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The HURRICANE 

OF VIRGINIA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 

1955 



Lena Hutsenpiller Editor in Chief 

Robert Greene Associate Editor 

Charles Nelms Business Manager 



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HURRICANE 




VIRGINIA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



DEDICATION . . . 

TO OUR PARENTS AND FRIENDS IN 
THE COMMUNITY 



^o iioii. our ijarenti and Iriendi In the coinniunltii, 
we acatcate flii.i. /lie / 933 ^J^urricanc. ^n lliLs wau, 
we wlili to e\i}re.i.s cur ajJiyreciatlon lor the sincere in- 
terest iiou liat'c jltown ana tlie tonal .sunnorf tioii nave 
niven to mj in att cur cnacai'ors. I'l'itlt tlie line be- 
qinninq uou liaue made I70.i.ul>te, we and our Scliool 
can hut move jorward to niqlicr acliievemcnt.s. 



SCHOOL BOARD 




Left to Right: Mr. Fruiik \\. Cox, Mr. R. A. Walton, Dr. Walter Taylor, Mr. Kenned Jard, and Mrs. 
Mary Bond Ray. 



Mr. Frank W. Cox 

Division Superintendent 

Princess Anne County and 

Virginia Beach City Schools 



Members of Board 



Dr. Walter Taylor 
Mr. R. A. Walton 



Mrs. Mary Bond Ray 
Mr. Kenned Jard 



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The FACULTY and 
ADMINISTRATION 




JAMES A. JOHNSON. JR. 
PRINCIPAL 



We, the students of Virginia Beach High School, feel that 
in our principal. IVir. James A. Johnson. Jr., we have a friend 
who has shown a genuine interest in helping each of us and 
has. bv the same token, huilt a better school for everyone. 



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MRS. MARGARET JETER 

Assistant Principal and Guidance 
Director 

We wish to express our gratitude to 
Mrs. Margaret Jeter who has guided us 
kindly and competently through our 
high school years. Her direction has 
given us the incentive to be better citi- 
zens in school and in the communitv. 




FACULTY 




Iiss Billie J. BarhfT 


Mr. Flo.vd H.-irnes 


Miss Patricia Bowry 


Airs. Nora Coniminiale 


Mr. James Cook 


B. A. 


B. A. Sc. 


B. S. Physical Education 


B. S. Distributive 


B. S. 


Lonsrwooil Colletre 


riiivi-rsil.v (il Toniiilo 


Richmond Professional 
Institute 


Education 

RichnHMiil t'l-ofcssional 

Institute 


rnivcrsily of Georgia 


Mrs. Theresa Cook 


Miss Nell Copley 


Mr. Obed Day 


Miss Betty Edwarils 


Miss Ethel Evans 


B. S. 


B. S. Business 


B. S. 


B. S. and B. L. S. 


B. A. 


HiintiiiirfoTi f'f)llpirf 


Education 
Lon^wood Colleg-e 


Appalachian State 

College 

M. Ed. 
Springfield College 


Long-wood College 


Wonlans College 

University of North 

Carolina 



FACULTY 




Mrs. Fram-es Evei-toii 


Mr. .lark Evertoii 


Miss Catlienne Hos-i 


Miss Rebecea Hoopel- 




Mrs. Jnlia Hndgins 


B. S. 


B. S. 


A, B. 


B. S. 




B. A. M. A. 


East Carolina Colleire 


East Carolina Collet'e 


Lonywood Colleire 


Madison College 


I 


niversity of Riehniond 


Mr. Fred Isaacs 


Miss Katliryn Manby 


Mr. J. William Mill.-r 


Mr. Walter Parker 




Mrs. Janet Patterson 


B. A.. M. A. 

Waltp Forest 
roliinibia nnivcrsity 


Madison CoUetre 


B. M. 

Shenandoah 

Conservatoo' 

of Mnsie 


B. S. 
Wake Forest College 

M. A. 
East Carolina College 




Madison College 


Miss Noelwa Ratclirfe 


Miss Deligrht Strole 


Miss Mary Suddnth 


Mrs. Mary Gleini T.iyhii 




Mr, R. J. Verniilyea 


Clerk 


B. S. 


B. A. 


B. S. 




H. F. A. 




Madison Colleere 


BUie MiMiiilain CoUese 


Longwood College 




Pliblie School Mnsn- 


Mrs. Sue 


Wallace Mrs. Floret 


ee While Mrs. TU 


IP White Miss Marth 


1 Alii-e 


B. S 


Dieti 


eian B 


s. w. 


ison 


Mississippi State 
College for Women 


East Caro 


ina College B. A 
Longrwood 


College 




CLASSES 




Left to Right: Standing — Mrs. E\erton. Greene. Scarborough. Mrs. Communale. Left to 
Right: Kneeling — kellam. Maclver. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Robert Greene President 

Kermit Scarborough ... Vice-President 

Jack iVIacIver Secretary 

Jane Kellam Treasurer 



CLASS HISTORY 



We were freshmen and a bit hesitant realiz- 
ing the long road that lay ahead of us as we 
entered Oceana High School in the fall of "50. 
Hearing bells ring every 55 minutes, having 
lockers of our own, making new friends and 
meeting our faculty presented different and 
interesting experiences during our freshman 
year of high school. 

We were very proud of Anita Myers who 
was our princess in the Ocean bowl festivities. 
Many of us took part in the extra-curricular 
activities and by the close of the year we felt 
very much a part of high school life. 

A brief and joyful summer intermission 



passed quickly as we eagerly watched the 
muddy 600 block of 25th street grow into 
the beautiful, modern building, which was to 
be our permanent Alma Mater, Virginia 
Beach High School. 

With more self-confidence and poise we 
stepped into our new high school as Sopho- 
mores. Our class president that year was Ker- 
mit Scarborough. Mr. Miller and Mrs. Hud- 
gins were our sponsors. As there was no sen- 
ior class we, as sophomores, received a few- 
junior privileges. We helped organize the 
S. A. A. and S. C. A. with some of our class- 
mates filling major offices. The privilege of 
becoming Beta Club members was also given 



US that year. The first Ring Dance which we 
gave for the Juniors concluded our activities 
that sophomore year. 

The real display of class personality and 
talents prevailed the following school semester. 
A Junior- Senior Prom had to be financed, 
and as Juniors, we kept this headache no 
secret. We were going to make the first prom 
of V. B. H. S. the best. 

The Class started the ball rolling by selling 
cakes, candy, cookies, and old clothes until 
every Junior mom in town had batter running 
out of her ears and perhaps hats or stockings 
missing. 

Still short of its financial goal, the Class gave 
a Pajama Party at the Martha Washington 
Hotel. All the girls paid $1.50 for their room 
while the boys crooned from the ground. No 
doubt the occupants threw old shoes and coats 
to quiet them. (This was the source of the 
merchandise for the Class rummage sales!) 

An "April in Paris Dance" and a "Krazy 
Kat" Dance were given to help raise money 
and proved very successful. The beautiful mu- 
rals of the Paris scenes and the huge Krazy 
Kats were printed by Gail Bayless. We wish to 
express our appreciation to Gail, who was 
caught in the sunshine rush of "53" to Florida, 
and is no longer with us. 

The efforts of the Class were rewarding. 
Early in May the prom was given at Pine 
Tree Inn. The theme was "A Pot of Gold at 



the End of the Rainbow." All enjoyed steak 
dinners, entertainment, and danced, danced 
and danced! 

What is it like to be a senior? That was the 
class question. The climax of a school career 
is indescribable. Saying that it is just plain 
wonderful is all that can be amply said. 

Skipping afternoon home-room legally top- 
ped the day with a whoopee! Note; The Class 
will never forget the teachers for their under- 
standing attitudes. The Annual, college exams, 
newspapers and other diversions kept the Class 
busy. 

Again the Class was faced with a problem, 
how to leave a gift to the school. This, too, 
involved money, so plans began to shape up 
for a second annual variety show, known as 
the "Blackouts." They were directed by Cis 
Maulsby, Noel Duncan, Jane Sullivan, and 
Jobil Lassiter. 

The remaining weeks of our Senior year 
were like a tumbleweed caught in the wind. 
These weeks were spent in "charm" classes, 
practicing how to walk properly for graduation 
day. 

Yes, that memorable night did arrive. The 
diplomas were given to each proud senior. 

Now as the class of 1955 looks to V.B.H.S., 
an immortal monument to education, a prayer 
flows from its many lips united for the last 
time. "God give to each a promising future 
like the glorious past." 




Williiim Bradford BarJon 




IVIarcia Stone Abernathv 



Ruth York Beebe 



Arthur James Barco 



Kathryn Magdalene Blake 



Frederick Gordon Barth 




CLASS OF 




Nancy Lee Cathy 



Noel Frances Duncan 



David Frank Chrisman 



Jo Ann Ferrell 



Anita Virginia Cruser 



Markeeta Jane Fink 



FIFTY-FIVE 





CLASS OF 



Hurst Heinrich Flora 



William Byrd Hall, Jr. 



Robert Judson Greene 




Paul Edsel Holland 



James Donald Ha^uc, Jr. 




Charles IMcCarter Hooper, Jr. 





FIFTY-FIVE 



Jo Ann Johnson 




Virginia Lee Humphries 



Emanuel Harry Katsias 



Lena Katherine Hutsenpiller 



Jane Butt Kellam 



Saul Harold Jacobs 




William Owen Meachum 




.lobil Mae Lassiter 



Carolyn Helene Maulsby 




Newton Alexander McCullv 



Dorothy Maxine Moore 



John Finlavson Maclver Jr. 




CLASS OF 




Joseph Donald Moss 



Charles Hoffman Nelms, Jr. 



Courtney Anne Murphy 



Herve Henri Ouellette, Jr. 



Anita Sue Myers 



Rose Marie Price 



FIFTY-FIVE 





CLASS OF 



Daniel Hiinkin Proulx 



Jacquelin Sue Sergenl 



George Marvin Sanderlin 



Josephine Anne Shellman 



Carl Kermit Scarborough, Jr. 



Gerald Thornton Shields 




FIFTY-FIVE 



Judith Ann Tavlor 




William Vernon Simmons 



Julia Grev Wallace 




William Everett Simpson 



Lucy Rae Ward 




Jane Ball Sullivan 




SENIORS 




Mvrnie Brown Woodward 



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Theodore Jackson Wool III 




Not pictured: 
Michael Hinkle 
Earl Littleton 




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SENIOR STATISTICS 



M;ircia Abernatli.v— I ;itin Club 1. N. A.P.L. 1. 2; J. V. 

Basketball 1; S.C.A. 2: Newspaper Club 2. Assist- 
ant Editor 2: Beach Bowl Princess 2. 4: Beta Club 
3. 4: Music Club 3, Reporter 3: Olfice Helper 3: 
Art Club 3; Glee Club 4: Future Homemaker's Club 
4 

Arthur Barco — .1, V. Football I: Varsity Football 2, 3. 
4; Track 2; J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 3; 
Glee Club 2. 3; Tumbling Club 2. 3; Monogram 
Club 3. 4, Vice President 3. President 4 

Fred Barlli— J. V. Basketball 1; Science Club 1; Foot- 
ball 2. 3; Swimming 2; Wrestling 3. 4: Homeroom 
Treasurer I: Junior Class Treasurer 3; Annual 
Staff 4: Blackouts 4 

Bill Barton— Band I. 2; Library Club 2; Track 2. 3. 
4; Journalism Club 2, 3: Football 3: Monogram 
Club 3, 4 

Ruth Keebe — Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1; Dramatics 

I, 2. Secretary I, Vice President 2; Field Hockey 

1, 2, Co-Captain 1, 2; Music Club 3. 4. President 4 

Kathryn Blake— F. H. A. I. 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4; 
Music Club 4 

Nancy Cathey — Spanish Club I ; Girls Athletic Asso- 
ciation 1; Glee Club 1; Home Economics Club 2, 
3, 4; Beta Club 3. 4: Annual Staff 4 

David Chrisnian — J. V. Football 1; Varsity Football 

2, 3. 4; Newspaper 1 : Vice President of Sophomore 
Class 2; Track 2, 3; Baseball 3; Beta Club 3, 4; 
Monogram Club 2. 3. 4, Secretary of Monogram 
Club 4 

Anita Cruser — Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Presi- 
dent of Home Economics Club 2: J. V. Cheer- 
leader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3. 4; Teen - Tones 
2, 3; Beta Club 3. 4; Glee Club 3. 4: S.C.A. 1. 4, 
Secretary 4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper 4; Reporter 
4 

Noel Duncan — Dramatic Club I; Journalism Club 1. 4. 
Secretary 4; Tennis Team 1; Senior Sponsor 1; 
Green Clan 1; Modern Dancing Club 2; Tumbling 
Club 2; Home Economics Club 2. 3; Beta Club 3: 
Beach Bowl Princess 3. 4; Beachcomber 4. Ait 
Editor 4 

Jo Ann Ferrell — Office Assistant 1 . 2.4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 1: Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3. 4; S.A.A. 
2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. 3, Secretary 4; Journalism 
Club 2. 4: Beach Bowl Planning Committee 2. 3, 4; 
Manager of Basketball Team 3; Teen Tones 3, 4: 
Dramatic Club 3; Glee Club 3. 4, Treasurer 4; 
Annual Staff 4, Feature Editor 4: Beachcomber 4; 
Girl's Sports Editor 4 

Markeeta Fink — Dramatics Club 1 ; Basketball Team 
1. 2; G. A. A. 1: Girls Business Club 2; Honor 
Society 3; Secretary Home Room 1. 2, Vice-Presi- 
dent Home Room 3; Who's Who 4 

Horst Flora — J. V. Football 1: Varsity Football 2. 3. 4: 
J. V. Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3. 4. 
Captain 4; Varsity Track 2. 3. 4; Boys Athletic 
Club 1, Vice-President 1; Tumbling Club 2. 3: 
Music Club 3, President 3: Glee Club 2. 3, 4; 
Monogram Club 4 



Robert Greene — Dramatic Club 1.3: Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4, 
Secretary 3. President 4; Vice-President Glee Club 
3; Music Club 3; S..'\.A. 2. Secretary 2; Beta Club 

3, 4: S.C.A., 2, 3, 4: Class President 3. 4: Associate 
Editor Annual 4; Beach Bowl Parade Chief 2: 
library Club I; Tumbling Club 1 

Jim Ha^ue — Boy's Athletic Club 1. 2: S.C.A.; Dra- 
matics Club 2. 3; Debating 3. 4: Latin Club 4. 
President 4; Journalism Staff 4; .Annual Staff 4 

Paul Holland — "B" Team Football 1, 2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3; 4-H Club 3; Music Club 4 

Bill Hall — J. V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2; J. V. 
Basketball 2; Journalism Club 2. 4; .Art Club 3- 
D. E, Club 4; Bus Driver 4 

Charles Hooper — Glee Club 2. 3; Music Club 2. 4; 
Track Team 3; Dramatics 3; Art Club 3; Beach 
Bowl Planning Committee 4; Annual Staff 4 

Virginia Humphries — Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, 
Secretary 2; Tumbling Club 2; Scorekeeper for 
Basketball Team 2: Beta Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 

4. Newspaper Typist 4: S.C.A. 4, Treasurer 4 

Lena Hulsenpiller — S.C.A. 1.2, 3, 4, Homeroom Repre- 
sentative I, Treasurer 2, Vice President 4; Latin 
Club 1; Science Club 1; Library Club 2; Tumbling 
Club 2; Beta Club 2.3,4; Music Club 3; President 
of Homeroom 2; Journalism 4; Reporter 4; Annual 
Staff 3, 4. Editor of Annual 4; D. E. Club 4. 
Promotion Manager 4 

Saul Jacobs — Football Team 2; Hobby Club 2; Assist- 
ant Librarian 2; Library Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; 
School Store 4; D. E. Club 4, Vice President 4 

Jo Ann Johnson — Representative for S.C.A. 1; Teen 

Tones 2. 4; Journalism Club 2. 4: Representative 
of National Honor Society 3: Junior-Senior Prom 
Committee 3; Beta Club 3, 4. President 4; .Annual 
Staff 4. Art Editor 4; Editor Beachcomber 4; 
Chorus Sectional Leader 4 

Emanuel Katsias — Science Club 1; Library Club 1. 3: 
Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity 
Wrestling 3; Varsity Tennis 3, 4; Monogram 
Club 2. 3, 4, Publicity Manager 4: Journalism 
Club 2, 3, Business Manager 2. Sports Editor 3; 
D. E. Club 4. President 4; Beachcomber Staff 4. 
Sports Editor 4; .Annual Staff 4. Sports Editor 4 

Jane Kellam — Home Economics Club I. 2, 3, 4, Vice 
President 2, Secretary 3. Treasurer 4; Homeroom 
Treasurer 2, 3; Senior Class Treasurer 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; School Dedication Marshall 2; Var- 
sity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Girls State 3; Beach 
Bowl Committee: Office Assistant 4: Beachcomber 
Staff 4; Annual Staff 4 

Jobil Lassiter — Home Economics Club 1, 4, Reporter 
4: Dramatics Club 1, 2. 3, Treasurer 2: Driver 
Training 1; Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom 1: Teen 
Tones 2,3.4; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3,4; Glee Club 
3. 4; Basketball Manager 3: Beach Bowl Princess 
3; Office .Assistant 4; Beachcomber 4, Feature 
Editor 4: Annual Staff 4 



SENIOR STATISTICS 



Jack Maclver — I. V. askelball 1: Varsity Basketball 2: 
Boys Athletic Club I; Library Club 1: Tumbling 
Club 2: Varsity Football 2, 3. 4: Varsity Track 
2, 3, 4; Varsity Wrestling 3. 4; Monogram Club 
2. 3. 4. Vice President 4; Secretary of Senior Class 
4 

Cis Maulsby— Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball I. 2; 
Captain Cheerleader 1: Glee Club 1, 2. 4, Choir 3; 
Dramatics Club 1; Entertainment Committee 1, 2; 
Office Assistant 2; Varsity Club 2; Lifesaving 
Society 3; Net Ball Team 3; Gym Team 3; La Cross 
3; Golf Club 3; Swimming Team 3; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Director of Black- 
outs 4: Beach Bowl Planning Committee 4 

Mickey McCully — Track Team 2; Wrestling Team 3, 
4; Music Club 2, 3: Annual Staff 4 

Bill Vleachuin — J. V. Football I ; International Rela- 
tions Club 1; Music Club 1, 2, 3. 4 

Maxine Moore — Monitorial Staff 1; Dramatics Club 1; 

Jr. Red Cross Club 2; Home Economics Club 2, 

4; Music Club 3: Annual Staff 4: D. E. Club 4. 
Treasurer 4 

Don Moss — Science Club 1. 2. 3; Football 1; Varsity 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Student Council Representative 
L 2. 3, Secretary 1: Lettermans Club I: Glee Club 
L 4; Music Club 4: Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3. 4; 
Member of Hi-Y 2. 3, 4. President 3, 4; State 
Government 3; Southwestern Legislature; YMCA 
Staff for Boys Camp 3 

Courtney Murphy — Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3. 4; 
Basketball Team 2: Library Club 2; Drill Team 3; 
Distributive Education Club 4; Basketball Manager 
4; Annual Staff 4 

Anita Myers — J. V. Cheerleader I. Varsity Cheerleader 

2. 3. 4, Co-Captiiin 4; 4-H Club I: Ocean Bowl 
Princess I. Beach Bowl Princess 2. 3. Beach Bowl 
Queen 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tumbling Club 
2: Journalism Club 2; School Marshall 2, 3: Secre- 
tary of Sophomore Class 2; Teen Tones 3; Dra- 
matics Club 3: S.C.A. 4; Beta Club 3. 4, Vice 
President 4; F. H. A. Club 4, Vice President 4; 
Annual Staff 4, Girls" Sports Editor 4; Glee Club 

3. 4, Secretary 4 

Nick Nelins — Visual Education Club I; Chorus 1, 2; 
Tumbling Club 1, 2. 3; Track Team 2; Music 
Club 3: Vice President Homeroom 3; Annual Staff 

4. Business Manager 4 

Herve Ouellette — Football 2. 3. 4: J. V. Basketball 2: 
Track 2. 3.; Wrestling 3, Treasurer. Monogram 
Club 4. Monogram Club 2. 3, 4; Tumbling Club 
2. 3. 

Rose Marie Price — S.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 1; 
Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3, 4; Tumbling Club 2; 
Dramatics Club 2. 3, Secretary 2; Varsity Basket- 
ball 2, 3. 4; Office Assistant 2, 3: Beta Club 3: 
Glee Club 4; Beach Bowl Princess 4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4; Annual Staff 4 

Daniel Proulx — Tennis I: Baseball 2, 3; Soccer I, 2. 3; 
Dramatics I. 2; School Paper 1. 2; Blackford 
Literary Society 2; Chapel Committee 3; Swim- 
ming I. 2; Annual Staff 4. Photography Editor 4 



George Sanderlin — S. C. A. I, 4; S.A.A. 4, President 4; 
Varsity Football 1, 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 4; Varsity 
Track' L 2. 3; J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity Wrestling 
3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3; President Sophomore 
Class 2; Vice President Junior Class 3; Monogram 
Club 1. 2, 3. 4 

Kerniit Scarborough — Science Club 1; Varsity Football 

2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Track Team 2; Tumbling 
Club 2; Monogram Club 3, 4. Sargeant at Arms 
4; President of Freshman Class 1 ; President of 
Sophomore Class 2; Vice President Senior Class 4 

Sue Sergcnt — Dance Club 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; 
Tri-Hi-Y- 2. 3: G.A.A. 3; Chorus 3; Usher 3; Mad- 
rigal Chorus 3: Intramural Bowling 3; Home Eco- 
nomics 4; Glee Club 4 

Jo Shellman— F.H.A. 1. 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2; 
Glee Club 3; D. E. Club 4; Office Assistant 4 

Jerry Shields — Lacross 2: Football 2; Golf Team 3. 
4: Library Club 3. Reporter 3; Music Club 4 

Billy Simmons — Journalism 2; Tumbling Club 3: D. E. 
"Club 3. 4. President 3 

Billy Simpson — Library Club I; Photography Club 2 

Jane Sullivan — Blue Clan 1; Tennis Team I; Journa- 
lism Club I. 2; Dramatic Club 1; J. V. Cheer- 
leader Co-Captain 1 ; Monogram Club 2. Treasurer 
2; Varsity Basketball 2. 3. 4; Varsity Cheerleader 

3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Home Economics Club 3. 4, 
Vice President 3, President 4 

Judy Taylor— Monitorial Staff 1: Beta Club 2. 3. 4. 
Secretary 4: Home Economics Club 2. 4; Music 
Club 3; Home Room Vice President 2; Annual 
Staff 4. Assistant Business Manager 4; D. E. Club 

4, Secretary 4 

Julia Grey Wallece — Latin Club 1, 2; Dramatics Club 
1: Home Economics Club 2; Teen Tones 2, 3. 4; 
S.C.A. 2. 3; Dedication Marshall 2: Glee Club 2. 
3. 4: Girls" State 3; Drill Team 3; Music Club 3. 
Secretary 3: Beta Club 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 4; 
Annual Staff 4. Circulation 4; Basketball Man- 
ager 4 

Lucy Rae Ward — Latin Club 1 ; Tumbling Club 2; 
Home Economics Club 2. 4; Music Club 3: Glee 
Club 2, 3. 4 

Myrnie Woodward — Science Club 1 ; Spanish-American 
Club 1; Tumbling Club 2; Library Staff 2: Var- 
sity Basketball 1. 2. 3, 4; S. C. A. 3, 4, President 4. 
Vice-chairman District S.C.A. 4; S.A.A. 3; Var- 
sity Tennis 3; Journalism Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 
4; Beachcomber 3. 4. Sports Editor 3; Beta Club 
3, 4 

Ted Wool — J. V. Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Mono- 
gram Club 2; Track 3: Music Club 3; Glee Club 
1, 2, 4, Vice President 4; S. C. A. 4; Journalism 
Club 4; Beach Bowl Parade Marshall 4: Annual 
Staff 4: Beachcomber 4, Business Manager 4; 
President Home Room Junior Class 3; President 
Home Room Senior Class 4 




MOST POPULAR 

Jane Sullivan 
Kermit Scarborough 



MOST LIKELY TO 
SUCCEED 

Lena Hutsenpiller 
Buddy Greene 



BEST LOOKING 

Nita Myers 
Horst Flora 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Myrnie Woodward 
George Sanderlin 



MOST SCHOOL 
SPIRITED 

Anita Cruser 
Jim Hague 



ROMEO AND JULIET 

Jane Kellam 
Ted Wool 



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enior 



BEST DRESSED 

Jobil Lassiter 
Jack Maclver 



BEST MANNERS 

Rose Marie Price 
Ted Wool 



BIGGEST 
BULLSHOOTBR 

Ruth Beebe 
Emanuel Katsias 



FRIENDLIEST 

Noel Duncan 
Don Moss 



MOST STUDIOUS 

Jo Ann Johnson 
Buddy Greene 



BEST ALL AROUND 

Jane SulHvan 
George Sanderlin 




fet*«»** 



J-^^erS on a titles 



CLASS PROPHECY OF 1955 



June 14, 1^)63: 
Dear Diary, 

At long last I arrived in New York City. 
Many of my friends have become so famous 
I thought maybe I'd be able to see some of 
them. 

Here comes Jane Sullivan. She is the Num- 
ber I play-girl of the nation. She sure is spend- 
ing a lot of money — I guess she's still borrow- 
ing it as usual. Jane tells me she is on her 
way to a Broadway show. I think I'll go too. 

Just guess who the stars were — our old 
pals, Jane Kellam and Ted Wool. I've never 
laughed as hard in my life but then, they 
always were a couple of real gone characters. 

Looking at a billboard I see there is to be 
a basketball game in the fabulous new Ath- 
letic Club designed by Bill Meachum. Bill and 
Maxine are married now but they live in 
Arabia operating a branch of Mrs. Moore's 
Bakery. 

Here comes the favorite team. Listen to 
that crowd! Why, they're yelling for Don 
Moss. He certainly has made a name for him- 
self, averaging 150 points a game. Though 
Don is well on his way to immortality, his 
wife the former Myrnie Woodward, has al- 
ready made herself a name. Myrnie is playinj 
with the New York Yankees and hit 72 home 
runs last year. 

After the game Don told me that Charles 
"Killer" Hooper, is ready for a match with 
Champion Heavyweight Wrestler. Micky Mc- 
Cully. Poor Micky, I'd hate to see him after 
the match. 

1 think I'll take in a T-V show. Maybe Jim 
Hague's Martini at Midnight will be good. It 
has been a long time since I've seen Jim and 
before the show he told me of some of his 
guest stars. Tonight for the first time on a 
coast-to-coast network, the world renowned 
act of Duncan's Donkeys is to perform. Noel 
always did like animals. 

There were many other acts but my favorites 
were the African Jungle Boys. They played 
the best jazz, with Horst Flora on the sax, 
Kermit Scarborough on drums, and Kavo 



Barco at the piano. But Fred Barih and Cis 
Maulshy doing typical jungle dances really 
gave it a new twist. 

As I left the show I saw three familiar faces 
begging money for Canaries with Laryngitis. 
Katnrine Blake, Jo Shellman. and Sue Sergent 
were making quite a kill. 

Speaking of money, Jack Maclver, Herve 
Ouellette, and Emanuel Katsias are doing very 
well for themselves. They are top authorities 
on men's wear and are always in style. The 
proper dress of the day appears to be black 
pants and shirts, pink sweaters and socks, and 
those charming razor backs. So, those three 
cats are sure to be the best dressed in the 
world. 

Zooooooooom! There he goes again. It's 
that crazy jet pilot. Bill Hall, seeing how close 
he can come to the lovely ballerina. Rose 
Marie Price. Rosie is the Toast of France and 
her lover. Bill, flies her back and forth from 
her performances. 

There are really more strange things in 
this city! Just look at that crowd! They're 
having a Bubble Blower Contest . . . Well, it 
just happened! Nancy Cathey just lost the 
title of Best Blower of the Year to Ruth Beebe. 
Good ole' Ruth always was full of hot air! 

Oh, here are the results of some more con- 
tests. Nick Nelms has just won the title of 
Mr. Universe. Man, he moves me the most. 
And here are the Miss America contest re- 
sults. Well, well, Anita Myers is the new 
queen of beauty. I don't suppose the fact that 
George Sanderlin was the judge had anythinj 
to do with her victory, do you? 

What on earth is this? A parade? Oh, yes. 
World Foreign Relations Ambassador, Jobil 
Lassiter, has just returned from Japan, where 
she has done a great job of negotiating peace. 
They're really giving her a lot of attention. The 
top press photographer. Daniel Proulx, hasn't 
given her a minute to herself, and even the 
Naval Academy is here under the command 
of Admiral Jerry Shields. Guess I'll have a talk 
with "Dum Dum," she always knows what 
everyone is doing, maybe she is still in touch 
with some of the crew. 

She tells me that in her travels she often 
sees Paul Holland, who now delivers every 



CLASS PROPHECY OF 1955 



paper in the world in his little Jet-mohile. 

Anita Cruscr and Virginia Humphries have 
opened a Knitting Shop in the deep, dark 
African Jungle. They say the natives learn 
very fast. 

Seems as though everyone has taken a lik- 
ing to jungles because Judy Taylor is now 
chief interior decorator for the grass huts of 
the Watuze Tribe, of which Kitty Fink is the 
white goddess. 

David Chrisman and Courtney Murphy are 
doing fine jobs as missionaries in Lower Sla- 
vogia. 

After leaving Jobil, 1 ducked down a side 
street to avoid the crowd and saw a little 
shooting gallery called "Bill & Bill's." Out of 
curiosity 1 looked in and it was Bill Simpson 
and Bill Barton. That really was a crazy joint, 
they had pictures of all their high school tea- 
chers as targets. 

Then I heard sirens, and the whole New 
York Fire Department, under Chief Bill Sim- 
mons, was off to a big fire. I hopped into 
Marcia Abernathy's combination space ship 
and taxi and we took off like a bat out a'! 
When we were almost there a motorcycle cop, 
Saul Jacobs, tried to catch us but was soon 
left in a cloud of cosmic dust. The fire turned 



out to be in Lena Hutsenpiller's greenhouse. 
She is growing the most beautiful cactus and 
JoAnn Johnson is her head cactus doctor, 
making sure all the stickers are as sharp as 
possible. I don't guess too much damage was 
done so Abernathy and I headed back to the 
city. On the way we stopped to give JoAnn 
Ferrell a ride. She is Chief Cotton Picker for 
the Johnson & Johnson Company. She told us 
that she often came in contact with Lucy Rae 
Ward. Seems that Lucy is one of the best cot- 
ton testers the J. & J. Company has. They say 
that her cotton is the softest they sell. 

It was a wonderful weekend. Time to catch 
my plane back to the West coast came only 
too soon. I had to get home before my hus- 
band. Oh, yes, I am refering to that famous 
pianist, Roberte Greenvicov. He just played 
a command performance for the King of Eng- 
land and was just voted "Ivory Tickler of the 
Year." 

Don't forget to read my column for all the 
latest in gossip. 



"Julie" 

by 

Julia Grey Wallace 



LAST WILL 



We, the second graduating class of Virginia 
Beach Hish School, do declare this document 
to be our^LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 
in hope that you will use this legacy well! 

We. being of (??) mind and body {'''!), do 
declare the following articles: 



I, lane Kclkim, leave my purple pass to the 
party after the Junior-Senior to Meredith 
Jones. Have fun! 

\. David C'hrisman, lca\e my yellow socks 
to Tommy Leif, Oh, I forgot he can have 
my muscles too! 



ARTICLE I. To Mr. Johnson and Mrs. 
Jeter we leave ou rheartiest of thanks for your 
ceaseless desire to help us in our many tribu- 
lations. 

ARTICLE II. To the faculty we leave our 
gratitude for the knowledge you tried to pound 
into our heads. We realize it was a tremendous 
job. Man) thanks for your patience. 

ARTICLE III. To the eighth grade we leave 
our ability to walk (Not fly) through the halls 
and to find the right class. 

ARTICLE IV. To the freshmen we leave 
our quick wits so that you too will have no 
trouble winning over the faculty. 

ARTICLE V. To the sophomores we leave 
our spots in the hall and on the breezeway. 
If you're in couples, look out fo rthe teacher! 

ARTICLE \T. To the juniors we leave our 
senior privileges, our seats in the auditorium 
and the annual staff positions. We also wish 
to leave our many excuses for getting out of 
class. Use them well and remember no book 
is a good book. 

ARTICLE VII. To the juniors individually 
we leave the following; 

I, Cis Maulsby, leave my long "thin" legs 
to Penny Pennington. 

I, Ruth Beebe, leave to Elsie George my 
abilitx to stay on restriction with sincere 
hope that she can talk her way out of it. 
I couldn't! 

I. Buddy Green, leave my ails, condlearbra. 
and piano to Sam Evans in hopes he will 
someday be a Leberace. 

I, Fred Barth. leave my theorv on women 
. . . TREAT EM ROUGH!' 

I, Horst Flora, leave my voice to Jon Bur- 
nett — Sla\ 'em Jon! 



I, Katherine Blake, leave my ability to talk 
and giggle in Government class to Pat 
Bonney. 

I, Nancy Cathy, leave my slim, attractive 
figure to Jane Moore. 

1. Danny Prouix. lea\e the Suffolk cheer- 
leaders to Charles Hardin, may he have 
as much fun hustling as I did! 

1, Anita Cruser, leave my jeep to a junior 
who works in the office next year. Keith 
Wilder may use it also as she needs trans- 
portation so badly. 

I, Noel Duncan, leave Jo Ann LaGiglia my 
extra 15 lbs. so she won't be skinny in 
her senior year. 

I, Virginia Humphries, leave my broken 
down typewriter in Typing II class to 
Nancy Barco, please don't hit it too hard! 

I, Lena Hutsenpiller, leave my ability to 
make speeches with the greatest of ease 
to Sandra Hood. 

I, Jim Hague, leave my great journalistic 
ability to Ashley Haycox, may he use it 
well in the coming year. 

I, Billy Hall, leave all the trouble I had with 
my car to Donald Batchlor in hopes he 
doesn't have so many. 

I. Charles Hooper, leave my ability to skip 
school and go water skiing to Keith Por- 
ter. 

I, Jobil Lassiter, leave my alert mind to 
Priscilla Weedon. 

I. Ted Wool, leave to Aubrey Holmes all 
my doubleheaded coins and hope that he 
makes more than I did. 



AND TESTAMENT 



I Courtney Murphy, all the fun I had at 
TIGA's parties to Cleve Gayle. 

1, Anita Myers, Leave Gray Schaefer my 
half empty bottle of Sunshine ... in case 
it's needed. 

1, Rose Marie Price, leave my place in the 
best locker in school. Locker 69. 

L Nick Nelms, leave my beat-up old station 
wagon to David Watts. Please don't let 
Hazel find it! 

I, Jane Sullivan, leave my long legs to 
Linda Hearne so she too can hop around 
the halls like a "gazelle." 

I, Herve Ouellette, leave my 1 year sub- 
scription to Mad Comics to Alan Burnett 
so he can become a famous magician. 

L Judy Taylor, leave my talkative person- 
ality to Phyllis Jennette. Bury It! 

L Julia Wallace, leave to Cheryl Wallace 
two of my "Three Musketteers" and my 
many excuses to get out of class. Don't 
let the Wallace name down. Cherry! 

L Kermit Scarborough, leave my beautiful 
legs, which Sonny Halsted left to me, to 
Brian Zittrain. I hope you treasure them 
as much as I did. 

L Jerry Shields, leave to Jim Howren my 
ability to have fun without getting into 
trouble . . . You figure it out Jim we 
can't. 



L Billy Simpson, leave my broken down 
English book to Sylvia Berry. May she be 
as active as I was. 

L Don Moss, leave my new built in Radar 
glasses for any athletic contests to Dean 
Wyrick. 

I, Sue Sergeant, leave my government book 
and my ability to talk to my sister, Eliza- 
beth. 

L Myrnie Woodward, leave Maria Johnson 
all my nervous energy in hopes she can 
sell it to Oak Ridge for future use in 
Atomic Research. 

I, Billy Simmons, leave my hands to Charles 
Gurley. For gosh sakes keep them clean! 

I, "Kayo" Barco, leave Morris Jester my 
method of studying and doing homework. 

I, Maxine Moore, leave all my sisters and 
brothers so the school won't go without 
pasteries for a longtime. 

I, Saul Jacobs, leave my talent (getting 
along with girls) especially in govern- 
men class to Ed Coleman. 

L Jo Ann Ferrell, leave to Leigh Forbes the 
record UH — OH! May you, Willie, 
Zelda, and Brian have fun. 

I, Jack Maclver, leave 12 dozen razor 
blades to Larry Harless, keep "RAZOR 
BACK," boy! 




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In the spring of 1954 it became evident that the time was at hand to 
compose an Alma Mater song for our school so that it could be used at 
our first graduation. We could scarcely aspire to a completely original 
melody, but we did want to get away from plagiarism. With the help of 
Captain A. P. Randolph, the father of one of the members of the first 
graduating class. Mr. Miller, our musical director, composed a two verse 
song with a well established tune which was changed considerably. It is 
hoped that all students past, present and future, will learn and remember 
our Alma Mater. 




OFFICERS 

David Watts President 

Cheryl Wallace Vice President 

I inda Hearne Secretary 

Brian Zittrain Treasurer 

Miss Nell Copley Sponsor 

Miss Martha A. Wilson Sponsor 



Nancy Barco 
Donald Batchelor 
Sylvia Berry 



Mary Ann Billos 
Patricia Ann Bonney 
John Thomas Brown 



JUNIOR CLASS 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Chester Allen Burnett 
Jon Edward Burnett 
John Cassada 



Miles Chappel 
H. W, Childress 
Edwin Coleman 



Sandra Cone 
William Costenbader 
Robert Creamer 



Royce Davis 
Rebecca Edwards 
Nancy Esposito 





S;irmiel Evans 
William F-Vcretl 
Clevc Gayle 



Elsie George 
Suzanne Halstead 
Charles Hardin 



Larry Scott Harless 
Donald Hartley 
Ashley Haycox. Jr. 



Linda Hearne 
Bernard Hohson 
Phyllis Hollis 



JUNIOR CLASS 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Aubrey Holmes. Jr. 
Sandra Hood 
James Howren 



Sylvia Jarvis 
Phyllis Jennette 
Morris U. Jester 



Maria Johnson 
Meredith Jones 
Roger Keenoy 



Judith Kinert 
Barbara Kinsella 
Mary Gail Kluznick 




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Jo Ann 1-iiGiglia 
Bill 1 awrence 
Thomas Lief 



Patricia Martin 
Ann McManus 
Leroy McReynolds 



Jane Moore 
Glenn Morgan 
Connie Miisick 



James Keith Porter 
Mary Riera 
Nancy Roberts 




JUNIOR CLASS 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Elizabeth Sergent 
Patsy Skipper 
Frank Tarrall, III 



Ruth Thompson 
Jackie Tillitt 
Cheryl Ann Wallace 



David Watts 
Priscilla Weedon 
Dean Wyrick 



Brian Zittrain 



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Maynard Allen. Leo Allen. Charles 

Gurley, Penny Pennington. Gray 

Schaefer, Keith Wilder. Jack White- 
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Fred Bailev 



SOPHOMORES 



OFFICERS 

Roberl Maclver President 

Donald Holland Vice-President 

Harriet Durham Secretary 

Tommy Barnes Treasurer 

Frances McLean Reporter 

Mrs. Theresa Cook - Sponsor 

George Beegle ^ "" *w"', ^ .-v^ fC^ 

Henry Blilev ft 

Sandra Briggs IPJ^' ^„ 

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Leroy Carroll 

Lorraine Chilium W '• •"»' ^^ r 

Melvin Chittum ^^^kr __ 



Thomas Barnes 







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Alfred Gregg 
Charles H. Gregg 




Chloe Christie 
Arlene Clark 

Paul Gregory 
Bruce E. Hague 

A If red Cross 

Robert Burns Crowe!! 

Betty Ann Harrell 
Judy Harris 

Charles Dant 
Helen Davis 

George Helms 
Donald L. Holand 

Marjorie Drinkwater 
Harriett Durham 

Monty Howard 
Alma Rae Howell 



Georgia Farwell 
i Anne Thomas Fyfe 





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Harold James 



Kenny I.. Jard 
Dorothy L. Lawrence 

Nancy l.yn Milligan 
William P. Morgan 

Karon Lemmon 
Robert Maclver 

Richard Morgner 
Harry A. Moseley 

Richard Marshall 
Diane McCombs 

George Oiiellette 
Julian Perry 

Frances McLean 
Charles Meachum 

Gail Phillips 
Ann W. Price 

Harriet Amber Ran 
Richard G. Rice 





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SOPHOMORES 





SOPHOMORES 



Kenny Sydenstricker 
Wesley Sykes 




loyce Roberts 
1. eland Robinson 

Mahone T. Tarrall 
Clinton A. Walker 

Daniel Riink 
David T. Sanderlin 

Dennis Walker 
Sandra Walsh 

Virginia Simmons 
Audrey Southard 

Martha Ward 
Sally Ann Wiebe 

Sally Southerland 
Patrick L. Standing 

Mark F. White 




James Steward 



lames B. Swertfeger 



Not Pictured: Billy Culverhouse. Karen Cone, Catherine Crank, Grace 
Jordon, Jerry Newton, Jay Smithson, Louis Spruill, Courtney Stomont, 
Cristiana 1. Tralan. 




FRESHMAN CLASS 

'ini '"^H■•^ _ President 

lay Wood Vice-President 

Pat Finnigan --- Secretary 

Warlield Leeke Treasurer 

Miss Ethel Evans Sponsor 




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Suzanne Acosla 
Peggy Alderman 
Marian Atwood 
Nellie Baillio 
Irene Barlels 



Beverly Bayne 
Margaret Beasley 
Claude Bell 
Micky Billos 
Gerald Brigham 



Brenda Brown 
Scott Brown 
Wendy Brown 
James Buchanan 
Trula Byrd 



Howard Cole 
Allen Connell 
Pat Cross 
Calvin Dancy 
Lee Dodge 



FRESHMEN 

Elizabeth Falconer 
La Cena Fatton 
Thomas Felton 
Linda Fentress 
Roland Gilliam 



Jerry Ginther 
Greta Godwin 
Robert Gormly 
Judith Graham 
Vincent Grayson 



Susan Griggs 
Manley Grimstead 
Gloria Gurley 
Julia Hawthorne 
John Hedges 



John Helms 
David Hobeck 
Edward Hobeck 
Donald Holmes 
Peggy Howard 



Janet Hunt 
Virginia Ingram 
Patsy James 
Carol Janney 

Frances Jennings 



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FRESHMEN 

Becky Johnson 
Jim Jones 
Larry Keech 
Bob Keville 
Nancy Kilzmiller 



Deloris laney 
Warfield Leeke 
John Lewis 
Brenda Lovitt 
Jerrv McClanan 



Evelyn McKee 
George Meredith 
Felice Miller 
Barbara Millett 
Andrew Moore 



Tom Moore r 
David Morrisette 
Wilmot Owens 
Wesley Pallett 
Doris Perry 



Bobby Rea 
Robin Riera 
Edward Rosenbaum 
Garv Rndman 



FRESHMEN 

Judy Runk 
Linda Fay Salman 
Ernest Scruggs 
Darrell Shields 
Lincoln Smith 



Betsy Southerland 
Robert Standing 
Joan Stephan 
Bill Sykes 
Nancy Turner 



Kay Twizdale 
Judy Tyree 
Beth Watson 
Judy White 
Mary Robin White 



Helen Wible 
Tommie Williams 
Michael Winters 
Bertha Wise 
Joan Wise 



Jay Wood 
Joe Wool 
Buddy Wooley 
Bill Wunschael 














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EIGHTH 

Allison Allen 
John T. Atkinson 
Michael Bailey 
Margaret Baillio 
Beverly Ann Baldwin 



Capitola Barco 
Barbara Bill 
Gay Blackford 
David Edward Bonney 
Harold Tyson Bowden 



Betty Lou Brite 

Bruce F. Brown 

Cary Brown 

Marion Elizabeth Brough 

Stanley Burnham 



Ronald Cason 
James Cavalier 
Rosalee Elizabeth Cherry 
Brenda Lee Clark 
Charles Louis Coleman 



Dickie Cook 
Markle Costenbader 
William Albert Cox 
JoAnn Cox 
Dennis King Culp 



Carolyn Culverhouse 
Vclda Dailey 
Richard Daniels 
Alden Davis 
Lila Davis 



GRADE 



Ronald Bruce Dodge 
Gerald C. Essayian 
Larence Everett 
\ . D. Finley 
David Finnigan 



Amy Fuller 
Patricia Gilliam 
William Graham. Jr. 
Hilton Davis Gray 
Michael H. Gregory 



Brenda Gunn 

Freda C. Hansborough 

Ralph Hardin 

Robert Franklin Harla 

Carey Holland 



Diane May Hollis 
Paul Home 
JoAnn Howard 
Pamela Howarth 
Mary Howell 



Ann Hubiak 
Jeanne Hughes 
Sandra James 
Bettie Jarvis 
Larry Johnson 



Thomas G. Jones 
Suzanne Jones 
IJnda Kades 
Anthony Katsias 
Rosalie Kelsey 




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EIGHTH 

Ersel Killen 
Charles Kriinimel 
Mary L. I anmcn 
Sara Lemmon 
Margaret. McCurtain 



Jane Meredith 
William Meredith 
Nick Michaels 
Wayne Morgan 
Delores Faye Morrisette 



Norman Morse 
Alfred Miindy 
Carl Newton 
Barbara Perkins 
Roy Perry 



Thomas Pollock. Jr. 
Jeannette Porter 
Holmon Calvin Rawls 
Robert Lee Rice 
lames Rowe 



Betty James Sadler 
Steven Salle 
Nancy Saunders 
Linda Jean St. Germain 
Alyce Savage 



Elwood Sawyer 
Kat.ya Shoemaker 
Harry Skipper 
Shelly Smyth 
Carolyn Sykes 



GRADE 



Charlotte Taylor 
Dorothy Tetley 
Kathleen Tignor 
Darrell Tillett 
Grace Tucker 



Virginia Twine 
James Wolcott 
Marianne Walker 
Raymond Ward 
Martha Waters 



Terry Webster 
Donald White 
Leslie White 
P. B. White. Jr. 
Terry White 



Fred Williams 
Diane Winters 
Clarence Wood 
Sandra Wood 
Thomas Woodhouse 



Merita Ann Woody 
John Wright 
Deanna Wunschel 




Not pictured: 

Garland Crank, Tyrone 
Evans, Clark Ebrlich, 
Erik Goudie, Patricia 
Grayson, Melvin Mc- 
Reynolds 



MRS. TAYLOR'S SEVENTH GRADE 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right— Joyce Day, Michael Witt. Eric Jenkins. Gene Evans. Peter McKennan, Jill 
Lanning. Andy Sergent. Harry Rohertshaw, Johnny Rice. Jo Ann Garrison. Martha Dickerson. SECOND 
ROW: Left to Right — Mrs. Mary Glenn Taylor. Johanne Tyree. Vicki Knapp. Sandra Doss. Joan Voliva. 
I.inda W'hitten. Gene Jenkins. Robin Bidwell. Herman Castle. Tommy Barnes. Fred White. THIRD 
ROW: Left ot Right — Brian Paphides. Linwood Nelson. Kathrvn Dimlap, Janet Snitz. Jiidv Walsh. Joyce 
.Sweeney. Michael Pope. Andy Hobson. Bill Woolen. Martha Bell. Wilson Gilliam. FOURTH ROW: 
Left to Right — Dianne Mattews. Tommy Reynolds. Thurman Moore. Nickie Wallace. Cecil Massey, 
Jeanelle Gaskins. Louise Tarkenton. Mildred Chittum. Oral Lambert. 



MISS HOOPER'S SIXTH GRADE 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right — Bonnie Bill. Bill Rueger. Mona Rader. David Jones. Bettie Kate Cadieux. 
Allen Massie. Mary en Wooling. Skipper Burwell. Margie Billos. Douglas Hall. Peggy Austin. SEC- 
OND ROW Left to Right — Miss Hooper. Alice Voliva. John Kull. Sharon Meredith. Sarah Killen. 
Bonnie Brown. Pat Wallace. Elliot Bridges. Estdic Jett. Diana Bush. Patsy Allnutt. THIRD ROW: 
Left to Right — Mark Hancock. Roland Estey. Stephanie Sykes. David Helfrich. Jimmy Henley. Terry 
Kellerman. Jimmy Crawford. Karolee Corbett. Michael Johnson. Linda Stetson, Gordon Simpson, 
Jimmy Weedon. 



MRS. PATTERSON'S SEVENTH GRADE 




FIRST ROV\': Left to Right — Clyde Perry, Jimmy Woolf. John McMimus, John Fvfe. Kenny Krause. Bruce 
Helfrich. Cathy Demkowitz. Ann Warwick. Jon Snead, King Cox. SECOND ROW: Left to right: Mrs 
Patterson. Briiddv Baillio, Mary Berkeley, Judson Bryant. Herbert Blum. Carol Waters. David Fuller. 
John Brock Jard,' Carole Ramey, Frances Fitzgerald, Ina Miller, Gail Clark. THIRD ROW: Left to 
Right — Anita Tolstoi, Jo Ann Barco. Brian Donnelly. Poe Hearne, Ronnie Howard, Douglas Morgner, 
Jinny Bridges, Mary Cabell Ray, Irene Manas, Georgia Purrington, Beverly Kennett, Mary Ann Parker, 
FOl'RTH ROW: Left to Right— Ruth Ann Lash, Emily Bonney, Sue Johnson, Betty Barker, Steve Rine- 
hart, Hugh Kitchin. Freddy Derring, Dottie Bush, Jackie McCombs, 



MISS HOGG'S SEVENTH GRADE 




FIRST ROW: Left to right— Karen McKay. Doris Gilliam, Sandy Fridley. Charles Salle, Marsha Nemo, 
Leon Hubiak, Billy McClanan, Claudy Tucker, Gerry Colenda, 1 homas Straw, Michael Jeanette. Dawn 
Driver. Spencer Coughenour. SECOND ROW: Left to Right — Miss Hogge. Freddy Hiler. Henry Gregory, 
Skipper Smith. Robert Wallace. Charles Stephan. Karen Patrick. George Ferrell. Larry Reece, Ruth John- 
son, Mark Haus;r. Eddie Newbold. THIRD ROW: Left to Right— Phyllis Boland, 'Lynda Tetley, Reid 
Wilder, Faye Coppedge, Daria Brigham, .Alice Snellings, Bill Hoggard, Judy Culp, Barbara Jo Nelson, 
Robbie Goodman, Anthony La Giglia, Tommy Rose, FOl'RTH ROW: Left to right — Frances Buskey, 
Dave Helms, Troy Halstead, Dana Kane, Carolyn Maddox, Bobby Wahab, Michael Standing, Donny 
Washburn, Helen Vakos, Tommy Cavce. 



MISS MANBY'S SIXTH GRADE 




FRONT ROW— Left to right: Jan Latham. Pat Ricks. Sandra Burton. Gayle Howard. Walter Lee Banks, 
Phyllis Miller. Bobbv Wilson. Clarinda Hathorn. Michael Kennedy. Gay Riera. Mary Linda Standing. 
SECOND ROW— Left to Right: Miss Manby. Stuart Bryant. Cornell Berry, eorge Chappell. Skip Hills- 
man, Diana Foote. Linda Walton. Ann Stell. Betty Grace Smith. Judy Doss. Eddie Kinker. Butchie Clark 
THIRD ROW:Left to Right — Dianne Croonenberg. Carol Gay Rosser. Buth Maloney. Molly Knee. Bobby 
Brown. Carolyn Ansell. Bobby Friedrick, Carolyn Sharp. Robert Clark. Shirlee Swanson. DoLoris 
Wooley. Joseph Craig. Not Pictured: Bobby Bosher. ,'Mma Odam. Bill Huston. Sarah Cox, Stephen Banes. 



MRS. WHITE'S SIXTH GRADE 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right — Jeff Norman, Frimet Holbrook. Stewart Slagle. Gay Finley. Hugh Wood. 
Nancy Connell, Ronnie Salasky. Jacqueline Degge. Janet Patterson. Thomas Madaris. Ila Ma Brugh, 
Mary Buie Harwood. SECOND ROW — Left to Right: Mrs. White Harvey Patterson. Carol Harkelroad. 
Bumpy Baldwin, Harry Wallace. Leonard Barrell, Michall Braithwaite. Betty Wright, Billy Taylor, Elizabeth 
Foresman, Harry Bostian, Stephen Billos. THIRD ROW: Left to Right: Susan Howarth, Carol Jean Smyth, 
Virginia Petty. Geraldine Marshall, Andrea Petrick, Ann Carraway, Cordell Smith, Trudy Kitchin. Emily 
Grantham. Thomas Robinson, Earl Fisher, Arnold Cohen. 



ELEMENTARY STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 




FIRST ROW: Left (o Right— Beverley Kennett Ruth Ann Lash, Bobby Fredericks. Bumpy Baldwin, 
Robbie Goodman, Claude Tucker. SECOND ROW: — Left to Right — Ann Carraway, Martha Bell, Mary 
.Ann Parker, Fred Derring, Tommy Cayce, Johnny Rice. .Michael Pope. THIRD ROW: Left to Right — 

Miss Manby. Mrs. Patterson, Orrel Lambert, Andy Hobson, Michael Wilt, Leanord Burrell, Hugh Kit- 
chen, Bobby Basher, Sarah Killen, Konna Gayle Foote, Patsy Allnutt. 



Claudy Tucker — - President 

Bumpy Baldwin Vice-President 

Ruth Ann Lash - - — - Secretary 

Bobby Fried ricks Treasurer 

Robbie Goodman — Reporter 

Our objectives for the year were to increase five pointers, encourage sanitary health con- 
ditions, support the safety patrol, and to promote better citizenship. 

We participated in the Beach Bowl game, filled baskets for the Toy Fund, Sponsored the 
Junior Red Cross Drive, T. B. Seal sale, and The March of Dimes. 




FIRST ROW— Left to Right— Bumpy Bald- 
win, Robbie Goodman, Claudy Tucker, Ruth 
Ann Lash. Bobby Fredericks. BACK ROW: 
Left to Right — Mrs. Patterson, Miss Manby. 



ELEMENTARY SAFETY PATROL 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right— Piiiil Arndt, Eddie Taher. Andy Hobson. Oral Lambert, Bill Woollen, Stew- 
art Slagle. Miss Hogge. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— Mildred Chittum. Eddie Newfold. David Helf- 
rich. Martha Bell. Billy McClanan. Harry Robcrtshaw. THIRD ROW: l.cft to right — Emily Ann Bonney, 
Thurman Moore, Tommy Barnes, Kathrine Diinlap, Judy Walsh. Charles Shipman. Betty Wright. 





ACTIVITIES 



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THE HURRICANE" STAFF 



Lena Hutsenpiller Editor-in-Chief 

Robert Greene Associate Editor 

Nick Nelms - - Business Manager 

Judy Taylor Assistant Business Manager 

Julia Grey Wallace Circulation Manager 

Jo Ann Ferrell Feature Editor 



Jo Ann Johnson Art Editor 

Daniel Proulx — . Photography Editor 

Emanuel Katsais - — Boy's Sports Editor 

Anita Myers -- Girl's Sports Editor 

Miss Martha Wilson Sponsor 

Typists: Jane Sullivan, Kitty Fink, Cis Maulsby, 
Jane Kellam, Fred Barth. 




SITTING: Left to Right: Anita Myers, Nick Nelms, Julia Wallace, Buddy Greene, Lena Hutsenpiller, 
Danny Proulx, Jo Ann Ferrell, Jo Ann Johnson. SECOND ROW: Left to Right — Jane Kellam, Jobil 
Lassiter, Anita Cruser, Virginia Humphries, Ruth Beebe, Myrnie, Woodward, Ruth Thompson, Jane 
Moore, Becky Edwards. RoseMarie Price, Jo Ann LaGiglia, Miss Wilson. THIRD ROW: Left to Right- 
Charles Hooper, Teddy Wool, Miles Chappell, Meredith Jones, Jim Hague, Sandra Hood, Nancy Cathy, 
Nancy Barco, Donald Hartley, Jane Sullivan. 



"THE HURRICANE" STAFF 



The annual staff working hard from October 'till 
March, was able to complete the layout and send it 
to press by March 15. 

The salesmen directed by our able business man- 
ager have been working constantly. Their accomplish- 
ments meant the publication of our Annual. Our 
gratitude to them can not be expressed in words, but 
will be derived from having an annual in which they 
played an essential part. 

Only those of the staff can realize the hours and 
hours of work put into this book. Without our spon- 
sor. Miss Martha Wilson, we could never have under- 
taken or completed it. We wish to express our sincere 
appreciation to her and say, "Thanks for everything." 

Now, finally it is finished! We hope you, of the 
student body and faculty will enjoy the annual as 
much as we have enjoyed compiling it. It's success 
depends upon your gratification. 




MARTHA ALICE WILSON. Sponsor 




STAFF MEMBERS AT WORK: Left to Right— Julia Wallace, Nick Nelms. Danny Proulx. Lena Hutsen- 
piller. Buddy Greene. Anita Myers, Jo Ann Ferrell. Jo Ann Johnson. 




STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 



Myrnie Woodward - President 

Lena Hutsenpiller — — Vice-President 

Anita Criiser - Secretary 

Virginia Humphries Treasurer 



The Student Cooperative Association presi- 
dent and officers have worked long and hard 
to accomplish some of their objectives. They 
are: starting an Honor Club, promoting better 
teacher-student rehitions, promoting good 
sportsmanship for both players and spectators, 
sponsoring the Beach Bowl Ciaine and Parade, 
being in charge of assembly programs and 
having a clean up program for the school. 

Mr. Johnson and the Faculty have given 
much support in starting our school's Honor 
Club which has been very successful this year. 
The school S. C. A. is active not only in the 



school, but attends Tri-C and District meet- 
ings. Every year three representatives and the 
sponsor attend the State S.C.A. Convention. 
The convention, this year, at Harrisonburg, 
Virginia, will be on March 17th and ISth. We 
hope that we have benefited our school in 
some way and we feel that we have tried to 
accomplish all of our objectives. 

It is the belief of our sponsor that we need 
to remember one thing for the present and 
the future. I Would Be True to all I attempt 
to do and to try to accomplish in life. 



In order to do this we feel that we should 
have the following poem printed in this year- 
book so that wc may always have it near us. 
In conelusion this is what we leave to you — 



I WOULD BE TRUE 

By Joseph Peek 

I would be true, for there are those that trust 

me: 
I would be pure, for there are those who care; 
I would be strong, for there is much to suffer; 
1 would be brave, for there is much to dare. 

I would be friend of all the foe, the friendless; 
I would be giving, and forget the gift; 
I would be humble, for I know my weakness. 
I would look up, and laugh, and love, and lift. 

I would be prayerful thro" each busy moment; 
I would be constantly in touch with God; 
1 would be tuned to hear the slightest whisper; 
1 would have faith to keep the path Christ trod. 




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SEATED: Left (o Right — Lena Hutsenpiller. Myrnie Woodward. Virginia Humphrie«., Anita Crus^r. 
SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Ferrell. Gray Schaefer, Rose Marie Price. Anita Myers. Joan Stephan. THIRD 
ROW: Kennard Jard. Alyce Savage. George Sanderlin. Billy Ciilverhouse. Ted Wool, Charles Meachiim. 
Robert Greene, David Watts. FOURTH ROW: Kermit Scarborough, Frank Tarrall, Gary Rudman. 




FIRST ROW: Left to Riyht— Miss Edwards. Edwin Coleman, Henry Bliiey. Pat Bonney. Dennis Walker 
SECOND ROW: Left to Right— Cyrus Mclntyre, Claude Bell. Manley Grimstead. Phyllis Mollis. Billy 
Graham. Allen Connell. Wartield Leeke. P. B. White. Don Holmes. THIRD ROW: Left to Rijjht— 
Markle Costenbader. E. W. Scruggs. Alfred Mundy. Daniel Runk. Bruce Hague. Billy Simpson. Joe 
Wool. Mike Winters. Bill Lawrence. 



LIBRARY CLUB 



Edwin Coleman _. President 

Henry Bliiey Vice-President 

Pat Bonney - — - Secretary 

Dennis Walker Reporter 

Miss Edwards Sponsor 



The Library Club of Virginia Beach High 
School is composed of twenty-seven students 
who are interested in talking care of the library 
and learning its functions. 

The aims of the club are to promote good 
reading habits, to introduce good books to 
the student body, and to help the students find 
reading and reference material. 

Acting as assistant librarians, the club mem- 
bers work at the circulation desk. They also 
perform other duties such as reading shelves, 
checking on overdue books, and making bul- 
letin board displays. 



Since audio-visual aids are a part of the 
library, one project of the club is to become 
familiar with the film and slide projectors, the 
tape recorder, the record player, and other 
equipment. Thus the members can be of fur- 
ther service by operating these machines for 
the various classes in school. 

The library is the center for research and 
the assistants are trained in finding material. 
This ability is an asset in their own work, and 
they are also able to guide other students in 
locating material available in the library. 



BETA CLUB 



JoAnn Johnson - 

Anita Myers 

ludy Taylor 

Julia Grey Wallace 
Miss Betty Edwards 



Miss Martha A. Wilson 



President 

Vice-President 

- Secretary 

Treasurer 

Sponsor 

— Sponsor 



The Beta Club, recognizing juniors and 
seniors having a "B" average, was formed at 
our school in 1952. The club starting with 
only sixteen members, has grown tremend- 
ously; it now has thirty-five members. 

The club's motto is "Let us lead by serving 
others." It is our goal to promote leadership, 
character, and ability. 

Our club sponsored many projects this year; 
those for service and those for money making 
purposes. However, our main project was to 
raise money for the State Convention which 



was held in Roanoke, March 1 1 and 12. 

The Beta Club sponsored the Who's Who 
Club for all students maintaining a "B" aver- 
age during a six weeks period. Parties, movies, 
etc. were given to the Who's Who Club as 
entertainment, to try to get the students to 
work harder and make better grades. 

.Although our club is one of the youngest 
in the state, we have participated actively in 
the State's Beta duties and have developed 
into a full grown club. 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right — JoAnn Johnson. President, Anita Myers. Vice-President. Julia Grey Wal- 
lace, treasurer. Judy Taylor. Secretary was absent. SECOND ROW:Left to Right — Penny Pennington, 
Gray Shaefer. Linda Hearne, Anita Cruser. Virginia Humphries, Lena Hutsenpiller. Phyllis Jennett, Keith 
Wilder. THIRD ROW: Left to Right — Ann McManus, Maria Johnson, Murnie Woodward. Sandra Hood, 
Pat Bonney. Patsy Skipper. Nancy Barco. FOURTH ROW: Left to Right— Bill Costenbader. Roger Kee 
noy, Tommy Lief. David Watts. Buddy Greene. David Chrisman. 



MONOGRAM CLUB 



Arlhiir Barco — — — — President 

Jack Miaclver — - Vice-President 

David Chrisman — -- — Secretary 

Herve Ouellette -- Treasurer 

Emanuel Katsias - Publicity Director 

Kermit Scarborough - Sergeant-At-Arms 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right — Dave Watts, Donald Batchelor. Herve' Ouelette, Jack Mclver. Kayo Barco. 
Brian Zittrain. Horst Flora, Billy Barton, Leroy McReynols. SECOND ROW— Bill Costenbater. West- 
ley Sykes. David Sanderlin, Tommy Brown. Bobby Maclver, Tommy Leif. David Chrisman. Donald 
Hartley, Pat Standing. Morris Jester. THIRD ROW: Dean Wyrick, Larry Harless, George Sanderlin, 
Charles Greig. H. W. Childress, Kenny Jard, Emanuel Katsias. FOl'RTH ROW — Kermit Scarborough. 
Coach Fred Isaacs, and Frank Tarrall. 



Consisting of a group of twenty-nine mem- 
bers, this club is one of the most active in the 
school. The primary purpose of the club is to 
raise funds to buy monogram jackets. Those 
jackets are awarded to boys who earn them 
by making a letter in their last two years in one 
particular varsity sport. To help pay for these 



jackets, two major fund raisers were put into 
successful operation. Because of the eager 
enthusiasm of all members, the dances held 
after football games and by selling soft drinks 
and popcorn during the home basketball 
games, our goal was accomplished. 



CAMERA CLUB 



Bill Morgan - - President 

Clinton Walker Vice-President 

Glenn Morgan — - - - Secretary & Treasurer 

Harry Mosley - -- Reporter 

Mr. James Cook - — Sponsor 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right— Glen Morgan. Clinton Walker. Bill Morgan. 
John Lewis. Kip Moore. Alfred Cross. Allan Burnett, Lynn Rothwell. 



SECOiND ROW: Mr. Cook. 



The Camera Club was organized to arouse 
the interest of students interested in photog- 
raphy and to give these students the oppor- 
tunity of learning to use photographic equip- 
ment. Included among our equipment are a 
Speed Graflex Press Camera and an enlarger. 



During our club periods we have discussed 
the proper procedure for taking better pictures. 
Mr. James Cook, our sponsor, secured several 
books for us on the subject. Also we have 
taken pictures at football games and other 
school activities and we have developed and 
printed these. 



TEEN-TONES 



The Teen Tones are a group of twelve mu- 
sically talented girls. They originated the year 
\'irginia Beach High School first opened and 
were chosen by Mr. J. William Miller. Under 
Mr. Miller's able direction the Teen Tones 
have sung for social events, banquets, and on 
television. This year the girls are: Anita My- 



ers, JoAnn Ferrell. Frances McLean, Sally 
Southerland, Connie Musick, Julia Grey Wal- 
lace, Diane McCombs, Sandy Briggs, Jo Ann 
Johnson, Grey Schaeffer, Jo Ann LaGiglia. 
Substitutes are: Cis Maulsby, Ruth Beebe, 
Cheryl Wallace. 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right — Julia Wallace. Diane McCombs, Frances McLean. Anita Myers. Jo Ann 
LaGiglia. Jo Ann Ferrell. BACK ROW: Left to right — Grey Shaeffer, Sandy Briggs, Jo Ann Johnson. 
Sally Southerland. Connie Musick. 



CHORUS 



Robert Greene 
Ted Wool - 

Anita Myers ■ - 
JoAnn Ferrell 
Diane McCombs 
Robert Greene 



President 
Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Librarian 
- Accompanist 



The \'irginia Beach High School Chorus, 
under the direction of Mr. J. William Miller, 
is a well known and very active organization 
around the school and city. 

This year our members, coming from all 
grades of high school, total seventy-six. 

We started rehearsals in September prepar- 
ing a program for our special chorus assemble 
and a Lions club tea. Our ne.xt project was the 
presentation of the annual Christmas concert. 
This program with its candle light and beauti- 



ful scenery was most effective. We also sang 
Christmas music for the service men at Fort 
Story and the Virginia Beach Hospital in De- 
cember. In January a small group sang at 
the home of Mrs. Van Buskirk for the Vir- 
ginia Beach Music Club tea. In February the 
chorus sang for the Religious Brotherhood 
meeting and in March, sang a selection over 
the Radio. April 22, we sang at the Kecough- 
tan Hospital. Our last performance of this 
year was at the Graduation exercises, June 9, 
1955. 




FIR.ST ROW: Left (o RiKlit — Fnin.e^j J<?nnmt'>, Viit'iiiia I-sr.iiii, Rchm Rien.i. Kiilh.iinf Bl.ik.-, HcIhii VVililc, Bc.ky 
JolinsDii. Pes^y Alderman Ctiris Traham. Jane Moore, Lii< .v Ward, Anila M.vers. JoAnn Ferrell, Carol.vn Maulsby, 
Linda Hearne. Sandra Hitt, J. William Miller, SECON'O ROW: Bertha Wise, Betsy Faleoner. Felii-e Miller, Marion 
Alleii. Betty Ann Harrell. Sand.v Brisrgs, Frencess McLean, Dorothy Lawrence, Sally Solltherland. Carolyn Hutsen- 
pillar. Betsy Southerland, Sandy Wilsh, Maxine Moore, Gale PhiUijis, JoAnn Johnson, Jane Kellam, Joan Wise. 
Doris Perry, Fannie Lily, .. THIRD ROW: Snsan Grip-prs, Rose Marie Pi-ice, Xita Criiser, Jobil Lassitei', Gray Shaefer, 
Marcia Abernathy, Rtitti Beebe, Pat Staiidingr, Billy Cnlverhouse, Horst Flora, Ted Woou, Bill Meachnm, Don Moss. 
Bruce Has-iie. Henry Bliley, Allen Burnet, Cheryl Wallace, Julia Grey Wallace. Diane McConibs. Sue Brothers, 
Sue Ser{.rent. Accompanist Robert Gl'eene, 





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FRONT KOU: Lett t» Kitiht — K;itliren Bkike, Silvia Berry. Kay Twisdale. Sue Arosta. Ellen Ackiss. Ruth Beebe. 
Diane McCombs. Hai-ricii rnirh;ini, Pat Martin. Carolyn Hutsenpillar. Mai-j- Gale Kluzniok. Sandi' Walsh, Alyre 
Sava,^e. SECOND ROW: Left to Riglit — Lila Ross Davis. Jarkie Tillet. Gale Phillips. Snzanae Halstead. Patsy 
SUiiJjier. Courtney Storniont. Grace Jordan. Kieth Wilder. Becky Edwards. Penny Reira. Connie Musiek. Helen Davis, 
Martha Waters. Beverly Baldwin. Jane Moore. Betty Jarvis. THIRD ROW: Left to RiRlit — Ursela Kirien. Barbara 
Bill. Helen Weible. Nancy Barco. Fred Earth. Mickey McKully. Ted Wool, Charles Hooper. Jerry Shields. Don Moss. 
Robert Standintr. Jim Howren. Richard Rice. Georg-e Ovletle, Genald Bntihani. Carolyn Culverhouse, Pegrgy Ann 
Howard. Sanuru Millig^an. Grace Tucker. 



THE MUSIC CLUB 



Ruth Beebe -- - President 

Kieth Wilder - - Vice President 

Harriet Durham Secretary-Treasurer 

Gale Phillips — - - Reporter 

Mr. J. William Miller - — Sponsor 



The Music Club was organized to acquaint 
the students with the music of ail nations. 
Music expresses many emotions, therefore, 



the Music Club presents compositions, rang- 
ing in scope from the greatest classics to con- 
temporary works of modern day artists. 




FIRST K«\V: — Leroy Carroll. Treiisurcr : Alfred Gre^p: Vic-e President; Barbara Kinsella. Secretary: Melvin 
Chiltum. '-Jml Left Side — Miss liarher. Gay Baiill. Turk Finley. Dorothy Tetley. El wood Sawyer. Toniniy Felt on. 
Briir.-e Brown. .Sril I-el'l Side — Sally Ann Wiebe, Velda Dailey. Everett Brown. Harold James. Center StaiHliiis; — 
Mary Ann Billos. President. 1st Kiylit Sitle — Billy Culvfrhouse. Jon Bnrnt-tt. Bobby Ban-rot t. Johniij- Atkinson, 
Charles Dant. Donald White. Stanley BurTihani. *^ihI Ki^ht Row — Daniel Riink. James Cavalier. Tim my Periy. 



THE ART CLUB 



Mary Ann Billos - -— - - - President 

Alfred Gregg -- — Vice-President 

Barbara Kinsella — - — - Secretary 

Leroy Carroll Treasurer 



A glimpse into the art room during club 
period reveals groups of students busily work- 
ing on different creative projects according to 
their interests and abilities. During a typical 
club meeting, some members may be painting, 
others may be glazing ceramic figurines for 
firing in the kiln, a large group may be work- 
ing on linoleum block prints, cutting and 
printing monograms and designs, designs are 
being burned into wood by still other students, 
and someone might be loading the kiln for 
firing. In this way the members have a chance 
to discover and express their artistic abilities 



which is the main purpose of the Art Club. 

Another important purpose is to give the 
members a chance to work on group projects 
which will benefit the whole school. Some of 
these projects were the decorations for dances, 
Christmas decorations for the cafeteria and 
signs with blessings for the cafeteria tables. 
The float entered in the Beach Bowl parade 
pleased all the members by winning third 
prize for the most "unusual" float. The Art 
Club has also helped to publicize school events 
and activities by making posters and signs. 



THE LATIN CLUB 



The purpose of the Latin Club is to pro- 
mote a further interest in the study of not only 
the language, but also the Roman civilization. 

Projects this year have been a report from 
each member on some phase of Roman life. 
We have had several Latin spelling bees and 
a few translations. 

Through stories, myths, reports, and dis- 
cussions we have learned much of the ancient 
Romans including the fact that the Roman 
civilization at its heighth was just as high, if 
not higher than our own. 

As hard as it may seem to believe, we 
learned that they had plastic surgery, brain 
surgery, and medical instruments that we did 



not develop until this century. 

Two members of this club. Joyce Beasley 
and Roger Keenoy, have distinguished them- 
selves in the National Latin Examinations by 
winning medals for their high proficiency. 
Roger won a medal both his first and second 
year. Joyce won her medal her first year. It 
is a policy of the Association for the Promo- 
tion of the Study of Latin to award a trophy 
to the school winning three medals in one 
year or in consecutive years. We are very 
proud of our trophy which may be seen in the 
trophy case. 

The Latin students will take part in another 
National Latin Examination on the 31st of 
March. We hope they do as well in the future 
as Joyce and Roger have done. 




FRONT ROW: Put Rutter. Mrs. Hudgins. SECOND ROW: Roger Keenoy. .lim Hague. George Helms 
Anne Price. 



THE JOURNALISM CLUB 



Ashley Haycox President 

Tommy Brown Vice-President 

Bobby Creamer - - Treasurer 

Noel Duncan - -- - - Secretary 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right — Sandra Hood. Ashley Haycox. Tommy Brown. Noel Duncan. Bobby Creamer, 
Arlene Clark. Sandy Briggs. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— JoAnn Ferrell. Martha Ward. Audrey 
Southard. Christy Winters. Anne Fyfe, Ruth Thompson. JoAnn Johnson. Myrnie Woodward. Frances 
McLean. THIRD ROW: Left to Right— Miles Chappel. Aubrey Holmes. Keith Porter. Billy Everett. 
Amber Rau, John Cassada. Charles Hardin. Royce Davis. Billy Hall. Ted Wool. Sam Evans, Bernard 
Hobson. Karen Cone. Sponsor — Mr. Everton. 



The Journalism Club was organized in 1952 
to promote interest in journalistic writing, to 
provide information about journalism as a ca- 
reer, and to serve as an outlet for journalistic 



ability and interest. 

The Club had as one project the task of 
supplying the local papers with news about 
the high school and the student activities. 




FRONT ROW: Left to Right— Suzanne Jones. Becky Williams. Cloe Christie. Sylvia Jarvis. SECOND 
ROW: Left to Right — Peggy Barco. Jane Meredith. Brenda Gunn, Fave Salmon. Terry McKee, Brenda 
Lovitt. 



DRAMATIC CLUB 



Chloe Christie 

Meredith Jones 

Suzanne Jones 

Miss Mary Sudduth 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

— Sponsor 



The purpose of the Dramatics Club is to 
give students an apportunity to participate 
in dramatic activities and express themselves. 
All phases of work in relation to drama are 
offered. 

"Eenter the Hero," a one-act comedy by 
Theresa Helburn. was selected for the District 
Play Festival which was held in the Virginia 
Beach High School auditorium in March. The 
characters were: Ruth Carey, played by 



Brenda Lovitt, Anne Carey, by Terry McKee, 
Mrs. Carey, by Faye Salmon, and Harold 
Lawson, played by Jim Hague. 

The purpose of the Play Festival is to moti- 
vate the development of a broad school dra- 
matic program. In 1954 our club earned a 
"Distinguished" rating in the District Festival 
and was invited to participate in the State 
Festival held at the University of Virginia. 



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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS 




SITTING: Left to Right — Cleve Gayle, Elsie GeorKc. Plnllis Jeanette. Nancy Crowell, JoAnne LaGiglia. 
Prisciila Weedon, Judy Harris. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— Linda Hearne. Sue Brothers. Anita 
Myers, Jane Kellam, Jane Sullivan, Cheryl Wallace, Virginia Humphries. Anita Cruser. THIRD ROW: 
Left to Right — Pat Cross. Joan Wise, Bertha Wise, Virginia Simmons, Sue Sergent, Nancy Roberts, 
Elizabeth Sergent, Sandra Cone. Nancy Milligan. FOURTH ROW: Left to Right^Beth Watson, Greta 
Godwin, Lucy Ward, Jo Shellman Betty Ann Harrell, Mrs. Cook. Nancy Esposita. Maria Johnson, 
Ann McManus, Nancy Cathey, Judy Taylor, Rose Marie Price. 



JR. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 




FRONT SITTING: Left to Right— Brcnda Gunn, Rosalie Cherry, Carolyn Svkes, Ann Hiibials, Gay 
Blackford, Sandra James, Marian Brubh. Pat Gilliam. STANDING: Left to right— Charlotte Taylor, Mrs. 
Cook, Kathy Tegnor. Jeanne Hughes. Virginia Twine. Marianne Walker, Denna Wunchel, Pam Haworth, 
Faye Morrisette, Jeanette Porter, Merita Wooley. Betty Lou Brite , Jo Ann Cox. 




SEATED: Miss Utley. BACK: Lee Dodge, Margaret Beasley. Irene Bartels. Joyce Roberts. Georgia Farwell. 



INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



Georgia Farwell 

Lee Dodge 

Margaret Beasley 

Mrs. Barbara Palmer 
Miss Jo Ann Utley ^ 



President 

— Vice-President 

— Secretary 

Sponsor 

-- - Sponsor 



The International Relations Club was or- 
ganized to give students a n apportunity to 
learn more about people of other countries. 

Members of the club prepared an exhibit on 
articles from foreign countries. We collected 
dolls, money, silverware, shoes, paintings, and 
shells from foreign countries. 

The club received a letter from a college 



student in Japan in which he told about his 
school and the Japanese people. An interest- 
ing letter was also received from a girl in 
Panama. 

Miss Utley sponsored our club during the 
first semester and Mrs. Palmer was our spon- 
sor for the second semester. 




KiKST KOW — ('liarles Hooper. Teil Wool. Sandra Hood. R 
MrLeaii, Arlent Clark. Dianne MeCombs. Linda Hearne. 
ON'D KOW — Jerry McClanan. Kathryn Blake. Be ky Edw 
Jarvise. Mary Kluznic. Ruth Beebe, Chris Trahan. Jo A 
Lanman. Linda Cades. Miss Pat Bowry. sponsor. THIKI) 
Harris, Gale Phillips. Sandy Brigrg-s, Sandy Walsh. J;in.- 
Durham. Mulf Water.'i. Kathy Shoemaker. Lila Davis. 
Hartlintr. Ro.\ ce Davis. Vinoent Grayson. Briu-e H;itfUf. ( 
Balcliler. Billy Everett. Bill Costenbader. FIFTH KOW 
Georg-e Helms. Jerry Shields, Donald Hartly. Mi.-ky M<( 



ulli Thompson. Keitli Wildei'. Betty Ann Harrell. Franeess 
Penny Riera. Alyce Savasre. Don Moss, Jim Hag'ue. SEC- 
ai-ds. Pat Bonney, Sylvia Berry. Nancy Esposito, Sylvia 
1 L;iGiirlia, Maxiiie Moore. Gra<e Tuoker. Mary Loii 
KOW — ^Pat Martin. Susan GriK"ffs. Joan Slephan. Judy 
Modie. Helen l);i\ is, Aniie Fyfe. Dorothy Lawrence. Harriett 
FOIKTH KOW — Mrs. Cook, sponsor. Sam Evans, Charles 
hai-les Meachuin, Ashley Hay cox. Tommy Brown, Donald 
— Betty Jarvis, Linda Fentress, Henry. Bliley. Jerry Newton, 
ully. Harry Mosely. Mark White. 



Hl-Y AND TRl-HI-Y CLUBS 



The Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y movement — 
world wide in its scope — has just been begun 
in the high school this year. It is a YMCA 
program, geared to the needs of the high 
school students, in which each member 
pledges to create, maintain and extend 
throughout the home, school and community 
high standards of Christian character. Its plat- 
from is clean speech, clean sportsmanship, 
clean scholarship, and clean living. There are 
two Tri-Hi-Y Chapters (girls), and a Hi— Y 
Chapter (boys). The Deftera Chapter of the 
Tri-Hi-Y, sponsored by Mrs. Cook, has as its 
officers; President - Sandra Hood; Vice Presi- 



dent — Susan Griggs, Secretary — Betty Ann 
Harrell, Treasurer — Frances McLean, Chap- 
lain - Ruth Thompson. The Epsilon Chapter 
of the Tri-Hi-Y Chapter, sponsored by Miss 
Bowry, has officers as follows; President - 
Diane McCombs, Vice President - Linda 
Hearne, Secretary - Penny Riera, Treasurer - 
Alyce Savage, Chaplain - Arlene Clark. The 
sponsor of the Alpha Chapter of the Hi-Y is 
Mr. Barnes, and the officers are; President - 
Don Moss, Vice President - Ted Wool, Sec- 
retary - Jim Hague, Treasurer - Charles 
Hooper, Chaplain - Emanuel Katsias. 



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FIRST ROW: l.i'ft to KUht — Mahony Tarrall. Kenny Sydenstrifker, Fred Baily, Panl Gres-ory. SECOND K(HV: 
Left to Kislit — Bubby Hurler. Wayne Morpan. Xieky Michaels. Aldone Davis. Harry SkiDPer. Wesley Pallott. Richard 
Daniels, Tommy Morer. Larry Johnson. Xorman Morse. Davis Gray. Harold Bowden. Eddie Bonney. Buddy Rice. 
THIRll ROW: Left to Riglit — CaiT Brown. Jim Smith. Billy Rainey. SkiT> Rawls. Dennis rulp. Charles Kriimmell. 
Paul Horn. Raymond Ward, Bobby Simpson. Jay Wood. Tommy Hall. Calvin Dansey. FOURTH ROW: Left to 
right — LilU'oln Smith. E<lward Rosenbome. Robert Gormley. Jimmy Wolcott. Darell Tillet. Charles Coleman. Tyrone 
Evans. Skippy Jones. Jimmy Jones. John Wrig-ht. Scott Blown. FIFTH ROW: Left to RiKht — Wilmont Owens, Bobby 
Keville. Teddy Newton. Richard Pratt. Mikel Gregory. Btibby Ray. Larry Ketch. Jimmy Lenard. Howard Cole. 
Anthon.v Katsias, Tom Cox. Vincent Gra.vson, Bill Mereililh. 



THE GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB 




KIKST ROW: Lett to Ri:;lit — Betsy Southerland. Sally Southerland, Robin Ricrra. Joan Stephan, Judy Tyree. SEC- 
OND ROW: Left lo Riulit — Virt'inia Insram. Julia Hawthorn. Pat Finnisran. Mary Howell. Allison Allen. Rosalie 
Kclscy. Dec Lawieu.c. Karen Lemon. Sally Lemon, Sandra Wood. THIRD ROW: Left to Risht: Jo.\nii Howard. 
Linda Kades. Amy Fuller. Tom Hanshiir,uii.-h. Jim Sadler. Marion Alwood. Pca^t-y Dickerson. Juily Wlule. Babs 
Perkins. Grac'c Dreclisel. FOIRTH ROW: Left to Richl : Kathy Shoemaker, Mary Loil Laninam, Mi. key Balllo. 
Brenda Clark. Peirsy Alderman, Linda Fentress, Susan Grisss, Nellie Baillo. Judy Graham, FIFTH ROW: Left to 
Right — Gloria Curley, Lai^'ena Falton, Beverly Bayne, Mary Robin White, Nancy Kllzmiller, Felice Miller, .Ierr.\ 
MoClannan. Delores Laney, Barbara Millett, 




FIRST ROW: Deloris Lanev. .loan Stephen, Buddie Wooley, Larry Keech. Bill Hoggard. Ruth Johnson. 
Jerry McClannan. SECOND ROW: Diana Hallis. Shelly Smythe. Ronnie Cason. P. B. White, Mark 
Hancock, Bobbie Harler, Mary Kay, Sandy Moore, Alyce Savage. THIRD ROW: Carry Brown, Stewart 
Slangier. Dickie Cook, Bill Lawrence, Bonnie Ray, John Kull, Carol Rosser, George Ferrell. FOURTH 
ROW: Anthony Katsias, John Helms. Terry Wright, Tommy Camp. David Helfrich. Donald Haircloth, 
Mr. R. J. Vermilyea. Greta Godwin, Fred Bailey, Wendy Brown, Charles Gregg, George Helms. 



BAND 



Fred Bailey Captain 

George Helms - Lieutenant 

Don Holmes Lieutenant 

Dennis Walker Sergeant 

Tommy Camp -- Sergeant 

Larry Reece — Sergeant 

Greta Godwin Corporal 

Joan Stephen Corporal 

Carol Rosser - — Corporal 

Alyce Savage Librarian 

Delories Laney — Librarian 



The V. B. H. S. Band, organized only three 
years ago, has grown to a membership of 
forty-five students. The band has provided 
music for our football games and has repre- 
sented our .school in local parades. 

On March 18th, 19th, and 20th the band 
took part in the Virginia State Band Contest 
in Portsmouth at Woodrow Wilson High 
School. 




FLACiBKARERS 

Kneeling: Betty Ann Harrell. Gail Phillips 
Standing: Harriet Durham, Frances McLean 



DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB 



Emanuel Katsias - - . President 

Saul Jacobs - Vice-President 

Judy Taylor - - - - Secretary 

Maxine Moore - - Treasurer 

Lena Hutsenpiller Publicity Chairman 

Larry Harless — Parliamentarian 

Mrs. Nora E. Communale - - - Sponsor 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right— Lena Hutsenpiller, Judy Taylor. Emanuel Katsias. Saul Jacobs. SECOND 
ROW: Left to Right — Jo Shellman. Micky McCully. Jack Whitehurst. Bill Hall. Bill Simmons. Maynard 
Allen, Charles Gurley, Leo Allen. Mrs. Communale. 



There are two main purposes of the Dis- 
tributive Education Club, and they are as fol- 
lows: to provide the club members with a 
means of learning of the vocational oppor- 
tunities in the field of distribution and of their 
significance to community life; to develop 
leaders among the members who will be cap- 
able of handling important responsibilities in 
the field of distribution both now and in the 
future. 

This year the D. E. Club has accomplished 
two major projects: club members sent thirty- 
five printed invitations to outstanding people 
in the Tidewater District to attend the D. E. 



Convention, at Woodrow Wilson High School, 
in Portsmouth, and sold tickets for the March 
of Dimes basketball game, held on February 
25th, in the school gym. 

Emanuel Katsias was elected, as a repre- 
sentative of the club, on February 24th to 
attend the 12th Annual D. E. State Conven- 
tion in Richmond. The Convention dates were 
set for March 6th-8th, and the following club 
members went to attend the "Open House" 
on March 8th: Maxine Moore, Courtney Mur- 
phy, Jack Whitehurst, Charles Gurley, Leo 
Allen, and Maynard Allen. 



SCIENCE CLUB 

David Pinnigan -— - -- President 

Larry Everett — - — Secretary 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Melvin McReynolds, Tommy Pollock. Michael Bailey. Bruce Brown, Erik 
Goudie, Davey Finnegan, Larry Everett. Fred Williams. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— Terry White. 
John Hedges. John Helms. Terry Webster. Tommy Woodhouse, Leslie White. Leland Robinson. 



The Science Club has as its purpose the 
bringing together of those students interested 
in science and the promoting of a broader 
interest in scientific fields. 

Anyone who is interested in science may 
become a member of this club. The club is 



particularly interested in helping the club 
members carry on science projects at home. 

During the club periods the members give 
project reports, perform experiments, and 
view scientific movies. 



BEACHCOMBER STAFF 



Jo Ann Johnson - Editor 

Ashley Haycox. Jr. - — Assistant Editor 

Ted Wool — Business Manager 

Noel Duncan — - Feature Editor 

Emanuel Katsias Boys' Sports Editor 

Jo Ann Ferrell - — Girl's Sports Editor 

Jobil Lassiter Reporter 

Jane Kellam - Reporter 

Jim Hague --- — Reporter 

Bill Hall - - - -- - Reporter 




SEATED: I 

Haeue. Jane 



eft to Right — Jobil Lassiter. Jo Ann Ferrell. 
Kellam. and Mr. Everton. Sponsor. 



STANDING — Noel Duncan. Bill Hall. Jim 



Our high school paper, "The Beachcomber," 
was sponsored by the Journalism Class. Offi- 
cers of this year's paper were members of this 
newly-formed class. 

The purpose of the school paper was to 
serve as an educator, as an entertainer, as a 
proiTioter of community spirit and as a guard- 
ian of the students' rights. The paper was pub- 
lished six times during the year, each edition 



being six or eight pages. Virginia Beach Sun 
News was the printer for these editions. 

To publish a newspaper is a tremendous 
task and much experience in the field of 
writing was gained through such a struggle. 
The staff of the "Beachcomber"" selected as 
their motto the following: "A Nose for News 
Is Essential.'" 




ATHLETICS 



VARSITY 




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HKSI KOW: Left to Right — Jack Maclver. Oeorge Sandcrlin, Morns Jester. Brian Zittrain. Louis 
Spruill. Frank Tarrall, Arthur Barco. Kermit Scarhoraugh, Herve Ouelette, Tommy Barnes. Dean Wyrick. 
SECOND ROW: Left to Right — Billy Culverhouse. Harold James. Pat Standing. Everette Brown. Donald 
Batchelor. Emanuel Katsias, Horst Flora. Charles Meachum. Davis Watts. Don Holland. Bob Maclver. 
Kenny Sydenstricker, Tommy Brown. THIRD ROW: Left to Right — Kenny Jard. Mr. Day. Fred Bailey. 
Bobby Crowell. James Stewart. Anthony Katsias, Jay Wood. Mahone Tarrall. Jimmy Walcott. Mr. Cook, 
Mr. Isaacs. 



RECORD 



Virginia Beach 55 

Virginia Beach 

Virginia Beach 24 

Virginia Beach 32 

Virginia Beach 12 

Virginia Beach 19 

Virginia Beach 19 

Virginia Beach 12 

Virginia Beach 6 

Virginia Beach 20 



North Hampton 

Churchland 34 

Poquoson 

Gloucester 6 

Suffolk 12 

Smithfield 6 

Great Bridge 

Chowan College J. V 6 

Norfolk Catholic 

Deep Creek 7 



TOTAL SCORE 199 



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FOOTBALL 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Coaches Cook, Issacs, Day 



COACHES 

Coach Fred Isaacs Head Coach 

Coach Jim Cook Line Coach 

Coach Obie Day J. V. Coach 




AWARDS MADE AT FOOTBALL BANQUET 



SEAHAVVkS ARE KLADV 



Left lo Right — George Sanderlin. Best Back. Arthur Barco, Best Linesman. Kermit Scarborough, Best 
.All-round Player and Eddie Stowers. Captain of Wake Forest Football Team, who made the awards. 



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JUNIOR-VARSITY FOOTBALL 




FRONT ROW: Left to Right— Paul Gregory. George Meredith. Hony Tarrell. Fred Bailey. Bobby Crowell. 
Joe Wool. Jimmy Stewart. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— Bill Sykes. Alden Davis. Jay Wood. Jimmy 
Wolcott. David Sanderlin. .^llen Connell. Bohby Gormley. THIRD ROW: Left to Right— Harry Gilliam. 
Wayne Morgan. Howard Cole. George Ouellette. Wesley Sykes. Bill Wunschel. Edwin Jones. Coach Day. 



MIDGET FOOTBALL 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right— Michael Kennedy. Lucky Martin. Walter Banks. Thomas Wilson. Skipper 
Barren. Gary Lamb. Kelly Wood. Jeff Norman. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— George Chappell. Jimmy 
Weedon. David Jones. Jimmv Henley. Bucky Sanderlin. Jinimv .Albn. Leon Hiihiak. lohn Fyfe. Douglas 
Morgner. THIRD ROW: Left to Right — Cornell Berrv. Butch Malonev. Freddv Hiler. John Turner. 
Russell Ramsey. Raymond Sanderlin. Tommy Cayce. Harry Wallace. FOURTH ROW: Left to Right— 
Judson Bryant. Henry Gregory. Hugh Kitchin. Thurmond Moore. Bobby Wahab. Stephen Billis. Randy 
Rau. Mike Standing. Steve Rinehart. Mr. Pitzgearld. 



BASEBALL TEAM 




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FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Day. Jerry Newton. Bruce Hague. Ed Rosenbaum. Pat Standing. 
Brian Zittrain. Horst Flora. Kermit Scarborough. SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Jay Smithson. 
Tommy Lief, Harold James. Fred Bailey, Morris Jester. Leroy McReynolds. THIRD ROW: Left lo 
Right— Richard Pratt, Mark White, Lawrence Do.ss. Tom Cax, Alfred Cross, Bobby Gormly. FOURTH 
ROW: Left to Right — John Hedges. Allen Connell. Harry Moseley. Norman Morse. Bobby Barcroft, 
Wesley Pallett — Manager. 




Flora at Bat 



Barco Nab.s a Grounder 



BOY'S VARSITY BASKETBALL 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Vincent Grayson, Royce Davis, Morris Jester, Horst Flora, Don Moss, Brian Zittrain, 
Bobby Keville, Frank Tarrall, Harold James, Ashley Haycox, Sam Evans, Jay Smithson. KN'EFXING: 
George Ouellette, Manager. 




SCORES 

Va. Beach 68 Princess Anne 60 

Va. Beach 46 Poquoson .— — - 45 

Va, Beach 60 - Franklin 68 

Va. Beach 52 --Princess Anne 51 

Va, Beach 41 York 43 

Va. Beach 63 Suffolk 60 

Va. Beach 76 - Deep Creek 29 

Va. Beach 56 Gloucester - 37 

Va. Beach 54 - - Matthew Whaley 49 

Va. Beach 94 Prince George 31 

Va. Beach 77 Great Bridge ■ 50 

Va. Beach 72 Smithfield 55 

Va. Beach 60 - Churehland ----- 56 



GIRL'S VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 




FIRST ROW: Left to Right— Jane Sullivan, Anita M yen,. SECOND ROW: Lorraine Chittum. Rose Marie 
Priee. Elsie George, Myrnie Woodward. Helen Davis, Arlene Clark. THIRD ROW: Julia Wallace, Karen 
Cone. Gray Schaef'er, Cheryl Wallace, Judy Harris, Diane McCombs, Miss Bowry. 



SCORES 

Va. Beach 38 . Smithfield 58 

Va. Beach 36 Suffolk 56 

Va. Beach 41 Suffolk - 71 

Va. Beach 40 Deep Creek 51 

Va. Beach 20 Gloucester 54 

Va. Beach 51 - Prince George 62 

Va. Beach 58 - -Great Bridge - 57 



Va. Beach 33 - -Smithfield 



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Va. Beach 29 - Churchland - 57 




JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 




FRONT ROW: Left to Right — Darrell Shields, Vincent Grayson, Bruce Hague, Bobby Keville, Jay Smith- 
son. Edwin Jones, Larry Everett (Manager). BACKROW: Markle Costenbader, Bobby Gormley. Charles 
Dant. Wilmot Owens. Skippy Rice. Joe Wool. War field Leeke. Not pictured. Coach Jack Everton. 




SCORES 

Va. Beach 36 Princess Anne 46 

Va. Beach 43 Poquoson 18 

Va. Beach 41 Princess Anne 36 

Va. Beach 23 Churchland 28 

Va. Beach 51 — York 14 

Va. Beach 45 Churchland 52 

Va. Beach 23 Mathew Whaley —- 25 



Captain, Vincent Grayson 



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FIRST ROW: Left to Right — Mr. Cook, Glenn Morgan, lommy Barnes. Bob Mclver, Kenny Syden- 
stricker. Bill Costenbader, Brian Zittrain, Kermit Scarborough. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— Leigh 

Forbes, Warfield Leeke, Charles Hardin. Tommy Brown, Clinton Walker, Donald Batchelor, Royce Davis, 
Paul Gregory, Bill Barton. THIRD ROW: Left to Right— David Chrisman. Alfred Gregg, Dean Wyrick, 
Charles Meachum. Morris Jester. Harold James, Micky McCully, Charles Gregg, David Pinsky. 




Brian Zittrain Putting the Shot 



Bill Barton, Don Batchelor, Toniniy Barnes and 
Wyrick on the take-off. 



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WRESTLING 




FIRST ROW: Left Jo Right— Clinton Walker. Bill Wunschael. Don Holmes. Billy Svkes. Don Hartley. Billy 
Everett. Fred Bailey. Wesley Sykes. SECOND ROW: Bill Culverhouse. Kip Moore. Claude Bell. .Ion 
Bernett. John Lewis. Jim Jones. Jack Maclver. Bob Maclver. THIRD ROW: Mr. Day, Dean 
Wyrick. Micky McCully. Fred Barth. David Chrisman. .Arthur Barco. George Sanderlin. Charles Mea- 
chum, Emanuel Katsias (ManagerJ. 




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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 



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FIRST ROW: Left to Right— Jane Sullivan. Anita Myers. SECOND ROW: Left to Right— Linda Hearne. 
Gray Schaefer. Rose Marie Price. Jane Kellam. Sandy Briggs. Nancy Crowell. Jo Ann Ferrell. Johil Lassiter. 
Anita Criiser. 




What would a game be without our enthusi- 
astic cheerleaders? Here we have our high spirit- 
ed squad led by Co-Captains Nita Myers and 
Jane Sullivan. Undoubtedly their cheering for 
the team has been outstanding in giving spirit to 
both the players and the students at numerous 
ahletic events. 

The following Senior girls have been on the 
squad for three years: Anita Myers. Jobil Lassi- 
ter, Nita Cruser, Jane Kellam. Jo Ann Ferrell, 
and Rose Marie Price. Jane Sullivan has been 
on the squad for two years. The following Junior 
girls have been on the squad one year; Gray 
Schaefer, and Linda Hearne; Sandy Briggs, a 
sophomore, has also been on the squad one year. 



JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 

Kneeling: Left to Right — Frances Mclean. Betty Ann 
Harrcll. Standing: Left to Right — Betsy Southerland, 
Suzanne Jones. Diane McCombs. 



TENNIS 




BOYS: Left to Right — Mr. Parker, Billy Culverhouse. Ashley Haycox, Sam Evans Emanuel Katsias. Aubrey 
Holmes. George Ouellette, Danny Proulx, Billy Everett. GIRLS: Left to Right— Sally Southerland, 
Myrnie Woodward. Helen Davis, Robin Riera. 



GOLF 




Left to Right: Billy McClanan. Don Holmes, Darrell Shields. Arlene Clark, Crys Mclntyre, Bailey Swert- 
feger, Henry Bliley. Ashley Haycox. Sam Evans. Jerry Shields, .lim Hague. 




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FEATURES 



ueend 




ANITA MYERS 



ROSE MARIE PRICE 



NOEL DUNCAN 



MARCIA ABERNATHY 



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Best Wishes to the 

SENIOR CLASS 

of 

1955 



Norfolk Phone - Madison 50549 Night Phone - Va. Beach 429 



TAYLOR TRANSFER COMPANY 

HAULING CONTRACTORS 

Warehousing - Truck - Rail and Deep Water Facilities 

ni E. WATER STREET 



Charles H. Nelms, Manager 



Established 1 920 Inauiries Invited 



1920 - Our Thirty-Fifth Year Of Service - 1955 



K I TCH I N ' S 



VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 





- Established 1847 - 


D. 


P. PAUL COMPANY 




JEWELERS 




Telephone Madison 24623 


231 - 2 


35 Granby Street NORFOLK 10, VA. 



Congratulations Senior Class 



RICE'S INCORPORATED 



DOWNTOWN and WARD'S CORNER 



Phone MAdison 7-791 1 

M. R. HATCHER 

BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE 

138 Beverly Avenue 
NORFOLK 5. VA, 









HARDY 


'S 










DIAMONDS 












"Registered Jewel 


;rs" 










American Gem Society 




347 


G 


ranby 




NORFOLK, 


VA, 



Compliments of 

NORFOLK IRON & 
WIRE WORKS 





Compliments of 




THE 


MULTISTAMP 

527 - 29 W, 21st St, 
NORFOLK, VA, 


CO. 


M 


anufaclurers of Multistamp 
Stencil Duplicators 




"Made in 


Norfolk — Sold the world 


over" 



AYDLETT'S TAILOR SHOP 



Phone 182 



OCEANA. VIRGINIA 



Congratulations To The Class Of '55 

Best Wishes To The Senior Class And The 

Entire Student Body 

Frank A. Dusch Mayor 

John W. McCombs Vice-Mayor 

Frank D. Tarrall, Jr Councilman 

W. W. McClanan Councilman 

W. C. Everett Councilman 

E. W. Smith Commissioner Of The Revenue 

Lev\^is E. Smith Treasurer 

Hal E. Halstead City Sergeant 



CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



D. S. RUSSELL & SONS 


— WHOLESALE — 


FRlllTS. VEGETABLES & PRODUCE 


?i: Market Street Phone MA - 2-7686 


NORFOLK 10. VIRGINIA 



Excellent 


Restaurant 


"Open 24 hours year around" 1 


SERVING FAMOUS 


ITALIAN SPAGHETTI 




1614 Atlantic Ave. 


Phone 644 


VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



MEL-WIN BEAUTY SALON 

"Where Beauty is Created - Not Imitated" 

PERMANENTS & HAIR CUTS 

Special Rates for Students 



Phone 1989 



1607 Atlantic Ave. 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 




21st STREET WARDS CORNER 

"Tidewater's Complete Family Stores" 



Compliments of 



B. & M. DELICATESSEN 



Compliments of 



FRED A. HAYCOX 



and 



ASSOCIATES 



p. O. Box 187 
LYNNHAVEN. VIRGINIA 



"BEST WISHES" 



Epes-Fitzgerald Paper Co., 
Inc. 



704 Union Street 



NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 



R. C. Allen 
Typewriters 



Phone 

Madison 55369 



Tidewater Office Equipment 
Inc. 

234 WEST BUTE STREET 
NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 



Office and 
Art Supplies 



New & Used Machines 
& Office Equipment 



Thirty First Street Cleaners 



"Shirts Beautifullv Laundered" 



One Day Service & Special Cleaning on Request 



PHONE 902 



Compliments of 


Flanagan's 


Paint Store 


503 - 31st Street 


Phone 1235 


VIRGINIA 


BEACH. VA. 



BEACH 



DRIVE 



IN 



RESTAURANT 



Compliments of 



THE 



SPORTSMAN'S 



SHOP 



CONGRATULATIONS 
SENIOR CLASS 
OF 
1955 



JOHN E. WOOL LUMBER CO. INC 



has 



Two Lumber Yards To Serve You 



NORFOLK VIRGINIA BEACH 



1000 Berkley Avenue Birdneck Road 

Phone - Kimball 5-7388 Phone - 1 809-J 



GOOD LUMBER REASONABLE PRICES 



SUDDEN SERVICE 





TRY 


Birtcherd Dairy Products 




and 


•TASTE 


THE DIFFERENCE" 


Milk 


Ice Cream 


Ask Operator for Enterprise 688 



FINE CLASS RINGS 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

YEARBOOKS 

AWARDS 

JOSTEN'S 

Since 1897 

Representative: Stan Martin - 5103 Park Avenue 
RICHMOND. VIRC.INIA 



EMRHAE MOTORS 




TELEPHONE - VIRGINIA BEACH - 64 

406 - 17th Street 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



Munk nf ISirgixiiafcarh 



Compliments of 

EVERETT- JORDAN MOTOR COMPANY 

516 - 17th Street 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 

Phone 123 or 124 





TOM 


BRAITHWAITE 






Texaco Dealer 




Ph 


Cine: 680 


24th & 


Atlantic Avenuj 




VIRGINIA BEACH. 


VA. 



AMES & BROWNLEY, INC. 



Best Wishes 




Virginia Beach 


Florist 


23 rd Street 




VIRGINIA BEACH. 


VA. 



BEACH MUSIC COMPANY 

"Quality Musical Mdse." 

Studios of Instructions On All Instruments. 
Dancing. & Baton Twirling 

Phone 1445 
21)4 - 206 16th St. VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



HALSTEAD' 


s 


VARIETY STORE 




Newspapers 




Magazines 




Fountain Service & 




Luncheonette 




Drug Sunt 


Iries. 


Gif 


s. etc. 


Phone - 2.'519 




1710 Atlantic Avenue 




VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 





BEACH 


SHOE 


STORE 




17th Street 


and Atlantii 


: Avenue 




- 


Repairing - 




NEW 


SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY 


WE 


SPECIALIZE IN SHOE 


REPAIRING 



Compliments of 



A FRIEND 



Brinkley's Shell Service 

'A Friendly Service Plus Quality Products" 

DIAL 1084 

31st Street and Baltic Avenue 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



Compliments of 



JARD'S SERVICE STORE 



"Isn't America a wonderful country" 



Compliments of 


Langhorne Insurance Agency 


3102 Pacific Ave. 


VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



Phone 


26167 






E. 


RAY HOWELL 

OPTICIAN 
222 W. Bute Street 




Opposite Wainright Building 






NORFOLK, VA. 



FR AZIER' S 



17lh and Atlantic Avenue 



We Specialize In Junior Clothes 



Compliments of 




SEASIDE MARKET 




Complete Food Market 




- We Deliver - 




Phone 


189 




190 




191 



C 


gars & Tobacco Lunchenottc 




STEINHILBER' 


S 




221 Main Street 






NORFOLK. VIRGINIA 





Compliments of 

INGRAM PHARMACY 

207 - 25th Street 
Phone 3200 



Compliments of 

WESTERN AUTO 

Associate Store 



601 

17th Street 

VA. BEACH. VA. 



Phone 
808 



OUR 


BEST 


WISHES 


to 


the 


CLASS 


OF 1955 



The Normandie Restaurant 





Best Wishes 


Fantone' 


s Knitting Shoppe 


25th Street 


VIRGINIA BEACH 



FRANK R. FORD CO. 

JFWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS 



229 Granby Street 



Phone - Madison 52502 
Night Phone - Madison 50561 

Virginia-Carolina Electrical 
Works, Inc. 

Electrical Contracting - Engineering 

Marin? Installations - Motor Rewinding 

- 24 Hour Service - 



1007 E. Main Street 



NORFOLK, VA. 



ADAMS BROTHERS 

PLUMBING CORPORATION 

416 - 17th Street 

PLUMBING — HEATING 
CONIRACTORS 

Phone 3300 



Phone 
27805 



L. B. ROCKE 

JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS 

243 Granby Street 
NORFOLK. VA. 



Compliments of 

MILADY 



SEASIDE 
LAUNDRY & CLEANING 

QUICK SERVICE - GOOD WORD 
REASONABLE PRICES 

- Pressing While You Wait - 

17th & Pacific Avenue 



BEACH JEWELERS 

DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY 

Phone 1976 

Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

17th STREET & ATLANTIC AVENUE 



SEAMAN - THOMPSON 
5 & 10 


17th 


Street 


VIRGINIA 


BEACH. VA. 


If We Don't Have Wh 
It's A Nic 


It You Want. Try Rose's 
Store. Too. 



VOGUE BEAUTY SALON 

EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 

Phone - Virginia Beach 260 

17t.h Street 
JARVIS BUILDING 



SAWYER'S 



GULF STATION 



17th & Arctic 



Virginia 


Beach 


Hardware 


Lucas Paints 








Housewares 








Sporting 


Goods 








Building 


Supplies 




^12 - 17th 


Street 




VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 






Telephone 


1583 





Compliments of 



LAUNDERITE 



304 - 17th St. 



VA. BEACH. VA. 



"Service With A Smile" 
Phone 720 

CLYDE GAYLE'S 

Super Service Station 
17th & Arctic VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



MARTHA'S TAILOR SHOP 

E.xpert .Mteralions 
& Repairs 



304 17th St. 



VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 











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CHER 


RY-PEARSON 




2100 Atlantic Avenue 



BARTON'S JEWELERS 

DIAMONDS ■ WATCHES 
SILVERWARE 



Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

2022 Atlantic Avenue 

Charge Accounts Welcome 



Compliments of 




LAUNDERLUXE 


INC. 


207 - 26th Street 





levy/ 




CITY HAUTJ 



.4«UHtVC 



Tthru to 
-* — I PUIMi 



The Home Of 
HAMMOND ORGAN 

Our 45th Year 



Ph 


one 


655 








c. 


w. 


WADE'S 
STATION 


ESSO 






19th and Atlantic A 


ve. 






VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 





Compliments of 




THE 


HENRY 


WALKE 


CO. 




NORFOLK. 


VIRGINIA 





General Bronze Aluminum Windows 



Ludman Auto-Lok Aluminum Windows 



distributed by 



CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CORPORATION 



426 West 23rcl Street 
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



E. Ashley Haycox - President 



Phone Madison 27324 



Compliments of 



J. W. (Joe) PHELPS 



Kauffmann's Sandwich Shop 



17th Street 



Opposite McCoy's Esso Station 



The Colony Restaurant 



"Food and Atmosphere Par Excellence" 



Telephone 2284 



1910 Atlantic Avenue 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



Compliments of 



FOOD CARNIVAL 



30th & Arctic Avenue 



LOWERY D, FINLEY AND CO. 



General Insurance 



CITIZENS BANK BUILDING 
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 



COMPLIMENTS OF MR. EVERTON'S 


HOMEROOM 






Marianne W. 






Johnny A. 


Billy G. 


Shelly S. 


Lila D. 


Rosalie K. 


Bruce B. 


Michael G. 


Leslie W. 


Amy F. 


Mary L. 


Stan lev B. 


Ralph H. 


Clarence W. 


Pam H. 


Jane M. 


Markle C. 


Norman M. 


Allison A. 


Joanne H. 


Alvce S. 


Richard D. 


Butch M. 


Peggy B. 


Mary H. 


Katya S. 


Alden D. 


Tommy P. 


Gay B. 


Sandra J. 


Kathy T. 


Jerry E. 


Stephen S. 


Carolyn C. 


Bettie J. 


Gee T. 


Tuck F. 


Elwood S. 


Velda D. 


Linda K. 


Diana W. 



BEST WISHES 

from 

HORACE SIMMONS 



Congratulations To The Class of "55 




3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 
Downtown Ward's Corner Va, Beach 



FUEL FEED & 
BUILDING SUPPLIES 

19th & Pacific Avenue 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 

Phone 564 



MEYERS & TABAKIN, 
INC. 

246-248 Main St. 109-115 Atlantic St.. 

"The Friendly Furniture Store" 

Serving Norfolk and Tidewater for over 

Forty Years 

WINNER: Brand Names Foundation Certificate 

of Distinction 



WHEN YOU THINK OF SHOES. 
THINK OF . . . 




WARDS CORNER 

325 Granby 



WLn you SLp ^t C.S. 




IN VIRGINIA BEACH: 






Laskin Road 


17th Street 


Va. Beach Blvd. 


at Pacific 


at Arctic 


in Oceana 



COLONIAL STORES 



'Serving Southern Homemakers Since 1901' 



Compliments of 



Clark Chevrolet Corporation 



YOUR COMMUNITY CHEVROLET DEALER 



605- 17th Street 
VA. BEACH, VA. 



Phone 2286 



BROOKS - SHORTER 
MOTOR COMPANY 



STUDEBAKER 
Sales and Service 

PHONE 1666 



ADMIRAL 


STORAGE & TRANSFER CORP. 


Phone 3055 


Atlantic Ave. at 33rd St. 


VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS 

W. W. Johnson & Son 

INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 

1603 Atlantic Ave. VA. BEACH. VA. 



THE WAITES 

Atlantic Ave. at 25th St. 
VIRGINIA BEACH 

Clothing for Boys and Girls 



Compliments of 

ALBANO'S RESTAURANT 

Laskin Road Phone 778 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



AMES AND 


WEBB 


INC. 


ALL TYPES OP CONCRETE 


AND 


ASPHALT 


PAVING 




P. O. Box 4055 


Phone 


MA-22667 


NORFOLK 2 


. VIRGINIA 





CALL 



LINDSLEY OIL COMPANY 



Phone - Virginia Beach 205 



'Everybody's Fuel Oil Dealer' 



ESSO KEROSENE 



ESSO FUEL OIL 



CONGRATULATIONS 



and 



BEST OF LUCK 



to 



SENIORS OF 55 



HARRELL'S PHARMACY 



Compliments of 



FRIDLEYS 



Stationery and Book Store 



GOLF RANCH 




MOTEL 



Compliments of 



J. F. MacIVER 



Painting & Decorating 
CONTRACTOR 



Phone 2516 



VIRGINIA BEACH 



Compliments 



OF 



BOICE STUDIO 









to the Class of '55 



BOITIEO UNDER AUTHOBITY OF THE COCA COIA COMPANY BT 

NORFOLK COCA-COLA BOHLING WORKS. Inc. 




DIAL 21658 
217 MAIN ST. 

DIAL 53492 
123 COLLEGE PL. 





Compliments 


Cdr. 


and Mrs. H. P. Beebe 




Dr. J. W. Todd 



Compliments of 

m0 Feen 

NORFOLK BRANCH 
Phone MA 22892 

Ballentine Blvd. 
Jimes M. Hill & Virginia Beach Road 

Vic; President Norfolk, Va. 




KELLAM AND EATON INSURANCE CO. 



3113 Pacific Avenue 



Phone 156 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN -NEWS 

Princess Anne County's Home Newspaper 
Published Every Thursday 



COMMERCIAL PRINTING 

The Sun-News operates an up-to-date printing department, fully 
equipped to do a complete printing job, whether small or large. This 
yearbook is a sample of the printing that can be done in our plant. 



3108 Pacific Avenue Phone 1877 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 



Complimenis of 


The ESQUIRE MEN'S SHOP 


THE FRIENDLIEST SHOP IN TOWN 


1819 - Atlantic Avenue 


VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 


Phone - 3798 



OTLflNTIC 



CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 

SERVICE.. ..I N C ORPORATED 



205 - 21st Street 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 

PHONE 

74 
75 



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RUSSELL and HOLMES where shopping is a pleasure 



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