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Show Hide text for 1965 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1965 volume: “ I TH i i TIGER - THE I G E R 96 UNION KEMPSVILLE VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. ■ dedication President John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1917-1963 ' His bright light will forever illuminate the world and hearts of men. foreword The great work of John Fitzgerald Kennedy as a champion of liberty and free- dom for all people has been indelibly written in the scrolls of time and the hearts of mankind, even into unknown generations . They, too, will catch the bright light of his torch in its truest reflection and illuminate the nation and the world. We hope that scenes captured within the covers of the 1965 TIGER will bring forth pleasant memories in the future years and serve as inspiration to keep the bright torch burning. table of contents Administration Faculty Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Initiates Activities Organizations Athletics Advertisements Patrons ■W .4 ' ' . J principal ' s message I congratulate the members of the graduating class for having successfully attained their high school objectives. It is hoped that the training and expe- riences acquired during their secondary school career will enable them to face -up the issues, and accept the challenges that lie ahead. I commend the loyal, faithful, and understanding parents of the Class of 1965. The sacrifices that they have made to assist these graduates in their achievements are invaluable. During a short span of study at Union Kempsville High School you have received ths final touches of a widely experienced and competent faculty. With masterful strokes and perseverance, the staff has sent forth another citizen 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 recorded high-lights of the fleeting moments of your high school days. May they serve as loving ties between you and your friends at Union Kempsville High School, your Alma Mater. principal Mr. J. V. Boykin assistant principal Mr. D. E. Morgan - english Miss H. L. Goodman Mrs. B. A. Rasberry Mr. R. C. Setzer Miss R. A. Perry Reading, writing, speaking and listening are the four main streams of communication within the hu- man family regardless of racial identity or national origin. Whether the avenue of communication be physical or mechanical, one of the four main streams must be employed for the smooth and successful operation of communication. Mr. W. Daniels 10 english Miss E. E. Morcan Mrs. L. C. Harold Mrs. A. A. Durban Mrs. E. W. Smith The Teachers of English at the Union Kemps - ville High School are " pooling " their efforts to help their students READ with understanding; WRITE with purpose, power, and organization; SPEAK with clarity; and LISTEN for knowledge and comprehension. Mrs. D. W. Knox On Leave of Absence 11 social studies Mrs. J. W. Jones History Mrs. L. H. Carter Social Studies Miss A. L. Alston Social Studies Mr. W. J. Watson History The Social Studies in the Union Kempsville High School compose a field of closely related subjects that deal with human relationships . Basically, this field includes Geography, History, Government, Civics, Sociology and International Relations. We believe that the social studies should aid in the development of such attitudes as respect for individuals, belief in democratic processes and rational solutions for social problems. Mr. J. H. Finney Social Studies 12 social studies Mr. R. H. Greene History science Mr. J. L. Perry Physics " I am a part of all that I have met ... " The Science Department of Union Kempsville makes every effort to develop each student as a fulfillment of the above quotation, by offering a program diversified enough to meet most of the needs and desires of most of our students . That each student may be made aware the past, part of the present, and help in the development of the future, is the aim of all in the Science Department . Mrs. O. W. Walston Chemistry Mrs. M. C. Allison Geography 13 science Mr. A. Young Science Miss J. L. Carter Biology Mrs. J. H. Stephens Biology Mr. C. A. Willis Biology 14 mathematics Mrs. E. D. Reid Algebra Miss O. F. Daughtry Mathematics Mrs. B. M. Robinson The Mathematics Department of the Union Kempsville High School consists of those course units of instruction and activities designed to con- tribute to the common and specialized Mathematics needs of secondary school students. The depart- ment strives to develop (1) Understanding, ac- curacy and facility in the fundamental process of computation; (2) the ability to use the problem - solving method in all situations; and (3) an understanding of the nature and structure of mathematics so that students can apply it . Mr. A. L. Weston Trigonometry Mr. C. K. Wilson Mathematics 15 foreign language Mrs. M. B. Patterson Spanish Mrs. B. H. Greene French Mrs. J. O. Siler Business Education Within the ever narrow- ing boundaries of the world, it has become evident that the ability to speak a language fluently, intelligently, and confi- dently is not only an ad- mired accomplishment but a definite necessity. business education Instruction (and experiences) in the field of Busi- ness Education is primarily to enable the present- day student and tomorrow ' s adult to function more adequately as a citizen in our democratic and eco- nomic society; to facilitate the growth of the student so that he develops competency; and to prepare those students who wish to further pursue the intricacies of the business world by studying the various phases of business on a higher level. Mrs. L. H. Reid Business Education 16 physical education Mr. C. I. Siler Coach Mr. J. Goss Coach Mrs. R. H. Brown Physical Education in our school program serves to provide opportunities for the normal physical growth and development of all pupils through all types of wholesome activities . Attention is given to the development of social and emotional qualities which contribute to mental and physical health. Driver education, a part of the physical educa- tion program, teaches the students to use motor vehicles with responsibility, safety, and efficiency. Mrs. D. W. Nance 17 physical education Mr. J. Dardcn Coach Mr. C. L. Harvin Coach home economics m • The purpose of Homemaking Education in the Union Kempsville High School is to help students put home economics activities in their parental homes and to prepare for establishing their own homes in the future. 10 vocational education Mr. A. H. Woodhouse Industrial Arts Mr. H. L. Robinson I.C.T. Mr. H. L. Valentine Agriculture Vocational Education is an integral part of the general education program of all youth; its in- struction shop work provides all youths with sound educational experiences that contribute to the satisfaction of their purposes, needs, and wants by offering those learning experiences which assist boys and girls in understanding the indus- trial and technical aspects of modern industry. Mr. J. R. Hassell Mechanical Drawing 19 art JmSm Mrs. I. C. Wilson The main objective of the Art Department is to effect the integration of Art with the total school curriculum . We further aim to provide for the specific needs of students with special interests and aptitudes in order that they may reach their highest level of achievement . Mrs. R. L. Allen Choir Music music The Music Department of the Union Kempsville High School provides opportunity for enrichment in the areas of choral music and band. It also provides opportunity for community music education through its annual spring and winter concerts . Competitive experiences are provided through the participation of the band choir in Regional and state music Festivals held in various Virginia cities dur- ing the school term . Mr. R. A. Reid Band 20 Mrs. J. P. Robinson librarian The Library exists to make materials of learning available to the faculty and students here at Union - Kempsville High School. Books and all forms of audio- visual aids are housed in the library which is striv- ing to reach its fall status as the " nerve center " of the school. clerks ft Mrs. V. M. Haynes Mrs. P. T. Young V . ' fw Mrs. B. W. Gregory 21 guidance Mrs. M. B. Brockett Mr. R. L. Gordon Guidance services, as applied in the Union Kemps - ville High School, are thought of as organized ac- tivities designed to give systematic aid to pupils in solving their problems and in making adjustments to various situations which they must meet. These activities assist each pupil in knowing himself as an individual and as a member of society; in making the most of his strengths and in correcting or com- pensating for weaknesses that interfere with his progress in learning about occupations so that he may intelligently plan and prepare for a career; in learning about educational opportunities available to him; and in discovering and developing creative leisure interests. 22 « Clarence Nelson, Jr. Class President Captain Football Team, Track, Debating Club . Ambition: Social Worker Jackie Thurman Hill Football, Choral Music, Sport Club . Ambition: Engineer Earnestine Lindeel Smith Drill Team, Spanish Club, Student Council. Ambition: Laboratory Technician class officers Jacqueline Lapaze Carter Y-Teens, Xinos, Modern Dance Club. Ambition: Business Education Regina Jones Xino, Music Club, Sports Club. Ambition: Elementary Edu- cation Harry Robinson Basketball, Drill Team, Football. Ambition: Civil Eng . Shirley Goodman French, Tri Hi Y. THE " TIGER, " Stud. Ambition: Bus. Ed. Co. Claretha Ashby Popular Dance Club THE " TIGER. " Ambition: Business Ed. 24 Marvenia Allmond Xinos, French Club, Modern Dance, Hi -Lighter ' s Staff. Ambition: Elem. Ed. Prezillia Elliott Xinos, Cheering Squad, Y-Teens, Hi -Lighter ' s Staff. Ambition: HEP.E. Ruth Harold Nimmo Xinos, Tri-Hi-Y, Hi- Lighter Staff. Ambition: Bus. Sec. seniors Jessie Ashby Football Team, Track, Boys ' Drill Team. Ambition: Draftsman Gloria Askew Sports Club, Cheerleader Ambition: Military N. Barbara Jean Barber Alberta Barnes Tri-Hi-Y, Drill Team, Sports Club. Ambition: Social Work. Raba Andretta Bass Xinos, Y-Teens, Majorette . Ambition: X-Ray Tech. 25 Brenda Hope Belle Y-Teens Music Club I.C.T. Ambition: Physical Therapist Wallace Bradford Varsity Sports Club Ambition: Paratrooper Bobby Breathwaite Varsity Band, Basket- ball, football, baseball Ambition: Lawyer seniors Clevean Bryant Hobby Club Ambition: Lawyer Juanita Caffee French Club, Sport Club, Girls ' Drill Team Ambition: Social Worker Alice Patricia Carroll Sports Club, Spanish Club, Girls ' Drill Team Ambition: Joan L. Cason Xino, Dramatic Club Modern Dance Club Ambition: Beautician Russell Cason 26 miss homecoming MISS MARILYN JEAN LEWIS SENIOR CLASS " »-v ' Gayle Faye Cheeks Xinos, Y-Teens, Choir, Drill Team. Ambition: Phys. Ed. Peggy Ann Cheeks Xinos, Choir, Sports Club, French Club. Ambition: Secretary Rosa Bernice Cornick Cheerleader, Xinos, Scholastic Team, Honor Society. Ambition: Lab. Tech. seniors Wilhemena Naomi Cornick Xinos Club, French Club. Ambition: Teaching Thomas Cuffee Sports Club. Ambition: Brickmason Xtl Raymond Foster Davis Student Council, Scholastic Team, National Honor Society. Ambition: Math. Clara Dreuitt Mod. Dance, Drill Team, Sports Club. Ambition: Elem. Ed. Charlie Elliott Sports Club. Ambition: Brickmason 28 Daniel Maurice Elliott I. T. C. Club, Sports Club. Ambition: Brickmason Annie Mae Etheridge Drill Team, Tri-Hi-Y, Xinos. Ambition: Elem. Ed. Estelle Etheridge Drill Team, 4-H Club, Sports Club. Ambition: Nurse seniors Wesley Felton Hi-Y Club, Choir, Ind. Arts. Ambition: Sports Patricia V. Ferebee Mod. Dance, 4-H Club, Dramatic Club. Ambition: IBM Oper. Vernon Ferebee Sports Club. Ambition: Movie Star George Fitzgerald Baseball, Basketball, Sports Club. Rufus Goffigan Art Club, Sports Club. Ambition: Artist 29 Dorothy Gordon Sports Club, Camera G Photo Club. Ambition: Registered Nurse Lola Maria Gordon National Honor Society, Student Council, Xino. Ambition: Pediatrician Regina Portia Graham Xinos, French Club, Y-Teens. Ambition: Social Worker seniors Eula Gregory Dramatic Club, Choir, Tri-Hi-Y, French Club. Ambition: Teacher Patricia Gregory Drill Team, New Home- makers Of America. Ambition: Practical Nurse Joyce Loretta Gray Sports Club, Xinos, Modern Dance Club. Ambition: Nursing Maurice Harold Sports Club, Hobby Club. Co-Captain Football. Ambition: Pro. Football Hermon Eugene Haynes Sports Club, Hobby Club, Spanish Club. Ambition: Doctor 30 Doris Jean Hines Xinos, Y-Teens, Mod. Dance, Drill Team. Ambition: Dancer Gladys Mae Hoggany Tri-Hi-Y, Xinos, Band, Choir. Ambition: Music Lenarette Melvene Hoggard Hobby Club, 4-H Club, New Homemakers. Ambition: Elem. Ed. seniors Ulysses Holloman Baseball, Drill Team, Sports Club. Ambition: Electrician Kenneth Holloway Sports Club. Ambition: Auto Mech. Leon Hughes Drill Team, Hobby Club. Ambition: Eng . 31 Ronald Lee Hyman Thomas Lee Hyman Sports Club. Ambition: Teacher Albert Lee James Sports Club, Hobby Club. Ambition: Serviceman Juanita Clara Jefferson Mod. Dance, Xinos, Dramatic Club . Ambition: Biologist Jerry Mae Johnson Drill Team, Sports Club, ICT Club, Music. Ambition: Seamstress seniors Lucy Jane Johnson Mod. Dance, New Homemakers. Ambition: Stenographer Emma Rebecca Jones Sports . Ambition: Secretary Lillian Earsell Jones Y-Teens, Mod. Dance, Majorette, Choir. Ambition: Elem . Ed. Gregory Kiah Lambda Chi, Future Scientists . Ambition: Life ' s Goal April Delores King Xinos, Choir, Mod . Dance, French Club. Ambition: X-Ray Tech. 32 Connie Lassiter Modern Dance, New Homemaker of America. Ambition: Interior Decorator Barbara Sue Lawrence Sports Club, Dramatic Club, Student Council. Ambition: Secretary Virgie Lee Xino, French Club, Drill Team, Dramatic Club. Ambition: Home Ec . Marilyn Jean Lewis Y-Teens, French Club, Xinos. Ambition: Social Worker Sarah Love Drill Team, Spanish Club. Ambition: Beautician June Isabelle King Y-Teens, Music Club, Xinos, Sports Club, Girls ' Glee Club. Ambition: Jazz Vocalist Patricia Knight Xinos, Y-Teens, Music Club, Honor Society . Ambition: Social Worker Mary Rebecca Knight Y-Teens, Xinos, French Club. Ambition: Social Worker Laurice Yvonne Malbon Xinos, Sports Club, Cheer- leader, Future Teacher of Amer . Ambition: Pharmacist Ronald Alexander McCoy Sports Club, Hobby Club. Ambition: Engineer James Mclntyre Hobby Club. Ambition: Policeman Oliver Morgan Sports Club, Lambda Chi, Football. Ambition: Lawyer Carl Moye Sports Club, Football Team . Ambition: Engineer Dorothy Olds New Homemakers of Amer . Ambition: Secretary Carolyn Ann Owens Drill Team, Y-Teens, 4-H Club. Ambition: Nurse Thomas Les Owens Hobby Club. Ambition: Marine 34 Zan Byron Owens Evelyn Pace Barbara Parker Music Club, Sport Club, Dramatic Club. Student Council, Football, Baseball. Ambition: Speech Therapists Dramatic Club, Xinos Club. Ambition: Ambition: Lawyer seniors James Earl Palmer Football Team, Baseball Team, Sports Club. Ambition: Joseph Phillips Dancing Club, Sports Club. Ambition: Social Worker McRay Plummer Dancing Club, Hi-Y, Sports Club. Ambition: Social Worker 35 Ella Privott Y-Teens, French Club, New Homemaker of America. Ambition: Registered Nurse Barbara Roberts Sports Club, French Club. Ambition: John Linwood Robinson Hobby Club, Spanish C. Ambition: Minister David Lee Ross Hobby Club. Ambition: Singer Deloris Rudd Xinos, French Club, Club. Ambition: Home Ec. Art seniors Aaron Bernard Russell Hi-Y, Band, Student Council. Ambition: Ped. Marva Louise Shaw Y-Teens, Drill Team, Mod. Dance. Jesse Franklin Smith Sports Club, Band, Debat- ing Society. Ambition: Politician James Snowden Art Club, Football. Ambition: Ind. Arts Linwood Lee Sprue 11 Sports Club, Baseball, Foot- ball. Ambition: Airplane Elect. 36 it 4? Raymond Stith Art Club. Ambition: Artist Randolph Sumner Sports Club Ambition: Social Worker Selma Thomas Xinos Club, THE " TIGER, " Tri-Hi-Y, French Club. Ambiton: Nurse seniors Jimmie Thompson Girls ' Glee Club Ambition: Beautician Marionette Tillery Y-Teens, Choir, Xinos. Ambition: Biologist Benjamin Turner, Jr. Sports Club, Hobby Club, Art Club . Ambition: U.S. Army Barbara Ann Tynes Xinos, Choir, French, Modern Dance Club, Drill Team, Sports Club. Ambition: Math Science Carolyn Ann Veal Y-Teens, Drill Team, French Club, Modern Dance, Debating Society . Ambition: Elementary Ed. Joyce Naomi Walker Cheerleader, Xinos, Y-Teens, Mod. Dance, Basketball Team. Ambition: Social Worker James Edward White Sports Club, Art Club, Spanish Club. Ambition: Pro. Football Michael Bernard Williams National Honor Society Cheering Squad, Sports Club. Ambition: Lab. Tech. seniors Patricia Williams Xinos, Y-Teens, Choir Majorette. Ambition: Model Elton Wilson Sports Club, Hobby Club. Ambition: Electrician arol Wilson inos, Drill Team, Sports lub. mbirion: Secretary Steve Wilson Football Team, Baseball Team, Basketball Ceam. . Leroy Clifton Woodhouse Football Team, Sports Club, Track Team, Drill Team. Ambition: Psychologist 38 Juanita Woodis Y-Teens, Sports Club, Homemakers of America. Ambition: Nurse William Woodhouse Sports Club, Drill Team. Ambition: Mechanic Beverly Ann Worlds Sports Club, Music Club, Xinos, Y-Teens. Ambition: Elementary Ed. Raymond Jefferson Sports Club, Hobby Club, I.C.T. Club. Milton Wright Hobby Club, Spanish Club, Drill Team. Ambition: Scientific Eng. Robert Lee Willie Sports Club, Hobby Club. Ambition: Electrician John Woodhouse Robert James Sports Club, Hobby Club, Sports Club, I.C.T. Club. I.C.T. Club. Anthony Yarn Hobby Club, Sports Club. Ambition: Doctor 39 SENIORS AT WORK 40 Cynitha Anderson Linda Ashby Carolyn Ames Mamie Artis Betty Bailey Inez Bailey Delphine Baker Charles Ballard Florence Barnes William Battle Helen Beary John W. Beary Ida Benjamin Cynthia Boone Welton Braye James A. Bridgers Connie A. Brinkley Pattron L. Bronson Arkansas Bryant Courtney J. Butts 42 Wilmus Burden James Belin Betty Berry Maude M. Barber Robert Brown Roosevelt Cornick Jeanette Cornick Stella Cason Frances Cherry Margie Cason John Cherry Bernadine Cornick Rosa Crumble James Coston Katheryn Cowell Carolyn Cross Abraham Cason Albert Cooper Annie R. Cherry Ogie Clayton • ATk 43 David Capps Phyllis Davis James Davis Shervett Daughcry Ella Davis Robert Davis Mary F. Dozier Gloria Dunbar Percell Freeman Celestine Fitzerald Linda L. Foreman Johnnie Evans Rufus Eure Earnest L. Etheridge Ebron Eula Elizabeth Godfrey Alexander Gregory Janice Gordon Lydia J. Goffigan Beverly Grimstead 44 Griffin Harriet J . Grimstead William Gould Hazel Gregory Carolyn Gray Annie Ho How ay Micheal T. Hobbs Stephen L. Marion E. Gregory Harris Hattie Harris Virginia Harris Ronald Harris Garland Holden James Higbter Marionette Huges Bernard E. Hanson David Holloman Fredia M. Harvey Robert Holloway Kevin Hawkins Carolyn 45 Carolyn Holloway Dennis Haynes Marguerite Harper Sandra A. Hoggard Joan Johns McArthur James Larry James Mildred D. Jones Mary L. Jones Hazel J. Joseph Mary E. Ivery Harvey Joseph Carolyn Jones William Johnson Cston Jones Mary Johnson Joyce Jones Simuels Johns Nannie Johnson Daniel F. James 46 Alice Jones Mary Mayfield Ann McCoy Lorraine Mitchell Ralph Moore Murphy Deborah Beverly Newsome Thomas Owens Ronnie Owens Charlie Parker Betty Perkins Deloris Perry John Petty Ella J. Phillips Raymond Price William Price Leroy Privott Barbara Owens Helen Owens Willis Owens ▲Tk 47 Kimble Ethaleen Raymond King Arthur Knox Annie Lindsey Cornell Little Paul Lamb David Langley Sandra Lewis Kermit Matthews Jerry McCants Betty Moore Jacqueline Murrell John Munden Calvin L. Phillips Mary Re id Jacqueline S. Re id Clyde Riddick Patricia Ridley Daisey Russell Cylester Shaw 48 Agustus Smith Carolyn Smith Claretha Smith Richard Smith Thaddeus Smith Allen Sneed Walter Snowden William Snowden Ray Spain Pauline Stevenson James Somerville Robert L. Tabron Gloria Turner Jessie Tyler Anthony Tyson Audrey Williams Mary William Barbara William Stanley Wills Jean Veasy 49 Evelyn Simmons Betty Walker Mary Ward Catherine White Audrey White Stella Whitehurst Deloris Whitehurst Diane Whitfield Anna Wiggins Jane Wiggins Madie M. Wilder Adreanne Williams Carthious Williams Elisha Willie Emuel Willie Yvonne Willie Gloria Wilson Shirley Wilson James Wood Roscoe Woodhouse 50 Bernadine Woodis Tyrone M. Woodis Lenard T. Wright William Wright fv Lucas Jones 51 Parlez-vous Francais? Third-year French students. Jacqueline Murrell, Ernest Etheridge, Barbara Owens, Ernest Plummer, Courtney Butts and Lucas Jones; J uniors pose in front of campus. Junior officers . . . SITTING: Lorraine Mitchel, Cynthia Boone, and Beverly Newsome. STANDING: Carolyn Ames, Michael Holloway, Robert Harvey, president; Cynthia Anderson, James Somerville, Lydia Goffigan. Bernard Hughes, Ray Spain and Carolyn Ames doing research work. « ■ A mm tWT ' -- v JW«iii ■tf V ' .♦J .—.j - , ••A. • CO- 3 F. Bailey D. Breathwaite L. Conley D. Didly V. Fentress W. Gatlin F. Gregory C. Harris R. Harold M. Hawkins I. Jackson A. Joyner E. Joyner J. Keeling S. Mayfield M. Privott J. Riddick J. Rudd S . Knox J. Smith E. White L. Wiggins S. Wilson A . Barnes Al4 E. Cason L. Cuffee R. Cuffee P. Cherry E. Hoggany T. Johnson B. Lewis P. Mitchell L. Moore A . Owens B. Smith E. Johns C . Parson C. Smith J. Davis D. Wiggins S. Butts R. Christian S. Cowell S. Diggs F. Dozier M. Jackson R . Johnson A . Joyner G. Ashby M. Barham M. Baxter S. Brockett J. Caffee J. Carter C. Cason L. Cooper C. Davis C. Davis E- Fentress J. Ferebeee C. Foreman P. Harrison M. Holley B. Holloway D. Jones G . Jordon B. Keyes A. Lamb P. Lambert F. Meloin H. Mitchell L. Moore T. Nelson B Olds C. Reid F. Riddick J. Robinson J. Skinner J. Smith F. Taylor S. Troutman D. Turner L. Vicker J. Walke L. Watkins G. White J. White R. Whitehurst R. William R. William W. Williams E. Willie D. Wilson S. Winston G. Worlds Q. Worlds C. Allen E. Allen L. Ames F. Carter B. Cason C. Copeland D . Ebron R. Floyd J. Foreman M. Foreman L. Goffigan S. Griffin D Grimstead E. Hargrow C. Harold N. Harold B. Hassell H. Herbert L. Jeffries B. Johnson K. Johnson B. Lewis L. Malbon C. McClee ft E. McCoy R. McCoy N. Nicholas C. Nimmo B. Olds W. Perry D. Petty M. Russell J. Shaw L. Williams L. Willie R. Wilson 56 E. Albritton S. Bailey R. Baker G. Blount J. Butts K. Boggs L. Boykins S . Brow n D. Burgress R. Davis J. Bowe L. Butts J. Brinkley A . Broadnax C. Didly G . Davenport A. Davenport S. Eure L. Evans J. Etheridge D. Ebron C. Freeman D. Foreman D. Foreman R Freeman T. Freeman A. Freeman R. Floyd E. Gray A. Gay B. Garner Y. Hill M. Haynes D. Holmes M Hinton R. Jones F. Jones T. James R. Lewis J. Lee J. Mum ford D. Mitchell M. Kent J. Nimmo B. Nelson G. Pace I. Roberts . M. Riddicks C. Reid H. Simmons Y. Snow den B Snow den S. Smith E. Smith C Walker B. Wilson J. Williams J. Woodhouse A. Uzzle W. Yarn M. Albrin M. Babbs L. Beary J. Boone L. Boone A. Burford A. Bridges C. Carter E. Cason E. Cason J. Cason L. Cooper M. Cooper G . Cross C. Cornick R. Cornick E. Coston R. Coyner D. Etheridge C. Franklin S. Harris J. Hawkins S. Herbert W. Hodnett B. Hoggard G. Hogue W. Holloman W. Jones R. Joyner S. Kellam M. Knight C. Lawerence H. Liverman J. Mason D. Michell A . Morris C. Owens L. Perkins F. Price H. Price R. Rainey B. Riddick G. Sears B. Skinner A. Smith J. Smith Y. Smith W. Spence S. Spencer L. Toran D. Washington B. Whitehurst B. Williams C. Williams J. Williams M. Williams G. Williams C. Wilson ML i HT w I " " " «fcai 1 S|L f Wl W rl k 1 D. Davis V. Davis M. Foreman W. Foreman R. Gordon D. Harrison F. Hawkins C . Hoggard R. Jones D. Moore A . Owens S. Owens P. Phillips M. Riddick R. Stephens D . Turner J. Turner V. Tyler C. Williams R. Williams W. Wilson D. Woodhouse J. Woodhouse R. Wright initiates J. White L. White L. Williams S. Williams 60 J. Anderson H. Bailey S. Bailey D. Barnes W. Benn B. Bernett A. Brown D. Brock V. Butts A. Caffee E Cuffee L. Cason G. Cason L. Cason D. Creekmore G. Degnet S. Dozier D. Dunbar J. Etheridge S. Barge H. Filmore M . Foreman R. Freeman A . G re gory E. Grimstead B. Harris I. Harold E. Hawkins B . Holloman F. Hollow ay M. Hyman J. Hyman B. Mclntyne P. Haynes G. Jackson J. James D Johnson D . Johnson R. Johnson R. Knight B. Mack R. Marsh W. Mason R. Miller W. Mills M. Mitchell H. Owens S . Palmer D. Peebles M. Perry H. Phillips J. Phillips T. Redd W. Riggins T. Robinson A. Rouse E. Rudd P. Scott J. Selby L. Skinner T. Albritton E. Alexander J. Askew S. Baxter F. Beale H. Billups C. Bisco L. Bly P. Bly R. Bly W. Brown J. Cherry J. Cuffee J. Dewitt L. Elliott M. Etheridge J. Fitzerald L. Fletcher L. Foreman C. Gregory C . Harold N. Harper J. Herbert M. Hinton E. Hoggrow J. Hollow ay O. Hyman B Kelly T. Kimble E. Johnson D. Jones B. Lamb J. Lamb D. Macer G. Macer P. May field C. Murphy C. Parker M. Parker J. Riddick J. Robinson J. Rouse J. Skinner E. Smith D. Smith S. Smith L. Sneed D. Snowden J. Tabron M. Taylor E. Thorpe L. Uzzle G. Watkins D. Waters D. Wiggins J. Williams R. Williams R. Williams G. Wood M. Yarn s. Banks L. Bazemore C Bernard c Breathwaite R Bridges L. Brinkley M ■ Brockett B. Cason H Cason D Clayton J Corprew G Cos ton A Cross S. Cuffee R Dailey J- Davis D Elliott O Evans S. Fontinello R Gatlin E. Gilchrist R Hawkins E. Hunley D Johnson E. Jones B. Kelly S. Lawerence H. Lawerence M Lindsey S. Mayfield J- McCoy M McMickel C. Murphy C. Neal F. Neal W Olds E. Owens L. Peebles L. Powell G. Ricks M Sumner R. Riddick D. Robinson S. Snow den H. Speller G. Stevenson J- Trotman J- Tyler J- Tynes E. Vaughan C. Williams E. Williams G. Williams M. Williams S. Williams L. Williams L. Willie A. Wilson J- Wilson J- Wilson homecoming 1964 ABOVE: Marilyn Jean Lewis, Miss Homecoming 1964, being crowned by Patricia Ferebee. ABOVE RIGHT: MISS HOMECOMING as she was escorted to the field by Anthony Yarn. BELOW: Earnestine Smith, Attendant. BELOW RIGHT: Attendants, Lillian Jones, Patricia Ferebee; Miss Homecoming; Earnestine Smith, Attendant. Group of students relaxing on campus. YEARBOOK STAFF at work! FIRST ROW: Selma Thomas, Ruth Niramo, Joan Johns, Clare tha Ashby. SECOND ROW: Shirley Goodman, Editor; Beverly Grimstead, Asst. Editor; Prezillia Elliott. THIRD ROW: Jean Jones, Bernadine Cornick. Going home time 68 Some industrious seniors " bone " up on their studies. The school choir, with Mrs. Allen directing, entertains at a chapel assembly. Lunchtime at U. K. 69 Grandma tells off a relative in " GRANDMA ' S BEST YEARS " Seniors ' Class Play, 1964. Dona tori um . . . " CLASS NIGHT 1964 " Deloris Rudd tearfully emotes in " DRAMATIC CLUB ' S INDUCTION PROGRAM " Fall, 1964 Members of Dramatics Club in skit on " INDUCTION PROGRAM " Fall, 1964 Moments of distraction . . . Miss Naomi Esther Doles who is an African Missionary in Liberia, signs autographs for students after chapel program. Mr. Boykin, our principal, caught while thoughtfully giving final approval to candidates for graduation . . . 71 Rev. M. R. Boone giving Thanksgiving Message . . Mr. Joe Echols, coach, Virginia State College Norfolk Division, delivers main address on Awards Day at U. K. Spring, 1964. Below: Mrs. Myrtle Craw- ford, Public Relations Per- sonnel of Norfolk Alumnae Association of Fisk Univer- sity, presents a Certificate of Honor to Mr. Boykin for having graduated a student enrolled at Fisk University in the Freshman Class. This student, Miss Jesse Sydnor, made the dean ' s list as a freshman. Shown with Mr. Boykin and Mrs. Crawford is Mrs. Jesse Sydnor, mother of the honor student. 72 p h y s e d Below: Volley in Action! Above: Drivers Education in action. I n a c t i o n Above: Artificial respiration in action . . . 73 christmas scenes 1964 74 graduation 1964 Above: Dr. L. B. Brooks, Provost, Norfolk Division Virginia State College, delivers main address at Commencement Exercises. Right: Rev. D. P. Felton, Pastor of St. Mark AME Church, Oceana, 1964 Baccalaureate Speaker. Above: A senior receives the long awaited award The DIPLOMA. Right: A serious, but jubilant moment . . . 75 journalism staff Jean Jones, Selma Thomas and Marvenia Allmond prepare the lay-out mats for the " 1965 TIGER. " Joan Johns and Bernadine Cornick double -check each page and en- velope in preparation for shipment. 76 n G A P HV Hk W M Ml N 1 H A Z MtM • ■ II k HI A Kaw V flB H T I J . 1 kJ J l l 1 1 B H L J| Oi N presenting the clubs OF union wmm ' Our clubs are the backbone of our school. 78 K ; :( i ■ ; •■ ' •• ' r- ' i - rs- .. . ' fj r, •W. ? l y ■ ■ -■;. •.■ ■■;•■ ■VV ' r T r r f I i ' The pursuit of unique hobbies is the aim of this group. " hobby club 80 girls ' club The Girls ' Club strives to develop moral, mental, and material growth among its members. The " Johnson Girls, " shown below, campaigned for Presi- den t L. B. Johnson in 1964 and actively participated in the welcome of Mrs. L. B. John- son to Norfolk during the presi- dential campaign. 81 82 drill team performers, all the dramatic club fi -■ . •- 83 industrial arts club Building skills and character is the goal of the vocational training clubs . We believe in immediate application of all skills learned. Membership in either of these clubs fosters that belief. 84 science club ' From experiments come . . . new inventic n.f.a. New Farmers of America 85 future teach xin BACK: Wilhemena Cornick, Marvenia Allmond, Jeanette Cornick, Jean Jones, Prealla Elliott, Jac- A D VI STANDING: Mr. C. A. Willis, Mr. J. L. Perry. SEATED: Mrs. B. M. Morgan, Miss H. L. 86 ers of america os queline Carter, Linda Cooper, Brenda Has- sell, Bernice Cornick, Beverly Grimstead, Maria Gordon. S O R S Goodman, Daughtry, Durgan. Miss O. F. Mrs. A. A. 87 88 bachelors off.t.a. FRONT: James Somerville, Raymond Davis, Robert Harvey, Michael Williams, Michael Holloway, Oliver Morgan. BACK: Mr. J. L. Perry, John Robinson, Celester Shaw, Clif- ton Baxter, Ronald Harris, Mr. C. A. Willis. Anthony Yarn, Thaddeus Smith, Jackie Hill, James Snowden. Below: The Bachelors are pictured at their Christmas Party. 89 musicj music music! Mr. Roy A. Reid, Band Director, poses with mem- bers of the varsity band in the school stadium. attention of her choir members as they perform. 91 le cercle francais Le Cercle Francais is for the purpose of promo- ting interest in the French language, French people and their culture. Students read letters from their French correspondents, listen to French music (from the classics to modern jazz) play games, see movies about France and occasionally present a French play . 92 debating society La Logica (The Debating Club) Here is a thing which I would willingly have you agree, that is, dispute and not to quarrel; for friends dispute between themselves for their better instruc- tion, and enemies quarrel to destroy one another. -- Plato " Principles have no real force except when one is well fed. " Mark Twain 93 new homemakers © ICES . W YOU CUT our Jo CREED We, the New Homemakers of If there is kindness There will be beauty If there is beauty in There will be harmony If there is harmony There will be justice If there is justice There will be peace 94 of america America, believe that and truth in the heart, in the spirit. the spirit, and love in the home . and love in the home, in the Nation. in tne Nation, in the world. fe i it « • i " •■ ' »♦« « 95 SPORTS CLUB The SPORTS CLUB is ever striving to promote good sports- manship among the student and lending to the athletic teams moral and financial support in their contests . 96 FRONT: Coach Siler, S. Wilson, B. Nelson, C. Nelson, Jr. , J. Petty, C. Moye, K. Holloway, M. Harold, R. Cornick, J. White, R. Harris, Coach Darden. 2nd ROW: Coach Setzer, J. Bowe, M. James, R. Cooper, L. Woodhouse, C. Baxter, J. Palmer, J. Snowden, R. Smith, T. Free- man, Coach Harvin. 3rd ROW: Trainer C. Harris, R. Goffigan, W. Owens, W. Price, L. Floyd, R. Harold, M. Hawkins, R. Harv ey, K. 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