New Kent High School - Iliad / Cavalier Yearbook (New Kent, VA)
- Class of 1960
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Presented by the SENIOR CLASS of NEW KENT HIGH SCHOOL New Kent, Virginia Foreword The Cavalier is presented to you, the students of New Kent High School. In the years to come, when school is only a vague memory, may this book bring you many hours of pleasure. May it be a symbol of the hours spent in studying, of the fun-loving times, and of all the friends that you have made in your twelve years of school. IONE INMAN Editor BETTY GREGORY Business Manager Cavalier Staff IONE INMAN.Editor BETTY GREGORY-Business Manager JUDY DEAN.Asst. Editor JERRY ELLYSON.Asst. Bus. Mgr. DOROTHY WYNDHAM - - - Copy Writer PUTSY BOROUGHS.Proofreader KATHY WILLIAMS.Copy Writer JEAN SEWARD.Ad Sales Dedication We the class of 1960 dedicate this book to Mrs. Ila Williams who has given many years of hard work and unlimited service to the support of our school. We must pay her the tribute which she so richly de¬ serves. Her high ideals, character, and captivating spirit are implanted in the lives of the girls she has worked with. She is loved and respected by the whole student body, and the class of 1960 would like to take this opportunity to show our respect and love for her. Principal s Message To this year ' s graduating class goes my earnest wishes for a successful and gratifying future. I hope that each of you will realize the ambitions, dreams, and aspirations that you have developed while a stu¬ dent at New Kent High School. May you always have a belief in the worth and dignity of your fellow man and gauge your life accor dingly. Sincerely yours, d[. )T)6 d ADMINI , ST RATION The quality of mercy is not strained; It droppeth, as the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath; it is twice bless ' d — It blesseth him that gives , and him that takes. SHAKESPEARE O. S. MEARS Principal ANNE HUBBARD Secretary Faculty PRESTON CAMPBELL Math, History University of Richmond MRS. MARY JULIA POMFREY Latin, Math Florida State University F. B. COMER Math William Mary MRS. LOIS R. RICHMOND French, English Fairmont State College J. R. COUCHMAN English Asbury College MRS. EDNA DALRYMPLE Librarian William Mary Richmond Business College MRS. DOROTHY MEARS History, Physical Education Western Maryland College MRS. JACQUELINE R. PERRY Science Longwood College MRS. ELIZABETH ROBERTS Business Albany Business College THOMAS VIOLET Math, History William Mary MRS. ILA WILLIAMS Home Economics Radford Mary 1 gNj 1 ' | jSm | Jfe |H v N MSpipW m LJ. ' 1 III Hi! K V ;: : 1 1 1 B tb sSK3mK§ ' W Sm • § 1 1 jr MMm i SENIORS Vice President Treasurer - - ■ S. C. A. Rep. ■ BETTY GREGORY ROSE BOROUGHS LENNY MADISON President Secretary Reporter ■ -BOBBY PAUL DOROTHY WYNDHAM - HENRY WARD Senior Class Sponsor: MRS. MEARS CLASS COLORS: Red and Gold CLASS FLOWER: Red Carnations MOTTO: " The present is a fact the past, a memory; the future, a hope. " SHIRLEY ANN ALEXANDER May Court 4 Mm ROSE MARIE BOROUGHS Glee Club 2, 3,4; Softball 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; SCA Rep. 3; Mono¬ gram Club 3, 4; FHA 1,2, 3,4; Beta Club 4; Class Treasurer May Court KENNETH ROYAL BOWYER Football 1,2, 3, 4, All-District Center 4; Basketball 2, 3,4; SCA Rep. 1, Vice President 4; Mono¬ gram 2, 3, President 4; Literary Soc. 2, 3, 4; Junior, Senior Play; Forensics 1,3,4; KVG 3,4; Bus Driver 4; May Court 4 DONALD WAYNE BRADLEY KVG 3,4; Track 3 ALICE ELIZABETH GREGORY Monogram Club 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Soc. 1,2,3, 4; Girls ' State 3; May Court 1, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4; Junior, Senior Play; Beta Club 2, 3, Vice President 4; Class Of¬ ficer 1, 2, 3; SCA Treasurer 1, Fed-Trea 3, President 4; Holly Ball Queen 2. EDITH IONE INMAN Glee Club 3,4; FHA 2,3,4, Sec¬ retary 4; Literary Soc. 3, Treas¬ urer 4; Beta Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; One-Act Play 2; Junior Play; Class Secretary 3; Girls ' State; Yearbook Staff, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; May Court 4 ROLAND JOSEPH JOHNSON Literary Society 1,2, President 4, Vice President 3; Forensics 1,2,3, 4; Monogram 2,4, Vice President 3; Bus Driver 3; KVG 4; Class Offi¬ cer 1,2,3; Football 1,2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Junior, Senior Play; SCA Rep.; May Court 4 LEONARD ROY MADISON Football 2, 3, 4; JV Basketball 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram 2, 3,4; Literary So¬ ciety 4; KVG 3,4; SCA Rep. 4; Class Treasurer 2; Senior Play; May Court 4 JOYCE ALMA MARTIN Transferred from Great Lakes Christian College, September 1959 ROBERT HENRY McCORMICK, JR. Football 2, 3, 4; Monogram 3, 4; KVG 3,4; May Court 4; Boys ' : EDWIN BRADLEY MOORE Football 2, 3; Track 3; Monogram 2, 3, 4; KVG 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; May Court 3, 4 KENT SPAULDING MCLAUGHLIN Literary Club 1,2, 3; State Literary Meet; KVG 3,4; May Court 4; Senior Play HENRY CLYDE PACE, JR, Football Manager 1,2; Baseball Manager 1; Baseball 2,3,4; JV Basketball 1; Basketball 2; KVG 3, 4; May Court 4; Baseball 2,3,4 ROBERT MILTON PAUL Literary Society 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; KVG 3, 4; Football 1,2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Track 3, 4; Baseball 1, Manager 2, 3, 4; Jun¬ ior, Senior Play; Class Officer 3,4; Bus Driv¬ er 3,4; All-District Football 4; May Court 4 MILDRED JEAN SEWARD Literary Society 1,2, 3,4; Mono¬ gram Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treas¬ urer 4; Junior-Senior Play; FHA Historian 1; Photos 2, Secretary 3 Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4; Soft- ball 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Girls ' State; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; May Court 3, 4 CAROLYNN LEE SMITH May Day 4; Hollyball Queen; Basketball Captain 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 1,2, 3; Soft- ball 2,3,4; SCA Rep. 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Literary Society 2,3; FHA Club 1,2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Class Reporter 2; Cheerleader 3,4 GRAHAM WILLARD SMITH JV Basketball 1; Football 1; Junior and Senior Play; KVG 3,4 JAMES WAVERLY SMITH Football 2, 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base ball 4; Track 4; KVG 3, 4; May Court M Mm- ROSE MARIE STUCK FHA 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria 4; Prompter, Junior Play HENRY NATHAN WARD Class Officer 1-4; Football 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3, Vice President 4; Bus Driver 3,4; KVG 3, 4; May Court 3, 4; SCA President 4; Good Manners Award 3 HERBERT LEWIS WHITE, JR. Football 2, 3; Track 4; May Court 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Literary So¬ ciety 4; KVG 3,4 KATHLEEN MARY ANNE WILLIAMS Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4; Literary Club 4; FHA 4, President 4, State Convention; Sen¬ ior Play; Annual Staff 4; May Court 4 GEORGE THOMAS WILSON, JR. Football 1,2,3, Man¬ ager 4; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Base¬ ball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4; KVG 3,4; May Court 4; Senior Play; Junior Play; Track 4; Forensic Meet 4 DOROTHY LEE INEZ WYNDHAM Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Fed. Secretary 4; Literary Society 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Sec¬ retary 4; Class Historian 1,2; Monogram Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; May Court 4; Junior-Senior Play; Basketball Captain 4 Prophecy The year is 1960, and the place - the place is in the stars, somewhere beyond. The future of this year ' s Senior Class is appearing. I prophesy that; Kenny Bowyer will become the head chemist at Chesapeake. The plant will be de¬ molished many times through Mr. Bowyer ' s Experiments, but he will succeed. Shirley Alexander will marry the boy that she is engaged to now. They will have a happy family with many, many little " Wimpys. " Donald Bradle y and Henry Clyde Pace will become the President and First Vice President of a huge Tobacco Company in Richmond. They will create, manufacture, process, and smoke all the cigarettes and cigars the company produces. Betty Gregory will be in charge of the interior decoration of the New Kent Hilton Hotel. Buddy Johnson will be a big man in Sing Sing Prison. He will be the first man to have the honor of a successful escape from Sing Sing. lone Inman will become a great journalist with the New York Times and will marry her Clemson hero. Bobby McCormick will become a very rich farmer. He will be a confirmed bachelor. Joyce Martin will become Dean of girls at Florida Christian College. Henry Ward, after a courtship of ten years, will be wed to Joyce by his good friend, Leonard Madison, Pastor of Liberty Baptist Church. Jean Seward will marry her present steady who will become owner of the Chevrolet place. Bradley Moore will give Walt Disney ' s Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse much com¬ petition. Bradley will become a very successful cartoonist. Carolynn Smith will travel all over the world. She will be known as " Miss Official Heartbreaker of VPI. " Bobby Paul will become coach of Notre Dame. He will marry and have a family of fifteen. His own Junior Football League will become famous. Rose Marie Stuck will become a great publisher and write many successful stories about the Navy. Graham Smith will become a famous Hollywood actor. He will give Rock Hudson competition. Kathleen Williams will become President of the Lonely Hearts Club. James Smith will become head custodian of the brand new high school in the future capital of Virginia, New Kent. Herbert White will become a famous physician. He will perform many successful?? operations on people ' s heads. Dorothy Wyndham will be a secretary and wife of the president of the Ford Motor Company (Convertible Division). Tommy Wilson will win the title of " The Most Forgetful Beatnik. " He will become the president of the National Beatnik Club. Rose Boroughs will become a ring collector. She will collect rings from all the high schools in Virginia. Kent McLaughlin will become the principal of New Kent High School. His famous motto on the front of the school will be, " If at first you don ' t succeed, try, try again. " The Prophet Most Persevering: IONE INMAN KENT MCLAUGHLIN The Cutest; CAROLYNN SMITH BRADLEY MOORE Wittiest: DOROTHY WYNDHAM GRAY SMITH Friendliest; KATHLEEN WILLIAMS DONALD BRADLEY Most School Spirit; JEAN SEWARD KENNETH BOWYER Most Helpful; ROSE STUCK HENRY PACE Quietest; JOYCE MARTIN JAMES SMITH PPlisK ' Most Athletic; CAROLYNN SMITH BOBBY PAUL Most Courteous: ROSE BOROUGHS HERBERT WHITE Shyest; SHIRLEY ALEXANDER HENRY WARD Neatest; IONE INMAN BOBBY McCORMICK Most Likely to Succeed; BETTY GREGORY LEONARD MADISON The Sociables: JEAN SEWARD TOMMY WILSON Best All-Around BETTY GREGORY BUDDY JOHNSON Last Will and Testament We, the Senior Class of I960, being out of our minds, do hereby execute the following testament. Kenny Bowyer leaves his football position to John Fedors, and his love for Latin to Buddy Dalrymple. Shirley Alexander leaves her ability to behave in class to the present Juniors. Donald Bradley leaves his ability to go home to lunch to those who like to smoke. Rose Boroughs leaves her nickname " Putsy " to anyone who can stand the embarrassing situations it causes, and her love for 1940 Fords to anyone who likes old cars. Buddy Johnson leaves his ability to get into trouble in English IV class to Jeff Richmond, and his ability to keep school parties alive to Jimmy Ashley. Bobby McCormick leaves his amorous Boys ' State escapades to whoever goes next year. Betty Gregory leaves her many love problems to her sister, Nat, (as if she needs them) ir. hopes that she might find a happy solution, and her luck of being the only girl in math classes to anyone smart enough to " swing " it that way. Lenny Madison leaves his love for French to Barbara Williams. lone Inman leaves her " southern accent " to Mrs. Richmond who finally learned to translate it, and her height to Gloria Couch. Bradley Moore leaves his ability to flirt with all the girls to Jimmy Christian and his ability to get along with teachers to Billy Johnson. Joyce Martin leaves her quiet manner to Sandra Otey. Henry Pace leaves his little green car and his cigars to Carl Handley. Bobby Paul leaves his football skill to next year ' s football sq.uad. Jean Seward leaves her ability to go steady with a different boy every year to Linda Shirley and her sports car enthusiasm to Mr. Campbell. Gray Smith leaves his ability to play hookey to anyone who likes to hunt and fish, and his ability to tell jokes in front of teachers to anyone who likes ZEROES. Carolynn Smith leaves her ability to break up steadies to anyone who can stand the after effects and her love for dancing to Billy Johnson. James Smith leaves his long hair to anyone who can stand to have it and his comb to Jimmy Ashley. Rose Marie Stuck leaves her ability to tolerate former South Carolinians to anyone who can stand them, and her love (?) for history to Carol Lee Stuck. Henry Ward leaves his ability to get crimson red when the " Joy " of his life is mentioned to anyone who has been struck by cupid. Kathleen Williams leaves her atrocious spelling to Mrs. Richmond, her love for West Point to Ruth Dean, and her " Boyfriend problems " to Peggy Dean, as if she needed them! Herbert White leaves his ability to be absent from school every Monday and Friday to anyone who can do it and still be a Beta. Dorothy Wyndham leaves her love for white convertibles and hot rodding to Diane Morris and her temper to " fight for her man " to Nancy Roberts. Tommy Wilson leaves his ability to remember to anyone with elephant-like character¬ istics. Kent McLaughlin just leaves ... at last. -Jfl ’ Jfcn « Ji t __ « » • . I%HS, Im. % ' ?» ■ v. aj x ‘ ' Mil K PM IH S ' HHB . HHHHp r i i i L 4 11 L! 1 ill l J I a ■ - This Is Your Life Class of ' 60, you have looked forward for years to the time when you would be re¬ leased from what you have fondly called " jail. " Your " sentence " has been served; now each of you must go his own way and find a place in the world. Think back now upon the wonderful instructors you had, the friends you made, and the adventures you shared during the past twelve years. Of course, you ' ll never forget, but to help you to recall some of the outstanding events - Class of ' 60, THIS IS YOUR LIFE! In September, 1948, you originated as a class. Your growth has been that of any normal youth; in the beginning you grew and grew; with maturity you have slimmed down to a trim twenty-four. Of the many sweet faces you will always remember, the first is that of petite Mrs. Hockaday. Yes, she had the misfortune of beginning the taming of thirty-one little wildcats. Of the group, there remain Shirley Alexander, Rose Boroughs, Kenny Bowyer, Betty Gregory, Bobbie McCormick, Henry Pace, Bobby Paul, Carolynn Smith, Graham Smith, Henry Ward, Herbert White, and Dorothy Wyndham. You delighted in many new experiences without thought for the yet distant year of 1960. Do you remember how proud you were to be " Four-and-Twenty Blackbirds Baked in a Pie " for May Day? Recall that Mrs. Fisher advanced you in math and spelling in your second year. She skillfully guided you and gave you more self-confidence. Rose Stuck was added to your number. You took your first class trip in the third grade. Mrs. Orange was your teacher who thought you grown up enough to tour Yorktown. Mrs. Newton introduced you to " lan¬ guage. " In the fourth grade Miss Christian made you realize that you were no longer babies. You felt even more grown up when you joined the fifth grade in the Virginia Reel for May Day. One of the present twenty-four joined you at this point - Jean Seward from West Point. James Smith and Kathy Williams became a part of the class in the fifth grade at which point Miss Shorter introduced you to exams. The graceful Minuet was your contribution to May Day that year. In the sixth grade you had become so independent that you arranged a surprise party for Mrs. Robbins. Buddy Johnson was added to the class and you temporarily lost two members - Dot Wyndham and Kathy Williams. Again you danced the Vir¬ ginia Reel, this time to help celebrate the county ' s 300th anniversary in the May Day pageant. Another West Pointer, Tommy Wilson, joined you in the seventh grade. For the first time you elected class officers; Henry Ward was president. Severe discipline was Mr. Steiger ' s method of preparing you for the big step into high school. But, there were many good times to remember too. Most outstanding were your trip to Williams¬ burg and your Christmas program. In 1955, you finally started down the home stretch; clubs were open to you; you began changing classes; many different teachers entered the picture. Mrs. Perry was your homeroom teacher. With her help and that of Mr. Rudacille, your math and history teacher, you began to build a class treasury. You were happy to have Dot re¬ turn from South Carolina. Betty Gregory was your president and the lucky one to rep¬ resent you in the May Court. Your Freshman year brought even more changes. For one thing, Latin and algebra were added to your curriculum. You added another handsome new face, Lenny Madi¬ son. Mr. Waldrop put up with you in homeroom period. He helped you build up your funds by sponsoring dances and various sales. To celebrate its twenty-fifth year, New Kent High School held its first homecoming in September, 1956. Barbara Updike proudly represented your group. Betty was again elected president and May Court rep¬ resentative. Mr. Poindexter greeted you on your first day as Sophomores. The class had decreased over the summer months, so that it seemed strange. However you did happily add to your numbers by having Kathy Williams return from Africa and by welcoming a real southern girl, lone Inman, from South Carolina. Catherine Adams represented you in the May Court. With Buddy Johnson as class president, you continued to raise money for future use on a prom and a seemingly distant senior trip. You were especially proud of the sumptious dinner that Mrs. Williams helped you to serve the Farm Bureau. Two more handsome faces, Bradley Moore and Donald Bradley, awaited you in your " jolly Junior” year. Oh, how happy and proud you were to get your rings at last! Mrs. Richmond and your president, Henry Ward, led you as you co-sponsored the Corn Club Banquet and as you made plans for the best prom and play ever. Remember the good ♦times you had rehearsing and presenting " Later That Night " ? Jean Seward represented you in the May Court. Then came " Mardi Gras " ! You were all grateful to Mrs. Rich¬ mond and your parents for making it the best prom ever. On September 2, 1959, you were twenty-four, having added Joyce Martin to your group. Unbelievably, you were New Kent ' s Seniors. It is still hard to realize the fact. However as you ' ve sponsored the " shack " and displayed your acting talents in the " flawless " production of " Pleased Ta Meetcha, " doubtless you have begun to realize that your dream of twelve years ago is truly now a reality. Choosing your an¬ nouncements and making plans for your New York trip have added to the realization. It is time now, Class of ' 60, to part. Your life as a group is at an end. May your future have as many pleasant times as your " past " has had. Yes, Seniors, THIS IS YOUR LIFE! Now - " The present is a fact; the past, a memory; the future, a hope. " fc - : « ___ opr jhmHBl r % ' t To be, or not to be: that is the question . Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. Or to take arms against a sea of troubles, And by opposing end them. SHAKESPEARE President: WANDA DZULA Vice President: JACK KING Secretary: BETTY WALLS Treasurer; JOHN HODGE S.C.A. Rep.; THERESA LEONTUK Junior Class JAMES CHRISTIAN PAT COUCH JUDY DEAN WANDA DZULA GERALD ELLYSON MARY ELLEN ELLYSON DAVID FRANK ARTHUR GARTHRIGHT CARL HANDLEY JOHN HODGE JACK KING THERESA LEONTUK JAMES PEARMAN GLENN PRIDDY JOYCE STAS KIEL BETTY WALLS CHARLOTTE WOOTEN President: EDMUND TURNER Vice President: RUTH DEAN Secretary: JOHN FEDORS Treasurer: JAMES ASHLEY Reporter: FRANKIE CRAFT S.C.A. Rep. : OTIS TIMBERLAKE omore James Ashley Bonnie Barfknecht Lewis Barnett Robert Boroughs Wanda Cobb Betty Couch Frankie Craft Mable Dean Ruth Dean John Fedors Jane King Roe Martin Joyce Martin Marilyn McCormick Julia Philbates Sidney Philbates David Roberts Ray Shirley Wayne Sprouse Sharron Starkey Otis Timberlake Edmund Turner Kerman Ward Barbara Williams Billy Young David Zawodny His life was gentle, and the elements So mixed in him, that Nature might stand up, And say to all the world, f This was a man!’ SHAKESPEARE President: MARY LOU HANNABASS Vice President: FRANCES McCORMICK Secretary: SHIELDS DALRYMPLE Treasurer: MARSHALL PHILBATES S.C.A. Rep. JEFF RICHMOND Reporter: NATALIE GREGORY Freshman Class Norman Batkins Carolyn Belvin James Belvin Dottie Champ Harold Childers Charlene Cobb Eddie Cobb Joan Combs Gloria Couch Marsha Dean Peggy Dean Arlene Deskins Betty Duncan Dean Frame Natalie Gregory Mary Lou Hannabass Rex Hatchett Charles Johnson William Johnson Dorothy Kirby Susan Lindsay Dwayne Martin Frances McCormick David Moody Robert Couch Shields Dalrymple James Davis Herbert Parsley Marshall Philbates Virginia Philbates Anne Pomeroy Marie Richards Avrel Seabolt, Jr. Jeff Richmond Linda Shirley Brenda Swindell Frances Thompson John Throckmorton Harry Ward Emmett White Billy White Barbara Wooten Jean Moore Jane Parsley EIGHTH GRADE Diane Adams Robert Anerton Becky Barfknecht James Barlow Katherine Barlow Mary Combs Joann Conklin Faron Davis Paul Dean Richard Dean Randell Deskins Joan Douglas Myrtle Douglas Walter Dzula Linda Edwards Jean Griffith Cornelia Handley Anne Herbert Patsy Hodges Terry Isgett Available James Johnson Carroll Kelly Patricia Morris Sandra Otey 9b Is : ' Shirley Parsley Sandra Priddy Elsie Renal ds Nancy Roberts Joseph Saunders Nancy Sheppard Charles Smith Bert Stewart Carol Stuck Ethel Timberlake William Wallace Joyce Walls Joanne Ward Charles Wharff Shirley Whittaker Jimmy Willis Doris Wooten BLBlBsfl $£ - fh » . m ppf, J H|, 1 « ► 1 gi pjlr ■ : 1 i KITp irp ip rft fj ■ Tf L ■ISlR. £L fc.,1 -ft 4? M , President.KATHLEEN WILLIAMS Vice President-WANDA DZULA Secretary-IONE INMAN Photographer Advisor- Treasurer - --BARBARA WILLIAMS Reporter.GLORIA COUCH Historian.MARY HANNABASS - -JOYCE STASKIEL MRS. ILA WILLIAMS Glee Club The Glee Club, under the able direction of Mrs. C. N. Roberts, furnishes music each year for Christmas and Com¬ mencement. Literary Society President BUDDY JOHNSON Vice President HENRY WARD Secretary JANE KING Treasurer BONNIE BARFKNECHT President Beta Club Treasurer BETTY GREGORY JUDY DEAN Vice President Reporter JIMMY PEARMAN BETTY WALLS Secretary Sponsor IONE INMAN MRS. PERRY l! Pt ! pr Ir n iU B p 111 Lil ll! if PpifD hi 1 lri E| 5} f n|| ' 1 M ' llJ ll President HENRY WARD Vice President JAMES PEARMAN Secretary JANE KING S.C.A. Treasurer MARY HANNABASS Sponsor MRS. MEARS tl ' fc ram Club The Monogram Club is composed of those people who have been awarded recognition for their athletic or cheer-leading ability. Monograms are evi¬ dence of good team work and sportsmanship and are worn proudly by the owners. Bus Drivers The above pictured bus drivers, Bradley Moore, Jack King, James Pearman, Bobby Paul, Henry Ward, and Kenny Boyer have faithfully driven our young¬ sters to school day after day. They deserve recognition for their arduous job. Not pictured: Mrs. Peace, Mr. Violet, and Mr. Parsley. :kins. Pea is efficien ll Our Custodian Under the aid of Mr. Gordon Thompson, our janitor, the new locker room for the girls is now completed. It is now being used happily by the athletic girls. ATHLETICS 01 It is excellent To have a giant’s strength; but it is tyrannous ml1% ' mm To use it like a giant. SHAKESPEARE KENT BOBBY PAUL Most Valuable Player 1959 ' ' • ■Jt ' PjgJF . $ , " fcj ||f%, ■W ; 1 AT A j m 1 ■ Football Squad Coaches: OSCAR MEARS THOMAS VIOLET Co-captains: BOBBY PAUL BUDDY JOHNSON Managers: DAVID MOODY JAMES DAVIS Girls’ Basketball Squad — 1960 Coach MRS. MEARS Captains WYNDHAM, GREGORY, SMITH IL W m | r j| ' % «r tr™ ' If } jj j St r Jt oi, ' 5 S» 1 A ' ■y i iUMi J§|P 5M i JEl • - Mup I mM J v% v " ' il W.% 4La - 4 i ■MJBiHt i L r l j jlHy ■HHH JHH 9 A i 1 j ' Jfe till 1 f • i i W ► % J ■ L? .;■ Jx H 1 ■ Cheerleaders ■n pp f 1 f ' 1 HP if “ I ELEMENTARY MRS. GLADYS UPP Madison College Fifth Grade MISS MADELINE CARSWELL Flora Macdonald College University of North Carolina First Grade MRS. PHOEBE TAYLOR Mary Washington College Fifth and Sixth Grade MRS. LORRAINE HANDLEY Mary Washington College First and Second Grade MRS. GERTRUDE ROBBINS Mary Washington College Sixth Grade MRS. JANE LITTLEPAGE Mary Washington College Second Grade MRS. ELIZABETH DAVIS Longwood College Seventh Grade MRS. JAMES TUNSTALL University of Virginia Mary Washington College William Mary College Third Grade MRS. VIOLET TAYLOR William Mary Seventh Grade MRS. SALLIE TUNSTALL Madison College William Mary College Third and Fourth Grades MISS MARY CHRISTIAN Longwood College Fourth Grade Seventh Grade Gloria Adams Patricia Adams Milton Armandt Dianne Ballard Terry Batkins Joanne Black James Boroughs Gary Bradley John Britt Clyde Breneman Carole Burnett Charles Carlton Wayne Cheatham Janice Childers Jane Curie Carole Davis John Davis Horace Dean Frances Dreisback Charlotte Evelyn Karen Hatchett Claudia Hazelwood Judy Helms John Hodges Harvey Kirby Mary Ellen Levis Jane McKay Charles Parsley Sharon Potter Maxine Richards John Richardson Joe Riggs Carole Seabolt Sharon Shepperd Anna Faye Shirley Clyde Thompson Yvonne Turner Marion Wallace Donald Waxmunski Charles Williams John Zawodney Sixth Grade Joseph Alexander Edward Allen Patsy Arthur Edna Baldwin John Barlow Marie Bastick William Battle Lonnie Beaver Ray Belvin Edward Binns Edward Bowis Gerald Britt James Cobb John Combs Derwood Conklyn John Davis Robert Davis Albert Dean Jo Ann Dean Perry Deskins Linwood Dillard Harry Douglas Joel Douglas Robert Dzula Sandra Ellyson Sandra Farmer Barbara Hodges Anna Hollins Edward Johnson Charles Johnston Ronald Jordan Charles Leftwich Linda Mills Sammy Moore Tayler Moore Dennis Mountcastle Sallie Mountcastle Susanne Parker Norma Parsley Joe Peace Andrew Pitts Catherine Pomfrey Robert Seitz Charles South Robert Walker Juliet Walls Steven Ward Shirley Waxmunshi Edna Wendt Ryland Williams John Woodson Fifth Grade James Adams Linda Adams James Arthur Richard Barlow James Bradley Jo Ann Burnette Brenda Cheatham Lee Cobb Diane Duckworth Calvin Davis Raymond Davis Worth Davis David Dillard Raymond Dillard Jerry Douglas Linwood Gregory Natalie Hannabass George Higgins Sue Hockaday Shirley Johnson Virginia Kelly Joeena Kramek Tony Kramek Rosemary Lang Mary Luce Linda Martin Ruth Norwood Angelia Otey David Paul Courtney Pomeroy Gerald Powers Donald Prevish Janet Renalds Carol Shepperd James Small Lois Sorrell Susan Sowder Suzanne Spell Gilbert Sprouse Deana Stokes Linda Studer Nancy Valentine Betty Walker Marke Weber Richard West Frances Whittaker Temple Wilson James Wooten John Wooten Jerry Zawodny Fourth Grade George Allen Gayle Anerton Robert Armandt Henry Barlow Dale Barlow Donna Battle El wood Boroughs Elizabeth Bowis Carolyn Britt Nannie Clark Wallace Conklyn Myrtle Deskins Benita Douglas Carroll Ellyson Charles Evelyn Diane Fisher Gwendolyn Fletcher Susan Flowers James Hannabass Winston Helms Betty Hockaday Robert Hogan Robbie Lindsay Andrew Martin Virginia Moore Richard Mountcastle Kenneth Naggy Anita Renalds Bettie Richards Jackie Richard Harvey Stewart Johnny Stewart Elizabeth Sutton Kay Swindell Hallie Wallace Robert Walls Virginia Ward Janet Whitman Linda Wooten Ronald Worley Fourth Grade George Allen Gayle Anerton Robert Armandt Henry Barlow Dale Barlow Donna Battle El wood Boroughs Elizabeth Bowis Carolyn Britt Nannie Clark Wallace Conklyn Myrtle Deskins Benita Douglas Carroll Ellyson Charles Evelyn Diane Fisher Gwendolyn Fletcher Susan Flowers James Hannabass Winston Helms Betty Hockaday Robert Hogan Robbie Lindsay Andrew Martin Virginia Moore Richard Mountcastle Kenneth Naggy Anita Renalds Bettie Richards Jackie Richard Harvey Stewart Johnny Stewart Elizabeth Sutton Kay Sw indell Hallie Wallace Robert Walls Virginia Ward Janet Whitman Linda Wooten Ronald Worley Third Grade Dinah Adams I P James Alexander Gayle Allen Earl Anderson Grace Binns Wanda Black Eddie Bowmer George Bridewell Melissa Carroll Russell Curie Billie Davis Marian Davis Carole Dzula McCoy Farmer Virginia Fletcher Patricia Glenn William Gregory Glenn Handley Kendall Harrison Barry Hatchett Ruby Hodges Brenda Lang James Lang Nancy Luce Monty Mills Barbara Mountcastle Joan Mountcastle Loretta Mountcastle Warren Mountcastle Geraldine Norwood Dennis Otey Elaine Otey Bobby Peace Curtis Powers George Richardson Neil Richmond Sharon Seabolt Christine Spell Frances Sprouse Ray Sprouse Willie Sprouse Mary Taylor Connie Tuck William Valentine Mary Waddell Mary White Alice Whittaker Deborah Wilson John Wilson PHOTO Nat Avoiiobi Barbara Anderson Robert Batkins Travis Bridewell Thomas Burnette Elizabeth Cheatham Dale Church Graves Crump Janis Dean Larry Dzula Donald Fox Ellen Hannabass Mac Harris Mary Hockaday Gail Hogan Paulette Johnson Calvin Kelly Second Grade Frederick Kirby Joyce Lang Jeffery Leftwich Carol Martin Joseph Mihalcoe Linda Newton Earl Parsley Marvin Peace William Pearson Charles Pitts Marie Seabolt Cheryl Southard Catherine Sowder Betty Stewart Ronald Studer Reginald Wallace Michael Ward William Wendt Elaine Whitman Faye Williams First Grade Glenn Barlow Leroy Bardonie Janet Batkins Wade Barry Randy Black William Briggs Joyce Brown Wilbur Brown David Carlton Judy Conklyn Jay Deskins Lee Douglas Kenneth Farmer Thomas Gordon Cardie Hannabass Michel Harlow Allen Hazelwood William Hazelwood Glorie Hodges Johnny Hubbard Sylvia Johnson Janice Lang Joseph Lawerence Wiley Levis John Linka David Lockwood John Morgan David Mountcastle Mary Lou Mountcastle Michael Norwood Chip Piper John Pitts Mary Jo Potts Ted Priddy Billy Saunders Harold Seabolt Larry Small Lila Small Eugene Sorrell Dale Southard Nancy Sprouse Robert Sprouse Rosa Sprouse James Steward Renee Taylor Gwen Via Clyde Wendt Ricky Wooten 1 jm 1 . 1 Wg ly r wt V S r • i WBfc -«■ M wmK Mf y$ " if jB §M W : , .Wt w w m — -- Graduation 1960 BETTY GREGORY Valedictorian St. Patrick Smith Award, Scholarship State, Winner - " My True Security " • Junior Chamber of Commerce. IONE INMAN Salutatorian Best Girl Athlete DOROTHY WYNDHAM Best Boy Athlete JAMES SMITH Scholarship University of Richmond HERBERT WHITE Scholarship College of William and Mary HENRY WARD May Day — 1960 CAROLYNN SMITH - Queen BETTY GREGORY - Maid of Honor COURT Wanda Dzula Kathleen Williams Jean Seward Joyce Martin Mary Lou Hannabas Anne Herbert Rose Marie Stuck lone Inman Rose Boroughs Gloria Couch Ruth Dean Dorothy Wyndham ESCORTS Bradley Moore Tommy Wilson Buddy Johnson Henry Clyde Pace Bobby McCormick Herbert White Gray Smith James Smith Donald Bradley Kent McLaughlin Leonard Madison Henry Ward Bobby Paul Kenny Bowyer , -v Dean Frame Barbara Williams David Roberts KENNY Bi BUDDY J( ANNE PO: BETTY G VIRGINIA Track Team K. WARD Low Hurdles 220 Relay J. RICHMOND High Jump ■S " PP G. PRIDDY 880 J. SMITH J. DAVIS B. JOHNSON L. MADISON Low Hurdles 100 Yd. Dash 100 Yd. Dash 100 Yd. Dash 220 Relay D. ZAWODNY Broad Jump D. FRANK H. WHITE Broad Jump 440 J. ASHLEY 880 R. PAUL Shot Put Discus Not Pictured: ROLAND JOHNSON Broad Jump Shot Put Discus 220 Relay DAN SIMMONS High Jump CHARLES SIMMONS 440 COACH - PRESTON CAMPBELL Baseball MR. MEARS Coach 1 t -11 g» . $jg| ' f ' tASr fli a 4® jyjif it m B p §,,», %. v Sf®| € IB Ial ! Sf BSpHL Ip US v ; W 1 ■ 1 ■Pt • j||l lit-, mT ' S .J, ' ’ -J|||BBfc «; ,s £.; JPK. %vJB| BBS jHf ;f « ■ " - d» •« ■ - w ii ADVERTISERS This above all — to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. SHAKESPEARE MILLER AND BRADLEY, INC Abingdon, Va. VENEER LOGS LUMBER DEAN GREER, Rep. West Point, Va. Tel. 121 CITIES SERVICE PAT ' S CITIES SERVICE Coxson and Williamsburg Road Richmond, Va. Ph. RE 7-8948 PAT PATTERSON AND SON J. E. BRIZENDINE General Merchandise Barhams ville Virginia Stop at the Texaco Sign CHARLES B. ESTIS Route 33 at Eltham Phone 406 West Point, Virginia REXALL VILLAGE DRUG STORE Highland Springs Va. RE 7-2807 W. A. POST Woodland 6-2235 Plumbing - Heating Water Pumps Providence Forge, Va. ALEXANDER-PENLEY INSURANCE COMPANY 103 W. Williamsburg Rd. Sandston, Virginia BARKSDALE’S Compliments of DRUG STORE ANDERSON’S ESSO SERVICECENTER Cosmetics - Candy- Sundries Sandwiches - Magazines Toano, Va. CENTER PHARMACY JULIAN B. LIPSCOMB WINSTON B. LIPSCOMB Whitman ' s Candies Phone LO 4-9980 Toano, Va. WILLIAMSBURG HARDWARE CO. Complete Line of Hardware Bypass and Penniman Road Highland Springs Virginia Phone CA - 9-3091 Williamsburg, Va. P. P. JOHNSON Meats, Frozen Foods, Oils, Farm Supplies Quinton, Virginia Phone 701 C ompliments of C ompliments of LA VINE DEPARTMENT STORE 1553-55 East Main Richmond, Virginia m 1 PROVIDENCE FORGE ESSO SERVICENTER Providence Forge, Virginia STRANG’S 1614 Williamsburg Road 2698 Williamsburg Road Richmond, Virginia LEIGH BOWLING CENTER " Ten Modern Air Conditioned Alleys " Highland Springs, Virginia Compliments of BILL WEST Sandston, Va. Phone Regent 3-3976 3 West Old Street BRINKLEY CO., INC. Wholesale Fruits and Produce Bennett ' s Mayonnaise Dixie Margarine Light White Flour Hunt Club Dog Food Sausage and Hams Cheese and Eggs Petersburg, Virginia Phone K and Q 5-2811 DICKMAN’S DIXON MOTORS Motor Saws - Outboard Motors Lawn Mowers Chain Saw Bar Work AIRPORT GULF SERVICE STATION Mattaponi, Va. C ompliments of MARTEL’S FURNITURE STORE A FRIEND " Home of Quality Furniture and Appliances " Toana, Va. RCA - Zenith - Motorola Radio and Television Repairing WOODY’S RESTAURANT Sea Foods - Steaks Fried Chicken West Point Virginia West Point, Va. Route 33 MRS. CORNELIA HOWARD Prop. Motowfa Phone West Point 9i93 BINGLEY’S Compliments of GULF SERVICE LUM AND ABNER’S General Auto Repairing BARBER SHOP Phone WO - 6-2655 Lanexa, Va. West Point, Va. Compliments of SANITARY BARBER SHOP " BILLY AND JESSE” WYATT’S ESSO SERVICE West Point, Va. West Point, Va. CAPITOL MOTEL (golf) ( jv) Capitol Landing Road Williamsburg, Va. JAKE’S GULF STATION MR. AND MRS. R. B. KEENE Owners Phone CA. - 9-5215 West Point, Va. f r L. You ' re money ahead! H. E. STEWART SON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Lanexa, Va. Distinctive Furniture BUTTS FURNITURE COMPANY " Our Neighborhood Location and Resulting Economics in Overhead Make Our Prices Consistently Lower! " Williamsburg, Virginia V. M. WATKINS Providence Forge, Virginia Phone 251 Everything Good to Eat General Merchandise Gasoline and Oils SLATE EQUIPMENT CO. INC. John Deere Logging and Farm Equipment and Parts Phone 301 1800 Main Street West Point, Virginia C ompliments of MACK AND RUTH WIGINGTON in Sandston, Virginia W. R. SNYDER GENERAL MERCHANDISE Texaco Gas and Oil Phone Toano Lo. 4-3354 Norge, Virginia YORK TIRE AND RECAPPING CO., INC ' Tinstone FIRESTONE Tires, Tubes and Batteries Phone: 390 West Point, Virginia SCHMIDT FLORIST Quality and Artistry in Flowers Williamsburg, Virginia Two Locations to Serve You 1317 Richmond Road and Duke of Gloucester St. Flowers by Wire, Everywhere CARTER SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY Evergreen Road Richmond, Virginia Oldest Concern in Richmond Phone Milton 3-7341 GUTHRIE’S HARDWARE Compliments SPORTING GOODS of BPS Paints DR. Phone 92 FRED H. CAMPBELL West Point, Virginia MASSEY ICE AND COAL Esso Fuel Oil Ninth and Kirby Streets Phone 78 SUTTON’S TEXACO SERVICE STATION West Point, Virginia West Point, Virginia teS J -joS« F. A. PERRY, INC. Texaco Petroleum Products West Point, Virginia Phone: 116 GENERALf|| ELECTRIC O. G. (PETE) BURNETTE Philco - Magnavox Maytag RAILEY ' S APPLIANCES 1817 W. Broad St. Elgin 9-5759 18th and Main Phone 301 SLATE RICHARDSON EQUIPMENT CO., INC. John Deere Farm and Construction Equipment West Point, Virginia For Fresh Flowers Funeral Designs Wedding Corsages and Arrangements Cut Flowers Potted Plants Arrangements for Parties WEST POINT FLORISTS MRS. REVA WALKER Resident Mgr. Phone 635 Cities Service Gas and Oil Groceries Fish and Meats CITIES SERVICE MILES SEAFOOD Route 30 in Eltham PAMUNKEY MOTOR SALES Fourteenth Street West Point, Virginia Telephone 310 SELDEN VARIETY STORE Holly Avenue and Nine Mile Road Highland Springs, Va. NEESE APPLIANCE CO. 435 Prince George St. CA 9-3484 Williamsburg, Va, Sales and Service on All Makes E. H. WHITEHEAD C. M. WHITEHEAD YORK WHOLESALE COMPANY Wholesale Grocers Terms: Net - Weekly West Point, Va, We Cater to Parties WILSON’S SEA FOOD RESTAURANT Sea Food in Season TIDEWATER INSURORS R. TYLER BLAND R. TYLER BLAND, JR. GENERAL INSURANCE HORACE AND ERMA Owners 14th Street West Point, Va. West Point, Va. Phone 288 WOODSON MARINE SPORT SALES . West Point, Va. Guns Ammo Fishing Tackle Snack Bar THE VALUE SHOP IF IT’S GOOD FOOD YOU WANT ... SHIRLEY’S BAR-B-Q Williamsburg Road Richmond, Virginia West Point, Virginia Phone 174 MOUNTCASTLE LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Paints - Hardware - Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Providence Forge 9917 1 2 Jefferson Ave Phone WO-6-2221 Warwick, Virginia I tD PARSLEY’S SHELL SERVICE SANDSTON DRY CLEANERS SERVICE ■STOW ll AND SAVE Bottoms Bridge Quinton, Va. 124 East Williamsburg Road Sandston, Virginia Deliveries in New Kent County AMBULANCE VINCENT FUNERAL HOME 11th St. Between Main and Lee Phone 1 West Point, Virginia Cemetery Monuments IF IT’S GOOD FOOD ELTHAM SEAFOOD Highway 30 West Point, Va. 441 Telephone: 660 T. O. SALES Quality Furniture and Appliances GARDEN INN Williamsburg Road Richmond, Virginia RE 7-8927-Phone OGG SALE Men ' s and Ladies ' Ready-to-Wear Shoes for the Entire Family West Point, Virginia Main Street - Phone 604 Baits Motor ED ALLEN Boats for Hire Fresh Water Fishing Duck Blinds Fishing Tackle Sandwiches in Corner 15th and Main Streets West Point, Va. Walkers, Va. J. R. PARKER COMPANY, INC WE WELCOME YOUR ACCOUNT Complete Banking and Trust Services Since 1927 CITIZENS AND FARMERS BANK West Point, Virginia Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SANDSTON VARIETY STORE Yard Goods, Patterns Notions, Toys Williamsburg Road Sandston, Va. G. W. OTEY AND SON Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Main St. , West Point, Va. Phone West Point 462 or Locust 4-3780 THRIFT INSURANCE CORPORATION " Your Protection Is Our Business " Representing Only the Best Stock Insurance Companies Since 1921 YORK INN Sea Food Specialists Phone 759 14th and Lee Sts. EDLOES SERVICE STATION Tires - Tubes - Accessories " AMOCO White Gasoline " Phone CA 9-4501 West Point, Virginia By-Pass Road at York Street Williamsburg, Va. Compliments of Compliments of MATTHEWS ESSO STATION WEST’S ESSO SERVICENTER Williamsburg, Va. 1420 Richmond Road Bottoms Bridge Compliments of Quinton, Va. Quinton 751 J. A. WILLIAMS JR. ELECTRONIC SERVICE Quinton, Va. For Reservation Call CA 9-3621 COLONIAL MOTEL Owned and Operated by MR. AND MRS. ANGELO COSTAS B. E. GEDDY GENERAL MERCHANDISE Route 60 - Richmond Road Newest, Most Up-to-Date Motel in Williamsburg Toano, Va. BUCKTROUT FUNERAL SERVICE Williamsburg ' s Oldest Funeral Home Fair - Reasonable - Efficient Phone CA-9-3822 Williamsburg, Va, SHELDON LUMBER CO., INC. Established 1944 The Upper Peninsula ' s Lumber and Building Supply Dealer Telephone: LO 4-3311 Williamsburg Store By-Pass Road CA 9-1411 Toano, Virginia G. A. KELLY WATCHMAKER JEWELER MANUEL’S CHARCOAL STEAKS Diamonds Watches Silverware China Featuring in Charcoal Steaks Als o Phone 707 Raw Bar West Point, Virginia Route 60 Richmond, Virginia STEWARD’S AUTO SALES B. A. HOWE We Buy and Sell Clean Used Cars GROCERIES 24-Hour Wrecker Service Gas and Oil Phone: Day 657 Nite ST 5-2133 West Point, Virginia Richmond, Virginia Lanexa, Va. MOUNT VERNON MOTOR LODGE P. O. Box 235 Phone CApital 9-2501 U. S. Route 60 Williamsburg, Virginia Oldsmobile WHITMORE CHEVROLET, INC. Phone 231 West Point, Virginia Chevrolet PHAUP’S SERVICE STATION Gas and Oil Friendly Service Williamsburg Road Sandston, Virginia Fishing and Hunting Equipment COMPLIMENTS OF DR. F. W. HOWARD RIDDLE’S PHARMACY " Prescriptions Since ' 28 " West Point, Virginia TALLEY ■ ■■ THE PASTRY SHOP ALBERT DOUGLAS, Prop. FURNITURE STORE Fancy Cakes - Pies Home Furnishings Duo-Therm Stoves Bread and Rolls Birthday and Wedding Cakes Radio and Electrical Appliances Phone CA - 92731 Duke of Gloucester Street West Point, Virginia Williamsburg, Virginia UKROP’S EUGENE’S FOOD STORE ATLANTIC SERVICE 1621 Williamsburg Road Richmond, Virginia Sandston, Virginia TIM’S Compliments of AMOCO SERVICE SHADY OAK INN Port Richmond Route 60 Telephone 9197 Lanexa, Va. JOSEPH E. WROBLICK THE TIDEWATER REVIEW J. W. ADAMS GENERAL MERCHANDISE All Kinds of Job Printing Dealer in Pulp Wood and Logs GEORGE F. BORUM Editor Phone 166 Phone - Quinton 496 West Point, Virginia Tunstall, Virginia Compliments of BANK OF HENRICO Sandston and Highland Springs Virginia Complete Banking Service Deposits Insured Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FISHING AT IT ' S BEST DILLON’S RETREAT On Beautiful Chickahominy Lake Windsor Shades, Va. U.S. 60 BOATS MOTORS BAIT LA VOGUE CLEANERS A Trial Makes a Customer at BILL’S BARBECUE Stop 26 Nine Mile Road 927 Myers Street 5805 W. Broad Street RE 7-4042 Richmond, Virginia Compliments j WEST POINT RESTAURANT of B. W. GRAVES 14th and Main Street West Point, Va. GO - GULF - GO CITIES SERVICE COMMUNITY SERVICE STATION PORT RICHMOND MOTOR SERVICE Gulf Products EUGENE F. JACKOWSKi Box 375 Phone 237 West Point, Virginia West Point, Va. ROBERT PRIDDY Phone: 435 C ompliments of A FRIEND NELLY CUSTIS MOTEL Compliments of U. S. 60, Williamsburg Road SANDSTON PHARMACY Quinton, Virginia T oni ' s Tile Baths - Air Conditioned Phone Quinton 501 Sandston, Virginia ' ame SEALTEST SOUTHERN DAIRIES DIVISION National Dairy Products Corporation P. O. Box 5230 Richmond 2 0, Virginia Cadillac Oldsmobile Paper and Careers ' ' TODAY there are more than 100,000 different uses for paper . . . and the search for new uses never ends. That is why this fast-growing industry is now the fifth largest in the country . . . and why it needs trained researchers and techni¬ cians for future growth. Our company, a pioneer kraft manu¬ facturer, joins with other mills in spon¬ soring college scholarships in paper tech¬ nology. It also offers scholarships for study in a subject of the student’s choice. For information, write: Public Relations Department — MANUFACTURERS OF KRAFT PULP AND PAPER WEST POINT, VIRGINIA It pays in many ways to buy ice cream at any ice cream store -- especially W. HIGH’S” Thoro ' s • HIOH ' S •tor noar you PAUL GORDON ASSOCIATES Sunburne Park Scottie Farms sjesjc % sjs 5 ; % Je Phone: Res. WO 6-2538 Office WO 6-2558 WILLIAM S. HAZELWOOD Real Estate Gen. Contractor 5410 Williamsburg Rd. RFD 3 Richmond, Va. Lanexa, Virginia CASEY’S, INC Box 366 Williamsburg, Virginia Shop in Restored Williamsburg A CAREER With A Future! If you like science and mathematics, consider engineering for your careerl Engineering is the field of today and tomor¬ row. Progress is fast. New jobs are opening up every day. Plan for a job with a future—plan to be an engineer! VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY
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