Virginia Beach High School - Hurricane Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA)

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' -. gg., -v , VOLVIII - VIRGINIA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Virginia Beach,Virginia " I Editor Betty Grace Smith I Business Manager Mary Randolph Maddux THE HURRICANE ADMINISTRATION FACULTY ACTIVITIES SPGRTS FEATURES CLASSES 2 Y 1 1961 PRESENTS 15 23 51 75 85 3 With mixed emotions, seniors Karen Schneider, Linda Armstrong, Joan Robin- son, Frank Blanchard, Betty Wright, and Mary Maddux enter the school audi- torium as students for the last time. THE YEAR TO COME OUR SCHOGL Mr. Davis discusses student projects with students and parents at the Open House. I I Nr ,ai 441 4 spring 559. 1 x l These beautiful robes, shown by Reva Keeley, Stella Morris, Betsy Keville, Tar- rell Brennan, Joanne Hurry, and Trudy Kitchin, were given to the school by the class of '60. OUR THOUGHT WILL DWELL BY THE EA Charlene Norton proudly displays her new class ring to Jeri Marshall, Pat Allnutt, Betty Grace Smith, and John Claudy. u 5 Varsity cheerleaders Cindy Hansbrough, Hazel Tucker, Pam Folck, Marilu Jard, Bonnie Bill, Louise Rainey, Debbie Chap- pell, Betsy Keville, Toddy Garrison, Dianne Abbott, captaing Gay Finley and Paula Scarborough stir up Seahawk spirit at an afternoon pep rally. OUR DAYS TUGETHER beniors enjoy the privilege of eating at their own table during lunch. WILL BE GUR 'is QP' fam' .D 'K Queen Gay Finley and her princesses, Ann Stell, Dianne Abbott, Mary Ben Woolling, and Ginny Petty, beam at the crowds who watch the parade. FRIE DS SO TRUE EMORY ' il 1 llc l eeeii -!f- 'J l -. H---H , ., Republicans Bill Rapp and John Claudy debate against Democrats Bruce Fitzgerald and Dave Jones prior to the 1960 presidential election. Moderator Mike Braithwaite and student body president Bonnie Bill look on. Juniors Laura Ketsules and Mike Clark sell Frank Blanchard a mum for his it i- . JL .A , be F i 3 , ,.., . , , W., ,. . .F as "" a -I. date for the Beach Bowl. Captain George Chappell discusses football plays with the head coach, Claude King, and David Jones. O WE WILL JOI A D PRAI E IT Seniors rest weary feet during intermission at 1960 Junior-Senior 8 Fellow students give helpful hints to Reva Keeley, Joan Robinson, and Stella Morris on the location of "victory" posters. N S NG TODAY TO THE SKY This year's Senior class posing as "red devils" won the 1960 girls' Junior-Senior basketball game. Ginger Mathias, Bonnie Bill, Gay Finley, Gay Riera, Dianne Abbott, Mary Ben Woolling, Coach King, Mary Maddux, Betty Smith, Sharon Meredith, Betty Wright. 4 . Y? 1 ,ffl f6W7ZWi7W7 To you we dedicate our 1961 annual. It is a token we present to you for your cooperation in making our school and community a better place in which to live and for your influence and inspiration not only to your teams, but to your classes. Mr. Claude King, we are very pleased with the indi- vidual golf honors you have vvon throughout the area. We all share the state golf championship honors which you and your boys brought to Virginia Beach High School. We are very proud to have you as our head foot- , A is ffug 'z 1 I , LY .t ' H. ball coach. 1 S! l is M ' 15: l l iv vi.. , ,JM " -,gill i -L-fl .fl QE! 5 L., 'ff 'Q 1 if 'E-4. Mrs. Ann King, we appreciate all the extra hours which you have devoted, before and after school, to the cheerleaders. We are especially proud to have you as our annual sponsor, and appreciate all the aid and un- derstanding you have given us in the past two years. IO WN NSW ' 1 1- SCHOOL BQARD Mr. Frank W. Cox Mr. Elmer Tarrall Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Mrs. Mary Ray Mr. K. L. Jard 'il Mr, Fred W, Isaacs Mr. Algy Cohen Mr. Cornelius Owens 12 ., J W was captain of basketball tea n He was commissioned in the U. S. He played service football with Iowa Carolina College voted best Navy in 1943 and served as Welfare Navy Pre-Flight team 1943 Team senior year and Recreation officer on Tarawa, ranked second in the nation, lost only Cuam and Saipan. to Notre-Dame by 14-13 score PRINCIPAL Mr. James A. Johnson, Jr., has been principal of Virginia Beach High School since 1952. He holds a B.A. Degree from East Carolina College and a Masters Degree from the University of North Carolina. He did other graduate work at William and Mary College. He is married to the former Alice Roberson of Hertford, North Carolinag they have three daughters Ruth, Laura, and Jo. Mr. Johnson and family reside at 207 Cavalier Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Mr. Johnson who has been active in civic affairs, is a member of the Virginia Beach Rotary Club and the Presbyterian Church. He loves sports and seldom misses a "Seahawk" con- test. was an amateur boxing champion He was head football coach at East Mr. Frank Cox, Supt. of City Schools picture was taken on Salpall Caiolma College from 1945 to 1949. is shown congratulating Mr Johnson coached a boxing team dur No 29 is Ellis Fearing now football when the school was first accredited War II coach at Churchland High School. in 1954. ADMINISTRATIO Mrs. Margaret J. Jeter Assistant Principal Miss Noelwa Ratcliffe Mrs. Marguerite Shelly Secretary Secretary Mr. Layton House Guidance Counselor E ' so , I it No,,.,, l P i ' A Betsy Darst English B.S. East Carolina College Junior Civitan Ann Powell English A.B. Randolph Macon Woman's College GLISH DEPARTME T Ann King English B.S. East Carolina College' Varsity Cheerleaders J. V. Cheerleaders Annual The English Department had as its pet project this year the compilation of a vocab- ulary handbook for students in grades 10 to 12. Another 'project was the presentation in the spring of a one-act play by each Eng- lish class in grades 9 to 12. -. i. rw-, mar: f. if A 1-"" -- ., L. 1, . i ll' W EQQQHP, 5.3.1--14 .gl .5:f'5'f - .. E' ,f l is lui. I -, 5 5 is 1 i '. 1 . l I! r - .V 5, 1 . .4 X: 4 g-- .51 - ,:. . rw - vi ' il' ,5- ldl? fi , Y Mx 1, ,. , aug I. 'X 1 . ' p ' ', if Mary Jenkins English A.B. University N. C. W. C. Dorothy Robbins English A.B. Randolph Macon Woman's College Forensic Club 5 Senior Blackouts MATH DEPARTME T H. D. Copeland General Mathematics B.S. Wake Forest College M.A. East Carolina College Wheel Club Robert Coulthard Plane Geometry 8: Algebra B.A. Emory dz Henry College M.Ed. University of Virginia Basketball-Football-Tennis This school has both an enriched and accelerated track for the academically talented. Algebra may be pursued in the eighth grade by such students. The senior mathematics is enriched by including the study of trigonometry, solid geometry, slide rule, algebra review and advanced algebra. Each year the Kiwanis Club spon- sors a contest pertaining to mathematical handiwork. Alexander Hood Algebra Sz Physics B.S. U. S. Naval Academy Math Club William Mack Solid Geometry Ka Algebra A.B. St. Johns College B.S. E. E. Catholic University 7 M.B.A. Harvard University S. C. A. I6 3 Q fain Science has been increasingly in the limelight since Sputnik I. In order to fill this need for more and better science instruction, all-students are given a course in general science. Accelerated stu- dents in the eighth grade are allowed to take general science 9. 'Higher science courses are offered in biology, chemistry, and physics with emphasis placed on awareness of surroundings, ap- plications of principles. and independent research. SCIENCE DEPARTME T Faye Dail Science A.B. Greensboro College Junior Class Sponsor Junior Homemakers Club Suzanne Huskey Science Kr General Mathematics " B.S. Wake Forest College Junior Science Club J can J ones Biology B.S. East Carolina College Junior Civitan Mary Jane Turner Chemistry A.B. Goucher College Chemistry Club l7A LA GUAGE DEPARTME T Carlton Rountree English Sz French A.B. Asbury College Future Teachers of America Club Ronald Davis English Sz Latin A.B. University of Wales Great Britain M.A. University of Wales Great Britain Newspaper Journalism Club Highlights of the year in the foreign language department are as follows: the National,-Latin Exams for the top Latin students the breaking of the pinata at Christmas time 1n the Spanish classes, and the correspondence with students in France bv our students of French. . Y , , Y :umm VM, in li Jay Hardison Social Studies-English A.B. William and Mary College M.Ed. William and Mary College Service Club Bookstore SGCIAL SCIENCE ll. " 5 , .gi be B. T. Lindsey History A.B. East Carolina Jane Poindexfer College American Government M.A. East Carolina A.B. Madison College Collexre International Relations Club .I I X, .E 1 Darlene Herman History A.B. Wake Forest College Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y S Charlotte Ramsey History and English A.B. University of Richmond MRE. Southwestern College One Act Play W The Social Studies Department has two goals: C15 to demon- strate the influences that geography, law, political theories, economics, customs, and languages have on our civilization today, and Q27 to prepare the students to take their places as Well-in- formed citizens in our world society. PHYSICAL EDUCATIO Claude King Physical Education Sz Driver Training B.S. East Carolina College Monogram Club-Football-Golf J. V. Basketball The curriculum of the physical education department includes the teaching of individual sports, team sports, co-recreational activities, health education, and driver education. Rose Lambert Physical Education 8: Health B.S. Lincoln Memorial University Girls' Intramurals-Pep Club Carlton Bowyer Health 8z Physical Education A.B. Wofford College Boys' Intramurals-Baseba1l- Basxetball-Football 20 Fl E ARTS Dale G. Browder Band A.B. Wake Forest College M.A. East Carolina Band Club Betty Edwards Librarian B.S. Longwood College l Beta Club X Audio Visual Club I William Miller Choral Music B.M. Shenandoah Conservatory M.A. Columbia University Music Club :W-7 ea Jackie Sawyer N Home Economics Ku Art IV B.S. Longwood College " . Future Homemakers Club L.: K ,. The aims of the Department of Fine Arts are to emphasize the emotional, aesthetic, intellectual, and social Values of music, art and homemaking and to broaden the concept of the arts in life and in the public school. Each year parents, students, and friends look forward to the Christmas music program and the spring Music Festivalg the art exhibits are always in the spotlight during Open Houseg the teach- ers enjoy the teas given them by the home economics students. Claire Cannon Commercial B.S. University of N.C.W.C. Future Business Leaders Club Robert Edwards Shop B.S. Ohio State University Shop Club I DU TRIAL ART James Cook Mechanical Drawing B.S. Universitv Georgia Track-Wrestling- Football Elizabeth Hamrick Typing' Ez Bookkeeping B.S. Wake Forest College Annual The goal of the industrial arts department is to prepare the stu- dents Who graduate each year to place themselves in the business world and start earning a salary for themselves or their family. Not only are the girls prepared to take office jobsg but the boys are prepared for work shops, metal shops, and semi-skilled labor. 22 NBXXWES 2 SAE. . l l COUNCIL Row 1--Col. Mack, sponsor, Elizabeth Todd, Jane Parker, Betsy Kitchin, Carla Cleland, Betsy Keville. Row 2-Marjorie Ansell, Sharon Meredith, Trudy, Kitchin, Debbie Chappell, Dianne Abbott, Bonnie Bill, Betty Grace Smith, Carol Regan, Paul Michael. Row 3-Charlie Brown, Larry Mailhes, Bill Rapp, Frank Blanchard, George Alcorn, Timmy Batchlor. Row 4-Bart Theburg, Buddy Tillett, Chris Han- son, Arthur Slaughter, Gordon Simpson, Tommy Dennis, Punchy Standing, Buddy Williams, Dave Jones, Bobby Ingram. ffieers Decorate Bulletin Board S. C. A. OFFICERS , A tv: 1.1: ., x I N' 1 , 6 . B wc Bonnie Bill, Pres, George Alcorn, V-pres., Sharon Meredith, Treasurer, Debbie Chappell, Secretary. The Student Cooperative Association is an organization established and controlled by the students. It is maintained to encourage honesty, helpfulness, and cooperation be- tween the students and faculty of the school. Each student in school is a member of the S. C. A., and he is represented by the presi- dent of his homeroom. Included on the coun- cil are the editors of the newspaper and an- nual. Bi-monthly the council meets to discuss fits projects and the problems of the stu- ents. Some of the projects for this year were as follows: the Beach Bowl, the Surf Queen Ball, the Clean-Up Campaign, the Educa- tional Forum, Visitation Day, Open House, the Magazine Campaign, Homeroom Christ- mas Baskets, the Telephone Directory, the .Student Handbook, and the Speakers Bureau. We wish to add our word of appreciation to Col. Mack for his endless cooperation and fine work with the S. C. A. I. C. C. Plans Project The Inter-Club Council of the Virginia Beach High School is a segment of the Stu- dent Cooperative Association. It conducts the school club program. There are twenty- two clubs which meet on specified dates throughout the year and conduct business, social, or technical meetings for the enlight- ment and entertainment of the members. No student may belong to more than one club. Each has a faculty sponsor who is re- sponsible for its success. The head of the Inter-Club Council is the president of the S. C. A. assisted by the vice-president. The council itself is made up of the presidents of all of the clubs. Row 1-Susan Mayer, Betsy Gilliam. Row 2-Sue Camp, Frank Blanchard, Bill Reuger. Row 3-Bon- nie Bill, Peggy' Moran, Sarah Killen, Patsy Allnutt. Row 4-George Alcorn, Pat Cherry, Ginny Wood- ward, Touey Snider, Debbie Chappell. Row 5- George Chappell, Pete Holt, Mary Payne, Bill Mercer, Sharon Meredith. Beta Club Taps Members Sarah works on Beta Club project. The Beta Club is a national honor society . "L ,1 - Ir- g - it Q. , Jil, '. The tapping' ceremony A club project this year was the school recognizing juniors and seniors who have handbook for all new members of our school. high academic standing. Leadership, char- The highlight of the year for the Beta acter, and dependability are also characteris- Club members was the convention held in tics of Beta Club members. Richmond. Seated+Miss Edwards, sponsorg Mike Rohr, treas- urerg Virginia Petty, secretaryg John Claudy, vice presidentg Sarah Killen, presidentg Mrs. Turner, sponsor. 'Standing-Carolyn Ansell, Martha Snell', Patsy Allnutt, Carol Gay Rosser, Charlene Norton, Linda Armstrong, Molly Knee, Sharon Meredith, guslan Zehmer, Joan Robinson, Ila Mae Brugh, Bo os er. Jr. Civitan Chooses New Members i . ig. I .Nl Row 1--C. Hansbrough, N. Swertfeger, P. Folck, D. Deskins, A. Kitchin, H. Tucker, P. Scarborough, L. Rainey, P. Sheridan, M. Jard. Row 2-Mrs. Darst, sponsor, M. Newcomb, E. Zegan, T. Falconer, K. Bosher, J. Capps, D. Miller, B. Wright, C. Norton, THE JUNIOR CIVITAN OFFICERS Seated-Frank Blanchard, President, John Dickens, Treasurer. Standing-Betty Wright, Vice-President, Cindy Hansbrough, Secretaryg Buddy Coppedge, Chaplain. 27 Miss Jones, sponsor. Row 3-J. Dickens, T. Snider, B. Rueger, B. Coppedge, B. Grimstead, M. Tynes, J. Gregory, F. Blanchard, G. Wood, B. Rapp, C. McDowell, J. Russell. Row 4-J. Alphin, V. Vanture, R. McDowell, O. Seamans, S. White. The Junior Civitan Club is a civic organi- zation designed to help train young people in citizenship and leadership throughout the school and community. The Virginia Beach club has received the award for the outstanding club in the Dis- trict for the second year in a row. A banquet was given for the new mem- bers, safety stickers Were passed out, fruit cakes were sold, and a convention was at- tended this year by the members. Epsilon Builds Leaders Kneeling - Sponsor, Miss Herman, President, Ginny Woodward. Stand- ing, left-Recording Sec., Mary Ben Woolingg Treasurer, Betsy Keville, Corr. Sec., Sarah Killen. Standing, rillht-Vice-President, Reva Keeley: Chaplain, Lynn Tarkentong Sergeant- at-Arms, Trudy Kitchin. Xl The Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y is a service club Whilch is affiliated with the Y. M. C. A. Its purpose is to promote good Will among the students in the home, school, and community. The members of this club are responsible for the Thanksgiving and Easter programs. It has many other projects for the purpose of raising money for world service. Row 1-T. Kitchin, L. Tarkenton, B. Keville, S. Snellings, S. Lemon, C. Reynolds, C. Erhard, P. Killen, M. Wooling, R. Keeley, G. Woodward. Row 2 Caffey, C. Barco. Row 4-B. Sevier, C. Roberts, S. -H. Gilliam, N. Sharp, B. Bailey, P. Shean, N. Lee, Dollens, B. Morgan, D. Jennings, C. Flora, M. Mer- G. Finley, B. Parnell, B. Cadieux, W. Mote, B. Saw- rick, M. Merrick, L. Stamey. yer. Row 3-L. Gilliam, B. Walthall, B. Berry, G. 28 .MY Tri - Hi - Y Serves School A l " ,. 1.1M 4 i, 1- V President ...... . . . Pat Allnutt Vice President . . . . . . Jeri Marshall Secretary .... ..... C arol Rosser Treasurer .... . . . Julie Hoggard Chaplain . . . .... Marilyn Rice Reporter . . . . . Jackie Degge Defteria Tri-Hi-Y is a club organized through the Y. M. C. A. of Nor- folk. This Christian organization, serves the school and community through many projects during the year. A bake sale and rummage sale were held to finance the sponsoring of a World Service project. lst Row-Jeri Marshall, Susan Zehmer, Donna Mae Larson, Kay Chaplain. 2nd Row- Judy Doss, Sharon Jones, Carol Gay Rosser, Mary Sue Dickerson, Carolyn Harris. 3rd Row-Marilyn Rice, Judy Marcum, Judy Spruill, Shirley Doty, Sharon Meredith. 4th Row-Pat Allnutt, Julie Hoggard, Jackie Degge, Barbara Sergentg Sponsor, Miss Weaver. 29 I. R. C. Wins First Prize Row 1-Susan Bentley, Tuffy Camp, Pat Heishman. Gayle Gerry, Pat Sawyer, Shirley Slagle. Row 4- Row 2-Jim Cason, Katie Fullerton, Jane Keenoy, Joanne Matthews, Harvey Patterson, Ernie Arm- Clara Katsias. Row 3-Ann Hood, Jackie Little, strong, Charlie McDowell, Mrs. Poindexter, Sponsor. The International Relations Club won first prize for the best float in the Beach Bowl parade this year. This is a good beginning for any club. It is the hope of the club that lasting peace can be found between coun- tries and nations. The club is under the direction of Mrs. Jane Poindexter. OFFICERS: Sue Camp-President, Dianne Fisher-V.P., John Alphin-- Secretary, Mary Ann Barton- Treasurer. At left the officers and two members, John Tugman and Barbara Winecoff, discuss plans for the coming' year. BO Row 1-Betsy Gilliam, President, James Capps, Vice President, Tarrall Brennan, Secretaryg Toddy Garri- son, Treasurerg Martha Snell, Chaplaing Sue Rober- son. Row 2- Beverly Coates, Joyce Fitzgerald, Sharon Mansfield, Ginger Mathias, Diane Abbott Nancy Con- nell, Frances Shuff, Susan Lape, Eleanor Taylor, Betty Grace Smith, Linda Armstrong, Pam Miller. Row 3- Maureen Curran, Judy Blum, Cheryl Scruggs, Step- hanie Beegle, Judy Brown, Gay Riera, Stella Morris, Mary Maddux, Celia White, Charlene Norton, Lynn Black, Donna Berkley, Cindy Belcher, Judy Osmond. Row 4-Jay Horton, Bocky Sanderlin, Lucky Martin, J. H. Walker, Joanne Waters, Carolyn Sharp, and Mr. Rountree, sponsor. Teachers of Tomorrow Learn Today The Future Teachers Club is a national organization which seeks to identify capable candidates for teaching and to motivate them to choose appropriate fields of preparation. Each year the local club participates in conventions at state level and raises funds for a scholarship. Future teachers-Martha Snell, James Capps, Toddy Garrison, Tarrall Bren- nan, Sue Roberson, and Betsy Gilliam- learn techniques of teaching from Mr. Rountree, sponsor of the club. , ' lx 31 I llhl Members of the Chemistry Club experiment. Mike Clark, Ronnie Kelly, Arnold Cohen, Joanne Hurry, Gene Donlan, Tim Smith, and Dickie Barrick. Chemists Work For Tomorrow The Chemistry Club was organized for the purpose of increasing know- ledge in chemistry. The club activi- ties run parallel with the classroom work to aid chemistry students. They explore fully subjects in which they are interested. Through experiments, fielditrips, and lectures, they become more acquainted with this science. Mrs. Turner, the sponsor, explains use of the balance to Matt Tynesg Jimmy Allen, vice-presidentg John Claudyg Charlie Reed, sec.-treas.g and Bill Rueger, president. Left to Right-Dicky Dickson, Mr. Hardison, sponsor, Chester Branscom, Wayne Tucker, Bill Goode, Mike Cowain, Richard Deckson, Roger Cornett, Harry Hurry, Puggy Farmer, and Vail Hasson. Service Club Helps School The School Service Club was organized for boys who Wanted to Work in the concession stand during football season. They are a hard-working group of boys who are Working for the betterment of the school. This group is led by a faculty advisor, Mr. Jay Hardison. The purpose of the Dramatic Club is to promote student interest in all dramatic and forensic activities. This year's activities included the one-act play which was presented for competition. Mrs. Ramsey is the club's sponsor. Girls Learn Dramatics lst Row- S. Marr, C. Guy, M. Lape, P. Cherry, P. Stencil, L. Robinson, G. C. Numan, M. Stribling, Crutchfield, S. Dickson, M. Blum. 2nd Row-M. Miss Ramsey, sponsor. Back Row--C. Case S. Ball, Haws, W. Farmer, D. Smithson, S. Van Nostrand, S. Shawcross, J. Blanton, J. Griffin, L. Ball, M. N. Cheshire, P. Napier, L. Wolcott, P. Stear, J. AUHUOHS, S- Ha'-15913 K- 09195611- I-lomcmakers Learn Skills I 4 14 If . 5--.,, Seated-Carol Etheridge, Linda Ward, Pat Shelton, Lucille Rollinson, Mrs. Sawyer, sponsorg Bobbie Wylie, Treas.g Patsy Cartwright, Presidentg Linda Wylie, Vice President. Standing-Glynn Irvine, Diane Shue, Sandy Morgan, Joyce Clanton. ,- ' we li i The purposes of the Future Home- makers of America are to encourage joy and satisfaction in homemaking l and to emphasize the importance of being a Worthy homemaker. The junior organization gives eighth and ninth grade girls a chance to develop their skills, and it pre- pares them for future membership. Both senior and junior homemaking clubs get together. 34 Jr. Homemakers Cook liar bi: . ,. -if 1-"Q if J. Mathias, H. Strotton, F. Perry, S. Ward, P. Noden 1treas.J, P. Davis fPres.D, P Johnstone fVice-Pres.J. 5 Q, Q 0 '01-C S i !X 1 H1 'H W 1 f. - .' nlffwlik-3ffV . r . .- ,,,. . . , J. Lemley, C. Swindell, C. Medas, J. Clifton, N. Helfrich, B. Reed, P. Vakos, Miss Dail, Sp0l'lSOI'. 35 Row 1-Welton, Lewis, Russell, Kest, VVood, Hacker, Butler, Harris. Row 2-White, Ayers, DuBois, Mil- ler, Miller, Robinson, Tepo, Mowen, Bailey. Row 3 -Larson, Walker, Fanney, Runion, Rawles, Baker, Ford, Simpson, Smith. Row 4-Evans, Davenport, Pep Club Bu girls who support our 1 Tumbling Jennings P,arker, Walker, Ragan, Ansell, Davenport Row 5-Exon, Leah, Finley, Shawcross, Curran, Heishman, Buchman, Hammilton. Row 6-Ingram, Christ, Preston, Consteniotis, Edwards, Roberson, Cooper, and Taylor. ilds Morale The Pep Club is made up of eighth grade teams at all games and who encourage school spirit. Club Entcrtains The highlight of the year for the Tum- bling Club was their demonstration for the parents and faculty at the spring Open Row 1-Towle, Grimstead, Barco, Godwin, Mercer, Bowyer, Theberge. Row 2-Pratt, Wilson, Porter, Stivers, Williams, Hooper, Hanes. Row 3-Smithson, Brinkley, Dancy, Hardy, Walker, Williams, Wise, Gallup. Wheel Club Rolls Along 2 fill' ga sr., sz , um'f?"",. mmm- ' .- ii-vm' 4 Si ,, li Fffjj.-4 w,f:1'.iw' fe:g3,, 1' ' gkizri' 151. ,..,, .. Wheel Club officers discuss plans for future. They are George Chappell, Pres.5 Bruce Fitzgerald, Treas.g David Jones, V-Pres., Bobby Bosher, Sec., Butchie Clark, senior board member, and Mike Thomas, Chaplain. The Wheel Club, a junior branch of the Rotary Club, was formed here in 1959 and is the third wheel club in Virginia. The district governor this year came from our club. The purpose of the Wheel Club is to serve the school and community in all ways. Membership is honorary and is limited to fifteen members from each of the three upper classes. lst row-George Chappell, David Jones, Bill Kellam. Gilbert Taylor, Bobby Bosher, Mike Reese. 4th row 2nd row-Sponsor, Mr. Copeland, Tommy Dennis, -Alfred Borum, Butchie Clark, Gary' Williamson, David Helfrich, Buddy Williams, Arthur Rosen- Jerry Walsh, Billy Hubard, Gary Lam, Bob Courain. baum, Bruce Fitzgerald, Tom Ward. 3rd row- Mike Thomas fstandingl. Punchy Standing, Gordon Simpson, Bob Ingram, A W ,M A MAJ ORETTES Shirley Doty, Mary Payne, Judith Ann Hoggard, Mary Ellen Arndt, Wendy Mote, Sharon Jones, Billie Carol Sawyer, Jackie Degge, Carla Cleland. We ima' WOODWIND SECTION OF BAND Row 1-Molly Knee, Clara Katsias, Jerry Medas, Sandra Fer- guson, Georgia Chrisite. Row 2-Peggy Garvin, Authur Rosen- baum, Linda Batchelor, Virginia Ing, David Davies, Carol Smyth. Row 3-Albert Rainey, Phyllis Barrell, Marcia Halstead, Linda Pallett, Tommy Nixon, Janice Baull. ki U I r PERCUSSION SECTION OF THE BAND Row 1-Carol Orrill, Frances Baull, Sidney Du Val. Row 2- Beverly Detwiler, Laurin Potter, Mr. Browder, band director, Lacy Herald, Steve Gallup. WW: In BRASS SECTION OF THE BAND Row 1-Cynthia Godsey, Arthur Slaughter, Bob Ives, Stephen Michael. Row 2--Vic Vanture, Joe Potter, Roger Cornet, Jimmy Clark, Buddy Tillett, David Goheen. Row 3-Sonny Conners, Jimmy Batchlor, Janet Conner, Roy Belcher, Tommy Rice, Clay- ton Taylor, Terry Cooke. Row 4-John Taylor, 'Keith Ryan, Buddy Williams, Ernie Armstrong, Benny Williams, Herman Allen, Chris Hanson. - , ii Jimmy Cross, Eddie Spry, Dick Morgan, Tom Wilkinson, Chip Joslin, Herman Allen, Ralph Allen, Billy Crumpler, Garry Harris, Sewart Beamon, Keith Johnson, David Dod- son. Wesley Crook, Larry Abbott, Michael Gray, Ronald Humphrey, Mr. Edwards, sponsor, Richard Salter, Donald Winz, Phil Simp- son, Douglas Kist, Charles Carter, Kenneth Hill. Kelvin Parker, Charles McGarvy, John Musick, Touey Snider, Homan Walsh, Wil- son Cherry, Terry Wainwright, Miss Ed- wards, sponsor. John Dickens, Advisorg Skeeter Lott, Johnnie Sutton, Doil Rader, Ashley House, Don White, and John Everett. Boys Learn Skills The Shop Club has been very help- ful to the teachers this year. They have made lecture stands and have done quite a few repair jobs. II tudcnts Show Films The boys in the Audio-Visual Club show films to different classes during their study halls. Row 1-M. Knee, P. Barrell, J. Hoggard, L. Batche- lor, M. Payne, L. Herald, J. Medas, G. Christse, J. Baull, C. Smyth. Row 2-L. Pallett, M. Halstead, A. Rainey, B. Tillett, B. Harris, P. Garvin, S. Con- nor, J. Degge, C. Hanson, B. Williams. Row 3-C. 'aa' Orrell, L. Potter, D. Goheen, S. Fugerson A Slaughter, J. Potter, H. Allen, C. Godsey L Ryan J. Batchelor, J. Clark, T. Rice, D. Davies Row 4- F. Baull, E. Duval, V. Vanture, J. Conner Bobby Ives, L. Taylor. Students Join Band Club The purpose of the Band Club is to promote an in- terest in the School Band and in music. The faculty sponsor is Mr. Browder. Science Club Formed The members of the Science Club are interested in furthering their knowledge of scientific matters. Science is an interesting field, and they hope to learn much with the help of their faculty advisor, Miss Huskey. Seated-Jeffery Bowman, Pat Hines, Linda Nelen, nie Johnson, Pete Holt, Jimmy Parker, Larry Whit Bill Holland. Standing--Mary Richards, Miss Hus- ten, Bob Parson, Ward Wood, Eddie Applegate key, Carol Hickey, Linda Allen, Bobby Hughes, Don- Irene Phelps. llllllll-ll Nu. J: A 'Aga Newspaper St First row-Ginger Mathias, Hazel Tucker, Virginia Petty, Frances Price. Second row-Mr. Davis, Tony Ammons, Mike Thomas, George Chappell, Tom Ward, Debbie Chappell, Tuffy Camp, Cheryl Scruggs, Bonnie Bill, Pat Wallace, Martha Snell, John Claudy, John Tugman. Third row-George Alcorn, Butch Clark, Carolyn Sharp, Clara Katsias, Bob Courain. Fourth row-Sharon Meredith, Betty Wright, Gordon Simpson, Jeff Russell. This year's newspaper staff was a big success! They worked hard to publish six issues for our school. The newspaper is a member of the South- ern Interscholastic Press Association and the Quill and Scroll Society. Three members attended the Associated Press Convention in Williams- burg last fall. Members also attended the Business and News Seminar given by the Norfolk newspapers. Typists for the Beachcomber are Phyllis Davis, Jackie Degge and Sue Camp. They have the task . . . . of typing alfarticles for the paper before it goes Editor ..... I ................. Virginia Petty to press' Assistant Edltors .. . Tom Ward, Hazel Tucker Pat Wallace Peggy Moran . . . . George Chappell, Business Editor ................ Circulation Editor ............. Sports Editors ..... V Butchie Clark Art Editor ......... .... S haron Meredith Carolyn Sharp Feature Editor ........ .... Photography Editors ............ John Claudy, Jim Cason Typists .......... . Phyllis Davis, Jackie Degge Sue Camp Head Reporter .................. Martha Snell Reporters .................. Gordon Simpson, Tony Ammons, Bob Courain, Mike Thomas, George Alcorn, Cheryl Scruggs, Clara Katsias. Tuffy Camp, John Tugman, Jeff Russell, Frances Price, Ginger Mathies, Betty Wright, Sandy Lemon, Bonnie Bill. aff Publishes Beachcomber X Editor Virginia Petty has worked hard this year to make the Beachcomber a success. The Feature Department takes a break! Fiances Price Martha Snell Bett Wri ht Sandra The Business Staff gets to work! Row 1-Mr. Davis, sponsor, Pat Wallace. Row 2- John Tugman, Tony Ammons, Jeff Russell, Cheryl Scruggs, Tuffy Camp, Clara Katsias. The Sports Department poses! Ginger Mathias, Gordon Simpson, George Alcorn Bob Courain, Mike Thomas, George Chappell Butchie Clark, Hazel Tucker. l' ' ' I Y g l Lemon, Bonnie Bill, Sharon Meredith, Carolyn Sharp, Tom Ward, Debbie Chappell, Mr. Davis, sponsor, Virginia Petty. v 1960-61 STAFF Editor-in-Chief N , K Betty Grace Smith A or r a no iff, V V 'J lf liga if... I L ff' W" Z 5 H-lg :ff 9 , Yfl t . ,fl . ' B 41 'I Sp0nS0l' Sponsor Miss Elizabeth H f ,W - M- Mrs. Ann King Hamrick Business Manager Circulation Manager Mary Maddux Trudy Kitchin as ' 1 if H , t-'V , .ZS ,. 'I 1, L, if ' l y, U, -fn , 'Mil 1 11' ii: J 71?-F' ' 1 4 J . , ,ll-3' ' L. 'V - Vi L, ft l -- . - y Club Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor Betty Wright Frank Blanchard Karen Schneidr-r K no -ww - ?"". Statistics Editor Photographer Typing Editor Art Editor Joan Robinson John Claudy Linda Armstrong Betsy Keville PRESENTS ANNUAL Charlene Norton, Mike Clark, Tarrall Brennan, Beth Bailey, and Trudy Kitchin, The 1961 Hurricane staff was organized in the spring of 1958. In the fall of 1960 we began to pave the Way for the annual under the guidance of our sponsors, Miss Ham- rick and Mrs. King. Rushing to get pictures taken, identified, and arranged on the layout, and to get copy written required the work of each and every member of the staff. For the fine job of all these editors- and assistant editors we Row 1-Reva Keeley, Stella Morris, Betty Wrightg Row 2-Mike Clark, Betsy Keville, Beth Bailey, Row 3-Charlene Norton, Tarrall Brennen, Linda Armstrong, Row 4-Joan Robinson, Trudy Kitchin, -wk v - li- Reva Keeley, Betsy Keville, Joanne Hurry, Beth Bailey, Jeri Marshall, Patsy Allnutt, Frank Blanch- ard, Joan Robinson, Stella Morris, Betty Wright, Betty Grace Smith, and Linda Armstrong. are deeply indebted. To our sponsors, Miss Hamrick and Mrs. King, we can only give our heartiest thanks and to say Without them We could not have published the annual. The annual staff has thoroughly enjoyed Working on the 1961 Hurricane. We hope that you, the students, are pleased with its results, for only then, will our work be complete. Joanne Hurry, Row 5-Jim Cason, Betty Grace Smith, Row 6-John Claudy, Frank Blanchard, Patsy Allnutt, and Jeri Marshall. ivc"f .' Y' jl', ,, A- litl 9 CHORU PRESENTS l "Beautiful Dreamer" "Maestro"' Each year students and members of the community look forward to the presentations of the Virginia Beach High School Chorus-the Christmas Choral Concert and the Spring Festival of Music. This year they were especially suc- cessful. The new robes added much to the grace and beauty of the group. Our choral director is Mr. J. Wil- liam Miller who has served this school well for eight years. MIXED CHORUS Row 1-Cadieux, Connell, Garrison, Blosser, Finley, Lape, Coyner, French, Durham, Lambert, Brown, Bill, Riera. Row 2-Kay, Marshall, Miller, Keeley, Snell, Chappell, Thomas, Blanchard, Williamson Twisdale, Coppedge, Walker, Walsh, Folck, Hans: brough. Row 3-Morgner, Alcorn, Standing, Ram- sey, Braithwaite, Donlan, Capps, Dennis, Mathias Ammons, Rainey, Falconer. Row 4-Waters, Flora Tarkenton, Mansfield, Rosser, Watson, Jennings Marcum, Matthews, Garrington, Davis, Meredith Stamey, Sharp, Petty, Wallace, Brugh. EASO AL PRGGRAMS BOYS' CHORUS Row ,1-Doug Morgner, Jim Capps, Buddy Coppedge, Burt Twisdale. Row 2-Mike Braithwaite, Russel Ramsey, Steve Standing, Gene Donlan, George Alcorn. Row 3- George Chappell, Mike Thomas, J. H. Walker, Jerry Walsh, Frank Blanchard, Gary Williamson. 'GIRLS' CHORUS Row 1-Cadieux, Chaplain, Walker, Lambert, Key, Blosser, Fantone, Garfit, Brown, Clark, Brugh, Vick. Row 2-Barco, Garrison, Finley, Woolling, Parnell, Keeley, French, Lape, I-Iouser, Camp, Perry, Lee, Mathias, Ammons, Roberts, Dollens, Hooker, Brinkley. Row 3-Merrick, Merrick, Marshall, Miller, Snell, Mansfield, Kay, Coyner, Jennings, Bosher, Falconer, Rainey, Bill, Jard, Caffey, Scarborough, Lape, Ehard, Fulcher, Hansbrough, Folck, Sharp. Row 4-Jenkins, Wylie, Woodward, Rosser, Morgan, Tarkenton, Marcum, Stell, Hershey, Waters, Flora, Matthews, Meredith, Stamey, Spruill, Doss, Davis, Riera, McMillan. h 'W" Q, ' in ,g.-1' I' 47 l', FUTURE JCURNALISTS LEARN TO T WRITE R f l y L as Lift Row 1-Molly Wise, Sharon Nugent, Peggy Morang Row 2-Judy Doubt, Pam Pratt, Blain McCarthyg Row 3-Mr. Davis, sponsor, .Iodine Mayberry, Jan Gustafson, Betty Farley, Janet Nugent. The Journalism Club assisted the newspaper staff this year by Writing articles. Mr. Davis taught the girls the art of fine penmanship. QUILL AND SCROLL SELECTED l 4 8 LETTERME HCLD TDANCE Q' .VE Row 1-Butchie Clark, Harvey Patterson, Mike Thomas, George Alcorn, Jimmy Gregory, Jerry Medas, Tom Ward, Row 2-Frank Blanchard, Tom- my Dennis, Bim Grimstead, David Jones, Jimmy Capps, Lucky Martin, Row 3-Chester Branscom, me iii' A,,.ff ,. David Helfrich, Mike Clark, Buddy Williams, Arthur Rosenbaum, Charlie McDowell, Mike Reese, Row -1 -Bobby Bosher, Jerry Walsh, George Chappell, Pat Ricks, Bob Courain, Bill Kellam, Mr. King, sponsor. The Monogram Club is composed of all the boys who have lettered in a varsity sport. The main project of the club is to raise money to buy sweaters for the new mem- bers and to give trophies to the seniors who have lettered in the same sport twice. The Monogram Club is in charge of all the concessions after the basketball games and dances. One of the big events of the year was the Monogram Dance and the nam- ing of "Miss Monogram". It is hoped that this dance will become an annual affair. The Monogram Club officers pose in the press box. George Chappell, President, Pat Ricks, Vice-Presi- dentg Bruce Fitzgerald, Secretaryg Harvey Patter- son, Treasurer, Jimmy Gregory, Sergeant-at-arms. George Chappell, Butchie Clark, Frank Blanchard, Bob Courain, and John Claudy. Virginia Beach High School was repre- sented by five boys and four girls at the 1960 Boys' and Girls' State. These students were chosen because of their leadership, abil- Standing: Patsy Allnutt, Sarah Killen. Kneeling: Betty Grace Smith, Virginia Petty. ity, and scholastic achievement. The pur- pose of the conference, sponsored by the American Legion, is to teach young leaders about their state government. STUDENTS REPRESENT SCHOGL GIRLS PLAY FOOTBALL This year at the close of the football season a "powder puff" football game was held. The spirited juniors overcame the mighty seniors by a score of 6-0. The powderpuff game was the first held by the S.C.A., and it is hoped that many such games will follow. -1, f.. '. una. -W Y, V ,H H, Go, Team, Go! 2-4-6-Hike! 50 SWS I 1 Y 3 L L T, , .rig "'s I ', . rbi: .D- . N ,. +2-ill: 1, 15. ' 4 ug bf' xxx 5 54 1' f V Wu L f f II! f ' A irffh I . ,r 1 a 'a ,m , 1 V '.Q. 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Row 2 -John Alphin, Skip Blanchard, Dave Miller, Gar Wood, and Eddie Bridges. 3. 1 I ff '- I f . --In ft -'V 7 . - 1,51 , ' 1 'M Wiffffw lex Ends: Row 1-Len Girling, Jay Horton, Bill Russell.'Row 2-David Jones, Tommy Ayres, Bobby Bosher, George Alcorn. 56 SEAHAWK VBVAA sll3'5A 3.x 1' va.,-E Coaches: Claude King, Jiin Cook, 'wi' Centers: Alfred furm 58 HOW DEPTH s,!.F Bob Coulthard, Carlton Bowyer. 'w Rapp rw i 5. VIIQ' A 'WFf'v'f' , lo, s fifffi 1 7 sis. ggi as ig Quarterbacks: Charlie Reed, George Chappell. Halfbacksz Row 1-Pat Ricks, Eric Reese, Ernie Armstrong. Row 2 -Buddy Williams, Mike Reese, Jim Allen. I -a - 1 ' nm - fn M her Fullbacks: Gary Lam, Richard Grimstead. 57 J.V.' S DOWN 2 FOES The J. V. Seahawks began preparation for their first game with thirty candidates vying for positions. Interscholastic competition in football was new to most of the members of the squad. This eager and willing group showed improvement as the season progressed. . 1. 1 ,,i1 X :N 1 '5 B. f: . -Q ,A V' . im W . 4 A i . 'vias-4' . 3, xy :Q ' .QF ,P V A 5 ., - . .p is . - if ' " I T '1 , , , 5-5. I, si Q 3- . 1.1 , 1 ' i . , A b an-T ,H N r 1 4 . ,.:.. n -. , in L-VI' f .ff :Q A. if if-. , , .am , . - - we . ,5 , - , - I V. -'iv ' I . ,AY . ' ' -Q ,M V 1 ff,.fF' 'nkmz I 1, wx . I X . I I 1 ,- VI, ' i' I: 4 -' . R is-.f'1L.il! .1 Row 1-K. Hershey, R. Mercer, J. Tucker, K. Caf- ton. Row 3-D. Johnson, B. Portor, L. Walker, B fey, D. Goheen, Mr. Coulthard. Row 2-B. Duck- Wahab, D. Hardy. Row 4-M. Keville, C. Barco, J worth, T. Barco, W. Kiest, V. Stevenson, T. Tarkin- Jard, S. Strickler, D. Rader. J. V.'s . 0 Deep Creek .... .. . 7 J. V.'s ... . . . 27 n Northampton .... .. ... 26 J. V.'s ... . 7 Princess Anne J. V. ... ... 35 J.V.'s... ...T4 DeepCreekJ.V...... . 0 J- V-'S - - - -- - 13 Norfolk Catholic "B" . . . . . . 20 J. V.'S 13 Princess Anne J. V. .. 33 58 FQOTBALL TROPHIES AWARDED George Chappell receiving Best Back Trophy from Mr. John Tucker of the Virginia Beach Sports Club. Coach Jack Boone of East Carolina Col- lege, our guest speaker, was introduced by Abe Goldblatt, sports writer for the Vir- ginian-Pilot. To finish the evening, mono- Elliott Bridges receiving Outstanding Lineman Trophy from Mr. Fred Isaacs of the Virginia Beach Sports Club. The 1960 football banquet was highlighted by the presentation of awards to outstand- ing players. George Chappell, quarterback and team captain, won the Best-All-Round and Best Back awards. Elliott Bridges was named the Outstanding Lineman of the year. grams were presented to the varsity and junior varsity football players and cheer- leaders. George Chappell receiving Best-All-Round Player award from Clark Chevrolet representative. , Y 1 Q4 .1 1' 1 ,133 .. ' gflrl. hflwiflhgrggs Coach Jack Boone of East Carolina' College addressing the football teams and guests. P. Ricks, G. Chappell, B. Courain, B. Bosher, D. Hel- D. Jones, J. Horton, B. Sanderlin, C. Branscom, M frich, T. Dennis, A. Borum. T. Ward, S. Bryant, Reese, Coach Coulthard. VARSITY SECOND IN REGULAR SEASON The Virginia Beach varsity basketball team, in its fourth year under Coach Bob Coulthard, compiled another enviable record: the Seahawks tied with Deep Creek for sec- ond place-at the end of the regular season. One highlight of the season was the victory over last year's District Champion, South-' hampton, after a brilliant fourth quarter rally by the Seahawks. The Seahawks' first conference defeat came at the hands of Prince George, the team that went on to win the conference cham- pionship. The second defeat came at Deep Creek where a tremendous fourth quarter Mgr. Buddy Williams Sponsored by Ferrell Linoleum and Tile Co. rally by the Seahawks failed to bring vic- tory. The third regular season loss occurred in the final game when Holland scored a big upset over V.B.H.S. In non-conference play, the Seahawks de- feated Oscar Smith, a Group I school, but lost twice to Norfolk Catholic and once to Princess Anne, another Group I foe. Next year George Chappell, the leading Seahawk scorer and team captain, will be greatly missed as will David Jones and Bo Bosher, who also provided the team with many points. Mgr. David Goheen Qi' 1 31 251 A ,. - . M ,gkw W. 3-if . o :elf ,J is I , lx -'mr ,A 'n 1 9, , , 4.5 "' hu Elffma, - .' ti? 9 7.1 T.: N ,NA " fr. H , 'Q S32 V N uf , 4 far ' FL! 1' ' vm x w' ' ,J K, 1? 'vie - ' N " f. 'F - l'4 llbbb ' 'Zh P 'E M4 A' I , E 3-W4 jim-f--w. ., - ,2,, 'Se a-' .. ,J 5 a M 'S I KQ ,1 QW, ,V 4 l N .fr- ' nm' k Y 'ir' 212 wigs'-n M if 1 xi Af 4 745 . GMU! x 'f Ma" 'S " - -mf 11' . .4494 f A 5 :iljfg If THE David Jones FABULOUS FIVE A George Chappell if Bobby Bosher ca Bob Courain Tommy Dennis V. B. 41 Franklin ..... .... 3 5 V. B. 66 Oscar Smith ..... .... 5 3 V. B. 57 Southampton . .... 56 V. B. 53 Norfolk Catholic 57 V. B. 72 Smithfield .... 48 V. B. 66 Whaleyville ...... 57 V. B. 39 Princess Anne .... 79 V. B. 51 Gloucester 49 V. B. 45 Windsor .... .... 4 4 V. B. 62 Deep Creek .... .... 6 4 V. B. 54 Prince George .... 73 V. B. 75 York ........... .... 5 9 V. B. 74 Poquoson ...... .... 5 2 V. B. 61 Norfolk Catholic 86 V. B. 50 James Blair . . . .... 46 V. B. 65 Chuckatuck . . . . . . . 51 V. B. 59 Northampton .... 54 V. B. 64 Holland ....... ....... . 75 JAYVEE U DEFEATED I ' CONFERERENCE Kneeling-Jack Tucker, Buddy Tillett, Ken Caffey, Tommy Tarkenton, Charlie McDowell, Larry Mail- hes, and Eric Reese. Standing-Dempsey Hardy, The "Baby Seahawks" ended the regular season with an impressive record of 16 wins and only 2 losses. They were undefeated in conference play with losses coming at the hands of Princess Anne and Norfolk Catholic. The boys on the squad showed much potential and should develop into tqp-notch varsity material., Dempsey Hardy and Charles McDowell led the Woody jumps Stephen Strickler, Vernon Stevenson, Woody Kist, Tommy Ayers, Richard Neal, and Bill Russell. scoring, but they were pushed closely by Woody Kist and Richard Neal. Bill Russell, showing tre- mendous scrap and rebounding ability, led the team defensively. Tommie Tarkenton and Tommy Ayres were outstanding substitutes, as were Ken Caffey and Steve Strickler. The 1961 team compiled the best Jayvee record in the history of the team! Get those rebounds JV's Scramble For Ball SCORES Franklin ..... Southampton . . . . . . Smithfield .... Princess Anne Windsor ....... . . . Prince George .... Poquoson . . . James Blair .... Northampton . . . . . . Oscar Smith ...... . . . Norfolk Catholic ...... Whaleyville Gloucester .... Deep Creek York Norfolk Catholic Chuckatuck . . . Holland . . 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The Sea- hawks lost two games to both Kempsville andk Barry-Robinson and lost once to Cra- doc . John C. Bradburne V.B. PINS DOW Row 1-Coach Cook, M. Tynes, T. Wilson, B. Dru- Lucky Martin, Gar Wood, E. Armstrong, A. Michael, lew, B. Williams, R. Haynesg Manager, D. Glo- P. Michael. wakey. Row 2-M. Haynes, A. Rainey, Co-Captains: With only one returning letterman, the Seahawk wrestlers finished the 1961 season with a 3-6 record. The team defeated 'Prince George twice leach time by a large marginj and downed Oscar Smith once. The lower weights showed considerable strength and accounted for the majority'of the points. Co- Captain Lucky Martin Qwith a 7-2 recordl, Andrew Michael 16-25, and Albert Rainey Q6-25 were the "big guns" for the Seahawks. V W . , . if - vi Q- , -131 ,hfna .1 Q K id. 7 , .1 ,IQLFE-Kia A-If 'S' . ...V , . , Pair' . ' f, - - ' 'f ' Martin wins again In the heavier weights Buddy Williams Q3-35 and Co-Captain Gar Wood Q4-4-15 compiled the best individual records. Only three wrestlers - Harvey Patterson, Tim Smith, and Robert Drewlow-will be lost by gradua- tion, so the "grapplers" are anticipating a bright 1962 season. SCORES V. B. 18 Norfolk Academy . 31 V. B. 25 Norfolk Catholic .. 29 V. B. 24 Oscar Smith .... 23 V. B. 22 Oscar Smith .. 24 V. B. 5 Wilson ....... 45 V. B. 19 Norfolk Catholic .. 21 V. B. 55 Prince George . 5 V. B. 45 Prince George 15 V. B. 15 Norfolk Academy .. 41 THREE VICTORIES M1 45, 'Ag NM, ,. ., ,nl :imgw ff'-M. nf ' ' , . 4 ,,....-....nggf:n , -,-' 'WL' ri! U in V Williams goes for pin Haynes gets the takedown Row 1-Manager, D. Glowakey, T. Smith, F. Pa- V. Drinkwater, B. Grimstead, B. Mercer, B. Drink gonis, H. Patterson, V. Hasson, C. Woods. Row 2- water, K. Rapp, H. Copeland. 67 NETMEN TRY HARD Jerry Medas, Coach Coulthard, Eric Reese Ready fOr action Medas serves one 4 1 w The 1961 tennis team, though unsuccessful victory-wise, gained valu- able experience from its matches with the Group One schools. The returning members of this team, coached by Bob Coulthard, are Eric Reese, Gary Williamson, and Jerry Medas. Reese with a backhand BASEBALL SHOWS IMPROVEMENT A Q , 1 Row 1--M. Thomas, G. Chappell, M. Currie, A. stead, B. Courain, C. Reed, B. Ingram. Row 3-C. Borum, Coach Bowyer. Row 2-J. Capps, B. Grim- Branscom, K. Rapp, R. Whitehurst, and L. Potter. On the pitching arms of Mike Thomas, George Chappell, and Bob Cou- rain, Virginia Beach had one of its better baseball seasons in 1960. Per- haps the hardest fought game was the one in which the Seahawks topped Norfolk Academy 11-7 to avenge the previous 2-0 defeat at the hands of the Bulldogs. Is it a hit? X ,g Y. V. B. 12 V. B. 7 V. B. 4 V. B. 4 V. B. 5 V. B. 10 V. B. 5 V. B. 0 V. B. 3 V. B. 0 V. B. 5 V. B. 3 V. B. 3 . B. 11 . B. 5 .B. 3 Southampton .. Northampton . . . Cape Charles .... Norfolk Catholic Princess Anne .. Deep Creek ..... Northampton .... Norfolk Academy Cape Charles .... South Norfolk .. James Blair' ..... 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W L53 SEAHAWK GOLFERS WIN v I l l ll l ll l iff 57' Bill Kellam Gary Klahn Mike Clark The 1960 Seahawk golf team, led by fresh- man sensation Charles McDowell and senior Randy Zehmer, racked up the most impres- sive record in the history of the school. Play- ing a Group I schedule with such outstand- ing schools as Warwick Cdefending state champsl and Granby, the Seahawks regular season record was 12 wins, 1 loss, and 1 tie game. The only loss came at the hands of Princess Anne by the small margin of two pointsg this loss, was later revenged with a 14112-Bw, shellacking. Frosting was added to the cake when the Seahawks won the State Golf Tournament held at the James River Country Club, the home course of Warwick High School. Charles McDowell tied for runner-up in the regular medal-play competition but lost the play off to Robbie Sorak, who had an eagle on the sudden-death hole. Gary Klahn, Butchie Clark, Randy Zeh- mer, Charles McDowell, Bill Kellam, Michael Clark, and Brink Evans will go down in Sea-- hawk history as the team to bring Virginia Beach High its first state championship! 4 Coach Claude King wistfully examines a new Kellam, M. Clark, and Klahn compare lscores. "wedge" Sponsored by W. Russell Ilatchett STATE CHAMPIONSHIP ,A , awo State Golf Clark. champions-Gary Klahn, Charles McDowell, Randy Zehmer and Butchle SEASON 'S SCORES V.B. 15 James Blair .. 3 V.B. 18 Cradock ..... 0 V.B. 12 Churchland .. 6 V.B. 10 Warwick ..... 8 V.B. 16W Maury ....... 115 V.B. MM Granby ...... 3M3 F V.B. 18 Norview ...... 0 V.B. 15M3 Woodrow Wilson 295 V.B. 1'7M3 Norview ...... W V.B. 14115 James Blair .. SW V.B. 8 Princess Anne 10 V.B. 14 Granby ...... 4 V.B. MM! Princess Anne 3M V.B. 9 Warwick ..... 9 Churchland shows his championship Virginia Beach ........... 626 George Washington ....... WaPW1Ck ........... .... State Tournament 639 646 656 Sponsored by Oceana ,Beauty Shop TRACK TEAM EXCELS Bosher J ones R. McDowell F. Blanchard Ricks Reese G. Alcorn B. Williams After getting off to a slow start the Sea- Bosher Tom Ward and Mike Reese were hawks 1960 cmder team gained victories the leading point makers as the Seahawks over Norfolk Catholic York Southhampton, finished another fine track season Norfolk Academy and Deep Creek Bobby Q ' , .z . Coach Cook Ayres Dennis G. Donlan H. Patterson Girling Gregory F. Edwards S. Bryant Rosenbaum Ward B. Russell J. Dickens VARSITY PROMGTES SCHOOL SPIRIT QQ gpg is ,Q 9440! My Kneeling Co Captams Dlane Abbott Pam Folclx Loulse Ramey Debbxe Chappell Toddy Garrlson Standing Gay Fmley Paula Scarborough Betsy Not Plctured Clndy Hansborough Kevllle Hazel Tucker Marxlu Jard Bonme B111 Co Captalns an Sponsor X , K D The L1ne 'PJ Alternates FIGHT' On August 25 1960 at 7 45 A M the varslty cheerleaders began prac tlce under the supervlslon of Mrs Claude Klng The only cheerleader that remained from the year before was Diane Abbott, head co captaln, but most of the new cheerleaders had been J .V. cheerleaders. They did a fine Job in promotmg school spirlt among the students of V.B.H.S. 73 I' M ,N va 1 ' " - 1" Q K I -5 . .A - 4 gl. ,A 'A au-, 1 . x., " ' I T - I . , . 5 ,I . U . . , I . , . . K . - d Q Mudd' N55 5 ,Q s , ' X 1' 1 If15fi.5 I I ' ' ' 33' ' ' . . I , ' . 4. 'YA' ,.A - A ' ' -v . ' . I -up V 1 X, . - .1 I ,, 'I . ! ' Bambi f: ,Q ,I A A -'I 1 my H I , , : . . ' ' - J.V. CHEERLEADER LDOK AHEAD Row 1-Co-Captains: Elaine Zegan, Annie Kitchin. Beverley Coates, Maria Ammons, Kitty Bosher Row 2-Pat Parnell, Carolyn Bosher, Betsy Kitchin, Livy Gilliam. Bonny Berry, Pam Stear. Row 3-Lynn Wolcott, The J .V. cheerleaders and eighth grade cheerleaders were chosen from a large group of school-spirited girls. Both groups are looking forward to being future varsity cheerleaders EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS Anita Holloman, Jean Parker, Debbie Ayres, Lynn Costenbarder, Regina Dechmerow- ski, Beth Taylor, Susan Buchanan, Pam Heischman. Center-Co-captains: Kathy Welton, Mary Clinton Rawls. 74 9 UTUVBS P-...... -'I W .x g-' ' X.. 'nw if 1.1-F. 1 I. Y! 1960 HQMECOMING QUEEN GAY FINLEY 2 ff: " ig , U4 N4 ,,. A in ,L Al fl. ' T DL -- ,, x I B 4 -o' - -.y. BEACH BOWL ATTENDANTS 455 W-Ev as W If 9 F X 1 Ann 'Stell Mary Ben Wooling October brings Homecoming weekend, highlighted by the Beach Bowl parade, football game, and dance. Each year the homecoming queen is selected from the Senior Class by the members of the student body. Diane Abbott Virginia Petty fl I B Nl F37 Y , 5 V.,-. A .x f 1 ' --4 ' X .': . Q: I Q 89 77 p 5,74 I. rw 1 ,HL f . , I ,1 f 1 ,,. 1.. I A g, 'iff' .' V1 LLW, , Fa ' Jw - 'I -' 1: lj' 'Z , . W2 - SURF QUEE QQ' " NN' STELL Each spring the student body elects a girl from the senior class to reign at the S. C. A. sponsored Surf Queen Ball. She is attended by prin- cesses, elected from tendants. Frances Shuff Wendy Mote Bonnie the other classes. Below we present the senior at- Gay Riera Sarah Killen . ,gf -fs, . , ' f ' It 'ff:EE'5 .f 's ii " 'w w- .ff B 'X , f' 5 -as , . '1 59. Y 1 "' ,f :gi if J .. 3 la 51.3 li . . y Bill Pamela Gustafson 5 Karen Schneider Virginia Petty Sponsored by Virginia Beach Gas Co QQ - 1 '4 1' . .1 A xi ' 273- ww 'M - ,V ,, W f , ' 1 1 .733 , I ' ' If fb. ,Q U::?g:,y. .I E, U ' 'PQ' , A ,.' ' In f s. -S 'V 7 V., -in X 2 .I my 5 .,, nf 144 r . W 4, ' :si F. X , LE MAID OF' HO CJR GRACE SMIT Ur fa ,v...,,, if f 'Fl 4 ' w. J A 1 HONOR GRADUATES Valedictorian Salutatorian Martha Snell Bobby Bosher Joan Robinson Ila Mae Brugh Linda Armstrong Charlene Norton Ann Stell Karen Schneider These are the outstandmg students scholastically in the class of 61. These students wear gold tassel at gradua t1on. '55- MOHY Knee Carolyn Ansell Sponsored by Godsey's Tea Room BEACH BGWL Queen Gay enjoys her reign with Mike. The 1960 Homecoming was a big suc- cess. The parade, dance, and halftime ceremony highlighted the weeks of planning. Everyone enjoyed the event- ful day. W ,dj Junior float advertises Halloween Carnl 1 V Va. Y- Sponsored by the Normandie Cafeterla HIGHLIGHT GF FALL 1"' v fn .WJ L ,1 ,Af "raw wr - '- k - 4. H' Senior attendants and queen beam at crowd. .-rv' , In -Q ,- I . .s.,: . L, -1 i V. B. students enjoy their homecoming day. " 1 'th Sponsored by the Surf Rider v LEDGER DI PATCH SCHOLASTIC TEAM CHCDSEIN 19" Standing-Charlie McDowell, Joy Griffith, Joan Robinson, June Fertig. Seated- Cheryl Scruggs, Connie Medas, Kitty Bosher, Martha Snell. The two top students in each class were chosen to represent the school on an academic team sponsored by the Ledger-Dispatch. Martha Snell, a senior, was selected to represent V.B.H.S. on the Tidewater Academic Team. SE IOR GIRLS WI H0 OR s vc- - . -"- " 'A" f' :il I 5 ' J t lu... .3 . I a f y 'If wld F ix 'X m-nw 'fill vs 'lux 1 in i In I I f 'a Q1 ' ?:1f'5e55 E f Qi' I aff? wi '-,"" .va if xt? its '-121--E I u l 1: V il: ,J ' Pl x ! I'-L J ' A -'j,f,,,, if K 5,2 3 'Ifnl' hw? f:.,.!17vf21Q, Farsi J I . JKK QQ1 'vi IR ', NJ as if "4- -'Nf r' EMM K . r Liv ,Lis A ,ft gp . I ,1 f Betty Grace Smith-winner of the Vogue fashion award. Tomorrow from V.B.H.S. 84 , up i . Pat Allnutt-The Betty Crocker Homemaker KMSSES T 1 85 lf ' '-3 -35'1'fQL'Y'E 1 911591. ffrgf f- 1" ' ' ' 'my' il E . Diane Louise Abbott "Diane" F.H.A. 1, Sec. 15 Newspaper 15 Capt. J. V. Cheerleaders 15 Sec. Homeroom 15 Varsity Cheer- leader 2,3,4, Captain 45 Sopho- more Favorite 25 Surf Queen Attendant 2,35 Defteria Tri- Hi-Y 25 Pres. Homeroom 2,35 S.C.A. Representative 3,4, del- egate to state convention 35 F.T.A. 35 Beach Bowl Attend- ant 45 Sec. of Senior Class. Patricia Ann Allnutt Hpatu F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Defteria Tri-Hi- Y 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Pres. 45 SCA Council 15 Beta Club 3,45 Inter-club Council 3 5 Delegate to Girls' State 35 Annual Staff 4 5 Pres. Homeroom 1. Tony Leon Ammons llT0ny!! J .V. Basketball 2, Varsity Track 3, International Relations Club 4. Carolyn Hope Ansell "Carolyn" Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Band Club 1,2,35 Sec. 15 Beta Club 3,45 Music Club 45 V. Pres. homeroom 15 Band Lt. 2,35 Va. all State Workshop Band 25 Section Leader in Band 3. 86 George Thomas Alcorn Boys' Athletic Club 15 Mono- gram Club 1,2,3,45 J.V. Foot- ball 15 J.V. Basketball 1,35 homeroom 25 Wheel Club 1,3,4, Chaplain 35 Varsity Football S.C.A. Council 2,3,45 Pres. home- room 35 V. Pres. Student Bodyg Newspaper 4. CLASS Linda Beatrice Armstrong "Linda" Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 F.H.A. 1,25 F.T.A. 3,45 Annual Staff 3,4, Typing Editor 45 National Merit Latin Award 25 Beta Club 3,4. "'F """A' "l"""-"uf v , :MH . , . ,,-.. 1 - 1- -.3-af. ll uv.- H , , I ,ul Frances Marilyn Baull Band 1,2,3,45 Art Club 15 Ep- silon Tri-Hi-Y 15 Band Club 2,3,4, V. Pres. 25 Band Cor- poral 3. F '61 Michael Rainey Braithwaite Unlike!! Glee Club 1,45 Track Manager 1,25 Newspaper Staff 1,25 Mon- ogram Club 15 I.R.C. 25 Audio- Visual Club 2,3,45 Crack Drill Team 25 NCO Club 2,3. Bonita Clare Bill "Bonnie" Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 News- paper Staff 1,3,45 Annual Staff 25 Chemistry Club 35 F.T.A. 45 Pres. SCA 45 Pres. Freshman Classg Sec. Jr. C1ass5 Surf Queen Attendant 35 Alternate to Girls State 35 Varsity Cheer- leader 45 SCA Convention 35 Senator to Model General As- sembly. Brenda Joyce Bishop "Brenda" F.H.A. 15 G.A.A. 25 Music Club 3. Frank Medford Blanchard "Frank" J.V. Football 1,25 Hi-Y 15 V. Pres. homeroom 1,35 Varsity Track 2,3,45 Jr. Civitan Club 2,3,4, Pres. 45 SCA Council 2,45 Varsity Football 3,45 Wheel Club 35 Pres. homeroom 25 I.R. C. 35 Boys' State 35 Monogram Club 3,45 Interclub Council 4. Robert Marshall Bosher HBO!! SCA Council 1,2,3,45 J.V. Foot- ball 15 J.V. Basketball 1, Mono- gram Club 1,2,3,45 Boys' Athle- tic Club 1,25 Track 1,2,3,45 Var- sity Football 2,3,45 Varsity Bas- ketball 2,3,45 Chemistry Club 3, Pres. 35 Sec. Soph. Classg V. Pres. homeroom 15 Wheel Club 3,45 Sec. 3,45 Pres. of homeroom 35 Inter-club Council 35 Beta Club 3,4. 87 P Z I P3 l A... n l 'l l l l 5 'mu 1 5-1 , l it ref! fillet, Elliott Heath Bridges "Eddie" J.V. Football 13 Jr. Boys' Ath- letic Club 15 Varsity Football 2,3,4g State Golden Gloves Champion 23 Wheel Club 3,43 Dramatics Club 3. Ila Mae Brugh "Ila M ae" Future Nurses Club 13 F.B.L.A. 35 Chorus 4. Stuart Ray Bryant "Stuart" J .V, Football lg Jr. Boys' Sports Club 15 Intramural Basketball 2,3g Rifle Team 35 Track 3,43 Treas. of homeroom 4 3' Varsity Basketball 4. Bettie Kate Pace Cadieux "Bettie Kate" Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. 13 J.V. Cheerleader 1,2, co-captain 23 G.A.A. 25 Math Club 25 Treas- urer homeroom 13 Sec. home- room 25 Secretary Tri-Hi-Y 2. SS Mona Lee Brown "Mona" F.H.A. 13 Varsity Cheerleader 29 Social Editor of Newspaper 25 President of Soph. Class: Pres. Soph. homeroom. CLAS Patricia Ann Cartwright ifpatsyxs F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 1, Treas 2, Pres. 45 Chorus 1,2,3,4. as . aug' l N '4 George Brinn Chappell "George" J.V. Football5 J.V. Basketball 1, Varsity Football 2,3,45 Var- sity Baseball 1,2,3,45 Varsity Basketball 2,3-,45 Monogram Club 1,2,3,45 Jr. Boys' Sports Club 15 Jr. Civitan Club 25 Newspaper 3,45 Wheel Club 3,45 Beta Club 45 Treas. Fresh- man Classg Pres. Sophomore Class5 Pres. Wheel Club 3,45 Treas. of Jr. Class5 Sports Ed. of Newspaper 45 Capt. of Foot- ball Team 4. CF '61 Nancy Lee Connell uNa,n'cyn Music Club 15 Epsilon Tri- Hi-Y 15 J.V. Cheerleader 15 Pep Club 15 Dramatics Club 2 V. Pres. 25 Surf Queen Attendl ant 15 F.T.A. 45 Annual 45 Sec. of homeroom 4. Joyce Ann Clanton uJ0ycen Wilson Tri-I-Ii-Y 15 Key Club 15 Sec. 1, F. B. L. A. 35 F. H. A. 4. Lonnie Onimus Clark III "Butch'ie" Hi-Y 1,2,3, Chaplain 1, Treas- urer 2, V. Pres. 35 Varsity Golf 1,2,3,45 Monogram Club 1,2,3,4 5 J.V. Football 15 Boys' Sports Club 1,25 Dramatics Club 25 V. Pres. of homeroom 45 Wheel Club 3,45 Pres. homeroom 45 S.C.A. Council 45 Chemistry Club 35 Sports Ed. News- paper 4. John Garland Claudy "Jo lm" Photography Club 15 Science Club 15 Beta Club 3,45 V. Pres. 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Newspaper 3,45 Chemistry Club 3,45 Asst. School Photographer 35 School Photographer 4, Boys' State 3. X Arnold Stephen Cohen Arnold Shorp Club 15 I.R.C. 15 Photog- rap y Club 15 Key Club 15- Chemistry 4. 89 i Everette Hillsman Conner Ktsounyil Band 13 Band Club 2g Student Director 4. Robert Charles Courain, Jr. Hgobfl Basketball 1,2,3,43 Letterman's Club 1,23 Chess Club 2,33 Rec- ord Club 23 Baseball 3,43 Wheel Club 3,43 Monogram Club 3,43 Boys' State 43 Football 43 Newspaper 43 Treas. of Jr. High Student Council 13 Treas. of homeroom 2. Sharon Ann Dale "Sharon" Girls' Athletic Club 1,23 Def- teria Tri-Hi-Y 23 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 3. Phyllis Ann Davis "Phyllis" Future Nurses' Club lg Future Business Leaders of America 33 Head Typist of Newspaper Staff 43 Secretary of homeroom 1g Treasurer of F.B.L.A. , 90 l I Marshall Clayton Coppedge uBuddyu Varsity Baseball 3,4Q Boys' Ath- letic Club 13 Chemistry Club 33 Jr. Civitan Club 3,43 Jr. Civitan Chaplain 43 Vice-President of Homeroom. CLASS J acquline Ann Degge "Jackie" Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 2,3Q Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4Q Band 1, Majorette 3,43 Future Business Leaders of America. 33 Assistant Typist of Newspaper Staff 43 Sec. of Tri- Hi-Y 33 Reporter of F.B.L.A. I 4 i Gmini 'tw- Judy Roselene Doss uJudyn F.H.A. 1,25 G.A.A. 15 FBLA 3, Historian 3: Defteria Tri-Hi- F'61 Mary Elizabeth Fulcher 4sMa7,y1I Tri-Hi-Y 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3g B.L.A. 35 Treasurer homeroom. Robert Daniel Drewelow "Robert" Science Club 15 Boys' Sodality. Margaret Gay Finley HGayH Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y 1,35 G.A.A. 15 G.A.A. Sec.g Co-Captain J.V. Cheerleaderg F.T.A. 35 Varsity Cheerleader 45 Attendant to Surf Queen 1,35 H.R. Sec. 35 H.R. V. Pres. 45 Beach Bowl Queen 4. Bruce David Fitzgerald "Bruce" Dramatics Club 15 Pres. of Dramatics Club 15 Wrestling 2,3,45 Football 3,45 Wheel Club 3,45 Treasurer 3,45 H.R. 1,2, 4. Linda Carol Flora "Carol" G.A.A. 13 Y-Teens 25 Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y 4. 9I lx.. . ,-..f 5 H mi -E I . .,L l..-""- ..-Q Glenda Sue Garfit "Glenda" Future Business Leaders of America 4. Richard Lee Grimstead ilBimY! Aviation Club 19 Band 1,4Q 4-H Club 1,29 J.V. Baseball 2,49 Monogram Club 3,49 Varsity Football 3,49 F.T.A. 3,49 Bas- ketball 3,4 9 Treas. of homeroom 1,29 4-H Club Treas. Pamela Jane Gustafson llpamil Future Teachers of America 29 Varsity Cheerleader 2,39 V. Pres. of Sophomore Class 2. Susan Elizabeth Hand "Susan" - 92 1 James Kenneth Gregory ccJimmyrr Jr. Athletic Club li J.V. Foot- ball 1,2g J.V. Basketball 1,29 Hi-Y Club 2,39 Senior Athletic Club 29 State Golden Glove Champion 2,3,49 Civitan Club 3,49 Varsity Football 3,49 Monogram Club 3,49 F.T.A. 39 Treas. of homeroom 39 V. Pres. of Hi-Y Club 3,4. CLA Champ Poe Hearne, Jr. ICPOGH J.V. Football 1,29 Hobby Club 19 Track 2,49 Varsity Football 3,4. A If David Warfield Helfrich "David" J.V. Football 1,25 Baseball 1,2,4: Athletic Club 1,25 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Wheel Club 3,4: Chemistry Club 35 Treasd of Athletic Club 1. F'61 Sarah Logan Killen "Sarah" Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Band 1,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Band Club 15 Pres. G.A.A. 25 Sgt.-at-Arms, V. Pres., Sec. Tri-Hi-Y 5 Beta Club 3-,4, Pres. 45 Girls' State 35 Class Pres. 35 Class Treas. 25 Inter-Club Council 25 Lt. Jr Sgt. Band 3. 5 . 1 Susan Douglas Hershey llsusanli Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 45 Girls' Athletic Club 1, Treasurer 15 Alpha Y-Teens 2,35 Latin Club 25 Girls' Swim Team 2,35 Bas- ketball Team 25 Spanish Club 35 Junior Girls' Club 35 Chap- lain homeroom 25 Treas. home- room 3. Melvin Ray Hewitt "Melvin" Science Club 15 Football 25 Service Club 35 President Serv- ice Club 3. Dixie Dee Jenkins "Dixie" Pep Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 F.B.L.A. 35 Annual Staff 4. David Carlton J ones "David" Football. 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1 2,3,45 Monogram Club 1,2,3,45 Wheel Club 3,4, V. Pres. 3,45 Vice Pres. home- room 25 V. Pres. Jr. Class 35 Pres. Senior Class. 93 Gertrude Edge Kitchin uT1,udyn Dance Club 15 Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Math Club 25 Inter-Club Council 25 J.V. Cheerleader 25 Annual Staff 2,3,45 S. C. A. 3,45 Newspaper 35 Journalism Club 35 Beta Club 45 Sgt.-at- arms, Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y 1,45 Pres. Math. Club 25 Sec. Inter- Club Council 25 Sec. S.C.A. 35 Circulation -Ed. of Annual 3,45 Sec.-Treas. 'Journalism Club 35 Delegate to State S.C.A. Conv. Kr Workshop 35 State S.C.A. Advisory Committee. Bruce Alexander MacSwain "Bruce" Track 35 Dance Committee 35 Fraternity 35 Drama 35 Servers Club 35 Singing Club 3. Mary Randolph Maddux UMa7,y,, Girls' Athletic Club 1,25 Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3 5 Annual Staff 1,3,45 Epsilon Tri- Hi-Y 15 Math Club 25 Beta Club 3,45 Alternate to Girls' State 35 Future Teachers of America 45 Treasurer of homeroom 15 As- sistant Business Manager of An- nual 3,4. Frances Geraldine Marshall llJe7,,i!3 F.H.A. 1,2,3, Pres. 35 Defteria :Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 2, V. Pres. 3,45 Inter-club Council 25 Annual Staff 4. 94 Mary Elizabeth Knee U M 0 Z n Tri-Hi-Y 15 Band Club 1,3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Sec. of Band Club 25 Band Officer 2,3,45 Sec. of Homeroom 4. CLASS Ginger Faye Mathias "Ginger" Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Music Club 3, Newspaper Staff 45 F.T.A. 4. ' Sharon Dorlina Meredith "Sharon" Gir1s"Athletic Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Math Club 25 Music Club 35 Homeroom Pres. 35 Art Edi- tor of Newspaper 3,45 Beta Club 3,45 S.C.A. Scrapbook 35 Treas. of S.C.A. 4. OF '61 Edwina Jeanette Mote cxwendyrr J.V. Cheerleader 15 Future Homemakers of America 15 Ma- jorette 1,2,35 Surf Queen at- tendant 25 Music Club 35 Tri- Hi-Y 45 Treas. of F.H.A. 15 Reporter of Music Club 35 Cap- tain of Majorettes 4. 1- .. Madelyn Merrick 11Madge1r Chansonettes 15 Soph. Girls' Clubg Girls' Glee Club 25 Staff Aides Valley 'Hospital 35 Jr. Girls' Club5 Booster Commit- tee 3. Marilyn Merrick :cMidgerr Chansonettes 15 Girls' Club 25 Spanish Club 25 Chapel Choir 35 Booster Committee 35 Staff Aides, Valley Hospital 35 Girls' Club 35 Epsilon Tri-Yi-Y 45 Chorus 45 Pres. of Homeroom 25 Sec. of Spanish Club 35 Pres. of Student Activities 4. Phyllis Adele Miller Klpamii Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 1,25 Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Music Club 35 Future Teachers of America 45 Surf Queen at- tendant 1,35 Sec. of homeroom 15 V. Pres. of F.H.A. 25 Chair- man of Christmas Baskets for S.C.A. 4, Treas. of homeroom 4. Douglas Earl Morgner UD0ugH Hobby Club 15 Crack Platoon 35 Rifle Team 35 Good Conduct Award 3,4. 95 John Darden Musick "Johnny" J.V. Football and Basketball 1,45 Diving Team 25 Chemistry Club 35 Audio-Visual Club 4. Masaaiki Okada UMM!! Math Club 45 Honorary Mem- ber of Junior Civitan Club 4. Harvey Don Patterson "Harvey" Photography Club 15 J.V. Foot- ball 2 5 Basketball 25 Baseball 25 Math Club 25 Football Team 3,45 Wrestling Team 3,45 Track Team 3,45 Monogram Club 3,45 I.R.C. 45 Beta Club 45 Treas. Monogram Club 4. Vivian Virginia Petty 1sGinny1 I F.H.A. 1,25 Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,3,4g Teentones 2,35 Music Club 3, Beta Club 3,3, Sec. 45 Surf Queen Attendant 2,35 Newspaper Staff 3,4, Editor 45 Girls' State 35 V. Pres. home- room 3, Beach Bowl Attendant 4. 96 Charlene Harrell Norton "Charlene" Future Teachers of America 3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Y-Teens Club 3,45 Sec. of Y-Teens 4. CLASS Russel Rockwood Ramsey "Butch" Camera Club 15 J.V. Football 15 Boys' Athletic Club 25 Audio- Visual Club 35 Wrestling Team 35 Varsity Football 4. P l .Nl William Morgan Rapp "Bill" J.V. Football 15 Art Club 15 Science Club 15 Varsity Base- ball Manager 25 J.V. Baseball 25 Football 2,3,45 French Club 2,35 Honor Club 2,35 School Play 35 Baseball 3,45 Chemistry Club 35 Vice President Science Club 15 Vice President Jr. Class 25 SCA Member 45 homeroom Pres- ident 4. F'6l Carol Gay Rosser "Carrol" Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1,4, Pres. 25 Band 1,2,3, Major- ette 3, Lt. 2,35 Inter-club Coun- cil 25 Beta Club 3,45 F.B.L.A. 35 homeroom Treasurer 1. John Patrick Ricks I lpatl I Fioso t b a ll 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Boys' Athletic Club 15 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Wheel Club 35 Vice President Boys' Athletic Club 15 President homeroom 2. Anne Gay Riera lCGay!! FHA 15 GAA 25 Math Club 35 FTA 45 Vice President home- room 15 Treasurer homeroom 35 President Math Club 35 Chorus. Joan Leslie Robinson "Joan" FHA 15 Music Club 25 Annual Staff 3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Sec. of FHA 15 S.C.A. Council 25 President homeroom 25 National Merit Latin Award 25 Vice President Music Club 35 Statis- tics Editor of Annual 4. Michael Dee Rohr llMike!l Typing Club 15 Key Club 25 Science Club 25 Beta Club 3,45 Visual Aids Club 35 Interna- tional Relations Club 45 Beta Club Treasurer 4 5 homeroom treasurer 4. 97 L, 1 -' -. . Z, William Louis Rueger NB,illU Jr. Science Club 13 Varsity Ten- nis 1,2,33 Basketball 1,41 Golf 1,2,43 Monogram Club 1,2,3,43 Science Club 23 Chemistry Club 4, Pres. 4. Beth Karen Schneider "Karen" French Club lg Dramatics Club 13 Treas. homeroom 13 Surf Queen Attendant 2g F.T.A. 3,4, Treas. 33 Beta Club 3,4, Reporter 43 Annual Staff 3,4, Feature Editor 43 V. Pres. homeroom 33 Attendant Beach Bowl Queen. Carolyn Jean Sharp "Carrol" Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2Q One Act Play 1,33 Newspaper Staff 3,4, Feature Editor 43 Music Club 33 F.T.A. 43 Forensic Prose Reading Contest 2. Frances Arlene Shuff "Cookie" F.H.A. 13 International Rela tions Club 2g F.T.A. 3,4j home room V. Pres. 4. 98 T 'lf 4 Geoffrey Kent Russell HJeffH French Club 13 Water Skiing Club 33 Journalism Club 4g Newspaper Staff 43 Tennis 4. CLASS Gordon Saunders Simpson "Gordon" Boys' Athletic Club ls J.V. Football 13 V. Pres. homeroom 13 Treas. homeroom 2g Chem- istry Club 3g Wheel Club 3,45 SCA Council 43 Pres. homeroom 43 Newspaper Staff 4. l 4 i, Everett Stuart Slagle "Stuart" OF '61 Judith Ann Spruill uJudyn F.H.A. 1, Reporter 13 J.V. Cheerleader 13 F.B.L.A. 3, Re- porter 3g Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 45 Chorus. 5, Ll 1 H '. - 1 L..-...- , , 77, Elizabeth Grace Smith "Betty Grace" F.H.A. lg Annual Staff 1,2,3,4g Editor 43 Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Reporter 1, V. Pres. 2, Chaplain 35 G.A.A. 2g F.T.A. 3,4g S.C.A. Council 4g Quill and Scroll 43 Treas. homeroom 3: Delegate to Girls' State 35 Beta Club 4g Maid of Honor Inter- national Azalea Festival 4. Timothy Ray Smith llTimY! Varsity Football 4g Chemistry Club 4. Carol Jean Smyth "Ca,'rol Jean" Band Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2g Def- teria Tri-Hi-Y 35 Reporter homeroom 13 Va. All-State Workshon Band 3. Martha Dunton Snell "Martha," F.H.A. 1,25 Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Math Club 23 Beta Club 3,4, Marshal 45 F.T.A. 4, Chaplain 4. M 'i 99 ,fi ,rf Z l Linda Lou Stamey "Linda" Tri-Hi-Y 1,39 F.H.A. 2. - Ann Bluford Stell rtAnnlr Drill Team 13 Latin Club 1,23 Student Council 2g News- paper Staff 2, Journalism Club 2, V.,Pres. homeroom 2g Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g F.T.A. 3g Beach Bowl Attendant 4, Sec. home- room 33 Treasurer Sr. Class. Michael Reid Thomas "Mike" Boys' Athletic Club 15 J .C. Foot- ball lg Jr. Civitan Club 2,3,4, Treas. 3g Mongram Club 2,3,4g Varsity Baseball 2,3,4g Wheel Club 3,4g Pres. Freshman Classy V. Pres. Senior Classg V. Pres. ioph. Class, Newspaper Staff John Best Tugman tLJ0h,n!! J.V. Football 13 Audio Visual Club 3g I.R.C. 45 Newspaper Staff 4. 100 Eleanor Alice Taylor rcELlyr1 F.H.A. 1,2,4g Music Club 3. Patricia Sue Wallace H-Pat!! Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,35 Music Club 3g Newspaper Staff 3,43 Circulation Ed. 3, Manag- ing Ed. 4. l N l ! I Thomas Jerry Walsh lfjewyli J.V. Basketball 1,25 Boys' Ath- letic Club 1,25 Jr. Civitan Club 2,35 Wheel Club 3,45 Varsity Basketball 35 Treas. homeroom , ,4. Linda Rose Wylie "Linda," G.A.A. 15 F.H.A. 3,45 V. Pres. 45 Chairman Telephone Direc- tory. Joanne Lee Waters Newspaper Staff 15 Latin Club 15 G.A.A. 15 Y-Teens 1,25 Jr. Deb Club, Tri-Hi-Y 35 F.T.A. 4. Carolyn Sue Williams "Carolyn" Future Nurses' Club 1,25 F.H.A. 3. Susan Ham Zehmer "Susan" G.A.A. 15 Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Music Club 3, Sec. 35 Beta Club 3.4. Mary Ben Woolling "Mary Ben" Tri-Hi-Y 1,3,45 G.A.A. 15 Sec. homeroom 15 Surf Queen Attendant 1,35 Math Club 35 Beach Bowl Attendant 3,45 Sec. homeroom 1,3. Elizabeth Odom Wright uBettyu G.A.A. 1,25 Defteria Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Jr. Civitan Club 2,3,4, V. Pres. 45 Chemistry Club 35 An- nual Staff 3,4, Club Editor 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Chairman Student Handbook5 Beta Club 4. lOl Q iv 'Q-.Dtfxf it n 2 273 Q5 l' N 7 L. .14 x "' l Best Looking Ann Stell, Frank Blanchard Most Athletic Betty Wright, David Jones Most Popular Gay Finley, Mike Thomas lO2 F E ,k , . f' N if ll 0 Most Studious Martha Snell, Bob Bosher SENIOR David Jones V. Pres. Mike Thomas Cutest Diane Abbott, Pat Ricks si I Most Likely to Succeed Mary Maddux, Mike Rohr Officers BERSONALITIES Sec. Diane Abbott Treas. Ann Stell Best Dressed Betty Kate Cadieux, Jimmy Gregory 71' i .f y V l 4 's' l V Best All Around Bonnie Bill, George Chappell 1 ff l ' Y ' l in I Most Talented Virginia Petty, John Claudy Most Dependable Sarah Killen, Bill Rapp I -..,-'V "" It K ,av Best Mannered Joan Robinson Buddy Coppedge Best Personality Mary Ben Woolling Butchie Clark ii-klglff: in :MC-Y -g n y o jr? 3 Q y ' A.. I . ll r I J qw f Q J rf . I "' i , 1-Y.--, ' I Jig ,h ., I 'J' lik. , .Qnjg Wittiest Molly Knee Jerry Walsh :SQ Most School Spirited Friendliest Harvey Patterson Sharon Meredith Pat Wallace George Alcorn lO4 Jim Allen 115: Beth Bailey ' 4. 19" Camilla Barco Mary Anne Barton Stephanie Beegle Donna Berkley F' Lynn Black Judy Blum Alfred Borum JUNIQR Left to Right--Steve Standing, Pres., Mike Reese, V.-Pres., Cheryl Scruggs, Sec., and Paula Scarborough, Treas. ,rg , 9 lx Chester Branscom Tarrall Brennan -Tudy Brown ?'1' Pat Caffey Sue Camp Jimmy Capps If James Cason 4- '-i il? A 99 I me Debbie Chappell James Cheshire Freddie Chittum Mike Clark Mike Currie Tommy Dennis Halloween Cal John Dickens Gene Donlan Fred Edwards Diane Fisher Pam Folck Norma Garfit Toddy Garrison Betsey Gilliam Cindy Hansbrough p. '75 4, , 1:10- if.- 6 -j 'Vs Ted Hanson is Mike Haynes Robert Haynes L rl , R Lacy Herald Jay Horton William Hubard Joanne Hurry Sally Iantosca Bobby Ingram Marilu Jard Dorothy Jennings Z Reva Keeley , Jane Keenoy 4 g I William Kellam Q1--. 1 ,f Ronnie Kelley 1 W. Enthuslastlc J u n i o rs are Left to r1ght-Bud- dy Williams Lucky Martin and S t e v e Betsy Keville Gary Lam Susan Lape Claire Lattimer Brenda Mallory Lucky Martin Lee Mathias Blaine McCarthy Roddy McDowell in 3--1 Gayle McKnight Jerry Medas Andy Meredith David Miller Peggy Moran Barbara Morgan T' Q, Stella Morris Waldo Mowen Judy Osmond Becky Parnell llO 'lf' Sara Patyk Mary Payne Buddy Pollander Char1iesPrice Frances Price Louise Rainey Charlie Reed Mike Reese Arthur Rosenbaum Money mad Juniors enjoy the Halloween Carnival. Cheryl Scruggs Woody Seamons Lori Shafer Sherry Salle Bocky Sanderlin Billy Carol Sawyer Paula Scarborough af ' 4 , ,E. , .f ,,l..,:- VA.v:... F 3. Q' 1.4! Pam Sheridan Tommy Simmons Steve Standing .Tune Stivers Nani Swertfeger Lynn Tarkenton Mary Tayloe Gilbert Taylor Connie Tillett Hazel Tucker Wayne Tuckei Burt Twisdale Matt Tynes Taylor Wainwright J. H. Walker Tom Ward -vs. 7. ,, N Jan White vp, Ken White Buddy Williams 3' A Gary Williamson 4 Gar Wood 'zu Y gl Mm? - wx fi ' ' lllhr ' .. ' Ginny Woodward Barbara Wylie 0 'AE' Absent when pictures were taken :wir- f,:L'i ' '.',Iv,v 'X Row 1-Janice Parsons, Kay Chaplain, and Laura Ketsules. Row 2-Wilson Cherry, Cindy Belcher, Freddie Pagonis, Susan Roberson, and Charles McGarvey. II al lk!- 40, -Clk' .? l , rs., l?" ' th -1" Ga s., Rickey Akers John Alphin Charles Ansell Ernie Armstrong John Arendts Thomas Ayers fa., l 'VAN .:' -R -'vnu' L.-34 M.: l v. fx- x Linda Baftcheler Virginia Bayne David Beeler Dionycia Benkert Susan Bentley Bonny Berry Pete Bonny Ruth Brown .ffl H4 President .... V. President .. Secretary .. Treasurer .. CLAS Kitty Bosher Margaret Braswell Gregory Britt Al Butler Nancy Butler William Cason Robert Cherry Susie Clark Beverly Coates Bill Crosby IV 7 5' ,. WW ll' l-JY' ' L7 ,af 'Tw ,D OFFICERS Eric Reese . . . . Victor Vanture . . . . Kitty Bosher . . . . Harriet Gilliam F '63 Robert English Bill Fanny Joyce Fitzgerald John Fuller Catherine Fullerton Gail Gerry Charles Gilbert Harriet Gillia-m Livy Gilliam Leonard Girling' Ronald Doubt Judith Doubt Vernon Drinkwater William Drinkwater Barry Durham Cheryl Durham Eve Ellis Rupert Emanuel Eileen Crumpler Lyetta Dant Darla Deskins Sandra Dollens Linda Doss Shirley Doty W. ,.. iii' " 4,51 ,fi fin. . D Q 3 ie., . l 1 6 fry r N 4..- +R . nr ve ,, Le r f1" H5 A 44 C x F , . ' .h i. ,xi ,ai Al. Q77 "f L Q i-li 1: 'D Q -4? ,V at ' 'ss ix Y, E -5 f liigerrrf G' Q an nwei, luv I D ..ll?i l 15'iwg: David Glowaki William Goode Bill Grimstead Janice Gustafson Pat Heishman Julia Hoggard , 7-' 6 1...- :Fii .-1 ' ui " -f' :f""l.i ,3, -'f:':s'- ' ' W 'ale' 'J if . v 4 . . L ,W L i J gs.. 2" . L Q 1' h L l Richard Hohl Clyde Holcombe Pete Holt Ann Hood Robert Hughes Michael Jenks Bill Jennings Bill Jones l ?"' Q- H6 7' 7 ..- V -vu' L 'Ti ,i l -4 Ninth and ten Pep Rally CLAS Sharon Jones Harold Kellam Sandra Key Rufus Kight Mark Kizis Gary Klahn Patsy Lambert Phyllis Laney Nancy Lee Sandra Lemon ii J girls cheer at GF '63 Thomas Payne Billy Pinkham Laurin Potter Pam Pratt Albert Rainey Ken Rapp Denny Reed Eric Reese Christine Reynolds Marylin Rice Charles McDowell Andy Michael David Minter Allen Morrisette Mary Newcombe James Parker Kelvin Parker Bob Parron Jackie Little Ian MacLennan Sharon Mansfield Judy Marcum Jeanne Mathews Jodine Mayberry 4I,. 'HK I ' '- ,-. ' 11'- RC- -'13 il A.. 'KT l J J 4 l ,V x 7 pl' i II7 4 if PLY-1 5 rf. Carol Roberts Lucille Rollinson Bill Russell Keith Ryan Charles Sanders Barbara Sargent 1 Q59 L wr- A 5 ra ff' lx 'Q 1' f l gr A 1. , 'I 1 'N 'ai --. In IIB y...,. 4 5... -X Absent when pictures were son, Annie Kitchin, Gary John Laura Tillett, Ginny Snellings Pat Sawyer Tony Schoenfelder Otto Seamans Helen Sevier Nancy Sharp -Pat Shean Pat Shelton Diane Shue 'N I. CLA Shirley Slagle Arthur Slaughter Bill Snider Fred Taylor Tommy Tignor Buddy Tillett Ann Van Atta Janice Vick Victor Vanture Susan Walker --.4-,.....i..,, -....... ---,,., A C 2 TJ C. - C . .' Pages. OF '63 Stlndim, Donna La1'-- .uol HWIIIS. CKneeling'J Thomas Wilson Barbara Winecoff Mary Wise Elaine Zegzm Homan Walsh Bonnie Walthall Linda Ward Nancy Washburn Stewart White Ray Whitehurst 51 , .'l -Q.. aff' . lv iv- ' My N N., I. ,V gm.: 1 '- Bw 1-. ' -'E - 114- nu, . M., .+- I ' l!Y.v,, Y' ' 1 The Typical Studyhall 1- 43? ,, . F' Y' w 4, 1:- 0 me 1 I , Q, lilly Q fe ,, Phyllis Barell Janice Baull Rosalie Benkert James Bently Wanda Blake Susan Blosser Marion Blum Carolyn Bosher Jeffery Bowman Barbara Brinkley Harry Brinser Charlie Brown Malcolm Brugh Kenneth Caffey Naomi Camp Cindy Case Patricia Cherry Nancy Cheshire Georgia Christie Carla Cleland Virginia Clifton Harrell Copeland Roger Cornett Michael Courain 2. -4-- -0- L 4 rrr r., vfffxqbel -3? A tg, sf' Maria Ammons Charles Applegate Linda Ball Susanne Ball J olae Ballard Charles Barco Freshman Class Officers: Jack Tucker, Treasurerg Pam Stear, Secretaryg Paul Mich- ael, Vice Presidentg and Stephen Strickler, President. , ' ip , Terry Barco - gk!-' Walter Barco 1 - ,' Cecil Barcroft i . ,R 5' Sm ,im ? ,, l v- , 1 . J' H ., wi, i . 1: I , A M ' Fil -'L 1 - i 1 i y , '- l ' X ' , gn i . 1 , 'iv P I tr N -44 ' '- 120 L cg-v if 'Y fl LL. 'J K aw L , Y Elaine Coyner Pamela Crutchfield Janice Davis Shirley Dechmerowski Beverly Detwiler Richard Dickson Stewart Dickson Ted Doolin Dennis Doss .F-. -L lf" ,vs X ' e' 5, Q ' A2 , A , 4 U- -i Q- fs. it 'fl , ,, 4 if-Av, ii li il F , 'lf"f ,put E21 ' 'sw' -J-' LF ' ' A if W J l Q I 1 xx 1 r fm lg Q Darlene Durrance Laura Emanuelson Virginia Eng Carol Etheridge J ohn Everett Shirley Fantone Monroe Farmer Wendy Farmer Gayle Flora Phyllis French Josephine Garrenton Peggy Garrison Peggy Garvin Elaine Gattis Bill Girling Cynthia Godsey George Godwin Davis Goheen Joy Griffin John Griggs Cheryl Guy Dempsey Hardy Linda Harper William Hart Vail Hassan Susan Hauser Margaret Hawes Nancy Helfrich Kirk Hershey Carol Hickey DeJarnette Hill Patricia Hines Ashley House Clifford Howerton Harry Hurry Alice Irvine Bobby Ives James J ard Margaret Jarvis Carole Johnson Margaret Johnstone Calvin Jones Gail Kaplan Clara Katsias Beverly Kay Robert Kidwell Woodrow Kist Betsy Kitchin C . T? EL N-: 'X us 'S We-f , 'hu - IL , wr I 1 w T' , 6? f .L' L '- ' cf 'Q , ' , 4 , . H l 5, f-. . 'Sf Qc? A T' 1' Marlen Lape Bill Lassiter Susanne Lawler Jacqueline Lemley Larry Mailhes Susan Marr Josephine Mathias Tommy McCormick Sandra McNicholas 122 r- fi- 4 4 hc. Y' w KA X e 4 'L' ai Q. X it x 5 ah. an X15 "- ' 1. I 1- Q7 " f ' 'XII A w i 57 :- ' , Tl f-M -no 'V' ' 15- F I ., K' 'e- . s L. William Roberson Jerry Schappacher Susan Shawcross Lizz Sheridan Claude Sherren Leslie Sims Donna Smithson Junie Smithson Robert Squires I23 f ew W, ' ' f is Connie Medas Ronald Mellott Bill Mercer Roger Mercer Paul Michael Edward Miller Kenneth Morgan Dennis Morrissey Carol Gay Newnam Patricia Noden Karen Otjen Pat Parnell Donna Peck Frank Perrenot Fay Perry Joe Potter Brenda Price James Doil Rader Jon Ratcliffe Barbara Reed Pat Renn Lee Rhinehardt Mary Richards Lucy Roberson 1 x , 5 EMP? :Q , sf , . A do r 'EE' Sandra Stancil Pam Stear Jeffra Stencil Vernon Stevenson Helen Stratton Stephen Strickler Terry Sullivan Johnny Sutton Carolyn Swindell Tommy Tarkenton Barbara Taylor Tommy Treichler John Tucker Patricia Vakos Sue VanNostrand Billy Verdon Charlotte Waggle William Wahab Luther Waller Mary Walker David Ward Susan Ward Mellssa Waring John Warwick 7 1 . .". fi S'- 'v ,W 4:2 fl N 'B Q, , Q Y.- if . V V f Nr ' 3 P-fl 2 2 H L 423141 L A 'i 1 ogg- 'V' A X -' 5, gv O 1 .1 vw 11- I l'9-, 'PT :, r "' ifr- F Harriett Watson Nancy Welton Donald White Patricia Wilkerson Donna Winters Jacqueline Wolcott Wilbur Woodard ' Patsy Napier was absent ' Sterling Woods 124 1,1 'A llf CLASS OFFICERS: President, Jean Parker, Vice President, Margie Ansell, Secretary, Bart Theburgeg Treasurer, Elizabeth Force. EIGHTH GRADE . - W f'L.'l A f . fi , -, y. - if E,-sl l 1 1' 1 L f' , X lx -l ivin If ' i ?!f K 1 U? lf 9 .7' Pt. L o +1 'vs A .- ,Sf 'HJ 1 , ,UL . rr ,deg ' 'C' iv IZ5 Abbott, Larry Acler, Guilford Aclrjance, Robert Alfred, Robert Allen, Dickie Allen, Herman Allen, Linda Allen, Ralph Allen, Randy Ansell, Marjorie Armstrong, Betty Ayres, Debra Bailey, Virginia Baker, Susan Barco, Robert Barnes, Dale Barret, Donna Batchler, James Bates, Mike Beamon, Stuart Bennett, Sandra Black, Barry Blouin, Thomas Bratten, Faye Brinkley, David Brown, James Buchanan, Susan Butt, Sandra Butler, Sherry Carter, Charles Cheshire, Janis Clark, Jim Clark, Laura Cleland, Todd Conner, Janet Cooke, Terry Cooper, Mary Jo Costenbader, Lynn Crawford, Elizabeth Creecy, Richard Crist, Pat Crook, Wesley Cross, James Crumpler, Billy Crutchfield, Wanda Curran, Janet Dancy, LaVerne Davenport, Dana Davenport, Diane Davis, David Davis, James Davis, Moseley Dechmerowski, Regi Devitt, Paul Dick, John Dodson, David I13. Drumheller, Terrance DuBois, Helen Duckworth, William Dunkum, Kathleen Dunthurn, Bruce Duval, E. Syd Edwards, Claudia Eng, Frances Evans, May Exon, Virginia Fanney, Kim Fanney, Tim Ferguson, Sandra Ferrell, Tuck Finger, Sidney Finley, Sara Fitzgerald, Robert Folck, Scott Ford, Elizabeth Gallup, Steven Gardes, Alfred Gilbert, Foster Giles, Patricia Glennor, Norma Gray, Michael S. Guizetti, Raymond Guthrie, Michael Hubbard, Louis X . ,. ,ev , . H if, J ll ' ' D" 1 rll - l , 'Will ' ia m ' XX ' l F J 1 f l ' ln L J -, cv wx A, l ll .eel ff ' 1 A , . ,.,, J ll Ili w .- J. if -1 I fish 1 an -ii, . !. A .-L . fv., '-L .25 - F11 'J , i x , l 95' A , ' 4 I I .J I 1 1 ,C ' ' N I26 L- Y' ..x. 1, l Y 9' .HI-A ,A Q -L 1 ww 0, f w ' ll ,vie fa all l JU fif- 'IT' F 'B jlignl is ' lie- 'J Eg J e. tif. l -5' 1 lx f,Qf,"3lmN,,.f' Ngrtilwq ill ll liz .U "' 4. .L S' . 'lr Q w le 1 r i 'L' , we- 'F' Q - mga "gh A. i , gs, Qu- itz" L -"c,:- x 6:4 ev Vlgfiif . f -rn ,p 1.5-' ,fi 1 'E' . J al it riff H 1 I my , .1. 97 . Q-l 'f fvj 'N fix- . 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Michael, Stephen Miller, Clarence Miller, Edna Miller, Pam Miller, Sandra Mitchell, Edward Morgan, Dick Mower, Jill Murphy, Pat Myers, Robert Neal, Richard 1 lt ll f l ,,, at 'as 1 L, K ' r Y 4' -ff ' f 1 I vi W6 A W in f x l N T -l 'f.4,', 1-f E. ,. 1 .s . ...y 1 A 1 ' 4. ,xp 2' I ' 2. I l "' l if -gps -w i W -"' -1 Q., U , . , T. ,, L , ,T YZ? 'z Ri, " I7x S - W, .q . 1 V' ' . - 5, , 5 , ..- yrs. -G' ' F- y 9 3.1 , 9 J . , V Q., 1 y ' , , I , W , , - . I x. ltr? I t K - H '4'.'lLE..7'?f,, . r W w v N ,' " ,Pl ,L as la 1 fr l V ' ,ijt v, - ,X-, I- A , 4 'Z' , 'ffl A ' ' . I Y D l 1 M g L H Io H. I , Fl nl X I . g, ' 'VT ,. it. E p IJ Y , 1, . . J, , l ..s 5 . . , l q 1' V -elf cl R, - .1 A V ' I ,, 128 Newman, Mary Newcomb, Patricia Nixon, Thomas Orrell, Carol Osmond, J aqueline Pallett. Linda Palmer, Sally Parker, Jean Parshall, Georgia Parshall, Walter Phelps, Irean Porter, Ben Pratt, John Preston, Peggy Price, Fredrick Radatz, Dan Ragan, Carol Rawls, Mary Rice, Thomas Robeson, Ruth Robinson, Andrea Robinson, Charles Ross, Marjorie Rueger, Thomas Runyon, Nancy Salmon, Jesse Salter, Richard Saunders, Thomas Shawcross, Gail Sharp, Susan Silmon,'Mary Kay Simpson, Christine Simpson, Phil Smith, Amanda Soloman, Douglas Spence, Billy Spence, Mary Anne Spry, Edward Standing, Guy Stivers, James Sykes, Sam Taylor, Beth Taylor, Claton Taylor, Jean Taylor, John Tepo, Sandra Theburg, Bart Tilton, Scovy Towle, Bobby Tynes, Robert Van Atta, Suzanne Van Nostrand, Alice Van Nostrand, Edith Walker, Andrew Walker, Linda Walker, Susan Ward, James Watson, Leslie Welton, Cathy Whitten, Larry White, Carol Wilkinson, Thomas Williams, Benjamin Williams, David Wilson, Floyd Winters, Edward Winz, Donald Wise, Carl Wood, Suzanne Wood, Ward Woodhouse, Sue Woodward, Richard Wylie, Max qi C 0, ,,.4, fr ,ul I. - ff - , Y , ' u. is w 'ff' D x 1 l Absent When Pictures Were Taken Row 1-Laural Nealy, Charlean Spruill, and Janice Grayson Row 2 John Shuff J. J. Smithson, Duane Garry, Charles Carter, and James Stives 4 al. ALL CLASSES GET "IN THE ACT" One-act plays were presented by students in And He Came to His Father, which was en- GHCT1 grade, eighth through fwelffh- at the tered in the district drama contest. school Drama Festival on February 28g the evening wasfa "roaring success." Mrs. 5091195 f1'01Y1 the PHYS are D1'6S911f9d be- Charlotte Ramsey directed the school play, low. First place winner was the Senior Class K1 " :sf ' x '- Ni 4., '1 A -' mf . f I V 1, ,. ,- , .1. , , 1 - , ,, , , . , . 1 . L!, ' I ,4 X 8th Grade-"Treasure in the Smith House" 9th Grade-"Id1ings of the King" 10th Grade-"Sham" 11th Grade-"Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden" 12th Grade-"Make Room for Rodney" School Play-"And He Came to His Father" Sponsored by Hicks Academy of Beauty Culture ADVEH TISEME NTS FRANK R. FORD CO. 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