Stonewall Jackson High School - Jacksonian Yearbook (Charleston, WV)
- Class of 1951
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ASSISTANT EDITORS . .
ADMINISTRATION . .
simon cuss . .
UNDERCLASSMEN - Q . .
ATHLETICS . .
GIRLS' ATHLETICS .
Booicicsenea . ,
Lynn Bedell, Lois Chambers,
Patsy Carter, Stanley Clifton,
Ann Forbes, Emogene Haynes,
Marilyn Kincaid, Mary Lou
Miller, Joanne Nelson, Nina
Herman Hambrick Il
Jodie Fischer ' 4'
Eleanor Shelton I
Nancy Gillen , Q
Ann Heiier A
Billie Carol Griffith
James Coulter '
Charles Smith .
Rena Sauvageot - I
John McDavid A I
Mary Lou Summers
Donna Long '
Mike Griffith I -
Kenneth Shaw A
John Williams '
Baird, Rohm-Biker, oacii Back,
,Carolyn Boling, Barbara Carney.
Helen Dixon, Jean Dodd, Roi:
oumlai Handley, Nancy mum,
Legg, Judy McCutcheon, Batty
-Ocheltreeg' Shirley Phillips, Dick
Pierson, Douglas Rabel, Pat Radford, Jerry-Ray, Edward Rite,
Edgar Schroeder, Joe Sargent, Freda Simon, Betty Slider, 'Betty
Summers, Donald Tate, Pit Walters, Harold Williamson. '
ADVISERS .... . :Mary E. Kennedy '
Q E. Byron Meyer '
We dedicate this booln to the boys
of our school, who have left Kanawha
Valley forlthe service of our country.
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Lo, the Valley of Kanawha
Lured the settlers ever on.
Hand-hewn logs soon formed the cabins
Tepees from the banks were gone.
There were many early settlers-
History gives us but a fewg
Yet so much could still be written
Of their strength and courage true.
Products from this magic valley,
Products known both far and near-
Wealth from out the mountains poured
And blessed the work of the pioneer,
Steamboats on the river wide,
Tunnels through the mountains high,
Good roads for the speeding cars,
Silver airplanes in the sky
Now bring glory to the mountains
And the valleys wide and deep.
We shall cherish ever, always
This our heritage to keeps
We are thankful tor the splendor
Ot the beauties that we see,
And to us the hills are saying,
"Mountaineers are always free,"
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If Daniel Boone, Simon Kenton, or George Clendenin could return today, he would
be surprised by what would confront him. .
On a spot where once stood a rude log fcrt, he would find a budding metropolis.
Instead of a few scattered farms and a salt well, founded at Malden in seventeen
eighty-five, he would see a multi-million dollar chemicdlbusiness, plus innumerable
smaller industries. Instead of a few roving Indians and the Morris brothers, the first
settlers in the valley, he would discover a population of over two hundred thousand.
Instead of a few British or American army officers, the only administrative power of
a district which at that time was just a frontier of Virginia, he would perceive,
housed in a magnificent capitol building, the machinery for one of the most progres-
sive and democratic states pf America today. Instead of a rude log building, thirty
by forty feet he would view a spacious stone courthouse. Instead of canoes and
flatboats, he would glimpse modern diesel tugboats pushing coal barges up and
down the river. Instead of the Kanawha and Iames River Turnpike, the only road
then in the Kanawha Valley, he would espy a network of modern highways. I-Ie
would also find bus lines and four railroads which carry passengers to and from
our valley in ease.
Since the seventeen hundreds our valley has progressed in every way. It has
become the chemical center of the world. Even while this is being written, a new
chemical plant is being constructed at Institute. During the last war, a plant was
constructed at Institute for the making of synthetic rubber. Located in Kanawha City
are two large glass plants, one making plate glass and the other making bottles.
Near Sissonville are located oil wells, and along the Kanawha River gas springs are
found. West Virginia is noted for its coal, and while the Kanawha Valley is not the
center of the coal industry, nevertheless there are several mines located here. These
are but a few of the valley's many industries, too numerous to list.
Developing from its humble beginnings, the business of the valley has become
one of the most healthy in the nation and its prospects for the future look better. This
fact is witnessed by the rapidly increasing number of buildings which have recently
Not only in business, but also in civic accomplishments, has our valley prospered.
The magnificent and breath-taking Kanawha County Airport, where once Simon
Kenton camped, was built only after a mountain was moved. This airport has been
declared one of the nation's and certainly West Virginia's finest. From the new,
million-dollar terminal, which is one ol the most beautiful structures in the state, there
are more than forty flights a day. In fact, the airport is third in passenger use in the
nation, with a ratio of 96 passengers boarding per one hundred people. This figure
is exceeded only by Atlanta and Miami.
If one of our early pioneers could come back today and stand on a mountain over-
looking the teeming Kanawha Valley and could see the millions of lights, the fine
roads, and the beautiful buildings, he would feel that all the hardships and dangers
he had endured had not been in vain.
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ONE OF THE FIRST SCHOOLS
IN KANAWHA COUNTY .....
One of the most popular
executives at Stonewall Jack-
son is Mr. George Steadman,
dean of boys. For seven years
he has capably held this posi-
tion, coping with the problems
of boys. Everyone's friend, he
is always willing to help others.
Our vivacious dean of girls,
Miss Virginia Atkinson, is in-
tensely interested in educa-
tional promotion. Though she
has a variety of interests, her
enthusiasm for our many projf
ects and her conscientious work
encourage students and faculty
A friendly f'Can I help you?
when you enter the administra-
tive offices is spoken by Mrs.
Harry Auer. An alumna of the
class of "42", very much inter-
ested in all Stonewall activities,
Mrs. Auer is responsible for all
our curricular records.
For nutritious lunch-
es, StonewalI's cafeteria
is tops. Its popularity
is evident at noon when
long lines of students
form at the counters.
Kakferia, an rar mae syncfidloendagg
Fairmont State College
Western Reserve University
Our library has ap-
proximately 6,85O vol-
umes. The sections
most used by students
are literature lpoetry,
drama, and fictionl and
history ltravel and bi-
ln English there is an emphasis on the science of communication. Students L
are pictured demonstrating the structure of sentences. ,
STUART P. ARMSTRONG DOROTHY ELLIOT LUCY JAYNE JAVINS ELOISE KELLER
A.B.. M.A. A.B., M.A. A,B,, M.A. ADB., MA.
West Virginia University Oberlin College Concord College Marshall College
Western Reserve University Columbia University Columbia University
MARY E. KENNEDY MAYTE LAUGHLIN PAULINE PRATT RUTH RICE CHARLOTTE S. WAGGY
A-B-, M.A. A,B, A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A.
Wilson College West Virginia University West Virginia University Duke University Morris Harvey College
C0I'f1Ell Uf'1iVeF5lYY Columbia University West Virginia University
.MA for? oozmw
Within the Social Studies Department, each class stresses international
relations, believing that history is past, present, and future.
JENNIE BACKUS REBA FAIRCLOTH
A.B., M.A. B,S., M.A.
West Virginia Wesleyan College Mary Washington College
Ohio State University West Virginia University
WILLIAM S. GILBERT ELIZABETH HAMILTON CORNELIA MARSHALL HAZEL SIMMONS
A-B-, MA. B.S. A.B., M.A. B.S., M.A.
University of Kentucky Bowling Green State University West Virginia University Alderson-Broaddus
Indiana University Ohio State University Ohio State University West Virgnia University
The Latin Department offers four
years of Latin to Stonewall students.
The courses consist of grammar,
vocabulary, and a study of English
In addition to literary, cultural,
and scientific value the study of
French affords most students much
pleasure and personal satisfaction.
The course enables one to meet the
language entrance requirement of
The Spanish classes and La Ter-
tulia, the affiliated Spanish Club of
Stonewall, offer opportunities for
profitable learning and pleasurable
use of the Spanish language.
czngozage unc! Wczffiemalfica
West Virginia University
National University of Mexico
George Peabody College
for Teachers '
J. LANDON HAMILTON
, A.B., M.A.
Ohio State University
romofe Jdccurafe, jnfendiue ejailfziing
Here we see students making a
start in first year algebra. Students
who can think clearly and work ac-
curately find mathematics interest-
First year algebra is followed by
plane geometry and second year
algebra. Pre-engineering students
and others interested in math take
solid geometry and trigonometry in
their senior year. The Math Depart-
ment cooperates with the Business
Education Department in teaching
Because of the rapid advance in
science and engineering, math is
more important today than ever be-
THOMAS P. HILL
West Liberty State C
DAISY B. LeMASTER
University of Iowa
Nearly half of Stonewall's student
body is studying some phase of sci-
ence whether it be biology, chemis-
try, or physics. ln our science-
minded chemical valley, students
realize that they need all the science
possible for their futures, whether
they are to be in industry, in nursing,
in medicine, in military service, in
homemaking, in dentistry, or in
keeping up with the world of to-
BERENICE E. COLLINS
University of Virginia
cience unc! gndinedd
DORIS CHEESMAN VIRGINIA KARNES MARY KYLE C. H. MARTIN
B.S., MA. A.B. A.B., Ms. AB., MA.
West Virginia University West Virginia University West Virginia University 'West Virginia University
EDNA V. PETTIT LLOYD ERHARD NORA GOAD BETTY LANDAU
A.B,, M.A. B,S., M.A. A.B., Ed.M. B.S. Ed.
Central College, Iowa West Virginia University West Virginia Institute of West Virginia University
Colorado State Teachers University of Kentucky Technology
College Harvard University University of Pittsburgh
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The Business Education Depart-
ment, which is one of the most popu-
lar of the departments at Stonewall
Jackson, prepares the students for
immediate employment after school
and, in so far as facilities permit,
provides training for those in the
academic courses. The common bus-
iness principles and practices that
everyone should know are incorpo-
rated in the more technical as well
as social business subjects.
Glenville State College
E. BYRON MEYER EDGAR LOAR ELEANORE THOMASSON
A.B, Art Education B. Mus. Ed. BVM-, MA-
Pratt Institute Sherwood Music School Cincinnati ConservatorY
Morris Harvey Marshall College Of MUSIC
Ohio University Columbia University
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Stonewall Jackson's Music Depart-
ment offers a varied program, both
vocal and instrumental. The band,
which includes a fine majorette corps,
has won much recognition, and has
played for football games, parades,
concerts, and other community ac-
tivities. The orchestra, also under the
direction of Mr. Loar, provides an op-
portunity for concert work, and often
assists in concerts and operettas. The
choral groups, under the direction of
Miss Eleanore Thomasson, are proud of
their organization, too. They partici-
pate in community activities and as-
semblies, they also present operettas
and special programs.
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Under the supervision of Mr. E.
Byron Meyer, art students learn many
fascinating facts about the art world.-
Given in his .first period class, begin-
ning art, are the fundamentals of the
subject, such as perspective, lettering,
and design. NThe second period class
majors solely in design, while third
period students are working hard at
lettering. Two hours are devoted to
advanced art in the afternoonlfor stu-
dents 'who are preparing to major in
art in college or who plan to attend an
art school after graduation. Art pro-
vides an outlet- for a student's creative
and constructive ability.
Stonewall's Home Economics Depart-
ments offer excellent training for every
girl, whether she plans to go on to
college or to become a homemaker.
Home economics presents many oppor-
tunities for employment and is one in
which the demand is never filled.
The food department, under the
direction of Miss Ethel Rose, maintains
a high standard. ln addition to the
fundamentals of cooking, the girls
learn the art of serving and the making
of an attractive table setting. This
field is not confined to girls. Stone-
wall is veryproud of the chef class.
Here the boys also try their hand at
' Miss Maude Munsey heads the cloth-
ing department. Under her able direc-
tion, the girls learn not only sewing but
also poise and good grooming.
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"Retailing is the oldest business and
the newest professionf' The fact that
it has become a profession presents a
challenge to high school students who
are interested in the practical side of
Distributive Education is a type of
training, specifically vocational in na-
ture, revolving around a group of skills,
knowledges, understandings, apprecia-
tions, and judgments that are inte-
grated with such subjects as retail sell-
ing, principles of retailing, store opera-
tion and management, advertising,
merchandise information and other
allied subjects. The primary objective
of this program is to train individuals
to participate more efficiently in the
distribution of goods and services.
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RALPH D. CURREY
Glenville State Teachers
University of Pittsburgh
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In the Vocational Department students combine hand and head in developing skills for a better tomorrow. At the
machines and benches, skills are acquired by students who are to be our future mechanics.
WILLIAM F. CLINE M. D. HARPER
CECIL GEE J. A. SKIBA
Industrial arts is for general education. Anyone interested may profit
RONALD B. THOMAS
West Virginia Institute
by a course regardless of the career he may be pursuing.
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The architectural drawing class studies the construction of a dweIIing
Pictured is the instructor explaining the procedure of drawing.
CLYDE B. HUTSON
Davis and Elkins College
Health habits are everyday mustsg this required subject is offered to the
young men and women during their second year in high school.
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Each Stonewall student may enter into some phase of physical activity,
be it the intramural program or the varsity competition.
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GERTRUDE GLADA DRASNIN
University ot Wisconsin
At Stonewall we have a varied physical education program. The program
consists of basketball, volleyball, badminton, and many other sports.
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The girls' health class, instructed by Miss Gertrude Drasnin, studies the
structure, function, and care of the human body.
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ERNESTINE ADAMS MARILYN AKERS
DONALD ANDREWS MARION ARDSE
ERNESTINE ADAMS: Distributive
Education, G. A, A., Stitch and
Stir, F. B. L. A.
MARILYN AKERS: Stenographic,
Head Majorette, National Honor
Society, Miss Stonewall Jackson.
BARBARA ALLEN: Stenographic.
ISABELL ANDERSON: Stenograph-
ic, F. B. L, A. '
DONALD ANDREWS: College Pre-
paratory, Latin Club.
MARION AROSE: General, Foot-
ball, Varsity Club.
BOB ASHMORE: College Prepara-
tory, Band, Orchestra.
NANCY ATKINS: Clerical, G. A.
A,. F. B. L .A.
WILLIAM AULTZ: General, U. N.
GERRY BAIL: College Preparatory,
Troupers, Latin Club, G. A. A.,
Cheerleader, Spanish Club, Sci-
ELIZABETH BAILEY: Bookkeep-
ing, Red Cross, F, B. L. A., Stitch
and Stir, Y-Teens.
INDIA BAILEY: General, Gym
Leader, Girl Scouts, G. AA. A.,
U. N. Club.
BARBARA ALLEN ISABELL ANDERSON
BOB ASHMORE NANCY ATKINS
OFFICERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS. DEAN DUGGER, ROBERT YEAGER, AND DAVID FRAME
ELIZABETH BAILEY INDIA BAILEY
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SHEILA BARRACK PHYLLIS BASSEE
IRA BELCNEII LEON IENDER
IVAN BAILEY: General.
JAMES BAILEY: Vocational.
ROBERT BAKER: College Prepara-
tory, Spanish Club, Jacksonian.
BETTY BANE: Distributive Educa-
tion, G. A. A., F. B. L. A.
SHEILA BARRACK: College Pre-
paratory, Spanish Club.
PHYLLIS BASSEE: General,
PRISCILLA BEAVER: Stenographic,
Science Club, Stitch and Stir.
CAROLINE BEDDOW: College Pre-
paratory, Troupers, Thespians,
Jackson Journal, Quill and Scroll,
Latin Club, Science Club, Senior
Scouts, Student Council, Red
Cross, Girls' State, National
IRA BELCHER: College Preparatory,
Band, French Club.
LEON BENDER: Distributive Edu-
PATRICIA BEW: College Prepara-
tory, Science Club, G. A. A.,
Latin Club, Jackson Journal,
Quill and Scroll, Troupers, Na-
tional Honor Society.
GRACIE BIVANS: General, G.A.A.
DICK BLANKINSHIP: College Pre-
paratory, Band, Hi-Y, Science
JAMES BOGGESS: Distributive
PATTY BOGGESS: Stenographic, G,
A. A., Office Assistant, F. B.
JERRY BOLLINGER: College Pre-
paratory, Spanish Club, Basket-
ball, Varsity Club.
ROBERT BAKER BETTY BANE
PRISCILLA BEAVER CAROLINE BEDDOW
PATRICIA BEW GRACIE BIVANS
DICK BLANKINSHIP I
DICK AND HERMAN, OFFICERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL, TAKE TIME OUT FROM THEIR DUTIES
PATTY 5066555 JERRY BOLLINGER
MARY BOSSIE JO ANN BRADLEY
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DOUGLAS BRICKLES ROY BUNTING
JOHNNIE BURGESS HARRY BUSH
MARY BOSSIE: Clerical, Troupers,
Junior Red Cross, Stitch and Stir,
JO ANN BRADLEY: Clerical.
JOAN BRADLEY: Clerical, Mayor-
ette, Junior Red Cross.
BETTY BREEDEN: Clerical, G. A.
A., Y-Teens, F. B. L. A.
DOUGLAS BRICKLES: Vocational.
ROY BUNTING: College Prepara-
tory, Jackson Journal, Latin
Club, Science Club, l-li-Y, Social
Studies Council, Thespians, Na-
tional Honor Society, Troupers,
Boys' State, U. N. Club, Execu-
tive COuncil, Quill and Scroll.
BEN BURFORD: College
JEAN BURFORD: Stenographic, Y-
Teens, G. A, A., Office Assistant,
Social Studies Council, F. B. L.
A., Attendant to Miss Stonewall.
JOHNNIE BURGESS: General.
HARRY BUSH: General.
JIMMY BUTCHER: General, French
JANET BUTLER: Stenographic,
Girls' Glee Club, Y-Teens, Li-
brary Assistant, F, B. L. A.
RALPH BYRNSIDE: Distributive
CHARLES CALDWELL: General.
BETTY CAMPBELL: College Pre-
paratory, Band, Crchcstra, Glee
Club, G. A. A
JOHN CARPENTER: General.
JOAN BRADLEY BETTY BREEDEN
BEN BURFORD JEAN BURFORD
JIMMY BUTCHER JANET BUTLER
' igg CAROLINE GEORGE BEDDOW AND JACQUITA STARCHER FIND SEWING HARD BUT INTERESTING
BETTY CAMPBELL JOHN CARPENTER
ORVILLE CARPENTER JANET CARSON
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GENEVIEVE CASDORPH HERBERT CASDORPH
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ORVILLE CARPENTER: Steno-
graphic, F. B. L. A., F. T. A.,
National Honor Society.
JANET CARSON: College Prepara-
tory, Office Assistant, Spanish
Club, Latin Club, Troupers, F.
B. L. A., National Honor Society.
PHYLLIS CARTER: College Prepar-
atory, G. A. A., Girls' Glee Club,
Latin Club, Science Club, Jack-
sonian, Jr. Red Cross, Quill and
BASIL CASDORPH: General.
GENEVIEVE CASDORPH: Book-
HERBERT CASDORPH: General.
PAUL CASDORPH: College Pre-
paratory, Latin Club.
PAULINE CASSIS: Stenographic, G.
A. A., Y-Teens, Library Assist-
ant, F. B. L. A.
CONNIE CASTO: Stenographic, Y-
Teens, Library Assistant, Girls'
MARSHALL CASTO: General.
DOROTHY CAVENDER: General,
F. B. L. A.
LILA CAVENDER: Bookkeeping,
MARY CHABOT: General, Glee
SAM CHILTON: College Prepara-
tory, Latin Club, U. N. Club,
JAMES CHIPMAN: Bookkeeping,
PHYLLIS CARTER BASIL CASDORPH
PAUL CASDORPH PAULINE CASSIS
DOROTHY CAVENDER LILA CAVENDER
RENA AND VIRGINIA ADMIRE A FEW OF THE MANY TROPHIES OUR SCHOOL HAS WON
NUNA CLAWSON SAMUEL COATES'
CHARLES COINER GLORIA COLEMAN
JOHN COOKE GLORIA coorn
NINA CLAWSON: Stenographic,
Girls' Glee Club. '
SAMUEL COATES: Bookkeeping,
Varsity Club, Baseball, Basket-
BOBBY COBB: Distributive
TOM COFFMAN: College
CHARLES COINER: General.
GLORIA COLEMAN: Bookkeeping,
Junior Red Cross, F. B, L. A.
JANICE COMBS: Stenographic.
RICHARD COOK: .College Prepara-
tory, Latin Club, Band, Orchestra.
JOHN COOKE: College Prepara-
tory, Spanish Club, Baseball.
GLORIA COOPER: General.
JAMES COULTER: College Prepar-
atory, Jacksonian, Hi-Y, Quill
JEAN CRAFT: Bookkeeping.
BASIL CRAIG: College Preparatory,
BARBARA CUMMINGS: Art, G.
A. A., Gym Leader, Glee Club,
Jacksonian, Executive Council.
DONALD CUMMINGS: Vocational.
ROGER CUMMINGS: General.
BOBBY COBB TOM COFFMAN
JANICE COMBS RICHARD COOK
JAMES COULTER JEAN CRAFT
PAT BEW AND RICHARD TESCH FIND TIME TO ENJOY THEMSELVES DURING SCHOOL HOURS
DONALD cuMMlNGg ROGER CUMMINGS
MARGARET DERRICK PEGGY DODD
GERALD CYRUS: College Prepara- I
tory, Hi-Y, French Club, Visual 1
JAMES DAVIS: College Prepara- .
tory, Latin Club, Hi-Y, Science E
Club, National Honor Society,
Quill and Scroll, Troupers, Jack-
ORUS DEARMAN: General, Band.
DON DENISON: General, Hi-Y,
National Honor Society, Troup-
ers, Thespians, Executive Council.
MARGARET DERRICK: Steno-
graphic, Gym Leader, Science
Club, F. B. L. A.
PEGGY DODD: College Prepara-
tory, Jacksonian, Glee Club,
Latin Club, National Honor So-
ciety, Quill and Scroll.
RUTHIE DONEGAN: Stenographic,
F. B. L. A.
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JAMES DAVIS ORUS DEARMAN
JEAN ANN DORSEY: Stenographic,
Jr. Red Cross, Glee Club, Science
, Club, Stitch and Stir, F. B. L. A.
NORMAN DRUMMOND: College
Preparatory, Hi-Y, Troupers,
Thespians, Science Club.
DEAN DUGGER: College Prepara-
tory, Varsity Club, Senior Class
President, Football, Basketball,
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RUTHIE DONEGAN JEAN ANN DORSEY
I, . A GENE DUNLAP: General.
f HELEN DUNN: College Prepare-
V ' tory, Latin Club, Spanish Club, .
. ,, ,. Jackson Journal, Troupers, Quill
and Scroll, National Honor So-
: y KENNETH EDENS: General.
T 1 ' BETTY EDWARDS: Stenographic,
A ' Troupers, Stitch and Stir, Y-
I iil A' ,V lr ' i Teens.
T A 3 ." ' T SALLY EDWARDS: General, Troup-
A fllff ers, Spanish Club.
l A it E BETTY EPLING: slenegfephle.
NORMAN DRUMMOND DEAN DUGGER GENE DUNLAP HELEN DUNN
KE!-l' 'It EDENS
WORKING ON THE SCHOOL PAPER ARE NANCY FINN, DORIS HARRIS, AND WILMA ROBERTSON
BETTY EDWAR DS
TERESA ERVIN SYBIL FARLEY
JODIE FISCHER BILLIE FISHER
LEONA FORE LUCILLE FOX
TERESA ERVIN: Distributive Edu-
cation, F. B. L. A., Stitch and
Stir, G. A. A.
SYBIL FARLEY: Stenographic, F. B.
L. A., Office Assistant.
JOHNNY FARRIS: College Prepara-
tory, Band, Baseball.
NANCY FINN: College Prepara-
tory, Jackson Journal, Quill and
Scroll, G. A. A., Spanish Club,
Latin Club, Troupers, Science
Club, National Honor Society.
JODIE FISCHER: College Prepara-
tory, Jacksonian, Spanish Club,
G. A. A., Stitch and Stir, Girl
Scouts, Science Club, Latin Club,
Quill and Scroll, Troupers, Na-
tional Honor Society.
BILLIE FISHER: Stenographic,
Troupers, F. B. L. A.
DOROTHY FISHER: Clerical, Glee
Club, Y-Teens, F.T.A., F.B.L.A.
DAYTON FORD: College Prepara-
tory, Band, Orchestra, National
Honor Society, Troupers, Sci-
ence Club, Latin Club.
LEONA FORE: Stenographic.
LUCILLE FOX: Stenographic, G. A.
A., Social Studies Council, Office
Assistant, F. B. L. A., Troupers,
National Honor Society.
DAVID FRAME: General, Baseball,
F. B. L. A.
JOE GATES: College Preparatory,
Band, Latin Club, Science Club.-
PEGGY GEYER: General.
NANCY GILLEN: College Prepara-
tory, Latin Club, Science Club,
Jacksonian, Stitch and Stir, Span-
ish Club, Quill and Scroll, Office
Assistant, Jr. Red Cross.
CLYDE GILLESPIE: Business Edu-
cation, President of Student
Council, Band, Hi-Y.
BARBARA GILLISPIE: Stenograph-
ic, Glee Club.
JOHNNY FARRIS NANCY FINN
DOROTHY FISHER DAYTON fokp
DAVID FRAME JOE GATES
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MARION AROSE AND TOM SUMMERS ENJOY CLOWNING AROUND SCHOOL DURING LUNCH HOUR
CLYDE GILLESPIE BARBARA GILLISFIE
PHYLLIS GOFF GEORGIA GOOD
JIMMY GRAHAM CARRIE GREEN
BILLIE CAROL GRIFFITH CHARLIE GRIFFITH
rHYLus corn' sienogfaphac, G.
A. A., Jacksonian, F. B. L. A.,
GEORGIA GOOD: General.
BARBARA GOODWIN: College
Preparatory, Troupers, Latin
Club, Cheerleader, Spanish Club,
G. A. A.
coNNi: GORDON: sienogfaphac,
G. A. A.
JIMMY GRAHAM: College Prepar-
CARRIE GREEN: College Prepara-
tory, Library Assistant, Gym
Leader, Stitch and Stir, Glee
Club, Latin Club.
LEONA GREENLEAF: Stenographic.
CHARLES GREGORY: General,
BILLIE CAROL GRIFFITH: College
Preparatory, Jacksonian, Latin
Club, G. A. A., Science Club,
Cheerleader, National Honor,
Glee Club, Quill and Scroll.
CHARLIE GRIFFITH: General, Hi-
MIKE GRIFFITH: College Prepara-
ERNEST GROVER: Vocational.
MARY LOU GUINN: Distributive
HUGH GUTHRIE: College Prepara-
tory, Band, Student Council, Na-
tional Honor Society.
JACK GUTHRIE: General.
PHYLLIS HAGER: College Prepara-
tory, G. A. A., Spanish Club,
Jacksonian, Science Club, Troup-
ers, Girl Scouts, Quill and Scroll,
BARBARA GOODWIN CONNIE GORDON
LEONA GRIENLEAF CHARLES GREGORY
MIKE GRIFFITH ERNEST GROVER
MARY LOU GUINN
I BUSY PRACTICING FOR THE BOYS' CHORUS ARE NORMAN SKIDMORE AND EUGENE STUMBO
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JACK GUTHRIE PHYLLIS HAGER
LUCILLE HAID: General.
MARGUERITE HALSTEAD: Steno-
THEODORE HALSTEAD: Distribu-
HERMAN HAMBRICK II: College
Preparatory, Editor of Jacksonian,
Student Council, National Honor
Society, Quill and Scroll, Boys'
State, Band, Latin Club, Troup-
ers, Science Club, Yearling Staff.
"U GARY HAMILTON: Art.
LUCILLE RAID MARGUERITE HALSTEAD
JAY HAMILTON: College Prepara-
tor Jackson Journal National
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Q' .xi Honor Society, Student Council,
- '- ' Latin Club, Science Club, Hi-Y,
I Varsity Club, Football, Track,
i ' 5' -- ALAN HAMRICK: College Pre-
.if ' Li
Q' paratory, Student Council, So-
' ' 5' cial Studies Council, Executive
Q I Council, Hi-Y, Junior Class
- L i,l" BILL HANDLEY: Vocational, Band.
L. C. HANNA: Distributive
GARY uauuuon JAY HAMILTON ALAN MAMRICK
non HARDMAN: Ari.
Vfi ' il' g DAVE Hunnius: vocational.
If " I HARRY HARKINS: General.
'Q lf I-'U ooNALn R. HARPER:
K ' Bookkeeping.
LONNIE HARPER: Vocational.
JAMES HARPOLD: Vocational.
BILL HARRIS: Art.
L. C. HANNA DON HARDMAN DAVI HARKINS
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DONALD R. HARPER
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DORIS HARRIS JACQUELINE HARRISON
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CHARLES HATFIELD KENNETH HATFIELD
ANN HEIZER GORDON HENKEL
DORIS HARRIS: College Prepara-
tory, Jackson Journal, Quill and
Scroll, G. A. A., Spanish Club,
Latin Club, Troupers, Science
JACQUELINE HARRISON: Distrib-
utive Education, Jr. Red Cross.
JOYCE HARRISON: General, G. A.
AUDREY HARTLEY: Distributive
Education, F. B. L. A., Glee Club.
CHARLES HATFIELD: Distributive
KENNETH HATFIELD: College
DOLORES HAYNES: Stenographic,
PAULINE HAYNES: Bookkeeping,
G. A. A., Y-Teens.
ANN HEIZER: College Preparatory,
Cheerleader, Jacksonian, G. A.
A., Latin Club, Science Club,
Quill and Scroll.
GORDON HENKEL: General, Base-
ball, Varsity Club, Band.
BILL HENNEGEN: Vocational.
RUBY HENNEN: Distributive Edu-
cation, Glee Club, Jr. Red Cross.
CARLA HENRY: General, Latin
Club, Glee Club, Troupers, Y-
Teens, Jr. Red Cross, Stitch and
Stir, F. B. L. A.
RUSSELL HICKMAN: Stenograph-
ic, F. B. L. A., F. T. A., National
BERNICE HILL: Stenographic,
Stitch and Stir, Y-Teens, F. B.
JORETTA HILL: Stenographic,
Jackson Journal, F. B. L. A.
JOYCE HARRISON AUDREY HARTLEY
DOLORES HAYNES PAULINE HAYNES
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BERNICE HILL JORETTA HILL
CONNIE HIVELY EARNESTINE HOFFMAN
BOB HOLLIDAY DELORIS HOLLIDAY
PAT HOOVER NANCY HUDDLE
CONNIE HIVELY: Stenographic,
Glee Club, Thespians, Stitch and
Stir, Y-Teens, Troupers.
EARNESTINE HOFFMAN: Steno-
graphic, Y-Teens, Stitch and
Stir, F. B. L. A.
HELEN HOFFMAN: Distributive
JACK HOLDEN: College
BOB HOLLIDAY: Vocational, Var-
sity Club, Track.
DELORIS HOLLIDAY: Stenograph-
ic, Y-Teens, Stitch and Stir,
MARY HOLMES: Home
HELEN HOOVER: Stenographic,
PAT HOOVER: General, Gym
NANCY HUDDLE: Music, Nation-
al Honor Society, Spanish Club,
Troupers, Senior Scouts, Social
Studies Council, Maiorette, Glee
DOT HUMPHREYS: Stenographic.
BARBARA HUNDLEY: Distribu-
tive Education, G. A. A., F. B.
DORIS HUTTON: Bookkeeping, G.
A. A., Glee Club, Stitch and Stir,
DOTTIE INGRAM: Bookkeeping,
G. A. A., Library Assistant, F.
B. L .A., Latin Club.
JO ANN ISAAC: Stenographic, Y-
Teens, F. B. L, A., Gym Leader,
NORMA JACK: Home Economics,
Glee Club, Stitch and Stir, Jr.
Red Cross, G. A. A., Mixed
HELEN HOFFMAN JACK HOLDEN
MARY H05-M55 HELEN HOOVER
DOT HUMPHREYS BARBARA HUNDLEY
JAY APPEARS TO BE VERY PLEASED WITH THE RESULTS OF HIS CHEMISTRY EXPERIMENT
JO ANN ISAAC NORMA JACK
MARY LOU JACKSON NANCY -IACK50N
FLOYD JEFFREY MARY JENKINS
BOB JOHNSON CHARLES JONES
MARY LOU JACKSON: Steno-
graphic, Glee Club, Office As-
sistant, Y-Teens, F. B. L. A.,
Stitch and Stir, Junior Red Cross.
NANCY JACKSON: Art, G. A. A.
BARBARA JARRETT: Clerical, G.
A. A., Y-Teens.
JACK JARRETT: General, Basket-
ball, Varsity Club.
FLOYD JEFFREY: General, Basket-
MARY JENKINS: College Prepara-
tory, Stitch and Stir, G. A. A.,
Library Assistant, Junior Red
Cross, National Honor Society.
NORMA JENKINS: Bookkeeping,
Stitch and Stir, Y-Teens, F. B.
PATRICIA JIVIDEN: Bookkeeping,
G. A. A., Stitch and Stir, Gym
Leader, Library Assistant.
BOB JOHNSON: General, Baseball,
CHARLES JONES: Vocational.
RALPH JONES: Vocational, Foot-
WILLIAM JORDAN: Vocational,
JOHN JUDY: General, Troupers,
DAVID KAPP: Vocational.
TEDDY KAUFMAN: General, Stitch
FRANK KELLEY: General, Football.
BARBARA JARRETT JACK JARRETT
NORMA JENKINS PATRICIA JIVIDEN
RALPH JONES WILLIAM JORDAN
ANN HEIZER HAS JUST BEEN CROWNED "QUEEN OF HEARTS" AT THE G. A. A. VALENTINE DANCE
TEDDY KAUFMAN FRANK KELLEY
MACK KELLY mms Ksssmz
PAUL KOONTZ LIBBY LEACH
CHARLES LIEBLE HILDA LILLY
MACK KELLY: Vocational.
JAMES KESSLER: Distributive
KEITH KING: General.
MEREDITH KINNARD: College
Preparatory, Orchestra, National
Honor Society, Gym Leader,
French Club, Jackson Journal,
PAUL KOONTZ: Vocational, Foot-
LIBBY LEACH: Stenographic, Y-
Teens, Glee Club, F. B. L. A.,
Stitch and Stir.
RICHARD LEGGE: Vocational.
MARCUS LEWIS: General, Band,
CHARLES LIEBLE: General.
HILDA LILLY: Stenographic, F. B.
L. A., Office Assistant.
RUBY LILLY: Bookkeeping, G. A.
A., F. B. L. A.
DONNA LONG: Art, Troupers,
Jacksonian, F. B. L. A., Gym
Leader, G. A. A., Yearling Staff,
Stitch and Stir.
GERALDINE LONG: Business
JO ANN LYNN: Stenographic, Glee
Club, Troupers, F. B. L. A., Y-
BOB LYNN: Art.
RONALD LYTTON: General.
KEITH KING MEREDITH KINNARD
nicminn LEGGE MARCUS LEWIS
RUBY LILLY DONNA LONG
BOB, BILL, AND GARY SEEM T0 ENJOY WATCHING DON AND JACK WORK ON ART PROJECTS
JO ANN LYNN
aol LYNN RONALD LYTTDN
PATRICIA MACORMAC: College
Preparatory, Orchestra, Glee
Club, Latin Club, Spanish Club,
Jackson Journal, Troupers, So-
cial Studies Council, National
DALE MADDOX: General, Varsity
Club, Football, Track.
MARY ELLEN MALLORY: Clerical.
CLIFFORD MANLEY: General,
Current Events Club.
JAMES MARION: Vocational.
MARGIE MARKHAM: Stenograph-
ic, Stitch and Stir, F. B. L. A.
PA'riuciA MAconMAc one nutnoox ADA'-INF MARSHAI-L1 COHGQG MARY ELLEN MAu.onY curronp Mniuv
Preparatory, Jackson Journal,
Cheerleader, National Honor So-
ciety, Quill and Scroll, Spanish
Club, G. A. A., Yearling Staff,
Troupers, Latin Club, Executive
EUGENE MARTIN: General.
BETTY JO MATTHEWS: Book-
RAYMOND MAX: General, French
Club, F. B. L. A.
CAROLYN McCAMEY: College
Preparatory, National Honor So-
ciety, Quill and Scroll, Thespians,
Jackson Journal - Editor, Girls'
State, Yearling Editor, Student
Council, Troupers, Spanish Club,
:Ames MARION MARGIE MARKHAM Science Club, Glee Club, Latin Annu: MAnsHAi.L zusmz MARTIN
Club, Executive Council.
FRANKLIN McGLOTHIN: Gen-
eral,Hi-Y, Track, Football, Var-
JESSIE McGOVRAN: College Pre-
paratory, Jackson Journal-Edi-
tor, Troupers, Latin Club, Quill
and Scroll, National Honor So-
ciety, Spanish Club.
MARY McINTOSH: College Pre-
'X paratory, Latin Club, French
Club, Gym Leader.
ELIZABETH McLANE: Bookkeep-
ing, F. T. A., F. B. L. A.
BETTY JO MATTHEWS RAYMOND MAX CAROI-YN MCCAMEY CHARLIE M:CUTCHEON
FRANKLIN McGLOTHLIN JESSIE McGOVRAN
CO-CAPTAINS OF STONEWALL'S 1950 FOOTBALL TEAM: DEAN DUGGER AND BOB PARSONS
MARY McINTOSH ELIZABETH McLANE
BILL MEADOWS RONALD MELTON
HELEN MILTON DOLORES MOFFATT
ROSETTA MORGAN JOAN MORRIS
BILL MEADOWS: General, F. B.
RONALD MELTON: General.
CARL MILLER: Vocational, Base-
ball, Varsity Club.
RALPH MILLER: General.
HELEN MILTON: College Prepara-
tory, National Honor Society,
French Club, Latin Club.
DELORES MOFFATT: Stenograph-
ic, Library Assistant, Stitch and
Stir, Y-Teens, F. B. L. A.
JAMES MOORE: College Prepara-
EARL MOORE: General, Track, Hi-
Y, F. B. L. A.
ROSETTA MORGAN: General.
JOAN MORRIS: College Prepara-
tory, French Club, Stitch and
BETTY MYERS: Business
CHESTER NICHOLS: Vocational.
LEVINA O'DELL: General, Stitch
and Stir, G. A. A.
MARTHA O'DELL: General, Stitch
GEORGE PARK: College Prepara-
tOry, Jacksonian, Quill and Scroll.
FRED PARRISH: Vocational.
CARL MILLER RALPH MILLER
JAMES MOORE EARL MOORE
BETTY MYERS CHESTER NICHOLS
MILDRED AND MARY LOU WORK ON THE SCHEDULING CARDS IN MR. STEADMAN'S OFFICE
GEORGE PARK FRED PARRISI1
ROBERT PARSONS SHIRLEY PARSONS
PHYLLIS PATTERSON FRED PEET
ROBERT PARSONS: General, Var-
sity Club, Football, Basketball,
SHIRLEY PARSONS: Stenographic.
TEXIE PARSONS: Stenographic.
JOYCE PATTERSON: Stenographic,
G. A. A., Y-Teens, Stitch and
Stir, Jr. Red Cross, Office As-
PHYLLIS PATTERSON: Steno-
graphic, F. B. L. A., Stitch and
Stir, Gym Leader.
FRED PEET: Vocational.
JIMMIE PELL: General, Band, Or-
chestra, French Club, Troupers.
DICK PIERSON: College Prepara-
tory, President Student Council,
Executive Council, Hi-Y, Jack-
sonian, Troupers, National Hon-
ALICE PINSON: General, Thes-
pians, Jr. Red Cross.
EMILY PRUETT: Home Economics,
Spanish Club, Stitch and Stir,
G. A. A., Office Assistant, Na-
tional Honor Society.
JAMES PRYCE: College Prepara-
tory, Hi-Y, Troupers, Social
Studies Council, Glee Club.
ELAINE QUICK: College Prepara-
tory, Glee Club, Senior Scouts,
Y-Teens, G. A. A., Spanish Club.
FAYE QUICK: Bookkeeping, F. B.
BOBBY RAINES: General.
CHARLOTTE RAINES: Steno-
graphic, G. A. A., Junior Red
Cross, F. B. L. A.
MINERVA RAINES: Stenographic,
Stitch and Stir, G. A. A., F. B.
TEXIE PARSONS JOYCE PATTERSON
JIMMIE PELL DICK PIERSON
Auce PiNsoN :Min Pnus'r'r MMS PRYCE ELAINE QUICK
JOHN WILLIAMS, WORKING WITH ENTHUSIASM, ADDS FINISHING TOUCHES TO LAYOUTS
CHARLOTTE RAINES MlNgRVA RAINES
GLADA RANDOLPH HELEN RANKIN
RUBY REED BILL REESE
Downes noAcH sm nossnrs
GLADA RANDOLPH: Distributive
Education, F. B. L, A.
HELEN RANKIN: Fine Arts, G. A.
A., Troupers, Thespians, Jr. Red
Cross, French Club, Gym Leader,
U. N. Club.
JANET RANSON: Clerical, Orches-
tra, Glee Club, F. T. A., F. H. A.,
Science Club, Library Assistant.
ELOISE RAY: Clerical, F, B. L. A.
RUBY REED: Distributive Educa-
tion, F. B. L. A.
BILL REESE: Stenographic, Jackson
Journal, F. B. L. A.
JO ELLEN RHODES: College Pre-
paratory, Jackson Journal, Latin
Club, Troupers, G. A. A., Office
Assistant, Quill and Scroll, Na-
tional Honor Society.
EDWARD RICE: College Prepara-
tory, Troupers, Latin Club, Thes-
pians, Jacksonian, French Club,
Science Club, U. N. Club.
DOLORES ROACH: Distributive
BILL ROBERTS: Bookkeeping.
DORCAS ROBERTS: General,
G. A. A.
WILMA ROBERTSON: College
Preparatory, National Honor S0-
ciety, Quill and Scroll, Thespians,
Latin Club, Spanish Club, Junior
Red Cross, Science Club, Troup-
ers, Jackson Journal.
RUTHE ROOTES: College Prepara-
tory, Jacksonian, National Honor
Society, Quill and Scroll, Jackson
Journal, Troupers, Thespians,
Spanish Club, Executive Council,
Social Studies Council, Senior
Scouts, G. A. A., Science Club.
CHARLES ROY: General, Baseball.
PHILIP SAMPSON: College Pre-
paratory, Band, Orchestra.
EVERETT SANTEE: Col lege
Jo ELLEN Rs-cones EDWARD RICE
ON THE FLOOR SHOW AT THE VALENTINE SQUARE DANCE, MARY MCINTOSH TAP DANCES
DORCAS ROBERTS WILMA ROBERTSON
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PHILIP SAMPSON EVERETT SANTEE
JAMES SANTROCK JOYCE SANDERS
HARRY SCHWENDER PATRICIA SEARS
JAMES SANTROCK: General.
JOYCE SANDERS: General, Gym
Leader, Spanish Club, G. A. A.,
RENA SAUVAGEOT: College Pre-
paratory, Jacksonian, Senior
Scouts, Latin Club, Science Club,
G. A. A., Stitch and Stir, French
Club, Quill and Scroll.
EDGAR SCHROEDER: College Pre-
paratory, Latin Club, Troupers,
Spanish Club, Jacksonian, Sci-
HARRY SCHWENDER: College
PATRICIA SEARS: College Prepar-
atory, National Honor Society,
Latin Club, Glee Club, Executive
Council, Senior Scouts, Jackson
Journal, Science Club.
MARY SERGENT: College Prepara-
tory, Stitch and Stir, Senior
Scouts, Latin Club, F. B. L. A.,
Civil Air Patrol.
PAT SEVY: General, Y-Teens.
BETTY SHAMBLEN: College Pre-
paratory, Stitch and Stir, French
Club, Library Assistant, Latin
Club, G. A. A., Glee Club.
ELEANOR SHELTON: College Pre-
paratory, Latin Club, Troupers,
G. A. A., Science Club, Jack-
sonian, Senior Scouts, Quill and
CECIL SHORT: Vocational, Foot-
MILDRED SHORT: Stenographic,
Troupers, G. A. A., Quill and
Scroll, Office Assistant, Jackson
Journal, F. B. L. A., National
PATSY SIGMON: College Prepara-
tory, Stitch and Stir, Troupers,
Latin Club, F. B. L. A.
CAROLYN SIMPSON: Stenograph-
ic, Band, F. B. L. A.
CHARLES SINGLETON: College
NORMAN SKIDMORE: General.
RENA SAUVAGEOT EDGAR SCHROEDER
BETTY SHAMBLEN ELEANOR SI-IELTON CECIL SHQRT Mlumgp SHORT
CHARLES SI NGLETON
LUCILLE FOX RUNS OFF AN ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE MIMEOGRAPH MACHINE IN THE OFFICE
CA ROLYN SIMPSON
BURT SMART BONNIE SMITH
LAWRENCE SMITH, JR. IDA SNEAD
EUNICE SPRADLING JAMES SPRADLING
BURT SMART: College Prepara-
tory, Jackson Journal, Troupers,
Latin Club, Science Club.
BONNIE SMITH: Stenographic,
Glee Club, F. B. L. A.
CHARLES SMITH: College Pre-
paratory, Jacksonian, Student
Council, Quill and Scroll, Boys'
State, National Honor Society.
GUILFORD SMITH, JR.: College
Preparatory, Band, Science Club,
F, B. L. A., Latin Club.
LAWRENCE SMITH, JR.: General.
IDA SN EAD: Stenographic.
JACK SOTHEN: College Prepara-
OVAL SPENCER: Vocational.
EUNICE SPRADLING: Stenograph-
ic, Stitch and Stir, Y-Teens.
JAMES SPRADLING: Vocational.
JO ANN SPRADLING: Clerical,
Glee Club, Jackson Journal, F.
B. L. A.
GEORGE STANLEY: Vocational.
JACQUITA STARCHER: General,
Glee Club, Stitch and Stir, F. T.
MILDRED STEVENS: Distributive
Education, Stitch and Stir, G. A.
A., F. B. L. A.
RUTH STONESTREET: Bookkeep-
ing, F. T. A., F. B. L. A., Library
NELSON STOOPS, JR.: College
CHARLES SMITH GUILFORD SMITH, JR
JACK SOTHEN OVAL SPENCER
JO ANN SPRADLING GEORGE STANLEY
ROSE, HELEN, EILEEN, AND ELEANOR MAKE UP THE UKULELE QUARTET AT STONEWALI.
RUTH STONESTREET NELSON STOOPS, JR.
JOHNNY STOWERS RUBERT STRAIN
EUGENE STUMBO TOM SUMMERS
LORETTA TAYLOR RICHARD TESCH
JOHNNY STOWERS: Distributive
ROBERT STRAIN: Bookkeeping,
CAROL STUCK: General,
ARDEN STULL: General.
EUGENE STUMBO: General, Glee
TOM SUMMERS: General, Football,
Track, Hi-Y, Varsity Club.
ELEANOR SURFACE: Stenographic.
JO ANN TAYLOR: Bookkeeping,
Thespians, Troupers, Glee Club,
F. B. L. A., National Honor So-
LORETTA TAYLOR: Stenographic.
RICHARD TESCH: College Prepar-
atory, Jackson Journal, Hi-Y,
Latin Club, Quill and Scroll,
National Honor Society, Boys'
State, Student Council, Varsity
Club, Baseball, Basketball, Foot-
BARBARA THABET: College Pre-
paratory, Science Club, Latin
Club, Spanish Club, Glee Club,
Senior Scouts, Junior Red Cross,
EVELYN THAXTON: Stenographic.
JAMES THAXTON: Vocational.
BOB THOMAS: Vocational,
FRANKLIN THOMAS: General.
LORENA THOMAS: Distributive
CAROL STUCK ARDEN STULL
ELEANOR SURFACE JO ANN TAYLOR
BARBARA THABET EVELYN THAXTON
JEAN, PHYLLIS, AND NANCY RUN THROUGH ONE OF THE NUMEROUS MAJORETTE ROUTINES
FRANKLIN THOMAS i.oRsNA ri-ioMAs
PAUL THOMAS CHARLES THOMPSON
RICHARD THOMPSON -'AMES TINCHFR
RUBY TRUMAN WENDELL TURLEY
I-Il-I-IAN TYLER JAMES VANHOOSE
PAUL THOMAS: Vocational,
DON THOMPSON: College Pre-
paratory, Band, French Club,
DORA THOMPSON: Clerical, Dance
Band, Jr. Red Cross, F. B. L. A.
RICHARD THOMPSON: General,
Football, Basketball, Track.
JAMES TINCHER: General, Bas-
VIRGINIA TITLOW: Clerical, Stu-
dent Council, Jacksonian, Office
Assistant, National Honor So-
JAMES TOTTEN: College Prepara-
tory, Band, Orchestra.
RUBY TRUMAN: Distributive Edu-
cation, Y-Teens, G. A. A., Li-
WENDELL TURLEY: General, Base-
ball, Varsity Club.
VELMA TURNES: General, Stitch
and Stir, Junior Red Cross.
WILDA TURNES: Distributive
LILLIAN TYLER: General, Glee
Club, Orchestra, F. B. L. A.,
F. T. A., Science Club, Spanish
Club, Stitch and Stir, Jackson
JAMES VANHOOSE: College Pre-
paratory, Football, Track.
DAVID VAN NOY: Vocational.
JANICE VEALEY: Bookkeeping,
Stitch and Stir, Y-Teens.
HANSON VINCENT: College
ARBUTUS WALKER: Stenographic,
Glee Club, Jackson Journal, F.
B. L. A., Y-Teens, Stitch and
WANDA WALKER: Stenographic.
ROSE WALTER: College Prepara-
tory, Latin Club, Jacksonian,
Spanish Club, G. A. A., Troup-
ers, Quill and Scroll.
BILL WEAVER: Bookkeeping,
Band, Orchestra, Glee Club, F.
B. L. A.
DON THOMPSON DORA THOMPSON
VIRGINIA TITLOW JAMES TOTTEN
VELMA TURNES wiun fumes
DAVID VANNOY JANICE VEALEY
HANSON VINCENT ARBUTUS WALKER WANDA WALKER Ros: WALTER Blu. wuvea
DONALD WEEKLEY EILEEN WEHRLE
BERNEDA WHITED BURTON WHITED
ORIN WILKINSON JOHN WILLIAMS
CHARLES WINN JANET WINTER
DONALD WEEKLEY: General.
EILEEN WEHRLE: College Prepar-
atory, Latin Club, Spanish Club,
Jacksonian, G. A. A., National
Honor Society, Glee Club, Troup-
ers, Jr. Red Cross, Quill and
ROSEMARY WEHRLE: Bookkeep-
ing, G. A, A., Y-Teens, Gym
Leader, F. B. L. A.
IRIS WHITE: College Preparatory,
BERNEDA WHITED: Distributive
Education, F. B. L. A.
BURTON WHITED: Vocational.
SARA WILCHER: Distributive Edu-
cation, Y-Teens, G. A. A., Li-
MAXINE WILKINSON: Clerical, G.
A. A., F.kB. L. A., F. T. A,
ORIN WILKINSON: General,
Band, Glee Club.
JOHN WILLIAMS: Art, Band, Hi-
Y, Student Council, Quill and
RICHARD WILTON: Stenographic.
FRANK WINGO: Vocational.
CHARLES WINN: College Prepara-
tory, Hi-Y, Troupers.
JANET WINTER: General.
WILLIAM WITHROW: Vocational.
JEAN WOOD: Stenographic, G. A.
A., Office Assistant, Maiorette,
Social Studies Council.
DAYNESE WOOTEN: General,
BETTY WRIGHT: General, G. A. A.
BOB YEAGER: College Preparatory,
Vice-President of Junior and
Senior Class, Varsity Club, Jack-
sonian, Quill and Scroll.
DON YOUNG General, Band.
JOSEPH DAVID MIKLES
ROSEMARY WEHRLE IRIS WHITE
SARA WILCHER MAXINE WILKINSON
RICHARD WILTON FRANK WINGO
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Junior Home Room Presidents
First row: B. Hardman, V. Porterfield,
P. Covert, I. Sanders, C. Barker, C.
Campbell, J. Perry. Second row: G.
Warner, D, Smith, S. Clifton, J.
Chandler, L. Radcliffe, F. Gillespie.
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First row: M. Thomas, R, Martin .
Anderson, S. Wilson, R. Williams, .
Saunders, P. Wattes, K. Shaw, .
Allison. Second row: J. Doyle, O.
Coonrod, M. Ballard, R. Peters, S.
Corey, B. Garrett, F. Ashworth, B.
Weiford, P. Priestley. Third row: R.
Thompson, J. Sergent, J. Reynolds, J.
Love, E. Parsons, J. Koch, R. Good, E.
Johnson, J. Gibson. Fourth row: R.
Tucker, B. Marion, J. Sine, J. Hamric,
G. Short, N. Rankin, J. Chandler.
First row: C. Caperton, F. Alderson,
H. Bridges, J. Kiser, E. Garnett, J.
Vance, J. Cummings, S. Hearn, F.
Simon. Second row: J. Hayes, T. Ash-
more, L. Perrow, L. Hall, L. Chambers,
C. Bowles, M. Smith, S. Moss, D. Fizer,
B. Short. Third row: B, Hardman, C.
Waybright, E. Amory, J. Holstein, R.
Plott, C. Arnett, J. Gregory, J. Litton.
Fourth row: E. Slater, J. Easley, G.
Angle, J. Burdette, E. Roush, A.
Harrah, M. Hager.
First row: P. Waugh, V. Young, M.
Norman, J. O'DeIl, A. Devrick, V. Cas-
dorph, R. Lilly, D. King, A. Shafer,
M. Moss. Second row: L. Blackshire,
J. Dawson, P, Alexander, M. William-
son, J. Perry, A. Haynes, C. Fulks, E.
Nicholas, H. Moore, S. Monroe. Third
row: J. Haid, E, Jordon, V. Harding,
B. Gullenmette, H. White, C. Wright,
J. Bishop, E. Cunningham, B. Birch.
Fourth row: D. Smith, T. Harpold, J.
Dodd, K. Jones, R. Lutz, E. Ashworth,
T. Byrd, B. Cottrill.
First row: B. Jordan, B. Dobreft, E.
Barnes, C. Ellsworth, J. Kessler, A,
Wooten, S. Pruden, M. Goff, G. Pitch-
ford. Second row: P. Covert, C. Fried-
man, M. Burgess, D. Tate, S. Romeo,
D. Rhodes, J. Harrison, J. Matheny,
B. Bailey. Third row: D. Holley, N.
Lemmon, G. Keffer, P. Anderson, J.
Wiley, R. White, M. Layne, J. Vance.
Fourth row: C. Schumann, F. Simmons,
J. Jones, R. McFarland, C. Duff, J.
Crews, J. Morgan, K. Lanham.
First row: K. Arnold, H. Shiltz, C
Leake, B. Short, G. Ross, M. Reed
J, Patton, F. Craze, J. Stealey, J. King
Second row: J. Pritt, D. Estep, M. Kirk
M. DePue, R. Stover, J, Seward, G
Donaldson, M. Wright. Third row: M
Simmons, J. Taylor, J. Withrow, D
Wells, J. Woodrum, L. Wilkinson, M
Withrow, D. Smith. Fourth row: l-l
Fulks, B. Parsons, H. Vance, J. Vin-
cent, E. Waugh, C. Naseef, E. Jack-
son, R. Meyers,
301, 125, 126 and 321
First row: M. Thomas, B. Courtney
D. Miller, K. Jones, B. Burton, D.
Miller, B. Grim, R. Wilson, J. Roberts,
B. Patton, F. Garnes. Second row: J.
Bibbee, J. Fisher, S. McLane, O. Cas-
dorph, R. Burgess, R. Summerfield, B.
Hanley, J. Casto, C. Buchanan, E.
Whittington. Third row: B. Higgin-
botham, B. Jarrett, H. Fitzsimmons, C.
Burdette, J. Lowe, J. Wheeler, R, Lit-
ton, R. Rhodes. Fourth row: N, Harri-
son, D. Adkins, D. Bailey, D, Harper,
H. Cavender, J. Ashworth, A. Jones,
D. McCracken, J. Upton, C, Dean.
203 and 308
First row: J. McDavid, J. Lawhorn, G
Sears, J. Parkins, C. Cornerford, P
Radford, V. Porterfield, E. Haynes
Second row: K. Shaw, P. Carter, J
Nelson, S. Fleshman, R. Cashdan, D
Carrico, L. Cline, N. Freed, S. Hamil-
ton. Third row: D. Rabel, B. Johnson
D. Freeland, W. Duff, J. Wermescher,
E. Huddle, D. Parkins, J. Massau, B.
First row: P. Dye, W. Bird, M. Belcher,
J. Maddox, R. Anderson, B. Jones, C.
Boggess, J. Patterson, D. Khuri. Sec-
ond row: N. Perdue, C. Barker, S.
Blankenship, M. Botkins, P. Taylor,
G. Traxton, W. Jones, J. Clendenin.
Third row: T. Jackson, R. Kushner,
D. Ballard, J. Baria, C. Carr, W.
Crowder, D. Flesher. Fourth row: C
Lee, J. Hypes, F. Lincoln, D. Tate, J
Madison, J. Krantz, C. Beane.
314 and l3lI
First row: J. Simon, l. Sanders, F.
Young, G. Painter, L. Casebolt, E.
Skeen, J. Tyree, T. Judy, C. Kershner,
B. Huffman. Second row: H. Cavender,
L. Martin, F. Spencer, B. Fox, N.
Swindler, J. Surface, E. Chapman, B.
Patton, N. Shamblin, N. Walker.
Third row: R. Bartlett, J. Rooch, R.
Shingler, F. Gillispie, D. Lee, B. Quick,
C. Sheets, G. Bloss, G. Stalnaker, D
Mace, O. Burgher.
First row: F. Hearld, P. Dunbar, J
Harrison, A. Smith, D. Grover, P. Ank-
rom, J. Stalnaker, C. Ward, D. Simms,
R. Wilson. Second row: D. Edens, J.
Dyke, K. Young, T. Maddox, H. Jones,
F. Cabell, U. Laxton, F. Pauley. Third
row: J. Niedermyer, J. Staats, B. Cole,
W. Martin, C. Loaman, R. Ronk, R.
Calabrese. Fourth row: W. Beauvais,
C. Warner, C. Agsten, S. Clifton, C.
Mynes, B. Merical.
First row: B, Randolph, V. Ohlinger
D, Shaflter, H. St. Clair, L. Cyrus, J
Rucker, B, Pauley, T. Underwood, B
Eary, Second row: R Smith, M. Games,
D, Douglas, F, Sharnblem, P. Helmick
B. Slater, T, Rogers, C
Clendenin, Third row: R. Sutler, J
Harper, J. Beheler, P. Winkler, G
McClaskie, L. Humphreys, H. Foster
P, Wehrle, H. Thomas, G, Warner.
229 and 127
First row: M. Cochran, F. Venitsanos,
B Vaughan, N. Strickler, D, King, C
Graham, B. Smith, R. Lynn, C. Lincoln,
E. Vandergiff. Second row: C. Wilson,
J. Morgan, B, Hull, L. Radcliff, B
Swiger, J. Jackson, E, Klarner, J. Kit-
tinger, J, Hash, H. Forbes. Third row
B. Lambert, R. Spencer, B. Farris, D,
Burforcl, D. Beaver, D. Marker, D.
Fisher, W. Reber, J. French, J. Diaz,
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Junior activities include a class in
cheerleading. Here Barbara Goodwin,
head cheerleader, instructs juniors:
Nancy Freed, Cary Caperton, Cynthia
Comerford, Jane Saunders, Kathryn
Shaw, and Libbie Cline.
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First row: D. Bryant, P. Affolder, E.
Lanham, C. Sloan, J. Cobb, B. Marion,
A. Huddy, P. LaMont, S. St. Clair
Second row: R, Hargus, T. Osborne
B. Morris, J. Wolfe, D. Anderson, B
Smolder, W. Wolf, B. Smith, J. Ashby
Third row: L. Perkins, R, Peet, J. Fox
P, Reed, R. Walker, R. Graham, J
Thomas, G. Smith, C. Tinsley.
First row: D. Kelly, M. Berry, P. Wil-
liamson, L. Harkins, P. Webster, I.
Conley, B. Hunt, C. Shaver, M. Keun,
W. Asberry. Second row: L. McClure,
G. Bonham, B. Cobb, J. Bruni, M.
Clendenen, J. Gregory, B. Monday, J.
Jack, B. Hill, C. Pendell, P. Hall. Third
row: J. Patterson, A. Hinsman, F.
Rock, C. Henson, L. Gibson, J. Chil-
dress, C. Burt, J. Mangus, G. Parsons,
J. Meador. Fourth row: E. McKensy,
B. Deboard, H. Summers, D, Shamblin,
J. Clatworthy, L. Stanford, F. Ballalii,
J. Butcher, B. Burchet, G. Bailey, J.
BARBARA WALL Secretary
DON GRIFFITH Vice President
First row: P. Walters, C. Brenneman
M. Summers, N. Coffin, C. Clenden-
nin, S. Poling, P. Hendrickson, M, Hall
F. Hudkins, J. Boggs. Second row: J
Pritt, J. Harmon, S. Waggy, S. Leonard
N. White, E. Jordan, J. Harmon, R
Legg, J. Clark, C. Burgess, B. O'Dell
Third row: C. Riggs, H. Lance, D
Beck, D. Seaton, B. Reber, J. Smith
S. Canterbury, J. Maddox, R. West-
fall, D. Harper, R. Cantrell.
First row: S. Morris, D. Martin, M
Campbell, N. Finney, V. Marian, J
Baria, A. Spencer, F. Sevy, C. Priestly.
Second row: B. Cochran, H. Simpson
B. Boschian, T. Ellison, M. Guthrie, D.
Jones, J. Dodd, R. Jarrett, B. Ran-
dolph, D. Ranson. Third row: H. Wat-
son, B. Campbell, R. Conner, R. Quick,
R. Tweedy, D. Norman, R. Baird, W.
Lytton, J. Gantz.
First row: D. Polston, M. Balser, H.
Randolph, V. Fisher, V, Affolter, B.
Bupp, C. Holley, B. Brady, C. Hunley.
Second row: F. Wilson, D. lsner, B.
Horton, M. Gillespie, D. Wright, J.
Carter, H. Rucker, F. Rucker, C. Ma-
son. Third row: H. M ers L. Har er
Y f D i
F. Montague, W. Sherrill, D. Weaver,
J. Lasure, C. Brick, W. Dawson, J.
McCormick, R. Harpold, D. Gillispie.
First row: S. Janndy, D. Stanley, M.
Cunningham, B. Johnson, M. Solamie,
E. Staats, H. Larch, L. Litton, H. Stut-
ler, B. Coulter. Second row: C. Wil-
liams, N. Duckworth, D. Flowers, J.
Wilcher, C. Wierstiener, R. Wagner,
R. Layne, R. Rinick, J. Sigmon, P.
Landers, D. Miller, P. Jones. Third
row: B. Wall, R. Thacker, K. Milam,
R. Bowles, J. Booth, S. Haynes, J.
Smithers, H. Summers, W. Wood, J.
Jones, A. Walker.
First row: C. Moore, L. Smith, N.
Lowen, B. Jones, R. McGinnis, M.
Knapp, P. Wallace, J. Holmes, P.
Gentry. Second row: J. Taylor, L.
Cantley, R. McKinney, J. Johnson, S.
Kelley, P. Pendleton, P. Taylor, B.
Caldwell, L. Goff, S. Stonestreet. Third
row: C. Lacy, N. Fisher, A. LeRoy, R.
Hoylrnan, G. Kelly, R. Blizzard, J.
Byrd, D. Waterstone, A. Young.
First row: S. Phillips, K. Harrison, J.
Cox, J. Campbell, L. Rollins, J. Walk!
er, M. Glass, H. Powell, C. Fore, A.
Woodrum. Second row: F. Taylor, D.
Griffith, A. Griffiths, P. Lanham, M.
Legg, E. Strock, M. Kincaid, M. Burrus,
S. Hunt, R. Rhodes. Third row: R.
Galperin, V. Ware, D. Dawson, R. Wil-
Iiams, H. Williamson, F. Hoferer, F.
Tornoe, D. Kerns, P. Heavener.
First row: B. Kelly, N. Caston, P. Car-
penter, N. Jividen, L. Holmes, S. Stew-
art, J. Allender, G. Blessing, A. Bur-
ford, C. Beaver. Second row: W.
Phles, B. Davis, B. Cobb, D. Myers,
P. Haynes, L. White, R. Moore, S
Shamblin, G. Sevy. Third row: R
Songer, J. Powell, M. Quigley, J. Dean
B. Hardwick, M. Pritt, E. Fields, H
Schoolcratt, J. Jarrett.
First row: L. Henson, M. Colc, B
Fowler, J. Jordan, D. Hickman, A
Jones, N. Burns, C. Miller, J. Sheets
H. McPherson. Second row: E. Under-
wood, J. Pritt, T, Cavender, B. Spencer
J. Edes, L. Spencer, W. Skaff, V
Christy, M. Johnson, P, Thompson
Third row: W. Jarrett, P. Feazell, C
Evans, J. l-lartrnan, H. Bentley, B
Buchannon, K. Gandee, J. Cook, D
First row: C. Roberts, S. Bowden, B
Mundy, J. Snodgrass, B. Revall, G
Rhodes, E. Paxton, C. Feazell, A. Cot-
trill. Second row: H. Montgomery, N
Pennington, B. Rogers, P. Edens, B
Dunlap, G. Edens, S. Rider, B. Rider,
D. Rhodes. Third row: R. Gadd, G.
Jones, B. Faulkner, C. Christian, D
Gillispie, A. Lilly, F. James, J. Witt
D. Webb, B. Garnett, B. Graham.
First row: M. Sigmon, P. Casedorph
N. Burnern, B. Cavender, D. Cole, R
Forbes, J. Samples, P. Duke, M. Taylor.
Second row: D. Cummings, F. Noel
N. Oates, M. Bumpers, M. Rhodes, J
Casto, B. McCutcheon, F. Young, B
Miller. Third row: J. Mundy, G. Bran-
ham, A. McCarney, L. Alexander, J
Buriord, T, Tucker, G. Thompson, C
Summers, J. Wyatt, D. Morris.
First row: A. Butler, J. White, J. Lynn
H. Dixon, C. Boling, D. Warner, S
McClain, P. Way, S. Winemiller, J
Williams. Second row: B. Barnett, M
MacDonald, J. McCutcheon, L. Pauley
N. Harfield, R. Humphreys, M. Ross
C. Michael, B. Miller. Third row: K
Cavender, B. Parsons, J. Edelman, D.
Hundley, C. Donovan, F. Lovell, R
Farley, D. Gatewood, B. Caldwell
Fourth row: D. Tucker, R. Chandler,
W. Young, L. Grayson, D, Long, R
Staab, J. Hundley, D. Perrow, J
First row: F. Withrow, R. Mitchell, D
Young, L. Mullins, B, Jones, J. Santee
R. Rose, J. Gross. Second row: H
Mason, W. McCoy, M. Parsons, B
Raines, S. Stewart, B. Rhodes, M. Van-
dergritf, B. Slider, C. Mullins, J. Kiser
Third row: J. Hines, T, Heiges, L. Sig-
mon, T. Boylen, F. Duffield, B. Edens
G. Goff, C. Slater.
First row: P. Smith, M. McDonald, M.
Darlington, J. Mullins, N. Ocheltree,
P. Hess, A. Bew, E. Hendrickson, D.
Park, L. Bedell. Second row: B, Elliott,
M. Chandler, B. Moales, M, Vannoy,
P. Price, L. Matheney, P. Kessel, B.
Mahmoud, J. McCoy, D. Edens. Third
row: T. Rainforth, J. Smith, P. Jones,
R. Downs, D. Stalder, E. Bragg, F.
Bond, P. Ballard, J. Ray, R. Layden,
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Girls' Glee Club. First row: N. Jack, J. Starcher, S. Hearn, M. DePue, E. Leach, D. Fisher, F. Simon, J. Taylor, M. Elkins, J. Lynn.
Second row: P. Watts, C. Campbell, L. Mullens, B. Thabet, S. Anderson, M. Smith, B. Shamblin, J. Cummings, J. Hayes, P. Hess, P.
Smith. Third row: J. Hatcher, E. Hendrickson, B. McCutcheon, J. Butler, S. Janney, P. Welcher, J. Vance, G. Keffer, D. Douglas
P. Sears, J. Dyke, D. Hickman. Fourth row: B. Smith, M. Timmons, L. Henson, L. Tyler, D. Haynes, N. Jividen, C. Casto, M,
Gillispie, R. McGinnis, B. Fowler. Fifth row: J. Jordan, M. Knapp, P. Legg, D. Park, C. Miller, P. Pendleton, B. Cavender, C. Law-
rence, L. Matheney, H. Bridges, J. Kiser, A. Butler, J. Kuhn.
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"Ready, let's sing," is a familiar call to the
members of the Glee Clubs of Stonewall. These
organizations, under the direction of Miss
Eleanor Thomasson, participate in many school,
city, and state activities. To bring musical
enjoyment to the school and public is the pur-
pose of this energetic group. Students must
possess abilities for teamwork, as well as talent
to make the Glee Clubs a success.
The boys' and girls' choruses, containing
twenty-seven and sixty members, respectively,
take part in operettas, spring concerts, bacca-
laureate service, and all-state and county cho-
ral festivals. They also present special assem-
blies and furnish music for various clubs and
This fall the boys' and girls' choruses gave
an operetta, "Pirates of Penzance," and a
spring concert with many interesting songs,
accompanied by the orchestra, under the di-
rection of Edgar Loar.
Mixed Chorus. First row: J. Starcher, S. Hearn, N. Jack, J. Lynn, B. Smith, J. Pryce, J. Burdette, E. Stumbo, O. Wilkinson, D. Fisher,
F. Simon. Second row: M. Timmons, J. Hayes, L. Tyler, J. Cummings, M. Smith, E. Roush, W. Kirk, B. Weaver, J. Burford, J. Easley,
G. Keffer, D. Douglas, J. Dyke, J. Vance. Third row: C. Lawrence, P. Sears, B. Shamblen, N. Huddle, O. Dearman, E. Slater, M. Lewis,
T. Ellison, J. Holstein, R. Kushner, J. Kiser, H. Bridges, B. Thabet. Fourth row: J. Hatcher, N. Skidmore, D. Freeland, A. Harrah, J.
Wermescher, M. Hager, B. Bond, B. Johnson, J. Kiser, D. Haynes, C. Casto. Fifth row: J. Butler, J. Taylor, M. Elkins, S. Fleshman,
R. Songer, E. Amory, G. Angle, B. Hardman, S. Anderson, M. DePue, E. Leach.
Boys' Glee Club. First row: J. Holstein G. Angle, S. Fleshman, R. Songer, M. Lewis, O. Dearman, E. Amory, B. Weaver, B. Hardman,
Second row: O. Wilkinson, J. Pryce, E. Stumbo, E. Roush, E. Slater, T. Ellison, J. Burford, J. Easley, J. Burdette. Third row: N
Skidmore, D. Freeland, A. Harrah, W. Kirk, M. Hager, J. Wermescher, B. Johnson, B. Kushner, B. Bond.
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Latin Club. First picture, first row: B. Carney, M. Kincaid, K. Harrison, N. Coffin, C. Fore, P. Lanham, M. Summers, B. Wall, J
Parkins, L. Perrow. Second row: F. Alderson, P. Carter, L. Chambers, N. Strickler, E. Strock, D. Warner, C. Caperton, J. Stealey
E. Vandergriff, P. Dodd. Third row: J. Meador, V. Ware, N. White, P. Heavener, V. Hanna, S. Waggy, F. Taylor, S. Leonard, C
Brenneman, P. Hendrickson. Fourth row: R. Chandler, A. Griffiths, H. Williamson, F. Tornoe, D. Griffith, B. Johnson, J. Patton
B. Valdwell, P. Smith, P. Hess.
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if Under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Bush, the Latin Club has
become one of the largest and
most popular language organi-
- zations in Stonewall. Talks and
plays are often given at the
meetings which are held on the
third Wednesday of each
The ambition of the French
club is to have a better under-
standing of the French people
and their background. The ac-
complishments of this year
have been many and varied. A
constitution in French was
drawn up, new members were
initiated at a weiner roast, and
a play in French was presented
La Tertulia is sponsored by
Mrs. Costillos. The programs
include guest speakers. There
are about sixty-five members.
At Christmas a pinata filled
with sweets is hung from the
ceiling. When it has been
broken by a long stick, every-
French Club. First row: D. Carrico, M. Mclntosh, M. Allison, J. Hayes, T. Ashmore. Second body tries to get the Candy. All
row: B. Hardman, R. Forbes, H. Melton, F. Simon, S. Hearn. Third row: J. Sergeant, R. Myers, members enjoy the Club and
J. Litton, J. Pell, O. Coonrod, J. Butcher, B, Craig, N. Rankin, R, Sauvageot. have made if one of Stonewallfs
most active groups.
Latin Club. Second picture, first row: C. Campbell, R. Cashdan, L. Hall, E. Wehrle, N. Gillen, J. Nelson, H. Dunn, L. Rollins, S
Phillips, A. Woodrum. Second row: H. Milton, A. Heizer, R. Walter, J. Rhodes, G. Beddow, C. Comerford, J. Walker, J. Fischer
P. Kessel, M. Mclntosh, M. Glass. Third row: P. Sears, S. Anderson, L. Cline, P. Walters, A. Marshall, P. Bew, J .WiIliams, J
McCutcheon, J. Cox, M. Legg, E. Shelton, B. Short. Fourth row: N. Freed, J. Wassau, B. Smart, R, Bunting, J. Davis, J. Hamilton
R. Tesch, H. Hambrick, J. Campbell.
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Spanish Club. First row: B. Goodwin, J. McGowan, R. Walter, J. Carson, N. Finn, A. Marshall, G. Bail. Second row: C. Waybright
L. Tyler, W. Robertson, P. Macormac, R. Rootes, N. Gillen, H. Dunn, J. Fischer, B. Thabet. Third row: E. Wehrle, E. Schroeder
J. Krantz, J. Cooke, R. Baker, R. Marion, N. Huddle.
Quill and Scroll. First row: P. Bew, C. McCarney, J. McGovran, R. Sauvageot, A. Marshall. Second row: D. Harris, W. Robertson,
P. Dodd, J. Fischer, M. Short, H. Dunn, N. Finn. Third row: R. Tesch, H. Hambrick Il, R. Rootes, U. Davis, G. Park, C. Smith.
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National Honor Society. First row: P. Sears, E. Pruett, W. Robertson, A. Marshall, J, McGovran, B. Griffith, P. Dodd. Second row:
M. Akers, D. Denison, H. Harnbrick II, D. Ford, C. McCamey, E. Wehrle. Third row: N. Huddle, R. Tesch, J. Davis, J. Hamilton,
R. Bunting, R. Rootes.
Student Council. First row: N. Freed, C. Campbell, H. Hambrick, D. Pierson, C. McCamey, F. Young, B. Wall. Second row: R.
Thacker, D. Griffith, B. Parsons, J. Lawhorn, D. Dugger, B. Johnson, W. Duff, B. Yeager, D. Frame, G. Beddow.
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Executive Council. First row: R. Stonestreet, R. Thacker, B. Wall, A. Marshall, R.
Rootes, C. McCamey, E. Pruett, B. Cummings, P, Sears. Second row: D. Griffith, N.
Drummond, B. Thabet, N. Jack, R. Sauvageot, J. Starcher, C. Campbell, H. Hambrick
ll, D. Pierson, D. Frame. Third row: D. Denison, J. Lawhorn, O. Spencer, W. Duff.
D. Dugger, B. Yeager, J. Butcher, B. Parsons.
Quill and Scroll is awarded to students who
do outstanding work in the field of journalism.
This organization is an international honor so-
ciety for high school journalists. The Quill and
Scroll of Stonewall Jackson High School is
under the wise leadership ot Miss Mary Ken-
nedy and Mr. Stuart P. Armstrong.
To be a member of the National Honor So-
ciety is the greatest reward a high school
student can hope to obtain. Members of this
society are chosen on the basis of character,
service, leadership, and scholarship. The mem-
bers are initiated in impressive candle-light
ceremonies which are held each semester.
Membership in the Student Council consists
of school and class officers. Besides aiding in
the administration of the school, the council
also sponsors the paper store, plans and spon-
sors the assemblies, and takes charge of the
lost and found. The organization is foremost
in promoting student activities.
The Executive Council is made up of rep-
resentatives from all organizations and the
officers of the school. This group works to-
gether to service the school and to guide all
activities. This year, the Council chose nomi-
nees for the Student of the Month.
Troupers. First row: B. Carney, C. Comerford, N. Huddle, P. Hager, F. Alderson, S. Wilson, C. Kushner, R. Forbes, H. Rankin, J.
Stealey, J. King, J. Carson. Second row: T. Ashmore, E. Strock, B. Kelly, J. Williams, B. Waugh, J. Fischer, H. Dunn, E. Shelton,
M. Kincaid, L. Rollins, S. Phillips, J. Taylor. Third row: P. Lanham, J. Lynn, L. Fox, R. Thacker, M. Short, M. MacDonald, K. Har-
rison, P. Way, N. Freed, L. Cline, J. Rhodes, R. Cashdan, J. Parkins, E. Wehrle, J. Gregory. Fourth row: S. Winemiller, D. Long,
lvl. MacDonald, N. Perdue, S. Pinson, P. Macormac, P. Bew, W. Robertson, A. Marshall, R. Rootes, C. McCamey, G. Beddow, D.
Denison, D. Pierson, N. Drummond. Fifth row: D. Kerns, D. Waterstone, B. Smart, N- Stoops, J. Davis, E. Rice, B. Johnson, R.
Bunting, D. Ford, J. Pell, H. Hambrick ll, C. Winn, J. Pryce.
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The Troupers and Thespians opened
the season with the Junior Class Play,
"Cheaper by the Dozen," Troupers'
performance of "The Bishop's Mantle"
and the Senior Class production ended
the year. The club offers experiences
in all phases of play production.
Although noted for its Thanksgiving
and Easter assemblies, the Hi-Y Club
has other activities such as selling re-
freshments at the school dances. Act-
ing as president this year is Alan Ham-
ln the Varsity Club, each member
has won a letter in at least one sport
here at Stonewall Jackson. Thus he is
an outstanding boy in either track,
baseball, basketball, or football. Bob
Parsons, a senior, is the president for
Thespians. First row: J. Taylor, W. Robertson, C. McCamey, R. Rootes. Second row: C. l-lively,
R. Bunting, H. Rankin, N. Drummond, D. Denison. this year'
Hi-Y. First row: A. Hamrick, N. Drummond, D. Denison, C. Griffith, J. Withrow, G. Cyrus, D. Pierson, K. Shaw. Second row: B
Sutler, J, Hamilton, J. Seward, C. Warner, D. Wells, B. Jordan, P. Reed, J. Coulter, C. Winn. Third row: J, Madison, R, Tesch,
J. Davis, D, Dugger, T. Summers, R. Bunting, J. Pryce, O. Burgher.
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Varsity Club. First row: J. Hamilton, R. Tesch, B. Parsons, Coach Parsons, D. Dugger, F. Kelley, J. Jarrett. Second row: F, McGlothIin
H. Fitzsimmon, J. Lawhorn, G. Henkel, S. Coates, W. Turley, C. Miller. Third row: M. Arose, D. Maddox, T. Summers, J. Bollinger
J, Pritt, D. Frame.
Y-Teens. First picture, first row: P. Priestley, J. Patterson, J. Perry, B. Pauley, F. Shamblin, P, Radford, S. Bowden, E. Leach, J.
Burford, J. Butler. Second row: B. Brady, C. Hively, M, Darlington, H. Dixon, A. Burford, B. Edwards, J. Isaac, M. Jackson, A.
Walker, P. Cassis, Third row: R. Wehrle, S. McClain, J. Vealey, P, Haynes, E. Bailey, N, Jenkins, C. Boling, A, Cottrill, C, Casto,
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Y-Teens. Second picture, first row: C. Clendenin, J. Mullins, E. Hendrickson, J. Jordan, D. Hickman, H. Montgomery, J. Patterson,
J. Patterson, J. Cox, M. Glass. Second row: L. Bedell, N. Ocheltree, A. Bew, D. Holliday, D. Moffatt, B. McCutcheon, M. Cunningham,
B, Johnson, N. Jividen, G. Painter, F. Young. Third row: R. Humphreys, P. Price, E. Spradling, P. Jones, D. Rhodes, B. Hill, L.
Henson, C. Henry, D. Warner, P, Haynes, R. Layne.
Stitch and Stir. First row: C. Green, D. Bryant, N. Jenkins, Bailey, P. Jones, D. Moffatt, E. Hoffman, B. Hill. Second row: E.
Pruett, J. Starcher, P. Jividen, N. Jack, M. Jenkins, K. Shaw, M. Allison, D. Holliday, L. Tyler. Third row: C. Pendell, M. Jackson
S. Poling, C. Shaver, C, Henry, J. Patterson, C. Hively, E. Leach, R. Sauvageot, M, Sergent, J. Nelson. Fourth row: J. Harrison, E.
Spradling, J. Fischer, J. King, M. Clendenin, A. Walker, B. McGinnis, B. Jones, E. Barnes, P. Beaver.
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To develop Christian character is the purpose of the
Y-Teens. This group of girls has participated in many
activities such as sending Christmas-gifts to the children
of the Davis Child Shelter and sending chocolates to
Europe. They also presented the student body with a
religious assembly during World Prayer Week. Stone-
wall Booster tags and bake sales were sponsored to raise
money for sending delegates to Jackson's Mill.
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Equally important is the Stitch and Stir. This group
has served at many events such as the West Virginia
Education Association meeting. Last summer at the
State Fair, the Stitch and Stir won first prize for the
foods they had canned. Emily Pruett, the club president,
attended a three-day conference of the Future Home-
makers of America.
Library Assistants. First row: R. Stonestreet, B. Shamblin, J. Butler, D. Ingram, C. Casto, P. Cassis, E. Vandergriff, J. Ranson, D.
Moffatt, M. Botkins, C. Barker. Second row: M. Glass, M. Clendenin, R. Layne, M. Jenkins, lvl. Kincaid, S. Monroe, H. Moore, B.
Smith, C. Green, S. St. Clair.
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Books, books, and more books? Wouldn't we be in a
fix, if we went to look for a book and had to look on
every shelf in the library? We would, if it were not for
our card files and library assistants. Their duties consist
of filing, shelving, and checking out books. They work
under the direction of Miss Susanna Rose, our librarian,
who finds them very efficient.
Some of the most useful and dependable girls in Stone-
wall Jackson are the office assistants. They do various
jobs to help Mrs. Auer, Miss Atkinson, and Mr. Stead-
man. Office assistants must have some of the following
qualities: honesty, accuracy, and courtesy. They also
help Mr. Steadman and Miss Atkinson with scheduling.
Junior Red Cross is sponsored by Mr. Ora! Burdette.
This organization consists of a representative from each
home room. Each year the Junior Red Cross sponsors
our Red Cross drive and sends boxes overseas to needy
families. They meet once a month.
Most of the people of the Kanawha Valley give recog-
nition to Stonewall Jackson for the intense enthusiasm
in backing its school. teams. But few realize that the
cheerleaders are the inspiring spirit behind all this school
interest. These girls should be especially commended
for their loyalty and good work.
Cheerleaders: Billie Carol Griffith, Barbara Goodwin, Ann Heizer, Lynn Marshall, and Gerry Bail.
Office Assistants. First row: P. Covert, J. Patterson, F, Shamblin, J. Perry, L Harktns, J, Patterson, S, Farley, C, Stmpson, J Carson-
Second row: J. O'Dell, R. Wilson, J. Burford, J. Rhodes, N. Gillen, J. Gibson, M. Jackson, l-l. Lilly, L. Fox. Third row: K. Shaw,
C. Caperton, E. Pruett, B. Horton, M. Short, P. Boggess, M. Bossie, C. Waybrlght, C. Knrshncr
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Jr. Red Cross. First row: M. Clendenen, D. Kung, J. Kessler, V. Marion, W. Robertson, C Muller, P Prlestley, B. Coulter Second
row: R. Williams, B. Thabet, G. Edens, M. Knapp, B. Kelly, J. Kung, C. Kerslwner, S. Wlncmlllcr Third row: M. Jackson, S Pinson,
E. Bailey, N. Perdue, R. Jordan, G. Coleman, J. Dorsey, C. Henry.
F. B. L. A. First picture, first row: L. Fox, B. Breeden, C. Simpson, J. Burford, J. Spradling, J. O'Dell, S. Wilson. Second row: M.
Short, J. Hill, J. Lynn, B. Smith, C. Casto, M. Derrick, D. Long, J. Butler, S. Blankenship. Third row: D. Holliday, H. Hoover, C.
Raines, B. Hill, G. Coleman, J. Dorsey, P. Boggess, D. Fisher, P. Goff, R. Wehrle. Fourth row: E. Leach, P. Patterson, O. Carpenter,
R. Hickman, D. Beaver, G. Smith, B. Reese, D. Frame, R. Stonestreet.
cience an . . . .M I9
Science Club. First row: S. Haynes, J. Krantz, J. Gregory, B. Smart, D. Blankinship, N. Drummond, C. Arnett. Second row: E.
Huddle, G. Sears, E. Roush, N. Strickler, A. Heizer, J. Stealey, L. Perrow, M. Knapp, S. Hamilton, R. Cashdan. Third row: P. Sears,
B. Thabet, R. Sauvageot, B. Kushner, J. Gates, D. Ford, C. Beddow, H. Hambrick ll, R. Rootes, G. Smith, J. Hamilton, L. Hall, C.
McCamey, E. Schroeder, J. Fischer.
F. B. L. A. Second picture, first row: E. Adams, B. Hundley, M. Stevens, G. Randolph, A. Hartley, T. Ervin, B. Whited, R. Reed, B.
Bane. Second row: S. Farley, B. Huffman, J. King, J. Clendenin, E. Spradling, L. Tyler, C. Waybright, B. Randolph, B. Eary. Third
row: V. Casdorph, E. Hoffman, D. Moffatt, M. Jackson, A. Haynes, A. Walker, B. Slater, S. Monroe, A. Shafer, D. Underwood.
Fourth row: V. Porterfield, E. Skeen, D. lngram, F. Shamblin, H. Lilly, B. Pawley, P. Covert, J. Carson, N. Atkins, P. Priestley.
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To develop competent, aggressive leaders
of business is the purpose of the Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America. Sponsored by Mrs. . l
Meadows, this group of seventy-five members 5
has been very active this year. Besides the 3
many interesting meetings consisting of par- i
ties and guest speakers, this organization also
sponsored a "Miss Secretary" contest and a
To educate students who are interested in
scientific matters is the main purpose of the
Stonewall Chapter of the West Virginia Junior
Academy of Science. This active club, under
the direction of its officers, Rochelle Cashdan,
Herman Hambrick, Carolyn Beddow, and Miss
Virginia Karnes, faculty advisor, hold regular
meetings at which interesting demonstrations
are given. The Esso Bulk Plant was the scene
of a tour in which many interesting phases of i
this industry were explained and demonstrated.
G. A. A. First picture, first row: R. Cashdan, P. Jividen, H. Rankin, B. Vaughan, N. Lemmon, N. Atkins, E, Pruett, C. Comerford,
E. Quick, D. Carrico, A. Heizer, L. Casebolt, B. Cummings. Second row: B. Griffith, A. Marshall, R. Rootes, R. Tucker, P. Taylor,
J. Walker, Miss Drasnin, B. Johnson, P. Walters, B. Shamblen, M. Taylor, B. Coulter. Third row: L. Cline, G. Pitchford, J. Fischer,
W, Jones, R. Sauvageot, B. Jarrett, E. Strock, P. Cassis, S. Monroe, I. Bailey, D. Tate, N. Coffin, B. Miller. Fourth row: G. Painter,
M, Vandergriff, F. Young, B. Breeden, C. Fore, H. Larch, S. Stewart, E. Jordan, J. McCutcheon, B. Wall, J. Cox, J. Patterson, D.
Simms, M. Summers.
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Gym Leaders. First row: C. Green, R. Wehrle, P. Jividen, N. Lemmon, A. Shaper, M. Mclntoch, P. Hoover. Second row: N. Walls,
M. Williamson, I. Bailey, H. Rankin. Third row: J. Sanders, J. Isaac, E. Quick, l. Sanders, G. Bivans, H. Moore.
G. A. A. Second picture, first row: V. Porterfield, B. Slater, R. Layne, Nl. Kincaid, N. Rankin, J. Parkins, P. Hager. Second row: B.
Goodwin, K. Shaw, R. Thacker, J. Patterson, D. Khuri, G. Bail, E. Shelton, B. Kelley, C. Kershner, P. Covert, S. McClain, M. Short. Third
row: M, Salamis, M. Hall, F. Wilson, D. Polston, P. Radford, N. Walls, G. Bivans, P. Carter, E. Haynes, H. Moore, C. Gordon, P.
Priestley, M. Allison. Fourth row: R. Wilson, D. lngram, F. Shamblin, L. O'Dell, N. Freed, D. Long, N. Jackson, A. Woodrurn. P.
Landers, M. Legg, B. Bupp, S. Bowden, J. Sigmon, R. Remick.
gui!! wiffa an QQ fo fda jwfure
Actively successful describes the G.A.A.
whose objective is to encourage and promote
better attitudes and ideals of sportsmanship.
This group under the direction of Miss Dras-
nin, participate in both intramural sports and
outside sports. Some of the most successful
dances of the school year, sponsored by the
G.A.A. are the square dances given on such
occasions as Thanksgiving and Christmas.
To encourage students to enter the teaching
profession is the purpose of the Future Teach-
ers of America club. Under thesponsorship
of Miss Susanna Rose, this organization offers
many varied programs including discussions
of the advantages of teaching and the qualifi-
cations of a good teacher. The highlight of
the year was a speech by Mr. Thomas R. Hor-
nor on "Teaching and lts Good and Bad
Points." Officers of the club are president,
Jacquita Starcher, vice president, Richard Ma-
rion, secretary-treasurer, Ruth Stonestreet.
"Fall in," is the familiar cry echoing through
the gymnasium. lt is the gym leaders assem-
bling the class for roll call. These leaders con-
duct physical education classes under the su-
pervision of Miss Drasnin. Their duties include
attending to equipment and keeping the gym-
nasium clean. This efficient corps makes it
possible for the physical education classes to
be well organized and the year's training pro-
F. T. A. First row: J. Starcher, R. Marion, R. Stonestreet, J. Ranson, M. Botkins, C.
Barker, V. Young. Second row: C. Kershner, J. Walker, J. Campbell, C. Bowles, D.
Fisher, S. Blankenship, E. McLane. Third row: M. Glass, C. Waybright, L. Tyler, J.
Massau, M, Chandler, R. Humphreys.
Band. Left side, first row: B. Ashmore, J. Pell. Second row: P. Sampson, O. Wilkinson, I. Belcher, J. Totten. Third row: C. Bean, S. Moss
J. Mullins, M. Reed, B. Plott, C. Gregory. Fourth row: B. Garrett, R. Layden, R. Conner, C. Slater, C. Brenneman, C. Clendenin. Fifth row
B. Huffman, P. Hendrickson, T. Judy, J. Rucker, P. Ankrom. Sixth row: E. Loar-Director, B. Hardman, J. Johnson, C. Quick, A. McCamey
G. Thompson, B. Weaver, C. Simpson, L. Alexander, R. Ross. Middle, first row: J. Gregory, E. Roush, D. Stanlev. Second row: M. Hager, D
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Orchestra. First row: J. Gregory, F. Alderson, C. Caperton. Second row: L. Perrow, L. Chambers, C. Bowles, D. Cole, L. Hall, C.
Waybright. Third row: J. Ransom, B. Short, L. Tyler, B. Campbell, D. Fizer, P. Sampson, J. Totten, J. Pell. Fourth row: B. Plott, C.
Gregory, R. Cook, D. Ford, C. Arnett. Fifth row: T. Ashmore, S. Moss, J. Hayes, L. Alexander, G. Thompson, J. Litton, A.
McCamey, Mr. Loar.
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An organization of which Stonewall can cer-
tainly be proud is the Jackson Journal. This
school paper, published bi-monthly, is one of
the most outstanding high school papers in
the United States.
Year after year, under the capable direction
of Mr. Stuart P. Armstrong, the Jackson Jour-
nal has won many honors. Among the honors
won are Pacemaker, National Scholastic All-
American, Columbia Scholastic Press Associa-
tion, Quill and Scroll, International Honor,
George H. Gallup Honor Award, Southern ln-
terscholastic Press Association Honor Award,
All-Columbian Literary Honors, and All-Co-
Iumbian Advertising Honors.
Besides putting out such wonderful issues
of our school papers, the Journal homeroom
sponsors many other popular features, as the
Jackson Jollities, presented each fall and spring
and the piano concert, occurring in April.
The outstanding achievement of the Journal
this year was the special Christmas edition
which was vastly different from any Journal
ever published in Stonewall. lt was published
in magazine form, the cover design having
been selected by a contest. Its I76 pages were
filled with a great variety of school news and
pictures of past, present, and future events
Editors , .
News Editors . .
Editorial Page Editors
Sports Editor .
Business Manager .
Art Editor , , .
Libbie Cline, Helen Dunn
Adaline Marshall, Jack Massau
Sue Ann Hamilton
Joretta Hill, Jo Ann Soradling
Lillian Tyler, Arbutus Walker
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Caroline George Beddow, Patty Bew, Connie Campbell, Cynthia
Comerford, Nancy Finn, Nancy Freed, Doris Harris, Pat Macor-
mac, Jean Parkins, Jo Ellen Rhodes, Wilma Robertson, Patricia
Sears, Mildred Short.
Roy Bunting, James Davis, Wirt Duff, Sam Fleshman, Dale
Freeland, Jay Hamilton, Edw:n Huddle, Jack Lawhorn, Richard
Marion, Dean Parkins, Bill Reese, Gilbert Sears, Burt Smart,
Adviser: Stuart P, Armstrong.
HERMAN HAMBRICK, II
Ads, left to right: P. Carter, R, Baker, G. Parks, B. Smith, E. Haynes.
Under the capable direction of our editor,
Herman Harnbrick ll, the l95l Jacksonian
staff have striven to present a pictorial record
of the year based on the theme, Kanawha Val-
ley. ln publishing this year's annual, the staff
have endeavored to reflect the growth and
development of our own Kanawha Valley.
With a capable and hard-working staff
handling the soliciting, planning, laying out,
and writing of copy for the ads, the advertising
and subscription staffs have accomplished the
enormous task of financing the book. Manag-
ing the business was the full-time job of Peggy
Dodd and Phyllis Carter.
JODIE FISCHER EILEEN wel-mi.:
Typists, left to right: N. Gillen, P. Hager, P. Goff, D. Pierson.
Athletics, left to right: E. Schroeder, C. Smith, D. Rabel, R. Yeager.
Helping in the production of the annual,
the literary staff worked on write-ups and
captions under Assistant Editors Jodie Fischer,
Eileen Wehrle, and Eleanor Shelton.
The Art Department, under Donna Long,
handled their important assignment with great
skill. They contributed cartoons and sketches
to make the book attractive and to carry out
the general theme. The unique end pages were
done by Mike Griffith.
Of course an annual cannot be published
without pictures, and a great deal of credit
goes to our deserving student photographers,
John McDavid and Mary Lou Summers, for
their excellent work and ready cooperation.
Assistants, left to right: P. Radford, B. Carney, V. Porterfield, J. Nelson
Classes, left to right: B. Griffith, K. Shaw, D. Williams, R. Walter.
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Art, left to right: N. Jackson, B. Cummings, E. Rice, M. Griffith.
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and fun-loving disposition are
characteristics of Doris Hutton,
popular member of the senior
class and one of Stonewall's
Jean Burford: Jean, with dark
hair, pretty eyes and a gentle
disposition, is one of the best
liked and most active girls in
StonewaIl's senior class.
Ann Heizer: Vivacious Ann
Heizer, one of Stonewall's
cheerleaders, has won many
friends in school because of
her cheery smile and willing-
ness to help others.
Nancy Huddlez "With a song
in her heart"'could well de-
scribe charming blonde Nancy
Huddle, who will be long re--
membered for her lovely sing-
ing and as a majorette.
Dora Thompson: Another
blonde Dora could be described
as sweet and lovely." Dora
is best known as the pretty and
capable singer for the Stone-
wall dance band.
Jean Wood: Pretty Jean Wood,
who has blonde hair and blue
eyes, is another of Stonewall's
majorettes and is a well-liked,
popular member of her class.
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Upper left: Pat and Carolyn make wishes as
Jim and Norman watch. Center: Eleanor and
Herman, Roy and Lynn while dancing at the
Prom. Lower left: Refreshments and favors
are given out by the girls. Upper right: Ann
Heizer and Richard Tesch enjoying the Prom.
Lower right: Patty Bew and Dick Pierson seem
to enjoy the limelight for a moment.
The fall edition of the ever-popular
Jackson Jollities was presented this
year on October l8. Two performances
were given, one in the morning for
students and an evening program for
adults. As usual the Jollities were a
smash hit! There was an unusually
large array of talent, presented in a
very entertaining way.
Each fall and spring the Jackson
Journal sponsors the Jackson Jollities.
This provides a chance for some stu-
dents to use their talents and others
to enjoy watching them.
Upper left: The Ene Sisters, as they
wail, "You Can't Get a Man with a
Gun." Upper right: Lovely Nancy Hud-
dle singing "l've Told Every Little
Star." Lower left: Phyllis Hager looks
guilty as the naive younger sister in
her monologue. Lower right: The Clar-
inet Quartette look as it they're really
concentrating on their act.
NCAQGZIOQI' fA8 202814, H
MEMBERS OF THE CAST
Mr. Gilbreth, Dad . . Edwin Huddle
Mrs. Gilbreth, Mother
Ernestine . . Nancy Don Freed
Frank . .
Jackie . .
Anne , . . Cary Caperton
Lillian . . . Juanita O'Dell
Martha ..... Rochelle Cashdan
Mrs, Fitzgerald, the housekeeper-
Dr, Burton, the family doctor-
Joe Scales, a cheerleader . Ottis Burgher
Miss Brill, a teacher . Dorothy Carrico
Larry, someone special . Bob Johnson
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in each other to notice Bill's dis-
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Upper left: Hastings looks per-
turbed, but Lex and Hilary look
delighted. Lower left: Hettie,
Dick, Samantha, Mr. Alvord,
and Mrs. Reed, looking at the
much discussed canary.
February 23 was the date of the Troupers' play,
"The Bishop's MantIe," given in StonewaIl's auditorium
under the direction of Mr. Ralph B. Currey. lt was
Mr. Currey's first production in Stonewall and cer-
tainly proved him to be a capable director. His direc-
tion, combined with an excellent cast, produced a fine
MEMBERS OF THE CAST
Hilary Laurens . . . Roy Bunting
Dick Laurens . . . . Frank Taylor
Hastings . . . Don Denison
J. V. Dunn . . . Ed Huddle
Mr. Alvord ..... . . Dick Pierson
Alexa l"Lex"l McColly . . Jean Waybright
Miss Mowbray . . Caroline George Beddow
Mrs. Warner Reed . . . . Dot Carrico
Samantha Adams . . . Carolyn McCamey
Maudie Dunn ,..... Jo Ann Taylor
Miss Hettie Breckenridge . Barbara Carney
Mary Perkins McComb . . . Lynn Marshall
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Upper: "Mom" Dugger, Mrs.
Stonewall Jackson, speaking on
assembly. Lower: Patty Hen-
drickson carried triumphantly
by a group of band boys.
Upper: A student choral group
giving "Go Forth and Teach"
for assembly. Lower: Miss Ka-
nawha Majorette, Pat Hen-
drickson, and the two runners-
up smile at the judges.
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Edgar Loaf, DOSGS affef an 5'559mb'Y- UPPCV "i9hf3 FVGWCIW majors look very pleased. Lower right: Mr. George "Red"
Cll-lb m9mbefS Shown dUfinQ 3 SP9Cia' a55embIY TCO" 5fUde"1fS' Bird with Mr, Loar helps band members with their routines,
Upper left: At the Cl-lS assembly Ross Culpepper seems Lower right: Another uke trio, Bob, Dick and Carl, look
unhappy about those "Mountain Kitties." Upper right: happier than the girls. Lower center: Richard Tesch, mod-
Eleanor Shelton, Helen Dunn, and Libbie Cline with ukes. erator, officiates at a Junior Town Meeting.
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First row: J. Sothen, D. Harrah, B. Holliday, C. Marion, B. Jarrett, B. Coiner, B. Welcher, J. Fox, B. Barber, R. Ward, B. Birch and
Manager Keith Young. Second row: Manager D. Waugh, B. Nieman, B. Schneider, R. Jones, J. Hamilton, F. Shaffer, D. Maddox,
D. Dugger, C. Lieble, D. Vannoy, F. McGlothin, J. Harper, J. VanHoose and Manager Jack Lawhorn. Third row: W. Beauvais, W.
Reber, J. McDavid, B. Kushner, J. Upton, J. Pritt, J. Love, B. Hanna, R. Stover, E. Johnson, J. Hypes, F. Young, F. Craze and
Coach Russ Parsons.
The Generals turned in a
very outstanding record for the
l950 track season, winning six
and dropping one. Our lone
defeat came at the hands of
Marietta at the Huntington Re-
lays. We wound up our season
by winning the state track meet
the third successive time. Our
squad piled up an impressive
fifty-four points while the near-
est contender, Huntington
Central, had only thirty-five
and one-half. Jarrett took high
point honors placing first in
l80 yard low hurdles, l20 yard
high hurdles, broad jump, anci
he also helped the points in the
shuttle hurdle relay, in which
we placed second. Also scoring
high were Dick Harrah and
Dean Dugger, who between
West Virginia State Track Meet
them earned thirteen and one-
half points. They took the fol-
lowing: 440 yard dash, fourth
place, discus, first place, broad
jump, third place.
Our mainstays in the pole
vault were Reuben Ward and
Frank Shaffer. Flash Harper,
our leading dash man, also
turned in a very successful sea--
son. Our mile relay team, the
best in the state, consisted of
Jerry Fox, Jay Hamilton, Bob
"Lips" Coiner, and Dick Har-
rah. Although they did not
win first place in the state
meet, our shuttle-hurdle relay
team, consisting of Bob Holli-
day, Jack Sothen, Dick Harrah,
and Bill Jarrett, placed second.
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First row: Jim Cavender, "Red" Holmes, "Poochie" Gardner, Amy Wines, Bill Lance, Dick Bradley, Don Miller. Second row: Wendell Turley, Eugene
Klamer, Paul Pickering, Bob Parsons, "Kissy" Henkle, Richard Tesch, Teddy Boggess. Third row: Coach Hutson, Bob Selby, John Hamrick, Bryan
Smithers, Jack Doyle, David Frame, Carl Miller, Sammy Coates.
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With spectacular fielding and hard
hitting, S. J.'s baseball team turned in
the best record yet. Under the leader-
ship of Clyde "Pud" Hutson, S. J. got
off on the right toot with five straight
wins. The able pitching of Bob Parsons
made Catholic and Nitro the first two
of the tive. Turley and Boggess teamed
up to win over Huntington East. Tesch's
timely singles plus the pitching of Par-
sons and Turley completed the five
Midway through the season Coach
Hutson discovered the pitching ability
of Jack Doyle, Doyle went on to turn
in an outstanding record of five wins
and one loss. As S. J. started the season
with a five game winning streak, it
ended with the same. Stonewall closed
a very successful season by defeating
Nitro, Sissonville, East Bank, Charles-
ton, South Charleston, only to lose to
Madison 3-2 in the state tournament.
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Huntington East 4
St. Albans 9
St. Albans 5
Huntington East 5
Huntington Central 4
East Bank l3
East Bank 7
South Charleston 5
Doyle, Turley, Parsons and Boggess are the mainstay of David Frame's hustle keeps S. J.'s hurlers in form
S. J.'s ace pitching staff.
"Uncle Pud" calls a conference on the mound to discuss the KVC chances.
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First row: M. Arose, J. Harper, D. Dugger, H. Fitzsimmons, R. Stover, C. Lieble, E, Johnson, D. Maddox, J. Lawhorn, B. Jarrett. Second vow: G. Reed,
J. Hartman, F. Kelley, E. Ashworth, W. Reber, H. Summers, F. Craze, T. Summers, R. Jones, J. Upton, J. Hamilton. Third row: J. McDavid, B. Downs
J. Hypes, J. Pritt, T. Boylen, D. Adkins, R. Staab, J. Young, C. Evens, R. Blizzard, D. Griffith, B. Fulkner. Fourth row: Coach Parsons, B. Parsons
C. Warner, R. Summerfield, J. Neidermyer, F. Ballard, B. Caldwell, J. Witt, B. Jarrett, D. Bailey, J. Smith, B. Boschian, Coach Giannakis. Fifth row
Coach Hutson, P. Fitzell, T. Jackson, D. Tesch, D. Sherrel, C. Brick, J. Powell, G. Klamer, G. Sears, S. Chilton.
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Despite a month suspension
handed down to us by the West
Virginia Athletic Association,
the S. J. Generals turned in a
successful season. The suspen-
sion seemed unjust to the ma-
jority of the people in this sec-
tion since several other schools
suffered as a result. Our sea-
son record was five wins and
two losses. Also, we did not
play Weirton, which was a re-
scheduled game, due to the
weather. The younger mem-
bers of our squad did surpris-
ingly well as they made up
most of our team. Donnie Grif-
fith, lke Hartman, Parky Reed
and several other sophomores
played "heads up" ball all sea-
son. We were also well stocked
with juniors in the persons of
Boyce Jarrett, Eddie Johnson,
Roger Stover, Lefty Pritt and
other potential stars. Senior
Bob Parsons, who was all-state,
was a defensive star. Also Dean
Dugger, Jay Hamilton, and Ma-
rion Arose saw a great deal of
action as seniors. Extra points
were booted by Jay Hamilton,
Dean Dugger, and occasionally
Donnie Griffith ran one. As
Coach Parsons said in assem-
bly, "These boys are perhaps
the best ball club to ever rep-
resent Stonewall on the grid-
iron. What they lacked in size
and experience they made up
in practice and determination.
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enemy ball carrier
H UNTI NGTON EAST
A greatly improved
Stonewall team, with
Griffith starting at
over Huntington East
44-20, in the second
game ofthe season. The
Generals, before a home
crowd, surprised every-
one by jumping to a
24-O lead at the half.
The B team played most
of the second halt,
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LOGAN -- 26-7
Rolling back after a heart-
breaking loss to C. H. S., the
Generals defeated Logan 26-7
in their season finale. The
Gens scored their first two
touchdowns an the first quarter,
but missed the extra points.
However, in the second period,
the Wildcats came back to
score a touchdown. The half-
time score was I2-7. The Gens
tallied twice in the second halt
to end the scoring. A late
touchdown by Ike Hartman was
called back because of his step-
ping out of bounds, A Logan
drive with only seconds to go
was stalled by the Generals.
"Flash" Harper, backfield
ace, on one of his fast dashes.
ln their first game after the
month suspension, the Stone-
wall Jackson Generals white-
washed the South Charleston
Eagles 20-O. Boyce Jarrett
dashed 45 yards oft tackle for
the first touchdown in the sec-
ond quarter. The other two
touchdowns were scored in the
final quarter when Junior Arose
returned a punt 23 yards and
Ike Hartman plunged one yard.
Dean Dugger kicked both extra
Doints. lr was a hard fought
contest with the Generals be-
ing penalized l86 yards during
Roger Stover, star lineman, brings
down opposition's ball-carrier.
PARKERSBURG - O-28
The Generals went down to
a disappointing defeat at the
hands of a good Parkersburg
team. The Big Reds just had
too many guns for the boys
from Stonewall who never quite
got started and penetrated into
Parkersburg territory only
twice, The Generals held their
own through the first quarter
but then the roof caved in and
Parkersburg scored twice be-
fore the half ended. Stover
played good defensive ball.
SETH - 38-6
Under a heavy downpour,
sub - quarterback John Upton
led the Generals to a 38-6 win
over Seth. Seth started out
with a bang by rolling off 27
yards. However, Seth was called
off side, but nevertheless made
a touchdown and Dugger broke
through to block the extra
point. Due to the excellent
defensive play of Bob Parsons,
Roger Stover, and Dean Dug-
ger, Stonewall held Seth score-
less the rest of the garne while
they tallied 38 points.
Sophomore quarterback, Donnie Grif-
fith, eludes would-be tacklers.
Host of Stonewall boys closc in on
East Bank ball-carrier.
FAIRMONT WEST -- l2-7
The Generals had to wait
until late in the fourth quarter
before scoring the winning
touchdown to beat a surpris-
ingly tough Fairmont West
team, I2-7. John "Flash" Har-
per scooted 45 yards behind
perfect blocking with only min-
utes remaining to give the vic-
tory to Stonewall. Our first
touchdown was scored in the
first half on a pass from quar-
terback Donnie Griffith to end
Ralph Jones. The Stonewall
line, led by Stover and co-Cap-
tains Parsons and Dugger, held
the Polar Bears to only 52 yards
Boyce Jarrett, behind good blocking,
racks up yardage.
Boyce Jarrett rushes prospective
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Despite the fine running of
our backfield and the holding
ability of the line, the Charles-
ton High Mountain Lines over-
came a l3-O lead attained in
the first quarter. Too many
fumbles and no pass defense
or offense cost the Generals
dearly. Our first touchdown
was made by Boyce Jarrett on
the first play from scrimmage.
The second touchdown was
made by Donnie Griffith, our
sophomore quarterback, on the
famous "bootleg" play.
First row: J. Vincent, D. Griffith, E. Klamer, J. Jarrett, J. Bollinger, J. Pritt. Second row: A. Griffiths, J. Love, J. Hamrick, B. Yeager,
D. Dugger, J. Lawhorn, R. Myers. Third row: B. Quick, R. Calabresse, Managers, l. Hartman, B. Parsons, J. Smithers, B. Tweedy, J.
Sergent, S. Roach, Manager, Coach "Pud" Hutson.
The Stonewall Jackson Generals ended their reg-
ular Kanawha Valley Conference season with a record
of l0 wins and 5 losses, which earned them the fifth
place berth in the Conference. '
The Generals found competition tougher outside
the Conference but managed to win 2 games while
dropping 3. They won from Parkersburg, split a two-
game series with Huntington Central and dropped two
games to Huntington East.
The Generals opened their Kanawha Valley Confer-
ence season with an impressive victory over St. Albans
by a score of 55 to 45 but dropped the next game to
the potential Conference champs, Clendenin. The
Generals bounced back to nose out the Dunbar Bull-
dogs by a score of 53 to 52, but then in turn lost to
a strong Charleston aggregation. After this they de-
feated Elkview, lost to East Bank, beat South Charles-
ton and then were surprisingly upset by DuPont 70
The Generals then hit their stride to a six-game
winning streak. In this streak their victims were Dun-
bar, Charleston, St. Albans, South Charleston, Cath-
olic, and Clendenin.
Then Stonewall dropped two remaining games, to
East Bank, 65 to 49, and to Dunbar 6l to 53.
The starting five usually consisted of Jackie Jarrett
and Jerry Bollinger as guards, "Lefty" Pritt and Bob
Parsons as forwards, and Dean Dugger as center. Lead-
ing substitutes were Bob Yeager, Jack Lawhorn, and
Parkersburg . .
St. Albans . .
Elkview . .
East Bank . .
South Charleston .
DuPont . .
Dunbar . .
St. Albans . .
South Charleston .
Catholic . .
Clendenin . .
East Bank .
These girls are volleyball champions: First row: lsabell Anderson,
Minnie Allison Loretta Cyrus. Second row: Deloris Khuri, Jane
Saunders Altha Haynes, Dorcas Roberts, and Loretta Taylor.
Left: Donna Long is considered to be one of the best all
round girl athletes in Stonewall.
Right: lrene Sanders has shown her ability in badminton
by becoming the champion.
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Girls' sports, led by the G. A. A., gives
those of the supposed weaker sex a chance to
demonstrate their athletic ability. The main
goal of the department is total participation
in its varied program of activities planned
to keep the girls physically as well as men-
This organization is under the able lead-
ership of Miss Drasnin and has sponsored
many dances and parties in addition to lead-
ing the school in such activities as the bowl-
ing, softball, volleyball, ping-pong, and
mixed couples' badminton tournaments.
Among the noon-time tournaments which
Many of the students at Stonewall can be found at the
Y W C A swimming pool. These girls seem to be
enioying themselves as well as gaining some healthful
and perhaps much needed exercise.
are especially enjoyed by everyone are vol-
leyball, conducted with stiff competition,
and basketball, met with much enthusiasm
among all the sports-minded students of
Included in the well-rounded program of
the G. A. A. are the exhibition games that
are thoroughly enjoyed by the boys as well
as the girls. The participants in these
games are girls from Stonewall who are ac-
tively interested in athletics.
The Physical Education Department also
takes an active part in furthering the sports-
manship and well being of all the students
of the school.
These girls are representing Stonewall at the Huntington
G. A. A. play day! A. Heizer, J. Sanders, B Jarrett E
Pruett, P. Jividen, N. Atkins, H. Rankin, B. Cummings
Edwin Huddle and Clary Caperfon ap- Showing their capability in bowling are
pear to be happy after becoming the
mixed doubles badminton champions
the following girls: N. Lemmon, P.
Jividen, E. Pruett, F. Young, G.
of the school. Painter.
Enjoying their basketball under the
able direction of Miss Drasnin are these
girls from the physical education class.
These girls have been very valuable
to Miss Drasnin in G. A. A. work: A.
Heizer, E. Pruett, P. Jividen, and H.
These girls agree that softball, al-
though a rugged sport, is a very
popular activity with many girls at
Volleyball, always one of the favorite
sports played at Stonewall, seems to be
enjoyed by all these Sophomore girls.
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For the best in dairy products both at home and at school take a hint from
Emoqene Haynes and Virginia Porteriield and try BONHAM'S DAIRY, SIS-
SONVILLE STAR ROUTE, PHONE 3-4111.
This is the CAREY NEON SIGN COMPANY, the home oi "Mr, Sian" himself
Al Carey. This firm does all prominent outdoor advertising in our commu
nity. 74 WASHINGTON STREET, W. PHONE 2-0169.
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STONEWALL JACKSON CLUB
Billy Thomas, ot the Stonewall lackson Club, is known in business Circles as a lawyer, but
to everyone on the West Side, he is known as General Stonewall lackson. He has been
ridina his horse, Colonel, at the qarnes at Laidley Field for many years and is an ardent
supporter ot Stonewall.
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Consider the contents of your newspaper. Here
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tional crises so that you may be forewarned of
the challenge to freedom. Here are the issues in
a local election with both sides clearly stated for
you to judge. Here, too, is news about your neigh-
bors, about industrial progress, and the competi-
tive offerings of the business, entertainment and
sports world to help make life more pleasant for
you and your family. Your newspaper seeks to
serve you, your community and our nation in the
best way it knows how by bringing you truth un-
limited so that you may have the right to choose
for yourself. This is the essence of Freedom.
THE News Evlrw
Circulation and News Office: 505 CENTRAL AVENUE
ongralfozfafiom fo die Kfddd of 1951
JOE L. LAMBERT
CENTRAL ELKHORN COAL CO.
JACKSON MINING CO.
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goodies for gll. 609 CQl.UMBlA AVE- GINIA STREET, W, PHONE 2-4131,
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You may not kngw Q roast fmm Q Chop, Dreaming ofthe future? These girls know
but You can rest assured YOU the even On CI SI'1'1CI1l budqel is eosy to
best when you Shop at FISCHER AND own o ring from MANN IEWELERS, 103
FISCHER, 117 WASHINGTON STREET, CAPITOL STREET. PHONE 6-0335.
W. PHONE 2-4109.
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Something to Wear COMPANY
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A. B. Dick Company
Mimeograph Duplication Machines
and Mimeoqraph Supplies
Portrait and Commercial Photography
Specialists in School Portraits
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NUCKELS REALTY COMPANY
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PEN DELL'S CUT RATE
Enjoying Hpepsiessn at PENDELIIS CUT RATE DRUG STORE are George,
Carolyn, Rena, and Stan. This is a tavorite hangout for S. T. students hetore
and atter the games. 759 WASHINGTON STREET, W. PHONE 2-3000.
Once you try the delicious ice cream and dairy products from MOUNT VER-
NON DAIRY you will agree that it is the best you have ever tasted. 800
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. PHONE 2-3109.
MOUNT VERNON DAIRY
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KANAWHA VALLEY BANK
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416 BROAD STREET
800 VIRGINIA STREET, WEST
MATHEWS PRINTING 6' LITHOGRAPHING COMPANY
All you need to do to Verify the excellence ot the MATHEWS PRINTING AND LITHO-
GRAPHING COMPANY is either to ask the students shown in the pictures or to observe
the fine qualities displayed in the Stonewall lackson Yearbook, "The Iacksonian.
600 CAPITOL STREET. PHQNE 2-4197.
CHARLESTON MOTORS INCORPORATED
Seekina beauty and Comfort at a reasonable price? Be sure to consult
CHARLESTON MOTORS INCORPORATED when buyina a new car. EAST
WASHINGTON at BROAD STREET. PHONE 3-Ul87.
Photographs like this, from DELUXE
STUDIO, make annuals like the lack-
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A favorite stopping place for the S. I. West
Siders is the THAXTON DRUG STORE Where
you can get a snack at any time. 1539 WASH-
INGTON STREET, W. PHONE 3-1353.
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There is a treat in store for those students
from Stonewall Who show excellent judgment
by dining at SCHRADER'S CAFE, 421 VIR-
GINIA STREET, W. PHONE 2-9101.
For the best in refreshments, stop at the
CORNER DRUG STORE. as these girls from
Stonewall Iackson are doing. 1000 CENTRAL
AVENUE. PHONE 2-5313.
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We Carry a Complete Line of
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Club Insignia - Memorial Plaques
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all the latest happenings read the CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL every evening.
IUUI VIRGINIA STREET, E. PI-IQNE 2-2l4I.
For that tasty after school snack and beverage treat be sure to stop at the
GENERAL GRILL, the meeting place tor all Stonewall students. 807 WASH-
INGTON STREET, W. PHONE 2-9709.
HUGH STEWART MOTORS INCORPORATED
These Stonewall students know that one ot the best buys in cars is a Buick
which may be purchased at HUGH STEWART MOTORS. INCORPORATED.
l406 WASHINGTON STREET, E. PI-IONE 3-5534.
A striking example of handsome architecture is the UNITED CARBON
BUILDING. I-Iere We tincl the offices ot many important firms in the community.
UNITED CARBON BUILDING. PI-IONE 2-ll6l.
UNITED CARBON BUILDING
Are you looking for the best in quality cmd For the best advice on hair-styling and to
service? Buy your groceries qt MQSES keep in fashion, your best bet is IACKSON
SKAFF GROCERY Where Service with G HAIR STYLIST. 229V2 CAPITOL STREET.
smile is assured. 1031 RED oAK STREET. PHONE 2-4725
HOTEL and CURB
RIVERVIEW, WEST VIRGINIA
For ali your hardware needs do as these qiris
from Stonewall Iackson are cioinq, qo to
CORRIE HARDWARE COMPANY, PENNSYL-
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Girls at Stonewall
Learn Early . . .
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Stonewall Jackson High School H
Economics classes I arn early lf
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210 HALE STREET. PHONE 2-6161.
FOR THE BEST
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A Complete Printing Service
501 CAPITOL STREET
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You will be sure of on enjoyable evening, if
your home hos some musicoI instruments
from WITHROW MUSIC, 713 VIRGINIA
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Patty Bew and Iirn Coulter have the right idea when they stop at LOWMAN'S
DRUG COMPANY tor a tasty treat after a hard day's work at Stonewall lack-
son. l507 WASHINGTON STREET, W. PHONE 3-4567.
Iohn McDavid and Nelson Stoops look over the fine array of used cars with
a representative from MILLER BROTHERS USED CAR ESTABLISHMENT. 411
WASHINGTON STREET, E. PHONE 6-3136.
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Deoler ond Distributor
MARYLAND AVENUE AT
Music has been a source oi enjoyment for all
of you. lt has enriched school lite in some man-
ner tor every student.
Our special congratulations to those who have
served Stonewall by participation in the band,
orchestra, chorus, Glee Club, dance band, lack-
son lollities, and other musical activities.
I7 Capitol Street
Now, as you take your places in the adult com-
munity, music will become an even more im-
portant part oi your life. Let us continue to serve
your musical needs and help solve problems
concerning your further study of music.
Want an outstanding evening of enjoyable entertainment with that "special
someone"? Go to the CASA LOMA tor dining and dancing. MacCORKLE
AVENUE. PHONE 2-9253.
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
FOR A GREAT JOB WELL DONE . . . from
W. B. JONES FOOD STORES
1205 Washington Street, W. 1457 Washington Street, W
Dial 6-0592 Dial 6-0594
Shop with us where shopping is 0 pleasure
STAN'S AUTO ELECTRIC
413 FLORIDA STREET DIAL 3-6341
Expert Automotive Electrician
W. B. JONES, Owner
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We wish to take this opportunity to express our appreciation
to all who have made this yearbook possible. First, to Mathews
Printing and Lithographing Company for their fine work, we
give our sincere thanks. Also to Mr. W. W. Wallace, of DeLuxe
Studio, for a job well done in photographing our seniors and
organizations we say, "Thanks a Million." We are indebted
to the West Virginia lndustrial and Publicity Commission for an
aerial View of Kanawha Valley by Bollinger and to Eastern Air
Lines for a photo of the airport. We are grateful for permission
to use quotations from "Moving Mountains to Build Kanawha
Airport," and also for information found in West Virginia State
Magazine. To oumztdvertisers and sponsors who have contributed
largely in financing our book, we wish to express our gratitude.
Last but not least, we wish to say that the splendid coopera-
tion which we have received from all the students and faculty
has made the success of this yearbook possible. ln return for
what each of you has done, we trust you will find this lacksonian
a storehouse of memories.
Amick Refrigeration Gravely and Moore Photographers
Barrack Auto Company l-laynes Music Center
Barton Street Grocery Kanawha lnsurance lncorporated
Bridges ESSC Station l.ovett's Department Store
Checkerboard Feed Store Pay and Take Market
Corey Grocery Peerless Dry Cleaning
Cox Morton Motor Sales Shewey's Pharmacy
Cunningham Grocery West End Printing and Paper Company
Frame Befrigeration West Side Pharmacy
Fulknier Hardware Yankee Photo Service
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Anchor Fixture Company..,-----
Appalachian Company ........
L. G. Balfour Company ........
Bartlett Funeral Home ,,,..,.,...
Blossom Dairy Company .........,..
Bonham's Dairy, Incorporated .,.,,,
Bradley Department Store u,...,....
Cablish Bakery Company ,..,,,,
Carey Neon Sign .,.........., ..,...
Casa Loma, Incorporated ......A.,.....,,,.
Central West Coal Company ......,.......
Charleston Building Trades Company ......
Charleston Cut Flower .. ,,....,... .. ........ .
The Charleston Daily Mail ........
Charleston Drug ,,,.,,A,,,....,...........
Charleston Gazette ,.,,......... ..............
Charleston Motors, Incorporated ..,.....
Charleston Printing Company ...,....,
Charleston Transit Company ,,,,....
Coffman Optical Company ,,,,,,,
Community Beauty Shop ....,.,,.
Conlon BBISIYIQ Company ,,,,,,
Cooper's Grocery ,.,.s,,,,,
Corner Drug Store ........,.,..,.,,.a,..
Corrie Hardware .,...,..........,...,,.,,..
Cunningham Ambulance Service ......,.
Delaware Avenue Pharmacy. ,,..,. -
DeLuxe Studio ..,.,,,,,...,....,.,sa, ..
Electronic Specialty Company ....,,
H. D. Ellis Grocery. ,,,.,,.,..,,ss,,,,
Fischer and Fischer ,,,,,
Florida Street Store ..,,,,,,,,,,,.,......,,,,,,.
GaIperin's ,,,,,,,,.,......,,,,.,,... . ...s,...,,,,...,
Gates Paint Manufacturing Company
General Grill ,,,,,,,,,,,.....,,,..,,,,,,,,...
General Glass Company, Incorporated
General Truck Sales ,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,.,.....,,,
Glamour Beauty Shop ,,,,,,,..,.,..s.,.,,,,,.
Greyhound Shoe Repair Shop ,csa,,,
J. P. Gunther Jewelers ,c,, ,s,.,..,.
Hanna Insurance Company, Incorporated ,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 21
HIM Store ,,...,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,... . ,,,,,, ,,,,a,,,,,,,,,, , . 119
Holsum Bakery Company ,,,.. .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,c, ,,,, 1 2 8
Hugh Stewart Motors, Incorporated ,....,,. ,,,a 1 31
Imperial Cleaners ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, . .. .. 136
Jackson Hair Stylist ....,...,,,,,,,
Jarrett Printing Company ,,,,,,,
Jim's Cafe ,,,,,,,..,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,
Jones Printing Company ,,,a.,...
H. R. Judy and Son ...,...,
Kampus Korner .....,,....
Kanawha Distributors .,....
Kanawha Furniture .....,.
Kelleys Mens Shop fgngg
Laird Office Equipment Company .,,,....
Lincoln Jewelers ........,...,,,,.,,,,,.,...,...
Lowman's Drug Store ....,, .,.,.,,.,,..
Maggard Studio .....,,,,.,.
Mann Jewelers ...................,,..,..,.,...,..,.,,.,..,,.. .,,,,
Maple Grocery ,.,.,..,..............,,,,,,,,,......,,.,,,..,....,,,,
Mathews Printing and Lithographing Company .,,,.,..
Michael s Food Market ,..,...,.,,,,,,.....,,.,,,,,,,,,.,......,,.,
Miller Brothers Used Cars .,........,.
S. Spencer Moore Company .,....,,,,.,....
Mount Vernon D ..., ,..,,..,,....,..,,,,,,,
Mountain Cigar an Candy Company ,,,,,,, ,,,.,
R. R. Nuckels Realty Company ....... I --
Pauley Cleaners ............,..........
Pendell's Cut Rate .........................
F. M. Pile Hardware Company. .............
B. Preiser Company, Incorporated ........
Radford Paint Company ...............,.,.......... .....
C. E. Rhodes Motor Sales ..,,..............,........... ,,,..
G. Russell French Company, Incorporated ,....... .....
Schrader's Cafe ..... . .................................. .....
Scott Brothers Drug ...........
Simpson Funeral Home ..........
Sixth Avenue Food Market .......
Moses Skaff Grocery .,...... .
Stonewall Food Market ......................... .....
Stonewall Jackson Club .....,.... ...............,., ........ ....,
Stonewall Jackson High School Cafeteria ...... ...... . ,
Superior Laundry and Dry Cleaning Company ........ .
Sutler Paint . ............................. ......... ..... . .
Tag Galyean, Incorporated ..
Tayior's Grocery .
Teamsters' Local Number 175 .......
Thaxton Drug . . ....
Tip Top Barbecue .... .... . .
United Carbon Building .......
United Fuel Gas Company .......
Valley Motor Sales .......
Vanity Beauty Shop . ...... .. .
Walters Linoleum-Carpet Service ...,.. .... , ,
West Virginia Water Service Company ....., .
F. C. White Garage ..., ......,,,.........,., , . , ,
Withrow Music Company...
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