Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA)

 - Class of 1961

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Mill 111 111 •RTir««ietTi‘ : rorO’JiSI ■ 1 KKI r inw " 71 mr; T j ta£;-9is-a t carj-na . rjsi i ) s -j : tr-ii; -!J: ' I • ua . i i ,j " .jr -i : J-.iC.M !’3X .Id j rj.r.3L3 : r.rj ; 3 , m :i .. i i t‘ IV.;. 1 i 1?).: . ,1 4.--3 -J . i J x. 1 ; r.:.L-ir-..:zLir. JMM . • i ; rrt- fr : . J . -.1 j • 1 • 1 !; ‘ — WITHIN THESE WALLS o o o I ¥ ' mm «W % V7T ' ' V U r ‘0 , ' %t kWi ' l J ' U ETEEjr SlxTy Oj £ ' d a A Q Jl sC {jp $ 7 - j w ,; a • . ■ WtBL ■. c ' --a, ■- A public school system, to effectively impart knowledge to the youth of a given district, must be adapted to local requirements and the conditions prevalent in the community. Furthermore, it must have the best possible facilities if the task Je cMonis wellaccompli shed. The peo ple of Nelson County, in recognition of this fact, have made many sacrifices to provide their young people with a fine the?county in the field of education! Two of the more " important strides forward have been a consolida¬ tion of high schools and the more recent additionof an eighth grade. Having one high school has resulted 111 a feeling H uut hro ughout the county.. The school building and grounds have served“iTot only as a praWTTSWcmon, but to facilitate community social, cultural, and intellectual growth. In ages past and indeed today, knowledge, growth, and learning have all been and still are synonymous with one word - book. Indisputable is the overwhelming importance of books of all types to progress in tiic arts and learning. In truth, nothing is so important to the field of education as the printed word. Ihis, the importance of book learning, whether it be volumes upon volumes of them, or only one not so unusual textbook, is the theme of the Thomas Nelson, Jr. for 1961. " There is no frigate like a book. " 5 A memorial to the past A symbol of hope for the future Our flag pole was erected to the memory of George Gordon, Jr. ' The library at Nelson County High School, by means of the endeav¬ ors of the staff and community cooperation is taking on the aspects of a well established institution. To this portion of our building, the storehouse of past and present knowledge, we dedicate our yearbook. THEY CAME IN SEARCH OF KNOWLEDGE f jT ' kM-- ;4. ' M ' A •■ -■ j .. • v f The leading ' activity at N.C.H.S " perusing " books. •y -.. - - m . — i 4 4 j j - j " 3 i fit $Uf m ml if Mi m , i t ■. UF i ? %tf jp ' ft f f§ A Kgs 13 |i» | IHffi| WMWI «!»«»»■« mm f t ■ asii IsB Mm ' ? —— 1 1— PS ,. • v |pt .■« -■» . , . tf J .._ „„ ™ m ' ig’.wtagg " " ' " 1 ' " rr £3 in IHMp| =2 Xj " " " HT3 , . f » ■ ' ffv .4 it i , l( ( ' ; •« Hr " ‘ p fT SjlfaLj: ' - :H- . -$ ' ' lX a 1 - ' “tfV. ' -v-V HA YS TO RE MBER — TYPINC The students of Nelson County High feel that they have real friends as their administrative of¬ ficers. We are proud to think that their aims and our ideals are he same - new ways to make our high school the best of its kind. Mr. J.B.M. Carter always strives to further this. His ever-ready wit, his genuine interest in each school project, his unfailing joviality make him a vital part of our school life. This excep¬ tional combination of thorough efficiency and friendly good will have made us realize that we are privileged to have Mr. Carter as Nelson County Superintendent. MRS. JUNE HARRIS, Secretary, friendly and efficient. I RICHARD MOON, Visiting Teacher Mr. Moon ' s kind hearted interest in each Nelson County child, - even the laggards on the edu¬ cational path, is an attribute which gives him great popularity among the students. With a word of encouragement, praise, or wise counsel, as the occasion demands, he has helped many to complete their high school education. MRS. REEFA McGUFFIN, General Supervisor So many people appreciate the talents of Mrs. McGuffin that it ' s impossible for us to keep her with us much. She has one of those rare personalities which prove attractive to everyone, always smiling when it does the most good. We are very fond of Mrs. McGuffin and cheerfully share her with the other county schools. 21 MR. W. L. KIRBY, JR. Principal The principal of a school might well be compared to a general marshalling his army for battle. In the longest battle of mankind ' s history, that against ig¬ norance and intellectual suppression, the only truly effective weapon is universal education. For five years since the founding of our school, Mr. Kirby has been in the foremost ranks of the forces of knowledge. His guiding hand has been of inestimable value in shaping the school policy and in the enrichment of its pro¬ gram. A person of many talents, Mr. Kirby has time and again demonstrated his versatility in all fields. He has used these gifts in the best interest of the youth of Nelson County High. 22 JAMES BRAWLEY Assistant Principal As assistant principal at Nelson County High, Mr. Braw- ley has performed many diffi¬ cult administrative tasks, and as a teacher of great worth has fully utilized his abilities in classroom instruction. Amiable and ever ready with a word of friendly advice, he is admired by all. He willingly undertakes ad¬ ditional assignments and gives untiringly of himself at all times. Because of these quali¬ ties and many more, he has become one of the greatest assets in our school. J. A. MICHAEL Assistant Principal With each year that Mr. Michael has remained on the administrative staff as assistant principal, his services have increased so that now they are practically indispensable. Manifesting a good natured ap- proachability, he is affable to all who know him. This characteristic so seldom en¬ countered has endeared him to the hearts of the students who have benefited from his wise counsel. REBA MAYS, Secretary She is never too busy to lend a helping hand. 23 IN MEMORY RUSSELL MASSIE HENDERSON 1934 - 1961 He walked among us - for a little while - his cheerful smile and courageous spirit, making our lives richer for his having been in our midst, Books - the Bridge Between Child and Faculty ■ " - m NELSON COUNTY HIGH HAS SEVEN NEW FACULTY MEMBERS ■ » k ■ ' 2-1 2 ? »-• ■ |... ” ■f£r . rr VC JAMES BRAWLEY Assistant Principal General Science LINDA CRAIG Librarian EMILY BRUGUIERE English LOUISE CREWS American History Latin LILLIAN COLEMAN Guidance Geography MADELINE GARDNER English American History DANNA COOK Plane and Solid Geometry Trigonometry, Gen. Math DAN GUSMEROTTI Mathematics Mrs. Cook individualizes instruction in her geometry classes. INSTRUCTORS IN VOCATIONAL AND BUSINESS EDUCATION CONDUCT ADULT CLASSES AT N.C.H.S. Science pupils enjoy find¬ ing out facts for themselves under Mrs. Horsley ' s di¬ rection. PAULINE HARVEY Business Education J. A. MICHAEL Assistant Principal American History RUTH HORSLEY General Science Physics, Biology JEAN MUIR Physical Education SHERMAN LEAGUE Physical Education Geography NANCY PARR Home Economics CATHERINE LINCOLN Business Education ANNIE PAYNE Home Economics General Science MRS. VIRGINIA TUCKER REJOINS FACULTY AFTER A YEAR OF GRADUATE WORK IN THE FIELD OF SCIENCE E. H. PUCKETT Vocational Agriculture MARY C. ROBERTS Business Education FAYE RUTHERFORD English ROBERT SANGER Band and Choral CAROLINE TUCKER Business English French and Spanish VIRGINIA TUCKER General Science ■ Algebra and Math LAURA TURNER English and Algebra RICHARD WALL English Mrs. Caroline Tucker’s class singing a Christmas carol in French. ADDITIONAL FACULTY MEMBER ADDED IN Many hours of work went into the construction of this map in Mrs. Whitehead ' s World History class F.F.A. pupils intent on the demonstration being given by Mr. Wood GILBERT WATTS Gen. Science Physical Education CATHERINE WHITEHEAD Guidance World History Government CLIFF WOOD Agriculture Mathematics I 29 Mrs. Catherine Whitehead, counselor, explains results of scholastic aptitude test to Billy Brent. J. A. MICHAEL Mr. Michael, who is doing his grad¬ uate work in guidance, served as chairman of the Guidance Committee this year. While his duties are largely administrative, he is available in the capacity of advisor to the other members of the department. Mr. Michael and Mrs. Whitehead jointly did a follow-up study on a number of the former graduates of Nelson County High School. The information is on file for those who are interested in what the study revealed. Mrs. Whitehead was assigned an ad¬ ditional hour for counseling for the term of 1960-61. This gives the two counselors, Mrs. Whitehead and Mrs. Coleman, time to collaborate on the over-all work of the department. 30 A student and athlete of great ability, " Chuck " is one of the most versatile memr bers of the student body. He has rendered great services to the school in the capacity of S.C.A. president, and is well liked by all who know him. CHARLES HARVEY, President of Student Council 31 SEATED, left to right: R. Seaman, J. Martin, M. Higginbotham, C. Harvey, E. Stevens, Mr. Michael - Sponsor. STANDING: L. Spicer, B. Delk, M. Loving, E. Adams, M. Coffey, L. Hughes, N. Adams, P. Taylor, J. Simpson, J. Whitehead, B. Bullock, B. Chaplin, C. Mawyer, L. Harlow, D. Saunders, S. Ashley, M. Langran, G. Wade, F. McClain, N. Payne, C. Seaman, L. Cook, A. Baker, B. Gleason, M. Flythe, A. Bryant. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is a student-elected group devoted to the betterment of our school and service to the school and student body. It is not self-governing, but strives for better citizenship through student participation. The organization is divided into committees which carry on the work of the Stu¬ dent Council. The committees and their respective chairman are as follows: Program - Madeline Higginbotham; Cafeteria - Linda Hughes; Welfare - Judy Simpson; Health and Safety - Peggy Jo Taylor; Building and Grounds - Billy Bullock; Social - Mary Vance Langran; Objective - Chuck Harvey. Among the projects carried out by the Student Council are the following: collect¬ ing food and clothing for the needy at Christmas; sponsoring " record hops " throughout the year; providing tours of the school for incoming seventh-graders; awarding a plaque to the club that contributed the most to the school in the past year; and sponsoring the school newspaper, " School Echo. " The Student Council works continually to improve the health and welfare of our school and to develop a better understanding between teachers and students. 32 " CHUCK " HARVEY - President S.C.A. JOAN MARTIN - Reporter ELIZABETH STEVENS - Secretary-Treasurer MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM - Vice-President RICHARD SEAMAN - Parliamentarian OFFICERS MR. MICHAEL - Sponsor Trimming the Christmas Tree An activity sponsored annually by the S.C.A 33 Preston and Thurman Foster caring for the shrubbery. Under the direction and super¬ vision of our efficient and courteous custodian, Preston Foster, the building and grounds of Nelson County High School are always in satisfactory condition. Not only do Preston and his staff take care of the general maintenance of the building, but they are always available to help with various jobs requiring the skill of a handyman. For these many services, the fac¬ ulty and student body are most grateful. Mildred Foster is always on the lookout for dust. mum i x . k 8me|mS[ L, i|BMpP8 fv H| CAROL BARRENTINE " I ' m from Mississippi. " MICHAEL BEASLEY Michael, The Menace JANE BOOTH Smile, why worry? WAYNE BRADLEY Girls? I like cars THE CLASS OF SIXTY-ONE WILLIAM BRENT My heart’s on Easy Street SHIRLEY CAMPBELL Life ' s for living. LULA JANE BROWN Well done is better than well said. JERRY CARTER If at first you don ' t succeed, heck with it. ELMO BUCHANAN Greets you laughing; leaves you laughing. PEGGY CLARKSON Cheerleader Supreme JIMMY CAMPBELL Chewing Gum Kid PATRICIA COOK Sweetest in the Cookie Jar. JUDY CURRY BETTY DAVIS Ambition: Success. That certain smile. LINDA DEAN ELIZABETH DILLARD Full of fun and mischief. Giggle with a lilt in it. NUMBERS SIXTY-FOUR Mrs. Payne instructing Ramonia Mays in the intricate details of dress making. WILLIAM DRUMHELLER HUGH EATON Speedy fingers in Ofcourseleat my cherrios! typewriting class. ERNEST FITZGERALD I let the others do the talking. EUGENE FITZGERALD Got a lot of living to do. CREWS, HARVEY, AND HORSLEY JACKIE GOODLOE Plays the field - football. JEAN ANN HALL Pretty clothes open all doors. CHARLES GRANT The age of chivalry is not lost. ANN HARRIS Flaming tresses. GRACIE HAAS Silence is eloquence KATIE HARRIS Politeness costs nothing MILDRED HAAS A girl worth knowing CHARLES HARVEY S.C.A. President CARL HASH Not always right, but never wrong. MARTIN HATTER Loves work - as a spectator. SHIRLEY HATTER Life is but a cram session. LINDA HENDERSON Usually found " behind the scenes. " ARE CHOSEN AS SENIOR SPONSORS Linda Henderson smiles happily after winning D.A.R. Citizenship Award. LINDA HUGHES Great artistic talents DOUGLAS HIGGINBOTHAM Totem-pole of silence. DICKIE HILL I love studies, far away. LEMUEL HERRING What ' s in a name? SIX SENIORS ARE MEMBERS MARY VANCE LANGRAN I’ll talk, you listen. REMONIA MAYS Quietness is what we know her by. MELISSA LOVING Sweet and lovely. JOYCE MILLER If I could only grow. DAN MARTIN " Oh Dannie Boy " JOAN NEWBERRY Live all you can. CATHERINE MAWYER I heard her giggle. LINDA PERDUE Knowledge is power. JANICE PURVIS A fun-loving lass!! ! RONNIE QUICK Neat, man, neat. NANCY RAGLAND I live in a world of my own. PHILIP RODES School breaks up my entire day. OF THE VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM F.T.A. members conduct assembly program during National Education week. Left to right: Jane Booth, Charles Harvey - SCA President, Hugh Eaton, Melissa Loving, and Beverly Ware. ROSS ROGERS RICHARD SEAMAN HAROLD SMITH KATHLEEN SPENCER I m a girl scout. All mankind loves a lover. Give me my boots and Her eyes portray saddle. happiness. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE PHYLLIS STEVENS F.H.A. President JOSEPHINE TERRY Rather noisy, but harmless. BETTY STEWART Never fails to please ANNE TRUSLOW Nothing rarer than real goodness. RHODA SWARTZENTRUBER Aim for the stars BILL TURNER Slide, Trombone, Slide. PEGGY JO TAYLOR Sugar and Spice. BEVERLY WARE No limits but the sky. DORIS WHITE Sweetness is a charm. ROBERT WILKINSON Nothing succeeds like success. EDDIE WITT Man with a twangy guitar. MARY EVELYN WOOD A light heart lives long. OF ’60 IS MARY VANCE LANGRAN Peggy Jo Taylor has been neither absent nor tardy during her entire school career. Post-Graduates Elizabeth Lanahan and Joyce Wright assist Editor, Judy Curry in preparing copy for yearbook. THEY ASK FOR MORE POST GRADUATES DONALD FENNELL ELIZABETH LANAHAN " ARTIE " IRVINE LINDA WOOD JERRY JORDAN HOWARD WRIGHT KENNETH KIDD JOYCE WRIGHT fMW f ' : ' 9 ■ 9 r i • % ■ . Arnetta Allen Barbara Bond Brenda Allen Virginia Branch Kay Allen Wilmer Browning Wayne Allen Nancy Bryant Clifton Anderson William Bullock Alvin Burnley Violet Campbell JUNIOR CLASS NUMBERS 104 Robert Butt Virginia Campbell Hugh Campbell Elinor Carter Louise Campbell Irene Carter Pat Campbell Lester Clements n Bill Sperry, Brenda Saunders, Mildred MacGregor, Harry Davis, and John Ellis as the audience saw them. CLASS PLAY “THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED” Thomas Clements Carole Cook David Dodd Harold Coss Ethel Coffey Harry Davis Elda Coffey Andrew Coleman Cecil Davis Phillip Dodd Marvin Drumheller Joel Falls Raymond Dugan Danny Fields Ronald Eakin Annie Fitzgerald John Ellis Susan Embrey Jessie Fitzgerald Judy Floyd WAS PRESENTED IN NOVEMBER Maynard Fortune Jerry Greiner Wayne Fortune Gwen Griffin James Garwood Margie Gowen Ray Harris Madeline Higginbotham R. W. Grant William Hill Brenda Jordan Billy McCartney Sandra Jordan Faye McClain Billy Kirby Barbara McFadden George Lunsford Mary Martin Mildred MacGregor Warren Martin Charles Massie Ann Morris Wanda Mattox Nettie Morris Betty Ann Mays Lillie O’Brien Elizabeth Mays Ann Pannell Faye Morgan Alvin Ponton IN FIRST TWO GRADING PERIODS Deloris Ponton Judy Roberts Johnny Ponton Susan Rourke James Powell Manley Rucker John Proffitt Brenda Saunders Brenda Reese Charlotte Scruggs Sandra White, first year shorthand pupil, takes dictation from Mrs. Roberts. APRIL SELECTED AS PROM MONTH Carrie L. Sheppard Judy Simpson Ella Jane Smith Larry Smith James Spencer L. P. Spencer William Sperry Elizabeth Spicer Elizabeth Stevens Gayle Stevens Howard Stevens Alice Tyree Spencer Dianne Thompson Rose Marie Thorpe Benton Tinder Paul Truslow Jean Tyree Kenneth Tyree Rebecca White Sandra White Wilkinson Mary Wills Georgia Wood Roger Wood Mr. Michael ' s good humor com¬ municates itself to his American History class. 53 ■ Eva Adams Mary Allen Alice E. Bryant Della Bryant Stevie Ashley Freddie Brent Carl Brown James Bryant Mary F. Bryant Nancy Bryant ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-THREE SOPHOMORES MIDWAY TO THE TOP Barbara Bullock Zelma Campbell Patricia Coffey Beatrice Campbell Linda Candler Cecil Collins Kathleen Campbell Willian Casey Katherine Craig Maynard Campbell Bruce Cash Harley Critzer Thomas Campbell Gloria Clarkson Doris Demasters Janet Drumheller Wayne Drumheller David Embrey Joan Falls Grady Duncan Judy Ferguson Sharon Duncan Walter Evans Maxine Ferguson Carolyn Fitzgeralc Just before the bell - NON ACTIVITY! Denis Fitzgerald Brenda Gleason Betty Harris Morris Herring Lillian Hughes Elma Fitzgerald Carmel Goodwin Mary Flythe Audrey Gormes William Fortune Hilda Gormes MRS. EMILY BRUGUIERE AS SPONSOR Randolph Glass Larry Hall Leona Hatter W. J. Hill Alice Hudson Sarah Hatter Ronnie Hoadley Reuel Inabinet Wilbert Hatter Barbara Hughes Dean Irvine Susie Henderson Judy Hughes Joe Johnson Judy Johnson Nancy Lapp Shirley Johnson Jean Lawhorne Joe Jordan Becky Lunsford Donald Kidd Bobby McFadden Sharon Kidd Richard McMurry S SOPHOMORES ARE MEMBERS Learning English can be fun with Mr. Wall as instructor. 58 R. B. Mann Carroll Massie Barbara Martin Tom Massie Betty Martin Charlie Mawyer Jean Martin Herbert Mawyer Waiter Martin James Mays OF THE CONCERT BAND Carroll Miller Rebecca Perdue Eugene Robertson Mary Mitchell Mildred Phillips Jane Robertson Linda Napier Carlton Pugh Shirley Rothgeb Randy Parr Carolyn Quick Deloris Saunders Connie Patterson Kermit Quick Judy Saunders Marvin Saunders Samuel Simpson Sally Saunders Wayne Simpson Trudy Saunders Gary Small Grady Seay Carolyn Shepherd Larry Small Virginia Smith THREE SOPHOMORES INTERESTED IN THE TEACHING PROFESSION Economic geography pupils enjoy the tangible side of the subject. 60 Jackie Spencer Roger Thompson Maude Spencer Donald Truslow Faye Stevens Janet Tucker Joyce Taylor Nancy Umbarger Betty Thomas Dale Ward JOIN THE FUTURE TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION Barbara White Joyce Whitehead Phyllis Witt Betty Wood Sandra Wood Marguerite Woodson Mary Wooten Dawn Wood 61 k ft S I B j 4 t I t I ' 1 t Nancy Adams Shelvia Allen Edward Boyd Ann Bryant Herbert Babish Ann Baker Wesley Bryant Brenda Campbell Thomas Beale David Bond Don Campbell Kifferley Campbell 78 FRESHMEN NO LONGER ON BOTTOM RAIL Margaret Campbell Bobby Casey Charlotte Craig P e ggy Campbell Billy Clements Howard Craig Rodney Campbell William Clements Ronnie Critzer Herman Canody Marie Coffey Mike Davis Audrey Carroll Barry Cook Douglas Drumheller Wayne Carter Reed Cox Thaxton Floyd Thomas Fortune Michael Gibson Dowell Higginbothan Jo Ann Johnson Joyce Goolsby Frankie Justus Linda Harlow Joe Marks Winston Harlow Bobby Mawyer William Heineman; Gary Mawyer Mr. " Gus " believes in drilling his freshmen math pupils in the fundamentals Sue Mawyer Alice Mohler Robert Mays Franklin Neese Viola Mays Patricia Oliver Linda McNabb Harold Orman Zane Meeks James Paisley Elaine Miller Wylema Phillips WITH EIGHTEEN UNITS OF CREDIT James Pillow Ernest Powell Ronald Sites Jimmy Slaughter Susan Stinnett Peggy Terry Bobby Pugh Larry Smoot Liza Thacker Larry Saunders Roger Snead Jimmy Tinder Randolph Simpson Donald Sites Stanley Sperry Harriet Stewart Glenwood Thompson Patricia Thompson . Russell Tyree Cecil White Patricia White Thomas Williams Carroll Wood Garland Wright If the eye of a math pupil wanders in this room, there is a chart for his diversion. These pupils get an insight into the world of science in Mrs. Tucker ' s General Science class. 66 IN MEMORY RICHARD THOMPSON 1946 - 1960 In memory of our school mate who acciden¬ tally lost his life on August 3, 1960. " God’s finger touched him and he slept. " S I LINDA B. COOK Vice-President SYLVIA MAYS President JEAN MILLER Secretary-Treasurer Danny Adams Jackie Bailey Mary Branch Dean Allen George Banton Catherine Brown Dennis Anderson Roger Banton Robert Brown Steve Anderson Hilda Beasley Gail Browning Joe Ashley Edward Beverly Emma Bryant Mary Ashley Margaret Booth Forest Bryant WELCOME, EIGHTH GRADERS TO N.C.H.S. Donald Butt Ronnie Campbell Barbara Campbell Jimmy Campbell Billy Campbell Rachel Caul Judy Campbell Linda G. Campbell Linda L. Campbell Earl Chaplin Linda Cobb Vivian Cobb Minnie Morris listens intently to Mrs. Crews ' instructions. THE EIGHTH GRADE CONSISTING OF 165 MEMBERS Linda Cook Linda Cook Sarah Davis Sandy Dean Nancy Craig Barr Delk Danny Craig Shirley Dameron Joan Demasters Sarah Dillard Jo Davis Wendell Dodd Carlestia Dolan Ronald Fitzgerald Peggy Gibson Barbara Drumheller Robert Fitzgerald Emily Goad Gail Drumheller Susan Fitzgerald Charles Goodwin Anne Duncan Carolyn Fox Arthur Goodloe Charlotte Duncan Rita Fox Mary Goolsby Kenneth Fitzgerald Donald Giannini Patricia Gowen FIRST CLASS UNDER THE TWELFTH YEAR SYSTEM Sarah Gowen Ronald Harvey Sharon Gowen Alvin Hatter Judy Gusmerotti Mary Heeter Georgia Haas Carolyn Hodock Sandra Harris Ann Huffman Margo Harvey Joyce Hudson RBBS9MS9 WL x Algebra holds no terror for these accelerated eighth grade pupils. ADMINISTRATION PROUD OF THE EXCELLENT Diane Hughes Marie Kidd John Johnson Nancy Kidd Clara Jones Tanith Kilmartin Audrey Jordan George Knight Nora Jordan June Lawhorne Wayne Kidd John Lawhorne Larry Lawhorne Jimmie Martin Sylvia Mays Ann Lincoln Kenneth Martin Steve Mays Dorothy McCauley Minnie Martin Barbara Mawyer Wayne McFadden Cecil Massie Carolyn Mawyer Phyllis McGann Elsie Mayo Jean Miller Carroll Martin John Mayo Daniel Mohler ATTENDANCE RECORD OF THE EIGHTH GRADE Minnie Morris Jules Peregoy Ray Nash Betty Phillips Rebecca Neese Peggy Phillips Carolyn Orman Randall Powell Lynn Payne Claude Proffitt Nancy Payne Roland Pugh An Honor Roll Student - Charlotte Duncan. Mrs. Gardner’s eighth grade Eng¬ lish pupils are as busy as bees - almost. 3 EIGHTH GRADERS WITH OUTSTANDING RECORD Frances Purvis Kenneth Purvis Nellie Quinn Gene Roberts Carolyn Robertson Margaret Robertson Rebecca Quinn John Rodgers Raymond Ragland James Rourke Shirley Ramsey Cheyenne Sale Audrey Sanford Rudolph Small Margaret Stratton Frances Sanford Mary Snead Elizabeth Thacker Catherine Seaman Shirley Spencer Joyce Thacker Joe Seaman Louis Spicer Jerome Thomas Nancy Simpson Clayton Small Donald Stevens Eugene Stevens Sharon Thompson Joyce Tinder PLACED IN ACCELERATED GROUP Wanda Tomlin Charles Umbarger Calvin Truslow Clyde Wade Charles Truslow Gary Wade Phoebe Tucker O. J. Wade Dianne Turner Lee Walker f Becky Tyree Charles Weaver Larry Lawhorne, only eighth grader, to become an All-State Band member. ONE EIGHTH GRADE BAND MEMBER SELECTED FOR ALL STATE BAND MEET Ronald Whitehead Shirley Williams Tommy Willoughby jane Wood Peggy Wood Francis Wray Janet Zirkle Nellie Wood John Wood NOT PICTURED William Harry Clark Luther Ferguson Willie Gunter Dannie Hall David Hall Mable Huffman Eugene McNabb Donald Napier Sandra Proffitt Carolyn Seaman Chubby Taylor Samuel Wright Wendell Massie Wood Joyce Ann Woody ' (N m fmm BETA CLUB FRONT ROW: J. Simpson, E. Spicer, E. Stevens, B. Mays, G. Stevens, B. Jordan, S. Embrey. BACK ROW: E. Lanahan, J. Garwood, M. Loving, H. Eaton, J. Curry, B. Kirby, M Higginbot ham, C. Cook. An organization which recognizes scholastic excellence, the Beta Club at Nelson is composed of students maintaining a " B " average in high school subjects. Its primary purpose is development of good character and the quali¬ ties of leadership by means of service to school and community. OFFICERS Judy Curry President Hugh Eaton Secretary-Tre asurer Melissa Loving Vice-President Mrs. Lincoln Sponsor 78 M FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA It is the goal of each member of the F.T.A. at some time in his life to hold a position in the field of edu¬ cation. With a widely diversified pro¬ gram of study, the club members hope to prepare themselves for the immense responsibility teaching entails. One of the club ' s chief functions is to in¬ terest new members in education as a career. To do this, it sponsors an an¬ nual assembly program and a tea for teachers, sends delegates to the state convention, and provides readily avail¬ able literature to all interested parties. OFFICERS Hugh Eaton - President Beverly Ware - Vice-President Jane Booth - Secretary-Treasurer Melissa Loving - Reporter FRONT: B. Perdue, C. Shepherd, J. Bootn, M. Loving, Miss Turner, Sponsor. BACK: M. Martin, E..Smith, H. Eaton, B. Ware, S. Rothgeb. 80 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor BIBLE Rhoda Swartzentruber Linda Henderson Brenda Jordan Sharon Kidd Mrs. Cook Every year a course is chosen to be the object of study during the following school year. This year they invited two guest speakers to tell them what a real Christian is. They also plan to see some films about Christians in Communist China. As in the past, they have arranged several bulletin boards Left to right: R. Thorpe, N. Jordan, W. Tomlin, J. Newberry, B. Harris, W. Phillips, S. Mays, A. Fitzgerald, S. Wood, R. Mays, G. Banton, G. Drumheller, B. Davis, T. Saunders, M. Phillips, S. Duncan, G. Wood, J. Johnson, S. Jordan, J. Saunders, E. Fitzgerald, L. Hughes, B. Bullock, B. Mays, J. Zirkle, J. Miller, F. Stevens, S. Kidd, A. Truslow, P. Taylor, B. Jordan, P. Witt, B. Stewart, A. Duncan, P. Stevens, J. Gusmerotti, L. Cook, N. Quinn, E. Smith, L. Candler, V. Campbell, P. Oliver, C. Hash, J. Roberts, L. Henderson, R. Swartzentruber, Mrs. Cook - Sponsor. THE 1961 STAFF Hugh Eaton Joyce Wright Literary Editor Business Manager Judy Curry Editor Elizabeth Lanahan Associate Editor Catherine Mawyer Assistant Business Manager Mrs. Mary Roberts Peggy Taylor Co-Sponsor Advertisements Lula Brown Typist TRAVELING TEAM Bev Ware Advertisements Mrs. Lillian Coleman Co-Sponsor J: V Left to right: Melissa Loving. Bill Kirby. Linda Candler. Peggy Jo Taylor, Judy Hughes, Bev Ware, Judy Curry, Betty Ann Mays, Johnny Ellis, Phyllis Witt, Johnny Ponton, Carol Cook. 82 Editor Judy Curry Associate Editor Betty Sue Lanahan THOS. NELSON, JR. Business Managers Joyce Wright - Catherine Mawyer Literary Editor Hugh Eaton Art Editor Linda Hughes Advertising Manager Peggy J° Brown Typist Lula Jane Brown Sponsors Mrs. Lillian Coleman Mrs. Warren Roberts SEATED, left to right: Peggy Taylor, Betty Lanahan, Judy Curry, Linda Henderson, Melissa Loving, Lula Brown. STANDING: Linda Candler, Linda Hughes, Joyce Wright, Bill Kirby, Johnny Ellis, Cath erine Mawyer, Phyllis Witt, Bev Ware, Johnny Ponton, Judy Hughes, Carol Cook, Betty Ann Mays. F.B.LoA o Left to right: Betty Stewart, Ann Harris, Kitty Spencer, Jean Hall, Phyllis Stevens, Joyce Wright, Ann Morris, Barbara Bond, Remonia Mays, Ella Smith, Elizabeth Dillard, Diane Thompson, Carl Hash, Joyce Miller, Linda Hughes, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Charlotte Scruggs, Jean Tyree, Joan Newberry, Mrs. Roberts, Sponsor. The Future Business Leaders of America is an organization established to promote better business education. FBLA attempts to prepare students to meet the responsibili¬ ties of business careers. This year ' s program consists of the following: skits illustrat¬ ing correct business etiquette, fund-raising activities, panel discussions, participation in district competition, and preparation of business bulletin boards. 84 Left to right: Kitty Spencer - President, Jean Hall - Reporter, Betty Stewart - Parliamentarian, Phyllis Stevens - Secretary, Anne Harris - Treasurer, Lula Brown - Vice-President, not pictured. Will the meeting please come to order. Left to right: Ross Rodgers, Lula Brown, Anne Harris, Kitty Spencer. 85 F.H.A. GIRLS LEARN Left to right: W. Tomlin, B. Lunsford, H. Gormes, M. Haas, L. Campbell, J. Tinder, M. Coffey, M. Kidd, A. Fitzgerald, P. Coffey, B. Jordan, B. Stewart, A. Hudson, T. Clarkson, J. Terry, M. Campbell, R. Mays, A. Truslow, L. McNabb, S. Jordan, P. Stevens, E. Fitzgerald, M. Allen, S. Henderson, B. Bullock, J. Robertson, L. Perdue, N. Lapp, S. Campbell, C, Mawyer, Mrs. Parr - Sponsor. Mrs. Parr, Sponsor, was absent when picture was made. Left to right: Annie Fitzgerald - Parliamentarian, Linda Perdue - Secretary-Treasurer, Phyllis Stevens - President, Mrs. Parr - Sponsor, Betty Stewart - Vice-President, Brenda Jordan - Reporter, Barbara Bul- 86 lock - Historian. Mrs. Parr, Sponsor, not pictured. COOKING Mrs. Parr gives her class a demonstration in candy making. F.H.A. is an organization which is designed primarily to further interests in Home Eco¬ nomics. Nelson F.H.A. members acted as hostess to the Federation Rally held in October. In January six members and one sponsor attended the committee meeting at Scottsville. The club chose as its national project, " Food For Family Fitness. " Some of the local projects are: White Christmas for needy families, Spring Fashion Show, and Mother-Daughter-Father Ban¬ quet during National F.H.A. week. Phyllis Stevens attended the convention which was held at Roanoke. SEWING Becky Lunsford models suit that she made in Home Eco¬ nomics class. 87 Left to right: Sally Saunders - President, Elinor Carter - Secretary-Treasurer, Bruce Cash - Vice-Presi¬ dent, Judy Johnson - Song Leader, Brenda Reese - Song Leader, 88 Left to right: Jimmy Tinder, Carole Cooke, Sandra White, Kay Allen, Elizabeth Spicer, Eva Adams, Carol Barrentine, Elizabeth Dillard, Bruce Cash, Wanda Mattox, Benton Tinder, David Embrey. 4-H HONOR CLU The 4-H Honor Club consists of the outstanding 4-H Club members in the county. Requirements such as being over 14 years of age and completing all required projects are two of the many standards one must reach. One becomes a member through his achievements. These members belonging to this club are highly rated according to honor. Left to right: Eva Adams - Secretary-Treasurer, Elizabeth Dillard - Song Leader, Bruce Cash - Presi¬ dent, Wanda Mattox - Vice-President. 89 Left to right: Linda Hughes - Secretary, Betty Mays - Program Chairman, Nancy Umbarger - President, Carole Cooke - Vice-President, Judy Gusmerotti - Reporter. T e Library Club works to improve the library program in the school, to stimulate reading interests, and to encourage interest in library work as a career. It strives to encourage good library habits and to acquaint students with additions to the library. The club is made up of the library assistants and persons who are interested in increas¬ ing their knowledge of books. SDons ' orTw Gmme,0Xtl ' B ' v - Umbarger, C. Cooke, L. Hughes. Miss Craig - Sponsor J. Newberry, E. Goad, T. Kilmartin, C. Duncan, S. Proffitt, D. White, B. Davis R Thorpe gJld p r ' coff t ' t b M ° rriS ’ L Wr ‘ Sht ' N - M ' S- Duncan. A. Thacker D ' Campbe11 ' L Fer 8 us ° n ’ A. Duncan, F. Stevens, L. Candler, L. THE The Dramatics Club is an organization which is devoted chiefly to the production of plays. During the year, the club gives three one-act plays, one of which is entered in competition at the District One-Act Play Festival. The title of the play for which we have high hopes is " Follow the Sky. " Hugh Campbell Jr. Representative Mary V. Langran Sr. Representative Carl Hash Sr. Representative Linda Henderson Chairman Bruce Cash Soph. Representative Elizabeth Stevens Secretary t l I 2 ■1 ■ 1 f ' : ml ' • f j ■ jm il] S ESPIS I fjpi KJRSMSft i aBBl j ™ " 4 SEATED, left to right: M. Langran, H. Campbell, L. Henderson, B. Cash, E. Stevens. STANDING: R. Thompson, C. Cooke, B. Harris, B. Mays, E. Adams, S. Kidd, M. Flythe, E. Coffey, J. Curry, S. Jordan, Mr. Wall, J. Ponton, J. Martin, F. McClain, S. White, J. Roberts, E. Smith, A. Tyree, J. Tucker, S. Embrey, S. Ashley, F. Morgan, M. Loving, J. Ellis, K. Tyree, B. Brent, R. Rogers, C. Hash, H. Davis. CHOOL ECHO Linda Henderson. Editor; Carole Cooke, Associate Editor; Mr. Michael, Sponsor. Affiliated with the S.C. A., the " School Echo” is now in its second year of publi¬ cation, Going to press once every six weeks, we print material of interest to students concerning curriculum and extra-curricular activities. This year the paper has sponsor¬ ed a drive for better citizenship. Every six weeks a boy or girl from each class is chosen to receive this award. We, of the newspaper staff, strive to put out the best paper we possibly can. 92 66 9 ? Left to right: Johnny Ponton, Mr. Michael, Susan Embrey, Linda Hughes, Linda Henderson, Carole Cooke. NELSON GIRLS WIN OVER SCOTTSVILLE The Governorettes scored a smashing 48-21 victory over Scottsville ' s girls in the first game of the season. After a slow start, the girls took over and proceeded to run away with the game. Peggy Clarkson is the only member of last year ' s starting line up present this year. Veteran Katie Harris was high scorer with 17. A DAY IN FRENCH CLASS In a small, fourth period class in Room 7, twelve students, representing nearly every class in school, are learning to speak the beautiful language of the Frenchman (it ' s called FRENCH). Most of us are in a very lively, good humor because of having had lunch (lunch?). Since the class is so small we are always very informed. Our teacher allows us to talk anytime we like - as long as it is in French I If only to take ad¬ vantage of this uncommon privilege, we con¬ stantly bungle along with our fractured French. NELSON COUNTY FORESTRY CLUB CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED Winners of the Nelson County Forestry Club contest have been announced by the FFA. First place went to Wilbert Hatter. Second, third, fourth, and fifth place winners were Larry Maw yer, Jimmy Powell, Benton Tinder and Ernest Powell respectively. A banquet was held re¬ cently in honor of these boys. Wilbert Hatter girdled and poisoned infer¬ ior hardwoods to make more growing room for an existing stand of yellow poplar. Larry Maw- yer planted 1000 loblolly pine seed. CITIZENS OF THE MONTH The " School Echoes " staff is sponsoring a drive for better citizenship. Students whose names appear in this column have been selected as outstanding citizens in their respective classes by the faculty and staff. They were nominated in their homeroom and voted on by all faculty members. 93 Paul Truslow - Vice-President, Alvin Ponton - Secretary, Billy Hill - Treasurer, Benton Tinder - Reporter, George Lunsford - President. 94 VHHRnSI Sharpening a small tool. ' W.%f r03s{, ‘ it .,f ,-.• •■ ;; ;; v § !! , I 4 si r 2MM 2 Wayne Bradley Cecil Massie Making a nut bowl Carroll Massie John Johnson and John Wood doing a gas welding exercise 95 FORESTRY JUDGING TEAM Left to right: Carlton Pugh, Wilbert Hatter, Jerry Saunders, George Lunsford, R. B. Mann, Ernes. Powell, Paul Truslow. Forestry judging is an annual event in the activities of the Future Farmers of America. The Nelson team placed first in the F.F.A. contest held near Charlottesville in October. The con¬ test included: tree identification, estimating cubic feet volume in standing trees, estimating card feet voIume in standing trees, woodland management, tree identification and selective 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 assistance of trained perlnel 7 from the Virginia Division of Forestry. 96 AFETY PATROL Left to right: Roger Wood - Lieutenant, Joyce Miller - Secretary-Treasurer, George Lunsford - Captain, Ronnie Quick - Lieutenant. The safety patrol was first organized to protect the students against careless drivers. It has now grown into a national organization which has saved many lives. These boys and girls at Nelson represent this organization and do a wonderful job. Mr. Brawley, sponsor, with the members of the Safety Patrol. 97 HHHSHhHGs y lr i K T I VlPlTi hit? Wat Ou f - ■ A trip to Chicago was just another of the laurels Warren Martin in his 4-H Club work. won with chorus accompanist, Elizabeth Stevens lorus ' . V MAJORETTES These High Step¬ ping twirlers very ably lead the Marching Band on Parade. Left to right: Joyce Whitehead Ann Lincoln Linda Wood Joan Martin Faye Stevens Left to right: Joyce Whitehead Linda Wood Faye Stevens 101 MARCHING BAND CONCERT BAND 102 FRONT ROW, left to right: Jo Davis, Vivian Cobb, Sarah Davis, Dennis Anderson, Robert Brown, Donald Napier, Bar Delk. BACK ROW: Joyce Tinder, Larry Hall, Carroll Miller, Mildred Phillips. These Reserve Band students will fill vacancies left by graduating seniors. DANCE BAND STANDING: Mr. Sanger. At the piano - Elizabeth Stevens and Alice E. Bryant. FRONT ROW, left to right: Judy Simpson, Dawn Wood, Randy Parr, Stevie Ashley, Jean Miller. BACK ROW: Bill Tur¬ ner, Samuel Simpson, Pat Campbell, Mary V. Langran, Hugh Campbell, Joyce Whitehead, Spencer 103 Ronnie Eakin, Mary Vance Langran, Joyce Whitehead, and Hugh Campbell. Elizabeth Spicer - Oboe, Alice Effinger Bryant - Clarinet, and Becky Perdue - Bassoon. Joan Martin, Elizabeth Stevens, Susan Embrey, and Linda Cook. Elizabeth Stevens - Flute, Elizabeth Spicer - Oboe, Connie Patteson - Clarinet, Linda Dean - French Horn, and Becky Perdue - Bassoon. ALL STATE BAND rKUiNi KUW, leit to right; Becky Perdue, Connie Patterson, Alice E. Bryant, Rhoda Swartzentruber BACK ROW: Susan Embrey, Elizabeth Stevens, Larry Lawhorne, Judy Simpson, Mary Vance Langran These students represented the Nelson Band at the District V. Division of All-State Band held at Harrisonburg High School on February 3-5, Guest conductors for the event were Mr. John Kinyon, Composer and Director from Rochester, New York, and Mr. Ralph Shank, Director of Band at Martinsville, Virginia. 106 UN • ALL STATE CHORUS At the piano: Rhoda Swartzentruber, Linda Hughes. STANDING: Wayne Fortune, Alvin Ponton Ken neth Tyree. These students were chosen by audition to represent Nelson at the Northern Divi¬ sion of All-State Chorus. This event was held at Lane High School, Charlottesville, on February 10-12. Guest conductor was Mr. Maynard Klien, of the University of Michigan. ; I I ! Annie Fitzgerald, Sharon Kidd, Mary V. Langran, Trudy Saunders, Bev Ware, Peggy Clarkson, Diann League, Betty Gardner, Eva Adams, Judy Curry, Jean Ann Hall. HEERLEADERS Betty Gardner Miss Muir Dianne League no I960 COACHES SHERMAN LEAGUE AND GIL WATTS In the five years of its existence, Nelson County High School has won one foot¬ ball, one baseball, and five track trophies. It has also had two boys to become state champions. The most outstanding rewards, however, of these two dedicated coaches, are the fine manly young men that emerge from their sports program. SEASON ' S RECORD Won four games - lost five Defeated Appomattox for first time 20 - 19. Won over arch rival, Amherst 12-0. 10 21 22 27 LL -V- w • L VARSITY FRONT ROW, left to right: C. Davis, B. Kirby, J. Spencer, J. Goodloe, B. Wilkinson, P. Fields, L. Small, A. Coleman, B. Tinder, S. Wilkerson, W. Martin, R. Eakin, Coach Watts, C. Anderson, B. Bullock, C. Harvey, R. Simpson, J. Garwood, B. Hill, M. Davis, J. Johnson, R. Seaman, Coach League. JkM • i SKs:’ ' J Mr. League, Coach, admires plaque at entrance of Memorial Field, We believe this is the best GROUP TWO athletic field in the State of Virginia. This field was made possible by the combined efforts of Central Virginia Electric Co¬ operative, Mr. J. B. M. Carter, and the people of Nelson County. Getting the team started RANDOLPH SIMPSON JACKIE GOODLOE LARRY SMALL CHUCK HARVEY DEFENSE RICHARD SEAMAN 113 Defensive team that held Amherst for four downs inside the 3 yard line. This was turning point in the game - won by Nelson County 12-0. Three Fine I 14 RICHARD SEAMAN JAMES GARWOOD Kickers. BILLY BULLOCK JACKIE GOODLOE BILLY HILL Putting Him to Sleep. RONNIE EAKIN DANNY FIELDS Hitting Hard ANDREW COLEMAN RICHARD SEAMAN Leading ball carrier, fine break-away runner who gave Nelson followers many a thrill on the field this year. Looking forward to greater things as a senior next year. Richard made the All-State Second Team this year. He is the first boy to have this honor bestowed upon him in any athletic event in Nelson County. We are mighty proud of his hard work and leadership on and off the field. We are looking forward to seeing him play for some college in the future. 115 Starting backfield LOCKING MACHIN ROUGH WORK Left to right: Danny Fields, and Cecil Davis THEY WON’T BE BACK NEXT YEA Left to right: Jackie Goodloe, Clifton Anderson, Chuck Harvey, Richard Seaman, Robert Wilkinson Jackie Spencer. FRONT ROW, left to right: J. Martin, D. Mohler, S. Mays, R. Dugan, W. Dodd, C. Wade, R. Brown, K. Purvis, O. J. Wade, G. Wade, D. Irvin, Coach Howard Wright, C. Weaver, C. Martin, D, Gian- nini, J. Johnson, G. Knight, C. Proffitt, D. Napier, R. Harvey, R. Powell, Coach Artie Irvin. The first outstanding eighth grade team to represent Nelson. Great things are ex¬ pected from these boys four years from now. HOWARD WRIGHT ARTIE IRVIN These coaches did an outstanding job with this year ' s team, both on and off the field. 117 Howard Wright, Claude Proffitt, Ronald Harvey, Artie Irvine. 118 Carroll Martin. Donald Giannini. John Johnson, George Knight, Ronald Harvey, Donald Napier, Throw it to Them. O. WADE S. MAYS C. WADE Small but Mighty. Starting Backfield MOHLER (F) PURVIS PROFFITT POWELL WADE DODD 119 Co-Captains Muir is always willing to lend a helping hand when needed, dependable in all activities whether it be a basketball game r taking care of the clinic. She.is a friend to all. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL The first string basketball team consisted of the following seniors: Katie Harris, Catherine Mawyer, Beverly Ware, and Peggy Clarkson; Junior - Madeline Higginbot¬ ham, and Sophomore - Joan Martin. Due to injury, Beverly Ware, guard replaced Katie Harris on the forward line and did a splendid job filling this position. This year our overall record was 8-4, with Joan Martin averaging 17 points and Madeline Hig¬ ginbotham following with 12 points. FIRST ROW, left to right: E. Spicer, K. Harris, P. Clarkson, B. Mays. SECOND ROW: C. Mawyer, M. MacGregor, B. Ware, M. Higginbotham, J. Martin. THIRD ROW: Mr. Kirby, B. Gleason, B. Bullock, J. Hughes, S. Campbell, B. Saunders, G. Stevens, B. Allen, Miss Muir - Coach. SCHEDULE GIRLS ' BASKETBALL RECORD Nelson County 48 Scottsville 21 Nelson County 21 Dan River 19 Nelson County 44 Scottsville 24 Nelson County 39 New London 38 Nelson County 48 Dan River 22 Nelson County 31 Amherst 26 Nelson County 51 New London 62 Nelson County 29 Appomattox 48 Nelson County 53 Brookville 54 Nelson County 39 Brookville 26 Nelson County 32 Appomattox 52 Nelson County 30 Amherst 28 BEVERLY WARE Guard 122 Left to right: Lemuel Herring, Richard Seaman, Coach League, Walter Evans, Cecil Davis, Manly Rucker, Jimmy Garwood, Thomas Massie, Billy Bullock, Mike Davis, Jackie Goodloe, Jackie Spencer, Coach Watts, Coach Watts first basketball team has a record of 8-8 and has already clinched a play-off berth. This is an outstanding record considering the fact that he didn’t have a starter from last year ' s team. LEADERS OF 1960-61 TEAM Richard Seaman, Coach Watts, Lemuel Herring JIMMY GARWOOD MICHAEL DAVIS WALTER EVANS THOMAS MASSIE 124 NELSON COUNTY December 2-Scottsville December 6-Buena Vista December 10-Dan River December 13-Miller School January 3-Scottsville January 6-New London January 7-Dan River January 10-Amherst January 13-New London January 17-Appomattox BILLY BULLOCK CECIL DAVIS JACKIE GOODLOE LEMUEL HERRING SCHEDULE --Rustburg -Brookville --Rustburg -Appomattox -Brookville -Amhers t -Miller School William Campbell William Campbell January 20 ■ January 27 ■ February 2 February 7 ■ February 10 February 14 February 15 February 17 February 21 COACH WATTS JACKIE SPENCER RICHARD SEAMAN 125 Left to right: Jackie Bailey, Wayne Simpson, Randy Powell, Gary Wade, Sandy Dean, Coach League, O. J. Wade, Manly Rucker, Billy Hill, Mike Davis, Johnny Ponton, Walter Evans. V 1 vf.vin. rltl°, r T‘ : D !T y Craig ' Jackie BaiIey ' Bar Delk ■ RUdy Sma11 ’ CharleJ Goodwin, Daniel Mohler, D ,, SKVem ' Sandy Dean ’ Gary Wade Rand y Powell, Ronald Harvey, Earl Chaplin Donald Giannim, O. J. Wade, Lee Walker, Larry Lawhorne. This is the first Eighth Grade basketball team. We expect these boys to bring us a State Championship when they become seniors. They have plenty of brains and ability. 126 VARSITY - SPRING 1960 FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Kirby,D. Fennell, A. Coleman, M. Adams, F. Clarkson, H. Wright, R. Seaman, E. Witt, B. Wooten, D. Fields, Mr. Dofflemyer, Coach; B. Tinder, J. Johnson, B. Bullock, R. Cook, L. Bell, C. Harvey, L. Spencer, J. Ellis, D. McGann. jumuK VARSITY Davis ' 0 R S powe R li S w all , ' D ' D ' M ° hieI ’ G ° win, J. Lawhorne, R. Harvey, M Coach. O. Wade! ' ' Wade ' K " ight - B ' Campbe11 ' D - WMd ' Mr - WH, 127 TRACK — 1%1 Le t to right: Mr. League, R. Small, D. Adams, G. Wade, T. Campbell, D. Napier, R. Harvey I Mohler, H Mawyer, A. Coleman, E. Witt, B. Bullock, J. Goodloe, J. Spencer, J. Falls, R. Eakin, . Wood, L. Small, B. Wilkerson, C. Collins, H. Babish, H. Canody, R. Simpson, J. Ponton. Our track team has won the District for the boys will make it six. past five years and we are hoping these 128 Pole Vaulters Getting Into Shape JACKIE GOODLOE JACKIE SPENCER JOEL FALLS HERB BABISH Freshman for whom we have high hopes. EDDIE WITT Outstanding in several events. BILLY BULLOCK Looking for Six Feet. District Champion in Mile HERBERT MAWYER Hopes for State Champion in Dash ANDREW COLEMAN BOBBY WILKINSON ' % m m .JrV ,, ® -JKH v:4 ' LARRY SMALL CECIL COLLINS CARROLL WOOD HERMAN CANODY RANDOLPH SIMPSON RONNIE EAKIN 131 ON THE FIELD I PEGGY CLARKSON Chosen by Student Body 34 BETTY ANN MAYS HOMECOMING QUEEN - OCTOBER 21, I960 Nelson vs. Altavista LANAHAN BL . 1 Slf ;• v.. • • • ' - ,»! ■ K Hgf i‘jRsS jpf ; ... ;■■ EDDIE WITT JACKIE GOODLOF PEGGY CLARKSO LINDA HENDERSON JERRY CARTER 139 PEGGY JO TAYLOR CHARLES HARVEY MOST COURTEOUS LEMUEL HERRING LINDA HUGHES r vjt LAi i JUDY CURRY BILLY BRENT 141 Most Popular BILLY HILL ELIZABETH STEVENS JUNIORS SEE w lbs Ian KELSON vs RUSTBURG Best All-Around ANDREW COLEMAN CAROLE COOKS Most Intellectual JUDY SIMPSON JIMMY GARWOOD JUNIORS Most Athletic BILLY BULLOCK MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM Most Popular BRUCE CASH EVA ADAMS Best All-Around RONNIE HOODLEY SHARON KIDD Most Intellectual Alice e. bryant ROGER THOMPSON Most Athletic JOAN MARTIN LARRY SMALL 145 Most Popular HERMAN CANODY ZANE MEEKS Best All-Around MICHAEL DAVIS MARIE COFFEY 146 Most Intellectual DOUGLAS DRUMHELLER JO ANN JOHNSON FRESHMEN Most Athletic HERBERT BABISH LINDA HARLOW 147 Most Popular JUDY GUSMEROTTI JACKIE BAILEY I Rggnjf t Mr ] Best All-Around BAR DELK JEAN MILLER K A C bft NK ,1 I 1 1 PI Most Intellectual SHARON GOWEN LARRY LAWHORNE H LLj IGHTH GRADE Most Athletic SARAH DAVIS GARY WADE 149 CAROL BARRENTINE Wingina, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 4-H Honor Club 1,2; Choral Club 1,2; Library Club 2; Bible Club 2; Junior Red Cross 2. Afton, Virginia FHA 1,2,3; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Library Club 1; Safety Patrol 1,2,3; Choral 3,4; FBLA 4. MICHAEL BEASLEY Schuyler, Virginia KVG 3,4. JANE BOOTH Piney River, Virginia Bible Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4. WAYNE BRADLEY Vesuvius, Virginia Safety Patrol 1,2,3. WILLIAM BRENT Arrington, Virginia 4-H Club 1; Dramatics Club 4; 4-H Honor Club 3,4; Safety Patrol 4. LULA JANE BROWN Shipman, Virginia Bible Club 1,2,3; Library Club 1,2; Junior Red Cross 3; FBLA 3 - Vice-President 4; Annual Staff 4. ELMO BUCHANAN Shipman, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Safety Patrol 3,4; Choral 3,4. JAMES CAMPBELL Roseland, Virginia 4-H Club 3. SHIRLEY CAMPBELL Afton, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2; FHA 2,3,4; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4. JERRY CARTER Afton, Virginia Band 1,2,3,4; Choral 4; FBLA 3; Safety Patrol 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. PEGGY CLARKSON Arrington, Virginia Safety Patrol 3; Cheerleader 3,4; Basket¬ ball 2,3 - Co-Captain 4. JUDY CURRY Afton, Virginia Beta Club 3,4 - President 4; SCA 1; 4-H Club 1,2; 4-H Honor Club 3; Pep Club 1; Forensic Club 1; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Cheerleader 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Dra¬ matics Club 4. BETTY DAVIS Wintergreen, Virginia FHA 1,2; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Bible Club 1, 2; Library Club 1,2; Junior Red Cross 1. LINDA DEAN Shipman, Virginia Band 1,2,3,4; 4-H 1,2 - Vice-President 1; Forensic 1; Bible 1,2; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Choral 3; Library Club 3; Pep Club 2. ELIZABETH DILLARD Arrington, Virginia Library Club 2; 4-H Club 4; 4-H Honor Club 2,4; FBLA 3,4. WILLIAM DRUMHELLER Schuyler, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2,3; Library Club 1; Choral Club 1; KVG 1. HUGH EATON Norwood, Virginia Beta Club 3,4 - Secretary 4; Drama Club 4; FTA 3,4 - President 4; Annual Staff 4. EARNEST FITZGERALD Massies Mill, Virginia EUGENE FITZGERALD Arrington, Virginia Monogram Club 2. JACKIE GOODLOE Afton, Virginia Junior Red Cross 2,3; Football 2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4. 150 CHARLES GRANT Roseland, Virginia GRACIE HAAS Arrington, Virginia FHA 1. MILDRED HAAS Arrington, Virginia FHA 1,4. JEAN ANN HALL Afton, Virginia Cheerleader 3,4; Library Club 2,3; FHA 3; Bible Club 2,3; Drama Club 4; FBLA 3, 4; Forensic 2; Safety Patrol 2,3; Junior Red Cross 3; 4-H Honor Club 3,4. ANNE HARRIS Gladstone, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2,3; Bible Club 2; FBLA 3,4; FHA 2,3; Library Club 1,2; Junior Red Cross 2; FBLA Treasurer 4. ' KATIE HARRIS Afton, Virginia Basketball 2,3,4; Co-Captain 4. CHARLES HARVEY Massies Mill, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; SCA 3,4 - President 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. CARL HASH Roseland, Virginia Safety Patrol 1,2; Band 2,3,4; Library Club 3; Junior Red Cross 3; FBLA 4; Bible Club 4; Drama Club 4. MARTIN hatter P iney River, Virginia SHIRLEY HATTER Faber, Virginia LINDA HENDERSON Arrington, Virginia SCA 2,3,4; Bible Club 2,3,4 - Vice-Pres¬ ident 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; 4-H Honor Club 3 - Secretary 3; Dramatics Club 4 - Chair¬ man 4; FTA 4; Beta Club 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. LEMUEL HERRING Norwood, Virginia Safety Patrol 3; Track 3; Basketball 3,4. DOUGLAS HIGGINBOTHAM Roseland, Virginia FFA 1,2,3; KVG 2,3,4. DICKIE HILL Roseland, Virginia FFA 1,2,3; 4-H Club 2,3; KVG 3,4. LINDA HUGHES Roseland, Virginia Bible Club 1,2,3,4; Library Club - Secre¬ tary 1,2,3,4; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Student Council 1,4; 4-H Club 1; Choral 1; FHA 1; Newspaper Staff 4; FBLA 4. MARY VANCE LANG RAN Roseland, Virginia FHA 1,2,3 - President 3; SCA 1,4; Library Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Band 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 4; Cheerleader 3,4. MELISSA LOVING L ovingston, Virginia Beta Club 3,4 - Vice-President 4; Cheer¬ leader 2,3; FTA 3,4 - Reporter 4. DAN MARTIN Afton, Virginia FFA 1,2,3,4; Monogram 2; 4-H Club 1; Safety Patrol 1. CATHERINE MAWYER Lovingston, Virginia Bible Club 1; SCA 1,2,3; Basketball 2,3, 4; FHA 1. REMONIA MAYS Roseland, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2,3; Bible Club 1,2,3; FBLA 4; FHA 1,2. JOYCE MILLER Arrington, Virginia Junior Red Cross 1,2; FHA 1; Bible Club 1; FBLA 3; Safety Patrol 1,2,3,4. 15 ! JOAN NEWBERRY Faber, Virginia Bible Club 2,3,4; FHA 1; Junior Red Cross 2; FBLA 3,4; Library Club 4. LINDA PERDUE Norwood, Virginia Junior Red Cross 2; FHA 2,3,4 - Secretary- Treasurer 4. JANICE PURVIS Shipman, Virginia Bible Club 1,2; Safety Patrol 4. RONNIE QUICK Afton, Virginia Baseball 2; Library Club 2; Junior Red Cross 2; KVG 3,4; Safety Patrol 3,4 - 1st Lieu¬ tenant 4. NANCY RAGLAND Wingina, Virginia 4-H Club 1; FHA 1,2,3; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Library Club 2,4. PHILLIP RODES Afton Virginia 4-H Club 1; FFA 2,3,4. ROSS ROGERS Lovingston, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 4; FFA 4; FBLA 4; KVG 3,4. RICHARD SEAMAN Roseland, Virginia Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; FFA 1,4; SCA 3 - Vice-President, 4 - Parlia¬ mentarian. HAROLD SMITH Wingina, Virginia Safety Patrol 2,3,4; KVG 4. KATHLEEN SPENCER Arrington, Virginia Junior Red Cross 2,3; FHA 2,3; FBLA 3,4 - President 4; Safety Patrol 3. PHYLLIS STEVENS Lovingston, Virginia FHA 2 - Parliamentarian, 3 - Historian, 4 - President; FBLA 3,4 - Secretary; Bible Club 4; Library 2; Junior Red Cross 3; 4-H Club 1,2. BETTY STEWART Lovingston, Virginia FHA 2,3,4; FBLA - Parliamentarian 3,4; Safety Patrol 4. RHODA SWARTZENTRUBER Schuyler, Virginia Band 1,2,3,4; Bible Club 1,2,3,4 - Presi¬ dent 4; Choral 3,4; Forensic 1,2,3; FTA 4; Student Council 1. PEGGY JO TAYLOR Gladstone, Virginia Band 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3 - Secretary 3; SCA 2,4; Pep Club 2; Library Club 3; Junior Red Cross 3. JOSEPHINE TERRY Lovingston, Virginia FHA 1,2,3; Junior Red Cross 2,3. ANNE TRUSLOW Afton, Virginia Forensic Club 1; FHA 1; Bible Club 1. WILLIAM TURNER Norwood, Virginia 4-H 1,2; Bible Club 1; Safety Patrol 1,2; Band 2,3,4; Dance Band 3,4; Student Coun¬ cil 1. BEVERLY WARE Lovingston, Virginia 4-H Club 1 - President; Junior Red Cross 2, 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 4; FTA 3 - Vice-President 4; SCA 2 - Secretary 3; Pep Club 2; FHA 1,2,3 - Secretary 2. DORIS WHITE Rockfish, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Forensic 1; Band 1,2, 3; Library 1,2,3,4; Bible Club 1. ROBERT WILKINSON Arrington, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3. EDDIE WITT Nellys Ford, Virginia Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Chorus 3,4 - Sec¬ retary 4; Monogram 4. EVELYN WOOD Roseland, Virginia 4-H Club 1; FHA 2,3; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Safety Patrol 4. Inspired by THE BOOK leridge Dunbrik Compa Waynesboro, Virginia Septic Tank Cleaning Service Most Modern Equipment BLUE RIDGE DUNBRIK COMPANY Waynesboro, Virginia Phone WHitehall 2-8386 DUNBRIK Gracious Living - Brick by - DUNBRIK Reservoirs and Septic Tanks Re-enforced, Vibrated, Steam Cured With Galvanized Handles for Long Life Home of EARLY DAWN COOPERATIVE DAIRY, INC. Dial WH 2-8137 East Main Street, Waynesboro, Va, Producers and Distributors of Grade A Dairy Products Owned and Controlled by the Farmer. COMPLIMENTS OF THE NEW CAR DEALERS Waynesboro, Virginia BAUGHER CHEVROLET, INC. Chevrolet Cars, Trucks and Corvair B ■ B BUICK RAMBLER, INC. Buick, Rambler BRANNOCK ' S SALES SERVICE Mercury, Lincoln, and Comet DRIVER ' S SALES r SERVICE Dodge Cars, Trucks, Dart, and Lancer PAUL FREED, INC. Ford Cars and Trucks, and Falcon NEWCOMER PONTIAC, CADILLAC, OLDSMOBILE, INC. Cadillac, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, F85, and Tempest WAYNESBORO RETAIL JEWELERS JEWEL BOX BARR BROS. HODGES JEWELRY STORE M R JEWELERS Waynesboro, Virginia E. W. BARGER AND COMPANY Dependable Insurance for All Your Insurance Needs Since 1911 See Us L.B. B. Building Waynesboro, Va Phone WHitehall 2-8189 EARLY DAWN DAIRY BAR 408 East Main Street, Waynesboro Route 250 East Stanton Dial 2-5671 Cold Plates - Sandwiches Salads - Breakfasts Quality Dairy Products 6:30 A. M. - 12:30 A. M. Service Curb Service 5:00 - 12:00 Shop at ROSE’S 5-10-25c STORE NEW Basement Sales Floor Waynesboro, Virginia FISHBURNE’S DRUG STORE 11 Your Drug Store Since 1878 " Waynesboro, Virginia Compliments of THE HUMPHRIES PRESS, INC. " Planners and Producers of Custom and Commercial Printing " 722 East Main St. Dial WH 2-5111 Waynesboro, Virginia LYNDHAVEN FLORIST 321 West Main Street Waynesboro, Va. Phone WHitehall 3-8556 FARRAR ' S RIVERSIDE MARKET Groceries - Meats - Vegetables General Merchandise - Feed Fertilizer Esso Gas and Oil Sherwin-Williams Paints 11 -ii ' We give family stamps ' O. F. FARRAR - GL 6-2328 Rt. 2, Afton, Va. THE AFTON STORE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dial GReenwood 3021 Afton, Virginia For Better Looks Look for LANE’S BARBER SHOP Downstairs 122 1 2 South Wayne Avenue Compliments of DUNCAN’S SELF-SERVICE General Merchandise Waynesboro, Virginia Greenfield, Virginia Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of Dependable Service Since 1910 J. J. NEWBERRY CO. HAMILTON-COOK Variety - Department Store HARDWARE CO. , INC. Your One Stop Shopping Paint - Appliances - Hardware Center Household and Farm Supplies 145 N. Wayne Avenue Waynesboro, Virginia Waynesboro, Va. Phone WH 2-8251 Meet CLARK DODD JR. at THE MAN’S SHOP 510 Main St. Waynesboro, Virginia Compliments of WAYNESBORO NURSERIES Virginia ' s Largest Growers of Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, and Ornamental Plant Material Waynesboro, Virginia GARST’S, INC. Office, School and Hobby Supplies Waynesboro, Virginia The Latest in Hair Styles The Newest in Techniques BEAUTY NOOK 53 1 Main St. Waynesboro, Virginia The Finest in Beauty Care for the Discriminating Woman Compliments of WAYNESBORO FURNITURE STORES AUGUSTA FURNITURE COMPANY. BARKSDALE FURNITURE CORPORATION MODERN FURNITURE COMPANY McCOY ' S FURNITURE COMPANY THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Waynesboro, Virginia Serving Waynesboro and Vicinity for More Than 60 Years Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System Main Office, Main Street and Wayne Avenue Drive-In-Branch, 1415 West Main Street WAYNESBORO THEATER CORP. WAYNE AND CAVALIER THEATERS Waynesboro, Virginia Compliments of THE FRIENDLY THREE KENSER ESSO SERVICE CENTER WALTON ESSO SERVICE CENTER CABIN COURT HARRIS’S GULF SERVICE Gulf Service and Fuel Oil Phone CO 3-88 11 Lovingston, Virginia S H Green Stamps Compliments of MAWYER’S ESSO STATION Woods Mill Faber, Virginia DUNSMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE Since 1872 912 W. Beverley St. Phone TU 6-9301 Staunton, Virginia A Complete Business Education Approved by National Council of Business Schools State Board of Education Diploma Courses: Secretarial, Stenographic, Junior and Higher Accounting Courses, and IBM Key Punch Compliments of BURKEVILLE VENEER CO., INC. Log Yard at Covesville, Va. Plant at Amherst, Va. Ph. Charlottesville 3-0958 Ph. WH 6-3631 Compliments of C. R. BROWN’S GROCERY Gladstone, Va. Tel. WEllington 3-6641 UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA Opposite University of Virginia Grounds Charlottesville, Virginia Free Parking Compliments of K. M. BAKER JR. Heavy Contract Hauling We Go Anywhere Anytime " Lovingston, Va. Phone 3-4131 tf-feedam Oln ' t " tf-nee. " Our graduates have an opportunity to enjoy a life of freedom, plenty and indi¬ vidual choice — privileges earned by our forefathers. However, we have a responsibility to perpetuate these privileges. They are not given us for free 77 . We must earn them ourselves. Individual devotion to The American Way is as important today as it was in 1776. Today ' s graduates must shoulder this responsibility, or there will be no freedoms to bequeath tomorrow ' s students. As Goethe, the poet, said, " What you have inherited from your fathers, earn over again for yourselves or it will not be yours. " Company McGEHEE FURNITURE CO., INC. -922 Main St. Lynchburg, Virginia Portable Typewriter and Office Machine Headquarters in the Lynchburg Area Everything for Your Office at the Businessman ' s Department Store BROWN-MORRISON COMPANY INCORPORATED 718 Main Street Lynchburg, Va S. O. FISHER, INC. Sporting and Athletic Supplies Educational Toys and Games 10Z4 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia WILLS-CAMP CO. BARR BROS. JEWELERS 1 " Ladies ' and Men ' s Clothing Diamonds - Watches f and Furnishings " Jewelry j 819 Main St. Easy Credit Terms 813 Main Street | Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia REACH FOR •v »-:rsv it W’2 m lip: • IH ■r r • . yv» v SugbSStt COIIdPAl ® r Its Batter Whipped Virginia’s Finest Bread Compliments of J. W. WOOD WHOLESALE GROCER Distributor Pratt-Low and Pocahontas Fine Foods Lynchburg, Virginia ROBERTS REAMS PIANO COMPANY FURNITURE COMPANY Everything Musical Furniture and House Band Instruments Furnishings Sheet Music and Band Accessories " Let Us Make Your House Charlottesville, Lynchburg a Home " and 620-924 Main St. Staunton, Virginia Lynchburg, Va. ADAMS MOTOR CO. LYNCHBURG ' S EXCLUSIVE IMPERIAL - CHRYSLER - DESOTO - PLYMOUTH VALIANT Dealer for 1961 Follow the crowd and save money. Do business where business is being done. 811 - 813 - 815 Fifth Street Lynchburg, Virginia VI 5-3456 JAMES A. SCOTT SON, INC. Insurance and Bonds of Every Kind Since 1866 203-210 Lynch Building Lynchburg, Virginia Since 1886 COLEMAN’S Fine Footwear Lynchburg, Va Men ' s and Boys ' Clothing HENRY ROSS MEN ' S STORE 815 Main St. Lynchburg, Va. EDWARDS, INC. Men ' s, Boys ' , and Students ' Clothing 725-727 Main St. Dial VI 5-6733 Lynchburg, Va. WEBB-WHITAKER COMPANY Men ' s and Young Men ' s Clothing 909 Main Street LYNN K. BRYANT, SR, Lynchburg, Virginia Phone: VI 7-7181 TOWN AND COUNTRY RESTAURANT Rt. 29 Madison Heights, Virginia KOHLER FIXTURES Bradford Water Heaters Rapidayton Water Pumps LYNCHBURG PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Plumbers 1217 Commerce St. Lynchburg, Virginia j Lynchburg, Va. VIRGINIA LAUNDRY Best Wishes S CRUTCHFIELD ' S CLEANERS HAUSER OLDSMOBILE Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia ' Grow With Lynchburg After High School Attend PHILLIPS BUSINESS COLLEGE Lynchburg, Virginia Phone VI 7-7701 The Newspaper A Valuable Aid to Education Every Day Read THE NEWS Published by the Lynchburg News, Inc. THE DAILY ADVANCE Published by the Lynchburg Daily Advance, Inc Lynchburg, Va. BAILEY-SPENCER HARDWARE CO., INC. 1 Lovington, Virginia PHILLIPS BROTHERS, INC. Visit Our Jewelry Sporting Goods and Music Departments Class Rings 906 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia j Compliments of Be Sure to Visit the New 1 CRADDOCK TERRY SNYDER AND BERMAN SHOE CORPORATION 916-918 Main St. 1 f Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Va. Compliments of SCHEWEL FURNITURE COMPANY 1025-1029 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia SOUTHERN PARTS BEARING CO. , INC. 1I The Parts People ii Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of BARKER-JENNINGS CORP. Wholesale Only Lynchburg, Virginia MYERS RHODES EQUIPMENT CO. , INC. Myers - Orchard Sprayers New Idea - New Holland - Oliver McCulloch Chain Saws Simplicity Garden Tractors 1612-14 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia BOTTLED GAS COMPANY OF LYNCHBURG, INC. Heatane Metered Gas Service 109 Thirteenth Street Telephone VI 6-6549 boWn c eive iy Company sz Lynchburg SEMINOLE SERVICE STATION J. G. ROBERTS, Prop On U. S. Route 29 Call CO 3-2501 Faber, Virginia S-T-R-E-C-H YOUR DOLLARS. . . at Your Friendly Department Store Store s Conveniently Located at. . . Fashions . . Charlottesville . Lynchburg . Waynesboro for the Entire Family Read the NELSON COUNTY TIMES Every Week AMHERST MOTORS 22 Years Amherst Ford Dealer PEYTON PLACE RESTAURANT Compliments of AMHERST PHARMACY M. E. MASSIE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Tyro, Virginia Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted DR. J. T. GREENE OPTOMETRIST 211 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Hours: 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Sat. 9 A.M. - 2 P.M. Telephone 3-2459 THE W. J. KELLER CO. Exquisite Foot Wear Andrew Geller, Mademoiselle Paradise, Capezios, Naturalizer Town Country, Bass Weejuns Sport Shoes by Spalding 404 E. Main Street Charlottesville, Va. Phone 2-2915 RENNOLDS, INC. " Southern Electric " Charlottesville ' s Most Complete Appliance Center . Telephone 3-5136 227 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia RAY FISHER’S, INC. Appliances 323 W. Main Street PURVIS JOHNSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Covesville, Virginia Dial Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville 3-1159 Go to GORDON’S DRIVE-IN Amherst, Virginia Rts. 29 and 151 Curb Service WH 6-6584 for Good food or just to meet your friends. Compliments of BEN FRANKLIN STORE Amherst, Virginia JACK A. WATTS INSURANCE AGENCY " Quality Insurance in Old Line Stock Companies " Amherst, Virginia Tel. WH 6-3731 or WH 6-6137 ARMY NAVY OUTLET Sporting Goods, War Surplus Clothing and Shoes for the Entire Family " Where Your Dollar Has More Sense " Main St. Amherst, Va . AMHERST GULF SERVICE CENTER R. T. BURKS D. H. PRICE U. S. 29 and 60 Amherst, Virginia Phone 483 1 24-Hour Ser . Compliments of Y.M.C.A. Gladstone, Virginia Stop and Shop at SHADY’S PLACE Lovingston, Virginia Compliments of HUGHES DRY CLEANING CORPORATION 1601 Park Avenue Dial Victor 7-7756 Lynchburg, Virginia conct t fyOtbAeb to ttro c €taM Of 1961 JReI 3 f Hi if ||! SBljp mi -«i LMBm r ■i ] iry The Monticell o Da CHARLOTTESVILLE AUTO AND TRUCK DEALERS VANCE BUICK, INC. 900 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Buick-Buick Special-Opel BRADLEY PEYTON III 858 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Pontiac-Pontiac Tempest- Cadillac-Vauxhall DEIHL AUTO IMPORTS, INC. 1001 West Main St. Charlottesville, Virginia Renault- Triumph-Peugeot DOMINICK CHEVROLET CORP. 1st and Water Streets Charlottesville, Virginia MacGREGOR MOTORS, INC. 416 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Lincoln- Mercury- Continental Comet-English Fords- Borgward Chevrolet- Co rvair- Corvette H. M. GLEASON AND CO. , INC. 1st and Garrett Streets Charlottesville, Virginia International Trucks and WILHOIT MOTORS 404 East Market Street Charlottesville, Virginia Dodge-Dodge Dart-Lancer Fiat-Simca-Dodge Trucks Farmall Equipment WRIGHT WRECKING YARD 1320 East Market Street Charlottesville, Virginia Diamond T Trucks R. M. DAVIS MOTORS, INC. 1311 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia DeSoto-Plymouth-Valiant Allis-Chalmers Farm Equip¬ ment HARPER MOTORS, INC. Preston Avenue at Ninth Street COGGINS MOTOR CO., INC. 330 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Chrysler-Plymouth-Imperial Studebaker Cars and Trucks Mercedes-Benz-Valiant Charlottesville, Virginia Authorized Dealer for V olkswagen RUSSELL MOONEY OLDS SALES AND SERVICE 315 West Main Street CHARLOTTESVILLE MOTORS 856 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Ford-Falcon- Thunderbird- Ford Trucks Charlottesville, Virginia Oldsmobile-G . M. C . Trucks- Oldsmobile F85 Compliments of Eastern Regional Office STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Route 29 North Charlottesville,, Virginia M. C. HILL FUNERAL HOME Compliments of CHAS. KING SON WHOLESALE GROCERS Charlottesville, Virginia Dial 2-9144 COVE-CREEK INDUSTRIES, INC. Covesville, Va. Phone Charlottesville 3-6774 COVE CREEK WOOD PRODUCTS Pressure Treated Posts and Lumber COVE CREEK FARM Registered Aberdeen-Angus Cattle COVE CREEK ORCHIDS Hybrid and Species Flowers and Plants GREEN THUMB NURSERY Evergreen Foundation Planting CHARLOTTESVILLE OFFICE MACHINE CO. Authorized Underwood Agency - Sales and Service 915 West Main Street P. O. Box 348 Dial 2-7419 Charlottesville, Virginia THE YOUNG MEN’S SHOP Quality Men ' s Wear Charlottesville, Virginia THE BANKS OF CHARLOTTESVILLE The Peoples National Bank National Bank and Trust Company Citizens Bank and Trust Company Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation " Use Your Banks in Charlottesville " Compliments of BOTTLED GAS CORPORATION of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE OIL COMPANY Gulf Distributors Phone 2-5551 Charlottesville, Virginia GLECO 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 6-6435 BROWN’S GIFTS Greeting Cards For Every Occasion Main at Fourth Street Charlottesville, Virginia H. M. GLEASON CO., INC. Charlottesville, Virginia International Farm Machinery Television and Appliances Feed, Seed, Fertilizer International Trucks Hardware STOP SHOP SUPER MARKETS 500 East Main Street 1017 West Main Street 600 Preston Avenue Free Parking S. L. THOMAS OPTICIAN 105 North First Street Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of HILLSIDE GARDENS North Garden, Va. Headquarters for Fine Garden Plants and Orchid Corsages Route 29 Visitors Welcome Compliments of DETTOR EDWARDS AND MORRIS WHOLESALE GROCERS Charlottesville, Virginia GILMORE 1 MacGREGOR HAMM SNYDER INCORPORATED TRACTOR CO., INC. 4th St. and Preston Ave. Charlottesville, Va . I Furniture for the Home and Office Sales and Service Ford Tractor Charlottesville, Virginia Ford Implements Phone 2-8402 Ford ' s New Revolutionary Select-O-Speed Transmission Compliments of COLEMAN’S JEFFERSON SHOP j Charlottesville - Gordonsville TILMAN’S 1 DEPARTMENT STORE Charlottesville ' s Shopping Center for 55 Years. 1: Louisa - Scottsville Charlottesville, Virginia 1 JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE " Central Virginia ' s Leading Business College " Extension Branch Schools Throughout Middle Atlantic Area 612 East Jefferson St. Charlottesville, Va. Virginia Branches: Marion, South Boston, Emporia, Frede ricksburg , and Winchester Compliments of SHOECENTER, INC. MOWEN 313 E. Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia and Prescription Opticians 112 4th Street, N. E. Telephone 6-6535 WILL WHITE SHOE COMPANY INC. Charlottesville, Virginia 1101 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia Business Systems Office Supplies - Office Compliments of Furniture JARMAN’S, INC. UNIVERSITY 200 East Market Street Charlottesville, Virginia BOOK STORE and Waynesboro, Virginia Dial 2-5184 " Supplies for Collegians for Over a Century. " and WH 2-9425 p 0 UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Manufacturers of Rayon and Nylon Tire Fabric Scottsville, Virginia BRUCE’S DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store Telephone 3881 Scottsville, Virginia W. F. PAU LETT 1870-1940 Planing Mill and Woodworking Shop Rough and Dressed Lumber, Plywood Moldings Windows and Doors Frames Made to Order Screens Sheetrock Rockwool Insulation W. F. PAULETT r SON Building Materials and Hardware Scottsville Virginia F. E. PAULETT Sole Owner Cement Lime, Brick and Plaster Roofing Carpenter Tools House Hardware Venetian Blinds Paints and Oils Sewer Pipe Asbestos Sidings Culvert Pipe JAMES S. LAMBERT GENERAL MERCHANDISE Faber, Virginia SCHUYLER RESTAURANT J. B. WOOD R. C. WALSH, Prop. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Schuyler, Virginia Faber, Virginia THE HUB, INCORPORATED 1 Compliments of WESTERN AUTO We Clothe the Family ASSOCIATE STORE Phone 2501 Scottsville, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia TRAVELER’S REST HOTEL LEE’S RESTAURANT Be at Home Away From Home Fine Food and Refreshments VIRGINIA M. LUMPKIN H. M. LUMPKIN, JR. Scottsville, Va. Tel. 3597 Scottsville, Va. Tel. 3311 THE CENTRAL VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Lovingston, Virginia Organized in Nelson County in 1937 by its own¬ ers, the farmers who pledged their membership to secure the blessings of modern, dependable elective service, and have extended this service to over 30,000 persons in Nelson, Amherst, Albemarle, Greene, Fluvanna, Goochland, Cumberland, Prince Edward, Appomattox, Campbell, Buckingham, Orange and Lou¬ isa counties. The owners of this modern electric distribution system are its consumers, a portion of whose elec¬ tric bill retires its debt. Before another twenty years expire, it will have retired its debt while continuing its vital service - still at the old 1937 rates. We salute the 19 60-61 class, many of whom will be listed among our owners. Don ' t let anyone talk you out of your heritage . Community Owned Community Built Community Builder I ALBERENE STONE A Division of THE GEORGIA MARBLE COMPANY Schuyler, Virginia Serving Nelson and Albemarle Counties Since Before 1870 Alberene Black Serpentine Facing and Outer Hearth Garden Walk and Fireplace Stone FLOYD’S MARKET Telephone CO 3-3151 Lovingston, Virginia Congratulations to the Class of 1961 M. C. FLOYD ■ SONS GENERAL ELECTRIC Your New Home of Household Electric Appliances GENERAL ELECTRIC PONTON’S SNACK BAR Breyer ' s Ice Cream Good Sandwiches - Coffee - Groceries Lovingston, Virginia DF ' rS HARDWARE PLYWOOD • LUMBER CEMENT • MORTAR PIPE FITTINGS H. A. PONTON BUILDING SUPPLY CAMPBELL’S AMOCO SERVICE Rt. 29 Lovingston, Virginia ARRINGTON COLD STORAGE COOPERATIVE, INC. " There Is Always a Leader " Mam Office: Shipman, Virginia - Dial CO 3-3241 Plant: Arrington, Virginia - Dial CO 3-4581 ' Tells Where to Buy It " PINEY RIVER FUNERAL HOME " A Service That Is Distinctive but Not Expensive " 24-Hour Ambulance Service Call CRestwood 7-5244 Day or Night C. PRESTON PARR, Piney River Piney River Call Collect - No Toll Charge EDWIN M. MOORE Virginia Phone CR 7-4141 Nights, Sundays, Holidays CR 7-5239 PINEY RIVER FLORIST MRS. M. J. PARR, Manager FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS PAYNE’S GARAGE GMC Trucks Gulf Gas and Tires Goodrich Tires Wrecker Service Phone CR 7-5245 Piney River, Virginia Best Wishes for Success “SEMINOLE RESTAURANT” Amherst, Virginia SHEFFIELD FUNERAL HOME Phone CO 3-3161 Ambulance Service Lovingston, Virginia BLUE RIDGE FURNITURE CO. Compliments of Eastside Hwy. , Opposite G. E. Waynesboro, Va. LEA BROTHERS Homes of Best Values in Quality Furniture, GROCERY Bedding, and Carpeting. Massies Mill, Virginia Compliments of FARRAR AND COMPANY MRS. R. A. MAHONE General Merchandise ■ GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fresh Meats Coal, Fertilizer, Radios, and TV 1 Phone 2455 Phone CO 3-2791 Massies Mill, Virginia Arrington, Virginia ESSO heatino oil BAILEY-MORRIS ESSO SERVICE Lovingston, Virginia HAVEN BROS. " GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING " Sprayer Parts and Service Afton, Va. Dial GLenview 6-2641 Greenwood, Va. Compliments of KILMARTIN’S PHARMACY Lovingston, Virginia C. A. PATTESON CO. For Your Home Needs General Merchandise RUCKER-PAYNE SUPPLY CO. Fresh Meats, Feeds and Gas and Oil CHARLOTTE SHOPPE Telephone CR 7-4491 Lovingston, Virginia Roseland, Virginia Phone CO 3-3211 Compliments of HIGGS AND YOUNG INC. Massies Mill, Virginia MAC ' S MARKET HEATH AND LONG For the Best in Groceries We Give S H Green Stamps and GILES TV SERVICE Guaranteed Service on All Makes Real Estate Nationwide Insurance Telephones: CO 3-5111 - CO 3-5166 Phone CR 7-5376 and CR 7-8581 Roseland, Va. Lovingston, Virginia 1 Compliments of WILLIAM L. JONES SELF SERVICE STORE JOHN W. WHEELER Groceries Fresh Meats Produce Feeds Gas Oil CO 3-2364 Arrington, Va. TURNER’S GROCERY HARVEY’S CASH STORE Route 29 Arrington, Va. } ! Fresh Meats Groceries Phone - CO 3-28 32 Feeds Gas and Oil Free Delivery Dial CR 7-5681 Roseland, Virginia Compliments of H. T. CAMPBELL GENERAL MERCHANDISE CR 7-5202 REPUBLIC OIL REFINING CO. Gasoline Kerosene Motor Oils Greases. R. C. SMITH, Agent Piney River, Virginia I CO 3-2481 Arrington, Va. 1 ALLEN’S SERVICE STATION Gas - Oil - Groceries 1 CLARKSON 1 ESSO STATION Tires - Batteries Phone 3-8053 Accessories Colleen, Virginia Colleen, Virginia Compliments of Steaks - Chops - Seafood Sandwiches DOGWOOD INN You Can Always Get A Good Meal at Nelson County ' s Most Modern Restaurant NONNIE ' S PLACE Our Specialties Country Ham - Fried Chicken Route 29 - at Colleen 7 Miles South of Lovingston On New Route U. S. 29 GEO. F. HILBISH Compliments of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fresh Meats, Produce Flour Feed and Hay H. M. HILBISH GROCERY Phone CR 7-5269 Piney River Piney River, Virginia Phone CR 7-5235 JOSTEN’S OF OWATONNA Announcements Engraved Cards School Jewelry Gowns Medals Trophies --- RAYMOND PAGE --- 1104 E. Washington Vinton, Virginia FUEL Call CO 3-2392 OIL . Metered Delivery . Keep Fill Service . Diesel Fuel . Gasoline . Lube Oils . Grease The Oil That Really Burns Clean " W. LYNN HARVEY, Distributor AMERICA N OIL CO. Arrington, Va, VIRGINIA FARMERS UNION SERVICE CORPORATION Fertilizers - Feed - Tires Paints - Seeds Hardware and Farm Supplies Insurance Telephone CO 3-5047 Lovington, Va. McGinnis CASH GROCERY Shipman, Virginia Phone CO 3-5144 ! I Store of Values W. A. WATSON SONS AMERICAN HEALTH INSURANCE CORP. REGIONAL MANAGERS Hospitalization, Income Payments and Life Insurance 106 N. Main Street (Across From the Post Office) Farmville, Virginia Telephone: EXport 2-4177 Dial 3 2421 P. O. Box 556 C. B. HALSEY CO. Wholesale Distributors - Institution Foods HAROLD F. BOOTH Sales Representative Roanoke 3, Virginia HERFF JONES COMPANY Manufacturers of Nelson County High School Class Rings Virginia Representative JAMES L. DECK P. O. Box 47 3 5 Richmond 29 , Virginia Compliments of THE VIRGINIA BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD Piney River, Virginia WHITESEL MUSIC M Where Everything Is Music and Music Is Everything " 102 E. Market St. Harrisonburg, Virginia Phone 43657 CHARLOTTESVILLE LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Since 1893 Lumber - Building Material - Paint Hardware - Power Tools Wall Board - Johns-Manville Roofing Dial - 25135 Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of “The Family Fraternity ”• WOODMEN the WORLD LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY Home Office: 1708 Fornom Street Omaha 2, Nebraska B. E. CLAPP, Field Representative Madison Heights, Va. Telephone Victor 6-0553 LOVINGSTON MOTOR SALES, INC Telephone CO 3-3402 Lovingston, Virginia NELSON MOTOR COMPANY INC r- ? octi ■■ • ginia SAUNDER’S FORD, INC. Lovingston, Virginia S-S-S-S-S-S-S- -S-S-S-SPARKLE! Have a Coke! 9 m a ' . ' ttOi-WUlX SESlilSMS aotrttd vmd o hority of Tho Coca-Cola Company If i««r m a VCftfO TIAOC HMi LYNCHBURG COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 3)ewue (9nc. Compliments of S. W. BARNES, INC. 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