Fishburne Military High School - Taps Yearbook (Waynesboro, VA)
- Class of 1974
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1974 volume:
MM GC 975.502 W36T, 1974 TAPS 1974 FISHBURNE MILITARY SCHOOL WAYNESBORO VIRGINIA In our everyday routine, structures are more than buildings or man-made systems. A structure is the re¬ minder that someone started with an ideal in mind and accomplished it. This is that for which every stu¬ dent should strive. Whether it is building a snowman or writing a term paper, it is a structure. It is an ar¬ rangement of different parts to make the whole form. The structures here at school, not only the buildings but the other structures such as the Corps, Clubs, and athletic teams, will never be forgotten. The seniors started with the ideal of finishing high school and have succeeded. They have laid the foundations for the structure of their life. Their teachers have helped them by preparing them for the structures of the future. The underclassmen should be building their founda¬ tions as they strive to complete high school and go out into the world. In closing, our whole life is a struc¬ ture. It started the day we were born, like laying the .first brick, and will be completed when we die. This structure stands always through time. Let us take no¬ tice as to how we have started so that it maybe com¬ pleted creatively. -..V ■ was The dedication of the yearbook is intended to honor a person who has contributed to the school and its stu¬ dents above what is normally required of him. This year we are dedicating this yearbook to a man who has helped this school in many ways. This man is Bob Kerby. Bob is the man everyone knows and without whom many of us might not be here. Ml He has been untiring in his efforts to help us in our ad- H I justments and to solve the problems of our lives. His Wh |S I office has always been open to us for simple dis- I P®1 cussions or important discussions. We, therefore, gL I I would like to express our deep appreciation for Bob ' s • I I loyality and dedication to the school and the concern IS I for the well being and education of each of its students. SENIORS ' Hf ' V _f ▼ WARREN JAY BARRETT " Jay " has had the heavy responsibility as a 1st Lt. S4 Supply Officer of Headquarters Company. Active in sports, he has played four years of varsity football and baseball and one year of wrestling. Other activ¬ ities include two years with the Hudgin ' s Rifles, three years with the Cottillion Club, and one year with the Varsity Club. 9 WILLIAM J. BECK, JR. " Freddy Frog " is Capt. and commander of Head- quarters Company. " J " has lettered on the Rifle Team while gaining two silver medals and a gold medal. Involved two years, he is the commander of Hudgins Rifles. He has in the past years played in football, soccer, and baseball. He is listed in Who ' s Who Among American High School Students, Outstanding Teenagers of America, and Outgoing American High School Students. The Col. E. P. Childs Scholarship and the M.T. Superior Cadet Decoration have both been awared to " J " . 10 DAVID LEE BLAKE “Split " is a 1st Lt. and commander of “A " Com¬ pany. He has worked with the Cottillion Club the past two years and was a member of the Color Guard last year. RICHARD CHARLES CROTTY " Rich " is finishing his second year at Fishburne. He is the leader of 1st platoon " B " Company. With the rank of 1st Lt. He has been on the Rifle Team and the baseball team the past two years. This year he participated on the Individual Drill Team. He has received the Good Conduct Medal, the Academic Wreath for M.T.I, and an Expert Qualification Medal. 12 A. ” • HORACE KEITH DABNEY First Lt. and first platoon leader for Company " A " is " DR. Dab. " Keith has participated in football and basketball. He has been a member of the Honor Council, Color Guard, and the Hudgins Rifles. J JSt ' y - LOWELL BENJAMIN FURMAN, JR. This year the Operations Officer (S3) is Lowell. He has participated on the football, basketball, and tennis teams. He is a member of the Cottillion Club, the Chess Club, and the Karate Club. He received the Military Wreath in M.T.I. He is a native of Boone, North Carolina. u JERRY GRAHAM Jerry ' s personality will be missed around Fishburne after he departs. Jerry is a member of the Color Guard with the rank of Staff Sergeant. For the past two years he has been an active member of the var¬ sity basketball and track teams. He played football this year. 16 IA x m DANA FAUST GUSTAFSON W ' STEVE EDWARD HEATWOLE The 2nd Lt. and leader of second platoon " C " Company is Steve. He has been avaluable member of the varsity football, wrestling, and track squads the last three years while serving this last year as the captain of the football team. He has also been picked as the defensive standout and team repre¬ sentative. Other honors include the E. P. Childs Jr. Scholarship and Who ' s Who in American High Schools 1972. Steve has been on the Honor Council and in the Varsity Club the past two years. 19 CHARLES RICHARD HERRON Rick, a local student, has the rank of Staff Sergeant and the position of platoon sergeant. He has par¬ ticipated on the football and wrestling teams the past two years. Presently he is a member of the Var¬ sity Club. 20 ROBERT FRANKLIN HOOKER Bob, better know as " Bib " to Fairfax Hall, is the Bat¬ talion Operations Sergeant. For the past two years he has been a member of the Hudgin ' s Rifles and this year the Cottillion Club. He received the 72 M. I. T. Academic Wreath and an Expert Qualification Badge this year. WILLIAM TERRY JAMISON III " Hardrock " or " Tip " has achieved the rank of Ma¬ jor and the position of Battilion Commander. Since his Freshman year he has participated in varsity football, wrestling, and baseball (tri-captain his ju¬ nior year). In his three year membership of the Var¬ sity Club he has served as vice-president and presi¬ dent. He has been active in the Cotillion Club, Key Club, and Honor Council (chairman 1973-1974). Tip has been elected as Cadet of the Year and Most Popular Cadet. 22 CABELL CLAY JORDON. JR. Cabell is a 2nd Lt. who is the 2nd platoon leader of Company “A " . He has served as a manager for the swimming and football teams. For four years he has participated in the Chess Club and Hudgins Rifles with Individual Drill his junior and senior years. Ca¬ bell has also participated in baseball, karate, the C. Q. Staff, and the Taps Staff. r 23 PONGPUN KLAIPONGPUN 24 MILTON GREY LEAVELL Completing his second year at fishburne as a senior, Buddy has the rank of Staff Sergeant in Headquar¬ ters Company. He has lettered two years in football and managed Hudgin ' s Rifles one year. 25 NATHANIEL REED LEVIN “Nat " , a 1st. Lt. and commander of " C " Company, 1 lettered in Soccer his junior year and competed with the rifle team this year. He has been a member of the C.Q. Staff, the Chess Club, Drama Club, and the Canasta Club. He is found in Who ' s Who in American High Schools and received the Lead¬ ership award for M.T. and the U.S. History Award. 26 RONALD DEXTER MARSHALL A first year student, Duke, " a P.F.C., has demonst rated support for the school with his efforts on the football, basketball, and baseball teams. I ROBERT HOWINGTON NELSON " General” is a second year student with the rank of 1st. Lt. the position of Adjustant (SI). Last year he received the Outstanding First Year Cadet Award, the Superior Junior Cadet Award, and the Col. E. P. Childs, Jr. Scholarship. He has been a member of the Cotillion Club and baseball team. 28 29 30 JAMES WYNESBERRY RAY " Sweetie " is the Staff Sergeant of 2nd platoon " B " Company. He has participated in basketball (Most Valuable Player) and track (trophy winner) his two years here. He is also a member of the Hudgin ' s Rifles. PATRICK WESLEY REED The Commander of " B " Company with the rank of Capt. is “Mac.” Pat has been on the Rifle Team and the baseball team the past two years and the foot¬ ball team this year. He has also been active in the Cotillion Club. 32 GARY RAY SKIPWITH " Skip " is a private in " A " Company. He was partici¬ pated on the football ( ' 69, 72), soccer (71,72,73), baseball ( ' 69), and gold (72) teams. He has been a member of the Hudgin ' s Rifle (70,71,73), Honor Council ' 71, Color Guard (71,72), the C.Q. Staff 72, and the Taps Staff (71,72). STUART MARMADUKE SPENCE A Sergeant and squad leader, " Duke " is a two year cadet. He was in the Best Company 71-72. If any¬ one needed ten speed repair, Duke was the expert. He is also known as a steady " Hall Hound. " 34 35 CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL STONE The battilion mail clerk, the guidon to Headquarters Company, and a P.F.C. is Chris. He competed with Rifle Team. Although a first year student, Chris has lent his talents and effort in enhancing the school. 36 The leader of 2nd platoon " B " Company is " Sam. " The 1st Lt. has been at Fishburne for two years. He has served as an alternate on the Color Guard. DANIEL ALAN SWIM APICHART VANTANAPHOL " Abbey " is the platoon Sergeant of Company " C. " He was a member of the soccer team last year and a member of the Rifle Team this year. I EDWARD ANDREW WARCZAK “Ed " is the leader of the first platoon Company " C " with the rank of 2nd Lt. He was a member of the Cotillion Club, Rifle Team, and the Chess Club his Freshman year; the football, wrestling, and Drill Team his junior year; and the football, wrestling, and track teams this year. In his junior year he re¬ ceived the Public Speaking Award and the U.S. His¬ tory Award. I This year ' s football team with a record of 1-7-0 chopped up its win against Hargrave Military. The fosses were against V.E.S., Blue Ridge, Tidewater, Randolph Macon, New Castle, Stanton Military and Augusta Military. Although this season was not very successful, the team gained a great deal of experi¬ ence for future seasons. Captain John Schleupner was the coach of the football team with the assistances of Captain ). Reynolds and Captain T. Walman. The following were members of the team this year: J. Crahan, S. Heat- wole, D. Kinna, R. Williams, L. Furman, W. Barret, T. Jamison, R. Marshall, D. Wade, L. Lafon, R. Gilliam, M. Wright, C. Rowland, J. Caulfield, B. Leavell, E. Warczak, M. Kiser, R. Herron, P. Reed, P. Davis, and M. Scott. JUNIORS First row: D. ALLEN, J. APPLEBEE, C. BAKER, J. BAUER; Sec¬ ond row: B. BAYS, S. BHUKDEE, F. BLAKELY, J. CHAGARIS; Third row: J. CHEWNING, W. CHOTIVONG-CHAI, P. DAVIS, J. FAIRWEATHER. 44 First row: J. FARRELL, T. GARRISON, R. GIL¬ LIAM, D. HENRY, D. HUNTER; Second row: D. KINNA, M. KISER, J. LEVIN, J. LOVETT; Third row: G. MARTIN, D. MAXWELL, C. MAY, P. PATTON, G. PERROW. 45 I Pictured in the center are (1st row l-r) J. Pongpanich, E. Robbins, J. Rum ley, M. Scott, L. Smith, M. Wright. BASKETBALL TEAM At the bottom of the page the basketball team poses for a group shot: kneeling (l-r) W. Ap- plebee, R. Marshall, P. Davis, J. Ray, M. Scott, R. Slagle; standing Capt. R. Miller (coach), E. Robbins, B. Williams, J. Graham, Capt. T. Wal- man (coach—not shown) and R. Rioux (not shown). This years junior varsity was com¬ posed of J. Minnix, C. Chewning, D. Henry, L. Furman, R. Grant, G. Miliotis, J. Chagaris, and J. Lovett. Pg|4 WRESTLING Pictured above is the wrestling team for 1974: kneeling (l-r) E. Warczak, G. Arnold T. Jamison, J. Combs, Stone, C. Rowland; standing (l-r) Grenon (manager), S. Heatwole, Smith, T. Chew, J. Morris, R. Herron Harris, Capt. S. Geiman. SOCCER TEAM At the left is Fishburne ' s 1974 soccer team: 1st row (l-r) S. Bhukdee, G. Mar¬ tin, J. Main; 2nd row (l-r) j. Farrell, D Maxwell, D. Kinna; 3rd row (l-r) J. Harrill, J. Bauer, G. Skipwith; 4th row (l-r) Capt. S. Giles (coach), J. Quiros, W. Bays, Capt. W. Hodge (coach). SOPHOMORES Pictured above are (l-r) W. Ap- plebee, M. Bahr, J. Baker, E. C. Barnhardt, Pictured to the right are (l-r) D. Champion, M. Chew, E. Clark, G. Crittenden, M. Gas¬ con, C. Gibson, R. Grant, F. Harris. f Pictured to the right are (I- r) J. Morris, T. Nelson, C Rowland, A. Smeland, P Spear, D. Wade. BASEBALL TEAM Spring signals the return of out door activities. Nothing is more indicative of this than base¬ ball. The Fishburne squad under the direction of Capt. Walman and Capt. Schleuppner take to the field with the vigor of Spring. Whether it is in the field, on base, at bat or on the bench the team roots for a winning season. RIFLE TEAM Pictured above are kneeling (l-r) C. Stone, W. Beck, C. Chewning, W. Norris, D. Baker; standing (l-r) A. Vanatanaphol, P. Reed, N. Levin, R. Crotty, Sgt. F. Moulter (sponsor). TENNIS TEAM Under the coaching of Capt. R. Miller and Maj. D. Windon, Fishburne ' s net squad takes to the courts. After a cold winter it is good to warm up on the courts. 54 WEIGHT LIFTING In order to keep in shape and develop some knowledge of weight lifting, Capt. J. Schleupner conducted a course on the " universal " for interested students. ; r- 55 ®t FRESHMEN Pictured at the right are (l-r) T. Anderson, G. Arnold, E. Burr, D. D ' Addurno, G. Fel¬ der, S. Grenon, M. Hertler, L. Lafon. 57 HONOR COUNCIL Upholding and en¬ forcing the student honor code is the council pictured to the left; sitting (l-r) j. Chagaris, G. Ar¬ nold, M. Scott, standing (l-r) W. Beck, W. Jamison (chairman), S. Heatwole. VARSITY CLUB The Varsity Club is composed of members who have been out¬ standing in sports at Fishburne and who have been se¬ lected by the membership. Pic¬ tured at the right are P. Reed, S. Heatwole, M. Leavell, R. Herron, W. Jamison. .. . f - rtf- E I ES - i II 58 TAPS STAFF Composing a yearbook is a long difficult task. Many deadlines must be met so that the book will be ready at the end of the year. The birth of a year¬ book happens the year before the year that it cov¬ ers. This one started in the Spring of 73. There is first the planning, next the advertising, setting up pictures, making layouts, fitting pictures to pages, final layouts, writing copy, checking, rechecking, and finally shipping it off to the printer. The proofs still must be checked for ours and the printer ' s er¬ rors. Thousands of hours go into the preparation of a book that remembers the events of one year. 59 CHESS CLUB Pictured below are members of the Chess Club: (l-r) P. Wall, D. Allen, L. Furman, F. Stone, P. Spear, S. Bhukdee. COTILLION CLUB The Cotillion Club is re¬ sponsible for decorating the social affairs at Fish- burne. Members pictured to the right are S. Grenon, G. Perrow, W. Jamison, Capt. A. Shirkey (sponsor), J. Chagaris, L. Furman, G. Arnold, H. Manning (sponsor). KARATE CLUB Meeting twice a week, these young men study different levels of this martial art. Pic¬ tured at the top of page 60 are kneeling (I- r) G. Arnold, R. Riddell, S. Sharpe, L. Smith, G. Martin, F. Stone; sitting (l-r) G. Miliotis, J. Levin, R. Clarke, j. Rumley, D. D ' Addurno, E. Robbins; standing (l-r) L. Furman, S. Bhukdee, M. Stull, R. Gulliam, J. Morris, Capt. S. Geiman (instructor). EIGHTH GRADE Pictured at the right are G. Caufield, R. Clarke, F. Dungan, T. Holding, R. Houghtaling, M. Huff, M. Johnson, S. McKenzie. 62 SEVENTH GRADE Members of the seventh grade pictured above are (l-r in de¬ scending order) D. Allen, C. Chewning, R. Gates, J. Kappes, C Lagemann, F. Stone, P. Wall, D. Whytsell, E. Wyngaarde. MILITARY SCIENCE The Jr ROTC program at Fishburne is supervised by a three member staff. They teach the military science classes and fulfill the U. S. Army requirements for the program. Pictured below are Maj. R.E. Crotty, Sgt. F. Molter, and Sgt. (ret.) P. Bowles. p jtl irsi t In KP 4 - _--m I I I HUDCIN ' S RIFLES Named after Col. Hudgins, a past superintendent and teacher of Fishburne, the Hudgin ' s Rifles compete as a crack drill squad in meets and pa¬ rades. Sgt. P. Bowles directs the hours of practice and planning of routines. The squad is com¬ posed of sixteen young men who are adept at close drill. K, % k 68 FACULTY Pictured to the right are W. Gabbel, R. Miller, R. Cam¬ bell, R. Kerby, T. Walman, S. Giles, J. Caynak, E. Gil¬ liam, S. Geiman, H. Manning. 70 f A. Shirkey Pictured to the left are J. Palmer, D. Parker, ). Reynolds, J. Schleupner, I I I m Col. Frank E. Stone was su¬ perintendent of Fishburne for the school year 1973-4. Ma. W. Gabbel was headmaster first semester. Capt. R. Miller was Executive Officer second semester. Capt. S. Giles was Finance Officer. He was as¬ sisted in the office by Mrs. A. Alexander, and Mrs. I. Daw¬ son. The office secretaries were Mrs. D. Sheuy and Mrs. D. Brown. Maj. R. Cambell was Food Director. Mr. R. Kerby was in charge of re¬ cruitment and enlistment. Sgt. (ret.) E. Gilliam supervised the Cadet Store and was Transportation Officer. Mrs. H. Hess supervised the Alumni Office and the PX. School nurses were Mrs. Bar¬ ringer, Mrs. Scott, and Mrs. Harlow. Teachers in English were Col. E. B. Young, Jr., D. Parker, and W. Seay. The Math Depart¬ ment was comprised of R. Peacock, W. Shirkey, and J. Schleupner. In the Social Sciences D. Windon, J. Rey¬ nolds, and W. Hodge were the instructors. The Science Department was comprised of A. Shirkey and J. Schleup¬ ner. S. Geiman conducted the Physical Education and Driver ' s Educational classes. 73 I, Warren Jay Barrett, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to E.C. Barnhart the command of the dating committee and the Hall. To Capt. Walman I leave all the bottles I used. I, William J. Beck, Jr., being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Bob Nelson one sat on bed and a wrinkled shirt. To SFC Molter a Rifle Team that can shoot straight, to Gus¬ tafson a stradegy game he can win. But most of all I leave Fishburne. I, David Blake, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Joe Far- rel, Denton Baker, and Leigh Smith all my empty bottles. To Schyuler Giles I leave Van 2 and the $600 in damages to it. To Capt. Walman I leave next year ' s cadet corp. I, Richard Crotty, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Capt. Walman, a paint brush, 3 rollers and lots of luck in maintinence this year. To some poor officer I leave my duties as O.D. and remember don ' t be suprised when they surprise you. To Motor Mouse Molter, my shoot¬ ing ability which he ' ll need next year. I, Keith Dabney, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Turkey my Mustang to make a fast get away from the Inn. To Jerry Graham my Afro-Pick so he won ' t have to borrow one, to Bob Nelson the ability to be a great leader, to Jim Chewning the record “Funky Stuff ' ' , to Lowell Furman a basketball to dribble with, and to Henry my Gold Hat Band to have something to dream about. I, Lowell Furman, Jr., being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Capt. Walman the knowledge that Bob Nelson is the dumber of the two. To Terry Jamison, Pat Reed, Greg Arnold, Nat Levin, David Blake, Glen Perrow, Keith Dabney, Jim Chewning, John Charagis, and the rest of Fishburne the memories of me. To Capt. Parker next year ' s yearbook and OUR FEARLESS LEADER. I, Jerry Graham, being of sound mind (sometimes) and questionable body do hereby bequeath to Turkey my hat he ' s had since the first of the year, to Dabney a mouse for cheesing and to Henry my stereo because he never had any music. I, S teve Heatwole, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Capt. Schleupner the “Redskins " for next fall and some toys for his sandbox. To Capt. Miller a seeing-eye dog, to Buddy a season without a broken leg, to Rick a Tiger from the Hall. To D ' Addurno a paddle with Walman ' s name engraved. I, Rick Herron, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Capt. Walman all my empty bottles and cans. I, Bob Hooker, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Cary Martin one case and the address of that girl that saw you from the back of Huff ' s truck this summer. I, Terry Jamison, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Pat Reed some Tenn. Soybeans, to Capt. Walman the city of Waynesboro and the police dept., to Capt. Miller th e abil¬ ity to fill Gabble ' s shoes, to Capt. Peacock the New York Zoo and 500 lbs. of bird food, to Greg Arnold, I leave Lafon ' s sister, to Freddy McGann and Glen Perrow and John Chargaris another year at Fishburne, to J.B. 10 pints and to Bubblebutt a bottle of French Perfume. Vtattwnf I, Cabel Jordan, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Dallas Maxwell, 9 pairs of pants so that he may never get " caught short " again during a room inspection. I, Buddy Leavell, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Greg Arnold, my cane with which he may protect himself from all the bullies, and to Fishburne, a large doctor bill. I, Nat Levin, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Fishburne Military School, " C " Company, which on December 1, 1973, was dubbed " F " Troop. I, Ronnie Marshall, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Heatwole and Herron my girl friend from the Hall, Terry Lee. I, Bob Nelson, alias the General, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Keith Dabney my perfection and way of life. I, Sweetie Ray, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to my roommate " OID " some of my life because his is all used up. To Capt. Walman a case and a new paddle. To Capt. Reyonlds a new method of teaching. I, Pat Reed, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Jamison 32 Oregon Pancakes, Greg Arnold my Capt. Rank, Denton Baker B Company because of all the brown-nosing he did, to my closet friend Sam Swim all the memories we shared together, and I went back. I, Gary Skipwith, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Tur- key-Redak, Red Chewning, 4th. period math, David Wade my ability to play football, Joel Morris some mus¬ cles, Lee Smith some coordination. I, Duke Spence, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Allen and B. Stigall the school of Fishburne, to Melissa I leave myself, to Capt. Walman 100 cadets like myself. I, Chris Stone, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to next years mail clerk 2,000,001 church bulletins and to the rest of the Corps I leave my brother Fred to worry about next year. I, Sam Swim, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Leigh Smith all my talents and experience in driving in hopes of keeping him away from trees. I, Abbey Vantanaphol, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Jet, the poor, my lamp, stones, shirts, coats, and my girl friend Teresa. I, Ed Warczak, being of sound mind (sometimes) and of questionable body do hereby bequeath to Darrel Henry my unknown autobiography entitled " Being Cool " and to Turkey I give my 25 Charles Atlas Body Building Courses THE HOME PILLARS VIRGINIA B. BAKER E.C. BARNHARDT III WILLIAM J. BECK GERALD M. CAULFIELD MALVIN E. CHAMPION BARBARA P. CHAGARIS MR MRS JAMES E. CHEWNING RICHARD E. CROTTY JUDGE B. DAVIS DOMINION SHEET METAL CORP. MRS. JOHN F. DUNGAN ELIZABETH J. FELDER LOWELL FURMAN, M.D. JOYCE L. GATES THERESA M. GRENON R. JOSEPH HARRILL MR. MRS. DAN HOOKER DR. MRS. DONALD HUNTER PEGGY J. JENNINGS ELIZABETH B. JORDON W. C. KAPPES JR. MR. MRS. RICHARD LESTER GUDRUN W. LETICA ALLEN S. LEVIN BEVERLY J. MCCLURE J. D. MAIN LUCY D. MARSHALL ROSANN H. D ' ADDURNO DAVID MAY, JR. KELSEY MARTIN MOTT MR. MRS. WALTER T. PETERS VIRGINIA F. PATTON MR. MRS. ROBERT J. POTTS PRAPHROT PROUROHITYA J. L. ROBBINS PHILL J. ROWLAND W. R. SANDY WAYNE SHECKELS MR. MRS. FREDERICK M. SMITH PHILLIP MORRIS CO. (MATCHING FUNDS) DENVER C. SPEAR WILLIAM B. SPILMAN RONALD G. MONIS MRS. MAUREEN ALLEN 81 Compliments of WAYNESBORO FLORIST 512 W. Main St. Waynesboro, Va. Dial 942-8125 Compliments of Soond £Piono and S ' u wuiaae Co. 510 W. MAIN WAYNESBORO. VA. F M " Look to the Future with First and Merchants National Bank " Waynesboro, Virginia I Be st Wi she s To The Corps of Cadets And The Administration and Faculty from your cloest business neighbor The News-Virginian Wayne sboro Carrying reports of FMS sports, scholastic, military and other activities throughout the school year - 942-8213 - f f rt • 4 1 v iy ««■ ft v»S3 | ' ' IimJI Ti % ' g • An old VTfgTrlTCWchool noted for high stan¬ dards. Four year high school, college prep¬ aratory, fine arts, secretarial, music, happy social life. Spacious grounds. All sports, in¬ door pool, stable, riding rings. New stu-j dents enrolled in grades 9,10, and 11 only. Catalogue on Request Theodore E. Bruning, Jr., Headmaster Park Station Waynesboro, Virginia 22980 -T I I
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