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Grace Bamforth 
Bailey Spence 
Co-Editors 

Judy Brim 

Sally Hudgins 

Co-Business Managers 

Miss Anna Bland Faison 
Annual Adviser 



Published by the Students of 

PRINCESS ANNE HIGH SCHOOL 

Lynnhaven, Virginia 



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FOREWORD . . . 

Dances, homework, wins, losses, friends, 

strangers, buses, halls, teachers, trees, library . . . 

all these and one thousand other things make up our 

school. With the representative examples 

photographed and described herein, the PEERAGE Staff has 

endeavored to distill the essence of Princess Anne 

and set it before you. Since each student has 

a different total-image of his Alma Mater and each derives a 

different set of benefits from her, the true spirit 

of Princess Anne is "a spirit providing for all." 

With this in mind examine, enjoy, and cherish your 1962 PEERAGE. 



We express ourselves through many media but perhaps 
most successfully- through music, for this is the language 
that knows no geographical boundaries. These students 
gather before school each morning for a brief rehearsal 
with Mr. Graves, choral directoi'. 









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Art opens a limitless realm of expression for the 
individual. Students may create in various materials 
and forms according to their talents and abilities. 
This study contributes both to one's own expression 
of values and to one's appreciation of the work of 
others. 





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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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Come one, come all, to an early morning pep rally! This is a typical 
scene on the Princess Anne campus every Thursday and Friday morning. 



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Standing empty and solemn during 
the summer vacation, Princess Anne 
vibrates with life as its doors open for 
another school year. During the sum- 
mer students respond to the beckoning 
sand and surf — and sun and fun. But 
with the reddening of the first fall 
leaves, the students return to tile and 
brick — study and organization. For 
this is the heart of student living. 

Princess Anne willingly assumes the 
role of Alma Mater. Her maternal 
nature becomes ever more apparent as 
the students seek the advice and en- 
couragement of an interested faculty 
and administration. Past the facade 
of each office, student needs and 
problems are met and reckoned with, 
information and encouragement are 
given, guidance and counseling take 
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Drama gives us a chance to express ourselves 
artistically. "Double trouble toil and trouble . . ." 
chant these witches in MacBeth. 



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Tucked in the stacks are vicarious experiences and valuable 
information available to us for a few minutes of browsing 
and the marking of a card. 



Wrestling takes in boys of all sizes and builds muscles, develops co-ordination, and 
teaches the spirit of fair play. 




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Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y leaders pui'chase food to fill 
Thanksgiving baskets for indigent families. 



Many of us will enter the business world after graduation. Com- 
mercial classes give us the necessary preparation. 



One could liken the school to a modern factory, 
for, in essence, it must mass produce good minds. 
The task is not easy. The home with a tutor is a 
bygone, replaced by large edifices for the education 
of many. The corridors become a network of 
arteries leading the way to specialized instruction 
and assistance, to books and materials, to career 
planning and citizenship building. 




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Courses in industrial arts offer 
us an opportunity to express 
ourselves creatively while learn- 
ing vital crafts in an industrial 

world. 




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The school must mass produce good 
citizens. Within the framework of 
each learning situation the student is 
taught to evaluate with discrimination, 
to set standards and values with cau- 
tion, to respect with admiration — to 
listen, to speak, to think, and to docu- 
ment thoughtfully and carefully. 

Citizens of tomorrow, leaders of the 
future, pulse of the nation — cliches 
to be sure — yet still these are the 
epithets of today's youth. But the 
pulse of Princess Anne is strong for 
its students are active. Sports, clubs, 
and other extra-curricular activities 
thrive on student participation and 
leadership. Our youth will not be 
mediocre citizens, for they are learn- 
ing to discuss intelligently, to think 
critically, and to act rationally. 



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Through clubs and organizations qualities of leader- 
ship and co-opei'ation are developed. 







Participation in a team sport necessitates the forget- 
ting of one's own identity, for tiie team must function 
as a whole in body and in spirit. 




Time is forgotten as the music 
of VPI's Southern Colonels in- 
vites dancing and dreaming. 
Nineteen Sixty -one marked 
the end of the Junior-Senior 
proms. A new precedent was 
set this year with the emer- 
gence of the Senior Prom. 




Many friendships and activi- 
ties are remembered as these 
students look at and read our 
school publications — the 
PEERAGE and the PAGE. 



io socialize and meei Jrienos 



There is nothing like a little fresh air after lunch. 




After observing a panoramic view of 
Princess Anne, we can proudly acclaim 
her provisions for Americanism, individ- 
ualism, and enthusiasm in every facet 
of the student's education. 




DEDICATION 



As the original "Peerage" is a listing of English nobility- 
dating back many centuries, containing the names of the most 
important figures in the history of England, the Princess Anne 
PEERAGE is a permanent record through the years of our 
students and our events. The accomplishments of our predeces- 
sors have made us proud. Our own attainments have given us 
joy, and the promise of our follow^ers strengthens our faith. To 
Princess Anne's own "Peerage" — past, present, and future — 
we dedicate this book. It is our hope that in these pages you will 
find an exemplification of the true spirit of Princess Anne: 
the vital, pulsing heartbeat of an active, progressive school. 




1962 Qae^ of me J^eraqe 

MISS EI^ABETB Je*N^ 







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Mr. J. Warren Littleton 

Principal 



ADMINISTRATION 



Mr. Frank W. Cox 

Superintendent of schools 
Princess Anne County 





Our office staff is efficient and a helping hand to teachers 
and students. Left to right: Mrs. Alice Ege, School Clerk; 
Mrs. Caddye Walker, Bookkeeper; Mrs. Marie Lassiter, 



Principal's Secretary; Miss Dorothy Oliver, Registrar and 
Records Clerk. 




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Mrs. Frances Hudgins 

Director of Guidance 
12th Grade Counselor 

Mr. Edwin Charles 

Assistant Principal 



Mr. James Mounie 

nth Grade Counselor 




Mrs. Betty Bracey 

10th Grade Counselor 

Mr. Peter Sachon 

Assistant Principal 




ENGLISH 




Mrs. Mary Barnes 

Chairman of English Dept. 
B. A. Westhampton 

Miss Roxanne Dark 

A. B. Women's College 
University of North Carolina 

Miss Inez Bryan 

B. A. Limestone 

Mrs. Christine Joyner 

B. A. Longwood 



Mr. Harold Wheeler 

A. B. University of 
North Carolina 

Miss Marie Smith 

B. A. Longwood 

Miss Frances Hughes 

B. S. and M. A. 
East Carolina 

Mrs. Dolores Baron 

B. A. Midland 



Miss Elizabeth Johnson 

B. S. Longwood 

Mrs. Melinda Thompson 
B. A. Coe 

Mr. Larry Williams 

B. S. East Carolina 

Mrs. Lucy Sawyer 

A. B. William and Mary 



Miss Joanne Field 

A. B. Salem 

Mrs. Shirley Armstrong 

B. A. Lawrence 

Miss Betty McCauley 

B. S. East Carolina 

,__ Miss Anna Bland Faison 

O* B. A. Madison 



Miss Annette Hasty 

B. A. Westhampton 

Mrs. Virginia Binks 

B. A. Colorado State 
M. A. Columbia 

Miss Jacquelyn Wills 
B. A. Notre Dame 

Miss Judy Roberts 

B. S. Madison 
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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



Mr. Leonhard Hofmann 

University of Heidelburg 
State Exam 

Mr. Walter Hutchings 
B. A. St. Ambrose 

Mrs. Patricia Brockman 
B. A. Sweetbrier 

Miss Jewel Whitlock 

Chairman of Foreign Language 

B. A. Mary Wasliington 

M. Ed. University of Virginia 



Miss Margaret Moffatt 
B. A. Trinity 

Mr. James Perry 

B. S. University of Virginia 

Mr. Lewis Breedlove 
B. A. Randolph-Macon 

Mrs. Mary Linda League 

B. S. Longwood 



Mr. Thomas Garrou 
A. B. Duke University 

Miss Dian Keel 

A. B. William and Mary 

Mr. Foy Shaw 

B. A. University of 
North Carolina 

Mrs. Delores Fentress 
B. S. Longwood 



Miss Julia Sawyer 

B. A. William and Mary 

Mrs. Jean Robert 
B. A. University of 
North Carolina 

Mr. Thomas Snodgrass 
B. S. Washington and Lee 

Miss Patricia Williams 
B. S. Radford 



Mr. E. E. Cox 

Chairman of Social 

Studies Dept. 

B. S. William and Mary 

M. A. University of Virginia 

Miss Janice Barger 

A. B. Meredith 

M. A. T. Vanderbilt 

Mr. Howard McKenize 

B. A. Guilford 

M. A. University of Miami 

Mr. Robert Pearsall 

B. S. East Carolina 



SOCIAL STUDIES 




MATH 




Miss Margaret Bailey 

Chairman of Math Dept. 

A. B. Elon 

Mrs. Bette Walling 

B. A. Shepherd 

Mr. Norman Fields 

B. A. Elon 



Mr. John Robbins 

B. S. William and Mary 

Mrs. Penny Doyle 

B. S. East Carolina 

Miss Barbara Day 

A. B. Elon 

Mr. Harold Crist 

U. S. N. Academy 
M. A. T. Duke 



Mrs. Clelia Freeman 

B. S. Radford 

Mr. Claude Gimbert 

B. S. Virginia Polytechnic 

Institue 

Miss Rosemary King 

B. S. Baylor 



Mrs. Winifred Martin 

B. S. Wake Forest 



Mr. Roland Woodson 

B. S. Randolph-Macon 

M. A. Columbia University 

Mr. Spencer Wise 

B. S. Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 

Mr. Jack Thompson 

B. S. Concord 



Mr. Ronnie Davis 

B.S. William and Mary 



Mr. James Linn 

B.S. William and Mary 

Mr. Frederick Haase 

B.A. Virginia Pilytechnic 

Institute 

Mrs. Mabel Taylor 

Chairman of Science Dept. 



SCIENCE 



TRADES AND FINE ARTS 




Mr. Frank Weinmeister 

Chairman of Trades and 
Industrial Art Dept. 
A.B. Colorado State 

R. Adm. Francis McCune 

U.S.N. Ret. 

B.S. U. S. Naval Academy- 
Mr. Blair Myers 
B.A. Bridgewater 
M.Ed. University of Pittsburg 

Mr. Howard Niswander 
B.S. Virginia Polytechnic 
Institute 



Mr. James Lassiter 

B.S. East Carolina 

Mr. Harvard Deen 

Rutgers 

William and Mary 

Mr. William McBride 

B.S. Ed. Austin Peay St. 

Mr. George Martin 

Custodian 



Mr. Frank Taylor 

B.S. Emory and Henry 
M.Ed. William and Mary 

Mr. Clark Graves 
B.M.E. Shenandoah 
Conservatory of Music' 

Mr. George Bailey 

B.S. and M.S. Eastern 
Illinois University 

Mr. Daniel Bulter 

B.S. University of Tennessee 



Mr. Cyril Tomko 

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 

Mr. John Grady 

B.S. and M.A. East Carolina 

Mr. James Spencer 
B.A. Elon 

Mrs. Helen DeVita 

B.S. Louisiana Polytechnic 
Institute 



Miss Doris Suit 
B.S. Radford 

Mr. Walter Hughes 

Chairman of Boys' Physical 

Education 

B.S. and M.A. East Carolina 

Mrs. Edith Shields 

Chairman of Girls' Physical 

Education 

B.S. Longwood 

Mr. Otis Huband 

B.F.A. and M.F.A. Richmond 
Polytechnic Institute 
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



BUSINESS 



Mrs. Kathleen Edmondson 

B.S. Madison 

Mrs. Verna Frey 
B.S. Tennessee Tech 

Mrs. Hortense Eason 
B.S. Woman's College 
University of North Carolina 

Mrs. Helen Walton 

Chairman of Business Dept. 
B.S. Mary Washington 



Miss Shirley Jacobs 
B.S. Ed. Madison 

Mr. Harold Revis 

B.S. and M.A. West Carolina 

Miss Ida Faye McMath 

B.S. William and Mary 

Mrs. Anne Owens 
B.S. Ed. Madison 



Mrs. Betty Barco 

B.S. Ed. Longwood 

Mrs. Miriam Leverage 
B.S. S.A. Woman's College 
University of North Carolina 

Mrs. Rose Breedlove 
B.S. Longwood 

Mrs. Helen McMillan 

R.N. School of Nursing 
Park View Hospital 
Pineland Junior College 



Mr. Robert Braun 

Librarian 

B.S. East Carolina 

Mrs. Virginia Folkes 
B.S. Madison 

Miss Sue Lassiter 

B.S. Richmond Polytechnic 

Institute 

Mr. George Coffer 

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic 

Institute 



Mrs. Enid Beazlcy 

Chairman of Home Economics 
B.S. Madison 

Mr. Carroll Coakley 

Chairman of Distributive 
Education B.S. Richmond 
Polytehnic Institute 

Mrs. Mary Sue Spencer 
B.S. H.E. University of 
North Carolina 



HOME ECONOMICS 




DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 




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1962 



Senior year is the apogee of high school life. 
For twelve years, and sometimes more, we have 
struggled to reach this status. Special activities 
such as receiving class rings, producing a class 
play, attending the Senior Prom, and finally be- 
ing graduated set this year apart from the rest. 

Many who were freshmen with us have left 
Princess Anne. Some of these are remembered. 
Others have slipped out of our memories. New 
students joined us and filled the vacancies to 
overflowing. Together we have studied, worked, 
and played and felt the slow approach of maturi- 
ty. 

Now, graduation is here. Some of us are eager, 
others are almost reluctant to leave high school 
where so much has transpired. What lies ahead 
is already outlined for many of us, but even so 
the fulfillment of plans is vague. For who can 



fathom college or the work-a-day world. Previous- 
ly we have known these things only vicariously; 
now we shall experience them first hand, relying 
on the things we have learned. 

Graduation is thought of as an end. Commence- 
ment, though, reminds us that receiving diplomas 
is a beginning. Our venture into the larger world 
of adult years lies ahead. Each individual faces 
this world alone. Learning is a continual process. 
We acquire knowledge in order to achieve wis- 
dom, and schooling is a means to this end. 

In retrospect, we see that life has offered 
much already, but the greatest opportunities are 
before us. With a glance over our shoulders at 
the past, we step forward to face the future, to 
meet the challenge of living enriching lives in- 
dependently. 



Senior Glass (Jfpcers 



Left to right: Mrs. Mary Barnes, class sponsor; Nancy Gotwald, vice-president; Dick 
Garriott, president; Marie Lanspery, secretary; Georgia Fox, treasurer. 





Ann Aaron 
James Amburn 



Nancy Ackiss 
Thomas Ammons 



Leland Allen 
Marilyn Anderson 



Sandra Allrcd 
Nancy Anderson 



Raymond Almond 
Richard Anderson 



Paul Amato 
Marlene Armour 



Mary Ellen Arndt 
Woodrow Baker 



Elizabeth Atwood 
Ronald Ballance 



Amy Austin 
Grace Bamforth 



Carol Bailey 
Mildred Bandelos 



Gloria Baker 
Lewis Barlow 



Velma Baker 
Carol Barnes 





Sandra Barnes 
Robert Blythe 



Tim Barrow 
Howard Board 



Joe Bazemore 
Conrad Boisverf 



Jane Bean 
Judith Boomer 



Elizabeth Bernard 
Lettie Boomer 



Jean Beshears 
Karen Boothe 




Willis Bramlitt 
Mitchell Brody 



Sheron Breon 
Clifford Brown 



Janice Brewton 
Florence Brown 





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John Bissett 
Elvie Bonney 



James Blankenship 
Dolores Bradberry 



Leiand Blehm 
William Bradley 



Bruce Bright 
Gail Brown 



Brian Brinkley 
Johnnie Brown 



Judy Brim 
Patricia Brown 



Roger Brinn 
Judith Bryant 



Elizabeth Britton 
John Buck 



William Brockman 
Nancy Budnick 




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Carol Bunch 
Nita Capps 



Parris Burbage 
Jackie Carroll 



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Henry Burden 
Carol Carson 



eniors 



Francis Cohan 
James Crosswhite 



William Colby 
Judith Crow 



Gerald Collier 
Herbert Culpepper 



Richard Collier 
William Daley 



Ronald Collier 
Wilma Daniel 



Anita Cooper 
Carolyn Danner 





Judy Faye Burgess 
Herbert Cartwright 



Charlene Burke 
Robert Cartwright 



Betty Burroughs 
William Castle 



Thelma Buyrn 
Bruce Clarke 



Nancy Caldwell 
Deborah Clarke 



Frances Cameron 
David Claude 



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Charles Cox Cheryl Cozzens Carolyn Crews 

Carolyn Davidson Elizabeth Davidson Barry Davis 





James Davis 
Barbara Dorsetl 



Nancy Davis 
Steven Doshier 



Paulette Davis 
Gayle Doss 



Robert Dawson 
Louis Doughty 



Lloyd Dean 
William Dovell 



Ruth DeBoer 
Vicki Dudley 



William Duprey 
Arthur Esenberg 



Linda Durham 
Helen Estes 



Cheryl Early 
Shelby Etheridge 






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Harry Dennis 
Sandra Dunbar 



Diane Denson 
Daniel Dunford 



Kay Dickerson 
Jolin Dunn 



Carol Eason 
Anne Faber 



Page Eaton 
Linda Farmer 



Ricliard Edelman 
Marsha Faust 



Thomas Edenton 
Judith Felts 



Dorothy Ellen 
Karen Felts 



Reid Ervin 
Eugenia Ferebee 




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Faye Fisher 
Georgia Fox 



Richard Fisher 
Nancy Fox 



Evelyn Fitzgerald 
Carol Frame 



eniors 



renda Futrell 
Pat Gifford 



Stacy Garrett 
Barbara Gilbert 



Richard Garriott 
James Gilman 



John Garrow 
Mary Gimbert 



Riley Gazzaway 
Cecelia Girard 



Charles Gentry 
Robert Givens 





Carole Flanigan 
Celeste Francis 



Leonard Flanigan 
Carolyn Franklin 



Indie Flora 
Lynn Freeman 



Curtis Forbes 
Joan French 



Berenice Folkes 
Robert Frick 



Robert Forrest 
James Fulmer 




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Helen Goslin 
'ay Haddaway 



Nancy Gotwald 
Anne Hall 



Martha Graham 
Cherry Hall 



John Grandy 
Deanna Halstead 



Glenda Gray 
Merle Hammer 



Ruth Anne Gregory 
La Vaughn Hamrick 



Ernest Hargrove 
Lgis Hebert 



Edward Harmon 
Herbert Heiser 



Sue Harpold 
Patricia Hess 






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Shelby Grimstead 
Gloria Hansen 



Shirley Grimstead 
Sandra Hanson 



Wayne Griswald 
Mildred Hardy 



Henry Harrell 
Pam Hilbert 



William Harris 
Charles Hilton 



Carol Harrison Gwendolyn Hawbecker Ernest Hayes 



Keister Hiteshew 



Allen Hodges 



Sarah Hodges 



Robert Hayes 
Richard Holland 





Robert Hollerbach 
Suzanne Ivers 



Patricia Hopkins 
Connie Ives 



Elizabeth Hudgins 
Louis Ives 



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eniors 



James Jefferson 
James Jones 



Fred Jenlis 
Josephine Jones 



Sandra Jernigan 
Michael Jordan 



Barbara Joaquin 
Vincent Kauffmann 



Diana Johnson 
Louise Kaufmann 



Helen Johnson 
Kenneth Keefe 





Margaret Hudgins 
Richard Jackins 



Barbara Huffman 
Donald Jackson 



Wesley Hughes 
Pat Jackson 



Mary Ellen Imel 
Earl Jacobs 



Sandra Irish 
Alton Jarman 



John Isaacs 
Leon JarTis 



1962 



Robert Johnson 
Rebecca Kellam 



Elizabeth Jones 
James Keller 



G. Robert Jones 
Virginia Kelly 





Eugene Kemph 
Carolyn Kirkpatrick 



Arthur Kennedy 
Gail Klein 



Linda Kerlee 
Fredrick Knack 



Mary Ann Kershaw 
Clayton Krejci 



Fred Keys 
Yang Kue 



Gail Keyser 
Robert Lane 




Marie Lanspery 
George Lederman 



Judith Laramie 
Barbara Lee 



Beverly LaRose 
Carole Lee 





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Major Right 
Sandra Langdon 



Robert LaRose 
William Lee 



James Killingsworth 
Alfred Langhorn 



Larry King 
Joyce Langley 



Daniel Larson 
Lou Ann Legum 



Marcie Larson 
Sharon Leigh 



George Lawrence 
Melvin Leonard 



Frank Leach 
Annis Leveridge 



Randy Leddy 
Robert Little 





Diane Lumpkin 
Kathryn Martin 



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Wallace Lupton 
Lynne Martin 



eniors 



Robert Meads 
Linda Miller 



Edith Meekins 
Stephen Miller 



William Midgette 
Wade Miller 



Stephen Millard 
William Miller 



Robert Miles 
Judith Moore 



Pat Mahoney 
Phyllis Martin 



Douglas Miller 
Kathryn Moore 





Elizabeth Mann 
Louis Mathews 



Diane Mapp 
Lee Mathus 



Jean Marcin 
William Mathus 



Ernest Marrow 
Edward Matney 



Jerry Martin 
Dwain Mattox 



Joey Martin 
Cynthia May 



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Gary Miller 
Victoria Moore 



James Miller 
Joe Monahan 



Laurel Miller 
Betty Morris 





Gail Morgan 
Thomas Myers 



Janet Morgan 
Stephen MacDonald 



Joyce Morgan 
Kathleen McCabe 



Robert Morgan 
Edna Ann McClatchey 



Linda Munden 
Dana McClenny 



Daniel Murray 
Alice McCoUum 



James McDonnell 
JoAnn Newbury 



Elizabeth McGinnis 
Sharon Newing 



Ethel McGonigle 
Diane Newman 






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George Murphy 
Jerry McConnell 



Cecil Myers 
Kenneth McCulIough 



Richard Myers 
Richard McDonald 



Kay McHone 
Harold Newsome 



Robert McKain 
Alan Nilsen 



Joan McKean 
Ronald Nixon 



Margery McKillen 
Sheron Noel 



Thomas Neathery 
Glenn Nyhus 



Linda Newberry 
Richard O'Brien 







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Michall Odening 
Joseph Parker 



Sandra Oliver 
Douglas Paschall 



Virginia Oliver 
Bonnie Paul 



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Thora Pesnicak 
Jean Powers 



Durant Phillips 
Roger Provo 



Sandra Phillips 
Andrea Ranson 



Carolyn Piasecki 
Thomas Rutherford 



Margaret Pick 
Gloria Rea 



Carl Plavidol 
William Reid 





John Osmundson 
Suzanne Payne 



Barbara Owens 
William Peebles 



Maureen Page 
William Pennington 



Forrest Paradise 
Joseph Perry 



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Patricia Plcvyak 
Erena Reynolds 



Diane Plougher 
William Riedell 



Anne Powell 
George Roberts 




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Suzanne Roberts 
Ralph Sanford 



Betty Robertson 
Betty Santti 



Earl Roby 
Kathy Saunders 



George Rodeheaver 
Pete Savidge 



Rebecca Roebuck 
Sandra Sawyer 



Robert Rogers 
Johnnie Scarper 




Linda Scott 
Daniel Smith 



Lynda Scott 
Mickey Smith 



Susan Scurria 
Richard Smith 





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Stephan Rose 
Rachel Schemo 



Kenneth Seay 
Eugene Snow 



Mary Ellen Roosendaal 
Thomas Schmidtt 



Margaret Selfridge 
Robert Solomon 



Clarence Rose 
Diane Scott 



John Shepherd 
Lou Spangler 



Susan Shelby 
Orelia Sparrow 



William Shield 
Bailey Spence 



Alan Smith 
Kenneth Spitzer 1 




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Carl Spruill 
Edna Strawhand 



Gary Spruill 
Mary Studds 



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Emily Tanksley 
Nelson Thomas 



Claude Tate 
Virginia Thomas 



Delores Tatem 
Gail Thomson 



Elizabeth Taylor 
James Thompson 



Daniel Templeton 
Alan Thornton 



Alton Stallings 
Rhoda Sturtevant 



Bruce Terry 
Elaine Thornton 









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Roby.n Stanek 
Richard Strickler 



Barbara Stanford 
McLean Stroud 



John Staylor 
Barbara Styron 



Carolyn Steele 
Mary Sutton 



Jeanne Steinhilber 
Julian Swain 



Michael Stockton 
Linda Tackett 



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Ammon Tharp 
Bob Tillett 



Loretta Thatcher 
Tommie Tompkins 



Margaret Thomas 
Sharon Trenton 





Eileen Tucker 
Thomas Vaughan 



Janet Twiford 
Valerie Vestal 



Don Tyler 
Geraldine Vincent 



Dwight Twiford 
Nancy Von Elm 



Betsy Tysor 
John Ward 



Joseph Upson 
James Waterfield 



Micheal Weeks 
Elaine Williams 



Raquel Weyse 
Harold Williams 



Richard Wheeley 
June Williams 






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Ann Whichard 
Brook Willis 



Bruce White 
Donna Wilson 












Paul Whitehurst 
Gordon Wilson 



Linda Whitmorc 
Raymond Wilson 



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Carolyn Winslow 



Bee Wildridge 
Jane Wilhelm 





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Iris Wright 



Susan Worth 
Jean Zartman 



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THE JUNIOR CLASS 

Our Junior year marks a period of change in tradition and custom in 
the history of Princess Anne. Boldly we have met and accepted these 
changes even though it sometimes meant postponing the fullfillment 
of a dream. The events of this year remain in our memories, vividly 
restating the high points of an unforgettable year. 

Many furiously lamented the loss of the long-avi^aited Junior-Senior 
Prom ; but we realized the necessity for its end. Anxiously we now look 
forward to our Senior Prom. 

The highlight of our Junior year was the receiving of class rings. The 
members of our class were the first to receive their rings as Juniors. 

Soon we shall be mighty Seniors — the last rung in the high school 
ladder. We look forward with eagerness to our last year, but not without 
a backward glance on our wonderful Junior year. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Left to right: Miss Bryan, sponsor; Brenda Koon, vice-president; Richard James, 
president; Claudia Frias, secretary; Mike Matton, treasurer. 




JUNIORS 



Tom Ambs 
Judy Anderson 
Gloria Ange 
Mary Apple 
Mary Armpriester 



Jane Arnold 
Warner Athey 
Rowland Audit 
Freddy Awe 
Homer Bacon 



Mary Lou Baier 
Ann Bailey 
Arnold Baker 
Joe Baker 
Mary Anne Baker 



Jeannie Ballard 
Susan Barber 
Faye Barnes 
Lois Barnes 
Peggy Barnes 



Linda Bartee 
Chet Bartusiak 
Gary Baugh 
Charlene Baum 
Jean Bayles 



Kay Bazemore 
Cookie Beamon 
Beverly Bell 
Winnie Bell 
Susan Benbow 



Bill Bennett 
Greg Benoit 
Pam Birdsong 
Byron Black 
Becky Blonts 





JUNIORS 



Fred Board 
Gerald Boiling 
Jane Bonney 
Jeff Bonomo 
Barbara Boothe 



Johanna Boroughs 
Cynthia Bostain 
Frand Boumila 
Ken Bourma 
Diane Bowdoin 



Barbara Bowman 
Barbara Boyce 
Johnny Boyce 
Robert Bozard 
Joyce Bradley 



Norman Brien 
Janet Briers 
David Bright 
Joe Bright 
Ronald Brock 



Anne Brockmyer 
Brenda Brodie 
John Broughton 
Anne Brown 
Joyce Brown 



Kathy Brown 
Robert Brown 
Scott Brown 
Larry Burbage 
Preston Burgess 



Sharon Burkhart 
Kathy Bushong 
Ruthie Byrnes 
Martha Cake 
Jane Calfee 



JUNIORS 



Coleen Callahan 
Margaret Callahan 
Carolyn Campbell 
Katie Gardwell 
Tereasa Carr 



Carol Carrol 
Betty Carson 
Johnny Carter 
Margaret Cash 
Theresa Casillas 



LaVeme Casper 
Linda Caudill 
Elizabeth Causey 
John Chamblin 
Yvonne Chisholm 



Linda Ciola 
Alvin Clabo 
Donna Clare 
Carolyn Clark 
Elizabeth Clark 



Mike Clevenger 
Marilyn Cole 
Gay Coleman 
Glenn Colley 
Carol Colonna 



Ann Coltrane 
Dottie Colucci 
Steve Conboy 
Bruce Congdon 
Gladys Contildes 



John Cook 
Julian Couch 
Wayne Couch 
Gary Cox 
Marshall Cox 





JUNIORS 



Jane Craddock 
Paul Craig 
Brenda Creef 
Alex Creekmore 
Buddy Crigger 



Sidney Crunk 
Susie Crute 
Amber Cunningham 
Lloyd Curry 
Kathy Dahl 



Karen Daly 
Kay Davis 
Tom Dawson 
Douglas Day 
Rayna Deafenback 



Darlene Deafenbaugh 
Bobby DeMille 
Babs Denham 
Sara Dennis 
Paul DeRocher 



Jim Devine 
Judy Dickens 
Sandra Dickens 
Darrell Divito 
Jennifer Dobbs 



Linda Donaldson 
Bud Donnelly 
Diane Dorsett 
Claudia Doughtie 
Rita Doughtie 



Donnie Downs 
Leona Dozier 
Robert Drumwright 
Lucille Dudley 
Harriet Dugan , 



JUNIORS 

Bonnie Dwyer 
Connie Dyckman 
Fay Edmondson 
Gail Edwards 
Robert Egas 



Steve Eggleston 
Alan Elliott 
Royee Elmore 
Leanne Emmons 
Karen Englett 



Elaine English 
Charan Enroughty 
Robert Esenberg 
David Etheridge 
Mary Ellen Etheridge 



Patsy Etheridge 
Elizabeth Faust 
Sandra Fehrraan 
Jimmy Felton 
Linda Fentress 



Mary Fentress 
Austin Ferguson 
Noel Finney 
Rena Fishel 
Forrest Fisher 



Phil Flanagan 
James Fox 
Nancy Foy 
Joseph Franke 
Philip Franklin 



Rae Eraser 
Tommy Freeman 
Claudia Frias 
Joe Frizzell 
Katie Fulford 







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JUNIORS 



Terry Gallagher 
Bobby Garriott 
Margaret Gates 
Susan Gatlin 
Tanya Gavitt 



Joe Gilliland 
Mary Lou Goode 
Ronnie Goodell 
Stephanie Goodwin 
Aubrey Gordon 



Rod Gossman 
Linda Graves 
Dorothy Greenwood 
Janice Greer 
Anne Greico 



Barbara Grennan 
Linda Grinistead 
Lester Gunter 
Linda Gwaltney 
Jerry Hackett 



Mike Haffey 
Pat Hager 
Drew Haines 
Ralph Haines 
John Hall 



David Hallstin 
Sandy Hamrick 
Diane Hancock 
Anita Hanks 
Gary Hannaford 



Susan Hanson 
Ronnie Harksen 
David Harrell 
Lamar Harrell 
Joe Harris 



JUNIORS 

Malcolm Harris 
Tommy Harris 
Vail Hassan 
Otis Hastings 
Kitty Hawbecker 



Harvey Heckman 
Juanette Heen 
Bob Henderson 
Janice Hendricks 
Janice Hensley 



Kathy Herman 
Vernell Heusel 
Charles Higgins 
Abby Hilton 
Calvin Hilton 



Dickie Hines 
Carolyn Hinkle 
Celene Hodge 
Barbara Hodges 
Ron Hoel 



Robert Hogue 
Judy Holgate 
Ronnie Holloman 
Tim Holmes 
Georgia Hornbake 



Don Houp 
Gary Howard 
John Howard 
Judy Hurd 
Larry Jalbert 



Linda Jalbert 
Al James 
Mike James 
Richard James 
Bob Jenkins 








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JUNIORS 



Carl Johnson 
Ernest Johnson 
Norma Johnson 
Larry Johnson 
Barbara Jones 



Beatrice Jones 
Garr Jones 
Priscilla Jones 
Gloria Jordan 
Dennis Kalinoski 



Dan Kappers 
Fred Keene 
^, j Ronnie Kemp 

Elizabeth Kemper 
Sharon Kern 



Carol Ketchie 
Bill Keys 
Richard Keyser 
Donald Kilgore 
Carolyn Kime 



Mark Kizis 
Joan Knight 
Lenny Knight 
Barbara Koehler 
Brenda Koon 



Kathy Krejci 
Shirley Krouse 
Joan Krynski 
Tom Kuester 
Lois Lambdin 



Mary Ann Landrum 
Pat Lane 
Lyndia Lara 
Douglas La Vesquc 
Linda Law 



JUNIORS 



Steve Lawrence 
Sue LeClair 
Kenny Lemmond 
Sarah Lenelson 
Sandra Leno 



Chuck LeRoy 
Dawn Lewis 
Tommy Lewis 
Ruby Licona 
Marion Lilley 



Nora Lindblad 
Larry Linn 
Carolyn Litchfield 
Van Lloyd 
Jimmie Locke 



Pat Long 
Jon Lowe 
Bobby Luke 
Susan Lyon 
Vicki Lyons 



Pat McCormick 
Frances McCoy 
Donald McCrickard 
Robert McCullough 
Chuck McGathey 



Gail McKnight 
Susan McKnown 
Louise Macomber 
Joyce Magnussen 
Dennis Mailhot 



Barbara Maloney 
Sharon Mansfield 
Cheryl Marshall 
Dallas Martin 
Mary Martin 




JUNIORS 




Jim Mather 
Mike Matton 
Steve Maxedon 
Larry Mayo 
Mike Mayo 



Diane Meade 
Sandy Meade 
Jan Meades 
Bill Meador 
Darlene Medley 



Barbara Messick 
Dottie Meyers 
Frank Midovits 
Bill Miles 
Sharon Miles 



David Miller 
Donnie Miller 
Faye Miller 
Henry Miller 
Joyce Miller 



Judy Lynn Miller 
Donald Miller 
Donna Mohr 
Judy Monahan 
Joanne Moore 



Sharon Moore 
Barbara Moreland 
George Morrell 
Bill Morris 
Billie Jean Morris 



Bobby Morris 
EUie Morris 
Margaret Morris 
Bonnie Mosley 
Joe Moulton 



JUNIORS 



Jackie Moyer 
Peter Muller 
Annette Murden 
Bruce Nath 
Seott Nelms 



Carla Netherland 
Jimmy Newbury 
James Newland 
Phyllis Newman 
Thnetta Newman 



Louisa Nicolas 
Cheryl Nichols 
Gene Nimmo 
David Noble 
Gordon Nolan 



Bill Nosay 
Jeannette Nunnally 
Anne Oakley 
George Old 
Jeff Olson 



Leo O'Neal 
Carolyn Osmundson 
Beverley Owens 
Clyde Owens 
Barbara Oxx 



Jerry Palmer 
John Paradise 
Suzanne Parker 
Frieda Parr 
Malcolm Paul 



George Paxson 
Lee Pearce 
Linda Pearman 
Laurie Peecia 
Harry Penner 




JUNIORS 




Joe Pennington 
Jimmy Perdue 
Mike Persinger 
Alice Pesnicak 
Joell Peters 



Barbara Peterson 
Jimmy Peterson 
Gail Petree 
Paul Petty 
Charles Phillips 



Matilde Pimentel 
Carol Piper 
Robby Pittman 
Janet Poindexter 
Cris Pond 



Pat Porter 
Pat Potter 
Sandy Potter 
Chickie Powell 
Toni Preston 



David Prine 
Linda Pritchard 
Bill Pritchett 
Jack Pruitt 
Cathy Quinn 



Donna Raher 
Diane Rainier 
Bobby Randall 
Brenda Rash 
Dorothy Rawlins 



Flossie Reese 
Bill Reich 
Connie Reilmann 
Eric Rice 
Carol Richards 



JUNIORS 

Shelley Richard 
Bonnie Richter 
Sally Richter 
Raymond Rickerson 
Donna Riedell 



Carolyn Roberts 
Buddy Robertson 
Kay Robinson 
Mary Rockwell 
Darlene Rodgers 



Ann Rollins 
Marvin Rollins 
Betsy Ross 
Vera Rotton 
Judy Roughton 



Sharon Rozitus 
Harold Reubel 
Tom Ryan 
Francie Sachon 
Leo Salch 



Carol Sallwasser 
Louise Sanderson 
Judi Sanford 
Mary Satterfield 
Lee Sawyer 



Jimmy Schwartz 
Mike Schwartz 
Bobby Scribner 
Howard Self 
Ethel Selfridge 



Anna Shafer 
John Shaw 
Kathy Sheeley 
Neal Shelby 
Chuck Sherman 





JUNIORS 



Jackie Shirley 
Penny Shray 
Pat Siddall 
Ronnie Sidwell 
Anne Simmons 



Betsy Simmons 
Dorothy Simms 
Carolyn Singer 
Kalyn Sivills 
Diane Skinner 



John Skinner 
Bob Slaughter 
Delbert Slavens 
Barbara Smity 
Bill Smith 



Carol Smith 
Dale Smith 
Donny Smith 
Kathy Smith 
Pat Smith 



Patsy Smith 
Wayne Smith 
Ronnie Snead 
Robert Snyder 
Ronnie Snyder 



John Sohn 
Carol Spain 
Francine Spanpinato 
Gaynelle Spencer 
Sherri Spidell 



Charles Sprat 
Barbara Spruill 
Rose Spruill 
Jimmy Standi 
Tim Stamatis 



JUNIORS 



Myron Steele 
Sandra Steele 
Sharon Steinmetz 
Mike Stillo 
Sherry Stommel 



Doug Stout 
Leslie Stoutenburgh 
Troy Straight 
Ronnie Strew 
Susan Struthers 



Arthur Summers 
Linda Swan 
Sandy Sykes 
Opal Taylor 
Patsy Taylor 



Robert Taylor 
Rodger Taylor 
Joan Ann Telles 
Carl Tereskerz 
Bobby Thomas 



Sharon Thomas 
Alan Thompson 
Barbara Thompson 
Gary Thompson 
Beth Tignor 



Curtis Todd 
Janet Trenkle 
Connie Trueblood 
Harold Truesdale 
Tommy Tucker 



Van Tunstall 
Lee Anne Turner 
John Tyler 
Denny Valianos 
Margaret Vance 




JUNIORS 




Paula Van Meter 
Billy Vasile 
Jimmy Vaughan 
Ann Vickery 
Sharon Vines 



Carol Walker 
Margaret Ann Walker 
Debbie Wall 
Barbara Wallace 
Ricky Warford 



Joyce Warren 
Mike Warren 
Sandy Watkinson 
Anne Weidlein 
Ed Wendell 



Joe West 
Blake Weston 
Ginny Whalen 
Barbara Whipple 
Allen Whitaker 



Brenda White 
Ed White 
Eileen White 
Larry White 
Sara White 



Terri White 
Willard White 
Bette Whitehead 
Priscilla Whitehurst 
Tracy Wilder 



Mary Ellen Wilkerson 
Betty Williams 
John Williams 
Linda Williams 
Cecelia Williamson 



Richard Wills 
Charles Wilson 
David Wilson 
Don Wilson 
June Wilson 



Margie Wilson t 
Tim Wilson 
Pat Winnett 
Glen Withrow 
Don Wizeman 



Susan Wolf 
Freddie Wood 
Jerry Wood 
Linda Wood 
Kris Woodard 



Duke Woody 
Linda Wright 
John York 
Charles Grey 




Juniors carefully select the stones which when placed in rings will make them seniors 
— next year. 




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Q^/a/is/ics 



MARY ANN KERSHAW— Transfer from 'Granby. Drill 
Team 2; Future Homemakers of America 3. 

MAJOR KIGHT— Semper Peratus Hi-Y 4. 

FREDRICK KNACK— Latin Club 2; Chess Club 3,4, 
Vice President 3,4; Junior Civitan Club 3.4; I.C.C. Repre- 
sentative 3; Manager of Wrestling Team 3,4; Semper 
Paratus Hi-Y 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Executive Committee 
S.C.A. 4. ■ 

CLAYTON KREJCI— Freshman Football; Semper Para- 
tus Hi-Y 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Wrestling Team 3,4. 

KAREN LA FE— Beta Club 3,4. 

ROBERT LANE— Chorus 1,2; Chess Club 3,4; Golf Team 
3,4; Bible Club 3,4; Tennis Team 3,4; D.E. Club 4. 

JOYCE LANGLEY— Transfer from Hewitt-Trussville 
High School. 

MARIE LANSPERY— Future Teachers 1,2,3,4, Treasur- 
er 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, 
Historian 3; F.T.A. Convention Delegate 2,3,4; Beta Club 
3.4; Keyette Club 4, Reporter; S.C.A. Executive Commit- 
tee 3,4;" S.C.A. Representative 3; Homeroom Vice Presi- 
dent 3; Recording Secretary of I.C.C. 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Class Secretary. 

JUDITH LARAMIE— Homeroom President 1,2; Prom 
Committee 1,2,3; Sophomore Class Treasurer, Steering 
Committee; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Sophomore Hall of 
Fame; Vice-President S.C.A. 3; Executive Council of 
S.C.A. 3; PEERAGE Staff 3,4; PAGE Staff 3; S.C.A. 
Representative 4; Senior Class Steering Committee; 
Homecoming Court 4; Ruritan Bowl Court 4; Princess 
Anne Correspondent to Norfolk-Ledger 4. 

BEVERLY LA ROSE— Future Homemakers of America 
4. 

MARGIE LARSON— Art Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Drill 
Team 4. 

WALTER LAWRENCE— Transfer from Norview Art 
Club 1,2; Boys' Chorus 1,2,3; A Cappella Chorus 4; All- 
State Chorus 4. 

WILLIAM LEDDY— S.C.A. Representative 1; Varsity 
Basketball 3,4; Varsity Club 4. 



BARBARA ANN LEE— F.B.L.A. 2; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 



Drill Team 3,4; Theta 



LOU ANN LEGUM— S.C.A. Alternate 1; Latin Club 2 
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 3, Vice-President 4 
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3; Secretary of Honor 
Court 4; Powder Puff Football 4; S.C.A. Executive Coun- 
cil 4. 

SHARON LEIGH— Future Homemakers of America 4. 

MELVIN LEONARD, JR.— Golf Team 3,4. 



ANNIS LEVIRIDGE- 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 



-F.B.L.A. 3,4, President 4; Trinity 



ROBERT LITTLE— Transferred from Tennessee, Beta 
Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Varsity Football 4. 

DIANE LUMPKIN— Transfer from Bishop Dennis J. 
O'Connel High School; Future Teachers 2,3; Latin Club 
2; Spanish Club 3,4; Girls' Athletic Association 2; Cor- 
onet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Historian 4; Junior Civitan Club 3,4; 
S.C.A. Representative 4; Steering Committee 4; PAGE 
Staff 3. 

WALLY MICHAEL LUPTON— Varsity Football 3; S.C.A. 
Alternate 4. 

PATRICIA MAHONEY— Transfer from Glenn Academy; 
Beta Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Drill Team 3,4; 
Keyette Club 4; Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4. 



KATHY VAN MALSEN — Transfer from Marymount 
International School; Spanish Club 4. 

BETSY MANN— A Cappella Chorus 2,3,4; All-State Chor- 
us 3,4; Capers 3,4; Madrigals 4; Florida Chorus Conven- 
tion 4. 

DIANE MAPP— Homeroom President 1; Scepter Tri-Hi- 
Y 1,2. 

JEAN MARGIN- Homeroom Treasurer 1,2; Pep Club 2; 
Future Nurses Club 2; Bible Club 2; Dramatics Club 2; 
PAGE Staff 3; F.H.A. 4; Quo-Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

JOSEPH MARTIN, JR.— Alpha-Phi-Omega Hi-Y 3, Sigma 
Phi Hi-Y 4; Chess Club 3; I.C.C. Representative 4. 

KITTY MARTIN— Prom Committee 1,2; Homeroom Sec- 
retary 1; Secretary of Sophomore Class 2; S.C.A. Secre- 
tary 4; S.C.A. District Conference 3,4; Executive Council 
3; Future Teachers Club 2,3, Secretary 3; Foreign Ex- 
change Student Forum 2,3; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

LYNNE MARTIN— Homeroom Treasurer 1, President 3; 
Art Club 1; Drama Club 1; Pep Club 2; Steering Com- 
mittee 3; Prom Committee 3; French National Honor So- 
ciety 4; National Honor Society 4; Future Teachers of 
America 4. 



PHYLLIS MARTIN- 
Chorus 1,2,4. 



-Future Homemakers of America 1; 



EDWARD MATNEY— D.E. Club 4. 



EDITH MEEKINS— S.C.A. Representative 1; Homeroom 
Vice-President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Cavalier Capers 
1,2; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Keyette Club 3,4; Drill Team 
3,4; F.B.L.A. 4. 

WILLIAM MIDGETTE— Honor Court 1; J.V. Basketball 
1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Homeroom President 4; Sen- 
ior Class Steering Committee. 

STEPHEN MILLARD— "A" Band 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; 
All-State Band 2,3,4; J.V. Baseball 1; German Club 2; 
Varsity Track 2; Key Club 3,4; S.C.A. Representative 4; 
French National Honor Society 4. 

ROBERT MILES— Homeroom Vice-President 2,3, Presi- 
dent 4; Varsity Football 2,3,4; Varsity Track 4; Varsity 
Club 2,3,4, I.C.C. Representative 2,3, Vice-President 4; 
I.C.C. Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; French Club 2; Prom 
Committee 2,3; Cavalier Capers 3; Senior Class Steering 
Committee; Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 2,3. 

DOUGLAS MILLER— Varsity Football 2,3,4; Varsity 
Baseball 2; Varsity Club 2,3,4, Sergeant-at-arms 4; Sem- 
per Paratus Hi-Y 2,3,4; Senior Hall of Fame. 

GARY MILLER— Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; 
Chorus 1,2; Color Guard 2; Homeroom Secretary 2, Trea- 
sm-er 3; Varsity Club 3,4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 
4; S.C.A. Representative 4; Senior Steering Committee. 

JAMES MILLER— Varsity Football 2,3,4; Varsity Baseball 
2; Varsity Club 3,4; Steering Committee 2,3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Semper Paratus Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4; 
Hall of Fame 2,4. 



LINDA MILLER- 
Hi-Y 3. 



-Future Nurses Club 1,2; Scepter Tri- 



STEPHEN MILLER— J.V. Football 1; Varsity Football 
2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Varsity Wrestling 2,3,4, Co-Captain 
4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Prom Committee 2,3,4; Key Club 
3,4; Senior Hall of Fame; Most Valuable Football Player 4. 



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ics 



JUDITH MOORE— S.C.A. Representative 1; "A" Band 1, 
2,3; Future Nurses Club 2,3; Theta Tri-Hi-Y; Drill Team 4. 

KATHY iVIOORE— Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; I.C.C. Secretary 4; Home- 
room Secretary 4; Homecoming Committee 4. 

VICTORIA MOORE— Future Teachers Club 1,2,3,4; Pep 
Club 2; Latin Club 2; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Homeroom 
President 3; Chess Club 4. 



JOAN McKEAN — Transfer from Washington High 
School. Journalism Staff 4; Advertising Manager of 
PAGE 4. 

TOMMY NEATHERY— Transfer from Cradock. Band 4. 

PHYLLIS NELSON — Transfer from Jacksonville, Fla. 
Pep Club 2, President 2; Dramatics Club 2,3, Reporter 3; 
National Thespian Society 3,4; PAGE Staff 3; Cavalier 
Capers 3; Future Teachers of America 4. 



JOSEPH MONAHAN— Journalism Club 1; Prom Commit- 
tee 2; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4. 



BETTY JEAN MORRIS- 
Hi-Y 3,4. 



"A" Band 1,2,3,4; Coronet Tri- 



GAIL MORGAN— Prom Committee 3; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive 3; French National Honor Society 3,4; National Hon- 
or Society 4; Keyette Club Historian 4; Homeroom Vice- 
President 4. 

JANET MORGAN— Bible Club 1,2; Future Homemakers 
of America 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Chaplain 4. 

JOYCE MORGAN— Future Nurses 3,4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 
3,4; PAGE Staff 3. 

ROBERT MORGAN— J .V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 
2,3; Varsity Track 3,4; S.C.A. Representative 3. 

LINDA SUE MUNDEN— Homeroom Secretary 1; Future 
Teachers 2,3,4; Honorable Latin Award 2; Coronet Tri- 
Hi-Y 4. 

THOMAS MYERS— Transferred from Essex Catholic High 
School; French Club 3; Debate Club 3. 

KATHLEEN McCABE— Spanish Club 2,3. 



LEONDA NEWBERRY— Transfer from Columbia High 
School. Bible Club 1,2,3; Future Homemakers of America 
1,2,3; Student Council 2; Debate Club 2; Newspaper Staff 



JOANNE NEWBURY— Transfer. S.C.A. Representative 
1; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1,2; Prom Committee 2; Fu- 
ture Nurse's of America 4. 

SHARON NEWING— T r a n s f e r from Granby. Home- 
room Treasurer 1,2,3; Intramural Club 1,2,3; D.E. Club 4. 

ALAN NILSEN — Homeroom President 1; Steering Com- 
mittee 1; Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 3; Chess Club 3,4, Pres- 
ident 3, Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; 
Junior Civitan Club 3,4, Parliamentarian 3,4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Varsity Wrestling 3,4; S.C.A. Executive Com- 
mittee 4. 

RONALD NIXON— School Spirit Committee 3,4; Prom 
Committee 1,2,3. 



SHERON NOEL— Future Teachers 2,3; French Club 2; 
French National Honor Society 3,4; Homeroom Treasurer 
2; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Historian 3, Vice-President 4; 
Girls' Chorus 3; A Cappella 4. 

GLENN NYHUS— Art Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Annual 
Staff Photographer 4. 



EDNA ANN McCLATCHEY— Bible Club 1,2; F.H.A. 3,4, 
Historian 4. 

DANA McCLENNEY— Quo-Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. 

ALICE McCOLLUM— Latin Club 1; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, 
Chaplain 3; Delegate to District Tri-Hi-Y Convention 2; 
French National Honor Society 4; Chess Club Secretary 
4; PEERAGE Staff 4. 

JERRY McCONNELL — Baseball Manager 1; Basketball 
Manager 2; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Football Manager 2; 
Prom Committee 3,4; Semper Paratus Hi-Y 3,4, President 
4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Council 4. 

KENNETH McCULLOUGH— Varsity Football 3. 



RICHARD O'BRIEN— Spanish Club 2; D.E. Club 4. 

MICHAEL ODENING— Varsity Club 2,3; Pep Club 3. 

SANDRA OLIVER— S.C.A. Representative 1,2,4; Steer- 
ing Committee 1,4; Miss Princess Anne Content 2,3,4; 
Keyette Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Prom Committee 3,4; 
Sophomore Hall of Fame; Senior Hall of Fame. 

VIRGINIA OLIVER— Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Historian- 
Reporter 4; Keyette Club 2,3; Latin Club 2; Beta Club 3, 
4; Homeroom President 3; PEERAGE Staff 3; E.xecutive 
Committee of S.C.A.; National Honor Society 3,4. 



RAYMOND ORR- 
Chess Club 4. 



- Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3; 



RICHARD McDonald— Transferred from France. Class 
President 2,3; Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2,3; Nation- 
al Honor Society 3,4. 

JAMES McDonnell— Transferred from Ridly Town- 
ship High School; Golf Club 1,2,3; Varsity Football 2. 



JOHN OSMUNDSON- 
4-H Club 3,4. 



-Future Farmers of America 3,4; 



BARBARA OWENS— S.C.A. Representative 1,2; Girls' 
Athletic Association 2; Powder Puff Football 3; Theta Tri- 
Hi-Y 4; Drill Team 3,4. 



ELIZABETH McGINNIS— A Cappella Chorus 4; Drill 
Team 4; Future Teachers 4. 

KAY McHONE — Homeroom Treasurer 1; Spanish Club 
2; Future Nurses 3,4, President 4; Beta Club 3,4; Nation- 
al Honor Society 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 



FORREST PARADISE— Transferred from Florida. Latin 
Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Key Club 3.4; Beta Club 3,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 4. 

JOSEPH PARKER— Transfer from Edenton High School. 
Varsity Baseball 1. 



ROBERT McKAIN— Transferred from Vineland High 
School; Varsity Football 2; Vice-President Homeroom 2; 
Varsity Baseball 3,4; Varsity Club 4; Wrestling 4; Art 
Club 3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4. 



BONNIE PAUL — Homeroom President 1, Treasurer 2; 
Freshmen Steering Committee; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.4; 
French Club 2; Powder Puff 3.4; Future Nurses 4; A 
Cappella 4. 



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BONNIE PAYNE— Transfer from California. Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; PAGE Staff 4; Future Teachers Club 4; 
School Spirit Committee 4. 

SUZANNE PAYNE— Homeroom Secretary 2; Latin Club 
3; Future Nurses Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. 

WILLIAM PENNINGTON- Transfer from Maury High 
School. Semper Paratus Hi-Y 4; A Cappella Chorus 4. 

THORA PESNICAK— Future Teachers Club 3,4; Latin 
Club 4. 

PEGGY PICK— Homeroom President 2: Latin Club 3; 
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

SANDRA PHILLIPS— French Club 1; F.B.L.A. 2,3. 

PATRICIA PLEVYAK— Homeroom Secretary 1, Presi- 
dent 2,4; Quo-Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, President 4; Blue 
Ridge 3; Junior Class Treasurer; Prom Committee 3,4; 
Girls State 3; Delegate to Model General Assembly 3; 
Beta Club 3,4; Drill Team Sergeant-at-Arms 3; Senior 
Class Steering Committee; National Honor Society 4. 

ANNE POWELL— Alternate S.C.A. Representatives 1,4; 
Secretary-Treasurer 2,3; Latin Club Vice-President 2, A 
Cappella Chorus 2,3.4; All State Chorus 2,3,4; Madrigals 
2,3,4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Senior Hall 
of Fame, Most Talented. 

JEAN POWERS— Transfer from Norview High School. 
S.C.A. Representative 2,3; Future Nurses 2,3,4, Historian 
3, Secretary 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Latin Club 2; Drill 
Team 3,4. 

ROGER PROVO— S.C.A. Representative 3, Executive 
Committee 4; S.C.A. State Convention 3; PAGE Staff 
3,4, Circulation Manager 3, Editor 4; Honor Court 4; 
Senior Hall of Fame, Most School Spirited. 

ANDREA RANSON— Band 1; Future Nurses Club 3,4. 



WILLIAM REID- 
surer 3. 



-Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4; Homeroom Trea- 



THOMAS RETHERFORD— Transfer. Junior Civitan Club 
3,4. 

SUZANNE ROBERTS— Homeroom Vice-President 1, Sec- 
retary 2; S.C.A. Alternate 4, Representative 1; French 
Club 1,2; Prom Committee 2,3; Cavalier Capers 2, .3; Drama 
Club President 3; National Thespians Club Secretary 4; 
I.C.C. Reporter 4; Homecoming Committee 4; PAGE Staff. 

MARY ELLEN ROOSENDAAL— Transfer from Oscar 
Smith High School; Drill Team 3,4; Dramatic Club 3; 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; S.C.A. Representative 3; PAGE 
Staff 3; Miss Princess Anne Contest 3. 

STEVEN ROSE— Band 1; Key Club 4. 

CLARENCE ROWE— F.B.L.A. 2. 

RALPH SANFORD— Wrestling Team 3. 

KATHREEN SAUNDERS— F.H.A. 3,4; Kennedy Club 3; 
Powder Puff Football 4. 

SANDRA SAWYER— Transfer from Ken High School; 
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4; Chorus 2,3, President 3; Homeroom 
Vice-President 1. 

JOHNNIE MAE SCARPER— S.C.A. Representative 1,3; 
Bible Club '2; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Dramatics Club 3; 
F.H.A. 3; Mixed Chorus 4, President 4. 

LYNDA SCOTT— Homeroom Secretary 1, Treasurer 2; 
Pep Club 2; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; F.B.L.A. 3; A Cappella 
Chorus 3,4; AU-State Chorus 3,4; Madrigals 4; Sextette 
4; Minstrels 3,4. 



SUSAN SCURRIA— Transfer from Cairo American Col- 
lege; S.C.A. Secretary 2, Vice-President 4; Debate Club 3; 
Dramatics Club 2,3; Art Club 2; French National Honor 
Society 4; National Honor Society 4. 

MARGARET SELFRIDGE— French Club 1; Girls Athle- 
tic Association 2,3,4, President 3,4, I.C.C. Representative 
3,4. 

SUSAN SHELBY— Transfer. Spanish Club 2; Dramatics 
Club 1; Glee Club 2; Powder Puff Football 3; A Cappella 
Chorus 4. 

WILLIAM SHIELD— Homeroom President 1,2; Steering 
Committee 1,3; Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 2; Sempter Para- 
tus Hi-Y 3; Delegate to Bovs' State 3; Prom Committee 
3,4; Varsity Tennis 3; J.V. Wrestling 3; Varsity Club 4. 

ALAN SMITH— Future Farmers of America 3,4. 

DANIEL SMITH— Transfer from Plant High School. 

GENE SNOW— Art Club 3,4, Reporter 4; Chief Pho- 
tographer for Princess Anne Publications. 

ROBERT SOLOMON— Semper Paratus 2,3; Spanish Club 
2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3, President 4; Key Club 3,4; Var- 
sity Tennis Team 3,4; Homeroom Vice-President 4; Var- 
sity Club 4. 

LOU SPANGLER— Homeroom Vice-President 1; F.T.A. 
1; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; J.V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity 
Cheerleader 3,4; Sophomore Hall of Fame; S.C.A. Repre- 
sentative 2; Prom Committee 2.3; Cavalier Capers 2,3; 
Powder Puff Football 3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Thespians 
Club Treasurer 4. 



ORELIA SPARROW— S.C.A. Alternate 1; F.T.A. 2,3; 
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4; Latin Club 3,4, Vice- 
President 4. 

BAILEY SPENCE— Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 2,3, Secretary 
3; Spanish Club I.C.C. Representative 2; Homeroom Trea- 
surer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; J.V. Baseball 2; 
Varsity Baseball 3,4; Varsity Basketball 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Key Club 3,4; Senior Class Steering Committee; 
Beta Club 4; Senior Hall of Fame; Junior Co-Editor of 
PEERAGE 3; Co-Editor of PEERAGE 4. 

KENNETH SPITZER — Homeroom Vice-President 1,4, 
President 3; Sophomore Class President; Sophomore 
Steering Committee 2; Key Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, 
President 4; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity 
Club 4; Prom Committee 3; Honor Court Judge 2,3; Dele- 
gate to District Key Club Convention 3; Sophomore Hall 
of Fame; Senior Hall of Fame. 

CARL SPRUILL— Transfer from Granby. 

GARY SPRUILL— Transfer from Maury. 

ROBYN STANEK— Pep Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3. 

BARBARA STANFORD— Latin Club 1,2, Secretary 2; 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 4. 

JEANNE STEINHILBER— "A" Band 1,2; Workshop 
Band 2; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 

MICHAEL STOCKTON— Transfer from Norview; Varsity 
Wrestling 3,4; Sempter Paratus Hi-Y 4. 

RICHARD STRICKLER— Transfer from Cradock; Var- 
sitv Football 2,3,4; Varsity Club 4; Homeroom Treasurer 
2, President 1; Spanish Club 3. 

McLEAN STROUD— Homeroom Vice-President 2, Pres- 
ident 4; Key Club 2; Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 3; Spanish 
Club 3; Semper Paratus Hi-Y 4. 



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MARY MAUD STUDDS— French Club 1; Quo Vadis Tri- 
Hi-Y 2,3,4; Senior Play 3; S.C.A. Alternate 4; Powder 
Puff Football 4. 

RHODA STURTEVANT— Pep Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; 
D.E. Club Reporter 4. 

JULIAN SWAIN— Varsity Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 
Team 1; Track Team 1,2,4; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity 
Club 3,4. 

LINDA TACKETT— F.H.A. 3; Kennedy Club 3. 

CLAUDE TATE— Chess Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Direc- 
tor 4; Football Manager 2,3,4; Track Manager 2; Varsity 
Club 3,4. 

IRENE TATUM— Bible Club 3,4; Future Nurses Club 4. 

DANIEL TEMPLETON— Bible Club 1,2,3,4, President 3,4. 

BRUCE TERRY— Tennis Team 1,3,4; Varsity Club 3. 

AMMON THARP — Homeroom Vice-President 1, Reporter 
2; "A" Band 1,2,3; Kappa Phi Delta Hi-Y 1,2, Treasurer 
2; Cavalier Capers 1,2,3; March Minstrels 2; Varsity 
Baseball 1,2,3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; A Cappella Chorus 3,4, 
Librarian 4; All State Chorus 4; Boys Chorus 3; Senior 
Hall of Fame. 

GAIL THOMSON— J.V. Cheerleader 1; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive 1,2, Alternate 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1, Vice- 
President 1; Girls' Chorus, Vice-President 2; Powder Puff 
Football 3,4. 

MARGARET THOMAS— Future Teachers of America 2, 
3,4; Quo- Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 

ALAN THORNTON— J.V. Basketball 1; Prom Committee 
1; S.C.A. Alternate 2; Semper Paratus Hi-Y 3,4; D.E. 
Club 3. 

ELAINE THORNTON — Transfer from Rogers High 
School; Prom Committee 3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; French National Honor Society I.C.C. Represen- 
tative 3; Art Club Treasurer 3; Dramatics Club 3; Powder 
Puff Football 3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3.4, President 4; Ruri- 
tan Bowl Court 4; Beta Club Convention 3; Delegate to 
S.C.A. Workshop 4. 

TOMMIE TOMPKINS— Transfer from St. Mary's Acad- 
emy; Dramatics Club 3; Glee Club. 

JANET TWIFORD— F.H.A. 2; Girls' Chorus 3; A Cap- 
pella Chorus 4. 

DONALD TYLER— Vice-President of Radio Electronics 
4; D.E. Club 4. 

BETSY TYSOR— Theta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; 
Pep Club 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 2; Mixed Chorus 3; A Cap- 
pella Chorus 4. 

PXIGE VALENTINE — Homeroom Secretary 1, Vice- 
President 2, President 4; S.C.A. Representative 3; Theta 
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Parliamentarian 2, Secretary 3, Recording 
Secretary 4; M.G.A. Delegate 3; Prom Committee 3; Beta 
Club 3,4; Keyette Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y 
Council Secretary 4; National Latin Exam, Honorable 
Merit 2; Wildlife Essay Contest, Certificate of Merit 3. 

THOMAS VAUGHAN— Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4, Reporter 4; 
Prom Committee 3; School Spirit Committee 4. 

VALERIE VESTAL— Homeroom Vice-President 1, Pres- 
ident 2; S.C.A. Representative 3,4; Drill Team 2,3,4; 
Athena Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; I.C.C. 
Chaplain 4. 



NANCY VON ELM— Pep Club 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Latin 
Club 2; Girls' Athletic Association 2; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive 3; S.C.A. Executive Council 4; Homeroom Secretary 
4; Beta Club 3.4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, President 4; Hi-Y 
Tri-Hi-Y Council 4. 

JOHN WARD— French Club 2; French National Honor 
Society 3,4; Chess Club 3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3.4, Secretarr 
4; S.C.A. Representative 3; President of The S.C.A. 4"; 
Delegate to S.C.A. District Convention 4; Delegate to 
S.C.A. State Convention 4; Key Club 4; Delegate to State 
Key Club Convention 4; Delegate to District Key Club 
Convention 4; Prom Committee 3; Beta Club 3,4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Boys' State 3. 

SANDRA WATERFIELD— D.E. Club Treasurer 4. 

MICHAEL WEEKS— Transferred from Virginia Beach 
High School; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4; School Spirit Committee 
4. 

RAQUEL WEY'SE— S.C.A. Representative 1; Homeroom 
Vice-President 2; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 1; French Club 1; 
Prom Committee 2; Sophomore Hall of Fame; Sophomore 
Steering Committee; Annual Staff 3; National Thespians 
3,4, I.C.C. Representative 3. Historian 4; Dramatics Club 
3; J.V. Cheerleaders 2; Varsity Cheerleaders 3,4, Cavalier 
Capers 2,3. 

RICHARD WHEELEY— Wrestling Manager 2,3; Varsity 
Club 2,3,4. 

ANNE WHICHARD— Future Nurses' Club 2,3,4; Drill 
Team 3,4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4: 

LEE WILDRIDGE— Transfer. Spanish Club 3; Chorus 
1,2,3, J.V. Cheerleader 1. 

MARY JANE WILHELM— D.E. Club 4. 

ELAINE WILLIAMS— Future Teachers of America 1: 
Dramatics Club 2. 

HAROLD WILLIAMS— J.V. Football 2; Alpha Phi Omega 
Hi-Y 3; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4. 

BROOK WILLIS— Transfer from Annandale High School; 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Girls' Athletic Association 3; Pow- 
der Puff Football 3,4. 

DONNA WILSON— F.T.A. 2.3; Dramatics Club 3; Ken- 
nedy Club 3; F.H.A. 4. 

BRENDA WOMACK— F.H.A. 2; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; 
Homeroom Reporter 2; A Cappella Chorus 3,4; Madrigals 
4; All State Chorus 4; Ruritan Minstrels 3.4; PAGE Staff 
3; Annual Staff 4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4; Senior Hall of 
Fame. 

NANCY WOODHOUSE— Homeroom Secretary 1; S-C.A. 
Alternate 1: F.B.L.A. 3.4. Treasurer 4. 

JOHN WOODWARD— Key Club 3,4; Semper Paratus 
Hi-Y 3,4; Chess Club 3. 

SUSAN WORTH— Transfer from Texas; Future Nurses 
Club 3,4. 

IRIS WRIGHT— Transferred from Norview; Future Busi- 
ness Leaders Of America 4. 

EVELYN YAHN— Pep Club 1; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica 2,3,4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Historian 4. 

DAVID YOUNG— Latin Club 1,2; J.V. Football 1.2; J.V. 
Basketball 1.2; Track 1.2; Homeroom Treasurer 2. Vice- 
President 3; Varsity Football 3.4; Varsity Basketball 3: 
Varsity Club 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3. 

JEAN Z.ARTMAN— Transfer from Granby; Coronet Tri- 
Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club Secretarv 3; \ Cappella 3,4; Future 
Nurses 3.4; Powder Puff Football 3,4; PAGE Staff 4; 
Magazine Staff 4. 



THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Sophomore year is usually thought of as the second year in high school. 
For those of us who attended Princess Anne last year this has been the 
second ; but many of us were new to PA in September, having completed 
our freshman year at Kemps ville Junior High. 

The Class of '64 numbers approximately 1,000. Getting to know each 
other and developing a sense of class unity has not been easy. It has been 
fun though and in the two years ahead of us, we shall grow in spirit 
as a class. 

We look forward to being juniors. Added responsibilities and an increase 
in activities are a challenge to us. We have absorbed the essence of the 
Cavalier spirit. Now it is our job to carry this spirit forward and to 
set an example for those who follow us. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Left to right: Larry Legun, president; Betty Brinkley, treasurer; Charlie Wilbourne, 
secretary; Buster O'Brien, vice-president. 




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SOPHOMORES 



Betty Ackiss 
Don Adams 
Sandra Adams 
Tommy Adams 
Jerry Agolini 
Jill Akins 



Mary Alexander 
Nancy Alexander 
Roy Allen 
Elizabeth Alligood 
Barry Almond 
Dana Ambrosen 



Jean Anderson 
Richard Anderson 
Beverly Andrews 
Ricky Angelico 
William Archibald 
Eddie Arnhold 



Peter Atherton 
Sherry Austin 
Linda Babb 
Charlene Bacon 
Barbara Bailey 
Betty Bailey 





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David Bailey 
Dick Baker 
Patricia Baker 
Ronnie Baker 
Nancy Baldridge 
Edgar Baldwin 



Marvin Ballard 
Gayle Bannernian 
Curtis Barnes 
Dale Barnes 
Eloise Barnett 
Alice Barrett 



Charles Barton 
Rosalind Basnight 
Butch Baum 
Sandra Baush 
Cathy Baydowicz 
Douglas Bayse 



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Don Beacham 
Rick Becraft 
Walter Behrens 
Ray Beisgen 
Bonnie Bell 
Carole Bell 



Patricia Bell 
Bettie Bento 
Mary Lou Berger 
Karen Bernsten 
Barbara Berry 
Diane Beshears 



John Bevel 
Barbara Biche 
Chris Bilby 
Sharon Bingley 
Dwight Blankenbaker 
Joan Blankenship 




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Suzy Blankenship 
Barbara Blevins 
Edward Blonts 
Carol Blythe 
Thomas Bonney 
Sarah Bond 



Venida Bowden 
Sandra Bowdoin 
Sandra Bower 
Allen Bowman 
Larry Bowman 
Christine Boyer 



John Bradford 
Aubrey Bradshaw 
Charles Brake 
Carl Bramlitt 
Robert Branch 
Sharon Braun 



Eugene Bray 
Bonita Bretholz 
Railey Brewer 
Thomas Brewster 
Gayle Bright 
Robert Brindley 




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Betty Brinkley 
Diane Britton 
Tommy Brook 
Peggy Ann Broughton 
Constance Brown 
Jeanne Brown 



Pat Brown 
Sandy Brown 
Tom Brown 
Herman Browning 
Jon Brunson 
William Bryant 



Denny Buchanan 
Nancy Buckner 
Jerry Bullock 
Barbara Bunn 
Anne Burgess 
Charles Burgess 



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Charles Burke 
Linda Burner 
Bobby Burnett 
Robert Burroughs 
Carol Bush 
John Butler 



LeRoy Butler 
Vera Butler 
Sandra Calhoun 
Stanley Calhoun 
Bobby Cannon 
Richard Cantwell 



Richard Capps 
Bonnie Carawan 
Terry Carawan 
April Caraway 
David Cardillo 
Robert Carper 



Charles Carr 
George Carroll 
Marshall Carter 
Marjas Caskey 
Gordon Casper 
Don Castle 



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SOPHOMORES 



Bill Caten 
Dennis Gates 
JoAnn Cauley 
Bonnie Cavender 
Gail Cayee 
Cathy Ceshire 



John Chaisson 
Susan Chamberlain 
Alison Chanik 
Robert Chapman 
Louis Chappell 
Linda Charnock 



Michael Cherwa 
Daniel Childress 
Cecile Chisholm 
Richard Chrisman 
Sandra Churchill 
Rodney Clabo 









Ken Claire 
Patricia Clark 
Jimmy Clarke 
Carolyn Claude 
Judy Clayton 
Jimmy Claxton 



James Clemens 
Judy Clifton 
JoAnne Clukey 
Barbara Coates 
Ronnie Cofield 
George Cogswell 



Pete Cole 
Wayne Colleran 
Barbara Colley 
Clyde Collier 
Linda Collier 
Lorenda Collier 



Audrey Collins 
Robert Collins 
Barbara Connor 
Richard Conway 
Angelena Constantine 
Bill Cook 




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Carol Cooke 
Linda Cooper 
Patricia Cooper 
Pam Cornett 
Jean Cornetta 
Louisa Costenbader 



Sue Cottle 
Charles Coulborn 
Ralph Coultice 
Paula Coussens 
Martha Cowand 
Pat Cowden 



Andrew Craddock 
Maureen Craft 
Karen Cresswell 
Mike Crockett 
Judy Cronk 
Bonnie Croom 



Bill Crowlins 
Betty Anne Crunk 
Joe Culwell 
Sharon Cunningham 
Charles Curtis 
Johnny Dale 



Peggy Dale 
Donald Danielson 
Dennis Dannazzo 
Dennis Davenport 
James Davenport 
Joella Davenport 



Susan Daves 
Diane Davidson 
Stanley Daives 
Charlene Davila 
Allen Davis 
Robert Davis 



Pete Day 
Randy Dean 
Becky Deauville 
Carolyn Deaver 
Edmund DeBary 
Gena Deel 




SOPHOMORES 



Rena DeJoseph 
John Dempsey 
Fred Detterman 
Eileen Dickerson 
Candy Dixon 
Mike Dobyns 



Bill Dodson 
Bobby Donati 
Martha Donnell 
Bill Dorsey 
Larry Dowdy 
Nancy Dowdy 



Jeannie Dozier 
Harrison Dudley 
Paul Duggan 
Tommy Dunford 
Janet Dunning 
Claudia Duval 





Carol Dyer 
Rod Dyer 
Brenda Eason 
Vic Eason 
Walter Edenton 
Pat Edgerton 



Sandy Edmisten 
Bridgett Edwards 
Katy Ege 
Bill Ehrhart 
Albert Eisenburg 
Marshal Ellis 



Barrie Emerson 
Sally Emmett 
Linda English 
Tom Erickson 
Tonie Estridge 
Mike Eubank 



Cathy Evans 
Donald Evans 
Sheila Evans 
Bobby Faison 
Patricia Falletta 
Suzy Farcier 



SOPHOMORES 




Audrey Farmer 
George Farrow 
Zora Fentress 
Julia Ferebee 
Jay Ferguson 
Remona Ferguson 



Barry Ferrell 
Betty Fletcher 
Harold Fields 
Allen Fincher 
Joyce Fincher 
Mike Fisher 



Terry Fisher 
Carol Flora 
Nina Flora 
Barbara Flowers 
Judi Flowers 
Phil Forbes 



Sandra Forbes 
John Ford 
Richard Forest 
Carolyn Fowlkes 
Eric Fox 
Patsy Fox 



Elaine Foxwell 
Ernest Franke 
Billie Jo Freeman 
Carol Freeman 
Gary Freeman 
Shirley Freeman 



Ken Fudala 
Lonny Gallagher 
Suzanne Gambill 
Thomas Garceau 
Bill Gamer 
Helen Garrett 



James Garrett 
Barbara Garrington 
Pat Garrow 
Boyd Gavitt 
Cecilia Gerloff 
Becky Gettle 




SOPHOMORES 



Joan Gibbs 
Kenny Gibson 
Donald Gidley ' 
Al Giglia 
Bonny Gilbert 
Betty Giles 



Gloria Gilliam 
Sandra Gilson 
Johnny Gimbert 
Jewel Glisson 
Mary Gordon 
Linda Graffy 



Phyllis Graham 
Billy Greaves 
Thomas Green 
Virgie Gregory 
Clyde Griffen 
Jan Griffith 







Patsy Grimes 


Audrey Grover 


Kenneth Grubbs 


Kathy Guichard 


Judy Haddock 


Robert Haley 


Judy Halstead 


Elaine Hamlett 


Richard Hamlin 


Susan Hammer 


Addie Hanna ;^M 


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Joe Harlow 3 


Aileen Harmon f 


Barbara Harper l| 


Dick Harper 


Nancy Harrell 


Marcia Harrier 


Ronald Harrington 


Cathy Harris 


Jane Harrison 


Robert Harvey 


Christine Harvey ' 


Loni Haskin , 



SOPHOMORES 




Gary Hatch 
Brian Hatheway 
Linda Havens 
Bill Hawkinson 
Mike Hayes 
James Heath 



Walter Hedge 
Donna Hedgepath 
Anne Heflin 
Laurie Heilman 
Harold Helms 
Charles Hembree 



Christine Hemming 
Jimmy Henderson 
Nina Henderson 
Tom Hendrickson 
Joan Hendrix 
Ronald Henley 



Dorothy Hennigan 
Linda Hensley 
Carole Herzke 
Robert Hess 
Mickey Hessel 
Don Hewett 



Carla Hickman 
Pam Highsmith 
Larry Hightovver 
Nancy Hilburn 
Ronnie Hilburn 
Vivian Hill 



Larry Hilliard 
Glenn Hilton 
Clyde Hines 
Corky Hissong 
Bobby Hitt 
Carol Hodges 



Judy Hodges 
Cheryl Hod 
Gloria Hogge 
Pam Hogue 
Carolyn Holder 
Barbara Holland 




SOPHOMORES 



Kay Hollaway 
Lonnie Holly 
Helen Holliday 
Bill Holmes 
William Holt 
Terry Holtzman 



JoAnne Horeis 
Carol House 
Frances Howard 
Robert Howard 
Linda Howell 
Russell Howell 



Bob Howerin 
Allie Hudgins 
Mary Fran Hughes 
Pat Hughes 
Robert Hughes 
Marcus Hulings 





Steven Humphries 
Marilyn Hutchins 
Linda Hurdle 
Carol Ingram 
Pat Ingram 
Gay Ivers 



Jeanne Ives 
David Jackson 
Timothy Jerrell 
Ralph Jenkins 
Pamela Jennette 
Doug Jennings 



Jerry Johnson 
Richard Johnston 
Edith Jones 
Evelyn Jones 
Gary Jones 
Norman Jones 



Diane Jorjorian 
Kathy Joy 
John Joyce 
Oliver Joyner 
John Judge 
Susan Kadas 




SOPHOMORES 



Cheryl Kaetzel 
Kathy Kamps 
Henry Kaufman 
Jackie Keeney 
Phillip Keeter 
Pam Keiber 



Judy Keller 
Susan Kelly 
Suzanne Kelly 
Bill Kerber 
John Kern 
Lee Kerr 



Sandy Keyser 
Robert Kieffer 
William Kight 
Ralph Killian 
Helen King 
Richard King 



Steve Kinnie 
Joanne Kishbaugh 
Julie Koelenbeck 
Billy Krantz 
Ugie Kreismanis 
Anna KroU 



Ronnie Kull 
Frank La Chance 
Frank La Grange 
Laura La Fox 
Judy La Hay 
Alma Gene Landolf 



Benny Lane 
Pat Lane 
Pat Lanning 
Sandra Law 
Elaine Lawler 
Judy Layden 



Sharon Leary 
Rodney Paul Leddy 
Donald Lee 
Lynda Lee 
Nelson Lee 
Ruth Leedon 




SOPHOMORES 



Rollean Leggett 
Larry Legum 
Jackie Lemley 
Marag Lesaos 
Joyce Lester 
Tommy Levitt 



Patricia Lewis 
Phil Lewis 
Syble Lewis 
Don Lips 
Sharon Litchfield 
Carol Little 



Jeanne Lounsberry 
Janice Love 
Pat Lucas 
Mary Lund 
Geraldine Lupton 
Richard McAndrew 





Mary McAuslan 
Elaine McBride 
Bruce McCaulsland 
Anita McClain 
Barbara McClellan 
Charlotte McClellan 



Jackie McClellen 
Ken McCool 
Carolyn McCoy 
Janice McCoy 
Terry McCoy 
Eddie McGee 



Jack McGinnis 
Bill McGlamery 
Sharyn McGrath 
Jimmie McKewen 
Betty McLaughlin 
Sandra McNeill 



Richard McMahon 
Chai-les McMurray 
Darlene McTaggart 
Judy Maggio 
Carol Magaroski 
Carolyn Madison 



SOPHOMORES 




Ellis Malabad 
Harvey Marshal! 
Jeanne Carryl Marshall 
Scott Marshall 
Pat Marthcutte 
Betty Martin 



Bryan Martin 
Judy Martin 
Whit Martin 
Samuel Martinette 
Carmen Martinez 
Barbara Matejack 



Floyd Matthews 
Joe Mattox 
James Matyiko 
Barbara Maxwell 
Robert Mayfield 
Steve Mayo 



Leonardo Mazzel 
Larry Meager 
Regina Melton 
Karen Messina 
Mike Messina 
Vern Meyer 



Judy Miessau 
Johnny Miles 
David Miller 
James Miller 
Roxie Miller 
Tommy Miller 



Donald Milner 
Mary Mitcham 
Stephanie Modlin 
Abel Moore 
James Moore 
Jeanne Moore 



Judy Moore 
Wayne Morey 
Tom Morgan 
Sue Morrell 
Connie Morris 
Pat Morris 



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SOPHOMORES 



Marilyn Moser 
Margaret Moulton 
Betty Mulder 
Teddy Mulkey 
Douglas Munden 
Barbara Murphy 



Leslie Mustin 
Jerry Myers 
Peggy Myers 
Claudette Neal 
Earl Neal 
Kathleen Nearman 



Nancy Neathery 
Carol Nevins 
Mary Newman 
Harold Newsome 
Mac Newton 
Anne Nichols 





Gail Nilsen 
Sandra Nipper 
Patricia Nivens 
Jimmy Nixon 
John Nixon 
Richard Nolan 



John Norris 
Shannon Norris 
Marlene Nutter 
Pat Oakley 
Buster O'Brien 
Susan Odening 



Tim Odening 
Karen O'Grady 
Dorothy Ohman 
Lynn Oliver 
Terry Onspaugh 
Suzanne Osborne 



Dennis Ostman 
Jeanne Overstreet 
Wayne Overstreet 
Lawrence Overton 
Linda Owens 
LeRoy Pace 




SOPHOMORES 



John Pachico 
Thomas Padrick 
Linda Painter 
Lynette Pallett 
Judy Palmer 
Robert Palombo 



Sandra Parke 
Elaine Parkinson 
Barbara Parker 
Linda Parker 
Carol Paulsen 
Helen Pavey 



Betty Paxson 
Bill Payne 
Nancy Payne 
Stewart Payne 
Joe Peccia 
Joe Pecsek 



Don Pennington 
Vera Pennington 
Patsy Perkins 
Helen Perry 
Teresa Peters 
Bonnie Peterson 



Larry Petty 
Beverly Pflueger 
Diane Phelps 
Frances Phillips 
Nelly Pimentel 
Beth Pitt 



Robert Pollard 
Delores Porter 
Jim Bob Porter 
Joe Porter 
Van Presson 
Russel Pritchard 



Ruth Pruitt 
Bill Quinn 
Danny Rabb 
Carol Ralston 
Lenny Ransdell 
Carol Ransom 




SOPHOMORES 



Luther Reesen 
John Reese 
Carla Rehnback 
Bob Reithknecht 
Catherine Rentsch 
Mary Reveley 



Maria Rice 
Edgar Richard 
Gail Richard 
Donna Richardson 
Francine Richardson 
Ronnie Richardson 



Tommy Ridings 
Robert Riggs 
Barbara Riley 
Ronnie Rineer 
Patsy Roache 
Joe Robbins 






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Lawrence Robert 
Sara Roberts 
Jeanette Robinette 
Dennis Robinson 
JoAnn Rodes 
Burlin Rogers 



Harry Rogers 
Wayne Rodgers 
Jacqueline Rogers 
Jimmy Rogers 
Cecile Romer 
Elaine Roosendaal 



Rita Root 
Anne Ross 
Joannie Ross 
Paul Ross 
Theresa Rountree 
Carole Royall 



Karin Rucker 
Melody Rucks 
Cloite Rudacil 
Donald Russell 
George Sandifer 
Cindy Sanford 



SOPHOMORES 




Frances Sansone 
Patricia Saunders 
Jerry Schappacher 
Judy Schmidt 
Hike Schmidt 
Mike Schmidt 



Sherrell Schuler 
Shannon Schweler 
Joe Sciortino 
Brenda Scott 
Norman Scurria 
Shirley Seay 



Pat Seeg-ers 
Ralph Seery 
Phyllis Seigler 
Warren Sexton 
Sharon Seymore 
Ronald Shackleford 



Rose Shaw 
David Shonerd 
Lois Shorter 
Eddie Shuford 
Diane Sidall 
Steve Siegfried 



Danny Simmons 
Steve Simms 
Bill Simpson 
Debra Simpson 
Mike Singer 
Richard Sirginson 



Dottie Sisson 
Diane Skaggs 
Sherry Sloan 
Barbara Smith 
Don Smith 
Gail Smith 



Johnny Smith 
Rebecca Smith 
Russell Smith 
Marlissee Snuffin 
Dianne Snyder 
Irving Snyder 




SOPHOMORES 



Alan Spence 
Jean Spence 
Richard Spence 
Carol Spencer 
Warren Spencer 
Gloria Spivey 



Ronald Sprinkle 
Pam Stadler 
Lynn Stanatis 
Charles Stamm 
Earlene Stanley 
Ronald Stansbury 



Peggy Starke 
Hal Stata 
Ronnie Stavler 
Anne Stebbins 
Delores Steele 
Jimmy Stephenson 








Benjy Steverson 
Bill Stewart 
Cathy Stewart 
Carol Stimson 
Pam Stokes 
Susan Stokes 



Madeline Stall 
Joe Stonic 
Sue Strew 
Brenda Strouse 
Carol Stubblefield 
Tanya Stuckey 



Ruby Sturtevant 
J. L. Styron 
Rose Sullivan 
Bill Sumrall 
Daniel Swain 
Kathleen Swenson 



Darlene Swift 
Marilyn Tate 
Billy Tatum 
Gary Taylor 
Preston Taylor 
Susan Tayloe 



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Steve Templer 
Dwig-ht Terrell 
Bill Terry 
Janet Thimes 
Sylvia Thomas 
William Thomas 



Carol Thomson 
Janet Thompson 
Teryl Thornton 
Barbara Thurman 
Becky Timmerman 
James Todd 



Pam Tompkins 
Gene Tracy 
Joe Trammel 
Aubrey Treakle 
Buddy Treakle 
Bill Trenkle 



Jimmy Troutman 
Dennis Truesdale 
Max Tuck 
Irving Tuck 
Gilliam Tucker 
Bill Turner 



Dorothy Turner 
Pam Turner 
Rena Turner 
Nancy Turpin 
Karen Tuttle 
Frances Twiford 



Page Twiford 
Richard Twiford 
Cheryl Tyre 
Richard Ulrich 
Jerry Valianos 
Doug VanGement 



Janet VanHorn 

Marianne VanNieuwenhuise 

Bobby Van Voorhis 

Wallace Vaughn 

Caryl Vignoli 

Margaret Vizthum 




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David Voliva 
David Voorhes 
Rodger Vorce 
Mike Wade 
Pat Wade 
Brenda Waff 



Linda Wagner 
Ronald Wakeham 
Allen Walker 
Bobby Walker 
Carole Walton 
David Ward 



Sharon Ward 
Brent Warford 
Earl Warren 
Ray Waterfield 
Connie Waters 
Charles Weaver 





Claudia Welch 
Nick Werle 
Jim Wester 
Dian Weston 
Allen Whichard 
Molly White 



Stephen White 
Steve White 
Estelle Whitehurst 
Franklin Whitehurst 
Mary Whitehurst 
Thelma Whitehurst 



David Whitbeck 
Pam Whitney 
Darlene Wilber 
Charlie Wilbourne 
Betsy Wildridge 
Bruce Wilkerson 



Jeanne Wilkerson 
Jim Wilkins 
David Willet 
Bill Williams 
Calvin Williams 
Daryl Williams 



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Donna Williams 
Irene Williams 
Joyce Williams 
Kay Williams 
Linda Williams 
Robert Williams 



Jackie Willis 
Mike Willis 
Pat Willis 
Sandra Willis 
Barbara Wilson 
Cheryl Wilson 



Frieda Wilson 
Linda Wilson 
Sharon Wilson 
Tommy Wilson 
Connie Winfield 
Richard Winfree 



Mary Anne Winter 
Donna Winters 
Sharon Wittig 
Breck Wood 
Dennis Wood 
Jeanne Wood 



Tim Wood 
Wendy Wood 
Shirley Woodruff 
Ethel Woody 
Juanita Wright 
Sue Wright 



Tommy Yancey 
Bill Zatarian 
Jayne Zutavern 
Cheryl Zuzolo 



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NANCY ACKISS— S.C.A. Representative 1; Executive 
Council 2; Keyette Club 2,3,4, Board of Directors 2, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; Honor Court 2,3, Secretary 3; 
Homeroom President, Steering Committee 2, Vice-Presi- 
dent 3; Sophomore Hall of Fame, Best AU-Around; Senior 
Prom Committee. 



LeLAND ALLEN— French Club 1,2; J.V. 
Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4: Prom Committee 3. 



Football 1,2; 



SANDRA ALLRED— Homeroom Vice-President 3; Bible 
Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. Club 3; PAGE Staff 3; Future Nurses 
3; D.E. Club 4. 

RAYMOND CHAMBERS ALMOND JR. — Homeroom 
President 2; Steering Committee 2,3,4; Varsity Wrestling 
Team 2,3,4; Track Team 4; Varsity Club 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; S.C.A. Representative 3, 
S.C.A. Convention 3; Model General Assembly 3,4; Sigma 
Phi Hi-Y 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Outstanding Junior 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Candy Cane Ball Committee 4; Hi-Y Conference 
4; Hi-Y Retreat Co-Chairman 4. 



nate 1, Representative 2, State Convention 2; Latin Club, 
President 2; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, Vice-President 2,3; 
Keyette Club 2,3,4, Historian 2, Treasurer 3; Annual 
Staff 2,3,4, Jr.-Co-Business Manager 2, Jr.-Co Editor 3, 
Co-Editor 4; Cavalier Capers 2,3; Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 
4; National Honor Society 4; Steering Committee 2; 
President of Junior Class; Girl's State; Outstanding 
Junior Girl; Outstanding Tidewater Girl 4; Sophomore 
Hall of Fame, Most Studious; Senior Hall of Fame, Best 
All Around; Homecoming Queen 4. 

CAROLE BARNES— Transfer from Fort Myers; S.C.A. 
Representative 2,3,4; Future Teachers Club 2,3; LC.C. 
Representative 2,3, Chaplain 3; Prom Committee 2,3,4; 
Homeroom Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; Steering Com- 
mittee 2,3,4; Cavalier Capers 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2, A 
Cappella Choir 3,4. 

SANDRA BARNES— Homeroom Secretary 1, Treasurer 
2, President 3; Steering Committee 3; Future Teachers 
Club 2,3,4; State Convention 3, LC.C. Representative 4; 
Prom Committee 3; S.C.A. Alternate 4. 



PAUL AMATO— J.V. Basketball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 
3,4; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3; S.C.A. Represen- 
tative 2,3, Alternate 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Sigma 
Phi Hi-Y 3,4. 

JAMES AMBURN— Aviation Club 3; Band 3,4. 

THOMAS AMMONS— S.C.A. Representative 4; Home- 
room President 2; Vice President 3; Steering Committee 
2,4; J.V. Football 2; Varsity Track 2,3,4; Indoor Track 
2,3,4; Sophomore Hall of Fame, Best Personality; Sigma 
Phi Hi-Y 2,3,4; Treasurer 3; LC.C. Representative 4; 
Outstanding Junior; Model General Assembly 3,4; Presi- 
dent Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Council 4, Vice President of Norfolk 
Council 4; Candy Cane Ball Committee 4. 

MARILYN ANDERSON— Homeroom Vice-President 2,3; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Keyette Club 4; Chaplain 4; Beta 
Club 4; French National Honor Society 4. 

MARLENE ARMOUR— S.C.A. Representative 1,2; Junior 
Class Vice-President 3; Homeroom Vice-President 3, Pres- 
ident 4; Steering Committee 2,3,4; Prom Committee 2,3,4; 
J.V. Cheerleader 2; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Trinity 
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Reporter 2, President 4; Model General 
Assembly 2,3; Hi-Y Conference 3; Retreat Co-Chairman 
4; Keyette Club 2,3,4; Pre-Convention 3; Tidewater Dis- 
trict Secretary 4; Hall of Fame, Most Popular, 2,4; Girls 
State 3; Homecoming Court 4; Ruritan Bowl Queen 4. 

MARY ELLEN ARNDT— Transfer from Virginia Beach. 

ELIZABETH ATWOOD— S.C.A. Representative 1; F.B. 
L.A. 2; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Co-Historian 4; D.E. Club 4. 

AMY AUSTIN— Transfer from Granby; French National 
Honor Society 4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4, 

DIANA AUSTIN— Transfer from Maury; Powder Puff 
Football 3; D.E. Club 4. 



CAROL BAILEY- 
Hi-Y 4. 



-Transfer from Norview; Athena Tri- 



GLORIA BAKER— Pep Club 2,3,4; S.C.A. Representative 
4; Steering Committee 4; D.E. Club 4. 

VELMA BAKER — Homeroom Vice-President 1, Secretary 
2; S.C.A. Representative 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Bible Club 2; 
Future Nurses Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; 
Powder Puff Football 4. 



WOODROW BAKER JR.- 

4. 



-D.E. Club, 2nd Vice-President 



TIMOTHY BARROW— French Club 1,2; Key Club 3,4, 
Secretary 4; Beta Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, 
President 4; Homeroom Vice-President 1, President 4; 
Steering Committee 4; S.C.A. Representative 2, Alternate 
3; Boy's State; Varsity Club 3,4; Secretary 4; J.V. Foot- 
ball 1,2; J.V. Basketball 2; Track 2; Varsity Football 3,4. 

ELIZABETH BERNARD— Homeroom Vice-President 1, 
President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; 
Steering Committee 2; Miss Princess Anne Contest 2,3; 
Quo-Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Prom Committee 3, National 
Thespians 4, President 4; Senior Hall of Fame, Best 
Looking. 

JOHN BISSETT— Art Club 1; D.E. Club 3. 

LeLAND BLEHM— Sigma Phi Hi-Y 2,3,4; Spanish Club 
2; Sophomore Hall of Fame, Most Athletic, Senior Hall 
of Fame, Best Dressed; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity 
Track 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 1,2; Varsity Football 3,4; 
Sophomore Class Reporter 2. 



CONRAD S. BOISVERT- 
Club 4. 



-Young Democrats Club 3; Latin 



GRACE BAMFORTH— J.V. Cheerleader 1,2, Co-Captain 
2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Homeroom 
Vice-President 1; Prom Committee 1,2,4; S.C.A. Alter- 



PATRICIA BOND— French Club 1,2; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive 1,2,3; Prom Committee 2; Keyette Club 2,3; Trinity 
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Annual Staff 3. 

KAREN BOOTHE— Band 1; F.B.L.A. 4. 

DELORES BRADBERRY— Athena Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Re- 
porter 3,4, Historian 4; Homeroom Treasurer 1, Steering 
Committee 1, PAGE Staff 4. 

WILLIAM BRADLEY— J.V. Football 1, J.V. Baseball 1; 
Glee Club 2; Sigma Phi Hi-Y. 

SHERON BREON— J.V. Cheerleader 1,2; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Reporter 
3; Hi-Y Conference 3; Senior Hall of Fame, Most School 
Spirited; Ruritan Bowl Court 4; Homecoming Court 4. 

BRUCE BRIGHT— Homeroom treasurer 2, President 4; 
Steering Committee 4; F.B.L.A. 2; PAGE Staff 3,4; Sigma 
Phi Hi-Y 4. 

JUDY DIANNE BRIM— Homeroom Secretary 1; Secre- 
tary of Junior Class 3; Steering Committee 3; S.C.A. 
Representative 3; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Keyette Club 
3,4; Girl's State 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Jr. Co-Business 
Manager 3, Co-Business Manager 4; Senior Hall of Fame, 
Friendliest. 

BRIAN BRINKLEY— Homeroom Vice-President 1, Presi- 
dent 2, Vice-President 3, Steering Committee 2; J.V. 
Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 2; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Var- 
sity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Tennis 3,4; Varsity Club 
2,3,4. 



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ROGER BRINN — Transfer from Fork Union; Track 
Team 3,4, I.C.C. Representative 4. 

MITCHELL BRODY— Chess Club 3,4; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive 3; Scholastic Team 3; French National Society 4; 
Homeroom Treasurer 4. 

HAROLD CLIFFORD BROWN, JR.— German Club 2; 
National Latin Exam 2,3,4, Second place 2, First place 3; 
Debate Team 2; Page Staff 3; Annual Staff 4, Copy 
Editor 4; Last Will and Testament Committee 4; Beta 
Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin 
Club 2,3,4, President 4; Key Club 3,4, Historian 4, 
Sergeant-at-Arms 4; Senior Hall of Fame, Most Intelli- 
gent. 

RUTH BROWN— Transfer from East Greenwich High; 
Dramatics Club 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 

PATRICIA BROWN — Homeroom Secretary 1, Vice-Presi- 
dent 2, Secretary 4; S.C.A. Alternate 1,2, Representative 
3; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; I.C.C. Representative 3, Trea- 
surer 4; Pep Club 2, I.C.C. Representative 2; I.C.C. Presi- 
dent 3,4; Drill Team 2,3; Sergeant-At-Arms 2; Beta Club 
3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Prom Committee 3. 

JUDITH ANN BRYANT— French Club, 1,2; Bible Club 
1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; S.C.A. Representative 2; Homeroom 
Treasurer 3, Radio Electronics Club 3; Young Republicans 
Club 3. 

JOHN C. BUCK— Track and Field Club 1; Future Teach- 
ers Club 4; S.C.A. Representative 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 4. 

NANCY BUDNICK— Transfer from McLean High; De- 
bate Squad 4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

THELMA BUYRN— D.E. Club 4. 

NANCY CALDWELL— French Club 1,2; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4; Homeroom Vice-President 1, President 3,4, Steer- 
ing Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 2,3; A Cappella 
Choir 3,4; Virginia All-State Chorus 3,4; Eastern District 
All-State Chorus 3,4; Madrigal Singers 4. 

FRAN CAMERON— Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2; Band 2; 
Future Nurses Club 4. 

NITA CAPPS— Homeroom Secretary 1; Future Teachers 
Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Drill Team 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

CAROL CARSON— Future Nurses Club 1; S.C.A. Execu- 
tive Council 4; Page Staff 4. 

HERBERT CARTWRIGHT — Transfer from Sunbury 
High School. 

WILLIAM CASTLE— Varsity Track 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 
1,2; Wrestling 4; Beta Club 3,4; National Honor Society 
3,4; Key Club 3,4; School Spirit Committee 3,4; Varsity 
Club 2,3,4, President 4. 

DEBORAH CLARK — French National Honor Society 3,4; 
National Honor Society 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; Home- 
room Treasurer 4; National Latin Exam. 

BRUCE CLARKE— Future Farmers Club 1,2,3, Secre- 
tary 3; Radio Electronics Club 2,3. 

DAVID CLAUDE— Band 2,3; French Club 2,3,4 Reporter 
3, President 4; Chess Club 3,4 I.C.C. Representative 3, 
President 4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4; S.C.A. Executive Com- 
mittee 4; Homeroom Treasurer 3; School Spirit Commit- 
tee 4; Senior Day Committee 4; A Cappella Chorus 4; 
Eastern District All-State Chorus 4. 

RICHARD COLLIER— Transfer from Fishburne Military 
School. 

RONALD COLLIER— Sigma Phi-Hi-Y 4. 

WILLIAM COLBY— D.E. Club 4. 



ANITA COOPER— Future Homeniakers of America 1,2; 
Beta Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3; Prom Committee 3. 

CHARLES COX— Transfer from Wakefield High; Sigma 
Phi Hi-Y 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4. 

CHERYL COZZENS— Pep Club 2,3; Bible Club 3; Girls 
Chorus 3, Mixed Chorus 4; Young Republicans Club 3. 

CHARLES CRAMER— Transfer from George Washington 
High. 

CAROLYN CREWS— Pep Club 2; Future Homemakers 
Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, I.C.C. Repre- 
sentative 4; Future Business Leaders 2,3,4 Vice-President 
4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

HERBERT CULPEPPER— S.C.A. Representative 1; J.V. 
Football 1; J.V. Baseball 1; Track 1; Varsity Football 
2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4. 

CAROLYN DANNER— Transfer from Woodstock High; 
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Ruritan 
Bowl Court 4; Homeroom Vice-President 4. 

WILLIAM DALEY— Chess Club 3,4. 

ELIZABETH DAVIDSON— Homeroom Secretary 2. 

LINDA DAVIS— Transfer from Cardinal High. 

NANCY DAVIS— Bible Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 2; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Candy Cane Ball Committee 4; Page Staff 
4; Mixed Chorus 4. 

PAULETTE DAVIS— Latin Club 1; Pep Club 2; Future 
Nurses Club 2,3,4 I.C.C. Representative 3,4, Historian- 
Parliamentarian 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Sergeant-at- 
Arms 4; Powder Puff Football 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4. 

RUTH DeBOER— F.B.L.A. 3; D.E. Club 4. 

DIANE DENSON— Transfer from Granby High; Girl's 
Chorus 3; A Cappella Chorus 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; 
Drill Team 4. 

BARBARA DORSETT— Transfer from Cradock High; 
Kennedy Club 3; Annual Staff 4. 

GAYLE DOSS— Theta Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Future Teachers 
Club 3,4 State Convention 4; Senior Play 4; National 
Thespians 4. 

LOUIS DOUGHTY— J.V. Baseball 1; Varsity Baseball 
2,3,4. 

LINDA DRYE— D.E. Club 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3. 

VICKI DUDLEY— Homeroom Secretary 1; Future Teach- 
ers 2,3. 

DANIEL DUNFORD— Transfer from Norwich Free Aca- 
demy. 

JOHN DUNN— Transfer from Cradock High. 

LINDA DURHAM— Future Teachers 2,3,4 Vice-President 
4; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 

WILLIAM DURREY— Transfer from Norfolk Catholic; 
Wrestling 3; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Varsity Football 4; 
Varsity Club 4. 

CHERYL EARLY— Transfer from Maurv High; Keyette 
Club 3,4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4. 

CAROL EASON— Art Club 2; Kennedy Club 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Page Staff 3,4; Future Teachers 3,4; Athena 
Tri-Hi-Y. 

RICHARD EDELMAN— J.V. Football 1,2; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Varsity Club 4; Semper Paratus 
Hi-Y 4; Homeroom President 4; Steering Committee 4. 



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THOMAS EDENTON— S.C.A. Representative 1,4; Track 
Team 1; J.V. Football 2; Prom Committee 1,3; Alpha Phi 
Omega Hi-Y 3; Sigrma Phi Hi-Y 4; Homeroom President 3; 
Steering- Committee 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Boy's State 3; 
National Honor Society 4. 

BOOTSIE EDWARDS— Transfer from Norview High; 
Mixed Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 4; D.E, Club 4. 



JANE CELESTE FRANCIS — 
Nurses Club 2,3,4. 



A Band 1,2.3; Future 



DOROTHY ELLEN- 
3,4; D.E. Club 4. 



-Pep Club 2; Powder Puff Footbal 



REID ERVIN— Homeroom Treasurer 1. President 3,4 
Vice-President 4; Steering Committee 1,2,3; Track Team 
1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4 I.C.C. Representative 4; Na- 
tional Latin Exam 1,2 Vice-President of Sophomore Class; 
Prom Committee 2,3,4; S.C.A. Executive Council 3,4; 
State Convention 2; Key Club 2,3,4 Board of Directors 
2,4 District Convention 2,3,4 International Convention 2 
District Secretary 2; Exchange Student Forum 3; Beta 
Club 3.4; National Honor Society 4; Boy's State 3; Sopho- 
more Hall of Fame, Most Studious, Senior Hall of Fame, 
Most Likely To Succeed. 

ARTHUR ESENBERG— Transfer from Plainedge High; 
Band 4. 

HELEN ESTES— Drill Team 2,3.4 Squad Leader 4; Mixed 
Chorus 2; Cavalier Capers 3; Girls Intramurals 3; 
Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; 4-H Club Reporter 4. 

PAGE EATON— D.E. Club 3. 

ANNE FABER— Transfer from Granby High; Powder 
Puff Football 3,4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; Page Staff 4, 
Circulation Manager 4. 

LINDA FARMER— Transfer. 

JUDY FELTS— Homeroom Secretary 1; Future Home- 
makers of America 2, Secretary 2; Quo-Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 
3,4. 

KAREN FELTS— Drill Team 2,3,4, Captain 4; Theta Tri- 
Hi-Y 2.3,4, Parliamentarian 4; Future Business Leaders of 
America 3;Library Assistant 3; S.C.A. Alternate 4; Senior 
Prom Committee. 

EUGENIA FEREBEE— Quo-Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Re- 
porter 4; "A" Band 1,2,3,4, Executive Officer 3,4; French 
Club 2; School Spirit Committee 3,4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 4. 

JOHN FINN— Debate Club 4; Chess Club 4; Latin Club 4. 

FAYE FISHER— Transfer from Maury High; A Cappella 
Chorus 3,4. 

PAULA FITZGERALD— Transfer from Mississippi; A 
Cappella Chorus 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4; Annual Staff 4. 

CAROLE FLANIGAN— French Club 1,2; Future Teach- 
ers 1,2; March Minstrels 1; Pep Club 1,2; Athena Tri- 
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Cavalier Capers 2,3; Homeroom 
Treasurer 2; Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer 3; Rep- 
resentative to District Tri-Hi-Y, Hi-Y Conference. 

LEONARD FLANIGAN— A Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 
3,4; Assistant 2; French Club 2,3; Homeroom Secretary 
2; S.C.A. Representative 4; Secretary-Treasurer of Band 

4. 

BERENICE FOLKES— Homeroom President 1,3,4; Trea- 
surer 2; Steering Committee 1.3,4; S.C.A. Alternate 1,2; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Treasurer 4; Prom Committee 2,3; 
Keyette Club 3,4; Reporter of Junior Class; Powder Puff 
Football 3,4; Blue Ridge 3; Annual Staff 4; Senior Class 
Hall of Fame, Best Sport. 

GEORGIA FOX— F.B.L.A. Club 2; Pep Club 2; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Treasurer 4; Beta Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 
3; Drill Team 3; Prom Committee 3,4; National Honor 
Society Treasurer 4; Keyette Club 4; Treasurer of Senior 

Class. 

NANCY FOX— Transfer. Pep Club 2,3,4; Historian and 
Reporter 4; Future Teachers 4. 



CAROLYN FRANKLIN— Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Chaplain 
3; Vice-President 4; Pep Club Reporter 2; Homeroom 
Treasurer 2; French Club 2. 

LYNNE FREEMAN— Transfer from Mount Vernon High 
School; French Club 2,3; Pep Club 2,3; Athena Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

ROBERT FRICK — Homeroom Treasurer 1; Junior Var- 
sity Basketball 1,2; "A" Band 1,2,3,4 Co-Captain 4. 

BRENDA FUTRELL— Homeroom Treasurer 1; Future 
Homemakers of America 2, Historian 2; Pep Club 2; Que- 
Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 4; Junior-Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 3. 

STACY GARRETT, III— Debate Club 2; Spanish Club 2, 
3,4; Delegate to Boys' State 3; S.C.A. Homeroom Repre- 
sentative. 

RICHARD GARRIOTT— Junior Varsity Football 1; Jun- 
ior Varsity Baseball 1; S.C.A. Representative 1,3; Varsity 
Football 2',3,4 Co-Captain 4; Varsity Club 2,3,4, President 
3, Treasurer 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3,4; Delegate to Boys' State 3; Track Team 3,4; 
National Honor Society 4; Most Outstanding Junior Boy; 
President of Senior Class. 

RILEY GAZZAWAY— Semper Paratus 3,4, I.C.C. Repre- 
sentative 4; Prom Committee 3; Cross Country Team 3. 

LINDA GERMAN— S.C.A. Representative 1, Alternate 4; 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4; A Cappella 
Choi-us 3,4 Vice-President 3,4; Vice-President Homeroom 
4; Powder Puff Football 3,4; Senior Hall of Fame; Most 
Athletic; Drill Team 3. 

JAMES OILMAN- D.E. Club 4. 

CECELIA GIRARD — Homeroom President 1; Homeroom 
Vice-President 3; French Club 1,2, Vice-President 2; Trin- 
ity Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Historian 2,3; Future Teachers of 
America 3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Drill Team 3,4, 
Squad Leader 4; Cavalier Capers 2,3; A Cappella Chorus 
3,4; S.C.A. Alternate 4; Senior Hall of Fame, Wittiest. 

ROBERT GIVENS— Transfer from Johnson High School; 
Latin Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 1; Band 1. 

CAROLE GOODMAN— Powder Puff Football 4; Art 
Club 4. 

RONALD GOODWIN— Varsity Baseball 1; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4; Varsity Club 4. 

HELEN GOSLIN— Transfer from Rogers High School; 
French Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 4; Future Teachers 
Club 4; Girls' Athletic Association 4; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

NANCY GOTWALD— Transfer from Colonial Heights 
High School; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Latin Club 2; Beta 
Club 3,4, President 4; Beta Club Convention 3; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Scholastic Team 3,4; Keyette Club 4; 
Executive Board S.C.A. 4; Homecoming Court 4; School 
Spirit Committee 4; Steering Committee 4; Vice-President 
of Senior Class; National Honor Society; Senior Hall of 
Fame, Most Intelligent. 

JOHN GRANDY— J.V. Football 1,2; J.V. Basketball 1,2; 
J.V. Baseball 1,2; French National Honor Society 3,4; 
Semper Paratus Hi-Y 3,4. 

GLENDA GRAY— Future Nurses Club 1,2,3, Parliamen- 
tarian 1, Historian 3; Alternate S.C.A, representative 1,2. 

RUTH ANNE GREGORY— Dramatics Club 1; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 3; Drill Team 4; Powderpuff Football 4. 



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SHIRLEY GRIMSTEAD— Homeroom Secretary 1; t).E. 
Club 3,4. 

DONALD GRISWOLD— D.E. Club 4. 

FAYE HADDAWAY— Future Business Leaders of Amer- 
ica 2; Future Teachers 3; Homeroom Vice-President; 
Girls Chorus 4; Drill Team 3,4. 

CHERRY HALL— Transfer from Granby; Mixed Chorus 
2,3; Librarian 3; A Cappella Chorus 4; All State Work- 
shop 4. 

LA VAUGHN HAMRICK — Transfer from Ellenboro 
High School; Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3,4, - 
Reporter 4; Beta Club 2,3,4. 

SANDRA HANSON— Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3; Powder Puff 
Football 3,4; Future Nurses 3,4; D.E. Club 4, Parliamen- 
tarian 4. 

MILDRED HARDY— Homeroom President 1; Homeroom 
Secretary 2; Girls Chorus 1; Reporter 1; Prom Commit- 
tee 1; Mixed Chorus 2,3, Secretary 2, President 3; Powder 
Puff Football 3; Drill Team 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

EARNEST HARGROVE— J .V. Football 1; Cross Country 
2,3; Future Farmers 3,4. 

EDWARD HARMON— "A" Band 1,2,3,4; Radio Electronic 
Club 2; Cavalier Capers 3,4. 

SUE HARPOLD— Theta Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4 Vice-President 3, 
President 4; Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y District Conference 2,3,4; 
Model General Assembly 2,3,4; Princess Anne Hi-Y Tri- 
Hi-Y Council 3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; Norfolk 
Tri-Hi-Y Hi-Y Council 4, Secretary 4; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 3,4; Keyette Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3,4; Candy Cane Ball Committee 3,4; Homeroom 
President 4; Steering Committee 4; Theta Tri-Hi-Y Out- 
standing Junior. 

HENRY HARRELL— Freshmen Football; Varsity Foot- 
ball 2,3,4; Varsity Baseball 2; Homeroom Vice-President 
2; Varsity Club 3,4; Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3,4. 

WILLIAM HARRIS— Latin Club 1; Key Club 2,3,4; Var- 
sity Club 3,4; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Wrestling Team 3; 
S.C.A. Representative 4; Steering Committee 4. 

CAROL HARRISON— Homeroom Vice-President 1; Home- 
room Secretary-Treasurer 3; French Club 1; Dramatics 
Club 1; Girls' Athletic Association 1; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Pep Club 2,3; Spanish Club 2,3; 
PAGE Staff 4; Literary Magazine Staff; Delegate to 
District Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Conference 3,4. 

GWENDOLYN HAWBECKER— Athena Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 

GERALD HENISH— French Club 1,2; Cross Country 
1,2,3; Varsity Track 2,3; Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 3. 

PATRICIA HESS— S.C.A. Representative 1; S.C.A. Al- 
ternate 3; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Fu- 
ture Homemakers of America 2,3; Pep Club 2; Prom 
Committee 2; Candy Cane Ball Committee 4; Powder 
Puff Football 3; Dramatics Club 4; Sophomore Hall of 
Fame, Wittiest; A Cappella Chorus 4. 

KEISTER HITESHEW— Junior Varsity Football 2; Var- 
sity Football 3; Key Club 4; Semper Paratus Hi-Y 4; 
Senior Prom Committee. 

SARAH HODGES— Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Cavalier 
Capers 1,2,3; Future Teachers 2; French Club 2,3; Li- 
brarian 2; Girls' Chorus 2; Mixed Chorus 4; Librarian 4. 



RICHARD HOLLAND— Transfer from Virginia Beach 
High School: Varsity Football 2,3,4; Varsity Wrestling 
2; Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 2,3; Homeroom President 3, 
Junior Steering Committee; Homeroom Secretary-Trea- 
surer 4; Varsity Club 3,4. 

PATRICIA HOPKINS— Latin Club 1; French Club 2; 
French National Honor Society 4; Beta Club 4; Powder 
Puff 3,4; S.C.A. Alternate 2,4. 

MARGARET HUDGINS— Homeroom Secretai-y 1; Home- 
room President 2,3; Steei-ing Committee 2.3; Prom Com- 
mittee 1.2,3; Quo-Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2; 
Future Teachers 2; Dramatics Club 2; Powder Puff Foot- 
ball 3; I.C.C. 4, Treasurer 4; PAGE Staff 4; PEERAGE 
Staff 3,4, Junior Co-Business Manager 3, Co-Business 
Manager 4. 

BARBARA HUFFMAN— Transfer from Pensacola, Flor- 
ida; "A" Band 2,3,4; Athena Tri-Hi-Y .3,4; Future Nurses 
4. 

MARY ELLEN IMEL— Transfer from Churehland High 
School; "A" Band 3,4; Majorette 3,4; Cavalier Capers 3; 
Dramatics Club 3. 

SANDRA IRISH— D.E. Club 3,4. 

CONNIE IVES— S.C.A. Representative 1,4; Spanish Club 
2; Homeroom President 3; Theta Tri-Hi-Y' 3,4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; PAGE Staff. 

RICHARD JACKINS— Spanish Club 2,3. 

DO.NALD JACKSON— PAGE Staff 3,4; Photographer 3. 

PATRICIA JACKSON — Homeroom Vice-President 1; 
Homeroom Secretary 2; Art Club 2,3; PAGE Staff 2,3,4; 
Prom Committee 3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 3. 

EARL JACOBS— D.E. Club, Sergeant-at-arms 4. 

ALTON JARMAN— Transfer. Band 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2. 

LEON JARVIS— J.V. Wrestling 2; Latin Club 2; Varsity 
Tennis 3,4; Alpha Phi Omega Hi-Y 3; Varsity Club 4. 

FRED JENKS— Transfer from Beaufort High School. 
Chess Club 3,4; Reporter 3; National Thespian Society 4; 
Future Teachers Club 4. 

BARBARA JOAQUIN— Transfer. Girls Athletic Associa- 
tion 3; Future Nurses Club 4. 

HELEN JOHNSON— Transfer from Nor\'iew High School. 
Junior Civitan Club 2; S.C.A. Representative 2. 

G. ROBERT JONES— Freshmen Class Vice-President; 
Prom Committee 1,2,3; S.C.A. Treasurer 2; Executive 
Committee 3,4; Semper Paratus Hi-Y 2,3,4; Key Club 2. 
3,4; Cavalier Capers 3; J.V. Football 2; Sophoriiore Hall 
of Fame, Most Popular; Senior Hall of Fame, Wittiest. 

JAMES JONES— Sigma Phi Hi-Y 3. 

VINCENT KAUFFMANN— J.V. Football 1,2; Varsitv 
Football 3; Varsity Club 3. 

LOUISE KAUFMANN— Secretary of Homeroom 2; Vice- 
President of Homeroom 4. 

KENNETH KEEFE— Homeroom Treasurer 1; Sigma Phi 
Hi-Y 2,3; Band Color Guard 2; Homeroom Vice-President 
2,3; Varsity Football 3,4; Varsity Club 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4. 

REBECCA KELLAM— Homeroom Vice-President 1; Latin 
Club 1,2; xMajorette 2,3,4; Co-Captain 3; Captain 4; Athena 
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Cavalier Capers 2,3. 

JAMES KELLER — Transfer from Mount Pleasant Senior 
High School. Cross-Country Team 3. 




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STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 




Highlighting the accomplishments of the Stu- 
dent Cooperative Association this year is the ac- 
quisition of a foreign student to attend PA next 
year. Under the supervision of Mr. E. E. Cox, the 
SCA has also taken over the responsibility of 
hall duty and has nominated a candidate for state 
SCA office. The Inter-Club Council, a counter- 
part of the SCA, staged the memorable, if slight- 
ly damp. Homecoming. Another SCA counterpart, 
the School Spirit Committee has worked hard 
selling basketball programs, arranging pep ral- 
lies, sponsoring bus caravans to games, and 
publicizing school activities. Through the Honor 
Court, the SCA has maintained at PA a standard 
of integrity matched by few other schools. 

Added to the list of SCA officers this year is 
that of historian. A complete scrap book will be 
kept of all school activities, so that future stu- 
dents may know of the many achievements of the 
Class of '62. 




Kitty Martin 

Secretary 



Bob Henderson 

Vice-President 

Elaine Thornton 

Treasurer 




S.C.A. officers brave the precipitation 
to appear in the Homecoming parade. 



Inner Club Council officers are, left to 
right: Valerie Vestal, chaplain; Bob 
Miles, vice-president; Sally Hudgins, 
treasurer; Roger Brinn, parade mar- 
shal; Pat Brown, president; Marie 
Lanspery, corresponding secretary; and 
Suzanne Roberts, reporter. 



Honor Court Judges are, left to right: 
Roger Provo; Lou Ann Legum, secre- 
tary; Clifford Brown; Eddie Shuford; 
Willard White. Seated, Florence Reese, 
president; not pictured Anne Heflin. 



All listen attentively while Kitty Mar- 
tin, secretary, reads the minutes. 








These seniors are so proud of their rings that they can't resist showing them off 
even for the National Honor Society picture. 



Grace 
Bamforth 



Michael 
Little 



Timothy 
Barrow 

Patricia 
Mahonev 



Clifford 
Brown 

Lynn 
Martin 



Patricia 
Brown 

Gail 
Morgan 



NATIONAL HONOR 



William 
Castle 

Kay 
McHone 



Deborah 
Clark I 

Virginia 
Oliver 




Scholarship, leadership, service, and integ- 
rity lead the student to the highest distinction 
attainable at Princess Anne. No greater hon- 
or or joy can the student know than the gen- 
tle tap of the gavel ushering him into the Na- 
tional Honor Society. Its members finish their 
senior year as the standards of excellence in 
all ways and are, together, the soul of the Sen- 
ior Class and America's future. 



OFFICERS 

Left to right: Tim Barrow, president; Forrest Para- 
dise, vice-president; Josephine Jones, secretary; Geor- 
gia Fox, treasurer; Mrs. Mary Barnes, sponsor. 




SOCIETY 












Thomas 
Edenton 


Reid 

Ervin 


Georgia 
Fox 


Richard 
Garriott 


Nancy 
Gotwald 


Josephine 
Jones 


Forrest 
Paradise 


Patricia 
Plevyalt 


Susan 
Scurria 


Elaine 
Thornton 


John 
Ward 







Left to rigfht; Nancy Gotwald, president; E-laine Thornton, vice-pres- 
ident; Clifford Brown, treasurer: Grace Bamforth, secretary. 





Membership in the National Beta Club signifies recognition of scholas- 
tic achievement and character development. Students may apply for mem- 
bership in the beginning of their junior and senior years. They are screen- 
ed for leadership qualities, attitude, academic success and character. 
Members merit a gold diploma seal at graduation. 




Daily the sounds of busy students hard at 
work issue from the annual room. Dedicated to 
the publication of the Princess Anne PEER- 
AGE, these staff members spend many hours 
Identifying pictures, selling ads, and writing 
;opy, in order to meet deadlines. Amid the 
flurry of school activities this group strives 
diligently to record the spirit of our Alma 
Mater. 

This organization provides for other phases 
of our school life too. One of the outstanding 
accomplishments of our staff is the production 
of Princess Anne's annual variety show, "Ca- 
valier Capers." 

As photographers snap candid shots or as 
the students solemnly pose for class pictures, 
the effects of their projects and whims are felt 
throughout our campus. 

The efforts of these many individuals are 
represented in the finished PEERAGE, a col- 
lection of memories from the past for the years 
ahead. 



PEERAGE 

1962 




Co-Editors 
Grace Marie Bamforth and Bailey Spence 




Sponsor 
Miss Anna Bland Faison 



Co-Business Managers 
Judy Brim and Sally Hudgins 



Junior Co-Editors 
Jan Meades and Nancy Foy 







This is our busy staff hard at work on the '62 PEERAGE. No loafing in the back girlsl 




Junior Co-Business Managers 
Celene Hodge and Margaret Ann Walker 



Typists 

Berry Folkes, Sherry Breon, and 

Judy Laramie 



CopJ^vriters 

Clifford Brown, Willard White, and 

Josephine Jones 



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Roaming reporters gather 
news from anyone who will 
stop and talk. 



Collecting Valentine greet- 
ings at a dime apiece, these 
reporters are helping to pro- 
mote student interest in the 
paper. 



Before the stories can go to 
the typist, much work must be 
done. Here students copyread, 
edit, and headline the articles. 



Madly, and somewhat hap- 
hazardly folding papers for 
distribution to the classes, 
these reporters can't resist a 
peak at the new issue. 




Planning ahead for the next issue of the PAGE are these of the journalism class. 



THE PAGE 



Chief editors Nancy Ackiss and Roger Provo discuss 
plans for their next issue with advisor Miss Faison. 



PAGE reporters, busy with pencil and pad, 
can be seen covering school activities from sports 
practice sessions to Homecoming. Under the 
watchful eye of Miss Anna Bland Faison, new 
PAGE sponsor, these enthusiastic students are 
learning how to produce a paper from assign- 
ment of articles to distribution of the printed 
paper. 

Striving to increase student interest in the 
paper and to clear up the debt accumulated over 
the years, the PAGE staff has sold Cavalier 
bumper tags, space in the paper for student birth- 
day greetings, and plastic covers for the PEER- 
AGE. 

Another innovation has been the CAVALIER 
FOLIO, Princess Anne's new literary magazine. 
The FOLIO, a bi-annual publication, will contain 
art work and written material submitted by 
Princess Anne students. 




The Key Club consists of those young men 
of Princess Anne who are seriously concerned 
with current problems and who show the high- 
est caliber of intelligence and character. This 
year has seen its "Anti-Communism" project 
unite the school in a single purpose. Other ac- 
tivities include gift of fifty-star flags to every 
room in school, a new edition of the student di- 
rectory published under the Key Club's super- 
vision, two banquets held in honor of the Ki- 
wanis Club and the faculty, a scholarship award- 
ed to a senior, and a collection of funds for a 
crippled children's home. 

These achievements speak for the Key Club, 
Princess Anne's repository of young men whose 
poise, discretion, ability, tact, and purpose will 
always stamp them as gentlemen. 




O.K. guys, let's flip to see who has to sell the 300 cans 
of left-over peanuts! 



Key Club officers are, left to right, Tim Barrow, secretary; Chuck Sherman, treasurer; 
David Etheridge, vice-president; Reid Ervin, senior board member; and Kenny Spitzer, 
president. 





What's the matter, Forrest, isn't her number in the Key Club directory 1 



Would you believe it, these boys are Key Club members!? 



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KEYETTE 
CLUB 



Sponsored by the Ki-Wives and sister to the Key 
Club, the Keyette Club's main objective is to be of 
service to the school and the community. That they 
have met with great success this year is evidenced 
by their many activities. High point among these is 
the Miss Princess Anne Contest held in February. 
Their national project this year is the collection 
of donations for UNICEF. 





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Keyette Club officers and sponsor precariously balance 
themselves on a ledge to pose for this picture. Left to 
right: Mrs. Doris French, sponsor; Nancy Ackiss, presi- 
dent; Susan Harpold, vice-president; Paige Valentine, sec- 



Miss Princess Anne 1962 
MISS LINDA HOWELL 



retary; Sandra Oliver, treasurer; Marilyn Anderson, chap- 
lain; Gail Morgan, historian; Marie Lanspery, reporter. 
Missing from picture, Connie Trueblood, parliamentarian. 





Keyette underclassmen view with appi-ehension the task that lies before them- 
filling the places of their venerable elder members. 



These are ^the senior members of the Keyette Club, who can review with pride 
the attainments of their organization. 




Proudly "sporting" their althletic let- 
ters are the Varsity Club members. Out- 
standing in athletic as well as scholastic 
activities, these boys have proved their 
prowess in football, basketball, baseball, 
track, tennis, golf, and wrestling. The 
club is responsible for the concessions sold 
at all basketball games and for the Home- 
coming Court float. They also sponsor the 
Geek Week Dance, the climax of this fun- 
filled week in March. 




VARSITY CLUB 



Kneeling, left to right: Bob Miles, vice-president; Reid Ervm, 
ICC representative; Doug Miller, sergeant at arms Standing: 
Dick Garriott, treasurer; Bill Castle, president; Tim Barrow, sec- 
retary. 



Underclassmen are, left to right: Art Halstead, Bob Henderson, Mike Persmgei-, Steve 
Kimball Don Smith, Charles Carr, David Miller, Forrest Fisher Dennis Kalmski, 
Allen Whichard, Bobby DeMille, George Old, Ronnie Hytmen, Ronnie Stansbury, 
Wayne Smith, Jay Ferguson. 





President Bill Castle tells club of planned project. Doug 
Miller voices disapproval. 



Our atliletic heroes smile sweetly for Peerage cameramen. 



Upperclassmen are kneeling, left to right: Reid Ervin, 
Steve Miller, Bruce Terry, Bob Solomon, Jack Staylor, 
Jerry McConnell, Tom Brown, Gary Miller, Richard 
Wheeley, and Leon Jarvis. Standing: Bill Castle, Dick 



Holland, Jim Miller, Kenny Spitzer, Rick Edelman, Tim 
Barrow, Henry Harrell, Jimmy Swain, Bill Shields, Doug 
Miller, Claude Tate, Dick Garriott, Bobbv Miles, and 
Bill Harris. 




CHORUS 



Music is a universal medium of expression. 
All men everywhere respond to the loveliness 
of voices lifted in song. 

Princess Anne is proud of all its choral 
groups. The students practice long and hard 
with their director, Mr. Clark Graves, to 
achieve the esthetic qualities perceived by the 
listeners ear. The excellence of their "sound 
of music" is acclaimed by many throughout the 
Tidewater area. . 





Mr. Clark Graves, choral director. 

Left to right: Billy Simonds, secretary-treasurer; Linda 
German, vice president; Amnion Tharp, librarian; Betsy 
Mann, president; Nancy Caldv^ell, librarian; and Wil- 
lard White, reporter. 



Beautiful sounds issue from these mouths — the A Cappella Choir. 





The Princess Anne Madrigal singers spent a merry Christmas in Florida. 



This year Mr. Graves and the Madrigal singers 
were invited to spend the major part of the 
Christmas holidays giving concerts in Florida. 
The participants had a wonderful time and their 
music was well received. 



Annually the choral groups provide the back- 
bone for the Princess Anne Ruritan Club min- 
strel. School concerts and performances for many 
civic organizations keep the choruses busy in- 
creasing their repertoire of various kinds of 
music. 



"A pretty girl is like a melody," and thus we have the melodic Girls' Chorus. 






PA BAND 

Marching through intricate routines, keep- 
ing in time to a rhythmic melody, led by a 
squad of high-stepping majorettes, the Princess 
Anne High School Band has entered the hearts 
of all who speculate. Again at concerts, at bac- 
calaureate, and at graduation, the band has be- 
come the backbone of the ceremonies. 

This year the Princess Anne Band was host 
for the All-State Band. 





Top, left to right: Mr. George Bailey, band director; 
Tommy Freeman, drill sergeant; Steve Millard, captain; 
Bobby Frick, co-captain. Bottom, left to right: Lenny 
Flanigan, treasurer; Diane Dorsett and Pat Winnett, 
librarians. 



The Princess Anne High School Band . . . 





Back row, left to right: Jackie Keeney, Siiaron Wilson, 
Jennifer Camper, Helen Pavey, Mary Ellen Imel, Gay- 
nell Spenser, Carolyn Campbell, Linda Graves, and Becky 
Kellam, Head Majorette. Front row: Jeanie Ballard and 
Lennie Planigan, Drum Major. 



The P. A. 
ball games. 



"pep band" adds zest and spirit to basket- 



our marching band. 




PEP CLUB 

Only the enthusiasm of the throngs watch- 
ing can urge a team to victory. When the 
players become aware of the rising spirit of 
the crowd, they put forth their best effort for 
their team and their school. It is the sole 
purpose of the Pep Club to help bring about 
this enthusiasm. Through their many posters, 
cheering sections, and extensive work, they 
have increased the spirit at Princess Anne. 





Left to right: Carol Spain, president; Yvonne Chis- 

holm, treasurer; Nancy Fox, reporter; Linda Law, 

secretary. Not pictured: Jo Jo Burroughs, vice- 
president. 



These four girls are putting up just one of the 
many posters displayed by the Pep Club. 



Just look at all of that energy and vitality! 





First row, left to right: C. Ketchie, V. Vestel, S. Girard, 
B. Brinkley, C. Beyer, A. Coltrane, D. Greenwood, K. 
Felts, S. Wolf, M. Page, J. Hendricks, B. Whitehead, B. 
Owens. Second row, left to right: H. Estes, S. Trew, F. 
Barnes, C. Ralston, R. Elmore, J. Wilson, P. Leigh, J. 
Bayles, J. Meades, K. Brown, F. Reese, N. Capps, A. 
Whichard, C. Piaseski, C. Rowall, S. Lewis. Third row, 
left to right: B. Lee, P. Meekins, L. Kaulfman, J. Bradley, 



E. Selfridge, E. McGinnis, C. Olson, F. Hattaway, L. 
Casper, L. Lambdin, G. Petree, C. Trueblood, C. Piper, 
J. Roughton, J. Thompson, J. Moore. Fourth row, left to 
right: A. Murden, M. Fentress, A. Hilton, R. Gregory, 
M. Larson, S. Watkinson, B. Tignor, F. Brown, S. Crute, 
D. Denson, J. Jones, J. Powers, C. Sallwasser, P. Potter, 
P. Whitehurst, P. Mahoney. 



DRILL TEAM 



The Drill Team is an impressive sight, march- 
ing in column, rank, circle, and oval. These girls 
practice long and hard in order to perform well 
for football games and parades. Their efforts 
have proved worthwhile as evidenced by their 
performance in competition. 




Grouped around their captain, Karen Felts are the Drill Team offi- 
cers. Left to right: Sissy Girard, squad IV leader; Helen Estes, 
squad I leader: Florence Brown, squad II leader. Bette Whitehead, 
secretary-treasurer; and Florence Reese, squad III leader. Missing 
from picture, Dorothy Greenwood, co-captain. 




This should be an interesting game 



one table, eight girls, no ping, no pong! 



GIRLS ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

In trying to improve mental ability by 
improving physical fitness, the G.A.A. 
has set for itself a difficult goal. That 
they have met with great success in at- 
taining this goal is evidenced by the in- 
creased participation in intramural sports 
and in the "Powder Puff" football game. 
These G.A.A. sponsored activities have 
been enthusiastically supported by the 
student body and have brought well de- 
served acclaim to the club. 



The girls were so excited that they even 
put their letters on backwards. 



Officers of G.A.A. are, left to right: Margaret Walker, secretary; 
Ethel Selfridge, vice-president; Margaret Selfridge, president; Linda 
Law, treasurer; and Connie Dyckman, reporter. 








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Th^ irf Ci^b st^inulatS inWest in art 
through observation of the techniques of paint- 
ing, sculpturing, and sketching. 

The results of practicing these techniques 
can be seen in the displays outside the library. 
Another project of the club is the presentation 
of a mosaic plaque to the Senior Class during 
graduation week. In a world of scientific data 
and statistics, these talented members are pro- 
viding a welcome touch of beauty. 



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ART CLUB 



Left to right: Marcie Larson, secretary; Linda Painter, vice- 
president; Jimmy Jefferson, treasurer. Not pictured: John 
Dale, president. 



Can you spot the Picasso among these club members ? 





Seated amidst the helter-skelter of rejected props, these club members are preparing 
for possible careers in the theater. 



DRAMATICS 
CLUB 



"There's no business like show business" describes 
the feeHngs of the members of the P. A. Drama CUib. 
Learning, not only techniques of acting, but tech- 
niques of scenery and costume design, of direction, 
and of production, these members have entered the 
exciting world of theatre. And they love every min- 
ute of it. So do the rest of the students, for they are 
often called into service as a practice audience and 
can enjoy the club's efforts. 



Dramatic Club officers are left to right: Lou 

Spangler, treasurer; Betty Bernard, president; 
and Raquel Weyse, historian-reporter. 



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JUNIOR CIVITAN 
CLUB 

New to Princess Anne this year is the Junior 
Civitan Club, a service organization sponsored 
by the Virginia Beach Civitan Club. Based on 
the Golden Rule, this club tries, through its 
various activities, to interest others in building 
better citizenship, in the home, in the school, 
and in the community. Club activities include 
the annual sale of fruitcake and the donation 
of baskets of food to needy families and of toys 
to a school for the retarded. Membership in the 
club is by invitation only. 




Junior Civitan officers are, left to right: Harvey Heck- 
man, president; Dot Simms. I.C.C. representative; Bar- 
bara Moreland, treasurer; Judy Holgate, secretary; and 
Connie Dyckman, vice-president. 



Posing for their first formal group shot, these Civitaners lool< a trifle nervous. 





SPANISH CLUB 

Como esta usted? If you're in the Spanish 
Club, you know what that means. That and lots 
of other interesting expressions which come in 
handy when you meet your Spanish teacher in 
the hall. But the Spanish Club does not meet 
just to practice Spanish. Under the supervision 
of Miss Margaret Moffatt, these Spanish en- 
thusiasts learn about the customs, culture, and 
history of Spanish countries. The better un- 
derstanding resulting from these studies leads 
to better relations between the two countries. 



Left to right: Alan Nilssen, vice-president; Carolyn 
Singer, parliamentarian; Ruth Byrns, treasurer; Miss 
Moffatt, sponsor; Bob Solomon, president. Seated, Vernell 
Heusel, secretary. 





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At Christmas time, La Pinata gives up its treasure of candy and gifts. 
Members of the Spanish Club en masse. 





Parlez-vous francais? These French Club members sure do! 



FRENCH 
HONOR SOCIETY 

A better understanding of the French 
civilization is the aim of the members 
of the French Honor Society. Like so 
many others they have come under the 
spell of the Gallic culture and sense the 
resplendent heritage America has from 
France. They would be among the first 
to agree that "Every man has two coun- 
tries — his own and France." 



French National Honor Society officers are, left to right: Jennifer 
Dobbs, reporter; Cheryl Marshall, vice-president; DaWd Claude, 
president; Jane Harrison, secretary; Sandra McNeill, treasurer. 



These industrious French Club members are 
studying the political organization of the French 
government. 





Left to right: Miss Jewell Whitlock, 
sponsor; Forrest Paradise, treasurer; 
Cliff Brown, president; Josephine 
Jones, secretary; Orelia Sparrow, 
vice-president. 



LATIN CLUB 

The Latin Club's purpose is to introduce the 
student to the areas of classical mythology, litera- 
ture, and life not touched upon in the classroom. 
The most interesting program was presented by 
a minister trained in the classics who discussed 
the suppression and spread of Christianity in 
Imperial Rome. Most of the members subscribe 
to the club's magazine which is printed entirely 
in Latin. 



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Projects of the Latin classes command the attention of Latin Club members. 



Members of the Latin Club cut Latin class to be in club picture. 

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Left to right: Steve Tuttle, Ken Clare, Harold Rubel, Chuck Sherman, Tommy 
Lewis, Richard Harper; seated: Linda Gregory, Nancy Budnick and Fred Keene. 

DEBATE COUNCIL 

FORENSICS 

Receiving recognition for their 
achievements are these talented 
P.A. students. Brenda Koon, a 
junior, has brought honors to her 
Alma Mater by winning first 
place in the state poetry-reading 
contest. 

Princess Anne can certainly be 
proud of the eight top students 
comprising the Scholastic Team 
this year. As formidable a collec- 



tion of brains can scarcely be 
found. 

Debating the topic, "Resolved: 
That the Federal Government 
Should Equalize Educational Op- 
portunities by Means of Grants 
to the Elementary and Secondary 
Schools," the Debate Council has 
taken honors on the state and lo- 
cal levels. 



SCHOLASTIC TEAM 
Left to right: Mary Fran Hughes, Bob Henderson, Nancy Gotwald, Paul De- 
Rocher, Fred Keene, Jay Ferguson, Mitchell Brody, and Tommy Yancey. 



Brenda Koon 
STATE POETRY WINNER 





Kneeling, left to right, Coite Rudacil, Vice-President; Stauley Lugar, President; Terry 
Carawan, Secretary; Joe Moulton, Vice President; Bobby Rice, Reporter. Standing, left 
to right, S. B. Myers, Advisor; Bill Simons, Secretary; Jim Porter, Reporter; Al 
Basnight, President; Ernie Hargrove, Treasurer; Alan Smith, Sentinel. 



FUTURE 
FARMERS 



Through the FFA, boys interested in agriculture 
can come closer to achieving their goal. New methods 
have greatly reduced the amount of labor involved 
in farming, but it is still a hard and time-consuming 
job. Supplying our nation's food will be the respon- 
sibility of boys like these. It is through organizations 
like the FFA that they develop the skill necessary 
to accept this responsibility. 



As future farmers these boys seek to gain the skills and knowledge that viiW enable 
them to excell in their chosen profession. 





BIBLE CLUB 

The Bible Club aims to make the Bible an in- 
tegral part of each student's life. This organiza- 
tion promotes Christian fellowship and encour- 
ages personal witnessing for Jesus Christ. 



Bible Club officers are; left to right: Elizabeth Trimmer, 
vice president; Danny Templeton, president; Irene Tatum. 
treasurer; Judy Bryant, secretary. 



FUTURE 
HOMEMAKERS 

These girls hope to combine their 
personal characteristics with prac- 
tical methods of running an effi- 
cient horne. Their membership in 
the FHA encourages them to de- 
velop proficiencies in cooking, clean- 
ing, decorating, sewing, and child 
care. These skills will be invaluable 
in their future careers as wives and 
mothers. 



Saluting their "book to live by" are these Bible Club members. 




FHA Officers are, left to right: Edna McClatchey, his- 
torian; Bonnie Hamrick, reporter; Carolyn Crews, vice- 
president; Janet Morgan, pai'liamentarian; Cookie Bea- 
mon, secretary; Kathy Moore, president. Not pictured: 
Alice Hill, treasurer. 



Relaxing in the comfortable living room, these F.H.A. 
members enjoy thumbing through the latest magazines in 
their spare moments. 







Facing the future, but not the camera, are these future business leaders. 



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FUTURE BUSINESS LEADER5 



The Future Business Leaders 
of America meet to discuss var- 
ious aspects of business life and 
to hear speakers describe their 
experiences in the "hard world 
of business." 

Getting first hand training 
through their multiple club acti- 
vities, the members get advice on 
which fields of business they are 
best suited for and which will of- 
fer them the best opportunities 
for advancement. 



Front row, left to right: Carolyn Clark, secretary; Maureen Page, I.C.C. 
renresentative; Annis Leveridge, president; Mrs. Walton, sponsor. Back row, 
left to right; Kay Robinson, chaplain; Nancy Woodhouse, treasurer; Pat 
Long, parliamentarian; Martha Cake, reporter; Carolyn Crews, vice-presi- 
dent; Linda Gwaltney, historian. 








Learning what this contraption does and how to make 
it do it is all part of the fun for these club members. 



These F.B.L.A.'ers want to walk the road to success. 



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Looking forward to a successful business career are these F.B.L.A. members. 




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Three future teachers and sponsor Miss 
League disembark for a wonderful week- 
end at the state convention In Richmond. 





The annual candy sale is a main project for the club — just 
so they do not infringe on senior class candy profits! 



Left to right: Sissy Girard, secretary; 
Elizabeth Kemper, treasurer; Marie 
Lanspery, president; Sandra Barnes, 
ICC representative. Not pictured: 
Linda Durham, vice-president; Susan 
Chamberlain, reporter. 



The members of the FTA look 
forward to the day when they 
will be able to instruct their 
own classes. They realize that 
much study and preparation will 
be required of them to attain 
this worthwhile goal. Through 
membership in the FTA these 
students hope to gain knowl- 
edge and practical experience of 
teaching. This knowledge will 
prove invaluable in their future 
careers as teachers. 

FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 




A fitting way to shoot a future teacher's picture — in and around a school bus. 




Left to right: Alice McCoUum, secretary; David Claude, president; Joey Martin, I.C.C. 
representative; Alan Nilsen, treasurer; Fred Knack, vice president; Claude Tate, 
tournament director. 



CHESS CLUB 




Chess Club members show their devotion by 
standing in the Homecoming rain. 



The Chess Club, while comparatively new at Prin- 
cess Anne, enjoyed a fine year. The team which the 
club sponsors plays both scholastically and in the 
Eastern Virginia Chess League. It had an undefeat- 
ed season in scholastic competition, and participated 
in the final competition for the Eastern Virginia 
League. 



Excitement mounts as a checkmate becomes inevitable. 




FUTURE 
NURSES 

Working toward a pos- 
sible career in medicine, 
members of the Future 
Nurses Club practice 
methods of bedside and 
rural nursing. Popular at 
meetings are the round- 
table discussions of the 
various fields of nursing, 
such as nursing the dis- 
abled, assisting at opera- 
tions, or teaching other 
prospective nurses. 
Through the club's mani- 
fold activities, including 
volunteer work at DePaul 
and Norfolk General, its 
members are learning 
more of this Florence 
Nightingale - inspired ca- 




Left to right: Suzanne Payne, treasurer; Jean Powers, secretary; Kay McHone, presi- 
dent; Paulette Davis, historian and parliamentarian; Velma Baiter, vice-president; 
Mrs. Helen MacMillian, sponsor. 



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"Well, it's a funny thing — I felt better before I came in here!" 



' they can dedicate themselves to a rewarding profession. 




All students enrolled in Distributive Education 
are eligible for membership in the D.E. Club. 
Through club activities they learn about different 
parts of the distributive field . . . retail, service, 
or wholesale business. They continue their class 
room study of human relations, stock keeping, mer- 
chandise selling, and advertising, all the while, re- 
ceiving on the job training. 

The experience gained through participation in 
club projects will be invaluable to them in their 
careers. Upon leaving the club, graduating members 
have already traveled a good distance along the 
road to success. 




Miss Lassiter, D.E. co-ordinator, enjoys a brief re- 
spite during a busy day. 



DISTRIBUTIVE 



Left to riglit: Sandra Waterfield, treasurer; IWavi Herring, secretary; Billy Gentry, 
president; Indie Flora, historian; Micl^ey Baker, second vice-president; Rhoda Sturte- 
vant, reporter. Not pictured: Sandra Irish, first vice-president. 





Watching the birdie are these business-minded members of the D.E. Club. 



D.E. members listen attentively in class. 



EDUCATION 



Windblown, but far from weary, these 
D.E. officers wave to the crowd during 
Homecoming. 







Co-ordinating the activities of P.A.'s numer- 
ous Hi-Y's and Tri-Hi-Y's, the Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y 
Council worlcs to create better relationships 
among its member organizations. The high 
point of its activities is the annual Candy Cane 
Ball, held just before the Christmas holidays. 
Through the council, each Hi-Y or Tri-Hi-Y 
can learn new ideas for projects and new meth- 
ods of organization. All can benefit frotn being 
able to work together amicably. 



Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y Council Officers, seated left to right: 
Rena Fishel, chaplain; Paige Valentine, secretary; Ruth 
Byrns, treasurer; Susie Harpold, vice-president. Standing, 
left to right, Ray Almond, sergeant at arms; Tommy Am- 
mons, president. 



Everyone has a wonderful time at the Candy Cane Ball. 
This dance sponsored by the Hi-Y Tri-Hi-Y Council high- 
lighted the Christmas activities of 1961. 



Council members meet briefly in the foyer to ascertain 
last minute plans for Candy Cane. 




We join in friendship 
with a prayer for world 
peace upon our lips. 



"Let's check our list 
once more to see if we 
have enough for our 
Thanksgiving baskets." 





HI-Y AND TRI-HI-Y 
COUNCIL 




Left to right: Berry Folkes, treasurer; Cecilia Gerloff, ser- 
geant-at-arms; Claudia Frias, vice-president; Marlene Ar- 
mour, president; Frances Sachon, recording secretary; Kathy 
Reid, corresponding secretary; Jane Harrison, ICC repre- 
sentative; Diane Rainier, chaplain. 



Trinity girls are making scrapbooks for the children 
in Portsmouth Naval Hospital. This was one of their 
December projects for community service. 




Bright sun and bitter cold produce vivid facial expressions on these Trinity girls. 



TRINITY 
TRI-HI-Y 

Working together to achieve the 
goals set forth by Tri-Hi-Y clubs, 
has been Trinity's constant endeavor. 
Service projects have included mak- 
ing scrapbooks for children who were 
hospitalized, selling pro- 
grams and confetti at the 
first football game, and a 
list of other projects for 
home, school, and commu- 
nity. Each girl through 
her interest and work has 
made Trinity an active 
and worthwhile organiza- 
tion at Princess Anne. 





President Marlene Armour offers 
a suggestion to committee chair- 
man Diane Rainier. 



Busy hands make posters for the 
Candy Cane Ball and prepare 
blessings to be placed on the cafe- 
teria tables, adding two more 
service projects to Trinity's long 
list. 




Scepter's members are determined "to go places" even if they must go by scooter. 



SCEPTER 
TRI-HI-Y 



As a scepter is a symbol of authority, 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y is a symbol of prestige 
in our school and our community. The 
sponsoring of a welfare family at Christ- 
mas and a "Favorite Teacher Contest" 
were two of Scepter's outstanding pro- 
jects this year. Success in projects and 
the benevolence gained from welfare 
work contribute to these girls' confidence 
and social consciousness. 




Left to right: Margaret Anne Walker, historian; 
Pat Hess, vice-president; Kathy Herman, chap- 
lain; Paulette Davis, parliamentarian; Nancy 
Von Elm, president; Carol Harrison, secretary; 
Georgia Fo.x, treasurer. 




These girls evaluate their participation in club activi- 
ties by means of a point system. Here they seem 
pleased with the record. 



Scepterites tear, cut, and paste as they make scrap 
books for hospitalized children. 





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Theta girls pose for PEERAGE photo. 




Standing, left to right: Karen Felts, 
parliamentarin ; Margery McKillen, cor- 
responding secretary ; Barbara Stanford, 
treasurer ; Betsy Tysor, chaplain. Seated, 
left to right: Carolyn Franklin, vice- 
president ; Susie Harpold, president ; 
Paige Valentine, secretary. 

Throughout the past year, the activi- 
ties of Theta have evidenced its members' 
concern for the improvement of our 
school and of the community. Theta has 
kept the girls rest rooms at PA supplied 
with soap during the past few months. 
A community project involved the col- 
lection of old sheets for the Cancer So- 
ciety. These projects have not only bene- 
fitted Princess Anne, but they have also 
created lasting friendships among the 
members of this Tri-Hi-Y. 



THETA 
TRI-HI-Y 



Theta members exchange news at the bulletin 
board. 



ATHENA 
TRI-HI Y 



Athena Tri-Hi-Y has tried to up- 
hold high standards of Christian 
behavior during the past year. 
Through various service projects 
and social activities Athena mem- 
bers have developed maturity, re- 
sponsibility, and a concern for the 
welfare of our school and our com- 
munity. 




Athena Tri-Hi-Y officers are left to right: Valerie Vestal, president; 
Lou Ann Legum, vice-president; Beth Tignor, secretary; Carol Flanigan, 
treasurer; Dolores Bradberry, reporter; Orelia Sparrow, chaplain. 




Looks like the aye's have it as Athena votes to decide on one more service project. 



Balmy January weather permitted this outdoor shot of the Athena Tri-Hi-Y members. 



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QUO VADIS 
TRI-HI-Y 

The striving to promote high standards of 
Christian character throughout the home, school, 
and community has been the outstanding charact- 
eristic of Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y. This Tri-Hi-Y's 
concern for our community was evidenced in 
their projects of collecting stamps for Veterans, 
carolling at the T.B. Hospital, and giving a Val- 
entine's party for children at St. Mary's Hospital. 




Left lo right: Gail Edwards, chaplain; Brenda 
Futrell, secretary; Pat Plevyak, president; Kathy 
Smith, vice-president; Pat Brown, treasurer; Jean 
Ferebee, reporter (not pictured). 




Pat Plevyak, Quo Vadis president, tells the girls to 
send lots of letters so they'll get many stamps for a 
club project in the return mail. 



Quo Vadis girls — ain't they sweet? 



Sally and Gail approach Miss McMath with an- 
other problem. The do-nut sale! 





Pretty smiles from the young Coronet lovelies. 



CORONET 
TRI-HI-Y 

Coronet lists among its many activities 
sponsoring the Student-Faculty Basket- 
ball Game, the "Mr. Wonderful" Contests, 
and charitable projects at Thanksgiving 
and Christmas. These active girls strive 
continually to serve home, school, and 
community. 




"The one in the middle, he's right cute! 



Left to right: Susan Lamorelle and Cheryl Nichols, co-chaplains; 
Elaine Thornton, president; Sheron Noel, vice-president; Joyce 
Warren, secretary; Ruth Bryns, treasurer; Vernell Heusell, reporter; 
Diane Lumpkin and Betty Atwood, co-historians. 





Coronet girls are advocating clean scholarship at Princess Anne. 



Left to right: Joe Monahan, 
vice-president; Ray Almond, 
president; Mike Matton, chap- 
lain; Gary Miller, treasurer; 
Tom Vaughan, reporter-histo- 
rian; Tom Ammons, I.C.C. rep- 
resentative. 





"Gee, vkrhat happened to the 
girls who were coming?" 



SIGMA 



Sigma Phi members wait expectantly for the meeting to begin. 




The young men in Sigma Phi Hi-Y 
represent the ideals of character devel- 
opment and spiritual life to which they 
aspire. During the past year these mem- 
bers have sponsored a "Keep the Cafe- 
teria Clean" project and have helped 
the needy in our community through 
contributions. Representatives from 
Sigma Phi were delegates to Model Gen- 
eral Assembly and the District Confer- 
ence. Still these workers found the time 
to wash the classroom blackboards, pre- 
pare a float for Homecoming which won 
second prize, and attend church together 
each month. 




PHI HI-Y 



"At least it's more profitable than pitching horse shoes!" 



Sigma Phi boys are caught in a candid(?) shot! 





Hearty support of our honor system 
and of the School Spirit Committtee 
characterize the efforts of Semper 
Paratus this year. Always on the look- 
out for ways to improve our school, 
these boys have been outstanding in 
their service to PA. Popular with the 
students was the sale of antenna flags, 
a very successful project for the club. 
Displaying brawn as well as brains, the 
club tied in a tug-of-war held earlier 
this year with another Hi-Y. 



Standing, left to right: Mike Jordon, secretary; Ray Wilson, treasur- 
er; Jerry McConnell, pi-esident. Seated: Donnie Downs, chaplain; Jim 
Miller, vice-president. 



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Paratus Hi-Y convenes. What 
could their purpose be . . . 
selling antennae flags maybe ? 




"Mr. Wonderful" 
gathers the Semper 
Paratus crew together 
to express valentine 
vrishes to all of you. 



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Our coaches provide inspira- 
tion for the developmet of char- 
acter and citizenship, while they 
train and perfect the skill of our 
teams. 




C. M. "TOMMY" TOMKO 

Athletic Director 



PETE SACHON 

Head Football Coach 



COACHES 



JAMES HUGHES 

Assistant Football 
Assistant Basketball 



JOHN GRADY 

Assistant Football 



HAROLD REVIS 

Varsity Basketball 
Tennis 





STEVE CHIPOK 

Line Coach, Football 



LOU BREEDLOVE 

Varsity Baseball 
Assistant Football 



DAN BUTLER 

Wrestling 
Assistant Football 



NORMAN FIELDS 

Assistant Football 
J. V. Basketball 



RONNIE DAVIS 

Assistant Wrestling 
Track 



ROBERT BRAUN 

Golf 






Co-captains Steve Miller and 
Dick Garriott 



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Fourth row, left to right : mgr. 

Wilkerson, D. Rich, B. O'Brien, 

Wilder, J. Gimbert, B. Seery, F 

Third row, left to right: R. Warford, R. James, T. Crig 

ger, B. Miles, L. O'Neal, T. Kuester, B. Morris, J. Stancil 

D. Terrell, L. Salch. Second row, left to right: L. Blehm 



Day, T. Gallagher. B. 
C. Carr, C. Todd, T. 
Fisher, R. Stansbury. 



H. Culpepper, D. Young, K. Spitzer, A. Haines, R. 
Hytinen, R. Strickler, T. Barrow, R. Edelman. A. Clabo. 
First row, left to right: M. Little, H. Harrell, D. Holland. 
J. Miller, D. Miller, S. Miller, D. Garriott. K. Keefe. J. 
Swain. B. Duprey, T. Harris, and B. Miles. 



FOOTBALL 



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Rick Edelman 



Herbert Culpepper 






Jim Miller 



Buster O'Brien 



Tom Harris 



Henry Harrell 



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Julian Swain 





Bob Miles 





Bill Duprey 



Andrew Haines 



Ken Keefe 



Dick Garriott 




Top: Bruce Wilkerson returns a punt in the Cradock game. 
Center: As his blocking forms, Herb Culpepper runs for 
another touchdown. Bottom : Terry Crigger intercepts a pass. 

Konest, Buster, I meant to catch it! 



VARSITY 



Autumn 1961 marked the best football sea- 
son for Princess Anne since the Cavaliers met 
their first gridiron opponents in 1954. After 
losing the first two games, our team went on 
to win the last eight of the season. We are 
proud of our team and of the staff who coach- 
ed them. Their fine record speaks for itself. ■ 





SCORES 






Princess Anne 


13 


Great Bridge 


26 


Princess Anne 





Norview 


34 


Princess Anne 


32 


Granby 


31 


Princess Anne 


40 


Churchland 


6 


Princess Anne 


34 


Hampton 





Princess Anne 


40 


Suffolk 





Princess Anne 


20 


Cradock 


12 


Princess Anne 


14 


Wilson 


13 


Princess Anne 


16 


Warwick 


6 


Princess Anne 


31 


Oscar Smith 


13 



Well, we got the first down anyway. 




FOOTBALL 




Charlie takes another of his twelve 
touchdown passes. 




"1 - 2," cha - cha - chal 




"Don't you guys be so rough!" seems 
to be the cry of this troubled Warwick 
Farmer. 



Doug Miller dives for an 
extra two yards. 




From the top, left to right : Grace Bamforth, 
Nancy Foy, Raquel Weyse, Sherry Breon, 
Lou Spangler, Sandra Hamrick, Anne Bar- 
croft, Laurie Peccia, Betsy Simmons, Jane 
Calf 66, Susan Lyon, Susie Lamorelle. 




The cheerleaders anxiously await the 
next play. 



VARSITY 



Co-captains Grace Bamforth and Sherry 
Breon accost Mrs. Shields, varsity cheer- 
leader sponsor, once more with an an- 
nouncement to be signed. 





Varsity cheerleaders lead pep rallies before homeroom 
period on Thursday and Friday mornings, adding a 
catalyst to the Cavalier victory cry. 



Norview cheerleaders come over to welcome Princess 
Anne to Chittum Field. 



CHEERLEADERS 



Synonymous with high spirits and enthusi- 
asm, the Varsity Cheerleaders exert energy in 
their devotion to Princess Anne. As their 
faces and voices become familiar, they begin 
to radiate the hope and fervor that made them 
cheerleaders. A cheerleader's job is not lim- 
ited only to leading cheers at a game, but also 
involves stirring student interest in athletic 
events through posters, banners, and pep 
rallies. 



Susie Lamorelle, Nancy Foy, and Raquel 
Weyse "touch up" megaphones for the 
'62 football season. 



Lou Spangler and Anne Barcroft unroll 
crepe paper, while Jane Calfee and 
Susan Lyon supervise. 



Laurie Peccia (kneeling) demonstrates 
a new cheer for Betsy Simmons and 
Sandra Hamrick. 





Team effort is needed to stop the JV Cavaliers. 








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These Pilots just can't seem to get this Cavalier 
down. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 
FOOTBALL 

Our Junior Varsity football team had a very 
successful season, and we point with pride to 
the scores that confirm their powers on the 
gi'idiron. 





SCORES 




Princess Anne 


34 


Great Bridge 


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Princess Anne 


7 


Woodrow Wilson 


13 


Princess Anne 


34 


Churchland 





Princess Anne 


47 


Warwick 





Princess Anne 


26 


Granby 


19 


Princess Anne 


39 


Norview 







Co-captains 
Richard Spence 
and Fred Gray 



Third row, left to right: S. Norris, G. Bullock, G. Casper, 
B. Wilkerson, J. Smith, J. Gimbert, W. Hedge, J. Peceia, 
R. Clabo. Second row, left to right: J. Bevel, G. Tucker, 
U. Kreismanis, D. Valianos, F. Gray, L. Gallagher, B. 



Hubbard, B. Howerin, B. Seery, R. Davis. First row, left 
to right: J. Garrett, P. Atherton, B. Holt, E. Amhold, 
J. Phelps, J. Clarke, T. Jackson, C. Coulborn, R. Mc- 
Mahon, B. Warford, R. Spence. 




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Front row, left to right: Thnetta Newman and Patsy Fox, co-captains. Second row: 
Molly White, Susan Blankenship, Rena DeJoseph, Barbara Coates, Pam Kerber, 
Dottie Sisson, Betty Martin, and Jeanne Marshall. 

JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 

Besides cheering the Junior Varsity teams 
toward victory, these vivacious girls sold foot- 
ball programs at all Varsity games in Cox 
Stadium. Most of them hope to exchange their 
blue JV skirts for Varsity red in a year or two. 



"Yea, team!" shout the cheerleaders as the JV's make 
another first down. 




The JV cheerleaders are shown executing a Cavalier victory 
yell during a home game. 





"And the score goes up another notch!" 



Co-Captains 
Bill Midgette and Richard McDonald 



Bill Midgette 



Doug Paschall 



Richard MacDonald 



Paul Amato 





Art Halstead 



Tommy Garceau 



Brian Brinkley 



Randy Leddy 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Left to right: Gordor, Nolan, Art Halstead, Brian Brinkley, Bill Midgette, David 
Stockley, Charles Carr, Richard Spencer, Randy Leddy, Glenn Colley, Paul Amato, 
Doug Paschall, Tommy Garceau, Richard MacDonald. Not Pictured: Bob Henderson. 






"Come to me little ball," says Randy. 



P.A. pulls ahead with this basket by Bob Henderson. 



VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 



The varsity basketball team during the past year 
has exhibited a desire to promote a record of ath- 
letic excellence for Princess Anne. Team co-opera- 
tion, sportsmanship, and individual skill were quali- 
ties characteristic of the spirit of this team. 



Bob Henderson 



Charles Carr 



Gordon Nolan 



Glenn CoUey 






Richard Spence 



Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 



Anne 63 

Anne 61 

Anne 55 

Anne 50 

Anne 72 

Anne 46 

Anne 52 

Anne 54 

Anne 61 

Anne 49 



David Stocliley 



Halifax 

Churchland 

Oscar Smith 

Cradock 

Norview 

Hampton 

Cradock 

Halifax 

Oscar Smith 

Granby 



Caught between two determined opponents, Brian Brinkley 
reaches out to intercept the ball. 



SCORES 



47 
38 
50 
59 
55 
53 
65 
57 
38 
41 



Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 
Princess 



Anne 40 

Anne 45 

Anne 60 

Anne 45 

Anne 47 

Anne 38 

Anne 48 

Anne 50 

Anne 61 



Maurv 

Suffolk 

Norview 

Maury 

Warwick 

Wilson 

Newport News 

Warwick 

Suffolk 



56 
49 

38 
54 
47 
57 
63 
34 
45 



"I say old chap you're blocking my view!" says Bob. 



Paul Amato sends the ball into the air as Richard MacDon- 
ald sets a screen. 






Mike Brown takes careful aim. 



The J.V.'s have a sure two points on this play. 



Now, boys, wait your turn! 



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VARSITY 

BASKETBALL 

With them effort and good sportsmanship, the 
J.V. basketball players gained the experience 
which will be invaluable to them next year. Their 
good record completed a successful season. 







SCORES 




Princess 


Anne 


37 


Churchland 


45 


Princess 


Anne 


35 


Oscar Smith 


21 


Princess 


Anne 


62 


Great Bridge 


50 


Princess 


Anne 


53 


Norview 


59 


Princess 


Anne 


56 


Hampton 


55 


Princess 


Anne 


48 


Cradock 


37 


Princess 


Anne 


55 


F. W. Cox 


15 


Princess 


Anne 


67 


Oscar Smith 


34 


Princess 


Anne 


49 


Granby 


55 


Princess 


Anne 


65 


Maury 


41 


Princess 


Anne 


47 


Suffolk 


46 


Princess 


Anne 


44 


Norview 


32 


Princess 


Anne 


47 


Maury 


33 


Princess 


Anne 


66 


Warwick 


26 


Princess 


Anne 


45 


Wilson 


51 


Princess 


Anne 


41 


Newport News 


52 


Princess 


Anne 


53 


Ferguson 


27 




I'm afraid to look, tell me what happens! 



Left to right: Tommy Yancey, Lonnie Gallagher, Pete Athertoij, Bill Caten, Butch 
Stamni, Buster O'Brien, Billy Bowes, Mike Brown, Mike Messina, Rick Nolan, Ronnie 
Wagner, Tommy Adams, Russel Smith, Bob Howerin. 





Bob Hogue 



Bob Jenkins 



Neal Shelby 



Robert Schwartz 



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Interest in high school wrestling builds each 
year as more boys come out, competition gets 
keener, and the team's following increases. This 
year we had two Eastern District champions, and 
a state finalist. 



WRESTLINC 



Ray Almond 



Gary Miller 



Tom Harris 



John Smith 

Eastern District Champion 





David Miller 




Bob McKain 




Whit Martin 




Lenny Kight 








SCORES 






Princess Anne 


48 


Churchland 


10 


Princess Anne 28 


Wilson 


20 


Princess Anne 


38 


Warwick 


16 


Princess Anne 12 


Norview 


28 


Princess Anne 


44 


Cradock 


8 


Princess Anne 16 


Granby 


30 


Princess Anne 


37 


Great Bridge 


13 


Princess Anne 22 


Maury 


27 



TEAM 



standing left to right: Steve Miller. Tom Harris, Buddy Robertson, John Smith, Bill 
Castle, Ray Almond, Robert Schwartz, Curtis Forbes. Kneeling left to right: Bobby 
Faison, David Miller, Bob Jenkins, Bob Hogue, Neal Shelby, Gary Miller, John Hopkins, 
Lenny Kight. 






Greg Tedesco 

Eastern District Champion 



"You feel okay, Mac?'' 



Staylor has his opponent in a predicament — to say the 
least. 



What has two heads, four arms, and three legs? 







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Tom Harris braces himself as he pins tljis Churchland Trucker. 



Coach Butler strikes a prayerful pose as he thinks up 
new strategy. 



Do you have that tired, rundown feeling:? 






Charlie Carr, Cavalier batter, and Pete Register, 
Churchland catcher, await the pitch. 



A slide at home plate is always a crucial point in 
the game. This one looks safe for the Cavaliers. 



BASEBALL 



The baseball season of '61 was a successful 
one for the Cavaliers as illustrated by the 
team record. 







SCORES 




Princess 


Anne 


14 


Virginia Beach 


3 


Princess 


Anne 


6 


Great Bridge 





Princess 


Anne 


12 


Norview 


5 


Princess 


Anne 


7 


Maury 


3 


Princess 


Anne 


3 


Hampton 


15 


Princess 


Anne 


6 


Warwick 


12 


Princess 


Anne 


4 


Cradock 





Princess 


Anne 


6 


Granby 


1 


Princess 


Anne 


6 


Churchland 


5 


Princess 


Anne 


3 


Great Bridge 


2 


Princess 


Anne 





Wilson 


3 


Princess 


Anne 


3 


Newport News 


5 


Princess 


Anne 


3 


Oscar Smith 


1 


Princess 


Anne 


4 


Wilson 


3 


Princess 


Anne 


7 


Virginia Beach 


5 







Robert Henderson punches the ball over the second baseman's 
head for a single. 



TENNIS 



For elegance of motion, tennis has reigned 
supreme among gentlemen in sports since it 
was first played in the sunny courtyards of 
Egypt. Princess Anne follows the graceful 
tradition of generations of players and tennis 
is played with the serene intensity that makes 
it a varsity sport. 





Through the net we see Bill Shields preparing for Allen Whichard's 
swift return. 




Intent on the game, 
Brian Brinkley 
makes a powerful 
serve. 




Members of the Tennis Team are, left to right: Brian Brinkley, Leon Jarvis, Bill 
Shields, Allen Whichard, Bruce Terry, and Bob Solomon. 



GOLF 



Golf is truly an individual sport, one 
that can be played for many years after 
leaving high school. While most other 
sports require speed, golf requires time 
and patience. Each year more boys 
come out for this sport. 




Coach Braun demonstrates for Mel Leonard a golfing technique 
as Bob Lane looks on. 



Kneeling, left to right: Mel Leonard, Robert Frick, Ronald Sprinkle, Kenny Grubbs, 
Ronnie Shackletord, Danny Childress. Standing, left to right: Skipper Leach, Tom 
Dunford, James McDonald, Mike Jordan, Don Danielson, and Bill Morris. 





CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 

Kneeling, left to right: Jay Ferguson, Reid Ervin, Wayne Smith, Don Smith, Bill Castle, 
and Mike Persinger. Standing, left to right: Coach Ron Davis, Tim Holmes, Paul 
Craig, Bob Esenberg, Larry Hightower, and Fred Wood. 



TRACK 



"It's only ten miles — a little practice never hurt any one." 



Thirteen separate events make up the 
most individualistic sport in the school's 
curriculum. Proficiency in any one of 
these events requires constant exercise 
and conditioning. 

Often there are only a few spectators 
which is disappointing to the partici- 
pants, but their personal satisfaction is 
great. 



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Our Homecoming Court adorns the Varsity Club float for the parade around the 
stadium. Left to right: Marlene Armour, Sherry Breon, Judy Laramie, Nancy Gotwald, 
and Grace Bamforth. 

HOMECOMING 




Coronet Tri-Hi-Y "cages a tiger" and captures first place 
in the float contest. Ann Aaron is the attractive Cavalier. 




Autumn's most colossal football celebration 
was to have been the Homecoming Weekend. 
With grandiose plans formed and spirits run- 
ning high, catastrophe occurred. The heavens 
crackled with electricity and ominous clouds 
hovered over Cox Stadium as the band and drill 
team performed. In still darker climate, the 
cavalcade of elaborately festooned floats pre- 
pared by most of the school's clubs formed its 
train about the track. It had scarcely finished 
it first circuit when the rains poured down 
upon the helpless spectators. Thousands of 
people trapped in the stands streamed to- 

ward the parking lots. 

As if one reminder of this destruction was 
not enough, the re-scheduled game for Sat- 
urday night was cancelled. Undaunted, the 
revellers who appeared at the long awaited 
Queen's Ball, celebrated the coronation of Miss 
Grace Marie Bamforth, Homecoming Queen, 
1961-62. 

The re-scheduled game and resulting victory 
over Oscar Smith somewhat compensated the 
loss of all the excitement and color of our 
Homecoming. However, we shall remember 
Homecoming 1961-62. 



As Betsy says, "Hi darlings"; Laurie says, 
"mmm! Good"; and Susan says, "Hi you all," 
the Varsity Cheerleaders roll on. 




^omecomina J,ueen 



MISS GRACE MARIE BAMFORT 




HOMECOMING COURT 




HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES 




Braving rain and wind, Cavaliers hold high their 
hopes above a fallen Tiger. 



A truly fine representation of club and school spirit 
was made by these and all participants. 



The bright smiles of the Keyette officers shine 
through the rain. 



The Girls Athletic Association pose in reverent 
homage to the tennis racket and hockey stick. 




Brewing a cauldron of victory are these future 
homemakers. 



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sized "hypo" in a fight against polio. 



ACADEMIC HONORS 



JOSEPHINE JONES 

SALUTATORIAN 



NANCY GOTWOLD 
VALEDICTORIAN 





RICHARD JAMES 



NANCY FOY 



OUTSTANDING JUNIORS 




Best All Around 

Grace Bamforth and Dick Garriott 



Best Personality 

Sandra Oliver and Bailey Spence 



HALL OF 



Friendliest 

Judy Brim and Doug Miller 



Most Likely To Succeed 

Elaine Thornton and Reid Ervin 




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Most School Spirited 

Roger Prove and Sherry Breon 



Best Looking 

Betty Bernard and Jim Miller 



FAME 



Wittiest 

G. Robert Jones and Sissy Girard 




The Class of 1962 recognizes its 
members who are outstanding in di- 
verse fields by election to the "Senior 
Hall of Fame." Fourteen categories 
exist to honor the handful of seniors 
who have achieved pre-eminent ex- 
cellence in a single area of their high 
school life. With their manifest abili- 
ties, they shall continue with success 
in college and the world. 



With a bi-ight future ahead of them, 
the members of the 1962 Hall of Fame 
represent the epitome of talent in their 
special fields. Best wishes are extended 
to them by the student body and facul- 
ty. 




Best Sport 

Berry Folkes and Kenny Spitzer 



HALL OF 



Most Talented 

Anne Powell and Ammon Tharp 



Most Popular 

Marlene Armour and Tim Barrow 





Most Athletic 

Linda German and Steve Miller 



Most Studious 
Mitchell Brody and Gail Morgan 



'AME 



Best Dressed 

Brenda Womack and Lee Blehm 



Most Intelligent 

Nancv Gotwald and Cliff Brown 





Back row, left to right: Tim Barrow, Stacy Garrett, and Dick Garriott. Front row, left 
to right: Tommy Edenton, Reid Ervin, Bill Shield, Kenny Spitzer, John Ward. 



GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE 



Bill Shield, Supreme Court Justice, discusses these office cards with 
Governor's Aide, John Ward, while Tim Barrow, Sheriff of Boone 
City, studies an official report. 



Tom Edenton, Superintendent of Schools 
of Boone City, shows an important pro- 
posal to Stacy Garrett, Chief of Police 
of Washington City. 





Each year a group of oustanding students is selected 
to attend Girls' and Boys' State where they learn the 
functions of the government on city, local, and state 
levels and become acquainted with the party system. 
These students, representing the best of P. A. in 
scholarship and in leadership, are assigned positions 
in the General Assembly, Executive Department, 
Judiciary, or local government. 



Left to right: Marlene Armour, Floor Leader of the 
House of Delegates; Pat Plevyak, Supreme Court 
Justice; Grace Bamforth; Representative to the 
House of Delegates. Not pictured: Judy Brim, Cir- 
cuit Court Judge. 





"Operator, please connect us wtih Boys' State!" 



Friendship, excitement, laughter, and various learning experiences filled one short 
week. Now only pleasant memoris are left. 




HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR 




HOMECOMING 

Although our homecoming festivities were somewhat 
dampened, the J.V. cheerleaders kept a smile. 



FOOTBALL BANQUET 

Herbert Culpepper receives the "Most Valuable Player" 
award at the annual Football Banquet. 



OUR MASCOT VICTOR 

Smiling for the camera, Victor displays his 
pleasing personality, which enlightened our 
football season. 



POWDER PUFF 

Senior girls emerged victorious from the 
Powder Puff football game — 15-0. 



1962 





CANDY CANE BALL 

The annual Candy Cane Ball highlighted the Christmas 
holidays. 



RUITAN BOWL 

Marlene Armour reigned as queen of 
the 1962 Ruitan Bowl. 



MISS PRINCESS ANNE CONTEST 

Susan Tobits, Miss P.A. of 1961, crowns Linda Howell Miss P.A. of 1962. 
Nancy Ackiss, Keyette Club president, presents Linda with a bouquet of 
roses. 

GRADUATION 
SENIOR PROM 

The unforgettable Senior Prom was a pro- 
duct of many hours of hard work and plan- 
ning. 



The Class of 1962 reviews the memory 
filled four years at P. A., as they pre- 
pare to take a new path into the fu- 
ture. 




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BRINKLEY'S 
SHELL SERVICE 

31st St. and Holly Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

"A Friendly Service Plus 
Quality Products" 



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Compliments of 

ROBBINGS CORNER 
GROCERY 

1648 Ocean Park Rd. 




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HOLLOMON-BROWN FUIRAL HOME 



Norfolk, Virginia 



ALVIN H. JACOBSON 
ADVERTISING AGENCY 

221 Flatiron Building 
Norfolk, Va. MA 7-3187 



Compliments of 

STANDARD 

IRON & STEEL 

INC. 





SINGER 




SEWING MACHINE 


CO. 


142 


Janaf Shopping Center 




Norfolk, Va. 





ADAMS BROTHERS 
PLUMBING CORP. 

Plumbing Heating Air Conditioning 

Phone GA 8-6731 

P. O. Box 3-416 17th Street 

Virginia Beach, Va. 







FUEL OIL 












G. A. DOWIS 








"If 


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6056 Virginia Beach 


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Phone: UL 5-3421 












UL 5-0871 









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ARMISTEAD & MORRISON SHELL SERVICE 

Your Neighborhood One Stop Service Station 

And 

Fuel Oil Dealer, Complete 

Burner Service and Installation 

4603 Indian River Road 
Dial 543-0786 



Compliments of 



YODER DAIRIES 



7260 Kempsville Road 



Phone: 497-3518 











Center 

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21st Street and Wards Corn 


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230 





BOYD-BLUFORDE CIGAR CO., 


INC. 










Wholesale 










Tobaccos- 


—Confections — School Supplies 








500 E. 


Bute Street 




Norfolk, 


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PRICES INCORPORATED 

Brand Name Appliances 
Television and Stereos 

Since 1905: Seven Stores To Serve You 
Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Virginia Beocin, Virginia 





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Renieniner, America... 



"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." 
— Thomas Jefferson — 

In the historic land served by Virginia Electric 
and Povi'er Company, this warning is not easy to 
forget. On every hand, contrasted vi^ith the land- 
marks of this progressive, growing area, are the 
monuments to America's unending fight for 
freedom. 

But freedom cannot be preserved in stone or 
defended by monuments. Freedom must exist 
in the heart of the individual. It must be cham- 
pioned by the living. 

The freedom to build ... to create ... to grow 
as free individuals in a free nation is our price- 
less heritage from the past. Its cost is our 
eternal vigilance. 







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VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND 
POWER COMPANY 

Richmond, Virginia 



Ramparts of the Continental Army, 
Yorkitown, Vo. 






upermapket 

3600 Military Highway 



SWINDELL POLLOCK 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Auto — Fire — Liability 

7206 Kempsville Road 
Norfolk, Va, 

Office GY 7-4536 
Home GY 7-0231 



ARAGONA BEAUTY 
SALON 

Under The Direction Of 
Katheryn DeCosi 

"Tomorrow's Hoir Styling Today" 

"Hair Coloring Specialist" 

Permanent Waves — Haircuts 

Shampoos and Sets 

Phone GY 7-0631 
8008 Virginia Beach Blvd. 



HOBBY CORNER 

At Aragona 
Virginia Beach Blvd. 



PRINCESS ANNE'S ONLY 
HOBBY SHOP 

Phone: GY 7-2954 

Hobby Supplies — Toys — Cameras 

8025 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Norfolk 2, Virginia 



FLAMINGO 
RESTAURANT 




Shore Drive 




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Circa 1720 



Lynnhaven, Va. 



SHOPS FOR THE LADIES AND 
THEIR DAUGHTERS 



EDDIE'S AUTO SERVICE 



1646 Ocean Park Road 



24 Hour Wrecker Service 
Stai-e Inspection Station 



Phone: HO 4-071 1 
Residence Phone: HO-4-2843 




lie welcome you to 
visit us and enjoy our 
tremendous collection 
of fine furniture 
shown entirely in 
room settings 



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accessories, 
and 
interior 
design. 



open daily from 9-5:30 • open Monday and Friday nights from 7 to 9 p.m. 



Congratulations 
Class of '62 

MURDEN DRUG CO., 

INC. 

London Bridge 

Tel. 340-8111 



Shop 


COLONIAL STORES 


A 


Woman's World 


of 


Fine Food Shopping 



Compliments of 

BAYSIDE BOWL 

"The place for family 
recreation." 

1200 Pleasure House Rd. 
Bayside, Va. 



SULLIVAN'S 

Men and Boy's Wear 

3902 Granby St. 
Norfolk, Va. 




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BOIEY'S AMERICA! 

Kempsville, Va. 
For Road Service Dial 697-4545 



Compliments of 



INCOME TAX SERVICE 

7512 Military Highway 



VIRGINIA BEACH 
FLORIST 



Laskln Rd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 




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243 Granby Street 




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Norfolk, Va. 




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PINE TREE INN 

Virginia Beach Blvd. 
We Cater To Banquets 



237 



VIRGINIA TRAILER SALES 

418 North Military 
Highway 

Phone: UL 5-0444 



Compliments 
of 

CIOLA'S 

Va. Beach Blvd. 

Rt. 58-Business 
Phone: GA 8-9601 



Life at an easy pace . . . 
As you should have it . . . 
At the beautiful, ranch type 

HOLMES CONVALESCENT HOME 



Phone: 341-2124 



Located Conveniently To Norfolk and Virginia Beach 



Congratulations to 




Mitchell Brody For His Outstanding 
College Board Scores 



From 

ASPHALT ROADS AND 
MATERIAL CO. 

Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Lynnhaven, Virginia 

Phone: 341-1950 



Compliments of 

FABRIC MART 

6201 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Norfolk, Virginia 




CONGRATULATIONS 



CLASS OF 1962 




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BAYSIDE PHARMACY 

Bayside Shopping Center 

2101 Shore Drive 

At The Corner Of 

Shore Drive and Pleasure House Road 

Phones: HO 4-1463 — HO 4-2711 



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FRANK G. ENNIS DIVISION 





Congratulations to the Great Class of '62 

HURD'S 
SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 

Lynnhaven & Oceana 



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Virginia Beach Blvd. at Rosemont 



Phone 
341-5924 



Mailing Address 
P.O. Box 185 
Lynnhcven, Virginia 



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LIKEWISE, THE GATES CLt)§E. 
'NOTHING NOW IS LEFT BUT 
MEMORY." 






S7n JKemoriam 



Mr. R. H. Owen, a kindly gentleman whom 
many called friend, was removed suddenly by 
death from Princess Anne — Virginia Beach 
School Division on December twenty-sixth. His 
sense of humor had smoothed the rough places 
for all who knew him. 

Mr. Owen's desire to serve his fellow man in 
any capacity has afforded the community a clear 
image of unselfishness to admire and emulate. 
All who were associated with him in education. 



church, and community, knew that one in need 
would command his attention, energy and influ- 
ence until the burden was eased. 

Finally, his achievements throughout his life 
marked the man a gentleman in its finest mean- 
ing. He disdained to climb except by lifting oth- 
ers, refused to stoop to selfish ways of lesser 
men and gave forth the courtesy and unfailing 
good will that seemed embedded in his soul. 



from School News and Views, Princess Anne County 



We thank these photographers who have not only made the annual 
possible but also have worked on many other school publications. 










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