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MUSTANG '62, VOL. XI 
Falls Church, Virginia 


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in 2018 with funding from 
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BECAUSE OUR FORMER SURFACE-SWEEPING GLANCES 
ARE NO GOOD NOW, 

AFTER BEING HERE IN A PLACE OF BOOKS 
WHERE NEW WORLDS HAPPEN; 

BECAUSE, FOR SOME OF US, 

THIS IS THE LAST TIME OF LOOKING BACK AT. .. 


PROPERTY OF 

THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA 
RICHMOND, VA 





ALL OF US.page 4 

WHAT WE DID.page 78 

THIS YEAR.page 135 




















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SOMETIMES IT SEEMS THAT WE ARE NOT PEOPLE 
BUT PIECES 


OF A HUGE EMOTIONAL COMPLEX.. . 




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BARRY WRENN—President 
DONNA FISHER—Vice President 
SUSAN JONES — Secretary 
MARY LOUISE HUARD-Treasurer 


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Remember the "Greys" in 

'56? 

Those seniors—we'd never 
be that tall. 

The combination lockers 
and the long "hauls. " 

Lunch outside on the grass 
or mud. 


HODGE ALVES 
"Hodge" 


WILLIAM JOEL ANGLIN, JR. 
"Joe" 


JOHN BALENGER 
"Roscoe" 


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JANET BAUSSER 
"Jaye" 



LARRY BENNETT 
"Alabama" 



LAURA ANN BERMAN 
"Laura" 


Band practice out in the morninq wind. . . 
Doc. 

Classes in the partitioned gym; 

Then the new wing. 

Miss Thomas said, "Si. " 


NANCY BETTERS 
"Nancy" 


JOHN G. BOOBAS 
"John" 


WILLIAM BRADFORD 
"Bill" 





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Mrs. Albert's ar-ti-cu-la-tion. 
Williamsburg—the stocks, the lodge, 
Mrs. Lanier and Mr. Weaver. 

Eighth grade: Gettysburg, the broken bus. 
Raytheon. 



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PATRICIA LOUISE BROWDER 
"Patti" 


ALBERT BURGESS 

"Ai" 


THOMAS BURNETTE 
"Tom" 





DENNIS CAMPBELL 
"Dennis" 



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MICHELE CHOURRET 
"Mickey" 


JOHN HARDY JAMES CHRISTENSEN 
"John" 


GLORIA C. COBURN 
"Carolyn" 






Ninth grade: Languages and algebra. 
Mr. Brown's paddle; 

Mrs. Quam's basket; 

Mr. Turner's footnotes. 









CAROL COLLIER SHARON ELIZABETH COSMINSKY JOHN CROWLEY 

"Carol" "Cossie" "Jay" 


"The Incompleted Pass. " 
Dashing Daddy's Purple Points. 
G.M. draped in black. 


WINIFRED DALTON 
"Win" 


RICHARD DAVIDSON 
"Chicky" 


PAMELA DAVIES 
"Pam" 










MICHAEL ALAN DAVIS 
"Mike" 


FRANCES ANN DEPUTY 
"Fran" 


SARAH KATHARINE DILLENDER 
"Kathy" 


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Tenth grade: Biology Club; the train to 
New York. "I'll raise you one girl. " 

The Li'e Sustaining Capsule. 

The Moonlight Stroll. 

Sweaty basketball games;the sophomore bloc. 
"The Matchmaker" 


BARBARA ELLEN DEWHURST 
"Bobbie" 


DIANE DIXSON 
"Diane" 


CHARLES ROBERT DOTY 
"C. R. " 



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Eleventh grade: Fifty minute lunches. 
Trying to get a Holt'on the Civil War. 
Tin foil + sheets + apple crates + para¬ 
chutes = 

Spectaculars. 



THOMAS F. DOYLE 
"Tom" 


JAMES D. ELLMORE 
"Jim" 


PAUL ERMERINS 
"Paul" 




FRANCES SUSAN EUBANK 
"Susan" 



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DONNA DALE FISHER 
"Fish" 


PAUL FOUCHE 
"Paul" 


MARGARET FRALEIGH 
"Margie" 





KATHERINE GELBACH 
"Kathy" 



"Open your Row Peterson to 
to page 74. " 

Hot weather exams; 

Lake Fairfax. 









MARGARET GORMAN 
"Mag" 


The Prom. . . 
and then. . . 

As "Glorified juniors". . . 


THOMAS TRAUTMANN GRAHAM 
"Trot" 


MICHAEL GRESS 
"Mike" 
















NANCY ANNE HAHN 
"Nancy" 


CARLE. HALL 
"Carl" 


EUGENE HARRISON 
"Feddi" 




Before school— 

Last minute cigarette, 
Car motors exhausting 
In cold air. 


MYRON HANKE 
"Hank" 


INGRID HAYES JACQUELINE HELLER 

"Ingrid" "Jackie" 





Two minute break— 
Ten minute stroll. 
Back in homeroom 
We get the roll. 


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SANDRA LOUISE HELWIG 
"Sande" 



ANNE ELIZABETH HERFINDAHL RODNEY A. HERNDON 

"Herfie" "Rod" 




JAMES S. HOLLINS 

"Jim" 



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MICHAEL T. HORKAN 
"Tim" 


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MARGARET HOWELL 
"Peggy" 


MARY LOUISE HUARD 
"Mary Louise" 





MARY L. HUIE 
"Mary" 


GARY A. HULFISH 
"Gary" 


KATHERINE JENKINS 
"Kay" 


"Due to school policy, 

No P. A. announcements this year. " 
Great White Father keeps it down 
To a mild roar. 









JEFFREY KAY 
"Jeff" 


THOMAS M. LAVENDER 
"Tom" 


And such a lunch. .. 

If you get one. 

"We wish you a Merry Christmas, " 
Even if we don't get one. 



MARY KATHLEEN KELLY 
"Kathy" 



A. JOHN LEONE 
"Junior" 


CYNTHIA R. LONG 
"Cindy" 















EDWARD J. MANWARING 
"Ted" 


DEADRA A. MARKS 
"Dee" 


ANN McNAMARA 
"Annie" 





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Living for Friday 
And dying on Monday. 
What did we miss this 
weekend, Mrs.. Rooney? 


JOHN SHEEHAN MASTERSON, JR. 
"Bat" 


CAROL ANN MEESE 
"Carol" 


COURTNEY DILLON MEYER 
"Corky" 





McBlair gets fly / 

Fly gets McBlair 1111 
Christmas party. . . 116A 



GEORGIA A. MOYKA 
"Georgia" 



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CARLE. NEUBERG 
"Carl" 




ELWOOD P. NORSWORTHY 
"Butch" 


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Who worries about graduation? 
Speaking of ulcers, 

Mr. McGee's progress reports 
Didn't help much. 


ROBERT S. OWENDORFF 
"Bob" 


RICHARD ALAN PAUL 
"Abe" 


NANCY CAROL PAYNE 
"Nancy" 




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The class meetings were really a riot. 
Squealing mikes. .. Little disagree¬ 
ments. . . 

Alumni, Olympia, or football? 



PAMELA PEARSON 
"Pam" 


BETH ANN PIERCE 
"BB" 


MEREDITH LEE PIERCE 
"Meredith" 






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THOMAS W. RAGLAND 
"Tom" 


ROBERT RHOADS 
"Bob" 


SUSAN PAMELA ROBERTS 
"Susie" 





RICHARD H. ROBERTSON 
"Richard" 



Little red barn with "House 
Of Blue Lights"... 

Crepe paper, cardboard, tin foil, 

And tacks 

The Homecoming Dance.. .beautiful! 
But where's the money? 










WILLIAM ROBERTSON 
"Bill" 


SANDRA K. SANDFORD 
"Sandie" 


"What are you protesting?" 

"Oh, I don't know, but it's fun." 
"Would you care for a black arm band?" 
Senior pictures .. . retakes ... re-retakes 
. ..fold. 

Superlatives...!. D. Cline. 


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SHARON LEE SCHNEIDER 
"Spider" 


DENNIS G. SHEA 
"Dennis" 






RONALD H. SMITH 
"Ron" 



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Mr. Tawney's list for guidance 
. . . name and number. . . 

"Quit dribbling in your bibs. " 
We took a dive and fell flat on 
College Boards 


GEORGE MADISON SMARTT 
"Maddy" 


SANDRA SMITH 
"Sandy" 


SHARRON SANDRA SMITH 
"Sharron" 













After the Christmas Dance 

Vacation 

Open houses. . . 

Twisting parties 


ROBERT SORGEN 
"Bob" 



BARBARA STENSON 
"Barb" 


GEOFFREY GORDON STODDART 
"Geoff" 


DAVID SPARROW 
"Dave" 



CONSTANCE STEINKAMP 
"Connie" 




KENNETH SWIGER, JR. 
"Ken" 



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CLAUDIA WELLS 
"Corky" 


SUSAN WEXLER 
"Susan" 


RUSSEL WHITFIELD 
"Whit" 





And after hours. . . 

Kiki's, Gusti's, and Pops with 
Delray E. Daniels and Harry Banks. 







RICHARD BARRY WRENN 
"Barry" 


And the year wore on 
Met with the Prom. . . 

All day, all night. . . 

And graduation was here. . . 




ANTHONY A. WOOD 
"Tony" 


HARRY E. WRIGHT 
"Harry" 


JUDITH ANN ZIPF 
"Judy" 








MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Sharon Cosminsky 
Kent Thackrey 


WELL... 

HERE THEY ARE 


MOST TALENTED 
Anne Herfindahl 
Bob Rhoads 


MOST ATHLETIC 
Dee Marks 
John Carlo 


BEST LOOKING 
Sharron Smith 
Charlie Albright 


MOST OUTSTANDING 
CONTRIBUTOR 
Jaye Bausser 




BEST LEADER 
Kathy Kelly 
Barry Wrenn 


WITTIEST 
Pam Davies 
Feddi Harrison 


BEST DRESSED 
Susan Eubank 
Dennis Campbell 














Is this a posed picture? 



Congressman Broyhiil speaks to the Senior Class 


A typical Friday mourning. 






































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Jim Edmondson, President; Gayle Yates, Vice President; Linda Marks, Sec¬ 
retary; Barbara Owens, Treasurer. "We will car wash in any weather 


Fly-safe dance committee plots Christmas Dance: "All we have to do is 
establish a balance of requisition forms. " 




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Class 


"Hands down, rings on, crepe paper sagging, magic markers dried 
up, bills paid—we are ready for you, Prom. " 








Nasim Abbas 
Mike Adams 


David Carlo 
Paula Cole 




Judy Bauer 
Bill Bauser 

Paul Becker 
Stephen Becker 

Roberta Bingham 
Barbara Blair 

Sarah Blair 

Faye Bowie 

Tom Boyles 

Ben Brown 

Shelly Buck 
Glad Bulwinkle 

Bill Cox 

Bill Cruise 

John Daily 
Donna Daniels 

Phil Diebler 

Paul Deputy 

Gordon Dewhurst 
Barbara Disque 

Stuart Drake 
Diana Duggan 

Bob Decker 
Theodore Dunn 




Ronald Caldrone 
Tom Callanen 


Diana Devlin 
Jim Edmondson 







Sandra Edwards Pam Everett Lee Forest Diane Flynn Marian Gorham Jeff Hall Brooke Hammerle Peggy Hedetniemi 

Margaret Evans David Fleener Jack Flynt Richard Frase Mike Govern Skip Hamburg Becky Hammond Cathy Henry 



Blair Hoffman Richard Hough Skip Huston Ralph Kennedy Bill Laing Pat Lavender Russ Lee Ellen Levin 

Shad' Hoffman Janice Houseman Don Jones Steve Koeltz Elizabeth Longly Emily Lay Connie Lentz p e te Lewis 







Karen Louden Linda Marks Carol McBee Bill McIntyre John Michael Roy Mills Jim Newton Barbara Owen 

Rusty Lunson Peggy Martin Judy McCroklin David Meadows Sandra Michael Connie Musser Paul Nixon Vincent Palerm 


John Panciera 
Veronica 
Papanicolas 


Kathleen Potts 
Linda Rains 


Dan Reichert 
Stephan Reimers 


Noble Rice 
Douglas Ritter 


Jack Roe 
Donald Roth 


Peter Russell Stephen Shields Carolyn Simmons 
Jay Sampson Jo Ann Silverstein Pat Simmons 



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Francis Smart Norma Steed Edith St. John Nancy Strouple Mike Stuermer Two nefarious old ladies and their victims ... (notice 

Luther Smith Ronnie Spero Belinda Strickler Judy Strup Judy Thomas death rattle at far left). 



Robert Farris, a seventh grader,appears in this section 
as George Mason, Jr. 


Richard Thompson Alan Vanneman Nita Werner Marie Willett Charlotte Wilson 

Sarah Toregas Richard Varney Ann Whiting Gayle Yates Turn Page 















Paul Jones, President; 
Niel Fisher, Vice Presi¬ 
dent; Diane Clark, Sec¬ 
retary; Roberta Walter, 
Tre asurer." Fund-raising? 
Who needs it? We like to 
have our backs to the 
wall. " 


LEFT: The MUSTANG Faculty section is a tenth grade exclusive 
lay out the English department if you'll do science. " 


ABOVE: Doug Lind is laid out for English already 



First row, 
ond row: 


left to right: Harry Adams, Chris Albaugh, Bill Ames, Ross Armstrong, Clayton Baum, Shirley Bennett, Kathleen Benton, Roie Black, Sally Benton. Sec 
Bill Albaugh, Alfred Akerman, Peggy Anderson, Sharon Bailey, Buddy Becker, Lance Benson, Pat Biondi, Fred Boland, Carolyn Brennan. 




Third row, left to right: Brenda Bruce, David Carter, David Churchill, Syd Clewlow, Marian Cosner, Hugh Crumpler, Karen Culbertson, Linda Edwards, Richard Ellis. 
Fourth row: Richard Burgess, Denise Chourret, Diane Clark, Douglas Conner, Terry Cox, Donna Culbertson, Allyn Davis, John Ebert, Claudette Eubank. 


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Top—first row, left to right: Jean Farragut, Neil Fisher, Carol Frizzie, Phillip Gillespie, Maxene Galkin, Sylvia Gordon, Vicki Grant, Rick Guthridge, Jay Hanke. 
Second row: John Finley, Roger Fraley, Joseph Gibbons, Lloyd Galkin, Lorry Garity, Susan Graham, Elizabeth Gress, Jana Hahn, Gail Heeter. 


Bottom—first row, left to right: Rick Hoffman, Chip Hovey-King, David Jacobson, Terry Johnson, Paul Jones, Carol Ann Klein, Barbara Lamb, Mike LeBlanc, Douglas 
Lind. Second row: Nancy Houseman, Judy Ingalls, Mary Ann Johnson, Janice Johnston, Robert Keplan, Louis Kuritzky, Jane Lamb, Glenn Letham, Gail Mabry. 








First row, left to right: Edward Mahaffey, Joe Maloney, Charles Mason, Mike McBlair, Tod McNab, Anne Middleton, Barbara Montfort, Myles Moore Janet Nixon. 
Second row: Wilbert Mahoney, Susan Manley, Susan Maxwell, Elizabeth McDowell, Mary Lou McQuillan, Margie Mitchell, Kathleen Modine, Bill Nicholson, Joan 


Nugent. 



Third row, left to right: Donna O'Neale, James Owendoff, Priscilla Peterson, George Phillip, Ken Powell, Phil Quam, Kathleen Rick, Beckie Riley, John Romer. 
Fourth row: Laurie Overby, Ann Pavlick, Steve Peterson, Parry Pierce, Bernie Proudfoot, Pennie Redmon, Walter Rankin, Teresa Roberts, Cliff Rowland. 








Top—first row, left to right: Kathy Sandridge, Robert Schleeper, Pete Shaw, Linda Silverstein, Marilyn Skubal, Kathy Smith, Jack Stevens, Alma Stuermer, Susan 
Tabor. Second row: Jean Schaffer, Sandi Secrist, Cricket Sherman, Harry Simpson, Pauline Slade, Jim Steiner, Sally Stratton, Warren Suleske, Billy Thomas. 


Bottom—first row, left to right: Dean Thomerson, Ronald Tinkham, Kenneth Trana, Robin Uhl, Rollin Van Cantfort, Helaine Vernon, Perky Vines, Lloyd Wallingford, 
Mary Ann Warren. Second row: Diane Tillman, Charles Tong, Carolyn Turner, Merle Valotto, Claudia Vander Heuvel, Paul Vick, Carol Wallace, Roberta Walter, 
Dennis Wassmann. 







First row, left to right: Bruce Welch, Anne Williams, 
Sarah Williams, Second row: Kathy White, Howard 
Williams, Sammy Wilson. 


There are a bunch of sopho- 

Many sophomores use the library, but not during second period, mores just out of camera 

apparently. Oh, well. range. . . 



Third row, left to right: Scott Wilson, The Sopho¬ 
more Bloc, Rick Yeary. Fourth row: Don Wittmer, 
Gayle Wright, Barbara Zieses. 


And the kiss of the winesaps? 


I and the King 


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Right to left: Susan Dexter, 
President; Nancy Roe, Vice 
President; Kathie E d w a r d s, 
Secretary; and Robert 
Muilenberg, Treasurer; are 
trying to auction off the bike 
rack. 


Bonnie Moore paints the Falls Church as part 
of the Art department's mural project, 
(laughing all the while because she forgot 
her Bermudas). 


"Is this the Broadmont bus?" 
"Not for all of us. " 




First row, lot,to right, Jo Acosta, Kathy Allan, Robert Atkins, Barbara Bishop, Barbara Bonnell, Bill Bolser.John Bradley 1Uur. Brickn,arr Ellen Brooke,“Id- 
Second row, Betty Alberts, Nancy Anderson, Bob Beverley, Martha Boem.n, Mary Boswell, Lala Bolton, Mary Brett, Carl Br.ggs, Roger Bnmham, Gloria Jean C . 



Third row, left to right: Sandra Chaszar, Jimmy Cheatham, Linda Childress, Linda Cole, Christina Cooksey, Marilyn Crocker, Kathi Cruise, Charlene Curtis, Lynda 
Davis, Susan Dexter. Fourth row: Donald Chapman, Claude Chevalier, Robert Churchill, Michael Cone, Tom Cotner, Virginia Crowley, Kathleen Curran, Bill 
Davenport, Steve Davis, Janie Dillender. 







Top—first row, left to right: Kay Dinkins, Susan Doyle, Brenda Drummond, Carlyjane Duun, Kathie Edwards, Linda Everett, Sharon Farrell, Carol Fernald, Joan 
Fletcher, Debbie Forbes. Second row: Debra Doyle, Ann Drach, Sara Edmondson, Dennis Edwards, Robert Ellis, James Ewalt, Julianne Femiano, Steve Fifer, Sharon 
Flynt, Calvin Fouche. 


Bottom—first row, left to right: Maria Gabriel, Bud Gentry, James Giddens, Ellen Glassman, Betsy Greenwood, Carolyn Hahn, John Halligan, Jill Hammerle, Claire 
Henry, Carol Hewitt. Second row: Philip Gelbach, Richie Gibbons, Leonard Gilleo, Linda Gray, Linda Gugel, Mary Hall, Irene Hambrick, Mary Jane Hanna, Sharon 
Hern, Bill Heyde. 





First row, left to right: Janie Hoffman, 
Lanier. Second row: Barbara Holcomb, 
Lansing. 


Sharon Holmes, 
Marji Horowitz, 


Cheryl Howard, Diane Hughes, Jimmy Hull, Judith Janz, Nancy Jones, Carol Kay Davi ^° ff ^;^ 
Debby Howell, John Hughes, Kristan Isackson, Carol Jensen, Bill Jonz, Doug Keller, Bill La Baugh, 


William 

Leilani 



Third row left to right: Robert Lehman, Loren Lesh, Cindy Lockhart-Mummery, Gary McBee, Patty McCrocklin, Steve McLane, Walter Mallory, John 
Merryman, Jerry Miller. Fourth row: Kathy Leschak, Frank Lloyd, Janet Longerbeam, Kathy McBride, Michael McIntyre, Rick Mahoney, Barbara Marks, 

Ann Miller, Jean Mongole. 


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Top-first row, left to right: Ted Monroe, Robert Muilenburg, Edward Norman, Frank O'Loughlin, Fain Owen, Judy Paras, John Penny, Bill Pope, Mary Ann Rankin 
Jane Ripley. Second row: Bonnie Moore, Janet Neuberg, Thomas Nugent, Margaret Otis, Roxanne Pangallo, Rosina Pate, Cort Peret, Richard Pridqen Chervl Rice’ 
Louise Ripley. 1 ’ 


Bottom first row, left to right; Patricia Rocca, Kathy Ross, Scott Sager, Terry Sayers, Hank Schiff, Paul Schure, Walter Seedlock, Vinnie Sherman, Harry Sieber, 
Philip Singleton. Second row: Nancy Roe, Steve Ross, Doug Sandford, Roberta Schaff, Dianne Schroeder, Richard Schutte, George Shamer, Malcolm Shick, Martha’ 
Sik, Roger Sisler. 








First row, left to right: Carol Smith, Pam Smith, Sandy Smoot, Diana Sorgen, Dorothy Stein, Nancy Stuart, Cathy Tackney, Elaine Thomas, Judy Trana, Paul Tvelia. 
Second row: Danny Smith, Sharon Smith, Fred Snowden, Ellen Spero, Gordon Stimmell, John Swiger, Maureen Thackery, Toni Jo Tong, Gale Turner, Sherry Vetter. 



Third row, left to right: John von Dohlen, Yvonne Walton, Charles Watson, Charles Werth, Noodles Wiatt, Nancy Williams, Terry Wolf, 
Phil Wright. Fourth row: Betty Wallace, Brenda Warner, John Weaver, Tom Wheelock, Janice Willett, Miriam Wolfe, Dick Wright, 
Roswitha Zweigart. 











{iytitti Grade 


Mrs. Hamilton: "Do I see 
some bright eyes?" 


ABOVE: Charles Carroll, President: "Egad, we're even more poor than before. 
Marion Edwards, Vice President; and Kathy Edmondson, Secretary: "Doesn't 
matter."; Paul Weed, Treasurer: "I call it fun-raising." 

LEFT: Steve Simmons and Bobby Steiner: "We thought we'd go 
out for lunch. " 







Top—first row, left to right: Sarah Albright, Ruth Ann Alexander, Jerry Allen, Joan Anderson, Armin Ardai, Mary Beard, Floyd Belvins, Britta Borg, Jo Anne Briggs, 
Barbara Browning, Sam Bunch, Second row: Gail Alexander, Mike Allan, Victoria Allen, Robert Anglin, Glen Bailey, Beverly Bingham, Gretchen Bohr, Anne Bowie, 
Lois Brooke, Pam Bruce, Warren Burgess. 


Bottom—first row, left to right: Jo Anne Burnett, Mary Ann Caruso, Jo Ann Cole, Marshall Crawford, Sharon Curtis, Judy Dickie, Mary Duggan, Cynthia Everett, Tony 
Ferguson, Diane Flick, Gayla Gibson. Second row: Charles Carnahan, Georgette Chapins, Linda Coomes, Harvey Crouch, Sue Decker, Roger Diehl, Cathy Edmondson, 
Peggy Ewalt, Deborah Ferrell, Bill Fraley, Joan Gilmore. Third row; Charles Carroll, George Codrea, Donn Crane, Shelley Crumpler, Joyce Dewhurst, Karen Duehring, 
Marian Edwards, Lenore Fallon, Gregg Fisher, Janice Gentry, Anne Goggin. 





















First row, left to right: Connie Goodyear, Adelaide Grillo, Paul Gugel, Scott Hansbarger, Bob Harmon, Robert Hayes, Kent Henry, Carolyn Hern, Janet Hilliker, 
David Hurt, Donald Inscoe. Second row: John Gossin, Miles Gritz, Bunnie Hamberg, Claudia Harcourt, Brad Harris, Jane Heath, Raymond Henry, Karen Hern, 
Merrill Hunt, Sandy Huston, Marie Jackson. 



Third row left to right: Andy Johnson, Larry Jones, Drusilla Kennedy, Spence Kiser, Linda Lamb, Mary Ann Layman, Ken Lincoln, Mimi Manly, Barbara Mayhall, 
Robert McBride Mike McClure. Fourth row: Robert Johnson, Ronnie Keeler, James Kepler, James Klein, Ronnie La Plant, Paul Leschak, Keith Louden, Lloyd Martin, 
Dennis McBee, Mike McCarter, Mark McDowell. Fifth row: Sharon Johnson, Robin Kelly, Katharine Kinney, Patty Kolonick, Peggy Larrivee, Thomas Lewis, Steve 
Mahan, Wayne Martin, Richard McBride, Patrick McCarter, Sherry McMillen. 




Top—first row, left to ri 
Proudfoot, Mary Riley. 
Rider, Linda Ritenour. 


ght: Carole Moore, Thomas Newton, Greg Papanicolas, Donna Peer, Eddie Pierce, Robert Portch, George Powell, Mary 
Second row: Gail Neubeck, Noralyn Olom, Virginia Parker, Joseph Perry, Linda Polk, Carol Powell, Joyce Powell, Wyatt 


Bottom-first row, left to right: Sam Roney, Carol Schlager, Richard Shreve, Joyce Smit, Becky Sparrow, Nancy Stetter, Terry Tabor, Eleanor Trapp, Paul Weed, 
Pamela Williams Marty Wittmer. Second row: Diane Russell, Larry Sealock, Steven Simmons, Lillian Smith, Robert Steiner, Dorothy St. John, Melody Taylor, 
Bill Toregas, Libby Wexler, Ronnie Williams, Steven Yates. Third row: Kathy Schiavi, Thelma Secrist, Jan Smart, Wayne Smith, Susan Steinkamp, Liz Stoddart, 
Paulette Thomas, Sammy Vanneman, Sherry Wheelock, Pat Wilson, Bob Zell. 














Seventh Grade 


"I say, jollies, the audience is 
still louder than we are. . . " 


LEFT: Skip Schwenn, President; Alice Pierce, 
Vice President; Brenda Briton, Secretary; 
Jeannie Berman, Treasurer. "Duhh.. .we only 
been here a year and already we're broke. " 

RIGHT: At the seventh grade Christmas party: 
"Is this the gist of the Twist?" 























Top—first row, left to right: Stephen Abramson, Larry Anderson, Kathy Ball, Charlotte Bennett, Jeannie Berman, Carlene Black, Dorothy Boland, Gary Brown, Jean 
Brown, Elizabeth Browning, Linda Bunch. Second row: Happy Acosta, Carolyn Atwood, Peggie Bauer, William Benton, Betty Beverley, Charles Blanchard, Brenda 
Brittain, Gwen Brown, William Brown, Charles Browning, Ronny Burnette. 




Bottom—first row, left to right: Charles Burns, Sally Carlsen, Clarence Case, Robert Clearman, Howard Conover, Zach Cotner, Sharon Dalton, Steve Diebler, Charles 
Elamm, Paula Farley, Sharon Fowler. Second row: Barry Buschow, Charleene Charnahan, Mark Chapman, Sybil Clewlow, Billy Cooksey, Billy Creel, Bill Davies, 
Edson Dewhurst, Bill Ellis, Robert Farris, Eric Fox. Third row: Roy Chappleman, Terry Carrol, James Chorvich, David Comer, Vera Cortada, Billy Crocker, Ellen 
Davis, Richard Doyle, Sally Ellis, Steven Fenn, Catherine Fraleigh. 















First row, left to right: Kate Fraleigh, Richard Fredenburg, Joan Gossin, Robert Gray, John Hare, Bradley Hertz, Margaret Hill, Charles Hooper, Gregory Howard, 
Beverly Jenkins, Mary Susan Jones. Second row: Dennis Franklin, Jim Garrett, Wendy Gross, Patricia Hahn, William Hebert, Deborah Higdon, William Hoelscher, 
Dorothy Howard, Allan Hurt, Lewis Johnston, Ronald Jones. 



Third row, left to right: Steve Kaplan, Jerry Kelly, Bobby Kolonich, Kathy Lavender, Pamela Lipp, Alan Martin, Linda Mathes, Jane Merkle, Beverly Moore, Howard 
Newland, John O'Neale. Fourth row: Dianne Keller, Robert Kennedy, Bruce Kuritzky, Roger LeBlanc, Vaughan Lyo ns, Rose Martin, Katie McGlasson, William 
Messer, Sharon Moran, Cathy Nugent, Pat Painter. Fifth row: Nancy Keller, Jennie Koffman, Don Lail, David Lesh, Jean Macomber, DeRonda Masten, Diane 
McMillen, Margaret Miller, Martha Muilenburg, Mark Oltman, Carl Parker. 



Top—first row, left to right: Bill Parnell, Karen Parrish, Elizabeth Pavlick, William Pond, Janice Portch, Margaret Quam, Celeste Read, Suzanne Riggins, 
Preston Rose, Jim Rutherford. Second row: Christine Parnell, Charles Pavlick, Alice Pierce, Marilyn Pope, Loretta Potter, Cecelia Rasco, Anne Rhoads, 
Ruth Robey, Jennifer Ross, Carolyn Sahrow. 



Bottom—first row, left to right: David Sandidge, Sally Shaw, Bobby Simpson, Tom Smith, Billy Stevens, Ronnie Strickler, Mary Tackney, Lynne Tillman, Frank 
Warner, John Wilmot, Robert Wood. Second row: SkipSchwenn, Corey Shea, Win Singleton, Thomas Smoot, Jim Strawinski, Susan Swarthout, Richard Thomas, 
Gail Vernon, Billy Watkins, Catherin Wilson, Clellan Yeary. Third row: Ricky Sebastian, Kathleen Sides, Charles Sisler, Lois Snowden, Mike Strickler, Travis Tabor', 
Mark Thur, Kathy von Dohlen, Sharon White, Gloria Wilson, Linda Yelverton. 








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PRINCIPAL GEORGE W. COX, JR. VICE-PRINCIPAL, DR. ROSALINE M. EDWARDS 

Members of the School Board: First row—Vice-Chairman Mrs. Jane 
Dexter; Chairman Thomas H. Lewis; Superintendent Irvin H. Schmitt; 
Clerk Mrs. Eleanor Justusson. Second row—Louis T. Oldom, Francis J. 
Acosta, J. Roger Wollenberg, John B. Sadtler. Not pictured—James S. 
Lay. 


It was not just the smile with which he greeted us as we passed him in the 
halls. His friendliness went much deeper than that. He was always willing to 
take time from his busy schedule to discuss with us problems or future plans, 
all of which proved he was genuinely interested in each of us. Mr. Cox made 
our year at George Mason more pleasant and profitable with his guidance and 
leadership. 

Although Dr. Edwards sometimes had the very unpleasant duty of disciplin¬ 
ing us whenever we needed it, we came to appreciate her as a practical 
psychologist who made us recognize our errors and determine to correct them. 



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Teachers 



MARGUERITE D. ALBERT 

B. A. 

Mary Washington College 
English 8, 9 

9th Grade Chairman, FTA 

VIRGINIA F. CARRINGTON 
A. A., B. A. 

Marjorie Webster 
American University 
Virginia and United States History 
Pep Club, Cheerleaders 


ESTELLE M. AMSTUTZ 
A. B., Albion College 
English 7, 9 
Junior Dramatics 

GERTRUDE M. CHISHOLM 
B.A., M.A., Goucher College 
The American University 
University of Washington 
Norfolk Div. of 
College of William and Mary 
George Washington University 
Guidance Counselor 
FTA Co-Sponsor 


GENEVIEVE M. ARMSTRONG 
B. S., Library Science 
B. A., University of Washington 
Librarian 

THOMAS H. CHRISTIE, JR. 
Kings College 
Physical Education 
Monogram Club, Baseball Coach 


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MARY ANN BRADLEY 

A. B. 

Western Michigan University 
Algebra I, II, Plane Geometry 
Keyettes, F. T.A. , Majorettes 
Junior Class 

Which illustrious faculty member 
is entertaining Dave Jacobson and 
friends? 


RICHARD J. BROWN 
B. A. 

Pennsylvania State University 
Algebra II, Plane Geometry 

WILLIAM W. CONDIT 
B. S., M. A. 
Haverford 

University of Pennsylvania 
University of Virginia 
George Washington University 
French 
Stamp Club 


ERNEST J. BUCKLIN 
B. Ed. 

Plymouth Teachers College 
Virginia History 7, World History 9 
7th Grade Chairman 

JULIE H. COONEY 

B. S. 

Framingham State College 
Home Economics 
FHA 


ARMETHA P. BYNAKER 
B. S., M. S., Science Ed. 
Madison College 
University of Virginia 
Physics, Biology, General Science 

LOUISE C. COSTA 
A.B. , M. A. , Judson College 
Auburn University 
University of Virginia 
George Washington University 
University of Maryland 
Spanish, English 10 
FNA, 9th Grade, Spanish Club 




















JOE CRAIN 
B.S., M.A. 

University of Tennessee 
Baylor University 
Milligan College 
University of Virginia 
George Washington University 
Physical Education, Driver Training 

ANN E. DRUNAGEL 
B. A., Florida State University 
University of Virginia 
History and Geography 
SCA 


LEON DASHOFF 

B. A. 

Odessa Conservatory, Russia 
Stringed Instruments 
Orchestra Director 
Orchestra and Strings 

F. A. FOSTER 
A. B., M. S. 

Black Mountain College 
University of Oregon 
Art 

Art Advisor: TEMPO, MUSTANG 


KATHERINE LEE DAVIS 
B. A. 

Mary Washington College 
Math 7, Science 7 
Cheerleaders, Pep Club 

ROY F. GOGGIN 
B.S. E.E. 

Tuffs College, Harvard 
Math 8, General Math I 


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VINCENT J. de GREGORIO 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Catholic University 
Ohio State University 
7-12th Grade Art 
Exhibitions Committee 
Tennis Team Coach 

KATHERYN W. GORDON 
R. M., B. S. N. 

Columbus Hospital 
Seattle College 
Catholic University 


MARTHA A. DELANEY 
A. B., M.A. 

Oklahoma State University 
University of Virginia 
English 11, 12 
TEMPO, LASSO 

FIELDER P. GREER 
B. S. in Engineering 
U. S. Military Academy, West Point 
Math 8,9, Algebra I 


MARGARET DISNEY 
B. S., M.A. 

Johns Hopkins University 
English 12 
MUSTANG '62 


MARGARET H. HAMILTON 
B. S. in Education 
University of Virginia 
English 8 


As soon as this photographer leaves, 
we can light up again. 

MILDRED W. HARDY 
B. S. 

Purdue University 
Ball State Teachers College 
Home Economics 
F.H.A. 


FNA 


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WILLIE HOFFMAN 
Library Secretary 

HAROLD M. KLINE 
B. S. in Education 
Waynesburg College 
West Virginia University 
Industrial Arts 
Mechanical Drawing 
SCA 


ARTHUR P. HOLTON 
Fh.B 

University of Notre Dame 
Georgetown University 
George Washington University 
History 

NORMA P. LANIER 
B.S. in Education 
Madison College 
Physical Education 
Keyettes, SCA, Intramural Softball 


VIRGINIA HOWARD 
Bookkeeper 

J. K. LAYTON 

B.S. 

University of Kentucky 
General Science 
Science Club, Key Club 


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ELIZABETH M. HOWZE 
B.S., M. A. 

George Washington University 
English 7, 9 
7th Grade 

F. WILLIAM MAHER 
A. B., M. A. 

Catholic University 
American University 
University of Virginia 
Social Studies 
Senior Dramatics 


"Hey, don't walk on that newly 
painted emblem! " 

JAMES McBLAIR 
A. B., M. A. 

University of California 
U. S. and Virginia Government 
U. S. and Virginia History 
U. S. and World Affairs 
Psychology 

International Relations Club 
Chess Club 

Northern Virginia Discussion League 
Junior Class 


RICHARD E. HOWELL 
B. Mus., Mus. M. 
Westminster Choir College 
University of Maryland 
Vocal Music 7-12 
Junior High Choir 
George Mason Singers 
G. M. Top Twenty 
The Close Shaves 

JOYCE J. LOWRY 
A. B. , Pembroke State College 
Typewriting I 

St- Tri-Hi-Y, Nat'l Honor Society 


MARGARET A. KILEY 
B.A., M. A. 

University of Buffalo 
George Washington University 
Guidance Counselor 

AtG.M., nearly everyone reads 
the LASSO. 


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myles s. McClellan 

B. S. , Penn. State, G.W.U. 
University of Virginia 
World History 

CHESTER S. ROCKWELL 
A. B., A. M. Shepherd College 
Bethany College, U. of Notre Dame 
G. W. U. , Catholic U. 
Algebra I, II, Plane Geometry,Trig¬ 
onometry, Solid Geometry, General 
Math 

Nat'l Honor Society, Senior Class 
Varsity Basketball 


Tony Wood and Ken S w i g e r take 
over. 


ALICE M. ROONEY 
B. S. 

Marywood College 
American University 
Chemistry 


HAROLD J. McGEE 
B.S., Education 
College of William and Mary 
American Government 
Social Problems 
Senior Class, Debate 

MAXINE M. ROPSHAW 

B. A. 

Miami University 
George Washington University 
American University 
Math 7, Science 7, 8 
8th Grade 


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ANNA R. MOYKA 

A. B. 

Wilson College 
English 10, 11 
Junior Class, FNA 
Va. League Creative Writing Contest 

SHIELAMARIE L. SCHIFFMANN 

B. S. 

George Washington University 
Physical Education 
Pep Club 
Cheerleaders 
Intramural Basketball 


J. E. PHILLIPS 

B.A., M. A., U. of Va., G.W. U. 
Universidad Michoacana 
de San Nicholas de Hidalgo 
West Virginia University 
Spanish 

Senior Class, Spanish Club 

MARY THERESA SHANNON 
A.B. ,M.A., Marywood College 
Temple U., Franklin & Marshall 
College, American U. 
Biology 

Biology Club, 10th Grade 


MARTHA C. QUAM 
B. A. 

University of Colorado 
University of Virginia 
Latin 

National Honor Society 
11th Grade 

MANILLA SMITH 
Guidance Secretary 


RICHARD L. RAMSDELL 
B.A., M.M. 

University of Oreqon 
Band 

ARVILLE E. SOMMER, JR. 

B. S. 

West Virginia University 
Industrial Arts 

Track, Football, J. V. Basketball 


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HARRISON E. TAWNEY 
B. S. in Ed. , M. Ed. 

Adv. Prof. Certificate 
Ohio University, Kent State U. 
George Washington University 
Guidance Director 

LOTTIE W. WILDMAN 

A. B. 

Woman's College of U. N. C. 
Middlebury College 
English 10 


ANN J. VEST 

A. B. 

Randolph-Macon Woman's College 
Latin, English 
11th Grade 

NADINE N. WILSON 
B. S., M. A. 

N. E. Mo. State Teachers College 
Northwestern U. , Columbia U. 
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing II 
Office Practice, Record Keeping 
School Store 


GHIERSTIEN F. WHEELER 

A. B. 

Wellesley 

Mathematics, French 
8th Grade, Madiematics Club 

JOHN ZUBON 

B. A. 

University of Michigan 
Fresno State 
English 9 

Chess Club, Photography Club 


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Faculty Room: Private Property—27 coffee 
rations, 49 little nicotine-laden Marlboro butts, 
1 flight bag with locker-wrecking tools, 1 nutty 
putty glob (small). . . etc. 


I'm afraid West Point isn't the school for 
Diane. " 


'When I was a coal miner 


Sure, you can major in study hall 


Me 'n John are going out on the town 


Let's electrocute the left milkshake 








Curriculum changes at George Mason are paced to keep up with our chang¬ 
ing, forward-moving society. Recent developments in educational research are 
also reflected in our academic life. 

Mr. James McBlair taught both of the two major course innovations in the 
social studies cirriculum. The first, an extension of senior level Government 
concentrated on history's most important political ideas from Plato's REPUBLIC 
to the U. S. Constitution and applied them in analyzing current events in hopes 
of having the students develop some meaningful political economic, cultural, 
military, scientific, social, philosophical views. English classes under Mrs. 
Martha Delaney correlated their literature assignments with Mr. McBlair's 
Government assignments. 

The second new course, an elective open to juniors and seniors, was labeled 
U. S. and World Affairs. It was an intensive and fast-moving survey of three 
important blocs of civilization, the U. S. S. R. , Africa and Latin America. 
Emphasizing much newspaper reading, the course aimed at helping students 
comprehend the three societies from the U. S. point of view. According to one 
map-weary but map-proud senior, "It was a great success. Now I'm an expert 
on cartography and Russian reindeer ..." 


Social Studies 


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U. S. and Virginia History: "Howe M c B1 a i r Government group 

are you, Mr. Holton?" with Richard Paul: The Great 

Pundit watches. 


Miss Carrington's Social Studies Class performs at the Junior High Thanks¬ 
giving assembly: "It's a note. She says the audience is louder than we 
are." 











Dramatics seemed to be a consuming interest of English teachers this year. 
Mrs. Moyka took her sophomore students to see a production of CORIOLANUS 
at Catholic University. Several senior teachers took advantage of the Old Vic's 
tour at the National Theater and the school's recordings of MACBETH and 
HAMLET. It was quite a season for Shakespeare. Grammar, composition and 
spelling held their own as usual. 

Publications were brought under the direction of the Eng 1 ish Department 
and scheduled on class time. Although creative genius can not always be 
summoned on schedule, staffs of MUSTANG, TEMPO and IA.SSO tried to get 
their work accomplished between 2 and 3 p. m. each afternoon. 

TOP LEFT: A sophomore student's eye-view of Coriolanus at Catholic 
University. 

BOTTOM LEFT: Tch, Tch, here's a run-on sentence in your editorial. 

Bill. 


English 


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The latest approach to foreign language teaching as developed 
by lingual scientists was used by Mrs. Costa and Mr. Phillips in 
their classes this year. All the Spanish students were introduced to 
the "audio-lingual" or "oral-aural" method, which concentrates 
on spoken words and continual repetition. No textbooks or any form 
of written symbols were allowed in the classrooms. Much use was 
made of the language laboratory installed at George Mason in 1960. 

Using a trial textbook prepared by the School of Mathematics 
Study Group of Yale University, Mrs. Wheeler in her seventh grade 
"new math" class placed emphasis on how and why instead of 
memorized rules. The seventh graders found their special course 
challenging. "We don't just sit down and add up; now weleam the 
reasons. It's fun. " The Math Department is also formulating a 
course for the accelerated j uniors to take next year; they have 
already worked through Algebra I, II, III, Trig, and Solid Geom¬ 
etry. Their new challenge will probably be Calculus and Analytic 
Geometry. 

The Science Department used much current research material 
to supplement the science text's presentation. Individual student 
research was encouraged and full use was made of the local sci¬ 
entists as guest speakers and the near-by points of scientific interest 
for field trips. 


Language, (Hath 


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Gail Heeter seems to be enjoying her lab period in Biology. 
The worm doesn't look too happy, though. 

FAR LEFT TOP: Ricardo McBride is inspired by Mrs. Costa's 
art a la Spanish style. 

FAR LEFT BOTTOM: Alice Pierce and Liddy Browning care¬ 
fully control themselves as Mrs. Wheeler uses ruler for emphasis. 

LEFT: Location—the Language Lab, a real center of interest 
for Lee Allums. 



Physics students Paul Becker and Jim Ellmore play drinking 
game called Phys-O, not to be confused with other better 
known Biology-type games. 


Science 


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Several new units were introduced in the girls' physical 
education classes. Modern dance, posture and body mechanics, 
and speed-a-way (a combination of field hockey and soccer) 
were highlights of the Department's program. A more intensive 
driver-training course for ninth graders was also added. 

The Industrial Arts Department expanded on the seventh 
and eighth level to include units in leather working and elec¬ 
tricity. 

TOP:Merrill Hunt leads an eighth chorus in one of Mr. Howell's 
music classes. 

CENTER: Loretta Potter, Zach Cotner, and Phil Wilmot form 
an interested group under art instructor, Mr. Foster. 

BOTTOM: Ricky Sebastian and Charlie Browning, seventh 
grade shop workers, learn basic essentials. 

TOP RIGHT: Beware, business world. Sandy Sanford, Jackie 
Heller, and Marian Gorham are learning the typing essentials 
for personal and office use. 

RIGHT: "Did she hit the net?" Mary Rankin is volleying while 
Mrs. Schifman referees. 


fine and Practical Arts 



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Mrs. Gertrude Poole, Mrs. Lavinia Snapp, Mrs. Virginia Boyce, Mrs. Gladys 
Layman, Mrs. Thelma Seelock. 


Custodial Staff 


Cafeteria Staff 


Floyd Carpenter, Frank Spencer, Ernest Lowry, Johnny Haney, Frances 
Webster, Avon Lee. 










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HURTLED, WITH HAPHAZARD DREAMS, 

THROUGH A LONG SERIES OF DAYS... 

WE ALWAYS HOPED WE COULD DISCOVER A PATTERN. 


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ELECTED OFFICERS 


"Definitely the best Student Directory 
ever put out!" 


Tuesday (Hornings . . . 
fit 7:30 

AND WHY WAS IT ALWAYS RAINING? 



"Absolutely!" 

"Of course! " 

"But Yes! " 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 













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EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 


"Can't stand to see bare bulletin boards, empty show cases. 
Produce! Cover! Fill! 


. . . find UUednesdaysJoo 



"We ratifly everything: 

^Changes in the Constitution 
*Minutes over the P.A. 

^Attendance at District and State 
Conventions 
*The Directory" 

"Absolutely.. .even when it's rain¬ 
ing..." 


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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 








S.C.A. executives took over some of the elective and appointive City positions: "Mr. Silverstein the Liters, r 
mrttee of the Vice Squad has selected the '62 Student Handbook for its intricate and up^XonSon"' 


Mayor Carl Neuberg and two elected City 
Council members, Jim Edmondson and 
Susan Dexter, figuring out what to talk 
about on April 23, the scheduled date for 
student take-over of the City Council 
chambers. His Honor: "I've got it all 
figured out. While we keep them busy 
down at City Hall, the football team can 
stage a military coup...then we negotiate 
for Senior privileges.. . " 



Spring. . City Government Day 














An informal after school meeting, probably to announce results of 
the circular distribution drive publicizing the Ceramic Sale. Notice 
various stages of trance caused by dog-bite. 


The Tiki Throng 


At an evening meeting, Mr. Dove from the Embassy 
of Ghana explains African policies. Bill Bausser and 
Richard Davidson listen closely. Jeff Kay is nervous 
about sitting on Mr. Moyka's chest. 

















Richard Davidson, Maija-Liisa Peitsara (exchange stu¬ 
dent from Finland) and class rings: 

Chickey: "Just to keep in the spirit of the thing, maybe 
we should trade. " 

Tepu: "But mine's so much prettier than yours.. . " 



At the State Department: 

J. A. —"Don't you smell the camera, Bill?" 
B. B. — "And now we'll all.. .WHAT! " 

B. A. P. —"I saw it first. . . " 




A display of fund-raising ceramics By Mid at P. T.A. 
meeting. Mrs. McBlair demonstrates. "Why, Jamie, 
of course, I wore my Tiki. " 


The same P.T.A. meeting heard exchange students and returnees speak on 
the Phillipines, Turkey, Switzerland, Denmark, and Argentina. 


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"They didn't come 
Stoddart: "Heh, he! 


. (choke) 
heh. " 


Playing 

Russian Hopscotch 


Beth Longly (just out¬ 
side of picture range), 
holds a High Spot and 
murmurs encouragement 
to team members: 
"Get that bishop, 
get that^ queen.. . 
Come on G.M. (slurp) 
Chess Team! 













"Striving ever onward, upward 
we shall eventually transcend 
the mental load 
of an honor code. " 
Fizzle, fizzle. 



Always on 

The Honor Roll? 



Meeting in the kitchen after the College Day reception, the clean¬ 
up crew talks over plans for the future (immediate or otherwise). 












(1 Vote On The fflenu: 


"Goody, goody, one - act ! " First row, far left plans ahead while fourth from right, 
second row ("Hey, nonny, nonny") hopes it will somehow include Ophelia. The rest 
are holding out for character parts. 


ALLISON'S LITTLE GROUND BEEF 


Rehearsing Altar Bound , '62's entry in a long line of 
Charlottesville winners. Mr. Maher is unperturbed by 
a visiting Minuteman. 


Senior 

dramatics 


George Gibbs before his marriage: "But, 
Mama, I said I was leaving. " 









Illastery 

Spellers 


Stumbling out of the steaming jungle, club mem¬ 
bers never lose their sense of Junior drama. 



Practicing for an assembly: 

In a stage whisper: "Get your elbow out of my Word Mastery Speller . 



"Next question. Yes. . .our first play was a slum story. In the Shadows . 
The second play, The Christmas Miracle , was put off until Easter." 












Absolutely Hex! 
Saturday . . . 


The Club invited City Manager 
Lewis Z. Johnston to speak to the 
school about civil defense. 
Members are still overcome by 
this grave subject. 














. . . Down at the Village 


After carefully examining the expressions, try to 
decide whether this picture was taken before or 
after the Keyette convention in Norfolk; then try 
to locate members who attended. 



To show that the Ke y and Ke y e tt e clubs can work 
together, Jo Ann and Bill discuss future plans after 
tying Tony to the doorjamb. 



Four enthusiasts on the way to a Key Club meeting 















"Why, Hi!" 
Why, Hi!" 
"Why, Hi!" 




Migrantyearbook staff cheerfully deposits last tee- 
shirt in George Mason Salvation Plan. Hallelujah! 












"Let's do something for 
the school. " 

"Maybe we could get 
Fairfax Hospital to 
donate a Children's 
Encyclopedia. " 









Will the real 100-Watt bulb please light up! 




Although the club was actually devoting itself to 
the study of magnets, we can't resist commenting: 
"A 50 megaton, you say?" 


Caught! 

. . . In the mag-net 















The Di-Section 


Helaine Vernon, Susan Manley, and Neil Fisherwork¬ 
ing on 116's bulletin board: "And these are my 
etchings. " 


"I found it in my locker. " 


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"I am the Apex... The 
Life" 

Louise Ripley helps the 
Executive Board plan its 
field trip. 


6 out of 7 leading mathematics 
students recommend Math Club. 
Member on far left prefers 
tiddlywinks. 


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Deep within these calm exteriors beats a pulsating rhythm. Photographer managed to 
catch a rare glimpse of club before Chubby Checkers Concertina II released flood of 
writhing emotionalism. 


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PICTURES WILL DEFINITELY BE TAKEN 
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Complete photography staff; the only question is: 
Who took the picture? 


How Does This Thing Work? 

Fred: "Yaaa—I found it in Cox's 
Popular Photography . " 

Doug: "Let's hang it in the dark room 
for those long evenings when nothing 
develops. " 

Don: "MMMmm, tastes good, too." 


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Charlottes¬ 

ville 

Caper 


Mr. McGee gives background on the debate topic: "This is a blackboard." 


Are we going by private car? 

"What hotel?" 

"It'll probably snow. " 

Anti-social Mike Gress is reading about federal aid to the snow-bound 


Lee to Mike: "We are not!" 


OR - LOST IN THE BLIZZARD 


















Teachers of the World . . . 

Arise! 


Will you remember the tricks you pulled 
on your teachers? 


Three Future Teachers grin gleefully as 
they put lovely red marks all over stu¬ 
dents' papers. 





























florence 

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Club motto: "It's curtains for us. . . sooner or 
later" 


Mrs. Gordon, Claudette Eubank and helpless child: "And then there 
were four. .. " 















for TomorroiD’s 
Bacon- 
Bringers 


Judy Ziph, mental telepathist, relays information 
about the FHA fashion show at Lansburg's in April. 
With various reactions, the rest of the club listens 


Three Smart Set hair dressers show Bobbi Walter, Terry Cox, and Ann 
Williams that nowadays one must homemake glamorously . 




Healthy Happy Homemakers hold Tantalizing Teacher's Tea, Christmas. 




















The Spanish Club is noted for its dark Latin types; their hot blood shows 
only in their eyes. . .(too many fried bananas and racy Spanish movies) 


"First, a quick cha-cha-cha by Mr. Phillips and 
Shelley Buck; then Bill, you flow in with 'A las cinco 
de la Pan American Day. 



And friday 
flight, it 
Snowed . 


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There is one in every organism: the red beating heart 
is in the middle. Entire body keeps alive by giving 
dances and swimming in the football field. . . 





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lies, Guys, 
Letter 
Sweaters 


A specially trained demolition crew attacks fence as 
warm-up for bench-building. 

















Keeping up the spirit can get you down. 

Dances, goalpost, skits, pennants, away games, and those 
artificial mums (for the Cheerleaders).. .slow fadeout with one 
last carousing yell. . 




"That's me, fans, that's me! " 

Judy Ziph is overwhelmed with admiration. 



Balcony 

Bellouis 

FOR THE FELLOWS 













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Creeping 

Automation 



Magnificence of Da-Master Mark III 
stuns Audio-Visual Staff. 


The 

Pocketbook 

Corner 


"I keep forgetting I have a two-hole notebook. 
Left to right: "Tee Hee, " smirk, "Poor sap, 
hysterical giggle, and "Yuk" 











































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Dateline. . 116-fl 


There's My article! 


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Aaah—editorial responsibility (?) 










Virtues of scag mag TEMPO are extolled by Swiger, 
editor pro Tem. 




TEMp 






Will the real Czarina please stand up? 


“Distempo?" 


SWEEPS THE SOUTH- 


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Tomorrow and 
Tomorrow and 
Tomorrow . . 


Mr. Foster, having never seen more than two of the 
art staff at one time, appears quite convincing. 


Not Pictured: Mrs. Disney who has fainted at seeing the entire staff assembled. 










Yes, everybody seems to want ads, Mrs. Disney. . .Mrs. Disney? 



Absolutely, definitely, without fail . ■ .tomorrow. 



The Sophomore Set relaxes before the next round of notes for teacher's 
boxes: "Positively last retakes. . . " 


For humanitarian reasons, this picture will have no caption— 
AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH. . 


















Above :Carl's Clip Club—Varsity Room 
Below : "I say , old boy. Compel them 
to relinquish the ball! " 

Right : "Yaaah! Your mother wears 
combat boots! " 


Above : El Kabong lets 'em have it! 

Right : Swish! (?) 

Below : "Oh! You mean the whistle's already 
blown?" 
















THE 1961 MUSTANGS 

Ht row: G. McBee, D. Wassmann, J. Hull, B. Albaugh, L. Bennett, T. Becker, B. Ebert, P. Quam, L. Forrest, G. Toregas-Manager. 2nd row: A. E. Sommer- 
Coach; D. Sandford-Manager; J. Boobas, T. McNab, S. Koelz, R. Fraley, C. Neuberg, J. Michael, L. Forrest, J. Flynt, J. Elmore, C. Norman-Manager; 
Mr. J. Crain—He ad Coach. 3rd row: J. Gamble—Coach, F. Owen, J. Stevens, D. Carlo, D. Thomerson, T. Monroe, E. Norsworthy, C. Meyer, S. Hamburg,' 
J. Carlo, T. Graham, T. Doyle, B. Duncan. 


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Above left : "Crazylegs" Quam goes for a touchdown. 

Above right : Butch Norsworthy heads for good gain. 

Bottom right : Mustang defense crashes in on Colonels' line. 
Bottom left : Neuburg brings down James Wood halfback for a loss. 





















"I've got one leg; you take the other! " 

Defensive Standouts 


Step right up to win a kiss! 








CORKY MEYER 
LE 

Senior 


DAVE CARLO 
LT 

Junior 


STEVE KOELZ 
LG 

Junior 


TED MONROE 
RT 

Freshman 


JACK FLYNT 
RE 

Junior 


TOD McNAB 
BB 

Sophomore 



CARL NEUBERG 
LB 


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Senior 



RECORD 


G.M. 


OPP. 

34 

Falls Church 

13 

20 

John Mosby 

6 

13 _ 

Herndon 

13 

(JO . 

Handley 

ID 

13 

Herndon 

6 

18 

Loudoun 

13 

33 

Warren Co. 

6 

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James Wood 

26 



PHIL QUAM 
LB 

Sophomore 








Offensive Line-Up 




JOHN MICHAEL 

LEM FORREST 

BUTCH EBERT 

SKIP HAMBURG 

LE 

LG 

C 

RG 

Junior 

Junior 

Sophomore 

Junior 


TROT GRAHAM 

TOM DOYLE 

BUTCH DUNCAN 

LT 

RT 

RE 

Senior 

Senior 

Senior 


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The 1961 Varsity football team enjoyed a six win, one loss, 
one tie record. The only loss was to a fired-up Handley team 
which scored 25 quick points with a pair of fleet-footed half¬ 
backs. The one tie, with Herndon, was later avenged. The 
Mustangs played in all kinds of weather, from the hot muggy 
conditions in Winchester to the rain and mud of Leesburg. 







BUTCH NORSWORTHY 
WB 
Senior 


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(Hr. Versatility” fnds G.H1. Career 


Better luck next time! 


About face! 


It takes more than one, buddy. 


John Carlo- Personal 
Statistics 1958-1961 

Approximately 8000 yards total offense for 4 years. 
Approximately 6 yards per carry. Total points 
scored in career—326. 

Honor Teams 

1959- All District IX Group II 
All Northern Virginia 

1960- All Northern Virginia 
All Group I-B 

All Fairfax County 

1961- All Metropolitan 

All Northern Virginia 
All Group I-B 
All State Back 


The ball gets the boot. 








Left to right: Gayle Yates; Barbara Stetson; Sandy Helwig, Captain; Sharon Cosminsky, Co-Capt; 
Dee Marks; Linda Marks. 



Two Bits . . 


four bits, six bits, a dollar." 

The Varsity Cheerleaders' main goal this 
year was to attain greater school spirit than ever 
before. Through rain and cold weather, the 
cheerleaders strived to push the Mustangs to vic¬ 
tory with bonfire pep rallies, school pep rallies, 
and a senior day during football season. 



Don't hurt him, Butch. 



Rebound! 




















First row, left to right : B. Ellis; D. Shreve; S. Vanneman; T. Cotner; J. Weaver; W. Mahoney; W. Mahoney; S. Sager; B. Mulenberg. 
Second row: E. Pierce; S. Mahan; F. Owen; S. Fifer; S. Davis; D. Smith; B. Davenport; B. Fraley. Third row: J. Gamble, Coach; 
S. Wilson; J. Stevens; M. McCarter; G. McBee; B. Bonnell; P. McCarter; D. Wallingford; J. Hull. 











JUNIOR 



Oh! Oh! There's one more! 


Ready! Hit it! Next group. Ready!.So barked the voice of 

Mr. Jack Gamble as he put the Junior Varsity football squad through its 
paces. 

For the first time in two years, George Mason hadaj. V. football team. 
From the first scrimmage to the last game of the season, the team was 
trying hard. Improvement came rapidly following the shortened J.V. 
season, eleven players were boosted up to the varsity. Considering the 
problems encountered in starting anew, it was quite a successful season. 


Record 


G. M. 


OPP. 

0 

Herndon 

20 

12 

Loudoun 

0 

14 

Herndon 

0 

7 

Falls Church 

20 


Below—First row, left to right: B. Marks; N. Swarthout—Captain; G. Mabry — 
Co-Captain. Second row: C. Lockhart-Mummery; L. Bolton; N. Jones. 


This year the J.V. Cheerleaders had a 
Junior Varsity football team to cheer for, a 
privilege unknown at George Mason for 
several years. They also cheered for a very 
successful basketball team. 


. Amid Cheers 












X 


Varsity Cagers fight to Second in District 


IIKHM. 

In'iiii'A 


RECORD 


G. M. 


OPP. 

38 

Herndon 

37 

43 

Nokesville 

45 

2 

Warren Co. (forfeit) 

0 

46 

Stafford 

62 

54 

Alumni 

49 

46 

Loudoun Co. 

26 

40 

James Wood 

69 

35 

Herndon 

42 

56 

Stafford 

28 

47 

Woodward Prep. 

37 

37 

Handley 

54 

56 

Warren Co. 

35 

52 

Nokesville 

58 

45 

Handley 

61 

53 

Loudoun Co. 

43 

35 

Episcopal 

56 

48 

James Wood 
-District Tournament 

51 

60 

James Wood 

57 

38 

Handley (finals) 

48 




First row , left to right: T. Callanen; D. Roth; J. Crowley; S. Drake; R. Frase; C. Norman, Mana¬ 
ger. Second row : Mr. Rockwell, Coach; C. Hall; B. Lang; C. Albright; K. Thackery; M. Davis; 
B. Duncan; (not pictured: F. Harrison). 


The Basketball team, after a slow start, was very successful in the second half of the season. In 
the last few games, the players started to work together like a championship team and highlighted 
the season with a three-point upset of previously unbeaten James Wood. In the district championship 
game, they lost the tournament to Handley in the final minutes. 



Duncan reaches for a rebound. 
























Above: Mustang's Long Red Line. Below: Carlo 
pulls down a rebound. Right: The "Doc” scores 
two. 


Above: All's not well with The "Rock” look. Below: Callanen 
is tied up. 




o ^ 






MIKE DAVIS 
Senior 


CHARLIE ALBRIGHT 
Senior 


BILL LANG 
Junior 


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DON ROTH 
Junior 


TOM CALLANEN 
Junior 


STUART DRAKE 
Junior 


FEDDI HARRISON 
Senior 


BUTCH DUNCAN 
Senior 


* M,\ 
L o 








Top left: "Come to Papa! "Top 
right: . . and next time with 

my eyes open ! " Bottom left: Oh 
no, the wrong basket! Bottom 
right: "Whatcha doin' Charlie?" 














Number thirteen jinxes opposi¬ 
tion. 



First row, left to right: R. Yeary; J. Ebert; J. Hull. Second row: B. Jonz; T. Wolf; J. Stevens; P. Shaw; 
P. Quam. Third row: A. E. Sommer, Coach; J. Steiner; B. Welch; F. Gillespie; D. ThomersonjJ. Owendoff; 
G. McBee; F. Snowden, Manager. 


Baby (Hustanqs finish 10-5 


The J.V. basketball team came through with a fine season. Although hoping for the district title, the 
team settled for a ten win, five loss record—successful by any standards. 

This excellent record is due, at least in part, to the constant attention and ability shown by Coach 
Sommer. The future is equally bright; with many returnees, we should have a good all-around team next 
year. 



JUNIOR 

VARSITY 

B 

A 














Be it hitting. or pitching . . . 


First row , left to right: S. Wilson; T. Cotner; J. Hull; R. Yeary; S. Koelz; R. Varney; B. Brown; P. Russell. Second 
row : J. Carlo; D. Thomerson; C. Neuberg; B. Welch; J. Michael; D. Roth; P. Gillespie; T. McNab; K. Thackrey; 
T. Callanen; T. Christie, Coach; (not pictured: C. Albright; B. Duncan; J. Gamble, Assistant Coach). 


Baseball - 



. . . Mr. Christie tells 'em fc 






1962 Schedule 


Hopefuls 


Ballou 

Woodward Prep. 
Loudoun Co. 
Warren Co. 
Herndon 
Loudoun Co. 
Quantico 
Warren Co. 


On the Links 


Quantico 

Emerson 

Wakefield 

Priory 

Emerson 

Herndon 

Woodward Prep. 



"Ya mean we gotta be in bed by nine?" 


1962 Golf Schedule 

Groveton Stuart 

Annandale Yorktown 

Lee 


Golf Team —Left to right: T. Lavender; 
M. Davis; F. Harrison; B. Sampson; 
B. Norsworthy; M. Smart; T. Graham; 
J. Sampson; C. Hall; T. Horkan; S. Davis; 
Mr. Crain, Coach. 




GOLF 







1962 Schedule 


T 

R 

A 

C 

K 




Herndon 
James Wood 
Handley 
Loudoun Co. 


April 6 
April 14 
April 28 
May 5 


Seated: J. Haase; J. Stevens. First row , left to right: H. Schiff, Manager; R. Burgess; B. Albaugh; 
T. Becker; B. Vanifth; L. Forrest; M. Valotta; C. Hovey-King; B. Mullenburg. Second row : W. Shick; 
L. Forrest; T. Burnette; M. McBlair; T. Doyle; B. Ellis; D. Carlo; B. Lang; J. Hollins; D. Carper, 
D. McGlassen; M. Sommer, Coach. 










Seven way stretch! 


face Rebuilding years 



First row , left to right: C. Weaver, Manager; W. Dalton; B. Kuritzky; L. Galkins; R, Frase; B. Thomas 
D. Shea, Captain; T. Atkins; Dr. DeGregorio, Coach. Second row : B. Jonz; R. Whitfield; A. Akerman 
L. Koritsky; B. Beverley; C. Chevalier; R. Burnham; (not pictured: B. Wrenn; B. Owendoff; G. Stoddart 
B. Cox). 


1962 Schedule 


St. Albans 
Radford 
St. Stephens 
Yorktown 


St. Stephens 
Episcopal 
Yorktown 
St. Albans 



































This year 



IT CULMINATED MANY TIMES, 
DRAGGED ON TO ANOTHER CLIMAX: 
A SWAMP OF HIGH SPOTS... 
















Be Sure To Homecome . 




Homecoming Court 1962 - Queen 
Sharon Cosminsky; Maid of Honor. 
Barbara Stetson. Senior Attendant, 
Jaye Bausser; Junior Attendant. 
Linda Marks; Sophomore Attendant 
Becky Riley; Freshman Attendant, 
Lala Bolton. 













What do you mean stapled to the floor? 


Bonfire. . .yelling, shouting, music, and mud. Parade, blow- Hurry up! I'm sinking in this mud. 

ing hats and hair. . .borrowed cars and rented trailers (for the 

horse that never arrived). Game: Warrenton.. .we won! Staples, 

cardboard, Joe's Ceiling Plan and the Master Design... 

columnus vs. alumnus.. .both won. 






CAST FOR OUR TOWN 


STAGE MANAGER. Bradford 

DR. GIBBS.Jack Roe 

JOE CROWELL. . Swi 

HOWIE NEWSOME. Rhoads 

MRS. GIBBS.Kathy Kelly 

MRS - WEBB.Donna Fisher 

GEORGE GIBBS. Sw iger 

REBECCA GIBBS. Pierce 

WALLY WEBB. . L1 d 

EMILY WEBB. Emily Lay 

MR. WEBB.Richard Paul 

FIRST WOMAN IN AUDITORIUM. Nancy Hahn 

SECOND WOMAN IN AUDITORIUM.Anita Werner 

THIRD WOMAN IN AUDITORIUM. Shelley Buck 

SIMON STIMSON. Gress 

MRS. SOAMES...Lee Allums 

CONSTABLE WARREN. Fisher 

SI CROWELL.Don j otles 

BASEBALL PLAYERS.Steve Peterson, Don Jones, Sid Clewlow 

SAM CRAIG.John Finley 

JOE STODDARD. Tony Wood 

DIRECTOR.Mr. F. William Maher 


138 































Our louin 



Stop drooling; it'll smear. 


Briar pipe, tweed coat, grey at the temples—now he 
just needs to learn his lines. 







No snow, excitement though. Christmas trees and 
wobbly ladders. ..Dance in toy land. . . Assembly.. . 
Santa even came! Cafeteria caroling: "We Wish You 
a Merry Christmas" over turkey dinner. . .Vacation 
and parties. . .Eleven days of freedom (in the library. . .) 


Christmas . . . 


The men in Jo's life. . . 


Biology Club President Neil Fischer lec¬ 
tures on adaptation, questioning which 
organism shows modification of behavior 
—plant or animal. 


Butch pines for Dee. 






. . . find Babes in loyland 


Starry-eyed at the dance: 
"Mmmm,what deelishus 
punch. . . gargle. . . " 


Christmas Queen and 
King—Dee Marks and 
Butch Duncan. 







Left : Steady, don't drop it 
Right : Gusti's maybe? 

Top right : Queen Sharron and Danny McNab 
Bottom right : The animals came—two by two. 



142 









Just before the moment of silence and flashbulbs. . . 


SWEETHEART COURT 1962 

SHARRON SMITH.Queen 

BARBARA STETSON.Maid of Honor 

KATHY KELLY.Senior Attendant 

CAROL McBEE.Junior Attendant 

CAROL WALLACE.Sophomore Attendant 

DIANE HUGHES.Freshman Attendant 

Kathy Kelly, Senior Attendant, Not pictured. 


Rhythm 'n Red 


Snow again. . .(we suggest that next year, in order to fool the 
snow gods, an erroneous date for the Sweetheart Dance be 
announced). . .Walls decorated with red jazz. . .court in white, 
forest green, and copper. .. and it doesn't matter about the 
money. 



143 










A really versatile 
choir group: "No, 
Janice, you can't 
sing the tenor part; 
Nita, how did you 
get back to the 
soprano section? 
And you ladies on 
the back row right, 
would you kindly 
stop researching 
the values of var¬ 
ious gum. " 























Howell Illell UJe Sing 


In a patriotic mood, the Choir sings "God Bless America" during the Fall 
Pops Concert. 


A female Toscanini-Judy Bauers directs the combined chorus at Thanksgiving 


Christmas—and the lovliest music of the season comes from Mr. Howell's group 


145 










The IDustand Bang 


"Mmmmm. . . flavor straws. " 


"The band room is on fire. " 
"I told you all those papers. 







Band Officers: Jay Hanke, Treasurer; 
David Forbes, Vice-President; Anne 
Herfindahl, President; Ross Armstrong, 
Librarian; Claudie Vander Heuvel, Secre¬ 
tary; George Phillip, Band Manager: 
"Don't mean to horn in.. . " 


The band plays at City Hall in 
All-American City ceremonies. 
All members cleaned their shoes 
in honor of spring. 



: 


i 
















IHason’s musical marvels 




Ten lop Twirlers 



Majority of Majorettes bravely withstand nostalgia of 
bemedaled banner. . . 



Star-Spangled Back Scratchers 


149 






T u e s d a y, February 20, 
1962: Staring into Space 




Come To . . . 


150 


It took two years and 3 1/2 
boxes of tinker toys. 


With precision, direc¬ 
tion, it will land in the 
teachers' parking lot. 

















Michael Cone—1962 First Place Winner: "Ihave the cleanest bacteria 
in town. " 


Colonel Glenn helped spark a feeling for conquering forces 
and mechanisms—then, for science students, the Night Before: 
those terrible lonely moments with a Magic Marker. No more 
tables in the classrooms. . ."Everybody's down in the gym. . ." 


151 


View of an unpurturbed crowd(obviously used 
to living in the Space Age) as another Navy 
missle goes off unexpectedly. 


<f HU) 

Hi t H i. IE 

"Egad, I'll never eat chocolate again.' 














The first day of Spring happened about five times this year and 
was usually a prelude to snow. . . but the faithful kept waiting 
and kept taking off their shoes. . . 


152 



«. 4 || k % jb * 







"Et tu, Kelly! Mr. Layton's nature walk gang obeys the call of the wild(and a near-by 
photographer. . .) 



Seated: Carol Meese—Senior Attendant; Gayle Yates—Junior Attendant; 
Barbara Stetson—Maid of Honor;Maija-Liisa Peitsara—AFS Representative. 
Standing: Dee Marks—Christmas Queen; Sharron Smith —Sweetheart Queen; 
Sharon Cosminsky—Homecoming Queen. 


What to say about the last Evening... Prom flavor has been 
described too many times.. . Remember smells, strange skys, 
the dress she wore, the car that took you there. . . that's enough. 

Goodbye, Everything . . . 


Oh, pickled grasshoppers; how sweet! 


Kathy Kelly 
Prom Queen 
1962 










Senior Activities 


CHARLES ALBRIGHT 

J.V. Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Monogram C. 3, Treas. 4. 

OLIN ALLEN 
LORA LEE ALLUMS 

MUSTANG 1,2,3, Feat. Ed. 2,3; Jr. Dram. 1; Sr. Dram. 3,4; Biology C. 2; Key- 
ettes 3, Corr. Sec. 4; Int. Rel. 4; Jr. G.A.A. 1; S.C.A. 4. 

HODGE ALVES 

Biology C. 2; Int. Rel. 3,4; Sr. Dram. 3,4; Spanish C. 4. 
WILLIAM JOEL ANGLIN, JR. 

Izmir H. S. Turkey, 1, 2; Aurora H. S. Denver, Colo. 3; S.C.A. Treas. 1,2; 
Basketball 1,2; J.V. Football 3; Photo C. 2; Sr. Dram. 2; Band 2; Softball 1,2. 

JOHN BALENGER 
JAYE BAUSSER 

Air Port H. S. Los Angeles, Calif. 1; Sr. Dram. 2,3; Pep C. 2; Keyettes 3, Sr. 
Rep. 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Class Sec. 3; Int. Rel. 3, Historian 3, Sec. 4; 
S.C.A. Inter-Club Chairman 4; LASSO 4. 

JAMES LARRY BENNETT 

Varsity Football 1,2,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3; Hi-Y 3. 
LAURA ANN BERMAN 

Pep C. 2, Treas. 3,4; Sr. Dram. 2,3; Int. Rel. 3; MUSTANG 1,2; Biology C. 2. 

NANCY BETTERS 
F.H.A. 1. 

JOHN G. BOOBAS 

McLean H. McLean, Va. 1,2; Football 1,4; Track 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4. 

BILL BRADFORD 

Jr. Dram. 1; Sr. Dram. 2,3,4; A.F.S. Student to Argentina 3; LASSO Editor 3,4; 
Key C. 2,3, Sec. 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4. 

PATRICIA LOUISE BROWDER 

Jr. Dram. 1; F.T.A. 1,2; Biology C. 2; Sr. Dram. 3,4, Dram. Award 3; 
F. N. A. 3,4; Int. Rel. 3,4; Spanish C. 4; Nat. Thespian Society 3,4. 

WESLEY BURCH 

Band 1,2; MUSTANG 3,4; Track 3,4. 

ALBERT F. BURGESS 
Biology C. 2; Sr. Dram. C. 3. 

THOMAS BURNETTE 
DENNIS CAMPBELL 

MUSTANG Staff 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Audio-Visual 1,2; S.C.A. 2. 

JOHN CARLO 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Track 1; Monogram C. 
2, 3, Pres. 4. 


DOUGLAS H. CARPER 

Track 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2, 3,4; MUSTANG 3; Dance Band 2, 3. 

PAUL CHEVALER 
MICHELE CHOURRET 

Zama Amer. H. S. Japan 1,2; Littleton H. S. Mass. 3; Pep C. 1, 2; G.A.A. 1; 
Class Sec. 3, Jr. Prom Attendant 3; Volleyball 3; Prom Comm. 3. 

JOHN HARDY JAMES CHRISTENSEN 

J.V. Football 1; Jr. Dram. 1; Jr. Science 1; Sr. Dram. 2; Football 2,3; Spanish 
C. 4; Int. Rel. 4; Biology C. 2; Band 1,2,3. 

CAROLYN COBURN 
CAROL COLLIER 

Douglas MacArthur High School, Japan 1; Dram. C. 1; F.H.A. 1; F.N.A. 2; 
Science Fair Award 2; Biology C.2; Spanish C.4; N.V.H.S. 2,3,4; Int. Rel. 4. 
SHARON ELIZABETH COSMINSKY 

Class V.P. 1; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Jr. Dram. 1, Sec. 1; Sr. High Choir 1,2; S. C. A. 
1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, Rec. Sec. 4; MUSTANG 1,2,3; J.V. Cheerleader, Co-captain 
2; Sr. Dram. 2,3,4, V.P. 3; Biology C. 2, Sec.-Treas. 2; S.C.A. State Conv. 
2, 3; Pep C. 2, 3, 4; Keyettes 2, 3, Rec. Sec. 4; F. T. A. 3, 4, V. P. 4; LASSO 
Exchange Ed. 3,4; Cheerleader 3, Co-captain 4; Cheerleaders' C. 3,4; Nat. 
Hon. Soc. 3,4;N.Va. Sun Teen Corr. 3; TEMPO Ex. Ed. 4; Homecoming 
Queen 4. 

JOHN CROWLEY 
WINIFRED DALTON 

Exhibition Committee 1,2,3; Library 3,4. 

RICHARD DAVIDSON 

Falls Church H. S. 1,2; Latin Honor Society 2; MUSTANG 4; Int. Rel. C. 4. 

PAM DAVIES 

Softball 1,2; Girls' J.V. Basketball 2; Biology C. 2; F.H.A. 4; F.N.A.4; Pep 
C. 4; Sr. Dram. 4; S.C.A. 4. 

MICHAEL A. DAVIS 

Havelock H. S., N. C. 1; Tustin H. S., Calif. 2; Hi-Y 3; Monogram C. 4; 
Golf 3,4; Basketball 4; Variety Show 3,4. 

FRAN DEPUTY 

Mt. Blair, Hillsbourgh, Herndon 1; J. E. B. Stuart 2; F. H. A. 1; Art C. 1; 
French C. 3; Girls Chorus 3; French Class Rep. 3; TEMPO 4. 

BARBARA ELLEN DEWHURST 
Masontown H. S., Perm. 1,2, 3, 4; Sr. Chorus 3,4. 

SARAH KATHARINE DILLENDER 

Granville H.S., Wise. 1; Boonville H. S., Mo. 1; Leavenworth H. S. Kans. 2; 
Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Spanish C. 2; Dram. C. 1; Foreian Language C. 1. 




CHARLES ROBERT DOTY 
Baseball 4. 

THOMAS F. DOYLE 

Alabama 1; J.V. Football 1; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,4; Class Treas.3; S.C.A. 
Treas. 4; Biology C. 2; Monogram C. 4; Science Fair Award 2. 

MARY MARGARET DR1SKO 

F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Pep C. 2,3,4; S.C.A. 3,4; J.V. Cheerleader 2. 

GEORGE A. DUNCAN 

J.V. Basketball 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 
Co-Captam 4; Biology C. 2; Monogram C. 3, V. P. 4. 

JAMES D. ELLMORE 
PAUL T. EMERINS 
FRANCES SUSAN EUBANK 

Sr. High Choir 1; F.T.A. 1,2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Class Sec. 2; F.H A 12- 
Pep C. 2,3,4; S.C.A. 3. ’ ’ 

DAVID FARRELL 
DONNA DALE FISHER 

Jr. Dram. Pres. 1; Class Sec. 1; Sr. Dram. 2,3, Pres. 4; Class V. P. 4- Key- 
ettes 4; S.C.A. 4; Nat. Thespians 3,4; Best Actress Award 3; F.T.A. Historian 

1; F.H.A. 1; Biology C. 2; MUSTANG 1; Pep C. 2; Prom Comm. 4; Variety 
Show 3. 7 

DAVID PRESTON FORBES 

Band 1, Treas. 2, Student-Conductor 2, V. P. 4; All State 2; PENMAN'S 
PALETTE 2; Track 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Football 3; Chorus 4. 

LEE C. FORREST 

J.V. Football 1; Biology C. 2; Track 3,4; Football 4. 

PAUL FOUCHE 
MARGARET FRALEIGH 

Amer. H.S. Japan 1,2; Cheerleader 1, Capt. 2; G.R.A. 1, Events Chairman 2; 
Yearbook 1,2, Senior Ed. 4; S.C.A. 1,2,4; Debate 3,4; Int. Rel. C. 3 4- 
Tri-Hi-Y 3; Softball 2. ’ ’ 

KATHERINE GELBACH 

LASSO Art & Humor Ed. 2, Features Ed. 3,4; TEMPO Asst. Ed. 4; QUILL & 
SCROLL 3,4; MUSTANG 1,2,3; Int. Rel. C. 3, Historian 4; Sr. Dram. 2,3,4; 
S.C.A. 4; Jr. Variety Show 3; Keyettes 4; SIPA Delegate 2,3. 

BONNIE C. GERMAN 
Choir 2. 

PATRICIA GIBBONS 

Sr. Dram. C. 4; Int. Rel. C. 4; LASSO 4; TEMPO 4; N. V.H. S. 1 2 3 4' 
Library 2. > > » > 

BARRY GLASSMAN 

Sr. Dram. 1,2,3,4; Biology C. Pres. 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; S.C.A. 

4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; LASSO 3,4; TEMPO 3,4; MUSTANG 3. 


156 


MARY HUIE 

S.C.A. 4; TEMPO Corr. Ed. 4; Sr. Dram. 4; Int. Rel. C. 4; MUSTANG 3. 

GARY A. HULFISH 
KATHERINE JENKINS 

Fd Ua J- ™PoT t r’ V n', 1 ’ 2; ° ram - C - 1)4; Chorus 1 ’ 2 ’ MUSTANG Literary 
Ed. 4, TEMPO 4; Int. Rel. C. 4; Service League 1,2. 

MARTHA SUE JONES 

F.N.A. 1,2,3,4; Keyettes 3,4; Class Sec. 4; Biology C. 2; S.C.A. 4- F N A 
Club Senator 1, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 4. 

JEFFREY KAY 

Chorr 12; Draim 1,2 3,4; Int. Rel. C. 3, Treas. 4; LASSO 3,4, Bus. Manager 
4; Key Club 4; QUILL & SCROLL 3, 4. 

MARY KATHLEEN KELLY 

Radford H. S. Honolulu, Hawaii 1, Wilson H. S. Long Beach 2; Pep C. 1; Latin 
C. 1; Calif. Scholarship Fed. 2; French C. 2; Spanish C. Treas. 2; A. F. S.C. 
2; Girls’ League 2; S.C.A. 2; Tennis 2;Hockey 2;Debate 3,4;Keyette Club 3,' 
Pres 4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Sec. 4; Outstanding Jr. Girl 3; 
Sr. Dram. 4; S. C. A. V. P. 4; TEMPO 4; Prom Queen 4. 

ALEXANDER KEPLER 

THOMAS LAVENDER 
Golf 2, 3, 4; Chess C. 1,4; Stamp C. 4. 

A. JOHN LEONE 
CYNTHIA LONG 

S.C.A. 1,2,3; LASSO 1; Sr. Dram. 3; Choir 1; F.N.A. 3,4; MUSTANG 1 2 
Class Ed. 3; Biology C. 2. ’ ’ 

EDWARD MANWARING 
Key C. 4; Int. Rel. C. 4. 

DEADRA MARKS 

Heidelberg H.S. Germany 1; S.C.A. 1,3;G.A.A. 1; Biology Club 2;Sr.Dram. 

; Pep 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Softball 2; Class V.P. 3; F.T.A. 3,4, Chaplain 4- 
Cheerleader 4; Cheerleading C. 4, Treas. 4; Keyettes 2, Jr. Rep. 3 V. P. 4- 
Sec. District Keyette C. 4. 

GEORGE MASuN 

American Revolutionary Statesman 1-4; Va. House of Burgesses; Constitutional 
Convention; Objections to the Federal Constitution . Author. 

JOHN MASTERSON 

Frankfurt H.S. Germany 1; Choir 1,2,3,4; Melloteens 1; Librarian 4; Concert 
Band 2; Marching Band 3,4; Speech & Drama C. 1; Sr. Dram. 3,4- Int Rel 
C. 3,4; MUSTANG 2; S.C.A. 1. 

MARGARET GORMAN 

I v' A Ba!k^h U ^i r p VN T G 1,2j Tri ' Hi " Y 2 ’ 3 ; Science Fair Award 2; Biology C 2- 
J.V. Basketball 2; Intramural Basketball Co-Captain 3; Jr. Librarian lV 

Spanish C. 4; N.V. H.S. 1,2, 3, 4; Int. Rel. C. 4 Parian 1,2, 




THOMAS TRAUTMANN GRAHAM 

J. V. Football 1; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Football 2,3, Co-Captain 4;Basketball 
3; Monogram C. 3, Chaplain 4; Key C. 3,4; Golf 1,2,3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4; 
Prom Comm. Chairman 3. 

MICHAEL GRESS 

Silver Lake H.S., Mass. 2; Plymouth H. S., Mass. 1; Dramatics 1,4; Debate 
Team 1; MUSTANG Photog. Editor 4; Photog. Club 4. 

NANCY ANNE HAHN 

Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Keyette C. 3,4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Basketball 2; Jr. Dram. 
1; Sr. Dram. 4; Sr. High Choir 1,2,3; F. N. A. 3; S. C. A. 1,2; LASSO 4; Jr. 
Tri-Hi-Y 1; Variety Show 3, Sec. 3, Historian 2,3. 

CARLE. HALL 

Key C. 2,3,4; Monogram C. 3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Basketball 3,4; Golf 2,3,4. 

MYRON HANKE 

Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1,2; Sr. Dram. 4. 

EUGENE HARRISON 

Class Treas. 1; Sr. Hi-Y 2; Monogram C. 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Golf 3,4. 

INGRID M. HAYES 
JACQUELINE HELLER 
SANDRA LOUISE HELWIG 

F. H. A. 1,2,3; Pep C. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading C. 3, Pres. 4; S. C. A. 4; Variety 
Show 1; Cheerleader 2,3, Capt. 4. 

MARIE HENRY 

Gardner H. S., Gardner, Mass. 1,2,3. 

ROBERT HERB 

Sr. Dram. 3, 4; Biology C. 2. 

ANNE ELIZABETH HERFINDAHL 

Band 1, Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Student Director 4; Class Pres. 1; Choir 1, Pres. 2; 
Nat. Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; S.C.A. 2,3,4. 

RODNEY HERNDON 
JAMES S. HOLLINS 

J.V. Basketball 1,2; Basketball 3; Boys' State 3. 

MICHAEL T. HORKAN 
Golf 3,4. 

MARGARET R. HOWELL 
MARY LOUISE HUARD 

F.N.A. 1,3, Public Rel. Chairman 4; Class Treas. 4. 

ANN McNAMARA 

Jr. Dram. 1; Sr. Dram. 2,3, Sec. Treas. 4; F.N.A. 1,2,4, Pres. 3; Int. Rel. 
2,4, Treas. 3; MUSTANG 1,2, Sub. Manager 3; Keyettes 2,3, Historian 4; 
S.C.A. 2; Thespian Society; Biology C. 2; Span. C. 4; Jr. Variety Show 3; 
Basketball 2; Debate 1. 


CAROL MEESE 

F.N.A. 2, V. P. 3, Sec. 4; Sr. Dram. 1,3,4; Int. Rel. C. 4; Keyette C. 4; 
MUSTANG 2, 3; F. H. A. 1; Choir 4. 

COURTNEY MEYER 
J.V. Football 1; Football 3,4. 

WALTER MIELWOCKI 

Chess C. 1,2,3,4; Sr. Dram. C. 1,2,3,4; Thespian Society; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; 
Track 1,2; Choir 1,2,3; MUSTANG 2,3; S.C.A. 1, 3; Biology C. 2. 

CARLEE MODINE 

Stuttgart H. S. Germany 1,2; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Cheerleader 2; G.A.A. 1,2; 
F.T.A. 4; Int. Rel. C. 4; MUSTANG Sr. Ed. 4. 

HELEN MOMSEN 

Choir 3,4; Int. Rel. C. 3; Sr. Dram. C. 2,3,4. 

GEORGIA MOYKA 

Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; F.H.A. 1; Sr. Dram. C. 2,3,4; MUSTANG 2,3,4; LASSO 3; 
Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Span. 4; SIPA Convention 2, 3; Keyette C. 3,4; QUILL & 
SCROLL 3,4; F.N.A. 4. 

CARL NEUBERG 

Monogram C. 4; J.V. Football 1; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Tennis 1; 
Biology C. 2. 

ELWOOD NORSWORTHY 

Hi-Y 3; Monogram C. 3,4; Track 4; Football 2,3,4. 

MARIA OLTMAN 

MUSTANG 1,2,3; LASSO 3,4; TEMPO 3,4; F.N.A. 2; N.V.H. S. 1,2, 3, 4; 
Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Biology C. 2. 

DENA OTIS 

F.H.A. 1,2,3; Basketball 2; MUSTANG 1,2; TEMPO Prod. Chief 3,4; Sr. Dram. 
2, 3,4; Biology C. 2; Pep C. 4; Debate 1. 

ANN OVERBY 

Jr. Dram. C. 1; S.C.A. 1,2; Science C. Sec. 1; Biology C. 2; Sr. Dram. 2,3,4; 
Keyettes Soph. Dir. 2, Senator 3,4; F.N.A. 3; MUSTANG 2, 3; TEMPO 4; 
Int. Rel. C. 4; S.C.A. 4; N.H.S. 2,3,4. 

ROBERT OWENDOFF 

Science C. V. P. 1; Biology C. 2; Band 1,2,4, V. P. 3; S.C.A. 4; Nat. Latin 
Soc. 2; Math. C. 4; First Place: G.M. Science Fair 2,3; First Place (Misc. 
Category) Va. State Fair. 

RICHARD PAUL 

Biology C.2; Sr. Dram. 2,3,4; LASSO 3,4; TEMPO 3,4; QUILL & SCROLL 3,4. 

NANCY PAYNE 
PAMELA PEARSON 
MAIJA-LIISA PEITSARA 

Girls' H. S. of Kuopio; Keyettes 4; Int. Rel. C. 4. 

RONALD PENNEY 

KeyC. 4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; S.C.A. 4; Span. C. 4. 


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BETH ANN PIERCE 

McLean H. S. Va. 1,2; MUSTANG Ed. 4; Class Pres. 3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; 
S.C.A. 4; Int. Rel. C. 3, V. P. 4; QUILL & SCROLL 3, 4. 

MEREDITH PIERCE 

F.T.A. 1,2; Jr. Dram. 1; Biology C. 2; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, Treas. 4; Int. 
Rel. C. 4; Span. C. 4; Typing Award 3. 

GERALDINE PUCKET 

Fairfax H.S. Va. 1; F.H.A. Treas. 1; Biology C. 2; F.T.A. 2,4, His. 3; Sec. 4; 
Pep C. 2,4, Sec. 3, Sec. 4; Softball 2, Variety Show 2,3. 

THOMAS RAGLAND 

J.V. Football 1; Int. Rel. C. 4; Biology C. 2. 

NANCY REECE 

West H.S. Bremerton, Wash. 1; Outdoor C. 1; Pep C. 1; Torch Hon. Soc. 1; 
MUSTANG 2; Sr. Dram. C. 3; Choir 4; Int. Rel. C. 4. 

WILLIAM BLAINE REID 
ROBERT RHOADS 

Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Sr. Dram. 1, Stage Manager 2, 3,4; Thespian Society 
3,4; Band 1,2,3, Drum Major 4; Chess C. 2,3, Pres. 4; MUSTANG Ad. Manager 
3,4, Bus. Manager 4; Key C. 4; Biology C. 2; S.C.A. 4. 

SUSAN ROBERTS 

Auburn H.S. Auburn, Ala. 1; Falls Church H.S. Va. 2; F.H.A. 1; F.N.A. 3,4; 
Sr. Dram. 3,4; Span. C. 4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Thespian Society 3,4; Keyettes 
4; Pep C. 1; Dramatics Award 3. 

RICHARD ROBERTSON 
Band 3,4. 

WILLIAM ROBERTSON 
Hi-Y 3,4. 

JOAN RUSSELL 

Clay County H.S. 1; Orange Park H. S. 2; Pep Squad 1,2; Jr. Red Cross 1; 
Library Council 2; F.H.A. 2; F.T.A. 2; Basketball 2; Dram. C. 3; Int. Rel. 
C. 3,4; F.N.A. 3. 

WILLIAM SAMPSON 
Golf 3,4. 

SANDRA K. SANFORD 
SHARON LEE SCHNEIDER 

Softball 1,2; Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; F.H.A. 1,2; Jr. Dram. 1; S.C.A. 2; Biology 
C. 2; Pep C. 2,3, Pres. 4; F.T.A. 3,4; J.V. Basketball 2; Variety Show 2,3. 

DENNIS SHEA 

Tennis 1,2,3, Capt. 4; Int. Rel. C. 4; Audio-Visual 2. 

ROBERT SIK 

Rocket C. 1; Science C. 1; Track 3; Audio-Visual 3. 

ROBERT SMALE 

Granby H.S. Norfolk, Va. 1,2; Photography 4. 


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GEORGE M. SMARTT 
Golf 3,4; Audio-Visual 1,2. 

SANDRA SMITH 

Jr. Tri-Hi-Y 1; Biology 2; Chorus 2; Dram. C. 2; MUSTANG 2; Int. Rel. C. 4. 

SHARRON SMITH 

S.C.A. 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; F.T.A. 1; Dram.C. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,4; MUSTANG 
2; Biology C. 2; Pep C. 2,4; Keyettes 4; Majorette 1; Sweetheart Queen 4. 

RONALD SMITH 

Chess C. 3,4; Stamp C. 3; Baseball 3,4; School Store 2. 

ROBERT SORGEN 

Biology C. 2; Int. Rel. C. 4; Hi-Y 4. 

DAVID SPARROW 

Band 1,2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Manager 4; Biology C. 2; Sr. Dram. 3,4; S. C. A. 
1; MUSTANG 2; Key C. 4. 

CONSTANCE STEINKAMP 

Band 1,2, 3,4; MUSTANG 1,2,3, Co-Ed. 4; Int. Rel. C. 4; Biology C. 2; 
Sr. Dram. C. 4. 

BARBARA STETSON 

S.C.A. 1,2,3, Corr. Sec. 4; Keyettes 3,4; Softball 1,2; Pep C. 1,2,3,4; 
F.H.A. 1,2,3; J.V. Cheerleader 1, Captain 2; Cheerleader 4. 

GEOFFREY STODDART 

QUILL & SCROLL 3,4; Key C. 3, Pres. 4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; TEMPO 3,4; 
LASSO 3,4; Chess C. 2, V. P. 3, Sec.-Treas. 4; Biology C. 2; Sr. Dram. 4. 

KENNETH SWIGER 

Biology C. 2; Key C. 2,3,4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 2,3,4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Sr. 
Dram. 2, 3,4; MUSTANG 3; TEMPO 4. 

KENT THACKREY 

Baseball 1,2,3,4; J.V. Basketball 1,2; Key C. Soph. Director 2, Jr. Director 3; 
Nat. Hon. Soc. 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Monogram C. 4; S.C.A. Treas. 3, Pres. 4; 
LASSO Sports Ed. 4. 

GEORGE TOREGAS 

Track 1,2, Capt. 3,4; Football 1; Monogram C. 2, Sec. 3,4; Biology C. 2; 
Pep C. 3; Hi-Y 3,4; MUSTANG 3; LASSO 3. 

ANNE TURNER 
F.H.A. 1; Sr. Hi. Choir 2. 

CLAUDIA WELLS 
Choir 2; Sr. Dram. 2. 

SUSAN WEXLER 

Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Sr. Dram. 3; Biology C. 2. 

RUSSELL WHITFIELD 

Audio-Visual 1,2,3; Int. Rel. C. 4; Tennis 4. 

JULIE WIATT 

Ft. Hamilton H.S., Brooklyn 1; Groveton H.S., Va. 2; Sr. Dram. 3,4; F.N.A. 
4; MUSTANG 3, Art. Ed. 4; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Art. C. 1,2, Newspaper 1. 


NANCY WILKERSON 

J. V. Basketball 2; Sr. H. Choir 2; Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

ANTHONY WOOD 

Biology C. 2; Track 2; PALETTE 2,3; Int. Rel. C. 3,4; Sr. Dram. 2; Key 
C. 3, Sec. 4; LASSO 4. 

BARRY WRENN 

Biology C. 2; Baseball 2; Dram. C. 3; Key C. 3, V. P. 4; Class Pres. 4; Int. 
Rel. C. 4. 

JUDITH ZIPF 

Pep C. 1, V. P. 3, Sec. 4; F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; F. T. A. 1,2, 3,4; Sr. Hi. 
Choir 1; Cheerleader 2; Biology C. 2; S.C.A. 4. 


Club Directory 

S. C. A. 


Page 83. 

ELECTED OFFICERS: Barbara Stetson—Corresponding Secretary; Sharon Cosminsky—Recording Secre¬ 
tary; Kent Thackery—President; Sarah Edmondson—2nd Vice President; Tom Doyle—Treasurer. Not 
pictured: Kathy Kelly—Vice President. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: 1st row : Sara Edmondson, Barbara Stetson, Kent Thackery, Sharon Cosminsky, 
Tom Doyle. 2nd row : Judy Ziph—Social Committee; Beth Ann Pierce—Public Relations; Susan Dexter- 
Freshman Class President; Skip Schwenn—7th grade Pres. 3rd row : Bob Owendoff—Special Projects; Bob 
Rhoads—Elections; Barry Glassman—Assembly. 

Page 84. 

EXHIBITION COMMITTEE: 1st row : Howard Williams—Secretary; Richard Thompson—President; Chip 
Hovey-King—Vice President; Dr. DeGregario—Sponsor. 2nd row : Richard Atkinson, William Bonnell, 
Steve Mahan. 3rd row : John Weaver, Philip Gelbach, Bob McBride, Gregg Fisher. 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL: ljt row : Barbara Stetson, Sharon Cosminsky, Kent Thackery, Sarah Edmondson, 
Tom Doyle. 2nd row : Gayle Yates, Judy Ziph, Linda Marks, Lee Allums, Marion Edwards. 3rd row : 
Ann Bowie, Peggy Anderson, Linda Rains, Nancy Roe, Kathie Edwards, Carol McBee. 4th row : Ben 
Brown, Michael Cone, Steve McLean, Roger Burnham, Mike McClure, Ron Penney, Bob Mulenburg. 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 


Page 86. 

1st row : Jeff Kay—Treasurer; Mr. MdBlair— Sponsor; Beth Ann Pierce—Vice President; Bill Bradford— 
President. Not p i c t ure d—Jaye Bausser—Secretary; Kathy Gelbach—Historian. 2nd row : Beth Langly, 
Emily Lay, Pat Browder, Lee Allums, Juli Wiatt, Sharon Schneider, Hodge Alves. 3rd row : Shelley 
Buck, Connie Steinkamp, Arm Overby, Nancy Hahn, Margie Fraleigh, Tepu Peitsara, Kathy Kelly, 
Mary Huie. 4th row : Susan Roberts, Carol Meese, Ann McNamara, Susan Wexler, Srah Blair, Barbara 
Blair, Diana Duggan, Dennis Shea, John Masterson. 5th row : Barry Wrenn, Bill Cox, Richard Davidson, 
Jack Roe, Edith St. John, B 1 a i r Hoffman, Kay Jenkins, Bill Bausser. 6th row : Mike Gress, Allan 
Vannerman, Barry Glassman, Stephen Shields, Geoff Stoddart, Ron Penney, Ted Manwaring, Walter 
Mielwocki. 


CHESS CLUB 


Page 88. 

1st row : Ben Brown, Lloyd Galken. 2nd row : Bob Rhodes, John Michaels, Geoff Stoddart. 

CLUB IN ACTION— Standing : Walter Mallory, David Koffman, Michael Cone, George Phillip. Sitting — 
1st row : Thomas Newton, Ben Brown, Bob Rhodes, Lloyd Galken. 2nd row , backs to camera: Robert 
Wood, Wilbert Mahoney. 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Page 89. 

1st row : Beth Ann Pierce, Ann Herfindahl—Pr e s i d e nt. Not pictured—Kathy Kelly—Vice President; 
Meredith Pierce—Secretary-Treasurer. 2nd row : Arm Overby, Sharon Cosminsky, Nancy Hahn. 3rd row : 
Bill Bradford, Bob Rhoads, Kent Thackery, Jim Edmondson. 

SENIOR DRAMATICS CLUB 

Page 90. 

1st row : Arm McNamara—Secretary-Treasurer; Donna Fisher—President; Emily Lay—Vice President. 2nd 
row : Beth Longly, Pat Browder, Lee Allums, Ronnie Spero, Parry Price, Juli Wiatt, Hodge Alves, Don 
Jones, Janice Lamb. 3rd row : Ann Overby, George Phillip, Nancy Hahn, Barbara Blair, Shelly Buck, 
Helen Momson, Susan Roberts. 4th row : Bob Herb, Jogn Masterson, Jack Roe, Blair Hoffman, Janice 
Johnston, Kay Jenkins, Bob Rhoads, Bill Bradford, Mike Gress, Walter Mielwocki. 


159 




JUNIOR DRAMATICS CLUB 

Page 91. 

1st row : Miss Amstutz—Sponsor; Marion Edwards—Vice President; Nancy Roe —President; Carl Parker— 
Treasurer. 2nd row : Robert Wood, Ann Caruso, Skip Schween, John Hare. 3rd row : Susan Swarthout, 
Mary Jane Hanna, Mary Goggin, Nina Cortado. 4th row : Kathie Edwards, Dorothy Stein, Judy Paras. 5th 
row : Carlijane Dunn, Kathie Tackney, Dick Fredenburg, Penny Parker. 

KEY CLUB 

Page 92. 

1st row : Bill Bradford—Secretary; Barry Wrenn—President; Geoff Stoddart—President; Jim Edmondson— 
Treasurer. 2nd row : Fichard Frase, Bill Cox, Ben Brown, Paul Jones, Jack Roe. 3rd row : Pete Shaw, 
Alan Vanneman, Skip Hamburg, Bob Rhoads. 4th row : Jeff Kay, John Michael, Ron Penny, Teddy 
Manwaring, David Jacobson, Kent Thackery. 

KEYETTE CLUB 

Page 93. 

1st row ; Lee Allums—Corresponding Secretary; Sharon Cosminsky—Recording Secretary; Dee Marks— 
Vice President; Kathy Kelly—President; Pat Simmons—Chaplain; Ann McNamara—Historian. 2nd row : 
Judy Ziph, Barbara Stetson, Laurie Overby, Emily Lay, Janice Houseman, Jane Lamb. 3rd row : Mrs. 
Lanier—Sponsor; GladBulwinkle, Ann Overby, Nancy Hahn, Susan Roberts, Carol Meese, Mrs. Bradley— 
Sponsor. 4th row : Judy Bauer, Kathy Gelbach, Judy Strup, Barbara Owen. 5th row ; Carol McBee, Tepu 
Peitsara, Sue Jones, Peggy Hedetneimi, Diane Clark, Blair Hoffman, Donna Fisher. 


TRI HI Y 

Page 94. 

1st row : Gail Wright—Chaplain; Paula Cole—Vice President; Ann Middleton—Secretary; Pam Everett— 
Historian. Not pictured: Donna Daniels—President. 2nd row : Diane Flynn, Pauline Slade, Beth Longley, 
Sharon Bailey, Susan Maxwell. 3rd row: Robin Uhl, Ronnie Spero, Connie Lentz, Bobbie Walter, Marie 
Willet. 4th row: Margie Mitchell, Kathie Sandridge, Peggy Martin, Barbara Disque, Karen Culbertson, 
Carol Klein. 

HI Y 


_lst row: Vincent Palerm—Historian; Bob Schleeper—Vice President; Snuffy Panciera—President; Tom 
Tong—Chaplain; Roy Mills-Sgt.-at-Arms. 2nd row: George Phillip, Bill Cruise, Chip Hovey-King, 
Richard Thompson, Rusty Lunson, Shad Hoffman, Chris Albaugh. 3rd row: Warren Seleski, Bill 
Robertson, Howard Williams, John Romer, Steve Keelz, John Leoni. 4th row : Richard Hough, Cliff 
Roland, Jack Smith, Jeff Hall, Bill Ames, Philip Gellespie, Dennis Campbell. 

SCIENCE CLUB 


Page 96. 

1st row: Mike Cone —President G Treasurer; Walter Mallory—Vice President; Ron Keeler; Mr. Layton— 
Sponsor. 2nd row : Robin Kelly—Secretary; Don Crane, Thomas Newton. 3rd row: David Koffman, Bill 
Bolser, Mike McClure, Jeff Martin, Mark McDowell. 

BIOLOGY CLUB 

Page 97. 

1st row: George Phillips, Cricket Sherman. 2nd row : Diana Sorgen, Nancy Roe, Doug Conner, Dorothy 
Stein, Bill Balser, Roie Black, David Koffman, Nancy Anderson, Jana Hahn-Vice President; Susan 
Manly, Parry Pierce—Secretary. Not pictured: Paul Jones—Treasurer; Neil Fisher—President. 


160 


MATH CLUB 


Page 98. 

1st row : Mark Theu, Charles Carroll, Tommy Smith, David Koffman—Programming Committee. 2nd 
row : Bill Bolser, Mike Cone, Tom Lewis. Not pictured: Louise Ripley—President; Brenda Drummond— 
Vice President; Jane Ripley—Secretary-Treasurer; Maureen Thackerey—Programming Committee. 

GEORGE MASON TWIST CLUB 

Page 99. 

1st row : Lucille Bottomley, Belle Sarkent—Musical Historian; Delores Del Lackes, Wanda Bartholomew — 
Nurse; Jane Pained—Assistant Nurse. 2nd row : Margie Applebutton, Cornelia Slotboom, Penelope 
Pennysworth, Vanessa Van HooHa, Ermintrude Mud, Ruby Quasimodo. 3rd row : Sam Spade, Irving 
Blik, Passionata Jones, Irene Goodnight, Millicent Wiggleswell, Agathithlebee Quincent Witherspoon, 
Lilac Bushed. Not shown: Chicken T. (for Twisted) Baby—King, Jo-El Warped—Vice King, and Edgar 
Frimp—Chiropractor. 


PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 


Page 100. 

Don Jones, Diana Duggin, Bill Cox, Karen Louden, Fred Bolling, Doug Conner. 


DEBATE CLUB 

Page 101. 

Top : Nancy Hahn, Mike Cress, J. J. Magoo, Albert Burgess, Lee Allums. Bottom , left: BAP, Margie 
Fraleigh, Joe Anglin, Kathy Kelly, Barry Glassman, Mike Gress, Mr. McGee. 

FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 


Page 102. 

1st row : Dee Marks—C hapl a in; Sharon Cosminsky —Vice President; Susan Eubank—Pre s i d ent; Jerry 
Puckett—Secretary; Barbara Owen—Treasurer; Linda Marks—Historian. 2nd row : Parry Pierce, Gayle 
Yates, Judy Zipf, Judy Ingalls, Betsy Gress, Barbara Zieses. row: Susan Manly, Peggy Martin, Diane 
Clark, Sharon Schneider, Barbara Montfort. 

FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA 

Page 103. 

1st row: Mary Louise Huard—Public Relations; Connie Musser—Treasurer; Carol Meese —Secretary; Sue 
Jones—President; Elaine Thomas—Vice President; Mrs. Gordon—Sponsor. 2nd row : Dorothy Stein, 
Corneliq Cotter, Janie Dillender, Noodles Wiatt, Lu Lu Ume, Janet Longerbeam, Penny Redman. 3rd 
row : Nancy Roe, Susan Roberts, Susan Graham, Joan. Fletcher, Mary Ann Rankin, Sandy Chaszai. 4th 
row : Annie McNamara, Blair Hoffman, Carol Hewitt, Judy Paris, Kathy Tackney, Claudette Eubank, 
Ellen Levin. 

FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 

Page 104. 

1st row : Mrs. Hardy—Sponsor; Judy Ziph—President; Sally Stratton—Historian. 2nd row : Janet Nixon, 
Kathy Rick, Peggy Anderson, Nancy Swartliaut, Gail Mabray. 3rd row : Bobbi Walter, Jane Lamb, Carol 
Wallace, Linda Edwards, Sally Bolton, Barbara Montfort. 4th row : Lorrie Garity, Linda Silberstein, Ann 
Middleton, Lala Bolton. 



SPANISH CLUB 


Page 105. 

1st row : Ron Penny—President; Patty Browder—Vice President. 2nd row : Georgia Moyka, Beth Ann Pierce, 
Hodge Alves. 3rd row : Mary Ann Rankin, Walter Mallory, John Penny, Shelley Buck. 4th row: Carlijane 
Dunn, Ann McNamara, Susan Roberts. 


MONOGRAM CLUB 

Page 106. 

1st row : Butch Duncan—Vice President; Charlie Albright—T reasurer; John Carlo—Pr e s i d e n t; Trot 
Graham—Chaplain; George Toregas—Secretary. 2nd row: Lem Forrest, Paul Becker, Feddi Harrison, Phil 
Quam, John Ebert. 3rd row : Carl Neuberg, Butch Norsworthy, Skip Hamburg, Tod McNab, Don Roth. 
4th row: John Michail, Carl Hall, Tom Doyle, Kent Thackery, Dave Carlo, Mike Davis. 

CHEERLEADING CLUB 

Page 107. 

1st row: Dee Marks—Treasurer; Barbara Stetson—Vice President; Sande Helwig —Pr e s i d e n t; Barbara 
Marks—Secretary; Nancy Swarthout—Historian. 2nd row : Gayle Yates, Linda Marks, Cindy Mummery, 
Nancy Jones. 3rd row : Linda Rains, Janice Johnston, Sharon Cosminsky. 

PEP CLUB 

Page 108. 

1st row : Susan Graham—Treasurer; Judy Zipf—Recording Secretary; Sharon Schneider—President; Carol 
McBee —Vice President; Jerry Puckett—Corresponding Secretary. 2nd row Cay le Yates,Nancy Swarthout, 
Sharon Bailey, Peggy Anderson, Linda Marks. 3rd row :’ Gail Heeter, Barbara Marks, Nancy Jones, Bobbi 
Walter, Veronica Papanicolas, Gail Mabry. 4th row : Ann Middleton, Sally Stratton, Kathleen Modine, 
Sharon Cosminsky, Susan De cter, Dee Marks, Faye Bowie. 5th row : Barbara Owen, Judy Strup, Kathy 
Tackney, Kathy Sandige, Janice Johnston, Edith St. John. 

AUDIO-VISUAL STAFF 

Page 109. 

1st row: Bob Beverley, Phil Wright, Paul Vick, Cliff Rowland. 2nd row : Walter Mallory, Roie Black, 
Doug Sandford, David Churchill. 


SCHOOL STORE 

Page 109. 

Bonnie German, Gary McBee, Nancy Betters, Joan Fletcher, Mrs. Wilson—Sponsor. 

LASSO 

Page 110. 

Standinq: Kathy Gelbach, Barbara Blair, Betsy Cress, Mrs. Delaney—Sponsor; Nancy Hahn—Advertising 
Manager. Seated: Kent Thackerey —Sports Editor; Jo Ann Silverstein—Assistant Editor; Alan Vanneman, 
Bill Bradford—Editor. Not pictured : Jack Roe —Layout Editor; Jeff Kay—Business Manager. 

TEMPO 

Page 111. 

Mary Huie, Maria Oltman—Art Editor; Alan Vanneman, Ken Swiger—Editor; Kay Jenkins, Mrs. Delaney- 
Sponsor; Peter Russell, Kathy Gelbach—Assistant Editor. Not pictured : Dena Otis—Production Manager: 
Pat Gibbons, Kathy Kelly, Ami Overby. 


MIGHTY MUSTANG 


Page 112. 

Top left , standinq : Jo Acosta—Underclassmen; Richard Davidson—Features; Kay Jenkins—Literary Editor; 
Georgia Moyka—Clubs; Bob Rhoads—Advertising Manager; Laurie Overby, Claudia Vander Heuval, 
Sylvia Gordon, Barbara Zieses—Faculty. Seated : Connie Steinkamp—Assistant Editor; Julie Wiatt—Art 
Editor; Mike Gress—Photog raphy Editor; Parry Pierce. Not pictured : Margie Fraleigh and Carleen 
Modine—Seniors; Bill Cox—Sports; Beth Ann Pierce—Editor. 

Bottom right : Mr. Foster, Mary Ann Warden, Ann Pavlick—Art Staff. 

choir: GEORGE MASON SINGERS 

Page 144. 

1st row : Claudia Vander Heuvel, Nasim Abbas, Elizabeth Sherman, Carol Wallace, Brenda Drummond, 
Linda Gray, Jane Hoffman, Pennie Redmon, Barbara Ziesses, Donna O'Neale. 2nd row : Susan Manly, 
Kristan Isackson, Janet Neuberg, Diane Vines, Mary Lou McQuillan, Patsy Rocca, Lavinia Sherman, 
Ann Miller, Vicki Grant, Nancy Stuart, Sharon Farrell, Janice Johnston. 

GIRLS' ENSEMBLE: 

Page 144. 

1st row : Debbie Forbes, Joan Nugent, Janice Houseman, Sherry Vetter, Steve Atkins, Jim Newton, 
Walter Rankin, Ben Brown, Connie Lentz, Nancy Reece, Lelani Lansing, Rosina Pate, Denise Chourret, 
Barbara Dewhurst. 2nd row : Peggy Martin, Elizabeth McDowell, Carol Meese, Steve Koelz, David Forbes, 
Tom Callanen, Jay Hanke, John Masterson, Judy Bauer, Nita Werner, Ann Whiting, Cornelia Cotter, 
Susan Grenoble. 3rd row : Mary Hall, Connie Musser, Kathy Smith, Jana Hahn, Don Roth, Tom Coons, 
Mike McBlair, Rick Guthridge, Jim Giddens, Kay Jenkins, Mary Ann Johnson, Helen Momsen, Sandie 
Sandford, Maria Gabriel, Sharon Farrell. 

CONCERT BAND 

Page 146. 

Flutes : Peggy Price, Brenda Drummond, Elizabeth McPoweil, Connie Steinkamp, Susan Steinkamp, 
Maureen Thackrey, Deggie Forbes. Oboes : Myron Hanke, Claudia Vander Heuvel. Clarinets : Anne 
Herfindahl, Steve Reimers, Judy Ingalls, Ross Armstrong, Jim Owendoff, Phil Gelbach, Kathy Ross, 
Gregg Fisher, Charles Werth, Robin Kelley, Peggy Ewalt. Alto Saxophone : Keith Louden, Paul Weed. 
Tenor Saxophone : Phil Gillespie, Calvin Fouche. Cornets : Jay Hanke, Bob Owendoff, Glenn Letham, 
George Phillips, Richard Robertson, Charles Mason, Jeff Hall, Joan Gilmore, Gordon Stimmel, Bob 
McBride. Horns : David Forbes, John Finley, Walter Mallory, Barbara Bowling. Baritones : David Sparrow, 
Bill Heyde. Trombones : Paul Jones, Louis Kuritzky, Doug Wallingford, Brenda Warner. Basses : Bob 
Rhoades, John Bonnell. Percussion : John Michael, Gladys Bulwinkle, Ed Mahaffy, Doug Keller. 


ORCHESTRA 

Page 148. 

Violins : Laura Brickman, Timothy Rutherford, Mary Lancaster, Carol Ternald, Sharon Holmes. Cello: 
Cornelia Cotter. Clarinets : Barry Glassman, Phillip Gelbach. Trumpet : George Phillip. Horn : Walter 
Mallory. Piano : Lelani Lansing. Bass : Douglas Carper, Bill Ellis. 

MAJORETTES 

Page 149. 

Left to right : Carol Wallace, Marilyn Skubal, Sharon Bailey, Nancy Stetter, Sharon Flynt, Diane Hughes, 
Judy Tranna. 

Front : Margaret Otis, Susan Maxwell, Sandy Secrist, Diane Hughes, Judy Tranna, Sharon Bailey, Carol 
Wallace, Marilyn Skubal, Sharon Flynt, Nancy Stetter. 


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Compliments of 


The Alpha Omega Hi-Y 



Congratulations Class of '62 


The Pep Club 



FALLS CHURCH BANK 


Falls Church, Va. 

Serving the Area For Fifty Years 
Washington and Broad Streets 

Branch: 1224 W. Broad St. 6813 Lee Highway 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 
JE 4-4000 


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F. A. McGonegal 


umbing and Heating Service 


1061 W. Broad St. JE 2-4440 

"Radio Dispatched Service Trucks" 



Prestige Dry Cleaners, Inc. 


1235 S. Washington St. 
Falls Church, Va. 


JE 2-9784 


Best Wishes to 
"The Mustangs" 

McQuinn’s Sporting Goods 

1204 N. Hartford Street Arlington, Va. 

JA 8-7717 JA 8-7718 


Dale Lumber Co., Inc. 

Lumber - Millwork 
Discounts for Cash 8 Carry 
JE 4-8600 
217 Gordon Road 
one block off Broad St. West End 




SHOULDN'T YOUR YARD LOOK LIKE THIS? 


Finest Quality Pools by - 


M. H. Gillespie Co., Inc. 

101-A Gordon Road 
Falls Church, Va. 

JE 2-9134 


A & R Tool Rental 
and Sales, Inc. 

Across from Hechingers 
Contractors and Homeowners 
Hand Tools to Bulldozers 
Rentals - Sales - Service 
Vacation and Utility Trailers 
Daily 7:30 A. M. to 7:00 P. M. 

525 S. Washington St. JE 2-5600 



Falls Church Florist 


721 S. Washington St. 
JE 3-1334 

Corsages of all Kinds 


165 






A1 exandria Dairy 
Products Co., Inc 



Orusin Motors 


704 West Broad Street 
Falls Church, Va. 

JE 4-9595 JE 4-2422 

Fine Used Cars 


"Owned and Operated by Virginians for Virginians" 
Quality Dairy Products for over 30 years. 
Serving The George Mason Cafeteria 



Oxford 

Gcurupui, Gkfpp. 


230 W. Broad St., Falls Church 


The Store Designed with the 
High School and College 
student in Mind 


Complete line of clothing 
• in both Boys’ and Mens furnishings 

• Boys’ sizes 12 to 20; 

Mens sizes 36 to 46 


• Complete alteration and 
Tailoring Shop 



Phone JE 2-1100 


166 



McDaniel’s Esso 


Gas - Oils- Lubrication 
935 W. Broad Street 
Falls Church, Va. 

JE 2-2127 


ri-Way T ravel Agency 

Authorized Agents For 
All Airlines: Domestic - Foreign 
Tickets at published tariff rates 
. Tours • Steamship 

. Cruises . Resorts 

901-A West Broad St. JE 3-3279 




BOTTLING, INC. 

1500 King Street 
ALEXANDRIA , VIRGINIA 
Call KI 8-0125 
For Your Special Events 


167 






MITCHELL’S BARBER SHOP 

118 N. Washington Street 
Falls Church, Virginia 

“Where All Good Fellows Meet” 


168 


Peter Pan 5 and 10 


1065 W. Broad St. 
JE 4-3674 

FALLS CHURCH, VA. 
“Open 9 - 9 Daily” 


Falk Church, Va. 


Congratulations, Class of '62 

SNYDER & COMPANY 


Falls Church, Va. 







CLJe WJL 

"CLOTHIER OF DISTINCTION" 

Famous for famous Brands 


WILLSTON SHOPPING CENTER 


PALM BEACH SUITS 
JANTZEH SPORTSWEAR 
INTERWOVEN HOSIERY 
ARROW SHIRTS - STETSON HATS 
Lady Manhattan 
SKIRTS & BLOUSES 

JE 3-1322 

FALLS CHURCH 

OPEN MON TH*U FRJ 
TIL t PM 
XMHf PAMINO 


32 MODERN SANCTIONED 

DUCK PIN LANES 


FOR OPEN BOWLING OR 
LEAGUE RESERVATIONS 

c.» JE 3-8131 


DELUXE FOOD & REFRESHMENT 

Air Conditioned Free Parking 

Professional Boiling Instruction 

FALLS CHURCH 

BOWLING CENTER INC. 

400 W. Fairfax St FaMs Church 



Wallingford Private School 

1735 Annandale Road JE 2-4320 

Kindergarten - 1st G 2nd Grades 
Falls Church, Virginia 



VIRGINIA FOREST ESSO 


ATLAS TIRES 6 BATTERIES 
K. T. Clem 

702 S. Washington St. (Lee Hwij.) 
JE 2-2653 

Falls Church , Virginia 


169 














Godfrey Sunoco Service 

OPEN 24 HOURS 

BATTERIES—TIRES—ACCESSORIES 
934 W. Broad Street JE 2-9585 


170 


Your Neighborhood Variety Store 

PERSONAL SERVICE - QUALITY MERCHANDISE - LOWEST PRICES 


Robertson’s 5 and 10 Stores, Inc. 

Free Parking At All Locations 

109 E. Broad St. Falls Church, Virginia 

2213 N. Buchanan 
(Opposite Safeway 
Lee Hgwy. & Glebe Rd.) 

Arlington, Va. 


Harry J. O’Meara Tile Co., Inc. 


Ceramic Tile Contractors 
1113 W. Broad Street 
Falls Church, Virginia 
JEfferson 4-7175 












"The shop that still gives the customer 
his money's worth: a $1.00 haircut for $1.00" 

Center Barber Shop 

129 S. Washington St. 


Congratulations, Class of '62 

R. B. CLARK MOTOR CO. 


Your Chrtjsler-Plyinouth Dealer 


Falls Church, Va.—Leesburg, Va. 



Lord Fairfax Clothiers, Inc. 


108 E. Broad Street JE 2-6800 



Flowers For All Occasions 

Meese’s Flower Shop 

203 E. Fairfax St. JE 4-7117 


Falls Church, Va. 


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Scoman Sales Service 


Serving all of Northern Virginia 
1513 Wilson Boulevard 

Arlington 9, Virginia JAckson 7-0862 

Adding Machines Sales 

Calculators Service 

Typewriters Rentals 



WALLACE AND MONROE 


438 S. Washington St. 
(Lee Highway) 

JE 2-2966 

Falls Church, Virginia 


172 


King-Kerley 


Dry Cleaners and Launderers 

444 S. Washington Street 
(Near Hechinger's) 

Falls Church, Va. 

JE 2-4429 JE 2-1713 


The W. Ted Austin Agency 

Dial JE 3-1200 
Insurance Consultants 
450 W. Broad Street 
Falls Church, Virginia 









Compliments of 


The 


YWCA... 


Where YOU Belong 


Y. W. C. A. Northern Virginia Center 
715 West Broad Street, Falls Church 
For classes, program service call 


YWCA 


Y 


Mrs. Jerry Magly, Director 


JE 4-0909 


UNITED 

GIVERS 

iiUNO; 


im Hollins Incorporated 


JE 3-0400 


All Types of Insurance 
118 East Broad Street 
Falls Church, Virginia 


JE 3^0401 



VILLAGE HOUSE MOTEL 


245 N. Washington St. 
Falls Church, Virginia 
JE 4-8000 



Herb’s Auto Repair 

Complete Automotive Service 
802 S. Washington St. 

Falls Church, Virginia 
JE 2-3455 


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HARRIS & EWING 


OFFICIAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER 

TO THE 

1961 SENIOR CLASS 
GEORGE MASON HIGH SCHOOL 

1304 G St., N.W. Washington, D.C. 


NA 8-8700 


174 


Patrons 


Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Abramson 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Benson 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bradford 

John and Myra Bradley 

Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Burnham 

Mr. Campbell 

Mrs. Costa's 9-5 

Mr. and Mrs. James Disney, Jr. 

Future Nurses Club 

Dr. M. D. Handmacher 


Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hedetniemi, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Jenkins 
Vera Louden 

Col. and Mrs. Franklin K. Paul 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Penney 

Capt. and Mrs. H. B. Reece U. S. N. 

Senior Dramatics Club 

Harold Silverstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smart 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Thackrey 


THE ALMA SHOPS 
Nationally Advertised Brands 
"Ladies Ready-to-Wear" 

Falls Church Clarendon 

Virginia 

Best Wishes 
from the 
AGP 

Tower Square 
Falls Church, Virginia 

ARLINGTON & FAIRFAX 
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 
Clerical - Domestic 
1057 W. Broad Street 
Falls Cfturch, Va. JE 2-1575 

BRADLEY'S LAWN MOWER 
AND SAW SHOP 
1042 W. Broad Street 
Falls Church, Va. 

JE 2-2467 

Congratulations to the Class of '62 
WORLD BOOK ENYCLOPEDIA 
JE 3-7320 

CHILD CRAFT BOOKS 
EL 3285 


Business Patrons 

Congratulations 
Class of 1962 
FALLS CHURCH REALTY 
907 W. Broad Street 
JE 2-8010 

Best Wishes 
to Seniors '62 

FALLS CHURCH JEWELERS 
108 W. Broad Street 

Falls Church JE 4-2300 

FIELD'S DELICATESSEN 
"If You Can't Get It Here, 

You Can't Get It" 

1067 West Broad Street 

Falls Church, Va. JE 2-9625 


FOLEY'S JEWELRY AND GIFTS 
All Work Guaranteed 

/atch Repairing Jewelry Repairing 

238 W. Broad Street Falls Church, Va . 

JE 2-2123 


HIGHLAND ORCHIDS 

Beautiful Corsages Very Reasonable 

Special Prices for Students 
900 Highland Ave. JE 3-7926 

Falls Church, Va. 


Congratulations, Class of'621 
MOREHEAD' S ATLANTIC 
1132 W. Broad St. 

Falls Church, Va. 

JE 4-9732 


MUNSON REALTY 
Dealing in Virginia Properties 
301 Park Avenue 
Falls Church, Va. 

JE 2-0700 


WHITE STAR VALET 

165 Hillwood Ave. 112 N. West St. 

JE 4-9830 JE 4-1211 

We Operate Our Own Plant 
Store Hours: 7 A. M. - 7 P. M. 


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The MUSTANG staff wishes to thank the following: 


MR. FRANCIS FOSTER 

MR. ANDREW J. MAY of 
HARRIS & EWING STUDIOS 

MR. LLOYD V. GRESS of 
THE ALLSTON STUDIO 


for supplying the artistic inspiration for MUSTANG '62. 

for his cooperation in scheduling his ace photographers 
to shoot our seniors, faculty and clubs 

for never saying no in a photographic emergency 


BILL COX AND FRED BOLAND 
MR. JOHNNY HANEY 


YOUNG JIM DISNEY 

MR. AND MRS. MOYKA 
MR. AND MRS. WIATT 
MR. AND MRS. PIERCE 


our denziens of the darkroom 

for locking and unlocking doors on those long, lonely 
evenings 

for waiting for his Mommy so patiently each afternoon. 

for providing emergency food and shelter during 
the periods of severe captional punishment 


THE STUDENT BODY 


for not believing all the rumors. 




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