Virginia Beach Junior High School - Lookout Yearbook (Virginia Beach, VA)
- Class of 1969
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when speaking of a man who gives up
his afternoons so that VBJ HS might have a better football and basketball teamg a man who
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Mr. E.E. Brickell
'd the foundation for reorgani-
Mr. Brickell, after a year as our Superintendant, has lar
zation of our system. Through his leadership, we have seen a strengthening in the position of
subject area supervisors, a change in the administrative set-up, the beginning of construction
of three new junior highs, one of which will be operated on the modular system which is the
tirst of its kind in this area, and the redistribution of school districts so that sudents will
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attend the school closest to them in
Our favorite pose!!!!!!
Mr. Charles A. Perkinson
In the fall Mr. Perkinson will once again be respon-
sible for opening a new school, Kempsville Junior High.
He is well-prepared for this role having served as
principal of VBJH for the past three years as well as
having served in the administration of Kempsville and
Bayside High Schools. Those of us who have benefitted
from his leadership wish him well in his new assignment.
Really, Mr. Perkinson, we didn't do it!
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Mr. Coulthard, having served our administration well for the
past three years, will once again return to the classroom in the fall.
As our assistant principal he has become a familiar figure with a
wide range of responsibilities including the disciplining of students
and supervising teachers, We are confident that success will follow
Mr. Coulthard when he agains assumes the role of a teacher.
Mr. William H. Jeter
Mr. Jeter, a native of South Carolina, will return to his home-
land next fall as an assistant principal. For the past three years,
Mr. Jeter has served as our Administrative Assistant. His chief
responsibilities have included handling the buses, scheduling, and
helping to coordinate lunch activities. We wish him the best in his
endeavors next year.
Our school nurse, Mrs. James, shares a large amount of respon-
sibility in our school, Her duties include: accurately checking and
recording attendanceg being responsible for passes to and from
schoolg and, of course, caring for all those who become ill in
school. She also, through her warm smile and pleasant personality,
aids many of our students with their problems.
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Mrs. Betty James, R.N.
Mrs. Theresa Cook, Director
The Guidance Department, headed by Mrs, Cook, exists to help the stu-
dent: understand his abilities, interests and special aptitudesg to obtain infor-
mation about educational and vocational opportunitiesg and to make
appropriate adjustments and choices. Its responsibilities include: an orien-
tation program in the fall for all incoming studentsg the coordination and
administration of a standardized test programg supervision and maintenance
of cumulative foldersg registration and schedule changesg the distribution of
educational and vocational informationg parent conferencesg group guidanceg
Mrs. Jeannie S. Rickard
Mrs. Mary Artrip
Our oftice staff is composed of Mrs. Artrip and Mrs. Tyndall.
Mrs. Artrip is responsible for monthly reports which includes
checking registers, correspondence, handling transcrip and record
materials, and assisting in the registration process.
Mrs. Tynda11's responsibilities include: handling all money
transactions in the school, bookkeeping, correspondence, and
handling mimeographed materials. Both of these ladies are an
integral part in the smooth running of the school.
2- Office Personnel
. .I Mrs. Flora Tyndall
Miss Harriett Gutterman
B.A. Longwood College
Mrs. Mary P. Maddux
University of Virginia
Mrs. Janet Patterson
The English Department, under the direction o '
fmilttempts to teach techniques of writing, basic grammar skills,
and an appreciation of various literary works. The English classes
are grouped into superior, average and remedial sections. Each
grouping is taught according to the needs and abilities of its stu-
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Mrs. Suzanne Forehand Mrs. Sherry Quesenberry Miss Anne Van Wagoner
English 8 English 8 English 9
B.A. William and Mary B.S. Old Dominion College B.A. N.C. Wesleyan College
Mr. James M. Cook
B.S. Univ. of Georgia
In the Arts department are found subjects and activities such as Industrial Arts,
Home Economics, Art, the Library, and Music, Our Industrial Arts program,
taught by Mr. Cook, includes General Shop, Woods I and Drafting I. The shop
course is an introductory course in which students are given the opportunity to
familiarize themselves with the concepts and equipment used in the shop. Woods
I is a beginning course in working with wood materials whereas Drafting I is a
start in mechanical drawing. Home Economics is a program designed to produce
students who will be proficient in the areas of cooking, sewing, budgeting,
cleaning and decorating the home. Our Art classes are designed to give the stu-
dents a background in the history of art and to teach them the basics of painting,
sketching, sculpting, and perspective drawing. Mr. Dorosz's classes also provide
the students with an opportunity to explore a possible talent field.
The Library, headed by Miss Edwards, is a resource area where the students
may come to research topics, to select books for pleasure, or to peruse the wide
assortment of magazines and newspapers available there. The Music Department is
separated into the Band and Chorus. Mr. Olds, the band director Cnot pictured
because of absencej, has created a Beginners' Band, Marching Band, and a Concert
Band. The Chorus Department, under the direction of Miss Treakle, has been
divided into various groups and presents several concerts each year. In addition to
vocal training, the students receive instruction regarding the history of music and
training in reading music.
Mrs. Faye D. Dekker
B.A. Greensboro College
Miss Betty Edwards
Mr. Raymond Dorosz
B S Old Dominion
B.S. Longwood College
Miss Gayle M. Treakle
B. Mus. Ed., Madison
Mrs. Jean McGovern
B.A. Univ. of Okla.
Mrs. Helen Hill
Old Dominion College
Mrs. Georgeanne Londeree
B.A. Westhampton College
Mr. Harvey Martin
B.A. Virginia Union
Our foreign language department is divided into tive courses:
Latin I, Latin II, French I, French ll, and Spanish I. The overall
objectives for these courses are very similar. They include the
following: to increase the understanding of elements in the foreign
languages which are related to English, to develop an elementary
knowledge of the general principles of the foreign language
structureg to increase the student's ability to express ideas more
effectively in Englishg and to develop a cultural and historical
background of the countries involved.
Mr. Cecil Myers Mr. Eugene White
Physical Education Physical Education
Norfolk State College Old Dominion College
Members of the Health and Physical Education Department,
headed by Coach Ingram, have many objectives they hope to
achieve each year. In their physical titness program, they are con-
oemed with developing certain muscular skills in their students as
well as teaching th anatomical and physiological aspects that pro-
duce them. In addition to the physical program, health principles
are taught through the health classes. In the health classes, the
students are taught the principles of sound nutrition, the proper
practices regarding communicable diseases, and effective personal
hygiene procedures. Through both the physical and health pro-
grams, the students are encouraged to spend a proportionate share
of their leisure time engaged in fitness or recreational activities.
Mi. John A. Ingram
Physical Education 8
B.S. Old Dominion College
Health and Physical Education
Miss Sarah A. Aycock Mr. Willie L. Braye Miss S. Diane Collins
Physical Education 9 Physical Education 9 Physical Education 8
B.S. East Carolina Univ. B.S. Norfolk State B.S. East Carolina Univ.
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Under the leadership of Mr. Copeland, the Math Department
has several overall objectives. In Unified Geometry, the students
acquire geometric facts and the ability to think creatively. Algebra
I introduces the students to the language of sets and provides an
understanding of set relations. Math 8 and 9 attempts to develop
the ability to think through a problem and determine what units
are needed in developing a solution. ln Remedial Math, the stu-
dents are taught to prepare for use of everyday mathematics, and
to gain a sense of organization and logical thought which can be
extended to other areas. The instilling of the ability to think
logically and building an understanding of the principles governing
addition, substraction, multiplication and division are but a few of
the objectives of Math 7.
Mr. Harrell D. Copeland
Math 9, Geometry
B.S. Wake Forest
M.A. East Carolina
Mr. Shade W. Griffm Mr. Larry A. Harmon Miss Judith A. Lockridge
Math 8, Algebra Math 7 Math 8, Algebra
B.S. Old Dominion B.S. Kansas State Univ. B.S. William and Mary
Miss Abby Starke
B.A. Sweet Briar
, Mrs. Janet N. Tyler
The Science Department under the leadership of Mrs. Long has
two prime objectives: to develop in the student a greater interest
in the world in which he lives as well as an interest in the other
living things of the worldg to aid the student in acquiring a
scientific method for interpreting that world. The program is
divided into three courses including Science 7, Life Science 8, and
Introductory Physical Science 9.
Science 7 is designed to develop in the students understandings
of scientific principles and to stimulate an interest in the various
branches of science. Lif Science 8 is developed as an introductory
course for Biology and is well-suited for those who have had no
previous exposure to Life Science. Through developing lab skills,
Introductory Physical Science 9 trains pupils to think and develop
skills in problem solving.
Miss Linda Bolam Mrs. Ann C. Joynt
Life Science 8 IPS, Physical Science
B.S. Longwood B.S. Longwood
Mr. Edward G. Holmes Mrs. Julia G. Sweeney
Science 7, Math 7 Science 7
B.S. Frederick College B.S. Longwood College
Mrs. Elisa J. Long
Life Science 8
Mrs. Suzanne Thompson
Life Science' 8
B.S. Wake Forest College
Mrs. Cynthia C. Walker
B.S. Va. State College
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The Social Science Department, with Mrs. Smith as its chair-
man, is interested in creating an awareness in the student of his
heritage and the conditions of his present world. This is taught in
relation to history's effect on the student himself.
The department is divided into four courses: History 7, History
8, World Geography, and World History. History 7 is an extensive
investigation of the history of the state of Virginia and its relation-
ship to the rest of the United States. A study of the history of the
U.S. from its inception to the present comprises the History 8
course. World Geography is a study of the geographical conditions
affecting the histories of the various countries in the world. World
History, designed for the college-bound student, is a review of the
course of the history of the world. Many new approaches, such as
the inductive approach and the Harvard Project method, are used
in the teaching of these courses.
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Mr. Herbert T. Bailey
English 7, History 7
B.S. East Carolina Univ.
Mrs. Judith M. Murray
B.S. East Carolina
Mrs. Sharron H. Smith
World I-listory, World Geo.
Mr. W.K. Stow, Jr.
lf? Math 8, History 8
B.S. U.S. Naval Academy
Miss Patricia L. Vakos
History 8, World Geo.
B.A. William and Mary
Mrs. Mary M. Winslow
Mrs. Anne Henry
B.S., M.A. Longwood
Miss Catherine Shesso
Our Special Education program consists of two Special Edu-
cation classes, a Corrective Reading program and a Speech
Therapy program. Miss Shesso and Mrs. Gross, our two Special
Education teachers, specialize in teaching each of their students on
an individual basis according to the abilities and needs of the
students. Our Corrective Reading program has been designed to
diagnose reading problems and set up a program on an individual
basis to correct the problem. Mrs, Henry is our full-time reading
teacher who is aided on Monday and Wednesday by Mrs. Mary
Ann Williams. Mrs. Peggy Sheets, who comes every Thursday, is
our speech therapist who works with those having speech diffi-
Mr. Cheryl Sheets
B.S. East Carolina
Mrs Loretta Gross
Mrs. Janet Harrier
Mr. Luther Olds Mr.Floyd Allen
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Left to right: President, G. Pontes
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The Student Cooperative Association is organized for all
members of the student body of Virginia Beach Junior High
School. The duties of the SCA are to regulate better relations
between students and teachers, to establish an honorable relation
among students, and to contribute to the school's welfare. This
year the SCA, under the guidance of Mrs. Smith, planned school
dances, sponsored a food drive for Christmas, decorated our
Christmas tree, and conducted assemblies on worthwhile topics.
First Row: Mrs. Smith, B. Williams, F. Malbon, C. Hillegass, D.
Fairchild. Second Row: B. Tebele, M. Freeman, J. LaGarde,
Dupree, J. Jordan, A. Yates, S. Erhard, N. Neil, B. Taylor,
Rhodes. Third Row: J. Pendleton, S. Burke, M. Ayvazian,
Cooke, H. Bakery Z. Goranson, K. Burns, A. Martin, J. McKnight.
Fourth Row: J. Dickson, L. Moy, J. Cromwell, F. Burten, T.
Talbert, J. Davis, B. Phillips, A. Bristol, S. Patterson.
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The InterClub Council is composed of the vice-presidents of all
clubs. ICC led by Frank Malbon, under the direction of Mrs.
Smith, approves all social, financial, and recreational activities
sponsored by the clubs.
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First Row: K. Rice, F. Malbon, P. Alred. Second Row: S. Cole, J. Cooke, M. Gilliam J. Jordan, J. LaBello. Third Row: W. Terry, A.
Sidwell, A. Butler, P. Cooke, J. Harmon, Mrs. Smith.
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The Lookout Staff, with a relieved sigh, is said to
have achieved their goal. Their goal was to please the
students of the present even more tl1a.n the students of
the past, by way of "creating" an everlasting memory of
a school to be well respected. The Annual this year is a
symbol of the Seahawk Spirit which we all hope will be
shown by the students wherever they go. The Lookout x W. :,-lg '-'T
Staff is proud of their annual, a reminder of Virginia 3 F
Beach Junior High, and we hope that the student body EV ,f if- qzzu HHE. ? uzlzh I 2
is also. For the third successive year Mrs. Joynt and Mrs. ,Y ' "ii, if
Rickard have contributed their time and effort to fulfill - :-: -V " ' "
the needs of a successful annual. The annual staff would Z 'T' i l' 3 ' I 'N
l.ike to thake this opportunity to again express their t '- X'
thanks, and hope that they may take pleasant memories
of this school with them wherever they go. Jeanne Pendleton Tina Fersing
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First Row: Z. Goranson, K. Rogers, S. Scarborough, S. Cole, M. Gilliam, P. Wilhoit. Second Row: J. Davis, P. Moore, P. Walton, S.
Erhardt, A. Hillegass, T. Conroy, K. Burns, C. Strickland. Third Row: R. Preston, S. Litchfield, M. Dee, D. McClurg, G. Ailstock, L.
Flacomio, K, White, T. Fersing.
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Margaret Gilliam . . .
Susan Cole ..... . . .
Peyton Wilhoit .... . . .
Kim Rogers ...... .
Carol Strickland . . .
Zoe Goranson . . . .
T1naFers1ng ....... . . .
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. Business Manager
. . .Faculty Editor
. . . . Class Editor
. . . . Class Editor
. .Activities Editor
. . . . Sports Editor
The members of the Annual Staff cover a wide range of activities for the yearbook.
Kneeling lift to right: Ricky Romano, Tom Fanney, Frank Malbon. Standing left to
right: Chiis Small, Linda Schmidt, Pinky Cooke, Pam Webb, Ann Sidwell, Lynne
Neal, The Seal
VanWagn0e1' and Mrs. Quesenberry
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Leads the Field in News and Views
Our school newspaper, the Sandpiper, was a complete success
this year. The sponsors, Miss VanWagoner and Mrs. Quesenbcrry,
have worked hard and brought out the true qualities of a great
newspaper. They have designed a paper filled with information
interesting to all members of the student body. It contained such
things as interviews, sports scores, comical features and satires.
The art work was exceptionally good this year and added to the
great spirit of the mighty Seahawks.
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. . . . Pinky Cook 8t Sidwell
.. . . .Chris Small
. . . .Lynda Schmidt
Sports Editor ...... ................. F rank Malbon
. . . Tom Fanney 8a Ricky Romano
Assistant Editors . . .
Feature Editor .,...
Clubs Editor .........
School Affairs Editor .... . . . .
Art Editors .......
Photographer ............................ Scott Anderson
Reporters ....................... Ceil Hillegass, J. Cooke, W.
Terry, E. Fears, B. Wade, B. Tebele, M. Graham, S. Ratner, P.
Evans, S. Fox, S. Gibowski, L. Plumeau, J. Barco,J. Anderson,
S. Warren, C. Holland, R. Arnold, D. Martin, A. Tebele, M.
Kirk, M. Appleton, A. Peters, B. Whitehurst, S. Rowe, I. Wade.
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First Row: left to right: Miss VanWagoner, C. Small, L. Schmidt,
L. Jarrett, A. Sidwell, P. Webb, P. Cooke, E. Fears, Mrs
Quesenberry. Second Row: J. Barco, C. Holland, D. Martin, C
Hillengass, W. Terry, J. Cooke, J. Anderson, P. Allred, M. Graham
Third Row: P. King, M. Kirk, S. Fox, B. Wade, S. Warren, R.
Romano, T. Fanney, I. Wade, S. Rathner. Fourth Row: P. Evans,
F. Malbon, A. Perers, B. Tebele.
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This year's Pep Club was a great success. The club's main
purpose was to help the cheerleaders promote school spirit.
Q Besides signs and victory pins, strong voices were also a part of this
w"'f"'l' .e spirit. Throughout the 1968-69 football and basketball seasons,
X .5 A ' the Pep Club came through with buses or carloads to some of the
' away games. Aside from school spirit, the Pep Club also sponsored
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Y-Teens Love Life
The Y-Teens is a girls' club under the direction of Vakos. It has
been one of the most active clubs in the school. Along with
helping the needy and having money raising projects, the members
of various clubs in Virginia Beach joined each other in having a
mid-winter semi-formal dance.
Miss Vakos Sponsor
Sue Scarborough Kathy Rice Pat Moore Celeste Lassiter
Vice-President Secretary T1'eaS111'Cr
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Mr. Raymond Dorosz, Sponsor
' Left to right: Mr. Dorosz, M. Poindexter, J. Jordan, K. Rogers, M.
The Art Club, though small, plays an active part in the school also set up displays in the library and enlightened us with the
life at V.B.J.H.S. During the year, the Art Club has been Christmas spirit. It is under the direction of Mr. Dorosz that the
responsible for the decorations seen in our hallways. They have members of the Art Club develop talent.
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First Row left to right: Mr. Dorosz, M. Poindexter. Second Row: Gregory, K. Burns, N. Holland. Third Row: J. Bond, R. Beckett,
K. Haubold, S. Fox, K. Caldwell, K. Fitzgerald, M. Myers, K. P. Nystedt,I.Wade,C. Hawk,J.Claypool.
Miss Bolam President
The Science Club, sponsored by Miss Bolam, had several field
trips this year among other projects. The club was organized to
further increase the students' knowledge of science by observation
and experimentation. Janice LaBeuo
First ROW leff to right: Helly Baker, Janice LaBe1l0, Margaret Row: D. Cournoyer,B. Braithwaite,S. Mace, P. Altee, J. Haf1in,P.
Myers- Second ROW: Chr1S Karcher, R- Farrar, L- Bennett, R. Abel, A. Hayden. Fourth Row: R. Amold, R. Laurischeff, B.
Turner, B. Read, M. Hus, D. Nelson, C. Gardner, T. King. Third Dean, R. Holton, J. Dickson, C. Hawk, J. Brown.
Mrs. Dekker Sponsor
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The Future Homemakers of America is an
organization for students taking home economics.
The FHA was organized to promote better skills in
homemaking, such as cooking, sewing, better
grooming and child care.
First Row: J. Riggs, P. A1lred,W. Wood, J. Lee. Second Row: J. Cauley, D. Themides, Mrs. Dekker, H. Baker, B. Durham.
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Row: D. Bowdcr, M. Allen, G. Alderman, K. Henderson.
Head Majorettc Wendy Wood and Mascot Rosemary.
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The Marching Band poses in full uniform with their instruments.
The Band, under the direction of Mr.
Olds this year, is divided into the
Beginners, Band, the Marching Band and
the Concert Band. The Beginners Band is
for those with little training in band,
while the Concert Band is designed for
those who are skilled in music. The
Marching Band usually performs in the
Oyster Bowl parade as well as in the
Armed Forces Day'pa1'ade.
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Hughes, B. Copeland, D. Payne.
First Row: C. Cheatham, G. Alderman, C. Hawk, A. Woodies, B. Churchwell, A. Price. Second Row: W. Wood, P. Roman, E. Boettner, H.
Olds, J. Hughes, E. Marsh, T. King.
Members of the Seventh Grade Chorus are pictured Above.
The members of the Concert Chorus are: First Row: M. Wise, S. Patterson, B. Barnard, D. Talley, R. Weiger, C. Hoggard, D. Rowe,
Laine, E. Gaddy, M. Skaggs, C. Griffin, B. Felton, V. Barrett. Second Row: J. Osborne, L. Jarrett, R. Felton, P. King, M. Graham
Boice, R. Fortier, R. McKee, C. Howard, S. Vakos, C. Gardner, L. Dupree, T. Fersing, S. Borland. Third Row: D. Butts, S. Litchfield,
Preston, M. Roush, T. Curtis, J. Bond, A. Plumeau, C. Karcher, K. Preston, R. Rann, M. Purvis, D. Grimstead.
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Choms Officers include: First Row: M. Arcesc, L. Jarrett, C
The Chorus, under the direction of Miss Treakle, have had the Strickland, J, Hmmons D. Hubbmd. Second ROW: N. Bames, C
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Concert was said to be a delightful collection of well-learned
songs. After class periods of work they hope that their Spring
Concert will turn out even better. Even though they work to
achieve their goal-chorus always seems to bring pleasure to the
students. The music Department also hopes to put on another play
this year, for their success in the play "Oliver" last year has left
Chorus Ensemble members are: First-Row: C. Karcher, K. Haubold, B. Wade, R. Preston, S. Litchfield, K. Caldwell. Second Row: S
Jones, B. Barnard, L. Schmidt, L. Jarrett, R. Solomon, D. McC1urg, C. Strickland.
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First Row: l. Williams, B. Fiore,J. Burford, R. Romano, D. Hannon. Second Row: M. Schriver, G. Myers, B. Washington, L. Troutman
Third Row: R. Lavrischeff, K. Jones.
Seahawks' Successful Season
Football Managers include: F. Malbon, C. Goffigan, M. Freeburn, H. Barnes, T.
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The 1968 VBJ H Seahawks had a very suc-
cessful year with a record of 5-1. The
Seahawks started off the season with a victory
of 6-0 over Bayside. A week later we won in a
drenching game over Princess Ann. The score
was 13-0. In the following three games We
continued to remain undefeated. We beat the
Braves of Kempsville in a 13-6 game, Norfolk
Catholic for a 14-7 game and then we
stomped Kellam in a 21-0 game. It was in our
last game that we lost to the older players of
Norfolk Academy. Led by Coach Bgaye and
Coach Ingram we succeeded in improving our
record. The Annual Staff and the entire stu-
dent body Would like to congratulate the
team, led by Ricky Romano, George Myers,
and Bruce Washington.
Head Coach Braye and Coach Ingram watch the game.
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Miles C Johnson W Sessoms F. Ma1bon,J. Henderson,Coach Braye,M. Fauber.
Seahawk Cage Team
The 1968-69 Cage Team, under the leadership of Coach Braye, has
suffered the pains of a building year this season. Although our scoring record
does not indicate it, our boys have improved tremendously as the season has
progressed and we of the Annual Staff are very proud of the showing they
have made for our school. Some of our outstanding players have been Toby
Miles, our leading scorer, Tom Fanney, Spencer Goffigan, Parks Atkinson,
Will Sessoms, Larry Diettrich, James Henderson, and Frank Malbon. The
Seahawks will once again participate in the Norfolk Invitational Tournament
to be held in March.
Does Its Thing
Seahawks 45 . . . .... Norfolk Chlistian 63
Seahawks 29 . . . .... Norfolk Catholic 85
Seahawks 29 . . . ..., Norfolk Academy 34
Seahawks 72 . . . .... Portsmouth Catholic 56
Seahawks 45 . . . .... Frederick Military Academy 74
Seahawks 36 . . . .... Norfolk Academy 45
Seahawks 56 . . . .... Norfolk Catholic 94
Seahawks .32 . . . .... Carolton Oaks 67
Seahawks 5 7 . . . .... Portsmouth Catholic 67
Seahawks 45 . . . .... Barry Robinson 59
And Toby sinks another one for two!!!!!!!!
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Perform on the Floor
Basketball At Its Best
Jump up, jump up, get it, get!!!!!
Can you find the difference?
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Dave Rnnn Bob Batchelor Clay Manson
Tom Cason George Myers Frank Malbon
Rick Lavrischeff Bruce Washington Chris McGill
Coach John Ingram
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I968-9 Cheerleaders Lead
Windy Terry, Co-Sponsor Abby Yeatts
The Way To School Spirit
Cell Hillegass Chris Small
Miss Lockridge, Sponsor
The cheerleaders this year have cheered the mighty
"Seahawks" on to victory in the 1968-69 sports season.
With the help of the Pep Club, the cheerleaders have
distributed posters throughout the halls and have pro-
moted school spirit and enthusiasm throughout the stu-
dents at VBJ H. The cheerleaders are under the direction
of Miss Lockridge.
Miss Lockridge explains a cheer to the girls.
, The cheerleaders perform at half-time.
The cheerleaders watch from the sidelines
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Dr. 81 Mrs. H.T. Kennedy
Oceana Feed and Hardware
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The members of the 1969 Lookout would like to express their sincere appreciation to
the following people for their contributions to the third volume of the Lookout.
To lVlr. Richard Dyer and his son Courtney for their outstanding photography, and
also to Richard for his delivery work.
To lVlr. John Perry of Hunter Publishing Co. for his aid in designing.
To Delmar for the individual class pictures.
To Mr. Martin for his invaluable assistance.
To Mr. Ray Dorosz, Kit Gregory, and Ronald Dean for their art work.
To Mrs. Harrier for procuring advertisements for the yearbook.
To the faculty and administration for their unfailing cooperation.
To the husbands who put up with the wives during the production of this book.
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