New Kent High School - Iliad / Cavalier Yearbook (New Kent, VA)

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1 II 1 M | 1 1 K|5s| • ; 1- ® ■rrSS-3 ■fixsSSi! i-i ■ 1 7 963 Presented by The Senior Class of New Kent High School Editor-in-Chief Mary Louise Hannabass Sponsor Mrs. Charles Roberts Business Manager Anne Williams Pomeroy FOREWORD As one year fades away and the next begins, another class has graduated. But will school days be forgotten and left behind? The Annual Staff presents to you, the stu¬ dents, this 1963 issue of the Cavalier, with the hope that both now, and in years to come, it will revive fond memories of teachers, friends, and activities at New Kent High School. CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ELEMENTARY ADVERTISEMENTS DEDICATION As we approach the end of our high school training, we realize how great a debt of gratitude we owe to all our teachers--from the first grade through the twelfth. In appreciation of one who has given so many years of hard work and service to the support of our school and for her influence as an elementary teacher, we dedicate this annual to Mrs. E. W. Upp. 4 Administration And Faculty The Senior Class of 1963 in its unique way has entwined itself around the hearts of the faculty, not because of any very unusual or outstanding characteristics, but just because this class is composed of natural, capa¬ ble people who enjoy living. They claim no pretense of perfection, but they are happy to love and be loved by all. I would leave with you this thought; Four things a man must learn to do, If he would make his record true; To think without confusion clearly, To love his fellow man sincerely, To act from honest motives purely, To trust in God and Heaven securely. 0-1 % Principal ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Byrd W. Long Superintendent Mrs. Juliette Cornett English, Math Mrs. W. B. Cluverius, Jr. English, Math Mrs. A. S. Dalrymple Librarian Mrs. O. S. Mears Math, History, Geography Mrs. T. V. Pomfrey Spanish, Latin, Math Mrs. C. N. Roberts Business E. J. Stansfield Mrs - L A wmia ms English, History Home Economics 8 Classes " Green " freshmen; " silly " sophs; " jolly " juniors; dignified seniors; these adjectives apply to none of us all the time and to all of us some of the time. Each class pursues its particular program, combining ac¬ tivities that are fun-making and fund-raising, vying with other classes in keen, wholesome competition; however, as a student body, the classes lose their individualism, and it ' s " All for one and one for all " --the true spirit of New Kent High. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President, Marshall Philbates; Vice-President, Dorothy Kirby; Secretary, Frances McCormick; Treas¬ urer, James Davis; Reporter, Charlene Cobb. SENIOR CLASS Class Flower: ROSE CHARLENE FAYE COBB Class Colors: RED and WHITE Motto: " All things are easy that are done willingly. " Sponsor: MRS. MEARS 10 SHIELDS PRESTON DALRYMPLE GLORIA LYNETTE COUCH DOROTHY DEAN FRAME DAVIS, JR. MARY LOUISE HANNABASS NATALIE GREGORY SUSAN MORTON LINDSAY DOROTHY DAVID LEE MOODY FRANCES KAY McCORMICK THOMAS MARSHALL PHILBATES EVELYN VIRGINIA PHILBATES NANCY GUILFORD PREVISH WILLIAMS POMEROY AVREL FRANKLIN SEABOLT, JR, JEFFREY LAWRENCE RICHMOND THERESA ANN TOMLIN FRANCES MAE THOMPSON GEORGE EMMETT WHITE HARRY LEROY WARD, JR, CAN YOU IMAGINE? Dottie Kirby being six feet tall David Moody as Bo Diddley ' s official manager Natalie Gregory having a telephone Jeff Richmond as President of the United States Gloria Couch not going steady Marshall Philbates as a physics teacher Frances McCormick writing her own shorthand book James Davis changing his name to J. F. K. Mary Lou Hannabass with a neat notebook Buddy Dalrymple not wearing his red socks on Wednesday Anne Pomeroy driving a school bus Dean Frame as a famous hair stylist Ginger Philbates not laughing Frances Thompson having her very own white Ford Nancy Prevish riding the school bus Charlene Cobb as the first woman to land on the moon Emmett White having black hair Butch Ward going steady Theresa Tomlin being noisy Avrel Seabolt as a top fashion model in a men ' s shop Susan Lindsay coming to school on Monday 16 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Charlene Cobb, will my ability to spend my time in West Point to Sandra Priddy. I, Buddy Dalrymple, will my love of sports to anyone who wants to stop doing home¬ work so that he may go to night practice. I, Gloria Couch, will my love for cheerleading to the cheerleaders. I, James Davis, will my ability to run to my brother Johnny Davis. I, Dean Frame, will my love for the Newport News Apprentice School to Sandra Priddy and Carol Stuck. I, Natalie Gregory, will my love for talking to Linwood Gregory. I, Mary Lou Hannabass, will my ability have a neat, orderly notebook to Susie. Hannabass. I, Dorothy Kirby, will my love for softball to Myrtle Douglas. I, Susan Lindsay, will my ability to turn red while listening to jokes at the lunch table to Vin Davis. I, Frances McCormick, will my ability to chew gum in school without being caught to Brenda Swindell. I, David Moody, will my ability to make touchdowns to Milton Armandt. I, Marshall Philbates, will my love for Math IV to Milton Armandt. I, Virginia Philbates, will my love for music and 4-H to Temple Wilson. I, Anne Pomeroy, will my ability to wear high heels and still be shorter than every¬ body to Courtney Pomeroy. I, Jeff Richmond, will my football locker to Taylor Moore. I, Frances Thompson, will my love for white Fords to Nancy Sheppard. I, Theresa Tomlin, will my love for shorthand to Ethel Timberlake. I, Harry Ward, will my love for West Virginia to Dickie Mapp. I, Emmett White, will my ability to do my homework in history class to Wayne Cheatham. 17 HISTORY Upon arriving at school in September, 1952, to enter the first grade, we were all met by our teacher, Mrs. Edwards. Mrs. Inez Kirby was our substitute for most of the year. Fourteen pupils of that class are graduating in June. They are Charlene Cobb, Dean Frame, Dorothy Kirby, Frances McCormick, Susan Lindsay, Anne Pomeroy, Natalie Gregory, Virginia Philbates, Frances Thompson, Jeffrey Richmond, Shields Dalrymple, Emmett White, Marshall Philbates, and James Davis. As we look back on our grade school days, we see that it was there that we ob¬ tained the foundation for our high school work. Our elementary teachers were Mrs. Eunice Walls and Mrs. Alice Fisher in the second grade; Mrs. Cecil Orange in the third grade; Miss Mary Christian in the fourth grade; Mrs. Gladys Upp and Mrs. Phoebe Taylor in the fifth grade; Mrs. Gertrude Robbins in the sixth grade; and Mrs. Alice Fisher and Mrs. Elizabeth Davis in the seventh grade. We will always remem¬ ber and thank them for starting us along our way. Having reached the level of eighth grade in 1959, we thought that we had been at New Kent long enough to have the right to high school privileges. But as the cus¬ tom is, we were to be left aside to age a year. A great part of our aging process consisted of learning to form very straight lines and marching, marching, marching. Once the eighth grade was behind us, new doors were opened to the class. We were permitted to have parties after football and basketball games to raise funds for the far-off day when we would honor seniors with the Junior-Senior Prom. In our junior year we discovered that there was acting talent hidden in our ranks. We presented our very successful play, REST ASSURED, under the direction of Mrs. Lois Richmond. Other highlights were the Junior-Senior Prom with its theme " Under the Magnolias, " and getting our class rings. At last the year which, twelve years ago, was beyond the gates of our first- grade imagination is here; we are seniors. There are twenty of us, including Theresa Tomlin who joined us this year. Highlights of this year include our play, GREAT CAESAR’S GHOST; our trip to New York; and Graduation Day! 18 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President - Nancy Shepperd; Vice-President - Diane Adams; Secretary - Joanne Ward; Treasurer - Sandra Priddy; Reporter - Carol Stuck. JUNIOR CLASS Diane Adams Robert Anerton Ruth Ann Ayers Carolyn Belvin Ronald Browning Farron Davis 19 Joseph Saunders Nancy Shepperd Charles Smith Bert Stewart Carol Stuck Brenda Swindell John Throckmorton Ethel Timberlake Joyce Walls Joanne Ward Charles Wharff Shirley Whittaker SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President, PEGGY COLLEY Treasurer, CAROL BURNETTE Vice-President, JANE McKAY Secretary, CHARLES WILLIAMS SOPHOMORE CLASS Milton Armandt Beckie Barfknecht Terry Lee Batkins Gloria Adams Patricia Adams James Boroughs Gary Bradley Clyde Brenneman Carol Burnette Charles Carlton Robert Couch Jane Curie Carol Davis John Davis Paul Dean Frances Dreisbach Linda Edwards Charlotte Evelyn Carolyn Ferguson Jean Griffith Suzanne Hannabass David Hatcher Claudia Hazelwood John Hodges Dorothea Hudock Violet Hysell Ellen Levis Jane McKay Timothy Norman Sandra Otey John Richardson Maxine Richards Gordon Robinson Carol Seabolt Roger Staskiel Yvonne Turner Donald Waxmunski Charles Williams John Zawodny CLASS OFFICERS President - John Woodson Vice-President - Robert Walker Secretary - Patricia Arthur Treasurer - Taylor Moore FRESHMAN CLASS Edward Allen Patricia Arthur Edward Binns 25 Marie Bostick Jerold Britt Carolyn Chisenhall John Davis JoAnn Dean Joel Douglas Robert Dzula Sandra Ellyson Frank Fair Barbara Hodges Anna Carol Hollins Carolyn Hysell Sandra Farmer Charles Johnston I m I plllr 1 r jhi W | I 1 1 _ _I .... I 1 ' W- K Mfr I g%2 1 iiesmi jr m jn 1 k I_J Linda Mills Taylor Moore Dennis Mountcastle Sallie Mountcastle Russel Norton Joe Peace Catherine Pomfrey Robert Seitz Edgar Robert Walker Juliet Walls Steven Ward Judith Waterhouse Shirley Waxmunski Edna Wendt John Woodson Wayne Cheatham Jimmy Chisenhall Sandra Colley Calvin Davis Raymond Davis Robert Davis Worth Davis David Dillard Linwood Dillard Raymond Dillard Diane Duckworth Dennis Dudley Steve French Linwood Gregory Natalie Hannabass Sue Anne Hockaday Edward Johnson Shirley Johnson Ronald Jordan Charles Leftwich I Mary Beth Luce Linda Sue Martin Danny Moody Ruth Norwood Angelia Otey Norma Parsley David Paul Courtney Pomeroy Jerry Powers Yvonne Presley Janet Renalds Charles South Susan Sowder Suzanne Spell Linda Studer Betty Walker Marke Weber Frances Whittaker Ryland Williams Temple Wilson Not Pictured Roger Cornett ANNUAL STAFF Editor: Mary Lou Hannabass Sponsor: Mrs. Charles Roberts Business Manager: Anne Pomeroy Mary Lou Hannabass Linda Harrell Anne Pomeroy Joe Saunders Typists: Frances McCormick Susan Lindsay Ruth Ann Ayers Nancy Roberts 32 President: Marshall Philbates Vice-President Jeff Richmond Reporter Linda Harrell Sponsor Claude R. Rowland 33 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA President: Secretary: Treasurer: Photographer: Reporter: Historian: Vice-Pres.: Farron Davis Charlotte Evelyn Carolyn Chisenhall Cornelia Handley Frances Dreisbach Yvonne Turner Gloria Couch (Not Pictured) Sponsor: Mrs. J. A. Williams 34 EIGHTH GRADE GLEE CLUB ' Sponsor; Mrs. A. L. Thomas President: Frances McCormick Treasurer: Diane Morris Secretary: Nancy Roberts HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: President, Virginia Philbates; Vice-President, Jeff Richmond; Secretary, Anne Pomeroy Treasurer, Marshall Philbates; Reporter, Linda Harrell. SPEECH AND DRAMA SPONSORS: Mrs. Cluverius Mrs. Richmond STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Jane Curie, Secretary; Dennis Mountcastle, Treas¬ urer; Virginia Philbates, President; Bert Stewart, Vice-President. Buddy Dalrymple Senior Mrs. O. S. Mears, Sponsor; Dennis Mountcastle, Treasurer; Virginia Philbates, President. Walter Dzula Junior Charlotte Evelyn Sophomore Gloria Adams Sophomore Carolyn Chisenhall Freshman Joe Ayers Eighth Sue Ann Hockaday Eighth OV MOST COURTEOUS Gloria Couch James Davis MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Anne Pomeroy Jeff Richmond WITTIEST David Moody Virginia Philbates Frances McCormick Sallie Mountcastle Natalie Gregory Co-Captain Gloria Couch Captain CHEER Virginia Philbates Nancy Roberts Shirley Whittaker Ethel Timberlake Carolyn Chisenhall LEADERS Natalie Gregory Charlotte Evelyn L. TO R. Anne Pomeroy, 2nd run¬ ner-up; Cornelia Handley, 1st run¬ ner-up; Natalie Gregory, queen. HOLLY BALL Queen: Natalie Gregory Escort; E. D. Turner P. T. A. CARNIVAL C »toW " ?e8 Sallie Mountcastle, Jane Mc¬ Kay, Charlene Cobb, Caro¬ lyn Ferguson, JoAnn Burnette, Ruth Ayers, Shirley Waxmunski 42 § a Ip i mm t mm i J m W m t mKL fliiiiiri WmF ' iV KB ' til ¥1 f JHM J riii % ' ; t r H FOOTBALL 1962 — KOSTEK - — Jersey No. Jersey No. Grey Green Player Pos. Class Grey Green Player Pos. Class 15 55 Moore, Taylor QB Fresh. 45 43 Brenneman, Clyde E Soph. 17 53 Ward, Harry HB Senior 46 59 Hatcher, David FB Soph. 18 25 Richmond, Jeff QB Senior 47 82 Mountcastle, Dennis T Fresh. 19 18 Moody, David HB Senior 22 67 Richardson, John E Soph. 52 21 Woodson, John HB Fresh. 23 24 Britt, Jerold HB Fresh. 55 63 Armandt, Milton HB Fresh. 24 17 Seabolt, Avrel HB Senior 56 44 Dzula, Walter T Soph. 27 19 Stewart, Bert G Junior 57 74 Wharff, Charles T Junior 28 22 Smith, Charles E Junior 58 57 Dalrymple, Shields C Senior 29 29 Davis, James E Senior 59 77 Hodges, John T Soph. 34 66 Mapp, Dickie QB Junior 62 35 Williams, Charles G Soph. 36 23 Zawodny, John FB Soph. 64 52 Dean, William G Soph. 39 54 Walker, Edgar G Fresh. 65 27 Bradley, Gary G Soph. 40 28 Borroughs, James FB Soph. 66 80 Philbates, Marshall T Senior 41 48 Britt, John C Soph. 69 87 Waxmunski, Donald E Soph. 46 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Buddy Dalrymple Managers: David Paul John Davis Coaches: Mr. Mountjoy Mr. Mears Captains: Jeff Richmond, David Moody, Buddy Dalrymple M. Armandt Jerold Britt John Britt J. Boroughs ■; ■ r { ? ■ . ? r ir G. Bradley C. Brenneman J. Davis W. Dean J. Richmond J. Richardson A. Seabolt C. Smith B. Walker H. Ward B. Stewart D. Waxmunski _ ' m FIRST STRING COACH: W. B. Mountjoy CO-CAPTAINS: Buddy Dalrymple Marshall Philbates BASKET LEFT TO RIGHT: John Davis, John Woodson, Charles Carlton, Charles Smith, James Davis, Buddy Dalrymple, Marshall Philbates, Charles Wharff, Bert Stewart, Donald Waxmunski, Tim Norman, John Davis, John Britt, Jerald Britt. Coach; Mrs. Mears Co-Captains; Charlene Cobb Dean Frame Virginia Philbates BACK ROW: Jane Curie, Linda Harrell, Dean Frame, Carol Stuck, Charlene Cobb FRONT ROW: Virginia Philbates, Myrtle Douglas, Shirley Whittaker, Sandra Priddy BALL BACK ROW: Farron Davis, Carol Burnette, Shirley Waxmunski, Catherine Pomfrey, Charlotte Evelyn FRONT ROW: Frances Dreisbach, Joann Ward, Jane McKay, Cornelia Handley, Manager 51 HELPERS Cafeteria Staff: Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Batkins Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Peace. Janitors: Georgia Douglas Paige Bus Drivers: Avrel Seabolt, Mrs. Peace, Mrs. Dean, Buddy Dalrymple, Charles Wharff, Jeff Richmond Butch Ward, James Davis, Mr. Stewart. Mrs. A. C. Handley First Grade Madeline Carswell First Grade Mrs. J. T. Tunstall Third Grade Mrs. F. R. Littlepage Second Grade Mrs. Frances Petty Second Grade Mrs. W. P. Tunstall Third Grade Mary Christian Fourth Grade ■B I 7 C m 1 0 m.lB W ' A o I a 1 Amy G. Topp Fourth and Fifth Combination Mrs. W. C. Taylor Sixth Grade Mrs. S. C. Robbins Sixth Grade Mrs. R. K. Taylor, Jr, Seventh Grade Mrs. C. C. Davis Seventh Grade Mrs. A. L. Thomas -IW.-. ,V,V:J l Sjj 1 , ff 1 1 If «• 1 HBnw ' " SrfT , 5 B I F |I|Hhp a b H f ' m mt ‘Jk . 1 I «| | 1 ' JH alBFU gaia 5 [ 1 ■ jJf Jr ;; 1 1 ;- ? •■f Wr 1 4MggA I 1 • A 1 7 jfj M I f y.-- HBT WHKBMF " W ' HBEB HE E « HI K s !l||J r; A 1 1 SEVENTH GRADE George Allen Gayle Anerton Robert Armandt Ray Belvin Carolyn Britt Albert Dean Benita Douglas Kent Ellyson Charles Evelyn Josephine Fair Roger Ferguson Diane Fisher Gwendolyn Fletcher Susan Flowers James Hannabass Wanda Harman Betty Lou Hockaday Shari Johnson Robbie Lindsay Edward Marston Leroy Martin Virginia Moore Richard Mountcastle Kenneth Naggy Donna Norton Carol Pitts Donald Prevish Anita Renalds Marsha Rose Carol Shepperd Lois Sorrell Jane Sutton Kay Swindell Nancy Valentine Hallie Wallace 56 Seventh Grade Cont. Robert Walls Virginia Ward Andrew Pitts Janet Whitman John Wooten Linda Wooten Ronald Worley Jerry Zawodny SIXTH GRADE Gayle Allen Earl Anderson Henry Barlow Robert Barlow Grace Binns Wanda Black Elwood Boroughs George Bridewell Jacob Browning Steve Chisenhall Lloyd Christian Russell Curie Billie Davis David Dudley Carol Dzula Virginia Fletcher Patricia Glenn William Gregory Glen Handley Kendall Harrison Winston Helms Ruby Hodges Robert Hogan Donna Johnson Nancy Luce Alvin Miller Monty Mills Barbara Mountcastle 57 Sixth Grade Cont. Warren Mountcastle Loretta Mountcastle Geraldine Norwood David Oakes Dennis Otey Joseph Otey Robert Peace Sharon Seabolt Curtis Powers Jackie Richards Betty Richardson George Richardson Christine Spell Ray Sprouse Mary Taylor Connie Tuck Mary Waddell Paul Ward FIFTH GRADE Mary White Alice Whittaker Debra Wilson John Wilson Susan Ylonen Dianah Adams Barbara Anderson Sanders Anderson Robert Batkins Travis Bridewell Kyle Britt Michael Browder Thomas Burnette Elizabeth Cheatham Graves Crump Marian Davis Fifth Grade Cont. Janis Dean Glenn Dowdy Linda Dudley Susan Dudley Larry Dzula Deborah Ernest McCoy Farmer Ellen Hannabass Sharon Harmon Mary Hockaday Gail Hogan Paulette Johnson Frederick Kirby Jeffery Leftwich Thomas Marston Carolyn Martin Joseph Mihalcoe Joan Mountcastle Dorothy Oates Elaine Otey Marvin Peace William Pearson Charles Pitts Marie Seabolt Cheryl Southard Catherine Sowder Frances Sprouse Willie Sprouse Betty Stewart Harvey Stewart Ronald Studer Reginald Wallace Michael Ward William Wendt Elaine Whitman 59 FOURTH GRADE Glenn Barlow Janet Batkins William Briggs Teri Britt Harold Brown David Carlton Elwood Croswell Michael Davis Randy Davis Lee Douglas Christopher Easter Thomas Gordon Cardwell Hannabass Malcolm Harris Vicky Harrison William Hazelwood Gloria Hodges Jay Hopper John Hubbard Sylvia Johnson Wiley Levis John Linka David Lockwood David Mountcastle Mary Mountcastle Donny Norman Michael Norwood Robert Piper John Pitts Michael Pitts Mary Ann Pomfrey Mary Jo Potts 60 Fourth Grade Cont. Ted Priddy Cody Rose Willard Saunders Eugene Sorrell Dale Southard Nancy Sprouse Renee Taylor William Valentine Gwendolyn Via Faye Williams Richard Wooten Karen Ylonen THIRD GRADE Daniel Adams Johnny Adams Tommy Anderson Ricky Arthur William Baker Michael Bennett Gail Berry Herman Berry James Boyd David Bradley Robert Briggs Diane Browder Joyce Brown Charles Chisenhall Wendy Christian Victor Croswell Catherine Crump Charles Davis Cynthia Davis Joanne Davis Not Pictured: Robert Otey Raymond Putze 61 Third Grade Continued Wayne Davis Kenneth Douglas Jeannine Duckworth Gary Dudley James Eades Darlene Ernest Thomas Evelyn Kenneth Farmer Michael Figuly Donald Fox Janet Gammon Judy Greene Allen Hazelwood James Hockaday Carl Haden Jay Hubbard Terry Iroler Jeffery Keene Elwin Martin Kenneth Miller Johnny Morgan Patricia Oakes Dickie Richards Catherine Saunders Harold Seabolt Catherine Seitz Milton Sprouse Rosa Sprouse Elmer Stewart James Stewart Theresa Stuck Kay Sutton Dennis Taylor Wade Timberlake Margaret Via Wayne Walls Clyde Wendt Sheryle Wilkinson Joseph L. Wray Ruby Wooten 62 SECOND GRADE Deborah Adams Diane Allen Karen Berry Byron Bew Diane Black Robin Boyer Keith Bradshaw Julia Britt Charles Browder Wilbur Brown Michael Burnette Michael Cooke Larry Crosswell Carolyn Davis David Davis Rosemary Deskins Michael Dillon Dale Douglas Phillip Figuly Eddie Fisher Wanda Fox James Francisco Henry Glenn Robert Green Jack Harper Patricia Hayden Amanda Helms Kim Hennaman Donald Hughes Kim Isgett Christopher Leftwich Constance Marston Sawyer Mears Jackqulyn Mihalcoe Susan Mihalcoe 63 Second Grade Cont. Paul Miller Mac Mills Robert Moody Robert Morgan Elizabeth Mountcastle Nancy Mountcastle Deborah Otey George Philbates Roger Pitts Carolyne Southard Ellen Spell Jeff Sprouse Wayne Studer Patricia Timberlake Jayne Thomas Stephen Tuck Nancy Sue Vaughan Everett Wilkinson Susan Hazelwood Eddy Robinson FIRST GRADE Deborah Adams Edwin Baker Mary Ann Baker David Brown Ray Brown Sharon Christian Sherry Christian Laura Croswell Debbie Davis Paul Davis Ralph Davis Lois Deskins Mark Easter Lynn Anne Ely Leighann Evelyn 64 First Grade Continued Rita Galloway Doran Green Richard Gusti Kenneth Haden Robert Haden Gloria Hall Jere Harris Wayne Hughes Russell Johnston Larry LeCompte Wendy Martin Steven McLaughlin Judy Mihalcoe Mike Mihalcoe Louis Miles Sherry Nuckols Perryann Piper Margaret Pomfrey Jimmy Potts Barbara Richards Faye Robinson Pat Seitz Faye Sprouse Charles Stewart Hannah Stewart William Stewart Claudia Temple Richard Timberlake 65 TIDEWATER INSURORS R. TYLER BLAND R. TYLER BLAND, JR Phone 228 COLONIAL DELICATESSEN 761 Scotland Street Williamsburg, Virginia Phone: CApitol 9-3598 rtSSOCjATIO v 1014 Richmond Road Williamsburg, Virginia Phone: CApitol 9-5363 UKROP’S INCORPORATED " Service With A Smile " Lawndale Shopping Center Richmond, Virginia o let o o US HELP SAVE Your MoNey THRIFT INSURANCE CORPORATION " Your Protection Is Our Business " Representing Only the Best Stock Insurance Companies Since 1921 MOUNTCASTLE LUMBER COMPANY, INCORPORATED Paints - Hardware - Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Providence Forge and 9917 1 2 Jefferson Ave. E. H. WHITEHEAD C. M. WHITEHEAD YORK WHOLESALE COMPANY Wholesale Grocers Terms; Net - Weekly West Point, Virginia Paper and Career ' s kK Maya ' s — ■- . K ' T ' 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 — (j0y 0 J la ns iotas MANUFACTURERS OF (CRAFT PULP AND PAPER WEST POINT, VIRGINIA J. B. MILLS GENERAL MERCHANDISE Lanexa, Virginia Phone 377-J-4 w. w. ESSO SERVICE Barhamsville, Virginia Clean Rest Rooms Lubrication Oil Change Tire Repairs Excellent Service BOBBIE ' S BEAUTY SHOP TALLEY FURNITURE STORE West Point, Virginia Telephone 658 FURNITURE STORE Home Furnishings Duo-Therm Stoves Radio and Electrical Appliances West Point, Virginia E. L. TURNER Plumbing Heating Air-Conditioning Free Estimates Work Guaranteed Phone 500 West Point, Virginia THE VALUE SHOP West Point, Virginia RIDDLE’S PHARMACY " Prescriptions Since ’28 " Phone 174 West Point, Virginia J. E. BRIZENDINE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Barhamsville, Virginia Service DEE BEE SUPER MARKETS Economy Quality TAYLOR HARRISON, INCORPORATED Providence Forge, Virginia Sales and Service YORK SUPPLY COMPANY Compliments of Building Materials Ready Mixed Concrete Farm Supplies Telephone 53 West Point, Virginia DR. F. W. HOWARD EDDIE’S DRIVE-IN (Located at Charles City Road and Williamsburg Road) would like to take this opportunity 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 CASEY’S INCORPORATED Box 366 Williamsburg, Virginia Save fW The F» tu fC M An4 Facers Bm.It ' 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 MARSHALL AND BARNES Painting and Papering First Class Workmanship 4 South Cedar Street Highland Springs, Virginia Telephone: RE 7-0947 JOSEPH MARKOW Florist 304 N. Sixth Street Telephone: MI 4-2321-2-3 Just off Broad Street Richmond 19, Virginia W. E. NEEDHAM Home Builder Box 254 B Route 1 Sandston, Virginia Telephone: RE 7-8068 Quality Homes R. M. HUGHES SON Chrysler Plymouth Valiant All Chrysler cars are guaranteed for 50,000 miles or five years. Contact R. M. Hughes for details on the greatest warranty ever given with the purchase of a new automobile. - Another Chrysler First - WOODHAVEN SHORES LAKEFRONT LOTS HOUSE OF CHARM BEAUTY SALON 761 Scotland Street Williamsburg, Virginia Telephone: CA 9-5020 YORK INN RESTAURANT WYATT’S ESSO SERVICENTER ' The finest in food. " W. Robert Wyatt, Proprietor Official Inspection Station Number 2019 Caterers to parties, large or small Telephone: West Point 759 Car Care Since ' 49 West Point Telephone: 626 P. P. JOHNSON Meats, Frozen Foods, Oils Farm Supplies KINGS HILL PHARMACY Richmond Food Store Member Coins and Coin Dandridge Estate Subdivision Supplies Bought or Sold Quinton, Virginia 3630 Williamsburg Road T elephone: Dial MI 9-0564 MI 9-0565 932-8381 Richmond, Virginia SEWARD ' S AUTO SALES SANDSTON PHARMACY Body and Fender Work--Painting " We buy and sell clean used cars. " Port Richmond, Virginia T ele phones Day--647 Night--713 Prescriptions Tussy Products Hall Whitman’s Candy Hallmark Cards T. O. SALES Fine Furniture Fifteenth and Main Street Compliments of PROVIDENCE FORGE ESSO Providence Forge, Virginia West Point, Virginia Telephone WO 6-7287 Operator D. D. Adams SEWARD S AUTO SALES SANDSTON PHARMACY Body and Fender Work--Painting " We buy and sell clean used cars. " Port Richmond, Virginia T elephones Day--647 Night--713 Prescriptions Tussy Products Hall: Whitman ' s Candy Hallmark Cards T. O. SALES Fine Furniture Fifteenth and Main Street Compliments of PROVIDENCE FORGE ESSO Providence Forge, Virginia West Point, Virginia Telephone WO 6-7287 Operator D. D. Adams STEPHENS FARM EQUIPMENT Allis-Chalmers Tractors and Implements Sales and Service Providence Forge, Virginia P. L. FARMER, INCORPORATED Always Clean For the Finest Quality Coal 2020 Jennie Scher Road Richmond, Virginia Always Good GREEN’S RESTAURANT Sea Foods - Steaks Fried Chicken West Point, Virginia MRS. R. H. GREEN Proprietor Telephone West Point 9993 I You ' re money ahead! H. E. STEWART SON GENERAL MERCHANDISE Lanexa, Va. NAGGY’S GARAGE Gas Oil Auto and Truck Repairing W. S. DAVIS General Contractor Residential Construction Masonry Phone 274 West Point, Virginia Phone LO 4-3652 Lanexa, Virginia DRINK PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF RICHMOND R. L. HOGGE, INC. Local and Long Distance Hauling West Point, Virginia Telephone 356 OWENS APPLIANCE CO. Sales and Service Record Shop Stereo Center Home Appliances All TV Lines 20 E. Nine Mile Road Highland Springs Virginia VISIONEERING ASSOCIATES OFFSET PRINTING P. O. Box 847 424 Duke of Gloucester Street Williamsburg, Virginia HERBERT WILSON Gravel Sand Top Soil Fill Dirt Septic Tanks Installed West Point, Virginia Telephone 582 SELDEN’S WEST FUNERAL HOME Department Store Private Ambulance Highland Springs Flowers Red Goose Shoes Notions Hanes Underwear Yard Goods Simplicity Patterns Toys Mechanicsville, Virginia " Good Place To Meet Your Friends " Phone: RE 7-4527 PI 6-5068 BRAD’S DRUG STORE COLONIAL WHOLESALE COMPANY B. V. 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GRAVES ASHLEY’S BEAUTY SALON Mrs. Bessie Ashley Telephone 1060 West Point, Virginia Compliments of JIMMY MODR ' S TEXACO SERVICE Phone 69 NEW KENT SENIOR 4-H CLUB Port Richmond, Virginia SENIOR CHARLENE FAYE COBB Literary Society 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; May Court 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play. SHIELDS PRESTON DALRYMPLE Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; K.V.G. 4; Speech and Drama 4; S.C.A. 4; Bus Driver 4. GLORIA LYNETTE COUCH Literary Society 1; Glee Club 3,4; Holly Ball Queen 1; F.H.A. 2,3, Reporter 1, Vice- President 4; S.C.A. 2; May Court 1,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4. JAMES KILBY DAVIS, JR. Football 4, Manager 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; May Court 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; K.V.G.; Boys ' State 3; Class Treasurer 4; Basketball 2,3,4, Manager 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4. DOROTHY DEAN FRAME Literary Society 1; One-Act Play 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Speech and Drama 4; May Court 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play. NATALIE GREGORY Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Literary Society 1; Forensics 4; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2,3; Cheerleader 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Court 3,4; Girls ' State 3; Class Reporter 1; Class Treasurer 2. MARY LOUISE HANNABASS Literary Society 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Historian 1; Beta Club 2,4, Repor¬ ter 3; May Court 1,4; Holly Ball Queen 2; Class President 1,2; S.C.A. Treasurer 1; Speech and Drama 4; Annual Staff Assistant Editor 3; Editor 4. DOROTHY EDNA KIRBY Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Softball 1,2; May Court 2,4; Class Vice-President 4; Junior Play. SUSAN MORTON LINDSAY Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Literary Society 1; Annual Staff Typist 3,4; May Court 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play. FRANCES KAY McCORMICK Glee Club 1,2,3, President 4; Vice-President Upper Tidewater Federation 2; F.H.A. 1,2,4, Secretary 3; May Court 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Class Vice-President 1; Class Secretary 3,4; Second in Miss F.H.A. Contest; Liter¬ ary Society 1; Annual Staff Typist 4. 98 STATISTICS DAVID LEE MOODY Football 2,3,4; Basketball Manager 2,3; Track 3,4; Junior Play; Senior Play; S.C.A. Rep. 3 . EVELYN VIRGINIA PHILBATES Literary Society 1; Speech and Drama Club President 4; S.C.A. Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, President 4; F.H.A. 1,3,4, President 2; District Miss F.H.A. 3; Co-ed Magazine Correspondent 4; Class Vice-President 3; May Court 4; One-Act Play 4; Girls’ State 3; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Softball 1,2,3; Junior Play; Senior Play; Forensics 1, Second Place District 2. THOMAS MARSHALL PHILBATES Class Treasurer 1,3; Class Vice-President 4; Beta Club 2,3, President 4; Forensics First Place District, Second Place State 3; Speech and Drama Treasurer 4; May Court 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; Football 4, Manager 2; K.V.G. 3,4; Boys ' State 3; Basketball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. ANNE WILLIAMS POMEROY Class Secretary 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; May Court 4; Literary Society 1; Speech and Drama Secretary 4; Beta Club 2,4, Secretary 3; Annual Staff Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Forensics 1,2; Junior Play; Senior Play. JEFFREY LAWRENCE RICHMOND Class President 3; Beta Club 2,3,4; Speech and Drama 4; Forensics 2, First Place Dis¬ trict, Third Place State 3; Track 2; Baseball Manager 1; May Court 4; Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Bus Driver 4. AVREL FRANKLIN SEABOLT, JR. Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2, Manager 1; Track 2,3; Bus Driver 4; Junior Play. FRANCES MAY THOMPSON Literary Society 1; Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 1; Cafeteria Helper 4. THERESA ANN TOMLIN F.H.A. 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Literary Society 1,2; Class Reporter 1; S.C.A. Repre¬ sentative 3; Junior Play; May Court 4. HARRY LEROY WARD, JR. Football 4; K. V. G. 4; Bus Driver 4; May Court 4. GEORGE EMMETT WHITE Junior Play; K. V. G. 4; May Court 4. 99


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