New Kent High School - Iliad / Cavalier Yearbook (New Kent, VA)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 94 of the 1959 volume:
CAVALIER Gne Gaoafier 1959 Presented by The Senior Class of New Kent High School New Kent Virginia Juniors A thletics Sophomores Elementary of our classmates. His passing is noted with deep regret; he served many years as New Kent ' s leading merchant; he served on the School Board; he will be missed by atl. Students, we present you the 1959 edition of the Cavalier. Seniors, for you this book will be a picture of your last year in school. May it be rich in golden memories of friends made in the past twelve years and of days well spent. To the entire student body may it present a challenge to do your best work and never waiver in your quest for knowledge and truth. Oecfjcation We, the Senior Class of 1959, proudly dedicate this annual to Mrs. Jacqueline R. Perry. This is our way of saying " thank you, " to a helpful, understand¬ ing teacher. She has worked unceasingly to instill in us the principles of chemistry, physics, and biology. It must have been quite discouraging at times, but we hope she has received some little satisfaction from her efforts. We have gained much. Thank you, Mrs. Perry! BARBARA UPP, Editor SHIRLEY ADAMS, Business Manager IONE INMAN, Assistant Editor BETTY GREGORY, Assistant Business Manager ISABEL DAVIS, Copywriter JACKIE KENT, Typist GIN TAYLOR, Typist DANIEL LEBER, Typist Sponsor: MRS. RICHMOND Prin cipafs jKessage I should like to take this opportunity to extend my best wishes for a successful future for each of the class of 1959. May each of you have happiness and a sense of accomplishment throughout your lives. Thank you each for what you have given to your school; you have meant much to us. I know that your school has meant much to you. Oscar S. Mears O. S. MEARS Principal SUE AYERS Elementary Supervisor BETTY WALLACE Secretary k G. M. HODGE 1 Superintendent 1 K MRS. ELIZABETH ROBERTS Albany Business College Commercial Subjects, Music MRS. LOIS R. RICHMOND Fairmond State English, French, History MRS. DOROTHY MEARS Western Maryland College History, Physical Education MRS. MARY JULIA POMFREY Florida State University Science, Math MRS. JACQUELINE R. PERRY Longwood College Biology, Chemistry, Physics MISS CLARENCE GARLAND Mary Washington, William Mary Math MRS. I LA WILLIAMS Radford Home Economics MRS. ELIZABETH COX West Hampton, Greenville English, Latin MRS. EDNA DALRYMPLE Richmond Business College Librarian MR. SAMUEL SCORDO Bowling Green College Commercial, Geography MR. THOMAS VIOLET William Mary Math, Science, Coach ew 7l enl 7 arenl leac ier O?ssoc. Vice President MRS. E. E. ORANGE, JR. Treasurer G. T. WILSON Secretary MRS. P. BINNS President MRS. O. C. BRENNAMAN The Parent-Teacher Association is an organization composed of the patrons and teachers of New Kent School. The Association helps the parent to under¬ stand the function of the school, and it gives the teacher a better understanding of her students. During the years the P-T-A has contributed much to the physical welfare of our school. The group bought and paid for new curtains for the stage; it has been generous in supplying needed books for the library. In December the Association recognized our teachers by having " Teacher Appreciation Day” with gifts for each one. Shirley Adams, Secretary; Kay Batkins, Treasurer; Gay Griffeth, Vice President Virginia Taylor, Reporter; Ben Graves, President. CLASS FLOWER: Yellow Rose CLASS COLORS: Green and White CLASS MOTTO: " In today already walks tomorrow. " MRS. MEARS - Sponsor SHIRLEY MAY ADAMS Softball 1,2,3,4; Cafeteria Helper 1; Glee Club 2, 3,4; Class Secretary 4; Assistant Business Manager Annual Staff 3; Business Manager ADA ISABEL DAVIS FHA 1; Library Club 1; Softball 1,2,4; Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4; May Court 4. LEON BERNARD EDWARDS Track 3,4; KVG 4; May Court 4. WILLIAM DAVID DENTON Football 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; J. V. Basketball 1; Forensic Contest 1, 4; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4; KVG 3,4; Track 4; May Court 4. BENJAMIN CARTER GRAVES, JR. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Football Manager 1; Track 4; SC A Treasurer 1, Vice President 3, President 4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; Beta Club 2,3, President 4; KVG 3,4; Class Vice President 3, President 4; Senior Play; May Court 4. GAY FRANCES GRIFFITH Cheerleader 2 3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,4; Class President 1, Secretary 2, 3, Vice Presi¬ dent 4; FHA 1, Secretary 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; SCA Secretary 2; Beta Club 2, Secretary 3,4; Monogram Club 2, Sec¬ retary 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. LUTHER DANIEL LEBER Glee Club 3; Advertiser for Junior Play; Annual Staff 4; May Court 4. JACQUELINE YVONNE KENT Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2, Re¬ porter 3, Vice President 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Literary Society 1,2,3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; FHA; State Convention 3; Forensic Contest 2,4; An¬ nual Staff 4; May Court 1,4. DONALD CLEPTON McKAY Football 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Library Club 1; KVG 3,4; Bus Driver 4; May Court 4. KENT SPAULDING MCLAUGHLIN Literary Club 1,2, 3,4; State Literary Contest 3; May Court 4; KVG 3,4. JULIANNA RENALDS Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Softball 1,2, 3,4; Literary Society 1,2, 3; FHA 2,3,4; Historian 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4; Junior Play; May Court 4. JOHN ARCHER PEARMAN, JR. Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2,3, Co-Cap- tain 4; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Class Vice President 1, President 2, Treasurer 3; SC A 2; Safety Patrol 2; Monogram Club 2,3, Presi¬ dent 4; Literary Society 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; KVG 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4; May Court 4. CARL WAYNE TAYLOR Football 3; Basketball 4; KVG 3,4; May Court 4. VIRGINIA LAMB TAYLOR Basketball 1,2,3, Cap¬ tain 4; Softball 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; FHA 1,2 3, Secretary-Treas¬ urer of Federation 4; Lit¬ erary Society Reporter 3, Secretary 4; Monogram Club 3,4; SCA 4; Senior Play; May Court 4. MATTHEW JAMES WOOTEN, JR. Literary Society 1,2,3; Cafeteria Helper 1,2, 3,4; Assistant Bus Dfiver 3,4; May Court 4. BARBARA BRADENHAM UPP Cheerleader 2,3, Captain 4; Class Secretary 1, Vice President 2, President 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; SCA 1; Beta Club 2, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Assistant Editor of Annual 3, Editor-in- chief 4; Junior Play; Sen¬ ior Play; Girls State; May Court 4. v Of UJiings to Gome? ? Washington, D. C. June 5, 1969 Dear Barbara, Gee, hasn’t time flown? How do you like London? I see you are in the news quite often with your concert playing. I knew you could make it with your playing the piano and George’s playing the violin. Sorry to hear that you couldn’t continue teaching Shorthand. Too many classes like the one in 59? I don ' t guess you ' ve been able to keep up with our classmates. I saw Johnny Pearman a few weeks ago. All the girls are still swooning over him since he ' s become the girls’ coach at New Kent. He ' s still a bachelor. He says that he just can’t find his true love. You know, quite a few of our classmates have become famous. Gin Tay¬ lor went to modeling school. I read in a movie magazine that she ' s a glam¬ orous model in Chicago. Emmett Couch took dramatic lessons and starred in the movie " Love ' Em and Leave ' Em. " Julianna Renaids attended a large designing school and now she ' s head dress designer at Macy ' s in New York. Kent McLaughlin went to New York and starred in the Broadway production of " She ' s My Daisy. " Luther Leber is now a big star on the T. V. program " Gun- smoke. " He stars as Chester. It’s the only western which features an opera singer. I saw Gay Griffith Stevens last week. She continued her interest in pharmacy and now her husband owns a large drug store in Richmond. Gay told me that Shirley Adams married Robert and now she ' s part owner of Babcock Phillips. They have five additions to their family. Barb, do you remember how quiet Leon Edwards and Isabel Davis were ? Leon, after furthering his education at V.P.I. and playing around i n local politics, was appointed the Secretary of Agriculture. Isabel married Curtis White soon after graduation. He is now owner of a construction company. They are living in the big city of Barhamsville. Isabel said that Matthew Wooten married soon after graduation and is now traveling around the world with his wife and seven children. You know Jackie quit her job as hostess for Pan American? She never could resist good-looking interns, especially ones from M.C. V. She finally broke down and married the one she was going with when we graduated. Jackie told me that Donald McKay took over his father ' s job and is now head warden at Sing Sing. You remember Ben Graves, don ' t you? Well, he’s now a famous Rock and Roll singer and goes by the name of " Curly Locks. " Wayne Taylor is now a stock car racer. I read in the paper that he has another hot Chevy. Billy Denton is a principal at a school teaching children, " How to Goof Off. " I hear he still likes to leave school and go duck hunting. Gee, Barb, the last time I saw you. Dee was playing football at U.C.L.A. and I was an airline hostess. Well, after he graduated from college, we got married. His being a lawyer has really paid off since we ' ve been divorced three times and are getting married again next week. Hope to get another letter off to you in the near future. Do write, Bar¬ bara, when you get a chance. Love ya, Kay MOST COOPERATIVE Kay Batkins Wayne Taylor BEST LOOKING Shirley Adams John Pearman Senior Uops MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Barbara Upp Ben Graves MOST HELPFUL Julianna Renalds Matthew Wooten BEST ALL-AROUND Barbara Upp John Pearman Of Uhings oefi 7)e uncf We, the Seniors of 1959 possessing all our senses do bequeath and bequit, leave, give, and throw away the following: Dee Dalrymple wills his ability to be the greatest in everything to anyone who thinks he is good enough to deserve it and his height to Glenn Priddy. Julianna Renalds wills her unending appetite to Dean Frame and her ability to go to sleep in class to Ruth Dean and her love for sewing to Elsie. John Pearman wills his position on the football team to Bucky Bagget and his idea that all the girls are in love with him to his brother Jimmy. Gin Taylor leaves her blond curly hair to Bonnie Barfknecht and her love for Norfolk to anyone who belongs to the " Lonely Hearts Club. " Matthew Wooten wills his ability to get good grades in English to Richard Dean and his wavy hair to Bobby Paul. Kay Batkins wills her ability to have a party every day in Shorthand II Class to Dot Wynd- ham and her ability to go steady for the long period of two weeks to Gloria Couch. Wayne Taylor wills his height to Bubba Batkins and his ability to tear up automobiles to Carter Richardson. Billy Denton wills his love for James Blair to Lenny Madison and his Daniel Boone rifle to Bradley Moore. Barbara Upp wills the lonesome weekend nights of her senior year to anyone who is un¬ lucky enough to find her steady at a Military School and her ability to always control her temper to Betty Walls. Emmett Couch wills his sweat socks to Jimmy Ashley and his ambition to end up in the poor house to Tommy Wilson. Jackie Kent wills her love for parties to Becky Barfknecht and her ability to go steady for three years to Jean Seward, who is foolish enough to do it. Isabel Davis wills her long hair to Peggy Dean and her love for Home Economics to Mary Ellen Elly son. Gay Griffith wills her height to Mable Dean and her interest in Pharmacy to Wanda Dzula. Kent McLaughlin wills his histrionic ability to Henry Clyde Pace. Daniel Leber wills his ability to explode with laughter at nothing to Herbert White. Shirley Adams wills her ability to study every night to her sister Diane and her empty fountain pen, when it ' s time for dictation, to Mrs. Roberts. Donald McKay wills his ability to drive the school bus safely to Buddy Johnson. Ben Graves wills his ability to daydream in Physics class to Jack King and his love for chewing gum to Mrs. Mears. Leon Edwards wills his helpfulness to Arthur Garthright and his nervous foot to Jane King. We, the Seniors, will our front row seats in the auditorium to the Juniors; our ability to get along with each other to the Sophomores; and to the Freshmen, high hopes for a successful career in high school. MOST BASHFUL Julianna Renalds Leon Edwards MOST POPULAR Shirley Adams John Pearman ATHLETIC Gay Griffith Dee Dalrymple MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Jackie Kent Ben Graves BEST DRESSED Gin Taylor Dee Dalrymple WITTIEST Jackie Kent Of " J uncjs 7 J ast It really doesn ' t seem long since Mrs. Hockaday met us at the door twelve years ago to welcome us to the first grade. Today there are only fourteen of that frightened group, now grown quite brave, in our class. They are Virginia Taylor, Kay Batkins, Isabel Davis, Shirley Adams, Jackie Kent, Gay Griffith, John Dalrymple, Donald McKay, Daniel Leber, Ben Graves, Billy Denton, John Pearman, Leon Edwards, and Emmett Couch. Barbara Upp and Wayne Taylor joined us in the second grade which was taught by Mrs. Fisher. Reading and numbers were less of a mystery to us as we reached the third grade at which point Mrs. Robertson instructed us. Julianna Renalds joined us, but Billy Denton and Wayne Taylor left us only temporarily, however. In the fourth grade we had two successive teachers, Mrs. Booten and Miss Summers. Matthew Wooten became one of us during this year. From the fourth we were promoted to the care of Miss Shorter in the fifth grade. Mrs. Potts taught us the first half of our sixth year in school. Mrs. Robbins took over the second semester. Billy Denton re-appeared to join our class. The seventh grade found us facing a familiar face, for again we had Miss Shorter as our teacher. In the eighth grade we had our first man teacher, Mr. Rudicille. Quite a change. Daniel Leber moved away. High school was much nearer now, for we had a representative in the May Court - Barbara Upp. Gay Griffith was president of the class. Ninth grade! Now we really were high school: Mrs. Mears was our home room teacher; Algebra and Latin had to be faced. Jackie Kent was in the May Court. Again Gay was our president. Miss Trimmer was our home room teacher in the tenth grade. At this point we began to feel that we might really make it: We began to think about money-making projects in order to be prepared for our Junior and Senior years. Kay Batkins represented our class in the May Court. John Pearman was our class president. In our Junior year, we discovered we were actors: We presented " A Ready- Made Family " under the direction of Mrs. Richmond, our home room teacher. Wayne Taylor and Daniel Leber re-joined the group and Kent McLaughlin be¬ came a member of the class. On May 3, we honored the Seniors with a dinner and prom. The theme was " An Evening in Paris. " Shirley Adams represented us in the May Court. Barbara Upp was our class president. Now twelve years later, we are the Senior Class. It is sometimes diffi¬ cult to believe. This year we co-sponsored the Corn Club Banquet; we pre¬ sented our play, " She ' s My Daisy, " under the direction of Mrs. Mears, our home room teacher. Ben Graves was our president. And, now, good-bye from the Class of ' 59. K Jigr - €mk , ' 2f 1 - L » i FfP •• ™.. ». K- Wa. ’T sshT t r , Sj rj f ‘r fHR£$ i «BI 1 ' $i | i- ; awii ' wn » CODPIMTIOn 5 n - ' 1 ' ! 1 LEONARD MADISON Reporter IONE INMAN Secretary HENRY WARD President ROLAND JOHNSON Vice President ROBERT PAUL Treasurer ARTHUR GARTHRIGHT Reporter Ji uniors ' 1 V . ' s % i 8t SHIRLEY ALEXANDER ROSE BOROUGHS KENNETH BOWYER BETTY GREGORY IONE INMAN ROLAND JOHNSON ROBERT McCORMICK LEONARD MADISON BRADLEY MOORE HENRY CLYDE PACE ROBERT PAUL JEAN SEWARD CAROLYN SMITH GRAHAM SMITH JAMES SMITH ROSE MARIE STUCK HENRY WARD HERBERT WHITE KATHLEEN WILLIAMS THOMAS WILSON DOROTHY WYNDHAM Reporter THERESA LEONTUK President BETTY WALLS Secretary MARY ELLEN ELLYSON Treasurer JACK KING Not Pictured - JAMES CHRISTIAN, Vice President op nomores Edward Baggett James Christian Douglas Conner Patricia Couch Joyce Martin Roe Martin James Pearman Glenn Priddy Carter Richardson Joyce Staskiel Betty Walls Anne Whitley Charlotte Wooten freshmen President - BARBARA WILLIAMS Treasurer - JOHN FEDORS Vice President - NORMAN BATKINS Reporter - EDMOND TURNER Secretary - JIMMY ASHLEY ■«%■ Bonnie Barfknecht Lewis Barnett Norman Batkins Robert Boroughs Peggy Sue Champ Wanda Cobb Ronald Combs Robert Couch Bettie Jane Couch Mable Dean Marsha Ann Dean Peggy Dean Ruth Dean John Fedors William Johnson Jane Louise King Dwayne Martin Marilyn McCormick Shirley Parsley Julia Philbates Sidney Philbates Nancy Prevish David Roberts Sharron Starkey Brenda Swindell Julian Thompson Otis Timberlake Edmond Turner Kerman Ward Barbara Williams William Young David Zawodny junior high NATALIE GREGORY Vice President MARSHALL PHILBATES DAVID MOODY Treasurer Reporter ANNE POMEROY Secretary GLORIA COUCH President Becky Barfknecht James Barlow Carolyn Belvin James Blevin Dottie Champ Donald Conner Charlene Cobb Joan Combs Mary Combs Gloria Couch Shields Dairymple Betty Davis James Davis Richard Dean Arlene Deskins Franklin Dowell No Photo M AVAIIABUE Betty Duncan Linda Edwards Dean Frame Natalie Gregory Mary Hannabass Rex Hatchett Charles Johnson Dorothy Kirby Susan Lindsay Frances McCormick David Moody Beatrice Parsley Herbert Parsley Jane Parsley Virginia Philbates Marshall Philbates James Powers Anne Pomeroy Marie Richards Jeff Richmond Lester Ryan Frances Thompson John Throckmorton Harry Ward Emmett White Billy White Barbara Wooten organizations 13Her ary Soc e y DEE DALRYMPLE - President ROLAND JOHNSON - Vice President VIRGINIA TAYLOR - Secretary IONE INMAN - Treasurer GLORIA COUCH - Reporter MRS. ELIZABETH COX - Sponsor Hew v 0 President- Vice President Secretary — • Treasurer — ■ Reporter- Photographer - Historian- Sponsor - - - - -KAY BATKINS -JACKIE KENT ■ - - - JEAN SEWARD ■ - - CAROLYN SMITH .RUTH DEAN -PATSY COUCH BONNIE BARFKNECHT - - MRS. WILLIAMS JRonocjram vjJub The Monogram Club is composed of those people who have been awarded recognition for their athletic or cheer leading ability. Mono¬ grams are evidence of good team work and sportsmanship and are worn proudly by the owners. President: BEN GRAVES Vice President: BETTY GREGORY Secretary: GAY GRIFFITH Treasurer: BARBARA UPP Sponsor: MRS. PERRY JCV.9. GU KEEP VIRGINIA GREEN CLUB is composed of boys interested in conservation of our forest lands. The club annually tours the forest nursery and the pulp mill. If their services are necessary, they are called upon to fight forest fires. Ill 7) us Drivers The above pictured bus drivers, Mrs. Elizabeth Peace, Mrs. Dean, Henry Ward, Robert Paul, Donald McKay, Roland Johnson, Dee Dalrymple, and John Pearman have faithfully and safely driven our youngsters to school day after day. They deserve re¬ cognition for their arduous job. athletics Uy (a P Mr! T L rWS i i j V » vf 4 1 . V ?l 1 Mili i MANAGERS: Herbert White Tommy Wilson Julian Thompson John Fedors WT-y, - | |||H Til” 1 __. tf¥ v -WsiJ HH | A lH A m ■h fWM 9 P% « Wm .i 1 . $$ BB wESigp « j—aifeM I 1 JHf Jk I • ' ,.« -sTf I® ffiiv ' J J||p5v 4Jj| , I 1 , If 6 ' 5 QJD if?. -45 i.nE L 48 : “ : 6 72 ft :- fliiir- ' ' ’ ' 74 ■ Frank Tackle McCormick Tackle E. Couch Tackle Hodge T ackle Paul Tackle B. Johnson Halfback W. Johnson Halfback Moore Halfback W. Clark Halfback Denton Quarterback Smith Halfback Dalrymple Quarterback J. Pearman Center Turner Quarterback Most Valuable Player JOHN PEARMAN Roberts R. Couch Christian K. Ward End Ashley End Handle End McKay Guard Boroughs End Madison End J. Pearman Fullback Zawodny Fullback 1958 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Barnett Cfenter THEY King William West Point Christchurch Middlesex Mathews Pleasant Hill Northumberland Coach - MRS. DOROTHY MEARS Captain - GIN TAYLOR elementary MISS MADELINE CARSWELL Flora MacDonald College University of North Carolina First Grade MRS. LORRAINE HANDLEY Mary Washington College First and Second Grade MRS. JANE LITTLEPAGE Mary Washington College Second Grade MRS. CECIL ORANGE Mary W ashington College Third Grade MRS. SALLIE TUNSTALL Madison College William and Mary Third and Fourth Grades MISS MARY CHRISTIAN Longwood College Fourth Grade MRS. GLADYS UPP Madison College Fifth Grade MRS. PHOEBE TAYLOR Mary W ashington College Fifth and Sixth Grade MRS. GERTRUDE ROBBINS Mary Washington College Sixth Grade MRS. ELIZABETH DAVIS Longwood College Seventh Grade MRS. VIOLET TAYLOR William and Mary Seventh Grade Diane Adams Robert Anerton Kathrine Barlow Adah Clark Pat Clark Jo Ann Conklin Farron Davis Paul Dean Randall Deskins Myrtle Douglas Joan Douglas Walter Dzula Jean Griffith Cornelia Handley Carole Harrison Patsy Hodges Terry Isgett Jimmy Johnson Carrol Kelly Charles Leber Charles Lewis Patricia Morris Sandra Otey Shirley Parsley Wayland Parsley Sandra Priddy Elsie Rena Ids Joseph Riggs Ralph Robbins Nancy Roberts eoen t i S racfe Josieph Saunders Nancy Shepperd Charles Smith Elizabeth South Freddie Stephens Bert Stewart Carol Stuck Clyde Thompson Ethel Timberlake Will Wallace Joyce Walls Joan Ward Charles Wharff Shirley Whittaker Doris Wooten Sixt l Gloria Dale Adams Patricia Adams Joseph Alexander Milton Armandt Dianne Ballard Gordon Banks John Barlow Terry Lee Batkins Joanne Black Gary Bradley James Boroughs Clyde Brenneman John Britt Carol Lee Burnette Charles Carlton Wayne Cheatham John Combs Derwood Conklyn Jane Curie Carol Davis John Davis Horace Dean Harry Douglas Wayne Dowdy Frances Dreisback Edward Ellinger Charlotte Evelyn Kenneth Fisher Hazel Guinn Karen Hatchett Claudia Hazelwood Judith Helms John Hodges Harvey Kirby Mary Ellen Levis Jane McKay Lillian Nash Charles Parsley James Parsley Sharon Potter Sharon Shepperd John Richardson Maxine Richards Yvonne Turner Marian Wallace Bobby Ward Donald Waxmunski Charles Williams Ryland Williams John Zawodney J flJi S racfe Edward Allen Lonnie Beaver Ray Belvin Edward Binns Marie Bostick Ellen Bow is Jerald Britt Ryland Christian John Davis Robert Davis Albert Dean Jo Ann Dean Perry Deskins Linwood Dillard Joel Douglas Robert Dzula Sandra Ellyson Sandra Farmer Barbara Hodges Anna Hollins Charles Johnston Ronald Jordon Charles Leftwich Linda Mills Taylor Moore Dennis Mountcastle Sallie Mountcastle Suzanne Parker Norma Parsley Joe Peace Andrew Pitts Catherine Pomfrey Donald Prevish Barbara Richardson Robert Seitz Charles South Gilbert Sprouse Robert Walker Juliet Walls Steven Ward Shirley Waxmunski Edna Wendt John Woodson James Adams Linda Adams Richard Barlow James Bradley Jo Anne Burnette Brenda Cheatham Calvin Davis Raymond Davis Worth Davis Raymond Dillard Jerry Douglas Linwood Gregory Natalie Hannabass Sue Ann Hockaday Shirley Johnson Darlene Joyner Paul Joyner Virginia Kelly Mary Beth Luce Linda Martin Daniel Moody Edith Nash Angelia Otey David Paul Courtney Pomeroy Gerald Powers Janet Rena Ids Betty Sue Robbins Carol Shepperd Marie Snow fourth Oracle Lois Sorrell Susan Sowder Suzanne Spell William Stephens Linda Studer Betty Walker Frances Whittaker Temple Wilson James Wooten John Wooten Jerry Zawodny ZJhircf S rac e George G. Allen Gale Anerton James Alexander Robert Armandt Dale Barlow Henry Barlow Elwood Boroughs Betsy Bow is Carolyn Britt Marshia Burford Nannie Clark Wallace Conklyn Danny Crump Myrtle Deskins Benita Douglas Kent Ellyson Charles Evelyn Diane Fisher Gwendalyn Fletcher Susan Flowers Brenda Guinn Glenn Handley James Hannabass Randolph Harper Clayton Helms Bettie Hockaday Robert Hogan Sarah Johnson Patsy Lewis Robert Lindsey Virginia Moore Richard Mountcastle Kenneth Naggy Anita Renalds Betty Richards Jackie Richards Stephen Scarborough Willie Sprouse Harvey Stewart Jane Sutton Kay Swindell Hallie Wallace Robert Walls Virginia Ward Janet Whitman Linda Wooten Ronald Worley Dianah Adams Gayle Allen Earl Anderson Grace Binns Wanda Sue Black Eddie Bowmer George Bridewell Jamie Burford Russell Curie Billie Davis Marian Davis Carole Dzula McCoy Farmer Virginia Fletcher Patty Glenn William Greogory Kendall Harrison Barry Lee Hatchett Ruby Hodge s Frank Johnson Glenn Joyner Nancy Luce Monty Mills Barbara Mountcastle Joan Mountcastle Loretta Mountcastle Warren Mountcastle Dennis Otey Elaine Otey Bobby Peace Curtis Powers Neil Richmond Wade Skidmore Jennie Lynn Snow Chris Spell Frances Sprouse Betty Stewart Mary Etta Taylor Mary Elizabeth Waddell Charlene Weston Mary Leigh White Alice Mae Whittaker Bobby Wilson Deborah Wilson Faye Williams Jirst S ' rade Barbara Anderson Robert Batkins Travis Bridewell Joyce Brown Tommy Burnette Elizabeth Cheatham Dale Church, Jr. Graves Crump Janis Dean Glenn Dowdy Larry Dzula Donald Fox Ellen Hannabass Mary Minor Hockaday Gail Hogan Mike Johnson Paulette Johnson Dianne Joyner Calvin Kelly Frederick Kirby Jeffrey Leftwich Ivan Palmer Earl Parsley Marvin Peace, Jr. W. C. Pearson, Jr. Charles Pitts Debby Scarborough Dickie Snow Cheryl Southard Dale Southard Cathy Sowder Rose Sprouse James Stewart Ronald Struder Reggie Wallace Michael Ward William Wendt Lee Weston Elaine Whitman r rwtm 1 GAY GRIFFITH Valedictorian St. Patrick Smith Citizenship Award BARBARA UPP Salutatorian KAY BATKINS Girls ' Athletic Award JOHN PEARMAN Ruritan Scholarship DEE DALRYMPLE Boys ' Athletic Award SHIRLEY ADAMS May Queen BARBARA UPP BEN GRAVES JACKIE KENT JOHN PEARMAN VIRGINIA TAYLOR MATTHEW WOOTEN JULIANNA RENALDS BILLY DENTON GAY GRIFFITH BRADLEY MOORE HENRY WARD JANE KING KAY BATKINS DEE DALRYMPLE JEAN SEWARD EMMETT COUCH BETTY WALLS DONALD McKAY ISABEL DAVIS LEON EDWARDS NATALIE GREGORY LUTHER LEBER 4 W SCORES Christ Church West Point Mathews Marriott King William Pleasant Hill Middlesex Charles City WE THEY DEE DALRYMPLE Captain MR. MEARS District SCORES Mathews Marriott King William Pleasant Hill Middlesex Charles City KAY BATKINS Captain MRS. 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Plumbing Wholesale Distributors Heating Water Systems VARIETY STORE Williamsburg Road in Sandston, Va. Yard Goods, Patterns _ Notions, Toys _ BINGLEY’S GULF SERVICE General Auto Repairing Route 60 Lanexa, Va. WILLIAMSBURG LAUNDRY AND COLLINS CLEANING CO., INC. Williamsburg, Virginia YORK INN SANDSTON Sea Food Specialists DRY CLEANERS SERVICE 124 East Williamsburg Road Phone 7 59 14th and Lee Sts. Sandston, Virginia West Point, Virginia Deliveries in New Kent County NEESE CENTER APPLIANCES LYLE N. BRIGGS, Owner PHARMACY 435 Prince George St. Phone CA 9-3484 Williamsburg, Virginia Highland Springs, Virginia JULIAN B. LIPSCOMB, Prop. Siegler Heaters Fedder Air Conditioners Agent Whitman Candies Tape Recorders - Hi-Fi Sets Radios and Agent Hallmark Cards RIDDLE’S PHARMACY “Prescriptions Since ’28“ West Point, Virginia ASHLEY TWIN OAKS FURNITURE STORE GIFTS West Point Phone 1098 MR. AND MRS. PAUL RICHARDSON Hotpoint Appliances New and Used Furniture Locust 4-36 17 Prop. J. E. ASHLEY Barhamsville, Va. Compliments of A FRIEND PHAUP’S Gas and Oil Friendly Service SERVICE STATION Williamsburg Road Sandston, Virginia Fishing and Hunting Equipment MARSHALL’S TEXACO SERVICE 24-Hr. Wrecker Service Day RE 7-1323 - Night RE-2580 320 W. Williamsburg Rd. Sandston, Va. FOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. Richmond Dairy Division “For the Best in Milk and Ice Cream” in Richmond 20, Va. SHARP’S MARKET Stop 12 Nine Mile Road Mi 89817 General Merchandise AMBULANCE VINCENT FUNERAL HOME 11th St. Between Main and Lee Phone 1 West Point, Virginia Cemetery Monuments F or Jobber Gasoline Go to STRANG’S R. M. HUGHES in 1614 Williamsburg Road Bottom’s Bridge Phone 661 2698 Williamsburg Road Chrysler-Plymouth Cars Richmond, Virginia Compliments of DR. F. W. HOWARD Compliments of WEST’S ESSO SERVICENTER Bottoms Bridge Quinton, Va. Quinton 751 CHARLES B. ESTIS Route 33 at Eltham Phone 406 West Point, Virginia WHITMORE CHEVROLET, INC. Phone 231 West Point, Virginia SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT Pontiac V axhaull HARDING AND YANCEY Sinclair Service Oldsmobile Tf) PONTIAC. Minor Auto Repair 4901 Government Road Richmond, Virginia Phone MI89943 COLONIAL A Trial Makes a Customer at DELICATESSEN 761 Scotland St. BILL’S Imported Domestic Groceries, Wines and Beers BARBECUE Submarine Sandwiches Open Till 12 Mid. 927 Myers Street Williamsburg, Virginia 5805 W. Broad Street Richmond, Virginia P. P. JOHNSON Meats, Frozen Foods, Oils, Farm Supplies Quinton, Virginia Phone 701 J. KENNON PERRIN Fair Oaks Phone RE 7-4146 Building Supplies Hardware Open Monday- Through Saturday THE PASTRY SHOP ALBERT DOUGLAS, Prop SINGER Fancy Cakes - Pies Bread and Rolls Birthday and Wedding Cakes SEWING CENTER Sewing Goods and Notions Phone CA - 927 31 Duke of Gloucester Street Williamsb urg, Virginia West Point, Va. DEPT. STORE Home of Better Values West Point, Va. V. M. WATKINS Providence Forge, Virginia Phone 251 Everything Good to Eat General Merchandise Gasoline and Oils Compliments of PAUL GORDON ASSOCIATES Custom Builders 5410 Williamsburg Road Opposite Byrd Airport Phone RE 7-4174 SELDEN’S JUNIOR DEPARTMENT STORE Highland Springs, Va. Phone: RE 7-4527 Complete Banking Trust Services Since 1927 CITIZENS AND FARMERS BANK West Point, Virginia Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation GALLAGHER’S MONTROSE BARBER SHOP PHARMACY in Prescription Druggist Richmond, Virginia Phone Milton 8-0552 Reg. 7845 1631 Williamsburg Ave. 3042 Meadowbridge Rd. m Richmond, Virginia TAYLOR HARRISON INC. CHICKAHOMINY in MOTORS, INC. Providence Forge, Virginia Providence Forge, Virginia CHPjVHO Telephone Providence Forge “Your Chevrolet Dealer for 26 W 06-2241 Today Years ’ Compliments The Finest in Beauty Care of HARRIS MACK AND RUTH WIGINGTON BEAUTY SHOPPE MI 4-7705 in It’s Your Duty to Preserve Your Beauty Sandston, Va. 1633 Williamsburg Road Richmond, Virginia Specialists in Hair Shaping STEPHENS FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY Phone WO 6-2206 Providence Forge, Virginia Chain Saws MOUNTCASTLE LUMBER, INC Paints - Hardware - Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Warwick, Virginia mount LWftABtR tb J. R. PARKER COMPANY, INC. Grain Dealers Providence Forge, Virginia Wo 6-2293 THE CHESAPEAKE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA West Point, Virginia A CAREER With A Future! If you like science and mathe¬ matics, consider engineering for your career! Engineering is the field of today and tomorrow. Progress is fast. New jobs are opening up every day. Plan for a job with a future—plan to be an engineer! 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