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

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WBSR mm ' A fo-Hi ' t wtf f iKx mm ;ar e mm Volume 7 Published by the students of NELSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Lovingston, Virginia Edited by: GAYLE STEVENS and SANDRA WHITE 3 " To everything t here is a season, andatimeto every purpose under theheav- en; A time to be born and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace and a time to refrain from em¬ bracing; A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war and a time of peace. " (Taken from Ecclesiastes - Chapter 3 - Verses 1-8) CT ' oreworcf There is a time for music at NCHS A time for study A time for physical fitness A time for acting TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration - 9 Music - 95 Faculty - 15 Athletics - 105 Activities - 25 Features - 125 Classes - 35 Statistics - 139 Clubs - 79 Advertisements - 145 5 ur Vn ews Oj ' Jiuifcfinjs % I I. SCHOOL BUS ♦ STOP I i ' .. 4 , ■MOTH : 5; ■ - ■ ’ • ' MR. GRAHAM HEATH Chairman of Nelson County School Board Mr. Heath has worked continuously for the progressive development of the county schools. His high regard for virtue, truth, and unity with his fellow board members has been exemplified by the many policies and constructions recommended and devel¬ oped by the county school board under his chairmanship. Mr. Moon - Visiting Teacher, Mrs. McGuffin - General Supervisor, Mr. Carter - Superintendent, Mrs. Harris - Secre¬ tary, Mrs. White - Secretary. 10 MR. J. B. M. CARTER Superintendent Nelson County is very fortunate in having Superintendent J. B. M. Carter as head of the public school system. Mr. Carter’s ad¬ ministrative ability, his warmth of person¬ ality, and his genuine interest in boys and girls have endeared him to one and all. The members of the Annual Staff of 1962 salute you, Mr. Carter, as an outstanding superintendent of schools. MRS. JUNE DALE HARRIS, Secretary MRS. DOROTHY WHITE, Secretary At this time in our lives as students, we become aware of the administration of business - " big’ business and " small” business are much in the forefronts of our minds. The true business details of the organization of the school system are handled capably by these two ladies. Mrs. Harris remains at the school board office to answer the never ceasing phone calls. Mrs. White goes from school to school in the fall to handle the book orders. They make the " big " and " small " business run smoother. MRS. REEFA McGUFFIN, General Supervisor Mrs. Reefa McGuffin, General Supervisor, is dedicated to the task of improving instruction in the schools of Nelson County. She inspires confidence in those with whom she works and she sees each job through to a successful conclusion. Night or day she lends a sympathetic ear to anyone ' s problems whether personal or professional. For her many services to the schools and to the communi¬ ty, we are most grateful. 12 This is Mr. Richard Moon, the young man who makes each life brighter by his happy smile. There is no task too hard for him to tackle if it is in the best interest of the youth of Nelson County. tyv. j£. Principal ,h kff. i fe ‘ -5 i H »r f ' JO , V Mr. Harville established his reputation as a hard worker and a good organizer while he was at Nelson County High School as assistant principal. It was, therefore, a pleasure to welcome him back as princi¬ pal this year and find these same admirable qualities among us once more. Mr. Harville does not ask more of his faculty than he requires of himself. The standard that he sets for both is high and it demands the giving of ones very best for the boys and girls of Nelson County. The School is not the only area in which Mr. Harville ' s influence is felt. The whole community is enriched by his activities in the church and in civic organizations. His willingness to serve and his able performance have made him a favored speaker at county functions. Because of his dedication to the total program of the school and the community which it serves, Nel¬ son County High School feels that it is indeed fortunate in having Mr. Harville as its new principal. 13 MR. DAN GUSMEROTTI, Assistant Principal Mr. " Gus, " as all his friends like to call him, works quietly and efficiently. His calm manner and common sense approach to all problems have earned him the respect and good will of both faculty and student body. Mr. Gus ' duties are many and varied, yet he always seems organized and in command of the situation. One feels that he has an inner reserve of strength that communicates it¬ self to those with whom he comes in contact. Perhaps the twinkle in his eye indicating that he is enjoying life fully is responsible for much of the cheer that he is able to radiate. Mr. Gus has b een at Nelson County High School only a relatively short time, but he al¬ ready belongs and it is our wish that he will be long among us. Miss Reba Mays, school secretary, is truly NCHS’s Girl Friday. Always cooperative, she willingly responds to the many demands on her time and energy and is interested in every¬ thing connected with the school. 14 ' faculty Time for instructing and listening to the problems of youth. ■BUM • -%s Cefson Gounty Gfij i Jfas Jiue fkacuftj JKe inkers MISS BARBARA ALLEN Librarian MRS. DANNA COOK Plane and Solid Geometry Trigonometry, Gen. Math MRS. EMILY BRUGUIERE English MRS. LOUISE CREWS History, Latin MR. MAX CLAYTON Physical Education Science MRS. MADELINE GARDNER History MRS. LILLIAN COLEMA Guidance, Geography MR. DAN GUSMEROTT Assistant Principal Math Mrs. Cook helps members of the Bible Club arrange a Christmas bulletin board Aicfcfit on a C ass in Vo ca iion a Ac ric ufiure As Acfcfecf Under the direction of Miss Hughes, Herbert Mawyer and Joan Martin learn the secret of speaking distinctly. MRS. PAULINE HARVEY Business Education MRS. RUTH HORSLEY Biology, Science Physics MISS IRENE HUGHES English MR. BEN KENDELL Physical Education Science MR. SHERMAN LEAGUE MRS. CATHERINE LINCOLN Physical Education Business Education Geography MISS JEAN MUIR Physical Education MRS. NANCY PARR Homemaking 17 Goreipn C ancjuaye G asses C n v°y r ea) Gape Tvecorcfe ecoroer MRS. ANNIE PAYNE Homemaking, Science MRS. LUCY POINDEXTER English MR. E. H. PUCKETT MRS. MARY C. ROBERTS Vocational Agriculture Business Education MRS. FAYE RUTHERFORD English MR. ROBERT SANGER Band, Choral MRS. CAROLINE TUCKER Spanish, French English MRS. VIRGINIA TUCKER Math, Algebra, Chemistry, Science Mrs. Caroline Tucker demonstrates the new tape recorder for her French students. i ew 5 foSe J.{as Gjeen cSecarecfjor Gfisiory Glasses Mr. Davis locates a place of interest for history students Johnny Ponton, Shirley Rothgeb, and Eva Adams. After a busy day Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Crews, Mrs. Poindexter, and Mrs. V. Tucker enjoy a moment of relaxation. MISS LAURA TURNER MRS. CATHERINE WHITEHEAD MR. CLIFF WOOD English, Algebra History, Government Vocational Agriculture Guidance Math Mr. Davis - World History, History III (Not pictured) 19 Guidance Mrs. Lillian Coleman is going over test results with Eighth Grader, Elsie Mayo. Although the Guidance Depart¬ ment provides many services, its primary purpose is to help students help themselves. This is accom¬ plished by providing students with the information needed to gain a more realistic self-concept which will, in turn, allow them to de¬ velop more fully and to utilize their abilities. 20 Mr. Dan Gusmerotti and Mrs. Catherine Whitehead check guidance materials. c5 iuc ent Go uncif BILLY BULLUCK Student Council President We are looking for Billy to go places and do things. He is president of Nelson County High School Student Council, and outstanding in athletics. BRUCE CASH Student Council Vice-President A very capable young man! Bruce is our vice-president in the Nelson County High School Student Council. In both school and community he is an outstand¬ ing 4-H Club leader. 2 Madeline Higginbotham, Billy Bulluck, Mr. Gusmerotti, Eva Adams, Judy Gusmerotti, Bruce Cash. Student Cooperative dissociation The SCA - the Student Cooperative Association - is designed to unite students with faculty and administration in a program whose common goal is to develop good citizenship, to provide wholesome recreation, to furnish opportunities for self-improvement, and to promote harmony between students, and faculty. Candidates for officers are nominated by a committee of students with the help of the faculty, approved by the SCA president, and voted upon by the student body. With elected representatives from each class, and all students as members, the SCA serves as the voice of every student. Establishing one particular objective each year, the SCA adopted for its 1961-62 project the promotion of good sports¬ manship at games. Committees named by the president to fulfill the Association’s purposes are; Objectives, Building and Grounds, Social and Recreational, Program, Health, Safety, Cafeteria, and Welfare. 22 SCA REPRESENTATIVES Left to right; Mary Cavendar, Nancy Adams, Trudy Saunders, Judy Hughes, Betty Mays, Carole Cooke. SECOND ROW; Jean Miller, Rudy Small, Carolyn Campbell, Linda Wade, Janice Baker, Judy Stevens. U MBUB Wa W WW M— ■KMRMiSflill IKK NMN THE STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF NCHS E. Adams, M. Cavendar, P. Witt, N. Adams, T. Saunders, J. Hughes, B. Bulluck, B. Mays, C. Cooke, J. Gusmerotti, J. Whitehead, L. Cook, J. Miller, R. Small, A. Lincoln, B. Gleason, J. Baker, J. Stevens, B. Cash, B. Bullock, J. Pon¬ ton, M. Higginbotham, M. Harvey, C. Campbell, L. Wade. 23 Mrs. Rebecca Harvey, manager, plans well-balanced and nutritious meals for the students of Nelson County High. Oar Cafeteria Serves an Miss Mawyer, Mrs. White, and Mrs. Hughes assist Mrs. Harvey most efficiently in the preparation of our meals. 24 xj| “ " To every thing there is a season. " future Workers of tJie business l,)or cf Accuracy is of utmost importance in the typing class. A knowledge of the stock market helps one to under¬ stand the free enterprise system. Preparation for the future is the responsibility of the Business Department. 26 Students seem to enjoy Algebra II under the direction of Miss Turner m ir ggagSB . _ mbmp ' J ’ 1 JER Jtmsr a if .. __ ■ : A quiet moment in the Chemistry class 27 mgmm 4 B! w® mm j ‘ JB ; 1 1 nife ’ - Bb r 1 sfe »« i §8i « .» LS -?.• ift 2 f : f . ' i hhp® 1 fc- - - a v Hr |f |i jW l Vicarious experiences in English class. Our foreign language laboratory 28 What’s wrong with this answer, Mrs. Coleman? 29 mmm Satisfying the inner man. Study hall in the cafeteria is something new this year 30 ■ Those beautiful Senior rings. familiar Scenes Three minutes! Step on it! Cflrouncf School and I said to him Morning reports Sure you want a program! MR. MURRELL MORRIS Our dependable maintenance man One just can ' t be too careful with all these bugs going around. Preparing Watch your fingers. Juture Homecrafted Paris fashions. 32 I Do you like it? Old and new members study Beta Club bulletin board. ! fj I i 33 Gustocfians Preston Foster, head custodian, together with his wife Mildred and son Thurman, con¬ stitute a most courteous and efficient staff. The building and grounds are always in ex¬ cellent condition and reflect the interest and concern of those responsible for their care. It is a source of deep satisfaction to the teachers and students of Nelson County High School to work in such a clean and orderly building. Preston Foster, head custodian, believes in keeping all parts of our building clean. 34 Thurman Foster has his specific duties and performs them well. Mildred Foster attends to her duties in a quiet and efficient manner. H f IP Hr Si If ; M j , % ; $! , ph r ai « : ;.. j v We have made the-most of ; our time. ANDREW COLEMAN Reporter CECIL DAVIS DANNY FIELDS President Treasurer BILLY KIRBY Secretary ROGER WOOD President ARNETTA ALLEN BRENDA ALLEN KAY ALLEN WAYNE ALLEN enior C a ass one CLIFTON ANDERSON PAUL BLEVINS WILMER BROWNING NANCY BRYANT BARBARA BOND WILLIAM BULLUCK III VIRGINIA BRANCH ROBERT BUTT HUGH CAMPBELL JOHN PATRICK CAMPBELL ELINOR CARTER LESTER CLEMENTS J nrleen JJlJBtTl Jit embers Seel? Seniors receive their reports with mixed emotions. 38 THOMAS CLEMENTS DAVID COBB ELDA COFFEY ETHEL COFFEY business as a Gareer ANDREW COLEMAN CAROLE COOK HAROLD COSS HARRY DAVIS PHILIP DODD RAY DUGAN CECIL DAVIS RONALD EAKIN 39 JOHN ELLIS SUSAN EMBREY JOEL FALLS DANIEL CLAYTON FIELDS Xme S eniors JKalte yfeac a way Benton Tinder and Joe Johnson use the equipment in the shop ANNIE FITZGERALD JESSE FITZGERALD JUDITH FLOYD MAYNARD FORTUNE in TJocai onaf !yricufture WAYNE FORTUNE GWENDOLYN GRIFFIN JAMES GARWOOD JERRY GREINER MARGIE GOWEN RAY HARRIS MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM JOHN WILLIAM HILL 41 WALTER JOHNSON BRENDA JORDAN SANDRA JORDAN WILLIAM L. KIRBY, III en ors Seniors who are taking the Betty Crocker Homemaking test. 42 GEORGE LUNSFORD FAYE McCLAIN MARY CATHERINE MARTIN NANCY MARTIN WARREN MARTIN ELIZABETH MAYS CHARLES MASSIE JAMES MAYS WANDA MATTOX FAYE MORGAN BETTY ANN MAYS ANN MORRIS 43 NETTIE MORRIS LILLIE O ' BRIEN DELORIS PONTON JAMES POWELL One Sen or on u 7 l 7 onor 7 ?o 7 Annie Fitzgerald and Susan Rourke take part in Library Club activities. 44 f e horizo j u ' CARLTON PUGH BRENDA REESE JUDI ROBERTS SUSAN ROURKE fnjfieen on u ' ll 11 7 fon or 7?off MANLY RUCKER ELLA JANE SMITH BRENDA SAUNDERS L. P. SPENCER, JR. CHARLOTTE SCRUGGS ELIZABETH SPICER JUDY SIMPSON ELIZABETH STEVENS GAYLE STEVENS PAUL TRUSLOW VERNON STEVENS ALICE TYREE DIANE THOMPSON JEAN TYREE BENTON TINDER KENNETH TYREE cS x Pos{graduates These postgraduates seek further training. SANDRA WHITE SPENCER WILKINSON GEORGIA WOOD MIRIAM YODER IsAfor JKc ore WAYNE BRADLEY CATHERINE MAWYER ANN TRUSLOW LINDA PERDUE KATHLEEN SPENCER EDWARD WITT 47 7n TKemora G£arles (G£uc£) Jfaruetj 19447961 Beloved of faculty, classmates , and family, he was a gentleman on whom was built absolute trust. 9n IRemori Jitzjerafcf 1944-1961 Youth and beauty so soon destroyed. FREDDIE BRENT JOYCE WHITEHEAD JOAN MARTIN BRUCE CASH 50 V. President £ • ‘ | i,. f Reporter President i. , C ’ f r Sec. -Treas. Eva Adams Fred Brent Faye Adams Alice Bryant Mary Allen Frances Bryant Shelvia Allen James Bryant Stevie Ashley Nancy Bryant junior C)fass CumSers One Jfuncfrecf Cicj ii David Bond Louise Campbell Eddie Boyd Maynard Campbell Barbara Bulluck Rodney Campbell Beatrice Campbell Thomas Campbell Kathleen Campbell Virginia Campbell I | 5 A 1 £ 1 The Junior class presents a scene from their play, " Rimrock Riot " ' Juniors ( acjer tj !waited UA Zelma Campbell Gloria Clarkson Linda Candler Charlotte Craig Herman Cannody Cecil Collins Bruce Cash Barry Cook Mary Cavendar Ronal Critzer Doris DeMastus Sharon Duncan Janet Drumheller David Embrey Marvin Drumheller Walter Evans Wayne Drumheller Joan Falls Grady Duncan Judy Ferguson Maxine Ferguson Brenda Gleason Elma Fitzgerald Randolph Glass Dennis Fitzgerald Carmel Goodwin Mary Fly the Audrey Gormes William Fortune Betty Harris ' I n MlilMsHMSH • s. . ■ . ' ■ ' : - 1 • 1 , j Honor student, Alice Effinger Bryant, studies house plans in French class. ' Juniors JfoU Jajfee Sale o Sarah Hatter Sherry Haynes Susan Henderson Barbara Hughes Morris Herring Judy Hughes W. J. Hill Lucien Hughes Dean Irvine Judy Johnson Sharon Kidd Richard McMurry Donnie Kidd Barbara Martin Rebecca Lunsford Betty Martin Billy McCartney Joan Martin Barbara McFadden Thomas Massie 9k inance Jt cS umor emor Ti rom Gary Mawyer Randy Parr Herbert Mawyer Connie Patteson Mary Mitchell Rebecca Perdue Alice Mohler Mildred Phillips Linda Napier James Pillow 4 THE POCKETi BOOKSTORE IPOCKKTf IKlOhs CAWDINa) minioxs Carolyn Shepherd, new Beta Club member, enjoys the " Pocket Bookstore " One JKore Step - — Incf O ien John Ponton Carolyn Quick Eugene Robertson Jane Robertson Shirley Rothgeb Dolores Saunders Judy Saunders Sally Saunders Trudy Saunders Grady Seay Carolyn Shepherd Joyce Taylor Samuel Simpson Roger Thompson Gary Small Donald Truslow l )e 7lre cS eniors Dale Ward Betty Wood Barbara White Joyce Whitehead Dawn Wood Marguerite Woodson Jackie Spencer Faye Stevens Janet Tucker Nancy Umbarger Mary Wills Phyllis Witt Mary Lou Wooten I •• Dost thou love life? ' Tfien do not squander time, for that ' s the stuff life ' s made of. CARROLL WOOD Reporter MIKE DAVIS V. -President WAYNE SIMPSON Sec. -Treasurer MARY CAVENDAR President ' M • ' WX i Nancy Adams Herbert Babish Margaret Campbell Audrey Carroll Ann Bryant Reed Cox Don Campbell Kifferly Campbell Buddy Craig Michael Davis c S ophom ore G ass Gum6ers Douglas Drumheller Winston Harlow Elaine Miller Thaxton Floyd Alice Hudson Jimmy Paisley Tommy Fortune Bobby Mawyer Billy Sorrels Hilda Gormes Viola Mays Larry Saunders Linda Harlow Zane Meeks R. E. Simpson 59 Wayne Simpson Patricia Thomson Carroll Wood Donald Sites Jimmy Tinder Ronald Si r es Russell Tyree Stanley Sperry Cecil White We’re sports minded! Liza Thacker Patricia White Sandra Wood 60 61 Our objects are sublime We shall achieve in time JUDY GUSMEROTTI President JEAN MILLER LARRY LAWHORNE Sec. -Treas. Reporter GARY WADE V. -President 62 Danny Adams Dean Allen Dennis Anderson Steve Anderson Mary Ashley Jackie Bailey George Banton Roger Banton Hilda Beasley Edward Beverley Margaret Booth Forest Bryant One Hundred Otorty Inter Olein Second Ojear at dels on County Htyl S cl oof Mary Branch Catherine Brown Robert Brown Barbara Campbell Linda Campbell Linda G. Campbell James Campbell Ronnie Campbell William Campbell Rachel Caul Butch Chaplin Linda Cobb Vivian Cobb Linda B. Cook Linda Cook Nancy Craig Mary J. Davis Sarah Davis Joan DeMastus Robert Fitzgerald Celestia Dolan Susan Fitzgerald Barbara Drumheller Dale Fox Gail Drumheller Rita Fox Ann Duncan Charlotte Duncan Donald Giannini Mike Gibson One on U C71” Ofonor Tvoff fo Under the direction of Mrs. Horsley, Biology students learn to use the microscope. Peggy Gibson Emily Goad Arthur Goodloe Charles Goodwin Joyce Goolsby Patricia Gowen Sharon Gowen Judy Gusmerotti Georgia Haas Danny Hall Margo Harvey Nora Jordan Larry Lawhorne Ronald Harvey Nancy Kidd Ann Lincoln Alvin Hatter Tanith Kilmartin Eugene McNabb Carolyn Hodock George Knight Lynda McNabb Dianne Hughes Jackie Lawhorne Phyllis McNabb Mary Goolsby Sandra Harris Jo Ann Johnson June Lawhorne Annie Martin Michael Marshall Daniel Mohler James Martin John Mayo Kenneth Martin Steve Mays Minnie Martin Sylvia Mays Cecil Massie Jean Miller Carolyn Mawyer Minnie Morris nwefue on yionor J ofl Plane Geometry students receive individual help from Mrs. Cook. Donald Napier Randy Powell Roy Nash Claude Proffitt Rebecca Neese Dale Proffitt Lynn Payne Sandra Proffitt Nancy Payne Robert Pugh Jules Peregoy Roland Pugh or Jirst ancf Second dracfmc Kenneth Purvis Margaret Robertson Joe Seaman Nellie Quinn Johnny Rodgers Kathy Seaman Rebecca Quinn Jimmy Rourke Nancy Simpson Shirley Ramsey Audrey Sanford Clayton Small Gene Roberts Frances Sanford Mary Snead Carolyn Robertson Carolyn Seaman Shirley Spencer Louis Spicer Donald Stevens Wanda Tomlin Calvin Truslow Margaret Stratton Phoebe Ann Tucker Joyce Thacker Diane Turner Jerome Thomas Rebecca Tyree Joyce Tinder Charles Umbarger iff Participate in Step and Scat Pests Pe §gy W°°h, Mrs. Parr, and Janet Zirkle look over Christmas decorations 68 Shakespeare was never like this before! 69 Wanda Aistrope Charles Baldwin Linda Brandt Barbara Allen Eddie Beverly Marian Brown Franklin Allen Gail Bowling Gail Browning Roberta Anderson Thelma Bowling Pamela Brow ning Herbert Ashley Jerry Bradley Carroll Bryant Janice Baker Earl Branch Helen Bryant One Ofuncfre cf one Ooecjin ihe 0 ear Robert Bryant Douglas Campbell Donald Butt George Campbell Birdie Campbell Jane Campbell Carl Campbell Linda Campbell Carolyn Campbell Donnie Campbell Linda L. Campbell Rodney Campbell Mrs. Payne explains the use of science equipment to Billy Wood and Gregory Sheffield One on u 7l Ofonor 7?off Sherman Campbell Charlotte Carter Betty Clements Kenneth Coffey Linda Carter Peggy Carter Ronald Collins David Crews Charles Cash Dave Critzer Sandra Cash Shirley Dameron Sandy Dean Larry Drumheller Clifford Dugan Rebecca Farrar Evelyn Fitzgerald Richard Deel Peggy Embrey Jo Nell Fitzgerald Sarah Dillard Ann Evans Roger Fitzgerald Edward Drumheller Betty Jo Evans Betty Floyd James Falls Steven Floyd for Jirst trading 7 J enocf Diane Fortune Nelson Harvey Anna Pearl Gentry Angela Horloll Bonnie Glass Jack Huffman John Gormes Linda Huffman Sarah Gowen Mabel Huffman Barbara Harvey Roger Huffman " A " Honor Roll students Pam Browning and Bunk Bryant do not waste their time. 0 WO 0 7 “CQ” Jfon or 7 ?off Danny Hughes Herbert Jordan Gene Hughes Cecil Kidd Delores Johnson Marie Kidd John Johnson Patricia Kidd Audrey Jordan Wayne Kidd Betty Jordan Jenny Lawhorne Joe Lawhorne Dorothy McCauley Patricia Martin Charles League James McFadden Roy Martin Donna F. Ledford Wayne McFadden Carolyn Mawyer Rule Loving Libby McGann Patrick Mawyer Mary Lyon Bernard Martin Elsie Mayo Martha McCartney Jeanette Martin Sue Mitchell econ J J eriocf Charles Moore Jerry Morris June Pannell Lewis Pace Mary Morris Ronnie Patrick Queen Morris Edward Napier Katherine O’Brien John Patteson John Payne Betty Phillips Homemaking skills call for concentration on the part of Faye Aistrope and Frances Truslow thirteen on “53” 7 onor CRoff Lyna Phillips Frances Purvis Peggy Phillips Linda Quick Carolyn Powell Walter Quick James Proffitt Harold Puckett Linda Purvis Steve Roberts Donald Robertson Sherry Robertson Mark Rodgers Mary Lou Sprague Donna Taylor Eddie Seaman Russell Staples Janet Taylor Sarah Seaman Judy Stevens Elizabeth Thacker Gregory Sheffield Judy M. Stevens Roger Thomas Betty Spencer Harriet Stewart Glen Thompson Ruby Spencer John Stinnett Sharon Thompson for Seconcf Jracfincj 7 J eriocf Robert Tucker Ronald Whitehead Shirley Thompson Harriet Turner Sue Thompson Linda Vance Downer Tomlin Laura Via Charles Truslow Linda Wade Frances Truslow Thomas Walker Charles Wiggins Jane Wood Charles Williams Marie Wood Arthur Wilson Melvin Wood Gloria Wray William Wood Brenda Wood Carolyn Wooten Frank Wood Sandra Browning is Allyrt There is a time for work and pleasure J)ela C ub OFFICERS: Carole Cook, Madeline Higginbotham, Sandra White, Brenda Jordan The Beta Club at Nelson County High School provides an opportunity for individual and group effort by our most outstanding students. Membership helps to develop initia¬ tive and leadership as well as rewards merit and achievement. FIRST ROW: Alice Effinger Bryant, Connie Patteson, Mary Flythe. SECOND ROW; Mrs. C. Tucker, Carolyn Shepherd, Sally Saunders. THIRD ROW; Judy Simpson, Elizabeth Spicer, Elizabeth Stevens. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Jordan, Susan Embrey, Gayle Stevens. FIFTH ROW: Carole Cook, Sandra White, Madeline Higginbotham, Jimmy Garwood, Billy Kirby. OFFICERS 7 ie library President - Annie Fitzgerald Vice-President - Susan Rourke Secretary-Treasurer - Mary Lou Wooten Reporter - Donna Taylor The Library Club is an organization formed by those students who are interested in the library and in learning more about the services offered by it. The club carries on projects to improve the library and sponsors various other activities. The most popular project of the club is the dance, which is held in the fall. Other projects are the sup¬ plying of student assistants to help during their study halls and the mending of books. Ill Fill m ■ FIRST ROW: Patrick Campbell, Wanda Mattox, Mary Mitchell, Bruce Cash. SECOND ROW; Eddie Boyd, Eva Adams, Elizabeth Spicer, James Tinder, Kay Allen, Sally Saunders. BACK ROW; Cecil Collins, Warren Martin, Delores Saunders, Joyce Whitehead, Carole Cook. Safety S atrof SAFETY PATROL: B. McCartney, H. Canody, J. Ponton, B. Cash, L. Lawhorne, J. Spencer, C. Wood, L. Herring. SECOND ROW: L. Scruggs, J. Bryant, J. Fitzgerald, L. P. Spencer, D. Cobb, L. Hughes, G. Seay, W. Bradley, M. Drumheller, R. Wood, H. Coss, J. Wood. THIRD ROW: L. Campbell, J. Thacker, F. Bryant, B. Mays, M. Snead, B. Reese, M. Wooten, S. Rourke, P. Coffey, M. Kidd, M. Stratton, A. Morris, B. Drumheller, C. Powell, Phyllis Witt, J. Hughes, A. Carroll, E. Coffey, L. Thacker, M. Phillips, Mr. Gusmerotti. KVG ' s C. Wood, B. Hill, E. Boyd. SECOND ROW: Mr. Wood, W. Drumheller, D. Hall, F. Wray, R. Whitehead, J. Paisley, P. Truslow, C. Massie, H. Campbell. THIRD ROW: D. Embrey, C. Pugh, C. Massie, C. Collins, L. Hughes, D. Cobb, M. Marshall, R. Campbell, R. Simpson. FOURTH ROW: G. Roberts, G. Hughes, J. Bryant, R. Wood, J. Ponton, W. Hatter, H. Coss, H. Canody, R. Fitzgerald. 83 meric a Mgp| Juture Ue a ehers MARY MARTIN - President SALLY SAUNDERS - Parliamentarian JOAN MARTIN - Historian CAROLYN SHEPHERD - Secretary-Treasurer BECKY PERDUE - V. -President JANET TUCKER - Reporter ALL OF US! I 84 We ' re on our way to Richmond to the FTA convention BIBLE CLUB OFFICERS Brenda Jordon - V. -President; Linda Cook - Reporter; Judi Roberts - President (Not pictured Sylvia Mays - Secretary-Treasurer). The Bible Club is one of the few clubs whose membership is open to any student who wished to join. The Bible Club presents programs at special seasons, devotions at assemblies, and spiritual musical programs. 85 Kay Allen, Gwen Griffin, Phyllis Witt , Herbert Mawyer, Judy Hughes, Trudy Saunders, Hugh Campbell, Johnny Ponton, Manly Rucker, Madeline Higginbotham, Carola Cooke, Warren Martin, Eddie Witt. 86 1962 Staff Kitty Spencer, Hugh Campbell, Trudy Saunders, Mary Martin, Kay Allen, Phyllis Witt, Judy Hughes, Alice Tyree, Catherine Martin, Betty Mays, Carole Cooke, Sandra White, Gayle Stevens, Gwen Griffin, Madeline Higginbotham, Johnny Ponton, Herbert Mawyer, Eddie Witt, Manly Rucker, Maynard Fortune, Warren Martin. Sponsors, Mrs. Crews, Mrs. Roberts, and Mrs. Lincoln EDITORS-Gayle Stevens, Sandra White BUSINESS MANAGERS-Brenda Allen, Alice Tyree ADVERTISING MANAGERS-Kay Allen, Maynard Fortune ASSISTANTS-Eddie Witt, Judy Hughes, Phyllis Witt, Carole Cooke, Madeline Higginbotham, Herbert Mawyer, Warren Martin, Trudy Saunders, Johnny Ponton, Hugh Campbell, Manly Rucker, Gwen Griffin PICTURE EDITORS-Catherine Mawyer, Kitty Spencer SPONSORS-Mrs. Crews, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Lincoln 87 future business JBeacfers of C lmerica jPI gj§§ .. ilfil " ' I f. ' BARBARA BOND - Secretary-Treasurer and SANDRA WHITE - President The FBLA organization seeks to " develop competent, aggressive business leadership. " It is composed of juniors and seniors who are taking business subjects. Sponsored by business teachers, it gives every student a view of the actual business world. Each member has a chance to develop character and qual¬ ities of leadership. FBLA also helps its members choose intelligently their jobs in the business world. The Future Business Leaders of America strives to " develop character, train for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism. " Sharon Duncan, Carolyn Quick, Alice Tyree, Annie Fitzgerald, Brenda Allen, Betty Ann Mays, Elda Coffey, Eva Adams, Judy Ferguson, Sandra White, Zelma Campbell, Ann Morris, Nancy Umbarger, Barbara Bond, Dianne Thompson, Gayle Stevens. 88 2 ). ram a Bruce Cash, Sharon Kidd, Johnny Ellis, Mary Martin, Susan Embrey and Miss Hughes as they plan another production. The overall objective of the Drama Club is to develop student appreciation of the form through the production of one and three-act comedies and dramas of literary merit. The club ' s more than thirty members set as their goal for 1961-62 the production of two student-directed one-act plays, a one-act District competition play, and an ambitious three-act drama to end the season. I ' iliiiSii ' iijjB SEATED: Miss Hughes, M. Martin, S. Kidd, S. Embrey, S. Rothgeb, J. Ellis. STANDING; M. Phillips, J. Tucker, M. Wills, S. Haynes, J. Whitehead, F. Stevens, L. Campbell, M. Flythe, C. Shepherd, R. Perdue. BACK ROW: J. Ponton, K. Allen, B. Cash, J. Martin, H. Davis, A. Lincoln, S. Ashley. (Susan Embrey, Chairman; Judi Roberts, Vice Chairman and Secretary-Treasurer; Miss Irene Hughes, Faculty Director). J ' uiure Jfo me makers of VJmcr ca Sandra Jordon - V. -President; Carolyn Quick - Reporter; Marie Kidd - Historian; Brenda Jordon - President; Catherine Mawyer - Secretary; Betty Martin - Parliamentarian; Barbara Hughes - Song Leader. (Not pictured Elma Fitzgerald - Treasurer). ; j 1 I 1 j ' 4A J f t ! 1 ti if T wffi Cm " M m f 1 l 4 I, " 1 9$ 9 Tg ■ ■ u swa mm Ifif r M W f , I 1 Ushm- f «, 1 A m i " f ■ . , J kk ' i - JA t ; i| llilff 1 i t £ j FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Mrs. Annie Payne, L. Thacker, S. Hatter, R. Spencer, H. Gormes, A. Truslow, B. Hughes, B. Martin, S. Jordan, B. Jordan, K. Allen, B. Wood, F. Aistrop, Mrs. Nancy Parr. SECOND ROW; B. Bond, A. Gormes, J. Johnson, Z. Meeks, J. Falls, N. Jordan, F. Wood, N. Martin, M. Goolsby, J. Fitzgerald, M. Kidd, C. Brown, G. Browning, L. Chandler, E. Smith, P. Martin, B. Campbell, C. Quick, A. Huffman, M. Martin, C. Mawyer, B. Saunders, P. Wood, L. Seaman, J. Zirkle, F. Truslow, L. Brandt, J. Stevens. 90 King and Queen of the Sweetheart Dance with attendants Benton Tinder, Catherine Mawyer, Joe Johnson, Kay Allen, Sandra Jordon, Paul Truslow. One of the nice things about Home Economics — fa ■ • " 1 m ' • W " . " £■ ' King and Queen of the FFA-FHA Sweetheart Dance BENTON TINDER and CATHERINE MAWYER Calories - yes, but good nutrition! You get to eat what you cook. future farmers of America OFFICERS Billy Hill, Wayne Drumheller, Larry Saunders, Grady Duncan, Benton Tinder, Paul Truslow, Mr. Wood, James Campbell, Kifferly Campbell, James Wood, Jimmy Tinder, Mr. Puckett. THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS STUDYING VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE Not a man from Mars - Welding in the shop Future Farmers Clifton Anderson, Paul Truslow, and Tom Massie learn useful arts in the shop. 93 Editor Carole Cooke with Johnny Ponton and Madeline Higginbotham. The School Echo goes to press! Typists Betty Mays and Mary Martin work behind the scenes. Uhe School C cho SEATED: Joan Mart , Betty Harris, Mary Mitchell, Carole Cooke, Madeline Higginbotham, Sherry Haynes, Patricia Coffey. STANDING: Brenda Jordan, Judy Gusmerotti, Eddie Boyd, Bruce Cash, Harry Davis, Johnny Ponton, Susan Em- brey, Richard McMurry, Hugh Campbell, Eva Adams, Shirley Rothgeb. 94 " There is a time for every purpose under the heaven. " Cj oncert CBancf 96 THE NELSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT BAND. 7e serve 7) and FRONT ROW: Linda Brandt - Clarinet; Sue Mitchell - Clarinet, Linda Campbell - Oboe; Sarah Davis - Cornet; Bernie Martin - Cornet. BACK ROW: Donald Napier - Trombone; Roger Thomas - Trombone; Charles Cash - Bass Trombone; Dennis Anderson - Bass; Robert Tucker - Cornet; Robert Brown - Cornet; (Ronald Collins - Cornet - Not pictured). Dance 75and Mr. Sanger, Alice E. Bryant, Elizabeth Stevens, Judy Simpson, Samuel Simpson, Dawn Wood, Larry Lawhorne, Connie Patteson, Pat Campbell, Stevie Ashley, Joyce Whitehead, Hugh Campbell, Jean Miller, Donald Stevens, Spencer Wilkinson. 97 Q ute Quartet Left to right; Elizabeth Stevens Linda Cook Susan Embrey Joan Martin IQoocfwtncf Quintet Left to right; Elizabeth Stevens - Flute Elizabeth Spicer - Oboe Connie Patteson - Clarinet Mary Flythe - Horn Becky Perdue - Bassoon cS axop ione Quartet Left to right; Jean Miller - Baritone Stevie Ashley - Tenor Dawn Wood - Second Alto Judy Simpson - First Alto QJromSone Quartet Left to right; Pat Campbell Freddie Brent Samuel Simpson Larry Lawhorne 8 Ik£l! . . ' 31 Cfarinet Quartet Left to right; Alice Effinger Bryant Connie Patteson Margaret Booth Vivian Cobb Faye Stevens Cornet Quartet Left to right; Ronnie Eakin Donnie Stevens Joyce Whitehead Hugh Campbell Members of the District 5 All-State Band held at Waynesboro High School on Feb. 2, 3, and 4. FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Stevens - Flute; Susan Embrey - Flute; Elizabeth Spicer - Oboe; Alice E. Bryant - Clarinet; Connie Patteson - Clarinet; Sally Saunders - Clarinet; Margaret Booth - Clarinet. BACK ROW: Larry Lawhorne - Trombone; Samuel Simpson - Trombone; Joyce Whitehead - Trumpet; Ronnie Eakin - Trumpet; Dawn Wood - Alto Saxophone; Judy Simpson - Alto Saxophone; Becky Perdue - Bassoon. This represents the largest group of students to represent Nelson County High School at an All-State Event. It was the third highest quota in the District. d hS afe Chorus All-State Chorus, North was held at the Francis C. Hammond High School in Alexandria, Va., on Feb. 16,17,18. These students represented Nelson County High School at this event. Roger Wood - Tenor; Elinor Carter - Soprano; Wayne Fortune - Baritone; Eddie Witt - Baritone; Robert Sander - Instructor; Kenneth Tyree - Tenor. 100 dfhS a e CBancf Judy Simpson, talented and accomplished saxophonist, is winner of the famous " John Phillips Sousa " award for her out¬ standing contribution to the band. Elizabeth Stevens, flutist and pianist, is the recipient of the coveted " Arian " award for outstanding accomplishments in the field of music. 101 ALICE EFFINGER BRYANT A very capable and talented accompanist for the chorus. THE NELSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS Members of a Special Performing Group chosen from the Chorus for their outstanding singing ability. FRONT ROW: Eva Adams - Alto; Dawn Wood - Alto; Faye Morgan - Soprano; Elinor Carter - Soprano; Charlotte Duncan - Soprano. BACK ROW; Wayne Fortune - Bass; Billy McCartney - Bass; Eddie Witt - Bass; Roger Wood - Tenor; Kenneth Tyree - Tenor. 102 Five High Stepping Twirlers lead the Marching Band on Parade. Left to right: Joan Martin, Lyna Phillips, Joyce Whitehead, Ann Lincoln, Faye Stevens. 103 Z) £ ianne league 1955-1961 " When death strikes down the innocent and the young, for every fragile form from which he lets the panting spirit free, a hundred virtues rise, in shapes of mercy, charity and love, to walk the world and bless it. " — Dickens ! 04 " To look up and not down, To look forward and not back To look out and not in, and, To lend a hand. " -- E. E. Hale Judy Gusmerotti Linda Cook EVA ADAMS - Head Cheerleader Tanith Kilmartin BETTY GARDNER - " Mascot " ( heer i leaders Eva Adams, Miss Muir, Betty Gardner Linda Candler Betty Harris Annie Fitzgerald Joyce Thacker 106 District 4 Group II Champions. The best record in the history of Nelson County - 8 wins 2 defeats 1962 district oolSail am pi on s Co-Captains 1961 BILLY BULLUCK and BILLY HILL One of the best backfields in the school history. Andrew Coleman Benton Tinder Joe Johnson Billy Bulluck Billy Hill 108 ANDREW COLEMAN Outstanding for his long runs. BILLY BULLUCK Leading pass receiver. Only missed one practice in four years RONNIE EAKIN SMALL BUT STRONG Mike Davis Cecil Collins Danny Fields Billy Kirby Cecil Davis Ronnie Eakin Jimmy Garwood 109 Honors Honorable mention for the All-State team. Andrew Coleman, Billy Bulluck, Jimmy Garwood, Billy Hill, Billy Kirby. c Junior TJarsi y " J ' ootSa ff ufeam Junior Varsity football team is coached by Max Clayton. Many boys on this team are being counted on to play first string next season. Kenneth Purvis, Sandy Dean, Jimmy Tinder, Steve Mays, Walter Evans, Danny Adams, Ronald Collins, Charlie League, Jerry Bradley, Jackie Lawhorne, Jimmy Rourke, Eddie Seaman, Rule Loving, Jerry Morris, Gary Wade, Robert Brown, George Knight, Randy Powell, Charles Umbar- ger, Charles Goodwin, Mr. Clayton. Co-Captains for 1962 TOMMY CAMPBELL and DOUGLAS DRUMHELLER FRONT ROW: Brenda Gleason, Joan Martin, Madeline Higginbotham, Brenda Saunders, Sarah Davis. SECOND ROW: Brenda Allen, Jean Allen, Betty Mays, Sandra Proffitt, Barbara Bulluck, Mary Cavendar. THIRD ROW; Elda Coffey, Manager, Maxine Ferguson, Barbara White, Linda Campbell, Catherine Mawyer, and Miss Muir, Coach. MISS MUIR Coach MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM Co-Captain BRENDA SAUNDERS Co-Captain 112 Nelson 41 vs Nelson 23 vs Nelson 21 vs Nelson 19 vs Nelson 35 vs Nelson 27 vs Nelson 27 vs Nelson 22 vs Nelson 25 vs Nelson 32 vs Nelson 43 vs JOAN MARTIN MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM BRENDA GLEASON BRENDA ALLEN Forward Forward aslzet aff New London 52 Dan River 39 New London 30 Dan River 22 Amherst 40 Appomattox 43 Brookville 24 Rustburg 44 Appomattox 46 Brookville 52 Amherst 49 Forward Forward SARAH DAVIS BARBARA WHITE Guard Guard 113 BRENDA SAUNDERS Guard Tom Massie led team in points and rebounds. Ijarsiiij Billy Bulluck came on strong late in the season. Schedule Nelson 35- Scottsville 23 Nelson 48- New London 36 Nelson 51- Miller School 22 Nelson 48- Dan River 37 Nelson 38- Scottsville 11 Nelson 36- New London 17 Nelson 47- Dan River 19 Nelson 53- Amherst 52 Nelson 26- Appomattox 38 I 14 Jimmy Garwood averaged 9 rebounds and 9 points a game. Mike Davis - first off the bench Billy Hill - plenty of heart. of Barnes Nelson 30- Rustburg 35 Nelson 34 - — Brookville 44 Nelson 41- Fluvanna 38 Nelson 50- Miller School 38 Nelson 24- Rustburg 44 Nelson 36- Appomattox 40 Nelson 39- Brookville 42 Nelson 37- ♦ Amherst 34 Nelson 34- Fluvanna 45 WAYNE SIMPSON Reserve Guard Walter Evans averaged 10.1 per game. fB asfetfaff HERB BABISH Reserve Center SPENCER WILKINSON Reserve Forward 115 Getting in shape. Walter Evans, Wayne Simpson, Billy Bulluck, Jimmy Garwood, Mike Davis, Billy Hill, Herb Babish, Tom Massie. This team brought us our best record in the history of the school. The team was coached by Ben Kendall, who came to us from Indiana. Coach Kendall, Wayne Simpson, Spencer Wilkinson, Billy Bulluck, Jimmy Garwood, Tom Massie, Herb Babish, Billy Hill, Mike Davis, Walter Evans, Coach League. 116 Uhe Junior TJarsiiy m|| j MM Outstanding Junior Varsity team. We are counting on these boys bringing the State Championship to us when they are juniors and seniors. Jimmy Rourke, Charles Goodwin, Ronald Harvey, Donald Giannini, Randy Powell, Lee Walker, Louis Spicer, Coach Clayton, Kenneth Purvis, Gary Wade, Jackie Bailey, Butch Chaplin, Sandy Dean. Uhe C icj iiJi Qracfe Eighth Grade basketball players who will be our future team. Ronald Collins, Charlie League, Jerry Morris, Eddie Seaman, Rule Loving. ■HBGjjkt ■: jf0jsGX$ ' ' Jk i-iSaT Jr! E£ ' 4: • ' " . ' J if. i fl ml v, Jpg; jh SPRING 1962 PROSPECTS FIRST ROW: D. Fields, B. Kirby, B. Bulluck, J. Garwood, B. Hill, B. Tinder, A. Coleman, J. Johnson, S. Wilkinson. SECOND ROW: W. Evans, D. Ward, R. Brown, O. J. Wade, R. Powell, G. Wade, W. Dodd, K. Purvis, W. Simpson. THIRD ROW: J. Morris, R. Dugan, G. Duncan, D. Adams, J. Lawhorne, C. Martin, G. Knight, R. Harvey, C. Collins. BACK ROW: Mr. Clayton, Coach; R. Loving, L. Blake, S. Mays, D. Truslow, R. Bryant, C. Weaver, J. Tinder, H. Jordan. FRONT ROW: D. Fields, B. Kirby, J. Garwood, J. Johnson, W. Evans. SECOND ROW: A. Coleman, B. Bulluck, R. Powell, B. Hill, G. Wade, Mr. Clayton, Coach. THIRD ROW: K, Purvis, C. Collins, S. Wilkinson, B. Tinder, W. Simpson. Battery - The veterans say that second best isn’t good enough. Pitchers Jimmy Garwood, Joe Johnson. Catchers Billy Hill, Billy Bulluck. I 19 OUTFIELD - Specializing in balls hit in the air. Cecil Collins and Kenneth Purvis 120 OUTFIELD - Spencer Wilkinson, Benton Tinder, and Andrew Coleman UracJz THE 1962 TRACK TEAM - C. Wood, C. Collins, G. Wade, W. Drumheller, R. Powell, B. Bulluck, D. Drumheller, D. Gianinni, E. Chaplin, M. Davis. SECOND ROW: C. Davis, B. Mawyer, A. Coleman, K. Purvis, B. Hill, R. Eakin, T. Campbell, C. Martin, R. Brown, W. Evans. THIRD ROW: L. Spicer, W. Dodd, S. Mays, D. Napier, R. Harvey, D. Adams, S. Simpson, D. Kidd. FOURTH ROW: E. Witt, Mr. Davis, Mr. League. OUR RELAY TEAMS Andrew Coleman, Billy Bulluck, Bobby Mawyer, and Billy Hill 121 SPRINTERS SHOT AND DISCUS MEN Ronald Harvey Ronnie Eakin Carroll Martin Cecil Collins Donald Kidd Carroll Wood Donald Gianinni Tommy Campbell FLYING HIGH! LOOKING DOWN ON IT! Billy Bulluck OUR FRESHMAN VAULTERS Wendall Dodd Gary Wade Randy Powell Outstanding young prospects - Carroll Wood, Ronald Harvey, Gary Wade, Carroll Martin, Kenneth Pur vis, Randy Powell, George Knight, Herb Babish, Butch Chaplin. Most of these outstanding athletes are seniors and we shall miss them next year. Billy Hill, Billy Bulluck, Tom Massie, Joe Johnson, Cecil Davis, Andrew Coleman, Billy Kirby, Danny Fields, Walter Evans, Jim Garwood. 124 " Dressed up " and ready to go to a game! 126 MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM BILLY HILL 127 Tturmers-Qlp or JKr. ancf JKiss Xefson County JfiyA ScAoo CAROLE COOKE ROGER WOOD m • w|mk j Hk 1 $ Fvl n m Hfc ' r A jJv S r jr 4j 71 unn ers Ip Jor Jl r. and TIC is s TCe son County 31 yfi Sc 200 f BILLY BULLUCK ELIZABETH STEVENS 129 icf JlCiss Ce son County Cfiy i School BETTY MAYS ANDREW COLEMAN HHVf X 4t r ' ' Jl i; , i Wit v % i§§5 ’ flS ■m , Hi MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM Jfc o n e com mq Q ueen October 3 y 1961 Nelson vs Gretna 131 Most Popular HUGH CAMPBELL ELIZABETH STEVENS Most Athletic (32 BRENDA SAUNDERS BILLY BULLUCK Best Looking BETTY ANN MAYS BILLY HILL WAo’s ' or Most Dependable JIMMY GARWOOD JUDY SIMPSON )33 Biggest Flirt ROGER WOOD ELINOR CARTER Best All-Around BILLY KIRBY CAROLE COOKE Vv-- Most Intellectual ALICE BRYANT ROGER THOMPSON Most Popular EVA ADAMS BRUCE CASH 134 Best Looking TRUDY SAUNDERS LARRY SMALL Best All-Around JOYCE WHITEHEAD WALTER EVANS Most Dependable ROGER THOMPSON JOYCE WHITEHEAD 135 Most Athletic JOAN MARTIN WALTER EVANS WAo ' s lil)ho op. n om ore Biggest Flirt SANDRA WOOD CARROLL WOOD l )Ao’s IsJho Most Popular MIKE DAVIS MARY CAVENDAR Best Looking MARY CAVENDAR DOUGLAS DRUMHELLER Most Athletic BARBARA BULLUCK HERBERT BABISH Jreshmen Most Popular JUDY GUSMEROTTI JACKIE BAILEY Best Looking GARY WADE JEAN MILLER Most Athletic SARAH DAVIS GARY WADE Biggest Flirt VIVIAN COBB RANDY POWELL " Who Is W£o Most Popular RODNEY CAMPBELL LYNA PHILLIPS Best Looking BILLY WOOD MARIE KIDD CKjfit i S racfe ly)£o ’s WAo Most Athletic CHARLES LEAGUE LINDA WADE Biggest Flirt JERRY MORRIS DONNA TAYLOR J ' acufitj S a s cs MR. J. W. HARVILLE, B.S., M. Ed. Hampden-Sydney College, University of Virginia Principal MR. DAN GUSMEROTTI, B. S. Juniata College Assistant Principal, Math, Safety Patrol, S.C.A., School Echo MISS MARIAN JANET ALLEN, B. A. Madison College Librarian, Library Club MRS. EMILY BRUGUIERE, B. A. Madison College English, Freshman Class Sponsor MR. MAX CLAYTON, B. S. Elon College Coach, Phys. Ed., Science MRS. LILLIAN COLEMAN, B. S. , M. Ed. University of Virginia Geography, Guidance MRS. DANNA COOK, B. S. William Mary, Madison College Math, Geometry, Trigonometry, Bible Club, Sopho¬ more Class Sponsor MRS. LOUISE O. CREWS, B. A. Carson-Newman College Latin, History, Senior Sponsor, Yearbook Sponsor MR. ST EPHEN DAVIS, B. A. Bridgewater College History, Freshman Class Sponsor MRS. MADELINE GARDNER, B. A. Lynchburg College History, 8th Grade Sponsor MRS. PAULINE B. HARVEY, B. S. Madison College Business Education, Senior Sponsor, FBLA Sponsor MRS. RUTH O. HORSLEY, B. S. , M. Ed. Carson-Newman College, University of Virginia Biology, Physics, Science, Senior Sponsor MISS IRENE HUGHES, B. A. Mary Washington College English, Dramatic Club, Junior Class Sponsor MR. BEN KENDALL, B. A., M. A. Elon College, East Carolina College Science, Coach MR. J. SHERMAN LEAGUE, B. A. University of West Virginia Athletic Director, Phys. Ed., Geography, Coach MRS. CATHERINE G. LINCOLN, B. S. Madison College Business Education, FBLA Sponsor, Freshman Class Sponsor MISS JEAN MUIR, B. A. Lynchburg College Phy. Ed. , Cheerleader Sponsor, Girls ' Basketball Coach, Freshman Class Sponsor MRS. NANCY PARR, B. S. Radfo rd College, V. P. I. Home Economics, FHA Sponsor MRS. ANNIE PAYNE, B. S. Madison College Home Economics, Science, FHA Sponsor, 8th Grade Sponsor MRS. LUCY POINDEXTER, B. A. Randolph-Macon Woman ' s College English, 8th Grade Sponsor MR. E. H. PUCKETT, B. S. , M. Ed. University of Virginia, V.P.I. Vocational Agriculture, FFA Sponsor MRS. MARY C. ROBERTS, B.S., M. Ed. Longwood College, V. P. I. Business Education, FBLA Sponsor, Yearbook Sponsor, 8th Grade Sponsor MRS. FAYE P. RUTHERFORD, B. S. Randolph-Macon Woman’s College English, Forensic Club Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor 139 MR. ROBERT G. SANGER, B. S. , M. M. Bridgewater College, Northwestern University Bank Choral, Majorette, Sponsor MRS. CAROLINE TUCKER, B. S. Woman’s College of University of North Carolina Business English, French, Spanish, Beta Club Sponsor, 8th Grade Sponsor MRS. VIRGINIA TUCKER, B. S., M. S. Mississippi State College for Women, University of Virginia General Science, Algebra, 8th Grade Sponsor Senior ARNETTA ALLEN Faber, Virginia FHA 1,2, 3, 4 - President; Library Club 4; FBLA 4 BRENDA ALLEN Faber, Virginia FHA 1,2 - Reporter; Library Club 4; FBLA 4; Junior Red Cross 1,2; Basketball 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4 KAY ALLEN Shipman, Virginia Library Club 1; 4-H Club 1; 4-H Honor Club 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 4; Annual Staff 4; Safety Patrol 3; Junior Red Cross 1,2; SCA 1,2; Drama Club 4 WAYNE ALLEN Afton, Virginia Safety Patrol 1; Choral Club 3, 4 CLIFTON ANDERSON Afton, Virginia 4-H Club 1, 2; Junior Red Cross 2; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; JV Basketball 2; Football 4; Monogram Club 4 PAUL BLEVINS Arrington, Virginia Band 1,2,3, 4; Drama Club 3; KVG ' s 2; Football 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2 MISS LAURA TURNER, B. S. , M.A. University of Virginia English, Algebra, FT A Sponsor, Sophomore Class Sponsor MRS. CATHERINE WHITEHEAD, B. A. Alabama College Government, Guidance, Junior Class Sponsor MR. CLIFFORD WOOD, B. S. Virginia Polytechnical Institute Vocational Agriculture, Math, FFA Sponsor S a is ics BARBARA BOND Arrington, Virginia 4-H Club 2, 3; Library Club 3; FBLA 3, 4 - Secretary; FHA 4 VIRGINIA BRANCH Schuyler, Virginia NANCY BRYANT Montebello, Virginia Safety Patrol WILLIAM BULLUCK Schuyler, Virginia Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; KVG ' s 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; SCA 3, 4 - President; Band 3 ALVIN BURNLEY Shipman, Virginia KVG ' s 3, 4; FFA 3, 4; Track 3; Basketball 3 ROBERT BUTT Gladstone, Virginia HUGH CAMPBELL Lovingston, Virginia Vice-President of the Junior Class 140 PATRICK CAMPBELL Lowesville, Virginia Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Honor Club 2, 3, 4 - Reporter; SCA 2 t 3; Dramatics 3, 4; Forensics 4; Echo Staff 4 ELINOR CARTER Roseland, Virginia 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3; Bible Club 1,2; Safety Patrol 1 LESTER CLEMENTS Schuyler, Virginia KVG ' s 1; 4-H Club 2; Safety Patrol 1 DAVIDSON COBB Gladstone, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2, 3; KVG ' s 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Choral 4 ETHEL COFFEY Roseland, Virginia 4-H Club 1; Bible Club 1,2; Drama Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3 ANDREW COLEMAN Roseland, Virginia Monogram Club 3, 4; Reporter of Senior Class CAROLE COOKE Afton, Virginia Beta Club 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; 4-H Honor Club 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; Library Club 1, 3; Drama Club 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 2,4 CECIL DAVIS Shipman, Virginia Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Basketball 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; FFA 3, 4; President of Senior Class HARRY DAVIS Rockfish, Virginia 4-H Club 1, 2; Drama Club 3, 4; FFA 4; Forensics 4 - President; Newspaper Staff 4 PHILIP DODD Nellysford, Virginia RAYMOND DUGAN Lovingston, Virginia FFA 4; KVG’s 4; Football 3; Baseball 1, 3, 4 RONALD EAKIN Massies Mill, Virginia Football 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2; SCA 1; Band 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 SUSAN EMBREY Lovingston, Virginia Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; News¬ paper Staff 3, 4 JOHN ELLIS Piney River, Virginia Monogram Club; Drama Club; Football; SCA; Base¬ ball; Annual Staff DANIEL FIELDS Roseland, Virginia Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3,4 ANNIE FITZGERALD Afton, Virginia Bible Club 1, 2, 3; Choral 2, 4; Library Club 3, 4 - President; FHA 2, 3 - Parliamentarian; FBLA 4; Cheer¬ leader 3,4; Junior Red Cross 1,2; 4-H Club 2 JESSE FITZGERALD Roseland, Virginia 4-H Club 1; Safety Patrol 4 JUDITH FLOYD Afton, Virginia Library Club 3, 4; FHA 2, 3; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1 MAYNARD FORTUNE Faber, Virginia FFA 1,2; Annual Staff 4; Choral 4 - Vice-President WAYNE FORTUNE Faber, Virginia FFA; Choral JAMES GARWOOD Afton, Virginia Football 1,3,4; SCA 2; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2; Echo Staff 2 - Business Manager; Monogram Club 3,4 GERALD GREINER Roseland, Virginia 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; KVG ' s 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3 141 GWENDOLYN GRIFFIN Shipman, Virginia FHA 2; Library Club 4; Choral Club 4 MARGIE GOWEN Shipman, Virginia FHA 2, 3; Library Club 4; Safety Patrol 1, 2 RAY HARRIS Faber, Virginia Choral 1, 2, 4; Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4 MADELINE HIGGINBOTHAM Rockfish, Virginia Secretary-Treasurer of Freshman Class; Bible Club 1; Junior Red Cross; Library Club 1 - Secretary; 4-H Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; SCA 2, 3 - Vice-President 4 - Parliamentarian; Basketball 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain; Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class; Beta Club 3, 4 - Vice-President; Annual Staff 4 WILLIAM HILL Roseland, Virginia FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3,4; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4 BRENDA JORDAN Tyro, Virginia Bible Club 1,2- Secretary-Treasurer; FHA 2, 3 - Reporter 4 - President; Beta Club 3, 4 - Reporter; Echo Staff 4; Safety Patrol 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1; Junior Red Cross 1 SANDRA JORDAN Tyro, Virginia Bible Club 3, 4; FHA 3, 4 - Vice-President; Library Club 2; Junior Red Cross 1; Drama Club 3 WILLIAM KIRBY Afton, Virginia Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4; SCA 4; Beta Club 3,4; Annual Staff 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club; Sophomore Class President; Senior Class Secretary GEORGE LUNSFORD Roseland, Virginia FFA 1,2,3 - President, 4 - Treasurer; Safety Patrol 2,3- Captain 4; KVG ' s 1, 2, 3, 4 MARY MARTIN Faber, Virginia Choral 2, 3; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4 - President; Annual Staff 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Echo Staff 2,3- Reporter, 4 - Business Manager NANCY MARTIN Wingina, Virginia FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1; Band 1; Safety Patrol 4; Cheerleader 1,2 WARREN MARTIN Piney River, Virginia 4-H Club 1; FFA 1,2; Football 3; Baseball 1; 4-H Honor Club 2, 3, 4 CHARLES MASSIE Piney River, Virginia FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 - Reporter; KVG’s 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Baseball 2 WANDA MATTOX Piney River, Virginia Choral 4; 4-H Honor Club 2, 3 - Vice President 4; FHA 1,2; SCA 1; Library Club 2,4; Junior Red Cross 1,2, 3 BETTY MAYS Piney River, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2, 3, 4 - Song Leader; Library Club 1,2, 4; Bible Club 1, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; FHA 1,2- Secretary-Treasurer; Junior Class Reporter; FBLA 4; Forensics 4; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; SCA 1, 2, 3; Basket¬ ball 2, 3,4; Annual Staff 3 ELIZABETH MAYS Lovingston, Virginia SCA 1, 4; 4-H Club 1; Library Club 3; FHA 1, 2, 3; Safety Patrol 3, 4 FAYE MORGAN Afton, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2; Drama Club 3; Bible Club 1; Choral 1,2, 3, 4 ANN MORRIS Arrington, Virginia Safety Patrol 3; FBLA 3; Library Club 1; Choral 3 NETTIE MORRIS Arrington, Virginia FHA 2; Choral 3, 4 142 LILLIE O’BRIEN Shipman, Virginia DELORIS PONTON Roseland, Virginia JAMES POWELL Shipman, Virginia Safety Patrol 1, 2; KVG ' s 2, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3 JOHN PROFFITT Shipman, Virginia CARLTON PUGH Shipman, Virginia FFA 1,2, 3,4; KVG’s 1,2, 3,4 BRENDA REESE Arrington, Virginia Library Club 1, 2, 4; Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 3; 4-H Club 1,2; Forensic Club 4 JUDI ROBERTS Tyro, Virginia Bible Club 3, 4 - President; Drama Club 3, 4 - Vice Chairman; FBLA 3; Forensics 4; Annual Staff 4; Junior Red Cross 2 SUSAN ROURKE Arrington, Virginia FHA 1; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; Library Club 4; Safety Patrol 4; Chorus 4 MANLY RUCKER Lovingston, Virginia Basketball 1 BRENDA SAUNDERS Schuyler, Virginia Basketball 3, 4; Library Club 1, 4; Drama Club 3; FHA 1,4; SCA 1,2; Bible Club 1 CHARLOTTE SCRUGGS Gladstone, Virginia 4-H Club 1; Bible Club 2; Junior Red Cross 1; FHA 2; Library Club 4; FBLA 3, 4 - Treasurer JUDY SIMPSON Lovingston, Virginia Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1 - Sec¬ retary; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Sophomore Class Secretary; Echo Staff 2 ELLA JANE SMITH Arrington, Virginia Safety Patrol 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; FHA 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 3; Drama Club 3; FBLA 3; Bible Club 2, 3 L. P. SPENCER, JR. Arrington, Virginia Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; KVG’s 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 2; Baseball 1; Football 1 ELIZABETH SPICER Lovingston, Virginia Band 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; 4-H Club 1; 4-H Honor Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1; FTA 4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 3 ELIZABETH STEVENS Roseland, Virginia Beta Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3; SCA 3 - Secretary 4; Chorus; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 GAYLE STEVENS Lovingston, Virginia FHA 2; FBLA 4; Basketball 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; An¬ nual Staff - Co-Editor VERNON STEVENS Lovingston, Virginia FFA 1,2, 3,4 DIANNE THOMPSON Piney River, Virginia FHA 1, 2; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; Library Club 2, 4; FBLA 3, 4; 4-H Club 1; Chorus 2 BENTON TINDER Faber, Virginia FFA - President; 4-H Honor Club; Monogram Club PAUL TRUSLOW Afton, Virginia FFA 1,2, 3 - Vice-President, 4 - President; 4-H Club 1 ALICE TYREE Arrington, Virginia Chorus 1, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1; Bible Club 3, 4; Drama Club 3; FBLA 4; Library Club 4; Annual Staff 4 143 JEAN TYREE Gladstone, Virginia 4-H Club 1; FBLA 3, 4; Band 3; Junior Red Cross 2; Bible Club 3; FHA 2; Library Club 4; President of Freshman Class KENNETH TYREE Lovingston, Virginia FTA 4; KVG ' s 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 2 SANDRA WHITE Roseland, Virginia Beta Club 3, 4 - Secretary; FBLA 3, 4 - President; Bible Club 1; Annual Staff 4 - Co-Editor; Junior Red Cross 1; Drama Club 3; 4-H Club 1; 4-H Honor Club SPENCER WILKINSON Arrington, Virginia Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,3,4; Monogram Club 4 GEORGIA WOOD Rockfish, Virginia FHA 1,2; Junior Red Cross 2; Library Club 2; Bible Club 3 ROGER WOOD Afton, Virginia Chorus 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3; Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4; Mono¬ gram Club 2, 3, 4; KVG ' s 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2 HAROLD COSS Afton, Virginia Band 3, 4; KVG ' s 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol 1; Junior Red Cross 2 WALTER JOHNSON Shipman, Virginia Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Monogram 3, 4 FAYE McCLAIN Afton, Virginia SCA 1, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 2 MIRIAM YODER Schuyler, Virginia Chorus 3; FHA 1 WILMER BROWNING Shipman, Virginia KVG ' s 1,2; Chorus 4 THOMAS CLEMENTS Schuyler, Virginia 4-H Club 1,2; KVG ' s 3 ELDA COFFEY Tyro, Virginia Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4; FBLA 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Basketball 3 144 There is a time to get and a time to spend. Some Interesting Observations on DUNBRIK-PRECAST SEPTIC TANKS and Prehistoric man PROBABLY DISCOVERED ' CEMENT. " IT’S POSSIBLE THATHE BUILT HIS FIRE INAHOLE LINEO WITH LIMESTONE OR GYPSUM rock. theTfire de-carbonated or de-hydrated the SURFACE OF THE ROCK WHICH FELL AMONG STONES, WHEN WETTED, AS BY RAIN, THE POWDER HARDENED, CEMENTING THE STONES TOGETHER. )AVID SAYLOR AAADE THE FIRST PORTLAND CEMENT IN THEU.S. AT COPLAY, PENN., IN 1871. BY I890 f , 17 PLANTS were JPR0DUCIN6 331,500 - • ' 1 .BARRELS, WHILE IN 1942, PRODUCTION IN «pHE FIRST CEMENT KILNS OFTHE SIZE RANGE IN USE TODAY WERE USED BYTHE EDISON PORTLAND CEMENT WORKS UNDER PATENTS GRANTED to THOMAS EDISON HE FIRST REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURE WAS A boat ; IT WAS BUILT IN 1850 BY THE FRENCHMAN, LAMBOT, WHO ALSO CON¬ STRUCTED FLOWER POTS OF THIS MATERIAL ALL PLANTS TOTALED 185,341,609 BARRELS. s OHNSMEATDN MADE THE FIRST TRUE HYDRAULIC CEMENT WHEN REBUILDING the EDPYSTONE LI6HTHOUSE in ENGLAND AROUND THE YEAR 1756. THE RESEMBLANCE0FTHI5 MATERIALTO PORTLAND STONE IS THE BASIS OF THE PRESENT DAY NAME OF PORTLAND CEMENT HE FIRST KNOWN CONCRETE ROAD BUILT IN THE » ' U.s. was around PUBLIC SQUARE OF BELIEFONTAINE . OH 10 IN 1892 AND 1893. IT IS STILL IN USE. THE FIRSTCOMPLETE MILE OF CONCRETE HIGHWAY WAS ON WOODWARD AVE. BETWEEN THE SIX AND 9EVEN MILL ROADS, DETROIT,MICH. IN BLUE RIDGE DUNBRIK CO. Waynesboro, Virginia Box 280 Phone 942-8386 DUNBRIK Gracious Living - Brick by - DUNBRIK Reservoirs and Septic Tanks Re-enforced, Vibrated, Steam Cured With Galvanized Handles for Long Life Septic Tank Cleaning Service Most Modern Equipment BLUE RIDGE DUNBRIK COMPANY Waynesboro, Virginia Phone WHitehall 2-8386 P O. Box 280 WHitehall 942-8386 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 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 Compliments of the WAYNESBORO RETAIL JEWELERS HODGES JEWELRY STORE M. R. JEWELERS MILLERS JEWELERS THE JEWEL BOX Waynesboro, Virginia Home of EARLY DAWN COOPERATIVE DAIRY, INC. East Main Street, Waynesboro, Va. Dial WH 2-8137 Producers and Distributors of Grade A Dairy Products Owned and Controlled by the Farmer. Compliments of Citizens Waynesboro Office THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF CHARLOTTESVILLE J. J. NEWBERRY CO. Waynesboro, Va. 68-228 Member Federal Reserve System Variety - Department Store Your One Stop Shopping Center and F. D. I. C. " There Is No Substitute for Savings " 1 Waynesboro, Virginia We Pay 3% ! Waynesboro, Virginia i The Latest in Hair Styles The Newest in Techniques FREED CO., INC. BEAUTY NOOK 53 1 Main St. Waynesboro, Virginia Your G. E. and Goodyear Dealer The Finest in Beauty Care for the Discriminating Woman Waynesboro, Virginia E. Main St. Phone 28323 PEOPLE’S PHARMACY HYMAN’S 1544 W. Main St. where economy rules Phone WH 2-1137 411 West Main Street Open Until 10:00 P. M. Phone WH 3 -4526 Waynesboro, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia HAVEN BROTHERS Custom Archery Shop Antique Guns WOODY’S SPORT SHOP General Auto Repairing Waynesboro, Va. - Phone 2-8427 319 W. Main St. Phone GL 6-2641 C. J. " WOODY " WOODS Owner Afton, Virginia Hunting and Fishing Equipment nationwide JZcjozn zd. P OzcUj dL to CJisve, y n -fife, DJcjhz t 3 jUc D tayriesb tty, l i tcjc rio x Stores j oxyd conxLSe tw c£ NATIONWIDE FARRAR ' S RIVERSIDE MARKET Groceries - Meats - Vegetables General Merchandise - Feed Fertilizer Esso Gas and Oil Sherwin-Williams Paints " We give family stamps " O. F. FARRAR - GL 6-2328 Rt. 2, Afton, Va. JARRELLE’S SHOE STORE 325 West Main St. Waynesboro, Virginia Waynesboro ' s Only Complete Family Shoe Store Congratulations, Seniors THE MAN’S SHOP 510 Main St. - WH 2-8292 Waynesboro, Virginia Dependable Service Since 1910 HAMILTON-COOK HARDWARE CO. , INC. Paint - Appliances - Hardware Household and Farm Supplies 145 N. Wayne Avenue Waynesboro, Va. Phone WH 2-8251 Compliments of WAYNESBORO NURSERIES Virginia ' s Largest Growers of Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, and Ornamental Plant Material Waynesboro, Virginia INC. 327 West Main Street Waynesboro, Virginia Distinctive Women ' s Apparel GARST’S, INC. Office, School and Hobby Supplies 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 FISHBURNE’S DRUG STORE " Your Drug Store Since 1878 " Waynesboro, Virginia Compliments of BLUE RIDGE GROCERY CO., INC. Waynesboro, Virginia THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Waynesboro, Virginia Interest Paid on Savings Accounts Member of FDIC and Federal Reserve System Main Office - Main Street and Wayne Avenue Drive-In Branch - 1415 West Main Street Compliments of WAYNESBORO FURNITURE STORES AUGUSTA FURNITURE COMPANY BARKSDALE FURNITURE CORPORATION VALLEY FURNITURE COMPANY McCOY ' S FURNITURE COMPANY 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 ROSE’S Route 250 East Stanton Dial 2-5671 VALUE VARIETY Plate Lunches Complete Line of Salads - Breakfasts Quality Dairy Products School Supplies 6:30 A. M. - 12:30 A. M. Attractive Discounts Service Curb Service 5:00 - 12:00 to Schools on Anything We Sell " For All the News - When It Is News " THE NEWS-VIRGINIAN Dial 2-8215 Waynesboro, Virginia For Better Books Look for LYNDHAVEN FLORIST LANE’S BARBER SHOP 321 West Main Street Downstairs Waynesboro, Va. 122 1 2 South Wayne Avenue Phone WHitehall 3-8556 Waynesboro, Virginia WAYNESBORO Compliments of SHOECENTER, INC. THEATER CORP. 313 E. Main Street WAYNE AND CAVALIER THEATERS Charlottesville, Virginia and WILL WHITE SHOE COMPANY Waynesboro, Virginia INC. 1101 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia S. L. THOMAS GILMORE OPTICIAN HAMM SNYDER INCORPORATED 105 North First Street Furniture for the Home and Office Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia PREDDY’S STOP SHOP FUNERAL HOME SUPER MARKETS Superior Ambulance Service 500 East Main Street Dial 2-7 546 1017 West Main Street 600 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Free Parking Compliments of CHAS. KING SON WHOLESALE GROCERS Charlottesville, Virginia Dial 2-9144 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 THE DAILY PROGRESS H. M. GLEASON CO., INC. Over One-Half Century of Charlottesville, Virginia Public Service International Farm Machinery Delivered in Nelson County Television and Appliances Each Afternoon by Carrier Feed, Seed, Fertilizer and Motor Route International Trucks cmd to tno c etaM 0f 1962 The Monticello Dairy JEFFERSON PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE Operating Jefferson School of Commerce, Richmond Automation Institute and the 10-State Jefferson Extension System Business, Pre-Engineering, and Collegiate Courses Z15 E. High St. Charlottesville, Virginia Extension Branches Throughout Middle Atlantic Area CHARLOTTESVILLE LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Since 1893 Lumber - Building Material - Paint Hardware - Power Tools Wall Board - Johns-Manville Roofing Dial - 25135 Charlottesville, Virginia THE BANKS OF CHARLOTTESVILLE The Peoples National Bank National Bank and Trust Company Citizens Bank and Trust Company Compliments of Eastern Regional Office STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Charlottesville,. Virginia 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 DOWNTOWN ATHLETIC STORE 413 E. Main Street Charlottesville, Va. Dial 2-2810 Distributors for Rawlings; Spalding; Spot-Bilt; Riddell; Baseball; Football; Basketball Equipment C. D. JOHNSON CO. CITY LAUNDRY GENERAL MERCHANDISE DRY CLEANERS Covesville, Virginia Just Dial 29-13 6 Dial Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville 3-1159 Grady Ave . at 10th St. N. W . Compliments of BOTTLED GAS CORPORATION of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia DUNSMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE 912 W. Beverly Street Since 1872 122 South Main St. Staunton, Virginia Harrisonburg, Virginia Phone TU 6-9301 Phone 434-8474 A Complete Business Education Approved by National Council of Business Schools and State Board cf Education for Veteran Training Diploma Courses, Secretarial, Stenographic, Junior and Higher Accounting Courses, and IBM Key-Punch CHARLOTTESVILLE AUTO AND TRUCK DEALERS VANCE BUICK, INC. 900 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Buick-Buick Special-Opel MacGREGOR MOTORS, INC. 416 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Lincoln-Mercury - C ontinental Comet-English Fords- Bor gward WILHOIT MOTORS 404 East Market Street Charlottesville, Virginia Dodge-Dodge Dart-Lancer Fiat-Simca-Dodge Trucks R. M. DAVIS MOTORS, INC. 1311 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia DeSoto- Plymouth - Valiant COGGINS MOTOR CO. , INC. 330 Preston Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Chrysler - Plymouth-Imp e rial Studebaker Cars and Trucks Mercedes - Benz-Valiant CHARLOTTESVILLE MOTORS 856 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Ford-Falcon- Thunderbird- Ford Trucks BRADLEY PEYTON III 858 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Pontiac - Pontiac Tempest- Cad iliac - Vauxhall DOMINICK CHEVROLET CORP. 1st and Water Streets Charlottesville, Virginia Chevrolet -Corvair-Corvette H. M. GLEASON AND CO. , INC. 1st and Garrett Streets Charlottesville, Virginia International Trucks and Farmall Equipment WRIGHT WRECKING YARD 1320 East Market Street Charlottesville, Virginia Diamond T Trucks Allis - Chalmers Farm Equip¬ ment HARPER MOTORS, INC. Preston Avenue at Ninth Street Charlottesville, Virginia Authorized Dealer for V olkswagen RUSSELL MOONEY OLDS SALES AND SERVICE 315 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Oldsmobile-G. M. C. Trucks- Oldsmobile F85 CHARLOTTESVILLE OFFICE MACHINE CO. Authorized Underwood Agency - Sales and Service 919 West Main Street P. O. Box 348 Dial 2-7419 Charlottesville, Virginia THE YOUNG MEN’S SHOP Quality Men ' s Wear Charlottesville, Virginia cJddadies an d (Children s d lpparel -« (S ome {dpi ' urnislu ings Charlottesville, Virginia 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 M. C. HILL FUNERAL HOME 222 Jefferson Park Ave. Charlottesville, Va. Across the Street From the University Hospital Phone 295-5444 Ambulance Service at All Hours Unexcelled Service Within the Means of All NATIONAL BUS SYSTEM WILLIAM T. MANN TOUR DIRECTOR VIRGINIA TRAILWAYS Telephone 2-9181 CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA. 114 FOURTH ST.. S. E. Hardware All Kinds CHARLOTTESVILLE HARDWARE Charlottesville, Virginia HUFFMAN JOHNSON SEMINOLE SERVICE STATION U. S. Rt. 29 and 6 Faber, Va. J. G. ROBERTS, Prop. On U. S. Route 29 Call CO 3-2501 Phone COngress 3-8962 Faber, Virginia fffiVBODy us ?£t S TO Vnn 1400-AM WINA 1000 WATTS 95. 3-FM C. H. WILLIAMS, INC. Serving Central and Northern Virginia Charlottesville ' s Leading Dept. Store Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of COLEMAN’S HILLSIDE GARDENS JEFFERSON SHOP North Garden, Va. Charlottesville - Gordonsville Headquarters for Perennials, Annuals, and Louisa - Scottsville Orchid Corsages Route 29 Visitors Welcome Compliments of UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE " Supplies for Collegians for Over a Century. " MOWEN Prescription Opticians 112 4th Street, N. E. Telephone 6-6535 Charlottesville, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted DR. J. T. GREENE Brown s - (jfts OPTOMETRIST in Historic Virginia 211 West Main Street (Charlottesville ‘Williamsburg Charlottesville, Virginia Hours: 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. Sat. 9 A.M. - 2 P.M. Telephone 3-2459 UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA RAY FISHER’S, INC. Opposite University of Virginia Grounds Appliance s Charlottesville, Virginia Free Parking 323 W. Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Stop and Shop at EARL’S AMOCO SERVICE U.S. Route 29, South SHADY’S PLACE Faber, Virginia • Loving ston, Virginia CO 3-2087 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 THACKER BROTHERS LEE’S RESTAURANT FUNERAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service Fine Food and Refreshments Phone 2791 H. M. LUMPKIN, JR. ! Scottsville, Virginia Scottsville, Va. Tel. 3311 JAMES RIVER MARKET TRAVELER’S REST HOTEL Clover Farm Store Be at Home Away From Home Scottsville, Virginia VIRGINIA M. LUMPKIN Scottsville 2491 Scottsville, Va. Tel. 3597 THE HUB, INC. W. H. THACKER We Clothe the Family General Merchandise Phone Schuyler 301 Scottsville, Virginia Schuyler, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE CLARK’S GULF Phone 2501 Schuyler, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia Manufacturers of High Quality Tire Scottsville, Virginia F abr ic BRUCE’S DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store Telephone 3 881 Scottsville, Virginia W. F. PAULETT W. F. PAULETT r SON F. E. PAULETT 1870-1940 Building Materials Sole Owner Planing Mill and Cement Lime, Brick Woodworking Shop and Hardware and Plaster Rough and Dressed Roofing Lumber, Plywood Carpenter Tools Moldings House Hardware Windows and Doors Scottsville Venetian Blinds Frames Made to Order Paints and Oils Screens Sewer Pipe Sheetrock Virginia Asbestos Sidings Rockwool Insulation Culvert Pipe " 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 EDWIN M. MOORE Piney River Call Collect - No Toll Charge Virginia Phone CR 7-4141 PINEY RIVER FLORIST MRS. M. J. PARR, Manager FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Nights, Sundays, Holidays CR 7-5Z39 PAYNE’S GARAGE Compliments of GMC Trucks Gulf Gas and Tires MRS. R. A. MAHONE Goodrich Tires Wrecker Service GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone CR 7-5245 Phone 2455 Piney River, Virginia Massies Mill, Virginia ARRINGTON COLD STORAGE COOPERATIVE, INC. " There Is Always a Leader " Main Office: Shipman, Virginia - Dial CO 3-3241 Plant: Arrington, Virginia - Dial CO 3-2271 Compliments of HIGGS AND YOUNG INC. Massies Mill, Virginia Compliments of Compliments of H. M. HILBISH GROCERY LEA BROTHERS GROCERY Piney River Phone CR 7-5235 Massies Mill, Virginia Compliments of THE VIRGINIA BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY Piney River, Virginia GEO. F. HILBISH GENERAL MERCHANDISE Fresh Meats, Produce Flour Feed and Hay Phone CR 7-5269 Piney River, 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 CR 7-5376 and CR 7-8581 Roseland, Va. PINEY RIVER Compliments of MOTOR SALES H. T. CAMPBELL Phone CR 7-5221 GENERAL MERCHANDISE Owner CR 7-5202 W. DALE HARVEY Used Cars and Trucks Piney River, Virginia Piney River, Virginia THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NELSON COUNTY Lovingston, Virginia " The Bank for the People of Nelson County " Member of the American Bankers Association 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 LOVINGSTON MOTOR SALES, INC. Main Street Telephone CO 3-3402 Lovingston, Virginia For All Your Insurance Call JAMES A. WOOD INSURANCE ADVISOR Virginia Farm Bure au Mutual Insurance Company- Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company- Phone: Office C27-5266 Compliments of NELSON COUNTY FARM BUREAU Home CO 3-4371 THE CENTRAL VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Lovingston, Virginia Organized in Nelson County in 1937 by its owners, the farmers who pledged their membership to secure the blessings of modern, dependable electric 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 Louisa counties. The owners of this modern electric distribution systemare its consumers, a portion of whose electric bill retires its debt. Before another twenty years ex¬ pire, it will have retired its debt while continuing its vital service - still at the old 1937 rates. We salute the 1961-62 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 SHEFFIELD FUNERAL HOME Phone CO 3-3161 Ambulance Service Lovingston, Virginia J. G. HEATH Real Estate Nationwide Insurance T elephones CO 3-5111 - CO 3-5166 Lovingston, Virginia LOVING BROTHERS GROCERY LOVINGSTON ESSO SERVICE JULIAN L. STEVENS, Operator Our Customers, Like Our Fine The Service Station Where You Really Get Service Foods, Are Treated With LOVING Care. Phone CO 3-4411 Come See " Little Richard " Lovingston, Virginia Lovingston, Virginia PONTON’S SNACK BAR Breyer ' s Ice Cream Good Sandwiches - Coffee - Groceries Lovingston, Virginia H. A. PONTON BUILDING SUPPLY Heating by Thermo Products Serving All of Nelson County and Area Telephone CO 3-3591 Lovingston, Virginia PONTON’S COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY Lovingston Virginia NELSON THEATRE J. h. McClellan Lovingston, Virginia Compliments of KILMARTIN’S PHARMACY Lovingston, Virginia For Your Home Needs RUCKER-PAYNE SUPPLY CO. and CHARLOTTE SHOPPE Lovingston, Virginia Phone CO 3-3211 Since 1927 LOVINGSTON HOTEL RESTAURANT Route 29 Dial CO 3-2371 Rooms " We Serve the Queens " Are We Boosters for N.C.H.S. - Five Graduates - Our Family- Record Lovingston, Virginia HARRIS’S GULF SERVICE Gulf Service and Fuel Oil Phone CO 3-8811 Lovingston, Virginia S H Green Stamps FLOYD’S MARKET Telephone CO 3-3151 Lovingston, Virginia C ongratulations to the Class of 1962 M. C. FLOYD SONS GENERAL ELECTRIC Your New Home of Household Electric Appliances GENERAL ELECT RIC Read the NELSON COUNTY TIMES Every Week GRAVELY POWER EQUIPMENT for Lawn - Garden - Field WRIGHT AND WILLIAMS GRAVELY TRACTOR STUDIO SALES SERVICES Hwy. 29 and Wright Shop Rd. Box 6 Madison Heights, Va. HENRY GOUYER, JR. Phone VI 6-0003 Rt. 29 North " Art for Industry " Phone VI 5-0733 DODWOOD ESSO TILMAN’S DEPARTMENT STORE Amherst, Virginia Charlottesville ' s Shopping Center for 56 Years. Rt. 29 and 151 Charlottesville, Virginia F. R. MOON COMPANY Established 1908 Shipman, Va. Warminster, Va. CO 3-5 155 CO 3-8073 See Us for All Your Needs We Sell Everything Agents for the Northern Neck Mutual Fire Association of Virginia Member of the Nelson County Chamber of Commerce NELSON Phone CO 3-2511 MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Lovingston, Virginia Compliments of K. M. BAKER, JR. HEAVY CONTRACT HAULING " We Go Anywhere Anytime " Lovingston, Virginia Phone 3-4131 ROCKFISH MOUNTAIN ORCHARDS Fancy Mountain Apples Afton, Virginia Phone Greenwood Exchange GLenview 6-2005 NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO. at Charlottesville Scottsville Branch Complete Banking Service Scottsville, Virginia Compliments of S. W. BARNES, INC. Crozet Phone 2331 Virginia 3011 R. V. SMALL Compliments of GROCERY ROBERT GOAD Nellysford, Virginia Eovingston, Virginia CAMPBELL’S AMOCO SERVICE Rt. 29 Lovingston, Virginia M. E. MASSIE Compliments of Westinghouse and MR. AND MRS. G. H. DELK Philco Electrical Appliances Tyro Shipman Lovingston, Va. THAXTON’S GARAGE FRANK’S GROCERY Piney River, Virginia General Auto Repairing and Contract Hauling Shipman, Virginia Phone CO 3-5144 Day Phone Night Phone CR 7-5023 CR 7-5563 " Store of Values " FUEL OIL (AMERICAN . Metered Delivery . Keep Fill Service . Diesel Fuel . Gasoline . Lube Oils . Grease " The Oil That Really Burns Clean " W. LYNN HARVEY, Distributor Call CO 3-2392 AMERICAN OIL CO. Arrington, Va. Steaks - Chops - Seafood TURNER’S GROCERY Sandwiches You Can Always Get A Good Route 29 Arrington, Va. Meal at NONNIE ' S PLACE Phone - CO 3-2832 Our Specialties Country Ham - Fried Chicken Free Delivery 7 Miles South of Lovingston On New Route U.S. 29 Compliments of CLARKSON DOGWOOD INN ESSO STATION Tires - Batteries Nelson County ' s Most Accessories Modern Restaurant Route 29 - at Colleen Colleen, Virginia ALLEN’S FARRAR AND COMPANY SERVICE STATION General Merchandise Gas - Oil - Groceries Fresh Meats Coal, Fertilizer, Radios, and TV Phone 3-8053 Phone CO 3-2791 Colleen, Virginia Arrington, Virginia SAUNDER’S FORD, INC. Lovingston, Virginia Personal and Business Patronships DR. J. H. GAMBLE DR. G. R. CRISWELL MR. ROBERT MARSHALL C. A. PATTESON CO. General Merchandise Fresh Meats, Feeds Gas and Oil Telephone CR 7-5311 Roseland, Virginia THE AFTON STORE SCHUYLER RESTAURANT GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dial GReenwood 3021 R. C. WALSH, Prop. Alton, Virginia Schuyler, Virginia $Jewiie (9nc. COMPANY . . BAILEY-MORRIS FUEL COMPANY Lovingston Es so Service Virginia AMHERST BRANCH THE LYNCHBURG NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO. Amherst, Virginia " THE FULL SERVICE BANK IN YOUR COMMUNITY " Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ADAMS MOTOR CO. LYNCHBURG ' S EXCLUSIVE IMPERIAL - CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH VALIANT AND GOOD USED CARS Dealer for 1962 Follow the crowd and save money. Do business where business is being done. 811 - 813 - 815 Fifth Street Lynchburg, Virginia VI 5-3456 JAMES T. DAVIS, INC. The Place to Buy- Paint and Wallpaper 1225 Main St. Lynchburg, Va. For Complete Eye Care Consult Your Eye Physician Then See Your GUILD OPTICIAN A. G. JEFFERSON Ground Floor Allied Arts Building Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of f METERED I Meatam BARKER-JENNINGS BOTTLED GASyl CORP. 109 Thirteenth St. Wholesale Only Telephone VI 6-6549 Lynchburg Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia REAMS FURNITURE COMPANY Since 1886 Furniture and House COLEMAN’S Furnishings " Let Us Make Your House Fine Footwear a Home " 620-924 Main St. Lynchburg, Va. Lynchburg, Va. OUR £v i-P ieAe tt CHALLENGE The prosperity and individual free¬ doms we enjoy today are hard-earned gifts from our forefathers and must never be taken for granted. Each new generation must stand on its own feet and preserve these freedoms. The freedoms we enjoy through the American Way have a high price and must be earned over and over. W. Somerset Maughan expresses it this way: “If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money that it values more, it will lose that, too.” —-o S-T-R-E-T-C-H your dollar$ Enjoy Leisure Shopping- at Your Friendly Department Stores Two Stores in Each City Near You Charlottesville -- Lynchburg -- Waynesboro Save - and Make It a Habit! LYNCHBURG FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Main Office 615 Church St. Miller Park Branch 1990 Fort Ave . Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of J. W. WOOD WHOLESALE GROCER, INC. Central Virginia School Food Service Tel. VI 7-5558 Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of HOWARD S. MYERS Trading as MYERS TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY your Mas s ey-Fergus on dealer 105 Twelfth St. Lynchburg, Virginia Jlilk VIRGINIA’S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORES Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of PATTERSON DRUG CO. Madison Heights, Virginia WEBB-WHITAKER COMPANY Men ' s and Young Men ' s Clothing 909 Main Street Lynchburg, Va, LYNN K. BRYANT, SR. Phone VI 7-7181 Time out for refreshment BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY LYNCHBURG COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY R. T. BURKS TASTEE FREEZE AND AMHERST GULF SERVICE CENTER D. H. PRICE Phone 4831 U. S. 29 and 60 Amherst, Virginia 24-Hr. Service KOHLER FIXTURES Bradford Water Heaters Rapidayton Water Pumps LYNCHBURG PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Plumbers 1217 Commerce St. Lynchburg, Virginia 922 Main Street Lynchburg, Va. Compliments of AMHERST PHARMACY Compliments of SAM P. MASSIE INSURANCE AGENCY BEN FRANKLIN STORE Repres enting: NATIONWIDE INSURANCE CO. Amherst, Virginia Auto - Life - Fire Mutual Funds Dial WH 6-3791 Amherst, Va. JOHN P. HUGHES Compliments of MOTOR CO., INC. HUGHES DRY CLEANING CORPORATION Dodge - Simca - Triumph - White 1601 Park Avenue Dial Victor 7-7756 Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg Virginia VIRGINIA LAUNDRY MARVIN MOSELEY CRUTCHFIELD ' S CLEANERS PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR Lynchburg, Virginia Dial VI 5-4Z51 Lynchburg, Virginia BROWN-MORRISON COMPANY INCORPORATED Portable Typewriters and Office Machine Headquarters in the Lynchburg Area Everything for Your Office at the Businessman ' s Department Store 1616 Main Street at the Expressway Lynchburg, Virginia HILL HARDWARE CORP. Hardware - Furniture - Building Materials Hotpoint Electric Appliances Amherst, Virginia Phone WH 6-2411 WAILES STOP-IN SHOP ROBERT BETHEL JEWELER Ladies ' Sportswear Manhattan Menswear Watch and Clock Repairing Shoes for All the Family TRAILWAY AGENT Phone WH 6-2267 Amherst, Va. Amherst, Virginia AMHERST MOTORS 24 Years Amherst Ford Dealer Go to GORDON’S DRIVE-IN Amherst, Virginia Rts. 2 9 and 15 1 Curb Service WH 6- ■ 6584 For Good Food or Just to Meet Your Friends. WATTS INSURANCE AGENCY Best Wishes for Success GARY JENNINGS, Agent " Quality Insurance in Old Line Stock Companies " “SEMINOLE RESTAURANT” Amherst, Virginia Tel. WH 6-3731 or WH 6-6137 Amherst, Virginia j HOWELL’S SUPER MARKET MAYS FARMERS’ SERVICE COMPANY, INC. Fresh Meats and Groceries Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Amherst, Virginia Phone WH 6-4811 Amherst, Va. Phone WH 6-2031 S. O. FISHER, INC. Sporting and Athletic Supplies Educational Toys and Games 1024 Main St. Lynchburg, Virginia Pittman Plaza Compliments of BURKEVILLE VENEER COMPANY, INC. Burkeville, Virginia Amherst, Virginia LAWRENCE TRUCK SALES, INC. International Trucks Sales and Services P. O. Box 1279 Dial VI 6-5231 Lynchburg, Virginia SULLIVAN’S GROCERY Amoco Station Groceries Phone No. 2634395 Route 29 YOUR BEST BUY Is The News and The Daily Advance For a few cents daily you too can have delivered to your doorstep editions which are designed to entertain and keep you well-informed. THE NEWS - Published by The Lynchburg News, Inc. THE DAILY ADVANCE - Published by The Lynchburg Daily Advance, Inc. THE NEWS THE DAILY ADVANCE Lynchburg, Virginia Compliments of SCHEWEL FURNITURE COMPANY 1025-1029 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Grow With Lynchburg After High School Attend PHILLIPS BUSINESS COLLEGE Lynchburg, Virginia Phone VI7-7701 ROBERTS PIANO COMPANY Everything Musical Band Instruments Sheet Music and Band Accessories Be Sure to Visit the New SNYDER AND BERMAN Charlottesville, Lynchburg 916-918 Main St. and Staunton, Virginia Lynchburg, Va. PHILLIPS BROTHERS. INC. Visit Our Jewelry Compliments of Sporting Goods and Music Departments Class Rings CRADDOCK TERRY SHOE CORPORATION 906 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia W. A. WATSON SONS AMERICAN HEALTH INSURANCE CORP. REGIONAL MANAGERS Hospitalization, Income Payments and Life Insurance Special Teacher Plan 106 N. Main Street (Across From the Post Office) Farmville, Virginia Telephone: EXport 2-4177 OF THE SOUTH Shelbyville, Tennessee DANIEL C. GAINEY Chairman of the Board Announcements Engraved Cards Fine Class Jewelry Medals Caps and Gowns RAYMOND PAGE Virginia Vinton WHITESEL MUSIC " Where Everything Is Music and Music Is Everything " 102 E. Market St. Harrisonburg, Virginia Phone 434-9374 HERFF JONES COMPANY Manufacturers of Nelson County High School Class Rings Virginia Representative JAMES L. DECK P. O. Box 4735 Richmond 29, Virginia Compliments of PLYMOUTH OIL COMPANY Arrington, Virginia Dial CO 3-5136 or CO 3-5011 JAMES S. LAMBERT GENERAL MERCHANDISE Faber, Virginia Compliments of AMHERST TIRE REBUILDERS Amherst, Virginia Compliments of HARVEY’S CASH STORE THACKER FARM REPAIR Arrington, Virginia Dial 263-2207 Fresh Meats Groceries F eeds Gas and Oil Dial CR 7-5681 Roseland, Virginia Jill rngm IpIMi |«| ffeSlilSli ' mm;:- ' ■ ■ sgMnlSiMH 8Hil»aEB|raS te PPM 1 mSm mm i®li

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