Newport News High School - Anchor Yearbook (Newport News, VA)

 - Class of 1951

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Thomas Jefferson wrote this in the Declaration at Independence in 1776, Courtesy "The Common Giovy TODAY OUR ARMED FORCES ore fnghtmg to momtom ond protect this freedom so thot oll men mov have o rlght to Infe liberty ond happiness. AP W re Photo 1 an fn a fb 'c eamnuudfq Wfxme aaeecfom. fd. 01421. Right To Assemble lNNl-lS in local poroclel Freedom of Religion lSl. Vincent! Churchl QTVI Victory Arch symbol from oppression jk- ,K f, '4 , ,igy X ff? f", I xxx 'X I' 'iff f 5 ,fix ,f f ff Freedom of Speech fCourr House Entrance! Freedom of the Press CDoiIy Press-Times Herald? We in llfewpofzi flfewfi School .feafm 5 THIS IS THE BUILDING where the citizens of tomorrow acquire knowledge, tolerance and a love for freedom to prepare them for their future. The op- portunities are numerous, for about 80 units in different subjects are offered to an average of I4OO students. THE LATEST ADDITION to our school, the Vocational Annex, built in l946, houses the metal shop and the machine shop. Within, young sheet metal workers and machinists are trained for later life. JUST BROWSERS and real book worms find all their literary needs in the library, Located in the north wing of the school it boasts more than l4,000 books and is visited daily by over 400 students. A VITAL PART of the school scene is the stadium. Pounded by the rooters in the fall and the track fans in the spring, it has witnessed many an excit- ing event. 6 ki? Wm flufanmidilflzfiu of quifufze Gafigmu TO INCREASE THEIR KNOWLEDCE . TO COOPERATE WITH THEIR LEADERS , TO SUPPORT COMMUNITY PROJECTS . TO HELP THEIR FELLOWMEN . . . . TO TAKE THEIR PLACES IN THE WORLD TO PLAY FAIRLY AND SQUARELY . TO LIVE HAPPILY TOCETHER . . TO ENCOURACE FREE ENTERPRISE . 144 Zzmfwze Giifiyewi We Jlcwe .feafmeff "Be wise, and then you must be Free for you will be fit to be FSS Ch le K l If nm ar S ingsley I. CLASSROOMS Hedgepeth eMoSfeiIer 1 'I' lu-uwllllii 'Q :MMX ge +9 as . s.,Y,,.,.,.,, We Slacfq Um Gam .17 WHO WOULD ever have thought that the word spec tacles ns deruved from a Latin verb? Bobby Sterlung ns pointing out a poster whach shows most of the derlvatnons from spectare rneanlng to look Students learn about Rome her back ground and wars COULD THAT BE he bishop? asks Dons Codsey an English student as she looks wlth Ruby Emory and Nancy Morris at the dolls they dressed to represent the characters n Les Mlser ables Along wnth lntera ture students learn to um prove their speech and com posltnon SPECTAT Y ll T ' ' Il . ' I I 23 i " ' - Il - . , - v Q . I it . E ,- of . , V lj -w,..,f,, ,ft Q Q gh 1 X gi. Z A .f Li M , Iv Q xx' S Mt f ' t V X, ff - -at ,fy 1 3 L ' M - t ' it 11 - - 1 2 tx L f - L if 1 ' - - 11 11 l E - O -' . lj X ' f 11 ll I V f' ' I - N . 41 A O ' ' 4+ V. st 1 K' I ,,,gAI,,. V . WS. , , IO Nm! -Zzaaeagn 7 SENORITAS ln S p a n 1 s h class here? A second look re veals Barbara Jones and Maxine Damuno They are modellng colorful S o u t h Amencan costumes descnb ed by Mr Carlos Urrutla former Spanush teacher Stu dents learn the customs and hustory of the Spanlsh coun tries along with grammar ,mu iwi X K 91? six 'l DONNEZ MOI du pousson du legume et du the says Jean Culman to walter Da vld Falk Margaret Perados Jean and Davud are drama tnzung French restaurant life to their French class Skuts of thus type help the stu dents learn conversatlonal French and French customs 4603- rqnf WILL WE ADVANCE? wonder Nellle Wuse Jean Bally and James Russell who keep abreast of the war sutuatuon by deslgnatung the pos: tuons of the UN and Communist Armies ln all history and govern served for current events HOW DO YOU LIKE my figure? asks Lynn Holzbach of Carolyn Powell and Ashton Vuolette as they take notes on geometric sollds rn solid geometry class Thus advanced math course tollownng algebra and geometry deals prumaruly with three dimensional fngures I ll ll 7 I I ment classes, one day a week is re- ll A ll I l rqncf Keqfi, xmxvmn if I3 LATE AFTER SCHOOL many typing students are practicing to develop accuracy and speed needed for typ- ing certiticates, Not only girls take typing but also many boys who know that it will be an asset in college as well as in the business world. BEACHCOMBERS7 No they are biology class students searching for specimens of marine life on the beach Field trips like these let the pupils learn about science through experiences with nature Classes also visited the Virginia Fisheries Laboratory i L 1 in L, gy Q A , ,., ml- ' ' ' ff' M g , ' ' ' ' lfsa- - , Q f . ' ' A ,L , K .W ' A r - - lf' " ' ., ' ' ' . F .-' , .. W 'M 'Q . 5 - ' -f u F F F ' , M as : 3 A F F' - K, Ji Av V..- L tis ' . if 5 . ' F jeffd 'sift' g ,E 14' N . -A M L ,f -. ag ' rf .. ., 5 -4 F s- In. It 1 1, -"' ' .+V-A . his-'7T", "if, . sew .Q -. ' , H ls- - ' LJ, -rn ' We mwah, Um Mews an -mf, LAYINC- ASIDE theur textbooks tor grease palnt thus Drama ll class IS lnltlated Into the mysterles of character make up Along wuth make up the students study dlrectung playwrltlng and actnng Margaret Stlnette and Jean Sawyer revuew Ing theur Innes As sensor drama students they are anxious to put on polushed per tormances In the graduation class nnght plays NO LAST MINUTE rush tor thus speech tour class whach IS preparing next weeks Typhoon Tlme show These young mlke artists practice vovce control and tumlng so that their program will be ot professional calnber . il! wh, CURTAIN TIME finds Mike Anastas-iou, ,amz 7em7m PORTRAITS whsle you walt' Anne Dlcken san as palntmg a plcture of Nancy Tanley to be used as a prop In the tall play ln art class students are encouraged to use their umagunatuon and creatlve abuluty They make theur own chonces whether to work un owls water colors or modellng clay CLOWN OF THE BAND No not the pretty young lady but the odd shaped In Music Department and Its player Ruth Moss one ot the l29 students enrolled ln the Instrumental muslc classes ON THE DOWNBEAT thus required music class wlll sung a folk song Makung scrap books of composers and orchestras also helps tomorrow s cltnzens to appreciate the world of music I strument. It is a laassoon, the pride of the l5 Gm SIMM Walk '7!umAJe Nm! '7!wwcZ 4 AMUHCAN iDUClTl0N X W ilk Tisgk-azmzwz ls 'lg DN Y ixrtmllmcm-l"'k 1 W x f 5' '09 I EXPECTINC TO FIND this lovely gown out of their price range these girls are surpr sed to discover that it was made by a NNHS student one ot their c'oth ing classes This cretion was mad t r only Sl 8 and was displaved in a local store dur ing National Edu cation Week PERFECTION even w th small os clothing is the aim ot Shirley Melson and all other stu dents Starting in the eighth grade with aprons and blouses the seam stresses advance to make suits night gowns like this and more glamorous ones for t m selves AND SHE CAN COOK TOO! can be said of any girl at Newport News High' home econo- mics is required for all eighth grade girls. ln the foods classes, th girls are taught how to cook and how to pl a n nutritious meals, How to buy and plan meals within a specified budget is o major part of this home economics course. 701151 Nm! 7am6m 331. QQ efmwlyuex 'SK' """"""-i an A WNm....., UNDER THE SKILLED HANDS of the students rn woodshop lufeless timbers are transformed unto lamps chairs bookends or perhaps a coffee table luke the one sanded down by Bull Woodward SHADES OF HOPALONC CASSIDY They don t make saddles In leather shop but they make many other beautiful and useful articles luke the carved leather belt that Betty Ann Stallings ns dyung KXYKKK 'KKKKK 'lst ff My BY MAKING USEFUL hardware future cutlzens traun for tomorrows work today Tommy Olalsen employs the V block to cut out a design for blotter corners Projects range from lamps to fushmg rods WHIR R R' Project record cards which are rol'ung off the press operated by Warren Slceloff are among hundreds of artrcles prunted by the students In the prunt shop I .fx - I ,, t 1' Z5! A . A t ,M 1.115 I l M. ..N. t is vw., .':'I5i ' 4 - E .,,W,f.t..,. :V eg ' .,., , l- Q sv. 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O I I l 7 We Keefzp 43 .f F TO THE RESCUE' Beverly Klnne puts funlshlng touches on a slung whale she demonstrates to a hygiene class what to do In case of an accudent Other topics of class duscusslon are personaluty development systems of the body and mental hygiene PHYSICAL EDUCATION ns not all lust regular calusthentlcs as these boys lllustrate The fundamentals of all popular sports are taught Regular tests speed and stamuna are given to see If the boys are nm proving as they should BACK UP SLOWLY and turn the wheels hard to the left instructs Coach Motley Pupuls receive actual road experience under lnstructuons from competent drivers Thus course enables the school pupils to be safer druvers 'ui 40a 0m quiufze WML EARNING WH l L E LEARNING Tommy Snmmons enrolled un one of the drversnfned occupation classes spends has afternoons at an uphol sterer s shop after his morning classes Twenty fave others also earn spendlng money whsle recelvnng val uable unstructlons HOW MANY PLEASE? asks Molly Lord of Ronnie Wllllams She works for a local theatre an the schools on the pob tralnlng pro gram Retail selling students also have class unstructlon whuch wlll and future cntlzens In their vocatuons SOMETHING WRONG with your washnng machnne? Electrnc toaster? Bull Stuart supplements has regular school work with a rob as electrncal applnance repalrman under the dn verslfred occupatnons plan Other tralnees work at motor companies radno stataons and florust shops S., '44 Qmfww Guffyem We Jlwe .lkwmeaf There as hut one vlrtue to help human beings to hee and heeutncul life II Lyd II FACULTY C me - - - - M J. Wi iam lo 'Wm feadwi Plan Um XJ FOR EDUCATION of our future cnt: zens the school board and Superun tendent R O Nelson have combined efforts and brought about many um provements durnng the past year These Improvements not only hanced the appearance of the school buuldnng but also added much to the general condutnons for learnung The addutnon of new bleachers on both ends of the stadnum nncreased the seatlng capaclty to IOOOO durlng the sum mer the track was rebuilt lnslde floors were refunushed In the library and gym all commerclal classes re ceuved the benefnt of new fluorescent llghts and seven new typewrlters re cordlng booth was bunlt for speech classes and a new locker bou ht for C-v DR R O NELSON THE SCHOOL BOARD meets to consider the budget for the coming year which Includes S36 400 for general improve ments of the school bulldungs Members are SEATED Mrs George R Dabney asslstant clerk Mr Alan Hoffman M John E Krltzer Mr Dorsey Pleasants chairman STANDlNC Mr Phnllnp Mur ray Dr H C Longaker Dr Nelson Mr S D Green clerk 22 ' '- 4 sq ' 5 M . f l if we " - 2 ez Q-...XV . 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WLM 'Zi tx MR GEORGEJ MclNTOSH PROBLEMS OF THE students of Newport Hugh are foremost un the munds of Muss Ethel C-uldersleeve dean of gurls and Mr T O Keesee assustant prun cupal The paur act as ad vusers to each of the fu ture cutuzens about pres ent schedules and future plans wg l EXECUTIVE POWERS are handled effectuvely and ef fucuently by Mr George J Mclntosh pruncupal It us has responsubuluty to see that the courses taught at Newport Hugh are of the hughest standard so that the future cutu zens when they leave here may be prepared for a uob or be guven the qualufucatuons necessary for the college of theur chouce Mr Mclntosh s dutues as pruncupal and publuc relatuons durector of the school cannot be lumuted to one page each of the actuvutues on the followung pages reflects hus unfluence MISS ETHEL GILDERSLEEVE AND MR T O KEESEE ""S KNOW YOUR SCHOOL was the theme of the monthly mee-tungs ot the Parent Teacher Assocuatuon under the leadershup of Mrs T V Morruson presudent To learn more about Newport News Hugh School the parents came back to school for one of theur meetungs so that there mught be a closer cooperatuon between home and school. The organuzatuon also gave new magazunes for the library and sponsored dances and parties for each class. MRS. T. V. MORRISON 23 We Gm em wwe 99' COACH JULIE CONN 35 DURING THE PAST quarter Cen tury a well known patrnot of NNHS has molded young people into strong and loyal cltuzens T ns class ot June l95I wall never forget the man who wears hrs hat with the brnm turned up and a gold and blue tue for luck whose voice elther urging h s teams to victory or shoutlng un structlons can be heard from one end of the gym to the other and yet becomes edged wnth emo tion when he recenves the hom age due hum He has become known to all of us as a true frlend and counse'lor to any boy nn hugh school who needs has help and a teacher who expects duty as a mlnnmum from all hus students On the occasuon of has silver an nlversary and fifth State Basket ball Champnonshup the Anchor Staff proudly deducates thus book to Newport Hugh s grand old man ot sports Coach Julre Conn 'Ti STOPPING for applause Coach Conn LOOKING over the past 25 years LISTENING to the wlnnung coach the shows off the hard earned trophy for the coach proudly points to another radio audience hears ham praise has hrs flfth State Basketball Champion of has champlonshnp teams boys for theur team spurut and hard shup work o 9 O I O , I - , Q ,, K , X I . 3 Y . . . 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Qv- ...,. , I I I 4 I 24 -'Wie aacullfq W4 MRS ANN AMOTT Madison College Home Economics MISS MARY ANKENEY Madison College Homemaking FHA Club Sponsor RICHARD BETHARDS William and Mary BA Harvard MA English MISS BEULAH C BRASHER Bowling Green Business U BA Commercial MRS CATHERINE H BRAY History MISS ANNYE B BURBANK William and Mary BA MA English Writers Club Sponsor MRS FRANCES CASSON Madison College BA English Anchor Adviser MRS LUCY S CATLETT Columbia U Mathematics MISS CASSIE CHILDRESS William and Mary BA Columbia U MA Mathematics QJ LLOYD CLARKE William and Mary BA Government JULIUS CONN Athletic Director Basketball Coach MRS GARLAND CONN Westhampton BA Science : A I BS , v 1 4, 43 I . , ' I ' , BS Mary Washington, BS William and Mary, BA U. of Virginia, BS , , . -I MA . . Ndwce When We 1445 9 WILLIAM CRYER McMurray College BS Wrlllam and Mary MA Art Art Club Sponsor MISS FRANCES COX Mary Washrngton BS Speech and Drama MISS PATSY DALE Longwood College BS MISS MARY COX Westhampton BA Latrn Science Latln Club Sponsor Y Teens Sponsor MISS DOROTHY M CRANE LOUIS DARVILLE U of West Vurgnnna BA RPI Musrc Educatron Drama Head Musec Actlvntnes Head Junror Band Director JOSEPH DELLAPENTA Oswego STC BS Drrector of Vocotronal and Adult Educatlon MRS MAE M EDWARDS Longwood College BS Engllsh MISS RUTH FOLKMANN Susquehanna U BA History Guidance 26 MISS SUSIE FLOYD Longwood College BS Columblo U MA Science Charrrnan Sclence Club Sponsor MRS MARION GIEDEMANN U of Wisconsin BS Radlo Program Advrser JOHN GRAVATT Wnlllam and Mary BA Englnsh I I I I I ' I - I , -, I I I ' I I I ' ' Speech ' . . . I lr . . 4 - W , .I I 8 WAM We flfeecli, MISS AMANDA GRAY Longwood College BS Drama DON J GREEN Hastings College BA Journalusrn Beacon Advuser MISS HELEN WILLSON HARDY Macllson College BS Englash MISS MARTHA A HATCHER Longwood College BS .upanush Spannsh Club Sponsor MISS EMILIE HOLLADAY Longwood College BS Columbla U MA Mathematucs MRS NINA P HUFFMAN Olwno State BA Columbxa U MA English MRS LOUISE HURT Wllluam and Mary BA Columbia U MA Hustory JOHN W JOYCE Oswego STC BS General Metal Work MISS MILDRED KELLY Wllluarn and Mary BA New York U MA Guidance 27 MISS SUE KELLY Maduson College BS Columbia U MA Home Economlcs Head MISS ELINE KRISCH Wnlluarn and Mary BA Commercial ELI LEONARD Drake U BA Wnlllam and Mary MA Commerclal Head 1 1 1 1 f- . . . 11 -1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 .1 -1 -1 1 fzqmmz, Wim Cie some az, HERMAN LEVY Hampden Sydney BSc BA Columbua U MA Mathematrcs Head CARLOS A LOOP Roanoke College BA Wnllnam and Mary MA Social Studles Head HARRY A LYETH Oswego STC BS Drafting Leathercraft WILLARD E MQCDONALD Oswego STC BS Genera! Woodworknng MISS FRANCES MAGUIRE Boston U BS Speech Cheerleaders Sponsor JAMES W MAYS Hampden Sydney BS George Washington U MA Scnence MISS MARY LUE MCCAHILL Maduson College BS Scnence Jr Red Cross Sponsor ADOLPH F MILLER Oswego STC BS Electrucuty FRANCIS MORAN Johns Hopkuns BE Chemnstry Scnence 28 EDWARD N MOTLEY WnIIuam and Mary BS Physlcal Educatlon Coachrng Staff MISS ANNE V PARKER Wnlluam and Mary BA MA English LOUIS G PLUMMER Wnlluam and Mary BS Physucal Educatlon Head Track Coach ' 1 1 f f -1 1 -1 f I I 1 , ' 1 I 1 , -1 1 puede Zyfzen We Mud W ,,.. ff JACK POWERS U of Richmond History Physical Education Baseball Coach J C RANGE Milligan College BS Physical Education Honor Council Sponsor Coaching Staff P. W. ALLEN RAINE Hampden'Sydney, BA U. of Virginia, MA Mathematics PETER SACHON Catholic U BA Football Coach Mathematics MRS ANNIE P SCRUGGS William and Mary BA English Chairman MISS LILLIAN SEATS Indiana U., BS Physical Education Intramural Sports MISS ELEANOR SHERMAN Oberlin Conservatory BSM Music Head Senior Band Director WILLIAM SHUMATE JR U. ot Pennsylvania BS Distributive Education Distributors Club Sponsor MISS VIRGINIA STIDMAN U. of Maryland, BS Physical Education Intramural Sports Coach 29 MISS REBECCA SUTTLE William and Mary BA English ROBERT THOMAS Randolph Macon BS Physics, Science Key Club Sponsor MRS. ESTHER C. THOMAS Lynchburg College Speech 711-eq 7eacfn W4 70 flue MILES THOMPSON Northern llllnous STC Pruntong GENE TIMMERMAN Erskune College BA Muslc MISS LILLIAN TODD Columbua U BS MA Mathematucs JOHN WARNER MRS LALIE LETT WEBB Wxlllam and Mary BA Mary Washungton Choral Durector Home Economics MRS MARY TRULL Berry College BS Home Economlcs MRS KATHRYN WASON LOUIS WHEARY ALFRED VICK William and Mary BA Lynchburg College BA VPI Vocational Certrfncate French Club Sponsor Government Guudance MISS ANNA BELLE WATTS M G WILLEY Mary Washington BA Temple U BS MA Physlcal Educatuon Commercnal Intramural Sports Coach PRESLEY G VICK VPI Vocational Certahcate Auto Mechanlcs NOT PICTURED BENJAMIN DAY MISS MARGARET GARLAND MRS ANNA GIBSON Electrlcuty Asslstant Labrarlan French 30 . . I , . ,A . . A I I . I ' ' Maehine Shep French ' Peabody cenege, MA rqncf '70 .fike fl MlSS MABLE WINGO MRS LUCY BOWEN MISS MARY SHEFFIELD Radford College BS Hampton Roads Business Fairfax Hall Physical Education College Clerk Intramural Sports Coach Bookkeeper CARROLL WOODLING William and Mary BS Mathematics VERNON WITMER Diversified Occupations DO Club Sponsor MRS MAE M HUGHES JACK SLUSSER Cafeteria Head Custodian MRS CLARICE M LOCHER MRS LUCILLE WILLIAMS Principal s Secretary Nurse NOT PICTURED MR ELMER GIVENS MISS ELlZABETH SAUNDERS Mathematics Librarian 31 Oswego STC, BS Maryi Wasl'aington,. BS Riverside Hospital, R.N. ,414 emzw eww We ,um fwmf Without I:ree speech no Search tor truth IS possible III ACTIVITIES C u - f 0 0 CI1arIes Bradeau ,ff ,LA .V ff-44" '11 1 ' af gm s' " a -K wf ' s 'H Ms K , Q .. ,Mx A N 1 -tr., gggw , f V f-N I fiizzfi ff - 1 vw M , Skit: x V E? 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'W-sf W Mwvltmr MEETING COME to order says Bobby Hornsby chanrman of the Honor Councul at an early morning meetung to dlscuss a cheatlng case All cases of dushonesty throughout the school are trled by the Honor Councll whose members are elected by the student body FIRST ROW Morulyn Parker Make Anastasuou Bobby Hornsby Chalrman and Melvun Davus STANDING Tommy Keesee J C Range advuser and Ralph Whutley We oaam0 "lT'S COMPLETED," snghs Martha Robeson, charrman of the Handbook Commlttee as she meets wuth co work ers, Betty Tnllrnan, Bully Jessup, Ann Newsome, Ted Hoffman, Jummy Wnlson, Frank Snmmons to revlse the Counsellor, GOVERNMENT OF the students by the stu dents, and for the students as the arm of the Student Council Future cltlzens learn to gov ern themselves by taklng part IH school gov ernment holding electrons campaigning and promotung bet er frvendshnp among students Any member of the school may serve on the varnous commuttees whuch have durunq the past year planned dances a clean up druve watch your words week Fruendly Typhoon Week and Honor Week 3,33 V 'FFL "-k 'flew . ,, f 'N 4 fm 'i , gg . 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A . . t , I I ' r ' , I 1 , . l 34 ,E THE BIG SHOTS spare a munute before their meetlng to have thcnr plctures taken The Executnve Board mntnates the buslness to be drscussed In the regular Student Councul meetmg FIRST ROW Jnmmy Wulson vice president Joe Plott President Edith Mason secretary Mass Guldersleeve advuser BACK ROW Myrtle Snyder Betty Tnllman Vnanne Bryant John Splvey Jane Pearce and Darlene Mrtchell GOOD BEHAVIOR as the job of this commlttee of the Stu dent Councul STANDING Lockhart co chaarman FIRST ROW Pearce, co chalrman, Morgan Dickenson, McLahone, Revere SECOND ROW Henderson, Kelly, Coussoulos, Tharnhnll, Wnl san "JOIN THE MARCH OF DlMES" urge the members of the Publucuty Commuttee who keep the school Informed of all events KNEELING Gage Dlamondsteun STANDING Bald rldge Blake Tappan Snyder Chairman Dlckenson Thornhell Newsome Robeson Tillman DECORATING for the Square Dance gnven by the student coun cal are these members of the Dance Commnttee Mary Smith Barbara Jarrett Nancy Tanley Loretta Morris Jimmy Wllson and Shurley Ajalat SCHOOL COLORS fly brvghtly when members of the School Spnrnt Committee decorate the goal posts before a bug football game BOTTOM ROW Duck, Whitley, Thomas, Thornhlll, Bald ridge, Tlllman, Pusher, Sawyer, TOP ROW Garrett, Dlamond stem Snyder Jessup , It . - : ll A , 5 I' -1' F I E ' sw . if-V .A t rv any , - XX gg -L 1 V . , . i K 1 ,. ,, ' 4' , X I , K fl Q 1 L Y ' . 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P ' ' I 1 , 1 I I , 3 , I I I 1 I r 1 I I - 1 I 1 1 1 ' V Y - , 1 J I I H H - . . - e - . . : , - ' , 1 34 wwf 4 NOT EVEN TAKING TIME out from work on the yearbook, the I95l staff while posing for uts picture, continues the job of meet- ing the deadlines on the 172-page annual the largest un several years FIRST ROW Thalua Fenugsohn and Carole Block actuvutues edutors SECOND ROW Helen Puttman and Mollue Lord school Iufe edutors Pat Twyford busuness manager Carolyn Powell faculty edutor Jackue Gullen homeroom edutor Nellie Wuse homeroom and senuor edutor Betty Joyce Puttman Bet ty Lou Powell and Ann Garrett senuor edutors THIRD ROW Tommy Johnson and Buddy Fox photographers Arnold Epsteun and Maduson Pruce sports edutors George Mosteller and Bobby Hedgepeth classroom edutors and Nancy Fogle gurls sports edutor READY TO CLIMB unto the school car and sell ads to local merchants un order to rouse funds for the l95l Anchor are the mcmbers of the ad staff Theur efforts gave the yearbook forty sux paaes of ads KNEELING Jean Rudduck Vurgunua At kuns STANDING Mary Lynn Morgan Peggy Hood Jean Bauley Barbara Sums Jayne Zulber Shurley Bell ON CAR Joan Padgett ANCHORS OF THE ANCHOR these edutors of the l95l yearbook duscuss top ratungs on last year s annual by Columbua National and Southern Scholastuc Press Assocuatuons and how they can mauntaun these ratungs They are Nancy Nelson ed: tor Lynn Holzbach and Joan Padgett assustant edutors I , , 1' I . . . C , . , I . . I - u I S. u 2 v - , . I . fx . , f I I I T u y , N . ' ' . 1 u T h , I il , .' . u u u I I u f . I J . u - I M , cr I k 1' . - 4 'wr .Q Q A 3 I u R ,,.,,c,. I , b 2 . ' s I ' lst in , I I ur a .A 5 Eh W 0- , - I X, fe 5' I A I A 1 . fu H . u , I , . , , I VV I I . . I , . . W . A I .- , I u u I u - u - u r ' I Uf Me flfmfx, FREEDOM OF THE PRESS is en- joyed by members of the Beacon, Their paper took tap honors in the Virginia Press Association con- test, the first year this school has entered. lt was named "The most progressive paper in the state." FIRST ROW: Helen McKenzie, Bettie Jones, Jean Tappan, Judy Marks, Robert Wright. SECOND ROW: Raselie Boyd Dara Parramore Mike Anastasiau Tom my Johnson Joyce Eubank TYPHOON TIME rolls around every Saturday morning when the members of the radio speech class spend fifteen minutes at WGH broadcasting the current news ot Newport News High to interested Typhoon tons Guest of the week is Richard Bethards English teacher with regulars Mike Anastosiou Ken neth Fulton and Kay Sawyer TYPFD 1:7 BUSY BEACON BOSSES Myrtle Snyder and Frank Simmons shoulder the responsibility at meeting their bi monthly dead lines Between issues Myrtle took time out to represnt her pa per at the Columbia Scholastic Press Conference in New York f r i ' , . ,, . t. if . Y I V i - u 'x . ff' 1 1 V . I . . . I - I . paaclaim Zffze 80449 df afzlzeecfam 4 COMPARING NOTES are Betty Bazemore ac companust and Mr Warner chorus durectar COLD AND BLUE SONCSTERS FIRST ROW Gay Buckingham Booker Roberts Cannon Whute Chase and Slsson SECOND ROW Anderson Peach Lamberth Reed Geargalns Tart Puetros and Estes THIRD ROW Xnttros Wise Georgalls Bazemore Kline Ruddnck Handges Lam pros Tuck Blanks McAIwee FOURTH ROW Lassnter Lawson Fenton Farmer Nelson Holt Kersey Suce off Langford Sorenson Crutcher FIFTH ROW Smuth Asbell Smuth Jett Bowell Pollard Vuolette Futchett Nlchol SIXTH ROW Joynes T Goode Barham D Coode Johnson Fenton Gott SINC-INC1 THEIR WAY to the top the Senior Muxed Chorus mem bers chalked up a number one rating whsle performing with other schools of thus distract They took tnme out from their regular dutles to make as many performances as Margaret Truman They per formed before the Patrons League the Knwanns Club several local churches the Retured Men s Club and took part In the National Education Week radlo program and student assemblies 38 : 4 I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 ' l . - I ' ' I I I I I I I I V I I ' :fi 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' gziji' son Ellns Goodnch. 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WIA Www am! fn THEY SOUND as good as they look for they chalked up o num ber one ratung at the dustruc contest held In Norfolk the only Junior Band on the peninsula to ment this superlor award The members of the Junlor Band practlce every Monday mornlng In addrtlcn to thenr dolly drnlls In class Actnvutues have Included play :ng at both the sprung and fall plays and also morchlng nn two communnty parades JUNIOR MUSICIANS FIRST ROW Llewellyn Nachmon Hedgepeth Sunk Spuvey Homner Edwards Hoben Cobmns Ruskey SECOND ROW Jones Muchee Carter Delk Zegopulos Krause Wunstead Bar bour Walke Dlckens Wotkans THIRD ROW Honno Spnvak Wheeler Starboard Townson Muller Davenport Hams Rotutf Shockley FOURTH ROW Beasley Shepherd Coleman Moss Hall Ross Burcher McDon old Davenport Wornom FIFTH ROW Hedrlck Grote Roberts Padgett Mudkuff Seay Parrlsh Rowe Simpson Hlgglnbotham A HIGHSTEPPER IS the Junuor Band drum mayor Russell Rowe who leads the young muslclans In parade 39 ""'3 O I I I I I ll Il , I I I 5 I I I I I , I ,' , , ' I I ' I ' I I I I I I I - , I I - l , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 - ' I I I I I I I T , , - - I , , , , , , f , . I 2 if 'Q 5 1 1 E. S I .. I -.,.T,V,wm . X Q . 'E A H? , . I V . . X 5 .feafm Zo .face 7ogeMm -mf A Yu , . Surge' M ,. -. "+,'--kwim ' A 4,.ywf1x,,:- ,Q N. WJ V 1-' . '.ff'SN ,:,..w.ff . ' MC., .Qu 144 We Much 7 IN A FLURRY of white and gold satin the four strutting flag twirlers, Mary Handges, Nancy Fogle, Mary Ellen Booth, and Norma Monta- gue, demonstrate their high stepping smartness. TO THE STIRRINC STRAINS of Sousa's "Thunderer March" eighty Newport Band- sters strutted at football games and parades during the fall semester. Trips to games in Norfolk, and Portsmouth stadiums highlighted the gridiron season for the band. ln the spring the young musicians brought home an ex- cellent rating from the contest in Norfolk. ln May, the band and chorus combined to present a well-received concert. When the curtain fell after the "Stars and Stripes For- ever" march, the curtain also fell on another chapter in the annals of one of NNHS's best known organizations. lFor band home rooms see page 6ll 1 ig! a,""b X 4' an the an the Stoqe scene New aaa fbaamcilac Z 'T bfisfvmfx A BIG PART of any play IS the group backstage who really run FIRST ROW Hamllton Coussoulos Anastaslou Dullng Sem thungs Here are the heads ot the staffs who push the plays onara to SUCCQS5 SECOND ROW Bowden Anastasuou Mason Meredlth Brom berg Garret Hazelwood Martm WlTH A CHEERY SMILE and a courteous Hello ushers Kay HEAVE HO' groan the Stage Crew who adjusts the drops To Marshall Lorraine Carmine ,lackle Glllen and Betty Buckmg work backstage at all clvlc and school programs IS the job of horn do all they can to make the evenung enjoyable for the this fanthful foursome Tommy Garrett Red Nicholson Jrmmy playgoers Hazelwood and Bull Martin 43 I IQS .1 -T re 11 nw g " 1, we x vi' v - -. 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I I I T Z I I , , . 1 sfmzef Safran! ezmm 9 Vi' VICTORY THROUGH L U N G power us the motto at our Gold and Blue pepsters each and every game at home or away funds them cheerung the team on Thus year the school spurut was boosted by FIRST ROW Mary Lynn Mor rus Phyllus Stortz hearl cheerlead er Kay Marshall SECOND ROW Paulune Rauvalus Mullue Padgett Renee Lampros Barbara Belote THIRD ROW ,loan Padqett THAT LITTLE KEGS OF DYNAMITE can make cz bug nouse as proved by the Jayvee Cheerleaders' Thus years petute pepsters are FRONT ROW Shurley Davus head SEC OND ROW Jean Roberts Rose Jones THIRD ROW Rosemary Joyner Shurley Hal land They dad the cheerunq at all uunuor vorsuty qames C I I ,,,,,?, , , . , Tx vm '-rg fum! sa I V- I 'u I mi li ,g M V' 1 Q . ' A ur 4 3 1 . 3 A ,, Q g ' ,M , ,sp 1 1 V 1 I ' X, 9 ff- If ' ' I I '- . ,pl ' , I . I ' - Rr C, H , Q AA , , it 1 C . , , . I . . I I - 3 u I 1 , A 44 SPANISH CLUB NORTH OF THE BORDER senors and senoritas gather at a Spanish Club meeting to learn something of the Spanish people and their customs. FIRST ROW: Morrison Crum Johnson Simmons Bromberg Pegram president' Anderson. SECOND ROW: Stein Wilson Fisher Wolfly Astor Chapman Conn Weiner, THIRD ROW: Eure Cook Bicouvaris Parados Cal- vin Domino Jones Jackson Taylor Cox Miss Mar- tha Hatcher sponsor' Silk. FOURTH ROW: Moore Creech Harlow Carpenter McAfee Steele FRENCH CLUB FRERE JACQUES sing the members of the French Club During the first semester the club entertained new members with a social at the YMCA but because of the resignation of their sponsor they have tempo rarily disbanded AT PIANO Mrs Katheryn Wason sponsor FIRST ROW Smith Roberts Joyner Warren Seigal Scull Reese and Case SECOND ROW Fenigsohn Nachman Lacy Win stead Sheilds White Morris Jones Baker Lawson Poffenberger and Joyner THIRD ROW Volhein Becker and Bromberg LATIN CLUB TELLINC1 TIME by means of the sun dial as did the ancient Romans is a challenge for the members of the Latin Club During the year they held a Christmas party complete with ambrosia a Roman banquet and a picnic The purpose of all this is to increase their knowledge of Roman customs and traditions FIRST ROW Jones Munoz Sisson Hutton Kratzsch Booker Mewborne Wolfe Early SECOND ROW Hull Hogge Stockton Johnson Cox Raine Newsome Cohen Robeson Parker Mahone THIRD ROW Miss Mary Cox sponsor Nancy Nel son president Selby Erlach Beaulieu Llewellyn Shockley Carter Dick Jarrett Moseby BACK ROW Von Doenhoff Seward Odell Peach Powell Smith Hoffman Jett Courtney Jackson 13' New atm of Ex FUTURE ARTISTS THAT ARTISTIC TOUCH us applled as members of the Art Club prepare tor thelr sprung exhubut at a downtown store FRONT ROW Ann Garrett presucent Lorraune Car mme BACK ROW Soma Baxter Pat Pottenberger Shurley McCausIey Betty Lackey Renee Lampras Mayls Sherman Janet Wolfe Ann Dickenson PROSPECTIVE POETS SITTING IN on a meetung of the staff of Launchungs the Creatuve Writers Club maqazme Muss Annye Bur hank sponsor lends orngunal Ideas and encourages Newport Hugh s future literary mlnds SEATED Mass Burbank Martha Rosebon Ann Tum berlake Ann Newsome STANDING Francus Hull Jeannette Llewellyn Rich ard Gage Shirley McCausIey Carolyn Crutcher Frances Raine ,.f"'1 YOUNG SCIIQNTISTS MEMBERS OF THE Science Club examine and classify shells as they work on their prolect which tned for tnrst place at the an nual Junior Academy of Science meeting In Lynchburg FIRST ROW Mayer Levy presrdent Betty Warlutner Mary Moore Dlckre Gaqe Cath enne Newbull Tommy Chapman Jack Pad CEN SECOND ROW Bully Peach Vlrgul Rowe Jean Sawyer Jeannette Llewellyn Myrtle Snvrer Burt Short Egbert Jackscn n u I 1 A 1 1 4 I I C V T I I T . , , A I I 1 1 1 65.0. 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Swwace DISTRIBUTORS CLUB APPLYING THE KNOWLEDGE garned through thelr work IU local stores each of these members of the Dustnbutors Club must arrange a dnsplay once a semester The members of the club proudly showrng off theur display case In the north end of the hall are Margaret Pegram Marlene Harden Mary Lou Kung Cathernne Lambert Mr Wrllram Shumate sponsor Jrmmy Mears Stanley Cramer Betty Lou Meadows Ella Ruth Ewrng Mollie Lord Norma Montague 'mi' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS BUSY AT WORK on one of thelr mayor proyects Typhoon Twuns are the offlcers of the FHA Marne The twuns were sold to make extra money for the club The future homemakers also sponsored a Snow ball Dance as a part of the school s Chrrstmas cele bratuon JUNIOR RED CROSS TO FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS of theur parent organization the Red Cross these Junuor Red Cross members tour the senlor bunldlng Each member of the student body IS automatically a member but representatuves are chosen from each homeroom to serve In the organnzatlon KNEELING Leyland Rowe Rhrnehart STANDING Moss Mewborne Langston Kersey Hardee Coleman Pnllaman Allen Cabmess Pat terson Camont Underwood Davidson Price Len hart Barley Cutchuns I I I I , . 1 I I I I I - I I , , I ,. I V Ac . 1:-Eg K. W -gi xy J ' or I It. .Lf I - 1,52 - . 'vt . if MTN" wr- F . 'rf . , , , ,I r H . . , 'Epi Q ,F M Todd, Barbara Alto, Edith Hester, and Shirley Hardy. ' Q 1 Il - II 1? vas: ,I - I, , . 1 X - ' b I A-N gg 11-Q Z, , N53 1 lst. It .sf I T. ' f 'NHMWS , I C- 'e , A , . I I . K . . I 2 , , ' . I I I I I T xt I A I 1 I I I T I fs. -Lic ,L .ill 47 ,CMJ .Bea LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP and general good char HERE IS A CLUB that really works Washing cars and handing out acter are the requisites for membership in the National handbills are only two of its projects The Key Club was represented by Honor Society delegates at the district convention in Richmond and the international SEATED Mary Ellen Booth Nancy Fogle Harriet Hut convention in Miami ton KNEELING Nancy Nelson Catherine Newbill FIRST ROW Seward Barfield Hull Wimmer Chappell Crum STANDING Lynn Halzbach Ashton Violette Billy SECOND ROW Spivey Peach Nicholson Frank Levy president Rus Peach Doug Goode Mayer Levy Mike Anastasiou sell Barham Wilson THIRD ROW Mr Robert Thomas sponsor Becker Gage Anastasiou Smith Hoffman Jackson Sterling Masters FOURTH ROW Kitchen Odell Chapman Marshall Morrison Over ton Underwood Rowe Padgett Chappell Epstein THIS T FORMATION isnt on a football field but is formed by members ot the National Thespian Society. Entrance into this club is based upon service to the drama department, KNEELING: Tommy Garrett, president, Thornhill, Nicholson. STANDING1 Nelson, Hamilton, Diamondstein, Crum, Snyder, Martin, Boze- rnore, Becker, Bromberg, Anastasiou, Howard, Fulton, Caplan, Overton, Anas- tasiou, Russell, Koskinas, Chappell. 48 HARD WORK is the essential for membership in the uill and Scroll. It takes IOO inches of type in The Beacon or exceptional work on the Anchor to quality for the honor. FIRST ROW: Joyce Eubank, president, SEC- OND ROW, Myrtle Snyder, Frank Simmons, THIRD ROW: Mike Anastasiou, Ken Fulton, FOURTH ROW. Nancy Nelson, Tommy John- son. In Sdmal am! G we Aff' .....,...4L Y TEENS HOW THEY FOUND TIME to have their pucture taken IS hard to answer for the Y Teens as one at the most active organlza teons un school They sent a delegate to a Unuted Natnons meet Ing held socvals and read to chlldren IH the hospital SEATED Carolyn Beauluau Peggy Clay Elaune Babb Ann Baker Carolyn Shockley STANDING I-larrlet Hutton Anton nette Thermedus Elba Munoz Frances Royer Mary Lou Kal mon Vnvlan Scott Loss Reed Jean Roberts Margaret Parados LIBRARY ASSISTANTS DECK THE HALLS sung these Irbrary assustants as they deco rate for the Yule season They are Annie Coleman and Pat Lackey STANDING Ella Ruth Ewung Charlotte Garland Var gunna Duck Glenna Stanley Sarah Hege and I-larruet Hutton OFFICE ASSISTANTS DELIVERING NOTICES and stamping late slrps keep the ottuce asslstants busy These arrls help out IU the affuce In theur free periods Margaret Stunette Nancy Tuck Phyllls McAIIwee Martha Robeson Mary Moore Catherine Brooks Harry War Iutner HIY BOY CITIZENS ot the comrnunlty members of the I-lu Y hold theur weekly meetzng at the Y to duscuss plans for sponsor Ing a movie at one of the local theatres Hayrldes and dances are also Included In their yarled program FIRST ROW Bobby I-Iedgepeth Teddy Masters Tommy Frank and Lynn Holzbach SECOND ROW Larry Crum Bully Jessup Jlmmy Wulson Donnue Wood and George Sulk THIRD ROW Billy Harrus Holland Taylor Frank Summons Tommy Johnson l ff: 33 ' rf . gf 4. . 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H ff - - - , I I - ' I I I r I I 3 I , f 3 I , - , , I 3 1 I 3 I , , - 144 aujwze Gdfeyenfi We Jlaue .Eeaanecf l-lme love ol liberty us tlwe love ol: otlwers, tlme love ol povver IS tlme love ol ourselves IV UNDERCLASSMEN o QQ o 0 U William l-lazlitt . . . e ' illerw Sameof0m4uemZ1af1e11'fwe 93? 52 EICHTH GRADE OFFICERS WHAT SHALL WE PLAY NEXT9 asks Bobby Tuck the mace secretary of Phal Wheeler president and Darlene Mitchell student council representatuve as they stop by the luke box In the cafeterua after school HOMEROOM lO6 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MRS KATHERINE WASSON FIRST ROW Blaur Boswell Joseph Allen James Aunslle Charles Be langua Larry Anspach Wayne Bos tuc Donald Booker SECOND ROW Barbara Ballard Helen Blalock Marcla Block Dans Bowden Marulyn Aranow June Al len Mary Blount THIRD ROW Louise Bradley Mary Anastasuou Patrucua Beatty Nan Barfleld Lols Anderson Peggy Barefoot FOURTH ROW Johnny Wulluams Bob Gaddus Edward Franklm Ed ward Binder Fred Allen Leroy Brewer Maxon Barnhouse Rnch ard Barbour Mrs Wasson HOMEROOM 2Ol EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MRS ESTHER THOMAS FIRST ROW Lee Burcher Troy Chappell Regnnald Hansford Rob ert Campbell Allen Hanrahan Melvin Caplan Everett Clark John Burke SECOND ROW Frntts Whute Nancy Harrison Shirley Hogge Joan Cobb Sylvua Brooks Caro lyn Campbell Lawana Crockett Edwnna Cashman Jeanette Hornsby THIRD ROW Shurley Cooper Bet ty Castelow Catherine Coe P trlcla Bradsher Laura Curlmg Joan Cabnness Sherudan Crossley Mrs Thomas Donald Buchan FOURTH ROW Bally Harris Bull Glover Bobby Mahone Paul Chap man Cecul Butts Sldney Bunn Vernon Brunkley James Carter George Gubson Ben Chlldress 4 n Hi? 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HOMEROOM 207 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MISS MARY COX FIRST ROW Lawson Sparrow George Themndes Jerry Hedge peth Johnny Talbert Donald Smith Carleton Spivey Donald Volheun SECOND ROW Vrvnan Skyes Bet ty Thomas Barbara Shockley Mar garet Shreeves Elizabeth Smlth Glorua Stoops Anna Mane Thomp son Shirley Jackson THlRD ROW Betty Taylor Eve lyn Vretos Mary Ann Sherman Ruth Struckland Barbara Under wood Joyce Steele Barbara Srnuth Manlyn Spotts Charlotte Horton Ann Howell FOURTH ROW Bully Harris Bobby Tuck Jlmmy Starboard Robert Tolbut Wayne Taylor lra Gubson Charles Sparrow Loans Smlth Eu gene Hednck Mnss Cox HOMEROOM 208 TENTH GRADE Teacher MlSS BEULAH BRASHER FIRST ROW Bob Edwards Donald Cox George Dangler Arthur Da vus Hopkuns Crowder John Jor don Bobby Jones SECOND ROW Ann DeBerry Nelda Keeton Mary Fneld Betty Doup Chan Drummond Grace Ez zell Manan Fleenor Klddy Duck THlRD ROW Shlrley DeBerry Emma Joyner Myra Everett Vur gmsa Davudson Klmberly Ferson Betty Edwards Ann Eason Nellue Jones FOURTH ROW Phnllup Clark Tolly Dnckerson Charles Housman Rlch ard Cooke Landon Delk Raymond Duke Mass Brasher HOMEROOM 2l5 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MISS PATSY DALE FIRST ROW Edward Evans Joe Fox James Hallman Davld Ezzell Garland Dane Easley Hamner Charles Hanna SECOND ROW Barbara Goodruch Sondra Gordon Anlta Hehl Bar bara Fowler Patncla Hardee Myra Goodson Mary Ellen Gary Anton ette Franceschl THlRD ROW Goal Hutchens Myrtle Gatllng Shirley Stump Corrue Johnson Betty Hazelwood Lydia Forrest Sue Hart Phyllrs Forbes Mass Dale FOURTH ROW Edward Taylor Clifford Knng Ross Futrell Rich ard Gray Bull Hamilton John Gar rett Joe Hlnnant Bernard Fried land Larry Townsen - 1 I . 1 1 1 1 . , ' 1 1 ' 1 1 I , I . . , ' , 1 I . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , . - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' , . - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' A 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' , . Kim! .E Len '7wmea4 HOMEROOM 303 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MISS FRANCES MAGUIRE FIRST ROW Donald Morgan Law rence Moss Katne Morrus Joan Moell Lenora Queensberry James Horton Roy Moms Hmton Parker SECOND ROW Gerald Peltz Hazel Pleasants Melva Morrls Dorothy Johnson Faye Nachman Betty Pollard Mary Aluce Pruce E C Olver THIRD ROW Wallace Nesblt Ivan Nachman Marne Parker Mary Mlchalos Myra Jones P trncua Moss Darlene Mntchell Jane Prnce Raymond Pearce FOURTH ROW Steven Petroff Donald Pearson Rnchard Holt H bert Ledbetter Melvan Muller Carl Phnllups Ezra Perhealth Rlchard Parker HOMEROOM 304 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MR JOHN GRAVATT FIRST ROW Davnd Melson James Muchue James McShane Henry Kelley Rodney Llewellyn Edward Lanier SECOND ROW Lulllan Kung Mar garet Hubbard Patsy Kelley Rosa Meares Mary Jane Meadows Shar Iey McClelland Shelby Medlln THIRD ROW Lorene Marshall Janet Lewus Joan Lenhart Dolores Markham Helen Kllpatrlck Jean Martln Patracna Creasman Kath ryn Marsh FOURTH ROW Bruce Mewborne Thomas Lnndsay Wulluam Krause Ray Keeter Davad McDonald James Letts Mr Gravatt HOMEROOM 305 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MR ELI LEONARD FIRST ROW Melvsn Sawyer James Ruslcy John Shepherd Frank Rhodes Wallace Sunk Rob ert Sklnner Bruce Smuth SECOND ROW Shlrley Ruddle Eu genla Rauch Agnes Rowe Patrl cua Rolluns Patrucua Rlpley Arlune Rodgers Mary Sayre THIRD ROW Carol Robmson Joan Challus Sammle Milner Bar bara Reynolds Ann Hope Scott Carol Reed Katherme Seward Barbara Robertson FOURTH ROW Herbert Ross Phul lop Pleasants Raymond Prldgen Russell Rowe Henry Rowe Ennus Ramey Mr Leonard U O 1 , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 0' 1 1 , . 5 1 1 1 U' 1 1 1 1 1 ' , 1 1 1 1 I . . , I W 1 1 I I Y 1 1 Gertrude Llverman, Shurley Melton. 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T 1 I I A 1 1 1 1 : , A 1 1 1 1 , . . 0111014 Nag Qmhwn HOMEROOM 3l6 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MR FRANKJ MORAN FIRST ROW Robert Wright O vnlle Wolf Horace Wlllnoms Rudy Mnxson Robert Watknns Wnllard Weaver James Young SECOND ROW Barbara Webb Jane Stanley Lots Wnlllfard Frntts White Roberta Webb Shurley Wulson THIRD ROW Carol Woodward Sarah F Whete Nancy Wulley Barbara A White Betty Wheeler Imogene Womack Marlorne Lund qulst FOURTH ROW Phul Wheeler Le Roy Walker Carroll Walker John Wulkuns Mr Moran NINTH GRADE OFFICERS WAITING THEIR TURN at the offlce Counter are the nnnth grade ottucers Joyce Vannue presmdent Kent Puckett secretary Vlanne Bryant student councll representa tuye and Tommy Keesee honor council representatuve School bus mess keeps thus quartet busy HOMEROOM IOI NINTH GRADE Teacher MR C H WOODLING FIRST ROW Charles Hall Mac Langston Allan Roberts Sldney Hubbard Terry Futrell Odell Gar ner Jerry Harden SECOND ROW Gabble Garrett Joanne Gott Dons Godsey Betty Hamby Myrtland Henderson June Hucks Evelyn Howell Jean Hud gms THIRD ROW John Young Jessne Harcum Betty Grant Dons Har pnne Betty Hamilton Kathernne Gayle and Joe Turner BACK ROW Ben Gordon Lemuel Seay Tum Howell Bobby Schweuda Raymond Jardan Bully Hedgepeth Granyulle Hall Woodle Garrett Paul Hanna Mr Woodlmg , , I'- 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 r 1 1 I , . , ' 1 1 , . . 4 1 1 1 1 l , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' r 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . mo ew HOMEROOM IO3 NINTH GRADE Teacher MR WILLIAM CRYER FIRST ROW Morris Apperson Wulllam Ruchardson Baker Asher Paul Shannon Clarence Roberts Sproull Johnson Bully Beasley SECOND ROW Shirley Benthall Patsy Allred Beverley Avant Ann Benton Myrla Calvln Donna Ker anen Gay Allen THIRD ROW Dons Evans Nancy Ba er Elaine Black Ann Bell Ann Adams Georgia Bucoavarns Frances Apple FOURTH ROW Garland Bedsaul Jimmy Bradley Jnmmy Axley Wl lnam Scarlett Eugene Wesley Ron ald Barlow Dan Bradley HOMEROOM IOS NINTH GRADE Teacher MISS MARTHA HATCHER FIRST ROW Donald Howard Joe Lanler Walter Leyland Leonard Spuvak Thomas Keesee Francis Lackey Stephen Fox SECOND ROW Barbara Jones Edna Kegley Fay Kessel Patrucna Brookshure Nancy Jones Barbara Kubel Janet Joyner Sarah Kerr Charlese Jones Ethelyn Jack on Joyce Cruckenberger Ma I Krause Shurley Harrell Shnrley Kelley Betty Lackey FOURTH ROW Nwck Kaulos Gene Woltley Albert Kelley Ralph Ra bmowutz Mass Hatcher HOMEROOM 206 NINTH GRADE Teacher MR HERMAN LEVY FIRST ROW James Davenport Donald Coffey Gerald Buntnng Frank Buck James Bunn John Hoban Wnllaam Kelley SECOND ROW Jacque Hueter Frona Conn Barbara Ann Carpen ter Peggy Cox Dons Cooke Annta Case Carolyn Peace Ann Payne THIRD ROW Helen Theophulos Yvonne Dale Dorothy Keller Joyce Bryant Betty Carter Ann Carney Vlanne Bryant Hadden Bowen FOURTH ROW Vernon Cartwnght Thomas Doughty Frank Clark Raymond Langston Robert Camp er Randall Pounders LeRoy Curry Mr Levy ' 1 I I Y I I I , . 1 I f , I I T , . : ' , I4 , , , I , 1 I I I IT I I T , . I I H , , I V , , I I I . . , , I I J THIRD ROW: Genis Bird Crowder, I K' I , r o r I e , , , , 3 I I I T , . f I I , , , , , I 1 I , I , 1 3 f Y , , , , , I ' , . I I ' I I I l , , f I f 56 7a faich Un 57 HOMEROOM 2l4 NINTH GRADE Teacher MlSS ELINE KRISCH FIRST ROW Edward Howell Franklun Mltchell June McAfee Peggy Bostlc Jean Hudglns Car ter Harrnson Stephen Morgan SECOND ROW Martha Smuth Bettue Moore Lnlluan Martm Sally Madra Barbara Pannell May Llewellyn Nancy Taylor THIRD ROW Shurley Brldge Ruth Barron Elanne Stern Myrtle Terry Dorothy Hnggmbotham Anna Lanktord Arlene Mclnture FOURTH ROW Davucl McMahon Leroy Anderson Alvtn Mlzelle Cllfton McLawhorn Harry Mears George Snlk HOMEROOM 3Ol NINTH GRADE Teacher MRS MARION GIEDEMANN FlRST ROW Marshall Evevette Ronnue Prevxlle Leonard Frnerman Marvln Davld Rennne Duck Par old Rhodes Earl Fox SECOND ROW Maxune Damuno Audrey Grlffln Carolyn Eure Ruby Harlow Lynne Steele June Fowler Peggy Davns THIRD ROW Estelle Ellus Patrl cla Gaddls Jeryl Dlamont Polly Englush Barbara Drucker Betty Splers Jean Denton Eluzabeth Davenport FOURTH ROW Mrs Gledemann Kenneth Fodrey Barbara Ferro Norma Ferro Carl Shepherd Ber ton Fowler HOMEROOM 32l NINTH GRADE Teacher MISS REBECCA SUTTLE FIRST ROW Edward Wllllams James Wyatt Sonny Spencer Lu clous Stanfleld Buddy Stein Ted Underwood Bully Young SECOND ROW Ellzabeth Tarnage Jeanne Wlnstead Shrrley Wellung ton Blondlna Tomlln Vurgunua West Morgue Goad Ann Smuth Betty Jean Smuth THIRD ROW Shirley Whlte Mary Townsley Barbara Whltmer Jean Weaver Beverly Zegopulos Joyce Vannu DeLous Troup Perry Wor nom FOURTH ROW Patsy Lou Watson Stephen Sprouse George Tanner Bully Sawyer Bobby Thompson Bobby Young Joan Taylor 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 . - 1 1 I l F - 1 1 1 1 1 , . 3 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 1 1 11 3 1 1 1 I I l V , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nancy Dullaman, Ruby Emory, 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . 1 1 1 I ! F - 1 I I T 1 1 , . 3 1 I . 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 t 1 1 1 1 I I - 3 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 l TENTH GRADE OFFICERS GETTING HELP on a drffncult les son Ronnue Jenkuns tenth grade president and Ralph Whitley honor councll representatuye catch up wlth Jane Pearce secretary an front of school before she catches her bus HOMEROOM IO4 TENTH GRADE Teacher LLOYD CLARK FIRST ROW Jerry Hogge Wllllam Davis Glen Crockett Donald Emer son Ronald Easom Welluam Deuell SECOND ROW Shnrley Cox Allce Gasklns Shurley Davns Helen Cous soulos Evelyn Farmer THIRD ROW Ann Klrkpatrlck Clarussa Edwards Mary Ann Mlchne Jean Dangler Carol East man FOURTH ROW Ronald Jenkins Allen Ezzell Paul Reynolds Ray mond Thomas Marcn Farrar Rob ert Conley Roy Deuell C B Court ney HOMEROOM ll2 TENTH GRADE Teacher MISS LILLIAN TODD FIRST ROW Felix Flerg Gene Chappell Bally Chnstensen Ralph Boaer Bully Burton Bull Columbia Phul Allen SECOND ROW Jo Ann Astor Patsy Booker Nelda Cobb Caro lyn Parker Martha Brown Patrncua Collins Irma Carter THIRD ROW Dorothy Harrington Dorothy Cartcr Nancy Chrnstuan Pegay Carnpball Mary Duck Mar qaret Brewer Mss Todd FOURTH ROW George Coyton Grady Webb Duvrd Falk Louis Coley Frank Cannon Donald randt Ewool Carroll E wln Coleman Sa 0-IMO-'Lai XWW' 94' hr E ,gr 3521 sp. -me ,veg W, Mau, HOMEROOM II3 TENTH GRADE Teacher MISS EMILIE HOLLADAY FIRST ROW Dan Phlllnps Ralph Smlth John Allen Robert Penn David Peeples Joe Posluk George Amory SECOND ROW Sheila Rawls Elaine Brnder Delores Pearson Myrtle Slsson Wilma Allen Mar garet Perados Shnrley Patruck Lynette Perkins Margaret Pegrom THIRD ROW Joan Kounnos Lots Reed Peggy Howell Vlvlan Allen Theda Rotlutt Jane Penrce Shar ley Boyd Muss Holladav FOURTH ROW Franklrn Borefleld Robert Deboer Wendell Pollard John Payne Gene Phullups Wayne Parker HOMEROOM 209 TENTH GRADE Teacher MR M G WILLEY FIRST ROW Barbara Kersey Re becca Young Josephnne Jobe Rosemary Joyner Delores John ston Mary Lou Kulmon Anne Baker Josue Hate ley Holland Rose Jones Barbara Hnnnant Mona Webb Ja Ann Merrltt Jaan Kerman Yvonne Yates THIRD ROW Sophocles Kolas Roberts Johnson Francis Hull Kelley Hunnont Carlton Kemper Gordon Brown HOMEROOM 2I8 TENTH GRADE Teacher MR JAMES MAYS FIRST ROW Jerry Londeree Barley Watkins Carlton Mansfteld Belly Masters Jack Broadwater Robert Lewis Sylvester Meares SECOND ROW Vlrgunla Lindsay Janlce Llpes Shirley Lnttle Glorua Kratzsch Barbara Anderson Rona Fisher Nancy Lackey Jeanette Lewus THIRD ROW Loretta Wood Ro berta Elllott Jane Squires Jackne Martens Caroline Crutcher FOURTH ROW Gilbert Taylor Paul Morgan Bully Monspnle Wut mer Marshall Joe Keranen Bully Mohone - 1 ' ' , , , , f , : ' , , , I I T , , , . 5 1 f f , I I T , i. I I , , , , 2 , - , , I - , , , , SECOND ROW: Llllue Evans, Shir- , , , , , , I I , , , , 2 , ' I I I I , , , . 3 I f , f f , , : , - , , , . 5 f I I A , , Amt KW vm ww, ,emma 60 Homeroom 3l2 Tenth Grade Teacher MR P W RAINE FIRST ROW Arthur Rinehart Glona John son Kathleen Scarlett Ellen Rudd Jacque lnne Georgalas Harry Ssmpson SECOND ROW Martha Robeson Jacquelune Royals Gladys Frledman Veronica Georga las Kay Sawyer Jean Roberts THIRD ROW Dorothy Schrum Frances Rodgers Darllng Anderson Joan Saunders Carolyn Shockley Pauline Rouvalns FOURTH ROW Maurice Sasser Claude Al len Bobby Rltch Warren Sscelotf Raymond Sawyer George Westcott Mr Rome Homeroorn 3l3 Tenth Grade Teacher MISS NINA HUFFMAN FIRST ROW Lawrence Wult Edward Gay lord Edgar Asbell Clarence Hullung Ancnl Corbett Claiborne Hlcks Raymond Goff SECOND ROW Marram Walke Dorothy Tyler Carol Werner Ann Lee Gay Joyce Fenton Betty Barfleld Barbara Fox THIRD ROW Betty Walton Rosa Gruggs Helen Hester Lnnwood Gubson Eugene Francxs FOURTH ROW Wlllle Grlnstead Hubert Fodrey Cecil Wrlght Belly Floyd Taylor Goode Tommy Gatlung Homeroom 3l5 Tenth Grade FIRST ROW Rlchard Powell Albert von Doenhoff Bobby Mosby Claxton Page land Nuckols Tommy Olaosen SECOND ROW Mrs Conn Charlotte Mor gan Jonzennle Mewborne Betty Slrns Eba Munoz Pattne Lou Parker Rose Allce Palmer Barbara Smith THIRD ROW Jean Muchaud Pat Parker Natalie Muchalos Lenora Muller Carolyn Beaulneu FOURTH ROW Tommy Mulner Le Roy Shelby Ted Morrlson Bernard Spuers Wnl Ilarn Parrish Marvun Mitchell Orvllle Nagele Donny Morgan Homeroom 3l8 Tenth Grade Teacher MR ROBERT THOMAS FIRST ROW Coulborn Tyler Thomas Terry Shirley Illsh Bobby Srnlth Ruchard Balser SECOND ROW Sue Stockton Peggy Huff man Antoinette Thernldes Ruby Smith Morgue Shuman Jacquelune Sykes THIRD ROW Elaine Guulllarns Dons Waldo Mary McKeIvy Barbara Soar Ann Thomas Betty Braswell FOURTH ROW Frank Smith Cabell Slay don Ralph Whntley Donnie Stortz Dwight Beasley I N W I 1 , - I I I - , . : I I I T I , . . 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QW Bam! 61 Homeroom IO7 Band Teacher MR CARLOS LOOP FIRST ROW Bully Campbell Jack Odell Irwln Nachman Wullnam Spencer Wulluam Shlelcls Bobby Wummer Jerry Smath SECOND ROW Donald Foreman Mildred Holt Mary Ann Moore Mary Ellen Booth Nancy Fogle Katle Lasslter Nancy Fore hand Mary Lee Klrkpatruck THIRD ROW James Whntmore Ben Kltch en Cecul Underwood Jasper Kutchen Hol land Taylor Sam Natt Waverly Shockley Teddy Masters FOURTH ROW Tommy Watson Ronnue Stallungs Bull Purdy Robert Gwaltney Mr Loop Homeroom IO8 Band Teacher GENE TIMMERMAN FIRST ROW Elmore Holloman Claude Bar field Clarence Roberts Edward Burcher Leroy Hogge Thomas Weymouth SECOND ROW Roger Moore Helen Arroll Suzanne Roberts Phyllis Cohen Janice Roberts Patrncra Buttungton Thomas Chap man THIRD ROW Ned Parrish Donald Wnlson Levon Croswell Thomas Kubel Lloyd Mc Causley and Donald Harvey FOURTH ROW Davld Joye Norman Ben nett Wullaam Key Robert Allen Cllnton Mldkltt Zeb Bartleld Russell Cofer and Stanley Goldberg Homeroom l23 Band Teacher MRS LALIE WEBB FIRST ROW Egbert Jackson John Dunne Jack Nelson Ronald Splers Dan Jones Mayer Levy SECOND ROW Norma Montague Peggy Clay Elanne Babb Sherrill Phlllups Moon yeen Warren THIRD ROW Charles Hogan Ruth Moss Frances Rome Perry Wornom Mary Handaes Madison Prlce FOURTH ROW Edward Eure Jerry Shock ley Kenny Joyner Thomas Savage Wnl lnam Wlse Thomas Frank Homeroom l26 Nnnth Grade Teacher MRS ANN AMOTT FIRST ROW Joe Parker Warren Powell Jerry Overman Betty Rltch Norris Padgett Tommy Brown Ned Parrush SECOND ROW Helen Perados Loretta Scull Daralne Sengal Mary Alice Revere Shnrley Smmmons Betty Phllllps Theresa Phullups Jean Taylor Jewell Phipps THIRD ROW Mary Queensberry Nancy Morrus Charlene Nachman Loretta Mor ns Barbara Patterson Charlsle Pennington Delores Nash Fay Rawllngs FOURTH ROW Wllllam Powell Frank Ot tofaro Kent Puckett Glenn Nelson Mrs Amott I Q nn I I , . N ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , , . , - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . , - 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 ' , . , , r 1 1 1 1 1 1 I , . - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' A . 1 1 1 1 . I ' . , ' ,1 1 1 ' , . l , , . - 1 1 1 1 1 , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , . . , - 1 1 1 - umm Make Me Wwuzfq, ELEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS STEPPING UP In the world the Junior officers look forward to belng In the top class next year They are Marllyn Parker honor council representative Sidney Barham presldent Betty Tull man executuve board representatuve Bobby Seward vice presldent and Shirley Fowler secre ta ry Shirley Agalat Robert Allen Clarence Anderson Larry Armstrong Colvm Avant Shnrley Baldrldge S a 512' Davis Ballard Claude Barfleld Zeb Barfleld W Sudney Barham cuz:- Wode Barlow Duane Baxter L 62 will 1 . . ., I 6 A A-I , iw, Q. E I Q I 4 y H , s..,, B, Y an , relrs , FN 3 uw v . ,WWF F . 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' fff ' ' 'f"' ' king, .,, A J T S tm, T V VK W ,J I I , 4, .zbuz E lda Lee Thornhill Betty Tillman Ann Timberlake Marie Todd Nancy Tuck Dorothy Tugwell Donald Turlington Cecil Underwood Herman Volhein Jeanne Ward Rodney Ware Elwood Warren Betty Warlitner Harry Warlitner Theresa Watson William Webb Joel Werblow Mary Lee White Marguerite Wilkerson Bobby Wimmer Ronald Williams wwe fail 53 mi 'GL uv- Arthur Wilt 4'-' Janet Wolfe Nancy Xiftros 'Gr' Hazel Taylor May l4 l934 ril 3 5 lmwvmwfwv at X -sf-tiozwff ' 1 fi B, 6.4-4 'S-.r I J ik 4 M -Q-rf IN MEMORIAM In this our first junior section of the yearbook the Anchor Staff pays tribute to Hazel Tay- lor a junior who died on April 3 l95l. Although she trans- ferred from Warwick High School in l949 she had made many friends among students and teachers in our school. Hazel was buried in Carrollton, Georgia, her former residence. rqacf '7eacfz 7fzem a ew '7faia.74 7041! 3 :,.,. A 5 . 1 Q A A A 1 sf V iif ' . 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FALL IS REALLY HERE soy the February officers whlsklng away the leaves ln front of the school These hard workers are Kenneth Crump vuce presadent John Splvey executuve board Betty Beck treasurer Dons Jackson secretary and Kenneth Fulton presudent 5 . we a E 9 f" LX 1 la U ff - - ' 4 1 F - 1 ' I I I 1 I 1 I I V t I . I - , . 1 I 1 ' I 1 - . L . . I . I 1 To the Class of February l95l AS YOUR SPONSOR I want to glve you my warmest congratu latlons on the successful completnon of your work Ieadung to graduatnon from hugh school I feel that l know and luke each of you and that l have a very personal and specnal nnterest nn you since you were among the flrst students l taught un NNHS l am thlnklng of three wlshes that l have for you In the future fnrst and most Important happiness and success In whatever busuness and personal relationships you enter second a peace ful and Cod fearnng world un whlch you may llve freely and democratically and third satisfaction through rendernng serv :ce to and getting along wuth other people My contlnued good wushes will qo with you as you leave hugh school and I shall be follownng your progress with keen Interest Very snncerely ,mm slew, 70 MISS HELEN HARDY Sponsor Wdhal Kung if N- 'BKT' G11-J.2l488IZ IN A DEMOCRACY kings and queens are not allowed wnth thus exception that they rule thenr subjects for only a night We are happy 'fo pre sent our reugnnng monarchs of The senuor prom ANNA MAE BISHOP AND KENNETH CRUMP 'ix 5' Wm 71 ,amz Q ,rw of am was L... A GOOD EXHIBIT IS John Llewellyn, most athletic, as he stands IH a Yorktown Museum INFORMATION PLEASE Peggy Hood and Make Anastasnou, most popular, scan the pamphlets for lnformatnon about the Moore House, scene of the flnal surrender Wad' "A REALISTIC SCENE," soy Dora Jean Moyer and Ken Ful tan, best all around, who are lookung at the mldget fugures showing the surrender LOVELY SETTING for Best Looking Betty Malcolm and John Allen IS the Moore House parlor where surrender papers were drawn up I C ' If , X I """"xA I I - ij 1 Q , II Q I A K tw 4' , , new .P HW , s. fl K- .xxx , -- N. , Q-, ,WM L. .. L 7 L ' ' "X 'I I' gs Q 71 fgwlq I, 1, I . 'xl Z I I IMI Sb ,Z . R, 2 7!ne Bwifnpla of rqmyuccm Zzaeecfam 1' or YORKT0 I nent md dwtcrmmmq bfllle I9 99 R 'nluttcrt on GV N x DID GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEEP HERE? wonders Bar lnara Szms best drcssecl standlng In one of the bedrooms of the Moore House SCENE OF THE BATTLE Katnerlne Brown and John Spivey lwest students cxarnnne the maps and pictures deplctlng the last Iuoftle of the Rovolutnon WN I78l TAKE COVER warns Paul Sandefur class tester as he shows has abllrty rn Ilghtmg a cannon on the embattlements of Yorktown GENIUS AT WORK Dons Jackson most talented shows her abllnty playmg a harpslchord Randolph Duke most talented boy as servrng In the Unnted States Arr Force I l C2 ' 1 ' , ,I I Q . ,I 1 It ,I .I I A I: I A ' I A 1 P 1 I f is , . I ' I ws A J Zf i ' ,Q 'I T fl Q I , fd it f , ,K t ' Q' I I r f I'3.s . A I i :Q If - ' Q I J , I.'.g'fC if fr '. . - 5 f 1 , , fytf' I I i If ft . t f A 31 I . Q jj .' I TS' III I:I3Il'fTA"IS"i I I N . . 'Il 'khb S b ' l . G - , lk 6 l E A . 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'Nr Quo' VIRGINIA MAE DICK -Clubs: FHA, Spanishg Junior Red Crossg Library Assistant, Letterg Home Room ll6 RANDOLPH DUKE Sensor Hall of Fame Most Talented Cast of Our Town Wood and Metal Shop Offsces Sensor Pennant Commst tee Home Room ll6 LOIS FARMER Clubs FHA DE DO Make up Staff Sensor Bulletsn Board Commsttee Home Room ll6 CHARLES FOLWELL Sensor Chorus Boys Glee Club Wood Shop Supersntendent Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room l I6 KENNETH FULTON Sensor Class Pressdent Class Speaker DO Club Cast of You Cant Take lt Wsth You Prop Staff Thespsans Beacon Fourth Page Edstor Typhoon Tsme Dsrector Announcer Wrster Jour nalssm Letter Qusll and S roll Home Room l2l HELEN HALL Hockey Team GAA Spanssh Club Band Sensor Chorus Letters Gsrls Glee Club Sensor Commsttees Flower Head Mu ssc Bulletsn Board Home Room ll6 SARAH LEIGH HEGE Teams Softball Hockey Spanssh Club Usher Gsrls Glee Club Lsbrary Asssstant Letter Sensor Cornmsttees Ring Sensor Assembly Mussc Home Room ll6 PEGGY IRIS HOOD Student Councsl Creatsve Wrsters Club Casts of George Washsngton Slept Here Stage Door Thespsans Usher Anchor Advertsssnq Manager Letter Beacon Fsrst Page Edstor Launch sngs Assocsate Edstor Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room 22l DORIS JACKSON Valedsctorsan Sensor Class Secretary .lunsor Red Cross Natsonal Honor Socsety Promptsnq Staff Sensor Chorus Letter Boys and Gsrls Glee Club Accompansst Lsbrary Asssstant Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room ll6 GERALDINE KEETER Hockey Team FHA Make up Staff Sensor Hall of Fame Best Dancer Sensor Commsttees Color Sensor Assembly Home Room ll6 75 . 11 11, i I 11 ,11 . , - - I I - 1 4 ' I I I F I 1 "' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11, , 1 1 1 1 . 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I I I F - f - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 " I I I - I 11 A11 1 1 , I , 1 1 1 1 1 NORMA LAMPROS DE Club Secretory Vice President Sensor Chorus Home Room II6 BETTY MALCOLM Hockey Team Junior Red Cross Sensor Chorus Office Assistant Commsttees Sensor Assembly Chairman Dance Home Room II6 DORA JEAN MAYER Hockey Team Clubs Latin Home Economics Sensor Committees Sensor Assembly Dance Home Room II6 CALVIN MEARS Student Council DE Club Machine and Wood Shop Offices Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room II6 BETSY ROSS MENIN Teams Basketball Softball Volleyball Hockey GAA President YTeens Secretary Band Sensor Chorus Letter Girls Glee Club Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room l23 EUGENE R MIDKIFF Band Corporal Letters Wood and Electrical Shop Offices Home Room II6 SHIRLEY NACHMAN Honor Student National Honor Society Tcams Hockey Volleyball Spanish Club Vsce President Junior Red Cross Make up Staff Head Thespsans Drama Letter Sensor Chorus Gsrls Glee Club Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room II6 JEWEL MARIE NEWTON Transfer from Auburndale High School Home Room II6 CATHERINE BROOKS ODER--Junior Red Cross' Furniture Staff' Of- fice Assistant' Senior Committees: Senior Assembly Pennant' Hom- Room II6 BETTY PARIS-Clubs: DO Home Economics' GAA' Usher' Beacon Reporter and Typist Letter' Senior Chorus' Girls Glee Club' Office As- sistant' Senior Flower Committee' Home Room II6 76 'QM ui- 'Q' Ex' linings? fs-eff w-...,,, 1'9w,,5 Q35 'Q' .AA jabs, aa Meanies! TOMMIE PRICE-Varsity Football Letter' Home Room ll6 PAUL SANDEFUR Hs Y Club Sensor Chorus Boys Glee Club Dance Commsttee Hcme Ro m ll6 JEAN SAWYER Sensor Honor Councsl Representatsve GAA Natsonal Honor Socsety Clubs Scnence Secretary Wrsters Golf Tennss Prompt sng Staff Sensor Commsttees Motto Sensor Assembly Home Room ll6 THOMAS SIMONS Clubs DO Hs Y Home Room ll6 BARBARA SIMS Student Councsl Staffs Make up Props Asssstant Dsrectors Thespsans Bussness Manager for Stage Door Usher Anchor Ad Staff Beacon Reporter Sensor Invstatson Commsttee Chasrman Home Room l2l JOHN SPIVEY Executsve Board Student Councsl Clubs DE Press dent Key Board of Dsrectors Electrscsty and Wood Shop Supersntend ent Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Rcom ll6 MARGARET STINNETTE Salutatorsan Hockey Team Spanssh Club Natsonal Honor Socsety Sensor Chorus Letters Servsce Letter Gsrls Glee Club Orchestra Sensor Commsttees Sensor Nsght lnvstatson Bulletsn Board Motto Home Room ll6 ROBERT WHITLEY Student Councsl Key Club Board of Dsrectors Cast of Ar ensc and Old Lace Effects Staff Head Thespsans Drama Letter Usher Pound Keeper Home Room ll6 NORMA WOOD Home Room Offsces ll6 BlLL WOODWARD Clubs Hs Y Treasurer Scsence Wood Shop Of fsccr Sensor Hall of Fame Best Dancer Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room ll6 77 QW321' Yi vs ski, 7114 Rau' 0f W4 Gfzoode Uffwm To The Class of June l95l Happuness' A smile here a handshake there a simple greet :ng 'a hearty laugh all are characterustlcs of happn ness Obvlously circumstances alone do not make you happy or unhappy Your feelings are de ermlned by the way you re act to them You can endure dssaster and truumph over It rf you have to You may not thunk you can but you have sur prusungly strong unner resources that wull see you through uf you wall only make use of them You are stronger than you thunk The lufe you luve ns yours be sure It IS a happy one' Slncerely ,r exams -1- 78 K. Que Class SponsorJ C Range ITS SPRING and the June offncers relax outslde on a warm sprung day They have been busy all year guudnng the senuor class through many actlvltles and now they are ready to lead through graduatnon week They are, front row, Helen Pnttman, execu tuve board, and Carolyn Powell, secretary Back row left, Bobby Allen, vnce presudent, Lynn Holzbach, presldent, Jimmy Nichol Son, treasurer o I ' . . r f 1 I . nl "Sv V -I wi ' ' ' ' 9- C 1 - ' - ' if nf ' 1 ., .1 , , l . . . : Irs., J ' .Ng . ' 1 T ' , I ' I . - f ,Y r' H 1 My D ' , . V Av IQ' l, . - 'X , Ay: Qt. uw W , . Q f , T1-.-, ' l fqncf cz New luonafzcfut si .die If ,a QW ,J 411 mam New Y 'QR ef we Their Moyesfnes Teddy Masters cmd Betty Joyce Pnttmon 79 -my cyvfwewze FREEDOM OF RELIGION was practiced then as now Molly Lord best dressed has been enloylng the beauty of Bruton Parish Church NEVER AN IDLE MOMENT In the courtyard of the Caputol best students Myrtle Snyder and Arnold Epstein glance over some information on Wullrarnsburg SNK AT YOUR COMMAND LOVELY LADY says Ashton Vlolette to Mary Ellen Booth The best lookung paur are reflectel an an antuque rmrror In the Governors Palace HEAVE I-IO' Melvun Davis most athletic boy exercises those muscles by throwung a lag on the ture In thc kitchen of the Governor s Palace f Y ,ll . f'?f'?lT'l N ' X ,Q in - A 1 I ' Ill ,Q g . L ' I , ,L X Y I, I ' far I i 'x . V it ' - ' - I ' ' I I' ' I 5 X 4 x S' , fd A M i I A ,, 5. K K so f I suse . ,ffm ' 5 1 5 ' ,ee of 1 wfgwff ,, ,, 1 f - l I y . I V. . I y . A I . K I . I E . . . . , SO 7fze Seanad of Me Zzifzdl' eapiifaf. Qin lar LETS DANCE A WALTZ elghteenth century style say Nancy bACK TO THE GOOD OLE DAYS Phyllls Stortz and Bobby Fogle and Randy Dale best dancers They are In the ballroom Allen rnost popular get set for a rude un the coach when the of the Governors Palace dnver takes the reuns WOE IS ME IS the mournful cry of Jane Zegopulos class pester as she samples a but of Colonial punlshment un the stocks OLD FASHIONED FLOWERS tor a modern lady ore found an TRYOUTS HERE Nancy Tanley and Doug Goode most tal the garden of the Governors Palace by Helen Pittman and ented tour the Wren Bueldung of Wulluam and Mary College, Bobby Hornsby best all around the talent headquarters for three centuries 8l . 1 l l 'E 'L S xf A f wif P", as , ,, 5 g s W A SQ in A S Q 3 1 5 '4 E LL -lc .Ph T. . i Q 1 . K f M K Q WK N 1 l ui , Y ll? if l 'A 1. ' -Q13 4 l ' 1 .1 g X 4 . T ' I ' A cl xi l .I I ,.,' f t X A f . Q L 4 . ,l. L3 J ... 0m Malia v-ay 1 311 so-on ig. Maggy ROBERT ALLEN Sensor Class Vice President Junior Varssty Football Shop Offices Sensor In vstatson Commsttee Home Room 3IO WILLIAM ALLRED Stage Crew Home Room BARBARA ALTO Junior Red Cross Hockey Team Clubs Science FHA GAA DO Home Economics Letter Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room 306 TESSIE ANASTASIOU Teams Hockey Softball Basketball GAA Clubs Archery Tennis Head Make up Staff Thespsans Sensor Decorating Com mittee Home Room 307 VIRGINIA ATKINS Art Club Assistant Dsrec tors Staff Usher Anchor Ad Staff Junior Chorus Faculty Secretary Service Letter Dance Commst tee Home Room II5 ELAINE BABB Teams Hockey Soccer Bas ketball Clubs YTeens GAA Costume Staff Sensor Band Secretary Lsbrarsan Band Letters Sensor Pennant Commsttee Home Room I23 JEAN BAILEY Student Council Field Ball Team Junior Red Cross Asssstant Directors Staff Usher Anchor Ad Staff Offsce Assistant Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room 307 SONIA BAXTER Hockey Team GAA Clubs Tennss YTeens Art President French Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room 307 BETTY BAZEMORE Clubs Latin Y Teens Casts of You Can t Take It Wsth You Stage Door Promptsng Staff Usher Sensor Chorus Accompansst Letters Gsrls Glee Club Sensor As sembly Commsttee Home Room ZIO LEE BEAUCHAMP Clubs Spanssh Drama H Y' Beacon On Asr Announcer' Cast of Stage Door ' Contest Play' Senior Chorus' Home Room 30 SHIRLEY BELL-Teams: Hockey Basketball Softball' Anchor Ad Staff' Faculty Secretary' Serv- ice Letter' Senior Assembly Committee' Home Room II5 BARBARA BELOTE - Sophomore Class Secretary' Cheerleader Letter' Makeeup Staff' Senior Chorus' Girls Glee Club' Senior Dance Committee' Home Room I I5 GEORGE BENTON-DO Club' Shop Offices' Home Room 22l HARRY BENTON-Junior Red Cross' Stage Crew' Furniture Staff' Usher' Home Room O7 RICHARD BIVINS-Track Team' Home Room 2 O We .feafm 7ac!aq 7a BETTY BLANKS Junsor Red Cross YTeens Staffs Furnsture Asssstant Dsrectors Usher Sensor Chorus Gsrls Glee Club Chorus Letter Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room 210 BILL BLAYTON Beacon Reporter Home Room CAROL BLOCK Junsor Red Cross Clubs Latsn French Parlsamentarsan Promptsng Staff Co Eds tor Actsvstses Sectson of Anchor .lunsor Chorus Head Sensor Bulletsn Board Commsttee Home Room 221 MARY ELLEN BOOTH Closs Speaker Natsonal Honor Socsety Student Councsl Spanssh Club Casts of Fsve Plays Flagtwsrler Band Sweetheart Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room 107 GLEN BOYD Track Letter Junsor Red Cross Photography Club Shop Offsces Home Room 310 PEGGY BROOKS Teams Valley Ball Softball Lsbrary Asssstant Home Room 307 HARRY BRUFFEY Home Room 307 DAN CALLIS Art Club Sensor Chorus Boys Glee Club Sensor Usher Commsttee Home Room 2 0 ROBERT CAMINADE Track Shop Offsces Shop Letter Home Room 115 EULA CANNON Latsn Club Junsor and Sensor Choruses Letter Gsrls Glee Club Sensor Rsng Commsttee Home Room 115 ROBERT CARDWELL Transfer from Hampton Hsgh School Band Letter Newport News Hugh School Teams Junsor Varssty Football Co Cop tasn Letter Varssty Basketball Letter Varssty Baseball Letter Track Usher Home Room 310 LORAINE CARMINE Student Councsl Teams Tennss Archery Clubs YTeens Art Dance Cos tume Staff Asssstant Head Usher Staff Junsor Chorus Gsrls Glee Club Home Room 307 JAMES CARTER Usher Shop Offsces Home Room 210 WILLIAM CHAPMAN Home Room 107 SARAH CHASE Spanssh Club Staffs Costume Promptsng Junsor and Sensor Choruses Gsrls Glee Club Home Room 115 .Ewa 7 -dl K as -cz' """' 4:9- mf' 'Jim flung, W Cs-N ' ' 83 if 4""""5 .hwpvwl Zia ab BARBARA CLONTZ Teams Hockey Volley Ball Clubs DO FHA Home Room 210 ANNIE COLEMAN Junior Red Cross Hockey Team Library Club Secretary Treasurer Library Assistant Home Room 2lO TESSIE COUSSOULOS Teams Hockey Softball Basketball Speedball Tennis GAA Clubs Art YTeens Assistant Head Make up Staff Senior Decoration Committee Home Room 307 STANLEY CRAMER Track Manager Letter Junior Varsity Basketball Athletic Council DE Club Property Staff Home Room 306 RANDOLPH DALE Teams Varsity Football Letter Baseball Hi Y Club Home Room 2l0 MELVIN DAVlS Honor Council Sensor Class Gsftorsan Teams Football Co Captain Letters Track Letters HsY Club Sensor Chorus Boys Glee Club Sensor Dance Committee Home Room ARNOLD EPSTEIN Student Council Clubs Key Latin Anchor Sports Co Editor Sensor lnvstatson Committee Home Room ll5 ANN ESTES Clubs Spanish GAA Y Teens Golf Archery Prornptsng Staff Usher Sensor Chorus Gsrls Glee Club Home Room ll5 JOYCE EUBANK Clubs Writers Qul and Scroll President Staffs Effects Usher Beacon Make up Editor Second Page Editor Photogra pher Journalism Letter Junior Mixed Chorus Sensor Decoration Committee Home Room l2l JEAN EVERETTE-Clubs: Spanish FHA Drama Tennis' Costume Staff' Anchor Ad Staff' Senior Decoration Committee' Home Room ll5 ELLA RUTH EWING-Teams: Softball Soccer' GAA' Junior Red Crosss Usher' Junior Chorus Library Assistant Letter' Home Room ll5 THALIA FENIGSOHN-Student Council' Clubs: Latin French Golf' Prompting Staff' Anchor Ac- tivity Section Co-Editor' Senior Invitation Commit- tee' Hockey Varsity' Home Room 22l GEORGE FENTON - Honor Student' Science Club' Boys Glee Club' Music Letter' Senior Pennant Committeeg Home Room 307 BARBARA FlNK--Clubs: Spanish, FHAg Junior Red Crossg Assistant Directors Staffg Beacon Staff Reporterg Senior Dance Committeeg Home Room NANCY FOGLE-Honor Studentg Clubs: Latin, Dramaticsg National Honor Societyg Cast of Four Playsg Furniture and Business Staff Managerg Thespiansg Usherg Flag Twirlerg Senior Dance Committeeg Home Room 22l 70 In Um Bail MARY ANN GALLOP-Freshman and Sopho- more Class Secretary, Hockey Team, Clubs: FHA, Archery, Tennis, Assistant Directors Staff, Head, Usher, Anchor Ad Staff, Junior Chorus, Senior Ring Committee, Home Room 22l SUE GARNER-Teams: Soccer, Basketball, Soft- ball Hockey' GAAA Athletic Letter' Clubs: Tumbl- ing Apparatus Tennis FHA Home Room 307 ANN GARRETT Electron Official Captain Hockey Team Secretary Art Club Make up Staff Co Editor of Anchor Senior and Art Sections Bea con Reporter Senior Rang Committee Head Home Room 22l THOMAS GARRETT Clubs Science Latin Vice President Key Stage Manager Thespians Pres: dent Drama Letter Senior Decoration Commit tee Home Room 204 CAROLYN GAY Student Council GAA Junior Red Cross Usher Senior Chorus Girls Gl,ee Club Office Assistant Senior Decoration Committee Home Room ll5 JACKIE GILLEN Eighth Grade President Stu dent Council Staffs Costumes Advertlsing Ush er Anchor Homeroom Section Co Editor Faculty Secretary Senior Dance Committee Better Speech Committee Head Home Room 22l DOUG GOODE Honor Student Honor Council Junior Varsity Basketball National Honor Society Junior and Senior Choruses Boys Glee Club Mu sic Letter Senior Motto Committee Home Room O HARRY GOODRICH Football Manager Junior and Senior Choruses Boys Glee Club Boys Quar tet Home Room ll5 CARLYLE GOODSON Teams Junior Varsity Football Junior Varsity Varsity Basketball Track Letter Usher Senior Chorus Boys Glee Club Senior Decoration Committee Home Room Il5 CHRISTINE HAND Clubs YTeens GAA Makeup Staff Junior Chorus Office Assistant Home Room 306 Q Chorus Letter Girls Glee Club Senior Ring Com mittee Home Room I23 MARLENE HARDEN DE Club Secretary Home Room 307 MARTHA ANNE HARGRAVE FHA Club Prop Staff Junior Chorus Senior Flower Committee Home Room ll5 HUGH HARRELL Clubs HIY DO Home Room lI5 WILLIAM HARRIS Student Council Junior Varsity Basketball HIY Club Junior Chorus Chairman Senior Invitation Committee Home Room ll5 . I we ,V-W-,, V - - f QFRN. no 8 10 1 'Pl rear vnu-P' I f , , I , , , , , Q I - , . . I . I I ' I I , . . I I i ' l I I Em I . I I , I . 1 1 I 1 I , I - 1 I ' I - I ' : 1 ' I J J 5 1 uni r g g I I I' I 5 I i - I I I ' 1 I J 1 1 J ,' I I I I I 1 I . . f , I - lggtlff I I , till 3l 'TS-3' ss I I I I ' l I 2 I I I 1 I I I I I 1 :I I z 1 I I I II . I CMI, I Y.. - I I g 1 I x II ', I 2 I , --- , MARY HANDGES-Usher, Fla twirler, Senior A . , I , 5, I ' Qrj I , I i I I I I I - - 1 1 " I I I , ':'gi,- 1: f . I VI ' - I I I 4., - 4 ' 1- , . - . - - , .e- . L - I '- , 1 I, ' 2 . . I . ' . 7 . 5 I If I 5 We Gimme Um .Zeal Gamma 6' 5.-1' I'-sv l! 'l' X -1,-4 sl JIMMY HAZELWOOD Student Councsl Stage Crew Head Electrscsan Thespsons Droma Let ter Shop Offsces Sensor Decoratson Commsttee Home Room 204 BETTY HEATH Transfer from Warwsck Hsgh School Teams Basketball Softball FHA Secre tory NNHS Chorus Sensor Decoratson Commst tee Home Room 3l0 BOBBY HEDGEPETH Honor Student Clubs Latsn HsY Treasurer Chaplasn Usher Anchor Classroom Sectson Co Edstor Junsor and Sensor Band Commsttees Sensor Donce Usher Home Room 22I RICHARD HELMER Clubs Key Spanssh Sen sor Pennant Commsttee Home Room 307 LEROY JENNINGS HOGGE Junsor and Sensor Band Letter Home Room I08 JAMES HOLLOMAN Junsor Varssty Football Furnsture Staff Stage Crew Shop Oftsces Sensor Usher Cornmsttee Home Room 307 MILDRED HOLT Hockey Team FHA Club Sensor Band Letters Sensor Chorus Shop Ottsces Sensor Decorotson Commsttee Home Room LYNN HOLZBACH Honor Student Executsve Board Natsonal Honor Socsety Sophomore Junsor and Sensor Class Pressdent Teams Cross Coun try Track Clubs Key Scsence Thespsans Drama Letter Anchor Assocsate Edstor Home Room 22I BOBBY HORNSBY Honor Councsl Chasrman Executsve Board Varssty Football Co Captasn Let ter HsY Asssstant Stage Manager Thespsans Home Room II5 ROSEMARY HOWARD Teams S tb o Hockey GAA Latsn Club Casts The Barretts of Wsmpole Street Arsensc and Old Lace Stage Door Costume Staff Thespsans Sensor Assem bly Commsttee Home Room 307 MOLLIE HOWELL GAA Staffs Makeup Props Thespsans Home Room 306 HARRIET HUTTON Honor Student Junsor Red Cross Clubs Latsn Treasurer Lsbrary Asssstants Pressdent Dance Effects Staff Junsor Chorus Lsbrary Asssstont Letter Sensor Rsno Commsttee Home Room ll5 ELBERT ILISH Junsor Varssty and Varssty Foot ball Shop Ottsces Home Room 306 EGBERT HALDANE JACKSON JR Clubs Latsn Scsence Key Golf Junsor and Sensor Bands Sen sor Usher Commsttee Home Room I23 BILLY JESSUP Teoms Cross Country Track Letter Natsonal Athletsc Scholarshsp Socsety Clubs HsY Key Scsence Sensor Chorus Boys Glee Club School SpsrstCornn'1sttee Chasrman Home Room 2I0 I .UL I I I - 1 1 1 401, ' R 1 7 ' ' fn ' A 1 1 ' 1 1 7 , . 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I 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,sz 1 1 , 4- , , , I -' 1 1 1 1 1 ' - I I I I 1 1 1 Wen Um Schaal flmqfi fhauilq HAROLD JOHNSON Latsn Club Sensor Pen nant Commsttee Home Room 2l0 TOMMY JOHNSON Clubs Hs Y Spanssh Qu ll and Scroll Anchor Photographer Beacon Make up Edstor Sports Edstor Photographer Home Room l2l JAMES JOHNSTON Clubs Scsence Hs Y Span ssh Cast of You Can t Take lt Wsth You Stage Crew Junsor and Sensor Choruses Boys Glee Club Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room 306 MILDRED JONES Honor Student Clubs Wrst ers Qusll and Scroll FHA Cast of George Wash sngton Slept Here Thespsans Beacon Second Page Edstor Launchsngs Assocsote Edstor Jour nalssm Letter Sensor Color Commsttee Home Room l2l PAUL JORDAN Stage Crew Shop Offsces Home Room ll5 JOE JUSTIS Junsor Red Cross Shop Offsces Home Room 306 ALAN KALKIN Casts of George Washsngton Slept Here Stage Door Stage Crew Staffs Props Effects Home Room 306 NORMAN KATZENBERG Student Councsl Cast of You Cant Take lt Wsth You Stage Crew Beacon Reporter Fourth Page Edstor Junsor Band Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room 3 0 MARY LOU KING Honor Student Promptsng Staff Home Room l2l MARY LEE KlRKPATRlCK Band Home Room BEN KITCHEN Junsor Varssty Basketball Clubs Latsn Treasurer Key Casts of Arsensc and Old Lace Stage Door Sensor Band Let ter Sensor Rsng Commsttee Home Room l07 STANLEY KRAUSE Freshman Class Secretary, Teams Varssty Football, Basketball, Letter, Man ager, Natsonal Athletrc Scholarshsp Socsety, Ath letsc Councsl, Art Club, Home Room 306 PAT LACKEY Hockey Team, GAA, Lsbrary As ssstants Club, Sensor Assembly Commsttee, Home Room 307 CATHERINE LAMBERTH Honor Student, Bas ketball Team, GAA, Clubs Latsn, DE, Parlsamen tarsan, Staffs Prop Head, Usher, Beacon Car toonsst, Sensor Msxed Chorus Gsrls Glee Club, Let ter, Sensor Dance Commsttee, Home Room 307 PEGGY LANGSTON Junsor Red Cross, FHA, Home Room 306 'K' W9 ft-sr Nqyvf ill! '01 it 41101 iw' gov 87 A -43 'CY ,var 'ml' 'Ui Y""'V 5.4- fe-2' 'iiuss ,,...... 88 MARY SHANNON LARRIMORE Clubs Art Y Teens Prop Staff Usher Lsbrary Asssstant Let ter Home Room 306 KATIE LASSITER Student Councsl Hockey Team Make up Staff Usher Junsor and Sensor Band Junsor Chorus Home Room lO7 SHIRLEY LAWSON Clubs French Pressdent Secretary Art Junsor Red Cross Sensor Chorus Gsrls Glee Club Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room 22l MAYER LEVY Honor Student Honor Councsl Student Councsl Teams Basketball Junsor Var ssty and Varssty Football Clubs Key Pressdent Scsence French Natsonal Honor Socsety Sensor Band Letters Chasrman Sensor Flower Commst JOAN LIPFORD Casts of Junsor Msss George Washsngton Slept Here Staffs Asssst ant Dsrectors Furnsture Tsckets Head Thespsans Beacon Reporter Radso Edstor Faculty Secretary Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room l2l CHARLES LLEWELLYN Junsor Varssty and Var ssty Football Track Clubs Ar Hs Y Stage Crew Junsor Chorus Home Room 3lO MOLLY LORD Teams Hockey Basketball DE Club Treasurer Staffs Props Usher Anchor School Lsfe Sectson Co Edstor Beacon Reporter Sensor Assembly Commsttee Electson Offscsal Home Room 22l ANNE LOWRY Junsor Red Cross Teams Hockey Basketball Clubs Dramatscs Staffs Furnsture Props Anchor Ad Staff Beacon Re porter Junsor and Sensor Choru es Sensor Pen nant Commsttee Home Room l2l BILL MANNING Home Room ll5 DORIS MARSHALL Clubs Archery YTeens Art DO Sensor Color Commsttee Home Room 2lO JOHN MARSHALL Junsor Varssty Basketball Latsn Club Beacon Reporter Sensor Bulletsn Board Commsttee Home Room 2lO WILLIAM MARTIN Stage Crew Thespsans Drama Letter Shop Offsces Sensor Decoratson Commsttee Home Room 2lO TEDDY MASTERS Track Team Co Captasn Track Medals Natsonal Athletsc Scholarshsp Medal, Clubs Key, Hs Y, Pressdent, Band, Let ters, Home Room lO7 JOAN MAYER Hockey Team, FHA, Sensor Decoratson Commsttee, Home Room 306 JEAN MAYO Salutatorsan, Clubs Latsn, Scs ence, Qusll and Scroll, Secretary, Cast of "George Washsngton Slept Here," Staffs Promptsng, Props, Thespsans, Usher, Beacon News Edstor, Home Room l2l I . 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I. , Sa, - S, I ' 'mt vm age WMM me ,atm fm, GEORGE THEOPHILOS Varsity Football Letter He Y Home Room IIS NANCY THOMPSON Clubs Art Archery DO Home Room 2l0 HELEN TSITSERA Hockey Team FHA Staffs Make up Tlcket Sensor Chorus Gurls Glee Club Home Room 307 PAT TWYFORD Honor Student Clubs Dance Golf French FHA YTeens Presrdent Costume Staff Anchor Business Manager Sensor Dance Commuttee Home Room 221 JOHN VAN NATTER Band Home Room 306 JAMES VENABLE Effects Staff Home Room O7 ASHTON VIOLETTE Honor Student Teams Track Co Captaun Trophy Most Outstandung l95O Cross Country Natuonal Honor Society Key Club Semor Chorus Letter Sensor Assembly Commuttee Home Room l I5 MARY LOUISE VREELAND Home Room 2lO GROVER WADE Junuor Red Cross Art Club Effects Staff Shop Oftuces Home Room 3lO REUEL WALKER Junior Red Cross Junior Var stty Football Cast of Staae Door Stage Crew Band Letter Dance Band Sensor Dance Cornmut tee Home Room 307 KEITH WATERHOUSE Teams Varsity Foot ball Letter Varslty Basketball Letter Track Letter Cast of You Can t Take lt Wath You Stage Crew Thespuans Sensor Chorus Boys Glee Club Home Room ll5 TOMMY WATSON Band, Letter, Home Room IO7 FOCH WEBB Shop Offlces, Home Room 306 FRANK WHEELER DO Club, Home Room 306 DORIS WHITE Student Council, Clubs Y Teens, Spanush, Usher, Junuor and Sennor Choruses, Gurls Glee Club, Letter, Sennor lnvutatlon Com mnttee, Jukebox Commrttee, Chaurman, Home Room ll5 11 sd! 93 QQ' wa, ewyufme an Um nam, fini' 'Q--y 4 Od -any .-nav' has fc? GENEVIEVE WHITE Softball Team GAA Spanish Club Horne Room IIS PEGGY WHITE Honor Student Clubs FHA DO Hockey Team Staffs Make up Usher Junlor Red Cross Senror Assembly Committee Home Room 306 HAROLD LEE WILSON Usher Tucket Staff Head Sensor Usher Commut tee Head Home Room 306 JIMMY WILSON Student Council Presudent Vice Presudent Executuve Board Track Team Clubs Spamsh I-ll Y Key Usher Sensor Dance Com mlttee Home Room 306 MELVIN WINFREY Junior Varsuty Football Usher Shop Offices Home Room IIS NELLIE WISE Student Council Latin Club Promptlng Staff Anchor Semor Home Room Sectuon Co Edutor Sensor Chorus Letter Gvrls Glee Club Sensor Dance Commlttee Electron Offlclal Home Room 22l WILLIAM WISE Junlor Varsuty Basketball Band Letters Home Room I23 BETTY WRAY Jumor Red Cross Sensor Decoration Commuttee Home Room 3l0 JANE ZEGOPULOS Junuor Red Cross Cast of Stage Door Berkeley Square Staffs Promptmg Props Thespuans Senaor Dance Commuttee Home Room 210 JAYNE ZILBER Spanish Club Head of Asssstant Directors Staff Thes plans Drama Letter Junior Red Cross Senior Flower and Bulletxn Board Commnttees Home Room 22I PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE RICHARD AVERY RICHARD CULOTTA JASPER KITCHEN HAROLD BROWN ZACK DUNCAN EDWARD WHITE WILLIAM CARDWELL EUGENE LANE ANDREW XIFTERS ALVIN LEVINSON 94 7a gamma qme ed, ay 7 AMN ...l...n.Q 'W ,JA-W SENIOR BIG MOMENTS UNDER HER POWER Carol Block hypnotuzes Catherune New OH WE CAN T GET a man wrth o gun woefully sung Nancy luull rn a sccne from the Sensor Play Nancy Nelson looks on Tanley and Mary Ellen Booth nn the Sensor Assembly FIVE YEARS us a Iona tnrne to wort but as Myrtle Snyder Vale THE NIGHT arrives wnth Betty Bozernore escorted by Tornrny rllctornan says farewell the Seniors feel a touch of regret Garrett all ready to have a wonderful turne at their Scnlor Prom 95 I I .. ,,, in -.7-F' ,fr -X4 ' ' l L 2 ' 1 'W 'f'n--Wm MA , ' 3 .Y f at S, . , T aes., xl I 1 Tl' X l ,-,1v,... . i ' ffl Q r A l ,W . 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A as , L A Who Qowyfri Baauelq STORY OF A CAME BEFORE THE GAME the Blue and Gold cheerleaders get school A CRABBER IS TRAPPED Bully Harrnson IS stopped by the rooters un a peppy mood They carrled their pep over Into a center of the Newport lune In the Typhoon Crobber Turkey day rally that mght fracas Hampton beat Newport 4l to 7 ffl' Xb' L. ,M wa ax' J. TIME OUT Typhoon End Coach Jack Powers gsves a but of SHALL WE DANCE? says Typhooner Charles Llewellyn as Odvnce to a group of Blue and Gold players he brungs o Hampton back to a halt In the holldoy game 100 i . 1 , s , , , 9 4 , I e X .. , ., W. x l ' . , 3:3 , ' . - wsu-mlm' A , f we W, ' A4 V X- ' , f,w,,,, 4' A 3 T -Q' Q 17' 1 ' 'Vw fi ' 3 aff' "lg"-QU . A ' " " 'f Qfxi '..:,A- - -- Q' M ---gt. I 1 ,J . 7 J Q , at ee-,., I S 'K . Q L, 1, 4 'L-,J , . . ,, H 7Izen Quclwan Balfifla VARSITY TRAIL JAYVEE JAUNT For the frrst trme In Newports hlstory the Typhoon grad squad employed the splut T f fense The T was Introduced by Plstol Pete Sachon who replaced Lou Plummer thus year as head football coach The new mentor came here from Wulson hugh where he was backfneld coach of the Presudents Starting the season with eught lettermen the Typhooners dropped theur flrst two opponents Ran dolph Macon s B team and Danville Then dns aster struck Newport traveled to Lynchburg to bat tle E C Class and was beaten 26 to 19 After the game with the Halltoppers the Typhoon never really got back on the wunnung slde Season s honors went to Guard Tommy Price who copped the coveted Julian C-ordon Memorial trophy as the most outstanding player and the Penmsula Sports Club certnflcate as the outstand ang lsneman Quarterback Bob Cardwell was award ed the club s certnfncate as the outstondmg back One wan three losses and one tle was the sea son record of Newports Junuor Varsity grldders who lake the varsity switched to the spllt T formatlon thus year The JV s opened their season October l2 by falling to Warwuck l8 to l3 Bully Masters 75 yard touchdown run was the hlghllght of the game Newports only wln came over Norvlew No vember 2 by a 20 to 0 score It was Masters run rung that dnd the truck He scored both the Breeze touchdowns ln other games the JVs lost to Wllson 4l to l2 Maury l4 to 7 and tled the Baby Farmers O to 0 The season was hlghllghted by the runnnng of Masters the passing of Co Captain Bob Seward and the puntmg of Stewart Rogers Other stand outs for the Baby Typhoon were Grady Webb cen ter and Bully Floyd co captain and end SEASON S FINALE All Amerlcan Charlre Choo Choo Jus SEASON S PREVUE Thxs IS the way It should be held says tlce gives Bob Cardwell a few polnters after the team banquet Junuor Varsity Coach Jack Powers to Co Captauns Bob Seward where the former Corolma star was guest speaker left and Bull Floyd prospects fOr next years Varslty o o o . . . , . . . 1 1 ' - - ll ll I ' ' - O - , 11 ll - ll - II - ' - ' ll Il ' I I I . . . . I . ' . . . 1 . I ' - I , . . I ' ' - I Il II ' ' ' I - I 1 . . I r I I I I , . 1 ' r ' - I - , . . . . . . , , . .-it , . i r wt - 9? . l PW' Y I , Y I - - - n u 1 rl . - . ,, . . . , ' I - I . . , . - I , . vm, 1210, Really page og Y"'w-M LEGGETTE Forward CASTELOW Guard BALLARD Forward NEWPORT'S "GRAND OLD MAN of Basket- ball," Julie Conn, celebrated his silver anniversary as head coach by guiding his team through another suc- cessful season and to the State High School Cham- pionship. Although the Typhooners finished second to Wilson in the Eastern District, they swept through the State tourney like a whirlwind. After beating Group ll Suffolk 65 to 39, Conn's basketeers inaugurated their conference season Jan- uary 5, when they beat Maury, 49 to 42. The cagers lost their first game January l2 to Wilson by o 36 to 30 score and lost again to the Presidents in a re- turn game. Newport copped the next six tilts before losing to Duke's Freshmen 58 to 38. The other defeat was inflicted by Granby. Newport ended the regular season with a l3-4 record. When honors were handed out, Bob Conley and Bill Leggette were on the receiving end, Conley copped the Penn Williams Trophy as the best defensive player, Leggette was given the Agathon Club Trophy as the best all-round player on the squad, These two also gained berths on the lO-man all-tourney team. TOURNAMENT ACTlON: Conn's cagers brought the State Championship to Newport News for the first time since l943. Seeded fifth in the tourney, the Typhoon, sparked by the great shooting of Co- Captain Bill Leggette, flashed through in fine style. The Blue and Gold downed Thomas Jefferson of Richmond, Washington and Lee of Arlington and Wilson of Portsmouth to cop the trophy. WATERHOUSE CONLEY Center Guard 404 Me 1951 eww HARDWOOD HIGHLIGHTS Dec an on an an an an an an e e e e e e e Suffolk Maury Norvuew Wilson Warwick Hampton Cradock Granby Norvnew Maury Duke Frosh Wllson Warwick Granby Fork Union Hampton 92 Won I3 Lost 4 TOURNAMENT RECORD March 8 46 TJ of Richmond March 9 37 W8.L of Arlington March I0 44 Wnlson of Portsmouth m....f-4 SILVER ANNIVERSARY Coach Jule Conn rece ve a slver plate from Commander Buddy Bra ch of B axton Perk ns Post 25 of the Amerucan Leguon nn recognntuon of h s 25 years as Head Coach of Newport News Htgh School fu! STATE CHAMPS FIRST ROW B a dt W ght Unde wood Wh tley and Wa THIRD ROW C ach Conn Ca dwell B Taylo Savage Has ren SECOND ROW F Taylor Conley Leggette Ballard Cas kms Sterl ng and Coach Powers All these boys recenved let telo and Waterho se ters at season s end . I5- 39 NN 65 J , 5- 42 NN 49 J . 9- ' 39 NN 45 J . I2- ' 36 NN 30 ' J . I6- ' 3I NN 58 J . I9- 45 NN 50 3, J . 23- 43 NN 52 My J . 27- 36 NN 5I Q J . 30- ' 3l NN 5l N' ' E b, 2- 33 NN 46 Q. F b, 3- " " 58 NN 38 F b. IO- ' 53 NN 33 F b, I3- ' 44 NN 5l N I F b. I6- 49 NN 47 Ax 'Q F b. 20- ' 4l NN 54 ' 5 F b. 23- 3I NN 34 I I Feb, 27-Cradock 4l NN 56 , I 6 8I0 A . i ' i I -T ' -I S - - ' 35 I ' . - ' 42 ' .Vg M I ' tg es IO3 OUT GO THE OLD and 1n comes the new Th s year s Co Captams Bull Leggette and Buddy Ballard congrateulate next year s Captam Bull Castelow after his electlon by the team JV RECORD GFI an OH OH CII'1 GFI OH 6 6 6 G 8 9 Norvuew Wulson Warw1ck Hampton Cradock Granby Norv1ew Maury Warwlck Granby George Wythe Hampton Gradock Won I2 Lost 2 AFTER GETTING oft to a shaky start New ports JV cagers went on to w1n I2 games whale loslng three durnng the season Donald Brandt and Cecul Wrlght who were sent down from the vars1ty w1th the season two games old led the Baby Typhoon In scorung Brandt popped 1n l56 poants durung the sea son whale Wr1ght scored I46 markers Other top scorers for the Breeze were Mac Langston w1th 64 Grady Webb w1th 53 and M1ckey Marcella w1th 43 pounts BABY BREEZES FIRST ROW Marcella Webb Wr qht Sterllng Joy er Wh tley Jenk ns SECOND ROW S mpson Wheeler M Langston Broadwater Whlte man R Langston Smlth THIRD ROW Roberts Leyland Stallnngs Hogan Schwelda Nel son Coach J C Range ' . 1 I 5 I 'Je' I - I ' I 1 - - 1? 1' ' 1 X ' J . 9- ' 39 NN 29 J . I2- ' 49 NN 35 J . 16- ' 35 NN 39 I H , - J . 19- 35 NN 42 A u I J . 23- . 26 NN 31 - J . 25- 37 NN 39 A - J . 30- ' 44 NN 57 - - ' F b. 2- 48 NN 49 - - Feb. 10-walson 47 NN 46 ' . 1 . Q F b. I3- ' 32 NN 38 - - F b. I6- 31 NN 47 ' F b. 20- 38 NN 67 F b. 23- 44 NN 55 ' , ' , F b. 27- 25 NN 39 ' ' ' . 530 6T3 5' ,T'f'f"'i': T4 .Ll T,QJ7':'I' T6 ' M , A 24912 105 14ZZ,4Aau,Za6 OPENING NIGHT ROUND ONE Fughtnng for a rebound an the tourney opener with Thomas Jefferson Keuth Waterhouse helps down the Jeffs 46 to 39 an the Ruchmond game SECOND ACT ROUND TWO Hotter than tomales wnth has lump shots IS Bull Leggette rn the second game wtth Washmgton and Lee You were great shout these members of the Blue and Gold cage team carrying Leg gette off the floor after the 37 to 35 vnctory 106 Q U "He flies through the air with the greatest of ease." Buddy Ballard pops in two points Nm! a '7eam GRAND FINALE THE KNOCKOUT After stealmg the ball Buddy Ballard druves rn for a duck shot an the fnnal tourney game that ended un Newport s favor 44 to 42 Wull ut? Keuth Waterhouse and two Wulson players wonder In the closung munutes One for all and all for one lustlly shouts a speedy never say due group of cagers CELEBRATION REWARD TIME ln recogmtlon for has twenty flfth successful year of coaching Julie Conn IS presented a savnngs bond by Judge Herbert G Smith Members of the Newport caae squad recelve small gold statues at the banquet gnven rn honor of Coach Conn ""w ..,..-vw NN une 'Q 'WW bd lO7 vwzm -1 CINDER FELLAS FIRST ROW Boyd Jessup Co Captanns Vnolette and Masters Davus Wood Pnce SECOND ROW Goodson Thomas Long Llewellyn Waterhouse Hornsby Holzbach THIRD ROW McCausIey Marshall Sawyer J Kntchen B Kntchen Wnlson Warren FOURTH ROW Coach Conn Jenkins Sterlnng Grnnstead Manager Duck Coach Plummer March 30 Aprul Aprnl Aprnl April April May May Mayl 8 TRUE CHAMPIONS Coaches Julne Conn and Lou Plummer congratulate Co Captatns Ashton Vuolette and Teddy Masters on Ieadnng the I95I cnnder squad to a successful season IOS CINDER PATH Season s end found the Typhoon wlnner of two outdoor and two Indoor tltles They were Tidewater Eastern Dlstruct State Indoor and Southern Scholastnc Indoor meets The schedule follows Wnlson Norfolk Icanceledl Norvuew Here Icanceledl 9223 823 Fnrst Fnrst 8 2 Second Granby 201 3 Hampton 3I I 3 Tldewater Meet Maury Eastern Dnstnct Warwick 27I 2 State Meet Here Here W8.M There Norfolk Here W8tM f f ' 4 ' - . y M ' 6 NN I 5 - M' 'I ' I3 NN I g - C ' 25 NN 99 g I4 x ef ' 5 NN ' Q ' ' M- 9 I . S I I I NN 5 I g ' - f . -I9 NN g Q '7a!ze 71291 if N. X ---Q., YVCY' -1-fapgg UP AND OVER Don Long clears the hugh jump bar for fave poants m the Granby meet HEAVE HO' Welghtman Keuth as he makes ready for a dnscus th EIGHT POINTS go toward the Typhoon cause when Co Cap tanns Masters and Vlolette take flrst and second In the 100 yard dash IO 9 I TYPHOONER MELVIN DAVIS and Buddy Arnold of Ruchmond sall over the hurdles an a trlal heat at the Tndewater meet Waterhouse shows hrs form row OFF WE GO Into the wuld blue yonder' Mullard Thomas soars over the pole vault bar for fnve pounts C , ' uk I , R -fl V S Q , ' A . 1 . . 1 A - ' ' ' I ' A . A A ' ' A ' M V L- L -,, R' -4+ .Wm M A '1' M A I ' ,X Q - .kfflf ' V M VW "' 'AQ-M,.,t A ' " 'ffif . .41 xx' X Q l X x v' A so X . . - I f ' : 1, . mf . ... .. . W V n, f .f W a ,A fesa... A. fa- ww H1 4 ' Y. vnu , nqx I M: .2 A A -, 2 A ., . , f . Q , 'GQ AX: as T ' , T iv, .ja ' . v. , 4 4 . A . 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F H . . ,, , 7fze liamamf Affine Spalzfzfecf BATMEN FIRST ROW Hoffmann Webb Grant Rodgers Sllver Pogue THIRD ROW Coach Powers Managers Joye and Allen Nor Underwood Begor Conley man Whuteman Seward Gllman Puckett Barham Managers SECOND ROW Mltchell Dale Ballard Jett Castelow Brandt Shannon and Hedruck Coach Motley NEWPORT S I95I BASEBALL team funlshed the season an second place In the Peninsula Dlvlslon of the Eastern Dlstrlct with a record of sux vlctorles and three losses Season s statnstucs Right handed Bob Conley compuled the amaznng record of IO8 strikeouts ln 52 Innings on the mound In hns flrst appear ance In a Typhoon game Alvnn Norman sungled un the runs that beat War wnck on May 9 During regular season Bull Castelow led Typhoon I-utters wlth a 355 average Bob Conley led Newport In the runs scored department crossung the plate I4 tlmes Catcher Randy Dale batted across I4 runs to lead an the RBI department London Wnse Cardwell .l April Aprnl Aprll Aprll April Aprll April May May May May SKIN ON SKIN Captaun Ralph Snlver and Coaches Jack Powers and Ed Motley go over the sugnals before the Wulson game IIO 7 9 DIAMOND DUST Warwick Poquoson Wilson Hampton Granby Warwick Poquoson Wllson Hampton Warwick Wilson Here Here Here Here There There There There Here Here There I K I I April 3 NN 9g Hampton O-There ' NN 45 ' 7- ' IO NN 5g 4- ' I3 NN 5g ' O- ' I7 NN Ig 6- ' 20 NN 7g 7- ' 24 NN Ig ' 3- ' 26 NN I5g 7- I NN Og ' I- 5 NN 6g 5- I NN 2g ' O- I I5 NN 25 ' I- M A ' , 59 40 Iffae 1951 S6640-It 'W L., ON THE FIELD Thurd baseman Buddy Ballard huts the durt IN THE DUG OUT An unexpected photo durmg the pay at home plate to score on a close play shows the anxiety of the team "DANGEROUS DALE" takes his 1 position for a warm-up pitch before the important Hampton A game. 2 Ill RAPID ROBERT Conley star reght hander who twsrled a no hitter against Hampton gets set to pntch to Wulson .finely .faddiu Znfcuf Spmzli lac FEMININE ATHLETES FIRST ROW Allen Smuth Coleman Bunder Kelley SECOND Gay Llewellyn Turnage Chrustuan Kratzsch Carter FOURTH ROW Kulmon Beaulueu Fenton Ward Menun THIRD POW ROW Sums Munoz Chrustuan Bell Carter Parker R Joyner J Joyner EXECUTIVE BOARD members are Januce Smuth Mary Lou Kulmon Jean Ward Carolyn Beaulueu and Barbara Whutmer ll2 hule he boys are workung out o the football fueld hardwood o rack the gurls also make use of :theur athletuc abuluty un actuvutues of the Curls Athletuc Assocuatuon jr, fy urung the fall the gurls con ducted untramural tournaments un hockey speedball tueldball and soccer before goung unsude to par tucupate un volleyball basketball tumblung and appartus events Thus sprung un the Play Day at Hampton CAA members entered several events hugh uump dustance throw softball runnung and broad uump Femunune athletes also dem onstrated theur rhythmuc abuluty un the cuty wude Musuc Festuval un ex ercuses to musuc folk dancung and ballroom dancung z Ln 4 .M M, , -l Sl Y N 1 ' v il' 3 .T 'Q' Fx 11 N xr N 5 ,. 5 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 - 1 b 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 . 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A: , , , , , , A - 3 I , I - II3 Mai ancf Mania, WINTER PROGRAM OVER YOU GO says Arlene Sprouse as Frances Rodgers SWING YOUR PARTNER' These gurls are learrung to square does a Hup over the horse They are members of the Apparatus dance so they wont have to rmss the school square dance PERFECT BALANCE rs the goal of the Tumblmg Club Mem THESE GIRLS go up for a he ball during a basketball game bers formed pyramuds luke thus forthe city wnde Music Festnval refereed by gurls who have learned how In gym class HL. . ' , ' , - l , Club. comnng up soon. 4 - I I ' ' Raw, Km am! Ball . . b 1 fn h 4, J r- .. 71 I in I I ., Q I t rf 'wk - I A I I ., r SPRING SPORTS PREPARING TO AIM for that red bull s eye In the distance ns HIGH JUMPER Patsy Booker takes part rn the Track and Fueld Nancy Fogle a member of the Archery Club Day events AS THE BALL goes over the net the gurls are tensely wautnng IT S THIS WAY says Gerry Keeter to Joan Lrpford as she for the decrsron of the tued volley ball game explalns the proper hand posutuon on the bat II5 , . . . . . , . . . . , 11 1 ff . 1 1 44 Zzuifww Gdfgewi We Jlcwe .feaawwcf Is Freedom anything but the Nothing else Ep t t vu SCHOOL LIFE right to live as we wish? vers I FOR FOR Q .fllfe wilffn Me Sfucfwnlli adam 8:30 Un . . 8:15-Officiol opening of The school day . . , 12:56-Rush for the lost "chow" line . 8:30-The entrance of foshion-minded students 1:30-A trip to the librory for o good book . . . . , . 8:40-Lost minute check-up on curls ond 2330-Assemly. Oh Joy . . . 3:3O-Cood- Iipsfick , . . 9100 - 1200-Studies, studies, byew-until tomorrow . . , 3:35-We're out studies in science, sewing or Sponish. . . . 3:40-Relaxing time of the "Y," IIB LILL1 . 'T QV 6 4 A fm WARWIEK IGH SEHUUL 711-e Zuavii of lfae Selma! WEGA -- 1 2 -A-.-....-. S pt ll lssumg books IS a good excuse for not begunnung studles on openung days of school agree George Theophllos and Sydney Hubbard ct 8 Parents substntute for students In Carlos Loops his tory class on Patrons League noght ct 28 Another Frlday another pep assembly ln thus one the cheerleaders don overalls to Plow the Farmers Under Nov 3 Square dancing IS fun tor these school splrut trlled students at the student councll dance Nov 8 lO All right then go to Hollywood' explodes Ben Kitchen at stage struck Nancy Nelson In the fall production Stage Door Koa. 5 , J Q A l . in Y W K 1 1 s, 1' . Ami Mm 1 K ' l ff' V ,,Ak Li e Q 6- 4 , , , , O I - , . , .- f o . - 4 A - I ll ,, ' ' 1 I ' A 'X ' ll If , . X xv. F 'ff , K X - . A X, its y V ij 0 V 5 is li , .lf ' .. l l Y l A 7 fm? ' - ll . J 1 ,.- -A ' A ' 51 K' Q I4 . 'sr , ' 'K N ' Aw ' f W . ,K lv l ' l , N -1 ' .1 l O mom, eww, Q ' WATC H Yo w UR 0RD3 Dec DEC an e e 8 Let that be 0 lesson to you says school Veep Frank Simmons punlshrng boys who use profonuty durrng Watch Your Words Week 8 Edrth Hester rules as the proud and pretty Sno queen at the Chrrstmas dance sponsored by the FHA Wrth so many posters decoratrng the halls It s hard for these students to decade whom to vote for rn the vrce presrdentral electron Dont be nervous' ln rust a few minutes rt wrll be all over and tears wlll replace those happy smiles on graduotung sensors faces 2 Report cards are compared Need we say more? BALLOT 1 .Vx Feb 9 l-lnghsteppers Mays Shumate and Bethards do some real struttlng an the Hampton vs Newport basketball assembly Whos the trlendltest Typhoon? None other than Bull Leggett dancrng wlth a Granby cheerleader at the Frrendly Typhoon dance after the game Usrng therr rlght as cntuzens these future voters get some practice an a school electron on amendments to the constltutnon Practnce makes perfect as the slogan of these pretty but fatrgued mzsses who are practucung for llaatwrrler tryouts fliven with such pleading from Rosemary Howard Buddy Fox craves adventure in the seventeenth century as is revealed rn the sprung production Berkeley Square. ZUJI rqwayfi .fone an e Memamu of :As eww of -10 AP IL l6 to 23 Splck and Span as Newport News Hugh after these students fnnush Clean Up Week Aprll 24 Cunous arent they? These students are a few amonq many who vnsut the munloture carrler ex hnhlted hy the Naval Amr Reserve A ral l8 Honor Week assembly IS the settmg for awarding a trophy to Coach Julius Conn In memory of Lreu tenant lrvrn Nachman who dled January 29 from wounds recelved rn Korea Lewls Aronow makes the presentotron and T O Keesee accepts the trophy In behalf of the school May 9 And we made rt ourselves proudly boost these Home Ec qurls whsle modeling clothes for any hour rn o tashuon show June 4 Exam tume means study tnmc for these students If O", R 7771! ll V 4 1 L Iv rw K V , . - A X , 'fmt K 1 if 5 3 D r ' I A . H. ' w . x 6 , gypsum W' I l RN wiqsk K ' we ik . 3 3 1 x 5 9 I , , 123 144 glulwze Gddyewi We Jlcwe femme! "The justice and integrity ot tree lnstltutlons IS vital to our Weltere Gove Clevel CI VIII ADVERTISING d U I' I' GU Peggy Hood Potricio Twyfor ' 1 ' NL ' 5 'H Ns. . V M A xx Q ., , 1 ,S ' ! 'M V VN f 'fuk 153.9 " 'S ' '1, .-', . 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MF- - J DEB S OP , V7 These glrls don t need to study any glamour magazines Most popular sensor, Peggy Hood and best dressed Barbara Sums, buy thenr glamour at N r M-N x Ay fwq fl 5 'W 44-c-'74 'wg Rig 4735 aw? 'ia fs W, ds Junior Deb Shop I27 Q' 8 ,S After Q Tough 13 6 Workout Ask for Grapette Dr Pepper a Sun Crest DR PEPPER BOTTLIIXG CO INC L Hear Ye' Hear el 1 The Best Place To Buy Your Coal and Fuel Oil Sanford 81 Charles, Inc 35th Steeta dC 810 Ralood DaI6156 Q WNW: 3 Q' 048 Q pf' 'Vip 0"f'4 T MX' sewers? gf Q! WISH FISH? Come to Central Restaurant For the Best un Seafood Right In the Center of the Seafood Dlstrlct of Vlrglnla CENTRAL RESTAURANT 15 East Queen Street HAMPTON VIRGINIA 51 Ford You Can Pay More But You Cant Buy Better 'foul S4664 Sauce 1l1lWlll'1Cll Mll'l'0l1 11llll0llP011ATEll 800 Kecoughtan Road Phone 5 1268 1 ,ZR9 G ,.. THE HOBBY CENTER Your Headqua ters for Photo Hobby ond Handicraft Mater als Opposite Mom Shipyard Gate 3704 Wash ngton Avenue H-IPB aff lv' Fi'-113 E E 5 Just Whnstle Well Supply Your Needs Gorsuch Drug Co, Inc 3019 Washington Avenue Dual 3 1683 or 3 1684 Servmg the Penmsula for Half a Century There Must Be a Reason f P 'w ' ll ll 1 ks.. I , 4 -M . U P I - - ' . .- . X x . . N 1 F1 i . In ls I o r n . . i r - i - 6 EIGL., 4. rt mm m-' "I E - cl V-aw fr " Ff Q' 'F' ' 1 ,f . Lgjffifayi, mvft 1 1 ' ri- f 51 X J Q ,, V ' " -as -in '. f f Q V ' Q 1 Nqgxv ...,- lt xx. V jf,- A .. WJ Jrxi? m y in -f 'www P I 'fd r . , ' i 'I' i tb is 15, ' A ,. A - ,, -ff: , 'ff' , V Q 4 P, ' t,3,." l 3. - - - - - ' f.f1'f' if 5" my J, I . l I 1 28 Sneaking down for a mid night snack during a palama par y Jane Zegopu lus Mary Ann Gallop and Betty Beck find that Beck s Bread is just the thing for a delicious double decker sandwich Backs y BREAD Colony Farmers M arket 33l 35th Street Dal 25031 FRESH FARM PRODUCE Vegetables Fruits Flowers Meats Poultry Eggs Dairy Products and Home Baked Foods OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND TUESDAY FRIDAY 16 P M x X l X tl ill lll Serving the Peninsula Since l9l8 2600-2606 West Avenue W T CHAPIN Insurance and Real ltstata 126 26th Sleek D I41 71 Bea f 'Q e y Q eeds al g JERNIGAN " MOTOR PH - N ONE 3 l8l8 1419 25th Street l29 Phones Denb gh N N 4 'I 5 V rg n a Lee Hall 2635 Colony Forms Cooperative Dairy ls composed ofthe following mnlk producer members Allen G Hertzler Benlamln F Kornhaus Arthur V Hertzler Nathan Layman Mulford R Hertzler Sylvanus M Moyer Oliver W Hertzler M Lloyd Weaver J Daniel E Hostetter Joseph H Wenger Samuel F Hostetter J Harvey Yoder It processes ond markets thelr mllk as Guernsey Mulk C-rode A Mulk Homogenlzed Mslk Cream Buttermu Ik Cottage Cheese Eggs ,14,zf,fM Jfeazzz, WZHJ for J Buy Your Hardware 125 26th Street Dal 51292 and 51293 2405 Jeffe son Avenue QIHFKU l We 4 J T e Pemnsulas ffmest Store J 31 EI-llgrltqeliitoliffeef Q6 Dm' 5966 214 30th sneer 130 i . . - 9,3 ' .H . l , r. ? ,J-Chill '93 ' M C 7 Gnd Supplies from REALTOR -2- INSUROR 9 luwzllfll ll I J l In 1 ll iso Mal lllfv . , w . ,, .n',,n" " . n F ,ff' M-"""" .nv""""""'mw M-ff SL You like Nancy Tormley will wear o look of confidence when you buy thot special outfit t W6 The Penimicla s Friendly Depalrtmeizt Store 3007 Washingfon Avenue Dial 4-1761 l3l It you don t belleve your money s sofe with us just osk Betty Lou Powell ond Shirley Bell They ore exomlnlng the glont voult ot the CITIZFNS MARINE JEFFERSUN BAINK Member of Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporotlon BRYANT 81 NELMS l29 26th Street REAL ESTATE GFI INSURANCE PHONE 4 1621 Z 55474 410-flfldll Hampton Vlrgmla Phone Indian River 5039 ST' n 'ILS ,fig fi There S No Argument' The Best Ploce to Buy CROCERIES Is WEAVER S MARKET HUUPER BODY GURPURATIUN Manufacturers of HOOPER BUILT STEEL CLAD TRUCKS BODIES, VANS, TRAILER BODIES Office and Plant Phone 31st to 32nd, Warwick Ave 3 'I951 2 TW Z Till? lllllllllal lllllmmlla A d I . Q53 .L'. . ' , ' Dad Prefers -5 E CENTRAL MUTUR CU HOME OF THE PENINSULAS FINEST CARS BE ALERT Watch for School Children Courtesy f Heath Roohng Company Harwood 81 Garrett C-ENERAL INSURANCE All Claims Adpusted by This Office Dal 61241 207 27th Streei Woke Up and Take Your Printing Jobs .IACOBSON PRESS 2704 H nt ngron Avenue Callnng Cards Programs Invitations Vlslt G E 0 R G E S The Streamlzned Drug Store FREE PARKING I Shell Be Proud to Wear A Bracelet or Other Jewelry From S nce I 896 arclay 8 ons 2912 WASHINGTON AVENUE DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE CHINA 2 ,.-'- ' Z I xg - To - u i ' ,Y X I I 1900 Kecoughmn Road Dial 2-4140 7806 Virginia Avenue Dial 2-3798 JJ A s JS o I I J, QI: i . I33 Thus attractive buuldung IS the home of Unuversol Auto Soles dealers for Llncoln and Mercury UNIVERSAL AUTO SALES 4210 Huntnngton Avenue M vga' RGZBQ Buy Your Outside Furniture and Screens for This Summer Pcnmsula Supply Co 34th and Vlrgnma Avenue Dal 4 1496 Peltz Brothers Shlpchcndlers Deck Engine Steward Cabin Colley Supplles Bonded Stores 2300 West Avenue Dual 4 'I784 IDAIQIKEIQ 8: l30WIfll Wall Satisfy Your Wants for CARPET FURNITURE APPLIANCES Da 2 2041 212 28th Street f STIDEIQLIZLLL Cl U.I2E'Z0, ONZE, 2505 Chestnut Avenue Dnol 4 1486 AMBULANCE SERVICE Its Tume to Come to USER BBDTIIEIIS FOR RELIABLE FOOTWEAR NEWPORT NEWS AND HAMPTON 13-bv ff AVPLES"..Q,'i FRUITS or VEGETABLES PETERSON S Fmer Foods 9961 Warwuck Road Halton Village H C Peterson, Prop 4 I m l ' , VJ F Ng. ' I . . 1 At . . I I I i - ' - r Z XJ. f 1 1 - ff"-' dz . A Ziff! J, 1 Aj 1 www!! F I At 1 - 1 Relax ng w th tele son are basketball capta ns B ddy Bolla d a d B ll Leggette wth Peggy Peotrs a d F a ces Rodgers For the fnest In Telev s on s Schertle T V lFormerIy Rolllnsl 29th and Hunt ngton Ave Telev slo ls Educof onal AtoZ um ffzea to umm Seeda SCOTT HARDWARE Can Full All Your Needs 2413 Jefferson Avenue Dal 6 I 74 Q Q E DODGE PLYMOUTH DODGE "Job Ratedl' TRUCKS Shackellnrd Auto Eompan1j,Inc Bowl For Health Sports Bowl 24 Deluxe Brunswick Al'eys Ten Plns Duck Pms 7400 Va na Avenue Phone 24151 hos L K n Makmg your clothes ls fun you know Come on ln And learn to sew QINFER SEWINF MACHINI4 CO 2605 Washmgton Avenue Dlal 4 1962 Mlllilllllllllll Mll'l'llli Chrysler Tbrmouth Kecoughtan Road LaSalle Avenue o Phone Hampton 6367 Boy meets gurl ond everybody looks pleosed but then why wouldn t every body look os pleosed os Bully Peach Renee Lompros Nancy Fogle Ted Hoff 66 Llggelll Home of Better Values 320911 WASHINGTON AVENUE DIAL 5 1283 136 mon when dressed in clothes from I I I tt, For 86 Yeors The Vlrqmla Pllni ASSUC1Hl1U11 Hos Served the Peninsulo NN, 74 Wish QQ, N FISH? ATSryDh E T MASON Seafood Market NSGDEF-RN C L EAN ERS AND DYERS 3409 Wah gto A D I4 81 FoCfts thPd h se Ce Watches Diamonds Silver Television SHAW JEWELRY CGMPANY 77tadan?mZaS4o,e s go sHo NELSON S 3 0 Wosh ngton Avenue H Tele hone 4 l594 H or el' er eau ervlce IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL 27th sneer DIAL 2 1641 I37 l l I I I I L T ,Q A . C':73W"'f3 X Q fflfsf ' o is From ' ' s in n venue io -'I7 3504 Huntington Avenue " r i to Give wi ri e LetS ow' B Your uid " a in on vnue I Q 'f ' Your Beou I Corin f r xx Hi ir. Are You? Come to I Ol i p ' F a Q B ty s ' 138 - F t for a co capta n says Bobby Ho ns as hefts Mel n Davs na sutfom Splgel s 0 age 0 l"" 130 32nd Street .-.qi There IS much of tomorrow In all that Nash does today NEWPORT NEWS CORPORATION Rouse Uarper Funeral Home HAROLD A. CARPER Manager Dial 6-1319 234-236 25th Street Dont be a Dunce Order at Once' 1511 COAL WOOD OIL l'O 3704 Chestnut Avenue Dual 51261 and 51262 Z- NEED GAS? Stop at NURNEY and COX Servlce Stahon 5800 Virginia Avenue Dial 2-9731 l-IANDY OIL CORPORATION lOOfk Locally Owned EARL R. HATTEN ' CHARLES A. PARKER 4-l444 Dial 4-l445 HARLEY DAVIDSON 1 z 1 Motorcycles Bicycles ,uef? A b Ch ld I C Id Y SALES AND SERVICE TIDEWATER MOTORCYCLE CO ii 1 5 1305 'WW ZW E You C-et lzverythzng Mzrszcal At the 7440144 pmaa . 210 28th Street 2 2512 TlMI3IflQlAliE S Self Service Market Quality Groceries and Meats 2604 Jefferson Avenue Dial 2-1831 MEMBER PENINSULA FOOD STORES, Inc. Ll! R' Relax Comfortably FURNITURE From W B WILLIAMS FQQHE Sleep in Security Insure Your Property Wth I F Tllqhman Inc Nelson C Overton REALTORS INSURANCE 122 26th Street SCI-IDOL SUP PLIES A I Chairs Desks Tables Shades Every Need of the School Room VIRGINIA SCHOOL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Richmond, Virginia SHOES SPORTSWEAR FURNISHINGS FOR MEN MASSELL S 3506 Wash ngton A enue Lust Your Real Estate With II IIIIRIIY and P1IIIIIE'I"I' I 3 I 28th Street REALTORS INSURANCE .i Igna- nj Dont Let Tame Pass By Come Immedlotely R I C H S Super Markets For a Complete Llne of Groceries and Meats Servlng the Southeast through 22 branches NOLAND COMPANY, Inc ?6'4ole4ale PLUMBING HEATING INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES RADIO SUPPLIES 2600 Vlrglma Avenue NEWPORT NEWS VIRGINIA Phone 7 1241 4' W The Way to Her Heart Is 0 Coat of Fur O SIL VERMAN Furs 32II Washmgton Avenue Da 4 I27I s x QI-ff Lookmg for 0 Number? Dual 2 6502 For Reliable Plumbing Heating Roohng Sheet Metal Work :ck Venerls ml: I i v I nb I QI: A , S jfifameq v. I' N 'f9Q,3F?i 1 "W 1 'fig-. 1 I 1 X Fr m X'-'lj ' i I - I . To ,.-.-55 ff' I 52,451 G i . w ry..- , II's'IIi2s25I N . . I . I . I HN' " ' I40 Dickens Chrnsfmos Carol IS enacted by James Stroton Ken Fulton Mike Anosfosuou ond Cecul Brown ot Typhoon Tume over the ourwoves from WCH PM 1310 On Your Dlol 965 OVN VVE11 3111111113 50OO 141 - I ll - ll ' - I I ' ' ll - ll - I , Take a tsp from Bully Harrls and Pat Twyford Get on the beam and eat Sealtest lce Cream Soatiew D4 61664 7016 24th and Vlrglnua Avenue We Supply the NNHS Cafeteria Randolph Macon College Ashland Vlrglnua Founded l83O A llberal Art college conferrlng the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Sclence degrees Randolph Macon prepares young men for all the pre professuonal courses and for teachrng and coachmg nn the publlc school system Catalogue Sent on Request W tc Dr J Earl Moreland Presldent Randolph Macon College Ashland Vurglnua Having the Crang In for a Treaf7 Pittman s Grocery R C SATCHELL Prop GROCERIES FRUITS FROZEN FOODS FRESH MEATS and PRODUCE 2615 Marshall Avenue Dual 4 1766 ome To utchins Bros. for omplete ar are 25th and Poplar Avenue Dual 22651 or 2 0970 Hooper Valve Ko Engr Manufacturers of Hooper Marme Overboard Dlscharge Valves and Marme Vent Valves MARINE AND INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OFFICE PLANT 126V1 26th Street 24th St and Vlralnvo Ave Phone 2 3101 Phone 3 1893 X C E L L E N T NTERTAINMENT mums AM v me p. s.1nse'r 5 1 AMPLE FREE PARHING -HOUSE P -J-IITS refteiiie 9 l1U1ll THHITHEW . 39m ST A . NE PO BERDEEN RD 14' EV 71161657 'NIGH-rx Only Localled Owned and Operated Theaters A l Guru. ' S ' Ar . . 4' ' , O C-et Your Refreshments at li - 5 - 1 , .. . . -'-I I4 N5 ' ' W 'nf Inu gwea ' 157 ERY . gl - e l42 PERRY ELECTRIC CO Inc I f I' DI4100 .af ffl B y Y Tarmfzozmt Flomt PAINT I'II0lIUC'I'S Incorporated Edwm A Ioseph 25 5th tr et 1921 Sala E NEWPURT NEWS AUTUMUBILE EXCHANGE North End Pharmacy Inc d D PENINSULA SI-IIPBUILDERS ASSOCIATICN P S A 37I4 Washington Avenue F' t O, U sn Elec rzcal Contractors 28 h and Hun ingto A 'a - 3 Products Facilities EF Snake N4' Bgygf B y , The PeninsuIa's Senior Dealers u C-irl Flowers - From -- ' 2IO 33rd Street I Prescriptions Calle for and elivered I N p t N d V' ' 'ty I 3 2 S e A 3 What ll you have? No matter what they select Shenla Rawls Mayer Levy Bally Peach and Nancy Nelson are sure to enjoy ut at the PU RITAN RESTAURANT 2 'lWshgto e No O Ple se E e ybody t e T y Fashion ls Our Business Quality Our Watchword Dependabuluty Our Creed 0 ff :LT fLAg 14 Wwe 7nae4c'mea,z! IIUNIILEY 81 llPl'LllWlll'I'll REALTORS INSURORS 130 26th sreer pol 4l O4 T lt All Adds Up' Epstein s Venetlan Blmd Manufacturing Co Makes Better Blinds They Bear the Good Housekeeping Seal at Approval J H gh Calf F May a d C Hee Uaffee 1lllI1IL1'EIl ,'L'lU1lIB 3101 W I' A Establ shed l89l Dual 2 l345 Cadallac Ambulance Servuce EXPERENCED ATTENDANTS 7!ze flaacifwal Plqmauih '7!ae Beauipfal Ghfufilea GENERAL AUTO SALES l44 A Good Place to Eat 71 a in n Av nue ne Can a v r Bu W r ' 1-if-Q 0 ' BL Q o I u I Q - . 3025 Washington Avenue 226 28th Street Dial 3-1044 6 . u ee . n r a li L f l v ' lx R ' E ' ' es venue ' i QL lncor or d r i - 7 Asbestos Sdng 8. Roof ng Sh gles Buck ngham 8. Ve mont Slate Sheet Copper a d Metal of All K1 ds o Ol Bu n Wa rn Air H C OREBAUGH Sheet Metal Works 316 18 20 28th Street Pho e 41571 of U Summer Is Here Get Your Lawn Mower and Other Carden Implements TIDEWATER HARDWARE 25th and Parrish Avenue Save Your Money by lnvestlng wuth us S2 OO per month for 89 months brings you S200 OO NEWPORT NEWS BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION 120 26th steer Newport News Forms Compang 814 25th Street 9 Yes' Nature Arr Condltlons But We Do It Scnentlfncally Newsome An' Cond1t1on1nq Co 2714VgnaAvene Da 3171 A CREED FOR AMERICAN YOUTH I resolve to let no tume or opportunntles slap unused by me that In small thungs I wall stnve to do the best that I can In order that the bug opportunutues of the future will fund me qualltled I realuze that my future us an enlarge ment of the present What I do an my hugh school years wall make me strong er In character that I may help to make a stronger Arnernca Sponso ed by PATRICK Sl SILK Electrzcal Applzances G 3 661 3406 Wash ngto A enue i I i in i r n 'n Len x i r ers r . o o n - l l I I C ir I i u i I - 3 ti? rs . 1 -Ht 3 : . r N II 5 5' if.r"'Rt-I I a ,Gs I 5-:ff fzfrfz- ,,, in . 2 . . At - ' mb r r Dil - 1 i n V 145 Oh Say Can NN-fs fx 1,1 X4 By the Dawn s Early Light .loan and Mullncent Padgett are dressing for Another day at school m sknrts and sweaters kept spotless and fresh by Dawn Bmw Keep-A H f E ' . - X 3 . ,rx 1 ff , P ll get l , y s 5, 5 y . , ,Q l e Q ,W Q- V A ' . ' A --', Male-. Q - oi y S g ' ' t 146 OU ee B , "X -.. 0 an nv - V 4- our .. -K o Mx 'Q Q. Q Q Q 4 1. ,,4 'O "In the TwlInght's Last C-Ieamnng" Joan and Mllllcent all dressed up In Dawn cleaned clothes, entertaun theur dates, Kenneth Crump and Larry Arm strong who are also patrons of Dawn IGI-IT Q Qfcaikuf QW I4 5, I Shell Choose You If You Wear Clothes Forn I MIRMELSTEIN ARROW SHIRTS STETSON HATS Youll Not Only Look Sharp But Youll Also Look Sharply It You Come to OPTICAL C0 Med cal Arts B :Id ng West Avenue BUILDING? whim- Q12 Q-We - .23-s.sQ2,... Then Consult Weaver Brothers, Inc NEWPORT News YoRKTowN LUMBER MILLWORK Come to the Monroe Restaurant For the Best un Seafood Western Steaks Jlffonroe Reslaurant 2417 Washlngfon Avenue T e Strmgfellow Electric Company Your General Electrzc Dealer 2616 Washington Avenue VACUUM CLEANER COMPANY 2406 Wash ngton Avenue Dual 2 6367 Underwood Typepw ters Mumeograph Brand Products Sundstrand Add ng Machmes Off ce Suppl es and Stat o e y Ofhce Equlpment Company Inc 2712 Hunt gto A e J C PIEDMONT Phone 3 II33 Newport News Busmess College Fo ded 1902 Day and Evenlng Classes Placement Servuce Refresher Courses Fnrst Nahonal Bank Bulldlng Room 309 D L4III2 I4 ,rg 1 0 E A h S ' 1, A asf ' r I O I u' i i 0 I ri 621 tt: . i . X 1 QJQLQQ O I i I n r . ,M ly -.g.ff:"'--A A I 1 I o in n v nue C D un IA - 8 Umvm-good! Toasted marshmallows on a cold winter's nightl What could be better than those Helen Hall and Jimmy Wilson are toasting over an open tire burning coal from 'g3f'S6fA.. 71... If ' EIB I .Ml Also Dealers in SINCLAIR OIL HEATING SERVICE NORGE APPLIANCES DIAL 5 'I234 Fuels Heatrng Servlce 328 24th Street 320 24th Street wil? Sally Evans and Frank Buck Invlte you to see the I95I Studebaker In the show room of EVANS MClAU6I'llI N MOTORS Inc 217 28th Strelet For the best In body and repair work parntlng and other servlce Iobs go to 7I I5 Vlrgunla Ave BENSON PHILLIPS G0 Inc ESTABLISHED I89I ,X E955 is-uid' QI x kts? I 'Wm I 415- FUEL and BUILDING SUPPLIES f-Wifi' J- 3 I OO Vlrglnla Avenue I49 AI .. .MHA I I2 4 I f I 'I I I I I I 1 I f HW I A I f I W I - A aff I I 1 I ,Zia 'W . ff I 3 I - I f10','w,?f.i2v',?"Zg-ge A ,A ij: I ':- I I fag I al 'Ag I I W 1-.mf :I U3 yi 25,2225 O ' ' ' .WI,f:,,,gg'2: , I 'eff ,'?Z,:Wtf I EF? ' ' A -'51 I I I ' 'fit I II., M- I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I w ' 6' G+ Q 2 I I I - 1: - I . I . u I I ' W1 I I I I I I . - I Keoptieqfame vzeegwmcaq Whale brother Don NNHS alumnus us an the servnce Betty Bazemore keeps the home fares burnmg with cool from G and Coal ompzmy 150 NORI UI K ENE RAYINTL1 L UNIPANX NEI-II BOTTLING COMPANY Bottlers R C Cola Eng rovers on for the 1951 Anchor Nehl NEG-HI lzusnam i Orange and Grape 5H FOR SCREW HAMMER CHISEL Pa ro mount Pete Sez -'fn NAIL NEXT ,Z gag-1 Taramount Theater THE PENINSULAS FINEST Lee Whlte Hardware Wlthout Foul 2701 R 3 lwcoln and Sales Service DRIVE IN PLEASE DRIVE OUT PLEASED SUPERIOR MOTORS Inc 1615 K I GEORGE L POFFENBERGER J L BALT ES 151 w X w Y N ' A 1 ' I . - Iv I :If of Q, :nu IIIUEF M 5117 fl d 5+:f lffwi V f 22' 5 Liaggkfg' -ll 4 261 untington Avenue ' 'I 'S C g tulofionson P1 I dd ANCHOR . . . df 'f' Th G0 'O Ch! I I I fs, I J, L , oanoke Avenue Dial -1551 I O I O O O I I u u 7 0 ecough an Road X METROPOLITAN BOWLING ALLEY 28'l 9Vg Washington Avenue MURRAY S BOOTERY Fomous Nome Brood Shoes ll8 32nd Street OBERT S ng I or ond Momcures Do 2 8185 Roberts Beauty Solon 235 28th St eet TOUR WITH TEXACO Bunn s Texaco Servnce Stahon Po sh Ave ood 25th St Newport News Vlrgumo Call fo and Del ve D a 2 9772 CHAPMAN CAB 3308 Wosh' gfon A e 5 Possermger Meter Insured 2 Woy Rodlo Cob Whe Yo Wo T o Cob Coll CHAPMAN 41482 or 31021 WYTI-IE FLOR IST mum of IJISIIIHI n 1926 Kecoughton Rood Drol 2 2013 MUSIC CENTER Musfmlllf Inu: s Telepho e 7 M38 A BOWERS SR W A BOWERS ,IR Low ON DOUGH? -.xv bfx U We Hove Plenty of lt CAKES PIES BREAD CIQUM S BAKERY I H g A DIAL 2 7342 3820 Kecoughtan Road Hampton V I In V f1Lle Newport News, Vo. - I S V1 U FI 4112 I V . "FI D' ' 'ff 11" ' I Nl 4 ' - QP I C. P. Powell, Jr, is . h ' v V Shampoos, Permonents 3710 Woshington Avenue . n Q il - I' 'I , . kip. , 'I rri . . iwlni V ' D I I 1 V r i r il . 351 untin ton venue - 1 1 U- l52 -xo' EDS Sf 1 WAR-W R n or sh ne your clothes wll look fme f you have them cleaned at the WARWICK LAUNDRY an DRY CLEANERS 127 24th Street Dual 4 1421 76606 SUTTLE MOTOR COMPANY CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE GMC Trucks DMV 19 34th and Jefferson Avenue BEAUTY AND THE BUICK' Rose ory Ho ard and La ry A mstrong ad mlre the vuew from thas latest model at NICK ALLEN Motor Company Hunhngfon Avenue and 30th Street Dual 4 1734 153 a'n i i ' , i .tv x X .. -1 Q ' H .Nw Munn U "L A X 'A :...g. eff? ., N , - A A A . f - , - 5' f X Jljfl f - , A Il II m w r r Mutual Home and Savmqs ASSUC1Hl10I1 Newport News Vnrgnnna 210 30th Street Coll The Plays Plan The College Days Open a college savings account with this association then add to at each month Steady profits added to your savings each year It s the easy sure way to have dollars for college when you need them Safety and Earnnng Power Are On Your Team Establlshed IB96 V491 lik -Ki? ?"" klgiiiexwa PENN S 3l lO Washungton Avenue Shop At I IM S PLACE For the Fmest nn C-rocernes and Confectuons 76 Buxton Avenue Prescrnptuons Cosmetics Drugs WYTHE PHARMACY 29ll Kecoughtan Road Phone lnduan Ruver 5l7l PEN IN SULA ELECTRIC CO 'l7l5 Kecoughfan Road W T Darden Owner 154 I l I of I I . . , ' . ' I fff3 . "" . P 1 . . . -"' ' -'-' 1-f-5:si1 -- I Q ..., A,'l 5 ear 1 1 O Q - , ond Nellue Wrse select new oufnts from 2707 Washmgton Avenue 155 Lovely os con be in up to the minute fashions, stylish Betty Joyce Pittmon I U Relox ond Lusten to Llstenmg Hcblt I49O On Your Dlol QQ Hove 0 Sweet Tooth? Use Your Head' Come to Us For Postrues cmd Breed RYE PUMPERNICKEL VIENNA 4 xv U54 To The WYTI-IE Esso Servlcenter CREASINC WASHING POLISHINC WILLIAMS COILE ancI BLANCHARD ARCHITECTS on ENGINEERS WARWICK BAKERY eso B d DIOI 6 I606 SALES .N X X SERVICE COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR BODY AND FENDER WORK AUTOMOBILE PAINTING PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Dial Newport News 3-1638 Ward ontiac Sales, nc. I56 iffy! -'vj""t"' f:-f. - M532 IW-H5 Iefrif +4 The Peninsulds W INXS '23,?2ffqWIf?iT3:fiifGf5f' 3 H fra Z To I 4 Af Q cI M I ru uil ing ' - r I - 3 witttttifx SN The Choice of the 3005 West Avenue iliguff Best Lookung Senior Mary Ellen Booth Best Photog rapher am ee 4 lunge Sensor Closs of Newport News Hugh School Phone 2 7375 l57 M, . -Jw" I In ' M , , aww il. ll S - ' Q, , ' .' I Hbirfl' ' "5 9 O Virginia Engineering Company, Inc Qeffzefzaf gcmhaoliaw 29th Street Dlol 7 l2OI NEWPORT NEWS VIRGINIA aterfrunt lumber and Shrucelllng Company LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDING MATERIALS I2O0 Jeff With Your Soda Ask tor Phillips Preferred I ye POTATO CHIPS d W T PHILLIPS LYNCH BU RG COLLEGE hb g A four year college of Liberal Arts and Sciences for men and women Educotionol Opportunities Include Liberol Arts Course F A t C me r s ourse Music Art Drama Pre professional and Vocotronol Courses hb dt d d Q b Q awe on 7644? Inspect Our Modern Plant We Process Meats and Pou r We Cure and Smoke Pork Ili 'II rriUl..ll rUUUJ, IIII . 339 35th SI I D I2 211 I 1 w Lync ur , Virginia Ly urg College is fully accre ie d 't erson Avenue d an de rees are accepted y d t d p fssio I h ls. DIAL 3-l305 F I f rmot' W' Orville W k P 'd t QV", X ' ' E' . . It y Colonia Stl ' S I I- I' I I' I ' I' -h r Manufacture by rl Q1 ' J ' - J Hampton Iee ia -8 158 'G- Takung In the detalls of how to operate an IBM proof machine as Barbara Belote sensor while on a VISIT to her bank Teacher IS Miss Ann Blvlns for mer student of NNHS now employed at the BA K of lIAMP'l'0 H0110 Washmgton Avenue at 33rd Street Kecoughtan Road at Wythe Center Newport News Hampton 119353 159 I. 61" K I I A 1 - ' ' ' I l ' I I ' I Jr -ak. fl ,,.,,,.1iiHh-U MONTYS rg ma Avenue al' 44th Street CURB SERVICE Wee Wisdom Prlvate School Mrs R F Walker Kindergarten and First Grade Afraid of Fare? Theft? 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ALEX S GRILL Visit Our New and Modern Establishment Try Our Sandwiches and Fountan Serv ce 33l5 Jefferson Aven e Dual 29868 HIDEN STORAGE AND IORWARDINC1 LO 50th and V rg n a Avenue We Store Export and Import Goods Abbztt Realty Company Washington at 30th Vnsnt AI s New York Dehcatessen Hot Corned Beef and Pastromi THE FINEST IN KOSHER FOOD Dial 2-6028 133 25th Street ...nal ssh, ...ann 4,54 will! ,sm More than tlfty years have passed slnce the Inevitable step was taken which transferred a sprawling tldewater village Into the dlgnlfred status of a city of the flrst class In the Commonwealth of Vnrgmua Its past has been lllustrlous But our justrfned prrde In past accomplrshments must not dum our eyes to the fact there IS much left to do rn the future CITY OF NEWPORT NEWS 7114 WMM Qaeda! Jlaadoa 63 r --'-"""4"" Q x if L.-.Lu , . l PROUD? Sure We re Proud' and Why Shouldnt We Be? QQ There are many many reasons why we should be proud of OUR NEWSPAPERS Just to mento a few as our up to the news coverage top tl ght com cs AP W rephoto se Ice a d thorough news coverage of the V rgm a Pen nsula 3 READ THE PENINSULA S NEWSPAPERS You ll Agree Bmlg Igrrms lMorn ngl The Tlmes Herald lEvenmgl ENTERPRISE ELECTRIC C0 Inc O Electrucal Dlstrlbutlon Systems 0 Lnght and Power Installations O Transmlsslon Lines Commercial and Residential Waring 338 340 33rd Street DIAL 4 'I756 W C Bom CH INSURANCE CouNsELoRs l36 28th Street Dua 4 Q2 Wow Have You Seen the Mens Wear Quilts ii Sings, fl Next to Paramount Theater They Feature Botany Clothes -aa!-4 'ff Q, EW mill fhzm Bowler s Auto Exchange 35th St and Hunhngton Ave Dual 4 1746 I64 1 f 1 ,CW 5 ' ls, Xe, YT Y i n minute g - i l 5 i rv- 0 I , ' n i ' i i . I I ' i I I' I 'D ., . ,L , 'll . . . . I . . . 1 At F- . ' ' ' 9 'v . 1 FE . . M L, A .fl nr? , e Nl ,Q i P 'yay' L, ,',El:'L- . 1 81 Co. 'set' 0 ' 9 ' I -l44l The perfect gft for the grad ate of 5l a Parker 5l says Molly Lord from EPES STATIONERY COMPANY 2908 Washington Avenue I. .0 W1 EAST END BARBER SHOP 903 25th Street SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE TRAINED FMCULTY Day and Evening Classes Approved for Veterans Open All Year A r Co d t oned Class ooms Low Tuition Hugh Standards Enroll Today College of Hampton Roads 3l I2 West Avenue IJRUEKER 81 Fl-ILK Real Estate and Participating Insurance I34 26th St eet DIAL I6 7 IF IT S GOOD GOODPAR co INC 5808 Virginia Avenue Wreck? Check GEUIIGES SUPER SERVICE Make Unhappy Ka, Clay' With JEWELRY from Allen Jewelry Company Stieff Gorham International Silver Bulova Guen Hamilto Watches 28th and Washington Avenue Locally Owned r 6- B I I It' U I Ll I is eq 0 'uf' 5 l f ' f -I E 9 'A f. ' - .N 1 Q5 Q 2 Af l Q QA I is lltlfll' Superior Training for Selected Students A i if 1 i - n I i r T- -- I , r Z ' n 165 RIVERSIDE HUSPITAL Sz 1500! of Mzrszng l Q A t hool g c b The c e Septe b l95l For Thct Special Someone s BARR BROTHERS Jeweles o d Op co 3005 Wash ngton Avenue Looks Like Little Brother '4 Needs New Pants' We Hove Them cit BLECHMAN S YOUTH CENTER 2Wshgt Ae HE IS HAPPY He Followed the Motto "Deal With Deal" A M DEAL Mutual Underwnters 99 28th St eet Do 41451 Hove 0 Snock BILL S BARBECUE TWO LOCATIONS O V g o l5OO Keco ghto Rd 1 W' Ns Take Her Skating at I-lygela Roller Rink Hampton and Wickham Avenues Dal 27371 o o r i l - dmi 5 At Students who ore high sc roduotes of I high oliber ond outstanding o ility. next loss will nter in rn er, 78l ir ini Ave. u n . G sf lt' o 'Q ,fy . A il 1, fig r n ti i ns ,iq i ,- ' ,, ,, , ,,,,,,,i.,...,.--, .,A. ..,,,,,7 .Y Y, . 'N T' g - xg - . U E6 - - 8, . I 1 i . 320 o in on vnue l66 Hungry boys Bernard Friedland and Paul Chapman patronize the bakery The Florlda Orange Store 3208 Washington Avenue Dial 3 1615 If Its Good to Eat We Have lt' Best Hot Dogs and Hamburgers in Town Try One Buddy s Place 1809 25th Street Let Us Help You Own YOUR OWN HOME KENNETH ARCH Real Estate Insurance Loans 117 26th Steet Da 2 371 NB' N gl There ll Be No Changes Made Your Wife or Sweetheart Wont Want to Exchange Her Jewelry If You Buy It From atcfa gcc Aera 2 28th Street Dia! 6-1524 G. S. Barnes, Inc. Building Materials and Sporting Goods 2513 Jefferson Avenue Phone 6-1628 Fashion Wise, Economy Wise Graduates and Undergraduates Shop at l3lfSIiIN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Over 50 Years Young Corner of 24th and Jefferson Phone 3-1388 167 Jmpnrt Hintnrz 'LL W HORNSBY AMOC0 GAS FUEL OIL L. EWIHIEJ T THE S 1009 94, SHOP J M Charles Hudson Co 30 H 8: B GRGCERY Q , 4 J. . I 'Vth 1 O and Hilton V' 9 0 - - 6 2 3rd ond Washington Ave-rm 0 o omplete F ' h' g for All Men" ' D .6 330 5 Q . - YL Washingto . K Wor1'f You Join Me? ial 5- 5 l'm n o to 128 30th Street 68 'lH Smart students luke Ann Garrett and Lynn Holzbach save for a secure future at the FIRST NA1l'lIONAlL BANK Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposut Insurance Corp If lt s Flowers s ,J Green s Il l0TlSt am sneer Dual 2 3763 Nrght 6 1245 fs ofyxlr-fl: 'NEW-if W Only the Best For Bull Lota Hes Wanting for A Plymouth or De Sota Cofer Motor Sales, Inc 291012 Huntington Avenue DlAL 6 1668 m 5 Dont Skate on Thin lc . SAVE YOUR MONEY CROWN SAVINGS BANK 2411 Jefferson Avenue mb.... Safe and Economical Transportation Cltnzens Rapid Translt Com pa ny 101 1 Victoria Boulevard Phone 4-1716 grutuluhons A M WZ ff COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY I 5 9 W 1 3 THE NEWPORT NEWS - , ncorporafed 5 il- Want to Save Money? Make Your Own Clothes Wlth Materials from IIEEHERT FABRICS 36l Warwnck Road Halton Village M014 Mrs Sallie H Jackson Prop 4 30th Street Phone 2 l07l COLONIAL STORES Inc S 81 IVI Pharmacg Rexall Drug Store 3401 Washungton Avenue Personalized Prescrlptuon Servuce After A Date Meet Your Friends at the ?577lDuaem Kecoughton Road and LaSalle Avenue Relax and En o l Y 56 Televusuon AI s Radlo 8- Televlslon Service 54l2 Jefferson Avenue Phone 2 O4l2 Owner Albert I Duerner EAST END SHOE SHOP lnvlslble Halt Sollng Our Specialty 25Ol Roanoke Avenue Pete Zavltsanos Sam Johnson Owners SAMUEL H PHILLIPS Real Estate Insurance Rents Loans 25l5 Washlngton Avenue Newport News Vrrqnnua Dual 5 1266 PD Va, 1- F , If 3 0' I l , 9 ff V, E EEN? -5 Hvfllfl Buy Your Set from ! 1 n o o I2 - ' l E I o l7l D l3rrntrng l.rthography bookbrnclrng You are rnvrted to consult us on any problem connected wrth the Graphrc Arts Our trtty tour years of practrcal experrence rs avarlable on such :tem as School Publrcatrons Ledger Sheets Letterheads 81 Envelopes Engravrng Weddrngs Programs and Tuckets Cold Leaf Stamplnq Books and Pamphlets Pen Rulrng Otfrce Statronery Rubber Stamps Advertrsmg and Publrcrty The l:ranl4lin Printing Company, lnc. Dial 41726 2l6 l8 20 Twenty frfth Street Newport News, Vrrgrnra l72 0 0 H ,. l l rf'-Z Q- w , . xr , g Zh 0 l X D , 0 o Activities Section Advertising Section 22 ,,,, 2 2 Administration 2 2 22 Anchor 22 2 Art Club 22 Art Department 2 2 2 Assistant Principal Band 2 2 Band Home Rooms Baseball 2 2 Basketball Beacon 22 2 2 "Berkeley Square" 2 Boys Hi-Y 2 Classroom Section 2 Commercial Department Dean of Girls Dedication Dstributors Club Distributive Education Dversified Occupations Drama Department Drama Staff Heads Eighth Grade Officers Eighth Grade Home Rooms Engl sh Department Faculty Section Flagtwirlers Football French Club Freshman Officers Abbitt Motors Abbitt Realty Adams Shoe Store Alex s Grill Allen Jewelry Allen Nick Motors Als New York Delicatessen Al s Radio 8. Te evision Service Arch Kenneth Bank of Hampton Roads Barclay Brothers Barclay and Sons Barnes G S Barr Brothers Becks City Bakery Belles Beauty Salon Benson Phillips Beskins Department Store Bills Barbecue Blechmans Yoith Center B 81 M Drive In Bowditch Motors Bowen W C Bowlers Auto Exchange Broadway Department Store Bryant and Nelms Buddys Place Bunns Texaco Service Station Caffee Funeral Home Corder Funeral Home Central Motors Central Restaurant Chapin W T Chapman Cab Co Charles J M Citizens Marine Jefferson Bank Citizens Rapid Transit City of Newport News Cofer Motors Cole and Scott College of Hampton Roads Colonial Stores Inc Colony Farms Cooperative Dairy Colony Farmers Market Conners Crown Savings Bank Cr11m s Bakery Cutchens Bros Daily Press Dawn Laundry Dea A M Dechert Fabrics Diggs Florist Dog House Dr Pepper Bottling Drucker and Folk East End Barber Shop Fast End Shoe Shop Fdwards F el Fnterprise Electric Foes Stationery Fnste n s Venetlann Blinds Evans McLaughlin Farabees Studios First National Bank Florida Oranae Store lrranklin Printing Co 2 22 32- 49 I24-I72 22- 40- 23 36 46 I5 23 4l 6I IIO-III IO2- 0 3. 46 I 7 37 42 49 I9 I3 2 62 65 6 67 66 4 6 6 66 4 67 9 9 6 69 6 6 4 65 6 4 4 6 49 44 9 7 9 6 72 EDITORIAL INDEX Freshman Home Rooms 22 2 ...... ,,,, 5 5- 57 Future Home Makers of America 2 ,,,,,, 47 Girls Sports ,,,, 2 ,,,, 2 2 22 22.2I I2-I I5 Hall of Fame-February 2 2 22 ,,,,, ,... 7 2- 73 Hall of FamefJune ..,,, 22 2 ,,,,,, 80- History Department ,,,,,,,,, 2 ,,,, 2 H1-Y ,AA,, ,,,, 2 ,,,,, . 22 22 Home Room Section ,,,,, 22 2 9- Physical Education Department Principal 2 2 22 Quill and Scroll 22 2 22 School Board 2 2 22 2 School Life Sect on 2 Science Club 2 2 Science Department 2 2 Senior Mixed Chorus 2 Senior Section 2 Honor Council 2 2 22 Industrial Education 2 81 I2 48 Home Economics Department 2 2 .,,,,,, 34 I7 7 Introduction 22 2 22 2 Junior Junior Junior Junior J Jn or Key C Band 2 2 Class Officers 2 2 Red Cross 2 2 Varsity Cheerleaders lub King and Queen February King and Queen June Language Department La in Cl 1b Library Library Assistants Club Mathematics Department Music Department National Honor Society Office Assistants Patrons Page Patrons League ADVERTISING INDEX G and G Coal Gayle Young K General Auto Sales Georges Drug Store Ceorges Super Servic Goodman Hardware Goodpar Ice Cream Gorsuch Drug Store Green Acres Greens Florist H and B Grocery Handy O11 Hannas Harwood and Garrett Heath Roofing Hiden Storage Hobby Center Hooper Body Hooper Valve and Engine Hornsby J W Hotel Warwick Hundley and Applewhite Hygexa Roller Rink Import Motors Jacobson Press Jernigan Motors Jim s Place Kirby Vacuum Cleaner La Vogue Shoppe Leggetts Department Store Lynchburg College Massell s Masons Market Merrimac Motors Mirmelstein I Modern Barber Shop Modern Cleaners Monroe Resturant Montys Drive In Restaurant Murrays Bootery Murray and Padgett Music Center Mutual Home and Savings Assoc Nachmans Department Store Nehi Bottlers Nelsons Beauty Salon Newport News Auto Exchange Newport News Building and Loan Newport News Business College Newport News Coca Cola Bottler Newport News Forms Newport News Furniture Newport News Nash Newport News Shipvard Newsome Air Cond tioning Noland Norfolk Enaravers North End Pharmacy Nurney and Cox Office Equipment Orebaugh H C Oser Brothers Paint Products Palace Theater IN S 39 67 62 47 O O 4 6 4 9 4 6 44 6 9 4 4 4 40 6 4 0 5 4 4 7 4 45 4 O B 4 40 4 4 4 4 Senor Class Officers-February, June22 Scnior Class Sponsorfl ebruary, June2 Sophomore Officers 22 2 2 2 2 Sophomore Home Rooms 2 2 2 Sr1an'sh Club 22 2 2 2 Speech Department 2 2 Sports Section 2 Stage Crew Stage Door Student Council Committees Student Council Executive Board Superintendent Table of Contents Thespians Track Iyphoon Time Underclassmen Usher Varsity Cheerle rt r Vocational Educatio Y Teens Writers Cl Depertmcnt Paramount Flori t Paramount Thea er Parker and Powell Patrick and Sill Peltz Brothers Peninsula Electrc Peninsula Peninsula Shipbuilders Peninsula Penns Perry Electric Perrys Meat and Po iltrv Market Petersons Finer Food Phillip Levy P 1 ip W T Pitt Douglas Pittmans Grocery Puritan Restaurant Funeral Home Supply Randolph Macon College Richs Super Market Riverside Hospital S hool of Nursing Roberts Bea21ty Salon Rouse Carper Funeral Home Sanford and Charles Schertle TV Scotts Hardware Shackelford Auto Shaw Jewelry S1 verman Furs Sims W W Singer Sewing Machine Southern Dairles Spigels Sports Bowl Str ngfellow Electric Stuart Theater Superior Motors Suttle Motors Tidewater Hardware Tidewater Motorcycle Tilghman J F Timberlakes Market Universal Auto Veneris Nick Virginia Engineering Virgin a Pilot Virginia School Equipment Ward Pontiac Sales Warwick Bakery Warwick Esso Station Warwick Laundry Waterfront Lumber Weaver Brothers Weaver s Market Wee Wisdom Kindergarten WGH Radio Studios White Lee Hardware White Optical Williams Coile and Blanchard Williams Furniture WVEC Wythe Esso Service Wythe 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