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UNION KEMPSVILLE 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 




dedication 



President John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
1917-1963 
'His bright light will forever illuminate the world and hearts of men. 



foreword 



The great work of John Fitzgerald Kennedy as a champion of liberty and free- 
dom for all people has been indelibly written in the scrolls of time and the hearts 
of mankind, even into unknown generations . They, too, will catch the bright 
light of his torch in its truest reflection and illuminate the nation and the world. 

We hope that scenes captured within the covers of the 1965 TIGER will bring 
forth pleasant memories in the future years and serve as inspiration to keep the 
bright torch burning. 








table of contents 

Administration 

Faculty 

Seniors 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 

Initiates 

Activities 

Organizations 

Athletics 

Advertisements 

Patrons 
























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principal's message 



I congratulate the members of the graduating class for having successfully 
attained their high school objectives. It is hoped that the training and expe- 
riences acquired during their secondary school career will enable them to 
face -up the issues, and accept the challenges that lie ahead. 

I commend the loyal, faithful, and understanding parents of the Class of 
1965. The sacrifices that they have made to assist these graduates in their 
achievements are invaluable. 

During a short span of study at Union Kempsville High School you have 
received ths final touches of a widely experienced and competent faculty. With 
masterful strokes and perseverance, the staff has sent forth another citizen to 
spread his light to the world. But the far-reaching results of the teacher's 
work remains to be assayed by the future. 

On these pages are captives of a time that is now history. You are invited to 
reminisce and retrace precious memories of steps to a happy ending. Herein 
is recorded high-lights of the fleeting moments of your high school days. May 
they serve as loving ties between you and your friends at Union Kempsville 
High School, your Alma Mater. 





principal 



Mr. J. V. Boykin 



assistant principal 



Mr. D. E. Morgan 





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english 




Miss H. L. Goodman 





Mrs. B. A. Rasberry 



Mr. R. C. Setzer 



Miss R. A. Perry 



Reading, writing, speaking and listening are the 
four main streams of communication within the hu- 
man family regardless of racial identity or national 
origin. Whether the avenue of communication be 
physical or mechanical, one of the four main streams 
must be employed for the smooth and successful 
operation of communication. 



Mr. W. Daniels 



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english 





Miss E. E. Morcan 



Mrs. L. C. Harold 



Mrs. A. A. Durban 



Mrs. E. W. Smith 



The Teachers of English at the Union Kemps - 
ville High School are "pooling" their efforts to 
help their students READ with understanding; 
WRITE with purpose, power, and organization; 
SPEAK with clarity; and LISTEN for knowledge 
and comprehension. 



Mrs. D. W. Knox 
On Leave of Absence 




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social studies 




Mrs. J. W. Jones 
History 




Mrs. L. H. Carter 
Social Studies 



Miss A. L. Alston 
Social Studies 



Mr. W. J. Watson 
History 



The Social Studies in the Union Kempsville High 
School compose a field of closely related subjects 
that deal with human relationships . Basically, this 
field includes Geography, History, Government, 
Civics, Sociology and International Relations. 

We believe that the social studies should aid in 
the development of such attitudes as respect for 
individuals, belief in democratic processes and 
rational solutions for social problems. 



Mr. J. H. Finney 
Social Studies 



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social studies 




Mr. R. H. Greene 
History 

science 



Mr. J. L. Perry 
Physics 

"I am a part of all that I have met ..." 
The Science Department of Union Kempsville 
makes every effort to develop each student as a 
fulfillment of the above quotation, by offering a 
program diversified enough to meet most of the 
needs and desires of most of our students . 

That each student may be made aware the past, 
part of the present, and help in the development 
of the future, is the aim of all in the Science 
Department . 

Mrs. O. W. Walston 
Chemistry 



Mrs. M. C. Allison 
Geography 




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science 




Mr. A. Young 
Science 



Miss J. L. Carter 
Biology 




Mrs. J. H. Stephens 
Biology 





Mr. C. A. Willis 
Biology 



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mathematics 





Mrs. E. D. Reid 
Algebra 



Miss O. F. Daughtry 
Mathematics 



Mrs. B. M. Robinson 



The Mathematics Department of the Union 
Kempsville High School consists of those course 
units of instruction and activities designed to con- 
tribute to the common and specialized Mathematics 
needs of secondary school students. The depart- 
ment strives to develop (1) Understanding, ac- 
curacy and facility in the fundamental process of 
computation; (2) the ability to use the problem - 
solving method in all situations; and (3) an 
understanding of the nature and structure of 
mathematics so that students can apply it . 



Mr. A. L. Weston 
Trigonometry 



Mr. C. K. Wilson 
Mathematics 




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foreign language 




Mrs. M. B. Patterson 
Spanish 




Mrs. B. H. Greene 
French 



Mrs. J. O. Siler 
Business Education 



Within the ever narrow- 
ing boundaries of the 
world, it has become 
evident that the ability 
to speak a language fluently, 
intelligently, and confi- 
dently is not only an ad- 
mired accomplishment but 
a definite necessity. 



business education 



Instruction (and experiences) in the field of Busi- 
ness Education is primarily to enable the present- 
day student and tomorrow's adult to function more 
adequately as a citizen in our democratic and eco- 
nomic society; to facilitate the growth of the student 
so that he develops competency; and to prepare those 
students who wish to further pursue the intricacies 
of the business world by studying the various phases 
of business on a higher level. 



Mrs. L. H. Reid 
Business Education 



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physical education 




Mr. C. I. Siler 
Coach 



Mr. J. Goss 
Coach 



Mrs. R. H. Brown 

Physical Education in our school program serves 
to provide opportunities for the normal physical 
growth and development of all pupils through all 
types of wholesome activities . Attention is given 
to the development of social and emotional 
qualities which contribute to mental and physical 
health. 

Driver education, a part of the physical educa- 
tion program, teaches the students to use motor 
vehicles with responsibility, safety, and efficiency. 

Mrs. D. W. Nance 




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physical education 





Mr. J. Dardcn 
Coach 



Mr. C. L. Harvin 
Coach 



home economics 




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The purpose of Homemaking Education in the 
Union Kempsville High School is to help students 
put home economics activities in their parental 
homes and to prepare for establishing their own 
homes in the future. 



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vocational education 




Mr. A. H. Woodhouse 
Industrial Arts 



Mr. H. L. Robinson 
I.C.T. 



Mr. H. L. Valentine 
Agriculture 



Vocational Education is an integral part of the 
general education program of all youth; its in- 
struction shop work provides all youths with 
sound educational experiences that contribute 
to the satisfaction of their purposes, needs, and 
wants by offering those learning experiences which 
assist boys and girls in understanding the indus- 
trial and technical aspects of modern industry. 



Mr. J. R. Hassell 
Mechanical Drawing 




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art 




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Mrs. I. C. Wilson 





The main objective of the Art Department is to 
effect the integration of Art with the total school 
curriculum . We further aim to provide for the 
specific needs of students with special interests and 
aptitudes in order that they may reach their highest 
level of achievement . 



Mrs. R. L. Allen 
Choir Music 



music 



The Music Department of the Union Kempsville 
High School provides opportunity for enrichment in 
the areas of choral music and band. It also provides 
opportunity for community music education through 
its annual spring and winter concerts . 

Competitive experiences are provided through the 
participation of the band choir in Regional and state 
music Festivals held in various Virginia cities dur- 
ing the school term . 



Mr. R. A. Reid 
Band 



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Mrs. J. P. Robinson 



librarian 



The Library exists to make materials of learning 
available to the faculty and students here at Union - 
Kempsville High School. Books and all forms of audio- 
visual aids are housed in the library which is striv- 
ing to reach its fall status as the "nerve center" of 
the school. 



clerks 





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Mrs. V. M. Haynes 



Mrs. P. T. Young 



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Mrs. B. W. Gregory 



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guidance 




Mrs. M. B. Brockett 



Mr. R. L. Gordon 



Guidance services, as applied in the Union Kemps - 
ville High School, are thought of as organized ac- 
tivities designed to give systematic aid to pupils in 
solving their problems and in making adjustments 
to various situations which they must meet. These 
activities assist each pupil in knowing himself as 
an individual and as a member of society; in making 
the most of his strengths and in correcting or com- 
pensating for weaknesses that interfere with his 
progress in learning about occupations so that he 
may intelligently plan and prepare for a career; in 
learning about educational opportunities available 
to him; and in discovering and developing creative 
leisure interests. 



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Clarence Nelson, Jr. 
Class President 
Captain Football Team, 
Track, Debating Club . 
Ambition: Social Worker 



Jackie Thurman Hill 
Football, Choral Music, 
Sport Club . 
Ambition: Engineer 



Earnestine Lindeel Smith 
Drill Team, Spanish Club, 
Student Council. 
Ambition: Laboratory 
Technician 




class officers 



Jacqueline Lapaze Carter 
Y-Teens, Xinos, Modern 
Dance Club. 
Ambition: Business 
Education 



Regina Jones 

Xino, Music Club, Sports 
Club. 

Ambition: Elementary Edu- 
cation 





Harry Robinson 

Basketball, Drill Team, 

Football. 

Ambition: Civil Eng . 



Shirley Goodman 
French, Tri Hi Y. 
THE "TIGER," Stud. 
Ambition: Bus. Ed. 



Co. 



Claretha Ashby 
Popular Dance Club 
THE "TIGER. " 
Ambition: Business Ed. 



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Marvenia Allmond 

Xinos, French Club, 

Modern Dance, Hi -Lighter's 

Staff. 

Ambition: Elem. Ed. 



Prezillia Elliott 

Xinos, Cheering Squad, 

Y-Teens, Hi -Lighter's 

Staff. 

Ambition: HEP.E. 



Ruth Harold Nimmo 
Xinos, Tri-Hi-Y, Hi- 
Lighter Staff. 
Ambition: Bus. Sec. 



seniors 




Jessie Ashby 
Football Team, Track, 
Boys' Drill Team. 
Ambition: Draftsman 



Gloria Askew 

Sports Club, Cheerleader 

Ambition: Military N. 




Barbara Jean Barber 



Alberta Barnes 
Tri-Hi-Y, Drill Team, 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Social Work. 



Raba Andretta Bass 
Xinos, Y-Teens, 
Majorette . 
Ambition: X-Ray Tech. 



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Brenda Hope Belle 

Y-Teens Music Club 

I.C.T. 

Ambition: Physical 

Therapist 



Wallace Bradford 
Varsity Sports Club 
Ambition: Paratrooper 



Bobby Breathwaite 
Varsity Band, Basket- 
ball, football, baseball 
Ambition: Lawyer 




seniors 



Clevean Bryant 
Hobby Club 
Ambition: Lawyer 



Juanita Caffee 
French Club, Sport 
Club, Girls' Drill Team 
Ambition: Social Worker 






Alice Patricia Carroll 
Sports Club, Spanish 
Club, Girls' Drill Team 
Ambition: 



Joan L. Cason 
Xino, Dramatic Club 
Modern Dance Club 
Ambition: Beautician 



Russell Cason 



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miss homecoming\ 

MISS MARILYN JEAN LEWIS 
SENIOR CLASS 



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Gayle Faye Cheeks 
Xinos, Y-Teens, Choir, 
Drill Team. 
Ambition: Phys. Ed. 



Peggy Ann Cheeks 
Xinos, Choir, Sports Club, 
French Club. 
Ambition: Secretary 



Rosa Bernice Cornick 

Cheerleader, Xinos, 

Scholastic Team, Honor 

Society. 

Ambition: Lab. Tech. 




seniors 




Wilhemena Naomi Cornick 
Xinos Club, French Club. 
Ambition: Teaching 



Thomas Cuffee 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Brickmason 





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Raymond Foster Davis 
Student Council, 
Scholastic Team, National 
Honor Society. 
Ambition: Math. 



Clara Dreuitt 

Mod. Dance, Drill Team, 

Sports Club. 

Ambition: Elem. Ed. 



Charlie Elliott 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Brickmason 



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Daniel Maurice Elliott 

I. T. C. Club, Sports Club. 

Ambition: Brickmason 



Annie Mae Etheridge 

Drill Team, Tri-Hi-Y, 

Xinos. 

Ambition: Elem. Ed. 



Estelle Etheridge 
Drill Team, 4-H Club, 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Nurse 



seniors 





Wesley Felton 

Hi-Y Club, Choir, Ind. 

Arts. 

Ambition: Sports 



Patricia V. Ferebee 
Mod. Dance, 4-H Club, 
Dramatic Club. 
Ambition: IBM Oper. 





Vernon Ferebee 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Movie Star 



George Fitzgerald 
Baseball, Basketball, 
Sports Club. 



Rufus Goffigan 

Art Club, Sports Club. 

Ambition: Artist 



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Dorothy Gordon 

Sports Club, Camera G 

Photo Club. 

Ambition: Registered Nurse 



Lola Maria Gordon 
National Honor Society, 
Student Council, Xino. 
Ambition: Pediatrician 



Regina Portia Graham 

Xinos, French Club, 

Y-Teens. 

Ambition: Social Worker 




seniors 



Eula Gregory 
Dramatic Club, Choir, 
Tri-Hi-Y, French Club. 
Ambition: Teacher 



Patricia Gregory 
Drill Team, New Home- 
makers Of America. 
Ambition: Practical Nurse 








Joyce Loretta Gray 
Sports Club, Xinos, 
Modern Dance Club. 
Ambition: Nursing 



Maurice Harold 
Sports Club, Hobby Club. 
Co-Captain Football. 
Ambition: Pro. Football 



Hermon Eugene Haynes 
Sports Club, Hobby Club, 
Spanish Club. 
Ambition: Doctor 

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Doris Jean Hines 
Xinos, Y-Teens, Mod. 
Dance, Drill Team. 
Ambition: Dancer 



Gladys Mae Hoggany 
Tri-Hi-Y, Xinos, 
Band, Choir. 
Ambition: Music 



Lenarette Melvene 

Hoggard 
Hobby Club, 4-H Club, 
New Homemakers. 
Ambition: Elem. Ed. 



seniors 





Ulysses Holloman 
Baseball, Drill Team, 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Electrician 



Kenneth Holloway 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Auto Mech. 




Leon Hughes 

Drill Team, Hobby 

Club. 

Ambition: Eng . 



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Ronald Lee Hyman 



Thomas Lee Hyman 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Teacher 




Albert Lee James 

Sports Club, Hobby 

Club. 

Ambition: Serviceman 



Juanita Clara Jefferson 
Mod. Dance, Xinos, 
Dramatic Club . 
Ambition: Biologist 



Jerry Mae Johnson 
Drill Team, Sports Club, 
ICT Club, Music. 
Ambition: Seamstress 




seniors 



Lucy Jane Johnson 
Mod. Dance, New 
Homemakers. 
Ambition: Stenographer 



Emma Rebecca Jones 

Sports . 

Ambition: Secretary 











Lillian Earsell Jones 
Y-Teens, Mod. Dance, 
Majorette, Choir. 
Ambition: Elem . Ed. 



Gregory Kiah 
Lambda Chi, Future 
Scientists . 
Ambition: Life's Goal 



April Delores King 
Xinos, Choir, Mod . 
Dance, French Club. 
Ambition: X-Ray Tech. 

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Connie Lassiter 
Modern Dance, New 
Homemaker of America. 
Ambition: Interior 
Decorator 



Barbara Sue Lawrence 
Sports Club, Dramatic 
Club, Student Council. 
Ambition: Secretary 



Virgie Lee 

Xino, French Club, 

Drill Team, Dramatic 

Club. 

Ambition: Home Ec . 





Marilyn Jean Lewis 

Y-Teens, French Club, 

Xinos. 

Ambition: Social Worker 



Sarah Love 

Drill Team, Spanish 

Club. 

Ambition: Beautician 




June Isabelle King 
Y-Teens, Music Club, 
Xinos, Sports Club, 
Girls' Glee Club. 
Ambition: Jazz Vocalist 



Patricia Knight 
Xinos, Y-Teens, Music 
Club, Honor Society . 
Ambition: Social Worker 



Mary Rebecca Knight 

Y-Teens, Xinos, French 

Club. 

Ambition: Social Worker 




Laurice Yvonne Malbon 
Xinos, Sports Club, Cheer- 
leader, Future Teacher of 
Amer . 
Ambition: Pharmacist 




Ronald Alexander McCoy 
Sports Club, Hobby Club. 
Ambition: Engineer 



James Mclntyre 
Hobby Club. 
Ambition: Policeman 




Oliver Morgan 
Sports Club, Lambda 
Chi, Football. 
Ambition: Lawyer 




Carl Moye 

Sports Club, Football 

Team . 

Ambition: Engineer 






Dorothy Olds 

New Homemakers of 

Amer . 

Ambition: Secretary 



Carolyn Ann Owens 
Drill Team, Y-Teens, 
4-H Club. 
Ambition: Nurse 



Thomas Les Owens 
Hobby Club. 
Ambition: Marine 



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Zan Byron Owens Evelyn Pace Barbara Parker 

Music Club, Sport Club, Dramatic Club. Student Council, 

Football, Baseball. Ambition: Speech Therapists Dramatic Club, Xinos Club. 

Ambition: Ambition: Lawyer 



seniors 





James Earl Palmer 
Football Team, Baseball 
Team, Sports Club. 
Ambition: 



Joseph Phillips 
Dancing Club, Sports 
Club. 

Ambition: Social Worker 





McRay Plummer 
Dancing Club, Hi-Y, 
Sports Club. 
Ambition: Social Worker 

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Ella Privott 

Y-Teens, French Club, 

New Homemaker of 

America. 

Ambition: Registered Nurse 



Barbara Roberts 

Sports Club, French Club. 

Ambition: 




John Linwood Robinson 
Hobby Club, Spanish C. 
Ambition: Minister 



David Lee Ross 
Hobby Club. 
Ambition: Singer 



Deloris Rudd 

Xinos, French Club, 

Club. 

Ambition: Home Ec. 



Art 




seniors 



Aaron Bernard Russell 
Hi-Y, Band, Student 
Council. 
Ambition: Ped. 



Marva Louise Shaw 
Y-Teens, Drill Team, 
Mod. Dance. 





Jesse Franklin Smith 
Sports Club, Band, Debat- 
ing Society. 
Ambition: Politician 



James Snowden 
Art Club, Football. 
Ambition: Ind. Arts 



Linwood Lee Sprue 11 
Sports Club, Baseball, Foot- 
ball. 
Ambition: Airplane Elect. 

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Raymond Stith 
Art Club. 
Ambition: Artist 



Randolph Sumner 

Sports Club 

Ambition: Social Worker 



Selma Thomas 
Xinos Club, THE "TIGER, " 
Tri-Hi-Y, French Club. 
Ambiton: Nurse 



seniors 





Jimmie Thompson 
Girls' Glee Club 
Ambition: Beautician 



Marionette Tillery 
Y-Teens, Choir, Xinos. 
Ambition: Biologist 





Benjamin Turner, Jr. 
Sports Club, Hobby Club, 
Art Club . 
Ambition: U.S. Army 



Barbara Ann Tynes 
Xinos, Choir, French, 
Modern Dance Club, 
Drill Team, Sports Club. 
Ambition: Math & Science 



Carolyn Ann Veal 
Y-Teens, Drill Team, 
French Club, Modern 
Dance, Debating Society . 
Ambition: Elementary Ed. 




Joyce Naomi Walker 
Cheerleader, Xinos, 
Y-Teens, Mod. Dance, 
Basketball Team. 
Ambition: Social Worker 



James Edward White 
Sports Club, Art Club, 
Spanish Club. 
Ambition: Pro. Football 



Michael Bernard Williams 
National Honor Society 
Cheering Squad, Sports Club. 
Ambition: Lab. Tech. 




seniors 



Patricia Williams 
Xinos, Y-Teens, Choir 
Majorette. 
Ambition: Model 



Elton Wilson 

Sports Club, Hobby Club. 

Ambition: Electrician 






arol Wilson 

inos, Drill Team, Sports 

lub. 

mbirion: Secretary 



Steve Wilson 

Football Team, Baseball 

Team, Basketball Ceam. 



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Leroy Clifton Woodhouse 
Football Team, Sports Club, 
Track Team, Drill Team. 
Ambition: Psychologist 

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Juanita Woodis 
Y-Teens, Sports Club, 
Homemakers of America. 
Ambition: Nurse 



William Woodhouse 
Sports Club, Drill Team. 
Ambition: Mechanic 



Beverly Ann Worlds 
Sports Club, Music Club, 
Xinos, Y-Teens. 
Ambition: Elementary Ed. 




Raymond Jefferson 
Sports Club, Hobby Club, 
I.C.T. Club. 




Milton Wright 

Hobby Club, Spanish Club, 

Drill Team. 

Ambition: Scientific Eng. 



Robert Lee Willie 

Sports Club, Hobby Club. 

Ambition: Electrician 




John Woodhouse Robert James 

Sports Club, Hobby Club, Sports Club, I.C.T. Club. 

I.C.T. Club. 



Anthony Yarn 

Hobby Club, Sports Club. 

Ambition: Doctor 



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SENIORS AT WORK 




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Cynitha Anderson 
Linda Ashby 
Carolyn Ames 
Mamie Artis 



Betty Bailey 
Inez Bailey 
Delphine Baker 
Charles Ballard 



Florence Barnes 
William Battle 
Helen Beary 
John W. Beary 



Ida Benjamin 
Cynthia Boone 
Welton Braye 
James A. Bridgers 



Connie A. Brinkley 
Pattron L. Bronson 
Arkansas Bryant 
Courtney J. Butts 



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Wilmus Burden 
James Belin 
Betty Berry 
Maude M. Barber 



Robert Brown 
Roosevelt Cornick 
Jeanette Cornick 
Stella Cason 



Frances Cherry 
Margie Cason 
John Cherry 
Bernadine Cornick 



Rosa Crumble 
James Coston 
Katheryn Cowell 
Carolyn Cross 



Abraham Cason 
Albert Cooper 
Annie R. Cherry 
Ogie Clayton 




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David Capps 
Phyllis Davis 
James Davis 
Shervett Daughcry 



Ella Davis 
Robert Davis 
Mary F. Dozier 
Gloria Dunbar 



Percell Freeman 
Celestine Fitzerald 
Linda L. Foreman 
Johnnie Evans 



Rufus Eure 
Earnest L. 

Etheridge 
Ebron Eula 
Elizabeth Godfrey 



Alexander Gregory 
Janice Gordon 
Lydia J. Goffigan 
Beverly Grimstead 



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Griffin Harriet J . 
Grimstead William 
Gould Hazel 
Gregory Carolyn 



Gray Annie 
Ho How ay 

Micheal T. 
Hobbs Stephen L. 
Marion E. 

Gregory 



Harris Hattie 
Harris Virginia 
Harris Ronald 
Harris Garland 



Holden James 
Higbter 

Marionette 
Huges Bernard E. 
Hanson David 



Holloman 

Fredia M. 
Harvey Robert 
Holloway Kevin 
Hawkins Carolyn 




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Carolyn Holloway 
Dennis Haynes 
Marguerite 

Harper 
Sandra A. 

Hoggard 



Joan Johns 
McArthur James 
Larry James 
Mildred D. Jones 



Mary L. Jones 
Hazel J. Joseph 
Mary E. Ivery 
Harvey Joseph 



Carolyn Jones 
William Johnson 
Cston Jones 
Mary Johnson 



Joyce Jones 
Simuels Johns 
Nannie Johnson 
Daniel F. James 



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Alice Jones 
Mary Mayfield 
Ann McCoy 
Lorraine Mitchell 



Ralph Moore 
Murphy Deborah 
Beverly Newsome 
Thomas Owens 



Ronnie Owens 
Charlie Parker 
Betty Perkins 
Deloris Perry 



John Petty 
Ella J. Phillips 
Raymond Price 
William Price 



Leroy Privott 
Barbara Owens 
Helen Owens 
Willis Owens 





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Kimble Ethaleen 
Raymond King 
Arthur Knox 
Annie Lindsey 



Cornell Little 
Paul Lamb 
David Langley 
Sandra Lewis 



Kermit Matthews 
Jerry McCants 
Betty Moore 
Jacqueline 
Murrell 



John Munden 
Calvin L. 

Phillips 
Mary Re id 
Jacqueline S. 

Re id 



Clyde Riddick 
Patricia Ridley 
Daisey Russell 
Cylester Shaw 



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Agustus Smith 
Carolyn Smith 
Claretha Smith 
Richard Smith 



Thaddeus Smith 
Allen Sneed 
Walter Snowden 
William Snowden 



Ray Spain 
Pauline Stevenson 
James Somerville 
Robert L. Tabron 



Gloria Turner 
Jessie Tyler 
Anthony Tyson 
Audrey Williams 



Mary William 
Barbara William 
Stanley Wills 
Jean Veasy 




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Evelyn Simmons 
Betty Walker 
Mary Ward 
Catherine White 



Audrey White 
Stella Whitehurst 
Deloris Whitehurst 
Diane Whitfield 



Anna Wiggins 
Jane Wiggins 
Madie M. Wilder 
Adreanne 
Williams 



Carthious 

Williams 
Elisha Willie 
Emuel Willie 
Yvonne Willie 



Gloria Wilson 
Shirley Wilson 
James Wood 
Roscoe Woodhouse 



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Bernadine Woodis 
Tyrone M. Woodis 
Lenard T. Wright 
William Wright 




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Lucas Jones 



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Parlez-vous Francais? 
Third-year French students. 





Jacqueline Murrell, Ernest Etheridge, Barbara 
Owens, Ernest Plummer, Courtney Butts and Lucas 
Jones; Juniors pose in front of campus. 



Junior officers . . . SITTING: Lorraine Mitchel, 
Cynthia Boone, and Beverly Newsome. STANDING: 
Carolyn Ames, Michael Holloway, Robert Harvey, 
president; Cynthia Anderson, James Somerville, 
Lydia Goffigan. 




Bernard Hughes, Ray Spain and Carolyn Ames doing 
research work. 




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F. Bailey 
D. Breathwaite 
L. Conley 
D. Didly 
V. Fentress 
W. Gatlin 



F. Gregory 
C. Harris 
R. Harold 
M. Hawkins 
I. Jackson 
A. Joyner 



E. Joyner 
J. Keeling 
S. Mayfield 
M. Privott 
J. Riddick 
J. Rudd 



S . Knox 
J. Smith 
E. White 
L. Wiggins 
S. Wilson 
A . Barnes 





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E. Cason 
L. Cuffee 
R. Cuffee 
P. Cherry 
E. Hoggany 
T. Johnson 



B. Lewis 
P. Mitchell 
L. Moore 

A . Owens 

B. Smith 
E. Johns 



C . Parson 

C. Smith 
J. Davis 

D. Wiggins 
S. Butts 

R. Christian 



S. Cowell 
S. Diggs 
F. Dozier 
M. Jackson 
R . Johnson 
A . Joyner 



G. Ashby 
M. Barham 
M. Baxter 
S. Brockett 
J. Caffee 
J. Carter 



C. Cason 
L. Cooper 
C. Davis 
C. Davis 
E- Fentress 
J. Ferebeee 




C. Foreman 
P. Harrison 
M. Holley 
B. Holloway 

D. Jones 
G . Jordon 





B. Keyes 
A. Lamb 
P. Lambert 
F. Meloin 
H. Mitchell 
L. Moore 




T. Nelson 
B Olds 
C. Reid 
F. Riddick 
J. Robinson 
J. Skinner 




J. Smith 
F. Taylor 
S. Troutman 
D. Turner 
L. Vicker 
J. Walke 



L. Watkins 
G. White 
J. White 
R. Whitehurst 
R. William 
R. William 



W. Williams 
E. Willie 
D. Wilson 
S. Winston 
G. Worlds 
Q. Worlds 









C. Allen 

E. Allen 
L. Ames 

F. Carter 

B. Cason 

C. Copeland 



D . Ebron 
R. Floyd 
J. Foreman 
M. Foreman 
L. Goffigan 
S. Griffin 



D Grimstead 
E. Hargrow 
C. Harold 
N. Harold 
B. Hassell 
H. Herbert 




L. Jeffries 
B. Johnson 
K. Johnson 

B. Lewis 
L. Malbon 

C. McClee 



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E. McCoy 
R. McCoy 
N. Nicholas 
C. Nimmo 
B. Olds 
W. Perry 





D. Petty 
M. Russell 
J. Shaw 
L. Williams 
L. Willie 
R. Wilson 



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E. Albritton 
S. Bailey 
R. Baker 
G. Blount 
J. Butts 
K. Boggs 



L. Boykins 
S . Brow n 
D. Burgress 
R. Davis 
J. Bowe 
L. Butts 



J. Brinkley 
A . Broadnax 
C. Didly 
G . Davenport 
A. Davenport 
S. Eure 



L. Evans 
J. Etheridge 
D. Ebron 

C. Freeman 

D. Foreman 
D. Foreman 



R Freeman 
T. Freeman 
A. Freeman 
R. Floyd 
E. Gray 
A. Gay 



B. Garner 
Y. Hill 
M. Haynes 
D. Holmes 
M Hinton 
R. Jones 

F. Jones 
T. James 
R. Lewis 
J. Lee 
J. Mum ford 
D. Mitchell 



M. Kent 
J. Nimmo 
B. Nelson 
G. Pace 
I. Roberts . 
M. Riddicks 



C. Reid 
H. Simmons 
Y. Snow den 
B Snow den 
S. Smith 
E. Smith 

C Walker 
B. Wilson 
J. Williams 
J. Woodhouse 
A. Uzzle 
W. Yarn 



M. Albrin 
M. Babbs 
L. Beary 
J. Boone 
L. Boone 
A. Burford 



A. Bridges 
C. Carter 
E. Cason 
E. Cason 
J. Cason 
L. Cooper 



M. Cooper 
G . Cross 
C. Cornick 
R. Cornick 
E. Coston 
R. Coyner 



D. Etheridge 
C. Franklin 
S. Harris 
J. Hawkins 
S. Herbert 
W. Hodnett 



B. Hoggard 
G. Hogue 
W. Holloman 
W. Jones 
R. Joyner 
S. Kellam 



M. Knight 

C. Lawerence 
H. Liverman 
J. Mason 

D. Michell 
A . Morris 



C. Owens 
L. Perkins 
F. Price 
H. Price 
R. Rainey 
B. Riddick 



G. Sears 
B. Skinner 
A. Smith 
J. Smith 
Y. Smith 
W. Spence 



S. Spencer 
L. Toran 
D. Washington 
B. Whitehurst 

B. Williams 

C. Williams 



J. Williams 
M. Williams 
G. Williams 
C. Wilson 






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M. Foreman 
W. Foreman 
R. Gordon 
D. Harrison 



F. Hawkins 

C . Hoggard 
R. Jones 

D. Moore 
A . Owens 
S. Owens 



P. Phillips 
M. Riddick 
R. Stephens 
D . Turner 
J. Turner 
V. Tyler 

C. Williams 
R. Williams 
W. Wilson 

D. Woodhouse 
J. Woodhouse 
R. Wright 




initiates 




J. White 

L. White 

L. Williams 

S. Williams 



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J. Anderson 
H. Bailey 
S. Bailey 
D. Barnes 
W. Benn 
B. Bernett 

A. Brown 
D. Brock 
V. Butts 
A. Caffee 
E Cuffee 
L. Cason 

G. Cason 
L. Cason 
D. Creekmore 
G. Degnet 
S. Dozier 
D. Dunbar 



J. Etheridge 
S. Barge 
H. Filmore 
M . Foreman 
R. Freeman 
A . G re gory 



E. Grimstead 
B. Harris 
I. Harold 

E. Hawkins 
B . Holloman 

F. Hollow ay 



M. Hyman 
J. Hyman 
B. Mclntyne 
P. Haynes 
G. Jackson 
J. James 



D Johnson 
D . Johnson 
R. Johnson 
R. Knight 
B. Mack 
R. Marsh 



W. Mason 
R. Miller 
W. Mills 
M. Mitchell 
H. Owens 
S . Palmer 



D. Peebles 
M. Perry 
H. Phillips 
J. Phillips 
T. Redd 
W. Riggins 



T. Robinson 
A. Rouse 
E. Rudd 
P. Scott 
J. Selby 
L. Skinner 



T. Albritton 

E. Alexander 
J. Askew 

S. Baxter 

F. Beale 
H. Billups 



C. Bisco 
L. Bly 
P. Bly 

R. Bly 
W. Brown 
J. Cherry 



J. Cuffee 
J. Dewitt 

L. Elliott 
M. Etheridge 
J. Fitzerald 
L. Fletcher 



L. Foreman 
C. Gregory 
C . Harold 
N. Harper 
J. Herbert 
M. Hinton 



E. Hoggrow 
J. Hollow ay 
O. Hyman 
B Kelly 
T. Kimble 
E. Johnson 



D. Jones 
B. Lamb 
J. Lamb 
D. Macer 
G. Macer 
P. May field 



C. Murphy 
C. Parker 
M. Parker 
J. Riddick 
J. Robinson 
J. Rouse 



J. Skinner 
E. Smith 
D. Smith 
S. Smith 
L. Sneed 

D. Snowden 

J. Tabron 
M. Taylor 

E. Thorpe 
L. Uzzle 

G. Watkins 
D. Waters 



D. Wiggins 
J. Williams 
R. Williams 
R. Williams 
G. Wood 
M. Yarn 





s. 


Banks 


L. 


Bazemore 


C 


Bernard 


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Breathwaite 


R 


Bridges 


L. 


Brinkley 


M 


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B. 


Cason 


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A 


Cross 


S. 


Cuffee 


R 


Dailey 


J- 


Davis 


D 


Elliott 


O 


Evans 


S. 


Fontinello 


R 


Gatlin 


E. 


Gilchrist 


R 


Hawkins 


E. 


Hunley 


D 


Johnson 


E. 


Jones 


B. 


Kelly 


S. 


Lawerence 


H. 


Lawerence 


M 


Lindsey 


S. 


Mayfield 


J- 


McCoy 


M 


McMickel 


C. 


Murphy 


C. 


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F. 


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E. 


Owens 


L. 


Peebles 


L. 


Powell 


G. 


Ricks 


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Sumner 


R. 


Riddick 


D. 


Robinson 


S. 


Snow den 


H. 


Speller 


G. 


Stevenson 


J- 


Trotman 


J- 


Tyler 


J- 


Tynes 


E. 


Vaughan 


C. 


Williams 


E. 


Williams 


G. 


Williams 


M. 


Williams 


S. 


Williams 


L. 


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homecoming 
1964 



ABOVE: Marilyn Jean Lewis, Miss Homecoming 
1964, being crowned by Patricia Ferebee. ABOVE 
RIGHT: MISS HOMECOMING as she was escorted 
to the field by Anthony Yarn. BELOW: Earnestine 
Smith, Attendant. BELOW RIGHT: Attendants, 
Lillian Jones, Patricia Ferebee; Miss Homecoming; 
Earnestine Smith, Attendant. 




Group of students relaxing on campus. 





YEARBOOK STAFF at work! FIRST ROW: 
Selma Thomas, Ruth Niramo, Joan Johns, 
Clare tha Ashby. SECOND ROW: Shirley 
Goodman, Editor; Beverly Grimstead, Asst. 
Editor; Prezillia Elliott. THIRD ROW: Jean 
Jones, Bernadine Cornick. 



Going home time 




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Some industrious seniors "bone" up on their 
studies. 



The school choir, with Mrs. Allen directing, 
entertains at a chapel assembly. 





Lunchtime at U. K. 



69 



Grandma tells off a relative in "GRANDMA'S BEST 
YEARS" Seniors' Class Play, 1964. 





Dona tori um . . . 

"CLASS NIGHT 1964" 



Deloris Rudd tearfully emotes in 
"DRAMATIC CLUB'S 

INDUCTION PROGRAM" 
Fall, 1964 




Members of Dramatics Club in skit on 
"INDUCTION PROGRAM" 
Fall, 1964 



Moments of distraction . . . 




Miss Naomi Esther Doles who is an African 
Missionary in Liberia, signs autographs for 
students after chapel program. 




Mr. Boykin, our principal, caught while 
thoughtfully giving final approval to candidates 
for graduation . . . 



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Rev. M. R. Boone giving 
Thanksgiving Message . . 



Mr. Joe Echols, coach, 
Virginia State College 
Norfolk Division, delivers 
main address on Awards 
Day at U. K. Spring, 1964. 




Below: Mrs. Myrtle Craw- 
ford, Public Relations Per- 
sonnel of Norfolk Alumnae 
Association of Fisk Univer- 
sity, presents a Certificate 
of Honor to Mr. Boykin for 
having graduated a student 
enrolled at Fisk University 
in the Freshman Class. 
This student, Miss Jesse 
Sydnor, made the dean's 
list as a freshman. Shown 
with Mr. Boykin and Mrs. 
Crawford is Mrs. Jesse 
Sydnor, mother of the 
honor student. 




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Below: Volley in Action! 





Above: Drivers Education in action. 



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Above: Artificial respiration in action . . . 



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christmas scenes 
1964 




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graduation 
1964 



Above: Dr. L. B. Brooks, Provost, Norfolk Division Virginia 

State College, delivers main address at Commencement 

Exercises. 

Right: Rev. D. P. Felton, Pastor of St. Mark AME Church, 

Oceana, 1964 Baccalaureate Speaker. 




Above: A senior receives the long awaited award 

The DIPLOMA. 

Right: A serious, but jubilant moment . . . 



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journalism staff 




Jean Jones, Selma Thomas and 
Marvenia Allmond prepare the 
lay-out mats for the " 1965 
TIGER. " 



Joan Johns and Bernadine Cornick 
double -check each page and en- 
velope in preparation for shipment. 



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hobby 
club 




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girls' club 




The Girls' Club 
strives to develop 
moral, mental, 
and material 
growth among 
its members. 



The "Johnson Girls, " shown 
below, campaigned for Presi- 
dent L. B. Johnson in 1964 and 
actively participated in the 
welcome of Mrs. L. B. John- 
son to Norfolk during the presi- 
dential campaign. 





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drill 
team 




performers, all 




the 

dramatic 

club 



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industrial 
arts club 





Building skills and character is the 
goal of the vocational training clubs . 
We believe in immediate application of 
all skills learned. Membership in either 
of these clubs fosters that belief. 




84 





science club 



'From experiments come . . . new inventic 



n.f.a. 



New Farmers of America 




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future teach 



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BACK: Wilhemena 
Cornick, Marvenia 
Allmond, Jeanette 
Cornick, Jean Jones, 
Prealla Elliott, Jac- 





A D VI 

STANDING: Mr. C. A. 
Willis, Mr. J. L. Perry. 
SEATED: Mrs. B. M. 
Morgan, Miss H. L. 



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ers of america 



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queline Carter, Linda 
Cooper, Brenda Has- 
sell, Bernice Cornick, 
Beverly Grimstead, 
Maria Gordon. 




S O R S 

Goodman, 
Daughtry, 
Durgan. 



Miss O. F. 
Mrs. A. A. 




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bachelors 



off.t.a. 



FRONT: James Somerville, Raymond Davis, 
Robert Harvey, Michael Williams, Michael 
Holloway, Oliver Morgan. BACK: Mr. J. L. 
Perry, John Robinson, Celester Shaw, Clif- 
ton Baxter, Ronald Harris, Mr. C. A. Willis. 
Anthony Yarn, Thaddeus Smith, Jackie Hill, 
James Snowden. 



Below: The Bachelors are pictured at their 
Christmas Party. 





89 



musicj 
music/ 





music! 



Mr. Roy A. Reid, Band 
Director, poses with mem- 
bers of the varsity band in 
the school stadium. 




attention of her choir 
members as they perform. 



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le 

cercle 
francais 




Le Cercle Francais is for the purpose of promo- 
ting interest in the French language, French people 
and their culture. Students read letters from their 
French correspondents, listen to French music 
(from the classics to modern jazz) play games, see 
movies about France and occasionally present a 
French play . 




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debating society 



La Logica 
(The Debating Club) 

Here is a thing which I 
would willingly have you 
agree, that is, dispute and 
not to quarrel; for friends 
dispute between themselves 
for their better instruc- 
tion, and enemies quarrel 
to destroy one another. 

-- Plato 




"Principles have no 
real force except when 
one is well fed." 

Mark Twain 



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new homemakers 



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CREED 

We, the New Homemakers of 

If there is kindness 

There will be beauty 

If there is beauty in 

There will be harmony 

If there is harmony 

There will be justice 

If there is justice 

There will be peace 




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of america 



America, believe that 

and truth in the heart, 

in the spirit. 

the spirit, 

and love in the home . 

and love in the home, 

in the Nation. 

in tne Nation, 

in the world. 



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SPORTS CLUB 

The SPORTS CLUB is ever 
striving to promote good sports- 
manship among the student and 
lending to the athletic teams 
moral and financial support in 
their contests . 




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FRONT: Coach Siler, S. Wilson, B. Nelson, C. Nelson, Jr. , J. Petty, C. Moye, K. Holloway, 
M. Harold, R. Cornick, J. White, R. Harris, Coach Darden. 2nd ROW: Coach Setzer, J. Bowe, 
M. James, R. Cooper, L. Woodhouse, C. Baxter, J. Palmer, J. Snowden, R. Smith, T. Free- 
man, Coach Harvin. 3rd ROW: Trainer C. Harris, R. Goffigan, W. Owens, W. Price, L. 
Floyd, R. Harold, M. Hawkins, R. Harvey, K. Holloway, K. Mathews. 




4? JJ^'Atr*^^ 



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Clarence Nelson, Jr. 
Captain, 1964 





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cheering 



Laurice Malbon, Joyce Walker, Bernice Cornick, 
Deborah Murphy, Prezillia Elliott, Jacqueline 
Carter, Erveena Hoggany. 





Right: "Baby Junior" Hawkins strikes out for the 
coal line . . . 



but is brought down just short of scoring. 




100 




101 



baseball team 












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basketball team 




J. Shaw, A. Woodhouse, R. 
Williams, B. Breathwaite, 
Oliver Morgan, H. L. Robin 
son. 



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CO., INC. 
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Phones: 627-0100 
627-0208 
627-0256 



CONGRATULATIONS 
SENIORS 




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Hair Weave Technician 

Specializing in Hair Styling 

Tin ting -Dye ing-Permanents 

Scalp Treatment-Wigs 

Cutting, Shaping and Manicuring 

Mrs. J. T. Dyson-Owner 
Phones: 428-9653 or 428-8195 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



FA CUL TT OF SEA TA CK 
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Route 1, Box 21-E 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Mrs. Mary W. Williams, Clerk 



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703 Second Street 


Phone: 


Martinsville, Virginia 


638-7571 


William W. Edwards 





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Class and Club Pins 

Medals 

Trophies 

Service Awards and Honors 

Yearbooks 



Commencement Invitations 

Announcement Cards 

Personal Cards 

Announcements 

Diplomas 



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Modern Chapel and Slumber Room 
Lady Attendant 
"We do the kindest things 

in the kindest way . " 
Phone: 428-9321 
Nights, Sundays, and Holidays 428-3421 
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Fuel Oil 
1204 General St, Virginia Beach, Va„ 
Phone: 497-1226 Nites: 497-7464 

497-1530 
"Growing with Virginia Beach" 
Automatic re-fill service 


Compliments of A Friend 


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APPLIANCE 
927 Liberty St. Norfolk, Va. 

"See Dave . . . and Save" 

We repair all makes of electrical 

appliances. All work is guaranteed . 

Phone: Kl 5-9189 


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"When convenience is essential" 

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Funeral Directors and Embalmers 

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Phone: Kl 5-4732 

Day or Night 



"Best Wishes" 
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Mrs. Alice P. Lawrence, Pres. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 


"Felicitations!" 
N.A.G.C. 
Ethel Richardson, President 
Sandra Lewis, Secretary 
Mrs. J. W. Jones, Faculty Advisor 


Compliments of 
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1120 Millers Lane 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 


BEST WISHES 


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Specializing in Individual Hair Styling 

Mrs. Clara Fentress, Prop. 

812-19th Street Va. Beach, Virginia 

Phone: 428-9823 


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General Auto Repairs 

Phone: 426-5664 


Compliments of a Friend and Patron 


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Specializing in Haircutting of All 

Types Hair styles created 

for 

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Open Daily from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. 

(also by appointments) 

721 Va. Beach Blvd. 

Phone: 428-9473 

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Mr. W. A. Beamon 

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patrons 



Mr. & Mrs. Jessel Doles 

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Mr. Si Mrs. Herbert H. Greene 

Mr. Jeremiah Greene 

Mr. 81 Mrs. Freddie Gregory 

Mrs. Joyce Gregory 

Mrs. Martha Gregory 

Mrs. Emma Grimstead 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Grimstead 

Mr. William Grimstead 

Mrs. Essie Halsey 

Rev. & Mrs. J. M. Hall 

Mr. Sj Mrs. James W. Hairston 

Mr. Si Mrs. William Hamberry 

Mrs. Pauline Hardy 

Mr. Sj Mrs. William H. Hardy 

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Harold 

Mr. Si Mrs. Charlie Harold 

Mr. Si Mrs. Daniel Harold 

Mr. Sj Mrs. Jeremiah Harold 

Mr. Sj Mrs. William Harold 

Mr. Sj Mrs. Arthur J . Harper 

Mrs. B. T. Harris 

Mr. Sj Mrs. Charles L. Harvin, Sr, 

S/Sgt. Si Mrs. C. T. Harris 

Mr. Earl Hawkins 

Mr. Si Mrs. Edmon Hawkins 

Miss Mary E . Hawkins 

Mrs. Thelma Hawkins 

Mr. Si Mrs. W. T. Hawkins, Jr. 

Mr. Si Mrs. Walter Hawkins 

Mrs. George Haynes 

Mrs. Georgia Haynes 

Mr. 81 Mrs. Leon E. Haynes, Jr. 

Mr. Si Mrs. John R. Hazell 

Mr. John Hennerson 

Mrs. Marinda Hill 

Miss Hazel Hilliard 

Mr. Sj Mrs. Charles K. Hinton 

Mr. Ivory Hodges 

Mr. William Hodnett 

Mr. Si Mrs. Erving Hoggany, Sr. 

Mr. Si Mrs. George H. Hogge 



patrons 



Mr. John Hogue 
Mr. David Holley 
Mr. Franklin Holley 
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Holloway 
Mrs. Paul Hughes 
Mrs. Rebecca Hughes 
Mrs. Roberta Hunley 
Miss Harriett Hurdle 
Mrs . Mary E . Hurdle 
Mr. William Hurdle 
Mrs. Beulah D. Hutchinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Hyman 

Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson 

Mr. & Mrs. Gus Jackson, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Jackson 

Mr. &Mrs. Alnora James 

Mr. & Mrs. D. James, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Earnest James 

Mr. & Mrs. Shephard James 

Mr. James A. Jefferson 

Mrs . Joycelean Jeffery 

Mr. & Mrs. Eric Jenkins 

Mr. & Mrs. Harris O. Jennings 

Mrs. Roberta Jennings 

Mrs . Mae Jernigan 

Mr. & Mrs. John Johns 

Mr . & Mrs . Clyde Johnson 

Mrs. EmmaK. Johnson 

Mrs. Myrtle Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Obadiah Johnson 

Mrs. Versie Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. William Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Jones 

Miss Palmeda Jones 

Rev. & Mrs. W. P. Jones 

Mr. W. W. Jones, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Waverly Jones, Sr. 

Mr. William T. Jones 

Miss Bertha W. Joyner 

Mr. Inez Joyner 

Mrs. Eva Joyner 

Mr. &Mrs. Elijah Jones 

Mr. Albert Joyner 

Mr. Forest Jones 

Mr. &Mrs. Leander Kellam 
Mrs. Dora B. Knox 
Mr. & Mrs. William Kent 
Mrs. Maggie Kettrell 



Mr. B. A. King 
Mr. Bernard King 
Mrs. Isabelle M. King 
Mrs. Loretta Knight 
Mrs. Phyllis C. Knight 
Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Knight 
Mrs . Geoeva Knox 
Miss Joanna Knox 
Mrs. Viola Knox 

Mr. Lang-horn 

Mrs. Dizzer Lawrence 

Mr. Harvey Lawrence 

Mrs . Mary Lawrence 

Mrs. Mary Lawrence 

Mrs. Mattie C. Lawrence 

Mr. & Mrs. Russell Lawrence 

Mr. William Lawrence 

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Lawson 

Mrs. Ellen V. Leaks 

Mr. Lenard Lee 

Mrs. Pearl Lewis 

Mr. & Mrs. Wilbert Lewis 

Mr. Melvin R. Lindsey 

Miss Rosa Logan 

Mrs. RuthM. Lonesome 

Mrs. Sarah Lowery 

Mrs. Carrie Lundy 

Mr. & Mrs. Jefferson Lundy 

Mr. Jefferson Lundy 

Mr. & Mrs. Howard Macer 

Mr. Joseph Malloy 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Mason 

Mrs. Vivian G. Mason 

Miss Beulah McCoy 

Mrs. Marjorie McCoy 

Mrs. Mary McNeil 

Miss Renee McNeill 

Miss Janette McPherson 

Mr. & Mrs. Alolphus McWilliams 

Mr. Allan Miller 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Miller 

Mr. Waverly Mills 

Mrs. Mary Minns 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Morgan 

Mr. & Mrs. CM. Morgan, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Morgan 

Rev. & Mrs. E. E. Morgan 

Miss Emily Morgan 



patrons 



Mr. & Mrs. William J. Morgan, Sr. 

Mrs. Hester Moore 

Mr. & Mrs. Isiah Morris 

Mrs. Madeline Morris 

Mrs. Martha Morris 

Mr. McKinley Morris 

Mr. Allen Mosley 

Mr. & Mrs. Willis Mosley 

Mr. & Mrs. Hill Moss 

Mrs. Dolly Munden 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold Munden 

Mr. Walter Munden 

Mr. Frederick Munford 



Mrs. Doris W. Nance 

Miss Barbara A. Neal 

Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Neal 

Mr. Clarence F. Nelson, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence F. Nelson, 

Mr. Frank Newsome 

Miss Mollie Nimmo 

Mr. &Mrs. Leonidas Northern 

Mrs. Virginia Olds 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Otis 
Mr. Judge T. Overby 
Mrs. Isabelle Overton 
Mrs. Jestine Overton 
Miss Antionette Owens 
Mrs. Catherine Owens 
Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Owens 
Mrs. Ollie Owens 
Mr. & Mrs. Owens 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Pace 

Mr. Charles C. Pace 

Mr. Manuel Palmer 

Mrs. Bernice D. Parham 

Mrs. Amy Parker 

Mrs. Sarah Parker 

Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Parson 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Patillo 

Capt. & Mrs. Horace Patrick 

Mr. Frank Pegram 

Mrs. Janette Perkins 

Mr. & Mrs. Hubert H. Perry 

Miss R. A. Perry 

Mr. & Mrs. Warren Phelps 

Mr. Clyde S. Phillips 

Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Pinckney 



Mr. 
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Mr. 
Mrs 
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Dr. 



Moses Powers 

& Mrs . Albert Poyner 

Frances Pretlow 

. Florence Price 

& Mrs . Shelton Price 

& Mrs . Oliver Proctor 

. Pansy Rambeau 

Fred Randolph 

, Bernadine Rasberry 

& Mrs . Tillman Rasberry 

Milton S. Reid, Sr. 

Roy A. Reid 

Roy Rials 

A. L. Richard 

Jessie Richard 
M. Frances Richardson 
Doris Riddick 
Elie Riddick 
& Mrs. Samuel Ridley 
Jacquetta P. Robinson 
& Mrs. Howard Rudd 
Aaron Russell 
& Mrs. Clarence Russell, Jr, 
& Mrs. Clarence Russell, Sr. 
& Mrs. Edward Russell 
Lloyd Russell 



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Mr. 

Mrs. 

Mrs. 

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Mr. 

Mrs. 

Mr. Clyde Siler 

Mrs. Clyde Siler 

Mrs. Nancy Sills 

Mrs. Walter Simpson 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Smith 

Miss Barbara Smith 

Miss Carolyn Smith 

Mrs. Catherine Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Smith 

Mrs. Evelyn W. Smith 

Mr. Harry Smith 

Mr. James Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. James Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Jesse A. Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Jesse B. Smith 

Mrs. Juanita Smith 



Alvin Sanderlin 

Lelia Sanderlin 

Annabell Scarborough 
& Mrs. George Scott 
& Mrs . Robert C . Setzer 

Eliza Shaw 



patrons 



Mrs. Mable Smith 

Mrs. Mary Smith 

Mrs. Thelma Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Snowden 

Mrs. Ruth Snowden 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Sparrow, Sr. 

Mrs. Shirley W. Stancil 

Mr. William Stancil 

Mr. Kernard Staton 

Mrs . Louise Steed 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry G. Stephens 

Mr. George M. Sutton 

Mrs . Molly Taylor 

Mr. Lora Terry 

Mrs. Leitha Tillery 

Mrs. Turmiller Timmson 

Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Tolentino, Jr, 

Mr. Pauline Toliver 

Mrs. Lillian Trotman 

Mrs. Florence Turner 

Mr. & Mrs. James Tynes, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Herman Valentine 
Mr. Herman Valentine 
Mr. & Mrs. Antinonia Vastano 
Miss Virginia Vincent 

Mrs. H. W. Walker 

Mr. Sidney Wallace 

Mrs. O. W. Walston 

Mrs. A.J. Walton 

Miss Susie Walton 

Mr. & Mrs. Washington Ward 

Mr. & Mrs. Troy Warren 

Mrs. Dollie Watson 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Weston 

Mrs. Josephine Whaff 

Mr. Eley White 

Mrs. Wlizabeth White 

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore White 

Mrs. Ruth Whitney 

Mrs. Ethel Wiggins 

Mrs. Hattie Wiggins 

Mr. K. H. Wilder 

Mrs. Daisy Williams 



Mr. Freddie Williams 

Mr. Lee Williams 

Mrs. Leola Williams 

Mr. Lloyd Williams 

Mrs. Marie Williams 

Mrs. Maxine Williams 

Mr. N. G. Williams 

Mrs. Sadie Williams 

Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Williams 

Mr. William H. Williams 

Mrs. Bernice Willie 

Mrs. Jennie Willie 

Miss Tommie Willie 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Willis 

Mr. James Wills 

Mr. & Mrs. George B. Wilson 

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert C. Wilson 

Mr. Melvin Wilson 

Mr. &Mrs. Riley B. Wilson 

Mrs. S. R. Wilson 

Mr. Thaddeus Wilson, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. William Wilson 

Mr. Lucius C. Winder, Sr. 

Mr. A. H. Woodhouse 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Woodhouse 

Mrs. Rachel Woodhouse 

Mr. & Mrs. Lennard Wright 

Mr. Roy Wright 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest D. Anthony 

Mrs. Rachel Brown 

Mrs . Margaret Davis 

Mrs. Annie M. Forbes 

Mr. Dennis L. Harvey 

Mrs. Emma Harvey 

Mrs. Georgia M. Knox 

Mrs. Sarah Knox 

Mrs. Ada V. Miller 

Mrs. Connie L. Miller 

Mr. Kenneth L. Miller 

Mrs. Inez Williams 

Mrs. Eddie Everett 

Mrs. William Hambury 

Mr. Charles C. Pace, Jr. 

Mrs. Sam Snowden 



Raymond Davis 
Leroy Woodhouse 
James White 
Aaron Russell 
Kenneth Holloway 

Rufus Tabron 
Zan Owens 
Linwood Robinson 
Thomas Hyman 
Herman Haynes 
Gregory Kiah 
Clarence Nelson, Jr. 
Michael William 
Rufus Goffigan 
Thomas Hyman 
Raymond Stith 

Milton Wright 
Jackie Hill 

James Palmer 
Vernon Ferebee 
James Snowden 
Robert Willie 
Oliver Morgan 
Carey Jones 
Maurice Harold 
* Ronnie Hyman 
Harry Robinson 



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Most Attractive Girl 

Quietest 

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Most Poetic 

Tallest 

Shortest 

Most Ambitious 

Most All -Around 

Most Popular 

Slimmest 

Stoutest 

Most Reliable 

Most Lady -Like 

Most Gentlemen 

Neatest 

Most Comical 
Class Chewer 
Most Poised 
Slowest 
Best Dressed 
Most Dramatic 
Class Procrastinator 
Class Prevaricator 
Most Likely to Succeed 



Bernice Cornick 
Joyce Walker 
June King 
Jean Jones 

Raba Bass 
Regina Graham 
Prezillia Elliott 
Deloris Rudd 
Evelyn Pace 
Eula Gregory 
Gladys Hoggany 
Laurice Malbon 
Gayle Cheeks 
Selma Thomas 
Marionette Tillery 
Jacqueline Carter 
Marilyn Lewis 

April King 
Wilhemena Cornick 
Marvenia Allmond 
Patricia Knight 
Mary Knight 
Maria Gordon 
Barbara Parker 
Patricia Ferebee 
Claretha Ashby 
Shirley Goodman 



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