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PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS 

HAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL 

HAMPTON VIRGINIA 






IN THE HALLS . . . just gossipin’ 


HARD AT WORK . . . the art pupils whippin' up new masterpieces 
. . . (below) just countin' the days till June . . . and freedom. 


STAR GAZING . . . that unforgettable 
meeting with Jeff Chandler. 


Student 



' 51— '52 



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"HERE'S TO HAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL . . . here's to H. H. S." 
. . . here's to the years that passed too quickly . . . here's to the memories 
of those years which will stay with us always . . . here's to the spirit of 
school life found in our Alma Mater and captured in these pages as a 
reminder of the most wonderful year of all, our senior year, 1 952. 



JbexUcxitU^i 

REVEALING INFINITE PATIENCE 
AND UNDERSTANDING in all our prob- 
lems . . . possessing a sincere interest in 
everything we undertake . . . sharing our 
joys in each completed task . . . these are 
the qualities which have endeared you to 
Hampton High School. We, the class of 
1952, consider it a special privilege to 
dedicate our KRABBA to you, Platt Ash- 
ley Pearsall. 


MR. PLATT A. PEARSALL 






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to <fuiae 



MRS. HAROLD L. RUGGLES ... our EDWARD C. GRIMMER ... our assis- C. ALTON LINDSAY ... our superinten- 
dean of girls. fant principal. dent of schools. 




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and teach 




ENGLISH taught by us . . . Miss Rowe, Miss Boyenton . . . head of 
the department . . . Mrs. Watson, Miss Gude, (standing) Mr. Carr, 
Mr. DeMayo „ . . speech and dramatics . . . and Mr. Hileman . . . jour- 
nalism. (below) 2 & 2 — 4 say the math teachers . . . Mrs. Baird, Mrs. 
Parrish . . . head of the department . . . Miss Youngs, (standing) Mr. 
Lawrence, Mr. Bailey, and Mr. Mahler. 


RODERICK J. BRITTON ... our director 
of education. 


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SOCIAL STUDIES classes in- 
structed by . . . Miss Lane, Miss 
Spratley . . . head of the de- 
partment . . . Mrs. Yeates, 
(standing) Mr. Szetela, and 
Mr. Smith. 


BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, AND 
PHYSICS through the courtesy 
of . . . Miss Oliver, Mrs. 
Thomas, Miss Bullly . . . head 
of the science department . . . 
Mr. Pearsall, and Mrs. Wilson. 


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FRENCH, SPANISH, OR 
LATIN? . . . take your pick . . . 
Mr. Topping, Miss Ham 
(seated), and Miss Patterson. 


COMMERCIAL students are 
well guided by . . . Mrs. Wal- 
lio, M rs. Clift (stand ing), and 
Miss West. 


INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION de- 
partment conducted by . . . Mr. 
Ruggles, Mr. Robbins, Mr. Fair- 
field (standing), Mr. Machen, 
head of department, and Mr. 
Gibson. 


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MOLDING MUSCLES . . . Miss 
Allen, Miss Lanier, (standing) 
Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Anas- 
tasio. 


MRS. HUTTON . . . choir instructor . . . Mrs. Van 
Buren . . . band director . . . (standing) Miss 
Clynes ... art instructor ... and Mrs. Honeycutt 
. . . home economics teacher. 


FACULTY MARCHING BAND . . . during one of 
their rare public appearances. 





PRESIDENT . . . Herbert Hobbs. 

VICE PRESIDENT . . . Johnny Becouvarackis. 
SECRETARY . . . Mary Ellen Fekas. 
TREASURER . . . Jane Johnson. 


GIgM. O^icebl 


MOTTO . . . Completus Tamen Incipiens. 
FLOWER ... Red Rose. 

COLORS . . . Red and White. 


INVITATION COMMITTEE . . . Frances Albers, chairman 
. . . Pat Irwin, Barbara Rogers, Connie Sanders, Gerry Luck, 
Jean Outten, and Lola Jones 


DECORATIONS COMMITTEE . . . Rita Engleburt, chairman 
. . . Bob Lester, Bob Smith, Carleton Jones, Gail Patrick, 
Patsy Diggs, Sylvia Smith, Ellen Speegle, and Tommy Thomp- 
son. 


CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE . . . Sidney Spencer, chair- 
man . . . Claire Pinkerton, Carolyn Bovey, Billy Britton, Kay 
Seyffert, Bob Clark, Betty Marple, Pat Calloway, Dick Co- 
lonna, and Hop Graham. 





ROW I: 

FRANCES BELLE ALBERS . . . Fran . . . 

party girl . . . enjoys dates, swim- 
ming, and boys . . . handy on the 
dance floor. 


ROW 2: 

PEGGY ANNE BALDWIN ... Peg likes 
Louis Armstrong records, B&M dogs 
and limeades ... we love those 
parties . . . imported from Canada 
. . . our KRABBA Editor-in-Chief. 


ROW 3: 

JOHNNY BECOUVARAKIS . . . "Bee" 
. . . just adores sports . . . demon on 
the basketball court . . . holds his 
own with any six-foot-two . . . swell 
guy. 


MARGARET VESPER ALCOTT ... re- 
liable . . . dislikes people who brag 
. . . loves playing piano, eating . . . 
fine addition to the business world. 


BARBARA DALE BALL . . . quite a cut-up 
. . . seen always with Richard . . . 
dislikes rainy weather . . . loves just 
having fun. 


DOROTHY MARIE BEGGERLY ... Dot 

is quite the sports fan . . . loathes 
a gossip . . . collects pictures . . . 
plans to be a typist. 


FRANCES LORRAINE ANTHONY . . . 

"Rainey" . . . tall, good lookinq . . . 
dislikes exams, homework, Monday 
mornings . . . she's Alabamy bound. 


BARBARA LUCILLE BARNETT . . . talk- 
ative Barb . . . likes dating, popular 
music, and friendly people ... fu- 
ture in the shipyards. 


ROBERT LANE BINDA . . . Bobby . . . 
proud of his big car ... a qood 
friend . . . aspires to become a pain- 
less dentist . . . and retire. 


MELBA JEAN AYCOCK . . . loves a 
good time . . . when not sleeping, 
likes to skate . . . fancies herself an 
old maid. 


BEVERLY KAY BARTLETT . . . Toots . . . 
easy to please . . . loves collecting 
records . . . spends leisure time writ- 
ing letters ... to whom? 


RICHARD EUGENE BLANCHARD . . . 

Dick . . . liked by all . . . has na- 
tural and unaffected manner . . . 
good all-around fellow ... to know 
him is to like him. 





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1952 


ROW I: 

FREDERICK LAFON BOARD . . . Fred- 
die . . . lends his car and services 
often to the cheerleaders . . . likes 
to sleep . . . good ole guy. 


ROW 2: 

CAROLYN ELIZABETH BOVEY . . . 

"Bobo" . . . our little gal with the 
nimble fingers . . . what will we do 
without her? . . . success assured. 


ROW 3: 

WILLIAM CHAPMAN BRITTON . . . 

Billy . . . spends most of his time 
reading . . . good student . . . en- 
joys good novels . . . sure to suc- 
ceed. 


PATRICIA ANN BOGGS . . . Patsy . . . 
quiet, sometimes . . . very attractive 
clothes . . . can't wait to finish Span- 
ish ... a wonderful friend. 


JAMES HARWELL BOWEN . . . "Jimbo" 
. . . whiz on the courts . . . prime in- 
terest is (naturally) basketball . . . 
great boy . . . liked by everyone. 


HERMAN WALLACE BROWN, JR. . . . 

"Bunny" . . . dependable . . . never 
gets angry . . . likes typing and vo- 
cal .. . friend of all. 


DONALD LEE BOLES . . . "Pinky" . . . 
likes girls and good thinqs to eat 
. . . can't be bothered with home- 
work . . . hangs out at the May- 
flower . . . lots of fun. 


ARINTHIA ANN BRADSHAW . . . stu- 
dious Ann . . . has beautiful black 
hair . . . sweet personality . . . likes 
music and boys . . . will make a fine 
secretary. 


RUTH ANNE BRUCE . . . "Brucie" . . . 
long natural curls . . . often heard to 
exclaim, "Caesar's ghost!" . . . plans 
to become a nurse. 


JACK CARSON BOONE . . . "Punk" 

. . . can't decide whether to walk 
on his hands or feet . . . qood na- 
tured . . . star on the football field. 


AUDREY MARIE BRENNAN . . . Aud 

. . . out-of-doors girl . . . loves ani- 
mals . . . has a good word for all 
. . . will make a grand nurse. 


SHIRLEY LOUISE BURKE . . . lots of fun 
. . . well liked . . . never seems to 
have enouqh time to eat lunch . . . 
W.&M. ahead. 


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ROW I: 

CLYDE WALTER BURLESON ... Tex 

. . . loves Texas . . . defies anyone 
to say it isn't the best place in the 
world . . . quite a magician . . . 
wants to go to West Point. 

ROBERT GREER BURRISS, JR. . . . pri- 
mary interest: cars . . . likes girls, 
physics, A Cappella Choir . . . hates 
Spanish, nagging teachers . . . fu- 
ture includes VPI. 

ROSE ALLEN BURRUS . . . Rosie . . . 
likes hamburgs and chocolate shakes 
. . . collects photographs . . . can't 
stand snobbish people . . . plans for 
a job as a secretary. 

PATRICIA JACQUELINE CALLOWAY 

. . . vivacious Pat . . . real Southern 
Belle . . . loves fried chicken, South- 
ern style that is . . . shines on any 
dance floor ... a future Florence 
Nightingale. 


ROW 2: 

DORIS MARIE CARLI . . . likes Phoebus 
. . . can't decide between Jeff 
Chandler and Norman . . . usually to 
be found at the Lee Theater or the 
Chamberlain . . . thinks school hours 
are too long. 

MARIE BERNADETTE CARINE . . . quiet 
sweet way about her . . . good de- 
pendable worker . . . likes holidays, 
boys, eating . . . will enter Riverside 
School of Nursing. 

ELVIN RAY CARPENTER ... an expert 
at art work . . . found sleeping when 
not at work on his sign painting . . . 
likes sports . . . headed for N.A.C.A. 
Apprentice School. 

JOHN RANDOLPH CARR, JR. . . . 

Bubba . . . enjoys sports, people, eat- 
ing . . . capable president of the 
S.C.A. . . . dislikes math in any 
shape or form . . . he’ll be missed by 
many. 


ROW 3: 

ANN MARLENE CARTER . . . likes 
dancing, classical music, steaks, and 
Mario Lanza . . . dislikes hill billy 
music . . . aspires to be a writer. 


KATIE JEAN CARTER . . . Jean . . . full 
o' pep . . . always smilin' . . . gig- 
gling all the time . . . happy little 
cheerleader . . . waits only for John. 


ROBERT GORDON CLARK ... Bob . . . 

set in his ways . . . usually seen with 
Ellen . . . quiet, at times . . . will 
follow Clark tradition and enter Wil- 
liam and Mary in the fall. 

EVELYN KAY CLEMENS . . . proof that 
good things do come in small pack- 
ages . . . quiet, but not bashful . . . 
likes H.H.S. . . . plans to enter Civil 
Service work. 


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ROW I: 

DORIS FRANCES CLONTZ . . . "Clancy" 
... a real commercial student . . . 
likes typing, shorthand . . . dislikes 
homework . . . will enter business 
world after graduation. 

RICHARD ALONZA COLONNA . . . 

usually found eating or sleeping . . . 
hates getting up in the morning . . . 
has a good time wherever he goes. 


WILLIAM H. COLONNA, JR. . . . an 

all-round good fellow . . . has quite 
a dislike for conceited people and 
homework . . . will be Hampton's 
loss, VPI's gain. 

WILBUR THOMAS COVINGTON . . . 

shutter-bug . . . "Red" . . . big 
bruising tackle . . . hopes to go to 
college if his Uncle Sam doesn't get 
him first. 


ROW 2: 

ROY FRANKLYN COWLEY . . . spark 
plug of the basketball team ... a 
wonderful friend ... a good boy to 
have around . . . easy goinq . . . 
puts his whole heart in his ball 
game. 

JACQUELINE RAY CURLEE . . Jackie 
. . ..natural charm that's hard to 
beat . . . such beautiful blond curls 
. . . just talks and talks . . . music 
major at Longwood. 

MARTIN WILLIAM DAMSKY . . . 

"Marty" . . . the boy with the brains 
. . . hates homework . . . enjoys tele- 
vision ... a camera fiend . . . wants 
to become a pharmacist. 

ELIZABETH ANNE DAVIS . . . Betty . . . 
pretty and clothes conscious . . . 
likes sleep and good times . . . one 
of our cheerleaders . . . her heart's 
at Tech ... a grand gal to know. 


ROW 3: 

JOHN LOUIS DAVIS II . . . Jack . . . 

good at chasing fires . . . primary 
interests include cars and pro bas- 
ketball games . . . allergic to work 
. . . liked by all. 

SHIRLEY VIRGINIA DAVIS . . . noted 

for her dimples . . . likes to be with 
Freddie . . . enjoys good movies 
. . . dislikes stubbornness . . . into 
the beauty business. 

TAMARA FAY DECKER . . . "Tam" . . . 
mainstay in A Cappella Choir so- 
prano section . . . fun to know . . . 
will be Hampton's contribution to 
Shenandoah Music Conservatory. 

NANCY PATRICE DIGGS . . . Patsy 
. . . watch those eyes . . . friendly 
little cheerleader . . . drives her 
Lavender Terror . . . dislikes home- 
work and Typhoons . . . plans on 
Duke. 





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ROW I: 

FRANK ALWIN EDGAR . . . "Feet" . . . 
big bundle of bubbling personality 
. . . has irresistible charm, even for 
teachers ... a natural wit ... a 
swell guy. 

FREDERICK GARLAND EDWARDS . . . 

Freddie . . . little fellow with a big 
grin . . . likes baseball, aeronautics, 
and a few girls . . . plans to study 
engineering. 

WALTER EDWARD EGGLESTON . . . 

Eddie . . . likes sports and television 
.... enjoys sleeping ... a good 
friend . . . plans to attend N.A.C.A. 
Apprentice School. 

RITA ANN ENGLEBURT . . . small but 
active . . . likes strawberry shortcake, 
dancing and Bob . . . efficiency plus 
. . . snappy little cheerleader . . . 
future includes college. 


ROW 2: 

SHERWOOD LEE EVANS . . . "Sonny" 

. . . likes the out-of-doors . . . shy 
type . . . always out hunting . . . 
mighty nice guy to know . . . plans 
to go to college. 

DONALD GLENN EVERETT ... pet 

peeve: conceited people . . . likes 
sleep and plenty of it . . . plans to 
travel far and wide in Uncle Sam's 
Navy. 

MARY ELLEN FEKAS . . . Butterball . . . 
a natural for most popular . . . 
peppy head-cheerleader . . . likes 
being with people . . . attractive qal 
with gorgeous clothes . . . liked by 
all. 

RACHEL ANN FISCHER . . . Tubby 
. . . old married woman . . . enjoys 
sports . . . plans to work for a while 
. . . she and Clarence want a home 
of their own. 


ROW 3: 

NANCY MARGUERITTE FISHER . . . 

"Runt" . . . noted for size . . . likes 
a certain someone . . . wears that 
certain ring ... on that certain 
finger . . . plans on marrying after 
graduation. 

HUGH DONALD FITZGERALD ... Don 

. . . broke all the girl's hearts when 
he decided to settle down . . . fast 
on the grid . . . can usually be found 
with Trixie . . . sees nothing but work 
ahead. 

SHIRLEY ANN FOND . . . Stumpy . . . 
qood-natured blond . . . likes animals 
and movies . . . enjoys horseback 
riding . . . will make some lucky man 
a good wife. 

JOYCE ANN FORBES . . . Joy . . . 

headquarters in the office practice 
room . . . likes considerate people 
. . . doesn't like to be disappointed 
... off to college. 


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1952 








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ROW I: 

CLARICE JEAN FORREST . . . quiet 
and industrious . . . indifferent toward 
the masculine gender . . . very ac- 
tive in church work . . . wants to be 
a stenographer. 

BETTY ALMA FREEMAN . . . Shortie 
. . . height no hindrance on the bas- 
ketball court . . . really enjoys sports 
. . . will journey to Weisbaden, Ger- 
many, to join her husband. 

VIRGINIA LOU FULLER . . . Ginqer 
. . . plays softball . . . loves to cook 
. . . enjoys movies and television . . . 
desires a career as a stenographer. 


CHARLES WHITFIELD GABLER ... one 

boy the word handsome was really 
meant for . . . likes to eat . . . 
headed for the Air Force after grad- 
uation. 


ROW 2: 

BETTY LEE GAMMELL . . . Bet . . . inde- 
pendent ... a regular movie fan 
. . . likes to travel . . . her hobby is 
reading . . . plans to be a secretary. 


CLAIR ROBERTS GAY . . . another fel- 
low who likes to sleep . . . dislikes 
conceited girls . . . when not sleep- 
ing, he's eating . . . college bound. 


MARTHA JOAN GIBSON . . . Joan . . . 
a superior athlete . . . especially 
likes basketball and swimming . . . 
can't stand people who eat pop corn 
in the movies . . . will be phys. ed. 
teacher. 

HENRY THOMAS GOODSON, JR. . . . 

. . . "Jr." . . . likes girls and music 
. . . quiet personality . . . always 
seen in his Ford . . . will go to 
William and Mary. 


ROW 3: 

WALTER HOPKINS GRAHAM ... Hop 

. . . happy-go-lucky . . . likes swim- 
ming and Sugie . . . hates seven 
o'clock alarms . . . hopes to be a 
doctor someday. 

MARY DALE GRAVATT . . . quiet . . . 
neat . . . disposition: sweet . . . 
likes football, good sports . . . busy 
as a bee . . . future: college. 


ROBERT LEON HALL . . . Lee . . . 

crazy about automobiles . . . likes to 
take ’em apart . . . dislikes Enqlish 
. . . will miss H.H.S. . . . will be 
missed. 

DOLORES ANN HARMON ... Dee . . . 

enjoys music, being with people . . . 
oh! how she hates to get up in the 
morning . . . homework bothers her 
. . . not sure about the future. 


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1952 


ROW I: 

MARJORIE MAE HARRIS . . . Mari . . . 
friendly . . . always happy about ev- 
erything . . . easily most dramatic 
. . . lucky engaged gal . . . liked 
by all. 


ROW 2: 

MADGE CAROLYN HAYWOOD . . . 

Kinky . . . easy to get along with 
. . . likes most everything . . . her 
heart's at VPI with a certain guy 
named Charles . . . fine future as- 
sured. 


ROW 3: 

JACK LENARD HENDRICKS . . . 

hates getting up in the morning . . . 
works all the time . . . likes cars 
and money . . . will enter the ser- 
vice after graduation. 


ASHLEY BLAIR HARRISON . . . "Bull" 
"All-American" football star . . . 
everybody knows Billy . . . will be 
greatly missed by all . . . especially 
Coach Eason ... V. P. I. bound. 

JAMES SHERIDAN HARVEY . . . never 
seems to worry about anything . . . 
has no use for poor sports . . . en- 
joys dancing . . . will go to Coast 
Guard Academy. 


RUTH ELIZABETH HAYWOOD . . . "Sun- 
shine" ... an attractive little blond 
. . . enjoys sports . . . dislikes people 
who gossip . . . likes loafing . . . 
plans to be typist. 

BETTY PAGE HEARN . . . Red . . . sel- 
dom seen without John . . . thinks 
people should always act natural 
. . . loves to talk . . . plans on col- 
lege. 


ROBERT WAYNE HIBARGER . . . 

"Boogie" . . . thinks that Latin is a 
dead language and should stay that 
way . . . likes food and sleeping . . . 
lots of fun to be with . . . will go 
into engineering. 

LLOYD WALTER HICKS . . . lettered in 
football and track . . . H.H.S. is 
proud of this all-round guy . . . 
has friendly personality . . . will be 
an architect. 


CATHERINE LOUISE HAWKINS . . . 

Weasel . . . likes modern furnishings, 
cats . . . happy feet . . . paints, draws, 
makes things . . . ambition: to be a 
housewife. 


FENTON RUDOLPH HENDRICKS . . . 

Rudy . . . never to be forgotten cen- 
ter and captain of the football team 
. . . often with Gerry . . . making 
plans for college. 


HERBERT GRAY HOBBS . . . Herbie . . . 
holds all kinds of offices in many 
H.H.S. clubs . . . willing and hard 
worker . . . everybody's friend . . . 
definitely most likely to succeed. 


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ROW I: 

JOHN LOGAN HOBGOOD . . . Jack 
. . . likes food and missinq the 
school bus . . . constantly seen with 
Be*iy . . . eating is his hobby . . . 
will go to college. 

WALTER DETLOFF HOFFMAN, JR. . . . 

’ Dub" . . . another shutter-buq . . . 
spends leisure time taking pictures 
. . . easy to please . . a likeable guy 
. . . p ans to be a chemica' engineer. 

VIRGINIA ANN HOGGE . . . Jan . . . 

a strawberry blond . . . loads of fun 
. . . just loves to eat . . . spends spare 
time writing to Milton . . . plans in- 
clude college. 

LYNN RANSONE HOLLIDAY ... al- 
ways jokin' . . . natural'y funny . . . 
Sylvia's sister . . . Student Assistant 
prexy . . . left us at mid-term . . . 
now making millions off of the V.A. 


ROW 2: 

LEE BOURNE HOLMES . . . "Homely" 
. . . could be summed up with . . . 
handsome, intelligent, plenty of fun 
. . . has many girls in a spin . . . 
likeable Lee. 

BARBARA ANN HOLSTON . . . Bobbie 
. . . attractive brunette . . . hiqh 
steppin' drum majorette . . . dis- 
likes gossip . . . her hobby: goinq 
p'aces . . . hopes to work at-N.A.C.A. 

BILLY JARRETT HOUSE . . . thinks there's 
nothing better than food . . . loves 
to have a good time ... a Phoebus 
boy . . . wants a good job with a 
future. 

MARGARET ARLINE HUBBARD . . . 

darlin' little blonde . . . neat and 
snappy dresser . . . always has a 
smile . . . surprised us all by gettinq 
married. 


ROW 3: 

MICHELE ANN HUGHES . . . Mickey 

. . . likes baseball, "Georqe," and 
horseback riding . . . dislikes Milton 
Berle . . . keeps the telephone wires 
buzzing . . . plans on Virginia Inter- 
mont. 

JOAN EVELYN HUNT . . . Joanie . . . 
enjoys the masculine gender ... an 
avid canasta player . . . doesn’t 
mind graduating . . . target: Civil 
Service work. 

PATRICIA JANE IRWIN . . . Pat . . . 

likes music and Jimmy . . . has no 
particular dislikes . . . private disk 
jockey . . . headed for music con- 
servatory. 

ELIZABETH ANN JENKINS . . . "Liz" 
. . . fine arts are her forte . . . col- 
lects autographs ... as busy as can 
be all the time . . . will do wonder- 
fully well in an office. 





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ROW I: 

JACK GRAY JENNINGS . . . "Jack Rab- 
bit" . . . never seems troubled . . . 
please note his careful (?) drivinq 
. . . plans to enter the Apprentice 
School. 


ROW 2: 

LOLA LOUISE JONES . . . "A-mos" . . . 
Dean Martin-Jerry Lewis fan . . . dis- 
likes show-offs . . . neat and sweet 
. . . will continue the Jones tradition 
at Madison. 


ROW 3: 

MILDRED SHIRLEY KEMP . . . "Cliffle" 
. . . natural curls . . . naturally nice 
. . . fun to be with . . . controls the 
student Assistant capital . . . will 
study chemistry at Longwood. 


JANET LOUISE JERNIGAN ... has a 

friendly way about her . . . maybe 
that's why she enjoys friendly people 
... a real artist when it comes to 
figurines . . . will be a nurse. 


MARTHA MARIE JOYNER . . . pleasing 
disposition . . . likes music and 
friendly people . . . doesn't believe 
in homework . . . enjoys playing 
piano . . . college bound. 


FREDDIE ARNOLD KING, JR. . . . 

"Fretz" . . . likes everything . . . dis- 
likes nothing . . . constantly seen 
with Shirley . . . can really play 
tennis . . . will enter the Apprentice 
School this fall. 


JANE ELIZABETH JOHNSON . . . Janie 
. . . likes sports, high heels, people 
. . . especially Carl Roberts . . . 
greatly perturbed by zippers that 
stick . . . future looks mighty bright. 

NEAL REYNOLDS JOHNSON . . . 

"Hook" . . . firmly dislikes home- 
work . . . quiet around stranqers 
. . . likes sports ... a friend indeed 
... a swell guy. 


MARTHA NAOMI JOYNER . . . headed 
for homemaking career . . . with W. 
R. Spencer . . . clothes conscious 
. . . football and basketball fan . . . 
sweet and friendly. 

MATTIE EUGENIA KEENER . . . "Jeanie" 
. . . that really friendly gal . . . keeps 
the mails busy with letters to a cer- 
tain guy . . . will work in an office. 


GILBERT WYATT KIRKPATRICK . . . 

"Kilroy" . . . what would he do with- 
out that lock of hair ... a coin 
collector . . . laughs at everybody's 
jokes . . . wants to go to college. 

ARTHUR JOSEPH KOHLER ... the 

out-door type . . . likes boating, 
camping, fishing . . . fun to be 
around . . . plans to go on to col- 
lege. 





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ROW I: 

WILLIAM REID KYLE, JR. . . . some 
people talk and talk . . . Billy eats 
and eats . . . English gives him some 
trouble . . . has a friendly word 
and a smile for everyone. 

THOMAS MITCHELL LABARBERA . . . 

"Louwegie" . . . likes girls in gen- 
eral . . . wants all his friends near 
him . . . hates writing letters . . . 
swell kid. 

MARION VIRGINIA LATSHAW . . . 

here's a girl who really enjoys sports 
. . . dislikes seafood, hill billy music 
. . . wants to go to Carnegie Tech. 


ROW 2: 

MARGARET HAZEL LEE . . . "Maqgie" 

. . . enjoys the good times at H.H.S. 
. . . likes skatinq, swimming, the 
movies . . . hates homework over the 
week-end ... a fine secretary. 

ROBERT JAMES LESTER ... Bob ... a 

party-party boy . . . spends much 
of his time with Rita . . . handy 
fellow on the basketball court . . . 
loads of fun to know. 

RONALD WELFORD LIPSCOMB . . . 

"Lip” . . . dislikes work and studying 
in any form . . . collects money as 
a hobby . . . likes all kinds of sports 
. . . future: uncertain. 


ROW 3: 

GERALDINE GARLAND LUCK . . . 

Gerry . . . smooth gal with sharp 
clothes . . . likes parties, swimminq 
. . . can't stand homework . . . 
headed for college. 

BARBARA LEE MAGIN . . . Bobbie . . . 
nice, sweet personality ... a sports 
fan . . . doesn't like gossip . . . rec- 
ord collector . . . has decided to be 
a typist. 

SHIRLEY ANN MAHANES . . . "Sam" 

. . . loves those band trips . . . likes 
football and fried chicken . . . handy 
with a uke . . . sure to be a success 
at college. 


JULIA DONNA LEDFORD . . . Donna 
. . . likes eating and music . . . 
m-m-m, the cakes she can make . . . 
beautiful black hair . . . sharp dresser 
. . . aims to be a clerk typist. 


RONALD HARVEY LONG . . . Ronnie 
. . . isn’t lazy . . . just born tired 
. . . another party boy . . . watch 
him go on the cinder track . . . loads 
of fun . . . lots of personality. 


CECIL KELLY MANNING ... pet peeve: 
show-offs . . . adores apple pie with 
ice cream . . . fiend for reading hot 
rod books . . . plans to go to U. Va. 


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ROW I: 

BETTY JACQUELIN MARPLE . . . Bett 
. . . short and sweet . . . loves those 
3 M's . . . music, money and men 
. . . enjoys listening to records . . . 
future plans include college. 

AUDREY PEARL MARTIN . . . likes 

people with cheerful smiles . . . dis- 
likes homework . . . sings as a hobby 
. . . will miss H.H.S. and sixth period 
study halls . . . would like to travel. 

DAVID ALEXANDER GREY MATHIE- 
SON, JR. . . . the out-door type . . . 
spends spare time riding or working 
on his boat . . . very guiet and re- 
served . . . seems worried about 
making it to college. 

DAVID GLADWELL MASON . . . Sonny 
. . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . 
hobby: raising rabbits . . . dislikes 
school ... is planning to go to the 
Apprentice School, Langley Field. 




ROW 2: 

MARLENE DEE MAURO . . . Marti . . . 
attracted to West Point . . . cuts 
guite a figure on the dance floor . . . 
collects different arrangements of 
"Star Dust" . . . wants to be a mor- 
tician. 

MARY JANE MILLER . . . Janie ... her 
hobby is sports . . . just loves to 
dance . . . dislikes insincere people 
. . . likes watching TV . . . target: 
stenographer. 

SHIRLEY MAE MILLER ... one swell 
girl . . . her height is guite an as- 
set on the basketball court ... a 
friend indeed . . . likes movies, sports 
and TV . . . has secretarial career in 
mind. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH MONTA . . . Bill is 
the guiet intelligent type . . . leisure 
time is spent listening to the radio 
or reading . . . will be a success in 
anything he tries ... a swell guy. 


ROW 3: 

SYLVIA ALICE MOODY . . . "Silly" 
likes dogs, horses, people and music 
. . . dislikes silly boys, liver and cyn- 
ical people . . . creative in clothes 
designing . . . good luck in the fu- 
ture. 

MADELON ISABELLE MORRIS . . . 

"Bootsie" . . . likes Air Policemen, 
dancing, parties, cream cheese, and 
olives . . . dislikes conceited men 
... off to college come September. 

THOMAS E. MORRIS . . . little guy with 
big ideas . . . seems to like nearly 
everything and everybody ... al- 
ways looks on top of the world . . . 
wi II be mi ssed at H.H.S. 

ELLEN ELIZABETH MOTT . . . "Betty 
Boots" . . . spends time horseback 
riding, reading and playing golf . . . 
dislikes history, school and boys . . . 
a super sales woman. 

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ROW I: 

JOHN CURDY MUIR . . . Johnny is in- 
describable . . . very artistic, this 
boy is always drawing pictures of 
something . . . dislikes doing his 
English homework . . . plans to go 
to college. 

DORIS ANNE McCRAW . . . a com- 
mercial gal . . . likes typing, tele- 
vision, parties, and sports . . . ab- 
hors bossy people, homework and 
exams . . . should make a fine secre- 
tary. 

KENNETH McDONALD, JR a regu- 

lar easy going, likeable guy . . . 
quiet around strangers ... a friendly 
personality and a ready smile . . . 
he'll always have plenty of friends. 

JEWELL ELIZABETH MclNTOSH ... a 

bashful lass . . . enjoys sports, music, 
eating and sleeping . . . dislikes con- 
ceited people, rainy weather and 
homework. 


ROW 2: 

RICHARD EDWARD NEIL . . . Dick is 
very easy to please ... he just en- 
joys anything and everything . . . 
his hobby is baseball ... a swell 
friend . . . will work for Uncle Sam. 

EMMA JEAN NELSON . . . "Biondie" 
. . . likes eating, sleeping, good 
friends and BOYS . . . doesn't like 
conceited and deceitful people . . . 
collects pictures of people . . . unde- 
cided about future. 

BETTY WINTERS NEWSOME . . . Bets 
. . . her ambition is to get that 
MRS. . . . enjoys good music . . . 
swimming is her hobby . . . dislikes 
conceited people . . . spends leisure 
time writing to fiance. 

ETHEL MARVETTE NICHOLS . . . Mar- 
vie . . . a real out-door's girl who en- 
joys boating, horseback riding, foot- 
ball, basketball and traveling . . . 
collects pennants and tropical fish. 


ROW 3: 

ROBERT CLAY NICHOLS . . . Nick is a 
water bug . . . likes swimming, boat- 
ing and fishing . . . has no use 
for unfriendly people ... a wonder- 
ful friend to have. 

BEVERLY JEAN NICHOLSON . . . Bev 

cuts quite a figure in those sharp 
clothes . . . can't help liking a cer- 
tain guy named Jimmy . . . looks 
forward to being out of school. 

ROBERT WAYNE NUCKLES ... Bob is 

the little fellow with the qreat biq 
grin ... a very conscientious worker 
. . . everybody's friend . . . will be 
a success in anything he attempts. 

LONA MAE NULTY ... a little blonde 
that likes a certain red headed boy 
. . . collects stuffed toy animals . . . 
dislikes conceited people . . . prac- 
ticing to be a champion typist. 





ROW I: 

JAMES WAYLAND NUNN . . . "One- 
gun" . . . give him a sweet babe and 
a party and he's all set . . . reads 
during his leisure time . . . dislikes 
smoking and homework . . . will live 
and let live. 


ROW 2: 

ANNE GERTRUDE OVERMAN . . . 

Trudy . . . sweet and congenial . . . 
a real worker . . . likes Ernest . . . 
dislikes gossips . . . spends leisure 
time either writing Ernest or dating 
him . . . undecided about future. 


ROW 3: 

RICHARD HENRY PINGLEY, JR. . . . 

Dick thoroughly dislikes Geometry 
. . . collects old-time records ... a 
hard-working fellow . . . likes music 
and biq aame hunting . . . plans to 
Join the Air Force. 


BETTY JEAN OLIVER . . . likes people, 
eating, dancing and Cullen . . . dis- 
likes asparagus and unfriendly people 
. . . handy around the house — likes to 
sew and cook . . . will attend busi- 
ness college. 


GAIL RUSHING PATRICK ... a little 
flutist who loves to talk . . . enjoys 
people, animals and music . . . dis- 
likes people who always act so ''asi- 
nine” . . . may someday be a great 
doctor. 


CLAIRE RHODINE PINKERTON . . . 

"Silence is golden" . . . likes the 
friendly people at H.H.S., Choco- 
late Frosties and traveling (to Texas) 
. . . hates complainers or "pop" 
quizzes. 



LUCY MARIE OSBORNE . . . small, at- 
tractive brunette . . . just loves new 
cars and clothes . . . dislikes noisy 
people and homework . . . spends 
leisure time sleeping and watching 

TV. 

JEANIE CAROL OUTTEN . . . would 
make any man look twice . . . en- 
joys softball, bowling, swimming, 
skating and animals . . . her hobby 
is paintinq . . . will make an at- 
tractive art teacher or typist. 


PAULINE EMILY PATTERSON . . . "Pep" 

enjoys doinq crazy things . . . likes 
traveling, Spring, and music . . . 
hates cold days in summer — hot 
days in winter ... a stickler for 
punctuality. 

GWEN LEORA PINGLEY . . . Gwen is 
a wonderful girl to have around . . . 
hates for people to use incorrect 
English or pop gum . . . may some- 
day be a clothes designer. 


FAYE WHITLEY POLLOCK ... "A Little 
Bit" ... a little girl well able to 
stand on her own two feet . . . dis- 
likes "prunes" . . . her hobby is 
studying masculine pulchritude. 

MARTHA JANE POWELL . . . "Red" 
. . . likes Charlie . . . makes loafinq 
her hobby . . . neat as a pin . . . trys 
to keep out of mischief . . . hates 
to leave these "hallowed halls" . . . 
a future stenographer. 




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ROW I: 

JACQUELINE DELINE PRICE . . . Jackie 

... a ready smile ... on the look- 
out for a good time . . . collects 
dolls . . . wants to go places . . . 
will work for the government. 

JAMES CRAFT PRIODE . . . "Peanuts" 
... a great sports lover . . . model 
airplanes are his hobby . . . never 
seems troubled about anything . . . 
loves to tease . . . future — undecided. 

RALPH JOHN QUINN . . . firmly dis- 
likes getting up in the morning . . . 
is constantly heard saying "O Boy!" 
. . . interested in the out-of-doors. 


GEORGE WALTER RAINES . . . "Pete" 
. . . very seldom serious . . . stuck up 
girls disgust him ... a busy bee 
with no leisure time . . . lots of 
fun to be with. 


ROW 2: 

CARSON CRAFFORD RECTOR . . . likes 
anything, especially his friends . . . 
interested in model airplanes . . . 
with that ready smile of his, he'll 
always have plenty of friends. 

HELEN ERNESTINE REED . . . "Honey" 
just loves music . . . thinks Latin is 
for the Romans ... is a whiz at 
sewing . . . likes to read . . . often 
heard to mutter, "You just aren't 
well." 

SHIRLEY GALEN REESE . . . pretty little 
girl with lovely shining tresses . . . 
oh! to be so smart and cute too . . . 
always happy . . . busy student as- 
sistant in the library. 

MARY ALICE REGIER . . . attractive 
blonde . . . alwavs has something to 
say about everything . . . one of our 
cheerleaders . . . loves to travel . . . 
William and Mary next stop — then 
marriage or career. 


ROW 3: 

THOMAS MELVIN REID . . . Tommy is 
a wonderful swimmer ... he doesn't 
like stuck-up girls . . . enjoys pleasant 
girls and food . . . says his future 
will be spent in the Navy. 

RUBY FRANCINE RICKMAN . . . Rickie 
. . . likes those hard subjects in 
school like vocal, art, and typing . . . 
the nice, quiet type . . . loves re- 
ligious work. 

JOSEPH FRANKLIN ROBISON ... Joe 

likes baseball, eating, sleeping, and 
girls . . . spends his leisure time read- 
ing and watching TV . . . firmly dis- 
likes school. 

BARBARA JOAN ROGERS . . . loves 
singing, dancing, skating . . . makes 
quite a hit singing with a dance 
band . . . may be one of the bright- 
est stars on TV some day. 






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ROW I: 

SHIRLEY JO ANN ROGERS . . . "Jo" 

. . . our little "punchy" cheerleader 
. . . enjoys all sports and eating . . . 
would rather be with Bobby than 
almost anything . . . her smile will 
take her places. 

DOROTHY MADELINE ROSS . . . "Dot" 

... a sweet little blonde who en- 
joys movies, parties and football 
games . . . bossy people are her pet 
peeve . . . easy goin'. 


ROW 2: 

TERRIEL HOWARD ROYALS . . . girls 
are Pete's main interest . . . never 
knows whom he'll be going with next 
. . . plans to go to GMC School in 
Michigan. 

ROBERT FRANCIS RUTH . . . never 
seems to worry . . . dislikes home- 
work and nagging people . . . soci- 
ology class clown . . . has a good 
time wherever he goes. 


ROW 3: 

HAZEL MARIE SAULS . . . attractive 
brunette . . . likes hamburgers, 

clothes, and people . . . hates to 
write compositions . . . lovely alto 
voice. 

EDKER LEROY SAUNDERS . . . hardly 
know he’s around ... so guiet . . . 
Dickie hates stuck-up girls . . . plans 
to go into the Air Force after grad- 
uation. 


NANCY O'NEIL ROWE . . . "Little Bit" 
. . . heres the walking proof that 
guality not guantity is important . . . 
crazy about parties, dances, music, 
boys and apple pie ... a crackerjack 
typist. 

SUSAN McGRAW ROWE . . . Sue . . . 

enjoys dramatics, trips with the A 
Cappella choir and talking . . . dis- 
likes dieting, card games and insin- 
cerity . . . William and Mary: next 
stop. 


JOHN ROBERT RUTLEDGE ... pet 

peeves: girls and boys who pretend 
to be what they aren't ... a whiz 
at basketball . . . mainstay of A 
Cappella choir's bass section. 

CONNIE LEE SANDERS . . . h as a sweet 
charm that makes her lots of friends 
... a cute cheerleader with per- 
sonality plus ... a regular mer- 
maid ... a faithful Texan . . . 
leaving us for U. of N.M. 


ROBERT ELWOOD SAUNDERS . . . 

Bobby . . . another one of those 
quiet fellows . . . well-liked . . . likes 
racers and television . . . will be 
valuable asset to C & O Railroad. 

RUBY LEE SAUNDERS . . . a congenial 
companion . . . sincere and friendly 
. . . likes clothes, basketball and 
football . . . enjoys dating . . . will 
continue secretarial studies at col- 
lege. 


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ROW I: 

ROBERT EUGENE SCOTT . . . Bobty's 
only dislike is show-offs . . . quite an 
expert tennis player . . . plans to go 
to the University of Tennessee. 


MARY AURELIA SEARLS ... a sweeter 
girl is hard to find . . . you should 
taste her cooking . . . lots of fun . . . 
doesn't like to be teased. 


BARBARA JANE SELBY . . . "Babs" . . . 
likes swimming, tennis, t.v., and eat- 
ing . . . always collecting things for 
her scrapbook . . . will work as sec- 
retary at shipyards. 

LILA KAY SEYFFERT . . . Kay . . . quiet, 
sweet disposition . . . loves music, 
traveling . . . dislikes snobs . . . 
spends spare moments watching t.v. 
and playing records. 


ROW 2: 

LINWOOD ELLIS SEYMOUR . . . thinks 
friendly people are tops . . . Mac 
hates doing his, homework ... in- 
cludes hunting, fishing as his hobby 
. . . plans to attend a trade school. 

BETTY SHEPPARD SHOLAR . . . "Boots" 

. . . enjoys laughing, joking, and 
having a good time . . . after grad- 
uation she'll settle down to married 
life with Ernest. 

AUDREY JUANITA SHERMAN . . . 

"Nita" . . . enjoys parties . . . quite 
at home in the kitchen . . . spends 
leisure time playing the piano . . . 
will work as typist. 

LORETTA MAY SMITH . . . "Lolly" . . . 

another party goer . . . likes to be 
around people . . . cute little blond 
with a sparkling smile . . . hobby: 
taking pictures. 


ROW 3: 

NETTIE ELIZABETH SMITH . . . "Net" 
... an extraordinary girl . . . likes 
English and music . . . collects glass 
shoes , . . has all the qualifications 
to be a fine nurse. 

PATRICIA JOSEPHINE SMITH . . . 

"Jody" . . . here's a real long-hair 
. . . loves modern art, classical mu- 
sic, and ballet ... a whiz at oil 
painting . . . may some day be a 
great artist. 

RICHARD DOUGLAS SMITH . . . 

"Punk" . . . never troubled about 
anything . . . constantly heard say- 
ing, "Well! ! Huh!" . . . spends all 
his time trying to get his little "Reb" 
running. 

ROBERT HAYDEN SMITH, JR. . . . the 

unbelievable combination of brains, 
nice looks, and athletic ability . . . 
wonderful fellow to know . . . plans 
on college. 




ROW I: 

SYLVIA ANN SMITH . . . Suqie ... at- 
tractive gal . . . neat and sweet . . . 
a sharp dresser . . . loves to qo 
places . . . hates sarcasm . . . makes 
loafinq her hobby . . . headed tor 
Fort Monroe. 


ROW 2: 

MARCIA ELLEN SPEEGLE . . . Speeqle 
. . ,. the last of the clan . . . likes 
band, parties, and sinqinq . . . one 
of our cheerleaders . . . dislikes peo- 
ple who don't have school spirit. 


ROW 3: 

MARY LOUISE STRICKLAND ... Lou 

. . . loves to be around people who 
are happy and always lauqhinq . . . 
dislikes people who are forever 
showing off . . . always writing to 
Danny. 


WILLIAM EDEN SMITH, JR Bill . . . 

spends leisure time partying. Could 
not have done without him on the 
football team . . . He's a cat . . . 
He'll be missed by many. 


SIDNEY THOMAS SPENCER . . . Spencer 
. . . hates his spinach . . . quite a 
brain in Solid . . . spends leisure 
time loafinq and playinq . . , has a 
natural and unaffected manner. 


KENNETH LEE TAPPEN . . . Kenny . . . 
is crazy about sports . . . how can so 
much noise come out of such a small 
fellow . . . just loads of fun ... al- 
ways teasing. 


ELLEN LEE SNYDER . . . Ellens ... a 
music lover . . . likes to be around 
friendly people . . . abhors conceit- 
edness . . . spends leisure time lis- 
tening to the radio. 


JACQUELINE ANN STACEY . . . Jackie 
. . . petite and attractive . . . likes 
blond-headed boys, friendly people, 
graduating, and Rosco . . . dislikes 
stuck-up people and school in qen- 
eral. 


SHIRLEY WOODSON TERRELL . . . 

Twirl . . . loves football games and 
dancing . . . owns quite a sweater 
wardrobe . . . dislikes rainy weather 
. . . full of fun . . . headed for Wil- 
liam and Mary. 


AMOS ARTHUR SPADY, JR a hard- 

worker . . . good natured but quiet 
. . . one of the band's most faithful 
members ... a demon on the oboe 
. . . swell guy. 


ROBERT EUGENE STRAWN, JR. . . . 

Bobby . . . thoroughly enjoys qood 
food . . . doesn't like and has no use 
for school . . . spends leisure time 
watchinq TV ... he too will join the 
Air Force. 


SYLVIA ANN THOMAS . . . Simple . . . 
tall, attractive, good natured . . . 
likes Francis . . . worried about the 
Waves at Bainbridge . . . I’ll see ya! 
Hear?! . . . will go to college and 
then — ? 







ROW I: 

THOMAS TYLER THOMPSON . . . here 
is a case of brains personified ... an 
excellent debater . . . hates dishon- 
esty . . . Tommy is a hard-worker . . . 
a friend in need . . . will be an ex- 
pert dairyman. 

CLARA BELLE THORN . . . Quiet, seri- 
ous, and sincere . . . spends much 
time in Christian work . . . loves to 
crochet . . . has a definite interest 
in service . . . wants to be a mis- 
sionary. 

JANET ELINOR TODD . . . Toddy . . . 

just loves beach parties . . . likes 
quiet people . . . spends leisure time 
talking on the telephone . . . full of 
fun and fancy free . . . future unde- 
cided. 

ELEANOR FRANCES TURNER . . . Nora 

. . . another one of our music lovers 
. . . says she has no dislikes ... is 
quite handy at a drawing board . . . 
would love to travel the globe. 


ROW 2: 

GLENN STEWARD TURNER . . . posses- 
ses a wonderful tenor voice which 
was quite an addition to A Capella 
Choir . . . likes TV and Hot Rods 
. . . spends leisure time reading . . . 
grand guy. 

JOHN BENJAMIN TYLER . . . J. B. . . . 

likes everything, especially baseball 
and girls . . . has no use for nosy 
people and dishonesty . . . says his 
future is wrapped up with Uncle Sam. 

EDWARD EARL TYNDALL. JR. . . . Earl 
. . . likes good food, qood lookinq 
girls, and sleep . . . dislikes conceit- 
ed people and bad sports . . . spends 
leisure time eating and dating . . . 
loves sports. 

RICHARD HENRY VIANCOUR, JR 

Wherever Barbara goes, there goes 
Dick . . . what a wonderful fellow 
. . . just loves to eat . . . spends 
leisure time loafing . . . will go in the 
Air Force. 


DONALD LEIGH WADE . . . Dinnie 
. . . likes speech class, his Ford, 
football, and H.H.S. . . . firmly dis- 
likes work in any form . . . loads of 
fun . . . wants to manage a night 
club some day. 

RICHARD HENRY WAINFORD . . . 

Henry . . . can't stand neckties . . . 
his likes are wine, women, and sonq 
. . . really does have a powerful bass 
voice . . . always laughing, he has 
many friends. 

RICHARD THOMAS WALLACE ... Pap 

. . . definitely dislikes getting up in 
the morning . . . constantly seen with 
Carmel . . . drawing is this boy's 
hobby . . . likes eating, sleeping, and 
Carmel. 

JOSEPHINE ANNETTE WALLER . . . 

JoAnn . . . likes dances, football and 
basketball . . . dislikes school, work 
. „ . spends leisure time with Jim 
. . . going to attend Averette Junior 
College. 


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ROW I: 

GILBERT GEORGE WALTON . . . really 
great on the basketball court . . . 
loads ot fun . . . dependable and 
steadfast, works hard on any job you 
give him ... a grand guy. 

RANDALL LEE WATKINS . . . quite a 
romantic fellow . . . likes a car, a 
moon, and B. A. . . . "the end has 
come" . . . dreams of the day he's 
married and has fifty income tax 
exemptions. 

GRACE LEE WELLS . . . "Gracie" . . . 
likes sport clothes, banana splits, lonq 
hair, eating and English! . . . hates 
to dress up or suppress a laugh . . . 
shines in shorthand class . . . will be 
A- 1 secretary. 

BETTY JOAN WEST . . . "Becky" . . . 
loves to dance and eat . . . always 
neat . . . sharp clothes . . . hates loud 
gum chewing . . . invents new cook- 
ing recipes and desiqns her own 
clothes . . . headed for the altar. 


ROW 2: 

EARL DOUGLAS WEST . . . Doug is 
wild about chocolate ice cream and 
black hair ... is easily pleased . . . 
usually seen with Frances ... a swell 
friend . . . will join the Air Force. 

RANDOLPH TALLEY WEST . . . Randy 
. . . wonderful Highlight sports edi- 
tor . . . will be remembered for his 
"Diggin' 'Round" column . . . excel- 
lent sense of humor . . . mighty nice 
to know. 

MARY JANE WESTON . . . likes being 
with her friends and havinq a qood 
time . . . dislikes catty and insincere 
people . . . mother’s little helper. 


FREDERICK GROVER WHITE . . . 

"Bucky" . . . enjoys everythinq except 
homework . . . can't stand wise quys 
. . . woodworking is his hobby . . . 
probably attend a trade school. 


ROW 3: 

FRANCIS ALLAN WIGGLE . . . didn't 
know they came so cute . . . "Sonny" 
has great interest in the cross-coun- 
try team . . . never stops smiling 
. . . little crazy in a nice sort of way. 

JAMES DIXON WILES ... Jim ... our 

never-to-be-forgotten Highlight edi- 
tor . . . friendly supporter and par- 
ticipator in every phase of H.H.S. 
life . . . fine boy in anybody's book. 

ADLAIDE PATRICIA WILLIAMS . . . 

Pat . . . just gonna lazy around . . . 
enjoys swimminq, dancing, and TV 
. . . should make a big hit at Sul- 
lies. 

BARBARA JEAN WILLIAMS . . . Bobbie 

. . . our poet laureate . . . likes tele- 
vision, typing, and animals . . . dis- 
likes bookkeeping and exams . . . her 
hobby: writing. 


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ROW I: 

KENNETH ROSS WILLIAMS . . . Kenny 
just loves cars and girls ... his one 
dislike is English . . . he, too, is a 
television fiend . . . says he has no 
choice but the armed forces for his 
future. 

LOUIE EDWARD WILLIAMS ... One of 
our party-party boys . . . shy with 
the girls, who are crazy about this 
. . . Eddie is usually seen with Ron- 
nie ... a grand guy. 

NORMA LOU WILLIS ... A real peach 
. . . snappy, attractive cheerleader 
. . . sweet, friendly disposition . . . 
a little bit independent . . . spends 
leisure time just loafing . . . target — 
secretarial work. 

FREDERICK HOLMAN WOOD, JR 

"Junie" . . . will certainly be missed 
in A Cappella Choir . . . likes to eat 
and sleep . . . usually seen at East 
Hampton Soda Shop during leisure 
time ... a swell fellow. 


ROW 2: 

RUTH MARIE WOODALL . . . "Little 
Red Riding Hood” . . . always late 
. . . enjoys dancing, movies . . . just 
loves to draw . . . had rather not do 
homework . . . really in heaven when 
she's dancing. 

CARROLL PATRICIA WOODWARD . . . 

. . . "Patsy" . . . makes eating an 
art . . . wants to travel 'round the 
world . . . enjoys masculine company 
. . . dislikes those crowded busses and 
rainy days. 

JOYCE LORRAINE WUNDER . . . "Be- 

lin" . . . black hair — green eyes . . . 
likes dancing, parties and good 
sports . . . dislikes people who act 
superior . . . loves to talk and laugh 
Mary Washington here she comes. 

GEORGE HOUSTON WYNNE, JR 

"George H" spends his leisure time 
partying and dating . . . enjoys all 
sports . . . hates bad referees . . . 
guite a demon on the basketball 
court. 


CAMERA SHY 
VIOLET LOUISE BAKER 
BERNDT GUSTAVE BAETCKE 
ROBERT S. BAUMGARDNER 
JOAN CLAIRE KUSS 
JANIE LOUISE LEGGETT 
JAMES ROBERT McELHENEY 
NEVA BEMBRIDGE PIERCE 
GERALDINE CORNELIA WALTON 
WILEY EDWARD BAKER 
JOHN BRYAN HALL, JR. 

HARRY NELSON HOLLAND 
CARLETON HADDOCK JONES, JR. 
FLEMON MILLS. JR. 

STANLEY F. ANDERSON 
RAYMOND BRUCE GROW 
NORMA JEAN PICKERAL 
GEORGE EDWARD WYATT. JR. 
HARRISON PHOEBUS VANDERSLICE, JR. 




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ROW 3: 

MARY JANE YOUSE . . . "J" ... en- 
joys flying, skiing, ice skating, bowl- 
ing and all sports . . . dislikes people 
that don't appreciate what they have 
and poor sports ... is handy with 
a paint brush. 

ERLATH WILLIAM ZUEHL, JR. . . . 

"Cowboy" plays a wonderful game 
of golf . . . he's crazy about Texas 
. . . allergic to work . . . plans to 
go to Texas A & M ... a swell friend. 




1. High-steppin' drum majorette . . . 

2. Peek-a-boo! ! 

3. My, how cozy . . . 

4. Alma Mater . . . 

5. Bye-bye! 

6. Why so sad, Johnny? 


7. Dick and Mary Alice . . . 'way back when . . . 

8. Smilel 

9. Jeanie with the light blue jeans . . . 

10. Wake up, Mickey! 

11. Recognize these cuties? 

12. Four of a kind . . . 


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A toticea/Ue, AtataU&i . . . 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED . . . Caro 
lyn Bovey and Herbert Hobbs. 


Jeanie Outten and 


BEST LOOKING 
Lee Holmes. 


MOST POPULAR . 
and Jim Bowen, 


BEST DRESSED . 
die Williams. 




MOST STUDIOUS . . . Tommy Thompson 
and Jane Johnson. 




OUTSTANDING TODAY 


CERTAIN TO BE 



Connie Sanders 


BEST ALL-AROUND 
and John Carr. 


Jean Carter and Frank 


WITTIEST 

Edgar, 


MOST DRAMATIC 
and Bob Burriss. 


Marjorie Harris 


Pat Calloway and 


BEST DANCERS 
Bill Smith. 


MOST ATHLETIC 
Lloyd Hicks. 


Joan Gibson and 


11911 ! 





EVEN MORE SUCCESSFUL TOMORROW 



MOST INDEPENDENT . . . Faye Pollock 
and Jimmy Wiles. 


MOST BASHFUL . . . Jewell McIntosh 
and Kenny McDonald. 


BIGGEST BLUFFERS . . . 
thony and Tex Burleson, 


Pat Williams and Ronnie 


LAZIEST 

Long, 









JUNIOR OFFICERS 
PRESIDENT: Tommy Luclcam 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Hugh Milteer 
SECRETARY: Ida Ann Walton 
TREASURER: Sally O'Malley 


SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 
PRESIDENT: Allison Jones 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Kelly Jones 
SECRETARY: Bobbie Jones 
TREASURER: Elizabeth K'rtpatrick 


jJusuoA and Safiltamo^ie Qlcuii O^ice^U 


THE JUNIOR CLASS has finally taken the 
last step toward that long-awaited time when they 
become high school seniors. They entered in 
September, 1950, and settled down to a year of 
hard work and adjustments to high school life. 
Following a summer of fun, they returned to the 
now familiar halls of H. H. S. with added respon- 
sibilities. The Junior Class, guiding the sopho- 
mores, working to give the seniors the kind of 
prom they deserve, and taking a greater part in 
all school activities, was kept busy and happy. 
They can sincerely feel that their junior year was 
an enjoyable chapter in their life at Hampton 
High School. 


THE SOPHOMORE CLASS, for many years 
to come, will recall the happy days of that year 
at Hampton High School. In September, 1951, 
they entered H. H. S., bewildered and seemingly 
lost, but it was only a short time until they be- 
came adjusted to their new surroundings. The 
football games will always be a lasting part of 
their memories. The Turkey Day Game climaxed 
by the Red and White Ball was enjoyed by every- 
one. Many sophomores showed special talents. 
Never to be forgotten was Bill Jones' interpreta- 
tion of Jerry Lewis and Johnny Morgan's imita- 
tion of Phil Harris. Now they look forward to 
their next year as juniors, hoping it to be as 
wonderful as their sophomore year at Hampton 
High School. 




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ROOM 97 

ROW I : Betty June Davis, Joan 
Darnell, Nancy Amory, Shirley 
Alcock, Helen Dudley. ROW 
2: Barbara Boswell, Shirley Bry- 
an, Barbara Spencer, Nancy 
Crockett, Erma Carpenter, 
Jackie Deane. ROW 3: Mary 
Jane Arnold, Delores Butler, 
Arvis Thomas, Jean Procter, 
Rosa Crockett. 




ROOM 98 

ROW I : Mary Ann Gentry, 
Donnie Wood, Thelma Jones, 
Peggy Fuller, Katie Fuller. 
ROW 2: Bette Hogge, Sue 
Holt, Blair Roper, Rachel Tig- 
ner, June Knight, Audrey Pow- 
ell. ROW 3: Bobby Booth, Dud- 
ley Todd, Margaret Messick, 
Mrs. Wilson, Glenice Turner, 
Leon Morris, Charles Liberty. 
ROW 4: Larry Stowe, Billy Mal- 
com, Jack Walker, Gray Lynn, 
Fred Holland, Richard Hinkle, 
Keith Jenkins. 


ROOM 99 

ROW I : Betty Putnam, Kath- 
ryn Regier, Maxine Hendricks, 
Frances Bergbom, Ruby Jack- 
son, Jean Evans. ROW 2: Steve 
Johnson, Elizabeth James, Bet- 
ty Marable, Cary Davis, Sheila 
Tuchman, Betty Yancy, Harold 
Raynor. ROW 3: Charles Keg- 
ley, Ronnie Amole, Fred Aich- 
elman, Sidney Baisden, Ernest 
Johnson, Hugh Milteer, Dick 
Standford. 


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ROOM 101 

ROW I : Betty Spees, Mary 
Acree, Gail Willi ams, Ida Ann 
Walton, Ruth Blair, Shirley 
Barnes. ROW 2: Shirley Taylor, 
Betty Evans, Rhonda Derring, 
Teresa Carvajal, Eleanor Porter, 
Lou Currier, Pat Booker, Mrs. 
J. E. Yeates. ROW 3: Wayne 
Jackson, Chuck Thomas, Leslie 
Martin, Bill Sabo, Raymond 
Spoon, George Young, Percy 
Thornton, Rich Medendorp. 
ROW 4: Allan Smith, Raymond 
Doyle, Jr., Francis Sheild, Jr., 
Charles Witherow, Buddy For- 
rest, Wayne Hill, Robert Har- 
ris. 


ROOM 102 

ROW I : Hilda Rogerson, 

Yvonne Norton, Alice Mathews, 
Helen Grow, Shirley Kyle, Mary 
Kocholek. ROW 2: Billy Fulton, 
Jerry Sharf, Helen Sherman, 
Joey Lawrence, Bubba Black- 
wood, Leon Miller. ROW 3: 
Billy Going, Larry Richardson, 
Cecil Fowler, Richard Ross, 
Clyde Overman, Ham Wood. 
ROW 4: Jodie Smith, John 
Morris, E. R. Szetela, Mack 
Wells, Michael Smith. 


ROOM 103 

ROW I: Barbara Barrett, Lu- 
cille Batten, Norma Banks, Mar- 
gie Adams, Nancy Bishop, Sue 
Amory. ROW 2: Betty Warner, 
Marjorie Barnes, Sandra Bey, 
Emily Bailey, Bernice Brown, 
Angel Tyree. ROW 3: Roddy 
Bowden, Charlotte McDaniel, 
Betty Torok, Marguerite Clark, 
Jeanine Benton, Shirley Wil- 
liams, Owen Swinson. ROW 4: 
Jerry Harden, Norman Adams, 
Edward Thomas, Roger Baldwin, 
Leo Barbour, Billy Blount. 



ROOM 106 

ROW I : Jean Futrell, Edith 
Crumpton, Cammie Day, Joan 
Clemens, Barbara Goetz, Adele 
Hoffman. ROW 2: Doris Free- 
man, Betty Fields, Dorothy 
Foote, Dolores Guthrie, Anna 
Mae Foster, Joan Hicks, Sue 
Goldstein, Norma Hare. ROW 
3: Charles Friedman, Paul Hall, 
David Funk, Louis Hoffman, Bill 
Sawyer, James Estes, James 
Grasty, Donald Sledge, Stuart 
Ruth. ROW 4: Glen Gray, 
Buddy DeRyder, Shirley Gard- 
ner, Anne Condon, Henry 
Hoffman, Carl Davis, Miss 
Frances Allen. 


ROOM 201 

ROW I : Ann Keithley, Peggy 
Hux, Joan Bennett, Addie Jean 
Webb, Jane Hutson, Joann 
Lee, Cherry Haas. ROW 2: 
Lawrence Howell, Joyce Hum- 
phries, Elizabeth Kilpatrick, 
Peggy Keel, Mrs. Baab, Bar- 
bara Harrison, Nancy Hughes, 
Barbara Jones, Roger Krigs- 
vold. ROW 3: Jimmy Jones, 
Lola Kraberg, Lois Lambert, 
Frances Hurst, Mary Anne 
Kearney, Barbara Schmitz, Bev- 
erly Hayes, Sue Jennings, Wal- 
ter Johnstone. ROW 4: Bill 
Harding, Joe Goodwin, Tom- 
my Israel, Ramon Judkins, Kel- 
ly Jones, Luke Hubbard, Ron- 
nie Griffin, Dick Ledford, Bill 
Leary, Bobby Kessler. 


ROOM 105 

ROW I: Marie Brandenburg, 
Gail Carroll, Anne Bloxom, 
Joyce Carter, Gail Edwards, 
Barbara Brown. ROW 2: Mr. 
C. P. DeMayo, Barbara Delk, 
Norma Bloodgood, Carolyn 
Walters, Shirley Carpenter, 
Ann Bowers, Barbara Drake, 
Myrtle DeMoss. ROW 3: Mary 
Jo Compton, Pat Caffee, Sal- 
lie Carleton, Beverly Duke, Do- 
lores Chanfrau, Amy Driver, 
Nancy Clark, Virginia Dutton, 
Jessie Casebolt. ROW 4: Dav- 
id Butler, Windell Brown, Jim 
Crawford, Edgar Collier, Alvin 
Carmines, David Christian, 
Jerry Davis, Billy Bryant. 


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ROOM 202 

ROW I : Betty Jo Medley, 
Shelvia Meade, Carol McMan- 
us, Billie Linsig, Peggy Martin, 
Marian McCraw, Imogene 
Mayhew. ROW 2: Barbara 

McClain, Sonia McDaniel, Bun- 
nie Love, Miss Rowe, Shirley 
Weeks, Shirley McNeal, Joyce 
Lowe, Jeanette Marshall. ROW 
3: Elmer Letchworth, George 
Lee, Roberta Manning, Mary 
Lou Keithley, Joan Lewis, Patsy 
Manuel, Patricia Lescure, Larry 
Ingels, Jimmy League. ROW 4: 
Wayne Messick, Albert Martin, 
Donald Leonard, Allison Jones, 
Ronald Leonard, Richard Gray, 
Carl Lucido, Bob Lee. 





ROOM 205 

ROW I : Shirley Jerkins, Betty 
Tucker, Shirley Stamey, Mildred 
Thompson, Gail Glavin, June 
Thompson. ROW 2: Ann Rich- 
ardson, Samnjie Spradlin, Jody 
Strickland, Marcia Robins, Hel- 
en Speed, Wendy Simmons, 
Barbara Rowe. ROW 3: Milton 
Stacey, Johnny Summers, Sam 
Soule, Betsy McCromick, Nancy 
Speer, Alice Strickland, Wylie 
Smith, Lester Rowe. ROW 4: 
Morris Smith, Eddy Smith, 
Jimmy Walters, Ellis Teagle, 
Edward Sandridge, Douglas 
Stevens, George Robinson. 


ROOM 203 

ROW I: June Newsome, An- 
nette Nichols, Helen Pittman, 
Lee Mitchell, Peggy Mitchell, 
Kay O'Keefe. ROW 2: Harry 
Mesic, Jean Parker, Sue Mile, 
Faye Newsome, Peggy Parker, 
Mary Lou Niemotka, Tony 
Fowler. ROW 3: Ray Parker, 
Dickie Newton, Johnny Mor- 
gan, Clayton Moorefield, Ken- 
neth Moore, Harold Morgan, 
Frank Nowak, Cecil Mitchell. 
ROW 4: Bobby Nightengale, 
Raymond O uesen beiTy, Bobby 
Minter, Mr. Shields, Otis Price, 
Bobby Moore, Joseph Pereira. 


^ — 1 * — 



ROOM 207 

ROW I : Joyce Brandenberg, 
Carmel Krovontka, Jeanette 
Stora, Pat Collins, Jean Forbes, 
Barbara Alligood. ROW 2: 
Nancy Burfon, Geraline 
Crews, Barbara Crowder, Peg- 
gy Budd, Jane Payne, Betty 
Cory, Sally O'Malley, Shirley 
Clary. ROW 3: Charles Gear, 
Grace Cumming, Betty Beav- 
ers, Marcia Rankin, Blanche 
Pere, Shirley Daniels, Bobby 
Haskins. ROW 4: Cleo Owens, 
Ronnie Rew, Henry Vansant, 
Paul Jones, Mr. S. P. Hileman, 
Courtney Jones, Richard 
Brandt, Charles Ernst, Robert 
Lindquist. 


ROOM 209 

ROW I : Frances Roberts, Eva 
Mae Orange, Ann Mitchell, 
Margaret Rutledge, Peggy 
Lawson, Edith Blodgett. ROW 
2: Pat Angle, Natalie Bander, 
Frances Nowak, Joyce Garrett, 
Dotty Byers, Ann Reeks, Mary 
Anne Grant. ROW 3: Barbara 
Holloway, Amy Riggins, Ruth 
Allen, Barbara Freeman, Mar- 
cia Hutchinson, Elise Bledsoe. 
ROW 4: Bruce Mize, Joyce 
Campbell, Nancy Canslor, 
Mr. Smith, Abilene Anderson, 
Ethel Bonine, Melvin Gough. 


ROOM 206 

ROW I : Eleanor Zingrone, 

Carolyn Turner, Carole West- 
phal, Joyce Schultz, Barbara 
Tyndall, Bonnie Helsel, Becky 
Goodwin. ROW 2: Janet Wy- 
att, Sheila Wingo, Joan Wood- 
all, Jenny Lou Ward, Billie Jean 
Wheless, Dorothy Wayne, Jo- 
anne Wallace, Doris Robison. 
ROW 3: Lamar Watson, Chris 
Mugler, Emidio Lupini, Stephen 
Fox, C. E. Topping, Bob Win- 
ne, Glen Woodmansee, Jack 
Thacker, Jack Walton. ROW 
4. Bennie Wood, Daniel Whip- 
ple, Skippy Tyler, Carmen 
Wright, Charles Wilson, David 
Walton, Tony Lonq, J. V. 
Vaughan, Jr., Bob Winegar. 




ROOM 216 

ROW I : Betty Pate, Mary Jut- 
ras, Anne Bankett, Waldelene 
Green, Arietta Davis. ROW 2: 
Elois Byrd, Pat Rines, Dot 
Brown, Barbara Freeman, Joyce 
Boyd, Barbara Figg, Frances 
Thomas. ROW 3: Betty Spen- 
cer, Barbara Rigney, Shirley 
Atkins, Patsy Olive, Nancy 
Flythe. 


ROOM 211 

ROW I: Betty Watson, Nancy 
Staton, Alix Hawkins, Carolyn 
Charles, Maude Driver, Louise 
Harwood. ROW 2: Jackie 

Cottle, Frances Miller, Mary 
Ruth Stillwell, June Pereira, 
Roberta Curtis, Shirley Davis, 
Jane Saunders, Winnie Foun- 
tain. ROW 3: Jimmy Baker, 
Joe Berry, Faye Spradlin, Vir- 
ginia Wallace, Miss Patterson, 
Gladys Speer, Edwin DeShaxo, 
Tommy Credle, Jimmy Houser. 
ROW 4: Joe Sharp, Larry 
Deane, Ronnie Darnell, Robert 
Holt, William Copeland, 
Broaddus Hargrave, Edwin 
Dickinson, Jimmy Odell, Wilson 
Thompson. 


ROOM 311 

ROW: I: LaVerne Evans, Clara 
Evans, Ann Livingston, Joyce 
Smith, Doris Mitchell. ROW 
2: Louise Jones, Janet Hardee, 
Genevieve Knowles, Lucille 
Selby, Joan Haywood, Shirley 
Milliken. ROW 3: Shirley 

Wyatt, Clarke Woodcock, Phil- 
lip Worst, Elvin Dodd, Jeanette 
Morris, Joann Dula, Carolyn 
Wisler. ROW 4: Ray Baker, 
Marshall Booker, Marvin Mil- 
ler, Shirley Kessler, Roy Scull. 





ROOM 314 

ROW I : Barbara Smith, Paula 
Wood, Mary Lou Rudisill, Ro- 
berta Schubert, Patsy Zuskin, 
Shirley Trainham. ROW 2: Jane 
Perlman, Ola Mae Rogers, 
Bobby Test, Mrs. Watson, Billy 
Wainwright, Myrna Strawsnyd- 
er, Jackie Yarborough. ROW 3: 
Billy Bloodgood, Norris Paxson, 
Bertus Matthews, David Sum- 
merfield, Bobby Seawell, Sam 
Rust. ROW 4: Atly Jefcoat, 
George Perkins, Robert Wright, 
Eddie Aim. 


ROOM 312 

ROW I : Eva Woods, Jean Wil- 
liamson, Shirley Turner, Bar- 
bara Rogers, Phyllis Ferguson, 
Sarah Murden, Annette Hunt. 
ROW 2: Ruth Ann Powell, Bar- 
bara Webb, Shirley Nelson, 
Barbara Norvell, Mary Park, 
Gwen Mater, Judy Twyford, 
Shirley Seymour. ROW 3: Anne 
Forrest, Alton Quinn, Beverly 
Johnson, Charles Mendel, Bob 
Nuckles, Jack Hill, Sonny Wig- 
gle, Nan Antonelli. ROW 4: 
Willard Owens, Duncan Stew- 
art, Eldred Hendricks, Benny 
Wilson, Frank Blake, John 
Stroud. 





CHEERLEADERS? . . . the darlings of the Faculty-Varsity Club "March of Dimes" basketball 
. . . remember? (Left) A STUDIOUS FEW . . . gathered in the library. 


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COWfltt oil (jUGAid 


I. Watch the birdie! 2. Mother's Little Helper. 3. 
That's the Charleston? ! ! 4. Recognize these little peo- 

ple . . . sure . . . they're Eddie Williams, Bob Lester, 
Nancy Rowe and Johnny "Bee". 5. Feelin' nervous, 


Donna? 6. The Lone Stranger rides again ... 7. Tea tor 

two ... or three ... 8. Par-dee! 9. Penny for your 

thoughts ... 10. Just we two ... II. Hi, there . . . 

12. Who dat? 13. Holdin' hands ... 14. Lovers . . . 












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UUHUM 1 I 


Rationed cMo*t&i 

Society 


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY . . . Chap- 
ter number 3351 . . . established April 29, 1947, 
with thirty-one charter members ... its main pur- 
poses: the encouragement of fine scholarship, 
strong leadership, and high character . . . this 
year sponsored by Miss Mary Clynes. 


(ABOVE) Tommy Thompson, Rita Engleburt, Martin Dam- 
sky and Gerry Luck . . . (LEFT) Miss Clynes . . . treasurer: 
Jane Johnson . . . Secretary: Gwen Pingley . . . president: 
Jack Davis. 


MEMBERS . . . ROW I . . . Lola Jones, Ruby Saunders, 
Louise Hawkins, Michele Hughes, Clara Thom, Hazel 
Sauls, Gwen Pingley, Jack Davis, Jane Johnson, Betty 
West, Marjorie Harris, Shirley Kemp, Faye Pollock, Frances 
Albers, Jane Powell . . . ROW 2 . . . Evelyn Clemens, 
Carol Bovey, Jean Carter, Rita Engleburt, Gerry Luck, 
Sue Rowe, Marie Carine, Nancy Rowe, Ann Bradshaw, 
Carolyn Woodward, Margaret Alcott, Mary Alice Regier, 
Patsy Diggs, Sylvia Smith, Audrey Brennan, Patsy Boggs, 
Jan Hogge . . . ROW 3 . . . Claire Pinkerton, Doris 
Clontz, Barbara Williams, Miss Clynes, Tom Thompson, 
Kenny McDonald, Gilbert Kirkpatrick, Bob Smith, Martin 
Damsky, Lee Holmes, Bob Burriss, Marion Latshaw, Shirley 
Reese, Virginia Fuller, Sylvia Thomas, Shirley Terrell. 




Student 

Go-0-ae-n.atuie AtexuUdtion 

STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 
. . . established January 17, 1945, to direct 
worthy student activities . . . organized by Prin- 
cipal H. Wilson Thorpe and Mrs. E. Blake Cam- 
eron, Jr. . . . now sponsored by Mr. Elbert Carr 
. . . affiliated with the district, state, and na- 
tional organizations, participating regularly in the 
activities of these groups. (Right) Confering with 
Mr. Carr . . . Mary Jutras, Kathryn Regier . . . 
(standing) Cammie Day, Peggy Lawson, Jim Har- 
vey, Nancy Staton, and Grace Cumming. 

S.C.A. OFFICERS . . . (standing) Chaplain: Bob Clark 
. . . President: John Carr . . . Vice President: Johnny Be- 
couvarakis . . . (seated) Secretary: Mary Ellen Fekas . . . 
Treasurer: Nancy Rowe. 

ROW I : Mr. Carr, Peggy Lawson, Jane Powell, Shirley 
Kemp, Nancy Rowe, Bubba Carr, Johnny "Bee", Dick 
Clark, Bobby Jones, Cammie Day, Gail Williams, Sally 
O'Malley. ROW 2: Jewell McIntosh, Shirley Burke, Norma 
Willis, Betty Davis, Mary Alice Regier, Patsy Diggs, Bob 
Lester, Jimmy Wiles, Nancy Bishop, Jane Barham, Grace 
Cumming, Nancy Staton. ROW 3: Marlene Mauro, Pat 
Calloway, Jim Harvey, Martin Damsky, Jack Davis, Charlie 
Liberty, Bruce Williamson, Fred Aichelman, Wayne Jack- 
son, Kathryn Regier, Mary Jutras. ROW 4: Tommy 
Luckam, Morris Smith, David Holley, Ronnie Darnell, David 
Funk, Billy Harrison, Kenny McDonald, Tommy Thompson, 

Ranny Scarborough. 











HIGHLIGHT STAFF . . . ROW I . . . Connee Sanders, 
Marion Latshaw, Jean Carter, Mary Ellen Fekas, Rhonda 
Derring, Marlene Mauro, Barbara Ball . . . ROW 2 . . . 
Bunny Brown, Lorraine Anthony, Rose Allan Burrus, Bar- 


bara Rogers, Eugenia Keener, Joyce Garrett, Judy Twy- 
ford, Charles Witherow . . , ROW 3 . . . Jim Harvey, 
Barbara Norell, Shirley Nelson, Virginia Fuller, Doug 
Smith. 


*7 he Knabba 




EDITORIAL STAFF . . . Maude Driver, Ida Ann Walton, 
Mr. Hileman, Shirley Burke, Gail Williams . . . (standing) 
Jack Atwell, Jimmy Wiles, Cary Lee Davis, Randy West, 
Freddie Board. 


ON THE STAFF . . . Sheila Tuchman, Barbara Barnett, 
Kathryn Regier, Grace Cumming, Annette Hunt . . . 
(STANDING) Carolyn Charles, Paula Wood, Jimmie 
Baker, Betty Yancy, Abilene Anderson. 





KEEPING THE PRESS ROLLING . . . the night before the "Highlight" reaches the readers 
. . . Jimmy, Randy, Gilbert, and Bob. 



our newspaper 


GREAT MINDS . . . thinking alike . . . Jimmy Wiles, edi- 
tor-in-chief . . . Mr. Hileman, faculty advisor . . . and 
Jack Atwell, business manager. 


GET YOUR COPY HERE . . . Sylvia Smith, Wayland Nunn 
buy from Joyce Garrett. 




1952 



KbaUta 

THE BIG THREE . . . Peggy Baldwin, edi- 
tor-in-chief . . . Mr. Gibson, faculty ad- 
visor . , , Peggy Lawson, assistant editor. 




V 


TYPISTS . . . Frances Alberd.Mrs. Clift 
. . . faculty advisor . . . Nancy Rowe . . . 
(STANDING) Jean Carter, Ann Brad- 
shaw, Sylvia Thomas. 


KRABBA STAFF . . . editor-in-chief: Peggy 
Baldwin . . . assistant editor: Peggy Lawson . . . 
advertising editor: Eldred Hendricks . . . 
sports editors: Francis Sheild, Jimmy Wiles . . . 
senior editors: Marjorie Harris, Jane Powell . . . 
senior compilers: Jane Youse, Carolyn Haywood 
. . . junior compilers: Ann Brown, Jane Perlman 
. . . typists: Frances Albers, Anne Bradshaw, Jean 
Carter, Sylvia Thomas, Nancy Rowe . . . art staff: 
Elvin Carpenter, Eugene De Vol, Dickie Ledford, 
Anne Condon, Shirley Taylor . . . business staff: 
Lee Holmes, Jackie Curlee, Marion Latshaw, 
Mary Louise Strickland, Mary Ellen Fekas, Annette 
Hunt . . . photographers: Martin Damsky, Charles 
Witherow. 

SPORTS EDITORS . . . Jimmy Wiles and Francis Sheild. 





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BUSINESS STAFF . . . Mary Ellen 
Fekas, Eldred Hendricks . . . busi- 
ness manager . . . Mary Louise 
Strickland . . . (STANDING) An- 
nette Hunt, Lee Holmes, Jackie 
Curlee, Marion Latshaw. 


ART STAFF . . . Shirley Taylor, Ann 
Condon, Miss Clynes . . . faculty 
advisor . . . and Elvin Carpenter. 


CO-ORDINATORS AND COM- 
PILERS . . . Carolyn Haywood, 
Miss Lane . . . faculty advisor . . . 
Jane Powell . . . (STANDING) 
Anne Brown, Marjorie Harris and 
Jane Perlman. 


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MEMBERS . . . Ann Livingston, Joyce Smith, Mr. Buffing- 
ton, Mary Park, Eugene Jones . . . (STANDING) Jack 
Hendricks, Melba Aycock, Lynnwood Barrack, Ellen Mott, 


Clara Thorn, Bobby Strawn, Mary Jane Weston, Ralph 
Quinn. 



B 

ANNUAL EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE BANQUET . . . 

Wayland Nunn . . . Mrs. Jacobson, former sponsor 
Joyce Smith . . . Mrs. Harold L. Ruggles, dean of 
girls . . . and Mrs. Clark. 


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Club 


THE DISTRIBUTORS CLUB . . . composed of 
Distributive Education students taking retail or 
consumer classes . . . interested in promoting 
awareness of retailing as a career . . . sponsored 
by Mr. Earle Buffington. 


OFFICERS . . . president: Wayland Nunn : . . vice- 
president: Joyce Smith . . . (STANDING) Eugene 
Jones . . . Ann Livingston . . . treasurer: Gilbert 
Walton. 






fyutute Jlo-memakesiA 
&l AmesUca 


FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 
. . . . girls from Home Economics classes endeav- 
oring to promote a growing appreciation of the 
joys and satisfaction of home making . . . spon- 
sored by Mrs. Honeycutt, home economics in- 
structor. 


HOW TO BAKE A CAKE . . . « demonstrated by tour 
talented F. H. A. members . . . (RIGHT) sewing a fine 
seam are four more industrious Future Homemakers. 


F. H. A. . . . Jean Pickeral, Carmel Kravontka, Mrs. Hon- 
eycutt, Audrey Martin, Joyce Smith . . . (STANDING) 
Shirley Clary, Barbara Rogers, Jackie Yarborough, Shirley 
Daniels, Melba Aycock, Jeanette Store, Louise Hawkins, 
Martha Joyner. 





AUDIOGRAPHIC STAFF . . . consisting of 
a selected group of students in the Industrial 
Education Department . . . participates in the 
maintenance and operation of motion picture 
equipment and sound amplification apparatus for 
the regular school program. 


/JiddfoflGfllUc Sto-fjh 


MR. L. W. MACHEN . . . demonstrating a tape- 
recorder to members of the audio staff . . . (BE- 
LOW) Cecil Manning and Jimmy Houser at work 
in the auditorium. 


las Sweat, James Neal, Jimmy Houser . . . (BACK ROW) 
Leon Hall, Bruce Mize, Carroll Johnson, Charles Gear. 


J 




MEMBERS . . . Lewis Rilee, Thomas Sinclair, Mr. L. W. 
Machen . . . sponsor . . . Cecil Manning . . . (SECOND 
ROW) Norris Paxson, Fred Jacobson, Dudley Todd, Doug- 





Pn&iectio-m&ti 


MEMBERS . . . Charles Witherow, Billy Wainwrlght, Miss 
Gentle, Tony Long . . . (STANDING) Mack Wells, Charles 
Ernst, Stephen Fox, Emldio Lu pin!, Tony Fowler, Richard 
Brandt. 



PROJECTIONISTS . . . students trained to 
set up equipment and show motion pictures, 
slides, or film strips to classes . . . requirements 
include satisfactory citizenship and passing grades 
in all subjects. 


SETTING UP THE SCREEN . . . Charles Witherow 
gets ready for a movie. 

READY TO ROLL . . . members of the staff prepare 
to show a film. 


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I 


MEMBERS . . . ROW I . . . Dick Blanchard, Bob Rut- 
ledge, Johnny "Bee," Tommy Thompson, Bill Colonna, 
Bob Clark, Jimmy Wiles, Bob Burriss, Eddie Eggleston, 
Freddie Edwards . . . ROW 2 . . . Francis Sheild, Bobby 
Test, Bob Smith, Holman Wood, Duncan Stewart, Courtney 
Jones, Tommy Reid, Charlie Liberty, Hop Graham, Bob 
Nuckles, Frank Blake . . . ROW 3 . . . Mr. Pearsall, Jack 
Davis, Ronnie Darnell, Kenny McDonald, Lee Holmes, 
Martin Damsky, Francis Wiggle, Hugh Milteer, Tommy 
Luckam, Wayne Jackson, Carleton Jones, Eldred Hen- 
dricks. 


Keu Club 

THE KEY CLUB . . . boys’ service club . . . 
sponsored by Kiwanis International ... to serve 
the school and community . . . Hampton High 
School chartered April 5, 1949 . . . faculty ad- 
visors are Mr. H. Wilson Thorpe and Mr. Platt 
A. Pearsall. 


H.H.S. DELEGATION ... to Key Club Convention in 
Miami, Florida, last summer . . . snapped during a business 
session ... no doubt. 


OFFICERS . . . Jimmy Wiles, Bob Clark . . . (STANDING) 
Bob Burriss, Bill Colonna, Tommy Thompson . . . and Her- 
bie Hobbs (NOT SHOWN). 


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58 







MEMBERS . . . ROW I . . . Jewell McIntosh, Mary Still- 
well, Alvin Carmines, Elois B/rd, Shirley Gardner, Abilene 
Anderson . . . ROW 2 . . . Ruth Powell, Faye Newsome, 
Dolores Harmon, Frances Roberts, Jean Beggerly, Wendy 
Simmons, Shirley Clary . . . ROW 3 . . . Janet Hardee, 
Ola Mae Rogers, Frank Woolard, Shirley Kessler, Bobby 
Kessler, Doris Mitchell, Yvonne Norton, Gladys Speer. 


READING FROM THE HOLY BIBLE ... at a Hi-C meet- 
ing is Elois Byrd. 


Jli-Q 


HI-C . . . organization of Christian high 
school pupils in Hampton . . . banded together 
to promote Christian Fellowship and consistent 
Christian living as a means of fighting juvenile 
delinquency. 


ENTERTAINING ... at the piano: Shirley Gardner . . . 
on the horn: Frank Woolard. 




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60 







MEMBERS OF THE CONCERT BAND . . . Alix Hawkins, 
Gail Patrick, June Pereira, Pat Calloway, Sylvia Moody, 
Ellen Speegle, Faye Pollock, Sandra Bey, Morris Church, 
Mary Anne Grant, Henry Goodson, Patsy Boggs, Shirley 
Reese, Courtney Jones, Audrey Brennan, Ann Reeks, Bar- 
bara Freeman, Joan Woodall, Lois Lambert, Suzanne Gold- 


stein, Shirley Mahanes, Jean Williamson, Sallie Carleton, 
Laura Roane, Patsy Manuel, Lona Nulty, JoAnn Waller, 
Jimmy Holderby, Marcia Rankin, Kenneth Seals, Charles 
Mendel, Billy Malcom, Wayne Messick, Bobby Nighten- 
gale, Marshall Booker, Freddie Brown, Cleo Owens, Larry 









Richardson, Glen Woodmansee, Edward Aim, Carelton Stevens, Billy Blount, Randy West, Buddy DeRyder, Richard 

Jones, J. V. Vaughan, Franklin Woolard, Donald Boles, Billy Pingley, Fred Hartman, Billy Holt, Mack Wells, Shirley 

Newsome, Pat Herron, George Robinson, Sam Soule, Ben- Terrell, Jimmy Golden, Jane Perlman, Bobby Test, Bob 

ny English, Ann Brown, Ray Parker, Wilson Thompson, Smith, Bill Colonna, Charles Kegley, Robert Wright, Bar- 

Duncan Stewart, Joe Goodwin, John Bradshaw, Douglas bara Rogers. 



Go-nce/it Band 

ABOUT EIGHT-THIRTY ... on any morn- 
ing you have probably heard the rhythmical 
strains of music coming from either the athletic 
field or the band room, depending on the season 
of the year. This is the renowned Hampton High 
School Band. Under the very capable direction 
of Mrs. Anna Lee Hite Van Buren, the Marching 
Band performed and played for every home foot- 
ball game, and the Concert Band entertained 
with many fine concerts throughout the spring. 


MRS. ANNA LEE HITE VAN BUREN ... our band di- 
rector. 


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MEMBERS . . . ROW I . . . Francis Albers, Mary Louise 
Strickland, Shirley Kemp, treasurer . . . Lynn Holliday, first 
term president . . . Jan Hogge, vice-president . . . Grace 
Wells, secretary . . . Rita Engleburt, Faye Pollock, Shirley 
Burke . . . ROW 2 . . . Claire Pinkerton, Evelyn Clemens, 
Marion Latshaw, Shirley Reese, Joyce Wunder, Jackie 
Curlee, Martha Joyner, Nancy Rowe, Barbara Williams, 


Anne Overman . . . ROW 3 . , . Patsy Boggs, Mary Alice 
Regier, Patsy Diggs, Jean Carter, Mary Ellen Fekas, Mar- 
lene Mauro, Gwen Pingley, Carolyn Bovey, Margaret Lee, 
Mrs. Ruggles . . . ROW 4 . . . Sylvia Smith, Barbara 
Selby, Sylvia Thomas, Jane Powell, Margaret Alcott, Sue 
Rowe . . . ROW 5 . . . Bootsie Morris, Marjorie Harris, 
Peggy Baldwin, Joyce Forbes . . . second semester presi- 
dent. 


Student Antitank 


STUDENT ASSISTANTS ... an organization 
open to any Junior or Senior girls who meet the 
requirements in scholarship, citizenship, appear- 
ance and general willingness to work during free 


periods in the library, the High School offices 
and the Counciling Room . . . sponsored by Mrs. 
Harold L. Ruggles, Dean of Girls. 


IN MRS. RUGGLES OFFICE . . . student assistant jobs IN THE LIBRARY . . . library assistants put away books, 

include filing, checking and phoning absentees. 




iBitiuiineiu 




OFFICERS ... Bob Burriss, 
Marjorie Harris, Sue Rowe, Jan 
Hogge , . . and Mr. DeMayo. 



Natianal 




NATIONAL THESPIANS . . . troupe No. 300 
. . . chartered in 1935 . . . highest dramatic honor 
that a student can attain in high school . . . 
group make annual trip to New York City each 
June to see the latest play on Broadway . . . spon- 
sored this year by Mr. C. P. DeMayo. 


I 




MEMBERS . . . Faye Pollock, Bob Burriss, Jan Hogge, 
Marjorie Harris, Sue Rowe, Anne Overman, Fran Albers 
. . . ROW 2 . . . Mary Alice Regier, Tommy Thompson, 


Shirley Kemp, Annette Hunt, Frank Edgar, Mr. C. P. 
DeMayo . . . ROW 3 . . . Marie Carine, Nannette Anto- 
nelli, Eldred Hendricks, Jane Johnson, Sheila Tuchman. 






MEMBERS . . . ROW I . . . Peggy Lawson, Ann Mitchell, 
Marlene Mauro, Barbara Ball, Joyce Wunder, Carolyn 
Haywood, Shirley Kemp, Anne Overman, Fran Albers, 
Faye Pollock, Joyce Garrett, Gail Williams, Judy Twy- 
tord . . . ROW 2 . . .Lee Holmes, Alix Hawkins, Pat Wil- 
liams, Jackie Curlee, Marie Carine, Marjorie Harris, Betty 
Hearn, Vicky Beddoes, Joan Woodall, Jo Ann Waller, 
Connie Sanders, Mary Louise Strickland, Frank Edgar . • . 


ROW 3 . . . Martin Damsky, Kathryn Regier, Shirley Reese, 
Evelyn Clemens, Betty Marple, Sue Rowe, Betty Yancy, 
Jan Hogge, Jane Johnson, Mary Alice Regier, Jane 
Saunders, Sylvia Smith, Annette Hunt, Bob Burriss . . . 
ROW 4 . . . Eldred Hendricks, Kenny McDonald, Tommy 
Thompson, Carolyn Charles, Dottie Byers, Rhonda Derring, 
Nannette Antonelli, Patsy Manuel, June Thompson, Sheila 
Tuchman, Sue Goldstein, Lois Lambert, Peggy Baldwin, 
Harry Mesic. 


QavUck Gluh 



GARRICK DRAMATICS CLUB . . . 
founded April 15, 1932, by Mrs. Kath- 
ryn Pace Cameron, Mrs. Margaret Pat- 
rick Wood, and Mr. R. E. T. Lewis . . . 
name derived from David Garrick, 
famous English actor of the 18th Cen- 
tury . . . each year the club sponsors 
three major dramatic productions . . . 
sponsored this year by Mr. C. P. De- 
Mayo. 


OFFICERS . . . with Mr. DeMayo . . . Shirley 
Kemp, Anne Overman, and Carolyn Haywood. 


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CAST 


Clara 

June Thompson 

Mrs. Fisher 

Shelia Tuchman 

Amy 

Annette Hunt 

Frank Hyland 

Elmer Letchworth 

Mr. Fisher 

Eldred Hendricks 

Joe 


Aubrey Piper 

Tex Burleson 

Mr. Gill 

Francis Sheild 

Mr. Rogers 



'The Show-Off," himself. 


67 





SCENES FROM ''LEGEND OF CAMILLE 
duction of the Garrick Dramatics Club. 


spring pro 


CAST 

Camille Annette Hunt 

Nan ine June Murray Thompson 

Prudence Sheila Tuchman 

Olympe Judy Twyford 

Nichette Vickie Beddoes 

"Jleaend <d Camille 

Hampton High School's "Legend of Ca- 
mille" voted best at Williamsburg on March 15, 
1952, at the District Drama Festival. 

Annette Hunt was voted the best actress, 
and Sheila Tuchman was voted second best. 
June Thompson, Vicky Beddoes, and Judy Twy- 
ford, the other members of the cast received 
honorable mention. 


June Thompson, the maid, 
smooths the pillow for ailing 
Camille, Annette Hunt. 


Nanine comforts Camille as 
she prepares to die. 


Judy Twyford as Olympe 
pleads with Camille. 


The great lady dies, and all 
about her mourn. 





1951 CRABBERS . . . ROW I . . . Doug Royals, Wilbur 
Covington, Bill Smith, Bill Harrison, Lloyd Hicks and Rudy 
Hendricks . . . co-captains . . . Jack Boone, Jack Hall, 
Don Fitzgerald, Hugh Milteer . . . ROW 2 . . . Gray 
Lynn, Keith Jenkins, Bob Elliot, Francis Sheild, Jerry 
O'Dell, Ed Dickenson, Glyn Copeland, Bill Sanders, Leon 
Miller, Kenny Seals . . . ROW 3 . . Jerry Harden, Tom- 

my Carter, Spencer Blanks, Lewis Allen, Marvin Nitso, 
Jimmy Wilson, Kenny Tappen, Henry Vansant, Billy Blanks 


. . . ROW 4 . . . Billy Malcom, Randy West, Leon Sher- 
man, Bob Smith, Eddie Williams, Willard Owens, Jody 
Smith, Larry Stowe, Billy Kyle . . . ROW 5 . . . James 
Taylor, Morris Church, Earl Tyndall, Tony Long, Jimmy 
League, Eddie Bowers, Ronnie Griffin, Kelly Jones . . . 
ROW 6 . . . Joe Stickle, J. V. Vaughan, Tommy Kanoy, 
James Estes, Jack Atwell, Charles Mendell, Jimmy Odell, 
Frank Anthony . . . ROW 7 . . . Coaches Thomas, Eason 
and Anastasio. 


FOOTBALL 


The sportswriters laughed at the green boys 
from Hampton and noted how the mighty had 
fallen, but there was a writing in the sky that 
night over the hills of Lynchburg that told of 
things to come. The Crabbers went on to rise 
from the ranks of the lost with this enviable rec- 
ord of only one loss during the entire season. 


RED AND WHITE plunge through the Tee Jay line at Richmond for a 
short gain. 




70 




71 


r 







TURKEY DAY . . . victory was sweet ... a sweet 48 to 0. 


H.H.S. Opp. 


E. C. Glass 

. . .there . . . 

... 6 

14 

Benedectine 

. . . here . . . . 

... 19 

7 

Maury 

. . . here . . . . 

. . .20 

6 

Danville 


. . . .33 

0 

Thomas Jefferson . . 

. . .there . . 

. . . .26 

13 

John Marshall 

. . . here . . . 

. . . .35 

13 

Andrew Lewis 

. . . there . . 

. . . .27 

0 

Warwick 

. . . here . . . , 

. . . .40 

6 

Newport News . . . . 

. . .here. . . 

. . . .48 

0 


Hang on, boys! He's got his eye on you, Lloyd . . . 





piggy 


Come on . . . give it to me . . . 


On your mark . . . 






THE HAMPTON HIGH CRABBERS . . . 
lost one game, the first with E. C. Glass in Lynch- 
burg. The Red and White made many a head- 


line, and the spectators were awarded plenty of 
thrills watching them play. The 1951 season with 
the Crabbers was an exciting one all the way. 


Annual football awards assembly . . . 


Congratulations, Jack! 



Gloria in (£xcclsis 



. 



I 


•• - ■> V 


Down to earth . . . 


Now I gotcha! 


75 




QalhetbcUl 


Cradock 


H.H.S, 
. . . .55 

45 

South Norfolk 

there . . 

. . . .61 

55 

Norview 

there . . 

. . . .48 

37 

Warwick 

there . . 

. . . .63 

36 

Granby 

there . . 

. . . .32 

39 

Maury 

here . . . 

. . . .63 

53 

South Norfolk . . . . 

here . . . 

. . . .71 

49 

Newport News . . . . 

here . . . 

. . . .38 

50 


Norview 


. . .54 

41 

Wilson 


. . .47 

64 

Granby 

. . . .there . . . 

. . .57 

51 

Norfolk Catholic . . . . 

.... here . . . . 

. . 73 

53 

Maury 


. . .45 

52 

Wilson 

. . . .there . . . 

. . .48 

62 

Warwick 

.... here . . . . 

. . .60 

52 

Norfolk Catholic . . . 

. . . .there . . . 

. . .51 

29 

Newport News 

. . . .there . . . 

. . .32 

34 


BIG RED . . . Jimmy Wiles, Gilbert Walton, Jim Bowen . . . captain . . . Joey Lawrence, Johnny 
Becouvarakis . . . (standing) Coach Thomas, Bobby Rutledge, Bob Lester, Bill Sanders, Tommy Kanoy, 






Got it, Bobby? 


Up, up and away . . . 


Oh, excuse me! 



S 


M2 


Is it a bird??? a plane??? 



Cradock 

here . . . 

H.H.S. 
. . . .39 

38 

South Norfolk 

. . . .there . . 

. . . .30 

25 

Norview 

. . . .there . . 

. . . .36 

33 

Granby 

. . . .there . . 

. . . .35 

56 

Maury 

.... here . . . 

. . . .43 

44 

South Norfolk 

.... here . . . 

. . . .48 

50 

Newport News 

here . . . 

. . . .24 

38 

Norview 

here . . . 

... .48 

31 

Wilson 


... .47 

44 

Granby 

.... here . . . 

. . . .48 

49 

Norfolk Catholic . . . . 

.... here . . . 

. . . .51 

30 

Maury 

. . . .there . . 

. . . .43 

39 

Wilson 

. . . .there . . 

. . . .45 

26 

Warwick 

.... here . . . 

.... 59 

34 

Norfolk Catholic . . . 

. . . .there . . 

. . . .42 

43 

Newport News 

. . . .there . . 

. . . .42 

35 



Jump! 




FULL O' PEP . . . JoAnn Rogers, Connee Sanders, Norma 
Willis, Jean Carter, Patsy Diggs . . . Betty Davis, Mary 
Alice Regier, Ellen Speegle, Pat Calloway, Rita Engle- 
burt . . . and Mary Ellen Felcas. 


Qlie&deadete 



CHEERLEADERS . . . sponsored by Miss 
Henrietta Lanier ... led by a capable head 
cheerleader, Mary Ellen Fekas . . . supported the 
teams in fine fashion . . . added color and excite- 
ment to football and basketball games . . . helped 
stress the importance of good sportsmanship. 


OUR FAVORITE YELL . . . 

Is the Coach all right? 

Yeah manl 
Is the team all right? 

Yeah man! 

Well, if the Coach's all right . . . 
And the team's all right . . . 
Come on, students . . . 

Let's yell all night! 



CRABBERETTES . . . Betty Pate, Betty Fields, Ida Walton and Barbara Freeman, 
co-captains . . . Joan Stora, Alice Matthews, Donnie Wood . . . (STANDING) 
Miss Allen, Billie Wheless, Jackie Yarborough, Joan Gibson, Jane Johnson, Judy 
Twyford, and Marion Latshaw. 







ON THE TEAM . . . Francis Wiggle, Alan Smith, Richard 
Kurtz, Lee Holmes, Kenny McDonald, Courtney Jones, Bob 
Clark, and Ronnie Darnell . . . Mr. E. R. Szetela, coach, 
not shown. 


Swish! 


Does it hurt much, Lee? 


GiaU Go-unbut, 


Newport News 

H.H.S. 

4l'/ 2 

!5'/ 2 

(low score wins) 

State A.A.U. at U. of Richmond . . . . 

67 


(second out of six) 

Newport News 

37 

18 

U. of Richmond Freshman 

. 16 

45 

State High Meet at U. of Richmond 

41 


(second out of five) 





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L -W-r A 

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MEMBERS . . . row I . . . Bill Harrison, Rudy Hendricks, 
Chuck Thomas, Frank Edgar, Francis Sheild, Leon Sherman 
. . . row 2 . . . Mr. Szetela, Eddie Williams, Doug Royals, 
Frank Anthony, Ed Dickenson, Bob Elliot, Kelly Jones 
. . . row 3 . . . Jack Boone, Bob Lester, Bill Sanders, Tommy 
Kanoy, Bill Smith, David Mathieson, and Jimmy Odell. 


'UaMitif, GUL 


VARSITY CLUB BASKETBALL TEAM . . . time-out during 
the Faculty-Varsity Club "March of Dimes" Basketball 
Game. 


OFFICERS . . . Charlie Men- 
del, secretary . . . Chuck 

Thomas, president . . . Doug 
Royals, vice-president . . . 

(standing) Eddie Williams, 
chaplain . . . Kelly Jones, 
treasurer. 





ROW I: (I. to r.) Bill Harrison, Leon Miller, Earl Tyndall, 
Jimmy Priode, Johnny Becouvarakis, Tommy Kanoy, Joey 
Lawrence, Charles Cooper, Jack Atwell, Bob Hibarger, 
Jim O'Dell. ROW 2: Emedio Lupino, Wayland Nunn, 


Charles Wilson, Ray Baker, Buddy DeRyder, Coach 
Anastasio, Kenny Tappen, Bobby Drewery, Otis Forrest, 
Bobby Lewis, Herman Brown. 


^Jtiaah 


Cradock here 

Newport News there 

Warwick here 

Newport News here 

Cradock there 

Warwick there 

Newport News there 

Cradock there 

Warwick here 


v^AKIAIN: Ronnie Long 

COACHES: E. R. Szetela and John Thomas 

John Marshall, Richmond 

Newport News 

Warwick 

State Meet 

Tidewater Meet 

Eastern District Meet 



That's our track team ? I ! ? !! 



Surprised, Ronnie? 


On your mark . . . 





3. CAMERA KIDS . . . Charles and Martin . . . 
yearbook staff photographers . . . often seen in 
the light of a flash . . . snapping the H.H.S. 
scene . . . 


I. CONNEE SANDERS . . . our pretty little Bas- 
ketball Queen of 1952, crowned . . . and kissed . . . 
by Mr. Thorpe . . . 




5. MARY ELLEN FEKAS . . . 
cute head cheerleader ... ef- 
ficient secretary of both the 
Senior Class and the SCA . . . 
a busy, friendly gal. 


4. VENCIE KILPATRICK . . . 
familiar sight with Speed Gra- 
phic in hand . . . credit her 
with most of the fine pictures 
in this book . . . pardon the 
pun, but ... we Lieca . . . 
and want to say thanks . . . 


Peo-ale w-e 'll 

netted labaet . . . 


2. OUR J.V. CHEERLEADERS . . . Sa I lie O'Malley, Audrey Powell, Beverly Boai, Margaret Rutledge, 
head cheerleader . . . Grace Cumming, and Patsy Mills ... six little sticks of dynamite . . . 







Y ~\\ OH 

The end of the school year draws 
near and the time for receiving our 
diplomas and saying good-bye to 
Hampton High School will soon be .. 
with us. It is hoped that the years - 
to come will be brightened by the 
many memories recalled in this rec- ~ 
ord of our senior year, 1952. 


faculty ^bfriectosuf 


Miss Frances Lucyle Allen 

B.S. Longwood College 

Instructor in Health and Physical Education 

Mr. Michael J. Anastasio 

B.A. University of Richmond 

Instructor in Health and Physical Education 

Coach of Baseball 

Mrs. Margaret Farrar Baab 

B.S. Longwood College 
Instructor in English 

Mr. James Pitkin Bailey 

B.A. Randolph-Macon College 
Instructor in Mathematics 

Mrs. Helen Baird 

B.A. Otterbein College, Ohio 
Graduate Work, Ohio State University 
Instructor in Mathematics, First Semester 

Miss Elizabeth Harwood Boyenton 

B.A. College of William and Mary 
M.E. Rutgers University 
Head of English Department 

Mrs. Ann Askew Brinkley 

Graduate of Hampton High School 
Secretary 

Mr. Roderick J. Brit+on 

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
A.M. College of William and Mary 
Director of Instruction in Hampton, 

Phoebus, and Elizabeth City County Schools 

Mr. Earle Roderick Buffington 

A.B. Marshall College 

Head of Distributive Education, Second Semester 

Miss Kathryn Virginia Bully 

B.S. Longwood College 

Head of the Science Department 

Mr. Elbert Lee Carr 

B.A. College of William and Mary 
Instructor in English 

Mrs. Jean Woolwine Clift 

B.S. Mary Washington College 
Instructor in Shorthand, Typing, 
and Bookkeeping 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Clynes 

B.A. University of Kentucky 
M.A. Columbia University 
Head of Art Department 

Mr. C. Peter DeMayo 

B.S. University of Missouri 

Instructor in English, Speech and Dramatics 


Mr. James M. Eason 

B.A. College of William and Mary 
Graduate Work — University of North Carolina 
Head Football Coach 
Director of Athletics 

Mr. Robert H. Fairfield 

B.A. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Instructor in Mechanical Drawing, First Semester 

Miss Evelyn Rachel Gentle 

B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College 
Librarian 

Mr. Richard H. Gibson, Jr. 

B.S. Oswego State Teachers College 
Graduate Work — Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
Instructor in Industrial Arts 

Mrs. Jewel H. Goffigon 

B.S. Mary Washington College 
Head of Commercial Department 

Mr. Edward C. Grimmer 

E.E. University of Virginia 
B.S. College of William and Mary 
M.A. Columbia University 
Assistant Principal 

Miss Nell Stanley Gude 

B.A. Trinity College 
M.A. Fordham University 
Instructor in English 

Miss Elizabeth Ham 

A. B. Indiana University 
M.A. Columbia University 
Head of Spanish Department 

Mr. Sam Hileman 

B. A. University of Virginia 
Instructor in English, First Semester 

Mrs. Helen Honeycutt 

B.S. Appalachian State Teachers College 
Head of Home Economics Department 

Mrs. Doris Hutton 

B.Mus.Ed. Shenandoah Conservatory of Music 
Westminister Choir College 
Christiansen Choral School 
Instructor in Vocal Music 

Mrs. Selena Jacobson 

Madison College 

B.S. Richmond Professional Institute 

Head of Distributive Education, First Semester 

Miss Elsie Gay Lane 

B.A. College of William and Mary 
Graduate Work — College of William and Mary 
Instructor in History 


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faculty jbi'iecta'uf 


Miss Henrietta R. Lanier 

B.S. Madison College 

Instructor in Health and Physical Education 

Mr. C. Alton Lindsay 

B.S. College of William and Mary 
M.A. University of Virginia 
Superintendent of Schools 

Mr. Luther W. Machen 

Bliss Electrical School 

Graduate Work — Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
Pennsylvania State College 
Extension Work — William and Mary, 

University of Virginia 

Director of Vocational and Adult Education 

Mr. H. R. Mahler 

A. B. Washington and Lee University 
M.A. Columbia University 
Instructor in Mathematics 

Miss Mary Lee Oliver 

B. S. Mary Washington College 
Instructor in Biology and Mathematics 

Mrs. Kathryn Parrish 

B.S. University of Virginia 
Head of Mathematics Department 

Miss Annie Louise Patterson 

B.A. Mary Washington College 
Head of Latin Department 

Mr. Platt A. Pearsall 

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
M.S. University of Maine 
Instructor in Physics 

Mr. Joseph Robbins 

B.S. East Tennessee State Teachers College 
Instructor in Vocational Electricity, First Semester 

Miss Hawsie M. Rowe 

B.A. College of William and Mary 
Graduate Work — Wake Forest College 
Extension Work — University of Virginia, 

William and Mary 
Instructor in English 

Mrs. Harold L. Ruggles 

Connecticut State Teachers College 
Dean of Girls 

Mr. Russell Ruggles 

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 

Instructor in Mechanical Engineering, First Semester 

Mr. Junny D. Smith 

B.S. in Business Administration, High Point College 

Graduate Work — William and Mary 

Instructor in Social Studies, History, and Geography 


Miss Mabel Elizabeth Spratley 

B.S. Longwood College 

M.A. College of William and Mary 

Head of Social Studies Department 

Mr. Edward R. Szetela 

B.A. University of Massachusetts 
A.M. Cornell University 
Graduate Work — Clark University 
Cross Country Coach 
Instructor in History 

Mrs. Louise C. Watson 

A. B. Randolph-Macon College 
Instructor in English 

Mr. John L. Thomas 

B. A. University of Richmond 

Instructor in Health and Physical Education 
Coach of Basketball 

Mrs. Peggy P. Thomas 

B.S. College of William and Mary 
Graduate Work — William and Mary 
Instructor in Chemistry 

Mr. H. Wilson Thorpe 

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

Mr. C. E. Topping 

B. A. College of William and Mary 
Graduate Work — University of Virginia 
Head of French Department 

Mrs. Anna Lee Hite Van Buren 

B.Mus.Ed. 

Shenandoah Conservatory of Music 
Instructor in Instrumental Music 

Mrs. Ruth B. Wallio 

B.S. Florida State College for Women 
Instructor in Shorthand and Office Practice 

Miss Ethlyn West 

B.S. Mary Washington College 
Instructor in Shorthand and Bookkeeping 

Mrs. Catharine Spencer Wilson 

B.S. Florida Southern College 
Graduate Work — William and Mary 
Instructor in Biology and Chemistry 

Mrs. June V. Yeates 

A. B. Western Kentucky State College 
Instructor in History 

Miss Beverly Youngs 

B. A. Mary Washington College 
Instructor in Mathematics 


Se+uosi Btatuticl 


Frances Belle Albers 

National Honor Society '51 -'52; Student Assistant 
' 50- ’ 52 ; J.V. Cheerleader ' 50- '51; Krabba Staff '52; 
Senior Announcement Committee Chairman ' 5 1 -'52 ; 
Krabba Highlight '5 1 - ’ 52 ; Garrick Dramatic Club 
'49-'52; Staffs of: "Jane Eyre," "What A Life," "I 
Remember Mama," "The Man Who Came To Din- 
ner," "My Sister Eileen," "The Showoff"; National 
Thespians '52; Girls' Basketball Team '49-'50. 

Margaret Vesper Alcott 

Girls' Chorus '49- ' 52 ; Concert Choir '50-' 5 1 ; A Cap- 
pella Choir ' 5 1 - ' 52 ; Student Assistant ' 5 I -'52 ; Red 
Cross Representative '50; Business Staff of: "Jane 
Eyre," "I Remember Mama"; Staff of Krabba High- 
light '50; National Honor Society '51 - ' 52 . 

Stanley F. Anderson 
Frances Lorraine Anthony 

S.C.A. Representative '49-'50; Staff of: Jane Eyre"; 

Journalism Class ’5 1 -' 52 ; Society Editor and Exchange 
Editor; Hall of Fame '52. 

Melba Aycock 

F.H.A. Club '49-' 52 ; D.E. Club 5 1 - 52; S.C.A. Repre- 
sentative. 

Berndt Gustav Baetke 
Violet Louise Baker 
Wiley Edward Baker 

Football '48- ' 50 ; Varsity Club '48-'5 I ; Baseball ' 50-' 5 1 . 

Peggy Baldwin 

Garricks Dramatics Club ' 50-' 52 ; Staffs of: "I Re- 
member Mama," The Man Who Came To Dinner," 
"My Sister Eileen "; Student Assistant ' 50- ' 52 : Krabba 
Staff '51 -'52, Editor-in-Chief '5 1 - ' 52 . 

Barbara Dale Ball 

Krabba Highlight '49-'52; Garricks Dramatics Club 
' 50-' 52 ; Staffs of: "I Remember Mama," "The Man 
Who Came To Dinner," "My Sister Eileen." 

Barbara Barnett 

S.C.A. Representative '49- ' 50 ; Homeroom Secretary 
49-'50; Homeroom President ' 50- ' 5 1 ; Red C r oss Rep- 
resentative ’ 50- ' 5 1 ; Garricks Dramatics Club '5 1 -"52 : 
F.H.A. Club '51- 52; Concert Choir '5 1 - ' 52 . 

Beverly Kay Bartlett 

Hi C Club '5 1 -'52; F.H.A. Club '49-'50. 

Robert S. Baumgardner 
Johnny Becouvarakis 

Key Club ' 50- ' 52 : Vice-President Sophomore Class 
49-' 50 ; S.C.A. Representative '49-'50; Vice-President 
of S.C.A. 51-52: Vice-President Senior Class '52: 
Varsitv Basketball ' 50- ' 52 : Varsity Baseball ' 50- ' 52 . 

Dorothy Marie Beggerly 
Robert Lane Binda 

Boys' Chorus '50‘ Concert Choir '50. 

Richard Eugene Blanchard 

Basketball '5 I -'52. 

Fredrick Lafon Board 

S.C.A. Representative '49- ' 50 ; Cast of "Happy Jour- 
ney"; Representative at Red Cross Convention '49: 
Circulation Manager of Krabba Highlight ' 49- ' 52 . 

Patricia Ann Booos 

Concert and Marchina Bands '49-' 52 ; Garricks D'a- 
matics Club ' 50- ' 52 ; Staffs of: "I Remember Mama." 
"The Man Who Came To D inner," "My Sister Eileen"; 
Student Assistant '5 1 -'52: National Honor Society 
' 5 I - ' 52 ; Workshop Band '52; Krabba Highlight ' 50- ' 5 I . 
Donald Lee Boles 

Marchino B = nd '49-' 5 1 : Concert Band '5 I - ' 52 ; Bas- 
ketball ’49-'5 1 . 


Jack Boone 

Football 48-'5 1 ; Co-Captain '50; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive '48-'49; Varsity Club '48- ' 52. 

Carolyn Bovey 

S.C.A. '49 - ' 50 ; Music Committee '49-' 52, Chairman 
' 50- ' 5 1 ; Concert Choir '49-' 50, Accompanist ' 50-'52 ; 
A Cappella Choir ' 50-’ 52 : National Honor Society 
'5 1 - ' 52 ; Student Assistant ' 50-' 52 ; Girls' State '51; 
Chairman Refreshment Committee, Jr. -Sr. Prom '51; 
Girls’ Chorus ' 50-' 52 ; Staff of "The Man Who Came 
To Dinner"; Co-Chairman Music Committee, Senior 
Assembly '52; Hall of Fame '52. 

James Harwell Bowen 

Vice-President of the S.C.A. ' 50-' 5 1 ; A Cappella 
Choir ' 50-' 5 1 ; Boys' Chorus '48-' 50 : Basketball '48 - ' 52 , 
Captain '5 1 - ' 52 ; Baseball Team '49-' 50 : Hall of 

Fame '52. 

Arinthia Ann Bradshaw 

Student Assistant '5 1 -'52; National Honor Society 
' 5 1 -’ 52 ; Typist for Krabba '5 1 -' 52 . 

Audrey Marie Brennan 

National Honor Society 5 1 - ' 52 ; Marching Band 
'49- ' 52 ; Concert Band '49-' 52 ; Spring Festival '50. 

William Chapman Britton 

National Honor Society '5 1 - ’ 52 . 

Herman Brown, Jr. 

Baseball Manager '49; Red Cross Representative '51; 
Varsity Club '52. 

Ruth Anne Bruce 

Girls' Chorus '50. 

Donald Stanley Burge 
Shirley Burke 

Student Assistant '5 1 -'52; S.C.A. Representative 
'51- '52 ; Feature Editor, Krabba Highlight Staff 
'5 1 - ' 52 ; Journalism ' 50-’ 52 . 

Clyde Burleson 

S.C.A. Representative; Assembly Shows; Cast of 
"The Showoff "; Slave Auctioneer; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative; Orientation Program; Hall of Fame 52. 

Robert Burriss, Jr. 

Concert Choir '49-' 50 : Boys' Chorus '49-' 52 ; A Cap- 
pella Choir '50-'52; Garrick Dramatics Club 50-'52; 
National Thespians, Treasurer '51-' 52 : Cast of ' I Re- 
member Mama"; Stage Manager of The Man Who 
Came To Dinner," My S'ster Eileen ; Student Direc- 
tor of "The Showoff"; District One Act Play Contest 
'50; Key Club ' 50-' 5 1 ; Orientation Program '50; Na- 
tional Honor Society ' 50- '51; Hall of Fame 52. 

Rosa Allen Burrus 

Journalism ' 5 1 -'52 : Krabba Highlight Staff 5 1 -'52 : 
Concert Choir ' 50- ' 52 ; Girls' Chorus 50- 52; A Cap- 
pella Choir '52. 

Patricia Jacqueline Calloway 

Hall of Fame '52; Varsity Cheerleader ’ 5 I - ' 52 ; Head 
Jr. Va'sity Cheerleader ' 50- ' 5 1 ■ Girls’ Basketball 
' 49 - ' 50 ; Garrick Dramatics Club '49- 52; National 
Thespians '52; Marching Band 49- 50; Concert Band 
49-'52; Student Assistant ' 5 1 - ' 52 ; S.C.A. 52. 

Doris Marie Carli 

Transferred from St. Mary's School in 50; National 
Honor Society '52. 

Marie Bernadette Carine 

National Hono - Society '5 1 - ' 52 ; Garrick Dramatics 
Club '50-'52; Staffs of: "Jane Eyre," "I Remember 
Mama," "The Showoff." 


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Elvin Carpenter 

D.E. C ub; Art Staff, Krabba 52. 

John Randolph Carr, Jr. 

Ha of Fame '52; Concert Band 49-'50; Marching 
Band 49- 50; Key Cub '50-51; Sophomore Class 
President; S.C.A. Representative 50-' 5 1 ; S.C.A. 

President 51- 52; Jr. Varsity Basketball '49-'50: Var- 
sity Basketball 50-51. 

Ann Carter 
Katie Jean Carter 

Cheerleader 50-’52; Marching Band '49-' 5 1 : Concert 
Band 49-51; Dance Band 50- 51: Student Assistant 
'51-52' National Honor Society 51-52; Newspaper 
Staff 51-52; Hall of Fame '52. 

Robert G. Clark 

Key Club 50-'52; Vice-President '52; Concert Band 
'50-51: Marching Band 50- 52: S.C.A. Chaplain 

'51- 52; J.V. Basketba '50- 51; Crosscountry 52; Track 
'52; Ha i of Fame 52. 

Evelyn Clemens 

Student Assistant '50- 52; Krabba Highlight ' 50-' 5 1 : 
Junior Red Cross Representative 51- 52; Girls' Chorus 
'49 -'51- Garrick Dramatics Club ' 50-' 52 ; Staffs of: 
The Man Who Came To Dinner, " My Sister Eileen," 
"I Remember Mama - National Honor Society 
'51-52. 

Doris Frances Clontz 

National Honor Society. 

Richard Alonza Colonna 
William H. Colonna, Jr. 

Marching Band '50- 52; Concert Band '50- 52; Key 
Cub '50- 52; Secretary 51-52' A Cappella Choir 

50- 52 Vice-President 51-52: Science Club '49; Con- 
cert Choir 49-’50; S.C.A. Representative '49; Bovs' 
Chorus 49-52; Staff of The Man Who Came To 
Dinner, Cast and Staff of My Sister Eileen." 

Wilbur Thomas Covington 

Football 49- 51; Krabba Highlight 49; Band ' 50-' 52 . 

Roy Franklyn Cowley 

Basketball 49-'52; T^ack '50; Concert Choir 49. 

Jackie Curlee 

A Cappe a Choir 51- 52; Concert Choir ' 50- ' 5 1 : 
Girls’ Chorus '49- 52: Alternate Cheerleader 5 I -’ 52 • 
S.C.A. Representative 49-51; Garrick Dramatics 
Club 50- ' 52 : Staffs of Our Hearts Were Young 
and Gay, Jane Eyre," I Remember Mama," "The 
Man Who Came To Dinner"; Orientation Program 
50: Krabba Staff 51-52; Student Assistant '51 -’52. 
Martin Damsky 

Krabba Highlight '49-'50: Photographer "51-52: Red 
Cross 50- ' 5 I ; Cast and Staff of "The Man Who Came 
To Dinner "• Garrick Dramatics Club '5 I - ' 52 - S.C.A. 

51- '52- Chairman of Publicity Committee of S.C.A. 
5 1 - ' 52 • Honor Society 51-52; Key Club 51-52. 

Elizabeth Anne Davis 

Krabba Highlight '49-' 5 1 : Society Editor '50: Staff of 
"Jane Eyre My Sister Eileen "; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 49- 50; S.C.A. Representative '50- 52; Dance 
Committee for Jr. -Sr. Prom 51; Cheerleader 50- 52' 
Hal' of Fame ’52. 

John Louis Davis II 

S.C.A. 49-'52; Key C ub '50- 52: Track ’50-'52. Track 
Manager '51; President Nationa 1 Honor Society 
'5 1 -'52 : Vice-President Junior Cass. 

Shirley Virginia Davis 
Tamara Fay Decker 

Concert Choir '49-' 50 ; A Cappe a Choir '50- 52' 
Girls' Chorus '49- 52: Pageant Chorus 49-51; A, 
State Choir 49- 50; Staff of "Jane Eyre." 


Nancy Patrice Diggs 

S.C.A. Representative 49- 52: Garrick Dramatics Cub 
50-'52, Secretary 51- 52; National Thespians 52; Na- 
tional Honor Society 51-' 52 : Cheerleader 51-52; 
Staffs of Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, Jane 
Eyre The Man Who Came To Dinner, I Remem- 
ber Mama, "The Showoff," My Sister Eileen"; 
Girls Chorus 49; Jr. -Sr. Prom Decorations Commit- 
tee 51; Sr. Class Decorations Committee 52; Student 
Assistant 5l-'52. 

Frank Alwin Edgar 

Footba I 48; Basketball '48- 51; S.C.A. 48- 52; Na- 
tiona, Thespians '49- 52; Varsity Cub President 
50- 52; Garricks Dramatics Cub 49- 52; Staff of 
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"; Track 49-51; 
Ha l of Fame '52. 

Frederick Edwards 
Key Club 51 -’52. 

Walter Edward Eggleston 

Key Cub 51-52; Track '50-51; Boys' Chorus '49-'50' 
Concert Choir '49- 50. 

Rita Engleburt 

Spring Festival '50; Jr. Varsity Cheerleader '50-51; 
Varsity Cheerleader 51-52; Decoration Committee, 
Junior Cass '51; Student Assistant 50- 52; S.C.A. 
Representative 51-52; Chairman Decoration Com- 
mittee Sr. Class '52: National Honor Society 51- 52. 
Sherwood Lee Evans 
Donald Everett 

K'abba Highlight Staff; D.E. Club 50- 51. 

Mary Ellen Fekas 

Secretary Junior Class; Chee'leader ' 50-' 5 1 . Head 
Cheer eader ' 5 1 -'52 ; Staffs of I Remember Mama," 
The Man Who Came To Dinner ; Secretary of Senior 
Cass: Krabba Highlight Staff ' 5 1 -' 52 : Krabba Staff 

52- Student Assistant '51-' 52 : Ha of Fame 52. 
Rachel Ann Fischer 
Nancy Marquerite Fisher 
Hugh Donald Fitzgerald 

Football '49-51; S.C.A. Representative 48; Audio- 
graphic Staff '50. 

Shirley Ann Fond 

Gir s’ Chorus '50: Spring Festival 50. 

Joyce Ann Forbes 
Clarice Jean Forrest 

A CaDpe a Choir '51-' 52 : Concert Choir 50-' 5 1 : 
Staff of Jane Eyre," "The Man Who Came To Din- 
ner "■ Girs Chorus '49-52' Y.O.B. Cub Secretary- 
Treasurer 5 1 . 

Betty Alma Freeman 
Basketba 4°- 5 I . 

Charles Whitfield Gabler 
Virginia Lou Fuller 

Spring Festival 50; Girls Chorus 49 '50: Nat’ona! 
Honor Society 51- 52; Krabba High : ght Staff '51-' 52. 

Betty Lee Gammell 
Clair Roberts Gay 
Joan Gibson 

Baske‘'b= I 49-'52; Hal! of Fame 52. 

Henry Goodson, Jr. 

Marching Band '49-'52; Concert Band 49-52' Con- 
cert Choir ' 5 1 -'52 ; A Cappe'la Choir 51- 52' Boys' 
Chorus '50-’52. 

John Bryan Hall, Jr. 

Footba ' 48 -' 5 1 ■ Baseba" 50- 5 1 ■ Varsity Club '48-'5 1 . 
Treasurer 49-’50. 

Marv Dale Gravatt 

Nat'ona Honor Society '51- 52- Concert Cho’r ’ 50-' 52 • 
G* r' s' Chorus '49-' 5 1 : Pageant Cho'us '49-’50' Staff of 
Jane Eyre "I Remember Mama." 


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Walter Hopkins Graham 

Key Club 51 52 : Basketball Manager 5 1 52 : Track 
Manager 50- ' 5 I ; Cross Country Team '51; J.V. Foot- 
ball 50- 51; Projectionists Staff ’49-'52; Junior- Senior 
Prom Committee '51; Junior Class Representative 
' 50-' 5 1 . 

Robert Leon Hall 

Audiographic Staff ' 50- 52. 

Dolores Ann Harmon 

Concert Choir '51 -'52; Girls' Chorus ' 50-' 52 ; Hi C 
Club 51 -'52. 

Marjorie Mae Harris 

Concert Choir '49-51; Hall of Fame '52; A Cap- 
pella Choir '51-52; Girls' Chorus 49-'52; S.C.A. 
Representative 50-51; S.C.A. Music Committee 
'49 - ’ 52 : S.C.A. Publicity Committee '50-51; Gar- 
rick Dramatics Club '50-‘52; National Thespians 
' 50- ' 52 ; Vice-President ' 5 1 -'52 ; Staff of "Our Hearts 
Were Young and Gay." My Sister Eileen," Cast 
and Staff of 'I Remember Mama," "Jane Eyre," 
Staff of The Man Who Came To Dinner"; Cast of 
"Jane Eyre" for District and State Contest; Orienta- 
tion Committee '51; Krabba Highlight '50-' 5 1 ; Stu- 
dent Assistant ' 5 1 -’52 ; Junior Assembly Committee 
'51; National Honor Society '51- 52. 

Ashley Blair Harr'son 
James Sheridan Harvey 
Catherine Louise Hawkins 

Girls' Chorus '50; Spring Festival '50; National Honor 
Society '51-52; F.H.A. Club '52. 

Carolyn Haywood 

Garrick Dramatics Club ' 50- ' 52 , Treasurer 50- 52; 
Refreshment Committee Jr. -Sr. Prom '51; Krabba 
Staff 51-52; Red Cross Representative '51-' 52 ; S.C.A. 
Representative '49. 

Ruth Elizabeth Haywood 
Betty Page Hearn 

Garrick Dramatics Club '5 I -'52: Staffs of "Jane Eyre," 
"The Man Who Came To Dinner," "I Remember 
Mama"; Concert Choir ' 50-' 52 ; Girls' Chorus '49-' 52 : 
Spring Festival '50; Junior Red Cross Representa- 
tive ’49-'50. 

Rudolph Hendricks 

Football '49 -' 5 1 , Co-Captain '51; Baseball ' 50-' 5 1 . Co- 
Captain '51; S.C.A. Representative '48; Mixed Chorus 
'49; Varsity Club ' 48 -' 52 , Vice-President '51-' 52. 

Lloyd Hicks 

Krabba Staff '49-'52; Key Club '49-'5 1 ; Football 
'48 -51, Co-Captain '51; Track '48 -'51, Co-Captain 
50- ' 5 1 ; A Cappella Choir '49 -'51; Boys' Chorus '49; 
Concert Choir 49; Concert Band '48 -'51; Dance Band 
'50; All Stafe Band '49-'50; Varsity Club '48 51; Hall 
of Fame '52. 

Herbert Gray Hobbs 

Concert Choir '49-'50; A Cappella Choir ' 50-' 52 , 
Secretary-Treasurer ' 50- ' 5 1 ; Boys' Quartet '50- 52; 
S.C.A. Representative 49 - ' 50 ; Chaplain ' 50- ' 5 1 : Boys' 
State ' 50-' 5 1 , Lt. Governor '51; Key Club ' 50-' 52 . 
President '5 1 -'52, District Lt. Governor; President, 
Junior Class; President, Senior Class; Hall of Fame 
'52. 

Jack Hendricks 

D.E. Club '51 -'52. 

Robert Wayne Hibarger 

Red Cross Representative '51 -'52; Baseball 50-52; 
J.V. Football '50; S.C.A. Representative '49. 

John L. Hobqood 

S.C.A. Representative '49 - ' 50 ; Red Cross Representa- 
tive 50-' 5 I : Tennis Team '51; Krabba Highlight Staff 
‘49-'50. 


Walter D. Hoffman, Jr. 

Boys' Chorus '51; Junior Red Cross Representative 
'5 1 - 52. 

Virginia Anne Hogge 

S.C.A. '49- ’ 50 ; Student Assistant, Vice-President '51, 
President '52; Concert Choir '50-51; A Cappella 
Choir '52; Girls' Chorus ' 50-' 52 ; National Honor So- 
ciety '51- 52; Garrick Dramatics Club '50-'5l ; National 
Thespians '51-52, Secretary '51-' 52 : Staffs of "The 
Man Who Came To Dinner," "My Sister Eileen," "The 
Showoff"; Cast of I Remember Mama"; Chairman 
Jr. Assembly Committee, Girls' State '51; Senior As- 
sembly '52. 

Harry Nelson Holland 

Audiographic Staff. 

Lynn Holliday 

S.C.A. '49, '5 1 -’52 ; Girls' Chorus '49- 52; Concert 
Choir ' 49 - ' 50 ; A Cappella Choir ' 50-' 52 ; Student As- 
sistant '50, President '51 -'52; Pageant Chorus 49-'50. 

Lee Holmes 

Cross Coun+y ' 50- 51; S.C.A. 50- 52 ; National Honor 
Society ' 5 1 -’52 ; Key Club ' 5 1 -' 52 : Garrick Dramatics 
Club '51-' 52 ; Cast of The Man Who Came To Din- 
ner"; Krabba Advertisement Staff '52; Hall of 
Fame '52. 

Barbara Ann Holston 

Majorette ' 50- ' 5 I ; Girls' Chorus 50- 52 ; Journalism 
'52. 

Billy House 

Homeroom President '49-'50; D.E. Club ' 50-’ 5 1 . 

Margaret Arline Hubbard 
Michele Ann Hughes 

Red Cross Representative 49-'50; National Honor 
Society '51 -'52; Girls' Chorus ’ 50-' 5 1 ; Concert Choir 
' 50-' 52 ; Staff of "Jane Eyre" 50. T 

Joan Evelyn Hunt 
Jack Gray Jennings 
Elizabeth Ann Jenkins 

Girls' Chorus '50- 52; Concert Choir '50-'52. 

Jane Johnson 

Krabba Highlight Staff ' 50-' 5 1 ; Vice-President, Na- 
tional Honor Society ' 5 1 52 ; S.C.A. Representative 
' 5 1 -'52 ; Girls' Basketball Team ' 5 1 -' 52 ; Garrick Dra- 
matics Club '50- 52; Staffs of "Jane Eyre," "The 
Man Who Came To Dinner," Our Hearts Were 
Young and Gay," "I Remember Mama," The Show- 
off"; Secretary of Sophomore Class; Treasurer of 
Junior Class, Treasurer of Senior Class; Har of 
Fame '52; National Thesp ans '52. 

Patricia Jane Irwin 

Concert Choir ' 5 I - ’ 52 ; Girls' Chorus 49- 52; S.C.A. 
Representative 49; Staff of "I Remember Mama 
D.E. Club ' 5 1 - ’ 52 ; Krabba Highlight Staff 50-' 5 1 : 
Spring Festival '50. 

Janet Jernigan 

Concert Choir '49-'50; A Cappella Choir 50- 5 1 . 

Martha Naomi Joyner 

Home Economics C : ub ' 50-'52 ; Jr. Red Cross President 
'5 1 -' 52 ; S.C.A. Representative ' 50. 

Lola Louise Jones 

Garrick Dramatics Club 50-' 52 ; Staffs of Our 
Hearts Were Young and Gay," Jane Eyre," The 
Man Who Came To Dinner," "I Remember Mama,' 
"The Showoff"; Debating Club '49-' 50 : Nationa 

Honor Society '51-52; Senio" Invitation Committee 
Jr. -Sr. Prom Committee. 

Neal Reynolds Johnson 
Eugenia Keener 

Spring Festival '50; Girls’ Chorus '49-'50: Concert 
Choir ' 5 1 - ' 52 ; Krabba Highlight Staff '5 1 -’52. 


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Carleton Haddock Jones, Jr. 

Marching Band '50- 51; Concert Band ' 50-' 5 1 ; Drum 
Major 51; Vice-President of Band 52; Track 51; 
Concert Choir 51; A Cappeila Choir '5 1 -'52 ; Key 
Club '51- 52. 

Martha Marie Joyner 

Concert Choir 49- 50; A Cappeila Choir ’ 50- 52 ; 
Pageant Chorus '49-51 ; Girls’ Chorus 49-’52; Stu- 
dent Assistant '51- 52; Staffs of Jane Eyre," "I Re- 
member Mama"; Red Cross Representative '50-'5l. 

Mildred Shirley Kemp 

National Honor Society '51-52; Student Assistant 

50- 52, Treasurer 51-52; S.C.A. Representative 

51- 52; Garrick Dramatics Club '50- 52, President 
5 1 -' 52 ; National Thespian Society 5 1 -'52 ; Staffs of 
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," "Jane Eyre," "I 

Remember Mama," The Man Who Came To Din- 
ner," "My Sister Eileen," The Showoff"; Costume 
committee Senior Assembly '52. 

Freddie King 

Tennis Team '51; Concert Choir 49-'50; Boys’ Chorus 
'49- 50. 

Gilbert Kirkpatrick 

National Honor Society; Concert Choir '49-'50: A 
Cappeila Choir '50- 52; Boys' Chorus '49-'52; Cast 
of "The Man Who Came To Dinner." 

Arthur Joseph Kohler 
Joan Claire Kuss 
William Reid Kyle, Jr. 

Football '49-' 5 1 ; Concert Choir '50-'52: Boys' Chorus 
50- 52 ; Business Manager, Marching Band ’ 50. 

Thomas Mitchell LaBarbera 

D.E. Club. 

Marion Virginia Latshaw 

Student Assistant; Newspaper Staff; Basketball Team; 
National Honor Society, Garrick Dramatics Club. 

Julia Donna Ledford 

S.C.A. '49-'50; Red Cross '49- 50. 

Margaret Hazel Lee 
Janie Leggett 
Robert James Lester 

Cross Country '49; Basketball '50-'52; Track 50-’52; 
Varsity Club 49-’52; S.C.A. Representative ' 50- ' 52 ; 
Jr. -Sr. Prom Committee '51; Decoration Committee, 
Sr. Class '52. 

Ronald Welford Lipscomb 
Harvey Ronnie Long 

Hall of Fame '52; Track '49-'52, Captain '52; Cross 
Country '51-' 52. Captain '52; Varsity Club ’ 50- ' 52 . 

Geraldine Garland Luck 

Staff of "I Remember Mama"; S.C.A. '49; Exchange 
Editor of Krabba Highlight '52; Editor-in-Chief of 
Journalism Class '51; Junior Red Cross Representa- 
tive 52; National Honor Society '5 1 -'52. 

Betty Marple 

Orientation Program 50; Girls' Chorus ’50-’52; Con- 
cert Choir ’ 50- ' 5 1 ; A Cappeila Choir '5 1 -'52 ; Spring 
Festival '50; Co-Manager of Basketball Team ' 50- ' 5 1 : 
Garrick Dramatics Club 50-’52; Staffs of "I Re- 
member Mama," "The Man Who Came To Dinner"; 
F.H.A. Club 50-'5l; Red Cross Representative 
'49-'50. 

Shirley Mahanes 

Marchinq Band '49-' 52 ; Concert Band '49-'52; Spring 
Festival '50. 

Barbara Lee Magin 
Cecil Manning 

Marchinq Band '49-' 5 I ; Concert Band ’49-'5l; Audio- 
qraohic Staff '49-'5 I . 

D^vid GHdwell Mason 


Audrey Pearl Martin 

Vice-President F.H.A. Club; Representative from 
H.H.S. tor State F.H.A.; Convention at Madison Col- 
lege 51; Red Cross Representative 49; Concert Choir 
'5 1 -’52; Girls' Chorus '49-'50; Spring Festival 50; 
Staff of "The Showoff." 

David A. G. Mathieson, Jr. 

Assistant Football Manager '49-50; Manager '51; 
Varsity Club '52. 

Marlene Mauro 

Student Assistant '50-'52; Dramatics Ciub 50- 52; 
Staffs of The Man Who Came To Dinner," I Re- 
member Mama," "Our Hearts Were Young and 
Gay," "The Showoff"; Krabba Highlight Staff 49- 
'52; S.C.A. Representative 51- 52. 

Doris Anne McCraw 

Majorette ' 50- '51; Girls' Chorus ' 52. 

Kenneth McDonald, Jr. 

Hali of Fame '52; Garrick Dramatics Club '50- 52; 
National Honor Society 5 1 - 52 ; Key Club '5 1 -' 52 ; 
Track '5 1 -'52; Cross Country '51; S.C.A. Representa- 
tive '51- 52; Varsity Club '51-' 52 . 

James Robertson McElheney 

Concert Choir. 

Jewell Elizabeth McIntosh 

Girls' Chorus ' 50- ' 5 1 ; Hi-C Club '51- 52; S.C.A. Rep- 
resentative '51- 52; Hall of Fame '52. 

Mary Jane Miller 

Concert Choir '49- 52; Newspaper Staff ' 50-' 5 1 ; Girls' 
Chorus '49-'52; Dramatic Staff ' 50-' 5 1 ; Cast of The 
Man Who Came To Dinner" ' 50. 

Shirley Mae Miller 

Basketball '50-'5l; Y.O.B. '51. 

Flemon Mills, Jr. 

William Joseph Monta 
Sylvia Alice Moody 

Concert Choir; A Cappeila Choir; Marching Band; 
Concert Band; Girls' Chorus; Garrick's Dramatics 
Club. 

Madelon Isabelle Morris 
Thomas E. Morris 
Ellen Mott 
D.E. Club. 

John Muir 
Richard Neil 
Emma Jean Nelson 

Girls' Chorus '50; F.H.A. ' 5 1 -'52. 

Betty Winters Newsome 
Hi-C Club '5 1 -'52. 

Edith Marvette Nichols 
Robert Nichols 

Concert Band ' 50-' 5 I . 

Beverly Jean Nicholson 
Marvin Eddie Nitso 
Lona Mae Nulty 
James Wayland Nunn 
Anne Gertrude Overman 

Girls' Chorus '49-'50; Red Cross Representative 
'51-52: Student Assistant '51- 52; Garrick Dramatics 
Club 50-'52, Vice-President '51-52; National Thespian 
Society '51 -'52; Staffs of "Our Hearts Were Younq 
and Gay," "Jane Eyre," "I Remember Mama," "The 
Man V/ho Came To Dinner," "My Sister Eileen " 
'The Showoff." 

Betty Jean Oliver 
Lucy Marie Osborne 
Robert Wayne Nuckles 

S.C.A. Representative ' 5 1 -'52 ; Key Club '51- 52; Con- 
cert Choir ' 50 -'51; Concert Band 50-51; March ng 
Band '50- 51. 


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Jeanie Carol Outten 

Invitation Committee; Hall of Fame '52. 

Gail Rushing Patrick 

Marching Band '49-'5l; Concert Band '49-’52, Secre- 
tary 51-52. 

Pauline Emily Patterson 

National Honor Society '51-52; Girls' Chorus '50; 
Concert Choir '5 1 -' 52 ; Newspaper Staff '51; Staff of 
"Jane Eyre"; Pageant Chorus '49 - ' 50. 

Norma Jean Pickeral 
Neva Pierce 

Transferred from Jamesville, North Carolina. 

Gwen Pingley 

S.C.A. Representative '49-' 50 : Journalism Classes 

' 50-'5 1 ; Staffs of "Jane Eyre," "The Man Who Came 
To Dinner," The Showoff"; Student Assistant ’50- 52; 
National Honor Society '5 1 - ' 52 , Secretary '51- 52. 

Richard Henry Pingley, Jr. 

Marching Band '49-' 52 ; Concert Band '49-' 52 ; Concert 
Choir '51 -'52. 

Claire Rhodine Pinkerton 
Faye Whitley Pollock 

Newspaper Staff '49; Girls' Chorus '49-' 50 : Dramatics 
Club '49-' 50 ; Thespians '52; Cast of "Our Hearts 
Were Young and Gay," "Jane Eyre"; Staff of I 
Remember Mama," "The Man Who Came To Din- 
ner," "My Sister Eileen," "The Showoff"; Concert 
Band ' 50-' 52 ; Marching Band ' 50-' 52 ; Student Assistant 
'5 I - ' 52 ; Hall of Fame '52. 

Martha Jane Powell 

Krabba Highlight Staff '49-‘50; Krabba Staff '51-' 52 ; 
National Honor Society '51 -'52; Student Assistant 
' 5 1 -' 52 ; S.C.A. Representative '5 1 -'52. 

Jacqueline Deline Price 
James Craft Priode 
Ralph Quinn 

D.E. Club '51 -'52. 

George Walter Raines 

Vice-President of Projectionist Staff '50. 

Carson Crafford Rector 
Helen Ernestine Reed 

Girls' Chorus '49-' 50 ; Concert Choir ' 50-' 52 : Gar- 
rick Dramatics Club ’50-'52; Staffs of "The Man Who 
Came To Dinner," "Jane Eyre," "My Sister Eileen." 

Shirley Galen Reese 

National Honor Society ' 5 1 -' 52 ; Student Assistant 
'50-'52; Concert and Marching Band '49 -’ 52 ; Work- 
shop Band '52; Newspaper '49; Garrick Dramatics 
Club ' 50-' 52 ; Staffs of "I Remember Mama," "The 
Man Who Came To Dinner," "My Sister Eileen." 
Thomas M. Reid 

Key Club ' 5 1 -' 5 2 ; Basketball Manager '50. 

Ruby Francine Rickman 

Girls Chorus '49 -' 52 ; Concert Choir '50- 52. 

Barbara Rogers 

F.H.A. Club '49 - ' 52 ; Staffs of "I Remember Mama," 
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"; Journalism 
'51-' 52 ; Krabba Highlight Staff ' 5 1 - ' 52 ; Concert Choir 
' 50- ' 52 ; Girls' Chorus '50-'52; Red Cross Representa- 
tive ' 50-' 5 1 ; Senior Invitation Committee. 

Joseph Franklin Robison 
Mary Alice Regier 

S.C.A. Representative '49-' 52 : Debating Club '49-'50; 
Student Assistant '50-'52; Varsity Cheerleader '51 -'52; 
J.V. Cheerleader ' 50- ' 5 1 r Junior Prom Committee '51; 
S.C.A. Election Committee ' 5 1 -'52 ; Garrick Dramatics 
Club '50-'52; National Thespians '51 -'52; Staffs of 
"I Remember Mama," "My Sister Eileen," "The 
Showoff," Cast of "The Man Who Came To Dinner"; 
National Honor Society '5 1 -'52. 


Shirley JoAnn Rogers 

S.C.A. Representative ’49; Girls' Basketball '49 -'50 ; 
Varsity Cheerleader '50- 52. 

Dorothy Madeline Ross 

Girls' Chorus 49- 52; F.H.A. Club; Concert Choir 
49 '52. 

Nancy O'Neil Rowe 

National Honor Society ' 5 1 - ’ 52 ; S.C.A. Treasurer 
'51 -'52; Chairman Welfare Committee '52; Student 
Assistant '51-52; Garrick Dramatics Club ' 50-' 52 ; 
Staffs of You Can't Take It With You," "Our Hearts 
Were Young and Gay," "Jane Eyre," "My Sister 
Eileen," "I Remember Mama," "The Showoff"; Senior 
Typist '52; Typist for Krabba Staff 52; Homeroom 
Newspaper Agent '49 -' 5 1 . 

Susan McGraw Rowe 

National Honor Society '51 -'52; A Cappeila Choir 
51- 52; Concert Choir ' 50- 5 1 ; Girls Chorus '49-' 5 1 ; 
Student Assistant ' 5 1 -'52 ; Krabba Highlight Staff 
‘50; S.C.A. Representative '51; National Thespian 
Society '5 1 -'52, President '51-' 52 ; Garrick Dramatic 
Club ' 50-' 52 ; Staffs of "Jane Eyre," "I Remember 
Mama," "My Sister Eileen," The Showoff"; Student 
Director of "The Man Who Came to Dinner." 

Terriel Howard Royals 

President of Projectionist Club '50- 51; Journalism 
Class ' 50- ' 52 ; Red Cross ' 50-' 5 1 . 

Robert Francis Ruth 

Concert Choir 49 - 50 ; A Cappeila Choir 1 50-' 52 ; 
Boys’ Chorus '49- ' 52 ; Pageant Chorus '49 -' 5 1 ; March- 
ing Band '49-’50; All State Chorus '49-'50. 

John Robert Rutledge 

Concert Choir 49-'50; A Cappeila Choir ' 50-’ 52 ; 
Drum Major Marching Band '49 -'51; Concert Band 
49-51; Boys' Chorus '49-'52; J.V. Basketball 49-' 50 ; 
Varsity Basketball '50- 52 ; Key Club ' 5 1 -' 52 r Track 
'49-' 5 1 ; Baseball '52; Boys' Barbershop Quartet. 
Connie Lee Sanders 

Cheerleaders '5 I - ' 52 : Garrick Dramatics Club ' 50-' 52 • 
Staff of "I Remember Mama"; Krabba Highlight 
' 50-' 52 ; Red Cross '51; Hall of Fame '52. 

Hazel Marie Sauls 

Girls' Chorus 49-'50; Concert Choir '49-' 50 ; A Cap 
pella Choir '51-' 52 ; National Honor Society '5 1 - ' 52 

Edker Saunders 
Robert Elwood Saunders 
Ruby Lee Saunders 

National Honor Society '5 I -'52; Concert Choir ' 50-' 5 I ; 
Girls' Chorus '49 - ' 52 ; A Cappeila Choir '5 I -' 52 ; Hi-C 
Club 51 -'52. 

Robert Eugene Scott 

Tennis Team '5 1 - ' 52 ; Projectionist Club '51. 

Mary Aurelia Searls 
Barbara Jane Selby 

Student Assistant; Usherette for "The Showoff. 1 

Lila Kay Seyffert 

Garrick Dramatics Club '49-'52; National Thespians 
52; Concert Choir '50-52; Girls' Chorus ' 50-' 52 ■ 
Staffs of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," "Jane 
Eyre," "I Remember Mama," "The Showoff'; National 
Honor Society '51- 52. 

Linwood Ellis Seymour 
Betty Mae Sholar 
Audrey Juanita Sherman 
Loretta May Smith 

Girls' Chorus '49-' 50. 

Nettie Elizabeth Smith 
Richard Douglas Smith 

Red Cross ' 49 -'52; S.C.A. '49-'50; Cast of "I Remem 
ber Mama"; Krabba Highlight ' 5 1 -'52 . 


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Patricia Josephine Smith 
Robert Hayden Smith, Jr. 

National Honor Society 51- 52; Concert Choir '49- 52; 
Marching Band '49-'50: Key Club '51- 52; Football '51. 

Sylvia Ann Smith 

Concert Choir 50-'52; Student Assistant '50- 52; Girls' 
Chorus '49- 52; Spring Festival 50; Garrick Dra- 
matics Club '5 1 -'52 ; Staffs of "I Remember Mama,’ 
''The Man Who Came To Dinner," "My Sister Eileen"; 
National Honor Society 5 1 -'52 ; Junior-Senior Prom 
Committee '51. 

William Eden Smith, Jr. 

Football '49-51 ; Track '49; Assembly Committee 
' 50-'5 1 ; S.C.A. Representative for Varsity Club '51; 
Varsity Club; Hall of Fame 52. 

Ellen Lee Snyder 
Amos Arthur Spady, Jr. 

Marcia Ellen Speegle 

Concert Choir '49 - ' 52 ; J.V. Cheerleader 50-51; Var- 
sity Cheerleader '5 1 -'52 ; Marching Band '49-'5l; 
Girls' Chorus '52; Krabba Highlight '49; Cast of "The 
Man Who Came To Dinner." 

Sidney Thomas Spencer 

Key Club ' 5 1 -' 52 ; National Honor Society ' 5 1 -' 52 ; 
Chairman, Cap and Gown Committee 52. 

Jacqueline Ann Stacey 
Robert Eugene Strawn, Jr. 

Concert Choir 49-51; D.E. Club 51-52; Boys 
Chorus '49-'5 1 . 

Mary Louise Strickland 

Krabba Highlight '49-'5l; Garrick Dramatic Club 
'50-'52; Staff of "I Remember Mama," "The Man 
Who Came To Dinner, My Sister Eileen ; Krabba 
Staff '5 1 -'52; Student Assistant '50-'52; Girls' Chorus 
'49-'50; Spring Festival '50. 

Kenneth Tappen 

Football Manager '49-'50; Football '51; J.V. Basket- 
ball '50- 5 1 ; Baseball '52. 

Shirley Woodsen Terrell 

Concert Choir ' 50- ' 52 ; Journalism Class 52; National 
Honor Society '5 1 -'52 ; Staffs of "I Remember Mama," 
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." 

Sylvia Ann Thomas 

National Honor Society '5 1 -'52; Student Assistan* 
'50-' 52 ; S.C.A. ’50-'5l; Krabba Highlight Staff '51- 
'52; Staffs of "Jane Eyre," "Our Hearts Were Young 
and Gay." 

Clara Belle Thorn 

Concert Choir '49-' 51; Girls Chorus 49-50; D.E. 
Club '51 -'52; F.H.A. Club 50-'5l ; Hi-C Club '5l-'52; 
Red Cross Representative '5 1 -’52. 

Thomas Tyler Thompson 

Hall of Fame '52; Track '5 1 -'52 ; Cross Country '51; 
Key Club '51 -'52; Key Club, Corresponding Secre- 
tary '52; Secretary of Jr. Academy of Science; Staffs 
of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," The Man 
Who Came To Dinner," "The Showoff ; The National 
Thespians; National Honor Society; S.C.A. Repre- 
sentative of Key Club; Executor of Last Will and 
Testament. 

Janet Todd 

Paqeant Chorus 49-'50; Girls' Chorus 50- 52' Concert 
Choir ' 50- ' 52 ; National Honor Society '51-' 52 ; Staffs 
of "You Can't Take It With You," "Jane Eyre." 

John Benjamin Tyler 
Edward Earl Tyndall, Jr. 

Eleanor Frances Turner 
Glenn Turner 

Concert Choir '49-'50; A Cappetla Choir 51; S.C.A. 
’49-‘5l. 

Harrison Phoebus Vanderilice 
Richard Henry Viancour, Jr. 


Richard Henry Wainford 

Boys Cnorus; Concert Choir; A Cappella Choir; 
Junior League Basketball '50; Senior League Bas- 
ketball 51; Transferred from Brunswick, Maine. 

Donald Wade 
Richard Thomas Wallace 

J.V. Football '48; D.E. Club, Treasurer '51. 

Randall Watkins 

Marching Band 49-' 5 1 ; Concert Band 49- ' 50 ; Key 
Club 49- 52; D.E. Club ' 50-' 5 1 ; Boys' Chorus ' 50-' 5 1 ; 
Red Cross Representative ' 5 1 -'52. 

Grace Lee Wells 

Student Assistant ' 5 1 -'52 ; National Honor Society 
5 1 -'52. 

Betty Joan West 

Girls' Chorus 49-'52; Junior Red Cross Representa- 
tive 50-'52; Concert Choir '5 1 - ’ 52 ; National Honor 
Society '5 1 -'52 

Earl Douglas West 
Randolph Talley West 
Mary Jane Weston 

Girls' Chorus 49-'50; D.E. Club '5 1 - ’ 52 ; F.H.A. Club 
'50-'5 1 ; Y.O.B. Club '50- 51 . 

Frederick White 
Francis Allan Wiggle 

Cross Country '50-'5l; Track '5 1 -'52; S.C.A. Repre- 
sentative 50- ' 5 1 ; Key Club '5 1 - ' 52 ; Vice-President of 
Homeroom 312. 

James Dixon Wiles 

Key Club '50-'52, Treasurer '52; Krabba Highlight 
Staff 49-'52, Editor-in-Chief '51-52; Krabba, Sports 
Editor '52; S.C.A. Representative 49-’52; Red Cross 
Representative ’51; Class Historian '52; Basketball 
' 50- ’ 5 1 ; Hall of Fame '52. 

Patricia Williams 

Jouralism '50-'5l; Garrick Dramatics Club '49-'52; 
Staffs of "Jane Eyre," "The Man Who Came To 
Dinner," "My Sister Eileen," "I Remember Mama"; 
Newspaper Staff '49-'5l; Red Cross '51; Hall of 
Fame '52. 

Barbara Jean Williams 

Student Assistant '5 1 -' 52 ; National Honor Society 
'51-' 52 ; Senior Class Poet '52. 

Kenneth Ross Williams 

Audiographic Staff '49-'5l. 

Edward Williams 

Football '49-'5 1 ; Track '50-'52; S.C.A. '50; Varsity 
Club ’ 50-' 52 ; Hall of Fame '52. 

Norma Lou Willis 

S.C.A. Representative ’ 50- ' 52 ; Cheerleader ' 50-' 52 . 

F. Holman Wood, Jr. 

Concert Choir '49-'50; A Cappella Choir '5 1 -'52. 
President; Key Club ' 50-' 52 ; S.C.A. Representative 
'49-’50; Boys' Chorus '49-’50. 

Ruth Woodall 

Hi-C Club ' 5 1 -’ 52 ; Staff of "I Remember Mama." 

Carroll Patricia Woodward 

National Honor Society '51 -'52; Staffs of "My Sister 
Eileen," "I Remember Mama." 

Joyce Lorraine Wunder 

Krabba Highlight '49-' 5 1 ; Garrick Dramatics Club 
’ 50- ’ 52 ; Staffs of "I Remember Mama," "The Man 
Who Came To Dinner," "My Sister Eileen"; Student 
Assistant '50-'52: Girls' Chorus '49-'52; Concert Choir 
' 5 1 -'52 ; Spring Festival '50; Junior Prom Committee 
Georqe Wynne 

Basketball '49-'52; Baseball ’50-'52. 

Mary Jane Youse 

Transferred from Allentown, Pennsylvania; Krabba 
Staff '52; Staff and Cast of "I Remember Mama,” 
Staff of "The Man Who Came To Dinner"; Speak- 
er's Club. 

Erlath W. Zuehl, Jr. 


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Appliance and Television Center 
13-15 East Queen Street 
Dial 4345 
★ 

We Sell All the f amous Makes 

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• H. & H. SELMER 

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Complete Repair Department 

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210 28TH STREET NEWPORT NEWS, VA.* 


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Peninsula’s Oldest Fuel Oil Dealer 

★ 

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Richfield Gasoline and Oils 

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Dial: Hampton 6181 

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HAPPY 


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FURNISHERS 


NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


PENINSULA FUEL OIL 
COMPANY 
Gulf Oil Products 

Fuel Oil — Kerosene — Gasoline 
Marine Plytvood 

★ 

52 5 Bridge Street 

P. O. Box 321 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Compliments of 

PENINSULA HARDWARE 
COMPANY 
of Hampton, Inc. 

REUBEN M. CHURCH, Manager 

★ 

1711 Kecoughtan Road 

Phone: N. N. 2-4121 


LADIES’ FASHION PARLOR 

MISS MARGARET SMITH 

Ladies ’ Ready-to-Wear 

★ 

1 6 East Queen Street 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Day Phone Nite Phones 

6395 4857 & 6206 

NORTH KING STREET 
MOTOR SERVICE 

418 North King Street 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
Auto Glass Installed 
General Automotive Repairing 
24 -Hour Wrecker Service 
Body and Fender Work 
Howard Cook Herbie West 


Compliments 

of 

SUPERIOR MOTORS, INCORPORATED 

Hampton’s Line oln-Mer cur y Dealer 

★ 

1615 KECOUGHTAN ROAD 

PHONE: N. N. 5-1816 


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Compliments 

of 

WYATT BROTHERS, INC. 

★ 

The Store For Men 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

PARAMOUNT CLEANERS 

WILLIAM H. GUY 

The Very Best in Dry Cleaning 

Real Estate and General 

★ 

Insurance 

DIAL 43 64 

★ 

63 Bridge Street 

1 8 South King Street 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Southampton Shopping Center 

Dial 4261 

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ROANE & LANKFORD 

BARCLAY & SONS 

Radio and T elevision 

Jewelers 

Sales and Service 

★ 

19 West Queen Street 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Diamonds — Watches — Silver 
Jewelry 

★ 

5912 Washington Avenue 

Dial 7568 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 

BOWDITCH MOTORS, INC. 

"The Home of Granddaddy Bill Bowditch ” 

Ford Cars and T rucks 

800 KECOUGHTAN ROAD 

Hampton, Virginia 

Phone: N. N. 5-1268 


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Aerial View of City of Hampton 

More than three hundred and forty years have passed since the inevit- 
able and initiative steps were first taken in 1610 to establish Hampton. 
Hampton has endured many strenuous years and has striven continu- 
ally to remain a progressive city. The rich history of Hampton is both 
great and colorful. Its past has been illustrious. It has indeed played 
an eminent roll in the development of the lower peninsula of Virginia. 
Although there has been much progress made since the incorporation of 
Hampton in 1887, still there is much work left for the future if Hamp- 
ton is to continue on the ever-winding road of progress. The strength 
of Hampton must not falter. Its progress must not cease. The City 
of Hampton must endure. 

★ 

CITY OF HAMPTON 

r ' Oldest Continuous English-speaking Settlement in America ” 


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INFORMATION CONCERNING ELIZABETH CITY 
COUNTY AND ITS GOVERNMENT 

BRIEF HISTORY OF COUNTY: Although the first white people to put foot on 
Elizabeth City County soil was in 1607, the area was not settled until July, 
1610, and has since been continuously populated. Elizabeth City County 
was formed in 1634 with a Sheriff as administrator and named for Queen 
Elizabeth I of England. The City of Hampton separated from Elizabeth 
City County on January 1, 1940. On March 9, 18 62, in the waters of Hamp- 
ton Roads the famous battle between the vessels, the "Merrimac” and 
Monitor,” was fought. It was on the night of August 7, 1862, that Con- 
federate General Magruder ordered the old Dominion Dragoons to burn 
the city of Hampton in order to slow advance of Federal forces. 

AREA: With an area of 56 square miles, the County is next to the smallest in 
the State. 

FORM OF GOVERNMENT: In 1942 the County adopted the COUNTY BOARD 
FORM of government, one of the three improved optional forms of county 
government provided by Acts of the General Assembly. The adoption of 
this form of government was by popular vote of the people. It establishes a 
chief administrative office filled by a County Executive who is responsible 
to the Board of Supervisors for the proper administration of all departments 
and functions of the government except those of the elective or constitutional 
offices. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: This is the governing body. It establishes policy 
for the administration of the various departments. The three members are 
elected for four-year terms. 

COMMISSIONER OF REVENUE: Elected for a four-year term. He is re- 
responsible for the assessment of real and personal properties. State income 
tax returns are filed in this office, and business licenses issued. 

TREASURER: Elected for a four-year term. He is responsible for collection, dis- 
bursement, and custodianship of all county funds. Dog licenses are issued 
from this office. 

CLERK: Records all deeds, plats, mortgages, contracts, wills, marriage licenses, 
and papers of legal nature. He issues marriage license. The clerk also 
serves as Clerk of the Circuit Court and Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. 

ROADS: All public roads in the county are built and maintained by the Vir- 
ginia Department of Highways. 

WATER SERVICE: Domestic water service is provided by the Newport News 
Water Works Commission. 

IN EMERGENCY CALL 

Police: Hampton 4740. 

Fire: Hampton 5151 (Wythe), Hampton 3-2394 (Buckroe), Hampton 3-4448 
(Fox Hill) 

Sanitary Sewers: Hampton 3-4616 (Sundays, Holidays, Nights, Hampton 4740). 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, 

COUNTY OF ELIZABETH CITY 


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SOUTHALL APPLIANCE 
COMPANY 

Westinghouse Appliances 

and 

Estate Gas Ranges 

★ 

142 5 Kecoughtan Road 

DIAL N. N. 4-1062 



WALTON’S SHOES, Inc. 
Hampton, Virginia 


Compliments 

WARWICK MOTORS, 
Inc. 

★ 

Stiidebaker 
Sales & Service 

★ 

Your Stiidebaker Dealer 

★ 

PHONE: HAMPTON 3-3333 

3 501 Kecoughtan Road 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


HOTEL WARWICK 

Newport News 

Virginia 

★ 

25 0 Rooms 

★ 

Where Dining Is At Its Best 

★ 

Private Rooms for Parties 
of from 10 to 2 50 

★ 

PHONE: 4-1741 


CUTLER’S JEWELRY STORE 

★ 

DIAL 4031 

7 Mellen Street 

PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 


HAMPTON JEWELRY CO. 

Diamonds — Watches 
Expert Repairing 

★ 

Sterling Silver 

Sixty Patterns to Choose From 

★ 

1 1 West Queen Street 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


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Compliments of 

SPIGEL’S COLLEGE SHOP 

of 

The Only Exclusive Boys’ and 

TAYLOR & TAYLOR 

Students’ Shop on the 
Peninsula 

INC. 

★ 

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3115 Washington Avenue 

Insurance 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 
Dial 2-6982 

★ 


DIAL 3-3823 

HOTEL LANGLEY 

1 1 North King Street 

JOHN L. COOLEY, Manager 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

★ 

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Hampton, Virginia 


W. R. TAYLOR 


M. KENNETH TAYLOR 

Phone: 4301 

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COOPER’S DEPARTMENT 

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PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 

ff Tires Our Specialty” 

Phone: 5891 

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Washing — Lubrication 

Office Supplies 

Accessories 

School Supplies 

★ 

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HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

ROAD 


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The 

MERCHANTS NATIONAL 

BANK 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

" The Well-Managed Bank Is the Sheet Anchor of the Community ” 

★ 

Member: 

THE FEDERAL INSURANCE CORPORATION 
THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 


Invited to Bring Their Financial Problems Here 


"Financing the Community's Progress for Forty-nine Years ” 


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Our Best Wishes to the Graduates of 


Hampton High School 


THE 


CITIZENS NATIONAL 

BANK 

of 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 


MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE SYSTEM 


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HOWARD & ROBERTS 
ELECTRIC SHOP 

Since 1912 

Appliance Repairs 

★ 

3 3 West Queen Street 

DIAL 3-4613 HAMPTON, VA. 

Your Westinghouse Dealer 

Compliments of 

ADAMS-SACHS COMPANY, 
INC. 

Wholesale 

Confectionery 

★ 

2315 Washington Avenue 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 

Congratulations 

and Best Wishes 

from 

WGH 

5,000 WATTS A. M. 

3 8,000 WATTS F. M. 

1310 K.C. on Your Dial 

96.5 M. C. 

Hampton Roads Broadcasting Corporation 

2400 West Avenue 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 

Compliments of 

Compliments of 

WYTHE HARDWARE CO. 

HOP’S PLACE 

2 2 06 Kecoughtan Road 

Established 1922 

Wythe Shopping Center 

Auto Supplies 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

★ 

★ 

17-2 3 Armistead Avenue 

C. W. "Billy” Dickinson, Owner 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Phone: N. N. 2-0225 

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Phones: 3-3389, 5568 


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Joe M. Sinclair Graham L. Agnew 

Congratulations to 

SINCLAIR HARDWARE 

Hampton High Graduates 

★ 

★ 

44 West Queen Street 

The WEST END PHARMACY 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

107 Armistead Avenue 

Dial 3-4111 

Dial 4346 


J. S. DARLING & SON 



Oyster Planters and Packers 

HAMPTON VIRGINIA 


BARR BROS. 

Jewelers 

★ 

3 00 5 Washington Avenue 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


Compliments 

of 


TIGNOR & MOORE 
★ 

2 1 West Queen Street 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
Phone: 4309 


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Day Phone: 3-3395 


Night Phone: 


PENINSULA CHEVROLET CO., INC. 


8985 


J. J. Maume, Sr. J. J. Maume, Jr. J. D. Maume 


Corner Queen Street and Armistead Avenue 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


Best Wishes from 


BOB & MARVIN 
LERNER 

Class of ’ 42 



SOUTHAMPTON PHARMACY 

SOUTHAMPTON SHOPPING CENTER 

★ 

Helena Rubinstein — Tussy — Dorothy Gray 
Yardley — Old Spice — Chen Yu — Revlon — DuBarry 
Cara Nome Cosmetics — Eastman Kodaks — Parker Pens 
PRESCRIPTIONS — DELIVERY SERVICE — PHONE: 63 59 

★ 

Registered Pharmacists 

C. E. Wheeler C. L. Fisher 


HUNT OIL COMPANY 

ARMSTRONG POINT — MARINE SERVICE 

★ 

Agents 

Shell Products — Fuel Oils for Burners 

Dial 62 91 Hampton, Virginia 


MARPLE OPTICAL 

Prescriptions Filled Glasses Fitted 

Lenses Duplicated 

★ 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
Dial 48 31 

R. HAYDEN SMITH, FLORIST 

Hampton, Virginia Phoebus, Virginia 

★ 

R. HAYDEN SMITH’S FUNERAL HOME 

Hampton, Virginia 


SCHERTLE TV DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

Bendix Television 

★ 

Phone: Newport News 6-1608 and Hampton 1-5000 

29 th & HUNTINGTON AVENUE 
Newport News Virginia 


Compliments 

of 

ACROPOLE RESTAURANT 


HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 



Hampton High School’s 1952 Class Rings 

and 

Commencement Announcements 
Supplied by 

W. C. SAUNDERS CO. 

★ 

717 East Grace Street 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 


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Congratulations from 

h. m. Mcmillan 

"Your Friendly Furniture Store” 

★ 

5 6 WEST QUEEN STREET HAMPTON 

STUDENTS’ and YOUNG MEN’S CLOTHING 


Make This Modern Store Your Headquarters 
Where You Can ALWAYS Find the Best ! 



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The Peninsula’s FINEST STORE for Men and Boys 


Compliments of 

W. T. PHILLIPS & SON 


Manufacturers of 

PHILLIP’S PREFERRED POTATO CHIPS 

Hampton, Virginia 


Congratulations to the June Graduates 
from 

RANTER’S DEPARTMENT STORE 

"The Home of Fine Values ” 

★ 

8 WEST QUEEN STREET 

DIAL 3-3841 HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


MERRIMAC MOTORS, INC, 

CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 


Sales — Service 


Complete Stock of Motor Parts and Accessories 


Kecoughtan Road and LaSalle Avenue 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


DIAL 6367 


DIAL 6368 


Compliments of 

MONROE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. 

Shipping , Transferring and General Hauling 

Dial 3-3 911 Hampton, Virginia 

★ 

Office: North Side Poplar Avenue — Opposite C. & O. Depot 
STORAGE WAREHOUSE ON C. & O. RAILWAY SIDING 



HOUSTON PRINTING & 
PUBLISHING HOUSE 


School and College Publications 
Programs — Advertising 

Dial 5 66 5 Hampton, Virginia 


SEALEY & SONS, 
INC. 

Hotpoint Appliances 

★ 

5 East Queen Street 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
Phone: 3-3325 

★ 

3 311 Washington Avenue 
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 

Phone: 3-1374 


CLOVER LEAF 
PASTRY SHOP 

Hampton' s Newest and 
Most Modern Bakery 

★ 

Cakes — Pastry Delights 

For Special Occasstons 
For Your Every Day Enjoyment 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
★ 

33 South King St. Dial 3-3805 



FRANKS RESTAURANT 


( Air Conditioned ) 

★ 

Steaks — Seafood — Chicken — Our Specialty 
Large, Modern Dining Room and Fountain Service 

Dial Hampton 5 901 Frank Shaheen, Prop. 

1 South Mallory Street 
PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 


R. F. SLAUGHTER 
LUMBER CO. 

★ 


THE 

OLD POINT NATIONAL 
BANK 


Lumber, Millivork and 
Building Materials 


of 

PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 


★ 


★ 


Phone: 43 81 

PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 


Complete Banking 
Facilities 



BICKFORD TILE CO., INC. 

Asphalt Tile — Linoleum — Rubber Tile 
Versatile — Congowall — Plastic Tile 
Veos Tile — Quaker Wall 
★ 

146 EAST QUEEN STREET 

Dial 3-3 3 79 Hampton, Virginia 



NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


SPRATLEY-ROGERS MOTOR CO. 


YOUR 



DEALER 


For More Than 21 Years 

★ 

Dial: Day, 43 73; Nights, 602 8 
24-Hour Wrecker Service 

201 Armistead Avenue Hampton, Virginia 


TYSINGER MOTOR COMPANY, INC. 

24-Hour Wrecker Service 

SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 
Dodge — Plymouth — Dodge Trucks 
Sales — Services 

★ 

DIAL 3-3301 NIGHT PHONE: 4865 

5 9 Bridge Street Hampton, Virginia 


Compliments 

of 

LEGGETTS DEPARTMENT 

STORE 

★ 

25-29 West Queen Street 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
★ 

3209 Washington Avenue 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


Compliments 

of 

SANDERS JEWELRY STORE 


Langley Hotel Building 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


COSMETIC HEADQUARTERS 
Revlon — Rubinstein — Dana — Tussy — Shulton 
Yardley — Max Factor — Coty — DuBarry 
Corday — Chantilly 

★ 

WYTHE PHARMACY 

2219 Kecoughtan Road Hampton, Virginia 

PHONE: INDIAN RIVER 5171 (No Toll) 


Compliments 

DONKEY’S NEWS STAND 

of 

Books — Magazines 

CRUM’S BAKERY 
★ 

Netvspapers 

3 511 Huntington Avenue 

★ 

NEWPORT NEWS 

Armistead Avenue 

3 8 20 Kecoughtan Road 
HAMPTON 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


COLONY FARMS COOPERATIVE DAIRY 

"Milk for Health” 

★ 

Phones: 

Lee Hall 2 6 3 5 — Newport News 4-1935 
DENBIGH, VIRGINIA 


GOODYEAR SERVICE 
STORES 

DIAL 3-3216 

142 East Queen Street 

LET ME SAVE YOU 2 5 PERCENT 
On Auto Insurance 

DANIEL A. HAMMOND, 

Agent 

State Farm Insurance Co. 

★ 

2401 Kecoughtan Road 

Norge Appliances” 

WYTHE CENTER 

Auto — Life — Fire 

'"See Norge Before You Buy!” 

DIAL NEWPORT NEWS 5-1230 


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"IT PAYS TO PLAY” 


Thirty Years of Selling Sporting and Athletic Goods to the 
Schools of Virginia Equip Us to Outfit Your Fine 
Schools With the Best in Team Equipment 


NORTHROP’S 

450 Granby Street 
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 


Fashions For Men of All Ages 








3107 Washington Avenue 

Phone: 3-1371 Newport News, Virginia 


Compliments of 

C. C. MUGLER SONS 

Griffon and Curlee Clothes 
Arrow and Van Huesen Shirts 
Knox Hats — Rugby Siveaters 
Intertvoven Hose 
Jarman and Red Goose Shoes 

Dial Hampton 6261 

2 6 Mellen Street 

PHOEBUS, VA. 


Compliments of 

ROBERT F. SNOW & SON 
13 3 East Mellen Street 

PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 

★ 

Bicycles and Repairs 

★ 

W. E. SNOW, Prop. 


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JOHNSON’S SODA SHOP 

Lunch — Sodas — Milk Shakes 
Sundaes — Sandwiches — Soups 
Banana Splits — Confectioneries 

Dial 4929 

Typewriters 
Adding Machines 

★ 

★ 

"Where Hampton Hi Gathers” 

9 North King Street 

HAMPTON, VA. 

The TYPEWRITER SHOP 
115 East Queen Street 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Dial 4929 

I. B. Milteer Hotel Langley Building 

Hampton 
ESSO Servicenter 

L. E. DIGGS 
FLORIST 

"Tires Our Specialty” 

* 

★ 

rr Flowers For All Occasions” 

Washing — Lubrication 

★ 

Accessories 

Business Phone: 

★ 

Indian River 5 0 3 9 

Corner Armistead and Victoria 

★ 

Avenues 

3 600 Kecoughton Road 

★ 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Dial 

★ 

Hampton 3-97 34 

L. E. Diggs Rene Berglund 

PENINSULA CO-OP 

Your Neighborhood Food Store 

ADAMS 

For Better Shoes 

★ 

Southampton Shopping Center 

383 5 KECOUGHTAN RD. 

Washington Avenue 

NEWPORT NEWS 


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KECOUGHTAN PHARMACY 

C. L. CLODFELTER, Prop. 

Prescriptions 

Yardley Cosmetics — Baby Needs — Drugs — Greetings Cards 
Magazines and Newspapers — Sundries — Tobaccos — Stationery 

Shulton Cosmetics 

For Neighborhood Delivery Service — Call Newport News 4-1531 

819 Kecoughtan Road Hampton, Virginia 



DIXIE DIGGS 

Coal — Wood 

AUTO PARTS 

To Ansiver That Burning 

★ 

Carburetors — Ignition 

Question 

Brakes 

x- 

★ 

A 

Briggs and Stratton Motors 

BUBBER CHISMAN 

and Repairs 

222 West Queen Street 

'W r 

Auto Machine Shop Service 

Dial 3-3811 

★ 

★ 

Dial 6373 

N. King Street and Mallory 

Fuel Oil 

Avenue 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 



Dispensing Opticians 

MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 

Dial 2-1251 


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Parents often say they are, but 
there can be plenty of wonderful 
good times ahead for you. 

Especially if you get a good 
job, doing interesting, important 
work with the kind of people you 
love to work with. Many high school 
girls find exactly that at the tele- 
phone company, after graduation. 

So when you finish school, stop 
in and see us. You'll probably find a 
job you'll really enjoy at good pay 
with regular raises. 


The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company of Virginia 


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APPRENTICE SCHOOL DRAWING CLASS 


The Apprentice School of the Newport News Shipbuilding 
and Drydock Company offers an opportunity for qualified 
young men to acquire a skilled craft while obtaining a 
Junior College Education. 

★ 


School Catalog available upon request 


NEWPORT NEWS SHIPBUILDING AND 
DRY DOCK COMPANY 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


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PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 

★ 


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Everything for the Camera 
Fan” 

★ 

Mail Orders Promptly 
Filled 

★ 

J. M. Stackhouse Co. 

5 803 Patterson Avenue 

RICHMOND 2 6 
VIRGINIA 


SHAW JEWELRY CO. 

Jewelers 

★ 

Diamonds — Watches — Silver 
Jewelry 

★ 

2 8 09 Washington Avenue 

NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


HORSEMAN’S FLORIST 

★ 

49 West Queen Street 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

Dial 73 5 1 


Hotpoint Appliances 

PENINSULA ELECTRIC CO. 

1715 Kecoughtan Road 
Auto Washes — Water Heaters 
Air Conditioning — Refrigerators 
Motor Repair and Wiring 
Electriglass — Radiant Heat 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
Phones: N. N. 5-1286 — 5-1287 


SPEE-DEE ESSO 
SERVICENTER 

W. B. Nicholson, Manager 

★ 

9 -Minute Car Washing 
Greasing — Accessories 

★ 

2210 Kecoughtan Road 

Dial N. N. 2-5216 Hampton, Va. 


Compliments 

of 

Peninsula Shipbuilders’ 
Association 
★ 

P. S. A. 


3714 Washington Avenue 

NEWPORT NEWS 
VIRGINIA 


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Compliments 

of 

E. L. CLARK 
Phoebus, Virginia 


L. M. NEWCOMB 
LIVE FISH & POULTRY CO. 
★ 

Phone: 8418 

PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 


Your Education Has Been Sadly 
Neglected Unless You Know the Many 
Advantages of Trading at 

WOODWARD 
DRUG STORES 
INC. 

★ 

Sudden Service 
Cut Kate Prices 

• k 

HAMPTON 
Dial 3-3 3 54 

end 

PHOEBUS 
Dial 3-4213 


VARSITY SHOP, INC. 

Men's and Boys’ Clothiers 

★ 

A1 Knight Joe Ankeney 

★ 

Phone: 7270 
Langley Hotel Building 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


Compliments 

of 

A FRIEND 


Congratulations to the 
June Graduates 
from the 

BANK OF PHOEBUS 


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Congratulations to the 


JUNE GRADUATES 
from 

BROADWAY DEPARTMENT 

STORE 


Newport News, Virginia 


Congratulations to the 


JUNE GRADUATES 


from 


HAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL 


P. T. A. 


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B. & M. DRIVE-IN 


Chicken in the Basket Bar-B-Q 

Dine in Our New, Cool, Spacious Upper Deck 


WE SELL ONLY THE BEST 
Phone: 6832 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to the June Graduates 

from 

MANNING BROWN 


Compliments 


of 

CARR’S PRINTING COMPANY 


★ 

Dial 7731 

121 North King Street 

HAMPTON VIRGINIA 


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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the 

JUNE GRADUATES 
★ 

Your Yearbook Photographer 
★ 

FARABEE’S STUDIOS 

3005 West Avenue 
NEWPORT NEWS 
VIRGINIA 

Telephone: 2-73 8 5 


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B. P. STIEFFEN, General Manager 


PHONE Hampton 4122 


BlICKROE BEACH RESORT 


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FREE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS AND PICNIC TABLES 




PLAY TIME EQUIPMENT 

COMPANY 

★ 

Playground Equipment of Any 
Kind Locally Manufactured 
to Suit Your Requirements 
93 6 Bethel Road 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 
Dial 2-6735 N.N. 

★ 

Owned and Operated by 
J. E. BRADSHAW AND SON 

CENTRAL MOTOR CO. 

OF NEWPORT NEWS, INC. 

★ 

Your Hudson Dealer 
"Home of Peninsula’s Finest Used Cars ” 

★ 

1900 KECOUGHTAN ROAD 
Phones: Hampton 8311 — Newport News 2-4140 


Compliments 

G. T. ELLIOTT, INC. 

of 

Oysters — Fancy Flake Crab Meat 

We Open Oysters Daily the Year ’Round 

TONY’S RESTAURANT 

Crab Meat — Clams and Oysters 

★ 

Scallops and Shrimp 

Mallory Street 

Foot of South King Street 
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 

PHOEBUS, VIRGINIA 

Dial 3-3461 


L. D. Amory and Co., Inc. 
★ 

Wholesale 

Seafood 

Distributors 

★ 

Dial 3-3 38 1 

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA 


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Dr. Pepper 
Pal 

Orange 



Grapette 
Sun Crest 
Flavors 


DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY 

6046 Jefferson Avenue 
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


1830 1952 

R ANDOLPH-MACON 
COLLEGE 


A standard liberal arts college for men with a national reputation fo- 
the success of its graduates. 

A member institution of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools, of the Association of American Colleges, and of the Southern University 
Conference. On the approved list of the Association of American Universities. 

Confers the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science and pro- 
vides carefully arranged pre-professional courses leading to medicine, law, 
engineering, and the ministry. 

Further information may be secured from 
DEAN T. McNIDER SIMPSON, JR. 

Ashland, Virginia 


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