Stonewall Jackson High School - Heritage Yearbook (Quicksburg, VA)

 - Class of 1960

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' X, - ff 'z f A maj!! if 9 Gyn' A 2 f EWf',2f.pf.-eaafvf 4727, F 3 5 1960 ACKSONIAN HERITAGE l STONEWALL JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL FOREWORD It IS w1th pleasure that we present JACKSONIAN HERITAGE,thef1rst Yearbook of Stonewall Jackson H1gh School Th1s 1S a year of fxrsts xn the makmg of our h1story, and we hope you w1ll enjoy re 11V1ng many of the pleasant occas1ons of Wh1Ch you may be rernmded here1n I-Ieretofore the Yearbook has been a project of the Sen1or Class-, but lt 1S now one of the School It 1S 1ntended to become the product of 1n struct1on learmng and part1c1pat1on by a staff selected from the e1ghth grade through the twelfth Th1s f1rst year the Staff was chosen by re comrnendatwn as students and teachers al1ke were partxal strangers to each other The name 'Jacksonlan Her1tage ' was selected by a co m1ttee from suggest1ons offered by the student body The honor for nam mg our Yearbook goes to Jo Ann Ryman and Patty Sue M1ller Stonewall Jackson I-hgh School APPRECIATIG We the students of Stonewall Jackson H1gh School are grateful to our Supermtendent to the Shenandoah County School Board and to our parents and fr1ends for prov1d1ng us Wlth thls lovely school bu1ld1ng and fac1l1t1es' We would also lnclude our former Pr1nc1pals and teachers who have done much 1n laymg the foundatlon for our success In add1t1on there are teachers who have retlred durmg th1S t1me who have glven most fa1thful serv1ce 1n our behalf We apprec1ate very much all these efforts and the least we can do 1S to thank you' We hope that our ac compllshrnents and our future hves as c1t1zens w1ll g1Ve you pleasure and sat1sfact1on To our new Pr1nc1pal and faculty we say Congratulauons on a very successful f1rst year' We thank you, too for your efforts and for help 1ng us to adjust to our new surroundxngs 2 DEDICATIO 11824-18631 It 15 more than an ordinary circumstance that this fir st annual of the Stonewall Jackson High School is dedicated to Lieutenant General Thomas Jonathan Jackson C S A It is because here in Shenandoah County many of its finest sons became members of the Stonewall Brigade, one of the most xllus trious organizations of military men known in all the annals of It is also because among all the great men of our nation no one today captures more strikingly the admiration of the high school student nor affords a stronger pattern of human character than the beloved leader of the Stonewall Brigade, "Stonewal1 ' Jackson And because of Stonewall Jackson's unblemished Christian char acter because of his fearless courage in peace and in war, because ofhis masterfuluse in his people's service of his God given talents and skills and because these traits deserve emulation by the youth of our land, this annual is dedicated to him 3 K military history . I . I In the fall of 1958 the earthmover started its operations, piling up the top soil for use later in making the lawn. Then materi- al arrived for the foundation and actual construction began. The school IS ready for the roof The Realization of Q 4 - a af ' Bm? Rusty Proctor holds Confederate flag as the foundatlon 15 belng started Mr Conard Rosen,ane1ghbor who supphed us wlth the se pzctures IS vlewlng the prog ress of the bulldxng W , - .'UfA,L'W5-F5'f ' - , ' 5 Wav., 4 dream SAE' , . I I , +4 -ww-. 5529522 V f"f"'efw .Qi 49- ,L ,,, i I , ,X , Q K- - - - A use wwf K 'fre-fm f Wy: V, -..q,,,. M-tm . , . f -1 - if " V . '- fu' I-as ' - A . , ' +'+LwA .ff in an S egg' S A 1 w :L were A v1ew of the rear where the cars are parked and the buses unload Putt1ng up the name of the school just after school has opened PKI? WHA TW!! '53-sum The completion of the outside of the school. Our Stonewall stands 1n 1tS qu1et loca1:1on and on so1l vuh1ch was home a hundred years ago for a boy who roamed th1s very f1eld' And as a young man Colonel John Neff llke Stonewall Jackson gave h1S llfe for the cause Today th1s very flrst year some of h1s decendants attend school and teach ln thls lovely brlck structure Stonewall Jackson Iehgh School RE DY TO BEGI I jr ,ff ff!! ,rf ,QQZFW --9-sv' Mwwgfkw :paw lf, . Studmnts arrlvlng at Stonexn all B A typlcal hall scenc "Ti ff: , A ff' , 2 V ,. -- V ' V f9 ! , " Q Vyf- ' 3 N ,A .f i w . K 2 L3 is Y ' - " f2l:if1:':3ZLQ2." , E c NV ' ' KETX 1 Q I n I k V , 1 A s A' t I . ,Q g ' h f ' V I' y ,, I in . el' rx 6 id Mm., I ,aft Mr. Thoma s Snyd e r Principal A typical morning in the office 1 was us.. PRINCIPALS MESSAGE This year we have been privileged with the op- portunity of continuing our educational objectives in an attractive new building which represents the fore- sight of those of astute faith in the opportunity of ed- ucation for all, and dedicated to the cause of provid- ing the best possible education for the youth in order that they might best meet the challenges oftomorrow. Here youth is being given the opportunity to prepare thernselves for a full life in a land that has grown and prospered because our forebearers made possible opportunity for a free and religious people. lt re- presents a guarantee of continuance of a worthy way of life through education for freedom-lovixig people. Our way of life is a heritage - a heritage that stands above that of all nations because it evolved from the profound belief in freedom and opportunity for all men under God. This heritage is passed onto you. It is passed on in a most humble manner, know- ing you will cherish it, nurture it, and champion it in all your future. Miss Mary Lee Niswander Secretary time O, -s VX C. J. Harner Assistant Principal Biology, English -:Y , , In XJ- l I J, Q A 1 cf f if .f 1, tjv if , , by F Mfg" ,, 1. f xl' ,fb J if . ix by ,cl by Ja!! 1 ,J ,L ffm yy' J ,1 H. G. Alexander L! Agriculture, Industrial Arts Miss Judith Bird Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Annual . I J 5' During the months which have passed, this faculty has continually progressed in its educational endeav- ors by molding itself into a smooth-working, well- balanced organization, preparing its students for their new role in the world's history. This spirit of progress will never die in our school. We know that Stonewall Jackson High School will always be a leader in the fight for the advance- ment of humanity, and will ever be carried forward as a banner for men to live by - a banner that strives for PROGRESS. FACULTY We stand on the threshold of a new and challeng- ing opportunity. When the doors of Stonewall Jackson High School were first opened for educational pur- poses this past September, the faculty assembled with one major objective in mind - that ofprofession- al unity in providing the students of Stonewall with the best preparation to meet their needs in this chang- ing world. 15 'vs El Q X 7 1 + P iD 'J 4 1 5 'L' X 'x , rs, 'rothy Dellinger 1 English Julia Fansler Librarian Mrs. Lucille Good General Science Home Economics N557 Hugh M. Hawkins Agriculture, Farm Training Miss Elizabeth Kagey History, Latin Miss Lillian Graves Physical Education James Fetter DE, DO, Math 8 Charles Haun Chemistry, Geometry, Mathematics 9 .af Z .al L . W ' fi General Science, Home Economics WJ, Y fQpfZLi7'0f W .aj 4!A4AMA! -If ' ,-,A lllfil 1 . Aw!! tg? 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Elizabeth Shaffer The old saying, "Time flies," is certain- ly true! It was only last year that we watched our seniors say a sad goodbye to the old familiar halls, where we had spent our happy eleven years. Nowwe, as seniors, have arrived! New situations brought new problems and new faces, but also unity and cooperation be- tweenthe new students. It is indeed a great privilege for us to be the first graduating class of this lovely Stonewall Jackson High School. CLASS IOR RICHARD ALLAN BAKER MARY CATHRYN BEAI-IM em, EVERETT BOWERS EUNICE VIRGINIA BOWMAN ggi! U' il JANET LOUISE BILLER ELEANOR MAE BLOSSER wk: A ,W- ?""'S is ,. . A+ A K Qtgi' 54- v' 1' 'U' jf- 'US FRANCES STROOP CASH JO ANN CLARK Ay,-. lv- Qi' 'M Q' K, 1?"'l-. - Jim 5 SENIOR LINDA ELAINE BOWMAN MARY LOU BOWRIAN 0' 'VS QL, ,, 4 I r .rvg',ffn,'. "AW fb' l Jr haf ' ,Y v U 'N if ' I , 1 NANCY LOUISE CLARK JOHN PAUL CLICK ,arg 1137" 'UN S IORS SANDRA KAY CLICK CLIFFORD CLAYTON CRAIG KENNETH NASH DELLINGER MARTHA ELLEN DELLINGER JUDY ANN CRIDER CAROLE SANDRA DELLINGER 'fi .J 1, ,V ,Q 55" ., luv, Tm , ,Ar-1 . X ,ff is-W.. fun- TROY EUGENE FADELY ROBERT HOMER FLEMING ,gh 'UF I mi Q. 'x PE! SE IOR MINER BOYD EMSWILER JR. EDWARD ALLEN ESTEP 'ff ki' In... Q? K-:- ,J ' L All 1 A wi 'I' Na, - 11,. ,ff 'ziifg 2 5 ,'? 'ig1 ggqgfgi W' A 'S' di WILLIAM FRYE, JR. JOHNNY MARSHALL FRYE S NIORS NANCY CHRISTINE FUNK1-IOUSER PATSY MAY GOCHENOUR arms. 15 'VZ'- RICHARD ELBERT HIRSH JAMES WARREN HOOVER TUX M. MARY CAROLINE GOOD ELMA LOIS HIRSH iff! A if i f-. 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Q, .1 -3 W I 4, bg , xl wa, ix af 3 X? f SE IOR HAROLD WYLIE RHINEHART RODNEY RUPERT lun., at SARA ANN SALYARDS BETTY JANE SEEKFORD Qi SENIORS DOROTH Y LOUISE SHOW MAN BERNICE JUANITA STROOP BETTY OLIVE STROOP '1- , , K CAROL RUTH SILVIOUS MADELINE KAY SILVIOUS ,f9..-, .Cx .avg 'ifff' gji 'il 'im- ,lg 'ERRY LEE WALTERS MERRILL STANLEY WARE f1f""'x .fin fx 5 ' fr N..-1" 'ix H jx SENIORS BONNIE LORRAINE STUNKLE GLEN ELLROSE THOMPSON JAMES CONWAY WATERS, JR. JAMES CAROL WAYBRIGI-IT .qu-1 SENIORS DONNA CAROLE WET ZEL JAMES FREDDIE WINDLE 'Ui is x Am N , , 1 , JOANNE ZIRKLE SHIRLEY ANN ZLRKLE i - fl. 'Y . WILLIAM ALLEN ZIRKLE A ' SENIOR DIRECTORY RICHARD BAKER SANDRA CLICK SCA 1,2 3 4 May Courtl 2 FBLA 3 Safe ty Patrol 3 MARY BEAHM SCA 1 2 3 4 Lat1n Club l Sc1ence Club 1 H1 Yl 2 Safety Patrol2 Basketball2 FHA 2 3 Softball 3 Beta Club 3 L1brary Club 3 Annual Staff 4 JANET BILLER SCA 1 2 3 4 Ways and Means Cornrn1ttee 1 2 3 FHA 1 2 3 4 H1stor1an l Reporter 2 L1brary Clubl 2 3 4 Play Cast3 Annual Qtaff 4 ELEANOR BLOSSER SCA 1 2 3 4 SCISDCB Club 1 FHA l 2 3 Safety Patrol 1 2 3 H1 Y Club 1 2 3 Vol leyball 2 3 Basketball 2 3 Class VICE pre s1dent 3 Softball 3 EVERETT BOWERS SCA 1 Z 3 4 FFA 1,2 3 Sent1nel 1 VICE pres1dent 3 Band l 2 3 4 EUNICE BOWMAN SCAl234 FBLA3 LINDA BOWMAN SCA 1,2 3 4 FBLA 2 3 Reporter 3 FHA 2 3 4 MARY LOU BOWMAN SCA 1 2 3 4 Soc1alComm1ttee 3 FHA 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent4 Cheerleader3 4 Co Cap ta1n 3, Capta1n 4 Paper Staff 4 FRANCES CASH SCA 1 2 3 4 Sc1ence Club I FHA 1 2 H1 Y l 2 3 Play Cast 3 Annual Staff 4 JO ANN CLARK SCA 1 2 3 4 Soc1al nd Recreat1on Com mittee 3 County Treasurer 4 Student Counc1l 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Song Leader 2 Secretary 3 County Secretary 4 Play Cast 3 Class Pres1dent 3 'NIANCY CLARK SCA 1 2 3 4 SOC1al and Recreat1on Com rmttee l 2 Ways and Means 3 Treasurer 3 Student COIlI1C11 3 L1brary Club l 2 3 4 PIeS1dent 4 Class Sergeant at Arms 2 Safety Patrol 3 Beta Club 3 Volleyball 2 Paper Staff 3 JOHN PAUL CLICK SCA 1 2 3 4 L1brary Club 1 2 3 Paper Staff 1 Baseball 1 Basketball 2 3 Play Cast 3 SCA 1 2 3 4 Softball 1 Class Pres1dent 1 Secretary2 Reporter3 Secretary4 Bas ketball l 3 L1brary Club 2 3 4 Band 3 Paper Staff 3 Beta Club 3 Annual Staff 4 CLIFFORD CRAIG SCAI 2 3 4 FFA 2 3 4 Reporter 3 VICE pres1dent 4 JUDY CRIDER SCA123,4 FHA123 CAROLE DELLINGER SCA 1 2 3 4 Cornrrnttee 2 Cheerleader 1 Softball 1 Safety Patrol l Basketball 3 KENNETH DELLINGER SCA 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 Safety Patrol 1 Class Play 3 MARTHA DELLINGER SCA 1 Z 3 4 Softball 3 Basketball 3 FHA BOYD EMSWIL LER SCA 12 3 4 VICE pres1dent 3 Athletlc Comm1ttee 2 Program Cornm1ttee 3 Stu dent Councll 3 Basketball 12 34 Co capta1n3 L1brary Club 1 2 3 V1Ce P1651 dent 3 Class V1ce pres1dent 2 3, Pres1 dent 4 Softball 3 Football 4 EDWARD ESTEP SCA 1,2 3,4 Basketball 1 2,3 4 Safety Pa trol 1 2,3 FFA2,3 4 Secretary 4 Band 3 4 Football4 TROY FADELEY SCA 1 2 3 4 PfeS1deHt 4 Beta Club 2 3 Paper Staff 2 3 Class Pres1dent 3 Bas ketball 3 HOMER FLEMING SCA 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3,4 Safety Patrol 1 BILL FRYE SCA 1 2 3 4 L1brary Club 1 2 3 4 Play Cast 3 May Court 3 JOHNNY FRYE SCA 1 2 3 4 May Court 1 2 Play Cast 3 DE Club, Pres1dent 4 NANCY FUNKHOUSER SCA l 2 3 4 Safety Patrol 1 2 111 rs 1 ' IIIS 1 . 1 9 1 1 " 11 111 3 S S :ani 1 1 ' af 1 1 xi 3 1 :arf :ra 1 " .U "', . . :ni as :nf Ina: 0 5' ...s 2 . - .f-4 . lil: 1 I Q S llls J IDS ,"" i "'.' ,.,: z : an J: " I 19:1 1 Q ills as . 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Class Pres1dent 3 Play Cast 3 Annual Staff 3 4 LARRY PHILLIPS SCA 1 2 3 4 Class Treasurer 1 Reporter 2 VICE Pres1dent 4 H1 Y 1 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Safety Patrol 3 Paper Staff 4 Band 1 . , 1 3 . . . 5" SC 1 1 1 1 F 1 1 141 H"Y 112131 , , Q , Q 1 1 - 1 1 1 I S 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 5 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h " h . . . - ' . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 . . . . I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 . , ' , . . 1 , ' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' . I Q 1 1 , ' 1 1 '- 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 . ' 3 V I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , Q 3 1 1 SCA 1,2,3,43 FHA 1,2,3,4, Songleader 23 Safety Pa'C1'0l 112,49 Basketball 3 1 1 "" 1 1 1 4 P 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' J I S 1' 3 1 I 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 I S 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ." 1 1 1 ' . . , 5 , , S 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I " 1 1 5 1 1 . , . 1 .' s s 3,4 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q , , I 5 s 5 12,35 ' - ' 5 '- , , 3 F . 1 1 141 Q , Q I 1 1 1 , I Q I Q , 1 S I 1 ' I V 1 3 1 1 1 1 , 1 " "' 1 1 1 1 1 Q - Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 29 SENIOR DIRECTORY LONNIE PHILLIPS SCA 1 2 3 4 FFA 2 BONNIE POLK SCA l 2 3 4 Softball 1 Class Off1cer FHA 2 3 4 Parl1amentar1an 3 FBLA 3 ELLA MAE POWERS SCA 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Histor1an 2 Paper Staff 2 3 Volley ball 2 3 Co Capta1n 3 Beta Club 2 3 L1 brary Club 2,3 VICB pres1dent 3 Class Reporter 3 Play Cast 3 Annual Staff 4 JOAN REEDY SCA l 2 3 4 Safety Patrol 2 3 4 HAROLD RHINEHART SCA 1 2,3 4 Class Pres1dent 2 Class Sec retary 3 Student Counc1l 3 Volleyball 3 Beta Club 3 RODNEY RUPERT SCA 12 3 4 JV Basketball 1 FFA 1 2 Baseball l 2 Softball l 2 3 Safety Patrol 2 Class Sergeant at Arms 3 Play Cast 3 JO ANN RYMAN SCA 1 2 3 4 Class Pres1dent 2 Class Sec retary 3 Student Counc1l 3 Volleyball 3 Beta Club 3 SYLVIA RYMAN tor1an2 Secretary 3 Class Secretary l 3 Volleyball 2 3 Cheerleader 3 SARA SALYARDS SCA 1 2 3 4 Student COU.D.C1l3 FHAl 2 3 4 Parl1amentar1an 1 2 Pres1dent 3 County V1ce Pres1dent 4 H1 Y 12 3 Basketball 1 Safety Patrol 1 2 Sc1ence Club 1 2 Soft ball 1,2 3 Glee Club 2 Beta Club 2 3 Paper Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 BETTY JANE SEEKFORD SCA 1 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 L1brary Club 4 KAREN SHAFER SCA1 2 3 4 FHA 1,2 3 4 Secretary 3 L1 brary Club 2 3 Beta Club 2 3 Play Cast 3 DOROTHY SHOWMAN SCA1 2 3 4 FHA 2,3 4 FBLA 2 3 Annual Staff 4 CAROL SILVIOUS SCA 1,2 3 4 FHA 1 2 3,4 Safety Patrol 1 H1 Y 1 L1brary Club 1 2 MADELINE SILVIOUS SCA l 2 3 4 DE Treasurer 4 BERNICE STROOP SCA 1 2 3 4 Safety Patrol 1 Sc1ence Club 1 FHA 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Glrls Basketball Manager 2 BETTY STROOP SCA1 2 3 4 FHA2 FBLA 3 Safety Patrol 1 DO Club Secretary 4 BONNIE STUNKLE SCA1 2 3 4 FHA2 3 4 V106 Pres1dent 4 FBLA 3 GLEN THOMPSON SCA 1 2 3 4 JERRY WALTERS SCA 1,2 3 4 Band 1 2 3,4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Basebal11,2 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Safe ty Patrol 1 2 3 Football 4 MERRILL WARE SCA12 3 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Presldent 4 L1 brary Club 2 CONWAY WATERS SCA 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 H1 Y JAMES WAYBRIGHT Club 4 DONNA WETZEL SCA1 2 3 4 SC16I1CeCl11b Secretary 1 H1 Y 1 Basketball 1 Class Secretary 2 Beta Club 2 3 Glee Club 3 Secretary of Honor Counc1l 3 Play Cast 3 L1brary Club 4 Paper Staff 4 JAMES WINDLE SCA 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 Safety Patrol 1 2 3 FFA Reporter 4 JOANNE ZIRKLE SCA 1,2 3 4 Softball 1 3 FBLA 2 3 FHA 2 3 4 Volleyball 3 Paper Staff 4 L1brary Club 4 SHIRLEY ZIRKLE SCA 1 2 3 4 FHA 1,2 3 4 H1 Y 2 Sc1ence Club l Basketball 2 L1brary Club R porter 3 Softball 3 Paper Staff 4 WILLIAM ZIRKLE SCA1234 FFAl,23,4 H1 Y1 1111 lil: .,.: 5 ' Z9 ,.,: 3' ,,, ' 9 3 ,,,: ,.s 1111 1111 ll gp is ' :los 5 pg " 1 11' I 1 I ' 5 S S 1111 111 ' S Iili 11 111 a li 1 " 3 5 S 111 :si 1 11 uni 1111 " ll: IDIJ 3 13 ,Q YI: 1 -- S Ili: 1111 1' 1111 ' 1 ' 1 1 3 Ili: 1111 1313-2 SCA1,2,3.4:ScienceC1ub1:FHA.L2:His- scA 1,2,3,4g science Club 15 Hi-Y1pDo 1 S 11 15 ' , inns. 1 :.' .1111 2:11 5 Q . . l", 2 .5 s ' " 'ff 's s' s ' if ,S '- is Q ,Q 5 1115 5 1 . I: 1 1:01 1,,Q ' .,s .s .1 lol! tn: sl' 111 1 11 ,Q llig ns as ISIS :11."f. 3 1 ne' Z 3 U 11: ll: Q - , ' PII: 1 S" 30 4 N' Qx President ...... Barbara Lamma Vice-President ...... Betty Neff Secretary . . . . Carol Arm Branner Treasurer . . . Barbara Showzman .UNIOR CLASS ADVI QRS Mrs. Virginia H. Myers James O'De1l Jerry M. Wampler .UNIOR Carolyn Allen Janet Arehart es '05 -'N 95 Helen Arthur Fay Baker Wayne Baker Doris Barb Kenneth Blogger Mary Blosser Richard Blosser Ruth Bolt gum 2?- if 3 Carol Brarmer Karen Branner 'F' Cathe rine Blackburn Larry Bowman Qs. ,' 54. .T 'ix 15 Qs 'Vi C sry, .IU lIORQ Sha ron Buchanan Virginia Bundick IU5 413 i xJ v-C N. Y . Mx e A... Barbara Burkett Judy Clem Roland Coffman Greta Craig 14 D J' Betty Day Lee Dellinger Judy Duncan David Ernswiler TIT' IN lm 1- 'UH rf 'Dx ir-7' Larry Crider Eugene Fadely 'US "fi Ann Fansler Douglas Foltz 15 U .IU IOR Sammy Fowle Fred Funkhouser 9' N i sg min L. Oren Funkhouser .Timmy Garber Ervin Golladay Linda Green June Harpine Y In -f 4. V '1 ILAQ -.- in T, X 3 ,.-L Janice Helvey Diane Irby Donald Jenkins J ,,-' 4.1 Rodney Jone S i N " Wayne .Tones 1-"" Qs, - Ernest Kerlin Jane Knight F , 75' 1 J U IORQ Larry Koch Barbara Larmna xmzgrw pf Z ""'1 Dianne Larrick Janxes Lindarnood Charles Litten Leota Litten JudY LOUIS Johnny Siamese Bennie Mc.-Xlexander Rodney MCK61'lZiS Ge11CVi9VG Miller Mary Miller ,, , lv-f Q- HUP 4:-'f' 5- r r 1- -'9 QP Q ' 3 'rw' XA A A Robert Ivhller John fyiogn-law 'UQ Betty Neff JUNIOR Rlchard Neff 9- lh K"S T7 ? , 'W Y-15. -.Aw f' Roger Polk Fred Reger Renna Reid Barbara Robinson Sandra Sager .arbara Schaeffer GU! l r. Nancy Semple Q ix 'V be L5-' 2 lx 7 4. Ronme Sours Louie Shafer Barbara Showman Charles Silvious Cl Donald Steadman yas. Ma... X.,- X 3' 5 A X Q Q 1 if if y???z?6L?iEf' John Swartz Barbara Will 3-1- X L l ki , V A il J I J I Q R S Bonnie Stover Wayne Strawderman .1-UV. -11 Kay W'are Sandra Waters Judy Wellard Kitty Wills Jane Zerkel JoAnne Zirkle a H Claude if ,4 Whetzel Warren Zirkle Wwkwq J D SOPHOMGRE We the students of the first Sophomore class at Stonewall Jackson High School have a lot in store for us. Although many of our faces were unfamiliar at the first of the year, we have grown to become a strong and close working class. I know we shall always do our best in everything we attempt in our remaining years of high school and shall look forward to our graduating together. .ii N L J! mx K' , N - 1' fw 4 L5 JN R AP' IX Y N- XJ ,N Xl XM' ,Atv N' . .5 , XJ xg X it W ' W 4 1 , 5 X ' 1 A Q X- 'a J ,M y - , . . wlrymsvr in my v President ........ Richard Richman .MN ,f, N J ' 1 , A is! Vice-President . . . Doyal Miller V! L',l:v"' QQ, LX O XJ X! Secretary .... . . Bobbie Holtzman t 0 J I X ,N L. M .K U 'x Treasurer . . . ,. Gary Stickley N - lf N A N Ll. NNY NU 'lf ,Q , F4 L Y . L X C 'V ,w Dv. NV M, 5 v v xx .Qi N, XMPI yy , ,ux - N Rm R N ,Jlv L :V w ,J NJ A , 'V W, m L N A X V l' .1 bl K9 'NX fluff ' X v .N N X Sv M Xb Y A X W Z X., 1 ADVISORS Mrs. Wallace Smith Miss Judith Bird Mrs. Dorothy Dellinger ,' M . , ' R f X f J ' M Z3 .M X Q 'x Gr 111 Y' CDI 'Sh if life! 5 X '-W Narval Barb Joe Beahrn Sp.. l 1, Ai ur- 1- 'fmt Freddie Baker Jerry Baker Judy Baker Roger Baker OPHOMORES fl. S...-. Evelyn Clem Gary Click William Craig Betty Dawson ,M - 'za e N N X - ' N E:-.ff E if r R 'G Q qs- - vs. 'k as S- fatb- ,fiat .ww 14 f C X A x , iL.l Ffa . . UNH-J' . . . . . Anna Delawder Teddy Delawder Doris Dellinger Dorris Dellinger Janet Dellinger Richard Dellinger L. Bobby Frye is Jason Fulk Jeanie Dox e Wilma Edwards Calvin Hassler Jerry Hiner :ffm 'fx 'igv f Qi ,M fix Helen Goode Carroll Green Freddie Funkhouser Georgia Good OPI-IOMORE QS -TSTTY Hi-HSS Bobby Holtzman Charles Hounshell William Janney IH S4 - y syvk I l m 'Qs TT' "' an i QS 4 Q ix 42' X1-1 Kay Jones Janelle Kagey Mose Kalin Judy Kelly Charles .Kibler Herbert Kibler 1 Judy Knupp Larry Knupp Mary Knupp Violet Lantz 'N -on 1? Vlrglnla Lemke 'Ui James Lindamood Qi Hilda Lloyd Judy G. Miner ynf ,- Joan Litten Judy L1tten , SGPHGMQRE Walter Marston, Jr. Doyal Miller Eddie Miller James R. Miller Judy E. Miller if :N K - A 1- f, 1 y , "N .aww on iff A -S fm A F YP .w J Q in , 'I' J 0 an " '. Mn N we - J vf' TDL J A . Aw- ' sf! ' V ,-S s 'Vg' ' V.- fi- fa- Ci if J 2? C 1 1 Ruth Miller John Monrof: X J - K Donald Mooney Gloria Myers Patricia Myers XX X -1. Anna Nalley Jerry Ollnger Bobby Painte r Donrue Polk Q,,,..J, ins Mary Poole Verlin Procter ?.'N 'UQ Eddie Rice Dean Rinker Peggy Rinker Betty Rupert 'T isis - P Q Vkv, ,W Q I GPHQMORES Cecil Ryman pn, rx .., ,hh V Donna Sager Randy Shannon Os are- .MN 'Q' -fb- T f"x ' 1 Nelson Shirkey Lillie Smootz Mary Spiggle Judy Spitler Judy Steadman Richard Stokes r iff' "nz I lt 'LV AVLIN A I ' K v XQJBQ, in fx ., ns Gary Stickley Phyllis Thompson Margie Thorpe puns- Doris Weatherholtz pn I T if Judy Weatherholtz Shelton Weatherholtz Larry Weaver Linda Wettersten OPHOMORE Doris Williams Betsy Windle Steward Wmdle Gary Wine Katherume Wme Janet Wolfe Eleanor Z1rkle Linwood Zirkl e N 395 X f 15 fi VTTW' 'UN dm is 9..- l Margaret Zxrkle Marjorie Zirkle Mary Z1rkle C. Q" Robe rt Zi rkl e 11 President ..... . Vice-President Secretary .... . Treasurer . .Betty Jo Bowman . . Roger Miller Claudette Hamilton . . . . Judy Frye Time passes. The knowledge of the world enlarges and changes the shape of our future. For us, the present freshmen and future soph- mores, time also passes, and knowledge is also gained, enlarged, and used. High school chal- lenges us, and we shall meet this challenge. We shall meet and perhaps raise the standards of our newly Constructed high school. We hope to leave a challenge to the future freshmen, achal- lenge of meeting and raising the level of the pre- sent call, and to our class, our officers, and our representatives, fond memories of the freshmen class of 59-60. FRESHMA CLASS Advisors Mrs. Mary Ellen Wynkoop Mrs, Lucille Good l Mrs. Louise Showrnan Miss Elizabeth Kagey ,gi A me Thru 435 'I - - 7' 9 9- as B X 5 K '14-f ,r ' 1 Xmas, 'xl 5 T' 'jake f , ,H B A X: . , gf' A X ,L K 'Q .. is s i -'35 1 li 1 FRE Shirley Bauserman Diana Benson Barbara Blosser Connie Blosser HMEN Audrey Bolt Betty Bowman Richard Bowrnan George Broy :al M' A' is 5 vw- an tk' wg- Q., A 'EX ix ii-ze, ix s . 'US 5, 3' 'DS .f in ' 7. 'xii -s is 154' 5 ' z, 3'-Jag ilk ' ffm LWer,efffAf 1 ,M if Cj1f2'c,4X-L John Abbott Michael Allen Beatrice Barb Carl Barb Curtis Barb Ronald Barb Peggy Barber Dale Bauserman E L 1 X 'Yr vis 1 Q. hr is f ' u.. 71' f"1"' ff, Qi So . Ken Burch Russell Burkholder Mary Bushong Wayne Clark Mark Click, Jr. Nancy Collins Carolyn Crider Nancy Dawson 'Y ,xy X fe Us "' ' 441 Robert Foltz Betty Frye Judy Frye David Funkhouser FREQHMF T Turner Funkhouser Dennis Garber Judy Garber Jerry Golladay if-, 'Iwi' X CH Us - f II nxt K A X if ' 1 rx! ty. gli..." Phillip Litten Roger Lloyd Lawrence Mandola Julia Marston HM'l Fianna Miller George Miller James Miller Lester Miller its -'fi if F R l X I .Q 1 1 A A,x jy: 'R f ' 5. Q ' ' liar' Q. fffgi-ff 51 f i - - lf' pg: i Dwight Neff Phyllis Neff Beverly Negus Leslie Hirsh Judy Hoover Dannie Hottinger Dorothy Hynes Jeannie Kipps Sharon Larrick Alger Lineweaver Allen Litten v . Richard Miller Roger Miller William Miller William Miller, Jr X he Donna Newland Kay Newland Norma Ottcy Billy Pence Q'x ilu? Linda Polk Jane Rea Claudia Reedy Susan Reger il in f lik, A 'S' ,flu ma.- 'E Qin K Georgeanna Salyards --' Patsy Shaeffer Wilda Shoemaker E Allen Shirkey -- Al Vefff' Stella Sheetz George Smith Mary Smootz Sharron Smoot X Qvxgf.. . N A- Carolyn Reid Carolyn Rhinehart Daniel Rinker James Romick FRE H Cecil Rosen III Susie Runion Carolyn Ryman Frederick Ryman a t. Q. Us be ME I ,K 3 I' l 1 QS li . lx -ff, Linda Tisinger .lou Tusing Carol Waruc-r Billy Wulls F L11 M li Tinuny Well s Stephanie Whitrnore Gary Will Carol Woodley ,F 'vw N . . f, "' l.-'. K I . '. Q Af, Linda Specht Doris Spitler James Spitzer Marilyn Spitzer James Stover Judy Stover Carl Summers Ida Swartz N r anal., -1- av-3 Jack Zerkel Ronald Ze rkel Carroll Zirkle President .... . Sandra Painter Vice-President . . . Elaine Powers Secretary .... . . Patricia Fadely Treasurer . . . . . Sandra Good With the pleasantness of a new school sur- rounding them, the busy eighth graders have com- pleted their first year of high school life. Dur- ing the year they have learned how important working together really is. Anfiong other things, they will be honored as the first class to go all the way through Stonewall Jackson High School. EIGHTH GRADE CLASS Advisor S Mr. Luther Simmons Mrs. Glenna Zirkle Mr. Hugh Hawkins Mr. Jim Moyers A is A, ? Q 5 . X .4 'F s, .2 C A f ' A -. f N Cvary Bausei man Phyllis, Bynaker gh mi all H M. is ' 7 wx iff. 'B N . eg: ,..'.v .'." . . 1, . . .M h I-,.f1g. Tommy Beahm Virgie Bynaker 'f4'i',,Q"h. Q E4 5-N ,, J I1 tx J .. -,,,.Q3., ew-no Y Daniel Baker Gary Baker Robert Baker Roger Baker 'U' Q'- F' Patsy Beatty INCH Jean Clanahan .Nw fm, .PJ CP Anna Barb Berlin Barb Donald Barb Sudie Barb lWlGRADE ,,. il -. 4 rv lil fy ' . 4 A 3 ,nf no :E gi . wry, L 3 ,ELSE if X 'll X . ke W' ' M X C mNm4 mm 1 Bonnie Rita Biller Bowman Wayne .Tuna Clark Click I, .5 ,vw Sue Bowman Mary Cline , -:fri 5 - ffw . 'jf fm K ' 5 A 3 Roger Coffman Johnnie Delawder A .N ',-i M John Cyim Delores Dellinger 1 , C my 1 4' ...l .5 ,,, f A ,J 4 V ! 2 7' x o- Frederick Dart Jerry Dellinger - Q N , Curtis De1aWde1- Roger Dellinger M law Q . . 'N 9' , , ,Aw C. 1 1' 'N P' fiat 3 Q., ,- za-v ,sm 0. ix Q ,QQ ,- .C h, HT, ,Q C Patricia Susan Fadely Fansler Norman Charles Frye Fultz 2 'L C Q. Vx X Not Pictured Zig, Roger D. Dellinger Jane Dodson Nancy Dodson Katherine Doll ,ff an--t W no., ,, n -. .,- 4,1 ., in ... 2 Virginia Frazier IHGHTH James Fultz lee an 'Ls N Q . 'C lg I J y- 5 : if .N , 'X Eddie Garber Gloria Golladay Jeannette Golladay Patricia Golladay 53 . -1 In Reid Douglass - nl 'K John Eaton Jo Ann Estep Nancy Estep asi- vig, 'x , 4 Linda Frye GRADE Betty Funkhou s e r f 'Ib AL Q., ,. ,ni in "' , SX Roland Coffman Gary Good Kenny Green Charle s Grim A! f Wish. """f,f fi CY 4 As, a , "-.:.- ' x . ' Louella Frye Carolyn Funkhouser 5. AA. 'Zvi . it fs Q "' an Sa- 'i ... 'L ,vuqfx f .pn- Hawlci? .L I 5 Q Qi' Y fe 3 Mary Hansberger Patricia Hansberger John Grim ff Lonnie Grove 'H+ My or in ,X x Sandra Good Karen Green Roger I-Iarpine H. M. Hawkins II fe , KS Galen Julia Hepner Hottie EIGHTH GR,P' V' 1- " V., I' to ff Sandra . 'kv' Pgvfqlf , I Y argie Larrick Y.l ,fVA'y7j" Jg, ,fV,,vUN10Yd na" I' J aiu 'pdf 'I J ,f F A wa 'dl A 44,1 fflvvi 1'V'7'1fX I 4 1 -fl y ' M Uqi'x'MLif'- ' .fx -'X r f,j,Jv"' wr- . Vx V xi Tx K is ru .payi- .- A 4- Q3 VX? my V , W -I A :R 1 Y ' ,. ,J P 43.5 X L -' ff ,Q fl 'f if? In gr V-' 4 AU l . A J P A D V. Billy Lodng , VN 75? Qwwfinavld Mluer Victoria Maloney jg? ,jf Patricia Miller is il . Cyl: ,IV Georgia McNair Goldie Moomaw Beverly Miller Penny Murphy ar' it '. N f ' GTA '51 1, M my K, ' 1 ., ,fs r,e iq - .gh Caroline Hynes Helen Lineweaver an f we I QW 2 Q 5 -s -, c lg: " QMS Ann Janney Nancy Lonas .63 'vs ,ding sax, lXx 'Q' ,Abu 'a , P'-s 5 ,-vw. , ' Q 9' Beverly Neff S, .3 L1 . -" . 1 L ,, Allen Nicholas Sandra Painter Cgiarle s Phillips C 4 - , 'I 7 'ru J A! , R . D M, uw O f . M' ' N If 1 fm, L 2? r .Q Danette Painter Kenny Jo Phillips '- , Daniel Painter Joyce Polk y Q " I 'ef if ' A P if gf P . SL! I 455 lf' Sill Ill. ' A . ' ' , , UW! L7 7 dj E -f LL' , ,lf 4 110 M X bfi' 50 1 ' 1 "m--f- W' 11 . tx I-- y ,X Gly!! 'K ' P y WL ' l ' 1 t s xt px A 017 ,ydf 4fL L A Laffy' S . fi' Leo Miles Elaine Marietta Qijkb' ichard Polk Portlock Powers Quesenberry Zjuj Rid An ,- 1 N 1 if iillq IWGHTH GRADE .J . -J Ned Paul Steven Tommy Carolyn Ruby Runion Weaver Ryan Ryman , fr., - ,.a- ig, 'X ,CI ' .li L lr I K wo. s- ky Q A 5 qk,,:,- N: Y- " l. , QNX ,D . I A ' 1 XFX xi Q a f X tix -.R -3 ... X , H 'F Cl' z. 'M 02 'f Charles S x Dennie Shirley N 3 - Derwood ff Gilbert Silvious , 4 . I :' V l J Jane Shaffer V Phyllis Silvious .mia shirkey Carolyn Showman in V-- V 7 iffy Cm I Lex l LWDl llpeile w ,,?1KljRosen J! sd! Orville Ryman Qs Y? MS. is-f . fcfllfjf, PQ: f' ""'i,?A in -5 M.. fry Q 'hill L x, ,1 15 my is W "gi: V x fl -4,- ff a L flt J N1 J ..,,1 2 rrv, tix ki S il w i 52-to .M Ilia! .,, 1 ' zfwiwf S Roger Stover Wayne Swartz Judy Shutters ittl' Si . N 'vg.Q.,0-f'-J JJ. GC Theodonna Turner Melvin Tu sing Barbara Stillwell Steven Spitler -Robe rt Stout Donna Stroop Judy Ward Diane Weatherholtz EKHHWlGRADE Donnie Wine John Wynne Douglass Weaver Charles Wellard Darwin C. York Keith York Marilyn Wellard Jessie Whitmer Bobby Williams Charles Wills 56 A3 ZA - IM, MMMJWW Qs , ff ,N 2 Li.. 'W J 'Sf' if . 41 I n' J G , , ji , it s f V' 2 f X , , . , , X T 4 .x , James Zerkel 'On TUDE T COOPER TIVE ASSOCIATIO 14 Seated: Barbara Showrnang Irene Rosen-Asst. Treasurerg Linda Tisinger-Treasurerg Betsy Windle-Secretaryg Warren Zirkle-Vice Presidentg Troy Fadely-President. Standing: Jean McClanahang Nancy Sempleg Ruth Haltermang Ruth Boltg Roger Coffmang Lee Dellingerg Mr. C. J. Harner-Asst. Advisorg Mrs. Glenna Zirk1e-Advis- org Jane Reap Jo Ann Clarkg Audrey Boltg Judy Litteng Karen Green. Not Pictured: Jeanie Dovep Carolyn Hynesg Annabelle Phillipsg Jo Ann Rymang Donnie Polkg Ned Rubyg Timmy Wellsg Jessie Whitman. The Student Co-operative Association of Stonewall Jackson High School, as the governing body of the students, tries to pro- mote a better understanding between faculty and students, to improve school activities in anyway possible. 1 ......""'l Wi SQA. , SNAPS ' I Troy Fadely gives his qualifications for President Barbara Lamma ready to speak for herself 'VARY KMA Hard work was our platform, Growth was our goal . . . May success be our results. After installation: Troy Fadely, Warren Zirkle, Betsy Windle, Linda Tisinger Troy Fadelyinstalls Linda Tisinger as treasurer 'i . Sf' 1, f A Hi , ' 1' , ' 1 J, 5 fx 9 , 1 ,wh f - - r . ' vw, f Q ,- . , W-gf A .L ,, . ,Q .X N k L . 1 il ' ., 1 'W , 'f "f , 2 1- W wi-Q 16 IIBRARY CLUB F1TSt Row Donna Larr1ck Janet B11ler Shlrley Mmmck Nancy Clark Sandra C11Ck Elleen Lutz Second Row Joanne Z1rk1e Betty Seekford Sharon Larrlck Marllyn Spltzer Susan Reger Dorls Barb Llnda Wettersten Gary Chck, Mary Mlller Thlrd Row Mlss Fansler adusor B111 Frye Jo Ann Zxrkle Page Hynes, Jane Rea 'Z Flag, I l Jo Ann Z1rk1e Reporter Llnda Wettersten Vlce Presldent Nancy Clark Presldent Bobb1eHo1tzman Secretary M155 Fansler advlsor 60 .J , A . Gary Stickiey, Ruth Bolt, Donna Wetzel, Bobbie Holtzman, Dorris Dellinger. 2- - ll' 'N I ...Q- LIBRARY CLUB ' orne books are to be tasted others to be swallowed d some few to be chewed and dlgested Bacon The love of books 1S a love whlch requures ne1ther J st1f1cat1on, apology, nor defence Langford PURPOSE OF LIBRARY CLUB The Llbrary Club enables prospectlve hbrarlans, hbrary asslstants, and those lnterested 1n the L1brary to enjoy the companlonshlp of fellow students wlth common mterests and asslst other students to make the best use of our l1bra1-y fac1l1t1es The club has monthly programs and aCt1V1t1eS 1n whlchthe members plan and partlclpate The hxghhght of the year ' 1S the Faculty Tea durlng Book Week sponsored by the club 6l FUT RE H0 EMAKERS OF AMERICA Yi 'lllli IIIUU 'UIUC' 'lllI. Fxrst Row Donna Newland Secretary L1ll1an Green,H1stor1an Eleanor Z1rkle Reporter Mary Lou Bowman Presldent Bonnle Stunkle Vxce Presxdent, Ruth Mlller, Treasurer Second Row Judy Steadman Judy Baker, Lmda Bowman Betty Seekford Thlrd Row I-Illda Lloyd Jo Ann M1ller Mary Knupp, Dorothy Showman Jane Rea, Janet Blller Fourth Row Ella Mae Powers Bonnle KIPPS Annabelle Ph1ll1ps Barbara Burkett Betsy Wlndle Flfth Row Katherme W1ne Sandra Sager Patsy Gochenour Elleen Lutz Janet Arehart, Kay Jones, Leota Lltten Slxth Row Karen Branner Bonme Stover Jeanne Dove Carol Branner Ruth Halterman Page Hynes, Judy Mlller Seventh Row Mrs V1rg1n1a Myers advlsor Sh1rley Zlrkle Betty Neff Nancy Semple Mary Sp1ggle Helen Goode Ruth Bolt, Mrs Luczlle Good advlsor The F H A has a rnembershxp of 122 g1r1s, wh1ch 1S a large number for a f1rst year organ1zat1on Among many of the aCt1V1t16S sponsored by the F H A were the Valentxne Dance and a FaSh1On Show The F H A has worked hard to carry out the goals set up at the beg1nn1ng of the school year kwu I Ntw Hog 62 .. i G5 .. Q ,, A is 4 5 - A Y tl , - A Q K7 , xg " . I , A , A ,. , ,.-i .L E P+ X P' x 1 ' 1 , s ' ' ' ' 9 ' , s 1 S 1 ' ' S Jo Ann Clark, County Secretary. : , ' , . 3 1 n 1 2 , ' ' , ' ' , , ' : ' ' . , , ' , ' 2 s ' , , , , : ' I t ' .7 ' 5 I I ! 3 l , , . , . u +C' o, 1 4' Q 3 G J F. " D 4 0 3' 0-1 C OD xx FUTI Rla HOMEMAKERS QF AMERICA 'Z Nl I F1rst Row L1nda Specht Judy Kelley Leslle Hlrsh Judy Duncan Kay Ware V Bund1ck Second Row Thlrd Row Shoyyrnan Fourth Roxy Sharon Larrlck Stella Sheetz Barbara Roblnson Barbara Schaeffer Patsy Schaeffer Becky Gordon Elva Hlrsh Fay Baker IlelenArthur B Peggy Rlnker Judy Weatherholtz Joan Lltten Carolyn Crlder Wcttcxstcn DOTIS Wcathcrholtz Judy Knupp Carol Woodley Shlrlcy Bauscrrnan Ann F nslcr Seventh Row Judy Hooycr Nancy Coll1ns Dorls Spltler Betty Frye Carol Sllylous Delllnger Janet Wolfe Kay 'Newland Barbara will man Lmda S1xth Royy Blackburn Madlsox College Glrls Stress Home Ec Maklng plans for Dance - sum' ll" Tl Cbldllm IAIIS Kim 1 ISA mms .noumuusu unsnuufs Qs Joumusu nnsnrsus sumo Tflfwslm .1 63 1rg1n1a arbara Cathy Dorxs 7 3 f -4 .J A 22 4 3 Q 'A I sa -1 W ,, o 3 ,, ' . : W' 17 1 ,U D -- Y 1 - ,g , E 'Le 1' lf . , Z . , vi , . I y y . . . ': ' , 1 ' ' , . 2 ' ' ' X X 1 , , , 1 , 'I A ' ' 1 , ' 1 ' 1 ' . Fifth Row: Betty Dawson, Mary' Ann Zirkle, Mary Lee Smoot, JerryOlinger, Bobbie Holtz- , a - . - 'T ' ' ' 1 ' V 1 A C 1 ' ' 1 4 'Q 1 ' ' 1 1 7 iv V 1 Y' - Qw "' ' ' Xllglkgff ISI ' I, , i x QS ---........,. 1 X A FUTURE HOMEM KER GF AMERICA 'T mann: Flrst Row Joanne Zlrkle Donna Larrlck Susan Reger Marllyn Spxtzer Second Row Dlane Benson Sharon Smoot Martna Delhnger Margle Thrope Wllda Shoe maker Ex elyn Clem Thlrd Row Claudla Reedy Betty Jo Bowman Claudette Hamllton Polly Fltchett SUSIE RLIIIIOH June Harpxnc Flfth Row Georgeanna Salyards Mary Bushonv Judy Stover Mary Blosser Partlal Exh1b1t of Chrlstmas Ideas Malung Dr1ed Arrangements in "fate" 0 VNXH 64 ii ' 7 'Q' a ' C R R 1 , L 4- M1 r X Q 1' 1 C4 ms. FourthlRow: Carolyn Rhinehart, Linda Tisinger, Betty Stroop, Phyllis Neff, Carol Zirkle, ' 'S , ' C, , . Z -W . f " ' X fr t no 1 0 A 2 'Q' A N, sm PUT RE FARMER OF AMERICA I 1 Left to Rlght Hugh M HaWk1HS Carl Barb .Tumor Duncan W1ll1am .Tanney Robert Z1rk1e Merr1llWare,George Mlller Berl1n Harp1ne Dwlght Neff W1ll1amH M1ller Fred W1nd1e W11l1am Zlrkle Herbert Klbler Freddle Baker Larry Estep Turner Funkhouser Henry Cralg Patterson Evy Beverly Lltten Donnle I-lottlnger George Foltz Larry Weaver Charles K1bler Roger Lloyd Dale Bauserman Teddy Delawder Larry Bowman Larry Harpme F F A Boys work1ng 1n the shop 65 FUTUREF RMER QF MERICA m m .A-all Left to Right Hugh M Hawkins Allen Shirkey Curtis Barb William F Miller Ernest Kerlin Louie Shafer Roland Coffman James R Miller Jerry Baker Fred Ryman Robert Miller Ken Burch James Spitzer Carl Summers Bobby Joe Frye Jack Zerkel Fred Funkhouser Clifford Craig Calvin I-lassler Benny Jones Jason Fulk Richard Neff Lester Miller Richard Bowman Rodney Jones Everette Bowers Kenny Blosser John Swartz Not Pictured Mr Alexander and several Members The Future Farmers of America is a national organization for farm boys studying agriculture and only boys enrolled in Vocational Agriculture can become members. The primary aim of the FFA is the development of agriculture leadership cooperation, and citizenship. The organization has been active this year and the members have participated in many contests, besides sending representatives to the State Fair, where they received knowledge about the latest farming methods. YAQMKDS Q- 0 Hoy' AOFF f X, - , CQICULQ ,WI 1. ,. , 4 fm" " 'N 9' 41 A A A 3 D 7 Slab Of 'ULU 66 SAFETY PATROL Flrst Row Mr Luther Sunmons Dav1d Funkhouser Shelton Weatherholtz, Larry Knupp Sonny Stover, Dlane Benson Barbara Schaeffer Helen Arthur Rlchard Stokes Rlchard Rlchman Roland Coffman, Larry Estep Jerry Baker Second Row Helen Goode Mary Splggle Carol Branner, June Harp1ne Beatrlce Barb Kay Newland Barbara W1ll Ann Fansler Beverly Negus Dlane Irby Joan Reedy Nancy M1ller Brenda M1ller L1nda Specht Bonme Polk Bettv Neff Carolyn Rh1nehart Thlrd Row Dorls W1ll1ams, Kay Jones Judy Baker V1rg1n1a Lernke Cathy Blackburn June Foltz Ruth Bolt L1nda Frye Claudette I-Iam1lton Patsy Beatty Patsy Hansberger Sudle Barb Judy Kelley Catherme Wxne, Dorls Weatherholtz Claudla Reedy OFFICERS ax 'T fx Rlchard R1chrnan Kay Jones Brenda Miller Captain lst Lieutenant Znd Lieutenant 67 i PAPER STAFF ark? 53' If .fl A Seated left to r1ght Brenda Mlller Asslstant Edltor Jlm Hoover Edltor Bonn1e KIPPS BHSIHBSS Manager Standxng Mr Jerry Warnpler Adv1'sor Joe Lam Feature Edltor Donna Whetzel Club Echtor Mary Lou Bowman Art1st Larry Ph1ll1ps Boy's Sports Edltor Joanne Zlrkle C1rc:ulat1on Manager Donna Larr1ck Typlst Sylvla Ryman G1rl's Sports Ed1tor Not 1n plcture Bermce Stroop Eleanor Blosser Shlrley Zlrkle Mary Beahm Judy Crlder JO Ann Z1rkle f f 22 ff 'fly Durlng the flrst year ln our consolldated h1gh school we have had all the more need for a newspaper capable of answerxng the who's what's and why's ofour students concernlng the scholastlc extra curmcular act1v1t1es and athletlcs The Apphed Enghsh Class under the d1rect1on of Mr Jerry Warnpler, has made up the Revellle Staff wh1ch has earnestly strlven to g1V6 the students a satlsfactory news paper In the monthly pubhcatlon It has been the goal of the staff to wr1te what the subscrlbers want to read We the f1rst staff of the Reve1lle would l1ke to pass on to the staff members ofthe future our enthuslasrn for a blgger and better newspaper 68 STO EW LL JACKSO I-HGH SCI-IOGL BAN 2.2. ?"""""Y" .-'W Judy Steadman C1ar1net Cathy Blackburn Clarlnet Barbara W1l1 Clarlnet Carol Ann Branner Clarmet Judy Lltten C1ar1net Helen Arthur Clarlnet Eddy M111er Sausaphone Everett Bowers Sausaphone Exleen Lutz Clarmet Jamce Helvey Clarmet Barbara Schaffer Clarxnet Ann Fansler Clarlnet Dean Rlnker Trombone Donald Jenklns Saxo phone Sammy Fowle Bar1tone Kay Jones Saxophone Danette Pa1nter Saxophone Barbara Showman Saxophone Wayne Baker Horn Dav1dL1tten Saxophone Roger Polk Horn Donnle Steadrnan Saxophone J'erryH1ner Drum Jerry Walters Drum Cecll Rosen Cornet Eddle Estep Cornet Bobby Pa1nter Cornet Torrlmy Fansler Cornet HomerFlem1ng Drum Mr Orebaugh D1rector Ernest Kerhn Cornet Jlmmy Mxller Cornet Not 1n plcture John Abbott Drum Tommy Fansler SO1O1Sf The Band practxces every day 69 Sara Ann Saly ards Treasurer B111 Frye As soclate Treasurer 1-Q. fv- K' Boyd Ernswller Boys' Sports Edltor Ella Mae Powers Glrls' Sports Edltor NN AL sir L Robe rt Hottle Ed1tor Sandra Cl1Ck Buslnes s Manager Janet Blller Bus1nes S Manager Ji? I' Pr eparlng Copy we A i A 'JK 11-rg ali Jlm Hoover Art Edxtor Nancy Semple Assoclate Art Edltor Annabelle Phllllps As soclate Edltor Rlchard O'Roark Photographer Brenda M1ller Assoc1ate Photographer l"'! elf", Ns. Ux 4.4 TAFF Mrs Wallace Sffllth Sponsor M1ss Jud1th B1rd Sponsor le .1 Typlng and Proofreadlng Donna Larrlck Typlst 1 Dorothy Sho vu man T ypl st is 'Y' 1' Frances Cash Typlst Mary Beahm Typxst NNUAL TAFF El Seated Janet Blller Annabelle Ph1ll1ps Robert Hottle Sandra Chck Standmg Mlss Judlth B1rd Mary Beahm FrancesCash EllaMae Powers James Hoover NancySemple Dorothy Showman R1chard ORoark Donna Larr1ck Mrs Wallace Srruth Boyd Emsw1ler Brenda M1ller We the annual staff of 1960 wlsh to present 5 H1 X, Q to the students of Stonewall Jackson H1gh School our yearbook the JACKSONIAN HERITAGE We hope you w1l1 engoy 1t and recelve as much pleasure from It 1n 1ts f1n1shed form as we have had publlshlng lt O 'K- A H School Seal Designed by staff artist, James Hoover 72 SP S8 VARSITY CHEERLEADER S GENERALS 9 Mary i le S R 8 Dianne Larrick C d ' 2 ' lil N b Mary Lo man 'an 1 4 iv 3, 'S' J ha" i PttyFd1y J V CHEERLEADER S kyG D :SK -1 X G X GENE RAL S -X K GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL as-4" Left to R1ght Judy Baker Capta1n Joan L1tten Ella Mae Powers Sue Allen, Ruth Bolt X 1rg1n1a Bundlck Dor1s Barb GrettaCra1g Barbara Burkett Beverly Nlegus Manager Mlss L1ll1an Graves spectacular jump Stonewx all Stonevs all Stoneyx all Stonevu all Stonexx all Stoncwx all Stonewall Stonewx all Stonewall Stonew all Stonevw all Stonewx all Stonewall Clark County Luray MOHtCX1d6O Stanley Strasburg Central Clark County Broadway Luray MOHt6V1d9O Strasburg Central Clark County Waiting for rebound ACTION SHOTS lntruding opponent 76 'NJ Vlrglnla Bundlck Form ard 5,14 2 Joan Lltt en Qvw Guard Greta Cra1g Forward Lllllall Grax e s Coach X x Ella Powers Sue Allen 1 j Forward Guard 4 JoAm1a Zlrklc Guard GIRL J BASKETBALL C7 vi lda Sue Swartz Mary Bushong llnda Tlslnger Audrey Bolt Peggy Rmnker Kay lNLxxland Beverly Negus Not P1CtLlrLd M1ss Lllllall C1 axes Coach Judy Lltten Irene, Rosen Jane Rea Page Hynes Stonexx all Stonewall Stonewall Stonc Vw all Stone xx all Stl asburg Central B1 oadvx ax Strasburg Ce ntral Coach L1ll1an Cvrax es J V 's on guard F1ght1ng rebounder s AC TION SHOTS 78 Who'1l get 1t'7 Judy Lltten Forward Audrey Bolt Guard -E td ,ff gy ,W rn . X ,i A Ida Su e Swartz Guard Peggy Rmker Forward Y iff Jane Rea Guard f Lmda T1s1nger Forward f , ' X :Xt X W. k 'Q W .' V W Q, by 2 v 9 J yy XA -f 5 jd d' f V xl 'gh N , 7 1, v . W L A , r X 1 y ' f Q , THE T0 EWALL JALKSON GENERALS Front Row Left to Right: Head Coach-James O'Dell3 James Romick-End, Doug Foltz-Centerg Randy Shannon-Line Backer, Walter Marston-Halfbackg Rick O'Roark-Fullbackg Boyd Ernswiler-Endg Gary Click-Guard, Jerry Hiner-Guard, Narvel Barb-Tackle. Second Row Left to Right: Manager, Jerry Hinesg Donnie Polk-Quarterbackg Billy Pence-Quarter- back, Alger Lineweaver-Guard, Gene Fadeley-Guard, Rodney McKenzie-Tackleg Cecil Rosen-I-Ia1f- backg Lee Dellinger-Halfbackg Jerry Walters-Halfbackg Ronnie Olinger-Halfbackg Asst. Coach-Jim Moyers. Third Row Left to Right: Fred Reger-Tackle, Oren Funkhouser-Tackleg John Moomaw-Endg Eddie Estep-Endg Wayne Clark-Endg Harry Lee Litten-Manager. This first year at Stonewall found the boys engaging in an entirely new sport, not onlyfor them, but for this section of Shenandoah County. Football has been a long time coming and it arrived with an enthusiastic welcome from the players, school, and spectators. In completing this first year the boys laid the foundation for all, who in years to come will use the privilege of wearing the maroon, grey and white. This privilege will be extended to those who show the spirit, determination, and sportsmanship, which made our first season memorable. BO Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall r James O'De1l Head Coach SEASON RECORD Central Shenandoah JV Strasburg JV Shenandoah JV Central Turner Ashby 39 A M A ill!! IBM' AE- 'f 4, 14' 3?'5'sd"g1 Co Captams Boyd Emswller and Rlck O'Roark Mr J1m Moyers Asslstant Coach fgyb U O Openlng k1ckoff Sen1ors of 1960 Bound for a touchdown Advice from coach Touchdown T- formation Ein SI 915 ' ,F I 5-4 .5 A Front Conway Waters Jr Harold Rhrneheart Boyd Emsw11er Jerry Walters Capta1n Davxd Lltten Eddle Estep Harry L1tten Back James Moyers Coach Davrd Ernswller R1chard O'Roark Douglas Foltz Warren Z.1rkle Donald Jenkxns Johnny Moomaw Lee Dellnger Jerry Hlnes Manager Not Plctured Ronme Olrnger Manager Donald Steadrnan Gene Fadeley The Generals movlng 1nto the1r f1rst season of Corr1pet1t1on1n Group 11 D1str1ctl0 dlsplayed the type of Splrlt deterrn1nat1on aggress1veness and sportsmanshxp that we hope w1ll become a trad1t1on at Stonewall Jackson H1gh School We hope the efforts of those who helped lay the foundatlon w1ll be used to further advantage 1n the years to come and that those who follow w1ll ways hold hlgh the name Generals SEASOY SCORES Stonewall Shenandoah Stonewall Broadway Stonewall Shenandoah Stonewall Luray Stonewall Turner Ashby Stonewall Turner Ashby Stonewall James Wood Stonewall Strasburg Stonewall Central Stonewall Clark County Stonewall Handley Stonewall Luray Stonewall James Wood Stonewall Broadvx ay Stonewall Strasburg Stonewall Central Stonewall Handley Stonewall Clark County TOURNAMENT PLAY Stonewall 44 Handley 39 Stonewall 56 Turner Ashby 59 82 A 6 15:5 W' if ,ge j y e 4 4 l,'l J lg I A I i R ,, , I X ' - , Q . K ,v J vu 61 L 1 F 1 K ' ,GN ' L 1 5 4 i., A , 7 Ii? S , ff " A 4 ' 'sr 1 ,N if K, P4 A 4 N. , 5 , +2 ,Q A 32- " 1 x E I VV j J 1' K l Q i , 4 , f 1 4 X - - , 4 1 S ,K 'E My 4 ,I af. gf I PAV f 4 ,L at . Q i J: I K I ..E al ' ll .ll 47 57 31 24 43 54 53 44 49 66 41 63 41 42 45 40 44 38 63 36 30 2 ' 58 66 51 50 . 68 45 f 51 43 41 61 35 45 50 62 f 48 ACTIO SHOTS A declsxve attempt Generals regaln pos sesslon N'-ng A monsterous leap by Blg E PF3Cf1C6 makes perfect Flghtlng generals 3 113 S- B!! J 'J A galliamg try Effort by all makes game interesting 83 THFBC1 X 34 LTU it 11 xtn F01 ward gptg Qcmlmxxdx XX arms Pomxalc E dw E'-tab 'd M S4 I N A SI f WWA Eg. ww ,ww 1 J 11111 Cn1.11'f'1 1J.1',:u 15 Il 5413 H' A I1.11mQci1ihgz,Lg1 ff VVE1 :rf 1 f U . K I B 1 N I def 31 Bw 3uw. 1 L1 BOYS JV BASKETBALL 319 LL .gp I 5 QIAL .fr lf, xanax? Sr 114, ST- 0, Q , du J S Q R ww! l'sl'!4 Front Dean Rlnker Roger Mlller Randy Shannon Capta1n Donme Polk R1chardR1chman Jerry Hlner Walter Marston Jr Standmng James O'Dell Coach Bllly Pence Henry Cra1g Tommy Fansler Bobby Foltz Charles Foltz Jerry Dell1nger Cec1l Rosen III Jerry Hlnes Manager SEASON SCORES Shenandoah Broadway Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonew all Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonevt all Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall Stonewall ACTION SHOTS Shenandoah Luray Turner Ashby Turner Ashby James Wood Strasburg Central Handley Luray James Wood Broadway Strasburg Central Handley Pract1ce never hurt anyone Opponent challenges lead 85 1 .iii OL TJ" if gn ET 0 15:14, 1 5 by 4:5 'S Q' 5 x 5 yi j 3,g.1.Q,Q. X xx 4 Sb? 75941 , , ,, S - " A wk S ,wi ' ,ep - 1 f, . ., 7 A 44 ' Vx 1 I 1 IA f f 5, 1 . . A " , ""::,,QQ j ' -, ., it '7W7f3 J " "Q ' . L7 '44 ' C pa ,,. g,w'l'L'-i A Q SS l be - ggi tg, r l w - I iw , ' g Q , " s f .ik A A A V V' 3 A I 1 ,. 'V I Z' I ,pl Q - 57 - 34 - Z7 I - 3 ' 30 - 32 - 54 - 35 , - 25 , - 32 ' - 39 - 23 - 31 - 41 f - 32 - 19 - 36 - 31 - 31 J.V.'s I ACTIO ,I v Qt! f 'H 3 2 Jerry Hlner Roger M11ler Bobby Foltz 'nu-' Randy Shannon ,f Rlchard Richman Walter Marston Dean R1nker f , j A Xxx K4 A , 'X A . xx xx 1 ' lo , L , 1 s 4 A N ' . ' . 1 L I D w X , A, ? R 1 fa , "J i V nfgi' ' V Mx. ' K X i ' ., f r 5 K K N DEPARTMEN S Typlng Class Mrs Wallace Sm1th Guldance Counselor Mr C J Harner X' 'EJ ff QQ 5 r Mx Shorthand Class Miss Judlth B1rd 88 DEPARTMENTS .1 M Enghsh 12 Mrs Ruth Tlslnger Government 12 Mrs Ruth Swartz Math Class L Mr. Luther Simmons " ' Z? g N, B1ology Class Mrs Mary Wynkoop DEPARTMENTS PM .flag ,,, Mr Charles Haun Chemistry PWQW- mu: Students Experiement ln Chemistry Plane Geometry 5"'ff' 'E' N 'Ls ,Xu mi Geometry exhibit Results in Geometry Class Geometry exhibit 90 'E DEPARTMENTS uQ I5 U51 - L. HwR""' M-1-.-.., may Q.. '11-.-.,,.., yltfkn "'--..,, is AS'-ifgf Wm 11- :a Mrs Myers prepares a dellclous meal Um m m Del1c1ous' Phys1cal Educatlon Glrls IN Q 4 Don't let hlm shoot' Practlclng Basketball 91 W, V , 1 ' - ' ' ' 1' , I :V ' ' - 1 ij, , p l ,I -'- v V --S- L " ,T A . . sur, W WA ,... 'A by ww V Y, M Q Home Econonucs Kltchen .,-.. " "" ' ' ' W ' 4 S S' e LN .M 1 :gf 'iN f A ,fun r 4 , A ,Wim J -. F T -3 . ' 4' X K J' L was , .WM ,E f 'W . f " N i - f ww MMM. wwf . Y. A V r 5, ' l 52. 2 lk Li l - W- 5 PM f,.Zl,, we ,.,lWm fl ..... W W. ,.. M , an r J' DEPARTME TS qi-qv Q Atl? l Stor1uxa1l'5 beautiful O een and tan dining room btrxes two delicious dinners nach dag, to accommodate all the hungry boy S and girls --f Q.: Hep-ww' ? Ai' ' Students making us of their Browsing Period in the Library. 92 LITTLE 0 ES OF THE FACULTY 4 X, lk ,M .ga The Snyder' S Lance T1m George Deanna Lynn Moyers Jeffrey Brlan Moyers N. 0,15 '-Aff CYHth1B O'Dell The Harner's Robert Paul Carole Jo W1ll1arn Krls .Tackle Dlane 4' Mm. Ehzabeth Lelgh Alexander Jane Musetta Alexander H G Alexander Jr WWW sw Mrs Smlth enjoy S her grandchlldren Ronnle Whlte Dennls Srn1th Brlan Smlth and Elalne Whlte Y X' Q L , D M y af of T , 1 L , I I "1 ' s ' 3 W- 4 Q ' Je - l X YQ fi I 4 s P W - sy K y Q L f I g , 1, S-5 0 Q. 4 L, fi . J f' , V A ' f . . . , . L , T QT f"Ay 5 M, x A 4 - K ,f- 5- LT? Timiiv 'V ' , inf' J, A r wi I 3, W ,- ,.fjI'1 . ' -F 4 ' ' ' A 2 ' . yf gfff f gfj f " H' -, K ' in K I vr N, 'fri M -if ,f . . y . . 1 93 SNAP HOTS Students arrive early. The S. C. A. candidates for office. T591 till: oy Fadely gives his qualifica- ti ns. ,S Virginia Bundick gives her quali- fications for secretary. 5 'a Honoring the Principal at MD Restaurant. fx 1 , .e fx QP. fi.f:Q,aw are RH- , 'Q sr , it 2 .alf- X IUC 5 'gt Mr. Harner introduces the candidates. i "If I am elected President . . " 2 'S Mrs. Zirkle prepares to install the president. Listening to Mrs. Tisinger, Master of Ceremonies, at the MD supper. Q 1, . il The candidate s , A F' if 32 . ..,, , I N are S 'Y 39- ,6 I fx. Q 3 ,ii I Barbara Lamma gives her quali- fications for secretary. The president installs the vice president. f I Devotions conducted at SCA meeting. ...w , . 1 i I 'ig f . i b 4. H., Q N 'K 1' sf 5 .V fir 1 'ri ai r Mrs. Long speaks at open l-louse. Superintendent W, W. Robinson in background. ,ww -Q .wtf psi, A. A v 2' ' . ,V ' Y w ' ,,. ge al ki" wg.. 'F Z in S it Part of the crowd at Open House. Q' 4 3- l We .Wi I ,E .3 4 . it I , . 1 J! 0 KAS I A1 ,,.Q The Bridgewater Entertains. SNAPSHQTS Robert Hottle announces annual The band plays at assemblies. naming contest. Ry 5 El Mr. Caldwell speaks at P. T.A. Mrs. Grandal organizes PTA. - , V 5 gk- ' sta' . A I 15" , l'3Ae'Fi.E,JQl: W 'I' 4 Refreshments being served at Students coming to assembly Open House. f A 59' ' P '31 l f '13 4 ' Students arriving for a day of A familiar scene in the corridor learning. at lunch tirne. Jo Ann Clark experiements in chemistry. ,. - Mrs. Showman listens to students. -,,,f' A very intelligent looking class. Johnny enjoys drinking water between classes. . L, , age:-1. E.. SNAPSHOT Q NY: ff -,ANNE N .4 Rsvxksi X s F 1. ... - Janet Biller makes paper designs in solid geometry. Curtis Delawder works in science. LW, Q HF- maze 5 wwf: it . Miss Kagey teaches many Latin students. Mrs. Good shows Horne EC. girls how to use oven. 1 A familiar hall scene. "And then there was the time. . Qi It 'Iseli if e ,f I G The Solid Geometry Class dis- Gloria Golladay . . . that pause plays work. that refreshes. SNOW SCENES I D ARO Winter brought us day after day But oh! those Saturdays' ' V ' Y 'Y of vacation. . . . Donna Larrick's pet cat hopes, as the students, "this is the last snow"--and it was--for Blackie. .sbt . M. , 9 W Y V l L- an Qml I QAQNQ qt- Q """'l 'Q'-if L. .A .A C .ia A I .' :fs s 1 lf : J I' 6 it ,iv f' , 9 f R ' 3. V ,nn.,4 , 5 , ' ' P - it :ff-.. Q 4 S 5 . 1 -i f - 3 ' h 'f of if . xr I J, r 1 A I ' ' t Q1 Q V4 lcicles on the hedge 1 3 ' P- :tl Y - ft fi., ' 4 8 X -l '----'S "' Q f f' ' ' 'muff'- . W VM, - 3 g 1 ' f ' ' 0 se 2" X -.J , xx l . N M ,Jill gg A Ni f if , f. I.- 5 lf , .' -. B rian and Dennis Smith love Mr. Snowman, himself Bobby Holtzrnan enjoys her day their snowman, but he gives at home. them a "cold shoulder." f' f' Miss Niswander leaves for her Cheering section at the girls' Getting plenty of exercise. daily trip to the bank. basketball games. After a Phys. Ed. class. . Guests from Madison College We could always depend on Mr. Haun when we ne ed ed another pi ctu r e - and we appreciated that, tool 'U 1 w si rf K f, Q k v Q A I V4 . Iv -C . , X xx XA X Ui Stonewall Jackson s tomb Lexington, Virginia ln all the days of future years His name and fame shall shine The stubborn iron Captain Of our old Virginia line And men shall tell their children Though all other memories fade That they fought with STONEWALL JACKSON In the old Stonewall Brigade Taken from the "Song of The South" by John E. Cooke Left to Rxght Eddxe Estep Annabelle Ph1ll1ps Frances Cash Ella Mae Powers Everett B111er, Sandra Waters Mary Beahm Compliments of HOTTlES GARAGE AND SERVICE STATION General Repaxr mg North Ma1n Street Mt Jackson V1rg1n1a Phone GR 7 2134 SOUTHERN KITCHEN L M NEWLAND BUILDING Our welcome mat 1S always out SUPPLY AND CONTRACTOR to the Stonewall Generals Complete l1ne of Bulldmg Materxal Our party room IS yours for the askmg New Market V1rg1n1a Mt Jackson Vlrglnla Phone GA 2 3514 Phone GR 7 3124 Bowersg Donnie Polkg Bill Fryeg Brenda Millerg Kenneth Dellingerg Sandra C1ic,kg Janet 1 , so Vt, Comphrnents and Best W1Sh6S SHRINE MONT Orhney Sprmgs V1rg1n1a NEW MARKET SERVICE STATION Sales Servlce H E and R K Estep Managlng Owners ROUTES 211 And 11 NEW MARKET VEHRENCAMP O11ver Tractors Sz Equlpment Fr1g1da1re Apphances GR 7 3118 Mt Jackson Va Compflmen s JOSEPH NEY S Phone GA 2 3533 VAUGHAN S 5 8. 'I0c S100 8. 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LSED FARM MACHINERY New Market V11 511113 and Mt Crawford V1rg1n1a Don t M1ss VIRGINIA'S ZUURAMA A UNITED NATIONS OF ANIMALS New Market V1rg1n1a Q HAWKINS HARDWARE COMPANY Good Goods Only S1nce 1911 Harrisonburg, V1rg1nia New Market Virginia Phone GA 2 3413 STONEWALL JACKSON HIGH scHooL NEWS THE SHENANDOAH VAllEY 1X2 Golden Brown Fried Chicken Gobs of Shoestring Potatoes Jug of Honey Hot Buttered Rolls S1 15 Boxed or Served Served unjolnted without silverware MD's RESTAURANT New Market Virginia NEW MARKET FEED AND HARDWARE Carlw Estep Owner AN Se e New Mafkeffasfee freez Q-Q 00 lf N f ff R t t dE1 t ' C bS ' . .11 NewMar Comp! ments of MINOR A RINKER Bu11der Contractor New Homes Remodehng Phone GR 7 3425 Mt Jackson Va THE RETURN MOTEL RESORT AND RESTAURANT L S 11 1 M11e South of New MHIRGL V1r 11113. Phone GA 2 3104 HEISHMAN S GARAGE Clyde W He1shn1an Owner Studebake1 Sales St SGFVICQ Phone GR 4 3116 Mt Jackson V11' 111111 SOUTH END GROCERY Phone GR 7 3911 Mt Jackson V1 JAMES E ZERKEL PIUIIIIJIII Heatlng, Elcttx mal Bottled Gab Apphantes Sales and Se1 VILQ Mt Jackson V11 5111111 Compl ments of THE VALLEY FERTILIZER CHEMICAL CO INC Mt Jatkson V1I'g,1Il1d COW me 'S O' WAGGY S JEWELRY STORE Watches Jew eh y O FLAHERTY FURNITURE STORE Reed at Barton Sterhng For F1110 Furn1tu1 e Guaranteed Repau Phone GR 7 3194 D131GR 7 3531 Mi JHLKSOH V Mt Jackson Vllgllllil 1 J I X - 4 - . . f ' I I 7 Z' . . , . 1. I , ' A I I . g - . T - I 1 1. I 1 I S ' 7 g . x Y. .I . I , ' 1 ., . See The LARK By Studebaker X ,-.- . . . , ' ,U ', ' ' I LT' I' ' 3 D I1 n ' - Y " I . . ' ' , a. U - , ' -ft ' ,Wk MY YY , ,,,,, 1 ,W W7 Y WW71, , -H mm- Compliments of THE BEACON MILLING COMPANY A d1Y1S1OI1 of Spencer Kellum, gl Sons Inc The etandald of compamson Phone 2 1711 Broadway Vlfglllld . Y. . UU- , . vv I , , ' vv 7 BUWMAN APPLE PRUIJUBTS CUMPANY, INC MARSTON S HOME APPLIANCES Sales and Serv1ce Mt Jackson Vlrgnna Compl ments EVERLYS DRUG STORE Mt Jackson V1I'g1I112l Gaylon Zerkel Contractmg MILK or Mack Market Mt Jackson Hardware Shenandoah Bowlmg Lanes Mt Jackson V1rg1n1a SPlTZER'S HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS Mt Jackson VlI'g1l113. PEOPLES BANK Estabhshed 1900 A good bank for good people Member of Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporat1on Membex of Federal Reserve System Let us serve you ln your bankmg needs Mt Jackson V1rg1n1a I of 1 I . , . , . , . , YI YY ' 7 Compl ments 1 Compl ments o BIRD INSURANCE AGENCY Diaionv 3189 plmn Youi honiefolk station Phil Potter Shorty King Art Barrett NELSON Oll CORP Dial GR7 3154 Compliments o BlUE Bill INC L 0 1 1 f W i N W Mt. Jackson, Virginia Mt. Jackson, Virginia Com 1 e ts of I i i i i i JACK S WESTERN AUTO T1rnberv111e V1rg1n1a ALEXANDER MOTORS Your Rambler Dealer Phone 3 3231 Broadway V1rg1n1a SELLERS FURNITURE STORES NC Broadway and Harmsonburg V1rg1n1a RHODES SERVICE CENTER WCSLIIIQIIOUSB Apphances Broadway V1rg1n1a GINNYS BEAUTY SHOP We have tlme for consul tatlon on your han' styles Phone 2 0971 T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a DOVE LONG HATCHERY D1al 2 1931 Broadway V1rg1n1a A W WHITMORE AND SONS Broadway V1rg1n1a RHODES FUNERAL HOME Broadway V1rg1n1a 1 I 7 1 . . , . . , ,,,,,17,,,,,,,,,, 7, ,,,, ,, 1 - WHf , -V- W 1 1 I 1 1 1 I - INC. 1 1 "We serve to serve again" 1 I . . . , , I U . 2 I , Y A 77 77 7 7777 7777777 7 7 7,7 7 I Compliments of Compllments of , 7 7 7777 77 777 ,I L77 FRAWLEYS RADIO AND Zemth and Admlral T V Sales and Servlces Phone 3 9231 T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a BOWMAN AND PRICE ELECTRIC SERVICE Industrlal Commerclal Resldentlal W1T1Hg Motor Revs lndmg and Repzurmg Phone 3 3021 T1mbcrv11le V1rg1n1a ROCK A TERIA RESTAURANT Rockmgham Poultry Marketmg Bulldmg Cake Decoratmg B1rthday Anmversary Weddlng W11l1e P Garber Owner 5 A M 5 P M Phone 3 0981 T1IHIJ91'V1IIS Vlrglnla GOLLADAY SANDWICH SHOP SERVICE STATION At1ant1c Gas and O11 Grocer1es and Snacks Qmcksburg, V1rg1n1a TURNER ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrlc Motors Repalrmg and Rebulldlng Phone 3 4141 T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK INCORPORATED of T1mberv111e Howard D Vaughn Executlve VICE Pres1dent T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a BROADWAY ELECTRIC SERVICE Installatlon and Repaxr Phone 3 9241 o 3 3730 Broadway V1I'g1I113. Compltments f WENDER S DEPARTMENT STORE Woodstock Mt Jackson I I 1 TV I - I - I I I I I ,"' I 1 I , 7 I I ,, I I, .. .. " 1' ,,., ,... ' o 1 WALNUT GROVE BEAUTY J N DAVIS REAL ESTATE SHOP 1 nule north of Mt Jackson Woodstock V1rg1n1a Phone GR 7 3931 RODNEY NEWLAND ESSO TOM THUMB GROCERY HEATING OIL Phone GR 7 3532 Phone GR 7 3630 Mt Jackson V1rg1n1a Mt Jackson V1rg1n1a MOYERS MOTOR CCMPANY Your Ford Dealer Phone GA 2 31.36 New Market Vlrguua Compliments of , .. Compliments of Complimfnfi of ' 7 ' 1 Y M 8. S CORPORATION Lumber M111 Works Blllldlllg Supphes Phone 3 6131 T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a LESTER D HOOVER REALTOR Phone 3 5121 T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a TIMBERVILLE DRUG STORE Phone 3 3171 T1n1berv111e V1rg1n1a PAT AND JEAN S BEAUTY SHOP Latest Ha1rcutt1ng Permanents and Mamcures Phone 3 4424 T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a TIMBERVILLE SINCLAIR SERVICE Phone 3 4046 T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a TIMBERVILLE SHOE HOSPITAL We deal ln new and used shoes T1mberv111e Vlfglllla GARBERS MOBIL CENTER T1mberv111e V1rg1n1a TIMBERVILLE DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 3 6171 Tlmbervllle Vlfglllla N 5 . , , . . . , . , . . . X l 1 f , Y,,,,,, , . I , WW , , , I f,,7,,,,,,7,, , T V, ,V , ,WWW N I I I I vv ' vu ' j Prompt shoe Repair 7 Compliments of ' 1 F . . , , . . , . . 1 I I . . , - . . , . . . I ' J SIMMERS GARAGE E L S1mmers Owner Sunoco Gas and O11 Tlmbervllle V1rg1n1a NEWMAN BUILDING AND MATERIAL CORPORATION Perma Stone Dealers Bu1ld1ng Mater1al Reg1stered Contractors Phone T1I'1lb6I'VlL19 3 4121 Woodstock GL 9 3122 Tlmbervllle V1rt,1n1a MUHLENBERG morons INC BROADWAY DRUG STQRE Ford and Mercury Carl G Showalter Owner Sales SGTVICCS Phone GL 9 2154 Phone 3 3251 Woodstock V1rg1n1a Broadway V1rg1n1a BROADWAY BAG COMPANY BEN FRANKLIN STORE Sc to 25: to S100 Robert L Bowman Owner Dealer ln used feed bags Shoppmg Center for Thrlfty People Phone Broadway 3 9974 Woodstock, Vlrgmma Harrlsonburg 4 2998 7 . . .o.,. 7 I . ' J , , . .. I u , V ' 7 P ' vv ' ' vv v ... Or . .. , I I Compliments of DR GEORGE PARROTT New Maiket Virginia THE VALLEY POTTERY Gifts Dinnerware Phone GA 2 3141 New Maxket Virginia WHETZEL S APPLIANCE STORE Gas Service Home Appliances Comp! me ts f VIRGINIA RESTAURANT Home Cooked Meals Phone GR 7 3921 Mt Jackson Virginia PIKEWAY PONTIAC Sales and Service Phone GA 2 3219 New Market Virginia GULF MAIN STREET STATION C I Branner Prop New Market Vir ima MOORES SMOKE HOUSE Old Virginia Hams Sugar Cured Hickory Smoked R M Moore Mali O1 ders Eicpertly Handled New Market Virginia C mpl ments of KELLEY AND STAUFF INSURANCE AGENCY All lines of Insurance and Bonds Dial GR 7 3141 Mt Jackson V1rg1n1a 1 - , .. , N ' I ' I I ' I ,M I ,,,, I I I I I 7 A ' CT- ' 4 - ' y tv Y - , 1 I I New Market, Virginia I I I o 1 I n 0 I I I W . I .. I ' - I . , . . , . , , , . 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