Union Kempsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA)

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.- ;.- ' " : ' yy i 1 ■dskM m?. ' • y - • ' , ' " •? f - BOICE STUDIOS VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. THE TIGER YEARBOOK CLASS OF I960 PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY TRAINING SCHOOL 521 Bonney Road Norfolk, Virginia DEDICATION To Our Beloved Parents. . . . . . whose patience and loving guidance have brought us to our first really great achievement--high school graduation. TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration Faculty Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Junior High Sports Activities Advertisements % ,-r- " v A dm in istra tio n ■r W ff PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE The members of the graduating class are to be commended for successfully achieving their high school objectives. It is hoped that the experiences of secondary education will enable them to face the issues, and accept the challenges that lie a- head. To the loyal, faithful, and understanding parents of this Class of 1960, and in whose honor this annual is dedicated, I congratulate you. The sacrifices that you have made to assist these graduates in their achievements are invaluable. During your pursuit for knowledge at Princess Anne County Training School, you have received the final touches of a widely experienced and competent faculty. With masterful strokes and perseverance, another citizen is born, bred, and sent forth to spread his light to the world. But the far-reaching results of the teacher ' s work remains to be assayed by the future. On these pages are captives of a time that is now history. You are invited to reminisce and retrace precious memories of steps to a happy ending. Herein is re- corded high lights of the fleeting moments of your high school days. May they serve as loving ties between you and your beloved friends at Princess Anne County Train- ing School. J. V. Boykin, Principal To you, the graduates of the Class of 1960, my heartiest congratulations! This present milestone, in your life, is one that you and your parents have looked for- ward to, and sacrificed for, for some years, now. May 1 leave this thought with you. When things seem a bit dark and uncertain, remem- ber that " Every day brings another chance " . Yours for a successful life LOURENA S. ARCHER Assistant Principal . ' i - - -r . V MRS. NELL E. JONES Clerk Office of the Principal MISS ELLEN WALKER Clerk Office of the Assistant Principal z ' - ' -T ' K OUR STAFF... A VITAL PART OF SCHOOL LIFE Mrs. Cora W. Wilson, the Clinic Director administers to minor ailments and discomforts. CAFETERIA WORKERS " Hmm-mm-mm, such deli- cious meals they prepare. . . . Mrs. Mary Knight, Mrs. El- izabeth Jackson, Mrs. Eva Smith, Miss Blanche Boone, Mrs. Leonia Russell, Mrs. Gertrude Russell. " They keep a clean and com- fortable building. " Mrs. Maybe lie Artis, Mr. Ivory Hodges, Mr. Greenwood Ferebee, Mrs. Gertrude Whitehurst. MAIDS AND JANITORS MISS OLIVE F. DAUGHTRY SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS " Our parents away from home--they ' re all that any student would desire in a teacher. " MR, CLYDE I. SILER Our English instructors confer on the " pros " and " cons " of verbs, commas and Dickens. MISS AUDREY E RUSSELL English MRS. BERNADIN A. RASBERRY English English History MRS. MATTIE B. PATTERSON Spanish MR. ROBERT L. GORDON French History MRS. ALICE A. DURGAN English MRS. FREDRICA R. BALLARD Home Economics MRS. JEAN O. SILER Business Education MR. ALEXANDRE WOODHOUSE Industrial Arts The Science and Mathema- tics Instructors make plans for the Math and Science Conference. General Mathematics History English MR. ARMISTEAD YOUNG General Mathematics MISS HESTER R. MR. C. KENNETH MISS OLIVE F PAIR WILSON DAUGHTRY Physics Algebra General Mathemat Geometry MR. HARRY L, ROBINSON MRS. OSCELLETTA WALSTON MR. THADDEUS C. SMITH Chemistry Agriculture Chemistry General Science Biolo gy General Science MRS. LOUISE H CARTER Civics History MISS ALICE WALTON MR. WILLIAM J. WATSON History Government 4 K. MRS. RUBY L. ALLEN Choral Music MR. ROY REID Band MRS. LnLZ C WILSON Art MR. CLYDE L SILER Driver Education Science MISS JUNE R. SETZER Physical Education y MR. WILLIAM PRICE Physical Education Science UVV 9 I V- . MRS. MARY B. BROCKETT Guidance MRS. JACQUETTA P. ROBINSON Librarian MISS HATTIE L. GOODMAN English MR. JUDGE GOSS Physical Education ,-r- v 4 k s ,c eniors ' A CLASS OFFICERS JAMES JEFFERSON " Bama " Baseball Dramatics Club Industrial Art Spanish Club Pres. Senior Class Ambition: Teacher MARY MOSLEY " Moley " Vice-Pres. Senior Class Pres. Student Council Band Hi- Lighter Staff Yearbook Staff Tri-Hi-Y, Cheering Squad Ambition: Mathematician ROSA MITCHELL " Mitch " Treasurer Senior Class Tri-Hi-Y Spanish Club Ambition: Teacher SARAH CLARK Asst. Sec. Sr. Class Tri-Hi-Y Student Council Yearbook Staff N. H. A. Ambition: Beautician " Clarkbar " EDNA BELL Sec. Senior Class Tri-Hi-Y Choir Ambition: Physical Therapist CLASS OFFICERS ERMA WILLIAMS " Babe " Business Manager of Senior Class Choir, Tri-Hi-Y Annbition: Nurse CLARENCE MORGAN " Bessie " Business Manager of Senior Class, Band Football, Basketball Track, Dramatic Club Spanish Club Ambition: Teacher ERNEST CASON CAROLYN SCOTT " Sweet Do " " Scotty " Chaplain of Senior Chaplain of Senior Class Class, Band, Hi-Y Cheering Squad, Tri-Hi-Y Football, Dramatics Student Council, Choir Club Ambition: Cosmetologist Ambition: Electrician LEA ANNE KELLAM Sergeant- at -Arms Band, Tri-Hi-Y Student Council Dramatic Club SHIRLEY HARRIS Dramatic Club New Homemaker of America Spanish Club Ambition: Nurse ALLEN PAINTER " Pant " Industrial Art N. F. A. Ambition: Artist ABRAHAM JOHNSON Hi-Y N. F. A. Ambition: Photography DELORRIS SAWYER Dramatic Club Ambition: Nurse " A well balanced diet for well balanced students. " ' O ,o . ' o ROSIE SNOWDEN Dramatic Club Spanish Club Tri-Hi-Y Ambition: Teacher EDMUND DAILEY " Beaneye " Football Baseball Basketball N. A. F. Ambition: Coach " Good conversation broadens the mind and extends the vocabu- lary. " H»V ' V ' A3 ' G •o . 3 h . V- MARY HAWKINS N. H. A. Ambition: Teacher JESSE HILL " Frog " Baseball, Football N. F. A. , Industrial Arts Ambition: Engineer PERNELL WILLIAMS " Link " Basketball, N. F, A. Hi-Y, Football Ambition: MAGGALEAN WILLIAMS " Honey " Spanish Club Cheering Squad Tri-Hi-Y, Tiger Staff, Civics Club Hi- Lighter Staff Ambition: Physicist PEGGY JOYCE LEWIS " Peg " N. H. A., Student Council Ambition: Physical Education Instructor CLINTON CORNICK " Pouchie " N. F, A. , Hi-Y Industrial Arts Club Ambition: Chemist " All work and no play makes ' Jack ' a pretty dull boy! " K ' O EVELYN FOREMAN STANDLEY BROWN " Sam " " Buck " Yearbook Staff, Tri-Hi-Y Band New Homemaker of America Yearbook Staff Ambition: Teacher Spanish Club Hi-Y Ambition: Musician INEZ WILLIAMS Dramatic Club Spanish Club Choir Tri-Hi-Y Ambition: Teacher CHARLES ROBINSON N. F. A. Industrial Art Ambition: Engineer NORMA GIBSON " Gene " Band, Tri-Hi-Y Dramatic Club Spanish Club JAMES SMITH Steve Hi-Y, Football N. F.A.. Basketball Track, Baseball Ambition: Stenographer Ambition: Architecture " Success in all fields awaits us. " ji O ir MARY HARDING " May " Tri-Hi-Y Spanish Club Ambition: Teacher WILLIARD DAVIS " Sonny Boy " Spanish Club, N.H. A. Industrial Arts Hi-Y Ambition: Barber RAYMOND GRAVES Preacher Football, Baseball Basketball, Student Council, Track, Dramatics Club Ambition: Contractor ALICE THOUROGOOD " Faye " Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y Ambition: Teacher ADELLE SMITH Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatics Club, Library Club Ambition: Stenographer JAMES MILLER Football, Student Council, Hi-Y Ambition: Engineer " Teacher-Student relations can create better understanding among faculty and students. " 4 ' ss- N BEULAH WILLIAMS JOSEPH HENDERSO Dramatic Club " Hen " Ambition: Beautician Basketball Dramatic Club Industrial Art N. F. A. Ambition: Doctor- WILLIAM JONES " Billy " Hi-Y MILDERD CAFFEE Baseball Dramatic Club Basketball Ambition: Secretary " Peewee " New Homemaker of America Band Spanish Club VERNON GARY " Clink " Band Football, Basketball Track Dramatic Club, Hi-Y Ambition: Engineer THE FUTURE " in every organiza- tion there is need for a good guide. ' Guidance ' is a true factor of suc- cess. " BERTHA SMITH KELLEY KNIGHT " Kell " N. F. A. Basketball RODNEY BREATHWAITE EULA COLLINS " Lightwait " Band Ambition: Doctor MINNIE ASHBY " Big " Tri-Hi-Y Dramatic Club Choir Ambition: Disc-jockey Ambition: Secretary TILMAN CARTER " Little Tim " N. F. A. , Track Hi-Y, Basketball Football Ambition: Pro Football GENEVA KNIGHT " Gen " Band Tri-Hi-Y Spanish Club Ambition: Nurse WILLIAM CONLEY " Will " N. F. A. " just as we are judged by the company we keep, so are we labeled by the language we- speak. " JAMES HAYNES MAURICEL RIDDICK " Sextur " " Peaches " Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Ambition: Brick Mason Ambition: Mathematician BETTY BOGGS " Bugs " Cheerleader Tri-Hi-Y Spanish Club Ambition: Pro. Football Ambition: Teacher GIDEON HIDER (It ■ II Junie Hi-Y Band Ambition: Musician " study is the root of Intelligence. " " t- s- n3 H CARETHIA PALMER ALLEN MOSLEY " Reet " " Skull " Ambition: Secretary Hi-Y Ambition: Mechanical Engineer ERMA DOWNING " Pinkie " Tri-Hi-Y Choir Ambition: Secretary HERBERT WARREN " Herbie " LOUVERNER FOREMAN Track " Lou " Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Ambition: Mechanic Ambition: Nurse DONZA OLDS " A good song is always exciting. DELORES GREENE Tri-Hi-Y, Choir Dramatic Club Band, Spanish Club Ambition: Teacher ALTON VAUGHAN " Mule " Band, N. F. A. Industrial Arts Tiger Staff Ambition: Teacher A S o ELSIE WRIGHT Dramatic Club, N. H.A. Library Club, Tri-Hi-Y Ambition: Lawyer JERRY WILLIAMS " Stick " Band, Yearbook Staff Spanish Club, Hi-Y Football Ambition: Mathematician OLIVIA KIMBLE " Sis " Dramatic Club Library Club Tri-Hi-Y Ambition: Nurse CLINTON HAYNES " Peete " Band, N. F. A. , Hi-Y Baseball, Spanish Club Ambition: Chemist Who Knows? A Future Scientist? «o o• JOAN HALE llT ,,1,, " MARGERY DUKES " Lefty " Nurse " Lulu ' Spanish Club, Basketball Team Teacher Tri-Hi-Y, Band Band, Tri-Hi-Y Spanish Club Dramatic Club JOSEPH VINCENT " Tookie " Football, Hi-Y Agriculture Ambition: Barbara NORMA DAVIS " Lee " Teacher MILDRED WHITE " Mill " Nurse Choir WILFORD BYRD " Byrd " Electrician Hi-Y N.F.A. Football Basketball ANNUAL STAFF a - I CLAUDETT SHAW ROBERT EDWARDS Ambition: Teacher " Goose " Band Pro. Basketball Player Spanish Club Basketball Dramatic Club Hi-Y, N. F.A. Tri-Hi-Y EUGENE GATLIN " Geneo " Basketball, N. F.A. Pro. Basketball Player Track, Baseball JUANITA LAWRENCE " Nita " Artist Spanish Club NORMAN JEFFERSON " Jeff " Band, Hi-Y N. F. A. , Football Basketball, Track ..--T V " I Si r k SPONSORS Mrs. B. A. Rasberry Mrs. F. R. Ballard Mrs. J. O. Slier Motto: " Getting to the Top of the Ladder Is an Inci- dent; To Stay There is an Achievement; To Climb the Highest, Who Lifts Himself Up. " a CLASS OFFICERS President John Sydnor Vice-President Alfrette Morgan Larry Melvin Secretary Ruth Schofield Cora Jean Wilson Treasurer Evelyn Willie Sergeant-At-Arms Kenneth Ellis Lynwood Holsey Bernette Williams Chaplain Stella Harding .;K-! ..--T- v. 11 T I r-fc..»5 . ■f Sovh opnomores N TENTH GRADE-SECTION 1 Mrs. M. B. Patterson, Sponsor OFFICERS President Patricia Wilson Vice-President Catherine Writht Treasurer Charles Wiggins Secretary Margie Wilson TENTH GRADE-SECTION 2 Miss J. R. Setzer, Sponsor OFFICERS President Dyanne Johnson Vice-President Dollie Jones Secretary Erma Mcpherson MOTTO " A winner never quits, and a quitter never wins. " - - k ' ™ .A - ■= ' J ■ i rLJt?L_r_j2._j . f n. n.i ■ ■ ' f TENTH GRADE-SECTION 3 Mrs. O. A. Walston President Janice Westry Vice-President Harold Henderson Secretary Cora Walk Assistant Secretary Barbara Burton Treasurer Doris Holey Serge ant -at -Arms Rosa Anderson Chaplain Maude James TENTH GRADE-SECTION 4 Miss H. R. Pair President Theiphilus Lawton Vice-President Patrick Thompson Secretary Juanita Cross Assistant Secretary Lorraine Foreman Sergeant-at-Arms Ervin Knight Treasurer Clifton Cross .,.. ( Hi f ' 1. 4 " T i- Fresh resnmen NINTH GRADE-SECTION 3 Mrs. D. L. Knox, Sponsor OFFICERS President Joyce Ownes Vice-President George Williams Secretary Lillie Robinson Assistant Secretary Geraldine Weston Treasurer Lafayette Williams NINTH GRADE-SECTION 4 Miss H. L. Goodman, Sponsor OFFICERS President Delores Johnson Vice-President Calvin G. Haynes Secretary Velma Riddick Assistant Secretary Alice Sommerville Treasurer Margaret Burford Sergeant-at-Arms Carroll Selby Chaplain Allem Humes Class 9-2 Mr. Charles Kenneth Wilson Officers President, Robert Singleton Vice President. Jesse Sydnor Secretary, Carolyn Wilder Assistant Secretary, Valerie Mc Coy Treasurer, David McClenny Assistant Treasurer, Ova Belle Smith Sergeant-at-Arms, Roy Sykes Chaplain Sharon Redd Reporter, DedrDn Brown NINTH GRADE-SECTION 2 Mrs. L. H. Carter President Jean Hyman Vice-President Catherine Knight Secretary Elijah Barnes Financial Secretary Wilfred Phillips Treasurer Charles Beasley Business Manager William Wright Sergeant-at-Arms Charles Marshall Chaplain James Didley Pj l cj I LC X , unior Hi an EIGHTH GRADE - SECTION 1 Mrs. A. A. Durgan, Sponsor OFFICERS President Joseph Boykin Vice-President Ralph Saunders Secretary Joyce Cuffee Assistant Secretary Joyce Armstrong Chaplain Rozelma Freeman Parliamentarian Rosella Melvin Sergeant-At-Arms Turner Williams Corresponding Secretary Ruth Harold Treasurer Sarah Sheppard MOTTO " The roots of education are bitter, but the fruits are sweet. " Aristotle EIGHTH GRADE-SECTION 3 Mr. A. Young, Sponsor President Robert Sparrow Vice President Dorothy Hargrove Secretary ry Coston Assistant Secretary Mary Harris Treasurer Francis Fentress Sergeant-at-Arms Chester Smith Chaplain Allen Goffigan EIGHTH GRADE Section Two Mr. R. H. Greene, Sponsor FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Greene, Johnny Eure, Inez Price, Hellena Thompkins, Joyce Russell, Margaret Eure, Floyd Conley, Melvin Lindsey, Wilbur Fuller, and Earline Gatlin. SECOND ROW: Lee Russell Dildy, Cecil Boggs, George McCoy, Elizabeth Walke, Emma Jone, Jeanette Smith, Marion Jranklin, Joan Harris, and Jeremiah Harold. THIRD ROW: Leon Fritzgerald, Andrew Reid, Reginald Mosley, Jessie Dillard, Wilbert Dildy, Alberta Joyner, Cora Lee Joyner, Thelma Hodnett, Celestine Jackson. FOURTH ROW: John Roberts. Raymond Lewis, Rufus Knight. Fred Hodges, Melvin Simmons, James Wright, David Freeman, and Linda Baliey. a G 3 c r; r Q,0. . ' - - ' US ' fl tJ» » EIGHTH GRADE-SECTION 4 Mr. Robert L. Gordon President Geraldine Ferebee Vice-President Marie Uzzle Secretary Barbara Diggs Assistant Doris Ferebee Treasurer Myra Uzzle Chaplain Daniel Williams Motto: To excel, not to equal EIGHTH GRADE-SECTION 6 Mr. T. C. Smith President Pearline Williams Vice-President Gloria Macky Secretary Shirley Bright Assistant Secretary Precillia Harris Chaplain Thaddeous Ashby P -n r. n g EIGHTH GRADE President Dorothy Gordan Vice-President Leon Walke Secretary Joan Askew Treasurer George Burford Chaplain Alfred Morgan Sgt. -At-Arms Roddick Gary n p r , «9 a Sports iMi f COACH GOSS m COACH SILER FOOTBALL TEAM _, , ' - - ' ' jiLj: S CHARLES WALKE CO-CAPTAIN COACH PRICE CHEERLEADERS JAMES MILLER CAPTAIN Mary Mosley, Mary Henry, Allen Clark, Patric Wilson, Margie Wilson John Parks, Carolyn Scott, Betty Boggs, Linwood Holsey Captain Co-Captain « s 11 vw ti i Nl W. Jones, P. Williams, K. Knight, A. Shaw, H. Henderson, C. Morgan, E. Gatlin, R. Graves, J. Hill, N. Jefferson, Coach J. Goss. C. Reid, V. Gary, P. Gregory, T. Carter, J. Smith, H. Smith, A. Paint- er, E. Knight, Coach C. I. Siler. ATHLETIC BANQUET ; -. ' » Above are Mr. T. C. Smith, Mr. C. I. Siler, Guest speaker A. H. Jefferson, Mr. H. L. Roberson. TRACK TEAM M Co-Captains Vernon Gary and Bennie Smith Trainer Fred Cross Coach Mr. William Price Cross, Gary, Smith, Graves, Greene, Smith, Gatlin, Car- ter, Smith, Spence, Sydnor, Warren, and Morgan. r Activities • ' L Q :. r- 1 c " ' % OFFICERS President Raymond Graves Vice-President Delores Greene Secretary Beulah Williams Assistant Secretary Grace Russell Sergeant-At-Arms Bernard Williams Chaplain Mildred Caffee Treasurer Eula Collins Business Manager Minnie Ashby SPONSOR Miss H. L. Goodman MOTTO: " Master writers, brilliant actors, sincere directors, unique settings, relative to scenes, properties and costumes, make up drama. " A (y STUDENT COUNCIL El OFFICERS President Mary Mosley Vice-President Charles Murphy Secretary. ■ ■ ■ Bernett Williams Motto: " Leadership Training In Action " Sponsor Mrs. B. A. Rasberry HOMEMAKERS m OFFICERS i N President Naomi Wright ' ' - Vice-President Lea Valentine Secretary Josepheni Brickhouse W cs r Q . A . r n n , . President William Wright Vice-President Benard Williams Secretary Elijah Barnes J - W«n |s» i | il| President A " on Vaughan Secretary Joseph Vincent SPANISH CLUBS r - n w ;v4 M- — • s.i -.-w - I. JF " -- JJlUg CLASS PERIOD SPANISH II ■CJ- " S S j - r? .a-V- ■ O W r C O n CLASS PERIOD 9 m T%M SPANISH I THIRD CLASS PERIOD SPANISH II FOURTH CLASS PERIOD SPANISH II TOP: Miss Naomi Wright, (Junior) " Miss Homecoming-1959 " BOTTOM: " Miss Homecoming " and Attendants, iviiss Shirley Cason, Soph- omore; and Miss Audrey Price, Junior. H O M E C O M I M G 1 9 5 9 A . ■ m . TRI-HI-y «. • :j ' President Lea Kellman Vice-President Bernette Williams Secretary Sarah Clark Asst. Secretary Maggalean Williams Treasurer Margery Dukes Chaplain Carolyn Scott President Maggalean Williams Vice-President Jessie Sydnor Secretary Carolyn Wilder Asst. Secretary Arrarnne Saunders Treasurer Ora Bell Smith Bus. Manager Sharon Redd CIVICS CLUB FIFTH CLASS PERIOD SPANISH I SPECIAL CLASS KOY A. REID, DIRECTOR L. p rs r MRS. R, L. ALLEN. DIRECTOR l ' » ' LJj ' oj ' ' 7--j e- ,-r- K Advertising _2) Vv: PATRONS Edward Gordon, Yoder Dairy A Friend Mr, Henry L, Lam Mr. I . V. Jones Mr. James McKinnon Mrs. Katie Burden Mr. Louis Hawkins Miss Shi rl ey Boggs Rev, Mrs. S. L. Scott, Jr. Temple of God Prayer Band Temple of God United Holy CInurch of America Six St. Cut Rate, F. V. Porter H. T. Roberts Tyer ' s Grocery, Salen Rd. Mrs. Virginia E, Vaugiin Mr. Mrs. Wei Is Mr. W, Francis Taylor, Jr. A " O V ' X 0 V T. J. HAROLD ' S TEXACO SERVICE STATION Spec i al i z i ng in Washing, Polishing and Greasing Radio Service Phone MAdison 5-4600 Park Avenue and East Princess Anne Road Norfol k, Vi rg i n i a Andrew Harold Manager A FRIEND Nite Phone GArden 8-3421 Day Phone GArden 8-9321 HAIRSTON ' S FUNERAL HOME James W. Hairston Seatack Vi rgi n i a Beach , Vi rg i n i a SILVER SLIPPER Dancing Nightly Joe Ruff in, Prop. l8th Cypress Virginia Beach, Virginia HAWKINS INN Phone: ULysses 39754 Special i z i ng in Southern Fried Chicken, Smithfield Ham, and Bar-Be-Cue. Two good places to eat, here and at home. You are cord ially invited to try us and be convinced. Bayside Road Norfol k, Vi rgl nia SeW t Mhe t PRIM VALET SERVICE Archie F. Al len , Jr. Pick-up and Delivery, I Hour Dry Cleaning Service 1 Day Laundry Service and Al terat ions Kempsvi lie, Va . PH: GY 7- , Res. UL 3-9001 SINCLAIR Phone: GArden 8-5581 WHITE ' S Sinclair Service Station 17th Cypress Streets Virginia Beach, Virginia Jimore JJli GOODY- GOODY BARBER SHOP Expert Barbering Special Treatment for Face and Scalp Processing by Bones and Slick B. Lowe, Manager 662 Church Street-Norfolk, Virginia usic TIMBRE MUSIC CENTER Robert K. Hal stead Records-Sheet Mus ic- 1 nstruments Tape Recorders- PI ayers Phone GArden 8-4762 213 25th and Pacific Vi rginia Beach, Vi rginia A SNACK OR A SACK NELL ' S TAKE OUT BAR Mrs. Nellie Sears, Owner l8th Park Ave. Phone: GArden 8-4103 Va. Beach, Va. Specializing Chicken In The Box BYRNES DRUG CORP. Servi ng Aragona Village-Birch- wood Gardens-Thalia Acres Village-Acre- dale-West View-Knob H i 1 1 - I nd ian Ri ver- Kempsvl 1 1 e Area PRESCRIPTIONS .Cosmetics .Toys . Baby Needs. Photo F i n i sh i ng . PI ast ic Stocki ngs . Vet- erinarian Suppl ies Phone: GYpsy 7-3516 Kempsvi lie, Virginia PURE kQRUGS DOUBLE COLA DRINK BIG GIANT COLA Ful 1 16 oz. 711 Pecan Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia BARTEE MOTOR COMPANY New and Used Cars General Automotive Repairing Telephone 2872 SPOHTinG 00D8 " TOf NAMES IN SPORTS " 2310 Atlantic Avemn Virginia Beach, Virginia -:- PHONE GA 8-7571 Fred W. saacs State Representatives Olympic Recondi t i oners Hodgman Florida Sportswear U. S. Divers Wi 1 son Rawl i ngs King O ' Shea Browning Automatic York Barbel 1 s Bi ke Web Co. Heathways Premi er D i str i butors for Bag Boy Southern Mfg. Co. Emp i re Indian Head Shoes Bass U. S. Rubber Post Mfg. Co. Everl ast Dunlop Stanj i an Arlen Trophies Dodge Trophies Gen. Sportscraft Co. F i shi ng Tackl e Ai rondack Hanna Admi ral Jackets Penn Ath Co. TAXI DON ' S TAXI Radio Dispatch 24-Hour Service 705-17th Street Tele: GArden 8-3232 Don Sanderlin, Owner- See Yellow Pages, Virginia Beach Phone Book, Page 169 M S J SUPPER CLUB Specializing In Catering to Bar-Be-Cue Banquets Steaks Weddings Chicken Parties Live Entertainment Wed. , Fri . , Sat. , and Sunday Evening MRS. MARY J. HYMAN, PROP. FLOOR SHOW ON WEEK-ENDS MUSIC BY BOBBIE NICHOLSON AND THE SWING BLUESMEN Twentieth Street, Extended Tele: GA 8-9786 INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS Publishers — Manufacturers Yearbooks — Yearbook Covers Diplomas — Graduation Announcements Factory — Home Office Kansas City, Mo. U.S.A. .T BOICE STUDIOS VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.


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