North River High School - Splash Yearbook (Mount Solon, VA)

 - Class of 1951

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-V 'IBB SPLASH Published by the Students of NORTH RIVER HIGH SCHOOL Mt. Solon, Virginia Page Page Page I 'age Page Page I 'ages Page Pages Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page I 'ages Page Pages Page Page Page Page Page I 'age I 'age Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Pages Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-8 9 10-13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23-24 25 Z6-27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44-56 60 Order of Arrangement Title page and picture of the school. Order of arrangement Dedication Staff of Tun SPLASH Title page - Administration and Instruction Superintendent of Augusta County Schoolsg struction Faculty School Secretariesg Practice Teachers Senior Class Senior Mirror Title page - Undergraduates junior Class - Mrs. Maxwell's Room junior Class - lVIr. Corder's Room Sophomore Class - Miss Scruggs's Room Sophomore Class - Mr. Simmons's Room Freshman Class - Mr. Kyger's Room Freshman Class - Mr. Wright's Room Snapshots - All Around School North River Feeder Schools Title page - Activities North River Headlines Student Cooperative Association The lnfnruzvr Staff Future Farmers of America Ifuture Ilomemakers of America junior Play Senior Play Girls' and Boys' 4-Il Clubs lland and Choral Class Lunch Room Personnel and Bus Drivers Title page - Athletics Iloys' Ilasketball Girls' Basketball Ilaseball Girls' Softball Squadg School Cheerleaders Boys' Softball Squadg Track Team Title page - Advertisements Advertisements Autographs 2 Director of In DEDICATION This, the fifth edition of '6The Splash" is sincerely dedicated to our principal, Mr. Andrew Brooks Booker, through whose in- struction, wholehearted interest, and wise counciling, we have become better citizens. 3 9 taff of wfhe Splash" ff' .N'1'ul1'r1: flizirlwtlc 11:111c1'111a11, A111121 Kiracufc, 110111110 Evers, 1:11101 XYicl1:1c1, Margie 151111105 Hairy -111 Nlnxwcll, Mary S11I111, 1711r1:111y VN'1'ig111, 1'11y11is 1.:11111cs, lloris yxllll fifilllll, 1111011 Slicffcr, 111211111 X1i11cr. .S'f11:1z1i11y: George 1'll1.1.Cll112ll'gCl', Clmrlcs f11l.I'1JCI', 1Joro111y Svwpc, lidclie K1u11cy111:1kc1', 11i11y 11111113 Virgil Rn-111, Ray Glick, 1:1110 Muycrs, Mz1ryS111il11, Roy lbcrruw, .-X. 13, lhmkciz THE STAFF Mary 5111111 ......... lfflifm'-111-C11inf lXl111Z1 1Q11'2iL'U1.L' Y . . . 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Cassell ILS., Mercer University M.A., Duke University Virginia Military Instituto University of Virginia Director of Instruction Mr. S. Gordon Stewart HS., Mount Union College M.A., University of Virginia Furman University 6 MI lllli. A. lllii DUNS IZOUKICIQ I'rim'ifuI IIS., Ilzlmpclen-Sydney College M.A., l'niversity of Xllfgllllll ll'urld lfvn51r11fvl1.x'.' Latin ll .-lu'7'i.mr for Tull: SI'l.ASll l .. -.,, Mlx. l,l'.l'. A. CL I I . lx.vi.vImlI l'r'im'1'fw1l ILA., llriclgewzlter College l'niversity of Vi1'g'i11i:1 Mzulisml College l,1IAl'.YIl'tIl lfdzrfallimz lNlIb5 l'.l.l.A IXI. lQl'.l'.X lah ILS., l.'nix'ersity of Virginia Mzxclisoll College l.iImlrian,' .-lrf: --lcf'Z'i.vm' for The lufurnnf MRS. OCTAVIA G. MAXNYICIJ, lNl:1clism1 College 'l"Vf'ing I, ll,' SIIOVIIIKIIIIII l,' .lel'1'i.mr fur The Informer Mu. M. lil.l.SXYOR'l'lI luxslfzle N ILA. .mil llh. Kl.l... llrimlgewzxtel' College 'Nl.A., l'nive1'sity of lXlzu'yl:m1l .S'f'mli.s'l1 I, ll,' IZIIIUIINII l, ll A.ll., Puliticzll Science lrillflllhlll State College Ifngflixh Ill, ll',' Ci1'iv.v I,- .-ld-z'i,wr for 'flu' Informer Q. IIOVVAIQID li. NVRliSI l'l Faculty 7 fx Faculty 8 MR. ICRNICST II. CIQAUN Ilrimlgcwzltcr COIIl'Q.ft'Q X".I',I.: C'm'm-II L'nix'e1'si1y plyrirzrltzm' M R. NVII.I.IAM I., SIM MUNS Ilriclgcwutel' folk-gc V. I'. I. Slmp ll, lll, II' MISS RUTII TIIOMPSON IIS., Mzulison College Cifvifs I, lI",' 1-Inzvrican llistnr.v,' Ilirvrfor of Svnior Play MISS ANNA I'AUI.INIi IJUTTON HS. Rzulforcl folk-gc Grzuluzxtv XVork Y. I'. I. llmm' Iit'HllHHII4'.I' MR. IVIUIQIQAY CCIIQIJICIQ L'nivcrsity of Yirginizx IVIIICIISIJII Collegc lirlrrrul .llatlzvuzafifx lf00lI'L'm'1'f'fllgj fI1jlt'I77'tI- I, ll lfvmllvfry MISS CIRACIC Ii. SCIQLXZGS ILA., I.ynchburg Colh-gc Biology' Cl1l'I1Ii.fff-Vf I7irvvfnr of Junior Play Uffice Secretaries Mrs. Merle TZlliZl1AL'1'I'fl Nrs.Jv:u1 Michzu-I lfzrxf Svllzvxim' .Si4'L'UlIlf .S'm11v.vh'1' Practice Teachers irxf RMU: Vaulim- Km-ppcr, livelyn NVc-Ish, Katherine Coffnum .Slwulrf lx'n'ru: Richzlrcl Rhea. XYilli:m1 johnscm, Nessie- Cmnlcr. 9 enior Class ICY ATWELL CHARLES BLAIR WALTER COBB DORIS CRAUN UL.l'l1ll'llj' is ll virluc ul "An uuncc ul' cuurlusy "l7ou'l lrcliltlc llmsc :ll "Yours is thc Cllllflll ul lllc hczlrl, :mel nut of llli' is wurlll ax pmnul nl apwl- the top. Strive cvalsclcss- qmmcl sense." lmzuulsf' ogy." ly to got thcrcf' ROY DERROW BONNIE EVERS CHARLES GARBER "ln the lll17lllll1ll.IlS Qi' f'Hc:1r no ill of Il "There is no right wax' truth, you mwcx' Clllllll m frlcncl, nor speak :my nl of doing VVl'llllg.H vain." an enemy." Ill enior Class fi My .MW RAY GLICK CHARLOTTE ANITA KIRACOFE MARGIE LANDES HALTERMAN "lt is hctlci' to losc lhank youg is a lit- ".-X laugh will always with a conscience clvar, ullcccls arc hcttvr tlc thing, hut it nays hig win, it' you can't laugh, than win hy an unfair things than worcls arc, cliviclcntlsf' just grin." trick," Actions mightit-r than hoastingsf' PHYLLIS LANDES EDDIE JANE MOYERS MONEYMAKER "Smile antl thc worltl "Une casy way to lose sniilcs with you. "Never stand hcgging out is to lose your tcm- Mlfrown anrl you frown for that which you hart' per vastly. alone." thc power lo warn." ll enior Class I 2 li GEORGE ANITA VIRGIL REID HELEN SHEFFER PUFFENBARGER PUFFENBERGER "A liar is not ltclicu-fl "Look for the good in "'l'lic fire you kindlc "Rule yourself lmy tht' cron when lu- spcaks tlic pcoplv, tlicn you shall for your cnc-my often iloldcn Rule :ind nothing truth." grow lmcttcr yourself." lrurns yourself mort- than can lick you." tint." MARY SHULL DORIS SMILEY MARY SMITH "Rc-spcct for ztutlior- "Kind worcls, like fu- "There is nothing so ity is the foundation of x-oritc flowers, :irc ad- powerful :ts trutli, and good citizci1shi1u." mired lmy all." often n o t li i n g so strange." lZ enior Class 'Q' I L, 1 ANNE STAUBUS DOROTHY SWOPE RUBY TERRY DONNIE WHEELER "l'crsm1:1li1y is in :1 "XXlisl1 nut so-m11cl1 lu "'l'lu-rc is mltlxing fu "X man may fail, lull lvvrsml what pcrfumc is lin' lung as lu llvc well." strung mul sale in :my llc is nut ll lzmilurc unlxl In :L I'luw'cr. k41llllYZllC ClllL'l'lI0llL'j' ul' llfc :ls llw hc lxlauncw smucmw clsc .- JANET WICHAEL "Smilv, llc CllCCl'l-lll, :md work mum ilu- lvzasis tlml ilu- funclamcnlnl pur- pose of lmsincss is to prmnotc the lmppixlvss of lmmaul beings." simple ll'llll1.U DOROTHY AUBREY WRIGHT SIMMONS "Act torlzly that ilu' tw- fl'ust Gfllilllll morrow will he lwllcrf' 13 ICD MOST ATTRACTIVE GIRL Doris Smiley MOST HANDSOME BOY Donie Wheeler FRIENDLIEST Bonnie Evers Ray Click MOST POPULAR Anita Puffenberger Donnie Wheeler MOST ATHLETIC Doris Ann Craun Donnie Wheeler WITTIEST Mary Shull Virgil Reid MOST STUDIOUS Janet Wichael 7 George l uffenbarger NEATEST Helen Sheffer Roy Derrow BEST ALL AROUND Doris Ann Craun Charles Garber MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dorothy Swope George Puffenbarger U N D E , JUNIOR CLASS fblponsorsl Mr. Murray Corllcr Mrs. ,lolm Maxwell Miss Pauline R Dutton C R ..- A w U Sl llilillilglglglll IC A qs, ,4,.1 wisp T Mr. William E Si riii nous Miss Grawv Scruggs ,, l S IVRICSIIMAN CLASS 1Sponsorsl Mr. Howard Wriglll Mr. Ellswortll Kyger -L if Junior Class MRS. MAXWELL'S HOME ROOM 'X l'rr.fl lx'1m'1 lim-tty l1:xylu1'. Mzxrin- Vulmlw, Iflizzxlwclh Huggy, Vlulmnnic limmcil, lhmnlrl Ifulslcr. Nhfftlllfl lfuzwj liolflsy Hmul, lfrlrly ll11fz1I'luuk, If:11'I lll1!'I'c1', l'zl11l 'Ill'-lblilllll, Nnllzlml Il1111Iv1'. 'l'llI1'cllx'u:v: IIYINXHTLI l.in'klilc1', llululvy Hiller, Ihlllllil' Nlilslvzul, Iklllllii' I,I'llllNl, K zlrlylr Rl'IliI,L'1'. . , . . . . l'u11r'll1 fum! Plus:-lv NIIIHHHIIS, IlL'l'lvL'I'l Sill1l1lIYIlS, 'l'm111115' Sllymfcr, l'll:1l'lwllv Um-lxly liugiunlcl Yzllcs. Um junior MR. CORDER'S 'Lv 'I Class HOME ROOM Y 'S' Sr ' 'Lf is 3 1 96 -R v m, lxulwut lllllll, l':lul llu-l1l. Ihlmm' l',X4'I'4, llcmtlmx llltl lzrvl lx'n:.': lflimlwtlm .Xrnmslnl 3. ' -' "4 ll:u'lm1':a f.lm'n-1' NATHIIII lx'u:v: llwrullmx llzmkinx, XX'illis IIN-, Nlzmil- Klan' llf-Nzxlxlmwlx, llu' llmulx lull livlly llullm-V, Mm' Ilulln-11 Ml lfwzvz lrxxlx llullvr, Xlzulgc llullvr, llcggy lllllllllilll, I'l1yll1N l.2lllllK'l'l, Snrnlm l,.m1 Nlzxry -lm Nlzaxxwllu. P I I vnrlll lx'n:v: Huy Nliclmvl, 'l'w11111y Xlirlmvl, llllIl4lj' xllllbf, Klang lQ1'1lIll'l', Nwllqxrwl lim-xl llullx' Sllcvls. lzflfz lfuzvi Kiln Sllk'l4l-l'l', llululm' Slmll, ilxmws xx-lCl1llL'l, lk-1'11in'u Will. ,Xlxinfiv Hixmx l1'xi11 Zlllllllllllllllll, ,Xlfu--l linin-ly. ,a 17' opllomore Class MISS SCRUGGS'S HOME ROOM Ifirxf Rim' lliizgus :Kiwi-ll, Naomi Crunk, Ilcliuy l'l2lYCl'S, -lllilllllil livcrs, l'l1ll'l'y Ifzullc-y wmzd Rn-rv: Shirley ll2lllCl'Ill2lll, llorolliy Hom, l3c1111ic Huwclyslicll, l':1tsy Kz11'ic11tL Nellie Kiscr. Tllirrl Rfrzuz Naiiry l.:111clis, Peggy Xliclmcl, L':11'l R1-x1'mlc, yxllllil Sliarlv, .lay Sllllll. lfoizrllz 161111111 1.1-11 Sllllll, llclfircs Si111111u11s, S. l.. Si111111u11s, llfllllllt' Sirk, liarl Staulnis lfiftll RUN: liluisc NX'hit111c1', Paul NYicl1acl, Shirley Zi111111cr111a11. 18 111 ophomore Class MR. SIMMONS'S HOME ROOM lfirxf Ru-av: lkulnlny lluylur, Ira-no llrmlks, Ikkggy C'r:m1cr, I':lljICIIl' llupp, Ruth lhicvlmll, quzcl Rozy: Nlurzxlcc limvd, Owcu Grimm, llillic lImx'rlysl1cll, .Indy Hllfl.k'l', l.c1'm' lxnxccly 1"o1n'll1 Row: Jlillllll Klillur, I-urllm Klmmcynmkur, Iiwrcwlc Rvid, I.:u-y Ixiclmzmlsfm, llarlin Scngcr. lfifilz Row: Ifthcl Sha-cts, lmyd Slluffcr, Hulwrl Sinlmmms, 'llwlelv Smilvv, Iimumic Smith. .S'i.z'1l1 lfmv: Ilnllns Yan Lear, ilcorgc XYZITQ, Mufgic Ylll-lllg. 19 :rd lx"1m': Leslie Lzuulcs. ,lmacplminc x1CL1l'1ly, llnmiu Kliclmcl, lf. I.. Xlifglmcl, Hurlninc Miller ! l Freshman Class MR. KYGER'S HOME ROOM 61 wks l'11'.vf Rory: Rlllll IlL'lL'l1 .X1'111sI1'1111g, Vvillrtfl Blair, Slliflkj' lluI11'11I'icl1l, 171110 liyc1'Iy, SIlil'll'j' cilllili, hlzmculw L4r11111. 111111 lx'1m': Xyhlif-l'L'll QQIHJID, llzmicl l'2ZlX'l'l'S, Iflhcl l':2lXL'l'S, xlillil Ifmmluy, .lIll1il'0f1lik'k Norm. H111-fC1', l'l1ir1l lfurv: Iluy lii1':1c11f1-, XX'z1y11c I.:1111Iw1'l, NII1I'gIlI'l'l l,ickl11cr, K:11l1lcr11 I.:111rl1-Q, Nlzlrilcv I.z1111lcs, lmuis XICQ-I'1lj'. f'4lIlI'fll lfmug lylillllltl Miclmul, M:11'tl1z1 Millcr, Mary lf. Xlycrs, L'l1z11'l1-Q l'l111m-1', .Xrlilc l'11fff'11I1111'g1-1', liar! Alia-U11-s. H 1 A M llffll lm-rv: l.c11e111z1 lwss, Ilzlvlfl 5llL'ffCl', l,c1111z11'1l Shull, -lzmc 5111111111115 5l111'l1-5' 51111-fx I "1':111k1L' 'l'1111101'. 20 va! ...af Freshman Class MR. WRIGHT'S HOME ROOM if "": 6' 0 X.. .,,5' Qi ii V SE i affix. X- i ,Q 4 nr as liirx! Rnfv: ,lvzm .3Ul2lll1S, llruwnic .Xlcxamlciy Nlllflllii llycrly, llilly funk, lf. ll. lil'Il1lll,'ll' lilly l'l'1lI11. .S'mw:r1' Row: Shirley Ilzlvis, Curl lfifcig Glcinm Glick, llully ,luan lluezlflnuk, XX'iilt'i'c-il ,l zlckscm, lhmnic Knoll. Tlliru' Row: Willis Knott. Sllfllll l.ZllHlC5, lictlx' Nlillcr. Kzillilc-vu Nlilstvzlrl, l.c-fm Kluzils, Frccla l'11lTcrilm:11'gcr. l'1tlll!'lll Row: ll:uist'm'cl Rulsleni, l3++hhySl1ccls, l7ui1liicSl1CL'lS, .loam Slu-cts, Hugh Shu llnlcn Simmons. iflll lx'n:i': Xlllfllll Simnimis, Xxilllllll Sinumms, Xlusmi XX':u'c, Mnlwl XX'cckl5', Ninn Xllillh Sllfllll Kumi. 21 All Around cllool ,iff l. -lzmv 2. .Xrlilzl li. 3. Al2ll'glL' 4. ul-2ilK'llu 5. l'l1yllis U. Rlccllzmics 7. Slmcking flllfll I- 'I1ucl4" 9. Xviwlllllg rlislws Ill, XX'inlor llny ll, X1-xx' QllYllSll'llCll4Jll ll, jolly .luniurs ll 'l'l1nlug1':1plwl"' l4. lllzmllcc lS,"Ci:mll-x1izl" V--lmu111's pct lfm. "IPig11ificrl Sk'lllUl'Sv' l7. lin 'lacing slmrulwlu-ry IH. HXx'Ul'lilllQ l1:ml" 19. Kill 'lillk' LllllIlll'k'l Zll. Xliss lfllllllll 21. Nl: ilu-11 :xml Klr. ,lulmsun ZZ. "Nlmlcls" 2.5. Xliss 'l'l1umpsm1 24, llsnm' lzcumgmlcs lllSll'lll'l1lI ' 'A 7 "l' lx" PX 9 ' Z0 'lllx ull m ll xml 311111-l'x'iso1's ZS. Nlr, lmukn-1' 20. Nlr. XX Ylglll ZX. Il I - . , vu, . S' Q S415 rv U' lil. All'llCCl'lC1lllL'l'S,U JI. llzlrlwcr fl11I'IlCl'. 32. ulllllllllfflflu, 33. l'll'C'4l'llllCll. 34. XYI15' ls llc l.:1lo9 T ln. Lullllllllu. 50. Nlalltic Maw :xml Ivy. 37. l7m'ull1y XY. 38. liml of il lcrlcct llzly. 39. "Hui lk'l'lK'Illl.H 4ll, l.:11'1'y Qlupp. 41, lfllll' Daly. 42, Mr. Llmlcr. 43. .luclging L-llllll'. 44, Hlfck .X Nnamkvl 45. XxVlI1lll'l'. 441. llzllmlling. 47. Tho 'lll1lllkl'l'S. 22 ORTH Rl ER FEEDER CHQOL - , 4 , ,. .- CENTERVILLE PARNASSUS TOWERS Centerville th Grade irxi Ruzv: Gladys Umluh, Arvclin Slu-cts, Shelby lluffmzm, Anne Snyder, Mary If. Snycle Nancy Lee Sha-cts, Gail fifllllll, Vera Fries. .Yrrmzfl lxiuwi Nancy Louise Sheds, Furl Sheets, .Izunes Lzmclcs, john Paul Miller, Nnllzm Ilia-lll, I. bl. .'XI'l1'lSll'OllQ, llcmalrl Rcrlmw, 23 Towers 7th Grade 1:1-I'.Yl Ruici 1.11w011 X11c111101, 1111111 XA,1C1l1lL'1, 1'11y11is 1':YCl'S, x12lI'j' ,111 S11L't'1S, .Y1'1'1u1d l1'1r:1': R. C. Keys, 1'r1111'1'f1111, 1Q1C1l1ll'f1 Smith, 1':llgCllL' S1lC1.1l'I', 11111111110 11111x11-1 ,, , . . . . . . .. 111l1y 1.1111g11, 110111110 1.1111g11, 1111511 1x11111t, .'X11ll'l'l 51l2lll1i, N1ZlI'l1j'll 5211111051 Peggy 1111111 l.111s 51lll11l'j', x12l1'j' XX 00k1y, N111 11j'l'0ll M111'1'1s, l1'111'l11'I'. Parnassus 7th Grade irxl R11'z1': 1.1111is0 111111ki11, 111151111111 '1'1111101', 1:l'1llICL'S K11i1'01v, 1111111111 x'111C'!4, 101111 11ri1l1 ,101'1i110 11111'101111111'g01', Mr. 1:I'Illl1i S. 11111'1'is1111, l'r1'u1'1'f111l, D 1'1'11n11 R11-rv: c4K7l1l11L' H111-1.Cl', 1:111SS1L' M1C1l2lt'1, 14111111541-111' 1Q011i101', -101111 11ll11i1l1, 1i111111 XW11111110 1111111121 11111i11g0r. Illini l1'1r'z1': 11111121111 Wi1ki11s, 1:1'H.1l1i N1111c111111, 1111111 X'i111-s, 11111'11I11 '1'1'I'1'Y .'XI'11I1ll' N1il0111l1 1114.111 Rli1Qt1-1111. ' 2-1 Rj'12illi1 111111'11ys11011, Nllllfj' XYic111101, 11lll'U11lj' K1i0111101, x1IlI'j' Sirk, 1.11121 x1IlL' N1i011111-1 1411r111 Si1111111'1's, 1'11t110ri110 1,l'lYl1f-11, -1111121110110 111111'11yS11011, 110lly 1f111'0rs, 1':11lIUl'1l SC11gl1 41' -R if Z A S. C. N. Colrmtll. 5'l'Al"l" or "'lNF0RNIlCRH C I". H. A. T BAND Cnomu, Cmss Guns' '11-H CLUB Boys' A11-l I Cum . . P. In N. ,luwmn PLM' CAST SEN mn PLM' CAs'r 7 E S t it t RI ER Team Ready For Tournament District N Play Opens Thursday Pairings for the District N Mugusta and Highland countlesl high school boys and girls bag. ketball toumament at lee High School. Staunton Thursday and Friday. Only four girls and four boys were selected for the play. There will be two undefeated outfits in the toumey. the Wey- rs Cave High boys and the Mt. Sidney High girls, each went through the seuon'e schedule with tan victories. Here ts the toumament sche- dule: Thursday. Feb. Z! 3:45-lpottswood glrls vs Mon- terey. 5:00-Mt. Sidney boys vs. lwttswood. ' 7:30-Mt.. Sidney girls vs North River. 8:45-Weyers Cave boys vs Churchvllle. Friday. Feb. I8 7:30-Olrle' final. I:45-Boys' final. Here are the way the umm.- ment teams laced during the sea- son: ,BWI-wil!!! Cave. Io wins and no losses: Mt. Sidney. eight wins and two losses: Churchvllle, seven wins and five losses: Spotte- wood. slx wins and alx losses. Girls-Mt. Sidney. 10 wins and no losses: Bpottswood. seven wins and five losses: North River. five wins and five losses: Monterey :ro wins and three losses lone e . North River Tilt Sautley, for Weyers' Cave, and Diehl, for North River, shared high score honors in the contest, each with 21 points. Knicely. for Weyers glgve was second higlr' with The divers led all the way in the game. but never by a margin that would give them walkaway assur- ance. The North River Ma lust the game at thelfoul llne. Both teams registered the same numbsr of fleld goals. 23. b' - when lt camo to pitch- ing ln free throws Weyers Cave came away with ten points to North R.lver'a two. In me girls contest. the- North River sextet edged their opponents 27-Z4 ss Dorla Ann Craun shone for the winners Smiley topped the individual scorers with twelve mar- kers and Doris Ann and Argabrlght for Weyers Cave shared runnerup laurel! with eleven each. North River Breaks Even led by a sharp-shooting forward, Hepner, the girls of Ltnvllle-Edom defeated North River High School 41-30 'I'uesday nlght at the losers' court. Moneymaker, forward for North Rlver, led her team ln scor- ing with twelve points in the fast- movlng basketball game. The boys reversed the procedure ln the second game of the evening as North River whipped Linville- Edom 38-30. Hunter, guard for the victors scored 18 points for high score ln the nlghtcap. Glrll North ltlver 1303 G. F. 'l'. Simmons, I ..... ...... 1 0 2 Smiley. f .......... .-- 2 4 I Moneymaker. 1 ....... 5 2 ll Wright, g ...,..,..... 0 0 D Weekley, g ..... ..... 0 0 0 Staubus. g ............ 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Halterman. I ------ .-- 0 Craun. f ....... --.-. 8 Will, f ......... ..... 0 Maxwell, f .... ..... 0 Totals z .......... --l2 6 30 'Boys North liver 1381 G. F. 'l'. Diehl, 1 ........ ..... . 4 2 10 Ware, I ........... -.- 1 0 2 Shull, g --- ...... - 1 0 2 Hunter. I --- -..-- 5 I 18 RQGVCI. 1 .... ..... 3 0 6 Totals ............. 14 10 5 Churclivllle and North River broke even in a District doubleheadq- on the former's court Prlday nlght the Churohvllle boys tumlng ln a 42-39 victory while the River girls trium- phed, 37-30. 'ln both contests Churchvllle broke out front at the opening gun, but the girls were forced to give ground and by halftime North River had moved ahead. Churchville'e sextet maintained a 10-B lead at the end of the flrst. quarter, but the River- ites grabbed the advanme in the second canto and wzs ahead at in- termission, 18-16. The North River girls stayed on top the rest of the way, increasing their victory margin in the final chapter. Huffer of the losers grabbed ot! individual scoring honors, hitting the nets for 23 points. Smiley of North River was only four points od that pace. registering 19. The Churchvllle boys were able to hold onto their lead all the way. They were ahead at the end of the tlrst canto, 12-9. and maintained this same.pace to claim a 25-22 halftime margin. Again lt was a member oi the losing team that took the scoring laurels as Diehl of N gth River cracked the Churchvlllsydetenses for 19 points. Collins and Money- msker of Churchvllle bucheted a. dozen each. Llneups: BG!! x r North River U93 G. I' !'. Diehl, f ............. . 9 1 19 Wlchael. f ..... .... . 0 0 Q Ware, c ..... ..... 1 0 2 Hunter, g ..... 6 3 l5 Shull. g .... . 0 0 0 Reeves .... . .... 0 0 0 Wheeler .... 0 1 1 Hoffman ........ . 1 0 2 Totals .............. 17 5 39 Girls North River t37l G. F. T. Craun, f ...... . ....... 1 0 2 Moneymaker, I . ....... 7 2 16 smuey. 1 ........ 9 1 19 .Wrlght, g ..... . 0 0 0 Weakley. 8 .. ..... 0 0 0 li-lalterrnan, g ...... o o rg Totals ... ........... 11 3 I7 North River Opponents One of V1rgln1s's largest and most modern high school gymnaslums. will have its iw- mal ollenlng tomorrow nlght at 7:30 when,Montevldeo High Bchool plays host to North River Hlgh in s twin blll. A capacity crowd of 150 fans ls expected to vlew the opener for all four teams with the girls clash slated to open the twin blll. The new gymnasium which will offer greater seating capacity to more fans than ang hkh school gym ln the Shenandoah Valley area ls ,the last word in athletic plant construction. The 951:75 foot floor is lined on both sldes by six tiered bleachers seating 750 fans with both ends of the playing floor open. Lighted by ld big 500 watts blubs and heated automatically, the new plant will be the home of the Dis- trlct's youngest teams with both boys and girls teams' expected to bear watching-in the District M race which opens a week from tn- morrow nlght. North llvsr ltrong Aside from the attraction of watching tomorrow ntght'i tilts ln. the modem plant, the invaders lrom North River will brlnglto Montevideo one of their strongest boys teams in many seasons. In the host teams, both the boys and girls will be meeting teams that have had only two workouts on their home courts. Both teams have been forced to hold workouta at Keealetown and ldeGahaylvllla due to last minute eenstruotlon work on the courts. This should prove an advantage to Coach Lee Cupp's North River team and a couple of thrilling 09211011 are on tan at Montevideo tomorma night. With the boys winning 61 he 23 and the girls downing their opponents 41 to 21. Montevideo High School last nlght took m twin bill from North River High on"the letters home court. In,the- boys' game. if Wie Montevideo all of the way. Chi R.:-.cklngham five leading by- I score of 31 to 13 at the halfway mark. Life. forward. with 16 POUNS' and Jarrells. center.-with 14 points. led the scoring for the Montevideo boyi- P 9 B 0 9 accounted for eight points and Rossen for slx for the winners Diehl. forward. with SIX field goals and three foul shots. scor- ed ld points to lead the attack for the Augusta County boys. The girls' game was fought on fairly even terms during V-he early part 4 the game. Montev- ideo lending 15 fp 10 It th! hllf. E. Horner. with 16. Ind Jar- yell, with 15, were the scoring malnstays for the winners ln the girls' game, while Money' maker accounted for 18 of the losing team's volnts. North River Seniors Will Give Play lNorth River School News! The Senior Class of North Riv- er High School will present "Miss Ginger". s S act farce-comedy. on Thursday and Friday nights! Nov. ld and l'l, at 8700 D. m All will want to meet the many gay. slightly delirious, breely char- acters who inhabit the Honey- moon Trall Inn. You will want to witness these ,people and fol- low them through s complication of situations that will have yOu literally falling out of your seat ith laughter. 'Hao following students are ln he cast: Anita Putfenberger. Janet Wi- ehael. George Puffenberger. Do- ris Smiley. Charles Garber. Phyl- lis Landes, Charlotte Halterman. Anltl Klraoofe. Vlrgll R-old, R-ly Glick, Donald Wheeler, Dorothy Wright. The Committees that have been working to produce the play are: Program and Tickets: Jane Moyers. Doris Ann Craun, Eddie Moneymaker. Mary Shull: Prop ertles: Dorothy Swolw. Bonnie Evers Mary Smith. Anne Stau- busg Stage: Bay Glick, Aubrey Simmons, Carey Corder. Walter Cobb, Roy Devrow, George Pu!- fenberser. ,Virgil Reid. Helen Shaffer. Margie Landis. Publicity-Doris Ann Craun. Mary Shull: Make-up-Helen Bheffer. Eddie Moneymaker: Ush- ers-Bllly Blair. Carey Corder, Dorothy Bwope. Bonnie lvers, Maria. Landis. Jane Moyers: Llgh and Sound Effects-Billy Blair: Prompter-Ruby Terry, Icy Atwell: Announcer-Roy Der- row. Iltjss Ruth frholwsen. senior qs!! bonsor. is directing the p . HEADLI orth River Fufure Farmers See Centers I n Action The North River Chapter observed FFA week by making a project tour of the boys' home prolects. In the tour the tlrst stop was at the home of James and Paul Wichael. Here they observed a home farm shop belng completed. It was a concrete bulldlng equipped wlthalorge, arc welder, portable cut-off. saw, jolnter, grinder, and power drill, and the necessary tools to do most farm re- palr jobs. They plan to add tractor mainte- nance eoulpment for two tractors were being repaired at the tlme of the vlslt. The father sald the boys were leamlng the skills they wlll need ln the home shop at the school shop, They are able to do jobs rang- lng from simple construction to that of bulldlng farm traller wagons. The next stop was at the home of S. L. Simmons. Here was found a typlcal farm wood lot enterprlse of seventy-nve acres. "S. L." is learning how to tnventory and evaluate the growing crop of tlm- ber. He decides what trees to cut as weed trees and which o! the maturz and declining trees to harvest to farm use and market. I-le also ls plantlng and encouraging the re- seedlng of more deslrable sllecles. , The chapter herd bull that plant! with the chapter on merlt of the interest in better type ot llvestock ln the community, by the Natlonal FFA Foundation was seen. "S. L." owns a purebred helfer, and on the farm ls a good cow herd of pure- bred Herefords. The future hope ls to improve and expand the beef enterprise on the farm. "S. L." has a reglstered Hampshire sow, flve hundred brollers, 20 acres ot bar- ley, li acre of potatoes, and one baby beef, to complete hls llst of home project enterprises. They saw one of the best farm shops to be found anywhere. This has been built and improved largely through the etlort of an older brother, Wllllam Simmons, who ls now shop instructor at North River. They have made more than 20 traller wagons during past year. One masterpiece of construction was a grain and hay elevator that would not be exchanged for some of the ,best that can be bought. The next stop was at the home of Harry Fadley. They vlslted hls baby feel' which consisted of a calf won n a state-wide judglng contest on the H. B. Tompson larm near Lynchburg last Iall. The calf is a beautltul animal and we belleve ll FFA 'A' Team Wins Cup In Poultry Contest For excelllng ln poultry judging. the "A" team of North Rlver's FFA chapter was awarded a cup by W. M. Payne. vlce president of the Augusta Coop Farm Bureau yester- day at Mt. Solon. Mr. Payne also presented prizes to winners of the coop quiz contest held several months ago, Members and students of farm clubs and agricultural schools par- txclpated ln the contest whtch ln- cluded judging tests of laylng and breeding hens and candllng of eggs. North Rlver's "A" team won ln a fleld ol ten entries, the next four Hereford Bull t 1 flnishing m the followlng order: North River "B", Wllaon Memorial "A", Churchvllle. and Bpottswood. I-llgh scoring boys in the order o1'polrxts were Rlchard Reeves, North.R.lver "A": Donnie Shull. North Rlver "A": J. C. Bodkln, North Rlver "B": Hunter Mabry. Wilson Memorial "A": Lyle Shaver, Wilson Memorlal "B": Ray Mlchael. North River "A": Richard Colllns, Churchvlllep Paul Dlehl, North Riv- er "A"g William Leach. Wllson Memorial "A": S. AA. Lockrldge, Churchvllle. s Assigned To North River FF Unit One ol 50 registered Hereford bull calves recently donated to the Vir- ginia Assocxatnon of Future Farmers of America by Sears Roebuck Foun- dation, Inc,. has been assigned to the North River Hlgh School chap- ter. Mf. SoIon's Semesf wr. sown. ns. ms.-Honor ron students at North Rlver H1811 School for the mst semester are as 101- lows: Senlors Dorls Ann Craun. Char- lotte Halterman. Anita Klracofe, Margie Landes, Eddie Moneymaker, Jane Mayen, Anita Putlenbtrlef. M.,-y shun, nom smiley. Dorothy Bwope, Janet Wlchael. Dorothy wrum, george Puflenblfllif. MW' rey Blmmons fpoat graduate! The chapter nas assigned the bull to S. L. Sxmmons, sophomore voca- tional agriculture student at the school and chapter member. er Honor Roll Juniors: Betty BBYIOY. Elisabeth Daggy, Peggy Hulman, Mary Jo Maxwell, Bonnie Propet, -Flogsle glmmons. Bernie' Wm' Mned Knleely, Rlehard Reeves. J Sophomores: PeK8Y Cflmef- ua' alta Evers. Maralee Good, Shlrley Halterman, Patsy Karlcole. Nancy 'Landls. Bertha Moneymlkef- -705011 Miller. Anna Sh!-YP. Bonnie Suk' mome wmgmeg-,' Margle Young. 27 will make a good showlng in the sprlng fat call and livestock show to be held ln Staunton in April. :Harry's other projects consist of a .Registered Hampshire brood sow. 'elght acres of wheat, and eight acres of barley. The North River Ohapter has an enrollment of 90 boys which ls the second largest ln the county and eighth largest ln the state. The chapter has planned more than 50 worthy objectives in its program of work which correlates wlth the ob- jectives of the National organiza- tion. The chapter has endeavored to emphasize forestry and good pas- ture management among their corp enterprises. About one half of the land on the home farms is ln pas- ture and BDOUC one fourth ls in farm woods. The big project for this year at North River ls the improvements being made ln the shop and depart- ment. The shop at North River has the usual equipment found ln an agricultural shop with a unit added for tractor maintenance con- sisting of all the tools and equip- ment recommended for such a unit of shun lnstrucmn. Boys are taught elementary telec- Bobby Baylor, Leroy Knlcely, Lacy Richardson. Freshmen: Faye Byerly. Jols Foley. Betty Jean Hosaflook, Lenora Ross, and Guy Karlcoie. North River High School Attendance The Iollowlng students at North River High 'School were Present every day during the first semester which ended on January 23: Senlors--Doris Ann Craun. Charlotte Halterman, Anita Klra- cofe, Margie Landes, Jane Moy- ers, Anlta Puffenberaer. Mary Shull, Dorothy Swope. Janet Wlchael. Dorothy Wright and Billy Blair. Junlors-Elizabeth Armstrong Ellzabeth Dany. Dorothy Hawk- ins, Pegs! Huffman, Phyllis Lam- bert. Mary Jo Maxwell, Betty Sheets, Bemlce Wlll, Robert Craun. Earl Hulfer. Donnle Shull. Sophomeres-Naoml Cook. Ruth Dlehl. Juanita Evers, Bhlrley Hal- terman. Patsy Klracofe, Josephine Mecray, Joann Miller. Bertha Moneymaker, Ethel Sheets, Bon- nle Sirk, Bonnie Smlth, Elosle Whltmer. Margie Younl. Bhlrley Zimmerman, Carl Rexrode. Lacy Rlchardson, Jay C. Shull, Hubert Simmons. S. L. Simmons. .Freshmen-Brownle Alexander. Ruth Helen Armstronl. Martha Byerly, Wlnlfred Cupp. Jola Foley. Betty Jean Hosaflook, Nora Hu!- fer, Sarah Lee Knott, Kathleen Landes, Maralee Landes, Maria- ret Llckllter. Martha Mlller. Mary Ellsabeth Myers, Jane Blmmona, Wanda Simmons. Mable Weekly. Wlnfred Jackson, Willis Knott, Louls llcCray. Hugh Shull. Galen Blrnmons. trlcnty, are :mu acctyelenc welding ln thc school shop. In lederation actlvltles North Rlver sponsored a poultry judglng contest and bought a car ot seed potatoes for the Augusta and Hlgh- land counties. In this purchase of ccrtihcd seed they stressed a new varlety of potato. thc Kennebec. After dlstrlbutlng the experimental data on this new potato. the chap- tergreccived orders for and dlatrl- buted throughaur. the two counties lone hundred and thirty-nve bushels of Kennebec seed potatoes. Most of the seed is being planted in small amounts for observation. The majority of the potatoes grown 'consist of lrish Cobbler, Katahdon .and Green Mountain. The project vlslt proved tn create enough interest to warrant aluther ln the near future. The projects of Herbert Simmons, Guy Rawlcy and Richard Reeves will be the next cbserved. Richard was declared the star chapter farmer for 1950. and Herbert Simmons along wlth Rlch- ard ancl Paul Huffman will apply for the State Farm degree this spring. Guy Rawley has had an ex- Oellent poultry projeov. Norfh River P-TA Talks Of Planfing The North Rlver P-TA met ln the high school for lts regular meetlng Monday evening. Even though the weather was lnclement, there was a good attendance. The buslness sesslon was preslded over by the president, Mr. Russell Baylor. He presented the matter of sending delegates to the annual P-TA meeting which ls to be at Natural Bridge the tlrst week ln May. Plans for havlng delegates ga were made. The box supper sponsor- ed by the P-TA March 16 was re- ported as a soclal and flnanclal success. The commlttee which has been working for a tlme on th plantlng ol shrubbery was read? with a report ln that on the same day an ellectlve display of boxwood and other plantlngs had been made ln the front of the high school bulldlng. The orlglnal planting were large and beautiful but had grown out of control and were entirely covering the nagstone walks on elther side of the entrance. The committee worklng on aerv- lng new dlshes and utenslls for the school cafeterla reported that sev- eral church groups and clubs ln the communlty have glven donations ot money that ls now being used tn buy this equipment. The P-TA ls also sponsoring this project. The P-TA, Rurltan and FFA groups have apomored the shrubbery project. 'Die program for the evenlng was. taken care of by the dramatlc club preaentlng the one-act play, "Never Again." Thls group of actors are: Mlss Anlta Pullenbarler, Mr. Charles Danlel Garber, Mlas Bettg Klracole, and Mr. F. L. Michael. They placed llrst ln the competition ln their literary dlstrlot and recelved "superlor" ratlng ln the eompetltlve presentation at Charlottesvllle last week. S. C. A. Council .S'rufrvl: licrthu Moncymnkcr, Tilizalwtli Arm Armstrong, Richard Reeves, fhnrlcs Garber, Charlotte Haltcrmzm, llcruice Will, Anita Vilffcrllmcrgcr. .siftlflllilijli Xlr. Hooker, Martha Miller, Klzirlha liyerly, Rclly Baylor, F. L. Mivlizlcl, Hurry Fzullcy, Rliss Scruggs. OFFICERS Charlvs Garber ..... ....... P rvsidcnz' Richarcl Rccves ...... . . . l'iL'1."1,7'l'A'l-dflll Charlotte Ilzrltvrmzm ..... .... . S'UCr1'fc1ry lilizabctli Aim Armstrong . . . .... 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C ,lumor Pla Cast z 1' Riel121r1l Reeves, XN'illis Hise, Peggy l-lulT1112111, 'l'o111111y Snyder, Phyllis l.a111l1e1't Helly ll21yl111', H1-1'l1e1't 5111111111115 lflossie 5111111111115 llUlllllQ Shull, 52ll'2lll l.21111les lieruice Will. 32 enior Play Cast and Director Y. A A 7 X R 1 3 f it lmjl In rigflzfz ,xlttlll VIII-I-l'lllK'l'gL'I'. lhxris Smile-y, Ibmmniv XXI111-It-1', Phyllis Lznmlcs, lhmvllmy XY1'igl11, blzmvi XX-tl'I1lll'I, ,xlltlil lxirzwufv, K'l1:1rlwlIm- IlIlIll'1A1UIl11, Ywgnl Html, Huy Blick. tlvmtgc I,llI-I-k'l1IHl1'gl'!', l'lmrh-N lQ:nrlwvr, Miss Ruth 'l'lum1ps:n1. flmmtm'. Ushers and Committees LL. 5 lvrry, Icy Xlwcll, I-.fhlw Xlmlcyxlwaxkw, llclm-11 Slwllvr, ullllllll' l'.X'Q'I'!4, Xlzmrgw l.:un . . , . . . , . , . Mm' Xluyv1's, llliftilllf Sxxrrpc, Xlzxry Bhull. lhms .X1111 KIAZIIIII, Yury lfmlvr, Inlly Irlllll Huy llCI'l'uXX. 33 Girls' 4-H Club Srafvd: Connie Xlichacl, Shirley Zimmcrmzm, llclorus Simmmis, Anita Kirucofc, Phyllis Lxmclcs, llcrnicc Will, lfmlrlic Kloncymzllqur, llclcn Shcffcr, lictty Shen-ts, llornlliy llawkins, Shirlcy Sipcs, :XlIll2l l,lll.lCl1lbCl'3.fCI', Peggy lluffmzm, VN'inifrcml Liupp. .hlfllllllliljll lizirlmzlrzl Gluvicr, lcy Atwcll, Klalscl XYeckly, llmnmie Sirk, Rmmic Smith. Boys' 4-H Club l .Yvatmlz Klnson NX':u'c, Hurry Fzullcy, l'aul Huffman, Rnllzmcl Huntcr, llonnic XVhcclcr, Robert Salt, Leon Nloals, George VV:1re, l.esleyl.:1mles, Irvin Dale Zimmerman, lhnmic Shull, john VYarc, Loyd Shclfer, F. l.. Michael, Carlyle Rcclifer. Yfmzdingz lhmnic Sheets, llzillus Yam l.car, Eugcnc Cupp, llcmiic Huwclyshell, liarl Huffcr, liolmlmy Shccts, lirzuik 'lllIl'llCl', li. ll. Llfllllll, vlr. N 34 Banflm - .".7 xv. 1 V, . .Nmllfrfi llmnm- law-rs, Nlzxry Blmll, 1,1-wxrzl Ixww. 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Lunch Room Personnel CJ ss l,llllUll, llcnmic livers, Klrs. Sllull, Mrs. Smith, JZIIIC Moyers, C'l1z11'lullc WMC Bus Drivers . 7 Q.. 2 ,o.. ,AS X .. lfirxl Ru-:vi Xlr. Muzuln' Hunter, Xlr. Hrucc' KIZIICUIIN, Xlr. Mulllcr Shouts, Mr. llzxxwrlfl Husafluuk. ,S't't'U1Itf lx'u-rv: XIV. Roy flmk, Hr. Lcrm lmggy. 36 A T H 1 5 - Q Bovs' BASKETBALL I Umm' BASKETBAIJ, A HASEBALI. Gurus' S0l1"l'BAl.l. SQuAn CIIEICRl,liAlJl'2l!'5 Row' SOFTBALL SQUAD 'I'nA4:K l' B0 S' Basketball Team . , - N K, - 1,-.M , A-Nw. .... swf. W Lanes.: Tas .. . K , . ,.,. . V. , xg ml it at R -1 in Nr F ...M . . . Y . - WM W ' . . Q .4 f . if ...Rael Sfiirlziiny: Richard Reeves, Paul Diehl, llonnie Shull, llonnie livers, Leslie Landes, George Vvare, Ray Glick, Billy lllair, Rolland Hunter, l'aul llnflnian, llonnie XYheeler. .X't'uier1l: lfugene fnpp, llolwliy llaylor, liolmliy flood, james xNlCl12ll'l, Nlr. Ciupp, l'aul VN'iehael, tiliarles Kiarlwer, llee llowdysliell. ln spite of its record of 5 wins against l2 losses, North River was very proud of its boys' baslietlzall team. Many of the losses were very close and the Rockets were never beaten until the final whistle had sounded. The Rockets displayed good sportsmanship and fair play on all occasions, whether winning or losing. The Rockets were in there trying no matter what the score. As all of last year's championship team graduated, Mr. Cupp had to build an entire new team. This team was composed largely of sophomores and juniors. lt is felt that the experience gained this year will make them strong con- tenders in District N competition in seasons to come. N. R. 26 ......... Montevideo 49 N. R. 39 .. .... Churchville 42 N. li. 38 ....... l.inville lfdom 30 N. R. 46 . . . . . . XYeyers Cave 54 N. li. 24 .. . .... Craigsville 25 N. N. 31 . . . . Craigsville 30 N. li. 27 .. .... Spottswood 34 N. R. 43 .. llridgewater 41 N. lt. 45 ....... l.inville Iidom 35 N. iq, 36 1, ,.,, Mt, gifimy .42 N. li. 23 .... .... ll 'lontevideo 60 N- N. 26 H H WYQWI-5 Qwl- 47 N. N. 24 -- laiflavwrlrvl' 49 N. ii. so .. .. eiwfiwailt- so N- R. 33 MT- 5iflI1f'3' 37 N. R. 23 .. .. Spottsvvood 42 N. li. 25 ..... Alumni 45 LEADING SCORERS l'aul Diehl-208 Rolland llunter-187 George Wztre'-76 38 Girls' Basketball Team Standing: lloris Ann Craun, Bernice X'l'i1l, Eddie Kloneymaker, llorothy XVright, Mary jo Maxwell, Charlotte Weekly, lilizahcth Ann Armstrong, Phyllis Lambert, Charlotte Halterman Bertha Moncymakcr. .S'vnfvr1: lletty Sheets, Mr. funn, Mary Shnll. .'llv.venf: lloris Smiley. The Rockettes ended their season of 1950-51 with 5 wins and 12 losses. Under the ahle direction of Coach Cupp, the Rockettes, although they suf- fered many setbacks, were permitted to enter the tournament held at I.ee High February 22-23. They captured third place in the District N School 1.t-agua games. The girls showed great resistance in this game, hut lost to Mt. Sidney The final score being 29-16. N. R. 17 ......... Montevideo 43 N. R. 27 . . . . . . VVeyers Cave 24 N. R. 30 ....... l.inville lfdom 47 N. R. 30 .. .... Craigsville 27 N. R. 22 .... ..... L fraigsville 27 N. R. 22 .. llridgewater 23 N. R. 34 .... .... S pottswood 33 N. R. 19 Mt. Sidney 24 N. R. 38 ....... l.inville lidom 49 N. R. 22 . . . . . . W'eyers Cave 18 R. 21 .... .... IX flontevideo -11 N. R. 26 .. Churchville 39 N. R. 24- Bridgewater 57 N. R. 30 ......... Spottswood 35 N. R. 12 .... Mt. Sidney 24 N. R. 23 . .. .... Alumnas 45 Tournament N. R. 37 .... .... C hurchville 30 N. R. 16 ......... Mt. Sidney 29 HIGH SCORERS liddie Moneymaker-184 Doris Smiley-132 lloris Ann Craun-80 SO Baseball lfirxf Row: Mr. Cupp, llonnie Shull, Donnie XYhcelcr, George Vtarc, john lloyd VV Paul Huffman, Rollancl Hunter, Leslie Luncles, Eugene Cupp. April 6 .. April 10 April 13 April 17 April 20 April 24 ... May l .. May 4 .. May 8 .... May ll .. May 15 ..... xlelonic Games .S':'r0na' Row: Charles Garber, Guy Huffer, Bobby Baylor, F. L. Michael, Mason VV NVillis Hise, -lohnnie Emmett, Paul Diehl. North North North North North North North North North North North River River River River River River River River River River River 'l:Briclgcw:tter . Mt. Sidney SfChurchville . 'tCraigsville . Spottswoocl :':VVL-yers Cave "ML Sidney . Churchvillc .. Craigsville "'Spottswoocl Weyvrs Cave arc, ure, 0 3 9 6 13 6 1 5 Girls' Softball quad -H-9 ,,., K, . - ,-rnfe - .. I'IV.K'l lx'w:v: Xllv SCTIIQQS, Xlzxry lf, Nlyvrs. llw1'lN .Xnn llllllll, licrniu Will, lhrrlx Smiley xlLll'X Nlmll, lzwlslw Xlm1ux111:xkv1', lllllllllll lzxcrs, lulu lmlcx, In-lu' Ilmwznlluuk. XM-gl llllllL'IY Xlmw llumwpwll. .Nlwwfrlfl lx'n:.': Sllirlr-5 lltvivlx, -lzuriu tllick, IMWKVII15 llzmkins, l'l15lliN lgmmlwrl, llr-'xxumiv Xlvxzmmlcr, Nlill'llt'L' l,llIlIlt'S, lllk'IlIlll liliclx, Nancy lnmlix. lli'I'lll2l xlllllK'fHI1llil'l' lsllyk' llywly, xlIl1'Q.1lll'l'l l.iclxlilc1', xlzmc Slllllllihlls, ll1zwllx'n:.': llvllj' Slnwli, Vvggy llllllillllll, l'luN-my fllllllllllli. flllllll l.Lll14lK'N, xlllflllll llymrly, Xlllvla XX kl XI 111111 Xlllll Nll l llulx lllllllll XII lllkl lnlllllll Nu II1 .1 ' cvy, .1' 2 . m". . wry 1 , '.v:', .11, vlU5l'IPlIlHl' XIrk'r:n5, Xqwnmi iwllx, Xxlllll-l'l'4l Kupll. Ninn XYilIux1g. Cheerleaders Xuiizn llUll'CIllK'I'gCl', -lam' XlHj'L'l'5. xl2lI'lllCL' lm-ul, lllllj Iiglmir-1,11-, All L u Boys' Softball quad Z' iw zrxl lfmvz S. I.. SIIIIINUIIS, Harry lfacllcy, james xXlCll2lCl, Klr. XX right, Xlr. Slllllllllll Clmrlcs llllllf, Richarml Rn-cvcs, Ray Glick. .S.l'f'U1lll lv'n'zv: Owvn Grimm, Halen Silnrmnls, l,0m1a1'cl Slmll, .Xrlic llllflL'lIll1ll'jlL'I', XYillis Knoll, Dcllunx llumllciu, lluy Kll'Zllxlll-L', liarl Rcvvcs, llilly Lkmlq, Curl lfilcr, Martin Sinnmms, XYinl'rccl -lllCliSlbll. Track 'v lfirxt Ifniu: l'aul lluffmzm, XYallcr Culwlm, l'clc1' l-lnffcr, jay Sllllll, Curl Fifcr, y Kizlcofv, llerlmcrt Sinmmns, ,Xrlic lllll-QI1ll2ll'gCI', XYinf1'Ccl -l1l.Cli5Ull, lf. R. Llfllllll, jr. liarl Reeves, liilly Cook, Riclmrcl Rccvcs. Svmrld Row: llommic XX'hcclc1', GL-urge l'uffe11l1argcr, Loyd Sheffcr, liar! Huffcr, linlulmy Salt, l':llj.1.'llC Cupp, llarry lfaulluy, XN'illwc1't lllair, XX'illis Hisc, Roy llcrrow, Ronny Howclyshell. 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PUFFENBERGER and HAZEL PUFFENBERGER l'i'opVi0loi's Compliments Of H E A T W 0 L E ' S "GOOD FOOD" O00 Weyers Cave, Va. Comvplinwnts of Batterman's Machine Shop MINNEAPULIS, MOLINE Farm Implements and Equipment Harrisonburg, Va. Comiplimvn ts o f Your F 0 R D Dealer Rockingham Motors Co., Inc. Harrisonburg, Va. Phone 141 Brown SI MaeDiarmid Office Supply Co. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Remington Rand Agents TYPEWBITER RENTALS DUPLICATOR SUPPLIES 13-15 N. Augusta St. Staunton, Va. Wall's Colonial House 134-136 E. Beverley St. oOOOo Staunton, Va. H 0 L T 9 S Compliments CHINA, GIFTS of TIMBEBLAKES HOUSEWARES Q oOOOo ooo STAUNTONS Staunton, Va. GREATEST STORE Compliments Compliments of Dixie Bottle Gas Finks Jewelers Corporation DIAMONDS WATCHES 116 S. Augusta Street Staunton, Va. DIAL 5-2751 P. 0. BOX 635 oOo 80 South Main Harrisonburg, Virginia , Blakemore's Compliments of , Flowers Worthington Harrisonburg, Virginia Hardware Co., Inc. oOOOo 00000 Staunton, Va. F lowers for all ovmsions Sent A nywhere-A nytime l Reid Stores Inc. ECONOMY FOOD MARKETS Staunton, Virginia oOOOo F riendly-C ourteous-Service QUICK'S Ice Cream Store News Stand 00000 Staunton, Va. Morgan Music Center BAND INSTRUMENTS PIANOS AND RADIOS RECORDS Staunton, Virginia Across from Leader Ojice R. L. Souder and Co Ready-to-wear and Accessories DECORATIVE LINENS CURTAINS AND BLANKETS oOOOo I3 East Beverley St. Staunton, Va. Miles Music Company HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING MUSICAL 20-22 W. Beverley St. DIAL 5-8541 Wright Printing Company PRINTING at ENGRAVING 25 N. Augusta St. Staunton, Va. DIAL 5-4571 Compliments of East Augusta Mutual Fire Ins. Co., Inc. ooOoo Room 10, Crowle Bldg. Staunton, Va. Thos. Hogshead Inc. Quality Drugs at the lowest prices THE BIG DRUG STORE ON THE CORNER o0O0o Staunton, Va. CASE FARM MACHINERY Freezers-Milkers-Coolers Garden Tractors SALES AND SERVICE Early Equipment Company, Inc. Phone 309-Edoln Road Harrisonburg, Va. PONTIAC 6 AND 8 SALES AND SERVICE D. S. Thomas and Son Bridgewater, Va. PHONE 87 Dealer License 259 Obenschain and Co. Augusta JOHN DEERE Furniture Co. SALES AND SERVICE CARPETS STOVES 00000 HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 1753 West Beverley St. 22 S. Augusta St. Dial 5-2680 Staunton, Va. Staunton, Virginia Harold F' Good T-Bone Tooter Cafe JEWELER ELGIN BULOVA FOOD AND SODA BAR W A T C H E S Watch, Clock, Jewelery Repair Bridgewater, Va. PHONE 9-R 00000 Churchville, Virginia PHONE 5-3826 Shickel Machine Shop Bridgewater, Va. Shop Phone 49-W Residence Phone 56-W MACHINE WORK, WELDING, SAW REPAIRING J. A. SHICKEL LINCOLN 'A' MERCURY SALES AND SERVICE Royal Motor Co. 690 N. Main Harrisonburg, Va. PHONE Compliments of Jesse L. Glick Jennings-Shephard THRESH1No-BALEINo- Company CORN HUSKING SPORTING GOODS SAWING-HAULING AND TOYS Slab Wood for Sale ooooo Bridgewater, Va. Roanoke, Va. PHONE 14-F-ll Colony Optical Co. PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED LENSES DUPLICATED PLASTICS OF ALL TYPES 162 South Main SI. Harrisonburg, Va. Compliments of T. A. Parmer JEWELEH 00000 Verona, Va. MCCGRMICK Silver Grill INTERNATIONAL CURB SERVICE Farm Equipment and Sandwivhes-All Kinds Refrigeration . Foot Long Hot Dogs J. O. Stlckley Sr Co. oOOOo ooOoo Harrisonburg, Va. Mt. Crawford, Va. Compliments USE SHENGAS FOR of COOKING, WATER HEATING Sold and Serviced by Thomas Grocery Consumers 00000 Utilities Co. Mt. Solon, Va. PHONE 33-F-10 180 S. Main St. Harrisonburg, Va. Phone 6 Smith's Esso Service Compliments of C. A. 6'RED', VIGAR Pearps TIRES-BATTERIES-TUBES Beauty 163 Greenville Ave. 00000 Staunton' Va' Bridgewater, Va. PHONE 5-9839 PHONE 4 Compliments of . Compliments of Harrlsonburg Grocery Company Wetsel Seed CO. INCORPORATED oOOOo 00000 EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE Harrisonburg. Va. Harrisonburg, Virginia Compliments of the Famous Lunch Harrisonburg, Virginia ooOoo "The Place that satisfies those who are fussy about their food. A trial will convince you." Com plimcnts of Wampler Feed and Seed Co., Inc. PHONE 577-578 Harrisonburg, Va. Eagle Produce Owners-MERVIN LAMBERT STERLE LAMBERT POULTRY AND EGGS BOUGHT AND SOLD Poultry--Live or dressed 120 W. Wolfe Street Phone 410-Harrisonburg, Va. SMITH-CARY Implement Service JOHN DEERE SALES AND SERVICE P. O. Box 301-Phone 1943 Harrisonburg, Va. IT'S WIDEHAMPS BROAD BREASTED NEW HAMPSHIRES FOR QUALITY! Winners of the Virginia Chicken-of-Tomorrow Contest 1949 and 1950 VIRGINIA U. S. APPROVED PULLORUM CLEAN Compliments of C. T. Riddel Lumber Company QUALITY MILLWORK- OUR SPECIALTY REDWOOD-FIR-WHITE 81 YELLOW PINE ooooo Doons, WINDOWS, PLASTER Widehamps, Inc. MAm"ALS FRANKLIN P. HURST, Mgr. PHONE 108 Phone 2691 Dayton, Va. Bridgewater, Virginia Compliments Compliments Of Blue Ridge 0 f Concrete Products F R I E N D S V ERONA, VA. Compliments of I Hefner Credit .lewelers Harrisonburg, Va. ,lohn W. Taliaferro Jeweler 83 S. Main Street. Harrisonburg. Va. Chas. L. Fauls Clothing Co., Inc. Harrisonburg, Va. D. MUODY YEAGU tlantic Life Insurance Co. Staunton, Va. , ......1. .. A-. ..- -T1 Sometimes it is the nature of a craft to create an unbreakable tie be- A tween itself and the worker in that I field, a heart attachment equal to life- time devotion. One familiar example is PRINTING. Once editor, once eompositor, or pressman catches the spirit of the shop, the spell is seldom broken. Like the odor of a camp fire, or a wbitl ot' salt air, the be- loved tang of printer's ink, symboli- cal of il great profession, gets into your heart and soul. School Annuals, Magazines, Newspapers and Special l'rinting, all smack of it. lt is an invisible link that binds all intelli- genee together. lt is the stimulus for creation in business or romance. This crat'tsmanship, this devotion to service and alertness to business needs, has nourished and developed enormous industrial vitality and whichever way the course of the future runs, the printer will always find himself able to adapt his helpfulness to new opportunity. YEARS OF EXPERIENCE HAVE TAUGHT US! PRINTING PAYS US ONLY WHEN IT PAYS YOU! NICCI.URE PRIN'1'ING COB'I13ANX' , -, ,.v COLLEGE ANNUALS AND CATALOGS , ...... FINE ADVERTISING PRINTING 19 XYest Frederick St. DI.Nl. 5-9312 Staunton, Virginia - - - - - - X fi0.,,,, ,.4.,,g4b,A 1., ' H AUTOGRAPHS A , X X f, f A G 4119-iv.4AL 3 i:! WM 5 M FQQ OW JW' Ak ffmzifww Q8 - W? iwffg-G"'W' A S -' idk 11 Q0 j- f, N5 JY Q49 Qifwvg 3""'q'WW 393, fx Egfggigby JWWVAWM Q 139035 KM ji xx y i W Uwfffw 'W M gf QM f Ljsgdhifw Q i6NwiiM'f"N!?'Qfjwwx R ' A ,. Pikfv!-"' xg fb ' Q K' ! ,a,4,wJ


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