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Senior Committee Left to Right: Janies Grossmann, Vice-President, Senior Class; Mrs. Sandra Murray, Senior Class Advisor; Robert Berry, Member-at-large; Edward Price, President, Senior Class. eleven
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ENGLISH AND LIBRARY STAFF Seated: Gladys Spencer, Mary Washington Gol- lege, B.S.; Columbia University, B.S.; Library Science; Librarian, Library Club Advisor. William J. Sheri- dan, Atlantic Christian, Chowan College, A. A.; B.S.; Englisb, History. D. Pinckney Po i’ers, University of Virginia, B.A.; M.A.; English, Weekly News Advisor. P ' rances Evans, Longwood College, B.S.; L niversity of Virginia, M.A.; Engli.sh, Missile Advisor Frances Morgan, Longwood College, B.A.; English, Guid- ance Director. Standing: Lucretla Litchfield, Marshall Col- lege, B.A.; English, Senior section Missile Advisor. Mary E. Holloway, Westhaiupton College, B.A.; English, Petersburg High Review Advisor. Rhea J. Dodge, Mary Washington College, B.S.; English, Projection Crew Advisor. S.yndr.y R. Murr.yy, State Teachers College, B.A.; English, Senior Class Ad- visor. Katherine Warner, Madison College, B.S.; English, Guidance Director. Edwin M. Betts, .1r., University of Virginia, B.S.; Speech, English, S.C.A. .Advisor, Dramatics Club Advisor. INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND HOME ECONOMICS Front Row: Aubrey T. Pennington, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S.; University of Virginia, M.Ecl.; Woodworking, Metals. Benjamin L. Bains, Richmond Professional Institute, B.S.; Distributive Education, Distributive Education Club Advisor. Mary E. Bailey, Madison College, University of M ' isconsin, B.S.; Home Economics. Cheerleaders’ Ad- visor. Patricia Harrell, Madison College, B.S.; Home Economics, F.H.A. Advisor. Robert Biliter, Eastern Kentucky College, B.S.; Woodworking. Second Row: William L. Gentry, East Ten- nessee College, B.S.; Metal, Auto Mechanics. Ed- mond B. CoNGDON, University of Tennessee, East Tennessee Teachers College, B.S.; Printing, Diversi- fied Occupation, Diversified Occupation Club Advisor. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND COACHES P ' ront Row: Robert Churn, Randolph-Macon, B.A.; History, ’arsity Baseball; , d ertising Staff Advisor Missile. Ann ’ANL.iVNi)iNGiLA.M, Madison College, B.S.; Physical Education, Girls’ Hockey Girls’ Softball, Girls’ Basketball. Jo Ann Kiser, Madison College. B.S.; Physical Education, Health, Assistant Girls’ Coach. Frank Teass, William and Mary Col- lege, B.S.; Physical Education. Intramural Sports. Second Row: Robert L. Kilbourne, Emory and Henry, B.A.; ’arsity Basketball Coach. Carl R. Howard, Emory and Henr ' , B.A.; History, ’arsity Football Coach, Monitors’ Ad ’isor. M’illiam King, Unixersity of ’irginia, B., .; History, ’arsity P’oot- hall Coach. Lmj Linta, Kansas State, B.S.; Physical Education, Health, Junior ’arsity P’oothall Coach. ten
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Mary Elizabeth Anderson General Man’ . . , crazy ’!)out football, Steve, and Virginia Beach . . . “Lovin’ you” . . . transfer from Crewe High in ’57 . . . dislikes boys who take you for granted . . . wants to be a teacher at PHS . . . goes wild over steak. SCA. 11, 12; French Chib. 11, 12; Missile, 12; Who’s Who, 12; Wcckltf News, 12. Albert Wayne Anderson Scientific “Butter” . . . craves football and shrimp . . . goes “ape” over Nancy . . . “yea-ah” . . . loathes bad jokes but is full of them . . . camping at “The Meadow” is great ... a certain ’47 Plymouth occuo:es his time. IV Football. 10; Kev Club, 10, 11. 12; Varsity Football. II, 12; Varsitv Club. 11, 12, Secretarv, 12; SCA. 12; Who’s Who, 12; Weekly News, 12. l EBECCA Deane Andrews Coinnicrcia “Deanie” . . . long pony tail on a cute little majorette . . . likes french fries, sorority meetings, and baton twirling . . . “Have ou ever” . . . riding in John- ny’s white Mercury . . . wants to get “hitched.” Band, 9, Majorette, 10, 11, Head, 12; Odd Girls, 9, 10, 11. Treas- urer, 9, 10, Vice-President. 11; Missile, 11; Review, 11; Who’s Who, 12. Jean Marie Andrews Commercial “Jcannie” . . . wants to become a teacher . . . “nuts” . . . crazy ’bout sewing, reading, and foot- ball . . . quiet brunette who takes to the books . . . “leave me alone, I want to watch this tele- vision program”. Librar y Club. .9, 10. 11: Home- room Librarian, 11, 12; FHA, 1 0 . 1 1 . Dorothy Louise Andrews General Louise . . . pet peeves; crabs and stuck-up people . . . wants to be a surgical nurse . . . en- joys embroidering and hockey . . . “How about that” . . . “Pete” puts her on Cloud 9. Hockey, 10, 11, 12; Ba.sketball, 11; Monogram Club, 11; Weekly News, 12. Richard Franklin Archer, Jr. General “Junnie” . . . keen on drag rac- ing . . . Shelby, hamburgers and hunting are “cool” . . can’t stand nosey girls and books . . . wants to “get out of this joint” . . . goes in for lazy living . . . Stands on the corner and watches the girls go by. Projection Crew, 11. Wilma Mae Ashley Com mercial “Will” . . . wants to be a « ec- retary . . . crazy about fried chicken . . . collects popular records . . . football games are the most . . . “dig my dancing Daddy-O” . . . loathes hillbilly music and unsociable people . . . “Really”. Commercial Club, 11; T-Albright Iri-Hi-Y, 11. Nina Maybelle Atkinson Commercial Nina . . . curly head with band on the brain . . . likes to read and play records . . . ambition: to become an airline hostess . . . “Aw. heck” . . . enjoys book- keeping . . . boys who are late for dates are all wet. Band, 9, 10, 11, 12. twelve
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