New Kent High School - Iliad / Cavalier Yearbook (New Kent, VA)
- Class of 1962
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CAVALIER fie Gavafier 1962 yCew Jt ent Jhlig i School Vn lrginia ffew Ti en l Jfffh School ew JCent, IJ ryinia Office of the r Principaf Principal ' s Jltessacfe Last June, as you, then Juniors, watched the Class of 1961 move out to become the Alumni of New Kent High School, your senior year stretched before you with the gift of Time. Now its close, culminating in your graduation, is upon you. You, as have been the others, are unique; unique to your parents, to your teachers, and especially to me. You have made your own place in New Kent Elementary and New Kent High School and in my heart. And it is to you that I say, " Thank you for work well done, for your steadfast loyalty, for your friendship. " As you go out from our active nurture into much wider cicles, I know that from the heart of all your teachers, as well as from mine comes the prayer for you: " The Lord bless thee and keep thee: The Lord make His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee and give thee peace. ” Dedication Not only because through our twelve years ' schooling, he has been a source of our security by his firm discipline; has been our never failing friend and advisor; has been, is, and will be an inspiration to us by his absolute integrity; but also because of the simplest, yet deepest, motive - our love for him - we, the Class of 1962, dedicate our Cavalier to. . . OSCAR SAWYER MEARS 9i orewory cf We, the Cavalier staff, have done our best to compile this year¬ book for your enjoyment. We sincerely hope that as you look back, years from now, on your days spent at New Kent, that this yearbook will serve as a happy reminder of the 1961-62 school year. Speaking on behalf of the Senior class, we should like to thank our teachers, advisors, and other friends for having made these past twelve years enjoyable and profitable ones. We wish to each and every one of you the best that life has to offer. I should like to express my thanks and appreciation to all those who have worked with the Cavalier this year. iBa fl arVGL DAVID ALLEN ROBERTS " To do on earth a noble part God lent this soul. And when he reached the cherished goal God caught him back unto His heart. " 0 ADMINISTRATION MR. G. M. HODGE Superintendent MRS. SUE AYRES Elementary Supervisor MR. OSCAR SAWYER MEARS Principal MRS. JOHN HUBBARD Secretary MRS. PAUL RICHMOND Guidance Director MRS. W. B. CLUVERIUS, JR. University of Richmond University of Virginia English, Mathematics Not Pictured MRS. A. SHIELDS DALRYMPLE Willaim and Mary Richmond Business College Librarian MRS. CLYDE CALVIN DAVIS Longwood College Mathematics, Science MRS. OSCAR SAWYER MEARS Western Maryland College History, Geography MRS. TEMPLE V. POMFREY Florida State University Latin, Mathematics MRS. ANDREW LEE ROBERTS University of Virginia N. J. T. C. at Montclair French, History, English MRS. CHARLES N. ROBERTS Albany Business College Business CLAUDE ROGER ROWLAND Randolph-Macon Cornell University Science EDWARD STANSFIELD Houghton College Union Theological Seminary English, History MRS. J. A. WILLIAMS Radford Home Economics SENIORS ' em or Gfa ass veers President: JOHN FEDORS Secretary: JAMES ASHLEY Vice-President: EDMOND TURNER Treasurer: LEWIS BARNETT Reporter: WILLIAM YOUNG COLORS FLOWERS Green, Yellow, and White Daisies and Chrysanthemum MOTTO " Our tomorrows reflect our Yesterdays. " cS. enior Gfa ass JAMES EDWARD ASHLEY, JR. LEWIS BOROUGHS WANDA GAYLE COBB FRANCES DAVIS CRAFT BET TIE JANE COUCH JOHN COURTNEY FEDORS JOYCE MARIE JANE LOUISE KING MARTON FRANK DANIEL McCREERY, JR MARILYN ANN McCORMICK STARKEY EUGENE TIMBERLAKE, JR, EDMOND DOUGLAS TURNER BARBARA McConnell WILLIAMS DAVID ALBERT ZAWODNY Senior Directory JAMES EDWARD ASHLEY, JR. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; Baseball 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; K. V. G. 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. BONNIE CALLIE BARFKNECHT Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, Historian 2, 3, 4; Literary Society 1, 2, Treasurer; Monogram Club 2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; Junior Play; Senior Play; Girls ' State; May Court 4. JOSEPH NORMAN BATKINS Football 2, 4; Baseball 2; Track 2. LEWIS GARLAND BARNETT Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; Basketball 4; Class Secretary 4; K. V. G. 4; Bus Driver 4; May Court 4. ROBERT ARTHUR BOROUGHS Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; K. V. G. 3, 4; Track Manager 3, 4; May Court 4. WANDA GAYLE COBB F.H.A. 1,2,3, Vice-President 4, President; Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. BET TIE JANE COUCH Basketball 1; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; May Court 4. FRANCES DAVIS CRAFT F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Literary Society,2; Class Reporter 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; May Court 4. MABLE IRENE DEAN Glee Club 1, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Historian; Upper Tide¬ water Federation, President; Annual Staff 4; Junior Play; May Court 3, 4. RUTH PAULETTE DEAN F. H. A. 1, Reporter 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Monogram Club 2; S.C. A. 3; Junior Play; Softball 2; May Court 2, 4. PEGGY MARIE DEAN F.H.A. 1,2,4; May Court 4. JOHN COURTNEY FEDORS Basketball 1, Manager 2, 3, 4; Football 1, Manager; Track 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1; Class President 4; Bus Driver 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. JANE LOUISE KING F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2; Literary Society 1, Secretary; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4; President; S. C. A. 1, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3; Vice-President 4; President; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Class President 3; Junior Play; Holly Ball Queen 4; Senior Play; May Court 3, 4. Senior directory (continued r ) JOYCE MARIE MARTIN Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.H. A. 1, 2; Literary Club; May Court 4. MARILYN ANN McCORMICK F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Club 1, 2; One-Act Play 1; Basketball Manager 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Annual Staff 4; May Court 4. FRANK DANIEL McCREERY, JR. Football 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; Track 4; K. V. G. 4; May Court 4. JULIA ANNE PHILBATES Softball 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; F.H. A. 1,2,3, 4; One-Act Play 1; Glee Club 1,2, 4; Literary Society 1,2; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play; May Court 4. SIDNEY EMMIT PHILBATES, JR. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 4; K.V.G. 4; Senior Play; May Court 4. ROY WAYNE SPROUSE K.V.G. 4; May Court 4. SHARRON ANN STARKEY Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Society 1, 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President; One-Act Play 1, 2; Forensics 1, 3, 3rd Place Poetry; Class Treasurer 3; F.H.A. 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls ' State 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Annual Business Manager 4; May Court 4. OTIS EUGENE TIMBERLAKE, JR. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain; Baseball 2, 3, 4; S.C. A. 2; Mon¬ ogram Club; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. EDMUND DOUGLAS TURNER Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player, Co-Captain; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3,4; Track 3, 4; K.V.G. 4; Class President 2; Class Vice-President 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Boys ' State 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. KERMAN EARL WARD Football 1,2,3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; K. V. G. 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; May Court 4. BARBARA McCONNELL WILLIAMS One-Act Play 1, 2; Class President 1, Sec¬ retary 3; S.C. A. 4; Beta Club 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Literary Society 1,2; F. H. A. 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Betty Crocker Award 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. WILLIAM LESLIE YOUNG Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Bus Driver 4; K.V.G. 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 4. DAVID ALBERT ZAWODNY Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Track 2, 3; K.V.G. 4; May Court 4. o MOST STUDIOUS Sharron Starkey John Fedors BEST DRESSED Edmond Turner Barbara Williams BEST ALL AROUND Jane King James Ashley MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Bonnie Barfknecht James Ashley WITTIEST Frances Craft Lewis Barnett MOST POPULAR Jane King James Ashley MOST HELPFUL Bettie Couch Robert Boroughs MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Sharron Starkey John Fedors QUIETEST Julia Philbates Wayne Sprouse MOST BASHFUL Joyce Martin David Zawodny BEST LOOKING Ruth Dean Edmond Turner FRIENDLIEST Bonnie Barfknecht Frank McCreery MOST COURTEOUS Mable Dean Kerman Ward MOST ATHLETIC Wanda Cobb Edmond Turner MOST COOPERATIVE Marilyn McCormick Robert Boroughs I %W » K i m-Jk r 1 «n ■ ■ 1 w, ■ 1 L, ,. jK L » . lilllj: " ! ' %W ■ CProphecy It is the year 1982. Scene, the Mears Gymnasium. This is the reunion of the class of 1962. The gymnasium, which seats 5, 000, is decorated withe the theme " Hawaiian Holiday. " John Fedors and Edmond Turner are the authorities on the decorations. They have an engineering firm on Waikiki Beach and are presently engaged in building a bridge from Hawaii to the mainland. Otis Timberlake and the former Bonnie Barfknecht have just arrived with their families. They are especially proud of the gym. Otis is the Boy ' s coach; Bonnie, the girTs. On the stage, the world-renowned Barney Barnett and his Combo are warming up for some swinging music. Coming in now are Wayne Sprouse and Sidney Philbates; they are both teachers at New Kent; they teach a special course on the " How’s of Good Behavior. " Photographer for this occassion is Joyce Martin, special photographer for the President of the United States. A crowd seems to be arriving. It ' s the Dean girls - the former Deans. It seems that they all married the boys whom they were dating while in high school; they all have wonderful families. Who is that coming in wearing a general ' s uniform? It ' s William Young! He is now a 5-star general. He Never married, but continues to romance girls - on four continents instead of in four counties. Not far behind comes head Postal Inspector of the FBI, Norman Batkins, with his lovely wife. The former Jane King just arrived. She came from California, where she is teach¬ ing, just for this occassion. After graduation Wanda Cobb went to New York and quickly became a famous model, with her picture on the covers of many magazines. Frank McCreery is entering, looking a little upset - He ' s been having trouble with the pocket-sized TV set that he is inventing. Our classmate Marilyn McCormich is coming in now with her husband. She married him after having been his secretary for only one year. Just behind Marilyn comes David Zawodny and Robert Boroughs - the professed woman haters of the class. They are trappers in the Yukon. Julia Philbates, living up to the character that she portrayed in the senior play, is now a very rich society matron. Kerman Ward is in the corner arguing with his army buddy about which service is the better. Kerman is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force. Bettie Couch just arrived, wearing a very chic gown which she designed for one of the leading fashion houses. James Ashley and his wife just came in. James is a Supreme Court Justice, special¬ izing in judicial review. On the floor dancing we find Frances Craft, who is now principal of Granby High in Nor fork. Arriving among the last is Barbara Williams with her husband, a French designer, whom she met on a buying trip for Marshall Fields, Chicago. The last of the class to arrive is Sharron Starkey. She is head of the psychology department at William and Mary. She had a late class. The lights dim, the band begins playing, and voices coming from all direction are saying " Remember when . . . Oh, no! It can ' t be! Marilyn! Wanda! How are you? I ' m fine. It ' s so good to see you. It ' s been years! Has it been? I suppose it has. When was the last time we saw each other? Hmm. . .1 think that it was after our graduation party. I had thought that graduation day would be the happiest day of my life, but when Mr. Mears said, " You are now the new alumni of New Kent High School, " I nearly died - it was so sad. Remember how all the girls cried! We started and ended school the same way - CRYING. Speaking of starting school. . .just think, there were forty of us then. Any¬ one could tell who was in the first grade when everyone was out on the play¬ ground - a lonely little tyke crying his heart out, " I don ' t like school; I wanta go home. " The average rainfall of the state surely did rise that year. Our attitude toward school changed under the motherly guidance of Mrs. Linkus, our second grade teacher. Learning how to write our names instead of printing them seemed to be a monumental accomplishment to us - all 48 of us. Our first separation came in the third grade when our class became too large for one group. Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Orange shared the privilege of introducing 52 of us into the mysteries of the multiplication tables. I ' m afraid that I wasn ' t as attentive as I should have been, for my fingers still play a large part in solving my math problems. In the fourth grade under the capable tutelage of Miss Christian and Mrs. Hubbard, we were introduced to many new subjects. The study of the history of Virginia, which made us aware of the decisive part that our Commonwealth had played in the forming of our nation, made us proud at an early age that we are Virginians. We were introduced also to - Horrors! - SIX-WEEKS TESTS. Good grief, remember the May Day in the fifth grade? Those crepe paper costumes in yellow, lilac, and green! Yes, and later when the sun grew hot, the 46 lilac, green, and yellow little children. Poor Mrs. Upp and Mrs. Taylor really had their problems trying to instruct the anxious mothers how to remove the dye from the skin and not the skin from the children! We gave our sixth grade teachers, Mrs. Robbins and Mrs. Taylor, surprise parties. We invaded Jamestown on our class trip - boy, was that a blast! It has never recovered from the 49 strong onslaught. The seventh grade was a busy year. The Honor Roll was started. We elected class officers for the first time - Bonnie Barfknecht was President. We gave Mrs. Fisher a surprise party which was fun. The class launched a 46 man attack on Williamsburg. But, the biggest occassion of all was our graduation from New Kent Elementary. The eighth grade - remember those science, his tory, and math classes? You must be kidding - who could forget them? I think that the thirty-seven of us were Mr. Mears’ favorite class. I think so, too. He surely was in our room practically every day. Yes, I remember. . .no trip, no popsicles, no privileges. . . You, Wanda, represented us in the May Court and our class officers were: President, Sharron Starkey; Vice-President, Russ Parker; Secretary, Ruth Dean; Treasurer, Marsha Dean; and Reporter, Barbara Williams. We were good in the ninth grade. We were??? Sure, we didn’t have anything taken away from us. I suppose we had grown up a bit during the summer. We were then in high school, busy with many new subjects, teachers, and changing classes. The class officers representing us were: Barbara Williams, Pres.; Norman Batkins, Vice-President; James Ashley, Secretary; John Fedors, Treasurer; Edmond Turner, Reporter; and David Roberts, S.C. A Rep., Jane King was our May Court representative. With Edmond Turner, President; Vice-President, Ruth Dean; Secretary, John Fedors; Treasurer, James Ashley; Reporter, Frances Craft; Otis Timberlake, S.C. A. Rep., and Ruth Dean, May Court representative, all 26 of us made it through the tenth grade. Who can ever forget our Junior year - Goldent Crumbles (Ugh!), the Spaghetti Supper, " Dear Diary, " and the Junior-Senior Prom. You know it was months before I ate spaghetti after that! Our class officers were: Jane King, President; Edmond Turner, Vice- President; Barbara Williams, Secretary; Sharron Starkey, Treasurer; and Ruth Dean, S.C. A. representative, and Mable Dean represented us in May Day. Good old Senior year - man, that was a year and a half, wasn’t it? You said it! Remember " It’s Great to be Crazy, ” our Senior Play? Yes, we were all so frightened the night of the play. That year our class officers were: John Fedors, President; Edmond Turner, Vice-President; Lewis Barnette, Secretary; James Ashley, Treasurer; Billy Young, Reporter; Barbara Williams, S.C.A. Representative. And how all 26 of us dreamed about our trip to New York. Everyone was so proud of our boys winning the district championship again that year. May Day was certainly a day to remember thanks to the planning and preparation of Mrs. Charles Roberts and all the students and teachers who work¬ ed so diligently. Jane King was our May Queen, and Wanda Cobb was Maid of Honor. In retrospect, all our school years were wonderful, due to our parents, faculty, and friends. Oh, my lands! It’s five o’clock. I’ll have to race to make the bus. It’s been wonderful seeing you again. Let’s meet sometime for lunch. Oh, fine. Bye ’till then. 3asf 111) ancf Testament In the 31st year of our school. New Kent High School, we the members of the Senior class of nineteen-hundred and sixty-two, do hereby make and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, revoking any and all others previously thought up. I, James Ashley, leave my love for dancing to Carrol Kelly. I, Bonnie Barfknecht, leave my ability to " yell my head off " at games to Ethel Timberlake. I, Peggy Dean, leave my love for Gloucester to Dorothy Kirby. I, Barbara Williams, leave my ability to spend most of my time in a fog to anyone with his head in the clouds. I, Wayne Sprouse, leave my best wishes to any Junior who needs them. I, Bettie Couch, leave my love for washing dishes to Susan Lindsay. I, Julia Philbates, leave my quietness to Natalie Gregory. I, Mable Dean, leave my love for carpenters to Jo Ann Dean. I, Frank McCreery, leave bus Number 26 and all its troubles to whoever wants them. I, Sharron Starkey, leave my poetic ability. I, Marilyn McCormick, leave my love for taking up money at the games to anyone who wants to freeze. I, John Fedors, leave my love for Fords to Mary Lou Hannabass. I, Edmond Turner, leave my ability to sneak off to Middlesex with John to Natalie Gregory. I, Jane King, leave my love for dachshunds to Gloria Couch. I, David Zawodny, leave to anyone who can do it, my ability to find holes in the football line. I, Sidney Philbates, leave my ability to be quiet to Jimmy Davis. I, Lewis Barnett, leave my love of covered wagons to Susie Hannabass. I, Frances Craft, leave my love for cheerleading to Beckie Barfknecht. I, Wanda Cobb, leave my ability to roll my eyes and bat my eye lashes to Natalie Gregory. I, Ruth Dean, leave my ability to get along so well with my Romeo to Diane Adams. I, Robert Boroughs, leave my name " Snake " to anyone who is good enough to live up to it. I, Otis Timberlake, leave my ability to make noise in Study Hall to Mrs. Dalrymple. I, William Young, leave my reputation as Senior class Casinova to Avril Seabolt. I, Norman Batkins, leave my place on the squad to Terry Lee Batkins. I, Kerman Ward, leave my love for football to Eddie Allen. I, Joyce Martin, leave my ability to confuse bookkeeping figures to anyone who can. JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President, JEFFREY RICHMOND Treasurer, MARSHALL PHILBATES Vice-President, VIRGINIA PHILBATES Secretary, FRANCES McCORMICK S. C. A. Representative, DAV.ID MOODY Jt unior Gfa ass Shirley Cook Gloria Couch Jeffrey Richmond Brenda Swindell Avrel Seabolt Frances Thompson Virginia Philbates Anne Pomeroy Emmett White Marshall Philbates SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President, LINDA HARRELL Treasurer, SHIRLEY WHITTAKER Vice-President, RUTH ANN AYERS Secretary, FARRON DAVIS S. C. A. Representative, HERBERT STEWART ass Diane Adams Robert Anderton Becky Barfknecht Katherin Barlow Carolyn Belvin Joanne Conklyn Robert Couch Farron Davis Walter Dzula Jean Griffith Cornelia Handley Linda Harrell Patricia Hodges Charles Wharff Shirley Whittaker Myrtle Douglas ' ? ■LWJ ' - - 1 Harry Ward Joanne Ward 1 loria Da] itricia A ilton AYi srry Bath mes Bore illiam B iry Bradl .yde Brer John Britt Carol Lee Burnette Charles Carlton Peggy Colley Jane Curie John Davis Carol Davis Paul Dean Frances Dreisbach Linda Edwards Charlotte Evelyn Suzanne Hannabass David Hatcher Claudia Hazelwood Judy Helms John Hodges Terry Isgett Ellen Levis Jane McKay Sandra Otey Sharon Potter Maxine Richards John Richardson Gordon Robinson Carol Seabolt Sharron Shepperd Roger Staskiel Clyde Thompson Yvonne Turner Donald Waxmunski v.. Charles Williams John Zawodny JOHN WOODSON President JOHN DAVIS Vice-President ANNA HOLLINS EDWARD ALLEN Secretary Treasurer DENNIS MOUNTCASTLE S.C.A. Representative C Sracfe Joseph Alexander Edward Allen Patricia Arthur Edward Binns Robert Bennett Marie Bostick Jerald Britt Not Pictured Wayne Cheatham Carolyn Chisenhall John Davis Horace Dean Jo Ann Dean Richard Dean Joel Douglas Robert Dzula Sandra Ellyson Sandra Farmer Barbara Hodges Anna Hollins Charles Johnston Ronald Jordan Harvey Kirby Linda Mills Taylor Moore Dennis Mountcastle Sallie Mountcastle Jackie Murray Russel Norton Norma Parsley Joseph Peace Catherine Pomfrey Robert Seitz Paul Sites Robert Walker Juliet Walls Steven Ward Shirley Waxmunski Edna Wendt John Woodson Mary Hannabass REPORTER Sharron Starkey Anne Pomeroy VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY -TREASURER Jane King PRESIDENT John Fedors Farr on Davis Ruth Ann Ayers Jeffrey Richmond Marshall Philbates Natalie Gregory Patricia Hodges Shirley Caro! Whittaker Stud Jane King PRESIDENT Virginia Philbates VICE-PRESIDENT Patsy Hodges SECRETARY John Davis TREASURER Student Cooperative dssociation Barbara Williams SENIOR David Moody JUNIOR Herbert Stewart Peggy Colley SOPHOMORE FRESHMAN Suzanne Hannabass FRESHMAN Dorothy S. Mears SPONSOR Dennis Mountcastle EIGHTH OFFICERS Treasurer: MARILYN McCORMICK President: WANDA COBB Historian: MABLE DEAN Vice-President: FARRON DAVIS Reporter: PATSY HODGES Secretary: FRANCES McCORMICK Photographer: YVONNE TURNER Sponsor: MRS. J. A. WILLIAMS Ghe S ee GfuS The 1961-62 Glee Club is composed of forty-one high school girls. Under the able leadership of Mrs. Charles N. Roberts, it furnishes music each year for the Christmas and Commencement programs. Cflnnuaf MRS. ANDREW LEE ROBERTS.Sponsor Editor.BARBARA WILLIAMS Assistant Editor.MARY LOUISE HANNABASS Business Manager.SHARRON STARKEY « Assistant Business Manager — - ----ANNE POMEROY Artist.JANE KING Typists.MABLE DEAN MARILYN McCORMICK WANDA COBB JULIA PHILBATES SUSAN LINDSAY ACTIVITIES Carnival Queen: SALLIE MOUNTCASTLE Crowned by: NANCY ROBERTS Jfoffij 53 off Queen Holly Ball Queen: JANE KING Escort: JOHN FEDORS Staff Mrs. Elizabeth Peace, HEAD DIETITIAN Mrs. Peace Mrs. Dean Marie Thompson Mrs. Batkins Pearl Adrams Mrs. Dean John Fedors Fra nk McCreery Kermond Ward. Mr. Parsley Edmond Turner William Young Lewis Barnett 1 Natalie Gregory Gloria Couch Frances McCormick Frances Craft Virginia Philbates Ruth Dean Nancy Roberts Charlotte Evelyn Ethel Timberlake CO-CAPTAINS Bonnie Barfknecht and Jane King ATHLETICS District () lamp ions I960 District Ghampions I96t New Kent- - - - - 6 VS. Middlesex- - - 0 New Kent- -20 vs. Pleasant Hill- -0 New Kent- -26 vs. Tappahannock - - ■ ■ - - 6 New Kent- -32 vs. Grange Hall- - - 0 New Kent- -26 vs. West Point - - - - -0 New Kent- -27 vs. Mathews-- - - - 7 New Kent- - - - - 0 vs. Christ Church - - - - - 26 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Edmond Turner MANAGERS John Throckmorton Dennis Mountcastle COACH O. S. Mears CAPTAINS James Ashley Robert Boroughs Edmund Turner Lewis Barnett N. Batkins T. Batkins L. Barnett E. Boroughs R. Boroughs G. Bradley C. Breneman R. Couch S. Dalrymple J. Richmond F. McCreey A. Seabolt C. Thompson O. Timberlake K. Ward B. Steward E. Turner D. Waxmunski C. Wharff B. Young D. Zqwodny COACH: Mrs. Oscar Mears Wanda Cobb Sharron Starkey Ruth Dean Julia Philbates Carol Stuck Jane King Bonnie Barfknecht Charlene Cobb Dean Frame Shirley Whittaker MANAGER: Cornelia Handley Farron Davis Carol Burnett Linda Harrell Virginia Philbates Jane Curie Frances Dreisback Charlotte Evelyn Jane McKay COACH: Mr. Oscar Mears MANAGER: David Moody Otjfs Timberlake James Ashley Edmond Turner Shields Dalrymple Marshall Philbates James Ashley Otis Timberlake MANAGER: Gary Bradley Sidney Philbates James Davis John Fedors Herbert Stewart Lewis Barnett Donald Waxmunski a ! ELEMENTARY 5 £ m e n a r y a c u f y MISS MADELINE CARSWELL Flora McDonald College University of North Carolina First Grade MRS. A. C. HANDLEY Mary Washington College First Grade MRS. F. R. LITTLEPAGE Mary Washington College Second Grade MRS. CORRY MULLIGAN Farmington State Teacher ' s College Second Grade MRS. J. T. TUNSTALL University of Virginia Mary Washington College William and Mary College Third Grade MRS. W. P. TUNSTALL Madison College William and Mary College Third and Fourth Grades MISS MARY CHRISTIAN Longwood College Fourth Grade MRS. E. W. UPP Madison College Fifth Grade MRS. W. C. TAYLOR Mary Washington College Fifth and Sixth Grades MRS. S. C. ROBBINS Mary Washington College Sixth Grade MRS. R. K. TAYLOR, JR. William and Mary College Seventh Grade MR. L. J. WILSON Atlanta Christian College Seventh Grade Linda Adams James Arthur Joseph Ayers Ray Belvin James Bradley Percy Boughton JoAnne Burnette Brenda Cheatham James Chisenhall Sandra Colley Derwood Conklyn Calvin Davis Raymond Davis Robert Davis Albert Dean Perry Deskin David Dillard Picture Linwood Dillard Raymond Dillard Harry Douglas Dianne Duckworth Steven French Linwood Gregory Natalie Hannabass Laurice Harrell Sue Ann Hockaday Seventh Sracfe Edward Johnson Shirley Johnson Virginia Kelly Charles Leftwish Mary Beth Luce Linda Martin Danny Moody Ruth Norwood Angelia Otey David Paul Andrew Pitts Courtney Pomeroy Gerald Powers Bonnie Presley Janet Renalds Susan Sowder Charles South Suzanne Spell Gilbert Sprouse Linda Studer Elizabeth Walker Marke Weber Frances Whittaker Ryland Williams Temple Wilson James Wooten Randy Bennet Six A Sracfe James Adams George Allen Gayle Anerton Robert Armandt Henry Barlow Richard Barlow Norma Sue Bogart Thomas Bogart Carolyn Britt Myrtle Deskins Benita Douglas Jerry Douglas Carroll Ellyson Charles Evelyn Diane Fisher Gwendolyn Fletcher Susan Flowers James Hannabass Betty Lou Hockaday Shari Johnson Robbie Lindsay Edward Marston Andrew Martin Virginia Moore Richard Mountcastle Kenneth Naggy Donna Norton Carol Pitts Donald Prevish Anita Renalds Carol Shepperd Judy Sites Lois Sorrell Elizabeth Sutton Kay Swindell Nancy Valentine Harriet Wallace Robert Walls Virginia Ward Janet Whitman Linda Wooten John Woo ten Ronald Worley Jerry Zawodny James Alexander Gayle Allen Earl Anderson Robert Barlow Grace Binns Wanda Black Sherry Bogart Elwood Boroughs Edward Bowmer George Bridewell Melissa Carroll Steve Chisenhall Nannie Conklyn Wallace Conklyn John Curie Billie Davis Marion Davis Carole Dzula McCoy Farmer Mary Fletcher Patricia Glenn William Gregory Glen Handley Kendall Harrison Clayton Helms Ruby Hodges Robert Hogan Oracle Donna Johnson Nancy Luce Monty Mills Barbara Mountcastle George Mountcastle Loretta Mountcastle Geraldine Norwood Dennis Otey Elaine Otey Robert Peace Curtis Powers Betty Richards Jackie Richards George Richardson Sharron Seabolt Susan Shealor Vernon Sites Christine Spell Ray Sprouse Harvey Stewart Mary Taylor Connie Tuck Mary Waddell Paul Ward Mary White Alice Whittaker Deborah Wilson John Wilson Picture Not Available Dianah Adams Barbara Anderson Robert Batkins Gain Bogart 4.uj Travis Bridewell Thomas Burnette Elizabeth Cheathman Graves Crump Janis Dean Glenn Dowdy Larry Dzula Deborah Ernest Picture Not Available Picture Not Available Ellen Hannabass Mary Hockaday Gail Hogen Paulette Johnson Picture Not Available Calvin Kelly Frederick Kirby Jeffry Leftwich Patricia Levitskey Thomas Marston Carolyn Martin Joseph Micholcoe Joan Mountcastle Marvin Peace William Pearson Charles Pitts Marie Seabolt Cheryle Southard Catherine Sowder Frances Sprouse Willie Sprouse Betty Stewart Ronald Studer Reginald Wallace Michael Ward William Wendt Elaine Whitman UJiircf Jrac e Franky Ayers Janet Batkins Glenn Barlow William Briggs Joyce Brown David Carlton Judy Conklyn Elwood Croswell Jay Deskins Lee Douglas Christopher Easter Kenneth Farmer Donald Fox Thomas Gordon Cardwell Hannabass James Harris Allen Hazelwood William Hazelwood Gloria Hodges Sylvia Huddleston John Hubbard Sylvia Johnson Joseph Lawrence Wiley Levis John Linka David Lockwood John Morgan David Mountcastle Mary Mountcastle Michael Norwood John Pitts Michael Pitts Robert Piper Mary Joe Potts Mary Pomfrey Ted Priddy William Saunders Harold Seabolt Eugene Sorrell Dale Southard Milton Sprouse Nancy Sprouse James Stewart Renee Taylor William Valentine Gwendolyn Via Faye Williams Richard Wooten Picture Not Available Daniel Adams John Adams Dianne Allen Thomas Anderson Richard Arthur David Belvin James Bennett Gail Berry Herman Berry Bradley Bogart James Boyd David Bradley Robert Briggs David Carroll Charles Chisenhall Victor Croswell Catherine Crump Carolyn Davis Charles Davis Cynthia Davis Joanne Davis Wayne Davis Rose Deskins Kenneth Douglas Jeannie Duckworth James Eades Darlene Ernest Oracle Thomas Evelyn Michael Figuly Janet Gammon Jeffery Hale James Hockaday Jay Hubbard Edwin Martin Kenneth Miller Robert Otey Roger Pitts Dickie Richards Gary Roach Cathy Saunders Catherine Seitz Debbie Snead Gerald Sprouse Rosa Sprouse Elmer Stewart Theresa Stuck Marjorie Sutton Dennis Taylor Wade Timberlake Margaret Via Carlton Walls Clyde Wendt Nancy Wooten Ruby Wooten Debbie Adams Karen Berry Duffy Bevlin Dianne Black Julia Britt Wilbur Brown Michael Burnette Anita Conklyn Michael Cooke Darlene Cox Larry Croswell Lois Deskins Michael Dillon Dale Douglas Phillip Figuly £ddie Fisher Wanda Fox Jay Francisco Henry Glenn Kevin Harrell Susan Hazlewood Amanda Helms Joyce Helton William Helton Kim Hennaman Linda Huddleston Kim Isgett Juanita Kelly S racfe Pamela Lawrence Chris Leftwich Connie Marston Mike McLaughlin Sawyer Mears Jackie Michalcoe Susan Michalcoe Mac Mills Robert Moody Beth Mountcastle Nancy Mountcastle Robert Morgan Debbie Otey George Philbates Raymond Putze Kitty Queen Eddy Robinson Michael Simmons Jerry Snead Carol Southard Ellen Spell Robert Seitz Charles Stewart William Stewart Wayne Studer Jayne Thomas Pat Timberlake Stephen Tuck Nancy Vaughan SHARRON STARKEY Poetry First Place District First Place State MARSHALL PHILBATES Boys Prose First Place District Second Place State JEFFREY RICHMOND Boys ' Public Speaking First Place District Third Place State NANCY ROBERTS Girls ' Prose Third Place District BONNIE BARFKNECHT Girls’ Public Speaking JOANNE WARD Spelling 0.racA? WILLIAM YOUNG 880 - First Place 100 YARD DASH 220 YARD DASH 440 YARD DASH 880 YARD DASH E. Turner J. Ashley A. Seabolt W. Young J. Ashley J. Davis S. Philbates D. Moody J. Davis Second Place First Place SHOT PUT M. Philbates L. Barnett J. Hodges Second Place LOW HURDLES Kerman Ward First Place HIGH JUMP F. McCreery BROAD JUMP J. Fedors DISCUS L. Barnett W. Young S. Dalrymple 880 RELAY J. Ashley K. Ward J. Davis E. Turner ( JICay Day THEME: Physical Fitness in the Space Age Mable Dean Robert Boroughs Shields Dalrymple Gloria Dale Adams Frances Craft James Ashley Peggy Dean Kerman Ward Bonnie Barfknecht Frank McCreery Bettie Couch William Young Ruth Ann Ayers Avrel Seabolt TT ; i Ruth Dean David Zawodny Shirley Waxmunski John Fedors Julia Philbates Wayne Sprouse Marilyn McCormick Sidney Philbates Sharron Starkey Lewis Barnett Barbara Williams Norman Batkins Natalie Gregory David Moody New Kent New Kent New Kent New Kent New Kent New Kent New Kent New Kent Mathews Marriott King William Pleasent Hill Middlesex Charles City West Point Grange Hall J iircf J j ace Graduation June 12, 1962 JOHN FEDORS Valedictorian Lynchburg College Scholarship BARBARA WILLIAMS St. Patrick Smith Citizenship Trophy Ruritan Scholarship Perfect Attendance Award SHARRON STARKEY Class Representative MABLE DEAN Salutatorian Graduation June 12 , 1962 JANE KING Historian RUTH DEAN Giftorian WANDA COBB Girls ' Athletic Award EDMOND TURNER Boys ' Athletic Award CASEY’S INCORPORATED Box 3 66 Williamsburg, Virginia PORT RICHMONL MOTOR COMPANY VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY It ' s your power to live better now . .with power in re serve for new won¬ ders coming your way. Live Better Electrically Port Richmond, Virginia Artesian Well Drilling Pumps and Water Systems O. C. BRENNEMAN Phone WOodland 6-2236 Providence Forge, Virginia BRAD’S DRUG STORE J. A. WILLIAMS B. V. SPIVEY, JR., Prop. Quinton, Virginia Providence Forge, Va. Compliments COPLAND of TRACTOR COMPANY NELSON Massey-Ferguson Tractors FUNERAL HOME New Holland Equipment Richmond, Virginia Providence Forge, Virginia C. H. EVELYN PILING CO. Pine, Hardwood and Cypress Piling Providence Forge, Virginia Phone WOodland 6-2273 TAYLOR HARRISON, INCORPORATED Providence Forge, Virginia 30 Years of Chevrolet Sales and Service MIDWAY DINER STRANG’S Providence Forge, Virginia 1614 Williamsburg Road Phone WOodland 6-7Z83 2698 Williamsburg Road •A Good Place to Eat Richmond, Virginia STEPHENS FARM EQUIPMENT Allis -Chalmers Tractors and Implements Sales and Service Providence Forge, Virginia ;SJmmd funeral pCtmtc Cemetery Monuments West Point 1 Virginia BANK OF HENRICO Sandston Mechanicsville RIDDLE’S PHARMACY ' Prescriptions Since ' 28 ' West Point, Virginia WEST POINT RESTAURANT Steaks Chops and Seafoods Telephone 9983 LAYFIELD MOTORS, INCORPORATED Cars and Trucks New and Used Sales Service Telephone RE 7-2811 B. G. VAUGHAN’S STORES Groceries - Meats - Vegetables Junction U. S. 33 and 16B Lanexa, Virginia Phone West Point 377W1 and Highland Springs, Virginia Live a Little Relax on the Chickahominy Fish at ED ALLEN ' S Boats - Bait - Tackle Restaurant " Plenty of Fish " Rooms Camp 1 Chickahominy Lake; Walkers, Virginia Camp 2 Chickahominy River; Lanexa, Virginia E. P. BINNS NEW KENT TAVERN Texaco Gas and Oil ANN AND LEWIS GHIOTTO On Route 60 Providence Forge Providence Forge, Virginia Virginia WOodland 6-7270 PROVIDENCE FORGE OIL CO. V. M. WATKINS Gasoline Kerosene and Fuel Oil Providence Forge, Virginia Phone WOodland 6-2251 Motor Oils and.Lubricants Providence Forge, Virginia Everything Good to Eat General Merchandise Gasoline and Oils KATHRYN JOYCE AGENCY Insurance and Surety Bonds Providence Forge, Virginia Telephone WO 6-2243 SUNCO PAPER TUBES 817 Perry Street Richmond, Virginia Telephone BE 2-1331 TWIN OAKS GIFTS MR. AND MRS. PAUL RICHARDSON Barhamsville, Virginia LOcust 4-3617 Compliments of DOCTOR HOGE w e s t P o i n t BEN FRANKLIN STORE V i r § i n i a f£Nim CARLTON’S TV Sales Zenith - Motorola - Norge Radio and Television Repairing - - - All Makes Telephone 392 West Point, Virginia Mctivwta GLENN L. REYNOLDS YORK SUPPLY COMPANY West Point, Virginia THE PASTRY SHOP ALBERT DOUGLAS, Prop. Fancy Cakes - Pies Bread and Rolls Birthday and Wedding Cakes Building Materials Ready Mixed Concrete Farm Supplies Telephone 53 West Point, Virginia Phone CA 9-2731 Duke of Gloucester Street Williamsburg, Virginia Compliments of DR. F. W. HOWARD COLONIAL TYPEWRITERS 601 Pr ince George Street Williamsburg, Virginia CApitol 9-5818 Royal Typewriters Victor Adding Manual Machines Electric Calculators Portables School Supplies TIDEWATER INSURORS R. TYLER BLAND R. TYLER BLAND, JR. General Insurance West Point, Virginia Phone 228 MOUNTCASTLE LUMBER COMPANY, INCORPORATED Paints - Hardware - Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Providence Forge and 9917 1 2 Jefferson Ave. Phone WO 6-2221 Newport News, Virginia SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE, INCORPORATED Providence Forge Branch Providence Forge, Virginia Telephone WO 6-2297 Feed Seed Fertilizer Tire Center Liquid Nitrogen Spreading Farm Supplies jJj You ' re money MRS. C. D. RICHARDSON Providence Forge, Virginia H. E. STEWART SON Phone WOodland 6-2212 GENERAL MERCHANDISE Lanexa, Va. General Merchandise E. L. TURNER Plumbing Heating Air-Conditioning Free Estimates Work Guaranteed Phone 500 West Point, Virginia GREER-JACKSON WOODFIN’S PHARMACY DEPARTMENT STORE Expert Prescription Cool Lane Shopping Center Service j 1911 Mechanicsville Pike Mechanicsville Pike Milton 4-3640 BAND BOX F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. CLEANERS Williamsburg Shopping Center 517 Prince George 1254 Richmond Rd. Williamsburg, Virginia Williamsburg, Virginia BOSWELL YORK INN SUPPLY COMPANY Sea Food Specialists Plumbing - Heating Air - Conditioning Southern Fried Chicken Smithfield Harris- Phone CA 9-4890 14th and Lee Streets 702 Scotland St. Williamsburg, Virginia West Point, Virginia THRIFT INSURANCE CORPORATION " Your Protection Is Our Business " Representing Only the Best Stock Insurance Companies Since 1921 SUTTON’S TEXACO SERVICE STATION GO GO EUGENE’S COMMUNITY SERVICE STATION West Point, Virginia West Point, Virginia MAC’S WOODSON RADIO AND T. V. SERVICE MARINE AND SPORTS SALES Motorola - Zenith Sales and Service Small Electrical Appliance Repair West Point, Virginia Sporting Goods Evinrude Motors Browning Guns Snack Bar Boats Ammo Phone 966-2848 Providence Forge, Virginia Phone 9986 B. W. FORD SALES, INC. Sales - Service Ford Cars and Trucks 14th Street West Point, Virginia Phone 397 Thunderbird - Falcon WILLIAMSBURG SUPER SERVICE J. B. MILLS Amoco Products GENERAL MERCHANDISE cmnp Williamsburg, Virginia Phone CApital 9-5100 Lanexa, Virginia Phone 377-J-4 COLONIAL DELICATESSEN CITIES SERVICE Open 9 A. M. 12 P.M. Williamsburg, Virginia PORT RICHMOND MOTOR SERVICE Box 375 West Point, Virginia ROBERT PRIDDY Phone: 435 P. P. JOHNSON Meats, Frozen Foods, Oils, Farm Supplies Richmond Food Store Member Quinton, Virginia Telephone 932-8381 SANDSTON VARIETY STORE INCORPORATED 5 West Williamsburg Road Sandston, Virginia Notions Toys Housewares REXALL VILLAGE DRUG STORE Highland Springs Virginia RE 7-2807 YORK TIRE AND RECAPPING COMPANY, INCORPORATED West Point, Virginia Telephone: 390 Firestone Tires Recapping Delco Batteries One-Day Service Alignment and Brake Service KAUFMAN’S FAMILY CLOTHIERS Lawndale Shopping Center 3718 Williamsburg Road Richmond 31, Virginia Phone 643-6496 Complete Line of Clothing, Shoes, and Accessories for the Entire Family BUTTS FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishing s Williamsburg, Virginia HAWTHORNE DRY CLEANERS Laundry and Shoe Repair w. w. ESSO SERVICE Barham sville, Virginia Sandston RE 7-2431 Highland Springs Clean Rest Rooms Lubrication RE 7-2881 Oil Change Tire Repairs Serving Entire New Kent County Excellent Service West Point, Virginia TIDEWATER REVIEW GEORGE F. BORDM, Editor LEIGH BOWLING CENTER " Ten Modern Air Conditioned Alleys " Phone 166 Automatic Pin-Setters West Point, Virginia Highland Springs, Virginia Compliments of DARI-TREAT West Point, Virginia Compliments of OLD DOMINION GRAIN ANDERSON’S ESSO SERVICEC ENTER West Point Virginia Toano, Virginia WHITMORE CHEVROLET,INCORPORATED Oldsmobile Chevrolet Phone 231 West Point, Virginia Vauxhall if) PONTIAC. Corvair A FRIEND G. W. OTEY AND SON @5 KINGS HILL PH ARM AC Y Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Main Street 3630 Williamsburg Road West Point, Virginia Dial MI 9-0564 - MI 9-0565 Phone West Point 462 Richmond, Virginia LAWSON OGG AND SALE EQUIPMENT COMPANY INCORPORATED West Point, Virginia Men ' s and Ladies ' Telephone West Point 471 Ready-to-Wear Shoes for the Entire Family Farmall and International Tractors McCormick Farm Machines West Point, Virginia Main Street - Phone 604 Save po»- The Future I 9t m Citizens An 4 Famers Bo.uk " 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 EASTERN BOWL EDDIE’S DRIVE-IN (Located at Charles City Road) (Opposite Byrd Airport) 24 AMF Automatic Ten Pin Lanes SANDSTON DRY CLEANERS SERVICE 124 East Williamsburg Road Sandston, Virginia Deliveries in New Kent County (and Williamsburg Road) would like to take this oppor¬ tunity to thank all the people of the school, who so often visit our place of business for something to eat. We are al¬ ways glad to have you. Best wishes to everyone. Thank you Paper and Careers A | ODAY 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 UKROPS WOODY’S RESTAURANT Sea Foods - Steaks Fried Chicken West Point, Virginia MRS. CORNELIA HOWARD INCORPORATED " Service With a Smile " Lawndale Shopping Center Richmond, Virginia DEE BEE SUPER MARKETS Proprietor Service Quality Telephone West Point 9993 Economy BOBBIE ' S BEAUTY SHOP West Point, Virginia Telephone 658 Compliments of WEST’S ESSO SERVICENTER Bottoms Bridge BENSCHOTEN CARTER INCORPORATED Fire - Surety Bonds - Auto Life - Real Estate Suite 23-26, Second Floor Old Post Office Building Williamsburg, Virginia Telephone CA 9-4741 Quinton, Va. Telephone 932-8384 HOUSE OF FORMALS NELLY CUSTIS MOTEL AND RESTAURANT Formal Wear to Rent and Accessories Dial MI 8-0533 16 N. 8th Street U. S. Route 60 Richmond, Virginia Between Franklin and Main Sts. Williamsburg Road Quinton, Virginia • J. E. BRIZENDINE Phone GENERAL MERCHANDISE Quinton 932-4479 Barhamsville, Virginia Congratulations, POTTS Seniors LUMBER COMPANY B. CARTER GRAVES manufacturers of Pine and Hardwood Lumber B. A. HOWE GROCERIES Phone LO 4-3456 Gas and Oil Lanexa, Virginia Barhamsville, Virginia -pOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. Richmond Dairy Division Richmond 20, Virginia SHELDON LUMBER COMPANY Toano, Virginia We Buy Standing Timber and Logs JOSEPH MARKOW FLORISTS 304 North Sixth Street Richmond 19, Virginia BRINKLEY COMPANY Wholesale Fruits and Produce 3 West Old Street Petersburg, Virginia HARRIS-FLIPPEN Sportsmen ' s Headquarters Since 1890 Sixth and Main Streets Richmond, Virginia Dial MI 4-3019 Telephone MI 4-2321
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