Northampton County High School - Lighthouse Yearbook (Machipongo, VA)
- Class of 1961
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DEDICATION TO THE CITIZENS OF NORTHAMPTON COUNTY We, the Senior Class of “61’ of Northampton County High, realizing the many contributions, and the great part the citizens of this country have played in helping us reach this station in life, pay tribute, by dedicating to them the 1961 edition of “THE LIGHTHOUSE”, It is with deepest respect and apprec¬ iation that we do this. As we graduate from Northampton County High School, we feel certain because of the fine spirit you have shown; we, as future citizens of America, will try to equal your civility. We further trust that you will continue to support the efforts of the County Educational System in order that others who will follow will be inspired to move forward. THE CLASS OF " 61 ” PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE Young people of the class of 1961, it is indeed a pleasure to congratulate a future group of American Frontiersmen. It is my conviction that the new frontiers, now awaiting you will be an incentive that will motivate you to move forward. In this most challenging age, it will make little difference what field of human endeavor you consider--whether science, the arts, the spiritual disciplines or other areas of living--your progress will depend on the maintenance of an atmosphere which will foster individual effort at its maximum level. It seems to me that you have, thus far, been exposed to such an atmosphere, and this being true, you should know that it has two essential components-- first, a maximum of opportunity for individual self expression; and secondly a maximum incentive for achievement. It will be well for you to remember that average performance is simply not enough, and if you are to enjoy your new frontiers and move forward, you must attempt the really difficult tasks, even while recognizing the possibility that you may not reach the Summit. Your world will be one that will be demanding individual excellency in order to survive. Now, as you go forth to face the new Frontiers of the Sixties, it is the hope of those who have had the good fortune of working with you that you will go forward implementing the ideas and ideals that will inspire new heights of achievement in your world of tomorrow. May God bless each of you and may your harvest be a good one. Remember that we shall always cherish the opportunity of having shared with you the formative period of your young lives. W. H. Smith, Principal Administration FACULTY MR. W. H. SMITH Principal J. C. Smith University University of Pittsburgh MRS. I. J. WILLIAMS Home Economics Virginia State College North Carolina College Virginia State College FACULTY MRS. BERNICE M. ERVIN French MR. EDWARD BUSCH, JR. Music Music Education J. C. Snaith University North Carolina College Virginia State College Virginia State College Fisk University Columbia University MRS. LUCILLE U. KORNEGAY Business Education Maryland State College William Mary College Virginia Union University Howard University FACULTY MISS ALICE J. BARBER French English MR. LEONARD R. BURTON Health Physical Education Maryland State College Virginia State College William Mary College Virginia State College New York University FACULTY MR. CALVIN BRICKHOUSE Science Mathematics MRS. NAOMI P. HASTINGS Health Physical Education Fisk University MR. KIRBY WRIGHT History Pol. Science MISS KATHERINE Y. HAYES English J. C. Smith University MRS. PAULINE T. SAVAGE Business Virginia Union University Howard University Fisk University Hampton Institute FACULTY MRS. ALICE W. SMITH French Elementary Education MISS GLORIA BROWN Applied Sociology J. C. Smith University University of Pittsburgh MR. WILLIAM T. SISCO History Social Studies Virginia State College Norfolk Division MR. JOHN C. MC CULLOUGH Science Mathematics A T College MISS FANNIE STEPHENSON Biology MISS GERALDINE DIXON English Allen University Virginia State College Norfolk Division Shaw University GUIDANCE COMMITTEE The concept of guidance has cnanged over the years from a narrow, restricted program assisting only those students with behavior or scholarship difficulties to a comprehensive program of service designed to help all pupils make wholesome and realistic personal, social, vocational, and educational plans and adjustments. Guidance is not something we do today and forget tomorrow. Guidance, like any other phase of the school program, must be “on going’ . However, at particular periods in the educational life of the child, guidance needs are accentuated. For example, most pupils in any school will need help in adjusting to a new school environment, in planning a high school program, or in selecting a college. As pupils approach these critical steps in the educational ladder, it is appropriate that group guidance activities be conducted. The Guidance Committee is attempting this type of group guidance as well as individual guidance through the following activities: A. Follow-up Studies B. Homeroom Guidance C. Personal Interview D. Student Progress Charts E. Career Day It is our hope that our efforts will be far-reaching and that our objective of guidance for all students will be met adequately. Members of the Committee are: Miss G. L, Brown, Counselor, Mrs. I. J. Williams, Mrs. L. U. Kornegay, Miss D. M. Turner, Mr. F. Brickhouse, Miss C. Y, Hayes (Not Shown), Mrs. B, M. Ervin and Mr. W. H, Smith, Principal. I DOROTHY JEAN BAINES Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition: File Clerk Nickname: " Dot " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " I Don ' t Know " Hobby: Listening to the Radio ARTHUR AYERS, JR. Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: To be a soldier Nickname: " Dickie " Favorite Song: " Alone At Last " Pet Saying: " You Know” Hobby: Playing Sports CAROLYN AYERS Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Private Secretary Nickname: " Carol " Favorite Song: " Donna " Pet Saying: " Naturally " Hobby: Singing KISER DAVID BARNES Capeville, Virginia Ambition: Physiocratist Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Nickname: " Johnny Boy " Pet Saying: " Whats Happening " Hobby: Playing Piano BESSIE ELIZABETH BURROWS Machipongo, Virginia Ambition: Beautician Nickname: " Ann " Favorite Song: " Tonight You Are Mine " Pet Saying: " Oh Yeah! " Hobby: Collecting Hair Styles WILSON CHANDLER, JR. Chesapeake, Virginia Ambition: Electrician Nickname: " Skeeter " Favorite Song: " You ' re Mine " Pet Saying: " Looking Good " Hobby: Carpentry GERALDINE BOYD Bridgetown, Virginia Ambition: Stenographer Nickname: " Gerrie " Favorite Song: " He Will Break Your Heart " Pet Saying: " That ' s My Natural Capacity " Hobby: Sporting MARGARET SARAH BRAY Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition: Secretary Nickname: " Margay " Favorite Song: " Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " Anytime " Hobby: Singing WILLIE LEE CRAWFORD, JR. Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Mechanic Nickname: " Junior " Favorite Song: " Your Friends " Pet Saying: " Really? " Hobby: Sports RUDOLPH ORICE CUSTIS Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Artist Nickname: " Tomy " Favorite Song: " There’s A Moon Out " Pet Saying: " I’m Glad You Think So " Hobby: Playing Basketball DELORIS ANN FOEMAN Chesapeake, Virginia Ambition: Telephone Operator Nickname: " Dedie " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Oh Yea! " Hobby: Dancing LOUISE GARRISON Exmore, Virginia Ambition: Practical Nurse Nickname: " Lou " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind” Pet Saying: " Are You Kidding? " Hobby: Dancing BETTY GIDDENS Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition: Beautician Nickname: " Sue " Favorite Song: " Pretty Baby " Pet Saying: " Oh Yes! " Hobby: Talking CALEB DAVID COLLINS Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Lawyer Nickname: " Blinky " V Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " I Pet Saying: " Is That A Fact? " I Hobby: Listening to radio JOHN ELI COLLINS Bayview, Virginia Ambition: Biologist Nickname: " Winkey " Favorite Song: " Thanks To You " Pet Saying: " No Jive About That " Hobby: Playing Basketball BERKLEY P. COLLINS Jamesville, Virginia Ambition: Jet Pilot Nickname: " Burt " Favorite Song: " At Last " Pet Saying: " Uh! What ' s Up? " Hobby: Swimming ELLEN YVONNE GOODWYN Cheriton, Virginia Ambition; Dietician Nickname: " Goody " Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " Come On " Hcbby: Cooking MARTHA MARIE GULLEDGE Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition; Typist Nickname: " Sue " Favorite Song: " Shop Around " Pet Saying: " That’s It " Hobby: Dancing Reading MARGARET KAYE HELM Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Business Teacher Nickname: " Snooks " Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " Shucks " Hobby: Sewing WILLIAM JACKSON Cheriton, Virginia Ambition; Military Bandsman Nickname: " Joe Chillie " Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " I Told You So " Hobby: Playing Cards LUVELL JAMES Wardtown, Virginia Ambition: Electrician Nickname: " Johnnie " Favorite Song: " Think " Pet Saying: " Forgive Me " Hobby: Listening To Radio MELVIN JAMES Exmore, Virginia Ambition: Electrician Nickname: " Barnyard " Favorite Song: " Will You Love Me " Pet Saying: " Don ' t Fence Me In " Hobby: Baseball WILLIE JOHNSON, JR. Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition: Basketball Player Nickname: " Ging " Favorite Song: " What A Price " Pet Saying: " You’re Out Man " Hobby: Sports ERNESTINE AUGUSTA JONES Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Poet Nickname: " Tootsie " Favorite Song; " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Oh Yea! ’’ Hobby: Listening To The Radio RUBY ANN KELLAM Wardtown, Virginia Ambition: Secretary Nickname: " Sweet Pea " Favorite Song: " What A Price " Pet Saying: " Really " Hobby: Dancing NANCY MARY LOU KENNEY Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Beautician Nickname: " Cookie " Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " About The Size Of It " Hobby: Singing ROBERT MONTGOMERY MITCHELL Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Policeman Nickname: " Bob " Favorite Song: " Be Sure My Love " Pet Saying: " Cool Man " Hobby: Playing Football JAMES MOOREFIELD Fairview, Virginia Ambition: Professional Athlete Nickname: " Mighty Mo " Favorite Song: " A Certain Smile " Pet Saying: " Watch Out " Hobby: Modeling Airplanes ESTER LEE KATES Birdsnest, Virginia Ambition: Home Economist Nickname: " Mickey " Favorite Song: " Will You Still Love Me " Pet Saying: " I Know " Hobby: Cooking FLOYD CALVIN KELLAM, JR. Wardtown, Virginia Ambition: Auto Mechanic Favorite Song: " What A Price ! " Nickname: " Billy-bo-rat " Pet Saying: " Oh Man " Hobby: Boxing ELIZABETH LOTTIE LOFLAND Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Mathematician Nickname: " Liz " Favorite Song: " At Last " Pet Saying: It ' s Too Late " Hobby: Basketball MOSES MAPP Hare Valley, Virginia Ambition: Actor Nickname: " Mr. Wonderful " Favorite Song: " Will you Love Me " Pet Saying: " No Joke " Hobby: Listening To Radio THOMAS EDISON NOTTINGHAM Machipongo, Virginia Ambition: Salesman Nickname: " Notts " Favorite Song: " Think " Pet Saying: " Let ' s Go Back " Hobby: Reading ESTER DELORES ONLEY Jamesville, Virginia Ambition: Switchboard Operator Nickname: " De " Favorite Song: " Tomorrow: Pet Saying: " Are You Kidding " Hobby: Dancing LUMMIE CONVELLA MORRIS Capeville, Virginia Ambition: Doctor Nickname: " Titie Lum " Favorite Song: " Sad Mood Tonight " Pet Saying: " That’s Neat " Hobby: Listening To Radio LEON NOCK, JR. Exmore, Virginia Ambition: Baseball Player Nickname: " Lee " Favorite Song: " It ' s All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Oh Yea " Hobby: Dancing JANNIE PATTERSON Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Sociologist Nickname: " Pat " Favorite Song: " It’s All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " You Know It All " Hobby: Typing Dancing ROSA LEE POWELL Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Singer Nickname: " Sister " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Life Is Wonderful " Hobby: Listening To The Radio KENNETH REID Machipongo, Virginia Ambition: Air Force Career Nickname: " Slick " Favorite Song: " Shop Around " Pet Saying: " Keep Cool " Hobby: Track SHIRLEY LEE RICHARDSON Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Secretary Nickname: " Shirl " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind” Pet Saying: " Oh Yea! " Hobby: Driving ALVIS ROGERS Exmore, Virginia Ambition: Electrician Nickname: " Al” Favorite Song: " The Heavens Cried " Pet Saying: " Oh Yea! " Hobby: Playing Sports WILLIAM MAPP ROSELLE Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Physical Education Instructor Nickname: " Rosey " Favorite Song: " A Letter To Tina " Pet Saying: " Look Out " Hobby: Playing Sports MARGARET IRENE ROANE Wardtown, Virginia Ambition: Private Secretary Nickname: " Marty " Favorite Song: " There’s A Moon Out” Pet Saying: " Hopeless Case " Hobby: Dancing ISAIAH ROBINSON Seaview, Virginia Ambition: Carpenter Nickname: " Fats " Favorite Song: " Will You Love Me " Pet Saying: " Give Me " Hobby: Listening To The Radio THOMAS EDWARD SAMPLE Machopongo, Virginia Ambition: Electrician Nickname: " Ed " Favorite Song: " The Heavens Cried " Pet Saying: " Oh Yea! " Hobby: Playing Sports VIOLA SAMPLE Capeville, Virginia Ambition: Nurse Nickname: " Vi " Favorite Song: " Lost Love " Pet Saying: " Are You Kidding? " Hobby: Listening To The Radio MARY JANE ROWLEY Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Secretary Nickname: " Chap " Favorite Song: " The Tear of The Year " Pet Saying: " Hit It " Hobby: Dancing SARAH JANE ROWLEY Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Beautician Nickname; " Micky " Favorite Song: " Sad Mood Tonight " Pet Saying: " There ' s Away " Hcbby: Cooking LAWRENCE ANDREW SATCHELL Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition: Upholsterer Nickname; " Satch " Favorite Song; " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " I Don ' t Care " Hobby: Playing Sports REGINIA MAE SCARBOROUGH Exmore, Virginia Ambition; Private Secretary Nickname; " Ginid " Favorite Song: " Your Friends " Pet Saying: You Get The Message Hobby: Reading EDWARD SATCHELL Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Air Force Career Nickname: " Kid " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Do It " Hobby: Drawing EVELYN ODELL SATCHELL Birdsnest, Virginia Ambition: Secretary Nickname: " Satch " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Are You Kidding " Hobby: Listening To The Radio CLEVELAND SMITH Machipongo, Virginia Ambition: Air Force Career Nickname: " Srnitty " Favorite Song: " He ' ll Break Your Heart " Pet Saying: " Oh Boy " Hobby: Playing Sports OTHO SMITH, JR. Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Post Office Clerk Nickname; " Big Runt " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " You Don’t Mean It " Hobby: Talking CAREY TUCKER SPADY Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Teacher Nickname: " Tuck " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Nice, Lovely " Hobby; Playing Sports GLORIA ELIZABETH SPADY Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Social Study Teacher Nickname: " Glo " Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " Really " Hobby: Listening To Records LEONARD SPADY, JR. Cheriton, Virginia Ambition: Medical Doctor Nickname: " Francis " Favorite Song: " Shop Around " Pet Saying: " One Never Knows " Hobby: Chemistry MARTHA ANN SPADY Cheriton, Virginia Ambition: Beautician Nickname: " Po-Po " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " All-Right " Hobby; Dancing CHARLIE STARCHIA Machipongo, Virginia Ambition: Mathematician Nickname: " Chick " Favorite Song: " Tonite You’re Mine " Pet Saying; " No Kidding " Hobby: Playing Basketball MARGIE LORETTA STEVENS Capeville, Virginia Ambition; Music Major Nickname: " Marge " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Are You Kidding? " Hobby: Dancing MARVA LEE STRATTON Cheriton, Virginia Ambition: Beautician Nickname; " Shorty " Favorite Song: " Pony Time " Pet Saying: " Is That So? " Hobby: Playing The Piano JOHN WILLIAM THOMAS Eastville, Virginia Ambition: Air Force Career Nickname: " Johnny " Favorite Song: " You Can Have Her " Pet Saying: " I ' ll Get It " Hobby: Playing Sports LORENZO THOMAS Cheriton, Virginia Ambition: Baseball Player Nickname: " Boo-Boo” Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Pet Saying; " Let ' s Make It " Hobby; Watching Television PAUL LEE TOWNSEND Cape Charles, Virginia Ambition: Body Fender Repairer Nickname: " Wavy " Favorite Song: " All In My Mind " Pet Saying: " Just Right " Hobby: Reading GLORIA CARREL WYNDER Cheriton, Virginia Ambition: Nurse Nickname: " Bootsie " j Favorite Song: " Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " Be Funny " I Hobby: Singing I RALEIGH DAVIS UPSHUR Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition: Teacher i; Nickname: " Davis " 1 Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " I Pet Saying: " Who? " I Hobby: Singing DORETHA ANN TOYES Jamesville, Virginia Ambition; Executive Secretary Nickname; " Dirk " Favorite Song: " Sad Mood " Pet Saying: " Yes Indeed " Hobby: Dancing BEATRICE TURNER Bridgetown, Virginia Ambition: Teacher Nickname: " Bea " Favorite Song: " At Last " Pet Saying: " Well Do " Hobby: Listening To The Radio ALFONSO WALKER Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition: Professional Athlete Nickname; " The Living A " Favorite Song: " Thanks To You " Pet Saying: " It ' s Boss " Hobby: Playing Basketball CARRIE MAE WEEKS Seaview, Virginia Ambition: Mathematician Nickname: " Camay " Favorite Song: " Love Me Tomorrow " Pet Saying: " Big Deal " Hobby: Playing Basketball GLORIA ANN UPSHUR Nassawadox, Virginia Ambition; Switchboard Operator Nickname: " Glo " Favorite Song: " I Pay A Price " Pet Saying: " Oh Yea! " Hobby: Dancing ELIJAH EUGENE WILLIAMS Chesapeake, Virginia Ambition: Mortician Nickname; " Frenchy " Favorite Song: " Think Twice " Pet Saying: " Is That So? " Hobby: Playing Basketball JAMES BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, JR. Fairview, Virginia Ambition: Teacher Nickname: " Little Bro.” Favorite Song: " Tonight " Pet Saying: " O Boy " Hobby: Singing ISAIAH WILSON Cheriton, Virginia Ambition: Laboratory Technician Nickname: " Mike " Favorite Song: " Lost Love " Pet Saying: " Say Man " Hobby: Swimming ANNUAL STAFF STANDING, Left to Right: Jannie Patterson, Literary Editor; Lawrence Satchell, Advertising Sales Manager; Mary Rowley, Business Manager;Leonard Spady, Editor In Chief; Evelyn Satchell, Class Editor Lummie Morris, Copy Editor. SEATED: James Gunter, Assistant Editor; Geraldine Boyd, Social Editor Margaret Helm, Yearbook Sales Manager; Margie Stevens, Literary Editor; Kaiser Barnes, Sports Editor Ellen Goodwyn, Photographic Editor; Rudplph Custis, Art Editor (not shown). 7777T-?tv7?777??, SENIOR CLASS HISTORY We, the graduating class of 1961, entered Northampton County High School on September 2, 1956. We were divided into four sections by our principal, Mr. W. H. Smith and placed under the supervision of Mr. C. E, Jones, Miss E. E. Smaw, Mrs. M. B. Collins and Mrs. H. D, Upshur respectively. Under those teachers, we began our first year’s work with enthusiasm. We were represented in the Homecoming Festivities by Misses Gloria Spady, Carrie Weeks, Rosa Powell and Georgia Wynder. Also, we were represented in the May Day Festivities by Misses Mary Rowley, Margaret Lee (Miss May Day), Margaret Roane and Gladys Johnson. In September of 1957, we entered as Freshmen. Our advisors were Mr. E. Busch, Jr., Mrs. M, B. Collins, Miss A. J. Barber and Mr. J, Fields. We were represented in the Homecoming Festivities by Misses Bessie Burrows, Margie Stevens, Mabel Hallett and Ester Kates. We were represented in the May Day Festivities by Misses Carolyn Ayers (runner up), Ann Giddens, Lummie Morris and Gladys Johnson. During that year we made much progress and enjoyed our extra curricular activities. In September of 1958, we entered our school as sophisticated Sophomores and were more excited and eager to advance in our educational career. At the close of the term we were glad to know that our Sophomore year had been a success. Our homeroom teachers were Miss L. E. Upshur, Miss D. M. Turner, Miss J. Cumber and Mr, L. Burton, We were represented in the Homecoming Festivities by Misses Mary Rowley, Ann Giddens and Jannie Patterson. We were represented in the May Day Festivities by Misses Nancy Kenny, Deloris Wilkins and Sarah Rowley. We entered school in September 1959, as Junors and were placed under the supervision of the following teachers: Miss K. Y. Hayes, Mrs. N. Hastings, and Mr. K. Wright, We were represented in the Homecoming Festivities by Misses Evelyn Satchell, Carrie Weeks (runner up), and Mable Hallett. Also, we were represented in the May Day Festivities by Misses Dorothy Baines, Shirley Richardson and Sarah Rowley. All the things that we planned and accomplished were pointing toward our becoming the graduating class of 1961, In September 1960, we entered Northampton County High School as “Dignified Seniors”. We were divided into two sections by our Principal, Mr. W. H. Smith. Our advisors were Miss A, J. Barber and Mr. Odis Kornegay Jr. We were represented in the Homecoming Festivities by Miss Margaret K, Helm (Miss Homecoming) and Miss Deloris Onley. Upon reaching this year, we knew we were another step closer to our goal and future. To our parents, faculty and principal, we wish to express our grateful appreciation for the effort and time you have given us in the past that we might have success in the future. Margie Stevens, Historian SENIOR CLASS PRAYER We thank Thee Almighty God, for granting to us faith, courage and fortitude. We are humbly grateful to You oh! God, for our teachers, parents and friends, who have helped us, in their own way, to achieve this goal for which we have been striving. And Dear God, as we venture out into life, give us Your love, guidance and protection forevermore. Amen. Margaret Bray, Chaplain SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY As time marches on, let us march with it into the future. Be still! and you can see the members of the Class of “61” in their chosen professions. I see Tucker Spady and Charlie Starchia competing for the most valuable player on the Kenneth Reid Basketball team. Now I see that Shirley Richardson and Cleveland Smith are married and doing fine in their 32 room mansion. But guess who their servants are? Yes, they’re Deloris Foeman and Willie Crawford. Let us turn our attention towards Broadway. Playing at the Palace this week, is Moses Mapp, starring in “Mr. Wonderful”. This show is being produced and directed by the one time famous comedy team of Margaret Bray and Raleigh Upshur. Not so fortunate as these people is Rosa Powell. When Rosa Powell arrived in Hollywood to be a singer, she found the entire town deserted. It had gotten too hot there, due to the experiments conducted by the great scientists, James Williams and Melvin James. Here comes the President of the N.A.A.C.P., Margie Stevens, with her secretary, Viola Sample. They are on their way to Washington to make speeches on, “Are We Tired of Amos and Andy?” Bessie Burrows has opened a beauty salon. Her regular customers are: Ester Kates, Glora Wynder, Marva Stratton, James Moorefield, and Wilson Chandler, By the way, it is also a “Figure Control Salon”. Oh! Margaret Kaye Helm is now on the faculty of Northampton County High School, after turning down a job at our rival school in the next county. Sarah Rowley has also been hired as the secretary to the new principal, Mr. Leonard Spady, Jr, Ellen Goodwyn is now touring the state of Virginia making campaign speeches for her boss, Kiser Barnes, who is running for senator. Gloria Spady has employed the services of the great lawyer, Alfonso Walker to defend her. She is accused of eating doughnuts from Carrie Weeks’Doughnut Factory in Percellville, withou paying for them. Carrie’s detectives for the case are: Authur Ayers, Willie Johnson and Chief Otho Smith, Rudolph Custis is now an artist of great renown, with Isaiah Robinson as his assistant. His models are: Ruby Kellam, Margaret Roane, Betty Giddens and Martha Gulledge. The wealthy Mary Rowley, after marriage failure to Robert Mitchell, now makes frequent trips to Paris to have her nerves treated by Dr, Lummie Morris and Nurse Gloria Upshur. Wait! What is this we see? Elizabeth Lofland, a model for the Yellow Polka Dot Bikini Company, Also employed with the same company, is Regina Scarborough, Geraldine Boyd, and Louise Garrison. The company is owned by Caleb and John Collins. Jannie Patterson is now the head of a three room school. Her co-workers are, William Jackson and Beatrice Turner. The ex-football star, William Roselle, has retired to his Texas Cattle Ranch. His hired hands are: Elijah Williams, John Thomas and Floyd Kellam. The Famous musical duet, Carolyn Ayers and Thomas Sample, is touring the country with their manager, Dorothy Baines, Let us turn our attention to T.V. There is a new panel show on Channel 2,“Who’ll Smile Next”, starring Doretha Toyes, Delores Onley, Ernestine Jones, and Evelyn Satchell. Later that evening, you will be able to see Lawrence Satchell and Edward Satchell’s Farm Show. Martha Spady and Isaiah Wilson have finally reached the altar. Luvell James will perform the ceremony while Nancy Kenny sings, “O Promise Me”, The photographers, Alvis Rogers, Lorenza Thomas and Thomas Nottingham are on hand to take pictures of this event. Our smiling Used Car Dealers are: Leon Nock and Paul Townsend. They are ready to take your new car and give you an old one. You see, they need to see the eye doctor, Purnell Collins. We must stop now, for as time marches on, we grow tired and weary, and therefore, have to stop for rest. So, see you next year when we again search the unknown for the future professions of our classmates. Margaret K. Helm SENIOR CLASS WILL Carolyn Ayers wills her neatness to Hattie Andrews. Kiser Barnes wills his scholastic and athletic ability to Matthew Smith. Bessie Burrows wills her personality to Mae West. Moses Mapp wills his cool walk to Percell Nottingham. Geraldine Boyd wills her hair styles to Barbara Powell. Raleigh Upshur wills his ability to play basketball to Percell Nottingham. Deloris Onley wills her medium weight to Ellen Pettyjohn. Charlie Starchia wills his good luck to Percell Nottingham. Gloria Upshur wills her height to Deloris Carpenter. Otha Smith wills his romantic technique to Herbert Allen. Dorothy Baines wills her shapely figure to Hattie Andrews. Cleveland Smith wills his height to James Bailey. Louise Garrison wills her hair styles to Audrey Finney. Edward Satchell wills Blanche Simpkins to David Coles. Regina Scarborough wills her neatness to Marqueena Adair. Willie Crawford wills his smooth talk to girls to David Coles. Sarah Rowley wills her petite neatness in her clothes to Bessie Moses. Purnell Collins wills his nerves and courage to play football to Matthew Smith. Doretha Toyes wills her medium height to Shirley Mitchell. Fred Tankard wills his ability to read to George Johnson. Ruby Kellam wills her shapely figure to Ellen Pettyjohn, Alfonso Walker wills his ability to play basketball to James Gunter. Jannie Patterson wills her pleasant personality to Joyce Smith. Isaiah Wilson wills his ability to grow a mustache to Ernest Powell. Rosa Powell wills her ability to match colors to Mae West, hoping she will use it wisely. Elijah Williams wills his complexion to Arthur Barnes. John Collins wills his scholastic ability to Samuel Weeks. Deloris Foeman wills her lady like ways to Clara Upshur. William Jackson wills his music and band ability to Charles Sample. Gloria Wynder wills her height to Shirley Mitchell. Alvis Rogers wills his ability to play end to Charles Matthews. Margaret Roane wills her dance steps to Clara Upshur. Thomas Sample wills his ability to be captain to Robert Satchell. Margaret Helm wills her bulky sweater to Betty Ayers because she admires it so. Mary Rowley wills her ability to play guard to Barbara PowelL Carrie Weeks wills her ability to mind her own business to Cora Upshur, hoping she will use it before it’s too late. Gloria Spady wills her pleasing personality to Corrine Smith. Martha Gulledge wills her nice ways to Julia Hickman. Martha Spady wills her hair styles to Joyce Smith. Elizabeth Lofland wills her studious ability to Gloria Smith. Evelyn Satchell wills her pleasing personality to Delores Carpenter. Nancy Kenny wills her books to Betty Ayers. Ester Kates wills her dance steps to Gloria Smith. Ellen Goodwyn wills her French book to Cora Upshur, hoping she wHl benefit by it as much as she has. Lummie Morris wills her sweet voice to Helen Harmon, Earnestine Jones wills her lady-like manners to Bessie Moses. Marva Stratton wills her quietness to Joyce Spady. Beatrice Turner wills her EngUsh book to Burley Taylor. Betty Giddens wills her quietness to Joyce Smith. Caleb Collins wills his scholastic ability to Charles Matthews. Leonard Spady wills his pleasant personality to Lucy Thompson. James Moorefield wills his ability to play tackle to Walter Dozier. Tucker Spady wills his waHt and height to James Bailey. L n Nock wills his dance steps to Elton Nock, Luvell James wills his Government book to Wesley Kellam, James Williams wills his singing ability to Tyrone Beach. Margaret Bray wills her dramatic ability to Chester Trower. Melvin James wills his athletic ability to Harrison Satchell. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Kiser Barnes VICE-PRESIDENT Berkley Collins SECRETARY Lummie Morris TREASURER Ester Kates PARLIAMENTARIAN Alfonso Walker SENIOR CLASS POEM WE ' LL NEVER FORGET YOU OLE N. C. H. S. No matter how outstanding the goal we achieve, No matter how great someday we may be, No matter how important the task we may do, Dear N. C. H. S., weT1 never forget you. We’ll never forget our teachers so dear. As we sat at our desk waiting to hear A lesson on something we did not know. That would help us reach our highest goal. We’ll never forget our reverent voice. And the sweet melody of our chorus. As we knelt and bowed to pray To ask the Lord, " Help us on our way. ’’ We might forget the place where we sat. Such trifles can find no nest. But we’ll never forget the days that were best When we attended Ole N. C. H. S. Kiser Barnes CLASS SONG Dear Northampton High the time has come For us to sing our farewell song. We’ll ever hold your standards high. Farewell! Farewell! Northampton High. HISTORIAN To our principal, and teachers too Your patience we will ne’re forget. We will ne’er forget the things we’ve learned During our stay here at dear Northampton High. REFRAIN Farewell to thee! Farewell to thee! Northampton High, we bid you fond farewell! Farewell to thee! Farewell to thee! Until we meet again. Tune: " Aloha Oe " Composed by: Carolyn Ayers Earnestine Jones ASST. SECRETARY Evelyn Satchell BUSINESS MGR. William Jackson CHAPLAIN Carolyn Ayers SGT. AT ARMS Wilson Chandler SENIOR SUPERLATIVES I MOST Luvelle James Evelyn Satchell BEST CITIZEN John Collins Beatrice Turner BEST COUPLE KINDEST Cleveland Smith Shirley Richardson SMALLEST Delores Foeman Leonard Spady Caleb Collins Ernestine Jones MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Margaret Helm Kiser Barnes CUTEST Cleveland Smith Rosa Powell LARGEST SHORTEST James Moorefield Bessie Burrows Melvin James Marva Stratton BEST ATHLETES Alfonso Walker Mary Rowley TALLEST Gloria Wynder Pernell Collins BEST SINGER Kiser Barnes Carolyn Ayers SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BEST STUDENTS Kiser Barnes Jannie Patterson BEST SPEAKER Kiser Barnes Ellen Goodwyn MOST SERIOUS MOST TALENTED Moses Mapp Margaret Bray BEST DANCER Moses Mapp Delores Onley MOST TALKATIVE CALMEST John Collins Lummie Morris MOST COOPERATIVE Ellen Goodwyn James Williams MOST POPULAR BEST SHAPE and PHYSIQUE Beatrice Turner Purnell Collins BEST PERSONALITY Caleb Collins Ernestine Jones NEATEST James Moorefield Elizabeth Lofland Raleigh Upshur Jannie Patterson Sarah Rowley Alfonso Walker Moses Mapp Carrie Weeks I JUNIOR A CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Walter Sample VICE-PRESIDENT Clarence Arnold SECRETARY TREASURER Gerald Boyd Robert Satchell REPORTER Barber Powell I BUSINESS MANAGER We, the members of Junior " A " Class entered Northampton County High School under the super¬ vision of Miss Geraldine Dixon, with a great deal of enthusiasm for our future success. To the Graduating Class of ’61, we extend these lines as a guide for future endeavors, " Man never fails, He just gives up. " Matthew Smith JUNIOR B CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Hattie Collins VICE-PRESIDENT Chester Trower SECRETARY Shirley Mitchell TREASURER Tyrone Beach CHAPLAIN We the members of the Junior " B " Section en¬ tered Northampton County High School in September 1960 under the capable guidance of our homeroom teacher, Mrs. M. B. Collins. We have high hopes and aspirations for a bright and successful future. We feel with the guidance here we will have a better chance to attain our goals. We were represented in our Annual Homecom¬ ing Activities by Miss Brenda Morris. To the Seniors of ' 61, " You have reached the first plateau; strive on; success will be yours " . BUSINESS MANAGER Shirley Satchell Class of ' 62 Thomas Giddens JUNIOR C CLASS PRESIDENT P. Nottingham CHAPLAIN CLASS OFFICERS VICE-PRESIDENT Samuel Weeks SECRETARY Helen Harmon We, the members of the IIC class entered this school term with much interest and an earnest desire to achieve. We are being aided in this effort by the guidance and leadership of our Homeroom Teacher, Mr. V. Adair, to whom we owe much appreciation and gratitude. To the members of the Graduating Class we extend our best wishes for success and achievement in your future undertakings. TREASURER James Gunter PARUAMENTARIAN Connie Upshur Lafayette Stevens CAMPUS SNAPS : ji ' 7 omorGS ' ® f ' .f SOPHOMORE A CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Joseph Beckett VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY James Stanley Joyce Richardson BUSINESS MANAGER The members of the Sophomore " A " Section are eagerly arising at the dawn of this new school year. We will think of it as though life has just be¬ gun, We will cancel and bury our failures, concern¬ ing ourselves only with today. To the outgoing Seniors, we give these words of cheer- " Go forth, brave heart! Attain! Attain! Virgil Press TREASURER Minnie Doggett PARLIAMENTARIAN 4 Mignon Holland SOPHOMORE B CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Patricia Scott VICE-PRESIDENT Andrea Downing SECRETARY Mary Fisher TREASURER Barbara Wynder CHAPLAIN We the members of the Sophomore B Section entered Northampton County High School on Septem¬ ber 1, 1960. We are looking forward to a wonderful school term, Mr. Edward Busch, Jr. was assigned as our homeroom teacher. To the Senior Class we wish to extend this quotation for a guide to future endeavors. " Good, Better and best, never let it rest. Until the good is better and the better is best. " May you have success in all your endeavors in life. PARLIAMENTARIAN Willie Patterson Ida Harmon SOPHOMORE C CLASS PRESIDENT Clara Harmon CLASS OFFICERS VICE-PRESIDENT Alvin Bailey SECRETARY Rachel Smith TREASURER Edmonia Satchell REPORTER CHAPLAIN As the school year of 1960-61 began, we en¬ tered Northampton County High School as members of the Sophomore C Class under the guidance of Mr. F. W. Brickhouse, our homeroom teacher. We are striving to attain greater heights in our educational endeavors in order that we may meet the challenging world of tomorrow unafraid. Our motto is " Prepare today for the problems of tomorrow " . To the Graduating Class of 1961 we extend our best wishes for a successful future. Jeffrey Turner Harry Hines SOPHOMORE D CLASS iir.:: ■■; umi ! iih. 1 ... a,.. ' 1 1 ■ i- •. - ■ CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Blanche Simpkins VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY Thomas Lecato Betty Nottingham TREASURER Frank Ivey CHAPLAIN We, the Sophomore " D " Class, entered the Northampton County High School, September 1, 1960. We were assigned to Mrs, B. M. Ervin as our home¬ room teacher. Through class cooperation and guidance we are striving to make this, our Sophomore Year, a success¬ ful and memorable one. To the graduating class of 1961, we wish you success and a bright future. BUSINESS MANAGER Flora Burrows John Jones men FRESHMAN A CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Marga Rogers VICE-PRESIDENT William House SECRETARY Lavern Sample TREASURER Shirley Press CHAPLAIN We, the members of Freshman " A " Class, en¬ tered Northampton County High School September 1, 1960, under the supervision of Mrs. L. U. Kornegay. We will strive to do our best and accomplish our goals for this year under her supervision. We would like to extend our best wishes for success, happiness and prosperity to the Class of 1961. PARLIAMENTARIAN Arthur Wynder Eugene Downing FRESHMAN B CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Marie Dunton VICE-PRESIDENT Thomas Graves SECRETARY Abrian Smaw TREASURER Mary Weeks CHAPLAIN ASSISTANT SECRETARY We, the members of the Freshman " B " Class, enrolled at Northampton County High School on Sep¬ tember 1, 1960, with Mr. WilliamSisco as our home¬ room teacher. Since that time, we have participated in several school activities. Our Miss Homecoming Contestant was Miss Mary M. Weeks. We are anxiously anticipating our May Day Activities. To the members of the Graduation Class of 1961, we hope that each of you may find happiness and success in the future. Ella Giddens Dornell Bailey FRESHMAN C CLASS PRESIDENT Alfonso Cottrell CLASS OFFICERS VICE-PRESIDENT Joel Trower SECRETARY Evelyn Stevens TREASURER Nancy Dunton CHAPLAIN John Smaw On September 1, 1960, we the members of Freshman " C " Class entered North ampton County HighSchool with great determination and enthusiasm to make this school term a success. Under the super¬ vision of our homeroom teacher, Mr. C. L. Brick- house, we are putting forth all efforts to achieve a higher education. With the vast changing world, we are striving to become better citizens and leaders for a brighter future. Our representative in the Annual Homecoming was Miss Evelyn Stevens. To the members of the Graduating Class, we hope you will excel in all your endeavors. BUSINESS MANAGER Anthony Mitchell FRESHMAN D CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Earl Powell VICE-PRESIDENT Brenda Ames SECRETARY Alfonso Johnson TREASURER Elmar Dozier CHAPLAIN We, the members of Freshman " D " Class return¬ ed to Northampton County High School September 1, 1960, with a big smile upon our faces. We are aware of our purpose here and are be¬ coming more interested in our class work. We were glad to be under the guidance of Miss Gloria Brown, our homeroom teacher for 1960-61 school year. Miss Clara Watts represented us in the Home¬ coming this year. We hope the eight grades of 1960- 61 a very successful future. To the Senior Class, we wish for you the best, we are happy that you will leave us the " Light House " to follow. BUSINESS MANAGER Lowell Fitchett Thomas Spady iL. i As EIGHT A CLASS PRESIDENT Anthony Custis CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT OFFICERS SECRETARY Georgia Goodwyn Corlee Lane ASSISTANT SECRETARY Margaret Monroe CHAPLAIN PARLIAMENTARIAN " At last we made it " were the words uttered by most of us as the doors of Northampton County High school opened to us on September 1, 1960. Under the supervision of our homeroom teacher, Mrs. M. D. Cherry, we shall strive diligently to maintain the objectives and goals that will contribute to the improvement of our educational development. To the dignitaries of 1961, we the members of Eight Grade " A " Section, wish to leave the following thought with you: " The only way to make a dream come true is to wake up and work " . Larry Wright Russell Spady EIGHT B CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Charles Baker VICE-PRESIDENT Gloria Goffigon SECRETARY Delois Satchell TREASURER William Spady CHAPLAIN BUSINESS MANAGER We, the members of the Eight " B " Class, en¬ tered Northampton County High School on September 1, 1960. We were assigned to room 42, with Miss F. J. Stephenson as our homeroom teacher. It is our aim to uphold our Alma Mater by being cooperative with our teachers and fellow students. We are proud to say that outclass is represented on the Honor Roll, in the Student Council and the School Chorus. Carolyn Roselle Felton Sessoms EIGHT C CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Clifford Andrews VICE-PRESIDENT Landus Harmon SECRETARY TREASURER Bobbie Burton Harry Giddens SERGEANT AT ARMS Kay Ann James The members of Eight ”C " Section represent most of the elementary schools in Ncrthampton County. We have become one class interested in higher education. Mr. John B. Cook is our homeroom teacher. For our Graduating Seniors, we wish the best of the best and hope to follow you in 1965. BUSINESS MANAGER Roland Kelley EIGHT D CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Roman Lewis VICE-PRESIDENT Pauline Giddens SECRETARY Betty Beckett TREASURER Clarence Satchell REPORTER On September 1, 1959, we entered Northampton County High School with great enthusiasm and am¬ bition. We were assigned to " Eight D " Section under the capable supervision of our homeroom teacher, Mr. Kirby Wright. For our Homecoming Festivities we were re¬ presented by Miss Pauline Giddens and for May Day we were represented by Miss Betty Beckett. We wish to extend to the seniors much success and happiness in the future. CHAPLAIN Margaret Batson Ida P. White EIGHT E CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Anglo Peace Delma Batson Stella James Andrew Bull ASSISTANT SECRETARY Wyomie Reid CHAPLAIN We, the Eight " E " Section of Northampton County High School are molding our Character and Personality to cope with our changing society. As we press forward, we will always remember the surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed. To the members of the Graduating Class of 1961, we extend our best wishes for success in your every undertaking. Larry Ames I CAMPUS SNAPS STUDENT COUNCIL The Northampton County High School Student Council started this year with new hope and objectives for 1960-61. The council’s members set for their main objectives the following: 1. To purchase Student Council Buttons for each member. 2. To attend the District and State Student Council meetings. 3. To make it our campaign to ask the student body for a donation towards the Athletic Field Bleachers. The officers for 1960-61 are: Ellen Goodwyn, President; Mignon Holland, Secretary; Barbara Wynder, Assistant Secretary; Rosa Powell, Business Manager; Charles Matthews, Treasurer; Cora Upshur, Chaplain; Mr. Odis Kornegay, Advisor. To the graduating class of 1961, we extend our congratulations for having reached your second educational goal. Continue to climb the ladder of success. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA We the members of the Future Teachers of America Club started the year with a strong determination to reach our goal--to be a good teacher. We are very proud to have the State F.T.A. President, Leonard Spady, and the State Vice-President, Ellen Goodwyn elected from our chapter. Officers: Leonard Spady, President; Jannie Patterson, Vice-President; Margaret K. Helm, Secretary; Ellen Goodwyn, Treasurer; Miss F. J, Stephenson, Sponsor. DRAMATIC CLUB i The Dramatic Club of Northampton County High School under the direction of Miss C. Y. Hayes, is looking forward to a successful year. Officers: President, James Gunter; Vice-President, Percell Nottingham; Secretary, Barbara Wynder; Student Directors, MignonHolland and Alfonser Walker; Director, Miss C. Y. Hayes. To the Seniors we say: “Its what we learn after we think we know it all that counts’ . ENGLISH CLUB “Put Reading Into Orbit” and “Tackle That English” are the ultimate goals of the English club for the current year 1960-61. We, the members of the English Club, have planned many enriching and interesting activities that will improve our reading skills and the command of the “Mother Tongue”, The following activities have been planned: 1. Assembly Program (Parliamentary Procedure) 2. “Spelling Bee” (To improve students spelling ability) 3. Oratorical Contest (To evaluate students degree of creativity) 4. St. Patrick’s Dance (Improve poise and mannerisms of the student) To the departing members of our family, we wish to leave the following thought with you: “When you begin to coast, you know that you are on the down grade”. NHA CHAPTER OFFICERS BACK ROW, Standing, Left to Right; Geraldine Boyd, Treasurer; Evelyn Satchell, Chaplain; Willie Patterson, Parliamentarian; EUen Goodwyn, Chairman of Program; JanniePatterson, President; Ernestine Jones, Historian. FRONT ROW; Mrs. I. J. Williams, Advisor; Mae Ann West, Assistant Secretary; Brenda Bailey, Reporter; Roberta White, Historian; Patricia Scott, Secretary; Bessie Burrows, Reporter; Barbara Baker, Vice-President. NHA CHAPTER ADVISORS The Northampton Chapter of New Homemakers of America Advisors: Mrs. F. T. Allen, Chapter Mother; Mrs. I. J. Williams and Mrs, A, J. Godwin. NEW HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The members of the New Homemakers of America, which is one of the worlds largest youth organ¬ izations, realize that they are functioning in a world that is very different and full of opportunities and challenges. We have tried to gear our program to changing world and community conditions so that our members will become fully aware of current situations and accept each opportunity as a challenge whether in the home or community. Congratulations Class of ’61. Go forth to help lead the land you love, uphold our highest standards of strength and sacrifice and thank God for his blessings. SCIENCE CLUB The Northampton County Science Club was organized in 1958 under the supervision of Mrs. E. U. Jones. Since then our club has progressed and the students have shown a great deal of enthusiasm for this club. Our aims and objectives are: 1. To develop a scientific mind 2. To become acquainted with the many branches of science 3. To develop an understanding of scientific principles and be able to apply them to daily life. 4. To stimulate reflective thinking. 5. To develop a scientific attitude and appreciation for science. The present officers are: President, Clarence Arnold; Vice-President, Charles Roane; Secretary, Geneva Griffin; Treasurer, Ann K. Brickhouse; Parliamentarian, James Gunter; Advisor, Mr, Calvin Brickhouse. tm. NFA CHAPTER OFFICERS STANDING, Left to Right: Charles Sample, Chaplain; Curtis Fartherly, Historian; Lawrence Satchell, President; Wilson Chandler, Vice-President; Robert Satchell, Secretary; Floyd Kellam. Reporter; John Thomas, Treasurer; Matthew Smith, Parliamentarian; Luvell James, Watchman; Alvin Bailey, Assistant Secretary; Mr. C. N. Williams, Advisor. NEW FARMERS OF AMERICA The Northampton N.F. A. Chapter is built around the development of rural leaders. The underclassmen of the Northampton N.F. A. Chapter are very proud of the chapters’ menabers of the Graduating Class who have served as officers, chairman of committees and as representatives for the chapter and school at various gatherings. To the members of the Graduating Class of 1961, we extend our wishes for your success and happiness in your every endeavor as you face the trials of life. LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS Le Circle Francais began functioning immediately after the commencing of the school year. Last year’s work seems to have revolutionized and awakened the interest of many of our students. This year, for the first time in the school’s history, we have enrolled in our French Club and French Classes sixty students. Our objectives are many, but our major one is to learn and foster a better understanding of France and the F rench people. Our officers are as follows: President, Alfonso Walker; Vice-President, Clarence Arnold; Secretary, Ellen Goodwyn; Treasurer, Barber Wynder; Advisor, Mrs. B. M. Ervin. HONOR SOCIETY The Northampton County Honor Society was organized in September 1957 under the supervision of Mr. F. W. Brickhouse. We became charter members of the National Honor Society in 1960. With the cooperation of each member, our organization is continually moving forward. The officers are: President, Margaret Helm; Vice-President, Clarence Arnold; Secretary, Clara Upshur; Treasurer, Cora Upshur; Chaplain, Kiser Barnes; Parliamentarian, Alfonso Walker; Advisor, Mr. F. W. Brickhouse. To the graduating class, we extend our congratulations and hopes for a successful future. The Mathematics Club of Northampton County High School was organized during the school term of 1958-59 Since that time the club has progressed rapidly. Last year we were represented in the Second District Science and Mathematics Congress. We won second place in the General Mathematics Test. Our club consists of persons who have shown ability in mathematics and have genuine interest in the . subjects. The officers for the year are: Carrie Weeks, President; Margie Stevens, Vice-President; Margaret Helm, Secretary-Treasurer; Elizabeth Lofland, Chaplain; Charles Roane, Business Manager; James Gunter, Sergeant-at-Arms; Mrs. M. B. Collins, Advisor. To the Seniors, we would like to leave this thought: “A thing is complicated because we imagine it is so until understood ’. The Social Studies Club was organized in September 1958. Inasmuch as it was a new organization, we were faced with few problems. This year we will present our Annual Negro History Program, and will take a trip to Washington, D.C. The purpose of our club is to get the student body more interested in Social Studies, and to encourage them to develop new ideas. We extend our heartiest congratulations and sincere wishes for a prosperous future to the graduating class of 1961. MATHEMATICS CLUB SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB CHORUS The Chorus under the direction of Mr. Edward Busch, Jr. has had a most prosperous year. The Christmas Program was quite successful. The Chorus also had a Mass Musical Recital with Mary N. Smith High School Chorus. We extend our heartiest congratulations and sincere wishes for a prosperous future to the Graduating Class of 1961. HIGH SCHOOL BAND The N.C.H.S. Band though a small organization participated in our Annual Homecoming Activities. It was a thrilling experience for this organization. We are looking forward to having a larger and better organization during the years which lie ahead. We extend to the Class of ’61 best wishes for a successful future. LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club, a highly recognized service organization, is striving to better itself. We as a volunteered group are greatly interested in the progress of the library. As a group of workers, we have the following officers: President, Margaret K, Helm; Vice-President, Nina Sample; Secretary, Carrie Weeks; Assistant Secretary, Ann K. Brickhouse; Treasurer, Patricia Scott; Business Manager, Geneva Griffin; Chaplain, Rosa Powell; Advisor, Miss D. M. Turner. To the Senior Class, “Strive diligently to obtain your goal”. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Our chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America was organized October 1960, with Mrs. L. U. Kornegay as the advisor. We organized with the hope of becoming better prepared to take our places in the business world. The production of “The Lighthouse”, our school newspaper, is our major project for this school year. We are striving eagerly to make this, 1960-61, a successful year. The officers are as follows: President, Margaret K. Helm; Vice-President, Cora Upshur; Secretary, Jannie Patterson; Treasurer, Carolyn Ayres; Chaplain, Helen Harmon; Business Manager, Geneva Griffin; Parliamentarian, Charles Matthews; Advisor, Mrs. L. U. Kornegay. To the graduating class of 1961, we extend our very best wishes; and we hope that you will reach the apex of your expectations. CAFETERIA STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Betty Giddens, Mrs, Sallie Seaton and Mrs. Cordelia Custis. JANITORIAL STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. David Satchell and Mr. James Thomas. SAFETY PATROL CLUB STANDING, Left to Right; Mr. James Jordan, Mr. Aulton Poulson, Mr. Jacob Burton, Mr. David Bailey, Mr. Jerome Stanford, Mr. Patrick Bannister and Mr. Bennie Satchell. KNEELING: Mr. Charles Wescott, Mr. George Treherne, Mr. James Spady and Mr. Richard Kellam. The Safety Patrol Club works for the safety of the students of Northampton County High School. We strive to serve our school on the campus with fire drills, and with safety measures in the school and on the campus; and en route home by stopping traffic for our bus riders, and watching at railroad cross¬ ings, The Patrol Club members are selected with the hope that they will set an example for the rest of the student body. Our officers are: Otho Smith, Captain; Lieutenant, Walter Sample; Secretary, William Rosselle; Advisor, Mr. J. B. Cook. N.C.H.S. BUS DRIVERS CAMPUS SNAPS f.tll CHEERLEADERS The Cheerleaders, this year under the direction of Mrs. N. Hastings, have done a good job in develop¬ ing school spirit. Our motto is: “Man never fails; he just gives up”. Pictured above left to right: Minnie Rov ley, Lummie Morris, Ellen Goodwyn, Nina Sample, Helen Harmon and Brenda Bailey. DANCE GROUP Serving as an extra-curricular activity, the Modern Dance Group of Northampto County High School plays an active part in the social activities of the school. This group strives towards cultural and social graces through dance. We have made appearances for various talent shows held at the school and at intermissions during the Junior-Senior Prom. Shown above are: Minnie Rowley, Lummie Morris, Ellen Goodwyn, Nina Sn . pie, Helen Harmon, Brenda Bailey, (not shown) Betty Ayers, Clarence Arnold, Evelyn Baines, Moses M . jp, Mattie Rawlings, Clara Upshur, Connie Upshur, Cora Upshur, Otho Smith, Shirley Mitchell, Barban Wynder and Delores Carpenter. VARSITY BASKETBALL 1961 Season’s Record: Won six and lost twelve under the tutelage of Mr. L, Burton, head coach and Mr. K. Wright assistant coach. Team members left to right: Moses Mapp, Samuel Weeks Captain, Thomas Sample, Tucker Spady, Charles Matthews, Cleveland Smith, Kaiser Barnes, Charlie Starchia, Coach Leonard Burton, Missing are: Robert Satchell, Alfonso Walker, Percell Nottingham, James Gunter, Leonard Spady and Eugene Andrews. MISS HOMECOMING I960 Our “Miss Homecoming” for 1960-61, Miss Margaret K, Helm, is shown here, (with representatives from various high schools throughout Virginia and Maryland)on High School Homecoming Day, at Maryland ! ' State College. Miss Helm is fourth from the left. , FOOTBALL TEAM The football teams’ record, under the tutelage of Mr. L. Burton, head coach, Mr. O. Kornegay, backfield coach, and Mr. V. Adair, line coach, was: Won 3 and Lost 3. FRONT ROW: Mr. L. Burton, Head Coach; Eugene Dov ning, William Rowley, Ollie Kates, Alvin Tucker, Haywood Rogers, Bobby Jones, Authur Ayers, William Roselle, Booker Wynder and Clarence Arnold, trainer. SECOND ROW: Grover Fields, Burley Morris, James Moorefield, Matthew Smith, Walter Barnes, Manchester Cottrell, Walter Dozier, Lafayette Stevens, Frank Smith, Joseph Beckett, Calvin Green, Authur Wynder. STANDING: John Smaw, Trainer; Robert Mitchell, Thomas Sample, Captain; Alvis Rogers, Percell Nottingham, Robert Satchell, Tucker Spady, Cleveland Smith, Wilson Chandler, Kiser Barnes, Chalres Matthews, Purnell Collins, Co-Captain; Charlie Starchia, Trainer; Mr. Odis Kornegay, Backfield Coach, NOT SHOWN: Mr. V. Adair, Line Coach and Alfonso Walker. HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES Miss Homecoming of 1960, Miss Margaret K. Helm, was crowned by our Principal, Mr. W. H, Smith, before a cheering crowd of students, alumni and visitors. Miss Helm was escorted by Leonard Spady. Pictured above: Purnell Collins, Co-Captain; “Miss Junior”, Audrey Wright; “Miss Sopho¬ more”, Mignon Holland; “Miss Homecoming”, Margaret Helm; Principal, Mr. W. H. Smith; Escort, Leonard Spady; “Miss Freshman”, Mary Weeks; “Miss Eighth Grade”, Evon Powell; Captain, Thomas Sample. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM Pictured above: Carrie Weeks, Mary Rowley, Barbara Baker, Barbara Wynder, Ellen Goodwyn, and Barbara Powell. 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Henry, Proprietor Nassawadox Virginia Compliments BEN FRANKLIN STORES Phone Gl 2-6173 Nassawadox Virginia Comp 1 iments LA FAYETTE STEVENS MOBIL SERVICE STATION General Oi 1 SOCONY-VACUUM Repairs -Notions Phone CC 406 J 1 On Route 13 Kiptopeke, Virginia Mobile Comp 1 imen ts PENINSULA MOTORS Comp 1 imen ts Phone Cape Charles 208 Cape Charles Virginia Compliments NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY NORTHAMPTON COUNTY TRUST BANK Cape Charles Virginia Cape Charles Virginia NORTHAMPTON SERVICE STATION RAYMOND SPADY, PROPRIETOR Fig Street Mason Avenue Phone Cape Charles 8 We have all name Brand Accessories for your automobile Northampton County ' s only agent for quality U.S. Royal Products Tires to fit your automobile Batteries of all sizes, 6 Volts, 12 Volts and 8 Volts Texaco Gasoline and Oil Cars washed, oil changed, greased and polished Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1961 Across From Ice Plant In Cape Charles, Virginia Compl imerits FOREMOST AND DOLLY MADISON ICE CREAM FOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. Laurel Delaware Compliments Compliments THE SMITHFIELD PACKING COMPANY, INC. Seventh Grade " A " Section Mrs. E. S. Helm, Teacher Mr. C. E. Arnold, Principal CAPEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Luter ' s Genuine Smithfield Hams Smithfield Virginia Congratulat ions To The Graduating Class Comp I imen ts TIP TOP FOOD STORES B B MARKET We Deliver Phone OR 8-5505 Eas tv i 1 1 e Virginia 5C and lOd Comp 1 imen ts PARK ' S SELF SERVICE AND $1 .00 and Up Ben Frank! in Exmore Virginia Comp 1 imen ts ETZ JEWELERS Every Graduate Deserves Something Special Something From The Jewe1 er ' s Is A 1 ways Specia 1 Come In and See Our Display Phone Cape Charles 312 Cape Charles Virginia Comp 1 imen ts A. H. 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