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

 - Class of 1963

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Joren ( r " An e—n. t 1, d £ of learning- to explanation defin ition may b P fiv e-day-a- or observation. aside from bemg stude nt some people realise that e ldmtaistiati° a °“f eadeIshi p an d Little do institution of ait. oc t display t knowledge . to bit is also an wh0 head our schoo stu dents the ' « e ate aU a Teachet who does a S°° d y easily be consider an only ... •• " • ' s. ' ; ' " “ ...” ... sr sssss ;-;,r ri»—- ihool activities, g considetat ion ptepat fo mastering the art of Uv»8- ato ttog by every word ‘ n outlives as pictntesihnt P ffig h School as a Therefore. i f duce masterpieces) and Nelson. »■ anh-d yon to loop through yon institution of art, FACULTY 11-17 q) e OJ 2, p.Q oV ° Jic“ (joC .Ae-P class ' ., e ’ ..Vy t 0 , V „ r e - .VF eP 0 S ' A ' -A ! 0 vl + " ' . 6- ■ V " e ., i vc c ' Z S V ' o " 6 V ' °V ' o «» ? N« v ps9 e° V O o " e x ,;n A$ d e tf otV V °o e ° s$ o V d G ' nJ A ,o ,$ v -«0 . ° He is the greatest artist who has embodied in the sum of his works, the greatest number of the great est ideas. MR. GRAHAM HEATH Chairman of Nelson County School Board I i ■ MR. J. B. M. GARTER Superintendent .nd and • T ;no - of an WP deve lop to the sen d out individua i dero ands » $ia we, » ' e 0 f the ttm es d (u , inotaW (0 1 nda- Tde " at “lo ate fW» cad n d vtto wve student v cttwens; t w0tl56 «. f° imed te sVdUed and e ' futf i» ed ti0nt count, H« taduattn S its owtsatsod VeaI ' . n s to the c U» oi « 63 - MV congtatudauo 6 MRS. REEFA McGUFFIN General Supervisor MR. RICHARD MOON Visiting Teacher ese e ns Mrs. French Boone (left) and Mrs. June Dale Harris (right) are working on the payroll, one of the many duties they assume as secretaries to the School Board. 7 MR. J. W. HARV1LLE Principal 8 Dan Gusmerotti, assistant principal of Nelson County High School, is an answer to prayer in the field of adminis¬ tration. If he ever has an idle moment no one has discovered that fact. Yet he is never too busy to listen to any problem, large or small. This he does with such grace and dignity that everyone who consults him goes away with renewed enthusiasm. front ice Mrs. White, our efficient secretary, is the one we see when we come in on a late bus, want pencils or paper, are late to class, want to sign up a date for the dance, want the mas ter key, and a thousand and one other things. In other words, she is an important person in our life. 9 VCmMc No one has kept a record of the num¬ ber of times students request the mas¬ ter locker key daily, but it is general¬ ly agreed that Joe Marks holds the record. Mrs. Poindexter and Mrs. Reed pick up the mail, re¬ port cards, library notices of overdue books, and all those interesting looking things that appear in teachers ' mail¬ boxes 10 Jami iar Scenes Cftrouncf Scnoof Our very able maintenance man, Mr. Murrell Morris, is " Mr. Fix-it. " When the furnace does not behave, when light switches will not work, when anything goes wrong we send for him. This is a familiar scene, es¬ pecially at examination time. Mrs. Parr and Mrs. Gardner are making copies of their examinations. The whole art of teaching is only the art of awak¬ ening the natural curiosity of yt ung minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards. - Anatole France. MISS JANET ALLEN Librarian MR. CARLTON T. CLARKE Vocational Agriculture MR. MAX CLAYTON Physical Education English MRS. LILLIAN COLEMAN Guidance Geography MRS. DANNA R. COOK Plane and Solid Geometry Trigonometry Gen. Math 7 ie 7lrt 12 MRS. LOUISE O. CREWS Latin Government MR. STEPHEN DAVIS World History American History MRS. MARION FARMER Science Biology MRS. MADELINE GARDNER History MR. T. DAN GUSMEROTTI Assistant Principal Math of fJeacning 13 MRS. PAULINE B. HARVEY General Business Typewriting Shorthand MRS. FONDA HAWLEY Home Economics Science MISS IRENE HUGHES English MR. J. SHERMAN LEAGUE Physical Education Geography MRS. CATHERINE G. LINCOLN General Business Record Keeping Bookkeeping 14 y ie CTlrt MRS. DOROTHY B. LOVING Science Chemistry MR. WILLIAM MOXLEY Math Physics MISS JEAN MUIR Physical Education MRS. NANCY T. PARR Home Economics MRS. LUCY S. POINDEXTER English Guidance 15 MR. C. M. PRICE Science Physical Education MR. E. H. PUCKETT Vocational Agriculture MRS. ROSE MARIE REED English MRS. FAYE P. RUTHERFORD English TJhe I 16 MR. ROBERT G. SANGER Band Choral MRS. CAROLINE TUCKER Spanish French MISS LAURA R. TURNER Algebra MRS. CATHERINE H. WHITEHEAD Government Guidance MR. EMORY WOOD Science Chemistry 17 Mrs. Coleman is busy looking over the results of the SCAT and STEP T ests. The services of the Guidance Department have been en¬ larged by increasing to four class periods the time allot¬ ted to Mrs. Catherine Whitehead for counseling and re¬ lated guidance activities and the addition of a third teacher-counselor, Mrs. Lucy Poindexter, who works with eighth graders. New display racks containing educational and vocational information, which all students are invited to use, have been placed in the department. Filing is an endless task for Mrs. Whitehead. GUIDANCE COMMITTEE Mr. Gusmerotti, Mrs. Hawley, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Whitehead, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Poindexter, Miss Muir, Mr. Moxley, Mr. Clarke 18 Mrs. Harvey acts as cashier. MRS. REBECCA HARVEY Manager Mrs. Harvey ' s job is a busy one. Besides preparing nutritious, well-balanced meals for the students of NCHS, she takes care of the cafeteria finances. areteria Miss Mawyer, Mrs. Ritenour, and Mrs. White assist Mrs. Harvey in the preparation of our meals. 19 ' , PRESTON FOSTER MILDRED FOSTER HARRY FOSTER Our Custodians All of us are justly proud of our fine, clean school. Visitors often admire our well-kept halls, rooms, and other facilities. Of course, we all work to keep it so, but most of the credit goes to our custodians. We see them every day as they go about their task cheerfully, courteously, and efficiently, and during the summer while most of us are vacationing, they are busy seeing that the building is in the same apple- pie order it was eight years ago. 20 May blessings be upon the head of Cadmus, or Phoenicians, or whoever invented books! . . An art titat carries the voice of man to the ex- iremities of earth, and to the latest ' .generation. ■nas Carlyle President - Sec. -Treas. SALLY SAUNDERS - BETTY HARRIS Reporter- Vice-President THOMAS CAMPBELL -JUDY HUGHES enior Gfa ass veers Art and knowledge bring bread and honor. - Danish proverb 22 MRS. ROBERTS MRS. WHITEHEAD MR. WOOD Senior Sponsors 114 Seniors got off to a good start under the guidance of the Senior Sponsors. We ordered our diplomas and were measured for caps and gowns. We had reached the Zenith until the first report period ended anyway. im PSJSj ■jj 1 " " 1 fflxH • Stand on tiptoe to allow for heels. Not you, Marvin; only the girls. 23 EVA ADAMS There is no beautifier of complexion like the wish to scatter joy around us. FAYE ADAMS To be great is to be understood. NANCY ADAMS In her tongue is the law of kindness. MARY ALLEN As good as gold. STEVIE ASHLEY There’s light enough for what I ' ve got to do. PAUL BLEVINS A lion among ladies is the most dreadful thing. GROVER BOWLING A fellow we ' re glad to have met for he ' s a fellow we won ' t forget. EDDIE BOYD Where there’s a girl, there ' s me. FREDDIE BRENT Every man has his price. I will bribe left and right. ALICE E. BRYANT A rare combination of beauty and intellect. ANN BRYANT Good nature and good sense are good companions. JAMES BRYANT It takes a wise man to discover a wise man. MARY FRANCES BRYANT For her heart was in her work. NANCY BRYANT I shall laugh myself to death. BARBARA BULLUCK She smiled and the shadows departed. BEATRICE CAMPBELL Love and a cough cannot be hid. 1963 Senior English is an education in itself. 25 O.tie Glass KATHY CAMPBELL A girl that is cheerful and kind. LOUISE CAMPBELL Never say more than is necessary. MAYNARD CAMPBELL He will sit down now but time will come when they will hear him. THOMAS CAMPBELL All passes aren ' t made on the foot¬ ball field. 1963 Was there ever so much to be learned in so short a time? VIRGINIA CAMPBELL She has a sweetness all her own. BRUCE CASH Give me a million girls - one at a time. LINDA CANDLER I ' ll make a commotion in any place. CECIL COLLINS Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow. BARRY COOK A man of few words and much work. RONAL CRITZER Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. If work doesn ' t kill me, then school must. DORIS DEMASTUS Love me not little and love me long. DOUGLAS DRUMHELLER A mighty football machine with bulldozer personality. JANET DRUMHELLER Well done is better than well said. WAYNE DRUMHELLER He thought it happier to be dead. To die for Beauty, than live for Bread. GRADY DUNCAN A man of wisdom with an eye for the future. SHARON DUNCAN Love, quietness and goodness, in her person shine. 26 DAVID EMBREY The lion is not so fierce as they paint him. WALTER EVANS The world knows nothing of its great¬ est men. JOAN FALLS Take a pair of sparkling eyes. JUDY FERGUSON Hitch your wagon to a star. 1963 MAXINE FERGUSON A woman ' s guess is more accurate than a man ' s certainty. ELMA FITZGERALD The best is yet to come. MARY FLYTHE The only gift is a portion of thyself. WILLIAM FORTUNE Push on - keep moving. RANDOLPH GLASS A modest man never talks of himself. BRENDA GLEASON Soft brown eyes and dancing feet, an able girl and oh, so neat. CARMEL GOODWIN His bark is worse than his bite. AUDREY GORMES For she was just the quiet kind whose nature never varies. HILDA GORMES As sure as a pearl and as perfect; a noble and innocent girl. BETTY HARRIS The kind of girl you look at twice. SARAH HATTER A merry heart that laughs at care. SUSIE HENDERSON She was all gentleness and tender heart. Graduation began to seem a reality. 29 mm U£e Gfass W. J. HILL I want what I want when I want it. BARBARA HUGHES As merry as the day is long. JUDY HUGHES She is pretty to walk with and witty to talk with. LUCIAN HUGHES The mirror of all courtesy. 1963 The business world comes closer! ALICE HUDSON The faithful are certain of their re¬ ward. JUDY JOHNSON All things are in common among friends. SHIRLEY JOHNSON The world belongs to the enthusiast who keeps cool. DONNIE KIDD All mankind loves a lover. SHARON KIDD This busy world and I shall ne ' er agree. JEAN LAWHORNE The faithful are certain of their re¬ ward. BECKY LUNSFORD Smiles in her eyes. billy McCartney Worry little, study less is my idea of happiness. BARBARA McFADDEN What is the use of speech? RICHARD Me MURRAY Wit makes its own welcome and levels all distinctions. BARBARA MARTIN Life is half-spent before we know what it is. BETTY MARTIN In friendship I early was taught to believe. 30 JOAN MARTIN Thou art not constant but are chang ing still. THOMAS MASSIE He always fights his way to win the game, and never thinks himself to win the fame. GARY MAWYER Noble thoughts rule the world. ZANE MEEKS Full of vim, vigor, and vitality is she. MARY MITCHELL She laughed for no reason but fun. LINDA NAPIER i Many are our joys and what happiness { to live. RANDY PARR : It isn’t what you do, but what you get caught doing. CONNIE PATTESON I Nature and Books belong to the eyes j that see them. I 9 BECKY PERDUE The greatest of things come in the smallest of packages. MILDRED PHILLIPS I feel as big as anybody. JOHNNY PONTON The surest way to hit a woman’s heart is to take aim kneeling. JOHN PROFFITT Men of few words are the best men. CAROLYN QUICK Politeness costs nothing. EUGENE ROBERTSON As he thinketh in his heart, so is he. JANE ROBERTSON Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. SHIRLEY ROTHGEB True happiness springs from true love. Gfle Glass °f 1963 The bell has rung! In you go. 33 U£e Gfass °f 1963 DOLORES SAUNDERS If eyes were made for seeing, then Beauty is its own excuse for being. JUDY SAUNDERS Sing again with your lovely voice revealing. LARRY SAUNDERS Trouble sits lightly on my shoulders. MARVIN SAUNDERS Never ready, always late, but he smiles so you wait. The only reason for it, is that it just is! SALLY SAUNDERS Books think for me. TRUDY SAUNDERS I love to live and live to love. GRADY SEAY All mankind loves a lover. CAROLYN SHEPHERD Ambition has no risks. SAMUEL SIMPSON Good as gold, true as steel, a real nice person with whom to deal. WAYNE SIMPSON Everyone is more or less mad at one point. DONALD SITES Not always right but never wrong. GARY SMALL ' Tis not what man does which exalts him, but what man would do. LARRY SMALL How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. JACKIE SPENCER Take the cash, and let the credit go. FAYE STEVENS A smile for every girl and two for every boy. JOYCE TAYLOR Life is too short to waste. 34 Not Pictured Alvin Burnley ROGER THOMPSON Books not girls are to be studied in school. DONALD TRUSLOW He toils with a smile, a lad you can’t rile. PAUL TRUSLOW A woman would run through fire and water for such a kind heart. JANET TUCKER Laugh when you can, it ' s a good medicine. NANCY UMBARGER A friend never to be forgotten. DALE WARD A man born with friendliness and wit. BARBARA WHITE Let all thy joys be as the month of May. CECIL WHITE As frank as rain on cherry blossoms. JOYCE WHITEHEAD Let go where ' er I will; I hear a sky born music still. MARY WILLS A merry heart doeth good like a medicine. PHYLLIS WITT She is indeed fun loving and easy going. GARLAND WRIGHT He who flees will fight again. BETTY WOOD Zealous yet modest. DAWN WOOD She has a style of dress and thought. MARGUERITE WOODSON She is really fun-loving and full of life. Just face it! You’ve got to do something else besides loaf! fCIICSTlOK " ' " X J m vx i 1 Vy 1 | J A ’ if a ■ 1 mjJ ■ ' mm, Mm ' ' • ? 37 HARRY DAVIS A passion for the dramatic art is in¬ herent in the nature of man. PHILLIP DODD I cannot do everything, but I can try. RONNIE EAKIN A silent tongue and a true heart are the most admirable things on earth. DANIEL FIELDS The man that loves and laughs must sure do well. SANDRA JORDON With smiling face and twinkling eye, you simply can ' t pass her by. DELORES PONTON One ' s outlook is a part of his virtue. SUSAN ROURKE From a little spark burst a mighty flame. ELLA JANE SMITH Flirtation, attention without intention. Alice E. Bryant Connie Patteson Mary Flythe He Jen lop leniors Joan Martin These Seniors have consistently maintained high scholastic stand¬ ards throughout f our years of High School. Nevertheless, grades are not the only concern of these students. They have also enriched their lives through participation in many extracurricular activities. Maxine Ferguson Carolyn Shepherd Janet Drumheller Trudy Saunders Sharon Duncan Sally Saunders 39 Mike Davis, President. Carroll Wood, Vice-President. Jo Ann Johnson, Secretary Treasurer. Dean Irvine, Reporter. ' J ie ' Junior Gfa ass " He who has an art has everywhere a part. " - Italian Proverb. Shelvia Allen Herbert Babish David Bond Don Campbell Kifferly Campbell Margaret Campbell Rodney Campbell Zelma Campbell Audrey Carroll Reed Cox Buddy Craig Charlotte Craig Michael Davis Thaxton Floyd Thomas Fortune Gary Gregory 41 42 Russell Tyree Patricia Ann White Carroll Wood Sandra Wood Winston Harlow Dowell Higginbotham Dean Irvine Jo Ann Johnson Carroll Massie Bobby Mawyer Linda McNabb Elaine Miller James Paisley James Pillow Mickey Quick Ronald Sites Peggy Terry Liza Thacker James Tinder uriiors Zelma Campbell and Jo Ann Johnson helping at a bake sale. Object: money for the Prom. We measured for our rings! 1 ...J Remember you ' re going to grow some. Don’t get it too tight! . Gary Wade, Secretary - Donald Napier, Treasurer - Kenneth Purvis, Vice-President - Wendall Dodd, President, op ' homores ! v .. i l ■ ' " if , ' M : f W Mrs. Farmer takes her Biology class on a field trip. 44 Danny Adams Dean Allen Dennis Anderson Steve Anderson Mary Ashley Jackie Bailey George R. Banton Roger Banton Stephanie Boone Margaret Booth Cathy Brown Dale Brown Robert Brown Forest Bryant Donald Butt Barbara Campbell James Campbell Linda G. Campbell Linda L. Campbell Ronnie Campbell William Campbell Rachel Caul Earl Chaplin Vivian Cobb Linda B. Cook 45 Linda Cook Karen Crady Danny Craig Nancy Craig Shirley Dameron Mary Jo Davis Sarah Davis Sandy Dean Barlow Delk Joan Demastus Wendall Dodd Carlestia Dolan Gail Drumheller Ann Duncan Charlotte Duncan Susan Fitzgerald Carolyn D. Fox Rita Fox Peggy Gibson Donald Giannini 46 Emily Goad Arthur Goodloe Charles Goodwin Mary Goolsby Patricia Gowen Sharon Gowen Judy Gusmerotti Georgia Haas Danny Hall Linda Harlow Sandra Harris Ronald Harvey WS K ' Miiifr • !! Here we are! The first Sophomores at NCHS to take typing. 47 Margo Harvey Alvin Hatter Mary Heeter Annie Huffman Diane Hughes Nora Jordan Nancy Kidd Tanith Kilmartin George Knight Jack Lawhorne June Lawhorne Larry Lawhorne With the new desks in the math laboratory, there just isn ' t any excuse for not doing well. 48 Ann Lincoln Joe Marks Michael Marshall Carroll Martin Jimmy Martin Kenneth Martin Minnie Martin Ruth Martin Walter Martin Cecil Massie John Mayo Steve Mays Sylvia Mays Eugene McNabb Jean Miller Daniel Mohler Donald Napier Rebecca Neese Nancy Payne Lynn Payne 49 Jules Peregoy Randy Powell Dale Profitt Sandra Proffitt Bobby Pugh Roland Pugh Kenneth Purvis Nellie Quinn Rebecca Quinn Shirley Ramsey Jimmy Rourke Gene Roberts Carolyn Robertson Margaret Robertson Johnny Rodgers Carolyn Seaman Cathy Seaman Joe Seaman Nancy Simpson Clayton Small 50 Rudy Small Mary Snead Shirley Spencer Louis Spicer Donald Stevens Harriet Stewart Margaret Stratton Joyce Thacker Jerome Thomas Joyce Tinder Wanda Tomlin Calvin Truslow Was that a sonic boom or just the Sophomores in the Chemistry class? ■ , 1 Phoebe Ann Tucker Diane Turner Rebecca Tyree Charles Umbarger Clyde Wade Gary Wade O. J. Wade Lee Walker Emily Ware Ronald Whitehead Lynn White Shirley Williams John Wood Peggy Wood Nellie Wood Francis Wray In order to make the A Honor Roll a student must have no grade be¬ low an " A” The B Honor Roll is made up of students who have no grade less than " B " on any subject except physical education in which a " C " is permissible. ' A " HONOR ROLL Lynn White Karen Crady Sophomore Semes er SI on or ”B " HONOR ROLL FIRST ROW: Tanith Kilmartin, Margaret Booth, Nancy Simpson, Susan Fitzgerald. SECOND ROW: Sharon Gowen, Jack Lawhorne, Bar Delk, Emily Goad. THIRD ROW: Rita Fox, Charlotte Duncan, Diane Turner, Dale Fox. FOURTH ROW: Ann Lincoln, Linda Cook, Mary Heeter. FIFTH ROW: Jackie Bailey, Donnie Stevens, Roger Banton, Larry Lawhorne. 53 Rule Loving, Reporter; Charles League, Vice-President; Linda Purvis, President; Walter-Quick, Secretary-Treasurer. re.snmen Jrl ft F 1 t m f Why couldn ' t we have just one girl? 54 Faye Aistrope Barbara Allen Frankie Allen Robby Anderson Janice Baker Charles Baldwin Hilda Beasley Eddie Beverly Larry Blake Gail Bowling Thelma Bowling Joseph Branch Linda Brandt Marian Brown Pamela Browning Carroll Bryant Helen Bryant Robert Bryant Carl Campbell Carolyn Campbell Donnie Campbell Douglas Campbell George T. Campbell Jane Campbell Linda Lee Campbell Linda Campbell Rodney Campbell Sherman Campbell Virginia Campbell Charlotte Carter Linda Carter Peggy Carter Wayne Carter Charles Cash Sandra Cash Linda Cobb on the Secon 55 Kenneth Coffey Ronald Collins David Crews Dave Critzer Sarah Dillard Barbara Drumheller Eddie Drumheller Cliff Dugan Peggy Embrey Anne Evans Betty Evans James Falls Becky Farrar Bobby Fitzgerald Evelyn Fitzgerald Joan Fitzgerald There’s a time for work and play, but which is this? 56 Betty Floyd Steve Floyd Diana Fortune Anna Gentry Bonnie Glass John Gormes Barbara Harvey Nelson Harvey William Heinemann Carolyn Hodock Angela Honnoll Danny Hughes Gene Hughes Delores Johnson Audrey Jordan Herbert Jordan Thomas Kennedy Marie Kidd Patricia Kidd Wayne Kidd Wayne Kidd Ruth Lariew Jenny Lawhorne Joe Lawhorne jrreshmen 57 Charles League Donna Ledford Rule Loving Martha McCartney Dorothy McCauley Wayne McFadden Libby McGann Bernard Martin Jeanette Martin Patricia Martin Carolyn Mawyer Carolyn S. Mawyer Elsie Mayo Sue Mitchell Charles Moore Jerry Morris Mary Morris Minnie Morris Queen Morris Leroy Napier Roy Nash Kathy O’Brien June Pannell Rodney Patrick John Patteson John Payne Betty Phillips Lyna Phillips Carolyn Powell Claude Proffitt Jreshi 2men 58 Harold Puckett Linda Purvis Linda Quick Walter Quick Steve Roberts Sherry Robertson Mark Rodgers Larry Scruggs Eddie Seaman Betty Spencer Mary Lou Sprague Russell Staples Judy Stevens Judy Stevens Donna Taylor Janet Taylor I believe in physical fitness but isn ' t this carrying it a little too far? 59 Roger Thomas Glen Thompson Sharon Thompson Shirley Thompson Sue Thompson Frances Truslow Robert Tucker Harriet Turner Linda Vance Laura Via Linda Wade Tommy Walker Charlie Weaver Charles Wiggins Tommy Willoughby Arthur Wilson Billy Wood Brenda Wood Frances Wood Frank Wood Jane Wood Carolyn Wooten Gloria Wray 60 We aje happy to recognize these outstanding students who have all maintained a B average for the first semester of the 1962-1963 school year. They are: FRONT ROW: Joseph Branch, Linda Quick, Pam Browning, Marion Brown. SECOND ROW: Mary Morris, Linda Wade, Ruth Lariew, William Walker. THIRD ROW: Sue Mitchell, Judy Stevens, Janet Taylor, Laura Via. FOURTH ROW: Walter Quick, Harold Puckett, Rodney Campbell. 61 Sue Saunders, Secretary-Treasurer; Mike Gamble, President; Barbara Campbell, Vice-President. (Itanl j Jrac e We were lost at the beginning of the year, but-- 62 Go down the hall and it is the second door on the right. Lois Adams Gladys Allen Herbert Ashley Mittie Babish Florence Ballowe George D. Banton John Bayrd Mickey Blankenship Judy Bond Sandra Bowling James Branch Russell Brooks Frank Browning Sandra Browning Anna Bryant Gene Bryant Rebecca Bryant Barbara Campbell H. T. Campbell Kay Campbell Lillie Campbell Peggy Campbell Warren Campbell Danny Carter Ronnie Chewning Billy Clarkson Wayne Clements Helen Coleman McArthur Coleman Charlotte Cook Thelma Craig Charles Crickenberger Dennis Critzer Richard Deel Wilma Dodd Larry Drumheller James Dun can Myrna Duval Gloria Evans Jerome Falls Gerry Farrar Charles Ferguson Elizabeth Ferguson David Fitzgerald Donald Fitzgerald Judy Fitzgerald Warren Fitzgerald Bobby Floyd Rebecca Fortune Mike Gamble David Garwood Lynn Giles Melvin Giles Cele Goad Linda Goodloe Joyce Gormes Steve Grubb Rolland Hatter Kate Hamilton James Hawley Delores Harding William Hawley Vicky Harvey Joan Heeter 63 Janie Henderson Betty Hodock Joe Hodock Alan Hoffman Nancy Hudson Linda Huffman Mable Huffman Mitchell Huffman Ann Hughes Bobby Johnson Kitty Johnson Charlotte Kennedy Calvin Kidd Carolyn Kidd Cecil Kidd Eddie Kidd Gary Kidd Jimmy Kilmartin Carolyn Lawhorne Garnet Lawhorne Corinne Little Tommy Lowder Mary Lyon James R. McFadden Edgar McNabb Carrie Martin Charles Martin Janice Martin Roy Martin Ella Mawyer Janie Mays Sterling Mays Betty Miller David Miller Gene Miller Lynn Mitchell Roger Napier Becky O’Brien Betty Jo O ' Brien Phyllis O ' Brien Teena O ' Dell Louis Pace Phyllis Pendleton Aubrey Phillips Brenda Phillips June Phillips Larry Phillips Peggy Phillips Douglas Pillow Carroll Pugh Helen Ragland Joe Ragland Carolyn Robertson Donnie Robertson Leslie Saunders Sue Saunders Lyndy Seaman Carl Sites Betty Small Bobby Snow ( Jrac e That eighth grade English! Whatever is a gerund?? 65 Betty Spencer Faye Spencer Larry Spencer Ruby Spencer Alexander Stevens Elizabeth Stevens Joe Stevens Patricia Stevens Martha Stinette James Swartzentruber Donny Taylor Eleanor Taylor Elizabeth Thacker Lee Thompson J. T. Tinnell Frances Truslow Francis Tucker Jean Tyree Joan Tyree Roy Tyree Jean Vaughan Mike Vestal Linda Via Lewis Walker James White Ronald White Nancy Wilkerson William Wills Bonnie Wood Melvin Wood Ronnie Wood Mervil Wooten Ida Mae Wright Carolyn Young Billy Zirkle Vice-President - Mike Davis President - Joan Martin SGC% Our SCA at Nelson County High School is an organization to develop wholesome rec¬ reation , to furnish opportunities for self- improvement, and to promote harmony between the faculty and student body. The SCA includes the entire student body, the principal, and the faculty of our school. The Student Council is a student-elected group devoted to the betterment of our school and service to the school and stu¬ dent body. SCA OFFICERS ■■ ' a ■ 1 68 Sponsor - Mr. Gusmerotti Left to right: Charlie League, Reporter; Bruce Cash, Parliamentarian; Linda Cook, Secretary-Treasurer; Joan Martin, President; Mike Davis, Vice-President Faye Stevens, Louis Spicer, and Jackie Bailey decorating the Christmas tree. Forest Bryant, Linda Campbell and Patricia Gowen decorating the room door in the Christmas contest. Joan Martin presiding over the assembly of students in the aud¬ itorium. SCA REPRESENTATIVES AND ALTERNATES FIRST ROW: T. Saunders, J. Whitehead, L. Adams, L. Giles, G. Wade, M. Gamble, D. Crews, J. Payne, W. Quick, R. Campbell: SECOND ROW: J. Baker, L. Purvis, J. Vaughan, C. Craig, J. Miller, J. Taylor, D. Tay¬ lor, K. Crady, H. T. Campbell; THIRD ROW: J. Stevens, M. Ferguson, L. Wade, L. Phillips, E. Adams, D. Saunders, K. Johnson, S. Saunders, F. Tucker 69 After the advertisements were sold, then came the job of drawing up the pages for the yearbook. Susan Rourke and Sharon Duncan selling subscriptions. Judy Hughes and Judy Ferguson are around someplace! " A dollar down, please! " " Who ' s got the scissors. " " Where is that ruler " ? " Somebody’s lost the scotch tape. " " You don’t spell it that way. " These are the ones who sold ads. R. Eakin, T. Saunders, M. Phillips, S. Duncan, J. Saunders, S. Rourke, Saunders, J. Ponton, A. Lincoln, B. T. Kilmartin, J. Baker, S. Ashley, D. Anderson, S. Rothgeb, L. Small, E. Adams, F. Stevens, G. Drumheller, F. Brent, F. Adams, J. Martin, D. Harris, B. Davis, B. Cash, E. Boyd, G. Banton, J. Tucker, F. Bryant. 70 Editor Business Managers Assistant Business Managers Bruce Cash Class Editors Susan Rourke Sharon Duncan Judy Hughes Sports Editors Shirley Rothgeb Sandra Jordan Feature Editors Tommy Campbell Steve Mays Sponsors Judy Ferguson Advertising Editor Kathy Campbell Becky Lunsford George R. Banton Mrs. Crews Mrs. Lincmn •Eft turns t ' J9 v- 4pS| Jmjj) k m |Af i - wrgr • -cS wjA‘f V H 1 Ij The Thos. Nelson Jr. Staff began the year by going through the year¬ book kit and looking through annuals from other schools for ideas. 71 Phyllis Witt, Nancy Adams, Stevie Ashley, Barbara Martin, Betty Har¬ ris, and Joyce Whitehead put to¬ gether the School Echo. ScJioof (c n o Distribution Managers, Samuel Simpson, Freddie Brent, Eddie Boyd, Donnie Kidd, and Dennis Anderson get prepared for the noon rush. TH£ SCHOOL ECHO STAFF FIRST ROW: E. Adams, J. Ponton, S. Ashley, J. Whitehead, B. Martin, B. Harris, J. Thacker. SECOND ROW: M. Heeter, N. Quinn, M. Goolsby, G. Drumheller, N. Adams, E. Boyd, P. Witt, F. Brent. THIRD ROW: D. Kidd, C. Baldwin, J. Hughes, D. Anderson, B. Cash, J. Martin, M. Mitchell. 72 Carolyn Shepherd, Treasurer; Connie Patteson, Vice-President; Alice Effinger Bryant, President; Sally Saunders, Secretary; Mary Flythe, Reporter. In promoting the Beta Club ideals of achievement, character, and leadership, the NCHS Beta Club of 1962-63 led an anti-cheating crusade and established a student scholarship fund. OSi£fe C u6 Barbara Campbell, Secretary; Mary Snead, Vice- President; Sandra Jordan, President; (Janet Tuck¬ er, Treasurer, not shown). The Bible Club members made a study of different religions this year. The Club invited a minister in to speak during the year. The Club is responsible for devotions in assembly, grace during lunch, and arranging several bulletin board displays. FIRST ROW: S. Jordan, S. Boone, B. Campbell, D. Johnson, C. Powell. SECOND ROW: T. Saunders, J. Robertson, M. Robertson, C. Robertson, T. t Kennedy. THIRD ROW: G. Drumheller, J. Miller, A. Huffman, M. Martin, N. Jordan, S. Dillard. ' FOURTH ROW: M. Snead, L. Campbell, P. Wood, S. Thompson, L. Cand¬ ler, B. Gleason. FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Cook, Sponsor, Z. Meeks, M. Campbell. 74 Margaret Booth, Parliamentarian; Shirley Rothgeb, Vice-President; Margo Harvey, Secretary; Connie Patteson, President; Faye Stevens, Historian; Mary Flythe, Reporter; Miss Turner, Sponsor. The purpose of F.T.A. is to acquaint interested students with possibilities in the teaching profession. The Club places emphasis upon character development, academic achievement, physical fitness, and emotional stability. Projects for 1962-63 included observance of American Education Week, supervised teaching in elementary schools, attendance at F.T.A. convention, college visitation, acquaintance with varied educational literature, and participation in Nelson County Day. Beware, students of the future!! 75 Officers of the FBLA in front of one of their attractive bulletin boards. Forest Bryant, Reporter Sharon Duncan, Pres. Judy Ferguson, V. -Pres. Judy Hughes, Secretary Trudy Saunders, Treas. UTURE USINESS EADERS MERICA The Future Business Leaders of America is the national organization for students enrolled in business subjects. One of the organization ' s chief objectives is to develop strong, competent, and aggressive leadership so that future businessmen and women may participate more effectively in the business and community life of which they are a part. Our members lead and participate in group discussions, preside at meetings, and participate in worthy undertakings for the improvement of the school, business and the community. Belonging to FBLA is an honor that carries with it a responsibility. 76 Here are the business leaders of tomorrow. Judy Bond, Reporter; Brenda Wood and Linda Vance, Historians; Carolyn Seaman, Vice- President; Frances Wood, Parliamentarian; Mary Goolsby, Treasurer; Betty Martin, Typist; Joyce Tinder and Zane Meeks, Song Leaders; Elma Fitzgerald, President; Sarah Hatter, Secretary. The Future Homemakers of America is the national organization of pupils studying homemaking in high school. Their motto, " Toward New Horizons " expresses the purpose of the organization. The emblem symbolizes that the future homes of America are in the hands of its youth. The flower is a red rose. AMERICA Boys, if you ' re looking for a wife, here’s a good place to start 1 77 Mr. Puckett, Sponsor; Jimmy Tinder, Asst. Secretary; Tommy Campbell, Reporter; George Knight, Treasurer; Larry Saunders, President; Grady Duncan, Sentinel; James Campbell, Vice-President; Mr. Clarke, Sponsor. The primary aim of the F.F.A. is the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The chapter is composed of boys enrolled in vocational agriculture. A program of work is set up each year. Through this program of activities the cooperative spirit is fostered and individual talent is discovered and de¬ veloped. The purposes of F.F.A. are well suited to the needs of the agricultural student regardless of his occupa¬ tional choice. These boys have faith in the future of agriculture. 78 ■»— j KS UEflN mmm 1 M jgggtt TRACTOR DRIVING CONTEST Winner James Campbell FARM MECHANICS JUDGING TEAM Larry Saunders, Paul Truslow, David Embrey. SOIL JUDGING TEAM J. W. Peregoy Mickey Quick Jimmy Tinder John Wood James Campbell Paul Truslow FORESTRY JUDGING TEAM J, W. Peregoy John Wood David Embrey Calvin Truslow Larry Saunders THE 4-H HONOR CLUB FRONT ROW: Joyce Whitehead, Margaret Booth, Eva Adams, Delores Saunders, Wanda Tomlin, Jimmy Tinder, Grady Duncan. SECOND ROW: David Embrey, Bruce Cash, Eddie Boyd, Roger Thomas, Carlestia Dolan, Jack¬ ie Bailey. THIRD ROW: Dennis Anderson, Mr. Metcalf, Cecil Collins. U£e 4-Jf Gfu6 The 4-H Club stresses the importance of the social and educational development of the rural young people of the United States. In Virginia the club is led by the Agri¬ culture Extension Service at V. P. I. FRONT ROW: T. Kilmartin, M. Campbell, A. Gormes, P. Embrey, M. Brown, H. Turner, C. Dolan, B. Ty¬ ree, B. Quinn, M. Kidd, S. Mays, W. Dodd. SECOND ROW: E. Adams, D. Saunders, F. Stevens, W. Tom¬ lin, J. Zirkle, B. Gleason, M. Booth, B. Campbell, J. Whitehead, Mr. Metcalf, J. Bailey, G. Duncan. THIRD ROW: B. Cash, D. Hughes, D. Anderson, D. Embrey, B. Hughes, E. Boyd, D. Fortune, R. Thomas, qq C. Collins, J. Tinder, L. Hughes, (R. Collins, Not Present). Gamer a Gfu£ FIRST ROW: J. Tinder, C. Mawyer, B. Delk, J. Patteson, B. Fitzgerald. SEC¬ OND ROW: B. Cash, J. Whitehead, J. Hughes, B. Bulluck, B. Davis. THIRD ROW: P. Martin, B. Martin, N. Payne, S. Harris, W. Tomlin, L. Campbell. FOURTH ROW: C. Quick, C. Shepherd, L. Cobb, J. Rodgers. FIFTH ROW: D. Kidd, A. Lincoln, D. Crews. SIXTH ROW: M. Harvey, L. Carter, E. Boyd. SEVENTH ROW: S. Duncan, L. Hughes, B. Harris. EIGHTH ROW: F. Stevens, T. Saunders, R. Thomas. NINTH ROW: D. Anderson, R. Eakin. Larry Lawhorne and Karen Crady, standing, present a skit to the members of the Drama Club seated. Miss Hughes, club sponsor, is ready to offer assistance when needed. 31 The Keep Virginia Green Club is made up of boys 15 and over who are trained and ready to go anytime they are called to fight forest fires. Mr. Withers Whitehead spent a day at school early in the fall teaching the KVG ' s how to effectively fight fires and protect themselves. I FRONT ROW: Robert Brown, Grady Seay, Cliff Dugan, Melvin Wood, Mickey Quick, Randy Parr, Jimmy Tinder, Freddie Brent, Lucian Hughes, Dale Ward, Walter Martin, Carmel Goodwin. SECOND ROW: Garland Wright, Bobby Mawyer, Eddie Drumheller, Dean Irvine, Johnny Mayo, Jane Robertson, Jane Lyon, Barbara Martin, Linda Campbell, Mary Flythe, Margaret Stratton, Sarah Davis, Mary Bryant, Elizabeth Thacker, Bruce Cash, Peggy Gibson, Susan Rourke, Linda Brandt, Donald Butt, Larry Scruggs, Steve Anderson. 82 Miss Allen ' s large Library Club indicates a great deal of interest in acquiring knowledge through books. The Library Club is made up of students who serve as assistants in the library. The purpose of the club is to help run the library more efficiently, and to promote books and reading interests in the school. Library staff at work. Kitty Johnson, Carolyn Shepherd, Rebecca Tyree, Liza Thacker, Joan Fitzgerald, Nancy Payne, Maxine Ferguson, Nancy Kidd, Jean Allen, Miss Allen. 83 FIRST ROW: Danny Fields, Doug Drumheller, Sec.-Treas, , Mike Davis, Randy Powell, Gary Wade, Mr. League. SECOND ROW: Carroll Martin, Ronnie Eakin, Tom Massie, Tommy Campbell, president, Wayne Simpson, re¬ porter. THIRD ROW: Walter Evans, vice-president, Ronald Harvey, Donald Giannini, Carroll Wood, Donald Napier, Wayne Drumheller. on ocjram FIRST ROW: Ronnie Critzer, Lucian Hughes, Gary Small, Freddie Brent, Eddie Boyd, Billy McCartney, Mickey Quick. SECOND ROW: Gene Roberts, John Wood, James Hawley, Dale Ward, James Bryant, Jackie Spencer, David Embrey, Grady Seay, James Paisley, Randolph Glass, Carroll Wood. Student J3us Drivers 84 Away from books, away from a the day erased, the lesson dona - - Walt Whitman- It was at a football pep rally. So was Coach League. This was before Eva was the " Football Player " j J J ep Ra Ip 86 Butch Blevins, Claude Proffitt, Marvin Saunders, Daniel Mohler and Carl Sites get a close look at their subject in General Shop II class in automotive mechanics. The shop looks hazy in this picture - and it was on the day it was taken. Blue smoke poured from the welding booth, coal smoke from the forge, and sawdust from woodworking projects. The boys in the two General Shop classes are learning lifetime skills. 87 w yr i , - ■ JrVi w : v vjH |t ; ' jjji ' A. a WkS | fff - .HP a L fc v ' ■ pi% Jb H j . m : ' ' mSUB jf I g ] W 4 fa™ IW ft 4 44iM :N --4Ji.. Uhe CProof of the CPucfcfing S7s in the atincj Shelvia Allen, Deloris Ponton, Sharon Kidd, and Dawn Wood are trying to prove the old saying, " the way to a man ' s heart is through his stomach. " xecu business Cjourses J J roue Successfulf One of the new additions to the Business Department is the course in Recordkeeping. It was set up to equip students with basic vocational skills that are common to cler¬ ical office jobs. Becky Lunsford, Virginia Campbell, and Shirley Johnson are shown here preparing statements for their accounts receivable. Another new addition to the Business Department is the course in Secretarial Office Practice. This course was designed as a terminal course for those senior Business students who plan to enter the employ¬ ment field immediately upon high school graduation. Nancy Umbarger, Trudy Saunders, Jane Robert- 90 son, and Mrs. Roberts are shown setting up and preparing the new report card system for the school. Our band at the dedication of the new Lovingston Post Office. CHI ' , NR --»•» v ' —— - r h-.n m u imu mm Nelson County High participates in tfre annual Band Day at the University of Virginia. 91 Mr. Harville explains the philosophy of the school to our new teachers. All of our math teachers have recently completed courses in new methods of teaching mathematics. I don’t suppose that any teacher can get the at¬ tention of all students, but Mr. Davis has almost succeeded in World History Tii m I’AA J? i? W A W,: j 1 4 W . W IT With new language laboratories, complete with tapes and recorders, the phrase " high school French and high school Spanish " takes on new meaning in Mrs. Tucker’s foreign language classes. : 4 mkm ' the onditioir. of trrfiysic. Walter Pa ;AV Concert THE CONCERT BAND The Concert Band this year is the largest yet, with 80 mem¬ bers. This group of students have shown a great deal of tal¬ ent and ability in their performances during the year playing in the rather difficult category of Grade V music. 94 MR. ROBERT SANGER Band Director ALICE E. BRYANT Student Band Director 95 THE MARCHING BAND 96 The Marching Band performs for most home football games, as well as in various annual parades such as the Waynesboro Christmas Parade, the Dogwood Festival, and our own Nelson County Day Parade. This band nas received many prizes for their marching ability in the past several years. Faye Stevens, Ann Lincoln, Joyce Whitehead, Lyna Phillips, Joan Martin 97 Mr. Sanger, Alice Bryant, Dawn Wood, Freddie Brent, Connie Patteson, Larry Lawhorne, Stevie Ashley, Samuel Simpson, Joyce Whitehead, Randy Parr, Donnie Stevens, Jean Miller, Trudy Saunders, Richard McMurry. Trance Jjancf Sandra Bowling, Linda Goodloe, Kay Campbell, Carolyn Kidd, Sue Saunders, Robert Brown, Alan Hoffman, Garnet Lawrence, David Miller, John Bayrd. Reserve J3ancf 98 SAXOPHONE QUARTET Jean Miller Myrna Duval Stevie Ashley Dawn Wood ■ WOODWIND QUINTET Joan Martin Linda Campbell Connie Patteson Mary Flythe Rebecca Perdue FLUTES Libby McGann Linda Cook Joan Martin Janice Baker If 1 ; M Q ill 1 I j ] I t ■ If f $ ml ! I v 99 CORNETS Betty Miller Donald Stevens Ronald Eakin Joyce Whitehead i TROMBONES David Wright Freddie Brent Samuel Simpson Larry Lawhorne 100 ARION AWARD Alice Effinger Bryant The Arion Award is given yearly to the music student who has done the most out¬ standing work in the general music field. The recipient is selected by the Music Di¬ rector and the School Administration on the basis of their outstanding abilities and accomplishments in the total music program. JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA AWARD Joyce Whitehead The John Phillip Sousa Award is given an¬ nually to the student who has contributed the most to the Band. It is based on mu¬ sicianship, attitude and leadership in the instrumental program. 101 Connie Patteson OUTSTANDING BAND STUDENTS These three students have shown remarkable proficiency and above average talent in their Band performance. Their con¬ tribution to the Band has been a contributing influence on the measure of success achieved by the performance of the group. Dawn Wood fjan cf Coles Joyce Whitehead announcing the Christ¬ mas Concert. Samuel Simpson All ready for the Concert except for the crowd. It snowed! ! ! 102 Director and Accompanist - Mr. Sanger and Alice E. Bryant CHORAL OFFICERS Stevie Ashley, Librarian Delores Saunders, Treas. Billy McCartney, Vice-Pres. Eva Adams, Secretary Mike Davis, Reporter Judy Hughes, President Carroll Wood, Treas. of Christmas Cards 1 111 Ik ' ft id Jfl ' v 1 Cii ■ 1 ■ 1 THE NELSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS 103 A f S a e Chorus FRONT ROW: Dawn Wood, Judy Hughes, Nancy Bryant, Charlotte Duncan. BACK ROW: Billy McCartney, Danny Adams, Gary Small. A IT S a e A) and i lir j mmm 1 ■ L ITV Sr ■ L ir lWk 104 FRONT ROW: Mary Fl ythe, Dawn Wood, Lfnda Napier, Ann Lincoln, Alice Bryant, Connie Patteson, Margaret Booth. BACK ROW: Ronald Eakin, Donald Stevens, Joyce Whitehead, Joan Martin, Linda Cook, Samuel Simp¬ son, Larry Lawhorne. I Gheerfea cJers Eva Adams, head cheer¬ leader, Miss Muir and the mascot of the cheerleaders, Betty Gardner. Left to right: Judy Gusmerotti, Joyce Thacker, Tanith Kilmartin, Eva Adams, Dolores Saunders, Betty Harris, Vivian Cobb. 106 Goacnes J. SHERMAN LEAGUE - Head Coach C. M. PRICE - Line Coach Go Gaplain s TOMMY CAMPBELL DOUGLAS DRUMHELLER This shows we deserve our reputation of being well-dressed boys 107 DOUG DRUMHELLER TOMMY CAMPBELL RANDY POWELL Sophomore -- 160 lbs. Quarterback District Honorable Mention Senior -- 155 lbs. Left Halfback GEORGE KNIGHT Sophomore -- 170 lbs. Right Tackle CARROLL MARTIN Sophomore -- 190 lbs. Left Tackle Senior -- 170 lbs. Fullback RONALD HARVEY Sophomore -- 170 lbs. Right Guard 7 ie 108 CARROLL WOOD Junior -- 160 lbs. Left End WALTER EVANS Senior -- 150 lbs. Right End District Honorable Mention 1 09 DONALD NAPIER Sophomore -- 155 lbs. Fullback District Honorable Mention KENNETH PURVIS Sophomore -- 160 lbs. Right Halfback MIKE DAVIS Junior -- 160 lbs. Right End GARY WADE Sophomore -- 140 lbs. Left Guard Q ouernors WENDELL DODD Sophomore — 140 lbs. Left End DONALD GIANNINI Sophomore -- 190 lbs. Center Coach Loeaaue Gommen s Nelson started the season with only 18 boys including thirteen Sophomores on the varsity team. Mr. C. M. Price, a star tackier for North Carolina State joined the coaching staff this year. He took charge of a very green line and molded it into a strong forward wall. We had eight Sophomores on the starting team which won 3 and lost 7 games. The highlight of the season was our 13-12 victory over arch rival, Amherst, when Donald Napier broke through to block an extra point in the final minute of the ball game. We are looking forward to the next two seasons when these Sophomores will be the champion¬ ship team that Nelson can be proud of. I 10 Junior Varsity Coach MR. CLAYTON Assistant DANNY FIELDS Junior Uarsitu THE JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: J. Rourke, J. Martin, L. Lawhorne, M. Gamble, E. Seaman, C. League, H. T. Campbell, B. Bryant, L, Blake. SECOND ROW: S. Mays, D. Taylor, B. Zirkle, F. Wood, C. Ferguson, J. Morris, M, Woo¬ ten, C. Martin, D. Adams, N. Harvey, R. Staples. THIRD ROW: Assistant, D. Fields, R. Loving, B. Wood, E. McNabb, W. Kidd, R. Banton, K. Coffey, C. Crickenberger, F. Browning, R. Collins, and Coach, Mr. Clayton. Joot aff Am I supposed to kiss the Queen? ficj i icj i is of jfomeearning. KING MIKE QUEEN EVA Don’t mess up my hair, Mr. Carter. Our able basketball coaches. MR. CLAYTON, MR. PRICE and MR. LEAGUE Uarsitu ) as A el ball The Team ' s Co-Captains WALTER EVANS and WAYNE SIMPSON 1 cr o . 0T il 7 The team is dressed for a warm-up. Sandy Dean, Gary Wade, Walter Evans, Wayne Simpson, Jackie Bailey. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Purvis, Randy Powell, Butch Chaplin, Mike Davis, Carroll Wood. I 14 KENNETH PURVIS Forward (hirs!in JjasAetSa l GARY WADE Guard BUTCH CHAPLIN Center RANDY POWELL Forward JACKIE BAILEY Guard 115 MIKE DAVIS Center SANDY DEAN Guard MISS JEAN MUIR Our basketball coach. Sir s ; 7j a. sJze tball Co-Captains JOAN MARTIN and SARAH DAVIS The first and second string. FIRST ROW: Maxine Ferguson, Jean Allen, Joan Martin, Sarah Davis, Barbara Bulluck, Judy Stevens. SECOND ROW: Janet Zirkle, Carolyn Fox, Linda Cook, Ann Lincoln, Linda Purvis, Lyna Phillips, Janice Baker, Sue I 1 Mitchell, Libby McGann. JEAN ALLEN JANICE BAKER Guard MAXINE FERGUSON JOAN MARTIN Forward BARBARA BULLUCK Guard JUDY STEVENS Forward LIBBY McGANN Forward Guard SARAH DAVIS Forward Guard J T ss JKutrs Stars 117 Jl unior Ijarsitij TjasJzetba l Left to right: B. Campbell, B, Bryant, R. Harvey, D. Brown, D. Wright, M. Gamble, C. League, D. Craig, R. Loving. We should watch these boys very carefully as they represent our varsity team of the future. C ij ilfi 5 ' racfe CBasJtelkaff 118 ROW 1: M. Wooten, M. Vestal, M. Gamble, F. Browning, R. White. ROW 2: Mr. Clayton, Coach R. Hatter, A. Hoffman, J. Bayrd, J. Stevens, B. Snow, J. Kilmartin, D. Garwood. JracA 1963 Our past record in track speaks for itself. The 1963 track team repre¬ sents our hope for a fu¬ ture trophy. Mr. League, Track Coach, surrounded by the trophies his teams have won. FIRST ROW: D. Drumheller, Purvis, Napier, W. Drumheller, Giannini, Wade, Evans. SECOND ROW: Simpson, Duncan, Knight, Martin, Craig, Benton, Adams. THIRD ROW: D. Craig, C. Wood, Chaplin, Mawyer, Critzer, Powell, B. Campbell. FOURTH ROW: Coach League, F. Wood, D. Campbell, Mr. Davis. KENNETH PURVIS Broad Jump Sprinter SAMUEL SIMPSON Broad Jump GARY WAdE Pole Vault DOUGLAS DRUMHELLER Sprinter DONALD NAPIER Sprinter CARROLL MARTIN Discus 120 BUDDY CRAIG DONALD GIANNINI Shotput Discus Discus RANDY POWELL WALTER EVANS High Jump, Broad Jump High Jump Sprinter Pole Vault GARY MAWYER BUTCH CHAPLIN Sprinter Hurdles WAYNE DRUMHELLER Hurdles CARROLL WOOD Shotput DANNY CRAIG High Jump Broad Jump Picture Not Available WENDALL DODD Pole Vault 121 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Simpson, T. Campbell, Drumheller, Purvis, B, Craig, D. Giannini. SECOND ROW: Collins, D. Craig, Knight, Wade, Brown, D. Campbell. THIRD ROW: Davis, Adams, McFadden, Banton, G. Wade, Evans, Wood. FOURTH ROW: Tinder, Lawhorne, Mays, Wright, Chaplin, B. Campbell, Coach Clayton. One sign of spring is the robin but at NCHS when thoughts turn to baseball, then we’re certain spring is here. Coach Clayton and his boys work hard to get in shape to meet their opponents. The end result is worth the effort. 1963 122 COACH CLAYTON WITH HIS BATTERY. ROW 1: Giannini, Campbell, Wade, Simpson. ROW 2: B. Craig, Brown, Purvis, Evans. INFIELD FIRST ROW: Walter Evans, Gary Wade, Wayne Simpson. SECOND ROW: Dale Brown, Randy Powell, Doug Drum- heller, Clyde Wade. TJarsitu T)asef)a earn OUTFIELD FIRST ROW: Kenneth Purvis, Carroll Wood. SECOND ROW: George Knight, Mike Davis, Butch Chaplin. 123 cenes rom ffe Sporh ’•Department Let ' s get off the floor, boys!! ! Sports Banquet, December, 1962, Donald Napier, Mr. Berry, speaker, Walter Evans, Mike Davis, and Mr. League admire the Outstanding Football Player trophy held by the winner, Tommy Campbell. 124 Hurry up and load up, boys. The game will be half over before we get there. Butch Chaplin practices the rebound technique while Randy Powell and Kenneth Purvis watch. For art comes to you, proposing frankly to give nothing but the highest quality to your moments as they pass, and simply for those moments sake -- Walter Pater mm ' ■m Ikimk ' fe item k ■■rm iH| A if flip :4 lit « f mw ■ ' : sc ; ’ » ; Miss xe son (fount ij % 2 Qjcnoo Eva Adams 126 xe son County c ScAoo Bruce Cash 127 •W 4 UH: : 1 i i Gunners- Q Ip Jor JTfr. and Jlfiss DGe son Goun y Gf pli Joan Martin Douglas Drumheller 128 Sally Saunders, president of the Senior Class, pins a corsage on Eva Adams, Miss Nelson County High School, while Mr. Gusmerotti, Bruce Cash, Mr. Nelson County High School, and some of the senior superlatives beam The newly elected Mr. and Miss NCHS and school superlatives were recognized at half time on Dec. 8, when Nelson County played Dan River. 129 ■ Jliruj Tltifze Eva Adams 1 (om ecom incj CRouaftu Homecoming Game Nelson vs Altavista ueen 6 oa October 19, 1962 130 Mike Davis Sally Saunders President of Senior Class Mike Davis President of Junior Class Joan Martin SCA President l:))£o ' .v l:)j£o Bruce Cash Editor of Annual Joyce Whitehead Head Majorette Editor of School Echo Eva Adams Head Cheerleader 131 enior MOST POPULAR Joan Martin Douglas Drumheller BEST Larry Small MOST ATHLETIC Barbara Bulluck Walter Evans MOST Roger Thompson 132 LOOKING Trudy Saunders INDUSTRIOUS Alice E. Bryant MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Johnny Ponton Joyce Whitehead BEST LOOKING Rodney Campbell Charlotte Craig MOST INDUSTRIOUS Dean Irvine Shelvia Allen 134 MOST ATHLETIC Mike Davis Margaret Campbell Jkifc. Jfijufs fcc j MOST POPULAR Carroll Wood Jo Ann Johnson 135 SonAi opnomore cS up erfatiues BEST LOOKING Gary Wade Jean Miller MOST ATHLETIC Kenneth Purvis Sarah Davis MOST INDUSTRIOUS Karen Crady Larry Lawhorne MOST POPULAR Judy Gusmerotti Jackie Bailey J ' resJiman c5 uper atioes MOST TYPICAL Linda Wade Rodney Campbell BEST LOOKING Robert Bryant Lyna Phillips MOST POPULAR Janice Baker Charlie League I MOST TYPICAL J. T. Tinnell Barbara Campbell BEST LOOKING Mike Gamble Cele Goad ( J iaii if] ( Jracie cS uperfatiues . 5 . % , " " " V ' ' MOST POPULAR Sue Saunders Jimmy Kilmartin Life without industry is guilt, in dustry without art is brutality. - - Ruskin Some Interesting Observations on DUNBRIK-PRECAST SEPTIC TANKS and Prehistoric man PROBABLY DISCOVERED " CEMENT. " Ills POSSIBLE e--,- THATHE BUILT HIS FIRE - INAHOLE LINED WITH LIMESTONE OR GYPSUM ROCK. THE FIRE DE-CARBONATED OR DE-HYORATED THE SURFACE OF THE ROCK WHICH FELL AMONG STONES, WHEN WETTED, AS BY RAIN, THE POWDER HAAOENED, CEMENTIN6 THE STONES TOGETHER. )AVID SAYLOR MADE THE FIRST PORTLAND CEMENT IN THEU.S. AT COPLAY, PENN., IN 1871. BY I890 f , 17 PLANT were ' producing 331,500 » 1 BARRELS. WHILE IN l942 ; PRODUCTION IN ALL PLANTS TOTALED 185,341,609 BARRELS. £)ohnsmeatdn MADE THE FIRST TRUE HYDRAULIC CEMENT WHEN REBUILDING the EDPYSTONE ♦ LI6HTHOUSE in England AROUND THE YEAR 1756. THE RESEMBLANCE OF THIS MATERIALTO PORTLAND STONE IS THE BA5IS0F THE PRESENT DAY NAME OF PORTIAND CEMENT ty HE FIRST CEMENT KILNS OFTHE SIZE RANGE IN USE TODAY WERE USED BY THE EDISON PORTLANO CEMENT WORKS) UNDER PATENTS GRANTED a to THOMAS EOISON 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 C HE FIRST KNOWN CONCRETE ROAD BUILT IN THE u.s. was around PUBLIC SQUARE OF BEllEFONTAINE . OHIO IN 1892 ANDI893. IT IS STILL IN USE. THE FIRSTCOMPLETE MILE OF CONCRETE HIGHWAY WAS ON WOODWARD AVE. BETWEEN THE SI AND SEVEN MILE ROADS, DETROIT,MICH. IN 1909. KH 1 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 WAYNESBORO NEW CAR DEALERS BAUGHER CHEVROLET, INC. Chevrolet Cars, Trucks, and Corvair B r B BUICK - RAMBLER, INC. 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Waynesboro, Virginia LYNDHAVEN FLORIST 321 West Main Street Waynesboro, Va. Phone WHitehall 3-8556 Compliments of THE HUMPHRIES PRESS, INC. " Planners and Producers of Custom and Commercial Printing " 722 East Main Street Dial WH 2-5111 Waynesboro, Virginia FREED CO., INC. District Women ' s Apparel PEOPLES PHARMACY 1544 W. Main Street Phone WH 2-1137 Open Until 10:00 P. M. Waynesboro, Virginia The Latest in Hair Styles The Newest in Techniques Your G.E . and Goodyear Dealer Waynesboro, Virginia E. Main St. Phone 2-8323 BEAUTY NOOK 53 1 Main St. Waynesboro, Virginia The Finest in Beauty Care for the Discriminating Woman Compliments of WAYNESBORO RETAIL JEWELERS Hodges Jewelers The Jewel Box M ■ R Jewelers Miller ' s Jewelers Waynesboro, Virginia PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF CENTRAL VIRGINIA Use Most Convenient Office Charlottesville, Crozet, Waynesboro There is No Substitute for a Savings Account Resources Over One Hundred Million Dollars ($100,000,000.00) Member Federal Reserve System and F.D.I.C. Air Conditioned W A Y B Waynesboro, Va. TUCKAHOE MOTEL 1490 KC 1000 Watts Day U.S. 250 250 Watts Night 2 1 2 Miles East of Southern Sports - News - Music 1 8 Hours a Day Gateway to Skyline Drive 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 FISHBURNE’S DRUG STORE " Your Drug Store Since 1878 " Waynesboro, Virginia MOWEN OPTICIANS JOHN C. MOWEN Dial WH 2-8697 113 S. Wayne Avenue Waynesboro, Virginia Dial 6-653 5 113 Fourth Street, N. E. Charlottesville, Virginia S feai i, 536 W. MAIN STREET WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA WHITEHALL 2-9255 Leolas IBeautu Salon J ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE WAYNESBORO, VA, 126 SOUTH WAYNE AVENUE-WAYNESBORO, VA. All Experienced Operators DIAL WH 3-4976 " Fashions for Her " CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1963 THE MONTICELLO DAIRY THE BANKS OF CHARLOTTESVILLE CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK CHARLOTTESVILLE OIL COMPANY Gulf Distributors Charlottesville, Virginia Lovingston Plant CO 3-8811 RAY FISHER’S, INC. H. M. GLEASON Sr CO., INC. 9 Charlottesville, Virginia Appliance s 323 W. Main Street International Farm Machinery Television and Appliances Feed, Seed, and Fertilizer International Trucks Charlottesville, Virginia CITY LAUNDRY Compliments of DRY CLEANERS HILLSIDE GARDENS Just Dial 295-9136 North Garden, Va. Charlottesville, Virginia Grady Avenue at 10th St. N. W. Headquarters for Perennials, Annuals, and Orchid Corsages Route 29 Visitors Welcome COMPLIMENTS OF PUCKETT’S BARBER SHOP 105 3rd N. E. Charlottesville, Virginia Around the Corner From the Paramount Theatre CHARLOTTESVILLE AUTO AND TRUCK DEALERS VANCE BUICK, INC. BRADLEY PEYTON III 900 Preston Avenue 858 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Buick-Buick Special-Opel Pontiac - Pontiac Tempest- Cadillac - Vauxhall MacGREGOR MOTORS, INC. 416 West Main Street DOMINICK CHEVROLET CORP. Charlottesville, Virginia 1st and Water Streets Lincoln-Mercury-C ontinental Charlottesville, Virginia Comet-English Fords- Chevrolet -C or vair- Corvette Borgward H. M. GLEASON AND CO. , WILHOIT MOTORS INC. 404 East Market Street 1st and Garrett Streets Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Dodge-Dodge Dart-Lancer International Trucks and Fiat-Simca-Dodge Trucks Farmall Equipment R. M. DAVIS MOTORS, INC. HARRY A. WRIGHT ' S 1311 West Main Street 1320 East Market Street Charlottesville, Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Chrysler - Plymouth - Valiant Diamond T Trucks Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment COGGINS MOTOR CO., INC. 330 Preston Avenue HARPER MOTORS, INC. Charlottesville, Virginia Preston Avenue at Ninth Street Plymouth- Imperial Charlottesville, Virginia Studebaker Cars and Trucks Authorized Dealer for Mercedes - Benz-Valiant V olkswagen CHARLOTTESVILLE MOTORS RUSSELL MOONEY OLDS 856 West Main Street SALES AND SERVICE Charlottesville, Virginia 3 15 West Main Street For d - F ale on- Thunder bird- Charlottesville, Virginia Ford Trucks Oldsmobile-G. M. C . Trucks- Oldsmobile F85 S-K MOTORS U.S. 29 North, Charlottesville, Va. Imported Auto Specialists Serving Central Virginia Sales-Service- Parts BMC Products-Rootes Group- Land Rover Alfa Romeo-Saab-Triumph Compliments of Eastern Regional Office STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Route 29 North Charlottesville, Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE OFFICE MACHINE CO. Authorized Underwood Agency - Sales and Service 919 West Main Street P. O. Box 348 Dial 295-7419 Charlottesville, Virginia BUS SYSTEM WILLIAM T. MANN TOUR DIRECTOR Charter and Tours VIRGINIA TRAILWAYS TELEPHONE 2-9181 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. 114 FOURTH ST.. S. E. 1400-AM WINA 1000 WATTS 95. 3-FM CHARLOTTESVILLE LUMBER CO., INC Since 1893 Lumber Painting and Decorating Building Materials Floor and Wall Tile Custom Millwork Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Roofing, Guttering and Sheetmetal Work Dial 295-5135 Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of BOTTLED GAS CORPORATION of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia C. H. WILLIAMS, INC. Serving Central and Northern Virginia Charlottesville ' s Leading Dept. Store Charlottesville, Virginia THE YOUNG MEN’S SHOP Quality Men ' s Wear Charlottesville, Virginia MOWEN Prescription Opticians 112 4th Street, N. E. Telephone 6-6535 Charlottesville, Virginia Waynesboro, Virginia Greeting Cards for Every Occasion ‘Brown s - Clifts in Historic Virginia Charlottesville Williamsburg Eyes Examined Compliments of Glasses Fitted DR. J. T. GREENE UNIVERSITY OPTOMETRIST BOOK STORE 211 West Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia " Supplies for Collegians Hours: 9 A.M. - 5 P.M. for Over a Century. " Sat. 9 A.M. - 2 P.M. Telephone 293-2459 Compliments of CHAS. KING SON Wholesale Grocers Charlottesville, Virginia Dial 295-9144 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 296-6435 THE W. J. KELLER COMPANY Exquisite Footwear Andrew Geller, Mademoiselle, Paradise, Capezios, Naturalizer, Town r Country, Bass Weejuns, Sport Shoes by Spalding 404 E . Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Phone 295-2915 GILMORE HAMM SNYDER INCORPORATED Furniture for the Home and Office Charlottesville, Virginia Featuring Ladies ' and Children ' s Apparel Junior Styles That Appeal to Young Ladies of High School and College Ages. Charlottesville, Virginia Hardware All Kinds CHARLOTTESVILLE HARDWARE Charlottesville, Virginia Compliments of TILMAN’S DEPARTMENT BUILDING Charlottesville, Virginia DOWNTOWN ATHLETIC STORE 413 E. Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia Dial 295-2810 Distributors for Rawlings; Spalding; Spot-Bilt, Riddell; Baseball; Football; Basketball Equipment Compliments of SHOECENTER, INC 313 E. Main Street Charlottesville, Virginia and WILL WHITE SHOE COMPANY INC. 1101 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia PREDDY’S FUNERAL HOME Superior Ambulance Service Dial 295-7546 Charlottesville, Virginia 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 JAMES S. LAMBERT GENERAL MERCHANDISE F aber, Virginia Compliments of SCHUYLER RESTAURANT MARKS’ GROCERY R. C. WALSH, Prop. Schuyler, Virginia Schuyler, Virginia SEMINOLE Compliments of SERVICE STATION J. G. ROBERTS, Prop. CLARK’S GULF On U. S. Route 29 Call CO 3-2501 Schuyler, Virginia Faber, Virginia J. B. WOOD Stop and Shop General Merchandise at Fresh Meats, Used Furniture She rwin-Williams Paint SHADY’S PLACE Phone CO 3-5017 Faber, Virginia Lovingston, Virginia UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Manufacturers of High Quality Nylon Tire Fabrics Scottsville, Virginia BRUCE’S DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store Telephone 286-3881 Scottsville , Virginia Compliments of BRUCE-DORRIER MOTOR CO. , INC. SCOTTSVILLE 3g|b TV-RADIO SERVICE ' Up Phone 286-2631 Sales and Service Dial 286-3821 Scottsville, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia JAMES RIVER MARKET LEE’S RESTAURANT Clover Farm Store Fine Food and Refreshments Scottsville, Virginia H. N. LUMPKIN, JR. Scottsville 286-2491 Scottsville, Va. Tel. 286-33 1 1 Compliments of THACKER BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 24-Hou.r Ambulance Service Phone 286-2501 Phone 286-2791 Scottsville, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia THE HUB, INC. EARL’S AMOCO SERVICE We Clothe the Family U. S. Route 29, South Faber, Virginia Scottsville, Virginia CO 3-2087 FARRAR AND COMPANY W. H. THACKER General Merchandise Fresh Meats Coal, Fertilizer, Radios, and TV General Merchandise Phone Schuyler 301 Phone CO 3-2791 Arrington, Virginia Schuyler, Virginia THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NELSON COUNTY " 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 K. M. BAKER , JR., INC. Dial CO 3-4131 RADIATOR SHOP Rebuilding - Repairing and Recoring - Back Flush Trucks - Automobiles - Tractors Complete Truck and Trailer Refrigeration Service Loving ston Virginia J. G. HEATH REAL ESTATE NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Telephone CO 3-5111 and CO 3-5166 Lovingston, Virginia Compliments of DOROTHY’S BEAUTY SHOPPE Call CO 3-4141 Lovingston, Virginia THE CENTRAL VIRGINIA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE Lovingston, Virginia Central Virginia Electric Cooperative Serves You By: Providing Electric Service Central Virginia Electric Cooperative was organized in 1937 by the rural people of its 13 County Area to serve the electric needs of rural Central Virginia. Prior to 1937 less than IQPjo of the families had electric ser¬ vice. More than 97 °]o of our area is now electrified and at a lower cost per KWH than in 1937. Sharing the Tax Burden: As a public utility Central Virginia Electric Cooperative paid more than $86,700.00 in state and local taxes in 1962. Creating Jobs; Employs local people and trains them for permanent jobs locally. In addition to building and maintaining the distribution system most of the equipment is repaired locally providing more local jobs and doing the work at a savings. Stimulating Economy: Electric Service in rural areas has created a tremendous market for the many modern electric appliances and equipment. Electricity has played a major part in the increased productivity of the farmer. Electric service is available to industry locating in the area. Strengthening Our Free Enterprise System: Under our competitive economy rural electric cooperatives serve you in two ways. First by serving the area at as low a cost as possible. Secondly, as long as rural electric cooperatives such as ours exist neither power monopolies nor socialized power is possible. We salute the 1962-63 Class, many of whom will be listed among our owners. CAMPBELL’S AMOCO SERVICE Rt. 29 Lovingston, Virginia Compliments of Since 1927 LOVINGSTON HOTEL AND KILMARTIN’S PHARMACY RESTAURANT Route 29 Dial CO 3-2371 Rooms " We Serve the Queens " Booster for the Governors Lovingston, Virginia Lovingston, Virginia For Your Home Needs LOVING BROTHERS RUCKER-PAYNE GROCERY SUPPLY CO. and CHARLOTTE SHOPPE Our Customers, Like Our Fine Foods, Are Treated With LOVING Care Lovingston, Virginia Phone CO 3-4411 Phone CO 3-3211 Lovingston, Virginia FLOYD’S MARKET Telephone CO 3-3151 Lovingston Virginia FLOYD’S APPLIANCES Phone CO 3-5000 Wiring - Plumbing - Septic Tanks GENERAL ELECTRIC NELSON MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Phone CO 3-2511 Lovingston, Virginia McGREGOR MOTORS, INC. Lovingston, Va. Lincoln - Mercury - Meteor - Comet MRS. LOUISE A. AMISS CO 3-5252 COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN J. BRADSHAW Insurance Advisor for Virginia Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. Early Settlers Insurance Co. Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co. Life - Liability - Auto - Farm Machinery - Cattle - Fire Phone Office: CO 3-5211 the NELSON COUNTY FARM BUREAU DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS: Mrs. E. B. Crews, Mr. E. S. Fox, Jr., Mrs. Orville Karicofe, Mr. Albert Ponton, Mr. Orville Karicofe, Mr. E. B. Crews, Mr. Harris Puckett, Mr. C. E. Wood. Phone Home: CO 3-2088 SHEFFIELD FUNERAL HOME Phone CO 3-3161 Ambulance Service Lovingston, Virginia HARRIS’S GULF SERVICE Gulf Service and Fuel Oil Phone CO 3-881 1 Lovingston, Virginia S • H Green Stamps JAMES P. ASHLEY SONS ANTIQUE SHOP Phone CO 3-3387 Lovingston, Virginia Steaks - Chops - Seafood Sandwiche s You Can Always Get a Good Meal at NONNIE’S PLACE Our Specialties Country Ham - Fried Chicken Seven Miles South of Lovingston on U . S . 29 Phone CO 3-8054 TURNER’S GROCERY Route 29 Arrington, Va Phone CO 3-2832 Free Delivery PONTON’S SNACK BAR Breyer ' s Ice Cream Good Sandwiches - Coffee - Gr oc e r ie s Lovingston, Virginia H. A. PONTON BUILDING SUPPLY :! : j. Heating by Thermo Products Serving All of Nelson County and Area Telephone CO 3-3591 Lovingston, Virginia PONTON’S COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY Lovingston Virginia a DODGE LOVINGSTON MOTOR SALES, INC. Lovingston, Vir ginia Telephone CO 3-3402 Main Street H. T. FERRON SAUNDER’S Manufacturers of NURSERY Cinder Blocks and Concrete Products Ready Mixed Concrete " Our Boxwood Landscape the Whitehouse Rose Gardens " Phone 2-4128 THE DAILY PROGRESS Azaleas Hollie s Over One-Half Century of English Boxwood Public Service Evergreens Delivered in Nelson County Each Afternoon by Carrier Piney River, Virginia and Motor Route Treat Yourself to a New Experience in Beauty Visit GLEASON’S HAIR STYLIST Permanent Color Bleaching W aving Styling Manicures Phone 263-5233 Lovingston, Va. Graduate Stylists ALICE GLEASON LYNDA WOOD NELSON THEATRE j. h. McClellan Lovingston, Virginia BAILEY-SPENCER HARDWARE CO. Lucas Paints - Fertilizer - Spray Materials - Western Ammunition Phone CO 3-Z411 Lovingston, Virginia FUEL . Gasoline OILS . Kerosene . Complete Line of Lubricants H. L. MOYER - DISTRIBUTOR Lovingston, Virginia Phone Office: 263-5031 Compliments of Phillips AMHERST TIRE REBUILDERS Amherst, Virginia BIFF-BURGER AND KENNEYS DRIVE-IN Nationwide Pledged to Give You the Highest Quality Food and Service Local Stores in Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, and Waynesboro SAUNDER’S FORD, INC. Phone CO 3-2011 Lovingston, Virginia Compliments of MR. AND MRS. G. H. DELK Lovingston, Virginia CLARKSON ESSO STATION Tires - Batteries - Accessories Colleen, Virginia HUFFMAN’S Compliments of ESSO SERVICE U. S. Rt. 29 and 6 ROBERT GOAD Faber, Virginia Phone COngress 3-8962 Lovingston, Va. . Metered Delivery . Keep Fill Service Diesel Fuel Gasoline • Dube Oils . Grease " The Oil That Really Burns Clean " W. DYNN HARVEY, Distributor AMERICAN OIL CO. Call CO 3-2392 Arrington, Va. B F SERVICE CENTER ALLEN’S SERVICE STATION Groceries, Meats, Gas and Oil Gas - Oil - Groceries Phone CR 7-5463 Phone CO 3-2177 Massie Mill, Virginia Colleen, Virginia Compliments of S. W. BARNES, INC. C rozet Phone 2331 3011 Virginia ARRINGTON COLD STORAGE COOPERATIVE, INC. " There Is Always a Leader " Main Office: Shipman, Virginia - Dial CO 3-3Z41 Plant: Arrington, Virginia - Dial CO 3-2271 ALBEMARLE AUCTION SERVICES We Auction Livestock - Real Estate - Antiques - Automobiles Surplus - Etc . - Auctioneers - Call Collect or Write E. H. MAWYER C. H. JONES Box 166, Lovingston, Va. Esmont, Virginia Phone COngress 3-2318 Phone 293-089 1 Charlottesville, Va. HARVEY’S CASH STORE Compliments of Fresh Meats Groceries JOHN L. CASH F eeds General Contractor Gas and Oil Rt. 4, Amherst, Va. Dial CR 7-5681 Roseland, Virginia Phone CR 7-5074 Phone CR 7-4141 Nights, Sundays, Holidays CR 7-5Z39 PINEY RIVER FLORIST MRS. M. J. PARR, Manager FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Compliments Compliments of of G. S. DUVAL H H Insulation Contractor SERVICE STATION Roseland, Virginia Roseland, Virginia Phone CR 7-5707 Phone CRestwood 7-5239 Compliments PARR BROTHERS of SUPPLY Truck Bodies and Building Supplies Wood, Coal, and Hardware A.C. Sales and Service CAMPBELL’S GROCERY Piney River, Va. Nellysford, Virginia Compliments of C ompliments of INTERNATIONAL MINERALS AND CHEMICAL CORPORATION DAY’S STORE Phone CR 7-5373 Top Quality Road and Septic Tank Stone Piney River, Virginia Piney River, Va. " Tells Where to Buy It " PINEY RIVER FUNERAL HOME c. —. - • »•« • t ' •»— «.1i ' A Service That Is Distinctive but Not Expensive " 24-Hour Ambulance Service Call CRestwood 7-5244 Day or Night PRESTON PARR EDWIN M. MOORE Call Collect - No Toll Charge Piney River, Virginia C. A. PATTESON CO. THAXTON’S GARAGE General Merchandise Fresh Meats, Feeds Piney River, Virginia Gas and Oil General Auto Repairing and Contract Hauling Telephone CR 7-5311 Day Phone Night Phone Ros eland, Virginia CR 7-5023 CR 7-5563 Compliments of Compliments of H. T. CAMPBELL MRS. JOHN WHITEHEAD GENERAL MERCHANDISE CR 7-5202 Piney River, Virginia Compliments of THE VIRGINIA BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY Piney River, Virginia M. E. MASSIE PINEY RIVER MOTOR SALES Westinghouse Phone CR 7-5221 and Philco Electrical Appliances Owner W. DALE HARVEY Used Cars and Trucks Tyro Shipman Piney River, Virginia PAYNE’S GARAGE MAC ' S MARKET GMC Trucks For the Best in Groceries Gulf Gas and Tires We Give S H Green Stamps Goodrich Tires and Wrecker Service GILES TV SERVICE Phone CR 7-5245 Guaranteed Service on All Makes Piney River, Virginia Phone CR 7-5376 and CR 7-8581 Roseland, Va. WE WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT AMHERST BRANCH THE LYNCHBURG NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO. Amherst, Virginia " The Full Service Bank in Your Community " Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation R. T. BURKS TASTEE FREEZE AND AMHERST GULF SERVICE CENTER D. H. PRICE U. S. 29 and 60 Phone 4831 Amherst, Virginia 24-Hr. Service Compliments of AMHERST PHARMACY WAILES Best Wishes for Success STOP-IN SHOP Ladies ' Sportswear Manhattan Menswear Shoes for All the Family “SEMINOLE RESTAURANT” Phone WH 6-2267 Amherst, Va. Amherst, Virginia AMHERST MILLING HOWELL’S COMPANY SUPER MARKET Flour, Corn Meal and Feed Fresh Meats and Groceries Custom Grinding and Mixing Phone WH 6-481 1 Amherst, Va. Dial WH 6-4131 Amherst, Va. CROC , DRUMMOND’S Amherst, Virginia Shop and Save at BEN FRANKLIN Your Complete Variety Store Amherst, Va. Phone Residence: WH 6-3791 Business: WH 6-3791 SAM P. MASSIE INSURANCE AGENCY Repr e senting NATIONWIDE INSU RANCE CO. Auto - Life - Fire Amherst, Virginia LOOK SHARP and BE SHARP! Have Your Clothes Cleaned JOE KILGORE and Pressed by Experts AMHERST LAUNDRY Agent AMHERST REALTY INSURANCE DRY CLEANERS, INC. CO. Amherst, Virginia Court House Square Phone WH 6-3011 or WH 6-4611 Amherst, Va. WH 6-6491 Compliments of CENTRAL VIRGINIA TELEPHONE CORP. Amherst, Virginia Read the NELSON COUNTY TIMES Every Week Compliments of BURKEVILLE VENEER COMPANY, INC. Burkeville, Virginia Amherst, Virginia AMHERST DAIRY ISLE Compliments of Route 29 South LEA BROTHERS GROCERY Amherst, Va. Massies Mill, Virginia AMHERST MOTORS 25 Years Amherst Ford Dealer HILL HARDWARE CORP. Hardware - Furnitufe - Building Materials Hotpoint Electric Appliances Amherst, Virginia Phone WH 6-2411 CROSSROADS SERVICE W. L. MASSIE, Prop Dial: WH 6-3311 Routes 60 and 29 Amherst, Virginia MAYS FARMERS’ SERVICE COMPANY, INC. Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Amherst, Virginia Phone WH 6-2031 Best Wishes From - The Most Versatile Laundry Store in Central Virginia THRIF-TEE LAUNDEROMAT Main and West Court Sts Amherst, Virginia MR. AND MRS. J. L. PATTERSON Prop. THE BANK WEBB’S OF APPOMATTOX TIRE SERVICE AND RECAPPING Front End Alignment Capital and Surplus . . . $100,000. Wheel Balancing Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1963 Phone 35Z-7180 Appomattox, Va. We invite you to share the rewards " Food as Good as the Best " of personal service in your future at banking needs . THE PARKWAY RESTAURANT PAUL B. THOMPSON THE BANK OF APPOMATTOX Appomattox, Virginia Located on Route 24 Member F. D. I. C. 1 2 Mile North of Appomattox Business Residence 352-7443 352-5262 Sjxettcel Stale, 9nc. MAIN STREET bial 353.-3.111 lp.fiosn attoic, ' Ll a. FRED C. SMITH Pharmacists CHAS. F. JAMES R. C. A. C. MARTIN General Merchandise Cross Ties - Sunoco Gas and Oil Gladstone, Va. Phone - 933-6141 Compliments of LeGRAND’S GULF SERVICE " BOOTS AND NED " LeGRAND, Props. Appomattox, Va. THE FARMERS’ NATIONAL BANK Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Reserve System WEST END ESSO APPOMATTOX AUTOAND TV SUPPLY T. T. MARTIN, Manager Philco Television - Sales and Servic Auto Parts - Wholesale and Retail e Car Called for and Delivered Dial 352-8181 Rt. 460W at 24 Phone 352-6791 Appomattox, Appomattox, Va. T. HUNTER DICKERSON Compliments of Va. Furnishings for Men and Boys Sportswear for Ladies Dial 352-3085 Appomattox, Virginia THACKER FARM REPAIR Arrington, Virginia Dial 263-2207 MOSES MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Sales and Service " That Satisfy " Telephone 352-3773 Appomattox, Virginia APPOMATTOX HARDWARE CO., INC. Electrical and Plumbing Contractors Distributors - American Oil Co. Products Phone 352-7141 DUNSMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE 912 W. Beverly Street 122 South Main St. Staunton, Virginia Since 1872 Harrisonburg, Virg inia Phone TU 6-9301 Phone 434-8474 A Complete Business Education Approved by National Council of Business Schools and State Board of Education for Veteran Training Diploma Courses, Secretarial, Stenographic, Junior and Higher Accounting Courses, and IBM Key-Punch ROCKFISH MOUNTAIN ORCHARDS Fancy Mountain Apples Afton, Virginia Phone Greenwood Exchange GLenview 6-2005 GRINELS MOTOR COMPANY Telephone 2121 and Se rvice Appomattox, Va. Compliments of PARKWAY POE HARDWARE CO. FUEL COMPANY Sunoco Gasoline, Heating Oils, Hardware and Electrical Supplies Motor Oils, Accessories ik) SUHOC:0 3 52-6721 {SmwiH-WlUlAMS] PAINTS 1J DISTRIBUTOR Appomattox, Ya. Appomattox, Virginia WEST VIRGINIA PULP PAPER Wgfiir Daily Buyers of Pulpwood Caskie Woodyard E. W. HARVEY Frigidaire, Appliances, Furniture Radios and Television A. A. BABCOCK, Manager Gladstone, Va. Phone 933-6131 Appomattox, Virginia Dial 352-7292 Home - 352-3245 Insured Savings - Currently Earning 4% Per Annum - Compounded « r , „ THE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION if Where Your Savings Dollars Grow Bigger Faster Three Convenient Locations 1001 Church Street 5224 Fort Avenue Madison Heights - Amherst Turnpike Lynchburg ' s Oldest Savings and Loan Assets of Over $20, 000, 000 Compliments of J. W. WOOD WHOLESALE GROCER, INC. Central Virginia School Food Service Tel. VI 7-5558 Lynchburg-, Virginia Since 1886 COLEMAN’S Fine Footwear Lynchburg, Va Best Wishes WOOD’S 1003 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Quality Men ' s Wear OUR £oen.-Pn le it 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.” yyppa cAca i Power Company 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 CRADDOCK TERRY SHOE CORPORATION VIRGINIA ' S FINEST DEPARTMENT STORES Lynchburg, Virginia Lynchburg, Virginia Grow With Lynchburg After High School Attend PHILLIPS BUSINESS COLLEGE Lynchburg, Virginia Phone VI 7-77 01 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 HOWARD S. MYERS Trading as MYERS TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY your Massey-Ferguson deale r 105 Twelfth St. Lynchburg, Virginia PHILLIPS BROTHERS, INC. Visit Our Jewelry Sporting Goods and Music Departments Class Rings 906 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia KOHLER FIXTURES Bradford Water Heaters Rapidayton Water Pumps LYNCHBURG PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Plumbers 1217 Commerce St. Lynchburg, Virginia 922 Main Street Lynchburg, Va. TIME OUT FOR REFRESHMENT Mo. w-s. rAt on Bottled Under the Authority of the Coca-Cola Company by LYNCHBURG COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY F or Young Fashions Visit YOUR BEST BUY SNYDER BERMAN Is The News and The Daily Advance 916-918 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Natural-Shoulder Specialists Since 1881 s.h. rapTklii Outfitters to Gentlemen 921 Main 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 Downtown Lynchburg Has More for You Lynchburg, Virginia JAMES T. DAVIS, INC. The Place to Buy- Paint and Wallpaper 1225 Main St. Lynchburg, Va. Compliments of SCHEWEL FURNITURE COMPANY 1025-1029 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia S. FRANK PRATT, President C. LETCHER NEWCOMB, Vice-President WILLIAM T. MACLEOD, Sec ' y-Treas. STATE INDUSTRIAL LOAN CORPORATION At Corner of Church and Ninth Streets Lynchburg, Virginia EDWARDS, INC. Boys ' and Men ' s Shop 725 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Sizes: Boys - 16 and Up Mens - 34 and Up Compliments of BARKER-JENNINGS CORP. Wholesale Only Lynchburg, Virginia JOHN P. HUGHES MOTOR CO., INC. Dodge - Simca - Triumph - White Lynchburg, Virginia 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 PRICE D. A. HINES CO., INC. WATCH REPAIRING Paints and Wallpaper SERVICE Free Customer Parking 707 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia 3 16 Twelfth Street Lynchburg, Virginia VOGUE BEAUTY SALON REAMS FURNITURE COMPANY Dial VI 5-3731 8Z2 Main Street Lynchburg, Virginia Furniture and House Furnishing s " Let Us Make Your House a Home " 620-924 Main St. Lynchburg, Va. BROWN-MORRISON COMPANY INCORPORATED r 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 WEBB-WHITAKER COMPANY Men ' s and Young Men ' s Clothing 909 Main Street Lynchburg, Va. LYNN K. BRYANT, SR. Phone VI 7-7181 Compliments of PIEDMONT REALTY CO W. T. MAY DAN BRIGGS 213 9th St. Lynchburg, Va. Complete Banking Service to Individuals and Corporations ... " I st national TRUST AND SAVINGS DAM K Bank as conveniently as you shop... • 1010 MAIN ST. • FORT EARLY BLDO. • 2482 RIVERMONT AVE. • NO. 1 PITTMAN PLAZA Dial VI 5-8491 THERE’S A FRIENDLY DIFFERENCE...AT THE ' FIRST ' Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 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 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. 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Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1


Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1


Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1


Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1


Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1


Nelson County High School - Governor Yearbook (Lovingston, VA) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1


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