Stonewall Jackson High School - Jacksonian Yearbook (Charleston, WV)
- Class of 1953
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By special permission of Miss Lucy Quarrier
"Glenwood" has been made the theme of this 1953
JACKSONIAN. With gratitude for her assistance
and generosity we of the yearbook staff dedicate
this edition to her.
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chool, in my early days, was an individual
family concern. Parents, if they could
afford it, sent their children to private
institutions. Gradually public schools were
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Dear Stonewall. Students:
Before you leave for your vacations I should like to have a word with each of you. I should like to thank each of you for your
contributions in making Stonewall the outstanding school it is. After all it is really you, the boys and girls, not the building, that
makes the school. Since your abilities and talents differ, naturally your contributions to your school have not been the same. Some of
you have excelled in major subjects, some in cultural subjects such as art, drama, or musicg and some have been outstanding in interschol-
astic athletics. We do not wish that our school be a melting pot where standardized students are produced, but rather that it be like a sym-
phony where there is harmony, as each plays his own individual part.
You can indeed be proud of the Hne record that most of your predecessors have made. Many of our Stonewall graduates have
earned scholarships to some of our institutions of higher learning. Some have made enviable records in colleges and universities. Most
of our graduates have become desirable, upstanding citizens, and that, after all, is the primary aim of education-to teach one to adjust-
himself to life, to his job and his neighbors.
Before you leave, I wish that you know how much genuine pleasure the faculty and I have derived from our relationships with you.
We place a very high value on your friendships. You may not realize it, but your welfare is our chief concern. One of the greatest
compensations for our type of work is the feeling that perhaps we have helped our students over some rough spots-that we perhaps
dropped a word of encouragement when you needed it-that we have steered you forward when you faltered.
I wish to congratulate those of you who are graduating-those who will not return next year .We wish you much success in
your future endeavors. We hope that you will think with pleasure on the years you spent at Alma Mater-Stonewall Jackson High School.
We hope that your school can be proud of the record you make in life.
In closing, may I wish 'all of you a happy vacation and may I say, "Thank you for some wonderful memories of the happy times
we have had together in Stonewall Jackson High School".
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Truly a friend of the students at Stonewall
is Mr. Fred B. Hill, our principal. He is con-
cerned with maintaining the high scholastic
standard of the school and helping the stu-
dents become adjusted to the problems of
high school life. He works for complete
understanding between the teachers and the
students, approving of all student activities
is another of his jobs. Mr. Hill also encour-
ages guidance in extra-curricular activities
to help the student better prepare himself
for later life.
MR. I GEORGE STEADMAN
MISS VIRGINIA ATKINSON
MRS. JUANITA AUER
Assisting Mr. Hill in the office are Miss
Atkinson, Mr. Steadman, and Mrs. Auer.
Miss Atkinson can -often be found giving
words of sound advice to those who seek it.
Mr. Steadman receives letters every day from
business concerns inquiring about students'
high school records. "Can I help you?" are
often the first words you hear when you enter
the office at Stonewall Jackson. This is the
friendly inquiry of Mrs. Auer, the secretary,
who answers the phone and takes care of the
mail and record-keeping at Stonewall,
BARBARA AND CLARA ARE TWO OF THE MANY THAT VISIT MR. ARMSTRONG AS IIE BROADCASTS NSTEINWAY STYLINGS3'
LUCILLE ARMSTRONG STUART P. ARMSTRONG JENNIE BACKUS JEAN BOURNE ORRAL L. BURDETTE
ELAINE BUSH REBA CASTILLOS RUBY CHAPMAN DORIS CHEESMAN WILLIAM F. CLINE
LUCILLE ARMSTRONG: History, Future Teachers of America, A. B., M .A., Glenville State College, Marshall College ....
STUART P. ARMSTRONG: English and Journalism, Head of English Department, Jackson Journal, Quill and Scroll, A. B.,
M. A., West Virginia University .... JENNIE BACKUS: History, A. B., M. A., West Virginia Wesleyan College, Ohio State.
. . . JEAN B-OURNE: English, Co-director of Troupers, A. B., West Virginia University .... ORRAL L. BURDETTE: Biol-
ogy, American Red Cross, M. Ed., B. S., West Virginia Institute of Technology, Duke University.
ELAINE BUSH: Latin and English, Latin Club, A. B., West Virginia University .... REBA CASTILLOS: Spanish, Spanish
Club, A. B., M. A., Marshall College, National University of Mexico .... RUBY CHAPMAN: French and English, French
Club, B. A., M. A., Marshall College, George Peabody College for Teachers .... DORIS CHEESEMAN: Biology, Student
Council, B. S., M. A., West Virginia University, Coloumbia University .... WILLIAM F. CLINE: Related Science and Draw-
ing, Head of Vocational Department, B. S., M. A., Ohio University.
BERENICE E. COLLINS AGNES CRABTREE RALPH B. CURREY GERTRUDE GLADA DRASNIN LLOYD ERHARD
REBIE FAIRCLOTH CECIL GEE FERG GIANNAKIS WILLIAM S. GILBERT NORA GOAD
BERENICE E. COLLINS: Biology, Head of Science Department, National Honor Society, A. B., M. S., Randolph-Macon, Uni-
versity of Virginia .... AGNES CRABTREE: Social Science, Head of Social Studies Department, Social Studies Council,
A. B., M. A., Wesleyan, Columbia University .... RALPH B. CURREY: Distributive Education, Co-director of Troupers, Na-
tional Thespians, A. B., M. Ed., Glenville State Teachers' College, University of Pittsburgh .... GERTRUDE GLADA
DRASNIN: Physical Education, Girls' Athletic Association, B. S., B. P. E., University of Wisconsin .... LLOYD ERHARD:
Bookkeeping, Business Law, General Business, B. S., M. A., West Virginia University, University of Kentucky, Harvard
REBA FAIRCLOTH: History, Y-Teens, B. S., M. A., Mary Washington College of Virginia, West Virginia University ....
CECIL GEE: Industrial Electricity, Electronics, Marshall, West Virginia Tech .... FERG GIANNAKIS: Physical Education,
B. S., M. S., Morris Harvey College, West Virginia University. . . . WILLIAM S. GILBERT: History, United Nations Club,
A. B., M. A., University of Kentucky, Indiana University .... NORA GOAD: Typing, Shorthand, Ed. M., A. B., New River
State College, University of Pittsburgh.
BIJI, BEVERLY, ANN, BIARGARET, KAKA, BETTY JO, 8: KYLENEVIUNIOR CHEERLEADERS, GIVE MISS DRASNIN BIG SEND OFF.
MISS DRASNIN, MR. STEADMAN, MRS. HAMILTON, AND MR. GIANNAKIS HAVE AS MUCH FUN AS THE STUDENTS AT A
ELIZABETH HAMILTON J. LANDON HAMILTON M. D. HARPER THOMAS HILL CLYDE B. HUTSON
VIRGINIA KARNES ELOISE KELLER MARY E. KENNEDY JANNES KIBBY MARY KYLE
ELIZABETH HAMILTON: English, B. S., Bowling Green State University, Ohio State University .... J. LANDON HAMIL-
TON: Mathematics, Head of Mathematics Department, A. B., M. A., Wittenberg College, Ohio State University .... M. D.
HARPER: Machine Shop .... THOMAS P. HILL: Mathematics, A. B., West Liberty State Teachers College, Duke Univer-
sity .... CLYDE B. HUTSON: Physical Education, Coaching, A. B., Davis and Elkins College.
VIRGINIA KARNES: Chemistry, Science Club, A. B., West Virginia University .... ELOISE KELLER: English, Senior
Class Sponsor, A. B., M. A., Columbia University, Marshall College .... MARY E. KENNEDY: English, Jacksonian, A. B.,
M. A., Wilson College, Cornell University .... JANNES KIRBY: A. B., M. A., West 'Virginia University, University of Wis-
consin, Marshall College .... MARY KYLE: A. B., M. S., West Virginia University.
BETTY LANDAU LEE D. LAUGI-ILIN MAYTE LAUGHLIN DAISY B. LEMASTER EDGAR LOAR
CORNELIA MARSHALL C. H. MARTIN QUEED MCILIIATTAN ILA McQUEEN LUCILLE MEADOWS
BETTY LANDAU: Economic Georgaphy, General Business, Typing, Co-director of F. B. L. A., -B. S. Ed., West Virginia Uni
versity .... MAYTE LAUGHLIN: English, A. B., West Virginia University .... LEE D. LAUGI-ILIN: Mechanical Draw
ing, Trade School, Athletic Business Manager, B. S., Stout Institute .... DAISY B. LEMASTER: Mathematics, A. B., M
A., University of Iowa, Columbia .... EDGAR LOAR: Band. Orchestra, B. Mus. Ed., M. A., Sherwood Music School, Mar
shall College, Ohio University.
CORNELIA MARSHALL: History, A. B., M. A., West Virginia University, Ohio State University .... C. H. MARTIN: Phys
ics, Visual Education, A. B., M. A., West Virginia University .... QUEED McILHATTAN .... ILA McQUEEN: Shorthand
Typing, A. B., M. A., Marshall College, Columbia University. . . . LUCILLE MEADOWS: Clerical Procedure, Omce Prac
tice, Bookkeeping, Typing, Co-director of F. B. L. A., P. T. A. Teacher Representative, A. B., Glenville State Teachers College
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MISS SIMMONS, MISS McQUEEN, MRS. I-IILL, AND MISS KENNEDY, ENJOY A GOOD LUNCH IN THE CAFETERIA.
E. BYRON MEYER
CHEERING wrru THE STUDENTS AT AN IMPORTANT GAME ARE Miss CHEESEMAN, Mics. HAMILTON,
MAUDE MUNSEY . AND Mns. LAUGHLIN.
RUSS PARSONS EDNA V. PETTIT PAULINE PRATT RUTH S. RICE SARAH ETHEL ROSE
SUSANNA ROSE HAZEL SIMMONS RONALD B. THOMAS ELEANORE THOMASSON CHARLES WHITED
E. BYRON MEYER: Art, A. B., Art Education, Pratt Institute, Morris Harvey College .... MAUDE MUNSEY: Home Mak-
ing, B. S., M. A., Radford College, Columbia University .... RUSS PARSONS: Physical Education, Coaching, Athletic Di-
rector, Varsity Club, A. B., B. P. E., West Virginia Tech .... EDNA V. PETTIT: Oflice Practice, Ad vanced Typewriting,
Head of Business Education Department, A. B., M. A., Central College, Iowa, Colorado State Teachers College .... PAULINE
PRATT: English, Junior Class Sponsor, A. B., M. A., West Virginia University, Columbia University.
RUTH RICE: A. B., M. A., Concord College, Duke University .... SARAH ETHEL ROSE: M. A., Columbia University, Ad-
viser Future Homemakers of America Chapter, Head Homemaking Department .... SUSANNA ROSE: A. B., Fairmont
State College, Western Reserve University, Library Club .... HAZEL SIMMONS: B. S., M. A., Columbia University, Alder-
son-Broaddus .... RONALD B. THOMAS: Industrial Arts, Aviation, B. S., West Virginia Institute of Technology, M. Ed.,
Wayne University .... ELEANORE THOMASSON: Music, Glee Club, B. M., M. F. A., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music,
Teachers College, Columbia University .... CHARLES VVHITED: Sheet Metal, Marietta Business College, West Virginia
University, New River State College.
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It is required that all stu-
dents who are graduated have
four units in English, with
the exception of the steno-
graphic students in business
education and vocational
school enrollees, A11 profes-
sions and careers recognize the
importance of English in de-
veloping the ability to mix
with people and make a good
impression on them. Effective
speaking is taught as an elec-
tive, while journalism is open
to juniors as a substitute for
the regular junior English.
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MARY THOMSON AND CASEY SMITH CHOOSE A BIOGRAPHY FROM THE BULLETIN BOARD.
WITH THE HELP OF JOE KISER, PATTY HENDRICKSON PRACTICES WITH THE RECORDER BEFORE THE EFFECTIVE SPEAKING CLASS.
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NANCY, RALPH, SUSAN, AND FRANK EXAMINE A BALLISTA IN LATIN CLASS.
Of the languages offered at
Stonewall, Latin is an import-
ant part of the college prepar-
atory curriculum. Not only
does it give students a picture
of Roman life, but it is a foun-
dation for other languages.
The study of Spanish is very
desirable in its broadening and
cultural influence, enabling us
to break down barriers to mu-
French is a great literary
and cultural language, widely
spoken and understood. Sci-
entists all over the world use
French as a standard lan-
BING POINTS SOMETHING T0 POLLY, ANN, ELAINE, AND DICK IN THE FIRST ISSUE OF LIFE WRTTEN ENTIRELY IN SPANISH
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Mathematics is a basic sub-
ject for many vocations. Most
schools r e q u i r e two years
of mathematics. Engineering
schools require two years of
algebra, plane geometry, and
solid geometry. Stonewall of-
fers all of these courses, plus
thorough math training for
those interested in aviation,
statistics, and physical science.
The capable math teachers are
ready and willing to help the
students with any difficulties
which may arise.
DORIS WARNER AND LARRY HEMMINGS WORK TOGETHER ON A GRAPH IN ALGEBRA
JERRY VERNON, MITCHELL, AND MARY WORK ON PROBLEMS AND DRAWINGS AT THE BOARD IN SOLID GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY.
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EXAMINING PRACTICE DESIGNS OF THIS TALENTED ART CLASS IS NANCY NAYLOR.
Stonewall Jackson's Music
Department includes the band,
orchestra, and glee club. Each
division has earned various
honors in many fields through
continuous practice, drill, and
in many excellent programs
directed by Mr. Edgar Loar
and Miss Eleanore Thornasson.
Art students acquire crea-
tiveness, skill, and facts in the
art World from Mr. Byron
Meyer. Work in perspective,
design, and lettering gives an
opportunity to the students to
practice g o o d construction.
Participation in exhibits gives
each young artist practical ex-
perience and a chance at valu-
MEMBERS OF THE ORCHESTRA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. LOAR PREPARE T0 PLAY DURING A PRACTICE SESSION IN THE BAND ROOM
omesfic rfs Qdfepare young mama ers
Stonewall offers the girls as
well as the boys four semes-
ters of foods under the super-
vision of Miss Rose. The girls
are taught to plan a good meal
with a well balanced diet. In
the classes, they have demon-
strations and learn to follow
and cook by recipes.
For the girls' future needs
in sewing, Miss Munsey
teaches a course in clothing.
Girls learn to cut and sew
their own dresses. They also
learn to evaluate and know
good material. The girls pre-
sent a style show semi-annu-
BETTY JONES, NORETA COFFIN AND ROSE ANN FORBES WORK IN CLOTHING
GOING GROCERY SHOPPING FOR MISS ROSE AND THE COOKING CLASSES OF STONEWALL JACKSON ARE CHEFS, JACK AND KENNY
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OUR SCHOOL LIBRARY IS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MISS ROSE AN HER ASSISTANTS.
Stonewall Jackson's cafete-
ria and library measure up to
the high standards maintained
in other departments. Under
the eiiicient management of
Mrs. Mclllhattan, head dieti-
cian, the cafeteria serves good,
wholesome food at a low cost.
Miss Susanna Rose is in charge
of the library, which amply
provides reference material
and books for the wise use of
leisure hours. Magazines are
subscribed for and kept on file.
The bulletin board changes
frequently to correspond with
MRS. MCILLAHATAN AND MRS. RAMSEY PREPARE DAILY DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS LUNCHEONS FOR HUNGRY STUDENTS 8: TEACHERS
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"Up 2-3-4, down 2-3-4", calls
the instructor as the classes
do their daily exercises. In-
cluded in each class is the roll
call, exercises, and games.
Girls participate in such sports
as basketball, volleyball, soft-
ball, badminton. The boys
have basketball, fo o t b all,
track, and baseball as major
activities. We compete with
other schools in many activi-
ties and in doing so receive
many awards and honors. Miss
Drasnin and Mr. Parsons are
the physical education direc-
WARMING UP EXERCISES ARE BEING PRACTICED BY THIS GYM CLASS OF BOYS
STRETCI-IING EXERCISES FOR KEEPING THE FIGURE NEAT AND TRIM ARE BEING PUT T0 GOOD USE BY THIS GIRLS' GYM CLAS..
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STUDYING MECHANICAL DRAWING ARE BILL, ALFRED, GLENN AND BUDDY.
The Vocational Shop De-
partment includes three shops,
each offering the opportunity
of important training in
skilled trade for boys whose
future work is to be technical,
with tools and machines. The
three shops are Electric, Ma-
chine shop and Sheet Metal.
Industrial Art may be pre-
vocational or avocational for
the student's appreciation and
cultural artistic development.
There are two separate
courses, General Shop I and
General Shop II. Aviation
Engines and Structures course
is sometimes referred to as
THIS LOVELY TABLE FOR SOME LUCKY HOME IS THE PROJECT IN WOODWORKING CLASS OF CLYDE SURFACE AND BENNY ROSS
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Stonewall's Science Depart-
ment is one of the most mod-
ern in the state. Over half of
the students are enrolled in
one of the courses of this de-
partment. Biology, a general
study of living things, is re-
quired of all tenth-grade stu-
dents. General chemistry, es-
pecially as it applies to the
Kanawha Valley, is furnished
as an elective for those who
plan to go into industry or go
to college in the near future.
Physics is available for those
who plan to specialize in
mathematics and science at
FRANK, BETTY, POLLY, AND BOB MIX A SOLUTION T0 BLOW UP THE CHEMISTRY ROOM
PROBING A THEORY OF BALANCE IN A PHYSICS PROBLEM ARE JIM MEADOR., CAROLYN BOLING, PAUL HEAVENER., AND MYRNA ROSS.
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CLERICAL PROCEDURE CLASS IS USEFUL AND INTERESTS BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS.
The Business-Education De-
partment has a four-way pro-
placement, and follow up.
Guidance, given in the sopho-
more year, helps students
decide on the proper sequence
-stenographic, clerical, book-
keeping, or distributive edu-
cation-for further training.
An effort is made to place
students in their initial jobs
after graduation. Every five
years a follow up of graduates
is made to evaluate the cur-
riculum, teaching methods,
and working conditions.
FLYING FINGERS AND CLEAR MINDS ARE AT THE TOP OF THE "MUST HAVE" LIST FOR THIS LARGE TYPING CLASS OFI BOYS AND GIRLS
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The Stonewall Jackson So-
cial Studies Department offers
a variety of courses. World
history gives students a con-
nected story of civilization
and develops an appreciation
of nations. American history
is the story of the building of
our United States, socially,
politically, c ul t u r ally, and
spiritually. Problems of de-
mocracy prepares students for
a satisfying life with participa-
tion in public affairs. With the
help of modern records and
movies the past and present
become a living reality.
JANE, LLOYD, AND BILL STUDY POSTERS FOR PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY.
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CURRENT EVENTS PANEL DISCUSSION IS UNDER WAY IN HISTORY CLASS BY FRANK MARTIN, SUE KISH, PEGGY TONEY, AND BILL FAST.
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Classes are still the foundation of student
activities. All the classes that have
' graduated from Stonewall have been
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PHYLLIS AFFOLTER JO ANN ALLINDER LEWIS ALEXANDER DANIEL' ANDERSON
JOSEPHINE ASHBY GEORGE BAILEY ROGER BAIRD FRANK BALLARD
JANE BARIA BLAND BARNETT CAROL BEAVER DICK BECK
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CECIL BIRTHISEL GERTRUDE BLESSING ALLYN AND GEORGE CONSULT Tl-IE PAPER FOR RESULTS OF LAST NlGllT'S GAMES
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BEN MAI-IMOUD LOOKS ON AS HELEN SKETCHES A POTRAIT OF SANDRA WAGGY
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W. Woodfell, C. Skeen, P. Withrow, S. Van-
hoose, P. Gunnoe, J. Ingram, B. Rupert, N.
Smith. Second Row: C. Meadows, B. Nieder-
meyer, J. Meiford, S. Jefferies, F. Martin, K.
Horton, B. Carter, N. Johnson, J. Cook. Third
Row: B. Cabell, C. Parkins, B. Stadler, F.
Fuller, B. Thompson, G. Teel, T. Ritter, J.
Stonestreet, J. Luzader. Fourth Row: R. Hart,
J. Ray, J. Kelly, B. Sarber, J. Cook, K. Bur-
dette, R. Hamilton, R. Rickard, T. Clovis.
First Row: R. McClanahan, D. Cottrell, D.
Sharp, M. Schaefer, J. Hanson, L. Casebolt,
M. Higgin, N. Holmes, C. Haynes, J. Abbott.
Second Row: B. Hendrick, M. Hershberger, M.
Fribbs, B. Tucker, G. Holmes, D. Neal. D.
Harrison, V. Heater, N. Armstrong, Third
Row: T. Spadafore, B. Watts, C. Given, Da
Roberts, R. Beck, E. Miller, D. Edens, H.'
Harris. Fourth Row: L. Johnson, V. Barazzone,
B. Landers, L. Casto, J. Long, P. Grandal, J.
First Row: D. Herrick, C. Wheeler, D. Will-
iams, E. Legg, P. Morton, P. Anderson, D.
Mace, J. Mullins, D. Stone, J. McDaniel. Swv
ond Row: N. Simon, C. Newhouse, J. Harper,
L. Haddad, E. Miller, D. Hash, A. Fisher, N.
Perry, J. Groves. Third Row: 'J. Hunt, R..
Hanna, N. Jenkins, J. Trammell, R. Klamer,
S. Duff, C. Robinson. Fourth Row: J. Griffith,
B. Watson, J. Eaton, Tj McKeny, C. Hudson,
J. Watkins, J . Burdette.
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D. Swindler, B. Simpson, S. Carr. J. Ellis, E.
'rame, J. Baker. Second Row: J. Richardson.
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iigmon, H. Cottrell, E. Day. Third Row: A.
Iarte, S. Jenkins, V. Haid, L. Robinson, P.
lemple, C. King, L. Saddler, M. Givens, N.
iammons. Fourth Row: W. Parr, H. Clark,
3. Casto, H. Buttler, D. Stater, C. Wiblin, A.
.ucas, B. Kelley.
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Quick. Second Row: D. Harvey, E. Legg. J.
Summerfield, N. Walker, J. Wolf, R. Rollins,
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fl. Blizzard, W. Russell, J. Gaylor, B. Marion.
fourth Row: J. Booth, C. Bowles, B. Wright,
J. Greenfield, H. Walker, E. Shaffer, H. Coates.
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. Stevens, M. Johnson, S. Davis. Third Bow:
I. Long, R. Morris, J. Presley, N. Stumbo, F.
choonover, C. Miller, D. Melton, R. Boggs.
.north Row: J. Lutz, J. Fulks, T. Pauley, M.
immggig, H. Bentley, J. O'Dell, R. Bowles, B.
Faulkner, J. Harrison, W.
Tenn , O. Cottrill,
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First Row: S. Wilber, M. Smith, M. Burgoff
N. Lesher, S. Nelson, S. Clovis, N. Umberger,
C. Hanley, C. Flesher, M. Farnsworth. Second
Row: A. Martin, B. Jarret, R. Spaudling, B.
Conner, W. Rutledge, B. Burger, J. Pyles, M.
Rogers. Third Row: F. Hambrich, A. Percival,
R. Cavender, G. Douglas, D. Hable, R. Ryan,
J. Given, C. Moore. Fourth Row: S. Harrah,
S. Mazella, E. Ramsey, C. Simpson, J. Bright-
well, R. Carr, J. Preston, W. Morgan, T.
First Row: K. Matheny, D. Perkins, I. Jones,
B. Fridley, J. Dudding, H. Haynes, P. Way-
bright, 'S. Crowder, A. Milam. Second Row:
N. Harrah, M. Farmer, C. Ellison, D. New-
house, S. Holmes, E. Jones, B. Rollins K.
McWhorter. Third Row: T. Griffith, S. Wa
R. Reed, J. Vineyard, B. Zerkle, B. Issac,
Vance, W. Bird. Fourth Row: B. Scraggs,
Gibson, B. Grover, J. Childress, C. Tosh,
First Row: B. Nichols, R. 0'De11,
B. Burford, K. Adkins, G. Dent
J. Lilly, J. Simmons.Socond Row
son, C. Harpold, H. Burke, J.
J. Warner, R. Weaver, D. Seaton
J. Taylor, J. Birthisel, 0. Lilly,
Bucklen, M. Carter.Fourth Row: D
C. Morgan, H. Walker, K. Atkinson, L.
len, H. Paxton. ,
Margaret Riley Kylene
Staats Betty Simpson, Bev
Beddow engoy their ositxon
leaders These girls ead the
First Row: H. Ashworth, H. Wilton, J. Robin-
son, W. Wood, H. Campbell, T. Allen, B.
Isaac. Second Row: R. Hargus, R. Mace, B.
Cox, D. Mahmoud, V. Naseef, R. Hutchinson.
Third Row: L. Perkins, T. Carpenter, E. Wolfe,
L. Botkins, G. Goff, C. Moffatt. Fourth Row:
C. Jiviclen, L. Hemmings, J. Laughlin, E.
Graham, B. McWhorter, E. Marion.
First Row: P. Shumate, N. Watkins, W. Jacob-
son. C. Crowder, J. Wilson, P. Ice, B. Harmon,
B. Buckley, G. Wolfe. Second Row: F. Tow,
S. Looper, A. Buck, E. Jackson, N. Henry, C.
Dodd, D. Whaley, E. Titlow, N. Naylor, R.
Newberry. Third Row: S. Older, M. Hundley,
L. Park, H. Bibb. B. Conner, B. Fast, G.
Burdette, B. Shamblin, D. Withrow, P. Layne.
Fourth Rowz G. Runyon, E. Means, J. Hen-
dricks, A. Lewis, J. Keiffer, F. Gates, E. Bird,
First Row: E. Daugherty, K. Beddow, J. Hor-
nor, B. Sparkes, S. Roberts, M. Moyer, S.
Kish, M. Riley, N. Griffee. Second ,Bows P.
Lance, N.lWa1ker, C. Craig, A. Staats, A. Cas-
dorph, N. Louft, N. Keller, C. Bennett. Third
Bow: D. Cole, J. Glover, B. Casto, J. Craft, R.
Spencer, B. McAllister, H, Waybright, D. Cun-
ningham. Fourth Bow: D. Savage, F. Himes,
Eary, R.. Preisman, C. Casto, B. Caldwell,
for oizbenga. 1-nom. A A
lookfoverfafikuyh of exchange annuals,
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Officers of the sophomore class are Cseated
Jimmy Dent, representative, and Mary An
Thompson, secretary, fstandingb Barry Hine
president, Bill McClure, vice president, an
Milton Eblin, representative. Absent' whe
the picture was taken is another represent
tive, Betty Goff.
First Row: H. Moore, H. Fisher, S. Morton
B. Mullins, D. Bailes, J. Bailes, D. Fisher
Second Row: M. Woods. A. Rankin, D
Roberts, P. Mounts, P. Friedman, E. Fishe
Third Row: G. Stutler, R. Wolfe, R. Mor
land, E. Jarvis, D. Stratton, V. Seato
Fourth Row: J. Ankrom, R. Adams, B. Fishe
B. Guthrie, B. Arthur, F. Kent.
First Row: B. Crowder, B. Lake, H. Husso
L. Barrack, M. Thompson, W. Lambert,
Carte, A. Crouch, P. Kolb, M. Bornmann
Second Row: J. Akers, B. Bowles, M. Unge
E. Dean, R. Bowen, N. Lang, L. Baird,
Hamilton, J. Rainforth. Thlrdllow: K. Bupp
J. Hughes, A. French, J. Cleveland, B. Hi . .f
P. Haas, C. McCol1am, D. Hammock. Fo
Row: J. Jenkins, G. Taylor, F. Smith, 1
Carter, R. Ailstock, R. Rutledge, T. Carte, F t
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First Row: C. Young, P. Harpold, P. West,
E. Jenkins, B. Morton, M. McCracken, C.
Ranson, M. Jeffrey, S. Walker. Second Row:
. Pyatt, P. Parsons, A. Eads, D. Spradline,
Carte, S. Hall, B. Goff, S. Bess. Third Row:
. Turnes, F. Lloyd, J. Ramella, J. Phillips,
Hall. Fourth Row: R. Taylor, C. McGraw,
Waugh, D. Reynolds, D. Carter, J. Marshall,
First Row: C. Corkhill, M. Lucas, L. Holmes.
C. Fisher, J. Hill, M. Stark, P. Eminger, F.
Randolph. Second Row: B. Welch, D. Eades.
M. Simmons, J. Luthy, M. Layne, G. Watson,
C. Leach, G. Allhen. Third Row: W. Hardy,
W. Randolph, M. Huffman, J. Boggess, J.
Wisburn, R. Carr, D. Bibbee, B. Kidd. Fourth
Row: J. Guthrie, J. Underwood, B. Dodd, T.
Morris, J. Lacy, R. Hunt, H. Hutton, W.
First Row: F. Lloyd, S. Cavender, J. Ash-
worth, M. Bedell, B. Ensley, M. Anderson, J.
Bailes, D. Mace, C. Carnes. Second Row: R.
Collins. C. Kapple, W. Barker, N. Butler, C.
Long. S. Armstrong, E. Anderson, W. Caven-
der. Third Row: S. Parrish, L. Lilly, R. Mc-
Cartney, G. Martyn, J. Dent, B. Clendenen,
M. Burgess, E. Jacobs. Fourth Row: B. Thurs-
ton, R. Boggess, A. Cottrill, A. Carpenter, J.
Derrick, C. Rose.
.Bowi cg Lilly, W JR. Ransbottomf
E. Mace BN. .Chabot Lyons,
Marion, J. Mazellag Second liow: VS. Pricegf'
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First Row: B. Johnson, L. Hanna, E. McLane
B. Moffatt, F. Stogdon, T. Allender, N. Clay
C. Calabrese, J. Wheeler. Second Row: K
Kemple, D. Beard, M. 0'De1l, P. Kittinger
B. Conner, B. McComas, D. Parlsey, F. Shane
Third Row: L. Hill, H. Hein, B. Ballard. G
Schade, R. Burgess, B. Whited, L. Doutghty
B. Shea. Fourth Row: B. Simon, P. Legge
B. Perrow, B. Stanton, C. New, B. Conkl
P. Ware. B
First Row: L. Simon, M. Varney, J. Priestly
D. Tackett, S. Baker, B. Wolfe, C. Atfolter
L. Sturgeon, D. Spradling. Second Row: L
Tate, K. Vaughan, N. Bailey, S. Watson, L
Fields, S. Whitley, M. Rice, P. Smithefs. Th -
Row: G. Hall, M. Jarrett, J. Garnett., B
McCarty, P. Underwood, C. Guthrie, S. Dye
Fourth Row: S. Samples, C. Young. B. Laton
B. Smith, D. Ballengee, C. Harper, J. Harkins
First Row: V. Matheny, E. Walker, S. Tennan
D. Mathews, S. Kelley, D. Jividen, M. Burd
S. McDowell. Second Bow: C. Bailey, -
Bowyer, C. Morgan, M. Morgan, B. Cawqender
P. Paxton, B. Moore, B. Parsons. Third Row
J. Patton, R. Haynes, D. McKinney, S. I-Iarkins
D. Eary, D. Rogers, C. Jones. Fourth Row
D., Ellison, W..Evans, J. Games, P.-Tay1or, Snyder, A. Rectenwald. t
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First Row: S. Stonestreet, L. Humphreys, J.
Sparks, S. Radford, D. Carte, H. Vig, C.
Kincaid, B. Cummings, S. Stevens. Second
Row: F. Dobbs, J. McDougal, J. Clark, N.
Nutter, S. Anderson, R. Sigmon, R. Barnett,
S. Smallwood. Third Row: J. Shaver, F.
Greenwood. O. McKinney. D. Rice. J. Strother,
E. White, R. Gandv, J. Stone. Fourth Row:
E. Bachelder, T. Tompkins, J. Waggy, R.
Dulaney, L. Duckworth, R. Myers, B. Darnell,
J. Heavener. .
First Row: E. Hill, L. Robinson, A. Younz, B.
Barker, D. Hickman, S. McClure, J. Bird, D.
Harrison. S. Parsons. Second Row: C. Reedy,
C. Woodall. N. Reynolds, B. Berry, P. Farmer,
M. Berry, J. Robinson. Third Bow: J.' Smith.
M. Sneed. C. Jones, H. Keefer, J. Belcher, P.
Shroyer. M. Skeens. Fourth Row: J. Clen-
dinen, D. Holley, D. Rader, K. Sayre, C.
Caldwell, T. Smith.
First Row: E. Carney, M. Dudding, D. Petry,
S. Olaker. C. Guthrie, J. Griffin, A. Cavender,
B. Carnell. B. Harrison. Second Row: A. John-
son, J. Duff, S. Davis, B. Coiner, L. Campbell,
J. Perry, M. Givens. Thirdskowz K. Ferris,
K. Harding, S. Mallory, R. Johnson. M.
Daskolas, R. Johnson, B. Weikle. Fourth Bow:
R. Godbey, L. Wyatt. B. Cunningham, B.
Kelley, D. Smith, B. Cunningham, G. Pappas.
First Row: M. Bebbes, S. Turner, S. McCre
J. Smith, J. Wilson, C. Sturm, P. Shaffer,
Thompson. Second Row: B. Thaxton, '
Turner. L. Rice, B. Skeens, N. I-lively,
Rose, J. Guthrie, S. Mays. Third Row: '
Tenney, B. McCracken. R.. Cook, D. Hall, '
Turner, C. Hutchinson, L. Jones. Fourth Ro
I. Ordonia, B. Tate, B. Gillispie, M. Wills, '
Lilly, K. Lilly.
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First Bow: P. Ralston, S. Edwards, S. Rad Q1
N. Thomas, J. Anderson, M, Houghton. .
Price, D. Eskins, M. Pittman. Second Q-
D. Garrett, B. Clendinen, J. Underwood, 1
Bock, N. Miller, R. Brunty, B. Zabel, I
Skidmore, G. Moore. ' Third Row: C. Cle
denen, D. Robinson, D. Reynolds, A. Brad
T. Taylor.. B. Hartman, L. Duff, E. Ash. I
Kessell. Fourth Row: E. Breeden, M. Fla
nery, B. McClure, J. Davis. C. Smith, -
Garnett, B. Wheeler, H. White:
First Row: G. Kinder, P. Alexander, M. Wate
stone, L. Jarrell, L. Morris, M, Hughes,
Simon, P. Fox. Second Row: J. Turner, '
Thaxton, D. Parsons, N. Ingram, J. Gastinea
A D. Smith, C. Finney. Third Row: C. Fo --
J. Boseo, C. Clifton, A. Fisher, B. Cam
L. Gandy, J. Snodgrass. Fourth Row:
Tilghman, B. Hunt, J. Taylor, L. Poling, 1
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S. .Ban EIZOWIZEJ fkrouqlzouf State
"East Side, West Side, All Around The Town". That's where the melodious, and rhythmic mu-
sic of the Scarlet and Grey Band may be heard at major functions within the city.
Win or lose-no football game is complete without the half-time ceremonies created by this
dazzling musical and yet military-like group. In addition, the band performs at parades and
community events. The spring season is officially opened only when the Stonewall General's
band have entertained at their annual Spring concert.
The flash of twirling batons, the waving plumes, and the wonderful array of Hashy uniforms
always precede the band in all parades and community affairs. This lovely group of talented
toe-tossers is a major part of the big band events. Carrying off five trophies in the annual Major-
ette Festival, they are the talk of the town.
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Band. First Row: Mr. Loar, D. Stalder, J. Lance, D. Cunningham, B. Thurston, G. Taylor, A. McCamey, G. Thompson, J. Robinson
P. Kessel, D. Copen, J. Taylor, R. Spencer, R. Quarnstrom, H. Waybright, B. Cunningham. Second Row: J. Hughes, B. McAllister1
L. Alexander, E. Fisher, J. Glover, R. Ailstock, B. Cunningham, J. Griflith, F. Gates, L. Robinson, J. Hamilton, F. Smith, C. Jividen, T
McKinney, D. Cole. Third Row: C. Clendenin, L. Daugherty, A. Rankin, S. Boyer, H. Harris, J. Johnson, T. Clovis, D. Cole, T. Allen
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Spanish Club. Second Year Students. First Row: D. Beck, B. Niedemeyer, L. Rollins, B. Johnson, P. Kessel, P. Walters, L. Bedell,
H. Dixon. Second Row: B. McGinnis, J. Mullins, P. Price, L. Pauley, J. Gregory, C. Clendenin, D. Raptis, P. Smith, D. Warner, J.
Walker, B. Miller. Third Row: F. Tow, P. Bibb, B. Downs, M. Kincaid, M. Legg, E. Jordan, R. Humphreys, C. Flesher, M. Miller, B.
gauge, Cunnginham. Fourth Row: D. Galperin, B. Casto, R. Spencer, K. Gandee, L. Grayson, A. McCamey, D. Legg, R. Westfall,
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French and Spanish Club Officers: D. Beck, B. Johnson, P. Walters, S. Leonard, M. Persohn, P. White, C. Meadows, M. Grimmett.
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French Club. Standing: E. Bachelder, J. Glover, M. Summers, B. Preisman, M. Grimmett, D. Stone, J. Harmon. Seated: L. Haddad,
D. Cole, M. Persohn, C. Meadows, J. Mefford, F. Sevy.
"Cuando tendremos la proxima reunion?' is a ques-
tion always being asked by members of the Spanish
Club. A visit to St. Albans' Spanish meeting, a picnic,
"Learn-a-lingo" games, Spanish visitors and movies
were some of the activities which added up to keep
the 120 members more than entertained. Officers were
Dick Beck, president, Sally Leonard, vice-president,
Bev Johnson, secretary, and Pat Walters, treasurer.
Talks by people of French descent proved interesting
and educational to members of the French Club. Slides,
games, and songs were among the program activities
with such events as a Christmas Party helping to stimu-
late an active interest in the club.
Spanish Club Pinata: M. Ross, C. Flesher, K. Gandee, B. Lance, R. Westfall, B. Johnson, S. Leonard, L.
Grayson, P. Kessel. In the foreground: H. Bibb.
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Jr. Red Cross. First Row: D. Gilbert, N. Doll, P. Harpold, C. Shaver, K. Harrison, Y. Staats, M. Hundley, S. Anderson, R. Taylor.
Second Row: M. Jones, D. Carter, L. Haddad, C. Jarrett, N. Lang, B. Coiner, R. Moreland, G. Edens, J. Mullins. Third Row: D.
Eades, V. Heater, R. Collins, J. Smith, M. Taylor, J. Harmon, M. McDonald, N. Johnson, D. Hargraves. Fourth Row: S. Parsons, D.
Bryant, N. Armstrong, H. Cabell, B. Isaac, K. Kemple, M. Kincaid, M. Stevens. Fifth Row: A.,Tennant, B. Wells, G. Sutler, B.
Hunt, C. Caldwell, S. Walker, D. Eary.
Consisting of a representative from each home-room,
the Junior Red Cross is active in the Red Cross Drive
and sends boxes to needy families. Sponsoring the
group is Mr. Oral Burdette.
To assist Mrs. Auer, Miss Atkinson, and Mr. Stead-
man with their many duties, girls who do their school
work accurately and honestly are chosen to work in
the ofiice during their study hall periods. They do odd
jobs such as takirlg up attendance reports, answering
the telephone, running office errands, helping with
scheduling in the spring, and watching the ollice in
the absence of the Deans.
Oiiice Assistants. First Row: M. Cummings, M. Hall, S. Bowden, Z. Staats, K. Harrison, I. Jones, R. Thacker, J. Wolfe, F. Randolph,
M..HUHH1CUtt,J..IHgI13m. Second Row: P. Walters, J. Hornor, S. Holmes, C. Flesher, C. Jarrett, G. Burdette, B. Hill, H. Powell, M.
Grimmett, S. Winemiller. Third Row: C. Shaver, C. Meadows, F. Hudkins, P. Pendleton, S. Duff, B. Carter, E. Jones, C. Skeen, V.
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Movie Projectors. First Row: B. Rhodes, E. Jacobs, D. Beard, T. Grillith, H. Waybright, F. Dobbs, J. Hull. Second Row: H. Hutton
G. Sutler, R. Boggs, L. Doughty, J. Strother, J. Shaver. Third Row: R. Conner, P. Ballard, J. Morton, G. Teel.
Under the patient direction and supervision of Mr.
C. H. Martin, the 17 movie projector operators render
a valuable service each year to the school. They run
Have you noticed the busy girls in the library? They
belong to one of the most helpful organizations in
Stonewall. They are the library assistants, who help
Miss Rose, the librarian. They check in books, arrange
them on the shelves, and help students find books.
During the club meetings, instead of looking for recog-
nition, these industrious girls write overdue book slips
and make themselves useful.
movies during their study hall periods and spare time
for various classes. These boys perform their tasks not
for special recognition, but for the purpose of aiding
Library Assistants. First Row: S. Walker, S. St. Clair, C. Haynes, R. Newberry, J. Gregory, P. Landers, M. Clendenen, S. McCreery,
N. Harrah, J. White, B. Rhodes. Second Row: D. Bryant, C. Woodall, D. Kelley, B. McCutcheon, C. Douglas, R. Layne, C. Robinson,
E. Carney, C. Cummings, J. Harper, C. Ranson, N. Simon.
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Troupers. Second Picture. First Row: P. Walters, J. Meador, D. Kerns, P. Heavener, S. Phillips, L. Casto, R. Priesman, R. Ailstock, D.
Savage, S. Leonard. Second Row: H. Montgomery, S. Stonestreet, D. Parsley, N. Clay, E. Titlow, P. Way, N. Nutter, H. Powell, S.
Looper, B. Sparkes. Third Row: K. Harrison, C. Sturm, H. Vig, C. Martin, E. Jackson, N. Louft, M. Grimmett, P. Hess, P. Smith, C.
Kincaid. .Fourth ltow: M. Thompson, K. Beddow, C. Boling, P. Lance, C. Hanly, A. Staats, N. Walker, R. Collins, M. Moyer. Fifth Row:
M. Dudding, S. Wilber, B. Jarrett, M. Dasholas, P. Withrow, L. Pauley, S. Waggy, M. Knapp, J. Boggs.
To become a Thespian is the ambition of all students
interested in dramatics. The National Thespian Society
is an honorary organization, but only in the sense that
students are given recognition for having met certain
requirements. Membership in the Thespians is not
only a reward for meritorious participation in dramatic
arts, but is also evidence of the student's desire to be
associated with other high school boys and girls
throughout the country who are performing superior
work in this field. Membership places upon students
the-solemn obligation of performing even greater work
after they have taken the Thespian pledge.
The duty of the Thespians is to promote interest in
dramatics. They help in all dramatic productions not
only by acting but by assisting with make-up, staging,
lighting and directing. The Thespians' organization in
Stonewall is under the capable direction of Mr. Ralph
Thespians. Standing: J. Boggs. Seated: P. Hendrickson. P. Lanham, D. Kerns, R. Holdren. Standing: L. Dugherty, J. Meador, F. Taylor,
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National Honor. First Row: S. Bowden, P. Lanham, L. Rollins, J. Smith, J. Meador, J. Ray, V. Hanna, B. Wall, P. Walter. Second Row
H. Montgomery, M. Glass, F. Sevy, M. Grimmett, M. Persohn, D. Cole, L. Pauley, P. Kessell, A. Woodrum. Third Row: E. Hendrickson
M. Ross, B. Brady, B. McCutcheon, B. Kelly, M. Hall, B. McGinnis, C. Clendenen, C. Brenneman. Fourth Row: P. Hendrickson, J. Mc
Cutcheon, P. Gentry, M. Burrus, D. Griffith, B. Mahmoud, R. Baird, N. White, J. Campbell.
Membership in the National Honor Society is the
greatest award a high school student can hope to attain.
Character, scholarship, leadership, and service are con-
sidered in choosing members. Impressive campus cere-
monies are held each semester to initiate new members.
Composed of the school officers and representatives
of all the various organizations, the Executive Council
works together to serve Stonewall and to guide all its
Executive Council. First Row: M. Taylor, B. Fields, P. Hendrickson, P. Gentry, B. Wall, M. Riley, J. Lynn, M. Grimmett, C. Wheeler
Second Row: R. Thacker, N. Kelfer, D. Warner, J. McCutcheon, B. Kelly, B. McGinnis, N. Walker, B. Goff, M. Thompson. Third Row:
M. Ebbin, B. Himes, F. Taylor, D. Beck, J. Smith, B. Watson, J. Dent, D. Savage, J. Meador. Fourth Row: D. Griflith, B. McClure, L.
Hemmings, B. Tweedy, G. Thompson, C. Jividen, N. Carr, B. McWhorter.
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Student Council. First Row: M. Ebin, J. Hitt, M. Thompson, B. Goff, J. Smith, F. Taylor, M. Riley, B. Fields, N. Keffer, J. Lynn C
Wheeler. Second Row: B. Watson, B. Hines, P. Gentry, J. McCutcheon, B. Wall, R. Thacker. Third Row: D. Jones, B. Tweedy B
McWhortor, C. Jividen, L. Hemmings, B. McClure, N. Carr, D. Griftiths. '
"All those in favor say ayeg opposed likewise." These
words ring out through the halls of Stonewall as the
Student Council, consisting of school and class officers
and headed by the president, Frank Taylor, vote on
another issue. This group renders many valuable serv-
ices to the student body including publishing the school
directory, sponsoring the paper store, being in charge
of assemblies and finding lost things and losing found
things. Many social events are planned by this import-
ant organization which is sponsored by Miss Cheesman.
Quill and Scroll, an international honor society for
high school journalists, inducts new members annually.
Here at Stonewall, Quill and Scroll is under the capable
leadership of Miss Mary Kennedy and Mr. Stuart
Quill and Scroll. Seated: S. Leonard, D. Park, M. Kincaid, M. Ross, P. Lanham. Standing: B. Coulter, M. Burrus, J. Ray, R. Baird
J. Burgess, E. Strock, J. Meador.
A Capella Choir. First Row: W. Jacobson, V. Burdette, E. Titlow, P. Hess, P. Smith, S. McClure, M. Hundley, J. Cook, N. Smith. Second
Row: N. Louft, R. Songer, E. Bachelder. R. Holdren, J. Burford, A. Lewis, J. Hendricks, E. Means, J. Mullins.
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I hear music! lt's fifth period, and from room 317
come the harmonizing voices of the ACappella Choir.
Songs which have echoed through the old house many
times, echo through the halls of Stonewall for the first
time. ACappella Choir includes about twenty boys and
girls, picked from the boy's and girls' chorus, who par-
ticipate in special engagements and All-State and All-
County Chorus. It is directed by Miss Thomasson.
Mr. Loar, the able director of the band and majorettes,
also supervises the tuneful activities of the school or-
chestra. Many noteworthy school affairs are keynoted
by the earful strains coming from this musical group.
As the curtain goes down and the lights go on, a burst
of applause greets the members of the Boys' and Girls'
Chorus who have just presented the Operetta, "A Waltz
Boys' Glee Club: A. French, R. Songer, E. Bachelder, E. Means, R. Holdren, J. Burford, L. Alexander, J. Hendricks, B. Conner, D. Reyn
olds, A. Lewis, J. Marshall.
Orchestra. First Row: C. Craig. Second Row: D. Cole, M. Bedell, S. Leonard, D. Cole, M. Persohnn. Third Row: C. Kopple, B
Thurston, R. Conner, B. Layden, R. Spencer, D. Cunningham, R. Thomas, B. Casto, T. Ashmore. Fourth Row: L. Daugherty, Mr
Loar, J. Glover, D. Stalder, N. Griffee, A. McCamey, B. McCallister, L. Alexander, V. Hanna.
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Girls Glee Club. First Row: V. Matheny, C. Kincaid, S. Tennant, B. Mullins, S. Hilliard, T. Allender, B. Rupert, D. Bailes, P. Webster,
J. Bailes, Second Row: D. Matthews, B. Golf, S. Kelly, B. Cavender, B. Jarrett, L. Sturgon, C. Kopple, B. Smith, E. Walker, C. Michael.
Third Row: M. Morgan, S. Clovis, E. Dean, N. Lang, C. Pendell, J. Phillips, B. Spradling, M. Blizzard, L. Pauley.
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F. H. A. First. Row: P. Hall, B. Jones, B. Carter, D. Warner, B. McGinnis, S. Leonard, C. Shaver, E. Titlow, N. Naylor. Second Row:
A. Spencer, P. Price, S. St. Clair, Z. Staats, C. Pendell, N. Oates, L. Pauley, J. White, C. Boling, P. Walters. Third Row: P. Webster,
M. Grimmett, F. Sevy, P. Hess, B. Reveal, H. McPherson, A. Cottrill, E. Strock, J. Walker, S. McClain. Fourth Row: J. White, P.
Harpold, C. Woodall, D. Newhouse, C. Hanly, N. Umberger, M. Farnsworth, N. Johnson, B. Smith, C. Michael, J. Metford. Fifth Row:
J. Hornor, P. Waybright, E. Carney, S. Duff, E. Walker, C. Dodd, N. Armstrong, M. Schaefer, S. Older, P. Shumate. Sixth Row: F.
Lloyd, S. Hall, M. Stevens, J. Bailey, J. Vineyard, N. Wallace, C. Ranson, S. Anderson, J. Wolfe, J. Vineyard.
Under the Sponsorship of Mrs. Faircloth, the Y-TeenS Future Homemakers have contril uted much to Stone-
devote themselves to the task of creating, maintaining, wa11'S SUCCESS in the PaS'C YSHFS- Ulliier the SpO11SOrShip
and extending high standards of Christian character. Of M155 ROSQ, the Club has engaged ifl VHUOUS HCtiVitieS,
Among their projects were sending chocolate bars among which were decorating a Christmas Tree in
overseas and badly needed clothing to Japan, participat- the front hall, sending cookies in gaily decorated coffee
ing in the hanging of the greens, and presenting World cans to Marmet Crippled Children's Hospital, and pro-
Day of Prayer program, moting ticket sales for the Minstrel.
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F. l-I. A. Oiiiicers. B. Jones, N. Naylor, E. Titlow, B. Carter, S. Leonard, B. McGinnis, P. Hall, C. Shaver, D. Warner.
Y-Teens. First Row: S. Walker, E. Walker, L. Rollins, N. Doll, M. Givens, S. Olaker, C. Calabrese, M. Bird, F. Sevy, K. Vaughn, C. Cork
hill. Second Row: J. Monrow, H. Dixon, S. Mays, D. Roberts, M. Thompson, P. Walters, J.. Campbell, D. Warner, S. Leonard, B. Moales
M. Grimmett, P. Smith. Third Row: T. Allender, M. Ross, B. Miller, N. Jenkins, B. Cavender, N. White, S. Phillips, P. Hess, M. Farnsworth
D. Mace, P. Lanham, C. Boling. Fourth Row: W. Lambert, C. Brennernan, M. Taylor, M. Bornmann, C. Craig, M. Persohn, R. Spaulding,
M. Morgan, A. Staats, P. Lance, S. McClain, A. Huddy.
Second Picture. First Row: D. Harrick, N. Ocheltree, J. White, J. Sevy, S. Stonestreet, C. Michael, S. Kelly, S. Tennant, D. Matthews,
S. Edwards, B. Harrison, S. McCreery, L. Jarrell, D. Petry. Second Row: B. Cummings, M. Glass, A. Spencer, I. Conley, J. Smith, J.
Cook, N. Johnson, B. Coiner, B. Mullins, D. Carter, F. Stogden, M. Wilson, M. Stark. Third Row: S. Kish, S. Hash, E Titlow, M. Hoghton,
D. Jividen, C. Robinson, S. Whitley, J. Harmon, M. Legg, M. Kincaid, H. McPherson, S. Hatfield. Fourth Row: N. Hatfield, D. Har-
graves, J. Smith, S. Duff, D. Isnen, J. Walker, R. Layne, C. Clifton, C. Fore, M. Huffman, M. Cunningham, H. Montgomery, M. Darlington.
Third Picture. 'First Row: L. Haddad, P. Costo, J. Ingram, P. Shumate, J. Bird, S. Bowden, C. Woodall, K. Beddow, G. Wolfe, D.
Pauley, Sm1th,.B.. Bupp, B. Rupert. Second Row: D. Parsley, N. Clay, K. McWhorter, A. Johnson, M. Griffin, S. Stevens, R. Bowen,
K. Harrison, S. Hilliard, D. Raptis, M. Riley, C. Shaver, M. Pittman. Third Row: B. Brady, B. Crowder, L. Hanna, S. Radford, S.
Stonestreet, E. Carney, P. Evans,..S. Armstrong, B. Reveal, B. Fowler, A. Cottrill, M. O'Del1, N. Henry. Fourth Row: L. Tate, C. Meadows
C. Jarrett, L. Sigmon, S. McDowell, D. Hickman, D. Smith, N. Nutter, M. McDonald, B. Dolan, E. Daugherty, P. Shaffer, J. Wheeler M
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Gym Leaders. First Row: A. Bew, S. Kish, G. Bruni, C. Bennett, W. McCoy, D. Polston. Second Row: M. Stevens, J. Williams, J.
King, P. Gunnoe, J. Harmon, P. Withrow, C. Skeens. Third Row: Miss Drasnin, B. Bupp, A. Woodrum, E. Lanham, B. Moales, G. Edens,
G. A. A. First Picture. First Row: K. Beddow, J. Hornor, M. Stevens, M. Taylor, R. Thacker, Miss Drasnin, B. Wall, R. Layne, B.
Burgher, A. Woodrum, N. Cofiin, S. Kish. Second Row: R. Newberry, C. Crowder, C. Skeens, P. Duke, S. Jeffries, C. Fore, E. Jordan,
J. King, G. Holmes, P. Withrow, C. Jarrett, I. Jones. Third Row: M. Vandergriff, A. Carte, C. Sigmon, E. Titlow, B. Reveal, S. Holmes,
J. Vineyard, S. Roberts, H. Larch, J. Vineyard, V. Rhodes, L. Mullins, B. Rhodes. Fourth Row: D. Carter, S. Winemiller, M. Farns-
worth, J. Abbitt, P. Lance, D. Hash, E. Jackson, J. Williams, V. Heater, J. Lynn, S. Older, P. Lanham, D. Harrick.
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G. A. A. Second Picture. First Row: K. Matheny, N. Watkins, C. Boling, N. Keffer, C. Hanley, C. Dodd, E. Strock, P. Gunnoe, M.
Hall, M. Eskew, M. Cummings, B. Coulter, J. Baker. Second Row: J. Boggs, C. Wheeler, E. Miller, L. Casebolt, J. Summerfield, W. Mc-
Coy, S. Leonard, N. Walker, D. Withrow, P. Newcomber, D. Perkins, M. Bupp, M. Riley. Third Row: G. Bruni, B. Buckley, B. Jones,
B. Harmon, B. Dunlap, P. Hall, J. Harmon, F. Wilson, D. Raptis, S. Looper, S. McClain, P. Walter, C. Shaver. Fourth Row: C. Craig,
D. Warner, G. Burdette, B. Carter, A. Staats, J. Mefford, S. Phillips, M. Legg, M. Kincaid, J. Walker, B. Monday, B. Fridley, J.
Wolfe, N. Simon.
Gym leaders conduct physical education classes under
the supervision of Miss Drasnin. A few of their duties
include attending to equipment and keeping the gym-
nasium clean. The familiar cry heard echoing through
the gymnasium is 'tfall in". This is the gym leaders
signal for class attention and roll call.
Headed by Miss Gertrude Drasnin, the Girls' Athletic
Association sponsors unforgettable square dances for
the entire school. Playnights, outings, and intramural
sports are some of the members' activities. Entertain-
ment is not the only purpose of the G. A. A. Each
member strives to attain a better attitude and better
ideals of sportsmanship. With Miss Drasnin's aid, they
usually reach their goal.
Few people realize that the cheerleaders are the
inspiring spirit behind all the intense enthusiasm at
Stonewall Jackson. People throughout the Kanawha
Valley give recognition to the students for the way they
back their school teams. The cheerleaders should be
especially commended for their good work.
Cheerleaders: J. Boggs, P. Gentry, C. Fore, B. Wall, P. Hall.
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F. B. L. A. First Picture. First Row: B. Kelly, B. Brady, S. Poling, S. Bowden, H. Montgomery, G. Blessing, B. McCutcheon, D. Har-
graves. Second Row: N. Armstrong, N. Hatfield, M. Cunningham, M. Hunnicutt, D. Bryant, S. Winemiller, J. Williams, S. Holmes.
Third Row: C. Feazell, J. Mullins, C. Williams, J. Hein, P. Casto, N. Simon, D. Perkins, P. Withrow, M. Clendenen. Fourth Row: B.
Rogers, B. Dunlap, N. Duckworth, B. Fowler, L. Holmes, F. Hudkins, B. Monday, C. Beaver, R. Layne. Fifth Row: G. Bruni, G. Bon-
ham, N. Burnem, P. Newcomber, J. Sigmon, J. Santee, P. Gunnoe, C. Skeen, J. Ellis. Sixth Row: J. Johnson, C. Christian, J. Gibson,
J. Burford, M. Taylor, M. Cummings, S. Stonestreet, M. Ingram, B. Spradling.
F. B. L. A. Second Picture. First Row: B. Coulter, N. Ocheltree, Z. Staats, M. Salamie, 'D. Park, M. Hall, M. Thomas, R. Moore, P.
Casdorph, J. Baker. Second Row: E. Miller, B. Shamblin, J. Harper, J. King, M. Schaeffer, V. Burdette, D. Mace, J. Dodd, G. Wolfe.
Third Row: M. Vandergriff, E. Hendrickson, B. Slider, J. Snodgrass, D. Sharp, A. Cottrill, B. Reveal, P. Layne, H. Haynes, J. Ashby.
Fourth Row: P. Evans, G. Holmes, L. Haddad, A. Buck, R. Reed, H. McPherson, A. Casdorph, P. Carpenter, M. Parson. Fifth Row:
B. Fridley, K. Harrison, N. Casto, G. Edens, S. Jenkins, V. Rhodes, J. Gaylor, P. Ice, B. Hill. Sixth Row: L. Robinson, D. Whaley, B.
Dodd, W. Russell, S. Rider, B. Rider, B. Moales.
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Have you heard the saying "busy as a beaver"? Well,
this is typical of the Future Business Leaders of Amer-
ica. The purpose of this organization is the fact that
the future of America depends upon mutual under-
standing and cooperation of business, industry, labor
and the church. It teaches the student to take responsi-
bility for carrying out assigned tasks in a manner that
will refiect credit to himself. It trains him to work
eiiiciently and to think clearly.
Future Teachers of America, sponsored by Mrs.
Lucille Armstrong, presented to a select group the
movie entitled, "What Greater Gift". Other activities
of the year included a weekend at a state conference at
Jackson's Mill for club representatives. Organized to
further interest in teaching as a career, F. T. A. pro-
vides interesting meetings Which the students plan and
in which the members take an active part.
F. T. A. Seated: H. Dixon, F. Sevy, M. Ross, C. Boling, N. Miller, S. Anderson. Standing: S. Roberts, J. Campbell, N. Walker, L
Rollins, M. Moyer, C. Flesher, J. Walker, S. Leonard, B. Boch.
l-Ii-Y. First Row: Mr. Steadman, D. Rice, J. Heavener, J. Meador, P. Heavener, J. Keiffer. Second Row: D. Kerns, B. Cantrell, A
McCamey, L. Carter, L. Grayson, R. Ailstock, T. Tompkins. Third Row: J. Cook, K. Thurston, G. Suttler, C. Tinsley, V. Ware, E. White
Hi-Y, one of Stonewallis most active organizations,
is sponsored by Mr. George Steadman, Dean of Boys.
We are indebted to this group of active boys for our
noted Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies.
Their purpose is to create throughout school and com-
munity high standards of Christian character.
Participation in sports is the main object of the Var-
sity Club. Earning a letter in one of the four sports,
football, basketball, baseball or track entitles a boy to
membership in this organization. Under the capable
athletic direction of the coaches, Russ Parsons, Pud
Hudson, and Ferg Ginnakis, these athletes bring Stone-
wall to victory time and time again before the cheering
fans in the stands.
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Varsity Club: First Row: J. Smithers, B. Tweedy, D. Hundley, R. Farley, G. O'Dell, B. Boschian, A. Grifliths, C. Evans, J. Smith. Second
Row: I. Hartman, R. Blizzard, D. Norman, H. Forbes, R. Staab, F. Hoferer, H. Summers, B. Faulknier. Third Row: C. Donvan, H. Sum-
mers, F. Ballard, D. Jones, K. Burdette, B. McWhorter, N. Carr, Fourth Row: P. Grandal, M. Miller, B. Wells, L. Harper, B. Reber, L.
Hemmings, P. Watkins, F. Martin. Fifth Row: B. Morgan, D. Ballangee, C. Summers, B. McClure, D. Griffith, R. Klamer, B. Darnell, E.
Ramsey, J. Kiser. Sixth Row: T. Bailey, H. Hannick, C. Simpson, J. Laughlin, B. Downs, B. Parsons, R. Young.
Social Studies Council. First Row: L. Simon, S. Turner, S. Jordan, S. Kish, C. Brenneman, B. Moales, P. Walters, S. Kelley, A. Bew, M.
Eskew, G. Wolfe. Second Row: S. Mallory, M. Glass, M. O'Dell, P. Gentry, J. Boggs, S. Waggy, M. Lilly, N. Hatfield, B. Sparks, C. Guthrie,
B. Bowles.Third Row: R. Thom, D. Savage, J. Warner, B. McClure, A. McCamey, C. Casto, K. Burdette, J. Morton, C. McCollam.
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The Social Studies
Council is composed of
two representatives elec-
ted each semester from
all history classes: World
history, A m e r i c a n his-
tory, and problems of de-
mocracy. One of the most
useful tasks that this busy
club has accomplished 2
has been the registration
of voters for school offi-
cers. fSee rightj
Four very prominent members on the Jour-
nal staff this year are fleft to rightj Peggy
Lanham, first semester editorg Ann Wood-
rum, associate editorg Jim Meador, second
semester co-editorg and Jane Campbell,
associate editor. These executives supervise
the bi-monthly publication.
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"Have you got it yet?" This is a normal question
around Stonewall every other Friday morning when
the Jackson Journals are distributed. Peggy Lanham
edited the paper during the first semester and Jim
Meador and Elaine Strock were co-editors for the second
semester. Mr. Stuart P. Armstrong is advisor.
Associate editors are Jane Campbell, Nancy White,
and Ann Woodrum. Judy Hornor and Shirley Roberts
are news editors while Nancy Louft, Margaret Moyer,
and Nancy Walker have the editorial page. Sports are
handled by David Savage.
Students who work on the Journal comprise a home-
room which devotes the homeroom periods to Journal
work. The Jackson Journal has won every possible
honor, including Columbia Scholastic Press Association
Medalist, Quill and Scroll International Honor, and All
Columbia Advertising Honors.
The big edition of the Journal is the one which comes
out at Christmas time. It is composed of about two
hundred pages and is in magazine form.
Besides the publishing of the school newspaper, the
Journal staff also sponsors the semi-annual Jackson
Jollities and the two classical piano concerts. All in all,
the Journal staff is very busy and enthusiastic group.
On the spot and ready for action are these
Hve energetic and dependable boys of the
308 staff. Left to right, they are David
Savage, sports editor, Donald Gilbert, staff
assistantg Fred Himes, circulation manager,
Glen Thompson, art editor, and Paul Hea-
vener, Journal photographer.
Looking over the latest Journal which is
"hot off the press" are Judy Hornor, news
editor, Nancy Louft and Nancy Walker,
editorial page editorsg Bob Preisman and
Charles Casto, assistant sports editors.
Here are the Journal's "jacks of all trades",
Lois Rollins and Frank Taylor, helpers,
Nancy White, associate editorg and Marcia
Glass working on ads and subscriptions,
trying to make the deadline for the Christ-
mas issue of the Jackson Journal.
All journalists strive to express main
thoughts in their headlines. Working on
headlines in the sport section are Margaret
Moyer, editorial page editorg Ann Staats.
business manager and Ann Casdorph, Jour-
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J erry Ray
Harold Bibb, Eddie Bird, Barbara Buckley, Robert Can-
trell, Mary Chandler, Carrie Crowder, Clara Dodd, Bill Fast,
Lloyd Grayson, Bettie Harmon, Nancy Henry, Patsy Ice,
Ellen Jackson, Peggy Layne, Shelbia Looper, Judy McCut-
cheon, Betty Miller, Nancy Naylor, Sue Older, Linda Park,
Gene Runyan, Betty Shamblin, Carolyn Shaver, Phyllis
Shumate, Mary Lou Summers, Eloise Titlow, Freddie Tow,
Pat Wallace, Doris Warner, Nancy Watkins, Dawna Whaley,
Dolores Withrow, Greta Wolfe.
Ben Mahmoud, Lynn Bedell, and Helen Dixon, art editors, prepare drawings which add so much to the J acksonian.
A typical scene as the staff works diligently to prepare the Jacksonian for press.
Staff eef eadfine or elzwood edition
"I am sorry but you will have to leaveg I am closing
the building now." "But we have a deadline to meet by
tomorrow," is the anguished reply of the staff. Copy and
layouts disappear, and what about the ads that were to
be in by the first of March? The days seem to pass as
the pressing deadline for the publication of the year-
book draws near. May comes, and the 1953 JACKSO-
NIAN is handed out to the anxiously waiting students.
What was that sound? Only the JACKSONIAN staff
exhaling a happy sigh of relief that the job and the fun
of publishing "The Glenwood Edition" is finished.
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Executive Department. Seated in the foreground: C. Boling, S. Leonard, J. Ray. Seated in the second row: B. Coulter, D. Park, H. Mont
gomery, S. McClain, S. Phillips, A. Huddy. Standing: J. Burgess, B. Slider, J. Dodd.
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First Row: J. Hartman, D. Griffith, E. Ramsey, E. Evans, F. Ballard, R. Staab, N. Carr, B. McWhorter, H. Summers, B. Downs, J. Smith
Second Row: H. White, B. McClure, R. Blizzard, D. Hall, B. Wells, G. Schade, C. Parkins, D. Mayes, B. Parsons, C. Simpson, B. Boschian
Third Row: F. Hart, B. Hines, B. Thompson, S. Mazzella, C. Clendenen, C. Morgan, G. Douglas, R. Young, R. Klamer, P. Grandal, E
Miller. Fourth Row: F. Lovell, B. Smith, K. Smith, A. Rectenwald, P. Wells, B. Kelly, B. Shea, N. Williamson, D. Ballengee, M. Leroy
M. Jarrett. Fifth Row: M. Wells, B. Gillespie, L. Ashworth, N. Stumbo, J. Tramell, B. Wheeler, B. Darnell, H. Clark, D. Norman, T
Carte, D. Perrow. Sixth Row: C. Reedy-manager, J. Luthy, A. Cottrill, L. King, J. Derrick, L. Botkins, G. Watson, O. McKinney, F. Ham
rick, T. Bailey-manager, F. Hoferer. Seventh Row: Coach "Pud" Hutson, Coach Russ Parsons, and Coach Ferg Giannakis.
"Let's get in there and fight!"
Griffith to Ballengee pass scores tally that trips Mt. Lions.
GRIFFITH WINS STATE KENNEDY AWARD
GENERALS BRING HOME ELK BUCKET
Don Griffith, ace quarterback and co-captain of the
Generals, was named state winner of the Kennedy
Award, which is presented to West Virginia's most
outstanding high school football player each year. He
was named over many other gridiron stars of the
state because of his exceptional passing ability and
For the first time in three years the Generalites of
Stonewall brought home the Elk Bucket. It was
a joyous'occasion when the bucket was received by
Mr. Hill in behalf of the student body. We find that
the bucket was worth waiting for and hope to decor-
ate our trophy case with it for many years to come.
Enthused followers carry Coach Parsons off the field after West Happy SJ D1aY91'S Tip Ch3f1GSt0D COIOTS from the Old Elk Bucket-
Buddy Boschian skirts right end for a sizable gain.
Don Griffith shows Speed which helps make him an all-state back.
Determination replaces size as Boschian smashes through East Bank line.
"Daring Don" picks up several yards on end around play.
GENER-ALS AND LOGAN BATTLE
TO A 6-6 TIE
Opening their grid season at Logan,
the Generals found a keyed up Wild-
cat delegation but managed to gain
a 6-6 tie. The Wildcats scored first
by downing an S. J. punt and then
marching forty-five yards to paydirt.
The Generals lone tally came in the
second quarter when Griiiith scored
from the two on a quarterback sneak.
GENERALS DOWN LINSLEY 26-13
Stonewall downed a stubborn Lins-
ley eleven 26-13. The Generals scored
in the opening period, but trailed at
half-time 13-7. Stonewall came back
to tie the score in the third quarter
on Jim Smith's seven yard sprint. In
the final period Linsley couldn't keep
pace with the S. J. machine, and went
down to defeat as the Generals scored
two more TD's.
S. J. AND ASHLAND DEADLOCK
WITH 7-7 TIE
A well balenced Ashland Tom Cat
eleven played Stonewall to a 7-7 tie.
The Generals scored first on a pass
from quarterback Griffith to end Sum-
mers, and Hartman added the extra
point. Ashland scored later in the
same period. In the second half both
teams went scoreless. Although the
Generals scored, the play was called
GEN ERALS SMOTHER
The Generals, played one of their
better games of the season, defeating
a strong and well coached Huntington
Pony Express eleven by the tune of
38-7. GrifTith's sparkling pass comple-
tions and Frank Ballard's aggressive
line play helped provide the victory
and roll up the highest point output of
the season for the Scarlet Scourge.
WEIRTON SPANKS S. J. 47-18
After a hectic battle the Generals
came out on the short end of a 47-18
score with a rough and powerful Red
Rider eleven. Displaying an early
scoring punch Weirton rolled up a 20-7
half-time lead, and proceeded to keep
up the torrid pace during the second
half. Stonewal1's Simpson was S. J.'s
only bright spot, as the substitute
quarterback scored 2 TD's.
GENERALS DOWN EAST 14-12
The Generals had to come from
behind to down a determined Hun-
tington aggregation, 14-12. After'East
had scored twice in the first quarter,
the Generals came back strong in the
second stanza to score two TD's in five
minutes, and this provided the win-
ning margin. The second half was a
defensive battle staged in the mud by
GENERALS BOW TO FAIRMONT
A strong Polar Bear machine, spark-
ed by their ace quarterback Johnny
Bruzzy, defeated the Generals 21-20.
All three Fairmont touchdowns re-
sulted from S. J. fumbles and inter-
cepted passes. Stonewall's TD's came
on a fifty yard gallop by Bobby Downs,
and two pass completions by Griffith
to Henry Summers and Dewey Bal-
GENERALS UPSET BIG REDS 13-6
Embarrassing a favored Parkers-
burg eleven, the Generals downed the
Big Reds 13-6. Parkersburg scored
the initial tally but failed to convert
the extra point. A Stonewall drive,
climaxed by a pass to Boschian, scored
S. J .'s Hrst tallyg and Griff1th's sensa-
tional run completed the scoring for
the night, giving the Generals a joyful
GENERALS SURPRISE MOUNTAIN
The Scarlet Scourge surprised a
talented and colorful C h a r l e s to n
eleven by the score of 14-7. The Mt.
Lions started things off with a touch-
down in the Hrst quarter, but the
Generals rallied, to tie at half time. A
defensive battle took place in the third
quarter, but a Charleston fumble set
the stage for a Griffith to Ballengee
S. J. CLOSES SEASON DEFEATING
Winding up the '52 season, the Gen-
erals walloped the East Bank Pioneers
to the tune of 26-7. Although the Gen-
erals have had better won and lost
records in the past, the team ranked
as one of the more powerful squads
of the state, defeating such teams as
Parkersburg, Charleston, Wheeling
Linsley, and Huntington.
Boschian drives through Charleston line.
Griffith dances around right end.
Boschian plows through on a handoff from Griffith.
"Get out of my way," says Hartman, 'Tm coming through
askefeers xce IZ fool'
First Row: Ronald Hart, Rat Thom, Jon Watkins, Ike Hartman, Allyn Griffiths, Frank Martin. Second Row: Coach Hutson, Jim Mad-
dox, George O'Dell. Third Row: Joe Kiser, Jim Craft, Kenny Burdette, Don Grifiith, Jack Smithers, Chuck Simpson, Bill Morgan.
Fourth Row: Bill Lance, Bob Smith, Bill McClure, Jim Laughlin, Larry Hemmings, Bob Tweedy, Richard Legg.
Team S. J. Opp.
Elkview T .oooooo .103 36
Alumni 7oo7o,,o 5 85 70
St. Albans H . 73 54
Clendenin t 99 87
Dunbar .5 ,oso . 72 57
Charleston ooot 62 71
Parkersburg 5 A , 72 55
East Bank ,,,,c.o 5 49 55
South Charleston 65 67
DuPont ,. , 88 77
St. Albans H . 82 48
Dunbar t 86 39
Catholic ece5,,o ,, 69 52
Charleston ,. , . 65 74
Huntington East A s,5s , T 97 87
Huntington High . leeeet T 83 59
Nitro t tttt c ttt,t 85 52
South Charleston 70 59
East Bank 5t.5 80 49
Clendenin tt,t . to tttttt 90 56
Elkview t,tt t,,t 8 5 7 94 67
Dunbar , l,,ttttt . ttt, , 98 64
Nitro c ttttttt 5, ,,t,,5 . t ttt. .. T 77 65
South Charleston .. ttttt,tt 57 66
GENERALS SHOW ABILITY
Under the coaching of Clyde "Pud"
Hutson, the Generals completed a suc-
cessful season with a record of 18 Wins
and 5 losses. They ranked third in
the K. V. C. with a 13-4 record pre-
ceded by Charleston and South Char-
leston, who handed them three of their
four defeats. The fourth loss came at
the hands of a determined East Bank
quintet. Outside the conference, the
Generals had a perfect record, de-
feating Parkersburg, Huntington East,
and Huntington High.
The Generals swept through the
sectionals defeating Dunbar 98-64 and
Nitro 77-65. In the regionals the Gen-
erals, branded as the darkhorse of the
tournament, met a well balanced
South Charleston quintet and were
This year's regular team consisted
of Jerry "Ike" Hartman, Bob Tweedy,
Jim Laughlin, Larry Hemmings,
Frank Martin and Allyn Grifiiths.
ifffe enemfs Qrove ersafife
First Row: Jim Dent, Tom Carte, Barry Hines, Harold White, Sammy Dye. Second Row: Bob Darnell, Ralph Rutledge, Dewey Ballengee
Lefty Jones, Raymond Myers, Freddy Shane. Third Row: Sammy Parrish, Bill Kelly, George Schade, Bill McClure, Bob Smith, Bill
Gillespie, Ferg Giannakis.
Under the superb coaching
of Ferg Giannakis the Little
Generals ended their 1952 and
1953 cage season with a record
of 17-3. The Genreals, com-
posed of sophomores and
juniors, showed great promise
for the future, as they piled up
a 71.3 average per game and a
total season output of 1425
points. Stalwarts for the Little
Generals were Bill McClure,
who scored 360 points in 15
games for a 24 point average,
and Bob Smith, whose 44
points were the highest ever
scored by any B team or var-
sity player at Stonewall. Smith
scored 293 points in 16 games
for an 18.3 average. Defeating
the Generals were Charleston
East Bank, and Clendenin. The
B's under Giannakis have
showed fine cooperation and
aggresiveness and have the
making of a great varsity team
in the future.
Giannakis shows McClure, Smith and White the finer
points of the game.
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Track Squad. First Row: Manager, J. McDavid, D. Atkins, R. Hargus, E. Johnson, J. Pritt, H. Forbes, H. Summers, C. Simpson, R. Stover,
B. Downs, W. Reber, J. Young. Second Row: B. Boschian, E. Miller, J. McCormick, D. Perrow, D. Griffith, R. Blizzard, R. Staab, J. Hart-
man, A. Griffith, J. Smith, B. Parsons, F. Lovell, Manager F. Hoferer. Third Row: Coach Ferg Giannakis, Manager H. Hamrick, P. Watkins,
B. Watson, R. Spencer, G. Sutler, C. Morgan, K. Burdette, L. Hemmings, W. Ramsey, R. Klamer, B. McWhorter, T. Bailey, N. Carr, T.
Mazzella, K. Atkins. Fourth Row: S. Anderson, T. Given, H. Clark, B. Latendre, J. Long, N. Sturnbo, J. Brightwell, B. Caldwell, G. Douglas,
F. Fuller, T. Asbury, M. Kesmodel, B. Isaac.
elzemfs 80,0 Sfraiqkf
Stonewall closed an un-
defeated season, winning the
following eight meets by
Big Four Track Meet
Beckley J. C. Invitational
Ohio Valley Night Relays
State Track Meet
Sleepy Glenn congratulates Coach Russ Parsons on Stonewall's win-
ning its Hfth consecutive State Track Championship.
Winning the state cham-
pionship for the fifth consec-
utive year, the Stonewall
Jackson thinclads establish-
ed a new West Virginia re-
cord. Under the coaching of
Russ Parsons, Ferg Gianna-
kis, and Landon Hamilton,
the Generals were unsur-
passed throughout the sea-
son. This ran their victory
string to 19 consecutive
track meets in which they
competed against schools in
Ohio, Kentucky, and West
Virginia. High point man for
Stonewall this year in every
meet was Bobby Downsg
also outstanding was Henry
Summers, who broke the
Shot Put record in the Ga-
zette Relays. Many other
Stonewall track men piled
up valuable points by cop-
ping second and third places
in many of the events, and
thus helping to make vic-
Perrow and Grifiiths glide smoothly over the hurdles. Henry Summers breaks the Sh0t Put !'9C0I'd-
Grihiths, Atkins, Simpson, and Grandall are big factors in Hartman, Downs, and Johnson prepare for a fast start
S. J.'s success.
Stonewa11's Bobby Downs beats Parkersburg's Jimmy Bush in a
hard fought race.
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Ike Hartman warms up on the hurdles before the State Track Meet
Staab and Summers work out with the shot.
Baseball Team. First Row: G. Bloss, R. Klamer, J. Lawhorn, J. Doyle J. Hamric, J. Jones, D. Miller. Second Row: R. Farley, L. Harper,
C. Swigger, J. Smithers, H. Summers, D. Wells, B. Fulkner. Third Row: D. Hundley, D. Jones, C. Donavan, V. Barazzone, J. Laughlin, B
Morgan, R. Young. Fourth Row: D. Lee, Manager, D. Jones, M. Miller, F. Martin, H. Landrith, Manager, B. Reber, Coach Hutson.
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Team S. J. Opp.
Dunbar ..... .... ..... 1 0 2
St. Albans ...... 8 0
Charleston ....... 9 0
Huntington ....... 8 5
Catholic ......... .......... 1 6 1
East Bank ......... ....... 6 1
Catholic . ..v..... ....... 8 4
Charleston ,...,., 5 10
East Bank .,.,.,. 1 3
Dunbar ,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,..... .,.,.,. 4 0
South Charleston ...... ....... 2 3
Nitro .......................... ........... l 8 1
South Charleston ...... ....... 2 3
Sissonville ......,.., ........... 1 l 0
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Poca ....., , . 8 2
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Under the superb coaching of Clyde
"Pud" Hutson the Stonewall Jackson
Generals ended their schedule of 1953,
with third place in the Kanawha Val-
ley Conference, only two games off
the pace of the leader, East Bank. The
Generals started the season in full
swing, winning seven straight before
being defeated by Charleston, East
Bank, and twice by South Charleston.
The Scarlet and Gray team entered
the sectionals with a bang, beating
Poca 2-1 and 8-2 but slumped in the
regionals, losing to a strong Pioneer
team from East Bank. Composing the
General's snappy infield were first
baseman, Jack Smithersg spark plug,
Rick Farley at second, Slugger, Gary
Bloss, at short stop, Harold Summers
at third, with Dick Wells catching.
Outfielders were Jack Lawhorn, Den-
ver Miller, Eugene Klamer, Johnny
Hamric, and Hobie Harrison. Making
up the pitching staff were Jack Jones,
Don Hundley, Jack Doyle, Charlie
Donovan, and Bob Price.
All in all the Generals turned in
a fine season record of 13-5.
Stonewa11's ace pitcher, Jack J ones Rick Farley batting, Wells catching Jack Doyle, Stonewa11's Sal Maglie
Coach Hutson gives batting instructions to Lennis, Bob, and Charley
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Features in my time were few and far
between-perhaps a barn dance or a
quilting party. Today's high school students
participate in assemblies, plays, operettas,
minstrels. dances. and manv other activities
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Sparkling sonthern belle is Jane Lynn., this year's "Miss Stonewall Jacksonn. Along with being a member of the Student Council, Jane is
a high stepping Scarlet and Gray majorette of this year's championship corps. She has attended every S. J . football game since the sixth
grade, thus showing the strong feeling for Stonewall. Jim Cook was the escort for this pretty miss.
Barbara a popular miss at Stonewall, participates in many
school activities, but cheerleading seems to top her list. Love-
ly Judy McCutcheon is assistant head majorette, among her
many other activities. She has a winning smile that puts her
on top. Petite Joyce Boggs is head cheerleader and an active
student with a friendly greeting for everyone. Pat is a most
talented belleg she participates in many extra-curricular
activities and heads the S. J. Majorette Corps. The belle with
a bubbling personality is Peggy Hall, one of S. J .'s attractive
Miss Barbara Wall-Attendant
cheerleaders. She is active around Stonewall.
Miss Judy McCutcheon-Attendant .f
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Luz aff e Luzior- efzior rom
Upper left: Enjoying the refresh-
ments at the punch bowl are Con-
nee Crowder, Carolyn Shaver, and
Carol Fore. Upper right: Mary,
John, Carolyn, and Jim waltz
dreamily. Center: Dancing the pop-
ular jitterbug are Beverly Bupp
and Charles Naseef. Lower left:
Fran and Dale smile gaily at their
many friends. Lower right: Acting
as master of ceremonies is popular
Pretty girls! Handsome boys!
Fun galore! On May 17th, the
spotlight shone on dancing
couples at the Junior-Senior
Prom, where glittering stars
and white picket fence were
symbolic of a beautiful May
evening at Jackson Heights.
Above: Ben Mahmoud is shown receiv-
ing a S10 reward from Miss Hillabold for
his prize poster on the United Nations.
Peggy Gentry, president of the Social
Studies Council, looks on. Below: Frank
Taylor wins a third plaque in the Ameri-
can Legion oratorical contest. Frank won
his first on the theme "Our Constitution,
Worth Having, Worth Keeping" in the
ninth grade. His second plaque was re-
ceived in the tenth grade.
Head maJorette Patty Hendrlck
Abovei Looking over the prize winning
'52 Jacksonian are last years' art editors,
Don Lee and Richard Bartlettg last year's
editors, Barbara Carney and Patsy Car-
ter, and present editor, Roger Baird.
Below: Our own lovely Sue Hatfield is
presented flowers after being chosen
"Miss Flame Queen" of the annual Fire-
son is receiving the awards
from Mr. Hill for the S. J.
part in the majorette fes-
tival. The other lovely
ma 'orettes share the
ffgazfber of the rr ev
"Father of the Bride," a comedy in three
acts, was presented by the junior class under
the capable direction of Mrs. Jean Bourne on
Upsetting a peaceful home, Kay Banks
brings the news of her engagement to Buck-
ley Dunstan. Kay and Buckley want a small
wedding, but the list grows and grows. Mr.
Banks becomes more and more distraught.
Kay and Buckley argue, but he disappears.
He returns, however, and they decide to have
any kind of wedding. In the midst of the con-
fusion and uproar, Mr. Banks and Kay leave
for the church.
Top Left: Kay Banks reveals her wedding
plans to the family at the breakfast table. '
Top Right: "Mr, Banks," says Miss Bellamy,
"I agree with Lincoln, 'A house divided
against itself cannot stand'." Center: The
cast have rest period as they talk over
plans for their class play.Bottom: Mr. Mas-
soula imagines he hears the music at the
reception, while Delilah fusses at one of
the florists about the mud on his feet.
Mr. Banks ...... ....,..... ..,,,.... L o well Casto
Mrs. Banks ,.....,
Kay Banks .,,.r..
Ben Banks ,....,........ ,.,,......, B ill Caldwell
Tommy Banks ,,..,.,,..c ........,. . Andy Percival
Buckley Dunstan ...,...,.,.,,l Robert Preisman
Buzzy Taylor, .....,.,.. r ...,.......,..r,r James Keiffer
Peggy Seift ,....., ..,.,. K aka Herbert Beddow
Delilah .....,.,,,..... ,.,,cc... ..,..... J u dy Horner
Miss Bellamy ..,,,.c ,..... C arolyn Hanly
Mr. Massoula ,....., v,,.l. . David Savage
Mr. Wisegold ,....r,
Tim's man ,... - ,...,,,r,
H Waltz reamn
"A Waltz Dream," gay, merry, oper-
etta, was presented by the mixed
chorus and orchestra, November 14,
1952. It was very capably directed by
Miss Eleanore Thomasson.
Top: The entire court assemble to greet the fiance
of Princess Helene. Center left: Princess Helene
sings to Niki of her true love for him. Bottom left:
Cafe chorus girls sing and dance for the guests.
Bottom right: Niki is trying to convince the king and
the ladies of the court that he loves Princess Helene.
Maximilian X-King of Sylvania
Princess Helena-his daughter Jerri Wilson
Prince Rupert-her cousin Jack Burford
Lieutenant Niki-Austrian officer
Kay Robinson-American artist
Princess Matilds-sister to the king
Lieutenant Montschi-Sylvanian soldier
Louisaf-a Dutchess r............YV... Lona Pauley
Betram Budgett-American eliiclency ex-
pert ............,.,...,......r...............,. Ed Bachelder
Count Sigismund ol' Sylvanlan Court
Nicholas of Sylvania Court
Fifi, a Chorus Girl .... .,.... .,..,..... ...A P a t Hess
Annerl-a chorus girl ,.... ..... P hoebe Smith
Lovely Miss Sharon Mallory was chosen
sophomore attendant. She is a substitute
majorette and will head next year's
corps. Her escort was Barry Hines.
Miss Peggy Hall reigns over Stone-
wall-Eastbank Grad game as Stone-
wall's first "Homecoming Queen." Her
escort is Jack Burford, and her attend-
ants are Margaret Riley and Sharon
Mallory. This event leaves an imprint
in her life that she will never forget.
Peggy is quite popular among her fel-
low students with her winning per-
sonality. She keeps school spirit at
its highest as one of the peppy Scarlet
and Gray Cheerleaders. She belongs
to Future Homemakers and is treas-
urer of the Girls Athletic Association.
Sports seem to be her hobby and she
lists swimming as the top sport. To her
the most important events around
Stonewall are the football gamesg for,
as you can tell, Peggy is always ready
Margaret Ann Riley, sweet SJ lass, mem-
ber of the Junior cheerleading squad was
chosen as junior attendent. She was es-
corted by Kenny Burdette.
Mr. Dana R. Ervin, principal of
East Bank High School, presents
the reigning queen and attendants
with a large bouquet. Mr. B. A.
Hill likewise honors 'tMiss Pio-
neer", Donna Lawson, and attend-
ants with chrysanthemums.
The excitement of the moment ap-
pears in the expressions of Sharon.
Margaret Ann and Peggyg while
on the other hand, Barry, Jack, and
Kenny show more concern about
.. ,writ .limi
The important queens have re-
ceived their bouquets and pose for
a final and memorable picture.
The boys look as if they are quite
pleased to be escorts to these lovely
frwqkf of cuzuary 16flZv
"There will be no interferences with
my witnesses, Mr. Stephens!"
"Larry, no, he can't be dead! I don't
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Mary Lee Grimmet
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Judge Heath ,,.. ...,.,,7l..,7,,.. 7,,,,777, J i mmy Meador
District Attorney Flint Y,,.l, ,,,v,..., F rank Taylor
'His Secretary ..,.,.,..,..7,7777 ,,.lA., S hirley Bowden
Defense Attorney o..o.., ,,,..,w D avid Kerns
I-hs Secretary ,,,,......7,,.
Clerk of the Court .l.,7,,. .,,,,v,,v,7.7, D avid Dawson
Karen Andre, ,,,,,7777, ,
Doctor Kirkland ,ll7l.,
Mrs. John Hutchens
Homer Van Fleet .,.s,
Elmer Sweeny Yw.,r, ,.
Nancy Lee Faulkner .....,,
. , Ben Mahmoud
7 ,,rs, Beverly Bupp
Magda Svenson, ,,,,,,s,,,s....,,,sr..,,,, Shirley Phillips
John Graham Whitfield ,,.vY........r.. James Smith
Jane Chandler ...,,..,,,,e......... r,,re,,r C arolyn Boling
Sigurd Jungquist ,...,, ,v... D avid Copen
Larry Regan ,,.......,.....,......,,.,e,,,,. . ..., Ray I-loldren
Roberta Van Rensselarer ..,ere Beverly Johnson
Stenographer ..,.e,....,eee,e...,,,,e.v....,..,..... Lois Rollins
Policemen. .... Edward Bragg, Theodore Boylen
Court Attendant .......ee.,..eee.e,.......... Cephas Evans
Congratulations were in order for the cast after the over-whelming success of 'The Night of January 16", This action-
packed drama kept all in suspense until the verdit was renderedg "Not guiltyll'
Reverend Colpepper is giving a "pep talk" to those "mountain
Mr. and Mrs Cameron Warner are being ushered to their seats
by Carolyn Boling.
Guests in the night club scene from the popular Jackson J ollities.
These boys are singing a number from the annual Stonewall Jackson
Mrs. Fred Hartman, mother of SJ 's popular "Ike"
Hartman, was crowned "Mrs. Stonewall Jackson".
Upon being chosen, Mrs. Hartman's first exclamation
was, "Oh! how wonderful." Mrs. Hartman has had
several other children to graduate from Stonewall,
among them i'Whitey" and "Red", who were out-
standing athletes. At the present, besides Ike, she has
another son, Bob Jack, a sophomore here at Stonewall.
Other than raising her own children, Mrs. Hartman
has assumed the obligation of raising several State
We salute you, "Mom Hartman", the honor given
you was well deserved.
Peggy Lanham and Carolyn Boling apply make up to Shelbia Looper and Jim
Keiffer. Ray Holdren looks on.
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Peggy Gentry and Peggy Hall study a canning chart in the foods lab. John Fulks displays his decorative trivet that he
made in the foundry.
Esggguliagegikgfvguggvirgllips' hem line While Beverly Johnson 55c3g?a Pat Hess consult representatives of West
Two familiar models around the school are Betty Jones and Norita Coffin. Little Becky Jones and
Janice O'Conner proudly model their skirts that the older girls have made Lynda Humphries at the
piano looks on.
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Janet Pritt, Mona Parsons, Naomi Finney, "Funky" Jordan, Jane Har-
mon, and Betty Caldwell.
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Harrison, M. Glass, E. Titlow, P. Shumate, B. Moales, D. Warner, C. Boling, F. Young, F. Shamblin, N. Ochletree, S. Bowden, and M
MacDonald. Standing: J. Wilson, and C. Michael.
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The satisfactory results obtained from the service of Carey
System Incorporated Signs cannot be topped. 74 Washington
Street West. 2-0169.
Follow the advice of Freddie and his friends. Buy your
Buick at Hugh Stewart Motors. 1406 Washington Street East.
HUGH STEWART MOTOR CO.
For efficiency and expert service, take your printing
problems to Charleston Printing. 810 Virginia Street
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442 Virginia St., E. Phone 2-7149
CHARLESTON 24, W, VA.
You can always be sure of healthful and appetizing
meals when you eat in the S. J. Cafeteria, under the
supervision of Mrs. Mcllhattan. 6-2822.
Buddy and Jane are very well pleased wlth the rmgs
they choose at McCormick Jewelers. 214 Washingt
Street West. 6-6242.
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Betty certainly does look lovely, doesnlt she? Of course,
that is only natural when the formal is from the
McCIures Home Appliances
Corner FAYETTE ST. and PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
CHARLESTON, W. VA.
For redecoration these girls certainly know that Pile Ref"l9e"3l'0"5
Hardware offers a variety of selections. 1541 Washing- APPLIANCES and Sfqyeg
ton Street West. 3-7578.
Famous for Good Food-
I94 Summers Street
Charleston l, W. Va.
Jones Printing offers the very best in printing service
611 Pennsylvania Avenue. 3-9562.
Amick Refrigeration Service
Bettie, Barbara, and Dolores, enjoy the pleasant atmos- 414 TENNESSEE AVENUE
phere at Thaxton Drug Co. 1539 Washington Street
West. 3-1353. phone 2-0154
Make old things look like new with 0'Brien's paints
distributed by J. M. Sutler, 739 Virginia Street West
Made in Charleston
Gates Paint Mfg. Company
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C. W. Fulknier Hardware, Inc.
"The Complete Hardware Store"
PHONES 3-5603 - 3-5604
1521 West Washington Street
Charleston, W. Va.
Do you want a hobby that saves money, girls? Then
buy your Singer Sewing Machine at 920 Quarrier Street
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Ellis Food Market offers efficient service and pleasant
surroundings. 629 Main Street.
Atlas Building Phone 6-5353
BANK OF WEST VIRGINIA
For safe and convenient banking service, take your account
to the Bank of West Virginia. Tennessee Avenue and Roane.
"It's Pauley Cleaners for us," say Peggy and Bill. It's con-
veniently located at 527 Washington Street, West. 2-2113.
FIFE STREET SHOE SHOP
The superior service rendered at Fife Street Shoe Shop can-
not be excelled. 708 Fife Street. 3-1013.
You certainly can't blame Dolores and Clara for admiring
this lovely car at Charleston Motors. Washington East and
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For years, Stonewall students have preferred the conveni-
ence and good service of Pendell's Delicatessen. 759 Wash-
ington Street West. 2-3000.
Wouldn't you like to own a car like this? The answer to
your dreams can be found at Miller Brothers. 21 Virginia
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Relax . . . And you can relax watchin a T V set fro
Electronic Specialty Company. Virginia Street W
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Betty realizes, as every student should, that Holsum
Bread is both healthful and delicious. 1325 Washington
Street East. 2-0191.
For Your Party-
GOLDEN FLAKE DON UTS
710 BIGLEY AVENUE
CHARLESTON, W. VA.
If it's gay you wish to be,
Then it's us that you must see,
To look as fresh as a spring breeze,
Our bouquets are sure to please.
Young Floral Co. 205 Pennsylvania Avenue
H. B. AGSTEN, JR., INC.
702 Pennsylvania Avenue
Charleston 2, West Virginia
Students of Stonewall certainly agree that eating at
Sterling Restaurant is a treat. 811 Washington Street
CENTRAL GLASS COMPANY
I I03 CENTRAL AVENUE
For your afternoon snack or after a date, stop t
Florida Drug located at Florida and Central Avenu
WE SPECIALIZE IN
Mark A. Bird, State Manager
Beech Avenue Beauty Shop offers efficient service, with
always the best of results. 812 Beech Avenue. 6-6689. phone 3-6713
HOSPITALIZATION C1 SURGICAL-
Dolores and Bettie are thoroughly enjoying the corn-
fortable furniture at Kanawha Furniture. 506 Virginia
Street East. Phone 2-0333.
BARTLETT FUNERAL HOME
Toby Chandler, Owner
TENNESSEE AVENUE AND
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Young Men's Christian Association
Everyone loves the beauty of flowers. Send a bouquet
from Charleston Cut Flower. 19 Capitol Street. Phone
2342 West Washington Street
Girls who combine economy and beauty stop at Glam-
our Beauty Shop. 210 Washington Street, West. Phone
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When Dolores and Bettie need cosmetics they know their
best bet is Lowman's Drug Store. 1507 Washington Street
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For efficient service with good results, visit Wright Tire and
Battery Company. 414 Washington Street East. Phone 3-1742.
WRIGHT TIRE Gr BATTERY CO.
Wise students know they can save as Well as get best
quality merchandise at Kelley's Men Shop. 111 Wash-
ington Street West. Phone 2-1862.
227 CAPITOL STREET
BALDWIN, HAMILTON, ACROSONIC
and WURLITZER PIANOS . . .
HAMMOND ORGANS . . .
and TELEVISION . . .
CONN, PAN AMERICAN and
GETZEN BAND INSTRUMENTS . .
LEEDY-LUDWIG DRUMS . . .
RECORDS . . . SHEET MUSIC and
MUSIC SUPPLIES . . .
INSTRUMENT REPAIRS . . .
The students of Stonewall realize that Charleston
Transit offers a safe, convenient means of transporta-
tion. 155O Fourth Avenue. Phone 3-7586,
Seems pleasing as Betty, Jim, Peggy, and Bill sip their
cokes at an after school gathering at Delaware Phar-
macy at 27 Delaware Avenue.
MINE AND MILL SUPPLIES
520 ELIZABETH STREET
PURITY BAKING COMPANY
Bakers of Purity Maid
I007 BIGLEY AVENUE
CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA
Bread Cakes ies 2,
This machine is one of the many at Superior Laundry
which gives quality workmanship. Kanawha Boulevard
at Truslow. Phone 2-6115.
S -For .Adventures in Good Eating
DUNCAN H I NES
An Adventure ln:
' VARIETY MENUS
0 PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE
0 SUPERB FooD
' CHARCOAL STEAKS
A striking example of handsome architecture is the United
Carbon Building. Here we find the office of the UNITED
CARBON COMPANY and many other important firms.
If It's Safe . ..
If It's Clean...
If It's Cool . ..
If It's Fast . ..
If It's Economical
"Of course It's
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331 WASHINGTON STREET, WEST
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N ncy knows she can always Obtain fruit and vege a
f the finest quality at Bcns Fruit Store. 616 Virginia
eet E. Phone 2-5333.
PARKINS MOTORS, INC.
HOPES THAT EACH ORAOUATING
SENIOR OF I9S3 WILL MAKE A
NAME FOR HIMSELE IN THE
WORLD, A NAME THAT WILL
WIN FAME FOR HIMSELE, HIS
FAMILY, HIS FRIENDS, ANO OF
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Put only the best in today.
710Vz Lee Street. Phone 3-3225. """"
SEN I ORS
ELK FINANCE COMPANY
CORNER OF WASHINGTON STREET AND
BIGLEY, OVER VALLEY BELL DAIRY
Mount Vernon Dairy Company
800 Pennsylvania Avenue
Elite Dry Cleaning and Laundry
N lionally advertised in
OGUE o MADEMOISELLE
M C EAN'S W. VA.
SATURDAY EVE NG POST
LADIES' HOM J
SALES AND SERVICE
MacFadden Ignition Company
I06-I08 Broad Street
Charleston, W. Va.
SIMPSON FUNERAL HOME
J. A. IJERRYI ADAMS, Owner
Funeral Cars - Limousines
2I0 Broad Street
Phone 2-6I 3I
WHITE'S GARAGE, INC.
Complete Auto and Truck
24 HOURS DAILY
7 DAYS A WEEK
IOI6 Virginia Street, East
THE QUALITY PRESS, INC. CORRIE HARDWARE CO.
PRINTING - LITHOGRAPHING
810 KANAWHA BOULEVARD, EAST
CHARLESTON, W. VA.
Pennsylvania Ave. G' Washington St.
G ls, the perfect place to buy that ring you're dreaming The quality service of Bradley's Department Store ca
f IS Mann Jewelers. 103 Capitol Street. Phone 6-0355. not be excelled. 1603 Washington Street West. 3-1343
The Safe Assurance-
PILOT LIFE INSURANCE
Capital City Commercial College
H. L. COTTON
1027 Quarrier Street
506-08 Capitol Street Phone 3-2133
Charleston l, W. Vo.
EDWIN W. TABOR LAKE R BELL
Bill, Ann, Barbara, and Freddy stop for a refreshing A11 budget-wise girls know that the Community Beauty
snack at Jim's Cafe. 714 Virginia Street West. Shop does outstanding work for prices that will fit your
budget. 1505-A Washington Street W. Phone 2-8531.
We offer courses in Accounting, Shorthand,
Secretarial, Calculating Machines, Speedwrit-
ing and all allied subjects.
Approved for Veterans
ENTER ANY MONDAY
Charleston School of Commerce
A. H. DAINGERFIELD DON HOFF
President Vice P.-Registrar
MORRISON BLDG. PHONE 3-0l26
205 WEST WASHINGTON STREET
CHARLESTON, W. VA.
Congratulations to Students and Teachers
For a Great Job Well Done . . . from
W. B. JONES FOOD STORES
STONEWALL SECOND AVENUE
1205 Washington Street, W. 239 2nd Ave., So. Charlest
Dial 6-0592 Dial 4-1993
Shop with us where shopping is a pleasure
STAN'S AUTO ELECTRIC
413 FLORIDA STREET DIAL 3-6341
Expert Automatic Electrician
W. B. Jones, Owner
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L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Class Rings and Pins
Commencement Invitations - Diplomas
Club Insignia - Medals and Trophies
Mr. C. Joseph Richardson
P. O. Box l95
Sistersville, W. Va.
STAY WELL INF QRMEDI
The only Charleston newspaper which brings you
the combined reports of:
-The Associated Press 'The United Press
the uJorld's two greatest news-gathering agencies
THE CHARLESTDN DAILY MAIL
OPTICAL COMPANY BAKING COMPANY
DISPEN SING OPTICIANS
The Home of Fine
900 Christopher Street
323 PROFESSIONAL BUILDING
2 Charleston, W. Va.
first in circulation
first in advertising
first in public service
The Charleston Gazette
The State Newspaper
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For a delightful after school snack with the gang, stop
at Schrader's Cafe. 421 Virginia Street W. Phone 2-9101.
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THIS ANNUAL WAS LITHOGRAPHED BY
MATHEWS PRINTING Cr LITHOGRAPHING COMPANY
600-602 CAPITOL STREET
CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA
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Now as many of us must leave the vicinity of 'tGlenwood," the staff
wish to take this opportunity to express deepest appreciation to all who
have made this yearbook possible.
To Mathews Printing and Lithographing Company for their fine work
in lithographing this annualg to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wallace of DeLuxe
Studio for the excellent portraits of our faculty and seniors, as well as
group pictures in organization and athletic sectionsg to Miss Mary E. Ken-
nedy for her unlimited time and work in publishing this bookg to Mr.
E. Byron Meyer for his valuable advice to the art staffg to Miss Berenice
Collins for her suggestion of "Glenwood" as the themeg and to The
Charleston Daily Mail for athletic action shots-we extend heartiest thanks.
Certainly the advertisers and sponsors who have loyally supported
this annual throughout the years cannot be forgotten, for without their
vital assistance this yearbook could not exist.
To the staff for their boundless patience and cooperation in the pro-
duction of the Glenwood Edition of the Jacksonian, we express the hope
that it will be a reminder of happy times in the school that has grown up
in the shadow of t'Glenwood."
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Baker Equipment Company
Barrack Auto Supply
Barton Street Grocery
Capitol City Body Works
Corner Drug Store
Embees of Charleston
Goldfarb Supply Company
Gravely and Moore
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J. P. Gunther, Jeweler
Kanawha Spring Service Inc.
Haynes Music Company
Herndon Wholesale Company
Jarrett Printing Company
Joe's Surplus and Supplies
N uckles Realtors
Schoolfield Harvey Electric
Trojan Steel Company
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Jones Printing Company-
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King's Restaurant ...,...,.,.,,.,
Laird Office Equipment Company
Lincoln Jewelers .................
Lovett's Department Store
Lowman's Drug Store .,.....
MacFadden Ignition Company
Mann Jewelers..- .............
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McClures Appliances. ..,.,,,...
McCormick Jewelers ....,......
Miller Brothers Used Cars
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Parkins Motors ..,...........
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Scott Drug .............,.......,......
Simpson Funeral Home ....
Singer Sewing Center ..,.....
Moses Skaff Grocery ,,r.,.,
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Sterling Restaurant. ...,.....
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Stonewall Jackson Club ....
Stonewall Food Market...
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Sutler Paint Company ,,,..,
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