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

 - Class of 1965

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'ff ,iv ' f"M ' -2'.:S'5 .X '- f , -v "1 v . it r cv - gg ,df , ' , .. an -' , ' - T ' - ' ' M67 0 ififfz-1, W - f 1 94: ' X at " .1 X .s . l 1 I V v N Elf A 'YlQlNlgE,lP.Cll' ,L V Aja. , , . Y, ilk , X 9 I '1 sing . if! '15 OWNED AND MANAGED BY ALB!-MARLff,j,1Hw11CR.R.C0 eoeng years W Eroyress Seventy years ago a small winter resort, known for it's primeval forest covering one thousand acres and tive miles of gently-sloping beaches, was owned by the Norfolk, Al- bemarle, and Atlantic Railroad Company. The Princess Anne Hotel, owned by the same railroad, provided a haven for sportsmen and those seeking a quiet rest. There were diversified amusements offered. With time and progress the small resort gradually changed from the quiet, backwoods atmosphere of the l89O's into a small town with stores along l7th Street and Atlantic Avenue by the early l92O's. Plans for a new road running along the present 3lst Street were in progress. Now an even greater change is evident. The town has developed into a booming resort city, known for its modern accommodations and amusements. Having traveled a long road of progress and development, it has emerged as "The World's Largest Resort City," Vir- ginia Beach. 2 jfe 1965 jfzrrzcane Jresenfs Faye 14 Taye 25 Faye 40 p aye 64 jjaye 92 jjaye I I 6 Taye 150 gn Cbeofcafzbzif 4 'au-FI, . ' t-n Perhops no words could better describe Mr, Rountree than the single word, "dedication," ln closs he hos developed on interesting procedure, one thot allows the student to porticipote ond thot deviotes from everydoy drill, He is olwciys reody to ossist o willing student, Through his potience ond un- derstonding one con ochieve the knowledge thot he hos set forth to import. In cippreciotion of his yeors of service to Virginio Beoch High School, the 1965 Hurricane is dediccited with pleosure to Mr. Corlton Rountree. 5 "+o --- - vi- -,...,- , , --- - Seniors proudly march in to the assembly. 5o0Afk2yf6rwar0ff0 ffe fzlse 0 a V l- Y I ,D l i . Terry Cook ond Renn Crutchfield enjoy the ceremonies os much os the rest of the court ot the Surf Queen Boll. The Freedom Shrine was a gift to the school from the Vnrgmua Beach Exchange Club to en courage potrnotlsm new an yreafer zrgzzfzza of eac Hy -als it-N' T'-7' wa "" "nf-fo """""" "- L S -1 55 QM-N'-1 6 Q A xxiaffivwfif "'-u':.,... -v- B v4 K-ge, .., en , M... we Mfffilffi-'3 ,gaggw f Vnrguma Beach thruves In nts twelfth year With mixed emotions Seniors ond their friends tolk together ofter the groduotion ceremony. fookkyy gacfwarrffo nofe 5050 ar ony 14 '45 x S i N-favfxr. 17 A.i'TLsi K4 V -Mx. y -. i.9 -14" 7' 1 -v J v I ,vw,,- , b.. '- VV' 'N"',f sa 4 " 31--s-. 5: ' S- N' -,.,1ff' 11 'f'v1:?.x: ,Q .541 ,Q mi s , i Q I. I V Q H I V T is . ww. Mrs. Cook guides ond advises the underclossmen in their projects, problems, ond interests. 5 A I Bod weother dompens Homecoming preparations, fge roa gfforoyress' we ave come Steve Strickler installs Bart Theberge os our SCA, president. ..--.T,...,......l - A ' I 'N 13" i Mrs. Jeter scolds Ioiters in our new first corridor. Qin cvzhy acc ufafef a Cross-secbbn X 'X I nl he Students changing closses use the breezewoys between the cordidors. IO M 'I1 1 i , The members of the Constitution Revision Committee of the S. C. A. are hard at work to make necessary changes in the S.C.A. Constitution. 0 one year gf frafzszfzbns. 7 ,xK.X'k -9 Mr. Gurney teaches this Spanish class with the aid of our new language iab. 1 I . i -X ..-5-uv"'i7' Merrily ploys for o Hoofenonny in the gym during lunch. ff? J auszhy nw fo wean 511 '1- COLD DRINKS f-Q 4' 'J Ig-s Xia New drink ond snack machines provide enjoyment. -all! ,sig . - A i - ,LL-::feQ23e,w'.xwsftsza Who says there's no such thing as slaves? zfe so 00 is many acfzbzbea ,,.f-. Varsity cheerleaders run across the field after thanking the Cox students for their welcome. 'Z '3lst Street - Eorly 1920's Seldom can one visit this section of 3'lst Street without finding members of the FACULTY. 14 f... '-,a.", ' Q -, Y - X A,-,xx xy ,.' l , W vacuo- QQ -f. . . I -JCB lu . ' . p ,A - - l AV' ,H , - ' . ,-uf .' ' . f V- -x g " ' f- -J . -- .- V - .-' --' K x.. ' 4 . ,. mn .1 , f fm ,-ru 1 --- w -N f . , , Q1 U . .. . , 'e, .Q ' 1 f D , .. 'K ' J 1 ,.1,1'.- ,.,, .!C, - - --- 4 -' - N' 'I .Y I .I i . . E X X Aa. s gqognzhzkffafzbn an Zac' y an f,, , , 5101 L ' ,A g , ,f Qi QQ. t P iii ff K MR. JAMES M. HELMER our principal who guides us through our school years with sound advice and understanding MR. lfRANK w. cox, our dependable and responsible Superintendant of Schools .Z 9+ r N5 IV? Q' 5, ii 1' Mrs. Margaret Jeter Assistant Principal and Guidance Directoi 1 X ' P . , ' QQ- Qigsp. -ww , .- -sssswwff M Mrs. Marguerite Shelly Treasurer 1221lr21l9fraf1'012 Cc rleton Bowyer Administrative Assistant to the Principal I7 , , ,v- Y tl Miss Noelwo Ratcliff Sec re fa ry Q? E Mrs. Carolyn Pallet! Secrefa ry uzizy ce ff 415 Mrs. Theresa Cook Guidance B,S. Huntington College S "V.M.l., did you say?" Mrs. Margaret Jeter -- Guidance Director Mr. Dale Browder - Guidance Counselor Mrs. Barbara Owens - Guidance Counselor I8 N William Jeter Guidance B.S. Presbyterian College 12 yfls i f 'Mfg A CR 5? Y Y T7 I I XX V! ll l Mrs. Henry Isaacs Mrs. Barbara Owens Mrs. Mary Worthington English Department Head English B.S. Wake Forest English B.A. UNC, Woman's College B.A. UNC, Woman's College Mrs. Caroline Sankovich English B.A. Univ. of Oregon Tri-Hi-Y "You can put your mums in- the freezer." it Miss Sarah Armstrong Hist., Speech, Drama BA. Mary Washington FTA Hx' Gt N, 4-9 Mrs. Barbara Monk English BA. Louisiana Tech. Y-Teens is John R. Scholl Miss Janice Lomm Miss Judith Goessling English English Eng., Comp., Lit. B.S. E. Tennessee State B.S. Atlantic Christian BA. Wisconsin State Univ I9 New York Univ. National Honor Society Wafgem afzas l l. v" 7 Mrs. Louise C. Kerzonet Robert Coulthord John Roberson Math, Algebra Department Head Math B.S. North Carolina State Trigonometry, Geometry B.S., M.A. East Carolina Georgia Tech M. Ed. Univ. of Virginia "HHH "2 + 2 I S?" ,sg ll Pi Thomas E. Gregory Mrs. Zedo G. Middlebrook Philip W. Williams Math, Algebra Math Math B.S. Atlantic Christian A.B. Elon College B.S. Atlantic Christian Junior Civitan 20 " Qffly . Czence T' L. W. Shackelford Chemistry B.S. East Carolina ICC and Interact l gl-5 Ns, Alexander Hood Bruce Baxter, Jr. Department Head Biology Algebra and Physics B.S. Ohio State Univ. B.S. Naval Academy Annual 83' Ralph E. Hoskins Biology B.S. Old Dominion College "O.K., who put the frog in my grade book?" 'fit Miss Starr Sisk Mrs. Susanne Thompson Mrs. Gloria Stenzhorn Science Science Science B.S. Guilford College B.S. Wake Forest College B.S. Longwood College Annual 21 - - -1 , xl:-J,.1i'i-.., oczdf Qgfu IQS Q. in ti i lan Mrs. Thelma Houck Department Head B.A. V.M.l. Government, Economics A.B., West Liberty Teachers College M.A., Univ. of W. Va. William S. Powell World Geography Graduate Studies ODC ,Q-5 James E. Boyd History B.S. Sociology V.P.l. fx J '1 1' f Mrs. Nancy Jones History, English Pennsylvania State Do we have to go through the whole Thirty Years War? Pat S. Keeffe Miss Sylvia Short World History Government, U.S. History B.A. St. Mary's Univ. AB. Duke Univ. 22 'Z Miss Sarah Moseley World Geography A.B. Univ of N. C. C. K. Scarborough History B.S. William and Mary anyuaye gqrfis' p-.1 1 2 I Mrs. Susan ' FrenfL A.B. 1' Carleton Rountree French A.B. Asbury College Newspaper "Caesar was a playboy?" David W. Gurney Spanish B.A. Univ. of Virginia 23 gg-- X g., f X 9 . xx Miss 'ley - . Lx XXL A.B. Berea Jr. Y-Teen. 'l 1 . . 5 ' , 9 f :gl G. Ray Smith Department Head Physical Education B S. Atlantic Christian S Xa Q Miss Viola Clark Physical Education B.S. Madison College """'l. Mrs. Margaret Ollman Physical Education B.S. Bemidji State' Gus Polizos Physical Education, Drivers' Training Bachelor of Philosophy lllinois Weslayan Ocafzbn . 1 " ' in 'rs-f. 74 'f x N' su' ' " , ' .mf in, l l.. CX James Cook Mrs. Reba McClannan Mechanical Drawing Home Economics B.S. Univ. of Georgia B.S. Berea College FHA fdlhlhy TX .da Robert F. Edwards Shop B.S. Ohio Sfofe Univ. 0122122 efcz' 124122122 y l Kenneth D. Wade Distributive Education B.S. Bluefield State VPI v-'a7"?" .'.i'wl'49 n 9144 Q 110.25 gl M Qfblfygq . H . . 1 - I "'7,':l1.i3f Mrs. Joan Plawin Miss Jane W. Shell Sl'lOFfl1OI'1Cl, TYDWQ Commercial Subjects B-S Radford "Con't anybody find the 'X'?" B.S. Madison College tl 'wg Wuszc an 1' rally J. William Miller Y 3 Attendance, Choral Music oi B.M. Shenandoah 1 V Conservatory N ' M,A. Columbia Univ. t I . qT,A 5 ...Q. Miss Betty Edwards Librarian B.S. Longwood College ser Dale G. Browder Guidance, Band A.B. Wake Forest M.A. East Carolina till? l Mr. Miller trains young voices. -1 gn gZ0!0rec1'a19bn QE MNb-ShIN ThCf .P-if- - T., YW,,YL,-Y , . J, A . ,,-,:F,A...U, lg ini 4 0 , , Q ... , f - LVI- --,. .f - - . 1 "fr-' .,. " fi' ' "-egg, ' . , - -f' ,A Y 4 5""' . fx U W IW N I 11' '-, - ' W 4 'iffy "1'Uuawf'ff"T v 17th Street - Early 1920's On many Saturday nights students may be found enjoying themselves in the building shown under construction in the above picture. The Place FEAT- URES folk music. za ' " '-S gf' ' F I za --' V-I - L 5 f L P 1 X xi , 'l .V , ff' ' A g 21 A 4.4 --f' eafzzfes f 'Z X '1- JUOQ G,5czpQ1lf2 . 1 ., ,f J' .,, , ..q may Myres 5?!!e1Q0Q1Qf.f a 1 . K I , ' "'11"J K Eff? Gosfgldgqofzr . i dk if ,, f ., 1-. bf Y X I A l 'X 917' fe 1964 Omecomzhy our if C7 fs if Z C3 Mary .la Kellum Linda Chaplain Grace Adriance Frances Gilliam Joanne Maher Heather Cheshire Lorie Bowers Brucie Holland 5 . 'Er V' rg: Judy Chaplain Debbie Ayres, Louise Kerr, Lyn Costenbader 4.1 ff? 512 f.6z151'a3f1C J feparafzbns 11 "V, ii. 11g If ll Y . x Y-Teens decorate on impressive first-prize floot Lyn, Jimmy, ond Louis decorate the gool post for Homecoming. Ur in ,. Q ' The Tenth Grade Closs works nord on its floot. -- f-----.. ..i - ---4::-.1.,7, ysjfoznofe cgcfo of cspzkzf an 'Z -if - X . , X ' s.' X fi is-is ' s 'L A ' . S .v 4 . t , .Y I - 9' fi ' ' ' rx ' ', " .. , A . f ' 'Qi 1- . D . L., i 3:'F.', . I - - ' V X' r ,Z .' . 4 vP4. s I V I. 5- X N, ' ' If .wg 4- 1 h. Loud and enthusiastic yells forecast a successful homecoming. .1 L Ass'-:QTY X Ar Q as P A . ., .. if .an .N gd The Phantom strikes again! - 2.39- 'QQ . , , 5- 34 Bootsie leads our impressive majorettes J 17112 g a fU1b'f0f'1b as Omecomzhy Queen Judy smiles at former Queen, Carolyn. Judy reigns over her court at half-time That was o close and exciting Homecoming! 26-25. 51, JQUQQH ....:.i..... . I .I K 4, . ' 'lx . ,J- . f .3 . '- . 1 , 1 . Q xxx. 1 'X V- ,V 1 5 A Q fff. ? Iii 'IZ' Y .E fa. V .EUAQQQ wager if YH. ,JY qffen OQJQXJ -... 55' JYQZQ12 guy? 01:5 I peczd !Zl!fI'dCfIbl?S AM lr "' r Ill 1' , 4, 5-, Better car than teacher! Drop ber and you'II be sorry, I ' "" I mil . Q re., -. -1- ."E"'r-'77' ' B in Johnny Unitos is guest speaker at the football banquet sponsored by the Gridiron Association. 39 wg. ,fm- n x -r"-. X . s. 4' 7, , -JI I 5-Q, - v' 5' Y -FT , x .A Y,-3 . . v ' 'I . , A ,X . E441 - i .Mr . - N, M 4 1 ., 4 Q-Q.. ,am 1 Figureheod of the "Dictator"-Wrecked in 1891 Inscribed at the base of the new Norwegian Lady are these words, "I am the Norwegian Lady. I stand here as my sister before me to wish all men of the sea safe return home." May her protection extend to the SENIORS. 40 I 3' ff Z' " x R if ,nr u I A A I r ,, Z J4 I. f f' 4 f ' 1 I . in as L Sig if 1 f. G i Qnzbzis -M-L 'fs ' -"' N- ' 'iff' 1 .. fl Anfn De Weece Ackerman Efmmett Hermavr Allen N ""1' Betty Lou A1-mstrong T1 Virginia Marie Bailey Jeanne Sue Barnes cdr l Linda Kaye Allen Debra Ann. Ayres 'L ' fic: x Russel Davis Ball ,J Y f. , '. Q-'ff 'W Steven Todd Bowers X YK' Olin Kelley Brown 1'5- Sandra Kay Butt Sandra Jean Baxter J 'udy Christine Chaplain 4: xk Sherry Gayle Brooks Sharon Diane Butler cs., ,, I 1' X Charles Randolf Carter ' i-T' "' " ' 'H 1.-W-1 .Q . - p . Y , , v I 5:32 ,Y Y, , Y ,, 1 y. 4 x ' -1 V . J . ,, ,gr s 1-4 -- 'S '- 'gwf H S-gf ....,.? Q, X 5' uk , 1 x . 0167713 QIITWLS P if N ki 4 U3 JL J lj 7 S NV ' 1,3 7 tt f J Eff, hesh,zrQ,LL jp VY JUL' uf James Grumman Clark uf ifjlii A i MU Gene Coffman I Linwood Goodman Cohen li Q? Patricia Alphin Conner ll I 5 , J fu! fl JJ LUV if , ' c'M J WJ - S 'WV I , Lg V ,Pio L06 'M f fit! I, Nh!! nv J - L of fulidvflhj' gym fu 76 gfdwpgv CW nw W0 we f'f'UU LW. ,jj V Janet Catherine Conner Linda Jane Cooley C Gaynelle .Cook -' ' ' Y ,.,:g., , M,-...,4:,-gg., 1 ev w w oi W M ian Lymile C t X rv' M JJ .mg bd EIbthA C fd ww 1' U Q ' A Wyx by I mkW9QMMg5'j5j fy Pt" M-' N Q ww ,J fm SL JVLQ5 F V7 f WW? J J My 6 M fb N XILX W , jm ,?f ,W y 2 X w -A f H' ip A A k Mvp v XCUJX Q 10 N X 41 L QW U34 5 fig ffm 1 wwy4jiW5M1mf1 Qkl4VX0p3y W d D Crutchfieldi Www CV 2 W2 ww fy X wb .,....4a-ig., L:.g.,, ,Y -.7-mmf., Y ,, :l I'T in-ll bat, '- Q 1 ,--Q 1' J ackie Lee Davis S Constance Marlene DeLaMater Paul DeWitt Richard Dickson AX . A A A 2 if - li. by Helen Catherine DuBois William Hans Dnekivorth Claudia Payne Edwards Earl Wayne Eldridge b , just 'W . Barry Davis Evans ' X Kimblyn Earle Fanney l H Timothy Harding Fanney Pamela Ann Fauber Sandra Jean Ferguson Leslie Mitchell Fleming Miclgael Joseph Flynn Sandra Leigh Flynn ', Pill 'QW Michael Shawn Gray John Marshall Grow .f ., , , V H. X Paul Grant AGU 1--v s Mary Katheryn Grinsteacl M arcia Gail Halstead 5 w vwrv fr. '-.arf ,X J dung., X x Virginia Kaye Hamilton Mark Carroll Hannan Christopher Miller Hanson , x.s- X ii Gary H arris Leah Reed Henry Kenneth Glenn Hill I1-ma Leah Hilliaq-d Candace Lee Hinchee S- fn.: T., r.:v Carol Lynne Hoggawl Darlene Christine Howell Ann Mallory Hubbard J1L'I"' 7.27":"r .:z.::'2,::i,L.1,,.M..a........f.--1l:.: i - . ,,. W. .,. ... ..,. ., ., X V f'x nth X x Lf 4 if-1, 5 1 K. Louis Edward Hubbard Patricia Ann Hubiak Marguerite Slade Ingram 13' Laurie Irene Jackson X Margaret Ellen Kenley , y , .J va f 4 K Scott Carl Husted 1' 4"7' N. x Sandra Kay Iser , I XX Donald H. Johnson K , ..-KrTf.olQ,, J ff I -vu fy Q-1 Michael K eville . IX Suzanne Windsor Larson La Don Leslie Q K qv--11 .X Louise M avis Kerr I 6 X n Wm,-4 X N James Edward Maher I 6' . JI f. ,...Q Douglas William Kist Linda Lee Lemon I 'A' 4 14, ...- I 1 E Robert Belknap Mack -v--4..f....v.-- .lmnaxw 3H ' X' ' ' " xaxa6.7.?IS.:v,a:..mW ...Wk M any Jane M elners M.. 'Ui Pamela Miller --..-J!" Kent Andrews Morgan Ruth Marian M cMillan N orvna Iris M undo vi K Stephen Leo Michaels . 'V' N4 I Joseph Park Moorer, J Jill Lorraine Mowen 42' 1, Robert Burchill Myers Q Thomas Edward N ixon Ronald Edward Pack K L Patricia Louise Murphy x , Www' i r Q '- I William Pittman Lauren Nelson Jacqueline Cecilia Osmomi 'fi' X Linda Pallette ' "" 'E' ' ': - 5 - Thomas Lee Rice 3 Ruth Weeks Robeson Charles William Robinson x Margaret Marston Preston Nancy Jo Runyon ll S Maury Frank Riganto Andrea Robella Robinson Nancy Carol Rucker 3. -,.- 'W . rl" F X , Susan Barbara Sharp -QW-is ' r Q. P J ,I Mary Kay Silmon -em- Philip Baird Simpson Q' Qi. - Qin. Marcella Jane Russell Charlene Spruill 'Tk K Charles Jeffrey Shelton 3? 'QQ Christie M arie Simpson Charlotte Laye Sproles -mug-""" ' -' J, rfv raw f,, if ,W Edward Sheldon Spry, Jr. Marie Helen Stratton fr'- Carol Lynn Swindell wr-- Q i John Sprnill A James E. Stivers Sharon Elizabeth Strole N' v Sam Jones Sykes, Jr Brenda Dianne Tabor 'Q i Jeanne Taylor fx 'Z' Xi- . Sandra Lee Tepo 91 Edward Montgomery Thomson V725 Elizabeth Vaughn Taylor John Mirl Taylor it I Norman Bartlett Theberge fl Y ir. lu I Brenda Todd Robert Hill Towle --.--...,.-if . -ve K 'fb Linda Dnrfrell Walker ,HQ ax! X -,Q Benjamin Ray Williams, Jr. , I Alice Fay 4Van Nostrand FW ' I 'w"'9' S Leslie Ray Watson RP' -sr-N --f Dale Wagefrs Wilson .V I if , .Q lx - 1, Y - a s N... , Ir? ff f 'T111 Eric Jon A Williams James Newton Williams Lyn Adrienne Williams 43 - 'if . , ' , V fi V , ,, 3? 'Q .. , Q" ' W'-' in AM -A5-QW, Thomas Ward Wood Maxwell Park Wylie Q -L-Q H n Wilbur Roger Williams John Roberson Woollen -muy" W N. Victoria M ary Yanlcash :P -3 'T hiya T Elizabeth Margaret Yates James Lewis Batcheler so enjor l.. -' , 5L'r'r' . 1' J CLASS OFFICERS: President l-GSU? WOTSOU, VlC9'p"9S-, Best All-Around: Lyn Costenbader and Bart Theberge Sam Sykes, Treasurer, Lynn Williams, Secretary, Margaret Kenley. l Most Likely to Succeed: Margaret Kenley and Joe Small. Wittiesf: Monty Thomson and Ann Hubord. Best Looking: Louise Kerr and Tim Fanney. i eo zzfsfafz 122 y enzbfs 2 Outstanding Seniors Morgoret Kenley ond Som Sykes were chosen Senior Boy ond Girl of Virginia Beach High School by the Optimist Club. joys? an 92467 Qgfdfe I 9 7: rc ,, , . I V. If 6 11 'lf' , Nw sv Front row: Morgoret Kenley, Wondo Crutchfield. Lost row: Paul de Witt, Jimmy Botchelor Bort Theberge, Russell Boll, This poge sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Theberge N. I ,-K...-an-a-uk' - - .,,, t I 7.-3-Q " . , 1 toii:-Q '.- ' and-.ow--Q.,- be Q' T 9- 41.1 . I W 3, , . . . , ,h v. a A I ' j Q . . . - The Beach - Eorly I92O's Even though bathing attire has changed, it's still the same 'ole sunshine and the same 'ole summertime ACTIVITIES. 64 iw 5 0 1 , 1 -A" a , .' "5 ' "'T"-""'7'1Y:?T','77"v'rT"'W ' ' " 'w' ' H9 24,01 LUCLLZZJX Za fO,a,.' :jam LfzQ,uQ VYML-All 0' AI 'frm 9 l fZfwvf,z,.yyL U12 0 17 iii? X!ygL,,L,4I ,XKZQQI A 0,-9 '-'Z'-6.4,fyQ 07.19 07 151,42 L5 -mg QILLM 'Mae . U 2314415 gigka Lvvga 'U-woiff' 7oA,uz,v bww LAM Q! fl cf' I 'ful' we Mil? lyvwmw bZLLUNcyww6.Jf ' v GUN' yP,,,LI JVLJDI-:fx Luv- j vLJL4,J D50 9'U'e'L CUNA! J , 4,jM,0L,c Cllmwvif ffidffaf' V fjC'fUwj 362,06 Z0 CJVWLQJ , , Mm LMMQ MW fihuvgfvpmawlqaaffjuwmm '.'f31Lz-M,fcfif0w0Jff :slave-m,Q?LiLfw4Q4J.70 041-Ubflf' HUVWPQJ E- -1' H -A. 'B ' k ' 2 ' ' ', -. ok . 5 -4. if i ' - X, 1 - . H ,Al 'C ' - ' 4 5 . - s Q' ' X' 'E 1- Q. 1- Q' Q .j U In I V va . 'X I - , - P N- -f , 'N . ' 'Q 'i-tum," 'Q .A . 2... N Ik 1 L 0 . ' . -5 . , ' ...Q , X x L' A ax - s . . . I '- , I I' by c'z9'U1?1'es SGT robwgo UCTYLBY K.. Yuugo I, f- i Bart Theberge-President, Ragan Pulley-Vice President, Lyn Costenbader-Secretary, Louis Hub- bard-Treasurer. -...... I' First Row: Louis Hubbard, Lyn Costenbader, Rogan Pul- ley, Bart Theberge. Second Row: Brook Moore, Donna Snider, Debbie Tillet, Mike Strickler, Merle Preston, Les- lie Watson, Margaret Beavers, Boyd Scarborough, Mike Beavers, Greg Cayce, Ed Blair, Ed Tebele, Gary McFar- land. Third Row: John Ortt, Edwin Blair, Charles Gilliam, Amy Danforth, Heather Cheshire, Patty Garvin, Leslie Schmidt, Pat Lents, David Fouber, Bobby Holland. Fourth Row: Kennon Binford, Mary Baker, Cherry Lassiter, Joe Small, John Wolfe, Gary Harvey, Holly Ward, Johanna Miller, Jean Baker, Webb de Witt. Fifth Row: Mike Dennis, Cotton Markert, Steve Finn, Peggy Preston, Ruth Robeson, Dale Wilson, Laurie Fox, Margie Jord, Trudy Williams, Ann Hubard, Connie De La Mater, Mary Jo Kellam. cgfan 1112 y ommzffee azkmen 5 rv r' Front row Lyn Wllllams Perry l-larschutz Lyn Costen Hubbard, Jimmy Batchelor, Last row: Rogan Pulley, Russel boder Second row Som Sykes Mark Hannon Dale Wll Ball, Bill Duckworth. son Margaret Kenley Thurd row Leslle Watson Louis CSXUOQJQZZ yjarfzczya czfzbn l llt I sa Students decorate Christmas free in fOYef- 67 Bart accepts Presidency of the SCA, FY yjayefeom ffe F' Crapgoof l Seahawks show spirit at game with Holland. 5' 1 Q -'fm Cramming for exams? The senior class marches in for Thanksgiving assembly K. u t Xe 4 if ya-31 J? f 154' Q .L ,x.IN,fi?.,:,',T' W 't "M i Junior-Senior lunch section. gnfercfzd G0 anal' 'Q T"' 45 K swf Front row: Amy Danforth, Leah Henry, Paul de Witt, Danforth. Last row: Lee Entsminger, Jimmy Batchelor Rogan Pulley. Second row: Kent Morgan, Joe Small, Jane Not pictured: Mary Jo Kellam, Jill Mowen, Louis Hubbard The l.C.C. is a coordinating body which keeps all clubs informed about the activities and projects of the other clubs. lt is their responsibility to keep the bulletin board in front of the office up to date and to organize programs for assemblies. C3c50Q5f1C eam min ' lit Y il 4 ilu 1's-.1 Seated: Heather Cheshire, Penny Brown, Sherri Fruin, Linda Lydick. Standing: Rogan Pulley, Lyn Costenbader, Paul de Witt, John Sweeney. IEQGC C0122 QI" Co-Editors 9 Lyn Costenbader Paul de Witt The Beachcomber is the school newspaper which is published by the students. They strive to please the students by putting out a paper which will interest and keep them informed. eight issues. Their goal this year was to publish Seated: Susan Axlerod, Merle Preston, Susan Hilton, Pat Murphy, Laura Reinhardt, Martha Boone. Standing: Mr. Gurney-sponsor, Paul de Witt, Jill Mowen, Tommy Ma- 70 .E T is is thias, Trudy Williams, Eddie Spry, Lyn Williams, Russell Ball, Lyn Costenbader, Brooke Moore, Jimmy Mathias, Mike Strickler. Qtepares of f ea 1126 Work or Play Sfqf Co-Editors ..... Lyn Costenbader, Paul de Witt Feature Editor ..........,,.. Trudy Williams Sports Editor ..... .... M ike Strickler Copy Editor ......... . . . Lyn Williams Business Manager ............... Eddie Spry Circulation Manager ........ Laura Reinhardt Head Typists .... Susan Hilton, Tommy Mathias Photographer ............... Jimmy Mathias Art .......................... Russell Ball Reporters ........ Pat Murphy, Brooke Moore, Merle Preston, Susan Axelrod, Martha Boone Sponsors ....... Mr. Rountree and Mr. Gurney 7 z1fr1'ca12e Qsfdf .Wx -4'-:ff Margaret Kenley Business Manager iv...- Wanda Crutchfield Circulation Manage "' 5, Of' x tix! -wx r W' L-ni if ' Captain Hood Business Sponsor Peggy Preston Editor lfgii af", Leah Henry Senior Editor 72 , Miss Sisk Lite ra ry Sponsor P" ' Bart' Theberge Sports Editor Lan 521225 COIQOITS fs? 7 C Eddie Spry, Student Band Director, admires trophy while dent Band Director discuss plans tor the Beach Bowl Par Mr. Browder, Band Director, and Pat Christ, Assistant Stu- ade. This year the Marching Band added much to the second place trophy over thirty nine other the school spirit at pep rallies and football bands at the Veterans Day Parade games. They played at most of the away games The Concert Band presented the annual and should be congratulated for their fine per- Christmas Concert and this spring the Spring formance. The height of the year was winning Concert. Bond Officials: T. Hughes, P. Christ, S. Ferguson, C. Haggard, L, Cauley, G. Fox, M. Beavers, G, Georghiou, R. Troutman, A. Snead, S. Dillon, M. Browder, T. Nixon, E. Spry, J. Napier, C. Dioietes. ibrum mayor azyofyzacyoreffes 45:4 J . Jenny Bailey, Ellen Woodward, Yvonne Hoarty, James Napier-Drum Major, Carol Haggard Head Majoretre, Virginia Buff, Cathy House, Judy Butt. Cseafawf jRaarC51k2y ysjanof ,r o..l-.. 76 on Cen! Zan .. .. . ... . . 1. .. - . n-111 2 fazhzhy 3301? rw The Training Band under the direction of Mr. Browder graders who hope to be in the regular band later, They and Mr. Dows is composed of sixth, seventh, and eighth meet three times a week. This page sponsored by The Virginia Beach Rock Shop, Mrs, M, C. Brooks, Owner, 77 diff dI?0fQfg QFGOQ 014113 cm El eimlgga' 6 M.-,Y M., .., V K . . V, - A , , Front row: J. Davis, S. Adkins, P. Finley, N. Sawyer, B. Early, B. Waferfield, L. Dixon. Last row: J. Gray, B. Rocke- McCoy, B. Stivers, M. Davis, M. Kent, K. Sevier, D. Brad- charlie, D. Spicer, J. l-laubrich, D. Hummer, K. Longworth, ley, D, Gimmons, P. Gimmons, C. Winz, C. Lovet. Second C. Mundun, B. Brown, J. Alfred, L. Van Nostrand, M. Toy- row: C. Edwards, B. Minton, D. White, D. Boykin, S. Ry- loe, B. Henry, L. Longworth, J. James, J. Vasile, L. dell, M. Killen, C. Shelton, J. Shelley, R. Burns, G. McFar- Schmidt, M. Coughlan, S.. Crouch. land, Ca. Pallette, D. Twisdale, P. Hubbard, C. Harris, E. Brawn or brains? 78 AlfOQ9Tl19f HOW- X ,gf mmf 01115 Front row: L. Hall, B. Coffman, D. Williams, S. Brooks, B. McNicholas, S. Bowers, B. Goffred, A. Walton, K. Kight, P. Hubiak, C. Grinstead. Second row: M. Kellam, B. Yates, B. Taylor, M. Cupp, J. Neal, R. Killen, J. McCellan, R. Chaplain, J. Stivers, L. White, C. Sproles, G. King, B. Bell, 91246 P C. Jones. Last row: N. Sparks, J. Conner, L. Henry, P McDade, J. Richardson, M. Thompson, B. Towle, L. White- hurst, C. Davis, C. Rucker, M. Beavers, B. Carpenter, C Swindell. 014613 Front row: S. Smith, L, Cooley, A. Van Nostrand, C. Simp son, S. Wood, K. Fanney, S. Walker, P. Sweeney, C. Ed- wards, K. Hamilton, A. Hollomon, S. Burford, B. Goffredt Second row: L. Pallette, C. Spruill, A. Murphy, S. Strole, J. Newton, C. Brown, P. Fauber, C. Miller, D. Ayres, S. Baxter, J. Barns, S. lser, B. Armstrong. Last row: L, White B. Tabor, B. Felton, C. Wright, N, Runyon, M. Wetmore R. McMiIIian, J. Taylor, G. Cook, A. Robinson, P. Crist, S Tepo, S. Butt, M. Meiner. 11121614 100176212 I .53 li Front row: M. Jard, N. Runyon, D. Strohkorb, M. Kellcm, L. Hubbard, P. Harschutz, S. Michaels, L. Fox, D. Ayres. Second row: B. Scarborough, S. Ervin, L. Williams, W. Crutchfield, A. McDowell, S. Stormont, S. Walker, The Junior Civitan Club is affiliated with the Senior Civitan Club sponsored by Mr. Greg- ory and Mr. Pat Standing. The members are elected by the club members at the beginning of the year. A banquet is,then given for the new members and the officers are installed. This year the club sponsored an orphan. At Seated: Jimmy Batchelor-Pres., Laurie Fox-Vice-Pres., Dyanne Strohkorb-Recording Secretary. Standing: Stephen Michaels-Sergeate-at-Arms, P e r r y Harschutz-Tre-as., Debbie Ayres - Corresponding Secretary. Not pictured: Margie Jard-Chaplain. K. Fanney. Third row: G. Harvey, K. Gore, S. Brennan, S. Burke, M. Drewry, L. Costenbader, M. Beavers, T. Wil- liams. Last row: W. Wood, M. Keville, J. Small, J. Evans, S. Farmer, B. Harshcutz, M. Strickler. graduation a scholarship will be presented. Fruitcakes were sold again at Christmas. An- other annual project was selling Halloween candy. Several members attended the area con- vention, while Laurie Fox represented the club at the district conference. l Junior Civitans throw party for new members. This page sponsored by Mr. R. M. Furniss, Jr. gn feracf Lee Entsminger-President, Leslie Watson-Vice-Presb dent, Webb de Witt-Secretary, Som Sykes-Treasurer, The Interact Club is the junior branch of the Rotary Club organized to promote inter- national understanding and good will. This year the members sponsored a surfing movie and sold seat cushions, school pennants, and re- Paul de Witt-Director, Rogan Pulley-Director, Bart Theberge-Director. freshments at the Beach Bowl Dance. A ban- quet was given for the new members and in- stallation ot officers. They also contributed to the Virginia Beach Athletic Fund with the money made by clearing land for a picnic area. pr Front row: Z. Clement, J. Ortt, P. de Witt, S. Sykes, L. Ent- K. Todd, R. Ball, M, Wylie, G. Ford, J. Williams. Last row: sminger, R. Jones. Second row: R. Pulley, T. Mathias, J. B, Gregory, R. McGinnis, J. Taylor, C. Moarer, R. McCall, Mathias, L. Watson, M. Hannon, B, Theberge. Third row: W. de Witt, R. Peebles. cs 91171614 H 5796123 - - j .g. ' '12 ' " 1-1-1- -Y- -.-...-i.. 9... Z!! Amy Danforth-President, Wanda Crutchfield-Vice-Presb dent, Candy Hinchee-Secretary, Peggy Preston-Treasurer, Y-Teens is a girls' club, whose goals are to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities and to grow in knowledge and in the love of God. The Y- Teens have had an ambitious year. Among their money-making projects they have had '27 Pat Hubiak-Chaplain, Monica Cummings-Reporter, Jill Mowen District l.C.C. Representative. numerous bakesales and raffles. Goodwill projects have included Christmas gifts for foster homes, and an adoption of a grand- mother from Holmes Rest Home. For the enjoyment of the club members, they are preparing tor a Mid-Winter Ball in February. Front row: A. Danforth, W. Crutchfield, C. Hinchee, P. B. Crawford, A. Hubard, K. Hamilton, S. Ingram, C. Preston, P. Hubiok, M. Cummings, J. Mowen, K. Goran- Hoggard, P. Crist, J. Edge, M. Coffman. Fourth row: son, J. Downing, S. Butler, D. Strohkorb, L. Ricks. Second T. Hughes, S. Wilkerson, C. Corder, M. Etheridge, H. row: L. Burmock, J. Neal, S. Molnar, C. Sproles, P. Joy, A. Vowell, C. West, M. Jard, N. Sparks, C. Wright, Murphy, S. Lowe, N. Kutz, L. Henry, D. Hoarty, E. B. Armstrong, S. Baxter. Lost row: H. Evans, G. Sedell, Carpenter, A. Simpson, P. Sweeney. Third row: S. Brown, S. Nase, J. Sharp, S. Griffin, L. White, B. Southerland, C. Newnom, B. Smith, B. Murden, B. Smith, L. Cauley, J. Taylor, B. Sawyer, L. Smithson, L. Webb, J. Litchfield. unzof ye fjeens Jane Donforth-President, Jackie Sivertsen-Vice-Presb dent, Connie Jones-Secretary. Second row: Martha de Witt-l.C.C. Representative, Crissie Brockenbrough- The Junior Y-Teens is a club organized for the purpose of growing in friendship with peo- ple of all races, religions, nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and the love of God. Treasurer, Bonnie Peebles-Chaplain, Brook Baxter- Reporter. Their projects this year include a Thanksgiving dance at the Lomplighter, o raffle, and a donut sale. The members of this club are students in the eighth and ninth grades. Front row: C. Brockenbrough, J. Sivertson, J. Danforth, C. Jones, B. Peebles, B. Baxter, M. de Witt. Second row: L. Nixon, J. Maher, S. Duckworth, E. Early, A. Williamson, Y, Hoarty, D. Sansaucy, N. Hart, D. Spicer, Third row: D. Jefferson, J. Waller, M. Ken, S. Whiting, K. l-louse, P, McGuire, K. English, B, Nagle, C. Bethune. Fourth row: K. Wommack, C. Casey, R. Johnston, J. Hankins, J. Brumley, L. Nixon, C. Sevier, H. Taylor. jnejige ,Tj if, Front row: S. Brennan, A. Danforth, M. Kenley, S, Burke, L. Henry, L. Fax, P. Harshcutz, C. Hinchee, D. Hoarty. Second row: B. Crawford, A. Murphy, K. Goranson, K. Grinstead, L. Costenbader, L, Williams, N, Rydell, J. Edge, C Sproles, S. Ingram, R. Beasley. Third row: P. l-lubiak, L. Lawler, L. Burmoclc, P. Hagerman, D. Fauber, C. Whalen, J. Sivertsen, C. Corder, J. Bailey. Fourth row: J. Cheshire, P. Fauber, P. Preston, C. Edwards, C. Lassiter, M. Preston, L. Reinhardt, P. Brown, S. Wilker- son. Lost row: N. Runyon, P. Crist, M. Halstead, C. Simp- son, N. Sparks, M. Jard, C. Wright, C. Meredith, T. Hughes. The James M. Helmer Tri-Hi-Y was organized in order to create, main- tain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high stand- ards of Christian character. Their projects included the organization ot the Christmas program, the annual sale of telephone directories, and sending two members to the Blue Ridge Conference during the summer. Front row: Sally Burke-Pres., Amy Danforth-2nd Vice- PVGS-, Leah Henry-lst Vice-Pres., Perry Harshcutz- Treas. Second row: Laurie Fox-Rep., Candy Hinchee- C-1 43 Hist., Dorinda Hoaty-Recording Sec., Margaret Kenley -Corr. Sec., Susan Brennon-Chap. hrs We zba l Q5 fl Q. .L J Dale Wilson-President, Tommy Mathias-Secretary-Treasurer, Perry Harschutz-Vice President. The Ars Medica is a club open to all students interested in a medical career. Its members make tours of several hospitals. The senior members will make house calls with a doctor. The club benefited by several speakers, both nurses and doctors. A film was shown an the opportunities of the medical profession. Q4 'Z 71 First row: A. Simpson, P. Harschutz, B. Crawford, C. Ed- Murphy, B. Harschutz, L Lawler, L Cauley, B. Carpenter wards, B. Taylor, T. Mathias, S. Butler, Second row. J. L. Leigh. Fourth row: J. Edge, L. Leigh. Fifth row: J. Mo Cheshire, L. Costenbader, C. Howard, H. Fanney, B. Ken- thias, B. Petty, C. Moorer, W. Wood, Iey, W. Bailey, M, Cummings. Third row: G. Fox, P. Enogram om .. E C 1 N by -...... ... , 5-1-3-91... 5- .L--.,.-.,w .... . .g . 'Q ,-... Front row: Max Wylie, Jimmy Lee, Bart Miller, Stephen Bennie Williams, Mike Gray, Tommy Rice, Tim Fanney Michaels, Keith Gore, John Cummings, Last row: Richard Steve Ervin, Ken Hill, Dickerson, Chris Hanson, Louis Hubbard, Mike Keville, The Monogram Club is an organization made up of the Iettermen of the varsity sports. The members are brought into the club by an initiation. This year the annual slave sale was held. The senior football players and senior cheerleaders were presented trophies at the Football Banquet. The members have hopes of buying different Seahawk jackets for Monogram Club members only. E' "Sf Seated: Louis Hubbard-President, Bill Duckworth-Vice- Robert Myers-Secretary, Tommy Rice-Treasurer. President. Standing: Chris Hanson-Sergeant-at-Arms, 86 Q' 'T' 3,4 f"7 .4-1 Mary Jo Kellam-Pres., Sherri Fruin-Vice-Pres., Linda de Leon-Sec., Laurie Fox-Treo., Rene Michaels-Chap. and Sergeant-at-arms The Girls Athletic Achievement Association is one of the youngest clubs in school. How- ever, it has added a much-needed boost in school spirit. Early in the year they gave the eighth grade class copies of all the cheers. After football season, they served dinner at the football banquet and presented the team with a plaque to hang in the hall. They en- couraged interest in the spring sports with posters in the school. mf- f - - 1 fm' J l 5 1 Z! -nw 1 v .JJ : 3 c i. Xliliif i v l ww f' l - ,i v, s Front row: L. de Leon, R. Michaels, L. Fox, M. Kellam, S. Fruin, J. Jennings, P. Hagerman, P. Fauber, S. Blake- ley, M. Sullivan, B. Taylor. Second row: S. Molnar, S. Lowe, S. Hilton, B. Wood, S. Hilton, T. King, A. Walton, C. Townsend, C. Howard, B. Carpenter, D. Furniss, M. Cummings, M. Coffman, C. Rucker, M. Etheridge. Third row: L. Lidick, C. Garrett, S. Dempsey, M. Jackson, L. Chaplain, l. Soffee, L. Leigh, N. Rydell, J. Edge, C. Hendricks, L. Leigh, S. Ingram, S. Brennan. Fourth row M. Drewry, L. Williams, H. Joy, J. Litchfield, A. Simpson A. Killen, A. Jones, C. Wright, M. Misklmon, T. Wil- liams, M. Jard, J. Sharp, J. Lawson. Last row: L. Hall C. Richardson, A. Vowell, B. Sawyer, L. Webb, J. Hines, J. Hines, J. Taylor, B. Bovard, S. Farmer, M. Preston, A Hubard, H. Evans, C. Leonard. gufufe 01229122 ers Front row: J. l-lohman, G. Potter, C. Hendrix, D. Themi- des, G. Dagenkolb, P. McDade, Mrs McClannan. Lost row: The Future l-lomemakers Club is an organi- zation for all home economic students. The purpose is to prepare to become better house- wives. This year at Christmas time the members made toys for the orphans in Saint Mary' In- S. Whiting, M, Voight, M. Voight, B. Tabor, D. Howell, S. Ferguson, S. Smith. fant Home in Norfolkg at Easter they made favors to put on the trays of patients in the hospital. The club held a program on home care of the sick. Money-raising projects included two bake sales. They were taught how to color shoes by a representative from Shu-Rite. -.Yu ' is ,..,Y ,-fr - ,5ai.f"' 4, Q ,.i. 'Ei-A Christine l-lendrix4Presider'-t, Dolores Themides-Vice-President, Janet Hines-Secretary, Janice Hines-Treasurer, Gracie Potter-Historian. 2757 is Jill Mowen-Pres., Nancy Jo Runyon-Vice-Pres., Jill Sivertsen-Sec., Loren Lawler-Treas., John Woolen-Historian. The Future Teachers of America is a na- tional organization whose purpose is to en- courage students to enter the teaching profes- sion and to cultivate qualities of leadership, character and scholarship. This year the members presented the eighth grade class with floor plans of the school on their first day. They gave the faculty a tea to welcome the new teachers and washed all the boards. Last fall they entered a float in the beach Bowl Parade with the money they raised by sponsoring a bake sale. In November they sent three delegates to the state convention in Roanoke. This spring a scholarship was given to a worthy senior. ll l 5 ...Bill QQ Front Row: J. Mowen, N. Runyon, J. Siversten, L. Law- ler, J. Woolen, C. Bahlman, N. Sutherland, L. Lents, B. Jones, Y. Hoarty, C. Wommack, J. Waller, N. Rydell. Second Row: M. Addenbrook, K. English, S. Moorer, H. Fanny, W. Hostetler, S. Lowe, A. Vowell, B. Sawyer, L. Webb, H. Joy, L. Henry, P, Crist, M. MacDonald. Third Row: S. Wood, C. Wright, A. Jones, P. Lattimer, V. Lee, B. McCoy, S. Molnar, L. Hall, C. Hendricks, G. Dagen- B 9 ' i 15 I 1 E kolb, A. Hubard, J. Edge, L. Nixon. Fourth Row: H. Evans, S. Sharp, M. Etheridge, L. Lee, N. Kutz, B. Pee- bles, H. Maher, S. Duckworth, J. Sivesten, C. Whalen, C. Townsend, P, Brown, L. Reinhardt, B. Ball. Last Row: K. Leonard, J. Lawson, J. Sharp, G. Sedell, J. Davies, M. Halstead, L. Fox, M. Jard, T. Williams, D Fauber, M. Preston, S. Farmer, L. Wise, L. Dillon. Z1Sff1'6uf1'Ue gokzcafzbn 'ff , ,, TJLL' fy' i Y. Front row: Mr. Wade-Sponsor, B. Williams, L. Leslie, Russell, M. Meiner, B. McNicholas, F. Hope. Lost row: R K. Morgan. Second row: B. Paxton, J. Davis, S. Flynn, L. Allen, H. Allen, D. Kist, J. Garrenton, G, Harris, J. Spruill Ricks, B. Nixon. Third row: L. Jackson, R, McMiIlian, M. The Distributive Education Club, sponsored by Mr. Wade, offers instruc- tion in distribution and marketing and aids in improving the techniques of distribution. The projects this year were selling candy and giving an em- ployer-employee banquet. Scott Husted was elected State President and District President this year. dh Z' xl .. l Front row: Carol Swindell-Vice-Pres., Kent Morgan- Sandra prepares for the future. Pres., Donna Smith-Treas. Lost row: Herman Allen- Parl., Gay Roberson-Sec., Doug Kist-Hist.-Rep., Mr. ' Wade-Sponsor. ' 1,1 CAQSS CAE l ll T' fv Front row: Mr. Gurney-Sponsor, B. Ewing, S. Sharp, J. R. Reed, S, Jones, B. Sessums, W, Bailey. Fourth row: D. Harvy, P. Hinchee. Second row: J. Small R Jackson M Solomon, S. Larson, W. Wood, J. McClellan, D. Woolen, V h R Da bt. Grinstead, M. Beavers. Third row: V. Loscialo, R, Killlen, Last row: C. Moorer, B. Duckworth, P. aug n, . u The newly-formed Chess Club was organized at the suggestion of Princess Anne High School. This club brings together students who share the com- mon interest ot chess. With Mr. Gurney as sponsor the members hope to have tournaments with area high schools. 4-If -:fx vid Joe Small--Pres., Ross Killen-Sec,Treas., Doug Solomon Checkmate! -Vice-Pres. 9l L Ai' 'Qu ,",4v-ffigxnn. ' 3.253- . i , t "' -is 3 3' Ji. f s . - . . , Q vm., , ,LV A, 1, R. . ,RMP , , ' , ' X - , , ' -s - l 4 , - ,, IL,-aT..."t an --.. 8' ,gi . 'I' '. ' -'s r -. 5...-4' WW?" ' '7 -l ' ' 'M .. ' 1 A - -! , 0 1. ,. ,W .,.., ,+..."m .4 M., ,. . I . - s , ' . ' . 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' - ' f-xr. we-r - . - s 5 1- -v . ' n., ,Q , 3 , . ' vvr' ' QR Q - " it 4 Tv , ' 4-V' -xr' 4 Q nf: !v."-L First Forewoy of the Princess Anne Country Club Golf Course-Early 1920's Everything is the some except the cars and the dress! 92 A ,Q C510 offs 1964 Q8 'I W... l"' fx wyexxr W ii . ,W -s Co-Captains-Bill Duckworth, Chris Hanson. Front row: R. Chaplain, M. Gray, R. Myers, T. Noden B. Wiiliams J. Romano, L. Hubbard, B. Doubt. v ,..... E f rl.. if CD 686606069 QD I , MESMI BQII W 21 if' 6' 33.5 95 , .... 1 A., X ' " X: fix. L. R ' 95' mr 5 I I . T. Rnce. 2nd row: R. Puliey, K. Hull, E. Austun, G. Leary, B. Taylor, R. R J. Whitehurst. Back row: M, Hallock, M, Flynn, R. Troutmon, B S borough yols, D. Johnson, CSQd5d wfs '52 . J , Cf'!S+x II Bill Duckworth 'xCo-captain l ..-as--.,-...... , , , Q...-v. MUN", Jerry Whitelmrst ' ' 9121 all .iv I .l 4 'i, I .': RI:-l ggi? 9 Y 9 Louis v. If .l,.s, . P . W JJQI UQ , :7""'2"'W1'57'fPv-Q ? Bennie Williams s Robert Meyers ...gf-'- ww 'ASP- Y -'31 - Bob Romano Zfksf Wm? Chris Hanson Pl? 2:4 J N' 2 vu .,. Co-captain P if Russell Chaplain ' 1 ,Q , I v H I u 5:8 vlljf 'Q 14" , .. A 1 . ' . . . .v - 4 . . ,X , 1- . . w - - . 0151 ". ur.-'?"-gh'kl"M 'Pi "' ' MlkeGf0Y .Q lv 5, ,.' 'e1..- ' -,iv I A l Ami" , . - s ' '-f"' f". -ff' Ani! - K Q , ,X I 1 . 'I . 4 1 1,5 'xv ixfvrlpf .sqmx .1?ggqd:v4..QQ! gb, . .iff i 'L ' ,.s M54 , y ss! 9 gb' .,qxAQ-,Y if K p,n:x...s 21,1 ri. o L -i '1",Q' I ' - WWW Tommie Rice hob-44" ' s ., u .. ' 'wiqfig' 1' ' ll Q. -2 ,-z . J ' " ' r-f' , DOUIIIGIHQEOQ Q A- , A ' " . .11 ' 1 -- ,5 I. ' . -.... " -, ,ei 'F eiL"" s ,A , , . , 2 Y'.g1g,rN ga --V " 1. I -- f.- '. A-f .4 ' . ' big' ,,,f1m.m-ui' n John Romano .fp J ,rf f S 25?-"T, 'QQ r 1 9 '4 ' -Add 4.0, .V The l964 football season was an unusual one for the Seahawks, In their first year in Group I-A competition they emerged with an impressive 7-3 record and the Eastern District scoring champion, Chris Hanson. The Seahawks opened the season with an easy 32-O victory over Cape Charles. Next, the Norfolk Academy Bulldogs and the Suffolk Raiders fell victims to the Seahawks by scores of l9-l2 and 26-O. The Seahawks rolled over the James Blair Jaybees I5-7g but, hampered by injuries, lost to York 27-O. However the Seahawks rebounded from their I.-4 fs ,. 1.51" A - 1 M 4 ,"'- ... E: gl "' NL- '- ' PV? ,N ' Q ,,..'..-il" 1 -vs Zak, 9 G? , S .B 'fs if 3 ff Qwf-e'7" defeat with a 27-7 victory over Northampton only to lose a thriller to Cox High I3-7. The Seahawks had mounted a powerful scoring drive only to have the game called with I2 seconds showing on the scoreboard clock. A state scoring record was set by a Virginia Beach rout of 82-6 over Holland. Unfortunately, in the next to the last game the Seahawks suffer- ed a l6-O defeat at the hands of Southampton High School. Finally, the '64 Seahawks rounded out the season by winning the Homecoming game by a score of 26-25 over the Kellam Knights. in-Q... . , i l bi H 1 . "av '. Q i luvff' Front row: R. McCall, L. Agee, D. Johnson, J. Batchelor, S, A. McDowell, M. Keville F. Wilson, R. Billingsley, R. M Ervin, Coach Coulthard. Back row: M. Hannon L. Hubbard, Ginnis M, Flynn. The Seahawk varsity basketball team experi- enced one of the worst seasons it has ever had, but plenty at spirit and team hustle kept them going against the much larger Eastern District teams. They played such basketball powers as Maury, Newport News, Norview, and Wilson. The boys deserve a lot of credit for sticking in there. J wh -.l --w- f Floyd pops two against Maury. 1? 9 Basketba .40 .35 .60 .62 .61 .48 .27 .44 .49 .48 .39 .44 A II Results Oscar Smith . Warwick . . . Ferguson .. Kellam . . . Maury .... Cox ...... Craddock . . . Norview . . . Kellarn .... P.A. . . . . Granby . . . Wilson .. 7 l Beach fights for rebounds 1' OK, Boys! fi' Sl! ,JE ,vcd GIALYIQ C eer QGOQITS Homecoming Heroes -E -us-, .-K 'S --"fs -...ww Rap! Rap! Rop! 1. ls.- N fx 1' What do you wont? Victory! This page sponsored by Commander and Mrs. David T. Williams Go, fight, win! ! 3- 's Betsy Harschutz Q . Peggy Preston Lyn Williams Captain Lyn Cosfenbader Trudy Williams al Margaret Ann Drewry Q as Linda de Leon Nancy Rydell -x .. y Mary Jo Kellam 4 resffkizy eam fix l Front row: S. Michaels-Captain, J. Romano. Second row: C. l-loel. Third row: Coach Gregory, R Ryals C Hanson M, Shean. K, Gore, R. Troutman, B. Miller, L. Entsminger, B. Duckworth, R. Heflin. Lost row: J Cummings The 1965 wrestling team has had a very successful year under the guid once of Coach Gregory. School interest in wrestling has grown this year as the team has outstandingly met the challenge of their new Group l standing Wrestling Results VB Ferguson VB York VB Norfolk Cath. VB Churchland VB Oscar Smith VB Norfolk Acad. VB Warwick VB RA. VB Kecoughtan VB Great Bridge VB Kellam VB Cox Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Won Won Lost Won Lost Lost Lost " ti Gore goes for pin Li 1 J axe gafl 'sr 4-fi i Front row: J. Jard, J. Tucker, T, Burns, R. Nolan, M, Whitehurst, J. Batchelor, R, McGinnis, M. l-iannan, K. Wylie, Back row: J, Ortt, M. Flynn, K. Hill, J. Porter, L, Coffey. The l963-l964 season for the Seahawks' baseball tearn was an exciting one. Hopes were low when our small team was hit early in the season by injuries, but with the strong pitching arm of Max Wylie, the Seahawks had a fine season. ati .- ' ' fa,-1.-r:.g' ilu' FA :ra-q :sl 1' ,Q Af.: " -1 ,. P .45 A.-.1 si-, ,, IO7 Virginia Beach Cox . Virginia Beach Kellam . Virginia Beach James Blair Virginia Beach Barry-Robinson . Virginia Beach Norfolk Academy Virginia Beach Poquoson . . Qty l 5 y. Front row L to R: Barry Evans, Archie McDowell, Jack Todd, Zack Clement. Back row L to R: Larry Fitton, Leslie Watson. Last year's golf team"s record of 23 matches won and 3 lost was merely indicative of the showing that Archie McDowell, Leslie Watson, Zack Clement, and Jack Todd would make in the state Group I B and Group II golf cham- pionship in Staunton, Virginia. Unable to play Virginia Beach. . HW Hampton Virginia Beach ll Ferguson Virginia Beach.. 7V2 Ferguson Virginia Beach ll Craddock Virginia Beach 8 P. Anne Virginia Beach i2 Maury . Virginia Beach IO Craddock Virginia Beach 9V2 P, Anne Virginia Beach llV2 Cox Virginia Beach l2 Kellam . in the larger state tournament because of V.B.l-l.S.'s Group ll status, the boys won the Staunton tournament by a whopping l4 strokes. ln the individual competition, Leslie Watson and Zack Clement finished first and second respectively. i J 9121213 1 'S QD, lx 'gin Vi Front row, L to R: Earl Hancock, Bill Berquist, Ward Wood, Walter Elkins. Bock row: Billy Doubt, Chuck Moorer, Bob lves, Mike Beavers. The 1964 season gave our tennis team four victories and valuable ex- perience for the players. With the majority of players returning, the Sea- hawks' tennis team looks forward to a successful i965 season. 'Y Virginia X Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Seahawk serves' 109 Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Beach Radford .. James Blair ... Norfolk Catholic James Blair ... Princess Anne . Franklin ,.... Frederick MA. Franklin .... Princess Anne . Norfolk Catholic Frederick MA. .F -,ga ,. .5 - 1964 Sea aw! ZCGCA 790122 fi ,v . f' 'X wr' -:S '9 sd' cf Kneeling R Hyde M Kevllle Stondung R Dickson R. McCall, L. Hubbard, F. Wilson. Missing from picture: Z' pmt' ,vh7,,, X l lO S, Ervin, K. Caffey, B. Mercer, C. Hanson, E. Austin. The track team, though hindered by its small numbers, came through with some im- pressive individual wins in a number of track and field events during the '64 season, It competed with such teams as Oscar Smith, Cox, Norfolk Academy, Kellam, Princess Anne, and later in the Group ll State Meet held at the College of William and Mary. . ' J - A i1YifQi f1iQt-Bw.?fi Y eafawfj Z0f6af1764 Front row: M. Waller, D .Wood, D. Bradley, D, Ash, G. Price, W. Stillman, K. Smith, J. Kitchin, Second row: T Davis, C. Graves, B. Matthews, E. Blair, E. Lockman, P. Nixon, J. Howard, R. Armsworthy. Third row: B. Ottinger, The baby Seahawks for 1964 were a hard- working, devoted group of boys who cashed in on the speed of their running backsxandgag powerful defense to wrap up a succiessfgpil'-'54 3-1 football season. ,fr or 4'id V fx ,- 5 '- i . 'C v " i -, ,V ' , N- Xl , .X N i i ' ,, ,. E v -rs 'Q 1... .- ' - Xi -J A ,. L , - S, my . , -. - A , ,, K V-Q X 1 - , 1 .fe -.-. N4 -,. - R,iifBa'yside 14.5 .. 7, efviffgiiig ggqcif J D Qi-5,.N5fr0iiL ,AcQdemSf'i O xvif5e?ia'61'QB1eqph,jv3 ekelmhk! . Qi .. 7 bL!YlI9QLLl5V-fBegQli1Y56',v,"'lSlOrtl1QlT1b1'Of1 o Beactff' 3 'J N 'YQrginiCle. '-I. Bayside .... .. .13 Evtkgmo Beach r i 0 12 Cox.. Virginia Beach 21 Kellam .. O Virginia Beach 27 Kempsville . .. O V ,.,, 13,955-lfempsvillle'S . -A--f D. Bobbit, J. Fitzgerald, J. Grimstead, B. Fanney, R. Reed, M. Sweeney, J. Strohkorb, Fourth row: B. Farley, J. Milner, F. Wright, S. Hendricks, J. Garafallo, R. Bishop. Bock row: Coach Keeffe, Coach Boyd, Coach Coulthard. 3, SQQAQCU is 1965 215i Front row: John Milner, Owen Moore, Gary Rice, Chuck Myers, Som Arrington. Bock row Larry Taylor, Glen Miller, Gus Martinez, Winslow Stillman, Ronnie Armsworthy, Ed Blair Buddy Sidwell, Mr. Keeffe. --.,,, 5' 1 Q --w ,,.,....,,.....-.----'-""' 5 -'S Seahawks poise for action. 112 J fbjasfefgaf -is Winslow is fouled on the jump. The Junior Varsity Seahawks met the challenge of entering Group I standing. They played a hard season and gained valuable experience for next year. fd? P'f' 1'3" J.V. looks for opening. QQ'- il T-6 .IA A fagm for the bon. ns X. i I, l 4 'E--2. ' ' , - 1. l....4 -,.,' 1: Tn., ,, L7 U Clfeefkeaoem K 'S Front row: Becky McCoy, Connie Jones, Debbie Tillett. Bock row: Candy Casey, Petey Snider Frances Gilliam, captaing Sharron Farmer, Merle Preston l -441 ,X , C--.--x,,"'x. J- J,V, Cheerleaders help generate pep of basketball games, 1 4 Y , fg QIQGOQ Zasfefgafl Front row: F. Sibert, B. Lawler, B. l-lines, G. Beach. Back row: W. Agee, G. Esposito, S. Clark, N. Cheely, D. Hendrix, D. Fauber, J. Strohkorb, Coach Smith. The eighth grade basketball team, under Coach Smith, had a terrific first year ancl outhustled their opponents to come in with a great winning season. . 3 Score Results .24 Bayside ...... . . . 3l .57 Norfolk Christian .... lo .42 Kempsville . . . . . . 43 .40 Kempsville . . . . . 37 .47 Bayside ............. 40 .38 Norfolk Academy .... 35 .60 Carolton Oaks ...... 41 .30 Bayside ....... . . . 42 .44 Norfolk Christian ..... 34 Lf' ll5 XX Y u + ,- -,. .n i 1 4 W I ,fl .v 1 'ul QL. f 1 1 ff 3 Q' - :lhxglft Q. Q! -o-snag'--.vkx lv '- 4-1 . I, s-,',.,,,...t . . i C ,a 142.2 -uwivf I . Atlantic Avenue - Early 1920's Atlantic Avenue in the early 1920's can hardly be recognized as the same place the UNDERCLASSMEN are skate-boarding. H6 SUGAI l0ll - f' MP3 NR' 'WT GN I Alf' XX' Eggs 2 ,-,,....-- WI? UQIGCJQS S122 QI? Q 'fig , xr . A A Q A' , J- , ,ip i Q , l C7 ss. X Lane Agee Laura Allen fr- 1:- Ralph Allen William Armstrong r'-. 'V' w Ho- Tis? ligne, ,sn-Q V W 'F' v 1 f ,A if V, , 1 A 5, Y GQJS .......f' ff' l s -4 slr. " 'gal he ,, by ' v"l -1 n Carlton Austin Susan Bailey Nancy Arnold Thomas Arthur Class Officers John Ortt, Presidentg Trudy Williams, Vice-Presidentg l l l Lawrence Barco Barbara Bell Susan Blakely Valerie Bradshaw Joan Branchs Rosalie Beasley Charles Birch Elizabeth Bovard 118 ll 0 766 Q Ap- 5 Q 1:-r "' C"' Susan Brennan Rita Brogan 6..- 'cy 1 Stua rt B roo ks Sa ra Burford 1 Margie Jard, Secretaryg Laurie Fox, Treasurer. K P Q T R I 519- Judy Butt Elizabeth Carpenter Greg Cayce Linda Chaplain ll9 AGU xx X A Sally Burke Linda Burmock sv-rf' he Russell Chaplain Patricia Copeland Y 'K T17 Mary Burns Patricia Burns 6' L. YQ T' . xx- N 1 KX X Mary Coffman Linda Cauley Ca rol Co rder Linda Cornett 57 ., L J ,f . ,x .Y sv 5 iii -e-' ffl' 5- X 1 94.1 Monica Cummings Margaret Cupp ,119 David Davies James Davis Linda de Leon Charles Davis Nancy Day Webb de W Richard Dillon Gary Dolgins Joan Downing Lee Entsminger Chris Diorietes William Doubt Larry Easter Stephen Ervin l2O iff Beth Ewing Linda Farrar l l ,J 'Z' 1 Q- 15 J!! 1 .af divx' ta' James Felton Gayanne Fox 1' 3 in L jf-'D William Goffred Kristin Goranson Laurie Fox Sherri Fruin Diana Furniss Pat Freeman John Fuquay John Garrenton Robert Gregory Sharon Griffin Cv' QA- 4' A 1-fr -fx ge-4 Frederick Grosskreutz Peggy Hagerman Vance Harris James Heflin Raymond Guizetti Mike Hallock Perry Harschutz Christine Hendrix ill agua". 5- Sandra Hilton Janet Hines Michael Hitchler Craig Hoel Susan Hilton Janice Hines Dorinda Hoarty James Hoggard .-MEM ' 1 Q 'nfl 11 IU Junior CIOSS party I I22 sl , . . X 2 L X 6 ' l Anita Hollomon Frank Hope S Barney Howell Teresa Hughes E' Robert Hyde Mary Lee Jackson ll ii xii Gail James Marjorie Jard . U5 L- 9- Q' ' lf, 1 . ffl' J t li ' f il :S i Q i rs- . J, A x Y , fi i Af Xiu! , Jean Jennings Anne Jones Alan Johnson Mary Jo Kellam 1--. 6 L. jf' l xx v 'i Alice Killen Ross Killen lr cr 3 Gertrude King Susan Koogier 5'x i 4G . 1'1" qw-9 Cherry Lassiter Letitia Leigh Robert Longanecker Melvin Mathias Robert McCall Loren Lawler Betsy Lemon James Mathias Thomas Mathias Gregory McCulloch T23 4' l Yi Margaret McDade Ronald McGinnis Archibald McDowell Brian McNicholas 51- James Morgan Brenda Moseley "1E""' New ,. Kathy Munson Brenda Murden 'K' -9"" Catharine Meredith Barton Miller Molly Miskimon Irene Michaels Ernest Miller Stephanie Molnar ng: :Pl P' . 15" Mark Nagle William Newton James Noden James Napier Robert Nixon John Ortt l24 fx 6- X John Peck Jean Phillips I Ragan Pulley Sharon Putnam l fn- Raymond Ramey Jeanne Richardson ia- ...s 'Y' 5 .1 Linda Ricks Wayne Robertson Konette Ritter Jerry Robinson 3 i John Romano Leonard Screba Ann Simpson Catherine Smith Mary Smith Boyd Scarborough Kathy Sharp Betty Smith Donna Smith Mike Smith l if? Iris Soffee Nancy Sparks i Jvs. f 5 Q ?--Q I I fn S' 'AVN 45 A.. 3" jr Z, I .4-V' George Spruill Diana Steele Q-r-" ii Sarah Stormont Michaele Sullivan Dyanne Strohkorb Patricia Sweeney In ?""" Robert Toylor Scott Thompson L- Q--'X I 'I S .es 'K S' , 1 .- L 'T S ' 4 ' Ah-4 ' 7-D f S .' 1 ' tv 1 Y 5 ' I "" W dvi, l 1 W vi T Karen Tillett Linda Tolson Raymond Troutmon Janet Voliva Christine Waterfield Kenneth Todd Christine Touchstone Joshua Vaughan Susan Walker Mary Lee Wetmore 126 Paul Whesdos Jerry Whltehurst Sandra Wilkinson This is fhe way we wash our tubes . . , Linda White Larry Whitehurst Trudy Williams FQ. ,""NJ rv 1--i Donald Wvnz Brenda Wood Donald Woodhouse Pictures not available: Randy Allen Thad Fisher Mark Gredvig Clarence Griggs Constance Griggs William James Kathryn Kight George Leary Larry McClain l27 Catherine Miller Linda Pallette Robert Peebles Jeffrey Riley James Rohr Carolyn Todd Candace Wareing Suzanne Wood 1:-'N Q 1' Carolyn Wright fr' vs, In D, 4. SQ- vx . Carol Adkins Nanetfe Adkins 7- Frances Bailey Walter Bailey LJ 2, :cl Y im' 'l L.-.f vfv' li-B I Grace Adriance Ryan Amburn f ki fctl, 63:23 xl fn Betsy Ball Yvonne Barber Phil Barco Judy Barco Linda Barnes 41. , I, ' kb v.' Sharon Baull Mike Beavers Barbara Bell Maggie Beavers lm i w. "' 'W 0 767 ll f-lg 1 Z' U' C5 23- John Bennett Ronnie Billingsley i............. ..---i. X Secretary, Merle Prestong Treasurer, Cheryl Townsend ' -1 "Y 011 '5 1 L - A Q.- M. Q . iv . Q.. Jw. 7 :CN ffl., Hx' fkgif VL . If X ' -., 'PL ,. . X 4..-vin Robert Chenman Zack Cl Bmenf Roberto Black Robert Britt Charles Blum Christine Brown I " 3 IN ,Q ,mfr Paul Brugrnan Henry Carter 9 FTW ev, Penny Brown Sandra Brown li? Yi AML Vera Cernetich ,315 T JMX 'is 't " 'Q ' U 1, af 7' '- wx ' ., ii " .N N. Es h' gf: Bobbie Coffman Ronald Crawford Ted Davis Craig Corder Janet Davies Beatrice Dement 57' X ' Lili G, ,Rr or WVU 1 7- 5, X Lorence Dillon Jill Doolev Roark Doubt Margaret Drewry Paula Doyle Janice Edge we 'X Cm'-5. Harriet Fanney Sharon Farmer Doris Fauber Kathryn Esposito Maynor Etheridge . Bernadette Felton Helen Evans John Evans Robert Finn ' A cw. WWI, gf Y IN K is QQ-' 15 9'- ltvx svwl- N-fe' xx in Kandy Francis Pam Fuller George Georghiou Jane Goode Donna Graer Karen Friedel Clarissa Garrett Frances Gilliam Keith Gore Sara Graham F- l A "X mt in-1 4. L4 , I ' X Marsha Gray Patsy Hairston Betsy Hall Betsy Harschutz Norman Grosskreutz Edward Haith Bruce Harkins Gary Harvey wfx Thomas Heflin Karen Hoarty Brenda Holbrook Dianne Holloman no -ef ff YK ' , .l. A1 T7 Mason Hawes Portia Haynes gg. 6. 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Brenda Southerland Irene Stevenson Mike Stickler Richard Strong Linda Taylor Major Spessa rd Marie Stratton Richard Strohkorb Larry Taylor Cynthia Themides WI fl Ci VMG' ' 1...- ' Ruth Towle Elizabeth Uzzle Cheryl Townsend Ann Vowell Robert Thomson Albert Tolson hav' 5- 4... 4- - 1 fi S, Robert Walker Alice Walton Michael Walker Sandra Wareing Am' ,vw-,lb Loretta Webb Cecelia West Joanne Whesdos Nancy Wible Dorothy Williams -5 'QW ,, X 1- ' 0 'S A 1' fn- ,. - tj' 5- 0' 4 cd 4 , Timothy Wilson Charlene Withee David Woolen Lucy Wise Richard Wood Wintord Wright Pictures Not Available: Linda Ames Lynn Arcudi Ronnie Armsworthy Mary Barr Doris Bishop John Brassell Linda Brassell Larry Castle Charles Emanuelson Frederick Farley John Fitzgerald Philip Gardner Judy Gentleman Kurt Grimstead Donnie Grover Loretta Hall Linda Hardin Jackie Harvy Charles Hicks Kendall Hitchler Robert Lawlor Erin Lobb Fred Mapstone Sandra Murden Ronald Muse Clinton Norris Gracie Potter Gary Price William Rice Robert Romano Mary Smith Wilbur Thompson William Verdon Kathy Whalen Richard Whitten 1' qs ada, C' - 0 lg . 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Bev Brown Virginia Butt GSS 'W 0 vs ...J Duane Ash Carol Bahlman Barbara Banton Susan Axelrod Victor Baker Janice Barnard Raymond Emir Class Officers from left to right John Wolfe, Presidentg Candy Casey, Secrefaryg Martha Boone gg 1? 1""' s-5' is - lv' s lib 1 P' 5 v li' .. ...Q 1 ,,.f,l C, f ' A I V Armileta Capps William Chaplain LilG Cleland Candice Casey Heather Cheshire James Coats 0 31' 3 6' 4-- 3' 1 L G Eddy Conner Whit Cotton Carole Crockett Paula Cookson Denise Craig Gay Crorm S I ,- pas l S-- , ,,. i' . r a I ii . I Joanne DeBeasso Nancy Sutherland, Vice President, MGVHWO D9WiTT James Kitchen, Treasurer 76459 "' -. QSM -G ' an fi 5 g 1- Q- ,fe 'F' ...... H 4 , 'E MX' " .. ff . A su. . . ' J' f K U . A 'X no 'S lf x '- ug ' 'P Duncan Currie Karl Dail F i in nf 4' Virgil Douglas Sally Dunthorn Jane Danforth James Davis ff- David Day Bruce Dean Karen English Dean Entsminger 4455: V V Sally Etheridge Janet Fanney , 3 Or 9 L' g -A' L- Q.-X EQ' l -7' , , Q... wg v 4' 5 xg 's .r X 1 , 'N ga 6- 4 4. Q in ini' i-7' x . ' . D 'W' ' ni - Q "' I wig E i a az' . - I g '23, rju- :g . ' 2 Q ' 5 3: , ' . -5 . William Fanney Timothy Flynn William Fullerton Charles Gilliam Niki Gorrotti Dayid Harding Sandra Ferguson Jill Fuller John Garofalo Stephen Goranson Eleanor Griffin Steve l-larkins IVV' l 1 l A I I 1 'Q I . I5 1--r' xx ' A .L If Q gi Wil Melissa Harper Cheryl Harris Bobby Harris Rebecca Hauser 'A' r.. 1,"'. 3 . Q3 9. kl- J s Fred Haycox Jeffery Headley W. 4 ' 45 CN BQ,- Q-4 F? L. 1 iv--, Thomas Healy Ronald Heflin 3- 401 15 'Ch Larry Holeman Frances Holmes Katherine House Peter Hyde Robert Holland Betty Horton Bridgett Hughes Thomas James :N 7' 2,2 l J ,2- ,' . 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Q, , .- x A N ' ' I Owen Moore Alfonso Morgaw Sandro Morgan Douglas Bonney Michelle Moorer Russell Morgan Deborah Murdon Delores Murrv , f I Susan McClellan Rebecca McCoy 41 X' no- t l il f M l " I - x Joann Maher Randall Malbon eg. if Claudia McKenna John Moore .x 9-' . dr Q 'C' -.X M., I A 1:7 E .1 4 gy .1 5? E e ze 5 EA Beth Nagle Ann Nnxon Ken N191 Peter Nwon lo 4.- . fy ,npr- u 15 ' ' Joyce Oberman Peter Pages Billy Otinger Edward Pallette 1 is Us -' 1'-fi "' .4' .4",' Clarkson Price Connie Price 1. X - :J k xl A ga ss .. ld A Q i A is L- -C' Bruce Ralston Rex Reed it 1 - J 5 .3 if . Ch L W ,S Barbara Sapp Weldon Scott Robert Sapp Ailun Sexton '- 1 W, 4' George Parsons Judy Partin 7- 'x Xu John Richards Linda Ridinqs v 'Y' 4. L w 1 flask " yr 5. Bill Shaw Mark Shean auf" , I E? 11 V L' B2 4.3 Q- Bonnie Peebles Richard Peebles ps 2' vs I Steven Righter Candis Robeson -5,-l 5. KB' 17' lil MA ' 1 'F J Willard Pendleton Darrell Perry tv Q N 1 KN 95 5. Lacey Robeson Elizabeth Rockecharlie Ch. as 5. ev-- I' , lc . 1. wg. - ,' Carl Shelton Jane Simpson i-:1 ., . Joe Simpson Jackie Sivertsen of 96 fbi 59 . in XL I kk il Vance Piner Bobby Pittman 41- , ma' Q qv " X S James Rose Hayden Ross If un l -i Kath-ryn Slaughter James Snead 1 I '1 ,4 Donna Snider Delena Spicer l 6- L- QQ Q' . , B- . :f gg' X Joe Sproles Winslow Stillman Gayle Spry Bobby Stivers e ' 'f ' V f 'xi 4'- P3 John Tillett Steven Townsend 1,3 ' x 1 .1 'xx Mary Lou White Sandra Whiting I, 53 54 -vw . B- '-- ' .,-- 4- A is 1 A N Donna Van Kleeck Walter Van Nostrand Larry Van Nostrand Janet Vasile :I is dv , .v 33 Yi-' ' . it O Michael Willett John Wolfe Linda Williams Kathyrn Wommack gs QL' 'lf' if ps C' - -A B 9 ' 7 Donnie Strong Steven Sutton John Sweeney Nancy Sutherland Michael Swaney Debbie Tillett 1? F x ,. - .s. 7 , A .. . lx .sm g , . Us L if Sun? Linda Vick Jane Waller Deborah -Warren Martha Voight Hal Ward Mary KQV Whm, Pictures not Available: Thomas Amundson Christine Anderson Jane Austin Pat Avila Julia Baggett Kenneth Barnes Beverly Baxter Douglas Bonney Michael Brownlee Linda Chase Frank Davis Suzanne Duckworth Jay Franklin Marion Glickman Mark Gregory Danny Grimes Hal Harvey Barry Hicks Yvonne Hoarty David Hunter Dona Hughes Lawrence Jacobs Sharon Jarrell Barbara Jones Marie Kern Stephen Lamm Gary McFarland Linda Middaugh Pat Michel! Ray Nickel Robert Norris Thomas Price Garrett Rice Ronald Riggs Douglas Wakefield Leon White John Williams Addis Wolcott a 'iii' uf.- it I on L. YU" l l x 51 Standing: Mary Sydney Baker, secretaryg Steve Finn, treasurer, Kneeling: Mike Dennis, presi- Richard Ackiss June Adams Rhae Adams Suzanne Adkins Chicara Amburn Buddy Ammons Helen Arrington Frank Atkinson Lillian Avila Kathy Bailey Mary Sydney Baker Alan Ball Danny Banton George Barise Artie Barnes Laura Barnes Mike Bortnett Gary Beach Kenson Berford Norman Bertels Irene Beasley Cherith Bethune Donald Bethune Daryl Bobbit Jerry Bonney John Borror Clifford Booth Ginny Bosher Laurie Bowers Dole Boykin Debbie Bradley Margaret Bradshaw John Bratcher Claudine Braye Chris Brestrup Jerry Britt Holly Brockenbrough Karen Brooks Stephen Brooks David Brown Brian Brownlee Jill Brumley Raymond Burns Jackie Butler Tim Butler Brenda Cage Janet Cernetich Needham Cheeley Billy Christian Steven Clark Paula Clark Kemp Clifton Gloria Coleson Mike Cooley Jay Copeland Marsha Coughlan Kathy Craft Kathy Crawford Joann Crockett Marie Crouch Sharon Crouch Kathy Dale Philip Daniels Jeanne Davis Victor Davis Richard Day "CY 4,1 f ie' TY 3 27' bn-'fy' AQ' env it J , cy 5 t-r, ,J I xl C.. Y" iz" . -J '11 ,,, 'lv 1 I 74 L..- ,.. .1 w..., fl 2? :X H 1 1 S u-V, 1 , I.. i U! ,I ,VX 9 L. lou Qi" 6- .-. an I f v l44 1-r al Q' L.. vga, L- . 5,54 4 i 4- Bonnie Dean Ted Deory Ed Deaver Delores Dement Mike Dennis Linda Dixon Jan Douglas Elayne Early Mike Eason Cynthia Edwards Ben Eggeman Eugene Erb Leticia Espinoza Gary Esposito Ben Fanney David Fauber Vicki Felts Gwen Felty John Fenner Allan Fergueson Robert Ferguson Pat Finley Steve Finn Marcia Fitton Charles Fuquay Patti Garvin Gwendolyn Gary Glenn Gilbert Joe Gong Clinton Graves Cameron Gray Joyce Gray Linda Greene Diana Greenawalt Robin Gregory Debbie Gimmon Barba ra Grimstead Mark Grinstead Joann Hankins Keith Hardin Alva Harris Ben Harris Janet Harris Noralee Hart Pern Hartman Judi Hawbrich Beth Healy Xavier Heard Karen Hendy Bill Henry David Hendrix Barry Hicks Susan Hillsman Hazel Hines Terry Hines Leo Hoarty Barbara Hodges Dennis Hoel Brucie Holland Alice Holz Bill Howard Dennis Howard Patricia Hubbard Ferrell Hughes Billy Hume Dianne Hummer Henry Hunt Ricky Jackson Joyce James Teri James Sandra Jorrell Nils Mabe Laura Mallison Drew Maloney Cotton Markert Pat Marshall Carol Matthews Ann Mayhall John Medlin Georgia Michalak Terry Michalak Anne Miller Carolyn Miller Johnna Miller Rebecca Miller Valerie Miller Beth Minton Ted Moore Philip Moore Michael Morgan Treasa Morgan Jean Murakami Billy Nose Jimmy Noden Bob Oliver Billy Osborne an " - " " " "' 6. 5 ' ., ' ' tv " -Q' .I lg N l X X X is I he 'fl g ,P - "' al -g..- 5- Y i. 1? ,se ' ' N 1 x i N I i A. 9- Is, B- E-v' 'Qi any 'Q 19 5'5" 6- s ,Q -4 L5 '5- L- ev' -.-.fa 'QP oi- Q--v' .JZ I l4S V x 6 -5 - 1 t 1 y i , - ,, I + 51 L -e .y f .QL i 'Q 'T A 'Q , A aff V Wx 1? 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Y--13' 5' AL- i , 4 Q 5 Q E I46 Paul Pace Gail Pallette Judy Pallette Joann Parko Gale Peabodv Melva Peavson Verna Philips Herbert Potter Peter Price John RaGuth Jerry Rea Helen Redden Dowd Reynolds Bob Rice John Richardson Stuart Righter Brenda Roberson Mike Romano Walter Rountree Sally Rydell Bruce Ryerson Leslie Schmidt Michael Searle Jan Sedell Luz Serrano Charles Sewell Jay Shelley Freddie Sibert Robin Smith Sherry Smith Louis Snyder Sharon Sparks Randy Spencer Dicky Stivers Edie Strange Jerry Strohkorb Randy Stull Pam Summers Karen Talley Hazel Taylor Eddie Tebele Douglas Thompson Tommy Thompson Carol Tramrnel Debby Twisdale Jay Van Hoose Mike Vaughan Larry Voight Mattie Voight Chris Volivo Merrill Volivo Lewis Walker Susan Wallace George Walsh Holly Ward Bob Wareing Susan Washburn Brenda Waterfield Robert Waterfield Ted Watts Allan White Debbie White Judy White Rodney White Susan Whitehurst Gordon Wilhoit Kenny Wilkinson Christopher Williams Ann Williamson Tina Wilson Pete Winograd Carolyn Winz Joe Wise Susan Wise Betty Wood Bill Wood Mike Wood Mike Wood Ellen Woodard Regenia Woodhouse Charles Wright Tuckett Vernay Donna Jefferson Mamie Jennings Allen Johnson Johnny Johnson Becky Johnston Kermit Jordan Kenneth Kanala lrene Kapetanaki Mary Killin Frederick King Kathy Kingan Linda Lafon Alfred La Garde Terry Laney W 11 17 I 41' lnfkliff , 1 f -' -f-'jf 'f 1 I 1 5- ' 'V L lj if ,ff Ifnjgj X 4 ,f 5- ,, su, 3- ' L . u L M -- i gig V 'iff .rs ' J 6' ffl Ronaldue Lawler Lindsay Lawlor Pat Lents Greg Lilley La Verne Lobb Cathy Longworth Mike Lorenzo Carolyn Lovett Joyce McClinton 1 4 ',', Joe Seshi ,X Bill Renn 1 S i Sandra Harris 9 0 Q, X 1' PM a 1? 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O , X Qsfayne Ig 9 Lindabifrmon ox? 216' Tho Albrig 5 K Hendy O QJ yd A iliam Paws illiam Henry 9 " ot X99 9,9 '9 Marry Bmd Alice itt ey e Barnes S Le rd Higgins Ox J obert Bom as aavid Ma 520 Dale Y Sam itc ell J yr avis 9 Yv e Nelson ad? 99, ob' Sand ey 5 mp Pallette J, Ernes ter sry Owen Payne QJ' O .Y omes Ellingtoro' Charles Ratcliffe xx X aron Fi Donald Ross Ter ox C' Tony Ross JJV amd Gibbs Make Harrell A qfesley Goodman Noel Sawyer Dale G IQ Cath bbvier Jo rimstead d ram hristine G iggs arry Uzzl Elbert Mic ael ' cent Bri all all 3 , Q' vs do I48 -09 l-Qllnllbll ll lk' X ' 1 , Llaol L VC LX i All X lNli!k'li 7 i i-J I , Af g 1 .NYM hjjgffx 'Q kY'W',L.5J Xlxxfk i-C5.Sl,l3Li.J.S-A " X-' C r l y KD 'ivxf3QTLQ, Limbo, elllellf l JCL? l.9fQ U, cf QYSCQQ Xg,il1'5fL3 Q Ll CN will .- XJ Y Y, , A lll i1UlX' I f K - X o KN 1 Q a Q ee o lQol.,MlF 7 'i so lam 15- R9 A . if' Q 5 Alma Mater ,b Y is '- - l 1,1 ll, +4 fX,C1.X'f5i 0 5? qc- OSC Ighffa QS 0:53 NS' Q l f-Dy ,L J e N X In yeors to come our thoughts will dwell On our school by the seo Our doys together friends so true w ll be our memory So we will loin in song todoy I h I X I to proise i'r to the sky. x Froiin neor ond for our guiding stor will eve,r reign on high. So niir thex sonds ond by the seo , in will stohd our school so proud. Green ond white, our colors bright will wove obove the crowd. Oh we ore ever loyol ond we sholl never die And we'll remember olwoys Our cloys ot VB. l-ligh. l-49 . 1, l 1 -L JXAH l f- a.. l L, 5. wrmuei rT Hg.. Swv' i i , ' W ' PJ . K is A Al ' "' . l 1 5 Y 5.1 1 fl 9 Q e 1-"F L 75 ,, e Q e Qfff e x L fl ? , Eff15SAT'P'e ' I MORGAN D. LEWIS. Proprietor. g QIRGI IH Upon 'l'h1'm1qylun1l the Year. E ' is .-wr: Y r E i Q L 1 X-JYQA-L1 1,1 H ,, ,V R x A '-.,' 'L--!'TfL,0d4 1, ' ' - ' 73 w . '51 -5' r 1, . fa. .lfw .64 T.,L,L!-CJL, CM,,,L,Q,,,9.-',L!A 3 Z1 QJKIC Z Nff' I I I' V W 16, J,,1 I, E :il VL .YV WL 7. 271-.Tsv LJL-,kwa -.I : .vw A I . 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A cement boardwalk 1-:tends 32 blocks along the oceanfront. Five Fine Golf Courses A These courses may be used by guests of hotels belonging to the clubs. These picturesque courses are open the year around but are extremely popular during the spring thru fall. A Fishermon's Paradise, Virginia Beach has all types of fresh and salt water fishing - there are three fishing piers, bay and lake fishing, inshore and offshore game fishing, Back Bay, on the north-south flyway, is a fisher- man's paradise with bass fishing, deer hunting, geese ond duck shooting. There are pools galore - many of the motels and hotels have pools while Club pool privileges are extended guests of places having memberships. Many Other Diversions - A golf driving range, minia- ture golf course, air-conditioned new bowling lanes, bay sight-seeing cruise, jeep buggy trips down the outer banks, summer theatre and biking on the board- walk. 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Diamonds our Specialty a 0 5 F HI 5 FOR THE FAMIL Princess Anne Pldl 3 Telephone MA 2-5345 JO f O Ords Comer ' I S-6 229 Gronby Street Q Din n Norfolk A A R "Auto Tronsmission Specialist" Paperlpac s Q dcovers E 6 Xfiix, Complete Auto Service 8, JOHN H. WILSON, Owner F We Give Gold Bond Stomps 5 Phone 428-9487 8 2 E 8 T3 3 33 .8 Y witsws SUNOCO L ee Q P 2 Lgkm Roo p one 428-3013 542 Loskin Rood Vo. Becich, V 8382 8 9121.014 cgfafzlsfzcxs ALLEN, LINDA KAYE lLindaI-Jr. Science Club I, Pep Club I, Homeroom Pres. 2, V.P. Soph. Class 3, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, V.P. Homeroom 4, N. H. S. 4, 5. ARMSTRONG, BETTY LOU IBettyl-Pep Club I, Y-Teens 5, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 4, Sr. Graduation Comm. 5. AYRES, DEBRA ANN lDebbiel-Pep Club I, Su rf Queen Attendant I, Cheerleader I, Homeroom V.P. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Beach Bowl Attendant 3, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Chap- lain 4, Corr. Sec. 5, Chorus 4, 5. BAILEY, VIRGINIA MARIE Uennyl-Pep Club I, Band Majorette 3, 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, N. H. S. 4, 5. BALL, RUSSEL DAVIS lRusselI-Horse Riding Club I, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Foot- ball 3, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 5, Boy's State 4, Decoration Comm. for Jr.-Sr. 4, S.C.A. 5, Interact Club 5. BATCHELER, JAMES LEWIS lJimmyl-Horne- room Pres. I, 4, Homeroom V.P. 2, J.V. Foot- ball 2, 3, J.V. Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4, 5, Class Treas. 3, 4, Varsity Base- ball 3, 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, V.P. 5, Ist V.P. Chesa- peake District 5, Monogram Club 4, 5. BAXTER, SANDRA JEAN lSandraI--Music I, 2, 3, 4, German Club I, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Future Sec. of America 4, Y-Teens 5. BOWERS, STEVEN TODD lSteveI-Baseball Mgr. 2, Wrestling 3, 4, Sr. Day Comm. 5. BROOKS, SHERRY GAYLE lSherryI-N. H. S. 4, 5. BUTLER, SHARON DIANE lSherryI-Pep Club I, Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 4, Ars Medica Club 5, Chorus I, Sr. Privilege Comm. 5. CARTER, CHARLES RANDOLPH lCharlieI- Football I, Baseball I. CHAPLAIN, JUDY CHRISTINE Uudyl - Cheerleader I, Band 2, Majorette 2, Chorus 4, 5, Dramatics Club 5, G.A.A.A. 5, Beach Bowl Queen 5. CHESHIRE, JANIS LEE IJanisl-Teen Club I, Surf Queen Attendant 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 4, 5, Dramatics Club 5. CONNER, JANET KATHERINE Uonetl-Band Club I, Band I, Senior Play Comm. 5. CONNER, PATRICIA ALPHIN IPatl-Y-Teens 3. COOK, GAYNELLE lGayI-Volleyball I, Soft- ball I, Homeroom V. P, I, Swimming I, Pep Club 2, G.A.A.A. 2, Art Club 2. COOLEY, LINDA JANE lLindaI--Homeroom V. P. I, Band Queen Attendant 2, Chorus 4, 5. COOPER, FAYNE QUAY IFayneI-Baseball I, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3. COOPER, MARY JO Uol-Pep Club I, COSTENBADER, MARIAN LYNDLE ILynI- Pep Club I, Cheerleader I, Varsity Cheer- leader 4, 5, Homeroom Sec. I, Y-Teens I, 2, Sec. 2, Scholastic Team 2, 3, 4, 5, Latin Award 2, J.V. Cheerleader 3, Tidewater Scho- lastic Team 3, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, 5, As- sistant Editor 4, Co-editor 5, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4,5, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 4, 5, V.P. Class 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, l.C.C. 4, S.C.A. 4, 5, Sec. 5, Beach Bowl At- tendant 5. CRAWFORD, ELIZABETH ANN lBetsyI-Bas- ketball I, 2, Field Hockey 2, Softball 2, Band I, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Chaplain 4, Tri- Hi-Y 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 4, 5, Sr. Play Comm. 5, CRIST, PATRICIA MARIE tPatI - Pep Club I, Homeroom Treas. 2, Band 3, 4, 5, Tri-Hi- NEIfIIrIAII'jJi?,f -Jijyl .sm A M . . . , -Teen ,l5, rs M ' a , Homeroom Pres. 4, Monogram mf EK :lyk Q L lCIu 4, , h us 5, ome m lb 3 gt.-at-Arms 4, V.P. 5. ROS JXARMES mi UH, 5 J Basket X ED AR S CLAUDIA PAYNElClaudial Pep 3 . I TT' I qviiifiilv. Fo all ity Footb 1 3, , If Chorus 2, 5: Helmer-Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5: 5f BO box? ,V . rs Medica Club 4, 5. I mf' Z R ,T FIEL WA DAR E I I EVANS, BARRY DAVIS lBarryl-J.V. Football Y-T ens 2 , 4, X, .P. 5, H .- s. 2, Science Club I, ,Golf 3, 4, 5, Monogram 1 ar ' Neader 4' N.H.S. 5, eos. Club 3, 4, 5. yvo , I ual 4 ,Circu ion an ge , S.C.A. f I 'Chef T,,,H,, . 5 ,Tre n Omemom FA NEY, KIMBLYNXEARLE ckimi-Pep Club 03, Jr. Civimn 5.4-QD : cms I: Girls I, C us 5, Junio Civitan Club 4, 5. Sta5QIj5, Sur Quee Dec . ns Comm. 4, B Ch BO Dec' mm. , 5 Chairman 5. B R, PAME A ANN lPamI-Commenta- ,.,5,. e A gghwmon 2,9 Cere On, r Business ff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 5, G.A.A.A. 5, Comfn. I, ' Char s 4, . F? ' A IAm7I-GMS B SIYI' RG N, SANDRA JEAN lSandyl-Band OI' gp C' '2' PLOM Club 25 V 'S' Y 3 4 5- Band officer 3 4 5- FTA 5- ssisr,fi-Y4,5,v,P.5,Y-T X ILZE, 4, res, 5, Senior Superlativ , RI Ceremony Comm' 5' Q? '-C - '5- - -5- i-IA EAD, MARCIA GAIL cmsrsisi-Bsssh II! dll ATER, CONSTANCE MARLENEfCon- E WL ffinilongt Iii' pep Gui If 18035 FE if niel flass Sec. I, Chorus I, J.V. Basketball 2, 304. TIJ 4' Sfyrgiroommeg el ' f f Tr Hi-Y 2, French Club 3, Pres, Home oom 5. ' ' WMI' ' ' OMS ' r' OSS nv'- ,MVDE WITT, JR., PAUL lPaulI-Schol ic team 2, 3, 4, 5, Homeroom Preg 3, .C . 3, Newspape S aft.3, 4, 5, Sport 'tor 3, 4, Co-Editor , J. . ball 3, enc Award 4, Intencfw Club , Pre . 4, Di to 5, .H.S. 4 5, P . 5, rsit Foot a 4, I. . . , Americ Legion Bo s' St te Dele ate 5 if C C 5, DICKSON, RICHAR -. . Basketb ana- ger 3, Varsity Basketball Manager 3, 4,ITrack 4. DLJBOIS, HELEN CATHERINE lHelenl-Pep Club I, Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5, Beach Bowl At- tendant 4. DUCKWORTI-I, WILLIAM I-IANS IBIIIJ-J.V. Football I, 2, 8th grade Basketball I, V.P. Homeroom 2, 33. 5, Varsity Football 3, 4, 5, Wrestling 3, 4, Baseball 3, Golf 4, 5, Jr. Civi- ege Comm. Chairman 5, Senior Superlative 5. ON, VIRGINIA KAYE lKayel-Pep CI b I, Y-Teens 5, Chorus 5. HANSON, CHRISTOPHER MILLER lChrisI- Band Club I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Home- room Pres. I, 2, 3, Spanish Club I, S.C.A. I, 2, 3, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, 5, Group 2 Scoring Leader 4, All-Metro and All-District Teams 4, 5, Eastern District Scor- ing Leader 5, Honorable Mention AIl-Tide- water 5, District I Group 2 Second Team 3, Interact Club 3, 4, 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Wrestling 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4. HENRY, LEAH REED lLeahI-Pep Club I, Homeroom Sec. 2, Y-Teens 2, 4, 5, Helmer Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Reporter-Historian 3, Rec. Sec. 4, Ist V.P. 5, F.T.A. 3, 4, Senior Super- Iative 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, I.C.C. 5, Homeroom V. enjoin P. 5, Annual Staff 4, 5, Senior Editor 5, Jr.- Sr. Decorations Comm. 4, Sr. Play Comm. 5. HINCHEE, CANDACE LEE lCandyI-Pep Club I, 2, Highschool Spotlights I, 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Underwood Award of Merit 3, Y-Teens 4, 5, Hist. 5, Ars Medica Club 5, Sr. Play Comm. 5. HOGGARD, CAROL LYNNE lBootsieJ--Home- room Treas. I, 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Band Club I, 2, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Sec. 3, Band Officer 4, 5, Y-Teens 5, Ars Medica Club 5. HOWELL, DARLENE CHRISTINE lDarIeneJ - G.A. I, 2, 3, Pioneer Girls 3, 4, F.H.A. 5. HUBARD, ANN MALLORY lAnnI-Pep Club I, Junior Auxiliary 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, 5, Photographer 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, 4, G.A.A.A. 5, F.T.A. 5, Homeroom Pres. 5, Y-Teens 5, S.C.A. 5, N.H.S. 5. HUBIAK, PATRICIA ANN lPatI-Pep Club I, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5, Chaplain 5, Sr. Party Comm. 5. HUSTED, SCOTT CARL lScottI-S.C.A. Bas- ketball I, Football 2, Audio Visual Aids 2, Debating Club 2, French Club 2, I. C.C. 3, 4, D.E. Club 3, 4, 5, Local and District Pres. 3, 4, State Pres. 5. INGRAM, MARGUERITE SLADE CSladeI-Pep Club I, Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Chorus 4, G.A.A.A. 5. KENLEY, MARGARET ELLEN lMargaretI -Basketball I, 2, Scholastic Team 2, French Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, Latin Award 4, Outstanding Sr. Girl 5, S.C.A. 5, Standing Comm. Chairman 5, Sr. Class Sec. 5, Girl's State 5, Annual Staff 4, 5, Business Manager 5. cSfaf1Sz'1'c.s KERR, LOUISE MAVIS lLouiseI-Homeroom Sec. 3, Beach Bowl Attendant 4, 5, Senior Superlative 5, Sr. Day Comm. 5, Tool Kit Club 2. LARSON, SUZANNE WINDSOR lSuzannel- Band 4, 5, Pep Club I. MILLER, PAMELA lPamI-Pep Club I, Band Queen Attendant 3, Chorus I, 5. MORGAN, KENT ANDREWS lKentJ-Journ- alism Club 2, Chorus I, D.E. Club 4, 5, Pres. 5, l.C.C. 5. MOWEN, JILL LORRAINE lJiIlI-Pep Club I, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, F.T.A. 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5, l.C.C. 5, Chess Club 5, Y-Teens District l.C. C. Respresentative 5. MURPHY, PATRICIA LOUISE lPatJ-Y-Teens 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 4, 5, Newspaper Staff 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 4, Sr. Privilege Comm. 5. PRESTON, MARGARET MARSTON lPeggyI- Pep Club I, Treas. I, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Hist. 3, Treas. 5, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Varsity Cheerleader 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, S.C.A. 5, Annual Staff 4, 5, Editor-in-Chief 5, Biology Award 2, Class Sec. 4, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm. 4, Sr. Play Comm. 5, Girl's State Alternate 5. ROBINSON, ANDREA ROBELLA lAndyI-Pep Club I, Sr. Privilege Comm. 5. RUNYON, NANCY JO lNancy Jol-Pep Club I, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5, F. T.A. 4, 5, V.P. 5, Sr. Invitation Comm. Chair- man 5. SPROLES, CHARLOTTE LAYE lLottyI-Swim- ming I, Baseball I, Tennis I, Volleyball I, 2, N.H.S. 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Latin Club 4, Sr. Party Comm. 5. 'B CDQIQIOI' repo, SANDRA LEE csANoRAi-Pep club 1- I Chorus I, 3, 4, 5, Senior Party Comm. NORMAN BARTLETT THEBERGE IBARTI- Class Sec. I, Basketball I, Tumbling Club I, Class Pres. 2, 3, J. V. Football 2, Varsity Foot- ball 3, Track 3, Jr. Civitan Club 4, N.S.F. Pro- gram Student 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, S.C.A. 4, 5, V. P. 4, Pres. 5, Interact Club 4, 5, Director 5, An- nual Staff 4, 5, Sports Editor 5. WALKER, LINDA DURRELL ILINDAI-Pep Club I, Chorus I, 5, Senior Play Comm. WATSON, LESLIE RAY CLESLIEI-Homeroom Pres. 2, 4, S.C.A. Council 2, 4, 5, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, 5, Homeroom V.P., Homeroom Pres., Co- Chairman Jr.-Sr. Decoration Comm. 4, Chair- man Jr. Candy Sale 4, Boy's State Alternate 4, Sr. Class Pres. 5, Chairman Beach Bowl 5, ln- teract Club 3, 4, 5, V.P. 5. WILLIAMS, LYN ADRIENNE ILYNI-Pep Club 3, Jr. Class Surf Queen attendant 4, Trea. Sr. Class, Beachcomber 5, Copy editor 5, Var- sity Cheerleader 3, 5, Captain 5, Sr. Superlative, Helmer Tri-Hi-Y 5, Jr. Civitan 5, S.C.A. Scrap- book 5, Chairman Ring Ceremony 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, S.C.A. Standing Comm. Chairman. Yni Q,5'hll.LfJ csfafzlsfzcxf WILLIAMS, WILBUR ROGER IROGERI-Drill team I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Football I, 2, Po- pular Dance Club I, Class Pres. 2, Sports Club 3, Debating team 4, S.C.A. 4. WILSON, DALE WAGERS IDALEI-Pep Club I, Tri-Hi-Y I, 3, Jrl Future Homemakers Club I, Dramatics Club 2, Future Nurses Club 2, Sec. 2, Homeroom Sec. 2, Latin tournament 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sec. 4, Homeroom V.P. 4, Jr.-Sr. Decorations Comm., Ars Medica 4, 5, Pres. 5, Sr. Play Comm. 4, S.C.A. 5, l.C.C. 5, Home- room Pres. 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Sec. 5, S.C.A. Stand- ing Comm. 5. WOOD, THOMAS WARD IWARDI-J r. Science Club I, Golf 2, J.V. Basketball 3, Tennis 3, 4, 5, Wrestling team 4, Jr. Civitan Club 5, Ars Medica Club 4, Monogram Club 5, Chess Club. WOOLLEN, JOHN ROBERSON IJOHNI-Class Trea. I, German Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Home- room Representative 3, Fencing team 3, Future Teachers of America 4, 5, Chaplain 5. WYLIE, MAXWELL PARK IMAX?-Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, Interact Club 5, V.P. Homeroom 5, Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5. 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