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

 - Class of 1957

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If ' A 'X ', 'F 4 - V fs ' -1 W + w 79 'K -E ., Nail as wa 2 1 ' - am I-l., .. A. 11 A LH '. v , v ig , 5 q A KU? 6 'K .N :-., 1 s 55 K' "a I avi? 1 , fl.-A F' f TV! X 3 lf, ,. QV, f '51 1 6 ml vig ,MI 3, Jn.. X A f',f" X Y nays 5 , i v--so ,-- ,.,,,.u.ii.ii.,: ..,,:,!.N. sx,.,-..:f- "1 Hi-5-.fb 'M' ww QW' , 1 f. 'itil' ,si ijt!-Mi. Jvw1.i,b ,lim Iiiql-nh .Q,, . 'W' -t u 'Z Q' " 9 f- -sh fl . + ,A 403 We, too, began to form our paths of life in a new environment when we entered NNIIS. We strived to build good character, increase our wis- dom, and broaden our abilities in order to pre- pare ourselves for a better life. Here we partici- pated in a representative government, became members and leaders of various student organi- zations, and learned to assume responsibilities. As future leaders of our community and country, we leave NNHS realizing that we will have many challenges to face from day to day. rs ' y -Y ' H W ' Q v-"xii . lx , L in 4 G- xxx , ' ' ' :X i W Q . . rss A B. wx dy, "n R -Wg, egxtgl N X aw. A. 5"fQU33n-- 5 .us- aie' 5 - Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION ....,...............,,.,,,,. II. HOUSE OF BURGESSES .....,. Faculty III. FIRST SETTLERS ...... Seniors IV. FOLLOWERS OF THE FIRST SETTLERS ..... Underclassmen V. DAILY LIFE ....., Classroom VI. ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF VIRGINIA SETTLERS Activities VII. SOCIAL LIFE ......,. School Life VIII. RECREATION ..., ,... . Sports IX. ROYAL BACKERS ........ Ads 4 1 6 16 56 78 90 ........108 ........120 ........142 Editor BETTY JEAN DAIL Assistant Editors EVELYN CASEY AGNES MAE DICK Adviser JOHN A. HULLER OUR INSPIRATION It is our desire to dedicate the '57 ANCHOR to one we think well deserves this honor. The enthusiastic ideas you suggested have made it possible for us to plan many successful activities. Your guidance and deep interest in us have helped us to feel secure during our high school years. In addition, your cheerful attitude, vivacious personality, and dignity have made you the most likeable sponsor a class could have. Therefore, Miss Moneda Key, for being our inspiration, the class of 1957 dedicates this year's ANCHOR to YOU. 5 j6LClfLAfg The old Jamestown church provides a picturesque background for Gloria Tart and Whit Hancock. "F af" I R . 'Z-ff ' 4 -Q18 ' H 1 XA " 12. 'wt iv-, -. ,. ' . ' sfg. JM J,, wf +I' 'Z , . X '. z- ' x . F. -. f' 'Af' 'U ,Y . ev 11. Y - TQ? .Y 1. , -:aw . 5 ua ,uk Ls N kv x E' fx Mfr N-1 ,u-wunz' uvxu.-ufanu .li.mf.vu:.n-.nux,xx.p1:-sxufxn MJ' 0l!8l"l'L0l" 6016! Egpwty- 0l!8l"l'L0l"5 MR. GEORGE J. MCINTOSH 'X MISS ETHEL M. GILDERSLEEVE l Miss Ethel M. Gildersleeve has many capacities, be- sides being Dean of Girls. She is a friend to all re- quiring individual guidance and her deep under- standing and patience make it easy for students to confide in her. Being advisor to the Student Coun- cil also requires much of her time and patience. Our principal, Mr. George J. McIntosh, supervises the general administration of Newport News High School. He plans the curriculum and sees that the necessary changes are made, approves all school activities, and has charge of planning all func- tions concerned with Newport News High School. He is admired and respected by students and fac- ulty members because of his ability as a leader, friend, and excellent administrator. an-.:?S, ' . Q . MR. THOMAS 0. KEESEE Our assistant principal, Mr. T. O. Keesee, is a well- known person around Newport News High School. He is always busy working out school schedules, and handling disciplinary problems. His sparkling humor and friendly personality make him a good friend to the students here at Newport News High School. 8108 lftl9l90l"t8J f!L8 05211 OVL 0WLf26Ll'Lg MRS.DAVHJIHCK President of the Newport News High School P.T.A. sf DR. R. O. NELSON Dr. R. O. Nelson, the school superintendent, effici- ently carries out the administrative duties of the school system. With careful consideration and plan- ning of the yearly budget and construction of schools. he insures a smooth operation of the educational system. As a Christian gentleman, his quiet manner leaves a lasting impression upon both the faculty and students. ll lfllfllli . ag.. The School Board, left to right, Mrs. John E. Kritzer, Mr. S. D. Green, Dr. R. O. Nelson, Mr. Philip W. Murray, Mr. Harold W. Chandler, Dr. C. Waldo Scott, and Mrs. Angela P. Layne. fAbsent at this time was Mr. R. T. Yatesj A8 014158 of MP985585 MRS. VIRGINIA BAKER MRS. VIVIAN L. Randolph-Macon Woman's BAUSERMAN Collette. AB Randolph-Macon Woman's Enzlish College, AB General Science Alszebra General Math WILLIAM B. CHAMBERS. MISS CASSIE CHILDRESS JR. College of William and College of William and Mary, BS Mary, BS Columbia University Teachers Physical Education College, MA Driver Education and General Math Traininxz Algebra Assistant Football Coach Basketball Coach Assistant Track Coach Plane Geometry MISS DOROTHY M. CRANE MRS. ELIZABETH A. University of West DAVIDSON Virginia, AB Oglethorpe University, BS Head of Extra-Curricular General Science Activities Drama Drama Club Sponsor Ushers Thespians Drama Department Head ROBERT F. BEARD Virginia Polytechnic Institute, BS Machine Shop KENNETH B. BENNETT West Virzinia Institute of Technolorzy, BS College of William and Mary MEd Diversified Occupations Diversified Occupations Club Sponsor MRS. JEAN W. CLIFT MRS. GARLAND J. CONN Mary Washington Westhampton Collexze, AB College, BS General Science Typinz MRS. KATHRYN PACE CAMERON Madison Colleixe, BS English - -L 1 , .W .g . , J. A, mi 5. in . .Jai 1 ,W ,w t , Q , ,. M. aj, gg , sg I A an -f 5 X' -39: ,Q 4' sf-wwe X e Q ., -A is-, .N , - was ,X A, - .,,.: ' 'ia if Sli A was .wi-1'2:'? ' "-' - JULIUS CONN University of Virginia, RS Physical Education Hygiene Director of Athletics Track Coach CECIL H. ERICKSON Oswego State Teachers College, BS Cornell University, MS Drafting 10 so XX if is MISS SUSIE FLOYD W X ' if A V. Longwood Colleze, BS Columbia University, MA Science Department Head Biology MRS. MARY B. FORBES Columbia University Teachers College, BS Seven Grade English Virginia History General Science Qui arriec! QM .yndfmclfiond A y , MISS ELMA F. FREE Juniata College, BA University of Michigan, MA Latin S.P.Q.R. Latin Club Sponsor 1 a MRS. ELEANOR T. HAMILTON Virginia Polytechnic Institute, BS Distributive Education D. E. Club Sponsor Cheerleaders Sponsor if P I X f- S " .3 X iii ' JOHN A. HULLER College of William and Mary, BS Journalism Algebra Plane Geometry Anchor Advisor Quill 8: Scroll Advisor Beacon Advisor wfiggilg-.I 'I as V 5513 f ' . 'r tilir I ' '- I . , 'M 1g A , Q :,, I . H 1 MISS MARGARET R. GARLAND George Peabody College, BS Assistant Librarian Library Instruction Library Assistants Club C0-Sponsor ff MRS. ANNA HAY GIBSON William and Mary College, BA English French French Club Sponsor MRS.4VERNA D. GRAVES Florida State University, AB General Math Ali-zebra ,nv--1 ' 5 2 ' PTF, a, N I MISS AMANDA N. GRAY Longwood College. BS Dramn MISS MARY A. HELMER MISS EMILIE HOLLADAY MRS. PHOEBE B. HOYLE MRS. NINA P. HUFFMAN Longwood College, BS William and Mary Colleyze, M Ed U. S. History Longwood College. BS Columbia University, MA General Math Algebra Woman's Colleize of the Ohio State University, BS University of North Columbia University, MA Carolina, AB English English LEON W. JACKSON MRS. VIOLET O. JONES ARTHUR RONALD KELLEY MISS MILDRED KELLY East Carolina Teachers College of William and Yale University, BA B Mus Collvizc of William and College, BS Mary, AB M Mus MBTY. All Music English Junior Band New York University. MA Chorus Guidance Senior Chorus Boys Chorus Girls Chorus Vocal Ensemble 11 e edloecfeaf Meir of erubion 4 ! , , . , -. V, 8 MISS SUE KELLY MISS MONEDA KEY MISS ELINE KRISCH MISS MARY MARGARET Madison College, BS Longwood College, BA College of William and LANE Columbia University, MA Spanish Mary, AB College of William and Foods Senior Class Co-Sponsor Columbia University, MA Mary, AB Future I-Iomemakers of Typewriting Univeristy of Virginia, M Ed History Department Head America Sponsor HERMAN LEVY MISS ANN ELIZABETH Hampden-Sydney College, LUNDBERG AB B Sc Duke University, AB Columbia University, MA English Math Department Head General Math Solid Geometry Trigonometry Virginia History f .fg ,3 I J ! , 1' ' f ' aeel . X i HARRY A. LYETH Oswego State T College, BS Drafting Leathercraft eachers MRS. VIRGINIA S. JAMES W. MAYS MRS. BESSIE B. McFALL MASTERS Hampden-Sydney College, BS Longwood College, BS University of Maryland, BS George Washington English Physical Education University, MA Music Hygiene Chemistry General Science Driver Training Physics G.A.A. Sponsor Science Club Sponsor 12 MISS FRANCES MAGUIRE Boston University, BS World History U. S. History MRS. FRANCES NETTLES College of William and Mary, AB Science Biology Honor Council Sponsor MRS. VIRGINIA LaPIDES Ithaca College, Mus B Speech Radio Production Speech Arts Club Sponsor "Typhoon Time" Sponsor MRS. EDNA COLBOURN MARSTON College of William and Mary, BS Clothing mud. MISS PHYLLIS NURNEY Longwood College, BS English Bookkeeping Typinir unc! gaine WMA .!6'L0wLc!9e CHARLES W. NUTTYCOMIIE Randolph-Macon College, BA General Math Eighth Grade History Assistant Football Coach Assistant Track Coach THOMAS M. ROBINSON Springfield College, BS Assistant Football Coach Physical Education Senior Class Co-Sponsor Physical Education Driver Training Tumbling Club Sponsor Apparatus Club Sponsor Intramurals Sponsor MISS SARAH WADE OWEN MISS ANNE V. PARKER Longwood College. RS English General Math College of William and Mary. AB MA English MRS. WILMA S. ROBINSON MRS. RUTH DUGGER Longwood College, BS Office Practice Vocational Office Training Future Business Leaders of America Sponsor Junior Class Co-Sponsor .NSN .W ii 55 iv: Bm W L" Si- gi' 33' :JZ Ff- W U1 3 -1 mm 52 ei ,,. D :im Fl nr gm az W 951 will wa: :11 F' -1 o z English Tri-Hi-Y Club Sponsor SANDERS Longwood College, BS Physical Education 4- by V ,I illl fl, . ' if .C y F I .. A' if - figs' - in MISS FILEANOR A. SHERMAN Oberlin Conservatory of Music, RA BME Music Junior Chorus Sponsor 13 , Q as is , . of ' . X as . JACK POWERS University of Richmond, IIA College of William and Mary, M Ed U. S. History Physical Education Junior Varsity Football Coach Baseball Coach J. C. RANGE Milligan College, AIS College of William and Mary. MA Football Coach Physical Education Hygiene Driver Training .sf MISS ELIZABETH A. MISS IIICTTY SCHAI'I'I'R SAUNDERS College of William and College of William and Mary, All Mary. All Art University of Michigan, MA Art Club Sponsor Librarian Library Assistants Club Co-Sponsor .I ix A X ...A . fi' A- -,N as ,... EEL- A MRS. GERTRUDE Ii. SLOOP SAMUEL H. SOMICRVIII Gettysburg College. All English Seven Grade History General Math JR. West Virginia Instituto of Technolmly. ISS General Wood Shop lx, . P. Q ww Ae? again! me .jzozfufzcfalfion li 'ij ig gifsggg .,.. Z ' 'Jae i .ii E , MISS FRANCES STROHECKER Longwood College, BS Richmond Professional Institute Geography U. S. History MISS REBECCA SUTTLE MILES L. THOMPSON MISS LILLIAN TODD College of William and Northern Illinois State Columbia University, BS MA Mary, BA Teachers College, BE General Math English Department Head English MRS. LALIE LETT WEBB Mary Washington College Clothini! S MISS ELSE WENTE Longwood College, BS University of Tennessee, MS Physical Education Hygiene Driver Training G.A.A. Sponsor Printing Algebra Plane Geometry ri LOUIS M. WHEARY, JR. Lynchburg College, AB George Peabody College, MA Government M. G. WILLEY Temple University, MA Shorthand Commercial Department Head i I . , . ..-9 Ll 55- , ,,. Q' ' MRS. MARY TRULI. Berry College. ISS Foods KENNETH EUGENE WILLIAMS East Carolina College, IIS General Metals MISS ELIZA W. WISE MRS. JEANETTE W. LEONARD ZIMET MRS. MARGARET PAYNE MRS. VIRGINIA A. CASH Longwood College, BS WRIGHT Indiana University, BME BEDDOW Office Clerk Columbia University, MS College of William and Butler University, MS Secretary to Mr. Mclntosh Seventh Grade History Mary, AB Senior Band World History English School Dance Band U. S. History Flagtwirlers Sponsor 14 Al' DLI: ,jlftlflflffe uccedd MRS. SUE D. FLEIG WILLIAM L. MARTIN MRS. VIOLA SKEETER MRS. ALICE WHITE MRS, I.UClI.l.l'I WILLIAMS Office Bookkeeper Custodian Assistant Manager of Manager of Cafeteria Riverside Hospital School Cafeteria of Nursimr. RN Bible Club Snonsor Srhool Nurse --' ' .. . -Q., . - R as r-Ftfx X X he ff' 1 j .... Q1 A group of teachers seem to be enjoying their lunch in the school cafeteria . ' f X -- - 1 f . . Here they are able to relax for half an hour and chat informally. I h f , 1 1 M I h n er ree perioc we lim iss ,ane c eck- ing test papers, one phase of her day's work. Judging by her smile, some lucky student made an A. at w Just as they do every morning before school begins, the teachers are getting the daily if bulletin and other notices from their boxes in the office. Mrs. Hainilton, Miss Kelly, and Miss Lane are eager to examine the contents of their boxes. 15 enior Beverley Powell and Jerry Saunders are flanked by the Jamestown set- tlers' ships, the "Godspeed" and the "Discovery." HSS ...,..-me ' an Q lw,,o5 ll wwwiww yi Ease. w Us X Jfisfglix, X 'bi xx 'N 'Q RQ, fe-S :mimi iilxmk we? LW Xi We Q1 x . VK A 5 as Nam wfszff X fa, H .Q fn'-r , K Q I Ax 2 Rv5".'l5-211131,-fifxi 25? 1 we wilelfiwlf N Y fr? -f 'X we we fx-wXpiY'E+SA1:ff-awww :- ,ez -we-f-ff A wi A.-we fafwewwf W -f '- K wear -ww..Nw!vs.,'z:x3mwf- Wie,-0 we 'iw 1- Q -1 f X "' vi? J Tl . X if "L, l , 9- 5,-gQj, SX - 3' S - X ws21':.Q-fiflaelfgxxik me l I lf iffffi 2- 2 af' ' WM ' A SQ - 3 is 'il W. X -1 hirdimi ex eww if N551 5849 W -. 1 ' '-il Q" :A '-f l X ,A V , 45, also SQ? Q-"",, ? 4v9W4Q'f l -XNXQQ ,I-"""w Nw Q o X e fgcwenlf QW 05201 in? ,SZHAM my .-'Vu-I .W .RT The 1957 Senior Class Officers take a tour of the Jamestown Festival Site. They are left to right kneeling: Jon Pearl, Treasurer, Harvey Weinstein, Honor Council Representa- tive, Jerry Grogan, President, Jerry Saunders, Executive Board Representative, stand- ing left to right: Carolyn Clark, Honor Council Chairman, Nancy Keesee, Honor Coun- cil Representative, Jimmy Mooney, Vice-President, and Kay Davis, Secretary. pr 4mr'sQ Bwfha xl Q , The Senior Class Leaders pause in front of the New World Museum at the Jamestown Festival. They are left to right kneeling: Jerry Grogan, President, James Todd, Gifto- rian, Jon Pearl, Treasurer, Jimmy Mooney, Vice-President, left to right standing: Har- vey Weinstein, Honor Council Representative, Nancy Keesee, Honor Council Represen- tative, Carolyn Clark, Honor Council Chairman, Carol Wornom, Class Speaker, Kay Davis, Secretary, and Jerry Saunders, Class Speaker. 18 cd wmv ma,fb5fie5 KING AND QUEEN Woody Hudson and Peggy Taylor KING AND QUEEN Woody Hudson and Peggy Taylor Our royal majestios, King Woody and Queen Pm-ggy, view the homes in the old Jamestown fort. Awe rominenf QAVLZJLLA MOST POPULAR Betty Jean Dail and John Mitchell Betty Jean and John relax on the veranda wall with the reception center forming a picturesque background. BEST ALL AROUND Deanna Steele and Jerry Grogan Our best all around couple, Deanna and Jerry, pause be- fore entering one of the homes in the old Jamestown fort. 20 1 eceiuec! gjdrzfoow came 1 ,,, ,ff BEST LOOKING Kay Walker and Harold Smith Kay and Harold, our best-looking duo, stop at the counter in the reception center to secure literature on the James- town Festival. BEST DRESSED Norma Jean Howell and David Wittan David and Norma, our best dressed couple pause on the edge of one of the many pools located throughout the Jamestown Festival grounds. I - ya '51 i tb OVL8 OQOAQJ ,7Cl'LUdI" MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Pat Helmick and Blaine Crum Pat and Blaine prove they are the most likely to succeed as they prepare to enter the Jamestown fort church. 22 BEST STUDENTS Page Smith and Mannie Smith Page and Marmie study the Jamestown Festival site with the keen interest that made the class choose them the best students. Ifo 61, igger felo in BEST DANCERS Evelyn Casey and Jerry Saunders Our best clancers, Evelyn and Jerry, strike up a dance on the Jamestown Festival veranda. ie ,,-1' ,V,,,--"""",,A .r"'M"" f ,ff . ii .f .. "'fi,'2TN . f 1 - g x - - 23 MOST TALENTEIJ Agnes Mae Dick and Dino Vretos Our most, talented young' twosulnv, Agnes and llino, stop and admire the lumlsczlpc. The lwl'I1l0l'lHl 'Town-1' provides an eye-catching b21CliQ.1'l'ULlllll. LW, SML? Wm -w--1 MOST ATHLETIC Lolly Wynne and Skippy Weitz Miss Athlete and Mr. Athlete, Lolly and Skippy, study the plaque on the Memorial Towel' at the Jamestown Festival. MOST TYPICAL Norma Wilson and Jimmy Mooney Norma and Jimmy, our most typical couple, add to the beauty of the veranda terrace. .xdduifiecf Ay .MA ZKJZPJ MR. THOMAS M. ROBINSON My sincere best wishes to each of you as you complete one phase of your life and enter another. As I believe most of you know, I have enjoyed my association with you in the past year. I have considered it a privilege to serve as your sponsor. I will not attempt to give you advice since there are others more capable of this than I. In- stead, I wish for each of you a full and happy life with the hope that as you complete each task you will emerge a better person by having attempted it. Sincerely, MONEDA E. KEY Congratulations Class of 1957 l I am grateful and honored that you selected me to serve as your sponsor. You have reached an important plateau of your life. There are other plateaus that must be con- quered, but you will not have as much help in scaling these new heights. You alone will deter- mine your final place in life. There is no set formula for living, but such things as courage, hard Work, honesty, humility and a belief in God are necessary for a success- ful life. America is still the land of opportunity. "Seek and ye shall find." Do not hesitate to stand up for truth and right and oppose that which you be- lieve to be wrong. Live life to its fullest, and "This above all, to thine own self be true." THOMAS M. ROBINSON MISS MONEDA E. KEY we eam of ,Jgard me JUDY RAE ABBOTT Homeroom 118 Anchor Staff: Activities Section Senior Pennant Committee: Chairman Usher Staff Quill and Scroll Senior Dance Committee Homeroom Offices Student Council Committees Latin Club Student Council Representative Drama Staff: Effects DURWOOD B. ADAMS, III Homeroom 114 Junior Band Solo Cornet: Letter Senior Band Solo Cornet: Letter Dance Band lst Trumpet "Starlight" 1954-'56 All-State Band 1955-'57 Solo Cornet in 1957 French Club KATHERINE ELIZABETH ADAMS Homeroom 118 Student Council Senior Chorus D. O. Club Girls' Glee Club CHARLES FRANCIS ALLEN Homeroom 118 Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter 8th and 9th Grade Football Senior Dance Committee Shop Officer ELLEN MARIE ANAS Homeroom 118 School Spirit Committee French Club Pep Club D. E. Club: Treasurer Senior Flower Committee HELEN HILL AVANT Homeroom 118 French Club Future Business Leaders of America Senior Assembly Committee Junior Ring Committee Beacon Staff Publicity Committee Dance Committee G. A. A. Representative ETTA LEE BAKER Homeroom 114 Dance Committee Senior Pennant Committee House and Grounds Committee D. O. Club Junior Dance Committee RONALD BARRY BASS Homeroom 114 Junior Band: Letter Senior Band: Letter 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Junior Varsity Basketball Baseball: Manager D. E. Club .fd UQVLCZCJ tA8 .EPM ROBERT STEVENS BELL Homeroom 215 D. O. Club Shop Officer MORTON BINDER Homeroom 113 Senior Motto Committee Shop Superintendent D. 0. Club NEWELL HAUSE BLAYTON, JR. Homeroom 113 House and Grounds Committee Junior Dance Committee Shop Officer Homeroom: Vice-President Senior Bulletin Board Commit- tee 8th and 9th Grade Basketball JUDITH ANN BLECHMAN Homeroom 114 Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Ac- tivities Section Senior Motto Committee: Chair- man French Club: Secretary Latin Club Nelms Honor Scroll National Thespian Society Cast of Contest Plays Drama: Head of Assistant Di- rectors Staff Tournament Director Drama: Letter PATRICIA ANN BLOXOM Homeroom 114 Red Cross Representative Student Council Homeroom Offices D. E. Club G. A. A. BETTY ANN BRACEY Homeroom 313 Transferred from St. Vincent High School Newport News High School: Latin Club Future Nurses of America Library Club: Treasurer Behavior Code Committee School Spirit Committee Senior Assembly Committee Junior Dance Committee PATRICIA PATTERSON BRANCH Homeroom 113 Drama: Letter All Tournament Cast: 1956, '57 Cast of "Room for One More" Cast of Tournament Plays Director of a Superior-Rated Play Student Council Committees Nelms Honor Scroll Senior Assembly Committee Latin Club Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Ac- tivities Section MARY ELLEN BREWER Homeroom 215 Transferred from Hampton High School Newport News High School: Girls' Chorus Future Business Leaders of America j!Li5 .xgofuancemenlf Wade M School Junior Homeroom 114 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Latin Club: Constitution Com mittee Spirit Committee Baseball Team Band: Letters -me ll ,EW WILLIAM DUMAS BREWER S Senior Junior Senior Dance Band: Letters Dance Committee Dance Committee Band EVELYN ROBERTS BUNN Homeroom 313 Junior Chorus: Letter Drama: Cast of Tournament Play National Thespian Society Drama Staff: Property Head Latin Club D. O. Club Senior Dance Committee JOAN LEE BURCHER Homeroom 114 Student Council Representative Anchor Staff: Senior Section Latin Club Science Club Homeroom Officer Junior Decorating Committee Senior Color Committee Future Business Leaders of America Student Council Committees Junior Varsity Flagtwirler LEO PATRICK BURKE Homeroom 113 School Spirit Committee Barbara Ann Deal Committee D. E. Club Senior Dance Committee Key Club PATRICIA LOU CANNON Homeroom 215 Office Assistant Usher Staff Science Club French Club Senior Invitation Committee Behavior Code Committee Junior Chorus Future Business Leaders of America Financial Committee Represen- tative Senior Calling Card Represen- tative EVELYN MILDRED CASEY Homeroom 215 National Honor Society: Secre- tary Quill and Scroll Junior Varsity Cheerleader Varsity Cheerleader Anchor Staff: Co-Assistant Editor Beacon Staff: Feature Editor Drama Staff: Ticket Committee Head Senior Dance Committee: Co- Chairman Dance Committee: Co-Chairman Hall of Fame: Best Dancer EUGENE M. CHAPMAN Homeroom 215 D. E. Club: Scrapbook Co-Chair- Ulan . Senior Color Committee CAROLYN ROMAYNE CLARK Homeroom 215 Honor Council: Chairman Peninsula S. C. A. Federation Student Council Representative Student Council Committees Anchor Staff: Senior Section Homeroom Offices Executive Board Junior Dance Committee Future Business Leaders of America Quill and Scroll I2 M of me War JOHN BURTON CLARK Homeroom 113 Cast of Contest Play '4Romance is a Racket" Cast of "Life With Father" Cast of "Solid Gold Cadillac" CYNTHIA ANN CLONTZ Homeroom 21 5 Dance Committee Senior Pennant Committee Junior Band: Secretary Future Business Leaders of America: Parliamentarian JOHANNE ELIZABETH COATES Homeroom 215 Junior Chorus: Letter Latin Club Junior Decorating Committee Drama Staff: Furniture Assis- ant Head Future Teachers of America Anchor Staff: Faculty Section Election Official Senior Invitation Committee Barbara Ann Deal Committee Y-Teens LINDA JOANNE COBLE Homeroom 113 Senior Chorus: Letter D. E. Club: Program Committee Co-Chairman FREDERICK HAYDEN CODDING Homeroom 313 Key Club Homeroom: President Senior Chorus 1954, '57 Manager Senior Chorus 1956, '57 Junior Decorating Committee: Co-Chairman Senior Assembly Committee Latin Club 'tStarlight" 1954, '55 Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter ALAN BRENT COHEN Homeroom 216 Junior Usher Committee Track Team Cross-Country Team Senior Pennant Committee Dance Committee Junior Dance Committee Publicity Committee Intramural Golf PHILIP MEARS COLLINS Homeroom 114 Junior Band Senior Band Honor Council: 8th and 9th Grade Key Club Beacon Staff: Co-Editor of Sports Section Basketball: Letter Baseball: Letter Senior Dance Committee Basketball: Manager Quill and Scroll RICHARD BROOKS COLTRANE, JR. Homeroom 215 Key Club Latin Club French Club Track Team Publicity Committee W. O. W. United States History Award Nelms Honor Scroll 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Senior Assembly Committee 2l9l"8:58l'LfLl'Lg Olftl' l"0gl"8:55 JAMES JOSEPH COMER, JR. Homeroom 215 D. O. Club HARRY M. COVERT, JR. Homeroom 114 Beacon Staff: Co-Editor of Sports Quill and Scroll Junior Band: Letters Senior Band: Letters Dance Band Junior Red Cross Representative 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Shop Officer MARGARET VIRGINIA COWAN Homeroom 113 Transferred from Surry High School Newport News High School: Senior Assembly Committee French Club Senior Band BLAINE CECIL CRUM, III Homeroom 215 Key Club Latin Club Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter Homeroom: Chaplain VERA LEE CUTCHINS Homeroom 215 Future Homemakers of America Dance Committee School Spirit Committee Pep Club Future Business Leaders of America Office Assistant Senior Color Committee BETTY JEAN DAIL Homeroom 216 Anchor: Editor-in-Chief Student Body: Secretary National Honor Society: Presi- dent Behavior Code Committee: Chairman Quill and Scroll Peninsula S. C. A. Federation: Secretary Student Council Executive Board 1954-'57 Girls' State Nelms Honor Scroll Hall of Fame: Most Popular VIRGINIA LOUISE DAIL Homeroom 21 6 House and Grounds Committee Barbara Ann Deal Committee Behavior Code Committee Senior Dance Committee Girls' Glee Club Future Business Leaders of America WILLIAM DANDRIDGE DANGLER Homeroom 215 Drama Staff: Stage Manager Stage Crew Homeroom Cast of "Billy's First Date" Track Team Key Club D. O. Club National Thespian Society: Letter, 100 Point Award W izbidlofagec! our 51194 an lznnanfd VIRGINIA MCKAY DAVIS Homeroom 313 Junior Varsity Cheerleader Varsity Cheerleader Senior Chorus Future Business Leaders of America Future Homemakers of America Senior Class: Secretary Anchor Staff Girls' Sports: All-Star Junior Chorus "Starlight" 1954, '55 SANDRA JEAN DEHART Homeroom 118 Transferred from Covington High School AGNES MAE DICK Homeroom 313 Anchor Staff: Co-Assistant Editor National Honor Society Quill and Scroll: Secretary Athletic Council: Secretary Hockey Team: All-State Senior Chorus 1956, '57: Letter Latin Club: President Ensemble Student Council Representative: 12th Grade Hall of Fame: Most Talented CAMMIE ETHERIDGE DICK Homeroom 313 Junior Band: Letter Freshman Class: President Honor Council Representative: 10th Grade French Club: President Senior Motto Committee Election Official Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Faculty Section Quill and Scroll JOSEPH LEONARD DUNFORD Homeroom 114 Nelms Honor Scroll Senior Band: Drum Major Sherman Award All-State Band: 3 Years D. O. Club: Vice-President District D. O. Clubs: Vice- President Local and State Industrial Arts Awards Dance Band Senior Music Committee: Head Junior Band: Letters MARLIN WAYNE EBY Homeroom 313 Homeroom: President Student Council Representative Senior Chorus: 1954, '57 Ensemble Senior Assembly Committee Junior Decorating Committee "Starlight" 1954, '55 WILLIAM WEBB EDWARDS Homeroom 313 Senior Motto Committee Shop Officer YVONNE ELIZABETH EGGLESTON Homeroom 313 Junior Chorus Latin Club Tri-Hi-Y School Spirit Committee Senior Dance Committee Drama Staff: Prompter Dance Committee Apparatus Club Tumbling Club ng CFL enfeo! QZ2ni5IfA were .Aidefii HORACE EDWARD ELVINGTON Homeroom 313 D. E. Club: Honor Committee French Club Senior Dance Committee NELSON BRYAN EWELL Homeroom 313 Tournament Plays: All-Star Cast Cast of 'January Thaw" Drama Staff: Stage Crew 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Cross-Country: Letter Track: Letter D. 0. Club Senior Motto Committee CHRISTINE WRIGHT EZZELL Homeroom 215 Transferred from Mathews High School Newport News High School: Future Business Leaders of America EDNA GAYLE FALLIN Homeroom 313 Anchor Staff Future Nurses of America Tournament Play Casts Student Council Representative Senior Assembly Committee Junior Dance Committee Drama Staff: Assistant Directors Drama Staff: Co-Head Props, Effects Directed Tournament Play Homeroom Officer FRANK R. FERGUSON, II Homeroom 114 Senior Band: Letter Junior Band: Letter Latin Club Newcomers Committee Dance Committee Pep Club Senior Pennant Committee AUDREY ELAINE FERRELL Homeroom 313 Senior Chorus Girls' Chorus Future Business Leaders of America Tri-Hi-Y Senior Dance Committee EDWARD MICHAEL FRIERMAN Homeroom 118 Spanish Club Science Club: Attendance Com- mittee Chairman Junior Academy of Science Homeroom Officer Junior Dance Committee Senior Motto Committee Cafeteria Committee JAMES THOMAS GAY Homeroom 118 Junior Decorating Committee Homeroom Officer Latin Club 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Senior Dance Committee fo saweefs C ' : our gnferfaining enior Memdfyf IVAN BAER GOLDBERG Homeroom 114 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Shop Officer Junior Band: Letter Junior Usher Committee Spanish Club Key Club Senior Dance Committee Track: Letter Senior Band: Letter RALPH MARTIN GOLDSTEIN Homeroom 114 Junior Band Senior Band: Letters Latin Club Science Club Junior Usher Committee Senior Dance Committee Dance Band All-State Workshop Band GERALD FRANCIS GROGAN Homeroom 313 Junior Varsity Basketball Football: Letter Track: Letter Key Club: Vice-President Senior Class: President American Legion Award Homeroom Officer WILLIAM ELMORE GWYNN, JR. Homeroom 118 Homeroom: Chairman 8th and 9th Grade Football: Manager Senior Bulletin Board Committee em eii' i rf- 1 if 33 ELSIE JEWELL HAMNER Homeroom 313 National Thespian Society Junior Dance Committee Senior Dance Committee Senior Bulletin Board Committee Junior Varsity Flagtwirler French Club: Executive Board Student Council Representative Drama Staff: Co-Head of Advertising GLORIA CLAUDINE HAND Homeroom 118 Latin Club Junior Chorus Future Nurses of America: President Future Homemakers of America: Vice-President Junior Ring Committee Senior Assembly Committee Behavior Code Remembrance Committee Homeroom Officer Drama Staff BILLY CARLTON HANRAHAN Homeroom 113 Junior Dance Committee D. E. Club D. E. Club: Editorial Promotion Officer Junior Decorating Committee FREDERICK S. HAYMAN Homeroom 114 Junior Band: Letter Senior Band: Letter "Starlight" 1954 Dance Band All-State Workshop Band Cross-Country: Letter Track Team If er CJLVLMLLA were jnuafuagd BETTE LEE HEATH Homeroom 114 Senior Band: 1000 point letter All-State Hockey Team Future Nurses of America: Vice-President Latin Club: Secretary Senior Chorus Senior Assembly Senior Bulletin Board G. A. A. Point Recorder All-State Band PATRICIA ELLIS HELMICK Homeroom 118 Quill and Scroll: President National Thespian Society: Secretary Senior Bulletin Board: Chairman Homeroom: Secretary Student Council Committees Student Council: Executive Board Beacon: Co-Editor Anchor Staff Contest Plays Hall of Fame: Most Likely to Succeed ROBERT EDWARD HELMINTOLLER Homeroom 118 National Thespian Society Stage Crew Homeroom Junior Varsity Basketball Drama: Letter Junior Band Senior Assembly Committee Shop Officer 8th and 9th Grade Basketball 8th and 9th Grade Football HILTON DEAN HENDERSON Homeroom 118 Speech Club D. O. Club Junior Dance Committee Pep Club School Spirit Committee Senior Pennant Committee Shop Officer WANDA A. HODGE Homeroom 113 Future Business Leaders of America Library Assistants' Club JANE ELIZABETH HOFFMAN Homeroom 118 Anchor Staff: C0-Editor of Classroom Section Usher Staff: Head Senior Assembly Committee: Co-Chairman Senior Chorus: Secretary Chorus Ensemble Latin Club: Recording Secretary Future Teachers of America: Historian Homeroom Offices Junior Dance Committee Typhoon Time Staff MARCIA MYRA HOFFMAN Homeroom 118 A Beacon Staff: Co-Editor Anchor Staff: Senior Section Quill and Scroll: Vice-President Latin Club Cast of Contest Plays Senior Motto Committee Student Council School Spirit Committee Junior Dance Committee Executive Board NORMA JEAN HOWELL Homeroom 114 Anchor Staff: Activities Section Junior Varsity Flagtwirler Varsity Flagtwirler: Co-Head Senior Flower Committee: Chairman Future Business Leaders of America: President Hall of Fame: Best Dressed Usher Staff Junior Dance Committee in Orcfering L jnuifafiond WOODROW WESTON HUDSON Homeroom 118 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter Senior Assembly Hall of Fame: King ANNE WATKINS HUTCHESON Homeroom 118 National Honor Society Cast of Major Plays Drama: Letter Home Economics: Letter Furniture Staff: Head Future Homemakers of America: President Junior and Senior Ring Committee: Chairman National Thespian Society Election Official Iunior Chorus: Letter SANDRA TURNER INGELS Homeroom 313 Varsity Cheerleader School Spirit Committee Dance Committee Senior Chorus 1954, '55 Girls' Glee Club Junior Chorus Girls' Basketball Future Business Leaders of America "Starlight" 1954, '55 - BARBARA LEAVELL JOHNSON Homeroom 118 Future Nurses of America Latin Club French Club School Spirit Committee Publicity Committee Junior Decorating Committee Furniture Staff Senior Decorating Committee G. A. A. T LOUIS DOUGLAS JOHNSON Homeroom 216 Senior Chorus 8th and 9th Grade Football Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter Homeroom Officer MARY EGGLESTON JOHNSON Homeroom 1 1 8 Anchor Staff Future Teachers of America: President Latin Club: Executive Board Usher Staff: Reserve Head Junior and Senior Chorus Senior Assembly Committee Junior Dance Committee Hockey Team Rockettes of '57 ROBERT FRASIA JOHNSON Homeroom 216 Senior Color Committee Drama Staff: Stage Crew Sth and 9th Grade Football Boys' Usher Staff D. 0. Club WILLIAM DONALD JOHNSON Homeroom 216 Metal Shop: Secretary 8th and 9th Grade Football 9th Grade Homeroom President Junior Varsity Football Track Manager: Letter Cross-Country Manager: Letter D. E. Club: Scrapbook Committee Chairman Homeroom: 12th Grade Vice- President gained Walfzfwifg gifbagdcf ow BOBBY ARTHUR JONES Homeroom 113 Basketball Team Baseball Team CHARLOTTE LAVERNE JONES Homeroom 118 Executive Board Student Council Senior Assembly Committee Chairman Newcomers Committee: Co- Chairman Drama Staffz Make-Up, Assistant Head Junior Decorating Committee Future Nurses of America Contest Play: "Billy's First Date" Contest Play: Director PAUL DAVID JONES Homeroom 118 1 Junior Varsity Basketball Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter Varsity Baseball: Letter "Starlight" of 1955 and '56 Senior Chorus Ensemble NANCY ROSE KEESEE Homeroom 118 D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award National Honor Society Nelms Honor Scroll National Thespian Society: President, Letter Cast of Major Plays Usher Staff: General Head Honor Council: Secretary Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Sports Section School Spirit Committee: Chairman Senior Assembly Committee: Co-Chairman Barbara Ann Deal Committee: HARRY WADE KELLER Homeroom 216 Homeroom Officer Machine Shop Officer Wood Shop Officer BARBARA ANN KEMP Homeroom 216 Junior Band Senior Band G. A. A. Point Recorder G. A. A. Executive Board All-Star Basketball Team D. O. Club Apparatus and Tumbling Clubs Typhoon Time Senior Invitation Committee .JAMES E. KEY Homeroom 114 Junior Band: Letters Senior Band: Letters t'Starlight" 1955, '56 Dance Band LOIS MARIE KING Homeroom 114 Senior Dance Committee Future Business Leaders of Amerlca Future Homemakers of America 0 ue :Ming QUALMJ 0 gferg any LUCY ANN KINLOCK Homeroom 216 Future Teachers of America Latin Club Drama Staff: Furniture Junior Decoration Committee Senior Pennant Committee Newcomers Committee Publicity Committee RICHARD HUGHES KRAUSE Homeroom 313 DORIS MURIEL LANDEN Homeroom 216 D E ub Senior Color L ommlttee D F Club Proguam Committee H. BYRON LAPIDES Homeroom 216 Boys Usher Staff. Head 1955, '57 Senior Assembly Committee Latin Club Spanish Club Homeroom Officer PATRICIA BECK LETZINGER Homeroom 114 G. A. A. Tumbling Club: 8th Grade Homeroom Officer: Chaplain Apparatus Club: 8th Grade Hockey Team: 9th Grade Softball Team: 10th Grade Volleyball Team: 10th Grade PATSY ANNETTE LEWIS Homerooin 216 Transferred from Warwick High School Newport News High School: Student Council Representativ Senior Dance Committee Dance Committee Tri-I-Ii-Y Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Council Secretary G. A. A. Representative Senior Basketball ANNE LEE LI LLASTON Home room 21 13 Future Teachers of America: President Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Senior Section Latin Club Quill and Scroll Library Assistants' Club Senior Invitation Committee Usher Staff Homerooin Offices Junior Academy of Science Science Club PEGGY HARTSELL LINKER Hoineroom 114 D. E. Club D. E. Honor Club: Chairman 1 ,7!z Same Walfurify Chemie! an PEGGY JEAN LOVIC Homeroom 216 National Honor Society Senior Chorus: Letters A Capella Choir Girls' Glee Club Future Teachers of America Future Homemakers of America: President Usher Staff Student Council Representative Student Council Committees Contest Play COLLEEN LEE LUKE Homeroom 216 Nelms Honor Scroll All-State Chorus A Capella Choir Senior Chorus: Letter Girls' Glee Club Future Teachers of America Future Homemakers of America: Treasurer Usher Staff French Club Junior Chorus: Letter DAVID EUGENE LUNDQUIST Homeroom 216 Science Club: President Science Club: Letter Behavior Code Committee Chess Club Senior Pennant Committee Homeroom: Vice-President Nelms Honor Scroll National Honor Society JOSEPH ANDREW MADAGAN, JR. Homeroom 216 Junior Varsity Football Basketball Manager: Letter Newcomers Committee Senior Pennant Committee A Capella Choir Ensemble Boys' Glee Club WILLIAM ROBERT MADDY Homeroom 215 Student Council D. E. Club: Program Committee Chairman Junior Band Junior Varsity Football Dance Committee Homeroom: President Shop Officer Barbara Ann Deal Committee Senior Chorus MARTHA LAYNE MAGANN Homeroom 216 Homeroom: Chaplain Student Council Representative Behavior Code Committee Speech Club: Recording Secretary Library Assistants' Club Bible Club: Vice-President Publicity Committee School Spirit Committee Drama Staff: Make-Up MARY ELIZABETH MAGANN Homeroom 216 Student Council Representative Homeroom: President Speech Arts' Club: Speakers' Bureau D. O. Club: Scrapbook Committee Future Nurses of America Barbara Ann Deal Committee Drama Staff: Make-Up Publicity Committee Typhoon Time Library Assistants' Club EDNA EARLE MARTIN Homeroom 216 Tri-Hi-Y: President Spanish Club Tumbling and Apparatus Club House and Grounds Committee G. A. A. Representative: Letter Junior and Senior Dance Committees Junior and Senior Hockey Teams Junior and Senior Basketball Teams Junior Softball Team Junior Hockey: Sports Leader laloreciafiue .fdlfmoalo ere af Cfam CAROLYN ANNE MCCORMICK Homeroom 313 D. E. Club Senior Color Committee NANCY ANN McCORMICK Homeroom 313 National Thespian Society Drama: Letter Drama Staff: Effects Head Tournament Director: Superior Rating Future Business Leaders of America Anchor Staff: Sports Section Senior Chorus "Starlight" 1956 Quill and Scroll Senior Assembly Committee JAMES JOSEPH MCDONALD Homeroom 114 8th and 9th Grade Football 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Junior Varsity Football Junior Band Senior Band: Letters D. O. Club: President Senior Color Committee Industrial Arts Award Shop Offices JOHNNY HUBERT MCLAWHORN Homeroom 215 Junior Band D. E. Club D. O. Club Ks Weefin 5 JOHN EDWARD MITCHELL Homeroom 215 8th and 9th Grade and Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter Student Body: President Peninsula S. C. A. Federation Speech Arts' Club: Vico- President Speech Arts' Club: Parliamentarian 11th Grade Executive Board Member Key Club Hall of Fame: Most Popular DELORES ANN MONFALCONE Homeroom 216 Junior Chorus French Club Cast of Contest Plays Drama Staffs: Make-Up-Head Furniture, Props Junior Dance Committee Usher Staff V. O. T. Future Business Leaders of America Senior Invitation Committee JAMES EDWARD MOONEY Homeroom 215 Vice-President 10th Grade Vice-President 11th Grade Vice-President 12th Grade 8th and 9th Grade Football Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football Junior Boys' Usher Committee Head Shop Officer Homeroom: 11th Grade President 8th and 9th Grade Basketball BOBBIE WHITEHURST MOORE Homeroom 1 1 3 Future Nurses of America: Historian Latin Club Usher Staff Future Business Leaders of America: Treasurer Senior Color Committee Junior Decorating Committee Dance Committee Tumbling Club Basketball Team Future Homemakers of America W, fA lax Slfffm, Stacked Cfiarngaffg GEORGE BURTRAM MOREWITZ Homeroom 216 Spanish Club Baseball Manager Junior Varsity Basketball Intramural Golf Senior Pennant Committee Junior Usher Staff GAIL ROBINS MORRISON Homeroom 216 Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Faculty Section Head Registrar Student Council Representative Senior Invitation Committee: Chairman Latin Club: Executive Board Future Teachers of America: Secretary House and Grounds Committee: Assistant Chairman Usher Staff Quill and Scroll MARY EUGENIA MORRISON Homeroom 313 Anchor Staff Senior Assembly Committee Latin Club Usher Staff Junior Chorus Student Council Committee DAVID ELANDRITH NEWTON Homeroom 216 D. E. Club: Scrapbook Committee KITTY DILLON NORMAN Homeroom 216 Anchor Staff: Sports Section 9th Grade: Secretary 9th Grade: Executive Board Latin Club Peninsula S. C. A. Federation Junior Chorus Homeroom Offices Senior Dance Committee Student Council Representative Quill and Scroll STEPHEN MICHAEL OPPENHEIMER Homeroom 112 Transferred from McKinley High School in Canton, Ohio Newport News High School: Science Club ZOE PAPAS Homeroom 215 Anchor Staff: Activities Section Library Assistants' Club: Vice-President Student Council Representative Homeroom Offices Future Business Leaders of America Future Homemakers of America: Vice-President Senior Assembly Committee Drama Staff: Furniture Junior Chorus Junior Ring Committee STEVEN PAUL PARIANOUS Homeroom 216 Cast of "The Solid Gold Cadillac" Cast of "Romance is a Racket" Cast of "Quiet Please" National Thespian Society Art Club Homeroom: Custodian Senior Assembly Committee Senior Chorus om Ogarne A0144 xloerience D Q i +52 .C ....,.. , 20 L . .1 4 5 .,:, . 4 2 Q W, 2. 4? ,Y Q l , f MARGO WHITE PARKER Homeroom 113 D. E. Club: President All-Star Volleyball Team Champion Speed-A-Way Team Dance Committee Senior Color Committee G. A. A. D. E. Club: 1st Place Winner of Speech Contest French Club Drama Staff: Make-Up Head National Thespian Society JON SAUNDERS PEARL Homeroom 216 Senior Class: Treasurer Varsity Football: Letter Junior Varsity Football Nelms Honor Scroll Contest Play: Assistant Director Key Club Latin Club Junior Usher Staff Junior Dance Committee Senior Assembly Committee HAZEL JOAN PEGRAM Homeroom 215 Library Assistants' Club: President Drama Staff: Props Drama Staff: Costumes Junior Decorating Committee Pep Club Drama Staff: Advertising' Future Homemakers of America Nelms Honor Scroll HELEN DAWN PEGRAM Homeroom 215 Library Assistants' Club: Secretary Future Business Leaders of America Future Homemakers of America Senior Assembly Committee Behavior Code Committee Drama Staff: Props Drama Staff: Furniture Nelms Honor Scroll Junior Decorating' Committee JANE SHIRLEY PENN Homeroom 215 National Thespian Society: Vice-President Assistant Director Staff: Head Director of Contest Plays Best Thespian Award Cast of Contest Play Drama: Letter Nelms Honor Scroll Senior Assembly Committee Speech Arts' Club Homeroom Officer EUGENE OTTAWAY PETERS Homeroom 313 Speech Club: Speakers' Bureau D. E. Club: Honor Committee Junior Varsity Football Drama Staff: Costumes Radio Class Senior Bulletin Board Committee Homeroom: President GENE RAYMOND PETERS Homeroom 313 D. E. Club: Social Board Speech Club: Social Board Senior Motto Committee Homeroom: Vice-President CATHERIN E MAXIN E PETTY Home1'oom 216 Student Council Representative French Club Future Nurses of America Usher Staff Senior Dance Committee D. O. Club: Refreshment Chairman Junior Rim: Committee lacreccfion AllLA9AlL8l'L8C! our .Slfmbw IG- S SARAH PORTER CHEATWOOD PHILLIPS Homeroom 1 18 Anchor Staff: Business Manager Latin Club: Membership, Program Chairman Usher Staff: Program Head Election Official . Future Teachers of America: Program Chairman . Student Council Representative 9th Grade Launchings Representative Senior Color Committee: Chairman Junior Dance Committee Quill and Scroll GEORGE DALLAS PIPKIN, JR. Homeroom 1 1 3 Track Team: Letter Cross-Country Team: Letter Senior Dance Committee Latin Club BEVERLEY LEE POWELL Homeroom 118 Varsity Cheerleader Executive Board Student Council Representative Future Business Leaders of America Election Official Anchor Staff Beacon Staff Dance Committee: Co-Chairman Senior Invitation Committee Junior Dance Committee GEORGE PRESLEY POWELL Homeroom 113 D. E. Club Publicity Committee Dance Committee Junior Dance Committee ADRIENNE ALLMON PRICE Homeroom 114 Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Underclassmen Section Varsity Flagtwirler Senior Chorus Latin Club Senior Music Committee All-State Hockey Team Usher Staff Nelms Honor Scroll Quill and Scroll National Honor Society RICHARD EMORY PRINCE Homeroom 114 Junior Band Senior Band Track Team Senior Pennant Committee ANDREW MARTIN PUCKETT' Homeroom 113 Senior Motto Committee Shop Officer WILLIAM EDWARD QUEENSBERRY Homeroom 215 8th and 9th Grade Football 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Junior Varsity Football Junior Varsity Basketball Varsity Football Varsity Basketball: Letter Junior Dance Committee Senior Dance Committee Drama Staff: Furniture Assistant Head cl! jmproue our emonaglfiw ALICE EILEEN RASH Homeroom 114 Science Club French Club: Treasurer Senior Band: Letter All-State Band 1957 Senior Assembly Committee Junior Band Senior Band: Treasurer 8th Grade Friendly Typhoon Senior Band: Corresponding Secretary SARAH FRANCES REESE Homeroom 216 Future Homemakers of America Junior Decoration Committee Senior Bulletin Board Committee Senior Chorus v , JANEY MAE ROANE Homeroom 313 Future Business Leaders of America Senior Chorus Ensemble A Capella "Starlight" 1956 Band and Chorus Concert Volleyball Team Bulletin Board Committee Softball Team Hockey Team LARRY EDWARD RUHLAND Homeroom 215 Junior Usher Committee Key Club: Treasurer Varsity Baseball: Letter Junior Varsity Football 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Shop Superintendent Junior Chorus Peninsula All-Star Baseball Team 43 - - .sk .. ,ice .... 1 TQ JERALD DEATON SAUNDERS Homeroom 215 National Honor Society Hall of Fame: Best Dancer Class Speaker Senior Representative to Student Council Athletic Letter Publicity Committee Head Activities Letter Track State Winner Senior Dance Committee Vice-President S. C. A. Chesapeake District CALMET MARSTON SAWYER Homeroom 114 Senior Cross-Country: Manager, Letter Senior Outdoor-Track: Manager, Letter Key Club Senior Bulletin Board Committee WILLIAM C. SAWYER Homeroom 114 8th and 9th Grade Football Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter Senior Dance Committee FRANCES JANET SCHEINMAN Homeroom 215 Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Senior Section Future Teachers of America Latin Club French Club: Refreshment Chairman Usher Staff Student Council Committees Junior Chorus: Letter Senior Flower Committee Quill and Scroll Senior Indoor-Track: Managzel ow f af gcaduafion L5 SONJA ANN SETTLES Homeroom 114 Cast of "Mrs, Pipworthy's Little Girl" Senior Invitation Committee G. A. A.: Executive Board: Point Recorder Volleyball Team Tumbling Club Drama Staff: Make-Up Drama Staff: Sound Effects ELEANOR PYLAND SEWARD Homeroom 114 Future Business Leaders of America Senior Dance Committee Future Homemakers of America SANDRA LEE SHERMAN Home1'oom 113 Latin Club Future Teachers of America Usher Staff Ensemble Chorus: Accompanist Senior Chorus Junior Chorus Senior Chorus: Vice-President Senior Flower Committee JAMES WYATT SHIRES Homeroom 313 Honor Council Representative Student Council Representative Key Club Varsity Basketball: State Championship Letter Varsity Baseball: Letter Senior Dance Committee Home Room: President 8611? BERTHA LOUISE SMITH Homeroom 118 Future Homemakers of America Speech Arts' Club Future Business Leaders of America Senior Dance Committee Senior Flower Committee CLENTON JAMES SMITH Homeroom 114 Sth and 9th Grade Football Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football Senior Dance Committee CLYDE WESLEY SMITH Homeroom 216 D. E. Club DONALD CREECH SMITH Homeroom 313 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Junior Varsity Football Shop Officer Bulletin Board Committee Homeroom: Secretary mmf gl ore ew FRANCES OPHELIA SMITH Homeroom 1 13 Junior Decorating Committee Junior Dance Committee D. O. Club: Treasurer D. O. Club: State Reporter Varsity Hockey Team Speed-A-Way Team Basketball Team HAROLD ELLIS SMITH Homeroom 118 Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football French Club Key Club Junior Dance Committee Hall of Fame: Best Looking Homeroom: Chairman Senior Dance Committee Dance Committee KATHRYN PAGE SMITH Homeroom 216 National Honor Society Science Club: Secretary, Letter Nelms Honor Scroll Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Classroom Section Launchings: 9th Grade Representative French Club: Vice-President Junior Chorus: Letter Latin Club Homeroom: President Quill and Scroll MANNIE SMITH Homeroom 114 Key Club: Executive Board Student Council Representative Junior Varsity Football Varsity Football: Letter Science Club French Club Nelms Honor Scroll Senior Bulletin Board Committee Senior Treasuer's Committee ,ilrrifory ibm: 45 MARGARET BRUCE SMITH Homeroom 215 Nelms Honor Scroll Speech Arts' Club: Recording' Secretary Science Club Future Teachers of America Usher Staff Beacon Staff: Associate Editor Anchor Staff Cast of Major Plays Drama Staff Quill and Scroll SHIRLEY ELIZABETH SMITH Homeroom 313 Softball Team Basketball Team Volleyball Team G. A. A. Beacon Staff Senior Invitations Committee Future Business Leaders of America Senior Assembly Committee SHIRLEY EVELYN SMITH Homeroom 215 Latin Club: Scrapbook Committee Chairman Science Club: Executive Board Future Teachers of America Senior Motto Committee Nelms Honor Scroll Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Underclassmen Section Girls' Basketball Team 10th Grade Basketball Tournament Quill and Scroll JOHN OLEY SOUTHWORTH Homeroom 215 Key Club: Secretary Speech Arts' Club Staff of "Solid Gold Cadillac" Typhoon Time Recording Wo1'k for Plays, Concerts Newcomers Committee Senior Color Committee Wil U MA W THELMA LEE SPADE Homeroom 114 Anchor Staff: Senior Section Junior Varsity Flagtwirler Varsity Flagtwirler: Co-Head Quill and Scroll Band Sweetheart 1956 Senior Invitation Committee Junior Dance Committee Future Business Leaders of America Tri-Hi-Y: Chaplain Dance Committee MICHAEL RODERICK SPANGLER Homeroom 1 13 Transferred from Warwick High School Newport News High School: Senior Chorus MARGARET ANN STANFIELD Homeroom 215 D. E. Club Hockey Team MARGARET DEANNA STEELE Homeroom 313 Future Business Leaders of America: Chaplain Anchor Staff: Faculty Section Beacon: News Editor Library Assistants' Club Usher Staff Senior Bulletin Board Committee Student Council Representative Hall of Fame: Best All Around School Spirit Committee Quill and Scroll RUSSELL GARRISON STEPHENSON Homeroom 1 14 Senior Pennant Committee Senior Band: Letters Dance Band: Letter Junior Dance Committee Junior Band: Letters JAMES ARNOLD STIDHAM Homeroom 313 Football Team Track Team ROBERT LEE STOOPS Homeroom 313 Track Team Cross-Country: Letter D. O. Club Dance Committee Senior Flower Committee House and G1'ounds Committee 8th and 9th Grade Football JAMES EDWARD STRICKLAND Homeroom 113 Senior Motto Committee D. O. Club fo e L5 in fine jocfureg Our ijaifk in dw pmf H JAMES E. STROUP Homeroom 118 Junior Varsity Basketball Varsity Football "Starlight" 1955, '56 Senior Chorus Senior Dance Committee Wood Shop Officer GEORGE BARRY STUTT Homeroom 313 Junior Decorating Committee Senior Dance Committee Hi-Y Club 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Shop Officer WILLIAM ROY TATE Homeroom 216 Transferred from Hampton High School Newport News High School: Junior Chorus Senior Chorus KATHLEEN CLOVE TAYLOR Homeroom 118 Future Homemakers of America Future Business Leaders of America Senior Flower Committee Girls' Basketball Team Speed-A-Way Team Volleyball Team PEGGY SNOW TAYLOR Homeroom 118 G. A. A.: President G. A. A.: Sports Leader Future Business Leaders of America Hall of Fame: Queen Rockettes of '57 Senior Chorus Varsity Hockey Team All-Star Hockey Team: Co-Captain Basketball Team: Captain Volleyball Team FRED BERNARD THOMAS Homeroom 114 Junior Band: Letter Senior Band: Sherman Award All-State Workshop Band All-State Band 1956, '57 Key Club Science Club: Treasurer Latin Club Dance Band Launchings Staff 1953 MILLARD EUGENE THOMAS Homeroom 118 Homeroom: President Speech Club Speakers' Bureau: Chairman Senior Color Committee HARRY MAYNARD THWEATT. JR. Homeroom 118 Track Team Cross-Country Team Senior Chorus D. E. Club Cross-Country: Letter D. E. Club: President Ensemble Homeroom: President Chorus: Letter A Capella Choir eam 0 mr cm! pfanning 'D 4' MARIAN LYNN TIMBERLAKE Homeroom 215 Latin Club: Corresponding Secretary and Vice-President Executive Board 1956, '57 Student Council Anchor Staff Cafeteria Committee: Secretary Barbara Ann Deal Committee Senior Dance Committee Junior Dance Committee Pound: Co-Chairman Quill and Scroll NANCY LEE TIMBERLAKE Homeroom 118 Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of Sports Section Executive Board 1956, '57 Student Council Latin Club: Corresponding Secretary Pound: Co-Chairman Usher Staff Junior Dance Committee Senior Dance Committee Quill and Scroll JAMES HUNTER TODD Homeroom 313 Transferred from Woodstock School Newport News High School: Typhoon Time 1956, '57 Cast of "Solid Gold Cadillac" Voice of Democracy Contest WILLIE C. TURPIN, JR. Homeroom 113 Senior Assembly Committee Varsity Football Team: Co-Head Manager School Spirit Committee Football Team: Sth and 9th Grade Manager Junior Varsity Football Team: Manager Cast of "Solid Gold Cadillac" 12th Grade Tournament Play "Quiet Please" Drama Staff: Costume Head and Assistant CONSTANTINE PETE VRETOS Homeroom 113 Varsity Football Team: Letter Senior Chorus: President Ensemble: Manager Latin Club Key Club Junior Chorus Junior Varsity Football All-Star Cast of 1956 Tournament Plays Science Club Tennis Club KAY ANN WALKER Homeroom 215 Junior Dance Committee Senior Pennant Committee Hall of Fame: Best Looking Future Business Leaders of America School Spirit Committee Office Assistant Dance Committee TAMSEY DAWN WARREN Homeroom 114 Junior Band: Letters Junior Band: Music Staff Head Senior Band: Sherman Award Senior Band: Attendance Secretary Drama Staff: Make-Up Senior Treasurer's Committee Senior Pennant Committee Future Teachers of America Latin Club Science Club: Social Committee Chairman HARVEY ELLIS WEINSTEIN Home room 113 Cafeteria Committee: Chairman Student Council: Executive Board Track Team: Letter Cross-Country: Letter Honor Council: Senior Representative Chrous: President Chorus Programs of 1956 Spanish Club Senior Assembly Committee Dance Committee fo cz ig Ccdrafion ..... flue ,Mom RAOUL LOUIS WEINSTEIN Homeroom 113 Student Council Representative Cross-Country Team Track Team: Letter Key Club Homeroom: President French Club Senior Dance Committee Junior Dance Committee Golf Club Publicity Committee HERMAN EDWARD WEITZ Homeroom 113 Student Body: Vice-President Key Club: President Football Team: Captain Track: Letter Peninsula S. C. A. Federation House and Grounds Committee: Chairman Football Team: Letter KERMIT ROOSEVELT VVHITESIDE, JR. Homeroom 114 Varsity Track Team Senior Band Junior Band Junior Varsity Football Dance Committee .IOHN HERMAN WIEDMAN Homeroom 113 Cast of "Solid Gold Cadillac" Senior Dance Committee Junior Varsity Football Team: Manager Varsity Football Team: Letter Stockroom Metal Shop: Foreman Cast of 12th Grade Tournament Play "Quiet Please" Drama Staff: Furniture Varsity Football Team: Manager PHYLLIS MARIE WIGGINS Homeroom 113 Bible Club Apparatus Club Future Business Leaders of America Latin Club Girls' Glee Club Senior Bulletin Board Committee House and Grounds Committee Newcomers Committee School Spirit Committee JOAN CAROLYN WILLIAMS Homeroom 113 Anchor Staff: Activities Section French Club Homeroom Offices Y-Teens Future Nurses of America Senior Pennant Committee Dance Committee Speedball Team Future Business Leaders of America Junior Ring Committee WILLIAM BRYANT WILLIAMS, JH. Homerooni 1131 Key Club French Club Latin Club National Thespian Society Anchor Staff: Sports Section Student Council Representative Senior Assembly Committee Junior Boys' Usher Staff Drama Staff: Props Junior Chorus ELIZABETH MANLEY WILSON Homeroom 1 III Anchor Staff: Sports Section Usher Staff Junior Dance Committee Junior Varsity Hockey Team Senior Flower Committee Home-room: President Future Teachers of America: Vice-President Dance Committee French Club: Art Committee Head Publicity Committee W6 MCLCAQC! Olflfl' NORMA J. WILSON Homeroom 113 Usher Staff Future Teachers of America Future Business Leaders of America: Vice-President Senior Invitation Committee Junior Decorating Committee French Club Student Council Representative Student Council: Executive Board Office Bulletin Board Chairmar CHARLES DOUGLAS WISE Homeroom 113 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Shop Officer DAVID GARRICK WITTAN Homeroom 113 Football Team: Letter Track Team: Letter Latin Club Key Club Dance Committee School Spirit Committee Junior Varsity Football 8th and 9th Grade Basketball Senior Dance Committee Hall of Fame: Best Dressed JULIA MORRIS WOLF Homeroom 216 Publicity Committee House and Grounds Committee Remembrance Committee Spanish Club Future Nurses of America Tri-Hi-Y Senior Motto Committee ROBERT FRANKLIN WORKMAN, JR. Homeroom 114 Senior Band: Letters Dance Band Sth and 9th Grade Basketball Junior Band: Letter Baseball Team Bulletin Boar' Committee CAROL MARSHALL WORNOM Homeroom 113 Junior Varsity Cheerleader: Head Varsity Cheerleader: Head Usher Staff Latin Club: Vice-President Future Teachers of America Senior Class Speaker Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of School Life Section Varsity Hockey Team Election Official Homeroom Officer LAURA LEE WYNNE Homeroom 113 Anchor Staff: Co-Editor of School Life Section Latin Club Executive Board: Scrapbook Head Usher Staff G.A.A. Executive Board Varsity Hockey Team: All-State Senior Assembly Committee Basketball Team Quill and Scroll Hall of Fame: Most Athletic rimifiue Qu, . . gucfuafion 'Q ,-. Q Fav Is ir- SENIOR COMMITTEE HEADS Top Left: Porter Phillips, Color Committee Chairmzmg Norma Jean Howell, Flower Committee Chairman. Top Right: Judy Blechman, Motto Committee Chair- mang Pat Helmick, Bulletin Board Committee Chair- man. Left Center: Ann Hutchenson, Ring Committee Chair- mang Gail Morrison, Invitation Committee Chairman. Right Center: Nancy Keesee and Jane Hoffman, Senior Assembly Committee Co-chairman, surround Miss Crane who helps coordinate Senior Assembly. Lower Left: Evelyn Casey, Dance Committee Chair- mang Leonard Dunford, Music Committee Chairman. 51 vw emorg of flae pfldf gr erience The Anchor Staff pauses in front of the United Nations Building. These vvurbooks ar0n't good .is Ollls The group visits Columbia University for the press COI1f9l'L'I'lC9. Q' is NVQ drink a toast at thm hanquct, ig .n iiixwsw-4s ,.rL The Anchor Staff overlooks hc- Now York skyline. N Sis The Guidette explains the United Nations Building to us. A Qi? 'Ihr Anchor Staff tcilds in Rocldfellcl Centel. H 'vi' . , 2 x. ..-fvf' XJ wi W QW Q. Q . . . ,P l 2 J .n fg f- 1:-.-..: ,--x ' i i n G., A certain young N. lN, H. S. lass is ready for the prom. Miss Key, Senior Sponsor, is ably assisted ... ,. by John Mitchell and Evelyn Casey, f'o-Chairmen of Dance Committee. gm And her beau is ready to take hor X 1 if t 645'- VM Raoul Weinstein helps Norma Vv'1lson soothe hm-1 aching feet Z1ft6I a hald day. Roady and waiting for thu big day Blaine l'ruin raids the refrigreratoi HW flu' Val' illlfl XIUWU Uf 1 for a niidnig,fht snavk. some lucky senior, Writing' in fllvflllr hooks au-. Hazel log Kim VVhitcsid0, Zoe Papas, and Harvey VVvinstuin. 7' cz, . , , rg , at K .1-nhl Y . ,gf ya ' P1 if k 'R' Q4 1 X f' 'S r M" 1- fifiii h 4 ' M B4 13' il ZW, .: .1 tg Y e Lee Lillaston accvpts her diplo - 1 . . 3 . -' V ,K Q ELAN-'YUM Bruin Ln-as l UfLJ8lf'CZOL:55lf1fLQlfL Wendell Williamson and Charlotte Edmonds stroll through the lovely veranda at the Jamestown Festival. .Nqgox '-M ' M. . ,....-an--""""'T"""' .- Q -Q.. , ,,,..- , ,,-..- -A.,...- 'C' V ,,..ff A ,- X', ..- "WK 1 mmwNmvv g, im..-f Mwaww - HS, X xx A . M f I ,. MQ 'Q L72 Lllzeir ZIKALUQM fire Amf HOMEROOM 103-lst row: D. Hinnant, T. Taylor, E. Glasgow, J. Parker, H. Joyner, D. Joyner, M. Strickland, M. Turner, C. McKinsey, N. Dobson. 2nd row: Miss Owen, J. Hughes, B. Shaf- fer, J. ,Adkins, W. Nalls, L. Bond, I. Ward, D. Jackson, A. Strickland, N. N. Hoyle. 3rd row: G. Schweida, M. Phillips, E. Peterson, D. Riley, C. West, A. Smith, M. L. Somervold, V. Shepard, A. Menin, B. Barn- house. HOMEROOM 101 Y lst row: B Hartless, B. Powell, R. Schwartz, G. Whitehurst, N. Roberts, l. Hall. D. Schwartz, P. Baker, M. Hill. T. Burroughs. 2nd row: Mrs. Forges, L. Spigel, B. Bunt- ing, VV. Thornhill, R. Hooker, S. Corurn, S. Gorrell, Z. Franks, A. Vernon. J. Vlfalker. 3rd row: D King, B. VVilliams, J. Cooper, D. Holton, C. Keffer, L. Hooper, K. Lyon, P. Floyd, N. Horton, P. Sturtevant, G. Kahle. HOMEROOM 220- lst row: R. Sternfield, M. Hobbs, G. Hel- frick, J. Rountree, J. Gabriel, E. Williams, B. Norris, G. Futrell, D. Dillaman, M. Barnes, J. Mor- gan. 2nd row: Mrs. McFall, B. Newman, F. Padgett, G. Smith, C. Roberts, E. Self, B. Dunkey, T. Umberger, S. Phillips, M. Rice, F. Heath. 3rd row: P. Sykes, E. Salley, S. Pullen, N. Saunders, J. House, D. Parrish, D. Rabinowitz, T. Sniffen, S. Ford, P. Hanrahan, F. Johnson. .SZHLM LA Meir ac ieuemenfd HOMEROOM 318- 1st row: P. Stambaugh, S. Spradlin, M Cain, P. Larmer, A. Campbell D. Butler, S. Binder, D. Han- cock, B. Veazey, D. Williams. 2nd row: Mrs. Baker. J. Rekrut D. Briggs, S. Sutton, M. Fallin J. Schwab, S. Morewitz, K Brinn, B. Ellis, C. McPherson B. Bryant. 3rd row: C. Hanra- han, J. Zwerdling, G. Blount, J Edwards, P. Hoffman, J. Carle- ton, K. Antine, P. Wright, J Miller, S. Coder. Vg. if Q.. Evelyn Casey interviews five - 1 7 xg A , .M 3 foreign students, who are at- H " .. ' R, wf"5'Y'r'r.'s tending NNHS. They are, left to right, Constantine Balanis, Greeeeg George Hondros, Greece, Constantine Casvikes, Greece, Lin Wong, Chinag and Abdullah Mina, Lebanon. Z HOMEROOM 320w1st row: J Smith, A. VVebb, C. Cooke, L Woodward, N. Gillespie, I.. llar rell, H. Seay, P. Nic-key, G Lowe, W. Rosser. 2nd row: Mrs Sloop, S. Fimpie, M. Smith, l' Hatrher, L. Adams, G, Curry, 4' Buffington, l.. Henson, V. Flay ton. fird row: M. Oliver, S Brooks, VV. Broekwell, VV. Iluek D. Gilbert, J. Kemp, J. lludgins f'. Wigggins, V. Stump, R Thompson, J. Parrish. . 15' Q , .--' fl ,fygyi 'Fi' s i ,.:.. . ,q X ,i i .Q f if' C S f ' ' L. 5: .f:" , ...ii it .l QQ , .,,. , , , .Ak X 4 X ,U . . . x f -, b Qs... 59 - A Vkkl ' ' A-8:58 VODLVL :58llfAl"5 Adj fo L '1"Q-Q,,: 4 331 Y 1 4 'X X f 1 HOMEROOM 106- lst row: E. Alley, D. Baker, A. Andrews, L. Blandford, C. Barter, M. Booker, P. Andrews, J. Boone, G. Bark- ley, W. Anspach. 2nd row: Miss Childress, R. Buchan, J. Bar- brey, R. Barnes, J. Bowman, C. Blakemore, R. Boyce, R. Callis, B. Bean, B. Barkley. 3rd row: W. Bradford, J. Barbour, O. Baker, A. Hinton, R. Barnes, J. Benficld, C. Barnhouse, R. Art- man, R. Butler, K. Berlin. MR. JACK POWERS Sponsor of the Eighth Grade 0,9 In a fountain-to-be at Jamestown, the eighth grade officers, left to right, Steve Seltzer, Presidentg Judy Hawley, Student Council Representative, and Wen- del Williamson, Honor Council Representative look over the Festival site. 5? HOMEROOM 1084 lst row: B. Crossley, T. Chappell, L. Alfrey, 60 P. Brown, C. Bradley, D. Adams, L. Bond, B. Campbell, E. Celis, N. Brandt, B. David. 2nd row: Mr. Huller, J. Holland, A. Brad- ley, D. Chappell, B. Joynes, J. Evans, R. Phelps, J. Jackson, J. Church, l. Neal, P. Brown. 3rd row: O. Chappell, S. Crump, H. Patterson, J. Teachey, S. Da- vis, L. Braddy, C. Crenshaw, C. Linsay, S. Coffey, T. Cowdrey, A. Dail. fAQlf1fL58g!8f5 fo H, fllfl"6LlfLg8 !6Ll'L6! HOMEROOM 110- 1st row: E Block, A. Downs, B. Ellis, D Rife, B. Ewell, J. Dorn, R. Davis J. Dobson, R. Dunford. 2nd row Mrs. Bauserman, C. English, R Doup, J. Davis, C. Comstock, E Ellis, L. Edwards, D. Davis, D. Doyle. 3rd row: P. Davis, P. Markham, B. Dick, P. Durrette L. Dunaway, M. Eason, J. Elliot, G. Ellis, J. McLaurin. HOMEROOM 116- lst row: J. Morris, F. Hawkins, B. Helmer, W. Goff, V. Haney, E. Hall, J. Harrison, J. Houston, N. Hamil- ton, N. Hand, R. Heltcrbran, D. Hunt. 2nd row: Miss Nurney, J. Hawley, J. Harris, J. Jaffee, S. Hawkins, M. Holley, H. Johnson, J. Jones. D. Jackson, A. Green- spon. 3rd row: M. Hill, G. Hellie- sen, R. Hill, R. Harrell, A. Hall, M. Hollomon, T. Harrison, M. Jeffers, B. Helmer, B. Greene. Q-I HOMEROOM 115- lst row: R Gillette, G. Hamby, J. Fine, H Frank, J. Gary, R. Ezzell, J Gatcwood, G. Fitzgerald, B Fixx, E. Ford, T. Forbes. 2111 row: Miss Helmer, S. French B. Fowler, E. Glenn, S. Gillis F. Ham, R. Finch, F. Exuni, B Godfrey. 3rd row: M. Fox, B Fee, F. DeArment, N. Forbes P. Gabriel, K. Hall, ll. Goldberg S. Groshongg, V. Vlfalsh, M Grant, R. Gilbert. 'C .Af gmf may Anno! if Acme! AV HOMEROOM 217-lst row: R Padgett, R. Leonard, J. Clark L. Kelly, P. Larsen, R. Ruben H. Klesmer, J. McCormick, L Matthews, E. Johnson. 2nd row Mrs. Nettles, S. Lankford, J Koger, A. Lee, R. Leifer, M King, B. Little, M. Keenan, B Jones, L. Midkiff, J. Lovedahl 3rd row: N. Madagan, F. Jones D. Keithley, B. Justice, L. Blech man, D. Lupton, P. Laws, R Maynard, F. Mageras, D. Lov- ing. HOMEROOM 120-lst row: J Perok, R. Powell, W. Powell, J Monfalcone, S. Moneymaker, L Marcella, G. Nalls, R. Morrison C. Powers, Z. Morgan. 2nd row S. Markoff, R. Poe, B. Marshall S. Case, T. McLaine, G. Poteat F. Moseley, R. Meek, B. Mays J. Moody. 3rd row: Miss Wise S. MeMahone, W. Mingee, D Merrill, J. Matthews, L. Nelson J. Moore, J. Mouser, H. Moore S. Mason, J. Oldfield. 'ARE HOMEROOM 303-1st row: R Reese, L. Ramsey, N. Richman P. Ritter, A. Rinehart, K. Roane S. Pipkin, J. Sawyer, A. Row- land, T. Rouse. 2nd row: Mrs Cameron, L. Rogers, D. Roberts T. Reese, J. Roland, S. Seltzer R. Price, R. Russell, T. Scott N. Powell. 3rd row: R. Saunders M. Scruggs, F. Sage, V. Petty B. Overman, J. Royal, P. Odom J. Nichols, D. Pellum, J. Rousey P. Otterness. 3 J 1 v v 1 HOMEROOM 305- lst row: P Shinn, P. Rouse, R. Steele, L Smith, P. Shilling, G. Samuels C. Taylor, N. Sharf, B. Hewitt, B. Siegel. 2nd row: Mrs. Jones M. Sloop, A. Sho1't, R. Smith C. Smith, V. Smith, C. Smith L. Stidham, J. Sawyer, N. Smith. 3rd row: M. Sandler, L. Rowe, VV. Strader, E. Swann, M. Sofi kitis, D. Saunders, L. Sparrow, R. Seward, P. Smith, J. Smith. OZ. 0 IJVL MP8 1fA8 VLQLU !O6'LfA f K 'VR' Q 1 5 , Si as -'tin E 5 fb X Hifi HOMEROOM 307 - lst row: D. Wray, J. Freeman, G. Whitmore, M. Wilkins, M. Wilkins, W. Wil- liamson, E. Wilkinson, L. Zim- merman, D. Woodard, D. Wil- lliams, I.. Jones. 2nd row: Miss Parker, J. Zoumplis, B. Woods, J. Walker, A. Webster, K. Wil- liams, J. Wellington, G. Wilson, A. Wiggins, D. Wray. 3rd row: A. Wise, V. Ward, D. VVright, H. West, J. Workman, M. Wil- kinson, S. Wanderer, G. Wheel- er, M. Venable, C. Whitmer. 63 oe ll0Ml'lROUlVl 3043 -- lst row: Y. Stallings, K. Sololnan, V. Yen- ahle, ll. Talilr, M. Stanfield, if Watson, .l. Taylor, L. Weinstein, R. Spaeknian, li. Turner. Zlnd row: Mrs. Gibson, l.. Vanover, J. Carter, M. Van Noy, S. Thomas, ll. Underwood, V. Steele, Fl. Turner, J. Thweatt. Cird row: N. Staton, t'. Stephenson, V. Terry, S. Snyder, l'. Taylor, I.. Warren, N. Turlington, G. Sullivan, M. Tanner, S. Strickland. 1? Av 63 5 .Q Z-8 AKOMJQIAJ 15tl"lfLggA6! fo IWLKL 8 HOMEROOM 107 e Left to right, lst row: V. Herring, I Doeppe, M. Hartless, J. Spencer, B. Spencer, K. Hartsell, D. Per- health, E. Talbert, A. Dorn, S. Conn, B. Damron, W. Carver. 2nd row: Mrs. Barrett, N. Dick, I V. Edwards, N. Connor, B. Stine, Q l E. Cohen, D. Desler, L. Crum, l M. Edwards, E. Darnell, C. Da- vis, B. Damron. 3rd row: T. Parnell, J. Dickerson, R. Colbert, M. Robbins, D. Phillips, J Hobbs, J. Dunn, B. Council, E. Kuhn, L. Elder, M. Drewery, B. Dudash. Admiring a new formal garden in the birthplace of the Nation, the Fresh- man officers, left to right, Ronnie Burroughs, Honor Council Represen- tative, Bobby Cannon, President, Marlene Matthews, Secretary, and Steve Veazey, Student Council Rep- resentative pause for a rest. YM HOMEROOM 123 Y Left to right, lst row: G. Parker, K. Jones, P. Turner, S. Taylor, L. Jones, C. Marrs, V. Kent, D. Hartzler, P. Hogan, B. Kerns. 2nd row: Mrs. Webb, S. 0'R0urke, C. Hopper, D. Jett, P. Johnson, R. Goins, R. Har- ris, C. Wagner, S. Keithley, B. Houston. 3rd row: J. Johnson, P. Hoyle, J. Kotanehik, B. Jones, C. Thomas, J. McCormick, J. Caldwell, W. Johnson, S. Veazi-y. Leif' 0UfLC815f0l'15 l"0lfLC! O! fA8lf1fb HOMICRUOM 1243 - Left to right, lst row: B. Block, J. Ank- er. K. Olshzinsky, R. Allen, R. Beasley, J. Phillips, M. Quisen- berry. S. Bnnefield, C. Anas, P. Hailey. 2nd row: S. Pinner, B. Thomas. C. Brewer, J. Heaeh, J. Rrenard, M. Vhiltan, J. Henthall, li. Avant., Il. Vzinnull, V. Ans' paeh, Mrs. Nlzirstzin. Ilrd row: B. Anker, E. Spziszim, F. Boyd, V. Tosh, S. Vernon, E. Hreeden, C. Flanary, VV. Alford, J. Host, E. Bsmfhzm. V. Bell. .l. Herzins. HOMEROOM 207 -Left to rig'ht,1st row: B. Pearce, L, Letchworth, T. Levy, H. Marge- ras. J. Cowan, M. Kuskinas, B. Little, A. Livesan, B. Leach, M. Bureher. Znd row: Miss Free, B Roady, N. Kulni, S. Lipes, E Freed, T. Koger, M. Duck, G Lawson, J. Meade, C. Todd, P Hoaker. 3rd row: J. Gilman, D Patten, W. Iiotts, A. Grogan, M Hareuni, R. Manning, H. Nach- man, D. Lindsay, A. Kyle, V Kennedy, J. Hall. S. Sheriff. G5 0 K' Ill' G Ks .1 MEIQUUM 1103! l.e l I l right, lst row: li. lirzidley, lx Vlzirli, ll. Bowden, IC. Vu llins l llnn G Uollins, N. Vo ' 9. z nmnd, B. llrynnt, li. lluley, 'Nl Smith, W. 'l'n1:well, End rmx Mrs. l,ul'ides, N. Thoinaxs, I'rillamzin, M, Smith, V. llznii son, ll. 6'rim-lxenlvergier, ll. llni ,.. F. liryunl. I.. lhillips. M. Vlni -1. ry. .wid row: l". Gillespie, M n rden, l'. linrlun, A. Vzirfu ll. VVmnlrnf'f, li. Fowler, l Bowen. J. R. Vannu Vzinepzi, ll, llurrungrhs n. --l 0 in ff? x ft I0 lllllx dZLC!L ygdlf' CODLKCJ 588 sz, . .fix IIOMEROOM 309 - Left to right, lst row: B. Taylor, J. Woodard, VV. Smith, P. Seull. l.. Queensherry, J. Morris, G. Smith, J. Frank, li. Tesh, M. Smith, K. Powell. 2nd row: Miss Lundlmerpr, N. Gordon, Il. Ritter, G. Spanos, A. Simms, R. Phil- lips, I.. liartsler, V. Buchanan, B. Settles, J. Gilman, T. Scott. Zlrd row: B. Hinson, P. Goodwin, T. Sandler, R. Robinson, J. Sha- piro, W. Benthall, W. Sorokin, K. Roberts, C. Smith, J. Sam- mons, B. Phlegar, J. Mosier. X. HOMEROOM 208 f Left tu right.: lst row: H. Mulder, B McGinnis, C. Ed nl o n ds, P Moore, B. Moell, E. Mellor, W Alley, J. Meador, J. Marshall P. Thompson. 2nd row: Mrs Clift, R. Morgan, R. Moore, V Martin, C. Matthews, M. Mat thews, J. MeMahan, R. Wade J. MeMahone, J. White. 35rd row K. Shaekelford, R. Walker, E Bailey, F. Mays, R. McKee, U Richardson, P. Morris, S. Jor gensen, J. Thomas. O00 4 HOMPIROOM 315 - Left to right, lst row: V. VVhitehurst, S. VVilliams, ll. VVilks, K. Vretos, K. VVeinstein, J. llouser, J. Gary, C. Z1-no, S. Walker, G. Woolard. 2nd row: Mrs. Conn, P. Ilamil- ton, S. Perry, G. Windley, J. Woodlief, E. Harris, C. Wil- liams, T. Wells, J. Saunders, F. Friedland. 3rd row: G. Gill, B. Venable, S. Turner, G. White- hurst, A. West, C. Nachman, S. Mueller, F. Ward, J. Barnes, J. Hite, M. White. eir war im roving fo per eclfion OMEROOM 317 - Left to ight, lst row: J. Ewell, P. Ham- ionds, M. Suskincl, C. Ellis, D. earce, G, Dye, C. Dixon, R. rancis, B. Faison, R. Sweeny, . Edwards. 2nd row: Mrs. Da- irlson, J. Tolbert, G. Duncan, . Pearce. H. Estes, R. Carter, . Rowsey, M. Fisher, R. Evans, . Eastman, W. Booth. 3rd row: ,. Terry, R. Lockhart, K. Cren- haw, M. Ellenson, R. Gallins, . Forrest, M. Gilbert, J. Drew- y, D. Garrett, D. Gardner, J. owler, C. Gardner. MR. J. C. RANGE Sponsor of the Freshman Class 67 Members of the All-Tourn- ament Cast and the direc- tors who received superior rating in the Tournament Plays are, left to right, first row: Willie Turpin, Jona- than House, David Parrish, Pam P e n n i n g t o n, Pat Branch, and Steve Parian- ousg second row: Carol Brown, Gloria Tart, Jane Penn, Jon Pearl, Howard Fisher, and Russell Parrish. J. Bright, J. Baker, F. Abbott, AW! Q6LC QQ!" lfVL0l"Q IUGLJ HUMERUOM 105 - Left to right, lst row: J. Ravcnscroft, D. Johnson, D. Bolangria, E. Buckley, V. Brown, J. Harrow, B. White. End row: Miss Key, J. lVlorowitZ, D. Bradley, U. Ap- pr-rson, H. Fislu-i'. F. Anderson, J. Musika, B. Bmcllcy. iird row: M. Blayton, J. Bond, F. Lively, V. Vainphell, P. Dail, F. Bm-nson. R. Oliver, K. Houck, J. liarlwr. The Jamestown Reception Hall pro- vides a background for this picture of the Sophomore officers. They are. left to right, Billy Jenkins, Honor Council Representative, Frank Ivey, Vice-President, Sally Scoggin, Secre- taryg and Whit Hancock, President- ' xr fl M ,iam-N 4 'w HOMICRUOM 21-1-ff IA-ft to right, lst row: ll, llorton, ll. Le-hron, ll. Stalin-y, I'. Voaltvr, lVl. Jones, G. llowarll, V. Todd, N. Stollvr, V. Ks-rnian, K. Knight. 2nd row: Miss Krisch, K. Fartcr, J. Patterson, B. Har- rison, K. lilmore, N. Major, l.. S1-ay, li. Johnson, M, Parnell. 3rd row: V. Ingram, V. Jonas, B. Carroll, ID. HulJl:ai'cl, l". lvuy, P. He-ste-r, J. Spivey, R. Jenkins, T. Musika. xecuire Ar er ecfzfon HOMERUOM 218 -- Left to right, lst row: I.. Pleet, L. beck, W. Spitzer, D. Gaskill, C Rawls, I. Helterbran, M, A Me-ares, P. Fiest, C. Teaehey, D Hinnant, R. Carleton, R. Par rish. 2nd row: Miss Lane, G Paschall. I.. Rucker, R. Cohen L. Powell, M. Powell, A. Davis, D. Rouse, R. Hravey, J. C. Mal tin, Il. Proctor, C. Phillips, J Carney. 3rd row: M. Klesmer IJ. Martin. IJ. E. Phelps, R Phelps, Ii. Neal, J. Jones, K Sehonfeld, C. Hiemenz, C. Suth- erland, I.. Preville, B. Seward. HOMICROOM 304 -1st row: W. Steele, B. Tucker. B. Brown, C. Starling, G. Tart, S. Taylor, S Sr-ogggin, C. Niekey, N. Stewart R. Smith. 2nd row: Mrs. VVrif:ht, R. Strickland, E. Sweeney, W. Kilgore, Ii. Smith, S. Spencer, C. Strader, II. Strickland, E Finch. Ilrd row: C. Snelling, B Talbott, T. Solomon, M. C. Todd J. Collins, P. Tosh, B. Smith, G Snivak. IIOIVIICIUIOINI 301 3 lst Vow: J. VVhitalu-r, IC. Thomas, C. VVest, .I. 'll-sh, M. Walker, H. VVonilvle. K. VVade, J. Brewer, J. Perok, Ii. I.. Ilail. Lind row: Miss Sllttlv, C. Tollwrl. Ii. Clarke, K. Turpin, C. Casvikes, J. Antine, J. Vines. W. Coddingr. .l. Turner, I". Brown. Zlrd row: li. W1-lmlm, Ii. 'Illll'lll'l', J. VVilt, ll. l'lltZl.f1'I'1llKl, H. Goi'dun, I". Thmnas, li. VVolf, M. Il. Olson, J. Tilnlverlake, M. Patrick, I'. Stuller. Kilo. G9 +1 O wiv? A ein? fume! A7 acfuenfmme or Ay file lwloe xg s 5 70 HOMEROOM 308- lst row: F. Eure, M. Ford, N. Haire, E. Drewery, A. French, S. Vander- slicu, R. Forbes, E. Fowler, P. Patterson, J. Rousey. 2nd row: Miss Schaffer, L. Wilson, E. Wise, C. Fox, A. Gallins, J. Hamilton, L. Familant, J. Gor- rell. 3rd row: B. Gatling, B. Lindsay, J. Hall, C. Hehl, G. De Moss, B. Gary, H. Conn, W. Hancock. MR. WILLIAM CHAMBERS Sponsor of the Sophomore Class HOMERUUM 310-lst row: B. Parton, N. Oldfiold, C. Ovvrman, W. Nuckols, J. A. Norman, S. Nesbitt, S. Faber, R. Morgan, L. McKinsey, B. Murphy. 2nd row: Mrs. Shelton, B. Minnick, C'. Hacker, J. Nettles, J. Kelly, J. Blanc-ho, N. Midkiff, M. Now- ton, B. Mezxdor. Ilrd l'0VVZ J. Stone, R. Miller, R. Gary, R. Stollvr, Ii. Mears, R. Dunn, R. Nalls, G. Moore. Q! fA8 !fLflfLl"87 lflflftlfly 58ffAl':5 AQCULWL8 La 8725 Taking time out from a tour of the reconstructed fort at Jamestown are the Junior officers, left to right, Jack Tesh, Presidentg Pam Pennington, Secretary, Buck Hart, Treasurer, Dick Wynne, Vice-President and Honor Council Representative, Dan Hardy, Honor Council Representative. QQ, I---""""0 Proudly heading their committees, the juniors kneel- ing, left to right, are La Rhue Nettles and Judy Leake, Co-heads of the Dance Committeeg stand- ing left to right, are Carolyn Todd, Ring Commit- tee Head, and Bobby Derr and Andra Bost, Co-heads of the Decorating Committee. Mr. Willey and Mrs. Robinson, Junior Sponsors leave after a busy day. ULVL WOM! AHL! AQCOIWLQ Ad 8lf':5 ll. i Roslyn Faye Delbert George Wesley Constantine Prisilla Adm-leinan Allred Amis Artman Baker Balanis Balanis Janice Barnes Robert Julius Juanita Andra Pat Billy Chris Beasley Benton Booker Bost Bowman Bradley Bradley Shirley Brady Janne-tt William Burnette Byrne Robert fd' Q3 we ti Linda Betty Clyde Gary Burnes Bridgers Brockwell Bryant Bunting Girard Joanna Irvin Ann George Kennith James Chambers Cherry Chilcoat Calhoun Canovas Case Cates Billy Mable Betty Stanley Pat George 'Al u I Coble Comer Conn Conn Cooper Coussoulos Lrc-al Crm 72 Ann Cain N. Tod Christian A , :W R ul Larry c'kenberg'e1 mlorouecf flwir WWA, dwg were Agifecf Aeffim ln- Janet Lee Pat Cross Cutehins Cutchins alum 'I A 9 1 . Bobby Susie Dimples Derr Devell Dinwiddie Li fr Ewa. ' Lois Dale Mary Jo Duke Edwards Edwards 1 Carolyn Shelva Dailey Daniels E Herbert John Dixon Dobbins E .LTL Meyera Donald Ellenson Ellis Walter Waverly Sonny Daughety Daugrhtrey Dauphinais :F ei M 1 3 K 6 X 1 Eddie Michael Joi. DOGMJG Doughty Drewrv y A 5 Margaret Terry Colin Elmore Elvingrton Faison Gary Dewey Harvey Elliot Helen Stanley Allen Roy Farnsworth Faulkner Fenigsohn Finkle Flax Forbes Foster Fox i if I i Evelyn Harry Gail Henry Herman Donald Wayne Jimmy Fryer Gary Gaskins Goad Gold Goldenbaum Gray Grubbs ,SZLKMLKQQJA WL6L6!Q fliem cmxiom fo Ronald Bobby Guillianis Hanna I Jackie Anita Don Burt Hanna Hanrahan Hardy Harris Marjorie Valiery Philip Kitty Robert Roger Hartless Hartsell Hartzler Hawley Hedrick Heflin Carole Anne Holloway Hooper x if it Hal Andy Justice Kantsios A J Judy Bobby Lamberth Latta Pat VVilbert Mary Ann Janet Horton Horton Hudgins Humphrey .Q Gui a W Q b , y l V M 3 E X 2 .. J ? , Bucky Kay Ranny Jesse Keller Kelly Kennedy Kersey 62 J r Q J? J 4' 3 ii f li g . J J K + U ' irgw John Buck Harrison Hart Faye Hlnnant Faye Hitchens Bobby J ones Qi l 5 9 1 Johnny Kirby Frances Judy Carol Tommy Lawson Leake Letts Leyland 74 Mae Loose Douglas Jones Janet, Krause Ann Mabe 8ClfU"8 l'L0lfUL6!g8 H,LlfLl'L6!CLl'Li!y Mitch Mason Becky Fhristine Kay Mickey Alvin Marshall lNlau'el'zis Mzihone Mzxrkos Marshall Q. ,Q r 'EJ' V-,fx Q ' , -I .pm E Virgil Norman Helen Joseph Abdallah Samiv MQ-ares Melton Me-remlith Miller Mina Mirmelgtein I ' K -:,.. 33 ,..: 5 r gi? fff Y X Q I Tommy Jimmy Myrtle John Shirley La Rhue Morgan Morris Morton Munick Neihouse N4-tiles Barbara Donald David Pam Jerry Linda Parianous Parker Peltz Pennington Phillips Powell Mary Anne Mays I 'xi ' K Y lr? ' 5 1 D. llonalil Mollirk Dun Ontlancl Y RAN 1-V Lydia Powell Mike lNlel'ormick 6 J u ne Moore Joan Uwnlmy Uonnie Proffit Leslie Loftin Anne Beverly Kenny Myra Bill l.4-na Puckett Quinn Redford Roane Roberts Rosenwusser Rouse Rowm- 75 jieir cu, flfLlf'8 QVILLALJ flmm fo . 5 f :Q f ,Efiifii " .4 V 4 f T 'B " ii Izfifzfrf ,,.. , J 5 - I X I .- I A :-. K V 'Q T . .',., Q ,. . 'E 5 5 . .t 'ff e Linda Pat Barbara Ernest Lonnie Jo Ann Sale Sawyer Schofield Scoggin Scoggin Scott Nancy Danny Shaw Shelburne Charlie Richard Dorothea Virginia T. C. David Sherman Sisson Sloop Smith Sparkman Stall r :" ., - ,, x ' Q T AX ' f I X Joe Sue Jack Wayne Richard Brent Taylor Terrv Tesh Thomas Thornton Tilghman w l Carolyn Sandra Donald Vance Bobby Todd Torn Tugwell Turnage Turpin as Guy Yanness Q 61 Mearle Marie Strickland Swann X - A, 1- :Yemeni ,X , , Q Herbert William Timberlake Timberlake Jimmy Peggy Van Noy Vaughan Dennis Sandra Willie Tommy Allan Emma Lou Jimmy Diane Walker Weaver Whitmore VVilkinson Willey VVilson Wilson Winimer 76 l!0LlfLC8 6LlfL0fA8l" f5f8l0 John l,in Rodney Dick Womack Wong Wvatt Wy nnv 6. , 9 A i K , L 'P , ' . "" - F rg '.,f N s - ',,..' Lg, 'Mp Suv Bohhy Tzinu Young' York Zwvrdling Beacon Staff busy at work. The brain trusts of next year's Beacon Staff are, left to right, Pat Horton, Assistant Editorg Jack Tesh, Sports Editor: and Faye Allred, Editor. N-...K ! 2' ' -W-'nag S Big wheels of the '58 Anchor are, left to right, Pat Cutchins and Frances Lawson, Co-assistant Editors, and kneeling is La Hhue Nettles, Editor-in-l'hicf. A I CZULJJPOOWQ Steve Veasey and Betty Jean Spencer pause in front of one of the homes in the Jamestown Fort. Q1 mn- -- :N k 5 mf! if 1 Q-iff, W' Z' W3 ' f f -Q f", -.,. if 7 Qt I, Y, I r' 3 if? 34 if W. 5 whf W. i vf X yt, nf. 5 I , A .I 5 32 , sf 3 - i sg 5, . -,.f -fx ' ' Q 1- . , Q 'lyk bl 7 Nr: 4 e -' W - v , . Q . 1 in Nu y f 5 'A af ,gfym g , B x X X 4 f swf, -1 W: Q if 2 fp. W .Lg Q .irfi-'fb ' E' 5 . 565 9 sgqgkgff x M ' 0 A N35 4 img Q W - -rw I x h fx' 5,12 W VJ . it ' x'fQj?7e!' gf si.-Egg . Q 55.353 ? 5 65 ,igsgiiigfi-i x xff . '44 S b.fSSNQi x fi nfs PS f as a . 3 , Af s 'sq W A Q 1 ff f' 2 ' . ' , in Q ' T, f 'ww L" .L RNA Y E, 7 765, 1, 1, . 1 x , ?1 44,."'A1 fl, K x ms , , x, :' A 5 R fm iw gw 'Q' ' - J.. 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A0045 ow our Comparing the professional newspaper layout with that of the school BEACON are La Rhue Nettles, Carolyn Todd, Charlie Sherman, and Jack Tesh in their journalism class which prepares them for working on the school paper. .ff ' ,ky illEx'r' ijt Q" 'WH-.gg Wax lx may Displaying work they have done on the life of Virgil is the Virgil class in Latin. This year they read and studied his epic poem, The Aeneid, as students of Latin have done the world over for centuries. Edward Freed, Pete Hoyle, Marlene Matthews. Nancy Gordon, and Peggy Johnson look at their books of Les Miserables as Miss Lundberg points out a passage to the ninth grade English class. George Canavos studies the "El Camino Real" cal- endar which Miss Key explains to him in his Span- ish 3 class. C7 004 fo od Adams and Faye Hitchens show their French dolls dressed in the costumes of the French prov- and also a typical cottage of a farmer in France. as.. , ,vm mme iss as V Simi .9if? iff' ps an-wily' st Bruce and Page Smith report on the costumes of the Eliza- bethan period to their senior English class. In this last year of the five-year course, students study the history of English literature, as well as reviewing the fundamentals of English grammar. 81 Ami!! our mode of Mingin John Benfield explains to his English 3 class the dif- ference between simple and complex sentences while Miss Parker observes. 0 N ' nm Tw Um mi nmrsn ms NOTHING msc Tu LN- l .1 Auf' A A ga T I YS Charles Wiggins and Linda Woodward, in Miss Lane's seventh grade history class, explain to the class where the Shenandoah Valley is located. .f fi, s is e Q2 g e, A i' ..Q I 4 ,3qgQQQg.'ll is 6 ".l .' J, sit: :ug I Q :y ,fav . Y fs x i rr 2 A N L V 'Q . , lik Lario ' v Z9 flloron A lfrainin we I . Q - 'A - I E v--v-I by 1' "'- 'N bv N . 'xx A 7 K , E1 - I Judy Hawley and Nancy Powell wash dishes along with Betty Marshall, Sandra Lankford, and Rita Leonard as they are learning to become future homemakers. ,gas-0 ,,,,,,,.-uv-4 Arranging a display such as they might use in their Evelyn Fryer tries to make her forty-words-a-minute jobs in retailing are Gene Peters, Carolyn McCormick, time-write in a ten-minute period on new material in Pat Burke and Ronald Bass in their D. E. class. her typing class. 82 Jkfdcf wolf em P ee-'ami in wood shop. Stidham and Wilfred Kilgore put the finish- touches on their coffee table which they are mak- 'U W, wi? lc I 11' Qu- rfw 7... 'QYJZ "Fried chicken is on the menu today," says ll:x1'lizmi Plemmons as she serves Kay Kelly, Peggy Tziylor, :md Doris Landen the lunch they prepared in their cooking class. N... E' X3 L -e Linda Anspach, Allen Foster, and Faye Hinnant use an adding machine to determine the total of a column of figures for bookkeeping class. .icowwe we lmao! on uariefy 0 i1fLIfere5f5 Gary Stephenson, Bill Gwynn, and Millard Thomas study the slide Q rule in connection with learning 7 about logarithms in Mr. Levy's al- N gebra class. Ns K 'T .. ,ta M XYQY 9' ,,,, .f" iw "Who's afraid of a King snake?" say Chris- tine Anas and Rose Manning, making a report on the snake. In their ninth grade general sci- MF- MPIYS, in H DhySiCS ClHSS, Shows Richard C0ltI'2U19, M215 ence class, they also study rocks, shells, soil, Johnson, and Jon Pearl the methods of heat transfer with and other aspects of the em-th'S Surface, convection apparatus, conduction apparatus, and a radiometer In his plane geometry class, Kenny Roberts begins proving that the alternate interior an- gles between two parallel lines are equal. 8 ZJKOLUQJ 6Lf l"8lfLf COIfLl"5815 Gloria Tart and Courtney Kerman examine an amoeba un- der their microscope and sketch the protozoan for their biology class. bl 315 ,i E 'Q-953 erg, t 'Whi urvx vhicl lass. xey Fenigsohn, Waverly Daughtrey, Frank ,U , , . . , ison, Dick Wynne, and Don Hardy at- to make hydrogen chloride in an experi- in chemistry class. NGS Ns -wus: Janey Roane, in her office practice- class, uses the mimeoscope for marking a stencil to he used in mak- ing a school poster. All is largerg which is less?' Bill Brewer asks l Adams, pointing to the polyhedral angle is drawn on the board in their solid geometry 8558 C0lfLl"i58Z5 Cl"80Lf8J lfU0l"fAg ul-A if -ff Miss Sherman explains to Carlene Matthews how to transpose music in her ninth grade music class. This is one of the many phases of music that her students learn. While other members of the drama class watch, Charlotte Jones directs Gloria Tart, Jon Pearl, Lynne Mc- Kinsey, and Ned Midkiff in a play. Practicing diligently on their sax- ophones so that someday they might be senior band members are Wallace Craver and lid Harris in their band class. f lfl ww f5 Ar flw amgifiovw cohnidfd uv un' 8 ff if -,,...-uv'-" 4 , 3 yi Jane Hoffman and Jim Todd prepare to rehearse their script for a "Typhoon Time" show as John Southworth and James Cates record their voices in radio-speech class. "Let's sing," say Barbara Wolf and Faye Thomas, preparing for a rehearsal of Handel's "Messiah" in their chorus class. As Steve Parianous works on an ink line drawing and Ursula Richardson, Susan Jorgensen, and Virginia Tosh do pictures with pastels. Miss Schaffer discusses clay model- ing with Roy Mitchell in her art class. N 87 A! V fliid ex www Abdallah Mina and Miss Strohecker look for a coun try that was mentioned in the Senior Scholastic mag- azine that the geography class reads. ,NNW ei' Betty Conn waits in the driver training car while Miss Wente checks the mileage before they leave. no-qw Bill Gwynn demonstrates his ability on the parallel bars in his physical education class while Loftin Quinn and Bobby Helmintoller wait their turn. in X.. Members of Mr. Powers's eighth grade history class watch as he shows them the Louisiana Purchase on the map, describing how important ii. was to the growth of all our country. QW alaify Miss Wise and Gayle Fallin discuss Oliver Cromwell as the rest of the world history class listens. LM Busy milling out a base for a cannon is Leslie Clarke in machine shop, using the milling machine. Katina Hall and Becky Smith eagerly jump foi the ball in a basketball game while Mrs. Masters and others look on. -11:11 MB. Barbara Kemp, Frances Smith, lfltta Baker, and Katherine Adams discuss a problem encountered in a job with Mr. Bennett in their D. O. class before going to work. .fgclfiuifiw Joan Ownby and Kenny Roberts add to the beauty of the Jamestown Fort. . an WU fwf i?i' "' ."... Yiwu 5 QE X y .- :TF1 1" f' 'Mf,y,.93 is , A is , ,L "1vH"' ff fy: 11 f' W, - 'S W V452 flu or' I m fetish 1 Q' ' ,ik Vik? 5 'S . , A F A ff, Q wt" 1' al A 7, .E . 7 K ix' ' Q Sp is it La Q , ,flu Q 4'Mik1fQzQxw ne -k ' .'Z:' ' O., Q i' Lf ---4 ' 'N wr' 'HQ 8 VFR ! v .wife 1134f.",g f 1 .-M 1., L, t , !"v4f5"f?'i':'6t' a 5 ' - ' Q Y . NA I UW ? ns fi .PW P' x in .gf 1 9' f.-fi X iq: ' . fl li 2 'NIR J: . -'k'K MIA! W. -' V 'Q ggi Q. . ey AQ.f,n ,LA ' qi . aw. 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Vzirolyii Toflvl, John Mitchvll. .lm-lt Ts-sh. Skippy Wcitz, .lorry Sziuiieli-rs. Sc-coiitl Row: Mt-liiiilzi VY:illwi', Mzircizi Hotl'iiiziii, Pat He-liiiick. Noriim VVilson, Gail ltlorrisoii, Nam-y K1-cst-si, lliirvcy Wt-iiistciri, Mziriziii Tim- ht-rlziltt-. Thirtl How: Vzirolt- Holloway, .ltltly llziwlcy, Nziiicy Stiltlill. llvlf-ii ltlviw-ilitli. Myrtle- Nlortoii, l's-ggggy lluil, .lam-t Moorc f'ui'olyn Vlztrli. Fllllllll llow: Ilianiic Tlzuicocli, Jo Ami Scott, Jzmqt Vross, Mary llziivliiii, .loam llumi, ltitzi l,4-oiizirtl, lNl:xi'g':1i'vt S I ' ' fulfill I loo i, Nzilicy Horton, Fifth Row: .loam llzivis, llizimic xvll!lIlIUl'. lam Browii. Sanrlm Wzilkvr, .lo Aim Noiiiiiziii. C'zii'oliiic lhillips, ' "1 Tart, Nziiicy lloylc. Sixth Row: ltoiinic Hiiiiotigfhs, Billy Ji-iiliiris, Gary Fitzggs-iulfl, Wilton liiwirlfoiwl, Stcvt- So-ltzvr, Stcvm- Yi-zizcy, ll:ii'i'y Foiiii. .loc Shapiro. Ss-vt-nth Row: Becky Mzirshzill, Lolly VVyiinv, lflvclyii Vziscy, l.:i lihut- Nm-ttlcs, lim-vcrlcy Vowvll, Nancy 'l'ii1ilwei'lz1lic. t'lizii'lottc .loin-s, Agliics llicli. Iiightli Row: Don Hzuwly, llick xxvylllllk Mziiiiiic Smith. Billy tin-1-iii-, .btiw-tic tlzilliiis, Bcity JL-an llail, Jacliic VVzilltci', Put Hogzui. STLTl7I+1NTCOUNt"IL Marlo up of 1'cpi'esci1tz1tives from each homeroom :tml gruiclcfl by Miss lithcl Gilclefi'slccx'c, tht- Stumlciititbuiicil zi !1Jl'OD1'l2it9S moiicy for school functions, sponsors clzinces, :incl clccts i'cpi'csciitz1tivcs to S. C . A. toiitcrciicvs, This year special stress was mzitlc iii getting better D1ll't1Clp2ltlOltOUTOLlI1CllDI'O.10CfS2tIllllllIJI'UHTOtlIlj1'2l triciitlly atmosphere throughout thc school. 92 Student Body Officers - Our school Gov- ernment leaders preside over Student Council meetings and assemblies and rep- resent the school to other schools and the community. Left to Right: Skippy Weitz, Vice-President, Johnny Mitchell, President, Miss Gildersleeve, Advisor: Carolyn Todd, Secretary, Jack Tesh, Treasurer. l EXECUTIVE BOARD The Executive Board - Heads of the Student Council committees, student body officers, and representatives from each class, who make up .the Executive Board, serve as a planning group for the Student Council. They also nominate the Honor Council representatives and plan various assembles. 1-wr x1 x First Row, left to right: Steve Veazey, Skippy Weitz, John Mitchell, Carolyn Todd, Jack Tesh, Miss Gildersleeve. Second Row: Betty Jean Dail, Aretie Gallins, Harvey Weinstein, Lolly Wynne, Nancy Keesee, Nancy Timberlake. Third Row: Evelyn Casey, Pat Helmick, Beverley Powell, La Rhue Nettles, Norma Wilson, Charlotte Jones. Fourth Row: Jerry Saunders. Marcia Hoff- man, Marian Timberlake, Judy Hawley. HONOR COUNCIL As the judicial branch of our student government, the Honor Council, composed of representatives nominated by the Executive Board and elected by their classes, handles all infractions of the Honor Code. Dealing with each offender as an individual, the Council's primary purpose is, not to pun- ish, but to impress oienders with the wrongness of their acts so that they will not be repeated. vw YA? Sitting: Wendel Williamson, Mrs. Nettles, Carolyn Clark, Nancy Keesee, Don Hardy, Dick Wynne. Standing: Harvey Weinstein. Ronnie Burroughs, Billy Jenkins. 93 'W 5' 'CJ' I-IIIAYIOI fOIJl COMMITTEE CA F ET E H I A COM MITT E E Cafeteria Committee-This group heads the Community Chest and .Iunior lied Cross drive, They also sponsor the "diner of the week" awards and decorate the cafeteria for special occasions. left to right: lioehelle Leifer, .Indy Ilawley, lx ithie Berlin. Ilarvey Weinstein, Chairman, Ann NX ebster, .Indy Sawyer. Marian 'I'imlu-rlake, behavior Lode Committee - 'Ihis committee planned both Honor Weeks, distributed Behavior Code cards, and helped to plan Safety Week. 'lf First Row, left to right: John Dickerson, Betty liraeey, Betty Dail, Chairman, Pat Ileliniek. Second Row: Corine West, Mark Ilill, Jay Royal, Ilelen Pegram, Ray Dun- ford, Virginia Dail, Jimmy Lovedahl, Nancy Powell. N-4 PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Publicity-Advertisement of all the Student Council projects is taken care of by this committee. Front Row, left to right: Billy Gordon, Bennett Stein, Steve Seltzer, Caroline Phillips. Iiaek Row: Margaret Cherry, Jerry Saunders, Chairman, Eleanor Fowler. 1 I - .5 s , 3 HOUSE AND GROUNDS COMMI'I'TIGI'I House and Grounds-Cleaning the N. N. Il. S. tro- phies and awarding the House and Grounds plaque to the best looking homeroom is the ,job of this committee. Left to right: John Murden, Kenny Olshanslay, Skippy Weitz, Chairman, Gail Morrison, Anita Smith. POUND, SCRAPBOOK AND BULLETIN BOARD COMMITTEE Chairmen - Nancy and Marian Timber- lake, Pound: Lolly Wynne. Scrapbook, and Norma Wilson, Bulletin Boardg are shown discussing their Various activities. lI'w,, f iv :H z, lftlf' 0lCC0lWL A15 lf1fL8lfLIf5 Ll!8l"lZ lfVL5LlfL Nl'IWt'0INlIClt'S t'OMMI'l"l'l'lI'I Newcomefs Committee - This committee plans Mouse Assembly and I"riendly Ty- phoon Week and helps to make all new- comers feel at home. First llow, left to right: liddie Vohen, .lo Anne llouston, Kathy lioane, Sharron Wanderer, Nat- alie liolnerts. Seeond llow: Frank Gillespie, Stevt Vonn, l,a lihue Ns-ttles, Vo-f'hairniang Vharlotte Jones, t'o-Vhairnian: IJ:-luhie Holton, Julie Jatfee it REMliMHRANt'IC VOMMITTEE Remembrance Committee-t'ard show- ers, gifts, and friendly visits make those who are ill or in grief appreciate the work ot' this committee. Reading around the table from left to right: Ken- nv Ulshanskv, Peggy' Dail, ltlarllafvt Ch9l'Y'Y, t"hristine Mageras, llelen Magi,-ras, Aretie 'Gal- lins, t'hairniang l'riseilla Balanis, Rose Galllns. SCHOOL Sl'lltl'l' School Spirit - llecorating the goal- posts for football games and promot- ing school spirit in cheering and tol- lowing good sportsmanship rules is the goal for this committee. First row, left to right: Nancy Keesee, t'hairniang Tina linrrouglis, l'anla Starte- vant, Brenda Newman, Patty Sykes, Nancy llorton, Vatlierine liarter. Seeond ltow: Boliliy llerr, l'at llelinielv, Anna Wise, llolly Davis, Bonnie Mos-ll, lletty liean, Ann Well- ster, Judy Sawyer. IJANVIC t'OMMlT'l'IClC Dance Committee-Holding school dances and giving dancing instruc- tion to students at N.N.lI.S. com- prises the work of this committee. Sitting, left to right: Jerry Saunders, Bev- erley Powell, l'o-Vhairniang l'lvelyn t'asey, fit!-fll'l2lll'll12lllQ Pain Pennington. Standing: Sandra liankford, Dorothy Jackson, Varolyn Stevenson, Patsy liewis, lidna Martin, Rita Leonard, Betty Marshall. ,graft fagnlfa cw lffreae Left to right: Juanita Whitaker, Caroline Phillips, Evelyn Thomas, Mary Catherine Todd, Carolyn Smith. J. V. FLAGTWIRLERS Backing up the Junior Band and occasionally appearing with the Senior Band, the J. V. Flagtwirlers show their skill through skits and unusual flag-handling. Also, they en- tertain the school in pep assemblies. SENIOR BAND Under the direction of Mr. Leonard Zimet, the Senior Band is one of the busiest organizations in school. They play for all pep assemblies and home football games, present two concerts, take two trips, participate in All- State Band, play for Senior activities, and various other school and civic functions. First Row: Dewey Faulkner, Al Creal, Tamsey Warren, Randolph Carleton, Sandra Torn, Judson Jones, Kenneth Case, Wilma Spitzer, Rhetta Phelps, Irene Helterbran, DeEtta Phelps, Faye Allred, Bette Heath, Joe Carney, Roslyn Adelman, Frank Ferguson. Second Row: Linda Powell Mabel Drewry, Pat Goodwin, Jimmy Grubbs, Jesse Kersey, Thomas Leyland, Rodney Wyatt, Ed Harris, Thelma Spade, Adrienne Price, Norma Howell, Joan Ownby, Judy Lamberth, Jimmy Wilson, Elliot Finkle, Thomas Scott, Sam Lipes, Julius Benton, Ronald Bass, Mr. Zimet. Third Row: Jimmy Moody, J. C. Martin, Robert Cohen, Harry Covert, Sonny Dauphinais, Dan Rouse, Andy Davis, Don Goldenbaum, Fred Hayman, Leonard Dunford, Gary Stephenson, Fred Thomas, Herbert Timberlake, Dan Outland, Larry Crickenberger, Charles Anspach, Durwood Adams, William Timberlake, James McDonald. wwmmams x..,f:,,'w Q was., -, 4. -. A 'J 1 eRf'F'sKWf ere e Acfiue conlfridzfzfiond First Row, left to right: Wilton Bradford, Lewis Dunaway, Wayne Johnson, Bill Prillaman, Norman Dick, Charles Ans- pach, Albert Simms, Allen Hall, Phil Turner, Ruhl Doup, Jimmy Moody. Second Row: Bradley Ewell, Robert Helterbran, Sarah Groshong, Pat Brown, Lucy Blandford, Mabel Drewry, Pat Goodwin, Dorothy Jackson, Faith De Arment, Velma Petty, Carolyn Stephenson, Howard West, Jerry Zoumplis. Third Row: Terry Harrison, Robert Fee, Billy Greene, Billy Anspach, Larry Warren, Fred Sage, Donnie Baker, Roy Morrison, Bobby Buchan, Zeb Morgan, Glenn Barkley, Bobby Fixx, Wally Craver, Kenny Olshansky. Fourth Row: Sammy Lipes, James Workman, Bobby Dick, John Dickerson, Tommy Scott, Jack Harrison, Ed Harris, Horace Underwood, Phillip Durrettee, Russell Maynard, Gary Fitzgerald, Mr. Kelly, Director. JUNIOR BAND Preceding membership in the Senior Band, the Junior Band, under the direction of Mr. Kelly, offers experience to the younger band members. They showed their talents this year in a spring concert, the Band Festival, the Band Parents' Concert and in the Solo and Ensemble Festival. VARSITY FLAGTWIRLERS These graceful and talented girls appear with the Senior Band at football games and pep assemblies They also add color to the Spring and Fall Con certs with their intricate and entertaining rou- tines. Clockwise: Joan Ownby, Adrienne Price, Thelma Spade, Fo-llezidg Judy Lamberth, Norma Jean Howell, Co-Head. 97 f Aide wad accomlo Aiea! ENSEMBLE Members of the Mixed Ensemble sang for several civic clubs this year and appeared in school assemblies and concerts. Front Row, left to right: Sallie Scoggin, Jean Tesh, Jancy Roane, Jane Hoffman, Joan Ownby, Agnes Dick, Dorothea Sloop, Sandra Sherman, Mary Jo Edwards, Faye Hinnant. Back Row: Harvey Weinstein, Wayne Thomas, Dickie Apperson, Dino Vretos, Roger Heflin, Joe Madagan, Richard Sisson, Maynard Thweatt, Marlin Eby, Mr. Leon Jackson. SENIOR CHORUS With three performances of Handel's "Messiah" the Senior Chorus began its year. Later they participated in the City Music Festival, appeared in a joint concert with the band, and presented the Spring Concert and the American Folk Opera "Down in the Valley." ,, -.c-,-- ... .A ...a .-. -as., Front Row, left to right: Melinda Walker, Jean Tesh, Sallie Scoggin, Mary Johnson, Jane Hoffman, Colleen Luke, Mary Jo Edwards, Sandra Sherman, Carol Hehl, Nancy Major, Adrienne Price, Faye Hinnant. Second Row: Charlotte Rawls, Eleanor Buckley, Joanna Cherry, Lena Rowe, Janey Roane, Christine Ingram, Carolyn Dailey, Dorothy Belangia, Nancy Oldfield, Joan Ownby, Faye Thomas, Gloria De Moss, Barbara Wolf, Mr. Jackson. Third Row: Elaine Ferrell, Barbara Smith, Ann Cain, Peggy Lovic, David Stall, Jimmy Spivey, Wayne Thomas, Burt Harris, Stanley Conn, Curtis Overman, John Gray, Kay Davis, Agnes Dick, Dorothea Sloop, Frances Reese. Fourth Row: Marlin Eby, Harvey Weinstein, Doug Johnson, Jimmy Stroup, Waverly Daughtrey, Edward Doeppe, Roger Heflin, Dino Vretos, Fred Codding, Dickie Apperson, Richard Sisson, Joe Madagan, Steve Parianous, Maynard Thweatt. 98 l"0lfL A dime acfilfified Q . T iii sin ? i i it F3 A l 3 ' 12 it is iii Qi? T F T . Q4 1- 2 Y an 'Mr wi-riu wgfxgl Q Lf M Q A..- an Q T , ,JS " 1 X , , , ' ' i .1 - '- O A N- 'u ' .. .- 0 .-V53 Q s - if .1 -a .rw D471 V THE JUNIOR CHORUS Performing for the Patrons' League, and taking part in the All-City Festival and concert with the Jr Band made up the Jr. Chorus program this year. Front: Bonnie Bryant, Helen Margeras, Betty Overman, Linda Ramsey, Gracie Woolard, Catherine Barter, George Whit- more, Lewis Matthews, Roy Wade, Douglas Chapman, Teddy Levy, Steve Conn, Thomas Cowdrey, Frank Gillespie, Kay Moneymaker, Jane Monfalcone, Patty Larsen, Phyllis Ritter, Barbara Ellis. Second Row: Christine Anas, Jeanie Barbour, Kathleen Powell, Betty Kerns, Courtenay Thomas, Sandra Vernon, Wilson Tugwell, Bobby Fowler, Gary Poteat, Roger Callis, Robert Walker, Cheryle Comstock, Dorothy Pearce, Ann Andrews, Phyllis Moore, Betty Leach, Katherine Vretos Miss Sherman. Third Row: Rose Marie Manning, Harriet Nachman, Bonnie Taylor, Linda Letchworth, lrene Doeppe Kathie Berlin, Alice Kyle, Freddy Bowen, Ronnie Fowler, John Benthall, John Evans, Larry Crum, James Church, Peggy Davis, Connie Zeno, Kay Roberts, Gene Collins, Sudie Barefield. Fourth Row: Carlene Matthews, Carolyn Harrison, Nancy Gordon, Kay Pearce, Joyce Faye White, Sandra Faye Keithley, Judy Mosier, Myrtle Smith, Wilton Benthall, Jerry Wood- lief, Paul Burton, Arnold Wiggins, Gene Duncan, Carol Brewer, Ann West, Norman Kulm, Helen Estes. Jeanettn Fowler. .loan Dunn. Frances Hammond. SPEECH ARTS CLUB This year the Speech Arts Club maintained a Speakers Bureau which presented a panel discussion for the Peninsula P.T.A. Workshop, a program at Patrick Henry Hospital, and a Founders Day Program for our P.T.A. The club also sponsored participation in the Eastern District Forensic Meet, the American Legion Oratorical Contest, and the Voice of Democrrzcy Contest. First Row: Mrs. LaPides, Mary Magann, Bruce Smith, John Mitchell, Carolyn Todd, Vance O. Turnage, Harvey Fenigsohn. Sec- ond Row: Juanita Whitaker, Helen Meredith, Becky Marshall, Jeanne Baker, Bobby Dunn, Cope Hiemenz, Robert Byrne. Third Row: Emma Louise Wilson, Mary Anne Mays, Ann Cain, Jeanette Barrow, Shirley Brady, Eugene Peters, Martha Magann. Fourth Row: Kenneth Schonfeld, Billy Gordon, Andy Kantsios, James Cates, Stanley Conn, Myra Rosenwasscr, Joanna Cherry. Fifth Row: Carolyn Lively, Mary Beth Olson, Aretie Gallins, Gene R. Peters, Billy Jenkins. 99 Ogiuefy cogniafa Loodfecf our glgjrif A VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Behind each cheer in a pep assem- bly is hours of hard work and dili- gent planning by the varsity cheer- leaders. These girls encourage school spirit, plan all pep assem- blies, lead cheers at football and basketball games, and represent the school at various civic func- tions. l Left to right, First Row: Beverly Powell, Carol VVornom, Headg Evelyn Fryer. Second Row: Kay Davis, Judy Leake, Evelyn Casey, Andra Bost, La Rhue Nettles, Kitty Hawley. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS These girls, participating enthusiastically in- all pep assemblies and 'leading cheers at Jayvee football and basketball games, contribute much to school spirit. l l l w 1 Left to right: Charlotte Rawls, Marlene Matthews, Sally Scoggin, Kay Knight, Headg Sandra Taylor, Carlene Matthews, Christine Anas. 100 First Row: Henry Goad. VV. D. Dangler, Russell Parrish. Second Row: Barbara VVoinl1le, Howari Fislier. Jane Penn, Steve Parian- ous, Carol Brown, John Wicdnian. Carol Starling, I'egg'y t'021lt9I'. Willie Turpin, Anne Hutcheson, Charlotte Jones, Judy Bright. DRAMA STAFF HEADS These students, in charge of all that goes on backstagewmake-up, scenery. lighting, props, sound effects, costumes, and advertising and ticket distri- bution as well-are as necessary to a successful play as the actors. STAGE CREW Our stage crew operates the scenery and lights for all high school productions and is in charge ot any electrical equip- ment wheneyer the auditorium is rented. Bobby Carroll, Henrv Goad, Ned Midkitf, Wilbc-rt Horton, Robert Hel- mintoller, William Dangler. THESPIANS USHER HEADS These girls head the various departments of the usher staff and add color and order to school pro- grams as they collect tickets, distribute programs, and direct guests to their seats. i P Porter Phillips, Jane Hoffman, Nancy Keesee, and Mary Johnson. Thespians is a national honorary society for students who have done outstanding work in the field ol' drama either backstage or in tront ot' the footlights. The Newport News High School chapter holds an annual banquet l at which awards are presented and new members initiated. First Row: Jane Penn, Nancy Kee- see, Pat Helmick. Second Row: Nancy McCormick, Ned Midkiff, Evelyn Bunn, Pat Branch, Tzina Zwerdling, Nancy Shaw, Billy Wil- liams. Third Row: Helen Meredith, Janice Barnes, Delores Monfalcone, Sandy Mirmelstein, Margo Parker, William Dangler, Anne Hutcheson. Fourth Row: Judy Blechman, Wil- bert Horton, Henry Goad, Robert Helmintoller, Dale Edwards, Rus- sell Parrish, Jewell Hamner. am incbuicfnag dozfwkf lfrainzfn if' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA N. N. H. S. members of the F. H. A. served as hostesses to the Peninsula supper, and celebrated National F. H. A. Week with a Mother-Father- Daughter Banquet. First Row, left to right: Kay Hartsell, Nancy Powell, Rochelle Lcifer. Second Row: Zoc Papas, Catherine Barter, Nancy Hand, Farolyn Ellis, Barbara Ellis. Third Row: Sondra Coffey Miss Kelly, Ann West, Peggy Lovic. Colleen Luke, Barbara Parton. ,NFS FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Sponsored by Mrs. Carney and Mrs. Coldroney the Future Nurses started a lending library cart at the Riverside Hospital and heard talks on various kinds of nursing work. First Row, left to right: Glenda Howard, Bette Lee Heath, Barbara Johnson, Helen Flax. Sec- ond Row: Meyera Ellenson, Sandra Torn, Mar- garet Elmore, Priscilla Balanis, Barbara W. Moore, Lena Rowe, Charlotte Jones, Peggy Coalter. Third Row: Tzina Zwerdling, Carole Hollaway, Joan Williams, Gloria Hand, Gayle Fallin, Anne Hutcheson, Myra Roscnwasscr. 1' I 5- , 'uv wi A FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA This year members of the F. T. A. observed and taught in various schools, held a Dutch treat supper and a Spring banquet, and celebrated National Education Week by presenting an apple to each high school teacher. f awww-sf ef wana-vwszzf-wa::few-r-we-swwsszmrf' . sf w1 e .ui . First Row, left to right: Anne Lee Lillaston, Porter Phillips, Gail Morrison, Mary Johnson, Betsy VVilson, Jane Hoffman, Roslyn Adelman, Louise Powell, Jo Ann Scott. Second Row: Tamsey Warren, Shirley Smith, Bruce Smith, Dorothea Sloop, Helen Flax, Sandra Weaver, Carolyn Todd, Janet Cross, Carol Wornom, Meyera Ellenson, Melinda Walker. Third Row: Miss Gildersleeve, Lucy Kinlock, Pat Cutchins, Nancy Shaw, Norma Wilson, Mary Jones, Sandy Mirmelstein, Betty Conn, Tzina Zwerdling, Lolly Wynne, Sandra Sherman, Frances Scheinman. i i K-7 or Iflieir cfegnife camera ffl 6.7, D. E. CLUB Members of the D. IC. Club were hosts this year at the District Con- vention of the D. E. Clubs of Vir- ginia. Members also attended thc D. E. State Convention, held their annual banquet, and co-sponsored the Harvest Hop with the D. O. Club. First Row: Jo Ann Coble, Maynard Thweatt, Jerry Phillips, Carolyn McCormick, Ellen Anas, Irvin Chilcoat, Patsy Bloxom, Billy Hanrahan, Mrs. Hamilton. Second Row: Presley Powell, Bobby Maddy, Dorothy Fanlk, Mable Comer, Peggy Linker, Linda Bridgers, Margaret Stanfield, Doris Landen, Lonnie Scoggin, Eugene Chapman. Third Row: Ronald Bass, Gene R. Peters, Douglas Jones, Horace Elvington, Donald Johnson, David Newton, Delbert Amis, Eugene O. Peters, Norman Melton, ti n ? D. O. CLUB Members of the D. O. Club at- tended the State Convention ol' the D. O. Clubs of Virginia, par- ticipated in district meetings, held their annual Employer-lCm- ployee Banquet, and co-sponsor- ed several school dances. Front Row: James lNleDonald, lfrances Smith, Barbara Kemp. Leonard Dun- ford. lVliddle Row: Janey ltoane, Mary Magann, Juanita Booker, Maxine l'et- ty, Etta Baker, Katherine Adams, Evelyn llnnn. llacli Row: James Strickland, James Comer, Robert Johnson, llillon llenderson, John llar- rison, Billy Cohle, Mr. lit-nnett. z i 5 . - i , 1 lg 1 Q fi , 'Q FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Organized this year for the first time at Newport News High, the F. B. L. A. held various social functions, co-sponsored the "Heart Hop," sent members-to a regional convention, and prepared a "follow-up" study of 1955-56 Vocational Office Training students. 103 First Row: Mrs. Robinson, Nancy Mc- Cormick. Betty Jean Dail, Norma Wilson, Norma Jean Howell, Bobbie W. Moore, Cynthia Clontz. Deanna Steele, Shirley Smith. Second Row: Sandra lngels, Pat Cannon, Joan Burcher, Carolyn Clark, Bertha Smith, Christine Ezzell, Vera Cutchins, Kay Walker, Joan W'illianis, Marie King, Zoe Papas, Helen Pegram. Third Row: Kathleen Taylor, Sandra Kerman, Thelma Spade, Janey Roane, Kay Da- vis, Elaine Ferrell, Eleanor Seward, Mary Ellen Brewer, Pat, Letzinger, Virginia Dail, Delores Monfalcone, Beverley Powell, Phyllis Wiggins, Wanda Hodge, Helen Avant, Peggy Taylor. til First Row, left to right: Miss Free, Gloria DeMoss, Barbara Johnson, Helen Flax, Sandra Weaver, Tzina Zwerdling, Nancy Shaw, Eleanor Fowler, Diane Wimmer, Carol Brown, Juanita Whitaker, Lolly Wynne, Judy Abbott, Carol Wornom, Carolyn Todd, Marian Timberlake, Meyera Ellenson. Second Row: Pat Branch, Henry Horton, George Pipkin, Jean Tesh, Lucy Ann Kinlock, Cammie Dick, Page Smith, Jane Hoffman, Sandra Sherman, Mary Morrison, Linda Powell, Nancy Stoller, Johanne Coates, Carole Holloway, Melinda Walker, Tamsey Warren, Janet Cross, Caroline Phillips, Billy Williams, Carol Hehl, Bette Heath, Frances Scheinman. Mary Johnson, Gail Morrison. LATIN CLUB Latin Club - Latin Club members learn about Roman life through talks, slides, plays, quiz programs, book re- views, the celebration of the Saturnalia in December, the observance of Open House, and a Roman Banquet, at which new members are initiated. l LIBRARY ASSISTANTS CLUB Members of the Library Assistants Club work in the school library each day. These girls sold pencils out- side of school to buy books for the children's wards in the local hospitals and celebrated Book Week by making exhibits, conducting two contests, and compil- ing book lists for students' use. Left to right: Diane Wimmer, Zoe Papas, Hazel Pegram, Deanna Steele, Pam Pennington, Betty Bracey, Martha Magann, Ann Lee Lillaston, Wanda Hodge. FRENCH CLUB French Club members have learned a great deal about France this year through programs presenting a French fashion show, a French puppet show, French games, a speaker on France, and film slides on the French provinces. First row, left to right: Judy Blechman, Rob- ert Byrne, Norma Wilson, Mary Todd, Billy Williams, Frances Scheinman, Joanne Wel- stead, Jewell Hamner, Betsy Wilson, Doris Garrett. Second Row: Cammie Dick, Page Smith, Janet Cross, Priscilla Balanis, Mary Anne Hudgins, Margaret Cowan, Barbara Johnson, Barbara Brown, Kenny Olshansky, Phyllis Moore, Katherine Vretos, Eileen Rash, Mrs. Gibson. Third Row: James Cates, David Stall, Claude Tolbert, Durwood Adams, Rich- ard Coltrane, Jimmy Shires, Don Goldenbaum, Eddie Cohen, Eleanor Buckley, Norman Dick, Nancy Gordon, Joan Dunn, Evelyn Thomas. lftlf' C 6Ll"6l,Cf8l" lfU6Li5 5fl"Ql'LC1fA8lfL8 C! SCIENCE CLUB Science Club members held field trips and work parties to prepare a club William and Mary on Science Day, where it qualified for state competition meeting. rst Row, left to right: Barbara Council, hn Gilman, .Ioan Ownby, Clay Strader, bby Derr, Susan Vanderslice, Jane Phil- ts. Second Row: Joan Sammons, Carol arling, Abby Dorn, Miss Chaifer, Janice mberlake, Eleanor Fowler, Caroline Phil- s, Louise Powell. Third Row: Wayne iith, Jinnny Johnson, Tommy Wilkinson, bert Harris, Doris Garrett, Margaret erry, Shirley Mueller. First Row, left to right: Michael Frierman Elliot Finkle, Wally Vraver, Pete Hoyle Dino Vrctos, Vance Turnage, Harvey Fenig- sohn, John Berzine, Don Goldenbaum. See- ond row: Dewey Faulkner, Tamsey Warren Robert Byrne, Janet Cross, Steven Vonn James Cates, David Lundquist, Al Freal Fred Thomas. Third Row: Carl Hacker Nancy Stoller, Richard Sisson, Ed VV1-bla John Dickerson, John Murden, Peggy Dail Lucille Phillips, Shirley Smith, Mr. Mays F'ourth Row: John Patterson, Herman Gold Davis Martin, Bobby Stoller, Ben Harrison Carol Todd, Pete Haaker, Bruce Smith. Pagt Smith, Cammie Dick. project, "Insects," for exhibition at at the Virginia Academy of Science ART CLUB Members of our Art Club, which was formed this year, have held bi-weekly meetings and taken a field trip to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Department of Richmond Professional Institute. First Row, left to right: Joe BIBLE CLUB Miller, Martha Magann, Kath- erine Vrenshaw, l.ois Hartzler, Vance Turnage, Aretie Gallins, Miss Skeeter. Second Row: Carol Brewer, Carol Hehl, Nancy Ma- jor, Judy Bright, Julia Mc- Laurin, Patty Andrews, Elaine Wilkinson. Third Row: Rhetta Phelps, Betty Forrest, Sarah Groshong, Yvonne Stallings, Bonnie Bryant, Gwen VVilson, Carolyn Crenshaw. Fourth Row: Philip Hartzler, David Stall, Da- vid Hartzler, Alvin Downs, Bradley Ewell, John Dobson, Roy Dunford. Fifth Row: Roger Fallis, Janice Timberlake, Phyl- lis Wiggins. Just organized this year, the Bible Club distributed Bible bookmarks which listed readings for every day from Thanksgiving to Christmas. 105 v ywemgemdqo in flame onorary ANCHOR STAFF Our ANCHOR, record of a school year and storehouse for thousands of memories, is compiled by these girls. In October staff members attended the Columbia Scholastic Press Conference in New York City. First Row, left to right: Gail Morrison, Anne Lee Lillaston, Frances Scheinman, Porter Phillips, Agnes Dick, Betty Jean Dail, Evelyn Casey, Adrienne Price, Shirley Smith, Pat Branch. Second Row: Cammie Dick, Nancy Keesee, Nancy Timberlake, Lolly Wynne, Carol Wornom, Jane Hoffman, Page Smith, Carolyn Clark, Bruce Smith. Judy Blechman. Third Row: Kitty Norman, Kay Davis, Beverley Powell, Thelma Spade, Betsy Wilson, Mary Johnson, Zoe Papas, Deanna Steele, Nancy McCormick, Mary Morrison. Last Row: Billy Williams, .Ioan Hurcher, Joan Williams, Gayle Fallin, Judy Abbott, Marian Timberlake, Johanne Coates, Pat Helmick, Marcia Hoffman, Norma Howell. BICAFON STAFF These studenis compile and pub- lish THIC l3l'lAC'0N, the school newspaper, which appears bi-week- ly, with special editions for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and graduation. In March, members of the staff attended the Columbia Scholastic Press Conference in New York Pity. Front Row, left to right: Anita Hanra- han, Judy Lamberth, Deanna Steele, Shir- ley Smith, Judy lieake. Second Row: Pat Horton, Faye Allred, Marcia Hoffman, Pat Helmick, Evelyn Casey. Last Row: Harry Covert, Gail Gaskins, Shirley Nei- house, Bruce Smith, Helen Meredith. ocielfied wow colfwiderecf or riui age NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY embership in the National Honor Society, one of the highest honors high school student may achieve, is earned only by those seniors nd juniors who are outstanding in scholarship, leadership, char-- cter, and service. C17 First Row, left to right: Agnes Dick, Pat Helmick, Marcia Hoffman. Last Row: Evelyn' Casey, Mr. Huller, Betty Jean Dail. QUILL AND SCROLL First Row: Adrienne Price Anne Hutcheson uill and Scroll is an honorary society for students who excel in the Evvlyli Casey, NHHUY Kf'5S01w P21115 Sfliilvh eld of journalism. Membership in the N.N.H.S. chapter is earned SiflfgglvIifjgv-iljI"K'gnf:Ugfflih hrough outstanding work on the ANCHOR or BEACON Staff. ' ' ' ' ' THE KEY CLUB Among the Key Club's projects this year were a collection of food for the poor at Thanksgiving, a collection of toys for the Fire Department at Christmas, a convention, two dances, and the planning of the Leader's Banquet. Two members attend a Kiwanis Club meeting bi-weekly. First Row, left to right: Manny Smith, John Southworth, Larry Ruhland, Skippy Weitz, Jerry Grogan, David Wittan, Don Hardy. Second Row: Joe Drewry, Harvey Fcnigsohn, Buck Hart, Fred Codding, Dino Vretos, Jimmy Shires, Mike Doughty, Dewey Faulkner, Jerry Saunders, Billy Williams. Third Row: Blaine Crum, Jimmy Van Noy, Jon Pearl, Fred Thomas, Herman Gold, Calmet Sawyer. Last Row: Elliot Finkle, Dickie Coltrane, Raoul Weinstein, Jimmy Wilson, Bill Dangler, Waverly Daughtrey, John Mitchell. 107 ' X O 'Q wi, .,....w-wiv ,v,,,..---ff-M .Mw- ,,.,.,,.-wr .,,....-H .1-' ,,,.,.a-0' ... . 4:- ,,. W,-4-V 'W ,wa ,,,..-W ,W 52M Q54 La Rhue Nettles and Jack Tesh stand in one of the pools in front of the Reception Center at the Jamestown Festival. A858 lfU8l"8 lfA8 1981" 0l"WL6ll'LC8f5 Looking a bit scared, the mice file in as the rest of the students look on. remembering their Mouse As- sembly. 2 ff ' il 3 3 i ,, 2 i E 5 5 if 'Frying to show that the mice are .lUY'.V- 110 Judge John Mitchell and Defense Attorney Skippy Weitz, hand out citizenship papers to the eager mice. Barbara Ellis may be one of the smallest of the mice, but she made a big hit when she performed in the Mouse Assembly. 1mW 'S fl- 8 he worthy of citizenship, a trio of girls display their talent before the judge and ! ffm gmngeaf aelflfkm N-M nw-.255 ffkus l 1 X. A Accidents do happen, as Judy Lamberth found out! How- ever, the school nurse, Mrs. Williams, is always around to help as Gail Gaskins and Shirley Smith can see. Need any help around school? Bill Martin, lx y fl our friendly custodian, is the man to do it. 3 X' ff 3-- l , . 1,4 fg J U B, Three of our maids paused a moment from their busy rou- tine of dusting and mopping to have their picture taken. 'From early morning until evening, Roy Savage is always Y dolng his best to keep the school in tip-top shape. 111 ML odwrueaf gdfiuag Skippy Weitz, president of the Key Club, which spon- sored Safety Week, points to one of the many colorful posters around the school during this week. Sag T EACHEE up "- 4 , J Helping to make National Education Week a success were: fleft to rightj Helen Flax, Ann Lee Lillaston, and Lucy Kinlock, who are members of the Future Teachers Club of our school. .L,,,,.,,llL..............l cc c YY 'kit mv Proud of their work done for the Community Chest and the Jr. Red Cross are: Cleft to right! Marian Timberlake. Jeffry Dorn, and Harvey Weinstein. Betty Jean Dail, Jack Tesh, Jeanette Fowler, Whit Han cock, and Patsy Floyd are wearing the big smiles that wor them the titles of the friendliest Typhoons during Friendly Typhoon Week. 112 0 Leffer our Aocia X r. Harry bhoff, Director of the Boys Club, spoke on Honor, Your Passport to Success" at the fall Honor Working hard? Skippy Weitz. chairman ot' the House and Grounds Committee and Gail Morrison, assistant chairman, begin work on cleaning up the school for their part in Clean-Up Week. 469951 ,..-f"""!u Gail Morrison, the llcad Registrar tCenterJ, Whit Dick Wynne and Miss Gilderslccve arc shown talking over Hancock and Frances Lawson, assistants, are busy Brotherhood Week and looklng at one ot the posters to getting ready for Election Week. be used. 113 . x Qi ws 4 T 1 1. W w 12. M an 1 - Wa A Q41 I f T-TEAH-F IGH T EA ,g 4... 4 Q , is 'QA , Q .X ,,.., .:,a,...., AMB .,.A.: 5,11 Q E gg N 2, M? L V fi ie, lf' 1 a N . L, .E .5 . -.1 - Q Q N93-9? K? QPCUSWM' X 9 . 2.9 U 1 K . ' X' 'uv IS! 1 P A VL mciovw g we gave If!tanA5 f--FE George Hondros' speech to us for the Thanksgiving Assembly about the war-torn country in which he had lived was very inspiring to everyone. Santa Claus, played by Dino Vre- tos, surveys the list left to him by the children in the Christmas As- sembly. The music at the Christmas As- sembly was provided by the Sen- ior Chorus who sang a few num- bers from the "Messiah," Nancy Keesee, Evelyn Casey, Bev- erley Powell, and Pat Helmick read the scripture in the Thanksgiving Assembly, greatly moving all who heard them. Santa Claus brought four march- ing soldiers and a dancing doll to the Christmas Assembly. They are Rodney Wyatt, Jesse Kersey, Al Creal, Joe Carney, and Melinda Walker. ffm fwgcfuy necwon, eeding some help in figuring out credits for college, Mar- Hoffman, Joan Burcher and Miss Kelly are seen talking over. Smiling about their spring trip to New York are ,hese members of the Beacon Staff, fkneelingj Pat Ielmick and Marcia Hoffman, Co-editorsg Shirley Sleihouse, staff memberg lstandingj Charlie Sher- nan, sports staffg Faye Allred, 1957-1958 Editorg md Harry Covert, co-sports editor. 117 "Wh0's Next?" is probably the most common ques tion in a group like this from Mr. Wheary. He i filling out late slips for Thelma Spade, Joan Wil liams, and Nancy McCormick. The ANCHOR Staff, who had a wonderful time in New York, pause before Columbia University. ecognifion wad given 'ggi John Wiedman, Pat Branch and Steve Parianous are shown in a scene from the Senior Tournament Play, "Quiet Please." Those happy smiles are from Jerry Grogan, the winner of the American Legion award, and Nancy Keesee, the DAR award winner, as they are being congratulated by Mr. Mclntosh. Thelma Spade, our lovely Band Sweetheart, is shown receiving her bouquet of roses from Drum Major Leonard Dunford. A typical ANCHOR Study Hall scene finds Judy Abbott, Betty Jean Dail, Nancy Timberlake, Evelyn Casey, and Thelma Spade talking with Mr. Huller. 118 X: 1, W Ks Hs.. f? W fm 3 QW' fd , -:xii 5443 1 2:5 ,.,: Si . ns M 4 -'f' V 4 'A ,Siaorlb Porter Phillips and Jerry Grogan re- lax after touring the Jamestown Festival site. BTN' - . g,ui"W"3v. , I Q . ga W: N F sa . ., A gm EV-' .ff 1 sir! H .. rv, 3536.1 M Q' . v 3 '- .1 If 'I . ' X ' 29" fgygzk. ' A 5 4 ,- mi' 1 V .VQVK ' M. 'A ,x 2-tx : I X L3 ' "5 , .. 425 n -G" kgfi xllffif. " A r ,lx x X . :rv 9 7,23 , 3. -Q 's ' I ,Q 'D YM . , b VL Q V+. -lv 4. X tggg 2 ' r'- . ws :R sw S ' .gap 3:4 .ln -Hi-'wiv N jf ka' I, W - J !1 ,I E 'Ii 1 MA 8 U8 A198 0lfLl"58 U86 HAROLD SMITH MANNIE SMITH Linebacker Tackle DIN0 VRETOS JOHN MITCHELL Guard Center GOALPOST GOSSIP The Newport News High School gold and blue football team opened their 1956 season with 13 lettermen, but the gridiron fortunes were dark because of Newport News High School play- ing the toughest schedule in Group I scholastic circles. For the first time in over 20 years, Newport News High School opened its season away from home tying Manchester O-0. The Ty- phoon, in its first home game, defeated the Princess Anne Cavaliers 25-6, gaining revenge for the previous season's loss. The Gold and Blue eleven then were defeated by E. C. Glass 25-12. The Gold and Blue gridironcrs then handed Maury a 13-7 loss, The following week, the powerful Woodrow Wilson Presidents handed the Typhoon a 39-6 shellacking. The War- wick Farmers tied the Typhoons the following weekend in a 6-6 game which saw Warwick, the favorite team, score a touch- down in the waning moments to tie the gallant underdog Typhoons. The Newport News warriors then suffered a 27-12 defeat at the hands of undefeated Norview. They then lost a 12-6 game to the Granby Comets. Again the N.N.H.S. eleven roared back to defeat powerful Cradock 21-20 and played their arch rivals, Hampton, to a 0-0 standstill in their 59th annual Turkey Day Classic. The record of three wins, four losses, and three ties is not a true indication of the ability of this season's squad. The Gold and Blue Typhoons played eight of the toughest games in the state and gave a highly creditable performance in each of them. The experts said that if Newport News had had a few breaks and had not had injuries to key players, the Gold and Blue might have had one of the best records in the state. Coach J. C. Range and Captain Skippy Weitz gave a highly inspirational leadership to this team. Skippy Weitz was awarded the Julian Gordon Trophy for the outstanding player on the squad. This year's team will go down as one of the best defensive teams Newport News High School has had in many years. From the appearance of this year's squad, it looks as if Newport News will soon regain its position as a Group One football power. BUCKY KELLER DAVID JONES SKIPPY WEITZ, Capt. DON ELLIS Quarterback H9-lfback Fullback End yoicaffg cw we!! cw menfaffg' I 5 i 3 DON HARDY FRED CODDING DAVID WITTAN BLAINE CRUM Center Guard Tackle End if -3 BILL SAWYER JERRY GROGAN DOUG JOHNSON Tackle Halfback Guard Our "Braintrusts" pose for our cameraman during a lull in practice. Coaches are lcft to right: Nutty- combe, Powers, Range, Robinson, Chambers. JACK TESH Quarterback , I1 1 TOMMY MORGAN End WOODY HUDSON Halfback CLENTON SMITH End ,M-W. 1 r DAN OUTLAND JOE TAYLOR ALVIN MARSHALL Tackle Linebacker Fullback Coach J. C. Range and Captain Skippy Weitz pause and discuss Saturday's game strategy. GARY FARNSWORTH BILL QUEENSBERRY ROY Fox Guard End Guard fl 'IS , , v ,Y ROGER HEFLIN MICKEY MARKOS BOBBY JONES BUCK HART End Tackle Guard Center '--1 ,M--Q if',s:kSfQ .X 1 RANNIE KENNEDY BOBBY BURNS GEORGE CANAVOS Linebacker Center Halfback JON PEARL EDWARD DEOPPE JIMMY VAN NOY JOHN KIRBY Guard Tackle Tackle Halfback 1 Ae realm I2 were gralfi ying Left to right: FRONT ROW: David Wittan, David Jones, Jerry Grogan, Gray Farnsworth, Douglas Johnson, Jon Pearl, Mannie Smith, Clenton Smith, Kenny Olshasky, SECOND ROW: Head Coach Range, Blaine Crum, Dino Vretos, Fred Coddine, Captain Skippy Weitz, Woody Hudson, Bucky Keller, Don Hardy, John Mitchell, Harold Smith, Bill Sawyer, Willie Turpin. THIRD ROW: Coach Robinson, Edward Deoppe, Donald Ellis, Roger Heflin, Ranme Kennedy, Dan Out- land, Jimmy VanNoy, Jack Tcsh, Bill Queensberry, Tommy Morgan, Bobby Turpin. FOURTH ROW: Coach Nutty- conibe, Don Mollick, Roy Fox, George Canavos, Joe Taylor, Buck Hart, Bobby Burns, John Kirby, Micky Markos, Bobby Jones, Sr. Mgr. John Weidman. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE e They JR. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 0 Manchester ....... 25 Princess Anne ...... 12 E. C. Glass ..... 9 Hampton They 13 Maury ,...,.... Maury "A"" '20 6 Wilson ...... Wilsgn ,,,,,, ......., 2 7 6 Warwick ..... Norview WW-39 12 Norview ,,...,: 6 Granby .....:.,. 21 Cradock ....... 0 Hampton .r... JV SQUAD Left. to riizht: FIRST ROW: Ed- die Cohen, Bill Snrukin, Johnny Gilman, Allan Hull, Tony Mu- sika, Curtis Overman, Bobby Cannon, Capt.: Wayne Johnson, Phil Turner, Robert Brucey, Jim- my Spivey. Carl Williams. SEC- OND ROW: Clay Strzuler, James Vines, Billy Gatling, Donald Carroll, Steve Seltzer, Horace Underwood, Steve Thom:-is, Jer- ry Antine, Judson Jones, Arnold Wimzins, Vernon Edwards. .lim- my Powell. THIRD ROW: Sum- my Lipes, Tommy Koger, Ray Evans, Joe Musiku, James Col- lins, Jimmy Tolhert, Jimmy Gorrell, Jerry MCM:-xhan, Wayne Coddimr, Frank Ivey. FOURTH ROW: Marvin Newton. Cope Hiemenz, Ronnie Smith, Eddie Harris. Frank Friedlund, Dan Rouse, Whit Hancock, Kenneth Metts, llilly Roady, John Can- epa. l"ll"TH ROW: Tommy Chapel, Mxlr.. Coach Jack Pow- ers, Buddy David, Mer. -M M M., ..i. 1 ,wgqw wszrfvzmwf warmly M. Warwick York ....... ........'73 FF! ' .HT 5 a 5 3 -f fi 1 1 David Jones rm-turns a punt for 25 yds. against thv Warwick "Farmers" Head Coach J. C. 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The bl! uma 'llmln' L.x,ff.1,.w n . we 7 ow coac 5 zflfwloiring irzffuence VARSITY SEASON RECORD NNHS 68 Suffolk 45 75 Granby 45 58 Maury 44 68 Hampton 47 44 Wilson 52 72 Princess Anne 49 93 Cradock 47 74 South Norfolk 43 77 Norview 29 54 Warwick 40 53 Suffolk 29 67 Maury 43 70 Hampton 60 70 Wilson 46 82 Princess Anne 36 88 Cradock 65 74 South Norfolk I 60 79 Norview 43 49 Warwick 45 67 Granby 55 Here are our two leaders, Captain Bucky Keller, 'fOutstanding Scholastic Basketball Player of Virginia," and Coach Bill Chambers, one of the best coaches in Virginia and the Peninsula's "Man of the year in Sports." COURT CAPERS There is an old saying that lightning never strikes twice, but the Golden Typhoon Cagers of Newport News High School dis- proved this saying by winning their second consecutive Group One State Championship. The Court Wizards of Coach Bill Chambers compiled an amazing 21-1 overall season record. The Typhoon team won 19 games and lost 1 during the regular season. They compiled a 19-1 season record in district play. They established a fabulous 21-game winning streak after suf- fering an early season loss to Wilson. They also annexed their second consecutive Eastern District Championship and their second consecutive Eastern Tournament Championship. Among the other records established by this team are that they tied Roanoke High School for winning the most state cham- pionships-8. Also for making the finals in 9 out of 10 state championships. The Golden Typhoon's record is more amazing when you stop and realize that Coach Chambers had only one regular back from last year's championship team. The only returnee was Captain Bucky Keller. Together with Bucky, Mr. Chambers took Kenny Roberts, Bobby Jones, Donald Ellis, and Jack Tesh and moulded them into one of the greatest defensive and offensive five that has ever been seen in Group Scholastic Court circles. This team showed poise, rebounding strength, and determination to win that would not usually be expected from an inexperienced team such as this. Coach Chambers has guided the Typhoons for three seasons and in that stretch has compiled a phenomenal 67-8 record which truly places him among the best scholastic coaches in the coun- try. His team showed so much poise and polish in the State Group One tournament that the Golden Typhoon waltzed through the tournament games. Coach Chambers' Court Magicians were paced by Captain Bucky Keller. Keller proved himself to be one of the greatest all-round basketball players ever to be see in Virginia. This was proven by his being selected the best hig school basketball player in Virginia. Center Don Ellis' rebound ing and shooting promoted the Typhoon cause greatly. In Jac Tesh, Newport News High School had one of the best ba handlers and floor men in the state. No coach could ask for two finer guards than Kenny Robert and Bobby Jones. Despite their lack of height, as basketba players go, they proved themselves excellent rebounders, maste ball hawkers, and brilliant play makers. These five boys plu the capable and valuable work of reserves Billy Bradley, Alle Foster, Jimmy Shires, Roger Heflin, Harry Conn, Bill Queens berry, Jimmy VanNoy, and Don Hardy were the contributin factors to the Typhoon success. The Golden Typhoon loses only one regular- Bobby Jones an two reserves-Jimmy Shires and Bill Qucensberry from thi talented squad. Along quarterback row, the experts are predicting that wit a year's experience these boys will go on to win their thir consecutive State Group One basketball championship. The T3 phoon team received many individual honors. Bucky Keller mac the All-State Group One team, All-Eastern District team, an also the most valuable player in both the Group One Tournz ment and the Eastern District Tournament. Don Ellis, also, made the All-Group One Tournament team ar Kenny Roberts was chosen the sixth best player in the Grou One Tournament, just missing making the All-Tournament tear The Penn Williams trophy for the outstanding player wz awarded to Bucky Keller. The entire team was given Sta' Championship letters and State Championship jackets by tl school. This team can be summed up by Coach Chamber statement in letter assembly, "They were great!" e vw fo uiclforg Our starting fivc. the pride of the community, practices dribbling' skills whilc Coach Chambers givcs them an assuring: sniih Thcy arc: Don Ellis, Kenny Roberts, Bobby Jones, Jack Tosh. and Captain Bucky Keller. EASTERN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT NNHS 77 Norview 56 57 Hampton 423 56 Wilson 50 STATE TOURNAMENT NNHS 72 John Marshall 50 43 E. C. Glass 29 52 Virginia of Bristol 31 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Hcrc thcy are - the State Champions of 1957! Lcft to right, first row: Jimmy VanNoy, Bill Queensbcrry, Harry Conn, Don Hardy. Sccond row: Bobby Joncs, Jack Tesh, Bucky Kcllcr, Don Ellis, Kenny Roberts. Third row: .Ioc Madagran, Bill Bradley, Allcn Fostcr, Rogrcr Heflin, Foach Bill Chalnhcrs. 131 I x A X . 5 5 gf K.. Y X if mf 5 sw , ,f cu-'R Hes watch out' says Jack Tuh and Do Elhs is Hampton S Q une Wllson 'md Buck kelle-1 tusslc for tha bill 0 561,48 Olftl' lf'Qf8lf'6LlfL:5, IO 01,0815 8th AND 9th GRA-DE BASKETBALL eft to right, first row: Jimmy Hall, Bennie Damron, Wendel Williamson. Sec- nd row: Carl Williams, Milton Eason, Phil Turner, Wayne Johnson, Bobby oyce. Third row: Coach "Pete" Robinson, Eddie Cohen, Eddie Harris, Donald arroll, Thomas Koger, John Murden, Mgr. 1 E if J. V. BASKETBALL Left to right, first row: Frank Ivey, Ronnie Fowler, Robert Bracey, Dan Rouse, Steve Thomas, Horace Underwood. Second row: Coach J. C "Cowboy" Range, Ned Midkiff, Gene Gill, Cope Hiemenz, Steve Veasey, Bohhy Turpin, Mgr. 133 1 J. V. SEASON RECORD NNHS 44 South Norfolk 32 32 Granby 34 40 Maury 44 33 Hampton 37 28 Wilson 56 52 Princess Anne 33 44 Cradock 34 66 South Norfolk 28 50 Norview 21 25 Warwick 31 52 Suffolk 34 45 Maury 30 50 Hampton 35 40 Wilson 62 72 Princess Anne 22 49 Cradock 33 71 South Norfolk 35 55 Norview 61 33 Warwick 35 53, Granby 42 8th AND 9th GRADE SEASON RECORD 8th AND 9th GRADE SEASON RECORD NNHS 33 34 54 40 42 42 39 40 35 52 30 46 66 46 40 George Wythe Buckroe York Warwick Jr. High Warwick 9 High George Wythe Buckroe York Warwick Jr. High Warwick 9 High Warwick Jr. High Warwick 9 High Buckroe York Warwick Jr. High 32 37 48 37 29 34 '36 31 36 4-1 42 40 50 35 38 jack Leica! fo Jeueilo flee 5l0il"lfIf 1 a 3 5 1 1st row: G. Pipkin, D. Wittan, R. Weinstein, S. Weitz, J. Saun- ders, H. Weinstein, D. Peltz, J. Grogan, V. Meares, H. Goad. 2nd row: F. Hayman, D. Outland, R. Coltrane, W. Horton, K. Whiteside, N. Ewell, K. Roberts, R. Heflin, T. Leyland, G. Duncan. 3rd row: A. Cohen, W. Dangler, J. Vines, B. Gatling, J. Sherman, B. Bradley, H. Fenigsohn, M. Duck, M. Davis, D. Crickenberger. 4th row: W. Timberlake, F. Brown, J. More- witz, C. Strader, C. Snelling, J. Talbert, J. Stone, J. Berzimes, C. Sawyer. 5th row: Coaches Nuttycombe, Conn, and Chambers. THE CINDER TRAIL The cinder thin-clads of Newport News High School are expected to again be one of the state's top track aggre- gations. The track team this year is coached by Coach Julius Conn and Coach Charles Nuttycombe. Ivan Goldberg and Jerry Saunders, Co-captains of the 1957 track team, are two of the key men around which the coaches have built the team. Other outstanding performers are Virgil Meares in the mile, Skippy Wietz in the hurdles, Raoul Weinstein in the 440, Henry Goad in the high jump, Dan Outland in the shotput, and David Wittan in the discus. Jerry Saunder's specialty is the two hurdle races, while Goldberg doubles in the 100 and 220. As the 1957 ANCHOR was on the presses, the track squad was preparing to enter the Tidewater and Eastern District meets. Up to press time of the yearbook, the track squad had won its first five dual meets in a row. 134 TRACK SCHEDULE N.N.H.S. 83 1,f5 South Norfolk 29 4f5 N.N.H.S. 90 Princess Anne 23 N.N.H.S. 74 2f3 Wilson 38 U3 N.N.H.S. 7815 Norview 3415 N.N.H.S. 75 Hampton 38 April 20 Tidewater Meet April 24 Maury April 27 Pilot Relays May 4 Eastern District Meet May 10 Warwick May 18 State Meet Of comloelfifion an 900 Jloorfdmcmd Typhoon sprinter and Co-captain Ivan Goldberg E? readying himself for another 100 yard dash. Big David Wittan preparing himself for a lot of yardage, as he throws the discus. St Dan. Outland getting the' feel of the shot before making another fme throw for the Typhoon. Jerry Saunders, Co-captain and ace hurdler completes the low hurdles, as the Typhoon chalks up a few more points. u"' A Nagar The Typhoon ace miler, Virgil Meares, copping another first- place for the cindermen. 'fin' " Q !4'J'H-1.- l ,N -sf 135 v ji e JIOPLVLQ, Aecwon mlaerec! in Cindermen co-captains Ivan Goldgerg and Jerry Saun- ders, center, talk over our track season plans with co-coaches, Charlie Nuttycombe, left, and Julie Conn, right. The relay team, Richard Coltrane, Raoul Weinstein, Kim Whiteside, and Harvey Weinstein, preparing to take their starting positions. 1-Am -- ,Q The Typhoon Cross Country team from left to right, first row: Wilbur Horton, George Pipkin, Virgil Meares, Robert Stoops, David Peltz, and Coach Julie Conn. Second row: Fred Hayman, Har- vey Weinstein, Raoul Weinstein, Carl Spain, and William Dangler. Third row: Richard Coltrane, Rich- ard Prince, Allan Cohen, Larry Crickenberger, and Kim Whiteside. 136 of Olflffy fl"6LCL, Llftf Ldfiegflff ago ..,.+q'-'A l I BASEBALL 1st Row fleft to rightjz D. Rouse, G. Vanness, M. McCormick, B. Jones, T. Morgan, D. Jones, D. Wynne, J. Kersey. 2nd Row: R. Kennedy, G. Farnsworth, D. Mollick, J. Shires, W. Hancock, J. Tesh, L. Ruhland, P. Collins. 3rd Row: Asst. Coach Robinson, Coach Powers, A. Foster, D. Ellis, J. Van Noy, D. Hardy, Managers: J. Kirby, G. Morewitz, M. Klesmer. TOUCHING ALL BASES BASEBALL The 1957 baseball season was just getting underway as the 1957 ANCHOR went to press. This year's squad is N-N-H-S 5 POQ'-10S0n 0 composed of ten lettermen with promising juniors and N.N.H.S. 5 York 7 sophomores. Head coach, Jack Powers and assistant coach, N.N.H.S. 18 Hampton 4 Pete Robinson were confident that they could have a good N.N.H.S. 9 Wilson 5 season if the home diamond was ever fixed up so that they could practice on it. From the first few games played, N'N'H'S' 2 Malfry 3 it looked as if Newport News High School would be a real N'N'H'S' 0 Warwlck 4 contender for the Eastern District title. With each game N-N-H-S 3 Princess Anne 2 the team gained more experience and polish. Bobby Jones N.N.H.S. 10 York 5 was elected captain of the 1957 baseball squad. Some of April 26 Smith the outstanding members of this year's squad are Tommy April 27 Hampton Morgan, Dick Wynne, Phil Collins, Jimmy Shires, Larry A .1 30 M Ruhland, David Jones, and Bobby Jones. pn amy May 3 Suffolk May 4 Warwick May 7 Norview May 10 Cradock May 13 Granby May 16 James Blair 137 .?0'Lf58A6L! AQQQJ fo JQUQAIO Discussing the stragety of the '57 Baseball campaign is Coach Jack Powers and Captain third-sacker Bobby Jones. Ace hurler, Larry Ruhland, of the Typhoon mound corps, winds up as he begins his pitch. -'---o....,, , Second baseman Dick Wynne, stops his hopper as he prepares to throw to first base. Big Jimmy VanNoy, NNHS first sacker stretches for hard hit ground ball. ,P if 7 Q oorcknafion ana! lOAy:5iC6L! Alfamina, of 4 . in is 1 I 3 Jimmy Shires is one of NNHS's ace twirlers. David Jones is a top outfielder for NNHS baseball team Captain Bobby Jones holds down the hot corner for NNHS. 139 Qin 5' oloorlfa com Alfa! or ,nu '99 A fy y . we 1 'T S These four smiling ladies are the brain trusts of our Girls Phys. Ed. Department. Here, Mrs. Masters, Mrs. Sanders, Miss Seats and Miss Wente, laugh at something done during one of their classes. Here's the Hockey Team which had a good season. They are left to rgiht: Lolly Wynne, Porter Phillips, Carol Wornom, Marie Swan, Agnes Dick, Ann Cain, Adrienne Price, Bitsy Lee Heath, Louise Powell, Peggy Taylor. 'Q an ,Q ws-sw figs Smiling prettily is the G. A. A. Executive board. Here they are gathered to discuss the plans for their Christmas Dance -which, by the way, was a huge success. They are seated left to right: Sandra Nesbitt, Ruby Phillips, Nita Collins, Carolyn Jones, Lolly Wynne, Gloria Tart, standing are Jean Tesh, Gloria DeMoss, Peggy Dail, Gail Morrison, Courtney Kerman, Peggy Taylor, President, Shirley Smith, and Adrienne Price. Performing during the Apparatus Club meeting are Jean Tesh, Mary Ann Meares, Phyllis Wiggins, Carolyn Jones, and Valiery Hartsell. Performing on the mats are members of the Tumbling Club. They are showing the skills they learned in class and are giving you a demonstration of the fun they have in their meetings. Those performing in the foreground are: Charlotte Rawls, Carolyn Ellis, Carolyn Jones, Valiery Hart- sell, Mary Patrick, Courtney Kerman, Ruby Forbes, Linda Powell, Mary Ann Meares, Sandra Nesbitt, and Patsy Fiest. mf -L6L!6Ll'LC8 55 Offii lOl"0glf'6'Ll'VL ll l., How fast can you run the 50-yd. dash? Norma Wilson, Elaine Ferrell, Andra Bost, and Kitty Hawley are. set.to go and they seem to be enjoying it. They are particltpatlng in one of the many fall and spring outdoor activities. 1 f -5 ip? M' X This is the Volleyball Team who had a victorious season. They are kneeling left to right: Sharron Wanderer, Faith Dea- ment, Kathy Roane, Judy Harrison, Rose Manning, Shirley Smith, and Lolly Wynne, standing are Barbara Morris, Marie Swann, Kitty Hawley, Linda Powell, Ruby Phillips, Belvie Settles, Agnes Dick, Peggy Dail, and Kay Elmore. Grace is being developed through modern dance. These girls are demonstrating the fundamentals they have learned dur- ing the spring. Not only the boys have excelled in basketball, these girls are the all-stars of the Wednesday afternoon games. They are, kneeling: Barbara Morris, Judy Harrison, Gloria Tart, Lolly Wynn, Peggy Taylor, and Faye Allred. Standing are: Kitty Hawley, Belvie Settles, Ruby Phillips, Dorothy Jack- son, Claudia Steele, Andra Bost, and Peggy Dail. Our Junior Varsity Hockey Team has worked hard to de- velop skills to make them worthy of the Varsity Squad next year. They are, first row: Kay Davis, Linda Powell, Carolyn Jones, Peggy Dail, and Ruby Phillips. Second row: Courtney Kerman, Barbara Wolf, and Jean Tesh. Third row: Mary Johnson, Captaing and Gloria DeMoss. Standing: Aretie Gallins. ,. A. 4 age me """--m-.xL,L- y. X W LL1 .Agfa RK xh hh h Q A XX l I 7 J cBa dD Otld lk through th bea tf 1 d p th way at the Jamesto n Fest val if 0 a Akgwf ,f QQ 'Qs M-QM" ,5- 'N . f m 4 41 3. .1 . -.,-- " 'Y .. w- 1- -Q A nn.. - - it ,X :A 1 if A X -i. ,.,..,..--w XX K, f.M...,.,.m. Q f I 1 xi , 5 ,X F 2 i I .H ' ip ' 'Y , X: 1 , X' ,' X X . ve' 45 il 1'- --.-msezzggsm Q Q ...p- ,wo- 5 E 'Mx T .A -4-., 'W'- 'qn' TN k "" , .W ' ,wwiwm my W .W A af 1, K wagwm 'lu qs, 'M W-rem. 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Eirirf- 2: 22-rf' - ' ' ' p gy .-gxxfg-.5 -gi: I-SEK:-5,-,R,.g.f.f:5,5., 5:35.-...:.-:i.::3:j:-:Irv ?,-:i:- ,:f:fZ3.3 - '-N. 5 .'-"Na::asNSS:FN12'fake:ask55:1+I-fi-'QW51i521is:1E1ifE12E11Ff1 WASHINGTON AT 32nd 144 You Get EVERYTHING MUSICAL At The sb Thomas Piano Co. 210-28th Street 2-2512 WARWICK BAKERY CAKES - Piss - msrkiss 220-28th Street Phone 4-1362 Congratulations to the Graduates BERNARD'S 0 Stuart Gardens Warwick Gardens PAIQIYEIQ 8: l3OWEll Will Satisfy Your Wants for DISTINCTIVE HOME FURNISHINGS Dial 2-2041 212 28th Street J. Hugh Coffee F. Maynard Coffee Glzlffee 7 uneral 4 uma 3101 West Avenue Established 1891 Dial 2-1345 Cadillac Ambulance Service EXPERIENCED ATTENDANTS If It's Good It's" - Special 5808 PARTY Virginia ICE CREAM Avenue Complete Specialty Shop for Children and Teens Ready-to-Wear Clothes - Shoes For Boys and Girls Nursery Furniture and Toys BIechman's Youth Center 3200-3202 Washington Ave. Phone 5-1793 Newport News, Va. Dainty French Pastries Our Specialty GARDEN BAKE SHOP l823 Wickham Avenue lStuort Gardens Shopping Centerl Telephone 2-2324 Newport News, Vo. , ,, Q:- - 'F I 'I , ',j5-743 ..- A 1-'E' FFT- '14 A. The Way to Her Heart is a Coat of Fur From SIL VERIIMN I HFS 3211 Washington Avenue Dial 4-1271 REEDY'S JEWELRY 222 28th Street Garland Reedy- Certified Watchmaker Newport News, Va. Dial 4-3306 G. S. BARNES, INC. 2513 Jefferson Ave. Newport News, Va. 1? "Reliable Hardware from An Established Firm" Compliments of DANIEL CLEANERS if 3509 Huntington Ave. Phone 2-5241 TEEN AGERS Try Our Special Vi Lunch Veg. 8. Pat. Entree 8- Coca-Cola 40C Our Famous Jumbo Hamburger Plate French Fried Potatoes, Slow 5Oc PALACE RESTAURANT Opposite Broadway Department Store Mutual Underwriters om. wi-ru DEAL Dial 4-1451 Touk wm-I TEXACO BUNN'S TEXACO SERVICE STATION sl: Parrish Ave. and 25th St. Newport News, Virginia 99 28th street Y Call for and Deliver Dial 2-9772 'CQ "Buttons ond bows oren't everything," soy Agnes Dick ond Joon Ownby os they odmire the style ond fit of eoch others new outfits just ocquired ot Phillip Levy ond Company. ' ' .leaq cmd 2707 WASHINGTON AVENUE NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 147 Mutual Home 8- Savings Association of Newport News, Virginia 210 30th Street Call The Plays Plan The College Days Open a college savings account with this association: then add to it each month. Steady profits added to your savings each year. It's the easy way to a college education. Waterfront Lumber Co For Queuafy Materials Qi Foir Prices 1200 Jefferson Avenue -- Telephon 3 l305 Newport News, Virginia 148 More than fifty years have passed since the inevitable step was taken which transferred a sprawling tidewater village into the dignified status of a city of the first class in the Commonwealth of Virginia. A lts past has been illustrious. But our justified pride in past accomplishments must not dim our eyes to the fact there is much left to do in the future. ciTv or NEWPORT NEWS 7114 WMM G Jimdu 149 e t G P l Z,- Qeiqsgwzr N yi B R E A D . :wig - a.u'i'l-4-,R L S . -,Lv F. r xx-fi I ' i..I"" lf: FR " 81 1 ' ff . 5 ' i rf E Baked in Newport News Glancing back after placing their valuables in a Citizens Marine Jefferson Bank's deposit box, Bruce Smith and Nancy Timberlake think of how sate their possessions will be kept. CITIZENS MARINE JEEEERSUN BANK Washington Avenue at 25th Street Dia! 6-l38l MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 150 reednm's ey in Better living is your newspaper . . . American youth early finds "free- dom's key to better living" in the pages of, its newspapers. Our unpar- alleled opportunities for achievement . . , our priceless rights to think, speak and choose for ourselves . . . can be maintained only so long as our newspapers keep forever open ou channels to the facts that concern us LOOK TO THE DAILY PRESS AND TIMES-HERALD FOR THE BEST IN: wk International News ir National News if Local News jr Sports wk Comics -k Features -k Advertising wk Editorials You'Il Find It All In The Tri-Cities Newspapers- nikg Moral., N 0 we , I 'Nb TN Tn-Ci vnex ' Evening Nuupapm 011.11 1 rms THE TIMES-HERALD ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,-,,jW,,m,-,n,,u nlwron nrws.nAurron.wnwrcu .,.,--1 When finding out it takes such a small amount to open a savings account at The First National Bank, Porter Phillips makes her first weekly deposit. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "i.... up TIDEWATER HARDWARE F i s -A TIDEWATER HARDWARE CO. NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 25th and Parrish Avenue Phone 5-1238 152 Only a frame is needed to complete the picture best looking senior Kay Walker ond junior Janice Barnes paint as they model the latest style in suits that Leggett's Department Store has to offer. X! GLORIA TART fQ 6146 56fl4fLOIfL 4 PHOTOGRAPHER l8l4 Kecoughtan Road Hampton, Va Phone 4-4591 sl: We Have Enjoyed Serving You This Year il' Remember Us For Your PHOTOCRAPHIC NEEDS "Complete Furnishings for All Men" nl? 934.5 S HOP 31 07-09 Washington Ave. Diol 5-1571 Dial 6-'I97'l W. ll. WILLIAM -rot- 225 - 28th Street Newport News, Vo. Looking over Spigel's large selection of sports clothes, Charlie Sherman helps Junior Class President, Jack Tesh, choose the coat that really suits him best: Speyelh allege Slap no azna sneer na.: 2-6982 Spigel's-The Only Exclusive Boys' and Students' Shop on the Peninsula x if 4 f We 'X I V ,-I She'Il Be Proud to Wear A Bracelet or Other Jewelry From Since 1898 arclay 8 ons 7.912 WASHINGTON AVENUE DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVERWARE CHINA N X0 we qeate 'co cowe we 'ooqe qos JAX Coco-se oe agzixo as .-0'KCxclxaX Qvoxogfaqvei' xo vecovd M00 Kxoe Qkxoxoqjiii N owe! weq0ov8oXe occaelxowa-A'xo qoo 4001 We vm Vau r Offcjal ph atagfg F116-I. oqrait fu io 3 rd no., Hmmm P 5 a O HARWOOD AND GARRETT Incorporated GENERAL INSURANCE 207 Twenty-seventh Street Dial 6-1241 Wedding Invitations Imprinted Napkins Stationery Bridal and Guest Books White Bibles, Prayer Books CAROL BOOK SHOP Dial 2-9427 3514 Huntington Ave. Newport News, Va WILLIAMS, COILE and BLANCHARD and ASSOCIATES Compliments of Alumni Owners ARCHITECTS of and ENGINEERS W. 5: S. Drive-In 3415 Virginia Ave. Dial 6-1606 Compliments of PHARMACY TIMBERLAKETS Self Service Market 2602-04 Jefferson Avenue C. L. CLODFELTER, Prop. 819 Kecoughtan Road Phone 2-1831 Newport News Phone 4-1531 Hampton, V Phone 2-7327 Residence 7-1867 Compliments of . i. SPIGEL B ROS. RED'S PLACE "Known the World Over" -Fish on Historic James- Huntington Park Pier Capt. L. C. IRedI Crossley Newport News, Va. FURNITURE CO. 2606 Jefferson Ave. Phone 5-1751 NEHI l i r l l i BCTTLING l COMPANY 'I' l Bottlers of l E' l 'nl U.. 'N 1 fffif W. R.c. Cola and 'asuznnntsi R . . h I h b . h Nehi tiiitellvlllrglorflw CtheeerllgallgcSeonll'?1el1iSt3r,eLclnhcgnlalezl 325237 ' i knows she has chosen a theater where enter l toinment is always at its best. Orange and Grape gggfw g 2615 Huntington Avenue l if l PALACE THEATRE l 32nd and Washington Ave. ., ,KNEW W YEA , W, X ,, ,..,.. M- W- ,i,,.+,,,,,, l l From Shaw's large stock of jewelry, Carlene and Marlene Matthews select the watch of their desire. Shaw Iewelry Co. l 2809 Washington Ave. Newport News i Sterling Flatware by Gorham, Heirloom, , International, Lunt, Towle and Wallace 157 ongvafulaiions fo lake Glass of ,57 novmo umm Aumomv or ms cockcou counnv sv THE NEWPORT NEWS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, INCORPORATED .NJ Kenny Roberts and Kay Knight feel that they have done well in opening savings accounts at the Bank of Hampton Roads. BANK OF HAMPTON ROADS Washington Ave. "You Are Never a Stranger Kecoughtan Road at 33rd Street After Your First Visit" at Wythe Center R I C I-I ' surnn MARKETS 'k NEWPORT NEWS i' HAMPTON 'A' WARWICK ir WILLIAMSBURG i' RICHMOND 159 B S Sawyar Construction Company GENERAL CONTRACTORS P 0 B 'I79 1668 W. Pembr k A TI h 7273 Ham to V FOR THE FINEST ENTERTAINMENT! WVEC WVEC-TV PEARIJS --1-yyli 27th 8. Huntington Ave. 10 South Mallory Street Diol 2-5261 Dial 3-0321 NEWPORT NEWS PHOEBUS 161 fer O 1 1 23221 'Y 1 I Q 5255" ' I Q-. . ,. .-:-:?f3Ei"' . " f" mv 54 ,.,.,.,. ,Qf::i'IIII1'.Q'Q , O V -a EW? X! f-:-:f::::s I .... il . m o: the girl who wants an interesting iob You'll find it at the telephone company, where there's a variety of fascinating jobs for alert, capable young women who qualify. You'll work in pleasant surroundings with many people about your own age . . . receive good pay while learning . . . get regular raises. And you don't need any experience. Best of all, a telephone job is a satisfying job because you know you're helping almost everyone in your community. Why not find out more about the advantages of telephone work? " ' THE CHESAPEAKE 8. POTOMAC . vi VA TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 162 Q 1830 RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE 1957 ASHLAND, VIRGINIA .. Blackwell Auditorium with Fox I'IaII in the background FOR INFORMATION ADDRESS: DEAN H. BURNELL PANNILL, Director of Admissions and Deon ot Men A 1 i-i O-, I I BENSON-PHILLIPS COM PANY, Inc. I .w e ve no n wsruv SHF -SERVICE srsei. AND coNcnz'rs Pnooucrs I 'III' 'rnANsiT-MixEo conciusrz I M vmG,N,AM ' I ' BUILDING SUPPPLIES - STORUAND PAHKNANDIROHUG runs I O O i D 5 ,, I Like o City Block I I 3100 Virginio Ave. I of Beautiful Things I Newport News, Vo. I FOR YOUR HOME Phone 4-i707 I 163 ' Y ' ' ' ffffffffbv' 9'f'ff'f6 ' ' T ' Y ff'f9'f9' ffffffbffbf Builders of Great Ships To Help Keep America Strong on the Seas NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING and DRY DOCK COMPANY 'ff 'f'f'b'f9','f 164 I. H. SCHERTLE TELEVISION 8t APPLIANCES TV R.C.A. Westinghouse Bendix Crosley Zenith Motorola Philco open Dany 9 'in 9 Corner 29th and Huntington Ave. Compliments of LAWSON'S GROCERY Phone N.N. 6-1608 Newport News 2400 00k Ave- Dial 5-1601-2 FOR SCREW BOWEN COMPANY HAMMER CHISEL 'I' NAIL INSURANCE CONSULTANTS G0 t0 tt Lee White Hardware Without Fail 136-28th Street Dial 4-1441 2701 Roanoke Avenue Dial 3-1551 Save Your Money by investing with LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MERCURY us. 52.00 per month and upwards Current dividend 3'Ka. NEWPORT NEWS BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION I2o :asia-I sneer Dial 3-66ll 0,7144 fin, JMC. REALTOR :-: INSUROR tb 125 26th Street Dial 5-1292 and 5-l293 UNIVERSAL AUTO SALES CORP. 4210 Huntington Avenue Newport News, Virginia Dial Office 4-1461 Congratulations - Best Wishes FIDELITY Insurance and Real Estate Service 1,-.- 26l O West Ave. Diol 2-3201 Fashion Wise, Economy Wise Craduates and Undergraduates Shop at I3lfSIilN'S Over 50 Years Young Comer of 24th and Jefferson Phone 3-1388 A bbitt Realty Company INCORPORATED 132 29th Street Our Specialty- KOSHER AND IMPORTED FOODS Dial 4-4731 105 - 28th St. Newport News, Va. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE TRAINED FACULTY Superior Training for Selected Students Day and Evening Classes 4 Open All Year- Air-Conditioned Classrooms Low Tuition - High Standards - Enroll Today College of Hampton Roads 3l I2 West Avenue Dial 2-l Sl l Horne Brothers, Inc. Marine Repairs and General Contractors J: 2408 River Road Newport News, Va. For the Very Best in Meat and Poultry - Buy At - PERRY'S MEAT AND POULTRY MARKET 3207 Huntington Avenue For All Your Jewelry Needs lt's Barr Brothers Jewelers 3005 Washington Ave. NEWPORT NEWS 28 West Main Street NORFOLK List Your Real Estate With in MURRAY and PAlllili'l"l' l3l 28th Street REALTORS INSURANCE "Safe and Economical Transportation" Citizens' Rapid Transit Company Specializing in Chartered Service 3400 Victoria Boulevard, Hampton Phone Hampton 3-3344 WILKS REALTY CO. 652 - 25th STREET PHONE 2-3279 Rental, Sales and Management Chesapeake Cleaners i' "THERE IS A DlFFERENCE" 'A' 25th at Pine Avenue Phone 2-4339 Dealers: General Electric Appliances Stringfellow Electric Corp. 4414 Huntington Ave. Phone 5-1761 i Newport News, Virginia Distributors of Oil 8. Gas Heating Equipment When Buying or Selling Let us Serve You Kenneth Arch. Inc. -L REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, LOANS 'L ll7 26th Street Dual 2.3264 Compliments of HOBBYLAND -If Southampton Shopping Center Merriman Motors CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Kecoughtan Road At LaSalle Avenue Phone Hampton 6367 Compliments of ELITE CLEANERS 4405 Huntington Avenue Newport News, Vo. sta-aff? A CREED FOR AMERICAN YOUTH I resolve to let no time or opportunities slip unused by meg that in small things I will strive to do the best that I 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 I do in my high school years will make me strong- er in character that I may help to make a stronger America. il: Sponsored by Patrick SZ Silk, Inc. Appliances and Television 3404-06 Washington Avenue Also 231 Warwick Road BABCOCK INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. DAVE BABCOCK Suite 208 Monroe Bldg. 25th and Washington Ave. Newport News, Va. Phone 4-4842 "SAVE WITH DAVE" NEWPORT NEWS AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE CHEVROLET Moron cms AND Tnucics I 3400 Huntington Avenue Never a moments delay at the Boulevard Phar- macy when that last minute delivery is needed, BOULEVARD PHARMACY Prescriptions - Cosmetics 1 Perfumes 301 Blair Ave. Dial 4-1371 Nxmxxx psf...-----X5 XX 1 s .- X 3 5 s Q x.,,,,..--"' G XXWNXWQ AMERlCA'S NUMBER ONE ROAD CAR Pontiac WARD PUNTIAC SALES, Dial 3-1638 DMV 269 TIMBERLAKE MANUFACTURING CC. Tel. 8-4822 523 Randolph Rd., Worwic Herbert's Aluminum Awnings Add Exciting ' New Beauty to Your Home! Storm Windows and Doors, Joliouses Congratulations Class of I 957 Nick Allen Motors, Inc. Melvin and Jirnmie's 28th St. Confectionery It Pleases Us to Please You . ,,., Phone 2-9614 313 - 28th Street 30th and Huntington Avenue Dial 4-1734 a 3 -..sr These Dawn Lovelies always personify that fresh, well-groomed, ,sophisti- cated look. These girls achieve that appearance because they know that they can depend upon Dawn's excellent and efficient laundry to keep their clothes fresh and neat. ivii H i . BRINGS HRPPV DQVS 170 e X When these lovely losses are entertaining their beaus and company they know that their home will always be clean and attractive because of Dawn's excellent dry cleaning of linens and home furnishings. These eight young ladies are thankful for Dawn's efficient and varied services. JS? A-e BRINGS HRPPV UQVS 171 Congratulations COLE ci SCOTT FASHIONS FOR MEN NEWPORT NEWS - WARWICK The Tri-Cities Finest Restaurant Gounani's MUSEUM INN Famous for Steaks and Seafood Private Dining Room Available tor Parties 1001 Warwick Rd. lkoute 60? Phone 8-9915 Warwick, Virginia 5 , A Egg: 51,9 , flgiifif ron smoom siiuns N IAUNIIERERS -DRY CLEANERS LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 74th Year Serving the Peninsula 11-01- Dial 4-1421 or 4-1422 127 - 24th Street Having the Cong in for a Treot? Get Your Refreshments ot Pil:tman's Grocery R. C. SATCHELL, Prop. GROCERIES, FRUITS, FROZEN FOODS FRESH MEATS and PRODUCE 24 Hour Wrecking 81 Road Service WYTHE TIRE CO., Inc. COMPLETE TIRE SERVICE FRANK LITTLE, Pres. Pine Ave. and 25th St. Phone 4-1459 Newport News, Vo Compliments of Cofer Motor Sales Inc. Qi if ' wi DeSOT0 PLYMOUTH 2615 Marshall Avenue Dial 4-2124 Sales 81 Service I. S. Arnold's Esso Service THE EMILIE BEARDEN 'A' SCI-IGQL QF BALLET 25th St. and Oak Avenue Dial 7-1803 Warwick, Va. i Compliments of HARDWARE CO. Inc. ' EPSTElN'S . , , Venetian Blind Mfg. Co. Serving the Peninsula Since 1885 232-234 27th Street 3 stores fo sewe You Phone 3-1044 Newport News, Vo. We Need Your Head Compliments To Run Our Business of Bob Smith's Barber Shop I 25th Street at Chestnut Avenue Inc. Newport News, Va. Shop Phone 2-7854 Home Phone 2-4298 a f -- i When you think of SHOES Congratulations Think of - j Budlong 81 Campbell, Inc. l PLUMBING 81 HEATING Sheet Metal Work 3215 Washington Ave. i New,,,,,.ke, shopping Cenfe, 9900 Warwick Road Warwick i 173 01:4 Qf-' 46 Il There'll Be No Changes Made Your Wife or Sweetheart Won't Want to Exchange Her Jewelry lt You Buy lt From gmf., 5..,., 2902 Washington Avenue Dial 6-I 524 GEORGE W. PHILLIPS 8. COMPANY George W. Blanchard, Mgr. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Phone 3-3338 'I2 So. King St. Hampton, Va. MODERN SALES 81 SUPPLIES, Inc. M. C. Nesbitt Restaurant, Store and Hotel Supplies Phone 4-1477 70l0 Virginia Ave. Warwick, Va. H. M. MCMILLAN "Hampton's Friendly Furniture Store" 56 W. Queen Street Telephone 6276 Hampton, Vo il: :L QI: CRICKET'S ESSO SERVICE 7'lst and Virginia Ave. Phone 6-1037 Warwick, Va. Congratulations to the CLASS OF '57 May happiness and success always be yours JAMES J. "JlMMY" GALLINS COLONY RESTAURANT Compliments of THE Fi.owERs SCHOOL EQUIPMENT co., Inc. Manufacturers and Distributors School, Church, 8. Public Seating Furniture 327 West Main Street Richmond 20, Virginia 174 HARLEY-DAVI DSON Motorcycles - Bicycles i M f- H eeiilfigi, KJ - s G ij., f , Hhff 5 ammwm W1 "i l l' ll R B - M IICYCEIS-V-1 yy B ..-A .. I H L- I i yi, - 1 Egg fi L 'R Ai - k - E l f 'r-,Ny-'Ig -O '5" m"0'U'U 'l" "l3' We Are Representatives For: Congratulations Harley-Davidson Harley Bicycles Motorcycles Columbia Bicycles Johnson Outboard Power Lawn Mowers Motors Children's Wheel Goods Cushman Motor Scooters Arnold Schwinn Bicycles Hand Lawn Mowers 2 ? SALES AND SERVICE TIDEWATER MOTORCYCLE CORP. 25th and Huntington Avenue Phcnc 5-i805 WEAVER BROTHERS LUMBER - MILLWORK BUILDING MATERIALS lnclined to go for the latest style in hair cuts, Constantine Balanis pays his visit to Boyd Brothers Barber Shop. NEWPORT NEVVS Boyd Bros. Barber Shop YORKTOWN 142-26th Street SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ARE OUR AIM 175 Ph 21001 TERMS MOSELEY FURNITURE COMPANY F h' g Peninsula Homes for O 40 Y 5421 eyffhs N p N v THE EARLE RESTAURANT 9700 Warwick R d Th L ely Private D g R CLUBS - RECEPTIONS - PARTIES INVITED For 92 Years TI-IE VIRGINIA PILOT ASSCDCIATION Has Served the Peninsula GORSUCH DRUG CO. 3019 Washingtan Ave. Newp rt N II: TRUCK DELIVERY Exclusive Agency for RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES O R I68 and Main Stree , E d d MR. B's DRIVE IN Warwick, Virginia HOME OF GOOD FOOD S tisfa t O Sp ly S gIC 1' BtSI BEST WISHES PENINSULA FLCDRIST ASSOCIATIQN . .-. .T-'K 1-u, ' u-- .11 ' 1 9.51-1 i 5 fi? Taramount Theatre THE PENlNSULA'S FINEST DRESSES - SUITS - COATS SPORTS WEAR PARISIAN SHOP "Always Something New" Washington Ave. at 28th Street BRYANT 8z NELMS REAL ESTATE ond INSURANCE if 129 26th Street PHONE 4-1621 PERCY SMITH 6. CO. REALTOR and INSURANCE 12s - zen- sneer Dial 5-isze PENINSULA SHIPBUILDERS' ASSOCIATICDN PSA. 4201 Huntington Avenue Washing! Avenue or 33rd Sweet Congratulations to the Senior- Class From NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRES of the Peninsula James - Center - Village Lee - Langley Kecoughtan Laundry, Cleaner Your Exclusive Lux Laundry 2613 Kecoughtan Road Hampton, Va. WYTHE SOUTHAMPTON H. C. Orebaugh Sheet Metal Works 316-18-20 28th St. Phone 4-1571 Asbestos Siding and Roofing Shingles Buckingham and Vermont Slate Sheet Copper and Metal of All Kinds Lenox Oil Burners - Warm Air HELMER FEED STORE PURINA cHows Seeds and Poultry Supplies 32nd and Jefferson Ave. Newport News, Va. Post graduates of Newport News High School, Donna Keranen and Shirley Allen, talk over their future at the Riverside School of Nursing. RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL School of Nursing EVANS STUDIO OF DANCING Adults - Children O BALLROOM O TAP I TOE O BALLET Dial Hampton 8216 64 Victoria Ave. Hampton Where Dining ls at Its Best Party Rooms for from IO to 3lOO Persons Wedding Receptions HOTEL WARWICK West Ave, at 25th Street TIP FORBES AUTO REPAIR SERVICE CLIFFORD E. FORBES, Proprietor PAINTING- BODY WORK- WHEEL BALANCING Dial N. N. 2-7172 2514 West Pembroke Avenue Congratulations to the Senior Class Qerzirziaifa guns 'mf 0402125 lk i 2505 Chestnut Avenue r Dial 4-l486 IQ. IQ. I EUIQNITUDE y in 213 sou. sf. Tel. 2-2361 AMBULANCE SERVICE I i H FRANCIS L. IOBE vicrokv :sso ssnvicsr-rrsn ronnssv MARKET Market and Bakery 5 1 if WARWICK ESSO SERVICENTER 3600 Huntington Avenue Newport News, Virginia f 25th li West Ave. i 1 FREE PARKING TO CUSTOMERS i 5. c. qsom LUMPKIN, Mgr. 'rmpnsnm 2-ous N 2-9539 i BOWDITCH MOTORS Inc. W "Your Locally Owned Friendly Ford Dealer" g gina 5 Ano ovens SALES SERVICE 'fin I 3409 Washington Avenue 800 Kecoughtan Road Dltll 4-1781 i Diol 5-1268 W W, f my-A-d +. W-- i Paint Products Co. 321-323-325 25th Strut Phono 2-'I061 i i Fashion ls Our Business Quality Our Wotchword Dependability Our Creed AMW 3025 Washington Avenue 179 Make D ght PERRY ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS FIRST a FUR coA'r N N 26 son- snee: n 3 0- E - ' 03 FREEMAN FUR SHOP h 4 4457 h 2 SANITARY ENGINEERING CO. Inc. spf T kufnd Cl a ar pd HIDEN STORAGE AND F ORWARDING COMPANY 1 som avg A The Practical Plymouth The Beautiful Chrysler GEN ERAL AUTO SALES Bagley Stationery Co., Inc. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FURNITURE Incorporated Phone 3-1563 "Your Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer" 2712 Huntington Ave. Newport News, Vo. 226 31st Street Dial 2-2913 sharpes Aquarlurn Arrow Ties Stetson Hats and Pef Arrow Shirts Griffon Clothes 2012 Wickham Ave. Complete Line of Exotic and Tropical Fish All Accessories Pets of All Descriptions Many Varieties of Birds Phono 2-9431 I. MIRMELSTEIN'S "Men's Wear Since 1897" i 3106 Washington Avc. a ' ' 1-Tl' ,K -- , 1: Ay , Wake Up and Take Your Printing Jobs i.ToT Jacobson Press 2705 Huntington Avenue Calling Cards - Programs -Invitations Newport News Refrigeration Co., Inc. 1 ICE - COAL - COLD STORAGE- t vim. 5-1603 - 6-1604 f Epes Stationery Co. 2908 Washington Avenue 'A' F5 II , AG .' To The WYTHE Esso Servicenter CREASINC WASHING POLISHINC 1301 Kecoughtan Road Hampton, Va. A , Q 'sv Q-PY' , HYGEIA ROLLER RINK Hampton 8- Wickham Aves. Newport News, Va. iwdme lcefream . ' 9 A sw-as 55 L X. A, '- Q Z C"""'nen's ' SUTTLE Moron CORPORATION CENTER FORD M.,- CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE H G.M.C. TRUCKS 2900 H f gf A "vous: sono cewrsn' -isol- O 55 OOO Sq. Ft. Floor Space S Y 1--ul 34 I1 nd Jeffers A DMV 19 ,,,, 5'1r-5 v 1 :J 3: 5 Will? ' Newsome Air Conditioning DODC-E PLYMOUTH Company DODGE "Job Rated" TRUCKS Shackeliurrl Auto Eumpang, Inc. He'-'iw - C00'i"9 339 25th Street Compliments of YOUNG K. GAYLE 4 Buy Your Hardware INSURANCE and Supplies from Low Building GOODMAN HARDWARE COMPANY 2405 Jefferson Avenue W. T. CHAPIN, Inc. .L Insurance and Real Estate .L 126 zen- sneer oi.: 4-1411 DIAL 2-6502 "NICK" VENERIS I PLUMBING - HEATING - ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK 0 34th Si. and Humingion Ave. Newport News, Virginia .Q-"' I f 4 1 If's Time to Come to USER BIIUTIIEIIEB FOR RELIABLE FOOTWEAR NEWPORT NEWS AND HAMPTON gm NEED GAS? Stop ot NURNEY and COX Service Station 5800 Virginia Avenue Dial 2-9731 Old Dominion Crab Co. Wholesale Dealers in CRABS AND CRAB MEAT sb Phone 2-7319 Newport News, Virginia U. S. Tire Service, Inc. 4304 Kecoughtan Road Hampton Boat Harbor Post Office Box 196 DIAL HAMPTON 5375 A Our Specialty Mary Immaculate HOT GRINDERS OR SUBMARINES Hospital come .mo mv oN: School of Nursing Admits: Students who are high school graduates inter- ested in nursing and of good character. The next class will enter in September, 1957 i Stadium Drive-In 1851 W. Pembroke Phone N.N. 2-9673 X ACME OIL CO. Won't You Join Me? gg? l'm On My Way to BOAT HARBOR H a B Phone Day 5-1545 Night 4-1362 128 30th Street QPU CROWN SAVINGS BANK Member F. D. l. C. American Bankers Associat National Bankers Assoc t "We welcome Your Account and the Privilege of Serving You" 2411 Jefferson Avenue Kblnsnnrw-'-0 LOW ON DOUGH? We Hove Plenty of it in CAKES, PIES, BREAD CRUM'S BAKERY 3511 Huntington Avenue DIAL 2-7342 3820 Kecoughton Road, Hampton, Va. Florida Urange Store 3208 Washington Ave. Dial 3-1615 if gm! Exclusive Representative Royal Typewrt C Headquarter for ROYAL Typewrit Portable 8: Standard Expert Repairing of Typewriter Adding and Calculating Machines All Work Guaranteed All Forms of Insurance LAWRENCE INSURANCE AGENCY 2016-25th Street Lamps and Shades A tique - Furniture - Reprod t GAMMoN's ANTIQUE si-lor 320 K ghtan Road Ph 51943 Dial 2-6911 P. O. Box 956 MARTlN 81 RICHARDSON SEAFOOD COMPANY Specializing in Fresh Picked Crab Meat and Oysters Boat Harbor Newport News, Virginia Compliments of The Virginia Drive-In The Peninsula's Finest Restaurant 2710 Military Road Phone N.N. 2-6731 Hampton, Va C 81 C APPLIANCES, Inc. TV AND APPLIANCES SALES AND REPAIR Telephone 3-9298 1025 North King Street Hampton, Va. Mn.LNsR's WARWICK FARMS, Inc. Dairy Products "Safe for Babies" 3110 Virginia Avenue Phone 4-1776 Compliments of LAWRENCE B. WOOD PENINSULA CO-OP "The Store Owned by You and Your Parents" .,g-4 Southampton Shopping Center HAMPTON, VA. Newmarket Shopping Center WARWICK. VA. df l Compliments of CI Friend Piano Instruction CARY McMURRAN B. Music M. Music PENINSULA STUDIO OF MUSIC 7006 Virginia Avenue Phone 2-7735 Ko N il- .ll1... -.-i S YXNBXQBYNXXQ- Vw lu-Q-...:-. x ms 'xo as W5 E e sqoo SAX Cooose os ago 6 vixvo Kxoe Qvoxoqoovs - 1001 Yxie. Q av 'Coe qeats no coxoe we 'ooo ovoxogoovef' xo sooo: q0eqoova'oXe, occaelxooew qos! "oifxc1xaX we wow owes Vow Off. Porno. lgj 't Siudio al'l1 ard no Cl' ip Phone 2-6562 E. A. Jernigan, Prop. JERNIGAN MOTOR COMPANY WHEEL ALIGNING - STRAIGHTENING BALANCING and Frome Straighteni g All Work Guar t d 1419 25h Street N p t N V +L CURTIS OIL CO. 101 Jefferson Ave. Cpltf SANFORD 81 CHARLES Inc. 6-use s. 2-2251 Cpl f KRISPY KREME DOUGHNUT CO. Wholesale 8- Retail . FUEL OIL 8' COAL 9802 Warwick Ro d Ph 84147 Food Prices are . . LOWER NOLDE'S Sav-a-Stamps are WCRTH AMERICAN MAH: MORE at Your Friendly COLONIAL STORE BREAD and CAKES HAWKINS 8- KNIGHT 359 WARWICK RD. Two Stores to Serve You 34 EAST QUEEN STREET, HAMPTON OVER 40 YEARS OF COURTEOUS SERVICE I. GREENSPON FURNITURE STORE Louis Morewitz - N. Bruce Boyett Ph 5 1393 544 25th St N p N V DUNTON ESSO SERVICE Compliments of A Mqnqgef c. A. sounder, 1136 25th Street Telephone 4-123 Newport News Compliments of Compliments of KNIGHT OIL GQ., RIVERSIDE BEAUTY Inc. SALON 4600 Washington Ave. 0 at Congratulations to the 1 semen CLASS 91212 B 6: K RESTAURANT Scott Distributing Co. , , 3706 Washington Ave. Dial 4-5001 6208 Jefferson Ave. Dial 8-4717 Huntington Avenue Amoco Service Station Washing, Greasing, Gas, Oil, Accessories, Tires, Tubes 4114 Huntington Ave. Phone 2-9633 Newport News, Va. RL Beaconsdczle Garage General Auto Repairs 1022 Jefferson Ave., Ext. Phone 8-3126 Warwick, Virginia Investments N. N. 5-1229 FEDERATED PLANS, Inc. The Mutual Fund Center Own o Share in America in Industry J. W. LEMASTERS, Div. Mgr. Empire Bldg. Newport News, Vo. 105 26th Street NEWPORT NEWS NASH CORPORATION Telephone 2-3238 - 2-3239 3614 Huntington Ave. Newport News, Vo. LEON WILKS General Insurance .....-H,- 311 First National Bank Building O. J. BRITTINGHAM CO. Heating - Plumbing - Roofing Sheet Metal Work 331 - 32nd Street Phone 5-1225 Newport News, Va Phone 5-1864 Newport News, Vo. 1609 W. Pembroke Ave. Hampton, Vo. Phones N. N. 4-3047 Hampton 5728 Aluminum Storm Windows 81 Doors Aluminum Awnings Venetian Blinds Jalousies Fencing FOODS AT WHOLESALE PRICES LOCKERS AND HOME FREEZERS AMANA FREEZER SALES and SERVICE -.-34. . Yoder Frozen Foods, Inc. 339-35th Street STEELE'S STUDIO 121W 30th Street Newport News, Vo. Phone 4-2402 HOPKINS OPTICAL CO. PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS B. R. HOPKINS -I: Telephone 4-5885 124 28th St. Newport News, Va Compliments Thomas I. Crandol "Insurance That Insures" Serving the Peninsula for 30 Years 2517 Washington Ave. Dial 6-1061 Compliments of Elmo Stephenson and Doug Addington State Farm Insurance Co's. AUTO - FIRE - LIFE 3802 Huntington Ave. Phone 2-7051 All Roads Lead to Our Door for DEPENDABLE SERVICE CUTCHINS BROS. . I' -1. is is A I . . Gas - Oil - Tires - Tubes Accessories Washing - Greasing and Repairs 25th St. and Poplar Ave., Newport News, Vo. Diol 2-2651 ond 2-0970 Compliments of A. 6. N. STORES 3000 Washington Ave. 3410 Washington Ave. North End Pharmacy, Inc Prescriptions Called for and Delivered In Newport News and Vicinity Huntington Avenue and 50th Street Congrotu lotions to the Class of 1957 Novelty Cigar Store 2505 Washington Avenue Phone 4-1291 Newport News, Va. Wee Wisdom Privofe School Mrs. R. F. Walker Kindergarten ond First Crode Congratulations and Best Wishes From GOLDSTEIN BROS. Furniture Stores Hampton and Newport News af tn 4, Compliments of GARLICK TILE CO. 1134 - 25th Street WYTH E MOTOR CO., Inc. '14 Vg., XF lb' DE SOTO 1 PLYMOUTH Smartest of the Smart Cars Telephone N,N. 4-1704 I900 Kecoughton Rd, Hampton, Vo. Q41 Compliments of Rainbow Soda Shop 5003 Huntington Ave. Newport News - -of-L WAIDE BUSINESS MACHINES YOUR EXCLUSIVE UNDERWOOD REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE PENINSULA Kecoughtan at Cherry N.N. 2-2187 AUTO FINANCING and REFINANCING TIDEWATER FINANCE CO. 220 34th Street Phone 5-1811 Compliments of WILSON AWN ING COMPANY Manufacturers of Awnings, Covers, Tarpaulins, Flags and Yacht Work OLDEST ON THE PENINSULA 2314 Washington Ave. T I ph 4 1312 EDWARDS CO., Inc. COAL - FUEL OIL o i s 1234 szaz-misi i N pin v N Compliments of a Friend Th THE B. F. GOODRICH COMPANY io-ol Tires, Batteries, 81 Accessor es 3712-14 Washington A lool i oia1329 NptN v ROUNTREE FURNITURE COMPANY Harnpton's Progressive Home Furnishers GENERAL Q ELECTRIC Major Appliances MON ROE RESTAURANT Steaks, Chops and Seafood Daily Served to Your Taste e Best Coffee in Town Served with a Smile Compliments of THE EIFFEL TOWER RESTAURANT On Porle Ie Francais 3610K Washington Ave. Dial 2-9785 E. SMOLA CO., Inc. Nautical Instruments Compass Adiusters Engineering 8- Electronic Equipment 134 25th Street Telephone 4-1001 Newport News, Vo. Compliments of A. B. SOUTHALI. PLUMBING .na HEATING l9...Q.... Appliances and Hardware 1635 W. Pembroke Ave. Phone 3-6551 Standing behind the counter, Priscilla Bolonis shows one of the outstanding sales of the Mor- itime Trader. MARITIME TRADER A. G. BALANIS, Prop. THE VARIETY STORE 2607 Washington Ave. Compliments of HARRY REYNER f + 1 ' it mrfff .. H1 1527 W. Pembroke Avenue Hampton, Virginia "Where You Dine Better for Less" Where Typhoons Meet ond Eat BANK OF WARWICK TOPS IN QCD FQ I QQfff- CM? 5 f, -' -- b. '- I ,X 55 1, Ay , 1... ' .MweP'.',:.: E ,Q Q I- .-"fWXf W 4 ' 1. -way-A ,4,g,..i... -' ,ut Aq fe, , .zu ,fa-1 I J" ui . , e ,I .- v.. I xg 'xqs5.1,s-L ' Q Q ' V ',,'- K F 4. wa :I-lk .i 4L'ML:49e , 1 wt N I V ,ow ,QV ,,. . 1 14, ,I X e S S W 526 1 H , Congratulates CLASS OF JUNE 1957 E JEL t.,.,,,,,.,N W VR ,bi ,wuvwmw C , . " 1 r tu,"-t ,M N 3. tt, '-5 -"W, XX X. it mr X" if,.32gm',,,EETJTIIJNJw'ff1-WH """' ,,,',N X ,.....,i-1.tytlgvgu-1:nw'1"Q,,,v I , h , K tu:i1...f1,q'.xV,IM,ff',2lSQmmmLYxxx, IU Manfqi Virginia Avenue at 44th Street fg' 1' lego' lf fme? ,-Q, fc Sport5man's Shop NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 4WSIIilIli M., 221' veg: 1 ' ? f xstg,'. -K J" "3" K. emwereemgiigy Dan -N I 0 A WN '55 lie WISH FISH? 0 Come to Central Restaurant For the Best in Seafood Right in the Center of the Seafood District of Virginia 'k CENTRAL RESTAURANT 'I5 East Queen Street HAMPTON, VIRGINIA IM Q31 'J , at Sleep in Security Insure Your Property With I. F. Tilghman, Inc. Nelson C. Overton REALTORS INSURANCE l22 26th Street G. W. Coleman, Mgr. PENINSULA SUPPLY COMPANY, inc. 'k LUMBER AND BUILDING URUCKER 81 FALK MATERIALS Real Estate and lk Participating Insurance 34th Street and Virginia Avenue 'Iv Phone 4-1496 l3l 26th Street DlAL 6-1687 NEWPORT NEWS' VA. Visit For Lower Cost Insurance on . AL'S NEW YORK Home - Auto - Business DELICATESSEN CALL MABE INSURANCE AGENCY -vo- Hlnsure with Mabe and Save" Hot Corned Beef and Pastrami THE FINEST IN KOSHER FOOD Dial 2-6028 133 25th Street lirzcofn - :Jlflezcuzy Sales . . . Service "Drive in Please - Drive out Pleased" P . hone 28564 SUPERIOR MOTORS, Inc. J. 0. Birdsong, Service Manager 138-27th Street Newport News, Va. 1615 Kecoughmn Rand 1897 1957 ff-an-xx Q-Sid Umm 075 Jmfzf Wcznfzn QJVQ '11 Ill IVRANIQIAIN IJIQINTING CQMIANY, INC Primm Bookbinders Rulerf Litbogralbherf 142-:O rlqwc-r1ty'1'I1.tl1 Street ljizul 4-11111 Newflvrmrt twcws. Xf 5 197 1. , Il' VIRGINIA ENGINEERING GUMPI-INY, Inc. General Contractors 80 - 29th STREET BUILDING G S PININEUIA SHIPGUIIUIIIS ISGUEIAIIUN 4201 Huntington Avenue Borgoining Agency for Employees f th N S Mr. 8. Mrs. James S. Bunn, Jr. Reese Oil Company Mr. 8. Mrs. H. B. Wynne Doris W. Leggett Mrs. James Dail Hazel Pegram Mr. 8. Mrs. Dan M. Phillips Lucille D. 8. 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Southworth Mrs. Esther Nicholson f Carolyn Smith Dr.8. Mrs. J. T. Jobe lll Jimmy Durdhm Mr. 8. Mrs. David Nachmon O H D John Gravott Mr. 8. Mrs. W. F. Cox, Jr. Mr. 8. Mrs. E. E. Wilson, Jr. Mr. "Tip" Shackleford Peggy Dail David Lundquist Helen Avant Helen Dawn Pegram Miss Carolyn Dail John Neal A. 8. Southall, Jr. Mr. 8. Mrs. N. G. Gay Hazel Joan Pegram Mr. 8. Mrs. Earl Heath Mr. 8. Mrs. Jack Granger Mrs. G. L. Granger Mrs. T. M. Martin Mrs. J. W. Shires Mr. J. W. Shires Mr. 8. Mrs. W. J. Johnson Johonne Coates Margaret Cowan Leonard Dunford Mrs. E. M. Sherman Mrs. G. N. Powell Mr. 8. Mrs. J. D. Jones Mrs. Lalie L. Webb Mr. 8. Mrs. Dale B. Lively Woody Hudson Mr. 8. Mrs. J. E. Lamberth Mr. 8. Mrs. P. C. Helmick Mr. 8. Mrs. A. I. Neihouse Nancy McCormick Mr. 8. Mrs. G. F. Helmer Mike and Joe McCormick Delores Monfalcone Bobbie and Bernie Helmer Mr. Mrs. D. M. Coffey ZZ!!! .FFFPF 9'9'f'9'P9'P -I rsrrr 1232151 a Z .,, I gza 3 -.Ei D Ojm J xg-' ga. fo Mr Mrs. Kitty Dichtel Lolly Wynne Miss Edie Raine Mr. 8. Mrs. P. W. A. Raine Mr. 8. Mrs. R. E. Norman Robert Holloway Kitty Norman Mr. 8. Mrs. Louis Pearl W. H. Hayes, Jr. Aativities .........,.. Advertisers ........... Ancuor Staff ...... Band, Junior ..... Band, Senior .... Baseball ........... 90-109 ..........142-200 . ................ 96 ..........137-199 Basketball ...... .......... 1 28-133 Beacon Staff ................................ ............., 1 06 Bible Club ....................................... .......... 1 05 Varsity ....... Cheerleaders, J ayvee, .,.....100 Chorus, Senior ................................... ....... 9 8 Classrooms ............ .l..... ....... 7 8 -89 Dedication .............. ....... 5 Dean of Girls .... .... 8 Dean of Boys .... .. ......... 8 D. E. Club ..,...... ..,,.,.......,....,,...,.......,.. ....... 1 0 3 D. 0. Club ................................ . ............. .... ....... 1 0 3 Ensemble .............................................. ............ ...... 9 8 Executive Board, Student Council ............ 93 .A- A. B. Southall ....,.............,,. A. and N. Stores ........... Ahbitt Realty Company .,......, Acme Oil Co. .. ,.... ....,..,......,.... . . Adams Shoe Store . .......l.,.,..,.,..... . Al's New York Delicatessen ..... Althaus Delicatessen .............. B and K Restaurant ..................... B and M Drive In ............. , .....,...... , Babcock Insurance Agency, Inc. ..... Bagley Stationery Co., Inc. .......... . Bank of Hampton Roads ,.... , ...,.,.. Bank of Warwick ..........,.. Barclay Bros. ...........,........ . Barr Brothers Jewelers ...,... Barclay and Sons ............. Beaconsdale Garage ...... ......, Beck's Bakery ..,...,..l..,l,..l................... Benson-Phillips Company, Inc. Bernard's ......................................... Beskin's Department Store ..,... Blechman's Youth Center ...... Bob Smith's Barber Shop ....., Boulevard Pharmacy ........... .... Bowditch Motors .................,.,. Bowen Company .......................... Boyd Bros. Barber Shop .,..... Bryant and Nelms .,..,,.......,...... Budlong and Campbell, Inc. Bunn's Texaco Service Station . .,.. . 194 191 166 184 146 196 166 189 185 168 181 159 195 174 166 154 189 150 163 145 166 145 173 168 179 165 176 177 173 146 -C- C snd C Appliances, Inc. ,... .. Y.Y.. 186 C. and P. Telephone Co. 162 Carol Book Store ........,,,,.. .,,.. 1 56 Cary McMurran .............. ..... 1 86 Center Ford .... . ........... ..... 1 82 Central Rutaurant ...... ..... 1 95 Chesapeake Cleaners .................... ..... 1 67 Caffee Funeral Home ..,..,...,....,........ ..... 1 45 Citizens Marine Jefferson Bank ..... . .... 150 City of Newport News ,.......,....... ..... ...., 1 4 9 Citizens' Rapid Transit Company .... ...,. 1 67 Cofer Motor Sales .,..................,,,....... ..... 1 72 Cole and Scott ..l..,.............................. ..... 1 72 College of Hampton Roads ...... ...,, 1 66 Colonial Store ...........,..........Y...... ..... 1 88 Colony Restaurant ............,.,.... .... 1 74 Crickets' Esso Service .,.. ..,... 1 74 Crown Savings Bank .,,... .,,.. 1 84 Crum's Bakery ................ ..... 1 84 Curtis Oil Company ......... .... ....... ..,.. 1 8 8 Cutchins Bros. ..,......... .....,.,,........................., 194 Daily Press and The Times-Herald .,...,.. 151 Daniel Cleaners ..........,,... Dawn ............,.,....,.,,.......,.,.............,,.............. 170-171 Douglas Pitt, Inc. ...... .......w.... 1 65 Drucker and Falk ...........,. . ....... 196 Dunton Esso Service ...... ...,... ..... 1 8 9 ..E.. Edwards Co., Inc. ...................,......,... ...,. 1 93 Epes Stationery Co. ...........,.........,,........... ...,, 1 81 Epstein's Venetian Blind Mfg. Co. .,,...,,.. 173 E. Smola Co., Inc. ...............,. .......,.....,.......... 1 94 Evans Studio of Dancing ........,........... . .... 180 Elite Cleaners .,............ iz ........,.........................,. 167 Federated Plans, Inc. .....,..................,.,......... 190 Fidelity Insurance 8: Real Estate Service .... 165 Florida Orange Store ,...,......,.. .,...,.......,.......... 1 85 Francis L. Jobe ..,.. ....................,..................... 1 79 Freeman Fur Shop ,,.. .......... ..... 1 78 Gammon's Antique Shop ...,... ..... 1 85 Garden Bake Shop ............. ..... 1 45 Garlick Tile Co. ,....,... ...,,. ..... 1 9 2 Gene Edmonds ...............,...,. ...- 152 General Auto Sales ......,.,....,..........,. ..... 1 31 Geo. L. Smith .....,..... ...,........................ ..,.. 1 8 5 George W. Phillips and Company ...... ..... 1 74 Goldstein Bros. Furniture Stores ..... Goodman Hardware Company ...,. ,.... Goodpar .....,,.,,,,,,.................,.,.......... .,... Gorsuch Drug Co. ............ . ......V Gounani's Museum Inn ....... ..... G. S. Barnes, Inc. H and B Grocery . .............. ..,. . Hanna's .,,......,........... . ..... . 192 183 145 176 172 146 184 177 EDITORIAL INDEX Faculty ..........................................,....................... 6-15 F. B. L. A. Club ...................... ........ 1 09 F. H. A. .........................,................... ........... 1 02 Flagtwirlers, J ayvee, Varsity .. ......... 96-97 Football ........................................... ........ 1 22-127 French Club .............................. ............ 1 04 F. N. A. ......................... . F.T.A nan of. , Honor Council .................... Fame Senior Introduction ....... ....... Juniors Key Club ....................................... ........102 ........102 19-24 93 1-5 71-77 ........107 King and Queen, Senior ....... ........ 1 9 Latin Club ............................... ........ 1 04 Library Assistants ............... ........ 1 04 National Honor Society ........... ........ 1 07 Officers, Student Council ....... ........ 9 9 Princivll .................... .......... 8 Quill and Scroll .... .,........... 1 07 School Board ...................... ................. 9 School Life .,.....................,..,.. ......... 1 08-119 Science Club ............................. ............. 1 05 Senior Class, Big Wheels ..... .......... 1 8 Senior Committees, Heads ..... .......... 5 1 Seniors ..................................... .......... 2 6-50 Senior Sponsors .............. .......... 2 5 Speech Arts Club .... Sports, Boys, Girls ,...,.. . ......... 122-141 Staff Heads, Drama ................... ............. 1 01 Student Council ...................... . ..... .. ............. 92 Student Council Committees . ..... .......... 9 4-95 Superintendent . ............................ .......... 9 P. T. A. President ............................................ 9 ADVERTISING INDEX Harwood and Garrett ....... . ..,............,..... ,...., 156 Hawkins and Knight ......,.,................,............ 188 H. C. Orebaugh Sheet Metal Works ...,...,.... 180 Helmer Feed Store ...................... .................. 1 80 Hlden Storage and Forwarding Co. ............ 178 H. M. McMillan ............,..............,........,.. ...... 1 74 Hobhyland ...............,.....,......................... .,.,.. 1 67 Hofheimer's .................... ...... 1 73 Hopkin's Optical Co. .....,...,.,.. ,,...,. ....., 1 9 0 Horne Brothers, Inc. .............,.,........,.....,,..,,,, 166 Hotel Warwick ................................................ 180 Huntington Ave. Amoco Service Station .... 189 I-lygeia Roller Rink ....................,............... 182 I. Greenspon ........................ ...... 1 88 I. Mirmelstein's J Jacobson Press ...................... , ...., 181 Jernigan Motor Company ......,...........,......... 188 J. F. Tilghman, Inc. .............................,...... 196 J. H. Schertle .....................,.....,.................... 165 Jones and Frank Oil Equipment Corp. .... 185 J. S. Arnold's Esso iervice ...........,.,.,....., 173 Keoughtan Laundry Cleaner ..,.,. ...,,, 1 77 Kecoughtan Pharmacy .........,...... ...... 1 56 Kenneth Arch, Inc. ................. .,.... 1 67 Knight Oil Co., Inc. ............. ...... 1 S9 Krisp Kreme Doughnut Co. ..... ...... 1 88 -L- LaVogue ................................... ...... 1 79 Lawrence B. Wood ................. ,...,. 1 86 Lawrence Insurance Agency ...... ,.... . 185 Lawson's Grocery ..,.................. ,..... 1 65 Lee White Hardware .................. ...,., 1 65 Leggett's Department Store ...,.,.. ..,,.. 1 53 Leon Wilks General Insurance ........ ..... 1 90 -M- Mahe Insurance Agency ..........,........... ...... Maritime Trader .........,.........................,............ Martin and Richardson. Seafood Co. ,.... . Mary Immaculate Hospital ....,.................,... Melvin and Jimmie's ........................,,... ...... Merrimac Motors .. ................,............ ..... , Millner's Warwick Farms, Inc. .,,.. ..... . Modern Cleaners and Dyers ,.............. .... Modern Monroe Monty's .................,.............................. ...... Sales and Supplies, Inc. Restaurant ...,............,.......... 196 194 186 184 169 167 186 179 174 193 195 176 176 166 148 146 Mosley Furniture Company .,.......,..... ....., Mr. B's Drive In ,.,..... ,.,.,.............................. . Murray and Padgett . ....,................,... ....... . Mutual Home dz Savings Association ...,.... Mutual Underwriters ........,,...,.,..,................... -N- Nachman's ............................ .,..,.....,.. 1 44 Nachman's Studio ........,. .,,.... 187-155 Nehi Bottling Company .................................. 157 Neighborhood Theatres ....................,...........,.., 177 Newport News Automobile Exchange .... 168 Newport Newport Newport Newport Newport N. N. S. A D. D. Co. ................,... ............... . Newsome Air Conditioning Company ....., Nick Allen Motors, Inc. ............................. . "Nick" Veneris ..,..............,.............,....,......... Nolde's ......,..,. ......,,......,.......,.,,.....,... ...... North End Pharmacy, Inc. .. .... .. Novelty Cigar Store ...........,..... ..... Nurney and Cox ......,............. N. W. Going ......,.,..... .,..... O. J. Brittingham Co. Old Dominion Crab Co. .... Oser Brothers ....,.......... ........ ..,.,. s in Paint Products .................... ...... Palace Restaurant .....,..... Palace Theatre ............. Paramount Theatre ....... Parisian Shop ..........,.....,,, Parker and Powell ..... . ....,. ..,., . Patrick and Silk, Inc. Pearl's .... . .... . ..,.......,...,......... ..... . Peltz Brothers, Inc. .,..,. . 200 News Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. News Bldg. 6 Loan Association.. News Furniture Co., Inc. ....... . News Nash Corporation ............ News Refrigeration Co., Inc. New Rendezvous ...................... ........ ,... , ........ 158 165 163 190 181 185 164 183 169 183 188 191 191 183 190 190 184 183 179 146 157 177 177 145 168 161 173 Table of Thespians Contents .... . ........... . Track ..... . .............. .. ..... Underclassmen ...... Peninsula Peninsula Peninsula Peninsula Peninsula 4 184-136 ....56-77 Co-Op ............. : ....................... ........ Florist Association ...,.....,......... Funeral Home . ..........,...,,.,,,...,... Shipbuilders' Association Supply Company, Inc. .....,......,., . Penn Luggage .............. .. ......................... ..,,., . . Percy Smith and Co. .......................,., Perry Electric Company, Inc. ..,................. Perry's Meat and Poultry Market . ........... Phillip Levy and Company .........,... , ...... . Pittman's Grocery ............................ ...,.... -R- Rainbow Soda Shop ....... ....,.. Randolph-Macon College .... ........ Red's Place .............,.... ....... . .... . . Reedy's Jewelry ........... .. .,... ,. Richardson's Cleaners ..... .,..... Rich's Super Markets .................................. Riverside Beauty Salon ................................ Riverside Hospital School of Nursing .... Rosenbaum Hardware Co.. Inc. . ............. .. Rountree Furniture Company ........... . ........ R. R. Jones Furniture ..........,... ....... .S- Sanford and Charles, Inc. ..,.......... ...... . Sanitary Engineering Co., Inc. ..... Sawyer 'Construction Company ...... ....... 186 176 179 198 196 175 177 178 166 147 172 192 163 156 146 185 159 189 180 173 193 179 188 178 160 Scott Distributing Co. .,,. ,,..,,..., ...,.,.. , ,.,,,,, 1 8 9 Shackelford Auto Company. Inc. ..... ..,,.,. 1 83 Sharpes Aquarium and Pet Shop ..... ..,.... 1 81 Shaw Jewelry Co. ...............,....,,..., .,.,... 1 57 Shoney's .....,,....,.................,,.,........... ....... 1 94 Silverman Furs ........... .......,........ , ...... 1 46 Spigel Bros. Furniture Co. ..... ..156 Spigel's College Shop .......,..,, .,..... 1 54 Sportsman's Shop ...,.........,.. ,,,,,.. 1 95 Stadium Drive-In .....,..,,.....,..., ,,,,,,. 1 84 State Farm Insurance Co.'s ..... ....... 1 91 Steele's Studio ,...... ................ . ....... 1 90 Stringfellow Electric Corp. ,.,.. .. 167 Suttle Motor Corporation ....... ......,. 1 82 Superior Motors, Inc. ............,.. ,.,.,.., 1 96 Swift's Ice Cream .....,.............,..,. ......,. 1 82 The The The The The The The The ...T... B. F. Goodrich Company ...... ........ Broadway ...................,...,.......,,,...,...,........ Earle Restaurant .......,.,.,,.,.....,,,. ..,,..., Eiffel Tower Restaurant ..................,... Emilie Bearden School of Ballet .....,.. First National Bank .......................,.... Flowers School Equipment Co., Inc... Franklin Printing Co.. Inc. ,...... ,... , 193 157 176 194 173 152 174 197 186 176 154 191 145 The Virginia Drive-In .................................. The Virginia Pilot Association ..... ........ The Young Men's Shop ......,....... ,. ....... , Thomas J.. Crandol ........,.,....,.... .,.,.,.. Thomas Piano .......,,........... Tidewater Finance Co. ..... . 192 Tidewater Hardware Co. .,......... ,, .... 152 Tidewater Motorcycle Corp. ............ ....... . Timberlake Manufacturing Co. ...,,.. .....,. . 'Timberlake's Self Service Market ............ Tip Forbes Auto Repair Service .,..... ........ 175 169 156 180 -U- Universal Auto Sales Corp. ,... . ,,,, .. 165 U. S. Tire Service, Inc. .,..... ....,.. 1 84 Victory Esso Servicenter .............. ....,.. Virginia Engineering Co., Inc. -W- 179 198 Waide Business Machines ......,,,......,. .... 192 Ward Pontiac Sales, Inc. ..........,................,,... 169 Warwick Bakery ,,........ . ..,........ ..,,.................. 1 45 Warwick Launderers-Dry Cleaners ...,.... 172 Waterfront Lumber Co. .......,.........,..,........... 148 W. B. Williams Furniture ..............,,. ,...... 1 54 Weaver Brothers .......................... ..,..,, 1 75 Wee Wisdom Kindergarten ,.......,..............,.. 191 Wilks Realty Co. . ........,....,.....,,.....,................ 167 Williams, Coile E Blanchard E Associates.. 156 Wilson Awning Company ......................,..... W. and S. Drive-In ..........,...........,.,.,.....,....... W. T. Chapin, Inc. .... ........ .,.,... . WVEC- Wythe TV ,...... .................... Esso Servicenter .... 193 156 183 161 181 192 172 Wythe Motor Co.. Inc. ........... ,..... . . Wythe Tire Co., dlnc. ,....... , ...... ....... . ll -Y- 11 Yoder Frozen Foods, Inc. ......... ........ 1 90 Young K. Gayle ............,,................... ........ 1 83 " f .1 . ' e ' 'Q 'W - r Y any my ef -A-F '..w- X.. K ,wwf kv1',fiFl::2 iii? E ng mg' rfvdg 45111 'M 'F' wink? 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