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

 - Class of 1966

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"-'-.44::4 .V 'A-'hi "' ,J i,.af--ji- I V Mali,-'A ,,,, - A '- . --df'-,, i.,4i,4,, NSU ...aggri- Q,-nun 5... ,, "ul ,ir 'aj 1, X 0 My ' c"'xpCfL Wlifw SQ Jagwdjk W0JjiL "'gQ Q QWM oo Q4 ' ff0'L97ff0vf9fU3fg44Avff mfj0'f0wOQwd5mf+M Mp WV Q Y? Wgkif W '- 600 06J0 x N463 W Nxffwwffwff HK . f --K Q f 0' w I 1' 1 f R .mv 1 1 Q., pb E Lag: vi! 'Y ii' I ,U c 759 EIFFICGH Q 1966 3 ,, :fl 'S Ja I I I 3 1 I 5 1 il In s 1 I ll al E 1 1 I --il to -if , :MV ., , -Q gpg. N The ocean and its familiar shores are like our school, which to many brings a moment of reflection. The ocean must change and flow on as will many students at the end of this school year. The time spent in these familiar halls can be compared with a stroll by this great mysterious ocean which provides o time to stop, to reflect and then to move on with a greater knowl- edge of life. 759 1966 XHIFFICGHQ I 143991215 57Jm1ym1m11bn ,page GI2Of 70611 QS QIYICITS' 12 OQFCLS 51 Cf1'U111Q.s Qgporfs geafures 51 Qfjerfzlfemenfs 13 faye 5 2 Taye 55 ?aye 91 jjaye 123 jjaye 147 pdf? 159 f cabbn x Wav . f m. 4, iii-'yx' ii' ififwc f -' , . ' 'wfffzz ,K v ' 515425 w'1N nts :px Y -f A nu, .. ,, 'QM , v4",g,I ' ,"',':u- 4 .T -f Qfmw'-."' , .1-, -"- .ik-efig 1- '- . . f' with 1-if .111 4 :Q f f 'liaaf 1, ff.. J-5, tw-L - -2 ff' .'-1 QA , J . .4 1 QM ., V , 4, ,,. .W . , A.. , af' ia, N . 5,-2 iv lf A U ,QV 'L 5 -ft , I JW E- ' , ' gf-'1-1 J 4 . f,,'f.?'fi 4Q,'.,:-Lfgg. ' Q , .41 NM, X 1,3919 Q ' X 4, The name J. William Miller has been connected with Virginia Beach High School since its opening in l952. During this time, Mr. Miller has helped create an atmosphere of harmony equaled by few others. This achievement came not only through his skillful training of the chorus, but also as a result of his understanding of all young people, and the generous assistance he has always provided. Having instilled in all of us part ot his deep love and knowledge of music, we shall depart with a greater appreciation of this field. Hoping that we may reciprocate in some small way, we wish to dedicate the l966 Hurricane to Mr. J. William Miller. 5 A l A i ' G """-o- . , . . - r'. I V .' "I "' 1 4 ' ,v . ' t 1- v V' A V' '-'uw . , 1. -f . A x ff-.f. 4, -' .. ' 1 1 .1fg..'? ig-3.1-avr., A , , . I. 'W 0 U 4. 45 . . i,...:?, ' 4 45 Qing., X -:I . fe' V Hx, -f -X 1 - - -Q. if ff, Q-, --f - ' - . Q ' ' , ' 1 , ' ,,.i v' -. ' " ff. - -.Li 'J' A.. 3 ' ' "-1- --lfx ' -1 f-' ' - u ' a?"'f " ?- a' 1" """f "' Mi'!1f A , or 4, . .. - I - A - ..-V A -gg. 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C0121i1k2uaff7fun0Qr 573 yfe wafers Leap Congestion in the main hall. 1 i i The Sensor robes are henred. WISIIQY 57 F0122 769 OCQGI? 0014 Mx , I. lx -' if-L ,Q 'E' qv" L-,' 1 . .f The art closs funds mspsrotnon rn the hall? Save Our Sea hawk I jijoafzhy jazbazhy 7140122 759 Eesokfe Deep Virginia Beach rolls up the score. Q John Orff ond Mr. Shockelford discuss S.C.A. projects. Sqzzcfso Our C3C500f5IfQ The chorus performs of the Spring Festival. The N.H.S. Topping provides on ouro of recognition for achievement. f7?1l91k2y 80914 jfyfer f70war0f greafesf Zj1CfOI"y Success .r NlXOW,D y f"f. I- 'R Anxiety? J .'--1 P , . The S.C.A. at work. No! 0129 O12 759 Zfbfofyguf gn e GQssr00ms Synof YQUQ14 Confenf M175 fjfe Qfyyfeofocre Or c5ec0120fy3esZ 35 .Q r .Q 9 Q s The marshals lead the seniors to graduation. p J- -6 , , rv 122IZZZ:5'?!'bZZQI? anaf gaczlffy K 4 N 4 , l-.L.L.L,- . - s!, X Q i I i. E i MR. JAMES C. MOUNIE Principal Virginia Beach High School is honored to have as its new principal Mr. James C. Mounie of Craddock, Va. He received his bachelors and masters degrees from the College of William and Mary. As a member of both the Virginia Education Association and the Virginia Beach Education Associa- tion, Mr. Mounie has taught at Craddock High School in Portsmouth and Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach. He served as assistant prin- cipal of Kempsville Junior High for two years and of Bayside High School for one year. The Hurricane is privileged to welcome Mr. Mounie in his first year at Virginia Beach High School. I4 f'Ul 1 'fx 'if W A 'Nw Mrs. Margaret R. Jeter Mr. Carlton Bowyer Assistant Principal Administrative Assistant Guidance Director to the Principal ,l me X l 4 Miss Noelwa Ratcliff Secretary "1 A Cl-n Mrs. Marguerite Shelly Treasurer I5 Mrs. Mary L. TinneY Secretary W Q, nine 'rl .df 1 '. Cfd x XIJQZQNU CX ,if 4 L wrence J. B d d James E Ol' Boyd Lwis W ,I H? L, Breedlove DI G B d 16 I x 3 . ve K Micke B rd 5 4, YI, X, KV j f' r M' s Viola A. Clark Y Y A 4 gf! I f L UA ,- Rf 1. U 1 V K kv!-L , V K 6 4, A 51 . 'Lyn I f ff I L ' 45 .' i'7': ' - rm L 1 .. '1j:'pl VA! T' 1 1 4.1 7 Ml? A LU' If 17 1' E' -- XLM ' ' X W 2' It 'ar L7 ' 'U lf L ,vu Xu r Aa-f Q.- Miss Carolyn Clevenger Miss Betty F. Conley Q rafanf ZUGUQ James M. Cook Mrs. Theresa Cook 1 7 4 15 ff ' 1 V X . C Q! ' W ff fm , 4,4 La' FHS H- D- C0Peland Robert Coulthard O fs-ff e hog 2 L 5. I f.-Irvine ww ,4 15514 " .t '21 59' ik I -u Y' T 0 3 1 U Q 47: 4 Robert F. Edwards 18 Miss Betty T. Edwards ' 4' fi Mrs. Patricia Fagan .4' A 4 ..,,. -iw" . X Thomas A. Felton, Jr. Miss Juanita Gentry M 12060 Thomas E- Gregory David W. Gurney 565055 sfzmhy- 5 C k 4 Capt. Alexander H. Hood Ralph E. Hoskins I9 .wr j 91121110 y 122012261211 Dwi f I v- 0 rad Mrs. Thelma V. Houck Miss Sharron L. Howell fi. Capt. Ronald K. Irving Mrs. Fred Isaacs William l'l- Jeter Miss Elizabeth A. Jones MIS- NGDCY M- JONES 20 ,4- . L-9' S 33 2 Patrick L, Keeffe Mrs. Louise C. Kerzanet ., .1 lfap! L ' lfff ,4i,'f,'.',4pQ-.- "' fy A W ' " gl," , ff r 14 lf, 'Vu 'z ew ifffiziff-- 'V J , Steyr S. ,Krauss ' ' .f VMrs. Linda B. Kruger Miss Janice E. Lomm ,Z I. ,' . . ' zfs C0122 pon Q12 fs, K y X o ' 5 l Mrs. Reba S. McCIonan Mrs. Zeda G. Middlebrooks 21 1 I - 4 JJMQWPWQQJ .A off.. fafen is Of' 53 V f ii r vilfixa X of gran Q s 0 J. William Miller Mrs. Virginia Newbern IAYJ BISCAY VM-'-',gzgj' ' 5 4 L P' xf Mrs. Barbara W. Owens Miss Karen D. Patrick Gus G. Polizos r , F 1 1.1. ' .Y . . A., , I . . K x .. -f ' ' p 1 V X' . . l M bmmil 'iii' .Km-sv' 5 William S. Powell Miss Rae R. Reams 22 - .xii Z John E. Roberson . W0 .."f1.,N, 1, ! Co rlton W. Rountree 5 n . , . - fix- N.:-.-f-.-,- E John R. Scholl Larry W. Shockelford Miss Jane W. Shell l G. Roy smafh as Me sanog OI? ffe 550149 2 3 Mrs. Gloria Stenzhorn av . s 1 v g , MQ ,. Qs. yef .i . Qacf 1 znogozofzaf lljlflg MU- Julie THOMPSON Mrs. Suzanne H. Thompson ,Og 'xs. K 5 . . I 't' 1 'l 'bv " I' ' 'yr' ' 511: lf' o 5 J , . ' - 1 -.. , ,Q ,. . ggi.. izs lg'-.",7X. '72- Mrs. Mary J. Turner Mrs. Jeannine C. Venuto K. Dallas Wade 'J' .1 ' mosf ' .ff-" appre czdfeof ' PUMP W- wi"i4m5 Mrs. Mary T. Worthington 24 r 5 L 'Li 'H l xiii ki-I Q 'QTSE W A N. N. fn' .t 1 L dsl X 'rl' 'UW 'K 4-Of 3-us. 46" f. vii, 'UN 1 Leonard Lane Agee M , N I William Pinner Armstrong Thomas Eugene Arthur Ck-zss Qf '66 l Ernest Carlton Austin lik lg Kathleen Tillery' Barco s Rosalie Vivian 26 Beasley Susan Winifred Bailey J I f Lawrence Franklin Barco 1 Ll lifl ' 1 .3 f v 1 bf 1 1 , 1 f ' in 'll' U 1' 1' Lo' W Kal l 7 l l I x l I , ' ' I 1' M, ' J y 1 A 1 A W ,f . e 1 . . " l 1' ' I V1 L " L ful I 'Ni ly' 1 ' 'A 'if ' sl fr pri., A ,W . . . 1 ' 1 1 1 KL' Al ' I All I Ll f 1' ll-K l VL E' v 1- 1 I L eg .j Laura Faye Bizzell Elizabeth Ann Bovard 401- Joan Ellen Branch xx. Barbara Ruth Bell Gkzssh C7 '66 r 0,1 A WF' Robert Paul Brett 27 fe 7 Susan Diane Blakely fk 1' Valerie Diane Bradshaw Susan Conway Brennan Q' Y' J' Bryan Stuart Brooks Linda Jane Burmock Greg Jackson Cayce xxx 8154 ,L 5 Rita Jacqueline Brogan hw cy '66 Joan Marie C hose 28 XXX Sarah Joyce Burford Elizabeth Carpenter Linda Gail Chaplain Y No Mary Stuart Coffman n Patricia Lorraine Copeland Carol Ann Corder Chas Qf 766 I, Linda Ann Cornett David John Davies r g X ' . ff Charles King Davis' Leroy James Davis Zelois Ann Davis A 29 ,L an Lindo Juliana de Leon L X 'T Webb Peter de Witt Richard Saunders Dillion if L 1 6 if O P --1 l ass 66 s if swf X, Chris John Diorietes Gary Howard Dolgins i f PH N if ,I Sui! x .loan Lillian Downing Q Larry Edward Easter Lee Dallas Entsminger so X id, Olive Adair Entwisle Stephen Collins Ervin Claire Elizabeth Ewing X I x' xx Linda Farrer Q ALJ" ' My AW' X1 x,'- 1 C3655 Qf 766 A J Aff jv- Gayanne Harriet Fox X. f .y jf f 1 ia. I ,H Sherron Louise F ruin ai ',i"" I Barnhill James Q Laurie Cameron Fox Felton A Q7 Diana Lucille F urniss Kristin Goranson i Robert Edward Gregory John Virden F uquay Gkss W '66 if Frederick Albert Grosskreutz 32 Whwww t John Needham Garrenton . Mark Steven Gredvig Sharon Griffin ,,,, ..w.:.,. W.....,,M.,...,N,,.,,,. ,,....n ,,,. .M QM:-, , '- ff- Y' in r ---'... Vance Martin Harris kt, Holly Elena Hartquist Christine Helen Hendrix , YY . W U' J N Raymond William Guizzetti Gkss W 766 xxg Susan Alice Hilton 33 li. - Q f' Perry Katherine Harschutz James Edward Heflin Sandra Jane Hilton 1 2 Janet Kay Hines Janice Fay Hines Michael John Hitchler CQJS W 766 h A Dorinda Lee Hoarty Crai mi ael Hoel 2 Z' James Raymond Hoggard fy Anita Marie Holloman Teresa Marnette Hughes 34 if gfv x Q, V , 7 I 1, l f-A X89 i I . 0, 1 is H4 J J X 'KI X fx ix. 5 'Y' I J J , A . i,+fJmy" ' J X Q , my f J x- 35. 6, '-.ml -T 'N ' J 5' if 'X if j . X X' ' I -i I A l f- 5 X ,J A Robert Hyde X ' if hx .Y ,- Xi? x Mary Lee Jackson Gail Elizabeth James 3 Iqi' William Earl James Jean Hall Jennings 1... . GQJJ Cy '66 A Shirley Ann Jones X- as , 1 x. Marjorie Helen Jard f '1 1' X ig 1 Michael Charles Johnson At' . . 135 ' A Q -A r .i f Y . f X N N A, '? y we -J 4 .. 'Y 1" if -5 Mary Jo Kellam Alice Spessard K illen 62.93 W 766 Loren Kinder Lawler XX Linda Fay Littleton Robert Neal Lyle ae y I -Q . W Winnifred Gertrude King Letitia Leigh ,fy e 1 ' J Robert Linden Longanecker -.-'.q..-r--- - l I . , ii' 1 f ff f John Bonner,Maddux 4 ' I ff 41 LA i , J ' . f K Grady James Magllibs ,, 1 - L ' A Melvin Roe Mathias, Jr. f' my if ' J 'f' 3 , K fl 4 , I I. f yx -' I , J 5. - . 'i fb A' I A . Q. I 1 4 K U , I .x FU? X ' 11.4 f -4 'J' KJ ' I L . W. N, ,,- ' ' . ' - .4 I lx, if S 3? ' va, if f f' J ,! , L ,nf A I F , X, Waller Thomas Mathias Archibald McKay McDowell 'fs 3 M 'a 111 n Ronald James McGinnis 11 f.,7 Lois Ann Meador 37 Xi-sv ? " . Brian Richard McNicholas Irene Emily Michaels vw Ernest Lerby Miller Stephanie Lynn Molnar 1 'Y X I 4 I James Stephen Mundy C457 W AW i A 5 I James Harold Napier Robert Trafton Nixon ' p""q ,X Lisbeth Sharon Mosgrove ass O 766 "Que Brenda Kaye Murden 763 . 1. -.- ,- V s is J fx sn! , John Roman Ortt 39 James William Newton I James Thomas Noden Q--nr Robert R. Peebles, Jr. nb. xv Rogan Bradshaw Pulley, Jr. .,gv5"y"'TfzfPw mas- 4 " - K onette Ritter A121 Ygj Linda Ricks Parker C655 'aa un..-V , . i 'X V Qs- 5 'i ! X. ' s P 'V we x . Jerry Roger Robinson . 'Q Y ' - A ?, W :Q ,l Jean Cox Phillips fx . 'T' Q - i Roy Earl Ramey, Jr 3 Dennis Wayne Robertson 40 1 X albsmgkhx ,.,. . 45" , - I 'L J! Y - -I i James Robert Rohr ' X 1 John Stephan Romano Lance Wells Sawyer ,... .. xl X Boyd Scarborough Kathy .Io Sharp 'Q f fi'-. pc, lf, Chefs Qf '66 Z, rl-1 Gunter Schobesberger H. y wif Ann Baird Simpson I , Leonard Thomas Skreba 41 1- Q5 Catherine Ann Smith X Nancy Ellen Sparks Sarah Madeline Sta X Betty Ann Smith V Iris Virginia Soffee GQJJ Qf 766 rg Q George M. Spruill ""Hv -'-3' rmont - Michaele Sullivan M . Robert Emerson Taylor 42 Q' . ,. I H Scott Howle Thompson k Karen Leigh Tillett Carolyn Ann Todd ',.,w'q 1 Chas Qf Pea Kenneth John Todd Linda Diane Tolson Nun. Raymond Alexander Troutman Jr Joshua Pennington Vaughan Janet Louise Voliva 43 ' 4 1' - 13 I " , ' X rf' ,, Mary Lee Wetmore ,fi L wx e I ek Vivian Christine Waterfield 127 Q 7 2 . x. f' x ' ' in fl ll L ., I v ' 1 .A Q15 'X Linda Elizabeth White xx? f X Sandra Lee Wilkinson C635 W Suzanne Elizabeth 44 Willis 66 L, - Paul Terry Whesdos .lerry Curtis Whitehurst Trudy Ann Williams !' '7 Q 7 x I .Ag-4l:T'fA"D5 Donald Ray Winz Donald Henry Woodhouse of Flay Okay ,ff Carolyn -G. H, .. W1 5 T I John Ortt Tommy Mathias C gf, N ' r , f if f -4 I Laurie Fox Ragan Pulley Voledictorion OP QI? Mg - cf xfgZi sm. fy aft' xv vig-e145 - ,1 ' "1"? Q, fl a Betsy Carpenter 4 .F Sherri Fruin Solufotorion fi gi -Q .1 Jimmy Mathias F11 1 I , QY I Lois Meador w V' A, f fi 1 fl Linda Burmock ,...!1 x ' 1 Bob Gregory This page sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Ortt 1 gn Wemozy . 1 Alon Floyd Johnson K A August 17, 1947 to wg' October 4, 1965 W ef,,H'1f"3 'L Koy Diane Kennedy June 9, 1948 to October 23, 1965 "f?':i J nf I ' 1 47 ,iq Th? 95 66121614 48 I C655 QE? Q49 Q I:- -.4 .1 h .4 0 215 'V 49 57 jl2OfQffS7 Lgfafe Delegates To Boys' and Girls' State were left to right: Rogan Pulley, Susan Brennan, John Ortt Sarah Stormonr, Jimmy Mathias and Laurie Fox. Uczzfsfafz 122g 91216143 ffk 4U Laurie Fox and Rogan Pulley were chosen by the Optimist Club as the most out- standing Seniors of Virginia Beach High School. 2 ,Q If ev- , l SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Rogan Pulley, President, Nancy Sparks, Vice President, Anne Jones, Secretary, Loren Lawlor, Treasurer. ' enzbf' u!0efQf1k1e5 u ga 6' ,. u sssr ALL.ARouNo Mosr LIKELY 'ro succzso Mary Jo Kellam Rogan Pulley 5' sheffa man John om enzbf v' ,-U9-' X 254,431 gum. .er Us will flllllgll MOST POPULAR BEST LOOKING Perry l-larschutz Lance Sawyer Trudy Williams Fred Grosskreutz f MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED BEST PERSONALITY Gunther Schobesberger Linda de Leon Melvin Mathias Nancy Sparks BEST DRESSED WITTIEST 52 l Jimmy Clark Margie .lard Mary Lee Jackson Rip McGinnis upefkfzkfes X T if x l 1 ,,4 eff MOST ATHLETIC Scrcih Stormont John Romano "'f'ff'f's l MOST STUDIOUS Teresa Hughes Webb de Witt MOST GREGARIOUS Chicken Killen Steve Ervin MOST TALENTED Merrily Wetmore Sandy Dillon ,,...J!X. FRIENDLIEST Archie McDowell Anne Jones ' oLASTlC A Asfmfvsmsni MOST DEPENDABLE Lourie Fox Gary Dolgins I I k it . j 1. i?Z5"4'QU ' - 2 1 per. 'id ff H .,' ' v lla gcc.: O IIYY 6' 11 If n 'Q Q .. .41 x 1- " X , g x n 5 t xx .A X ix 1 L fxxfvx ,V f ' i . ' .-19675 J' . J N A sk.-vu-.-h-,',.1' Qiafj -"V , . 'hx 'QSM' ' 2 ieffiefi "'z Q 5-JL I, W .eg -V if 'Lx' 4L4.Lf1- !l- 1 ,v . :x7'i"!l Xf VJ' f" A L,L,y fi " ,- n,u' .i ix L LM Y I , 1 ' ' 1 K I ,jg 1, f f df! ' f . 1 uw 1 w ,- Q xr , ,W , . , ,-,'L.,-p VK, X-'-'17 XAVLQ, , L .S , 4, V f f f f Lf xkf, ,,,c ,x Y . , , vvugb KL-LCLLME, ,Q f 41 X 4 g P ,, . f T. S if, KAL- Lgjj ! K, f , VGA-4-La' MQ 5, Cf ALLJL-V V C 1' k,4,.p yQfpLL pf gl '74-I-2-4.1. ffl, V 1 g'6'-Q, 6Z,xL4fc,xL-7L-447 5' G J f ,r ff 'L 4, f cf'- 355 .fi- N J 1' gl..1-LJ' . -,,,f, fx , -s -1' i -'f-5. ml'- " -4,51 -in .J , X ,' 1 xf 1 , . xVi-a- 1 P , , 'ia GQ55 767 Junior class officers: Cleft to righti Mike Beavers -- Treasurerg Gary Harvey - Presidentg Margaret Ann Drewry - Secretaryg Sharron Farmer - Vice-president. Nanette Linda Sam Betsey Judy Adkins Ames Arrington Ball Barco Ryan Ronnie Walter Yvonne Phil Amburn Armsworthy Baily Barber Barco 54. "Wh Vit' 75 lag 'UNO- A175 56 , H1 - - H LQ- le ' 5.1 T-1 C' 'L T""! 1 Linda Barnes Jim Boumann Sharon Baull Maggie Beavers Penny Brown Paul Brugman Sandy Brown Pete Bunting Q fi-'l 11 . wg.. ! 1 'f f A i it 'lt -Sr - ,se U ' -R X Mike Beavers Barbara Bell Mary Burford Cathy Carlson John Bennett Ronnie Billingsley Cathy Bennington Bobby Britt Henry Carter Ethel Cason Q? A Vera Cernatich Marcia Cole 57 - S- Janet Davies Loree Dillon Look, Mom, no cavities!!! Larry Douglas Forrest Dozier Margaret A. Drewry Janice Edge 'S' YE! its Craig Corder Sue Cornell Maynor Etheridge Helen Evans 'F' ..o Um-o Ronnie Crawford Gail Dagenkolb John Evans Harriet Fanney 58 W7 "1 !,.,lI-""""' E W 6-x 4. if 127 iff. N. pL n-, Boots Farley Sharron Farmer Jane Goode Keith Gore Doris Fauber Bernadette Felton David Graham Sara Graham Y' Q'-.' John Fitzgerald Kandy Francis Janet Gray Marsha Gray 'Zig' K T' is-W.. 59 iw, Pam Fuller Clarissa Garrett Rosa Gregory Norman Grosskreutz v-Q George Georghiou Frances Gilliam Donna Grover Portia Haines iv' 'ff 7 177 Betsy Hall Loretta Hall Tony Howard Tommy Hudson Q51 Betsy Harschutz Gary Harvey Marvin Jackson Randy Johnson Thomas Heflin Neil Hill Connie Jones Randy Jones is , 60 Ken Hitchler Karen Hoarty Craig Joy Carol Kerr John Hope Cathy Howard Beth Kenley Lani Krueger ,E - l lst qs Nanette Kutz Judy Larson Vinny Loscialo Sandra Lowe Q5 L "L" Scott Larson Jimmy Lee Robin Lewis Peggy Littleton Robert Lawlor Linda Leigh Janet Litchfield Erin Lobb Linda Lydick Mary Macdonald Let's get this parade rolling! we ? -.v 'Wag Q '5 xff J 61 1.11 In Steve McGlinchy Claire Middaugh 'Uh XP' l'l'b lu- 5'- The Gang's all here! Janie McCarver Glen Miller Neil Mortensen John Milner Charlotte Munden kb' W-1' .jr i Qxg-S K WI J S-'fgllli Charlotte McDonald Jenny Murakami Sandy Murden l. 1 'l!T""v Cindi McDowell Paula McGinley Kitchie Murphy Chuck Myers fs: 62 i 1:21 i Sandro Nose JoAnn Neal Gory Price Mory Pringle Judy Koy Newton Lindo Osmond Malcolm Rogon Volerie Romm Antoinette Owens Mo rtho Poge George Reel Louro Reinhordt Q . a Williom Petty Jeonne Pinkhom Reed Remington Willie Rice P 1 Q. V--Q 1-v ' I . f . 'ff 1 A K l Qfv Grocie Potter Merle Preston Connie Richordson Becky Roberson l 5 ids Y' al- 63 ?" F fsy Jay Robishaw Ed Rountree Susie Smith Laura Smithson E: J., I Nancy Rydell Ma ry Sands Alex Snead Irene Stevenson A Ba rba ra Sawye r Gail Sedel Marie Stratton Mike Strickler 2 .J EQ? .L Ben Sessurn Judy Sharp Larry Taylor Dolores Themides Jill Sivertsen John Small Bob Thomson Albert Tolson 64 8- 1:- Betsy Towle Cheryl Townsend Cathy Whalen Joanne Whesdos Stephen Trotrnan Elizabeth Uzzle Nancy Wible Dorothy Williams Ann Vowell Bobby Walker Chip Wilson Tim Wilson Mike Waller Alice Walton Lucy Wise David Woollen Sandy Wareing Lori Webb Fred Wright Al 65 Pictures not available Mary Bailey Barbara Coffmann Charles Edwards Brenda Holbrook Hayden Lafon Peggy Maume Tom Nelson Karen Ryan Brenda Southerland Reggie Ryals Buddy Sidwell GQJS 765 1 117 ,og 1 f 5 1 l . Q ! 4. lg ld Y -. r - .s 'i i S is prim 'r..sr I 4 ,i mv? ' l. .4 lla A- -' V Sophomore Class Officers: lleft to right? Larry Van Nostrand - Vice President, Jerry Allred -Treasurer, Randall Malbon - Secretary, John Wolfe - President. Margaret Jerry Chris Frank .lone Julia Addenbrook Allred Anderson Arthur Austin Baggett Bob Torn George Duane Pat Carol Alcorn Amundson Andrews Ash Avila Bahlman Q 15 Q X Yr C. hw Am ti' 4 7'-0 0 9 .f we ff ,fb X l x l .. 4 v , .-1 e E' "N ug., Victor Baker Dean Ballard Eddie Blair Larry Boone gf' I, I Barbara Banton Janice Barnard Martha Boone Douglas Bonney E' Joan Barnes Kathy Barth Don Bradley Joyce Brehm Y? X27 L Brooke Baxter Donald Baxter Crissie Brockinbrough Beverly Brown QF' Q., 1 - 'W 4 5- S , Clark Beiler Pat Benkert Alice Burford Virginia Butt 1 ', -df Ray Bishop Dooley Bizzell Armileta Capps Candy Casey 1 4? 'E' Jerry Chaplain Linda Chase Carole Crockett Connie Cummins Mike Cooley Whit Cotten Joanne DeBeasso Martha Dewitt Denise Craig Lyn Cripps Linda DiBelIa Mike Dineen Heather John Jimmy Cheshire Clift Coates Ron Charles Paula Churchwell Clynes Caoksan Duncan Jane David Currie Danforth Day Karl Morgan Bruce Dail Davis Deans Q 4 i r .V A : Q BFX .ll e 'X . i .XX 'X as l. H J l N '52 - as .I 4 1 d Sally Etheridge Britt Fanney TT' Janet Fanney Pat Fitton Sophomores cheer the team on! Suzanne Duckworth Debby Elmer Karen English Kathy Esposito Sally Dunthorn Beau Emanuelson Deon Entsminger Percy Etheridge Charles Gilliam Steve Gorenson 7-nr Phil Greene Mark Gregory E' V! T is Q-f gm Y sv! 1 I Eleanor Griffin Danny Grimes Yvonne Hoarty Bobby Holland Randy Gunn Patsy Hairston Diane Holloman Betty Horton 17 Vicki Judi Hansen Haubrich Cheryl Becky Harris Hauser Katherine Peter House Hyde Bridget Elaine Hughes Johnson Jeff Headley Ron Heflin Barbara Jones Beth Jones ,, 4- i,f,ll s',"l 5 Q g 4 t 3 'FJ' Buddy Hines Nathan Hitchler Connie Jones Pat Jones xx 4 5' P . 1 Helen William Joy Kent Mark Jim Kent Kitchen Jeff Jack Lemr Lowell Linda Robert Lents Lydick T' Erik Klincenberg Leslie Koett Lee Mabe Janice Macer 15 Charles Koontz Eddie Lachman Carrnila Mocri Randall Malbon 1--Q' x 1 4-, V7 Mary Roberta Lake Lash Jay Millicent Lamm Lassiter Vicky Eddi Mallison Mangham Joel Stephen Mandelkorn Mansfield 4-in -ff- Tx' Q-7 . Pete Marcos Roy Marsh James Morgan Sandra Morgan Gus Martinez Buddy Matthews Luke Mosely Debbie Murden if QP fag, A uw 1:-f fi EX A -if 3 l 'gr 'Es Joann Becky Patti Owen Mayer McCoy Mitchell Moore Diane Linda Brooke AI McChesney Middaugh Moore Morgan Tom Beth Murphy Nagle Delores Laurie sophomores work on English Murray Nixon project' 013 72 ,l K fu 'ff I X , N Peter Nixon Joyce Oberman Palmer Peebles Connie Price Andy Richards -1 L - --- Bill Pendleton Dennison Perry Mickey Robeson Betsy Rockecha rl ie ir. Jon Pierce Sam Pierce Jim Rose .lim Runyon 1 Lyle Piner Clarke Price Aileen Sexton B i I I Shaw rl 'UD X SN vf Mark Shean Carl Shelton Joe Sproles Gail Spry Walter Joe Shelton Simpson Jane Jackie Simpson Sivertsen Cheri Bobby Stephens Stivers Winslow Nancy Stillman Sutherland Kathy Slaughter Mike Sloan Barbara Talley Mike Tayloe Kenny Smith Jim Snead Chris Taylor Debbie Tillett Petie Snider Boston Snowden John Tillet Steve Townsend M lx 6- I li Z..-e--, -L! Y Y' Larry Uzzle Donna VanKIeeck Linda Williams Karen Williamson Buddy Janet Doug VanNostrond Vasile Wakefield Larry Linda Hal VanNostrand Vick Ward Tino John Oscar ' Wilson Wolfe Woodhouse Moe Jessee Wayne Wolcott Woodhouse Woods W I Leon White Mary White Martha Wright Jack Yamrick I i 1 S . 'T Sandy Whiting John Williams Pictures not available Susan Axlerod Bill Donahue Dorothy Etheridge John Garafalo James Hitchler Beth Holmes Thomas James Charles Johnston Stephen Lamb Sandra Long Gary McFarland Kenneth Niel Billy Ottinger Jeff Palmer Michael Swaney Phil Yates C5 1 J Q35 W 769 gi CLASS OFFICERS: Patty Garvin-Secretary, Pat Finley-Vice-President, Susan English- Treasurer, Cotton Markert -- President. R. Ackiss J. Adams R. Adams S. Adkins W. Agee T. Albright C. Amburn B. Ammons B. Andrews H. Arrington L. Avila K. Bailey M. Baker D. Bonfon L. Barnes P. Barr B.Barth G. Beach I. Beasley N. Bertels K. Binford 01 is V .. I 'CET -. '7"'l,' 7 t- YW Wig. ,1 as 'IT' X 4-, f .- L. Bly D. Bobbitt B. Boques G. Bonney J. Borror G. Bosher R. Boyd D. Boykin D. Bradley M. Bradshaw J. Bramley J. Bratcher C. Brestrup J. Britt B. Brooks K. Brooks S. Brooks N. Bryant J. Butler T. Butler J. Cernetich T. Chance R. Chase K. Clifton K. Craft K. Crawford M. Crouch S. Crouch J. Davis J. Davis R, Day R. Dean 'Fl N ?l..xX l l'm all feet 'El A I L. Bowers C. Braze B. Burns J. Copeland A . Tv. D. Dement M. Eason G. Esposito G. Felty B. Gilliam J. Grimstead 3 Q1 'T' '4 vw l . L T ,Y . x v- ' YJ !' . l, :fi K . S. Dempsey E. East M. Etheridge A. Ferguson D. Gimmon E. Groton Q A, - Nh-- X l M. Dennis S. English D. Fauber P. Finley C. Gray W. Gunn i L. DiBella G. Erb V. Felts S. Finn J. Gray J. Hankins L. Dixon M. Doyle E. Early "l'm gonna break the world's record" T. Fox D. Greenawalt L. Hansen C. Fuquay P. Garvin R. Gregory B. Grimstead M. Harrington A. Harris Q'-9 ,X !3f Q, L. . Q-v J. M. B. G. YQ 'T--3' W4 A 157 Harris Hertzig Holland Jackson Johnson Kennedy N. Hart P. W. Hickey S. A. Holz B. R, Jackson J. P. Johnson J. M. Killen B. Hartman H. Hempel D. Hendrix Hillman P. Hirtz L. Hitchler Howard D. Howard P. Hubbard James T. James D. Jefferson Jones K. Jordan I. Kapetanakis King F. King A. LaGarde Qs, it . -1 . 'la 4. .vu " Q K' ' '4g.7-if vw. ff" 'Q I5 xx 'C Ylr K. Hendy B. Hodges F. Huges L. Jennings K. Kavula L. Lake :bf f" B. Henry D. Hoel D. Hummer A. Johnson D. Keeny T. Laney :sat .j Q... 79 6 J . .Q ,, 127, T' fv Q7 B. Lowler L. Lowlor P. Lenfs J. Leslie G. Lilley N. Mobe B. Mock C. MocMill:xn A. Monn B. Monn C. Matthews A. Moyholl R. McDowell S. McNeil J. Medlin B. Minton L. Moore Who, Us cheat? G, Pglleffe 4 i Vt-v J. Noden B. Osborne 'J in J. Murokomi J. Nelson M 5 V . .1 ri X 4f'?"'2 l A 2-ap, A if . . , 80 Y' TJ' L. Lobb C. Lovett H. Morcus C. Morkert C. Miller R. Miller T. Morgan J. Moore T. Moore A. Moss J. Pollett J. Porko vm' I.. 1:7 at 4 i YA' Patton G. Peabody B enn B. Reynolds S Rnghter L. Rigney X - O H. Ross J. Sedel R. Smith I 81 , :J gr. 5--.,.. 1 I P. Summers K. Talley H. Taylor D. Thompson T. Thompson G. Tinney J. Trotman D. Twisdale M. Vaughan T. Vernay M. Vincent C. Voliva M. Voliva L. Walker M. Wall S. Wallace G. Walsh H. Ward B. Wareing S. Washburn R. Waterfield Ninth grade Homecoming float. A. White D. White R. White S. Whitehurst G. Wilhoit H. Williams A. Williamson K. Wilkinson C. Winz J. Wise M. Wood R. Woodhouse C. Wright L. Wright P. Moore Hands up! 83 ls. '-L .'T-'.- C. Williams E. Williams S. Wise B. Wood Pictures not available K. Barns H. Brockenbrough J. Crockett M. Doyle E. Deaver J. Edler A. Miller E. Pallette J. Pallette R. Stivers E. Tebele L. Troutman S. Wallace T. Watts L. Abbott L. Arrington G. Baskin Eighth Grade Class Ofhcers Lorry Pulley Treasurer Leslue Hlodky Secretory Dovld Dillon - Vice Presndent Chrns Woll Presudent G. Ailstock A. Arthur L. Boumonn E. Boice C. Bonney 'fc , aa p, ,.4 Q Y., y- .. -N Q L. -e uf f 1, HL? 'T' 1, 1-- ,f-H 17 X K 'E 9, if Q Q . 1" r - :fr w ayv- t Q. K mia P. Brothers A. Brown S. Brownley B. Bryant B. Burford T. Burke T. Burton H. Capps C. Card T. Carter C. Caron C. Chaplain P. Chase L. Cheek J. Cheeks A. Clynes J. Cole J. Cookson C. Cornette M. Cowell W, Cowell M. Crokett D. Crouch G. Dages J. Davis M. Davis P. Davis T. Davis T. Dee W. DeFord T. DeMarca D. Dillon W. Dockery T. Dodson R. Doget V. Doss P. Doyle B. Duke R. Dupree J. Durham G. Edler J. Elmer T. English B. Entwistle M. Erb D. Ervin C. Etheridge J. Evans C. Fanney J. Farmer A. Felton B. Fergerson M. Fisher M. Flynn B. Forrest A. Fox I IIA sh ,fl E si' 511:52 l 85 2---Q J :QQ MV- B0YCl C00Cl'19S elQl'1flW Qfode Qlfls- J. Frazee S. Frazier S. Freeburn M. Fuller P. Furrow B. Gallup C. Gardner J. Garofalo H. Garrison G. Gary J. Gevik Gilliam D. Goldscher C. Gordon P. Gragg L. Gray R. Gredvig J. Gregory S. Gries Griffin B. Grimstead J. Grimstead B. Groton B. Haddock G, Halsey E. Hankins R. Harmon Harrier A. Harris S. Harris M. Harrison R. Hays D. Heafner K. Hill M. Hillegass Hladky D. Hodges K. Hoffman J. Holland J. Horton R. Horton 1 1 . X U' ell I 0 w-. 7 N . l V1 3- ' D. Hubbard P. Hubbard D. Huck L. Hudson T. Huffman D. Hughes J. Humphries R. Hunter M. Ives M. Jackson A. James S. James W. Johnson R. Jones L. Keller R. Kellogg P. Kelly P. Kenley L. Knowles A. Knox M. Koonce P. Kostopulos W. Kufz D. Lafe L. Lafow W. Lake G. Lambe B, Land J. Lane L. Lascara P. Lawrence K. Leonard T. R. Lydick P. Maestas LOWQOWGCKGV "I saw mommey kissing Santa Claus!" N. Mahler 8 J. Maldon L. Mawson cs. Manage J. Manuel D, Moms I -ni "Whot's o touchdown, Miss Clark?" P. Mouch J. McCorver M. McCulloch M. McGlee P. McKean C, McLore F. McNeil E. McQuiIkin R. Meredith T. Micholok G. Micholor M. Miller N. Minton S. Mitchell B. Moore D. Moore D. Moore M. Moore T. Moore S. Murden R. Murphy L. Nagle B. Nose C. Nevorde K. Newcomb A. Norris D. Olden J. Olds B. Oliver B. Osborn T. Perrenot M. Polocio D. Porson C. 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The Student Cooperative Association is organized for all members of the student body in order ll To promote affable relations between teachers and students 25 37 47 57 To promote training in organization and leadership To promote honesty among students To contribute to the general welfare of the school To establish honorable relationships among students Each student is represented in the council by the president of his home- room and may air his views through them, and thus practice student govern- ment. Front row: C. Gilliam, M. Kellam, T. Williams, C. Myers J. Kitchen, L. Reinhardt, M. Preston, J. Ortt, R. Trout- man, G. Shoebesberger, G. Cayce, Sponsor, Mr. Shackle- o re P Snider C Bahlman R Mc ford. 2nd row: B. M o , . ' , . , . - Ginnis, K. Todd, R. Pulley, L, Entsminger, N. Whitehurst. 3rd row: J. Wolfe, S. Veil, S, Munden, B. Kutz, G. Harvey, C. Markert, K. Gore, A. Fox. 4th row: B. Gilliam, D. Fau- ber, P. Garvin, P. Finley, S. English, H. Ward, J. Miller, K. Craft, L. deLeon, D. Runyon, A. Harrier, C. Amburn. Last row: M. Jard, L. Fox, D. Furniss, T. Hughes, A. Vowell, D. Fauber, J. Sivertsen, B. Kenley, M. Beavers, B. Lawlor, M. Beavers, B. Duke. X' 1 '1 V O",l Q3 Q f .fg CT 60112 ,U ares fproyress gf Qfz 1 C Obs .i ""' Front row: C. Themides, J. Ortt, M. Preston. 2nd row: M. Kellam, L. De Leon, L. Fox, D. Furniss, J, Sivertsen. 3rd row: J. Mathias, L. Entsminger, M. Beavers, W. DeWitt. Last row: A. Jones, C. Diorietes, T. Mathias, S. Fruin. cgfan y ommzffee Gfczzkm en ompare Zsoyfess Jcgcfoof 44 S3 -G l. 0 O 'I 'ef 0.0- Front row: M. Beavers, M. Beavers, R, Pulley. 2nd row: A. Simpson, N. Sparks, M. Kellam, J. Sivertsen, L. Reinhardt. 3rd row: C. Market, J. Mathias, T. Mathias, B. Peebles. 93 ,gf J fif Y' fjdye A 140122 Crafogoof l 'Y 'ff f n-gy ' A ..... ,X Q . - 5 "-wf:--'v-- P91-."!.. A 'X XX hat s m a Namv? 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'.'n5gefX1!r1 EEALH ' ' -fl A 4-om-4 'f',,f' U N ..l A '. .X ,v . 1, ,,, Qj ,h I X ffhi.-Jw' gm-f, .. . I X . g l X E 1-'JN lil.. -' Al ' . - . . ,f I - -. -'ws L 0 Ak vn Q N K-1 , A X .X . 7 N X ws nu. 94 a'Si Wecoynzies Werzf Sam Arrington Betsy Ball Maggi Beavers Mike Beavers Barbara Bell Robert Britt Penny Brown Linda Burmock Vera Cernatich Larry Chose Carol Corder Ronald Crawford Sharon Farmer Bernadette Felton Frances Gilliam Robert Gregory Betsy Harschutz Cathy Howard Rosa Gregory ,377 Old and new members listen as Mr. Kellam speaks. The National Honor Society is a club organ- ized tor those students who maintain a high scholastic average and also have high qualities of leadership. This year the N.H.S. is sponsoring two as- semblies. The tapping ceremony was held in Thomas Jones Carol Kerr Nanette Kutz Linda Leigh Rip McGinnis Ernie Miller Ruby Melton Martha Page Laura Reinhardt Merle Preston Cindy Rutledge Nancy Rydell Jill Sivertsen Mike Strickler Scott Thompson Sandra Waring Suzanne Willis Lucy Wise David Woollen December and the Awards Assembly is to be held in the spring. They will also sponsor the Student Faculty Basketball Game in the spring At the end of the year the N.H.S. will award a scholarship to some deserving student. 'lst. row: left to right: Webb DeWitt, V-Pres., Perry Har- N. Sparks, J. Ortt, 3rd. row: M. Hitchler, B. Carpenter schutz, Sec., Sherri Fruin, Pres., Rogan Pulley, Treas.g L. deLeon, L. Fox, L. Lawlor, S. Hilton, 4th. row: M. Jard 2nd. row: T. Mathias, T. Hughes, J. Mathias, S. Ervin, D. Furness, M. Coffman, R. McGinnis. Page Sponsored by Dr. 81 Mrs. Roger L. Visser. Q- I l I l ii l l 11121614 IUIYGI? 1216.3 CSC'5Ok!1S IQO Front row: President, Laurie Fox, Vice-President, Gary Harvey, Recording Secretary, Trudy Williams, Corresponding Secretary, Margie Jard. 2nd row: Treasurer, Keith Goreg Chaplain, Margaret Ann Drewry, Sergeant-at-Arms, Mike Strickler. The Jr. Civitan is a club organized in affili- Also it has continued with its annual Hallo- ation with the Sr. Civitan Club. ween candy and Christmas Fruit Cake Sale, in This year the club has done much to help order to raise money to sponsor an orphan, give the cheerleaders promote school spirit through- a scholarship at the end of the year, and spon- out the school by providing buses to away sor many more projects to benefit the school games. and the community. Front row: M. A. Drewry, M. Jard, T. Williams, G. Har- Harschutz, M. Kellam, A. McDowell, K. Kennedy, M. vey, K. Gore, L. Fox, M. Strickler. 2nd row: B. Ball, P. Beavers. Lost row: S. Ervin, S. Stormont, J. Sivertsen, L. Snider, B. l-larschutz, S. Farmer, F. Gilliam, S. Walker, Reinhardt, S. Brennan, R. Ryals, B. Scarborough. M. Beavers, R. Jones. 3rd row: S, Axelrod, D, Furniss, P. nferacf cgloonsozxs' Couric zange cgfuknf Ken Todd, Treasurer - Bob Gregory, Secretary - Glen Miller, Vice President - Webb De Witt, President. The Interact Club is organized for boys interested in developing relation- ships with other countries. Their major project this year is sponsoring our exchange student Gunter Schobesberger. They also sold Seahawk cushions to promote school spirit. l M N Front row: W. De Witt, K. Todd, B. Gregory, G. Miller. 2nd row: R. Pulley, R. McGinnis, T. Mathias, J. Mathias, T. Whesdos, G. Schobesberger, S. McGlinchy, B. Moore 3rd row: S. Gregory, J, Ortt, J, Wolfe, C. Myers, M Rogan, J. Robershaw, P. Brugman, L. Screba, Last row L. Entsminger, W. Petty, S. Thompson, B. Baulmon, J Haggard, G. Dolgens, C. Davis. . -- A- -lr 917639125 Wzzmmage CSGQ in Front row: Anne Jones, President- Margie Jard, Vice President- Dorinda Hoarty, Secretary -- 2nd row: Jockie Sivertsen, Treasurer - Betsy Carpenter, l.C.C. Representative - Ann Vowell, Reporter - Teresa Hughes, Chaplain. The Tri-Centenni Y-Teens are affiliated with the Y.W.C.A. The club is made up of girls interested in building a fellowship of women who are interested in seeing the world united under one God. This year the Y-Teens have many projects. They will be represented at the annual Y-Teen Madrigra Dance, also they will sponsor buses to the basketball games to promote school spirit, among other projects, which will help the school and community. i L L A Q A - Front row: B. Baxter, B. Nagle, C. Roberson, T. Hughes, A. Vowell, M. Jord, A. Jones, D. Hoarty, B. Carpenter, J. Sivertsen, A. Simpson, B. Rockacharlie. 2nd row: J. Neal, S. Duckworth, B. Hughes, N. Sparks, C. Wright, J. Litchfield, D. Van Kleet, J. Vassel, K. Williamson, J. Haulbrock, D. Craig, L. Burmock. 3rd row: S. Griffin, L. Corder, S. Wilkerson, L. Osmond, N. Kutz, L. Webb, S. Molner, E. Griffin, B. Jones, J. Danforth, C. Bracken- brough. 4th row: M. L. Lake, M. Miskimon, S. Blakley, G. Sedell, J. Davies, J. Simpson, S. Lowe, K. House, B. Wood, B. Murden, M. DeWitt, C. Macri, E. Hoarty. , fd 9.57 9 . . eens erue Jomfzzunzfy .-....- 7'-J-w-F' MKFT Left to right - Susan English, Serg. at Arms - Cathy Craft, Treasurer - Pat Finley, Chaplain - Cathy Crawford, Secretary - Patti The Jr-Y-Teens are the eighth and ninth grade members of the Tri Centenia Y-Teens. These girls help the Sr. Members with all ot their projects plus they also have projects of Garvin, President. their own. This year they have planned many projects which will help the school and also the community. Front row: Left to right - P. Finley, S. English, K. Craw- ford, S. Sparks, K. Craft, P. Garvin, B. Holland, C. Bre- Strup, M. Moore, 2nd row -- R. Smith, H. Brocken- brough, N. Sawyer, J. Miller, G. Bosher, H. Ward, G. Peabody, P. Summers, B. Minton, D. Gimmon, A. Fox, A. Brown, 3rd row 1 E. Early, H. Taylor, M. Flynn, L. 99 Sivere, L. Last row Davis, G. Dages, A. Williamson, D. VanNostrand, P. McKean, J. Bocrie. Moore, R. McDowell, A. Miller, N. Hart, K. Hladky, L. Rhodes, M. Harrington, J. Hankins, -C. Ambern, A. Harrier, L. Dixon, V. Doss, P. f7f12j7?e J C566 fjefelo one Qzkecforzes Carolyn Wright-Treasurer, Dorenda Hoarty-Vice-President, Loren Lawler-Presb dent, Betsy Carpenter-Historian, Laura Reinhardt-Chaplain. Not pictured-Teresa Hughes-Recording Secretary, Ann Vowell-Corresponding Secretary. The Helmer Tri-Hi-Y is organized in affilia- tion with the Y.M.C.A. This year its members are planning many service projects for the school and the community. They will hold their annual telephone direc- tory sale, plus each week a member ofthe club will post a thought for the week on the bulletin board in the hall. Also each week at the home football games some of the members will help in the concession stand. Front row: L. Reinhardt, A. Vowell, T. Hughes, L. Lawler, C. Wright, B. Carpenter, D. Hoorty. 2nd row: B. Talley, E. l-loarty, S, Griffin, S. Willis, R. Beasley, N. Sparks, J. Phillips, A, Simpson, L. Burmock, T. King. 3rd row: J. Neal, J. Vassel, D. Vankleek, M. Stratton, S. Axlerod, C. Crockett, J, Sivertsen, B. Ball. 4th row: B. Felton, L. Cruggar, l. Stevenson, L. Cauley, C. Richardson, C. Hendrix, C. Meredith, G. Goranson. Sth row: J. Edge, M. Jard, S. Blakeley, G. Fox, C. Corder, P. Brown. l K-ill? ,ynyeofca 7219173 ji ospzfaf 4 l l i ,V mi' l ,ZX ni I :ll xv H E: Ill Ill in vm 'IIPQ m Anne Simpson, Secretary-Treasurer, Tommy Mathias, President, Gayanne Fox, Vice President. . The Ars Medica Club was organized tor the Lectures, films and tours are organized to sole purpose ot furthering the education ot help maintain the students' interest. Through medicine in the minds ot students interested in this club, members are encouraged to further a medical career. their education. Front row: A. Simpson, T. Mathias, Cv. Fox. 2nd row: W. Petty, E. Miller, J. Mathias, L. Lawler, L, Leigh, B. S. Willis, A. Killen, P. l-larschutz, K. Howard, D. Fauber, Baxter, J. Allred. 4th row: B. Holbrook, L. Williams, S D. Craig, B. Carpenter, N. Adkins. 3rd row: S. Thompson, Nixon, J. Edge, J. Larson, L. Leigh, M. Miskimon. il i -.Y.,- - T K .F K oncoufayes ofzcafzbn yi'-7 -,N ,N ,., -. 25 C? Ann Vowell, Vice-President, Loren Lawler, Secretory, Jill Sivertsen, President, Penny Brown, Historian, Laura Reinhardt, Treasurer. I l l The Future Teachers of America is a nationwide organization. The purpose of this club is to encourage students to enter the teaching profession and to instill in them the qualities of leadership, character, and scholarship. li il This year the club plans to have speak- ers, movies, and fund raising projects for a scholarship. The club also plans to have field trips to nearby colleges. l i First row, L-R: A. Vowell, J. Sivertsen, L. Lawler, L. Reinhardt, P. Brown. Second row: N. Rydell, T. Wil- liarns, L. Fox, C. Whalen, C. Howard, C. Bahlman, L. Dillion. Third row: S. Sparks, R. Srnith, M. Mac- Donald, L. Webb, B. Ball, B. Peebles, J. Sivertsen Fourth row: L. Hall, H. Taylor, M. Stratton, N. Wible, B. Baxter, C. Townsend. J Wogfofs it CIIIQIQ 'L E Linda Dixon - Historian, Vicki Felts - Secretary-Treasurer, Dolores Themides - President, Janet Hines -Vice President, Gail Dagenkolb - Reporter. The Future Homemakers ot America is an organization for all home economic students. The purpose is to prepare to become better housewives. This year the club was host to the summer workshop. They were repre- sented by a float in the homecoming parade, and attended Oceana Beauty Academy recently. They plan to have a Christmas Bazaar, work on a project for mental health, and adopt a family. A .. Front Row: L. Dixon, V. Felts, D. Themides, J. Hines, G. Dagenkolb. 2nd Row: J. Brumley I. Beasley, A. Williamson, C. Hendrix, G. Potter, P. Cookson. 103 yzzmymm aw QM? smug Office's: Lee Entsminger-President, Floyd Wilson-Vice-President, John Romano-Sergeant at-Arms, Keith Core-Secretary-Treasurer. The V.B.l-l.S. Monogram Club is composed of all the boys who have let- tered in one or more ot the varsity sports. This year the club has hopes of purchasing new jackets for its members, promoting a slave sale, and spon- soring a spaghetti dinner, Another project of this organization is the con- cession stand which it operates during the basketball games. Row 'l: B. Miller, C. Hoel, J. Bennet, R. Ryals, K. Gore, R. Pulley. Row 3: B. McNicholas, L. Whitehurst, R. Mc L. Entsminger, F. Wilson, J. Whitehurst. Row 2: J. Ortt, Ginnis, V, Loscialo, B. Romano, B. Scarborough, R. Trout S. Ervin, E, Austin, W. Stillman. A. McDowell, J. Romano, man, J. Lee. arf? "' 77 C ponsozis Jaw er cfjuf sjb12?Q sf' 4 f: ' A. Girls' Athletic Achievement Association The Girls' Athletic Achievement Associa- tion is in its second year of organization. With a large membership and much interest, the club works hard in promoting school spirit. Be- fore Homecoming each member was required aids: r - t "R i vvi-" -li' ."'i4 Ql 'f I ' I ttxsigx Y : ' l " -i R-Q-X Bi . A Q11 'b:"'. is S":, . 5 .,- ?go9 1' X i to make a sign to put in the halls. Another project of the G.A.A.A, was the "Powder Putt" football game for the girls. Also the club plans to sponsor a Father-Son Dinner for the boys who participate in the varsity sports. View ii Officers: Mary Jo Kellam - Presidentj Sherri Fruin - Vice-Presidentj Linda de Leon - Secretaryg Laurie Fox - Treasurerg Rene Michaels - Sergeant-at-Arms. 105 CD. Sponsors 1.1223 1' if x i '1 -az. -Mig54--f,11-- ""-,:.,..' "':.f"-'4.ggQg 4-A ffm Iv ' '5 I Y- A' r v.aR'ydk-1. f 4-f,Nf,.2','.a7'- Q ,.. -,up-'WI-sy ,fir 69--N' Officers: lL-Rl Tommy Noden-Sgt. at Arms, Gail James-Treasurer, Linda Parker---Presb dent, Janice Hines-Secretary, Buddy Sidwell-Vice President. The Distributive Education Club, sponsored by Mr. Wade, offers help in the instruction of distribution and marketing. This year the club sponsored the Film Enrichment Series, attended the district D.E.C.A. Rally in Norfolk, and packaged articles for Viet Nam. The future projects of the club are to attend and participate in the Dis- trict and State Convention, and give an employer-employee banquet. w Front row: F. Grosskreutz, T, Noden, B. Sidwell, J, Fourth row: S. Bailey, C. Kite, J. Phillips, S. Walker Hines, G. James, Mr. Wade, Second row: J, Voliva, L, C, Todd, L, Farrar, R. Churchwell, Lost row: N. Gross- Cornen, B. Murden, B. Wood, P. Copeland, E. Lobb, kreutz, J. Rohr, T. Wilson, A. Tolson, H. Lofon, K C Smith, K. Tillet, L. Tolson, Third row: T, Heflin, Hitchler, C, Austin, D. Graham, B. James. P, Hairston, F. Hope, B. Smith, H. Joy, M. Smith, lO6 Q-A f ' t, V J anof QUQUS np l 'vi J r A if "'k !L Chris Diorietes-Student Directorg George Georghiou-Treasurerg Glen Miller-Assistant Student Director This year the Marching Band added much to the school spirit by playing at pep rallies and participating in both home and away games. ln the spring the band plans to attend and play in the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D. C. The Concert Band gave the annual Christmas Concert and in the spring they plan to present the Spring Concert. Lombardo? Dorsey? Miller? And the band played on? lO7 31461122 Wqbr CQ yzcqbreffes Y R: Yvonne Hoorty, Cathy House, Jomes Napier-Drum Major, Virginia Butt-Heod M B b L d S W' fte, or orc on, uson use. Cgeafawf yZparC51lf2y Zan! 108 K.. GOI? Cer!! xbjanaf E612 0143 fZQjdI2Of 5111.175-vQC'i'1 1' IO9 431 diff CQ Qff QFGOQ mQOf 010115 Front row: T. Longanecker, J. Davis, R. Wade, C. Gard- ner, D. Gosher, J. White, N. Williams, J. Phillips, C Walton, S. Brownly, J. Barnes. 2nd row: C. Volvo, E Sullivan, C. Amburn, R. Murphy, B. Litchfield, N. Allen R. Baulls, L. Woolford, W. Atkins, D. Moore, B. Williamsl diff glad Q J. Trotman, S. Crouch. Last row: R. DuPree, T. Dee, B Brown, E. Easter, B. Moore, T. Smith, P. Armsworthy, R Barco, D. Parson, N. Boone, N. Whitehurst, D. Huck L. Nixon. 9046 orus ,il . 2' 'll " ' ' f lf J P e J e Q. 1 -L' 'rv' 'I' 'V' 4-'lfw el 'L V 'A it . A ,LZ va .N -I: I 4 'K " ll F I First row: M. Crockett, D. Runyon, V. Doss, M. McCul- lough, M. Harrison, S. Rice, J. Cole, G. Dages, P. Gregg J. Durham, E. Patterson. 2nd row: D. Heafner, P. Sheffer, S. Terry, M. Moore, G. Lombe, M. Fuller, P. McKern, S. Woods, E. Early, J. Olds, D. Hughes, J. Evans. 3rd row D. VanNostrand, P. Lawrence, P. Brothers, M. Smith, S. James, M. Flynn, P. Tugman, A. Brown, M. Miller L. Bauman, J. Horton, L. Nagle. Last row: M. Bennett C. Puckett, R. Atwater, E. Williams, A. Arthur, C. Cor nett, T. Perbenot, K. Hoffman, K. Hill, M. Harrington A. Harrier, R. Meredith, K. Leonard, D. Tillet, N. Minton , 3 C 9121014 16014615 Front row: L. Ricks, M. Smith, S. Wood, S. Putnam, I. Soffee, B. Stivers, C. Shelton, K. Smith, J. Fanney, Y. Barber, B. Bell, C. Cumming. Second row: L. Vick, S. Baull, D. Williams, J. Lamm, C. Ostwalt, G. Foy, S. Lamm, D. Wince, B. Bovard, M. Sands, B. Ewing, S. Bur- ford, M. Stratton, Mr. Miller. Third row: C. Munden, K Murphy, J. Neal, J. Vassel, H. Fanney, J, Whitehurst F. Wilson, D. Woodhouse, B. Fullerton, K. Barco, L. Toni son, V. Romm, T. King, L. Curling. mga ny Front row: L. Hall, N. Sparks, M. Kellam, L. Osmond, T. Hughes, S. Boguess, B. Couffman, J. Davies, A. Holloman. Last row: B. Moore, J. Davis, J. Maddux, L. Whitehurst, B. Henry, L. VanNostrand, J. Allred, D. Entsminger. J eac C0122 er QSXJ Trudy Williams Editor Editor-in-chief Feature editor Copy editor Staff Members Business manager . . . . . Sports editor . Assistant sports editor . . . Editorials . Writer . . . Writer . . . 1 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 Q t 1 1 Photographers Typists . . Artist . . . r Trudy Williams . . Kay Kennedy ... Sherri Fruin Laura Reinhardt . Mike Strickler . Brooke Moore Lee Entsminger . Webb de Witt . Susan Axelrod . . Stuart Brooks Sandra Hilton .. Susan Hilton Clarissa Garrett . . Denise Craig A-QV in f 4IxX The Entire Staff Seated-Kay Kennedy, Sherri Fruin, Hilton, Row 2-Stuart Brooks, Webb de Witt, Mr. Scholl, Clarissa Garret Susan Axelrod, Susan Hilton, Laura Rein- Mike Strickler, Denise Craig, Brooke Moore. hardt Row 'I Lee Entsminger, Trudy Williams, Sandra ll2 . 7 . . ncfeas es JIFCUAZZJIOIZ :F-'4 Z: ..,-J 1, 26 Fourth bell gossip session' The BEACHCOMBER, our school newspaper, does an excellent job of keeping the students abreast of current school activities and projects, Stu- dent reporters under the leadership of editor Trudy Williams make each edi- tion an enthusiastic addition to our school year, This year the paper has greatly increased its circulation and plans to put out eight issues. Jean holds the whip. H Members of the staff discuss important articles. N 9121614 5 affairs ' W. 7 Greg Cayce Laurie Fox Susari Brennan Business Manager Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor 1:1 Yfi Chicken Killen Perry Harschutz Linda de Leon Activities Editor Features Editor Senior Editor Kristin Goranson Steve Ervin Didhd FUI'I'liSS Ciass Editor Sports Editor Circulation Manager V 114 'Cla-C4 ...f Captain Hood fi eaofjfzffzbane Qgfcf ' ,, MVS- KVGUSS Staff members hard at work. Work on THE HURRICANE, the official yearbook of Virginia Beach High School, begins in July when advertisements are sold and ends in February when the book is sent to be published. The i966 HURRICANE has a special sentiment this year, as it will probably be the last yearbook to'be published in this school. Consequently, editor Laurie Fox and her staff hope to make this edition one the school will not soon forget. The entire staff would like to express its gratitude for the guidance of Mrs. Krauss and Captain Hood in planning our yearbook. qiifgffn--N. . ,N . A . . fn vs' -,.4' . Y Junior Members: Standing, I. to r.p Mike Beavers, Cathy Howard, Mary MacdonaId,, Betsey Ball, Sitting, I. to r.7 Jill Silversten, Frances Gilliam, Nancy Rydell. Missing from picture: Beth Kenley. ll5 jfsfor K7 -, ' ,,, J ans 17,0 S7Ofy-alt' 122012 'lst row: A. Killen, M. Ragan, J. Dooley, 2nd row: H. Small, W. Bailey, J. Lee, J. Borror, 4th row: B. Bell, P. Taylor, P. Brugman, L. White, M. Stratton, J. Newton, Barco, B. Sessums, S. Larson, K. Clifton, S. McGlinchy, D. Themides, S. Baull, B. Hall, 3rd row: M. Johnson, J. W. Armstrong, Last row: F. Grosskreutz, R. Chenman. .+tt.yg I S3-"' U fo . ,turn sf 3 Officers: Jill Dooley - Vice-President, Malcomb Ragan - Secretary- Treasurer, Alice Killen -- President. ll6 The History Club is organized for the purpose of providing stu- dents interested in history with ex- tra curricular activities pertaining to history. Field trips, research projects, and decorating the bulle- tin board are projects the History Club plans to undertake this year. l l t it t l Lrferar S bas gazes! cbloea ef The Literary Club is de- dicated to stimulating in- terest in the students of Virginia Beach High School in the literature of past and present ages. Through lectures, active participation in discus- sions, and attending thea- trical productions, the members increase their un- derstanding and apprecia- tion of the effect that philosophy and literary achievement have on our personal lives. 2 Mrs. Hoarty speaks at Literary Club meeting. sy . t. ,, . .- .-JK. I -I f -1 4 S W First row: H. Hartquist, J. Ortt, D. Furniss, B. Taylor, A. Howard, Lost row: S. Griffin, S. Stormont, J. Downing, Simpson, P. Vaughn, Second row: J. Mathias, N. Sparks, C. Gorenson, B. Carpenter, B. Peebles. W. Armstrong, D. Hoarty, C. Hendrix, J. Sivertson, C. Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Furniss, Jr. Qfama yjjresenfs Mybjflfe !0I2"I77 7 Va 0 G, The Drama Club is an organi- J zation for those persons interested in dramatics. With Mrs. Arm- strong as sponsor, the club plans to entertain the school and public with a variety of plays. Officers: Alice Killen - Treasurer, Jill Sivertsen -- Secretary, Mary Lee Jackson - Vice President, Sarah Stormont - President. lst row: A. Killen, J. Sivertson, M. Jackson, S. Stormont, B. Taylor, K. Meredith, T. Mathias, S. McGlinchey, R 2nd row: C. Munden, S. Brown, C. Howard, I. Soffee, P, Brogan, 4th row: S. Hilton, J. Mathias, S. Gram, Y McGinley, P. Barco, B. Bell, C. Carson, H. Cheshire, 3rd Hoarty, M. Baker, P. Fuller, L. Williams, M. Hitchler, row: A. Owens, J. Neal, J. Litchfield, J. Napier, J. Dooley, Lost row: J. Larson, J. Downing, K. Murphy. ll8 --a:1V- ,CA-4,, Qegafe N Zegafes ia of page w lr - 'lst row: J. Medlin, M. Wall, B. Renn, Mr. Bedard, Mrs. vers, J. Sivertson, R. Brogan, S. Hilton, 3rd row: C. Mil- Venuto, L. Hitchler, J. Dooley, B. Hall, 2nd row: P. ler, K. Talley, H. Taylor, K. Gore, G. Harvey, B. Gilliam, Vaughan, B. Kenley, S. McGIinchy, P. Brugman, M. Bea- R. Jackson, E. Tebele, Last row: B. Miller, L.. Entsrninger. The recently formed De- bate Club is an organization for the purpose of teaching in- terested students effective de- bating methods. Sponsored by Mr. Bedard and Mrs. Venuto the Debate Club plans to par- ticipate in state and local competition. ,x C7 Officers: Lee Entsminger - President, Beth Kenley - Secretary, Gary Har- vey - Vice-President. 119 unfer eaog cgfrony eam 'lst row: G. Schobesberger, M. Beavers, B. Taylor, P. Ful- J. Small, S. Lawson, J. Lee, B. Gilliam, J. Van Hoose ler, 2nd row: J. Felton, S, Griffin, W. Baily, M. Ragan, T. 4th row: D. Brown, K. Owens, L. Chase, P. Vaughn, D Amunson, B. Lawler, H. l-lartquist, 3rd row: B. Sessums, Woolen, B. Carrol. ls H i is 1 M L ,mi x' X V ?A,':?1 -kwlr' Xw X x . X K x is C' Officers: Gunter Schobesberger-President, Mike Beaver-Vic President, Pam Fuller - Secretary, Bob Taylor - Treasurer. 120 The Chess Club is an organization whose purpose is teaching more effective game strategy to its members. Sponsored by Mr. Gurney the club plans to compete with several local schools this year. ---ix? "' " - ' 'l-- ' 5717 Cjfrzlsfm as QS Q The newly formed Art Club is an organization for the purpose of providing students interested in art with extra curricular activities pertaining to art. The club in- cludes field trips and guest speak- ers in their activities. Sponsored by Mrs. Fagan, the Art Club intends to help beautify the school. 5? 3 1 ' tl 'T ' swift 1' if -Q .m,,,,., -, -i --, I A tr-i Tx. . . r-- J i 16.1 'f V Officers: Jimmy Mathias - President, Susan Blakely - Vice-President, Dorinda Hoarty - Secretary, Janet Litchfield - Treasurer. 'Ist row: D. Craig, D. Hoarty, S. Blakely, J. Mathias, J. Page, L. Lash, D. Bradley, 4th row: J. Goranson, R. Gui- Litchfield, J. Newton, J. Downing, 2nd row: L. Avilia, L. zette, B. Baxter, P. Hubbard, T. Fox, M, Stratton, J. Leigh, D. Cleef, A. Williamson, S. Griffin, H. Hartquist, Sivertson, D. Murry, Last row: C. Corder, R. Ramey, C. M. Baker, G. Pallette, M. Dewitt, 3rd row: B. Ammons, Goranson, M. Lake, L. Leigh, K. Lenard, T. Mathias, J. J. Felton, G. Schobesberger, P. Whesdos, B. Howard, M. Larson. cgcgoksfzc eam Every semester two students from each class are selected for membership on the Scholastic Team Sponsored by the Ledger Star, they are chosen for their high scholastic achievement. This honor is exceeded only by mem- bership on the Tidewater Scholastic Team. This year Ragon Pulley was selected from our local team to be a member of the Tidewater Team. LEDGER-STAR Seated: H. Cheshire, P. Brown, J. Sivertseng Standing: S. Fruin, R. Pulley, J. Sivertsen, N Bertels, G. Felty. x.- KY .Q . X' 8"vl7F" . B, S756 0QfQafe0f!96.5 K F B I P ' g f' . Ln. Wi ag: B! 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M 'ski ll , '41 , 2 f. 1 V ., .' N, , 355. X Av L3 .Hex !. vw 4- .1 pix -A-',-- ,, 1- , C9 .aff H V 'L ' -19 . '. ,ur ,-. I - f' A -"Mi 2' 4-P. .ax ,, ' f -A Q . vb 'ne 'IS' ,, A -'R .3 eff? . 'f .eg 1'f5'k Q?f,f,2vf'f'Q , ,M '- 'X . ' ..-ff: if 'T W ' A .ffm Q , "?' .. 'fl " 44- vs'-'W V f A' ,, ss, H M2 ff-f " -if ' 1: f' - -WF'-,2"f'5,.s. ' 1.-7'-. -,S-argf miyii.. J 7-S-il f A Q , . - "' '53 W A, Q "" -?.eWZ5i5 E' - - V- fi" 521294 ' mx" ,LL Ta- vw, .I .2 ' ' -' A Q' nf , "'7",.1.f'1' ,, 1-,gf 7' 23. F- M.. vw-1 cgeafazvfs Boas! Rugged Virginia Beach Defense That Topped Eastern District Statistics Digs In Against Cox, While Seahawk Looks On Approvingly. OUR SEAHAWKS SHOW PERFECTION IN '65 The same Virginia Beach football team that was not expected to win more than half of their games, could produce only tive returning lettermen, and had to build an entirely new backfield all under a new coach, finished I0 consecutive games without a single defeat. Our opponents found the Seahawk defense too tough to gain much on the ground and the secondary the best in the district on pass de- fense. Offensively, they found the hard-hitting Seahawk line too much to contain the running abilities of a trio of sophomore backs that gave Virginia Beach the best rushing team in the Eastern District in addition to its top scorer, Don Bradley. Such statistics, combined with all important school spirit, handed V.B.H.S. an im- pressive 8-O-2 record, blemished only by con- secutive ties with city rivals, Bayside and Cox. Unfortunately, because only three conference games were scheduled, the Seahawks were in- eligible for district or state championships. Only two minutes into its first season under Lew Breedlove, Virginia Beach fell behind Mid- lothian of Richmond, 6-O. However, the Sea- hawks rallied in the final quarter for a l8-8 victory. In the next two games, the Seahawks began to pick up unexpected momentum. A strong rushing offense began to supplement our tight defense as the Hawks easily rolled over Norfolk Academy and Suffolk by 25-O and 25-6, respectively. Returning home for their fourth game, the highly favored Sea- hawks were stunned 6-6 by an inspired Bay- side eleven. An enthusiastic homecoming game with arch-rival Cox was the setting of the sec- ond 6-6 deadlock in a row. In the last half of the season, the mighty Seahawks showed little mercy in polishing off the remaining five teams in order. Cape Charles fell 20-O. Next Northampton wound up on the short end of a i9-6 decision. The Seahawks then easily,rolled over Forest Glen, 34-O. Once beaten Southamp- ton had their troubles with the now unyielding Seahawks, who took their seventh victory 34-I3 at the expense of the Indians. In the last game at Kellam, Virginia Beach tallied i9 points, while the Knights found it impossible to score against a team that had out scored their op- ponents by more than four to one. The green and white remained unbeaten! Wiz 0QfQafe0f Season Winslow finally stopped after on- other long gain. --I9 T 'X4' Seahawk defenders in pursuit of on Indian. Brett enjoys pile up. 4 5 TD. for V.B.! 129 eg, . x -5--Tw ,- Q4 z 15" '51 R, ur " ,,,.'5' 2 ', v' T Vu 'UE HO ku ing" vs ' QD J 1 ff' ,af apr" af' fS QTY ,i ' 'm:m,,,, " ,Q Front row: R. McGinnis, C. Myers, J. Evans, A. McDowell, S. Ervin. Back row: Coach Coult- qard, L. Barco, F. Wilson, W. Stillman, N. Hill, W. Robertson, G. Beach. Virginia Beach started off the '65-'66 basketball season with high hopes and quickly ran up four impressive wins. Floyd Wilson kept the team alive with almost a twenty-two point scoring average. Virginia Beach beat Bayside for its first win and gained its second win over Cox on a free throw by Steve Ervin with two seconds remaining in the game. After a defeat to league favorite Princess Anne, Virginia Beach won two more games over Bayside and Deep Creek. ln its next outing against a strong Wilson team, Virginia Beach was edged out after overcoming an early deficit. Misfortune set in on the team when Floyd Wilson injured his ankle during the first quarter of the Kel- lam game and was lost to the team for the rest of the year. Hampered by such problems the squad plummetted to thirteen straight de- feats, i i Floyd takes off on jumper against Deep Creek. Neil sinks two. ',,. .-ff? Va. Beach .... "Give me that ole soft shoe." Bayside ...... Cox .... .... P. A. ....... . Bayside ...... Deep Creek Wilson ....... Maury ....... 1 af' Wilson ballet Va. Beach Vo. Beach Va. Beach .... Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Va. Beach Great Bridge Cradock ...... Kellom .. P. A. ....... . Norview ...... Churchland . Oscar Smith . . . Granby ....... Cox .... . . nl Freeze! 132 Winslow soars for valuable hp I B X, 1 e i i ,X Lx I XX A 5 . Q X r 4 0 .9 2' ' if ' ff' 9 Q . Lf- ...A X s. Rip hits from bleachers-again. How con you blow o 20 point lead?" P j' 'M ' cf' N' I 4 X., Ervin drives for basket 1. ' fN I Floyd pops from outside. 133 .iff 1.. - 'lik '7 f. f I l it N , gxx9"'J -wx.:-l arm? eerQa0Q5iUgCP use K ,M . 7' 3 Q21 'EES' 4 I 'iw Qu Trudy Williams Mary Jo Kellam l 1 Y' Xu XQMCLCYEF an K 5 'ta' Si CLEO ' f i ,xlxl lvvkxi, -' l QWW IFJ bla x. .N W ru, x LQLQL D . XJ! l , xg' . "' ' V+! x argarbxtxkrgrl lDr'Awry ' 'Q Linda de Leon Betsy Harschutz I w , Coptom ill H-E : al L 414'-wg I 1 X , - A Q D as ' y 3' nrnr J , , tlahf Nancy Rydell 'X ' Sharron Farmer fn T F' Merle Preston -1 Frances Gilliam . 'r Sponsored by Capt. and Mrs. William J. McVey I l , 2712 efafe QSC 200 QSLUIk77 P 1 1 1 l 4 v J CVYOVQG! Perry, thot's 2-4-6-8, not 4-3-2-If . U' 7' ,I fifu Q 4 f He'S our mon! I 'I I Y' . in 1 'l 1 ' , .LN bmp!! A 1 N ' X ,f . 'u V ei Cheerleaders Welcome Their Visitors, 135 We-'re killing 'emf om resfkzis GJD app arf XVHAW :-s"""'c.- ..,w+4uf6 QM S' 4334 A Wo 1st row: K. Gore, L. Entsminger, C. Hoel, H. Dennis, H Spain, V. Baker. 3rd row: Coach Gregory, S. Righte Ferrel. 2nd row: P. Moore, R. Troutman, B. Wareing, R. M. Shean, J. Rose, Mgr. The increasing participation and student support for wrestling in 1966 has rapidly made it a major sport. The season produced three victories in addition to impressive individual records by Keith Gore C11-1-21 at 120 and John Romano C11-31 at 180. Craig l-loel, Lee Entsminger, Bart Miller, and Roy Troutman supplied the experience for the Varsity team, which in- cluded six freshmen. pun V. B. . . .13 Cradock ..... . .39 v. B. . . .26 ciwrchiond .... 28 i J' " 'N V. B. . . .20 Kellam ....... 31 . :Q V. B. . . .18 Warwick ...... 34 ' li V.B....11 York ....... ..37 V, B. . . .20 Norfolk Acad. . .18 V.B. 8 Deep Creek ....36 V. B. ... 5 Wilson ...... . .42 V. B .... 9 Princess Anne . .39 V.B....29 F.M.A.......18 V. B. ...14 Bayside ..... . .29 V. B. . . . 5 Cox .......... 41 A , V.B....6 OScarSmith...32 ' 'f if -1 -' v. B. ...24 K it .... 22 1 fs 1'0'T'l GCOUQ fan ls. , . That's the "Cobra" READY? - .- ,.,,- A.-+4.-1. , CSQCMGCUA QFGCA 790122 Front row: R. Ryals, D. Bradley, E. Austin, L. Hubbard, J. Cummings, M. Mathias. Second row: B. Ottinger, T. Though it was rather small in size, the '65 track team had one of the best crops of talent it has had in a long time. Every member of the team helped in the scoring, and many of them tallied consistently in the meets. Since there were not enough boys on the team, over half of them competed in two or more events. The Seahawk track team was led by Chris Han- son, Floyd Wilson, and Bob Taylor. Putting forth its best effort against Norfolk Catholic, the team lost by seven points. Constant bad weather hampered practicing, and therefore only three meets were able to be scheduled. The l966 varsity track team should get off to a good start with nine of sixteen boys return- ing. Among those returning are Floyd Wilson, Bob Taylor, Melvin Mathias, Steve Ervin, Ernie Austin, Bob Nixon, John Evans, Reggie Ryals, and Donald Bradley, 1965 Track Scores Va. Beach. . .42 Oscar Smith . . ... .89 Va. Beach. . .40 Deep Creek ...... .9l Va. Beach. . .62 Norfolk Catholic . . .69 Flynn, S. Ervin, B. Nixon, R. Reed, Bock row: C, Hanson, F. Wilson, B. Taylor, M. Keville, J. Evans, Coach Gregory. lf' H035 Aish ' KJ 'S M-'vrv-M -. . I f'v,g,1-.5 'f . . -5 IJ, M,,e, ..-feifffvf' .:f-,- fi o- . . . . 7"2i1"-..r.g2S'g1if--4!n,32a-1:-.:.a.,'af!rf...1 H "-.-5' Flying through the air with the greatest of ease! 90561965 4 t 'Win ity, U hr gl 11' F Q . Yang. f' Davis., 'Tw x ""-an Viigq lu.f'f W 'I li ,li Kneeling: Scott Thompson, Mike Strickler. Standing: Leslie Watson, Archie McDowell, Barry Evans, Coach Polizos. With its new Group l-A status, the golf team of Virginia Beach High School quickly established themselves as an Eastern District power in l965. Behind a l3-l-l record, second only to Churchland, the Seahawks continued to show their winning form in golf. The team finished 2nd in the district and placed 6th in Va. Beach.. 9M Va. Beach. . l2 Va. Beach. . I2 Va. Beach.. 8 sk Va. Beach.. 8M l Va. Beach.. 9 Va. Beach.. 4M Va. Beach. . lOV2 Va. Beach. . i2 Va. Beach.. 6 Va. Beach.. 9 Va. Beach.. 8 Va. Beach.. 7 -3-w. Kecoughtan . .ZM Suffolk ..... O Warwick .... O Kellam ..... 3 Churchland . JM York ....... l W Norview .... O Craddock . . .6 Wilson ..... 3 Granby ..... 4 Hampton .... 5 a tough field of 60 teams in the State Tourna- ment. State Jaycee Champion Archie McDow- ell and the '64 Group ll medalist Leslie Watson led a strong team composed of senior Barry Evans, Lane Agee, Mike Flynn, Mike Strickler, and Scott Thompson. Mr. Polizos piloted the outstanding season. -s-11 . A. ...... 4 ox ........ 3 V2 -- .?...g. -- ...--, ennzlv 1965 L. to R.: Donnie Johnson, Greg Cayce, Coach Coulthard, Jimmy Maher, Mike Beavers, Billy Doubt. The l965 tennis team produced one of the best seasons in Seahawk net history, while competing in Group I for the first time. Nor- folk tennis powers, Maury and Granby, were the only opponents the Seahawks were unable to defeat. Lettermen Bill Doubt and senior Donnie Johnson, the No. l and No. 2 men re- spectively, combined 23 wins against only 4 losses in singles and doubles to pace the team. Va. Beach.8 Va. Beach.7 Va. Beach.l Va. Beach.l Va. Beach.9 Va. Beach.7 Va. Beach.4 Va. Beach.7 ' E. 4,- A v, f . h m 5 1 ' f . - 1, -5:-tr, The Seahawks, coached by Bob Coulthard, filled 8 out of 9 possible entries in the new Eastern District tournament. The No. l and No. 2 doubles teams and singles players Bill Doubt, Donnie Johnson, Chuck Moorer, Jimmy Maher, Ward Wood, and Mike Beavers were all seeded in the tournament, which was held at the College of William and Mary. Great Bridge .l Cox ........ l Granby ..... 8 Maury ...... 8 Kellam ..... O P.A.......2 P.A.......5 Cox.......2 5 This page sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cayce. J asedaf Front row: L. Whitehurst, V. Loscialo, R. McGinnis, J. W. Robertson, T, Rice, T. Fanney, J. Potter. Back row: Batcheler, M. Wylie, J. Cross. Second row: B. Gregory, D. Winz, Coach Byrd, B. Lomax. W. Stillman, J. Wolfe, J. Ortt, G. McFarland. Third row: J' A rf- L- -it. , if . . 0 , g, , ., ...r .. . ,' ...- Ortt gets set. LJZA14' " 3'.- ng.- l4O Playing its first season in the Eastern Dis- trict, the Seahawk varsity baseball team man- aged to register two wins against their rugged Competition. The reliable pitching arm of Max Wylie, one of the best this school has seen, and the timely hitting of Jimmy Cross, helped the Seahawks to win over Bayside and Granby. Heavily outmanned by such schools as Maury, Norview, and Granby, the Virginia Beach High School baseball team never gave up any of its spirit or pride. Losing five starters by gradu- ation, this year's team will be built around returnees John Ortt, Rip McGinnis, John Wolfe, Vinny Loscialo, Gary McFarland, Wins- low Stillman, Larry Whitehurst, Bobby Gregory, and Wayne Robertson. -. Y - Aer, , , -A A, -,.,....i, .L Q7 U 930.5-Q5af i liiif kid Front row, L to R: R. Black, S. Townsend, J. Simpson, E. Blair, M. Waller, J. Johnson. 2nd row: R. Bishop, D. Ash, B. Matthews, B. Hines, J. Bauman. 3rd row: P. Martin, The junior varsity baseball team took giant steps in their initial year. While winning the opener and losing six games by 2 runs or less, the boys gained valuable experience. Coached by Mr. Shackelford, the baby Seahawks dis- played plenty of spirit. Buddy Matthews led 'I965 Scores Kellam ........ 2 Norfolk Catholic . 7 Va. Beach.9 Va. Beach.6 Va. Beach.O Princess Anne 2 Va. Beach.2 Norfolk Catholic .l2 Va. Beach.4 Kellam ........ 6 1444" Va. Beach.O Princess Anne 2 Va. Beach.O Kempsville ..... l4 Va. Beach.5 Norfolk Academy. 6 Va. Beach.2 Kempsville ..... 4 -'W-1 -- .-. Vw J. Strohkorb, M. Gregory, D. Entsminger. Bock row: M. Rogan, P. Moore, S. Hendrix, Coach Shackelford, W. Rice. the club in most hitting departments, while Roberto Black was the mainstay of the pitch- ing staff. With several eighth and ninth grad- ers returning, the l966 season should bring more success. Seahawk Batter Up! ,Z gfzbfkon JYQZ' I I l .- - ., ,,,.-4. v-Y , 1, ,' ,-y1.i,,.-, 1--. v v . . . V , -.rf , 4 V i X .., 4- . . . .- . .M ., . . ', ."c' - . "' 'lst Row I. to r.: B. Warreing, G. McFarland, J. Simpson, J. Sidel, O. Moore, T. Burton, B. Gilliam, J. Johnson, A Knox, 2nd Row: T. Watts, B. Ottinger, C. Fanney, T. Amundson, J. Boone, J. Grimstead, E. Deaversg 3rd Row: G. Esposito, L. Walker, B. Snowden, M. Dennis, B. Moore The baby Seahawks of l965 provided plenty of action on the football field in addition to a fine winning season. In- cluded in their 3-2-l record were impres- sive wins over Norfolk Catholic, Norfolk Academy, and Suffolk. After leading rival Cox 6-O, the J.V.s were upset in the final 45 seconds of play, 12-6. With many experienced boys returning, Coach Keeffe expects continued winning seasons for the J.V. Seahawks. V.B. .... l8 Norfolk Catholic .. O V.B. .... 25 Norfolk Academy . . 6 V.B. .... 6 Cox ............. l2 V.B. .... 6 Kellam . . . l2 V.B. .... 33 Suffolk .... . . O V.B. .... l2 Kempsville . . . . l2 1 ' ' I . , 1 ' 1' I .A . T. ' e A . b , 3 r . 5 v , , i .- - J. , If ' : - V. ..- f ' 2- - 4. 5 , --.r.i, r-H-Q.. 4th Row: S. Hendrix, P. Yates, C. Shelton, P. Armsworthy, S. Townsend, R. Adams, 5th Row: Coach Coulthard, P. Moore, B. Wright, J. Wolfe, J. Chaplin, I. Spector, J. Morgan, Head Coach Keeffe. Help from bench inspires winning play on the field. Zag Sayers rap fzofofzes wl J Csxyjx l F Eixiuini , 43 Kneeling: D. Fauber, J. Milner, T. Laney. Standing: Coach Keeffe, B. Sidwell, J. Wolfe, J. Grimstead, E. Blair, B. Lawlor, '7'--... John shows JV. form and experience R. Armsworthy, C. Graves. The J. V. basketball team tasted the fruits of vic- tory for the first time against Eastern District com- petition in l966. Ending a 23 game losing streak with an exciting 4l-40 victory over Deep Creek, the baby cagers continued to roll with a 73-70 win over Kellam and several close games. P Af Ronnie trys for valuable J.V. points. Oops! Wrong basket. l -E i cznzbr GIQSIQ 9914 eaogrs Kneeling: Connie Jones, Becky McCoy-Captain, Debbie Tillettg Standing: Randall Malbon, Patti Garvin, Bonnie Peebles, Candy Casey, Jane Danforthg Back row: Petie Snider. Will he make it? - - , The J. V. Cheerleaders cheer their team on to victory. Sponsored by the Tiki Restaurant , 1 1 ....1....., Crjzyfff QJUOQ 20.954641 . 5 1 v N 1 Front Row: D. Dillon, T. English, K. Staton, D. Goldscher T Smith P Arms orthy Bock Row: Coach Smith, C. Wall, T. Burton, I. Specter, C Fanney D Winecoff The '66 Eighth Grade Basketball Team showed its great strength at the start of the season by romping over its first three oppo- nents. A heartbreaking loss to Cradock came in the fourth game after going five overtimes. Led by Staton's shooting and Armsworthy's rebounding the Eighth Graders squeaked one out over Kempsville Junior High, and then scored impressive victories over Carolton Oaks and Cradock. RESULTS V. B. ...... 41 Norfolk Christian . . . 8 V. B. ...... 46 Carolton Oaks ..... 26 V. B. ...... 45 Deep Creek ........ 31 V. B. ...... 32 Cradock .... .... 3 9 V. B. ...... 42 KempsviI1e ..... . . .41 V. B. ...... 53 Carolton Oaks ...... 20 V. 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"WouIdn't it be lovely? ,pf I 43'-" 61' T bitgbqv Y -'y . , Q , ' 7 Q 'M ix! 0 . K Q 'L ,- . 2' Q 3' J 'S y-7 'if f' ' T 'H K :J J n ag I. 6 s L 6 . V .4 - F14 'P I ri" 1 :Q ' V A ei -H,fg'r:, X iii if 13 J 3 L fl- . . Lf' Our foir Iody. 151 Qfn OQJGCQJJ J eczcfgow C7 ffez20Q12fs Eighth grade attendants Rita Sutherland, Joy Evans , 'ssh idfllq v ,ff 1 A! , " ,-f. y . L ' 1 l y ' ,rf E176 Ninth grade attendants Tenth grade attendants Skippy McNeal, Kris Kennedy Pot Jones, Petie Snider ' .-,.!!.-t A 9 Eleventh grade attendants Sandy Murden, Pam Fuller DIZ , ,NMNTS 0 zyffs 5729 Zeacfgow ' ws? .I . 4, W The Class of l966 wins first place. The band gives a stirring performance at halftime. Mrs. Jeter is escorted by Mr. Cox and Mr. Mounie Coach Breedlove ties another game and wins the ball. Q ,rs QI.,-I f"'-7 if fa 6 im? 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Longwood, Guidance Counselor. MRS. JULIE THOMPSON-B.S. Kent State, Health, Physical Education, Sponsor-Eighth Grade Class 84 Cheerleaders. MRS. SUZANNE H. THOMPSON-B.S. Wake Forest, General Science 8. MRS. MARY JANE TURNER-B.A. Goucher, Chemistry, General Science 9, V.E.A. Repre- sentative. MRS. JEANNINE C. VENUTO- B.A. Univer- sity of Georgia, English I2. K. DALLAS WADE-B.S. Concord College, D.E., Sponsor-D.E. Club. PHILIP WAYNE WILLIAMS-B.S. Atlantic Christian College, Math 8 84 9. MARY T. WORTHINGTON-B.A. University of North Carolina, English. enzar AGEE, LEONARD LANE - J.V. Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Golf 4, 5. ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM PINNER - Chorus I, Literary Club 4, 5. ARTHUR, THOMAS EUGENE - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. AUSTIN, ERNEST CARLTON - Baseball I, 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Monogram Club 4, 5, D.E. Club 5. BAILEY, SUSAN WINIFRED - Band 2, 3, 4, Ars Medica Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 5, G.A.A.A. 5. BEASLEY, ROSALIE VIVIAN - Concert and Marching Band 2, 3, 4, 5, Officer 5, Helmer Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Ars Medica 3, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5. BELL, PEGGY JEAN - Y-Teens I, G.A.A.A. 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, S.C.A. 3. BLAKELY, SUSAN DIANE - S.C.A. I, Cheer- leader I, Prom Queen I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 5, Home- room V.P. 2, Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 3, Surf Queen Attendant 3, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, Y- Teens 5, Art Club 5. BOGUESS, SHEILA MARIE - May Day Dance Attendant I, F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, S.C.A. 3, Latin Club 2, 4. BOVARD, ELIZABETH ANN - Chorus I, Sec. I, Homeroom Treas. I, Homeroom Manager 2, G.A.A.A. 2, 4, Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 3, Y-Teens 4. BRADSHAW, VALERIE DIANE - Pep Club 2. BRANCH, JOAN ELLEN - Y-Teens 4, 5. BRENNAN, SUSAN CONWAY - Y-Teens I, 2, Chaplain I, V.P. 2, Homeroom V.P. 2, J.V. Cheerleader 3, Captain 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, V.P. 4, G.A.A.A. 3, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Home- room Sec.-Treas. 3, Homeroom V.P. 4, Annual Staff 4, 5, Activities Editor 4, Associate Editor 5, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 4, Girls' State 4, Varsity Cheerleader 5. BRETT, ROBERT PAUL - Basketball 2, Foot- ball 2, Teen Club 4, V.P. 4, Homeroom Pres. 4, Basketball 4, Varsity Football 5. csfafzlvfzas BROGAN, RITA JACQUELINE - Talent Show Committee 4, Thespians 5, Debate Club 5. BROOKS, BRYAN STUART - Band I, Audio- Visual Club 4, V.P. 4, Senior Play 4, Talent Show Committee 4, Newspaper Staff 5, Pho- tographer 5. BURMOCK, LINDA JANE - Homeroom Pres. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5, N.H.S. 5. CARPENTER, ELIZAIBETH - Class Pres. I, Newspaper Staff I, Homeroom Pres. 3, Y- Teens 3, 4, 5, l.C.C. Representative 5, G.A.A.A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Historian-Reporter 5, Ars Medica 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Literary Club 5. CAYCE, GREGORY JACKSON - Tennis 4, 5, Annual Staff 4, 5, Business Manager 5, Home- room Pres. 4, 5, Beach Bowl Committee 4, Mum Sale Chairman 4. CHAPLAIN, LINDA GAIL - G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 4, Homecoming At- tendant 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Homecoming Queen 5. CHAPLAIN, RUSSELL WILSON -- J.V. Foot- ball I, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4. CHASE, JOAN MARIE - G.A.A.A. 1, 2. CLARK, JAMES GRUMAN - Band I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, 5, Superlative 5. COFFMAN, MARY STUART - Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Literary Club 5. CORDER, CAROL ANN - F.T.A. 3, Y-Teens 4, 5, Helmer Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5. CORNETT, LINDA ANN -- Spelling Champion I, F.H.A. 4, D.E. Club 5. DAVIES, DAVID JOHN - Band Club I. DAVIS, CHARLES KING - Basketball I, Beach Bowl Committee 3, 4. DE LEON, LINDA JULIANA -- Helmer Tri- Hi-Y 3, J.V. Cheerleader 3, Senior Day Com- mittee 3, N.H.S. 4, 5, Student Advisor on Teen-Parent Guide 4, Varsity Cheerleader 4, 5, Captain 5, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 4, Mil- ler and Rhoads Student Exchange Forum 4, Annual Staff 4, 5, Class Editor 4, Senior Editor 9121614 Qsfabkfzcs 5, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, Secretary 4, 5, French I Award 4, l.C.C. 5, S.C.A. 5, Superlative 5. DE WITT, WEBB PETER - Homeroom Pres. 2, 3, 4, Interact Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Sec. 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, V.P. 5, Beach Bowl Chairman 5, Super- lative 5, l.C.C. 5. DILLION, RICHARD SAUNDERS - Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Officer 3, Homecoming Committee 2, J.V. Basketball Manager 3, Superlative 5. DIORIETES, CHRIS JOHN - Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Officer 3, 4, 5, Assistant Student Director 5, J.V. Football 3, Wrestling 3, Literary Club 5, l.C.C. 5. DOLGINS, GARY HOWARD - Basketball I, Beach Bowl Committee 4, Talent Show Chair- man 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Chairman 4, Grand Mar- shal of Homecoming Parade 5, Superlative 5. DOWNING, JOAN LILLIAN - Surf Queen Committee I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Beach Bowl Committee 2, 3, Senior Day Committee 3, Y- Teens 4, Axrt Club 5, Literary Club 5, Priv- ilege Committee, Commencement Committee, Play Committee 5. ENTSMINGER, LEE DALLAS - Homeroom V.P. I, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, 5, Mono- gram Club 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5, Interact Club 3, 4, 5, Director 3, Pres. 4, Audio-Visual Club 4, Newspaper Staff 5. ENTWISLE, OLIVE ADAIR - Marching Band 2, 3, 4, 5, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, 5, Officer 2, 4, Jr. Science Club 3, Sr. Science Club 4, News- paper Staff 4, Toastmasters Club 4. ERVIN, STEPHEN COLLINS - Basketball I, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, 5, Sen- ior Day Committee 3, J.V. Basketball 3, N.H.S. 4 5' Annual Staff 4, 5, Sports Editor 5, Var- sity ,Basketball 4, 5, Jr. Civitan Club -4, 5, Monogram Club 4, 5, Superlative 5. EWING, CLAIRE ELIZABETH - Chess Club 4, G.A.A.A. 5, Chorus 5, Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 5. FELTON, BARNHILL JAMES - Basketball I, Varsity Football 3, Art Club 5. FOX, GAYANNE HARRIET - Marching Con- cert Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Ars Medica 4, 5, V.P. 5, Tri-Hi-Y 5. FOX, LAIJRIE CAMERON - F.T.A 3, 4, 5, Hel- mer Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5, Lt. Gov. 5, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, Treas. 4, 5, S.C.A. 4, 5, Class Treas. 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, Girls State 4, Annual Staff 4, 5, Editor 5, l.C.C. 5, Superlative 5. FRUIN, SHERRON LOUISE - N.Y. Teachers Association Mathematics Award I, Gamma Y-Teens 2, Pep Club 2, Swimming Team 2, Y-Teens 3, 'N.H.S. 4, 5, Pres. 5, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, V.P. 4, 5, Tidewater Scholastic Team 4, 5, l.C.C. 5, Superlative 5. FURNISS, DIANA LIJCILLE - Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Beach Bowl Committee 4, Girls' State Alternate 4, Annual Staff 4, 5, Circula- tion Manager 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Literary Club 5, Homeroom Pres. 5, Jr. Civitan Club 5. GARRENTON, JOHN NEEDHAM - Concert and Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 4, 5. GORANSON, KRISTIN - Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 5, Annual Staff 5, Art Club 5. GREGORY, ROBERT EDWARD -- Basketball I, Wrestling 2, 4, Interact Club 4, Baseball 4, N.H.S. 5. GRIFFIN, SHARON - Volleyball I, Chorus I, Training Union I, 2, 3, Pres. I, V.P. 2, Sec. 5, F.H.A. 2, Sec. 2, Newspaper Staff 3, Y- Teens 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 5, Art Club 5. GROSSKRELJTZ, FREDERICK ALBERT - Su- perlative 5. GUIZZETTI, RAYMOND WILLIAM - Ars Medica Club 3, Art Club 5. HARRIS, VANCE MARTIN - Basketball I, Homeroom Pres. I. HARSCHUTZ, PERRY KATHERINE - Surf Queen Committee 2, 3, 4, Surf Queen Attend- ant 2, Tidewater Scholastic Team 2, Ars Med- ica Club 3, 4, 5, Sec.-Treas. 5, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Beach Bowl Committee 3, 4, 5, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Treas. 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, Sec. 5, Varsity Cheerleader 5, Annual Staff 5, Fea- ture Editor 5, Superlative 5. enzbr HARTQUIST, HOLLY ELENA - J.V. Volley- ball I, 2, Intramural Track I, 2, Varsity Vol- leyball 3, 4, Track Team 3, 4, Varsity Basket- ball 3. HEFLIN, JAMES EDWARD - Marching and Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Track I, 2, 3, Pep Band I, 2, 3, Model Rod and Custom Club l, 2, 3, Dance Band 3, Stage Band 3, 4. HENDRIX, CHRISTINE HELEN - Chorus I, F.H.A. 2, 4, 5, Pres. 4, Va. Beach and Chesa- peake Pres. 5, I.C.C. 4, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, F.T.A. 4, 5. HILTON, SANDRA JANE - 4-H Club I, Soft- ball Team I, 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, N.H.S. 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Newspaper Staff 5. HILTON, SUSAN ALICE - F.H.A. 2, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Newspaper Staff 4, 5. HINES, JANET KAY - F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treas. 4, V.P. 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5. HINES, JANICE FAY - F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Treas. 3, Sec. 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, D.E. Club 5. HITCHLER, MICHAEL JOHN - N.H.S. 4, 5, Varsity Football 5. HOARTY, DORINDA LEE - Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Sec. 4, V.P. 5, Y-Teens 4, 5, Sec. 5, Liter- ary Club 5. HOEL, CRAIG MICHAEL - Track 3, Varsity Wrestling 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, Homeroom Pres. 5. HOGGARD, JAMES RAYMOND - J.V. Basket- ball Manager 2, Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 2. HOLLOMAN, ANITA MARIE - Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cheerleader I, Dramatics 4. HOPE, FRANK HAL - J.V. Football 2, 3, Var- sity Football 3, D.E. Club 4, 5. HUGHES, TERESA MARNETTE - Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Officer 4, Student Director 5, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Sec. 3, N.H.S. 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5, Chaplain 5, Superlative 5. JACKSON, MARY LEE - Homeroom Sec. I, 5, F.H.A. 2, V.P. 2, Library Club 2, V.P. 2, Homeroom V.P. 4, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Superlative 5. csfafzlsfzcas JAMES, WILLIAM EARL - D.E. Club 5. JARD, MARJORIE HELEN - Homeroom V.P. I, Chorus I, 2, Homeroom Pres. 2, 3, 5, S.C.A. 4, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Chaplain 4, Corr. Sec. 5, Surf Queen Attendant 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5, F.T.A. 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Superlative 5. JONES, SHIRLEY ANNE - Y-Teens I, 4, 5, Pres. 5, Class Sec. 3, 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Tri- Hi-Y 4, 5, F.T.A. 4, 5, I.C.C. 5, Superlative 5. KELLAM, MARY Jo'- Class V.P. 1, 2, Surf Queen Attendant I, Beach Bowl Committee 2, Homecoming Attendant 3, 4, 5, S.C.A 3, 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, Pres. 4, 5, Jr. Civiton Club 4, 5, All-State Chorus 4, Varsity Cheer- leader 4, 5, Homeroom Pres. 4, Standing Com- mittee Chairman 5, I.C.C. 4, 5, Superlative 5. KILLEN ALICE SPESSARD - Homeroom Treas. I, Class Treas. 2, Annual Staff 5, Ac- tivities Editor 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 5, Thespians 5, Treas. 5, History Club 5, Pres. 5, I.C.C. 5, Superlative 5. KING, WINNIFRED GERTRUDE - F.T.A. 2, 3, G.A.A.A. 4. LASSITER, CHERRY JOANNE - Y-Teens I, 2, Chaplain 2, Helmer Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Home- room Pres. 4. LAWLER, LOREN KINDER - Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Pres. 5, F.T.A. 3, 4, 5, Treas. 4, Sec. 5, Ars Medica Club 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Class Treas. 5, I.C.C. 5. LEIGH, LETITIA - G.A.A.A. 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 4, 5, Beach Bowl Committee 4, 5, Art Club 5, Literary Club 5. LITTLETON, LINDA FAY - F.H.A. 2, Chorus 3, 4. MADDUX, JOHN BONNER - Varsity Foot- ball Manager 2, J.V. Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Varsity Track 4, Art Club 5. MATHIAS, GRADY JAMES - Beach Bowl Committee I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Surf Queen Committee I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Concert Band I, 3, 4, Marching Bond 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,'pfum Major 4, Audio- Visual Club I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Interact Club 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Ars enfor Medica Club 4, 5, Chemistry Award 4, Boys' State 4, Art Club 5, Drama Club 5, Literary Club 5, Standing Committee Chairman 5. MATHIAS, MELVIN ROE, JR. - J.V. Foot- ball I, 2, Class Treas. I, Varsity Football 3, 5, Homeroom Treas. 3, Varsity Track 4, Home- room V.P. 4, Superlative 5. MATHIAS, WALLER THOMAS - Band I, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual Club I, 3, 4, 5, Interact Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 3, 4, 5, Sec.- Treas. 4, Pres. 5, Homeroom Pres. 3, Chemis- try Award 4, Newspaper Staff 4, N.H.S. 4, 5, I.C.C. 5, Standing Committee Chairman 5. McDOWELL, ARCHIBALD McKAY - Golf 2, 3, 4, 5, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5, J.V. Bas- ketball 2, 3, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Varsity Basketball 4, 5, Superlative 5. MCGINNIS, RONALD JAMES - Homeroom Pres. I, J.V. Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basket- ball 4, 5, Monogram Club 4, 5, Interact Club 4, 5, Varsity Baseball 4, 5, Varsity Football 5, Superlative 5. McNICHOLAS, BRIAN RICHARD -J.V. Foot- ball 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Varsity Foot- ball 3, Baseball Manager 3, D.E. Club 4, 5. MEADOR, LOIS ANN - N.L.S. I, Majorette 2, Historian Society 2, Chorus 3, French Medal 3, Y-Teens 5. MEREDITH, CATHERINE DEBORAH-Chorus I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Surf Queen Committee 4, Beach Bowl Committee 4, 5, Y-Teens 5, Thespians 5. MICHAELS, IRENE EMILY - Homeroom Pres. I, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, Chaplain and Sgt.-at-Arms 4, 5. MILLER, BARTON RICHARD - Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5. MISKIMON, MOLLY MARTYN - Pep Club I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens 2, 3, 5' MOSGROVE, LISBETH SHARON - Jr. Glee Club 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, French Club 3, Safety Patrol 4. MUNDY, JAMES STEPHEN-Baseball I, 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, FOOTIJOII 3, 4- cgfafzlsfzas MURDEN, BRENDA KAYE - Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Band 2, 3, Majorette 2, 3, D.E. Club 5. NAGLE, MARK IRA - Band I. NAPIER, JAMES HAROLD - Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Homeroom Treas. I. NEWTON, JAMES WILLIAM - Homeroom V.P. I, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5, Varsity Football 5. NIXON, ROBERT TRAFTON - J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 4, 5, Track 4, D.E. Club 4. NODEN, JAMES THOMAS - Homeroom Pres. I, J.V. Football I, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4. ORTT, JOHN ROMAN - Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5, Class Treas. 3, Tidewater Scholastic Team 3, Interact Club 3, 4, 5, Sec. 3, N.H.S. 4, 5, Class Pres. 4, Monogram Club 4, 5, S.C.A. Pres. 5, Superlative 5. PARKER, LINDA RICKS - Y-Teens 3, D.E. Club 4, 5, Pres. 5, Chorus 5. PEEBLES, ROBERT R., JR. - Student Im- provement Committee I, Student Court I, S.C.A. 2, 5, Standing Committee Chairman 5, Varsity Football 4, Interact Club 4, 5, Literary Club 5. PHILLIPS, JEAN COX - Y-Teens l, 2, Tri- Hi-Y 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5. PULLEY, RAGAN BRADSHAW, JR. - Class Pres. I, 2, 3, 5, Interact Club I, 2, 3, 4, 5, J.V. Football 2, Tidewater Scholastic Team 2, 3, 4, 5, N.H.S. 4, 5, Treas. 5, S.C.A. V.P. 4, Varsity Football 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, Superla- tive 5. RAMEY, ROY EARL, JR. - J.V. Football I. RITTER, KONETTE - Y-Teens I, 2, 3, An- nual Staff 4. , ROBERTSON, DENNIS WAYNE - Science Club I, Glee Club I, Varsity Baseball 4, Varsity Basketball 5. ROMANO, JOHN STEPHAN - J.V. Football I, 2, Captain 2, Basketball I, Track 2, 3, Var- sity Football 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, Varsity Wrestling 3, 4, 5, Monogram Club 4, 5, Su- perlative 5. I73 QDIOI' RUTLEDGE, CYNTHIA LOUISE .- scholastic Team 2, N.H.S. 3, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 3. SAWYER, LANCE WELLS - Baseball I, Shop Club I, Library Club I, Homeroom Treas. I, Intramural Football I, J.V. Football 2, Wrest- ling 2, Varsity Football 3, Surf Queen Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, Beach Bowl Committee 3, 4, 5, Talent Show M.C. 5, Senior Play 5, Superlative 5. SCARBOROUGH, BOYD - Basketball I, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, 5, Homeroom Pres. 4, Monogram Club 4, 5, Jr. Civitan Club 4, 5. SCHOBESBERGER, GUNTER - Chess Club 5, Pres 5, Homeroom Pres. 5, I.C.C. 5, Superl- ative 5. SHARP, KATHY JO - F.T.A. I, History Club 3, Pep Club 3, Literary Club 3. SIMPSON, ANN BAIRD - Chorus 2, Home- room Pres. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5, Ars Medica Club 4, 5, Sec. 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5. SKREBA, LEONARD THOMAS, JR. - Soccer I, 2, 3, Chess Club 2. SMITH, BETTY ANN - Y-Teens 4, 5, D.E. Club 5. SMITH, CATHERINE ANN - D.E. Club 5. SOFFEE, IRIS VIRGINIA - Y-Teens 2, G.A.A.A. 3, 4, 5, Homeroom Sec. 4, Chorus 5. SPARKS, NANCY ELLEN - Homeroom Treas. I, Chorus I, 2, 4, 5, Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Class V.P. 3, 5, Beach Bowl Com- mittee 3, N.H.S. 4, 5, Literary Club 5, C1.A.A.A. 5, Committee Chairman 5, Superl- ative 5. STORMONT, SARAH MADELINE - Home- room Sec. I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 3, 4, 5, Helmer Tri-Hi-Y 3, Homeroom V.P. 3, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Girls' State 4, Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee 4, Beach Bowl Commit- tee 5, Literary Club 5, Drama Club 5, Pres. 5, Hockey 5, Superlative 5. SULLIVAN, MICHAELE - Chorus I, 2, French Club 2, Basketball 2, Hockey 2, 4, G.A.A.A. 3. cgfafzlsfzos I74 TAYLOR, ROBERT EMERSON -- Track 3, 4, 5, Varsity Football 4. THOMPSON, SCOTT HOWLE - Golf 2, 3, 4, 5, Science Club 5, Pres. 5, l.C.C. 5,lN.H.S. 5, Interact Club 5, Ars Medica Club 5, Play Com- mittee 5, Commencement Committee 5. TILLETT, KAREN LEIGH - F.H.A. 2, D.E. Club 5. TODD, CAROLYN ANN - Surf Queen Attend- ant I, 2, Class Sec. 2, Beach Bowl Attendant 3. TODD, KENNETH JOHN - J.V. Football 2, Homeroom V.P. 3, Varsity Football 4, 5, ln- teract Club 4, 5, Homeroom Pres. 5. TOLSON, LINDA DIANE - Chorus 5, D.E. Club 5. TROUTMAN, RAYMOND ALEXANDER, JR. - J. V. Basketball I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Varsity VVrestling 3, 4, 5, Track 3, Monogram Club 4, 5, Varsity Football 4, S.C.A. Treas. 5. VAUGHAN, JOSHUA PENNINGTON - Bas- ketball I, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 5. VOLIVA, JANET LOUISE - Y-Teens I, Chorus 3, 4, D.E. Club 5. WALKER, SUSAN LEE - Pep Club I, Y- Teens 2, Chorus 3, 4, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, Surf Queen Committee 3, 4, Beach Bowl Com- mittee 4, D.E. Club 5. WATERFIELD, VIVIAN CHRISTINE - Y- Teens 4, 5, Tri-Hi-Y 5. WETMORE, MARY LEE - Class Sec.-Treas. I, Superlative 5. WHESDOS, PAUL TERRY - J.V. Football I, 2, Intramural Track I, Basketball 2, Home- room Sec.-Treas. 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Homeroom Treas. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 4, Varsity Track 5. WHITE, LINDA ELIZABETH - Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, D.E. Club 5. WHITEHURST, JERRY CURTIS - J.V. Foot- ball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, 5, Varsity Wrest- ling 4, 5, Monogram Club. 9121514 cgfafzlvfzczs WHITEHURST, LARRY SWANSON -- Base- ball I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5. WILKINSON, SANDRA LEE - Homeroom Sec. I, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens 4, 5. WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN RAY - Basketball I, Homeroom V.P. I, J.V. Basketball 2, 3, J.V. Football 2, 3, Music Club 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, 5, Monogram Club 4, 5, Track 4, Varsity Basketball 5, D.E. Club 5, Reporter and His- torian 5. WILLIAMS, TRLJDY ANN - Beach Bowl At- tendant I, 5, Homeroom Pres. 2, 3, 4, Surf Queen Attendant 2, 4, J.V. Cheerleader 3, Jr. Civitan Club 3, 4, 5, Sec. 5, Chorus 3, Var- sity Cheerleader 4, 5, G.A.A.A. 4, 5, F.T.A. 4, 5, Newspaper Staff 4, 5, Feature Editor 4, Editor 5, Basketball 4, 5, Hockey 5, Captain 5, Superlative 5. WILLIS, SUZANNE ELIZABETH - N.H.S. 5. WILSON, FLOYD PAUL, JR. -Track I, 2, 3, 4, 5, J.V. Basketball I, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, 5, Captain 4, 5, Monogram Club 3, 4, 5, V.P. 5. 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Strickland, Manager BROTHERS AUTO SERVIC STORAGE - REPAIRS MOTOR TUNE-UP Atlantic 81 23rd Street We Do Wheel Balancing And Wheel, Alignment E. RAY HOWELL OPTICIAN 974 Laskin Road Virginia Beach, Virginia Phone GA 8-3206 Thank You For Shopping at ' ' iff sq L., f 1'4" Bi-f 9 FAsi-iioris Fora THE rAMii.Y Pflncess Anne PIGIG Also Downtown Norfolk Janat and Wards Corner THE HOT HEAD THINGS UNLIMITED Owned and Operated by and for THE FRIENDS SCHOOL New, Used, and Unusual lterns Clothing, Furniture, Housewares, Etc. Rentals: Roll-away Beds, Strollers, Cribs Donations and Consignment Articles Welcomed 212 'l8th Street Virginia Beach Phone GA 8-7841 Compliments of the VIRGINIA BEACH COTILLION 9 REXALL PHARMACY 17th and Atlantic Avenue Virginia Beach, Virginia Phone GA 8-1211 ERNIE'S LOCKSMITH SERVICE 224 Va. Beach Boulevard Custom Venetian Blinds Venetian Blind Repairs Phone 428-3171 FRANK R. FORD CO. 3301 Atlantic Avenue 229 Granby Street Jewelers and Silversmiths Diamonds Our Specialty Telephone MA 2-5345 Sa les-Service Television Rentals Q Auto Radio Repairs X i' ,N ATLANTIC T.V. 81 APPLIANCES Phone GA 8-5772 2802 Atlantic Avenue Virginia Beach, Virginia On The Ocean at 32nd Street LUXIJRIOIJS OCEAN RANCH MOTEL LARGE HEATED OCEANFRONT POOL Phone 428-7233 CUSTOM SURFBOARDS .,,,.um-n-in :n...,.,, .f figs 'Mk' , Iva.-r" ' . TOM BRAITHWAITE'S TEXACO SERVICE 24th 8- Atlantic Ave. Virginia Beach, Va. 'v .M ANS cfwfc A' VA. BEACH HARDWARE 17th and Baltic Avenue Siiilli tlflllim Four Convenient Locations o Virginia Beach 0 Downtown Norfolk o Wards Corner o Portsmouth, Midcity T. CHARLlE'S BARBER SHOP E. RITTER CORP. 8 AM. - 6 P.M. 2302 Atlantic Avenue Concrete Paving COI1fl'OCfOl'S Wainwright Building Q ROSE'S 5-'I 0-25c STORES Norfolk, Virginia YOUR SHOPPING CENTER i 1904 Atlantic Avenue 309 3lst Street ' A I l r I 1 6' IJ" . ,Thi , B ee , , . " , Aff ff., - , N-V T -r1 f Jimmy and Tommy Mathias Melvin Mathias PHOTOGRAPHS BY BOICE STUDIO 209 25th Street Virginia Beach, Virginia Photographing the People and Events for 25 years on Virginia Beach l7B PW'w ww , w UlJ'uJjJL0ijA'ivA Wf5MffRf35?fQ,ka5L,fg3fff5y fimiiwswxfw M QW A W gjfgghggf 305. gf, , . J ggi Syyq?ig4 THE CLASS OF MMHE CULUMBIAN PEANUT CUMPANY WAINWRIGH WALSH FURNITURE, mc. FEYJlgF?A'Cl?ASfGg?8l LOAN ASSOCIATION Monthly Payrnent Home Loans Insured Savings 435 J nc Eeczn Blvo f tn: Eeccn, Vrrginio 210 25th 428-931 I Hgllcnnf: :N T SURF SHOP THE SANDMAN MOTEL Quality Custorri Surfboards 8. Accessories 521 Loskin Road Sxifg T'Jff4S 224 22n: Street 'f.'2'.Ci KST' .Urgr-,Q Eegjr. Vg E 'Cf' Rfzne 4236513 5233 Af NlCK'S RESTAURANT SEASIDE MARKET GA 5-9313 3208 Atlontic Avenue 2'2-2Er: Sveet RJ rgm C Eecml Vkgimc Vtrginio Beach, Virginia We Deitver Nick Asferas, PrOp U MARGARET EVERETTE HICKS, Owner 81 Director Over o Quorter of o Century Teaching Experience TELEPHONE MA 7-2622 C13 434-436 Boush Street s, af ., Q ? , NORFOLK, VIRGINIA . 1 5 'Q A73 H S Qik 3 'QQ ' ,, -, o X, 4 5 ,J if 435511 W dead Ze NN X "'Qugn,-mmm Xi 18X PATHUNS A Friend ' Captain and Mrs. William J. McVey 3lst Street Cleaners Cw"fL Z4 Wy x f . 4. x 4 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McChesney Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Tayloe Mrs. W. H. Lyons, Sr. Mr. Frank Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harford Mr. and Mrs Richard Hitchler Mr. and Mrs Ernest E. Ball Mr. and Mrs. George Gilliam, Jr. Major KRet.l and Mrs. M. H. Krueger Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dolgins Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wright 41 ki- CQ,.5'- Y X' 4- CD Captain and Mrs. R. W. Hoel wet' ' H' "fy Rf f" Sy of J-A . if Cf' wi H. tm is ri. 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