Union Kempsville High School - Tiger Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA)
- Class of 1946
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MAROON - TIGER 1946 • . " ; •- i-;_ Princess Anne County Training School Norfolk, Virginia r ' ' K ( J- J i ' m i manotui, - iae V ' eoA lioak I Be4 M GlaU d f9 6 § § I P U ux4 Aiu e Qo4tHi4f. uiiH44t ScUooi § • I - § I § I § § Robert L. Gordon, Sponsor § j § Thaddeus C. Smith, Principal § I I i uiedicatiOft . . . § % ' ) ' -. 0 ' -.Cr-. . ar. Cr-.0 .:0-y.C ..Cr. Cr- v. the members of the v ' eiiior Class uf 1940. in appi ' cciatii)ii ut the untiring ser- vice and devotion of our jjarents dedicate the 1946 editiiin uf the Marooii- ' rificr t them. -. ' - . ' - ' •- .(- .(. .t- . t-. -t. -x. .c . - § I § ■C --Cr -j! -.Cr-jy ' ' -.Cn ? -. ' ' j ' -yy ' -yy ' .-.C . ' .Cn ' .C -- ' -a ' ' V5 % % § ' ■.Cr-.Cr f FACULTY TIIADDRL ' S C. SMnil I ' rincipal l " M6-46 A. 1 ' ). — I ' liidii L ' iii crsit ] ' M K( H ' .Kirr I.. (■,( )K|)( (V A. 1 ' .. Clark Cullcji;c — ' oS Social Science and Music IIARU ' 1.. U( )1;L S( ). " 1!. S. a. State College — 19. 7 Aj ricnlturnl .S: Science IIATTIE 1.. C.Oi )1)M AX A. I ' l. — St. . ngnstine College l-jiirlish iS: Literature — ' 3. c. KExxirni w ii.S( )X r . S. — I nion L ' ni ei-sity — ' 40 Matlieniatics FKEDERICA E. ROGERS r.. S. — Snuih Carolina State College 1941 1 lonie Economics Biology i;i-:a rkici ' : ( m miK )CSE A. H. — Storer College — ' 45 Englisli - I listcir - MRS. r.ETTIE ' . WII.l.lAMS B. S. — Union University — ' 39 Elementary School Su|ierviMii- (X.it Pictured) -■■ 0 ' - Cr. ' .Cr. . .-yy-.-.Cr-.Cr--.C . ' .Cr ' - ' .-Cr--Cr--C -.Cr. ' u -.■ ( .■y: .-y .- 0 ' Cr-jCr-:C :Cr.- Cr.:C .- Cr.-. -- t. ? -S ' -i --. .-. .-- t. ?-. ' - .- i . ' -!5 ' ,- . ' .oi .v5 ' .- § § § § § § § § § t § ,t T« t, . l. .t. ' - 5 Vj --- - ' - . ' -5 ' - t ' ' ' ' i - ' - ? ' -t-« " ' SENI()I CLASS OFFICHHS President 1 ' ice J ' resiileiit Secrelary .-Issisluiit Seerelary Business Munagers ' freasiirer Clui ' ldin Nicholas CopelauJ Gloria Brown Martha Goihf;:ui Xina CiJi;ciai ' l Clyde Silcr - juanita Lainh l (ilan(l Kusst ' ll. I r. I lalldWdoil ri ' lit Class Colors Class lUoik ' cr Mollo Illue and Wliili- Gardenia " o strive to seek In lind and not to vield. May 1 .May 28 Jnne 2 June 4 CLASS CALENDAR Senicir lve iew Class Night Baccaleurate Graduation l ' . .: .: .: . j . ' . . ' C . ' i .:a ' ' ' - ' ' .C ' ' - ? ' ' ' ' - . i y yGL( )RIA BR( )WN ■ ' Swannie " I ' res. Honorary Club, Sec. Dramatic Club, V ' ice- I ' res. Mary E. Gray ' s, Program committee of Home lie. Assistant Sec. Glee Club, Attended ■(Hltb ( ' on- fercnce. l DEI.OIS HROCKETT " Frank " " Mary E. Gray, Home Ec, Girls Reserve, Softball team. EDGEMLLE BROCKETT " Sister- Mary E. (iray ' s Club, Girls Reserve, (iirl ' s soft ball team. BEATRICE BAILEY " Bea " Mary E. (iray ' s. Glee Club, (iirls Reserve, Home Ee Club, .Softball team. H- R( )SA LEE BASNIGHT Mary I-:. Gray ' s Cbib. Glee Club. Nl ' . Col ' ELAND Mary E. (iray ' s, (ilee Club, Library Club M.?, " lira niatic ( " lull, (iirls Reserve, .Soft ball team. H MARIE FOREMAN " Skinnv ' Mary E. Gray ' s, Library Club, Girls Reserve, Soft all t.ani. 4 lOAN V ' MARTHA CidFFIOAN " Siidic " Glee Club, Mary E. Gray, Dramatic (bib. Girls Re- .scrve, Sofrball team. V .•- 5 " - - ' ' ' ' - ' ' ? « " - ' - ' - " - ? ' . " " t ' -- ' - ' - ' - ' Ml 5 ' - -- ' .45 - ' . v ' - 5 ' ' - " i T- 5 ' -- ' t -- ' . ---- ' ' - " - ' ' - MARGIE HAVXES " Slioriie " Maid in May Queen Contest, Glee Club, Home Ec. Clnh. Soft ball team, Library Club, Mary E. Gray ' s. .7)UOSA llEl.l.ivM IIIXSOX ■•I ' lunip " Mar !■ ' . (jray ' s. Home Ec., Soft ball team. hj JUAXITALAMU -Xuat " May Queen •■44. " T. C. Walker Club, Bus. Mgr. Sen- ior t lass. Glee Club, N ' outli Conference Delegate. M.M ' DE M.XSOX -Aiiplc I ' ic- " . l,ir i:. (.ra . Dramatic Club. Glee Club, Soft ball leani. . l- kC.. kM ' i ' SlIEI ' l ' .XU!) -Deni " Xational Honor Societx , T. C. Walker Club, (urls Ueser e, Dram.atic Clul , ( lirls Soft ball team. M. kN ' r.Kl.l.l ' . W IL1.1. . I.S -Sister " S(C. of National ' oulb Conference, Glee Club, T. C. Walker ( lub. (lirls Reserve, Soft ball team, Home He. ll. iriE . W kit ill I ■■ ' iVfus " Mary E. (iray. Glee Club, (iirls Reserve. Library Club, Soft ball team. C( )kklX " b: I ) b:.X.S -Ctimiie- " Mary E. Gray ' s, Girls Reserve, llome Ec. Club, Soft ball team. 0 ' -- Cr ' -. ' 0 ,0- ' - - -- ' ' Cr--0 ' ' ' - i ' JC --y -- J» ' --6r ' ' mm . .■ ' ••- 5 ' -. ' S- - -- ' ' ' - ' 5 ' - v5 --i --i5 ' - ' - . ( ). H RROCKETT " Fus " Hi- 1. X. F. A.. M;iry E. Gray ' s. XICIK )1.. S COI ' ELAXI) -Xic ' ' X. F. A., Hi-Vi, Mary E. Gray ' s, Capt. liaseball team, Gapt. l oi)tl)all team, Glee Club, Ki-Vi, Xatinnal ' nutli Conference Panel Leader, Dramatic Club. Xational Honor Society, Pres. of Senior Class. C " 1.E( ) J( )11XS( )X -JivcT " . hiry E. Ciray ' s. Glee Club, X. F. . ., Hi- i, Library t ' luli. Myr. Football team. Dramatic Club, Pres. Ki- Vi. U( U.AXi) RL ' SSKIJ., JR. - )i ' i " Ili-Vi. X. F. . ., Ki-Vi, Mary E. Gray, Glee Club. STER.M.IX kEll) " Eoly Pop " . lar !•:. I. ray ' s, Hi-M, X. F. A. (J i)E SlI-ER " Devil " T. C. Walker Club, Dramatic Clul), Glee Club, Hi- N ' i. X ' . V. .. Co-Capt. Football team, Ki- ' i, Mgr. . I;iv ( )ueen Contest, Delegate Voutb I ' onlerence. IK )i.l.() " ( M )1) WRK .HT " " Deacun " Marv E. Grav ' s, Hi-Vi Club, X. F. . . -A .- : .- .- - .- i: . ' .- Ci .:,i .- Sr;-.i}n- iy ,- ii .- i; ,- tr.- C .y: .• 5 ' -., ui T-. -v9-) ' ., - v9 ' . -i-.,i -- . ' - v t -.cr., c ' ' ' r-- ' -cr ' . y ' --yir.- ty ' ' - ' Cr.jy. ' cr.- ' ' - y -- § .. § . jCr.-j .-.Cr. ' y --j: . ' . . ' . .-.cr.y: . ' .c y cr- ' . ' . -yy-y -- - ' r JUNIOR (fLASS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN SOPHOMORE CLASS MISS. H I, CrOOliM AX, SFOXSOK v FRESHMAN CLASS 1 B-1 iMR. H. L. ROIUXSON. SPOXSOR FRESHMAN CLASS l-B-2 MISS BEATRICE WOODHOUSE, SPONSOR FRESHMAN CLASS l-B-3 MR. C. KEXXETH WILSON. SPONSOR CLASS IlISTOm ' OI " )U Tin ' history of the class of l ' M6 is so (Iranialic ami colorful thai it rcscnihlcs a play, one of those modern iilays that so skillfully disregard all the rules of drama with your kind per- mission. 1. as dramatic critic of the Princess Anne County Training School will re iew the play called " The Class of 1946 " in an absolutely iniUiased manner. This is a play in four acts, with three all loo brief intermissions. Tlirc ' Ughout the action, there is very incidental music. The pla was written hy the actors as they played their parts, under the direction of Robert L. Cordon, ' he sponsor, and a band of capable assistants, the faculty. It is produced by the Board of Education with the cooperation of the taxpayers and is given hy an all-star cast. . s all appear at the same time we shall give their names in alpha- beticallv order. Roland Russell was elected as candidate from the I ' reshman class for the " Boy ' s Pop- ularit Contest. " He placed second in the conlist. l ' )-ki-)4 " Heaven Bound " was presented. Xicbolas Copeland was elected for the " Boys Contest " and placed second in the contest. Nicholas C ipeland presented in chapel durin.i; " Xegro History Week, " spoke on the Negro and Kducation. The Class made a delightfnl trip to Ocian Breeze in Ma l ' M4. Juanila 1 .amb wim first place- in the annual " May Queen Contest " that year. l ' ' 44-l, Mary Williams was elected secretar oi " Tin Cnlli Conference " ot .X ' orfolk. Nicholas Copeland was elected to lead the I ' an.-l I iscussion at llu ' oulh Conference April 12 al Car er Homes, Portsmouth, ' a. On - pril fi, I ' M. the " Junior (las " bonoreil tlie Si ninr Class in a formal cl.iiur. . t last the fatal hour arrives, and the I ' inal Examination raises his sinister bead, Tlu attack of the Seniors is brave and well organized. The result of concenlralion is ap]i.nen1. To a man — an l a woman — the .Seniors emeri e ietorious. They have fuushed stndx. u then the symbolic touch, without winch no p|a wurtliv the name is ctimplete — the ironic twist of the new school of dramatists; study, met face to face, is fotmd to he, not an enem . but a friend, and an invaluable alh to ])ossess througboiU life. The ■-trenuoiis preparation for battle, which made our cast niori ' and nim-e ,fajuiliar with stmly, was a blessing in disgin ' se and everybody is happy. The play ends in a burst of glory, with flowers, inusic, and congratulations — in short. graduation exercises : and we have the well-know n and ever popular happy ending. ■ Si0r- ' :0r. ' .a .. ,-.Cr.-.Cr.- ar.-Jir.-. .Crr. .-.C -. .- C . .O .- Cr. jjL -.vS .- « ' .-., .. 5 ' .-..« ' .-- .v5 ' .- .-. .- .-.i;r -,, .v5 --- .- .v:ISi Class Will and Testament I ' )iii- stay here in Princess Amu- Cn. Triiiiiiiij; Scliuoi drawn rapidly to a close, «c the Senior Class of ] ' M6 put down in documentary form this, our last will and tcstanunt to he reniemhcred by those who eli.uiee to I ' nllow tis. ITKM (). 11. Mar;,;ie llaynes to Evelyn Cilliam her hair style. rri " ,M . (l. li. Nina Copeland 1,, Catherine Owens hrr aliilil In l e nol naive. WF, BEQCHAIM: ITEM NO. 1. To onr dear old school buildin.t; itself, we lea e the peaceful quiet caused b. our aliseuce and any apple cores, wads of gum, or ernmided notes w i- may have left ahoul. ITEM XO. 2. To our i rincipal we yive and lu- iiueatli a sense of relief that we ha e at last been ijradualed, pleasant memories of our four years together, and a feeling of pride in any great deeds or noteworthy achievements that onr future may contain. ITEM XO. 3. To our teachers, the faculty of the Princess . nnc Co. Training School, we here- by .give, free from all iidieritance, luxury, or in- come tax, our entire store of kimwledge. From them it came and to them it shoidd be returned. ITICM XO. l.V Marie b ' oreman lo Mary Brave her cl.-mcing .ibility. ITICM XO. 14. .Margarei Sluppard to W arneli Garret t her ability to study and make jiassin.g .grades. ITEM XO. l.s. Slerlin Keid to Clarence Rid lick liis aliilily to keep bis hair w ' ell gnximed. ITEM . (). 17. ( orriue ()wens, Delois bSrockett. and Kos;i lUlI Johnson to Goldie Davenport, Ro- berta Brown, ' and Catherine Weston, tbeir ability to keep smilin.g. ITIiM XO. 1 . Rosa Basniglit to Emily Owens her ability to keep a boy friend. ITEM XO. A. To the history of the Princess . ' nne Co. Training .School we bequeath our illustrious deeds and onr names as candidates for ihe 1 l;ill of F.ime. We also leave the words and mnsit ' (.)f onr class s(.in.g which, ihongli not beauti- ful, is ver durabU-. Tile smaller individuiil bequests arc as lollowes: ITEM XC). 5. Xicholas Copeland to Clinton CalTec bis personality and athletic ability. ITEM NO. 6. Clyde Siler to flouold Creene Ins i ability to be mischievous. ,- ITEM NO. 7. HoUowockI Wright to Beatrice Harris his ability to study. ITEM NO. y. Roland Russell to Calvin W illiams his .girl friends. ITEM XO. 9. ' Cleo .lohnson to The ' ma Johus.m bis lilnes singing ability. ITEM NO. 10. Mary B. William to .Mary Harris her ability to keep streamlined. ITEM Nf). 18. Noali Broekctt to James Hider his ability to loaf and still make passing grades. ITEM XO. 19. (d..ria Brown to Bertha TiUery and Ruby White her ability to make good marks .niil socialize regulations. ITEM NO. 20. Maude Mason to all the bVesb- Tuan girls her ability to keep a bus driver friend for lour ears. n ' b:.M XO. 21. liallie W right to Eveyii Kiddick her aliibl In keep glamorous and a boy friend. ITEM XO. 22. Jnanita Lamb to the Sophomore girls her aliibty to have many boy friends and keep them trcun clashing. ] ' " inally we do herein name and appoint as a sole executor of this onr last will and testament, our class advisor. Mr. Robert L. liordon. In wit; iiess whereof our class of 1946 the testator, have set our hand and seal on this -lib day of Jinie in the year of 194(3. s i ' i ()i ' iii:r:v by a nf.w mktiiod or vol T, XOSI-: KNOWS Irmi Miiir iDiluiic phrciKilusiis ' iS read, Tlu ' v t ' l ' lt all the biinips ■ju vmir licad — Which wa? liri-scimc and made .mhi sn weary That tin liappicst fortune stenied dreary, liy cards, hy hamlwritini; ' , or trances, ' ou ma learn cif yotn- next circtimstances, r.nt I h lyc a new mc-thod astoimdinp: That i. every uld system confi.nndin! . I )id ycin knuw that the shape of (]nr noses (lur minds and ynnr t ' nture discloses? Inst to i r(p e that m powers are ample 1 shall ,iii e you a wonderfnl sample. 1 t;lance thus at yotn " faces all slowin.a. And str.iiyhtway yonr fntnre I ' m knowiny. Ere nianx years Xoah Uroekell will he . solemn Doctor of Philisophy . nd in a manner hanshty shall e.xponncl His wisdom and his theories profound. Jnanila and i doria .yirls of charm and yraei- Whose virtues are reflected in their faces, W ill live in peace and plenty all their life Jiianita a housekeeper de luxe, and Gloria a happy wife. I l. (le Sikr likes to speculate . nd takes his Inn in tempting; fate So he ' ll hecome — the reckless joker . very luckv Wall Street hroker. Their lertile hrain and ready wit Proclaim at once the joh they ' ll tit M;irgaret Sheppard and Xina Copeland will write the perfect story. Thus covering themselves with glory. Nicholas Copeland, always up in the air AVho loves to t d ' Ce chances and perils to dare Will very soon be a world- famed aviator. As noted as Lindbcr.!;h, perhaps even greater. He ar.yues morning, noon and night, . nd wins, il he he wrong or right : So Cleo Johnson will be, of course, A lawyer, criminal and divorce. Otir friend, Maude Mason has a very small voice. But great big emotions and diction guide choice So she ' ll he a radio crooner some day And sob all her troubles in ether awav. Rosa Basnight will he an artist who ' ill mural decorations do .And be. as well, a portrait painter Who ' ll make poor Rembrandt ' s glory fainter. I ' huiiliers, working o ertime. With charges huge and nerve sublime. Hollowed Wight, Xoah Brockett and Sterling Reid ' s futures plain I see : ' ery wealthy men they will be. Martha ( lortigan. Margie Haynes and Hattie Wright, have great amhitii)n They ' ll be wily politicians, To congress by admirers sent, .And next perhaps Corrinc Owens he president. X ' ot fond themselves, of oxcrwork. They can ' t endure that others shirk. So Marie Foreman. Beatrice Bailey and l- " dgeville Brockett, will run with glee A great employment agency. ith ge.stures wide and voice intense. At speaking pieces they ' re immense. And so Oelois Brockett and Rosabelle Johnson upon the stage. ill soon become the nation ' s rage. I l ' oi)e this wry generous sample H.is prii cd to you my powders are ample. . nd thai the cputline of your noses Vour fiiUn-e honestly discloses. CLASS POEM TIIK(ir i:AT. l)VENTUHK ( )iir scliiiiil flays cnflcfl, life licfore us lies - A L;rcal aih ' enture. Clmidless are the skies ; Xnw time seems hut a slave tn l(i dur will : Endless tiinidrrnw that with i(i - we fill, llown uuknciw 11 trails we ' ll jduniev- far and tree And find the spring;-Si ' een mad ti Aieady; i ' ut nexer, ne er lonely shall we fare, r " (ir ydu ' ll he in our dreamiiiL; ' e Trywherc. The thoughts of school shall with us alwaxs he A true c(im])anion — ha])|i " niemorv. ( )h may we flare to flrcam and flare tti do. Loving ' the truth, and to ourselves he true M;i ' we so wairk and li ' e throu jh .all our fla s. That frieufls may love us, honest men niav praise. Of each nii.sftirtune make a swaird to stay The flrat on worries that ohstruct our way. With heart that ' s strong- to fight and never wins May we not falter when the storms hegin ; For onh " liuils contentment fiiifls aiifl keejis To him wlm would achiex ' e, the road is steep. The summit ' s e er farther on the way Aiifl glor ' ' s liut a sunheam, soon to .stray. Still we must struggle till the flay is gfine .And Ifiok across the jiurple hills tfi flawn. Be faithful to f)Ur work. res])ect it ' s call .Aiifl finil it not too great nor ' et too small Each task a hlessing ami for us the hest ; We ' ll do it well anfl leave to Gotl the rest. ■r -. ' C - -.C ' .C .-. .-. Cr.-.C -.Cri-.Cr ' ' 0- ' ' ' - ' Cr:-.ii -.i! - Cr -- ■■ ? ' -4 ' -tf -.-- .- .-- v ' ' - .-- . 5 ' .-rf -.- i vs;r-. S -.- 4 -- -. v. ,jCr.yyy: .- y.jy ' -y: r,. .- y.yy.. -yy-- --. CLUBS A « N » D i ACTIVITIES § § § § § § § § § y § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § 1 § § 1 § § 1 y § t (;i.ri5s AM) (.i.Ass ()i ' ii(;i:iis CLASS ir. , I ' rt ' sidrnt — Antoinette Cii|ichinil ice President — Mildred Riddick Secretary — Hortense Russell Assistant Secretary — Lorraine Puyli Treasurer — Catherine Owens Sergeant at Arms — Alice Valkc Cliaplain — Cecelia Kimble CLASS l-l ' .-l President — Doris Gatlin Nice President — Leim Haynes Secretary — Queenie Etlieridge Vssistant Secretary — Arthur Goffigan Treasurer — Helen Ashby Chaplain — William Albritton C.IKI. Rl ' .SLKX l ' :eLLil President — N ' irginia Lassiter Vice President — Mary Brave Secretary — Ruby White Assistant Secretary — Elaine Pieckett Treasurer — Edith White Si ' rgeant at Arms — Margaret Sheppard X. p. A. CLUB President — Lames Cnleiuau X ' ice President — Willard Edward Secretary — Frank Owens Assistant Secretary — Richard Ferbee Treasurer — Leon Haynes I ep irter — Eugene Moslcy Chaplain Walter Ferbee JUNIOR CLASS President — Bertha Tillcry ice President — Clarence Wheatoii Secretary — Ruby White Assistant Secretary — nrginia Griiustead Treasurer — Evelyn Riddick Chaplain — Roberta Brown Business Manager — Marv Braye JUNIOR MISSCLUr. President — Carrie L. Knox Vice President — Mildred I ' letcher Secretary — Marguerite Owens Assistant Secretary — Bernice Johns Treasurer — Xtartha Berry Sergeant at Arms — Martha Kettrell Chaplain — Helen Williams S( )1 ' 11( ).M( )RE CLASS President — Elaine Beckett ice President — Richard F " erbec Secretary — Virginia Lassiter Assistant Secretary — Ruby Lonesome Treasurer — Calvin ' illiams CLASS l-B-2 President — Milton Selhy Vice President — Nemiah Spence Secretary — Vessie Hodnett Assistant Secretary — Edward Russell Chaplain — Muriel Woodies Sergeant at Arms — Horace Owens Treasurer — Clarence Walke MARA ' E. GRAY ' S CLUI ' . President — Jacob Carrington ' ice President — Gloria Brown Secretary — Sarah Corprew ssistant Secretary — Evelyn Riddick Treasurer — Aimie Jones Sergeant at Arms — Thomas Jennings Business Manager — Bertha Tillery T. C. WALKER CLUB President — irginia Lassiter ice President — William Corprew Secretary — Antionette Copeland Assistant Secretary — Catherine Owens Treasurer — Lawrence Cruz Sergeant at Arms — Martha J. Berry HI-YCLUB President — Nicholas Copeland ice President — William Corprew Secretary — F ' leetwood Haynes ' treasurer — Clarence Wlieaton Sergeant at Arms — Roland Russell Chaplain — Charlie J. Fuller ]U. EL ' CHOCLOSCLUB President — liertha Tillery ice President — Sharlee Carrington Secretary — Ruby White Assistant Secretary — A ' irginia Lassiter Chaplain — Doris Gatlin Treasurer — Marv Brave DRAAFATIC CLUB President — ' irginia Lassiter Vice President — Mary F. Grimstead Secretary — Evelyn Riddick Assistant Secretary — Bertha Tillery Treasurer — Clyde Siler Sergeant at Arms — Shirley Wright Chaplain — Celestine Edney CHORAL CLUB President — Bertha Tillery Vice President — Martha Goffigan Secretary — Gloria Brown Assistant Secretary — Mary B. Williams Treasurer — Ridn- White HONORARY CLUI! President — Gloria Brown Vice President — Sarah Corprew Secretary — Bertha Tillery Assistant Secretary — Annie Jones Treasurer — Xicholas Copeland NEW liO.ME .MAKERS CLl ' j! President — Corrine Owens ice President — Catherine Weston Secretary — Oscelletta Wilson Assistant Secretary — Martha Goffigan Treasurer — Alean Butler Sergeant at Arms — Martha Berrv THE DRAMATIC CLUB l,l.( iKIA l;l ( i X, I ' KESIUEXT JUiMOU MISS SAVINGS CLUB ( AkRlli I.L ' ' .K K (_). , I ' liSIMKN r JR. EL ' CHOCLOS CLUB P.EKTHA ril.i.Kin ' . rRI-.SII)F ' :XT THE HI-Y ' S NEW FARMERS OF AMERICA CLUB Mi . il. i.. kOI- ' .IXSi iX, Si ' (i ()K NEW HOME MAKERS CLUB MISS l ' ' RKI)KUICA R(h;I-:RS. SPdXSOlv GLEE CLUB HONOR SOCIETY GI.C1KI liROWN. PRESTDliNT ROBERT L. GORDON, AD ' lSOR T. C. WALkEK S CLUB MISS I ' .l ' .A ' IKH ' i ' n: il-IIOLSK. SI ' OXSOk MARY E. GRAY ' S CLUB MISS li. L. GOODMAN, SPONSOR eatun el ta cUlaiu - - - Inseparables Don t Fence Them In Character Traits Superlatives Autographs Senior Class Play Salutatorian Address Valedictorian Address Album of Memories Acknowledgment fcS3,5 ' .- 5i-.- --.,i .- 5 ' .v5 ' .-.!5 ' .- .v5-.- .-- .v5 ' -v5 v5 ' - - 5 ' - -■■.0 ' --. -yy-.Cr-jCr.yy.-.0--yy-.0-.-.0-- -- Cr- ' -0 ' -- INSKPAHAliLES 1. W-lnia Mills. ( )scelk ' t;i W ' ilsiin, l ' rancis McCoy. 2. jiKinita Laiiili, ( lloria I ' liuwii. Ilattic rij lit. Clyde Sil er. Nicholas CopelaiKH 4. Hertlia Mae Tillerv, Mary llrave. kiili W liitc. 5. Maiiilc Mason. .Martha CidlTioaii, Mars;ic lla nes. 1 6. Clco lohiisDii. Rolaiul kusscll. 7. llrucc 1 trcatluvaitc. kolaiid Kussi-ll. anicll (jarrctl. 8. Coriuc Owens, l)cl iis llrockctt. Rosa liclle Johnson. 9. X ' ina Copcland. Ivjsa I ' asnij ht. .Malissia lla ni-s. 1(1 Marii ' k iri-ni.in. .Martjarcl Shc|i|iard, l ' ' .d.i, ' c illc Pirockclt. 11.1 lortcnsc kusscll. Anlioncttc (. ' o]icland. .Mice W alkc. 12. tsliarlcnc Carrin lcju. 1 )oris (jallin. 13. Elaine lieckctl, kuln ' Lonesome. 14. 1 lollowood Wright, Stcralin kcid. Xoah llrockett. 13. Herman Ra.xter, Jacol) Brave, Ciarland Holloway. lo. kdsa W hillield, ISernice Johns. 17 NCialin 1 law kins, kieatrice Harris. 1 S. t ' allierine cstern, ( ioldie 1 ),i en|icprt. 19. Cora llownum, Margaret Laml), Estelle I ' V-rhee. 20 1 )inali Lew is, .Mary Smith. 21. Camilla (lorm.andy. .Mildred h ' letchcr. 22. llorteiise kus.sell, .Xehemiah Spence. 2,v l laini- lieckelt, k ' rank ( H cns. 24. I lallie W right. W illiam C(irprew . 25. Georgia W ' illianrs. Claraiice W heaton. 26. Ruhy Lonesome, I,;iw reiice Cru . lailha ( lOtligan. C27. Clvde Siler, Ma DON ' T I ' KXCK Til KM IX li ' huuiita l.ainii and ( iliiria P.niwii It wdul 1 alniii -t l)e Ukv initliiiL; tliciu in a cuncLiitralicin camp, if 1. CiiriiR- ( l c-ns (.■(.•aM.-d tu riti.- scr ict nion. 2. The luninr linxs stdiipcd lia in,L; jam .sessions at tin- 7lli ])c-rici(i and stud - Amer- ican liihturN ' . 3 Clyde Siler acted dignified. 4. luanita l.amli t(i])])cd llirling. 5. Rosa l-)clk ' Jiilniscin .s|,(,kc sutiiat sliecduid Iv understdud. 6. Martha (iiiltigan lo.st lu-r i ' nm;i Dunnaairs. 7. Xoah Pirr)ckett grew tlirce inches taller and gained weight. 8. Margie Ha nes ceased tu have her langhing spells. 9. X ' ina Cupeland lust her l,eni) . eniie W alk ;md her 1 ' . A. shyness. U). Civil jdhnson ceased to jive. 1 1. Marie Forenian ceased to dance. ' 12. Rosa Basnight lost her pleasing personality. 1,1. 1 lattie Wright came to choiil un linie. 14. .StiT.alin Reid liecame serions. 15. Roland Rns ell liecami- amhitious. fi M;ir I ' .elle illianis ceasi-d to have admirer in getting so mativ telephone cal 17. .Margaret Shejipard jn t made a little noi e once. 18. Edge ille llri cketl didn ' t have Rosa I ' lclle and Corine. U). l)eloi llrockett didn ' t ha e Rosa i ' lcllean 1 Cdrine. 20. Mollouoo.l Wright without . ' teralin and Xcjah. 21 . Maude Masmi lost her ccjine hither per on.alilx . 2 ' 2. Cldria I ' lrown stoppe l w liting service men incognito. 2.1. -Xicholas (, ' opeland lost hi.s timiditx and tell in lo i 24. I ' e. ' itrice ll.ailex sinppeil fnssiniL; ahont nothing. cuAiiAcn:); rr Arrs A.Ml ' .ri ' K )US — XJcliiilas C(ii)cl;iii l. .Margaret SlK-ppanl. ( )scelleta Wilson. Mel- ton Selbv, Bertha Tillerv. A,M1. 1. LE — jvianita l.amli. Doris llaynes. Sarali Corprew, Kuliy l.onesonie, ( jcraldine Grimstead. ARTISTIC -- Clarenee Wlu-iton, (Jiieenie ICtlieridge, Kuliy Lonesome, Xicliolas Coiieland. ATT1 ACT1 ' 1- ' — Latn-a Smith, juanita l .inih. Catherine ) vens. Lorraine Lugh. Hortense Rnssell. i ' ertha Tillerv, MiMrecl Freeman. Madeline Streets. l ' )CSIXESS LIKP -- Martha I ' .err . .Melton Selh -. Lawrence Crewes. Clinton Caffee. CCOrF.R. TI ' E — I ' .ertha Tillerx. (Gloria i ' .roNvn. Rosa I ' .a.snis ' ht. James Cole- man. LSrncc IJreathwaite, Cahin Williams. C() SER T1A ' K - llolloxvood Uri.trlit. X ' oah r.rockctt. Rosa Basnis dit. Ear- lene Mnnden. Xaonii Lawrence. Camilla (jormandy. Martha Berry. niGXIFlEl) — Sarah Corprew. ' Jneenie Etheridge. ' ir,iL;iin ' a I assiter. Bertha LilleiN ' . Francis fcCov. FASFIK )X.- F)Lh " — Martha Berry. Jnanita Lamh. Mae Francis C.rimstead. Hor- tense Russell, X ' ifc finia Las.siter. HANDSOME — I. Clvde Sile j l W arnell Garrett, llrnce Breathwaite. Xehimiah Spence. Xicliolas Copeland. LXTELLKiEXT — Xicliolas Copeland. Gloria Brown. .Sarah Corprew. William Cor] rew. ( )scelleta Wilson. Ruli White. .Mar - ISraye. Melton .Selby. IITTERBL ' GS — Cleo John son . Marit- h oreman. Doris (latlin. Catherine ( wens. Ellen Grimstead. Laura Smith. Warnell C.arrett. Arthela Gardner. OL ' IET — Margaret SIiep]iard. Rosa Basnight. Xoah lirockett, Marleline Tvlne -. RELL-XBLE — CaKin W illiams. T- velyn Riddick. Rosa Belle Johnson. Celestine Edne ' . Shirle - Wright. S( )PHLSTICATE[ — I ' .ertlia Tillery. Lawrence Cruz. Ro.sa B.asnight. Bernice Johns. Margaret Shep])ard. r. LK. ' l " I ' E — Cleo JoJ nisoiy Alvfle Silci;, .Margie lla ni ' s. Catherine ( )wens. Doris Gatlin. .Marie l ' " oreman. Elaine l )eckett, Ruin Lonesome. EXCELLEXT — Senior Class of 194(3. S44 p niatiae4. SKNIOPuS 1. ' I he iiidst attractive ( x — jiianita I. ami). 1 2. Most liandsomc — Clyde Siier. ) 3. Must Ci«i])crative g ' ifl — nidria Piimw n. 4. Most con]XTativc boy — Xiclinlas Copclaiul. 5. Mcist lii ' illiant (w — ( ' iloria llrdwn. 6. M(i t brilliant 1)c)y - - Xiclmlas Ci pclaii(l. 7. M(Kt IniiiKirous ,s;irl — Maude Mason. 8. .NFost liiinKirous boy — Cleo J ilinson. -- 9. Neatest gifl — Juanita l.anib. 10. Neatest boy — Niclicilas Copeland. 11. Most po])ular girl — Juanita I.anib. 12. Must iio]iular boy — Roland Russell. 1,1. Seniov most likeK to sucei ' ed — Xiciiolas C ' oprland -.t. .•-iJ ' . 5 ' ■•-!5 •- ' • ' 5 5 • ;i v ' ••- •- •- • -!5 ' ••-« v.Cr-.Cr. ' .Cr ' - ' Crf in-. ,.Cr--.Cr- ' .Cr ' -Cr ' --Cr- ' . - ' -C ---.Cr- ' Cr - ' Cr - Bi44xeAi(Uw 4. wwows 1. Mcist IniiiK irons l;ii - Ivili.rt 1 lar cv. 2. M(i t luiiiKirous girl — l nli - W hitc. .1. Must attractive girl — Laura Smith. 4. Must liandMinu " — ariK-ll fiarrct. 5. Must lirilliant girl — Evelyn Kiddiek. 6. Mdsl lirilliant bov — William C nrprcw. 7. Fxiv that ' s must likely tn succeed — William t nrprew. ( " lirl that ' s most likely to succeed — E el n Kiddick. 8. Xeatest hny — ' arnell Oarret. 9. Xeatest girl — Martha i ' .erry. 10. Must | upular girl — Mary Brave. 1 1 .Must |iii]nilar l)i ' — arnell ( larret. 12. Most cnci])erative girl — Picrtha Tillery. 13. Must C(i(i]K ' rali e hoy — C ' lintim CaiTce. -• ' 5 ' v5 -S --!5 ' .v5 ' .-- --« ' vS ' -!5 ' -- vS J ' v Ky; --.C ..Cr- Cr- O ' ' .0 - ar Cr- Cr.- C .-.Cr.- 0 .-.Cr ' ' Cr. Su p e daUtiijed. SK)V () K) VS s. 9. 10. !1. 12. Alii ; allractivc girl - - X ' ir iiiia l.a - ilir. Must ])n ' lliam .i;iii — Sar;ili Cmpriw. Most hrilliant l.ov — Willanl I ' .dwanls. . ru t handsnine — C ' ahin illiains. -Must conjierativf girl.s — Sarah Ci)r])r(. and l liiiie IJccketl. Most C(i(i|)t ' rative hnv — Calvin Williams. Mdst Inmicirojas sjirl — Elaine llrckcU. Md t luini( irons Imy — Janu ' s CoU man. Neatest girl — ' irginia Lassiter. Xealest hnv — Herman liaxtcr. Must pciiiilar girl — Fahle jolm . Must pciimlar l " (i ' — Rierard l- ' erehee. -; ' .;. . 5 ' .- .-. .- .-..iJ ' .-. . .-..« .- 5 .- 5 ' .- . P ' .- 5 ' .- .v5 ' .- - -■■ c .jO .- Cr.y .-. .j - Cr ' Ci .j -.cr-yyj FRESHMAN 1 . Most atlr;icti c ' girl — Aniinnciic Cupflaiul. 2. Most liatiflsoiiic l)(iy — Xcliiniiali Spriici-. Jr. i. Most coo]KTati t ' girl — Alicr alkc. 4. Most Cf)operativc hoy — I awrence Cruz. 5. Most brilliant Imy - - Mrltnn Sclliy. ' 6. Most hrilliaiil girl — lli)rlcnsc Kiissrll. 7. Most Immc irons girl -- Dinali Lewis. 8. Most luiiniirou lici ' — T.iny Aloore. 9. Neatest girl — Qiieenie Etheridge. 10. Neatest boy — Willierl Mills. 1 1 . Pdimlar girl — Catlierine ! ens. 1-. .Must ]Mi])nlar li(i - - - (. ' h,irle I ' nller. .t ' ' - . ' - ' ' - 5t ' -t --!-5 ' - - ' .t- -vJ K 5 ' .t -.o .ij .t- .-.. t ' .-.. .t. . ' .. .i., . ' . .c. .i -.v5 ' V - ' - - a. 2y t ; r. " Y. : ' ( ■ ' . ' ;tr. i - •-0 Xl s 1 s . ■jnnA i ' y ■ ' i j - ' -i ' - v5 ' - 4 -- ' ' . .-iJ - ' - j -i ' t a§ : -.,i vi -.. . ' - .- 5 ' v9 -i -- i? -i? -d; ' .- . ' .i -« - ( -.- .-. SENIOR CLASS PLAY Kicked Old o GalUcf ' ' A College Farce in Three Acts by Walter Ben Hare I ' liiotlcs Bcriliiiw - Kicliulas Cniirhiiiil -- A iiniiuhir Sciiinr ' l " ad Chcsddiiu- - ( ' l (lc SIUt — The Cnllcgi- riU-tii Lex iticnis — Maiulc Mason — Tlic Ace of Spades Scolcli-McAllistLT — Margaret Slu-ppard — A I lavff Student Sliorty Long — Margie Haynes — On tlie CArv ( Inb Slivers MaGec — Martha Goffigan — , Happy jnnior Mr. Benjamin j. nc-nlmw — Hi ' llowocid Wright — ISootles ' Father r. Sand - McCann — Marie l-i rcman - Coach of tin- 1 ' ramatic Clnh Oflicir KiUy — Stearh ' n Rcid — I ' Voin ihr I ' jiicrald UU ' ' Ir. Gears — Cleo Jolmson — Of tiie Speed Motor G:ir Company Jonqin ' l Gray — Gloria Brown — The Little Chanftenr Hetty Benbow — Jnanita Lamb — Booties ' Sister Mrs. P.. J. Benbow — Rosa Basnight — Her Mi.tlur. a Politician " Ma " Baggsby — Rosa Johnson — A Popnhir Landlady Mrs. Mehitabel McCann — Corine Owens — Jealons Wife Selina MeCaini — Xina Copeland — .Age Tliirleen Mi- s Jnliet Snobbs — Beatrice Bailey — The College Stenograpber . flic. Mimi Muerette — Hattie right — . French Costnmer .Salamanca Spivins — Ed.aeviHe Brockelt — . Black ' ash-Lady ACT I. — A College Boarding Honse. Booties ' first little wife. - CT 11. — Snite in Hone nioon I ' lats. Bxiotles ' second little wife. . CT III — Same scene as . ct IL Booties ' third little wife. Place — Princess . nne Co. Training SchoiO. Time — Present Day. Time of Plaving — . boiit Two Honrs and b ' ifteen Minutes. iv? -. .--.4 --6o-., - i5nL .. . ,..., -i- - J ... .... ,- .vi .,i »C • i . 5r,..,i -, v5r,,, ... ..., ,,.., . . ,,,,5-.. ,., ,._ . i ,. BcUutato Uan Addn.eM. My Iriiiids, I am • m I -.vckonie you lo-nislH. Our graduating exercises wovilil l c in- complete witliout your pnsiuci and our parting from the school would he sad without your .U ' ood wishes. We feel that another guest is present at our assembly. He was not formally invited but his presence has been eagerly awaited by all of us. Our ears have been listenin,e an.xiuusly to hear him knock, and our eyes have been gazing sharpl at every stranger, lest we should see and fail to recognize him, for whose coming we so trustingly wait, and upon whom so much depends. This unseen guest is Opportunity. Our future rests with him. Tt is often said that Opportunity knocks hut once at every man ' s door. Perhaps in this modern age he wouldn ' t knock at all but call up on the telephone. And how tragic if w«- failed to reco.enize his voice when he said " Hello! " Chances have been neglected, careers have come to naught, battles have been lost, and fame has faded away, all because the protag .nist failed to recognize Opportunity when he came. Perhai s many of you are familiar with the poem of Edward Rowland Stdl. called " Opportunity. " which reads as follows : " This I licheld, or dreamed it in a dream : There spread a cloud of dust along a p ' ain : And underneath the cloucl. or in it. raged . furious battle, and men yelled, and swords Shocked upon swords and shields. . prince ' s banner Wavere l. tlun staggered backward, hemmed by foes. . craven hinig along the battles edge. And thought. ' Had I a sword of keener steel — That blue blade that the King ' s son bears — but this Blunt thing I ' He snapped and flung it from his hand. And lowering crept away and left the field. Then came the King ' s son. wounded, sore bestead. And weaponless, and saw the broken sword. Hilt buried in the dry and trodden sand. . nd ran and snatched it. and with battle shout Lifted afresh, he hewed his enemy down. . nd sa ed a .grtat cause that heroic da}. " The King ' s son saw the opportunity that the craven had failed to recognize and with it won a victory. Courage and a broken sword achic ed what fear never dared to dream of and saved a great cause. To many combatants in the battle of life the same disaster occurs. Lack of success is laid to lack of opportunity. How often we hear some one say. " If I had only been given his chance. I woidd have done even greater things than he has accomplished. " Of course it is true that epial opportunities do not come to all: that would be impossible. Hut it is equally true that many fail to see or to use what chances they have. They fancy that something just ahead or out of reach is the essential means of their success. " .-X sword of keener steel " or the blue blade of the King ' s son is not at hand, so they go down to defeat. Then along comes a sharp-eyed .soldier in the battle of competition, seizes the nearest weapon, the unused opportuin ' ty. and achie es his ambition. Wc sincerely hope that we shall all be at home when Opportunity knocks at our dtxjr, calls us on the telephone, or otherwise manifests an interest in us. May wc recognize him, receive him warmly, and make the best possible use of his presence, and may we never, never neglect him. Once more permit me to we ' come von as our guests on this, our last appearance as seniors of the Princess .Anne County Training School. When next we gather here we. too. shall be .guests, assembled to wish God-speed to some other Senior Class, as ambitious and happy as we. To-night we trust that our hospitality may be as gracious and as pleasing to you as we would have it. May you obtain as much satisfaction and delight from being here as we haxe in entertaining you on our last appearance as the Senior Class of 19-16. VcdeduUoA kiti iQdckeU « In some editorial writinss, Charles Dickens said long ago, " do not l elie e in stupidity us a common, natural gift. " There liave been moments in the past four years when our instructors disagreed with Dickens, but we hope those moments were not too frequent. ' I ' aking everything into considera- . tion, we feel that our periods of int ' lligence do, in a slight degree, outnumber our spells of stupidity. This is due. largely, to the painstaking efforts and earnest admonitions of our faculty adxisors. If we are not to he " men and women ot iKilite learning and a liberal education, " the Kault will lie in us for, to-night, as we are assembled here lor the last time, we realize more fully than ever before the ad anta,ye- that have been ours and the way in which tlie rugged path of higher learning has been smoothed for our stumling feet. Members of the board of trustees: On behalf of the class of 1946, I extend our heart felt thanks for the educational privileges yon have made it possible for us to enjoy. If, in the.vears to come, we pro e to be citizens worthy of our great country, remembering us as onlv a lew of the many In whose early years you laid a foundation of learning aspiration, and high ideals. To our Senior advisor. Principal and members of the faculty: Words are sadly inadequate to cotuey our emotions. Since the day we came to yon, eager, ignorant, and just a trifle frightened, you have given us lihrally of your time, experience, and wisdom. You have borne patiently with our youthful follies and t.ncoura.ged whatever latent ability you may have dis- cerned in us. You have taught us so skillfully that we have, with Milton, " beheld the bright countenance of Truth in the quiet and still air of delightful studies. " Because of you, we shall lea e high school and enter the busy striff of the e eryday world with the best possible preparation : namely, a sense of social obligation, an appreciation of the rights of others and of our relation to the world about us, an ability to use our leisure wisely, and, above all. with a determination to persevere in our chosen work, undaunted by rebuff or failure. There is no reward that can adequately compensate teachers lor the good they do. but we hope that the grateful thanks of their student.-, may in some slight measure show appre- ciation and un lerstanding. To you, our instructors, we can only say, parapbasing the famous words of Daniel Webster, " If you work upon marble, it will perish; if you work upon brass, time will efface it: if you rear temples, thiy will crumble into dust; but if you work upon immortal minds: if you imbue them with principles, with the just fear of God and love of your fellow " men, you engra e on those tablets something that will brighten to all eternity. " High School mates of the undergraduate classes, we part from you regretfully. And this time we have reason for such feeling. We entered here, assured of kindlv. expert guidance. e leave here to enter the vast school of experience in the workaday world, with no guide but our intelligence and no teacher .save the experience we are about to acquire. May we fare as well in tlie future as we have fared during our high school years. Having shared one another ' s joys and sorrows, successes and failures for so long, it is hard to say goodbye. Our mutual comi)anionship has been an inspiration and an incentive, which we shall miss in the future. Let us then, in its place, keep happy memories itf our years together, of the ideals towards the realization of v hich we aspire, and of our high school, of whose noble teachings we would prox e worthy. ■iv . ' -( . . ' - 5 ' ' - 5 ' -v« ' -- - S ' - ' - - ' -5 ' -- v5---- v5 ' .-«? ' --4 | ■ ' -- --i v5 ' -- -- .- . ' -« - .-i ' .v5 ' -- .- i .- .- 5 ' .v5 ' - CONGRATULATIONS -:- BEST WISHES To CONGRATULATIONS -:- BEST WISHES To c ia 6 (Zi e J With tlu onmpktidii nt the work un thi- 19+) Maroun-Tis er we realize that withnut the help 111 certain iiuKiduals and uronps the pnhlicalion of tliis annual WdiiUl imt liave been possible. We wsh to express imr sincere appreciation to tlie tollowins; : W. 1 . Thompson Ct . for ' .heir assistance in the making of our photographs and their many other valuable services. Mr. Robert L. Gordon, advisor, whose interest and continuous guidance and assistance have inspired tlie work of the entire stafl ' . Those who have rendered valuable assistance with, the write-ups. The Student Body and Faculty for their continued cooperation. Gloria Brown. Ruby White. Juanita Lamb, who have given generously of their time and efforts ir. tlie preparation of reports, pictures and copy of this volume. ROBERT L. GORDON " , . dvisor and Sponsor of Maroon Tiger ! I ■ I I Com iHiiiviits II j aun al and Quide t %«®8S888 S6i SS!g8S®SSSfe«SS«S888®SSfe«S«e8gSS88«fe sSi jS!=J=5»5r«««:»; aa=;s5;!«5 !S5?5»!»5i ;s GREBTIXCS RYALL ' S COMMUNITY STORE Phone 2-9402 774 B. Ave. T.C.JONES l-iiiuy drocrric ' s Chinese Corner Va. Beach Blvd. DINE DANCE at TILLERY ' S DINING ROOM Lake Smith Norfolk, Va. rroprli ' lor — R. Tillery F.M.WHITEHURST General Merchandise Lynnhaven, Va. HUGHES GROCERY General Merchandise Lvnnhaven, Va. WILSON GROCERY CO. General Merchandise R. F. D. No. 1 Telephone Princess Anne 122 Princess Anne. a. I JAX]: S liKAl ' TV SHOPPK Liicateil iin Seatacls llii;h a I Route 1 Box 161 Phone 1214 Mrs. Mar |. Ilxnian. ( i . ' iu-r COXGR.ITLL.ITIOXS. ' CLASS OF 1946 The Employees Officials BIRSCH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY I Norfolk (S: a, P.each. a. ATLANTIC GROCERY CO. j Quality Groceries and Meats ! Atlantic Ave. Phone 70 j Virginia Beach, ' a. : R. J. MURDEN SON ( JeiKTiil .Merchandise Meats — Groceries — Hardware Phone 213 — Pleasant Ridge Virginia A Friend Cdiiipimuiits (tf SCHOOL CAFETERIA E. F. ETHERIDGE GROCERY General Mercluuuhse 1400 E. Princess Anne Rd. Norfolk, Virginia NORFOLK AUTO SERVICE | STATI ON 1458 Chapel St. Xcirfiilk, irijinia ( ' .. W. ALstiin. I ' rop. i Coiiiplinu ' iils ( ' I " EL CHOCLO ' S " SOCIAL and SAVING ' S CLUB Norfolk, Virginia C.lilll I ' liii vill (if FRIEND ' a nion Morgan I Mt. OLIVE BAPT. CHURCH ] e . . P. Jones — I ' as or Mr. II. I.. K.ihinsdn — CVcrA- Ivi Meetintr — Second and tourtli Sundays C. p. LAND GROCERIES - MEATS General Merchandise Lundi.in Uridire. a. ' 5!88SSSS SfefeS«a aS S5s S;g««S8S!SSSS S«SS«88®8SgSS«S8S®SS«SaS 8S«SSS®SSS: e® !S««5=?S:SS«»«=?: «!?8SSg »5»5»!=5 %5s I I l FORBES CANDIES 17th Atlantic A e. Va. Beacli, Va. PET DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. Ice Cream, Pasteurized S I Milk and other Dairy Products Si Xnrtiilk. ' irt:inia I C.dlllpllDlcllts nf FRIEND Ml " . TliDiiias I oi(J NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY 705 West 25th Street Norfold 8, Virsrinia Coiiipliiiieuls lij EUREKA LODGE Norfolk, irijiiiia BARNES ' GROCERY [■am Liroccncs Route 2, Box 389 a. IV-acli l ' iiiiilt. ' ar(l Phone 44817 ]fesjS«8S8SgS5f! 8: ge8» ;fe !«8? ff ®S«8S«;S® « 5=?SS8S8; :?5 8: S«eSSeS;?;?5 ;§::?Si5:s and... Coke for all BOTTliD UNDER AUTHORITT OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. 731-739 Duke Streel Xoifolk 7, ' ir i ia I Phone 22383 -22384 cM ' all ' l fiake n if, DANDEE BREAD - OLD VIRGINIA CAKES 1015-1019 High Street Portsmouth, Virg-inia Phone 736 tfefefeiSfeSSi SgSfefe SBeSSS S Sfe gBfefefefe e?=«®eSSeSSSSS8g®®=«S««e%S SSS5S:SSS®»8g®®8S««8;?» 8SS«Sg««8S8?5S58SS88;»S8» (..dill jil nu Ills iij FRESHMAN CLASS l-B-2 Ik ' nliice Woodhoiisc — Sponsor I. Phone 35846 Wedding and Family Groups Taken at your Home Jdo ' l PORTRAIT STUDIOS Personal Portraits — Modern Photography 432 Main Street Opposite the Monunienl Presenled by A. Ixusscll (.umpbcil Norfolk, N ' iiiiiiiia SS«i fee s ), ? ' ? ' gS®85i?8S;?J »««8®®8«5 5?;?;» «s 55«S8 ? (.jill pHli cllh II j I JUNIOR CLASS I • I 1 ! Frederick Uogers — Sponsor I I Coiiiplniioih of SOPHOMORE CLASS I lallit ' L. (ioodiiuin — Spoiisoi " f®5«: = = 8gSS8®«:»:?SS%8g«SSS««!?;?«!58Sg55SgS=«»?: I Dial 2-3645 Dial 3-0870 W« R.Thompson Co, 209-11-13 hullstreet.p.o. box 313 Richmond 2. Va. PRINTED ANNUALS Complete From Photographs to Binding Individual and Group Photos ? School Record Photos A Card Will Briii;; Our Ki ' pri ' si ' Mtativc tii Discuss This Si-rvicp With Vi: ! I FRESHMAN CLASS 1-B-l .Mr. X. I,. Ivdliinsdii — S oisor (j l cl . of I). P. PAUL CO. I ' iiic Jcu-clry Granbv St.. Norfolk, Va. I Coiiipliiiieiili of FRESHMAN CLASS l-B-3 Mr. Charles K. Wilson — Spon.sor J S!Bfefei;!W=5?SS»:Ssfefe fei=4i4sSfeS; ;SBi:4S d JjjU AJp .
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