Troutville High School - Warrior Yearbook (Troutville, VA)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 102 of the 1950 volume:
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It is our aim to preserve- for you, withinthe
covers of this book, some of the memories of
your happy school days, and to prcscnt to you a
picture of the principles and democratic ideals
of our beloved school.
We have worked hard to reach our goalgand
it is with a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction
that we present this, the eighteenth volume of
In an effort to show our appreciation for
your understanding and guidance during our
Junior and Senior years, we wish to dedicate
to you, Miss Rosalie Bowman and Mrs. Helen
Goodsell, this, the eighteenth edition of THE
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Ttoutville High gclmool- The past
ln 1927 the present modern, well equipped, brick building was provided, and
since then the school has seen rapid growth and today its enrollment stands
at 191 in the high school and 393 in the elementary grades.
Troutville became a member of the Association of Colleges and Secondary
Schools of the Southern States in 1929, and has been accredited by that asso-
ciation each succeeding year.
Mr. H. L. Horn was the first principal of the newly built high school, he
served the years 1925-29 and was succeeded by E. E. Trent who served 1930-
39, C. M. Arehart held the position from 1940 to 1943. H. E. Barron then
filled thc position from 1943-49. In 1950 we find Mr. H. H. Huffman beginning
his service at Troutville High.
Organizations which were begun as early as 1934 were: Library Club, F.
F. A., Student Council, 4-H Club, Literary Club and Glee Club. In 1935 our
school paper the "Warrior" came into circulation. Homemaking Classes were
begun in our school in 1939, and the Home Economics Club was organized in
1940. Some of these organizations were discontinued after a few years and
were reorganized in recent years. These were: Literary Club: which was
combined with a Dramatic Club and reorganized in 1949-50, Student Council,
also reorganized in 1950, The School Paper started circulating again in 1948-
49, and the 4-H Club was functioning again 1943-44. Some clubs have held
their own through the years. They are: The Library Club, the Glee Club,
the F. F. A. , and the F. H. A. Clubs. The Monogram, Science, and Poster
Clubs were organized for the first time this year.
The school has had both girls and boys Basketball teams sincethe l930's.
Baseball has also held its own. Mr. J. T. Moore, our athletic director, or-
ganized a Football team in our school this year for the first time.
A cafeteria was started in our school in 1935. This program was partially
supported by the Government. Lunches and knick-knacks are still served at
prices in reach of most children.
We are looking forward to any improvements in the years to come. We
realize that the school will be as good as our instructors and students make
it. We shall stand 10070 for greater advancement toward preparing students
to take an active part in this ever changing world.
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INASHINGTUN AND LEE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
Front row: Miss Mattie Brugh, Mrs, Esther Hylton, Miss Christine- Shu-
fc-r, Mr, .Tama-s T, Moore, Assistant PrinCipa1gMr. Hunter Huffman, Prin-
ripnlg Mrs, Iiurillv Conovich, Mrs, Elizabm-th fkfladdvx, Mrs, Geneva Griffin,
and Mrs. Hn-ulah Radvr.
lim-k row: Mrs, Ruth Frith, Miss Mary Hrugh, Mrs. Ve-lva Sutphin, Miss
Rusnliv Iimxmzan, Mr, Luth:-r Coffman, Mrs, Hi-lvnGoodsu11, Mr. Barr Magill,
Miss Ifrnnkii- Shownlti-r, Miss Ruth Brown, Mrs. Null Landc-rs, and Mrs.
MARLIES SCAGGS ALTA THOMPSON
"Neat and Sweet" "Likab1e and Able"
"O's and Oh's"
ANN OBENSHAIN JEAN WILEY
Naughty but Nice" -"Hop and Pep"
DOROTHY BOW hi ti
"Pico and Plymouth"
J. C. ROGERS
"Willing and Waiting"
MUPLRIb YOUNG IVIAXINE RADEH
"Gags and Gals" "Doot and Dodge"
"Baseball and Beauties
JULIA HELEN RADEH
BETTY JO IIUFF
"A will and 3 Bill
"Cute and Cunning"
"Giggles and Guys"
MARGARET DOOLEY G. B. BURTON LUCILLE GRAYBILL
"Quiet and Contented" "Hardy and Handy" "Sailor-5 and Sports"
DONALD HATC HER
"Digr1ified and Satisfied"
"Earls and C'.Ir1s"
BARBARA RADER BILLY JOE HUNDLEY
"Action and Attraction" "Bow-Ties and Google-Eyes
"Buddy's and Buddies"
"Smiles and Sports"
"Qu:1int and Quiet"
ELAINE WOODRUM L NANA HILL
"Rhythm and Rumba" "Smiles and Wi1es"
"Bold and Bova"
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"Diligent and Intelligent" "Paxton and Postoffice
Colors: Blue Si White Flower: White Rose
Motto: "If I can not do
great things, I
can do small things
in a great way. H
Fifty-six bewildered Freshmen enter Troutville High School.
Glee Club, and basketball are leading activities for the year.
Mrs. Bertha Fisher and Mr. J. P. Bowman helped us to make our year
Roll drops to forty-five..
Mr. Coffman and Miss Moomaw take up reinsg try to guide us through the
Members take part in various clubs and activities.
Basketball still first.
We take our stand as Juniors with thirty-nine on roll.
We are proud of class rings we received this year.
Our play "No Bride For The Groom" was a howling success, fin spite of
trials, tribulations and mumps. J
Miss Bowman and Mrs. Goodsell stand by us with a word of advice and a
We entertained the Seniors with a banquet in May. Another success!
Several of our classmen were chosen for our paper staff, "The Warrior".
Sports and other activities held their own.
Looking forward to our Senior year!
We go forward with Mrs. Conovich at the "Helm", Thirty-one to tell the
November-Senior Play "Tea Toper Tavern". Fun! !
We watch football and student government get underway.
Basketball still out front.
New clubs organized and all participate.
Our annual takes lots of work, but we have our fun.
We say good-by to T. H. S. We thank our teachers, principal and our
student body for leadership and friendship.
MARIE THERESE WEIL MARGARETE REICHELT
This year, we have with us two students
They have been pleased with the demo-
cratic spirit throughout the school and corn-
munity and we feel that our association has
been worthwhile both to us and to them.
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Vic-L--l'rc-Simi:-nt ....... ...Rolwrt Svaggs
Suc-1'L-ta1'y-'l'rvasuror,.. .. . Opal Wagnvr
lin-po1'tvI' ........... ............. P hilip Lvv
Mn-rnbc-rS: I". Aka-rs, H. Haru, B. Brcodlovv, G. Bryant, W. Cash, ll
llulann-y, I., Hall, M. Harris, C. llondvrson, W, Hunlluort, W. Radn-r, ID. Wm-ci
cllv, R. Wooclrum, IJ. Worlvy, J. Abshirv, II. Arthur, R, llowman, R, Cam
ls-y, ll, CI'I1X'VfO1'Kl, J. Gross, L. Jonn-S, G. OSlJornc, R. Ratliff, J. liivv, H
avillm-, L, Silcox, I, .-Xrthur, I, Bowman, J, Bransvoxnv, I. Dooluy, M. Cloud
P, Kvcfsl-L-, J. Laclwy, l.. Mn-Danivl, IE, Morris, S, Ron-d, M. livivllvlt, lx
Hoc-k, K, Shay, S. Sill-ox, Nl. 'I'. Wm-il, C. Woody, D, Vina-yard, li, Abshlrm
, llrown, K. lloolc-y, li. Harris, M. Murray, C. Stanley, L. Stanlvy.
Motto: "Don't talk about your abilitios, Demonstratv. "
Colors: Silva-1' and Lavender
Advisors. .. ...Mrs. Hcflvn Goodsull
Miss H. Ann Rowman
'fzeshman Glass Gglgicets
President ....... . . . Mary Catherine Garber
Vice-President .... ........ R ichard Rader
Secretary ....... .... L oretta Landers
Treasurer .... ........ M iller Landers
Reporter ....... .... B arbara Jean Smith
Cheerleaders .... .... L oretta Landers
Color: Blue and White Flower: Carnation
Motto: "Ad astra per aspera. H
ROLL: Shirley Barger, Betty Boothe, Mary Branch, Wanda Brown, Jam
Hrugh, Imo Anne Deel, Mayme Rose Dc-lp, Shirley Dooley, Marjorie Dulaney,
Delilah Fisher, Mary Catherine Garber, Jean Harper, Dorothy Harris, Maxine
Harris, Mary Heath, Virginia Kinzie, Loretta Landers, Barbara Lucas, Ka-
thryn Pace, June Parsons, Rachel Reed, Doris Rucker, Darlene Scaggs, Joyce
Scaggs, Joan Simpson, Barbara Smith, Mary Underwood, Sue Webb, Nell Wright,
Wiley Abbott, Carlton Amos, Walter Boothe, James Bushnell, John Brunk, Jim-
my Reed, Billy Rader, Richard Rader, Weyman Wilson, Donald Kinzie, Bruce
lckenberry, Richard Smith, Carlton Rogers, Eugene Dudding, Bobby Rose,
Billy Davis, Dick Sellers, Richard Huffman, Dick Kelly, Kenneth Snider, Mil-
ler Landers, David Hatcher.
President ........ ...... J ames Minniek
Vice-President. .. ..... Ann Griffin
Secretary ...... .... P atsy Rader
Treasurer .... ......... . . .Norma Frantz
Members: H. Brown, M. Bryant, D. Copenhaver, C. Flora, P. Gibson
R. Gilmore, L. Hall, B. Kelly, E. Kessler, S. Kessler, V. Kessler, Il. Kins-
ley, B. Loll, F. Long, D. McKinney, A. Minnick, J. Obenshain, P. Simpson
IZ. Thompson, B. Bishop, R. Bryant, L. Cook, B. Dillard, R. Dooley, A
Gray, J. Henderson, A. Kessler, J, Minniek, W. Reed, J. Stanley, J. Wil-
liamson, J. Abbott, S. Abshire, B. Campbell, D. Cook, E. Davis, F. Dooley
N. Frantz, P. Garst, L. Guilliams, B. Hall, M, Hinehee, J. Hughes, J. Par-
ker, C. Rader, P. Rader, N. Sandidge, B. Scaggs, I. Stewart, F. Williamson
I. Bishop, C. Bryant, M. Conner, S. C. Delp, A. Griffin, J. Long, N. Par-
sons, S. Thompson, L. Weleher,
Colors: Maroon and Gold Flower: Yellow Rose
Motto: Always Be Prepared
Advisors: Mrs. Elizabeth Maddex
Mrs. Velva Sutphin
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President .............. . . . Donald Hatcher
Vice-President ........ .... R obert Scaggs
Secretary-Treasurer .... ....... S ue Webb
Advisors .............. .... M rs. Sutphin
REPRESENTATIVES FROM HOME ROOMS
John Layman ...... .............. S enior Class. . . .... Marlies Scaggs
Lester Hall ................. .... J unior Class ...... ...... B etty Barger
Loretta Landers-Richard Rader. . . Freshman Class .... . . .Mary C. Garber
Patricia Garst-Ann Griffin ........ Eighth Grade ............. James Minnick
Student Government at Troutville High School was reorganized January 5,
1950 with installation of the council members and officers named above. Con-
stitution and by-laws were made and adopted this year, as were plans and ob-
jectives for next year and the more distant future.
Betty Jo Huff
G. B. Burton
Business Manager. ........... . . .
s Manager .... ...... J ean Wiley
Comptroller .... ............. . ..
Advertising Committee: Lucille Graybill, Barbara Rader, Betty Naff Bobby
Brown, Dorothy Bower, Jean Wiley, Elaine Woodrum.
MaterialCommittee: Alta Thompson, Helen Harper, Marlies Scaggs Mor
ris Young, John McKenney, Thelma Campbell, Margaret Dooley, Julia Helen
Rader, Kathryn Shanks.
Photo Committee: Charlotte Woody, J. C. Rogers, Billy Sellers Gene
Smith, Nana Hill, Rocklyn Bryan, Alma Keith, Gladys Nelson, Zelpha Patsel
Mrs. Lucille Conovich
Editor ........ .. ...... .... I Getty Naff
Asst. Editor ....... ........................ ............. l v a Bowman
Editorial Staff ............................................ Barbara Rader
Billy Hundley, M. Garber, B. Smith, P. Lee, L. Stanley, B. Barger, 3.
Breedlove, J. Rice, H. Harper, O. Wagner, L. Landers, S. Reed, B. Kec-
see, L. Graybill, L. Hall, A. Griffin, F. Dooley.
Business Manager .... ........ . .............................. B etty Jo Huff
Business Staff ......... . ................................... J. Lackey, J.
Brugh, P. Rader, R. Reed, D. Bower, A. Thompson, J. Wiley, M. Rader,
M. Landers, J. Layman, J. Rogers, R. Scaggs, M. Scaggs, B. Abshire,
Faculty Advisors .... ....... M iss Ruth Brown
Miss Rosalie Bowman
"The .Varrioru wonarating of "Distinguished" lastyear in the Virginia High
School League Publications contest in Group III. "Distinguished" is the highest
rating given any paper and represents a grade of from 90 to 100010.
President ....... ......... B etty Barger
Vice-President. . . .... Marie Theresa Weil
Secretary ....... ........ L ouise Stanley
Treasurer ..... . . .Burleigh Breedlove
Reporter. . . ........ Philip Lee
Advisor .... ' .... .... M iss Ruth Brown
The Library Club of 1949-1950 is composed of nine active members,who
are trying to make the Library an enjoyable place in whichto work. Our advi-
sor, Miss Brown, has been working closely with us and has shown us how to
run the Library in an efficient manner.
During the Christmas Season, the Library Club gave a party for its mem-
bers. We all enjoyed the party very much.
In the month of February, the Library Club expects to give an assembly,
which we hope will be a success.
'zamafics and fifefzaful
President ........... .... B illy Humbert
Vice-President ......... . . . Billy Joe Hundley
Secretary-Treasurer. . . .... Barbara Rader
Reporter ............. ..... G ene Smith
Advisors... . . .Miss Bowman
This year we included in our club those students interested in boththe Dra-
matic and Literary events of our school.
We made several visits to other schools and colleges to see their perfor-
mances which we felt were worthwhile and helpful.
We presented a one-act play for our Christmas assembly on December twen-
ty-first. We entered the one-act play District contest which was held in our
school and presented three one-act plays on March 10.
We also entered representatives in the Literary Contest in April.
PROGRAM COMMITTEE SCRAP BOOK COMMITTEE
President .... .... R alph Bowman
Secretary .... .. Loretta Landers
Treasurer... ..... Clayton Woody
Reporter... ....... Robert Seaggs
Advisors... ...Mrs. Helen Goodsell
Mrs. Velva Sutphin
CLUB'S CONTRIBUTION TO SCHOOL LIBRARY
Science Scrap Book
Field trips to Roanoke Times, Radio Stations, W. D. B. Jg W. S. L. S5 Woodrum
Field, Forest Ranger's Lookout Tower, Exhibitfor the Student at V. P. I.g Star
Gazing, Nature Film Strips, Speakers from Industry and Professions.
Presidont ........ ......... I Sc-tty Naff
ViCe4PrfiSidQnt. .. ...Kobvrt Woodrum
Secrc-tary ...... ....... R arbara Rader
Treasurer.. .. . liurloigh Bri-odlove
Roportc-r ...... .....,. I ohn Layman
Accompanist. .. ...lJs!'L1l'L' Iki-nbc-rry
Director ............ ...Miss Bowman
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First row, left to right: M. Branch, C. Stanley, E. Woodr-um, I. How-
man, B. Rada-r, ll. Harris, M. Garbvr, J. lirugh, J. Wiley, Miss Bowman
Scrcond row: S. Hood, W. Brown, Ii, Rn-cd, J, liransromv, L. Graybill
D. Ruckvr, M. Underwood, J. Parsons, M. Wa-il, J. Simpson, K. Shanks
Third row: A. Kciith, D. Vine-yard, ll. Ke-c-sz-0, J. Lacks-y, IS. Naff, I3
Booth, S. Barger, O. Wagner, I. Arthur, li. Morris.
Fourth row: B, Hundloy, M. Lancia-rs, D. Kinzic-, J, Hog:-rs, II. Dulanvy
B. Rare, B. Humbort, C. Rogcirs, G. Burton, R. Scaggs, R. Woodrum
President ......... . . . . .... . . ..
Vice-President .... ..
Secretary ........ .... A lta Thompson
Treasurer. .. ...Marlius Scaggs
Property. .. . .. .... Betty Keesee
Advisor ................. Mrs. Helen Goodscll
PROJECTS FOR THE YEAR
November 1949-Education Week
December l949-Poster Contest
January l950-To Sponsor Good Sportsmanship Campaign
February 1950 To Collect Art Materials For Future School Use
March l950-To Do Publicity For Fall Student
AWARDS IN COUNTY-WIDE CONTEST
First Prize-Betty Barger Second Prize-Nana Hill
Shirley Bargcr Philip Lee
President ........... .......... G . B. Burton
Vice-President. .. . . . Hollie Dulaney
Reporter ....... .... W illiam Rader
Secretary .... ..... G ene Smith
Treasurer. . . .... Eugene Akers
Advisor ...... .............. W . Barr lVlaGill
First row, left to right: Eugene Akers, W. Barr MaGi1l.
Second row: Robert Woodrum, William Rader, Hollie Dulanefy, G. B. Bur-
ton, Garland Bryant, Gene Smith.
Third row: Billy Davis, Walter Booth, John Brunk, Donald Kinzie, Weyman
Wilson, Wiley Abbott, Dicky Kelly, James Bushnell.
Learning To Do
Doing To Learn
Earning To Live
Living To Serve
Left Dining Room: Sally Ann Silcox,
Right Kitchen: Betty Keesee,
Left Living Room: Joyce Scaggs,
"Toward New Horizons"
Color: Red and White Advisor: Mrs. Griffin
Flower: Red Rose
President ....... . . . Donald Hatcher
Vice-President. . . ...Ralph Bowman
Secretary ........ ...... G one Smith
Asst, Secretary .... .... D orothy Bower
Treasurer. .P ..... ...Lucille Graybill
Reporter .................. Marlies Scaggs
Advisor .....i........... Mr. James Moore
G. B. Burton, Billy Hundley, Morris Young, Rocklyn Bryan, Dewie Wed-
dle, David Worley, Lester Hall, Billy Humbert, Hollie Dulaney, Bob Seaggs,
Ralph Ratliff, Ronald Cawley, Robert Woodrum, William Rader, Alma Keith,
Betty Naff, Elaine Woodrum, Maxine Rader, Jean Wiley, Iva Bowman, Mary
Goad, Marie Therese Weil, Margarette Reichelt.
The Troutville High School Monogram Club was organized this year. lt
has been under the supervision of Mr. James Moore.
The Charter Member-5 became eligible because of their ability in the field of
sports. New members may be accepted if they represent the school in other
Color-Green and White Motto-To Make the Best Better
President ....... .... M ary C. Garber
Vice-President. .. ..... Virginia Kinzie
Seeretary ....... .... C harlotte Woody
Treasurer .... .... ' ......... S ue Webb
Reporter ..... .... B arbara Jean Smith
Song Leader. . . . ....... Wiley Abbott
Game Leader ............ . . . Donald Kinzie
Jane Brugh, Marjorie Dulaney, Charles Flora, Norma Frantz, Miller Lan-
ders, Buddy Lee, Norma Parsons, Kathryn Rock, Richard Smith, Clayton
Woody, Nell Wright.
The National 4-H Club Emblem is the four-leaf clover with the letter "H"
on each leaf. The four "H'sT' represent Head, Heart, Hands and Health,
This Club has its place in this county. lt won first place in the county for
getting in the largest per cent of record books. It Won third place on the W.
S. L. S. Contest. We should like to call your attention to Charlotte Woody.
She has won district honors in the County and in the Lynchburg Farm Show.
She was selected an All-Star for the County and won the Leadership pin.
Pearl Myers-Home Agent R. H. Burtner-County Agent
B, O, Portfield-Asst. County Agent QNot picturedj.
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Jean Wiley, Barbara Rader, June Parsons, Elaine Woodrurn, Loretta Landers
Alma Keith fChiefj
Forwards: Lucille Graybill, Co-Captaing Joanne Branscorne, MaryC. Gar-
ber, Marlies Scaggs, Clayton Woody, Opal Wagner, Marjorie Dulaney.
Guards: Mary Goad, Co-Captaing Dorothy Bower, Maxine Rader, Iris Doo-
ley, Gladys Nelson, Iva Bowman, Mary Branch, Joan Simpson, Nell Wright.
The Troutville High School girls basketball team has been under the direc-
tion of a new coach, Miss Ruth Brown, this season. Both coach and team have
done successful work together, only being defeated once in the county. Lucille
Graybill was high-scorer for the year and Branscome came in second. Five
of our players will graduate but we have some good material coming along next
GAMES Score GAMES Score
Opponents Home Opponents Home
St. Andrews 23 31 Eagle Rock 51 57
Alumni 22 44 Natural Bridge 46 37
Natural Bridge 25 23 Shawsville 45 32
Colonial 42 59 Fincastle 39 54
Shawsville 41 49 Eagle Rock 33 34
Buchanan 27 33 '49 Graduates 26 35
Colonial 47 44 Buchanan 35 43
Fincastle 16 42 Legion 35 21
Coach: Miss Brown
Manager: Jeanette Lackey
The "Warriors" had a very successful season this year although most of
them were new recruits and lacked experience. Troutvillc has beenunrivfoatml
for the 4th straight year in county competition. In District O Tournament, tht-
Warriors won over Dunlap Q39-25j. They lost in the finals to Effingcr Q33-27j
to gain second place in the District O Conference.
Humbert led in the scoring column with 249 points followed by Duluncy with
an average of 10 points a game.
Front row, left to right: Scaggs, Watcher, Smith, Dulaney, Ilumbt-rt,
Second row: Mr, Moore, Saville, Weddli-, Rader, Woodrum, Landers, lVlr.
Third row: Smith, Rader, Wilson, Abshire, Bowman, Kinzic, Bryant,
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Opponents Home Opponents Honu
St. Andrews 39 45 Eagle Rock 50 555
Natural Bridge 25 42 Natural Bridge 33 30
Colonial 38 39 Shawsville 35' 35
Shawsville 55 58 Fincastlc 43 46
Buchanan 33 43 Eagle Rock 36 46
Colonial 27 39 Buchanan 28 42
Fincastle 33 41 District-Dunlap 25 355
Lexington 52 32 Effingc-r 33 27
Coach: Mr. James Moore
First row, left to right: R. Smith, Mgr.g D. Weddle, M. Young, R. Scaggs,
G. Burton, B. Hundley, R. Bowman, D. Hatcher, J. Gross, H. Dulaney, R.
Cawley, G. Smith, B. Bare, Mgr.
Second row, left to right: J. Moore, Coachg E. Dudding, D. Sellers, M.
Landers, D. Worley, R. Bryan, B. Humbert, R. Rader, W. Abbott, B. Saville,
D. Kinzie, J. Reed, B. Rader.
The Troutville "Warriors" joined the ranks of football this past fall and
after much drudgery and hard work were rewarded with the honor of County
Champs. Even before school started Mr.Moore and Mr. Huffman worked very
hard to get equipment for the boys, Despite the great lack of experience the
boys were unbeaten in County play. Our Coach provided a schedule whereas
the boys could get the most possible experience and through his patience and
hard work they fared very well. With this experience and background behind
them, the team should improve their game. The best of luck to them!
T. H. S. Team Opponents
20 Eagle Rock 6
0 Valley 64
33 Colonial 0
0 Eagle Rock 0
O Wm. Fleming J. V. 32
0 Boys Camp 32
18 Bedford J. V. 13
6 Lexington J. V. 19
19 Buchanan 14
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"The time has com'e" as the Walrus said to the
Carpenter, for us to remember many things, for it
is all over this year at Troutville. We cannot take
Troutville with us but the memories are all ours.
It is with amixture of emotions that we write FINIS
to this years edition of "THE MEMOIRH. We com-
bine the pleasure of at last seeing the finished pro-
duct, the result of our work, with a feeling of sor-
row that the job is done. We have a feeling of an-
xiety, too as we present "THE 1950 MEMOIRH for
your approval or disapproval. By the time you reach
this page you will have decided the fate of this vo-
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4000 Williamson Road
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416 Znd St., S. W. Phone 2-5260 Roanoke 7, Virginia
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118 W. Campbell Ave.. Dial 2-6113
Roanoke J -C i Virginia
RICHARSON 8: WILLS STORE
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Troutville V irginia
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304 Henry St. Dial 3-8390
R oanoke Virginia
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308 South Jefferson Street
SCHOOL OF DANCING
501-A Campbell Ave. S. W.
GORDON'S FRESH POTATO CHIPS
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2411 Williarnson Rd.
R oanoke , Va.
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SCOTT GREEN CHEVROLET SALES. INC.
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LIBERTY LIMESTONE CORPORATION
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Dealers in Pocahontas, Raven Red Ash, Olga
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J. W. Barger, Mgr. Dial 2411 Buchanan, Virginia
Shoes 8: Hardware
Herff Jones Compan 5
DANIEL C. GAINEY
For Troutville High School
B. V. Reid, Representative
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669 Maple Avenue
GILL'S - DRIVE IN - HAMBURGER HOUSE
i 4611 Williamson Road
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1900 50th Anniversary 1950
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108 w. Campbell Ave. R oano ke, virg
PEOPLES ICE 8: STORAGE COMPANY, INC
5.22-Z4-Z6 Nelson Street S. E.
Storage For All Kinds Of Produ
Dial 3-0411 Roanoke, Virginia
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After Graduation and Marriage
REID and CUTSHALL
"Better Furniture Since 1924"
309 Campbell Ave., West
R oanoke V ir ginia
G.G. BOARD Sz COMPANY
Hot Water at Hot Air Heating
American Standa rd-Crane-Kohler Products
Youngstown sinks - Westinghouse Water Heaters
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730 Tazewell Ave., S. E. Roanoke 13, Virginia
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