Thomas Dale High School - Reflector Yearbook (Chester, VA)
- Class of 1960
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f UD 15o • CJ52- CLS2, l°UoO The REFLECTOR I960 3 FOREWORD As time passes memories tend to fade. Gone forever will be the routine of our school life, the fun we had together, and the corporate goals achieved. It is the hope of the 1960 Senior Class that, as you glance through the pages of this book in the years ahead, you may recapture the memories of those by gone days. L- 4OTBH 1 SMW ' j ■ tA Kill TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION 5 ADMINISTRATORS .6 FACULTY 7-8 CLASSES 9-51 ACTIVITIES 53-70 ATHLETICS . 71-86 FEATURES 87-100 ADVERTISEMENTS 101-139 THE REFLECTOR STAFF CO-EDITORS Cynthia Sturdivant, Jackie Gates BUSINESS MANAGER Edgar Broome ADVERTISING MANAGER David Ledford LITERARY EDITOR Rose Marie Yager DEDICATION For their interest, faithfulness, loyalty, and unselfish devotion to the student body and faculty, we, the senior class of 1980, dedicate this volume of the Reflector to Mrs. Marian Eyler Reichert and Mrs. Mary Fischer Eyler. 5 Mr. FRED D. THOMPSON Mr. W. W. GORDON Superintendent of Schools Administrative Assistant ADMINISTRATORS Mr. J. WILSON CRUMP Principal Mr. MACK D. MOORE Assistant Principal 6 Miss PHILLIS A. AILSWORTH--Science. Mrs. RACHAEL B. APPERSON--Social Studies. Miss THELMA S. BIDDLE- - History. Mr. HOWARD M. BLACK- MON- -English, French. Miss SARAH J. BRISENTINE--Physical Education. Mrs. NANCY H. BROUGHT ON --English. Mr. WALTER T. BRUCE--English. Miss LESBIA L. BROWN--Mathematics. Miss MARTHA E. CLARK--Spanish. Mrs. BEULAH E. COBBS--Latin. Miss ELLEN M. CONYERS- -Civics, Government. Mrs. MYRA G. CRUMP--English. Miss NANCY M. DRUDGE- -English. Mrs. NANCY H. FALLEN- -Home Economics. Miss EDITH L. FRAME- -Physical Edu- cation. HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Mr. THOMAS R. FULGHUM- -Mathe- matics, Science. Mrs. EDITH W. GAY --Typing, Shorthand. Mr. HAROLD D. GIBS ON --English. Mrs. ELLA A. GRANT--Social Studies. Mrs. JOYCE C. HARVEY --Typing. Mrs. JULIA A. HARWELL- -English. Mr. CARL C. HENDRICKSON, Jr.--Science. Miss ELIZABETH G. HUDSON--Geometry. Mr. EDWIN C. KARPUS- -Physical Edu- cation. Mr. JOHN R. KOPKO--Mathe- matics. Mrs. MARGARET M. LACY-- Physical Education. Mr. GEORGE L. LEWIS --Chemistry. Mr. WALTER T. MARTIN— Science. ' rs. WENONAH W. MAYO— Typing, .r. RALPH H. PERCIVAL— Band. Mr. ANDON L. PERDUE — Drawing. Miss lIZABETH M. PICKHARDT— Library, diss DORIS R. RAMSEY— Algebra. Mrs. DAISY P. REAMES— Government Mr. JOHN W. ROTHERT— English, Speech. Mrs. BETTY J. SCHOLL — Science, Chemistry. Miss DOROTHY S. SPENCER— Biology. Mrs. BERTIE M. STAPLES— Social Studies. Miss MARTHA L. THOMAS— Home Eco- nomics. HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Mr. ROY E. TUCKER— Industrial Arts. Mrs. ANN B. TYLER— Typing. Miss BETTY J. UNDERWOOD— Science. Mr. JAMES T. WADDILL— Mathe- matics. Miss M. ELIZABETH WEBB— English. Mr. JACK WESTFALL— Physical Education. Mrs. BEATRICE WHEELER — Algebra, Trigonometry, Physics. Mr. JAMES W. WILLIAMS --Driver Training. Mr. WALTER J. YOUNG, JR.— Mathematics. Mrs. MARY F. EYLER— Secretary. Mrs. MARIAN E. REICHERT— Secretary. Mrs. BETTY W. NEAL— Cafeteria Manager. I CLASSES Measuring for caps and gowns are the Senior Class officers and sponsors. They are (Left to Right) Mr. J. Wilson Crump, sponsor; Phyllis Shields, secretary; Billy Blaylock, president; Aubrey Lindsey, treasurer; Mrs. Myra Crump, sponsor; Barbara Coulter, vice-president; and Mrs. Daisy P. Reames, sponsor. SENIOR CLASS JUNE HAZEL ALLEN RUFFIN JULIAN APPERSON 10 ELIZABETH LOUISE ARNOLD BETTY ANN AVENT CHESTER HAMBLIN BAAKE WILLIAM SHERWOOD BAILEY WAYNE HENRY BELL ANNE RAINEY BISHOP REVONDA JOY BISHOP CHARLES THEODORE BISWANGER, III WILLIAM McGHEE BLAYLOCK NICHOLAS LEE BODENHAMER DONNA ELIZABETH BODER GERALDINE ANN BOOTQN JOHN MERVIL BOOTON CARSON GARY BOSHER HIRAM EDGAR BROOME SARA ELIZABETH BROOME DIANNE BURTON MELVIN JAMES BUTLER PATRICIA ANN CAMPBELL WILLIAM EUCLID CARNES VIRCIE MAE CARROLL CECIL BENNETT CARTER CHARLES CLAYTON CASSELL, Jr. FAYE LUCAS CHALKLEY LINDA ROBERTA CHAPPELL ANN LEE CIFELLI PHILIP CARSON COOPER BARBARA JOAN COULTER EDWIN RAY COWHERD PATRICIA LOUISE CROOK PATRICIA ANN CULLOM JAMES FRANCIS CLAWSON JAMES FRANKLIN CLEMENTS HORACE MEADE CONYERS THOMAS WAYNE COOK BARBARA ALICE DUNBAR PATRICIA ANNE EDWARDS PATRICIA CAROLE ELDER STELLA MARIE EMERSON JACQUELINE RUTH GATES GERALDINE CAROLE FILAK JOYCE ANN FRITH DONALD WAYNE FAISON ANN SHIELDS GEARY TERRY EDISON GLASS MARY ANN HAIG WOOD VICKIE ANNE GILBERT NANCY LaVERN GLASS MARY WHITE HARMON ROSEMARY HARMON ROBERT WILLIAM HART CLARA MAE HARVEY ALICE BETTIE HAYES EDITH MAE HENDERSON DIAN MARIE HESS JAMES LACHLAN HILLIER SUZANNE ALLEN HITT ELIZABETH FAY McCAULEY VIRGINIA EUALDINE McNEER DONALD NELSON MILES DOUGLAS WOODFIN MURPHEY, Ji BRENDA GAYLE MURPHY JAMES ARTHUR NEWTON ELIZABETH JEAN OWENBY DAVID WAYNE PATE NEWELL FRANKLIN PELL (CLAIBORNE TUCKER PERDUE PATRICIA IRENE PERKINSON JAN LARUEN PETERS MARIAN SUE PIERCE LEROY POPE, III . I || ELDRIDGE RAY PORTER VIRGINIA RAYE POWELL ROGER ALVIN PUCKETT PATRICIA ELLA RAGLAND PATSY ANN SADLER LUCY MARIAN SALE HERBERT ANDREW SEXTON BRUCE THOMAS SHAW BARBARA LEE SHELTON PHYLLIS ETHEL SHIELDS MARY CAROL SHOOSMITH BARBARA JANE SMITH SEONA ANN SMITH BRUCE COLUMBUS SPENCER - 60 JOHN CALVIN STINSON, Jr. JEAN CAROLYN SPENCER FREDERICK DEAN SPIVEY RICHA RD RANDOLPH STEPHENS PAUL WAYNE STEWART CYNTHIA LEIGH STURDIVANT EUGENE KENNETH TEACHEY SUSAN JANE TELLER HAZEL JEANNETTE WALLACE JOANNE LOUISE WARGOFACK JEWELL ROASEVELT WEST SHIRLEY ANN WHIRLEY 1 ' $ ? ' FAYE DAVIS WITECK DAVID JUDSON WHITING BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS LEROY WAYNE WILLIAMS THOMAS FLOYD WILLIS BETTY ANNE WILMOTH OTTO JAY WOLFF ROSE MARIE YAGER LINDA FAYE YOUNG SENIORS Your text points out the fact Parallel reading due tomorrow? America ' s future secretaries Choosing proofs A Ring Dance for the Juniors. $1.00 down . . . $3.50 later " Sleep no more, Macbeth doth murder sleep ... " - 1 Term papers must be done ! REMEMBER Prom preparations Last minute cramming Open your books and Big, bad monitors Do you think it will fit? " Get out two clean sheets of paper and a well sharpened pencil -. " v. . | I F -m JkJ Junior Class officers and sponsors check the plans for the prom. They are (Left to Right) Beverley Qnate, president; Mr. H. M. Blackmon, sponsor; Mrs. Joyce C. Harvey, sponsor; Mickie Rabineau, vice-president; Johnny Broughton, treasurer; and Dianne Vaughan, sec- retary. JOLLY JUNIORS Barbara Agee Louise Aurich Donna Alcock Wayne Batch Peggy Anderson Shirley Barbour George Armentrout William Bennett 28 Charles Beville Rebecca Burnett James Blackburn Sandra Byrum George Blankenship Eleanor Call Susan Bock James Clark Ralph Boggs William Clawson Margaret Bradshaw Betsy Coats James Brinson Howard Cobbs John Broughton James Coghill Patricia Brugh Lester Bryant Cynthia Cole Linda Cooper Gundrun Corbin Kathy Dodge Ray Cumbie Jonnie Driver Sherman Cunningham Roy Dunnavant Marjory Dabney Paul Early Buddy Dalton Clarence Elliott Gracie Daniel Sarah Ellis Wallace Davenport Jo Fallen Donna Davis Ronald Farris Nan Davis Julia Fisher Marianne Deets Ruby Fitzgerald 30 Max Fitzerald Walter Harding Virginia French Nancy Harlow Sandra Fuller Dennis Harrup Barbara Garnett Jerry Harwell William Godsey Daisy Hawkins Ronnie Goff George Hazelton Faye Gray Fred Heath Brenda Gunn John Heil Martha Hagan William Henry Martha Hague W.T. Henshaw 31 Albert Kinker Diane Herr Lovelene Holliday Wayne Kirkland Evelyn Homing Carol Lane Larry Hull Leslie Little Ralph Jackson James Long Gail Johnson Loris Longest Charlotte Raster Kay Longest Ernestine Reiser David Lohr Fred Kelly Brenda Lundie Richard Kelly Leonard McAdams 32 Charles McCauley Roger Morgan Carolyn McDaniel Jennie Napier Diane McDaniel Alta Neal Percy McFadden Michal Neal Jerry Magee Alice Nelson James Manley Thomas Nelson Jo Ann Mead Mary Lou Newman Clifton Messer Nancy Nuckols Ronald Peele Glenn Reibsamen Jarvis Percival Meredith Robertson Douglas Perdue Patsy Robertson Patsy Poole Julianne Roman Sandra Poole Frances Rothenberger Aubrey Puett Patsy Seay Beverley Quate Frank Shoosmith Micky Rabineau Joyce Sligh Peggy Reeves Gibbons Sloan Bonnie Ray Glenn Smith 34 Margaret Smith Edward Tingen Richard Sollars Marie Traylor Betty Spencer Larry Vaughan Douglas Spencer Diane Vaughan Walter Spencer James Vaughan Joyce Stell Millard Vernon Betty Stewart June Wade Bob Stoker Joyce Walden Mary Stotesbury James Walton Nancy Thomas T erry Webber 35 Marcia Wehren James Willis Dean Winn William Woodfin Marilou Wood Esther Worley George Werner Joyce White Duncan Worsham Ruth Wray Martha Wyatt Robert Young 36 JUNIORS REMEMBER Enjoying the party? Junior play try-outs 111, worse, dead! 2NACL? Juniors sponsor sock hop Prom preparations Is yours a ruby? Liberty is dearly bought Como se llama usted? I 0? 1 1 I U. I I i 1 | k - I I4J I ‘i ‘ t i »• H K3-n k I I 1 1 1 SOPHISTICATED SOPHOMORES Miss Ramsey--Mrs. Cobbs--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Holly Maguigan, Connie Hill, Vivan Norris, Patsy Por- ter, Janice Jones, Janice Pennington, Paula Mattox, Evon Lumpkin, Carolyn Harrell, Virginia Reibsamen, Nancy Hermann, Roberta Long, Beckie Lohr. SECOND ROW: Arlene Pierce, Mary Walpole, Dee Jones, Geraldine Oates, Carolyn Reekes, Carolyn Petree, Rebecca Robertson, Helen Little, Judy Mitchell, Pat Ruckart, Jody Ronk. THIRD ROW: David Haden, Buster Godfrey, Joe Hayes, Joe Hughs, Dean Hazelton, Ronnie Owens, Douglas Payne, Richard Grundy, Walter Pride, John Haw, Gilbert Ozmore, Walter McKibbon, Scott Peach. Officers and sponsors of the Sophomore Class are (Left to Right) Miss D. Spencer, sponsor; Rebecca Robertson, president; Linda Wolff, secretary; Carol Schenck, treasurer; Jay Moody, vice president; and Mrs. A. Tyler, sponsor. Mr. Rothert--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Andy Crocker, Bettie Rae Cox, Gayla Crumpler, Barbara Colbert, Sandra Condrey, Connie Cook, Pat Choate, Garey Caudle, Nancy Crump, Grace Archer, Barbara Clark, Patricia Burnett, Virginia Carpenter, Jackie Denny, Barbara Camper, Pat Coffey. SECOND ROW: Stanley Childs, Wil- liam Carroll, Charles Blue, Wayne Cook, Joe Crandol, John Cussigh, Lynn Church, Billy Coghill, David Chaulk- lin, Dick Bishop, Robert Clark, Floyd O ' Brien. 1962 Mrs. Stallings--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Patricia Beaman, Joyce Belcher, Barbara Bryant, Sylvia Bowen, Adrienne Apperson, Susan Anderson, Peggy Burgess, Sally Boss, Marty Atkins, Mary Blankenship, Gay Bollinger, Bar bara Allen, Dottie Bell, Linda Bowen. SECOND ROW: Larry Floyd, Charles Agrella, Louis Baldwin, Charles Alligrant, Bobby Belcher, Jimmy Atkins, John Anderson, George Bell, Wayne Archer. Mrs. Tyler and Miss Spencer: (Left to Right), FIRST ROW: Pete Wilmoth, Raymond Germundt, Roger Greene, Phil Williamson, David Picarelli, Merwyn Dowden, John Swineford, Robert Gregory, and Randy Fugett. SECOND ROW: Brenda Fletcher, Linda Wolff, Lucy Williamson, Bonnie Gill, Juanita Graham, Arlene Golden, Faye Avery, Jane Young, Nila Walker, Carol Schenck, Linda Whitlow, Trisha Ehly, Betty Thomas, and Pat Farrel. THIRD ROW: Thomas Trapp, Michael Galyen, David Fitzgerald, Robert Fowler, Jimmy Eaton, Donald Emerson, Ken Dodson, Stanley Westfall, Bruce Wilmoth, Nick Wagner, Billy Eanes, Bill Wingo, Alvin Ewing, and Robert Webb. FOURTH ROW: Phyllis Elder, Barbara Groves, Sandra Harmon, Sherry Dortch, Pat Wood, Patsy Wade, Annette Woods, Sandra Williams, Barbara Weir, Karen Woodfin, and Doris Worley . 1962 Miss Webb and Mrs. Mayo: (Left to Right), FIRST ROW: James Spurlock, J. B. Spencer, John Lattin, Wayne Robertson, and Leslie Ingle. SECOND ROW: Grace Turner, Sandra Shields, Linda Strickland, Frances Vaughan, Sue Motley, Sue Taylor, Charlotte McFadden, Jean Manhart, Cheryl Martin, Paulette Rybar, Sandra Stiffler, Joan Vincent. THIRD ROW: Betty Nelson, Carole Thompson, Kay Vaughan, Joan Skinner, Linda Spinner, Linda Ter- rell, Charlotte Morris, Jay Moody, Pat Myers, Kitty Lipscomb, Linda Cash, Dottie Morgan, Joan Doffmeyer, Gwen Mitchell, Mildred Shumaker, Penny Loving, and Pat Martin. FOURTH ROW: Joe O ' Brien, Marvin Starnes, Phillip Ross, Aubrey Shelton, Jim Ryan, Bernard Roane, John Squires, Bradley Ridout, John McKibbon, Wayne Keenan, Ervin Johnson, Glenn Squires, Bruce Lohr, Kenneth Kirldand, Michael Melnyk, and Gene Simmons. SOPHOMORES REMEMBER Monitor directs pupil to homeroom . Students learn correct driving habits. Are you busy Saturday night? Biology reveals the wonders of nature. another class ihe bell rings another hour . Angle one equals Freshman officers check over their funds. They are (left to right) Sandra Ivey, secretary; Phyllis Garret, treas- urer; Heather Magruder, vice-president; and Paul Best, president. FRIVOLOUS FRESHMEN Miss Frame- -Mr. Westfall-- (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Claudia Mayberry, Susan Crump, Carol Ferguson, San- dra Crostic, Cynthia Cheeseman, Becky Davenport, Brenda Fugett, Judy Dressier, Judy Denny, Sandra Franklin, Patsy Davis, Betsy Dean, Carol Crostic. SECOND ROW: Billy Dyson, Richard Collins, Windell Cook, Jimmy Early, Curtis Edwards, Johnny Early, Donald Coffey, Stephan Dyson, Frank Deets, Raymon Dagenhart, Derrion Coleman. Miss Brown--Miss Albert- -(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Robert Canoles, Linwood Church, Wilbur Burton, Paul Coleman, Wayne Byrum, Pete Blake, Jeffie Anderson, Raymond Andrews, Tommy Bottoms, Clyde Bennett, War- ren Barnes, Rowland Berryman, Henry Avent, Robert Burton. SECOND ROW: Johnny Bradley, Teresa Bush, Carol Cassell, Charlotte Call, Linda Broach, Vickie Throckmorton, Nancy Andrews, Sandra Altman, June Booker, John- nie Broome, Bobbie Bryant, Jeffy Craddock, Pat Broach, Beth Carpenter, Pat Blaylock, Mary Belcher, Gale Cooper. THIRD ROW: Ray Castlebury, Jerry Burk, Tommy Brown, Amie Beck, Wilson Berryman, Glenn Brubaker, A1 Bergh, Larry Atkins, Larry Adams, Norris Billings, Johnny Bock, Benjamin Brockwell, Bruce Campbell, Joan Brooks. FOURTH ROW: Don Batten, Wilson Carter, Paul Best, Severely Allen, Kathleen Anderson, Judy Cousins, Brenda Barbour, Roberta Beverly, Joyce Bratton , Brenda Bell, Brenda Almeida, Ruth Chappell, Janet Brown, Joyce Coghill, Iva Lee Bates, Kathryn Cowherd, Tommy Carlton, Charles Barbour. 1963 Mrs. Wheeler--Mr. Kopko--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Chuck Moore, Timmy Shelton, Wayne Myers, Scotty P.omaine, John Strader, Michael Tarr, Steve Shoosmith, Wilson Spencer, Robert Perkinson, Pete Moore, Jimmy McFadden, Jr. Shell. SECOND ROW: Brenda Taylor, Mary Strang, Mildred Stephenson, Toni Ripley, Jane Tay- lor, Sandra Pinchbeck, Beverly Roberts, Dixie Roberts, Patricia Spiers, Frances Sligh , Anne Scott, Frances Tinger, Diane Riggins, Faye Cook, Ann Quaiff, Bobby Nelson, David Stewart. THIRD ROW: Marvin Smith, Kermit Park, Stan Rabineau, Wayne Sullivan, Robert Morgan, Thomas Penny, James Doyle, Johnny Moseley, Dickie Stell, Leonard Stell, Ronnie Robinson, Linwood Osterbind, Gordon Simmons, Donald Harmon, Sanny Smelley, Harry Rowsey, Hobi Swartwood. FOURTH ROW: Charles Peterson, Patsy Robinson, Phyllis Simmons, Sandra Pugh, Linda Quate, Carol Pillow, Elsie Shelton, Barbara Strasser, Jean Stell, Nan Taylor, Myrtle Spencer, Rosemary Shumate, Nancy Spencer, Judy St. Clair, Cheryl Ruffin, Nancy Spain. Miss Underwood- -Mr. Gibson--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Mickey Ysok, Bill Tuck, Charles Williams, Bobby Waraksak Monty Woodfin, Frank Luffman, Howie Worrell, Richard Leonowicz, Layton Johnson, Jackie Warren, Wayne Whitmore, Russel McCoy, Alvin Klement, Tom Jennings, Tommy Worley. SECOND ROW: Frank Lundie, Buster Godfrey, Brenda Walker, Linda Wood, Patsy Worley, Joann Owenby, Jane Payne, Mary Lou Murphey, Chris- tine Morgan, Ann Parkinson, Bonnie Pelikan, Frances Wooldridgy, Rose Wallace, Darlene Winn, Dottie Morris, Danease Williams, Sara Thomas, Carolyn Tuck. THIRD ROW: Brenda Walker, Clark Jones, Ted Keck, Charles Webb, Larry Scott, Chippy Micou, John Trapp, James Jauget, George Archer, Roger Brown, Paul Ross, Bill Leigh, Danny Jackson, Wayne Ingram, Ralph Thurston. FOURTH ROW: Otis Wilson, Thomas Mays, Jane Tiainkart, Gloria Perkinson, Sylvia Mullis, Joan Pamplin, Janice Young, Dolores Simpson, Judy Trapp, Jane Williams, Tippy West, Virginia Wolff, Jackie Murrell. 1963 Mrs. Harwell- -Miss Ailsworth--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Mike Fitzgerald, Bill Fulton, Billy Ewing, Charles Hudson, Tommy Guill, Gerald Graham, Howard Good, Frank Fiala, Jimmy Fitzgerald, David Fitzgerald, Tommy Harris, Dunbar Evans, Charles Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Margaret Henshaw, Ann Joumigan, Emma McFarland, Barbara McClam, Alice Hagaman, Ellen Geary, Susan Gregory, Sandra Ivey, Sherry Marsh, Shirley Haw, Donna Marshall, Brenda Jackson, Gayle Hylton, Patsy House. THIRD ROW: Wres Elsworth, Franklin Harris, Jack Wil- liamson, Jackie Hypes, Wayne Hardin, Jack Huddle, Billy Leigh, Thomas Harvey, Robert Holcomb, Harry Heckel, Jimmy Harmon, Don Girard, Gerry Fendly, Dickie Fulgham. FOURTH ROW: Patsy Johnston, Reba Lowery, Heather Magruder, Sharon Jansch, Patsy Jones, MarieVaughn, Susan Garrett, Phyllis Garrett, Nancy James, April Holder, Sharon Holland, Cecelia Hedges, Wanda Gregory. FRESHMEN REMEMBER What ' s for lunch? Fire Drill? » % How does it taste? Enjoying free time Define Astronomy " Gallia est omnis divisa in partes tres. " Freshmen catch up on school news Keeping our school clean gonna win, win Eighth Grade officers plan activities for the largest class. They are (Left to Right): Joe Power, vice-president; Terri Currey, treasurer; Mr. Poates, sponsor; Melody Holder, president; Mrs. Grant, sponsor; and Connie Blanken- ship, treasurer. ENTHUSIASTIC EIGHTH GRADERS Mr. Poates--Mr. Fulghum -- (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Donald O ' Donohue, Robert Garnett, Jimmy Fry, Edward Faggart, Leon Shepherd, Richard Fogg, Issac Power, Allen Faw, Michael O ' Neill. SECOND ROW: Phillip Elder, Jimmy Fox, David Palumbo, Sue Elliott, Christine Dagenhart, Sandra Pierce, Vickie Pepper, Kay Phinney, Mag- gie Poole, Linda Hammond, Donnie Garnett, John Osborne, Ercell Fisher. THIRD ROW: Logan Esarey, Wayne Rash, Paul Oberry, Ronnie Rakes, James Patterson, Johnny Parlow, Earl Osterbind, Jerry Hill, Bobby Foster, George Polhemus, Richard Moss, Joe Power, Tommy Fenner, James Parlow, Vem Fairchilds, Kenneth Nowell. FOURTH ROW: Earl Wayne Poulston, Barbara Faison, Delores Ford, Frances Faison, Rose Fowler, Carol Palumbo, Sue Porter, Ann Dean, Becky Dundalow, Jane Edwards, Mary Foster, Jo Carol Owens, Sheila Pierce, Carol Pierce, Jane Davis, Kari Jean Piczak, Susan Fans, Terri Currey. Mrs. Apperson--Mr. Hendrikson-- (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Larry Bell, Freddie Beck, Butch Barfield, Ned Hopkins, Michael Hutchinson, Melvin Johnson, Leon Johnson, Billy Hudson, Ronnie Ingle, Cameal Ambrose, Bobby Alley, Roland Hess. SECOND ROW: Lydia Johnson, Rose Alley, Barbara Jenkins, Anna Lee Atkins, Carol Jones, Kahlan Henderson, Louise Bates, Vicky Johnson, Brenda Beck, Sharon Baird, Linda Beck, Margaret Julian, Pat Javins, Melody Holder, Nancy Anderson, Sally Jackson. THIRD ROW: Barbara Hogwood, Judy Andrews, Gaynelle Bass, Marie Archer, Dolores Bartlett, Ruth Ann Keye, Rose Henshaw, Dale Jones, Nancy Hudson, Judy Hales, Nancy Atkinson, Barbara Beane, Lynn Dee Armstrong, Linda Holland, Joyce Alexander, Elaine Jones. FOURTH ROW: Larry Akins, James Schrum, David Fisher, John Bateman, William Andrews, Garland Beasley, Kenneth Berger, Donald Almond, Clyde Hoffman, Daniel Humphries, James Humphries, Bill Herndon, John Humphries. 1964 Mrs. Staples--Mrs. Grant--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Frank Saunders, Calvin Rooks, Homer Redd, Steve Sch- wartz, Gary Ray, Michael Scott, Charles Salmon. SECOND ROW: Janice Scott, Joyce Reeves, Betsy Ryan, Fran- ces Samuels, Margaret Roberts, Judy Gray, Brenda Hairfield, Sandra Gardner, Joyce Rickman, Cindy Ganey, San- dra Proffitt, Cheryl Redmond. THIRD ROW: Betty Raynor, Donna Harris, Cheryl Gill, Carolyn Grubb, Anne Harris, Brenda Goff, Jean Robertson, Sandra Swartz, Syble Hart, Trudy Quate, Shirley Griffin, Kay French, Clau- dia Garrett, Dorothy Shaw, Roberta Sharp. FOURTH ROW: Don Robertson, Ernie Hazzard, Randy Hardman, Mike Hathcock, James Hailey, Henry Hague, Henry Hatcher, Troy Gee, Ralph Harris, William Redmond, Thomas Robertson, David Harris, Junnie Reed, Douglas Rumley, Irving Henshaw, David Gwaltney, Roger Grady, Shirley Mr. Young--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Tommy Williams, Borrney Wilson, Sylvia Worsham, June Whitaker, Mary Williams, Virginia Wehren, Beth Anne Wiesner, Bobby Williams, Joe Wingo. SECOND ROW: Ada Arnette, Darlene Woodfin, Jean Wilson, Karen Wilmoth, Kitty Worley, Beverly Wilkinson, Joan West, Sandra Arnette, Janet Webster, Donna White, Gay Wright. THIRD ROW: Billy Wingo, Paul Wilkins, George Willis, Sanford Wor- sham, Robert Woodard, Darrell Stoker, Henry Williams, Wayne Williams. 1964 Mr. Waddill--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Barbara Spain, Barbara Stinson, Barbara Slaybaugh, Brenda Shelton, Nora Lee Starke, Anique Sprague, Carolyn Sites, Elizabeth McNeer, Nancy Smith, Diane Skinner, Carol Spain, Joan Southall, Doris Smith. SECOND ROW: Donald Sheffer, Rob Steele, Hubby Sprouse, Perry Smith, Carl Spi- vey, Doanld Simms, Philip Thompson, Ray Shepperson, Eastman Culbreatin, Tommy Steuens, Mike Simmons. 1964 Miss McCutchan--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Cathy McGee, Joan Knighton, Marleen Markham, Shirley Lacy. Anne Grant, Bambi Lynn, Brenda Langford, Margie Manley, Judy Lundie, Patricia Lundie, Sandra Latta, Linda Ligon. SECOND ROW: Paul Jones, David Liverman, Clarence Lucas, J.C. Lacy, Terry Maes, John Leland, Ed Knowles, Woodrow McGowigal, Lester Liptrap, Eugene Maile, Butch Jordan, Ronnie Lohr, Tommy Leary. Mr. Martin--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Edith Martin, Ann Nimms, Shirley Miles, Anne Newman, Joann Mount- fort. SECOND ROW: Faye Murray, Patsy Nelson, Betty Novak, Carol Matthews, Connie O ' Bannon, Judy Nunnally, Patsy Osborne, Regina O ' Neill, Janet Mitchell, Edith Motley. THIRD ROW: Roger Mann, Don Martin, Pace Mimms, Jerry Mann, Dennis Benson, Michael Matheny, Alvin Mann, Willard Martin, Kent Martin, Ted Brindle, Nicky Martin, Webster Maughan, William Geary, David Miller, Joe Mason, Keith Mann. Mrs. Lacy--Mr. Crummette--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Clyde Turner, Clarence Wallace, Betty Traylor, Linda Mitchell, Paula Vaughan, Gabrielle Webb, Gary Tuck, Wayne Taylor. SECOND ROW: Angela Vaughan, Ruth Thysell, Becky Vernon, Patsy Sturdivant, Patricia Thomas, Mildred Thomas, Diana Thomas, Vivian Toney, Mary Anne Walker, Betty Watkins, Bonnie Tunstall. THIRD ROW: John Taylor, Jerry Vaughan, Wayne Tunstall, Butch Usry, Maurice Tipton, Braden Tuck, Bobby Thompson, Douglas Wheeling, Bobby Winfree, Richard Wheelhouse. 1964 Miss Drudge--Mr. Bruce--(Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Rachel Clark, Joyce Caton, Carolyn Carter, Janice Bodenhamer, Barbara Brooks, Laurel Blaha, Christi Biswanger, Elaine Plaisance, Mildred Blackburn, Roberta Hat- field, Carol Bowles, Susan Beville, Pamela Beckner. SECOND ROW: Vernon Bryant, Diane Cheeseman, Pamela Bishop, Jeannie Carden, Carol Cook, Barbara Cranor, Dawn Crowder, Sandra Critcher, Patricia Cox, Linda Clarke, Retta Jean Coleman, Amelia Creasy, Jo Ann Brown, Connie Blankenship, Babs Best, Johnny Bodenhamer, Mi- chael Daughety. THIRD ROW: Bill Bradley, David Bibb, Michael Bowles, Jerry Bracy, Alex Clark, Harper Cole, Charles Bollinger, Paul Broughton, Bill Coulboume, H.R. Conn, Ronnie Brooks, Robert Conway, Charles Clements, Tommy Dunnavant, Kenneth Cook, Tex Dunbar, Richard Cosby, Earl Calder, Charles Bishop, Jim Dunaway. EIGHTH GRADERS REMEMBER . . . } Who discovered America? Have a coke ! The between class rush March On, March On, Is this the one you want? " Lunch time? Our lesson today is js jygw ■ j 4 - ; 1 • [■$ 1 mjF f IT? " 44 . fl 4jss A TYPICAL STUDENT - AN AVERAGE DAY An average day in the life of a Thomas Dale student begins at a rather early hour. Gulping down his breakfast, he rushes out the door only to find himself late for school as usual. The day may start with an English class or some other subject. In the middle of the day there is a mad dash for the cafeteria, and the typical stu- dent suddenly find himself giving up his last 30 ? to a cheerful little figure saying " thank you. " Then he hurries back to the main hall to talk about anything and everything. Suddenly a bell rings, the hall clears, and this time he may find himself in the physics lab. After more bells and classes another day is over. There may be a game that night and a party afterwards. Realizing it is getting late, he rushes home to face that necessary evil, homework. Pondering a while, he won- ders what homework can be skipped. When he feels he has made the right choice, he falls into bed. So ends a typical day of a Thomas Dale student. REFLECTOR Ree Yager, literary editor, and Vickie Gilbert, feature editor, look over other yearbooks for new ideas. The typists get together to review work. They are Betty Wilmoth, Pat Crook, Bar- bara Shelton, Mrytle Davis, Barbara Smith, and Sara Broome. The entire Reflector Staff has one of their many meetings. They are: (Left to Right) | Ree Yager, Cynthia Sturdivant, David Led- ford, Vickie Gilbert, Billy Bailey, Luther Matthews, Randy Stephens, Mr. J. Wilson. i Encouraged by the knowledge that they were doing something for the student body, the members of the Reflector Staff worked to produce an excellent annual. The Reflector has been expertly sponsored this year by Miss Thelma Biddle. Co-Editors, Jackie Gates and 54 STAFF Crump, sponsor, Edgar Broome, Barbara Coulter, Miss Biddle, sponsor, Betty Wil- moth, Sara Broome, Beverly Marshall, Faye Gray, and Jackie Gates. Cynthia Sturdivant, assisted a staff of sixteen students .whose jobs ranged from copy editor to business man- jager. Although the staff worked during sixth period, ' -many sessions were held after school to complete copy ; to meet the deadlines. Co-Editors, Jackie Gates and Cynthia St urdivant, learn the best way to compose a yearbook. Beverly Marshall, senior editor; Randy Stephens, photographer; David Ledford, advertising manager; Edgar Broome, Business manager; and Billy Bailey get to- gether for an important meeting. 55 STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE Junior S.C.A. representatives are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Sandra Proffitt, Ellen Geary, Carol Jones, Frances Sligh, Heather Magruder, Gay Wright, and Mrs. Julia Harwell, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Christine Morgan, Amelia Creasy, Linda Wood, Paul Broughton, Cheryl Gill, Jo Ellen Eanes, Richard Moss, Jeffie Anderson. THIRD ROW: Barbara Stinson, Cheryl Ruffin, Steve Dyson, David Fisher, and Butch Usry. Officers of the Junior S.C.A. are (left to right) Pat Blaylock, secretary; Frances Sligh, vice-president; and Larry Adams, president. Boys have the advantage during the S.C.A. ' s annual Geek Week. 56 ASSOCIATION Senior S.C.A. representatives are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Ree Yager, Joanna Otto, Judy Mitchell, Gail Johnson, Jan Peters, Donald Miles, Sarah Ellis, Mary Carol Shoosmith, Joyce Sligh, Miss Ellen Conyers, and Mr. J. Wilson Crump, sponsors. SECOND ROW: Diane Vaughan, Mickie Rabineau, Pat Ferrell, Mildred Shumaker, Barbara Garnett, Rebecca Robertson, Barbara Coulter, Peggy Burgess, Phyllis Shields, Julie Roman. THIRD ROW: Pat Myers, Linda Spinner, Peggy Denny, Brenda Gunn, Floyd O ' Brien, John Broughton, Bobby Johnson, Richard Gmndy, and Otto Wolff. Officers of the S.C.A. are (left to right) Joyce Sligh, reporter; Donald Miles, vice-president; Jan Peters, president; Sarah Ellis, secretary; and Gail Johnson, treasurer. One of the Student Council ' s many ac- tivities is selling school supplies. Members of Quill and Scroll SEATED are (left to right) Rose Marie Yager, Cynthia Sturdivant, STANDING are Fay McCauley, Mrs. Broughton, sponsor, George Hazelton, Jackie Gates, Edwin Cowherd, and Ann Booton . Quill and Scroll officers decorate for their dance. They are (Left to Right) Jackie Gates, vice- president; Fay McCauley, president; Ree Yager, secretary-treasurer; and Ann Booton, historian. QUILL SCROLL Members of the club seated around the table are Mrs. Cobbs, sponsor, Sally Boss, Pat Myers, Frances Mourie, Jennie Napier, Mary Stotesberry, Judy Tarr, Betty Spencer, and Holly Maguigan. DANIEL LIFE Officers selecting daily devotions are (Left to Right) Betty Spencer, historian; Mary Stotesberry, presi- dent; Frances Mourie, secretary-treasurer; and Judy Tarr, vice-president. 58 FIRST ROW, (Left to Right): Fay McCauley, Anne Booton, Rose Marie Yager, Cynthia Sturdivant, Barbara Coulter. SECOND ROW: Jackie Gates, Edwin Ray Cowherd, Ted Biswanger, C. T. Perdue, Billy Blaylock, and Miss Hudson, sponsor. i NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ted Biswanger, president, and Miss Elizabeth Hudson, sponsor, plan Installation Ceremony and make prep- arations for all of the new in-coming members of the ensuing year. Officers: (Left to Right) Jackie, historian; Edwin, treasurer; Ted, president; Miss Hudson, sponsor; C. T., vice-president; and Fay, secretary. 59 ■•ill ADLOYHO CLUB Members of the Adloyho Club are (left to right), FIRST ROW: N. Wagner, J. Hughes, M. Fitzgerald, J. Anderson, H. Worrell, R. Grundy, J. Williamson, F. Harris, T. Harris, H. Heckel, G. Fendley, R. Fulghum. SECOND ROW: C- Schenck, C. Reekes, A. Booton, S. Teller, B. Avent, P. Garrett, N. James, M. L. Murphey, E. Geary, B. Bell, B. Fugett, B. Davenport, F. Sligh, P. Wor- ley. THIRD ROW: S. Taylor, J. Owenby, W. McKibbon, R. Collins, E. Ed- wards, T. Keck, J. Broughton, D. Sollars, E. Cowherd, C. T Perdue, T. Bis- wanger, B. Blaylock, D. Murphey, B. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: C. Spain, B. Robertson, C. McDaniel, D. McDaniel, S. Byrum, B. Ray, S. Crump, H. Ma- gruder, and S. Altman. The officers are Pat My- ers, treasurer; Chick Be- ville, president; and Bob Johnson, vice-president. Other members are (left to right), FIRST ROW: S. Haw, J. Roman, J. Craddock, K. Anderson, S. Garrett, N. Andrews, N. Spain, S. Marsh, A. Haggerman, S. Gregory, S. Ivey, N. Herrmann, B. Dean, J. Denny, C. Petree, P. Ferrell, R. Long, B. Coulter, K. Dodge, B. Gunn, J. Otto, C. Crostic, N. Davis. SECOND ROW: A. Parkinson, R. Beverly, A. Mitten, C. Beville, D. Morgan, C. Martin, B. Lohr, L. Whitlow, L. Spinner, M. Blankenship, G. Johnson, S. Ellis, B. Peele, M. Rabineau, B. Quate, M. Davis. THIRD ROW: P. Ross, D. Chaulklin, J. Ryan, D. Perdue, G. Hazelton, D. Hazelton, J. Haw, C. Williams, D. Evans, C. Moore, J. Bratton, A. Bishop, G. Hylton, B. Lundie, J. Sligh, R. Yager. FOURTH ROW: J. Gates, C. McFadden, M. L. Newman, B. Marshall, B. Agee, J. Mitchell, V. Carpenter, C. Hubble, P. Myers, P. Burgess, H. Maguigan, S. Boss, P. Shields, D. Hess, J. Tarr, P. Perkinson, F. McCauley, L. Sale, and B- Wilmoth. Miss Hudson, sponsor, and Chick Beville, president, admire shield given to de- serving students. 60 I I I Tri-Hi-Y officers are (left to right) Gudrin Corbin, historian; Nancy Nuckols, secretary; Mary Carol Shoosmith, president; Nan Davis, vice-president; Barbara Garnett, S.C.A. representative; and Susan Bock, treasurer. TRI-HI-Y Members of the Hi-Y are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Chick Beville. SECOND ROW: Billy Wood- fin, Paul Early. THIRD ROW: Ray Cumbie, A. M. Kinker, Howard Cobbs. FOURTH ROW: Wayne Keenan, Doug Spencer, Dick Sollars, Jerry Harwell. FIFTH ROW: Walter McKibbon, Bradley Ridout, David Haden, Philip Ross, Chuck Agrella. SIXTH ROW: Mr. Harold Gibson, sponsor, Reb Boggs, John Heil, Jim Katcham, and Richard Grundy. Members of the Tri-Hi-Y are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: M. C. Shoosmith. SECOND ROW: N. Nuckols, N. Davis. THIRD ROW: S. Bock, G. Corbin, B. Garnett. FOURTH ROW: F. McCauley, J. Percival, C. Cole, M. Rabineau. FIFTH ROW: S. Byrum, L. Sale, F. Witeck, B. Ray, J. Otto. SIXTH ROW: N. Harlow, B. Colbert, S. Hitt, G. Johnson, S. Ellis, B. Peele. SEVENT H ROW: K. Dodge, M. Robertson, M. L. Newman, P. Crook, B. Lundie, J. Roman, Miss D. Ramsey, sponsor, P. Shields, A. Booton, D. Boder, C. Sturdivant, and B. Coulter. HI-Y Officers of the Hi-Y are (left to right) Ray Cumbie, historian; Howard Cobbs, chaplain; A. M. Kinker, treasurer; Chick Beville, president; Paul Early, vice- president; and Billy Woodfin, secretary. 61 Miss McCutchan, sponsor, and Barbara Agee, editor go over the new cover for the KNIGHTS ' REVIEW. THE KNIGHTS’ REVIEW TOP: Typists are Donna Alcock, Sandra Poole, and Cynthi a Cole . BOTTOM: Members of the business staff are (left to right) Carolyn McDaniel, Diane McDaniel, Clarence Elliott, manager, and Holly Maguigan. TOP: Assistant editors Bonnie Ray and Susan Bock check the deadline dates. BOTTOM: The art staff is composed of (left to right) Ray Cumbie, John Heil, and Mary Lou New- man. f£v V.Y, 62 TOP: Reporters are (left to right) Doug Murphey, Vickie Gilbert, Kay Dalton, Holly Maguigan, Roger Puckett, Myrtle Davis, Connie Kennon, Linda Young, Chester Baake, and Ree Yager. BOTTOM: Typists are Pat Campbell, Jeanne Owenby, Clara Harvey, Patsy Perkinson, Alice Dunbar and Betty Wilmoth. TOP: Associate editors Bobby Brewster, Anne Geary, Judy Davis, and Phyllis Shields go over stories with Miss Nancy Broughton, sponsor, and Ann Booton, editor-in-chief. BOTTOM: Those on the business staff are (left to right) Betty Avent, Susan Teller, Aubrey Lindsey, Edwin Cowherd, manager, Barbara Pierce, Patricia Crook and Betty Arnold. THE QUILL Those on the circulation staff are (left to right) FIRST ROW: Virginia Powell, Dian Hess, Ann Bishop, Eualdine McNeer, Fay McCauley, manager, Patsy Sadler, Patty Cullom . SECOND ROW: Tommy Cook, Fred Spivey, Leslie Little, Bonnie Jones, Seona Smith, and Sherrie Bames. 63 LIBRARY CLUB The members of the Library Club are; (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Mil- dred Shumaker, Patsy Ragland, Barbara Agee, Mary Lou Newman, Nan Taylor, Mary Strang. SECOND ROW: Penny Loving, Barbara Clark, Diane Herr, Carol Bowles, Frances Mourie, Jonnie Driver, Sandy Bolen, Mary Walpole. THIRD ROW: Betty Wadkins, Sandra Smith, Dee Jones, Charl- otte Hubble, Doris Worley. FOURTH ROW: Vickie Pepper, Mary Belcher, Annette Woods, Nancy Tucker. The sponsor is Miss E. Pickhardt. The Library Club Officers are (Left to Right) Patsy Ragland, vice-president; Mary Lou Newman, secretary-treasurer; Mil- representative; ’ and " Bar- JUNIOR RED CROSS bara Agee, president. Junior Red Cross Officers are Barbara Shelton, president; Jim Katcham, vice-president; Linda Spinner, treasurer; and Sara Broome, secretary. Junior Red Cross Representatives are; (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Patsy Osborne, Carolyn Tuck, Linda Whitlow, Trisha Ehly, Vicki Pepper, Cheryl Redmond, Laurel Blaha, Kitty Worley, Linda Beck, Melody Holder, Diane Skinner, Paula Vaughan, Marlene Markham. SECOND ROW: Robert Con- way, Lucy Sale, Donna Boder, Barbara Shelton, Bruce Spencer, Otto Wolff, Jim Clark, James Parlow, David Gwaltney, Tommy Jennings, Johnny Moseley, Benny Brockwell, Larry Adams, Jay Moody, Nancy Hermann. THIRD ROW: Joyce Walden, Donna Davis, Linda Spinner, Daisy Hawkins, Bonnie Ray, Pat Crook, Joann Mead, Patsy Jones, Phyllis Garrett, Mere- dith Robertson, Carole Thompson, Sally Boss, Jody Ronk, Dian Hess, Mary Strang, Sara Broome. 64 TOP LEFT: B. Johnson, D. Whiting, and B. Blay- lock mimeograph basket- ball programs. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Mack D. Moore, sponsor; E. Cow- herd, vice pres.; J. Booton, treas.; J. Peters, pres.; and J. Clark, secty.; discuss new mem- bers. BOTTOM LEFT: R. Grundy, G. Bell, and J. Ivey direct cars at football games. BOT- TOM RIGHT: D. Mur- phey, D. Miles, and P. Ross make plans for the Key Club ' s big project, Career Day. KEY CLUB Members of the Key Club are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: David Ledford, Chester Baake, John Booton, Doug Murphey, Billy Blaylock, David Whiting, Edwin Cowherd, Bobby Johnson, Paul Early, Richard Grundy, Chick Beville, Phillip Ross, Bradley Ridout, Louis Baldwin, SECOND ROW: Dick Sollars, John Broughton, John Ivey, Glenn Smith, George Bell, Billy Woodfin, Douglas Perdue, Jan Peters, Jim Clark, Donald Miles, George Hazelton, John Haw. 65 VARSITY CLUBS Boys ' Officers: D. Led- ford, Pres.; C. Baake, V. Pres.; J. Katcham, Sec.; and J. Booton, Treas. From top left: M. Butler, J. Squires, B. Bailey, W. T. Henshaw, W. Bell, J. Katcham, G- Simmons, J. Hillier, W. Keenan, C. Baake, W. Davenport, J. Thomas, M. Starnes, T. McGee, J. Booton, J. Peters, R. Stevens, F. Spivey, C. Carter, C. Cassel, D. Led- ford, C. Bosher, J. Clements, and L. Williams. Girls ' Officers: J. Spen- cer, Pres.; M. Davis, Sec.; D. Hess, V. Pres.; B. Quate, Treas. Sponsors: Misses Sara Jane Brisentine and Edith Frame. From top left: M. Stotesberry, M. Traylor, L. Ter- rell, J. Sligh, L. Holiday, P. Seay, P. Robertson, S. Poole, M. Wehren, R. M. Yaeger, M. Davis, J. Spen- cer, B. Smith, K. Dalton, D. Boder, P. Dunlevy, D. Hess, M. Shumaker, P. Poole, S. Ellis, C. Schenks, B. Quate, R. Wray. GIRLS’ 66 BAND (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: W. Pate, Drum major, J. Percival, D. Winn, G. Cooper, J. Owenby, P. Garrett, B. R. Cox, C. Schenck, Majorettes. SECOND ROW: T. Ripley, J. Magee, R. Lohr, M. Cumby, B. Hammersly, J. Anderson, K. Kirkland, R. Moonie, B. Julton, M. Maguigan. (Vertical) ROW 1: D. Wheeling, J. Bratton, R. Sharp, F. Beck, W. Harding, W. Kirkland. ROW 2: P. Davis, L. Matthews, C. Inge, S. Pinchbeck, J. Nunnally, L. Bell, M. Cline. ROW 3: J. Nunnally, P. Sturdivant, B. McNew, P. Williamson, R. Whitt, P. Best. ROW 4: J. Anderson, B. Carpenter, K. French, C. Beville, D. Bishop. ROW 5: A. Golden, J. Coghill, G. Hazelton, J. Haw,D. Hazelton, F. Spivey. Mr. Ralph Percival, director; and Mr. J. Wilson Crump, principal. Pep Club members are ( Left to Right) FIRST ROW: B. Camper, D. Bell. SECOND ROW: V. French, D. Davis. THIRD ROW: K. Dalton, B. Gunn. FOURTH ROW: P. Burgh, V. Gilbert, B. Arnold, S. Bames, J. Sligh, D. Burton. FIFTH ROW: L. Lipford, C. Boder, P. Crook, P. Reeves, S. Bock, J. Vincent. SIXTH ROW: P. Denny, B. J. Thomas, B. Peele, S. Dorch, P. House, B. Colbert. PEP CLUB Officers put up posters for game. They are (Left to Right) P. Crook, president; C. Cole, S.C.A. Rep.; L. Lipford, vice-president; S. Bames, secretary; S. Emerson, treasurer; and P. Reeves, historian. 67 Members of the Dramatics Club are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Barbara Smith, Barbara Coulter, Alice Hayes, Mary Carol Shoosmith, Vickie Gilbert, Barbara Colbert, Lucy Sale, Sara Broome. SECOND ROW: Donna Boder, Betty Lou Arnold, Susan Bock, Stella Emerson, Pat Crook, Patsy Ragland, June Allen. THIRD ROW: Jackie Gates, Leslie Little, Doug Mur- phey, Otto Wolff, Bobby Johnson, Edgar Broome, Ree Yager. Dramatics Club Offi- cers are Pat Crook, reporter; Ree Yager, secretary; Edgar Broome, president; Alice Hayes, treasurer; Patsy Ragland, histor- ian; and Sara Broome, vice -president. " To be or not to be? " DEBATE TEAM J ■ r I Soothing the throat ■ after a long debate Debate Club members are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Miss E. Webb, sponsor, Anne Geary, Robert Long, Holly Maguigan, John Lattin, Mrs. B. Cobbs, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Alice Nelson, Vickie Gilbert, Otto Wolff, James Hopkins, Howard Cobbs, Sally Boss, and Philip Daffron. 68 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Members of the F.H.A. are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Miss Thomas, sponsor, Frances Mourie, Barbara Camper, Jonnie Driver, Nancy Nuckols, Barbara Peele, Pat Crook, Barbara Colbert, Mary Carol Shoosmith, Marcia Weliren, Linda Cooper, Peggy Reeves, Diane Herr, June Wade, Dottie Bell. SECOND ROW: Alice Hayes, Bonnie Gill, Beverley Quate, Myrtle Davis, Gudrun Corbin, Annette Woods, Barbara Shelton, Anne Cifelli, Pat Campbell, Joyce White, Jo Ann Mead, April Holder. THIRD ROW: Adrenne Apperson, Helen Little, Sandra Condrey, Frances Sinclair, Nancy Harlow, Ruth Wray, Marie Traylor, Seona Smith, Patsy Sadler, Patty Cullom. Others of the F.H.A. are Fay McCauley, Sandra Shields, Carolyn Harrell, Dorothy Mann, Peggy Denny, Patsy Perkinson, Sherrie Barnes, Jean Spencer, Mary Lou Wood, Beverly Marshall, Barbara Williams, June Allen, Ann Quaiff, Dian Hess. SECOND ROW: Joyce Walden, Patsy Braugh, Charlotte Hubble, Jennie Napier, Betty Arnold, Vickie Gilbert, Lucy Sale, Barbara Smith, Stella Emerson, Kay Dalton, Janice Jones, Janice Pennington, Phyllis Simmons, Mrs. Fallen. THIRD ROW: Virginia Powell, Ann Bishop, Nancy Glass, Patsy Martin, Marion Pierce, Revonda Bishop, Donna Davis, Peggy Dunlvey, Joann Wagofack, Jeannette Wallace, Clara Harvey. What ' s cooking? The F.H.A. officers are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Alice Hayes, pres.; Stella Emerson, v. pres.; Mary Carol Shoosmith, S.C.A. repres.; Pat Crook, secty.; Lucy Sale, reporter. SEC- OND ROW: Clara Harvey, secty.; Anne Ci- felli, hist.; Fay McCauley, treas.; Ann Bishop, Colan. hist.; Peggy Reeves, Colan. pres.; Mar- ian Pierce, Colan. reporter; ReVonda Bishop, Colan, hist.; Dian Hess, v. pres.; and June Allen, treas. Blue ribbons for lots of work 69 n- Thought for the week Dramatics Club prepares for the one-act play. SMMHInlkf III Pep Club makes pom-poms for the big game. S.C.A. officers select records for a sock hop. Library Club member gives assistance . The F.H.A. sponsors the Mother Daughter banquet. Practice before the game Daniel Life Club furnishes devotions. J.R.C. holds annual campaign. ATHLETICS THOMAS DALE CHEERLEADERS Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are (left to right) Gayla Crumpler, Jay Moody, Headcheerleader, Susan Anderson, Judy Mitchell, Beckie Davenport, Kitty Lipscomb, Cheryl Ruffin, Sandra Ivey, Frances Vaughan, and Patsy Johnston. 73 Members of the varsity football squad are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Ralph Thurston, Tommy McGee, Jan Peters, Billy Bailey, Wally Davenport, Wayne Bell, David Ledford, Marvin Starnes, Gordon Simmons, W. T. Henshaw, Bobby Hart, John Squires. SECOND ROW: Chester Baake, Bob Stoker, Duncan Worsham, Mike Neal, Glenn Beasley, Wayne Kee- nan, Gibbons Sloan, John Booton, John Broughton, 1959 T.D. OPPONENT Hopewell . . 6 . . . . 13 Highland Springs . . . . . 2 . . ... 28 Hermitage , . 13 . . .... 0 Petersburg . . . 7 . . ... 14 George Washington . . . 13 . . .... 0 (Danville) Below are (Left to Right) Jack Westfall, assistant coach; Ed Karpus, head coach; and Edwin Cow- herd, manager. OF 1959 James Willis, Millard Vernon, Randy Stephens. THIRD ROW: Jim Katcham, Charles Cassell, David Blake, Joe O ' Brien, Robert Gregory, Jim Clark, Otto Wolff, Johnny Pearce, Pete Wilmoth, Leonard McAdams, Jerry Harmon. FOURTH ROW: Ed Karpus, head coach; Edwin Cowherd, manager, and Jack Westfall, assistant coach. | SCHEDULE T.D. OPPONENT Douglas Freeman .... 19 ...... 13 John Marshall (canceled) Thomas Jefferson ..... 0 ..... 0 Manchester. ........ 6 ..... .7 Co-captain: David Ledford r r Jan Peters V Tommy McGee Marvin Starnes scores first touchdown in Doug- las Freeman game. Another near miss. Wayne Keenan heads for a short gain against Freem an. Baake, get your man. What a mix up ! Knights having hard time. Go get him Bell ! Rebel stands helpless as David Ledford catches TD pass on the last play of half. Blake versus Squires 77 VARSITY FIRST ROW, (Left to Right): Tommy McGee, David Ledford, John Broughton, Wayne Bell and Jan Peters, Co- captains, John Booton, David Blake, and Wayne Keenan. SECOND ROW: Doug Spencer, Larry Floyd, Leonard McAdams, Dick Sollars, John Heil, Bob Stoker, and Coach Jack Westfall. Benny Brockwell, manager, is also shown with the team. " I got ya 1 , McGoo. " " Boys, it ' s up to you now. ' BASKETBALL FIRST ROW, (Left to Right): Lovelene Holiday, manager, Beverly Quate, Sandra Fuller, Barbara Smith, Myrtle Davis and Sara Ellis, Co-captains, Kay Longest, Marilou Wood, Marty Atkins. SECOND ROW: Mildred Shumaker, manager, Miss Brisentine, coach, Sherry Dortch, Mary Lou Newman, Barbara Agee, Patsy Seay, Peggy Denny, Sally Boss, and Dian Hess. " Quick, short passes . . " Hey, watch it! " SOFTBALL Claudia takes a few prac- tice swings. Joyce takes warm-up pitches. Betty shows the best catch- ing style. Varsity Softball Players are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Carol Schenck, Mildred Shumaker, Betty Col- gin, Claudia Dodson, Joyce Sligh, Myrtle Davis, Ree Yager. SECOND ROW: Lovelene Holliday, Faye Lucas, Sarah Ellis, Kay Dalton, Linda Terrell, Mary Stotesberry, Dian Hess, and Patsy Seay. 80 VARSITY BASEBALL Varsity Baseball Players are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: David Blake, Bobby Hart, Jerry Wells, Donald Faison, Bobby Lohr, Jim Katcham, Jan Peters. SECOND ROW: Cecil Carter, manager, Chester Baake, Marvin Starnes, Philip Cooper, Wayne Keenan, Ronnie Farris, and Billy Woodfin. Manager, Cecil Carter, and Coach, Ed Karpus, look over the batting averages. 81 TRACK Team members are (left to right), FIRST ROW: Thomas Trapp, Wayne Bell, Bobby Lohr, Vanlue Morgan, Charles Redmon, George Montgomery, Marvin Starnes, Jim Katcham. SECOND ROW: Dennis Harrup, Ruffin Apperson, James Hopkins, Doug Murphey, Glenn Smith, Luther Matthews, Robert Long, and Percy McFadden. Mr. Jack Westfall, coach, and Fred Spivey, manager, check schedules. Broad jumping is Charles Redmon, high scorer. f- The 1959 track team had a two and five record for the season. George Montgomery broke the school ' s record by pole vaulting 10 feet 3 inches. 82 WRESTLING John and Bob practice in the new wrestling room. Two members of the wrestling team try out some new holds. Members of the wrestling team are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Timmy Shelton, Robert Young, Charles Blue, Rudy Hecker, David Fitzgerald, John Lattin, Melvin Manhart. SECOND ROW: Mr. Williams, coach, Bob Gregory, Bob Long, Thomas Trapp, Eugene Conn, Howard Cobbs, and John Squires. 83 JUNIOR FOOTBALL BASEBALL J. V. baseball players arc: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: D. Spencer, D. Sollars, R. Morgan, Mr. A. Kock, G. Reibsamcn, S. Peach, J. Broughton, J. Atkins. SECOND ROW: W. McCauley, J. Magee, G. Beazley, B. McNew J. Long, D. Payne, J. Coghill, J. Walton. fe 1 " ■ 84 VARSITY Members of the boys ' J. V. squad are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Mr. Crummette, coach, G. Bell, G. Brubaker, R. Thurston, W. McKibbon, J. Ryan, S. Huddle. SECOND ROW: D. Stewart, P. Ross, J. Huddle, P. Best, B. Ridout, L. Baldwin, W. Carter, and J. Mann. BASKETBALL Members of the girls ' J. V. squad are: (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: L. Holliday, manager, B. Tunstall, L. Quate. H. Maguigan, N. Flcrrmann, C. Martin, B. Gill, A. Apperson, J. Denny. SECOND ROW: M. Shumaker, manager, Miss E. Frame, coach, S. Bowen, R. Long, J. Denny, P. Ferrell, B. Carpenter, P. Blaylock, and N. L. Spain. 85 Who has the ball? and the score Go Knights Get that ball! Come on, Knights, now we want some action! Will he break the hold? Good shot! J.V. ' s practice drills It ' s a tense moment! f A m m I ! I I HOMECOMING mv cap Smile, Mary Carol, Varsity Cheerleaders Mr. Crump crowns the Homecoming Queen, Barbara Shelton. 1 JvmS 1 v $ •» Red Riding Hood on the Dramatics Club float. I 88 MISS THOMAS DALE I960 I JUNIOR — SENIOR PROM South Pacific Students dance tc the music of the Knight Rockers. Crown Bearer, Scooter Cunningham Juniors and Seniors form traditional figure at 10:00. King--Waverly Carr Queen- -Claudia Dodson And more people with candles People with candles 90 Members of the mixed chorus are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Diane Vaughan, Virginia Powell, Sue Hitt, Ann Quaiff, Johnnie Broome, Bonnie Jones, Kay Dalton, Pat Campbell, Betty Stewart, Stella Emerson, Erma Huband, Brenda Fletcher, Bettie Rae Cox, Miss Pinchbeck. SECOND ROW: Helen Little, Doris Smith, Patsy Davis, Faye Gray, Betsy Dean, Evelyn Horning, Marilou Wood, Ann Raster, Beckie Davenport, Barbara Bryant, Patsy Jones, Sandra Pinchbeck, Mary Blankenship, Barbara Colbert, Carolyn Harrell, Rose Fowler, Retta Jean Coleman. THIRD ROW: Martha Hague, Frances Mourie, Jerry Harmon, Steve Dyson, Lewis Baldwin, Ber- nard Eanes, Skip Sexton, Euclid Carnes, Jim Katcham, Tommy McGee, Fred Kelly, and Pat Choate. Officers of the mixed chorus are: Kay Dalton, treasurer; Stella Emerson, vice-president; Connie Jones, librarian; Jim Katcham, Tommy McGee, robe custodian, Pat Campbell, president; and Miss Pinchbeck, the choral director. CHORUS Officers of the girls ' chorus are Diane Vaughan, vice-president; Bettie Rae Cox, president; Erma Huband, librarian; Miss Pinchbeck, director; Betty Stewart, treasurer; and Evelyn Horning, robe custodian. Members of the girls ' chorus are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Diane Vaughan, Virginia Powell, Beckie Davenport, Evelyn Horning, Betty ' •tewart, Erma Huband, Bettie Rae Cox, Mary Blankenship, Carolyn Harrell, Retta Jean Coleman, Miss Pinchbeck. SECOND ROW: Kathryn Cowherd, Doris Smith, Betsy Dean, Patsy Davis, Patsy Jones, Faye Gray, Rose Fowler, Barbara Bryant, Pat Choate, and Sandra Pinchbeck. 91 Those trying out for the junior play are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Julie Roman, Meredith Robertson, Virginia French. SECOND ROW: Barbara Agee, Patsy Seay, Mickie Rabineau, Carol Lang, Gudrin Corbin, Joanna Otto, Nancy Harlow. THIRD ROW: Gail Johnson, Jerry Harwell, Millard Vernon, Jim Clarke, Mike Neal, and Bob Stoker. 1 I JUNIORS PRESENT " BEAUTY AND THE BEEF” Others trying out are Beverley Quate, Sarah Ellis, Paul Early, Sandra Poole, Bonnie Ray, Becky Choate, Faye Gray, Joyce Sligh, and Bob Sto- ker. Directors of the junior play are Miss Phyl- lis Ailsworth and Mr. Howard Blackman. Also trying out are Julia Fisher, Peggy Reeves, Diane Vaughan, Aubrey Puett, Marcia Wehren, Sandy Byrum and Clarence Elliot. i i Directors of the senior play are Mrs. Myra Crump (left) and Mrs. Daisy P. Reames. SENIORS PRESENT " REST ASSURED” Those in the senior play are (Left to Right) FIRST ROW: Vickie Gilbert, Betty Lou Arnold, Barbara Smith. SECOND ROW: Edgar Broome, Phyllis Shields, Donna Boder, Barbara Coulter, Billy Blaylock, Myrtle Davis. THIRD ROW: Bobby Brewster, Bobby Johnson, Bill Leland, Doug Murphey, and Tommy Cook. WHO’S MOST TALENTED Sue Hitt, Donald Miles 94 WHO MOST DIGNIFIED Erma Huband, Billy Blaylock BEST DRESSED Jackie Gates, Donald Miles BIGGEST TALKERS Kay Dalton, Randy Stephens BEST LOOKING Barbara Pearce, Jerry Jernigan CUTEST Barbara Coulter, Jim Katcham 95 T.D. ' s " Knight of Old Prize for the best Geek Week S.C.A. installs its officers Our Homecoming Queen A float in the Homecoming Parade Spring Concert for the chorus SENIOR DATA JUNE HAZEL ALLEN FHA 3,4,5, (Treasurer 5); Adloyho Club 3; Dra- matics Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Library Club 2,3. JULIAN RUFFIN APPERSON Library Club 1; Track 3,4,5; Monitor 5. ELIZABETH LOUISE ARNOLD Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, 5; FHA 2,3,4; JV Basketball 3; Debate Club 2; Pep Club 3,4,5; Junior Play 4; Senior Play 5; Monitor 5; Business Staff Quill 5. BETTY ANN AVENT Adloyho Club 1,2 ,3,4,5 (Shield 4); Library Club 1,2; Quill Staff 5; Monitor 5. CHESTER HAMBLIN BAAKE Varsity Football 3,4,5; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5; JV Football 1,2; Varsity Club 3,4,5 (Vice-president 4,5); Key Club 4,5; Junior Red Cross 1,2; Monitor 5; Quill Staff 4,5; Chorus 3. WILLIAM SHERWOOD BAILEY JV Football 3; Varsity Football 4,5; Track 3; Boys ' Varsity Club 3,4,5; Reflector Staff 5; Monitor 5; Band 1,2,3. SHERRIE PAULINE BARNES FHA 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Dramatics Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5 (Historian 3); Pep Club 4,5 (Secretary 5); Monitor 5; Quill Staff 5. ELEANOR LEE BEAZLEY Pep Club 3,4,5; Quill Staff 5; Monitor 5. WAYNE HENRY BELL Basketball 3,4,5; Football 3,4,5; Track 4; Varsity Club 4,5; Monitor 5. ANNE RAINEY BISHOP Adloyho Club 1,2 ,3, 4, 5 (Shield 4); FHA (Shield 4: Colantroknight Historian 5); Library Club 1,2,3 ,4 (Vice-President 4); Curtis Campaign Representative 2, 3, 4, 5; Quill Staff 5; Monitor 5. REVONDA JOY BISHOP FHA 3,4,5 (Shield -Colantroknight Officer); Chorus 2; Monitor 5. CHARLES THEODORE BISWANGER, III Adloyho Club 4,5; National Honor Society 5. WILLIAM McGHEE BLAYLOCK Adloyho Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5 (Shield 3, President, Bar 4;) Reflector Freshman Editor 2; SCA 2, 3, 4, 5 (Treasurer--District Convention 2,3,4,) J.V. Foot- ball 3; Varsity Football 4; Class President 4,5; Key Club 4,5 (Convention) Junior Play; Senior Play; National Honor Society 5. NICHOLAS LEE BODENHAMER Junior Red Cross 2,3; Adloyoho Club 2,3. DONNA ELIZABETH BODER J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Jr. Red Cross 2,4,5; S.C.A. 1; Senior Play 5; Adloyoho Club 5; Monitor 5; Pep Club 3,4,5. GERALDINE ANN BOOT ON Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5; Adloyho Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Jr. Red Cross 3; Quill 4,5 (Editor) Reflector 3; National Honor Society 5; Quill and Scroll 5; Monitor 5. CARSON GARY BOSHER Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5; S.C.A. 2,3; Junior Red Cross 4; J.V. Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4,5; (Letter 3) Varsity Basketball 4,5; Varsity Track 4,5; Chorus 2,3. SARA ELIZABETH BROOME F.H.A. 5; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, 5; (Vice President) Pep Club 4; Red Cross 5 (Secretary) Reflector Staff 5; Monitor 5; Ring Dance Committee. HIRMAN EDGAR BROOME Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, 5; (Treasurer 3, Vice Presi- dent 4, President 5) District State Play Festival 2, Junior Play 4 (Chairman); Senior Play 5 (Chair- man); Knights Review 4; Reflector 5 (Business manager); Monitor 5; Boys ' State 4. ROBERT AYDEN BREWSTER, II J.V. Football 1,2; J.V. Baseball 1,3; S.C.A. Repre- sentative 2; Debate Club 4; Varsity Basketball Team 4; (Sports Write r; Boys’ Sports Editor) Quill; Senior Class Play 5; Monitor 5. DIANNE BURTON F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, 5; S.C.A . 1; Pep Club 2; Daniel Life 1 . MELVIN JAMES BULTER Varsity Football 1,2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball; Boys ' Varsity Club 1,2, 3, 4 (President 4); Quill 5 (Reporter). PATRICIA ANN CAMPBELL FHA 1,2 ,3,4,5, Quill Staff 4,5, (Typist) Knights ' Review 4 (Typist) Pep Club 3,4; Chorus 4,5, (Presi- dent 5) Monitor; All State Chorus 5. WILLIAM EUCLID CARNES Varsity Football 3; Junior Varsity 2; Curtis Cam- paign Manager 2; Monitor 5; Chorus 5; Daniel Life Club 2. VIRGIE MAE CARROLL FHA 3,4. CECIL CARTER Junior Varsity Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; Wrestling 4; Baseball Manager 2,3,4; Boys ' Varsity Club 2,3,4, Quill Staff 5; Monitor 5. FAYE LUCAS CHALKELY FHA 3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Knights ' Review 4. ANNE LEE CIFELLI Jr. FHA 2, (Treasurer) Sr. FHA 4,5, (Historian) Monitor 5; Adloyho 3; Jr. Play. JAMES CLAWSON Adloyho 3; Safety Patrol 5. fAMES FRANKLIN CLEMENTS ' arsity Football; Varsity Club. 97 THOMAS WAYNE COOK Quill Staff 4,5; Monitor 5; Safety Patrol 1; Senior Play 5. PHILIP CARSON COOPER J.V. Football 3; Varsity Football 4,5; Baseball 4,5; Band 2,3; Monitor 5. BARBARA JEAN COULTER Adloyho Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5 (Shield 4); S.C.A. 1,2, 3, 5; Varsity Cheering 3,4,5; Reflector Staff 5 (Assistant Ad. Manager); Quill Staff 5; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5 (Historian 4); J.V. Basketball 2; Curtis Campaign 1; Dramatics Club 4,5; National Honor Society 5; Sec. of Class 2; Vice-President of Class 5; Senior Play 5; Monitor 5. EDWIN RAY COWHERD Adloyho Club 1,2, 3 ,4, 5; Key Club 4,5; National Honor Society 5; Quill and Scroll 5; Assistant Foot- ball Manager 4; Head Manager 5; Quill Staff 5; (Shield 4; Bar 4). PATRICIA LOUISE CROOK F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 4.5; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5; Jr. Play 4; Jr. Red Cross Representative 5. PATRICIA ANN CULLOM Monitor 5; Quill Staff 5; F.H.A. 5. DATHLEEN FRANCES DALTON F.H.A. 5; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Library Club 2 (Vice- President); Red Cross Representative 4; Quill Staff 5 (Sports Reporter); Dramatics Club 5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Hockey 3; Basketball 4 (Co-Manager); Softball 3,4,5; Chorus 3,4,5 (Secre- tary; Treasurer); Monitor 5. JUDITH LANE DAVIS Other School; F.H.A. 1; Chriswood Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Monitor 2. F.H.A. 3; Quill Staff 4,5; Managing Editor 5; Monitor 5. MYRTLE JEAN DAVIS Softball 2, 3, 4, 5 (Monogram 2--Star 3,4,5); Basket- ball, J.V. 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4,5 (Star 4,5; Co-Captain 5); Hockey 3 (Star 3); Quill Staff 5; Reflector Staff 5; Monitor 5; Adloyho 1,2, 3 ,4 ,5; F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Girls ' Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, 5 (Sec- retary 5) Senior Play. PEGGY JOYCE DENNY Monitor 5; Pep Club 4,5; F.H.A. 2,4,5; J.V. Basket- ball 4; Varsity Basketball 5; Quill Staff 5; S.C.A. Representative 5. BARBARA ALICE DUNBAR S.C.A. 2; J.R.C. 1; Adloyho Club 3,5; Quill Staff 5; Monitor 5; French Club 5; Curtis Campaign 5 (Manager); Prom Committee 4; Junior Play Com- mittee 4; F.H.A. 4. PATRICIA CAROLE ELDER Quill 4,5; Monitor 5; French Club 5. Other School; F.H.A. 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1. STELLA MARIE EMERSON FHA 1,2 ,3, 4, 5 (Vice President 5); Dramatics Club 3,4,5; Pep Club 4,5, (Treasurer 5); SCA 3,4; Chorus 5, (Vice President 5); Homecoming Princess; Monitor 5. DONALD WAYNE FAISON Safety Patrol 2, 3, 4, 5; (Captain 5); Monitor 5; Base- ball 4. JOYCE ANN FRITH Adloyho Club 1,2,5; (Shield 5); Monitor 5. JACQUELINE RUTH GATES National Honor Society 5 (Historian); Quill Scroll 5 (Vice President); Adloyho Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5 (Shield 3, Bar 4); JV Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3 ,4,5 (Head cheerleader 5); Quill Staff 1; Dra- matics Club 4,5 (Secretary 4); Class Secretary 1; JRC Secretary 2,4 (Treasurer 3); Virginia Girls ' State 4; Reflector Co-Editor 5; Junior-Senior Prom Chairman 4. VICKIE ANNE GILBERT Dramatics Club 2,3,4 (Historian 3); Debate Club 3; FHA 1,2 ,3 ,4, 5; Pep Club 3,4,5; Quill Staff 5; Reflector Staff 5 (Feature Editor); Junior Play 4; Senior Play 5; Junior-Senior Prom Decorating Committee Chairman NANCY LAVERN GLASS FHA 1,2; Pep Club 1; Monitor. TERRY EDISON GLASS Monitor 5; Knights ' Review Staff. MARY ANN HAIGWOOD Other School: Glee Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 2; Cheer- leader 3; Science Club 3; President of Class 3; Art Editor School Newspaper 3; Future Business Leaders of America 4. Campaign Manager of Curtis Cam- paign 5. ROSEMARY HARMON SCA 3; Knights ' Review 4; Pep Club 4. MARY WHITE HARMON Chorus 3. ROBERT WILLIAM HART Other School; Baseball 1. Quill Staff 4,5; Varsity Football 4,5; Varsity Baseball 4,5; Varsity Club 5; Monitor 5; Boys ' State 4; Junior Class Variety Show 4; Usher, Variety Show 5. CLARA MAE HARVEY FHA 4,5 (Secretary 4); Quill Staff 5. ALICE BETTY HAYES FHA 1,2 ,3 ,4, 5 (President 5); Dramatics Club 4,5 (Treasurer 5); Junior Red Cross 4; JV Cheerleader 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Quill Staff 5. EDITH MAE HENDERSON FHA 2,3; Junior Red Cross Representative 2. DIAN MARIE HESS 98 Adloyho Club 4,5 (Sec.); Girls’ Varsity Club 3,4,5 (Vice President); F.H.A. 3,4,5 (Vice-President); Library Club 1,2,3 (Vice-President) 4 (Sec.); J.V . Basketball 3; Varsity Basketball 4,5; Junior Red Cross 5; Daniel Life Club 3,4; Quill Staff 5; Softball 3.4.5. SUZANNE ALLEN HITT Chorus 3,4,5; Candidate for All State Chorus 4,5; S.C.A . Rep. 3; F.H.A. 4; R.H.Y. 3,4,5. JAMES LEE HOPKINS Debate Club 3,4,5; Monitor 5; Dramatics Club 5; Adloyho Club 3. ERMA K. HUBAND Knights ' Review 3,4,5; S.I.P.A. 3; Editor 4; Library Club 1,3; (Secretary, Treasurer) 3 Forensic Meet; Poetry Reading 2,3 ,4,5; Dramatics Club 2; Chorus 2,4,5; Librarian 5; Candidate for All State Chorus 5. JOHN ROBERT IVERY Key Club 4,5; S.C.A. 1. THELMA SUE JACKSON F.H.A. 5; Monitor 5. ROBERT LLOYD JOHNSON Adloyho Club 3,4,5 (Shield 4, Vice President 5); Quill Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4,5; Junior Play 4; S.C.A. 4,5; Key Club 5; Senior Play 5. BONNIE GRAY JONES Daniel Life 2; FHA 2,3 ,4,5; Chorus 4,5 Librarian 5; Quill 5 Exchange Editor. JAMES CAMPBELL KATCHAM Track Team 2,5; J.V. Football 2; Junior Red Cross 3.4.5, Vice-President 5; Varsity Football 3,4,5; Varsity club 3,4, Secretary of Varsity Club 5. CONSTANCE ANNETTA KENNON Quill 5; Monitor 5. DAVID ROBERT LEDFORD J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4,5, (Co-Captain 4,5) J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 4,5; Track 3; Key Club 3,4,5, (Secy. 4, President 5) Junior Red Cross 3,4, (Treasurer 4). AUBREY LEE LINDSEY JR. Photography Club 1; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 3,4,5; Quill Staff 5; Senior Class Treasurer. LOIS ODELL LIPFORD Chorus 2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 4, (Vice-President 5.) MELVIN CLINTON MANHART J.V. Football 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 2; Chorus 4. DOROTHY ROBERTA MANN FHA 2, 3, 4, 5; Adloyho Club 1,2,3. BEVERLY JANE MARSHALL FHA 2; Quill Staff 5; Reflector Staff 5 (Senior Editor); Adloyho Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Library Club 2; JRC Representative 1,2,3; Curtis Campaign Representa- tive 1,3,5; Monitor 5. LUTHER WRIGHT MATTHEWS, III J.V. Football 1,2; Band 1,2, 4, 5 ( Vice -President) 4, Captain 5, Assistant Director 2); SCA Representa- tive 2; Knights Review Staff 4 (Business Manager); Reflector Staff 5 (Art Editor); Track 4. ELIZABETH FAY McCAULEY Adloyho Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, 5; Junior Red Cross 2; Quill Staff 4,5; FHA 5 (Treas- urer); Quill Scroll 4,5 (President); National Honor Society 5 (Secretary). DONALD NELSON MILES Class President 1; SCA 2; Key Club 5, SCA Vice- President 5; Quill Staff 5. DOUGLAS WOODFIN MURPHY, JR. Adloyho Club 3,4,5; Key Club 3,4,5 (Convention 3); Curtis Campaign Representative 3; Junior Play 4; Track Team 4; Dramatics Club 4,5; Senior Play 5; Quill Staff 5. ELIZABETH JEAN OWENBY Other Schools: Majorette 1,2 (Monogram 1, Note 2, Head Majorette 3); Secretary of Class 1; Class Treas- urer 2; Latin I Club 2; Science Club 2; Island Echo Staff 2 (Freshman Reporter); Safety Patrol 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Band Club 3. Majorette 4,5 (Head Majorette 5, Monogram 4, Note 5); Adloyho Club 4,5; Quill Staff 5 (Typist). DAVID WAYNE PATE Other School: Band 1,2. Keep Virginia Green 3; Band 3,4,5; Drum Major 4,5; Hi-Y 5. BARBARA SHELTON PEARCE FHA 3,4,5; Varsity Cheerleading 4,5; Quill Staff 5; Reflector Staff 5; Junior Red Cross Representative 1,3; Class Vice-President 2; Class Secretary 3,4; Junior Red Cross Vice.-President 4; Junior Red Cross President 5; Homecoming Queen 5. CLAIBORNE TUCKER PERDUE Adloyho Club 2,3 ,4,5; Honor Society 5 (Vice- President 5). PATRICIA IRENE PERKINSON FHA 2, 3 ,4, 5; Adloyho 4,5; Quill Typist 5; Library Club 3,4. JAN LARUEN PETERS JV Basketball 1,2; JV Football 1,2; President of Class 2; Vice-President 3; Vice-President SCA 4; President SCA 5; SCA Representative 3; Varsity Football 4,5; Varsity Basketball 3,4,5; President Key Club 5; Adloyho Club 3,4,5; Varsity Club 3,4,5; Varsity Baseball 4. MARION SUE PIERCE Red Cross 1; Library 2; FHA 2; Library 3; FHA 3 (Reporter); Pep Club 3. LEROY POPE III Keep Virginia Green Club 2,3,4. 99 ELDRIDGE RAY PORTER Chorus 3 ,4,5. VIRGINIA RAYE POWELL S.C.A. 1; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Chorus 3,4,5; Quill Staff 5; Library 1,2. ROGER ALVIN PUCKETT Quill Staff 5; Monitor 5. PATRICIA ELLA RAGLAND Tri-Hi- Y 2,3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Library Club 4,5 (Vice-President 5). PATSY ANN SADLER F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Daniel Life 4; Chorus 4; Quill Staff 5. LUCY MARION SALE F.H.A. 1,3 ,4,5 (Reporter 5); Adloyho Club 3,4,5; Dramatics Club 3,4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5; Knights ' Review 4; Quill Staff 4,5; Junior Play 4. HERBERT ANDREW SEXTON Other Schools; Chorus 3,4; Football 1,2; Baseball 1. PHYLLIS ETHEL SHIELDS Adloyho Club 1,2 ,3, 4, 5 (Shield 4); F.H.A. 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5; Quill Staff 5 (Assoc. Editor); Class Secretary 5; S.C.A. Representative 5; Senior Play 5; Curtis Campaign Representative 2. MARY CAROL SHOOSMITH Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5 (Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Presi- dent 5); Pep Club 4 (Treasurer); Dramatics Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 3,4,5 (S.C.A. Representative 5); J.V. Cheerleader 3; Varsity Cheerleader 5; Knights ' Review 4; Quill Staff 5. BARBARA JANE SMITH Dramatics Club 3,4,5; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 4,5; Girls ' Varsity Club 3,4,5; Basketball 3,5; Junior Play 4; Reflector Staff 5; Red Cross Representative 4; Monitor 5; Senior Play 5; Knights ' Review Staff 4; Miss Thomas Dale 4. SEONA ANN SMITH F.H.A. 2,3 ,4,5; Daniel Life Club 4. JEAN CAROLYN SPENCER Photography Club 1,2; Library Club 2; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, 5; Dramatics Club 2; J.V. Basketball 3; Varsity Softball 3; Varsity Club 4,5 (President 5); Pep Club 4; Varsity Basketball Manager 4. FREDRICK DEAN SPIVEY S.C.A. 1; J.V. Football 3; Band 4,5; Track Manager 4; Quill Staff 5; Varsity Club 5. RICHARD RANDOLPH STEPHENS Varsity football 4,5 (Star 5); Varsity Basketball 4 (Letter 4); Boys ' Varsity Club 4,5; Quill Staff 5; Reflector Staff 5; Monitor 5. CYNTHIA LEIGH STURDIVANT Adloyho Club 1,2, 3, 4, 5 (Shield 4); Quill Class Reporter 1,2,3; Co-Editor of Reflector 5; J. V. Cheerleader 3; Times Dispatch Teen Writer 4,5; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5 (Chaplain 3, Vice-President 2); Dramatics Club 5; Reflector Class Editor 1,4; Junior Play 4; Thalhimer Teen Council Representative 4; F.H.A. 3,4,5; National Honor Society 5; S.C.A. Representative 1; Monitor 5; Quill and Scroll 5. SUSAN JANE TELLER Dramatics Club 2; Adloyho Club 4,5; Jr. Play Prompter 4; Pep Club 4,5; Quill Business Staff 5. FRANCES LaVERNE TRAYLOR F.H.A. 1. HAZEL JEANNETTE WALLACE F.H.A. 3,4,5; 4-H Club 1,2; Band 1; Chorus 1,2. JOANNE LOUISE WARGOFCAK F.H.A. 3,4,5. JEWELL ROASEVELT WEST F.H.A. 2,3,4; Quill 5 (Circulation Staff); Monitor 5. FAYE DAVIS WITECK Library Club 1,2,3 (Secretary 3); Dramatics Club 1,2,3 ,4; Quill Reporter 5; Knights ' Review 4. DAVID JUDSON WHITING Key Club 4,5. LEROY WAYNE WILLIAMS Monitor 5; Curtis Campaign Manager 5. BETTY ANNE WILMOTH Monitor 5; Reflector Staff 5; Quill Staff 5; Adloyho Club 1,2 ,3, 4, 5; F.H.A. 1,2,3 (Secretary 1) Curtis Campaign Representative 1,2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Pep Club 4; Knights ' Review Staff 4. OTTO JAY WOLFF S.C.A. Representative 1,5; Track 4; Varsity football 5; Senior Play 5; Monitor 5; Debate Club 4,5; Jr. Red Cross 5. ROSE MARIE YAGER Adloyho Club 1,2 ,3 ,4,5 (Shield 4); National Honor Society 5; Quill and Scroll 5 (Secretary-Treasurer); Quill Staff 4,5; Reflector Staff 5; Dramatics Club 3,4,5 (Treasurer 4, Secretary 5); F.H.A. 3; Jr. Red Cross 3; S.C.A. 5; Girls’ State 4; Monitor 4; Soft- ball 4 (Letter); Girls ' Varsity Club 4,5; J.V. Cheer- leader 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4,5; Jr. Play Prompter 4; News Leader Reporter 4,5. LINDA FAYE YOUNG Curtis Campaign Representative 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4, 5; Quill Reporter 5; Adloyho Club 1; Safety Patrol 1; Pep Club 4. Other School: Chorus 1; 4-Club 1 (Secretary-Treasurer); Pep Club 4. 100 101 BOOSTERS Mrs. Rachael B. Apperson Mr. John W. Rothert Mr. Roy E. Tucker Mrs. Nancy H. Broughton Mrs. Wenonah W. Mayo Mrs. Bertie S. Staples Miss Nancy G. Albert Miss Sarah J. Brisentine Mrs. Betty J. Scholl Mrs. Myra G. Crump Miss Doris R. Ramsey Mrs. Ann L. Tyler Miss Thelma S. Biddle Mr. John R. Kopko Miss Martha L. Thomas Mrs. Joyce C. 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In Richmond, Virginia the Place To Dine Is JULIAN’S RESTAURANT 2529 West Broad St. CLAYTON MOTOR CARS, INC. 247 N. Market St. Petersburg, Va. Your Rambler Dealer Pay attention,Clemments. HARRIS-BRENAMAN, INC. ATHLETIC SUPPLIES SPORTING GOODS 117 East Grace St. Richmond 19, Virginia Phone MI 8-4746 PARKER’S SHOES “FOR THE BEST IN FOOTWEAR” 221 E. Broadway Hopewell, Virginia Phone GL 8-5662 Contented, Randy? CHESTER BEAUTY SHOP Turman P. Burton Proprietor Phone SH 8-2105 Hrs. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. Where Southside Virginia Shops and Saves Petersburg Pike and Southside Plaza " Don ' t feel so good, Coach. II Compliments LANCE INC. REP. -TOM ROBERTS Call RE 2-3374 219 Lafayette Ave. Colonial Heights, Va. Compliments of BRINKLEY AND CO. Big Dave. Courtesy of WOODFIN BROTHERS TRUCK LINE Stop 29 !4 Petersburg Pike Richmond, Virginia W, T. GRANT ‘KNOWN FOR VALUES’ 22 W. Washington St. Petersburg, Virginia I " Tell me again, Donna. ' MARKS CLOTHING CO. FOR MEN AND BOYS Hopewell, Virginia SHOO SMITH ' S GARAGE Phone BE 3-4746 BROAD ROCK PHARMACY J. F. Hollenbeck Hull St. and Broad Rock R oad Richmond, Virginia Phone BE 2 2334 HARWELL’S HARDWARE Hardivare—P aints Garden Supplies Phone SH 8-2388 Chester, Virginia ' Compliments of JOSEPH G. ANTHONY PATRICK HENRY BARBER SHOP Compliments of BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. OF HOPEWELL, INC, Ninth and City Point Road i b " You call me ? 1 The brains at work n l, Smitty? Compliments of A t B . C . FOUNDRY COMPANY Chester, Virginia ROY’S GROCERY 46 Chesterfield Ave. Ettrick, Virginia Phone RE 3-9911 All Athletes? WILLIAMS BUSINESS MACHINES Boulevard and Lee Colonial Heights, Va. Make Portable Typewriters Supplies, Stationery Service " Be stem, Faye. " HINES FOOD CENTER Colonial Heights, Va. FREE DELIVERY RE 2-1319 TUCKER’S TIRE AND BATTERY Wheel Alignment, Balancing State Inspection Complete Car Service 1101 Blvd., Col. Hts. Phone RE 7-6027 Romance of the year. HARRY HAYCOX’S TEXACO Stop 27 Petersburg Pike BE 2-3521 We Give S H Green Stamps COMMUNITY PAINT AND HARDWARE 105 Pickwick Ave. Colonial Heights, Va. PAINTS- HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS Phone RE 3-5702 End of a perfect day Who ' s under the coat? ROBERTS AUTO SERVICE Stop 23, Richmond Petersburg Pike Richmond, Virginia BE 2-9993 Compliments of SOUTHSIDE STOCKYARDS INC. Petersburg, Va. ' Here I am! " WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATION STORE 242 E. Broadway Hopewell, Virginia Phone GL 8-3410 Who ' s next? Compliments of THE CLOVER ROOM TAYLOR’S Clothes for the Best Dressed Young Men. 119 N. Sycamore St. Petersburg, Virginia KRESGE’S 5 AND 10 “The Friendly Store” 112 N. Sycamore St. Petersburg, Va. BROCKWELL INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 108 Pickwick Ave. Colonial Heights, Va. QUALITY INSURANCE DEVOTED SERVICE JOHNNY’S HOUSE 4410 Hopkins Road Pizzas Delivered Large - - - $1.25 Small - - - $.75 Mgrs.— Johnny Maugigian Max Saylor T. S. BECKWITH AND CO. Office Furniture Office Supplies Petersburg Virginia TUDOR’S INCORPORATED 36 S. Sycamore St. Petersburg Va. Our Best Wishes to the Class of ’60 THE VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Compliments of A FRIEND HOLLYWOOD JEWELERS South Richmond’s Leading Jewelers Phone BE 3-9783 1433 Hull St. Richmond Virginia Compliments VIRGINIA LINEN SERVICE INC. Rent Linens for All Institutions, Restaurants and Motels RE 2-3312 Petersburg, Va. LUBMAN’S Ladies’ — Men’s — Boys’ Wear 231-233 North Sycamore St. Phone RE 3-9731 Petersburg Virginia Compliments of TUCKERSHARPE AMERICA’S NO. 1 PEN Oh- - my words ! Girls ' State Three Stooges ! Lucy- -My goodness ! SEAR’S SHOE STORE Shoes for the Family GL 8-2447 Hopewell Va. CORMANY’S SPORTING CENTER 301 Randolph Rd. Telephone GL 8-9500 Hercules (?) MEHL’S JEWELERS 1405 Hull Street Richmond, Va. Diamonds — 11 atches Solid Gold and Gold-Filled Jewelry Compliments °f A FRIEND Compliments of VARSITY INN 1501 W. Broadway Hopewell, Va. L. R. BROWN CO. Furniture — Appliances 1523-1601 Hull St. Richmond, Va. Phone BE 2-6232 HUGH W. POWELL’S TEXACO SERVICE We Specialize in Motor Tune Up Brake Service and Minor Repairs Road Service Stop 17 Petersburg Pike Phone BE 2-9051 Richmond Va. May You, The Class of I960, Have the Strength To Accept Defeat and the Courage To Begin Again. Beta Mu National Sorority Chi Chapter Gulp ! % 4 Who are you? UNCLE JOHN’S BARBER SHOP Stop 29% Petersburg Pike Open 9 A.M. t. P.M. Closed ! day’s Flat Top cialist BENNIE’S DRIVE IN A Good Place To Eat 4810 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Phone BE 2-9794 Richmond, Va. Pil Make out club-- KING’S JEWELERS Hopewell’s Leading Jewelers Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, and Gifts 216 East Broadway GL 8-3020 Compliments of GRANTHAM’S Stop 23 — Petersburg Pike Halt! LAKESIDE DELICATESSEN 5506 Lakeside Ave. Kosher Sandwiches and H. AND E. AUTO SERVICE Complete Auto Service Official Inspection Station |j i Homemade Bar-B-(J BE 2-9563 A Specialty Prop., Mr. F. R. Quote Route 15, Box 420-A, Richmond, Va. |r x Assault- -weapon ! SWINEFORD’S FLORIST Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere 1512 Hull Street BE 2-8426 Richmond Virginia HOWARD JOHNSON’S RESTAURANT Landmark for Hungry Americans 651 Boulevard Colonial Heights Virginia •Sgk- • • in 1 1 1 -- 2--3 Dial RE 2-1648 Night RE 2-7496 PICKWICK FLOWERS GIFTS Alex Lucie, Prop. 130 Pickwick Avenue Colonial Heights, Va. ' Pleasing You — Pleases Us” PERDUE’S SELF-SERVICE GROCERY Groceries, Frozen Foods Meats and Vegetables Amoco Gas and Oil River Road at Perdue Avenue Between Ettrick and Matoaea Phone RE 2-9620 ETTRICK ESSO SERVICE River Rd. Chesterfield Ave. G. Harp RE 2-2623 Ettrick, Va. FRANK E. WILEY “Insure Wisely with the Wileys” 218 Union Trust Bldg. RE 3-3321 Petersburg Va. CLARK PRITCHARD CLOTHIERS Michael Stern Suits Bostonian Shoes Arrow Shirts McGregor Sportswear 209 East Broadway Hopewell, Va. DRISKILL’S ESSO SERVICENTER High Market Sts. RE 2-5281 or 2-9450 Petersburg, Va. RALPH WILLIAMS GULF SERVICE 1604 Boulevard Colonial Heights Va. Compliments °f LEWIS H. VADEN Francis . . . T. D. ' s he-men. Remember when . . . Ree? Blow F-Q . . . Blow! The gang ' s all here! BERMUDA RESTAURANT Richmond Petersburg Pike Sp ecializing in Good Food Dine and Dance C ompliments of DISHMAN’S in Colonial Heights, Va. SWIFT CREEK FARMS Restaurant and Motel 3620 Boulevard Colonial Heights, Va. Quality Made Us Famous RE 3-6819 Teacher ' s helpers CARWILE’S Free Road Service To Our Customers Boulevard Colonial Heights, Va. ■ Compliments of SAVEDGE’S 5 4 TO $5 STORE 4612-14 Richmond Petersburg Pike Richmond, Virginia Our Randy . . . and friends. Compliments of FARIS ELECTRIC CO. Authorized Housepower Contractor BE 3-1092 She was about so tall . GEORGE L. WILLIAMS MOTOR CO. 120 West Bank St. RE 3-5828 Maytag Washers and Dryers Petersburg Va. RAY’S AUTO SUPPLY 123 West Bank Street Your Seiberling Tire Dealer Ray Houchens RE 3-7621 WHAT-A-BURGER The Lunch on a Bun J4 Lb. Ground Beef, Mustard, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles, Onions on 5 in. Bun . . . 35 p 1418 Boulevard Colonial Heights We Call Deliver RE 3-6115 LaVOGUE CLEANERS, INC. Same Day Service 36 Chesterfield Ave. Ettrick Va. JENKINS AUTO REPAIR 4200 Petersburg Pike Richmond, Va. Night BE 2-7708 Day BE 2-3105 CHESTERFIELD TREE SERVICE We take down dangerous and dead trees, do tree pruning and tree topping. We also have a nursery and sell all kinds of shrubs and shade trees. We do landscape gar- dening. Leaf molds for borders fully covered by insurance. Route 10, Box 372, Richmond, Vo. ANDREW’S GENERAL STORE Dealers in General Merchandise Ice Rt. 1, Woodpecker Rd. RE 3-4798 Gas Oils . . . Ice Cream Seeds . . . Bulbs . . . Plants MANCHESTER MILLS BE 2-2794, BE 2-1182 2105 2107 Hull St. Richmond, Va. ELLIOTT SUPPLY CO., INC. Appliances — Hardware Electrical Supplies — Plumbing Stop 23, 6325 Jefferson Davis Highway BE 2-4457 LANDA’S NURSERY Specializing in Shrubs Cut Flowers — Plants Paul Landa RE 2-5033 3008 Boulevard Colonial Heights Va. I don ' t feel so good! That sun ' s awfully bright. " Mr. Blue " Which W ay-- ? Compliments of CENTRAL DRUG CO. F ree Delivery Service GL 8-2112 Hopewell, Va. C ompliments KIDS STUFF Toys, Furniture, Hobbies Petersburg Va. MUELLER’S SUPERMARKET MEATS - FROZEN FOODS VEGETABLES - ICE CREAM We Deliver SH 8-2359 Chester Virginia Open Sundays Visit Us for Your Food Needs ALEX’S SUPER MARKET Stop 23, Petersburg Pike TIPPY GEORGE’S BARBER SHOP Modern in Every Detail You Are Always Welcome Basement 1520 Hull St. Richmond, Va. George Lewis, Prop. PLAZA BOWL Student Rates Southside Plaza Shopping Center And away we go . . . $ 11 . 95 ! Pay attention Coulter! STAN’S Exclusive Stylists Complete Men’s Wear 5 N. Sycamore St. RE 2-6386 Stan Sickles " The Wheels " ■k BULIFANT, BURKE LEA, INC. Insurance Center P. 0. Box 70 38 Franklin Street Petersburg Virginia REVERE MOLD ENGINEERING, INC. Dies, Jigs, Fixtures, All Kinds of Tool Work 1909 Boulevard Colonial Heights Virginia Smile Randy! McConnell’s SUNOCO SERVICE Auto Accessories Tires of All Kinds Dial BE 2-9527 4202 Hull Street Richmond, Virginia A. F. McConnell, Prop. Engineers, Designers, Molders DOMINION PLASTICS CO. 1913 Boulevard Phone Petersburg RE 3-9671 Colonial Heights, Va. Our gang ! NEWS-JOURNAL Printers— Publishers P. 0. Box 188 SH 8-2111 WORRELL’S BARBER SHOP Modern in Every Detail You Are Always Welcome Rear of Magee’s Drug Store C hester V i rg in i a Chester Virginia Chesterfield chickens (?) mu Compliments of HERMAN JO’S DRIVE IN 4108 Petersburg Pike Dairy Preme— Barbecue BELLWOOD AUTO SERVICE Stop 23 2 Petersburg Pike U. S. No. 1 Phone BE 2-9732 " Ain ' t this sweet? " R. P. EAGLES-PROP. Phone BE 2-2235 Southern Pottery Manufacturers of Standard Florists Pots 2201 Lumkin Avenue KENT’S FURNITURE CO., INC. “Dependable Furniture Since 1897” Petersburg, Virginia Love is grand! LEO A. KRAMER MACHINE WELDING CO. 18 W. 7th Street BE 3-2928 Richmond Virginia STANDARD-JAMES, INC. “For Better Shoes” 124 North Sycamore RE 3-7302 St. Petersburg Va. Make-up makes a " diff. 1 I wish he ' d hurry! COLONIAL HEIGHTS HARDWARE CO. 2011 Boulevard Colonial Heights Virginia Compliments of HARLOW HARDY CO. 17-19 W. Washington Street Petersburg, Va. “Everything for the Home” C. C. BEST GROCERY Fancy Groceries Choice Meats Frozen Foods Gas Oil Rt. 5, Hickory Road Petersburg, Virginia KRAMER BROTHERS General Machine Work and Welding 500 Albany Avenue Richmond 24, Va. B. C. Kramer Jr. - AT 8-2172 T. C. Kramer — BE 3-4280 Business Phone — BE 3-5976 BOGESE’S CONSTRUCTION CO. 15th Ave. Elm Street Hopewell Virginia Designers and Builders Specializing in Home Building GL 8-8585 ATKINS- PHILLIPS, INC. 241 E. Broadway Hopewell, Virginia GE 8-8211 Fine Furniture Westinghouse Appliances Smile for the judges! Speedometers Checked Motor Tune Up MOTTO’S ESSO SERVICENTER Complete Dynamometer Service 3635 Boulevard Colonial Heights, Va. RE 29503 R. L. MANN SON Electrical Contractors Lighting — Fixtures Wholesale to All Phone RE 2-4488 2029 Boulevard Colonial Heights Va. HEARSE AMBULANCE EXCHANGE Stop 24, Petersburg Pike Opposite Bellwood Depot New Used Cars New Used Trucks Service and Repairs NEWCOMB’S MARKET Groceries, Meats, Vegetables Frozen Food Self-Service We Deliver Rt. 7, Willis Road Phone BE 3-5275 One glorious morning . . . J. T. MORRISS SON, INC. Funeral Directors Ambulance Service RE 3-8511 Petersburg GL 8-8516 Hopewell With and Adams Sts. Petersburg W. Broadway at 9th St. Hopewell Va. RITCHIE’S “One Stop Shopping Center’’ Feed and Seed — Hardware Frigidaire Appliances Purina Dog Chow Poultry Supplies John Deere Machinery “Down on the Corner” Short Market and Old Sts. Petersburg, Virginia 4 I ' m so sleepy. There she is--Miss Katcham BROOK’S SHELL SERVICE STATION Road Service Tune-Up Washing— Polishing Expert Lubrication Rt. 7, Box 41 1 Petersburg Pike Dutch Gap Shopping Center Groceries— Hardware Drug Supplies Marine Supplies L. L. FELTER SH 8-9464 Lover when you ' re near me . . . LUCK’S BARBER SHOP BEAUTY SALON 248-250 E. Broadway Hopewell Telephone GL 8-6750 Compliments of DR. STANLEY J. LEBOW Optometrist WHEALTON HARDWAR Hardware, Building Material, Housewares Plumbing, Heating Electrical Supplies Paints Toys Phone GE 8-4100 106 Main Street Hopewell, Virginia Um-m -m -m E RUSSELL AND HOLMES Shoes for the Family Advertised Shoes Featuring Spalding Shoes 1437 Hull St. 4722 N. Southside Plaza Phone BE 3-9312 (Hull Street) Phone BE 3-3275 (Southside Plaza) ii BOULEVARD MOTOR CO. of Colonial Heights, Inc. 1717 Boulevard Colonial Heights, Va. Phone RE 3-9281 R E 3-9287 Imported Cars Division of Boulevard Motor Co. Colonial Heights, Virginia GALE WELDING AND MACHINE CO., INC. Machine Work— Boiler Work Structural Steel— Air Compressor for Pavement Breaking Portable Electric and Acetylene Welding ALL WORK GUARANTEED 415-417 East Bank Street Petersburg, Virginia Can ' t find that number anywhere. " Wish I could do that! 4 LYTTLE AND BARNES SANITATION CO. i Septic Tanks Manufactured— Installed— Serviced Office and Plant: Belt Blvd. Hopkins Hd. P.0. Box 4205— Richmond 24, Va. S. E. Lyttle— BE 2-8629 F. W. Barnes— BE 2-0538 Off to the ball ! Nights and Holidays BE 2-7440 JESh BOTTLED GAS CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA lJf HEATFLAME GAS SERVICE _ : .X; 1907 Boulevard Colonial Heights Virginia Who locked you in your cage? Petersburg REgent 2-8661 if ?V GOYNE CHEVROLET, INC. — Telephone WEbster 5-3205 Dutch Gap Chester, Va. Stand back boys ! ft Dial REgent 2-3671 R P Pike RFD No. 1 1 B MITCHELL’S WELL PUMP CO. |pg|y? , ... Well Drilling— Water Systems Pumps " Ain ' t she sweet? " Colonial Heights, Va. m KYLE’S AUTO SERVICE Complete Auto Service Chester, Va. " Dance With Me " t. f ' ' THE HOPEWELL NEWS Covers the Eastern Part of Chesterfield County News, Stationers and Printers Sleepy-heads ! 109 Main Street Hopewell, Va. BUTTERWORTH’S Southside Virginia’s Leading Home Furnishers IjJk iSa Hopewell — Colonial Heights — Petersburg Our little group of actors (?) COMPLIMENTS OF STANDARD DRUG CO. Hi-Ho Silver! CHESTER SUPPLY COMPANY AND BEAZLEY’S DEPARTMENT STORE Fresh meats— Gro ceries— 11 ardware— P ain t— Seed Feed— Shoes— Dry Goods— Toys Phone SH 8-2171 We Deliver Oh, that messy peanut butter! MAILING SERVICES, INC. Contractors of Mailing Services — L ist Maintenance Circulation Management 1524 Brook Rd. Richmond, Va. Ml 4-0357 Door and Window Frames Made to Order N. B. GOODWYN SONS LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL Telephone SH 8-2113 BUTTERWORTH’S, INC Southside Virginia’s Leading Home Furnishers All Leading Brands 415 Boulevard Colonial Heights, Va. RE 2-4256 Smile pretty (?) Cellotex Wall Board Gyplap Insulation Krazy Kapers That ' s pretty sneaky! WILSON FEED COMPANY Wirthmore Feeds, Grains, Fertilizers Seed, Baby Chicks, Poultry Supplies. Phone BE 2-0954 20th S. Hull Street Richmond, Va. Hail, hail the gang ' s all here . . . LUNDINS REGISTERED JEWELER, AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 211 East Grace Street Richmond 19, Virginia— MI 3-1413 TROPHY HEADQUARTERS-ENGRAVING GOOD YEAR SERVICE STORE 4-6 S. Market Street Petersburg RE 3-8622 Where ' s your fan club, Randy? It ' s mine, mine, mine CLEMENTS Auto Electric Service, Inc. GENERA TO RS-SPEEDOMETERS-CARBURETORS COMPLETE AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE 400 Hull Street Richmond, Virginia BE 2-1201 In there, Buster . . . Peek-a-boo . . . LEO MYERS INSURANCE AGENCY Agent: All Types of Insurance Mutual Investment Funds Office: Chester, Virginia Telephone SH 8-2361 (Drug Store Building) Res.: Rt. 7, Richmond, Virginia (Near Bellwood Open Air Theatre)— Phone BE 3-5356 " Coach " Santa NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANIES NORBERT’S JEWELERS Diamonds— Watches— Jewelry— Silverware Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Phone BE 2-7766 1609 Hull St. Richmond, Virginia Norbert Roman, Proprietor 613 Osborne Road Chester, Virginia C-h-e-s-t-e-r . . . Phone SII 8-5186 HOUSE OF FORMALS FORMAL WEAR TO RENT AND ACCESSORIES 16 N. 8th Street Richmond, irginia Dial MI 8-0533 He ' s got it made ! Between Franklin and Main Sts. RAINBOW DRIVE-IN Specializing in Fried Chicken Italian Spaghetti and Pizza Pie Homemade Ice Cream 3613 Boulevard Colonial Heights Virginia Oh, what a mess! Phone RE 3-6919 F 11 A • ' THE VILLAGE CABINET SHOP” f ft j 1 It w S ' Compliments of Cyrus (Jake) Neal What ' s so interesting? Chester Virginia f Compliments MEYER S OVERBROOK FRANKS " ... and that is a starfish ... " ' ■ i V -11 1 v. — - LEETE TIRE BATTERY COMPANY U.S. Royal Tires— Kelly Springfield Tires Willard Batteries— Recapping and Vulcanizing E. H. Leete, Prop. Petersburg 2nd and Bank Streets Virginia Susan, did someone get your lunch? Home Phone RE 2-3044 Business Phone RE 2-3231 or RE 2-3237 CHESTERFIELD OIL CO., INC. FUEL OILS AND KEROSENE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Our Customers Are Warm Friends BE 3-5569 Watchdog Service Rt. 7, Box 23F, Richmond, Va. F. L. Burge, Pres. 1-2-3 -Cha -cha -cha Happiness and Success to The Class of ’ 60 OMEGA SIGMA PHI SORORITY What do you have, Dave? MEADOWBROOK COUNTRY CLUB OH-h-h-h, Cindy . . . SHOOSMITH BROTHERS, INC. CONTRACTING SERVICE SH 8-2364 “WE MOVE THE EARTH” Elvis (?) BUCHANAN’S JEWELERS Jimmy Buchanan, Watchmaker 305 East Broadway Hopewell, Va. KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Save Where Savings Pay " CURRENT RATE PER ANNUM Pioneer Federal dlL Savings Loan Association OF HOPEWELL 112 Main St. The Lone Wolf Now, wait a minute i Guess what I got? Enon ' s boys! or n t Notice anything unusual? Just call me " Gina " ! You call us intelligent? Busy little workers. GOULD FUNERAL HOME “HOME OF PERSONAL SERVICE” 214 North 6th Avenue Hopewell, Virginia GL 8-6377 SERVING SOUTHSIDE, VIRGINIA SEALTEST SOUTHERN DAIRIES DIV. ICE CREAM Petersburg, Virginia RE 2-7042 Compliments of BROWN WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION Petersburg Virginia Compliments QUALITY MEATS INC. 2601 West Main Street Richmond, Virginia ELgin 5-8665 CHOICE MEATS AND PROVISIONS CONSUMER MEATS A T DISCOUNT PRICES " I Want to Walk YOU Home " " Omnibus " Spring fever Anybody for a party? McCOY MOTOR COMPANY Richmond— Petersburg Pike No. 1 Highway YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER Phone Chester, SH 8-2255 Richmond, BE 3-2894 Chester, Virginia MARTIN CHEVROLET SALES CORP. 214 COWARDIN AVENUE RICHMOND, VA. Serving This Area for Over 33 I ears New and Used Cars, Trucks Parts and Service from 7:30 A.M. Until Midnight March of the Light Brigade ! Brownies Hard at work ... is it possible? Compliments of STONE’S COLONIAL FURNITURE HOUSE Petersburg Pike Phone BE 3-0019 SOUTHERN MATERIALS COMPANY INC. Catch a big one Round and round and round we go. Production Plant Chester Virgir Play ball! Howdy, everybody! Give a cheer . . . I ' m waiting -g-g on you. For Farm-Fresh Dairy Products Depend on A candle to light our way In the gocd old summertime GREENLEAF DAIRY, INC. Colonial Heights irginia Telephone RE 2-8917 HOME EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. Chester Y irginia ‘Your Friendly G.F. Dealer ” Phone SH 8-2144 ‘We Service Evervthing We Sell” 1 Bobbie -Ching -Jo Finally (?) Booton is on the loose again . Sure, we got lots of energy. THE PHILIP MORRIS RESEARCH CENTER Extends Greetings To SCIENTISTS OF THE FUTURE Congratulations Seniors UKROP SUPER MARKETS, INCORPORATED 3611 Hull Street Lovely to look at . . . Hurry up ! Deadlines to be met! Nice-e-e-e A CAREER With A Future! If you like science and mathematics, consider engineering for your career! Engineering is the field of today and tomor- row. Progress is fast. New jobs are opening up every day. Plan for a job with a future— plan to be an engineer! VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY I ' ll put a spell on you " Too much monkey " business going on here! S3 m It ' s Now what am I going to do? 1 . . . the Knights go marching in . . Let ' s have a party ! Is it time to go? Compliments of HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANT AND MOTOR LODGE I A -J ' What do I do now? ' Tight squeeze? Well, I never . - a t Sunbathing, a nyo ne ? L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY Leading Manufacturers of Class Rings and Pins, Commencement Announcements, Diplomas, Medals, Trophies Class Rings and Commencement Announcements for Seniors of Thomas Dale High School Are Balfour Made. Attleboro, Massachusetts Compliments of your SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER " Seven Little Girls " There ' s one in every crowd. In the good old days . . . We, the Seniors of 1960, bid farewell to Thomas Dale Miaiai " PH " ti - ! “I - 1 l| H j j — . — — j rn 999 SSH n 4 . • s Ij 4i il 499 THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA
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