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DEDICATION 



We, the first Graduating Class of Princess Anne High School, dedicate 
this, the 1955 "Peerage," to friendship. It is our steadfast hope that the 
future will realize the power of friendship and sow it abundantly over the 
face of this troubled world; and that the seeds of friendship will burst open, 
take root and send forth foliage of goodness; and that this foliage will have the 
strength to wrap around all evil and choke it into non-existence. Our belief 
is that friendship, however slight it might be, is the most direct step toward 
world peace and progress. It is our strongest hope that we have gained enougji 
knowledge at Princess Anne to contribute, in some way, toward changing the 
world's expression into a smile. 





To bring about a better understanding of this book, we have selected hands 
as its theme. We made this selection in vieic of the great power of the human 
hand; the power to reflect and make use of the mind^s ideas, to store knoul- 
edge on pieces of paper, to show friendship by a handshake, and to make books 
such as this possible. 



FOREWORD 



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CONTENTS 



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Each person iiiust do his job and co-operate with others to reach 
any goal. To present this yearbook it took not only the photog- 
rapher, not only the artist, not only the writer, but it took 
energetic hands of all three of those concerned, working as a team. 



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Going home! After six classes a day, the students load the 
buses and head for home, tired but happy. Our beloved faculty 
park their rattling jalopies and modern machines in the s])acious 
lot behind the school. 




Confusion reigns! Changing classes creates a problem in the 
halls of Princess Anne High School. Pupils gather in the student 
store to buy necessary supplies for the day. 



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Many hours may be spent traveling through the 
channels of time in this wonderland of books 
. . . our school library. 




Pictured above is a back view of the unfinished 
gym. The snow, covering the building, was one 
reason for the delay in construction. 




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The loud sound of new modern equipment drowns out all 
conversation as Mr. George Alexander's industrious metal shop 
class is seen busy at work. The students in here make book- 
ends, wastebaskets and many other useful articles for both 
home and school use. 



Below, left: Mrs. Ainslie calls the roll in one of her classes. 



Below, right: Officers of the D.E. Club watch as Mrs. Ainslie 
makes a placement call concerning a student. 




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Underueight or overweight is the im- 
portant question in this picture, as 
"Teeny" and Jean Ray weigh in. 



Office training students engaged in 
learning how to operate the sivitchboard. 






Our new physics department is well equipped with modern 
scientific instruments to further the knowledge of the physics 
students. 



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Student posing and sketching are some of the 
many activities taught in the new Art Depart- 
ment. 



The eighth grade journalism class is shoivn 
earnestly working to learn the fundamentals of 
icriting. This class prints its men newspaper. 





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The happy students above are attending Princess Anne's first 
pep rally, held to build the already spirited enthusiasm over 
the football team. New cheers tvere initiated at this first "lung 
practice." 



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SCHOOL BOARD 




First row, left to right: L. H. Jackson, Vice Chairman; John D. Dey, Chairman; Frank W. 
Cox, Superintendent. Second row, left to right: Roger Sawyer, Lloyd Murden, L. E. Gilbert. 

The primary duties of the Princess Anne County School Board are to 
select a Superintendent of Schools, to establish the policies by which the 
schools of the county are to be conducted, to set up the school budget, and to 
be responsible for the schools being run according to that budget. Though 
the board has no power to raise money, they ask tlie Board of Supervisors to 
allot it as it is needed. An awareness of the Princess Anne County Schools in 
recent years has been reflected in the fact that our school board has been 
successful in gradually raising the salaries of the teachers. The outlay for 
capital expenses has also increased by leaps and bounds. 



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MR. J. WARREN LITTLETON 
Principal 



MR. EDWIN CHARLES 

Assistant Principal 



A man of innumerable capabilities whose 
sincerity, generosity, friendliness, and deep- 
seated interest in the individual have won for 
him the love and admiration of each and every 
student and faculty member. Such a one is 
Mr. J. Warren Littleton, Principal of Princess 
Anne High School. 

Fair but stern, kind but firm, we are speak- 
ing of Mr. Edwin Charles, our conscientious 
Assistant Principal. Never failing to fulfill his 
duty and never avoiding the issue at hf nd, he 
gets things done thoroughly. Mr. Charles, we 
are deeply indebted to you for your contribu- 
tion in making this a school of which we can 
be proud. 

Our cameraman finally is able to snap a 
picture of our "on-the-go" office workers. These 
conscientious women seem to have something 
to do always — and right that minute. Left to 
right: Mrs. Bessie Long, Mrs. Margaret Dnngan, 
Mrs. Suzanne Cox. 




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Mrs. Frances Hudgin;; 
B.A., M.ED. William and Mary- 
Mr. E. E. Cox 

A.B. William and Mary 
M.A. University of Virginia 

Miss Elizabeth Browning 
B.s. Madison 

Miss Elizabeth C. Cillikin 
B.A. Longtvood 



FACULTY 



Mr. Jefferson Davis 
B.A. Elon 



Mr. William Trimmer Miss Julia Sawyer 

B.A. University of Richmond b.a. William and Mary 



Mr.. William Britton 
A.B., B.D. William and Mary 



Louis Breedlove, one of our civics teachers, explains 
and clarifies a story in the newspaper, for a pupil. From 
the grins on the faces of the other students, we guess 
it's "Today's Chuckle." 



What a job ! Too busy to stop and pose for our camera- 
man. Miss Florence Pettyjohn and Miss Elizabeth Brown- 
ing can oblige with only quick, pretty smiles. Our 
librarians want to have the new library in "tip-top" 
order. 



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mathematics . . 



Our cameraman drops in on a class of solid 
geometry. Mr. Oliver is explaining the geo- 
metrical figures on the hlarkhoard to his 
astonished class. 





Mrs. Ann Davis 

B.s. Boston Teacher's 

College 



Mr. Louis Breedlove 
B.A. Randolph-Macon 



A group of art students under the approving 
eye of Mrs. Davis, eagerly try to learn the 
proper use of paint and hrush. 



Mrs. Audrey Widgeon 
B.s. Madison 





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Miss Cora M. Blackmore 
B.s. Madison 



Mr. Frank Taylor 

B.A. Emory and Henry 

M.ED. William and Marv 



Miss Margaret Bailey 
A.B. Elon 




Mr. RobeVt Oliver 
B.S. East Carolina 



Mrs. Rosemary K. Dickens 
B.S. Baylor University 



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english 



Mr. Camp of the English department, breaks the 
monotony of class routine by allowing the class to view 
an attractive bulletin board, which is out of camera 
range. 




Mr. John Robbins 
i!.s. W illiam and Mary 



Mrs. Enid Beazley 
B.s. Madison 



Miss Kathryn Sellers 

B.A. Maryville 

M.A. East Carolina 




Miss Jewel Whitlock 

B.A. Mary Washington 

M.E. University of Virginia 



Mrs. Carolyn Atwell 
B.A. Mary ff ashington, 



Miss Ann Foster 
B.A. Longwood 



Mrs. Mary Barnes 
B.A. Westhampton 




A typical scene in the dramatics class room. Future 
thespians are taught acting, voice projection, stage poise, 
audience 'contact, and almost everything connected with 
the world of drama. 



Miss Inez Bryan 
B.A. Limestone 



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languag^es . . . 




The smiling face of Miss Jackie Tark- 
inglon is reason enough for taking 
Espanol. 



The location of a country is of prime 
importance to Miss Julia Sawyer's 
history class. 



Complete concentration is necessary 
when Miss Black accompanies. 



Mrs. Edith Barlow 
A.B. William, and Mary 




Mrs. Marjorie Bertok 

A.B. Mary Baldwin 

M.A. West Virginia 

University 



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Miss Constance Loving 
B.A. Longtvood 



Mrs. Mabel Church X ' M^sjo Charles 
B.A. Madison a'b. Transylvania 



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Miss Jackie Tarkington 
B.A. Wake Forest 





Mrs. Lucille Carmichael 
B.s. University of Missouri 



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business . . , home economics . . . 




Miss Helen Gresham 
B.s. Mary Washington 



Mrs. Horlense Eason 

B.s. Woman's College 

University North Carolina 



Miss Rebecca Bohannon 
B.A. Lynchburg 




Mrs. Rose Breedlove Mrs. Jeanne Ainslie 

B.s. Longwood b.s. Richmond Professional 

Institute 



This class, iiiulcr the supervision of Mrs. Eason, is 
amhiliously ac(|uiring more typinp ability. 







Members of a home economics class, trying to master 
the fine art of the needle and thread. 






Mrs. Dorothy Hudgins 
B.s. Radford 



Mrs. Virginia Fowlkes 
B.s. Madison 



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Mrs. Daphne Young 

b.s. FAist Carolina 



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Physical Ed. 
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Mrs. Editli Shi.lds 
B.s. Longtcood 




Mrs. Kritcli, Mrs. Shields, Miss Boswcll, and Mrs. 
Vickstroin prepare a physical education program for 
1955-56. 



Mrs. Anne Vickstroni Miss Elizaheth Boswell 
B.s. Longwood b.s. Longivood 



Mr. C. M. Toniko, the Athletic Director, 
relaxes between driver's training classes. 



Mr. Les Bertok 

B.s. Concord 

M.S. W. Virginia University 




Mr. George Shields 

A.B. AND M.A. University 

of North Carolina 



Mr. William Bowman 

B.A. Duke University 

M.A. W illium and Mary 



Mr. John Zizak 
B.A. University of Richmond 




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science «... music , . 



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Miss kills is explaining the probahililies and po.s>il)il 
ities of H2O. 



Mrs. Mahel Taylor 
B.s. Madison 



A jar of well pickled frogs is the center of interest in 
Miss Morrison's class. 



Miss Elizabeth Kilts 
B.S. Longtvood 



Miss Betty Bracey 
B.s. Longivood 





Mrs. Ann Mathews 

B.s. Tennessee Techt 






Miss Martha Morrison 
B.S. Longwood 



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Miss Riihy Black 
B.M.ED. Madison 



Mr. James Canlwell 
B.M. Cincinnati Conservatory 



Mr. Julius Williams 

A.B. Piedmont 
M.A. FyUSt Carolina 



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trades .... driving 





Here, Mr. George Alexander teaches the 
fundamentals of using the lathe to two students. 



Mr. E. L. Applegate 

B.s. University of Rutgers 

M.A. University of Columbiit 



Mr. Blair Myers 

B.A. Bridgewater 

M.ED. University of 

Pittsburgh 




Mr. R. C. Spencer 

B.s. State Teachers' College, 

Millersville, Penna. 



Mr. C. M. Tomko 
B.s. V. P. I. 



Mr. E. L. Applegate surveys the work of his 
teen-age draftsmen. Who knows! One of these 
boys may become a leading architect. 



TEACHERS NOT PICTURED: G. L. Alexander— b.s., 
East Carolina; Mrs. Mary Page — b.s.s.a., ff Oman's Col- 
lege University of North Carolina; Miss Anne Callis — 
B.S., Madison; Paul Boseman — b.s.. East Carolina; Mrs. 
Donna Connors — B.A., University of Western Maryland; 
Miss Florence Pettyjohn — B.s., Madison. 



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Front roic, left to right: Lynne Driesell, Kenny Mathews, Pam Cantwell, Deanna 
Jones, Iva Shapland, kaye Cullipher, Rohert Turner. Second row: Frankie William- 
son, Ida Faye McMath, Mary Clay Nichols. Elaine Allshrook, Beverly Roane, Martha 
Owens, Tommy Copley, Toni Vera, Roland Harris, Ronald Falls. Third row: Jane 
Clair, Diana Drennan, Deanna Gallup, Linda Jones, D.Burns ^Sophia West, Yolanda 
Eniig, Judy Blevins, Barbara Hendrickson, Barbara Sum ner, David Lane, Jackie 
Raleigh, Nadine Isaacs, ('arolyn Pick, Connie Silva, Julianne Meyerhoffer, Pat 
Kilmon. Fourth row: Billy Holland, John Ray Potter, Mike Stillman, Andy 
McCullar, Allan Bamforth, Richard Drescher, Aubrey Watts. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



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Though the Student Government is the 
chief coordinating group of all activities in and 
out of school, Princess Anne High School started 
its year in a state of utter confusion. However, 
through the cooperation of the entire student 
body and the very capable sponsors, the new 
S. C. A. was soon off to a good start. 

Among the first important things that the 
S. C. A. had to do were the writing of a con- 
stitution and the election of officers. As a result 
of the three schools coming together, a waiting 
period was necessary so that the student body 
might learn the best person qualified for the 
office of president. 

The chief aim of the new government 
was to promote scholarship and proper care 
of the building, grounds, and cafeteria. A code 
of ethics was also introduced and a concrete 
study of such problems as school attendance 
was made. 

The Princess Anne Student Cooperative 
Association was an active participant in the 
Tri-Coimcil Association. It was also well repre- 
sented at a forum at Miller and Rhodes in 
Richmond in February, and the State Conven- 
tion at Madison College in March. 






Inlroilucin? our Stiidcnl 
Government President, Miss 
Mary Clay Nichols, and 
Vice-President, Miss Elaine 
AUsbrook. 



A committee meets to plan the agenda 
for tomorrow's council assembly — All 
right girls, let's get to work! 



Posing for the cameraman are Eddie 
Barnes and Robin Clair, vice-presi- 
dent and reporter, respectively, of 
the Tri-C S.C.A. Federation. 



Ida Faye MeMath, secretary, and 
Beverly Roane, treasurer of the S.C.A., 
as they plan a budget for the year. 





Mr. Henry Roherts-on, Mrs. Elloiiise Peterson, Mrs. Erlene Slaton, Mrs. PegRy Kerniey, Mrs. 
Mattie Wynn, Mrs. Fannie Brown, Mrs. Madge Brumley, Mrs. Hazel ('raig, Mrs. Margaret 
Kirby, Mrs. Marjorie Murphy, Mr^. Amy Kirby,-Mrs. Annette Norris, Mrs. Edowise Amnions, 
Mrs. Edna Carithers, Mrs. Mabel Rainey. 



lunchroom staff . 



custodians 




VTe are indeed fortunate in having Mr. (ieorge Martin, <u>todian of our 
school. Co-operation, readiness to lend a hand, and friendliness are only 
a few of the traits which he possesses. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




"Time out for a laugh," grin Larry Valentint" and Rol)in (Hair, bujily figuring out a pirturc 
schedule. Both, dependable, original, and industrious, have lived up to the honor and duties 
of their position, as co-editors. The ingenuity and long hours of work by Robin and Larry, 
are reflected in the quality of this, the first Peerage. 



The original "Peerage" is a listing of 
English nobility dating back many centuries. Its 
pages contain the names of the most important 
figures in the history of England. Thus, the 
Princess Anne peerage is a pictorial record of 
the people and important events of our school 
year. In the yearbook, each person is important 
— each event a major one. The annual, to the 
Princess Anne alumni, will hold many mem- 
ories — every picture, every name will be a 
perpetual remembrance of some forgotten 
incident. 

The planning of '"The Peerage" began in 



January, 1954 and the book was finally sent to 
press in February, 1955. The yearbook was 
financed by the sale of ads, by the promotion 
of projects, and, of course, the sale of the 
annual to individuals. 

In keeping with the school, "The Peerage" 
displays new, modern, and unique features. It 
is 8^4 "xll", escaping from the standard, 
73^"xl0l/^". Another added attraction is the 
pages of color at the beginning of the book. 
There are 180 pages contained within its original 
and (if we may add I beautiful cover. 



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Musy hands sorting memories 



Buddy Redfearn and Dorothy Nixon, \ 
bookkeepers of the journalism class, ' 
have been in charge of all financial 
records. They were responsible for 
collecting and paying all bills. 



A mob of conceited Seniors molest 
Jack Oglesby, for making a mistake 
in their Senior Statistics. Really, an 
"only kidding, Jack," attitude exists 
in this picture. 

The copy writers and artists of the 
journalism class are as follows: Shir- 
ley Gearheart, Ken Brethauer, Har- 
lan Wood, Roland Harris, Gloria 
Winslow, and Nancy Goode. 

Katheryn Ann Hutchison and Ruby 
Brock pause, only a second, to have 
their picture snapped, and then it's 
back to work. These hard working 
girls are the chief typists of the 



annual staff. 






Headlines, by-lines, front page, layout — all of these terms run through the heads of tlie 
newspaper co-editors, Anna Bland Faison and Roberta Whitton, as they are pietured working 
to meet the publiration deadline. Anna Bland is phoning in some of the headlines, while 
Roberta checks the last issue for content. Both girls must keep busy all of the time in order 
to make Princess Anne's first newspaper a success — and a grand job they did, we might add. 



Standing: Betty Gilbert and Marjorie Spivey. Sitting: 
Toni Vera and Stanley Bunch. These four young 
journalists deal with the typing and feature writing of 
the newspaper. 



This hardy group handles most <if the layouts, headlines, 
and editorials for The Page. They are, standing, left 
to right: Dicky Annnons, Luther Senter, and Garland 
Skinner. Sitting: Elaine Allsbrook. and Shirley Gearheart. 



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Symbolizing the actual duties of a real 
Page in olden courts, the name THE page was 
chosen for Princess Anne High's first newspaper. 
Combining the ideas of the entire Journalism 
Class, THE PAGE has carried many fine features 
which had been neglected in previous years. 
The newspaper staff has tried to make this 
first year more enjoyable by giving the students 
first hand information concerning all of the 
school happenings. 

The newspaper published exclusive stories 
on the Senior Class Elections, S.C.A. Elections, 
and the Senior Superlatives. Such inviting 
features as a column, a trading post section, a 
feature story, and a cartoon added much to 
interest its readers. All sports events were 
covered and pictures were included in every 
issue. 

Another new idea was sending Christmas 
Greetings through the paper. Many students 
took to this idea and for a small fee they were 
allowed to include season's greetings to their 
friends. The staff also included a special joke 
each issue which was called "Guffaw." In keep- 
ing with the custom of past newspapers, the 
PAGE was entered in the Southern Interscholastic 
Press Association. 



"One dime, please," asks Roland Harris as he hands a 
school newspaper to one of the students. In the hark- 
ground we see some other teen-agers already enjoying 
a bit of The Page's humor. 





Roherta Whitton is temporarily inlirrupted as she points 
lo the headline chart, sugge>tiM(; a type to he used on 
a last minute story. Luther Senter, Garland Skinner, and 
Dot Nixon look on 





lisily arranging a bulletin board to further the sale of 
our newspaper are Nancy Goodc and Roland Harris. 
This attractive announcement ouglit to really arouse 
the interest of the subscribers. 



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The feature writers of The P\oe, Dickie Amnions and . ' 
Stanley Bunch, add humor, wit, and character to it. \\ 
Good feature writers are important for a successful -^r— 
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Mary Clay Nichols and Teeny Jones, co-editors of the 1954-55 Court Jester, were appointed 
last year by Mrs. Mary Barnes, sponsor of the Journalism Class. This is their Senior year 
at Princess Anne High School. Mary Clay Nichols was the winner of the / Speak for 
Democracy contest this year and Teeny Jones was a co-captain of the Varsity Cheerleaders. 
Their magazine. The Court Jester, contains interesting stories and latest fashions. 

THE COURT JESTER 

The COURT JESTER, edited by Mary Clay Nichols and "Teeny" Jones, is 
Princess Anne High School's monthly magazine. 

Short stories, written by the students, are featured each month in this 
publication. The latest styles for the fellows and girls, from New York, Chicago, 
and Paris are displayed in the fashion pages. Many other articles are offered 
for student reading pleasure, such as, comic strips, poetry, jokes, and an 
outstanding student for each month. 

The COURT JESTER has also offered a series of surprises, such as complete 
coverage of the wedding of a faculty member, prior to the- actual event. 

Original and interesting designs are drawn each month for the cover. 
These designs are determined by some particular monthly happening. 

A new Gestetner machine has been purchased by the Journalism Class. It 
enables the magazine staff to print its own pictures and material at a lower cost. 

There are a variety of colors available for printing the magazine. 

The COURT JESTER was entered in the Virginia High School League Contest 
for magazines and newspapers. 



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Betty Faison and Carol Ennis are selling the 
school magazine to Douglas- Farmer, Edwin 
Johnson, and Margie Boggs, in the halls. That's 
right! Block them on the stairs! 



All heads bowed to the sweat of work — even 
the old "Taskmaster" buckled down. Pictured 
in foreground are Edwin Johnson, Stanley 
Bunch, and Mrs. Barnes. 

Harlan Wood and Betty Gilbert admire the 
mechanical wonder, known as the Gestetner. No 
work involved; just turn a button and out 
comes the finished product. 

No, it's not a bucket brigade, it's a "magazine 
brigade," formed by students of the journalism 
olaes as thev put together our Court Jester 




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Left to right, around the table: Fuller Moore, Spencer Mathews, 
Gene Cannaday, Gloria Brown, Barbara Hendrickson, Stanley 
Bunch, Est er Cando, Donald Etheridge, Miss Loving, Carol 
Shelby, and Jack Oglesby. 



DEBATE CLUB 

A group of young people from the student 
body of Princess Anne High School have organ- 
ized one of the most successful and outstanding 
clubs in the school, the Debate Club. Under 
the guidance and supervision of its sponsors. 
Miss Connie Loving and Mrs. Mary Barnes, the 
members have exhibited considerable interest 
and enthusiasm in the club's activities. 

This organization has several purposes. It 
encourages the students to become acquainted 
with current controversial problems. It teaches 
them to think for themselves and to think on 
their feet. It aids in cultivating poise and con- 
fidence before an audience. It helps the student 
realize that each side of a problem has its 
truths. It promotes the ability to discuss a 
problem calmly and sensibly and arrive at a 
solution satisfactory to both sides. In this club, 
the students are given an opportunity Ui meet 
and debate with students from other schools 
in the county and district. 




Stanley Bunch and Est er Cando are calmly "discussing" 
a debatable question. Look's as though the poor male 
doesn't stand a chance against the powers of the female. 



Miss Connie Loving supervises and aids Jack Oglesby 
in his preparation of a speech for a local debate meet. 
This part of a debate is most important in the outcome 
of the contest. "A little humor won't harm," offers Miss 
Loving. 



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The Future Farmers of America, which is 
a national organization, has specific levels of 
attainment as related to farming: earnings, 
investments, leadership and scholarship. 

Some of the purposes of F. F. A. are: train- 
ing students in agriculture leadership in the 
home, on the farm, and in the community; aid- 
ing them in the realization that a farmer's life 
is based on the love of nature and her products: 
encouraging the members in the development 
of individual farming programs; and creating 
among them more interest in intelligent choices 
of farming occupations. 

The club gives students practice in leader- 
ship and parliamentary procedure and encour- 
ages them in the development of confidence in 
their own abilities. 

Competition with other F. F. A. clubs in 
nearby schools in forestry, public speaking, 
and specific problems of farming is a high-light 
of their inter-club activity. 



First row, left to right: Floyd Bonney, Jiiiiiiiy Etiieridge, 
Ira Whitehurst, David Flanagan, Floyd XTaterfield. Mark 
Oetinger, Rondy Carnell, Nelson Morris. Second row: 
Dale Wagner, Benny Etheridge, Bobby Widgeon, Dean 
Davis, Danny Dudley, Guy Newman, Tommy Tateni. 
Winston Henley, Stanley Murphy, Louis Parsons, Jimmy 
White. Third row: Ken Whitehurst, Frank Craft, John 
Dudley, James Whitehurst, Mr. Blair ?tleyers, Edward 
Gilbert, Jimmy Sawyer, William Pritehard, Billy Saw- 
yer, Angus Cartwright, Walter Humphries, Paul Kist. 




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Mr. Blair Meyers, sponsor of the 
F. F. A., and Floyd Waterfield, presi- 
dent, discuss plans for the future of 
the elul). 



Left to right: James Etheridge, senti- 
nel; David Flanagan, reporter; Ronald 
(Darnell, vice-president; Ira White- 
burst, treasurer; and Mark Oetinger, 
secretary. 



4 - H CLUB 




"Like stepping stones" stand tlie 4-H sponsors. Left 
to right: Mrs. Enid Beazley, Miss Cora Blackmore, 
Mrs. Audrey Widgeon, ;ind Miss .Anne Foster. 



" — And my health to larger service to my club, my com- 
munity, and my country." — and so ends the pledge of the 
4-H Club. 

To fulfill these many requirements, the 4-H Club of 
Princess Anne Hi<;h School has made many contributions to 
charity. Amonn; these contributions were attractive favors pre- 
sented to different organizations in the area. 

The club has sponsored such social and recreational activi- 
ties as a 4-H Talent Show, 4-H Summer Camp, 4-H State Short 
Course, swimming parties, dances, and field trips. One group of 
members attended the State Fair in Richmond. 

As a money making project they sold 400 boxes of Christ- 
mas cards. 

Several members of the club have their goals set for par- 
ticipating in the District Achievement Contest. In this contest 
they will have chances to win scholarships and to enter s tate 
and national events. 

Each meinber of the club has at least one individual project 
which is developed imder the supervision of adult leaders. 




Miss Blackmore aids two sliidinlj 
preparing posters for the 4-H Achievk- 
MENT NiCHT. 



These aetive 4-H Cluh members are busily 
wrapping gifts for a Christmas project. 



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First roil, sitting, left to right: Pat Green, Lynn Peniberton, Pat 
Warren, Susan Brown. Second row: Edith Sliipp, Carol Gregory, 
Mary Page Goodwin, Dot Register, Hazel Osborne, Jeanne Baron, 
Martha Owens, Mary Gates. Third row: Mary Lou Wenger, 
Sandra Ives, Nancy Porter, Jackie Johnson, C;aroI Lee, Patsy 
Tyer, Shirley Lee Hall, Dorothy Burns. 



F T A CLUB 



First row, sitting, left to right: Pat Keys, Frances Hudson, 
Mildred Tillitt, Yolanda Eniig. Second roiv: Miss Elizabeth 
Kitts, Carol Lee. Joyce Mason, Susan Reynolds, Ann Brubaker, 
Frances Smith. Third row: Virginia Lamb, Martha Jo Harlow, 
Jo .\nn Riffle, Nancy Stike, Jessie Gunter, Laura Lou Free, 
Linda Kelly. 



Today, tliere is a tremendous shortage of good 
teachers in our country. The Future Teachers Associa- 
tions in America primarily attempt to recruit teachers 
and acquaint young people with the many advantages 
and with the personal satisfaction of the profession. 

The F. T. A. club of Princess Anne High School 
has attempted to introduce girls to the responsibilities 
of teaching and acquaint them with organizations asso- 
ciated with teaching, such as the V. E. A. and the 
N. E. A. The sole purpose of the organization this year 
was to help members to become more interested in the 
teaching profession. 






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Experiment;' Show movies? Study planets? These 
were big questions confrontin}; tlie Science Club mem- 
bers, rangino: from eighth graders to juniors. Under 
the sponsorship of Mrs. Mabel Taylor, Miss Betty 
Bracey, and Mr. Julius ^ illiams, an answer was found. 
All of these were done. The "A" club (above) was 
named the Tri-Sci, and the Princess Anne Science Club 
was the title given the "B" club (below I. 

Objectives were to increase knowledge, perfect 
skills, and to try for an understanding of the importance 
of science in our lives. 



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The Tri-Sci Science Club— /e/t to right: (;eiie O'Hara, Brose 
Spears, Allen Ellis, Dail McClanan, Dicky Animons. Toiii Hud- 
son, Peggy Barton, Mrs. Mabel Taylor, Miss Betty Bracey. 



SCIENCE CLUB 



The Princess Anne Science Club— Sir/iHg, left to right: Cecil 
Johnson, Joyce Williams, Carol Roper, George Cason. Standing: 
Mr. Julius Williams, Bruce Miller, Claude Tyree, John Nocher, 
Vernon Duncan, Jerry Levy, Roderick Vincent, Henry Russell, 
Donald Mayo, Mr. Paul Boseman. 








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Tlie drums crash, horns blare, and the Princess Anne Band 
marches on the field. Dressed in their smart red, white, and 
blue uniforms, they make a bright picture as they perform 
many intricate maneuvers, led by Mr. James Cantwell and a 
new addition, a drum major. The uniforms were bought by 
money raised in their "Million Penny" campaign at the start 
of the year. Sherwood Thompson and Anson Scroggs were 
elected by the band as co-captains. 



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BAND 



Band Co-captains, Anson Scroggs and 
Slicrwood Thomp.'-on. 



Pictured below are the Princess Anne Majorettes. Front roic, left to right : 
Frankie Williamson, Kay Cox, Patsy Hitcliings, Patsy Johnson, and Doris 
Humphries. Buck row. Carolyn Lucas, Edith Mary Darden, Beverly Brown, 
Jenny Pat Hudgins. 






The brass section receives some "sound" advice 
from Mr. Cantwell. 



The "B" Band is composed of students who will, 
eventually, take the places of those "A" Band musicians 
who will graduate. As they practice and their ability 
increases, they will, in the future, make up a large part 
of the Princess Anne High School Band. 



Mr. J. A. Cantwell, director, convers. 
ing with one of his hand pupils. 



At every football game, the band encourages school 
spirit. 






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Popular, spiritual, classical, religious — all types of music have entertained C/* /tj' 'O 

the rooms adjoining the chorus class this year. The school's modern sound-proof ^C/ (JT i t' 

paneling is far too inefficient to subdue the musical voices of chorus members. 1/^ ' ' ' '^ 

The choral director. Miss Ruby Black, has formed a double sextet, whic'' ' ' 

is the blending of twelve different voices, both mascidine and feminine. T 
voices have to be specially pitched, for this type of singing. 

The most significant activitv of the chorus was giving a spring co: 
co-ordination with the Princess Anne Band. 

The club officers and sponsor have endeavored, this year, to broaden t 
pupil's knowledge of music theory and teach him the basic training of giving 
a musical performance. Musically inclined persons are encouraged to sign up for 
the course. New members are always welcome; a good voice and a minimum 
knowledge of music are the only qualifications. 

Sophia We^l, lietler known as "Ivory Knucklts," is seen 
Left to right: Andy McCullar, Vice-President; Toni in the picture below beating out some of those good, old 

Vera, President; Janie Barnard, Secretary-Treasurer. tunes the Glee Club sings. 




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GLEE CLUB 



Lejt to right, back row. Bobby Lockwood, Bruce Parron, Grover 
Twiddy, Douglas Twiddy, Douglas Bonney, Tommy Palatini, 
Vernon Gardner, Douglas Davis, Irvin Robinson, Billy Brown, 
Ronald Falls, Cliad Shearer, Daniel Haworlh, Andy McCullar, 
Hubert Fowlkes, Richard Reader, John Drunini, Charlie Downs, 
Donald Gregory. Second row: Barbara Hewitt, Joan Hubbard, 
Gloria Spruill, Martha Sue Riggs, Jeannette Baum, Linda Spcnce, 
Sallie Baines, Cherry Pace, Pat Martin, V a dina Tom blina, Sandra 
Stike, Lynette Ange, Carol Whitehurst, Toni Vera, Joyce Spool- 
man, Martha Owens, Joan Burnett, Bobbie Davis, Peggy Tyer. 
First row. Joy Cole, Jos ie Newman, Jane Miller, Betty Oliver, 
Charlotte Hackett, Pat Cole, Gail Pace, Geraldine Whaley, Barbara 
Hendrickson. Est er Cando, Carol Cooke, Priscilla Hartley, Wilma 
Cline, Violet Furlough, Vernell Harris, Becky Hamlin, Jeannette 
Spain, Sophia West, Janie Barnard. 



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Seen here is Miss Ruby Lee Black with some of her 
student vocalists. Left to right: Bruce Parron, Daniel 
Haworth. Violet Furlough, Linda Spence and Jeannette 
Baum. 



Back row, left to right: Tommy Pala- 
tini. Hubert Fowlkes, Richard Reader. 
John Drunun, Andy Mc(adlar, Chad 
Shearer. Front roic: Carol Cooke. 
Toni Vera, Bol>l)ie Davis, Sa 
Baines, Martha Sue Riggs, Ester 
Cando. 





Front row, left to right: Betty Gilbert, Dorothy Nixon, 
Ida Faye McMath, Carolyn Luras, Shirley Jackins, Teeny 
Jones, Cherry Pace, Jean Ray Bryant, Jackie Hill, 
Marguerite deBary, Pat Carbaugh. Second row. Sallie 
Baines, Dorothy Meeks, Martha Sue Riggs, Sally Kirn, 
Rebecca Owens, Nicky Minadakis^, Jeanette Elmore, 
Sharon McCullar, Judy Blevins, June Elmore, Jane 




GIRLS' ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 

The Girls' Athletic Club had a very exciting 
year striving to make the organization a success. 
Mrs. Edith Shields and Miss Ann Boswell were 
the sponsors. 

The club's purpose is to create, maintain, 
and establish sportsman-like conduct through- 
out the school. The colors chosen by this group 
were black and white. A constitution listing 
the qualifications needed to enter the club was 
drawn up and will become effective September 
of 1955. 



Standing, left to right: Mrs. Edith Shields, 
Dorothy Nixon, Miss Ann Boswell. Sitting: 
Carolyn Lucas, Betty Gilbert, Ida Faye McMath. 



Clair. Third rotv: Ethel Hutchins, Carolyn Foster, 
Jackie Beard, »Duane Flowers, Shirley Speight, Patsy 
Tyer, Brenda Gilbert, Morag Nocher, Edith Shipp, 
Carolyn Stevenson, Myra Craddock, Judy Bownas, Anne 
Woody, Jo Anne Stotts, Gail Pace. Back row: Phyllisi 
Mosley, Geraldine Martin, Patsy Van Ells, Rae Barnes, 
Carolyn Newberry, Francis Warren, Sandra Warren. 



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Left to right, t">t run: Julm Ray Potter, Joe Moore, 
Charles Campbell, Daniel DeHart. Vernon Gardner. Billy 
Carter, Douglas Twiddy, Howard Eastwoad, Gary Bryan, 
John Drunini. Second row: Douglas Bonney, Leslie 
Larkin, David Cassida, Dale Wagner, Bobby Widgeon, 
Grover Twiddy, Dan Bowles. Donald Wilson, Charlie 



Downs, Andy McCuUar. Third ran: Tommy Copley, Gar- 
land Skinner, Mike Melton, Carl Horton, Douglas 
McCloud, Frank Craft, Joe Beaehum, John Bars, Luther 
Senter, John Caddy, Larry Valentine. Fourth row: Terry 
Parkerson, Jimmy Ives, Bennie Etheridge, Bobby Saun- 
ders, Otis Darden, Tommy Daughtrey, Jack Dabney. 



VARSITY 
CLUB 



Sitting, left to right: John Bacs, Vice-President; 
John Hunnicutt, President; Tommy Copley, 
Secretary. Standing: John Drumm, Master-at- 
Arms; Bobby Saunders, Treasurer; Leslie 
Larkin, Master-at-Arms. 



This group, the Varsity Club, was organized so that stu- 
dents with a coninion interest (sports) and common ties (letter 
winners I could meet in brotherhood for the purpose of further- 
ing interest in school sports and school sportsmanship. 

OBJECTIVES: 1. To believe in sports as a worthwhile project. 
2. To be a gentleman alwavs, in victory or defeat. 3. Never to 
be accused of being a quitter. 4. To strive always for excellence 
of performance. 5. Never to bring discredit on the school or 
monogram. 6. To be a leading organization in service to the 
school. 7. To be the best example of inspiration to building 
athletes and to the boy students at large. 8. To respect all 
decisions of coaches and teachers. 9. To build among all mem- 
bers an "Esprit de Corps" feeling that will become an example 
to follow. 10. To possess a burning desire to win at all things 
attempted, but not with the sacrifice of honor. 





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AVIATION 



The purpose of the Aviation Club is to 
arouse interest in aviation and to acquaint 
people with the importance of our present 
height in aeronautical science. This group 
made a trip this year to the Oceana Air Base 
and other aeronautical installations. 



CLUB A' 



Front row, left to right : Roy Smith, William Creek- 
more. Terrald Taylor, Robert Birks, Elwood Parker, 
Perry Pierre, Edwin Alley. Second row: Charles 
Lane, Wayne Martin, Joe Monds, Bobby White, Roy 
Styron, John Waterfield, Edwin Pavey. Third row: 
Kenneth Kitchens, Glenn Micklow, Donald Stone, 
Jack Stace, Benny Sawyer, Gerald Freeman, Joseph 
Freeman, James Stevenson, Douglas McCloud, Fred- 
die Childress. Last row: Mr. J. Williams, Walter 
Overfelt, Jerry Hughes. 




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NATIONAL 
HONOR SOCIETY 



The National Honor Society sponsored 
by the National Association of Secondary 
Principals made its appearance in our high 
school this year. The Society is designed far 
recognition of outstanding students. The 
president for the 1954-55 session was Ernest 
Seneca. 




Seated, left to right: Anna Bland Faison, Jean Ray 
Bryant, Carol Piner, Shirley Scott, Glenda Capps, 
Dorothy Carson, Sandra Shirley, Ernest Seneca, 
Roberta Whitton, Katheryn Hutchison, Eddie Barnes, 
Lafayette Whitehurst, Harlan Wood, Larry Valetitine. 
Back row: Mrs. Rose Breedlove, Robin Clair, Mrs. 
Mary Barnes. 







Seated, left to right: Carol Olson, Secretary; Barbara 
Summer, Vice-President; Mary Summer, Treasurer; 
Carol Stone, Secretary. Standing: Raymond Tice, Presi- 
dent; James Jarrell, Sergeant-at-Arms; La Grande John- 
son, Vice-President; Windy Belgard, Treasurer; Mr. 
Davis, Sponsor; Danny Dunagan, Sergeant-at-Arnis. 



CLUB 'B' 



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The Aviation Club began in the year 1954 at Kempsville 
High School with approximately seventy members. During this 
school year the club visited Oceana Air Base and undertook 
many projects, which proved very successful. 

This year the Aviation Club has become one of the largest 
organizations at Princess Anne, its membership totaling approxi- 
mately two hundred and fifty members. 

The Oceana Air Base and the Princess Anne library have 
been supplying the club with movies, covering the story of 
aviation. This year the club made a field trip to Oceana Air 
Base, and other aeronautical installations in the area. 

The purposes of this club are to stimulate interest in 
aviation, and give the members a better understanding of the 
importance of air travel, and aircraft recognition. 



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Sitting, left to right: Lorctta 
Kite, Virginia Winslow. 
Nancy Garra, \ ernon Dun- 
ran, Milo Padgett. Ivan Fox. 
Howard McCain, Rudolph 
Waff. Standing: Guy Wilson, 
Wilhelmina Roger?, Luther 
Cribb, Randy Moore. 

Sitting, left to right: Mar- 
garet Key. Carolyn Mar?h. 
Terry McCain, Douglas 
Davis, Roger Cole, Jack 
Stace. David Best, Richard 
Schultz. Standing: Barbara 
Franklin. Sonny Davi.-. 
Maurice Roebuck, William 
Overfelt. 






ART CLUBS 



As people walk through the halls 
of Princess Anne and look around, it is 
certain they appreciate the art displays 
throughout the entire building. The Art 
Club is responsible for this new mode 
of decoration. The non-artistic members 
of the student body are given an oppor- 
tunity to admire and evaluate the work 
of their talented brothers. 




Wilhelmina Roger-, l^uy Wilson, and Gail Greer, all first 
year art students, study a series of paintings produced 
by the art department. These pictures brighten an other- 
wise drab wall. 



Pictured ' left to right i are Sonny Davis. Douglas Davis. 
Carol™ Marsh, and Terry McCain busily at work 
decorating the library with pictures painted by the art 
classes. 




Back row. left to ri^ht: Jackie Ciantlee. Donald WilMin. (,eral(l Beckt-r. Predion 
Spruill, Robert Guthrie, Norman Wood, Larry Smith. Franief. Roudahiish, George 
Nowitsky, Edwin Johnson, Earl Craig. Second row: Billy Dean, Morris Romero, 
Eddie Wise, Terry >li(.:ain, Blanche Moyer, Nadine Isaacs, Gerald Copeland, Jimmy 
Davidson, Walter Bray, Clifton Midgett, Alex Steel. Seated: Martha Voegcl, 
William Drummond, Jerry Pollard, Tina Harris, Ann Woody, Carolyn Lucas, Joyce 
Whitley, Gary Wilson. 



CLUB "A" 



PHOTOGRAPHY 



Standing, left to right: Theodore Economidas, William Miller, Mike Stillman, Gene 
Gimhert, Catherine Brown, Dorothy Hanna, Edwin Johnson, Jimniie Oglesby, 
Richard Mears, Mrs. Enid Beasley, Sponsor; Nancy Dewberry. Seated: Donald 
Carter, Gerald Goodwin, John Meekins, Frank Stewart, Feli.\ Reader, Roy Mason, 
Joan Kirby, Thomas Buzzy. 




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The Photography Chib is a newly forined 
organization at Princess Anne High School. 
Under the leadership of Mr. Roscoe Spencer, 
the members are doing very well. There are 
two Photography Club sections whose combined 
membership totals approximately one hundred 
and thirty-five. The purpose of this group is 
to interest more people in the art of taking 
and developing pictures. The clubs meet twice 
a month on Wednesdays. 



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-ludying are. ieft to right: Sandra ^luIlin^, 
Lorie Allen, Myra McKenney. Edith Darden, 
Bobby McArdle. and Millie Tillett. 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 



Officer? of the Frenrh Club pictured above 
are — seated: Myra McKenney, Secretary; Mr>. 
Lucille Carniichael. Sponsor: Ann Stutz. Pre?i- 
dent: Standing. Millie Tillett. Treasurer: Lorie 
Allen. \ ice-Pre?ident: and Gloria Winslow, 
Reporter. 



Standing: Eddie Miller, Douglas Butterfield. Jimmy Guindon. Dennis Ferebee. Michael 
Werner. Gloria Winslow. Mrs. Lucille Carniichael. Sherwood Thompson. Millie Tillett. 
Bobby McArdle. Loretta Ferebee. Mary Jane Brockwell. Lorie Allen. Edith Darden. Priscilla 
Hartley. Myra McKenney. Patricia Keyes. Linda Lou Guindon. Seated: Kathy Kasitch, 
Barbara Durham. Mary Jo Stutz. Barbara Bristow. Ann Stutz, Mary Goodwin. 



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STUDENT PATROL 



As this was the first year of Princess Anne High School, 
the Student Patrol had many different types of prohlenis to 
cope with. Since the opening of school this group has worked 
energetically to hring ahout order. 

As its main project the patrol drew up a constitution 
which they hope will help to promote hetter conditions through- 
out the school. This constitution is written in such a manner 
that it raises the requirements for membership and makes it 
an honor to be a member of this organization. It prohibits 
those pupils making a scholastic grade lower than a C or a 
conduct grade lower than a B from becoming eligible for 
membership on the patrol. 

This year^ inider the direction of Mr. Bill Bowman ^tiiey 
have attempted to overcome the many obstacles created by the 
consolidation of three schools in an incomplete building. 

Left to right: Lynn Peniherton, William Bow- 
man, Billy Holland, Raymond Tice. 




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Seated, left to right. Shirley 
(Jrarhrurt, Frank Stewart, 
Pat Hradlcy. Viiky Watson, 
I'ani Cantwcll, Karen Stites, 
Henry RuKsell, Charles Mat- 
thews, Shirley Wehster. 
Stundinn: Florence Petty- 
john, Jani't Bonney, Jean- 
netle (iuill, Barhara Frank- 
lin, Dot DuRant, Jo Ann 
Donnelly, Judy Lincoln, Lee 
Fentress, Don Carter. 



Janie (iarilner, Pat Bradley, 
Secretary; Miss Browning, 
Sponsor; Vicky Watson, 
Treasurer; Pat Nottingham, 
Vice-President; Shirley (Jear- 
licart. President. 





The Library Club is an educational organi- 
zatioti composed of high scliool students. Its 
[mrposes are to assist tlie librarians and to help 
ethers discover the advantages of properly using 
a library. 

This organization writes to other high 
school and college libraries for information 
regarding their club activities. They are plan- 
ning a money making project to raise money 
for books. The greatest desire of the library 
club is to have more people reading more books 
at more libraries. 



LIBRARY CLUBS 




Seated, left to right: Pepgy 
Johnson, Barbara Walker, 
Valeric HIadky, Frances 
Moore, Pat Nottingham, 
Janie (Gardner, Barhara Bar- 
rett, Audrey Shaw. Standing: 
Miss Elizabeth Browning, 
Pat Miles, Sam Phillips, Bar- 
bara Durham, Pat Greene, 
(]arol Dcegan, Floyd Casper, 
Larry Miller, Hassel Barn- 
ard, Roger Bcdnarick. 




Tilt' Dramatics (lltihs, under lli<- dirpctioii 
of Mrs. Carolyn Alwell and Mr. Kohcrt Stroli- 
korl). Iia\»' fiixi'ii sludenls witli tliespiun aspira- 
tions an o|>|Mirlnnil\ to participate in static pro- 
ductions. Tlic Hoyal .Icstcrs and Tlie Senior 
(!lul> lia\e set up the follouin;! objectives: To 
attend all worthwhile dramatic jiroductions. to 
promote an interest in dramatics tliroufilioiit 
the school, and to proilnce [days. 



First rou. left to riiilil: Jarkir K(i:-i'. Nai)ini Mckiii-. 
Vickir \X at>on, Jiiniin l)a\ iil-cm. I\ay ( !o\, (Jciir INCw- 
niaii. (iail Mtmror. Donald (^i"»-^«ir\. Srciiiiff nm : Mrs. 
('arolyii Atwill. liarliara W llliaiii^iiii. Manila Sliif;ii- 
lary. Nam y Pcriv, Jraiiillc Jiilian-cii. Eli/al>illi Mallicws, 
Ji'rrx Sawyrr. Toni Hiid-oii. Jairio I'iiin. Joy Coir, 
Mr. Kolicrt Slrohkorli. 



THESPIANS 




Front roil, li'ft to liuht: 
\nna Hurl, Ton! Vera, lioli- 
liir l)a\is, Jimr EliiKirc, 
Sandra IJarloii, Sue Dunn- 
inj;. Scronii roii: I)ai Icnc 
l'o>l(r. tiarol Ei kliarl. Jean- 
cllf Lorkwood. \'ir;;inia 
Ware. I'c-cy Hall. I).l(,r.> 
\\af;>lafT. jranillc Kralicn- 
I. ill, .Sally M>.M>, Itarliara 
lianctl. K\(lvn JinUin>, 
l)(n'oili\ I.aul'. (lonnir (!a\in. 
Hack- roll: llulx'rt liiwlkrs, 
Jininiv Maker, loy Camper, 
\\a\nr l)ail\, (iary Mailrv, 
HaroldWarron , John (!opr. 
land. 



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CHESS AND CHECKERS club a 



Tlie Chess and Checkers Club was orf;anizetl this 
year for the first time, in order to fill a fjap in the 
school club program between those who were definitely 
interested in club work and those who had no club 
interest. 

The objective of the Chess and Checkers Club is 
primarily to improve the skill of students in game play- 
ing to the extent that their power of concentration will 
be developed and increased. 



First row, left to rinht: p'uller Moore, Roliert Taylor, 
Billy Hurn;-, Fred Spinney, Jon Carlson, Richard Bridge- 
ford, David Buffinston, Spencer Mathews, Archie Caton, 
Eddie Fisher, Bohhy Bennett, Rohert Davis. Second 
roil-, (nne Cannady, Gary Kruschke, John Siller, Billy 
Shaffer, Leo (Cornell, Bohhy Smith, Barton Jackson, Tom 
Moore, Toniniie Harris, David Cole. Third row: Edward 
Ives, Leonard Murphy, Hugh \V est, Delmas Wise, .Audrey 
Shaw, Ann Harmon, Clark Pace, Stan Fischer, Vincent 
White, Chuck Snyder, Bohhy Causey, Sonny Davis^ 
Haven Hodges, Jackie Spruill, Mark Hanna, James 
Vanhorn, Claude Tyree. Mr. William Trimmer, Miss 
Elizaheth (iillikin. Fourth row: Horace Adams, Larry 
Rohinson, Eddie Woolridge, (ieorge Wilkie, Kenneth 
Stover, Paul Navjoks, Norhert Landy, James Jordan, 
Allen White, Bohhy Hirkman. 




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CLUB "B" 

Chess and Checkers are played during the club 
meetings and at other free times during the school day, 
by the members of this club, for the enjoyment of a 
good game and also for the promotion of good sports- 
manship. Doctor Emanuel Lacker, a one time great 
player of chess, has edited a book ,"Manual of Chess," 
which is used as the guide for correct playing. The 
club has determined a chess champion of the year for 
Princess Anne High School. 



First row, left to right: William Smith, Wallace Medlin. 
Freddie While, Roy Smith, Dwight Perry, David Cole, 
Irvin Evans, Rudolph Waff. Second row: Henry Waff, 
Arnold Rogister, Irvin Ballance, (iene Presson, Dui'nne 
Beachani. Edwin Baker, Rohert Wood, Dicky Amnions, 
Sherwood Thompson. Third row: Ginger Ware, Melva 
(irimstead, Dail McClanan. Pete Coslenhader, D. C. 
Caine, William Miller, Dennis Ferehee, William Ahhruz- 
zese, Richard Kauffmann, Leonard Werner, William 
Trimmer. Fourth row: Darrell Wilson, -Edward White- 
hurst, George Rohertson, Eddie (Darnell, David (^osten- 
hader, Bohhy Sandefur, E. J. Baker, Riihard Stelts, 
George Donnelly. 



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SPANISH CLUB 



Front row, left to rinhl: I'uyr Husir, (Jvvcii (Idiincw, 
Bevrrly Taylur, Vernon (!liriiy, Tri'iiMirrr; l'liylli« 
Hi'fisfll, Ronald Fulls, Put Sninincr, Si'cri'luiy ; Diane 
Sineluir, I'resident. Sfcoinl roiv: M\>f Jackie Tarkiii);- 
Ion, Sponsor; Hilly Miller, Donulil Sims, Hee-e Liikei, 
Teddy Eeononiidi's, Larry Laneusler, Viee-l'rei-idenl. 



Tlie Spanisli C.lub has tried hard through the year 
to accoiiipHsli tlie iiiiderstandinfj of the Spanish speak- 
ing |)eople and their languages. For in our troubled 
world of today people need to have a deeper under- 
standing of each other's problems. This can only take 
place tlirougli education. 

The Spanish Club is sponsored by Miss Jackie 
Tarkington. The officers are: President, Diane Sinclair; 
Vice President, Larry Lancaster; Secretary, Pat Summer; 
Treasurer, Vernon Cherry. 




Front row, left to rinhl: Jnanila \1arili, Virginia Sinilli, 
Patsy Hiteliin^s, Deanna (>allii|>, Itarliara Johnson, Jnd>' 
Seekanip, I'at Liiptoit, Sandra kriiselike. Sraiiid roii: 
Mrs. Eililli Harlow, lr\in Emails, Kdiinind Sli ii kler, Jidin 
Spenee, Kieliftrd KaiilTniann. Earle 0\ir, (deini Johnson. 
(:olund>us Carlwrinht, Alhert I'leffer. Miss Jevvill \\ hil- 
lock. 



LATIN CLUB 



Unity and co-operation, are the aims of tliis year's 
Latin t.liih. By niuch hard work and sweat, tiiey have 
eiuleavorod to fulfill these. Under the able leadership 
of tlieir !i|)onsors. Miss Jewell Whitlock and Mrs. Edith 
Barlow, the Latin Club hopes to further the interests of 
students in language by furnishing activities suited to 
the students' pleasure. 

The creation of co-operation among the students 
will be the main objective of the Latin Club during 
the following years. 



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PA -co - HI PEP CLUBS 



"Rah, Rah, Princess Anne!" comes from 
the newly formed Princess Anne High School 
Pep Chib. Sponsored by Miss Bailey and Mr. 
Britton, the club's aim is to increase school 
spirit at the games. During the club periods 



the group learns new cheers and practices the 
ohl and new yells. At the sports events the pep 
clubs sit together to increase the volume. The 
Pa-C.o-Hi and B-Pep Clubs sponsored a Pep 
Club Day in which all the school participated. 



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Kneeling, left to rifiht: Chad SlieaiiT, 
Eloi>f Powell, Rose Hampton, Hi>- 
torian; Kelty Faison, Reporter; Jerry 
McKnight, Vice-President; Elaine 
Allshrook, President; Harharu Wil- 
kins. Secretary; Frankie Williamson, 
Treasurer; Pat Martin, Pat Cole. Sit- 
ting: Shirley Sniyers, Virginia South- 
wiek. Dot Walker, Bertha Thomas, 
Kathleen Stevens, Jean McKnight, 
Pat Nottingham, Connie Seeley, Bar- 
hara Hewitt. Standing: Janice (^aine, 
Judy Snell, Sarah Van Ness, Joyce 
Payne, Anne Davenport, Evelyn Mel- 
son, (ieraldine Martin, (^arol Piner, 
Betty Woolard, Virginia Wirt, Lucre- 
tia O'Neil, Nancy Barcroft, Joyce 
Roder, Peggy Johnson, Pat Miles, 
Connie Silva, (Jerald (Goodwin, Jinuuy 
Roherts, Sponsor, Mr. Britton. Buck 
rou' :Joann Vaughan, Patricia Styroti, 
Linda Craft, Martha Dull, Jean Fer- 
ritta, Helen (Gallup, Morag Nocher, 
Sally Kirn, Beatrice Smith, Susanne 
Hiller, Shirley Mc("uller, Lynn Drie- 
sell, Ann Lyon, Janice Woolridge, 
Tawana Williams, Bohhy Walston, 
Gloria Price. 



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Kneeling, left to right: .Alison 
Dresc her. One (iilhert, Eddie Mon. 
roe, Neil Kelly, Richard Donaldson, 
Butch Woolstiin, Danny Haworth, 
Wayne Samuels, Bohliy Calleiwler. 
Seated: Haru Dove, Linda Spence, 
Deanna (lox, Linda Harrell, Diana 
Drennan, Judy Sampson, Nancy Bailey, 
Ann Cozzens, Betty Hutchins. Third 
row: Helen Smith, Joyce Roliinson, 
Mildred Hollowuy, Myra Phelps, Joyce 
MrCloud, Joan Burnett, Peggy Tyer, 
Janice Williams, Margie \X hitehead, 
Judy Young, Mary Bishop, Nancy 
Craft, Nancy (Gentry, Diane (Jillis. 
Fourth row: Roherta Martin, Kitty 
Phelps, Betty Sawyer, Fern Kealon, 
Sandra Lynn, Carol Oiehton, Mary 
Donaldson, Betty Helvin, Mary 
Hughes, Carole Boettcher, Mary Rey- 
nolds, Lois Frias, Augusta Seay, Pat 
Williams, Frances Hudson, Barbara 
Caudle. 




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B - PEP CLUBS 




Kneeling, left to right : Kay Greene, 
Jane Parker, Secretary; Jackie McCoy, 
president; Diane Johns, Vice-President; 
Barbara Sumner, Treasurer; Mavis 
Alexander. Sitting: Joyce Rouse, Polly 
East, Nancy Hunnicutt, Pani Ihde, 
Ann Stroud, Peggy Ferrell, Sally 
Hyatt, Katherine Ainsley. Standing: 
Donna Blankenship, Annette James, 
Shirley Morris, Linda Morrison, Mary 
Vogel, Lee Fentress, Edgar Meeks, 
Ken Brethauer. Back row: Todd 
Crane, Howard McCuiston, Donald 
Gillooly, Tonnny Palatini, George 
Wetherington, Kenny Mathews, John- 
ni* Copeland, Mike Shan nun Glenn 
Johnson. Ronnie Melton. 



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First row, left to right: Virginia 
Kirn, Julianne Meyerhoffer, Helen 
Hurt, Barbara Dugger, Joyce Rawls, 
Gloria Beale. Second row: Deanna 
Cox, Susanne Holliday, Virginia West, 
Betty Woolard, Barbara Tillette, Ruth 
Krueger, Josie Newman, Frances Mc- 
Clenan. Third row: Dottie Nelson, 
Margaret Perry, Beverly Hudson, 
Nancy Reich, Pat Hill, Barbara Har- 
rison, Kay Collier, Theodora Brit- 
t^, Marcia Harrington, Carolyn 
Beasley, Scotty Lane. Pat Ray, Jackie 
Curling. Fourth row: Regina Cross, 
Irene Tyler, Page Goodwin, Mary Lou 
Wenger, Dorothy DuRant, Patricia 
Bradley, Patricia Anne Ansell, Judy; 
Lincoln, Martha Laydon, Olivia Un- 
derbill, Joyce Spruill. 




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Mrs. Daphne Young and 
Mrs. Dorothy Hudgins, Spon- 
sors. 



"Toward New Horizons," tlie motto of the Future Bonie- 
makers of America, best describes the work of the chib. The 
F.H.A. set its goals high and climbed a long way on its ladder 
to success. To encourage democracy in home and community, 
to promote international goodwill, to stimulate the apprecia- 
tion of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking, and to foster 
the development of creative leadership — these were the 
objectives of the Future Homemakers. 

During the first year at Princess Anne, the F.H.A. collected 
old clothing for Goodwill Industries, and served a banquet for 
the Future Farmers of America. Boys' and girls' ties, bearing 
school colors, and ladies' hose, were sold in order to raise 
money to buy equipment for the Home Economics Department 
and for social activities. 



F H A CLUB 






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Sitting, left to right: Shirley Lee, Adabelle Shirley, Bertha Thomas, Janice Wool- 
ridge, Erlene Munden, Betty Sawyer, Nina Lawrence, Beverly Moore. Second row: 
Dorothy White, Patsy Wilkerson, Elsie Whitehurst, Marge Twiford, Josephine 
Twiford, Martha Davis. Third row: Sandra Stike, Geraldine Whaley, Gertrude Hor- 
ton, Louise Lee, Joyce Robinson. Back row: Frances Owens, Cathy Kasitch, Geneva 
Yoder, Faye Bishop, Adell Carroll, Joyce Cason. 



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Pictured above are the of- 
ficers of the F. H.«A. Club. 
Left to right : Vernell Har- 
ris, Song Leader; Pauline 
Helvin, Historian; Rita 
Craig, Treasurer; Jo Anne 
Elheridge, President. 







The purpose of the Future Nurses' Club is 
to help its members understand the career of 
nursing better by discussion of the methods of 
training, the opportunities, specialization and 
all other aspects of the profession. The club's 
main project was providing a layette and bas- 
sinet for some deserving mother. Other projects 
included visiting the Norfolk General Hospital 
and having guest speakers at the meetings. 



first row, left to right: Shirley Curling, Betty Bradshaw, Becky 
Owens, Frances Warren, Margaret Forbes, Myra Craddock, Gail 
Pace, Mamie King. Second roiv: Sponsor, Miss Mathews; Sandra 
Gregory, Carol Deacon, Ann Fawceft, Judy Coker, Frances Moore, 
Patsy Van Ells, Nancy Reid, Gail Olson, Sophia West, Suzie Nash, 
Virginia Land. Third row: Beverly Gwynn, Helen Gilbert, Dollie 
Warren, Iva Shapland, Peggy Miller, Joyce Johnson, Carol Davies, 
Nancy Gwynn, Jo Ellen Woody, Faye Carliss, Jackie Riley, Mary 
Miller. 



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"Toward New Horizons," the motto of the 
Home Economics Club is symbolical of the atti- 
tude of its members. 

Some of the goals which the girls set for 
themselves for the year were to preserve the 
ideals of home life, to develop initiative and 
leadership, to develo]) a well-balanced program 
of living, and to work well together in a large 
grouj) for a common good. 



Sitting, left to right: Annette Norris, Brenda Owens, Shirley 
Foskett, Sally Myers, Judy Coker, Connie Silva, Shirley Webster, 
Joann Sidora. Standing: Diane Ballance, Julia Lemmond, Joyce 
Jackson, Patsy Land, Laura Smith, Mrs. Folkes, Sponsor; Helen 
Capps, Janice Cain, Shirley Mills, Jackie Johnson, Jo Ellen 
Woody. 



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Pictured above are officers of the Philately 
Club. First row, seated, left to right : Wal . 
Medlin, Sandra Anderson. Second roiv, seated: 
Tommy Bosserraan, Maxie Davis, Dan Cannon. 



PHILATELY CLUB 



First row, seated, left to right: Margie Key, 
Maxie Davis, Wallace Medlin. Eddie Carnell, 
Sandra Anderson. First row, standing: Mrs 
Connors, Walker Howerin, James Collier, Milo 
Padgett, Jerry Maccubbin, Allan Charles, Reese 
Lukie. Tommy Bosserman. Second row, 
standing: Dan Cannon, Roger White, Skipper 
White, Sonny Norman, Terry Taylor. 



First row, left to right: Janet Davis, Vice- 
President; Teeny Jones, President; Annette 
Lane, secretary. Back row: Shirley Speight, 
Treasurer; Carol Ennis, Reporter; Jane Clair, 
Chaplain. 



CORONET TRI - HI - Y 



First row, left to right: Janet Davis, Shirley 
Speight, Shirley Jackins, Carol Shelby, Annette 
Lane, Jackie Rose, Teeny Jones. Second row: 
Miss Inez Bryan, Carolyn Foster, Virginia Cur- 
rin, Margaret Perry, Jane Clair, Nancy Hunni- 
cutt, Barbara Williamson, Marie Bowden, 
Rebecca Hamlin, Hilda Guill, Gail Monroe. 
Third row: Ann Russell, Carol Ennis, Jackie 
McCoy, Annette James, Ethel Hutchins, Regina 
Cross. 



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Left to right: Violet Furlough, Vice-President; 
Sylvia Miller, Treasurer; Robin Clair, Presi- 
dent; Janie Barnard, Secretary. 



SCEPTER TRI-HI-Y 



Sitting, left to right: Miss Jackie Tarkington, 
Sponsor; Violet Furlough, Eloise Powell, Lil- 
lian Parsons, Sylvia Miller, Elaine AUshrook, 
Rose Hampton. Standing: .4nne Hudson, Mary 
Jane Brockwell, Barbara Mason, Brenda Slifer, 
Kay CuUipher, Carol Piner, Peggy Sattlethight, 
'iloria Winslow, Wilnia Cline, Billie Huse- 
iiiann, Robin Clair. Buck rote: Carolyn Pick, 
Eva James, Janie Barnard, Sally Moyer, Alita 
Snyder, Mary Leitch, Diana Drennan, Edith 
Darden, Jean McKnight. 




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Front row, left to right: Ida Faye McMath, 
President; Beverly Barger, Vice-President. Toi> 
ran: Jean Padon, Chaplain; Sandra Stike, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 



THETA TRI -HI - Y 



Kneeling, left to right: Mildred Freeman, 
(ieraldinc W lialey, Jean Padon, Martha Lay- 
den. First row: Mrs. Jo (!harlcs. Sponsor; 
Barbara Hf ndrickson, Jeanne Smith, Ida Faye 
McMath, Beverly Barger, Vernell Harris, Pam- 
ela Ibde. Second row: .Sandra Stike, Karen 
Causey, Martha Singletary, Mavis .Alexander, 
Susan Holliday. Beverly Hudson, Nancy Reich, 
June Meyers. Third row: Shelba Riggs, Ester 
Cando, Patsy (ioodwin, Kay (^ox, Beverly 
Brown, Phyllis Mosk-y, Wilnia Terry, Jennclte 
Johanson, Carolyn Beasley. 



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Standinn, left to right: (iarlaml Skinner, Larry 
Valenlint-. Seated: Lf>lif Larkin, Terry Parker- 
son, Jimmy Loftin. 



SEMPER PARATUS HI - Y 

Back row, left to right: Donald Etheridge, 
George Shipp, Louis Patch, Woodrow Pusey, 
Kenneth Mathews. Louis Halsey, Donald 
Gregory, Mack Amnions, LeCirande Johnson, 
John Elliott, Billy Sykes, Michael Melton, 
Larry Valentine. Third roiv: Mr. Boh Oliver, 
Sponsor; Rhea Walker, James Perry, (ieni' 
Newman, Ray Potter. John Bacs, John Hunni- 
cutt, (garland Skinner, Sammy Snapp, James 
Loftin, Irving Ballance, Duane Breitling, (ad- 
len Davis. Second row: Rohert Turner, Roliert 
Wood, Leslie Larkin. Terry Parkerson, Eddie 
Barnes, Vernon (Gardner, Roland Harris, first 
roic: Bill Mitchell, Bohhv Morris, Bohhy Roe- 
huck, John Caddy, Andy McCullar, J. W. 
Wilson, Rohert Williamson. 



Standing, left to right: Layne Jackins, Bohhy 
Lockwood. Seated: Woody Jones, Woody John- 



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CRUSADERS HI - Y 



First row, left to right: Mr. Louis Breedlove, 
Mike Stillman, Billy Hudgins, Woody John- 
son, Ralph Wetherington. Second rote: Lean- 
der Minadakis, Edmund (]ox, Hassel Barnard, 
Gordon Fritz, Edward Harrison. Third roit: 
Bobby Jeanette, Bill Wolfe, Roger Bednarick, 
Bobby Lorkwood, Mack Barefield. 





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Front roil, left to right: Mt-linila Joiit-.-, I'iil 
Laiiippin, (lo■(:haplain^. Buck roiv: Anna Hlan<l 
Faison, Vire-Presiilent ; Toni Vera, Stcrt'tary ; 
Bobbie Davi>, Trea^urer; Mi^^i^g from picture, 
Mary Clay Nirhol.s, President. 



TRINITY TRI - HI - Y 



first row, kneeling, left to right: Lois Joliiison. 
Pat Cole, Anna Bland Faison, Betty Faison. 
Nanoy Travasos, Barara Wilkins. Second row: 
Gloria Price, Joyce Sawyer, Anne Cozzens, 
Norma Barrett, Peggy Ball, Sandra Barton, 
Susanne Harrell. Third row: Sponsor, Miss 
Sawyer, Pat Lamppin, Elaine Sliaw, Melinda 
Jones, Joyce Murden, Isabel Robertson, ('arol 
Olson, Delores Wagstaff, Bobbie Davis, Toni 
Vera. Pat Martin. Fourth ran: Virginia Smith. 
Myra McKenny, (Gloria Spruill, Sophia West. 
Peggy Tver, Joan Burnette, Katheryn Ann 
Hutchison, Jeannette krahenbill. 




Front row, left to right: Joyce Rawls. Vice- 
President; Nancy Fowlkes, Chaplain. Back row: 
Deanna Jones, Secretary; Meredith Harrell, 
Treasurer. 



VIRGINA DARE 
TRI - HI - Y 



Front row, sitting, left to right: Mel\a (.rim- 
stead, Frances Smith, Janet Snowdon, Judy 
Lackey, Nancy Fowlkes. Second row: Carolyn 
Marsh, Meredith Harrell. Margaret Watson, 
Mary Vogel, Donna Coker, Miss Sellers, 
Sponsor. Third roic: Becky Malbon. Deannn 
Jones, Linda Morrison, Marguerite De Bary, 
Joyce Rawls, Janie Ciilbert. 



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Front roiv, seated: Pain Caiitwell, TieaMiior 
Second row. Palsy Hit(•hing^. Secrt-tary; 
Frankie Williams, Vice-President. 



DUNMORETRI-HI-Y 



Front roic, left to right: Jean Hitchings, Nanoy 
Barcroft, Deanna Gallup, Jane Samuels, 
Dorothy Luplon, Marjean Wright, Patsy Hud- 
gins. Second row: Linda Spence, Haru Dove, 
Peggy Heath, Frankie Williams, Carrollyn 
Charles, Sandra Lynn Spruill, Pam Cantwell, 
Mary Hughes, Pat Williams. Third row: Lois 
Frias, Shirley McCulIar, .\nn Lyon, Linda 
Harris, Joann Vaughan, Jean Hewitt, Ruby 
Miller, Linda Kelly, Jean Klass, Susan Brown, 
Betty Hutehins, Dorcas Bidwell Fourth row: 
Lois Furlough, Kitty Phillips, Linda Vestal. 
Martha Dull, Carol Boeltcher, Connie Cavin. 
Nancy Atkisson, Diane Gillis, Martha Voegel, 
("arol Cooke, Melanie Werner. 



Front row, left to right: Charlotte Hackett, 

President; Nadine Isaacs, Treasurer. Second 

row: Linda Jones, Secretary; Linda Harrell, 
Vice-President. 



SCOCENIESON TRI-HI-Y 



Front row, left to right: Edna Jean Bazeniore, 
Gail Olson, Cathy Stevens, Linda Jones, Tina 
Harris, Lynne Driesell. Second row: Fern Lar- 
gen, Dottie Norfleet, Mary Donaldson, Mary 
Reynolds, Margie Whitehead, Betty Helvin, 
Nadine Isaacs. Third row: Linda Harrell, Dona 
Marquette, Ann Tauselt, Mary Goodwin, Wilma 
Cline, Beatrice Smith, Iva Shapland, Augusta 
Seay, Shirley Snyder. Fourth row: Marjorie 
Williams, Darlene Foster, Devona Beasley. 
Sandra Gregory, Sandra Ives, Phyllis Pallett, 
Theresa Cando, Charlotte Hackett. 



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Pictured below are the officers of the Quo 
Vadis Tri-Hi-Y. Bottom row, left to right: 
Dona Blankenship, President: Betty Gilbert, 
Vice-President. Top row. Sallie Baines, Secre- 
tary; Evelyn Kirby, Treasurer. 



QUO VADIS TRI - Hl-Y 



Kneeling, left to right: Jeanette Spain, Sallie 
Baines, Betty Gilbert, Dona Blankenship, Jane 
Parker. Seated: Mary Lou Cake, Kay Collier. 
Susie Farrar, Barbara Lupo, Pat Hurd, Duane 
Flowers. First row, stimding: Miss Ruby Lee 
Black, Sponsor; Cherry Pace, Leslie Ackiss. 
Nancy Goode, Betty Shirley, Diane Johns, 
Kay Greene. Back row. standing: Martha Sue 
Riggs, Pat Barnard, Janet Morgan, Evelyn 
Kirby, Adabell Shirley, Betty Ackiss, Helen 
Smith. 




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Pictured here are the officers of the Chowning 
Tri-Hi-Y. Seated, left to right: Sharon Mc- 
Cullar, President; Anne Stroud, Vice-President. 
Standing: Jeanette Elmore. Chaplain; Karen 
Cartwright, Treasurer; Margaret Lane, Secre- 
tary. 

CHOWNING TRI-HI'Y 



Kneeling, left to right: Julia Lemniond. Karen 
Cartwright, Jenny Pat Hudgins, Sharon Mc- 
Cullar, Connie Howe. Seated: Jackie Filbry, 
Julianne Meyerhoffer. Mary Carol Mizelle, 
Jeanette Baum, Josie Newman, Annette Norris, 
Laura Free. Standing: Mrs. Mabel Church, 
Sponsor; Bevelyn Bailey, Barbara Seeley, 
Scotty Lane, Dottie Nelson, Edith Miller, Mar- 
garet Williams. Back row: Marcia Harrington, 
Jeanette Elmore, Barbara Grigg, Betty Oliver, 
Helen Hurt, Barbara Tillette, Joyce Spoolman, 
Goldie Kovacs, 



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Kneeling, left to right: Doug Twiddy. WiUon Widgeon. Edgar Meek?. Richard Katz. Boli 
Marjh, Don Hillnian. Sitting: Bob Parhani. Marshall Tollen, Bobby Nelligar, Jininiie Lane, 
Grover Twiddy, E. C. Bonney. Third row: Jimmy Bradt. Buck Williams. Pete Costenbader. 
Carlisle Vaiden. Ken Brethauer. F. L. Hughes. Paul Wyatt. Ronald Hedly. Ray Price. Mr. 
E. L. Applegate. Fourth row: Jack Bui.-t. Robert Taylor, Lamar Barnwell, Bill Strange. Jack 
Weller, Windy Belgard, Stanley Bunch, Neil Kelly. 



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SIGMA PHI-HI-Y 



Doug Twiddy, Vice-President, and Mrs. E. L. Apple- 
gate, Sponsor, discuss plans for the future of the club. 
Russell Davis, President, was absent this day. 



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Standing, left to right: Ronald Hedly, (Chaplain; 
Kelly, Secretary: Jack Buisi, Treasurer. "Let's cut 
the loafing, boys!" 





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The Future Business Leaders of America is a club 
organized to meet certain extra-curricular needs of 
students planning to enter the business world. Its mem- 
bership advances through three degrees: assistant, 
supervisor, and leader. Miss Helen Gresham, Miss 
Rebecca Bohannon, and Mrs. Hortense Eason, the club's 
sponsors, attended the state convention with the club. 

Some of its important purposes are: to develop 
competent and aggressive business leadership, to develop 
characteristics and abilities necessary in this field, to 
create more interest in and understanding of the intelli- 
gent choice of a business occupation, and to become 
acquainted with new and improvetl business systems 
and equipment. 



Left to right: Su>annf Harrt-ll. Reporter; Sylvia Hughes, 
Vice-President; Barbara Mason, President; Mary Austin, 
Secretary. 

Left to right: Betty Waff, Carol Davenport, katheryn 
Ainsley, Martha Austin, Mary Austin, Joyce Mason, Bar. 
bara Mason, Susanne Harrell, Joyce Gallop. As soon 
as the photographer is through they will finish their 
discussion about their future in the business world. 






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Bobby Saunders, 6' 4" end for the Princess 
Anne Cavaliers, made All Tidewater, Group 
II Team. Bobby's nimble fingers tagged many 
a pass, and his lop-sided gallop carried him 
over the goal line for many touchdowns. 







Miss Katheryn Anne Hutchison was elected 
by her classmates as Sweetheart of the Senior 
Class. Her prettiness, personality, and charm 
were her qualifications to be the winning 
contender for this reward. 



Leaning nonchalantly against a wall is Roland 
Harris. Roland is the proud designer of our 
school crest, which is used on the cover of 
this annual, and also designer of the Princess 
Anne High School flag. 



John Caddy was selected as left halfback on 
the All Tidewater Team. (His second year, by 
the way, as holder of this position.) John, a 
senior, is also in good standing scholastically, 
which is unusual for such a fine athlete. 



Congratulations to Miss Mary Clay Nichols! 
Mary Clay, a senior, won first place in the 
state "I Speak For Democracy" contest. She 
was awarded a television set and a week's 
expense-paid trip to Williamsburg. 



This bright looking lad. Ken WhitehurSt, 
a junior, was one of two students from Vir- 
ginia to make the F. F. A. Club's National 
Chorus of a hundred people. Applications to 
sing were received from all of the United 
States and its possessions. 





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BOYS' STATE 



Tlif honor of attending tyirl^' State, whirh ^^a^ held 
at \ irginia Polyterhnic In>titute, last summer, was 
l)e^to^ved upon RoBiN Clair, Kempsiitle; Margaret 
Forbes. Oceana; Rlby Brock, Creeds. These girls were 
>elerted l>y their rla?smate.- and faculty on the basis 
of many outstanding qualities. 



Robert Forbes, Oceanu: Eddie Barnes, Kempsiille: 
Joe Key. Creeds: and James Oclesby, Oceana were 
delegates from their respective schools to Boys' State 
last year. They were chosen hy their classmates and 
faiulty to attend this assendjly. which met in Blacks- 
hurg. the same place and time that (iirU' State was held. 











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SENIOR OFFICERS 








(llioseii to lead the senior class through their last year of high 
school are these officers — seated, left to right: LuTHER Sexter, 
president: RoBI.N Clair, secretary. Standing, left to right: ToM 
Vera, treasurer: Larry Valentine, vice-president. They are 
busy coiiipiling the privileges asked for by the first graduation 
class. 



Pictured here are the senior sponsors. Front roic. left to right: 
Mrs. Mary Barnes, co-ordinator: Mrs. Mary Page. Miss Jewell 
Vi HiTLOCK. Back rou; left to right: Mr. Robert Oliver, Mr. 
Carroll Camp. 



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MARTHA AUSTIN 
MARY AUSTIN 



JACQUELINE BEARD 



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WILLIAM BEASLEY 



ROBERT AUSTIN 



SALLIE BAINES 




PATRICIA BARNARD ^^ 



EDWARD BARNES 



WALTER BARNES 
SANDRA BARTON 










MARJORIE BOGGS 



DOUGLAS BONNEY 



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FLOYD BONNEY 



JANET BONNEY 



ROBERT BOURDON 



MARIE BOWDEN 



DAN BOWLES 
DONAHUE BOYETTE 



of 

1955 



PATRICIA BRADLEY 




JAMES BRADT 



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WILLIAM BRICKHOUSE 
RUBY BROCK 



LEWIS CAMPBELL 




GLENDA CAPPS 




MARY JANE 
BROCKWELL 

JEAN RAY BRYANT 




JACK BUIST 



JOHN CADDY 



DOROTHY CAKE 
CHARLES CAMPBELL 





RONDY CARNELL 



MARY CARLISS 



DOROTHY CARSON 



^ ILLIAM CARTER 



Class 
of 

1955 



THOMAS COPLEY 




DAVID CASSIDA 
ROBIN CLAIR 




RITA CRAIG 



JOYCE COLE 



THOMAS COLE 



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ETHEL DESCHENE 




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CHARLES DOWNS 



REGINA CROSS 
LOUIS DARDEN 



OTIS DARDEN 



PATRICIA 

DAVENPORT 



JANET DAVIS 
KENNETH DAVIS 



ROBERTA DAVIS 



RUSSELL DAVIS 








GENE DOZIER 



JOHN DRUMM 



JOHN DUDLEY 
WILBUR DUNCAN 



Class 
of 

1955 



KENNETH FENTRESS 




HOWARD 

EASTWOOD 

BILLIE EN-\X 




DU-ANE FLOWERS 



ANNA BLAND FAISON 



DOUGLAS FARMER 




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MARGARET FORBES 



ROBERT FORBES 




SHIRLEY GEARHEART 




PHILLIP FOXWELL 



VIOLET FURLOUGH 



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MARGARET GALLAGHER 



CHARLES GARDNER 




BETTY GILBERT 



VERNON GARDNER 



JOSEPH GATES 







BARANDINA GREGORY 



DONALD GREGORY 



HILDA GUILL 



REBECCA HAMLIN 



JAMES HARCUM 



SUSANNE HARRELL 



JUANITA HARRIS 



ROLAND HARRIS 



of 

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PAULINE HELVIN 




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BARBARA HENLEY 



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NANCIE HESTER 



CLARENCE HICKMAN 



JOHN HUNNICUTT 





PATRICIA HURD 





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DALE HOLLIDAY 



ANNE HUDSON 



JOHN HUFF 



SYLVIA HUGHES 




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KATHERYN ANN HUTCHISON 



JAMES IVES 



SHIRLEY JACKINS 
BARBARA JAMES 



Class 
of 

1955 



JOSEPH KEY 




ERMA LOU JONES 



ERNESTINE JONES 




III 



JEANETTE KRAHENBILL 



HERMAN JURGENSON 



PETER KASITCH 



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PATRICIA LAMPPIN 
JOHN LANCASTER 



HOWARD McCUISTON 




JOHN LANE 
LESLIE LARKIN 





MARY ELIZABETH LEITCH * *^ 

ANNE LINDSEY "* 




IDA FAYE McMATH 



BARBARA LUPO 



DAWN McCLANNAN 








BOB MARSH 



BARBARA MASON 



DOROTHY MEEKS 



GAIL MONROE 



Class 

Of 
1955 

GENE NEWMAN 




MELVIN MOORE 



CLAUDINE MORRIS 




MARY CLAY NICHOLS 



HARRY MOTE 



JUNE MYERS 




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LILLIAN PARSONS 





CALEB PHELPS 



DOROTHY NIXON 



JACK OGLESBY 



TAMES OGLESBY 



PEGGY OLDAKER 



WILLIAM OLIVER 
SANDRA OLSON 



CLARK PACE 
JEAN PALLETTE 




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CAROL FINER 



LEON PIPER 



RICHARD READER 



EDWARD REDFEARN 



Class 
of 

1955 



PEGGY SATTLETHIGHT 



JAMES REDMAN 



LUTHER 

RICHARDSON 




ROBERT SAUNDERS 



MARTHA SUE RIGGS 



ISABEL ROBERTSON 



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HENRY SPOOLMAN 



SHIRLEY SCOTT 
ERNEST SENECA 



LUTHER SENTER 



SANDRA SHIRLEY 



ALITA SNYDER 



JEANETTE SPAIN 




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LOUIS SPIVEY ~~ 






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NANCY STEVENS 



ROBERT STRANGE 



MARGARET STUTZ 



ROBERT TAYLOR 



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BETTY JEAN 



DOUGLAS TWIDDY 



THOMAS 



RAYMOND TICE 



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GROVER TWIDDY 



MARSHALL TOLLEN 



BETTY GRACE TURNER 





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PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 



CARLISLE VAIDEN 



LAWRENCE VALENTINE 



VIVIAN WIDGEON 




LOUISA VERA 
BETTY WAFF 



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FLOYD WATERFIELD 



GERALDINE WHALEY 



MARY WILLIAMS 



LAFAYETTE WHITEHURST 



ROBERTA WHITTON 




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JOHN WILSON 



GLORIA WINSLOW 



Class 
of 

1955 



HARLAN WOOD 



A group of typical Seniors relax in the library, while 
another group is shown enjoying lunch in the cafeteria. 




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ROBIN CLAIR 
EDDIE BARNES 



GAIL MONROE 
TOMMY COPLEY 




BEST LOOKING 




MOST POPULAR 




JEAN RAY BRYANT 



RUSSELL DAVIS 



BEST DRESSED 



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LARRY VALENTINE 

MARY CLAY NICHOLS 



MOST INTELLIGENT 



TONI VERA 



EDDIE BARNES 




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MOST ORIGINAL 



BEST PERSONALITY 



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BEST ALL 'ROUND 



SWEETHEARTS 




EDDIE BARNES 



TONI VERA 



DAVID CASSIDA 



JEAN RAY BRYANT 




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MARY CLAY NICHOLS 

LARRY VALENTINE 



BOBBY SAUNDERS 




MOST LIKELY 



TO SUCCEED 



IDA FAYE McMATH 



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WITTIEST 



MOST STUDIOUS 





"TEENY" JONES 



PAT LAMPPIN 



JOHN DRUMM 



LUTHER SENTER 



TONI VERA 



BOBBY SAUNDERS 



EDDIE BARNES 



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BEST SPORTS 



FRIENDLIEST 




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Those leaning toward the affirmative side of the question are, left to right: Gregory Curry, 
Edward deBary, Esther Cando, Fuller Moore. Seated hehind the tahle offering opposition to 
the question, are, left to right: Rohert Williamson, Barhara Hendrickson, Carole Shelby, 
Stanley Bunch. 




The sponsors of Forensic 
Activities are, left to right: 
Mrs. Carolyn Atwell, one 
act play; Mrs. Jo Charles, 
puhlic reading; Mrs. Mabel 
Church, public speaking; 
Mrs. Edith Barlow, public 
speaking; Miss Connie Lov- 
ing, debate; Miss Jewel 
Whitlock, spelling; Miss 
Donna Connors, public 
speaking. 

Mr. Bill Britton is seen 
below telling students how 
the members of the forensic 
spelling team are to be 
selected. 



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FORENSIC ACTIVITIES 

Forensic Activities are important to a school because of 
the aid tliat is given in tlie tlevelopin;: of skill and poise in 
the student. The teenager who participates is familiarized with 
close competition that he may not receive otherwise, if he isn't 
qualified or interested in sports. The contestants are selected 
from "try-outs" in the school itself and those chosen will then 
go to the State Forensic Meet held in Charlottesville, Virginia. 
Debate, spelling, public reading, one act play, and public 
speaking are five events of the Forensic Meet that may be 
entered by any high school student in Virginia. 



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ONE ACT PLAY 



Hole \vr lake a petk tliruiigh a kcy- 
liulr and firt a preview (il llic 
Forensir one a<l play. Left to right 
are: Roljerta Wliitton, Danny Hay- 
wortli, Toni Hml^on, and Jaini-s 
Perry. It was these hri^ht younp; stu- 
dents whose dramatic abilities enabled 
them to emerge as Princess Anne's 
first Forensic actors. 



PUBLIC SPEAKING 



Left table, clockwise: Mart|iierite de 
Bary, Barbara Johnson, Carrollyn 
Charles, Lynn Penibcrton. Briic<: 
Miller, Bertha Thomas, Roberta 
Whitton. Rii;ht table, clockuise: Pal 
Van Ells. Deanna Jones, Fay Smith. 
Mike Fisher. Mike Stillman. Stand- 
ing, left to right: Jack Morrison, Ken 
Brethauer. James Perry, Jim Jarrell, 
Harlan Wood, Billy Oliver, Charles 
(iardner. David Biiffington. Tina Har- 
ris. From these people Princess Anne's 
first piililic reading team was selected. 




PUBLIC READING 



First row, left to right: Billy Wolfe, 
Andy McCuUar, (jordon Fritz, Frank 
Stewart, Tonmiy Polatini. Second roit : 
Jerry Thornton, Frances Roiidabiish. 
Roger Bednarick. Margo Rigsliy. un- 
identified. Ann Bridiakcr. Toni 
Hudson. 



A moment's pause in the exccuti\e conuniltec's 
business discussion. Left to right, around the 
table: McCoy. Perry, Miller, Ellis. Luplon. 
Parker, Etheridgc, Bargcr, Parkerson, Loftin. 
Olson, Wilkins, Wetherington, Elliot, Scroggs. 
McKnight. 




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Carefully surveying the high school's activities 
and standing ready to strive verv hard in an 
effort to make the junior class an exceptionally 
well organized one, are its four major cfficers, 
James Lofti.n, president: Terry Parkerson, 
lice president: Jane Parker, secretary; Anson 
ScROCGS, treasurer. 




Junior class sponsors, Mrs. Rose Breedlove, 
Mrs. Jo Charles, Mrs. Hortense Eason. Miss Inez 
Bryan, Mr. Bill Britton, Miss Helen Gresham, 
Miss Julia Sawyer, and Miss Rebecca Bohannon. 



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Betty Sue Ackiss Leslie Ackiss Mavis Alexander Mary Allen Elaine Allsbrook Mack Amnions Richard Amnions 

Charles Ange Lynette Ange John Bao Edward Baker James Baker Peggy Ball Beverly Barger 

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Janie Barnard James Basnight Gwendolyn Beard Jesse Belanga Winfield Belgard Franklin Bell Jack Bo^Jlh 





A moment's pause in the executive coiuniittee's 
business discussion. Left to right, around the 
table: McCoy. Perry, Miller, Ellis, Lupton, 
Parker, Etheridge, Barger, Parkerson, Loftin, 
Olson, Wilkins, Wetherington, Elliot, Scroggs, 
McKnight. 

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Barbara Bristow Stanley Bunch David Cain (George Cassidy karen Causey Vernon Cherry Charles Childress 




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Patricia Cole (;wendolyn Corprew Ann Cozzens Frank Craft James Davidson John Davis Maxie Davis 












Victor Davis Daniel DeHart Kathleen Dill Donald Doe Danny Dunagan Polly East Nancy Edwards 




Two "important Juniors," Jimmy Loftin and 
Terry Parkerson, caught loitering on the 
stairway. 

Juniors deftly wield their paint lirushes as 

4 . Sandra Stikes poses as the Madonna. Notice 

-* the atmosphere of absorption and industrious- 




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John Elliot Allen Ellis Roinona EUlis Carol Ennis James Estel BennieJEtheridge James Etheridge 





Elizabeth Paison Ronald Falls David Flanagan Katie Flanagan Ronald Fleming Mildred Freeman Harry Frizzell 





Joyce Gallop Sue Gavigan Nancy Goode Kay Greene Betty (Crimes Lewis Halsey Merry Halstead 







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With noses pressed against the door, Karen Gausey and Victor Davis look 
as though they have enjoyed their study period. 




Hungry student^ rau?e a slight hold up in the "chow" 
line as they tarry at the dessert counter looking for 
the largest dish. Regardless of this delay, the efficiency 
in the cafeteria is still outstanding. 



"Let me at him," shout these juniors as they anihush a 
senior in the hall. Only a posed scene like this could 
ever exist at Princess Anne; relationships hetween the 
two classes are extremely friendly. 






Olto Halstead Rose Marie Hampton Vcrnell Harris Harold Hebden Ronald Hedly Alice Hendricks Robert Hickman 






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Richard Hill Michael Holliday Carl Horton Larkin Hubbard Nancy Hunnicutt Sally Hyatt Pamela Ihde 



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Eva James Jennette Johansen Diane Johns LeCirande Johnson Patricia Johnson Peggy Johnson Betty Jones 




Above if a group of junior l)oy> admiring a Chrii^tnia^ 
Siene in one of the ilisplay cases. Tlie scene was asseni 
liled liy student- of the Art Pepartnient. 



The Ha?h of the camera nilerrupt- a junior i la>^ in mid- 
session. Tliis is a cross -ection of the 11th grade, from 
the alerte\ed -Indent to the sleepy-eyed one. 



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Marfhall Jones Melin(hi Joncf Jame> Jordan Exehii Kirliy Annette I.ane Opal Lane Shirley Lee 

Barhara Leggette Carol .Slielhy Jack Le>ter James Loflin I'atriria Lupton Sliiliiy Lnpton Jai(|uiline Metloy 

Ceiil MiCullar Jame- M(l)onald (..raid Mrkiiighl Koger Malhon Harliara Mar-hall Patricia Marliii Kli/ahcili Malllieu- 




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Kenneth Matthews Naomi Meekins Mike Melton Patri. ia Midgette Kenneth Mills Baker Miller Barbara Miller 




Edward Miller Sylvia Miller William Miller Cynthia Moore Jame^ Moore Joseph Moore Bobby Morris 







John Norher William Norher Gloria Nowitzky Mark Oetinger Carol OUon Rirhard Olson Ada Overstreet 



Outride the office of Mr. E. E. Cox, this group of juniors and seniors anxiously 
awaits the election return? of the race for President and Vice-President of the 
Student Council Association. 




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An Algebra II ola>s of junior^ ij shown preparing for 
the niiil-terni examinations. 



Several students are piclurecl above, pondering over 
books in the Iil)rarv. 





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Cherry Paee Tonnny Palatini Edna Pallet! June Pallett (larroll Palmer Robert Parham Jane Parker 




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Terry Parkerson Clayton Perry James Perry Sarah Pettengill Dred Poole Eloise Powell Gloria Price 




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Ray Prire Jean Riggs Shelba Riggs Beverly Roane Alan Robertson James Robinson Bobby Roeburk 



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Iris Rogers Patrirja Rowe Gerald Sawyer Joyce Sawyer Anson Scroggs Doris Shipp Adabelle Shirley 






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Betty Jean Shirley Sharon Silman Marie Sinnnons Cecil Simpson Nell Simpson Donald Sims Diane Sinclair 








Garland Skinner Helen Smith Laura Smith Samuel Snapp Laura Spangler Eugene Sparks Shirley Speight 

Time out and an opportunity to talk at the 
lockers. We see juniors, Carol Ennis and Mike 
Melton between classes, enjoying the individual 
locker system. 




We see students of Mr. Oliver's algebra class 
enjoying time out for an open class discussion. 




Miss Beverly Barger and Anson Scroggs were scleetpj l)y the faoully a? "The 
Most Outstanding Juniors" for the year 1954-55, on the basis of their leadership, 
character, activities, and scholastic standings. 







Richard Stelts Sandra Stike Robert Strickland Nelson Suber Barbara Summer Mary Summer William Sykes 







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Beverly Taylor >Xilma Terry Bertha Nan Thomas Sherwood Thompson Mildred Tillett Todd Crane Nancy Travasos 



Robert Turner Jessie Van Nostrand Dale VTagner Dolores XTagstaff Gerald Walker Rhea Walker P'rances Warren 



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Margaret Watt-rfield Shelton Waterfield Sophia West George Wetheringtoii Allen White James White Vincent White 



Carol Whitehurst ha Whitehurst Kenneth Whitehurst Roliert 'S idgeon Barhara Wilkins Robert Wood 



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Various Jiinior> seem to feel that lun( li i> a 
time for peculiar expression and camaraderie. 
Several of the girls feel that the charm of 
Andy McCuUar i? over-powering. 



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To/), left: What a joh! Diane Johns, Garland Skinner. 
Nancy Goode, and Billy Sykes are really "on the go." 
They are trying to locate a nice place to have the 
Junior-Senior Prom. 



Bottom, left: "How does this color look?" asks Barhara 
Summer of Janet Morgan. These junior girls are 
trying to choose the right colors for those new evening 
gowns. 



Top, right: "Now, who in the world am I going to date 
for the Prom," wonder Richard Olson, BennieEtheridge, 
{standing), and Frank Craft, Robert Wood, {sitting), 
as they gaze at the telephone. 



Bottom, right: Shelba Riggs, Kay Greene, Mike Melton, 
and Sandra Stikes turn in their money and receive more 
candy, to sell, from James Jordon. The profit from the 
candy selling helped finance the Prom. 



junior Hi - Cights 



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SOPHOMOR E S 



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The Sophomore Class met in November for the 
purpose of organizing and electing officers. All 
of the candidates seemed to be well qualified 
hut the final count revealed that Jack Seller 
had been elected president: Richard Kalff- 
MANN, lice president; Kaye Clllipher. secre- 
tary: June Elmore, treasurer: and Esther 
Cando, reporter. The Sophomore coordinating 
sponsor is MiSS CON.ME Lovi.NG. 




The Sophomore sponsors: Mrs. Ann Matthews, 
Miss Connie Loving. Standing: Mrs. Lucille 
Carmichael, Miss Elizabeth Kitts. 



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Ir\ ing Allen, Thiiniian 
Alexander. Patrida Al- 
ton, Shirley Aiiiory, Bar- 
bara Austin, Kathleen 
Bailey. 



Irving Ballanoe, Ellen 
Barnes, Walter Barnwell, 
Norma Barrett, Bryon 
Bates, Carolyn Beasley. 




Gerald Becker, Sandra 
Bednariek, Boliby Ben- 
nett, Donna Blanken- 
sliip, Judy Blevins, Jo 
Ann Boekley. 



E. C. Bonney, Frances 
Bowden, Y\onne Bo\v- 
den, NVilliani Bowden, 
Patricia Bradley, Betty 
Bradshaw. 



Shirley Bradshaw, Ronny 
Bray, Duane Breitling, 
ken Brethauer, John 
Brinkley, Theodora Brit- 
tan. 



Beverly Brown, Billy 
Brown, Rebecca Brown, 
Ann Brubaker, Chuck 
Bunting, Joan Burnett. 



Mary Lou Cake, Ester 
Cando, Ted Cannady, 
Harry Carlson, Gaynell 
Carter, Eddie Ca\ in. 



Jane Clair, Bobby Col- 
lender, Kay Collier, John 
Copeland, Leo Cornell, 
Pete Costenbader. 



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~^\> Cox, Myra Cratk^-'^ 
dock. Nancy Craft, kayc ^ • 
CuUipher. Jac(|iiclinc 

(burling. Wade Curran, 
Jack D^bi»eN-. fV^ 

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Edith Darden. Carol Dav. 
cnport. Charles Davis, 
CuUen Davi;., Dean Da- 
vi>, Martha Davis, Mar- 
vin Davis. 











\\ illiani Dean. Edward 
il.Bary. Betty Dickcr- 
-oii. Kichard Donaldson. 
Diana Drennan. Alison 
Dre-cher, Dorothy Du- 
Kant. 



Barbara Durhani. Marie 
Elli^. June Elmore. Yo- 
landa Eniig. Betty Estel, 
Donald Etheridge, Irvin 
Evans. 



."^u^ie Farrar. Dennis 
p'erebee, Loretta Fere- 
)ee. Peggy Ferrell, Caro- 
lyn Foster. Hubert Fowl- 
kes, William Fox. 



Florence Franklin. Joan 
(iee. Edward (Gilbert, 
Donald (iile?. Patsy 
(ioodwin. Ronald Grant, 
Patricia Green. 



Carol (iregory. Billy 
(.riinstead. Wilnia Hall, 
Harold Hamit. Barbara 
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rth. 



Hendrick^-on, 



Barbar 

Phyllis Hessel, John 
.^1- y Heuneman. Jackie Hill. 

Haven Hodges. Ted Hoi- 
comb, Su^an Hollidav. 



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Frank Hudgins, Beverly 
Hudson, Toni Hudson, 
Frank Hughes. Billie 
Husemann, Elhel Hutrh- 
ins, Annette James. 



Charles Johnson. Edwin 
Johnson, Glenn Johnson. 
Lois Johnson. Mary Jane 
kalnuis. Richard katz, 
Richard kauffinann. 




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Neil Kelley. Carroll Ken- 
nedy, Patricia Key. Vir- 
ginia Kirn. Juline Krie- 
ter, Sandra Kruschkc, 
Larry Lancaster. 



James Lane.' Nina Law- 
rance, Martha Layden, 
John Lindley, Dickie Lis- 
ter. Carolyn Lucas, Reese 
Lukei. 



Bobhy McArdle. Doug- 
las McCloud. Joyce Mc- 
Cloud, Donald McCul)- 
bin, Don Mclnlyre. 
Charles McKay, Myra 
McKenney. 



Jean McKnight. Danny 
Marrow. Joyce Mason. 
Roy Mason, Viclorene 
Mason. 










Two Sophomores are pictured looking up one 
of those "lo-o-ng" words in the dictionary. 



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Spencer Mathews, Rand 
Maynard, Ronald Mel- 
ton. Alire Faye Midgett. 
Jane Miller. Paul Miller, 
Bobbie Mills. 



Nickie Minadakis, Bill 
Mitchell, Eddie Monroe, 
Beverly Moore, Charles 
Moore, Donald Moore, 
Patricia Moore. 



Robert Moore, Shirley 
Morris, Jack Morrison, 
Elaine Morse, Joyce Mur- 
den, Robert Nelligar, 
Margaret Netherland. 



Earl Oyer, James Padon, 
Jean Padon, Brian Par- 
ham, Bruce Parron, 
Louis Parsons, Louis 
Patch. 



Patricia Pearce. Jimmy 
Pearson, William Penn- 
ington, Margaret Perry, 
Nancy Perry, Ruth Pet- 
tengill, Sam Phillips. 



CSrolyn Pick, Betty Pit- 
zer. Tommy Portlock, 
John Ray Potter, Wood- 
row Pusey. John Rawls, 
Felix Reader. 



Nancy Reich, Ellen Reid, 
Susan Reynolds, Frances 
Richardson, June Riggs, 
Carol Robbins, Jimmy 
Roberts. 



Irvin Robinson. Joyce 
Robinson. Eddie Roe- 
buck, Wilhelmina Rog- 
ers, Jacqueline Rose. 
Joyce Rouse, Anne Rus- 
sel. 



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Judv Sampson. Wayne 
SamueU, Jimmy Saun- 
ders, Tommy Saunders, 
Linwood Sawyer. 



Billy Schaffer. Charles 
Srhnetzer, Connie See- 
ley, Elaine Shaw. E rn- 
est Shipp, George Shipp, 
Johnny Siler. 



Marvin Simpson, Martha 
Singletary, Brenda Slifer. 
Keith Smallwood, Bar- 
bara Smith, Shirley 
Smith, Virginia Smith. 



Shirley Smyers, Virginia 
Southworth, Jefferson 

Sowden, Charles Spence, 
Jerry Spoolman, Gloria 
Spruill, Carolyn Steven- 
son. 



Shirley Stevenson, Bruee 
Stone, Kenneth Stower. 
Billy Strange, Sidney 
Stuart, Barbara Sum ner, 
Pat Summer. 



Shirley Temple, Jose- 
phine Twiford, Peggy 
Tyer, Irene Tyler, Olivia 
Underbill, Betty Lou Up- 
ton, Arlan Van Horn. 



Taking time out for a friendly ex- 
change of chatter in between classes 
are Dean Davis, Alison Drescher and 
Jimmy Roberts. But they must hurry 
in order not to be late. 










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Mike Vanture, Barbara 
Walker, Dorothy Walker, 
Virgil Wall, TuUy Water- 
field, Victoria Watson. 



Jackie Weller, Leonard 
Werner, Virginia Wert. 
Bessie White, Henrv 
White, Ruth White. 



Joyce Whitley, Wilson 
Widgeon, Barbara Wil- 
liamson, Robert Wil- 
liamson, Fred Winfree, 
Ann Woody. 



Paul Wyatt, Spencer 

Zahn, Odell Beasley, 

Harold Flora, Bobby 
Johnson. 




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In January the following people were elected to 
hold the offices of the Freshman Class. Bobby 
LocKVVooD, president; Juliani\e Meyerhoffer, 
lice president; Patsy Hitchin'CS, secretary; 
Jeannette Elmore, treasurer; and Pat Kelly', 
reporter. The freshman homeroom teachers are 
the sponsors with Mrs. Bertok the coordinating 
sponsor. 




Pictured here are the Fresh:\l\> sponsors. 
Standing, left to right: Mrs. Edith Barlow, Miss 
!\Iartha Morrison, Miss Cora Blackmore, Mrs. 
Ann Davis. Mrs. Marjorie Bertok. Seated, left 
to right: Mrs. Mabel Taylor, Mrs. Ann Vick- 
strom. Miss Margaret Bailey, Miss Ann Foster. 



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Johnny Aokiss, Walter Agee, Agnes Ainsley, John Alfred, Robert 

Ambs, Roy Ammons, William Ashworth, Donald Austin, Nancy 

Bailey. 

Allan Bamforth, Cooper Barefield. Mack Barefield, Richard Ba«- 

night, Jeanette Baum, DeVona Beasley, Charles Beebe, Julian 

Bell. Leola Benton. 



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Faye Bishop, Leon Blan.. .vlartin Bond, Allie Bonney. Georgt 
Bonney, Richard Bolyard, Linda Bowden, Lydia Bowden, Betty 
Bradshaw. 

Bruce Breitling, Thomas Bristow, Susan Brown, Ernest Bruce, 
David Buffington, Dorothy Burns, Bonnie Butler, Douglas Butter- 
field, Gary Byerly. 




Marshall Callahan, Tal- 
madge Campbell, Theresa 
('ando, Leonard Capps, 
Russell Capps, Patricia 
Carbaugh. 



Jon Carlson, Adell Car- 
roll. Angus Cartwright, 
Columbus Cartwright, 
George Cason, Joyce 
Cason. 



Foy Casper. Archie Caton, 
Bobby Causey, Carrollyn 
Charles, Wilma Cline, 
Judy Coker. 



Jane Collins, Carol 
Cooke, Pat Cordero, San- 
dra Cosby, Shirley 
Cowan, Deanna Cox. 



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Edmond Cox. Irene Creekmore. Carroll Crittenden. Ann Daven- Charles Dunran. Theodore Economides. Faye Edge. Michael 

port, Robert Davenport. Carol Davies. Floyd Davi?. Carol Deegan, Edward?. Jeanette Elmore. Frank Ennis. Jo Ann Etheridge, Ann 

Richard Dill. Fawrett. Leah Ray Fentres?. 

Dorothy Dixon, Reginald Dod?on. George Donnelly. Jo Anne Jean Ferritta. Jacqueline Filbry. Stanford Fischer. Charles Foster, 

Donnelly, Judith Dorer. Lawrence Doss. Elizabeth Dove. Daniel Nancy Fowlkes, Mary Fraise, Mary Freader. Laura Free, Deanna 

Dudley, Barbara Dugger. Gallup. 



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Helen Gallup. Jack (ian- 
dee, Pat Garra, Nancy 
(gentry, Jane Gilbert, 
Diana Gillis. 



Donald Gillooly. Gene 
Gimbert, Rae Glisson, 
Mary Goodwin. Ralph 
Gregory, Sandra Gregory. 



Barbara Grigg, Peggy 
Grimes. Melva Grimstead. 
James Guindon, Linda 
Guindon, Jessie Gunter. 



Robert (iuthrie. Char- 
lotte Hackett. Lynn Hal- 
sey, Mark Hanna. Rich- 
ard Hanna. .Martha Har- 
low. 



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Ann Harnian, Linda Harrell. Marcia Harrington, C:ecil Harris, 

Raymond Harris. Tina Harris, Barbara Harrison, Eddie Harrison, 

Thomas Harrison. 

Brooks Hart, Priscilla Hartley. Faye Haste. Betty Hatclier, Daniel 

Hatter, Billy Hearring, Billie Helvin, Helen Hendrieks, Winston 

Henley. 



William Hess. James Hewitt. Jean Hewitt, Patricia Hill, Suzanne 
Hiller Patrieia Hitcliings, Janet Holcond), Mildred Holloway, 
Mary Jo Horner. 

Gertrude Horton, Constance Howe, Walter Howren, Joan Huhhard 
Carol Jean Hul.ler, Jenny Pat Hu.lgins. William Hudgins, Frances 
Hudson, John Hudson. 




Doris Humphries, Walter 
Humphries, Helen Hurt, 
James Huston, Edward 
Ives, Mary Love Ives. 



Sandra Ives, Lane Jack- 
ins, Joyce Jackson, 
Harold Jarrell, James 
Jarrell, Robert Jennette, 



Barbara Johnson, Carl 
Johnson, Cecil Johnson, 
Patricia Johnson, Roy 
Johnson, Woody Johnson. 



Diana Jones, Linda Jones, 
Woodfin Jones, Charles 



Kalii 
Keatc 



Fred Katz, Fern 



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Pat Krily. (,ary Kersha\v. Marsarrl Kt-y. Patricia Kcve?. Pat 
Kilinon. Barl)ara Kin». Maiiiic Kill!;. Kalliy Kin?>ley. Sallv kirn. 
Jt-an kla^^. Ruth Krut-per. (,ary K-ii-rhkr. Ju(l> Laikey. S'orliprt 
Landy. David Lane. Jimmy Lane. Ruli.rt Lansihorn. Daniel Larkin. 
Loui--e Lee, Carol Lester, Marvin Levvallcn, jiuly Lincoln, Martin 





Litllenian. Bol.l.y Lockwood, Dorothy Liipton 
lerry Mc(.ain. 

Shirley McClain. Jerry McCubhin .Lawrence M 
Medullar. John McDaniel. Beckv Malhon L 
Marquette, Carol Marshall. 



Ernest McCabe, 

cCul)liin. Sharon 
ard Mann, Dona 



Geraldine Martin. Ro- 
berta Martin. Wayne Mar- 
tin. Richard Matthew-. 
Jimmy Maynard, Rand 
Maynard. 



Shirley Mayor, Richard 

Mears, John Meekin>. 

Evelyn Mellon, Jnlianne 

Meverlioffer, Patricia 
Miles. 



Johnny Miller. William 
Miller. Leander Minada- 
kis, Mary Carol Mizelle. 
Joe Mondf, Mary Mon- 



Fuller Moore. Jayne 
Moore. Nelson Morri-. 
Ella Mo.xley. Blan< Im 
Mover, Erlene Munden. 



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Stanley Murphy. Kitty Myei>. VTilliarii Navjoks, Dorothy Nelson, 
Carolyn Newberry. Jo^ie Newman. Martha Newsonie, Morag 
Nocher, Charles NorHeet. 

Patricia Nottingham, George Nowitsky. tiharle? Oehali, Elizahelh 
Oliver, Hazel O.-horne. Frances Owens. Martha Owens. Rel)e(ra 
Owins. Gail Pace. 



Phyllis Pallett. W illiam I'all.lt. Cliltoii Parker, Joyce Payne, 
Lynn Pemherton, Bill Pennington, Tommy Perry, .Albert Pfeffer. 
.Myra Phelps. 

Jack Polak, Robert Powell. Gene Presson, W illiam Pritchard. 
Wootlrow Piisey, Joyce Rawls, Rose Marie Rea, Shirley Reed. 
Richard Reid. 




Allen Reynolds, Jo Anne 
Riffle. Larry Robinson, 
Maurice Roebuck, .Arn- 
old Rogi ster, Morris 
Romero. 



Judy Roudabush, Sandra 
Rowe, Jane Sammuels. 
Betty Sawyer. Billy Saw. 
yer, George Seastrom. 



Judv Seekamp. Edwin 
Seymore. John Shannon, 
Mallory Shearer. Earnest 
Shipp. Clyde Shorter. 



Helen Smith, Lawrence 
Smith. Nancy Smith, 
Robert Smith. Teddy 
Smith, Judy Snell. 



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Charles Snyder, Brose Spears, John Spence. Linda Spence, Jackie 

Spruill, Joyce Spruill, Preston Spruill, Frankie Stakes, Kathleen 

Stevens. 

Shirley Stevens, Peggy Stevenson, Frank Stewart, Michael Stillnian, 

Carol Stone, Jo Ann Stotts, Bonney Strawhand, Edmund Strickler, 

Anne Stroud. 



Mary Sturgess, Mary Jo Stutz, Patricia Styron, James Sullivan, 
Mary Ann Szymansk, Marie Tatem, Tommie Tatem, Irene Tetter- 
ton, Sandra Thacker. 

Howard Thomas, Mary Tilburne, Barbara Tillette, Marjorie Twi- 
ford, Joe Vaidean, Sarah Van Ness, Jo Anne Vaughan, Anne Lee 
Voliva, Henry Waff. 



Patricia Wagner, Carol 
Walters, Patricia Warren, 
Douglas Waterfield, Mar- 
garet Watson, Mary Wee- 
ber. 



Robert Welcli, Mary Lou 
Wenger, Melanie Werner, 
Mike Werner, Ralph 
Welheringlon, Dorothy 
White. 



Vincent White, William 
White, Clyde Whitehead, 
Juanita Whitehead, Bol)- 
l)y Wliilehurst, Elsie 
Whitehurst. 



Patsy Wilkerson, George 
Wilkie, Gloria Williams, 
Margaret Williams, Ron- 
ny Williams, Sharon Wil- 
Hams. 



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Tawana Williams, Donald Wilson, Betty Wollard, Edmund Wool- 
ridge, Janice Woolridge, Marjean Wright, Geneva Yoder, Donald 
Young. 



Having a conference are the Freslimen Homeroom Pre^idents. Left to right: 
Charlotte Hackett, Margaret Watson, Betty Wollard, Billy Helvin, Dorothy Nelson, 
Linda Spence, Anne Stroud, Donna Marquette, Mack Har^ (i Id, and Edmund Cox. 




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Ill the above picture tlie HOMEROOM OFFICERS 
OF THE 8th grade: Sandra Anderson, Judy 
Young, Jacqueline Cantrell, Johnice Swain, 
Scotty Lane, Martha Voegel, Sandra Lynn, Pam 
Cantwell, and Patsy Van Ells. Standing, left to 
right: Ronnie Haynes, Lewis O'Neil and Allan 
Charles. 



Seated, left to right: Miss Betty Bracey, Mrs. 
Mabel Church. Miss Elizabeth Boswell. Stand- 
ing, left to right: Mr. John Bobbins, Mr. Julius 
Williams, Mr. Paul Boseraan. 



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Edwin Alley, David Allred, David Ambrose, Mahlon Ambrose, 

Brenda Ames. 

Sandra Anderson, Patricia xAnsell, Bruce Anthony, Pat Arnold, 

Nancy Atkinson, Doris Ayers, Jeanie Bacon, Bevelyn Bailey, Joan 

Baker. 

Mack Baker, Diane Ballance, Faye Ballance, Nancy Barcroft, 

Hassel Barnard. Billy Barnes, Carol Barnett, Barbara Barrett, 

Peggy Anne Barton. 

Barry Baxter, Louis Baxter, Edna Jean Bazemore, Duane Beach am, 

Gloria Beale, Claus Beckroge, Roger Bednarick, David Best, 

Robert Bias. 

Dorcas Bidwell, Robert Birks, Mary Bishop, Mike Bjork, Carol 

Boettcher, Fay Bonney, Norma Bonney, Tommy Bosserman, 

Jimmy Bowden. 



Judy Bownas, Walter Bray, Richard Bridgeford. 
Robert Brinkley, Linda Brooks, Gloria Brown. Billy Burns. 
Roger Butler, Marvin Byrum, Janice Cain, Herbert Campbell. 
Gene Cannady, Dan Cannon, Jacqueline Cantrell, Pam Cantwell. 




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Eddie Carnell. Don Carter. Karen Cartwright, Richard Cathernian, 
Barbara Caudle. 

Connie Cavin. Barbara Seely. Allen Ch'arle^. Boyd Child, Freddy 
Childre?^. Larry (!lark. Donna Coker. Da\id Cole. James Collier, 
(ierald Copeland. Robert Copley. Jarkie (Sorbin. David Costenbader, 
Linda Craft. Earl Craig. Donald Crain, Richard Crawford, William 
(ireekmore. 

Luther Oihb, Carolyn Crichton. Gary Cross, Freddy Crouse, 
"\Iirhael Crure. Orval Caddv. Rose Curling, Bettv Cutchin. Wayne 
Daily. 

(!arol Daughlry. Vicar Daughtry, Mary Davenport. Wilma David- 
son. Billy Dean?. Anne deBary, James Deegan, Arthur DeFazio, 
Lewis Dennis. 



Nancy Dewberry. Mickie Dickerson. Jeff Douglas. 
Richard Drescher. Lynne Driesell. Jimmy Dudley. Martha Dull. 
A ernon Duncan. Su-an Dunning. Carol Ei kliardt. Barbara Van Ells. 
Patsy Van Ell?. Richard Enax. Rav Ewell. Ronald Fairbanks. 







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Eddie Fisher, Marvin Fisher, Stanley Fisher, Robert Forshaw, 

Shirley Foskett. 

Carolyn Foster, Alma Foster, Barbara Franklin, Gerald Freeman, 

Joseph Freeman, Lois Frias, Gordon Fritz, Lois Furlough, Stephen 

Futrell. 

Joan Gandee, Janie Gardner, Mary Gates, Annette Gilbert, Brenda 

Gilbert, Helen Gilbert, Ronnie Gimbert, Richard Golinski, George 

Good. 

Julian Goodmanson, Gerald Goodwin, Patsy Goodwin, Robert 

Graham, Gail Greer, Marilyne Gregg, Carol Gregory, Helen Griffin, 

Carey Grimstead. 

Jim Guill, Beverly Gwynn, Nancy Gwynn, Roy Hall, Dorothy 

Hanna, Meredith Harrell, Don Harris, Linda Harris, Tommy 

Harris. 



Cathy Hartman. Leonard Hassell. Sidney Hayes. 

Ronald Haynes. Peggy Heath. Betty Helvin, Horace Henderson. 
John Henderson, Barbara Henes, Luther Hester. Jo Anne Hines. 
Valerie Hladky, Judson Hodges, Nellie Hoffman, Robert Hollonian. 




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Nancy Hood, Fred Home, Nancy Hostick, Jean Hudgins, Jerry 

Hughes, Mary Hughes, Anna May Hurt, Betty Hutchins, Billic 

James. 

Evelyn Jenkins, Gary Johnson, Jackie Johnson, Judy Johnson, 

Linda Johnson, George Kelly, Linda Kelly, Rohert Kennedy, 

Loretta Kight. 

Irene Kinley, Joan Kirby, Bruce Klass, Goldie Kovacs, Layne 

Labhart, Wayne Labhart, Barbara Ladner, Julius Lamm, Pat 

Lamm. 

Patsy Land, Virginia Land, Charles Lane, Margaret Lane. Roger 

Lane, Johnny Langhorne,Fern Largen, Dorothy Lauf, Dixie Laut. 

Sharon Layton, Carol Lee, Robert Lee, Julia Lemmond, Diane 

Leveridge, Gerry Levy, Joe Lewark, Norman Lilley, Ray Lister. 







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Sandra Lynn, Ann Lyon, Betty McAlpine. 

Howard McCain, Dail McClanan, Shirley McCullar, Eugene 

Mcintosh. 

Katherine McKay, Charles McKim, Joe Malbon, Juanita March. 

Carolyn Marsh, Walter Marshall, Michael Mastalski, Annie 

Mastracco. 



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Charles Matthews, Donald Mayo, Walter Medlin, Jack Melton, 

Bob Meyers, Glenn Micklow, Clifton Midgett, Bruce Miller, 

Joyce Miller. 

Peggy Miller, Shirley Mills, Charles Minis, Delores Moodispaw, 

Betty Moore, Frances Moore, Margaret Moore, Randy Moore, 

Rosetta Moore. 

Tom Moore, Linda Morrison, Larry Mullen, Leonard Murphy, 

Sally Myers, Jo Anne Nagg, Susie Nash, Fran Newbern, Henry 

Nichols. 

Forrest Norman, William Norman, Annette Norris, Ralph Van 

Nostrand, Betty Nunnelee, Gail Olsen, Lucretia O'Neil, Louis 

O'Neal. Walter Overfeh. 

Doris Overton, Brenda Owens, John Owens, Milo Padgett, Elwood 

Parker, Edwin Pavey, Grayson Pearce, Cynthia Pearson, Dwight 

Perry. 



Patricia Peterson, kitty Lou Phillips, Jerry Pollard. 
Eleanor Price, Betty Pugh, Nancy Reid, Mary Reynolds. 
John Richardson, Mary Ridings, Jackie Riley, J. D. Robbins. 
George Robinson, Norman Robinson, Mildred Rodgers, Carroll 
Roper. 







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Charles Ro^enberger. Frances Roudabu>h. Thoma? Rouse. Stanton 

Ruark. Henry Russell. Ginger Sauer. Julia Saunders. Nicholas 

Savage. Benny Sawyer. 

Chester Sawyer. Patsie Sawyer. Richard Schultz. Augusta Seay. 

^ an Sellers, Iva Shapland. Audrey Shaw, Edith Shipp, Shirley 

Shorter. 

Joann Sidora, Constance Silva, Marie Simmons. Bruce Sniallwood. 

Beatrice Smith, Frances Smith, Gladys Smith, Janice Smith, Joyce 

Smith. 

Lawrence Smith. Roy Smith. Roy Smith. Wa>Tie Smith. William 

Smith. Janet Snowdon. Shirley Snyder. William Speight. Frederick 

Spinny. 

Benjamin Spivey. Joyce Spoolman. Lee Spry. Jack Stace. Alex 

Steele. Tommy Stevens. James Stevenson. Karen Stites. Donald 

Stone. 



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Roy Styron. Thomas Sutherland. Johnice Swain. Anna Taylor. 
Bobby Taylor. Ph>lli- Taylor. Terrald Taylor. Jenny Thornton. 
Jerry Tippett. John Tomkins. Larry Tripp. Edward Turner. 



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Gary Turner, Patsy Tyer, Mary Upson, Larry Venable, Linda 

Vestal, Martha Voegel, Mary Vogel, Bobby Wade, Carey Waff. 

Rudolph Waff, Joyce Walston, Barbara Ward, Patsy Ward, 

Spurgeon Ward, DoUie Warren, Harold Warren, Sammy Warren, 

Sandra Warren. 

John Waterfield, Aubrey Watts, Robert Weathers, Helen Webb, 

Edwin Webster, Shirley Webster, George West, Hugh West, 

Jackie Wheeler. 

Alma Wlvite, Bobby White, Doris White, Freddie White, Marilyn 

White, Roger White, Howard Whitehead, Margie Whitehead, 

Edward Whitehurst. 

John Whitehurst, James Wicks, Joyce Williams, Marjorie Williams, 

Pat Williams, Frankie Williamson, Darrell Wilson, Guy Wilson, 

Robert Wilson. 




Edward Wimer, Virginia Winslow, Delmas Wise. 

Earl Wise, Billy Wolfe, Glen Wood, Thomas Wood. 

Jo Ellen Woody, Lester Woody, William Woody, Annie Mae 

Woolrin. 

Thelnia Yon, Judy Young, Reba Yow, Billy Greer. 







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The Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y members of Prin- 
cess Anne participated in the intramural basket- 
ball games sponsored by the Y.M.C.A. The 
games were held on Thursday nights and tro- 
phies were awarded to the winning teams. 




Sittiiif:, left to right: Jane 
Clair, Beverly Barger, Bob- 
hie Davis, Teeny Jones, Ida 
Faye McMath, Robin Clair, 
Katheryn Hutchison, Cherry 
Pace. 



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Patch, John Bacs, Andy Mc- 



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Bradt, 

Frank 

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Danny 
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Jimmy 

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Sitting, left to right: Kaye 
Cullipher, Karen Causey, 
Gwen Beard, Shelba Riggs, 
Eloise Powell, Carol Ennis, 
Betty Faison, Rose Hamp- 
ton, Jackie McCoy, Sylvia 
Miller. 




Varsity Football Co-captains 
Bobby Saunders and John Drumm 




Captains and Coaches 



These people represent the very backbone of our athletic 
program. Their sincere and unselfish efforts to produce truly 
great teams command much respect and deserve far more 
praise than this limited space allows. The first year in any 
school is one of confusion and ours was no different. But 
these people weathered the year and their accomplishments 
laid the basis for the prediction that Princess Anne and excellent 
sportsmanship shall someday be synonymous. 



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Varsity Basketball Co-captains 
Tommy Copley and Bol)by Saunders | 









Varsity Wrestling Co-captains 
(irover Twiddy and Leslie Larkin 



IJlinior Varsity Basketball Co-captains 
Richard Kalz and Richard KaufTinann 



Our six athletic coache>, left to right : P'rank Taylor, Varsity Football and 
Truck; John Zizak, Varsity Football and Wrestling; Lewis Breedlove, 
Baseball and J.V. Football; (iEORCE Shields, Varsity Football and Track: 
Les Bertok, Varsity Basketball and J.V. Football; Bill Bowman, J.V. 
Basketball. 



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This page presents the six stages in the ufe of a 
GRIDIRON hero. Plays are pounded into his head during 
skull practice. Muscles, coordination, and the execution 
of these plays are developed on the field during after- 
noon "dress rehearsals." The pre-ganie devotion i» 
necessary to the player, for morale and unity do not 
come from practice alone. Action begins at 8 o'clock, 
and the eyes of the spectators are focused on the ball 
carrier. Alone on the bench sits a huddled group who 
share with the participants the moments of defeat and 
the moments of victory. It's all over and one need not 
look at the scoreboard, for the final tally is reflected 
in the faces of coaches and players alike. 




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Left to right, fourth row: Charlie Downs, Douglas McCloud, Dale Wagner, Douglas Bonney, 
Otis Darden, Louis Darden, James Estel, John Bacs. Third row: E. C. Bonney, George Bonney, 
Jim Loftin, Jimmy Saunders, Gary Bryan, Charles Campbell, Duane Breitling, Bobby Widgeon. 
Second rotv: Robert Wood, John Drumm, Bobby Saunders. Frank Craft, Jimmy Ives, Cecil 
Simpson. First row: Louis Halsey, Terry Parkerson, John Elliot, John Hunnicutt, Andy 
McCullar, John Caddy, Garland Skinner, Leslie Larkin. 



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The first edition of the Princess Anne 
Cavalier football team opened the 1954-55 sea- 
son by dropping; a tough decision to the Nor- 
view Pilots in the last eighteen seconds of play. 
The Cavaliers, under the direction of head 
coach, Frank Taylor, and ably assisted by John 
Zizak and George "Bemie" Shields, went on 
to win five games and finish in second place for 
district competition. 

There were many highlights and heart- 
breaks along the season's trail. No one will soon 
forget the tremendous performance of the 
wearers of the Red, White, and Blue against 
Norview and Appomattox. John Caddy, Bobby 
Saunders, and Andy McCullar were just three 
of many who did their jobs well in these 
games, and how about the team's "go-go-go" 



against Great Bridge, when Charlie Campbell 
came into his own by racing for four touch- 
downs, and the entire defensive unit played 
inspired football. It was touch and go against 
Emporia but they finally pulled up to a tie 
after having two apparent touchdowns recalled. 
Churchland and Cradock stopped the Cavaliers 
in mid-season, but Deep Creek and Mathew 
^ haley were defeated by decisive margins as 
the season came to a close. 

John Caddy sparked the team in its last 
two games, and*Bobby Widgeon, John Drumm, 
and Jimmy Ives anchored the line in good 
fashion. Bobby Saunders and John Caddy were 
honored by being on the All District 1, Group 
II Football Team. 



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Happiness reigns! Miss Robin Claik, chosen queen of 
Princess Anne High's first homecoming game, bestows 
sparkling smiles on the crowd, as the Cavaliers go on to 
win the football contest. A perfect night! 



THE CAVALIERS 
1954 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 

WE THEY 

Sept. 17. .There. .Norview 12 18 

Sept. 24.. Here ..Appomattox 24 

Oct. 1. .There. .Great Bridge . ... 34 

Oct. 8.. Here ..Emporia 7 7 

Oct. 15. .Here . .Prince George ... 32 

Oct. 22. .There. .Churchland 28 

Oct. 29. .There.. Cradock 20 

Nov. 5.. Here ..Deep Creek 25 

Nov. 12.. Here . .Mathew-Whaley 31 12 



A cheering crowd, a loyal following, whether winning or losing, 
are the answer to any teamV greatest hopes. The first gridiron 
season for the Cavaliers wa- made even more successful l)y the 
wonderful support and aid given by the fans. 




The queen's attendants. seUitcd from their respective 
classes, were — front ron\ left to right: Frankie Williamson, 
Eighth (irade; Barbara Sunmier. Sophomore. Back rotv: 
left to right: Katheryn Hutchison. Senior: Julianne 
Meyerhoffer, Freshman; Barbara Wilkins, Junior. 



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ing dummy as John Caddy 
and Cecil Simpson hit it 
from both sides. 



The Princess Anne Cavaliers 
on a touchdown drive 
against the Emporia Eagles. 



Andy McCullar jump-pass- 
ing as two linemen move in 
o tackle him. 

Cavalier end, Jimmy Loftin 
reaches into the air to re- 
ceive a pass over the head 
of a Mathew Whaley de- 
fender. 







The galloping 
ghosts are Frank Craft, 
Bobby Sautiders, John Cad- 
dy, Otis Darden, John 
Drumm, and Louis Darden. 



John Drumm and Louis 
Darden hit the blocking 
dummy in practice at the 
Oceana Stadium. 



Two Cavalier players smash 
an opposing runner to the 
ground as the crowd looks 
on. 

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over the heads of two de- 
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Above left: Almost every afternoon during the summer we see (and hear) this 
familiar scene . . . Cheerleaders have to practice too! Above right: At a game, 
that practice is put to good purpose. Above: A quieter moment, as these 
energetic young ladies smile for the cameraman. Standing, left to right: Dorothy 
Meeks, Robin Clair, Carol Ennis, Sallie Baines, Betty Gilbert, Anna Bland 
Faison, Jean Ray Bryant, and Beverly Barger. Kneeling: Co-Captains, Frances 
Speight and "Teeny" Jones. 



BASKETBALL 





Bobby Saunders seems to have the ball under 
control after a tough scramble under the 
basket. On-lookers are Frank Craft, No. 31, 
and Benny Etheridge, No. 24. 



SCHEDULE 

WE THEY 

Dec. 3— Great Bridge 58 36 

7 — Norview 56 75 

10— Virginia Beach 60 65 

14— Newport News 36 60. 

17— Deep Creek 62 38 

Jan. 7— Norfolk Academy 58 50 

11 — Prince George 70 55 

14— Mathew Whaley 86 54 

18— Smithfield 73 55 

21 — Virginia Beach 51 52 

28— Churchland 44 72 

Feb. 1— Franklin 91 55 

4 — Great Bridge 74 39 

8 — Poquoson 76 47 

15 — Suffolk 65 69 

18— York 75 48 

19— Granby 67 62 

22— Gloucester 60 38 

25— Deep Creek 92 42 

Mar. 1— Churchland 48 61 



Billy Sykes and a group of Franklin Broncos 
join in mid-air, fighting for possession of the 
ball. 



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Mr. Les Bertok and his team join in a good 
luck handclasp before game time. 



Billy Sykes, No. 25, taps the ball to Tommy 
Copley, No. 21, as Duane Breitling, No. 28, 
breaks for the basket. Mike Melton, No. 23, 
and Charlie Campbell, No. 26, stay back in 
case Franklin intercepts ihe ball and makes a 
fast break down the court. 



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As the 1954-55 varsity basketball season 
opened at Princess Anne High School, three 
schools — Creeds, Kempsville, Oceana - were 
represented. Past letternien were: Tommy Cop- 
ley, Bobby Saunders, Carl Horton, Jimmy Bradt, 
Frank Craft, and Bennie Etheridge. 

Mr. Les Bertok, head coach, was pleased 
with the large number of boys who turned out 
for practice. After elimination, Douglas Mc- 
Cloud, Mike Melton, Charles Campbell, Duane 
Breitling, Billy Carter, Billy Sykes, and Charlie 
Downs were selected as supporting players. 

The squad's co-captains were Tommy Cop- 
ley and Bobby Saunders and the managers were 
Irvin Robinson and Edwin Johnson. 

Molding three schools into one, created 
many problems that did not meet the eye of 
the public. A major one was the question of 
transportation to and from practice, which was 
held in the Kempsville gym. All home games 
were played there also. 

Getting ready to play Group I competition, 
the team started by playing three Group I 
schools. 

Considering the fact that this was the first 
year, they made a very good showing in all the 
games they played. Now they look forward to 
next season. 

Many basketball games were played this season. The 
picture shows members of the Princess Anne Cavaliers 
Varsity club, as they jump for a rebound and try to 
recover the ball for their team. Many hard, earnest 
hours of work were spent in practice by the boys in 
order to make their game more perfect, and to show 
good, clean sportsmanship. 



Mr. Les Bertok, the coach of our Princess Anne 
■'Cavaliers," surveys the varsity team during practice, 
watching for any weak spots in the offense or defense. 




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Carl Horton 
Guard 



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Jiiiiniy Bradt 
Forward 




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Center 



WRESTLING 



The 1954-55 wrestling squad of Princess 
Anne High Scliool, coached by Mr. John Zizak, 
was organized from the boys of three county 
high schools. They were Creeds, Oceana, and 
Kempsville. At the beginning of the season Mr. 
Zizak met some thirty or forty boys at the 
KempsviUe gym to try out for the wresthng 
squad. After the elimination of some of the 
boys there were twenty-five left. There were 
about two boys in each weight from ninety- 
five pounds to the heavy weight division of one 
hundred and seventy-five pounds. The squad 
immediately began to get in shape for the first 
match of the season. On December 16, 1954, the 
"Cavalier Matmen" challenged the Virginia 
Beach "Seahawks" and defeated them, 44-8. 
They met Maury, Warwick, and Granby, losing 
to them, but putting up a good fight Tlie 
support of the entire student body helped build 
the morale of the wrestling squad. 



Grover Twiddy is in command as he completes a "take 
down" which gives him points against Oscar Smith. 
He has been a promising member of the wrestling team 
and is improving with every match. 



Twiddy of Princess Anne and Dobson of Oscar Smith 
meet face to face. Grover fought very hard through- 
out the match but it seemed that the road was too rough, 
Dobson came out on too. 





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WRESTLING SCHEDULE 

1954-55 

DATE SCHOOL P{ACE 

December 16 — Virginia Beach There 

January 4 — Maury (3:15 P.M.) .... There 

6 — Warwick Here 

10 — Granby There 

13 — South Norfolk There 

21 — Granby Here 

28 — South Norfolk Here 

February 3 — Virginia Beach Here 

10 — Norview There 

14— Maury (2:00 P.M.) .... Here 

17 — Woodrow Wilson Here 

21 — Warwick There 



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The Cavalier grapplers seen during a vigorous work-out, 
prior lo~^a Thursday night nialrh. The shook of pound- 
ing and twisting was decidedly lessened hy the spotless 
new n)ats. 



An alert Princess Anne wrestler is trying to get the 
advantage of an experienced opponent. The grappler 
from Princess Anne High is trying vainly to "reverse" 
and gain the advantage. 



The strain shows on hoth wrestlers as 105 potind Floyd 
Davis of Princess .Anne tries to beat down Wynn of 
South Norfolk. His hold is called an ankle drag. 




Kneeling, left to right: Jimmy Sullivan, Floyd Davis, David Cas- 
sida, Tommy Palatini, Grover Twiddy, Leslie Larkin, Terry 
Parkerson, Jack Weller, Ronny Hedly, Luther Senter, Robert 
Wood. Standing: Mgr. Roland Harris. John Meekins, Frank 
Stewart, Bobby Morris, Edwin Baker, Paul Kist, and Douglas 
Farmer. 




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Maynard, Lawrence Doss, Sonny Davis, Allan Baniforlh, Bruce 
Breitling, Mike Edwards, John Shannon, Jack Dahney. Second 
roiv: Raymond Minis, Thomas Harrison, Fred Childress, John 
Allred, Stan Fischer, Jim Lane, J. D. Rohinson, Bobhy Causey, 
Roy Amnions. Earl Ayer, Bill Hearrinfs Third row, standing: 
Leonard Werner, manager; Robert Ames, George Wilkie, Jimmy 
Jarrell, Charles Snyder, Doug McCloud, Billy Hudgins, Edward 
Cox, Walter Barcroft. 







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Here are the results of fine coaching on the 
part of Mr. Lewis Breedlove and Mr. Les Bertok, 
who helped greatly in setting up a winning 
season for the baby Cavaliers. Although, they 
lost two games, both of which were to Group I 
schools, they had a conference standing of five 
wins and two losses. The baby Cavaliers got off 
to a fast start with three straight wins. It 
looked like a perfect season for the strong 
Cavaliers until a determined Cradock team 
turned back the baby Cavaliers by a score of 13-0. 



Pictured above are some of the J. V. football 
team at the Oceana Stadium. Here you see 
the quarterback calling out some of their signals. 



Here is definite proof ifhat our Junior Varsity football 
team isn't all brawn. It is apparent at a glance that what 
the team may be lacking mentally is not the coaches' 
fault. 




he fftWowing girU are Junior Varjity Cheerleader^: Judy Lackey, Doltie Nelson, Deanna 
Cox, Charlotte Haekett, Marjean Wright, Julianne Meyerhoffer, captain; Betty Oliver, Barbara 
Griggs, Carolyn Newberry, Jackie Filbry. 



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The Franklin players helplessly watch Edgar M.^ciis 
score another two points for Princess Anne. The "Little 
Cavaliers" routed Franklin J.V. 73 to 30. 




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Back row, left to right: Coach William Bowuian, Jack Dabney, 
Arlon Van Horn, Paul Wyatt, Tommy Harrison, Jinnny Saunders, 
Leonard Werner, ken Brethauer, Edmund Strickler. Front ron: 
Richard Katz, Wilson Widgeon, Sonny Davis, E. C. Bonney, Dick 
KaulTmann, Mike Slillman, Bruce Breitling, Columbus Cartwright. 



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ACTIVITIES 
DIRECTORY 



MARTHA AUSTIN 
Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2.3: 
2,3. 



Photography 
Spani^h Club 



MARY AUSTIN — F.B.L.A. CluK 
Vice-Prejident 3, Secretary 4 : Span- 
ish Club 2,3: Nursing Club I. 



BILL BEASLEY — Spanish Club 3: 
Student Patrol 3: Hi-Y 4. 

MARGIE BOGGS— S.C.A. 1; Photog- 
raphy Club, Treasurer 1 : Draniaties 
2: French Club. Chaplain 3: F.B.L.A.. 
Vice-President 4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. 



RUBY BROCK — F.H.A. 1,2; Allied 
Youth 2,3: Band 1,2: Majorette 2,3; 
Spanish Club 3 : 4.H Club 1,2,3, Presi- 
dent 3, \ ice-President 2: Homeroom 
Vice-President 3: Student Patrol 3,4; 
F.B.L.A. 4; Photography 4: Harvest 
Bowl Court 3 : Virginia Girls' State 
Representative 3. 

MARY JANE BROCKWELL— F.T.A. 

Club 1.2: 4-H Club 1.2,3; Alpha Tri- 
Hi-Y 3; French Club 3,4; Scepter 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

JEAN RAY BRYANT — Band 1,2; 
J.V. Cheerleader 1,2, Co-Captain 2; 
Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Literary Club 1; 
Homeroom Treasurer 2 ; ^ ariety 
Show 2,3; Beta Club 2,3, Treasurec 
3; 4-H Club 2,3; French Club 2; 
Cheerleader 3.4, Co-Captain 3 : Mono- 
gram Club 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; 
Newspaper Staff 3 : D.E. Club Treas- 
urer 4; National Honor Society 4; 
Girls' Athletic Club 4; Science Club I. 

JACK BUIST — Science Club 1; 
Dramatics 2 : Hi-Y Treasurer 4. 



ROBERT AUSTIN — Science Club 1 ; 
Kappa Hi-Y 2. 

SALLIE MAE BALNES^Cavalierettes 
1; Dance Corp 1,2: Cheerleading 3,4; 
Ocean Bowl Prince^^ 3 ; Azalea Court 
3: Basketball 3: 4-H 1,2,3: F.H.A. 
1.2,3; Monogram 3; Secretary of 
F.H.A. 3; Vice-President of County 
4-H 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Newspaper 
Staff 2; Secretary of Quo Vadis Tri- 
Hi-Y 4; Girls' Athletic Club 4; May 
Day Princess 2. 

PAT BARNARD— Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1: 
4-H 1.2.3; French Club 1,2,3: Alpha 
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Quo Vadis Tri-Hi-Y 4; 
Glee Club 2.3. 

EDWARD WALTER BARNES — 4-H 
Club 1,2,3,4; J.V. Football 2; Foot- 
ball 3: D.E. Club 3,4; Basketball 3; 
Monogram Club 3,4. 

EDDIE BARNES — S.C.A. 1,2,3, 
Treasurer 1,2, President 3; Kappa 
Hi-Y 1,2: Baseball 2,4; J.V. Basket- 
ball 2; Hi-Y 3,4; 4-H Club 3,4; Beta 
Club 3: Vice-President of Tri-C 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 

SANDIE SUE BARTON — Trinity 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; 
Library Club 2. 

JACQUELINE BEARD— Girls' Tum- 
bling 1 ; Nursing Club 1 : 4-H Club 
3: Tri-Hi-Y 4; Girls' Athletic Asso- 
ciation 4. 



DOUG BONNEY— J.V. Football 1,2: 
4-H 1.2,3: Tumbling 1,2,3; Baseball 
2,3; Football 3,4; Monogram Club 4: 
Wrestling 3,4; Hi-Y 4, 

FLOYD BONNEY— Band 1.2,3; Bas- 
ketball 1.2.3: 4H 1.2.3: F.F.A. 1,2.3,4; 
Football 2.3: Baseball 2,3: Allied 
Youth 2,3,4. 

JANET BONNEY — F.T.A. 2; Glee 
Club 3; 4-H Club 3.4. 

MARIE BOWDE.\— Library Club 1: 
4-H Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. Club 1,2,3, 
Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3 ; Span- 
ish Club 3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y 4; 
Band 1. 

DAN BOWLES — Baseball 2,3; J.V. 
Basketball 2 : Photography 3. 

DONAHUE BOYETTE — Football 
Club 1,2; Creative Writing Club 2; 
D.E. Club 3,4. 

PATRICIA BRADLEY— Library Club 
1,2,3,4, Treasurer 1, President 2, Sec- 
retary 3,4; Class Treasurer 1; Class 
President 2 : Class Secretary 3 : Pep 
Club 4. 

JIM.MY BRADT — Baseball 1,2,3: 
Tennis 1,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Basket- 
ball 2,3,4; Chess and Checker Club 4. 

BILLY BRICKHOUSE— Science Club 
1 ; Chess and Che<kers, Vice-President 
4; Aviation Club 4. 



JOHN CADDY — J.V. Football 1; 
J.V. Basketball 1; Hi-Y 1; 4-H 1; 
Baseball 1; Varsity Football 2,3,4; 
Track 2,3.4: Varsity Club 4: Mono- 
gram 1,2,3. 

DOT CAKE — Band 1,2; Delta Tri- 
Hi-Y 1,2; 4-H 1,2,3,4; Varsity Basket- 
ball 3. 

CHARLES CAMPBELL — Football 
3.4: Basketball 3,4; Baseball 3; 
Monogram Club 3: Varsity Club 4. 

GLENDA CAPPS— F.H.A. 1,2,3; Beta 
1.2.3. Treasurer 1: S.C.A. 1; President 
Hoftieroom 1; Reporter Homeroom 2; 
Secretary Homeroom 3; Spanish 
Club 3. 

MARY ANN CARLISS — Transfer 
from Granby High; Art Club 1; 
Speech Club 1: D.E. Club 2,3,4; 
Photography Club 4. 

RONDY CARNELL — S.C.A. 1,2; 
F.F..\. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4: Allied Youth 2,3; 4-H 4, 

DOROTHY CARSON — Science Club 
1: F.H.A. 1,2.3,4; May Day Princess 
2 ; Newspaper Staff 3 : Junior Class 
Secretary 3 ; Beta Club 3 ; National 
Honor Society, Treasurer 4. 

BILLY CARTER — J.V. Basketball 
1.2: Wrestling 3: Monogram 3: Bas- 
ketball 4: Varsitv Club 4; Hi-Y 4. 



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DAVID CASSIDA — Kappa Hi-Y 1; 
Homeroom Vice-President 1 ; J.V . 
Football 2; Wrestling 2,4; French 
Club 2; Homeroom President 2; 
Monogram 3,4; D.E. Club 3,4, Vice- 
President 3, President 4; Homeroom 
President 4. 

ROBIN CLAIR — J.V. Cheerleader 
1,2, Manager 2; Delta Tri-Hi-Y I; 
Science Club 1 ; Literary Club 1 ; 
Homeroom President 2; Latin Club 
2; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; 4-H Club 2, 
Reporter 3; Cheerleader 3,4, Co-Cap- 
tain 3; S.C.A. Reporter 3; Beta Club 
3: Attended State S.C.A. Convention 
3; Attended Model General Assem- 
bly 3; Attended Girls" State 3; (On 
Governor's Cabinet and Clerk of the 
House); Art Editor of School Paper 
3; Magazine Staff 3; Annual Staff 
3,4, Co-Editor 4; Class Sportsman- 
ship Award 3: Class Ring Committee 
3; Monogram Club 3; Scepter Tri- 
Hi-Y, President 4; Football Home- 
coming Queen 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Tri-County S.C.A., Reporter 
4; Senior Class Secretary 4; Home- 
room Treasurer 4. 

JOY COLE — F.T.A., President 3; 
Spanish Club, Vice-President 3; 4-H 
Club 3; Dramatics Club 4; F.T.A. 
4; Music Club 4. 

TOMMY COPLEY — J.V. Basketball 
1; Band 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; 
Class Treasurer 2; Basketball 2,3,4; 
4H Club 3; S.C.A. 4. 

RITA CRAIG — May Day Princess 
1; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Ocean Bowl Prin- 
cess 2: (;lee Club 2,3; F.H.A. Club 
2,3,4, Treasurer 4; May Day Queen 3; 
D.E. Club 3,4. 

REGINA CROSS — F.H.A. 2; 4-H 3: 
Glee Club 3; D.E. Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
4; Pep Club 4. 

LOUIS DARDEN — Track 1,2,3,4; 
State Meet 1,3; J.V. Basketball 1; 
Varsity Basketball 2; Football 3,4; 
District Champion in Pole Vault 3; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4; D.E. 
Club 4. 

MICKEY DARDEN — Football 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 2,3; Band 1; Span- 
ish Club 2; Track 3; 4-H Club 3. 

PATRICIA DAVENPORT — Glee 
Club 1; F.H.A., Secretary 2; F.B.L.A. 
3; Science Secretary 3. 

JAN DAVIS — F.H.A. 3,4; 4-H Club 
3,4; Dramatics 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4; Pep Club 4. 



ROBERTA DAVIS — French Club. 
Secretary and Treasurer 3 ; T.H.A., 
Mot Outstanding Mendjer 3; Glee 
Club 3,4; Trinity Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer 
4; Homeroom Vice-President 4; Court 
Jesters' Dramatics Club, President 4. 

RUSSELL DAVIS — Science Club 2; 
4H Club 1,2,3; Hi-Y, President 4. 

ETHEL DesCHENE — Glee Club 
1.2,3; Dramatic Club 1; Latin Club 1; 
Class Secretary 2; (graduation Mar- 
shal 3; Operetta 1; Library 2,3, Sec- 
tary 2; Reporter 3. 

(;ENE DOZIER — 4-H Club L2,3,4. 

JOHN DRUMM — Football 1,2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 2.3,4; Spanish Club 
President 3: 4-H 3,4; Hi-Y 3-4. 

JOHN DUDLEY — 4-H Club 1,2,3; 
F.F.A. 1,2,3; Allied Youth 1,2,3; Stu- 
dent Council 3; (^lass President 3. 

TAVERLY DUKE — Band 1,2,3,4. 



WILBUR DUNCAN 

French Club 3. 



F.F.A. 1,2; 



HOWARD EASTWOOD — Wrestling 
2,3; Monogram 2,3; Tumbling 2; 
4-H Club 2,3; Glee Club 3; Baseball 
Manager 3. 



BILLIE 
Club 4. 



ENAX 



F.H.A. 1; D.E. 



ANNA BLAND FAISON — Literary 
Club J; Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, President 
2; J.V. Cheerleader 1,2, Co-Captain 
2; Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer I; 
French Club 2,3, Reporter 3; F.H.A. 
2; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; Trinity Tri- 
Hi-Y 4, Vice-President; Beta Club 3; 
National Honor Society 4; S.C.A. 3, 
Secretary 3; Cheerleader 3,4; 4-H 
(;iuh 3; Co-Editor of Newspaper 4; 
Monogram Club 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; 
M.G.A. 3. 

D0U(;LAS FARMER — Football 
2,3,4; Baseball 3; Varsity Club 3,4; 
Wrestling 4; Track 4. 

KENNETH FENTRESS — Science 
Club 1: 4-H Club 3,4. 

DUANE FLOWERS -- Science Club 
2; Tundiling Club 2; Alpha Tri- 
Hi-Y 3,4; Girls' Athletic Associa- 
tion 4. 

MARGARET FORBES — 4-H 3; 

Speech and Dramatics 3; Science Club 
1; French Club 3; F.H.A. 1,2; Girls' 
State 3; Pep Club 4; Nurses' Club 4. 



ROBERT FORBES — Spanish Club 
2.3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Boys' State 3. 

PHILLIP "PING" FOXWELL — 4.H 
Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y Club 3,4; Football 
3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Basketball 
4; D.E. Club 4. 

VIOLET FURLOUGH — 4-H Club 
1,2,3,4; French Club 2,3; S.C.A. 2; 
Delta Tri-Hi-Y 2; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; 
Glee Club 2. 

mar<;aret .(;allagher — 4.H 

Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3; F.B.L.A. 2. 

CHARLES GARDNER — Monogram 
Club 2,3; Track 2,3; Library Club 3. 

VERNON GARDNER — J.V. Foot- 
ball 1,2; 4-H Club 2; Kappa Hi-Y 
2.3; Tumbling Club 1; Baseball 2,3; 
(]lass Vice-President 3; Monogram 
Club 2,3: Football 3; Hi-Y 3; Semper 
Paratus Hi-Y 4; Varsity Club 4. 



JOE (;ates, jr. 

Intramurals 3. 



Science Club 1 ; 



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SHIRLEY GEARHEART — Gi 
Tumbling Club, Vice-President 1; 
French Club 2,3; Library Club 2,3,4, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; Alpha 
Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Quill and Scroll So- 
ciety 3,4. 

BETTY GILBERT— Basketball 1,2,3; 
F.H.A. Club 1,2,3, Vice-President; 
Monogram 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; 
Magazine Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 
1,2,3,4; (,irls' Athletic Club, President 
4; Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-President 4; Annual 
Staff 3. 

BARANDINA GREGORY — Dance 

Corps 2; S.C.A. 3; F.H.A. 3; Beta 3; 
Newspaper 3; National Honor Socii'ty 
4; 4-H Club 1,2,3. 

DONALD GREGORY — J.V. Foot- 
ball 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Football 2: 
Dramatics Club 2,3,4; District Play 
3; Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 4. 

HILDA (;UILL — F.T.A. 1,2, Trej,- 
urer 1, Vice-President 2; Spanish 
Club 3: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4; D.E. 
Club 4. 

BECKY HAMLIN — Debate Club 1; 
Photography Club 1; 4-H 1,2,3; Glee 
Club 1.2,3,4; F.T.A. 2; Alpha Tri- 
Hi-Y 3,4. 



JIMMY HARCUM - 
Track 1,2,3; 4H 1,2; 
Hi-Y 4. 



Football 1,3: 
D.E. Club 4; 



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JUANITA HARRIS — 4.H 1,2,3; 
Glee Club 1,3; F.B.L.A. 4. 

SUSANNE HARRELL — 4-H Club 
1,2,3,4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; F.B.L.A., 
Reporter 4. 

ROLAND HARRIS — Homeroom 
Treasurer 1; Kappa Hi-Y 1,2; S.C.A. 
1,4; J.V. Basketball 2; Tumbling 
Club 3; 4-H Club 3;. Homeroom 
Vice-President 4; Student Patrol Lieu- 
tenant 4. 

PAULINE HELVIN — Science 1; 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian; Glee Club 
2,3; Newspaper Staff 3; Safety Pa- 
trol 4. 

BARBARA HENLEY — F.H.A. 1,2; 
Receptionist 2,3; Student Patrol 3; 
Class Treasurer 1,2,3; Eti Biti Pie 
Club 3; Glee Club 3. 

CLARENCE HICKMAN — 4-H Club 
1; Hi-Y 1,2,4; D.E. 3,4; Science 
Club 1. 

DON HILLMAN — Radio Club 2; 
Violin Club 2; Projection Club 3,4; 
Hi-Y 4. 

BILLY HOLLAND — Science Club 
1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,3; Stu- 
dent Patrol, President 4; Student 
Council 4; Hi-Y 4. 

DALE HOLLIDAY — 4-H Club 1; 
Class President 1 ; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 2 ; Class Vice-President 3 ; F.H.A. 
2; Beta Club, Vice-President 2,3. 

ANNE HUDSON — 4-H Club 1,2,3; 
F.T.A. Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3; 
Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4; Student Patrol 
1.2; Library 1; Pep Club 4. 

JOHNNY HUFF — Student Patrol 
1,2,3; Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1; 
Tumbling Club 2; Band 1,2,3,4. 

SYLVIA HUGHES — Homeroom Sec- 
retary 1; F.T.A. 2; Spanish Club 3; 
F.B.L.A. 4. 

JOHN HUNNICUTT— Football 2,3,4; 
Baseball 3; Band 2,3; Freshman Play 
1; Junior Play 3; Varsity Club, Presi- 
dent 4; F.B.L.A. 3; 4.H Club 1,2; 
Monogram Club 3; Track 2; Basket- 
ball 3; Latin Club 1,2; Sophomore 
Play 2; Hi-Y 4; K.V.G. 2,3; French 
Club 3; Dramatics 3. 

PAT HURD — Athletic Clijb 1; 
French Club 1 ; Science Club 1 ; 
Music Club 1; Library Club 3; Tri- 
Hi-Y 4. 



KATHERYN HUTCHISON — J.V. 
Cheerleader 1,2, Manager 1 ; President 
of Homeroom 1; Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 
Treasurer 2; F.T.A. 1,2, President 2; 
Band 1; Sportsmanship Award 1: 
Vice-President of Homeroom 2; 4-H 
Club 2; Annual 3,4; Magazine Staff 
3,4; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Intramurals 3; Beta Club 
3; Basketball 3; D.E. Club, Secretary 
4; Senior Representative Homecom- 
ing 4; National Honor Society 4. 

JIMMY IVES — Science Club 1; 
Football 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 
4-H Club 3; D.E. Club 4. 

SHIRLEY JACKINS — Delta Tri- 
Hi-Y 1,2; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; 4-H 
Club 1,2,3; Reporter 2; Intramurals 
2; S.C.A. 1,2; Homeroom Treasurer 
2; CArh' Athletic Club 4; Coronet 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

BARBARA JAMES — Transfer. 

ERMA LOU JONES — 4-H 1,2,3, 
Secretary 3; Allied Youth 1,2,3; Class 
President 2; Student Council 2; Class 
Reporter 3; Spanish 3; F.B.L. 4; 
Library Club 4. 

ERNESTINE "TEENY" JONES— 4-H 
Club 1,2,3; Photography Club 1: 
Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Vice-President 2; 
Attendant Bowl Game 2; F.H.A. 2,3, 
Vice-President 3; Spanish Club 3; 
Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,4; 
Co-Editor Magazine 4; Class Treas- 
urer 2; Class Reporter 3; Monogram 
Club 2,3; Coronet Tri-Hi-Y, President 
4; Athletic Club 4. 

HERMAN JURGENSEN — Athletic 
Club 2; Science Club 2; Baseball 3; 
Camera Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4. 

PETE KASITCH — Science Club 1; 
French Club 2; D.E. Club 2,4; Wres- 
tling 3; Varsity Club 4. 

JOSEPH KEY — 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 
Allied Youth 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-President 3; Band 1,2,3; Basket- 
ball 2; Baseball 3; Boys' State 3; 
State F.F.A. Band. 

JEANETTE KRAHENBILL — F.T.A. 
2; F.H.A. 2; 4-H Club 3; Alpha Tri- 
Hi-Y 3; Royal Jesters' Dramatics 4; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

JOHN LANCASTER — Band 1,2,3,4. 

JOHN LANE — S.C.A. 1,2,3; Spanish 
Club 1,2, President 2; D.E. Club 3. 



PAT LAMPPIN — Music Club, Vice- 
President 1; Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary 2; 
Sophomore Play; F.T.A., Secretary 3; 
Trinity Tri-Hi-Y, Co-Chaplain 4; Fu- 
ture Nurses Club, President 4. 

LESLIE LARKIN — J.V. Football 1; 
Tumbling Club 1,2; Kappa Hi-Y 1,2; 
Varsity Wrestling 3,4; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3,4; French Club 3; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Hi-Y 4, Secretary; Varsity 
Clul), Sergeant-at-Arms 4. 

MARY ELIZABETH LEITCH — 4H 

Club 1; Pep Club 2; Library 3. 

ANNE LINDSEY — Majorette 1,2,3 
Band 1,2,3; 4-H 1,2,3; Reporter 3 
Allied Youth 2,3; Spanish Club 3 
F.H.A. 1,2; S.C.A., Vice-President 3 
Cheerleader 3; Basketball 2. 

BARBARA ANNE LUPO — Library 
Club 3; Newspaper Staff 3; Spanish 
Club 2; FH.A. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Allied 
Youth 1; 4-H 1. 

DAWN McCLANAN — 4-H 1,2,3,4; 
D.E. Club 3,4; Manager Basketball 3; 
F.H.A. 1,2. 

HOWARD LEE McCUISTON— F.F.A. 

1,2,3, Secretary 2; Football 2; Pep 
Club 4; Dramatic Club 4. 

IDA FAYE McMATH — Transfer 
from Japan — Sophomore year; Dra- 
matics Club 2; Delta Tri-Hi-Y 2; 
Sportsmanship Award 2; French 
Club 2,3,4; 4-H 2,3, Reporter 3; 
Varsity Basketball 3; Model General 
Assembly 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Monogram 3; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4, President; Girls' 
.Athletic Club 4, Vice-President; 
S.C.A. 4, Secretary. 

BOB MARSH — Science Club 1,2; 
Class Basketball 1,2,3; Homeroom 
Treasurer 2; Hi-Y 4; Patrol Club 4. 

BARBARA MASON — French Club 
1,2,3, Secretary 2; F.B.L.A. 3,4, His- 
torian 3, President 4; Scepter Tri- 
Hi-Y 4. 

DOT MEEKS — Majorette 1,2; Glee 
Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 2,3; 
Dramatics 3; Monogram 3; Cheer- 
leader 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Girls' Athletic 
Club 4. 

(;AIL MONROE — G.A.A. 1,3; Dra- 
niali(s Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

MELVIN MOORE — 4-H 1; Football 
2,3; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 3; 
F.F.A. 3; D.E. Club 4; Hi-Y 4. 



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CLAUDINE MORRIS — Transfer; 
Business Club 1; Chorus Club 1; 
F.B.L.A. Club 3. 

HARRY MOTE — Band 1; Sports- 
manship Award 1 ; J.V. Basketball 
1,2; Baseball Manager 1; President 
Homeroom 1; Kappa Hi-Y 1,2, Viee- 
President 1, Treasurer 2; Monogram 
Club 2,3,4; S.C.A. 3,4; Hi-Y 3; Beta 
Club, Vice-President 3; D.E. Club 
3,4, Parliamentarian 3, Vice-President 
4; Varsity Club 4. 



JUNE EVELYN MYERS 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 



Theta 



GENE NEWMAN — Student Patrol 
1; Biology Club 2; Varsity Football 
2,3; Science Fair 2,3; District Play 
3; 4-H 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; 
Aviation Club 4. 

MARY CLAY NICHOLS — F.T.A. 
President 1 ; Vice-President of Home- 
room 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Historian 3, 
President 4; Student Council 2,3,4. 
Treasurer 3, President 4; Attendant 
Turkey Bowl 2; French Club 2,3, 
President 3, Secretary 2; 4-H, Re- 
porter 3; Beta Club 3; Most Out- 
standing Junior; Attendant May 
Court 3; Class Secretary 3; Cheer- 
leader Manager 3; Co-Editor of 
"Court Jester" 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
School and District Public Speaking 
Contest Winner 3 ; State Winner of 
"Voice of Democracy" Contest 1954; 
National Honor Society, Reporter 4. 

DOROTHY NIXON — 4.H 1,2,3 
Dramatic Club 1,2,3, Secretary 3 
F.H.A. 1,2,3, Reporter 3; Band 2,3 
Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2 
Allied Youth 1; Newspaper Staff 3,4 
Activities Editor 4; Annual Staff 4 
(;iee Club 1; Forensic Meet 2; Theta 
Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary 4; Girls' Athletic 
Association, Reporter 4; Monogram 
2,3, Reporter 3. 

PE(,GY OLDAK.ER — Glee Club 1; 
F.H.A. 1,2. 

BILLY OLIVER — 4H 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
President 3 ; P.A. County 4-H Coun« 
cil. President 3,4; kappa Hi-Y 2,3. 

SANDRA OLSON — Glee Club 2; 
4-H 3; French Club 3; Band 3,4; 
Aviation Club 4; Chess and Checkers 
Club 4. 

JACK OGLESBY— Spanish Club 2,3; 
Debate Club 4. 



JAMES OGLESBY — Spanish Club 

2.3; 4-H 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Boys' 

State Delegate 3; Photography Club, 
Vice-President 4. 

CLARK PACE — Student Patrol 2; 
Wrestling 2,3,4: Monogram Club 4; 
Chess and Checkers Club 4. 

LILLIAN PARSONS — Band 1,2,4; 
4-H 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Alpha 
Tri-Hi-Y 3; Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; S.C.A. 
2; F.H.A. 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y,. His- 
torian 4. 

CALEB PHELPS — Science Club 1; 
Student Patrol 1,2,3; Tumbling Club 
2; D.E. Club 4. 

CAROL PINER — Tumbling 2; Beta 
Club 3; Dramatics Club 3. 

LEON PIPER — J.V. Football 1,2; 
Varsity Football 3; Monogram 3; 
Library Club, Vice-President 3; Pep 
Club 4. 

RICHARD READER — Student Pa- 
trol 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; 4-H 4; 
F.T..A. 4; Dramatics Club 3. 

BUDDY REDFEARN — 4-H Club 

1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Spanish 
Club 2,3; Class President 3; Hi-Y 4; 
Wrestling 4. 

LUTHER RICHARDSON— Hot Rod 

Club; School Spirit Clul). 

MARTHA SUE RIGGS — F.H.A. 1,2; 
4-H Club 2; Class Secretary 2; Glee 
Club, President 2, Librarian 3; Dance 
Corps 2; Varsity Basketball 3; French 
Club, Vice-President 3. 

ISABEL ROBERTSON — Science 
Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2; Girls' Tumbling 
Club 1,2; 4-H 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary 2; 
F.B.L.A. 2,3. 

ROBERT CLAY SAUNDERS, JR. — 
Football, J.V. 1; Football 2,3,4, Co- 
Captain 4; Basketball. J.V. 1; Basket- 
ball 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Track 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball 4; 4-H Club 1,3; Varsity 
Club 2,3,4. 

PEGGY WENGER SATTLETHIGHT 
— S.C.A. 1; Photography Club 1; 
Homeroom President 2; 4-H Club 3; 
Photography Club 2; Senior Tri- 
Hi-Y 4. 



LUTHER SENTER — Homeroom 
President 1 ; Science Club 1 ; J.V. 
Football 2; Hi-Y 3; Wrestling 3,4; 
President of Senior Class 4; Varsity 
Club 4; Newspaper 4. 

SHIRLEY SCOTT — Operetta 1 
Beta Club 3 ; Newspaper Staff 3 
(Jlee Club 1,2,3; Dance Corps 2,3 
National Honor Society 4. 

SANDRA SHIRLEY — Library Staff 
1: Jr. Red Cross 1; F.H.A. 1; Pep 
Club 1; S.C.A. 1,2; Secretary Sopho- 
more Class 2; Band 2; Jr. Executive 
Committee 3; Jr. Prom Committee 3; 
National Honor Society 3,4, Vice- 
President 4; Scepter Tri-Hi-Y 4; 
Transfer from Norview High. 



ALITA SNYDER — Glee Club 2; 
Homeroom Secretary 1; 4-H Club 3; 
F.H.A. 1; F.B.L.A. 2, Secretary 1. 

JEANETTE SPAIN — Allied Youth 
1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; 
Glee Club 3,4, Song Leader 1 ; Cheer- 
leader 3. 

FRANCES SPEIGHT — J.V. Cheer- 
leader 1; 4-H ('lub 1,3, Secretary 3; 
Dance Corps 2; F.H.A. 2,3, President 
3; Varsity Basketball 2,3; Glee Club 
2,3; Cheerleader 3,4, Co-Captain 4; 
S.C.A. Secretary 3 ; Monogram Club 
3,4; Class Vice-President 3; News- 
paper Staff 3. 



LOUIS SPIVEY 
Club 4. 



Baseball 3; D.E. 



MARGIE SPIVEY — 4-H Club 1,2,3 
Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Literary Club 2 
Intramurals 3; F.B.L.A. 1, Treasurer 3 
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3; Theta Tri-Hi-Y 4 
Basketball Squad 2,3,4; Monogram 
3,4; Girls' Athletic Club 4. 

HENRY SPOOLMAN — Kappa Hi-Y 
1,2,3; D.E. Club 2,4, Treasurer 3. 

NANCY STEVENS — Dramatics Club 
1; Glee Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 4. Trans- 
fer from Northwestern High. 

ROBERT WALTER STRANGE— 4-H 

1,2; Library Club 1; Varsity Foot- 
ball 2. 

ANN STUTZ— Latin Club 1; Library 
Club 2, Chaplain 2; French Club 2, 
President 4, 



ROBERT TAYLOR 

Club 3. 



4-H 



D.E. 



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JEAN THOMAS 
1.2.3: 4-H 2.3.4. 



-Tumbling 1 : F.T.A. 



RAYMOND TICE — Patrol 1.2,3.4; 
4-H 1^; Aviation 3.4. Sergeant at 
Arm!' 3.4: Wre?t4ing Team 2. 



MARSHALL TOLLEN 
Y 1; French Club 3. 



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BETTY TURNER — Delta Tri-Hi-Y 
1.2. Secretary 2: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

DOUGLAS T\riDDY — Wrestling 
1,3: Football 3: Baseball 3: Mono- 
gram Club 3.4: 4-H 3.4: Pep Cliih 
1.4: Chorus 2.4: Class President 1: 
Homeroom President 4: Class Treas- 
urer 2: Tumbling Club 1^,3: Hi-Y 
3.4: Sigma Phi-Hi-Y. Vice-President 4. 

GROVER TWIDDY — Tumbling 
1.2.3: Pep Club 1: Wrestling 2.3.4: 
4-H 3: Monogram 1.3.4: Football 1: 
S.C.-A. 1: Homeroom Secretary 4; 
"B" Glee Club President 4. 

CARLISLE VAIDEN — Hi-Y 4. 



LARRY VALENTINE— Kappa Hi-Y 
U. President 1: Hi-Y 3,4. President 
4: Beta Club 3: Newspaper Staff 3: 
Quill and Scroll 3.4; Co-Editor of 
Annual 4: Cla?s ^ ice-President 4: 
National Honor Society 4. 

LOUISA "TONr VERA — Class 
Treasurer 3; 4-H 3. Song Leader; Al- 
pha Tri- Hi-Y' 3. Chaplain : Variety 
Show 2.3 : Intramurals 3 ; Girls' Horse- 
shoe Champion 3; News Editor for 
"The Page" 4: Glee Club President 
4: S.C.A. 3,4, Reporter 4; Delegate 
to Miller-Rhoads Convention 4; 
Homeroom Treasurer 4: Senior Class 
Treasurer: Dramatics Club 4, Secre- 
tary: Trinity Tri-Hi-Y 4, Secretary; 
Magazine Staff 4. 

BETTY WAFF — F.T.A. 1,2 ; TM.A. 
2; F.B.L.A. 3.4; Pep Club 4. 

FLOYD WATERFIELD. JR.— F.F.A. 
1,2,3.4, Treasurer 3. President 4; 4-H 
1,2.3.4: Allied Youth 1,2,3,4. 

GERALDLNE WHALEY — Nurses' 
Club 1: Delta Tri-Hi-Y U, Vice- 
President 2: Photography Club, Vice- 
President 2: Homeroom President 2: 
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3: F.H.A. 3,4: Class 
Secretarv 4: Theta Tri-Hi-Y' 4. 



ROBERTA REA WHITTON — Sci- 
ence Club 1: Debate Club 1,2; 4-H 
1.2.3: Delta Tri-Hi-Y 1^!, Chaplain 
1. Program Chairman 2: Class Secre- 
tary 2: Ba?kelbali 2: Beta Club 2.3; 
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y 3 ; New spaper Staff 
3: Secretary of National Honor So- 
cielv 4: Homeroom Secretary 4: 
Trinity Tri-Hi-\. Historian 4: Co- 
Editor of Newspaper 4: Monogram 
2.3. 

VrV'LAN WIDGEON — Jr. Varsity 
Cheerleader 1: 4-H 1.2.3: Glee Club 
3; F.B.L..A. 4: Pep Club 4. 

JOHN W. WILSON — Science 2.3 
Band 1.2: Library Club 2.3: 4-H 2.3 
Latin Club 2; J.V. Ba.-ketball 1 
Hi-Y 4: D.E. Club 4: Ba^ketbalI 2. 

GLORIA WINSLOW — F.T.A. 1,2,3, 
Reporter 2; Variety Show 2,3: .Alpha 
Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4: French Club 3,4. 



HARLAN WOOD — 4-H 2,3,4, Vice- 
President 3. Reporter 4: Spanish Club 
2,3. Vice-President 2. President 3; 
Beta Club 3: Newspaper Editor 3; 
National Honor Society, Parliamen- 
tarian 4. 



LAFAYETTE WHITEHURST — Beta 
Club 3, D.E. Club 4: National Honor 
Societv 4. 



.^inta n later 



I 

Princess Anne Hi^h School, most 

beloved one of all. 
Thv sons and daughters listen to thy call. 
And each shall cherish a fond ruemory. 
And each shall pledge his faith everlastingly: 
All hail to thee. Oh, Alma Mater, 
And praises be. Oh. Alma Malet. 
To us you'll be. Oh. Alma Mater, 
High School of our hearts. 



II 

Our Alma Mater, the dearest to our 

hearts, 
I knoic that someday you and I must 

part. 
I ntil that time, believe my love is true. 
And know there's nothing for you I 

wouldn't do: 
'^':y ha'-oiced icalls to me hold glory. 
You should go d'lun in history. 
Because you bear the name of Princess 

Anne 
To us you're royalty. 



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OCEANA, VIRGINIA 

Phone 825 


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31st Street Extended 
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161 



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162 



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General Merchandise 
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Phone 182 



BUDDY'S PLACE 

Fresh Oysters 
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OCEANA, VA. 



Phone 797 



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17th Street 
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23rd Street 
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Prescription Druggist 

Atlantic Avenue 
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Esso Service Station 

OCEANA. VA. 



Phone V.B. 725 



Ci)ngraliilalii>ns 
Seniors 

GOLF RANCH MOTEL 

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VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 

Phone V.B. 2684 



Complirncnls oj 

GIBBS CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY 

OCEANA, VA. 



L. C. HODGES 
Texaco Service Station 

LYNNHAVEN, VA. 



Compliments 
of 

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CO. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



Phone V.B. 14 



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Norfolk: MA 2-1531 



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Compliments of 

C. E. HARRIS 



UPHOLSTERY 



LONDON BRIDGE, VIRGINIA 



Congratulations 
Seniors 

VA. JALOUSIE CORP. 

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



Phone V.B. 2262 



CIOLA'S RESTAURANT 

Banqlet Room 
30 to 150 Persons 

Virginia Beach Blvd. 
OCEANA, VA. 

Phone V.B. 771 



167 



Congratulations to 
The Prince*? A>>e Colnty Officials 

FRED A. HAYCOX CO.. Inc. 

Our Compliments to a If onderful School 



It Wa? Our Pleasure to Do All of the 
Concrete Construction, and Asphalt Roads and Sidewalks 



C. F. KADAS 
IRON ^ ORKS 

OCE.AJSA. VA. 



Compliments 
of 

HARRELL^S 
PHARMACY 



J A R D • S 

isvt a-mekicv 

a wondeeful 

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OCEANA OIL COMPA>T 

Elsso Distributor 
Fuel Oil — Kerosene 

OCEANA. VA. 

Phone ^445 



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Compliments 

of 
A Friend 

JOHN M. KESLER 


Compliments 

LITTLE CREEK 
CITY SERVICE 




KAUFFMANN'S 
SANDWICH SHOP 

17th Street 
VA. BEACH, VIRGINIA 


Compliments of 

NIXON ELECTRIC 

Electrical Contractors 

Commercial - Industrial 
Residential - Wiring 

606 - 17tli Street 
VA. BEACH, VIRGINIA 




LYNNHAVEN PRESS 

Commercial Printers 

Earl W. McCabe 

LYNNHAVEN, VIRGINIA 


OCEANA FEED and 
HARDWARE CO., Inc. 

Agents for Shernin-Williams Paints 
Building Supplies — Poultry Supplies 

OCEANA, VIRGINIA 

Phone 546 




Congratulations. Seniors 

OCEANA BARBER SHOP 

E. R. Meeks, Proprietor 
OCEANA, VA. 


Compliments 

of 

RICE'S 
FASHION CENTER 





169 



OCEA>A CLEA>ERS 

Cleaning - Pressing 
Laundry - Dyeing 

Va. Beach Boulevard 
OCEANA. VA. 

Fr.a^>CIS J. Geiger. Proprietor 



P0\^ ELL'S CONFECTIONERY 

Sealtest Ice Cream 

Whitman's Caxdt 

Cosmetics — Mediclne 

OCEANA. VIRGENU 



WILLIAMS 
DRIVE-IN and AIOTEL 



Welcome 

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OCEANA. VA. 



Phone 2512 



STEPHEN' S CLOTH CENTER 

The Friendly Dept. Store 
Patterns — Dress Materlvls 

Va. Beach Boulevard 
OCEANA. VA. 

Phone 2256 



Compliments of 

TAYLOR UPHOLSTERY 

821 - ITth Street 
VA. BEACH. VA. 



T I D E \^ A T E R 
PAVING CO. 

Concrete and Asphalt Paving 
6026 Va. Beach Boulevard 

Phone 4-TQ24 



Con grata latiuns to the 

First Senior Class. Especially 

SalltI 

BAINE'S GROCERY 

Great Neck Road 



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Compliments 
of 

EVERETT-JORDAN 
MOTOR CO. 

VA. BEACH, VIRGINIA 


FUEL, FEED and BUILDING 
SUPPLIES CORP. 

All Departments on 

19th and Pacific 

VA. BEACH, VIRGINIA 


Two Convenient Locntions 

21st Street 

WARDS CORNER 


Congratulations 
SENIORS! 

CROCKIN - LEVY 


FLOWER FASHIONS 

OCEANA, VIRGINIA 
Francis Taylor, Ouncr 

Phone 1143 


Compliments 
of 

THE FAMOUS, JR. 

NORFOLK, VA. 



171 




"I bought a camera today, Cathy, "Our fiT>l year with the telephone 
to take along on our vacation." company has been such fun." 




"And now we're getting a vacation "Let's tell our graduating friends 
with pay . . . it's good to count to find out all about well-paying, 
on that nice check every week." interesting telephone jobs." 



The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company 
/jr/ of Virginia 




172 



PRINCESS ANNE 
SODA SHOP 

Across from Princess Anne Courthouse 

Ouned and Operated by 
Mrs. Ethel Simons 


Compliments of 
A Friend 

JOHN L. FISK 




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of 

A & B 
BARBECUE 


Compliments of 

HAROLD CAMPBELL 
PRINCESS ANNE MOTEL 

Route 1, Box 559 
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 




Compliments of 

BENNIE'S 
SERVICE STATION 


LO 3-0079 LO 34058 
Business Phone Residence Phone 

EDDIE'S AUTO SERVICE 

1646 Ocean Park Road 

( Robbing Corner ) 
BAYSIDE, VIRGINIA 

Repairs ■ Painting ■ Body and Fender Work 
Wheel Alignment and Balancing 

24 Hour Wrecker Service 
State Inspection Station 




Compliments of 

VIRGINIA 
GIFT SHOP 


Compliments of 

BRUCE-FLOURNOY 

TRACTOR and EQUIPMENT 

CORP. 

R.F.D. 4 

Military Highway at Providence Road 

NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

Phone: KI 5-3807 





173 



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W. C. SAUNDERS 



Rings 



Caps 



Gowns 



Invitations and Calling Cards 




174 



BONNEY'S 
AMOCO SERVICE 



Pick-Up and 
Delivery Service 



Phone: LO 5-0241 



KEMPSVILLE, VIRGINIA 



THE BEAUTY BOX 



A BEAUTY SERVICE THAT WILL PLEASE YOU 







\ ,„ ....iiil-J 



LOUISE P. RAY 

Owner 



OCEANA, VIRGINIA 



Phone: VA. BEACH 3784 



175 



ROGER'S JEWEL BOX 




Located at Robbins Corner. Ocean Park and Water Works Road 




BAYSIDE, VA. 




LEADING BRANDS SERVICES 




^ althani batches Jewelry Repairing 




Seth Thomas Clocks Stones and Diamonds 




^ allets Rings Repaired 




Compacts Ring Sizing 




Ronson Lighters Mountings Repaired 




Speidel Watchbands <iPFri4T 
Gemex \^ atchbands liberal Trade-in 
Costume Jewelry on Your Watch 




Rings Regardless of Condition 




Compliments of 






GROWERS EXCHANGE 


CAMP FURNITURE 




14th Louisa Street 


AT HILLTOP 




NORFOLK. VA. 






Call 


Com.plim.ents of 




LINDSLEY OIL CO. 


ADAMS BROTHERS 




Day and Night 


PLUMBL\G 




VA. BEACH NORFOLK 


VA. BEACH, VA. 




205 MA 2-6773 







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177 



J. U. Addenbrook's 
Sons, Inc. 

Septic Tanks 
Seivage Treatment Plants 

119 West 25th Street 
NORFOLK, VA. 


Bruce-Flournoy Tractor 
and Equipment Co. 

R.F.D. 4, Military Highway 

at Providence Road 

NORFOLK, VA. 

Phone: KI 5-3807 


POWELL-McCLELLAN 
LUMBER CO. 

3200 Lafayette Road 
NORFOLK, VA. 

762 Little Creek Road MA 2-2386 
MA 2-9077 JU 7-0991 

Lumber That Lasts 


Compliments oj 

BRYANT REALTY CO. 

2000 Center Avenue 
Phone: LO 3-7411 


FRANK R. FORD 

Jewelers and Silversmiths 
229 GRANBY STREET NORFOLK, VA. 


Compliments of 

BOYD-BLUFORD 
CIGAR CO. 

"School Supplies and Candies" 


Sportswear Rose Marie Reid 

Bathing Suits 

BLACK'S 

of 

Chesapeake Beach 

Shirt Queen Jay Ray 

Originals 



178 



London Bridge Supply Co. 

DuPont Paints 
Hardware - Building Supplies 
Rubberoid Roofing and Siding 

LONDON BRIDGE, VA. 

Phone : Virginia Beach 2477 



J . W. WEST 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE 



Phone: Princess Anne 247 



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BEL AIRE MOTEL 



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