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"The Last V/alk'' 



Princess Anne County 

Training School/ 

Union Kempsville High School 



Dedicated to the 

Students, 

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Mission Statement 



We, the former student body of Princess Anne County 
Training School/Union Kempsville Highi Schiool, come 
togetfier to pay tribute to thie parents who had the vision 
to give their children u/hat segregation had denied them: 
an education. They raised money to fulfill their dreams 
and through their dedication and commitment they 
purchased the land for whence "a school of their own" 
was built. Later, the school evolved into a larger school, 
Union Kempsville High School. 

We also come together one last time in remembrance of 
our school, and to take "The Last Walk" down the halls 
of our alma mater to revisit the time spent in a building 
that had little but gave much! Though the building will 
no longer be a visible reminder, it is our mission to keep 
these grounds hallowed forever!! 

"Too much is given; much is required." 



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Table of Content? 



History 


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Messages and Thanks 


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Program 


10 


The Graduating Classes 


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Administration, Faculty, and Staff 


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Building, Activities, Clubs, Organizations, and Sports 


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In Remembrance, Sponsors, and Patrons 


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Alumni Directory 


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Notes 


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A Final Note - The Stadium 137 






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TkfflSTORYo/ 

Frinccss Anne County Training 
School/Union KcmpsviWc HS 

"t £\ "1 "t By 1911, Princess Anne County already had 
JL ^ A. A. three high schools that sen'ed the white 
population. As late as 1933, the County had 
no educational facility for the Colored children beyond the sev- 
enth grade. 

"1 Q ^ C Princess Anne County Training has a place in 
M. ^ jU kJ the local history of Virginia Beach. It is the 
first and only school to provide higher educa- 
tion for African Americans in Princess Anne County and Vir- 
ginia Beach. The school was also a community center, reaching 
out into neighborhoods inspiring indi\'iduals toward self 
improvement through education for adults and children. 

The history of Princess Anne Count}' Training School 
dates back to the evening of October 26, 1925 at Mt. OUve Bap- 
tist Church in Seatack. Colored parents, teachers, and ministers 
came together in a mass meeting to discuss a daring proposal- 
to build a Training School in Princess Anne County for Colored 
children. It was voted and the Princess Anne County Training 
School Association was be formed to rise the funds to accom- 
plish their dream. The Association raised money by holding 
contests, bake sales, excursions and other communit}' activi- 
ties. Monthly meeting were held and reports of money was re- 
ceived from churches, school leagues, and lodges sponsored 
money-making bazaars. 

OUTSTANDING FAaS: 



1926 



DEED BOOK 1 40 PAGE 314-315 

This deed, made the 9th day of August 1926, 
between Walter Kemp and DeUah Kemp his 
wife, of the County of Princess Anne, State of Virginia, parties of 
the first part. M. J. McPherson, J.W.C. Davis and L.H. Brinkley 
Jr., trustees of the Training School Association of Princess Anne 
County, Virginia purchased four acres of land for the sum of 
twelve hundred dollars. 



MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 
February 19, 1930: A committee from the 
Colored School Leagues appeared stating 
that they had raised an amount of money and purchased 
property as a school site. They requested the Board to assist 
them in establishing a Training School. The Board instructed 
the Superintendent to look into the matter and report his 
recommendation. 

MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 
April 16, 1930; After a long discussion about the constructing 
of a Training school in the County for Negroes, a motion was 
accepted that the Board table the same for a period of one 
year and in the mean while study the purpose of such school, 
and ascertain the feasibihry of a future expenditure toward 
such a construction. 

"t Q 5 5 Towards the end of the 1933 school term, 
JL ^ ij kj fed up with waiting for the County School 
Board to agree to the construction of the 
School, the Training School Associarion decided to set-up 
grades eight through eleven at the Union Kempsville School 
located at Smith Corner Church. Hatde Goodman became 
the first teacher, to provide higher education to Colored chil- 
dren in Princess Anne County. 



1936 



Works Progress Administration Grant 
SCHOOL TRAINING SCHOOL BUILDING: 
The initial grant amounted to 14,000.00 

was secured to construct the school, which was estimated to 

cost 22,000. The remaining funds were raised by the Training 

School Association. 

Works Progress Administration Grant 

AGRICULTURAL ANNEX; $5,133.00 Agricultural classes and 

storage area added. 



"1 /J 5 ^ October 21, 1937 Cornerstone laying cere- 
JL ^ kJ £ mony. Guest speaker was Hon. T. C. 
Walker, lawyer, advisor and consultant of 
Negro affairs for the Virginia Emergency and Rehef Admini- 
stration. 



1938 



FIRST HIGH SCHOOL CLASS GRADUATES: 

The first Colored high school graduates, 
graduated from Union Baptist Church and 
never occupied the new Training School Building. 
PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY TRAINING SCHOOL OPENS FALL 
OF 1 938. The building has four classrooms, principle's office, 
hbrar)' and a assembly room. It also has a two room building 
to be used for agricultural and home economics. 
Faculty: Thaddeus C. Smith, principal, Harry Robinson, 
teacher of agriculture, Hattie Goodman and Bettie V. Forbes, 
teachers. 



1941 



June 1941, Princess Anne County Training 
School is accredited as an "A" high school by 
the Virginia Department of Education. 



1946 



MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD MEETING 
August 20, 1946: A letter from T.C. Smith, 
principal of the Princess Anne County Train 
ing School was read requesting that he be relieved of hjs duties 
as principal and given a teaching assignment wth no modifica- 
tion in salary. New Principal: J. V. Boykins 



1949 



ADDITIONS 

Construction to the Princess Anne County 

Training School is being financed with a loan 

from the State Literacy Fund. The addiuonal space includes 

four new classrooms, a cafeteria and lavatories. 



1950 



Princess Anne County Training School be- 
comes a consolidated center for elementary 
grades in the Kempsville District. 
NEW HIGH SCHOOL: A 15-acre site, adjacent to the Training 
school is purchased to build a new high school for Negro chil- 
dren. The school contains: classrooms and safety rooms, Ubrary, 
a 526 seat auditorium, gymnasium, cafeteria and separate labo 
ratory and home economics facilities. 



1952 



ADDITION 

Construcuon of 14 classrooms and au.xiUary 

spaces for sixth, seventh and eighth grade 

students from the Kemps\'ille area replacing New Light, St. 

Johns, Union Kempsville and Piney Grove one and two room 

schools. 



1963 



Prmcess Anne County Training School re- 
ceives new name: 
UNION KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 



1969 



Despite the 1954 ruling by the Supreme 

Court, blacks and whites maintained sepa 

rate schools in many areas of Virginia. The 

last class of Union Kempsx-ille High School graduated in 1969, 

as an all-black student body. 



DEED BOOK 87 PAGE 193 
CLERK'S OFFICE CIRCUIT COURT, VIRGINIA BEACH.VA 



M. J. Mcpherson, et als, etc. 

TO(DEED OF B. & S. SCHOOL BOARD OF PRINCESS 
ANNE COUNTY 

THIS DEED, Made this 9th day of March, 1937, between 
M.J. Mcpherson, J.W.C. Davis, and L.H. Brinkley, Jr., Trustees 
of the Training School Association of Princess Anne County, 
Virginia, parties of the first part, and the School Board of 
Princess Anne County, parties of the second part. 

WITNESSETH, that for the sum of ten dollars ($10.00) 
and other valuable consideration, the said parties of the first 
part do grant with general warranty, unto the said parties of 
the second part the following property, to-wit: All that certain 
tract, place or parcel of land lying, situate and being near 
Euclid in Kempsville Magisterial District of Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, Virginia, and more particularly bounded 
and described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the western side of the Bay shore 
road on the line between the property hereby conveyed and 
the property of D. S. Baylor , which was formerly conveyed 
to Herman Bierkorrte by Walter Kemp and running thence N. 
68' W 420 feet to on iron pin; thence S. 23" 42' W. 429 
feet to an iron pin; S. 68° E. 420 feet to an iron pin on the 
western side of Bay Shore road ; thence running along said 
Bay Shore Road N. 23° 42' E. 420 feet to an iron pin, the 
point of beginning. Containing 4 acres, nore or less, 
according to a plot made of the property by J.H. Milholland, 
County Surveyor, July, 1 926, to which plat reference is 
hereby made for a more particular description and to be 
attached hereto and recorded herewith. 

The above described profierfy is conveyed to the par- 
ties of the second port for the purpose establishing a 
free high school for tfie colored children of Princess Anne 
County. If the grantees herein or their successors or as- 
signs shall cease to use the property for a free High 
School purpose, the land shall revert to the grantors 
herein anc/ they shall have the right to reenter without the 
process of law. 

The parties of the first part covenant that they have the 
right to convey ttie land to the grantees; that they said grant- 
ees shall quiet possession of the said land free from all en- 
cumbrances; that they, the said parities of the first part, will 
execute such further assurances of the said land as may be 
requisite, and that they have done no act to encumber the 
said land 

WITNESS the following signatures and seals the day and 
year first above written. 

M. J. McPherson (SEAL) J. W. C. Davis (SEAL) 

L. H. Brinkley, Jr., (SEAL) 

STATE OF VIRGINIA, COUNTY OF PRINCESS ANNE, to- 
wit 

I, Ruby Butt, a Notary Public in and for the County and 
State aforesaid, do certify that M.J. McPherson, J.W. C. 
Davis, L.H. Brinkley, Jr., whose names are signed to the writ- 
ing above bearing date on ttie 9th day of March, 1 937, 
have acknowledged the same before me in My County 
aforesaid. 

Given under my hand this 9th day of August, 1 937 



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MESSAGE FROM A TEACHER: 

Shakespeare said in his play, "As You Like It", 

All the worlds a stage. 
And all the men and women merely players: 

They have their exits and their entrances: 
And one man in his time ploys many parts. 

We have played many parts in life: students, teachers, doctors, lawyers, 
entrepreneurs, writers, business people, and many other activities. Today we are 
ending the love of our connection to Princess P\nne County Training School/ 
Union Kempsville High School, and the beginning of our connection and love for the 
replica to remind us of yesterday. 

May I extend greetings to all of you: teachers, students, and guests of 
PACTS/U.K. High School. I want you to know that the road to where we are today 
did not come easy until the school board realized that something needed to be done 
to commemorate the early existence of the only black high school in Princess Anne 
County. Though it was small, we enjoyed and learned there. As we recognize the 
success of our former graduates, we are proud and overjoyed at their successes. 
The former teachers of PACTS/U.K. High School can pat themselves on the back, 
celebrating the beautiful job we did for our former students. 

Enjoy your day and be proud of our heritage! 

Love you all. 

William J. Watson (Class of 1943) 



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A Note of Thanks. 



The "The Last Walk" Planning Committee would like to take the opportunity to salute our teacher, our 
informant, our commandeering chief and Godfather, Mr. William J. Watson, for his command. It was his 
idea to have this event so that the former students would meet as one student body one last time in our 
school. Princess Anne County Training School/Union Kempsville High School. 

We wish to recognize all former faculty members in attendance. This bittersweet and historic event 
would not have been complete without your attendance and for this we are grateful. We love you. we 
appreciate you, and most of all, we thank you for instilling in us a sound educational foundation and a 
heritage of which we are proud. We celebrate you! 

To "The Last Walk" Committee, we would like to thank you for all the efforts you put into making this 
occasion a momentous and successful event. You gave many hours of planning and reaching out to 
ensure that this would be an event to remember. The outpouring of passion for the school was always 
evident during the planning. No task was too large or too small and we cannot thank you enough for all 
of your dedication and willingness to make this occasion one to remember. We applaud you and your 
support groups. Go Tigers. ...go!! 

In addition, we would like to take this opportunity to thank all the former students who came from far 
and near to share in this occasion. Without your presence, this event would not have been a success. 
This day is dedicated to you! Mr. Watson wanted to make sure that you were the stars in the "final 
curtain call." We will always remember from whence we came! Although the building will be gone, 
PACTS/UK will never be forgotten! 

Finally, a "very special thank you" to Yolanda Jones- Howell, for her passion and dedication in seeing 
this project through, ..and last but certainly not least, to Mrs. Ruby Allen for her directorship of the 
alumni choir. 



To all. "thank you" and keep the Tiger Spirit 

Ruth W. Bell (1956) 
Theophilus Lawton (1962) 
Ray Spam (1966) 
Carolyn Jones (1966) 



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Chairperson 
Co-Chairperson 
Co-Chairperson 
Co-Chairman 



Carolyn Jones (Class of 1966) 
Dr. Ray V. Spain (Class of 1966) 
Ruth W. Bell (Class of 1956) 
Theophilus Lawton (Class of 1962) 



Logistics 

William Snowden, Chairman (Class of 1960) 
Herbert E. Warren (Class of 1961) 
Arthur A, Gray (Class of 1962) 
Early Ward, Jr. (Class of 1963) 
Iceillia Eugene Etherldge (1963) 



Communication 

Jackie Bowe, Chairman (Class of 1968) 
Ruth W. Bell (Class of 1956) 
Susie D. Whitehurst (Class of 1958) 
Dr. William Russell (Class of 1956) 



Class Representative 

Margie W. Coefield, Chairman (Class of 1962) 
Class Representatives (1938-1969) 



Memorabilia 

Carrie Christian, Chairman (Class of 1952) 

Josie Snowden (Class of 1952) 

Janice G. Holloway (Class of 1966) 



Faculty 

Thaddeus Cason, Chairman (Class of 1954) 
Jesse Mason (Class of 1954) 
Vivian K. Jones (Class of 1954)) 
Azelle W. Grimstead (Class of 1949) 
Madeline E. Downs (Class of 1949) 



Reception 

Mary H. Smith, Chairman (Class of 1961) 
Deloris Jefferson (Class of 1961) 
Naomi W. Morgan (Class of 1961) 
Evelyn W. Cason (Class of 1961) 



Souvenir 

Estelle T. Whitfield, Chairman (Class of 1959) 

Fannie Williams (Class of 1959) 

Ruth S. Warren (Class of 1961) 



Treasurer 

Laurice M. Yarn (Class of 1965) 

Hattie H. Battle, assistant (Class of 1967) 



Program Committee 
Dollle M. Gray, Chairman (Class of 1962) 

Norma G. Cherry (Class of 1960) Joan A. Siplin (Class of 1964) 

Annie Belle P. Kent (Class of 1962) Velma M. Wilson (Class of 1953) 

Brenda Riddick (Class of 1968) 



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From the Program Committee 

The day which we have planned and looked forward to is finally here: "The Last Walk" 
of the Princess Anne County Training School/Union Kempsville High School 
(PACTS/UKHS). 

It is indeed an honor to be a former student and committee member of "The Last 
Walk," a historic event. As the Program Committee Chairman, it has been a 
rewarding experience. 

Through the committee's researching of school alumni, the excitement of getting 
reacquainted with classmates, preparing a program, recognizing achievements and 
accomplishments, we found PACTS/UKHS former students in every field of expertise 
imaginable. They include doctors, lawyers, teachers, professors, judges, ministers, 
military, entrepreneurs, state/federal/city employees, and professional athletes, to name 
just a few. A feeling of pride and excitement was renewed each time we met, and as 
we talked with old schoolmates and remembered the great yesterdays, it was indeed a 
pleasurable experience. 

We would like to say thank you to the exceptional staff of administrators, teachers, 
counselors and support staff who provided us with a safe and comfortable 
environment in which to learn and prosper. 

Thank you to those parents who had the vision to purchase land to build a school 
to educate their children. Their vision is a reality today in you! 

Dollie (Moore) Gray, Chairman (1962) 
Velma (Malbon) Wilson (1953) 
Norma (Gibson) Cherry (I960) 
Joan (Askew) Siplin (1964) 
Brenda Riddick (1968) 
Annie Belle (Pnvott) Kent (1962) 



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Procession: 

Color Guard 

Chairman and Co-Chairman 

Dais Speakers and Guests 

Faculty 

Alumni Choir 

Committees 

Former Students 1938-1969 

Welcome: 

Introduction of Master of Ceremonies: 

Master of Ceremonies: 

Presentation of Colors: 

National Anthem 

Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing 

Retiring of Colors 

Invocation: 

Musical Selection: 

Statement of Purpose: 

History: 

Remarks: 



Solo: 

Reflection: 
(2 minutes) 

Response: 

Memorial Tribute 

Musical Selection: 

S Closing Remarks: 



Susan D. Whitehurst (Class of 1958) 

Norma C. Cherry (Class of I960) 

Dr. William Russell (Class of 1956) 

R.O.T.C.. Green Run High School 
Commander Jack Schick 

Francis Scott Key 
Words by James Weldon Johnson 

Bishop Bernard Williams (Class of 1963) 

PACTS/UKHS Alumni Choir 
"Alma Mater Medley" 

Ruth W. Bell (Class of 1956) 

Edna H. Hendrix (Class of 1969) 

The Honorable Meyera E. Oberndorf 

Mayor, City of Virginia Beach 

Mr. Daniel D. "Dan" Edwards 

Chairman, Virginia Beach School Board 

Joseph Lee Moseley (Class of 1959) 
"Old Man River" 

Faculty 
Class Representatives 

Mark Reed, Museum Curator 

Margie W. Coefield (Class of 1962) 
Power Point by: Sonya C. Harrell 

PACTS/UKHS Alumni Choir 
"My Wish for You." Carter 

Dr. Ray V. Spain (Class of 1966) 

Rev. Wilbert Mills (Class of 1949) 



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Mrs. Ruby L 7\Uen, Director 

Mrs. Otealia Jennings, Pianist 
Members 

Sopranos: 

Sandra Brock Harmon. Edna Bell Cason. Cwen Azeal Whitehurst Grimstead, 
Etheleen Kimble. Paulette Whitehurst Foreman, Beulah Williams Pegram, 
Adrean Williams Moody, Fannie Dixson, D. Carolyn Scott Gatlin. Judith Littlejohn. 
Inez Williams Larry. Hortense R. Spence, Linda Ashby Bailey, and Carrie Christian. 

7\ltos: 

Laurice Malbon Yarn, Otealia K. Jennings, Margie Coeffield. Shirley Whght Atkins. 
Tina (Ruth) Schofield-Warren. Sarah Burfoord Wiggins. Ethel Mae Haynes Carter, 
Delores Jefferson Stancil, Madeline Edney Gowens, Gloria White, and June I. King 

Tenors: 

Helen Elliott, Vivian Knox Jones. Terman E. Ames. Jr.. Brenda Riddick, and 
Ann Kimble McDonald 

Bass: 

McRay Plummer, Jackie Bowe, Jamie E. Butts, James White. Maurice Fuller, and 
Clarence Nelson. Jr. 



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In grateful acknowledgement to the teachers and staff of 
the Princess Anne County Training School who gave so 
much of themselves to prepare us to be productive 
citizens. We honor also Mr. William J. Watson who 
taught us and continues to encourage us, celebrating our 
achievements and sharing with us when we grieve. 



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Lillian Breathwaite 


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Class Representatives for The Last Walk: 
Madeline Edney Gowens 

Rev. Wilbert Mills, Sr 
Hortense Russell Spence 



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Trances S- Cuffee 
'XeCson (B. Q^avis 
J{ancy'J. (Duties 
(Bernice Q. Treeman 
CjCadys V. KamBeiry 
Virginia (B. 'Harvey 
'EveCyn L. Hider 
'Efh HoCsey 
Jiaron C Jfugdes 
(BarSara J. James 
J4mancfa L. Jones 



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Jesse <3. 9dason 
(David 9dcM[ister 
JAnne'E. 9/loore 
CMervyn (P. Owens 
WaCter (Parson, Jr 
Harriet C ^ddicfi 
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Q'oodman %Vard, Jr. 
^wendoCynJi. 'Whitehurst 
James %. M/iCCiams 
Lee M/. "WiCfie 
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(David L. (BeCC 
Irvin L. (Brinfifey 
James (E. Effiot 
Maurice L. TereSee 
JeanjA. Tfaynes 
Earnest S- Hid 
CjCadys C Jofmson 
J^eCCie V 'Mc(Ffierson 
Everette 'W. 9dunden 
Jesse OCds 
Jlfma C Stric^Cand 
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Mamie V. "lUilTiams 
CHarCes M. Woodhouse 



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YOU PAY ED THE WAY ! 

You belio ed in the po« er of education, in building 

character and finding one's own strengths. 

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Class of 1957 



CONGRATULATIONS: VELMA JOHNSON HALEY, (MOM), 

ON THE SO^H ANNIVERSAY OF YOUR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION. 

WE LOVE YOU, YOU ARE OUR ROLE MODEL, THANK YOU FOR 
EVERYTHING. 

RON, AVIS, ROBERT, WARNER, KEVIN, CHRIS & DOUG HALEY 
AND ALL OF YOUR 16 GRANDCHILDREN. 






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Class of 1964 



The Class of 1 964 is honored and privileged to have been a part of 

UNION KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL history. We are greatly 

appreciative to our principals, teachers, and advisors for their many years of 

love, patience, and sacrifice. The students' best interest was always a priority. 

Although the physical building will be gone, our memories cannot be destroyed or forgotten. 

Hail, UK HIGH!!! 

Class Committee 

Rozelma F. Byrd, Clifton Daughtry, Joan A. Siplin, 

Jeanette Smith, Regina F. Taylor 



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Principals 1938-1969 




Our First Prinicpal 

Thaddeus Smith 
1938-1946 



Principal 

J.V. Boykins 
1946-1969 




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Assistant Principal 





Donald E. Morgan 



Lourena S. Archer 




Front Office Clerks 





Miss Ellen Walker 



Mrs. Evelyn J. Gregory 



Custodial Staff 




A tidy school is a good school. Mrs. R. Fitzgerald, Mr. S. Dildy, Mr. J. Newan and Mrs. Miller team up to 
spruce up the school. 



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The culinary arts are ably practiced by Madames E. Jackson. L. Johns, T. Gilchrist, B. Boone, D. Russell 
and E. Wright, who make possible the healthy, hot lunches which are prepared daily. 



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The Faculty 





Mrs. Fredrica Ballard 
Home Economics 




Mr. William Watson 
History 
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Mrs. Oscelletta Walston 
Science 



Mr. Robert Gordon 
History 




Mrs. Jacquetta Robinson 
Library Science 



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Mr. Kenneth Wilson 
Mathematics 




Mr. Rodney Greene 
Mathematics 




Mr. Armistead Young 
Science 




Mrs. Doris Knox 
History 




Mrs. Mattie Patterson 
Spanish 



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Mr. William Price 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Louise Carter 
History 




Miss Hattie Goodman 
English 




<TY TRMNIHG SCWOi 

Mr. Clyde Siler 
Physical Education 




Mr. Harry Robiinson 
Agriculture 



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Miss A.L. Alston 
History 




Miss E.E. Morgan 
History 




Miss R.A. Perry 
English 




Mr. C.A. Willis 
Science 



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Mathematics 




Mr. H.L. Valentine 
Agriculture 




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Health & P.E. 




Mrs. M. Freeman 
English 



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History 




Mrs. L.H. Reid 
business Education 




Mrs. L.C. Harold 
English 




Mr. J.L. Perry 
Science 




Mrs. J.C. Cnffin 
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History 




Mr. J.R. Hassell 
Mechanical Drawing 




Mrs. B.M. Robinson 
Mathematics 




Mr. W. Daniels 
English 



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Mr. R.C. Setzer 
English 




Mr. S. R. Brown 
Mathematics 




Mr. Roy Reid 
Music-Band 








Mr. Lankford Weston 
Science 




Miss June Setzer 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Jean Siler 
Business Education 




Miss Olive Daughtry 
Mathematics 




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Mr. Alexandre Woodhouse 
Industrial Arts 




Mr. Thaddeus Smith 
Science 




Mrs. Maurice Greene 
English 




Mrs. Katie White 
Mathematics 





Mr. Judge Coss 
Physical Education 




Mr. C.L. Harvin 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Ruby Allen 
Music-Chior 




Mrs. Inez Wilson 
Art 



Mrs. Mabel Nicholson 
Physical Education 

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Homecoming *55 



Homecoming Queen 




Miss Dorothy Williams 
8* Grade 



Attendants 




Miss Jeannette Hill. Miss Patsy Haynes, and Miss Dorothy Williams 



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Homecoming *58 




Mr. Roy Reid. Director 




Organized 1954 



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Band 



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Officers: 

President: 
Vice President: 
Secretary: 

Assistant Secretary: 
Treasurer: 
Business Manager: 



Barbara J. Morgan 
Mary Mosley 
Dorotlny Williams 
Estelle Tucker 
Earnest Cason 
Stanley Brown 




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Choir 




Mrs. Ruby L. Allen. Director 
Officers: 

President, Patsy Haynes; Vice-President, Barbara J. Morgan: Secretary, Judieth Moore: 
Librarian, Shirley Mills. Stella Harding: Sergeant-at-Arms, Melvin Walker 



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Top Left: Reggie Jackson, Ann Ivery, Donald Petty. Linda Butts. Clifton Forman 
Bottom Left: Carolyn Smitfi. Deborah Peebles, and Evone Forman 



Cheering Squad 




Patsy Haynes. Cornet Gregory. Dorothy Little, Betty Boggs, Ruth Bowser, 
Eugene Smith, Natalie Parks, and Edna Scott 

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Girls' Basketball 




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1955 Qirls' 
Basketball 

Miss Rose M, Johnson, Coach 

Lois Sullivan, Captain 

Pearline Mack. Co-Captain 

Left to Right: 

Martha Goffigan, Aileen Haynes. Frances Brinkley. 

Ruth Haynes. Lois Sullivan. Pearline Mack. 

Ida Payton. Miss Rose M. Johnson. Irene Lamb, 

Estelle Jones. Margaret Hargrow. Barbara Haynes. 

Geraldine Ferebee. Pearlie M. Knox, Edna Bertha, 

Paige Bnnkley, Sarah Coston. and Jeannette Hill 




1961 Qirls' Basketball 

Left to Right: 

Leanda Broadnax. Audrey Price. Kathalia Drake. Margie Wilson. Maud Uzzle. Dollie Moore, 

Cora Jean Wilson. Mary Henry. Patricia Wilson. Regina Freeman. Deloris Jefferson 



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Baseball '66 



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Tennis 



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tennis is put into action. 



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Football 



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This was a year 



The U.K. Tigers tied for VIA District Championship for 
the first time in U.K. football history. They placed second 
for in-statewide competition. 




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The 



Champsl 



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for Champs! 



The Tigers had an exceptionally good season under the 
coaching of Head Coach Joshua Darden, with the able 
assistance of Coaches Charges Harvin, Robert Setzer, and 
Clyde Siler. The coaches believed even at the beginning 
of the season that the team had the "feel of champions". 





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Track 




Front Row: Darrell. Walls. Lindsay. Smith 
Standing: Carter. Haynes. Sydnor. Gary. Coach Price 



Most Valuable Players 
1958-59 




Football: 

Coach Judge Goss with Willie Ferebee 



Basketball: 

Dons Hamberry and Walter Walls 



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Our Dponsori 
and Patrons 



Thanks to the many people 

who supported this endeavor, 

helping to make 

"The Last Walk" a success. 



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The time has come... 

let it be known, that on Saturday, June 30, 2007, at the occasion of, "The Last Walk," the Union 
Kempsville Class of 1966, give honor to those faculty members who made sure that we were given the 
opportunity to enter into our next level as productive citizens armored with sound basic knowledge 
and skills to convey to our future endeavors. 

It is with the utmost respect, as we turn hack the pages of time, we recognize our class sponsors for 
without their untiring dedication, commitment, sharing, standards, and love, we would have been a 
lost generation. Their efforts were timeless, their motives pure and simple but their consciousness far 
exceeded our expectations. They had the insight on where we should go and took us as far as they 
could before releasing us to let us spread our wings. We, the class of '66 are eternally grateful for all 
that you gave and uHll forever be indebted to you. WE LOVE AND HONOR YOU... MANY THANKS 
TO OUR SPONSORS: 



Louise H. Carter (deceased) 
Hattie L Goodman (deceased) 
Emily E. Morgan (deceased) 



Bemadine A. Rasberry (deceased) 
William]. Watson 
Inez C. Wilson 



On this same day, we must also take the time to give honor to our Fallen Classmates, who have fought 
the good fight of life and gone on to a higher ground. We will forever hold them dear to our hearts and 
their names will always be synonymous with the Class of '66. The camaraderie that was established 
during those years spent at UK are precious and can never be replaced, their friendships ivill linger on. 
At our reunions, there are pictures of them, their names are apart of the conversations about our 
"school days," and we always take out time to commemorate their absence. CLASSMATES, WE MISS 
YOU DEARLY... MAY YOU REST IN PEACE! 



Raba Bass Gilbert 
Helen Beary 
Bennie Blount 
Thurman Bridgers 
Abraham Cason 
Ella Davis Dailey 
James Davis 



Jimmy Gregory 
Dennis Haynes 
James Hogue 
Carolyn Holloway Davis 
McArthur James 
Mildred Jones 
Ralph Moore 



Calvin Phillips 

Ella Phillips 
Cylester Shaw 
Augustus Smith 
Allen Sneed 
James Somerville 
Anna Wiggins Briley 



Gloria Wilson 



Matthew Woodhouse 



The Class of 1966 



Go UK Tigers! 



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(princess Anne County Training Schoot/ 
"Onion %empsvi(k JG^h Schoot 

"We CeCedrate the 



Journey. . . 



"Sweet Memories" 



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1)e6orafiAnn (PeeBks Tfodge 
And: 
La Verne Celestine <Pee6(es (Barron 
"Class of 1969" 



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THE KNIGHT & GATLIN FAMILY 

In loving memory of Rufus Knight Sr., Irvin M. Knight, Mary R. Knight, Louise S. Roberts and Oscar Gatlin Jr. 

In honor of Bertha V. Knight 



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Rufus Sr. and Bertha Knight 




Louise Savannah Roberts 



Oscar Gatlin, Jr 
Graduating Class 1942 



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Irvin McKinley Knight 
Graduating Class of 1962 



Mary Rebecca Knight 
Graduating Class of 1965 



The Knight children are graduates of Princess Anne County Training School / Union Kempsville High School 



Marinda Knight-Long 




Graduating Class of 1955 



Louis Leon Knight 



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Graduating Class of 1956 



Louise Knight Nickson 




Graduating Class of 1958 



Geneva Knight-Johnson 




Graduating Class of 1960 



Rufus Knight, Jr 




Graduating Class of 1964 



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^urTat/ter - 0\4,r, JLeroy V^/tri&tian 

yjorrie yoftristian ^immens V^ecefia yotxristian KA4/ascn 



KEEPING MEMORIES ALIVE 



lo loving memory of my husband and soul mate, Harris O. Jennings. 



Seven years have passed and I still feel your 
presence in my conversation and prayers. You 
were always fiill of life and kept things lively in 
your own way. When all of the former students 
march around Princess Anne County Training 
School for the last time; I'm sure you will be 
singing in your baritone voice watching from 
above. I haven't forgotten that you served as 
President of the senior class when we graduated 
in 1948. Still missing you daily as 1 try to keep 
up our home. I send lots and lots of kisses on the 
wind. 

Your loving wife, 
Otelia Kimble Jennings 




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In Loving Memory 

Of 
My father 

^I(fveremf^anieC(P. TeCton 

May 2, 1910 - May 11, 1993 



He was a Mentor, 
Advisor, U 




Counselor 

And 

A support to ad 

WHo waC^dtfie waC^ 

<Bar6ara^. 'Fefton, (Daughter 




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THE MOOEE FAMILY 




'Betty Irene Moore 
'(66) 




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VoCCie Moore ^ray 
('62) 



yVaCCace C(XoocCie) Moore 
C69) 




MeCvin C ("Buddy) Moore, Jr 
('6i) 




TcCitfi CCaradine Moore CaweCC 
('6o) 



We are honored and very proud to have attended 

Trincess JAnrje County' iraining Schoof/'Union 

XemspvilTe iHiCjh School from igsi - igGg 



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In Loving Memory of: 



Alonzo Etheridge, Sr. - Father 
Ethel Hodnett Etheridge - Mother 
Louise Etheridge - Daughter 
Mildred Etheridge Grimstead - Daughter 
Mary Etheridge Joyner - Daughter 
Yvonne Joyner - Granddaughter 
Tamara Kennedy - Great Granddaughter 
Mario Joyner - Great Grandson 

The Etheridge Family 





of 
TJietate 

Virginia LassiterTfaynes 

Tor her 

Loving Support amf Christian Tj^ampte 

Tor tfie late 

(B^erend Avery % gardner, 

fCer godson 

(BarBara Tefton 



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IN LOVING MEMORY OF DAD AND MOM 
Rev. Dr. Johnnie E. Williams 

August 24, 1911 - November 23, 1985 
and 

Mrs. Neava Weston Williams 

February 15, 1915 - May 28, 2002 





As we remember our parents, we know that because they loved us, we 
found new joys that were not ours before; new stars brightened our sky 
with glories growing more and more. We know, because they loved us, 
we could rise to the heights of fame and realms of power; because they 
loved us, we learned the highest use of every hour; and yes, because they 
loved us, our lives are still circled with unquestioned rest for a greater 
education tomorrow. We learned the lessons you taught us. You made 
our days beautiful. 

"I will pour out my spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will 
prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, and your young men will see 
visions." Joel 2:28 



Your Children, 

Jacqueline M. Mahammad - Class of 1952 

Ruth W. Bell - Class of 1956 

Johnie E. Williams, Sr. - Class of 1959 



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Were proud to be gmdimes 

of 
Princess Anne Training School 

Union KempsvlUe High School! 




Dianne WhltfieW-Loche o^m 

Class ol 67 

Daughm 



James Annis Malbon land (nght) 
Class ol 43 
Molher 



When you meet together, each one ha5 a hymn, a teaching, a di5clo5ure of special 
knoLuledge or information, an utterance in a tongue, or an irierpretation of it (But) let 
everything be con5tructive and edifying and for the good of all, 

I Corinthians h:e6ftnP 



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It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday..." 



The Riddicfc Family -- then 



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Lawrence E. RiddicK 
'Class of 1942' 



Annette Riddick 

"0/855 0^1943" 



Elsie Riddick 
'Class of 1945' 




^ Loving Menioi;!, 
^ Our Brothei^ 

< 1 Clarence A. Riddick 'Class of 1947" 

Clifford E. Riddick "Class of 1951"^=^ 



The Riddick Family - No^ir! 







Lawrence E. Riddick 



Annette Riddick Smith 



Elsie Riddick Mason 



'In memory of our Loving Father, Lawrence Artmore Riddick; he was the 
'Wind Beneath Our Wings" who sacrificed and ensured that we all made the grade.' 



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JAMES C. PRIVOTT 



ANNIE L. PRIVOTT 




LEROY PRIVOTT 



YOUR CHILDREN 

ANNIE BELLE KENT 

ELLA BROWN 

MARGARET SNOWDEN 

KENNETH H. PRIVOTT 

AGNES GLORIA THOMAS 

EVERLINA JARRETT 

NANCY LEE SMITH 



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IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
ELIJAH M. JONES, JR. 

CLASS OF 1961 




1942 - 1993 

REMEMBERING 
A SON, A BROTHER, A FATHER 

AND A 
FRIEND 



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IN MEMORY OF THE CHILDREN 

OF 

JESSIE FRED AND FANNIE LOUISE BELL 

Brenda H. Bell - Class of 1965 

Mary Ruth Bell Caffee - Class of 1958 

Merlin A. Bell - Class of 1955 

David L. W. Bell - Class of 1954 

Fred H. Bell, Sr. - Class of 1953 

Raymond A. Bell 

Lillie Mae Bell Cherry 

By 

BESSIE B. BELL - CLASS of 1962 

And 
THE BELL FAMILY 



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REMEMBERING MERLIN, WITH LOVE 

MERLIN A. BELL 
CLASS OF 1955 

A THREE SPORTS ATHLETE 




Who was 

A strong arm to lean upon, 

A tender shoulder to cry upon, 

A patient ear to sound upon, 

A firm chest to rest upon, 

And 

A loving heart to rely upon. 

All these things we found in him. 

Our husband, father, father-in-law, and grandfather. 

Life is not the same without you. 

Always, 

Ruth, Merline, Walt, Wally, Chris, and Imani 



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In Loving Memory of: 



Bro. Donald Morgan, Sr 



Sis. Maude Mason Johns 



New Hope Baptist Church Sunday School Ministry 

Virginia Beach, VA 
Dr. E. Ray Cox, Sr., Pastor 





In Loving Memory of: 

Bro. Benjamin Harris, III 
Sis. Kelly Davis Banks 



Sis. Rosalyn Mcpherson Haynes 

Combined Ushers Ministry 

New Hope Baptist Church, Virginia Beach, VA 

Dr. E. Ray Cox, Sr., Pastor 




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You struggkdfor us logo to scfioof 

Torus to exce[ and [earn the rules 

Tfie Cesson in Rfeyou -wanted us to team 

education is the way and there is no time to pCay 

You wanted us to accomplish greater things in Ufe 

Thirds that you were not afforded because of strife inyourdfe 

^eG^ mother dear we say to you 

Your wording three joSs paid magnanimous dividends 

M^or^ng your fingers to the Bones for us 

Produced a legend that not many can touch! 

Class of 

James Mnis MaCbon Land 1943 John C MaChon 1947 

VeCmaMaCbonMHCson 1953 Mamie MaCbon (Burse 1959 

Harold A. MalBon 1963 Laurice Malbon Yam 1965 



M/e, your children Cove, saCute, and adore you for the sacrifices that you 
made for us. Your perseverance, love and faith in Jesus Christ sustained you 
through all the adversities that confronted you. This ad serves to 
commemorate your urufying love for us; giving us fife through your faith in 
Christ, wor^ng three jobs allowing us to succeed in our pursuit of thai 
precious education. Your off springs (DI<D lY through college and beyond 
Your legend continues you now have doctors, lawyers, researchers, 
educationaC administrators, health professionals, teachers, economists, 
technicaC engineers, college presidents, poets, legafpersonneCwor^ng in 
these fields because you paved the way. It 's aU because of you I 

^CizaSeth Dfughes MafBon 1908-1979 
(Our mom) 

"WKMji 94.igm'MOM nrov we^i 



Gift of Friendship 

In memory of: 

Anna Lee Wiggins Briley 

The gift of friendship was truly afforded to us when 
you came into our lives. Never would two little girls, 
who along with you became the "threesome", would 
have experienced the value of such precious components 
of sharing, caring, trusting, goodwill spirit, 
dedication, poise, concern, and commitment without 
you as our very best friend. 

On the day that you left us, our hearts were truly 
saddened, for our beloved link had been physically 
broken. It's been a year now. we still are hurting, we 
feel our loss every day in everything we do. and there 
are always constant reminders of you in our daily lives. 
Even though we miss you, our sister, our buddy, our 
beloved friend, we know there was a higher power 
calling your name and you had to go! We will forever 
hold you dear to our hearts, and the memory of you 
will never fade. We love you still and we always will. 

lean and Carolyn 

lune 30. 2007 






In ^(fcognition of the 

"Last li^aOi 

Union 'K^mpsvUk !Higfi SchooC 
tfie foundation for a Lifetime of Memories 




In Memory of 

Anna Lee Wiggins-<Briley 

Class of 1966 

IheTamUy 
Oscar, (EtheC, Shay dCjac^ 



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Treasured Memories of Our Dear Alma Mater, 

Princess Anne County Training School/ 

Union Kempsville High School 

Forever love, 

The Russell Family 

Hortense Russell Spence, Class of 1949 

Grace Russell Ponton, Class of 1962 

Horace M. Russell 



In Memory: 

Edith Russell Wilder, Class of 1942 

Vivian Russell Wood, Class of 1942 

Earl H. Russell, Class of 1951 

Milton E. Russell 

Leonard A. Russell 

Roland E. Russell, Jr. 



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In Loving Memory 
of 



/940 



<^ipved ^^^QAnanA/ ^^YYloAXjxirv S 



President of Class of 1940 

Princess Anne County Training School 

(PACTS) 





From 
Ethel Munden Morgan, Wife 

PACTS, ^g^!a^ 0^/940 

and Children (shown left to right} 

Iris Morgan Womack, 

First Colonial High School, Class of 1977 

Sandra Laverne Morgan, 

First Colonial High School, Class of 1968 

Barbara Morgan Robinson, 

PACTS, ^S/!a^oj^/ 959 

Munden Guy Morgan, 

First Colonial High School, Class of 1978 

Alfred Bernard Morgan Jr., 

Union Kempsville High School, Class of 1964 

Alferette Morgan Gregory, 

PACTS, ^g^a««. 0^/96/ 



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The Princess Anne County 
Training School 

CLASS OF 1 947 



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Mr. T.C. Smith, Principal 
Mrs. F.R. Ballard, Sponsor 

Remember: 

The Dedicated Staff! 

The Good Food! 

The Pleasant Field Trips! 

The Many Friends! 

And 

Even Now...The Blessings of Those of us Left to Enjoy 
This Day ~ June 30, 2007 



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m MEMORY 

OF 

ROSETTA SCOTT 
COOPER 

Children 

Edna Scott Faulk '59' 

Doris Carolyn Gatlin '60' 

Phyllis Jean Scott 

Herbert Carnell Scott 




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In Memory o^ My Hu&band... 

Dalton Worlds, Jr. 

and Aunt... 

Audrey Spence Perkind 

/f tear& could build a 6tairway 
And memoriei build a lane, 
I'd walk right up to Heaven 

And bring you home again. 

Lovinsly, 

Beatriee Spence Wcrld& 



In Memory 

of our 

sister/daughter 

Sylvia Brown Lawrence 

who was in the graduation 

Class of 1 968 

at 

Union Kempsville High School 

Loving thoughts 

from 
The Brown Family 



dh 3'Ae ^EuU ^oM 
We 've Walked Through 

With Great Pride 
From the Class of 1956 



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YESTERDAY: THE PAST 

I Shall Always Remember My Days At 
Princess Anne Training School" 



Reverend Wilbert Mills, Sr., "Class of '49 



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Madame Chiang Kai-shek said, "We live in the 

presenty we dream of the future^ but we learn 

eternal truths from the past.'^ 



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Cla6& 
ig6o 




Herbert Warren 

"Herbie" 

Track 



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Wilford Byrd 
■■Byrd" 

Prlncedd 

Anne 

Country 

Tralnlns 
School 




InMemoTy 

i Jesse OUs Sr 
Class of 1954 



^our Loving MHfe 

Yvonne 

and 

CfiiUren VioCette, Jesse Jr. 

and 

Son-in-taw 

!Nbrman 



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In Meniofy of Our Brother^i 

WiLiiain Colbert Munden Jr. 
Cla.i.i of 1946 

Melton Ro^evelt Munden 
CUuJofl951 

Everett Woodrow Munden 
Clcudofl953 

Clark Albon Munden 
Clcu^ofl957 

From the Munden Family 



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Uji'shop Cfarence U. iRussefl Sr. £ O^irs/ jBady Seom'a jac^son J^usseff 

In loving memory of my devoted wife of 53 years, 
Leonia J. Russell, Class of '54, from her devoted husband. 
Bishop C. V. Russell, Sr., Class of '53, and our children: 

Bishop C. Vernie Russell, Jr. 

Forrest A. Russell 

Leonia Russell Outland 

Naomi Russell Epps 

Torrence A. Russell 

And in grateful acknowledgement of the teachers and 
administrators of the Princess Anne County Training School, 
who gave so much of themselves to prepare us to be 
productive citizens. 



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Graduate 

of 

The Class 

1958 



JioAM^ ^cdke^ ta We4^deU, GGAi^tti^, Mandtelif %^^, 
Q^u^tuxj^atkeA, to- Qo^ie^f, Mcdik, jbajcJt, Kanvii, jHcauie^, 



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Virsia Riddick Phillips 
CLASS OF 1956 



I am blessed and honored to be a 
part of the PACT/UK class of 1956. My 
Srandfather, Deacon James Davis (a 
member of the Union Baptist Church), was 
among the visionanes who purchased the 
original land for the Princess Anne County 
Training School/Union Kempsville High 
School. 

May God richly bless the teachers, 
principals, and classmates of the Princess 
Anne County Training School/ 
Union Kempsville High School. 

"The Lord has done great things 

for US: whereof we are glad." 

Psalms 126:3 





In Loving Memory 

Of 
Pearlie Mae Knox 

Graduate 

Of 

The 

Class 

Of 1956 

Loving Daughter 

Of Joanna Knox 

Slvells 

And 

Cousin of 

Marlon Knox Wilson 




In Honor of Our 
Dear Uncle, 
Daniel Riddick 

Daniel Riddick 
served as the Second 
President of the 
Princess Anne 
Training School 
Association. Alone 
with many others, he| 
was instrumental in 
making the Princess 
Anne County Training School a reality. His 
nieces and nephews who attended this school 
are proud to honor him!! 



Lovingly, 
Lawrence E. Riddick, 
Annette Riddick Smith, 
and Elsie Riddick Mason 




Kelly Knight '60 

"Kell" 

Basketball Varsity 

Team '60 



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Pernell Williams 

"Link" 

Basketball Varsity 

Team '60 





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As we take the 
"Last Walk" 
Together 
Remember P. A. C. T.S. 

Forever. 
Estelle "Reese" Jones 

Bray 

(Class of 1956) 

Melvin Bray 



(Class of 1951) 



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Laurie e Malbon Yarn 

Mom, I pray that you have a iionderfitl 

^^Lasl Wo/A" experience. I knotc that your 

heart is Uuion/Kenipsrille'^s demolition, 

but it uill be okay. 




Love you. 
Jonnice Slaughter 
Chatterbox Piiblicity 
404-551-3447 




In Loving Memory of Our Brother 
John Fulton Malbon ''42'' 




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We love and miss you alMays. 

James Amiis Malbon Land 
Velma Malbon Wilson 
Mamie Malljoii Burse 
Harold A. Malbon, Sr. 
Lauriee Malbon Yarn 




'BfessecC 

(greetings 

in tfie 

JSfame of Our 

Saviour 
Jesus Cfirist 




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CAIRETHA PALMER 



HespectfuCCy, 

TvangeCist 

Cairetfia T. Tucker 

CCass of i960 

Trincess JAnne County 

Training SchooC 



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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY TRAINING SCHOOL 

CLASS OF 1941 

DECEASED CLASSMATES 

We thank God every time we remember our deceased classmates, constantly praying with 
joy in every one of our prayers for each of them: 



Malissia Caffee 
George Coefield 
Queen Esther Daughtry 
Mary Frances Dean 
Rosetta Etheridge 
Herbert Grimstead 
Cleopas W. Miller 



Mary M. Moseley 
M. Elizabeth Owens 
Meh in Owens 
Milton Reid 
Thomas Reid 
Vivian Reid 



Clyde Riddick 
Jessie Smith 
Alexandria Walke 
Leattrice Wilson 
Ralph Wilson 
Beatrice Woodhouse 
Inez Woodhouse 



Precious members for the eight 1941 graduates who thank God for being able to participate in 
this historic event: 




Rosa Mac Owens 
Burden 




Margaret Miles 
Coleman 




Ethel Williams 
Cornick 




1a'-aa<-»t (M"*al*'<'«*9 



Margaret Williams 
Davis 




■»i«af'C .>!» It •»»»"•'>»• 



Beatrice Wilson 
Freeman 




Bbrl^f naft Jsinta^t 



Dorothy Johnson 
Ames-Lindsley 




LV'/>«n «««;/•■«• 



Lillian Johns 
Williams 




Esther Grimstead 
Wilson 



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IN MEMORY OF OUR 
DECEASED CLASSMATES 

CLIFTON CROSS 

HAROLD HENDERSON 

LINWOOD HOSLEY 

HERMAN LAWTON 

EDWARD MOSLEY 

ROBERT MOSLEY 

JOHN SYDNOR 

MAXINE WILLIAMS 

WELTON WILLIAMS 

GEORGE WOODHOUSE 



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THE CLASS OF 1961 

Reunion Committee Members 



"PACTS memories will always remain in our hearts' 



Evelyn Willie Cason, President 

Mary Henry Smith, Vice President 

Deloris Jefferson Stancil, Secretary 

Clementina Schofield Warren, Asst. Secretary 

Barbara Sparrow Jones, Treasurer 

Fred Cross 

Noami Wright Morgan 

Melvene Hughes Calloway 



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LAST WALK 

In Loving Memory of Our Mother 
Esther Freeman Cuffee Class of 1943 




From your loving children 

Joyce Cuffee Whitehurst class of 1964 

Shelley Cuffee class of 1969 

Richard Cuffee Jr. class of 1971 



IN LOVING MEMORY 

OF 

PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 

TRAINING SCHOOL 

MEANOR WILSON GARNETTE 
CLASS OF 1945 

OSCELLETTA WILSON GRIMES 
CLASS OF 1947 







RUTH WILSON JACKSON (DECEASED) 
LEATRICE WILSON MOSLEY (DECEASED) 



$nncesi9f !3nne Countp Crainms ^cfiool 




\A/ \Jt/ ^Jt/ \1/ Vl/ ^X' \1j' 

<^Witfi Cherished J^M^morics 

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Willie "LeeBoo" Ferebee 

Most Valuable Player 

Class of 1959 




<J)o(rie (^oorc Gray, f^tficr 

\3t/ vJt/ '•iy \1/ \Xy ^Jt' yJty 



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Union-Kempsville High School 
Class of 1965 

We pause to give thanks and to remember our 

Classmates: 
Dear... 



George Fitzgerald John Woodhouse 



Oliver Morgan 



Barbara Parker 



Beverly Worlds 
Leroy Privott 



Thomas Hyman 
Patricia Knight 



Raba Bass 



Carol Cowell 



William Woodhouse Elton Wilson 



MacArthur James Mary Knight 



Zan Owens 



Annie Etheridge 



Brenda Bell 



Jerry Johnson 



Emma Jones 



Lucy Johnson 



Clarence F. Nelson, Jr., President 
Michael B. Williams, Vice-President 
Laurice Malbon, Secretary 
Jacqueline Carter, Assistant Secretary 
Ernestine Smith, Treasurer 
Linwood Robinson, Chaplain 
Annie Etheridge, Sgt.-at-Arms 



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PJL C. T.S. Class of / 960 



We honor our past and acknowledge our future by celebrating the rich 

legacy of our alma mater. As we commemorate this ''Last Walk" 

milestone, we realize that these corridors have protected and nurtured 

our spirit over the years. We anxiously anticipate the construction of 

a new state- of- art facility knowing that these same corridors will 

continue to foster educational excellence for many years to come. 




Mr. Joseph Boykins- Principal 



Mrs. Louvena Archer- Assistant Principal 



Sarah Clark 
Rosa Henderson 
Willard Davis 
•Delores Young 
Betty Boggs 
Pegg\ Lewis 
Marv' Miller 
Stanley Brown 
•Charles Robinson 
Jerry Williams 
Mildred White 
Joseph Henderson 
'Raymond Graves 
'Joseph Vincent 
•James Haynes 
Allen Mosley 
Olivia Jennings 
Lea A. Golden 
Ellen Lewis 
Richard Smith 

* Deceased Classmates 



Doris Gatlin 
•Clarence Morgan 
Louvemer Foreman 
Earnest Cason 
Pemell Williams 
•William Conley 
Juanita Lawrence 
Shirley Hinton 
Alice Thorogood 
Elsie Wright 
•Abraham Johnson 
Adelle Merritt 
Josephine Wright 
Evelyn Munden 
Margery Dukes 
Clinton Haynes 
•John Breathwaite 
•Clinton Comick 
Helen Elliott 
Edna Cason 



James Jefferson 
Mauricel Gregory 
Geneva Knight 
Erma Wiliams 
Norma Davis 
Mildred Caffee 
•Gideon Hider 
Herbert Warren 
•Edmund Dailey 
Beulah Pegram 
Rosa Snowden 
Norman Jefferson 
James Miller 
Donza Olds 
•Minnie Ashby 
•Mary Hawkins 
Claudetie White 
Maggalean Weston 
Mary K. Lewis 
Margaret Wall 



Mary Mosley 
Bertha Ferebee 
Wilford Byrd 
Eugene Gatlin 
•Tilman Carter 
Alton Vaughan 
Norma Cherry 
•Joan Holloway 
Eula Kennedy 
•James Smith 
•Allen Painter 
Carietha Palmer 
Inez Larry 
Delors Sawyer 
Kelly Knight 
Jesse Hill 
Vernon Gary 
Erma Downing 
Bern ice Plummer 
Gladys Taylor 



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TO: AUNDRA BRIDGES PAULING 

AND 

BRENDA RIDDICK 

CLASS OF 1968 



"WE 
CELEBRATE 



THE 
LAST 
WALK 
WITH YOU 




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LOVE. 
SARAH BROWN 

AND 
FREIDA CLARK 



Jn £(wuig.Memo^af 

S)o^£eClndexdonSteid 
Qla^6 4 1939 

JUilton Seiiont Oieid 
eta^i 4 1941 

% 
3toy- Oivm Stdd 

Qia^i 4 1943 




Elder & Mrs. Maurice and Blanche Riddick 
Octobers, 1998 

They k new that the Word of God, Prayer, 

And Education are important 

Tools in this life. 



Mauricel Yvonne Gregory, 
Dwight, and Roger Riddick 



In 

loving 

memory 

of 

William Colbert Munden, Jr. 

Class of 1947 

From your wife 

Evelyn Foreman Munden 

Class of 1960 

son Colbert III, 

and daughters 

Anita, Valentine, & Vonda 



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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 
TRAINING SCHOOL 

The Cheering Squad 
1961 




Standing (L-R) Cora Jean Wilson, Margie Wilson, and Patricia Wilson 
Knelling (L-R) Ethel Haynes, Ella Marsh, and Janice Westry 



THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES 



Margie Wilson Coefield and Cora Jean Wilson Reid 



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iDcy£e Cinder on Steid 
e£a^6 4 1939 

& 

Miiton Sediom, Steid 

Qloii of, 1941 

% 
Sto^ Oivin 9teid 

eeasi 4 1943 



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In Memory 

of 

Hev. & Mrs, 
!Norman J, fuCCer 



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JroTn: 

DavicC Joster 

ancCyefma JuCCer 'Bass-Joster 




In Memory of My VeceasecC Loved Ones 



Mr. DonaCcCX, Qowens - J-CusBancC ig^ 

Mrs, geneva 'B. XcCney - Motfier 4»\ 

Mrs, Virginia JA, BCdckBum - Motfter-in-Law 
Mr, CCaucCe T>, TcCney, Ir, - CCass 0/1943 - Brotfier 
Mrs, Hosa L, Ministre - Slant 



J^rom 

MacCeCine TcCney Qowens - CCass 0/1949 




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We Salute All Of The Classes Of 

Union Kempsville High School 




To God Be The Glory, Great things He 
Has Done. 



Serafio and A udrey 

Fontanilla 

& 

Family 



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the Class of 1968 



Though this is "The Last Walk 
for our old school. 

May the Class of 1968 

Forever 

"Stay Together" 

Love, 
Russell L. Rainey, Jr. 



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Princess Anne County 
Training !^ehool 

Congratulations 
To 
Cecelia Christian IVIason 
Class of 1 949 

William IVIason, Husband 

Children 
Receda IVIason-Felton 
Ricardo IVIason 
Leroy IVIason 

Grand & Great Grand 



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Honoring the Memory 
of the 

Fine Arts: 



Choral Music 

Instrumental Music 

Art 



And those who encouraged, insfjired, and taught 



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7he ''Aast Walk 



J?t is v/ltti many fond memories and 

sincere love that \/e take the ''Aast Walk.'" 

7 he historic conclusion, is an important 

beginning and has had an in depth 

impression on many lives. 7hese lives \i^ill 

long remember their beginnings 

and their journey that has taken them to 

monumental heights and has innumerable 

re\/ards. Although a state of the art 

alternative school is emerging. Princess 

Anne County Jraining School xt^ill still 

alii^ays be the foundation of their future. 

(if ell done all of you v/io leave a legacy to 

Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

^lay God continue to bless and keep you, 
C. K* XX)ilson & Inez C. \X)ilson 



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CLASSES of 
1939 - 1969 




NSUA/V 



NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY 
•- ALUMNI ASSOCIATION -^ 



VmCSMM BEACH CHAPTER 




Princess Anne County 

Union Kempsville 

High Schools 



Virginia Beach Alumni Chapter 
Norfolk State University 



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Congratulations From 
The Class of 1948 

As we take this walk down ''Memory Lane '' 



Earlene Mosely 
Sarah Corprew Harvey 
Shirley Wright Atkins 
Ruby Lonesome Allen 
Elaine Beckett Walke 
Otelia Kimble Jennings 
Mae Frances Grimstead Forbes 



Mary Harris 
Anna Haynes Hargrove 
Doris Haynes Morgan 
Edith White Johnson 
Celestine Edney Washington 
Georgia Williams Williams 
Ethel Brockett Reid 



P.A.C.T.S. 



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"Bert" 

Bertha S. Ferebee 

Class ot '60 




"Lebo" 

Willie L. Ferebee 

Class of '59 

Most Valuable Football Player 






Our scHoofis Seing 

demoCis/tecC 

6ut we 

wiCCnot 

forget 

our heritage 

or memories 

class of 1959 

Qeorge ^ney Jr. 



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Jhanks 



For 7he 



Memories! 



7he Ifzzle Qraduates 



1957 Versle link Hasstii 



1959 James /. UiiU, Jr. 

1961 Maude Uiile ]enH\ns 

1964 Mijm & Marie UmU 



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In Loving Memory 
Of 

William Maurice Turner 



Union Kempsville 
Class of 1 959 



Shirley Turner, Wife 
Darryl Turner, Son 



EDUCAUCNISIHEKEV 







'^^hanks be unw^^d 
tcfr. . . ^ 

PJV.C.T.S. / NSU ^ 

Daisy Chain Social & Charity Club 
The Morgan Family 
The Allen Family 

The Daughtry Family & Mary L. Johnson 
Q^udiah oWoore ^^Jtdgohn 



CONGRATUUnONS 

AND BEST WISHES jo 

PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 
TRAINING SCHOOL! 

GOD'S BLESSINGS AND THANKS 
TO OUR ANCESTORS FOR 
PROVIDING A PLACE OF 
EDUCATION, DIRECTION, AND 
GUIDANCE FOR OUR YOUTH. 



From: 

National Sorority of Pfii Delta Kappa, Inc. 

Gamma Mu Chapter 

Va. Beach. Va. 



Goodbye 

to 

Trincess Anne County 

Training School/ 

Union JCempsville Jiigh School 

Thank you for the memories 
And "The Cast Walk" 

Earlean Ashby 'WilJcins 



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A00& U t^ sputum 



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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY 1 HAINING SCHOOL 


UNION KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 




LAST WALK 


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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES 






THE WILSON FAMILY 

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ALPHA AND OMEGA 


James H. Wilson 1^* Graduate 


Class of 1938 


Cora Jean Wilson Reid 


Class of 1961 


Elmore LaSalle Wilson 


Class of 1962 


Margie Wilson Coefield 


Class of 1962 


James H. Wilson, Jr. 


Class of 1962 


Patricia Wilson Spence 


Class of 1962 


William Carlos Wilson Last Graduate 


Class of 1969 


Mrs. Cora W. Wilson 


Teacher 




Clinic Director 



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Class Members 




Ranking Students 


Armstrong, Annie 


Malbon. Mamie 




Barbara Morgan Juliet Moseley 


Artis. Jerry 


Mitchell. Delons 




Mary Woodhouse Judieth Moore 


Barnard. Georgia 


Moore. Judieth 




Melvin Walker Forrest Munden 


Barnes. Georgia 


Morgan, Barbara 




Joyce Lee James James Earl Stilh 


Baxter. Henrietta 


Mosley, Joseph 




Edna Scott Patsy Haynes 


Blount. Clifton 


Mosley, Juliet 




Mamie Malbon Vernon Jones 


Braye. Melvin 


Munden, Forrest 




Alice Lewis Dorothy Williams 


Brown. Mary 


Munden, Hearold 






Cason. Audrey 


Owens, Peggy 






Cason, Eddie 


Rainey, George 






Cason. Queen 


Reid, Sarah 




Class Officers 


Cherry, Joe 


Rogers, Cleveland 




Barbara Morgan President 


Clyde, lona 


Sands. Alice 




Edna Scott Vice President 


Conley, Melvin 


Scott. Edna 




Estelle Tucker Secretary 


Creekmore, Charlie 


Shaw, Lawrence 




Patsy Haynes Assistant Secretary 


Dalley, Audrey 


Simmons, George 




Earl Stith Treasurer 


Darrell. Robert 


Smiley, William 




Eddie Cason & Fannie Williams Sergeant-at-Amis 


Doxey, Kathryn 


Smith, Eugene 




Mamie Malbon Chaplain 


Drewitt. Walter 


Smith, Larry 




Vernon Jones & David Whitehurst Business Managers 


Ethendge. Dorothy 


Spratley, Roxie 




Larry Smith Parliamentanan 


Ferbee, Willie 


Stith, Earl 






Filhiol. Jesse 


Trotman, Charles 






Fortes, Benjamin 


Tucker, Estelle 






Foreman, Annie Mae 


Turner, Maurice 




Class Color 


Foreman. Bernice 


Uzzle. James 




Blue and Silver 


Franklin, Jeannette 


Walker. Melvin 






Fuller. Thomasine 


Walls, Walter 




Class Flower 


Gary, Sarah 


Whitehurst. David 




Red Carnation 


Gassoway, Phyllis 
Gordon, Villie Mae 


Williams, Alvln 
Williams, Charles 




Class Motto 


Hamberry, Dons 


Williams, Dorothy 




"We Have Launched Where Shall We Anchor?" 


Harrington, Cleon 


Williams, Fannie 






Haynes, Patsy 


Wlliams, Johnnie 






Haynes, Richard 


Williams, Leonard 






Haynes, Willie 


Williams, Willie 




Class Sponsors 


Howard, Benjamin 


Wilson, Willie 




Mr William J Watson 


James, Joyce A 


Woodhouse, Barbara B 


Mrs Jean Siler 


James. Joyce L 


Woodhouse, Bartiara F 


Mr Robert L Gordon 


Jones, Vernon 


Woodhouse, Mary 






Lewis. Alice 


Woodhouse, Randolph 


Administration 


Long, Floyd 


Wright, Roy Lee 




Mr J V Boykin, Principal 

Mrs. L.S Archer, Assistant Principal 

Mr. M.P. Strickler, Assistant Superintendent 










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On tfie occasion of 




your friends at the Library of Congress 

saCuteyou, 

^sa CTumBCe Owens amfCaroCyn Jones 

Class of 1966 

as you commemorate your aCma mater 

Vnion 'KfmpsviHe High SchooC 

^njoy ad the shared memories as you embrace oldfriendships. 
Many Blessing are sent your way for a wondeifuC celebration of this 

historic event. 



Nicole Broadus 
Pauline Bushrod 
Pamela Chesley 
Shirley Gorham 
Donna Harris 
Nelson Holton 
Denise Jackson 
Robert James 
Patricia Jones 
Barbara Knight-King 
Melissa LaDieu 
Jay Miller 
Gloria Stovall 
Joyce Turner 



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Phone; (202) 396-0243 - Fax: (202) 396-1015 
E-mail: ncfbc(^msn.com 



t5n is with a heart filled with gratitude and awesome respect that I submit these few words. I 

don't believe I could ever adequately convey what my high school years meant to me. There 

are so many warm and wonderfiol mcmoncs. . . the making of life long friendships and the 

bonding of teacher/student relationships; some of which remain today. 

iLTOrty-four years ago when I graduated from this school, I was prepared and equipped by 

some of the most dedicated and concerned academicians in the world. It was an era when 

teachers took a personal interest in you and encouraged vou to succeed. I pause now to 

once again say "Thank You" to those who are yet with us; and honor the memory of those 

who have transitioned to a well deserved rest from their labor. 

vr was the author of our class song, and those lyrics mean as much to me today as they did 

then. In spite of the fact the "sacred halls of UK" will no longer exist in realit)-, they will 
always have a special place in my memor)-. My church family join me in saying "ITiank's for 

the Memories." 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 

P.A.C.T.S. U.K. High School 

On Your Last Walk 




Dr. E. M. Scott, Pastor - 7 years 




136 Years 

Having A Spirit of Unity Through Endurance and Encouragement 

Romans 15:5-6 

First Lynnhaven Baptist Church 
2744 Robert Jackson Drive 
Virginia Beach, VA 23452 

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665 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 23457 

Church 757- 426-7724 + Study 757-426-7524 



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(Making God's Kingdom First) 
Matthew 6:33 






Sunday School 9:30am 






Morning Worship 1 1 :00am 






(Children's Church) 
1st, 2nd, & 4th Sundays 






Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:00pm 






Rev. & Mrs. Joseph A. Tumcr 




Johnie Williams 
Chairman of Deacons 




James Smith 
Chairman of Trustees 




Ruth Bell 
Alumni 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to our members 

of 

Princess Anne County Training School/Union Kempsville High School 




New Oak Grove Baptist Church 

Established 1862 

3200 Head of River Road + Virginia Beach, Virginia 23457 

Church Office: 757421-7504 + Church Fax: 757-421-0604 

Deacon Charlie E. Basnight, Chairman 



Andrew L. Christian 
Carrie Christian 
Cecelia Christian 
Mary Ann Christian 
Ralph Christian 
Vera Davenport 
Annie M. Foreman 
Charlie £. Foreman 
Clementine Foreman 
Clifton A. Foreman 
Edward Foreman 
Fletcher W. Foreman 
Linda D. Foreman 
Marion Foreman 



Marvin Foreman 
W^illie L. Foreman 
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Harriet Griffin 
Cora Harris 
Elsie Humphries 
Alvin Jones 
John Jones, Jr. 
Lillian Jones 
Mahle Jones 
Margaret Jones 
McGirtha Jordan 
Goldie Mason 
Jesse B. Mason 



Americus McPherson 
Elaine McPherson 
Patricia Reid 
Phyllis Reid 
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Dorothy Snowden 
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Erma Spence 
Vera Whitehurst 
Wynell Whitehurst 
Eross Winston 
William Winston, Jr. 
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(Princess ^nne County Training SchooC/ 

Vnion '](fmpsville !Htgfi ScfiooC 

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Mrs. (Patrice (Ric^, <First Lady 

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CONGRATULATIONS 

To 

Ilnion Kempsville High iSchool 

and 

Princess Anne County Training Slehool 

In celebration of the 




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757-545-0326 

Rev. Michael R. Toliver, Pastor 

and 

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supports you! 
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Cindy Curtrell, Owner 

Marion Gregory Riddick, Manager 

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Class of 1957 

L & N Drew 
Clearins & Hauling 

N J Janitorial & 

Window Cleaning 

Service 



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Residential/Small Business 



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Princess Anne County Training Sciiooi 

Union Kempsviile High Sciiooi 

""The Last Walk" 

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Phone (757) 625-7415 Phone (757) 428-2768 

Emogene B. Bennett Eross Winston 

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Experience in Investment 
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CcngramiaUcns ro All 

Graduates of 

Princess Anne County Tmining School 

and 
Union Kempsvillc high School! 

ENJOY YOWR 
"MST V^MJi" 




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Financial Services Professional* 



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Licensed Agent 

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We are honored to be a part of 

the historic "Last Walk", 

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and all those involved w^ith 

Princess Anne County Training School/ 

Union Kempsville High School. 



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Truck Rental 



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The Last Walk" Patrons 



BOBBY ANTHONY 

BELVIN BAILEY 

VERNETTA HAROLD BAILEY 

VERONICA WASHINGTON BAILEY 

EDWARD BARCLIFF. SR. 

MARGARETS. BARCLIFF 

ETHEL BARNARD 

MR/MRS JERRY BASS 

HATTIE HINTON BATTLE 

MR/MRS RONNIE BERTHA 

MR/MRS THEODORE BERTHA 

GILDAW. BLOOMER 

SANFORD BLOUNT 

ANTHONY BOBBY 

JACKIE BOWE 

VERONICA BOWLES 

MR/MRS MELVIN BRAYE 

JANICE BRICKHOUSE 

DORIS WILLIAMS BROUSSARD 

ERMA MACPHERSON BROWN 

MICHAEL A. & STEPHANIE 

BROWN 
RUTH & ROBERT BROWN 
EDITH BRUMAGE 
DAVID/NICOLE MORGAN 

BURRELL& STEPHANIE 
DR. LUTHER BURSE, SR. 
JAMES BUTTS 
WILFORD BYRD 

EDNA BELL CASON 
RUTH LEWIS CASON 
ANDREA CHAPPELLE 
BEVERLY J. CLEMONS 
HAROLD CLEMONS 
ROBERT W. CLEMONS 
ROBERT COBBS 
MARGIE WILSON COEFIELD 
CORRINE OWENS COOPER 
CLARENCE CORNICK 
ROOSEVELTCORNICK 
LEE COSTON 

CORAWALKE DANDLES 
INEZ E. DAVIS 
RUFUS DAVIS 
VELMA DAVIS 
WILLIS DAVIS 



VERNICE WINSLOW 

DEMPSEEY 

LARRY DILDY 

JAMES DIXON 

RUBY DIXON 

FANNIE WILLIAMS DIXSON 

PATRICIA GOWENS DOZIER 

GRACIE HERBERT DRAKE 

BEATRICE JOHNSON 

DRAUGHN 

DAVID & RONDA ESAW 
BRENDAETHERIDGE 
ICEILLAETHERIDGE 
MICHAEL E. ETHERIDGE 
MOODY ETHERIDGE 

EDNA SCOTT FAULK 
MR/MRS MICHAEL FELTON 
SANDRA R. FENNER 
WILLIE FEREBEE 
LOUIS FLOYD 
ROSETTA FLOYD 
BERNICE GREGORY FORBES 
HENRY FOREMAN 
LINDA FOREMAN 

AMANDA GATLEN 
CAROLYN SCOTT GATLIN 
ETTA GOFFIGAN 
ASHLEY M. GOODE 
CORA LEE GOODMAN 
EDWARD LEE GOODMAN 
ANDRI M. GOWENS 
CHARLES O. GOWENS 
MADELINE EDNEY GOWENS 
ARTHUR GRAY 
DOLLIE MOORE GRAY 
LORRRAINE FOREMAN GRAY 
CORAWALKE GREENE 
RODNEY HARRIS GREENE 
FREDDIE GREGORY 
MAURICEL RIDDICK GREGORY 

SANDRA BROCK HARMON 
ANTIONETTE COPELAND 

HAROLD 
CLEMENT HAROLD 
THADDEUS HAROLD 



WILLIE HAROLD 

SONYA COEFIELD HARRELL 

ANNIE JONES HARRIS 

LEON E. HAYES 

EMILY HAYNES* 

GEORGE HAYNES* 

MR/MRS JOSEPH HENDERSON 

SHIRLEY J. HARRIS HINTON 

LTC/MRS GREGORY HOLMES & 

MORGAN 
FRANK & PATRICIA HOSEY 
GLADYS HAMBERRY HUGHES 
LEVANDER HUGHES 

TOM JAMES 
ARVELLAJANKINS 
KATHY DRAKE JARVIS 
OLIVIA KIMBLE JENNINGS 
ABRAHAM JOHNSON* 
MR/MRS CLAYTON JOHNSON 
MARY SNOWDEN JOHNSON 
PAMELA GOWENS JONAX 
ERNEST JONES, SR. 
ETTA JONES 
VERNON M. JONES 
DOROTHY WIGGINS JORDAN 

ROBERT KEELING 
SHIRLEY KEELING 
EULA COLLINS KENNEDY 
ANNIE BELL PRIVOT KENT 
KELLY R. KNIGHT 

EVELYN WILLIAMS LARKINS 
CHARLIE LAWRENCE 
BEVERLY R. LAWTON 
LEOLA W. LAWTON 
MICHAEL D. LAWTON 
STACY C. LAWTON 
THEOPHILUS LAWTON 
ALEAN LEWIS 
MINISTER DEBBIE MURPHY 

LEWIS 
RUDOLPH LEWIS 
GEORGE & NATALIE LINDSAY 
MR/MRS FRED LITTLEJOHN, III 
MR/MRS FRED W. LITTLEJOHN 
JUDITH M. LITTLEJOHN 
ZACCHEUS LITTLEJOHN 



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DR. DIANNE WHITFIELD- 

LOCKE 
LOIS LOVITT 
CAROLYN LOWERY 
CORNET GREGORY LYNCH 
MIRRIAMA. MASON 
MABLE MCPHERSON 
ADELE & BERNARD MERITT 
REV. WILBERT MILLS, SR. 
YVONNE HILL MOLDS 
CHARLES MOODY JR. 
INEZ ETHERIDGE MOODY 
AVA LAVERN MOORE 
MARION MOORE 
MELVIN MOORE 
RUBY GATLIN MOORE 
CLARENCE MORGAN 
JACOUELINE MORGAN 
MR/MRS WILLIAM J. 

MORGAN, ill! 
ALETHEA MORRIS 
NANCY MULLEN 
EVELYN MUNDEN 

BRYAN NELSON 
JOYCE HAWKINS NELSON 
LOUVERNER F. NICHOLAS 
CECIL NIXON 

YVONNE HILL OLDS 
CORNELL OWENS 
KENNETH OWENS 
MARY LAWERENCE OWENS 

DONNA GOWENS PARKER 
LESSIE PATILLO 
AUDREY RUSSELL PATRICK 
DOROTHY PAXTON 
BEAULAH WILLIAMS PEGRAM 
GRACE RUSSELL PONTON 
LESTOR POWELL 
MARY PRICE 

GEORGE RAINEY 
RUSSELL RAINEY 
ALFRED REDD, JR. 
HATTIE D. REDD 
DR. JAMES M. REEVES, SR. 
LUCILLE REEVES 
DR/MRS MILTON REID 
LILLE H. RIDDICK 
NAOMI LAWRENCE RIDLEY 
BARBARA MORGAN 



ROBINSON 
ADRIENNA WILSON 

ROUNTREE 
CHESTER L ROUSE 
DELOIS WARD RUSSELL 



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IN MEMORY* 

NAOMI LAWRENCE RIDLEY 
NEHEMIAH E. SPENCE, JR. 
CLARENCE LAFAYETTE 

WALKE 
F. EDWARD RUSSELL 

********************************* 

EDWARD F. RUSSELL 
ANDREA SAUNDERS 
LUCILLE RIDDICK SNOWDEN 

SCHUYLER 
CAROELLSELBY 
MELVIN SEYMOUR, III 
MR/MRS CLYDE SILER 
FRANK SIMMONS 
CHERYL DILDY SMALL 
DELORIS HAROLD SMITH 
KATIE J. SNEAD 
BOSTON SNOWDEN 
JOSIE SNOWDEN 
WALTER C. SNOWDEN, JR. 
ALICE WALKE SOMMERVILLE 
HORTENSE RUSSELL SPENCE 
NEHEMIAH SPENCE JR 
DYANNE JOHNSON SPENCER 
EVELYN MOORE SPENCER 
ALICE SANDS STEVENSON 
EARL STITH 

EARVIN & EVELYN TAYLOR 
VALERIE GOWENS TERRY 
MILDRED CAFFEE JONES 

THOMAS 
PORTA RAINEY THOMPSON 
CARETHA PALMER TUCKER 

JAMES UZZLE 

CLARENCE LAFAYETTE 

WALKE 
MELVIN WALL 
JOYCE HAROLD WALTON 
CYNTHIA WATFORD 
DAVID WATFORD 
WILLIAM J.WATSON 
EVELYN HODNETT WELCH 
MAGGALEAN W. WESTON 



CONSTANCE WHARTON 
CLAUDETTE WHITE 
REV. EARLENE M.WHITE 
ESTELLE TUCKER WHITFIELD 
FLOYD D. WIGGINS 
JUANITA CAFFEE WIGGINS 
BARBARA WILLIAMS 
CHARLES WILLIAMS 
JAMES WILLIAMS 
JOHNNIE WILLIAMS 
JOSEPH WILLIAMS 
MILLIE WILLIAMS 
MR/MRS PERNELL WILLIAMS 
ISOLEAN WILLIE 
CARLOS F. WILSON 
CHARLES WILSON 
INEZ WILSON 
MAURICE E. WILSON, SR. 
SARAH BAXTER WILSON 
WILLIE B. WILSON, JR. * 
LOUIS WINSLOW 
BERNARD WOODHOUSE 
JOSEPHINE BRICKHOUSE 

WRIGHT 
SHANNON WRIGHT 
MARIE EDNEY YOUNG 
ELIZABETH ETHERIDGE 

ZIEGLER 
REV ROBERT ZIEGLER 

DECEASED* 




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UNION KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 

ALUMNI DIRECTORY 



CLASS I^ST NAME. 


FIRST NAME 


1943 HITEWHEATON. 


ZULEAN 


JOHNS, 


SIMUEL 


MALBON LAND, 


JAMES ANNIS 


OWENS WILLS, 


GENEVA 


REID. 


ROY 


RIDDICK SMITH, 


ANNh I 1 fc 


WATSON. 


WILLIAM J. 


WILLIAMS, 


ELIJAH 


1947 BROWN CLARK, 


EMMA 


1963 ALBRITTON, 


CLARENCE 


ASKEW HOMES, 


TAMMER 


BELL PI t 1 MAN, 


CAMILLA 


CASON JOHNS, 


BESSIE 


COLSON ROCCO 


GENICE 


GARRET WOODHOUSE 


VIVIAN 


GOODMAN, 


CORA LEE 


GOODMAN, 


EARMON LEE 


GOODMAN, JR 


EDWARD L. 


GRIMSTEAD 


JAMES 


HAYNES BROWN, 


EMILY 


HENLEY WILDER 


MARY 


JARVIS CUFFEE, 


DORIS 


LAMB, 


KENNETH 


MALBON WILSON, 


VELMA 


OLDS PARKER, 


ELIZABETH 


ROBERTS SIMMONS, 


MARY 


SAWYER, 


RICHARD 


SCOTT FREEMAN, 


AGNES 


SMITH 


JESSE 


TAYLOR LAMB, 


DORETHA 


WALKE 


WINSTON 


WALKER, 


JOHN 


WHEATON GRIMES, 


RUTH 


WILLIE GOODMAN, 


SARAH 


WRIGHT Mil 1 PR, 


AMIEEN 


1954 BROOKS. 


GOLDIE M. 


CASON, 


THADDUS 


COSTON 


HARRIET R. 


DUKE MULLEN, 


NANCY 


ETHERIDGE MOODY, 


INEZ 


GATLIN, 


AMANDA J. 


GRIMSTEAD, 


G.AZEAL W. 


HOLLEY 


ELLAH 


HUGHES, 


AARON C. 


JONES, 


WILHEMINA C 


JONES, . 


VIVIAN K. 


MASON, 


JESSE B. 


MCALLISTER, 


DAVID 


MOORE, 


ANN 


PARSON, JR. 


WALTER 


PATTERSON. 


BARBARA J. 


1955 BERRY ADAMS, 


EFFIE 


DREUITT SNOWDEN, 


JOSIE 


KNIGHT LONG, 


MARINDA 


LAWRENCE BELL, 


NORMA 


OWENS, 


LIONELL 


RUSSELL PATRICK, 


AUDREY 


1956 KNIGHT, 


LOUIS L. 


1957 U2ZLE HASSELL. 


VERSIE 


1958 JONES. 


JAMES 


KNIGHT NICKSON, 


LOUISE 


GREGORY, 


FREDDIE 



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236 SHIPP LANE 

5236 LOCKE LANE 

509 HEAD OF RIVER RD 

707 15TH STREET 

272 GRAYSON RD 



CITY, STATE ZIP CODE 
WILLINGBORO, NY 08046 
VA. BEACH. VA 23454 
VA. BEACH, VA 23454 
VA. BEACH, VA 23464 
VA. BEACH. VA 23464 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23322 
VA. BEACH, VA 23461 
VA BEACH, VA 23462 



2305 PRINCESS ANNE RD VA. BEACH, VA23456 



1401 ALBERT RD 

200 EAST ALLINGTON ST 

13 BETTY LOU CIRCLE 

US 42 EAST 

2245 N. WOLFSNARE DR 



MITCHELLVILLE, MD 20716 
LONG BEACH, CA 90805 
FOLWORTH, MS 39483 
XENIA. OHIO 45385 
VA. BEACH, VA 23454 



1480 INDEPENDENCE BLVVA. BEACH. VA23455 



1045 NORWICH AVE 

4106 WAKE AVE 

4106 WAKE AVE 

128 VICTORIA DR 

4820 ALICIA DR 

652 LAWRENCE DR 

2317 BRAGG CT 

459 SMITH U^NE 

1325HAWAIANDR 

2417PERITANRD 

2412 E. VA. BEACH BLVD 



VA. BEACH, VA 23455 
VA. BEACH, VA 23234 
VA. BEACH, VA 23234 
VA. BEACH, VA 23452 
VA. BEACH, VA 23452 
VA. BEACH, VA 23462 
VA. BEACH, VA 23454 
VA. BEACH, VA 23452 
VA BEACH, VA 23454 
VA. BEACH, VA 23454. 
NORFOLK, VA 23604 



2287 PRINCESS ANNE RD VA BEACH, VA 23456 



312 DODGE DR 
338 PRINCESS ANNE RD 
459 SMITH LANE 
105 BRENTWOOD CR 
3772 LAKE TAHOE TR 
1042 OWLS CREEK LANE 
2302 PORTAL ROAD 
1418 SHOVELLER AVE 
3348 HEAD OF RIVER RD 
2360 SEABOARD RD 
3336 HEAD OF RIVER RD 
1026 OWLS CREEK LN 
3412 S. PLAZA TR. 
2839 DAVIS ST. 
128 VICTORIA DR 
3656 N. LANDING RD 
4714 SUSSEX RD 



VA. BEACH, VA 23455 
VA. BEACH, VA 23457 
VA BEACH, VA 23452 
VA. BEACH. VA 23452 
VA/ BEACH. VA 23456 
VA. BEACH, VA 23451 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23234 
VA. BEACH, VA 23454 
VA. BEACH, VA 23467 
VA BEACH, VA 23456 
VA. BEACH, VA 23457 
VA. BEACH, VA 23451 
VA BEACH, VA 23462 
NORFOLK, VA 23509 
VA. BEACH, VA 23452 
VA BEACH, VA 23456 
VA BEACH, VA 23464 



409 OAKLETTE DR APT 31 1 CHESAPEAKE, VA 23325 
3429 STANCIL ST VA. BEACH, VA 23452 

2366 HEAD OF RIVER RD VA. BEACH, VA 23457 
389 BABBTOWN RD SUFFOLK, VA 23434 

3648 WINDSOR WOODS B VA. BEACH, VA 23452 



5508 CHRISMAN AVE 
3346 SANDY ST. 
105 ERIE AVE 
518 MANGO DRIVE 
1543 TALLWOOD CIRCLE 
425 PRINCESS ANNE RD. 
4125MACARTHURRD 
6344 DREW DRIVE 



CLINTON, MD 20735 
NORFOLK, VA 23518 
VA. BEACH, VA 23464 
VA. BEACH, VA 23452 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320 
VA. BEACH, VA 23457 
VA. BEACH, VA 23453 
VA. BEACH, VA 23464 



6285 HARD BARGAIN CIRC INDIAN HEAD, MD 20640 
5909 MARGATE AVE VA. BEACH, VA 23462 

1 120 EVERT DR VA. BEACH. VA 23464 

4921 PREAKNESS WAY VA. BEACH. VA 23464 
1481 LUDLOW DR. VA. BEACH, VA 23456 



13! 



PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY TRAINING SCHOOL 

UNION KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 

ALUMNI DIRECTORY 



ZIEGLER ETHERIDGE, 
SHIELDS MELVIN, 

1959 FOREMAN. 
GREGORY FORBES, 
JONES, 

MALBON BURSE. 
MOORE LITTLEJOHN, 
MORGAN ROBINSON, 
MOSLEY. J 
RANEY. 

SANDS STEVENSON, 

STITH, 

TUCKER WHITFIELD 

UZ2LE, JR.. 

WILLIAMS DIXSON. 

WILLIAMS, 

WILLIAMS, 

WILLIAMS, 

1960 KNIGHT JOHNSON. 

1961 BARNES SPELLER. 
BROCKETT, 

CREEKMORE WILLIAMS, 
CROSS 

CUFFFEE 
GREGORY 
GRIFFIN GRADY, 
HAROLD WALTON, 
HENRY SMITH, 
HILL GUNTER, 
HUGHES CALLOWAY, 
HUNTER HODNETT 
HUNTER. 

JEFFERSON STANCIL 
SCHOFIELD WARREN, 
SMITH, 

SPARROW JONES, 
WILLIAMS GREGORY, 
WILLIE CASON, 
WILSON REID, 
WOODHOUSE, 
WRIGHT MORGAN, 

1962 BARNES, 
BAXTER WILSON, 
CAFFEE WIGGINS, 
DAUGHTRY. 
DOZIER, 
ETHERIDGE, 
FEREBEE WARD. 
HAYNES, JR., 
HUBERT DRAKE 
KEELING. 
KNIGHT, SR 
MALBON. 
MCCOY SMITH. 
RAINEY THOMPSON, 
SELBY, 

WARD, 

WIGGINS JORDAN 

WIGGINS, 

WOODHOUSE, 

1963 WILLIAMS, 
WILLIAMS, 
WILLIAMS, 



ELIZABETH 

BARBARA 

ANNIE 

BERNICE 

VERNON M 

MAMIE 

JUDIETH 

BARBARA 

JOSEPH L 

GEORGE W. 

ALICE 

EARL 

ESTELLE 

JAMES 

FANNIE 

CHARLES 

JOHNNIE E. 

ALVIN E. 

GENEVA 

VEORA 

C.A &A.L. 

WILLIE MAE 

FRED 

NORMAN 

MELLIE 

GLADYS 

JOYCE 

MARY 

GLORIA 

MALVENE 

EDITH 

THADDEUS 

DELORIS 

CLEMENTINA 

ISAAC D. 

BARBARA 

BERNETTE 

EVELYN 

CORA JEAN 

ROBERT 

NAOMI 

REV. ELIJAH 

SARAH 

JUANITA 

REV. LINWOOD 

LAWRENCE 

ICEILLIA E. 

CAROLYN 

REV. JOHN 

GRACIE 

ROBERT 

ELBERT T. 

HAROLD 

VALERIE 

PORTA 

CAROL 

EARLY 

DOROTHY 

FLOYD D 

BERNARD W, 

BISHOP BERNARD 

DR. BERNARD 

LAFAYETTE 



3517 CHESTER ST. VA BEACH, VA 23452 

6552 WHITEHORN OR NORFOLK, VA 235 1 3 

341 EAST 70TH ST APT ie NEW YORK. NY 10021 
465 SMITH LANE VA BEACH, VA 23452 

31003 GOOD HOPE AVE HILLCREST HTS, MD 2074« 
1306 WHISTLING DUCK OF UPPER MARLBORO. MD 20774 



4157EDINBURGDR. 
101 NORRIS BROOK LN 
PO BOX 219 
162 SANDYHOOK RD 
472 APPIAN AVE 
12217 MCCULLAGHCT. 
472 GARRISON PLACE 
5126 CONDOR ST 
7020 OLD MILL RD 
1319 WARFIELDDR 
3989 DAWLEY RD. 
741 LAMPLIGHT 
2039 DEWEY DR 
5675BAYBERRYDR. 
4615 MIARFIELD ARC 
3989 DAWLEY RD 
6061 CLEAR SPRINGS RD 
3017 BEAVER DR 
1108EXCALIBURST 



VA. BEACH. VA 23452 
PEABODY. MA 01960 
WHITE PLAINS NY 10603 
BERLIN. MD 21811 
VA. BEACH. VA 23452 
UPPER MARLBORO MD 20772 
VA BEACH. VA 23452 
VA. BEACH. VA 23462 
NORFOLK VA 23518 
PORTSMOUTH. VA 23701 
VA. BEACH. VA 23457 
VA. BEACH. VA 23462 
STAFFORD. VA 22554 
NORFOLK VA 23454 
CHESAPEAKE.VA 23321 ' 
VA. BEACH. VA 23457 
VA BEACH. VA 23464 
VA BEACH, VA 23452 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23323 



5328 BLACKWATER LOOP VA BEACH VA 23457 
141 1 ELLINGTON SQUARE PORTSMOUTH. VA 23701 



1486 OLD VA. BEACH RD 
1116 JACKSON ST 
280 GRAYSON RD. 
524 NW 52ND ST. 
524 NW 52ND ST. 
1218GLYDONDR. 
1224TREEFERNDR. 
1486 OLD VA BEACH RD. 
1095 LONGSTREET AVE. 
1481 LUDLOW DR. 
2845 PINEWOOD DR 
5317CROSSFIELDRD 
473 LINEBERRY RD 



5871 BURTON STATION RtVA 

2348 COURT CIRCLE 

438 LINEBERRY RD. 

189WAVERLYDR. 

3817 WINDSOR WOODS 

3417 INDIAN RIVER RD 

601 N. LYNNHAVEN RD. 

5338 WYNGATE DR. 

1533MILLDAMRD. 

429 LINEBERRY RD 

1580 FULLER UkNE 

6305 BUCKNELL CIR 

1769CHESTWOODDR. 

6401 AVON RD 

1261 NE84THST 



VA BEACH. VA 23464 
VA. BEACH VA 23451 
VA. BEACH, VA 23462 
MIAMI, FL 33127 
MIAMI, FL 33127 
VA. BEACH, VA 23464 
VA. BEACH. VA 23451 
VA. BEACH. VA 23454 
VA. BEACH VA 23451 
VA. BEACH 
VA. BEACH. 
VA BEACH 

BEACH. 

BEACH. 



VA 



VA 23456 

VA 23452 

VA 23464 

VA 23452 

VA 23456 

VA. BEACH. VA 23456 

VA. BEACH. VA 23452 

VA. BEACH. VA 23452 

VA. BEACH VA 23452 

VA. BEACH, VA 23456 

VA. BEACH, VA 23452 

NORFOLK, VA 23502 

VA. BEACH. VA 23454 

VA. BEACH, VA 23452 

VA. BEACH, VA 23456 

VA BEACH. VA 23454 

VA. BEACH. VA 23456 

NORFOLK, VA 23513 



MIAMI. FL 33138 
2876 PLEASANTWOOD RD POWHATAN, VA 23139 
101 1 ATLANTIC DR. VA BEACH. VA 23451 

1416 OLD VA BEACH RD VA. BEACH. VA 23451 
1 39 WAVERLY DR. VA BEACH . VA 23452 

NEW YORK, NY 
3310 N LEISUREWORLD E SILVER SPRINGS, MD 20906 
6034 RICHMOND HWY #1023 ALEXANDRIA. VA22303 
6610 STONEY PT. NORTH NORFOLK, VA 23502 



132 



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UNION KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 

ALUMNI DIRECTORY 



WINSLOW DEWPSEY, 

1964 DAVIS. 
WINSLOW MCCANTS. 
KNIGHT, JR. 
WILSON, JR. 

1965 ASHBY 
ASHBY, 

ASKEW FEREBEE, 
BARBER GRAY, 
BARNES WELLS, 
BRYANT, 

CAFFEE WIGGINS, 
CHEEKS DAVIS, 
CORNICK WEBSTER, 
DAVIS JR, 
ELLIOTT DEGREE, 
ELLIOTT, 

GOODMAN DAVIS, 
GORDON JOYNER, 
GORDON WALLACE, 
GRAHAM MOODY, 
HAROLD, 

HYMAN, 

JAMES, 

KING SMITH, 

KING, 

LAWRENCE MOORE, 

MALBON YARN, 

PLUMMER, 

ROBINSON. JR. 

RUSSELL, 

SHAW HORTON 

SMITH HAIRSTON, 

SPRUELL, 

TILLERY BUTTS, 

WALKER MCNAIR, 

WILLIAMS, 

WILSON JONES, 

WOODHOUSE, 

WRIGHT. 

YARN 

1966 BARNES CORREIA, 
BENJAMIN HILL. 
BELIN 

BOONE POPE, 



VENICE 

LONNIE 

DELORIS 

RUFUS 

REV HUBERT H 

JESSE JR. 

CUVRETHA 

GLORIA 

BARBARA 

ALBERTA 

CLEAVON 

JUANITA 

PEGGY 

ROSA BERNICE 

RAYMOND F 

PREZILLA 

JOSEPH C 

SHIRLEY 

DOROTHY 

MARIA 

REGINA 

MAURICE 

RONNIE 

ALBERT 

APRIL 

JUNE I 

BARBARA SUE 

LAURICE 

MCRAY 

HARRY L, 

AARON 

MARVA 

ERNESTINE 

LIN WOOD 

MARIONETTE 

JOYCE 

MICHAEL B. 

CAROL 

LEROY C. JR. 

MIlTON E. 

ANTHONY 

FLORENCE 

IDA 

JAMES 

CYNTHIA 



BREATHWAITE GALLAGHAN, REGINA 



BRONSON LINNEN 
BURFORD WIGGINS, 
CASON, 
CHERRY, 
COOPER, 
CORNICK BANE 
CORNICK 

CRUMBLE OWENS, 
DAVIS VANN. 
FOREMAN MORGAN, 
GOFFIGAN MONROE 
GORDON HOLLOWAY 
GREGORY JOYNER. 
GRIMSTEAD BOGGS, 
HARVEY, 
HOLLOWAY 
HUGHES, 



PATTRON 

SARAH 

STELLA 

FRANCIS 

ALBERT F 

JEANETTE 

ROOSEVELT 

ROSA 

PHYLLIS 

LINDA 

LYDIA 

JANICE 

ROSA 

BEVERLY 

ROBERT 

MICHAEL T. 

BERNARD 



8510DANGERFIELDPL 
4413 TRIGGER CT 
305 S. 7TH ST 
10170 WARDS RD. 
313 BARCELONA LANE 
708 DURHAM AVE. 
536 CROWN CRESCENT 
3913 SPRING MEADOW CF 
1024 BIRMAN WOOD DR. 
3240 SAXON PUVCE 
3608 SEAGULL RD. 
139WAVERLYDR 
1353 RIVER SPRAY AVE. 
1 324 SANJO FARMS DR. 
1353 RIVER SPRAY AVE 
1317 PLACID WAY 
644 LAWRENCE DR 
4413 TRIGGER CT 
5740 E HASTINGS ARCH 
2309 36TH ST, SE 
437 LINEBERRY PL. 
3808 CHARTER OAK RD 
PO. BOX 2871 
1 900 QUAIL HOLLOW CT 
1 5440 MARSHFIELD AVE 
1011 WOODBOURNE AVE. 
2408 MADISON AVE 
718 WEYMOUTH COURT 
1235 CURIE STREET 
5608 EDWARDS AVE. 
707 CROSS QUAY 
619 WILLOW OAK DR 
4946 ERSKINE STREET 
271 HARRIER STREET 
141 PEER LANDING LOOP 
1288 HILLOCK CROSSING 
6800 FLEETWOOD RD #1 1 
3753 OLD FORGE RD. 
5805 MAYWOOD BLVD. 
1218 LEAD ST APT E 
1065 NORWICH AVE 
6331 SCOTTSFIELD DR. 
1926 CONSTITUTION DR. 
1001 SAWGRASSLN 
6325 COLBY WAY 
5944 AMBER RIDGE 
6121 TEABERRYWAY 
981 OWLS CREEK LN. 
983 ATLANTIS DE #202 
15809 SUSSEX ST 
2853 CANDLEWOOD DR 
2432 FEATHERBED DR 
3308 RAINIER CT 
11025BELTONST 
3820 ABERDEEN CT. 
13846 SPRINGSTONE DR. 
1411 SHEARWATER 
5393 BAYSIDE RD. 
812 HENRY ST 
3604 N LAKEFRONT DR 
29319 TIFFANY CT. 
5324 PANDORIA AVE. 
157 HUGHES LANE 



CLINTON, MD 20735 
VA BEACH VA 23456 
NEWARK. NJ 07103 
RUSTBURG, VA 24588 
VA. BEACH, VA 23452 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23325 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23321 
VA. BEACH VA 23454 
VA. BEACH, VA 23453 
VA. BEACH. VA 23452 
VA BEACH VA 23452 
HENDERSON, NV 89012 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320 
HENDERSON, NV 89012 
CHESAPEAKE. VA 23320 
VA. BEACH. VA 23462 
VA BEACH VA 23456 
VA BEACH VA 23462 
WASHINGTON, DC 20020 
VA. BEACH VA 23452 
VA. BEACH VA 23452 
VA. BEACH VA 23450 
VA. BEACH VA 23455 
HARVEY, IL 60426 
BALTIMORE. MD 21212 
BALTIMORE, MD 21217 
VA BEACH VA 23462 
NORFOLK, VA 23513 
PENNSAUKEN,NJ 08109 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23320 
VA BEACH, VA 23462 
VA. BEACH, VA 23462 
SOUTH MILLS, NC 27976 
VA. BEACH, VA 23455 
MCLEAN, VA 22101 
VA BEACH, VA 23452 
VA. BEACH, VA 23455 
NORFOLK, VA 23504 
VA BEACH VA 23455 
SUFFOLK, VA 23435 
ST,LEONARD, MD20685 
PORTSMOUTH,VA 23703 
VA. BEACH, VA 23464 
HAYMARKET.VA 20169 
CLINTON. MD 20735 
VA. BEACH, VA 23451 
VA. BEACH. VA 23451 
DETROIT, Ml 48227 
CHESAPEAKE VA 23324 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23325 
VA, BEACH, VA 23452 
UPPER MARLBORO, MD20744 
VA. BEACH. VA 23453 
CLIFTON, VA 20124 
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32218 
VA. BEACH VA 23455 
NORFOLK, VA 23509 
RICHMOND, VA 23518 
SOUTHFIELD, Ml 48034 
VA. BEACH. VA 23455 
VA. BEACH, VA 23451 



133 



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UNION KEMPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 

ALUMNI DIRECTORY 



IVERY BUNNELL, MARY 

JOHNSON HOLLOWAY, NANNIE 

JONES, CAROLYN 

KIMBLE FERGUSON, ETHELEEN 

MITCHELL GOODWIN. LORRAINE 

NEAL POSEY. BARBARA 

NEAL THOMAS, MARZELIA 

NEWSOME HORNSBY, BEVERLY 

PARKER, CHARLIE 

PETTY, JOHN H. 

PLUMMER. ERNEST 

PRICE, WILLIAM 

REID HENDERSON, SYLVIA 

SMITH HARVEY CAROLYN 

SNOWDEN. WILLIAM 

SPAIN, RAY 

WHITFIELD LOCKE, DIANE 

WILLIAMS MOODY, ADREAN 

WILLIAMS STOKES, MARY 

WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY 

WILSON LANFORD SHIRLEY 

1967 MASON MITCHELL WILLIA MAE 

1968 OWEN WILLIAMS. ALICE 



2864 STRATFORD GLEN 

802 DIPLOMA CT. 

320 CONSTITUTION AVE.N 

1237 GENERAL ST 

945 CROSS LINK RD. 

1925 ROBERT HALL DR. 

2304 DUNBARTON DR. 

5809 TAJO AVE 

2111 POWELLS CIRCLE 

114 CROSS FOXES DR. 

2924 FETSCH PL. 

320 CONSTITUTION AVE 

8708 GRASMERE CT. 

29319 TIFFANY CT. 

981 OUTER BRIDGE QUAY 

129 BATTLE AVE. 

12906 ST. EDMUND WAY 

2325 LLOYD DR. 

4819 SNOWMASS RD. 

1635 SUDBURY CT. 

6601 GREEN GLEN CT. 

439 PEREGRINE ST 

1607 SUNBURY ROAD 



CHARLOTTESVILLE,VA 2291 1 
VA. BEACH, VA 23462 
WASHINGTON, DC 20002 
VA. BEACH. VA 23464 
RALEIGH, NC 21610 
CHESAPEAKE, VA 23324 
CHESAPEAKE. VA 23325 
VA. BEACH VA 23455 
WOODBRIDGE, VA 22191 
FT WASHINGTON MD 20744 
VA. BEACH. VA 23453 
WASHINGTON,DC 20002 
FT WASHINGTON, MD 20744 
SOUTHFIELD, Ml 48034 
VA. BEACH, VA 23464 
WARRENTON, NC 27589 
MITCHELLVILLE,MD202721 
CHESAPEAKE. VA 23325 
GLEN ALLEN. VA 23060 
VA. BEACH, VA 23464 
ALEXANDRIA.VA22315 
VA. BEACH, VA 23462 
RICHMOND, VA 23224 







ADDENDEMS 






DIRECTORY 


CIASS 


L.VST NAME 


FIRST NAME ADDRESS 


1965 


ASHBY. BAILEY 


LINDA 4877 CROWN 




JOYNER, 


ALLEN 5740 E. flASTINGS ARCH 




WHITE, JAMES 


JAMES 403 GRICE STREET 




WHITEHI RST FOREMAN. 


PAl !LE 1 1 E 3960 D! FREE LANE 


1966 


GOEGREY MILLS 


ELIZABETH 1 83 SEA STREET 



CITY, STATE. ZIP CODE 
CHESAPEAK, VA 23325 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23462 
ELIZABETH CITY. NC 27909 
VA. BEACH. VA 234.S6 
VA BEACH, VA 23451 



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T.C. Smith Stadium - 1966 



The new stadium was 
dedicated to the memory of 
the late Thaddeus Clay Smith 
first principal of the school 
and admired teacher, friend, 
and benefactor to many in 
the Virginia Beach area. 
Mr. Victor J. Ashe, long-time 
friend and fraternity brother 
of Mr. Smith, delivered the 
dedication address. 





Above are pictured Mr. J. V. Boykins, Principal; Attorney Victor J. Ashe, The Reverend Thomas M. Venable; 
Mr. George Ferrell. Chairman of the School Board; Mr. K .L. Jard. former member of the School Board; and 
Mr. Frank W. Cox, Superintendent of Schools.