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THE TIGER 




1968 

UNION KEMPSVILLE 
HIGH SCHOOL 



Virginia Beach, Virginia 

"World's Largest Resort City" 



Sylvia Brown, Homecoming Queen, 
1967-68, won her honor by combining 
her ability to be both studious and "nice 
to be around." 




Mr. Willis 
crowns Sylvia, 
"Miss Homecoming, 
1967-68, in im- 
pressive ceremony 
held in the school 
gymnasium , 




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Sylvia pauses at her locker to be 
sure that she's ready for the next class. 





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It's a cinch that Honor Students 
achieve that status by just plain hard 
work: Pictured are E. Foreman, C. 
Jones, C. Holly, D. Peebles, L. Butts 
and C. Floyd. 





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"Helping Hands" 

These students relieve instructors of 
a great many tedious duties by being of- 
fice helpers, library assistants and hos- 
tesses in the Home Economics Depart- 
ment. 

Left are Gloria Macer, Barbara Hog- 
gard, Eula Bryant; Bottom left are Dawn 
Holmes, Frances Griffin; Bottom right 
are Barbara Boyd and Barbara Holloman . 




"Busy, Busy Days" 

Pounding the keys, assembling the 
school annual, enjoying lunch hour and 
doing research for that all -important 
term paper --one can't say that a day is 
ever dull here at U.K. 





In spite of opinions to the contrary, 
students are really serious, "n'est-ce 
pas". 







TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Administration & Faculty 

Seniors 

Underclassmen 

Activities & Organization 

Athletics 

Advertising 



Geography isn't so terrible when you 
put your mind to it . . . 





. . . and even General Math holds 
the attention of those who concentrate 




. . . but Geometry has "spirit, " and 
must be fun if the expressions here are 
typical. 





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J.V.B. DAY 




"In Appreciation of ... " 

Mrs. E. Smith and Mr. R. L. Gordon commend Mr. Joseph V . Boykin, Principal, 
on the occasion of "J.V.B. Day. " 

Pictured below are Mr. E. E. Brickell, newly appointed Superintendent, Rev. H. 
C. Benjamin, Mrs. Boykin, Mr. Boykin, Joseph, Jr., Mr. M. P. Strickler, Assistant 
Superintendent, and Mr. R. L. Gordon, Master of Ceremonies . 




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"Smile --You're on Candid Camera." 

Faculty members caught off guard- -just being 
themselves --make interesting subjects. 



Mr. Boykin poijrs punch and appears to 
enjoy it. 




Overdue fines are carefully recorded by Mrs. J. 
Robinson. 



So this must be the exam she's preparing, eh, Mrs. 
Edwards? 





Candid camera man, John Robinson, is himself caught off-guard Mr. Siler believes that a cigar makes him 
here with Mr. Hassell. look distinguished. 

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FACULTY 




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FROLICS 




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TEACHER OF THE YEAR 



Mrs. Ruby L. Allen 
'U.K.'S FAVORITE TEACHER FOR '67' 



Each year, the OPTIMIST CLUB of 
Virginia Beach honors a teacher, 
chosen by the student body of his or her 
particular school, as "Teacher of The 
Year." 

The student body at U.K. bestowed 
this honor upon Mrs . Ruby L . Allen for 
1967. 

Mrs . Allen was chosen for her bub- 
bly personality, her patience, her dil- 
igence with any school -wide project, 
and particularly for her outstanding 
work with the school chorus . 




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A little known fact about our principal, Mr. 
J. V. Boy kin, is that he was Broad Jump 
Champion while at Shaw University where he 
received his B.S. Degree in English and His- 
tory . He was awarded the Master of Science 
Degree in School Administration and Super- 
visor from Hampton Institute. 

An avid gardener, Mr. Boykin is also very 
active in civic and church affairs . He was 
most instrumental in securing membership 
for U.K. in the Southern Association of High 
Schools and Colleges . 



Mr. J. V. Boykin, Principal 



ADMINISTRATION 



Mr. C. A. Willis, Assistant Principal 



MR. CHARLES WILLIS wears two hats at 
U.K., serving in the two capacities of Assist- 
ant Principal & Instructor of Science . 

Mr. Willis earned his Bachelor's Degree 
from A & T University, and has done further 
study at Peabody College, Univ. of Va., Nor- 
folk State, Va. State and Hampton Institute. 

Mr. Willis enjoys traveling when he isn't 
in school. 



Not Shown: Mr. J. W. Robbins, Jr. 
Principal in Charge of Instruction. 



Assistant 




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MRS. L. H. CARTER is an ardent traveler, 
having journeyed as far North as Canada and 
as far West as California. 

Chairman of the Social Studies Department, 
Mrs. Carter received both the A.B. and M.A. 
Degrees from Hampton Institute. 



Mrs. L. H. Carter 



SOCIAL STUDIES 



Reading and playing cards are the favorite 
pastime activities of MRS, ANITA A. THOMAS. 

She attended Morgan State College where 
she earned the A.B. Degree in History. 



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During his leisure time you may find MR. 
AMOS J. WHITEHURST engaged in or spectat- 
ing sports. For quieter relaxation, he enjoys 
reading. 

New on the U.K. faculty, Mr. Whitehurst 
received his degree in Social Science from 
Norfolk State College . 



Mr. A. J. Whitehurst 



DEPARTMENT 



Mr. W. J. Watson 



MR. WILLIAM J. WATSON is so involved 
in the task of teaching that he rarely has time 
for leisurely pursuits . 

Well -qualified in his field, Mr. Watson was 
awarded the A.B. Degree at Virginia State 
College and earned his M.A. Degree and 
Professional Diploma at Columbia University. 




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MISS HATTIE L, GOODMAN spends her 
spare time producing and directing plays in 
the school auditorium where she puts her dra- 
matic talents to work. She also likes to read 
and travel . 

Miss Goodman received her A.B. Degree in 
English from St. Ausgustine's College and her 
M.A. Degree from Hampton Institute. 



Miss H. L. Goodman 



ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 



Mrs. E. W. Smith 




Beautification, fine arts and flower arrang- 
ing are avocations of MRS. EVELYN W. 
SMITH. 

A stickler for correct grammar, Mrs . 
Smith received her B.S. Degree in Education 
from Virginia Union University. 



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Morris Brown College, Atlantic University 
and the University of Va. are all called "Alma 
Mata" by MRS. ALICE A. DURGAN. Mrs. 
Durgan hold the A.B. Degree in Education. 

When her busy schedule permits, Mrs. 
Durgan reads or sews for sheer enjoyment 
and relaxation. 





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Bowling, singing and Pinochle --all loves of 
MRS. BERNADINE A. RASBERRY. Mrs. Ras- 
berry's Bachelor's Degree was awarded in 
English by Va. Union University and her Mas- 
ter's Degree by Hampton Institute. 

Mr. R. C. Setzer 



Mrs. B. A. Rasbeny 



An enthusiastic fan of most outdoor and in- 
door sports, MR. ROBERT C. SETZER is also 
a member of U.K.'s coaching staff. 

His B. A. Degree in English was awarded by 
Virginia State College . 




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A man on the go is MR. RODNEY H. 
GREENE. Mr. Greene is a dedicated teacher 
who also loves cars . 

He received the B.S. Degree in Business 
Administration from Virginia State College 
and has done advanced work in the field of 
Mathematics. 



Mr. R. Greene 



Mr. J. L. Haines 



MATHEMATICS 




MR. JOHN LYMAN HAINES doesn't believe 
in total idleness, and so he entered the teach- 
ing profession after his retirement from the 
United State Navy. His naval training was re- 
ceived at the U.S. Naval Academy where he 
earned a B.S. Degree in Naval Science. 

Our retired Naval officer --turned teacher-- 
enjoys golfing and painting for relaxation . 



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MISS OLIVE F. DAUGHTRY has been solv- 
ing puzzles and entering contests for fun. We 
haven't heard of a "win" yet, but she enjoys 
competing. 

Mathematical puzzles are her favorite, 
naturally . 

Miss Daughtry is a graduate of Virginia 
Union University. 




Miss O. F. Daughtry 



DEPARTMENT 



Mr. E. Smith 



Bachelor MR . EDWARD SMITH has plenty 
of time for reading, fishing and playing bil- 
liards, all of which he enjoys greatly. 

Another mathematics pro, Mr. Smith is a 
graduate of Norfolk State College where he 
earned the B . S . Degree in Math . 




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The school chorus has been on the receiv- 
ing end of numerous honors and awards for 
their grand performances under the capable 
direction of Mrs. Ruby L. Allen. In addition 
to the mixed chorus, she directs the Key 
Notes . 

Mrs . Allen attended the Norfolk Division of 
Virginia State College, and received her B.S. 
Degree in Public School music from Virginia 
State College in Petersburg. 

When Mrs . Allen isn't busy performing 
with the school chorus, she can be found 
dabbling in paint, or in photography, reading, 
sewing or knitting. 






Mrs. R. L. Allen, Choir Director 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT 



Mr. Roy A. Reid 
Band Director 



MR. ROY A REID is a "do-it-yourself-man, 
and loves to tinker around with automobiles . 

His interest in music runs the gamut --from 
Jazz to the 14th Century Classics . 

Virginia State College is the school he 
calls "Alma Mater." 




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MRS. JEAN O. SILER organized the Busi- 
ness Education Department at U. K. after 
receiving her B.S. Degree in Business Edu- 
cation from Virginia State College. 

Away from the classroom, Mrs. Siler 
spends her free hours reading, growing 
flowers or playing bridge . 




Mrs. J. O. Siler 



BUSINESS EDUCATION 



Mrs. L. H. Reid 




MRS. LOUISE H. REID stays in trim by 
dancing and swimming- -For quieter re- 
laxation she enjoys reading, listening to music, 
and playing the piano . 

Mrs. Reid holds the B.S. Degree in Busi- 
ness Education from Virginia State College. 



Mrs . Sudie Reed 
Student Teacher 
Business Education 
Norfolk State 
College . 




Mrs. Sudie Reed 



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MR. JOHN L. PERRY has combined his 
hobbies with his work. A person who lives 
with his chemistry and physics, Mr. Perry 
works on radios and in electronics during his 
spare time. 

He has done extensive work in his field at 
American Youth University and at Penn State 
U. where he received his Masters Degree. 



Mr. J. L. Perry, Chairman 



SCIENCE 



Mrs. J. C. Griffin 



MRS. JOYCE C. GRIFFIN believes that 
studying can be as relaxing as playing and so 
has spent several summers studying at The 
College of William and Mary, Hampton In- 
stitute, University of Virginia, and City 
College of New York. She received her B.S. 
Degree from Saint Paul's College. 

She also enjoys reading for pleasure and 
spends some time sewing. 




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A great believer in the adage, "A dog is a 
man's best friend, " MR. QUENTIN D. OWEN, 
spends his time away from the classroom 
romping with his thoroughbreds, who often 
accompany him on his hunting trips --another 
of his favorite pastimes . But enjoying his vo- 
cation as much as his avocation, Mr. Owen 
teaches science with the same enthusiasm as 
he puts into his hobbies. 

Mr. Owen received his training at V . P. I. 
where he was awarded the B.S . Degree in 
Engineering and Sociology. 




Mr. Q. D. Owen 



DEPARTMENT 



Mr. C. L. Harvin 




Card games, swimming and entertaining 
for his friends are favorite past -times and a 
part of the personality of MR. CHARLES L, 
HARVIN, SR., who also is one of the best 
coaches U.K. has ever had. 

Mr. Harvin attended Maryland State 
College where he received the B.S. Degree in 
Physical Education and Biology . 



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Mrs. LEOLA T. COLES, a graduate of 
State Teachers College, Elizabeth City with 
a B.S. Degree in Elementary Education, stud- 
ied History and English. She has done further 
study in the area of Special Education at the 
University of Virginia. 

She enjoys reading and singing in her 
spare time. 




SPECIAL EDUCATION 



MRS. OLA P. CORPREW loves the quiet 
life and so usually sews to relax. 

Mrs. Corprew holds the B.S. Degree in El- 
ementary Education from Virginia State 
College. She has also studied at Hampton In- 
stitute . 



MRS. OLA P. CORPREW 
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An active, vivacious personality, MRS. 
MATTIE B. PATTERSON travels, performs 
with the local amateur group, swims, enjoys 
dancing, and, in a quieter view, reads. 

The Spanish language is her true love, and 
most of her class room conversations are in 
that language . 

Mrs . Patterson has studied at North Car- 
olina College, University of Pennsylvania and 
ODC. She holds a B.A. Degree. 




Mrs. M. B. Patterson 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES 




MRS. BERNICE GREENE simply doesn't 
have time for hobbies as she is kept very busy 
raising two sons . 

Her degree in French and English was 
earned at Roasevelt College . She has done 
further study at Chicago Teacher's College 
and the University of Oregon. She has also 
spent a summer in Paris, France "to better 
learn the language . " 



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Mr. C. I. Siler 



Mr. J. Darden, Jr. 



PHYSICAL 



MR. CLYDE I. SILER, Chairman 
of the Health and Physical Educa- 
tion Department is week-end 
angler. Trout, bass, spot, cat- 
fish- -anything that will bite, he 
reels in . 

A graduate of Johnson C . Smith 
University, Mr. Siler teaches Driver 
Education and Health & Physical Ed- 
ucation . 



MR . JOSHUA DARDEN, JR . , Head 
Football Coach, was a star athlete 
himself in both high school and col- 
lege . 

A graduate of Norfolk State Col- 
lege, where he earned the Bachelor 
of Science Degree in Health and 
Physical Education, Mr. Darden is 
a stickler for absolute physical fit- 
ness. He spends his free time tin- 
kering with automobiles . 




Student Teachers 



Left: Mrs. Thelma S. White 
Right: Mr. Charles Williams 



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Mrs. R. C. Edwards 



Mr. J. Goss 



EDUCATION 



MRS. ROSAC. EDWARDS, a 
native of Hollywood, Florida and a 
graduate of Florida A & M Univer- 
sity, loves participating in sports 
as much as she does being a spec- 
tator. 

Mrs . Edwards coaches the 
Cheering Squad, the Tennis Team 
and instructs the Modern Dance 
Group . 



MR. JUDGE GOSS, Athletic Di- 
rector and Health and Physical Ed- 
ucation instructor, holds the A.B. 
Degree in H & PE from Texas Col- 
lege . He has done further study at 
Virginia State College and the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. 



Norfolk State College 

Left: Mr. Richard "Pop" Pitts 
Right: Mr. David Cromwell 




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Mrs. M. B. Brockett 
Counselor 



Mrs. K. C. Bentley 
Counselor 



GUIDANCE 



Mr. R. L. Gordon 
Head Counselor 



MRS. MARY B. BROCKETT holds the B.S. 
Degree from Shaw University and the M.S. 
Degree from Virginia State College . She en- 
joys working in the soil, and is somewhat of 
an expert in Horticulture . 

MRS. KATHRYNE C. BENTLEY is a grad- 
uate of Landers College and the University of 
Richmond where she received the A.B. and 
M.S. Degrees, respectively. Flowers and 
needlework are leisure-time pursuits. 

MR . ROBERT L . GORDON is known the 
area over for his gourmet cooking. His 
dishes are truly a work of art . 

Mr. Gordon graduated from Clark College 
in Georgia and received his M.S. Degree ' 
from Virginia State College. 




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MRS. FREDRICA R. BALLARD likes to 
read good books and take in good siiows--on 
television and on the legitimate stage. 

Mrs . Ballard studied Home Economics 
Education and Science; and she earned both 
the B.S. and M.S. Degrees at South Carolina 
State College in Orangeburg, South Carolina. 



Mrs. F. R. Ballard 



VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



Mr. H. L. Valentine 



MR . HERMAN L . VALENTINE trains "til - 
lers of the soil . " 

A major in Agriculture, he received his 
B.S. Degree in that field from Virginia State 
College in Petersburg . 




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In addition to teaching classes in Drafting 
I, II, III and IV, MR . JOSEPH R . HASSELL 
also teaches Mathematics and General Sci- 
ence. 

Mr. Has sell was awarded the B.S. Degree 
from Virginia State College and has done fur- 
ther study at Hampton Institute and Union Uni- 
versity. 

Mr. Hassell is a real angler, but enjoys 
playing bridge when he cannot get to the fish- 
ing piers . 



Mr. J. R. Hassell 



INDUSTRIAL 



Mr. A. H. Woodhouse 



Another one who has been bitten by the 
"fishing bug" is MR. ALEXANDRE H. WOOD- 
HOUSE . 

An Industrial Arts instructor in the area of 
Woods, Mr. Woodhouse received the B.S. 
Degree from Virginia State College in Peters- 
burg. 




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MR . HARRY LEE ROBINSON formerly 
taught Agriculture at U.K., but for the past 
few years has been placing and supervising 
students in the Industrial Co-operative Train- 
ing Program . 

He received both his B.S. and M.S. De- 
grees from Virginia State College in Peters- 
burg. 

When Mr. Robinson isn't busy with civic 
activities, he enjoys playing cards. 




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A newcomer to the faculty at Union Kemps - 
ville, MR. CLIFTON C. FARRAR also works 
trainees of the Industrial Co-operative Train- 
ing Program . 

A graduate of Agricultural and Technical 
College in Greensboro with a Bachelor of Sci- 
ence Degree in Agricultural Education and 
Economics, Mr. Farrar enjoys music, par- 
ticularly singing, as a hobby. 



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MRS. SARAH W . REID finds teaching Cor- 
rective Reading particularly enjoyable as 
reading is her favorite pastime. 

A graduate of Elizabeth City State College 
where she was awarded the B.S. Degree, 
Mrs . Reid has done further study at the Nor- 
folk Division of Virginia State College and at 
Old Dominion College. 



Mrs. S. W. Reid 



READING 



Mrs. M. S- Freeman 



It could be said that MRS. MITILDA S. 
FREEMAN never takes a holiday as she also 
spends her leisure time reading. 

Mrs . Freeman has done graduate study at 
Columbia University where she earned the 
degree of Master of Arts . 




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Formerly a teacher in the elementary 
schools of Virginia Beach, MRS. RUBY M. 
RIDDICK, came to U.K. two years ago as a 
Corrective Reading instructor. 

Mrs. Riddick received her B,S. Degree 
from the Norfolk Division of Virginia State 
College, but has done extensive studying in 
the area of corrective reading. 

Mrs . Riddick enjoys her work as much as 
she does her hobby --gardening. 




Mrs. R. M. Riddick 



Mrs. J. P. Cleary 




All the way across the country comes 
MRS. JANE P. CLEARY, who is a native of 
the state of California and a graduate of the 
University of the Pacific . 

Mrs. Cleary majored in Elementary Edu- 
cation and Art and still spends a good deal of 
time with her art interests. In addition to 
sketching, she finds time to relax while sew- 
ing. 



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MRS. JACQUETTA P. ROBINSON calls Vir- 
ginia State College in Pitersburg "Alma Mata. 
Holding a Bachelor of Science Degree in Li- 
brary Science, she formerly worked as li- 
brarian in the Norfolk City School System be- 
fore coming to U.K. 

Mrs. Robinson likes to travel, enjoys 
reading and relaxes by the television. 



Mrs. Jacquetta P. Robinson 



Miss Dadie J. Capps 



MISS DADIE J. CAPPS wears many hats. A 
graduate of Hampton Institute, she teaches 
speeches and art. Miss Capps has directed 
both speech and drama groups at U.K., and 
has herself appeared in dramatic presenta- 
tions . 




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Mrs. Velma Haynes 

Head Clerk 

Office of the Principal 

Mrs. Haynes enjoys reading when she finds 
the time away from her tasks as housewife and 
mother. 

She holds a certificate in Secretarial Sci- 
ence from Norfolk Division of Virginia State 
College. 




CLERKS 



Mrs. Bernette Gregory 

Clerk 

Office of the Principal 



Mrs . Gregory likes to do nothing better 
than to read poetry . She attended Norfolk 
Division, Virginia State College. 




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Mrs. Ruby G. Moore 

Clerk 

Office of Administrative Assistants 



MRS, MOORE attended the Norfolk Division 
of Virginia State College where she received a 
certificate in Secretarial Science . 

Her favorite pastimes are as follow: Read- 
ing, and window shopping. 



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CLERKS 




Mrs. R. Canulla T. Martin 

Clerk 

Guidance Department 



MRS. MARTIN is currently working toward 
a degree in Special Education at the Norfolk 
Division of Virginia State College, but finds 
time to read and paint for relaxation. 






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Lillie Beary 




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Bobby Anthony 




Margie Baxter 





Randolph Christian 




Rosa Boone 



Kenneth Boggs 



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Jackie Bowe 




David Brown 




Barbara Boyd 




Annie Brodanax 





James Williams 




Willie Brown 



Sylvia Brown 



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Eula Bryant 




Deloris Burgess 





Linda Butts 




Sylvia Butts 



Joyce Cason 





Lloyd Cooper 



Larry Christian 



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Clarence Cornick 




Charlie Davis 




Ruby Cornick 




Charles Daughtry 





Ernestine Coston 




Cheryl Dildy 



Van Davis 



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Jocelyn Edwards 




Carolyn Floyd 




Jeannette Etheridge 




Shirley Eure 








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Alfonzo Eure 




Anderson Freeman 



Carolyn Franklin 



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Sarah Ferebee 




Gloria Freeman 





Rosetta Freeman 




Tyrone Freeman 



Bernell Gatlin 





Bettie Gregory- 



Evelyn Gray 



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Ernest Gregory 




Frances Griffin 






Raymond Harold 



Vernetta Harold 





Frances Hawkins 



Carolyn Harris 



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Milton Haines 




Dawn Holmes 




Joyce Hawkins 




Barbara Hoggard 





Hattie Hinton 




Levander Hughes 



Willie HoUoman 



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Ann I very 




Micheal Knight 




Tom James 






Bertha Johnson 




Rudolph Lewis 



Charlie Lawrence 



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Howard Macer 




James Nimmo 




Jackie Miles 




Judy Mumford 





David Mitchell 




Kenneth Owens 



Cornell Owens 



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Sandra Owens 




Jay Phillips 





Percy Phillips 




Forestine Price 





Ida Roberts 



Brenda Riddick 



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John Robertson 





Rufus Rouse 




Frank Simmons 



Terry Simmons 




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Annette Savage 




Robinette Smith 



Earl Smith 



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Vincent Steed 



Yvonne Snowden 





Robert Stevenson 




Jiles Stiff 



Lovel Toran 





Curtis White 



Vivian Tyler 



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Barbara Williams 




Curtis Wilson 




George Williams 






Joyce Williams 




Jacob Woodhouse 



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Gloria Dozier 





Arthur Morris 




Joseph Smith 



Minnie Wiggins 





Bryan Nelson 




Roger Wright 



Bessie Worlds 



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Principal's Message 



Felicitations to the graduates for successfully achieving a 
major objective of secondary education. It is hoped that your 
recent experiences will enable you to face the issues, and 
accept the challenges that lie ahead. 

To the loyal, faithful, and understanding parents of this 
class of 1968, I congratulate you. The sacrifices you have 
made to assist these graduates in their achievements are 
invaluable . 

Throughout their ever-present quest for intellect at Union 
Kempsville High School, the graduates have received the 
final touches of a widely experienced and competent faculty . 
With masterful strokes and perseverance, another citizen is 
born, bred, and sent forth to spread his light to the world . 
But the far-reaching results of the teacher's work remain to 
be assayed by the future . 

Nostalgia visits us all and we would live once more the 
best years of our lives . You are invited to reminisce and 
retrace precious memories of steps to a happy ending. Here- 
in is recorded high lights of the fleeting moments of your 
high school days . May they serve as cherishing links between 
you and your beloved friends at Union Kempsville High School, 
your alma mater . 

J . V . Boykin, Principal 



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CLASS HISTORY 



"MEMORIES" 

Three hundred fifty seven eager, frightened and slightly bewildered young 8th grad- 
ers entered the doors of Union Kempsville in September of 1963. None of us knew what 
to expect, nor what was expected of us . 

But we learned quickly, and some of us soon became actively affiliated with the 
school's organizations by joining the school choir, band, the Student Council, and var- 
ious departmental clubs; while still others of us made our mark with the athletic pro- 
gram or brought recognition to the school by participating in and winning ribbons and 
awards at the Science and Math Conference or other scholastic competitive ventures . 

In a city -wide art exhibit held at Pembroke Pall, Shirley Eure, Yvonne Snowden and 
Anderson Freeman distinguished themselves by winning awards for their special art 
entries . 

Jackie Bowe and Ann Ivery represented U.K. at the Optimist Club's annual dinner 
honoring outstanding teen-agers in the area. 

Tyrone Freeman and Carlos Wilson have become Tidewater celebrities of a sort 
by their frequent appearances on a local television program, "Youth Questions and 
Answers. " 

This Senior Class also boasts of 5 four -letter men--Lewis Floyd, Houston Bailey, 
Bryan Nelson, Willie HoUoman and Frank Simmons. And Earl Smith became the I9th 
basketball player in the district to hit the 1000 -points mark in a single season. 

It was our own Joyce Cason who placed first in the Senior Division of the Public 
Speaking Contest which was by the Virginia Beach 4-H Club, while Jeanette Etheridge 
scored high when she appeared in the I.C.T. Talent Program. 

We expect to hear great things of some of our classmates --especially those who 
in their senior year were chosen to be listed in WHO'S WHO, a national publication 
profiling outstanding seniors throughout the nation. 

We'll remember the impressive ceremony held in the school gymnasium at which 
Sylvia Brown was crowned "Miss Homecoming of 1967." We'll remember our trip to 
the General Assembly, the trip to Virginia State College in Petersburg for College 
Day, the Senior Parents' Tea, the Ring Ceremony, the Senior Play, Class Night --and 
most important. Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercises . 

Yes, the past is all History, but we hope that our five years at Union Kempsville 
will also prove to be the Prologue of great things to come . 

Jackie Bowe 

Linda Butts 

Class Historians 



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JUNIOR CLASS 



"The real essence of work 
is concentrated energy." 
--Walter Bagehot 




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Jimmy Anderson 



Houston Bailey 



Sylvia Bailey 



Stella Banks 






Floyd Beale 



Major Blount 



Kenneth Bowe Anthony Braithwaite 




V^ 





Mildred Brockett 



Bessie Brown 



Dorothy Brown 



Eileen Brown 




Audrey Caffee 



Ernest Caffee 



Lucy Cason 



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Flora Cason 



Brenda Cason 



Hester Cheathem 



Louis Cross 




A 




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Mary Cuffee 



Shelley Cuffee 



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Raymond Dally 




Dennis Davis 








Victor Davis 



Leverne Dildy 



Sherman Dozier 




Joseph Etheridge 



Douglas Evans 



Leon Carrjngton 



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Jestine Fitzgerald Wamell Fletcher 



Leon Flora 




ik 



Serafio Fontanilla 



Evone Foreman Elizabeth Franklin 




Paula Gardner 




Terry Gilchrist 





Alvin Gregory 



Annette Gregory 



iii. M. 




Willie Griffin 



Nelson Harper 



Albert Harold 



Alveeta Harold 



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Barbara Harris 



Edna Hawkins 



Joyce Herbert 



Calvin Hoggard 




Gwendolyn Hogue 




Barbara Holloman Juanita Holloway 



Oscar Hymons 




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Isolean Jackson 



Clayton Jones 



Matilda Jones 



Vivian Jones 




Gloria Macer 



Darlene Mason 



Sandra Mayfield 



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Wilton McCoy 



Linda Newborn Gloria Mitchell 






Wade Moring 



BRl^HiH m^tmM 



Clement Murphy Cynthia Murphy 



James Mitchell 




Shirley Olds 




Deborah Peebles La Verne Peebles Herman Phillips 





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Wickie Riggins 



Ronnie Rouse 



Phyllis Scott 



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Anthony Rotan 




Joyce Skinner 



Linwood Skinner 




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Dale Smith 





Shirley Smith 





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Gary Spence 




Gene Stevenson 



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Judith Stewart Jacqueline Taylor Jacqueline Trotman Donnette Washington 





Gary Watkins 



Dianne Wiggins 



Louise Willie 



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Louvenia Willie 



Nathaniel Willie Barbara Williams Gwendolyn Williams 





Maggie Williams Shirley Williams 



William Wilson 



Gloria Wood 



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SOPHOMORES 

CLASS 

OF 

70 



Sylvia Griffin 




Brenda Harold 



Janice Harper 




Gloria Hilliard 




Sincular Smith 



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B. Godfrey 
I. Goffigan 
D. Gregory 



F. Buttle 
N. Boone Jr. 
R. Bright 
J. Britt 



C. Brock 
W. Brock 
C. Bryant 
J. Cason 



E. Christian 
C. Conyers 
E. Cross 
L. Cuffee 



M. Davis 
E. Dillard 
C. Edmonds 
L. Fletcher 



W. Felton 
N. Floyd 
I. Forbes 
C. Forman 



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S. Harper 
R. Haynes 
D. Hassell 
R. Hawkine 



J. Hill 

D. Hines 
A. Hodnett 

E. Hoggany 



G. HoUoman 
E. Jackson 
R. James 
D. Johnson 



L. Johnson 
C. Jones 

C. Jones 

D. Jones 



B. Jordan 

V. Lawrence 

C. Lindsey 
R. Mc Clary 




P. McClee 
V. McCoy 
M. McKants 



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D. Rainey 
B. Riddick 
D. Riddick 



J. Mosley 
V. Mosley 
T. Murphy 
A. Nichols 



I. Nichols 
L. Nichols 
B. Olds 
R. Olds 



C. Owens 

F. Owens 

G. Owens 
G. Ownes 



L. Ownes 
N. Ownes 
S. Ownes 
L. Penn 



M. Plummer 
V. Price 
K. Privott 
P. Reid 



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R. Riddick 
S. Riddick 
J. Robertson 
R. Robinson 



D. Sanderson 
D. Sanderson 
R. Sanderson 
V. Sanderson 



V. Sanderson 
L. Shaw 
C. Smith 
L. Smith 



S. Smith 
M. Spence 
J. Stewart 
C. Swimpson 



Y. Thourogood 
C. Tabron 
M. White 
L. Willie 




K. Wills 
P. Winslow 
L. Yancey 



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J. Albritton 
L. Allen 
E. Askew 
A. Barham 



B. Barham 
B. Barham 
H. Barnes 
R. Beale 



W. Beale 
F. Blackshear 
C. Blount 
C. Bly 




CLASS 



C. Bly 

J. Braithwaite 
I. Brickhouse 
M. Brickhouse 
L. Brinkley 



N. Brite 
C. Bryant 
C. Bryant 
R. Bryant 
S. Burks 



D. Cason 
Y. Cason 
L. Cherry 
L. Conyers 
L. Cooper 



V. Cooper 
L. Creekmore 
D. Cuffee 
J. Dancy 
C. Davis 



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OF '71 



R. Etheridge 
V. Etheridge 
E. Fitzgerald 
L. Flora 
C. Foreman 



J. Foreman 
L. Fuller 
J. Gilchrist 
M. Gilchrist 
]. Goffigan 



C. Goings 
N. Gordon 
M. Gregg 
B. Griffin 
S. Harris 



C. Harrison 
E. Hawkins 
S. Haynes 
R. Highter 
G. James 



J. Davis 
K. Davis 
S. Davis 
C. Diggs 



C. Diggs 

D. Dildy 
S. Dildy 
F. Dillard 



J. Dozier 
J. Dunbar 
R. Edwards 
E. Elliott 




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S. Harold 
M. Hines 
N. Hodnett 
T. Hoggard 



R. Holloway 
E. Horton 
C. Humes 
J. Hurdle 



E. Jardan 
L. Johnson 
R. Johnson 
A. Joyner 




J. Joyner 
G. Keeling 
B. Kelly 
D. Knight 
G. Knox 



C. Lewis 
J. Lindsey 
S. McCoy 
N. Mitchell 
J. McPherson 



L. Morris 
M. Morris 
O. Mosley 
G. Mosley 
H, Olds 



V. Olds 
J. Palmer 
L. Penn 
N. Piatt 
E. Reeves 



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A. Riddick 



P. Ricks 



R. Robinson 



G. Sanderson 



T. Sanderson 



C. Skinner 



L. Tarbon 




D. Riddick 



R. Robertson 



C. Russell 



L. Sanderson 



H. Scott 



J. Skinner 



D. Wilson 



J. Hyman 
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CLASS 



A. Albritton 
W. Albritton 
D. Allen 
D. Anthony 



P. Babbs 
H. Banks 
D. Basnight 
D. Baxter 




B. Billups 

C. Boggs 
M. Boyd 

R. Brickhouse 
J. Bright 



J. Bright 
H. Britt 
R. Britt 
V. Britt 
J. Brockett 



J. Brown 

B. Bullock 
H. Burke 
W. Butts 

C. Caffee 



T Campbell 
D. Carrington 
C. Cuffee 
R. Dimston 
G. Everett 



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OF '72 



E. Cuffee 
E. Cuffee 
G. Dailey 
B. Davis 
R. Day 



R. Dildy 
R. Dildy 
T. Dozier 
P. Ebron 
L. Ellsworth 



O. Etheridge 
M. Evans 
Q. Felton 
H. Ferebee 
P. Ferebee 



J. Fitzgerald 
R. Flora 
L. Ford 
L. Floyd 
W. Floyd 



C. Godfrey 
3. Carter 
C. Cheatham 
B. Cherry 



C. Hagins 
C. Corprew 
M. Conquest 
E. Corprew 



D. Cox 

V. Corprew 
L. Creekmore 
J. Crumble 




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D. Freeman 
P. Freeman 
Y. Galloway 
B. Gay 



D. Gay 
C. Gilchrist 
S. Gilchrist 
T. Gilchrist 



R. Gist 
C. Gregory 
E. Gordon 
T. Gorham 




R. Hamelin 
R. Hawkins 
D. Hargrow 
B. Harold 
R. Harold 



T. Harold 
R. Hawkins 
P. Hill 
L. Hilliard 
R. Hilliard 



W. Hines 
L. Hinton 
P. Hodnet 
R. Hoggard 
S. Hoggard 



E. Hognett 
C. Holley 
L. Holloway 
E. Holmes 
V. Hughes 



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p. Jones 
R. Jones 
P. Jordan 
R. Jordan 
A. Joyner 



A. Knight 
C. Knox 
P. Land 
K. Lane 
J. Latham 



W. Latham 
L. Lawerce 
L. Linsey 
S. Lynch 
P. Lundy 



M. Mason 
M. Mills 

C. Mitchell 

D. McClary 
D. McCoy 



E. Humphries 
C. Hunter 
O. Hurdle 
E. James 



W. Johns 

B. Johnson 

C. Johnson 
C. Johnson 



D. Johnson 
H. Johnson 
R. Johnson 
K. Jones 




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E. McCoy 
M. Mitchell 
M. Mitchell 
K. Mitchell 



L. Mosley 
M. Olds 
T. Olds 
J. Owens 



M. Owens 
R. Owens 
E. Palmer 
M. Palmer 










S. Parker 
I. Penn 
R. Perry 
M. Phillips 
J. Phillips 



M. Phillips 
S. Pinckney 
E. Price 
C. Pritchard 
C. Pritchard 



J. Redmand 
V. Reids 
M. Riddick 
C. Roberts 
E. Roberts 



M. Robinson 
G. Rouhlac 
D. Rouse 
F. Wiggins 
L. Wiggins 



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E. Tann 
N. Tann 
E. Taylor 
M. Thomas 
L. Thorpe 



P. Thomas 
D. Turner 
P. Tyler 
L. Uzzle 
M. Vaughn 



W. Ward 
W. Watre 
M. Webster 
J. Whitehiu-st 
L. Whitehurst 



L. Whithurst 
R. Whitehurst 
W. Whitehurst 

C. Williams 

D. Williams 



P. Sanderlin 
A. Savage 
W. Sneed 
A. Smith 



B. Smith 
B. Smith 
J. Smith 
L. Smith 



V. Snowden 
J. Stevevson 
M. Stewart 
B. Tabran 




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H. Vaughan 
J. Waters 

D. Williams 

E. Williams 



M. Williams 
P. Williams 
P. Williams 
T. Williams 



R. Willie 
A. Wilson 
A. Wilson 
E. Wilson 



D. Wilson 
R. Wilson 
R. Wilson 
C. Winslow 




D. Worlds 
L. Worlds 
T. Wright 
R. Austin 






J. Campbell 
C. Goffigan 
L. Davis 
O. Davis 
P. Hamberry 



F. Hicks 
L. Johnson 
J. Cuffee 
E. Joseph 
L. Joseph 



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Throughout the year, THE STUDENT COUNCIL, under the sponsorship of Mrs. 
Bernadin A. Rasberry, perform services which prove to be invaluable to the total 
school program . 

To see to the orderly passing of classes and to check and keep traffic on the cor- 
ridors to a minimum during classes is one of the daily tasks performed by these . , 



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KEEPERS OF THE CORRIDORS 



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Left: Brenda Riddick and 
Eula Bryant check cor- 
ridor passes. 

Right: Frances Hawkins 
performs another Student 
Council duty- -keeping 
classes. 



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The LEDGER-STAR gave recognition to nine Union Kempsville students for aca- 
demic excellence for the school term 1967-68. 

Selection to the Tidewater Scholastic Team is focused on scholastic achievement 
and serves to pay tribute to the accomplishments of the exceptional student, as well 
as encourage other students to emulate this select group. 

Many of the 1967-68 Team are repeaters, having been selected for two or more 
semesters. 



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FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 



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SEATED: Deborah Peebles (6); Evone Foreman (5); Linda Butts (3); Carolyn Floyd (1). STANDING: Carolyn Smith 
(3); JoAnne Joyner (1); Ann Ivery (7); Ernest Jackson (4) and Linda Morris (1). 




The BACHELORS CLUB sponsored socials and a faculty basket- 
ball during the year to raise funds so that they could purchase foot- 
lockers for their graduating members. The footlockers will be pre- 
sented to those Bachelors who have been accepted at the college of 
their choice . 



MEMBERSHIP 
Facing page, SEATED: Richard Smith; Jesse David; Kenneth Bowe; Donald Mitchell; Clemment Murphy; Frank 
Simmons. STANDING: Mr. J. Whitehurst, Sponsor; Howard Mcer; Clarence Cornick; Lewis Floyd; Carlos Wilson; 
Bryan Nelson; Jacob Woodhoiose; Kenneth Boggs; Houston Bailey; Johnnie Drewitt, Mr. E. Smith, Mr. R. Greene, 
Sponsors. 



Preparing for a Well-Rounded Manhood 




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BACHELORS CLUB 



Officers 
SEATED: Richard Smith, Secretary; Clarence Cornick, Vice-President; Bryan Nelson, President; Jacob Wood- 
house, Treasurer. STANDING: Howard Macer, Sergeant- at- arms; Frank Simmons, Chaplain; Kenneth Bowe, 
Business Manager (Absent from picture). 



87 



The girls pictured below, having met 
with all the requirements of an aspiring 
Xino - -written a book report, an auto- 
biography, and participated in some 
worthwhile community project --are 
ready to display their industry, intel- 
ligence, diplomacy and resourcefulness 
as Xinos . 



Pictured below are (1st ROW) Linda Butts, Carolyn 
Harris, Peggy Ricks, Sheila Haynes, Syliva Dildy, 
Brenda Olds, Carol Edmonds, Eileen Brown; (2nd 
ROW) Charlene Hughes, Donna Cason, Shirley Davis, 
Cheyenne Lewis, Argenia Felton, Deborah Gregory, 
Clarisa Swimpson, Charleen Smith, Mildred Riddick, 
Carolyn Harris; (3rd ROW) Claudia Tabron, Deborah 
Wilson, Janice Cason, Loretta Fuller, Ann Ivery, 
Hattie Hinton, Donette Washington, Dorothy Dildy 
and Jeanette Lindsey. 




Ervenia Hoggany, who was crowned "Miss Xino" at 
the annual Xino Green and White Ball is pictured 
above at the coronation. 



XINO PLEDGEES 






XINOS— FUTURE TEACHERS 



Below: Willie Brown shows off his shillalah after 
being voted St. Patrick by the student body. 




OF AMERICA 



Pictured above are (1st ROW) Joyce Hawkins, Ruth 
James, Joycelyn Edwards, LaVerne Dildy, Paula 
Gardner; (2nd ROW) Frances Griffin, Deborah 
Peebles, Carolyn Smith, Barbara Hoggard, Evonne 
Foreman, Cynthia Murphy and Shirley Smith; (3rd 
ROW) Gloria Wood, Janice Harper, Sylvia Brown, 
Gloria Hilliard, Sylvia Griffin, Phyllis Scott, Inez 
Nichols, Jacquelin Trotman, Flora Cason, Audrey 
Caffee, Judy Mumford, Barbara Williams, Betty 
Gregory; (4th ROW) Catherine Jones, Sandra May- 
field, Jestine Fitzgerald, Shelley Cuffee, Sylvia 
Bailey, Linda Johnson, Gloria Macer, LaVerne 
Peebles, Gloria Mitchell, Darlene Mason, Cheryl 
Dildy and Rosejean Joyner. 



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Y-TEENS 




Service — with a Smile 



Serving the community and school is the pri- 
mary purpose of this energetic group of young 
ladies . 

The front of the auditorium is beautifully dec- 
orated by a tree donated by the Y-TEENS each 
year. 

The proceeds of the Faculty Frolics, which 
they sponsor, go toward scholarships. 

At right, Elizabeth Franklin and Joyce Skin- 
ner proudly display one of the many baskets 
they filled and distributed at Thanksgiving. 




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Building Minds and Bodies for 
Responsible Womanhood 



MRS. EVELYN SMITH, faculty advisor to the GIRLS' CLUB, 
stresses preparation for the future in the activities carried on by 
these girls. 

In their effort to promote high ideals in working for the school, 
community, church and in recreation, the club rededicates itself 
each year during GIRLS' WEEK. 

Their good deeds include preparation of Christmas baskets, 
awarding of scholarships to graduating members and the presen- 
tation of cultural programs . 



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MUSIC MAKERS 



The school band, though small in number, has held captured 
audiences in concert. 

Basically concert performers, the band gave beautiful perform- 
ances at Christmas and at their annual Spring Concert. 

Mr. Roy Reid is band director. 



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UK Concert Choir is one of the busiest in the area. 

Under the direction of Mrs . Ruby L . Allen, the choir 
has performed at meetings, churches and assembly pro- 
grams, in addition to their annual Christmas and Spring 
Concerts . 

Their final performance of the year. Commencement, 
is always filled with nostalgia as many of the carolers per- 
form for the last time with the group . 



THE SOUND OF MUSIC 




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THE PAPER MUST GO TO PRESS 



The news must go to press with a full staff of copy writers, 
typists, snoopers and interviewers, Mrs. L. H. Reid has all 
spinning when its time to "put the paper to bed. " 

The "Hi-Lighter" Staff puts out four issues per year and 
includes such features as editorials, student of the issue, 
library corner and roving reporter. Classes and Club news is 
featured. 



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PROGRESS, THEIR MOST 
IMPORTANT PRODUCT 



The Industrial Arts Club which draws its members from boys 
enrolled in Drafting & Industrial Arts Woods Classes measures 
its progress by its finished products . 

Along with emphasizing shop and industrial safety, the group 
progresses from stages of cabinet-making, wood turning, fur- 
niture making, wood finishing and spray painting to mechanical 
drawing and designing. 

Finished products are entered into competition at State Indus- 
trial Arts Exhibits, Virginia State College in Petersbury & at 
Hampton Institute . 



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KEEP THE HOME FIRES 

BURNING 

Practitianers of the culinary arts, tenders of the young and 
old, and creators of comfortable surroundings, these Future 
Homemakers of America put into practice home economics acti- 
vities in their parental home and prepare for the time when they, 
too, will establish a "nest." 

Pictured above are officers of the F.H.A. Club. SEATED: 
Joyce Hawkins, Vemetta Harold, RubyCornick, Bettie Gregory, 
and Barbara Williams. STANDING: Linda Newborn, Judy Mum- 
ford and Barbara Wilson. 



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Aprendiendo Hablar La 
Lengua de Espanol 



Members of the Spanish Club are: FIRST ROW: Bessie Brown, Ruth James, Dale Smith, Brenda Harold, Diane 
Sanderson, Cora Lindsey, Linda Morris, Gertrude Keeling, Barbara Riddick, Anita Nichols. SECOND ROW: 
Michael Goffigan, Michael Plummet, Junius Riddick, Noal Boone, Vernon Lawrence, Cornell Ward, Sandra 
Owens, Patricia Knox, Sylvia Griffin, Janice Harper, Norma Owens. THIRD ROW: Bruce Godrey, Jocelyn Ed- 
wards, Clyde Cheatham, Ronald Cason, Jacqueline Trotman, Eileen Brown, Shirley Williams, Gloria Mitchel, 
Darlene Mason, Flora Cason, Vincent McCoy, Bernadine Cornick, Inez Nichols. 



EL CLUB ESPANOL 



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Eula Bryant, Evone Foreman, Matilda Jones, Louvenia Willie, Victor Davis, Mildred 
Brockett, Cynthia Murphy, James Nimmo, and Barbara Riddick rehearse for a scene from 
"Hippies Come To U.K.," one of their Fall original productions. 



DRAMATIC 




Above left. Miss H. L. Goodman, Club Sponsor, is presented a 
gift at the Christmas performance. 

Above right, are pictured Dawn Holmes, Matilda Jones, and 
David Mitchell in a scene from the Christmas play. 

Right: Some of the players discuss a scene being prepared for 
the Fall Induction Program. 



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CLUB 



Scenes from the "Winter Fasions" set 
of the Christmas program. 



A spoof on their 
daily routine, a 
group rehearses a 
scene from "The 
Unknown Teacher. 







A part of the "Hip- 


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some of the "hip" 


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The Play Is the Thing 



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Barbara Williams and Richard Bright join in a duet to ren- 
der "If This World Were Mine. " 



Below: Kelly Jones seems to really "caught up with it" 
crooning with Willie and TTie Soul Sensations, a really 
swinging combo. 



JUNIOR CLASS 



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TALENT SHOW 



♦ ♦ 



Yes, Little Jimmy Brown's sure got the feeling as he riffs 
the hit, "I've Got The Feeling." 



Right: "Sitting On The Dock of A Bay" is Grady Everett. 




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MISS 
HOMECOMING 




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MISS SYLVIA BROWN 



Sylvia, Who is she? She's 
Miss Sylvia Brown, a senior, 
who reigned as "Miss Home- 
coming of '67 . 





Mrs. M. B. Patterson presents Miss 
Homecoming and her court in the 
school gymnasium. Left to right are 
Mrs. Patterson, Sylvia Brown, Joyce 
Skinner, Evonne Foreman, Sandra 
Owens, Eileen Brown, and Shirley 
Eure. 



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Janice Harper and Ruth James kick their way 
through the dance routine of "Some Night." 




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STRANGERS ON THE SHORE 



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The Grand Finale finds 
the entire modern dance 
group unwinding to "Un- 
wind The Twine." 




WELCOMED AT DANCE RECITAL 



Cynthia Murphy, Barbara Harris and Alveeta 
Harold spring up to "I Think I'm Going Out Of 
My Head. " 




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Frank Simmons, left tackle for the 
UK Tigers gets in a 3-points posi- 
tion ready for "the kill." 



104 




SPORTS 

(Cont'd) 



Left: Members of the Junior Var- 
sity Basketball Team take "a 
time out" to pose with Coach 
Robert Setzer. Pictured are Donald 
Mitchell, Joseph Williams, Carlos 
Wilson, Michael Mitchell, Ronnie 
Hawkins, Rufus Davis, William 
Eure, Waverly Mills, Warnell 
Fletcher, Leroy Fletcher and 
Coach Setzer. 



Right: Willie HoUomon, offensive 
end, receives pass. 




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RAH, 
TEAM, 
RAH! 




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LEWIS FLOYD, 
dazzling defensive line backer 



LARRY UZZLE, 
elusive end man 





OK, MEN, charge and attack ! 



JACKIE BO WE, 
celebrated center 



CLEMENT MURPHY 
hustling half-back 



BRYAN NELSON, 
"ferocious" full-back 



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FRONT ROW: K. Hoggany, Uzzle, Floyd, Riddick, Bowe, Foreman, Simmons, Hollomon. SECOND ROW: Hyman, B. 
Hoggany, Davis, Nelson, Bailey, C. Murphy, Hawkins, Gregory, Mclntyre, Coach R. Setzer. THIRD ROW: Drewitt, 
Fontanilla, T. Murphy, Fletcher, Price, Smith, Snowden, Coach J. Darden, Coach C. Siler. BACK ROW: Trainers 
Gilchrist, B. Jones, L. Fletcher, Coach C. Harvin. 



SIC EM, TIGERS 



HOUSTON BAILEY 
QUICKSIGHTED QUARTERBACK 



LARRY SMITH 
FLAWLESS FLANKER BACK 



LEWIS FLOYD 
"mighty, mighty Floyd" 




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U.K. DISTANCE RUNNERS 



TRACK TEAM 
Mr. Joshua Darden, Coach 

Jesse David (second from left, FRONT), Clement Murphy and Frank Simmons 
(Pictured fourth and fifth on FRONT ROW); Jimmy Anderson (BACK, left end) and 
Bruce Godfrey (second from right, BACK ROW) entered Relay competition at the 
Hampton Relay Sprint Medley held in April . 

The team includes hurdlers, two-milers, quarter-milers, shotputters and a 
220 -runner . 

Coach Darden sets a fine example for his boys as he works out daily with them 
when they are in training. 



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Yvonne Snowden, Shelley Cuffee, Deborah Peebles and Sylvia Dildy line up for a big CHEER! 



WHOOPING IT UP FOR U.K. 



Barbara Harris, Cynthia Murphy, 
Alveeta Harold, Shirley Smith, 
Syliva Brown, Gloria Macer and 
La Verne Dildy warm up the crowd 
just before game time. 



Rah, TEAM, Rah! 




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A "1000 POINTER AMONG 
THESE CAGERS 

Pictured above are Coach Charles L. Harvin, Barnard, Hollomon, 
Houston Bailey, Smith, Skinner, Williams, and Gilchrist . 

Play was halted and the news flashed when Earl Smith reached the 
"1000 points" mark in his basketball career this year. At the end of 
the season. Earl had wrapped up a total of 1277 . Seasonal points are 



Houston Bailey 
Charles Barnard 
Willie Hollomon 
Cylester Shaw 
Linwood Skinner 
Earl Smith 
Sinclair Smith 
John Williams 
Larry Uzzle 



Forward 

Forward 

Guard 

Center 

Guard 

Guard 

Guard 

Forward 

Guard 



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24 

180 

160 

162 

550 

36 

31 

169 



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ALBRITTON, MARY 

Club: Future Homemakers of America 

Hobby: Drawing 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 

ANTHONY, BOBBY 
Hobby: Playing Football 
Ambition: Apprentice 

ASHBY, DARNELL 

Hobby: Sports 

Ambition: To become an Artist 

BAXTER, MARGIE 

Clubs: Library Club and Hi -Lighter Staff 

Hobby: Sports 

Ambition: Go into the Service 

BEARY, LILLIE 

Clubs: Girl's and Spanish 

Hobbies: Reading and writing letters 

Ambition: To become a Social Worker 

BOGGS, KENNETH 
Club: Bachelor's 

Hobby: Working with automobiles 
Ambition: To be an Auto -mechanic and 
own my shop 

BOONE, ROSA L. 
Clubs: Drama, ICT 
Hobby: Sports 
Ambition: Seamstress 

BOWE, JACKIE 

Clubs: President of SCA, President of 
Senior Class, Advisory Court, Foot- 
ball Team, School Choir. 

Hobbies: Wood carving, and playing 
records at dances 

Ambition: Lawyer 

BOYD, BARBARA JEAN 

Clubs: Student Council, Library Club 

and Girls Club. 
Hobby: Going to the movie 
Ambition: Becoming an Elementary 

Teacher 

BROADNAX, ANNIE 

Hobby: Sports 

Ambition: Becoming an Accountant 

BROWN, DAVID 

Hobby: Sports 

Ambition: Going to college 



BROWN, SYLVIA 

Clubs: Xinos, Student Council, and 

Cheering Squad . 
Ambition: Social Worker 

BROWN, WILLIE L. 
Club: Bachelor's 

Hobbies: Drawing and playing pool 
Ambition: Enter the Air Force --Air 
craft maintenance 

BRYANT, EULA 

Clubs: Dramatic, Student Council 
Hobbies: Dancing and singing 
Ambition: Becoming a secretary 

BURGESS, DELORIS 
Clubs: Dramatic Club and ICT 
Hobbies: Reading, drawing, and sports, 
Ambition: An Artist 

BUTTS, LINDA 

Clubs: Student Council Association, 
Xinos, Hi-Lighter Staff, Yearbook 
Staff, Future Business Leaders of 
America, Secretary of Senior Class. 

Hobby: Dancing 

Ambition: Business Administration 



BUTTS, SYLVIA 

Club: ICT 

Ambition: Seamstress 

CASON, JOYCE ANN 

Clubs: National Association for Girls, 

Hi -Lighter Staff, Student Advisory 

Court . 
Hobbies: Gardening, Music, and Writing. 
Ambition: To be a Professor of History 



CHRISTIAN, LARRY 

Club: ICT 

Hobbies: Football and Basketball 

Ambition: To become a Draftsman 

CHRISTIAN, RANDOLPH 
Clubs: Hi -Lighter Staff and ICT 
Hobby: Baseball 
Ambition: Teacher 

COOPER, LLOYD 
Club: ICT 
Hobby: Singing 



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CORNICK, CLARENCE 

Clubs: Bachelor's, ICT 

Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Track. 

Ambition: Data Processing 

CORNICK, RUBY 

Clubs: Future Homemakers of America, 

ICT 

Hobbies: Sewing, Cooking 

Ambition: Seamstress 

COSTEN, ERNESTINE 

Club: Future Homemakers of America 

Hobby: Sewing 

Ambition: Seamstress 

DAUGHTRY, CHARLES 
Club: None 
Hobby: Fishing 
Ambition: Going to college 

DAVIS, CHARLIE 
Club: Basketball Team 
Hobby: Listening to music 
Ambition: Policeman 

DILDY, CHERYL 

Clubs: Xinos, Art 

Hobbies: Dancing, Bowling, Reading. 

Ambition: Business Teacher 

DOZIER, GLORIA 

Club: Future Homemakers of America 
Hobbies: Swimming, Reading 
Ambition: Seamstress or Nurse 

EDWARDS, JOSELYN 

Hobbies: Reading, Dancing, Baseball, 

Tennis . 
Ambition: IBM Operator 

ETHERIDGE, JEANETTE 
Clubs: Dramatic, Girls Club of Amer- 
ica, Hi -Lighter Staff. 
Hobby: Styling hair 
Ambition: Laboratory Technician 

EURE, ALFONZA 
Clubs: Industrial Arts, ICT 
Hobbies: Swimming, Auto repairing 
Ambition: Auto Mechanic 

EURE, SHIRLEY 

Clubs: Future Business Leaders of 

America, Dramatic Club, Lambda 

Chi. 



Hobbies: Skating, Reading, Dancing. 
Ambition: Attend school for IBM 
Programming 

FEREBEE, SARAH 
Clubs: Future Homemakers of Amer- 
ica, Dramatic 
Hobby: Sewing 
Ambition: Seamstress 

FLOYD, CAROLYN 

Clubs: Hi -Lighter Staff, Yearbook Staff, 

Future Business Leaders of America. 
Hobbies: Reading, Dancing, Listening 

to records . 
Ambition: Business Administration 

FRANKLIN, CAROLYN 

Clubs: Dramatic, Girls 

Hobby: Collecting records 

Ambition: To become a teacher or nurse 

FREEMAN, ANDERSON 
Club: Art 

FREEMAN, GLORIA ANNE 
Clubs: Future Homemakers of Amer- 
ica, Choir 
Hobbies: Cooking and reading 
Ambition: Nurses Aide 

FREEMAN, ROSETTA 

Clubs: Y -teens. Future Homemakers of 

America, Future Business Leaders 

of America . 
Hobbies: Collecting records, dancing 
Ambition: Executive Secretary 

FREEMAN, TYRONE 

Clubs: Debating, Basketball, Football, 

Track . 
Hobby: Writing poetry 
Ambition: To go down in history 

GRAY, EVELYN 

Clubs: Y -Teens, Girls Glee Club, 

Future Homemakers of America. 
Hobbies: Playing the piano and organ 
Ambition: To become a musician 

GREGORY, BETTIE 

Clubs: Xinos, Future Homemakers of 

America, ICT, Student Council. 
Hobbies: Sewing, cooking, reading. 
Ambition: Nurse 



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GREGORY, EARNEST 

GREGORY, LEVON 

GRIFFIN, FRANCES 

Clubs: Library, Dramatic, Xinos, 

Future Homemakers of America. 
Hobbies: Drawing, dancing, collecting 

pictures . 
Ambition: To become a Social Worker 

HAROLD, ESTRALITA LAVERNE 

Clubs: Xinos, Dramatic, Library, Con- 
cert Choir, Student Council, Hi- 
Lighter Staff. 

Hobbies: Dancing, Drawing, Typing. 

Ambition: Secretary 

HAROLD, VERNETTA 

Clubs: Future Business Leaders of 

America, Future Homemakers of 

America, Dramatic. 
Hobbies: Dancing, Basketball, Tennis. 
Ambition: IBM Operator 

HAROLD, RAYMOND 

HARRIS, CAROLYN 

Clubs: Xinos, ICT, Future Business 

Leaders of America, Yearbook Staff. 
Hobbies: Dancing, Skating 
Ambition: To become a IBM Operator 

HAWKINS, FRANCES 

Club: Art 

Hobbies: Drawing, Picture collecting 

Ambition: Artist 

HAWKINS, JOYCE 

Clubs: Xinos, Pep Squad, Future Busi- 
ness Leaders of America, Dramatic. 
Hobby: Listening to records 
Ambition: Business Administration 



HAYNES, MILTON 

HINTON, HATTIE 

Clubs: Xinos, Hi -Lighter Staff, Year- 
book Staff, Student Council, Future 
Business Leaders of America. 

Hobbies: Dancing, Singing, Traveling. 

Ambition: Executive Secretary 

HOGGARD, BARBARA 

Clubs: Girls Club, Xinos, Student 



Council. Advisory Court, Library 
Assistant, ELBA, Hi -Lighter Staff. 

Hobbies: Reading, Dancing, Listening 
to records . 

Ambition: To become a Secretary 

HOLLOMAN, WILLIE 

Clubs: Bachelor's, Football, Basketball, 

Baseball . 
Hobbies: Playing Baseball and Basketball 
Ambition: Health & Physical Education 

Teacher 

HOLMES, DAUN 

Clubs: Library, Dramatic, Future 

Homemakers of America, Art, 

Xinos . 
Hobbies: Dancing, Reading, Modeling, 

Skating . 
Ambition: Psychology Major and to be 

a Model 

HUGHES, LEVANDER 

Clubs: Industrial Arts, Track 

Hobbies: Taking pictures and developing 

films 
Ambition: Mechanic 

IVERY, ANN 

Clubs: Xinos, Dramatic, Girls, Student 
Council, Exchange Manager of Hi- 
Lighter, Senior Class Treasurer, 
Advisory Court. 

Hobbies: Dancing, Singing, Reading. 

Ambition: Secretary 

JAMES, TOM 

Clubs: Dramatic, Band 

Hobby: Music 

Ambition: Music Teacher 

JOHNSON, BERTHA 

Clubs: Y -Teens, Future Homemakers of 

America, Xinos . 
Hobbies: Making rugs. Golf 
Ambition: To be a teacher 

JOYNER, ROSEJEAN 
Club: Xinos 
Hobby: Art 
Ambition: Teacher 

KNIGHT, MICHEAL 

Clubs: Football, Basketball, Track. 

Hobbies: Dancing, Football, Basketball. 



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LAWRENCE, CHARLIE, JR. 

Clubs: French, Dramatic, ICT. 

Hobby: Tropical Fish 

Ambition: Social Worker or Law Major. 

LEWIS, RUDOLPH 

Club: Bachelor's 

Hobbies: Mathematics, Sports 

Ambition: IBM Operator 

MACER, HOWARD K.. JR. 
Clubs: Bachelor's, Advisory Court, 

Spanish, Track. 
Hobbies: Swimming, Table Tennis, 

Track. 
Ambition: Physical Education Teacher 

MILES, JACKIE 

Clubs: Bachelor's, Dramatic, ICT. 
Hobbies: Art, Singing, Dancing. 
Ambition: To major in Government 

MITCHELL, DAVID L., JR. 
Clubs: Dramatic, Student Council, In- 
dustrial Arts, Football. 
Hobby: Football 
Ambition: Electrician 

MUMFORD, JUDY 

Clubs: Xinos, Future Homemakers of 

America 
Hobbies: Collecting records, Sewing 
Ambition: Teacher 

NELSON, BRYAN 

Club: Bachelor's 

Hobby: Dancing 

Ambition: Business Administration 

NIMMO, JAMES A. 
Clubs: Band, Dramatic, Spanish. 
Hobbies: Bowling, Fishing, Dancing. 
Ambition: History Teacher 

OWENS, CORNELL 

Clubs: Bachelor's, ICT 

Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Dancing, 

OWENS, KENNETH 
Clubs: Library, Art 
Hobby: Cars 
Ambition: Lawyer 

OWENS, SANDRA 

Cli±)s: Dramatic, Lambda Chi, Girls, 
Spanish. 



Hobbies: Reading, Dancing 
Ambition: Business Administrator 

PHILLIPS, JAY 

Clubs: Lambda Chi, Hi -Lighter Staff, 

ICT, Spanish. 
Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Cars. 
Ambition: Engineer 

PHILLIPS, PERCY 
Club: Bachelor's 
Hobby: Reading 
Ambition: Lawyer 

PRICE, FORRESTINE 
Clubs: Xinos, Student Council 
Hobbies: Dancing, Softball 
Ambition: Airline Stewardess 

RAINEY, RUSSELL 

Club: Industrial Arts 

Hobbies: Making lamps and tables 

Ambition: Commercial Pilot 

RIGGENS, MINNIE 
Clubs: Student Council, Girls Club 
Hobbies: Art, listening to records 
Ambition: Secretary 

ROBERSON, JOHN 
Clubs: Yearbook Staff, Art 
Hobbies: Taking pictures, repairing 
radios 

RIDDICK, BRENDA 
Clubs: Xinos, Dramatic, Choir. 
Hobbies: Dancing, Singing 
Ambition: To further my education in 
Music 

ROBERTS, IDA 

Clubs: Girls Club, Dramatic, Hi -Lighter 

Staff 
Hobby: Sewing 
Ambition: Nurse or Chemistry Teacher 

SAVAGE, ANNETTE 

Club: Spanish 

Hobbies: Dancing and Pop Music 

Ambition: Business Major 

SIMMONS, FRANK, JR. 
Clubs: Bachelor's, ICT, Football, 
Track. 



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Hobbies: Mechanical Drawing and 

Electronics 
Ambition: Architecture 

SIMMONS, TERRY 
Club: Boy's Glee Club 

SMITH, JOSEPH 

Club: Bachelor's 

Hobbies: Basketball and Dancing 

Ambition: Brickmason 

SMITH, RICHARD E. 

Club: Bachelor's 

Hobbies: Singing and Dancing 

SNOWDEN, ^^ONNE VELMA 
Clubs: Hi -Lighter Staff and Dramatic 
Hobbies: Dancing and collecting records 
Ambition: Registered Nurse 

STEED, VINCENT 
Club: Bachelor's 
Ambition: Welder 

STEVENSON, ROBERT 
Clubs: ICT, French 
Hobbies: Fishing, Chemistry 
Ambition: Scientist 

STIFF, JILES 
Club: Sports 
Hobby: Singing 

TORAN, LOVEL 

Clubs: FBLA, Choir, Hi -Lighter Staff. 
Hobbies: Art, Dancing, Cooking. 
Ambition: Interior Decorator 



Leaders of America 
Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Typing. 
Ambition: Business Major 

WILLIAMS, BARBARA 

Clubs: Xinos, Future Homemakers of 

America, Dramatic. 
Ambition: Nurse 

WILLIAMS, GEORGE 
Clubs: ICT, Art 
Hobbies: Fishing, Dancing 
Ambition: Business Major 

WILLIAMS, JOYCE 
Club: Future Homemakers of America 
Hobbies: Singing, Dancing 
Ambition: To be a Singer 

WILLIAMS, RUSSELL 
Club: Bachelor's 
Hobby: Sports 
Ambition: Professor 

WILSON, BARBARA 

Clubs: Future Homemakers of Amer- 
ica, FBLA, Library, Student Coun- 
cil. 

Hobbies: Reading, Dancing 

Ambition: Nurse 

WILSON, CURTIS 
Club: Bachelor's 
Hobby: Basketball 

WINS LOW, LOUIS 

Club: ICT 

Ambition: Auto Mechanic 



TYLER, VIVIAN 

Clubs: Dramatic, Lambda Chi, Girls 

Club, Hi -Lighter Staff, Advisory 

Court. 
Hobbies: Drama 
Ambition: X-Ray or Lab Technician 

WHITE, CURTIS 

Clubs: Dramatic, Future Business 



WOODHOUSE, JACOB 
Club: Bachelor's 
Hobby: Mechanics 
Ambition: Dealing in Computer 
Programming 

WRIGHT, ROGER 

Hobby: Music 

Ambition: Music Teacher 



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Norfolk, Virginia 23509 Phone 855-0991 



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1041 Laskin Road 



428-8732 





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Inc. 


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Seatack, Virginia Beach, Va . 


Princess Anne Station 
(Opposite City Hall) 
Virginia Beach Blvd. 


Day Phones 428-9321 
Nite Phones 428-3421 & 428-6746 


427-1660 428-1660 


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31 1 1 Pacific Avenue 


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at Seatack 


at Thalia 


Specializing in 
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One of America's Most Unique 
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Phone 428-9824 


Phone 340-2112 



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Commissioner of Revenue 


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City of Virginia Beach 


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6056 Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk, Va . 

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Virginia Beach, Vc . 


428 Little Neck Road 

Virginia Beach, Va . 23452 

Phone 340-9609 


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Telephone: 497-3559 


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637-643 Chapel Street 
Norfolk, Va. 

Wholesale Meats 

Produce 

and 

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Phone 622-5351 



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Sundays 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. 

Joseph T. Zubyk — Proprietor 
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Phone: 340-2311 



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Route 3, Box 31 1 1 Phone 426-6465 
Virginia Beach, Va . 



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Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452 

Phone 497-3547 



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Tele.: 428-1481 

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Proprietors 



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at 

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Lonsdale Traffic Circle 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 
Tele.: 855-6021 



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FROM 

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FACULTY OF SEATACK ELEMENTARY 

SCHOOL 



41 1 Birdneck Circle 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Miss Mary L. Johnson, Principal Mrs. MaryW. Williams, Clerk 



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Ruby Cornick 

Willie Brown 



St. Stephens Church 

of 

God and Christ 



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Deacon James Gatlin 



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MR. LARRY WILLIAMS 
MR. FOX J. SHAW, JR. 



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704 Church Street Norfolk, Virginia 

MAdison 2-7941 



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Catering to men, women and children 

Matthew's Barber Shop 

9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. 



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Phone: GArden 8-9473 

723 Virginia Beach Boulevard 



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"QUALITY SINCE 1897" 
703 Second Slreet' MarHnsville, Virginia 

Phone: 638-7571 

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