Thomas Jefferson High School - Monticello Yearbook (Richmond, VA)

 - Class of 1944

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THE CHIEF PROBLEM, THAT OF MAIN- TAINING PERMANENT PEACE, WILL BE DII-'EICULT AND WILL REQUIRE THE CONSIDERATION OF EVERY CITIZEN. THE STUDENTS OF THOMAS IEFEERSON WILL STRIVE TO PROMOTE BETTER LIVING IN THE FUTURE WORLD. CCULTER C. HANCOCK Principal THE FHCULTY LOUISE P. WEISIGER Assistant Principal lHE FHCUHU FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Carl Andrews, Mechanical Drawing: Allene Archer, Mathematics: Margaret F. Baker, History: Mary Elizabeth Beaman, Modern Language: G. Rey Bennett, English. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT! Mozelle P. Bennett, Mathematics: Catherine D. Bentley, English: Azile Berry, English: Welton E. Bloxsom, Physical Education: Helen Botto, Commercial. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. W. l-l. Bowles, Office: Mildred Brame, Physical Education: LaRue Brandenburg, History: Ruth Paul Browning, Science: Thelma Bryant, Modern Language. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Shelburn Carmack, Physical Education: Clyde G. Carter, Librarian: May L. Cline, Commercial: Thelma R. Cook, Music: Lila Crenshaw, English. W FHCUHU V t I FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Katie Mae Davis, English: Marjorie G. Davis, Art: Susanna Farley, Science: Nancy le Baron Eitzhuqh, English: Elizabeth M. Fleet, History. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Katharine Walton Fontaine, English: Clyde B. Eortna, English: W. Roland Galvin, Science: Ame Garthriqht, Home Economics: Nancy B. Gary, Enqlish. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eunice V. Gill, Modern Lanquaqe: Helen Gill, Science: Violet Anderson Gilmer, Com- mercial: Frances Givens, Mathematics: M. Frances Gray, Latin. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jeannette Wedmore Hardin, Mathematics: Fennell Crawley Harwood, Mathematics: Helen King Hattorf, Art: Lucy R. Henderson, English: leanette Henna, Mathematics. THE FHCUHU FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Emelie T. Howerion, Science, Lawrence W. Iarnxan, Science, Mary G. Iordan, Mathematics: Amy K. Kratz, Latin: losephine T. Kritzer, English. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary P. Maddox, Historyy Frances Trevvett Matthews, Hisloryg lean Mish, Home Economics, Bessie M. Mottley, Guidance, Cecille M. Parks, Mathemaiics. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Frances Parsons, Distributive Education: Minnie Rob Phaup, Enqlishg Lyndele Atkisson Pill, Science: Mayo Provence, Enqlishg Barbara Lewis Robinson, Commercial. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Anna M. Rosenblatt, Home Economics: Frances Rosenblati, Commercial: Dorothy K. Sadler, Modern Lanquaqesg Muriel Sanders, Enqlishg Ariana A. Saunders, Science. THE FHCUHU W1 S31 FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Esther Singleton, English, Marion F. Smethie, Commercialg Edward N. Smith, Mathematics, Harriet B. Smith, Latin, Harriet D. Snow, Science. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary' Ellen Stephenson, Modern Lan quaqeg Evelyn S. Swift, Office: M. Virginia Sydnor, History: Virginia D. Thornton, English: Susette Beale Tyler Commercial. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Iulia E. 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Now the halls have come to be quite short, the rooms familiar, and the front steps definitely friendly and warm. For Tee-lay has been a part of us and we have been Tee-lay. Now we stand at the bottom of another flight of steps. These steps go far higher than those we first ascended a few years ago. There will be many more people on these steps, and there will be many halls and passages. The innumerable doors will open on much more varied scenes. However, we do not stand in awe, for we X have learned how to climb high, how to move among people, and we shall open the right doors and enter new environments confidence and determination. 1 1 f if f" i if TO MRS. RUTH PAUL BROWNING, THEIR SPONSOR, THE CLASS OF 1944 WISH TO EXPRESS THEIR LOVE -IQ' AND SINCERE APPRECIATION FOR HER UNSELPISH DEVOTION OF TIME AND ENERGY TO THEIR HAPPI- NESS AND SUCCESS. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ,Q WA ,W LEFT TO RIGHT! Anne l-leadlee, Secreiaryg Kenton Williams, President: Harrieile Goode, Treasurerp ,Timmy Maichunis, Vice President, Top Row, LEFT TO RIGHT! Eric Kemp, limmy Sweeney, Kemper Lorraine, Iohn Ellis, Buck Levey, Fritz Will, and Guy Leaih. BOTTOM Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lucy Anderson, Theresa Powell, Anne Bussey, Christine Trevveii, lane Davis, Mary Yates, Helen O'l-lare, lane Dorset, and Phyllis Wirl. SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL ,W X QS -43 aiu - rl- 6 U' nn 7, v 11: Ig 'Y-I'I1 I-laura 'W - . ff' '-'li 53452:- ' 'ff 'llii E55 O 'WAR ' , ,L av 4 B 3 ii? S K KATHARINE ADAIR DORIS VIRGINIA ADAMS ERNEST HAMLIN ALDERMAN WILLIAM B. ALDERMAN CLYDE DOUGLAS ALLEY IANE DAVIS ALLISON CHARLES T. ALMOND, IR. CHARLES EVERETT AMICK LUCY MASON ANDERSON GEORGE ANDREWS HELEN KEVLIN ANTHONY LHJRLINE ANTHONY JESSE APPLE RUSSELL ATKINSON MARY AURINGEH LILLIAN MARIE BABER JOYCE GAY BAHEN IULIA ELLEN BAILIE CORINNE HINES BAKER IEAN BALDWIN ELIZABETH L. BARNETTE IOHN BARONIAN STUART BABRET ANN BARTHOLOMEW WILLIAM F. BAYLOR, IR. WILLIAM H. BEASLEY IANE BRUCE BELK ISADORE BENDER S, , " x, ff, if-.X :H X fx .Xxx NA Ik ix THE IHUHTICELLU VW 2 W UR HIHETEEH FURTY-FOUR THE IHUIHICEHU VUH HIHETEEI1 FURTY-FUUR THEIHUHTICELLU K fx MW .. ., - v . -.- . . .. .,.....,4.,. M, .. UR HIHETEEH FURTY-FUUR THETHUIHICELLU J FUR IHHETEEI1 FURTY-FOUR THE IHUIHICELLU W K MW FUR HIHETEEH FURTY-FUUR THE HIUHTICHLU Lf K W NINA IANE I-IARGIS MILLICENT RAWSON HARRIS FRANCES ANNE HARRISON MARGARET I-IARTMAN LLEWELLYN K. HARVIE GLORIA LUCILLE HASTINGS CONNIE MARIE HATKE LILLIAN HAYES ANN SELDEN HEADLEE VIRGINIA MAE HEEKE NANCY IANE HENRY EUGENE H. HENSHAW ANN COURTNEY HERSMAN IRENE I-IERTZ Af? IWW Q THE HIUHTICELLU 3223" 'wwf ms QW'- MARION EX.IZABL'l'H HUSEB mn nlnmfn wmv-funn fHEfIlllHTICEllU W K K URIHHEIEEI1 FURTY-FUUR THEIHUHTICHLU UR HIHETEEH FURTY-FOUR THHHUIHICELLU VW K W UH HIHETEEI1 FURTY-FUUR 5 5, , 41 THEfllU INICEllU U H I1 I H ETEEI1 F U RIY- FUUR 4 f? 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SMITH DORIS ELIZABETH SMITH IEAN CLAIRE SMITH KATHLEEN ELIZABETH SMITH WILLIAM THOMAS SMITH, IR. EULA MAE SMOOT R. CARL SMOOT 'Iv ' - - I mf 'Z' '- lw Jw, 1-A kr-.kr-41 ...,.- Q mf? V mf 1 . H-1' ,.,., V ' '- u ww: ,--- if , ! 2 ,., 1.4: ,lx wig K, , ,. .fl ,,- , I. ,X J , I fm - v I . , L I T- -Q I ,N 4 4 MARSHALL SOGHOIAN EDNA FRANCES SORRELL 3 , 1 ., ' w g""1'! I Jil? I X 'M' A11 A S W. H FJ, bei' mil ' w , yi V N 1 I I Wj L, 55,213 1.1 1, I 1 In Llw 5. ,I I, ,Q N :NEQ fr, , f ' , ,, .Vi 'WV "-5.3.1 '- ' ' , 5' ' Ifmg 4 "' "W -1' 'V -'m s Vw -ei I-if 1. 1 bf 49114 112 ,. 's. 'f-f-A . Jw.: 1' 4 1'. , , YH I - , I . . . ., . 1. S, . 1 , . ....:. 4 ..,V . . . ,, -,. , .I F'-, Y,-'T 'M 2- -1 .-z -. ' .-4' ' '- ' - v - .1-P '- -1' 12-x.4'--I.-'gn'-A -m'-f-f5.- . .u 'N ' J- ..-QW , ,.-,'F1 . ' ""' ' 2 'V ' ' 4' ' I-.-.lfi"? f , .F - ' ".'fr.' '.. - , R' ff' .' 1 1 CW Gr.-wvi-M I IH I c El LU CORNELIUS W. SYKES BETTY IEAN TAYLOR EDWARD WYLLYS TAYLOR FLORENCE TERRILI. EVELYN TERRY MADGE THOMPSON GEORGE PORTER THOMAS KATHRYN B. THOMAS SARAH ANN THOMAS PATRICIA THOMPSON SUZANNE THORNTON MARGARET ANNE THORP CHRISTINE MACD. TREVVETT HAROLD TRIBBLE V 1 1 K fa 1 JE T' ii " I N 1 F' fl 1 Aj ' jl I yin 1 ' .I Af'-'-. '- if 1' ' ' V ' ' ' ' F 1.3 mi- V 1 Q! , 1 I . ' ' '11 f- , r- :A V m,1X.-.J-,.: --. H, .,. K ,- ., . X T, M . I . ,m 'wn U! -.,5 H., . Q,-V' A 1' 'Q 'Z - 1' . ' ' 1- , X-.f-, -495,1 -5 - - 1... T, . - uf, .is iv -V, .1 J-., in ,- .- . ..gv,v 1 .1 Agpicqr--4.3 ' I 'I 1 Q . lm .. x - ,114 ff, ff .qv rw ,- - Lxgrll,-1,. v 1, f- 1-1 .- Aff: .-L'-X.p1!-- -49' 'A , 1- n- ' f . --f -- . , ' 1-.1 .--,nw-,ng A ,1 , 'i-1 Af- 1-Y H'-H-fxf-.,.r'5',"r,.51-24' 3-f..fa.'E1 if-'H-ff -155 al , . -fP' D if A' ff - 1. ,W f gi 9 Y Q W .... ,.:,,. ..:.-S,-.:, . x I A W X. 4 x I -:1:- Q"' x LW Km W if W H '-.. WSI? 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Mrs. Browning was our selection For sponsor of the sophomore section. Southworth, Ellison, Griffith, and Stairs Were chosen to manage our sophomore affairs. A friendly hello, a cheery smile - For us Hello Week was well worth while . Good-looking, popular, smart, and athletic - Our sophomore contest proved really prophetic With hopes of fun and sparkling romance Everyone went to the Sophs' Tea Dance. QQJJJ. M-si Mui : ' The Cavalier Arena opened its gate To all of us who wished to skate. N 1 lack and Vint led the Iuniors well, N " T l ith Griffith and Goode all was swell. Q' ll At the beginning of our Iunior term S? . Came Mr. Hancock, friendly but firm. Q 'T E 1 lv I ... ' '- X . ' . ..........-.-...--fr-2.w-wz'-wr-1'-7G:'?Z'1: 3.-.1-5Q,-.,G,'.,'.g.chz.,-..-,g,'. v o,..,ng, up, n,0,j.,'.,r,..,-A. 1.5.3 3.us4.6-,1.,1,.?5-..,3:, - kQ1.Qg,:,:..:,.1,g., t gs 'Qu-.'-.--'f 'A-:-'-f.-1 . , .faq x:,?1....- Y. ,- 1 --'-.' v..-.' af.-1 'fff" ..-: 3555 as ii' :- , V 5 The Senior-Iunior was a dreamy That dance was really "on the beam"! With great to do and much delight We put on a "Wang-bang" Iunior Stunt Night. With a figure led by Dorset and lack The Iunior-Senior had nothing to lack. As acting sponsor Miss Farley was dandy, For many ideas she always had handy. The Senior-Iunior was simply grand With Mr. Wendt and a soldier band. The Senior Party was lots of fun With games and eats for everyone. The Senior ofiicersltheir duties pursued - Williams, Matchunis, Headlee, and Goode. The waltz, the rhumba, the Lindy hop Put the Big Spring dance right over the top. The place, the gym, the hour, nine - f The Iunior-Senior was "simply divine." " l With rollicking gaiety, laughter, and fun Our Senior picnic was too soon done. tp XA And now, with mem'ries We close the door On the past of the class of '44. I UN IOR CLASS OFFICERS E LEFT TO RIGHT! Stanley Cohen, Vice Presi- dentg Al Cooper, Treasurer, Dick Berry, Secretary, Ruth Nenzel, President. Fmsr Row, LEFT 'ro RIGHT: Billy Harrison, Ellen Brinser, lax Glossbrenner, Alma Rector, Norbert Edwards, Nancy Berry, lirnmy Seese, Beverle Maxim. SECOND ROW: Rudy Garber, Margaret Flammia, Betty Grove, Iimmy McElroy, Barbara Belle, Nancy Wilson, Dimmoclc Ienkins, Shirley Downs. THIRD Row: Oliver Owens, Mac Emshwiller, Marshall Lowenstein, Russell Vint, Frank Deierhoi. Minor Stowe, lim Tenser. Dore Abramson Ruby Agee lean Allen Dera Ammons Kathleen Andre Beth Angel Patti Baily Janet Barr A Larry Bartlett Iohnny Baylor William Baylor Donald Baxter Eleanor Bear Barbara Bell: Betty Bellam Beverly Bender Mary Berger Dick Berry Nancy G. Berry Marie Blair Mary Boyle Barbara Brandon Doris Brent Ellen Brinser 'Robert Broadnax .,-x EETETDI-ill I ' ' Y :ze 'f'W"'l1 hfnau ' W 1 1" -5- ' Qiilifzf- ' W ,-It-,7, XR-Lf: ' Q Il,-,X xy wt". A falasmw ,W a 3 i- 1 lane Brooks Diane Brown David Brown B if-325 X Donald Brown Lucille Brumsey Michaux Buchanan Norma Burley Ann Burton Cecile Calderwood Nikki Calisch Iune Campbell Mary F. Chandler Ieanne Chapman Richard Chichester Karl Collawn f X f X, X4 ,I I f ,,- , V f CAM aww "" ' 2 x rar si! I Q- - ' ,-,-2: ag -Q: Bill Cook lack Cook Gordon Cousins Barbara Davis Charlotte Davis Helen Deavers Frank Deierhoi Doris Douglas Ianice Draper Merle Duke Ioyce Dunlevy Peggy DuVal Jimmy Elliott Z ,i AWN ,1-'A' x it .QM .-, it -' un' ,P , :g-i . 'li' xl 7 . " S ' ' Stiles Ellyson Josephine Eisner Mary Elwanq if .fs I Z4 9 f' 'A' . 7 " ' I X- 'llll lung, .-P -:x-3:,4N I i WX. Q img! uf 71' 5- -r i - ' - I if '-fir i IIB' . ,A . uanxfallm-' 1, n -I fi! J fr , f 1-. ja i YY Roslyn Engard Gretchen Erb Shirley Felthaus Margare! Flammia Shirley Flick Mary Flowers Evelyn J. Forberg Allan Forbes Doris Fowlkes Mary F. Ferguson Iackie Gaines Frances Gayle Ann Glascocl: lulia Gilreath Nancy lane Glenn Ruth Gowin Fay Graham Sarah Greene Emily Gregory Sonny Gromer Belly Bob Grove Elaine Gurley Madlyn Gutlas Virginia Hanks Virginia Hardesty Earl Harqrovo Ioan Harper loan Anno Harrup i i wg EW-l'Ia ' MQ. l -Fl fi.. .,.,c , - .A ' f-a Sainte! F' ' ff-F u y -1: iii ? ' W r ip' , 2 1- ' '11 . ' jghm 6: Rf gi- fha. 13-if Q George Harris Anne Hawthorne Norman Hazelwood Edna Heenan Kenneih Henderson Maxine Heyman Alfred Hill Dan Hinchman Martha Hobson Shirley Hord Eleanor Horlon Marianna Howard Anne Howell Phyllis Hubbard Bernard Hulcher Anne Jackson Barbara James f f Jimmy Jeter Muriel Johnson Lillian Jones Billy Jordan Jeanne Kelleher Z! ' I Josephine Kepharl Lud Kimbrough Jean Kollmeyer X . K X Z! ,JK f-,,f 'Mx X XXXXN 'M' "' il ,J ul Q ssl ff 47 Aww' -5-,Q tn I I -Q -sn R+ J ,I :::: .,- E il 'il , 4 Francis Kruk Loretta Kurs Betty Lent: 3 af ,' W V.-l6'F5T:lQ "iz ' -'.-'A f ..'.3-1-:.l.:3..3Q'fgfj:1:I:2:::2Qj7' 55251 532 h. P . ., . . . , ., :sf y . .- av-I 1--gn. ,Ml Flirzgqh i ' l ' l ll ' - 77?, . X x 1 t I H! X f 1' ' 5 N ll J M 4 2 ia: f- P ,. W I 1l'll lie. tl' 'i ll ---,- I, gg, - - -h Q Q 1 - A ,rx : - in-'if if S "PK 'gli' , 12 ' X Kitty Lewis Helen Lewit Ann Levy Ethel Lohmann Shirley Long Marshall Lowenstein Ocie Lowry Sue Lovewell Rosalie Lipscombe Gay McSwain William Mallard Ann Marrin Phyllis Martin Beverle Maxim lim McConnell Kay McConnell Helen McDonough Nancy McFadden Kitty Mcllwaine Rieman McNamara Ann Ross Meyberg Clara Lee Miller Henry Miller Iacqueline Moore lean Morrison X Q A NX'-x X 4. -,ESX i- X.. X.Jx Q "-N ig x Xlxxx , , K Al -unq- F 1' ' ' ,,j- at , ,l- - f7.'-"1 '.-t":, ff - ..--L.. ' 1 :if f.'i?'q'li A -:Elia L I I 1 5552 t '- . ext A 'fa' L " YY . Iune Morrison Antoinette Mullinax Thelma Nano! " ' .ffffnm TL ' " " - l I X Fa! f, KX K, t - ix X , Z f Gladys Ann Neese Ruth Nenzel Barbara Nolde Ranny Nuckols Kathleen Oliver Ierome S. Osmalow Oliver Owens Ioyce Parrish Ann Patty lack Pierce Hathaway Pollard Mary Rachel Potter f Z .1 x Z X, Buddy Powers Cornelia Powers Stewart Raines Merle Rhodes Virginia Richardson Jackie Richardson Bob Ritchie Mildred Robinson Frances Robinson Alice Rose Ieanne Rothenberg Fenton Roudabush Virginia Saunders Freddie Savage lean Scroqglo Jimmy Sean lane Scatel Martha Ann Soay Charlotte Selden Blll Seymour Nelson Shapiro France! Skinner w Henry Smyth Grace Snead Dickie Snyder Virginia Sowell Martele Sporn Irene Stevens Barbara Stoltz Fannie Straus Phyllis Strauss Marilyn Strohkorh Virginia Surratt Dorothy Sutton Billy Tate Frances Thomas lane Thomas Newton Thomas i 1-gg-. L-..-'-"'1' 1 L, , .Q geff-ww bt aj-A M S -y 3- ,S g . V K I 1 if X " f 'I ,f " ,X xt, " Y ..,h, A H "-I -f W 'Cy Q ' - , . ff 7 .- f - H9lenL Thompson X 2 . - -5 lj - ,4 A ' -- Y E v ' 2 .-" ., 3-R ' V 2 fi - , N I SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS L? LEFT TO RIGHT! Mary Lee Ran- kin, Vice President, Mary How- ard, Secretaryg Elizabeth Her- rink, Treasurer, Clarice Ryland l BOTTOM Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Shomo, lane Wyatt, Muriel Walsh, Dorothy Drummond, Elizabeth l-lerrink. SECOND ROW: Miss Nancy Fitzhugh, Mary Lee Rankin, Betty Gray Finney, Mary Howard, Esther Porter, Clarice Ryland. THIRD Row: Mary Sue Mock, lean Snellinqs, Bobbie Pollard, Marjorie Northern. FOURTH Row: FIFTH ROW: Laurie Pennie, Abraham Weller, Clarence Cunningham. SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL xg "v 45 ai rv. lx ,W ff be K hx .X X 9 ' l 'lu in x I . Il XXX , 3 fha. NK . X J Q lug, , Q' V I I C L iii' as xllllli Ir 1 5 I I Jlllg? .' 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A-C, Es SOPHOMORE CLASS Buddy Brauer El zabeth Brauer Otto Brauer Joan Brauner Dan Bray Dudley Brett l-ielcn Brokenbrough l-iaxvey Brooks Nancy Brotemarkle Ben Brothers Clifford Brown Joyce Brown Rhoda Brown Sam Brown Irving Brownfield Margaret Bryan George Bryson Kathleen Buckner Dick Burch Donald Burkat Ann Burnett Jerry Burnstein Jeanne Bush Ellwood Butler Billy Byrne Patricia Call James Callum Wallace Camden Ross Campbell Joanne Capstick Tommy Cardwell Lloyd Carpenter Marie Carroll Doris Carter Mary Cassidy Mason Castleman Otis Caunterman Jeanne Chalifoux Ann Cheatham Jack Chevalier Barbara Ciucci Gaymelk Cxucci Mary Lee Clopton Bryant Clarke Jean Clarke Blakely Clifford Christine Coates Wilford Coats Juanita Cofer Mae Cofiman Mary Cohen Jean Colb Raymond Cone Sandy Corlev James Cottrell Joyce Cousin Shirley Cousins Bill Cowan Robbie Cromar David Crank John Crank Rita Crews La Verne Croft Beverly Cruickshank Lawson Crowe Iris Cumby Tom Cunningham Stuart Dance Elizabeth Daniel Dorothy Davis John Davis Nancy Davis Shirley Day John Dean Agnes Dearhart Elizabeth Dietrich Bill Dickinson Alice Dickman Donald Doggett Joe Donaldson Charles Dorsey Martha Doswell Kathleen Dowdy Dorothv Drummond Anne Duke Bobby Duke Peggy Duchene Jimmy Duckhardt i Edward Dunford Floyd Dunn lVla.garet Eanes Mary Edwards Robert Elliot Wellord Estes Jean Eubank Virginia Eubank Doris Evans Rosemary Fahed Janith Faison Virginia Lee Farmer Jones Felvey Lois Ferguson Frances Fine Betty Finney Harry Fitch Alex Fleet Mike Fletcher Muriel Fletcher Ann Flynn Katherine Ford Skipoy Forest Bill Foster Phil Frederick Josephine Freeman Margaret Fugitt Jane Gardner Elizabeth George Elizabeth Gill Wert Gilliam Cecil Glass Joe Goldman Marvin Goldstein Madeline Gonsalvcs Channing Gordon Robert Gordon Jane Gough Sally Graham Howard Granger Lynwood Granger Betsy Green Beverly Green Jacqueline Green Maxon Greenland Todd Gregory Billie Griggs Bettie Gunn Evelyn Hale Edwin Hall Louann Hall Charles Hamel Bruce Hamilton Thomas Handy Louise Hann Nancy Hankins Helen Hardin Iames Hargis Geraldine Harlow Elizabeth Harker Glenna Harris Lula Harris Iean Hartless Dorothy Harvey Reaney Haskell Emma Haskins Emily Hastings Frank Hastings Dudley Hatch Dot Hatke lean Hawkins Lois Hawley Dorothy Hayes Iimmy Hazelgrove Malcolm Hedqpeth Fritz Helbig Abe Heller Ellen Hening Elizabeth Herrink Hilda Hester Estelle Hill Sidney Hilton Muriel Hodges Caroline Hogshead Katherine Holland Harper Holliday Catherine Hollitield luanita Hopkins SOPHOMORE CLASS Phyllis Hoover Frances Horsley Anna Hottle Iune Houlgrave Barbara Howard Evelyn Howard Mary Howard Tommy Howard Margaret Howison Donald Howsen Betty Hoyer Russell Hummel Donald Imburg Ioe Inman Billy Irving Gwen Isbell Anne Iackson Silvia James Frances Ienkins Bill Jennings Bill Iohnson Hilda Iohnson Mary Iohnson Ann Iones LaVerne Jones Jackie Lee Iones Milnor Iones Nancy Iones Shirley Iones Bobby loyce Katherine loyce Alice Kainakian Ellsworth Kammete Charlotte Kamsky Annette Kaplan lean Keating Gloria Kelly Ann Kemp Edwin Kidder Franky Kimmel Charlotte King Buddy Kipps Iames Kirby Carl Knipps I' Larry Knowles Shirley Kruck Herbert Lamm Graham Lancaster Ioyce Lancaster Earl Landrum Charles Langrall Gilbert Larus Frances Lasting Betty Lawrence Doris Layne Betty Leftwich Shirley Levenson Maude Levey Neal Levin Ronald Levin Perd Levy Bobby Lewis Deborah Lewis Roderick Lewis Robert Lipscomb Peggy Lloyd lean Lowry Vilma Luck Colton Lukhard Frances Lupton Barbara Macy Dorothy Maddox lack Mallory lean Anne Mallory Patty Mann Robert Mann Roger Mann Lillian Maranima Gladys Maroney George Martin Martha Martin Charlotte Massey Mary Matta Sonny Mayhard Ann Mayo Ruby McCall Bill McCracken Alberta McCulloug h ,,.- Sadie McDonald Bobby McDowell Sally McGuire Anne McKellop Pat McMahoon Donald McNeil Ioyce Meaclor lean Mersinq Dorothy Meyer George Meyer Henry Michel lean Miller Artis Mills Paul Mirakian Marion Mitchell Mary Sue Mock Mike Moncure Anne Moning Buck Moninger Nancy Mooney loyce Moore Raymond Moore Ronald Moore fl Charles Moran ' Y I Marguerite Morrison xi Ruth Morrissey ' Doris Moseley ' lack Moss Elsie Mowbray 'gommie Iltdllunford ernice yer Edgar Nash ,Z Polg Nasser ti, 'fa' qs' ry - Q- ' - ' oth ' ' Y' omb -' U ' ,. t it-ta. 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The Senate or I-louse of Representa- tives is assembled to discuss measures for the good of the school Cand you are enjoying a fellow member's companyj. There is a heated debate on in the Forum and you feel like taking a poke at one obstinate fellow. An inspiring speaker is before the Honor Society .... Years must pass to blur these clear pictures. . . . "The meeting will please come to order." The leaders of the world in tiny spheres of influence and in large ones, in hidden caves and in great hallsp in committee meetings and legislative bodies are calling to order meetings of people who have organized to do something together. They are gathering in a private home to discuss a movement, or perhaps in a public building to plan a community project, in a hidden cellar to plot sabotage, or in a nation's capitol to help run a country. On a smaller scale so have we done at Tee-lay. As individuals We have learned the art of service: as a unit We have ap ciated the value of organization. -5 if- Q' 2 geswbk g ' ij , .... ' . A - 35,35-:ugi-9 '. -' ' , s A s. - -V 7- ax I ' . N -.-::.-":2' Q "' -far 3-' 5 0 -,li " , 23- , ,,. 1: f, k , ff", ' V 'L 0' ff! -N k ,-- .," my f :I , .' r , ,f . .f - r.A , 4-. V .an s "' h x r Q 1 gal A we Na i iriti I , I P? Ll l ........,.... cl 1 I B I4 . lx CT - - , - 1 534' lfl I Y K , ..,. , ,fx if tt' 3 ' if k I tv li in BOARD OF COORDINATION The Board of Coordination is composed of a student from each club, publication, and other extra-curricular activity, with faculty advisers. They draw up the calendar tor each school year, assist with assembly proqrams and introduce the school to all orqanizations. It I 9 A. LEFT TO RIGHT: lean Marie Carter, Miss Lila Crenshaw, Billy O'Flaherty, Alice in ' h ,. !,. ..-, Steele, Betty Vint, Shirley Southworth. B. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Fontaine, Maybe-lle .. .--.-.--.--m-rws.-:-ne-waf1fa'm--'L-1'2g1'-152215: . I . l q9ik-,1:v2p113Z5iiiii45.- :.ggQg3f4.fQ3:,:Zgg " Warner, Rudolph He-tzer, Mr. Galvin, Walter Meuchke, lean Knott, Miss Singleton. Ns - gfiif' giiiliy C. LEFT TO RIGHT! Ruth Nenzel, Mrs. Browning, Kenton Williams, Miss Fitzhuqh, l bg-' 'Q'.'q.f ,, T ET! Clarice Ryland. D. LEFT TO RIGHT: Moreland Perkins, Fritz Will, lean Marie Carter, as Q - Tom Parker, Bill Mallard, Drew Hierholzer. K --.-1 h THE SENATE The seventeen members ot the Senate are chosen tor their work by the student body. They head the various school activities, help solve school problems, and back drives throughout the school. They learn much about correct procedure in meetings and develop skill in leadership. Fmsr Row, Lsrr TO moi-ir: Billy O'Flaherty, President: Shirley Southworth, Vice- Presidentg Alice Steele, Secretaryy Betty Vint, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Kitty Adair, Eleanor Bear, Eugene Boyd, Cecile Calderwood. THIRD ROW: lean Marie Carter, Merle Duke, Pat Ellison, Paul lack. FOURTH Row' Ruth Nenzel, Clarice Ryland Mitzi Verra, Kenton Williams. N Xx- if TN X Xi. X, i HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES The House ot Representatives is composed of one member from each home room. By oliscussinq student problems and planning tor the improvement of the school, these students qain valuable experience. The representatives also help the War Effort by promoting the sale ot War Stamps in the home rooms. FIRST Row, L1-:FT TO RIGHT: Shirley Southworth, Chairmang Anne Cook, Secretary: Forrest Bailey, Larry Bartlett, Ianet Barr, lane Belk, Vivian Borton, Margaret Bryan, Nikki Calisch, Jeanne Chalifoux. SECOND Row: Ieanne Chapman, Claire Clarke, Charlotte Davis, Collins Flannaqan, Iackie Gaines. THIRD Row: Florence Goodman. Ann Headlee, Elizabeth Herrink, Mary lane Hollingsworth, Mary Howard. FOURTH Row: Carol Hutzler, Iackie Lee leter, Gloria Kaufman, Francis Kreek, Sue Lovewell. FIFTH Row: Maurica Marks, Helen McDonough, Florence Mills, Ioyce Parrish, Mary Phillips, lane Pitt, Mary Rachel Potter, Alma Rector. SIXTH Row: Wayland Rennie, -' ll Mildred Shepherd, Edna Sorrell, Marian Stern, Harry Stone, Bill Trevvett, Mitzi - Verra, Frank Wentzel, Frances Winston, Nancy Woodall. un l. E MESSENGER. WAR ACTIVITIES AND HONOR STUDY The Messenger Committee, newly formed by the S. P., carry notices of meetings and duties, relieving other committees of a tedious job. The War Activities Committee encourages the student body and faculty to assure their future through the purchase oi War Bonds and Stamps. lt has sponsored the leep Campaign, the Fourth War Loan, and the Airplane Campaign. Honor Study Chairmen preside over honor studies every other week, striving to promote quiet, independent study. C rRsT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT. Eleanor Bear, Chairman Messenger Committee, Nancy yu-4-xr.. . ' ,,5. H, ,, Brotemarkle, Allan Forbes, Iackie Gaines, Sarah Greene, Drew Hierholzer, Gwen l '91 Isbell, Loretta Kurz, Helen McDonough, Iune Morrison. SECOND ROW: Toni Mullinax, nl: ' '1-r-11 ...g Barbara Nolde, Hathaway Pollard, Alice Steele, Chairman War Activities Com- 'fy :rg X mittee: lean Harrup, lean Krug. THIRD Row: Ira Liberman, Virginia Richardson, 'I f 7 tl'-,T, Shirley Southworth, Christine Trevvett, Fritz Will, Rosemary Young. FOURTH ROW: Q l W Paul Youngberg, lane Be-lk, General Chairman of Honor Studies, Ellen Brinser, Lucia Feild, Collins Flannagan, Ruth Ford. FIFTH Row: Anne Gill, Marianna 3, iii Howard, lean Knott, Gwen Lindstrom, Mary Ann Morris, Virginia Munford, Hazel Q rfffix Rogers, Helen Smith, Ann Marshall Speight. Iillfv' "' Q, in fa- 9,-:iza 2 CAFETERIA COMMITTEE The members ot the Cafeteria Committee strive to keep order in the cafeteria. They have various duties such as keeping the lines in order and the tables straight and clean. These students serve on the committee once a month, and they learn tact and small courtesies that will help them in later lite. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT! Kitty Adair, Co-Chairman: Merle Duke, Co-Chairman: Frances Anderson, Lucy Anderson, Helen Barret, lane Belk, Anne Blair, Marie Blair, Peggy Broaddus, lean Brumsey. SECOND Row: Norma Burley, Richard Henry Lee Chichester, Beverley Cohen, Anne Cook, Barbara Davis, lean Drinkwater, Margaret Anne Eanes, Iohn G. Ellis, Ir., Pat Ellison, Iosephine Elsner. THIRD Row: Gretchen Erb, Frances Feldman, Helen Franklin, William Furlong, Iackie Gaines, Anne Gill, Ruth Gilmer, Florence Goodman. FOURTH ROW: Sarah Greene, Elaine Gurley, "-- Virginia Hanks, Ann Headlee, Drew Hierholzer, Alfred Hill, Cara Fan Hogshead. FIFTH ROW: Shirley Hord, Phyllis l-lorington, Emily Isbell, Laverne lones, lean Knott, lean Krug. Q, ,P Q , 'fa'--F t li-,, Q 'll'--It 2 X .ltigv BWI if t CAFETERIA COMMITTEE The Committee has hiqh standards for the conduct in the cafe- teria. As a result, visitors have many times commented with sur- prise and pleasure on the neatness and quiet oi the room and the good manners of the students, both in line and at the tables. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Guy Leath, Helen Lewit, Betty Lincoln, Gwen Lindstrom, Billy Lukhard, Martha Martin, Maurica Marks, Billy McAllister, Kay McConnel, Alberta McCullough. SECOND Row: Kitty Mcllwaine, Doris Moffet, Mary Ann Morris, Helen Morrissey, Polly Nasser, Thelma Nasser, Oliver Owens, lr., Evelyn Parrish, loyce Parrish, Ketunah Patrick. THIRD Row: Moreland Perkins, lane Pitt, Mary Rachel Potter, Stewart F. Raines, Caroline Ramsey, Alma Rector, Virqinia Saunders. FOURTH ROW: Mildred Shepherd, Shirley Snell, Edna Sorroll, Sylvia Stein, Irene Stevens, Doris Tatarsky, lack A. Thalhimer. FIFTH Row: Christine Trevvett, Ned Warinner, Bobbie Warner, Ie-an Wharton, Fritz Will, III, Iean Wright. ' Fl!-lxlq fgrzb.. V -Fla' V L, ,., g-5E1fmrEI , V - s 'l'I'1 1 sn-nuujg 4 ff 737 X 5 - Qfiiiflic ' V ., P. ' filtll.-lvl A B 3 . i a v E555 ,J j GENERAL UTILITIES COMMITTEE The Reception Desk Committee Welcome visitors to the school and give them any desired information. Besides assisting the office staff, the Office Aid Committee serve as messengers for the school executives. Assistance in the infirrnary is given by members of the Nurse's Aid Committee. The Guidance Aid Committee help the counselors by running errands and doing office Work. FIRST Row, LI-:FT TO RIGHT: Betty Vint, Chairman - General Utilities: Reception Desk. Betty Bennett, Vivian Borton, Nancy Hankins, Shirley Hodges, Frances Holladay. Beverley Maxim, Nancy Miller, Mary Ann Morris. SECOND BOW: Berkeley Richard- son, Marilyn Strohkorb, Barbara lane Word, Dottie Wright: Office Aid: Lucy Anderson, Anne Bussey, Virginia Droste, Anne Gill, Shirley Goldman. THIRD Row: Anne Headlee, Nancy Henry, Mary lane Hollingsworth, Carol Hutzler, Kitty Lewis, bf H, Virginia Marshall, Helen Morrissey, Doris Moseley, Jeanne Shadwell. FOURTH ROW: Christine Trevvett, Phyllis Wirt, Bette Worsham: Guidance Aid: Eleanor Bear, Garcin, Lillian lones, Shearley Mae lones, Martele Sporn. 61 ,z f f tc: 'J' 'x D N' Q 29,1 lr ra, I I l i iff' Chairman: Elise Bellenot, Ann Blair. FIFTH Row: Marie Blair, Claire Clarke, Muriel E K., BULLETIN BOARD AND LIBRARY COMMITTEES When and Where is that dance I heard someone talking about? The Bulletin Board Committee keeps us informed about impor- tant events by putting posters around the halls. X ,A ,xqx The Library Committee are a group of students who collect the .. L library slips and check the time to see if the students have been gi y loitering in the halls. .X xx, R x Xi , I 4 t x X.-- I ,y .nl'Ql N ' ' " FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Cecile Calderwood, Chairman, Bulletin Board Committee, H N .V 6-:?'Mn'-Q-ik. l Dick Berry, Diane Brown, Frank Deierhoi, Ioyce Dunlevy, Kitty Holland. SECOND Row: -, " V ' Anne Marie Iackson, Ann Marrin, Alberta McCullough. THIRD ROW: Ruth Nenzel, Wi ,A -igzgh ff' A . Chairman, Library Committee: Phyllis Ann Berger. FOURTH Row: Elizabeth Brauer, ,ff fi.,-w" ' '-5 3 :3 - . .V Frances Feldman, Shirley Flick, Betty Bob Grove. FIFTH ROW: Rosalie Lipscomb, F V 'V : :Fl . Barbara Macy, Dorothy Oberto, lack Thalhimer, Frances Thomas, Alice Webb. l E 5 "js" u . ly. 'A azz- A' n ' . 3-:F F' f'QZ2"" - Q , .!, .- A Z! bf CLUB AFFILIATIONS AND TRAFFIC COMMITTEES The Club Affiliations Committee, consisting of a representative from each club, coordinate the schedules and meetings of the various extra-curricula activities. The boys of the Traffic Committee station themselves at different points of congestion in the school between classes and help to smooth out the movement of the students. , CLUB AFFILIATIONS COMMITTEE - FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: lean Marie Carter, F? Chairmang Eugene Boyd, Barbara Davis, Ruth Ford, Martha Gayle. SECOND Row: Barbara Nolde, Alma Rector, Mitzi Verra, Nancy Woodall, Dottie Wright. TRAFFIC COMMITTEE - TI-IIRD Row: Kenton Williams, Chairman. FOURTH Row: Michaux Buchanan, Iohn G. Ellis, Gene Gilman, Fred Iohnson, Guy Leath. FIFTH ROW: Billy McAllister, William Omohundro, Tom Parker, Ben Sharp, Kile Williams. RECREATION HALL COMMITTEE If you admire the improvement in the Recreation Hall, give credit to the committee in charge of it. While the students are eating, studying, or just enjoying themselves, the committee members see that they keep everything reasonably clean and quiet. , 1 -,....l-- - FIRST Row, LI-:PT TO RIGHT: Pat Ellison, Co-Chairman: lean Marie Carter, Co-Chair- "':'-'52---" , F -2-,.5:,-, fi... , - 5 .j in ,f,,,,,.,., . . -1 xi 2 1 1 5 Q s E E Q .. man, Charles Appick. SECOND Row: Donald Leslie Baxter, Ann Buck, Cecile Calder- wood. THIRD Row: Gordon Cousins, Ruth Ford, Teddy Greenberg. FOURTH Row: Virginia Hardesty, Caroline Hogshead, Marianna Howard, Iackie Lee Ieter, Ieanne Kelleher, Marshall Lowenstein, lane Mooers, FIFTH Row: Kathleen Oliver, lane .. -I , .. - f I 1-4 , J: f. Scales, Martha Ann Seay, Ieanne Spears, Iackie Richardson, Ianet Rollings, Shirley Watkins, Phyllis Wirt. : - ' m Y - 'A ' 2-. QQ' 'fru- vs'4'. Q ' 4 JKT NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Leadership, character, service, and scholarship characterize any member of the Thomas Iefferson Chapter of the National Honor Society. To live up to their pledges the members have waged a vigorous war against cheating and dishonesty in the school. They have also created and sponsored a committee to aid out- oi-town students in getting the T. I. spirit. Among the other activi- ties of this group are coaching, and sponsoring sophomore homerooms. K FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT! Virginia Tyree, President, Alice Steele, Vice-President: Shirley Southworth, Secretaryp Lucy Anderson, Eugene Boyd, Peggy Broaddus, lean Marie Carter, Anne Cook. SECOND Row: Iohn G. Ellis, Ir., Pat Ellison, Martha Gayle, Ruth Gilmer, Ann Griffith, lean Knott, lean Krug, Guy Leath. THIRD Row: Gwen Lindstrom, Maurica Marks, Mary Ann Morris, Mary Alice Morton, Virginia Munford, Ann Parsley. FOURTH ROW: Moreland Perkins, Hazel Rogers, Christine Schaat, Edna Sorrell. FIFTH ROW: lohn Stoneburner, Fritz Will, Kenton Williams, Frances Winston. 5 l QUILL AND SCROLL Membership in Quill and Scroll is the goal of students with literary aspirations. lt is their reward for honest, heart-breaking work on one ot the school's three publications, THE IEFFERSONIAN, THE MONTICELLO, and THE DECLARATION. Maybe your heart will thrill next year at the impressive candlelight initiation service. Fmsr Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eugene Boyd, President, Alice Steele, Vice-President, Virginia Tyree, Secretary: Kenton Williams, Treasurer: Lucy Anderson, Betty Bennett, Peqqy Broaddus, lean Marie Carter. SECOND Row: Anne Cook, Pat Ellison, Martha Gayle, Ruth Gilmer, Florence Goodman, Gwen Lindstrom, Billy Lukhard, Bill Mallard. THIRD Row: Maurica Marks, Mary Alice Morton, Tom Parker, Ann Parsley, Moreland Perkins. FOURTH ROW: Lucia Pitts, Bob Ooghe, Hazel Rogers, Fritz Will, Kile Williams. lamb! IEFFERSONIAN LITERARY STAFF The lettersonian literary staff started oft with a bang in Septem- ber of nineteen hundred and forty-three, When, led by Virginia Tyree, editor-in-chief, the paper regained its old standing in the superior tor high school publications by receiving the All Ameri- can award trorn the National Scholastic Press Association. A. FALL EDITORS: LEFT TO RIGHT: Alice Steele, Managing Editorg Virginia Tyrec, Editor-in-Chief. B. SPRING EDITORS: lean Marie Carter, Editor-in-Chief: Hazel Rogers, Managing Editor. C. EDITORS: FIRST ROW: Betty Bennett, Bob Ooghe, Anne Parsley. SECOND ROW: Florence Goodman, Stephen Mayer, Maurica Marks. D. COLUMNIST AND ASSOCIATES: FIRST ROW: Margaret Thorpe, Stanley Colion, l,.IIr'ille Kuclierrian, Francis Kreela. SECOND ROW: Allvort Wasserman, I,IIr'ia Pitts, Bill Mallard, Barbara Davis 'I K L I GPG , IEFFERSONIAN LITERARY STAFF During the spring term the staff backed the school-wide honor and character building prograrn sponsored by the Student Par- ticipation and the Honor Society, which is expected to be con- tinued throughout future years. War stamp campaigns and the Senior Class popularity contest were also endorsed by the leffer- sonian of forty-three and torty-four. Cv T N 1 t N C.-. Q A. FEATURE WRITERS. FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marguerite Potee, Grace Snead, Betty Vint, and Jackie Lee Ieter, SECOND Row: Ann Gill, Jane Scates, lean Harper, - V lerry Osmalov. ' 1 B. REPORTERS. Barbara Iames, Edna Heenan, Ann Neese, Lorraine Shuftlebarger, I g Y Doris Fowlkes, Arthur Hughes, Elaine Gurley, Frank Wentzel, Donald Brown. O . V L.. -. C. FRONT Row: Thelma Nassar, Nancy Woodall, Martele Sporn, Nikki Calisch, 1 rjgf? Y 'ld Ieanne Rothenberg, George Voclcroth, Howard Goldman. SECOND Row: Loretta I' . 'H "lyk ' .15-M, l Kurz, Lillian Tucker, Barbara Nolde, lean Scroggie, Rosemary Young, Hathaway 'Dx ip f.'.'. "' W Pollard. THIRD Row: Dimmock Ienkins, Mac Emshwiller, Bill Seymoure, David f. f ff 'I 'al D. TYPISTS. FRONT Row: Catherine Doumlele, Irene Hertz, Shirley Southworth. Sf ' "' ' Ln: SECOND Row: Helen Morrissey, Sarah Greene, Christine Trevvett, Virginia Droste. lit., I , V1 .- . nie t ' .5 gi , 1 , ,. ,C .- sb f, R 2 f- K, , kj "'ff5!"" IEFFERSONIAN BUSINESS STAFF The leffersonian Business Staff consists of the advertising and cir- culation staffs. The circulation statt distribute the papers, collect subscription money, and keep homeroom records. The advertis- A ing statt gain experience in securing advertisements and arrang- gnim ing them tor the paper. ll .dfU'i' ,nl X TQF - lil .4 ' ips ,fx t ki' XX X A. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dick Barlow, Yvonne Dean, Mary Bannister, Frances Burnette, ' qi X Frances Gayle, Gloria Manter. I B. LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Davis, lane Thomas, Gloria Hastings, lean Watson. 5 ' .4 C. LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay McCornell, Frances Holladay, Drew Hierholzer, Shirley I 7 W I t Lutto, Anne Parsley, Tom Parker. 6 Q '- X , l D. LEFT TO RIGHT: Francis Kreek, Martha Gayle, Margaret Wellner, lean Zickrick. u A AA Qt t -, ' I iii, -I ,H 1. E. Fmsr Row, LEFT ro RIGHT: Toni Mullinax, Anne Gill, Helen McDonough, Emily W M Te Isbell. SECOND Row: Hathaway Pollard, lim Singleton, Ruth Gilmer. -ggi E, , i .5 F. INSET: Marjorie lennings, Beverley Bender. , ... - ' ff-. f a3!Qf3"' . ' . 'LQ'-Z'-1 .rf 5 l F W " fain I EF F ERSONIAN LIEUTENAN TS The letfersonian Lieutenants are a group ot the staffs unsung heroes. They spend homeroom periods trying to convince their classmates that the best buy for a nickel is the Ietfersonion. After this has been successfully done, they record their payments and distribute Ieftersonians on the appointed Fridays. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ramon Saunders, William Wiggins, lean Colb, Oriana Robertson, Carol Norman, Caroline Hogshead, Georgie Blackwell, Barbara Swann, Iune Vermillera, Helen Franklin. SI-:coND Row: Tom Rennie, Norbert Edwards, Ioyce Townsend, Charlotte Dover, Beverley Smithie, Loretta Kurz, Elizabeth Brauer, George ,' Harris, Virginia Lee Farmer, Ruth Sharp, lane Brooks. THIRD Row: Iosephine Cash, Virginia Ann Griffith, Betty Bennett, Edna Heenan, lane Mooers, Maxene Petersiel, Betty Ritter, Anne Meyberg, Al Cooper, Iackie Berz. FOURTH Row: Ora Lee Tyson, Iirnmy Valentine, Dorothy Sutton, Dorothy Whitehorn, Billy Miller, Anne Davis, Evelyn Parrish, Dorothy Davis. FIFTH Row: Fannie Straus, Lois Miller, Betty Lentz, Deane Woodson, lean Franklin. MISSING: Ferd Levy, Iohn Stoneburner, Alice Meadow, Margaret Ormond, Ann Buck, Bill Foster, Cecillia Chipiwalt, Carmeen Butler, Ruth Nickols. , f .a:':Ef:,-5 5 i::-- il 99,33 iluf:- A--... A-ei Q S52 w X gf A, 1,1 gem? X! 'WV' U "N Rik ' Ti, Mig, 'Z 4- ef-""" ' A-' -1 f vii Irffd , x X. 1 -ae x K, A , ' -I ' , 3' 'I Inf' I Q xx QQ.. V Q 4' . :,,:,, .f,c,,N 4 , E ":u"l-- '.. ---- F ,i -,rl 1 5 . V iii-:fr iq? --, - , k -I A . - A 1 ' g E I ff 5 t x I 5 1 ,g I 1 . - Q eh. Q q ,..ns!53av40'-' -Gfielsxswa-znews! ., M,,,,,,, wtf R 138 wa it gr . is .O t 1 8 , -7 'V MF . fl 2'..fP:l..f ff , :-'ref' I .-"lfwi'l .. I fu. . 1 ' nf f -I 3 I., 'Rf - 3 ' it f-M, K , - f k. R . .Y ' H' M ' "Aki: -v gsm 1 H 4 t J Q- Hs .I 4 'rf ' 4 , R. my I U, W M ,itz -ffgg. l. ,I ' wg at V H. I , S- .9 v S .ya F .. 1 ' - f . , T XL is - I. Q S . ...x V A, L. f' .. I ' 1 i L' i' it aff' , r A ' 3 vm " J I F .- MONTICELLO LITERARY STAFF The literary staff of THE MONTICELLO create a yearbook for Thomas lefferson by daily toil from September to May. Write-ups and pic- tures must be gathered and arranged, copy edited, and proof checked. Finally, out of the turmoil and rush of the Staff room has come the 1944 MONTICELLO. A. IUNIOR CLASS EDITORS: Front Row, Nancy MacEadden, lean Allen: Back How, lean Scroqqie, Nancy Glenn, Lillian Tucker. B. Moreland Perkins, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Kitty Adair, CLUB EDITOR: Ruth Gilmer, CLASS EDITOR. C. ASSISTANT CLASS EDITORS: Left to Right, Marian Stern, Mary lane Hollinqsworth, Martha Gayle, and Mary Ann Morris. D. ART EDITORS: Left to Right, Enid Brundaae, Guy Leath, Anne Parsley, E.. '-i'1'1'7Z3f'1'5E2 Gwen Lindstromg not present, Florence Terrill. E. ASSISTANT CLUB EDITORS: Mildred M Shepherd, Aldo Marlin, not present, Betty Vint, Frances Feldman. F. MILITARY EDITORS: Kneeling, Mike Hopkins, Gordon Cousins. SPORTS EDITORS: Standing, Iohn -f Pleasants, Iean Knott, Buck Levey. MONTICELLO BUSINESS STAFF The business staff of THE MONTICELLO, under the guidance of Miss Frances Gray, manage the finances for the annual. By obtaining the advertisements and assemblying them into a section, handling picture appointments, making club contracts, and selling annuals, the staff gain much valuable business experience. A. L1-:I-'T TO RIGHT: Diane Brown, Peggy Broaddus, Collins Flannagan, Fritz Will. B. BOTTOM Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Frances Gray, lax Glossbrenner, Alberta McCullough, Newton Thomas. SECOND Row: George Bryson, Billy McAllister Williams, Oliver Owens, Ernest Alderman. C. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ann l-leadlee Moftat, Kenton Williams, lean Brumsey. D. BOTTOM Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Fritz Barbara Davis, Rosemary Young, Mimi Heyman, Guy Leath. TOP Row: Bill Henry Smyth, Ben Sharp. 5 THE DECLARATION Building towards a better magazine, THE DECLARATION has now added an editorial section and a junior section. lt is steadily ad- is 1 vancing, with the creative work representing the student body "" more than in the past. ln this way it is encouraging the writers I 1 ll' lf I sie . . it . - N I iff ' 'l -5 ' ,b':- ' .. -:: X E11 fp my .. .l.. 1 .Q-51'-25.1 D ' I sr.:--Q-. ' -I "f" '-".'v' '1' l -1.1-hz-.'f,','4 I .-." Ifl fill ........ X N Ifl it 3.2 - - la of tomorrow. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gwen Lindstrom, Editor-in-C'lIiotg Pat Ellison, Business Manaqerg Anne Parsley, Art Editor, Lucy Anderson, Betty Bennett, lean Carter, Mary Cross, lohn G. Ellis. SECOND ROW: Lucia Feilcl, Frances Feldman, Anne Gill, Ruth Gilmer, Drew Hierholzer, Frances Holladay, Carol Hutzler, Gloria Kaufman. THIRD ROW: Marshall Lowenstein, Robert Ooghe, Moreland Perkins, Mary Phillips, Lucia Pitts. FOURTH Row: Hazel Rogers, Betty Scott, Fritz Will. I S THE FORUM The Forum holds debates and hears speeches about current topics. These activities are valuable in preparing youth for the future world. By discussing present problems and learning how to solve future ones, the members of the Forum can really apply themselves to the tasks that confront the world's leaders. .li. - Q. It Fmsr Row, LEFT 'ro RIGHT: Robert Ooghe, President, Mitzi Verra, Vice-President: A4 ' ' llazel Rogers, Seicretaryg Mary Alice Morton, Treasurer: Phyllis Arrington, Mary , X, "" Berger, Phyllis Ann Berger, Vivian Borton, Diane Brown. SECOND ROW: Donald -f Ili'-,.x Brown, Barbara Davis, Charlotte Davis, Frances Feldman, Collins Flannagan, Gwen ' 'ltr Isbell. THIRD ROW: lirnmy leter, Francis Kreek, Neal Levin, Helen McDonough, 'Alla' Virginia Munford, Pollv Nasser. FOURTH Row: Thelma Nasser, Gladys Ann Neese, W gr loyce Parrish, Lucia Pitts, Hathaway Pollard. FIFTH ROW: Laurie Rennie, lane I-32 -'Ut , Scates, lean Scroggie, Wilda Vaughn, Rosemary Young. fillfl-'lv' ia Q' '1 . 1 i QJDAQQ GLEE CLUB During the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter seasons, the club portrayed in song the spirit of the occasions. Other events in- ! cluded programs before the U. S. O. and the Rotary Club and at Q g the Army Air Base. Selected groups also sang at the Iefferson 7 -t A Hotel and Chandler Iunior High School. if i Finally, the Glee Club joined the Band and Orchestra in a rnem- fjf , A orable concert. Vaughn, Eunice Barlow, Josephine Cash, Betty Bennett, Margaret Iones, Treasurer: H Evelyn Parrish, Mabelle Shanks, Phyllis Wirt, lackie Lee Ieter, Secretary. SECOND Row: Eula Mae Smoot, Ruth Ford, Betty Rice, Vice President: Elsie Ellington, Gail Murphy, Frances Zicafoose, Helen Walker, lean Knott, President: Margaret Ormond, ' Lillian Cohen, lanet Barr. THIRD ROW: Grace Kitelyn, Mary Potter, Betty Grove, CFI Ann Burton, Lillian Baber, Arlene Lang, lean Weiler, Virginia Pearson, Alta Lowry. K V I l i FOURTH Row: Andrew Roupas, Phil Lacy, Frank Hastings, Conrad Houston, Frank -'jj L' Saunders, Bobby Kelly, Buddy Powers, Eugene Mclntyre. FIFTH Bow: Bryant Clark. - F Iimmy Elliott, Bob Doss, Bill Anderson, Edward Robertson, Henry Hanks. 'S ' f' s-. :E"' . , :' Z55Ei':i5 s' tggsial X 4 " 4,21 26 Q ' ' X Q-,M Q Nlzfzggbh Q ":i1:. 3.211233 ,,.,,.5.55:2:Q?5 531: ' ,.g.y3-zggzjiqtg'fgg:,:3:3:1:5:gf:-' 21:3 :gs Q hw- 7" --" ' " Fmsr Row, LEFT 'ro moi-rr: Marguerite Potee, Betty Lincoln, Muriel Iohnson, Wilda X III tim ' vX'?2. Y I' n x ' ' I E! ill lu . --- - q . .L -rj X 4' a t - ' - 5 I' -A - ff: 5 i All' ' I Tax, l K E gl i n. liz:-,E 1 ' 4'-' g - :---,.- t ' ,f - - -nr .J ' ' ' Q-6 - --,- . - 1 - A f i t THE SINGING FORTY The Singing Forty is composed of Tee-lay girls, some ot whom aspire to a musical career, and all of whom like to sing and ap- preciate good music. Under the direction of Miss Thelma Cook, the club has learned many lovely songs and has enjoyed pre- senting them in assembly and other concerts. FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHTZ Catherine Lawrence, Peggy Christian, Charlotte Robinson, Sylvia Iames, Mitzi Verra, Grace Snead, Helen Van Denburgh, Lillian Hayes, Lillian Smithers, SECOND ROW: lane Harris, Rosalyn Anne Engard, Dera Ammons, Peggy Drummond, Barbara Delrlardit, Carol Norman, Mary Frances Chandler. THIRD Row: Charlotte Seal, Penny Heath, Shirley Quirk, Margo Woodson, Shirley Stalnaker, Frances Satterwhite, Rose Williams. FOURTH Row: lean Smith, Edith Bryant, Ocie Lowry, Gloria Kaufman. FIFTH Row: Barbara Watkins, loyce Parrish, Frances Holiday, Frances Feldman. SIXTH ROW: Shirley Flick, Rosalie Lipscomb, Alice Word Brown. ..,. ' si-il u " 'FZ itnt iff Q Wg, ki-. lg - 3: ' ifilclxflitl' in 3- . 9 '3 3 " 9,33 f" .4-V' fc' f, . ask, A . fftzfs- B., THE ORCHESTRA The Thomas lefferson Orchestra, under the direction oi Mr. Frank Wendt, has provided entertainment to student assemblies tor years. This year, under the strain of Wartime life, the programs presented by the orchestra have been interesting and enjoyable. .',, . G' VIOLINS: First, Donald Wendt, Lou Sanderson, Bill Ferguson, Ted Norris, Rae Feitiq, Marshall Lowenstein. Second: Charles Appich, Ann Neese. VIOLAS: Bill O'Flaherty, Ioyce Betts. CELLOS: Philip Gresham, Helen Briesmeister, Ellen Coqhill. BASSES: Florence Tucker, lack Redford, lack Dean. PIANO: Everett Seay, Elizabeth Gill. CLARINETS: lean Hawkins, Malcolm Dornbrower, lean Zickrick, La Verne Craft, Ioe Usolini, Winston Carter. FLUTES: Dot Hatke, lean Colb, Mary Howard. BASSOON: Betty Taylor. FRENCH Hoims: Walter Meuschke, Bill Williams. Comurrs: Donald uv- V! Ferguson, Kenneth Henderson, Robert Taylor, Kenneth Bailey. THOMBONES: Reyburn Person, Wayland Rennie, Bill Payne. TUBA: Carl Smoot. TYMPANI fdrumsl: Dick Barlow, Caroline Miller, Doris Vawlks, Marian Stern. ' aim" 1 , lt-.X 7, I 1 Ng 4 :T I I int it l -A -1 - . X t Mg 1 HHH :X H , t 'xg i T K t 1 4 , fx - 1 at Ex li ' 5 i 1 ,K re 1 it H , l i f ' t Q i i 1 if .. 3 , ,I Y l wo, ir - t I ii ' . X 1 t-..Jf,1s 1 ' ff- li El t ld . L 1' J 'Y 1 W, f f' ji . .1 ' t L . 4' f 4 A I , , ,of , f- f "T 3 'l-all iff' ' " X . fi' " 'T 5-,Q 1 I LATIN AND ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUBS The S. P. Q. R., composed of Latin 5 students and sponsored by Miss M. Frances Gray, meets every Monday during the class period. Programs consist either of Latin games or of speeches or short plays concerning the Romans. XX x . qi X The Arts and Crafts Club was organized this session under the '- sponsorship ot Mrs. Hattori. At the meetings the members have l-A ijkx- D enjoyed working together. They have also visited art exhibits. g " X . XXX LATIN CLUB 'xg Q LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Gray, Frances Lupton, Doris Tatarsky, Dorothy Maddox, Helen x-F. 3. "' McDonough, lean Scroggie, Dick Berry, Barbara Nolde, Donald Brown, Diane ' ' ..-- .QT 2 , La Brown, Hathaway Pollard, Buddy Reuhl, Martele Sporn. ,, K , Q I ' LL --"-'JZE17' ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB www . 1,24 'y J ,.., -4 ' Fmsr Row: LEFT TO Rial-rr: Doris Tartarsky, Secretary, Iosephine Freeman, Lillian j .5 jf., - g'::: fir 4- I Tucker, Vice President, Maude Levy. SECOND BOW: Mrs. Hattoff, Dona Abramson, 1:1 ifiyqf N ' . ! ' THIRD Row: Esther Porter, President, Pauline Purdum, Treasurer, Charlotte King, Q' l Egg. 5' A- V Iosephine Eisner. 'tu ' VA .EL 'Q ' 'gif X, - 7 ff' isa , l ' . L ,C - u 1 , I r'iK , '?' Xi ,V Q Q Q Q ,X X Q Z! f E1 CLUB ESPANOL El Club Espanol is striving to promote a more intelligent appreci- ation oi our neighbors in South America. To achieve its aims, the club has speakers and movies from South America, and arranges its programs in general to develop in the members a desire to cooperate With the other Americas in rebuilding the world. ff X-2, s FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ellen Stephenson, Sponsorg Mary Ann Morris, Presidentg David Brown, Vice-President, Christine Trevvett, Secretary, Betty Bennett, Barbara Beattie, lane Belk. SECOND Row: Marie Blair, Vivian Borton, Mary - lane Bradley, Ioan Brauner. THIRD ROW: Diane Brown, Beverley Cohen, Virginia Droste, Fay Graham. FOURTH Row: Martha Gayle, Sarah Greene, Edna I-Ieenan, Loretta Kurz. FIFTH ROW: Maude Levey, Gladys Ann Neese, Lucia Pitts, lean Pace, N Anne Parsley, Esther Porter, Merle Rhodes, Jane Segal. FRENCH CLUB AND IEFF CLEF CLUB The French Club members speak at the meetings on subjects per- taining to France. Their object is the promotion of good Will and a thorough understanding of the French people, with whom We have so much in common. Our good relations with the French Will help to insure our future. Striving to build up a greater interest in and love for music, the left Clef Club not only recognizes classical works but also, in keeping up with the modern trend, regards swing and other types of music as Worthy of study. Records, radio, and student per- formers are included in their programs. FRENCH CLUB - FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGI-Ir: Ianet Barr, President: Ben Sharp, Vice'Presidentg Barbara White, Secretary: Phyllis Strause, Treasurer. SECOND Row: Nikki Cali-sch, Lucia Feild, Ieanne Rothenberg, Lee Sckinto. THIRD Row: lean Scroggie, Shirley Snell. FOURTH Row: Lillian Tucker. FIFTH Row: Nancy Woodall. Il-IFF CLEF CLUB - Fmsr Row: Mrs. Iennette W. Hardin, Sponsor. SECOND Row: Helen Morrissey, President. THIRD Row: Maurice Ullman, Vice-President. FOURTH Row: Sarah Greene, Secretary: Toni Mullinax, Treasure-ry Lucia H. Feild, Caroline Hogshead. FIFTI-I Row: Gatewood Holland, La Verne Jones, Barbara Nolde, Shirley Schuyler. - ii' it-: 'IA S1 9 f Q 5 sl'-fslhwfii R. - Ie 'n- -- 'T' V . A ' ' - ' lf:A'.if!i:i""'1f2f77".'-1' I --M4-5 - X - .. ' -, ...,. '1 . x E Tj- g: " 3 ' 1E1 -- A I 1-- .1 E f - , ,,. 1: , - . ff' ' ' ' 0 A .- -,ZX ' Z V , C ' TT, I ,X 1 71" illbtdl - - - . 1.. T - THE PAINT AND PALETTE CLUB The Paint and Palette Club was chartered in October, 1943, with Mrs. Frank Davis as sponsor. lt purposes to stimulate interest in art throughout the school and to take advantage of art oppor- tunities in the city. Besides visiting museums and art schools, the members have observed, on a visit to a local department store, the work behind a fashion page advertisement. 1 Z -1" FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Christine Schaaf, Presidentg Alma Rector, Vice-President: Ruth Nenzel, Treasurer: Phyllis Arrington. SECOND ROW: Ioan Brauner, Nancy lane Glenn, Eleanor Horton, Carol Hutzler. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Ienninqs, Gwen Linclstrom, Mary Alice Morton, Ann Ross Meyberg, Doris Tatarsky. l 1 I LIBRARY ASSISTANTS' CLUB These potential librarians, all of whom are seniors or juniors, give any desired assistance to the librarians. Their chief duties are taking charge ot the desk service, shelving books, and making minor repairs. The club meets every two Weeks to discuss prob- lems connected with their Work. ,X QX Fmsr Row, LEFT ro RIGIITZ Rebecca Wright, Presidentg Iackie Lee Ieter, Vice- President and Secretary, Ioyce Parrish, Treasurer, Charlotte Davis, Marian Hahn. SECOND ROW: Billy Iordan, Frances Langston. THIRD Row: Phyllis Martin, Marian Moore, Lucia Pitts, Ann Marshall Speight, Sylvia Stein Cornelia Woodward. it X I if 4 Axman ".Q3f15 I 15,1 U. 2:35 I-my ty -W, it QA - IUNIOR RED CROSS CCUNCIL AND REPRESENTATIVES The lunior Red Cross, led by its Council, has been very active. In addition to the knitting and other Work that goes on continuously, they sent boxes to War orphans and to soldiers in this locality. Ag- They have also made covers for Braille books. . X east tw It 4 .2 U1 1 1 II S .gh fx tam Att X X A xx IB I gi I X X I , if Iggs A N4 v 25 a lx ,' I Kllxx .lt A w - " QX -: . ,- Zi he ,rg : I 5? ft, 1" f '--,I . j pf :pn ,-L . .K FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ruth Ford, Barbara Iames, Cara Fan Hogshead, Mary lane Hollingsworth, Bill Lee, Helen Lewis, Ruth Nenzel, Alma Rector. SECOND ROW: Frances Anderson, Barbara Beattie, Betty Bellam, Iohn E. DeWolf, III, Virginia Mae Dolbeare, Ianice Draper, Mary Elwang, Frances Fine, Doris Fowlkes, Helen Franklin. THIRD ROW: Madlyn Guttas, Gwen Isbell, Elizabeth lennings, Lillian Iones, Margaret Iones, Alberta McCullough, lane Mooers, Virginia Munford, Ioyce Pankhurst, Lucia Pitts. FOURTH ROW: Stewart Raines, Frances Robison, Fenton Roudabush, Christine Schaaf, lean Scroggie, Rosalie Scrogqs, Mildred Shepherd. FIFTH ROW: Helen Smith, Shirley Snell, Virginia Sternheimer, Irene Stevens, Fannie Straus, Iacquelyn Vial. l : ' 1 ul tt .5 1 yi N'z'r"li'1? it COMMERCIAL CLUB Because interest in commercial subjects has increased consider- ably, the roll of the Commercial Club has grown. Its chief under- taking is volunteer Work for the O. C. D. and O. P. A. The club is doing its bit to hasten the end of the War and at the same time is 'X preparing to enter the commercial world. X XS. Yi -XXX F C' xx Xxx rilxxx X snfxx- X. g L? C tire H """N ' ' an FIRST Row, Li-:FT 'ro RIGHT: lane Lynch, President: Eleanor Parsons, Secretary, !m V A ?:'."' . " VirCJinia Garrett, Treasurer: Dera Ammons, BettY Bellam. SECOND ROW: PhYllis Arm , 'lj' uf , Berger, Mary Boyle, Virginia Droste, Ruth Ford. THIRD Row: Nancy lane Glenn, ,L V' -'vie' -, 11 Sarah Greene, Madlyn Guttas, Ann Headlee, Ocie Lowry. FOURTH ROW: Helen 6' 7" j' ' Morrissey, Ruth Nickols, Mary Rachel Potter, Colleen Sandridge, Betty Scott, Peggy V E 1 -15"-1"'-.Ei , L Tuck, Nancy Wilson, Bette Worsham. -All I 513- Q- o f 'T --7 ,., , 7 Jx' f ,. - " m ffgif-2' , HI-Y CHAPTER This year's Hi-Y organization, with Mr. Bloxsom as its sponsor, holds Weekly meetings at the Y. M. C. A., Where they hear valu- able discussions helpful to them in spreadinq Christian standards. This year's activities included outings at Camp Richmond and It . dances after football and basketball qames. .4502 " ll -'Still : x K VIN 4 PM t - , I -L 1 I ' itil I : V 1 Qty-- t z 355 . L N. 5 1 , A Q ,J 1 v 1 X KX t l -. . is , Fmsr Row, LEFT ro mom: Warren Kelly, President, Paul lack, Vice President, I t. .. H ,B To f, t Betty Lambert, Mascot: Ben Dillard, Secretary: Bob Doss, Treasurer. SECOND Row: J.: R -4,5 A in A' .1 'I Otto Brauer, Sonny Clay, Mr. Bloxsom, Sponsor: Clyde Harding, Bill Gregory. ! EFK IL THIRD ROW: limmy Tenser, Iohn Marshall, Phil Lacy. jfs, 1.5-A -r. 2, I 54. " A V , "I f fl' ' fain F T. I. RETAILERS T. I. Retailers spend part ot each day in a retail store, Where they apply procedures learned in their retail training class. These students have Worked in many departments besides selling. They have gained valuable experience in store Work and in dealing with people, and will have a record oi this when they seek perrna- nent jobs. l ' iii' FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marion Curtis, La Verne Francis, Arlena Kay, La Verne Lumpkin, Margie Anderson, Margaret Nichols. SECOND ROW: Ovella Wiltshire, Margaret Moughamian, Virginia Matro, Bernice McLawhon, Dorothy Martin, Phyllis Brooks. THIRD Row: Charles Sterling, George Thomas, Miss Parsons, lean Cash, Mary Auringer. Nor PRESENT: Howard Brooks, Marion Jones, lean Longbridge, Norman Simpson, Wythe Kelley, Iulia Bailie, Kathleen Smith, Madeline Zimberg. A 9 W B 7 i ' e 5 ' XA S i file. 2 " fr 72' J, Y V xkfr , f - H- Q ,, Eff GIRL RESERVES-TRIANGLE I AND II This year the Senior and Iunior Girl Reserves, teelinq the need tor unity in school efforts as Well as in the future world, have tried to learn more of cooperation, leadership, and respect for the opinions of others. Working with Miss Catherine Bentley, their sponsor, they have enjoyed helpinq others and planning recreation. I i I 4 T Fmsr Row, LEFT 'ro RIGHT: Miss Catherine Bentley, Sponsor: Ann Parsley, President: I 1. Betty Vint, Secretary, Robin Robins, Treasurerg Kitty Adair, Ruby Aqee. SECOND N " REE" Y 1 BOW: lean Allen, Betty Bellam, Betty Bennett, Mary Berqer. THIRD BOW: Nancy Berry, ig 133' Marie Blair, Mary Boyle, Barbara Brandon, Diane Brown, Norma Burley, Stella Burson, lune Campbell. FOURTH Row: Ieanne Chapman, Charlotte Davis, Virginia - Droste, Martha Gayle, Anne Gill, Ruth Gilmer, Nancy lane Glenn, Sarah Greene. ss 3 2 5 GIRL RESERVES - TRIANGLE I AND II The Girl Reserves are hiqh school clubs sponsored by the Young Women's Christian Association. Its members are considered junior members of the and many will later become active workers. The clubs strive toward all the ideals for which the parent organization stands. f l P Fmsr Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Henry, Anne Howell, Anne Marie Iackson, Gwen Lindstrom, Virginia Marshall, Gay McSwain. SECOND Row: Doris Moffat, Mary Ann Morris, Thelma Nasser, Ioyce Parrish. THIRD Row: Ann Patty, Mary Phillips, Berkeley Richardson, ,lean Scrogqie, Mildred Shepherd, Grace Snead, Marilyn Strohkorb, Frances Thomas. FOURTH Row: Sarah Thomas, Suzanne Thornton, Peggy Tuck, Mitzi Verra, Bobbie Warner, Martha Williams, Bette Worsham, lean Boyd Wright. .XX XSS X- Liu. Ll I ........ GIRL RESERVES - TRIANGLE III Dances, bowling, and picnics are the social activities Triangle Three of Girl Reserves have participated in this year. They have also helped in selling War Stamps. Interesting and instructive programs have been provided by speakers on such vital subjects as family relations, juvenile delinquency, and choice of colleges. lv' Ml-4 I 551- A 41.2 Y Q ,gifs ' '. .,..,-332.1 1-.',-,g-,g:.,, " -f-:-1'-7 'n,'q,'t N144 rl .1--I s t-11 . lil.. J mf viii 4.-:-4' 3' U 2--1"2'-1'-1-Zvi " I ff-1-.g.-L.,-:Q -.--.-I 152:-Z r,-,gt f ' 1-If: " -:a " t 71:12 , l 51-1- lll fill 4...- X Ifl RE "' 1 9 FIRST Row, LEFT TO R1GHT:Clarice Ryland, Vice Presidentg Anne Blair, Secretary: Bobby Pollard, Treasurerg Frances Anderson, Elise Bellenot. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Ann Berger, Mary lane Bradley, loan Braver, Dudley Brett, Elizabeth Dietrick. Dorothy Drummond. THIRD Row: Peggy Duchene, Anne Faw, Betty Gray Finney, Elizabeth Herrink, Gatewood Holland, Mary Howard, Betty Lawrence, Hilda john, LaVerne jones. FOURTH Row: Barbara Macy, Dorothy Maddox, Phyllis Martin, Ann Mcliillop, Sally McGuire, Polly Nasser, Marjorie Norther, lean Pace. FIFTH Row: lane Parker, Lee Sckinto, Shirley Snell, Mary Anne Spain, Ieanne Spears, Sylvia Stein, Virginia Sternheimer, Shirley Watkins, Ann Worsham. xx E5g22s5:gE,. W "" -if . " F Q :vb-' 4 r- , ' W5 . 0 Q r A as SW R my A , ,A .109 ffl? 'Vx Q3 SRA Q , gygm - SKQH Q Ms V QXJ... x X mi. - ' ,., www- - 4 X o fx W Q . u E vw kk ,A Q .sa::-s5.., f s Mx x v A Www M L , sf m Q - ww., I - f.. , sf . f Qlgff' gs M . .. z ' 'i ,. gi, LN? A W k R311 xv 'ei , Q X sf' 4 1 4 ff MB- I , Q , QQ .:.:,,. , .Q x X uv QW HN ' mfg 5.53:-555, il ,iinv lcg ggwyxp , N , 11 .5 Y ,W . , N, - 5? in 7 ,A-Maggy I fi w .1 ., ,, an ,wggjfswfk . if 11 A . 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Now, however, we know it has helped us. We R c have learned to be neat in appearance and to respect those to whom respect is due. And because we know "" 55 3 how to take orders, to be quided, to be helped, we know 1 l Z ".l how to order others, to lead, to guide and to help them. 4 , ii it CAPTAIN LESLIE L. CARDONA, IR. MRS. ALLEN MADISON FONTAINE Commrxndnnt Faculty Sponsor - I '.:f5,bb,, K? b Q,,g,qg5.lw. 59 . l tffif, MW ' ' ' . -' '51-4212" -' ,cf 1 25 We Ulu W 4. I UW ' 'A 1 ' ,, 1 +4 , ,Y ' , x - -A I , Iu'I"4jLnu4a..Ig:fI. q I to , I I ,X X K' M I P1 4 L :Ma XX 144 -ff ' 1 ' I A of D2 1 I l .Rl -fx. af ' I ' I . " , : I I -q ' -, lv nn, ,fl . ,' 'N LLXY1? ' h ' Ig, k MARIOHIE CREATH Cfndei Lieulenant Colonfhl N " LJ I. ' Re-qnmeninl Sponsor PHILI IP LACY 4, V , 1 , , . Isofi' ,. as , ,,v , ., -- ,A V I p KM .. 14 K, ,L , LU if" ff' QQ! of ,, ' Zi! , rx I Y , .Q 4, - .1- CADET MAIOR CHARLES HOPKINS Senior Aide to the Commcxndant Cadet Captain WILLIAM MCALLISTER Quartermaster Department Cadet Captain IOI-IN ELLIS Intelligence Officer xx X ti-L .X US- ' 'flmygw , 1. : ., -451.355-.'5+':f557'-7f':'1"5f' - :W x iv USSZTXQI, t ' L it wmltiilsl Wk- .,,,,,' ,K '53-ZW' 1 fLl71ln"H7f'p 41 I ' II I2 2 ' -, . 1111113 I W rx 1114: TMUQQJ i x Cadet First Lieutenant Cadet Second Lieutenant Llmn AA 'LN 'Wx RUSSELL MORGAN NELSON SHAPIRO I N ' X Lieutenant Quartermaster junior Aide to the Cornmandant ' I u. t, , fn KIXI ,L H,.,--- A Y I :L w H 8 3' ' txt REGIMENTAL STAFF CADET CADET CADET CAD1-:T CADET CADET CADET CADET CADET CADET CADET CADET FIRST BATTALION STAFF Cadet Major William Smith Cadet First Lieutenant Russell Morgan Cadet Sergeant Stephen Mayer Cadet Private William Doyle CADET MAJOR EDWARD DENTON Second Battalion Commander EVELYN wooD',A K Battalion Sgwongrf g " 427' F X Q FS SECOND BATTALION STAFF F Q P XXKR Cadet Major William McAllister X F- X Cadet First Lieutenant Fred johnson l,.':i , .--'ii N Cadet Second Lieutenant William Furlo ' lt . Cadet Sergeant Major Theodore Greenb ,e , H L ff 2-' 22 t. lrrtt 1 S . 'fi' i, 'Z Q it me-S or -J J F F "' V 1 f, fd 'f 'T X 'N-. 1 s Q Q 2 .r COMPANY Cadet Cuptuln LOUISE HARAWAY BINFORD GRAHAM Sponsor COMPANY Cadet Captain ELIZABETH LINCOLN WILLIAM SMITH Sponsor Cadet FIYSI Lieutenant Cadet Second Lieutenant STUART JACKSON AUSTIN UMLAUF Z 'ihvwpwx X 'TF 52 5 we COMPANY R. fu R Calder! Cflptclm ANNE GILL RUDOLPH HETZER Sponsor s Q n X Z! Z ff? 2' Cadet First Lieutenant Cadet Second Lxeutencmt HENRY KOLBE GEORGE ANDREWS , x 2 AP FUR I1lI1ETEEIT FURTY- ruun Cadet Cvmtcun THOMAS OVERTON LEE COMPANY ll ll BERKLEY RICHARDSON Sponsor Cadet First Lieutenant FRED IOHNSON Lieutenant Cadet Second Lieutenant NOEL CRAVER CCMPAN Y ,N L, - K A 'wg cqdm Ccxpluzu NANCY HENRY , X CARLTON BROWN Sprmsox '- X -XL I- x mf- Q, , L F -XX NL xx-rv K xt-xg 11, Cadet Fxrsi L1eute-num Cadet Second JOHN MARSHALL WILLIAM CHILDRESS 4-P' 2,223 - X I BAND o V ,N , QQQLQ., Qwfswf 'ft xwwX KN' fn if ' Cadet Coptcxin IANES MOOERS REYBURN PERSON Sponsor ,-R G23 Cadet First Lieutenant Cadet Second L1eute-nnnt IOHN BARONIAN DAN MCTAGGART CADET BALL Red, white, and blue streamers set off the gray and White of the cadet officers' uniforms, and added a patriotic air to the Thanksgiving Ball. The figure was led by Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Philip Lacy and Regi- mental Sponsor Marjorie Creath, assisted by Cadet Major Fred Ellis and Miss Evelyn Wood. The military figure was witnessed by the Cadet Corps, special guests, and the general public. Dancing was to the rhythm of Bob Boykin and his orchestra. The figure favors were Cadet Corps rings. -THAT, V Q, ' ,.,f11 f..fr""",As'r'kY W in X 'X -" I, V Q A T T 'f Q . l w U ' Q.,-,4 I taunt: . . ii- ' ,S - Jie! if gig I . 1- , ng Q-4' .-f . 'Af FS- -:,:,..- ' , , -6 ' 'N sfffifsg' ly W?" V- V-3 ,Q -V .,- - - . VZ' I 116- All -. X-' Lf A f i" ff,,. 2 2, ',. -. f ' ' ' LL, 'rj x ' -5T . " :fc e----ff-L el ri" ' 4.12 if 1 1 kin A 451 'fi ,I " wx i le L1 ...i- L ,...... I II KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Cadet Lieutenant Colonel R. G. Hetzer, Judge Advocate: Cadet Captain G. C. Andrews, President: Cadet Major W. R. McAllister, Secretary. STANDING: Cadet Major C. R. Hop':ins, Cadet Major W. T. Smith, Cadet Captain l. A. Umlauf, Cadet First Lieutenant S. jackson, Cadet Captain A. A. Modena, Cadet First Lieutenant W. Miller, Cadet Captain M. Rubin, Cadet N. E. Craver, Cadet First Lieutenant R. Lie, Cadet Captain W. K. Childress, Cadet Captain R. Person. ' I1 '," 'Tx ,.. , as ' -, -4131 -. - -. 'f , - :Q 1 " 1 ..... 1 N 4. 1, . 4, U l C I. 11 ,I I l ' KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Cadet Sergeant C. M. Scheer, E - , ' Manager, Company F, Cadet First Sergeant D. L. Baxter, i F ' Captain, Company Pj Cadet Major C. Rflnlopkins, Executive Officer, Staifg Cadet Private lj h A - First Class P. I. Snider, Company F: Cadet Supply Sergeant R. B. Wrenn, Company D5 X. ...-.-.'.- M.m,.?m,mQ:, :.4,1552wziaigggiigzggfgggi Cadet Private First Class H. E. Wood, Company F. STANDING: Cadet Captain Adjutant F. i g75'3'i"L:':gEfj55'. 'qYi3HQ2Q7?7"" M. lohnson, Staffp Cadet Color Sergeant H. R. Miller, Staff, Cadet Corporal F. H. Fuller, CoInpany Ep Cadet Corporal W. Andrews, Company Ag Cadet Sergeant W. B. Locke, "7" Company B. l 5'-as - , - . Qi' .if .J Au 3? 5: ,xifbefff-F K X1 L L .,. fx' L f-Y .J ,V. V. V . , . V V-VVV '.3V:1V.?V. V. V ., VV, - .V'. V . .. ,., ,V .. . 5. 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We have felt and We have seen the crushing body contact, the strain- ing eagerness, the heartbreak of defeat andthe glory of triumph, th h f h ' , dth 'llt '. e oarseness romc eering an eW1 owin fr Those of us who Watched will never forget the battles. Those of us who played . . . who Won, who lost . . . Who stopped only with the final Whistle . . . will never forget what athletics has demanded and what time will reward . . . perserverance. X ...Lui ,wi mi ...... NT N N BOTTOM Row, LEFT 'ro RIGHT: lack, Denton, Perkins, Smith, McDade, DuLaney, Goldbarth, Reidelback, Hungerford, Yarborough, Weinstein. SECOND Row: Stoneburner, Ride, Harland, Blair, Lane, Fergusson, Grosch, Owens, Kalman, Calder, Leake. Tnmn Row: Coach Bloxsom, Coach Noble, lones, Lowry, Moore, Robinson, Kohler, Dillard, Barret, Coach Carmack. TEE-IAY WINS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP Ieffs Wallop i Gridders Post 9-1 Record Iustices 25-0 On November 13 Thomas Iefferson de- feated its cross-town rival Z5-O. Through- out the game the Ieffs oulplayed I. M. Only in the first quarter was Tee-lay scoreless. Tee-Iay's first score came in the second period after a 74 yard drive, with Yar- borough scoring. On the kickoff opening the second half the ball bounced, hit a me er of lohn Marshalls team, and was re red by Tee-lay. After taking a gi I Tee-lay was forced to kick. Yar- n n g t off a punt which went out- - .e Mis on ard line. Sherrod tried - lust nout of this hole, but - c ashe L- o gh and blocked the 2 - -'- e . ar d for a touchdown, i - - v :it e leffs were forced Q r--I lg mfg icked to the Q ' !IlI nh -- to punt, but an- : :ibn ' o ffh a 'ai and again lr h . or a 4 wn. In the i 'li .-... lime - penalty i . . U.. the two ....- - ter the Pa r.:-T--:ei-J str :, - a.-1'2" they -rfilgw s 'I e- .io 25-U. On September 27 Thomas Iefferson de- l feated Morrison, 13-U. Rather than run one squad throughout the game, Coach Car- mack decided to give every man a chance so he could judge his ability on the field. Ieffs Drub Geo. Washington 24-7 Tee-lay showed a powerful and well- balanced team in defeating Alexandria. The leffs' first score came on a trick play featuring a long run by Paul lack. ln the second quarter Hungerford scored for Tee- lay on a long pass from lack. After a scoreless third quarter the Ieffs were out for blood in the fourth, with first Yar- borough and then Denton scoring. George Q ,- . . xl. . Q, rt - V 5 ,Ji 3.-r. . Q , .A .,f' ', yr '-P I :M-.Qf:4Sgf,1'9.5.4.-g.lim-Q,5.x"- Q . 4 .-bsqvhimwz' .EL lf,r...'x .rzqgi .1 3,,,, rm. c'1e.,,.,, 'xglffg-5,-5 ,ng-air' -iQ,3,rU..fj,:'5.-.-, -K a wb! jay -in .534 "-1.4:-:Q 'gf' '. i A i 'A' " f L' ' .. , x ' . V '. AU ' - .gg i?:- . 1- To ' .wj .gg ' . .:. , .2 y H . 1... If t k.,: , ery 53: 5 . xwfy tw , SF Q Q 3 4 'Y s 2 v sig I 1 Q., rw -'www ':.'.-' -I 'Y R X Q 5' I H . gi , . .4 l 1 f N 1' . N 1 , 5, N 'Mt' ' -if x , Wi!-W , T Y sg as 'i' 1- PM H ,E if .f 1 er., 1 5 1.1 1... lr' 'r 'WW - I - -.-- ' -war'-11.5 S lr ' 3 X. xv ,. Q JV 351 .i - A . ,wi 'jf X sf Ms, x Q f aww R 1 Q MK Mr. -r, vt , N N Yarborouqh Is Downed Washington's tally came in the last quar- ter after passing had netted them forty yards. Boteler tossed a pass to Chisholm for the score. The extra point was made. Tee-lay And Petersburg Battle To 0-U Deadlock Tee-lay found it rough going against the strong Petersburg eleven. ln the first guar- ter Paul lack took a punt and ran it over, but the play was called back. In the sec- ond guarter the leffs were on the spot. lack intercepted a pass, and Yarborough's punt was blocked and recovered behind the goal by Petersburgp but a penalty also annulled this play. The rest of the game was a fairly even contest. Presidents Edge Out Granby 14-13 The Belt Liners barely triumr hed over Granby of Norfolk. Granby first scored in the second period after an eighty-eight yard drive. Their second tally came in the third period when Ivanhoe dropped back behind his goal and shot a pass to Lee, ix.. MS- Hungerford Reaches High who scored. Lee also converted. Tee-lay first scored in the beginning of the last quarter as the result of passes from lack and Denton to Hungerford, with lack run- ning over from the two-yard line. Another pass set the score at 13-7. Iones, by steal- ing the ball from a Granby back and run- ning forty yards, made the final score. lack passed to Denton for the extra point. On October 15 Thomas Iefferson crushed Hampton, 26-6. At the start of the game, lack, taking a punt, broke loose and was stopped on the Crabber fifteen. Weinstein went to the eight and lack went over. Later lack scored again. Then Harland Ieffs Close-In on Crowell of I. M. FOUR IEFF S ALL-STATE intercepted a pass and ran it back to the visitors' twelve. Hungerford caught a pass for six points. ln the third quarter Tee- lay's passes carried the ball to the eight, where lack heaved one for the tally. Hampton's only score was on a reverse by Marshall. Thomas Iefferson Loses To Saint Christopher's The Ieffs, minus two regulars, were un- able to hold back the powerful Saints. All during the first period Tee-lay held a slight edge. ln the second quarter, Chewn- ing, a Saint star, broke loose and ran t t t 1 l t t seventyeseven yards to score. The next! score came when Yarborough, rushed as he was passing, threw the ball to a Saint end, who scored. Saint Christopher's scorf ed twice in the third period, on a pass and a run. The lone Tee-lay marker came when lack passed to Perkins on the two and Yarborough bucked over. Chewning tallied once more, making the score 31-7. Belt-Liners Win Thriller From Roanoke 8-7 Thomas lefferson displayed champion- ship form in downing Iefferson Senior High. Roanoke's touchdown drive started on their thirty-four. Running the ball, they advanced to the Tee-lay twenty-five. The ball was carried over by Callis and Evans. Callis kicked the extra point. Tee- lay's safety came when Yarborough kicked out of bounds on the Magicians' ten. Musselman tried to kick, but Smith blocked the attempt and the ball rolled into the end zone for a safety. The leffs then started their touchdown drive, using the air and ground successfully, with Yar- Continued on page 3 Five All-City: One All-Southern ln '43 the Belt Line Team placed its full share of stars on the mythical combina- tions, the All-City, All-State, and All- Southern elevens. Taking first honors for Thomas lefferson was Eugene "Yank" DuLane 7 tr' g center on all thre teams even oug was laid un for a hile during the middle of the season wit an injured collarbone DuLaney was a a ro o player. Hisgpgad : nd accuracy from cen ter made 1'-'Y,i7f"1' effvft 1' - , wise .n an-"T 4 .lp , "" 'I-1-1 1 sistently u IF-Q ,fo e ve wor Paul I QQ aptain X ll State eleven, filled impor ant in the backfield w' N effecti Wy -Q1 'c Hungerfor . ac , F- 9 A-I ' .1 I I A 2 S or ing Clin? Zan, gg IGI: el-lf " - e f- .. . ' "4 'J- t,,. r.f.I, --.- - A , Y, l -: 'ew 'o,s f " ' ? 'lit Xqskn stoppe ' erous TH Eli. D1 k . , I ri li tiara..-n h -,, - - '-' .-- ,g 1 H'- -- -N -Fm ' , ,-. ' f 7 his speed and incredible elusiveness ac- counted for much of the leffs' yardage. In addition to his All-State berth lack was chosen for a position in the All-City back field. Dick Hungerford, the leffs' six foot three pass-snagger, also figured prominently in the combinations of stars. Hungerford was awarded positions on both the All-City and All-State teams. Throughout the sea- son he held up his end of the great pass- ing combination, lack to Hungerford. This seldom failing pair was the keystone of many Tee-lay drives and gained much ground and many touchdowns. Donald Smith received his share of the honors, Smith was chosen for both the All-City and the All-State combines. Srnith's work at tackle, although it was not as sensational as some back field positions, was of equal importance. In do- ing his job he opened holes in the op- ponents' line and stopped their offensives with great skill and endurance. l t l PRESIDENTS ELECT CO-CAPTAINS Yarborough and Reidelbach bucked over for scores, lack and Hungerford each inter- cepted a pass to score, Perkins recovered and carried over a blocked punt, Stone- burner scored a safety, and Weinstein and Lane made conversions. The Cadets scored on two passes. Tee-lay Clinches Championship: Defeats Hopewell 14-7 Thomas leffersori licked Hopewell, l4f7, thus winning the State Class A Champion' ship. Tee-lay's first score came in the sec- ond quarter on a pass from lack to Lane. who went over for the tally: Lane also made the extra point. The Blue Devils of Hopewell came back to score on a long pass from Futch to Brockwell, Iones con- verted. The Ieffs then scored on a pass with Lane again kicking the extra point. . jf! "X ' Morelan Perkins, though his play was -' no spec ular as that of Hungerfordi !f,"ma n excelle t record at right end. ,. For hi placed on the All :war JjeE a an excellent de- "f12t3E3h fensive man. He wa 'n on every play -.wi-. .-.-:':-.- " ' ' a A f 2 vt. e VJ' th! 1: a streak if his '- -- , .- p a 1 ' -.ritgrlllgtr E-QFiEsq:5x.4tii LF i nghip r t it Q' flat I .rttrstial -. J' ti-is rt 1 , --X , U . Ig ....-3PDbo gif , li" L' - i'lgLP'."o The 5 f'fWt '.:'hllhf- . J 2 i ft 2- r- r .rr - rt MINI- - ' 3175.5 1 . L1'1':-his-MZ' refrs is M 'lvl rr E: --sz , X- T J K 4 I, t t Q- KS 52:5 dig. I A 25.0 4 nn"aF.15!gEEi-f!5'XiFg'4'l -12. -- , gf ,ef g. ff Q 5 -'-Y The game ended in the midst of a des, perate passing attack by Hopewell with the leffs using a four-man line. 0 SCORES Tee-lay Morrison . U Tee-lay Alexandria 7 Tee-lay Petersburg . , U Teeflay Granby . . . . lj Teeelay Hampton . . , 6 Tee-lay St. Christopher 31 Tee-lay Roanoke 7 Tee-lay Benedictine l 2 Tee-lay lohn Marshall U Tee-lay Hopewell 7 The members of the football squad, after playing nine games together, elect- ed two boys whom they thought to be tops as cofcaptains for the last game and, honorarily, for the whole season. Albert Reidelbach and Paul lack were chosen. Reidelbach played a consistently hard, aggressive game at left tackle. On the defense he generally shifted to the back- field and there he did an excellent iob of backing up the line. He started the first two games at fullback, showing a lot of drive, but Coach Carrnack changed him hack to his old position after the Peters- burg contest, taking advantage of Yar- borough's printing and passing ability in the backfield. lack not only was a great tailback, as skill goes, but was a fine morale builder on the field. Time after time when the boys were having mighty rough going and lack was doing the bulk of the run- ning, he bounded up from the heap of players with words of encouragement. During the season Coach Carmack ap- pointed a captain or co captain for each game. Dul.aney, Vtleirrstrriri, Hungerford, and Yarborough were others who cap- tained the team. Weinstein l IACK SWEEPS END ., " , 'Wit - .ix 3,J3f"?+- LJ' . gi gel -we-wp" 5 5 fIr.?..t '. 'f' r . ' , I tw . -,"- f t .,,., -K , I . . .... W f .6 , 0 , . 1 , - . Q l ' :HM ff 355.6 PA dh! .x K' fx? . Q ' .'f:f1'3l,"ff"" 'Z' '. ' . 1 A if 2"f"'! ,I+ gat L f' - ffl?-Aa' - . , ' . l ' 1' ' ,wat 1 Q 1' t ft 2-G 2 t ang, n ,?. 1 gr 311: ,xx X 5 'l 39 K r X ' 5 Ll' ' +..t'W x,.mg' in l P: . . i 1 A , J 4 6 , s 4 4 Q on X L an .. W .. W W wwf:-"2 A X i ,RW .l. ls' A Q t gm ,A was Ukbovel-Denton Reverses ior 16 Yd. Gain tBelowl-Denton Intercepts ever, he took a lot of green but promisinq material and welded a team, well drilled in fundamentals, in top physical shape, possessed oi excellent plays, the team which won the first State Ch ' ship gained loy this school. lt was Coach "Hank" Nob ,' VV teach and help the left torewa - ter the all importa fundamentals of line play Coach Noble ot the best of results as our line was ass A competition fri? l Coach . a 95' ljflgtri-HI . Ymenf PGI fu. LHME' 3"-:Q mm f"'V I1 I'uY'em Punt ls blocked 'helpful also in 'te ' F q our onents Tee-lay Mentors Outstanding Much credit for the victorious 1943 foot- ball season must qo to our coaches, for they plotted the plays, recognized and im- proved natural abilities, and created or' qanization. This was Coach Shelburne Carmaclds second year at Thomas lefferson as head coach of football. Starting in '42 with only two lettermen, he was handicapped in '43 by having only two regulars return. How- plays t , eam t s , ing th regulars a mg of tu e Takinq care f t e futur at ee ay wa Coa Bob I K coached th sopho o - ,, - 5'1" ' VCIY l 8 5 ' - : e ' ' l I . .. - - E " an n 1 '- ,, : - s... , ' , . -4 '.'. f. ":l,. f 'lr '..f- .E cf V Sq-A , XQZQSYE, -. .,.,, v 4 , L1 . , 9 X , , . , , .3 .ix ' ' t - W silo T - :wk 1133 I , . -ffiffti He fun -.u . H - eu tts' FAST ACTION! Clnseil-Coach Bloxlom BASKETBALL ff! X r" ff V I, fl' mf Bm T 'irrsm-.1.. ,iz- - ---:-' u. ,.:,:,..1.1.. x. x 1r.,4f..o,:-...ga -3, 4 l n ,'.':' u I' I ' -, Q-, , 'ww ,J1 .. ' la i, . -f DIUWUQ .. , Q - ' X "lim " ' ky X XA :XX lg 'I X The 1943-44 Basketball season has been the best Thomas Iefferson has yet seen. For the first time in the history of the school we Won the State Class A Championship. The Ieffs' powerful team Went through a near-perfect season with nineteen Wins to their credit against one loss to Iohn Marshall. Spearhead of the Tee-lay attack at practically all times was Dick Hungerford. For the second time Dick Won the Cy Slavin Trophy fp f a FSE lfe Trophy as most valuable player for the season. Alfre Ffh I -:S 5 Xl ' gf" I foul shooting with sixty-one points. He also won the Hank x ' nl d 7 R ulil ll' ' I 'l 5 ' 2' .- f. bg W g- I -P, I I ' I , N u se 2: ggi -4 "4-"ggi obyl Lane was second in the order of scoring with 142 points. Y V1 ,' U f , S: , 1-Ig EE f gg-ji! ' f ff- ' -f' ' f gg? ff- A X- at c , Q-3 .135 f T JC C T " X Y K THE STARTING FIVE BASKETBALL Lane went into the armed services in February and was not able to finish the season with the team. Also over the century mark on the score sheet was Donald Fergusson, who chalked up 104 points. Fergusson's accuracy under the basket and effective defensive Work helped to pull many games out of the fire. Co-Captain lohn ui Ji? Stoneburner played sterling ball all seasong his smooth passing QA and footwork along with his presence of mind and effective lead- f it X ership under fire was responsible for many of the points amassed l lv V by the leffs. Kemper Lorraine and lohn Giragosian Were the others-if V 1 . two regulars. Both were steady ball-handlers and consist if l.,:,, i i accurate goal-finders. .f.. L-iff-'+I N ig These boys, Working together admirably, with the often ge if pm b V 1 11 L2""'4-'za 4 52' f ffl! f x ' i I ff Z7 ..'l -N n X N Z Z ff' ,Z THE BASKETBALL SQUAD - FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT! Kemper Lorraine, Iohn Stoneburner, Dick Hungerford, Donald Ferqusson, lohn Girqaqosian. SECOND Row: Tom Gresham, Moreland Perkins, Fred Iewett, Bill O'Flaherty, Tom Foy, Bobby Hanna. LAST ROW: BASKETBALL and invaluable assistance oi the substitutes and under the excel- Iohn Berryman, Coach Bloxsom. lent supervision of Coach Bloxsom turned in the outstanding record which culminated in the State Championship. Tee-lay Tee-lay Tee-lay Tee-lay l'ee-lay Tee-lay.. , . Hopewell . . . Benedictine . . Danville , . . St Christopher Petersburg . . 31 31 42 23 20 Tee-lay Tee-lay Tee-lay Teellay 1 Teeflay Tee-lay S C O R E S Benedictine , . Tee-lay Hopewell .4.. Petersburg . . Tee-lay Roanoke ..... Tee-lay St. Christopher Tee-lay Granby .,.. Tee-lay Maury .,.,... Tee-lay , lohn Marshall Tee-lay Hampton .... Tee-lay Granby ,.,.,. Maury . . . . . Total Hampton . . . lohn Marshall Roanoke .... Newport News 27 14 31 27 532 49--4 BASEBALL TEAM - FRONT Row, LEFT 'ro moi-ir: Berkeley Ferrell, Robert Cardoza, Robert Luck, Fred Dean, Donald Kurz, lack Cook, lack Redford, Bill Cook. SECOND Row: Ted Norris, Manager, Wesley Waters, Carl Cousins, lohn Dwyer, Warren Kelly, Ed Denton, lack Iones, Walter Moore, Richard Hogshead, W. E. Bloxsom. 1943 BASEBALL The 1943 baseball season was very successful. Led by Captain Willie Horne, the leffs Won nine games against three losses. Horne ably held down the bulk of the pitching Demo" Reaches Ou' assignment, While Yarborough received for him. Ed Denton covered first base, Giragosian was at sec- ond, Lowery at short stop, and lones held down the hot corner at third. Lawrence, Heath, and Lane covered, respectively, left field, center field, and right field. s c o n E s , Teeelay Westhampton . 9 Tee-lay .... , ,. Benedictine . . . .-..,--- Q 1 ' A - JZ' U l - N E E Tee-lay Varincz ,,.,... U Tee-lay Hopewell ..... ,-,- Q . '- ' - , 4111,--"' - Tee-Jay St. Christopher O Tee-lay St. Christopher D Y , or ' , ' 1 91 A a. W Tee-lay Varina , . . . 3 Tee-lay Benedictine . . . 4: ,I 5 4 , ff Z i V- - . Tee-lay Petersburg .. 3 Tee-laY Battlefield Park y W VV A "',,'1,.b 1. ' ' n 2- k YV ' - V ,f I 5 Z, fi - 'S ' .ae ' A f '- A ' - - -K Q - V t N .- .. a ., 'C'Q o - TRACK, 1943 The 1943 track team met with considerable suc- cess. They won the city championship and placed second in the Tidewater Meet at William and Mary. ln the tirst city meet the lefts amassed 91 V2 points to 49V2 points for lohn Marshall and 2 points for St. Christopher. ln a triangular meet VICTORIOUS RELAY TEAM Tee-lay accumulated 82 pointsg lohn Marshall 575 and St. Christopher 4. Also in the city circuit Thomas lefterson defeated lohn Marshall GQVZ to 47 Vg. ln the Tidewater Meet Newport News and Granby tied for first place with 31 points each. Following close behind was Tee-lay with ,ex Q oints. The Ietfs lost to Woodberry Forest. X it the cindermen who carried most ot the eig t in the meets were limmy Hunter, dash Y a e d high scorer, Co-Captains lack Chand- gl Charlie Phillips, sprinters, Donald Smith, pole vaulter, Powell Williams, distance runner, Hu h Ware, who set a new school discus rec- ' mper limmy I-leiner, and runners and Doss. A. Hungerford puts the sho! B. Perkins at the start C. Stoneburner goes over D. Snell - Point qeiier 1944 TENNIS TEAM - FRONT Row, L o Riot-IT: Mr. Benrutt T ddy G b g, Kile Williams, Iohn Wood, P t E11 S R - Kenton Williams, Sianl y Cohen, Iimmy Sweeny, D k B y 1943 BOYS' TENNIS TEAM The 1943 tennis team was composed of Dick Berry, Pat Buchanan, Stanley Cohen, Alfred Lehman, Captain: Irvin Robinson, and Kile Williams. The leffs were tied with St. Christopher for the City Charn- pionship until the final playoffs, when they lost to the Saints. The final standings s . Y showed that the Ieffs Won 3 5, I' M and lost 9 matches. The leffs defeated St. Christopher, Iohn Marshall, and Maury once each. They lost twice to St. Christopher's and Petersburg, and once to Woodberry Forest and lohn Marshall. Dick Berry Captain Kile Williams xy X X f.--' xl X f' X -5 FLASI-IES OF THE HOCKEY SEASON l ,W 'GMBH AFP m i lil X f E51 1 X T tif - N is . . t ll 4 ' tl , 1 T4 63 .C A 'E HOCKEY SQUAD OF 1943 - LEFT TO RIGHT, Fmsr Row: Mabelle Warner, co-captainy Betty Rice, co-captain. SECOND Row: Ann Sullivan, Laura Wore. THIRD Row: Ellen Herrick, lean Knott, Geraldine Patterson, Betty Mae Leitwich. FOURTH Row: Tommy Scott, Shirley Lutto, Mary Lou Nelson. FIFTH Row: Dorothy Harvey, Katherine Chewning, Virginia Richardson, Frances Burnette, Mariana Howard, Elizabeth Brauer, Shirley Schuyler. SIXTH Row: Virginia Droste, Cara Fan Hogshead, Mary Louise Holland, Virginia Sowell, Loretta Kurz, Irickie Beckh, Bruce Hamilton, Emily Hastings, Enid Brundaqe. The hockey season oi '43 opened with the election of Mabelle Warner and Betty Rice as co-captains. They proved very capable in leading the teams and in pro- viding fun. The varsity squad had a slow start but a fine finish. The scores were as follows: Collegiate and Westhampton College defeated Tee-lay, 3-l and 7-O, respectively. An exciting game with the Hockey Club ended with the Hockey Club 2 and Tee-lay U. These games were the All-City Players Burnett. Co-Captains Warner and Rice Patterson.. and Rice only defeats ot the season. The only tie of the year was with St. Catherine - score 1-1. Tee-lay defeated R. P. I., 4-O, and Petersburg twice, 3-O and 6-U. The biggest thrill of the season came when Thomas Iefierson piled up the score of 4-0 against Iohn Marshall. Pies were awarded ior each goal made during the season. Geraldine Pat- terson was the biggest pie eater of the year and, in- cidentally, high scorer. The second team was not as victorious as the varsity squad, but fine spirit and sportsmanship prevailed in all its games. The following shincrackers won letters: Betty Rice, Mabelle Warner, Frances Burnette, Elizabeth Bolen, Tommy Scott, lean Knott, Shirley Lutto, Virginia Rich- Mcmager Wehner FLASHES OF THE HOCKEY SEASON Z X ix X T 'Qs TXT x WL Q -K R TX ,JO . r 9 X ardson, Katherine Chewning, Elizabeth Brauer, Geral- K dine Patterson, Marianna Howard, and Margaret xv:-i T to .,,-., Q Wehner, manager. 2.1 . Betty Rice, Frances Burnette, and Geraldine Patterson , Ig Q V ' V . " '21 ' """2E ,, f represented Tee-lay in the All-City Tournament. ff' 6' " W :TE-:.-1252 lrrrrl, 1 lit fi y in ff f I ,959 - GIRLS' BASKET ll GEEER BALL Qitseit til X Z A p xx fu, Wi . 51 ir NL:-'fs '- ' FIRST Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mabelle Warner: Betty Rice, Co-Captaing Frances Burnette, Co-Captaing lean Knott, Hilda l-lesta. SECOND Row: Katherine Chewninq, Madeline Guttas, Marian Nelson, Rose Marie Sullivan. THIRD Row: Iudy Speaks, Gatewood Holland, Shirley Quirk, Loretta Kurz, Elizabeth Brauer, Virginia Richard- son, Helen Lewis. Miss Mildred Brame's basket ball celebrities ended the season of '44 triumphantly, being undefeated by either high school or college competition. To complete this victorious sea- son, three ot the players were chosen as mem- A. The Co-Captains. B. The Varsity. C. The Managers. D. Before the Game. E. Miss Brame and Mabeile Warner. F. A Pep Talk. G. Miss Brame, Betty Rice, and Elizabeth Brauer.H. The "B" Squad. I. Taking It Easy. GIRLS' BASKET BALL bers of the All-City team. They were Mabelle Warner, Frances Burrieite, and Iudy I-larvie. 1944 will always be remembered as a year , , filled with fun and Qaod fellowship, as Well as T ll l ' a year of triumph on the court. fa- S "- a I r T - D A .Q L I ' Nui. me md 'T N N ---T 'S Q' 'T 4 ' Q , , . . - -1 - 1 - -1 'r.,-.'.'. H . ,-.,.,-.,..-5.-.g-.1ngqagz-:'-:-.1-9.gimm-1-.1-15-Zg.1'.g.1-2 ,-.,3sag: .y.?,1-: gl- .-::..u. Jugig-fs,-3.2.1-.3. - ' J' "-.1-::.'-lv ' M.:-:Q-.y - : V N,-:hy y?j.,:,:... .. i 'ii' Q-f.-ey' 1944 TENNIS TEAM - L1-:FT TO RIGHT: lane Moores, Dottie Wright, Martha Anna Williams, Ida Quarles, Nancy Henry, Bruce Hamilton, Mabelle Warner, Catherine Chewning, Mrs. Frances B. Young. Mrs. Frances Youngs 1943 tennis team defeated Iayem's GLIMPSES OF TENNIS IN '43 girls by a score of 5 to O. They were not, however, quite so successful in playing St. Catherine, R. P. l., and West- hampton, losing by 4-O, 4-l, and 3-2, re- spectively. Tee-lay lost a mixed tennis ' match to St. Catherine 1' and St. Christopher by 9, I ' CI SCOIG of 3-O. No. 2 Player Captain and No. l 21:1 -lm' 5 2-E 4 ,, Q Q S BOTTOM Row, LEFT To RIGHT: May No sou, Rose Marlo Sulhvan, Fxancexr l Q Bllvlwltn, Bclly RTCC, Mnbefllv Wmn Thomas, Zvllm Moorry Amta Whale, Shu-lc-y Dfxy, G:1t0wooCll'lolIanc'l, Mrn'r1arotFuf11It, Ru 91, Nvll Ouate. TOP ROW: Iamf bv Watkms, lm-rn Knott, xnanaqpr. xx BOTTOM Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Laura Ware, Phyllis Martin, Vwqxniax Rm' rgsxanf, Frances Burnette, Betiy Rice, Mabelle Warner, Elnzabeth Braue1TiIfQP gagx Rose Mane Sulllvan, Shirley Schuyler, Gatewood Holland, Loretta Kurz, Katherine Chewnmg. X 'X X , .X Xx ...Ii wi "" L CHEERLEADERS T N N. 4-' I 1 4. 1 c n I 3' u I Y ' 1 - -, ' H ' I I X i' X I 1. .. --.,.-.,-.- -m.--.--rev'-'g. N. ..,.,. ..,,n,,.,v . - Nw, N,,,.,..,. , ,,,. 1 'Q-1 v.-'.-',-." - W-" v,', ,qu-j f . 'E ia E 4, Q 'Y -- i l I-E-F-F-E-R-S-O-N! . .. 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Q A I 1 I Floor, Mutual Building Richmond, Virginia ll I' 3 - -f - 21 :::::::-v::::::::::::::::::o:9o:::::oo::::oc:oooc::::1::::Q 5 gr U il gg U U U l I g The Mark of a ChCl-IIIPIOII! gg ll 0 gi When a young man can face the business world with the gg same undaunted courage that he bucks the line in foot- gg gg ball, and can take the bumps that inevitably will come to g gg him in business, and can keep his fighting spirit and keep gg gg smiling . . . then he has the mark of a champion. The gg I world needs young men like this and the world will make gg lg way for them. The life insurance business needs such men, gI 4 so why not prepare yourself for a career in the life insur- gg g ance business. It's a business of opportunity for young gg g men of ambition and vision. gg l U U I U U U ,, Home Beneficial Life Insurance Company, Inc. gg :I "The Home oi Protection" II g, gg HOME OFFICE RICI-IIvIoND, VIRGINIA l -eA- +-::::: 2 .... eee- ntooooocceaoooccac:::oooc:::W Ioc::::::::1:::1:::::::t::::T I ll 'P II I- W. FERGUSSON IC I' Tl II ll gg II ll 6 ll ,, ll I, ll ,, 1 gn 5, ESTABLISHED 1845 N S I II g, I Printers and Publishers RICHMOND VIRGINIA 5: if American Maid I i g i-oo:::::::::::::::f:::::2::2 It U Qec:::f:::::::---:emmf:QQ 1: I it Ii il I ig gg CURLES NECK :I 55 + gg gg DAIRIES Il gg Il gg PRODUCERS I DISTRIBUTORS II A QI U Farm Fresh gg AT ALL GOOD DEALERS H r U ' P 4 U -me-gzffv, .,.,.,, , ' ., ,GSL gg Dairy roducts gg gg vlt jmftg I g I.: A ,, " 4+ I ,... man, fe. ivm- - gg asoz WEST BROAD sr. I DIAL 5-1701 gg gg 4 ,- -gggl .. ix P1351 A Iigiixiuii- Q. 3 ' in if 342 '35-if-'-fa is +o4:::::1::::::::::::::::::l:::pc Iohn R. Chappell. Ir. Agency MUTUAL INSURANCE AUTOMOBILE, FIRE AND ALL ALLIED FORMS OF INSURANCE DIAL 2-8393 1507-10 Central National Bank Building . SAVINGS UP TO 40 fn' - 4---- -----....... ........ - 1- Baptist Book Store 212 E. GRACE ST. M.s. Bess D. Harrison, Manager DIAL 2-8638 - --------... vvvv... - ---Q :eeeeeeeeleeecee:::::::::+ Dennis-Vonderlehr Co. Chamberlayne at Lombardy DIAL 4-4861 EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTOMOBILE -Q,:::::::::::::::::::::::::: Q::::::::::::::::::::::::l:::po+ +2222 2211- 2 :xc x: 1: :xv I I ll H II li II II ll ALLEN I. SAVILLE, Inc. 1, Il I' Il P Q LAW BUILDING X gg RICHMOND, VIRGINIA gg I :L I lb I II I EE 1: ALL KINDS OF CONSTRUCTION 1: ll ll H I, I :: f .. .I f If I1 If f 'L l4::::: ,-,v,,, ::::::::3:A:::: ...:::: AA::::t:::b::::ooo4:::9ooi A ?04p::p4::::::::::bc:::::::::t:L: +4::::::::::bc::::booo-o4:::vo4::::vf ai E-Mena: I ,-fi ' A my A I- so E F kl INSURANCE Di 124408 XOIlillMc'f4lsf?zI " I ran in a - "' M 'Q-1f ::J::::xxxexeexxee 'S ulml " .A AL ' 1' mix za ,I ,,,I,, I L,,I,, I I , I I l f ' .3 -tfv.-.g.".'f",'.'.'.'.'.'-2' b fl' ---: ::::v ---------vv---- M N I I ,f-.-',.- sLh-5 M ' N'I'S SALES INSURANCE LOANS 1 IIn..Iiw 'Sf-Fssgei Q. L H ' dsey 6. Sheppard. Inc. 1: A i 4 'Q 'i i 'll'-"HS 1. nomar NOLLEY. Special Agent If - X A In 4 . I 4. ah nik RCIRIIIISIS. Dial3-9105 M 3-'ED LA, 1 4 4 I :::::1:::x:x::::: xtxxxxxxccixxxix' L5 an-' 1 ' Hxufalfx' Q, El' ' ll Q., ,WI f " Q . - NT 2?: QV ugiisgiiiggg. 29-'I exif' J :ax - -- Z To4::::::::::::::::::: .:::: .:::::::: : ::::::::::::::::::::9T ll lb tl lr li 1830 RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE 1944 ii EE p FOR MEN I l I I :E A standard Liberal Arts College for men with a national reputation for Q: the success of its graduates. II A member institution of the Southern Association of Colleges and II Secondary Schools, of the Association of American Colleges, and of II the Southern University Conference. On the approved list of the Associa- Il ll tion of American Universities. ll It lt :: During the l942-43 session the college gave a Ground School course :: :: under the Civil Aeronautics Administration War Training Service. Dur- :: :: ing l943-44, Service Unit 3322 of the Army Specialized Training Program :: was located at Randolph-Macon. Now that these service programs :: :: have been completed or discontinued, the college will devote its :: :: facilities and the full strength of its faculty to work with civilian students. :: 5: I. EARL MORELAND. President Q ASHLAND, VIRGINIA :I ll +l::::::3:13t:3::3::::::---33l3513ll13l3:::::Zlliiiillililq l2TiCt2 Z1Ctlll1C3 1: 33 1: :3221ti23C22lI222 Y EE Compliments of the II II EE WEN DELL B. POWELL STUDIO ll ll 'I :E 3201 GROVE AVENUE 2: 1: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA if I 4 00Xoc:::' ::::: :::AA::::oc: :::9oQq::3-99+ 2:3232ll1I2l3l321:3232222222222222222222 2222 22:21-123+ E I I I I :: CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES ,Q -1 1' You have completed another milestone on your road to learn- II DP :: ing . . . we also are very studious . . . we maintain a scientific Il :: laboratory . . . studying day and night to bring you the "top5' ,I , 1: in Dairy Products. ff EAI: ..,, ,N - 1 .,., I RICHMOND DAIRY COMPANY ,-.LQ " E n-EH 4 M :I I RICHMOND s MILK MAN FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Q gf : :N f" f -x- .ef 5 I I I ' '- EX . IIIIIE 'til' tiglilnlv- 3 3 3 i. '-'QL-'31-2ii"'i 7 .X X 1 . - ' f" ' ! 6 ,fig mix Xxxx ! U H 1 P i P P i I 'I F It I 4 I t +f::: :xx :xx -xxf ., ll II IC .I 1, 1' WEST RICHMCND II i ll I ll ,I BUSINESS MEN S :: EE EE ll F It ASSOCIATICN ii :I 1 3 I 3: EE H+" 2 ll ' 5: '. An Association of ZOO Business Firms Located in if 4, ll ml , 'V if West Richmond, Banded Together to Promote a E, I 0 nr 4' it Community Spirit, High Business Principles and Q' ll It EE a Greater Richmond. , 5+ 2' ll ' ll ' :E .-+-. , I, 1, l ll .' STUART W. PHILLIPS I: President EE IE gg W. B. ToIvILINsoN L. B. MARLOW ,, First Vice President Second Vice-President 1: li ll c B BIGGER s 'I MASSBY tl 1' i Executive Secretary Treasurer 4, EE ll "+ P ,?l" S . ,g.::g1gI- .....'q- ,V . ,eff-S:7:f:2gf':-I '-: , ga.:-:.:,:5.,:1g'fLgt5Z-132512 71:59:15 "VI" -- F' 2: , ' X.. ' llltllliqmit 7 vgfzz.. 5- r .X 4 I l IIN ,il ef- :-.. l l I' N. H ,QIJIIN v-:. J Q A 7 ::::-o:::----::::::o:::: -:::::ooc:q:::: 1 ' I 7.4, Q, IIIIIL-: 'ff . 'F u is s- .rf ,I 3 Z I ---gg. ai' - 'g-,"" 4: lg- .25 X . rx? EEPJPI: IZ: ,ff X .f K1 J Q: - - '9' fmlfmmlgflfs of nur llfma ffnafer 77,6 llylo Q 6' ,ik THDSE G If YM EXERCI-SES 34416 E EN! f 1' 7 at K N . Q A I . , I XA 525553-ffl-ilff' 4 uf ' 9 - "HLA 93 - ' 'M V SIL rr: . AJ A i . 'N l "Q 'f1"a-':4'f4'?"E b Sf 5 5" - ff S sz h ' . ' " F" ll," ,-13, IHIH A X -',,,f,'z4.a1" 4 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 0 1 1 ll 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 + 1 1 11 I1 11 11 11 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 VIM BREAD gl 5f5?EI?:2:1E2515f5fEIErf:15CEIEIE:f:1:f: 21 .-:EIE2E2S:5:5E55fE1E:E:fzizfiiffi2 1-Q, -.::::-:4:-:-'A' ':fg:::-' -1-aw I -' 'T ,. -I AM, . f -5 :,-:- ---:gy - QS 'M ' 255555215-i-5.5.54-iff'ifffifiszixr , 521 Er'1effsgfffsfffsfsffifs-1fs:s:fia1sff-1' ,:5S55f5555555555:35 "I- :f:f:f:ifff3fE:-ffff "It, s Better Baked Try a Loaf ATLAS BAKING CO INC RICHMOND v1nG1N1A :1::::::::::::::: : : :::: Washing . . Polishing . . Simomzmq WIM SERVICE STATION 4419 WEST BROAD STREET RICHMOND, VA. Tires S. Roy Wimmer Buiieries Dealer Accessories Dicxl 5-9873 3 11 11 11 11 Au 4 11 11 MARKOW hunt 304 NORTH SIXTH STREET RICHMOND, VA. tcr5:::::::::::::::::::: eeeeeeeeeeeee :ee:e--:e:ee:eee:e:::e::::ee:::e:::::::::::,+ tl tl LAFAYETTE PHARMACY 5: E. . W-ww.-,. W. P - P-ww. oc:::::ooo::-s::::::ooo: :oooo -------oooo--A-oo--------0 is 1 oooooooooooooooooooooaaooooooo Telephone 'E 5-1777 11 ll tl for 11 lb li Free Delivery ., ll ll its 1011 Lafayette St. 1+ la 4 c :------..-....--..-.......+ H. C. Peterson MANAGER 'ik' P E O P L E S FINANCE SERVICE A Small Loan Corporation 202 N. 3rd St. Phone 3-0209 0: :Q poo: :ooQQ: :ooo0o:: : : : : QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ BERRIER'S ICE CREAM "Always Good" Sk' 1306 NORTH BOULEVARD or Your Nearest Dealer c: : ::oo-o:::::::::::oQ-ooo tl It SOUTHERN ATHLETIC SUPPLY :' COMPANY. Inc. 4+ ll I . Athletic 1 Outfitters 1 lb ii gk ll ,I-'-iii.--,LA ' I .,f.-T-' -.lg ' 'L?iSL.1y'i '- 457' "' '9 . ' ll6 NORTH SEVENTH ST ,.n . 3. l FF N J- Phone 2-6203 as ,-.,,,L:2l1j. 6 A ffy , 3 ..-.. ....... ..---...- F- gf!! , . , ' Q 2 ' a ff 5 fS, X A P A ' L 'QQ-Q - - 3-. I odem Methods of Teaching Modern M +c :::::::::::::::::::::: ,4 Rose 6 Lafoon Company REALTORS Sir 109 NORTH EIGHTH STREET RICHMOND, VA. - ---- v .--- Yv--:bo4:--:pc H. COHEN. Inc. Iewelers 112 East Brood Si., Richmond, Vu DON WARNER U wzLF'rH YEAR STUDIOS AT P ONE 4-6063 CORLEY Music C MEISTER ci SMETI-IIE Bookbmders 105107 GOVERNOR STREET RICHMOND VA. BINDERS OF 1944 THE MONTICELLO" W P If if II Thos. L. Aliriend 6 Son JI :I 1 ESTABLISHED 1857 :Q lb QQ Cakesm1Crackers 5, 'md 5, 0 0 : Claiborne, Goodridqe 6 Goddin :Q IE , ,s lm I II I. edu, 2 H Es'rABusHr:D 1876, :a u I-'H I if Southern Biscuit Co. U 610 Mutual Bldg., Richmond, Vcx. 'I nlconrouu-sn Q INSURANCE 4:2---::::f:2f:::f :::::::+ +::f:- :::::::::::::1f::f:4 U U lb : ' mcommm E: 1: Real Estate 6. Insurance 15 U Printers M 5, Publishers if 3: 1. ae C2695 IN 55 4: RICHMOND' VIRGINIA U Richmond C5c:c:c:-E31:xnBott1ing Works, Inc. U 1' 1: ., 1801 Wes: Murshc11lStreet jf 1: -- ll II 'g 11 Compllments of E, 5 1, A F R I E N D " fi 3: Il gg 1: lr 4-::f:: ::::::: ---H ::::: 2 2:23 :I Radio Today Plays An Important Part in Everyone's Educaiion :Q ll 'g :1 LISTEN 'ro THE BEST . . . ON L ll 51 ll gs xl gg "YOUR FRIENDLY STATION" WX N xl +?::3:f 3333353535355::::::::::::3: 73: fin 5 to4::Q:f:::: H ll U 4l U U H H lv EE 77 ji Riekmonet. .. it? BYRAM5 w Breeze! Street ett Seventh Aii' ' QX5 A it vi X t Wit At t '2""4 e lx 4+ ll ini!!-tl it 41.05 ' u 'gl six W Fu? 'X 11 y I v x ' ', ii! N g if ,e XX H N M As., if if -gs! " I y qu, I QV As. ' .,, XXX r x Q ,. iii: ' 1 ,,, ' 1.5.5 ff' ' Q Y ? X X 4n00-oooc::booo::::::boq::9ooc::I:: I: I.UCKHARD'S MARKET II 107-109 LAFAYETTE s'r. Q CONVENIENT TO WEST END II szu-' sznvxcz f"""':""':f::::":::: L1 wII.I.EY DRUG co. H 1205 Bellevue Avenue H DIAL 5-4395 4 ::p4::::::::::1'::::::::::::::Q Q-ooc::l:::Jc::::boc:::::1:::::::: tl Ib H mr I PAPER POR THE 1944 if 'NIONTICELLO' I I I Q FURNISHED BY tl I I II ll li I1 INCORPORATED I I II I 1: RICHMOND, VIRGINIA I II I + +45 -AAA------ ---- -A'--A ""- A ll tl 0 H Westhampton Beauty Salon X-JK :I S sao4 GROVE AVENUE :I "For 'I'hose Who Care" II ll II 1 U BY APPOINTMENT B. W. Wilson Paper CO Il X 'L 2410 CHAMBERLAYNE AVENUE ALSO X , RICHMOND, VA. MRS. ALICE MOCHA, Prop. L Dm 49787 Carl s Barber Shop. I 1 1: OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS f Av-Q' 5 ?:3:::::::33:::CCiilliiiiiiii:33C:3:3333333:3333:: A": 343+ II II 1' HARRIS-BRENAMAN, Inc. I I I 211 North Seventh Street I . Richmond, Virginia I I A-. G. SPALDING P. GOLDSMITH II ATHLETIC SUPPLIES II I II +:::::::::::::- ::::-:::::f:::::::::f:::::::::-22-fe--If 1+ If:::::2::2::::::--c?::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1Czsccf: 'I I I II II I UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND I II II II II II II II Summer School opens Iune 9 and ends August 31. Freshmen admitted If and may complete semester of work. For catalogue address Dean W. L. I: II Prince, P. O. University of Richmond, Va. II II If Regular Winter session for civilian students begins September 12. Full If t opportunity to complete graduation requirements, including laboratory " II work, will be provided for all advanced students in both Richmond and II I If Westhampton College. It I I II It is expected that all departments of the University will be open in ,I II 1944-45. For catalogue or further information, address the Dean of the II ' I II college in which you are interested. P. O. University oi Richmond, Va. It II I II P. W. BOATWRIGHT, President I I , I xxx: ::fc--sxxl::-:::::-::::::::::::f:::::::xx: A+ MEIN wig! - In V Win was 111 D n -::::::::::::::: :C ::::: :::::::: ....+ Consult Us for I-Ie-lp With Your Cooking and Nutrition Problems HOME SERVICE DIVISION Dept of Public Utilities 116 BROAD GRACE ARCADE DIAL 3 2821 435 ' fr V Ito Q51 ISI 'LI V' f'r -l. IQ A 40 5 3 - - - -----------....... ,,i I . I PAH I I I bl X II I I I :I II I ff' W' .V QQ -, I' .feIyI -I I . I ' - II II ugly It II . - I : 1 II - I II I I , I I I -. I I I I In I' I M I ,x ' xg: I :::ro0t:tc::bq::::c::::::bc::::::::::::rc::::::rooc::o::-Q 'I gb -I ' - , F: :sup ,fi , U, Yi, . .-J A IE?5x f"'-' 1.65 f- I fri: if fx , .uxn .- I- -, - l I G23 - .--v-- v v - - - -v -0+ II I' Rucxzn 6. Ric:-rAnnsoN + ll ll " 0 ' 4: Real Estate - Insurance TANNER'S V I P eexeeeee :::::-e:.....:::::+ :, 118 N. EIGHTH ST. P1-rom: 2-4741 ll -Qo::::::::::::-:::::::::14::: Long-Distance Moving +A y ll 4 -:::::::::::::::::::::Q:::: ., - II :E W. H. WILLIAMS 61 CO. If jf Hom: or IE :Q Bellwood Food Products l f:t:::::::::::::::::::::::::Q ll JI :I Mrs. W. I. Phillip's Gift Shop 1: If fi HANIEEST Illgggugglillcglsllffcllrlcs Il S 1: .I 13 s. sermon: open Fri. rs. sm. 'ru 9 P. M. , I' ecxfeeceecxxxeeee::::+ IOICQS I M I ., wx-2:::::::::-::::::::::1+ Il il ANDERSON'S DRUG sronr: "WST PHONE" 53279 JI Il Dial 5-4329 jg IL 4013 MacArthur Ave. Richmond, Va. :I n ll OoooQ +oooo4::::::::::::::bc:::bc::::Q 333337313::5:3:::::f::3:::9::::3:::::::::--3::::::::3::::+ DIAL 5-0214 NIGHT 5-2668 I OHN I. KAMMETER Q Complete Automotive Service ig General Auto Repairing of All Kinds I: Electrical and Carburetor Specialist 1, Gas and Oils 4+ Washing and Greasinq I 2025 WEST BROAD STREET RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 53::3:::::::::3::3:::t3::::399:::::T:::3333335333::3:t:::g WESTHAMPTON SHOE REPAIRING W. H. BURRIS Prop. Shoes Dyed to Match Your Gown Fine Shoe Repairing 312 LIBBIE AVE DIAL 5 4902 BUY BONDS FQR .... . .,,,.., - ' u ' Af fo? selfish I 4 2 2+ s , .4 ' 1 ' " yr- fr" '." .'d qi- R--Q -' 5 - 1.21351-':,..T. - ,M ' . . . P" 1 - ,il - f - VICTORY .: , - .,,,..-1. , . - JS- " f2-, gs" ,' E :::::::::::::::r::vc:t:Qc::aQ Qoe:::::::: ------ -::: ' 'r:5'-T 91 'Il I v- K ' s 7 ' , ,, A' I, 50 I f f ' I 'T' 'A -': . ' P l - 'Q - - 5 A 'ak -A E Lt I Il ..... I ZSFZSF H+ H! BROOK RUN RIDING ACADEMY STAPLES MILL ROAD Richmond's Best Riding Academy f::::t:::9: ::: :::39::C0:: :c poogogooooooooooooooooo 3l0 Souih O . U Sheppard Si. ,- DRY Cl 1 A '41 'V gj wc . 5--- Qgoeoooooooooooooooooooooooo I TIRE Reccxpping 0 Vulccmizing U. S. AND KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES Bring Your Tire Certificates to Us OLD COLONY TIRE CO. Boulevard and Broad, Richmond, VCI 112 East Bank Streei, Petersburg, Vu. Compliments of the I. H. CHAPPELI. CO. RICHMOND'S OLDEST PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS vv- - v-vvo- voooo--:ooQQ:: USE X , 211311120 7 5 -::p::::::::::::::::::: . -. -. - .,-,-, ,g.,,.. 211. i 0 'l nu ' 0 ' mu u li I r I I - - ,- N -- I I' 'E A I n ,,.,..,- ..... i -.,.- -.gi-lr:-4.-f.'-af-r'z'e1"?? , . , , . 15?g1'Z2I,Q3ii,5Q' J' ' ' Q::.j:::-,g.Z- ' S N, WJ, .lv gg., .,l , . i ' 'iii' ijf-' " Q 5:5 12515 - I ,,,, ............ -vo ,.... ::- ::::::::: :::::::::oo:::::: LAFAYETTE CONFECTIONERY Between Grace and Cutshaw - 'ik' SANDWICHES AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES c::4:::::::::::::::::::::::: FLOWERS SCHOOL EQUIPMENT CO. "A Virginia Company - Serving Virginia Schools" 2 327 W. MAIN STREET DIAL 7-4035 f:::::::::::::::::::::::::: LIPFORD PRIN'I'ING CO.. INC. 602 EAST MAIN STREET Dim. 2-2683 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA o-c--:poo4:- ---' 'bc ---- --A-- Compliments of A FRIEND o4::::::::::::::::: :ca-::o::: ---oc---- ---- ---q:--------- THE LANGF ORD CAFETERIA "For a Bite or a Banquet" 805 East Grace St. Dial 2-6100 COMPLIMENTS OF SAM SAVAGE Ladies' and Men's TAILORING 'A' Phone 2-3954 709 E. Main St. - - - v -o- -ooooooooooo BAGBY PI-IOTOGRAPI-IIC SERVICE A11 Branches of Photography CALL 4-3022 ---I- A-- ------ 'v' - v--- 00' ---- v :::::::::: :::::::::::3:3:g,c:,+ 'J - I I ll it I., fl qr N ft' ...-EERIDEN Maxam "The F riden Figures Faster" NOW AVAILABLE! A precision made calculating instrument that is so completely automatic that all mental and physical effort has been eliminated from its operation. These fully automatic calculators are the solution of the problem created by the critical shortage of competent clerical help. 4 l Il Friden Calculator Sales Agency :E 718 Mum sf. IRVIN OWINGS' AWB' 520 Mum sr. Phone 2183 306 E Main St., Phone 2-3662, Richmond 19, Va. Phone 3244 Lynchburg, Va. 29 Selden Arcade, Phone 23422, Norfolk 10, Virginia Danville, Va, 33 W. Picadilly St., Phone 4505, Winchester, Va. E::::::oo:::::::::::::::::::E T::::o::::::::o::::::::::- tl -5 41 li ' :I CO1'1'1pllI'l'1eI'1lS of ll I 4 tl 41 0 tl Il " . - - - 1' lt RALPH H. DUDLEY 1' .: 1 l ii II fl Realtor tl SOUTI'I'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BALLROOM tl 11 ll l: tl il l I ' 'l 204 RICHMOND TRUST BLDG. QQ Dfmcmg Nlqhtly to the il RICHMOND, VIRGINIA ll :I Music of 4.-::--::::::::::::::-:::: 1: Jimmy Hamner's Orchestra II +A-Mun--AA--M-un Au il Featuring ll ll 4 :L Iune Faye, Vocalist If ffl DIAL 5-9l5l " If SX 5 """"""' tl X 1:6 l, tl 3 WW ' .4+-. It ll giver Q ll' " ll - 40" -tl BOWL AT TINY TOWN ll 1: ' ' Y Richmond's Only Maple Alloys I tl 1: 817 WEST BROAD STREET 11 11 RICHMOND'S MODERN 1. DIAL 5-9151 1 gg F0013 MARKETS tl U + 4 """ """ ' A ' """' ' ' ' Z ll ::::::::::::::::::::: 1 N l ' N , ' 1.1 ' . . - - -w-1--a -.Iv ' -. ..-.--.-.g-.-4-:wrt--:W-1'-14' 2142- Zwi'-1-2:-5755-.1-at lg- -.-.- v. n.-:..-,.-Ju. -.. vp.. .-.qv ,-. u . ,-,. 55: ...H .- ug.-.:,, . ,n, v g , was 1' 1 .- I 1 ie? 31. "" ' 1 1 W! I I A i +-- --- --- - --,---------- - - - -------::------......---.........+ 1 ICTORY Ig UY 1 if UN ITED 55 STATE S W R UNDS ii EE AND if STAMP .- 3 xl.. is 3 Hi 'I nr W nn IP nu nr" .1 Xu- r , Lg "H . B l Hx -L II If .f-Q if E E L Q L-:ua H X 1 ---- 1- Six Q EE? .g ,A Xx -..- N-x tiki ww. 'Q 'f an is M 5" , if 'i tie ie X ----:pooc ffff ----------- - -- I ---- -v'v---- -----v-v-- 2 I ::::l::J-oo-oo1:::::::9Q9qp:,Q..Q lr .I FEDERAL LIFE INSURANCE u In ll for Safety 'I SERVICE BUREAU I . Li mcommm and Secunty tl If A successful savings plan must pro- U vide a regular amount to be saved on 11 a regular day for a specific purpose. nu Q Lite Insurance is the best plan yet L: devlsed to teach us the habit of saving ,, and to keep us faithful to that habit. It nr is not an expense but a savings. It " should be the first factor in everyone's H program the last to let go na - - 1: Lite Insurance creates an estate im- 4, mediately. which might otherwise never :I be acquired. Make sure of your estate b th h f 1't ' hil 11 1001 EAST MAIN STREET ,Zu .,ZFQf,i,,,'Zje 0 'S ms""'nCe W 6 Ir LC RICHMOND, VA. ATLANTIC LIFE ll . INSURANCE COMPANY 12 Phone 2-8959 RICHMOND. vmcmut 1: "Honestly, It's the Best Policyl " lt Qooo4::::::::::::I::::::::boo4::: :::::::::::::::J4:::::::::::p Q ::14::::I:::poo4:::r4:::: ::1b4:::::: 1:::boooc::::::::1:::oq:::Jc:: ll " o'r'I R H sons gg 0 B1-E SC E. R. wooDSoN co ,, Master Cleaners 6 Dyers mean,-A-3, Q: I N. Moms Sz. Phones: 5-2845 - 5-2846 Wholesale Dealers in Q:t::::t:::::::ItZ il::34::::: Candies - Ice Cream Cones +t::::::::::::1:::::I::::1:,+ PAPER BAGS ' ROLL PAPER ' TWINS ll , QL Robert Lecky, Ir.. Inc. 1009-11 East cmy street ! gg INSURANCE' SURETY BONDS Richmond' Virginia ,ff I jf 201-202 Mutual Building DIAL 3-0774 X' q:1:::::::::::::::::::::1c:: y4::::1::::::::::::::::::1:,.4 A tt::::::::o4::1:Jc:::::::p4::::: - ?:6gEEEqP:::::::aoo , f" " 1 l ' I H A B M A 1 Ig YOUNG WOMEN S 1601? k A 'Zi I' CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION U' venue -f ' 'L ,fi K M b A Phone 5-1773 Richmond, Va. I W., em er gency A ---A AAAAAAAA A -J.cAA-AAA-A- -- 1 i i 4"'14':::jIEEg'3I2':f:L'f:::f':13- E? 6 N. ooooo V ' " T 1 h 3-6761 . .-- ,.. ,U mmlbuull Fg5F??:3: i i e ep one B. H. I WRX E-I I ' ', g. El ls and Young women find here R Rough Gnd Dressed Lumber, N ... X s 1, l' Democratic way of Life" Cedar Posts and Wood Dealer ' S ' N - . 5, Q J 'N 4408 W. 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