger and
high-spirited player. Captain of 1946 team
and also selected for All High All Prep in 1946,
WILLIAM "T1cKEY,' YOUNG, guard: se11ior:
weight, 175: 3 years. A fast charger and a hard
hitter. Keeps team pepped up and can always
be relied on.
KENNETH HKATESi, EVERRITT, back: junior:
weight, 175, 2 years. A powerful runner: led
state in scoring this year. Ran 80 yards on a
kickoff against Gonzaga. Voted most valuable
1947 player by team mates.
ROBERT ULITTLE HOOVERyl SPARKS, back:
Freshman: weight, 175: 2 years. Developed
into a very good runner. Nfade many long
gains during season. Expected to do even
better next year.
WILLIAM HBEE BEEN WARREN, tackle: senior:
weight, 204: 3 years. Heaviest man on squad.
Great help in strength of the line.
lX4ARvIN "PIG,'G0RD0N,guarcl: seniorzweight,
163:15 years. Great help in forward wall. Smart
lineman, who kept his eye On the ball. Hard
to keep out of opponents back Held.
CHARLIE HEGGH THOMAS, back: senior:
weight, 158: 2 years. Smart signal caller.
Helped in many games. Tossed final touch-
down pass in Fairfax gan1e. Captain Of 1947
JOHN UNOSE JUNIORU CATIIEY, back: senior:
weight, 160: 3 years. Hard runner who always
has his heart in the game. Made long gains
PAGE iiTILLIE,i rlll'IOMPSON, end: senior:
weight, I6O: 2 years. Proved to be an expert
pass receiver. Caught several touchdown
passes. Had honor of making last touchdown
ofthe year in Fairfax game.
WILLARD HLARDIEU JENKINS, back: senior:
weight, 170: 3 years. Came through with long
gains when needed most. Fast breaking
runner who was hard to bring down.
CHARLIE iiGORGEOUS,, GEORGE, center: senior:
weight, 168: 3 years. Best line backer in
these parts. Saved many games by his hard
tackles. Voted as the most outstanding player
in Fairfax game.
SHELTON 4'SQU1RREL" CRAIG, end: junior:
weight, 140: 2 years. Good pass receiver, who
caught many touchdown passes. Hardest
hitting player on team.
EARL HSONNIEH ALCORN, guard: senior:
weight, 150: 2 years. A hard hitter who
proved a big help in every game. Threw lots of
teams for lost yardage. Was converted to a
back in last couple of games.
'THOMAS HNIACM NICCREARY, tackle: senior:
weight, 175: 3 years. Broke up many plays with
his extra hard tackling. He is also a good
pass receiver when moved to an end.
PAUL UPUNKH NELsoN, back: senior: weight,
155: I year. Fast breaking runner. Good man
on defense, suffered a sprained ankle which
kept him out of two games.
QUINCY "BULLDOo'l STOVER, end: junior:
weight, ISO: 2 years. Good pass snagger.
hlajors are depending on him next year to
come through. Likes football better than any-
one in school.
GORDON 'fHoUND" COOPER, guard: junior:
weight, 148: 1 year. A good man to have on
the line. Proved extra good on defense. Re-
covered a fumble behind the goal in Wood-
ward Prep game.
RAYMOND HIQEDSH HUNTINGTON, back: senior:
Weight, I6O:3 years. Good blocker and always
played hard. He proved good on defense in
the Bullis game when he intercepted two
ROBERT "BOB" SAPP, back: senior: weight
174: 1 year. Extraordinary kicker. Helped
save some games by his long punts. He also
was good on defense.
IROBERT NFLINCHH FLINCHUM, back: senior:
weight, 158: 3 years. Came through every
game with high spirits. Good blocker and also
very alert on defense.
DAVID HCOOKIEM COOKE, tackle: junior:
weight, 165: I year. Hard player who stopped
many plays at scrimmage line. Played first
time in Montgomery junior College game.
Good prospect for next year.
AIAMES " BOOGIEH SHINAULT, back: sophomore:
weight, 140: I year. Although light he broke
loose for many gains. Will be better next year.
Made a lot of good runs in Devitt game.
WILLIANI '4l3II,I,Y" NoRIfOI.R, back: senior:
weight, 145: 2 years. Although he started late
iII thc season he got into shape very quick.
He proved to be a help many times because
of his speed. Made several long gains iII
N. T. S. game.
PAUL ":IE'r', NORFOLK, back: freshman:
weight, I25: 2 years. Good broken field runner.
Signal caller and passer for the J. V. Expecting
to improve more next year.
LOUIS 'fFLoss1E" Rossrn, center: freshman:
Weight, 175: 2 years. Has improved very much
through the year. Proved to be helpful when
needed. Learned many things that will be
helpful next year.
HERBEIlT iiHERBH STEVENs, tackle: senior:
weight, 145: 3 years. He never missed a day
of practice and could always be counted on to
give his best.
ROLAND HBROWNIEH BRONVN, tackle: seIIior:
Weight, I8O: I year. Because of his size he
proved to be a big help. He knew how to use
his weight and was hard to move.
GARDNER "YAN'l VAN Scovoe, center: senior:
weight, 155: 1 year. Good player and could
be depended upon at any time.
RIcIIARD NBUDDYN ROGERS, guard: seIIior:
weight, 135: 2 years. Put his heart in the
LOUIS HARLEX', back: junior: weight, 13o:
1 year. Diligcnt, always out for practice.
CC'0I1Zfl11lt'0! from page N01
run. The line of the Nlajors proved strong and
forced Devitt to pass. Three more touchdowns
were made on passes from Baumgartmer, Beck,
and Taylor. Everritt got off a few good runs for
Mount Vernon, 7-'George XVashington, 31
The Majors dropped a hard-fought game to
the Presidents. We were held scoreless the first
quarter. Hanna made the hrst touchdown in the
second period. The second score was made on a
pass from Fones to Via. That left the score I2-o
at the half, favor of George Washington.
Hanna carried the ball over for another
George Washington Touchdown in the third
quarter. Fones kicked the point making it IQ-O.
Potts made another touchdown for George
VVashington on a reverse. The try for the extra
point was no good. Mount Vernon came back in
the last period to score. Hartman took it over
on an end run. Duvall passed to Thompson for
the point. That left the score 25-7 in favor of
George Washington. Fones made the last score
for George Washington on an end run. His try
for the point was no good. That left the ball
game in a 31-7 victory for the Presidents.
Mount Vernon, 6-Falls Church, O
Mount Vernon came out of the rut by beat-
ing Falls Church in their fifth game. The game
was O-o dead lock for three quarters. The pay-off
drive came after lfverritt returned a punt to the
Falls Cl1lll'ClT48. -lenkins picked up five. liverritt
ran to the 23 after taking a pass from Hartman.
He tried to pass again but was bottled up. He
then shot one to Thompson on the 26, but it was
short of a first down.
Falls Church took over the ball but they
could not move anywhere. They were penalized
half the distance of the goal after three running
plays had failed. Then Hartman passed one to
Thompson for the six points. The try for the
extra point failed. The game ended with Mount
Vernon on top 6-o.
Mount Vernon, o-Fredericksburg, I3
The James Monroe High School team of
Fredericksburg defeated the Majors by a score
of I3-O on October 17. The Majors left Nfount
Vernon High School at 2:30 and arrived at
Fredericksburg late in the afternoon. They
dressed at the Queen Anne Hotel after eating at
The game was very rough and many
penalties were given. Blount Vernon got three
15-yard penalties in a row. In the first half,
Fredericksburg scored on a long pass into the
end zone. On almost the same play they scored
in the second half. One conversion was made.
This was the second league game of the
season. In the first league game, the iX'Iajors
defeated Falls Church.
hfount Vernon, 25-hfontgomery Blair, o
The Majors got even with Blair for the game last year. Kenny Everritt made two touchdowns in the first
three minutes of the game. He raced 38 yards off tackle for the flrst one. Then on the kick-off after the touch-
down, Blair fumbled and a Major lineman recovered. They marched down to the three-yard line, when Everritt
again took the ball over. There were no more points until the last period. Everritt carried the ball over on a short
plunge. The last touchdown was set up by two passes from Hartman, "Lardie" Jenkins made the score on a 6-
yard line buck.
It was the first game the Majors played after shifting into the single wing and Coach Lee was well pleased,
Mount Vernon, 58-Bullis High, I3
The third victory ofthe Nlajors was over Bullis High by an amazing score of58-13. Kenneth led the scoring
role by chalking up six touchdowns. Quincy Stover, Shelton Craig, and "Egg" Thomas each made six points.
Bob Sapp kicked four placements for extra points.
On the very first play from scrimmage Kenneth Everritt ran thirty-eight yards off tackle for the first six
points. Sapp's kick was good. After forcing Bullis to kick, Everritt again went over, this time from the 40. Sapp's
kick was good again.
Shelton Craig ran 45 yards on an end around for the third touchdown. Sapp's kick was good again.
In the second period 4'Egg" Thomas ran 30 yards on a reverse for six more points. Everritt came back with
another score on a 25-yard run. Sapp then kicked his fourth point.
Everitt scored for the fourth time on a thirty-yard end run. This left the score at the half 40-O.
The second half was not as fast as the first. Everritt scored twice more and Quincy Stover made six points
on an end around. Bullis was allowed I3 points in the last half.
Mount Vernon, 24-Falmouth, 6
The Majors took another trip to Fredericksburg, where they played Falmouth. Everritt made one touch-
down, Hartman made two, and Jenkins made one. Falmouth scored in the last few minutes of play.
LEFT TO RIGHT, SITTING: Paul Norfolk, farmer Slzimzult, Gene Newoille, Billy Huglzef, Raymond Huntington, fejrey Slezvart
FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Eddie Welelz, james Conleey, flerbert Sfesienr, Loufr Rorrie, Gordon Cooper, David
D1TTo, BUDDY EVERLY.
SECOND Row, LEFT T0 RIGHT, STANDING: Sonny Scott, Carl Hayle, Louir Harley, R0be1lHog11n, PauI1YeZJ'orI, Ecerelt Aleorn.
Mount Vernon, 33--Manassas, 6
The Majors swamped the Manassas team on a muddy held. Shelton Craig made one touchdown, Jenkins
one, Everritt made two, and there was also one more made. Sapp kicked three points.
Mount Vernon, 44-Woodward, Prep 6
In the first minutes of the game Everritt, Thomas, and Sparks drove 60 yards down field. Everritt scored on a
six yard end run and Sapp booted the point. Everitt made the second score after another sixty-yard drive. Gordon
'LHound " Cooper made the third touchdown by recovering a fumble behind the goal. Woodward came back in the
second period after a seventy-yard march. Thompson made their touchdown. Earl Alcorn intercepted a pass on the
Five-yard line and stepped over for another lNIount Vernon score.
In the third period, Shelton Craig recovered another fumble in the end zone for a touchdown. The last two
touchdowns were made by Odenwalder and Everritt. Odenwalder intercepted a pass and ran thirty-live yards for
the score, Everritt made his on another off tackle run.
lXIount Vernon, 327NHIiOl18l Training School, O
Hartman's passes accounted for three Major touchdowns. Kenny Everritt scored I2 points. It was the Majors'
sixth straight win. In the first quarter Everritt scored on an OH tackle play. Page Thompson kicked the point. In
the same period Thompson took a 35-yard pass from Hartman and ran twenty more yards for the tally.
In the second period Hartman slung a 4o-yard pass that was snagged on the I5 and carried over by Thompson,
There were no scores in the third period. Billy Norfolk took the ball on a reverse and went for forty yards. He was
stopped on the one-yard line. A couple of plays later he carried it over for six points. In the same period Everritt
scored two more touchdowns, but only one counted. The other was called back for holding. He made the last one
with a pass from Hartman to the thirty-live yard line where Everritt carried it the rest of the way. Some of the
outstanding players for Mount Vernon were: Everritt, Hartman, Thompson, Jenkins, Sparks, Young, Warren and
FIRST Row, SEAT!-in: D. Fafrlzizza, fufzmrm, R. Crump, D. Pr1'zZu'y, IV. Brymzl, W. Coen, D. Iiiar.
SECOND Row, S1-QATHD: IV. Strukw, Wright, fllzfxfy, B. Ifleifrf, B. llamfkamp, B. Siurw, D. Prim, Rosf.
'IlHIRD Row, S'rANu1Nc:: Cnavfi Roflzwrlf, IV. fllorgan, P. Rnbrrtf, rl. Robwtr, R. Soloi, Daeif, If Ilzzwvzfr, T. S1'I1gIFf071
II". QJIIIYJIII, B. jfnkiuf, Dart, .eluzfrlfznl CIUIICII C. CO7'lliU7l.
FoL'R'1'n Row, SEA'I'I'lDI flfarmgrr ll. 1I,y!It'."Ir'I', C. Cfirnn, U. AIUIIUII, B, Illz'Cra1u, C. Ray, T. Ayrff, L. Fiflf, C. Sanborn
Il. Tnlbo1r,j. Bfunf.
XIISSINIJZ C. ITIFLIIII, .z'.r.fifrm1I Cmirlz.
hfount Vernon, 20-Fairfax, I5
lt was a hard-fought game all the way,
The Majors won on the very last play of thc
game. It was the second Thanksgiving Day
game between the two teams. Fairfax led at
the half 2-O. End Jimmy Gleason tackled
Everritt in the end zone for the only two points
of the half. In the third period Warren re-
covered a F, H. S. fumble on the forty-yard line
and the hlajors marched to the one yard line.
There they were held for downs. Fones punted
to the forty-four, where Mount Vernon took
over the ball.
They then drove fifty-six yards for the
score. Everritt picked up fifteen off tackle,
Hartman chucked thirty-five yards to Mc-
Creary and then Everritt Went over on an off
tackle play. Thompson booted the extra point.
Then Fairfax came back for a touchdown. They
drove sixty yards to score. There were two
passes from Roseberry to Fones, another pass
to Tomlinson, and then Garner went over.
Fones converted and Fairfax again lead 9-7.
jenkins intercepted a Fairfax pass and
after a clipping penalty the Majors moved
seventy yards for another score. There was a
pass to Thompson, Sparks picked up five, and
then Everritt ran thirty yards to the tally. On
the next play Everritt went over. The kick was
blocked. The Majors then led I3-9.
jim Garner of Fairfax took the kick-off and
ran seventy yards for a F. H. S. touchdown. It
was the best run of the game. Fones missed the
point. Fairfax again led I5-I3. 'fEgg" Thomas
chucked the winning touchdown pass to Thomp-
son as the game ended.
Center Charlie George was awarded the
annual Stuart Saffelle trophy for being the out-
standing player for the Majors. There was no
doubt in anyonels mind about the awarding of
the trophy for George was a sensation on de-
fense, as a line blocker.
M. V. H. 0 o 7 I3 zo
H. 2 o 7 6 I5
. K New
-. ups r
Girl ' Ba ketball
l"imN'1' Row, LEFT 'ro RIGHT: IV. Illilclzzuzz, B. Over-ly, E. Cook, R. Dwyer, L. Paiazfrr, E. Yowfll,
D. judy, E. Turnfr.
SECOND Row, LIQFT 'ro Rll2ll'I'.' P. Rubfrli, K. FXFFIIUV, ill. lfflllfhlllll, Ill. Srfzrafr, A. Rilfy, S. Ilaffifzgf,
Although the Majorettes were handicapped due to the lack of facilities,
they had a rnost successhd seasong having I3 udns,four kmses and one de.
Other than the school league, the Majorettes played in the Alexandria
League. Although they conqMeted against niuch rnore expedenced playerg they
stHlcanm outthhd hitheleague
M155 PRIME, .JIJAI-.ffdllf Miss XVAID, Cfiaflz
NJXNCH' CYFLAHERTY, illamzgfr
BlARG.'XRl'iT FI,INcrII'xI EI.IzAI2I2II-I YlJXX'EI.I JIQAN ALCOFK KENT FLEENOR ALICE Rll.lfX'
Guard Guard Bonny C.xHooN Guaril Guard
Blount Vernon ,....
Ho me Team
1948 chedule and cores
Falls Church .....
james Blonroe ....
Falls Church .....
James Blonroe ,....
Fairfax. . .
Herndon. . .
Lyles .... . .
G. A. A .....
G. A. A .....
G. A. A .... .
BETTY OVERLY EDXVINA Moss EULA TURNER MARIE SCI-IROER Rosie MARIE DIv'fIzR
Forward Forward Forward Forward For-ward
y ' Ba kethall
FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT:
D. Cook, L.Warfo11, R. Hard-
ing, L. Hutfh1'nI01z.
BACK Row, LEFT TO RIGHT
R. Sapp, T. MfCrfary,
C. Half, E. Odfnwalder,
FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT
B. ',f'lIRl'll5, R. Waddzflf
R. Kaufman, R. C. Ilarrif
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT
B. Pfzfti, C. f1fRi71f077,
L. Roifir, Bfafffy,
FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT
f. Shinauli, j. Bfaffly
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT
f. Illarklfy, T. Mrdulzff
IV. Wurrrn, H. Whffler
-..W y,., ,,,.
LESTER VVATSON ROBERT Haanmc THOMAS McCR1f:A1u' L.xRRv Horriuzrz EDGAR ODENWALDER
GH Gfd Guard Forward Fo1"1va1'd Center
1948 chedule and cores
Date llomf Teapz Slillff' Opponent Sr
January Nlount Vernon. .. ... 26 Falmouth. . . .. ...
january hlount Vernon. .. ... 40 Falls Church. . . .. ...
January hlount Vernon. .. ... 38 Fredericksburg. , . .. ...
january Mount Vernon. .. ,.. 37 Devitt ...,. .... ...
January Mount Vernon. .. ... 38 Falls Church. . . .. ...
january Mount Vernon... ... 28 Fredericksburg. . . .. ...
February Mount Vernon. .. ... 34 Central ..... .... ...
February Mount Vernon. . . . . , 48 Falmouth. , . . . . .
February Mount Vernon... ... 27 Devitt Prep.. .. ...
February lVIount Vernon. .. ... 34 Gonzaga. . . .. ...
February Mount Vernon. .. ... 45 Fairfax. . . .. ...
February Mount Vernon. . . ... 30 Occoquan. . . . ...
February Mount Vernon. .. ... 34 Manassas. . . .. ...
February Mount Vernon. , . . . . 35 Gonzaga. . . . . .
February Mount Vernon. .. ... 35 Manassas ........,. . .. . ...
February Mount Vernon. ,. ... 32 George Washington.. . ............
March Mount Vernon. . . . . . QQ Herndon ........... . . .Q'I'our.j
March Mount Vernon. ,. . . . 46 Fairfax .,.. .... I 'I'our.J
D.xv1D Coox ROBERT SAPP RAY Goornuv. Mafzawr Ltzox Hritnusox CARTER HALL
Guard Forward MR, ROTHROCK, Cough Forward Forward
uno ram Club
SEAT!-iD, LIEI-'T TO IRIGHTS Mr. Lee, G. Van Scoyoe, M. Mo:hz'er, T. lVIcCreary, B. Ooerly, C. Tliomaf
j. Frinkf, II. Sferrerzf, D. Weaver, B. Rogerf, R. Dwyer, B. Flirzrhum, K. Fleenor, B. Sapp, A. Cook
B. Warren, E. Turner, D. Coole, Mirr Wa1'd.
FIRST Row, STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHTS L. Harley, Crabtree, E. Odenwalaler, S. Hartingf, Phillipf
B. Crump, K. Weaver, II. Hartman, A. Dodd, W. jenlzz'r1.r,f. Tueker, R. Brown, A. Riley, Calhey
K. Coole, H. Wlzeeler.
SECOND Row, STANDING, LEFT T0 RIGlIT.' Alrorrz, B. Norfolk, P. Norfolk, S. Craig, W. Young
L. ROJ'.S'1.K, C. George, E. Mori, P. Thompforz, R. MOffl.I, R. W'adell, C. Cooper, N. Shiflett, Q. Stover,
K. Everritt, B. Sparlef, Shiriault, R. Ifunfirigtori.
In 1946 the Monogram Club was organized. At first, the membership
was restricted to persons holding two or more athletic letters. lt was changed
later so that a person holding one athletic letter was eligible for membership.
A committee was appointed and drew up a constitution by which the members
The purpose of this Club is to bring the holders of athletic awards closer
together to further a general desire, this desire being to promote further the ideals
of hdrnesg good sportsnianship and the abihty Unlose or uun uuth a grnt
This Club is not for boys exclusively but girls holding one or more athletic
letters are ehgible to join. lyersons holding tvvo or niore letters are ehgible to
take part in the voting activities.
Two years on squad
9. SHIRLEY HASTINGS
One year on squad
2. JEVERNA 'TUCKER
One year on squad
6. ANNE Donn
One year on squa
Io. DOROTHY WE
One year on squad
3. JEAN FRINKS
Secretary and Treasurer
Two years on squad
7. JAMES PHILLIPS
d One year on squad
AVER II. JOAN CRABTREE
One year on squad
5.RosE NIARIE DWYER
4. KATHLEEN Cook
One year on squad One year on squad
8. BETTY OVERLY
One year on squad
I2. AILEEN Cook 13. XIARJORIE KIOSHIER
One year on squad Captain
Three years on squad
YARS ITY SQUAD
S15A'1'1-:1J,L1+:FT'r0 R1c911'1': H. Fffnfhum, lf. Ijllvlbf, D. Cookf, N. Slzzjfeil, B. Crump, T. fW6Creary
P. Tlumzpmn, P. Norfolk, C. Young, L. llarlfy.
STANDING, I.r11fT'ro Rlcsrrrz Mr. LN, Coorlzq S. Craig, K. livfrritt, M. GorzZo11,j. Cathay, R. Sapp
C. Thomaf, IV. jnfohf, C. Clark, R. lIu11tI1zgton.
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Keeps us Posted AIORRIS
Bffore tlzr Came' Our Pitffzerf Oltffffdfff Sgniorf
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Dale Home Tfam Scon'
APRIL 2-Mount Vernon High .... H
APRIL 6-Mount Vernon High ..,, , H
APRIL 7-Mount Vernon High .,,,.. H
APRIL 9-Mount Vernon High .... , H
APRIL I6wlWount Vernon High .,.. . H
APRIL I9-Mount Vernon High .... , H
APRIL 20-Mount Vernon High ....., H
APRIL 21-Mount Vernon High ..,. H
APRIL 23-Mount Vernon High .,,. . H
APRIL 26-Mount Vernon High .... . H
APRIL 27-Mount Vernon High ,,.. . H
APRIL 28-Mount Vernon lligh .... . H
APRIL 30-Mount Vernon High .... . H
lX'IAY I-Mount Vernon High ..., . H
NIAY 3-Mount Vernon High ..,. . HH
lVIAY 4-Mount Vernon High ,... . H
lVlAY 5-Mount Vernon High .... . H
MAY 7-Mount Vernon High ...... H
MAY 8-Mount Vernon High ,... . H
MAY 4IO-lVIOUI'lf Vernon High .... . H
lVIAY II-Mount Vernon High ..... H
MAY I4-Mount Vernon High .,.. H
NXIAY I5-Mount Vernon High ,... -H
May l7'lX4Ol1Ilt Vernon High ,,.. , H
MAY I8-Mount Vernon High ...... H
MAY IQ4A!IOUI'lt Vernon High .... , H
MAY 2I'fA'IOLll1t Vernon High ,... . H
MAY 22-AIOUHI Vernon High .... H
MAY 25-Mount Vernon High ..,,.. H
NIAY 26-Mount Vernon High ,... . H
MAY 28-Mount Vernon High .... , H
MAY 29-Mount Vernon High ..,. H
JUNE 2-Mount Vernon High ....., H
JUNE 4-Mount Vernon High .,.. H
Falls Church ,..,.
Spotsylvania .... . . .
George Washington.. ,
Eastern .... ..,.,..
Woodward Prep .....
Falmouth. . .
Fredericksburg . ,
Falls Church ........
Washington and l,ee ,
Eastern .... . ..... .
Spotsylvania .,.. . , .
George Washington., .
Fairfax ....,.. . . .
Woodward Prep ,.,..
Central , . ..,.. . .
Fredericksburg ,. .
Glen Allen ,.....
Glen Allen ........
Occoquan .... ....,
WVashington and Lee. .
Gonzaga, ........ . . . H
Gonzaga. . , .
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SIQATICIJ, LIiF'rT0 RIGHT: R, Tlmmaf, lf. ,lfL'IA7'I.YUlI, L. Ro.f.rz'e, W. Sulliczrzfz, Mfffzr, L. Bzuzrlz, T. Quigfey,
P. ljllllgflfflll. IV. SffLlfL't'. C. .YFlL"L'l-LLP.
S'I'ANlJlEG,gI7'1l"'l' TO Rlcslrrz S. Cmffrry. ll. Orff. 1. 01141, F. Lmrzy, C. Sfuuff, Ur. lludfmz, lf. Jlmrlz,
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Eighth Grade Team
S1iA'1'1in, LEFT 'ro R101-IT: L. Dodd, Davzlr, Satterwlzite, II. Xortwz, D. Faccfziua, Darr, D. fziolette,
D. Penn, fllmzrof, J. Dafwozz, Blunt, R. Paluzfr.
STANDINQJ, LEFT TO Ric:-IT: 11. .ilagzzezg R. Ufarwirk, R. Crump, lVrz'glzr, D. ffm, L. Fifi, Darr,
C. 1l'1'r1lfr:c'frp, Sf1zLfffe'Zt, Bf1zdfr, T. .1fyz'r.f, Ifoodarcf, B. fefzkizzf, Ilffiller.
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Bollinger, D. Giles, A. Riley, K. Fleenor, R. Dwyer, M. Flinehum, B. Orferly,
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Bungard, E. Regan, D. Genrilini, j. Woodward, L. Malpfuf, B. Maxey,
f. Leifner, P. Pipkinf.
Dare Opponefzt Time Plare
APRIL 6-Manassas .... I:30 Home
APRIL 9-G. W. A. A. .... ,.. 3:45 There
APRIL 21-Falls Church .... .. . 4:00 Home
APRIL 23-W. L. ......... ... 3:30 There
APRIL 28wCulpeper. .. .. 3:15 There
APRIL 30-Fairfax .... . . . 2:00 There
MAY I-Falmouth .... . . 6:00 Home
lXIAY 3-Falmouth .... . . . 6:00 There
lhflAY 7fW. L. ..... ,.
lXlAY II-Falls Church.
lX'lAY I4-Fairfax ,....
NTAY I8-Culpeper ....
NIAY 21-G. W. A. A...
lNlAY ZZTNIHHRSSHS . . .
26-Occoquan . . .
A1133 WAID , N. O'FLAI-IERTY
Coach J. GRIFFIN
FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Alcorn, H. Steoenf, Shinault, R. Hogan, E. Cojfy, O. Bearley,
H. Otif, Markley, f. Conleey, B. Norfolk.
SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT! D. Kaufma1z,Manager,'G. Cooper, B. Sparlef, H. Wheelfr, T. Mcdulijf,
E. Odenwalder, B. Warrzfz, Darr, H. Hartman, R. Harding, E. Booth, Mr. Rothrocle, Coarlz.
APRIL 22-Falls Church-Mt. VernoniG. W. VJ at G. W.
APRIL 30-District Class B Meet at Woodberry Forest
MAY 6wFa1ls Church-Mt. Vernon-Episcopal Q. VJ at Episcopal
MAY 7 and 8-Metropolitan Meet at VVilson
MAY II-W. 8a L.-Fairfax-EpiscopalsMt. Vernon at G. W.
MAY 28-Mt. VernonfFairfaX at Fairfax
HAROLD HARTMAN BOB SPARKS
100-Yard Darlz Shot Put
LEFT TO RIGI-IT: B. Norfolk, B. Sparky, E. Odfnwalder, H. Hartman, G. Cooper, j. Shinault
EARL AUGUST ALCORN, JR.-Sonny-Route No. 4
Box 253, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Football and
Hunting. Ambition: To get rich by not working hard.
Monogram Club, 2 years: Varsity Football, 3 years:
Weight Team, I year: J. V. Baseball, 2 years.
JEAN KATHLEEN ALLEN-jeanif-I5 Bell View
Avenue, Fairhaven, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby:
Dancing and Ice Skating. Ambition: Private Nurse.
Glee Club, 2 years: Home Ec, 2 years.
ROGER HUGH ANDERSON-R0g67'fU-65-D Gray's Hill
Village, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. Hobby: Hunting and
Fishing. Ambition: To be an architect and also go to
the R. I. T.
THoMAs WESLIE BARRINGTON-Tommy-Route No I,
Lorton, Virginia. Hobby: Loving. Ambition: Get
married and have I2 kids. Football, I year: Substi-
tute Bus Driver, I year.
DORIS LEE BELL-Dottif-Route No. 5, Box 78,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Johnny. Ambition:
To be a good secretary. Pep Squad, I year.
ILA JANE BENNETT-Liza jane-Box IIS, King's
Highway, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Dancing.
Ambition: School Teacher. Library Club, 2 years:
Home Ec Club, I year: Paper Staff, I year: Pep
Squad, I year.
JOSEPH FRANKLIN BOLLINC5ER'gDil1!?3l'-ROULC No. 5,
Box 284, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Belonging to
the Franconia Fire Dept. Ambition: Try to do
anything that comes before me. Science Club, I year:
Baseball, 4 years.
VIRGINIA LEE BoMKAIxIPf-Ginny-U-I I-B, Ft. Belvoir,
Virginia. Hobby: Oil Painting. Ambition: To learn to
mind my own business,
ELMER WELCONIE BOOTH, JR.-Booth-Route No. 4,
Box 196, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Reading all
war and military books. Ambition: To be a man.
Public Speaking Club, I year: Football, I year, Key
Club, I year: Treasurer of Key Club.
BENJAMINE ISAACH BOVVERS-IJddCh7ROUtG No. 4,
Box 311, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Eating and
Sleeping. Ambition: Brick Layer.
ROLAND HARRY BROVVN7B7'0Z0lZiEiROUtC No. 5,
Box 395, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Collecting
Foreign Money. Ambition: To become a successful
lawyer. Public Speaking Club, 2 years, President,
I year: Paper Staff, 2 years, Feature Editor, I year:
Yearbook Staff, 2 years, Editor, I year: Debate Team,
3 years, State Champion, I year: Football, I year:
Key Club, I year, President, I year: Pep Squad, 2
years: Bus Driver, I year: Prom Committee, I year:
Quill SL Scroll, I year: lVIonogram Club, I year.
EARL REGINAL CARNEAL-Giggale-P. O. Box 814,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Eating Nails. Ambition:
To become an electrical engineer.
JOHN BEVERLY WELFORD CATHEY+.N'05E fr.-Route
NO. 5, Box 452, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Base-
ball, football and sleeping. Ambition: Doctor.
Baseball, 4 years: football, I year: science club, 2 years:
Glee club, 2 years: football manager, Iyear: public
speaking club, I year: monogram club, 2 years: student
government, I year: pep squad, I year: S. P. T. A.,
CARL IVAN CLARK-Skinny-Route No. I, Box 512,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Sleeping. Ambition: To
be a millionaire.
DORIS ANNA CLEhI1D0l'iJ+ROUtC No. 4, Box 560,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Collecting '47 Buicks.
Ambition: Get out of school. Glee Club, I year: Home
Ec. Club, 2 years: Pep Squad, 2 years.
EARL JACKSON COFFEYTSK1Ui7'7'E!'28O8 Duke Street,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Motorcycle Riding.
Ambition: Minister. Glee Club, I year.
ROBERT WALTER COLLINs-Bobby-Lorton, Virginia.
Hobby: Photography. Ambition: Studying photo-
graphy in College. Art Club, I year: Patrols, I year.
AILEEN COOK-Cookie-Lorton, Virginia. Hobby:
Going to good movies, Ambition: To see the world.
Glee Club, 3 years, treasurer, I year: President of the
sophomore class: member ofthe honor society, 2 years:
Cheerleader, I year: Pep Club, I year.
IKATHLEEN COOK-Kitty-Lorton Virginia. Hobby:
Listening to popular music. Ambition: to become a
secretary. Student Government, I year: Glee Club, 2
years: Art Club, I year: President Of junior class:
Secretary of sophomore class: member of honor
society 2 years: Cheerleader, I year: Pep Club, I
CATHERINE KATRINA CRAXVFORIJcmKdfJ"2446 Duke
Street, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Skating. Am-
bition: To be the wOrld's best comedian. Glee Club,
GEORGE WASHINGTON CREIiIJ 7SNlIfI:FfIlOLltC No. 2,
Seminary Road, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Movies
and Baseball. Ambition: Machinist. Art Club, I
CATHERINE ISABELLE CRIM-Kitty-Wellington Villa,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Fashion Illustration,
Swimming, Modeling. Ambition: To marry a million-
aire and have four little play boys. Art Club, I year:
Public Speaking Club, 4 years: debate, 4 years: state
champion I year: student governmentg years, national
honor society, 2 years.
ROBERT CLINTON CRUIxIPfCrzm1p-Route No. I,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Don't have time for
One. Ambition: Professional Baseball. Paper Staff, 2
years, Football, I year: Baseball, 5 years.
HARRY EUGENE DARR-Billy-Route No. 4, Box
IO7-C, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Carving.
Ambition: None. Science Club, I year, president:
President of Wood Carving: Sergeant-at-arms.
I enior Director
HELEN IVIAE DAVIS-Helen-Route No. I, Box 458,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Skating. Ambition:
To become a good skater. Glee Club, I year, Girl
Scouts, 3 years, Secretary.
VILIMA DELoREs DAvIs-Varmin-Route No. 5, Box
474, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Memorizing
Poetry. Ambition: Typist and Housewife.
JOETTA VIRGINIA DAWSON-JO-LOTIOH, Virginia.
Hobby: Dancing. Ambition: Lawyer's Secretary.
Glee Club 3 years, Pep Squad, 3 years, S. P. T. A., I
year, Patrols, I year, Business manager of yearbook
Staff, I year.
RosE NIARIE DWYER-R0fiE-LOftOH, Virginia. Hobby:
Sports. Ambition: To become a teacher in college.
Glee Club, 2 years, Public Speaking 4 years, Monogram
Club, 2 years, Basketball, 2 years, Softball, 2 years,
Honor Society, 2 years, Assistant Sports editor of
Paper Staff, I year, Reporter of paper staFf, I year,
Club Editor of Yearbook Staff, I year, Pep Club, I
year, Cheerleader, I year.
ANNE ELIZABETH Donn-Anne-Route NO. 4, Box
78, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Skating and Swim-
ming. Ambition: Stenographer. Home Ec Club,
reporter, 2 years, Glee Club, I year, Yearbook Staff,
I year, Cheerleader, I year, Pep Club, I year.
ROBERT NIALCOLM DLINCAN-R017ETl1ROUtC No. 5,
Box 276, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Working with
Electricity. Ambition: Electrical Engineer. Science
Club, I year, Spanish Club, I year, Paper Staff, 2
years, Circulating Manager, I year, Patrols, 2 years,
Pep Squad, I year, Football, I year.
BARBARA ANN DYsoNfBabI-Lorton, Virginia.
Hobby: Eating. Ambition: Stenographer. Glee
Club, I year, Home Ec Club, 2 years, Patrols, I year.
CYNTHIA LEE EI:wARDs-Cindy-Route No. 5, Box
33I, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Playing the violin,
Modeling, Collecting Records. Ambition: To be a
research chemist. Americana Quiz, I year, Yearbook
Staff, I year, Art Club, I year, President of home room,
I year, Debate, I year, Science Club, 2 years, Sec.
I year, Public Speaking, 2 years, Paper Staff, 2
years, Editor-in-Chief, I year, Quill and Scroll 2
years, National Honor Society, 2 years, Pep Squad,
DOROTHY MARIE EMBERY1D0lfROUtC No. 4, Box
35, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Reading and pet
fish. Ambition: School Teacher CPhys. Ed.J or Nurse.
Public Speaking, 2 years, Glee Club, 2 years,WOrking
with girl scouts this year because of french girl, Sec.
of Foster Parents Plan in School.
GEORGE ALBERT FENIRIORE-GEOfgKfROUtC No. 3,
Box 44, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Hunting.
Ambition: Go to College. Art Club, I year, Archer
Club, I year, Basketball VJ I year.
ROBERT CLAY FLINCHUM-Fffllfh-ROL1tE No. 5,
Box 265A, Alexandria, Virginia. Ambition: Pro
Baseball. Science Club, I year, Treasurer, Student
Government, I year, Sec. of Safety, Baseball, 3 years,
Football, 3 years.
PATRICK JAMES FRICKLETON-Pat-V-255-B
Gray's Hill Village, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. Hobby:
Monkey with Cameras. Ambition: Go to college
and become an engineer. Key Club, I year, Director.
JEAN ELIZABETH FRINKS'jfd7ZHF'ROUtC 3, Box 2,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Having a good time.
Ambition: To be a model. Cheerleader, 2 years,
Yearbook, I year, Paper Staff, I year.
CHARLES WILLIAM GEORGE-G0l'gK0uI GE07'gE-25
Park Place, Fair Haven, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby:
Shining my trophy. Ambition: Pro Football. Foot-
ball, 2 years, Glee Club, 2 years, Student Government,
MARVIN ANTHONY GoRDONfPig-Lorton, Virginia.
Hobby: Listening to William Youngls Jokes.
Ambition: Pro Football. Football, 4 years, Baseball,
4 years, Basketball, 2 years.
JACK DENIPSEY GRAY-fdfk-BOX 3o8A, Route No. I,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Fishing. Ambition:
To finish school.
JUNE WANDA GRIFFIN-june-Route No. I, Box
224, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Singing and
having i'Hen Parties." Ambition: To be a great
singer. Glee Club, 4 years, Girl Scouts, I year.
DOLORES FAIRFAX GRINISLEY4P74ddi7l,,-LOITOI1,
Virginia. Hobby: Drawing. Ambition: Fashion
Designer. Year Book, I year, Art Club, 3 years,
President I year, Pep Squad, I year.
WILLIANI CARTER HALL-1lall4ROute No. 5, Box 339,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Eating, Sleeping, etc.
Ambition: To live long enough to sec a bus line in
Franconia. Library Club, 2 years, Paper Staff, 2
years, Yearbook, I year, Pep Squad, I year.
ALBERT C. HANSEN'-f1d1Zl?'-ROUtC No. I, Box 522,
Lorton, Virginia. Hobby: Airplanes. Ambition:
Pilot. Baseball, I year.
WILLIAM RUSSEL HARLEY'ROIEbud-ROUtS No. I,
Lorton, Virginia. Ambition: Navy. Science Club, I
year, Pep Club, I year.
VIOLET lX'iAE HARRIS1J0'-ROUtC No. I, Box 385A,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Collecting menus.
Ambition: Beautician. Glee Club, 4 years, Student
Government I year, Home Ec 2 years, Softball, 2
years, Patrols, 2 years.
DORIS LOUISE HARTMAN-Doa Dee-Route No. I,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Writing love letters.
Ambition: A certain blue-eyed boy with peroxide
hair. Glee Club, 2 years.
HAROLD F. HARTMAN-NY0JE1224l N. Wakefield
Street, Arlington, Virginia. Hobby: Eating. Ambition:
Pro Football. Nionogram Club, 3 years, Football,
4 years, Baseball, 2 years.
SHIRLEY HASTINGS-S. H.-O-7I-D Ft. Belvoir,
Virginia. Hobby: Riding and swimming. Cheerleader,
I year, Basketball, I year, Yearbook, I year, News-
paper, 2 years, Quill and Scroll, 2 years, Pep Club,
EVELYN VERNITA HoLLINs-Peggy-Lorton, Virginia.
Hobby: Records. Ambition: Typist. Glee Club, I
year, Girl Scouts, I year, Literary Club, I year, Home
Ec Club, I year.
JEANNE HooTMAN4jeanie-Franconia Road, Alexan-
dria, Virginia. Hobby: Music and riding. Ambition:
Occupational Therapy. Student Government I year,
Public Speaking, 3 years, Glee Club, I year, Honor
Society, 2 years.
CARL PRICE HUDSON1C. P.-Route No. 4, Box 33,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Sleeping whenever I
get a chance. Ambition: to be able to give Mrs. Ames
a week's homework to do for one night. Library Club,
VIRGINIA ANNE HUEFMAN-jenny-Route 5 Box
327 Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Singing. Ambition:
Private Secretary. Glee Club, 4 years, Patrols, I
year, Yearbook, I year, Pep Club, I year, Sec., Senior
Scouts, 2 years.
RAYMOND FRANKLIN HUNTINGToN-Red-Springfield,
Virginia, Route I, Box I3O. Ambition: To go one
year to college. Football, 3 years, Baseball, 2 years,
Basketball, 2 years.
WILLARD JENKINS-Lai-dy-3696 Duke Street, Alexan-
dria, Virginia. Hobby: Eating and sleeping. Ambition:
To get out of school within the next I2 years. Baseball,
2 years, Football, 3 years, Basketball, I year.
MARY VIRGINIA JONES-Ma1'y-Route 5, Alexandria,
Virginia. Hobby: Singing. Ambition: F. B. I. Agent.
Glee Club, 3 years, Sec., I year, Paper Stalf, 2 years,
Pep Squad, I year, Girl Scouts, I year.
GRACE KAI-IN-Gracie-Lorton, Virginia. Hobby:
Learning popular songs as fast as they come out.
Ambition: Nurse. Spanish Club, I year, Pep Squad,
CAROLINA GALE LAMBRIGHTT-Sf07"m'3O Ft. Drive,
Fair Haven, Virginia. Hobby: Drawing, eating
banana splits. Ambition: Missionary. Art Club,
4 years, Girl Scouts, 2 years, Honor Society, 2 years.
OTIS HOUSTON LESTER, IR.,-Otif-Route I, Box II,
Springfield, Virginia. Hobby: Stamp collecting.
Ambition: Airplane mechanic. Glee Club, 2 years,
Patrols, 2 years.
ALICE PATRICIA LEVAY-Pat-F. H. 33, Ft. Belvoir,
Virginia. Hobby: Swimming and dancing. Ambition:
Secretary. Newspaper Club, 3 years, Spanish Club,
I year, Treasurer, Pep Squad, I year.
BONNIE LOU LLOYD-Lu Lu-Box 204, Route I,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Dancing. Ambition:
Stenographer. Glee Club, 3 years, Sec., Library Club,
I year, Pep Squad, I year, Patrol, I year.
ROBERT LYLEs-Bob-7o7 Potomac Avenue, New
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Reading. Ambition:
To give Mrs. Ames a test on "Macbeth," Library
Club, 2 years, Key Club, I year, Sec.
JAMES NIARKLEY-ffm-710 I3th Street, New Alexan-
dria,Virginia. Hobby: Chemistry, Algebra. Ambition:
Mechanical Engineer. Chemistry Club, I year, Stamp
Club, I year.
'THOMAS NEAL MCAULIEFE-Mac-Route I, Box
270, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Boats and motors.
Ambition: Salesman. Art Club, I year, Glee Club, I
NIAXINE MCCANN-PdllROUtC I, Box 514, Lorton,
Virginia. Hobby: Men. Ambition: To learn how to
ice skate. Newspaper Staff, I year, Pep Squad, I year.
THOMAS WEsLEY BIICCREARY-L071g Tom-Route 4,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Eating and sleeping.
Ambition: Pro Baseball. Nlonogram Club, 3 years,
Baseball, 4 years, Football, 2 years, Basketball, 2
BARBARA ANNE McDoNALDHAnne-U-76-B Gray's
Hill Village, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. Hobby: Photo-
graphy, bowling. Ambition: To be a foreign corres-
pondent. Art Club, I year, Spanish Club, I year,
Newspaper Staff, 2 years, Student Government, I
year, Americana Quiz, I year, Quill and Scroll, 2 years,
Pep Club, I year.
PHYLLIS LANE MCINTURFI-'-Phil-I8 Collard Street,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Listening to the radio.
Ambition: Secretary. Glee Club, 2 years, Patrols,
I year, Yearbook, I year, Newspaper Staff, I year,
Student Government, I year, Pep Club, I year, Honor
Society, 2 years, Americana Quiz, I year, Public
Speaking, I year.
BETTY ANN MILSTEAD-Betty Ann-Route 5, Box
234, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Baby sitting.
Ambition: Nurse. Glee Club, 3 years.
DOROTHY VIRGINIA RIONROETSUITE-LOTION, Virginia.
Hobby: Photography. Ambition: Psychiatrist.
Glee Club, 3 years, Treas., Girl Scouts, 3 years, Pres.
GERALDINE MARIE MORGAN-Gerry-Route 4, Box
II, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Popular music.
Ambition: Become a lawyer's secretary.
MARJORIE KATI-IRYN lXfIOSHIER'Ch1'Ckf7l+32 Fair
Haven Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Swim-
ming and diving. Ambition: Housewife.
EDWINA Moss-Wina4ROute 4, Box 379, Alexandria,
Virginia. Hobby: lWusic. Ambition: Pianist Cconcertj.
Basketball, 4 years, Captain, I year, Softball, I year,
Glee Club, 3 years, President I year, Treasurer of
Student Government, I year, Sec. of Senior Class, Pep
Club, 2 years, Yearbook, I year.
SARA CATHERINE NEITZEY-Sara-Mt. Vernon, Vir-
ginia. Hobby: Sports. Ambition: Stenographer.
Glee Club, 3 years, Home Ec Club, I year, Pep Club,
PAUL NELSON-Punk-714 Potomac Avenue, New
Alexandria. Hobby: Loafing. Ambition: Togo to
M. I. T.
WILLIANI ALVIN NORFOLK-Billy-34 Hillcrest Drive,
Fair Haven, Virginia. Hobby: Girls. Ambition:
Graduate from N. C. U. Football, 2 years, Public
Speaking, I year, Library Club, I year, vice president.
NANCY BIAUREEN O,FLAHERTY7jkrK17Z"ROUtC 4,
Alexandria Virginia. Hobby: Horseback riding.
Ambition: College. Glee Club, I year, Library Club,
I year, Home Ee, I year, Pep Club, I year, Softball,
LESTER E. OLIXTSTEDQLBJLS Tausemont Road,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: lNIodel Building.
Ambition: Areonautieal Engineering. Science Club,
I year, Glee Club, I year, Debating Club, I year.
EDWARD STEPHEN O'NEILLAStew-Lorton, Virginia.
Hobby: Photography. Ambition: To amount to
IRVIN EUGENE OTIS-GeiIeASpringHeld, Virginia.
Hobby: None. Ambition: To get out of school.
BETTY JUNE OVERLY-Betty-Spring Bank Manor,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Sports. Ambition:
Model. Yearbook Staff, 2 years, Softball, 2 years,
Basketball, 2 years, Cheerleader, I year, Pep Club,
I year, Monogram Club, 2 years.
JEAN HELEN PENN"-f60117l1'ifU-261-D, Gray,s Hill
Village, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. Hobby: Skating.
Ambition: To become a championship Skater. Glee
Club, 3 years, Paper Staff, I year, Library Club, I year.
MARY ELENDIIR PENN-Shorty-Route 4, Box 202,
Groveton, Virginia. Hobby: Skating. Ambition:
Private Secretary. Glee Club, 3 years.
lh"III.DRl5D ANORA PETERS-Rufly-Route 4, Box 538,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Dancing. Ambition:
To amount to something worth while. G. A. A.
Dramatic Club, 2 years, Ptp Club, 2 years, Treasurer,
LORENE NIAY PEVERILLA-L0l't'776-25 Massey Court,
Fair Haven, Alexandria, Virginia. Ambition: Secretary.
Library Club, 2 years, President, Home Ec, 2 years,
Student Government, I year, Pep Club, I year.
JAMES EDVVARD PHILI.IPs-Mickey-3208 Calvin
Street, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Roller Skating.
Ambition: Oflice Work. Library Club, 2 years, Glee
Club, 2 years, Yearbook Staff, 2 years, Cheerleader,
I year, Pep Club, I year.
JOIINNY PosEY-johnny-Route 5, Box 247, Alexan-
dria, Virginia. Hobby: Riding. Ambition: Pro
Jockey and Horse Trainer. Yearbook Club, I year,
Public Speaking, I year, Glee Club, I year, Patrols, I
BEVERLY JOAN RELLERYSIZOTIJI-641 Fairview
Avenue, Route 4, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby:
Baby sitting and sleeping. Ambition: To be a nurse.
Public Speaking, 3 years, Treasurer, Library Club,
I year, Honor Society, 2 years, Yearbook Club, I
year, Newspaper Staff, I year, Club Editor.
NORMA IQIDGEWAY-Rl-dgZ'f1ROUIC 5, Box IO, Alexan-
dria, Virginia. Hobby: Movies, playing victrola,
dancing. Ambition: Secretary and Travel. Home
Ec Club, 2 years.
TI-IELIIIA JEANETTE IRIDGEVVAYQBM?lAf1.P'ROLlIC 5,
Box I6, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Collecting
Snapshots. Ambition: To become a successful sec-
retary. Home Ee Club, 2 years.
ALICE ANNE RILEY-A-licf-Arcturus, Route I,
Alexandria, Virginia. Ambition: Occupational
Therapist. Science Club, 2 years, Yearbook, I year,
Public Speaking, I year, Glee Club, I year, Basketball,
2 years, Softball, 3 years.
PATRICIA ANN ROBERTS-Pat-Route 5, Box 48,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Sports, stamp collecting,
reading. Ambition: Teacher. Public Speaking, 3
years, Basketball, I year.
BETTY ANN RocERs-Rogfrr-713 Potomac Avenue,
New Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Boat riding,
bowling, and loafing. Ambition: Don't have any.
Student Government, I year, Glee Club, 2 years,
Home Ee Club, 2 years, Pep Club, I year.
RICHARD RooERs-Buddy-Route 5, Box ISI, Alexan-
dria, Virginia. Hobby: Chasing girls. Ambition:
To be a man. Art Club, I year, Science Club, I year,
Home Ee, I year, Baseball, 2 years, Football, 4 years,
Basketball, I year, Reporter, Junior Class.
ELIZABETH RosE-Brtry-Lorton, Virginia. Hobby:
Dancing. Ambition: Stenographer. Home Ec Club,
2 years, Patrols, I year, Pep Club, I year.
ROBERT SAPPQSHPYROUIC 4, Box 354, Alexandria,
Virginia. Hobby: Photography. Ambition: Pro-
fessional Photographer. Baseball, 2 years, Football,
I year, Basketball, I year.
PAUL CLEMENT SAULNIER-Pdu!i1ROUtC I, Box 544G,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Airplanes. Ambition:
Pilot. S. P. T. A., I year, President, Library Club,
I year, Student Government, I year, Judge.
DIXIE RUBY SAWVYER'-D1'fkI.fLU-86-C Stevens Road,
Gray's Hill Village, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. Hobby:
Dancing. Ambition: Secretary, down in Texas.
Paper Staff, I year, Glee Club, 2 years, Pep Club, I
Belvoir, V irginia
SCALISE-fJ7'l171+B-6 Apt. B, Ft.
. Ambition: Teacher.
ll. Ambition: Professional Baseball.
Monogram Club, I year.
FRANCIS SHIRK-Skipper-Route I, Box 69, Lorton,
Virginia. Hobby: Fishing, Target Practice. Ambition:
Lawyer. Public Speaking, 3 years, Doorkeeper.
ANNE KIRK SHOWALTER-,Jnnf-U-89-C Gray's Hill
Village, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia. Hobby: Skating,
horseback riding, Ambition: Model. Glee Club, 2
years, Home Ec, I year, Basketball, I year, Pep Club,
ERNESTINE SIMPSON-Teeny-Lorton, Virginia.
Hobby: Any Sports. Ambition: Nurse. Patrols, 2
years, Home Ec Club, 2 years, Library- Club, I year.
ROBERT HARRIS SIPES, III-Bob-Wellington Villa,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Music. Ambition:
Commercial Artist, to take Miss Williams up Hying.
Glee Club, 2 years, Paper Staff, I year, Yearbook,
JOHN SMITH-johnny-4 Williamsburg Road, Jefferson
Manor, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Music.
Ambition: Newspaper work. Dance band, Glee
JANET LOUISE STEN-janet-Route I, Box 36, Spring-
field, Virginia. Hobby: Dancing, ice skating, photo-
graphy. Ambition: Receptionist. Home Ec Club, I
year, Paper Staff, I year, Library Club, I year.
JAMES HERBERT STEVENS'SfEUl"-ROUIC I, Hollin
Hall, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Sports. Ambition:
Mechanical Engineer. Science Club, I year.
NIARGARET ELIZABETH STEVENS-MdTgE'ROUtC 4,
Box 560, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Everything
in general. Ambition: Undecided. Glee Club, 2 years,
Treasurer, Home Ec Club, S. P. T. A., Library Club,
Pep Club, 2 years.
DOROTHY PAULINE SULLIVAN-SuZlivan+Route 5,
Box 236, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Collecting
stamps. Ambition: Nurse. Glee Club, 2 years,
Library Club, I year, Vice President, Girl Scouts, I
year, Vice President.
ANN NORA THOMAS-.ff1'l7Z'2O Byrd Drive, Fair Haven,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Swimming. Ambition:
To learn to fence a horse without any bruises or broken
bones. Library Club, I year, F. H. A., 2 years, Pep
Club, 2 years, P. W. F. C., Federation of E. H. A.
CHARLES WILLIAM 'THOMAS-Eggl802 Potomac
Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Chasing
girls. Ambition: To be a lover. Science Club, I year,
Yearbook Club, I year, Football, 2 years, Student
Government, I year.
PAGE THoMPsoN-TilZieARoute 4, Box 130, Alexan-
dria, Virginia. Ambition: Professional baseball.
Baseball, 4 years, Football, 4 years, Basketball, I
GARDNER WARREN VAN SCOYOC1IYdH'ROUtC 5,
Box 81, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Getting out of
trouble. Ambition: Ministry CEpiscopal Churchj.
Glee Club, 3 years, Reporter, Student Government,
3 years, Student Rep. 3 years, President, I year,
Baseball, 2 years, Baseball Scorekeeper, Football, I
year, Pep Club, 2 years, Paper Staff, I year, Yearbook
Staff, Advertising Editor, I year, Americana Quiz, 2
years, Public Speaking, I year, Key Club, I year,
F. C. S. C. A., President, I year, Prom Committee,
JANET CATHERINE VIAR-janet-I6II Suter Street,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Dancing. Ambition:
To amount to something. Home Ec Club, 3 years, Sec.,
Girl Scouts, 4 years, Reporter and Treasurer, Pep
Club, 3 years, President, Glee Club, 4 years, Public
Speaking, I year, S. P. T. A., I year.
MARY JEANNE WADE-jean-Silverbrook Road,
Lorton, Virginia. Hobby: Music. Ambition: Secre-
tary. Glee Club, 3 years, Pep Club, I year.
BETTY WAGNER-Bet-2608 27th Road, So. Arlington,
Virginia. Hobby: To try mastering new dance steps.
Ambition: To major in Music.
WILLIAM WARREN-BEE Bef-Box 785, Alexandria,
Virginia. Hobby: Football. Ambition: College.
Science Club, 2 years, Football, 4 years, Baseball,
2 years, Student Government, 2 years, Basketball,
JEAN ELIZABETH WAYBRIGHT-Jeannie-Route 3,
Box I7, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Skating.
Ambition: To be an airline hostess. Yearbook, I
year, Newspaper, 2 years, Exchange Editor, Home
Ee, I year, Pep Club, I year.
KATHRYN LOUISE WEAVER-Kitty-Route 4, Box I8I,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Dancing. Ambition:
To amount to something worth while. Home Ec Club,
3 years, Sec., V. Pres., Pres., Yearbook, I year, Asst.
Editor, Student Government, 2 years, Sec., Glee Club,
I year, Pep Club, I year, Cheerleader, 2 years, Co-
Captain, Vice President of Senior Class, Vice President
of Freshman Class, Softball, I year, Patrols, I year,
S. P. T. A., I year, Chairman Prom Committee, I
HERBERT EDWARD WHEELER-Hffbffl-ROUIC 4, Box
369B, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Basketball.
Ambition: To make a million.
HARVEY WESTBROOK'Di71kTBOX 367, Alexandria,
Virginia. Hobby: Pool Shark. Ambition: Join
Egyptian Navy. Glee Club, 2 years, Spanish Club, I
DoRsoN WORDEN WILCOX-'Rfd1ACC Cabins,Route
4, Box 445, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Forestry,
Ambition: Log Inspector for the Forest Rangers.
Glee Club, 2 years, Basketball, 2 years.
THELMA LOUISE WILLIAMS-Willie-Lorton, Virginia.
Silverbrook Road. Hobby: Movies. Ambition:
Airline Hostess. Pep Club, I year.
CAROLYN FRANCES WOLL0N4Cd1'0I'AROUIC 5, Box
324, Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Playing with my
dog. Ambition: To become famous in the world of
music as a concert pianist. Public Speaking, 2 years,
Honor Society, I year, Paper Staff, I year.
WILLIAM LEE YoUNcfTicley-Route 5, Box 389,
Alexandria, Virginia. Hobby: Football, Hunting,
Fishing. Ambition: Commercial artist. Monogram,
2 years, Science Club, 2 years, Football, 3 years.
LYLIE ELIZABETH YOWELL-'LiZZiZ-ROUtC I, Spring-
field, Virginia. Hobby: Basketball and dancing.
Ambition: Dancing teacher. Home Ec Club, I year,
Pep Club, I year, Glee Club, I year, Basketball, 2
Last Will and Testament
VVe, the Graduating Class of the Mount Vernon High School, in the County of
Fairfax, and the State of Virginia, do hereby leave the following wholeheartedly to you,
the underclassmen, from whom we are sadly departing, to use, develop, and help you
achieve your ambitions and success. May you use them to the best of your ability in
solemn reverence to us, the foregoing givers.
I, Earl Alcorn, leave my ability as right guard to Ditto, alias "Feet,"
I, Jean Allen, leave my quiet way to all girls who talk too much in school.
I, Roger Anderson, leave the math classes of Mrs. Pingley to the lower classmen
who have not had her. ,
I, Thomas Barrington, leave my love for girls to some other sucker.
I, Doris Bell, leave my dislike for riding the school bus to anyone who enjoys it.
I, Ila Jane Bennett, leave my place on the Americana Quiz to anyone who can use it.
I, Joseph Bollinger, leave my love for dancing to Lawrence Darr.
I, Virginia Bomkamp, leave my satisfaction of finally making it, to my sister, Betty
I, Elmer Booth, leave my ability to have never missed a day in the last four years
to anyone who loses a lot of time from school.
I, Bennie Bowers, leave everything.
I, Roland Brown, leave my ability to get up to my neck in everything to anyone
who wishes to spend two years in the Senior Class.
I, George Burns, leave my ability to feel independent to anyone who is willing to
I, Earl Carneal, leave lVIount Vernon because I have served my time.
I, John Cathey, leave my love for Senior English to anyone who wants it.
I, Carl Clark, leave my disposition to Ernest Simpson.
I, Doris Clem, leave my love for hlount Vernon boys to Betty lXIcElroy.
I, Earl Coffey, leave, PERIOD!
I, Robert Collins, leave my sympathy for any senior student who fails Senior
I, Aileen Cook, leave my Bookkeeping headaches to all future bookkeeping students.
I, Kathleen Cook, leave my job in the storeroom to future salesmanship students,
hoping they will enjoy it as much as I have.
I, Katrina Crawford, leave my love for English under Mrs. Ames to Quincey
I, George Creed, leave my love for all my teachers to Bruce Jenkins.
I, Catherine Crim, leave my love for modeling to anyone who is interested in it.
I, Robert Crump, leave my love for baseball to Shelton Craig.
I, Harry Darr, leave my ability to play hookey to lVIartin Straub.
I, Helen Davis, leave my love for skating to Helen Roland.
I, Vilma Davis, leave my long, red fingernails to anyone who can type and keep
them as long as I have.
I, Ioetta Dawson, leave my love for dancing to Virginia Beach.
I, Anne Dodd, leave my cheering ability to Grace Haug.
I, Robert Duncan, leave my dislike for homework to Jeffrey Stewart.
I, Rose lNfIarie Dwyer, leave my cheering ability to anyone who is able to be seen
and not heard at the football games. Not Kent Fleenor!
I, Barbara Dyson, leave my shortness to my sister, Doris.
I, Cynthia Edwards, leave my editorship to any capable reporter.
I, Dorothy Embrey, leave nothing, I need the little I have and canlt afford to give
Last Will and Testament
I, George Fenimore, leave my desk in Geometry to anyone who wants it.
I, Robert Flinchum, leave my ability to argue to my brothers and sisters.
I, Pat Frickleton, leave my ability to struggle through English to anyone who is
unfortunate enough to have to take it.
I, Jeanne Frinks, leave my ability to have a good time in class to anyone who
likes M. V. H. S. enough to come back and take a P. G. Course.
I, Charles George, leave all my women to 'cJet" Norfolk.
I, lNIarvin Gordon, leave my features of a pig to Shelton Craig.
I, Jack Gray, leave my ability to stay out of trouble to anyone who needs it.
I, June Griffin, leave my "come hithern blue eyes to any girl who can use them.
I, Dolores Grimsley, leave my talking ability to Shirley Peverill.
I, Carter Hall, leave my height to Ray Solot.
I, Albert Hansen, leave, and wonder how I ever did.
I, Russell Harley, leave my ability to get along with Mr. Moore to my brother, Allen.
I, Violet Harris, leave my love for Mr. Buckley to anyone who needs late passes.
I, Doris Hartman, leave my love for a certain G. W. boy to anyone named Leola.
I, Harold Hartman, leave Mount Vernon under my own power.
I, Shirley Hastings, leave my cocky ways to Eula Turner.
I, Vernita Hollins, leave my sincere liking for English to my sister in hopes it will
do her more good than it has me.
I, Jeanne Hootman, being of reasonably sound mind, take everything I have with
I, Carl Hudson, leave Mount Vernon High School, PERIOD!
I, Virginia Huffman, leave my long, black, natural curly hair to Joyce Simms.
I, Raymond Huntington, leave my ability to stay out for sports, and still not play
varsity, to any guy with ambition.
I, Willard Jenkins, leave my football ability to Jeffery Stewart.
I, Mary Jones, leave my ability to try to think to my sister, Louise.
I, Grace Kahn, leave my quietness to Shirley Dooley.
I, Gail Lambright, leave my harlequin glasses to Roxanne Dachtler.
I, Otis Lester, leave my mischievous ways to James Lamb.
I, Alice Levay, leave my love for black, curly haired boys to my sister, Dolores.
I, Bonnie Lou Lloyd, leave my unresistable giggle to my sister, Dixie.
I, Robert Lyles, leave my ability to struggle along in English IV to anyone who
I, James Markley, leave all my do's and don't's of Mount Vernon High School to
any Junior-P. S. also a complete line of Senior English Homework.
I, Thomas McAuliffe, leave my love for basketball to those who like the game.
I, lyfaxine McCann, leave my ability to eat in Civics class, and not get caught, to
I, Thomas McCreary, leave Mount Vernon as it was when I got here.
I, Anne McDonald, leave a raincoat to every student unfortunate enough to have
a homeroom in the cottage when it rains.
I, Phyllis McInturff, leave all of my themes to any student who takes Business
English next year.
I, Betty Milstead, leave Plain Geometry to Joan VVorley.
I, Dorothy Monroe, refuse to leave my old cow bell to any of next years football
fans, I am going to use it myself.
I, Geraldine Morgan, leave my good times at Mount Vernon to my sister, Marion.
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Last Will and Testament
I, IVIarjorie INIoshier, leave my position as captain of the cheerleaders to anyone
who can stand the criticism.
I, Edwina INIoss, leave my daydreams to those interested deeply in their classes.
I, Sara Neitzey, leave my bashfulness to Janet Flowers.
I, Paul Nelson, reluctantly leave NIount Vernon, looking back to the wonderful
times and people.
I, Billy Norfolk, leave my black, wavy hair to Lawrence Darr.
I, Nancy O,Flaherty, leave my bashful ways to Virginia Beach.
I, Lester Olmsted, leave my will to get good marks and my "charming disposition "
to anyone who thinks they can use them.
I Steve O'Neill, leave my desire for further knowledge to anyone who wants it.
I, Irvin Otis, leave my love for INIount Vernon to my brother, Herbert.
I, Betty Overly, leave my fickle ways to Leah Henry.
I, Jean Penn, leave my love for skating to Betty Bronsen.
I, lNfIary Penn, leave my quietness to Janice Harris.
I, IN'Iildred Peters, leave my numerous freckles to Jackie Bender.
I, Lorene Peverill, refuse to leave my five-minute conversations with "Rock," be-
tween classes, to anyone, not even IXfIr. Landes.
I, James Phillips, leave my thanks and appreciation to INIiss Lucy Jane Lowman for
being such a wonderful teacher.
I, Johnny Posey, leave my horsemanship to Betty Jean Plaugher.
I, Beverly Reller, leave my height to Betty Perry.
I, Norma Ridgeway, leave my love for school to anyone who needs it.
I, Thelma Ridgeway, leave my love for IVIount Vernon to my sister, Barbara.
I, Alice Riley, leave my slowness to catch on and my quickness to fumble to any
poor girl who wishes to star in basketball.
I, Patricia Roberts, leave my love for Algebra to anyone who takes it.
I, Betty Ann Rogers, leave my ability to graduate to my stupid sister, Gloria.
I, Richard Rogers, leave my love for the pretty girls to Kenneth Everett.
I, Betsy Rose, leave the big city of Pohick to anyone who would like to live in the
I, Robert Sapp, leave my name "Sapl' to Cpity the poor soulj Jackie Miller.
I, Paul Saulnier, leave my love for shorthand to anyone who likes cross-word
I, Dixie Sawyer, leave my ability to eat in Civics class to my sister, Dorothy, in
hopes she won't get hungry.
I, Frances Scalise, leave my shortness to Marie Schroer.
I, Newman Shiiilett, leave my pitching position to anyone who thinks they can
fill in this sweat box.
I, Francis Shirk, leave my love for Civics to Audrey Paul.
I, Anne Showalter, leave my place on the basketball team to any person desiring it.
I, Ernestine Simpson, leave all the memories of the old days to lXfIrs, Quinley and
I, Bob Sipes, leave my many, merry years of memories and still receive my F. O. B.
I, John Smith, leave my love for newspaper work to anyone who enjoys it as much
as I do.
I, Janet Sten, leave my love for school to VVanda INfIoore.
I, Herbert Stevens, leave my knowledge to my brother, Charles.
I, Margaret Stevens, leave Qand glad of it, tool.
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Last Will and Testament
I, Pauline Sullivan, leave my nursing ambition and love for Doctors to Ann Buck-
I, Ann Nora Thomas, leave to anyone who might ever need them, my natural blond
hair and short statue.
I, Charles Thomas, leave "Egg,' to any Chick that wants him.
I, Page Thompson, leave my ability to get under Mr. Lee's skin to Paul Norfolk.
I, Gardner Van Scoyoc, leave my nick-name f'Van,' to Duncan's Transfer.
I, Janet Viar, leave my love for work to Kenneth Everritt.
I, lX'Iary ,lean XVade, leave my lagging steps in Bookkeeping to anyone who likes it
better than I.
I, Betty VVagner, leave Mount Vernon with a host of new friends.
I, William Warren, leave Mrs. Ames English class to anyone who wants it.
I, Jean Waybright, leave my love for Miss VVilliams to anyone who is fortunate
enough to have her for a teacher.
I, Kathryn Weaver, refuse to leave my "Nose,' to anyone.
I, Harvey Westbrook, leave my good looks to Ernest Simpson.
I, Herbert Wheeler, leave my love for English under Mrs. Ames to Jimmy lNliller.
I, Dorson Wilcox, leave my cowboy shirts to anyone who wants them.
I, Thelma Williams, leave my love for Lorton to Mr. Nfoore in hopes that some day
he may have to live there.
I, Carol VVollon, leave my love of the Library to anyone who needs it.
I, William Young, leave my witty remarks to George Stauss.
I, Elizabeth Yowell, leave the big City of Franconia to anyone who likes the wilder-
IN WITNESS VVHEREGF, we have hereunto set our hand to this LAST XVILL
AND TESTAMENT at Fairfax, Virginia, this 12th day of June, A. D. 1948.
GRADUATING CLASS OF JUNE, 1948
MOUNT VERNON HIGH SCHOOL
On this 12th day of june, 1948, the Graduating Class of Mount Vernon High
School whose names are subscribed to the above and foregoing document, signed the
same in our presence and in the presence of each of us and declared it to be their LAST
VVILL AND TESTAMENT towards the Mount Vernon High School, its faculty and
remaining student body. We, at their request and in their presence and in the presence
of each other have hereunto aH7ixed our signatures the day and year first above written
in the County of Fairfax in the State of Virginia.
LUCY JANE LOWMAN
ELIZABETH lXf1oRRIs AMES
ROUTE 3, Box 5o2X
RALPH E. BUCKLEY 4
SOI soUTH PITT STREET
'fOh, look there's hit. Vernon High School. lt surely looks different after five years."
"Yes, I see they finally got the new cafeteria, gym and auditorium. It surely looks swell. Too
bad we couldn't have had it, but we know we paved the way."
iiHey pilot, turn this helicopter toward Ft. Belvoir, and let's see what the Class of ,48 is doing
"Look there's the home of the famous architect, Roger Analerfon. I guess he has retired after
redesigning the VVhite Housef,
"Tell the pilot to land so we can inquire about -llaxine llIeCann and Helen Davis."
"Helen Davis has just left for Switzerland to compete in the National Skating Contest, and
hlaxine lXlcCann has established herself in the ice-skating world and now appears in the Ice
" Virginia Bornlearnp is in the skating shows at Belvoirf'
'cLook there's the new bridge that Pat Friekleton designed for the R. F. 8: P.
'fjacle Gray has graduated from the new lylt. Vernon College which was completed under the
supervision of Bennie Bowery, the famous contractor. Dixie Sawyer is his secretary."
"Alice Levay is the top secretary of the Navy Department and Anne .lIaeDonald is foreign
correspondent for the New York Timex."
"YVhy, what beautiful pictures! VVho took them?,'
"They are by the famous photographer Robert Sapp. His model is Anne Showalter. They
specialize in bathing suits. Herbert Wlzeeler is delivery man. He still has his motor scooterf,
" Last but not least We find France: Sealife teaching at the University of lylichigan, and Thonzaf
.llrffreary is playing first base for the Brooklyn Dodgersf,
"Okay, pilot, let's go on to Lorton. By the way, do you know what's become of Albert Hanxen
and Paul Saulnier?H
"VVhy, yes, they are both famous pilots. Paul is a stunt Hyerf'
"Look therels Thomas Barrington playing with his two sons. He has finally settled downf'
'fTake a look at that sign, THE GEORGE BURNS, BUS COlNfPANYg he must have quite a
"Barbara Dyfon is his secretary, and a very good one, toof'
"It seems we have another photographer, Robert Collinf. He has a studio in Alexandria and
now takes pictures for lN'Iount Vernon. Kathleen Cook, his secretary, has retired and is a very
efficient housewife. Her sister, Aileen, is in France and says the Frenchmen are finef'
"FH bet Roye ilfarie Dwyer has more degrees than any girl, Ph.D., lXfl.D., B.S., lW.A., D.A.,
D.D.T., D.D.S., P.D.Q., and there she is teaching kindergarten at Lorton School."
'flt seems Lorton has become a famous place. Vernita Hollinr has become a recording secre-
tary, transcribing hillbilly music."
"Remember Steve O,Neill and foetta D6lil'.Y07Z?,,
"Yes, Steve is running a bookies' establishment in Sanford, Florida, and Joetta, his wife, is his
secretary. She spent several years as a lawyer's right hand man."
"What a huge billboard, advertising Marziin Gordonii Grocery. He must have quite a busi-
"It seems Dolores Grimfley has left Lorton for the big city of New York. She is manager of
lrene's Salon theref'
"Let's see what kind of men Lorton has produced in the line of sports. First, Raymond Hunt-
ington has completed college and is playing first string football for Philadelphia. Next, Newman
Shzjflett, the famous left-hand pitcher, has a career with the New York Yankeesf'
"I hear Rurrell Harley is next in line as Secretary of the Navy, and look, isn't that Francix
Shirle leaving for Canada on one of his fishing trips?"
'Wiie have two girls who are Nurses. Grace Kahn is supervisor of nurses at Alexandria Hospital,
while Erneftine Simpfon is a registered nurse at Gallingerf'
"Did you know Edfeina lllofx is an outstanding pianist and is appearing at Constitution
Hall? Also, lllary jean Wade is playing the piano for a well-known orchestra in Hiashingtonf,
'cCan you imagine Sara Neitzey overcoming her quiet way and having a radio program?
Dorothy Monroe is a famous psychiatrist."
"We still find Irvin Otif in springfield owning a zoo-acre farm. Elizabeth Roxe is still one of
Pohick's oldest families. Thelma Williamx has finally moved from Lorton to lylarylandf'
"Okay, Pilot, let's see what the Class of ,48 is doing in the Lee-Jackson district."
"Why, there's, the home of the River'J. The Mrs. is Vilma Davif and they have reared little
. ."Have you heard Earl Cojey on Katrina Crawfordlf radio program on Sunday? Earl is a
"George Greed has acquired fame as a machinist at Herby's."
. "There is a new doctor at Alexandria Hospital. Her name is Dorothy Embrey. jean Way-
bright is an airline hostess for the Continental Airlines."
' "Have you noticed jeanne Frinkf in the newsreel displaying the latest in fashions? Also,
Willard jenkinf and the Mrs. have settled down in his log cabin in the mountains."
"Look, there's jamef Phillips, the second Mickey Rooney! Both he and Mary jonef have
movie contracts. hilary is singing and doing F. B. I. work on the side."
"VVhat an odd house! Oh, Gale Lambright lives here. She is a missionary in Europe and has
collected odds and ends from all over the worldf,
" Say, we almost missed Franconia. Pilot, turn around and let's see what our friends are doing."
"There is the office of Franconials first lawyer, Roland Brown. Dorif Bell is his efficient
"joe Bollinger has accomplished many things with the aid of his capable secretary, Virginia
f'Look, there's the laboratory of Cynthia Edwardf. She is the one who discovered the 94th
"I hear that Robert Duncan is a successful engineer and has the lights and coke machine at
Mount Vernon working at the same time. Did you notice the name of jeanne Hootman on the
Guidance office door?"
!'There's the new Franconia to D. C. subway. Carter Hall is chief engineer of the project."
'fThere are quite a few famous people in Franconia. Robert Flinehum has taken over Mickey
Vernon's position at first base for the Senators. Otif Leiter is head Mechanic on the President's
airplane. johnny Pofey has won many honors at Churchill Downs, Kentucky. Patricia Roberts
is a math teacher at Southern California. Carol Wollon is a concert pianist and is starring at
"Franconia has a few added business establishments. Arthur Murray's Dancing School is
under the direction of Elizabeth Yowell. Norma Ridgeway is a sales clerk for Jelleff's. Gardner Van
Seoyoc has built a new church and is the pastor. William Young has taken over his father's business
and has moved it to Franconia."
"I notice that Betty Milytead no longer baby sits for the public since she has two of her own.
She has turned her home into a Day Nursery and Thelma Ridgeway takes baby pictures for the
"janet Sten is receptionist at Alexandria Hospital and Pauline Sullivan has married one of
the doctors and assists him in his work."
"That seems to take care of everyone in Franconia. Let's go to Grovetonf'
'fLook, there's a sign, Earl Alcorn, Electrician. Such a modern shop! He has lla jane Bennett
as his capable secretary."
"I hear Elmer Booth has gone to college for four years and still hasnlt missed a day of school.
George Fenimore has returned to college after shooting his tenth reindeerf'
"That modern house must be the home of Earl Carneal, Vice President of the Westinghouse
Company in Massachusetts."
"Someone told me if I ever got sick not to go to John Hopkins because john Gathey is on
"I see Groyeton has a new garage. Who is the owner? Herbert Stevenf? He must have quite
a business keeping all of Dori: Clem'.f Buicks in shape. Margaret Stevenf is still riding around in
her blue Buick, but she has part ownership now. She says it has some nice memories."
"So Carl Clarle has gone to California! You say he heard there was gold in 'them thar hills'
and is out to make his million? I wish him luckf,
"'What,s this about Anne Dodd resigning from her secretarial job to become lVIrs. Jenkins?"
"Yes, also Mary Penn has married and settled down in Florida."
"Remember Mildred Peterf? She is a famous ballet dancer, but she takes time out to see the
famous baseball player, Page Thompron. He plays for the Yankees."
"Violet Harrif has just bought Antionne's Salon in New York and I hear Dori: Hartman
finally succeeded in washing the peroxide out ofa certain blue-eyed blonde's hair."
"Have you seen Harold Hartman lately? He has taken over Sid Luckmanls position. His fan
mail is increasing so fast that he had to have Kathryn Weaver, his wife, act as his secretaryf,
"Imagine a woman in the House of Representatives! What,s her name, Phyllif Mclnturj,
and she came from Grovetonf!
" Look, there,s the new Riding Academy built by Nancy O'Flaherty. I see she still has 'Tempta-
"VVhom have we missed? Oh! yes, jean Penn is traveling with the Skating Follies. Beverly
Reller is assistant editor of the Alexandria Gazette. What's this! Richard Rogerf has finally become
a man, but is still chasing the girls? XVhat a shame! And fanet Viar finally conquered ice skating
under the supervision of Kenneth Everett. Billy Warren is tackle for the Redskins, and Dorfon
Wilcox is Log Inspector for the Forest Rangers. He supplies the Diamond Match Company and
Harry Darr delivers the match sticksf,
"Let's see what is going on at Mud, pardon me, Fairhaven, Fort Hunt, and Mount Vernon."
"jean Allen has also gone into the nursing field as a private nurse. Catherine Crim didnlt
quite get her millions, but she got two little play boys. Keep trying, Catherine."
"In the sports field we find Bobby Crump playing second base for the Dodgers, Charler George
has taken over 'Bulldog' Turner's position as center for the Chicago bears, Alice Riley has re-
turned to lVIt. Vernon to be basketball coach, and Betty Ann Rogerf has won three trophies for
being the outstanding woman bouter of the year."
"Our song bird, fune Grzfin, has just made her debut at Carnegie Hall. Among the famous
is Paul Nelfon who won the middleweight championship of the world. Charley Thomar has just
completed a sequel to 'The Egg And Il."
"So Harvey Weitbrooh succeeded in joining the Egyptian Navy? I didnit think there was
such a thing. And Bonnie Lou Lloyd is teaching at Strayers. Robert Lyles is librarian at the Library
"Did you know that famef Marleley is the new 'Answer Man' on the radio? Thomaf Mc-
Aulije is back as salesman at Montgomery Ward."
"Marjorie Mofhier is still living in Fairhaven, but, as Mrs. Straub. Lorene Peverill, her husband
and two children, have moved to Georgia."
"Ever hear of a girl being a lawyer? Well, Geraldine Morgan did it. And Billy Norfolk, finally
graduated from N. C. U. and is still capturing the girl's hearts. Leiter Olmfted is a professor of
Aeronautical Engineering. Betty Wagner has received her B. S. degree and is teaching in Californiaf'
"Poor Ann Thomaf, finally learned to fence a horse without receiving any broken bones or
"Like to dance? Go to the Stork Club and you will find Bobby Sipef and his well-known
orchestra featuring his new singing sensation, lVIiss Shirley Ha.fting.f."
"Betty Overly is the most publicized model for John Robert Powers. We find john Smith in
the restaurant business. He has taken over his father-in-law's restaurant, 'The Little VVhite House
Inn.' Carl Hudfon? VVhy, he has grown to be quite a man! It is rumored he may be the next
l'The Class of '48 has done quite well in their tive years in the world. The world needs more
good students such as these to build a strong nation."
"Okay, Pilot, let's land."
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Cigirnems and Film llevelivpimz JIIILI l'rinLiI I,
HENRY'S CAMERA CENTER
T110 Kodak Stuff in :IIt'.'I'GllfIl'llCl
421 KING STI-1I.IiT, ALIXANIIRIA, YIIu,Ix
PRODUCTS CO., Inc.
In AIc.1'f111d1'1'a 11's
G E 0 R G E ' S Bvsf by TCS!
RADIO AND TELEVISION CO. .
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I S D 1' I ING IXlexaIIclI'IzI-2525 - Fl einple-5300
801 King Street
ANCHOR APPLIANCE CO.
RADIUS - Ill-QCURIIS - API-I,IANcI15
1501 KINIQ S'I'I4I'1I-Jr,AI.Iix,xNI1RI.x, XVIRIIINIA
J. L. Imrxm
U07 KING SI'RI:I:T, AI,I-gx.xxI1I4I,-x, VIRGINIA
TRY A OUART OF
Meadow Gold Ice Cream
Hand Prlckvll by Your MEADOW COLD Ice Cream Dealer
The Carry Ice Cream Co.
Washington, D. C.
HE.ATING - XZEXTILATING - :XIR CONDITIONING - XVELDING
GRIER and YOUNG
SHEET METAL WORK
COMMERCE AND PRINCE STREETS
COAL - FUEL OIL - OIL BURNERS
SOO KING STREET ALEXANDRIA-2214
lve, the Surveyor Staff, wish to
express our deepest appreciation to
Our friends-nieinbers of the stu'
dent body, the faculty and the ad-
vertisers-xvho have contributed to
the welfare of this book.
In future years, may it serve as a
JONES DRY CLEANERS
Dry CIva1zz'r1g- Tailoring - Dyeing
602 KING STREET, AEEXANIIRIA, WVIRGINIA
JAMES HENRY BEACH 8. SONS
Sufrrsfor to LiRoy Bfnfh
SHEET IXIET,-XL WORK
fond reineinbrance to each of you. CompogiIlOg'uffQffff'3fLailfQ1fi,ffm Roofing
:IO King St., Alexandria, Ya. ,-ilexaiidria-126'
GROCERIES - LIEATS
Telegraph and Fort Lyons Roads R O S E N B E R G I S
Phone Alexandriaf9507 Alexandria, Yirginia
SQUIRES FOR TIRES
101 NORTH XVASHINGTON STREET
OI!ff'1fl'6'l'5 for the Entire Family
409--lll IQING STREET
We 'Mznuaf " Weszfff. . .
For two generations Ive have worked in close Cooperation with stahis of
college annuals and the Commendation vve have received has been
most gratifying. W'e appreciate the privilege we have had Of
working on Your Annual!
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DIAL 6688 116-132 NORTH JEFFERSON STREET, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA
"Your Friendly Ford Doalmf'
II3 NORTH SAINT ASAPH STREET
C 81 M TRADING POST
CHOICE GROCERIES, FRUITS
XCEGETABLES AND FROZEN FOODS
Alexandria-0374 - Temple-3768 520013 le qtreet
Gmzrral Tire, D1'sfrz'Zvzrfo1's
BRANCH ENGLESIIJE, VIRGINIA
Herby's Used Cars and
Trucks CS0IIIf1Il'HIL"1If.Y of
1600 BLOCK - IBUKIE STREET C. H. PROFFITT
I L XYUUR LOCAL FIXCAVATOR
Alexamh M-7136 Phone Alexandria-3611
GLADN EY MOTORS
Your Dv Sofo and Plymozlflz
1646 KING STREET
Phone Alexandria-0567 and
CUSTOM SEAT COVERS
Harold Polk, llauagor
Great Cars - Fine Service
A Square Deal
FAIRFAX COUNTY NEXVS
.4n1orica's Oldest Daily Nmvspaper
GEORGE H. HERRING
LUMBER Co. THOMAS J. FANNON
5 Miles South of Alexandria
on U. S. Highway No. 1
LUMBER, lXlII,LVVORK AND
WILLIAM H. WEADON
Pr011zjvz'Del1'z'01'y COM MERCIAL 'PRINTING
Phones: Engleside-51 and 140 104 NORTH ROYAL STREET
WOCDWARD 81 LOTHROP
10TH ll'lNH F AND G S'I'REE'l'S ZONE 13 PHONE DIS'I'RIC'I' 5300
BRANCH STORES -Belhestla, lW:1ryl:lntl Arlington lftirrns, Yiruinitn The Penlguzt
A Graa'uate'.v Best Friend -
Our School Ouififffng Serfnice
Iar er or colleffe bound Come up to our Younv Fourth Floor for a chat with
. . . t e by , 2,
lN'Iiss VVarren, our ingenious Clothes Counselor. If your path leads straight into
the business world, she willingly assists you choose correct career clothes . . . if
college is next on your agenda, bliss VVarren helps you select campus wear, suitable
for your particular school, from the bountiful VVoodward R Lothrop collection.
She understands clothes allowances, too, and wisely guides you to find fashions
that best complement your present wardrobe.
Corner of U. S. Highway NO. I and llarshall Street
Directly Opposite Beacon dirjnort
AMPLE PARKING SPACE
There is no Substitute for Quality
MEATS OF MERIT
FANCY ITRUITS AND XTEGE'I'ABI,ES
AIOUNT XYFRNON IIIGII SCHOOL
W. C. SAUNDERS
NORTH SEVENTH STREET
for Your Table
Follow the Labels to
Nziticiilally Advertised in Your
JEAN HARPER COATS
K. E. BLUNT, SR.
Ofzwzvr and Jlfazzagcr
S H E L L
FUEL i KERQSENE
Boilers Cleaned by Vmfuzlm System
ALEXANDRIA-4518 BELLE HAVEN
IJl'0l1Zf7f SC7"Zf'Z'CC ALI-IXANIJRIA, XYIRGINIA
BELLE HAVEN BAR-B-Q
K. E. BLUNT, JR.
O-zwwr and Malzagcr
BAR-B-Q SANDWICHES AND LUNCHES
U. S. 1 ZXLEXANDRIA, XYIRGINIA
J. E. S. Incorporated
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INTIQRNATIONAI. I I ARVESTER
TRUCKS-I 1 1fssEs-TRACTORS
II 'fzvrc Sf70I'f.S'llIL'H .HUM
STH ANU D STREETS, N. NV.
XV.-XSIIINGTON 4, D. C.
First Federal Savings 8- Loan
Association of Alexandria
807 KING STREET
.xc'c'cvUN'1's INSURED UI' TO fq,O0O.0O
IJIYIIJICNIJS :LQ 'fi PICR ANNUM
L. G. HOGE CO.
XVAYN Ii ITICICIJS
509 NORTH i'sAYIiTTIi STRIEIET
GEORGE R. MURPHY
I'1,L'1x1E1Nu ANIJ IIE.xT1NG
ELPAW KEN NEL
Registered A. K. C.
.III Sl'1'1'1'm's for Your Hog
.'l1v.1'fz1zd1'ff1, I 71-Vfjl-111.61
Duke Street, Iixteucled
3 Miles Out
.Xcljoiuiug Quartermastei' Depot
M. 1. XVAPLE, JR., Y. N. D.
MISS SUSIE HELL XVAPLE
CLYDE E. NEZE
FOUNTAIN SERVICE AND
SANDWIQHES OF ALL IQINDS
FU RMAN MOTOR CO.
BODY XYORK - PAINTING
Duke Street Extension
J. A. CALHOUN, Manager
ADA M HATS
Levinson Clothing Co.
Olif-fffPI'S for ,Um and Boys
A. B. 8. W. TRANSIT CO
1V0l'fflt'I'll Iv'l'I'gl.l1Z'tl,S Largvst
Cleaners 81 Launderers
FURRIERS AND STORAGE
604 RIONTGOMERY STREET
BRANCH: 711 KING STREET
KCJNE-STOPH YALICT SERVICE
JIM! 1v0lll'1'S7'Z.L'lld5 Here
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LM S. No.1
2 AIILES SOUTH UF
"The Kvazlze to Rfuzenzber
for lIv0lllf'I1IS dppzzrrl
608 King Street
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814 IQING STREET COCkel'l1am'S Barber Sl10P
1524 IQING STREET
Eaxv Ijtlfkllllg Spam'
lkfay your future be as successful
as your past
YOUR OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER
716 IQING STREET
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