Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA)
- Class of 1957
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«.« «- , ' y • I mm vVr ' Ao ‘ vVj. 1 ■ i SHU ■HHMMHM| li ■■■■■■■) !■■■ - I imMiH Nelson County Celebrate 1807 One hundred fifty years! How long the time When measured by man ' s fleeting span. One hundred fifty years! How short the time When viewed from God ' s eternal plan. Carry me back to Nelson County, There ' s where my heart is when the dove at even ' calls; There let me dream near the old Blue Ridge Mountains, Charmed by the music of restless Crabtree Falls. Nelson County was established by an act of the General Assembly on December 25, 1807. At that time Thomas Jefferson was President of the United States. William H. Cabell was Governor of Virginia. The first court was held at Cabellsville on June 27, 1808. On December 31, 1808, an act was passed by the General Assembly fixing the site which is now Lovingston as the permanent seat of justice for the County of Nelson. The first court held in the new courthouse convened on Feb¬ ruary 26, 1810. The original courthouse has been in continuous use to the present time. Additional space was added in 1940. Nelson County faces a rising sun. This sesqui- centennial year, 1957, each citizen should remove his hat to an historic past and turn toward a future of golden opportunity. Nelson County has an abundance of mate¬ rial resources. Agricultural products, orchards, cattle, timber, minerals, game, fish, and scenic beauty are among our material assets. Communication and trans¬ portation facilities are adequate to our needs. All these are important and necessary, but one must look beyond material resources for assets of primary importance. Cornelia said approximately two thousand years ago, " My boys and girls are my jewels. " We know that the boys and girls of Nelson County are our greatest assets - our jewels. They hold the key that will open the door of opportunity for a more abundant life in Nelson County. With God’s blessing the youth of today and the generations to follow will be an honor to Nelson County. May they in turn always deem it an honor to call Nel¬ son County home. 2 150th Anniversary 1957 There let me linger once more in sweet memory, Though far away now my weary footsteps roam; There ' s not a spot in this wide world so lovely. As Nelson County, my dear old childhood home. Nelson County High School TABLE OF CONTENTS TITLE PAGE Page 1 THEME PAGE Page 2 SCHOOL BUILDING Page 4 DEDICATION Page 6 THOMAS NELSON, JR. Page 7 HISTORY Page 8 ADMINISTRATION Page 9 FACULTY Page 14 STUDENT COUNCIL Page 18 ACTIVITIES Page 23 SENIORS Page 40 JUNIORS Page 53 SOPHOMORES Page 65 FRESHMEN Page 73 CLUBS Page 81 MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS Page 97 SPORTS Page 107 SUPERLATIVES Page 127 STATISTICS Page 139 ADVERTISING Page 143 FINALE Page 203 5 1807 - 1957 With pride in her past achievements and with confidence in her future progress we, the Staff, affectionately dedicate the 1957 THOMAS NELSON, JR. to Nelson County in this her sesquicentennial year. 6 THOMAS NELSON, JR. , 1738 - 1789 (At age of 16) Nelson County was named in honor of Thomas Nelson, Jr., third governor of the State of Virginia. It was symbolic that the newly established county should bear his name. Thomas Nelson, Jr. was a man of accomplishment in the cause of American independence. He was a delegate from Virginia to the Continental Congress and was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. When Cornwallis surrendered atYorktown, ThomasNelson, Jr. was there. Although governor of Virginia at that time, he participated in the siege of Yorktown. His rank was that of Major General in the American Army. Thomas Nelson, Jr. was a man of wealth, but this wealth was spent freely in the cause of liberty. ThomasNelson, Jr., Virginia gentleman, patriot, soldier, and statesman, we salute your memory on this one hundred fiftieth anniversary in the history of Nelson County. 7 NELSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL •55 - ' 56 September 3, 1955 - the first year at Nelson began with 606 students enrolled. Barbara Nelson was chosen president of the Student Council October 14, 1955 - Pat Gentry reigned as queen at the Homecoming Game. October 31, 1955 - Student Council sponsored a Halloween Carnival with all clubs participating. November 18, 1955 - At the dedication of our school, the portrait of the late W. E. Kidd, our former superintendent, was unveiled. In our first football season we had one win, three losses, and three ties. December 13, 1955 - " Mike” Campbell received the football award at the banquet. Frank Mosley was the guest speaker. December 17, 1955 - Our Music Department gave its first Band and Choral Concert under Mr. Sanger ' s expert direction. Basketball Season - Governors: 4 wins, 16 losses. Governettes; 6 wins, 6 losses. Class and Faculty basketball games. Ella Wood Browning won the essay contest sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. March 1956 - Various Spelling Bees were held to determine the county champions. They were Fannie Goolsby and Reba Mays. March 24, 1956 - Our superior band won a trophy at the District V Spring Festival. May 3, 1956 - The track team won the District IV Cha mpionship. May 3, 1956 - The baseball fans watched our first game under lights. May 11, 1956 - Pat Gentry was named " Miss Nel¬ son County " in the beauty contest finals. Baseball Season - 6 wins, 10 losses. May 26, 1956 - Spring Concert May 30, 1956 - Veteran ' s Memorial Athletic Field was dedicated. Boyd Huffer was selected as the outstanding senior athlete. Dixie Peterson and Arthur Tate Massie were the honor students of their classes. June 6, 1956 - First commencement exercises. Seventy-eight seniors received diplomas. 8 MR. J. B. M. CARTER Superintendent of Schools In the short time that he has been superintendent of the schools of Nelson County, Mr. Carter has won the admi¬ ration of its people by dealing wisely with the problems that have come through his office. Though his jobs are multitu¬ dinous, he never loses sight of the fact that the schools are for our youth - that above all, it is important to meet the needs of every individual child. Left to right: Mr. Orville Karicofe, Mr. J. S. Carter, Superintendent J. B. M. Carter, Mr. J. G. Heath, Mrs. John Seaman. 10 MRS. REEF A McGUFFIN General Supervisor Mrs. McGuffin came to us in 1950 as Elemen¬ tary Supervisor. In 1953, she became General Super¬ visor. This position she had actually been filling from the beginning. To every teacher, pupil, patron, or civic leader who comes to her with a problem, she gives her time and her sympathetic understanding. A trouble-shooter unexcelled, she rarely fails to find a satisfactory solution. As a supervisor and as a citizen, Mrs. McGuffin makes daily contributions to the wel¬ fare of the people of Nelson County. mp - 1 1 r 11 i ' ] J MR. RICHARD MOON Visiting Teacher Mr. Moon, better known as " Dickie, " is an alert, industrious, and frequently called upon visiting teacher. Because of his youthful appearance, his good sense of humor, and his ability to get along well with the young as well as the old, he is sometimes mistaken for one of the high school boys. Though he is small is stature, he is great in performance. MR. WILLIAM L. KIRB Y, JR., Principal As our first principal, Mr. Kirby faced a stupendous task of organization. His vision and energy created a school of which we are all intensely proud. Under his dedicated leadership we can confidently expect to go forward. MR. J. W. HARVILLE, Assistant Principal Mr. Harville is truly Mr. Kirby’s right-hand man. A dynamo for work, he solves knotty problems of transportation and discipline each day. His participation in commu¬ nity organization is as varied and as valuable as his administrative work. 12 MISS FRANCES GRANT Secretary Miss Grant is officially secretary to Mr. Kirby, but actually she is secretary for all of us. Her office is as busy as Times Square. Under exacting, some¬ times exasperating conditions, she works quietly and prodigiously. She’s efficient, she ' s gracious, she ' s decorative. Nine o’clock clearance |‘JM ' . pk Jk • AS SPSI H c ' | Ss il§k MISS EMMA FRANCES BABER MISS JEAN BRUMBACK English Home Economics MR. ELWOOD CAMPBELL American History, English, Guidance MR. R. C. COCO MRS. ULLIAN COLEMAN Spanish, Commercial Geography Law, Business English Guidance MRS. DANA COOK Geometry, General Mathematics MRS. LOUISE O. CREWS Physical Education MR. M. C. DAVIS MISS BEULAH FITZGERALD MRS. MADELINE GARDNER Biology, Business General Mathematics Civics, English Arithmetic 14 MRS. PAULINE HARVEY MRS. RUTH HORSLEY Typewriting, Shorthand Chemistry, General Science MR. J. SHERMAN LEAGUE Physical Education World History MRS. KATHERINE LINCOLN Bookkeeping, General Business MR. CHARLES McGINNIS Physical Education World History MRS. MARGARET MASSIE Latin, American History Guidance MISS BLANCHE MAYS MR. HARRIS PUCKETT MRS. MARY C. ROBERTS MRS. FAYE RUTHERFORD Librarian Vocational Agriculture Typewriting, Shorthand English 15 MR. ROBERT SANGER MISS LILA SOMERVILLE Band, Choral English MRS. NANCY THOMAS Home Economics MISS LAURA TURNER MRS. LINDA WHITEHEAD MRS. ZAIDEE WILLIAMS Algebra, English English Government, American History Teaching??? RANDOLPH " MIKE " CAMPBELL President f " ■ ■ ■ f ■■ Student Council " Service Through the Cooperation of All. " The student council is a state and national organization sponsored by and with the cooperation of the Congress of Parents and Teachers. The Student Council is a student-elected group devoted to the betterment of our school and service to the school and student body. 18 Student Council Officers Seated; Reba Mays, Reporter; Joan Akers, Secretary; Mike Campbell, President; William Massie, Vice President. Standing: Manley Drum- heller, Treasurer; Mary Lewis Lin¬ coln, Parliamentarian. Standing: J. Miller, R. Hughes, J. Irvine, K. Massie, J. Gleason, B. Lincoln, B. Hughes, F. Ware, C. Spencer, W. Wade, J. Seaman, T. Swartzentruber, A. Delk, V. Summers, S. Massie. Seated: E. Cooke, J. Harville, Sponsor; M. Drumheller, R. Mays, J. Akers, R. Campbell, M. Lincoln, W. Massie, F. Vestal. Student Council The Student Council of Nelson County High School is one of the most important organizations in our school. There are twenty-five members on the council. At the beginning of this school year, each student was appointed to one of the eight different committees of which the council is composed. These committees and their duties are as follows: Program -- Provide enjoyable programs to be presented to student body at assemblies. Finance-- Provide any money needed by council to meet its financial needs. Building and Grounds-- See that school property is cared for and kept neat. Social and Recreational-- Provide wholesome recreation for student body. Health-- Promote better health habits for entire school. Safety-- See that safety is emphasized more in school. Cafeteria-- Promote better behavior in cafeteria. Welfare-- Promote better welfare for our school. These committees have already started many of their projects. Among the things achieved are the establishment of an honor-system study hall and " sock hops. " They have proved quite successful. Other things done by the Student Council to better Nelson County High School are the collecting of food for baskets for needy at Christmas, providing tours of our school for seventh grade students through¬ out the county, and the fixing of a bulletin board on safety. Along with the already mentioned accomplish¬ ments, twenty students attended the district Student Council Association meeting at Albemarle High School. This will be held at Nelson next year. At the present time three members are looking forward to attending the state convention to be held at Mary Washington this spring. Now plans for a school song contest are under way, and the obtaining of a state flag is another cur¬ rent project. Even though we have many hopes and aims, the real purpose of this organization is to develop good citizenship, provide wholesome recreation, furnish opportunities for self-improvement, and pro¬ mote a better understanding between faculty and student body. The motto, " Service through the Co-operation of All, " expresses something very important. To keep the Student Council going we need everybody’s help. 20 Left to right: Mrs. Sadie Bryant, Mrs. Nannie Rittenour, Mrs. Ruth Peterson, Mrs. Lois White, Miss Grace Mawyer. Cafeteria Staff MRS. SADIE BRYANT Cafeteria Staff Because of the able director¬ ship of Mrs. Sadie Bryant and the efforts and pleasant dispositions of our cafeteria personnel, our lunch¬ eons feature dishes comparable to those served anywhere. Maintenance man for Nelson County, Muriel Morris, sees that we have the neces¬ sary supplies and wields a hammer when necessary. Head custodian, Preston Foster, does an excellent job of keeping our building and grounds in first-class condition. CUSTODIANS ON THE JOB John Foster, Preston Foster, Mildred Foster Trout Fishing in Nelson Activities 23 , ■:■ :MM |M t r S m ip -u r mm M f, $ _ , a m: f - Zf 3 P V HUBS We Envision the Future . I mm. JK I M § m Wf t : i Hr- Individual and Group Instruction SCHOOL BOS ■ I ' — fit 1|jg§ §fl|| i M MElrlliPi .■ . »:■• ■. 118 ■ " » ' ' UB ; ; j.; : f | ’•■ »•• ' TJ, j ; W MEBW STCr S • f !( iflU Up 3d Si «»»_ jje £ . 3? —- .ini V ' , igBr ' ife -- " : : ' ■’ ■• ' •■.• .£;. ' - e%4sJ L jj ,:rl ■-- 1 WAYNE PATRICK President SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS NANCY HAMNER Vice President JUNE IRVINE Secretary-Treasurer BARBARA SMALL Reporter We, the members of the Senior Class, are nearing the end of our high school career, and we are ready to step out into the great world. Our determination has helped us achieve the goal we have looked forward to so long. We are indebted to the teachers for their untiring efforts in guid¬ ing and directing our journey through school. Some of the happiest years of our lives have been spent here. For each and every one of us the happiest day ever will be graduation, but we sincerely hope that a part of us will remain at Nelson in the years to come. 40 ELIZABETH ALLEN Sunny disposition JAMES ALLEN Quiet JANICE ALLEN Short and sweet H. T. ASHLEY Easy going Seniors Fifty-seven JEAN BOND Jean waits for Gene AUSTIN BRADLEY Ready for sports SHIRLEY BROOKS Lively ROBERT E. BROWN Looking for a professor, stop here. ALICE LEE BRYANT Likes to eat ROBERT BRYANT Devoted to study SHIRLEY BRYANT Demure HAROLD T. BUCHANAN Always on the go DALLAS CAMPBELL Loves the pigskin JAMES CAMPBELL Good worker RANDOLPH " MIKE " CAMPBELL Student leader ANNE CAMPBELL Thoughtful Seniors NELLIE CLEMENTS Engaged msmm VIOLET CARTER Bubbles with laughter SHELBY CLARKSON Vivacious BOYD COFFEY Aches and pains . DIXIE COFFEY Affable. . . quiet ILEEN COSS Smily ASHTON CURRIER Lively, spirited SANDRA DAVIS Good natured Fifty-seven JOAN DRUMHELLER Calm, reserved GERALD DUVAL Drummer extra ordinary GERALDINE FITZGERALD Light-hearted EVELYN FITZGERALD Well groomed MALCOLM FITZGERALD Always joking AGNES FOX Test hater ARDELL FOX Tranquil BARBARA GIBSON On the ball THOMAS GILES Mighty nimrod RUTH GRANT Sports minded JO ANNE GRAY CAROLYN GUNTER Typing whiz Amiable Seniors RHODERICK GUNTER Practical HELEN HAMILTON Unconcerned, cheery NANCY HAMNER Cute and candid HAROLD HARRIS Unruffled DERECK HARVEY Class giant JACKIE HARVEY Constant worker TUCKER HILL Good sense of humor FRANCES HUDSON Conscientious JOHNNY HUGHES LILLIAN HUGHES Lanky, athletic Energetic, optimistic JUNE IRVINE Beauty with brains MARY FRANCES JOHNS Air of contentment BARBARA JOHNSTON Tall and slender CATHERINE LANGRAN Apathetic ANN MASSIE FLOYD MASSIE Luscious blonde Flirtatious MARY ALICE McCARTNEY MARY LEWIS LINCOLN Pleasant company " Luke, " ambitious KATHERINE MARTIN Basketball guard REBECCA MAYS " Becky, " spirited Seniors WILLIS LITTLE Animated WILLIAM LOWE " Billy, " casual FAYE LAYTON Soft-spoken FRANCES LUNSFORD Pal to Violet C. PRICILLA MAWYER Still, sober RICHARD MEEKS Pleasing personality BERKLEY MILLER Seldom misses a dance JAMES MILLER Unconcerned JOYCE MUSSER Neat as a pin ALFRED RAY NORTH Good supply of wavy hair LOUISE PANNELL Sophisticated JOHN CARTER PARR Content at the wheel THOMAS PAINTER Ready for a laugh CARRIE PARRISH Picture of serenity WAYNE PATRICK Contagious personality KATHLEEN PURVIS Still waters run deep RACHEL PURVIS Hear much; speak little KEITH QUICK Good citizen NINA QUICK Polite, benign BEATRICE RAGLAND Well-dressed Seniors JOHNNIE ROBERTS A real lady killer SHIRLEY ROBERTSON Modest BARBARA SMALL Snappy cheerleader IMOGENE SMALL Terse, concise ANNA SPENCER Admired for beauty CAROLYN SPENCER Outstanding student DELMER SPENCER JOANNE STATON Quiet but friendly Accomplished SHELTON STEVENS THELMA SWARTZENTRUBER Outstanding in sports Busy with vital work WILLIAM TAYLOR Sharp dresser THOMAS TERRY Takes it slow and easy LILLIAN THOMAS Perpetual smile CLARKE THOMPSON Dry joker IRIS THOMPSON Sociable STANLEY THOMPSON Loves to laugh DORIS TRUSLOW Attractive MARGARET VEST Carefree JIMMY WADE Baseball star Seniors JOHN WADE Capable BETTY JEAN WHITE Talented majorette MAUDE WARD Composed I »OI mS - H. T. WITT Excellent artist CLAUDE WOOD Full of pep FRED WOOD Reliable RALPH WYLAND Infectious laugh GILMER ZIRKLE Basketball fan Too Busy KENNETH SULLIVAN HERBERT WOOD LYNWOOD WRIGHT 51 JERRY CAMPBELL Loquacious WALLACE GOODE Industrious CLYDE HUGHES Virile WILLIE MARKS Serious-minded LACY McCLAIN BARBARA NELSON Competent Post Graduates Waiting for Bernard MARY NELSON Dresses with taste GEORGE DELK President JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS EDDID ROTHGEB WILMA LEE TOWLER Vice President Secretary JULIAN BANTON Treasurer All of the members of the Junior Class salute the Seniors of ’57 and wish them the best of everything. It will be our lot to take their places next year, a vision to which we have all aspired since we entered school. In a short time the first bell will b e for us; we will be second to no one (except our be¬ loved teachers). During this school year, we have been working diligently at the many activities the Junior Class al¬ ways undertakes. With the help of our enthusiastic and untiring sponsor, Mrs. Louise Crews, we have accomplished much. In November, we presented " Don ' t Tell Your Father, " a three-act play. In De¬ cember, we became the proud owners of our class rings. In April, after many money-making projects, we decorated the gym and honored our Seniors with the annual Junior-Senior Prom. 53 Juniors JOAN AKERS BARBARA ASHLEY DOUGLAS ASHLEY RAY ASHLEY FAYE BABISH GENE BABISH JULIAN BANTON FRANCES BARRENTINE RITA BEALE MARTHA BOOTH SARAH BROWN GLORIA BRYANT MARIAN BRYANT NANCY BRYANT Juniors CAROL CAMPBELL CAROLYN CAMPBELL EVERETT CAMPBELL OPAL CAMPBELL SHIRLEY CAMPBELL HARRIET CARTER PEGGY CARTER ROGER CARTER WALLACE CARTER WILSON CARTER RONNIE CLARK HELEN CLAYTOR CARL COFFEY BETTY COFFEY 55 Juniors ELIZABETH COOK NANCY COOK GORDON COUPLES BETTY COX CORNELIA CRAIG NELLIE CRAIG CAROL CRITZER BARBARA CUNNINGHAM PHYLLIS DAVIS GEORGE DELK DALE DODD JULIET DODD CHARLOTTE DRUMHELLER MALCOLM DRUMHELLER Juniors MANLEY DRUMHELLER TILGHMAN DRUMHELLER FRANCES DUNCAN CHARLES ELLIS SAMANTHA EMBREY LUCY EWING EUGENE FITZGERALD JEAN FITZGERALD LESLIE FITZGERALD THELMA FITZGERALD LUELLEN FLOYD PAUL FLOYD RAYMOND FLOYD BARBARA GUNTER Juniors GENE GILES HERMAN GILES MYRTLE GILES HELEN GLASS VELMA GLASS JUDY GREINER MILDRED HAMILTON DARWIN HARRIS WILLIAM HARRIS ALTON HATTER DORIS HENDERSON ESTELLE HENDERSON MERRY HIGGS DOROTHY HILL Juniors BONNIE LEE HUGHES MARTHA HUGHES PEGGY HUGHES FRANK JOHNSON JAMES KIDD ROGER KIDD RONALD KING JANE LAWHORNE - y NELL LAWHORNE RACHEL LAWHORNE FRANK LUNSFORD AUBREY McCLAIN IDA MAE MORRIS MADISON MORRIS Juniors DEANNA MARSHALL BOBBY MARTIN LINDA MASSIE PATRICIA MASSIE WILLIAM MASSIE PHYLLIS MAWYER ANN MAYS JANICE NEESE MARY FRANCES NORVELL DORIS PANNEL BILLY PENDLETON RUTH MARIE PETERSON SHIRLEY PHILLIPS EVANDA POWELL Juniors EDITH PUGH RUSSEL PUGH BOBBY PURVIS JUDY REESE BOZY ROBERTS EDDIE ROTHGEB JOYCE SEAMAN LINDA SEAMAN DOLLY SHEFFIELD JANCIE SHEFFIELD WILLARD SIMPSON GLENN SITES REBECCA SLAUGHTER VIRGINIA SLOSSON 61 Juniors EVERETTE SMITH INEZ SPENCER WALLER STEWART BILLY TANNER WILMA LEE TOWLER JEAN TRUSLOW DORIS TURNER JOE TYREE JOYCE TYREE LOUISE TYREE ELAINE WADDELL WAYNE WADE JAMES WARE RAY WHITE Juniors BARBARA WHITEHEAD EDWIN WOOD JANE WOODSON ANNIE LEE WOOTEN PHYLLIS WOODY DORIS WRIGHT Descending! Three peas in a pod Looking the collection over. 63 In Memory Heaven needs the young and the beautiful as well as the aged and infirm. That is perhaps why God saw fit to call home our classmates to whom we lovingly dedicate this page. 64 • ■» 1,1 , « »!« §« ii SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ALICE SWARTZENTRUBER President JOHNNIE THAXTON Vice President FAYE WARE Secretary-Treasurer ANN DELK Reporter We, the Class of ' 59, started out last year as the first Freshman Class of Nelson County High School. We will be the first class to graduate having our entire high school here. When we began in the fall of ' 55 there were 213 members in our class. Some have dropped from school since then, leaving 136 at the present. We hope that all of us have resolved to make the best of the opportunities offered to us here. Mr. Sanger, our sponsor, is certainly an excellent one. 65 Sophomores Freddie Adams Mattie Allan Jacob Bond Peggy Bond Stewart Brandt Charles Brown Billy Brush Marian Bryant Dorothy Burge Lottie Burge Edward Campbell Irene Carter Herbert Walkup Jewell Clements Melvin Crickenberger Phyllis Critzer Margaret DeCatur Kenneth Dekay Douglas Dameron Ann Delk 66 Sophomores Marian Farrar Jeannette Ferguson Anne Fitzgerald Barry Fitzgerald Dorothy Fitzgerald Rita Fitzgerald Thurman Fitzgerald Elizabeth Floyd Joyce Floyd Dickie Folsom Andrew Gentry Maxine Giles Kenneth Glass Johnnie Goode Ruby Goolsby Betty Gowen Nora Hamilton Joan Hamlet Ted Harvey Jerry Hatter 67 Sophomores Alice Henderson Nancy Horsley Mary Hudson Nancy Hughes Patricia Hughes Revonda Hughes Tommy Hughes Shirley Iseman Virginia Johnson Pearl Jones Rita Jones Peggy Jordon Woodrow Jordon Marian Kidd James Langran Virginia Langram Anne Lawhorne Calvin Lawhorne Cora Bell Lawhorne Russell McFadden 68 Sophomores Paul McNabb Buddy Martin Elaine Martin Jean Martin Josephine Martin Janet Massie Kent Massie Dorothy Mawyer Eddie Mawyer Reba Mays J. G. Meeks Judy Miller Massie Napier Robert Napier Barbara Nash William Parr Frances Payne Bradford Phillips Emily Phillips Homer Ponton 69 Sophomores Tally Pugh Shirley Roberts Luther Robertson Raleigh Satterwhite Eugene Saunders Melvin Saunders Joyce Scruggs Fred Scruggs Frances Seaman Margie Sheffield Bobby Simpson Richard Simpson Ronnie Sites Ann Small Rebecca Small Barbara Spencer Harry Spencer Charles Stevens Paul Stevens Joyce Stewart 70 Sophomores Alice Swartzentruber David Taylor Betty Taylor Vernice Terry Johnnie Thaxton Bobby Thorpe Alvin Truslow Carolyn Turner Ralph Turpin Gladys Tyree Faye Ware Shelby White Connie Willoughby Doris Willoughby Nancy Wood Vernon Wood Nancy Woody Joyce Lee Wright Walter Wright Avis Wyland 71 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS VIRGINIA SUMMERS President SARAH MASSIE Vice President PEGGY DAMERON Secretary JOHNNY SUMMERS Treasurer As September 6 drew to a close, a few boys and girls were seen wandering around the halls still looking for their first period classroom. The Class of ’60 was in the throes of matriculation. After this duty had been looked after, and we were all established, our Freshman days began. A few never- to-be-forgotten days followed. Soon afterwards, small, but very distinguishable ’60 ' s were seen sprinkled around the halls and byways of the school. To a stranger these wanderers could easily be recognized as Freshmen. On October 29 the Freshmen elected their officers and wonderful sponsor, Mrs. Lincoln. During football and basketball season there were many outstanding Freshman players. Al¬ though not used to working together, they compiled a very convincing record. The term is ended; another year has fled. Our turbulent Freshman career nears its close. Our responsibilities, pleasures, anxieties, in the past such real actualities, now are memories and happy thoughts. These days are ones that we’ll never forget and always cherish. 73 Freshmen Marshal Adams Wayne Allen Dale Anderson Frances Ashley Sammy Baber Frances Banton Lucy Barlowe Rose Marie Barentine Gene Beard 74 Michael Beasley Larry Boyd Virginia Branch Reed Burnley Brenda Campbell Bruce Campbell Mary Campbell Nancy Campbell W. D. Campbell John Scott Carter Donald Gray Chennault Joanne Christian A1 Ray Bryant Earleen Bryant Jackie Bryant Dorothy Campbell Earl Campbell James Campbell Zane Campbell Bobby Carter Jerry Carter Freshmen Barbara Clark Fred Clarkson Doris Claytor Shirley Clements Dale Cook Patricia Cook Rick Cook Glenda Cooke Peggy Dameron Betty Davis Tracy Davis Bobby Dillard Helen Duncan Merolene Duncan Betty Evans Joyce M. Fitzgerald Joyce R. Fitzgerald Phyllis Fitzgerald Evelina Fortune Joan Gleason Fannie Goolsby Audrey Dodd Dale Dodd William Drumheller Dianne Fitzgerald Doris Fitzgerald Joyce E. Fitzgerald Ruby Fitzgerald Wayne Fitzgerald Jerry Floyd Freshmen James Goolsby Kenneth Graves Ronnie Hall Beverly Harlow R. D. Harlow Ann Harris Dorothy Harris Patricia Harris J. P. Harvey Neal Harvey Stanford Harvey Wayne Harvey Nancy Henderson Jimmy Higginbotham McArthur Higgenbotham Carl Johnson Elizabeth Johnson Ray Johnson Carl Hash Martin Hatter Ann Henderson Dickie Hill Martha Ann Hughes Arthur Irvine 76 Mary Jordoan Kenneth Kidd Betty Sue Lanahan Phyllis Jones Rita Jones Jerry Jordan Freshmen Lorraine Lawhome Ashby Lincoln Billy Lincoln Audrey Martin Bill Martin Danny Martin Lorraine Massie Sarah Massie Nancy Mawyer Billy Mays Ann Morris Shirley Patrick Ronnie Quick Barbara McFadden Dale Napier Dale Phillips Barbara Ragland Carolyn McGann Phyllis Oliver James Proffitt Jesse Adams Arleen Meeks Wayne Oliver Shirley Pugh Joyce Miller Leroy Pannel Janice Purvis Madeline Miller Carolyn Parrish Vada Mae Purvis 77 Freshmen Ralph Ramsey William Ramsey Phil Rhodes Bobby Jo Robertson Ross Rogers Ralph Saunders Tommy Saunders David Scruggs Wayne Small Harold Smith Jerry Smith Jesse Smith Jimmy Stevens Katherine Stevens L. D. Stevens Johnny Summers Mary Thacker Joanne Thompson Bill Turner Frances Vestal Mary Ellen Wade Pauline Smith L. P. Spencer Barbara Steele Linda Stevens Peggy Stevens Jennie Summers Phyllis Thompson Alfred Tomlin Patsy Truslow Freshmen James Cash Loretta Wheeler Doris White Shirley White Betty Whitehead Dorothy Williams Maggie Willoughby Judy Wood Linda Wood Myrna Wood Madeline Woody Doris Wooten Ray Wood William Woody Lawrence Wooten Howard Wright Ray Wyland 79 Barbara Johnnie Thelma Who is this??? Sittin pretty Personality plus SsraMH«Si Melvins sell bulletins. 80 JXZmi. Nelson Garden Center ADVERTISIN G MANAGER Helen Hamilton j BUSINESS MANAGER Helen Claytor PICTURE EDITOR Sandra Davis ADVERTISING GROUP Standing, left to right: Willard Simpson, Johnnie Roberts, Reba Mays, Barbara Gibson, Phyllis Mawyer, Elizabeth Cook, Kent Massie, Berkley Miller. Seated: Sandra Davis, Doris Truslow, Helen Hamilton, Manager; Thelma Swartzentruber, Joan Akers, Nancy Hamner. 82 Thos. Nelson Jr. Staff First row, left to right: Joanne Staton, literary editor; Helen Hamilton, advertising manager; Thelma Swartzentruber, editor; Elizabeth Cook, assistant editor; Helen Claytor, business manager; Sandra Davis, picture editor. Second row: Barbara Nelson; Mrs. Coleman, co-sponsor; Catherine Martin; Kent Massie; Barbara Gibson; Joan Akers; Phyllis Mawyer; Mike Campbell; June Irvine; Johnnie Roberts; Reba Mays; Mrs. Roberts, co-sponsor; Barbara Gunter; Nancy Hamner; Harriet Carter. MRS. ROBERTS Sponsor 83 PRESIDENT Willis Little VICE PRESIDENT Mike Campbell SECRETARY Joanne Staton TREASURER Mary Lewis Lincoln REPORTER Carolyn Spencer Beta Club The Beta Club is an organization which recognizes leadership, scholarship and character. The membership is by invitation only, and has scholarship qualifications. Front row, left to right: Mrs. Katherine Lincoln, Sponsor; Joan Akers; Samantha Embrey; Merry Higgs; Harriet Carter; Elizabeth Cook; Thelma Swartzentruber. Second row: Carolyn Spencer; Barbara Gunter; Helen Claytor; Barbara Whitehead; Barbara Nelson; Jean Bond; Evelyn Fitzgerald. Third row: Rachel Purvis, Joanne Gray; Mary L. Lincoln; Ruth-Marie Peterson; Joanne Staton; Carol Critzer. Fourth row: William Massie; Johnny Hughes; 84 Willis Little; Jimmy Ware; Mike Campbell. Miss Blanche Mays Sponsor Painting posters to arouse interest in the library. Library Club The Library Club is made up of the library assistants and persons who are interested in widening their knowledge of books and related services. You ' ve seen us in action if you ' ve ever needed reference assistance. Through book discussions, group readings, and various activities, we climb to greater appreciation of literature. Left to right: N. Bryant; J. Seaman; A. Bryant; J. Summers; F. Duncan; D. Marshall; B. Whitehead; L. Wood; M. Booth; M. Giles; B. Whitehead; J. Gleason; K. Massie; C. Parrish; D. Anderson; R. Brown; P. Massie; L. . Massie, Miss Mays - Sponsor; B. Cunningham; J. Langran; A. Tomlin; W. Harvey; B. Cox; A. Lincoln; L. Ewing; W. Norvell. Officers seated at table: Marian Kidd, Program Chairman; Frances Vestel, Secretary and Treasurer; Becky Mays, President; Alice Swartzentruber, Vice President; Judy Greiner, Reporter. 85 Future Farmers of America MOTTO Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve Future Farmers of America is a national organization of, by and for, boys studying Vocational Agriculture in public secondary schools under the provisions of the National Vocational Education Acts. ! OFFICERS President Tucker Hill Vice President Ray Ashley Secretary-Treasurer Paul Stevens Reporter Buddy Martin vsrlkSsS, g If J • 15 IS W ft SSaatMSsSSm 86 Future Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of America is the National Organization of pupils study¬ ing homemaking in Junior and Senior High Schools of the United States and Territories. The Motto: " Toward New Horizons " expresses the purposes of the organization. The emblem symbolizes that the future homes of America are in the hands of its youth. The flower is a red rose. President Catherine Langran Vice President Johnnie Thaxton Secretary Sarah Brown Treasurer Nancy Cooke Reporter Kathleen Purvis Song Leader Myrtle Giles Historian Lillian Thomas Parliamentarian Frances Barrentine Sponsors Miss Jean Brumback Mrs. Nancy K. Thomas 87 President Thelma Swartzentruber Vice President Samantha Embrey Secretary-Treasurer Helen Hamilton Bible Club The Bible Club was organized at the end of the first semester with Mrs. Dana Cook as sponsor. Its objectives are to learn more about the Bible, to promote Christian habits among the students, and to keep before the student body the importance of Christianity in our education. President June Irvine Vice President Phyllis Mawyer (Not pictured) Treasurer Carolyn Spencer Secretary Carolyn Gunter Johnny Hughes (Looks on) F.B.L.A. The Future Business Leaders of America, a national youth organization for business students, is de¬ signed particularly for those students who are looking forward to careers in business. One of its chief objectives is to develop strong aggressive leadership so that these future businessmen and women may participate more effectively in the business and community. Our chapter, consisting of 29 charter members, was organized during October 1956. Any student in the tenth grade or above taking one or more business subjects is eligible for membership. Senior 4-H Club Left to right: President Rebecca Mays Vice President Tucker Hill Secretary Catherine Martin Song Leaders Helen Hamilton Johnnie Thaxton Reporter Nancy Bryant 90 Junior 4-H Club Left to right: Song Leaders Vada Mae Purvis Phyllis Fitzgerald Vice President Frances Vestal President Sarah Massie 91 Left to right: Malcolm Drumheller, Manley Drumheller, Boyd Coffey, Dallas Campbell, William Massie, Paul Stevens, Ronnie Clark, Austin Bradley, Keith Quick, Mike Campbell, Wayne Wade, Shelton Stevens, Alfred Coleman, Tucker Hill, Ricky Powell, Gene Beard. Monogram Club The Nelson County High School Monogram Club is of immeasurable value in re¬ cruiting enthusiastic support and official recognition of the athletic program. Members of this club are boys who have earned a monogram in either football, baseball, basket¬ ball or track. OFFICERS President Mike Campbell Vice President Shelton Stevens Secretary Wayne Wade 92 The Safety Patrol is set up by state law. Its chief function at Nelson is bus duty. The importance of this organization can be demonstrated by the fact that a national safety association credits it with saving the lives of some 400 students. Members of the patrol are expected to set an example of proper behavior. Safety Patrol CAPTAINS Anna Spencer Myrtle Giles 93 1 IJL Future Teachers of America Seated, left to right: Jacqueline Harvey, Treasurer; Thelma Swartzentruber, Vice President; Mary Lewis Lincoln, President; Joan Akers, Secretary; Rebecca Mays, Reporter and Historian. Standing: Miss Laura Turner, Sponsor; Mr. William L. Kirby, Principal. The W. E. Kidd F. T. A. Club Future Teachers of America is a national professional organization sponsored by the National Education Association. The session 1956- 1957 marks the beginning of this club in Nelson County. The goals of the club are to create student interest in teaching as a career and to improve the quality of American citizenship. We realize the influence our late superintendent, W. E. Kidd, had on education in Nelson County; therefore, we have named our club in his honor. I 94 Keep Virginia Green Mr. Harris Puckett - our dedicated Agriculture Teacher. Although his job de¬ mands much in time and energy he is always serene and smiling. Keep Virginia Green Crews are organized in rural high schools throughout Virginia. Their purpose is to assist the Chief Forest Warden of the county in the prevention of forest fires. They are organized and trained by the Chief Forest Warden with the as¬ sistance of trained personnel from the Virginia Division of Forestry. Left to right: Riley Wood, Walter Stewart, Edward Campbell, PaulStevens, Tucker Hill, Ray Ashley. Forestry Judging Team The Nelson F. F. A. Forestry Judging Team won the Flag Federation F. F. A. Forestry Judging Contest at Charlottesville and the Central District Contest at Powhatan in November. Judging events included estimating board feet volume in standing trees; estimating cubic feet volume in standing trees; tree identification; selective cutting; log scaling; and woodland management problems. 96 In less than two years Mr. Sanger has developed a band of which all Nel- sonians are proud. Its marching unit puts on intriguing half-time shows; it has received creditable ratings in sev¬ eral competitions. A drum major and three majorettes, selected and trained by Mr. Sanger, add sparkle and charm to this colorful group. The concert band presents two major public performances each year. These are carefully rehearsed and en¬ thusiastically attended. Concert Band A crowning achievement was the " Superior " rating which the band won at the District V Music Festival last spring. Seven outstanding Nelson bandsmen have been chosen to attend the Sectional All- State Band which will assemble at Waynes¬ boro on February 8, 9. and 10. Because of Mr. Sanger ' s talent and energy, many of our students are develop¬ ing new skills and appreciations; musically our entire community is being enriched. Johnnie Roberts Drum Major Marching Band The Three Majorettes NANCY HAMNER HELEN HAMILTON DANCE BAND BETTY WHITE Front row, left to right: Gerald Duval, Merry Higgs, Samantha Embrey, Sarah Massie, Mike Campbell, Mary L. Lincoln, Joyce Seaman, Becky Mays. Back row: Virginia Langran, George Delk, Mr. Sanger, Ronald King, Kent Massie, Bobby Purvis. 00 ■ V • SAXOPHONE QUARTET Mary Lewis Lincoln Sarah Cocke Massie Merry Higgs Joyce Lee Seaman CORNET QUARTET Bobby Purvis Ronald King Billy Brush Bill Lincoln TROMBONE QUARTET Johnnie Roberts George Delk Virginia Langran Samuel " Rick " Cook 102 All-State Band Left to right: Roger Carter, Bass; Mike Campbell, Clarinet; Cookie Langran, Trombone; Merry Higgs, Alto Saxophone; Samantha Embrey, Clarinet; Gerald Duval, Percussion. Not pictured is Stuart Brandt, who is a bonus member on String Bass. These students were chosen by a tryout com¬ mittee to represent the band at the District V Division of All-State Band. 103 BOBBY SANGER Reserve Band Back row, left to right: Johnny Summers, Philip Rhodes, Peggy Dameron, Ray Wyland, Ashby Lincoln, Jerry Carter, Carl Johnson, Bobby Carter, Paul Floyd, James Higginbotham, Dale Anderson. Front row: Doris White, W. D. Campbell, Audrey Dodd, Larry Boyd, Ann Fitzgerald, Patsy Purdue, Alice Swartz - entruber. •JMP MR. ROBERT SANGER Director MISS CAROLYN CAMPBELL Accompanist Chorus The Harmonious Four Nelson County High School Football Team 1956 YEAR ' S SCORES RICKY POWELL and SHELTON STEVENS - Co-Captains I Nelson 12 Nelson 7 Nelson 19 Nelson 6 Nelson 19 Nelson 0 Nelson 40 Nelson 13 Nelson 39 Brookville 0 Albemarle 30 Altavista 13 Appomattox 14 Gretna 0 Natural Bridge 26 Boys Camp 13 Glass J. V. 0 Amherst 7 108 Nelson Governors Mike Campbell, Roger Kidd, Manley Drumheller, William Massie, Gene Beard, Shelton Stevens, Wayne Wade, Aubrey McClain, Ricky Powell, Boyd Coffey, Ronald Clarke. The 1956 Governors started out in the heat of summer with the spirit and the will to win. There were long hours of practice and at long last came the first game of the season. Because of their will to win, the Governors, though their play was a bit ragged, showed spots of brightness and promise. As the season progressed, the team ' s greatness became apparent. The season’s record was six wins and three losses. In District IV competition, the Governors finished with four wins and one loss and tied for District Championship honors with Altavista. 109 SHELTON STEVENS Senior; 148 lbs. ; Shelton was co-cap¬ tain and scored 79 points during the season. RICKY POWELL Senior; 165 lbs. ; Ricky was co-captain. Played end and half¬ back; scored 58 points. " MIKE " CAMPBELL Senior; 138 lbs. ; Played an outstanding position at end on defense and offense. DALLAS CAMPBELL Senior; 155 lbs. ; Played fullback and defensive tackle and did a fine job. NELSON 12 - BROOKVILLE 6 NELSON 7 - ALBEMARLE 30 Nelson opened its District IV season with a victory over Brookville. The trip to Charlottesville proved fatal for the Governors! Although outweighed fifteen pounds per man in the line, the Governors showed plenty desire to play ball. Ricky Powell scored both touchdowns for Nelson. The first score came on a pass from Shelton Stevens to Ricky with the play covering forty-five yards. The other touchdown came on a thirty-five yard run by Ricky as he outran the entire Brookville team. With the score 7 to 0 in favor of Albemarle at halftime and 9 to 7 at the end of the third quarter, the Governors " gave " Albemarle three quick touch downs. Ricky Powell scored the touchdown while Shelton Stevens carried the ball over for the extra point. VERNON WOOD Sophomore; 150 lbs. ; Vernon played his first year and could be one of the best backs next year. KEITH QUICK Senior; 158 lbs. ; Was an outstanding guard and recovered several fumbles by his alert¬ ness. ROGER KIDD Junior; 153 lbs. ; Roger was an outstanding tackle for his size. Swiftness afoot helped him. BOYD COFFEY Senior; 138 lbs.; Was an outstanding tackle. The smallest tackle in history of football. The " holler guy " on the team. MO The fact that Nelson County has come of age in football is due in great part to Coach McGinnis. The Governors are co-champions in District IV competition. NELSON 19 - ALTAVISTA 13 NELSON 6 - APPOMATTOX 14 The visiting " Colonels " blew in from Altavista expecting to defeat the Nelson Governors. However, as the final whistle blew, the Nelson team led 19 to 13. This was the only defeat for Altavista during the season. With this victory, the Governors moved to the top of the District IV standing with a two and no record. Outstanding play was turned in by the entire team. Malcolm Drumheller’s injury in the second quar ter upset the local team while Appomattox took ad¬ vantage and led 14 to 0. The second half was a different story with the visiting team being pushed for a 14 to 6 victory. Carl Johnson, substituting for Shelton Stevens, handed off to Ricky Powell for the lone score. GENE BEARD Freshman; 168 lbs. ; Gene was an outstand¬ ing fullback and will be back f or the next three years. BRUCE CAMPBELL Freshman; 185 lbs. ; Bruce showed some promise as he played tackle and gained valuable experience. EVERETT CAMPBELL Junior; 158 lbs. ; Everett showed his de¬ termination as a guard and should be a big help next year. RONALD CLARKE Junior: 160 lbs.; Ronald played his first season at end and did a fine job I I I MALCOLM DRUMHELLER SHELTON STEVENS MANLEY DRUMHELLER NELSON 19 - GRETNA 0 The Nelson team traveled to Gretna and won its third game against one defeat in District IV compe¬ tition. Several long gains were made by Gene Beard, Picky Powell, and Shelton Stevens. Ricky Powell brought his season’s total to thirty-eight points. Shelton Stevens accounted for the other two touch¬ downs and the lone extra point. NELSON 0 - NATURAL BRIDGE 26 The undefeated Hornets stung the Governors to the tune of 26 to 0. This was the lowest score the Natural Bridge ' team had held until a 13 to 13 tie later in the season. Several breaks proved to be the turning point of a well played game. ALFRED COLEMAN Sophomore; 160 lbs. ; Alfred played reserve tackle and is counted on for next year. DALE DODD Junior; 145 lbs.; Dale played on reserve center. MALCOLM DRUMHELLER Junior; 153 lbs.; Mac was injured during the season but is one of the best backs. MANLEY DRUMHELLER Junior; 148 lbs.; Man- ley played his first year and with twin brother Mac, they make a good combination. 112 PAUL FLOYD RAYMOND FLOYD JOHNNY GOODE JIMMY KGGEN- Junior; 158 lbs. ; Paul Junior; 183 lbs. ; Ray Sophomore; 145 lbs. ; BOTHAM played reserve guard played tackle and is Johnny should play Sophomore; 135 lbs. ; and is a good morale counted on for next plenty of guard next Jim took over as second builder. year ' s team. season. string quarterback after mid-season and did a fine job. NELSON 40 - BOYS ' CAMP 13 NELSON 13 - GLASS J. V. 0 The Governors finally met a team its own weight and defeated them 40 to 13. The reserves played more than half of the ball game. Shelton Stevens scored twenty-seven points on three running plays of twenty yards each. Another touchdown by Stevens was a forty-yard interception. Gene Beard and Carl Johnson accounted for the other two touchdowns. Outstanding on defense were Mike Campbell, Boyd Coffey, and Paul Stevens. The Governors downed a stubborn Glass team in the mud by the score of 13 to 0. The first touchdown was a ninety-five yard punt return by Shelton Stevens. The second touchdown was set up with long runs by Gene Beard and Ricky Powell. Shelton Stevens on his own eleven-yard line faked a handoff and went over untouched. Mike Campbell scored the extra point on a pass from Shelton. CARL JOHNSON Junior; 135 lbs. ; Carl was injured toward end of season but plans to help run next year ' s team. CARL JOHNSON Freshman; 155 lbs.; Carl made some nice runs in the final game and shows much prom¬ ise. BILLY LINCOLN Freshman; 135 lbs. ; Bill is a fine prospect for the end position in the next three years. AUBREY McCLAIN Junior; 158 lbs. ; Aub¬ rey is one of the best defensive ends and did a fine job late in the season. I 13 BUDDY MARTIN Sophomore; 160 lbs. ; Buddy gained some valuable experience and should help next year’s team. WILLIAM MASSIE Junior; 155 lbs. ; William played some outstanding defensive ball and should be one of the better ball play¬ ers next year. EUGENE SAUNDERS Sophomore; 135 lbs. ; Tene needs some more experience as a guard. WAYNE SMALL Freshman: 125 lbs. ; Wayne will be another of our future great athletes. i NELSON 39 - AMHERST 7 The Governors finished a successful season with a decisive district win over Amherst. Shelton Stevens scored thirteen points, Ricky Powell twelve, Mike Campbell eight, and Ronald Clark six. Other players who played outstanding ball were Manley Drumheller, Gene Beard, Paul Stevens, William Massie, Keith Quick, Boyd Coffey, Roger Kidd, Austin Bradley, and Wayne Wade. NELSON vs. AMHERST PAUL STEVENS Junior; 160 lbs. ; Paul was a defensive end and did an excellent job of kicking off. He could be one of the better players next year. WALLER STEWART Junior; 165 lbs. ; Wal¬ ler played as reserve tackle and did a good job. WAYNE WADE Junior; 155 lbs. ; Wayne played a lot of guard and did an outstanding job for the Governors. EDWIN WOOD Junior: 140 lbs. ; Edwin proved himself as a de¬ fensive player and should help the team next year. ' ' 4 ' i; Our Spirited Cheerleaders Left to right: Helen Glass, Becky Mays, Elizabeth Cooke, Faye Ware, Barbara Small, Joan Akers, June Irvine, Wilma Towler, Joyce Seaman. Left to right: Elizabeth Cooke, Helen Glass, Becky Mays, Faye Ware, Barbara Small, Joan Akers, Wilma Towler, June Irvine, Joyce Seaman. I IB MIKE CAMPBELL (F) GENE BEARD (C) RICKY POWELL (F) SHELTON STEVENS (G) FRANK JOHNSON (F) VERNON WOOD (C) AUSTIN BRADLEY (G) RALEIGH SATTERWHITE (G) DEREK HARVEY (C) I 16 RALPH TURPIN (G) 56-- ' 57 SCHEDULE December 1 December 4 December 7 December 8 December 11 December 14 December 18 January 4 January 8 January 15 January 21 January 26 January 29 February 1 February 5 February 8 February 12 February 15 February 19 February 22 Scottsville Appomattox Rustburg Shenandoah New London Altavista Amherst William Campbell Rustburg Buckingham Appomattox Big Island Altavista Amherst Big Island Brookville Gretna New London Brookville William Campbell JOHNNY HUGHES (F) BOYD COFFEY Manager MADISON MORRIS Manager MR. J. SHERMAN LEAGUE For his excellent coaching, his great enthusiasm and splendid school spirit we think he is tops. Governors COLORS: Green and Gold Left to right: Shelton Stevens, Ralph Turpin, Frank Johnson, Raleigh Satterwhite, Gene Beard, Derek Harvey, Johnny Hughes, Ricky Powell, Vernon Wood, Mike Campbell, Austin Bradley, Boyd Coffey, Manager; Mr. J. S. League, Coach; Madison Morris, Manager. Left to right: Mr. McGinnis, Coach; Bobby Purvis, David Taylor, Lester Bell, Billy Lincoln, George Delk, James Ware, Rick Cooke, Wayne Small, Melvin Saunders, Wayne Harvey, Barry Fitzgerald. Junior Varsity SCHEDULE WE 44 December 5 E. C. Glass THEY 48 42 December 8 Shenandoah 44 54 December 11 New London 33 28 December 14 Altavista 31 59 December 18 Amherst 23 55 January 4 William Campbell 28 52 January 8 E. C. Glass 50 57 January 15 Buckingham 33 79 January 26 Big Island 40 56 January 29 Altavista 77 22 February 1 Amherst 24 58 February 12 Gretna 30 53 February 15 New London 52 48 February 22 William Campbell 47 118 Girls ' Basketball ! Left to right: Virginia Langran, Faye Ware, Ruth-Marie Peterson, Ann Mays, Thelma Fitzgerald, Barbara Small, June Irvine, Mr. Kirby, Rebecca Mays, Lillian Hughes, Katherine Martin, Ruth Grant, Gloria Bryant, Ann Delk, Wilma Lee Towler. SCHEDULE December 1 Scottsville December 4 Appomattox December 7 Rustburg December 11 New London December 18 Amherst January 8 Rustburg January 21 Appomattox February 1 Amherst February 5 Big Island February 8 Brookville February 15 New London February 19 Brookville MR. W. L. KIRBY, JR. Coach I 120 The Governors ' ladies have had a very successful season. At mid-season they had established them¬ selves as a contender for tournament honors in the district. This was accomplished by team spirit and hard work on the part of the team, Mr. Kirby, and Mrs. Crews. THELMA FITZGERALD Forward JUNE IRVINE Co-captain REBECCA MAYS Guard RUTH-MARIE PETERSON Guard LILLIAN HUGHES Co-captain CATHERINE MARTIN Guard 121 Baseball — 1956 Front row, left to right: C. McGinnis, Coach; F. Horton, P.; A. Bradley, SS.; S. Stevens, P.; W. Wade, C.; J. Wade, 2b.; J. Allen, IF.; M. Drumheller, OF. Back row: B. Huffer, 3B.; W. Floyd, OF.; L. Campbell, OF.; R. Clark, IB.; K. Quick OF.; P. Stevens, P.; K. Moler OF. 122 SHELTON STEVENS Pitcher AUSTIN BRADLEY Good long-ball hitter PAUL STEVENS Pitcher .« 4 . WAYNE WADE Position Catcher Holding the target " r % JIMMY WADE Position 2B " Getting the pivot " RONALD CLARK Position IB " Stretching for the ball " JAMES ALLEN Utility infielder " Pedro " BOYD HUFFER Position 3B " Base stealing " " Talking things over before the big game. " Left to right: Lilbourne Campbell, Malcolm Erumheller, Kenneth Mohler, Wayne Floyd, and Keith Quick, 123 Duffy’s Den Ready for a baseball trip 124 Front row, left to right: Boyd Coffey, Wayne Patrick, Eugene Fitzgerald, Manley Drumheller, Malcolm Drum- heller, Shelton Stevens, Mike Campbell. Back row: Dallas Campbell, Gordon Couples, Bo Zirkle, Gene Beard, Madison Morris, James Campbell, Tucker Hill, Wayne Wade. We are very proud of our track team of 1956. They won three out of five meets during the year plus the District Meet where they set six new District IV records and sent fif teen boys to the State Meet. It was the first track team in the history of Nelson County and brought our new consolidated high school its first athletic trophy. Left to right: Gordon Couples, Shelton Stevens, Manley Drumheller, Malcolm Drumheller. District Champions in 880 relay District record holder - Time: 1 min. 41 sec. District Champion Mike Campbell - District record holder. Height 5 ft. 4 3 4 in. 125 Prospects for 1957 Left to right: Gene Beard, Shelton Stevens, Tucker Hill, Malcolm Drumheller. j District Champions in Mile Relay i District Record Holder - Time 3:55 8 Sec. i BO ZIRKLE District Champion SHELTON STEVENS District Champion and Dis¬ trict Record Holder Pole Vault 10 ft. 4 in. GORDON COUPLES District Champion and Dis trict Record Holder Discus Toss 130 ft. 3 4 in. 126 ■ t w.-j [ JKm 1 nK i Ms? k Ww ,, Kw ’w Miss Nelson County High School JUNE IRVINE 130 CUTEST Nancy Hamner and Claude Wood MOST POPULAR Helen Hamilton and Wayne Patrick MOST ATHLETIC June Irvine and Shelton Stevens 131 BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Barbara Gibson and Thomas Painter Senior MOST COURTEOUS Nina Quick and Bobby Bryant 132 MOST TALENTED Helen Hamilton and Wayne Patrick BEST PERSONALITY Anna Spencer and Alfred Ray North NEATEST Beatrice Ragland and Billy Lowe MOST DEPENDABLE Thelma Swartzentruber and Mike Campbell Mirror MOST VERSATILE Becky Mays and Boyd Coffey 133 BEST ALL-AROUND June Irvine and Mike Campbell Senior CHATTERBOXES Violet Carter and John Carter Parr 134 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Joanne Gray and Lynwood Wright BEST LOOKING Anna Spencer and Billy Lowe MOST INDUSTRIOUS FRIENDLIEST Mary Lewis Lincoln and Robert Brown Carolyn Gunter and Tucker Hill Mirror S , c o, MOST AMBITIOUS Carolyn Spencer and Willis Little 135 Juniors MOST ATHLETIC MOST INTELLECTUAL Thelma Fitzgerald and Ricky Powell Joan Akers and William Massie BEST LOOKING Jeanette Ferguson and Gene Giles Sophomores MOST ATHLETIC Ann Delk and Ralph Turpin MOST INTELLECTUAL Revonda Hughes and Kent Massie 137 MOST POPULAR Wayne Small and Virginia Summers Freshmen 138 MOST ATHLETIC Joan Gleason and Gene Beard MOST INTELLECTUAL Sarah Massie and Johnny Summers SENIOR STATISTICS ELIZABETH ALLEN Afton, Virginia JAMES ALLEN Faber, Virginia Baseball 3. JANICE DANEEN ALLEN Afton, Virginia Choral Club 4; Bible Club 4. H. T. ASHLEY Lovingston, Virginia KVG 3,4. JEAN MARIE BOND Arrington, Virginia Beta Club 3,4; FHA 3,4. SAMUEL AUSTIN BRADLEY Lovingston, Virginia Monogram Club 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Football 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4. SHIRLEY BROOKS Shipman, Virginia FHA 4. ROBERT E. BROWN Shipman, Virginia FBLA 4; Library Club 3; Safety Patrol 3,4; Bible Club 4. ALICE LEE BRYANT Lovingston, Virginia Band 3,4; 4-H Club 3,4; Parliamentarian in FHA 3; Library Club 4; Bible Club 4; Basketball 3,4. ROBERT GLENN BRYANT Amherst, Virginia Bible Club 4; FBLA 4; KVG 4; 4-H Club 3, 4; Band. SHIRLEY ANN BRYANT Montebello, Virginia FHA 3. HAROLD T. BUCHANAN Shipman, Virginia Choral 3,4; KVG 3,4. DALLAS EDWARD CAMPBELL Piney River, Virginia Monogram 3,4; KVG Crew Leader 3,4; FBLA 4; Football 3,4; Track 3,4. EDITH ANNE CAMPBELL Roseland, Virginia FHA 3; FBLA 4; Bible Club 4. JAMES CAMPBELL Tyro, Virginia Track 3; Safety Patrol 3,4. RANDOLPH (Mike) CAMPBELL Lovington, Virginia Monogram Club, President 3,4; Beta Club, Re¬ porter 3, Vice President 4; Football 3,4; Basket¬ ball 3,4; Track 3,4; Band 3,4; Dance Band 4; Student Council, President 4; Annual Staff 4. VIOLET ANN CARTER Roseland, Virginia Choral Club 3, 4. SHELBY CLINE CLARKSON Arrington, Virginia FBLA 4. NELLIE CLEMENTS Schuyler, Virginia Bible Club 4. DIXIE LEE COFFEY Tyro, Virginia FHA 4; Safety Patrol 4. BOYD COFFEY Avon, Virginia Football 3,4; Track 3,4; Bible Club; Mono¬ gram Club 3, 4. ILEEN VIRGINIA COSS Afton, Virginia FBLA 4; FHA. ASHTON CURRIER Schuyler, Virginia 4-H Club 3,4. SANDRA DAVIS Nellysford, Virginia SCA, Treasurer 3; FHA 4; Annual Staff, Picture Editor 4. JOAN DRUMHELLER Rockfish, Virginia GERALD DUVAL Roseland, Virginia Band 3,4; Dance Band 3,4. SENIOR STATISTICS 140 EVELYN CAROLINE FITZGERALD Massies Mill, Virginia Beta Club 3,4; FHA 3,4; Safety Patrol 4. MALCOLM CARROLL FITZGERALD Arrington, Virginia Choral Club 3,4; KVG 3,4. ROSA GERALDINE FITZGERALD Montebello, Virginia Safety Patrol 3,4; FHA 3. AGNES FOX Greenfield, Virginia FHA 4; Choral Club 4. ARDELL FOX Avon, Virginia BARBARA ANN GIBSON Faber, Virginia 4-H Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 4; FHA 3; An¬ nual Staff 4; Basketball 4; Bible Club 4. THOMAS PARKER GILES Shipman, Virginia Choral Club 4; KVG. RUTH GRANT Massies Mill, Virginia Basketball 3, 4. JO ANNE GRAY Afton, Virginia Beta Club 3,4; FBLA 4; Bible Club 4. CAROLYN GUNTER Shipman, Virginia FBLA, Secretary 4. RHODERICK GUNTER Shipman, Virginia Beta Club 3. HELEN CLAIRE HAMILTON Schuyler, Virginia Class Secretary-Treasurer 3; Majorette 3,4; FBLA 4; Band 3,4; Bible Club, Secretary- Treasurer 4; 4-H Club, Song Leader 3,4; Annual Staff 4. NANCY HAMNER Schuyler, Virginia Senior Vice President; FHA 4; Majorette 4; Annual Staff 4. HAROLD DEAN HARRIS Greenfield, Virginia DEREK GAYLORD HARVEY Lowesville, Virginia Safety Patrol 4; Monogram 4; KVG 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Track 3,4. JACQUELIN HARVEY Arrington, Virginia FHA 3,4; FTA, Treasurer 4; 4-H Club 3; Bible Club 4. TUCKER HILL Roseland, Virginia FFA, Vice President 3, President 4; Student Council; Monogram; KVG; 4-H Club, Vice President 4. FRANCES HUDSON Massies Mill, Virginia JOHNNY HUGHES Nellysford, Virginia Beta Club 3,4; FBLA 4; KVG 3,4; Basket¬ ball 3,4. LILLIAN ELIZABETH HUGHES Roseland, Virginia Basketball 3,4; FBLA 4. JUNE IRVINE FBLA, President 4; Annual Staff 4; Student Council 4; Cheerleader 4; Basketball 3,4; Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class. MARY FRANCES JOHNS Lovingston, Virginia FHA 3, 4; Choral 4; Bible Club 4. BARBARA JOHNSTON Lovingston, Virginia Choral Club 4. CATHERINE EARLE LANGRAN Roseland, Virginia Reporter of Junior Class; FHA, Secretary 3, President 4; Safety Patrol 4; Choral Club 4. JOYCE FAYE LAYTON Montebello, Virginia MARY LEWIS LINCOLN Lovingston, Virginia Band 3,4; Dance Band 3,4; FTA, President 4; Beta Club, Treasurer 4; Beta Club 3; Parliamentarian of Student Council 4, Stu¬ dent Council, Vice President 3. SENIOR STATISTICS WILLIS LITTLE Lovingston, Virginia KVG; Beta Club, President 4; Choral Club 4; Beta Club 3. BILLY LOWE Arrington, Virginia KVG 3,4. LAURA FRANCES LUNSFORD Massies Mill, Virginia mary McCartney Afton, Virginia KATHERINE ANNE MARTIN Piney River, Virginia Annual Staff 4; FBLA 4; 4-H Club 3; Choral Club 4; 4-H Club, Secretary-Treasurer 4. FLOYD ALEXANDER MASSIE, JR. Piney River, Virginia Football 3; KVG 3,4. VIRGINIA ANN MASSIE Lowesville, Virginia FHA. PRISCILLA ANNE MAWYER Lovingston, Virginia FHA 3; Bible Club 4. REBECCA MAYS Lovingston, Virginia FHA, President 3; Cheerleader 4; Beta Club, Vice President 3; Beta Club 4; 4-H Club, President 4, Secretary 3; Library Club, Re¬ porter 3, President 4; Dance Band 3,4; Bas¬ ketball 3,4. RICHARD MEEKS Nellysford, Virginia Baseball; KVG. BERKLEY MILLER Arrington, Virginia Monogram 3; KVG 3,4; Choral 3,4. JAMES MILLER Roseland, Virginia FFA 3; KVG 3,4. JOYCE MUSSER Rockfish, Virginia ALFRED RAY NORTH Tye River, Virginia KVG 3,4 THOMAS PAINTER Massies Mill, Virginia FFA, Treasurer 3; KVG 3,4; Safety Patrol. BESSIE LOUISE PANNELL Afton, Virginia Choral Club 4; FHA 3, 4; Bible Club 4. JOHN CARTER PARR Piney River, Virginia KVG 4; 4-H Club 3,4. CARRIE LEE PARRISH Roseland, Virginia FHA 4; Bible Club 4. WAYNE PATRICK Roseland, Virginia Marching Band 3,4; Bible Club 4; Choral Club, President 4, Treasurer 3; Senior Class President. ELEANOR RACHEL PURVIS Shipman, Virginia Beta Club 3,4; Bible Club 4; FBLA 4. KATHLEEN PURVIS Shipman, Virginia 4-H Club 3,4; Bible Club 4; FHA 3, Re¬ porter 4. KEITH E. QUICK Avon, Virginia Monogram 3,4; Football 3,4; Baseball 3. NINA QUICK Faber, Virginia BEATRICE RAGLAND Schuyler, Virginia Bible Club 4. JOHNNIE ROBERTS Faber, Virginia FFA 4; 4-H Club 3,4; KVG 3,4; Annual Staff 4. SHIRLEY IRENE ROBERTSON Wingina, Virginia Bible Club 4. BARBARA SMALL Nellysford, Virginia Senior Class Reporter; FHA 4; Basketball 3, 4; Cheerleader 3,4. IMOGENE SMALL Nellysford, Virginia Choral Club 4. 141 SENIOR STATISTICS ANNA LOUISE SPENCER Arrington, Virginia FBLA 4; Safety Patrol 4; FHA, Historian 3; Beta Club 3. MARIE CAROLYN SPENCER Arrington, Virginia FBLA, Treasurer 4; Student Council 4; Beta Club, Reporter 3,4. RICHARD DELMER SPENCER Arrington, Virginia JOANNE WITHERS STATON Tyro, Virginia Beta Club, Secretary 4, Treasurer 3; An¬ nual Staff, Literary Editor 4. SHELTON STEVENS Lovingston, Virginia KVG 3,4; Track 3,4; Football 3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Winner of Football Trophy 4. KENNETH SULLIVAN Shipman, Virginia THELMA VIOLET SWARTZENTRUBER Schuyler, Virginia Student Council 4, Secretary 3; Beta Club 3,4; Bible Club 4; Annual Staff, Assistant Editor 3; FTA, Vice President 4; Editor of Annual 4. WILLIAM EARL TAYLOR Gladstone, Virginia Safety Patrol 3; KVG 3,4; FBLA 4; Bible Club 4. THOMAS TERRY Roseland, Virginia Choral Club 3, 4. LILLIAN THOMAS Greenfield, Virginia FHA. IRIS THOMPSON Roseland, Virginia FHA 4; Bible Club 4. LESLIE CLARKE THOMPSON, JR. Roseland, Virginia STANLEY THOMPSON Nellysford, Virginia KVG 3,4. DORIS TRUSLOW Nellysford, Virginia FHA 4. MARGARET LIZZIE VEST Afton, Virginia FBLA 4; Bible Club 4. JAMES WADE Greenfield, Virginia Monogram Club 3,4; Baseball 3. JOHN WADE, JR. Avon, Virginia MAUDE WARD Avon, Virginia Choral Club 4. BETTY JEAN WHITE Afton, Virginia Band 3,4; Majorette 3,4; FBLA 4; Bible Club 4. DEANNA WHITEHEAD Lowesville, Virginia Beta Club 3; FBLA 4; Bible Club 4. MARY JANE WILLS Lovingston, Virginia FHA 3; Bible Club 4. H. T. WITT, JR. Nellysford, Virginia Safety Patrol 3,4; 4-H Club 4; Annual Staff, Art Editor 3; KVG 3, 4. CLAUDE WOOD Wingina, Virginia 4-H Club 3,4. FRED WINSTON WOOD Lowesville, Virginia RUSSEL WOOD Arrington, Virginia KVG 3,4; Safety Patrol 3. LYNWOOD WRIGHT Arrington, Virginia RALPH WYLAND Schuyler, Virginia 4-H Club 4; Band 3, 4. GILMER EDWIN ZIRKLE Montebello, Virginia Safety Patrol 3,4; KVG 3,4. 142 ELECTRIC COOP Community Owned Community Built Community Builder Lovingston, Virginia STONH CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA Serving Nelson and Albemarle Counties Since Before 1870 Alberene Black Serpentine Facing and Outer Hearth Garden Walk and Fireplace Stone ESSO SERVICE Lovingston, Virginia FLOYD ' S MARKET Telephone 3151 General Electric Appliances - General Merchandise We Service What We Sell Lovingston, Virginia THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NELSON COUNTY Lovingston, Virginia “The Bank for the People of Nelson County” Member of the American Bankers As sociation Member of the Independent Bankers Association Member of the Virginia Bankers Association Member of the Federal Reserve System Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation LOVINSSTON MOTOR SALES,INC. Telephone 3402 Main Street Lovingston, Virginia LOVINGSTON HOTEL AND RESTAURANT Compliments of M INC CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Telephone 2511 P. D. PAYNE, JR. Pr e sident Lovingston, Virginia NELSON THEATRE j. h. McClellan Lovingston, Virginia FUNERAL HOME Phone 3161 Ambulance Service Lovingston, Virginia Lovingston, Virginia MRS. LOUISE A. AMISS, Mgr. Lincoln - Mercury Safe Buy Used Cars Compliments of BASTIAN Rochester, New York RAYMOND PAGE P. O. Box 236 Vinton, Virginia SAUNDPR ' S FORD, I NO. Lovingston, Virginia COMPANY JAMES L. DECK, Representative 3110 West Marshall Street Richmond 21, Virginia Telephone 4-2246 School Jewelry Invitations Caps and Gowns Compliments of RECORDS, INC. Crozet, Virginia Compliments of T RAILROAD Piney River, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of Riverside Market TRACTOR CO., INC. Avon, Virginia Compliments of Virginia’s Largest Growers of General Line Plant Material. Operates AZALEA BOXWOOD GARDENS Charlottesville, Virginia mac ' s MARKET For the Best in Groceries We Give S H Green Stamps and GILES TV SERVICE Guaranteed Service on All Makes Phone 24 73 and 7812 Roseland, Va. Compliments of VIRGINIA WOOD PRESERVING COMPANY Covesville, Virginia .JAN IES S. LAMBERT GENERAL MERCHANDISE Faber, Virginia Compliments of MORTON FROZEN FOODS, INC. Crozet, Virginia THE AETON STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dial Greenwood 3021 Afton, Virginia ROCKE I SI—I MOUNTAIN ORCHARDS Fancy Mountain Apples Avon, Virginia Phone Greenwood 2005 Compliments of K. M. BAKER JR. Heavy Contract Hauling " We Go Anywhere Anytime " Lovingston, Va. Phone 4131 PONTONS SNACK BAR Breyer ' s Ice Cream Good Sandwiches and Coffee Groceries Phone 3711 Lovingston, Virginia COMPANY General Merchandise Fresh Meat - Coal Fertilizer - Radios Arrington, Virginia Phone 7901 AR ' R. INGTON COLD STORAGE COOPERATIVE, INC. " There Is Always a Leader " Main Office: Shipman, Virginia - Dial 3Z41 Plant: Arrington, Virginia - Dial 4581 Compliments of -TL-JTZ TltD —BIT RESTAURANT Woods Mill Faber, Virginia Successor to G. H. Parr and P. T. Brittle " Serving Nelson County for More Than Half a Century " PINEY RIVER FUNERAL HOME " A Service That is Distinctive but Not Expensive " 24-Hour Ambulance Service Piney River - 2161 Dial Piney River - 2161 Piney River - 3541 C. PRESTON PARR Day or Night EDWIN M. MOORE Piney River, Virginia JOHN W. WHEELER A Complete Fuel Service Coal Phone 2366 Arrington, Virginia Compliments of V M.C.A. Gladstone, Virginia WHITES DEPARTMENT STORE, INC. AND FASHION CENTER " Waynesboro Shopping Center " 518 West Main Street Waynesboro, Virginia Phone 5551 Compliments of BLUE RIDGE GROCERY CO. , INC. Waynesboro, Virginia Let Us Give You a Glamorous New Hair-Do Soft Waves and Curls Easy - to - Care - For DOROTHY ' S BEAUTY SHOPPE Lovingston, Virginia Phone 4 14 1 Compliments of LOVING BROTHERS Lovingston, Virginia Phone 4411 Compliments of Compliments of PINEY HARVEYS RIVER GROCERY COFFEE SHOP Greenfield, Virginia Phone 78Z1 Piney River, Virginia ALLENS SERVICE STATION ■R.CO. AND A.O. MARTIN Gas - Oil - Groceries Phone 7053 Groceries Colleen, Virginia Caskie, Virginia BROWN McGinnis CASH GROCERY GENERAL MERCHANDISE Shipman, Virginia Phone 267 1 Gladstone, Virginia " Store of Values " M.E. MASSIE Compliments of MAWYERS GENERAL MERCHANDISE ESSO STATION Woods Mill Tyro, Virginia Faber, Virginia Compliments of NELSON - H. M. ALBERMAR LEE HILBISH GARAGE GROCER J. M. TINNELL AND SON General Repair Work Piney River Route 6 Between Schuyler and Route 29 SAUNDER ' S CHARLES E=. GROCERY HAM NER Fresh Meat SERVICE STATION - GROCERS U. S. Royal Tires New and Recap Route 6 Two Miles West of Esmont Schuyler, Virginia Compliments of 1—111_1_IDE COVESVILLE GARDENS GARAGE North Garden, Va. Dial 3-1156 Headquarters for Fine Covesville, Virginia Garden Plants and Orchids Repairs on All Makes Route 29 Visitors Welcome of Cars K.M PURVIS QUICK GENERAL MERCHANDISE JOHNSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Gas and Oil Covesville, Virginia Charlottesville Faber, Virginia Dial 3-1159 WADDELLS 308 E. Main Street For Your Home Needs Charlottesville, Va. RUCKER- Shoes for School Wear PAYNE Stride Rite Saddles and Loafers for the Girls SUPPLY COMPANY Lovingston, Virginia Boy Scouts for the Boys Phone 3211 Compliments of Compliments of K1l_ MART 1 N ' S HARVEYS PHARMACY SERVICE STATION Lovingston, Virginia Colleen, Virginia ALLEN ' S Stop and Eat at Nyl t d sy SERVICE STATION IVIMK i Gas - Oil - Groceries LUNCH Woods Mill Phone 7053 Faber, Virginia Colleen, Virginia Phone Lovingston 3981 Stop and Shop W M. L. at JONES SHADY ' S PLACE " Most Up to Date Store in Nelson County " Lovingston, Virginia Arrington, Virginia Phone 2 364 SCHUVLER ANDERSON ' S GARAGE RESTAURANT Afton, Va. R. C. WALSH, Prop. General Auto Repair Schuyler, Virginia Gulf Gas and Oil HAVEN BROS. AETON GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING ESSO STATION Sprayer Parts and Service Afton, Virginia Afton, Va. Dial 2641 Phone Greenwood, Va. Greenwood 7023 Compliments of HARVEYfe duncan ' s CASH STORE SERVICE Fresh Meats Groceries Feeds Gas and Oil Greenfield, Virginia Dial Piney River 2477 Roseland, Virginia Compliments of Steaks - Chops - Seafood Sandwiches COVE CREEK You Can Always Get a Good Meal at INDUSTRIES NONNIE ' S PLACE Our Specialties Country Ham - Fried Chicken Covesville, Virginia 7 Miles South of Lovingston On New Route U. S. 29 WOODS Compliments of RESTAURANT LEA Home Cooked Foods Specializing in BROTHERS GROCERY Virginia Ham Fried Chicken and Steaks Phone 2771 Lovingston, Virginia Massies Mill, Virginia Compliments of CZ A PATTESON MRS. R. A. MAHONE CO. General Merchandise GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fresh Meats, Feeds Gas and Oil Phone 2455 Telephone 2491 Massies Mill, Virginia Roseland, Virginia Compliments of PINEV |_| -y- CAMPBELL RIVER MOTOR SALES GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone 3111 Owne r s Phone 7851 W. DALE HARVEY R. LLOYD CAMPBELL Piney River, Virginia Used Cars and Trucks Piney River, Virginia GEO. 1= HILBISH GENERAL MERCHANDISE PAY NE ' S GARAGE GMC Trucks : Fresh Meats, Produce Flour Gulf Gas and Tires Goodrich Tires Feed and Hay Wrecker Service Phone 2721 Phone No. 2621 Piney River, Virginia Piney River, Virginia DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store Telephone 3881 Scottsville, Virginia THACKER BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME 24 Hour Ambulance Service Phone 2791 Scottsville, Virginia WILLIAM A. DAWSON, JR. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR Grocers - Produce - Notions - Novelties Phone 2681 Scottsville, Virginia 19 Years Amherst Ford Dealer Philco - Maytag Pt APPLIANCE CO. TV Sales and Service Amherst, Virginia Phone 3381 When You Visit Welcome to ' Ug COFFEE SHOP Phone 7921 Amherst, Virginia Chevrolet 0 y T 0 o Oldsmobile Amherst 2828 TME INC ORPORATED We Clothe the Family Scottsville, Virginia OMOHUNDRO HARDWARE CO. Westinghouse Electric Appliances Myers Water System Devoe Paints - Gifts - China Scottsville, Virginia Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Scottsville, Virginia you want a photograph ... you want a fine photograph and that’s the only kind your official photographer takes! GUGGENHEIMER ' S STUDIO Mezzanine Floor Comfortably Cooled In Lynchburg - It ' s For All Your Shopping Needs Portable Typewriter and Office Machine Headquarter s in the Lynchburg Area Everything for Your Office at the Businessman ' s Department Store BROWN - MORRISON COMPANY, INCORPORATED 718 Main Street Lynchburg, Va. Time out for refreshment BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Compliments of PHARMACY H l L_l_ HARDWARE CORP. Hardware, Furniture, Building Materials GE Electrical Appliances Amherst, Virginia MYERS RHODES EQUIPMENT CO. , INC. New Idea - New Holland - Oliver - Ferguson Farm Machinery McCulloch Chain Saws Simplicity Garden Tractors 1612-14 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia As members of the 1957 graduating class, you have completed an important step towards leadership. Ahead, there will be many milestones as you reach even greater goals. With possibilities unlimited, your work, achievements, initiative and effort will help keep our country great and strong. ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY S. O. FISHER, I NJC. Sporting and Athletic Supplies Educational Toys and Games 1024 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Patterson’s Druggists Are Trained To Serve Your Health Needs DRUG CO. 1020 MAIN STREET 7th MAIN STREETS DIAL 2-2347 DIAL 2-4573 PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED Mo GE H EE FURNITURE CO. , INC. 920-922 Main St. Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of SCHEWEL FURNITURE COMPANY 1025-1029 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Grow With Lynchburg After High School Attend " PHILL-IPS BUSINESS COLLEGE Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of HARDWARE CO. , INC Lynchburg, Virginia Read the NEWS The newspaper for the entire family. All the news of world, happenings in your State, your community, Sports, Society, Stirring Editorials, Features, Eight Page Color Comic Supple ments on Sunday. Compliments of JENNINGS CORP Wholesale Only Lynchburg, Virginia Save - and Make It a Habit! LYNCHBURG FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Main Office 6 16 Church St. Miller Park Branch 1990 Fort Ave. Lynchburg, Virginia JAMES T DAVI S Lynchburg ' s Leading Paint and Wall Paper Store 1Z25 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia HAIVIIVIERSUEY MOTORS, INC. New Car Sales and Service Used Car Center Twelfth and Clay Streets Lynchburg, Virginia Open Nights Until 9:00 P. M. AOAtvfe MOTOR COMPANY JULIAN ADAMS, Owner DeSoto and Plymouth Sales - Service Good and Bad Used Cars 813 Fifth Street Phones Office 2-3456 _ Res. 3-0509 Compliments of O.W. WOOD WHOLESALE GROCER Distributor Pratt-Low and Pocohuntas Fine Foods Lynchburg, Virginia THE LYNCHBURG NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member F. D. I. C. Ninth and Main Streets Lynchburg, Virginia Allied Art Building Lynchburg, Virginia DICKERSON BUICK CORP. Home of New Buicks GMC Trucks Sales and Service Federal St. at Fifth Lynchburg, Va. CLEANERS " Our Service Must Please " 1400 Main Street Telephone 3-1364 Lynchburg, Virginia WAILES STOP AND SHOP Shoes for the Entire Family- Work Clothes and Ladies ' Wear Amherst, Virginia Read the TIMES Every Week AMHERST MILLING CO. Amherst, Virginia Merchant and Exchange Milling If Your Haircut Doesn ' t Become You, You Should be Coming to Us. WHITTENS BARBER SHOP Amherst, Virginia Best Barber Shop in Town Compliments of Compliments of DRUMMANDS JACK A. Self-Service WATTS GENERAL INSURANCE Bonds Amherst, Virginia Amherst, Virginia Telephone 3731 COLEMAN ' S Fine Footwear Since 1886 by Nehborg WEBB - WHITAKER CO. , INC. Men ' s and Young Men ' s Clothing Lynchburg, Virginia REAMS 2P ■PHILLI ' P ' S COMPANY BROTHERS INC. INC. Furniture and House Visit Our Jewelry Furnishings Sporting Goods and Music " Let Us Make Your House Departments a Home " Class Rings 620-924 Main St. 906 Main Street Lynchburg, Va. Lynchburg, Virginia HOME BAKERY FURNITURE CO. Wedding - Party Cakes 12th and Main Street Special Orders Taken There ' s No Place Like Home Bread - Rolls - Pastries 1110 1 2 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia THE FURNITURE FARMERS MART SEED SUPPLY CO. , INC. INC. Feed, Seed and Farm Supplies " Where Customers Send Their Friends " 1306 Main Street 1206-08 Main Street Dial 2-2522 Telephone 2-5781 Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia S-T-R-E-T-C-H L.OPPLEMAN Your Dollars at 825 Main Street JcqQ iz Lynchburg, Virginia Jewelry - Music - Luggage Conn and Holton Band In Lynchburg 1011-17 Main Street 3014 Memorial Street Instruments Gibson - Martin - Fender Guitar s WILLS —CAMP Compliments of oo. " Men ' s Clothing and Furnishing " HUGHES DRY CLEANING CORPORATION 819 Main St. 1601 Park Avenue Phone 2-2756 Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia WM. O. JAMES A. TAYLOR SCOTT X SON Manufacturer of and INC. Dealer in Sash - Doors - Blinds - Glass Insurance and Bonds of Building Material Every Kind Since 1866 1310-20 Commerce St. Lynchburg, Virginia 203-210 Lynch Building Telephone 2-1781 Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of SUPER 1 OR LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING CLEANERS AND Superior in Value, Quality and Service VIRGINIA LAUNDRY Amherst, Va. Lynchburg, Virginia Dial 3011 or 4611 Compliments of C. H. BEASLEY CRADDOCK TERRY X BRO. CORPORATION SHOE CORPORATION Wholesale Grocers Lynchburg, Virginia 915-917 Commerce St. Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of CANADA 50UTHEPN PARTS AND BEARING CO. 1022 Commerce Street Lynchburg, Virginia PRODUCE LYNCHBURG CLOTHING CO. , INC. 919 Commerce St. Lynchburg, Va. Men and Boys ' Suits, MOTOR CO. , INC. Overcoats, Pants, Notions " Give Us a Visit " Lynchburg, Virginia WOOD ' S bo We n Young Men ' s Clothing Head to Foot JeMefayCcwpanij, 1NC . 1003 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg ROBERTS PIANO COMPANY Baldwin — Choice of the World’s Great Pianists The magic of the magnificent Baldwin is a vital link between parents and children . . . giving them both a common basis for fun and pleasure . . . joining them in a mutual love and understanding of music. And for the beginner—young or old—the rich tone, flowing action and exciting response of i his finest piano inspire perfection and hasten learning. As Nationally Advertised Charlottesville, Lynchburg and TtBeht tyfi Aeb to t to taM Of 4957 The Monticello Dairy mm M. C. HI L_L_ FUNERAL HOME 222 Jefferson Park Ave. In the University- Community Phones 2-5444, 3-4758 Ambulance Service at All Hours " Unexcelled Service Within the Means of All " SMITH, AMORY VIA, BARKLEY AGENCY, INCORPORATED Insurance of All Kinds L Telephones: 2-5116, 2-5117, 2-8556 Post Office Box 349 Rose Hill Drive Charlottesville, Virginia " As Near as Your Telephone " . ... BOOK STORE, INC. At the University Since 1875 For All Your Athletic Equipment Needs Use " Thilson " Football Baseball Basketball Boxing Track Playground Charlottesville, Virginia CHARLOTTESVI l_LJ= OFFICE MACHINE CO. Authorized Underwood Agency - Sales and Service 915 West Main Street P. O. Box 348 Dial 2-7419 Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of Charlottesville, Virginia Go By Trailways Compliments of CHAS. KING SOM WHOLESALE GROCERS Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of AUTO AND TRUCK DEALERS ASSOCIATION Charlottesville, Va. Russell Mooney Olds Sales and Service Bradley Peyton III Harper Motors, Inc. R. M. Davis Motors, Inc. Charlottesville Motors Perking Motor Co. MacGregor Motors, Inc. Calhoun Chevrolet H. M. Gleason and Co., Inc. Vance Buick, Inc. Coggins Motor Co., Inc. Wilhoit Motors Wright’s Wrecking Yard Compliments of ORP ORATION of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia MILLING CORPORATION Manufacturers of Livestock and Poultry Feed Buyers of All Type Grain Grain Drying - Custom Mixed Feed Main Plant and Offices on Route 29 5 Miles South of Charlottesville, Virginia Box 3387, University Station Phone 2-6435 Compliments of Eastern Branch Office STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Route 29 North Charlottesville, Va. Plumbing and Heating Contractors EARL H. VAUGHAN, INC. 608 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Selectemp Heating Iron Fireman " Coal That Burns " Products Dial 2-5177 ALCO COFFEE IS Purer Stronger Distributed by ALBEMARLE-MICHIE CO. , INC. Charlottesville, Virginia Milder Satisfying BOOK STORE, INC. At the University Since 1875 For All Your Athletic Equipment Needs Use " Wilson " Football - Baseball - Basketball - Boxing - Track - Playground Charlottesville, Virginia KING AMD ROBERTS, INC. Wholesale Confections, Food Products, etc. Distributor s Wise Potato Chips Page and Shaw Box Candies Telephone 2-6945 Charlottesville, Virginia WI LEYS 410 E. Main St. Charlottesville, Va. Ladies ' and Children ' s Apparel THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation " Use Your Banks in Charlotte sville " THE OAIL.V PROGRESS Over One Half Century of Public Service Delivered in Nelson County Each Afternoon by Carrier and Motor Route Charlottesville, Virginia Hardware All Kinds HARDWARE Charlottesville, Virginia C. H. Wl IAsK 1 CO. Serving Central and Northern Virginia Charlottesville ' s Leading Dept. Store Charlottesville, Virginia ll_L LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Since 1893 Lumber - Building Material - Paint Hardware - Power Tools Wall Board - Johns - Manville Roofing Dial - 25135 Charlottesville, Virginia OIL COMPANY Gulf Distributors Phone 2-5551 Charlottesville, Virginia TME SHOP Quality Men ' s Wear Charlottesville, Virginia Congratulations Graduates From THE JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE " Virginia’s Leading Business College " Career Training Courses in: Medical Secretaryship Accountancy - Business Legal Secretaryship Administration General Secretaryship Sales Office Management Charlottesville, Va. Phone 2-9357 LUMBER CORPORATION Charlottesville, Virginia WJ. KELLER CO. 404 E. Main St. Charlottesville, Va. Andrew Geller Naturalizer Mademoiselle Town and Country Paradise Bass Weejuns Sport Shoes by Spalding Dial 2-2915 FREDDY ' S FUNERAL HOME Superior Ambulance Service Dial 2-7546 Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of COLEMAN ' S JEFFERSON SHOP Charlottesville - Gordonsville Louisa - Scottesville RAY FISHER ' S, INC. Appliances 323 W. Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia J. D. AND J. S. TINMAN Ready-to-Wear Piece Goods and Notions Charlottesville, Virginia Hawkins’ r — - rpck; X rn 120 East Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Ladies’ and Children’s Ready-to-Wear Boys’ and Men’s Clothing Dry Goods - Notions - Home Furnishings Official BOY SCOUT Uniforms Equipment SINCE 1896 " THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES " S. L_. ELLIOTS THOM A3 OPTICIAN 105 North First Street Charlottesville, Virginia Mello-Rich Ice Cream So-Good Sausage ELLIOTT ICE CO. Charlottesville, Va. gitcheliJs UNIVERSITY STUDIO DRUG STORE Portrait and Commercial 1 Photographers 304 East Main Street Opposite Hospital Dial 2-4555 Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of 1 — 1 . IN I . DETTOR EDWARDS AND MORRIS GLEASON CO. , INC. WHOLESALE GROCERS Charlottesville, Virginia Farm Machinery Television and Appliances Charlottesville, Virginia Feed, Seed, Fertilizer International Trucks INC. GODW1 Kl - HOLSTEAD ELECTRIC COMPANY 313 E. Main St. 215 Avon Street Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Va. Jwam GIFTS Vj Main at Fourth Street Charlottesville, Va. Charlottesville, Virginia RENNOLDS SOUTHERN ELECTRIC Charlottesville ' s Most Complete Appliance Center 227 West Main Street CHARLOTTESVILLE ' VIRGINIA G1 LMORE, HAM f l SNYDER INCORPORATED Furniture for the Home and Office W. L. RENNOLDS Telephone 3-5136 Charlottesville, Virginia CITY LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Preston and Grady Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Just Dial 29-136 ft Compliments of VIRGINIA AUTOMATIC CAR WASH " Quick Five Minute Service " THEATER 1202 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Phone 3-5253 Charlottesville, Virginia Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted DR. J. T. GREENE Optometrist M.C. THOMAS FURNITURE HEADQUARTERS 211 West Main Street Two Stores Charlottesville, Virginia Since 1907 Hours: 9 A. M. - 5 P.M. 420 East Main Street Sat. 9 A. M. - 2 P. M. Dial 2-6154 Telephone 3-2459 Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA ° FLORIST 319 West Main Street 1517-19 West Main St. Waynesboro, Va. Phone 8556 Charlottesville, Virginia _). E . SEMI NJOL.E WOO ' D GENERAL MERCHANDISE SERVICE STATION J. G. ROBERTS, Prop. On U. S. Route 29 Faber, Virginia Faber, Virginia Baked Goods of All Varieties Baked Fresh Daily on Premises Free Delivery on Special Orders Located in 7-Day Shopping Center Phone 2-7262 Charlottesville, Va. " For All the News - When It Is News " NEWS-VIRGINIAN Dial 2-8215 Waynesboro, Virginia MEADOWBROOK PASTRY SHOP Compliments of the AUTOMOBILE DEALERS BAUGHER MOTOR COMPANY B B BUICK BRAND CHEVROLET COMPANY BRANNOCKS, INC. DRIVERS SALES SERVICE PAUL FREED, INC. HERSH OLDSMOBILE REISER MOTOR COMPANY Waynesboro, Virginia Watch Repair Diamonds Jewelry Repair Watches Wl. JEWELERS 122 Wayne Avenue Waynesboro, Virginia Proprietors: JAMES E. RHAMES D. E. MUSTAIN ALBEMARLE - MICHIE CO. , INC. Wholesale Grocery Distributors P. O. Drawer 59 Charlottesville, Virginia VALLEY VIEW FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions 4 18 E. Main St. Dial 2-6141 Charlottesville, Virginia AMERICAN HEALTH INSURANCE REGIONAL MANAGERS Z15 Main Street Farmville, Virginia Telephone: 34Z WHITE6EL TE. W. BARGER MUSIC AND COMPANY " Where Everything Is Music and Music Is Dependable Insurance Everything. " For All of Your Insurance Needs, See Us 149 S. Main Street Phone 43657 L. B. B. Building Waynesboro, Virginia Harrisonburg, Virginia Phone Z-8189 THEATRES Waynesboro, Virginia FISHBURNES DRUG STORE " Your Drug Store Since 1878 " Waynesboro, Virginia Compliments of DEPARTMENT STORE Home of Better Values Phone 7506 Waynesboro, Virginia BANK The Bank That Service Built Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Member F. D. I. C. and Federal Reserve System Drive In Branch, West Main and Magnolia Main Office, Main and Wayne Waynesboro, Va. THE C LARKSO N ESSO SERVICE STORES Tires - Batteries " South ' s Largest Jewelers " Accessories 517 West Main St. Waynesboro, Virginia Colleen, Virginia Compliments of audits CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY, INC. Waynesboro, Virginia ROCCO FEEDS OF AUGUSTA, INC. " Use Rocco Feeds for Bigger Profits " ZOO S. Bayard Avenue Waynesboro, Virginia Compliments of .J. J. NEWBERRY CO. VARIETY - DEPARTMENT STORE Your One Stop Shopping Center Waynesboro, Virginia COZY K 1 TO HEN Compliments of GARST ALL AMERICAN RESTAURANT INC. For the Best in Foods Office, School and 24 Hour Service Hobby Supplies Telephone 9691 Waynesboro, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia 1022 W. Maine Compliments of Visit Our New Address HUDSON WAYNE CLEANERS AND DYERS WELDING CO. 220 Commerce Avenue Waynesboro, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia Dependable Service Since 1910 G . 1 A 1 tRRV HAMILTON- COOK HARDWARE CO. , INC. Paint - Appliances - Hardware Household and Farm Supplies 145 N. Wayne Avenue Waynesboro, Va. Phone 2-8251 WELDING AND IRON WORK Steel Fabrication and Erection Portable Equipment Pipe Welding 228 Commerce Avenue Waynesboro, Virginia Phone 9432 Meet CLARK DODD JR. EARLY DAWN DAIRY BAR at East Main St. Dial 2-5671 SHOP Cold Plates - Sandwiches Salads - Breakfasts Quality Dairy Products 510 Main St. 6:30 A. M. - 12:30 A. M. Service Waynesboro, Va. Curb Service 5:00 - 12:00 Compliments of SOUTHERN RESTAURANT Waynesboro, Virginia THE CITIZENS-WAYNESBORO BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Reserve System and F. D. I. C. " There Is No Substitute for Savings " We Pay 2% Waynesboro, Virginia Compliments of 5-10-25£ STORE Waynesboro, Virginia DENNY ' S MUSIC SHOPPE Everything " Musical " Records - Pianos - Band Instruments Accessories - Sheet Music Radios - Phonographs 403 W. Main St. Dial 2-8792 Martha-Lawrence Bldg. Waynesboro, Va. Compliments of Compliments of BERNARD W- ZEH N IATSTHA LAWRENCE PLUMBING AND HEATING Waynesboro, Virginia Dial 6616 Waynesboro, Virginia RINSER ' S ESSO STATION Compliments of Atlas Tires - Accessories do-nut DINETTE East Main at N and W Underpass Phone 3586 Good Food - 24 Hour Service 1107 W. Main St. Waynesboro, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia Finale Dear Subscribers, Here is our yearbook at last. We sin¬ Mrs. Massie and Mr. Coco have rendered cerely hope that you are pleased with it. aid along literary lines. Miss Turner has been Many hours of hard work have made this book wonderful in getting information and a pic¬ possible. ture of Thomas Nelson, Jr. She has also help- Not only have " hours " made it possible, ed in other ways. but more important, the people who spent Our advertisers have made the financial those hours. We would like to express our phase of our job simpler; and indeed, with¬ appreciation to all who have done just that. out them, this book would never have been First, our staff. Various jobs, small and made. large, have been performed by them. The These people are not the only ones who staff certainly included Mrs. Coleman and have brought this publication to you. There Mrs. Roberts; without them this yearbook have been others, seen and unseen. Some would have been an impossible undertaking. have perhaps done a job which took only five The administration has been understand¬ minutes; but all jobs, even seemingly insig¬ ing and patient though at times we know we nificant ones, are needed. were disturbing. The faculty has not com¬ A hearty " Thank you " is extended to plained audibly when classes were momen¬ " every single one " of you who has helped, tarily interrupted for picture-taking. named and unrecognized. You will never A number of pictures for our theme, Nel¬ realize how much your work is appreciated. son County, were made available to us by the Kindly accept this inadequate expression from Chamber of Commerce. Mr. James Lammie, our hearts. whose services were indispensable, has been Now, subscriber, we present this book to our chief photographer. Mr. J. H. McClellan you, hoping you will treasure it as the record has gone to no end of trouble to obtain sev¬ we have tried to make it - a record of the ups eral very important pictures for us. Mrs. Rule and downs in ' 56 - ' 57 of our Alma Mater, Loving has given of her valuable time. Nor¬ Nelson County High. folk and Western Railroad donated pictures Sincerely, Thelma Swartzentruber, Editor for two of our theme pages. 203 A Nelson County Church 204 LITHOGRAPHED BY TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO. DALLAS • TEXAS The Best Yearbooks are TAYLOR-MADE it r , , • ' -J » ' ttfy jyf. 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