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

 - Class of 1956

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H- 5 1 1 I - f L: lf- ' ff- I ,N I HH ' TO , Y0U'RE TOP We the class of 1956 gratefully dedicate our yearbook to a man whose interest and warm sense of humor has made him a friend to us all Through his time and effort as co sponsor of our Junior mg spirit and friendly attitude are sincerely appreciated and to the class of 56 Mr Thomas M Robinson you are tops' 5 I I . class last year, our Junior year was a tremendous success. His will- , I I o o I o WE PAUSE. . .AND REC LL 0 R FACULTY 'C-V .. ' f A A-1 af' 5' My .U - A .. ' . 2 A' Q' -- A I' - -, '. g '. ' 9 ,ITS qw: " 2 I x.g.i ' X., 5 V 'V p "f r A ,uq.w,,, rs, .r niip. 3- ' ss- , 1 . l N- 'm ,Mfr .V ', ... ':, 4 - 'wr THE ADVI ER MR CEORCEJ MCINTOSH A person whom you are Iukely to see bustlnng about the halls at any time ns our assustant prnncnpal Mr Keesee who acts as a Dean of Boys and plays an Important port un the work of the admunsstratuon MISS ETHEL M CILDERSLEEVE Our pnncupal Mr CeorgeJ Mclntosh who has added greatly to the dlgnlty and prestige of the school works hard at running the school rn an orderly manner and seeung that the school program as carried out properly and etfrclently 4...- MR THOMAS O KEESEE Mnss Ethel M Culdersleeve the Dean of Crrls guides the student body In all of thenr proyects helps wnth the admunustra tlon work and In her frnendly and tacttul manner assists the gurls wuth their many problems 1 ' ' 1 1 ff' 1 1 1 1 - 1 W 1 - .. - 1 " 1 ' N., A - M A 1 Q '- - ' , , , . -7. , AV BLE UPER I IO :aff Dr R O Nelson the Supernntendent of Schools us a very busy man wnth has many jobs connected wuth the supervuslon of the Newport News Publrc Schools One of has responslbulntnes ns to recommend new teachers to the School Board for apponntment DR R O NELSON 'lf I f A-as i lv ,ab ,pm v-" S h l B d m ets each month to dlscuss the school problems of the cuty The School Board members are Front row lett The c oo oar e to nght Mrs John E Krltzer Mr S D Green Dr R O Nelson and Mrs Angela P Layne Second row Mr Robert Murray Mr Robert B Smlth Dr C Waldo Scott and Mr Harold Chandler 9 x . . s . . . , I k . . . . . . . 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R FACULTY Left to rnght Mrs Helen Shelton Mrs Left to right Mrs Vera Graves Mrs Jeannette Wright Mnss Loss Callahan and Mrs Marguerlte Carvns n formally review In the school lnbrary some books recom mended for English literature Lett to rlght Mass Anne Parker Mrs Nlna Huff man and Mass Rebecca Suttle the head of the Engllsh department get together to talk about some new ways of teaching certann phases of Enollsh luterature IB' 'K Phoebe Hoyle and Mrs Kathryn Cam eron discuss some decorative dlsplays for the English bulletnn board Left to rrght Mrs Margaret Parker the French teacher Mass Elma Free the Latun teacher and Mass Moneda Key the Spannsh teacher make their courses more nnterestung by looking up an formatson In the llbrary in NJ P TIE TLY GUIDED U L! it Left to right Mrs Virginia LaPides spon sor of the Speech Arts Club Miss Doro thy Crane head of the drama depart ment and Miss Amanda Ciray drama sibilities for the Spring Play Left to right Miss Eline Krisch Mr Eli Leonard head of the commercial department Mrs Jean Clift and Mr Milbourne Willey teach the com mercial studies of typing shorthand and book keeping X ll 'IH Left to right Mr Russell Cirt the Junior Band Director Miss Betty Schaffer the art teacher Miss Eleanor Sher man head of the music department Mr Leonard Zimet the Senior Band Director and Mr George dents the art of creativity and self expression Left to right Miss Wilma Salmon Vocational Office Training teacher Mrs Eleanor Hamil ton Distributive Education teacher and Mr Kenneth Bennett Diversified Occupation teacher look over some information on bus: ness administration 7 V A V il 1 sa llc' I l 6 tio? , -W W f , L' V. H ,, , V jg . I A . . . . I I - A . I ' . I . ' . J I ' I V ' 1 . ' . I U l ' I I I I ' eacher, get together to talk over the pos- Marenchin, the Senior Chorus Director, teach their stu- . . . . . v l - :Q . . I . . Z . I ' I . . . Ev I - . . . 2 . I . 1 - 5 1 . I- . I . - I . . . ' 1 1 ' I I Q . ' I L ' ' I 0 ., 5 C R , s I 3 N? ,, . F X X qt r I 1 t fi g . ,S Q M ' I .- l , A , 3 S SF' , l K '- , y if THEIR MEMORIES Left to right: Mr. Herbert Deppe, Mrs. Lucy Catlett, Mr. John Huller, and Miss Emilie l-lolladay look over some math rules in a recently published math . , Q Y-I Left to right: Mrs. Frances Nettles, a biology teacher, Miss Susie Floyd, biology teacher and head of the science department, and Mr. James book. Mays, chemistry and physics teacher, relax after a lengthy science department meeting. Left to righti Miss Cassie Childress, Mr, P. W. Allen Raine, Mr, Herman Levy, head of the mathematics department, and Miss Lillian Todd compare the many and varied problems ot the math- ematics department. ' oil' l2 Two of the science teachers, left to right, Miss Mary Anne King and Mrs. Garland Conn, have just been looking at a current science bul- letin. BE EF ICI LLYI PIRED U i 4 i s .3 xc: Three home economics teachers, left to right, Mrs. Left to right: Mrs. Ann Amott and Mrs. Mary Edna Marston, Miss Sue Kelly, head of the home Trull, two of our home economics teachers, talk economics department, and Mrs. Lalie Webb have over some excellent homemaking pointers. just finished inspecting one of the home ec. kitch- ens. Left to right: Mr. Samuel Somerville, wood shop teacher, Left to right: Mr. Harry Lyeth and Mr. Mr. Miles Thompson, printing teacher, and Mr. Robert Cecil Erickson, the two drafting teachers, Beard, machine shop teacher, stand in front of their mod- compare ideas on drawing blueprints. ern and well-functioning machinery. ., elf I3 THEY GRE TLY SSIST ED U l Left to rught Mass Margaret Lane head of the his tory department Mlss Frances Strohecker the geography teacher and Mr Jack Powers American history teacher check up on some current events that might be of Interest to their classes Flve tamrlnarpersonalntles left to rnght Mr Thomas Pete Robunson Assistant Coach for Varsity Football Mr Julnus Conn Athletnc Director Mr J C Cowboy Range Var stty Football Coach Mr Louus Plummer Track Coach and head ot the physucal education department and Mr Wal llam Chambers Varsity Basketball Coach take a well deserved break from their coachnng dutles l4 r ' N Q ' t. Left to right Mr Louls Wheary Mass Mary l-lelmer Mass Frances Magunre and Mr Thomas Bass four of our social studnes teachers look at a map of the United States after school hours After a thorough Inspection ofthe gurls new locker room and showers our three women gym teachers left to rlght Mnss Eula Turner Mnss Lullnan Seats and Mrs Vlr gunna Masters agree that thus new addntlon ns one of the best thmgs ever to have hap pened to Newport News Hugh School gnrls .aa-asa 'Q' -11125 77' T U 2 - L, ,-A-'ml , l ll f , l l N . l 2 l , I , l I . - l . 2 ' U . I . I I ' I I ' . I ' I , . - - - - ' r ll ll - - - I I I ' I I ' I - - . ll ll - - ' 1 1 'I ' ' I ' I I I l 1 I ' D I - . I I I - ' . ' - . ' . 1 I - ' I.. , I - . 4 4 f , ,VF 1 ' 5 A 21-'Q 'Q ' lfllglfl fl' A C+ l 1422" S, Slsffif 'l TALL: LJ 1 1 Q. lf' FWF , - we . if .I I E ll A Nl: ll N T K 1:7 li I . il ,I K 1 -:Ag ,L . Q n l as 1 " .s 2252! mf ' 3 1- -:' . kg, ' ,TA T . '. ' all f -1 I . 34 J V ,RFE R, Q r"Nby- A a, 5 l WITH THEIR HELP rl A new oddntlon to our school ore the seventh grode Mass Ellzo Wise Mrs Bessie McFoll Mrs Vlrgunuo teochers who ore left to rnght Mrs Corlene Boss Boker Mrs Gertrude Sloop ond Mrs Mory Forbes The guldonce counselor Mass Muldred M Kelly helps the students o greot deol with her odvlce on school curnculo ond college lnformotuon She keeps the students Informed on scholarships ond helps them nn generol with their plons or the future Left to nght Mass Morgoret Corlond ond Muss Elnzobeth Sounders our two effncnent school lubroruons keep the lubrory up to dote wlth new ond nnterestlng books 3 1 dx X J ' R -J., fx or o H s sm N, ,-.sMm--.s....,,.l- 1 is I J l l l x Q M . D . A .I I ,D , . , . l ' . . . . f . f'7f' . J H V f 47 A A 7,-1' f I i .aiu ll , l5 D FOR THEIR EFFORT UE, fh- 1 l Si! I Taking a break from theur work are left to rnght Mrs Jean Campbell Mr Mclntoshs secretary Mrs Vurgunua Cash offace secretary and Mrs Sue Fleug school book keeper Mrs Lucslle Wulllams the school nurse takes care of all our aches and panns wrth her simple remedues and frnendly smule The school custodvan Bill Martin ns ol ways doing hus many jobs around the school In a frnendly and congenlal man ner Endung a hard week s work and completing next week s well balanced menus as Mrs Aluce Whute head of the Newport News Hugh School cafeterra V227 1 I I 1 WE TH K THEM MRS ANN M AMMOTT Madison College BS Home Economics Future Homemokers of America Club Sponsor MRS VIRGINIA T BAKER Randolph Macon Womans College BA Seventh Grade THOMAS E BASS JR Randolph Macon Col lege BA George Peabody College for Teach ers MA Government United States History MRS CARLENE M BASS Mary Washington College BA Seventh Grade ROBERT F BEARD JR Virginia Polytechnic Institute BS Machine Shop KENNETH B BENNETT West Virginia Instr tute of Technology BS College of William and Mary M Ed Diversified Occupations Co ordmator D O Club Sponsor MISS LOIS K CALLAHAN Longwood College BA English MRS KATHRYN P CAMERON Madison Col lege BS English MRS LUCY S CATLETT College of William and Mary BA Columbia University MA WILLIAM B CHAMBERS College of William and Mary BS Physical Education Assistant Coach Football and Track Varsity Basketball Coach Co Sponsor Senior Class MISS CASSIE CHILDRESS College of William and Mary BS Columbia University MA Math ematics Algebra Plane Geometry MRS JEAN W CLIFT Mary Washington Col lege BS Typing MRS GARLAND CONN Westhampton College BA Science JULIUS CONN University of Virginia BS Director of Athletics Track Co Coach Cross Country Coach Athletic Council Sponsor Phy sical Education MISS DOROTHY M CRANE University of West Virginia BA Drama Activities Head Thes pians Sponsor Ushers Sponsor Senior Events Sponsor Speech Arts Department Head MRS ELIZABETH DAVIDSON Oglethorpe Uni versity BS Science HERBERT J. DEPPE: University of Missouri BS' Mathematics Algebra. CECIL J. ERICKSON: Oswego State Teachers College BS' Cornell University MS' Drafting. MISS SUSIE V. FLOYD: Longwood College BS' Columbia University MA' Science Depart- ment Head' Biology. MRS. MARY B. FORBES: Columbia University BS' Seventh Grade. MISS ELMA FREE: Juniata College BA' Uni- versity of Michigan MA' Latin' SPQR Latin Club Sponsor. MISS MARGARET GARLAND: George Peabody College BS' Assistant to Librarian Library Assistants Club Sponsor. MRS. MARGUERITE W. GARVIS: Mary Wash- ington College BA' English. RUSSELL GIRT: Cincinnati Conservatory BM MM' Band, Junior Band Director. MRS. VERNA D. GRAVES: Florida State Uni- versity BA' English. MISS AMANDA GRAY: Longwood College, BS: Drama. MRS. ELEANOR T. HAMILTON: Virginia Poly- technic Institute, BS1 Distributive Education: D. E. Club Sponsor, Varsity Cheerleader and Jr. Varsity Cheerleader Sponsor. MISS MARY A HELMER Longwood College BS College of William and Mary M Ed United States History World History MISS EMILIE HOLLADAY Longwood College BS Columbia MA Mathematics Algebra MRS PHOEBE B HOYLE Womens College of the University of North Carolina BA English MRS NINA P HUFFMAN Ohio State Univer sity BS Columbia University MA English JOHN A HULLER College of William and Mary BS Algebra Journalism Quill and Scroll Sponsor Beacon Sponsor Anchor Span sor MISS MILDRED KELLY College of William and Mary BS New York University MA Guidance Director MISS SUE KELLY Madison College BS C lumbia University MA Home Economics Home Economics Department Head MISS MONEDA KEY Longwood College BA Spanish Co Sponsor Junior Class MISS MARY ANNE KING Longwood College MISS ELINE KRISCH College of William and Mary BA Columbia University MA Typing MRS VIRGINIA LaPIDES Ithaca Conservatory BM Speech Sponsor Speech Arts Club MISS MARY MARGARET LANE College of William and Mary BA University of Virginia MA United States History History Depart ment Head ELI LEONARD Drake University BA College of William and Mary MA Accounting Com mercial Department Head HERMAN LEVY Hampden Sydney College BA BS Columbia University MA Mathe matics Department Algebra Trigonometry Solid Geometry Sponsor Key Club HARRY LYETH Oswego State Teachers Cal lege BS Drafting Leathercraft MISS FRANCES MAGUIRE Boston University BS World History United States History GEORGE MARENCHIN. Cincinnati Conserva- tory BM MM' Chorus Music' Senior Chorus Director A Capella Choir Director Glee Clubs Director. MRS. EDNA COLBOURN MARSTON: College of William and Mary BS' Home Economics. MRS. VIRGINIA STIDMAN MASTERS: Univer- sity of Maryland BS' Physical Education' Intramurals Co-Coach Hockey. JAMES W. MAYS: Hampden-Sydney College BS' George Washington University MA' Phy- sics Cehmlstry' Sponsor Science Club. MRS. BESSIE B. McFALLr Longwood College BS' Seventh Grade. MRS. FRANCES NETTLES: College of William and Mary BA' Biology' Sponsor Sophomore Cass. MISS ANNE V. PARKER: College of William and Mary BA MA' English. MRS. MARGARET W. PARKER: Mary Wash- ington College BA' French' Le Cercle Fran- cais Sponsor. LOUIS G. PLUMMER: College of William and Mary, BS, MA: Physical Education Department Head: Honor Council Sponsor, Track Co-Coach. Cross-Country Coach, 8th and 9th Grade Foot- ball Coach. I7 JACK F POWERS University of Richmond BA College of William and Mary M Ed United States History Baseball Coach Sponsor Eighth Grade Class Jr Varsity Football Coach P W ALLEN RAINE Hampden Sydney Col lege BA University of Virginia MA Mathe matics Algebra J C RANGE Milligan College BA College of William and Mary MA Physical Education goac: Varsity Football Jr Varsity Basketball oac THOMAS MNOBINSON Springfield College BS Physical Education Assistant Varsity Foot ball Coach 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Co Sponsor Junior Class MISS WILMA SALMON Longwood College BS Vocational Office Training Office Prac tice Co Sponsor Senior Class MRS RUTH SANDERS Longwood College BS Physical Education MISS ELIZABETH A SAUNDERS College of William and Mary BA University of Michi gan MA Librarian Library Service Library MISS LILLIAN J SEATS Indiana University BS Physical Education Girls Athletic Advis ory Council Tumbling Club Sponsor Apparatus gIubI Sponsor Hockey Coach Intramural por s MISS BETTY SCHAFFER College of William and Mary BA Art MRS HELEN H SHELTON Madison College BS English MISS ELEANOR SHERMAN Oberlin Conserva tory BA Music Music Department Head Sponsor Junior Chorus MRS GERTRUDE B SLOOP Gettysburg Col lege BA Seventh Grade SAMUEL H SOMERVILLE JR West Virginia Institute of Technology BS Wood Shop MISS FRANCES M STROHECKER Longwood College BS Government Geography MISS REBECCA SUTTLE College of William aIInddMary BA English English Department ea . MILES L. THOMPSON: Northern Illinois State Teachers College BE' Print Shop. MISS LILLIAN TODD: Columbia University BS MA' Algebra Geometry Mathematics. MRS. MARY E. TRULL: Berry College BS' Home Economics. MISS EULA TURNER: Madison College BS' Physical Education' Girls Athletic Association Sponsor Girls Intramural Sports. MRS. LALIE L. WEBB: Mary Washington Col- lege' Home Economics Hygiene. LOUIS M. WHEARY: Lynchburg College BA' George Peabody College MA' Government Guidance. MILBOURNE G. WILLEY: Mary Washington College BA' Temple University MA' Short- hand Transcription. MISS ELIZA WARWICK WISE: Longwood Col- Eged BS' Columbia University MA' Seventh ra e. MRS. JEANNETTE W. WRIGHT: College f William and Mary, BA: English. LEONARD ZIMET: Indiana University, BM: But- ler University, MSQ Band, School Dance Band Director, Senior Band Director. . . : , 1 . I I 2 1 1 I I 1 1, 1 5 ,I I I , . ., I . , . ., I . 1 - 1 I 1 ' I . . U 1 ' . ' 1 - - 1 1 - I I I ' ' ' ' 1 . ' . . . 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A ...A .J ,- "'fff-- - ....f:::.1:.'xs-sax. - , ', ..- - A..gL:w - 15-'T 6 M12 Af MMM like 1 GOOD TH G COME N., ROOM lOl Lett to rnght fnrst row R Batcho M Dudash R Leonard P Smuth P An drews J .laffee S French N Staton A Lxverman J Welch A Hall J Jackson Second row Mrs Forbes E Dorn S Hawkms D Keuthley B Desper S Davud S Anderson D Gaddls G Helluesen A Wugguns Thnrd row P Rutter P Brown A Dall A Greenspan W Goff B Crossley H Klesmer R Poe E Ford L Sparrow ROOM lO3 Left to nght first row G Wrlson D Williams A Rsnehart W Strader L Rogers M Holley B Ellus S Pnpknn G Samuels L Chrnsty S Scott B Overman S Wan derer Second row Mrs Bass P Lueberman N Powell D Davns L Mudkuff B Fowler R Morruson B Coltraun L Dunaway C Stump Thnrd row B Barkley N Brandt B Dnxon M Phslllps B Frank B Parks B Greene D Baker T Rouse J Holland S Yi' ROOM 218 Left to nght furst row D Jackson K Burcher J Burnette A Rowland B Davld F Ham B Woods J Walker J Nachols D Chapman T Harrnson Second row Mrs Baker M Sandler P Odom S Sankford C Blakemore B Jones R Maynard F Sage D Ballock J Royal M Furr Thurd row J Barbour C Comstock C Stevenson J Houston J Mathews N Hamnlton R Crust L Weunstenn T Scott B Eubank J Gatewood 20 e s ' r - ., V - C I 1- 1 1 P v Q 'T 1 : 4 .. , -eg - - , .5 4 . . Q ' 3 hi-I' K . . -1 , + , 3 Q . A bf'-Q A 4 ' I l I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' - 1- 1 1 1 - 1 1 1- 1 - 1 - - : , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 2 . , . , . , . , . .i 4 X . . i I 1 ,W 4 . ,i J .. 5 ' - ' A 1.. 1 i .I-.H S + '- , 1 . , . , . , . , , 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 - ' . 1 . , . , . , . , . , . , . 1 r 1 - 1 - - I - 1 ' 1 - 1 . 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1- - 4 3 pf' ta' Ax, . 1 ix ' ' F1 4 1 ' - s ,. . V, Q 5 l E . . '-ZX 4 ' Y -- I x - 1 1 1 3 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - ,. , . ,, ,. , . , . . 2 , 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 4 A 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 A 1 . 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 -"S I '4 A11-mb ...Lf f ' Zffwfffffjgg, SMALL P CKTKCESBK. ee, Xiang Nu-It ROOM 220 Left to right flrst row R Callus N Sharf N Rlchrnan P Larsen M Wulkrn son M Holloman B Bean M Jones L Bond J Harrxson R Ezzell Second row Mrs Mc G ute M oop Leu er Fee Boyce S Seltzer M Eason W Walker J Harrell K Berlin Thlrd row C Steel K Hall N Forbes L Henson E Glenn J Thweott Z Morgan J Dobson G Fitzgerald L Srmth J Moody M Jeffers ROOM 3l8 Letf to rlght first row P Nuckey C Terry C Barnhouse A Bradley K Roane P Cobb A Wuse B Buchan R Doup G Poteat S Markoff J Ellrot Second row Mrss Wnse J Smlth S Outlaw J Church E Wrgglns J Mears M Hull M Van Noy E Swann R rnes N Srnlth Thlrd ow L Kelly B S th B Segel S Gullns B Anspack J La Y Stalllngs G Nalls J Gary S s 9 L L--.4 ROOM 320 Left to right furst row D Whute P Butler J Mouser S Strlckland J Barbery Mernll N Madogan S Snyder R Goldberg J Moore E Turner Second row Mrs Sloop Nelson V Haney W Wrlllamson R Artman T Forbes R Barnes S Thomas L Warren Swanner G Barkley Third row T Reese P Davls S Mason P Taylor B Reese B Ewell Wzlklnson C Venoble T Cowdrey B Butler 2l 'S Q I ,Q 5 L ' - -x 5 ,u ' v J. A g ' -lil ' 1'.i g xf R 4 .V 1 T I 1 h 2 - If A If - 4 1 - I A V I ' Fall, ,Stl, .Sl ,R. f,R. ,R. ,. , . , . ,. , - - 1 ' 1 - I J f - 1 - , - , ' 1 Z S J A l . 4 s tf sl" . S . X -A ' , ' : . ' , . , . A , , , b. y , . b, . , . , . ,Q .V , . , V. . 1 , A , - I ll- , - f J ,y - , , - f - Ba , . . r I . , . mu , . u , , , . , . ne, . , . , . , .Ros. I Y - , 'A ' x A. 1.1129 ' ' J A - Q-fa W l 1 '. f 4 ,J LV ' I D. , . , , . , . , . . 1 . , L. , , , . I , . , . , . , . , , , The big wheels of the 8th grade are, front row, left to right, Mary Frances Koskinas, Executive Board Representative, Jeanene Anker, Honor Council Rep- resentative, Harriet Nachman, Secretary, and sec- ond row, left to right, Joe Shapiro, Vice-President, and Carlene Matthews, President, who take time out from their busy schedule to pose for their pic- ture. L .i HOME ROOM l07-Front row, left to right: Mr. Raine, J. Dunn, J. Dickerson, B. Dudash l. Doeppe, M. Edwards, D. Philips, W. Swain, J. Coffey, E. Darnell, C. Davis. Second row left to right: M. Elder, J. Spencer, D. Desler, H. Fuller, N. Connor, B. Damron, A. Darn, B Stein, E. Cohen, L. Crum, N. Dick, R. Colbert. Third row, left to right: W. Craver, B. Spencer S. Conn, B. Darnron, A. Rogers, N. Perry, M. Drewry, J. Crowley, D. Perhealth, B. Council K. Hartsell, E. Deal. .u ...i--ig wc" ' 11 . ,... 1 2 all l '. T T sl EY' HOME ROOM ll6-Front row left to right: D. Garrett, H. Estes, J. Fowler, M. Ellenson, A. Ellis, J. Ernbler, M. Suskind, C. Ellis, D. Pearce, J. Ewell, R. Gallins, E. Emory, D. Street. Sec- ond row, left to right: Mr. Turley, K. Womack, N. Fenney, C. Gardner, K. Pearce, P. Petteway, D. Stetler, J. Parks, B. Evans, M. Fisher, J. Drewry, J. Tolbert, G. Duncan. Third row, left to right: R. Eastman, G. Edmonds, B. Faison, S. Edwards, D. Gardner, B. Forrest, G. Dye, R. Sweeney, C. Dixon, R. Evans, J. Coffey, L. Terry. 22 FO D THIS O T 55,6 9 HOME ROOM ll7 Left to right first row S Perry G Gull W Tugwell L Hartzler P Hammonds J Hobbs C Green M Hartless A Grogan E Talbert B Hardy Second row Mr Bass V Edwards E Hams F Frnedland J Gllman P Hamslton N Gordon M Harcum P Goodwln J Hate B Taylor Thnrd row R Harrell F Gnllespxe J Hall F Gary J Frank F Hammond E Haley R Francns R Fowler J I I HOME ROOM l23 Left to rlght fnrst row J Johnson W Johnson J Kudd B Kerns V Kent K Jones G Parker S Keithley C Harper Second row P Hoyle D Jett F Haw kms R Hams B Jones B Houston P Johnson Muss Sue Kelly Thlrd row J Powell S Veazey P Turner J Harrison B Helmnntoller L Jones S Taylor P Hogan A Jones C Thomas HOME ROOM l26 Left to rnght fnrst row Mrs Marston O Blakenshup J Bost C Anas C Brewer E Breeden W Alford J Breuard F Alley M Allman Second row D Carroll J Beach C Anspack B Avant J Phllps J Benthall J Anker S Vernon C Bell J Berzms Thnrd row B Block K Olshansky P Bauley B Allen K Baker R Beasley B Anker S Barefneld F Boyd R OMalley E Baughan 23 , 5- " - Us - . . J' ff - ,F SQA." .1.l -5 e 'g ".-, A :J 1 2 ' 1 l V .. X "' l I V 1 . l"'!4 Ee JF I 1 J 4 . I v x ' , Hg., - ' , ' : . , . ', . , . , . , . , . I, ,w , .' , . V , . . : . ,' . . , . , .. , . , .. V , . , . , . , . , . .' 1 . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . J 'J l A l y 1 A X A WJAVU ff . NW 2' ' L L U' fl X A WJ' g N4 l ' vu rt V' Z' M M, UJL4 , Q an 1. ,VXII s O9 r frift , ' ssl , wf . f A , M,,Vf fr f V ,'l'.l, A ffm" A lllff 'll 0 J C sf MW U. fi, J i 1 l f , ff - ' 5 ' : . , . , . ' , . , Q 4. , . 4 , . , . , . .- : . ' , . , . - , . , . , A. , 1 , . 1 . , . , A , - , - , - , - f V , - , '4 ,K K' O 4 Q j ' f up ,- A4 2 ' 5 if ' l 0 J lf- ! ,"' , 4 I .i lf.. ., ,, I, . I . u -F f l 5 ' I A xv 1 ' lg X - ' , ' 2 .. , . ', . , . , . A , 4. , . , . ll , . - , . , . , . , . . : , , , , . , , , . , . , . V 1 , . , . , . , . . THEIR CO TRIBUTIO TU HOME ROOM 203 - Lett to right, first row: S. Pinner, E. Collins, B. Crickenberger, M. Smith, M. Cherry, L, Phillips, C. Harrison, P. Jarnerson, B. Prillaman, B, Bowden, B. Cannon. Second row: Mrs. Parker, F. Bryant, G. Collins, J, Murden, A. Carter, W. Sparrow, J. Conepa, P. Burton, W, Bottom, R. Burroughs. Third row: B. Bryant, B. Bunting, A. Burns, N. Collins, C. Back, F. Bowen, J. Parianous, R. Bradley, R. Clark, B. Fowler. nb HOME ROOM 207 -Left to right, first row: R. Manning, V. Lavender, H. Burcher, J. Meade, A. Kyle, L. Letchworth, G. Lawson, N. Kulm, D. Lindsay, M. Koskinas, B. Hunter. Second row: Miss Free, B. Roady, D. Patton, S. Lipes, J. Lentz, T. Koger, C. Robertson, W, Lotts, R. Mahn, P. Hoaker. Third row: J. Lupton, H. Margeras, A. Livesay, B. Leach, H, Nochman, T. Levy, B, Little, V. Kennedy, J. Cowan, D, Loving, F. Landon. The mice wait anxiously in line to receive their passports and colors from Howard Todd, President, and Jimmy Morgan, Vice-President. WERE M n HOME ROOM 208 Left to right first row Mrs Cliff V Martin R Morgan J White R Moore B Morris R Markowitz C Matthews M Matthew P Moore Second row K Metts J McMahon R Walker R Wade J McMahone T Mauser C Manzne P Thompson B Moell E Mellor Third row F Mays C Marrs J Morris H Mulder R McKee R Spackman J Meador P Morris B McKinms J Marshall J Thomas G Sparos T Sandler A Simms J Shapiro L Queensberry C Queen B Settles Second row Miss Callahan J Mosier M Smith B Hiroon D Ritter A Turnage T Scott B Smith R Sarin B Sorokin Third row J Sammons K Roberts K Powell W Smith C Smith P Su G Smith V Russ G Pollard R Phil ps l r-1:6 i HOME ROOM 3l5 Left to right first row B Venoble E Butler S Turner K Weinstein J Wellington K Vretos C Nachman S Walker A West K Myers Second row Mrs Conn F Ward C Williams D Wilkins G Windley J Woodlief T Wells S Mueller C Zena M White Third row B Williamson H Walks J Barnes J Hauser S Williams C White hurst J Womack C Whitehurst G Woolark S Vanover 25 I 1' ' - ? gl v 1- I I l - f 4 ' 1 . 5' 1 , - 1 ' , ' 2 . ' , . A, . , . ' , . , . , , , . , . s, . . 4 2 . , , V 1 4 , E3 1 1 is J ' ., 4 1 ' ,ss 2' 'E i V'- " Y 'f' J, r 1 4 'K 5 I 1 . ,Q4 K l v . HOME ROOM 309-Left to right, first row: R. Sawyer, D. Saunders, B. Smith, J. Shillings, '4 I ' I I' . I 5 I. ' - I ' I ' ' ' . , . . 2 . , . , . , . , . , , C H, . ' , . , A , . 'li , .J -- -' ' TQ ' - .-4' ,- X 1 ' f , J ' ' . , V . I J Q OO .L . - z ,J .K . Discussing the 9th grade plans for the year are, left to right, Eleanor Fowler, Secretary, Frank lvey, President, and Peggy Dail, Executive Board Representative. HOME ROOM 105 - Front row, left to right: Miss Key, J. Ravenscroft, J. Bright, J. Musika, C, Burns, C. Brown, P, Dail, E. Buckley, J. Barrow, C. Campbell, J. Baker, D. Johnson, B. White. Second row, left to right: J. Antine, J. Bond, M. Blayton, C. Vetter, K. Bartlette, C. Lively, H. Fisher, D. Barbour, E. Eastman. Third row, left to right: F. Anderson, P. Boyd, D. Bradley, W. Alley, J. Barber, W. Barbrey, F. Benson, J. Bean, R. Oliver, D. Apperson. '39 HOME ROOM 2l4-Front row, left to right: C. Jones, N, Major, F. lvey, M. Klesmer, B. Carroll, R. Lockhart, M. Campbell, P. Coalter, C. Hewitt, B. Ryan, R. Johnson. Second row, left to right: Miss Krisch, C. Ingram, E. Joyner, B. Jenkins, D. Hubbard, G. Howard, J. Chris- man, J. Spivey, L. Kemp, J. Carney, R. Bender. Third row, left to right: M. Parnell, J. Jones R. Carleton, T. Musika, R. Lebron, K Knight, M. Jones, C. Kerman, I. Helterbran, H. Horton 1 26 THEIR SPIRIT WAS GRE T N if iv HOME ROOM 3Ol Front row left to nght M Walker F Thomas J Wheeler K Wade B Womble G Way B Dall C West J Brewer M Olson E Walker Second row left to nght Mass Suttle B Wolf G Kemp J Turner W Clarke J Vxnes C Tolbert K Turpnn E Webb T Howard Third row left to nght J Tesh J Tnmberlake R Turner J Wult J Wnllns B Gordon J Morewntz W Coddung J Woodard M Ray R Phelps l HOME ROOM 304 Front row left to nght J Rose S Smuth J Saunders B Smuth G Spnvak R Smnth C Starlung G Tart S Taylor S Scoggm Second row left to nght Mrs Wrxght C Strader E Sweeney R Talbott R Strickland C Snelling R Smith M Todd T Solomon C Nlckey Thnrd row left to nght J Turnage J Collnns H Stnckland N Thomas S Spencer B Brown R Thweatt J Nnckey B Tucker W Steele Phar- Vg' HOME ROOM 308 Front row left to nght J Brooks F Eure M Ford A French P Pat terson A Harnson J Hall E Fowler G DeMoss B Perry Second row left to nght Mass Schaffer A Gallnns L Henderson W Collms E Wlse W Gary J Hamllton A Davus C Fox Third row left to nght C Hehl W Gatllng J Gorrall W Hancock H Conn L Famnl ant D Ellns N Hanre E Drewery R Forbes C Genobles 27 1 1 - 1 1 4:45 J I ,, - I .J . 6 , A Nj .I .. E..-1.-I ,...,:. .,,.,3..:., ' K- , ,xv ' . N! V T 1 ,, , I -9 , x 1 . A ' ,I . , . w f Q. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . , : . . ,. . , 2. ,. ,. , . ,,,.,--, . Q no rug 1 Q N4 f , . " ,r , l . - 4 L' T 'rl ., ,, K. 1 . 1 . ,. 1 ' Y ' 2 I 1 4 I ,, ' - D:- 'C - , 2. ,. , . ,. ,. - ,. ,- ,- ,- ,- - , I ,. ,. ,. ,, ,. . THEIR T LE TS WERE UNLI ITED i i i ?'! HOME ROOM 3lO-Front row, left to right: B. Dunn, B. Mears, C, Overman, G. Moore, R. Nalls, B. Morton, L. Stetler, N. Midkiff, J. Stone, J, Martin, B. Nuckols. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Shelton, R. Gary, J. Nettles, J. Kelly, M. Newton, R. Miller, J. Forrester, J. Blanche, B. Minnick, B. Meadow. Third row, left to right: S. Nesbitt, R. Morgan, L. Langston, B. Murphy, L. McKinsey, P. Nicoloi, B. Leonard, B. Parton, N. Oldfield, J. Norman. 'X' S Ft 1 A 2 4 HOME ROOM 3l7 -Front row, left to right: Miss King, F. Simmons, P. Poteate, G. Poschall, D. Goskill, C. Sutherland, J. Mowry, P. Frist, L. Preville, M. Patrick, K. Elmore. Second row, left to right: L. Rucker, C. Phillips, L. Powell, B. Proctor, R. Rowsey, J. Burnett, D. Rouse, C. Hiemenz, E. Neal, M. Duck. Third row, left to right: R: Parrish, R. Brocey, D. Hinnant L. Philbeck. B. Seward. L. Pleet. M. Powell, G. West, C. Rawls. 1 The 9th grade tournament play cast, left to right, Aretie Callins, Carol Starling, Howard Fisher, Rus- sell Parrish, and Linda Pleet take time out between scenes to chat O while. The lOth grade officers, left to right, Jack Tesh, Pres- ident, Evelyn Fryer, Secretary, Dick Wynne, Vice- President, and La Rhue Nettles, Honor Council Repre- sentative, stop at the "Y" for a few minutes to play one of the "Top 3O." .ng zmfuvun-A 1 ,. HOME ROOM IO4-Front row, left to right: Mr. Deppe, C. Proffit, L. Sale, P. Sawyer, R. Thorton, D. Volhein, L. Queensberry, T. Zwerdling, L. Rowe. Second row, left to right: M. Rosenwasser, P. Richards, E. Willett, J. Raynor, L. Scoggin, B. Rouse, J. Monick, D. Peltz, D. Pomyer, K. Roberts, R, Lavender. Third row, left to right: D. Walker, R. Bland, M, Saund- ers, A, Redford, V, Rosser, B. Raane, B. Schofield, L. Powell, V. Smith, J. Phillips. HOME ROOM lO9 - Front row, left to right: G. Breeden, R. Wynne, Mr. Levy, P. Cutchins B. Conn, M. Edwards, C. Dailey, O. Dinwiddie, S. Daniels, S. Deuell, B. Darnell, P. Cooper Second row, left to right: l. Chilcoat, V. Turnage, C. Bryant, B. Bradley, N, Collins, C. Powell G. Canavos, G. Bunting, J. Cross, D. Vidales. Third row, left to right: C. Bradley, J. Cates R. Byrne, G. Farnsworth, E, Bunting, M. Ellenson, K. Kelly, M. Comer, G, Johnson. 29 1 1 1 THEY WERE P CKED 4 J Nz 'Kal E 3 1 11' HOME ROOM ll2 Front row left to rnght A Bost J Barnes P Bowman J Carden A Cam J Cherry E Cashuon B Bott J Burnette Second row left to rnght Muss Todd W Stephens D Hardy W Agee R Hanna W Whntmore W Baker D Goldenbaum Thurd row left to nght M Case P Balanus L Brudgers J Hogan S Brady T Wnlknnson R Johnson D Amns C Balams B Horns ROOM 2Ol Front row left to nght G Vanness E Doeppe W Daughtry B T Metts S Conn G Artman L Cutchms B Burns D Hart H Dlxon Second row right Muss Gray R Thorpe K Hawk R Atway J Pannell J Van Noy B Derr R Beazley Thnrd row left to nght P Hartzler A Hanrahan G Gaskun D L Garrnck S Young M Ellmore M Hartless S Faber E Fryer H Flax tl B Pananous L Nettles HOME ROOM 206 Front row left to rught J Moore J Ownby P OMalley S Nelhouse P Penmngton M Morton F Canrel V Davndson A Calhoun Second row left to rught Mr Wllley W Kulgore T Morgan D Mollnck V Meares A Marshall D Shelburne J Miller D Genobles Thurd row left to rnght M Markos N Mtl ton C Spam M McCormack G Lavender J Dcbblns C Faason D Baker 30 r- ' . -. , 11 l ee , , I sf' -- rf I l '. " T11 "C K 1- l,x I I l ff' - Lf :gl fl ., i ,li-'ll 'J "rw t l l ' l ..J' ,! X 4' fx N, 1'1" ,-A 0' 1 gil I ' ff' 1 , , ,. gf? ll! ,L.'llJ 4, ' l ' J ' ' v n P F ff lf' f l f J J .1 Hr' ll' X T ' . - L 'ff A I 1 - - 1 - 1 - - 1 l- 1 .W ' 3 if , - 1 - , . , . - , I , - fl' - n", ', . , . , ,. f . J , , , . . V . l 'fy , , J' I I . I , . U , . , . , , , . , . 'A ,- ff . , . , . , I I , ' .I ' IQ ' r 1, D it P V! . I If all n rl 1 1 , H4 I, , V - f . , 5 y ' , 1 , , .......- X ' 3 0 1 4 X if "lt tx S1 .P 3 QV . I 7 5 ' 'Q . . 3 U 5 lv M -- L- 1 5 f 1 - -7,- w 1 ,J e J xg? N J f X -4 'w f A fj ' X do art, - 1 1- ,- ey 2 , an , . , - , . , . , AV . 'J G. . . , I , , . , . , , E :. A C... . J' , l A tv J l -2' M 1' ' - Q , l 4 P- '. V i T I l ' I ' I ' I I ' I FULL OF E ERGY L HOME ROOM 222 - Front row, left to right: Miss Sherman, M. Mays, M. Mason, C. Mageras, K. Mahone, A. Mabe, S. Kronheimer, S. Minnelstein, B, Keller, T. Christian, J. Benton, A. Creal. Second row, left to right: B. Cobel, A. Kantsios, S. Dauphinais, L. Crickenberger, H. Timberlake, E. Wilson, B. Marshall, A. Vellines, H. Meredith, J. Richards, D. Outland. Third row, left to right: J. Kirby, R. Wyatt, W. Knight, L. Powells, J. Kersey, M. Mears, J. Cobel, M. Loose, K. Case, B. Laine. 'I fvbf HOME ROOM 305-Front row, left to right: J. Tesh, R. Heflin, E. Scoggin, E. Finch, M. Strickland, P. Vaughan, M. Swann, S. Smith, J. Walters, C. Todd, D. Sloop. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Graves, W. Pressley, B. Jones, W. Horton, D. Jones, J. Taylor, T. Sparkman, N. Shaw, R. Sisson, Third row, left to right: L. Merrit, J. Scott, B. Swain, W. Thomas, N. Stewart, B. Benson, B. Tilghman, L. Quinn, R. Guilliams. Really "letting themselves go" to that good old Rock and Roll ryhthm are a group of enthusiatsic N.N.H.S. students at one of our recent dances. D EVEN C RRIED IT .-4 HOME ROOM 3l2-Front row, left to right: S. Jones, F. Braxton, S. Torn, F. Allred, R. Adelman, J. Link, L. Lockhart, L. Spackman, C. Letts, F. Lawson, W. Timberlake. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Hoyle, D. Faulkner, R, Field, H. Gold, T. Leyland, H. Good, D. Ellis, A. Willey, J. Wilson, F. Brown, Third row, left to right: E. Finkle, J. Lamberth, J, Krause, J. Drewry, B. Fitzgerald, W. Gray, J. Grubbs, D. Tugwell, R. Hedrick, J. Leake, HOME ROOM 3l6-Front row, left to right: C. Holloway, A. Hooper, V. Hartsell, J. Har- rell, M, Hudgins, C. Stanley, A. Foster. Second row, left to right: Mr. Mays, D. Edwards, T. Elvington, H. Gary, P. Kelly, F. Hitchens, P. Horton, J. Hanna. Third row, left to right: M. Doughty, C. Casvikes, S. Oppenheimer, S. Forbes, F. Hinnant, K. Hawley, J. Humphrey, H. Fenigsohn. Helen Flax, left, and Donald Mol- lick, right, two tenth graders, pause from their study of plant leaves in biology class. TO THEIR W' A We 'J1 ral r. Robinsofv nd Miss Key, llth grade sponsors, watch s Ev ' Casey and Jerry Saunders, Junior Dance Com- gj F313 demonstrate the latest dance craze. Chnvalry us dead' thunk Betty Jean Dall left llth grade Secretary and Carolyn Clark rlght Honor Council Rep resentatnve as left to rught Johnny Mitchell President Jimmy Mooney Vnce President and Jummy Shares Honor Councul Representative stand by unconcerned '06 33 The llth grade commuttee heads left to right Jummy Mooney Usher Ann Hutche son Rnng and Fred Coddung Decoratuon have a brief meeting to dnscuss the Junxor events Mussong from the picture ns Judy Blechman Co Chanrman of the Decoration Commuttee I I 1 i I 'I t D 0 rf I 0 ' f f , n I . . r . ' 8' I I l T x V I p .2 ff' U A S I 1 Xu. --4 f -lf Judy Durwood Katherine Abbott Adams Adams 1 i AX 6- 9' Q. X Pat Rosemary Morton Beck Bell Binder C' , it 'X ,,".:' ' if X l x Pat Nancy Bill Branch Brashear Brewer Q 5' ' , sw 5, - Evelyn Eugene Carolyn Casey Chapman Clark E J A ' L Phil Collins ANTICIP TED Ellen Anas Helen Etta Irene Ronald Avant Baker Banks Bass Newell Jud Pat Dennis Betty Ann Y Blayton Blechman Bloxom Bowman Mary Ellen Joan Pat Ellsworth Brewer Burcher Burke Burton is A1 John Clark Richard James Harry M. Margaret Blain!! Coltrane Comer Covert Cowan Crum Bracey A -2? Pat Cannon f . Sk , Lee Betty Jpan tchins lDa il J ' S- K 4 BA Virginia Doi Leonard Dunford Frank Ferguson William Dongler 1' Marlin Y 'f .1 Elaine Ferrell ' -nf William Gwynn I 5. l Robert Helminto Jewell Hamner Hilton ller Henderson 7-4 Douglas Davis Webb Edwa rds Michael Frlerman Gloria Hand Wanda Hodge Kay Davis Yvonne Eggleston James Gay Agnes Dick Horace Elvington Cammie Dick Nelson Ewell 'E Dreamadon Dillon K va' i Douglas Gayle Ronnie Fallln Farrar Ulu. van Ralph Jerry Sh ley Goldberg Goldstein Grogan GUY Bi y Hanrohan Jane Hoffman 2 Peggy Hartsell A Marcia Hoffman 35 Fred Hayman Bette Lee Heath EV i n7Hvr.fA a Helmick Norma Jean Woody Brickey Howell Hudson Hughes 4' I, J A 4 5. fi ' A f i x L ' A - - V ' J'll 1 ,.... as e 4' .A F ' V' vs 4' l A' .QA A , . '-1 .f rf l -' A. 'E' . 'ff ' it 1 3 N Eb ' A . Y 0 . x A , "' ' we Q' 9 5 V 'n f ,- 'F S' ' -if I .ll F' .12 X. - , 4 H x A - ' I ir 'N le. 5 4' Q 22 -f F t . ..... Ev A fl 1 A "' 1 fm " H P f 5 1 f THEY LOOKED FORWARD TO Anne Hutcheson Dovld lonec Tony LoPudes 'Y' Mory Mogonn Borbo ro Johnson oncy Keesee Anne Lee Lllloston Donold Johnson Horry Keller Bw. tsl I I Douglas Mory Robert Bobby Johnson Johnson Johnson Jones Borboro Kemo it PeQQY Colleen Lovuc Luke Edno Carolyn Mortnn McCormuck Sh Jnmmy Annetto George Mooney Moore Morewntz Noncy McCormack Q Jullo Morris Jomes Morne Lucy Ann Kev Knnq Knnlock Dovld Lundqulst "!""P Bobb Moddy Cho rlotfe Jones Dons Londen Mortho Mogonn nm Hulbert McDonald McLowhorn fo Gov Dovld Morrnson Newton John Mlfthell Klffy Norrnon 153 Delores Monfolcone Pofnclo Owen l ll' yfl' I M . y m y Q I 5' 6 1 . ' 'Q 'Q' 'gl G .' , Q. y In .' .V V .4 J- J A. J . N n . A , C. Oh Q1 ,. V .R 4 Q - X A 22 M JN . . . I . Y 'l I J 2 Q fi 4 J in 1 ' 93 v . ff , 'ff 6 , '4,'... 1 , fl . . . J' . 'zz' 5 ff 'E' Ns' , -v 36 EARI G CAP AN Zoe Steve Pappas Paruanous Maxlne Porter Petty Phlllrps ndrew Puckett Queensberry on Pearl George Pu Jkm Erleen Rash A Courtney Jerry Calmet Russ Saunders Sawyer -V W Hazel Helen Jane Eugene Peg ram Peg ram Penn Pete rs Barbara Beverly Pressley Adruenne Plemmons Powell Powell Price Albert Frances Janey Mae Evelyn Reese Roane Roberts Rose Wrllram Sawyer Jrmmy Bertha Bruce Clenton Shlres Smith Smuth Smuth Frances Sonja Schernman Settles r l Donald Smnth Eleanor Seward Gene Peters Rnchord Prmce Larry Ruhlond Sandra Sherman Frances Harold Manme Smith Smith Smrth 1 I 'Z' , ' I 9 I H 0' . f. A , n I -1, L 'lv 'll V nr" ,Af 0 I , 3 ' A A ' 4 b 1 Q S M g ,L A , gf l v J Q , E. Q. , Q . 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A l ll , SE IURS' cz , Norma or es Davud o Carol Lolly W lson Wase Wltton Workman Wornom Wynne p. lu-'S Jerry Saunders left and John ny Mitchell right candidates for the presidency of the stu dent body good naturedly knd each other about the outcome of the sprung election YA. of Headung the 57 Anchor staff wall be left to rlght Betty Jean Dall Editor and Agnes Duck and Evelyn Casey Co Assustant Editors f.. Pat Helmuck left and Morcua Hoffman TW center are next years Co Editors of the Beacon Bruce Smlth rnght wnll work with gm them as the Assistant Editor 'Qi-NWA I ir '5Q,In A 'Lf' 1 , an ,fp .a. A 1- , .5 -1'm' .. Y I ,SL.,.g3,, F vm'-tv? V! ,I .C ,lon -Iv 'wg , "N 5 'ns hi "'9rv.,. J, S. J D .1 M Q f - V H I -, . A -7. "' .,"'- 43-A Ai , Q ,gy f '- 1, ,f-'M V' . A wi .x.,,, o H, 1 f W ' . .1.. . '11 1 QM 'W ' ,- 1 M gui, , , ' ' ' If '. JJL-'Y . 1 xrnjvuigi asf U 7 ' fm! 71 ,ij r J Q2547- " . w ' x , gf ,lf 42' J?--. f W Q 1' ' . :iw Qs. 42" . . 1 -,W , A ' Q , L., ' 14 ., i- 4? 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Mm ff ,-ffffl in uk .iff 'P :W X-is '- f .f'Y'7w4, p 32-if 571 1 9 +' Qggnvii L - 5' I KV 'J QW'-A, ,"f2" V . , fi ,. l f' 1 'J 1"? ff - ' ,., 1, tbl 1 , , 1,jF,tgy.v K 4 , xy 4 . .l Y y K I J X u 'Z A "' 'X . 'Wx ingk Q I -fi ff l fkf' ,V y, .1 fl nf jxlyr 1 'Z '-2. 1, L, f 1-P' ,, , ftffvi-f Q r ' ' f 4 , . f -f ff! K 1 j 46 fl , rg I ,- 1 f . I 7 , ' Y' 1 4- THE K OWLEDGE WE GAI ED HERE f-:ya l l One period ot a D O students day ns spent nn Tommy Leyland a geography student ponnts the classroom learnnng the fundamentals of a out to Betty Castle the country they have just vocation whuch they can use after graduation tlnashed studylng as IS shown by Dnllard Cruckenberger and Mr Bennett x? Preparnng for that next bug game Sally Scog No these gurls havent lost thenr mnnds' They gun as seen sewnng an N on her cheerleading are just trying out exerclses to music In thenr sweater nn sewlng class gym class 42 ILL PRO E I V ABLE DIE E NNEE 3 Wallis Pressley left and Clenton Smith right are shown at the prlntung machlne preparing to run oft tickets for a school PGY '29 Mary Catherine Todd and Donald Golden baum gave their opunnons after reading a poster exhnbnted nn French class Physics student Tom Hughes explains the laws at non parallel forces to classmate Mary Ann Weaver OUR CL SSROOM F RIE D HIP WILL "This is the shape of a triangle," Sally Macfarlane explains to Bill Saunders in solid geometry class. ln wood shop Jimmy McDonald left and Roy Fox right put the finishing touches on the head piece of a bed R D Williams and Celia Coltrain learn how to operate a mimeograph machine in the new Office Practice class Enfve ff yi E DURE THRUUGH M Y YE R Je a n Wulluams IS taknngdlctatnon from a Soundscnb er one of the many machlnes u S e d In the n e w Busuness Machines class N Jane Hoffman left and Calmet Sawyer rlght Edward Doeppe left Guy Vanness center and are setting up the apparatus for a chemistry Bill Rouse rnght practrce thenr best shots In phy experiment Chemustry students learn about the slcal education hopzng that they wnll make the chemncal changes un matter and are gnven a Varsnty Basketball team someday chance to observe them x, fx ar. ,X .1 X ' 1 . . . I ' A R I . ' ,A X l , y x . 9- e . 'wx l 2 .Q , I ,rf K ,C 1 . IQ ' y 'fliiff 5'-W -f f f' A I I I .. I . . I I I I l I I . . . I . I . . - ' 1 45 WORKI GA O E f. Z ala -+1 In Foods class Barbara Bolt 'mes her luck wnfh Explaining her algebra homework Nancy Old the fatest reclpe Helplrmg her with the cooking fleld works Slowly and carefully so as not fo are Betty Perry left and Kay Wade rlght make a mustake 1- A Jimmy Crubbs left and Dormne Tugwell right realize practuce makes perfect as they spend many hours workurmg wnfh their trampefs In Sensor Band class 46 OLVED O R PROBLEMS Wu Carol Stanley left and Jackie Hanna right acquire knowledge about their native country in U S His tory class as Mr Powers points out various sections of the United States on the map .- LATIN l KGREEND SOURCES lwym -'IJ-" gf' Betty Jean Dail briefly studies her shorthand be- Cope Hiemenz displays some Latin projects fore taking a reading test, which have taken many hours to make. 47 TOGETHER. WE HOULDERED Pat Wnlmoth concentrates on the lesson for the Brent Tillman concentrates on what to do about day In typmg class ln this class one can learn bus next droftnng problem the baslc prnncuples of typing and acquire a ropud rate LIVI 'Til ii P A Breeden points out to Rosalle Larrurnore the tact that as cltnzens we have the raght to contracts enforced by law 48 nb H 0 , NG ' -A .A E , ZTILT' Y... lf. 3 53: --M- kf' ...OM 111:11 '-'-'fm' ' K W-W-'J '.:3:." , """ . ,grew l """ fig 3.1-: ........ H W, , .,,,,, :::::i ...V g1:.: -....... - mm, .-.MW ......... ,.-.,-, ....... .. ..... l vi 1:51 3 -", - :Lt '-" '- ll f .1111 .... ! ' ,4 ' ZTLILZ ,':',. i Y: ,. ., :.,-- ,,, ' 2 .-.... ........ Jig, fe 22211 :,.,."' I - 2:32 v-""""-' J 4 W ::.:i: --- : V---W-0 'IT ' T ----' 12' f , 'i"" .... 4 - I :L':: ...- l , -.-- - -..- ' , 5' .1 IST: 'IT' ' l , , , "g,,g, ........, A ,, liz: ""'..... L :ISI 521 -g, 1 , 1,13 ?:l-- -7 . .,-. , , , , l ,::::' ......-- gm, f Ti --1:-,':g "' t a--..- ... g, , ,K :...-- "J, 'ZITI' , Wig? .,..,...""'.f1".- I YQ-iff L""" """ ..,..- fe-- ......-. -- V Q.- , ' ' I O R RE PO IBILIT IE 'G l 2 l Dovud Camp Dianne O Rourke Eugene Chapman Margo Whute and Hubert McLawhorn left to rnght pause In thought durung a test In D E class NN, Ruby Johnson left and Felucua Welnhold nght Joyce Barrow left Mlllard Thomas center and observe changes nn plants and record them un John Southworth rzght look amused as they thexr bvology notebooks llsten to the play back of thenr vonces rn speech class 49 ' n .5 . -J si ,- X l , -J Q .l v J - . , X 'A f ,qu J , - lx H .- . - . . , . . - I I l I I 5 ,Q 44 I .4 f .I -.f 'V -fklfi -- as 'f - ' Q inf .A K ., 'R -3 eq' Q V X r ' I 1 . ,,, mb, X " I , I J , , I f I f 1 WE WERE LEARNING T0 seem to be tokrng rn everythlng os Pom Pennnng explorns the prlnclples of sentence structure to ton left student director gives Instructions con one of her senior Englush classes Cernnng her ploy These Chorus class students ore proctucnng one of the selectlons for the Chrastrnos Assembly They ore left to right front row Pot Horton Sandro Turner ond Ozoro Dnnwuddle second row left to rrght Burt Horns Bobby Maddy Jlmmy Stroup Hervey Weinstein ond Douglas Johnson 50 9 A l Wx A ,f . lf! , x Tzino Zwerdling, center, ond Andre Bost, right, Murroy Rowe listens ottentively os Miss Suttle BECOME FUTURE CITIZENS' proctlce dnlngently In order to become sknlled muslclons S. l. Wulmo Benton puzzles over o protroctor whsle Robert Helmuntoller prepores bumselt for o future solvung her sensor orutbmetuc problems vocotnon by Ieornlng to operate the lotlne In ma clmne shop 51 0 K 17 E ,Aix .'r l 1 F - E , A A ln- Junior Bond members Kenny Olsbonsky, left, ond Jimmy Drewry, right, 8 -77 l a l R WE LOOK BACK ON 4 l u ir' , M N, 1, , 'Y' ':, -' N I -..-Tr. is T -sr-". 5' J, rf' J! . 8 5 ,. WV' l bv- .' We .' , A. A Y ? :ali 1.f' . l,l5 yi a ,gf 41-Fifi' AQ ri an ,v"' , .Ag " ua tl I yv ' . nv ' . . "'. GK lib' 'td' JZ? Q Ai. KX-X 'Q . 5. . S A ' ' Q pr .M qt. ,dgw-Q ...Q-A ., ,,.,x .A ...Y ,TN v . NH " we Q rv rs-' YNY 1" t"'5i"" Q' fa, nf 4? f . IT AS HECTIC B T FU Mary Ann Weaver Chalrman of the Newcomers Com muttee Introduces the offncers Hall of Fame and sponsor for the l955 Mouse Assembly Left to rlght Jeanene Anker Mary Frances Kosklnas 1.4 Harrnet Nachman Joe Shapiro Mary Ann Weaver Carlene Matthews and Mr Powers Come out and play wnth me sung these three lnttle gurls left to rught Helen Estes Gene Colllns and Bonnie Taylor 54 A or ay we re sailors say Margaret Margaret as they t capers nn he radntuonal NPA Seeln double? No just Marlene and Carlene Mat thews playnng a duet In the assembly Jimmy Morgan and Howard Todd pre sent rubbons and membershup cards to the mace as the student bodv clans their approval I Ill. n I I I ' II P I I All F J i I t ' . I l , 1 K 4 Q ll Aj .Y X . . ' . ' AQ I I I x . E I l . I I I I I I I ' ' ' ' lL ' W K ' l 1 , lv l L1 X, V I , 7 L5 4 ll ' I ll - ' I I l l ll ' II ' . . I - ' 1 .3 f I I b Q xi?-TZ'-7 Y, 3 s , ff ff f A "1 , . NAP H gffifa M A 4,1-15 pil 52 SA Q 9 min H gif' G-st ig 1 Com Sfeod Y 1-I ASI: 4 Wie f gif.. .J 4 ,V - A Y I "'-"T E l in ' Q 0 2 Y 1 ' . ' , x . ' V . " 4, x ,f ' Q '- f A ,. 'I K 1 gl , A l- K .1 - I' -ix A - -nn-v-I a Santo trips the light J , If fontosfic. -F 4 an , . ,-1-1 ,Q .. . Ag ,- ,V V- ..5g'-m-1t.Lg7:,,-K. . X f'-5' -'f--2,3 .- K ' , ,5 ,4 -A, k --:gg -. all .. ORKED ON MANY PROJECT JOII Exleen Rash smules prettnly as she stops to ad mnre a March of Dimes poster Students gnve generously to thrs annual drlve The Thanksglvung Assembly wlth nts church luke atmos phere created a feelmg of medltatlon and thanksgnvmg among the students An Austrian exchange student Elms abeth Breyer told the student body the many thlnqs Amer: cans should be thankful for 56 Letters' Letters' And more letters' Here we have a day on whlch all students wear letters they have earned un the var: ous actlvltles of the school Jsmmy Morgan Chaxrman of the House and Grounds Committee presents our new Clean up Plaque to Loss Anne Bond seventh grade representatuve for Homeroom 220 79' Q I THE 2 he L r H Q 0 'tl I I is ttt' ff" , , u' . C . I ' . I ..- I - I THE STUDE T CO CIL off' puns o heort Yeordley Fowler fnrst Dlner of the Week pouses ond smlles for the photographer dur :ng her lunch hour -.55 ide Are you o friendly Typhoon? osks Kay Roberts os she on Roy Perry Judy Slovnn Chorrmon of the Behovror Code Committee ond Mr Plummer Sponsor ofthe Honor Councul chot wnth Pot Helmlck wm ner of the toll Honor Week Contest Solly Scoggun stops to odmure the ottroctrve bulletrn boord orronged by the School Splnt Committee 57 ' . .f' ' J ca C f fn I N" l vm' " , M C, ff , up , - J aa ' : y .A - ,. sr' Aw , , - 9 " .X ' I , ff - ' iw , ' , 5-cf, V ' 'f .1 X Lx . ' 1 lt f X he 1 L f LW f tr In ll ' ll I I . . . ' I ' I . ' . I . . I I ' , I , , O , . I S ' l. 5 I ll , Q3 7 A A , l . 4 IK, . 1 J . l r ' A fl ll ' l ' - if E 13 7 - I ' ' 1' Q . 5 I .. I 1 5 , 1' ' l 1 l ., l f' , E PLANNED VARIGU I cant open my locker Dlnwlddle to Bull Martln who as always wulllng .Z is Are you an early brrdp Well many students arrive at school long before regular hours but the maids are always here to accomodate our needs X' Z, Mrs Lucrlle Wllllams our school nurse examunes Lester Terry s sore throat w-...hw S A dally gab sesslon goes on at the faculty table durlng the lunch hour 58 lf ' l r ll 1 H I I l v l wg f ' f 1 yi ' l s ' 1 , r . ,. , M f , . n I v My 1 I X ' K X7 4 I , ,l ' . , ' J f ji ?.,.f . . I . . I I . X Q xxx N , 5 x f 5+ ' Q , i X I ' flnffgill X H . , 4 fl if , .. fl ' , l - ' if , xl ' l- fs: W ' v l" . 4 , ' ' N ., ' X- f' - A ll Q . -. ' ir A f 1 'ijxz 's "Al V 'K . 7 s I f ki - II . II , ' Q- 4 ' . SSEMBLIE A D CHOOL DA CE Luke o true southern gentlemen Bo Rob erts ossnsts Sandro Nesbutt at the water toun M-S. 5 Horold Horplne Chonrmon of the Cofeterro Committee Red fnnolly completes hns colorful dlsploy for Communlty Chest Week Thus W thes were united unde gonnl 6 s ond I druves Together TSS tom W94'Ch Mr Keesee Assistant Prnnclpol presents Howord To with the coveted Juluon Cordon Trophy Thus given yeorly to the most voluoble ployer on our foo I team fwjjfffe 59 JW J t J .,, I C v ,ik .ly vt -s 1 , I 91. 4 X Q vp I N" X Q 1 N lf' E S524 .JV L1 few Qi I: 'yi ' AFP! fm! wrfff' A A M Q .pw n mf.,,,Vk21',.-'f "' ' Qfvw ,,g :mv 1 ' 9, ,I 4? Aj' ,JSJS Af' nf, W, nf? S 4 X 4. , x. K u ! " 1 . CHOOL LIFE WAS TERRIF IC! "Just restin'," soy Seniors, left to right, Anne Brodshow, Jo Wotson, Annette Domino, ond Ruby Johnson os they pouse for o moment to rest their weory feet. Exom tame' These students ore busy bontng up for the dreoded E Doy' 5.1 Here we fund hordworklng members of the Beacon ond Anchor stoff dnlngently recording the yeors events for our school publncotnons 5.4! Chow The hoppnest tlme of the doy' .,..--'W' I jg from KA Q 'Q' WT Haw' ML ,5 .f gf gn ,A pam 'W 55 ,L 935, , ,Q,4fy"5+, Q 351 . jfvkfl Q, ff sf ' .af-+4 .,,. A..A, E , ,.A,.:,,:. I ,.,, E-fffv, I MFG! ,f nv VARIED ACTIVITIES ,.,,, H V, Wx, ' A M? 1- . U.o.AIR FUR N W -. I -.. ..... Y 0 .. . Front row, left to right: Jerry Saunders, Mary Ann Madagan, Russell Parrish, Jimmy Morgan, Howard Todd, Betty Jean Dail, Stuart Greenspon, Ronnie Burroughs, Nancy Hawley. Second row: Yeardley Fowler, Shirley Allen, Evalane Green, Melinda Walker, Jean Baker, Sandra Nesbitt, Myrtle Morton, Becky Marshall, Norma Wilson, Janet Cross. Third row: Man- nie Smith, Harold Harpine, Joan Burcher, Pat Wilmoth, Kitty STUDENT COUNCIL-Backbone of our school, the Student Council which is composed of representa- tives from each homeroom in school, fosters senti- ment for law and order, provides opportunities for student cooperation in the internal government of the school, and gives students training for citizen- ship. This organization, under the sponsorship of Miss Ethel Gildersleeve, promotes many worthy student activities in order to better the conditions of the school. One of the major decisions of the group this year was the addition of the seventh grade to its membership. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS-With the inspiration and guidance of these leaders, we are better able to have a well-run, democratic school. The student body officers are elected by a school-wide election, and they never tail to fill their positions with the utmost efficiency. First row, left to right: Howard Todd, president, Betty Jean Dail, secretary, Miss Gildersleeve, adviser. Second row: Stuart Greenspan, treasurer, Jimmy Morgan, vice-president. 7 C-I ' -0. Norman, Evelyn Fryer, Mary Frances Koskinas, Marlene Mat- thews, Sandra Walker, LaRhue Nettles, Charlotte Jones. Fourth row: Ann Ellis, Linda Seltzer, Johnny Mitchell, Herman Gold, STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD-The Exec various committee heads, and a representative from act as a steering committee for the Student Council First row, left to riqhti LaRhue Nettles, Stuart Greenspan, Howard Todd, Miss Gildersleeve, Betty Jean Dail, Jimmy Mor- gan, Mary Ann Weaver, Second row' Charlotte Jones, Adrienne Nettles, Linda Seltzer, Betsy Roberts, Carolyn Todd, Celia ,531 I S 1 Faye Hitchens, Martha Magann, Judy Slavin, Betsy Gaye Hogge, Sandra Weaver, Fifth row: Adrienne Whit Hancock, Dick Wynne, Pat Hogan, Celia Siegel, Kulm, and Miss Gildersleeve, adviser. utive each Siefiel, Nancy Hawley, Mary Frances Kaskinas, Dick ,029 P,,'f :, gif ff , M -1,p.,A.x Roberts, Nettles, Norma Board is made up of the student body officers, class, The main function of this group is to Wynne, Sandra Weaver Third row: Teddy Farrar, Harald Harpine, Evalcne Green, Pat Xrvilneoth, Jerry Saunders, Johnny Mitchell, Peggy Dail, Judy Slayin. bg NEWCOMERS COMMITTEE- F'- Chairman: Mary Ann Weav BEHAVIOR CODE COMMITTEE -- Ca-Chairmen: Judy Slavin and Teddy Farrar gh N-1 I . Chairman: Sandra Weaver Harold Ha rpine CAFETERIA COMMITTEE - Chairman Assembly Committee, Chairman: Carolyn Todd, Remembrance Committee, Chairman: Evalane Green, Bulletin Board, Ca-Chairmen: Celia Siegel and Linda Seltzer, Scrapbook Commit- tee, Chairman: Pat Wilmothj Pound, Chairman: La Rhue Nettles. 1 QQ I li--. , .4- 1.1- BARBARA ANN DEAL COMMITTEE Chairman Charlotte Jones ,- PUBLICITY COMMITTEE aussi- E J 1 r""'SI.' SCHOOL SPIRIT COMMITTEE Chairman Nancy Hawley ...li HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE Chairman: Jerry Saunders nl Va q Chairman: Jimmy Morgan STUDENT COUNCIL COMMITTEES -The main funCticns af the Student Council Committees are to promote the many different activities in school and to think of new and unusual ways to present them to the student body, DANCE COMMITTEE - J WE EXPRESSED OUR TALE T Fsrst row left to rsght Fred Thomas Lee Avss Rschard Prsnce James McDonald Bslly Brewer Cecsl Paul Tamsey Warren Dewey Faulkner Second row Sondra Torn Donald Goldenbaum Lsnda Powell Allan Wslley Ralph Goldstesn Thsrd row Faye Allred Roslyn Adelman Frank Ferguson Ronald Bass Phsl Collsns Rschard Krause Ellsot Fsnkle James Wslson Bslly Horton Bert Smsth Joe Drewry Larry Crsckenberqer Sonny Douphsnass Fourth row Bruce Lasne Robert Hedrsck Jsmmy Grubbs Bslly Fstzqerald Bslly Cobb Wsllsam Tsmberlake Donald Ellss Kenneth Case Robert Workman Harry Covert Gary Stephenson Fred Hayman Leland Edmunds Fsfth row Durwood Adams Cecsl Msller Ivan Goldberg Bayard Tysor Julsus Benton Jae Tolly Dan Outland Ssxth row Jae Carney Jesse Kerqey AI Creal Merle Cobb Rodney Wyatt Randolph Carleton Tommy Leyland Jsmmy Rschards Herbert Tsmberlake Leonard Dunford Band led by Mr Zsmet SENIOR BAND The Sensor Band under the dsrectson of Mr Leonard Zsmet ss one of the most colorful groups sn the school They supply the peppy and roussng mussc we hear at our pep ossemblses and football games Partscspatson sn the band gsves students a chance to have fun wsth mussc whsle learnsng the JUNIOR BAND Conssstsng of a group of the younger hugh school students the Junsor Band s masn pur pose ss to further the trasnsng of sts members towards the Sensor Band Thss year under the dsrectson of Mr Russell S Csrt they have had a full schedule of octsvstses whsch sncluded partscspotson sn the All Csty Festsval and the Pensnsula Solo and Ensemble Contest as well as playsng at the J V Football games Fsrst row left to rsght Irene Helterbran Pat Goodwsn Wslma Spstzer Jerome Stone Joyce Ann Ksdd Ed Horrss Edmond Baughan DeEttea Phelps Ronald Msller Second row Tommy Scott Bslly Wsllsamscn Henry Horton Rschard Beasley Robert Cohen Margaret Allman Gresr Edmunds Thsrd row Sammy Lspes Glen Barkley John Dsckerson Wendal Wsllsamson Andy Davss Mabel Drewry Brenda Crsckenberger J C Martsn Charles Bell Bradley Ewell Rhetta Phelps Fourth row Don Rouse Judson Jones John Nsckey Charles Anspach Robert Bracey Wayne Johnson Albert Ssmms Kenny Olshansky Jsmmse Drewry Mschael Klesmer Fsfth row Rschard OMalley Ralph McKee Norman Dsck John Bergsns Ronnse Robsnson Dan Woodruff Bslly Prsllaman Ssxth row Joe Carney Randolph Carlton Wayne Bott m Phsl Turner 69 l fundamentals of group orchestration. . . 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I I - HO ORS WERE A RDED U Furst row left to rught Adruenne Nettles chaurman Mr Louus Plum mer sponsor LaRhue Nettles secretary Back row Bully Jenkuns Dennus llsh Sally Macfarlane Jeanene Anker HONOR COUNCIL For twenty years one ofthe most effucuent pounts of Newport News Hugh Schools democratuc government has been uts honor system The Honor Councul composed of students nomunated by the Executuve Board and elected by theur classes acts as a court for cases of cheatung and other honor code vuolatuons un the chool Thus group more than any other organuzatuon at Newport News Hugh School promotes honor and uprughtness of character among all the students NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membershup un the Natuonal Honor Socuety structly an honorary organu zatuon us on exceptuonal achuevement obtauned un school One not only has to be a leader and a person of the funest character but also a student of hugh standung The students un thus socuety struve to de velop a hugher sense of honor and responsubuluty un theur personal cuvuc and school Iuves Furst row left to rught Mary Ann Weaver Mrs Marguerute Parker sponsor Adruenne Nettles presudent Wurtley Raune secretary treasurer Back row Howard Todd Judy Leggette Judy Slavun Leland Edmunds 70 KEY CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD The Key Club an honorary organuzatuon requures that all of uts members uunuor and senuor boys have at least a C average Thus group us closely assocuated wuth the Kuwanus Club Durung the tuons ushered at numerous football games and have guven out good sportsmanshup cards 4-4 .X Furst row left to rught Harold Harpune secretary Ralph Harden vuce presudent Stuart Greenspan treasurer Dan Poole presudent Second row Dennus llush Harry Veazy Teddy Farrar Bull Horton Thurd row Tom Hughes Leland Edmunds Hopkuns Crowder I- W , ' f T 1 ' I . . . . I . . . J . I , . , - I V I . I . . . I . ' ' ' year the boys have had various social func- I I I . '1 s , f if I JJ I Tx? lk' l 1. L Q- FOR OUR CT IVE P RTICIP TIO LATIN CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD The S P Q R Latxn Club a soclal as well as cul tural organnzatnon does much to help the students become better acquannted wlth the hlstory and contrlbutnons of the Roman race An out of doors supper with the In stallatnon of offlcers the Saturnalua and Chrlstmas programs and the Roman ban quet an xnutlatuon of new members were only a few of the actuvltnes of the club thus year Here we see the Executive Board cen tered around Nancy Shaw as she dlsplays a typncal costume of thus ancient clvalnzatcon Flrst row left to right Kltty Hawley Gall Mom son Marlon Tumberlake correspondung secretary Bette Lee Heath Jane Hoffman recordlng secretary Sandra Sherman Harold Harpune president Second row left to rnght Mass Free sponsor Porter Phnlllps Sally Macfarlane Joanne Beecrof Wllson Hawk treasurer Nancy Shaw Patrlcua Wnlmoth Carol Wornom vnce presldent Shnrley Allen Evalane Green Bayard Tysor SCIENCE CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD Shown here the Executive Board of the Scuence Club IS examunlng the dlfferent projects of the members Partlclpatlon ln local and state sclence fours and ln fleld trnps are only two of the actnvutues whlch foster and encourage an Interest ln thus fled Flrst row left to rlght Mr Mays sponsor Janet Cross treasurer Page Smith secretary Linda Gar rick Wlrtley Ralne Davnd Lundqulst vlce president Mlchael Frlerman Second row Fred Thomas Dewey Faulkner AI Creal Leland Edmunds president FRENCH CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD Plc tured here the Executlve Board of the French Club IS taking time off from some of thelr many actlvltles to sung some French songs This club helps to famllvarlze stu dents wnth the French way of lnfe and the French language Through actlvltes such as the Moulun Rouge the members gaun a people while being surrounded by a French atmosphere Membershlp un Le Cercle Francais as lt ns called IS open to any student now takung French or to any for mer French student Flrst row left to rlaht Lorralne Jones Jewell Ham ner Judy Leake treasurer Leland Edmunds Sally Macfarlane vlce presudent Ann Fenrgsohn secre tary Second row Gaye Hoqqe Hopple Crowder presldent Betsy Wnlson and Mrs Parker sponsor all 3: 1 I I I .V . ' . - TF I v I . . I - I I I - I - ' 6 -7 . I . T? I , . ' I " better understanding of the customs of the I . V h . I Y I , ' , . . I ' I . 1 if - S- : , I U . ' C . . 'I , . . . . v ' , . h 1 ' I . . ' .HQ 7I E WERE GIVEN EXPERIE CE FUTURE N U R S E S EXECUTIVE BOARD The prumary purpose of the Future Nurses of Ameruca us to unterest gurls un the nursung profes suon and to help them learn what thus vocatuon offers as well as what ut requures Under the guudonce of Mrs Luculle Wulluams the school nurse thus group has mode trups to voruous hosputals has had un structuve talks and lectures and has also furnushed Chrustmas toys for the chuldrens ward at Ruversude Hosputal Shown here un a mock practuce sessuon the gurls are goth Wulluams demonstrates the perfect bedsude manner Stondung left to rught Bobble Jean Whute hurst hustoruan Jean Wulluams secretary Mary Ann Weaver presudent Margaret Schweuda correspondung secretory Beverly Whute vuce presudent Seated Mrs Wul Iuams sponsor Lyung down Nancy Hawley treasurer FUTURE TEACHERS EXECUTIVE BOARD The Future Teachers of Ameruca enables students who are unterested un the teochung professuon to learn more about ut Each year un order to gaun some basuc experuence un thus fueld the members vusut dufferent elementary schools un thus area observ ung and then tryung out theur hand ot teachung Any sophomore uunuor or senuor gurl who us unter ested un uounung thus organuzatuon us eluguble for membershup Puctured here the executuve board ullustrates what they have learned Stondung left to rught Evalane Green secretory treasurer Mnss Guldersleeve sponsor Judy Slavun vuce presudent Gaul Morruson scrapbook chaurman Porter Phullups Seated Anne Lee Lullaston oresudent 4-S. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS EXECUTIVE BOARD The Future Homemakers of Ameruca struves to help homemakung students grow as members of the home the school and the communuty Thus group us made up of those gurls unterested un more ad vanced phases of home management ond who have token or now take home economucs Durung the year thus organuzatuon has partucupated un a Mother Father Daughter Banquet has done volun teer work at the Curls Club ond has guven toys to the chuldren at the Weaver Orphanage Seated left to rught Zoe Pappas treasurer Sandro Faber vuce presudent Ann Hutcheson presudent Dorothy Stanley sec retary 6 ,... 5 . ' I l Q I v 1 ' ' 1 .. if .... H V ' -'I-'-1 y I , 2 , A n- ui , , . 1 - :S I ' I t 1 ' , . . il . ' ' l I .. . . I . - y , ered around Nancy Hawley as Mrs. 1 A ' ' u X, ,if " J- . . - Y 5, ' 1 1 . I . Z . , - l lk", '. 1 I ,H , i ,L . 3 8 ' , ' - 'A . I : , '- f 4, ax I ' ' I I I ' C . W . . . . . ' , Y 1 ri 1' - - I - X A . , . t G ' I I 4' I 1 I I 3 4 I 1 2 , J , - 72 FOR OUR FUTURE WORK Left to right: Tom Hughes, Sydney Dearing, Bobby Helmintoller, W. D. Dangler, head. STAGE CREW-One of the major groups that works be- hind the scenes during all dramatic presentations and concerts is the stage crew, These hard-working boys give much of their time and labor perfecting the conditions which play such an important part in any performance. They are shown here examining the various lighting equipment of the new auditorium, where they spent many hours during the year. Hoffman, Nancy Keesee, Mary Ann Williams, Porter Phillips. Jane Jean Left to right: Weaver, head, USHER HEADS-The charming young ladies shown here are the Usher Staff Heads, whose main purpose is to usher at all school perform- ances and to serve as a trained group for com- munity activities when needed. Any girl from the ninth grade on who wishes to apply for the staff must send an application to Miss Dorothy Crane, head of the drama department. THESPIANS-Thespians is a national honorary society for outstanding students in drama. The Newport News High School's chapter is the oldest one in the state, and only those drama enthusiasts who have done exceptional work in plays, on the staffs, and in any other phase of this field, merit membership. Here we see the members inspecting the stage of our new auditorium, where they have carried on much of their work during the year. First row, sitting, left to right: Judy Slavin, president, Harold Harpine, Judy Blechman, Pat Branch, Linda Seltzer, Nancy Keesee, Celia Siegel. Second row, standing: Billy Williams, Charles Richman, Adrienne Nettles, secretary, Jane Penn, Nancy McCormick, Jewell Hamner, Nancy Hawley, Gaye Hogge, Judy Leggette, Pat Helmick, Ann Hutcheson, Evelyn Roberts, Third row, standing: Sydney Dearing, vice-president, Tom Hughes, Bobby Helmintoller, W. D. Dangler. -1 SPEECH ARTS CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD-A re- v cent addition to N. N. H. S., the Speech Arts Club, under the sponsorship of Mrs. LaPides, promotes a greater interest in better speech habits, provides op- portunities for speech activities outside of school, First row left to ri ht John Mitchell vice resident' Carol n organizes and maintains an N. N, H. S. Speakers' I Q - i 'D 1 Y Moell, president! Tom Hughes, parliomentarian. Second row: Carl Bufeou ond functions O5 G Service Club Oiding all Spain, treasurer, Dick Wynne, Carolyn Todd, secretary, ' ' school and Student Council activities and projects. . .,, ,at . ,.i.1f . . V. l.J.k'i" N! 43- 5 L3 . if if ww li' . 4 ' t xg' if 5 QSAAQJ ti Q' ic' I wtf, f 'M' ky' 'U' L39 lu .Jo 0 1c4l'fl'j-05 Front row, left to right: Judy Slavin, Celia Siegel, Jane Penn, Helen Meredith, Steve Parianous. Second row: Sue Kronheimer, Tziria Zwerdling, Pat Green, Adrienne Nettles, Andre Bost, Nancy Shaw, Charles Murray, Dale Edwards. DRAMA STAFF HEADS-The familiar expression, "A play is only as good as its players," is not entirely true at Newport News High. Due to the tireles efforts of our drama staffs, headed by the people pictured above, every performance put on is a huge success. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: The library assistants, junior and senior girls chosen on the basis of their grades and their personalities, aid in the routine operation of the library, such as check- ing books in and out, assisting with reference typing, preparing catalogue cards for new books, and shelving books. Primarily, the club is a social organization. They have had numerous picnics and parties and an annual banquet. Front row, left to right: Helen Pegram, Esther Carter. Sec- 1 ond row: Venita Carter, Hazel Pegram. 74 OPPORT IT IES WERE LI ITED GIRLS CLEE CLUB The Clrls Clee Club s composed of those gurls who deslre to become more famlllar wlth muslc Frrst row left to rlght B Parnanous A Mabe A Redford J Carden B Roane P Cutchuns V Dall Second row W Meredlth P Cooper P Wrgglns Third row B Brockwell A Calhoun J Burnette N McCormack D W rblow A Ve Ines A Cam C Dally H F x BOYS CLEE CLUB The Boys Clee Club IS com posed of the male members of the Sensor Chorus who deslre to galn more specnallzed experlence In Singing Fxrst row left to rlght M Eby H Welnsteln D Vretas Harden W Thomas M Thweatt Second row J Maddy Phllllps J Stroup S Parlanous N Blaytan D Walker Swann B Harris Thlrd row VV Daughtry E Dceppe A Breeden C L Luther B Fowler J Turnage J Muller SENIOR CHORUS Representlng Newport News Hlgh School nn assemblles concerts P TA meet lngs and local clvlc organlzatlons are the mem bers of the Sensor Chorus who do an enthusl astlc job wlth thelr muslcal talent Under the leadership of Mr George Marenchnn these stu dents have portlclpated ln the Thanksguvlng and Chrlstmas assemblles dedlcatlon of the new audltoruum and the yearly Starlnght of 56 Flrst row left to right K Smxth A Wlll F Welnhold G Davns J Cable C Dally M Schweuda N Squures P Prnce B Lang J Ownby Second row R Larrlmore N Bugger J Hoffman C Luke J Roane P Howell E Meena J Beecroft D West D Sloap S Sherman A Prlce Thurd row H Welnsteln J Madagan M Eby J Cherry P vlc R Bell D Walker J Wulllams K Pennlngton Thomas J Leggette V Chadwell A Dlck Fourth row B Harrls W Thomas M Thweatt J Stroup D Vretos R Harden J Turnage W Daughtry E Doeppe B Fowler L L Luther B Maddy J Ml er A CAPPELLA CHORUS New to the muslc de partment thus year the A Cappella Chonr as made up of those members of the Sensor Chorus who have the most outstandlng valces Flrst raw left to rrght K Smlth A Wlll G Davrs J Roone M Schwelda N Squlres P Price B Long Second row R Larrlmore J Hoffman P Howell C Luke P Lovlc D West D Sloap S Sherman K Pennlngton Thlrd row D Walker M Eby H Welnsteln W Thomas R Harden J Muller J Madagan J Ownby F Thomas Fourth row B Harms D Vretos M Thweatt J Stroup W Daughtry E Daeppe B Fowler C L Luther and Mr Marenchln dlrector I I ' ' ' - Y A 1 1 ' I - - - - - - , . . . , . I I ' . . ' . , , . F I - ' I 1 A' VI 'I U I' ' , - , - , - , -y , -y , , , , . : . , , , . , . , . , , , .H , . , - 1 - , - . I A 1 . , , ,E . , . I , . Lo , . , . , . , H. , F. , . , . , . . 1 - , ' , - 1 V , - , Q. , . , . , f . - , . . , . , . ll . 5 1 ' I ' . , I . , -E , - f l 5 . , . , . , . . Z . - 'ly L Benton, E. Ferrell, P. Balanls, P. Horton, S. Weaver, H, -' ' I , , , . - I . , 7 'V will V . , . , . , . e , . " , ll , . , . , , la. ' R' .l.. L ' . I - 1 r 1 - 1 - - I r , - , - ,.- , - , . , - , - ,,- . 3 , -, . , - , . , . , . , - l - , - . 1 . 7, e , - , - , , , ' ' I r I ' ' I . , L , Rx Q s I I 4 X ' I Pg , I I V I ' I ' h -I ' V R. P , . , - . i. , B. , . , 3 . , . , P. . , . . , . , . , , , 75 T NM 4 Q E .Q s by ' , ,, 8 y, 4 X J I . ifs-ml., JUNIOR VARSITY CHEER- LEADERS-A miniature ver- sion of the Varsity group, the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders al- so do their part in encouraging school spirit, not only at Junior Varsity games, but also at the pep rallies. A cute and lively group of girls, they spend many hours working on un- usual songs and skits to present I I to the student body. Standing, left to right: Charlotte Rawls, Evelyn Fryer, head, Kitty Haw- ley, Judy Leake, Kay Knight, Sally Scoggin, LaRhue Nettles. V A R S I T Y CHEERLEADERS- Through the untiring efforts of our Varsity Cheerleaders, the stu- dent body is able to let our teams know we are behind them all the way. This enthusiastic group does more than their share in encour- aging school spirit in the athletic activities, for they plan all pep assemblies, lead cheers at toot- ball and basketball games, and are constantly formulating new and different ideas to rouse school spirit. , 1 Front row, left to right! ,Sherry Padgett, .Carolyn Simpsos,'head, Betty Long. Sec- ! f i ' ond row: Nancy Brgger, Judy Leggette, Evelyn Casey. Third row: Kay Davis, Carol Wornom, Sandra Turner, O,, --naaniniui VARSITY FLACTWIRLERS-Adding much color and highlight to all our football games, as well as many of the pep assemblies, the Varsity Flag- twirlers execute original and varied routines both on the field and in the school, During the year they have ably assisted the Senior Band in putting on all the half-time shows at the football games, and they have also performed with them in the Band Concert Left to right: Anita Sue Riley, Norma Jean Howell, Adrienne Price, Margaret Schweida, head, Thelma Spade. .4 J 1 A 1 -f lf!!! 'if 4, wJ, . Z f- . W, mr ff-,-f-141-"l" A r ' fi' ,LL nn 'fe ' in 'Tx I A. I -i 1.1 Nl..-A If at A7 7 ' , V-.J fl' if 1 -fs ,V X. -1 J '.f half' ' 1 'I I , , 'J I' " ,,4'l ,Q s f - "' 1 T 0 ' J I S' T vs . i J I -' fl fs ' " I 4 ui, . 9 I i , . xv JUNIOR VARSITY FLACTWIRLERS-Jrhe Junior Vgrsity Flagtwirlers, a group of high-stepping strutters, have put forth much time and efforfifi 'orderlto make theassemblies and J. V, Football games more lively, This year they have really shown a great deal of enthusiasm and have come up with many un- usual and colorful skits. These girls, as well as 'the Varsity Flagtwirlers, are chosen by Mr. Zimet and the former flagtwirlers. ' ' A ' Left to right: Juanita Whitaker, Joan Ownby, Evelyn Thomas, head, Mary Catherine Todd,Judy Lamberth, gf THROUGH OUR ACTIVITIES WE Flrst row left to right Judy Leggette Wxrtley Raine Evalane Green Judy Slavm Co Assnstant Edutor Adrn enne Nettles Editor Mary Ann Weaver Margaret Johnson Harold Harpune Carolyn Snmpson Second row Sherry Padgett Betsy Roberts Anne Bradshaw Nancy Bigger Vicky Chadwell Sheila Woodman Shnrley Al len Ann Fenagsohn Cella Siegel Margaret Schwedla Nancy Hawley Thnrd row Bayard Tysor Jo Watson Pat Wnlmoth Yeardley Fowler Drusilla West Ann Campbell Beverly Ballard Mary Roberts Fourth row Beverly Whlte Sandra Weaver Renee Koskunas Joanne Beecroft June Atklnson Lmda Seltzer Jean Wnlllams ANCHOR The Anchor ns Newport News High School s annual publlcatuon whnch presents a clear picture of the past year s actnvltues and events to the hugh school students Mem bers of the Anchor staff contrlbute much trme and effort In preparlng a successful year book The staff strnves to make the book one that wall bring back pleasant memorues In the years to come BEACON The Beacon, the Newport News well Informed on the latest actnvltnes and dents who have had at least one semester by Mr John Huller the advlser All those ly proud of nts having receuved top ratung Hugh School student newspaper keeps everyone events here at school Its staff consnsts of stu of lournalusm and who have been recommended connected wlth the paper thus year are especlal at the Columbsa Scholastic Press Conventlon which was held nn New York un October First row left to nght Sonya Kepler Annette Wnll Bucky Lenhart Betsy Roberts Co Edntor Mary Ann Moda gan Co Edutor Jackne Wnght Phyllus Howell Second Row Sherry Padgett Judy Leggette Sandra Weaver Anne Bradshaw Shirley Smlth Lorraxne Jones Rasalue Boyd Nancy Bugger Third row Helen Avant Yeard ley Fowler Harruette Helfnch Jerry Saunders 78 , 1 , I, , I - V 1 I I I I V I I T I I I I ' ' ' I I I I -I ' -I . , . I . , . - I ' I I I I I T ,- 1 , . 1 , , , DEVELOPED 0 R PERSO ALITIES' D E CLUB The D E Club under the supervlslon of Mrs Eleanor Hamrlton as a professional organ: zatnon whuch develops leaders pro vldes for helpful partuclpatron In cuvuc enterprnses helps students gown on understandung of their em ployers and gives them on oppor tunuty to keep abreast of current developments nn drstrnbutron CD H D O CLUB The D O Club de velops leaders among nts members provides o means of Informing the public about the opportunutues nn D O develops better school and Community relotrons stlmulotes and malntaxns hugh standards of work monshvp scholarship and cutuzen shup and helps one gown a deeper lnsnght unto the overall program of Dnverslffed Occupations throughout the state Fnrst row left td' rmght L Hooper D ORourke C Coltrom parlramentoruan O Touchton L Haney G Carter Second row F Merrrtt E Losslter K Snyder treos urer S Smuth secretory L Vannu vvce president S Thomas and Mrs l-lomulton sponsor Third row L Mustann D Camp D Bowman M Whute president E Chapman S Crlckenberger R Morgan E Burton promotnon manager rf QUILL AND SCROLL Quull and Scroll ns an honorary organization elrgnble only to those students who have given outstanding service to the fneld of gournollsm ln order to receive membership nn thus club one must do exceptional work o either the BEACON or the AN Cl-lOR Each year o banquet as sponsored by the group at whuch ? 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Marshall, S Weitz. Second row, left to right: C, Smith, J. Mooney H. Smith, J. Mitchell, R. Har COACH-J. C. Ronge Q. ,... 4' T1- 1 I1-l S:fa 1ll D01 U Q l. - 114 'Ti LZ-1. Yffi ,QPR . flat 4 1 , Jw, .... '71 den, R. Stone, W. Hudson, D. Johnson, J. Peorl, D. Vretos, D. Spencer, F. Codding, N. Spanos. Third row, left to right: D. Hordy, D. Witton, D. Wrenn, G. Spody, R. Davis, P. A. Breed en, B. Keller, F. Moore, C Allen, B. Crurn, R. Fcrror, J. Stroup, S. Dunn. - Varsity Scores f e They t O Norview 33 l 6 Granby 33 l Crodock 6 l Hampton 39 l won 2 Lost 8 l l OFFENSIVE TEAM-First row, left to right: P. A. Breeden, J. Smith, D. Spencer, J. Mitchell R. Harden, D. Witton, G. Spody. Second row, left to right: W. Hudson, H. Todd, S. Dunn S. Weitz. FOOTB LL GAME WERE E CITI G ..!l! gl - - -N -- AL f A :I l l l l J V TEAM Frrst row left to right J Taylor C Powell sous M Markos Thrrd row left to rnght M Doughty B Tur T Metts B Jones G Artman B Bunns B Hart J Ker ey pun manager G Breeden J Tesh R Lavender R Heflun J Curby G Buntlng B Tnllman B Cobb B Hedrlck Second E Doeppe D Ellrs D Outland D Molllck B Queensberry row R Wyatt G Vanness F Brown T Sporkman R Thorpe J Vannoy D Genobles W Thomas and Jack Powers Coach L Scoggun R Kennedy W Baker R Fox D Jones A Kant J V SCOYGS Th 8th and 91-h Grade Scores ey Hampton e They Maury BUCl'Cl'Oe Wilson WOFWICK Norvlew George WYTPE Warwick WOFWICK Won 1 Lost 4 Won O Lost 4 4Q-4,5 4155 20 F6561 ti 22k 'KG' 8TH AND 9TH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM Flrst row left to rlght L Overman S Llper J Spnvey L Kemp R Parrlsh R Bracey J Musnher E Walker P Smlth Second row left to rnght S Veasey W Johnson H Flsher M Flsher F Ivey J Forrester B Avant N Mndklff L Stettler J Canepa and Coach Plummer Thlrd row H Fuller J Hall B Cannon T Koger C Heumenz F Frledland J Stone W Gatllng J Bond M Klesmer J Collrns P Boyd B Meadows W Cod dung D Jett 84 .1 . I --' I ', I I' il.. ,I S: Fl, . J.. ' l,l I' A: . , . -V E "El '- 'iw- "" T'i "Tn" 'vfqvwr l l . . l I We o 20 W I4 20 0 25 7 ' I3 y 6 ' 19 6 ' 32 i 7 35 l l E We L l x""' we ' I' l , -2 - ?4. f g- fi " lb A Ll, ' , tax. ,M 5 ,l 'J X ,lf 1 l 1175? Q :S Y 3,54 A 'W' 5 ff 6 :. K., Ng. X fl- :ga L V I2 A ' X A X ,L 7 Y ' 58,1 A 5 PIGSKIN REVIEW When the Blue and Cold Typhoons took to the grid-iron early in September, they were successful in cap- turing their first victory of the year. The next week the team traveled to Princess Ann and were defeated l3 to O. Playing host to E. C. Class of Lynchburg, the Typhoons were again upset. The game with Maury High was probably one of the most thrilling and exciting games of our seasan's record, but even though our boys were at their best, luck was not with them, the Typhoons lost 20 to l4, After losing to Wilson, War- wick, Norview, and Granby, the Typhoons regained the "old spark" and trampled over Cradock 33 to 6. With renewed hope and spirit, everyone waited for the annual Turkey Day Came with Hampton, The team played with great effort, but again luck was against them, and they bowed to the Crabbers 39 to 20. Even though our football team was not always a winning one, the Newport News High School students showed their appreciation of the team's efforts by the undying school spirit, which lasted throughtout the entire season. 85 BA KETBALL WAS S SATIO COACH CHAMBERS AND STARTING TEAM Coach Cham bers gaves last manute anstructaons before the startang fave take to the floor The startang fave are left to raght Nelson BASKETBALL The fave Whnz Kads of Coach Ball Chamberss Colden Typhoon clamaxed one of the most success ful basketball seasons an the hastory of Newport News H1gh School The Whaz Kads compaled an astonashang 25 l record The Typhoon Basketeers started off thear season wath fave consecutave wans and then suffered thear only loss to Walson at whach tnme Slade Dunn was sadelaned wath an appendectomy After sufferang thear only loss the Typhoon roared back to wan thear next twenty games an a row Thas IS one of the longest wlnnang streaks an Typhoon hastory The fave Whaz Kads proved they were true cham paons by wannang the Eastern Dastract Champaon shap the Eastern Dastrlct Tournament and the Group One Champaonshap Ours as the farst team an hastory to wan all three events The Whaz Kads were paced by Captann Slade Dunn Bucky Keller P A Breeden Freddae Mc Dowell and Nelson Ellas The team had everythang Tre reboundang of Dunn Breeden and Keller the shootung of Keller Dunn Breeden and McDowell and the floormanshap of McDowell and Ellas were the angredaents of the champaonshap team Thas was Mr Chambers s second year as our coach and he has proven to be one of the master basket ball strategasts an Varganaa Last season he coached i Ellas guard P A Breeden forward Captan Slade Dunn center Bucky Keller forward and Freddae McDowell guard HIUGHTS NNHS to a second place fanash an the Eastern Das tract and thas year he molded a champaonshap team ln has two years at Newport News Hagh School Coach Chambers has a 42 6 record Another bag factor an the success of the team thas year was the capable work of reserves Jack Tesh Bally Bradley Howard Todd and Bobby Jones Kenny Roberts Bally Queensberry Phal Collans and Jammy Shares also played a bag part 1n the team s success Newport News wall lose the servaces of Slade Dunn P A Breeden Nelson Ellas and Fred dae McDowell through graduataon thas June The Typhoon players receaved many honors Bucky Keller made the All Eastern Team Slade Dunn and Bucky were packed on the farst team of the All Tournament Team whale Freddae McDowell made the second team of the All Tournament Team Slade Dunn was awarded the Agathon trophy as the outstandang basketball player on the team and the entare squad receaved the Penn Wallaams trophy for the best defensave player It was felt by the coaches that sance all f1V6 players Dunn Ke ler McDowell Breeden and Ellas had done such nn outstand ng defensave aob all year that the trophy should be awarded to the entare team anstead of one player The team was honored by beang gaven State Champaonshap letters and aackets by the school 5 . '77 ,T 4 t 9 7' 1' gefn 1 ' 1 I 4 - 1 I ' 1 1 1 I 1 - . , . - - 11 - - 11 - 1 - - - ' - I , 1 ' 11 . . 11 - I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . . . ' . - - - - 1 I . 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ' ll ' ' ll 1 1 . . l I 11 - - 11 ' I I ' ' I - . . . . I 1 ' ' , l 1 1 1 , . ' - a 1 1 1 1 r ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' . , . . i , 1 - 1 . . . , , ewport X ' 4 i t 'k Y 'A' i bby B print 27 OS .1 9---H 4- . .. i..f 'Lf X..- .,.' ,J-ff. 1-,-N -ig Freddie Mc Dowel I-Cuord - ff- ""' i-'Isfwh ma- An.: me emu wmvm., M., .,.., .r .. . - 9 m-me eww- Q'-1 4 ,--:-.-4 me -W -.Lf me if A ,A N, au 1 --1 in nm nm. .1-,am - 'fwm wma my mcbu mn af 'Ih- Copt. Slode Dunn--Center W1 CWS IHS oup Une Cliamnionsliip, 63-52 456 i15i060 :San juaiz C'a1iislrainotHonciicop Keller Leads Typhoon To Brilliant Victory Over Alexandria, Bags 22 Qui f I .,l 111155 R1x'f.RAHmi Peninsula Am M For May To 12-6 Win 4.000 Pans Wf1fcl1Spizng Underldenl Com P. A. Breeden-Forward . 11 uma ie-, mmm KJ! l1d5lliJd. ll ' o i 1' He Wins 'Ca p ,1M,, Nelson Ellis-Guard Bl-'CKY Kelle"'FO'WO'd J cuss, me rrPHooN won 1 01 U I hoe V WE if ---.V 6 VARSITY SEASON RECORD lNNHS 81 Princess Anne 50 JN. L, 76 Granby 42 ' 80 Oscar Smith 43 58 Hampton 47 67 Maury 58 54 Wilson 77 79 Cradock 45 68 Warwick 57 63 Norview 59 65 Suffolk 45 50 Lynchburg 38 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-The cnnfnpaon Basketball Team poses for Q for. 73 C'9nbY 42 mal picture. They are, firsg row, left to rkght: Jimmy Shires, Kenny Igloloserts, Bobby 82 Suffolk 68 J ,,B'll brr. d ,l riht:NlnElli, . .B dn, . Ciurpiizin Isllodgugeunrinf Byuckscclgellerif?wFrei:ldielOMcgowell.eTixird rc5w, left toreightz gl Oscar Smlth Mgr. Wad.e Hancock, Jack Tesh,' Howard Todd, Billy Bradley, and Coach Bill Chamb- 7 l'lOrY'lpfOr1 61 ers. lMissing from this picture is Phil Collms.l Q Maury 56 ,F I Wilson 70 X29 ' Cradock 21 , Q ' A 7 arwick 49 Ng? J Norview 55 A X 58 ll A ' N K 1 P gig, Y TERN DISTRICT 'T U OURNAMENT " N S 65 Granby 33 ix 53 Hampton 5l 9 Wilson 58 Captain Slade Dunn and Coach Bill Chambers are shown dis- cussing pre-game strategy. These are the two who provided the inspirational leadership that carried Newport News to the State Championship. 88 STATE TOURNAMENT NNHS 66 Hampton 4l 52 Washington and Lee 36 65 George Washington of Alexandria 52 CO QUERED THE EA T J V SEASON RECORD NNHS Prlncess Ann Granby Oscar Sm1th U l Hampton Maury Wnlson Cradock V ,kj Nr3fOI'WICl4 orvaew 2 2 suff61k Granby Suffolk Oscar Smlth Hampton A Maury Wulson J v BASKETBALL TEAM T115 S OUFJ v squad the boys whown 616 Cmdock the Varsvty Squad ext season They are left to rnght J Phsllups H Conn Wcfwlck G Breeden J Van Noy V Mears D Parker G Moore Second row left to Norvlew rght Mgr J Madagan D Hardy R Hefln D Ellns A Foster and Coach J C Range EM if ,CN fo C4 flflff'-ffl, GAJVCQ pf flfcflfw.-1,-X f3.,vJmc.4-.-JL Xflk!-'L' f,,,gQ-f1,c owes 5224-fvv AM new HIGHLIGHTS ,Q ,!l,afMA, 4160 From these two have of basketball and to prepare them for Vars1ty ex to fund Coach pernence Both teams had f1ne seasons and bug worked thnngs can be expected from them when they reac ong fundamentals the Vars1ty 0,6 J,u,ol fc 0' GJ..-JN-S-A 3. 91 726200 0741 8th AND 9th GRADE SEASON RECORD NNHS Buckroe Warwnck Buckroe Warwlck George Wythe Buckroe Warwuck George Wythe Buckroe Warwlck George Wythe 8th AND 9th GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM These boys are our Baby Typhoons George Wythe They are the 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Squad They are left to rnght F Frled land J Gorrell C Wllams W Mndknff M Thomas Second row left to rght B Dunn B Gordon W Johnson R Fowler R Bracey P Turner S Veazey Mgr B Mears Thurd ow left to nght Coach Pete Robnnson F lvey R Talbot E Cohen C Hlemenz G Gall S Spenser and Mgr B Turpun 89 ,. 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THE THRILLI G TR CK EET 41-'f' 4-ff TRACK TEAM First row left to right D Wrenn J Saun ders J Morgan S Wuetz J Adams D Wnttan H Wennstetn G Stanfteld J Grogan Second row left to rtght P Green I Goldberg F Jordan M Thweatt G Pnpkun R Wetnstenn D Peltz D Outland P A Breeden B Phnllnps Thtrd row It left to rlght R Heflun R Coltrane F Hayman A Cohen W D Dangler R Prnnce A Rose B Jones B Dobson Fourth row left to rught Coach Julte Conn Manage C Sawyer W Horton C Spaun R Stone H Fenlgsohn T Leyland Man ager D Johnson Coach Lou Plummer TRACK SCHEDULE The Newport News Hugh School Track Team one ofthe State s perennnal track powers was faced wlth the task of benng rebunlt from only three lettermen Johnnle Adams Gene Stanfueld and Jtmrny Morgan Musslng from the team thus year was Jumrny Starboard one of the natton s top scholastuc hurdlers A great loss thus year also were distance runner Phtl Clark and wenghtman Jummy McShane Coaches Lou Plummer and Julle Conn had to replace them wtth Johnnue Adams Jerry Saunders Sktppy Wentz Davld Wuttan Harvey Weansteln Frank Jordan Gene Stanfueld Davnd Peltz Jlmmy Morgan and Jerry Grogan As the l956 ANCHOR was goung to press the track squad was preparnng to defend nts champnonshnp an the Ttdewater and Eastern Dtstruct Meets The coaches hoped to come up wlth a formudable squad from tts many tune but unexpenenced prospects 95 TIDEWATER MEET Granby 27V2 Norvnew ll Hampton lO Wllson Cradock O Smtth Hampton Here Warwlck NNHS l7V2 Maury l X2 A rul l7 April 20 Maury Here Aprnl 28 Vurglnuan Pllot Relays Norfolk Vtrgtnla or Penn Relays Philadelphia Pa May 5 Eastern Dlstrlct Meet Norfolk W 8- M M y ll Warwnck Here May l8 l9 State Meet W 8. M J. U ,- -mr U . ....c. .,,.,-,.,., .,., MMM- , I f .M N' 1, I VA ' M ' "f A' Q-T 'L If C. t A hm 4 V, F- - Q f , , nl' I, g I . g I I , 1 A Q., ' - . ,- A r li Q E 'f v . R 'LAL , ,K 1' . .-Q ' r A Q A V 1 ,...1-' .. . ' ,QQ of f M Yr , gm. J.. . , . . , A U Z .' I , , I : f r , , , ' 1 v 1 - 1 - - r - A 1 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 - I ' , T4 J. 27 ' ' - ' 24 ' 9 , , - 4V2 , ll . ' l . .l . D T I I I I I I . -A ' I I I I I I I I ' ' , . . I I t 1 . . O H THE BOYS STAMI A AN 'hu was a long run but Harvey Weunstem does fh1S daul whsle workung out with the team a 96 Johnnie Adams listens closely for the sound of the gun whlch means the race has started' CQ 'W Mmemw WW These four athletes are the track team s pole vaulters. They are from left to right: Jimmy Morgan Donald Wrenn Bobby Phillips and Gene Stan, fie d. 6915 E DUR CE W S AMAZING ' 7 7' 'Mtn Jerry Saunders and Skippy Weitz take a practice run over the high hurdles. Jerry Grogan takes a flying leap whsle practscmg s broad gumpmg it-Ii amen-' Coach Plummer gets Frank Jordan and George Pupknn ready for a prac tuce race eil-Q 97 THE GIRLS SHO ED THEY Jo Ann Cooper, left, and Carolyn Simpson, right, perform one of the many stunts that the Apparatus Club does at their regular weekly meetings. They are, front row, left to right: R. Phillips, C. Rawls, G. Tart. Sec- ond row, left to right: S. Nesbitt, C. Jones, J. Tesh, and F. Merritt. Standing, left to right, are: B. Wolf, M. Berzins, P. Richards, M. Edwards, C. Campbell, and V. Hartsell. ,ng Z The Varsity Hockey Team smiles victor- iously after a very successful season. Kneel- ing, left to right, are: Carol Wornom, Lolly Wynne, Sally Marks, Margaret Stanfield, and Bette Lee Heath. Standing, left to right, are: Nancy Keesee, Jill Douglas, Adrienne Price, Agnes Mae Dick, Marita Berzins, Louise Stump, and Marie Swann. i fs-X.. 3 These girls are the field ball champs of their class team. Kneeling, left to right, are: Ann Lindsay, Rose Manning, Barbara Coun- sil, and Helen Mageros. Standing, left to right, are: Carlene Matthews, Shirley Muel- ler, Carol Beach, Emma Darnell, Beth Dudash, and Virginia Lavender. Absent from the picture are Christine Anas and Nita Collins. H D UCLE TOO The Junior Varsity Hockey Team that played against Warwick are, kneeling left to right: Frances Smith, Mary Johnson, Harriette Helfrich, Betty Castle, and Bar- bara Kemp. Standing, left to right, are: Bette Lee Heath, Peggy Taylor, Porter Phillips, Pat Wilmoth, Shirley Allen, and Carolyn Simpson. The lntra Murol S eed Awa chom ions ing left to right are Call Caskins Nancy Hawley and Helen Avant Standing left to right are Merle Strickland Margaret EI more Faye Allred Barbara Darnell and Pat Richards 'T - Sandra Nesbitt demonstrates one of the difficult stunts that the Tumbling Club practices at their weekly meetings They are front row left to right Miss Seats sponsor Gloria Tart Ruby Phillips Chris tune Anas Barbara Morris Gracie Woolard and Jean Tesh ln the back row are left to right Mae Heartless Marita Berzins Caro lyn Jones Pat Richards Mary Ann Edwards Janet Humphrey Belvie Suttles and Kitty Hawley I 1 I I . .. . I - 1 . U 1 ' I I I ' 1 I l 1 1 ' I 5 A I I I ,ir X J A '- fi gf ' .., L x ' L' Y A 1 I X X, - P 5 ,Y D' C, , appear pleased over their triumph. Kneel- - V I I I I 1 .fx ., . ., v 1 I . ' I T x ' I 1 - Y Sf' I. 1 1 . . V ' 4 fir. uf' My '-3 44- A, Raj 99 0UR PORTS PROGRAM WAS E4 if The C- A A Executlve Councll works hard plannlng lntra mural and varslty gurls sports Left to rlght are Harruette Helfrlch Barbara Kemp Peggy Taylor Anlta Hanrahan Peggy Dall Jean Tesh Delorse Cabrlel Vlce Presldent Cella Coltraln Presldent Venlta Carter Secretary Sally Marks Polnt Recorder Chairman Faye Allred and .lo Ann Cooper The members of the C A A Exe cutlve Counc l who made the Chrlst mas dance such a bug success are kneellng left to rlght Cella o traln Delorse Cabrlel and Faye Allred Standnng left to rlght are Peggy Taylor Jo Ann Cooper Sally Marks Venlta Carter and Edna Martln The llth and 12th grade basketball teams take tame out durlng practrce to pose for our photographer They are front row left to rlght D Stanley F Smith P Hull M Berzuns S Marks B Castle and E Meena Stand T FIQ G Powell F Allred S Duell A Hanrahan J Walters M Elmore C Caskuns and K Hawley Pg., ,S l -. Q , -c Q j 6 s . 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COMMITTEE WORKED H RD Left to rught Kathleen mngton M u s u c Comrmttee Chairman Beverly Ballard nor Assembly Commnttee ldv Z7 I7 Left to rnght Betty Long Flow el er Commuttee Chaurman Fellcna W n hold Color Committee Left to rnght Mary Ann Weav er Ring Committee Chaurm Judy Slovun Motto Comm: T Chairman Left to rnght Mary Roberts Bulletun Board Chacrrnan June Atklnson Pennant Co Dance Com Hopkms Y' Chazrman Nancy Blgger In vntatlon Commuttee Chairman muttee Co Chanrrnen 'll lO5 - l 1 I I Z? N! D X . , y ... . I I , ' I ,N Q. , . 1. E. ' 'A is if l fl fl J "'---a 5,"g-ul 77 fl , . 1 W ':7'. Us :: , I 3 ,g I ' 'lf ff I , , ',, l, Q f , v .f 21 y ' ft' 1, " tl rw tn-: QM . A - 1 , a A 'K , " . , Y l M' an an E ' K X F... . , 'll . - 1 .fl ln ' , to I I - I - I I - ' W I I ' BE G E IORSW SAN JOHNNIE JOYCE WILLIAM THOMAS SHIRLEY MARIE ADAMS ADAMS Homeroom IIO Homeroom IIO Track Team Dsverssfsed Occupatsons Club J V Football 8th and 9th grade Football ALLEN Homeroom I 08 Drama Effects Staff Head Props Staff School Spsrst Commsttee Treasurer Student Councsl Representatsve Anchor Staff Co Edstor of Classrooms Sectson Latsn Club Publscsty Com msttee Chasrman Future Nurses Club Teams Speedball Soccer Basketball Volleyball Hockey Publscsty Commsttee JUNE BARTLETT ATKINSON Homeroom 2I7 Sensor Pennant Commsttee Chasrmon Anchor Staff Co Edstor of Faculty Sectson Junsor Chorus Secretary Letter Latsn Club French Club Student Councsl Representatsve Future Nurses Club School Spsrst Commsttee LEE MARTIN AVIS Ho'neroom I2O Scsence Club Parlsamentarsan Sensor Band Letter Junsor Band Latsn Club Key Club All State Band All State Workshop Band lst Chasr Clarsnet BEVERLY HART BALLARD Homeroom I O6 Sensor Assembly Commsttee Co Chasrman Cast of Room for One More Cast of two contest plays Junsor Decoratson Commsttee Future Nurses Club Gsrls Usher Staff Speech Arts Club French Club Anchor Staff Underclassmen Sectson Student Councsl Commsttees PEGGY JOYCE BARROW Homeroom 303 106 PEGGY LOU BECKNER Homeroom 2 I 7 Sensor Dance Commsttee House and Grounds Commsttee Junsor Chorus Y Teens Secretary Apparatus Club Tumblsng Club Junsor Dance Commsttee Home Room Oftsce Trs Hs Y .4 N ,. , , . , - . fs lv ,:.l,-,, I 1 I J A sl! as I I it If ' - ' Girls' Usher sssff ,f I. is I 10 f s .S 15 , I . - fn D EXCIT I G EXPERIENCE JN, JOANNE MUIR BEECROFT Homeroom 21 7 J V Cheerleader Executsve Board Sensor Chorus Junsor Chorus Accampansst Latsn Club Secretary French Club Jr and Sr Rsng Commsttee Anchor Staff Co Edstor of School Lrfe Sectsors Gsrls Usher Staff Home Room Ottsces EMMA ROSALIE BOYD Homeroom 307 Beacon Staff Drama Make up Staff Gsrls A hletsc Assocsatson Home Room Offsces WILMA JOYCE BENTON Homeroom IO6 School Spsrst Commsttee Pep Club Gsrls Glee Club Spanssh Club House and Grounds Commsttee Drama Props Staff Make up Staff MARITE BERZINS Homeroom 108 Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Letter All Star Hockey Team Varssty Hockey Team Tumblsng Club Apparatus Club Soccer Team Fseldball Team Volleyball Team Junsor Decoratson Commsttee ANNE ELOISE BRADSHAW Homeroom lO8 Beacon Staff Feature Edstor Anchor Staff School Lute Sectson Drama Furnsture Staff Starsght of 54 Future Nurses Club Trs Hs Y Chaplasn Sensor Dance Commsttee Junsor Decoratson Commstte PERCY A BREEDEN Homeroom l lO 8th and 9th grade Football Sth and 9th grade Basketball J V Football J V Basketball Varssty Football Letter Varssty Basketball Letter Track Team Shop Offsces e Trs Hs Y Sweetheart Tumblsng Club Ksng of Sensor Class IO7 NANCY GRAVES BIGGER Homeroom 2l7 Honor Councsl Cheerleader Varssty Head Junsor Varssty Anchor Staff School Lsfe Sectsan Beacon Staff Asssstant Feature Edstor Latsn Club Sensor Chorus Sensor lnvstatson Commsttee Chasrman Sensor Rsng Commsttee Gsrls Usher Staff Newcomers Commsttee Secretarv JOSEPH DAVID BREWER Homeroom 307 Spanssh Club Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Junsar Dance Commsttee Sensor Dance Commsttee Homeroom Offsces -. 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WE PRO DLY WORE C' DAVID ROY CAMP Homeroom 307 Spanush Club Dustrubutuve Educatson Club Sensor Dance Commuttee Junsor Dance Commuttee Homeroom Offuces ANN CUMMING CAMPBELL Homeroom 303 Anchor Staff Sensor Sectuon Sensor Chorus Gurls Usher Staff Latsn Club Star ught of 55 Basketball Team Hockey Team Letter Junsor Chorus Letter Junsor Decoratson Commuttee Sensor lnvutatuon Commsttee KERRY REYNOLDS CAMPBELL Homeroom 217 Sensor Flower Commuttee SANDRA ANN CANEPA Homeroom 106 Latsn Club Sensor Asembly Commuttee Tru Hu Y Dance Commuttee Gurls Athletsc Advusory Councul ESTHER MAE GlLDA VENITA LUCILLE GAYLE CARTER CARTER CARTER Homeroom 217 Homeroom 217 Homeroom 303 Sensor Assembly Commuttee Gurls Athletsc Assocuatuon Transfer from Readung Hugh Lubrary Assustants Club Vsce Secretary Letter School Pennsylvanua Presudent Letter Lubrary Assustants Club Basketball Team House and Grounds Commuttee Letter Transfer from Warwuck Hugh Homeroom Offuce Drama Stage Effects Co Head School Props Staff Basketball Team School Spsrst Commuttee Chosr Sensor Assembly Commuttee Y Teens Junsor Chorus Letter Newport News Hugh School Dance Commsttee Dustrubutuve Educatson Club Varssty Speedball Team Sensor Chorus Gurls Athletsc Advssory Councul 108 BETTY SANDRA CASTLE Homeroom 303 Transfer from Meadowvsew Hugh School Vurgunuo Future Homemakers O Amersca Volleyball Team Newport News Hugh School Sensor Dance Commuttee School Spsrst Commuttee Pep Club Basketball Team Hockey Team Softball Team Publucuty Corrumuttee Newcomers Commsttee OREOR VICKY LEE CHADWELL Homeroom 2 l 7 Anchor Staff Underclassmen Sectson Beacon Staff Lotsn Club Homeroom Offsce Sensor Rsng Commstfee Sensor Dance Commsttee Trs Hs Y Councsl Secretory rlsght of 54 55 Newcomers Cornmsttee iss JO ANN COOPER Homeroom 2l7 Sensor Dance Cornmsttee Sensor Assembly Commsttee Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Letter Storlsght of 54 Tumblsng Club Head Apparatus Club Head Junsor Dance Commsttee JUNE LOUISE MERLE HILTON CHRISTIE COBB Homeroom 307 Homeroom l2O Y Teens Pressdent Vsce Press Junsar Band Letters dent Secretory Sensor Band Letters Student Councsl Representotsve Key Club Publscsty Commsttee Hs Y Dance Commstfee Junsar Dance Commsttee Sensor Invstotson Commsttee Spanssh Club Hall of Fame Best Dressed Jr and Sr Bonds CELIA FRANCES COLTRAIN Homeroom 2l7 Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Pressdent Letter Lsbrary Asssstants Club Gym Show Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Program Cornmsttee Chasr man Pep Club Basketball Team Softball Team HARRIET ANN DILLARD CORSON CRICKENBERGER Homeroom l2O Homeroom 2l7 Varssty Flag Twsrler Chess Club JV Flag Twsrler Dsverssfsed Occupotscn Club Cast of January Thaw Student Councsl Representatsve Sensor Dance Commsttee Cast of Contest Play Starlsght of 55 Tumblsng Club Junsor Decoratson Commsttee Apparatus Club Specsal Servsce Award Latsn Club Hall of Fame Most Athletsc SHELBY ANNE CRICKENBERGER Homeroom 217 Lsbrary Asssstants Club Drama Make up Staff House and Grounds Commsttee Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Scrapbook Commsttee Chow man . 'Q s Jr.-and Sr. Chorus Homeroom Office Vollevboll TSOYTV CODYOWW "Sta ' " ' , ' , '56 1 1 lO9 J REASURED OUR M CLEMENT HOPKINS JEA ANNETTE CROWDER JR Homeroom 106 French Club President Key Club Distributive Education Club Senior Dance Committee Co Chairman Hi Y Chaplain ontest Play Staff Junior Usher Committee 6' ' QAMINQ Homeroom 2 Junlor blorus Latin Club Diversified Occupations Club Vice President Iunnor Dance Committee Y Teens Tri Hi Y Homeroom Office Publicity Committee MARY GWEN DAVIS Homeroom 217 A Cappella Choir Senior Chorus Social Chair man Senior Assembly Committee Tri Hi Y Homeroom Office Girls Glee Club YTeens Vice President Sec retary Junior Dance Committee House and Grounds Committee -ov- ROBERT STANLEY DAVIS Homeroom 120 8th and 9th Grade Football JV Football Varsity Football Letter Hall of Fame Most Typical Junior Band Senior Band Key Club Thespians. Letter Speech Arts Club Speakers Bureau Spanish Club Cast of six major plays Contest Play Director "Typhoon Time" Staff Drama: Stage Crew Junior Chorus E' kip' xppvv- SYNDEY CLYDE WILLIAM WHITFIELD CECIL LEE DEARING JR DOBSON DUKE Homeroom 217 Homeroom 303 Homeroom 106 Track Team Senior Chorus Cross Country Team. Letter Boys Glee Club Starlight of 54 Diversified Occupations Club 0 1-.nf -05 LYNWOOD SLADE DUNN JR Homeroom 2 7 8th and 9th Grade Football J,V. Football Varsitv Football: Letter Varsity Baseball: Letter Varsity Basketball: Captain Letter Key Club Senior Flower Committee Tri-Hi-Y: Sweetheart GREE LELAND NICHOLAS EDMUNDS JR Homeroom 20 Jr and Sr Bands Letters Dance Band Secretary Treasurer All State Band Alternate National Honor Society French Club Executive Board Nelms Honor Scroll Launchsngs Editorial Staff ensor Bulletin Board Com mittee Science Club President E ecutive Board Prosect Committee Chairman ANN SHANE FENINGSOHN Home room I O6 Anchor Staff Co Editor at Activities Section Nelms Honor Scroll French Club Secretory Homeroom Offsces Latin Club Junior Red Cross Student COuncsI Committees Sensor Bulletin Board Com msttee Future Teachers of America Junior Dance Committee NELSON GORDON ELLIS Home roam Varsity Baskeball Letter JV Basketball SDOnsSI'1 Club Key Club 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Sensor Dance Committee Junior Usher Committee GLORIA MAE FIELD Homeroom IO6 Sensor Pennant Committee Drama Furniture Staff PEN N AN BARBARA ANN ENGLISH Homeroom IO6 Speech Arts Club Trs Hi Y Spanish Club Junior Dance Committee Junsar Chorus Make up Staff Committee Drama Dance ANNE YEARDLEY FOWLER Homeroom IO6 Student Council Representative Junior Red Cross Anchor Staff Underclassmen Section Beacon Staff News Staff Girls Usher Staff Latin Club Sensor Assembly Committee Junior Decoration Committee Future Nurses Club Student Councsl Committees lll TEDDY FRANKLIN FARRAR Homeroom IO6 Class Speaker Student Council Letter Executive Board Newcomers and Behavior Co le Bookcover Committee Chair VTIOVI Handbook Committee Chair man Key Club Co Chairman of Social Commsttee Latin Club Sensor Assembly Committee .sis 4'-' BOBBY I-IEARN FOWLER Homeroom IO6 Key Club Sensor Chorus Boys Glee Club A Cappella Chair S right of 5 All State Chorus JV Basketball ,L yi' s Q V . X ' v I ,I I IO6 Key Club I Publicity Committee Senior Dance Committee Committees: Co-Chairman r' ' Z - I I f , - s ' 3 .' , x- 'E . XV A 1. gr I X i I 5' ' 'V ... N N I ' : " tal " '5 , '56 NVITATIO S WERE ORDERED JOHN FRYER JR Homeroom IO6 Cross Country Team Letter Junsor Usher Staff Head Publscsty Commsttee Dsverssfsed Occupatsons Club Track Team -Q'-' STUART PRINCE GREENSPON Homeroom 307 Student Councsl Treasurer Executsve Board Sensor Class Gsftorsan Hall of Fame Best Student Varssty Football Manager Letter Key Club Treasurer JV Football Pensnsula S C A Federatson Latsn Club Jr and Sr Rsng Corrmsttees DELORSE FRANCES GABRIEL Homeroom 303 Gsrls Athletsc Assacsatsan Vsce Pressdent Future Homemakers of Amersca Sensor Assembly Commsttee Hockey Team Manager Y Teens Junsor Chorus Gsrls Athletsc Advssory Councsl School Spsrst Commsttee Homeroom Offsce HARRIETTE LOUISE GWALTNEY Homeroom 307 Junsor Chorus Letter Sensor Chorus French Club Sensor Pennant Commsttee Storsght of 54 Gsrls Glee Club Y Teens Homeroom Offsce TRESSIE MAE GARRETT Homeroom IO6 Basketball Team Hockey Team Sensor Dance Commsttee WADE EMORY HANCOCK Homeroom 307 Key Club Hs Y Vsce Pressdent JV Football Varssty Football Varssty Basketball Manager ll2 54' EVALANE ROBERTA GREEN Homeroom I 06 Executsve Board Remem bronce Comrnsttee Chasr man Anchor Staff Co Edstar of Underclassrrsen Sectson Nelms Honor Scroll Student Councsl Representotsve Future Teachers of Amersca Secretary Treasurer Latsn Club Executsve Board Homeroom Offsce Jr and Sr Rsng Commsttees Junsor Chorus Letter LELA MAE HANEY Homeroom 307 Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Publscsty Commsttee Varssty Hockey Team Basketball Team Election Officsal w 'NC Gr f ' Z 1 , " A l' " ' . : FOR THE GRADUATIO EXERCISES RALPH EDWARD HARDEN Homeroom 307 Senior Chorus President Letter Key Club Vice President Varsity Football Letter Junior Chorus Letter JV Football Sth and 9th Grade Football Homeroom Office Student Council Representative 1- 7 HAROLD DAVID HARPINE Homeroom 307 Latin Club President Key Club Secretary Hi Y Secretary Cafeteria Committee Chair man Anchor Staff Sports Editor Thespians Staff Head Contest Play Director Senior Assembly Committee NANCY ELIZABETH HAWLEY Homeroom 303 Student Council Secretary Letter Honor Council Girls Athletic Association Letter School Spirit Committee Chairman Pep Club Chairman Remembrance Committee Chairman Future Nurses Club Treasu er Anchor Staff Co Editor of School Life Section Cost of contest play HARRIETTE JEANNE HELFRICH Homeroom IOS Beacon Staff Drama Effects Staff Hockey and Volleyball Teams Girls Athletic Association Executive Board School Spirit Committee -of WILLIAM CLINTON HARRIS Homeroom 2I7 Hi Y Track Team Newcomers Committee WILSON SHEAFFER HAWK Homeroom 307 Latin Club Treasurer Hi Y President Homeroom Offices Senior Dance Committee Chess Club Junior Chorus Letter School Spirit Committee BARBARA JEAN I-IELMICK Homeroom 307 House and Grounds Committee Drama Props Staff Co Head Girls Athletic Association Fieldball Team Speedball Team Basketball Team School Spirit Committee II3 Il FRANCES ANNE HICKS Homeroom 307 Y Teens Drama Furniture Staff Advertising Staff CO Head Library Assistants Club House and Grounds Committee Behavior Code Committee Spanish Club Junior Decoration Committee Typhoon Time Staff Beacon Staff ,, ' f V !x g . A hy "Starlight" of '54, '55 Drama: Letter, Advertising l'lOll of Fame: Most Talented r- 50" ,f O R E IOR "HE Q' PATRICIA ANN HILL Homeroom 07 Dance Commnttee Gurls Athletuc Assocuatnon WILLIAM EDWIN HORTON Ill Homeroom l20 Key Club Co Chanrman of Protects Comttnttee Jumor Band Letter Assustont Drum Mayor Senior Band Letter Personnel Manager Recordnng Engl neer JV Football Dance Band S right of 54 5 Hu Y Ai' 'i , CHARLES THOMAS HILLING Homeroom 307 Shop Offuce 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Homeroom Offlce RT HOP 99 MARY GAYE HOGGE Homeroom 307 Cast of three contest plays Cast of four mator plays Junior Class Senior Class Thesplans French Club Secretar Secreta ry Trl Hn Y Student Councnl Representative Senror Dance Commuttee C0 Chairman Speech Arts Club PHYLLIS LOUISE HOWELL Homeroom 307 Beacon Staff Typust Sensor Chorus A Cappella Chour Jumor Red Cross Y Teens Vnce Presudent Junnor Chorus Semor Assembly Commnttee Jumor Dance Commuttee School Spurnt Commuttee Homeroom Offlces ELIZABETH ANNE HUDSON Homeroom 307 Spanush Club Trl Hn Y Treasurer Jumor Dance Commuttee Sensor Dance Commuttee Beacon Staff Assustant Busmess Manager Junnor Chorus Homeroom Offnces Dance Commnttee IIA JANNIE LOUISE HOOPER Homeroom 307 Dnstrxbutuve Educatuon Club Gurls Athletnc Assocratuon Speech Arts Club 'E EUGENE THOMAS HUGHES Homeroom 303 Thespnans Key Club Sergeant at Arms Stage Crew Co Dlrector of Contest Play Speech Arts Club Parlna mentorlon Latun Club Cast of three rnalor plays Cast of contest play 3 . Y 6 . c . 1 , ' ' ' ' t : , - 1'-' n : ' ' I '- ' - . . Htol. ,, ,l,5 - WAS lim K fygjijf- 3 X omg OF FU --JA.-If MW If HUNSUCKER Homeroom 303 8th ond 9th Grade Football JV Football Vorsrty Football 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Varsity Baseball ,' It I f... HJ - , J JAMES DENNIS COLEMAN MARGARET EDNA ILISH JOHNSON Homeroom 307 Homeroom 303 Sensor Class Presldent Nelms Honor Scroll Jumor Class Vrce Presuclent Latln Club Sophomore Class Preslclent Future Nurses Club Freshman Class Presrdent Anchor Stott Co Edntor Key Club of Sensor Sectlon Varsuty Football Letter Jr and Sr Rmg Commlttees JV Football Homeroom Offrces 8th and 9th Grade Football Hall of Fame Most Popular Honor Councrl lx 117 COY DUKE JANICE LORRAINE JONES JONES Homeroom 303 Homeroom 303 Drversrtned Occupotrons Club French Club Lrteroture Corn mittee Chairman Lotrn Club Y Teens Student Councrl Representotlve Publrcuty Commrttee Senlor Dance Commrttee Beacon Staff Future Nurses Club Electron Offrcsal Behovror Code Commrttee Publrclty Commrttee Lounchrngs Edltorral Staff RUBY ANN JOHNSON Homeroom 307 Spanrsh Club Future Homemokers of Amer rco Pep Club School Spnrut Commuttee Barbara Ann Deal Commuttee Drama Costumes and Props Staffs Homeroom Offices FRANK LIVINGSTON JORDAN Homeroom 307 Cross Country Team Letter Track Team Homeroom Ottlce French Club Nelms Honor Scroll Senuor Assembly Commnttee ll5 NANCY JOANN JOYNER Homeroom 303 School Splrut Commrttee Pep Club Charrman Semor Dance Commrttee Publlclty Commuttee House and Grounds Commrttee Y Teens Drama Furnnture Staff Student Councrl Representatrve WE QRKED H RD TO MAKE KEETER Homeroom 303 8th and 9th Grade Football Varssty Football Letter Trs Captasn Varssty Basketball Bth and 9th Grade Basketball JV Football Athletsc Councsl IRENE A KOSKINAS Home room 303 Anchor Staff Classroom Sectson Junsor Dance Commsttee Junsor Red Cross Junsor Chorus Sensor Assembly Commsttee Homeroom Offsces Y Teens Advsser Future Homemakers of Amersca Student Councsl Commsttees Hall of Fame Most Typscal -17' BEN J SONJA ANN SANDRA BROOK JANICE LEE KEPLER KERMAN Homeroom lO8 Homeroom 303 Dance Commsttee Sensor Pennant Commsttee Publscsty Commsttee Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Gsrls Athletsc Advssory Councsl Junsor Dance Commsttee Starlsght of 55 Drama Furnsture Staff Head Sensor Dance Commsttee Beacon Staff Csrculatson Manager c RICHARD HUGHES KRAUSE Homeroom 'l 20 Junsor Band Sensor Band ROSALIE JUNE LARRIMORE Homeroom 303 Sensor Chorus Secretary Letter Dance Commsttee Secretary S rlsght f 54 55 6 French Club Junsor Dance Commsttee Sensor Dance Commsttee Sensor Mussc Commsttee Y Teens Junsor Chorus Letter A Cappella Chosr ll6 KILGORE Homeroom lO6 Sensor Assembly Commsttee Sensor Band Junor Band Letter Junsor Red Cross Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson EVALYAN LASSITER Homeroom ll0 Homeroom Offsces Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Scrapbook Commsttee Barbara Ann Deal Commsttee Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Basketball Team Tumblsng Club Speedball Team Soccer Team W' . M A 2' ' M fx J 'V A J' s 1 K' ' S U1 XL. Q 9 , E 0 f W A l AJ A. 'Q V 5 X. , 'l" 'A , f " ' I ' H ta h H O. I :, I , I5 4 I l D. 4 ' THE E IOR SSEMBLY A SUCCESS W' JUDITH FAY LEGGETTE Homeroom l IO Varssty Cheerleader Sensor Chorus Anchor Staff Co Edstor Classrooms Sectson Beacon Staff Drama Thespsans Cast of three rnasor plays and two contest plays Queen of Sensor Class Jr and Sr Dance Commsttee Esghth Grade Pressdent Kev Club Sweetheart A ELMO JERROLD ALFRED LENHART LEVINSON Homeroom 303 Homeroom 303 French Club Beacon Staff Hs Y Sensor nce mmsttee J! Key Club Latsn Club Spanssh Club Cast ot M Etchsngs Barry s Xjt M ,MA KA-A Track Team Nev-F'f""" to --ffscxk SHELBY JEAN LEWIS Homeroom llO Sensor lnvstatson Commsttee Homeroom Offsces Dance Commsttee Behavsor Code Commsttee th x-fs., THOMAS LEE LlNDSAY Homeroom IO6 -ls Y Treasurer 4ey Club Jarssty Football Manager :ensor Chorus 3oys Glee Club :panssh Club lunsor Dance Cornmsttee rlsght f 53 54 HAROLD FAY LONDON Homeroom 307 8th and 9th Grade Football Track Team Sensor Assembly Commsttee Junsor Dance Commsttee Dsverssfsed Occupatsons Club Sth and 9th Grade Basketball Junsor Red Cross Junsor Band Sensor Band BETTY FRANCES LONG Homeroom llO Varssty Cheerleader Sensor Chorus A Cappella Chosr Sensor Flower Comrnsttee Chasrrnan French Club Anchor Staff School 'ste Sectson Gsrls Usher Staff rlsght of 4 5 Scsence Cluh Junsor Dance Ccmmsltcz. l l JAMES WILLIAM LONG Homeroom 2l7 Hs Y .U ,I In . 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A r' , ' I . ,A xi x sf 'sfo - u 0 1 I 1 I 155 ,- , - Q T "Sta " '5 , ' 5, '56 7 THE PRO IGHT W S "'x CLIFFORD LUTHER Homeroom llO JV Football Chorus Boys Glee Club Track Team A Cappella Chosr OTlS LEE MARSHALL Homeroom 2l7 Dsverssfsed Occupotsons Club SALLY MAE MACFARLANE Homeroom 2l7 Hockey Team Latsn Club French Club Vsce Pressdent Honor Councsl Nelms Honor Scroll DONALD BERT MCADAMS Homeroom llO French Club Key Club Homeroom Offsces Cast of contest play Sensor Dance Commsttee Publscsty Commsttee Behavsor Code commsttee Junsor Chorus Drama Furnsture Staff MARY ANN MADAGAN Homeroom llO Beacon Staff Co Edstor Letter Future Nurses Club usll and Scroll Secretary Student Councsl Representatsve SALLIE ANNE MARKS Homeroom ll0 Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Letter Posnt Recorder Varssty Hockey Team Captasn All Star Hockey Team Specsal Servsce Award Sensor Pennant Commsttee Sensor Dance Commsttee Student Basketball Coach All Star Volleyball Team Sensor Chorus Scsence Club Sensor Dance Commsttee Homeroom Offsces YTeens Pressdent ANNICE LOUISE McLAWHORN Homeroom l IO Team ll8 'lr Q , Q- . fll ,A l V f A , "StarIight" of '54, '55, '56 Executive Board Senlor Assembly Committee - QA sx K Q A I' ' A ,ff .Jlf l IO O E OF BEAUTY AND COLOR 10 wsv QF-1' JAMES WILLIAM MEADOR MEENA Homeroom llO Basketball Team Fieldball Team Senior Chorus Letter arlight of 4 EVA JOE Homeroom l2O Junior Band Letter Spanish Club Senior Band Track Team ELIZABETH FAYE CECIL PAGE MERRITT MILLER Homeroom llO Homeroom l2O Distributive Education Club Junior Band Letter Scrapbook Committee Senior Band Letters Drama Furniture Staff 8th and 9th Grade Basketball All State Workshop Band Junior Red Cross M lwlffffgf CAROLYN FRANK JAMES JAMES BURGESS ROBERT LOUIS MOELL MOORE MORGAN MORGAN Homeroom lIO Homeroom llO l-lomeroam IO6 Homeroom 2l7 Speech Arts Club: Secretary Varsity Football: Letter Vice-President of Student Body Science Club Senior Assembly Committee J.V. Football Peninsula S.C.A. Federation Distributive Education Club School Spirit Committee 8th and 9th Grade Football House and Grounds Commit- Chess Club Basketball Team Key Club tee: Chairman Spanish Club Volleyball Team Senior Chorus Tri-Hi-Y: Sweetheart Key Club Publicity Committee Boys' Glee Club Executive Board "Starlight" at '54, '55 Junior Dance Committee: Spanish Club Co-Chairman Track Team Vice-President of Senior Class J.V. Football Track Team: Letter II9 oUR ACTIVITES WERE MAN fgj CHARLES HUBERT MURRAY Homeroom ll0 Cross Country Team Track Team Cast of "Time Out for Ginger" Cast of two contest plays Senior Chorus Junior Chorus 'OV FRANCES ADRIENNE NETTLES Homeroom 303 Anchor Staff: Editor Nelms Honor Scroll National Honor Society: President Class Speaker Hall of Fame: Most Popular Thespians: Secretary Quill and Scroll D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award Virginia Junior Academy of S:ience: President Honor Council: Chairman VERNA DIANE O'ROURKE Homeroom 307 Junior Chorus Spanish Club French Club Distributive Education Club BEVERLY JOAN OVERMAN Homeroom 217 Y-Teens Junior Chorus Spanish Club Drama: Effects Staff, Furniture Staff Junior Decoration Committee I , JAMES WILLIAM HOMER G. NEWSOME NICELY Homeroom lO8 Home room lO8 Nelms Honor Scroll ,f Shop Offices I ANN SHERIDAN ROBERT VANN PADGETT PASCHALL Homeroom lO6 Homeroom ll0 Varsity Cheerleader J.V. Basketball J.V. Cheerleader Cast of contest play Assistant Contest Play Director Anchor Staff: Classrooms Section Beacon Staff Tri-Hi-Y: President Senior Dance Committee Spanish Club Speech Arts Club l20 ,W AN S0 ERE OUR STUDIE KATHLEEN ELIZABETH EDWARD CARL JEANETTE CATHERINE ROBERT ARTHUR PENNINGTON PHILLIPS PHILLIPS PHILLIPS Homeroom IIO Homeroom 303 Homeroom IIO Homeroom IO8 Junsor Dramotscs Club JV Football Dance Commsttee Track Team Varssty Football Sensor Dance Commsttee Shop Offsces Student Councsl Representotsve French Club Honor Councsl Sensor Chorus A Cappella Chosr All State Chorus 54 55 Sensor Mussc Commsttee Chasrman Sensor Dance Commsttee S rnght f 54 55 6 WILLIAM CLINE PLEMMONS Homeroom IO6 Baseball Team Cast of contest play Sensor Dance Cornmsttee BORDIE DANIEL POOLE JR Homeroom I 20 Key Club Pressdent Junsor Bond Sensor Band 8th and 9th Grade Football JV Football Sensor Dance Comrnsttee Executsve Board Publscsty Commsttee Hall of Fame Best Dressed Homeroom Offsces PATRICIA ANNE PRICE Homeroom IIO Junsor Chorus Letter Sensor Chorus Letter usrls Glee Club A Cappella Chosr Sensor Assembly Comrnsttee Y Teens Junsor Dance Comrnsttee rsght of 54 55 l2l WIRTLEY ANNE RAINE Homeroom I I O Natsonal Honor Socnety Secretary Sensor Class Treasurer Homeroom Otfsce Nelms Honor Scroll Anchor Staff Co Edstor of Underclassmen Sectson Honor Councsl Student Councsl Representotsve Latsn Club Executsve Board Electson Offscsal Asssstant Regsstrar Scsencc Club Executsve Board ' 1 . 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THEY PREPARED U FOR CHARLES LEONARD RICHMAN Homeroom 2I7 JV Football Junsor Y Board Sensor Assembly Commsttee Co Chasrman Cast of contest plays Student Councsl Representatsve Homeroom Offsces Thespsans French Club Treasurer ANITA SUE RILEY Hameroorn I 20 JV Flagtwsrler Y Teens Varssty Flagtwsrler Apparatus Club Tumblsng Club Hockey Team All Star Hockey Team School Spsrst Commsttee Dance Connmsttee SARA ELIZABETH MURRAY T ROBERTS ROWE JR Hgmerogm IOS l'lOl'TtCrOOI'T1 IO6 Beacon Staff Co Edstor Letter Sensor Chorus Qusll and Scroll Vsce Pressdent As-chor Staff Classrooms Sectsors Drama Furnsture Staff Asssstant Head Gsrls Usher Staff Spanssh Club Executsve Board Trs Hs Y Chaplain Secretary Jr and Studcnt Councsl Dance Commsttces Sensor Pennant Commsttce Sth and 9th Grade Basketball MARY KATHRYN ROBERTS Homeroorn 217 Anchor Staff Underclassmen Sectson Trs Hs Y Treasurer Gsrls Usher Staff Junsor Dance Commsttee Sensor Bulletsn Board Com msttee Chasrman French Club ROGER LOUIS ROBERTS Homeroom 303 Behaysor Code Commsttee Shop Oftsces Junsor Red Cross DONALD BENJAMIN SATISKY Homeroom IIO Cast of two contest plays Cross Country Team Latsn Club Key Club Sensor Dance Comrnsttee Homeroom Offsces Drama Sound Effects Staff School Spsrst Commsttee l22 WILLIAM YOUNG SAUNDERS Homeroom 307 Lotsn Club Key Club Scsence Club Junsor Usher Staff Student Councsl Represerstatsve Cast of two contest plays Sensor Assembly Comr-nsttee Hs Y Baseball Team Manager Typhoon Tsme Staff fl 1 , . f . 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I I I - I- I ,I H - ,s R COLLEGE DAYS 'Q' PHILLIP DAVID SAVILLE Homeroom l2O Cast of contest play Cast of two major plays Sensor Assembly Commsttee Latsn Club Key Club Drama Props Staff ii CELIA SIEGEL Homeroorn 2l7 Student Councsl Executsve Board Bulletsn Board Commsttee Co Chasrman Anchor Staff Co Edstor of Actsvstses Sectson Thespsans Drama Make up Staff Asssst ant Head Cast of two contest plays Contest Play Dsrector JV Cheerleader Latsn Club Homeroom Offsces Sensor Color Commsttcc .40-" MARGARET ALlCE SCHWEIDA Homeraom l 20 Varssty Flagtwsrler Head JV Flagtwsrler Band Sweetheart Future Nurses Club Corrcspondsng Secretary Sensor Chorus Junsor Chorus Letter Latsn Club Anchor Staff Sensor Sectsors Junsor Dance Commsttee Sensor Color Commsttee CAROLYN JEAN SIMPSON Homeroom lO6 Varssty Cheerleader Head H of Fame Best All Around Anchor Staff Gsrls Sports Edstor School Spsrst Carnmsttee Vsce Chasrman JV Cheerleader Gxrls Usher Staff Junsor Dance Commsttee Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Letter LINDA RUTH SELTZER Horneroom 2l7 Executsve Board Bulletsn Board Cornmsttee Co Chasrman Student Councsl Commsttees Drama Thespsans Ushers cast of two mayor plays Junsor Chorus Letter Anchor Staff Actsvstses Sectson Latsn Club Mussc Commsttee Home room Otfsces Student Councsl Representatsve PAUL FRANKLIN SICELOFF Homeroom 2 l 7 BRUCE SIMS Homeroom l O8 Shop Offsces Dsversstsed O cupotsans Club 123 JUDITH HOPE SLAVIN Homeroom 2 l 7 Natsonal Honor Socsety ull and Scroll Pressdent Future Teachers of Amersca Vsce Pressdent Drama Make up Staff Head Cast of two rncssor plays Letter Thespsans Pressdent Nelms Honor Scroll Student Councsl Executsve Board Homeroom Repre sentatsve Behavsor Cade Cornmsttee Co Chasrman Anchor Staff Co Asssstant Ed stor 0 ff " as Q- A 8 4' , A 5 fs , V ,n W: V all. 1 1 c Q s 1 ' V E WOULD P RT FRIE D Nr ALBERT HORTON JEAN MARIE JIMMY MOYER SMITH SMITH SMITH Homeroom I2O Homeroom 2l7 Homeroom IO8 Junsor Band Letter Behavsor Code Commsttee House and Grounds Commsttee Sensor Band Letter Barbara Ann Deal Commsttee Behavsor Code Commsttee Dance Band Pep Club School Spsrst Commsttee Hs Y House and Grounds Commsttee Junsor Dance Commsttee Student Councsl Homeroom Vo'leyball Team Sensor Dance Commsttee Representatsve Speedoway Team 8th and 9th Grade Football 8th and 9th Grade Basketball J V Football Varssty Football Letter J V Football gf:-X SHIRLEY MAE Trs Captasn KAREN KAY SMITH Homeroom 303 Junsor Chorus Letter Sensor Chorus Letter arslght f 54 55 Junsor Dance Commsttee Sensor Assembly Commsttee French Club Y Teens Dance Commsttee A Cappella Chosr ,o' SMITH KATHLEEN SNYDER NICK SPANOS DONNIE SPENCER Homeroom IIO Homeroom 307 Homeroom IO8 Homeroom IIO Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club JV Football Secretary Scrapbook Treasurer Varssty Football Letter Commsttee Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson .asrls Athletsc Assocsatson Future Homemakers of Executsve Board Amersco Tumblsng Club Varssty Fseldball Team Manager Future Homemakers of Arnersco l24 W , . 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N ' " 'I "sy "0" ,'56 House and Grounds Committee Future Teachers of America in , G z Y A D GO O R EPARATE JL Auf Luz, NANCY SHIRLEY HARRY EUGENE SQUIRES STANFIELD Homeroom 2l7 Homeroom lO8 Y Teens Chaplasn Pre sdent Track Team Sensor Chorus Secretary Letter A Cappella Chosr Sensor Dance Commsttee Spanssh Club Homeroom Offsce Junsor Chorus Letter Junsor Dance Commsttee Shop Offsce L4- DOROTHY JUNE WAYNE CARL STANLEY TAYLOR Homeroom IIO Homeroom IO8 Transfer from Woodrow Wsl 8th and 9th Grade Football son Hsgh School West Vsrgsnsa Future Homemakers of Amersca Secretary YTeens Ushers Club JV Football Varssty Football Letter School Spsrst Commsttee FRANCES LEE THOMAS Homeroom lO8 Junsor Chorus Sensor Chorus Gsrls Glee Club A Cappella Chosr rlsght of 54 5 All State Chorus 54 55 Sensor Dance Commsttee Nelms Honor Scroll Latsrl Club Behavsor Code Commsttee SHIRLEY ARLEAN THOMAS Homeroom 303 Transfer from Bug Island Hsgh School Cheerleader Sensor Chorus Newport News Hsgh School Future Homernakers of Amersca Dsstrsbutsve Educatsan Club Dance Cornmsttee Junsor Chorus Gsrls Club il' MAMIE LOUISE THORNE Homeroom IOS Thespsans Latsn Club Y Teens Behavsor Code Cornmsttee Junsor Decoratson Commsttee Typhoon Tsme Staff Drama Letter Furnsture Staff Head l25 JOHN HOWARD TODD Homeroom I OB Student Body Pressdent Varssty Football Letter Trs Captasn Anchor Staff Co Asssstant Edstor Natsonal Honor Socsety Junsor Class Pressdent Amerscan Legson Award Pensnsula SCA Federatson Pressdent Varssty Basketball Letter Varssty Baseball Letter Nelms Honor Scroll ,N ,V .V I I . , 'W' . sf A G.. 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F , , 'sm' " 'll,'s,'56 I ' 1 H' I ' E' I THE E REALIZED HOW JOSEPH V TOLLY OPAL TOUCHTON CLAUDE TREVATHAN Homeroom l20 Homeroom 307 Homeroom lO8 Junsor Band House and Grounds Sensor Color Commsttee Sensor Band Commsttee Key Club Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Spanssh Club Homeroom Offsce Junsor Dance Commsttee Behavsor Code Commsttee 1 4 JAMES TURNER Homeroom IOB 8th and 9th Grade Football JV Football Varssty Football Letter BAYARD LEE TYSOR Homeroom 120 Junsor Band Dance Band School Spsrst Commsttee Anchor Staff Actsvstses Sectson Sensor Assembly Commsttee Junsor Decoratson Commsttee LOIS IRENE VANNI Homeroom lO8 Dsstrsbutsve Educatson Club Student Councsl Representatsve Junsor Dance Commsttee House and Grounds Commsttee Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Publscsty Commsttee l26 JAMES RAY TURNAGE Homeroom l2O Sensor Chorus Behavsor Code Commsttee HARRY LEON VEAZEY Homeroom l20 8th and 9th Grade Football JV Basketball Baseball Team Key Club Hall of Fame Most Lskely to Succeed , U 1 f 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Senior Band: Letter Vice-President I' Bth and 9th Grade Basketball W WOULD SS O R LMA MATER ALLEN HARRISON WATKINS Homeroom 120 Baseball Team Scsence Club Key Club Spanssh Club Cast of Father of the Brsde Sensor Motto Commsttee Homeroom Offsce Junsor Red Cross Football Prosectsonsst Basketball Coach 7th Grade League 'ir s-'s-? JOEL DOUGLAS WEBSTER Homeroom IOS Spanssh Club Behavsor Cade Commsttee House and Grounds Commsttee Publscsty Commsttee CAROLYN JOSEPHINE WATSON Homeroom l08 Anchor Staff School Lsfe Sectson Gsrls Usher Staff French Club Starlsght of 55 Junsor Dance Commsttee Sensor Dance Commsttee Publscsty Commsttee School Spsrst Commsttee Y Teens FELICIA ANN WEINHOLD Homeroom 2l7 Sensor Color Commsttee Chasrrnon Y Teens Advsser Junsor Chorus Letter Sensor Chorus Future Hornernokers Amersca .lunsor Dance Commsttee Home Room Offsces MARY ANN WEAVER Homeroom lO8 Natsonal Honor Socsety Anchor Staff Co Edstor of Sensor Sectson Student Councsl Executsve Board Letter Gsrls Usher Staff Head Usher Pensnsula SCA Federotson School Spsrst Commsttee Chasrman Newcomers Commsttee Chasrman Hall ot Fame Most Lskely to Succeed Nelms Honor Scroll P! DRUSILLA DARLENE WEST Homeroom lO8 Latsn Club Gsrls Glee Club A Cappella Chosr Sensor Chorus Lsbrarsan Nelms Honor Scroll Gsrls Usher Staff Anchor Staff Sensor Sectsan Pep Club Publsclty Commsttee l27 SANDRA LEE WEAVER Homeroom IO6 JV Cheerleader Student Councsl Dance Commsttee Chasrman Junsor Dance Commsttee Co Chasrman Gsrls Usher Staff Executsve Board Anchor Staff Faculty Sectson Beacon Staff Sensor Flower Commsttee Hall of Fame Best Dancer Homeroom Offsce MARLENE WEYNOUTH Homeroom l 20 Cast of Because Our Hearts Were Pure Typhoon Tsme Staft Hall of Fame Most Talented Junsor Decoratson Commsttee Drama Make up Staff St rsght of S4 Dsversstsed Occupatsons Club Treasurer 5 9 gc fb'- . , Z, - A I I . - 11 . ,I ff , fl 1 i I I - . - I . . . , 1 , ' , 1 A Q "' .f Y s . . - 1 ,I . - ' 1' - H of ' ' : - : ' " a I' " ' OUR CLASS MEETINGS ERE OI QUESSIE CAROLYN WHEELER Homeroom l20 School Spsrst Commsttee Barbara Ann Deal Commsttee Hockey Team ALMA JEAN WILLIAMS Homeroom I 20 Anchor Staff Bussness Manager Future Nurses Club Secretary French Club Publscsty Chasrman Sensor Invstatson Commsttee Gsrls Usher Staff Reserved Seat Head Junsor Decoratson Commsttee Sensor Chorus Jr and Sr Bands Letter Homeroom Offsce Starlsght of 55 56 90' BEVERLEY LEE WHITE Homeroom 303 Anchor Staff Classrooms Sectson Future Nurses Club Vsce Pressdent Sensor Assembly Commsttee Junsor Dance Commsttee Lotsn Club YTeens Advsser School Spsrst Commsttee Secretary Homeroom Offsces asrls Usher Staff Junsor Chorus Letter Effie.. REUBEN DUKE WILLIAMS Home room 307 Chess Club Beacon Staff Hs Y Drama Furnsture Staff Props Staff Cast of January Thaw Cast of contest play 1 1 JAY FREDERICK WILKS Homeroom 120 Track Team Letter Homeroom Offsces Sensor Chorus French Club Key Club Publscsty Commsttee Dance Commsttee Cross Country Team SHIRLEY KAY WILLIS Homeroom I2O Junsor Decoratson Commsttee Sensor Assembly Commsttee Cafetersa Commsttee School Spsrst Commsttee Newcomers Commsttee Drama Furnsture Staff Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Volleyball Team I28 ' SHIRLEE ANNETTE WILL Homeroom I20 Beacon Staff Bussness Manager Junsor Chorus Letter Sensor Chorus Publscsty Manager rsght of 53 54 Y Teens Jr and Sr Rsng Commsttees Sensor Dance Commsttee Woodmen of the World Hsstory Award A Cappella Chosr l 'Ds T PATRICIA ANN WILMOTH Homeroom I 20 Anchor Staff Sensor Sectson Latsn Club Decoratson Commsttee Chasrman Student Councsl Representatsve Hall of Fame Best Looksng Sensor Assembly Commsttee Junsor Dance Commsttee Gsrls Usher Staff Student Councrl Executsve Board Scrapbook Commsttee Chasrman Hockey Team Y, I ii, A 4 F m 1 .4 I A bf .'-I I f ' 'I ' ' I ' "Stal " ' , ' , '55 "' ' l Tri-lnlieY . cr .., 5 N, If E' V' is . 9 ' BUT RE RDI G xx 1.1-.1 ROBERT EDWIN ORVILLE BON WINSTEAD WOLF Homeroom 120 Homeroom 108 Dsverssfsed Occu atsons Club Key Club p Dsverssfsed Occupatsons Club House and Grounds Commsttee Drama Electrscsan DIANE WOODMAN Home room 307 French Club Speedball Team Future Nurses Club Dsverssfsed Occupatsons Club Secretary Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson Volleyball Team Junsor Chorus Sensor Assembly Commsttee Drama Make up Staff SHEILA FERN WOODMAN Homeroom 307 Anchor Staff Underclassmen Sectson Newcomers Commsttee Publlcsty Commsttee French Club Sensor Assembly Commsttee Future Nurses Club Program Commsttee Junsor Band Gsrls Usher Staff Drama Make up Staff Gsrls Athletsc Assocsatson WOODRUFF Homeroom 2l7 Dsverssfsed Occupatsons Club CARL EDWIN DONALD 'WLEE DOUGLAS GARY WRENN WRIGHT Homerodn l 20 Homeroom l 20 8th and 9th Gmde Fobtball, Cross Country Team JV Football Drama Tscket Staff Varssty Football Track Team V 8th Grade H Il of ame Mos X t letsc st All oundl Hall of Fathe Best All round Shop Offsce X fb' NORMA JACQUELINE WRIGHT Homeroom 120 Beacon Staff Asssstant Edstor Qusll and Scroll Junsar Dance Commsttee Sensor Color Commsttee School Spsrst Commsttee Junsor Chorus Homeroom Offsce Y Teens f If 4 V Q. ul, 9 iv' x l ' , H sn' ' -A L l ' 74 I4 I gl I - b - . , VL t x I , . s fi l g J L1 ' ' , ,' if t y ' fs Publicity Committee: Secretary . 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' Y ' 21' K 'vo' L ' , . f Q V Q gt.. - ,. , - , f 5 -vi PENNANT COMMITTEE O R P0 ORS WORKED WITH US President Vice President Sec reta ry Treasurer Honor Council Executive Board Class Speakers OFFICERS OTHER KEY FIGURES Dennis Ilish SPONSORS Dennis Illsh Jimmy Morgan Gaye Hogge Wirtley Raine Adrienne Nettles Sally Mactarlane Stuart Greenspon Adrienne Nettles Teddy Farrar COLORS Emerald Green and White MOTTO Enter with determination proceed with ambition SENIOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Beverly Ballard Co Chairman Charles Richman Co Chairman Shirley Allen Sandra Canepa Esther Carter Venita Carter Gwen Davis Teddy Farrar Yeardley Fowler Delorse Gabriel Harold Harpine Phyllis Howell Harold London Carolyn Moell Adrienne Nettles Pat Price Murray Rowe Karen Smith Drusilla West Beverley White Shirley Willis Patricia Wilmoth Sheila Woodman Janice Kilgore Renee Koskunas MOTTO COMMITTEE Judy Slavin Chairman Sydney Dearing Linda Seltzer Adrienne Nettles Allen Watkins FLOWERS Gladioli and Carnations RING COMMITTEE Mary Ann Weaver Chairman Joanne Beecroft Evalane Green Nancy Bigger Stuart Greenspan Vicky Chadwell Margaret Johnson INVITATIONS COMMITTEE Nancy Bigger Chairman Joanne Beecroft Shelby Lewis Ann Campbell Carolyn Simpson June Christie Jean Williams June Atkinson Chairman Gloria Field Sallie Marks Harriette Gwaltney Betsy Roberts Sandra Kerman BULLETIN BOARD COMMITTEE Mary Roberts Chairman Leland Edmunds Evalane Green Ann Fenigsohn James Long 132 FLOWER COMMITTEE Betty Long Chairman Bucky Campbell Margaret Schweida Slade Dunn Sandra Weaver COLOR COMMITTEE Felicia Weinhold Chairman Barbara Helmnck Claude Trevathan Celia Siegel Jackie Wright SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEE Gaye Hogge Co Chairman Hopkins Crowder Co Chairman Jo Watson Joanne Cooper Bucky Lenhart Mary Madagan Betty Hudson Nancy Squires Barbara English Dan Poole Jimmy Smith Sonia Kepler Judy Leggette Vicky Chadwell June Christie Miss Wilma Ann Salmon ,..... Mr. William B. Chambers, Jr. D ,, . , . . . . ,, - I X I PLANNING 0 R PROGRAM .an 2 MISS WILMA ANN SALMON To the Class of l956 I have been at Newport News High School only a short time and although there are some of you I have not met personally I wish to express my of being a sponsor of your class I am not in a position to pass on the wisdoms of a more experi enced teacher but from my own thoughts and experiences I would like to give you my ideas on how to have a successful life The Class of l956 has been noteworthy for its spirit and leadership throughout the past four years As you start your future carry on this spirit and always try to excel in all your undertakings whether they be academic or otherwise Strive to do your best work hard and aspire to the high est purposes May your life be full of happiness and success and may the lasting friendliness of your high school abide with you through the years Sincerely WILLIAM CHAMBERS It is with a proud and grateful heart that I salute you the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and fifty sux I am proud of my association with you and grateful for the privilege of serving as your sponsor As you place first emphasis upon making a life rather than making a living it is my earnest prayer that each of you will acquire that depth of perception that true sense of values that will as sure your continued growth in favor with Clad and man May your commencement be the open :ng of life s door to greater happiness and success Sincerely WILMA A SALMON MR WILLIAM B CHAMBERS JR . ,,. . thanks to all of you for allowing me the privilege 4 . H, I l33 THEIR MAJE TIE . iii Wffmwwwf ami ew lv' KING P A BREEDEN AND QUEEN JUDY LECGETTE 134 'W HEADED THE HALL OF FAME LX BEST LOOKING Pofrncuo Wnlmofh Howard Todd Adrsenne Nettles Dennis H sh 135 2 :A .V E 84 as V 8 g MOST POPULAR A THE E HO ORED STUDE TS WERE BEST ALL AROUN D Corolyn Sampson Donold Wrenn V :gas A ' 0 Q .I :'3.i' 41' 6 YZ fn io' NW-.np ,,,,f SRX 31.4.74 136 Ci. s 1 'u .Lge 'O ix, X l 0' Ji I' YN BEST DRESSED June Chrnstne Don Poole 4 l fg ., 15' -'- 'Q-sg. 4.5-Ay +, Q N 9 ont, '. I 'els ,rv I 2 I . , .- 134. A' Ylxf -:ft ,A :': V Lfefn , ,N Q vi . xi V . ,Ov .- 9. M F A af f 41.7 1,2 I - 1 of . 4,11 ., , . sz, S lv Q .. ..'.3'f.v ov' f 'gf - f '14 1 'nut fi 5 Q.: , -. .. A I , ' A '-1'-' . Q , 3. ' ' :': .fi :M 4 fe ffxg gtg -.1 S91 of-,QV 'fix fin,-W A J- it :U wp 1 ' -'J ,gp E ,A A 6 on .4 Q Q V tiff' fg - . . . .f ... . ,, A K. A O :li P" , ' Eta' fg'!z 4 . 5- -'N-MFT? . ,Aw ' if Q K., 1 J- 4 .- r-- ' . wi ' :tx vm, N v Q Q, 53- , no ey: , "' .. 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',yl.Jl IKIALA ,,, .-, -914 These gurls don 1' need to study ony glamour mogozlnes Queen of the sensor class Judy Leggette ond best dressed semor June Chrustne model the Iotest sprung foshnons from Nochmon s wlde selectuon of Junlor clothes WASHINGTON AT 32nd 144 . , . . . . , . , . I Fashaan Wise, Economy Wise Graduates and Undergraduates Shop at BESIKIN S DEPARTMENT STORE SUY 24th d e 31388 Pearl s Taulor Shop Let Us Serve Yom Sewing Needs 211 29th Sf cet llbbztt Realty Company INCORPORATED 13 29th St WHITE OPTICAL CQ NEWPORT News VA MODERN AND ovens 3409 Washington Avenue Dual 4 1781 CONGRATULATIONS BUDLONG 8: GREGG PLUMBING AND HEATING sneer METAL womc 9900 Wa ck Road a CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES lgvntnmxla iilnrwt .7-Xzanrmttnn You Get EVERYTHING MUSICAL At The Thomas Plano Co 210 28th St eet 22512 14 I 0 , 'A' V T X U - n T i' Over ears Ymmq T Corner of an Jfferson Phone - r T . T 4 T .. .L T 2 reef T cl..eAN:ns 3 Fm, T . T I ' - ' T T . . - T T T T T T T nl: t ' W I o rwi W rwick, Vo. T - V ' T 5 sw l For fr endly ser ce Beoco Bus ess Monoge Annette W II ond AI o Jeo W II cms go to the F rst Not o ol Bo k fo depos t the r money THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK NEWPORT NEWS VIRGINIA 4 BECKS BRE "ll'H'll AKERY Bed Ewa ETTY LEWIS ECKONS Q READ I4 K 7 I X ,,, i vi , n in r i m n I i i i n n i I . Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Q -ai ! A. . , . ' JI 4 - BECK5 BREAD - ..' .'. ll... L- M wi: AD - ' I ' , 11 - . A Q I, 1 , C - J ff' 6 Smart shoppers luke Nancy Howley ond Shurley Allen choose theur clothes eg eff 4 le Q-Cfmmf fm 3209 WASHINGTON AVENUE Dial 5 1283 147 from the wide selection ot Legge'rt's. Si? ii? Sir 7 Z 39 Mary 1mmacu1ate I-Iosgoltal School of Nursung Admnts Students wh are hugh school graduates unter ested an nursung and of good character The next class w1II enter nn September 1955 IDAIQIKEIQ 8: I3OWEll W11I Sotnsty Your Wants for DISTINCTIVE HOME FURNISHINGS Dua 2 2041 212 28th Street PENINSUI A SHIPBUILDERS ASSQCIATKDN P s A 3714 weshmgfon Avenue L nq SL rve or Kenneth Arch Inc REAL ESTATE INSURANCE LOANS 26th Strust Dal 2 3264 DIAL 2 6502 NICK VENERIS PLUMBING HEATING ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK 34th St and Huntungton Ave Newport News Vurgrma For All Your Jewelry Needs S Barr Brothers Jewelers 3005 Washlngton Ave NEWPORT NEWS 28 West Mann Street NORFOLK Bagley Stahonery Co, Inc OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FURNITURE Phone 3 1663 2712 Huntington Ave Newport News Congratulatnons to the Graduates BERNARD S Stuart Gardens Warwlck Gardens 14 1 1 1 1 . 7 ' ' - 1 . . ' 1 ' I A sss, ssss ss s sa ss as iT, I 1 When Buy: W or Selhng Let us I Y 1 I 5 I - .l. 1 AL 5 1 1 17 ' H 1 - 1 ssssss- s s ,vs s s 1 v,ssss s, II u 1 It' 1 ' 1 -1 - 1 ' 1 I . . X 1 s s s ss s, I safs 1 1 I 1 OO I 0 ' , , Va. I . 8 ff vga' Lovely as can be in up to the minute fashions stylish Harriett Helfrich and Patricia Wilmoth select new outfits from Phillip Levy Company. 2707 WASHINGTON AVENUE NEWPORT NEWS VA 149 Mutual Home 81 Savmgs Assoclatlan of Newport News Vurgunua 210 30th Street Call The Plays Plan The College Days Open a college savmgs account wuth thus assocuahon then add to nt each month Steady proflts added to your savmgs each year Its the easy way to a college educatuon BAKER 81 llllZELWlll1l1 REALTORS INSURORS 130 26th Street Ph 3 1653 For the Very Best an Meat and Poultry Buy At PERRYS MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET 3207 Huntmgton Avenue Fashion ls Our Busnness Quallty Our Watchword Dependabullty Our Creed MQW 3025 Washington Avenue 1x A Sleep in Security Insure Your Property With I. F. Tilghman. Inc. Nelson C. Overton REALTORS INSURANCE 122 26th Street SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE TRAINED FACULTY Do odE gCIo ses N Ope All Yeo A Co dto ed Clos oo T H gh Sto do ds En oII Todoy College of Hampton Roads 3II2 WestAe e o 2 8I Congratulohons Newport News Dlshlled Ice Co po I N Com pluments Friend Lust Your Reol Estote With MURRAY and PIIIIIIIITT I3I 28th Street REALTORS INSURANCE VIRGINIA ENGINEERING GIJMPANY, Inc General C ontractora 80 29th STREET BUILDING HEAVY HIGHWAY UTILITIES I I' ISI I I I O 0 Superior Troming for Selected Students I y n venin s - I Chcptcrs of cmonol Frotcrmty ond S ty I 0 n r- I ir- n ii n sr ms I . I . I i' Low uItIon- I n r - r I New r ews, Va. v nu Di I -I I I I I T I I I . I of I 0 I C C I n Old Dommlon Crab Co Wholesale Dealers In CRABS AND CRAB MEAT Phone 2 7319 Newport News Vlrgnnna Boat Harbor Post Ofhce Box 196 BOWEN COMPANY INSURANCE CONSULTANTS 136 28th Stroet Dual 41441 NEED GAS? Stop or NURNEY and COX Service Station 5800 Vurglnla Avenue Dlol 2 9731 SEA FOOD FRESH 81 FROZEN WHOLESALE 8. RETAIL Tldewater Crab C0 , Inc Wholesale Dealer In Crab Meat 817 Jefferson Ave Dual 2 0229 Newport News Va We know our savlngs wall be In safe hands says Mary Ann Weaver and Margaret Johnson as they deposlt their weekly savings an the Citizens Ma rune Jefferson Bank CITIZENS MARINE JEFFERSON BANK Washnngton Avenue at 25th Street Dua 6 1381 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION X? 6146 144,014 PHOTOGRAPH ER ISI4 Kecoughta Road Hampton Pho e 4 4591 We Ha e Enpoyed Sevng Yo Ths Yea Remember Us For Your ff 2 JOAN OWNBY f 41" Carolyn Sampson plays a tune on our new grand pnano from The Keynote 9628 Warwick Road ! e lldte W0fW'Ck V'V9"'W'U 53 ff ff 4 n , Vo. V 1 ,pl f f' J, . 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IOBE FORREST MARKET Market and Bakery i' 3600 Huntington Avenue Newport News, Virginia Compliments of ELITE CLEANERS 4405 Huntington Avenlla Newport News Va Bowler's Auto Exchange STUDEBAKER PACKARD DEALER 35th and Huntington Ave Dual 4 1746 Harold Harpme and Judy Slavm open an account with the Bank of Hampton Roads so as to have money for that rainy day BANK OF HAMPTON ROADS Washington Ave You Are Never a Stranger Kecoughtan Road at 33rd Street After Your First Visit at Wythe Center sl: QL I - V ' ll - If 154 W -aww, W ff More than fufty years have passed smce the Inevitable step was taken whnch transferred a sprawlmg tndewater vsllage unto the dlgmfned status of a city of the furst class nn the Commonwealth of Vurgmua Its past has been lllustrlous But our justnfned pnde an past accomplushments must not dam our eyes to the fact there as much left to do nn the future CITY OF NEWPORT NEWS 1,43 www qmw www l55 Trres Battenes Horns Auto Supplues B F GOODRICH C0 3712 14 Washmgton Ave Dual 6 1329 JACKSON RESTAU RANT The Place up the Street Where Fruends Meet 3012 Waslungton Avenue Congratulatuons COLE ci SCCDTT FASHIONS FOR MEN NEWPORT NEWS WARWICK THE HOBBY CENTER Your Headquarters for Photo Hobby and Handlcraft Materials Opposnte Mann Shlpyard Gate 3704 Washlngton Avenue 36 West Queen Hampton Arrow Tres Stetson Hats Arrow Shnrts Grafton Clothes MIRMELSTEIN S Man .s Wcar Smce 1897 3106 Washmgton AVC Economical Transportation Crtlzens Rapld Translt Company Specralrznng rn Chartered Servlce 3400 VICTOYIG Boulevard Hampton Phone Hampton 3 3344 WILKS REALTY CO 652 25th STREET PHONE 2 3279 Rental Sales and Management If Its Good Its Specnal 5808 PARTY Vlrglnla ICE CREAM Avenue l u . l ' ' i l f Q l 1 i O I O 1 . l 4 P "Safe and l I 1 3 . 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I N-mmamig r I59 Builders of Great Ships To Help Keep America Strong on the Seas NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING 160 ke! and DRY DOCK COMPANY Touk wm-I 'rExAco BUNN S TEXACO SERVICE STATION Parr sh Ave ond 25th St N wport N s V g Call for a d Deliver Dal 2 9772 FD 1:72 U25 LL 0, LU28 'Ld OHZS 2505 Chestnut Avenue Dual 4 I-486 AMBULANCE SERVICE Won oAe 336 Congratulahons to the Sensor Class From NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRES of the Pemnsula James Center Vlllage Lee Langley BOWDITCH MOTORS nc Your Locally Owned Friendly Ford Dealer HID aw SALES f SERVICE 800 Kecoughlon Road Dual 5 1268 or 7 1350 '...- 'A 5 IRIS vii-S fill I5 lewis fgfflf' To The WYTHE Esso Servlcenter CREASINC- WASHING POLISHINC Moy Heolth o d Success Ever Be Yours L B Lolly Aronow Spec al st m Estate Planning Busmess Insurance Taxahon PILOT LIFE INSURANCE CO O F Stafford Pes Greensboro N C EMILIE BEARDEN SCHQQL OF BALLET Hulton Vulloge Vvrglnuo I J: i . . e ew , ir inio S Ing! n v nue of r STVQQT n ' i - .I - ' K S? 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Y f DRY CLEANERS J W Hornsbg s Sons, Inc Boat Harbor Newport News Va 7 jg? l M Q TIDEWATER HARDWARE CO NEWPORT NEWS VA 5 1238 170 7 e o o I M 1g'fi?,?1wg, 4 ' W 4 .J w4,,,,wu,, W ,I 3 l- LE al 1 "fi .e M533 r W r A mmm r " A 1 .stu " -U u' K f'3W'1f,, vfff ' ll ,f ,,, M 5' eww hwVwqhasqwglgqd-'J-qvwnux A V, - C 25 h and Parrish Avenue I I Phone - l- With that special gift in mind Marcia Hoff man and Pat Helmick admire the beautiful display of gifts at Shaw s Shaw Iewelry Co 2809 Washington Ave Newport News Sterling Flatware by Gorham Heirloom International Lunt Towle and Wallace Congratulations Class of l 9 56 Nlck Allen Motors, In 30th and Huntington Avenue Dual 4 1734 A CREED FOR AMERICAN YOUTH l resolve to let no time or opportunities slip unused by me' that in small things I will strive to do the best that l can in order that the big opportunities of the future will find me qualified. I realize that my future is an enlarge- ment of the present. What l do in my high school years will make me strong- er in character that l may help to make a stronger America. Sponsored by Patrick Sz Silk, Inc. Appliances and Television 3404-06 Washington Avenue Also 231 Warwick Rood G W Coleman Mgr PENINSULA SUPPLY COMPANY Inc LUMBER AND BUILDI NC MATERIALS 34th Street and Virginia Avenue Phone 4-1496 NEWPORT NEWS, VA. X 64,6 NC3.,4,4.4t4C?' 944 4,11-Gel-fj 444 aff! p'4'L'! 5441! -4441 ZPQ ,df-4-al-c.4e1f Q49 fl fff4L"-9"c"6f?6QfC! 5,4416 lf' ZLAC, rj dfcl :Z,6L, 1,4921 144540 dia! ,Z,.4,,f,1ff,e4.1f4 dMd4f44'C'ff5' '! 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K ,fy lg U X I '-Q f Y AQ X Com im n f V O MANY lg, I pu n :mm nu Il N005 1-Ill For the best un movues Mary Ann Mays goes to the Palace Theatre where she knows shell always fund good enterfamment PALACE THEATRE 32nd and Washnngton Ave Cor-npllments of DAN I EL CLEAN ERS 3509 Hunhngton Ave Phone 2 5241 WARWICK BAKERY CAKES Plas Msrnnss 220 28th Street Phone 4 1362 Congratulatuons Compluments of EDWARDS COAL CO Inc 328 24th Street Newport News Vo Sharpes Aquarium and Pet Shop 2012 Wickham Ave Complete Lune of Exohc and Tropnco All Accessorres Pets of All Descrnphons Many Varletues of Brrds I Fnsh ACME OIL CO EQ BOAT HARBOR Phone Doy 5 1545 Nnght 4 1362 187 Ig ff Y V f r Q 'T1v'l9""f'l ,. , s . ,. , md' lf", than-vi l Q, E f L f 'QD 1 1 ' I I .' . 'k ' 1 . I 1 I . l o Compliments of LAWSON'S GROCERY 2400 Oak Ave. D'aI 6-1601-2 I. H. SCHERTLE TELEVISION at APPLIANCES R.C.A. Westingh use Bendix Crosley Zenith Motorola Ph'Ico Open Do'ly 9 't'l Corner 29th ond Huntington Ave. Phone N.N. 6-1608 Newport News Dal 61971 W B WILLIAMS FURNITURE 225 28th St Ne port News Va EPSTEIN S VenetIan Bllnd Mfg C 232 234 27th St Da 3 IO44 Newport News Va 4 4625 Comphments f YOUNG K GAYLE INSURANCE Law BuIldIng C pl ents The Flowers School EquIpment Company, Inc School Chu ch 8. Publ c Seat g Fum ture 327 West Ma Street d O rg MILLNER S WARWICK FARMS Save Your Money by IFIVESIIFIQ wItl'I us S2 OO per month and upwards wIll earn 3W: NEWPORT NEWS BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION I2O 26th Street 3110 Vlgno Ave Phone 41776 DIC 3 6611 I I I 9 I i . I I . . I . O. O 'A' - . il - - . w , . - , . , om im O . O Manufacturers and Distributors I , r I In I lui . . in Richmon 2 , Vi inia I I I I . . . I I I . I --+v-- I 'r I I . - I , , I - I 188 XX X X Dollar for Dollar you cant beat a Po n tl a C WARD PUNTIAC SALES nc 311 28th St Newport News Va Dual 3 1638 DMV 269 Benson Phrlllps Co , Inc Steel and Concrete Products BUILDING SUPPLIES FUELS 3100 VIYQIHIO Ave Newport News V Phone 4 I707 Our Specialty KOSHER AND IMPORTED FOODS ,lllmw Delicatessen :M I! Dual 2 7237 105 28th St Newport News Va DRUCKER 8r FALK Reol Estote on Portrcrpotung Insurance l3l 26th Street DIAL 61687 Yellow Cab Co., Inc. A Tlnnkmg Fellow Calls o Yellow Phone 41711 or 12 11' Because Fwe Can Rude As Cheap As One qfecwizzmduef' BETTER RUGS AND FURNITURE LOWEST COST EEZ MASSIVE FLOOR DISPLAY S-'AZ Stop ond Pork ond Browse 30th Street ond Vrrgunro Ave 9 1 iSrfjiTTTTY2X 3 - - - A 0 o ' Eookooo SNXEY4 "o"o Q f one-at o - fe---M Q Qvb, . ycc c lxgmgiex TRANSIT-Mlxso coNcR:'r: E I , Q. 1 u i - . 4 - m.,-m p r . . I , I . .. . l mr It -mr - . , . I ' a d .. . AT rl: Vuslt ALS NEW YORK DELICATESSEN Hot Corned Beef and Pastraml THE FINEST IN KOSHER FOOD Dual 2 6028 'I33 25th Street 1 Scrnltctry Restaurant STEAKS CHICKEN CHOPS SEAFOOD 31st ond Woshmgton Ave Newport News V Mutual Underwriters om. wma om. 99 28th Street Dual 4 'I45'l 0,714.4 Qu J REALTOR INSUROR 125 26th Street D101 5 1292 and 5 1293 Epes Stcttlonery Co 2908 Wnshlngton Avenue CROWN SAVINGS BANK Membe Ae k oo BonkesAso welcome Your Account on the Prnvulege of Servmg You 2411 Jefferson Avenue Stuort Gardens Corp Newport News Vlrgmlo REEDY S JEWELRY 222 28th Street Garland Reedy Certufued Wotchmoker Newport News Vo Dio 43 6 1 19 1 1 . I 1 L 1 if - - E , o. I . 1 I , nc. A 1 1 411 , 1 i r 1 F. D, I. C. 1 m rlcon Bon ers Associot' ' . Noti n I r 5 ciot' n 1 I "we 1 d . - - H 1 'ff 1 I I O 1 1 , . ' I - 30 1 O BRYANT Sz NELMS REAL ESTATE ond INSURANCE 129 26th Street PHONE 4 1621 Hampton Esso Servacenter dV o 39734 H a COLEMAN S ROGERS Dm V1 Va fznzaib gong 'cafufafiona G Q9 G coAL coMPANY Making your clothes Is fun you know Come on nn And learn to sew SINGER SEWINC MACHINE CO 2605 Washmgton Avenue D al 4 1962 uzco iz f EZCLLTL S es Peo 1' Plea e SUPERIOR MOTORS Inc OBrdsog SevceM er l615 Keco ghtan Road DODGE PLYMOUTH DODGE Job Rated TRUCKS Shackelfnrd Auto Cnmpang, Inc 339 25th St eel' H gh C ffee Moy d Coff e Qfzxffev 1l1'111Ierc1I ,i'IL'l1IU.' 3101 West Ave ue E tabl shed 1891 Dual 2 1345 Codllloc Ambulance Service EXPERIENCED ATTENDANTS if 1 1 11, ..L,,,,.D- Corner Armistead an ict ria Ave. Dial - ampt n, Va. , Lf-f"1', H1 ee . X -", 355 rr" sw? , I X' Kw ve s. 41 1 3 H fx J 1 i - r L Z7 ,II W J. u o F. nor e 1 4' -1, 1 3 . ' ' al . . . Service U1 M 1 .. "Drive in I se- Drive ou S d" 1 ' 1 s n . . 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' . . . . . y ' 95 97 20 21 News Automobule Exchange 7 4 6 Actsvstses Advertssers Anchor Staff Band Junsor Band Sensor Baseball Basketball Beacon Staff Cheerleaders Jayvee Cheerleaders Varssty Chosr A Cappella Chorus Sensor Classrooms Dedscotnon Dean of Gsrls Dean of Boys D E ub D O Club Executsve Board Student Councsl Faculty F H A Executsve Board Flogtwsrlers Jayvee Flagtwsrlers Varsnty Football Abbstt Realty Company lnc Acme Osl Co Adams Shoe Store Als New York Delscatessen Althaus Delscatessen Amana Sales and Serv1ce Angeluccss Studso Applsance Dealers Club Arts Coffee Shop Babcock Insurance Agency Bagley Statsonery Co nc Baker and Hazelwood lnc Bank of Hampton Roads Bank of Warwsck Barclay Brothers Barclay and Sons Barr Brothers Jewelers Becks Bakery Benson Phsllups Co lnc Bernards B F Goodrsch Co Bslls Blechmans Youth Center B and L Transfer and Storage Co Bostnc Upholstery Boulevard Pharmacy Bowdstch Motors lnc Bowen Company Bowlers Auto Exchange Boyd Bros Barber Shop Budlong and Gregg Bunns Texaco Servsce Statson Bryant and Nelms Coffee Funeral Home Central Restaurant Cstszens Marsne Jefferson Bank Cstlzens Rapsd Transst Company Csty of Newport News Cofer Motor Sales Cole and Scott College of Hampton Roads C and P Telephone C0 Crown Savsngs Bank Dosly Press and The Tsmes Herald Dansel Cleaners Down Douglas P1tt lnc Drucker and Falk Duvals Market Edwards Coal Co nc EI1te Cleaners Emslse Bearden School of Ballet Enterprsse Electrsc Co of Va Inc Epes Statsonery Co Epstesns Exotsc Aquaruum 64 79 142 196 86 91 40 51 617 82 85 59 90 9 4 2 4 7 4 4 4 lnc 2 4 5 4 9 56 4 9 4 0 Fldelsty Insurance and Real Estate Servlce F L Llghtfoot Francss L Jobe Market Franklsn Prsntlng Co lnc Freemans Fur Shop Garden Bake Shop Gene Edmonds Studso General Auto Soles Goodman Hardware Co Goodpar Co lnc Gorsuch Drug Co G S Barnes Inc 4. 4 56 6 EDITORIAL INDEX French Club Executsve Board F N C Executsve Board F T A Executsve Board Glee Clubs Hall of Fame Sensor Home Rooms Seventh Grade 135139 Home Rooms Esghth Grade Home Rooms Nsnth Grade Home Rooms Tenth Grade Honor Councsl lntroductson Junsors Key Club Executsve Board Ksng ond Queen Sensor Latsn Club Executsve Board Lubrary Assnstants Mouse Assembly Natsonal Offncers Offscers Offscers Offscers Offscers Offscers Prsncspal Honor Socsety Elghth Grade Junsor Nsnth Grade Sensor Tenth Grade Student Councsl 22 25 26 28 29 32 34 39 4 4 ADVERTISING INDEX Hampton Esso Servscenter Hannas Hansen and Davses Heath Roofmg Co Halton Hardware Hslton Motor Servsce Hobbyland Horne Brothers lnc Hotel Warwsck Hygesa Roller Rsnk I Mnrmelstesn s Jackson Restaurant Jacobson Press J F Tslghman lnc J H Schertle Jones and Franklsn J S Arnods J W Hornsbys Sons lnc O11 Equspment Kenneth Arch Inc La Vogue Lawson s Grocery Lee Whste Hardware Leggetts Department Store Mabe Insurance Agency Mary Immaculate Hospstal Melvsn and Jsmmses Merrsmoc Motors Mullners Warwsck Farms Modern Barber Shop Modern Cleaners and Dyers Montys Drsve In Murray and Padgett Mutual Home and Savsngs Assocsatson Mutual Underwrsters Nachmans Nachmans Studso Nehs Bottlsng Company Nesghborhood Theatres Nesghborhood Theatres 84 2 58 4 6 4 7 4 4 7 4 9 44 77 Qusll and Scroll School Board School Lsfe Scsence Club Executsve Board Sensor Class Bsg Wheels Sensor Commsttees Heads Sensors Sensor Sponsors Sensor Statsstscs Speech Arts Club Executsve Board Sports Boys Sports Gsrls Staff Heads Drama Stage Crew Student Councsl Student Councsl Commsttees Supersntendent Table of Contents Teachers Autobnographses Thespsans Tournament Cast Nsnth Grade Track Underclossmen Usher Staff Heads Pensnsula Shspbuslders Assocsatson Pensnsula Supply Company Inc Penn Luggage Percy Smsth and Co Perry Electrac Co nc Perrys Market Phsllsp Levy and Company Phoebus Motor Co lnc Pnlot Lsfe Insurance Co Psttmans Grocery Reedy s Jewelry R1chs Super Markets Rsverssde Funeral Home lnc Rsverssde Hospltal School of Nurssng Rollsns Motors lnc R R Jones urnsture 52 63 04 5 0 29 3 2 80 97 98 101 66 67 92 94 18 39 4 6 50 49 83 74 9 79 62 8 Samuel H Phsllxps Real Estate Insurance 8 Sanstary Restaurant Sawyer Constructson Company Scott Dsstrsbutsng Co Shackelford Auto Co lnc Shaw Jewelry Co Shoneys Sslverman Furs Ssnger Sewsng Mochsne Spsgels College Shop Sports Bowl Sportsman Shop Staduum Drsve In Strsngfellow Electrsc Corp Stuart Gardens Corp Supersar Motors Inc Suttle Motor Corporatson 90 66 59 76 6 62 84 86 4 90 6 Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport N News News News News Buuldsng 8. Loan Assoc D1st1lled lce Co Furnsture Co Re g Co nc D Co 8 9 8 60 Swang and Prsce The The The The The The The The The The Broadway Fsrst Nat1onal Bank Flower School Equspment Hobby Center Keynote Kstchen Center Oasss Rug Shop Vurgsnsa Pslot Assocuatson Young Mens Shop C nc 65 46 56 53 9 59 6 5 Newsome Asr Condstuonsng Co Nsck Allen Motors Inc Nick Venerls Noland Company lnc Nolde Nurney and Cox Old Domsnson Crab Co Oser Brothers Posnt Products Co Palace Restaurant Palace Theatre Parsssan Shop Parker and Powell Furnsture Paramount Theatre Patrsck and Sulk lnc Pearls Taslor Shop 7 5 4 Thomas Psano Company Tsdewater Crab Co lnc Tsdewater Hardware Corp Tsdewater Motorcycle Corp Unsversal Auto Sales Corp U S Tsre Servsce c V1c Zoddas Restaurant Vsrgxnsa Englneersng Co nc Vsrglnla School Equspment Co Ward Pontsac Sales Warwsck Bakery Warwsck Cstses Servsce Warwsck Launderers Dry Cleaners Warwsck Esso Servscenter Waterfront Lumber Co W B Wsllsams Furnsture Weaver Brothers Whste Optscal Company Wslks Realty Co Wullsams Colle and Blanchard 4 5 70 79 8 6 6 89 87 5 6 4 57 88 74 4 6 59 Pensnsula Pensnsula Pensnsula Pen1nsula Pensnsula Co-op Florsst Assocsatnon Funeral Home Hardware Co Masd 4 4 W T Chapsn lnc WVEC TV Wythe Esso Servscenter Yellow Cab Co Inc Young K Gayle 80 4 89 Q ,M A JM L :V .HI in 0 . 1, . 1-1. 1. ,. 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