Stewartsville High School - Crossroads Yearbook (Goodview, VA)
- Class of 1956
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1 ' STEWARTSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
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We have come to the close of four years of high school
life that occupyaunique place in our life span, In many ways
these represent our happiest and most profitable days. The
friendships that we have formed will last through the future
The Annual Staff has, in these few pages, tried to capture
some part s of the work, the play, the seriousness and the
gaiety which have made our high school days a magic time.
We hope that as you turn through the pages of the Crossroads
in the years to come, it will bring the joy ofreminiscence to
all who remember the Class of 1956.
To our beloved teachers, we say "Thanks for your pa-
tience with the staff and for your gracious attitude toward
making our school days a success."
We appreciate the kindness and the understanding that
our parents have shown during our school days, "Thanks,
dear parents, for helping us to graduate."
Although we will leave Stewartsville High School to take
our positions in life, we'll take many treasured memories
Ch, Stewartsville is the school that we adore
With all its loyalty and fame. We will yell till
we can yell no more for tha.t's our highest aim,
rah, rah, rah, rah. We'l1 sing the praises of
the green and gold, for we will voice its virtues
loud and long, for we ar e here without a care
or sigh,you and I, to greet old Stewartsville Hi.
We, the Senior Class, in appreciation for all the under-
standing, patience, and guidance bestowed on us in our past
school days, do in this year, 1956, dedicate this volume of
"The Crossroads" to Mr. and Mrs.,Este1 Hensley. Not only
have they been excellent teachers, but understanding friends
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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . . .
ASSISTANT EDITOR . .
ASSISTANT BUS. MGR. .
FEATURE EDITOR . . .
SNAPSHOT EDITOR . .
CIRCULATION MGR. . .
ASSISTANT CIR. MGR. .
ADVERTISING MGRS. .
SPONSOR . . . . .
Business Manager . .
. . . Joyce Truman
. . Norma Williams
. . . Shirley Wheeler
. . June Flowers
. . Clara Booth
. . . . Arline Sears
. . . Peggy DeLong
. . . Harold Holdren
. . . Deanna Wagner
. Martha Arrington
. . Joyce Robertson
Mr. Given came to Stewartsville High School
from Fries,Virginia. He has unselfishly given to
the student body his understanding and guidance.
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Mrs. Lois Hensley Mr. Este1E. Hensley
Mrs. Nancy Falls
Mrs. Mary C. Given
s. Nellie Blount
Mr. Maurice Given
Miss Nancy Teass
Mrs, Christine Hud
Mrs .Irene Ch
Miss Marjorie Koste
VICKIE WHEELER KATHY DeLONG
Halloween Baby Queen Runner-Up
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Dorothy St. Clair
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Betty Lou Simmons
Always tellinga joke . . nice personality . . dis-
likes teasing . . likes peanut butter sandwiches
with a little pickle . .-Ambition is to be a top
notch secretary' . . always watching for Conrad.
l955-56- Beta Club: Annual Staff, Advertising
MARTHA LEE ARRINGTON
: F.H.A.5 Glee Club
: F.H.A.g Glee Club President
: Beta Clubg Glee Club Presidentg Vice-
President, Junior Class
1 Manager, Prophecy
Nicknamed "Clarabelle" by our coac h . . her
school spirit had no end . , ranked high as a bas-
ketball player , . Afriend of all . .And ., , always
fun to be with.
Glee Clubg F.H.A.9 Soft Ball Teamg
F.H.A.3 Basketball Teamg Volleyball
Teamg 4-H Club
Volleyball T e am g Basketball Teamg
Basketball T e am 5 Volleyball Teamg
Monogram Clubg Asst.Chief Observer,
Ground Observer Corp.
CLARA JANE BOOTH W1
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Likes hillbilly music and wrestling . . dislikes
opera singing . . makesfriends easily . .likable
girl . . always smiling . . mostly seen in the halls
talking to s ome boy . . plans to be a secretary
or join Waves . . does not go steady.
Ground Observer Corps
ONA LOUISE BUSH
LOIS MILDRED CHANEY
Lois is a very likable per son . . Transferred
from William Fleming . . She likes hillbilly and
popular music . . isn't engaged or going steady,
but just wait . . she will be! . . She is nice and
friendly to everyone.
Junior Red Crossg F.H.A.3 Y Teensg
Vice-President of Class
Glee Clubg Future Teachers: Y Teensg
F.H.A,g Y Teens
Y Teensg F.H.A.3 G.A.A.
F.H.A.g Glee Club
A short little guy with more than "personality-
plus" . . always has a smilefor you . . a basket-
ball player that just Won't quit, because he's the
"do or die"type . . he's afriend of all . . always
has ajoke for those who are ready to listen . . his
favorite pastime is "fooling with that Hot Ply-
mouth ' '.
FREDERICK DAY DEARING
4-H Club: Junior Club Leader
4-H Club, Secretary
Basketball T e am Q Volleyball Team,
K.V.G.: 4-H Club, President
4-H Club, Vice-President: Basketball
Team, co-Captaing Volleyball Team
Senior C la s s President: Monogram
Clubg K.V.G., Assistant Crew Leader
Asweeter gal you cannot find . . she shares your
joys and your tr oubled mind . . l'll give you a tip. .
to find her, look for fTinkl Luck, and Skip,
1951-52: Glee Club, 4-H Club
1952-53: Glee Clubg F.,H.A.g 4-H Club
1953-54: Glee Clubg 4-H Club
1954-55: Glee Clubg Volleyball Team, Cheer-
leaderg 4-H Club, song leader, F.H.A.
Club, 4-H Club
PEGGY SUE DeLONG
She is a senior that's tall in height . . would be
most likely found in the library studying Chemis-
try . . but when it comes to homework thatis what
she dislikes. . she never lets a conversation drag
fas we all knowl . . her plans after graduation are
to go into training for a special nurse.
1954-55: Volleyball Team
1955-56: Glee Clubg Ground Observer Corps
ALMA RUTH FERGUSON
DORIS JUNE FLOWERS
Here's a person with all the characteristics a girl
needs . . Blonde Hair and blue eyes . . Always
laughing and joking with Shirley Wheeler . . Dis-
likes homework, especially when a certain sailor
is around . . Doesn't like cooking and sewing . ,
Planning on being a secretary,
4-H Clubg F.H.A.
Glee Clubg Annual Staff, Feature Editor
Shirley undoubtedly is a genius . .listens and says Harold is active in all sports . . county basketball
little . . Ambition, to graduate and own car . . star . . Well liked . . dry wit and slow drawl . .
spontaneous poetry seldom revealed . . no steady favorite class, studyball . . most likely seen with
boy friend. Louise at Toots Drive-ln.
1955-56: Glee Clubg Class Poem
SHIRLEY MAE FOUTZ
HAROLD ANDERSON HALDREN
B a s e b a ll Teamg Basketball Teamg
Track Teamg Volleyball Team
B a s e ball Teamg Basketball Team:
Monogram Clubg Volleyball Team
Captain, Basketball Tearng Volleyball
Teamg Monogram Clubg K.V.G.
Basketball, K.V.G.g President, Mono-
gram Clubg Volleyball Teamg Captain,
Basketball TeamgAdvertising Manager
Her funny ways kept us all laughing . . good bas-
ketball player . . pleasant . . liked tohave fun ., ,
plans to go into nursing . . not engaged, but give
her time . . transferred from Buchanan High
School . . best friends were Lois and Jimmy . .
usually known as "Bobbie",
etball teamg Glee Club
Clubg F.H.A.: Future Teachers
Clubg F.H.A.g Dance Club
BARBARA ANN HUF FMAN
MARTHA GAY MAXEY
Her only desire is to marry a rich man . . favorite
saying is "by george" . . most likely to be seen
at "Dixie Drive-In" eating popcorn or reading
movie magazines . . her dislike is doing home
work . . hobbyis collecting post cards . . favorite
color is baby blue . . she loves chocolate candy.
1951-52: 4-H Clubg Glee Club
1954-55: Glee Clubg Attendant in Health Court
1955- 56: Ground Observer Corpsg Glee Club
Martha managed to be a star athlete and still be
an "A" student . . Often had fits of temper and
disgust in typing class . .liked to drive, especially
aMercury or Oldsmobile . . could never make up
her mind on any one boy . . her dream was to be
a foreign newspaper correspondent . . She and
Deanna Wagner were practically inseparable.
MARTHA RA YE MC MANAWAY
JOSYE CARLEEN PACE
Glee Clubg 4-H Club
GleeC1ubg 4-H Clubg Dramatics Clubg
Basketball Team: Softball Teamg
Glee Clubg 4-HClubg Basketball teamg
Glee Club: 4-HClubg Basketball Team:
Volleyball Teamg Class reporter: Beta
Clubg Monogram Club
Co-Manager of Magazine Campaigng
Basketball T e am 5 Volleyball Teamg
Annual Staff, Advertising Mgr.: Beta
Club, Treasurerg Monogram Club,
Likes hillbilly music and movies . . dislikes opera
and fights . ., liked by everyone . . has a pleasing
personality . . smile for everyone . . mostly seen
in the halls laughing and talking . . plans to be a
secretary or bookkeeper . . does not go steady.
Volleyball Teamg Glee Clubg F.H.A.
Ground Observer Corps: Glee Club
BARBARA LEIGH PATSEL
Pl-IYLLIS JUNE ROLAND
Always known as "Poochie" . . could usually be
seen at "Toots" . . used those big, brown eyes
to the best advantage . . made a cute cheerlea-
der . . hadanewlove for everyday of the week , ,
always knew the latest jokes . . went around with
Glee Clubg 4-H Club
Glee Club: 4-H Club
Manager of Basketball Teamg Glee
Clubg 4-H Club
Volleyball Team: 4-H Club
Cheerleaderg Monogram Club
Head cheerleader . . Leadershipis her possess-
ion . . puts her whole heart into the basketball
games . . a very likable person . . after gradu-
ation she plans to attend Business College . . a
true friend . .neatly waved hair always in place . .
Barrie is her pride and joy.
Cheerleaderp Glee Clubg 4-H Club
Cheerleader: Glee Clubg 4-H Clubg
Monogram Club: F.H.A.: Dramatics
Cheerleaderg Glee Club: Monogram
Clubg F.H.A. Secretaryg Beta Clubg
Delegate to F.H.A. Convention
Cheerleader, Assistant leaderg Glee
Clubg Monogram Clubg F.H.A.,Presi-
dentg Beta Clubg Attendant to Health
Queeng Delegate to Beta Convention
Head Cheerleaderg Monogram Clubg
Beta Clubg Ground Observer Corps
She likes to be known as Skippy . . Always laugh-
ing, never sad, never early, but always there . .
there isn't anyone who is more understanding . .
Wherever she is Shortyis nearby . , She can usu-
ally be found with three others, P eg , Tink, and
Luck, at the Snack Shop.
BETTY LOU ST. CLAIR SIMMONS
ARLINE MA YE SEARS
Y T eensg Library Club, Secretaryg Jr.
Masque Club, Poetry Club f
Y Teensg Library Club, Secretary, Jr.
Masque Clubg Poetry Club, F.H.A.
4-H Club, song leader, Glee Club
4-H Club, treasurer, Glee Clubg Vol-
leyball Team: Circulation Manager,
Characteristics are eating and laughing . . always
talking about her husband, Harris . . pleasing
personality . . funny with Mrs.Jeffery in Eng-lish
Class . . a friend in deed.
Cflee Club, 4-H Club, Highlsights Staff
Glee Club, Dramatics Clubg 4-H Clubg
High Lights Staffg Softball Team
Glee Club3ClassSecretaryg Beta Club,
Beta Club, Secretary, Class President:
Class Secretary, Beta Clubg Ground
Observer Corps, Last Will and Testa-
She is never sad . . not even blue . . when there
is trouble she has a clue . . as for the boys, she
has no certain one in mind . . but . . she says
there is always time . . always neat . . a friend
we will always keep,
Glee Clubg 4-H Club: F.H.A.
Vice-President of Senior Class
DOROTHY MAE ST. CLAIR
JOYCE ILEEN TRUMAN
Editor-in-Chief of the Crossroads . . studious . .
always quiet and reserved . . but extremely hu-
morous at times if she felt the desire . . plans
to go to Bus ines s College . . seen most with
Phyllis . . and . . tending to her business at all
DramaticsClubg GleeC1ub3 Highlights
Dramatics Clubg Glee Club
Beta Clubg F.H.A.g Delegate to Beta
Editor-in-Chief, Annual Staffg Ground
Observer Corps, Assistant Chief Ob-
serverg Beta C1ubgF.H.A., Historiang
Manager of Gir1's Basketball Teamg
Scorekeeper - Girl 's Volleyball Team:
Class Historiang School Winner Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
Loves to go riding at high speeds . . excellent bas-
ketball player who retains her place in the Beta
Club . . versatile . . any possession ofhers could
be found in Mrs.Hensley's room . . mischievous-
ness twinkles in her big brown eyes . . had sudden
headaches if things didn't go right at basketball
ELIZABETH DEANNA WAGNER
SHIRLEY ANN WHEELER
4-H Clubp Glee Club
4-H Club, Song leaderg Glee Clubg F.
Clubg Softball Teamg Class Reporter
GleeClub5 4-HClubg Volleyball Teamg
Basketball T eamg Dramatics Clubg
Sc bool winner, Voice of Democracy
Glee Clubg 4-H Clubg Monogram Clubg
Volleyball T e am 3 Basketball Teamg
Beta Clubg Class Secretaryg Co-Mana-
ger, Magazine Campaign
Beta Club, Secretaryg Monogram Clubg
Volleyball T e a m Q Basketball Teamg
Advertising M an a g e r , Annual Staff:
S c h o ol and County winner, Voice of
Democracy Contest: Co-Manager of
Magazine Campaigng Valedictorian
Everyone likes her sweet smile . . to be with her
they'd walk a mile . . she's just a small person
with big blue eyes . . she's a friend that we'1l
never leave behind . . because she'll forever be
in mind . . she loves to cook, especially in home
economics . . but one of these days it'll be for
1951-52: Glee Club
1952-53: Glee Clubg 4-H Clubg F.H.A.
1953-54: Glee Clubg 4-H Club
1954-55: Glee Clubg Basketball teamg 4-H Club
1955-56: Glee Club, Secretary and Treasurerg
Assistant Business Manager, Annual
Norma Jean can be seen every morning running
tocatchthe school bus . , She doesn't forget her
lunch, because she likes to eat . . Charles is her
main topic . . he's the boy that meets her in the
'56 Oldsmobille . , Truly, a sweet girl with the
Glee Clubg 4-H Clubg Music Club
Glee Clubg Dramatics Clubg F.H.A.5
Glee Clubg Halloween Queen
Halloween Queeng Class Reporter
Assistant Editor-in-Chief,Annual Staff
NORMA JEAN WILLIAMS
JOYCE LOREE ROBERTSON
Joyce's black,natura1-curlyhair is her crown . .
She loves pretty things and Buford . . Known to
her friends as Pe e Wee . . Favorite pastime -
Eating and Reading.
1950-51: Music Club
1955-56: Annual Staff, Business Manager
Second Graders Chen!
The good old days!
Our teachers were Mrs. Ruth St. Clair and Miss Blanche Steele. We'll never forget
staying in every other recess for talking in class and chewing gum. l'm not so sure
that we act any different now since we're dignified seniors.
The purpose of this history is not
to relate every step in the progress of
a people from their humble beginning
but to emphasize those factors in our
class development which appeal to us
as most vital from the standpoint of
The discovery of the Class of 1956
was an accident. Four years ago, early
one morning on the first day of Septem-
ber l952,the faculty of the Stewartsville
High S c hool was strolling aimlessly
through the class rooms chatting about
their Work during the coming year. Sud-
denly they caught a glimpse of some-
thing new andstrange. Just inside the
fr ont door, huddled together in mute
embarrassment and anxiety were the 56
members of what became the Class of
1956. The strangers were divided into
small groups and assigned to the care
of Mr., Bernard Rollins and Mr. Jim
Hartigan. They were given the name
"Freshmen"and became a part of the
high school life. At the end of the year
aterr'ible disaster b e f e ll the Fresh-
men. Although-it was instigated by the
faculty and intended to prove of lasting
benefit to them, they suffered greatly.
Many had their growth retarded a year
by it, and a few permanently disabled,
left the Freshman Class forever. This
disaster was c alled Final Examina-
With the coming of the next Septem-
ber, we received a new name. Because
of our skill in acquiring the customs of
the school, we we re renamed Sopho-
mores, and the process was called by a
native name, "promotion". Instead of
35 intellectual gold m ind s they had
h0Ped '10 See, they found vast, arid
spaces, totally uninhabited. The tea-
c h e r s pushed bravely on through the
underbrush of ignorance hoping, before
the time allotted for their explorations
was over, to reach what would cornpen-
sate for all their time and effortg a
g e niu s . The social functions of the
period we r e delight ful, the most im-
portant being the School Social, Mr,
Edward Nininger and Mr8.Lois Hensley
were our homeroom sponsors.
ln the third year, owing to an old
educational c u s t om , w e became Z7
happy Juniors, and our promotion made
our sense of importance increase out
of all due proportion. The class organi-
zation of the Juniors wa s as follows:
P r e s ide nt, Betty Simmons, Vice-
President, Martha Arringtong Secre-
t a r y , D e ann a Wagner, Treasurer,
Shirley Chisom. The most important
event this year was the planning of a
banquet given in hon o r of the Senior
Clas s . Our theme was "The Rose
Festival",and it was given on Friday,
May 13, 1955 at the Vinton War Me-
morial, Our Junior Sponsor was Mr.
Harry Arthur. The Class was success-
ful in selling different articles for rais-
And now, we come to the fourth and
greatest ye-ar in the history of the class.
We automatically las was our custom in
many thingsj became 24 happy seniors
in September of 1955. We welcomed
our new principal, Mr. M. E. Given.
We were looked upon with friendly a-
musement by the teacher-explorers
Who regarded the result of their four
years of hard labor with rightful pride.
They had converted a band of untamed
Children into intelligent, courteous ci-
tizens of Stewartsville High. The or-
ganization of the Senior Class was note-
worthy, the following li st of officers
being in charge: President, Frederick
Dearingg Vice-P r e s i den t , Dorothy
St. Clair: Secretary, Betty Simmonsg
Treasurer, Phyllis Roland. Our spon-
sor, Mrs.Christine Huddleston, led us
in all of our class activities. The most
exciting and unforgettable event in our
Senior Year was the receiving of our
class rings. Our largest job, yet our
most enjoyable, was the publishing of
the Crossroads. We all looked forward
to the basketball games and there was
much regret among us when the doors
were closed at the tournament. The
month of June brought happiness, yet
traces of sadness on our faces.
Thanks, dear teachers, for guiding
us down that road of life called "High
School". I take the opportunity to say
now that in my opinion the Class of 1956
is one of the most brilliant and attrac-
tive classes known to history and we
hope that it will always be remembered
by the faculty of the Stewartsville High
Sc ho ol as "That Wonderful Class of
JOYC E TRUMAN
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juniar-Senior Hanquct May 13, 1955
fast Will And Zcsfamcul
W 3, the Senior Class of Stewarts-
ville High School, in the county of
Bedford and the State of Virginia, on
this 5th day of June, in the year of our
Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Six,
being of sound mind and healthy body,
do hereby dispose of our possessions
in the following manner:
To Mr. Given and the entire fac-
ulty, we bequeath our utmost appre-
ciation for making our years at
Stewartsville the most memorable and
enjoyable in our life.
To the Junior Class, we present
our front seats at the assembly and
our home room.
To the Sophomore Class, we give
our hopes that they will all work hard,
make the grades and keep up the glory
To the Freshman Class, we give
our ambition and knowledge, that they
might wear the caps and gowns in their
We n ow present these individual
I, Martha Lee Arrington, will my
slim figure to Charleen Doyle.
I, Clara Jane Booth, will my typing
book to Leighton Barton.
I, Ona Bush, will my excess poun-
dage to Willie Belle Woods.
I,Lois Chaney, will my ability to
get along with t e a c h e r s t o Loretta
I, Frederick Dearing, will my po-
sition as school bus driver to anyone
capable of getting to school on time.
I, Peggy DeLong, will my like for
Snack Inn to Jeanette Stevens.
I, Alma Ferguson, will my talking
ability to Darlene Saunders,
I, June Flowers, will my blushing
to Vivian Spradlin.
I, Shirley Foutz, will my sewing
ability to next year's Home Economic
I, Harold Haldren, will my "cour-
ting corner" to Freddie Moorman.
I, Barbara Huffman, will my
glasses to Avery Lawhorn,
I, Martha Gay Maxey, will my dig-
nity to Reba Link.
l, Martha McManaway, will my po-
sition on th e basketball t e am to any
I, C a r l e e n Pace, will my quiet
ways to Ruth Dooley.
I, Barbara Patsel, will my short
hair to Nancy Haldren.
I, Joyce Robertson, will my pretty
hair to Norma Foutz.
I, Phyllis Roland, will my position
as head Cheerleader to Carolyn
I, A1-line Sears, will my sense of
humor to Eloise Spradlin.
I, Betty Lou Simmon s , will my
husband, Harris, to no one.
I, Dorothy St. Clair, will my neat-
ness to Betty Hayden,
I, Joyce T rum an , will my Betty
Crocker award to some future home-
I, D e anna Wagner, will my like
for basketball to anyone who doesn't.
I, Shirley Wheeler, will my natural
curly hair to anyone who likes it,
I, Norma Jean Williams, will my
faithfulness to Charles to all engaged
Finally, we do hereby nam e and
appoint as the sole executor of this,
our last will and testament, our class
advisor, Mrs,Christine F. Huddleston.
In witness whereof we, the class of
1956, have set our hand and seal on this
5th day of June in the year of our Lord
Betty Lou Simmons
1. Martha 8: her Teddy Bears. Z. What's coming off, Peg? 3. Wonder what Lydia is doing?
4. ls Charles around, Norma? 5. Wayne loves school, 6. Mr. 8: Mrs. Given, our Principal
8: Teacher. 7. Watch out Shorty, you and Tink might fall off. 8. A nice couple, Joyce and Buford.
9. All d r e s s ed and r eady to go are Clara 8: Martha.. 10. Who are you waiting on Brenda?
ll. Dear old school days. 12. Watch out Sarah, you might fall - Jeanette, Peg, Louise. l3.What
do you call this, the cross hand shake, Joyce? 14. Will you be pals to the end,Norma and Jean?
15. A nice picnic came off.
It is June 4,1976, and the audi-
torium of Stewartsville High School
is buzzing with excitement. The
Senior Class of 1956 is being honored
with a homecoming party. Many of
the guests are arriving and as I gaze
upon the faces of my old classmates
I see the many changes which have
taken place during the past years.
T h e r e come those ever happy
girls ,Peggy DeLong and Skippy Sears
with their husbands following them.
If someone mentions The Canada Dry
Bottling Company, you can still see
their eyes light up.
D e ann a Wagner an d Martha
McManaway are sitting over in a cor-
ner talking about that "real cute boy"
that Deanna is going with. Deanna is
a Business Education teacher now,
but she is still trying to get that 100
words a minute typing speed. Martha
Raye is a gay, single girl who looks
as young as ever.
To whom do those little blonde
headed girl s dressed in Navy uni-
forms belong ? Oh, there's June
Flowers with her s ail or Husband,
they must be hers.
That noise! It must be Shirley
Wheeler in her 1976 Cadillac. That's
just what she always wanted.
Frederick Dearingjust walked in
with his head high in the air. He is
the CountyAgent of the Bedford 4-H
Clubs. His hobby is raising cows.
That tall girl with the beautiful
clothes is Shirley Foutz. She is head
designer for Miller and Rhodes.
There's Alma Ferguson talking
as fast as she can to Martha Maxey.
Almais the author of a famous book,
"Hints on How to Ke e p a Conver-
sation Moving". Martha is a teacher
of Home Economics and she has been
writing some interestingarticles
on "The Housewife and her Drud-
Barbara Huffman is now a reg-
istered nurse. If anyone eats too
much, we will have a nurse for the
Have you seen Lois Chaney and
her handsome husband? He is here
on leave from the Air Force.
Joyce Truman recently became
the editor of a magazine ca1led"Hints
to the Secretary". What's all the
fuss ? It's that p r i v at e secretary
from New York, Phyllis Roland. She
must be telling Joyce what she should
have in her magazine. They say that
"Experience is the best teacher".
Here comes Harold Haldren and
his wife and kids. Harold is the cap-
tain ofthe World's Champion basket-
Ona Bush and Carleen Pace are
still watching for airplanes. They
have jobs with the Civil Air Patrol.
There 's the Coach of the
Stewartsville gir1's basketball team,
Clar a J ane Booth, and her latest
Iknowthere is going to be plen-
ty of good food here tonight because
I just saw Barbara Pat s el, Toot's
Drive-In owne r , come in the back
door with her arms loaded with bun-
Wonder who that girl is with the
pretty slim figure? It's Dorothy
St. Clair. Ihear that she has or-
ganized a club called "T he Dieting
At lastl have come to my three
best girl friends,Betty Lou Simmons,
Joyce Robertson, and Norma
Williams. Asl chat with them, I find
that Betty Lou and her husband have
bought their dream home. They have
a six-room house with plenty of space
for the kid s . Joyce Robertson and
her husband have become the sole
owners of the "Double Envelope".
Norma spends most of the time wait-
ing for her husband to come home.
He is a fireman on the N 8: W Rail-
road. As for me, I am working as
a s e c r e ta ry and bookkeeper, still
trying to write shorthand.
The food has been served and as
the guests begin to leave, I can see
a bit of sadness in each eye as they
remember the wonderful days spent
Martha Lee Arrington
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In Learning's praise we sing this song,
Sing hey, sing ho.
We voice her virtues loud and long,
Sing high, sing low.
We came to school with an empty mind,
Sing hey, sing ho.
But wiser children now you will never find,
Sing high, sing low.
Chorus: Come and sing all nightg
Come and sing all day,
We'1l sing the praises of the dear old school,
Whiling the bright hours away.
We've learned the longest words to spell
Sing hey, sing ho,
And business education too:
Sing high, sing low.
With mathematics and isotherms
Sing hey, sing ho,
We're all on very familiar terms,
Sing high, sing low.
No more in Stewartsville we'll shine,
Sing hey, sing ho,
But soon we'll be alumni fine,
Sing high, sing low.
And even when we are far away,
Sing hey, sing ho,
We '1l tell her virtues till we're old and gray,
Sing high, sing low.
THE CLASS OF 1956
Seniors, here we are at last,
Twas a year that went by fast.
Even though we'll miss you Stewartsville High,
We 'll be back to visit by and by.
A wonderful time we have had,
Remembering our good moments with the bad.
Time has come to bid our last farewell,
Superior deeds and thoughts that come to dwell
Vastly in our hearts, and there to stay,
Isolated from the rest, put there day by day.
Long will we remember those who take our place,
Lots of joys and hardships they will have to face.
Evermore loyal will we be, Alma Mater dear to thee
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5. Barbara, Martha, Betty Lou, Betty, Roy 8: Fred. 6. Marie, Shelby. 7. Deanna, 8, The Third
Grade Group. 9. Betty Lou, Deanna 8: Martha. 10. Cecil, Clara Jane 8: Wayne. 11. Martha
Gaye. 12. Phy1lis,13. Martha. 14. Clorine 8: June. 15. Fred and Glenn. 16. Joyce. 17. Peggy.
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this? 6. Welcome back Mrs. Cheek. 7. What do they see? 8. Crazy mixed-up kids. 9. Our
Cheerleaders. 10. What came off? ll. Always smiling. 12. Did he wave back? 13. Kuttie
8: Pat. 14. Did you see him? 15. Sleeping Beauty. 16. Future "ball p1ayers"? 17. A pretty
pose. 18. Batter-up.
TO PARTICIPATE IN
Standing, left to right: Wagner, Blankenship, McManaway, Creasy, Doyle, Foutz, Booth, Spradlin,
Ferrell, Brown, Dooley, Hollins, Saunders, Bowling, Chittum, Beckner, Lipscomb, Gray, Garner,
Stevens and McGuire. Kneeling in front: Mr. Hensley and Mr. Given, coaches.
Left to right: Lois Thurman,Assistant Manager
Mrs. Given, Scorekeeperg Joyce Truman, Mana
Kneeling in front: Epperly, Moorman, Barton, Haldren, Greasy, McLain and Lawhorn. Standing
Morgan, Booth, Wheeler, Huddleston, Eades, Simmons, Blankenship, and Ferguson.
Buys ' Hask ctball 3
Left to right: Lynn Spradlin, Manage rg Ed
Carmel1,Assistant Manager: Jimmy Dye, Score-
keeperg Mr. Mathews, Coach.
Girl 's Vallzylmll Umm
First row, left to right: Bowling, Lipscomb, Barger, Chittum, Hollins, Beckner. Second row,
left to right: Brown, Spradlin, Saunders, McManaway, Coach E. E. Hensley, Wagner, Farrell
Hay 's Valleylmll Zfmm
First row, left to right: Spradlin, Moorman, Lawhorn, Huddleston, Haldren, McLain, Barton
Wheeler, Creasy. Second row, left to right: Eades, Blankenship, Booth, Coach C. E. Matthews
Garner, Epperly, St. Clair, Ferguson, Manager Ritter.
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Martha McManaway t',A if
Phyllis Roland .- '
Betty Simmons "
Jacqueline St. Clair
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Patsel. Znd row: Mary Alice
McManawayg Rachel Molesg Phyllis
Roland , Head Cheerleaderg Shelby
McKeeg Peggy DeLong.
lst row: Phyllis Roland, Mary Alice
Mc Manaway, Peggy DeLong, Znd row:
Jeanette S t e v e n s , Vivian Spradlin,
D e ann a Wagner, S a r a Saunders,
M a r t h a McManaway, Clara Booth,
Barbara Patsel. 3rd row: Mr.
Matthews, Sponsorg Harold Haldren,
Maurice Creasy, Lynn Spradlin.
lst row: Nancy Maxey, Connie
Ho skin s , Rachel Ferguson, Becky
Whee1er,Ann Swain. Zndrowg
Carolyn Holdren, Head Cheerleader.
Band Leader, Mr. Jimmy Hornerg
Band Members, left to right: Nancy
Newman,Faye Hollins, Ruth Dooley,
Joyce Begley, Herbert Dooley, Judy
Hoskins, M il d r e d Dearing, Vivian
Supervisor, Phyllis R olandg Chief
Observer, Carleen Paceg Assistant
Chief Observers, Ona Bush, Martha
Maxey, Betty Simmons,Clara Booth,
Joyce Truman, Miss Marjorie
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SENIOR CLUB OFFICERS
President, Viv i an Spradling Vice-
President, Frederick Dearing fnot
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Treasurer, Lynn Spradling Reporter,
Lydia Bowling, Junior Club Leaders,
Janice Combs, Wayne Garner, Song
Leader, Steve Tomlinson.
JUNIOR CLUB OFFICERS
President, Jody Clark, Vice-Presi-
dent, Johnny Huddlestong Secretary,
Peggy Dyeg Reporter, Connie Hoskins
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Norma Barger, Bobby Kingeryg Song
L e ad e r s , Joyce Wheeler, Carolyn
Holdren fnot picturedl,
Sponsor: Mrs. Given
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President . . . . . . Charlean Doyle Treasurer . . . Rachel Moles
Vice-Pres. , , , . , , , Betty Hayden Reporter . . . . . . . . . Phyllis Roland
Secretary . , , Mary Alice McManaway Historian . . . . . . . . . Joyce Truman
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Captain - Harold Haldren
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Clas s . 5. What do they see? 6. Waiting for the gang. 7. The future basketball guards
8. Are they hollowing at the boys?
Mrs, Carter lk Mrs. Hicks. Student Helpers: Karlene Thomas 8: Gloria Quesenberry.
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THE OPPORTUNITY TO
LEARN THE ART OF
SELLING AND BUYING
JOHNSONS SUPER MARKET
Free Parking While You Shop
JOHNSONS DEPARTMENT STORE
TURPIN'S VARIETY STORE
AUTO SERVICE Cr ELECTRIC
Auto Parts for Fords, Chevrolets,
Plymouths and other Automobiles
W. V. REYNOLDS INC.
Pi1lsbury's Best Feeds
Aubrey's Red "A" Feeds
301 Znd Street S. E.
CORNETT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
"Shorter Diploma Courses"
Individual Attention - Progress
17 W. Franklin Road
KANE'S 6' STAR CITY
"Always a Good Show"
Save on Furniture At
EARL'S FURNITURE COMPANY
VALLEY CABINET CO.
Randolph Reed, Prop.
Store Fixtures-Kitchen Cabinets
of All Types-Formica Tops
All Work Guaranteed
Dial Roanoke 2-0043
SWAN LU NCHEON ETTE
Seafood 8: Plate Lunches
Steaks 8: Chops
Drive-In Curb Service
6 - Midnight
BEDFORD COUNTY PARK G LAKE
It's Yours - Enjoy It
Corner of Bridge and Main
MARTlN'S GULF STATION
3 6 Sf Jlofors,
Gas - Washing - Oil
Bedford Virginia Bedford Virginia
We help you See
We help you Hear
We help you Economize
FISHER OPTICAL COMPANY
106 Franklin Road
DC 91' STORE
Roanoke Virginia Roanoke Virginia
MOUNTAIN TRUST BANK
Member of Federal Reserve System and
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
"Ethical Prescription Service"
Prompt and Free Delivery
103 Lee Avenue
Dial 8 - 173
VINTON TEXACO SERVICE
Karl M. Dingledine-Ralph L. York
"We Give Family Stamps"
124 E. Washington Ave.
Dial 2 -4847
VINTON FUEL COMPANY
Coal and Fuel Oil
Oil Burner 8: Stoker Service
Dial 3 -4414
1509 Williamson Road
ARMY AND NAVY SALES CO.
110 East Campbell Ave.
GRAY Sn PERDUE INSURANCE
Successor to N. S. McClanahan
Complete Insurance for the
Auto, Home, and Business
"Protection is Our Business"
629 Shenandoah Building
Roanoke Virginia Roanoke Virginia
Milk and Ice Cream For Health and Energy
CLOVER CREAMERY COMPANY, INCORPO RATED
Phone 3 -3 603
Roanoke FU' Virginia
H. and H. CARI ET COMPA Y
Kitchen Cabinets - Corner Cabinets - Mantels
Front Entrances - Store Fixtures Sr Shelving
Manufacturers and Installations
Guy E. Huddleston
Dial Roanoke 3 -6989
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Service amp 'men S o
W. E. JOHNSON WHITE FRONT PHARMACY
Bedford Virginia Vinton Virginia
HUFF AWNING CO, INC,
Awnings - Tarpaulins
SMITH'S ESSO STATION
Vinton virginia Vinton Virginia
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Devoe Sz DuPont Paints
611-11th St. S. W.
MILLER MAYTAG COMPANY
Maytag and Norge
126 Maple Street
For the Best in Flowers
ROY L. WEBBER, FLORIST
4000 Williamson Road, N. W.
Roanoke 12 Virginia
VALLEY D LE P CKERS
HARRIS AND HUDDIESTON
"Vinton's Complete Food Center"
119 S. Pollard Street
SSUCIATED BANKS of BEDFURD
Citizens National Bank
Peoples National Bank
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
S.0. FISHER INC.
Wholesale and Retail Distributors
of Sporting Goods
1024 Main Street
A Home Away From Home for Your Car
With Complete Esso Service
THE MERCHA TSMPARKI G CE TER
now Tow P mu G CE me
MARTI N'S AMACO
The Best in Auto Servicing
East Main Street
For Best In Drugs It's
LYLE DRUG STORE
Phone 3 3 11
BEDFORD PHOTO FINISH ERS
Portraits - Cameras
Films - Accessories
West Main Street
ELKS TEXACO SERVICE STATION
Roy Weeks - Karl Updike
BRADLEY LUMBER C1 SUPPLY CO
MAIN STREET ESSO STATION
Ruth Gray, Prop.
Let us service your car
while you shop.
Creative Styling of Distinction
112 N. Bridge Street
When In Bedford
WATSON'S SNACK BAR
Curb - Service
Open until 12' 0' clock
JOHNSON'S HARDWARE and
FURNITURE STORE INC.
Two Big Stores - Six Big Floors
To Serve You Better
Phone 2021 - 8522
GOODE'S SHOE SHOP
Maytag Appliances-Sales gl Service
Sporting Goods-Wilson Distribution
207 North Bridge Street
Do Your Shopping at
DIXIE HARDWARE CO, INC,
Tyre H. Dowdy - Joe B. Tompkins
301 Pollard Street
Tops in Dry Cleaning
Dial Z - 7651
VINTON HARDWARE COMPANY
Complete Line of Hardware
and Building Materials
Dealer of Westinghouse Appliances
T elephone 3 -3625
COUNTY APPLIANCE CO.
Admiral T elevision
Located on Route 24
3X4 Mile of
ALYCE CALVIN FLORIST
Free Delivery Service
Flowers Wired Anywhere
206 S. Maple St.
HOME AND AUTO STORE
B. F. Goodrich Dealers
Sales and Service
G. E. Appliances
352.0 Williamson Rd.
Real Estate Broker
Shoes and Clothes for
the Entire Family
Two Friendly Stores
304 -lst St. S. E. - Dial Z-7300
Let me help you with your Roanoke Virginia
real estate sales or investment.
116 E. Main St. - Phone 3401
Vinton Virginia Salem Virginia
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For Smart Things
At Popular Prices
502 South Jefferson Street
OVERSTREET-SMITH LUMBER CO.
Phone 3 -221
L. J. WRIGHT
Rough 81 Dressed Lumber
Groceries 8: Hardware
Dial Stone Mtn. 3244
BEDFORD GROCERY CO.
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
School of Business Administration
and Secretarial Science
Accredited by the Accrediting
Commission for Business Schools
symbol ol progress...
As graduation nears, let's take a serious look
at the past. We see that education has
been largely responsible for the progress of
Why? Education is PROGRESS.
Today - more than ever before - industry,
business and labor, all, lcnow the true values ol:
a good educational system. EDUCATION
continues to stand as a true symbol ol:
ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY
1 I 4
K. E. OVERSTREET
Meats - Produce - Gas and Oil
BOWER -DRY -CLEANERS
First in Quality
Stewartsville Virginia Bedford Virginia
"If It Comes from Croode's
The Friendly Department Store
Markharn's Best Flour
Board's Mountain Corn Meal
Virginia Farm Feeds
Roanoke Telephone 3 - 8789
O. Goodview, Va. Stewartsville
For Complete Service on Real
Estate Sales, Rentals and Insurance
POFF Cr ARRINGTON REALTY
537 W. Campbell Ave.
FIRST FEDERAL Custom fan: I
SAVINGS AND LoAN ASSOCIATION D"jN'f 9. 'if j'
Mama 2 f. .f
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Home Loans - Savings Accounts . U I , '
34 W' Church Avenue Roanoke Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Roanoke Virginia Roanoke Virginia
MONETA MOTOR co. if
? Ferguson Tractors W WW 5 W
' '-F55 81 Implements
I" 'W' One of America's Largest Groups
F' X lm General Auto of Family Shoe Stores
Over 300 Stores
Moneta Virginia 4 Large Factories
GEORGPS DRIVE IN
G. W. NICKS
"Always Good Buys"
Furniture and Appliances
107 Pollard Street
Hamburgers - Cheeseburgers
French Fries - Soda Service
ll Walnut Ave. S. W.
PIEDMONT STORES INC.
Clothes for the Entire Family
BEDFORD MOTORS CORP.
Your Ford Dealer
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Bedford Virginia Chamblissburg Virginia
DELONG'S DEPARTMENT STORE
H. A. GILLS Sz CO.
Vinton Virginia Bedford Virginia
'LATIMER-SAUUNDERS co. of
Hardware - Devoe Paints PEOPLEPS FURNITURE CO,
117- 1 19 South Bridge St.
Phone 8130 Bedford virginia
PEOPLES GARAGE INC.
Dodge - Plymouth
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
Fashion and Quality Since 1889
Good Clothing for Men,
Young Men and Students
107 South Jefferson
Bedford Virginia Roanoke Virginia
W. S. THOMAS'S STORE
Groceries - Gas Sr Oil SIGN ROCK
Moneta Virginia Bedford Virginia
E. T. FERGUSON
MONETA SNACK BAR
SH REWSBERRY GROCERY
and Wayne Feed
Serving Virginia over 35 Years
"Always a Good Place to Trade"
14 East Campbell Avenue
MASTER SERVICE STATION
104-108 W, Washington Ave.
COFFEY 5 SAUNDERS
"WHERE FRIENDS MEET"
When in Bedford Visit
SOUTH STREET AMOCO
Operated by Roy Dean
Gas - Oil
Greasing - Washing
VIRGINIA SOUTHERN COLLEGE
A Professional School
OVERSTREET-SMITH LUMBER CO.
Phone 3 -221
VINTON MOTOR COMPANY
We Give S 81 H Green Stamps
Route ff 1
RISH EQUIPMENT COMPANY
405 Center Avenue
FERRELL INSURANCE CO.
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THE ROANOKE TIMES and
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Phillips 66 Gas
Groceries - Feed
On Route 24, 3 Miles East of
1. Martha and her steady. 2. A r e the y listening to Highway Patrol? 3. One
sunny day without classes. 4. Our basketball players. 5. Waiting for Roy and
Charles. 6. Were they going steady? 7. Four years ago. 8. Ready to go to the
Banquet. 9. Are they preparing to cheer? 10. My what a pretty skirt. ll. At a
party with her beau.
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