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BOICE STUDIOS 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS members and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/tigeryearbookcla1960unse 




THE TIGER 



YEARBOOK 



CLASS OF I960 



PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY TRAINING SCHOOL 



521 Bonney Road 



Norfolk, Virginia 



DEDICATION 




To Our Beloved Parents. . . 

. . . whose patience and loving guidance 
have brought us to our first really great 
achievement--high school graduation. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Administration 

Faculty 

Seniors 

Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 

Junior High 

Sports 

Activities 

Advertisements 



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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE 

The members of the graduating class are to be commended for successfully 
achieving their high school objectives. It is hoped that the experiences of secondary 
education will enable them to face the issues, and accept the challenges that lie a- 
head. 

To the loyal, faithful, and understanding parents of this Class of 1960, and in 
whose honor this annual is dedicated, I congratulate you. The sacrifices that you 
have made to assist these graduates in their achievements are invaluable. 

During your pursuit for knowledge at Princess Anne County Training School, 
you 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 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 re- 
corded high lights of the fleeting moments of your high school days. May they serve 
as loving ties between you and your beloved friends at Princess Anne County Train- 
ing School. 

J. V. Boykin, Principal 



To you, the graduates of the Class of 1960, 
my heartiest congratulations! 

This present milestone, in your life, is 
one that you and your parents have looked for- 
ward to, and sacrificed for, for some years, 
now. 

May 1 leave this thought with you. When 
things seem a bit dark and uncertain, remem- 
ber that "Every day brings another chance". 

Yours for a successful life 

LOURENA S. ARCHER 
Assistant Principal 












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MRS. NELL E. JONES 

Clerk 

Office of the Principal 



MISS ELLEN WALKER 

Clerk 

Office of the Assistant Principal 




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OUR STAFF... A VITAL PART OF SCHOOL LIFE 




Mrs. Cora W. Wilson, the Clinic Director administers 
to minor ailments and discomforts. 



CAFETERIA WORKERS 




"Hmm-mm-mm, such deli- 
cious meals they prepare. . . . 

Mrs. Mary Knight, Mrs. El- 
izabeth Jackson, Mrs. Eva 
Smith, Miss Blanche Boone, 
Mrs. Leonia Russell, Mrs. 
Gertrude Russell. 



"They keep a clean and com- 
fortable building. " 



Mrs. Maybe lie Artis, Mr. 
Ivory Hodges, Mr. Greenwood 
Ferebee, Mrs. Gertrude 
Whitehurst. 



MAIDS AND JANITORS 





MISS OLIVE F. DAUGHTRY 



SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS 

"Our parents away from home--they're all 

that any student would desire in a teacher. " 



MR, CLYDE I. SILER 





Our English instructors 
confer on the "pros" and 
"cons" of verbs, commas 
and Dickens. 



MISS AUDREY E 
RUSSELL 

English 



MRS. BERNADIN 
A. RASBERRY 

English 




English 
History 




MRS. MATTIE B. 
PATTERSON 

Spanish 



MR. ROBERT L. 
GORDON 

French 
History 



MRS. ALICE A. 
DURGAN 

English 



MRS. FREDRICA 
R. BALLARD 

Home Economics 



MRS. JEAN O. 
SILER 

Business Education 



MR. ALEXANDRE 
WOODHOUSE 

Industrial Arts 





The Science and Mathema- 
tics Instructors make plans 
for the Math and Science 
Conference. 



General Mathematics 
History 
English 



MR. ARMISTEAD 
YOUNG 




General Mathematics 




MISS HESTER R. 


MR. 


C. KENNETH 


MISS OLIVE F 


PAIR 




WILSON 


DAUGHTRY 


Physics 




Algebra 


General Mathemat 


Geometry 









MR. HARRY L, 
ROBINSON 



MRS. OSCELLETTA 
WALSTON 



MR. THADDEUS C. 
SMITH 



Chemistry 
Agriculture 



Chemistry 
General Science 



Biology 
General Science 





MRS. LOUISE H 
CARTER 

Civics 
History 



MISS ALICE WALTON 




MR. WILLIAM J. 
WATSON 

History 
Government 



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MRS. RUBY L. 
ALLEN 

Choral Music 



MR. ROY REID 
Band 



MRS. LnLZ C 
WILSON 

Art 



MR. CLYDE L 
SILER 

Driver Education 
Science 




MISS JUNE R. 
SETZER 

Physical Education 



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Physical Education 
Science 





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MRS. MARY B. 
BROCKETT 

Guidance 



MRS. JACQUETTA 
P. ROBINSON 

Librarian 



MISS HATTIE L. 
GOODMAN 

English 



MR. JUDGE GOSS 
Physical Education 




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CLASS OFFICERS 




JAMES JEFFERSON 

"Bama" 
Baseball 
Dramatics Club 
Industrial Art 
Spanish Club 
Pres. Senior Class 
Ambition: Teacher 



MARY MOSLEY 

"Moley" 
Vice-Pres. Senior Class 
Pres. Student Council 
Band 

Hi- Lighter Staff 
Yearbook Staff 
Tri-Hi-Y, Cheering Squad 
Ambition: Mathematician 



ROSA MITCHELL 

"Mitch" 
Treasurer Senior Class 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Teacher 



SARAH CLARK 

Asst. Sec. Sr. Class 

Tri-Hi-Y 

Student Council 

Yearbook Staff 

N. H. A. 

Ambition: Beautician 

"Clarkbar" 



EDNA BELL 
Sec. Senior Class 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Choir 

Ambition: Physical 
Therapist 




CLASS OFFICERS 




ERMA WILLIAMS 

"Babe" 
Business Manager 
of Senior Class 
Choir, Tri-Hi-Y 
Annbition: Nurse 



CLARENCE MORGAN 

"Bessie" 
Business Manager of 
Senior Class, Band 
Football, Basketball 
Track, Dramatic Club 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Teacher 



ERNEST CASON 
CAROLYN SCOTT "Sweet Do" 

"Scotty" Chaplain of Senior 

Chaplain of Senior Class Class, Band, Hi-Y 

Cheering Squad, Tri-Hi-Y Football, Dramatics 

Student Council, Choir Club 

Ambition: Cosmetologist Ambition: Electrician 



LEA ANNE KELLAM 
Sergeant- at -Arms 
Band, Tri-Hi-Y 
Student Council 
Dramatic Club 





SHIRLEY HARRIS 
Dramatic Club 
New Homemaker 

of America 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Nurse 

ALLEN PAINTER 

"Pant" 
Industrial Art 
N. F. A. 
Ambition: Artist 



ABRAHAM JOHNSON 
Hi-Y 

N. F. A. 

Ambition: Photography 



DELORRIS SAWYER 
Dramatic Club 
Ambition: Nurse 



"A well balanced diet for 
well balanced students. " 



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ROSIE SNOWDEN 
Dramatic Club 
Spanish Club 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Ambition: Teacher 

EDMUND DAILEY 

"Beaneye" 
Football 
Baseball 
Basketball 
N. A. F. 
Ambition: Coach 




"Good conversation broadens 
the mind and extends the vocabu- 
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MARY HAWKINS 
N. H. A. 
Ambition: Teacher 



JESSE HILL 
"Frog" 
Baseball, Football 
N. F. A. , Industrial 

Arts 
Ambition: Engineer 




PERNELL WILLIAMS 

"Link" 
Basketball, N. F, A. 
Hi-Y, Football 
Ambition: 

MAGGALEAN WILLIAMS 

"Honey" 
Spanish Club 
Cheering Squad 
Tri-Hi-Y, Tiger 
Staff, Civics Club 
Hi- Lighter Staff 
Ambition: Physicist 



PEGGY JOYCE LEWIS 
"Peg" 

N. H. A., Student Council 
Ambition: Physical Education 
Instructor 



CLINTON CORNICK 

"Pouchie" 
N. F, A. , Hi-Y 
Industrial Arts Club 
Ambition: Chemist 





"All work and no 
play makes 'Jack' a 
pretty dull boy! " 






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EVELYN FOREMAN STANDLEY BROWN 

"Sam" "Buck" 

Yearbook Staff, Tri-Hi-Y Band 
New Homemaker of America Yearbook Staff 
Ambition: Teacher Spanish Club 

Hi-Y 

Ambition: Musician 



INEZ WILLIAMS 
Dramatic Club 
Spanish Club 
Choir 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Ambition: Teacher 



CHARLES ROBINSON 

N. F. A. 
Industrial Art 
Ambition: Engineer 



NORMA GIBSON 

"Gene" 
Band, Tri-Hi-Y 
Dramatic Club 
Spanish Club 



JAMES SMITH 

Steve 
Hi-Y, Football 
N. F.A.. Basketball 
Track, Baseball 



Ambition: Stenographer Ambition: Architecture 






"Success in all fields 
awaits us. " 



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MARY HARDING 

"May" 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Teacher 

WILLIARD DAVIS 
"Sonny Boy" 
Spanish Club, N.H. A. 
Industrial Arts 
Hi-Y 
Ambition: Barber 




RAYMOND GRAVES 

Preacher 
Football, Baseball 
Basketball, Student 
Council, Track, 
Dramatics Club 
Ambition: Contractor 

ALICE THOUROGOOD 

"Faye" 
Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y 
Ambition: Teacher 



ADELLE SMITH 
Tri-Hi-Y, Dramatics 
Club, Library Club 
Ambition: Stenographer 



JAMES MILLER 
Football, Student 
Council, Hi-Y 
Ambition: Engineer 





"Teacher-Student relations can 
create better understanding among 
faculty and students. 



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BEULAH WILLIAMS 


JOSEPH HENDERSO 


Dramatic Club 


"Hen" 


Ambition: Beautician 


Basketball 




Dramatic Club 




Industrial Art 




N. F. A. 




Ambition: Doctor- 


WILLIAM JONES 




"Billy" 




Hi-Y 


MILDERD CAFFEE 


Baseball 


Dramatic Club 


Basketball 


Ambition: Secretary 



"Peewee" 
New Homemaker of America 
Band 
Spanish Club 

VERNON GARY 

"Clink" 
Band 

Football, Basketball 
Track 

Dramatic Club, Hi-Y 
Ambition: Engineer 







THE 
FUTURE 



"in every organiza- 
tion there is need for a 
good guide. 'Guidance' 
is a true factor of suc- 
cess. " 



BERTHA SMITH 




KELLEY KNIGHT 

"Kell" 
N. F. A. 
Basketball 



RODNEY BREATHWAITE EULA COLLINS 

"Lightwait" 
Band 
Ambition: Doctor 



MINNIE ASHBY 

"Big" 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Dramatic Club 
Choir 



Ambition: Disc-jockey Ambition: Secretary 



TILMAN CARTER 
"Little Tim" 
N. F. A. , Track 
Hi-Y, Basketball 
Football 
Ambition: Pro Football 




GENEVA KNIGHT 

"Gen" 
Band 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Spanish Club 
Ambition: Nurse 



WILLIAM CONLEY 

"Will" 
N. F. A. 






"just as we are 
judged by the company 
we keep, so are we 
labeled by the language 
we- speak. " 



JAMES HAYNES MAURICEL RIDDICK 

"Sextur" "Peaches" 

Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y 

Ambition: Brick Mason Ambition: Mathematician 




BETTY BOGGS 

"Bugs" 
Cheerleader 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Spanish Club 



Ambition: Pro. Football Ambition: Teacher 



GIDEON HIDER 

(It ■ II 

Junie 
Hi-Y 
Band 
Ambition: Musician 






"study is the root of 
Intelligence. " 



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CARETHIA PALMER ALLEN MOSLEY 

"Reet" "Skull" 

Ambition: Secretary Hi-Y 

Ambition: Mechanical 
Engineer 



ERMA DOWNING 

"Pinkie" 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Choir 
Ambition: Secretary 



HERBERT WARREN 

"Herbie" LOUVERNER FOREMAN 
Track "Lou" 

Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y 

Ambition: Mechanic Ambition: Nurse 



DONZA OLDS 





"A good song is always exciting. 



DELORES GREENE 
Tri-Hi-Y, Choir 
Dramatic Club 
Band, Spanish 

Club 
Ambition: Teacher 



ALTON VAUGHAN 

"Mule" 
Band, N. F. A. 
Industrial Arts 
Tiger Staff 
Ambition: Teacher 



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ELSIE WRIGHT 
Dramatic Club, N. H.A. 
Library Club, Tri-Hi-Y 
Ambition: Lawyer 



JERRY WILLIAMS 

"Stick" 
Band, Yearbook Staff 
Spanish Club, Hi-Y 
Football 
Ambition: Mathematician 



OLIVIA KIMBLE 

"Sis" 
Dramatic Club 
Library Club 
Tri-Hi-Y 
Ambition: Nurse 



CLINTON HAYNES 

"Peete" 
Band, N. F. A. , Hi-Y 
Baseball, Spanish Club 
Ambition: Chemist 




Who Knows? A Future 
Scientist? 



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JOAN HALE 

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MARGERY DUKES 

"Lefty" 
Nurse "Lulu' 

Spanish Club, Basketball Team Teacher 
Tri-Hi-Y, Band Band, Tri-Hi-Y 

Spanish Club 
Dramatic Club 



JOSEPH VINCENT 

"Tookie" 
Football, Hi-Y 
Agriculture 
Ambition: Barbara 



NORMA DAVIS 

"Lee" 
Teacher 



MILDRED WHITE 

"Mill" 
Nurse 
Choir 

WILFORD BYRD 

"Byrd" 
Electrician 
Hi-Y 
N.F.A. 
Football 
Basketball 








ANNUAL STAFF 

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CLAUDETT SHAW ROBERT EDWARDS 

Ambition: Teacher "Goose" 

Band Pro. Basketball Player 

Spanish Club Basketball 

Dramatic Club Hi-Y, N. F.A. 

Tri-Hi-Y 

EUGENE GATLIN 

"Geneo" 
Basketball, N. F.A. 
Pro. Basketball Player Track, Baseball 



JUANITA LAWRENCE 

"Nita" 
Artist 
Spanish Club 

NORMAN JEFFERSON 

"Jeff" 
Band, Hi-Y 
N. F. A. , Football 
Basketball, Track 




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SPONSORS 

Mrs. B. A. Rasberry 
Mrs. F. R. Ballard 
Mrs. J. O. Slier 



Motto: "Getting to the Top of the Ladder Is an Inci- 
dent; To Stay There is an Achievement; To 
Climb the Highest, Who Lifts Himself Up. " 




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CLASS OFFICERS 

President John Sydnor 

Vice-President Alfrette Morgan 

Larry Melvin 

Secretary Ruth Schofield 

Cora Jean Wilson 

Treasurer Evelyn Willie 

Sergeant-At-Arms Kenneth Ellis 

Lynwood Holsey 

Bernette Williams 

Chaplain Stella Harding 



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TENTH GRADE-SECTION 1 

Mrs. M. B. Patterson, Sponsor 

OFFICERS 

President Patricia Wilson 

Vice-President Catherine Writht 

Treasurer Charles Wiggins 

Secretary Margie Wilson 

TENTH GRADE-SECTION 2 

Miss J. R. Setzer, Sponsor 
OFFICERS 

President Dyanne Johnson 

Vice-President Dollie Jones 

Secretary Erma Mcpherson 

MOTTO 

"A winner never quits, and a quitter never wins." 

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TENTH GRADE-SECTION 3 
Mrs. O. A. Walston 

President Janice Westry 

Vice-President Harold Henderson 

Secretary Cora Walk 

Assistant Secretary Barbara Burton 

Treasurer Doris Holey 

Serge ant -at -Arms Rosa Anderson 

Chaplain Maude James 

TENTH GRADE-SECTION 4 
Miss H. R. Pair 

President Theiphilus Lawton 

Vice-President Patrick Thompson 

Secretary Juanita Cross 

Assistant Secretary Lorraine Foreman 

Sergeant-at-Arms Ervin Knight 

Treasurer Clifton Cross 

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NINTH GRADE-SECTION 3 

Mrs. D. L. Knox, Sponsor 

OFFICERS 

President Joyce Ownes 

Vice-President George Williams 

Secretary Lillie Robinson 

Assistant Secretary Geraldine Weston 

Treasurer Lafayette Williams 

NINTH GRADE-SECTION 4 
Miss H. L. Goodman, Sponsor 
OFFICERS 

President Delores Johnson 

Vice-President Calvin G. Haynes 

Secretary Velma Riddick 

Assistant Secretary Alice Sommerville 

Treasurer Margaret Burford 

Sergeant-at-Arms Carroll Selby 

Chaplain Allem Humes 





Class 9-2 Mr. Charles Kenneth Wilson 



Officers President, Robert Singleton 

Vice President. Jesse Sydnor 
Secretary, Carolyn Wilder 
Assistant Secretary, Valerie Mc Coy 
Treasurer, David McClenny 
Assistant Treasurer, Ova Belle Smith 
Sergeant-at-Arms, Roy Sykes 
Chaplain Sharon Redd 
Reporter, DedrDn Brown 





NINTH GRADE-SECTION 2 
Mrs. L. H. Carter 

President Jean Hyman 

Vice-President Catherine Knight 

Secretary Elijah Barnes 

Financial Secretary Wilfred Phillips 

Treasurer Charles Beasley 

Business Manager William Wright 

Sergeant-at-Arms Charles Marshall 

Chaplain James Didley 






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EIGHTH GRADE - SECTION 1 
Mrs. A. A. Durgan, Sponsor 

OFFICERS 

President Joseph Boykin 

Vice-President Ralph Saunders 

Secretary Joyce Cuffee 

Assistant Secretary Joyce Armstrong 

Chaplain Rozelma Freeman 

Parliamentarian Rosella Melvin 

Sergeant-At-Arms Turner Williams 

Corresponding Secretary Ruth Harold 

Treasurer Sarah Sheppard 

MOTTO 
"The roots of education are bitter, but the fruits are sweet. " 

Aristotle 








EIGHTH GRADE-SECTION 3 

Mr. A. Young, Sponsor 

President Robert Sparrow 

Vice President Dorothy Hargrove 

Secretary ^^ry Coston 

Assistant Secretary Mary Harris 

Treasurer Francis Fentress 

Sergeant-at-Arms Chester Smith 

Chaplain Allen Goffigan 






EIGHTH GRADE 

Section Two 
Mr. R. H. Greene, Sponsor 

FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Greene, Johnny Eure, Inez Price, Hellena 
Thompkins, Joyce Russell, Margaret Eure, Floyd Conley, Melvin Lindsey, 
Wilbur Fuller, and Earline Gatlin. SECOND ROW: Lee Russell Dildy, 
Cecil Boggs, George McCoy, Elizabeth Walke, Emma Jone, Jeanette Smith, 
Marion Jranklin, Joan Harris, and Jeremiah Harold. THIRD ROW: Leon 
Fritzgerald, Andrew Reid, Reginald Mosley, Jessie Dillard, Wilbert Dildy, 
Alberta Joyner, Cora Lee Joyner, Thelma Hodnett, Celestine Jackson. 
FOURTH ROW: John Roberts. Raymond Lewis, Rufus Knight. Fred Hodges, 
Melvin Simmons, James Wright, David Freeman, and Linda Baliey. 





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EIGHTH GRADE-SECTION 4 
Mr. Robert L. Gordon 

President Geraldine Ferebee 

Vice-President Marie Uzzle 

Secretary Barbara Diggs 

Assistant Doris Ferebee 

Treasurer Myra Uzzle 

Chaplain Daniel Williams 

Motto: To excel, not to equal 

EIGHTH GRADE-SECTION 6 
Mr. T. C. Smith 

President Pearline Williams 

Vice-President Gloria Macky 

Secretary Shirley Bright 

Assistant Secretary Precillia Harris 

Chaplain Thaddeous Ashby 

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President Dorothy Gordan 

Vice-President Leon Walke 

Secretary Joan Askew 

Treasurer George Burford 

Chaplain Alfred Morgan 

Sgt. -At-Arms Roddick Gary 






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FOOTBALL TEAM 



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CHARLES WALKE 
CO-CAPTAIN 




COACH PRICE 



CHEERLEADERS 



JAMES MILLER 
CAPTAIN 




Mary Mosley, Mary Henry, Allen Clark, Patric Wilson, Margie Wilson 

John Parks, Carolyn Scott, Betty Boggs, Linwood Holsey 
Captain Co-Captain 



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Williams, K. Knight, 

A. Shaw, H. Henderson, C. 

Morgan, E. Gatlin, R. Graves, 

J. Hill, N. Jefferson, Coach J. 

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C. Reid, V. Gary, P. Gregory, T. 
Carter, J. Smith, H. Smith, A. Paint- 
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Above are Mr. T. C. Smith, Mr. C. I. Siler, Guest 
speaker A. H. Jefferson, Mr. H. L. Roberson. 



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Co-Captains Vernon Gary and Bennie Smith 

Trainer Fred Cross 

Coach Mr. William Price 

Cross, Gary, Smith, Graves, Greene, Smith, Gatlin, Car- 
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OFFICERS 

President Raymond Graves 

Vice-President Delores Greene 

Secretary Beulah Williams 

Assistant Secretary Grace Russell 

Sergeant-At-Arms Bernard Williams 

Chaplain Mildred Caffee 

Treasurer Eula Collins 

Business Manager Minnie Ashby 

SPONSOR 
Miss H. L. Goodman 
MOTTO: "Master writers, brilliant actors, sincere directors, 
unique settings, relative to scenes, properties and costumes, 
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OFFICERS 

President Mary Mosley 

Vice-President Charles Murphy 

Secretary. ■ ■ ■ ^^ Bernett Williams 

Motto: "Leadership Training In Action" 
Sponsor Mrs. B. A. Rasberry 

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Vice-President Lea Valentine 

Secretary Josepheni Brickhouse 







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President William Wright 

Vice-President Benard Williams 

Secretary Elijah Barnes 











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President A"on Vaughan 

Secretary Joseph Vincent 



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TOP: Miss Naomi Wright, (Junior) 
"Miss Homecoming-1959" 

BOTTOM: "Miss Homecoming" and 
Attendants, iviiss Shirley Cason, Soph- 
omore; and Miss Audrey Price, 
Junior. 



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President Lea Kellman 

Vice-President Bernette Williams 

Secretary Sarah Clark 

Asst. Secretary Maggalean Williams 

Treasurer Margery Dukes 

Chaplain Carolyn Scott 

President Maggalean Williams 

Vice-President Jessie Sydnor 

Secretary Carolyn Wilder 

Asst. Secretary Arrarnne Saunders 

Treasurer Ora Bell Smith 

Bus. Manager Sharon Redd 








CIVICS CLUB 




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SPANISH I 
SPECIAL CLASS 




KOY A. REID, DIRECTOR 




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PATRONS 



Edward Gordon, Yoder Dairy 

A Friend 

Mr, Henry L, Lam 

Mr. I . V. Jones 

Mr. James McKinnon 

Mrs. Katie Burden 

Mr. Louis Hawkins 

Miss Shi rl ey Boggs 

Rev, & Mrs. S. L. Scott, Jr. 

Temple of God Prayer Band 

Temple of God United Holy CInurch of America 

Six St. Cut Rate, F. V. Porter & H. T. Roberts 

Tyer's Grocery, Salen Rd. 

Mrs. Virginia E, Vaugiin 

Mr. & Mrs. Wei Is 

Mr. W, Francis Taylor, Jr. 



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T. J. HAROLD'S 
TEXACO SERVICE STATION 

Spec i al i z i ng in 

Washing, Polishing and Greasing 

Radio Service 



Phone MAdison 5-4600 




Park Avenue and 
East Princess Anne Road 
Norfol k, Vi rg i n i a 



Andrew Harold 
Manager 



A FRIEND 



Nite Phone 
GArden 8-3421 



Day Phone 
GArden 8-9321 



HAIRSTON'S FUNERAL HOME 



James W. Hairston Seatack 

Vi rgi n i a Beach , 
Vi rg i n i a 



SILVER SLIPPER 



Dancing Nightly 



Joe Ruff in, Prop. 

l8th & Cypress 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 



HAWKINS INN 



Phone: ULysses 39754 




Special i z i ng in 
Southern Fried Chicken, Smithfield 
Ham, and Bar-Be-Cue. 

Two good 
places to eat, here 
and at home. You are 
cordially invited to try 
us and be convinced. 



Bayside Road 
Norfol k, Vi rgl nia 




SeW/t 




Mhe t 



PRIM VALET SERVICE 

Archie F. Al len , Jr. 

Pick-up and Delivery, I Hour 

Dry Cleaning Service 

1 Day Laundry Service 

and Al terat ions 

Kempsvi lie, Va . 

PH: GY 7-^^^^, Res. UL 3-9001 



SINCLAIR 

Phone: GArden 8-5581 



WHITE'S 
Sinclair Service Station 

17th & Cypress Streets 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 





Jimore JJli 



GOODY- GOODY BARBER SHOP 

Expert Barbering 
Special Treatment for Face and Scalp 
Processing by Bones and Slick 

B. Lowe, Manager 
662 Church Street-Norfolk, Virginia 



usic 

TIMBRE MUSIC CENTER 
Robert K. Hal stead 

Records-Sheet Mus ic- 1 nstruments 
Tape Recorders- PI ayers 

Phone GArden 8-4762 

213 25th and Pacific 
Vi rginia Beach, Vi rginia 



A SNACK 
OR A 
SACK 




NELL'S TAKE OUT BAR 

Mrs. Nellie Sears, Owner 

l8th & Park Ave. 

Phone: GArden 8-4103 Va. Beach, Va. 

Specializing Chicken In The Box 



BYRNES DRUG CORP. 

Servi ng 
Aragona Village-Birch- 
wood Gardens-Thalia 
Acres & Village-Acre- 
dale-West View-Knob 
H i 1 1 - I nd ian Ri ver- 
Kempsvl 1 1 e Area 
PRESCRIPTIONS 
.Cosmetics .Toys . Baby Needs. Photo 
F i n i sh i ng . PI ast ic Stocki ngs . Vet- 
erinarian Suppl ies 
Phone: GYpsy 7-3516 

Kempsvi lie, Virginia 



PURE 
kQRUGS 






DOUBLE 
COLA 



DRINK BIG GIANT COLA 
Ful 1 16 oz. 

711 Pecan Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 




BARTEE MOTOR COMPANY 
New and Used Cars 

General Automotive Repairing 
Telephone 2872 



SPOHTinG &00D8 




"TOf NAMES IN SPORTS" 

2310 Atlantic Avemn 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
-:- 

PHONE GA 8-7571 



Fred W. 



saacs 



State Representatives 

Olympic Recondi t i oners 

Hodgman 

Florida Sportswear 

U. S. Divers 

Wi 1 son 

Rawl i ngs 

King O'Shea 

Browning Automatic 

York Barbel 1 s 

Bi ke Web Co. 

Heathways 

Premi er 



D i str i butors for 

Bag Boy 

Southern Mfg. Co. 

Emp i re 

Indian Head Shoes 

Bass 

U. S. Rubber 

Post Mfg. Co. 

Everl ast 

Dunlop 



Stanj i an 

Arlen Trophies 

Dodge Trophies 

Gen. Sportscraft Co. 

F i shi ng Tackl e 

Ai rondack 

Hanna 

Admi ral Jackets 

Penn Ath Co. 



TAXI/ 




DON'S TAXI 

Radio Dispatch 
24-Hour Service 



705-17th Street 
Tele: GArden 8-3232 



Don Sanderlin, Owner- 



See Yellow Pages, Virginia Beach Phone Book, 

Page 169 



M S J SUPPER CLUB 

Specializing In Catering to 

Bar-Be-Cue Banquets 

Steaks Weddings 

Chicken Parties 

Live Entertainment 

Wed. , Fri . , Sat. , 
and Sunday Evening 

MRS. MARY J. HYMAN, PROP. 




FLOOR SHOW ON WEEK-ENDS 

MUSIC BY BOBBIE NICHOLSON 

AND THE SWING BLUESMEN 

Twentieth Street, Extended 
Tele: GA 8-9786 




INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS 

Publishers — Manufacturers 

Yearbooks — Yearbook Covers 

Diplomas — Graduation Announcements 

Factory — Home Office 

Kansas City, Mo. 
U.S.A. 




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BOICE STUDIOS 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.