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

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V if. ---Q., 9 'Q 'ff' ff , 'J ld' -- Y , f ' -" Q' ' ' ' 'Zig' R X WE"-- S Y , ' - ' ix- " . , ,, V- - , -x..x wr- f- X- --15- - - ., -, Y -iz - , , V . I . ,Y L '- .,., Liv- rx- - ,- ' , ,,.. - --" - Q -8 - ,L-Jzrbg 'L ,M .. .L 17" vi ... 1 .6 Qrx ., sf ' iv .f 5 -fY- 'il ... - ,. 2 fl' .1..- .-r -1-v -1 -1 -. X .- -. 1 Y x .. X, ,Q ,,. -lx L Q- Q -Q1 5 'Q 4 -1, ' 1-1-4- Y " - Q 4-11 Q l 723- xf 41 'N 5, 1' uv- .- 2' ' '...i- , ...L S.. -.. -.f .L -qs. 5 4-11 'Z-5 i. 1, A 5 -5 .Q -- , X x N 'Q '- ., -v QQ- Q31-'f NEWPORT NEWS HIGH SCHOOL P EDITOR BI'tyM k Avmsrs ft s J I' Wolfe J' C kXXNklXxXXxlxxxsSB' A r New orb News, Virginia Ann Timberlake I ASSOCIATE EDITOR e orie Buc inghsm f Ann Dickenson I Robe eward , one , Near This Spot Landed Aprrl 26 l607 Captain Gabriel Archer Christopher Newport Wuth Twenty fave Others Who Called the Place Cape Henry Planted a Cross Aprll 29 l607 I I . . . . . . "Shortly alter, Captain Newport sailed lor England, never to return to Jamestown." That is the stnrv according fn hrstnrv, hawever, on the year l952,, Captain Gabriel Archer Chrlstapher Newport made an imaginary voyage ta the New World, Having passed between the tamaas copes un whnch he tlrst landed, he sailed around the pennnsula, whxch was mach changed tram the one he knew long ago, and viewed many fanwnas landmarks at tadav. We wish to present Newport News Hugh School as one aspect mf thc Scene which he encountered an thus lmaglned return , .lcd-'4g2'Z to 11 rt ,Q me A , 5 - m gf iwlifw Tim t't'eff5i'i"' ' 'Y lu- 1 , ' an e b Ft e., ti Y ' ,T , xg-an M -- 1' V 'V g , 's M ,EE ..,., we .-gX.- Y 1 4, , 1 5 . . .Q ,b , , . . W., 4 , . - x x -X u x A! ,, ..f f xi N 'YQ QQ' M . w-63 5 Q.. ,xxx ,...- Q 5 .1 K M ,xk..v..- - M ...N M QM. .:.,.,... -..-mmN- - -1-.3-N 'Q .MN ww.,-weN..ww O -.-N . Nxm Q-.naw Q A M 1 . ".Z""'N5 V., , A' W, 'Nw-w-V, H! CAPTAIN N EW PORT found our school equipped to prepare its youth ocodemicolly, vo- cotionolly, and physically. .v-"s'f"'9' T T llllill S 'I K . ,Q 3 - Q 5 s lisa ll . 'TTT TN vzmnwuwpzmaqp The The The The The The The The Instructional Phase 4 . Learning Phase Developing Phase . Climactic Phase Social Phase A Athletic Phase Friendly Phase Functional Phase I FACU LTY Sondra Cufchins 6 f 'X 'An 5. Vw Wmwn WA4 f x il' Noi Unly Sup efwide DR. R. O. NELSON MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL BOARD are: Sealed: Mrs. George R. Dabney, assistant clerk, Mr. Alan man, Mrs. John E, Kritzer, Mr. Dorsey Pleasants, chairman. Standing: Mr. Phillip Murray, Dr. H. G L aker, Dr. Nelson, Mr. S. D. Green, clerk. IN CHARGE of supervision are Dr R. O. Nelson, superintendent, and 1 School Board, who, during the p year, have continued their progri of general improvement both in 1 physical and psychological enviri ment of the pupils. 8 ,amz rqclnulnidlm. RESPONSIBILITIES are quietly and ef- ficiently executed by Mr. George J. Mclntosh, principal. As he carries out regulations in the traditional manner nd provides the best opportunities for tudent development, Mr. Mclntosh xerts a profound influence on all hases of school life. MISS ETHEL GILDERSLEEVE AND MR. T. O. KEESEE X.: ,-gk 4 .,Y""",,'- ,..'-"""'-'ww MR. GEORGE J. MCINTOSH SCI-IEDULING classes is only one of the problems which Miss Ethel Gildersleeve, dean of girls, and Mr. T. O. Keesee, assistant prin- cipal, help the young people of our school to solve, They are con- stantly confronted with matters of school aciivity from disciplin- ary measures to student govern- ment. Aw Quicfe THE CHIEF concern of our guidance counsellors, Miss Mil- dred Kelly and Miss Ruth Folk- man, is to aid students in choosing suitable vocations or in enrolling in colleges geared to meet their needs. Although this department is only two years old, its reputation is widespread because of the in- valuable service it renders in steering young people into the proper fields. MISS MILDRED KELLY AND MISS RUTH FOLKMAN PARENTS SHARE in the program of the school through the Parent-Teacher Association. Under the direction of Mrs. C. B. Coe, president, the aim of the association this year has been to understand the high school student as a citizen of his high school and community with em- phasis on his willingness to accept responsibility and his ability to render efficient service. Participants in the program have been parents, teachers, students, and lay- M mum men. MISS ELIZABETH SAUNDERS AND MISS MARGARET GARLAND C? rig' W MRS. C. B. 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MOORE Virginia Polytechnic Institute, BS Wood Shop MRS. FRANCES C. NETTLES William and Mary, BA Biology MISS NIXIE A. OWEN Madison College, BS University of Tennessee, MS Home Economics MISS ANNE V. PARKER William and Mary, BA, MA - English LOUIS S. PLUMMER William and Mary, BS, MA Physical Education Chairman Track Co-Coach JOHN F. POWERS - University of Richmond, BA William and Mary, ME History, Phys. Ed., Baseball Coach Basketball and Football Asst. Coach P. W. ALLEN RAINE Hampden-Sydney, BA U. Va., MA, Mathematics J. C. RANGE William and Mary, BA, MA J. V. Basketball Coach, Phys. Ed. Football Assistant Coach THOMAS M. ROBINSON Springfield College, BS Physical Education Football and Baseball Assistant Coach PETER SACHON Catholic University, BA Physical Education Head Football Coach MRS. ANNE P. SCRUGGS William and Mary, BA English Chairman MISS LILLIAN J. SEATS Indiana University, BS Physical Education MRS. HELEN H. SHELTON Madison College, BS English MISS ELEANOR A. SHERMAN Oberlin Conservatory, BM Music Chairman Junior Chorus Director WILLIAM L. SI-IUMATE University of Pennsylvania, BS History, Guidance MISS VIRGINIA STIDMAN University of Maryland, BS Physical Education GAA Sponsor wi' iqncf fbaiazaef vqpplawie MISS FRANCES M. STROHECKER Longwood College BS Rnchmond Professnonal lnstutute Certuflcate In DE Dustrlbutors Club Sponsor MISS REBECCA SUTTLE Wulllam ond Mory BA English MRS ESTHER C THOMAS Lynchburg College BA Speech Natuonal Honor Soclety Sponsor MILES THOMPSON lllnnols State Teachers College BS Pnnt Shop MISS LILLIAN TODD Columbia Unlverslty BS MA Mathematucs ALFRED VICK Vurguma Polytechnlc Instutute Vocotlonal Certnflcate Machine Shop PRESSLEY G VICK Vlrglnua Polytechnuc Institute Vocatlonal Certlflcote Auto Mechanacs Shop MISS ANNA BELLE WATTS Mary Woshlngton College BS Physlcol Educotlon MRS LALIE L WEBB Mory Washmgton College Home Economlcs LOUIS M WHEARY .IR Lynchburg College BA George Peabody College MA Hlstory Guidance VERNON A WITMER Oswego State Teachers College Wllluom and Mary MA Dnverslfled Occupatlons MRS LUCILLE WILLIAMS Rnversnde Hospital RN Nurse MRS MAE M HUGHES Cafeterla Head JACK SLUSSER Custoduan MRS LUCY BOWEN Hampton Roads Busunes College Prnnclpal s Secretory MRS JUDY KEIL Bradley Unnversnty Bookkeeper MRS PEGGY WARDEN Clerk Ge , , , , I I , I I 1 A kg , 1 . Arg ' s I5 eafzlfain lvealymfzf aaunfin Ure 6164421.00014 I I CLASSROOMS I6 pwpk 71144 Mae Qlaee W Q52 ww 3 aw 71'iWsW"""YW 7a .Beam '7Aew fvazfwe .E KEEP YOUR EYE on these English students for under the expert gundance of Mass Annye B Burbank they will learn their language and luteroture so well that they may be tomorrow s teachers I says Barbara Peach as she mnmucs a French paper doll All French students learn not only grammar but also French lute and customs I8 kr "CME PARISIENNE am B ix . B V "l-lAl HAl" You a re wrong," laughs Burton Fowler, as he shows Dor- lene Mitchell a mistake in her lesson. These Span- ish enthusiasts get regu- lar drill in the language and traditions from "South of the Border." NO OUR SCHOOL has not run out of books These students are just examining some model Roman scrolls. s an gerun ives gives our boys and girls o broader understanding of the ancient language ' x '70 7!aiceU MAYBE KIM PERSON is denounc- ing the present administration but no matter what she vows she wnll keep her audience S attentuon after her course 1n speech These classes are designed to help the students speak nn publlc and be more at ease wnth theur language ACTING IS only one part ot a course an drama Rules ot production dnrec tlon make up and the varrous de tanls ot the dramatuc art are taugh to the students through experuence But In order that they may thor oughly understand the subject the are requured to dlscuss It as thes students are dolng now fn lf'fafZ'e214 WE RE ON OUR WAY soy Sondro Erloch Horry Slmpson ond Joe Robertson os they stort out on o vnsnt to the court house to see for themselves exoctly how thenr Iocol government operates for the protectnve orm ot Larry Armstrong wnll detend her from tnerce pursuers Ancnent hustory ns brought to lute os these pupils exomune ond pre tend to use models of oncnent weopons 21 I JANE PIERCE need never feorj '70 fbawaam Zhe Seanad Nalfuae THE FANTASTIC GROWTH of a tlny seed unto a flournshlng plant as ob served by Joyce Vannu Darlnng Anderson and Sidney Barham through exam unnng enlarged reproductuons MISS PATSY DALE directs chemnstry students as they analyze an Inorganic solutuon The fundamentals of chemlstry are taught the students through actual expernmentatnon In ad dutxon to Studying facts 22 ' , . 1 1 ' A fi' Y - If -Q V - . t V . S Q , Nm! la Zllfiliye 711401, l so FUTURE PHYSICISTS leorn the lows of resultont forces in their physics closs. They cover on extensive course during the yeor, includ- ing units on light, heot, sound, ond electricity. VEN AND TO PROVE . Let's leove it to these plone geometry students os they study lines. This course is os for os rnost pupils go, olthough some do venture into solid ond trigonometry. fx 'S ,, 23 7a Qaawe I CAREFUL OE the eighth note,' says Mr, Elmer Cogan to a clari- netist, as the wind section of a band class rehearses a particular selection, ln this class students learn the essentials of instruf mental music and prepare for public performances. YOU MAY BE sure that all these tones are pear-shaped because these students are taught the correct way to sing, music appreciation, and the basics in musical theory. WITH PENCIL and brush Faye Epstein and Renee Lampros attempt to recapture some of Nature's beauty. AMP FIVE more feet to the o Boys are re quired to climb the rope as part of e physical education pro ram SAFETY is necessary in these days when automobile accidents are so prevalent there fore the school strives to promote careful driv ing by training he pu il to handle an automobile NO DANCER of falling with the steady hand of Miss Lillian Seats. Each girl waits her turn to perform on the side-horse, This is just one of the ways girls are taught to build strong bodies. Hn! la Became Skilled WHAT MAKES a car tick is the problem bei studied by these boys in their auto mecha class. Actual practice on automobiles is g each student in this course. Whgms SMOOTHNESS AND polish await this table which is being sanded in the woodshop. The techniques of using woods are taught to future carpenters in this class. SHIP DESlCNERS? No, lust one ot the aiu classes in our school. Although eighth grade are required to take ten weeks ot this course is also open to upperclassrrien as an elective. in Jlamf ca hw NEEDLES AND PINS ore employed to good odvon toge bv the gurls who ore tokung home monoge ment The proper woys to core tor homes chuldren ond the suck ore only ports ot thus proctucol course "SHALL we eot whot we have cooked?" Thus mught well be the ques tuon on the lups ot these cookung s t u d e nt 5 These closses ore geor ed to modern luvung, un them, gurls leorn not only the correct woy to prepore o meol but olso how to serve ut ond how to be o grocuous host ess 'N- EVENINC UP A HEM tor cu student Muss Mcury Ankeney us douly unvolved un bows bostungs ond buttons for she us one ot the sewung unstructors All gurls un NNHS cure requured to toke one semcster of thus course I L It ,:,. X , . - ,Q . uu uuu u '25 5 u eu up A-f if A g 1 .ue A f ua T 3 A Eu u sl b T Si To - fs f b , , I 4 27 fb Beqiwi I I l UNDERCLASSMEN Edith Mason William Shields Jonet Wolfe 3 X35 'NIM A X S 7ff! XMB il 'Z x' J IMP' Q ff ZA LQ in x....,...,, 'wwe-pw 744 Mace Wm Zum MAYBE the eighth grade officers, Douglas Brown, sec- retary, Nancy Bigger, honor council representative, Judy Leggette, president, and Teddy E a r r a r, executive board representative, are trying to visualize Captain Newport's tirst voyage to the New World as they ex- amine this miniature at his ship, the Susan Lee. rn' HOME ROOM lOl EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MR. LESLIE BOBBITT FIRST ROW1 Shirley Willis, silla West, Carolyn Wheeler, J Whitrner, Dara Williams, Yates, Felicia Weinhold, Sa Weaver, Patricia Wilmoth, Williams. SECOND ROW: Robert Wins' Beverly White, Jackie Wr Marlene Weymouth, Annette Ellis Wheeler, Paul Siceloft, l Ann Weaver, Joyce Starling, B Wright, Mr. Babbitt. 'iHl.2D ROW: James Wray, Webster, John Wallace, Watkins, Jay Wilks, Billy VN Harry Veazey, Donald W Douglas Wright, Gerald Won HOME ROOM llO EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MRS. LUCY CATLETT ElRST ROW1 Shelby Lewis, Ann Madagan, Betty Long, Marks, Cecil Miller, C. L. Virginia Medlin, Annice MC horn, Ray Melton. SECOND ROW: Jucly Legg Evalyn Lassiter, John Nict Frank Moore, Kay Melton, Fi McDowell, Donalrl M c A rl a rn James Meador, Mrs. Catlett. THIRD ROW: Jean Ann Mans Floyd Mears, Eva Meena, Ca Moell, Patricia McDonald, Major, Janice Melson, Cf Mears, Sol Met, Erlclie Omar McQuillen 4 wmidz We szu, 4.114 OME ROOM ll5 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MR, WILLIAM SHUMATE ROW: William Adams, Ballard, Ann Campbell, Barrow, Mary Akers, Lee Carson Brown, Marie Bridge- an, Mildred Skinner, Barbara ker. COND ROW: Rosalie Boyd, San- a Canepa, Ann Bradshaw, Shir- y Allen, Joanne Beecrott, Rab- t Bell, Eugene Brown, Cyril ron, Johnnie Adams, Mr. Shu- te, IRD ROW: Ann Adams, Peggy ckner, Betty Brown, Nancy Big- r, Charles Boyd, Douglas Brown, arlie Allen, Larry Bryant, Jim- ie Brooks, Cooper Bowen, Lauritz derson, June Atkinson, HOME ROOM II6 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MR. JOHN HULLER EELING: Bobby Sutton, Donald tton, Donald Spencer, Wesley ith, Eugene Stanford. ST ROW: Bruce Sims, Albert ith, Geraldine Swartz, Carolyn kes, Louise Stump, Joe Watson, nces Thomas, Joe Tolly, How- Todd, Bayard Tyson, OND ROW: John Tate, Jim- c Turner, George Spady, Nick nos, Wayne Dixon, Homer ely, Wayne Taylor, John Jor- , Jerry Ring, Mr. Huller. IRD ROW: Sonia Kepler, Ruth ditizs, Marita Berzins, Jane Id, Barbara Taylor, Louise orne, Rita Van Natter, Joan ry, Lois Vanni, Gloria Trusch, rie Walker, Jimmy Smith kr' ON THEIR way to becoming full-fledged members at the Newport News High School siudent body, the mice ref ceive blue and gold ribbons during their Mouse Assem- bly. fue HOME ROOM 2IO EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MRS LOUISE HURT IRST ROW Vrncent DBene Lrn wood Clark Charles Crlswell DI lard Cruckenburger Hornet Car son Annette Domuno Gwen Davis Robert Davls Ann Chandler Jo Ann Cooper SECOND ROW Sydney Derrlng Frank Davenport Robert Bryant Bobby Daulphlanas Joe Buxton Ishban Corbet Merle Cobb Don old Crutchrnan Mrs Hurt THIRD ROW Shelby Cncken burger Jackle Dobbs Esther Car ter Sora Mac Dresnng Cello Col traun Jo Ann Chnstle Vlcky Chad well lvetta Dawes Venltto Carter Jane Chrustue HOME ROOM ZI9 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MR WILLIAM KRAMER FIRST ROW Bob Morgan B Phrlllps Robert Paschell Kathlee Pennlngton Glenda Packard Adn ra Rector Jeannette Phnlllps Bobble Jean Phrpps SECOND ROW Arvld Purdy Clan Plemrnons Jam Morgan Dan Poole Charles Murray Roy Perry Pau Prrllaman Charles Marshall Mr Kramer THIRD ROW Shelby Ragland Pa Prlce Betty Roberts Sherry Pad gett Nancy Ruchordson Barbar Morgan Irene Nettles Shurle Olwer Joan Overman Annto Rule HOME ROOM 306 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MISS CASSIE CHILDRESS FIRST ROW Bobby Lee Ellus Ca Farmer Nelson Ellis Leroy Ga rnson Ann Fenugsahn Glorla Fuel Cl1ntFarrner Edmond Easter Sta Iey Frledmon Jack Fryer SECOND ROW Slade Dunn H ruson Forbes Bobby Fowler Tedd Farrar Leland Edmunds M Chrldress THIRD ROW Tressue Garrett Ba bara English Yeardley Fowle Vonza Lee Ferguson Ruth Evan Barbara Emory Sylvla Frank Wu ma Benton Betty Evans Norm Forbes F 1 ' , ' - I I I I Y I , , I , f f f 2 ' , , , , , I I - I I I - I I - I I - , , , 1 , o , f , , enne Nettles, Wlrtley Rarne, Glo i , . . 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I . : , , , , , , I 1 , f I I 1 I EI , , 1 ' , , , , , , , , . 1 , a , , I , I 1 ' , , I f I , , , , 34 HOME ROOM 307 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MISS ANNE PARKER IRST ROW Dennis llish Charles illing Lyman Gray Barbara Hel ick Gaye Hogge Francis Hicks olph Harden Wilson Hawk Rob rt Jester Charles Hunter Stuart reenspon ECOND ROW Curtis Henderson lyde Jefferson Ruby Johnson orriette Gwaltney Joan Crow ord Lelo Haney Joanne Hay raft Ernest Green Harold Har ine James Dillon John Helmer illiom Horton HIRD ROW Nancy Hawley Mor aret Johnson Phyllis Howell nano Hubbard Louise Hooper uby Hanna Shirley Hallman QQY ack Della Jamerson Sherry H illiam Goskins Miss Parker HOME ROOM 3lO EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MRS KATHRYN CAMERON IRST ROW Frances Langston egoy Jones Betty Knapp Son ra Kerman Dale Kennette Rob et Joyner Elmo Lenhart Coy ones Walter Kelley Richard ewis ECONO ROW Ben Keeter Har ld London Richard Krause Ken eth Langston Buzzy Levinson arvey Kulmon Howoid Barnett rs Cameron HIRD ROW: Renee Koskinas Lor- aine Jones Janice Kilgore Kay evil Ruby Kleinert Ada Marie elley Nancy Joyner Sandra oerber Norma Ann Ju:tice Rosa- ie Lorrimore, HOME ROOM 3l9 EIGHTH GRADE Teacher MRS, ANNIE SCRUGGS IRST ROW: Celia Siegel Nancy quires Shirley Smith George ones Robert Robinson Charles ichmon Roger Roberts Jackie iddle Paul Rawls, ECOND ROW: P. A. Breeden onald Vassar, Donald Satisky, hillip Seville, Wayne Ritch, John owyer, Murray Rowe, Sumner oy 0. HIRD ROW: Carolyn Simpson, aren Smith, Lindo Seltzer, Judy lovin, Carmen Shockelford, Mar- aret Schweida, Kathleen Snyder, olery Smith, lno Rowe, Mrs. cruggs. n Jliqfn Sefton! Gwilamd I . . I I I I - , , I I A , , 5 j ' I i , I , I I T V I . , i , : , - I i , , , , , , , etty Hudson, Pe Ann Han- , , ill, , , i ' I I I - i , , i . : . , - I I T , , I S I i , , i , i , I Q' i , , i , f . 1 , . , ' f . . I Baflflnefl 'Zfecw CAPTAIN NEWPORT would be amazed at the nautical instruments these n i n t h grade officers are examin- ing at the Mariners' Mu- seum, Here James Horton, secretary, Barbara Under- derwood, honor council rep resentative, Lois Willitord executive board represen tative, Phil Wheeler, presi- dent are viewing an engine room telegraph. L 1. HOME ROOM IO6 NINTH GRADE Teacher MRS. ANTOINETTE GRAF FIRST ROW: Louise Bradley, Allen, Edna Doughty, Marilyn Aro now, Doris Bowden, Patricia Beat ty, Charles Belangia, Larry Ans DOCh, Johnny Williams. SECOND ROW: Bob Gaddis, Gr Beers, James Ainslie, Edward I er, E, J. Franklin, Jr., Fred P Wayne Bostic, Blair Boswell, Graf. THIRD ROW: Barbara Rr Barbara Ballard, Marcia B Nan Bartield, Mary Blount, Anastasiou, Helen Blalock, F Barefoot, Maxon Bornhouse. HOME ROOM 207 NINTH GRADE Teacher MISS ELMA FREE FIRST ROW: Marilyn Spotts, Bet ty Thomas, Evelyn Vretos, I beth Smith, Barbara Underx George Themides, Chris Ko Carleton Spivey, Gloria St Donald Smith. SECOND ROW: Bobby Tuck, Talbert, Donald Volheln, VN Taylor, Franklin Lascola, Ira san, Robert Tallmut, Louis S Miss Free, Tl-IIRD ROW: Joyce Steele, Hall, Betty Taylor, Janet RF Anna Marie Thompson, Ina Gravenor, Charlotte Horton, Ann Sherman, Ruth Striclf Vivian Sykes. ' I NINTH orafxog if v HOME ROOM 208 Teacher MISS BEULAH BRASHER First Row, Left to Right:George Dangler, Raymond Dossett, Hop- kins Crowder, Bill Slemp, Bobby Jones, Phillip Clark, Terry Brady, Jolin Jordan, Arthur Davis, Don- ld Cox. Second Row, Lett to Right. Marian Ellis, Myra Eyerettc, Betty Ed- wards, Kimberly Ferson, Charles I-loiisman, Richard Cooke, Tollie Dickerson, Raymond Duke, Vir- ,inia Davidson, Miss Brasher, hird Row, Left to Right: Chari Drummond, Nellie Jones, Betty Doop, Ann Eason, Grace Ezzell, mma Joyner, Marian Fleenor, can Collins, Mary Field, Nelda Keaton, HOME ROOM 2I5 NINTI-I GRADE Teacher MISS MARY LUE MQCAHILL st Row, Lett to Right: Mary EI- Gary, Antonette Franceschi, Gordon, Barbara Fowler, Duntord, Clifford King, Fox, Easley Hamner, James Garland Dance. Row, Lett to Right: Joe int, Jon Garrett, Bernard gl, Richard Gray, Clark Larry Townsan, Bill Ham- wn Miss McCahilI. Row, Left to Rightg Myrtle Sue Hart, Myra Goodson, dia Phyllis Forbes, Cor- Johnson, Barbara Goodrich, 4 Stump BL tty Haze lwood, itchens. "STICK 'EM UP," says G-Man George Dangler, as ninth graders rehearse their contest play, These plays were originated to give more members of the student body experience in drama. 'Waeq Eegfm la fbaicoaefz. Q' HOME ROOM 2l8 NINTH GRADE Teacher MRS FRANCES NETTLES FIRST ROW Frutts Whlte Troy Chappell Allan Hanrahan Donald Grogan Robert Campbell John Burke Paul Chapman Street Het Inn Melvln Caplan Donald Buchan SECOND ROW Wllllam Grover Bully Harrus George Gibson Srdney Bunn Everett Clark Ben Chnldress THIRD ROW Laura Curlung Caro lyn Campbell Shlrley Cooper Shar ley Hagge Lawana Cashman Nancy Harrlsan Edwlna Cashlon Sherry Crossley Jeannette Hornsby Cath erlne Coe Mrs Nettles HOME ROOM 303 NINTH GRADE Teacher MISS FRANCES COX FIRST ROW Anita Hehl Lenora ueensberry Jaan Moell Katie Morris Hlnton Parker Raymond Pearce Donald Morgan Melvin Muller James Horton Wally Nesbltt Carl Phtllups Don old Pearson Rnchard Halt Rrch ard Parker Gerald Peltz John Chenoweth THIRD ROW Hazel Pleasants Melva Marrts Patructa Mass Jane Pruce Ann Beauvec Mary Longest Faye Nachman Mary Alnce Price Myra Janes Darlene Mntchell HOME ROOM 304 NINTH GRADE Teacher MR ROBERT BARR FIRST ROW Clnfford Bradshaw James Ruskey Agnes Rowe Jaan Cobb Patrlcla Rnpley Shlrley Rnd dle Barbara Reynolds Robert Skinner Phllnp Pleasants Cectl Butts SECOND ROW Melvrn Sawyer Bruce Smlth Frank Rhodes Henry Rowe Herbert Ross Ennus Ramey Wallace Sunk Mr Barr THIRD ROW Patrucua Rollins Mary Dorrs Howard Eugenia Rauch Mary Frances Sayre A lene Rodgers Katherune Seward Joan Challis Sammte Mulner Ann Scott Barbara Robertson V I I ggi? I--JK ' - V514 g - 2 h ,. K . J. 1 , . Q , V i . . I 1 1 I I' J 1 1 - A ' ' I v V . I I . 1 1 . X: I I 1 K L I I I , 1 1 - .- - I . - v . , I I I - I b I I I 1 1 I I T ' ' as ' E , Q, t- 4 I I Q t 1 X I 2 1 I Q . , I . - 1 1 M I A 1 1 1 ' Ya I ' Y. ll 5 I , . K ' V xr -. ' SECOND ROW: E. C. Oliver, Jr., it YV y "wir: I V I I , ' ' y x 'I A 1 1 ' 1 I ' ' Sf . A - 1 I I - I I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 , . y . N . 0 V Q 3 I I S I I - W I I 1m ,. In K- ' , . A 1 I 1 I :UDL 5,.-.HTS 1 1 X r Q I-"" . .I I ' FQ: I I I , 1 1 'I J 1 A 1 1 . f ' ' . 1 , I I I rw I I V I 1 1 , . 38 74m Wade 0 HOME ROOM 305 NINTH GRADE Teacher MR ELI LEONARD IRST ROW Pat Creosman Shnr ey McClelland Lorene Marshall onet Lewes Jean Martm Patsy elly Dolores Markham Margaret ubbord Mary Jane Meadows etty Costelow ECOND ROW Tommy Lnndsay llly Krause Henry Kelly James cShane Vernon Brnnkley Rosa ean Mears Roy Keeter Dovud elson Mr Leonard HIRD ROW Harry Damron harles Lanner Cecll McCaskell elen Knlpatrlck Joan Lenhart ertrude Lnvermon HOME ROOM 316 NINTH GRADE Teacher MISS PATSY DALE IRST ROW George Kung Betty alker Phyllls Pappas Barbara hate Ann Mater Roberta Webb ous Wulluford Shirley Wnlson ulknns Orvulle Wolf Wnord eaver Eddie Watkuns Robert rlght Horace Wnlluams Mnss ae HIRD ROW Betty Wheeler Anne orns Jone Stanley Marjorie undqulst Nancy Willey Carol oodward Sarah Whute HOME ROOM l2l BEACON Teacher MISS JEAN CHAMBLISS IRST ROW Elnzobeth Turnage aye Epstem Glorna Kratszch Bettle Jeanne Jones Jean Tap an Came Forrest Jannce Har m ECOND ROW Judy Marks Doug las Steele Kent Puckett lrwun nctor Tommy Frank Bobby rnght Bobby Pogue Joan Saun ers O O : , ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 5 . u I ' , . . I I 1 1 1 1 , . . 5 1 V I I 1 1 1 ' , I ' I 1 1 1 , . ECOND ROW: Bill Nichols, John , I I , II A 1 1 1 1 l . 3 1 I I I 1 1 , . : ' , n 1 1 I . I I - u . : , - , I , I . I I I I T 7A!L0-l4?Jt Sacceid fqmf an LEADERS ofthe tenth grade JoyCeVannl president Tommy Keesee honor coun cal representatuve K e n t Puckett secretary Gabby Garrett student councnl rep resentatave comment on the famous James Rlver up whlch Captain N e w p o rt sanled on hrs way to James town IH l607 HOME ROOM lO3 TENTH GRADE Teacher MR WILLIAM CRYER FIRST ROW Wulla Mae Hooper Joanna Solomon Georgia Blcau yarns Patsy Allred Ann Adams Ann Bell Garland Bedsaul Wal lnam Richardson Dan Bradley SECOND ROW William Scarlett Eugene Wesley Elaune Black Jes se Skinner Ray Langston Jimmy Bra ley Norrls Apperson Bll Purdy Jlmmy Axley Mr Cryer THlRD ROW Baker Asher Nancy Baker Paul Shannon Orlell Gar ner Sproull Johnson Bobby Kep ler Ann Benton Gay Allen Eve Iyn Howell HOME ROOM lO5 TENTH GRADE Teacher MR RANDALL COLE FIRST ROW Nancy Jones Sara Kerr Betty Lackey Genus Bird Crowder Maryorlc Krause Wl Iram Hedgepeth Shlrley Kelley Charlese Janes Ann Glbbs Betty Hamultan SECOND ROW Walter Leyland Jack Allen Jae Lanuer Fay Kes sel Barbara Kubel Leroy Ander son Joyce Crlckenborger Georae Wllluams Tommy Keesee M Cole THIRD ROW Barbara Jones Eth elyn Jackson Sally Copeland Pat Braakshlre Shrrley Harrell Janet Joyner Ralph Rablnowntz Donald Howard Francns Lackey Ben Gor can I 1 1 I T S I - .T I I I I - I , . L ' A 3 .Ili Q Q rl? 1 a . im.. K in 1 1. 1: fm, K M, 2 11 y it ,, 6 my . 1 , sa f-' 1 f W f. B ' L .. 5 1 I , I 1 TV . , . , . , , - -. RA I , 1 x , l 1 1 ' l . Z I 1 I I ' d ' n M . 1 1 l 1 1 . . l I -E , T 1 1 l 1 1 A I ' I I M J 1 1 1 1 , 1 ' 1 l ' 1 1 1 V 1 1 Nf : 1 A ' . J 1 1 1 ' I 1 - . 2 1 1 . if M ig I , r. . 1 I , l , 1 T , 1 1 1 I I T fledfgg HOME ROOM l26 TENTH GRADE Teacher MISS NIXIE OWEN FIRST ROW Mary Allce Pevere Betty Phullrps Loretta Scull Helen Perados Dorolne Siegel Shrrley Sparrow Theresa Phllllps Shirley Slrnmons Charlene Nachman SECOND ROW Jean Taylor Jer ry Overman Charles Hall WI Imam Powell Glenn Nelson Frank Ottofcro Joe Parker John Adams Mac Langston Warren Powell Mass Owen THIRD ROW Betty Grant Joanne Goff Nancy Morrrs Loretta Mor Betty Rutch Doris Har une Barbara Patteron Chorlsre en nlnqton Jewell Phr HOME ROOM 206 TENTH GRADE Teacher Mlx HERMAN LEVY FIRST ROW Ann Poyn Nancy Hall Haddon French Bowen Mary Drxon Gerald Buntung Carolyn Peace Anlta Case Dorls Cooke Jacque Hueter SECOND ROW Jarnes Bunn Frank Buck Wulllom Kelley Ver non Cartwright Lcroy Curry Frank Clark Randall Pounders xobert Schell Bobby Camper Reese Langston Thomas Doughty r, Levy. HIRD ROW: Frona Conn, Joyce Bryant Ann Carney Vianne Bry- t Yvonne Dale Peggy Cox arbaro Carpenter Doris Godsey ot Council, Dorvthy Keller, TENTH GRADE gurls always look forward to cheerleader tryouts These two C-enus Bard Crowder and Myrtland Henderson who made sem: finals are being coached by junior varsaty cheerleader Haddon French Bowen In preporotuon for trnals +A T 'PV '7fzeoz iqfafalcu HOME ROOM 2l4 TENTH GRADE Teacher MISS ELINE KRISCH FIRST ROW May Llewellyn Ar lene Mclnture Peggy Bostnc June McAfee Sallne Modra Barbara Anne Manning Shlrley Garrls Ann Lankford Jean Hudguns SECOND ROW Clnfton McLaw horn Jlmmy Elluott Franklun Mutchell George Salk Carter Har ruson Davud McMahon Harry Mears John Young Alvun Muzell Bobby Schwelda Mass Krlsch THIRD ROW Elaune Stem Bettne Moore Nancy Taylor Jean Moore Lulllan Martin Martha Frances Smith Barbara Pennell Myrtle Terry Janet Olun HOME ROOM 301 TENTH GRADE Teacher MRS MARION GIEDEMANN FIRST ROW Betty Splers Pearl Downs Myrtland Henderson Jun Fowler Nancy Dsllamon un Roberts Ruby Harlow Bett Boothe Polly Englush SECOND ROW Eluzabeth Daven port Edward Dobbins Harol Rhodes Earl Fox Granvnlle Hall Rennue Duck George Myers Leon ard Frlerman Ronnue Prevllle Bobby Thompson Jeryl Dlamont THIRD ROW Berton Fowler Max :ne Damuno Audrey Grlffm Es e Ell Pat Gaddls ynn Steele Jean Denton Barbar Ferro Norma Ferro Carolyn Eure HOME ROOM 321 TENTH GRADE Teacher MISS REBECCA SUTTLE FIRST ROW Patsy Lou Watson Merle Whnte Barbara Whntmer Vnrgunua West Allen Roberts Jun Hncks Jean Wnnstead Gabba Garrett Shnrley Welllngton Mus Suttle SECOND ROW Joe Wise Terr Futrell Buddy Stern Sudney Hub bard Mackey Marcella Wnllla Spencer Raymond Jordan Lucuou Stanfueld Stephen Sorouse Pau Hanna James Wyatt Louns Ensley THIRD ROW Delorus Troup Bett Jean Smlth Katherlne Gayle Shlr ley Whute Mary Townsley Jea Weaver Joyce Vannn Marg: Good Ann Smith I I I I , . , , , , I ' I , , I I - , , , . . , , . , , , , , , 4 , , , , , J , f , . , , , , , , , , Mrs. Gnedemann. - , , , tell ls, , L a , , , , , I I : I I : I I J - , , , , f , , , , f , - , . f , , Q I E , , , . , HOME ROOM IO7 BAND Teacher MISS FRANCES MAGLJ RE FIRST ROW William Campbell James Whitmore Norris Padgett Joan Cabaniss Nancy Forehand Jerry Smith Jerry Hedgepeth Ross Futrell Ivan Nachman James Davenport SECOND ROW Leonard Spuvak William Spencer Miss Maguire John Hoban THIRD ROW Ronne Stallings Robert Lewis Charles Hanna Ed win Markott Thomas Chapman Robert Watkins Sam Naff Wil liam Beasley Erwin Nachman HOME ROOM lO8 BAND Teacher MISS ELEANOR SHERMAN FIRST ROW Rodney Llewellyn Peggy Oliver Barbara Shockley Beverly Brady Phyllis Cohen Pat Butfington Lenora Miller Janice Roberts Suzanne Roberts Helen Arroll Gene Hedrick SECOND ROW Edward Burcher Stanley Goldberg Lawrence Moss Claude Barfield James Carter Valrey Early Clarence Roberts Clinton Mrdkiff Robert Allen Landen Delk Miss Sherman THIRD ROW Thomas Weymouth Howard Webb Ned Parrish Bll Key Norman Bennett Edwin Cole- man Elmore Holloman, Thomas Kubel Lloyd McCausley Roger Moore Richard Pulsiter. HOME ROOM l23 BAND Teacher MISS MARY ANKENEY IRST ROW: Perry Wornom Kid- y Dickens Marilyn Parker Phyl- is Taylor Claudia Hussey Pattie Parker Dorothy Higginbotham oonyeen Warren Frances Raine uth Moss. ECOND ROW: Richard Barbour, avid McDonald, Bob Edwards, ack Odell, Kenneth Joyner, Fon- ld Spiers. HIRD ROW: Jimmy Michie, John hepherd, Jack Nelson, Russell owe, Jimmy Starboard, Phil heeler, Billie Harris, John Dunn, an Jones, Charlie Hogan, 14 cf 'J - , , , r , I r , , . , , , . I , I I T r , I I T I l I Bobby Wimmcr. - , , r , r , r r , , . . , , , r r , , , , , . . , I V I , , , , , i , r , r r , , f , . I I em gi 'Pd 51 , gf: f . 'fl' f , f x , f, GIRLS DON'T usually run for student body president, but Mar- tha Robeson has her eye on the office as she adjusts one of her many campaign posters. A-l H' eff BUSY JUNIOR officers take ti out to relax near the Newp News Shipyard. Perhaps they i commenting on the contrast tween the small ship in wh Captain Newport crossed ocean and the trans-ocean super-liners ot today. They c kneeling: Jane Peirce, secreta Barbara Peach, honor cour representative, standing: Ra Whitley, president, Helen Cc soulos, executive board repres tative, Ronald Jenkins, vice-pi iclent. f.f 7!i6y elllffdaze l Ullfli ff: V13 6 . E IT TAKES work to give a good dance so here are some lT'S SURE no one will recognize the cafe- of the junior boys with the help of their sponsor, Mr. feria after Myrtle Sisson and Junior Class J. C. Range, clearing out ihe cafeteria for their Spring sponsor, Miss Patsy Dale, finish decorat- Prom. ing with ivy and spring flowers. X l luv" THE RESULTS of all the hard work is a fine time for all. Here The dancers enjoy the music of the "S1'arliners." 'S ' MWWKV S N...- v if Wy l l X 5' 'QF' Q John Allen Vnvlan Allen Barbara Anderson Dorlung Anderson Helen Arroll Edgar Asbell Jo Ann Astor Anne Boker Ruchard Balser Frank Barefleld Betty Barfueld Claude Barfueld Wallace Bass Dwught Beasley Carolyn Beaulueu Norman Bennett Elanne Bunder Ralph Bager Joan Bomar Rosalie Boyd Shirley Boyd Beverly Brady Donald Brandt Margaret Brewer Jack Broadwater Peggy Campbell Frank Cannon Donald Carson Dorothy Carter George Cayton Muldred Chaney Thomas Chapman Bully Chrustenson Nancy Chrustuan Shirley Clark PBQQY Clay Nelda Cobb Phyllns Cohen Edwun Coleman Wulluam Columbua Ancul Corbutt Helen Coussoulos 01' Shirley Cox Kenneth Craig Glenn Crockett Caroline Crutcher Jean Dangler William Davis Shirley Davis Billy Deuell Roy Deuell Thomas Deuell Billy Dick Mary Dick Valrey Early Ronald Eason Carol Eastman Clarissa Edwards Roberta Elliott Faye Epstein Edward Eure David Falk Macon Farrar Preston Faulk Joyce Fenton Rona Fisher Billy Floyd Barbara Fox Eugene Francis Gladys Friedman Naomi Garrison Alice Gaskrns nn Lee Gay Edward Gaylord ockie Georgalas eranica Georgalas inwood Gibson ayrnond Goff oylor Goode osa Griggs laine Guilliams orothy Harrington onald Harvey harles Hatch 2 1 hi-w blk yx we-f Q- 5 N 51 iii au.:- SA Am!! Lon Herdler James Henkel Helen Hesler Clauborne Hacks Clarence Hnllmq Barbara Hmnant MF' 3 WK M36, -fl R' nv- Kellcy Hunnant Josle Hute Charlue Hogan Jerry Hojge Shlrley Holland Elmore Holloman Peggy Huffman Francls Hull Shnrley llnsh Ronald Jenkuns Josephunc Jobe Dolores Johnson Dan Jones Rose Jones Maw' 11 'U 'C' ,wr vs. Davnd Joyc Rosemary Joyner Muldred Kelley Carl Kemper Qoan Ker Egbnbara fgggey R qvy Lo Knlman gg ' S0pbol:les as 'J'UUFMKouna cflorvwiratzse JY -"Q, an y La y 'Janne Lass: Mqldre Leggetts Robert L file Bll y S C C r n WHSJIC Jud kg HR xl, Jackue Martens Wutmer Marshall lly Masters Aww L66 McAIwee Q Phyllis Mcfxlwee Lloyd McCou5Iey Mary Elizabeth McKeIvey Neisel Meadows Jo Ann Merritt Jonzgnnie Mewborne Jnan Michaud Mary Anne Mlchle Lenora Miller Norma Moore Danny Morqan aul Morgan ed Morrison obert Mosby uth Moss lba Munoz ranklin Murray rville Naqele nne Newbome arol Nibnick lvin Norman olond Nuckols ack O lzll ommy Olaisen Ima Oliver arolyn Parker at Parker any Parker ayne Parker illiam Parrish ohn Payne arbara Peach elores Pearson avid Peeples argaret Pegram ne Peirce obby Penn argaret Perados nette Perkins on Phillips ene PhilIipQ fnicfn all renal-fe 7fLem 70 fqcce yd 'lr 1 6 s. 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U9- Joe Poslrck Rlchard Powell Barbara Prndgen Rnchard Pulsufer Frances Raune Theda Ratlrff Sheila Rawls Loss Reed Nancy Reynolds Paul Reynolds Jean Roberts Joe Robertson Martha Robeson Frances Rodgers Jackle Royals Paulnne Rouvalus Ellen Rudd Joan Saunders Kay Sawyer Ray Sawyer Kathleen Scarlett Dorothy Scrum Elsie Scogguns Bullne Jo Sensnng Burt Shar Carolyn Shockley Jerry Shockley Warren Slceloff Harry Simpson Betty Sums Myrtle Susson Cabell Slaydon Barbara Smnth Robert Smnth Franklin Smlth Henry Smuth Jerry Smith Ralph Smnth Ruby Smlth Barbara Soar Wrlluam Spencer Bernard Splers 744 R Jane Squlres Nelson Stoll Bobby Sterlmg Sue Stockton Donnle Stortz Jnmmy Stratton Jackne Sykes James Talbot Jean Tappan Gnlbert Taylor ntomette Themldes Ann Thomas Donald Turlmgton Dorothy Tyler ecnl Underwood lbert VonDoenhoff lrwm Vnctor Dons Waldo Betty Walton ona Webb arol Werner Lorraine Wells eorge Wescott homas Weymouth eroy Whntemon Ralph Whitley ames Whntmore Bertha Wnlllams Lawrence Wnlt Barley Watkuns ecll Wrnght vonne Yates Rebecca Young C Q L0 el!! 'ivy l 0 . X K. .Q rl 'Dx -, D 'Y T 4 T . C . ' lb' Robert Walker ' he Luv, l '. J' .rl ' y 'v 0. 'F an A . . 4 B I J s ,W Ri. I QL l 4 ' Qs: vw bl Uf Une efimacfic Senioa Zfeafz- IV SENIORS Borbcirci Duling Virginia Jones Sylvia Sorenson --.L A. la..--1. floyd. R 70... MISS DOROTHY M CRANE 6 LCdiL0lfl It us wufh greot prlde thot we poy honor to o person who hos helped rouse the school stondords ond hos been conhnuolly devoted to keepung them hugh She hos served the school well but It us not for thus reoson olone thot we gnve her recognufnon lt as for her undying love of her work ond the joy ond generoslfy with whnch she imports her knowledge It as for the hours she hos spent IU broodemng the horizons of mony und: vuduol students Her devotion to duty IS excelled only by her love of people We the class of June l952 owe much to o grond trouper ond nt ns wnfh thus foct un mnnd thot we dedncote our yeorbook to Miss Dorothy M Crone 54 fl! O 1 1 I I tau Qitlltlttt 5 . , up -,,,.,.....,---f Q ew ,, Z, I v 1 .-Wh. s:::z'w u........-gg: BEST LOOKINC, Ted Hoffman and Barbara Jarrett, would be a treat to any eyes, even those of a seventeenth century man like Captain Newport, AS THEY pause at the monument to those who achieved for our nation its present prosperity, Billy McKenzie and Kitty Christian, best all around pair, realize that many good traits of many indi- viduals are needed for such achievement THE HALL OF FAME JESTINC again perhaps-neven theless, Randolph Dale and Jane ice Smith, wittiest pair, vow that they see Captain Newport sailing towards Jamestown, rib NOT AS fancy as seventeenth century costumes, but a great deal more comfortable, are the outfits of Renee Lampros and Bobby Wright, the best dressed seniors. MOST POPULAR, Bill Leggette and Millie Padgett, take a few moments to relax in the environs which Captain Newport once knew 8 Q' Qoa... ITS CLASS SPONSORS To the Senior Class of June, l952: Why can't you all be champions in your field of endeavor? Life is a game. If you play it as your basketball team played it this year, you can win, too. Their main purpose in Roanoke was to win. They were physically strong, mentally alert, and molded as one. You Seniors, can be winners, too, by being physically fit, mentally alive, and striving hand in hand with your fellow man. Your success in life depends on these things. Use to an advantage the knowledge you have acquired here and go forward, look- ing towards the future. May it hold success and happiness for you. You then will be true champions and in your way will have helped make this a better world. Carry on Champions! Sincerely yours, fwliwi Qcufm To The Class Of June i952 Watching you through the years and having some part your growing up and graduating from high school l been a revelation and a pleasure You have achieved mc goals and developed many potentialities but this is o the beginning As you enter another phase of your life whether it be job, or homemaking or further educa ion rem 1 - each of you can do some one thing an life better tl anyone else Find that thing and do it well I congratulate you on your graduation from high sch and extend my good wishes for your continued success all your undertakings 'Me Glau Mafia, SHIRLEY MARIE AJALAT-Teams: Hockeyg Soccerg Basketballg Junior Varsity Cheerleaderg Clubs: FHAQ GAA5 Make-up Staffg Beacon Advertising Staffg Junior Chorusg Senior Ring Committeeg Home Room 216. SHIRLEY ANN BALDRIDGE-Student Council Repre- sentotiveg Home Room Officesg Clubs: FHAQ Y-Teens, GAAQ Quill and Scrollg Costumes Staffg Anchor Advertis- ing Managerg Senior Dance Committeeg Home Room 22l ROBERT ALLEN-Junior Red Crossg Latin Clubg Bea- con Staffg Junior Bandg Senior Band, Staff Sergeontg Home Room lO8. DAVIS MACON BALLARD-Eighth Grade Presidentg Teams: Junior Varsity Basketballg Varsity Basketball, Co-captain of l95l Championship Team, Letterg Basket- ball Honorable Mention All Easterng Baseballg Home Room II9. CLARENCE J. ANDERSON - Usherg Home Room 309. SIDNEY JOHNSTON BARHAM-Sophomore Presidentg Junior Presidentg Senior Vice-Presidentg Nelms' Honor Scrollg National Honor Societyg Baseball Teamg Senior Chorusg Clubs: Lating Keyg Home Room 2l6. Class Speakerg Honor Student. It Z is ARCHIE CALVIN AVANT-Trackg Clubs: Scienceg Dramaticg Junior Red Crossg Ticket Staffg Metal Shop, Superintendentg Home Room 2l6. 20 DOUGLAS WADE BARLOW -- Usherg Home Room 216. 60 A Um flaaeabffd .94 0444 Pangaea, A Q- CHARLES NACHMAN BECKER -Clubs: Science, Treas- urer, Key, Secretary, French, Latin, Cast of Seven Plays, Contest Play Director, Thespians, Advanced Rating, - is Anchor Activities Co-Editor, Junior Chorus, Senior As- 'X i ' sembly Committee, Home Room 22l. Q ALICE ELIZABETH BLAYTON-Library Assistant, Service Pin, Head of Effects Staff, Thespians, Usher, Drama Letter, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Senior Color Committee, Home Room 216. WILTON PAGE BEGOR-Teams: Junior Varsity Foot- il ball, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, Var- e sity Football, Letters, Hi-Y Club, Vice-President, Usher, KL, ' Wood Shop, President, Senior Dance Committee, Home HQ '- ,1 Room ll9, "3 Q I Q., si' ROBERT LEE BOWDEN--Track, Clubs: Spanish, Latin, Y , Staffs: Props, Usher, Ticket, Head, Shop Offices, Home el' f-i" Room 2l6. " CLAUDE DANIEL BELANGIA, JR.-Teams: Junior Varsity Basketball, Junior Varsity Football, Stage Crew, Junior Chorus, Auto Mechanics, Superintendent, Home Room 2l6. DONALD RICHARD BRANTLEY-Transfer from Boy i - nt., hx ' It if gan- den High School: Varsity Football, Letter, Clubs: Key Hi-Y, Varsity, Stage Crew, Cast of "A BacheIor's Baby" Drama Letter, NNHS: Home Room 309. MARY ELLEN BLAKE-Faculty Secretary, Senior Bul- letin Board Committee, Home Room 216. RITA LEE BROMBERG-Clubs: Spanish, President, French, President, Junior Dramatic, 'National Honor So- ciety, Nelms' Honor Scroll, Head of Props, Thespians, Drama Letter, Director of Contest Play, Senior Motto Committee, Chairman, Home Room 216. Honor Student. 61 .Swwndaa nude 5- . BETTY MEADOWS BROWN -- Junior Red Cross, Clubs: DO, Treasurer, FHA, GAA, Home Room II9. PATRICIA JEAN BUFFINGTON -Teams: Softball, Basketball, Junior Red Cross, Spanish Club, Junior Band, Senior Band, Corporal, Letters, Home Room lO8. CECIL BROWN-Home Room Offices, Junior Red Cross, Teams: Junior Varsity Basketball, Junior Varsity Football, Track, "Typhoon Time", Shop Offices, Home Room 216. BLAND BURCHER-Stage Crew, Senior Band, Letter, Shop Offices, Home Room ll9. JAMES BROWN -Teams. Track, Tennis, Spanish Club, Usher, Home Room 2l6. GARDNER BURCHER-Clubs: Latin, Vice-President, l l ,I Key, Science, Senior Band, Lieutenant, Letter, All State Band, Class Musician Committee, Home Room lO8. Honor Student. BETTY MARIE BUCKINGHAM-National Honor So ciety, Nelms' Honor Scroll, Latin Club, Cast of Two Con test Plays, All Tournament Cast, Head of General Ush ers, Anchor Associate Editor, Senior Chorus, Letter Senior Invitations Committee, Chairman, Thespians Home Room 22l. Honor Student. RAY SYLVIA CAPLAN-Student Council Representa tive, Beacon Second Page Editor, Junior Red Cross, Clubs: Science, Secretary, Spanish, President, Cast of Four Plays, Thespians, Director of Contest Play, Quill and Scroll, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room 62 genial: .fife sffa' f JAMES EDWIN CARROLL-Junior Varsity Football, Stage Crew, Wood Shop, Foreman, Home Room IO9. KATHLEEN WARREN CHRISTIAN-Home Room Of- fices, Teams: Basketball, Hockey, Captain, Tennis, Clubs: Art, Dramatic, Fencing, Costume Staff, Senior Music Committee, Chairman, Home Room II9. BILLY FRY CASTELOW--Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Captain of l952 Champions, All- ? ' State Team, All-Eastern Team, Football, Baseball, Shop Offices, Usher, Home Room 2I6. JACQUELINE CHRISTINE CHRISTIE-Furniture Staff, Usher, Senior Dramatic Club, Editorial Assistant of Beo- con, Library Assistant, School Service Letter, Home Room 216. TROY DAWSON CHAPPELL-Head Registrar, Nelms' Honor Scroll, Varsity Football, Manager, Letter, Ath- letic Council, Key Club, President, National Honor So- ciety, Latin Club, President, Head of Effects, Thespiansg Honorable Mention Virginia Classical Latin Tournament' Home Room 2l6. Salutatorian. r JOHN FREDERICK CHRISTIE-Teams: Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Football, Letter, Stage Crew, Usher, Pennant Committee, Home Room 2l6. WILLIAM CHENOWETH - Home Room IO9. BENJAMIN RUSSELL COFER, JR.-Key Club, Senior Band, Letters, All-State Band, Home Room 216, E ,f'1.'1' ' - . ri witty, ,Q "V 'l Ihr fbwrmq Me Lau' Qfeaa Wg!! x .1Q MQ DOROTHY ALICE COLLINS -Clubs: Art, Spanish, Make-up Staff, Beacon Typist, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room I I9. RANDOLPH DALE-Teams: Football, Baseball, Cap- tain, Letters, Home Room 2I6. LEVON WEBB CROSWELL -Student Council Represen- tative, Junior Band, Senior Band, Home Room 2I6. JAMES HENRY DAVIS-Track Team, Usher Staff, Shop Superintendent, Home Room II9. LARRY CRUM-Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Bas- ketball, Manager, Letter, Clubs: Hi-Y, President, Key, Senior Dramatic, Stage Crew, Thespians, Senior Chorus, Senior Dance Committee, Co-Chairman, Home Room 2Ol. BETTY MARIAN DERR-DE Club, Parliomentarian, Usher, Library Assistant, Letter, Silver Award, Ticket Staff, Co-Head, Senior Flower Committee, Chairman, Home Room IO9. SANDRA LEE CUTCHINS-Junior Red Cross, Girls' Bowling Team, French Club, Thespians, GAA, Effects Staff, Anchor Faculty Editor, Motto Committee, Home Room 221. ELAINE DIAMONSTEIN -Clubs: GAA, Latin, Pro- gram Chairman, Thespians, Contest Play Director, Head of Prompting, Head of Furniture, Anchor Co-Editor Ac- tivities Section, Senior Pennont Committee, Chairman, Student Council, Scrapbook Chairman, Home Room 221. 64 I F 'snub nv- ' 94,4 I ANNE LEWIS Anchor Artist, Club, Library mittee, Home DICKENSON - Art Club, Make-up Staff, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Girls' Glee Assistant, Letter, Senior Assembly Com- Room 22l. Honor Student, FAY ELLIS- DO Club, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Music Letter, Home Room I09, EDNA LEE DOBBINS-Transfer from Woodrow Wilson High School: Softball Team, Award, NNHS: Hockey Team, Junior Chorus, Home Room ll9. SONDRA ERLACH-Clubs: Latin, Secretary, Science, Chairman Membership Committee, Assistant Director Staff, Cast of Two Contest Plays, Usher, Anchor Edi- tor School Life Section, Junior Chorus, Election Official, Senior Bulletin Board Committee, Chairman, Home Room 22l. Honor Student. nnn:"' BETTY SMITH DOWDY-Costume Staff, Usher, Beo- con Typist, Senior Invitation Committee, Home Room 1 851' I SALLY ELIZABETH EVANS-Teams: Basketball, Hockey, Soccer, Gym Show, Sound Effects Staff, Office Assistant, Home Room IO9. BARBARA ANN DULING-Varsity Hockey Team, Junior Red Cross, Cast of "Our Town", Drama Clinic l948, Cast of Two Contest Plays, Effects Staff Head, Thespians, Junior Dramatic Club, Anchor Co-Editor Senior Section, Senior Pennant Committee, Home Room 22l. MARY FLEIG-Transfer from Roxbora High School: Treasurer of Freshman Class, Transfer from Warwick High School: Volleyball Team, NNHS: Junior Red Cross, Teams: Hockey, Basketball, Anchor Ad Staff, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 221. Honor Student. 65 W' I ff Q, 1 ,.., Y- News '70 Me Qulleal Zami uf "SES" I x W, .. -3, R 8 DONALD FOREMAN - Junior Band, Senior Band, Home Room 309. HARRY THOMAS FRANK-Student Body President, Teams: Varsity Football, Letter, Julian Gordon Trophy, All-Tidewater Team, All-State Team, Track, Clubs: Key, Governor of Capital District, Vice-President of NN, Hi' Y, Secretary, Band, Lieutenant, Letter, Home Room l2l. Focu I ty Spea ke r. CARRIE HARMAN FORREST-Transfer from Hampton High School: Latin Club, Secretary, NNHS: FHA, Staffs: Furniture, Props, Beacon Circulation Manager, Library Assistant, Senior Flower Committee, Home Room l2l. MARION FRIEDMAN -Tennis Club, Junior Red Cross, Furniture Staff, Thespians, Usher, Beacon Assistant Ad Manager, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room l2l. if XS.. lf ' ' N SHIRLEY ANN FOWLER-Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class Secretary, Latin Club, Junior Chorus Senior Dance Committee, Home Room Offices, Home Room 2l6. WILLIAM HOWARD FUTRELL, JR.-Stage Crew, Drafting Foreman, Home Room IO9. ALVIN FOX-Key Club, Cast of Seven Plays, Thes- pians, Drama Letter and Certificates, National Honor Society, Nelms' Honor Scroll, Journalism Letter, Beacon and Anchor Photographer, Announcer on Typhoon Time, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room 22l. Valedic- torion. RICHARD LEE GAGE-Eighth Grade President, No- tional Honor Society, Writers' Club, President, Science Club, President, Key Club, Cast of Five Plays, Thes- pians, Anchor Class Room Editor, Senior Chorus, Senior Assembly Committee, Chairman, Home Room 22l, Fac- ulty Speaker, Honor Student. 66 HUD' f'N S x -'Ye enicvz47U04fa W ,RH 'lu-.4 'T r III N. Jlwu! VIRGINIA LOUISE GARLAND-Clubs: FHAg DOg Library Assistantg Library Awardj Senior Flower Com- mitteeg Home Room 216. MARGARET GERALDINE GODSEY-Teams: Basket ballg Hockeyg Baseballj FHAg Prop Staffg Senior Pen nant Committeeg Home Room IO9. LEONARD GARRETT -Student Council Representativeg Teams: Tennisg Golfg Stage Crewg Home Room IO9. STANLEY GOLDBERG-Junior Varsity Basketball Spanish Clubg Band, Corporal, Lettersg All-State Work shop Bandg Home Room I08. MILTON OBADIAH GARRISON, JR.--Trackg Senior Bandg Home Room II9. WILLIAM C. GWALTNEY, JR. -Nelms' Honor Scroll L-rv gg! Cost of "Arsenic and Old Lace"g Stage Crew, Electrician Thespiansg Beacon and Anchor Photographerg Journal ism Letterg Invitations Committeeg Home Room I2l. Honor Student JEAN GILMAN lll--Student Council Representativeg Baseball Teamg Senior Ring Committeeg Home Room 2l6. ROGERS HAMILTON - Ke Club' Cast of Four Pla s Y I Y , Furniture Staff Headg Stage Managerg Thespians, Presi- dentg Best Thespians Awardg Senior Assembly Commit teeg Home Room 2Ol. 67 an Sfucfied Rs I 9 RAYMOND HANCOCK-Red Cross Representativeg Ushersg Home Room Officesg Home Room IO9. SALLY HENDRICKSON-Teams: Soccerg Basketball, Volleyballg Hockeyg Clubs: FHAQ GAAQ D05 Furniture Staffg Usherg Home Room 309. MARGARET LORETTA HARRIS - Hockey Teamg Make- up Stoffg Home Room 309. ' yyyvdy' 7 9447-"""o 9' . , D JUA' I A Qian esg sm- aun ep? s ntativeg FHA, Pres'd ' Quee .lp r Red C o ' ' Adsi , enior Invi- C , es IO9. If O LJ 2f""'f iw KENNETH HAYNES-Transfer from Binford Junior High Schoolg Now serving in United States Navy. THEODORE HENRY HOFFMAN--Fire Commissionerg Registrarg Teams: Varsity Bosebollg Junior Varsity Foot- bollg Clubs: Keyg Hi-Yg Loting Anchor Co-Editor of Sports Sectiang Senior Chorusg Senior Dance Committeeg Home Room 22I. ROBERT HENDERSON Usher, Home Room IO9. WILLIAM FLOOD HOLLOWAY, JR. -DO Club, Presi- dentg Home Room 309, 68 Nm! Un '7!fws 14 QR RUTH HOPPE Red Cross Representatsve Usher Lrbrary Asssstant Club Vsce Pressdent Lsbrary Asssstont Psns Home Room IO9 LEWIS HUDGINS Junsor Red Cross Representatuve Teams Basketball Track Home Room Offscer Usher Boys Glee Club Stage Crew Home Room 309 ANNE MARIE HOWARD DE Club Pressdent Dele gate to State DE Conventson Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room 309 HENRY L JACKSON Home Room 309 49? GENE HOWELL DO Club Home Room ll9 BARBARA JEAN JARRETT Clubs Latsn Art Illus tratson for Launchsngs Junsor Chorus Usher Offsce As ssstant Co Chasrman Sensor Dance Commsttee Home Room 309 Aj 6 lJ,fv4f'?!f', J A l J f 'l I' W 0 M! l 'X 'L A U92 lj SHIRLEY ANN H ARD Teams Volleyball Base ball Basketball Hockey Captasn Clubs FHA Vsce Pressdent, GAA, Secretary, Props Staff, Lsbrary Asssst ant, Sensor Rsng Commsttee, Home Room lO9 7 s CHARLES CHESTER JETT, JR Sensor Closs Pressdent Executnve Board, Student Councsl, Treasurer, Teams Baseball, Junsor Varssty Football, Clubs Key, Hs Y, Pressdent, Treasurer, Usher, Anchor Co Sports Edstor Sensor Chorus, Home Room 22l 1 1 69 Nm! 144 14 flew!! BETTIE JEANNE JONES-Varsity Basketball, FHA, Public Relations Chairman, Fencing Club, Student In- structor, Quill and Scroll, Head of Advertising Staff, Usher, Beacon Co-Editor, Journalism Letter, Senior Chorus, Senior Ring Committee, Home Room l2l. GWENDOLYN JUNE KELLER-DO Club, Senior As sembly Committee, Home Room 309. VIRGINIA CARTER JONES-Transfer from George Wythe Junior High: Girls' Service Club, Concert Band, Concert Band Letters, Chaplain of Class, NNHS: Stu- dent Council Representative, Clubs: French, Vice-Presi- dent, Latin, Publicity Committee Chairman, Usher, An- chor Co-Editor Senior Section, Senior Color Committee, Chairman, Home Room 22l. Honor Student. BETTY WAITE KELLY-Honor Council, Junior Red Cross, Teams: Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Clubs: GAA, French, Furniture Staff, Faculty Secretary, Nelms' Honor Scroll, Home Room 309. Honor Student. JERRY LEE JOYNES-Senior Chorus, Boys' Quartet, Boys' Glee Club, Shop Officer, Home Room 309. CHARLES EDGAR KERSEY - Home Room Offices Junior Varsity Football, DO Club, Junior Band, Machine Shop, Superintendent, Home Room 309. DOROTHEA MARIE KAUFMAN - Home Room Offices, GAA, Staffs: Props, Furniture, Usher, Anchor Ad Staff, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 309. BILL KEY Vice President of Tenth Grade, Clubs, Spanish, Key, Senior Band, Drum Major, Letters, Home Room l08. Honor Student. 70 JOSEPH ISAAC KINARD JR. DE Club Program and Publicity Chairman' Band' Junior Band Drum Major' Metal Shop Superintendent' Machine Shop Foreman' Senior Color Committee' Home Room 2l6. LINWOOD KRAMER-Teams. Junior Varsity Football Junior Varsity Basketball' Usher' DE Club' Senior Pen nant Committee' Home Room 309. BEVERLY SUE KLINE Clubs Art GAA Spanish Junior Red Cross Chorus Girls Glee Club Chorus Let ter Usher Junior Chorus Senior Dance Committee Home Room 309 Honor Student THOMAS MOORE KUBEL Band Sergeant All State Band Red Cross Representative Home Room lO8 IRENE KOLAS Teams Hockey Tennis Basketball Volleyball Baseball Clubs Art GAA Library Assist ant Letter Home Room II9 ROBERT CALVIN LACY Clubs Science Treasurer French Vice President Typhoon Time Junior Band Senior Band Letter Motto Committee Home Room IO9 PEGGY ANN KOSKINAS Clubs GAA Junior Red Cross FHA Furniture Staff Assistant Head Thespians Usher Head Typist for the Beacon Senior Invitation Committee Home Room l2l IRENE LAMPROS Usher Launchings Illustrator Senior Chorus Girls Glee Club Varsity Cheerleader Senior Dance Committee Home Room 309 Honor Stu dent 7l g . . RITA RAE LANDRETH-Clubs: DO, Treasurer, Latin, Program Committee, Delegate to State Convention, Junior Red Cross, Office Assistant, Senior Flower Com- mittee, Home Room 309. 'M-of 4""" BILL LEGGETTE - Honor Council, Home Room Officer, Teams: Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Letters, Agathon Trophy, Most Outstanding Player, All- Eastern Basketball, All-State, All-Tournament, Co-Cap- tain of State Championship Team, l95l, Home Room I I9. ELINOR RUTH LASSITER-Clubs: Spanish, Library Assistant, GAA, Tennis, Basketball, Secretary, Usher, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 309. fi-1 ELEANOR IRENE LEVINSON-Tennis Team, French ,JJ Club, Make-up Staff, Senior Chorus, Junior Chorus, ' Girls' Glee Club, Senior Ring Committee, Home Room fx 309. l lk .' ,ii - 5, E ' :V I t X -if s , '31 J "i A PRESTON LASSITER-Teams: Football, Honorable ,Q 1' Mention All Tidewater, Letter, Home Room IO9. '-- JEANNETTE LLEWELYN-Clubs: Science, Secretary, Parliamentarian, Latin, DO, Historian, Anchor Ad Staff, Junior Chorus, Home Room 22l. GEORGIA LEAKE-Clubs: GAA, Anchor Ad Staff, Library Assistant, Home Room 309. MARY ELIZABETH LLOYD Teams: Hocke ' Basket Home Room 3 09. 72 - yi . ball, Volleyball, Clubs: GAA, FHA, Journalism Report- er, Library Assistant, Letter, Senior Dance Committee, ii ts, Am! .E DONALD LONG-Teams: Track, Captain, Letterg Ath- letic Councilg Home Room 109. KETURAH MARSHALL-Honor Councilg Home Room Officerg Junior Varsity Cheerleaderj Head Varsity Cheer- leader, Letterg Latin Clubg Furniture Stoffg Head Usher, Letterg Senior Dance Committeeg Home Room 119. DEBBIE JEAN LUCAS-Transfer from High Point Junior High Schoolp Clubs: Lating Junior Dromaticsg Make-up Staffg Senior Chorusg Senior Dance Commit- teeg Home Room 216. EDITH ELIZABETH MASON- Student Body Secretaryg Clubs: Spanishg FHAg Prornpting Headg Make-up Staffg Thespiansg Drama Letterg Usherg Anchor Home Room Co-Editorg Senior Motto Committeeg Home Room 221. EDWIN MARKOFF-Teams. Basketball Manager, Let- terg DE Clubg Senior Bandg Senior Assembly Commit- teeg Home Room 107. BARBARA LORELLA MAYER Teams. Field Ball, Hockeyg Clubs: Junior Red Crossg D05 Property Staffg Beacon Reporterg Junior Chorusj Home Room 109. GEORGE NICK MARKOS-Teams. Junior Varsity Foot- bollg Junior Varsity Basketbollp Hi-Y Club, Treosurerg Usherg Senior Dance Committeeg Home Room 309. BILLY FRANKLIN McKENZlE Teams. Junior Var- sity Footballg Home Room Officerg Head Usherp Shop Officesg Senior Assembly Committeeg Home Room 309. 73 744 Jrwufleaf CATHERINE LEE MELLOR-Home Room Officer: Teams: Hockey: Soccer: Clubs: Latin: Fencing: Prompt- ing Staff: "Typhoon Time": Senior Assembly Commit- tee: Home Room 2I6. ERWIN B. NACHMAN-Home Room Officer: Clubs: Latin: French: Junior Red Cross: Senior Band Sergeant: All-State Band: Band Letter: Senior Dance Committee: Home Room IO7. Honor Student. JUNE ELIZABETH MEREDITH--Clubs: FHA, Secre- tary, President: Peninsula FHA Secretary, President: FHA Letter: Head of Assistant Director Staff: Drama Letter: Thespians, Best Thespian Award: Usher Head of Reserved Seat: Junior Chorus: Faculty Secretary: Senior Assembly Committee: Home Room II9. Honor Student. SAMUEL ASHBY NAFF -Science Club, Lab Assistant for Science Departments: Senior Band: All-State Bond: Home Room l07. MARILYN McNEIL MILLER-Home Room Offices: Teams: Varsity Hockey: Basketball: Clubs: Spanish: Dramatic: Cast of "Stage Door": Furniture Staff: Junior Band: Senior Band Letter: Senior Dance and Bulletin Board Committees: Home Room 2I6. MARY SUE NELSON--Home Room Officer: Varsity Hockey Team: Clubs: Dance: Junior and Senior Dra- matic: Cast of Contest Play: Assistant Director Staff: Ushers Assistant Head Programs: Beacon Reporter: Junior Mixed Chorus: Senior Mixed Chorus: Home Room II9. Honor Student. PAT MORRIS -Junior Red Cross, Home Room Offices, Student Council Representative: Varsity Cheerleader: Usher: Co-Art Editor of Launchings: Junior Band: Senior Assembly Committee: Student Council Dance Commit- tee, Co-Chairman: Home Room IO9. GRACE NEWMAN - Teams. Basketball, Hockey, Clubs. 3 44 GAA: Prompting Staff: Home Room IO9. 74 6 81444 Pemwda, 'RF FLOY LEE NOLF-Transferred from Norview High School: Senior Charusg Glee Club, Pep Clubg May Day, Junior Red Cross, NNHS: Senior Chorusg Home Room 109. MILLICENT PADGETT-Teams: Hockey, Softball, Head Junior Varsity Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Make-up Staff, Anchor Ad Staff, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 119. PEGGY OLIVER-Hockey Team, Clubs: GAA, Tumbl- ing, Furniture Staff, Junior Bandg Senior Band, Junior Chorus, Senior Music Committee, Home Room 109. SHERWOOD PADGETT-Junior Varsity Football, Hi- Y Clubg Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 216. DONNIE OTTOFARO-Teams: Junior Varsity Football, Varsity Football Letter, Track, Metal Shop, Foreman, Superintendentg Home Room 216. ANN COLLINS PARRISH-Costume Staffg Usher, Anchor Ad Staff, Faculty Secretary, Senior Dance Com- mittee, Home Room 221. Q JAMES HALE OVERTON -Junior Varsity Football, K ' Clubs: Key, Hi-Yg Cast of Four Plays, Stage Crew, Thes- - piansg Senior Chorus, Home Room 216. LOUIS ARNOLD PARKER-Junior Varsity Basketball, Junior Varsity Baseball, Metal Shop, Superintendentg Home Room 109. 75 " Scfwol Runga, org MARILYN MAE PARKER -Sophomore Class Secretary, Flagtwirler, Honor Council, Secretary, Chairman, Latin Club, Librarian, Cast ot Four Plays, Thespians, Drama Letter, National Honor Society, Make-up Staff, Nelms' Honor Scroll, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room l23. KENNETH KERMlT PLEMMONS-Clubs: Latin, Hi-Y, Key, Stage Crew, Home Room 309. ROBERT REVERE PEGRAM-Track Manager, Spanish Club, President, Stage Crew, Printshop, Superintendent, Auto Mechanics, Superintendent, Home Room 309. Honor Student. ROBERT EDWARD POGUE-Teams: Football, Co-Cap- tain, Letter, All-State, All-Tidewater, Coaches' All-Star, Baseball, Hi'Y Club, Usher, 'Beacon-on-the-Air", Bea- con Cartoonist, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room l2l, MARY LOUISE PHILLIPS-Teams: Varsity Fieldball, Soccer, Clubs: Latin, Art, GAA, Furniture Staff, Anchor Girl Sports Editor, Art Staff, Writers' Club, Library As- sistant, Senior Flower Committee, Home Room 221. CARLTON BRANCH POWELL-Clubs: Latin, Hi-Y, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Letter, Boys' Glee Club, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room ll9. PEGGY PIETROS--Senior Chorus, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room ll9. ELBERT BLAKESLEE POWELL-Shop Superintendent, Maintenance Foreman, Home Room ll9. 76 ,VX ,x s Eu. 'CZ' Uafminq 9 S3 I BETTY JANE PRILLAMAN-Transfer from Warwick High School: Library Assistant: Letter: FHA: NNHS Clubs: Hockey: Speedball: Fencing: Junior Red Cross, President: Props Stoff: Senior Color Committee: Home Room l I9. SUZANNE ROBERTS-Teoms: Speedboll: Hockey: Soc- cer: Clubs: Lotin: Spanish: Science: Junior Bond: Senior Bond, Letter: Senior Ring Committee, Chairmon: Home Room lO8. Honor Student. MABEL ELEANOR REESE-Teams: Basketball: Hockey: Clubs: French: FHA: DO: Art: Moke-up Stoff: Junior Chorus: Home Room II9. STEWART TENNANT RODGERS- Teoms: Boseboll, Letter: Junior Varsity Football: Track: Junior Red Cross: 1'- Shop Offices: Senior Color Committee: Home Room l l9. KA DONALD BENNETT RlLEY+Ser1ior Band: All-State Band: Home Room 309. PHYLLIS MARIE ROXBURY-Transfer from Worwick High School: Clubs: Librory Assistonts: Home Economics: Qc MSI 1""""1 k www f: - JI L 'ff' Volleyball Teomg NNHS: Clubs: FHA: DOI Senior Flower Committee: Home Room 2l6, JANICE NORMA ROBERTS-Hockey Team, Usher' Junior Bond: Senior Bond, Letter: Home Room lOB. THOMAS CORBETT SAVAGE-Junior Vorsity Basket- ball: Varsity Basketboll, Letters: Senior Band, Letter: Home Room l23. f dlaq8mJ4 VIVIAN ELBERTA SCOTT-Clubs: Y-Teens, DE, Sec- retary, Costume Staff, Beacon Reporter, Office Assist- ant, Home Room II9. ROBERT FRANKLIN SEWARD-Senior Class Treas urer, Junior Class Vice-President, Teams: Junior Var- sity Football, Co-Captain, Letter, Baseball, Clubs: Hi-Y, Key, Anchor, Art Co-Editor, Senior Band, Senior Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Home Room 22l. Honor Student. ROBERT SCULL-Clubs: Latin, Key, DO, Stage Crew, Home Room II9. MAVIS ELNORA SHERMAN - Junior Red Cross, Clubs: DO, FHA, GAA, Art, Usher, Senior Bulletin Board Com- mittee, Home Room II9. AUBREY JACKSON SELBY- Junior Band, Home Room WILLIAM DAVID SHIELDS -Track Team, Clubs: French, Tennis, Anchor, Junior Editor, Junior Band, Senior Band, Letters, Metal Shop Superintendent, Senior Bulletin Board Committee, Home Room II9. JOSIE MCCLAUD SELBY - Transfer from George Wythe Junior High: Girls' Service Club, NNHS: Quill and Scroll, Hockey Team, Latin Club, Usher, Anchor, Business Man- ager, Secretary, Office Assistant, Senior Invitation Com- mittee, Home Room 22I. Honor Student. RALPH SILVER-Junior Varsity Basketball, Baseball Letter, Home Room IO9. 78 Jae All Zwcilimy Peak BETTY LEE SMALLDRIGE-Transfer from John Mar- shall High School, Basketball Team, NNHS: Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 119. NANCY SPANGLER-Teams: Varsity Hockey, Soccer, Make-up Staff, "Beacon-on-the-Air", Foculty Secretary' 1 Student Council Dance Committee, Senior Dance Com- - mittee, Senior Ring Committee, Home Room 119. FLOYD SAUNDERS SMITH-Tronsfer from Clinton High School, NNHS: Cast of "Barretts of Wimpole Street", Assistant Directors Staff, Home Room 216. GLENNA CHRISTINE STANLEY- Student Council Rep- resentative, Library Assistant Club, President, Library Letter and Pin, Furniture Staff, Bulletin Board Commit- tee, Home Room 109. JANICE LEE SMITH-GAA, Letter, Secretory, Make- up Staff, Library Assistant, Senior Color Committee, Home Room 119. DOUGLAS STEELE -Props Stoff, Furniture Staff, Bea- con and Anchor Photographer, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 221. SYLVIA JOAN SORENSON-Home Room Officer, Teams: Basketball, Soccer, Latin Club, Cast of "George Washington Slept Here", Furniture Staff, Usher, Pro- gram Head, Anchor Co-Editor Senior Section, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Letter, Senior Assembly Com- mittee, Home Room 221. JEANNE FRANCES TART-Varsity Hockey, Captain, French Club, Publicity Chairman, Cast of "George Washington Slept Here", Furniture Staff, Prop Staff, Beacon Reporter, Senior Mixed Chorus, Senior Assem- bly Committee, Senior Dance Committee, Student Coun- cil Representative, Home Room 121. 79: 0f'7!w1 Unce fn 14 fzlfelim-e FAY TAYLOR Teams Junsor Varssty Basketball Var ssty Basketball Letter Home Room Offsces Draftsng Record Clerk Home Room 113 BETTY CAMPBELL TERRY Teams Softball Soccer Clubs FHA GAA Costume Staff Usher Junsor Chorus nsor Chorus Home Room II9 PHYLLIS LUCILLE TAYLOR Class Gsftorsan Latsn Club Usher Head of Flagtwsrlers Junsor Chorus Sec retary Electson Offscsal Sensor Dance Commsttee ome Room Offsces Home Room 123 ELEANOR ARCHIBALD THOMAS Teams Basketball Hockey GAA Furnsture Staff Sensor Chorus Home Room 119 Casts of Two Plays Sensor Band Metal Shop Supersn tendent Sensor Rsng Commsttee Home Room 216 MILLARD THOMAS Track Co Captasn Letter Awards Athletsc Councsl DO Club Shop Offsces Home Room 121 SHIRLEY HARDEE TAYLOR Transfer from Warwsck Hugh School FHA NNHS Teams Speedball Hockey FHA Treasurer Costume Staff Make up Staff Sensor Motto Commsttee Home Room 216 IDA LEE THORNHILL Honor Councsl Representatsve DAR Good Cstszenshsp Award Spanssh Club Secretary Natsonal Honor Socsety Cast of Stage Door Furns ture Staff Head Thespsans Secretary Faculty Secre tary Sensor Assembly Commsttee Home Room 119 Honor Student 80 3 , A , 1 ' Q ' ' r Se 4 . , Z , .I . . V H f . I , 1 , I 5 I I I I 1 ROBERT FRANKLIN TAYLOR - Clubs: Fencingg Frenchp Q - : ' : ' - l 1 I - A , A , I 1 q , gxpefzience, scfroaf Q ' BETTY ZOE TILLMAN -Executive Board, Student Body Vice-President, Class Speaker, National Honor So- ciety, Cost of Six Plays, Assistant Directors Staff, Thes- pions, Senior Assembly Committee, Senior Ring Com- mittee, Chairman Student Council School Spirit Commit- tee, Home Room l09, fices, Home Room IO9. ANN TIMBERLAKE-Nelms' Honor Scroll, Student Council Representative, Clubs: Writers', Vice-President, Latin Club, Chairman of Constitution Committee, Ush- ers, General Assistant Head, Anchor Editor, Senior As- sembly Committee, Home Room 22l. Honor Student. S Shop Offices, Home Room 309, GLADYS MARIE TODD-Student Council Representa- tive, Varsity Hockey Team, FHA, Vice-President, GAA, Usher, Senior Invitation Committee, Home Room 2l6. JEAN EVELYN WARD - Teams: Hockey, Softball, GAA, President, Letter, Certificate, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room IO9. NANCY TUCK-Hockey Team, FHA, President, His- torian, Furniture Staff, Usher, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Secretary, Letter, Library Assistant, Office As- sistant, School Service Letter, Senior Pennant Commit- tee, Home Room IO9. RODNEY WARE - Executive Board of Student Council, Home Room Offices, Home Room 309. 8l HERMAN N. VOLHEIN - French Club, Band, Shop Of- HENRY GLASS WALKER - Science Club, Band, Letter, gf F -. iw iv -:r +1z,Wiwrzz.zzw4zWu,.,, x ill NI 'T' Rv, wx , i sw s- 15" 'b is --fx 'U BETTY JUNE WARLlTNER-Student Council, Soccer 6 Team, Clubs: Latin, Science, Writers, Secretary, DO, Vice-President, Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus, Music Let- ter, Senior Bulletin Board Committee, Home Room IO9. JOEL IVAN WERBLOW-Thespians, Cast of George Washington Slept Here", "Arsenic and Old Lace", "Bar- retts of Wimpole Street", and "Stage Door", Drama Let- fa- ter, Furniture Staff, Senior Assembly Committee, Home . ' Room l 09. ' HARRY LOUIS WARLITNER -Junior Varsity Football, ' DO Club, Usher, Senior Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Music Letter, Home Room ll9. WILLIAM NATHANIEL WEBB-Junior Varsity Foot- ball, Typhoon Time, Junior Red Cross, Metal Shop, Superintendent, Home Room 309. . ELWOOD WARREN-Teams: Baseball, Basketball, Track, Home Room l09. MARY LEE WHITE - Transfer from Crewe High School: Honor Roll, Teams: Basketball and Softball, NNHS: Red Cross, Basketball Team, Latin Club, Staffs: Make-up, Assistant Directors, Home Room IO9. Honor Student. THERESA WATSON-Home Room Offices: French Club, Furniture Staff, Usher, Anchor Ad Staff, Library Asistant, Office Assistant, Service Letter, Senior Dance Committee, Home Room 221, RONALD FRANCIS WlLLlAMS-Transfer from Hamp- ton High School: Band, Capella Choir, NNHS: "Typhoon Time", Sports Announcer, DE Club, Cast of: "Hasty Heart", Cast of Contest Play, Anchor Ad Staff, Senior Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Senior Assembly Committee, Home Room 2l6. 82- K N552 :xx if i QQ..- .fr A S Q7 1 Worr x Senior: rqdfiefnllq, 6344- 171951, ARTHUR WILT Junior Varsity Football Junior Chorus Home Room ll9 ROBERT NELSON WRlGHT- Executive Board Student Councilg Usherg Beacong Sports Editorg Editorial Assistantg Co-Editor, Editor-in-Chiefg Journalism Letterg Senior Color Committeeg Home Room l2I. BOBBY WALLACE WIMMER Clubs. Key, French, Senior Band, Lettersg All-State Bandg Home Room lO7. Honor Student. NANCY XIFTROS-Girls' Glee Club: Senior Chorusg Junior Chorusg Office Assistantg Ushersg Home Room JANET CLARE WOLFE-Clubs: Arty Lating Usherg Anchor Staff Co-Art Editor and Co-Home Room Section Editorg Senior Chorusg Girls' Glee Clubg Senior Color Committeej Home Room 22l. JACQUELINE LEE YOUNG-Transfer from Chatta- nooga High School: Spanish Clubg Junior Staff of School Poperg Junior, Senior Dance Committeeg Girls' Service Clubg NNHS: Home Room ll9. GEORGE DONALD WOOD-Teams: Footbollg Track, Lettersg Trackg Footballg Home Room 309. 83 NOT PICTURED Harry Morries Bowles Jerry Cecil Pealor Joseph Roy Pergan Richard Oliver Seoy Vernon Radcliffe Tappan George Nick Theopilos 7lae Paam, am! Ga nl' ON THEIR way to have one of the big- gest evenings of their Iives, these two seniors are off to their own prom, a just reward for five years of work, Q' CATCHINC HIS FISH the easy way is Rogers Hamil ton. This fishing booth was only one of the many at tractions offered at the Senior "County Fair" dance, the proceeds of which went to the prom fund. 84 ROYALTY'S not immune to the mumps. Senior Monarch, Seward, is here caught pleasant pose as he co his misfortune. - Mx, M in an un- , ' NSN f'I'?f5, I 'X XIX . 754 Samoa eafz Glam NO YANKEES In my house shouts Rogers Hamnlton as he and hns classmates rehearse The Last Straw one of the three Sensor plays presented on class nlght is ,JR X1 THE PURTIEST gal I ever saw Betty Tnllman and Anne Ducken son as they appeared nn Sensor Assembly THAT LAST mnnute rush ns typ: fled by the Sensor speakers as they make tanal preparation tor thenr commencement speeches. fmmq A144 7am Place V ACTIVITIES Charles Becker Elaine Diomonstem ommeeqzzwe ,. ,iwv fs. X11 vi Q .asain Q Q 1 M , xv". 5. 92' :nf . 'Y :M 'rf .. Q, wfzxsk -.va ev.. .Q AX?-qw Self-Q' 94 Pai EXECUTIVE BOARD: Miss Ethel Gildersleeve, adviser, Bobby Wright, Carl Jett, treasurer, Betty Tillman, vice presillent, T Frank, president, ,lane Peirce, secretary, Helen Coussoulos, Lois Willifordg Gablme Garrett, Teddy Farrar, THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS STUDENT COUNCIL COMMITTEE heads, Ronnie Jenkins, kneeling, Ted Hoffman, Claude Bartield, Martha Robeson, Pat Mor- ris, .lonzennie Mewborne, and Nancy Spangler, get together to exchange some ot the problems and ideas that have can- tronted them during the year, These com- mittees have sponsored and publicized mouse assembly, honor week, Clean-up cam- paigns, dances, and other school projects. n.....- EARLY EVERY MONDAY morning the ex ecutive board ot the student council me to discuss and decide on ways to impri our school. Here student wishes are voic by their representatives and the bo makes every effort to carry out these in ac cordance with faculty regulations 88 pwclical Wu nf, ' R Xa A WORLD experiencing the aftermath ot a terrible war tottering on the verge ot another, it is indeed hearten- to know that the students at Newport News High School the importance of upholding all that is just, and truthful. honor system at Newport News High School has suc- Ily been carried on throughout the nineteen years its existence. This could not have been accomplished lout forethought, hard work, and perseverance on the art of the students. he establishment ot an honor code and the changes, hrough the vears, in the code, is ample proof ot the way he students in our school have worked to uphold this onor system. very student, directly or indirectly, has a place in the onor system. It was established by the students and for he students. Today, each pupil can proudly proclaim, Within these halls ot Newport News High School, I walk ith honor." 89 COUNCIL: Seated: lda Lee Thornhill, Betty Waite Kelley, Marilyn Parker, chairman, Barbara Peach, Nancy Bigger Bar Underwood. Standing: Tommy Keesee, Mr. J. C. Range, sponsor, Ralph Whitley, MARILYN PARKER AND MR. J. C. RANGE 7!l40l4?!1- 0101- ' ' xxx. -w.:,. v ,J5 -swf f BEACON STAFF: Seated: Rosalie Boyd, Judy Marks, Jean Tappan, Kent Puckett, and Bob Pogue. Standing: Gene Wolfley, Joan Saunders, Gloria Kratzsch, Elizobeth Turnage, Janice Harcum, Irwin Victor, Peggy Koskinas. AFTER THE BEACON has been "put to bed," the back issues. This staff publishes the bi-weekly staff takes time out to relax and read a few of the Newport News High School paper, Editors consult adviser as they criticize a recent copy of The Beacon. '14 "ITIS TYPHOON TIME," is the echo often heard from the recording booth, Every week the school radio show "' - "' """"U" "U", is broadcast from a local station. 9l n nib: P HERE ARE the little songbirds conducted by Miss Eleanor Sherman. They rehearse three mornings a week and come up with top-notch perform- ances at the annual musical festival, The junior songsters have added to their ranks two new accompanists, Myra Coodson and Myra Lucile Jones. row: Mary Jane Meadows, Ann Morris, Glenda Pickle, Evelyn Vetros, Mary Ann Sherman, Dolores Markham, Charolette Hor- Shelby Jean Rapland, Patricia Price. Ripley, Catherine Coe. Stein, Ann Scott, Boswell. row: Joan Lenheart, Myra Everette, Kimberly Person, Myra Goodson, Barbara Goodrich, Barbara White, Barbara Fowler, row: Barbara Underwood, Myra Jones, Marilyn Aronow, Marian Fleenor, Fritts White, Jo Ann Christie, Vickey Chadwell, row: James Horton, Donald Morgan, Robert Campbell, Richard Cooke, George Themedes, Raymond Duke, Donald Volhein, row: Willard Weaver, Robert Bryant, William Harris, Thomas Lindsay, Charles Houseman, Vernon Brinkley, William Glover. Beecroft, Shirley Oliver, Shirley Nlelton, row: Darlene Mitchell, Karen Smith, Mary Alice Price, Ana Rae Grovener, Dora Williams, Katie Morris, Margaret Schweido, rawg Jackie Dobbs, Barbara Rough, June Allen, Felicia Weinhold, Mary Davis Howard, Janet Lewis, Barbara Reynolds, Jane row: Barbara Ballard, Patricia Beatty, Sherry Crossley, Ada Kelly. 93 mm nz fwzzi E N ALL SET FOR on evening of good music is the Newport News High School senior bond. Dressed in their srnort blue ond gold uniforms ond led by their conductor Mr. Elmer Cogon, they ore woit- ing to give the onnuol winter concert. This yeor the bond porticipoted in the district contest where they won top roting. For identification see page 43 BAND SWEETHEART Pl-IYLLIS TAYLOR 'T 'Wray vqae P 'I I E5 5 f I MUSICIANS I , x. SENIOR STRUTTERS Pottle Parker Phyllus Taylor Morulyn Parker cmd Beverly Zegopulous sw, me exam me face al, Q4 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Front row Jonzennue Mewborne Kay Marshall head Pat Moms Jean Roberts Back row Carolxne Crutcher Joyce Fenton Poulnne Rouvalus Mlllne Padgett Not pnctured Renee Lampros Salma! Qhemleacfwu THESE PEPPY Musses are the varsity cheerleaders who have urged our school on In support of our fughtung boys all year long Here the photographer caught them resting for a moment T.. THE PUT wand In the breezes speak ang of course of the lunuor varsnty cheerleaders who have backed our baby Typhoons not only an football but also an basketball JAYVEE CHEERLEADERS Flrst row Mona Webb Rose Marne Janes Second row Haddon French Bowen Rosemary Joyner head Shurley Holland Third row Darlene Mitchell Dorls Harpune 97 3 as E Va Q I ' I .v " I A -,Z T T' E l G I 1 li 'V' A , , I E I '7fVLow7fz rqofinq ancffb' K 'Q "I DINNA ACCEPT gifts," says Lachie, a dying Scot to his ward mates and nurse, who are giving him birthday presents in an attempt to be friend- ly. His bad temper and gradual acceptance of his new found friends compromised the welI-de- signed plot of the fall play, "The Hasty Heart." FlNAl.LY RECONCILED to his friends but realiz- ing his inevitable death, Lachie agrees to pose for some group pictures. It is on this bittersweet note that the play closes. rqdfpuung, Quang, fbaamaifadiii 99 STOP FOUL FIEND youll slay the hero screams Melody Truelove the heroine of the spring play to Sebastian Hardacre the v e vi lain. Because Our Hearts Are Pure is a model of an old-fashioned melodrama played in many scenes with scant scenery. SINGING NO? NOl A Thousand Times N , Patience Pureheart defends herself against the villain, The spring play was not only a refreshing change in high school drama, but also intro- duced an unusual innovation in the form of audience participation, Acqummd ACTORS ALONE do not make a ploy They must Parker head of make up Ann Lee Cay costume be dsrected costumed and equipped with the neces head and Myrtland Henderson head ot the prop sary props To carry on these duties are Pattle erty staff PLANS FOR the stagnng of all shows are made and executed by the stage crew Thus undustruous group of boys not only handle the productnon and llghtlng of all school theatrlcals but also do work for many outside organlzatlons Worklng on the sprung play are Donald Eason Larry Crum Preston Faulk Rogers Hamilton Nelson Stall and Jerry Hogge 100 a ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 4mZ!1e '7!wazfm BALCONY First row: Bobby Schweida, Richard Pulsifer. Second row: Billy Krause, Lon Heidler. Third row: Lewis Ensby, Terry Futrell. DRESSED IN their fashionable gowns the girl ushers are always waiting to guide theater-goers to their seats, with a friendly smile and a wish that they will enjoy the event of the eve- ning. Prepared to usher for this particular performance are Sylvia Sorenson, June Meredith, .lonzennie Mewborne, Kay Marshall, Ann Timberlake. HERE ARE the masculine counterparts of those lovely girl ush- ers. These boys are always on hand to assist the girls and give any information needed. INC HARD, also, to make plays a success son, head prompter, Elaine Diamonstein, furniture Darling Anderson, student director, Edith Ma- staff head. lOl 7amaf1Jzawi Qiuic Zyofzkefzd Scatedi E Burcher, R. Mosby, R. Seward, S. Barham, T. Chappell R Penn V Early B Sterling C Bart elrl J O' ll Standing: C Jett, T. Hoffman, B. Key, T, Morrison, Mr. Leslie Babbitt sponsor B Dick T Chapman PERHAPS THESE are future mayors and city coun- cilmen, but at the moment they are Key Clubbers enjoying a movie which is providing an entertain- ing break in their busy schedules Delegates ate 4----i f 102 Mae 7wunecf 7aJa4f T355 -A. P 'X SENIOR Y TEENS Front row Elba Munoz Ann Lee Gay Betty Sums Carolyn Shockley buck row lnnum Muller Carolyn Beaulieu Darllna Anderson JUNIOR YTEENS Fnrst row Sher: dan Paclaett Joan Cabanuss Myra Cuooclson June Chrtstlc Louise Thorn Kitty Dickens Second row Shelby Lewus Frances Lee Thomas Kathlecn Pennnnqton Thlrd row Vlcky Chaclwcll Karen Smxth Rosalne Larrlmore Fourth row Loss Wullltord Lewana Crockctt Marlon Fleenor Frtth row lna Ray Gravenor Margo ret Shreeves Betty Walker Sixth row Barbara Shocklcy Markham Sue Hart Seventh row Catherune Coe Beatty Shrrley Wilson Patrncla Ral Ilns Kam Ferson Dolores Patrucla HIC-HLICJHTINC the OCTIVITILS of the Junnor Y Teens tor thus year was a program presented during YWCA week 10? IN COOPERATION wlth the YWCA the Sensor Y Teens sponsored a New port News and Warwick square dance a spaghettn dnnner pagama partles and a campangn to pro vide Easter baskets for needy tamrlues ' "- A-' 2 ,X .. .C .N I Qt- wt 1 ........... ,C X ,4. We Qi Y' Q 1 ,ck Il K - r T l - lr T Y Y - G ' , I . E 1 1 A' ' E Y I I I 1 1 . V , , . 1 F . s , 1 , , K . . . f , - f , , . . E V X 3 -I - Y b I .Fl X X , . . V . E , V , , . ' f an X Y , . . , Y ' , . - , , , 4 , , . . . . V , , ,O . . X . . V V i B , , , . 64 I - H 3 l . D 1 - S' ways r "VlVE LES Etats-Unis" is the slogan of these French Club members. After having completed one semester of French, new members are admitted to the club where they learn more about the French language and customs through skits, songs, and social ac- tivities. Kneeling: Mrs. Graf, sponsor, Rita Bromberg, Darling Anderson, Virginia Jones. First row: Patsy Kelley, Nancy Forehand, Lo- retta Scull, Janet Joyner, Moonyeen Warren, Jeanne Winstead, Doralie Siegel, Faye Epstein, Jo Ann Astor, Betty Jean Smith, Charles Becker, Second row: Thomas Chapman, Barbara Shock- ley, Kemberly Ferson, Robert Lacy, Nancy Mor- ris, Carol Nisnick, Rona Fisher, Melvin Miller. HAVING INCREASED their knowledge of Spanish customs and habits, these members of the Spanish Club would feel very much at ease in any Mexi- can town. Kneeling: E. Stein, C. Wiener, T. Chapman, E. Turnage, M. Arinon, E. Banks, R, Harlon. Standing: T. Lindsey, R. Mosby, J. Brown, R. Caplan, G. Wolf- ley, F. Conn, B. Allen, M. Sisson, E. Marshall, K. Daniels, M. Caplan, D. Becouvarokis, R. Rabinawitz, E. Munos. THOUGH NOT in Rome, Latin Club members often attending the annual Roman Banquet, they are act as if they were. By playing Roman games and to appreciate more fully the life of the ancients. Kneeling: D. Higginbotham, J. Diamant, A. Payne, B. Asher, R. Mosby, G. Burcher, W, Leyland, Standing: C. Shockley, P. Wornom, S. Stockton, J. Mewborne, V. Jones, C, Crutcher Miss Free, sponsor, M. Robeson, J. J, Poslik M. Henderson, B. Patterson, F. Hull, M. Revere, M, Dick, K. Craig, G. Crowder, A. von Doenhoff, B. Drucker, A. . I I Thomas, D. Johnston, G. Garrett, J. Crickenberger, F. Raine, L. Perkins, G. Kratzsch, N. Baker, C. Pa same, V. Bryant, A. J, Wolfe. hu! FUTURE HOMEMAKERS "LET'S HAVE a cup of tea," says Mana Webb, Mary Ann Michie, Joyce Vanni, Edith Hester, and Shirley Hubbard, of- ficers of the Future Homemakers of America Club, as they make plans for the annual spring fashion show. This project and the Christmas Snowball are s ecial activities s ansored b the FHA l-7 P Y Club. FUTURE SCIENTISTS IN THE MIDST of a discussion on the vital scientific facts of the day are the members of the science club. In order to be admitted into this organization one must have demonstrated a real interest in science and a desire to work. . . NO, NOT the "Bookworm Club"' They ore the librory os- sistonts who ore the moinsfoys of our librory. These girls hon- dle incoming ond outgoing books ond ossist in keeping the records in good order. Oothered here ore: Seotecli Alice Bloyton, Irene Kolos, Noncy Tuck, Glenna Stonley. Stontlinqz Ruth Hoppe, Ann Dicken- son, Mory Lou Phillips, Mory Lloyd, Eusie Scoggin, Thereso Wotson, Shir- ley Hubbord. 5, E, W. xv XJ HANDLING voried duties the moin office is good experi ence for the members of Office Assistonts Club, I student who serves in the of outomoticolly becomes o m ber of the club. Busily ployed here ore: fice during his free per 1 f Seotedi Mortho Robeson, Peggy ln mon, Delores Johnson, First row stonding: Josie Selliy, l Sims, Noncy Tuck, Shirley White, toinette Themirles, Elizolneth Do port, Solly Evons, Thereso Wot-yon Second row stoncllng: Dorothy T Helen Hester, Borlioro Fox, Bor Jorrett. OFFSPRINC of The porent gonizotion, the Junior Cross porticipofed in o grom of enterfoinment for Old Soldiers' Home. Kneeling: Sydney Deoring, Alice Price, Borhoro Drucker, Lee McAlwee, Glorio Krotzsch, Alice Revere, Frono Conn, vidson, Joon Colnoniss .lonicc Kal Jeon Ann Monsfield, Betty B Jo Ann Hoycroft, Morgoret Shr Doris Bowden, Miss McCohill, od' First row: Poul Sleionnon, Virginio l I e Second row: Joe Buxton, Mory Weover, Williom Doyis, Borlnoro sey, Russell Rowe, Georgio Pr Morne Wolker, Corel Woorlworil Spaalfa Nw 404 Nfl, VI SPORTS Ted Hoffmann Carl Jett Mary Lou Phillips X A ' BBWTEWM 53? -W' Qawmeaw EiS?+zx:'51 ' gm! R X2 Ewa ,V -jfg Q 4 ...Sr rin "' f 'Qi' . .w-..?LK V ..j,,, 1- E5 Sf: P3 ii 5 4: Q . Q!S'? S 15X ex , 'Y , . Rough am! Rwfqecf I BACK COACH PETE SAC!-ION MANAGER END TACKLE GUARD Troy Chappell Bobby Sicrling Tommy Frank Frm! Chraxtnc IIO Runnin' Jcnkmx 71pj1-004, Que! 516114 BACK Leo Fitchett I BACK Billy Begor BACK CO-CAPTAINS BOBBY POGUE AND BOBBY TAYLOR Bob Conley CENTER GUARD TACKLE END Larry Armstrong Donald Harvey Preston Lossitor Bobby Poguc Ill Balllfecf Jfzwziaud Coach Jack Powers' Breezes i building themselves into T phoons who will tight tor ' NNHS Cold and Blue in tuti years. This year the Baby Ty phoons, led by Co-captains Da Joye and Mac Langston, succc fully overcame their oppone showing the sarne kind of deter mination which the senior gi sters displayed as pictured below HopeweII's State Champs proved one touchdown better, although the Typhoons fought bravely. Warwick may have the best ot Newport here, but later on in the game the Typhoons whipped up three touchdowns to defeat the Farmers 23 to O. This Crabber, on his way tor a touchdown, helped hand Newport its third and worst deteat ot the sea- son ai' the "Turkey Day Classic." wwmeggf r ' at Seafian ws' ,A A TYPHOON TALE The Typhoon gridsters of Newport News made l95l a banner year as far as playing fine football goes, The split "T," introduced the previous year by Heach Coach Pete Sachon, provided blue and gold fans with the wide open kind of football that thrills every crowd, Anytime during a game one would look for Ronnie Jenkins to break away on a seventy yard gallop or for All-Stater Bobby Pogue to latch onto a touchdown pass from Quarterback Bob Con- ley. Another reason for the team's success was the sterling defensive game that the Typhoon played. Up until the disastrous Thanks- iving game with Hampton, the stout Typhoon line had held all to an average of approximately 5.8 points per game. Marvin Mitchell made a frequent habit of knifing through opposition's line and breaking up plays before they could get way. two factors plus tremendous team spirit, accounted for well earned victories and three defeats of which no one was ommy Frank, Ronnie Jenkins, and Marvin Mitchell capped the ison's top laurels. The Julian Cordon Trophy and the Peninsula Club Certificates for the best back and lineman went to three boys, respectively. First row: D. Ottofaro, Leggette, Frank, Taylor, Pogue, Begor, Wcod, Castelow. Second row: Dale, Floyd, London, Milner, Jenkins Underwood, Sterling, Lassiter. Third rowl Conley, F. Ottofaro, Whitley, Purdy, Armstrong, Harvey, Mitchell. Fourth row: Head Mgr Christie, Krause, Firchett, Crockett Mgr. Pulsifer. Fifth row: Coach Powers, Head Coach Sachon, Coach Range. TYPHOON TUSSLES Baltimore City College O NN Hopewell l3 NN Danville 2 NN Lynchburg 6 NN Maury O NN Wilson 6 NN Warwick 0 NN Norview l3 NN Granby l8 NN Hampton 48 NN 144 Me '74fpl1.aan Qainlel' GUARD FORWARD CENTER Bob Conley Ball Leggette Fay Taylor Coach Julue Conn gnves team captam Bull Castelow a few words of advice before the team begms another game Captam Caste hlghest grade of teamwork durmg thus year s season They fought long and hard and as a reward took the State Champ tutle for a second year low and the Newport Five displayed the ll4 wand Q1 ' gem, CENTER FORWARD GUARD Cecil Underwood Buddy Ballard Bill Castelow THE FIGHT OF FIVE The NNHS basketball five whirled through a l5 wins, 3 losses season which they proudly crowned by winning the state title for their second successive year. Peppy Buddy Ballard displayed his unending energy and he and Captain Bill Castelow walked off with the trophies for the seoson's best defensive players. Bob Conley took double honors by being elected Captain of the '53 squad, and also by taking the most-valuable-player trophy. The team motto, "All for One and One for All," was the big incentive which inspired the team to play those fast and thrilling games. The real secret of success, however, was the top flight team work and spirit which were real driving forces be- hind a triumphant season. ll5 QUINTET VICTORIES South Norfolk Maury Norview Wilson Warwick Hampton Cradock Granby Norview Maury South Norfolk Wilson Warwick Granby Hampton Duke lJ.V.l Cradock Wilson lplayoff for Eastern District title? L-we xr m --L 0a Me QVGILCZHIOOJ 1- - Frrst Row B Conley B Leggette C Underwood B Castelow B Ballard F Taylor Second how Coach Powers D Brandt R Whltley T Savage B Sterlnng C Wrrght Mgr L Crum Head Coach Conn Frrst Row H Sumpson J Nelson R Langston K Joyner M Bass M Marcella M Langston L Whnteman Second Row Coach Range McShane Muzelle B Schwenda Roberson Rowe F Buck R Rabrn owltz Leland Mgr R Balso H7 The 52 season saw the Vees battle through a suxteen game season wrth only three losses Fnght and spnrvt was outstandnng mark at the Inttle Typoons and we may be sure that they wall be the future varsity stars ' 7 ' ' r 5 , I , K . . , . I Newport News Jay- I ' 1 1 A ' - Ja! the '7uu '7ea-m Wlllz THAT NIGHT SAW the unseoted Typhoons bottle to o 53-39 win over fourth ceded John Morsholl High School of Richmond, Virginia. Following this victory, the semi-finals on the second night found the Conn-men poired with Thomas Jeffer- son of Richmond, This gome resulted in o 50-49 victory for Newport. ll8 'Wzal' rqqam Ewayfrl Jfame Zfme Gaauuz ON MARCH I5 nn Roanoke Vnrgunla the battlnng Ty phoons capped the State Crown for the second year The locals dusplayed the same fighting form which gave them the previous season s vlctory From the opening of the tournament the Typhoons were bound for glory and true to farm they came through three tough games to an ul tumate and decusuve victory H9 THE CLIMAX was reached on the last nnght of the tournament Coach Julne Conn demonstrated has usual excntable temperament by shoutung and urgmg has boys on to defeat Arlungton 55 to 37 I X S - . . , gli ' X Y, Q4 Q R X 5 it A .Q w J ,x - -X -it Q Q xx "x i' V Kfw ,. . ' V . U4 X , wr by N . . . . . . - Y rl 2 1 1 1 - . Vt , - , T ts W- W ff l . , . . 1 I I I S mee: ay amz Um vmf, Mm Frrst low Conn Weymouth Broadwater Long Thomas Sawyer Marshall Warren Wood Plummer Sccoml Row Odell Carson Jenkrns Key l-lrnnant Roberts Crockett Pogue Thrrd Row Whrtlcy McCausely Shrelds MacAfee Morgan Jones Frank Fturth Row Taylor Davrs J Brown Murray Payne C Brown Slaydon Goode Frfth Row Mgr Woltley Walker Nesbrt Falk Morrison Sterllng Mgr Ke-arnen Coach lulrt Conn Co Captarns Donald Long and Mullard Thomas Coach Louus Plummer Typhoon Tracksters paved therr road wrth good records durrng the past season Re tarnrng the Eastern Drstrrct Champron shrp they entered the Penn relays under the frne sportsmanshrp of Thomas Wey mouth and the relay team Saunders Stadlum saw Donald Long make and break records for the pole vault and the hugh jump events Long also smashed the state pole vault hugh by crossrng the bar at l2 feet 6311 Inches Mrllard Thomas added spark and team sprrrt to the boys and a general cooper atlve attrtude and team loyalty helped make thrs year a successful one for the tracksters South Norfolk 5 Granby V2 59l 2 Hampton Trdewater Wilson 27 2 Maury Eastern Drstrrct Wrlson 2 3 43 3 4 E s hu.. ,tn 11",.9l4 'mg gawk, 'MG J K' 4-.sg In compctltlon at the Tidewater Track meet Don There goes Donald Long taking another first place old Long sets a new hugh record IH the pole vault This tnme It was for the broad lump Out un front an the mule race us Tommy Weymouth With a mxghty heave Glenn Crockett hurls the dns who placed third In this event Cas to grve Newport News a third place ratang an this section of the track meet 121 rl'- -os YI ,,, J ' n I Wm" "'s' N'-WM., ,az K . 'll l ov 3 . , t 'A X f ek- - .., J tx:- , f - - " 'Q 1 ft -.L ,,. ' K 'k 'X 4 N ' 't k " ' .JR , .- ' 1 , "M i -ww h 'b g. "F K .Q 'if' ' Q . - -v A 1 ""-fm tt. 'Q , L X' N-,,, -7-' lfgfp ' ,, MG, -r V . , Q-tm.-K' ,C ' aYIII3s.-,:.,., ,II-I I, II I .I I ' I I-'. N I .1 -Z II- KI I' I I 7 IIJI,-. I'-nf I rj ' K, 'I ' 4, . I-X ,, IIN A. t rs I I t . I x I . Q . . . ' ,Q Qt M Q, " Q . w .4 . . " asa II . ' 5' A K x , 34: Q . 5 . 9 , I. I, I I, P , ... - . , s 4 - L. H 'fry ' o W r 5 Q s -M or ff .. .s X " -. - 'w.,.,.I3 Tr K -- - 'M ' 5? ' - . . , . - 'X , , I , , I I I - 7fne Baaeiall 7mm Jkt A Flrst Row Ted Hoffman Leonard Phlegor Eugene Hedrick Bull Columbla Alvun Norman .leon Gllman Second Raw Wallace Bass Donald Harvey John Smuth Ronnie Stallungs Cary Grant Stewart Rodgers Bob Conley Thlrd Row Joe Wlse Franklin Smnth Phll Wheeler Leroy Whuteman Cecil Underwood Leo Futchett Randolph Dale Carl Jett Coach Powers Coach Robunson Davld Joye ALTHOUGH THE Typhoon nlne had some tough breaks at the opening of the season they successfully overcame them to fught on to a fine season Pitcher Bob Conley hurt his arm durung the open Ing game and the Newport team had an Insecure nnfueld for the fnrst few games challenge to the team and by mud season the boys were gonng strong Randolph Dale dusplayed the fnghtung en ergy whnch typufued the whole team dur :ng the opening game wnth Smuthfneld whlch brought a l7 to 3 victory for New port Throughout the season the boys played as a team and although there were out standing players such as Bob Conley Cary Grant Stewart Rodgers and Ran dolph Dale the most dnstlngunshnng fea ture about thus year s team was the unit of splrnt whuch they exhlbuted at all tumes COACHES JACK POWERS AND PETE ROBINSON CAPTAIN RANDOLPH DALE 122 , . l , . .9 . S - N ' e ', l " f . . , , ' W ' However, these obstacles only provided a ,A-, AN ' S Ziff . g - l , , I - me fbfuae '70 Smwu WITH PITCHES like this, Bob Conley proved to be on important mon on the Typhoon squod this seoson. J X tx 1'--7 F' C bLAMMINC Cecil Underwood" prepores to hit o home run. 123 "CATCH THAT Hy, Corl Jett." Outfield oction such cis this produced excitement for the fons. .- if S' fy 4. lv - f i Lfxj -x Q, 3 .3 W. Qeyvf ' ,W-f' . wk W Q ja ,X L .X Jlcwe 'Wren efnance an lfze Siege xc- g, m 127 Ns A GYM SHOW wos lnltlofed thus yecr by the gurls gym de portrnent Enhtled Bug Top the show hod o curcus theme Included were dance routunes both group ond solo ocrobotlc exhlblhons ond novelty nurn bers Since the show wos so well received It ns hoped thot the event wnll become on on nuol one n , , r. I A, . . Kg V n 'B k 1, t . ,W H-K S ' ' W l . V I , Y wg., Nggz- J: sg Q , .WAX ...ap A , rx hr: Q k 1 , l M' v N 7 iv -. . l l l P. L . . . l ' .T ' ' 1 - . I ' I I ' I I ' ' I I 7 0 ,L 1 I a ' ' ' ' I - 1 2 If 1 -, X - 7 . - Y A K ' :Jim K f , , K 33, 'lcv i lx- ll A . I i Us Menwaiea of a .fflfefime VII SCHOOL LIFE Sondra Erlach I s I ---A ni S' I I s 'lf . C lb. 54 I I Ig v in QN.,w. ,A .I N4 '59 144 We Znjcuf Knowing "FOR HEALTH'S SAKEH is the motto of the New- port News High School coteterio. These students ore purchosing one of the mony oppetizing lunches served here doily. X ,iii DISCUSSINC LAST NICHT'S gome, or just top in generol, these students gother in the holls o bull session which hos become o vitol port of school scene, Fil on ou1 we noon E A f' A no E X 3 ann ur vous N non: noon NNHS OBSERVED Cleon-up Week this yeor in ore ONE OE THE most importont rooms in the der to keep our school neoter. As port of this drive is the librory. Here more thon 400 students o the student council sponsored o cleon-up poster enjoy focilities for reoding, reference, or just contest, ing , l3O ,404 www, mm mmm COUNTRY CIRLSP No' These are just our varsity cheerleaders pertormzng one ot thenr stunts at the pep assembly tor the Warwick game I SPEAK FOR democracy says David Falk a contestant In the annual oratorncal contest which was held just after Chrustmas thus year THESE if law, 'SYS' PRETTY charnbermands are hangung clean Words campangn held by the student councul to words on the lnne as a part ot the Watch Your promote better speech lil I I I l ' . F xi' , A -AA . ." I . T A 1- ' - ,--- -Q . 1 " , .. . . 5 , r J 4 . R Q' ' Q ' 'U 'ii Q ,lg ' -ff 2 I I Q- . Q - E U im Q ' .4- II ll ' , , I I kt X do -' T , X x T N F., as R ik , fs , , E f.,-gr 1.-,ww ' w Q - M.. L1 E lu-"Lv ,, Q A . . . , ,, . . . H 144 We 40411: aaiencblrfzlpfi, cnc! FULL OF LIFE are these guest cheerleaders who lead the student body in several yells at the Hampton pep assembly. 'L ' 'M,i'W "YOU'RE TOO KIND, Sir," says this lovely lady to her handsome escort at the Masque- rade Ball held in October. iw SANTA WISHES a Merry Christmas to all as DAISY MAE and Li'l Abner in the persons of he goes back up the chimney at the annual two of our high school students dropped in on Christmas assembly held at Christmas. the Masquerade Boll, l32 144 We are aan VISIONS OF CHRISTMAS gnfts dance In these gurls heads as they rash to see what Santa has loft them during the Chrnstmas assembly B NATURAL B fruendly was the slogan ot this year s friendly Typhoon week Thus cam pangn ns held annually to promote better re lations not only among the students but among the nenghborlng schools sw '9 LET S CRUSH the Crabbers IS the energetnc cry of these othletuc young ladies as they perform o slut at the Hampton pep assembly the rung WITH A BIC s me a d a lnvely step these gurls make thenr try for a place on the sensor assembly pro gram l33 - l N A K, T T il THE PROUD emblem of Q Sensor, ' as 9.-T SN 1. 'L' ff' N l - m'l n A 'CX' X V 'Q A Q , I , 4 . Q q '- - S 9 . I Q 144 Zoe!! 144 Me Wmk of I CAME UP an English but says Barbara Dulung as she and Ronnue Wnlhams examune their report cards AFTER FIVE long years thus sensor flnally recelves her pennant 55, :WI if WITH JUNE comes exarnmatuon fume and worries for students and teachers I34 I 11 ' ' 11 - - . A .bfi I 1 X-y . x I --e , X ji 'fy 'V A . - if I ,, 5 In , f , K bf 4 , gs ' K E I I 'f' ,- I 4 1 I I .X A M 34' 4Q . LQ V A I, V Q I Jdswzfye 3 'Rn HOPINC THAT the best man may wln the candidates for school ottnces gather an the hall yust before maklng campaugn speeches THE RIGHT to vote ns ex ercused by all students This gurl checks the last to be sure she has packed the best can drdates HERE ARE the victors' Elect ed by a popular vote to lead n xt years student govern ment are Larry Armstrong presudent Ronald Jenkuns vice presndent and Nancy Morris secretary YN' n o . A L :. ss . 5 xy .x ,L M , .. - p c, -I f , l 4 ' f X 1 .E g 3 f - l - - . X' ' , . . ' 1 . 2 V . r - ,Cry 5 -is kk gxk,.s,Q - K xx.: 1 ' A A ' . E .6 ff. ,. ' ' We c - xffgiig' I tx .. 5 . ' I k fa H V ' t:,,,.5:Q M K H - , wg , .I gf 5? e c A I X'N ' 3 - c 1 -' A 7 I I We - I . J K , . I l 3 '3 ww ,aw Same of zz, -mm, 'J Z f AT ASSEMBLY the whole school gets together to en loy dnscussuons and formal programs THIS IS THE way we start our dav The special bus which arrlves gust before the late bell each marhmg as a famuluar sught 44 l36 7561 We iqfwayd at AND THEN Aeneas landed nn Rome says Francls Hull as he explains a part of the Latin exhlblt held In April dur Ing Latin week HE THAT LOADS ms Homzsrv HAS Norma ELSE To LIKE. 137 NOT A stltch wall be dropped by these expert knltters who are follownng the fad of knnt tang socks for their fathers and boy fruends WKWQQX 1 A MOCK presidential electuon was conducted by government students during the sprung semester Eemian! With :fha Buamau 7004162 vm ADVERTISING Shirley Boldridge Josie Selby 133 3146 ff. T. li - w at ,bg alumni Joyce Flege czffcons Sproull Johnson Dr and Mrs Jack D Fisher Mrs H K Paul Charles E Drummond and Mrs Charles E Drummond Louis E Drummond Susuc V Floyd Mr and Mrs L E Sherman M G Willey Miss Anna Belle Watts Mlss Vurgunua Studman Kenneth Craug Muss Jean Chamblass Mrs Sol Levlnson O71 and an Mrs Mrs Mrs Richard R and Mrs and Mrs Ben Becker Charles C Jett Charles Tynan Goldberg H J Kaufman F B Bar m Miss Fmulue Holladay Mr and Mrs Claude Barfleld F W Woolworth C Muss Patsy Dale Mr and Mrs D M Frank Mus Dorothy M Crane Mr and Mrs D L Keler Mrs Dorothy Peg rarn Mr and Mrs W F Peach Kenneth Haynes Mrs Helen T Brownung Mrs E Blake Cameron Mrs Jack Georgalas Bernard L Llpman and Mrs Bruce P Parker Bully Duck Rev and Mrs H B Johnson and Mrs Ben Epstein Mrs Wnlluam M Drck Mrs Marporle V Burton Mrs Ralph G Newsome Mrs Jesse C Jones Mass Beverly Tumberlake Mr and Mrs John Wnley J E B Mewborne Mrs J Robe and Mrs Allen Rome Mrs M L Slsson Mrs M von Schllllng J Corndr W R Crutcher Mr E J Robeson Mrs W S Parker Mrs C L Harcum Mr and Mrs Paul M Halahouser Mr and Mrs K W Harris Mrs Kate Danuel ld W , W, ,, L Mr. and . . , , Jr. . , , Jr. Mr, . , Mr. . . Mr. . ' Mr. ' . Mr, . , . . ' Mr. . ' Mr. d . f . . ' , r. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wolfe Mrs. W, R, Payne Mr. . . Dr. , . Mr, d . . E, . son Dr, ' . Mr. , Mrs , . . ha . L. . , r. 4 . o. . . . , . , . l 4 ' 0 Best dressed Sensor Renee Lompros ond Queen of the sensor closs Koy Morsholl model evenmg gowns from Nochmons wade selection of junior clothes Vw x w " SN 02' I l4l ' I A I I I I I I ' ' 1 1 , , , . . . -:L :I-5-N-.a d f . 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WW' Q19 12 We Ha e Plenty of t CIQUM S BAKERY 3511 Huntington A enue DIAL 2 7342 3820 Kecoughton Road Hampton S SI M PhHI'IIl3CIJ Rexall Drug Store 3401 Wash ngto A e ue Pe so ol ed Prescr pto Ser ce Gorsuch Druq Co Inc 3019 Washnngton A e ue Dol 31683 or 3184 THERE MUST BE A REASON Servnng the Pen nsula for over half a century a d have flled more than a m ll on prescrp o I. S. ARNOLD'S ESSO SER VICE Complurnents of J S Arnold's Esso Service 25th Street and Ook Avenue Dual 2 9684 Maklng your clothes ls fun you know Come on an And leorn to sew SINC FR 2605 Wcshlngton Avenue Dual 4 1962 Lust Your Real Estate With MURRAY and Plll1l'E'l"l' 131 28th St eet REALTORS INSURANCE Abbztt Realty Company 132 29th Street A Good Ploce to Eat PURITAN RESTAURANT 2711 Washungton Avenue No One Can Please Everybody But We Try 14 is -E l X?" qlf . 'K 1 v 'M-i In S I 3 CAKES, PIES, BREAD SEWING MACHINE CO. 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I A r' . 3II S ing! n v nue - mg A CREED FOR AMERICAN YOUTH I resolve to let no tume or opportunntues sllp unused by me that In small thlngs I wnll strnve to do the best that I can nn order that the bug opportunltles of realize that my future as an enlarge ment of the present What I do un my hugh school years will make me strong erm character that I may help to make a stronger Amerlca Sponsored by Patrlck 81 Sllk, Inc Applzances and Telewszon 3404 3406 Woshlnglon Avenue Let Us Help You Own YOUR OWN HOME KENNETH ARCH nc Real Estate Insurance Loans II7 26th Street Dual 5 l2OO Vlsxt AI's New York l Delicatessen 1 Hot Corned Beef and Pastraml l l THE FINEST IN KOSHER FOOD Dual 26028 133 zsm sffeef W T CHAPIN Insurance and Rc al Pstatc Save Your Money by nnvestung wuth us S2 OO per month and upwards wxll earn 3Wa NEWPORT NEWS BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION 120 26th Sr ect a 3 66l For Olfts to C-Ive with Prnde Let Shaw s Be Your Guide WATCHES DIAMONDS SILVER TELEVISION l SHAW IEWELRY COMPANY 2809 Washungton Avenue I44 IEEE: I I I1 xl l . . . l . . l . . . ., , Ik. , the .future will find me qualified. l 126 26th Sheet Dial 4-1471 ' l ' l ' l y . . . 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I tn l . . l Slwoppmg for clothes ot the latest toshron Shnrley Fowler ond Borboro Jorrett lmow exactly where to go MM few M4 EMM? l45 Peltz Brothers Shipchandlers I x " xxy' She'Il Be Proud to Wear A Bracelet or Other Jewelry From 968 l 99U'S arclay 8 ons 2912 WASHINGTON AVENUE DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE CHINA t Deck, Engine, Steward, Cabin C-alley Supplies Bonded Stores 2300 West Avenue Dial 4-1784 always something new Washington Ave at 28th The Sportsmans Shop l22 32nd Street Complete Line of Athletic Equipment PHONE 2 6l25 Paramount Pete Sez g at I a othe sple ANCHOR d to yo NEXT gmmx P a 0 nt N, at h -INXS , LQ-A 'Paramount Theater THE PENINSULA S FINEST HARLEY DAVIDSON Motorcycles Blcycles We A e Rep esentat es Fo H ley Do d Ha d La Mo e Moto cycles Ha Iey B ycle Johnson O tboa d Col mb a B cycles M t P M o o s e a o e C shman Moto Scooters Ch ldrens Wheel Go Wh zze B cy le Moto s A old Sch n B c c e SALES AND SERVICE TIDEWATER MOTORCYCLE CO 25th and H nt ngton A e e Phone 5 1805 fi ,Zigi L 7 E I ll-ta, R S 2 ' 1-L T , . ., X I Sleep nn Securnty Insure Your Property Wth I F Tllqhman Inc Nelson C Overton REALTORS INSURANCE l22 26th Street DRUIIKER 81 FALK Reol Estate on Po rtucnpotung lnsuronce 4 26th Street DIAL 6 I687 Assnstlng Buddy Bollord with o new sport coat from Splgels ns Bob Conley SPIGEL S COLLEGE SHOP 130 32nd Street ff B 'ff- ll YS Hr at .gill li"'L-fl'-l-gl Home as where the heart ns Moke yours brnght ond goy We II be glad to help you So come un ony doy Sux floors devoted exclusuvely to fme home furnlshmgs BRYANT 81 NELMS l29 26th Street REAL ESTATE INSURANCE PHONE 4 1621 VACUUM CLEANER Qjeayzodqlaw COMPANY -7400 -740 WA5"""6roN AVENUE 2406 Washmgton Avenue Dual 2 6367 HAPPY Home runmsusns John Wo rd Monoger i l 0 I 0 d I I3 - .gf--V A ' Y. 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Q I From r d A , r Y, i 320 un in ton v u za A'1'1"' 1 -5 rv. Q e r si mind E N N s i nmsvgtcoerrvice V5 5 A x, 1 -TO' CO . e You ll Not Only Look Sharp But Youll Also Look Sharply lt You Come to fflifeet Medscal Arts Bu Id ng West Ave WYT1-IE FLORIST F1011 er s of Dzstwctzmz 1926 Kecoughtan Road Dual 2 2013 P Powell Yum' Yum' sa d Mary Fleug to Anne Dck enson as they vewed the lusc ous past es feat red at the bake y the Flor da Orange Store Flonda Orange Store 3208 Washlngton Avenue Dual 3 1615 If Its Good to Eat We Hove It' N Lag W9 V'-'QM ,Q i M f rink V gl- Q0 4 Q QS WISH FISH? Come to Central Restaurant For the Best an Seafood Rnght nn the Center of the Seafood Dustruct of Vlrgnnla CENTRAL RESTAURANT I5 East Queen Street HAMPTON VIRGINIA PAIQIKEIQ 8: I3OWEll Wall Satusfy Your Wants for CARPET FURNITURE APPLIANCES Da 2 2041 212 28th Street Have a Sweet Tooth? ee Q 0, lk Use Your Head' Come to Us For Pastries and Bread RYE PUMPERNICKEL VIENNA WARWICK BAKERY 220 28th Street Dual 4 1362 I I C ' i i nue ,I H . . . ' - ' n I rn K u r in i , QI: - C. . , Jr. , , 1 'lyzuii If rr- u ' 'I 7Z1fl.,f",, L ,L A , .,,,4c1f,- f , A2335 P 1, I.:-e ,K 'JfJ",7"" "'1l"1 f .'Q,?' ' ff. 1 "' 35's tt' " FB' ' fffil Zith t k "U . . -f e - QV C' i X 1,1 1 sg fk , . JJ il - .L . A .. , ' - N 'f-if .1-. f 5 sl: 1 149 gif? oy o de cous ea the d g room of the Hotel Warwick a e BII Leggett ond M II cent Padgett .tlnirl marmrrk West A enue ot 25th St eet Thr Hows: hu H11 S1111 of the Road Q,.1rhLr ilfumrul itlunu Servmg the Penmsulo Smce 1918 2600 2606 West Avenue PHONE 3 1818 IG 'Q I Ti You Get Pverythmg Nluszcal At the 7400144 Padua Qmpany 210 28141 Street 2-2512 REEDY S J EWELRY 222 28th Street GarIond Reedy Cert f ed Watchmoker Newpo t Ne s Vo Dol 4 3306 13 'NIS Vila if Q 1 W 'K fi? To The WYTHE Esso Servlcenter GREASINC WASHING POLISHINC Serving the Southeast through 22 branches N 0 L A N D COMPANY Inc Wlkaleaale PLUMBING HEATING INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES RADIO SUPPLIES 111 2600 Virginia Avenue NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA Phone 7-1241 'R ft' , 'mr Apprentice Drawing Room Class The Apprentice School of the Newport News Shipbuilding ond Dry Dock Company offers on opportunity for qualified young men to ocqulre o Junior College education while leormng o skilled craft School cotolog ovolloble upon request in Newport News Shipbuilding and Urg Duck Cn. l5l l o , ' , I 3 ' o U tyc y 196 ,ff . l A K . Q., . -Q , , bf ik: Congrotulotuons to the Sensor Class gfzocwlwczq Uqecntmewz' Stone Vlrglma Engmeermg Company Inc. Qenevmf Cjcwzhaellcwd 80 29th Street Duo! 7 I20I NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA I52 Compl' t "The Peninsulzfs Friendly Department Storc"' 300 as in 0 A' D' I -1761 C O O C O Wash ,Q M A Fush7 A Tosty Dush From E T MASON Seafood Market 4Ht e Wfadezn Zafzdez S4476 O Wo I1 gto A e Telepho e 4 I594 IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL Th 1 th I pl STRINGFELLOW ELECTRIC CO Your Cenerol Electric Deoler x DODGE PLYMOUTH IJOIJC E lub I flied TRUCKS Shackelford Auto Company, Inc 339 25th Slreef Rouse Cfuper I'um'l.1I Ilomc HAROLD A CARPER M age I 6 1 9 234 236 25th St 3 -e gg., REGULAR SERVICE BETTER SERVICE WGIW1Ck Esso Servlcenter 25th Street a d West A en e For Thor Speclol Someone s BARR BROTHERS ele s pt c o 3005 Wosh g A e ue MODERN C L EAN ERS AND DYERS 3409 Washington Avenue Dual 4 1781 Q9 ' CTW X' . as v L I v- , I 6 ' ,rye ,I . .fa-1 Q ' - - , . ge. .- 9 - ' .J , x X o o 3OI s in n v nue n . 350 un ington Av nue SSEESLOQSQS Izoiwe IO Soy HYCSH If yo h Corn iments of - C I 1 If I I O o . , on r Dia - 31 - r 45th ond Huntington Avenue lfx f , .,-. :fx 9 O 0 id - A I I . A 4 Is -1 u 7 , n ... I r A ' L n v u If' Jew rondOiins I in ton v n ' - I53 J Hugh Coffee F Maynard Coffee Qlzzffee 4 uneral 4 uma 3101 West' Avenue Establshed 1891 Dual 2 5 Cadvllac Ambulance Servuce EXPERIENCED ATTENDANTS Harwood 81 Garrett GENERAL INSURANCE All Claims Adlusted by Tlus Ofhce Dual 6 1241 207 27th Street is fN if Z ' ELECTRIC O Plectrzcal Contractors 28th and Huntington Avenue Dual 4 1300 E0 NEED GAS? Stop at NURNEY and CCX Service Stahon 5800 Vlrgna Avenue Dal 29731 SAMUEL H PHILLIPS Real Estate Insurance Rents Loans 2515 Wash ngton Avenue Newport N s V rg n o Dal 5 I 66 IF IT S GOOD S GOODPAR co . INC 5808 VrgnaAe SHREMS LINEN CENTER LITTLE TOTS HEADQUARTERS Banquet Sets Ha dkerch efs Importers of Frne Linens Newport News V0 3115 Washmgton Ave Phone 2 3696 Q Looks Luke Llttle Brother 0-,N A Needs New Pants' We Have Them at BLECHMAN S YOUTH CENTER 3202 Washnngton Avenue P I ' tb -I34 tb xl: . , I' 'TWV ' 4' ' , 4147! f af. I t 3 YA: -, i Y L 3. f I . 'SDEIDUSAYIVY . I - ' I I I - 1 It' Q I ew , I I I ' . I ' 2 I i i v nue gs f . ' ss I 'sf' K... L, . -- n i I I54 .lmcafa Wimcwzg Sales Servlce e n Please D e O f Pleased SUPERIOR MOTORS IIC 1615 Kecoughtan Road Won t You Jom Me? Im On My Woy to I-I 8 B GROCERY l 9 k.! REALTOR INSUROR 125 26th Street Dol 51292 ond 51293 ltd nn lETTEl Wash o 0130111 BOWL FOR H EALTH SPORTS BOWL 24 Delu eBu S ckA eys Ten Pms Duck Pnns Open 12 OO Noon Mo doy Thr So! r oy doy 2 OO P 7400 Vlrgmno Ave Phone 2 4151 E L K HN xN WARD PONTIAC SALES Inc 311 28th Street Newport News Vo Deole Lce se No 269 I ingt rw rl' "Driv i - riv u " A R11 Y W S1 1 sb x r n wi ll I ' 1 n u ud Sun 1 . M. . . U X 1 QSETTTTTTTTQX , . aa'e' ' A aaaa A XQKQQLQQN , . 9 011 11.5 ' MC. I 5 . . r i n . 155 W C BOWEN 81 CO Insurance C ozmselor.s 136 28th Street DIAL 4 I44I c ck oundy ots h e Johnson ond Geo Q 0 Leoke go WARWICK LAUNDRY an DRY CLEANERS 127 24th Street D cl 4 1421 76646 SUTTLE MOTOR CORPORATION CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE GMC Trucks DMV 19 34th and Jefferson Avenue I56 , N ,inn . , 7 . ' 1 For clothes os white os snow go to Wrwi L r,TI1' wer Ruby , r I , -L i - I AMERICAS NUMBER ONE CAR YEAR AFTER YEAR sALss ICHEVROLETJ ssnvnce IN OUR 31st YEAR AT THE SAME LOCATION NEWPORT NEWS AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE Establ shed 1921 Phone 5 1217 c ho as he otches Co to ell p p o o o ne 1952 B ck fom NICK ALLEN MOTORS INC H nt ngto Avenue d 30th SI eet Dal 41734 RICHS OPEN AIR MARKET OPEN DAILY 10 A M TO 10 P M 39th Sl-reef and Chestnut Avenue I57 1 + I - -LJI ' TIIV YE, III ' i . "I wish it were mine," soys Betty Marie Bu king m s w rI n Pow re oring f r spin in w ui r df ll ll I O u i n an r i . 1 ' ff There ll Be No Changes Made Your Wute or Sweetheart Won t Want to Exchange Her Jewelry lt You Buy lt From :UCC 47 KZOEAETJ 2902 Wash gto A e ue ENTERPRISE ELECTRIC CO Inc 0 Electrical Dustrabutuon Systems 0 Llght and Power lnstallatuons 0 Transmission Lines 0 Commercual and Resldentual Wlrlng 338 40 33rd Street DIAL 4 1756 Da6l24 grat lato s to the Se 0 Class o NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRES of the PENINSULA 0mem7od4qfff Inspect Our Modern Plant We Process Meats and Poultry We Cure and Smoke Pork YUDER FROZEN FUUDS Eashlon Wuse Economy Wise Graduates and Undergraduates Shop at BESKIN S DEPARTMENT STORE Over 50 Yea s Young Cor e of 24th and Jefferson Phone 3 1388 Asbestos Sldlng and Rooflng Shungles Buckingham and Vermont Slate Sheet Copper and Metal of All Klnds Lenox Oul Burners Warm Alr H C OREBAUGH SHEET METAL WORKS 158 r fm- 1 Z3 C7 A in n vn il-5 Con uin nir ,I , Frm I 0 o a l 1' l 7 r 8 . nr . I - o o M...-vans! - I Q.-mann! ill 'audi' mm More than tnttv vears have passed since the nnevntable step was taken which transferred a sprawlung tudewater vnllage Into the dlgnutned status of a Cnty at the turst class In the Commonwealth at Vlrgnnla Its past has been nllustruous But our justltued pnde un past accompllshments must not dum our eves to the fact there IS much left to do In the future CITY OF NEWPCDRT NEWS 7fne www awful www 159 ---'M ' L A a..n f Yes' Noture Arr Condutlons But We Do lt Sclentufucolly Newsome Alr Conc11t1on1nq Co 2714 Vnrgmuo Aven ue D 3 71 Mrs Joynes Teo Room Home Cooked Meols 220 50th Street Opposute Rnverslde Hosputol Brcoktost 6 to 8 30 A M Closed Sotu days Lunch 12 to 2 OO P M Spccnol Rotcs ly Wcck 700 PM SundOyl2to3PM Dinner 5 to THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER C0 Cosh Regusters Addung Mochlnes Accountnng Mochunes 136 28th Street Newp Phone 2 26II ort News Vnrgunuo Crown Sctvmqs Bank 2411 Jefferson Avenue We Welcome Your Account ond the Pnvulege of Servung You rnber F D I H G WILLIAMS Rcprescntotwc llIIlllll lull IIII Illlllllll brian! of A111 Img f-Q Admrts h h school groduotes of Students who ore ng hugh collber ond outstondung oblluty 2 The next closs wr ll enter In September 195 HE HOBBY CENTER Your Heodquorte rs for Photo Hobby ond Honducrott Moteruols Mom Shnpyard Gate 3704 Washmgton Avenue Opposute R R IQNES FURNITURE New and Used Sterlluzed Furniture 213 30th Street Telephone 2 236 Newport News Vo 1 160 ' 1 . .. . 1 -I r . : ,. ,x iol -13 u Q . . H ., . ,, ' Mc ,...C. ., , . I . . V . f , . . . . X 1. L . L'. i, . . I f . , . 6 After o Dore Meet Your Fruends ot the ?577ZDzcae an Kecoughton Rood ond LoSoIIe Avenue 9 3 3 I i over o wude seletuon of cords at Epes Stotnonery Hampton Vlrgmla Phone lndmn Rnver 5039 EPES STATIONERY COMPANY 2908 Woshungton Avenue Complete Furnlshmgs for All Men THE Q09 94 SHOP 3109 Washmgton Ave Dual 5 1571 33rd ond Woshmgton Avenue Mutual Underwriters 99 28th Street Anne Tlmberloke ond Sylvia Sorenson look C I . , . I ' ' ll ' EN - . t Y k - . As you con see closs presudermts Carl Jett Joyce Vonrue Phnl Wheeler Judy Leggett ond Rolph Whntley hoye thenr clothes cleohed ot Down In sports weor their clothes look luke new AWN LAUNDERERS l62 if-f Shownng off their Sunday best cleaned the Down woy ore the closs presidents A W N Q 'VX DRY CLEANERS I63 ek ,fl- , , bi M 1ui.,..wf5eQ -'F Only the Best For Bill Lota He's Waiting tor A Plymouth or De Sota Cofer Motor Soles, Inc 291012 Huntington Avenu e DIAL 6 1668 HANDY OIL CORP 100 'XJ Locally Owned EARL ATTEN CHARLES A PARKER 444 Dal 41 K ,Q F G75 Wu-u'.n ET lf lr-nn' lhzm ,Bowler s Auto Exchange zz" el -3 ,i N Relax Comfortably FURNITURE from W B WILLIAMS 225 28th Street Dia 6 1 x .. - ff I M ,pf . ,. j'T'A1f' AVPLESiQ',1 5.3 FRUITS of VEGETABLES PETERSONS Fmer Foods 996l Wa ck Road H lton V llage C Pete 0 Pop Visit GEORGE S The Streamlined Drug Store FREE PARKING 7806 g A Dal 2 3798 NEWPURT NEWS FURMS IIUMPANY 815 24th Street MUSIC CENTER 37lO Wash gto A e Pho e 7 l438 Complete Line of Musical Merchandise an Home of Baldwin Pianos owsrzs SR - - rwi l l - l-l. , rs n, r . I I R. H . 4-l i - 445 Vir inia venue i - i I .ill I . P. i ' N Fwy 1 Q19 'KWWL 'P 'glxvgix X I 9 35th and Huntington Ave. Dial 4-1746 9 'V ' I I . , -"A, - ' I A ,. -'Wai ., if ,K . 'Jw' rf In V1 V . f'1 ' f A -.4 uw. gli In '. fs. I WL.-.-.Fil '13 40 -1-,-,,..,,..,,,,,.. . . . . d Il'1 ' ' W A B Mon . . , ., O Cr ' I - 971 9 164 MIIRRIMAC M0l'llIiS Chrysler fPlymouth 5 Hyg d VIltd HYGEIA ROLLER RINK pt 6 67 Hampton and Wckha Avenues Dl2771 EdMlM PRODUCT dV w spplyfh NNHSCft' For 86 Yeo rs TI-IE VIRGINIA PILOT ASSOCIATION I-los Served The Peninsula The Practical Plymouth The Beautlful Chrysler GENERAL AUTO SALES 226 315: sfeer Dua 2 2913 ,F N1 5 6 .aalll'f"" Looking for a Number? Dual 2 6502 or Reliable Plumbing Heating Roofing Sheet Metal Work Nick VQIIQI I5 52 Ford You Can Pay More But You Can t Buy Better' 7044 Sala Sevwdce lIllWlll'l'CH lllll'l'llll lNF0llPllll1l'l'l4ll 800 Kecoughtan Road Phone 5 1268 E loy g o coke at Monty s s Bobby Jones a d K tty Jean Deke so They kno he e to go MONTY S Vurguma Avenue at 44th Street CURB SERVICE Newport News BUSIIICSS C olleqe Fou ded l902 Day and Evening Classes Placement Servnce Refresher Courses First Natlonal Bank Bulldlng Room 309 D L4lll2 f Shell Choose You It You Wear Clothes From I MIRMELSTEIN ARROW SHIRTS STETSON HATS r Al - .JT rw . Q: ff v w -s .ff ' ' . 'ev X ' - n' in ' i n . i i n n. ww r - for good food and service. F . . I . I I I 11 7 YY .7 l l l l ll ll U Y 5- A f Fl I . lA - 4 4 I 'I liiliilf I T J J C I66 Bobby Seward ond Shirley Boldrndge enjoy 0 cheerful fare burnmg cool from G86 COAL COMPANY I67 Q-, W 1 . . . . Mutual Home and Savlnqs ASSUC1Hl10I1 Newport News Vlrgmna 30th Sf Call The Plays Plan The College Days Open a college savmgs account wlth this assocmatlon then add to It each onfh Steady profits added to your savmgs each year It s the easy way way to a college educatuon S ppl COAL FUEL OIL FOR FINER FUELS C w 3 S QR N K uperlllam eww T I h 51234 3 24th St Almost Any Klnd of Insurance Anywhere In Vlrglnla Real Estate too L M V011 Svl11ll1nq,,l1' Agent 14 N KING STREET pt 4 168 of 210 reef u iers of all 0 A ' ' T . al. Uh A if . 71 I 1 Z! ff, - l17"' -, . Q eep one - 28 - reel' Newport News, Va. O Q O V I f O . Dial Ham on 041 UNIVERSAL MOTOR SALES NC EVANS MCLAUGH LIN MOTORS Inc y a d othe 7 1 KDEl2LI2:5,LLf7Cl LLl2E'ZCl OHZE 2505 Chestnut Avenue Dial 4 1486 AMBULANCE SERVICE 67 FU, Hear e Ujgpif 1 2 The Best Place Hear el To Buy Your Coal and Fuel Oil Sanford 81 Charles, Inc IWS 61 90 11' Nov-1 1 Buy Your Outside Furniture and Scre ns for This Summer Peninsula Supply Co th dVg DI416 till NEI-ll BOTTLING COMPANY nnicnom HA 41 Bottlers R C Cola Nehl Orange and Grape 5 1-l gig NLE1-1 leusnnuzs -E 169 3 ' "jf ' 1 Y . v - - - Y 4 O ls 35t treet and C. 8. O. Railroad Dial - 656 I . ' l 5157115 , ,L.4 .13 ,ilsjlflv 491.0 N ,Y ,.'. i,NTJ,,,c5,.1g,,.. diy, O 9 ' At 34 an ir inia Avenue ia - 49 I , Q 217 28th Street X,dllf'0iv,X l l l the best in bod work, p inting an r , A df 5 i51??g ice jobs go to 1 5 Virginia Avenue. of - 'fwfr A 'ff ' llklys Xfll MIIIUIP .I ' - F? f ' ' llzjll l'. I K d J- 4 I - r ll Le l 4 261 untington Avenue There IS much ot tomorrow In all that Nash does today NEWPORT NEWS CORPORATION 3614 Huntington Avenue Cllllill ze Pemnsulas lfmest Store 31 E Queen St eet Hampton Dual 5966 'facdeze 'Yezaeo Sewcce ms on.s Luamcnuow P ompt Cou teous Servrce 46th St at Huntmgton A e Phone 4 2693 Newport News Vo After a Tough 3315 -3 Q Workout Ask for Gra pette Dr Pepper a Sun Crest DR PEPPER BO PTI INC CO INC North End Pharmacy, Inc Prescrrphons Called for and Delrvered In Newport News and Vlclnzt Huntmgto Avenue and 50th St eet WILLIAMS COILE and BLANCHARD ARCHITECTS an ENGINEERS 3415 Vlrglnla Ave Dua 6 I606 All Roads Lead to Our Door for DEPENDABLE SERVICE CUTCHINS BROTHERS 25th and Poplar A e Dual 2 2651 or 2 0970 Best Hot Dogs and Hamburgers un Town T y O e Buddy s Place 1809 25th Steet . . f P ' oi ' is H 0 I 1 1 . J 7 W 3 Y ' J J A ., Ao T 1 E I I . . 6677, ' I W' fl . r . . .V - ' n r I . I r r ' I 1 Cl t . ' v. . , , . .. 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I I if X l , Safe and Economncal Transporfafnon Clhzens Ra pld Transit Company Specnalnzmg In Chartered Servlce 1011 VICEOYIG Boulevard Phone 4 1716 Koskunas Soda Shop Adam A Kosknnas Prop Patent Meducunes Fountaun Service Sundrues 280l Jefferson Avenue TlMI3El2lAlilf S Self Servlce Market Quallty Grocenes and Meats 2604 Jefferson Avenue Dual 21831 MEMBER PENINSULA FOOD STORES Inc FRANCIS L IOBE FORREST MARKET Market and Bakery 3600 Huntlngton Avenue Newport News Vargnnua For Healthful Recreatuon Bowl at the HEALTH CENTER BOWLING ALLEYS 32l4 Huntnngton Ave Phone 2 2955 Also for your engoyment try our Snack Bar You can always be sure of Frzendly and Courteous Servlce HOT DOGS lOc QI W HORNSBY AMOCO GAS FUEL OIL 1651 DIAL 1652 Boat Harbor Randolph Macon College ASHLAND VIRGINIA Founded l83O A luberal Arts college conferrnng the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Scuence degrees Randolph Macon prepares young men for all The pre professlonal courses and for teachung and coaching an the publuc school system Wrxte Dr J Earl Moreland Presldenf Randolph Macon College Ashland Vurgnnla 4 V S ,L ,S -S - ., We , ,AY ,, .Y , I ' l 0 - H l . . . . l l l . l . , . l l Dial 2f95l6 Newport News, Va. l l l l 1 I l 0 o ' l l l I ' 6- 6- ' ' A I D printing D Lithography D Bookbincling You are lnvltecl to consult us on any problem connected with the Graphic Arts Our fifty five years of practlcal experlence IS avaulable on such :tems as School Publncataons Letterheads 81 Envelopes Programs and Tuckets Books and Pamphlets Office Stationery Advertnsnng and Publucuty Ledger Sheets Engraving Weddmgs Cold Leaf Stamping Pen Rulnng Rubber Stamps The lzranlqlln Printing Company lnc Dual 4 l726 2l6 l8 20 Twenty fifth Street Newport News Vlrglnna 185 AUTOGRAPHS Activities Section Administration Advertising Section Anchor Staff Art Band Basketball Baskettuall To.rnament Beacon Because O r Hearts Were Pure Bo s HI Y Bus ness Courses Cheerleaders Classroom Section Contents Dedication Distributors Club Drama Engl sh Executive Board Al s New York Delicatessen Arch Kenneth Inc Abbltt Realty Co 52 Anolds J S Adams Allen Nick Allen Jewelry Buddy s Place Benson Phillips Beck s Bakery Bowen W C Barr Brothers Motors nc C c 8.Co 4 Broadway Dept Store Barclay 8. Sons Bryant 8. Nelms Blechmans Youth Center Barclay Brothers Beskins 8. M Drive Bostic Malcolm Bowlers Auto Exchange Nachman s Bowditch Motors Inc Blossom Shoppe Bunns Texaco Service Station Burford B ng Barnes G S Central Restaurant Chapin W T Crum s Bakery Carder Funeral Home Coffee Funeral Home Crown Savings Bank Coter Motor Soles Inc Citizens Ra cl Transit Co Citizens Mar ne letter on Bank Colony Farm rs Market Cole 8. Scott Inc Colony Farr' Cooperative Dairy Inc Central Motor Co Cutchins Brothers Connors Drucker 8. F lk Dawn as L Faris D IV Press In Dr Pepper Bottling Co I Enterprise Electr c Co Epes Stationery Co Elite Cleaners Inc Epstein s Venetian Blind Mfg Co Evans McLaughlin Motors Inc Edwards Co Inc Florida Orange Store Freeman Fur Salon Franklin Prlntlnq Co Ferauson N Norwood First National Bank Gorsuch Drug C nC Goodpar Co Inc Georges General Auto Sales G 8. G al o Goodman Hardware Co B6- 8- I38- 92- 4- II8- IO7 IO I85 90 24 95 II7 II9 44 44 4 4 7 4 74 56 4 4 4 8 6 7 4 44 O 4 4 60 6 84 5 O 70 4 70 7 6 49 4 4 54 4 6 EDITORIAL INDEX Faculty Section , F. H. A. . Flagtwirlers . Football French Club Girls' Athletic Girls' Sports Hall of Fame . "Hasty Heart" I-'ome Economics Honor Council Industrial Education Jun or Chorus King and Queen Languages Latin Club Library Library Assistants Mathematics Mixed Chorus Music Association Club ADVERTISING Gayle Young K Insurance George s Super Service Green Acres Auto Theatre II- I5 'iff Y. 105 95 IIO-II3 IO4 I24 , I24-I27 56- 57 o INDEX H 8. B Grocery Harwood 8. Garrett Hobby Center Hannas Handy Oil Corp Hygeia Roller Rink Heath Center Bowling Alleys Hornsby J W Hampton Bank of Hancock Raymond L Jacobson Press Jernigan Motor Co Joynes Mrs Tea Room Jones R R Furniture Ja ks Es o Servlcenter Jobe Francis L Kirby Vacucm Cleaner Co 4 4 84 4 4 60 4 4 Kecoughtan Pharmac Koskinas Soda Shop Lo Vogue Leggett s Mason Modern Modern Murray Mutual Monty s Mirmelsteln I 4 4 E T Seafood Market 5 Barber Shop Cleaners 8. Dyers 8. Padgett Underwr ters Merrimac Motors Mutual Home 8. Savings Assn 4 66 6 Newport News Blda 8. Loan Assn N tonal Restaurant Newport News Furniture Co N D D NJrney 8. Cox Newport News Auto Exchange Newsome Air Conditioning Co National Cash Register Co Newport News Forms Co N woort News Business College Newoort N Coca Cola Bottling Co Nachmans Studio North End Pharmacy Inc Newport News Nash Corp Nehi Bottling Co Oser Brothers Orebaugh H C Peninsula Funeral Home Peninsula Supply Co Paint Prod lcts Pittman s Grocery Palace Theatre Parker 8. Powell Peninsula Shipbuilders Assn Perrvs Meat 8. Poultrv Market Phillip Levy 8. Co P rick 8. Silk c I87 HC 44 4 47 54 60 64 66 79 O 6 4 6 49 4 45 4 Office Assistants . ,, , , Parent-Teacher Association .. . Physical Education . Quill and Scroll . . School Board School Life Section Science , Science Club , Senior Shots Social Sciences Spanish Club Speech Sports Section Stage Crew Thespians Track Typhoon Time Underclassmen Ushers National Honor Society Puritan Restaurant Peltz Brothers Parisian Shop Phillips Samuel H Pitt Douglas Inc Paramount Theatre Perry Electric Co Petersons Finer Foods Rouse Carper Funeral Home Reedv s Jewelry Richs Open Air Market Riverside Hospital Rosenbaum Hardware Co Randolph Macon College Rolins Motors Riverside Service Station Schertle TV Stuart Theatre Selma s Suttle Motor Corp Stringfellow Electric Co Shackelford A.ito Co Inc Shaw Jewelry Co Singer Sew ng Machine Ca S 8. M Pharmacy Sportsman s Shop Spigels College Shop Shrems Linen Center Sports Bowl Superior Motors Inc Southern Da ries Sanford 8. Charles Inc Tidewater Motorcycle Tilghman Inc Thomas Piano Co Theatres of the Peninsula Times Herald The Timberlakes Tlgnors R H Tuckers Texaco Service Universal Motor Sales Inc Virginia Engineering Co Inc Veneris Nick Virginia Pilot Association von Schilling L M White Optical C0 Warwick Bakery Wythe Florist White Lee Hardware Warwick Laundry 8. Dry Cleaners Warwick Esso Service Center WVEC Ward Pontiac Sales Inc vvythe Esso Servicenter Warwick Hotel Williams W B Willams Colle 8. Blanchard Waterfront Lumber 8. Shipcelllng Co Wythe Theatre WGH Studios Waker Mrs R F Yoder Frozen Foods Young Men S Shop I28- O I06 IO 25 I07 8 I37 22 I05 O 4 46 46 4 46 4 6 5 57 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 47 4 O 66 6 49 4 4 4 6 7 77 9I 98 B4 85 " u " 99 . ' . 27 ' ' 2I y.' - IO2 ' . 89 ' . IO4 ' ' 28 ' ' 26 20 97 . 93 ' I08-I27 I64 29 ' 59 I O 5 I8- I9 ' I07 ' ' 54 ' IO4 .. . . . I2 -I2I ' ' IO5 , I3O ' . 91 20 ' ' ' I 6 30- 5I : I8 ' 23 . IOI 88 ' 96 ' ' I07 ' ., 24 -A- , ., , I78 ' . , I 2 ' I ' . , I78 I , , . 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