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FOREWORD 




High school does not hterally place the world 
in our grasp. Yet graduation, perhaps to a 
greater degree than will ever be true again, 
buoys us with a sense of attainment. The feel- 
ing of excitement does not come from what 
we have accomplished, but from a realization 
of the possibilities within our grasp. So many 
roads lie ahead that it’s exciting to have a 
choice and to know we are better prepared to 
assume responsibilities and perform useful 
tasks. The world needs us— the work of our 
hands. We owe the world our service in return 
for these boundless opportunities. 




CONTENTS 

1. Our guides— The Faculty 

2. The reason we are here— The Classes 

3. In addition to classes— The Activities 

4. What we all love— Sports 

5. The added spice— Features 

6. Where our money goes— 

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W. R. Beazley, our division 
superintendent, does not visit 
our school very often, but we 
are aware that he is busy man- 
aging all the schools of the 
county. We know that he has a 
part in every educational ad 
vancement in the community. 


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We have had many teachers 
during our school days, but we 
all agree that our principal, 
W. R. CuRFMAN, is one we will 
never forget. To us he is as much 
a part of C.H.S. as the building 
itself. Every student knows he 
is a dependable friend. 


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The considerate and capable office 
secretary at Covington High is Betty 
Andrews. 

Office assistants, Carol King, Robbie Crowder, 
Roberta Smith, Margaret Keith, Janice DeHart, 
and Chuck Woodson, are ever busy keeping 
things in order. 


Assistant principal, John a. Hebetick, 
is one of the most loved teachers 
C.H.S. will ever have. His job as 
school treasurer has earned him the 
name of “moneybags.” 


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Vivian Pratt Adams. B.A. 
Louisiana State University, 
Governm'^nt, International Re- 
lations, Counselor. 


Francis Joseph Albert, Jr., 
B.S. 

University of Notre Dame, 
Physical Education, Coach, 
Boys’ Monogram Club, First Aid 
Club, Consumer’s Math. 


Mary E. Clarke, B.S. 
Mary Washington College, 
Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeep- 
ing, Tri-Hi-Y Club, 




It’s a wonderful year for women drivers! 


This is 


Gladys Goodman Craig, M.A. 
Madison College, George Pea- 
body Cillege, University of 
Virginia, George Washington 
University, Denver University, 
English, Public Speaking, Dra- 
matics Club. 


Louise Van Lear Curfman, 
B.S. 

Longwood College, Algebra, 
Psychology, Garden Club. 


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B.S. 

West Virginia 
glish, French, 


Marian RdcERS Emmett, B.A. 
Converse College, Psychology, 
English. 





Nell Fleshman 
American Conservatory of 
Music, Westminster Choir Col- 
lege, Vocal, Band, Glee Clubs, 
Orchestra. 


Harriet Hepler, B.S. 
Radford College, R.P.I., Uni- 
versity of Tennessee, Home 
Economics, Home Economics 

Club. 


Floyd Hutson Hoover, M.A. 
Lincoln Memorial University, 
George Peabody College, Diver- 
sified Occupations, Auditorium 
Club. 


Beulah Arleen Jones, M.S. 
Lo ngwood College, University 
of Virginia, Typing, 

General Business. 




Meredith + genius - spontaneous combustion 


Belford D. Kellam, B.E.E. 
University of Virginia, Indus- 
trial Arts. 


Vella McMillion Knapp, 
M.A. 

George Peabody College, West 
Virginia University, Home 
Economics, Euture Home- 
makers of America. 




Watch your diaphragrti! 


Dacie Linfield, B.S. 
University of Virginia, World 
Geography, International Rela- 
tions. 


Maude E. 


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Westhampton, fqjleg^ U niversi- 
ty of f ^enn^Taw^ Columbia 
Unive«i^D Math^atics, Puffs 
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Marcarit Mai Martz, 
Madison College, Algebra, 
Science. 


Joseph N. Meredith, B.S. 
Concord College, Morris Harvey 
College, Catholic University, 
George Washington University, 
Chemistry, Senior Science, 
Science Club. 


Ruby M. Plymale, B.A. 
RJdford College, Social Studies, 
Commercial Math., Counselor. 


Maria Bctwman Perdue, B.S. 
Madison College, Biology. Gov- 
ernment, Hobbies and Crafts 
Club. 


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Rose Patterspn Rose, Litt.M. 
Georgetown College, University 
of Michigan, Columbia Uni- 
versity, University of Pitts- 
burgh,, P»//s ninf Pii/i /jt I. 
Librarian, Journalism. 


Warren William Squires, B.S. 
V.P.I., Commercial Arithmetic, 
Assistant Coach, Boys’ Sports 
Club. 


Elizabeth Courts Smith, B.S. 
Mary Washington College, 
Parson’s School of Design, Art 


P^Sara Creger Stone, B.A. 
Longw'ood College, American 
History, Beta Club. 



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Catherine Cover Thomas, 
B.S. 

Madison College, Biology, Co- 
Sponsor Tri-Hi-Y Club 


Valenza Marie Van Lear, 
B.S. 

Madison College, Lnglisli. 


Helen Hoover Thomas, M.A. 
Longwood College, Columbia 
University, English, Debate 


Club, Counselor. 




Margaret Hall White, B.A. 
University of Kentucky, Physi- 
cal Education, Girls’ Sports 
Club, Girls' Monogram Club, 
Girls’ Basketball, Cheerleaders. 




Naoma Taylor Wilson, B.A. 
Potomac State College, Shepherd 
College, West Virginia Univer- 
sity, World Geography, Art 
Club, Counselor. 


Face Feedin’! 


Draw me a picture! 




The teacher shows them how! 


^ MargarYt Kenny Withrow, 

• B.S. 

Madison College, University of 
Richmond, English, World 
History, Puffs and Patches. 









BEING FITTED FOR COMMENCEMENT ARE: 

Stuart Keesee, President; Walter Knick, Vice-President; Mary Lee 
Williams, Secretary and Gleda Harding, Treasurer. 

With innocence never so sweet, we, the class of ’53, entering 
Covington High for our first year, placed ourselves trustingly at the 
mercy of the upper-classmen, and with great astonishment found that 
we were the harassed victims of weird jokes and sarcastic jests. 

We harbored revenge in the depths of our hearts and upon the 
arrival of our junior year we relentlessly inflicted upon the new under- 
classmen far more abuse than we had ever suffered. 

Our heads were held aloft, and our manners were dignified once 
we reached the senior standing, which we had so long coveted; and, 
indifferent toward our under-classmen, we allowed ourselves the full 
glory of our superior rank. 

Now, with mixed emotions and fond memories, we view the end 
of our school days at CHS; and it is our sincere hope that our under- 
classmen’s high school years prove to be as enjoyable and beneficial 
as ours have been. We the class of ’53 bid farewell to our beloved 
Alma Mater, Covington High School. 


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Patricia Ann Adcox 
Jeanette Noel Ailstock 
Mary Margaret Ailstock 


Shirley M ae Ailstock 
John Thomas Alfred 
Linwood Bowers Anderson 



Boyd Anderson 
Betty Eloise Andrews 
Hershel Alfred Andrews 


Joyce Baker Armentrout 
Dennis Brown Armstrong, Jr. 
Erskine Wade Back 









SENIORS 




?F 1953 



Ronald Delano Baker 
Patricia Lee Ballard 
James Richard Ballengee 


Norma Jean Bland 
Carlos Paul Botkins 
Erlene Frances Booth 


Linwood Thomas Barnett 
James Gleason Bayly, Jr. 
Aubrey Lanier Bishop 


Loretta June Bowen 
Jack Cody Bowling 
Dreama Maxine Bowman 


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George Thomas Brackens 
Emma Frances Brooks 
Katherine Jean Brown 


Eleanor Ispotswood Burwell 
Barbara Sue Bush 
Shirley Ann Bush 



Gerald Darwyn Burks 
Frances Garol Burley 
Louie Waldo Burns 


Jack Halloway Bussard 
Peter Payne Byers 
June Holcomb Gampbell 



SENIOR! 



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?F 1953 



Robert Roscoe Campbell, Jr. Nancy Vonda Carter 

David Lewis Camper Sara Margaret Childs 

Carol Dabney Carson Barbara Jean Clarke 


Betty Jane Clarke 
Charlotte Kyle Clement 
Ruby Ileene Coffey 


Elizabeth Ruth Coiner 
Frances Ellen Collins 
Ewell Carlyle Colyer 


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Allen Blair Craft 
Elsie Pauline Crawford 
Walter Owen Crawford 


Roy Reid Deacon, Jr. 
Nancy Lee Deaton 
Janice Rae DeHart 


Eula Delores Crookshanks 
Stanley Milan Dame 
Betty Otey Davidson 


Clara Patricia Devers 
John Coghill Downer III 
Marie Florence Downey 




SENIORS 



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F 1953 


Barbara Ann Dressier 
Reba Raenelle Ellinger 
June Marie Entsininger 


Beatrice Joy Fitzgerald 
Marjorie Lee Fleming 
Roland Barney Freasier 


)une Rosalyn Everhardt 
Hendrix Cleveland Faison 
Phyllis Andrews Felty 


Carey Frances Frye 
Charlotte Ann Fudge 
Dennis Howard Cibbs 



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Elsie Lee Gibson 
Richard Daniel Gibson 
Wilma Margaret Gibson 


James Donald Glover 
Dayton Ronald Glover 
Jean Gatherine Gordon 



Betty Jean Groves 
Rebecca Deyerle Hammond 
Gleda Marie Harding 


Jack Elbert Hardy 
Radford Carl Hastings, Jr. 
Freda Reid Hatcher 



SENIORS 



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:)F 1953 

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Gertrude Thompson Hatcher 
James Delma Hawkins 
Anetta Faye hlayslett 


Eugene Harold Higgins 
Gilman Manley Hite 
Nettie Margaret Hite 


Russell Aubrey Hayslett 
Donald Elton Henderson 
Wilma Aelese Hepler 


Marcia Sue Hudlow 
William Milton Humphreys 
Estus Cleveland Humphries Jr, 


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Iram Hay Humphries Tony Lewis Humphries 

Mabel Rosetta Humphries Charles William Isley 

Rebecca Rearnice Humphries Delores Ann Jackson 


Peggy Joyce Jones 
Tom Gus Kandris 
Stuart Lee Keesee 


Louise Marie Kelley 
Betty Louise Kemper 
Alice Marie King 








SENIORS 


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DF 1953 


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Donald Edward King 
Raeburn Janice King 
Paul Burton Knick 


Thornton Henry Knick 
Walter A. Knick 
Elizabeth Lee Konnse 


Peggy Lee Lacks 
Betty Sue Lair 
Linda Jackson Lam 


Shirley Ann Lee 
Thomas Lenwood Leighton 
Archie Ward Lemon 


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Cecil Wayne Lemon 
Patsy Lee Lemon 
Constance Delores Lewis 


Mary Kay McKnight 
Joyce Lee Mays 
Benjamin Cameron Meeks 


James Edward Lewis 
William Alexander Lewis 
Barbara Ann Loudennilk 


Betty Roberts Miller 
Mary Sue Miller 
Norma Jean Mize 



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DF 1953 




Janette Gray Montgomery 
Russell Carey Mountcastle 
Shirley Louise Myers 


Dewey Holeston O’Conner Jr. 
James Thomas Oliver 
Adalaide Otto 


Lester Rickey Nahouse III 
Percy Kline Newcomb Jr. 
Jackie Eugene Noel 


Lloyd Lewis Parker 
Barbara Jane Paxton 
Wanda Cecile Paxton 


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Paul Lincoln Pearman Jr. 
Cary Milburn Perdue 
Betty Lou Persinger 


lackie Calvin Reyns 
Uva Marie Rhodes 
Juanita Gay Rice 


Mary Jane Persinger 
Helen Franees Phillips 
Peter Augustus Reavis Jr. 


Wilton Norral Rice 
Donald Ray Riddleberger 
William Joseph Riley 



SENIORS 



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DF 1953 



Fredrick Field Kitsch Jr. 
Wanda Jean Roberts 
Phyllis Ann Rose 


Samuel Wesley Rose 
Murrell Eugene Rothwell 
Pansy Lee Rudd 



Ruby Dare Sampson 
Violet Louise Sampson 
Ronald Wilson Shue 


Betty Lou Simmons 
Carole Alita Smith 
Frances Lou Smith 


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John William Smith, jr. 
Virginia Ellen Smith 
Thomas Edward Snead 


Ruby Ann Thomas 
Barbara Anne Tingler 
Phillip Eugene Tingler 


Betty Lou Snyder 
Tommy Reid Stalcup 
Robert Luther Steele 


Bertha Ann Trimpey 
Cheri Lee Tyson 
Evelyn Joan Vess 


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)F 1953 


William Harold Wade 
Richard Allen Wade 
Shirley Turner Waller 


Frank Edward Warlitner, Jr. 
Annie Louisa Weese 
Frances Corene Wells 


Iris June Walthall 
Ralph Lawrence Walthall 
Marion Wallace Ward, Jr. 


Ethel Carolyn Wickham 
Mary Lee Williams 
James Porter Wilmer 


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Mary Jo Wilmer 
Janet Marie Wolfe 
Clarence Pete Womack 







James Sandburne Woodson 
Charles Arthur Wright 
Marjorie Sue Wyatt 


Seniors not pictured: 


Brizendine, James Albert 
Campbell, James Edward 
Dressier, Ethel Lee 
Hevener, Phillip Wayne 
Hylton, Sebird Windfield 
Jones, Ernest Hubert 
Jones, John Paul 


Mann, Bobby Lee 
Montgomery, Patricia Ann 
Montgomery, Randolph Owen, Jr. 
Persinger, Cecil Douglas 
Plott, Bobby Lee 
Sizemore, Elwood Lee 
Tucker, Jean Dare 





Football stars Ray Hamm, Dennis Gibbs, Stuart 
Keesee, and Midge Perdue receive the honor 
of being chosen on the Group I all district team. 


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Chairman of the senior sponsors, Mrs. Louise 
Curfman, works at her hobby of arranging 
flowers. 



Reginald Harold Akers 
Earl Harvey Andrews, Jr. 
Faye Elaine Bartley 
Loretta June Dressier 
Shirley Anne Hardy 
Frederick Vetro Hippert 


James Henry King, Jr. 
Alice Vivian Nickell 
Carole Joyce Ogden 
Eloise Mae Watts 
Lacy Day Wolfe 
Donald Lynn Young 


The “Georges,” otherwise known as “P.G’s.” or Post-Gradnates 
have fnn with Mrs. Rose, their sponsor. 









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Just ask Thornton Knick, Nancv 
Deaton, and Peter Byers about solv- 
ing math problems. 


Ranking high in eommereial subjects 
are Helen Phillips, Shirley Waller, 
and Shirley Lee. 


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RATING IN CLASS 


WORK 


Good students of government and 
history are Janette Montgomery, 
Marjorie Wyatt, Mary Lee Williams, 
and Betty Lou Snyder. 


Outstanding ; i English literature 
and grammar are Charlotte Clement, 
James Bayly, and Cheri Tyson. 



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Gifted with golden voices, Patsy Lemon, 
Carol Carson, Bill Riley, and Becky 
Humphries practice for the operetta. 
The Mikado. 


Very artistic are Jean Brown, Linda 
Lam, Wanda Paxton, Norma Bland, 
Virginia Smith, Jackie Noel and Jack 
Bnssard. 




JUNIOR OFFICERS 

Jimmy Felty, Vice-President; Nancy Bennett, Treasurer; Donnie 
Swihart, Secretary; with President Robbie Crowder are big wheels 
after they get their rings. 


As Juniors, the first thought that entered our minds as we passed 
through the doors of C.H.S. was that we were finally out of the woods. 
Not green Sophomores anymore, we gloried in the fact that we were 
over the hump. Now we were somebody. We had underclassmen 
to look down on and to tease. 

The Seniors didn’t look half so big or quite so dignified as they 
did before. They had even become considerate of our ideas and 
feelings. 

Now that we had attained this status, we found big responsibilities 
resting on us. The Junior-Senior Prom was our dance, and we worked 
hard to make it the best. 

Having reached this important mile post, we realized with satisfac- 
tion that our Junior year could have held no more happiness. It was 
with a fleeting glance that we looked back at what we had accomplish- 
ed before we moved on to what awaited as the top class at C.H.S. 


Betty Lou Abbott 
Frances Neale Adams 
Jack Warren Ailstock 
Richard Martin Anderson 


Kenneth Franklin Andrews 
Stella Maxine Andrews 
Mary Anne Armentrout 
Norris Gray Armentrout 



Clarence Edward Arritt 
Rita Mae Arritt 
Sherry Ann Austin 
Dorothy Marie Barnett 


Lawrence Eugene Bearner 
Frieda Lafern Beemer 
Nancy Carolyn Bennett 
William Arthur Bird 



JUNIORS 







Patsy Gray Boggs 
Ronald Lee Boswell 
Carol Lynn Bowen 
Theodore Payne Bowen 


Carolyn Yvonne Bryan 
Robert Berkley Bush 
Virginia Mable Bush 
Berkley Ellwood Cadd 


Susan Hundley Collins 
Ann Black Cook 
Clara Olivia Cook 
Courtney Wayne Cook 


Marvin Linwood Bradbury 
Charles Thomas Brill 
Donald Scott Brinkley 
Katherine Lucille Brooks 


Ronnie Berkley Campbell 
Will Abner Clark 
Gloria Dawn Clements 
Alice Lee Coffey 


James Leonard Crawford 
Robbie Mae Crowder 
James Bright Corbin 
Emmett Bertrand Cottrell 


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JUNI 

I Charles Gilbert Gates 

A. Noreita Ann Gooch 

Margaret Rebecca Grady 
Mary Lou Gray 


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Donald Fredrick Greer 
Charles David Groves 
Patricia Gail Gurd 
James Earl Guth 




Ray James Hamm 
John Milton Hardy 
Renna Tuxworth Hardy 
Patricia Anne Harrington 


Virgil Jackson Harmon, Jr. 
James Monroe Haynes 
Barbara Ann Hayslett 
Patricia Ann Henderson 


Sue Ellen Henderson 
Phillip Wayne Hevener 
Pegalyn Gray Hite 
Ray Winfred Hodges 


Jo Ann Jack 
Dolly Ann Jackson 
Thelma Marie Jamison 
Fredrick Floyd Johnson 



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Katherine VanLear Curfman 
Lelia Ann Daugherty 
Peggy Joyce Deffinbaugh 
Cornelius Wardell Dillon 


Ryland Daniel Ferris 
Emma Jean Fisher 
Lena Sharon Fleshman 
James Gilman Flint 



Randolph DuWayne Ervine 
Lee Franklin Fadeley 
Sybil Jean Farmer 
James Robert Felty 


Dreama Arbutus Forbes 
James Allen Forbes 
John Fielding Foster, Jr. 
Leota Mae Garrett 



Phyllis Jean Jones 
Ruth Lillian Jordan 
Margaret Florence Keith 
Harry Gillman Kern 


Nancy Jane King 
Arthur Lee Kraus 
Edward Lee Landis 
Rosalie Lovelle Landis 


Betty Lou Keyser 
Elmer Norman Keyser, Jr. 
Carol Catherine King 
Dreama Dale King 


Powell Murry Leitch 
Rebecca Ethel Lewis 
Wanda Maye Lewis 
Forrest Wayne Lindsey 


JUNIORS 







James Edward Linkenhoker 
Richard Bertrand Linkenhoker 
Terrence Love 
Barbara Jean Lugar 


Donna Lee Martin 
Vera Catherine Martin 
Raymond Berkley Mays 
Shelby Jean Meeks 


Barbara Lee Moats 
Betty Jean Montgomery 
Barbara Ellen Moore 
Judy Moore 


Shirley Ann McGuire 
Martin Adrian McKnight 
Ronald Lewis Mahaney 
Donald Edward Martin 


William Tinsley Mefford 
Sarah Ann Miley 
Gerald Ryland Miller 
Robert Eugene Miller 


Glenn Edward Moran 
Charles Layman Morgan 
Melvin Eugene Munsey 
Shirley Frances Nace 


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JUNIORS 


Joyce Lee Rhodes 
Emmett Birne Rice 
William James Richardson 
Patricia Joan Riddleberger 


Betty Lou Sampson 
James Nicholas Schneider 
Shelby Jean Schumaker 
Linda Carol Scott 


Judy Lynne Signorella 
Anita Paige Sluss 
Carol Marena Smith 
Constance Roberta Smith 


Donald Lee Riley 
Robert J. Rock 
Albert Lee Rogers 
Robert Lewis St. Clair 


Roy Lee Seal 
Mary Eloise Seay 
Betty Jean Shifflett 
Robert Lee Sibold 


Louise Annabelle Smith 
Margaret Marlene Smith 
Nancy Carol Smith 
Velma Lee Smith 



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Annalee Margaret Nance 
Percy Obenchain, Jr. 
Eleanor Marie Otto 
James Berkely Paxton 


Wayne Bartley Perdue 
Eugene Orland Phillips 
Joyce Marilyn Pierce 
Jack Wayne Plott 



Margaret Louise Raikes 
William Clyde Ramsey 
E. B. Reynolds 
Gene Patrick Rhodes 




Zelma Carol Smith 
Patricia Mae Snead 
James Edward Sprouse 
Etha Marie Stalnaker 
Carol Sue Swartz 
Larry Arnold Taylor 


Elizabeth Anne Terry 
Donna Lee Thompson 
Naoma Pauline Thompson 
Robert Jackson Tobin 
Bobby Joe Tucker 
Gordon Edward Tucker 


Juniors not 

Angus, Joan Buchanan 
Arritt, Berlyn Lacy 
Brisendine, Garland Lewis 
Byer, John Duane 
Campbell, Gene Herbert 
Campbell, Virginia Marie 
Dillon, James Michael 
Grogan, Hugh Joseph 
Hanks, Donald Joel 
Hiler, Murrie) Eugene 
Mays, Ray Preston 
Nicely, Paul Jackson 


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Persinger, Edith Grey 
Reynolds, William Eugene 
Rogers, Phyllis Marie 
Rucker, Noah Warren 
Sharp, Hal Harper 
Sites, Guy Edward 
Smith, Carol Marena 
Smith, Romie Edward 
Staton, Larry Addison 
Swihart, Donald Louis 
Whitmer, Larry Allen ^ 
Williams, Robert Eugene 


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Wilbur Leonard Tucker 
Robert Randolph Vail 
Linda Ann Vess 
Henry James Wade 
Anna Seward Wallace 
Patricia Ann Walton 


Thomas Daniel Warlitner 
John Rocke Watts 
William Lee Watts 
Celia Ann Weaver 
Joyce Marie Weikel 
Barbara Ann Williams 
Lenora Gertrude Wolfe 



Mrs. Wilson not only teaches geography, but she 
helps students with their growing-up problems. 



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The scrub officers are: Tony Warlitner, Secretary; Reva Crowder, 
Treasurer; Rex Hicks, President; and Mary Davis, Vice-President. 


Knowing we were to be the ill thought of sophomores, a twinge 
of fear gripped our hearts as we began the first year at CHS. Much 
to our surprise, we found Initiation Day not half as bad as we had 
expected. 

The Juniors were less ferocious than we feared and the Seniors, not 
quite as glorified as we thought, so we began to enjoy the fun along 
with everyone else. We soon learned to respect the ideals of our upper- 
classmen and to call on them when in need of help. 

In spite of the jesting and the much exaggerated hard times given 
sophomores of CHS, we have found that there is a bond among 
students seldom found elsewhere. Whether seniors, juniors, or lowly 
sophomores, the citizens of Covington High are true to their Alma 
Mater. 


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SOPHOMORES 



W^allace Overton Adcock, Jr. 

Mont Ray Anderson 
Jenny Lee Andrews 

James Lewis Arrington 

Edward Franklin Back, Jr. 


Mary Jo Bailey 
Nancy Mae Baker 

Jerry Hunter Ballengee 
John Thomas Ballengee 
Virginia Brent Ballengee 


Roland Bobby Barrett 
Marlene Yvonne Bartley 
Michael Adrien Batten 
Paul Winslow Beazley 
Joyce Mae Bennett 


James Leroy Biggs 
Patricia Ann Bishop 

Josephine Virginia Bowles 
Roselle Frances Bowman 
Margaret Ann Bowyer 


Eleanor Louise Breeden 
Earl Lee Brown 

Gerald Keith Brubaker 

Nancy Williams Brungart 
Lois Ellen Bryan 



John Berkley Bunch 
Norman Henry Burley 
Ann Virginia Burns 
Toby Edison Bussard 
Albert Leon Byer, jr. 




Jean Marie Byer 
John Lee Calhoun 

Murrel Maxine Callahan 
Betty Ann Campbell 

Floyd Thomas Carpenter 



Shelby Jean Carper 
Donald Eugene Carter 
Judith Ann Carter 
Patricia Ann Cash 
James Rav Chapman 


Betty Jean Church 
Patricia Louise Cobb 
Elizabeth Ann Coffman 
Ronald Marion Coiner 
Robert Delano Cook 


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SOPHOMORES 


Karen Lee Coxe 
Alma Ruth Craft 

Randall Maynard Craft 
Edward Marie Crowder 
Reba Marie Crowder 


Reva Marlene Crowder 
Mary Deanna Davis 

Regena Christine Deane 
Laura Ellis Deffingbargh 
Leon Alden DeHart 


Linda Mae Dickson 
Delores Myrna Dilley 
Ronald Evans Downer 
Betty Jean Dressier 
Paul Kenneth Dressier 


Carl Erward Ergenbright 
Nancy Lee Ervin 

Jacqueline Carol Eubank 
Ereddie Jerome Eirebaugh 

Melvin Menford Fleshman, Jr. 


Ruth Naomi Fortune 
David Arthur Fountaine 
Joanne Elizabeth Fridley 
Nancy Jane Fridley 
Dan Auburn Friel 


Glen Preston Friel 
James Edward Frye 
Joyce Marie Gabbert 
Nancy Sue Gates 
Archie Lee Grant 


Dennis Lanier Groves 
Lillian Almond Guth 
Donald Lee Hambric 

John Lawrence Harrington 
John Henry Hartbarger 


Willis Eugene Hatcher 
Marie Wyatt Haynes 

; Robert Coe Haynes 

Harriet Malissa Hayslett 
George Roscoe Hepler 

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Orie Grant Higgens 
Joyce Marie Hiler 

Norman Edgar Hilton 
Virginia Ann Hite 



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SOPHOMORES 



Gary Curd Hodges 
Carolyn Lee Hoff 

Shelvajean Carol Hubbard 
Bertrand Ryland Hudnall 
Calvert H. Humbert 


Allen Cecil Humphries 
Phyllis Jean Humphries 
James Allen Hunter 
David Calvin Hylton 
Ralph Harrison James 


Mary Carolyn Jamison 

Murray Brillhart Jamison 
Charlotte McClune Johnson 
Margaret Louise Johnson 
Robert Lee Johnston, Jr. 


Nancy Carroll Keller 
Loretta May Kersey 
Robert Donald Keyset 
Jess Thomas Kimberlin 
William Frazier King 


Patsy Ann Knick 

Evelyene Frances Lambert 
Dennis Larry Lanum 
Gerald Eugene Lanum 

Rogers Staton Laudermilk 


Mildred Elizabeth Lawhorne 
Robert Erwin Lawson 
Joyce Anne Leffel 
Betty Lynn Leitch 

Daniel Thornton Leonard 


Theodore Berfoot Lindfors 
Eddie Carl Linkenhoker 
Shirley Ann Linkenhoker 
Nancy Carol Lockhart 
John William Logston 


Betty Jo Looney 

Mary Darlene Luchard 
Nancy Lee McAllister 

Frances Marguerette McCauley 
Catherine Anne McCormick 


Laura Jean McDonald 

Edward Franklin McFadden 
Shirley Ann McFadden 

Claude Ashton McMillion 
Donald Alexander McMullen 


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SOPHOMORES 


Priscilla Jane Mahaney 
Norma Maxine Mann 
Nellie Jane Martin 
Robert Dale Matney 
Maxine Belle May 


Donald Lee Mayo 
Jean Ann Miller 

Nancy Jacqueline Miller 
Shirley Ann Miller 
Ralph Ryland Milton 


Mildred Marian Mottern 
Richard Graham Nahouse 
Ruby Ellen Nicely 

Charles Ashton Nicol 
Sue Ellen Null 


Juanita Darlene O’Conner 
Patsy Carrol O’Dell 
Agnes Louise Orndorff 
Claude Elmer Paitsel, Jr. 
Linwood Andrew Paxton 


Charlene Elizabeth Pence 
Sara Lu Persinger 
Jesse Edward Pullin 
Charles Lester Putnam 
Margaret Ellen Ralsten 


Mildren Carnelia Reed 
John Slyvester Reid 
Joyce Ann Reynolds 
Mary Jo Rigsby 

Harry Miller Ritsch 


Barbara Grey Roberts 
Charles Lane Rogers 
Joyce Ann Rogers 
Shirley Ann Rogers 
Sylvia Jean Rogers 


Beverly Jean Rose 
John Robert Rose 

Joseph Boyd Saunders 
Garsilda Mae Schooler 

Richard Daniel Schuder, Jr. 


i Bertrand Raymond Seay 

Janice Marie Sellers 

Dreama Jordan Shawver 
Norma Louise Shears 
Shirley Mae Sheppard 

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Sylvia Jean Sheppard 
Robert Steele Shifflett 
Juanita Sue Sibold 

Ann Rachel Simmons 
George Junior Simmons 


James Morgan Simmons 
Norma Jean Sizemore 
Mary Elizabeth Sluss 
Barbara Hutton Smith 
Garland Gene Smith 


Jack Wallace Smith 
Muriel L. Smith 

Shirley Rosemary Smith 
Virginia Lee Snead 

William Howard Snead 


Frances Evelyn Spicer 
Helen Marie Stalcup 
Erederick James Stokey 
Harriet Holmes Stone 
Barbara Lee Stuart 


Bertha Joyce Sutphin 
Leola Virginia Thacker 
Shelby Jean Thompson 
Betty Reese Tucker 
Deloris Ann Tyree 


Richard Glendon Tyree 
Bessie Ann Van Devender 
Mollie Jo Van Lear 
Doris Marie Varner 

Martha Louise Walters 


Billy Gene Walton 

Arnold Louis Warlitner 
Norma Lorene Warwick 
Gary Burdette Watts 
Malcolm Estil Weade 


Grace Irene Webb 
Harold Dean Weikel 
Neola Jean Welch 
Ronald Lee Wilhelm 
Samuel James Wilhelm 


Fred Wade Williams 
Harry Wyatt Wilson 

Thomas Meredith Winn 
Charlotte Mae Wolfe 
Minnie Jean Woodson 


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Nancy Carrol Worley 
Martha Kaye Worsham 
Betty Elizabeth Wright 
Helen Jean Young 

Murray Woodrow Young, Jr. 



Sophomores not pictured: 

Blankenship, Thomas Stuart 
Brinkley, Robert Franklin 
Brisendine, Charles Edward 
Clark, Carroll Wilson 
Collins, Billy Joe 
Cook, Emmajean Maretta 
Crowder, Shelby Jean 
Dame, Donald Eugene 
Deacon, Franklin Edward 
Fitzgerald, John Henry 
Fix, William Henry 
Fridley, Jerry Wayne 
Gibson, James Robert 
Grady, Robert Floyd 
Harris, Robert Deaver 
Humphries, Mack Edward 
James, Ralph Harrison 
Laudermilk, Rogers Staton 
McMullen, Franklin Delano 
May, Ralph Eugene 
Nelson, James Joseph 
Pcrsinger, Harry Allen 
Persinger, James Hallen 
Richardson, Linwood Charles 
Spicer, Warren Berkley 
Tingler, Donald Woodrow 
Whitman, John Edward 

Mrs. Vella Knapp, 
sponsor, can bake a 
Yum! Yum! 


sophomore 
cherry pie. 



Peping it up. 


Your socks are showing. 


Stylish sophomore on initiation 
day. 


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Dogged by deadlines and dunning local merchants, the Business Staff of Puffs 
and Patches, as usual, came through with the all-important money. With Skipper 
as “skipper” and Janette as “co-pilot,” the ship was well in hand after Miss 
Mahaney’s launching. Had it not been for them and their furiously working 
personnel, this year’s annual would have been literally in patches with nothing 
to huff and puff about. 




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First rote— Henderson, Nickell, Montgomery, C. King, Raikes, 
Worsham, Keith. 

Second rote— Miss Mahaney, Byers, Ward, Coiner, Rice, Persinger, 
Crowder, Devers, Otto, Hepler, Gibson. 

Third rote— Reyns, Mefford, N. King, Riddleberger, Snyder, Scott, 
Williams, Kelley, Van Leer, Kounse. 



Editor, Cheri_ Tyson, is happy that 
Puffs and Patches is almost ready for 
the printer. 



Cheri and her lieutenants accomnlished one of the greatest of all tasks, the 
creation of an article from the idea. To portray in one volume the life of C.H.S. 
through two semesters of work and fun was the idea which this edition of 
Puffs and Patches has tried to create. Your annual is a product of their minds 
and hands, and the staff hopes it will be as dear to your heart as it has been to 
theirs. 


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First rom— Wright, Martin, Ailstock, Johnson, Otto. 

Second rom— Walters, L. Bowen Weikle, Adcox, Reynolds. 

Third rom— R. Bowman, Burns, DeHart, Brown, Bland. 

Fourth rote— Flint, Dressier, Watts, Steele, Hayslett, Clement, Love, 
Leitch, Dilley 

Standing— Mrs. Rose, Schooler, Mrs. Withrow, Tyson, Trimpey, 
Everhardt, D. Bowman. 




Freda Reid Hatcher, president of the 
student body, presides at an 
assembly. 



“Our council,” we call it, because that is just what it is. The Student Council, 
ably headed by Mrs. Adams and Miss Thomas, is our way of governing ourselves. 

Good citizens themselves, they inspire us to be good citizens also. Their dance 
at Christmas time was fun for everyone. 

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First rote— R. Crowder, Barnett, Persinger, Eubank, Signorella, 
Scott, Hepler, Wyatt, Hayslett, Hatcher, Humphries, Young, 
Raikes. 

Second rote— Dillon, Mrs. Adams, Groves, Ballengee, D. Glover, 
Mountcastle, R. Glover, Reavis, Felty, Hudnall, King, Landis, 
Perdue, DeHart, S. Crowder, Williams, Miss Thomas, Lee. 


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Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Plymale, and Mrs. 
Wilson study student records in the 
counseling room. 



The counselors and the Auditorium Club are two groups which work hard 
for the benefit of all. Do you need a schedule changed, or the stage arranged 
for a program? These are the folks to see. 


Dkal Otkeri Wi^kt Henefil 


First rou)— Warlitner, Keesee, Henderson, Woodson, Sizemore, 
Downer, Oliver. 


Second rouj— Landis, Hardy, Leighton, King, Humphries. 




KNOWLEDGE 
AND FUN 
PICTURE AT 


TRI-HI-Y MEMBERS 

Abbott, Adcox, Bland, Brown, Burwell, 
Carson, Clement, Coiner, Daugherty, 
Devers, Deaton, DeHart, Eubank, Felty, 
Gibson, Gray, Hatcher, Hammond, 
Henderson, Hepler, Keith, King, C. 
Lewis, W. Lewis, Montgomery, Paxton, 
Powell, Persinger, Putnam, Rice, Scott, 
Signorella, Smith, Snyder, Stone, 
Walthall, Wickham, Wilmer, Williams, 
Worley, Worsham, Wyatt, Tyson, Vess. 
Sponsors: Mrs. Mary E. Clarke, Mrs. 
James Thomas, Miss Margaret Burns. 



“Bonjour, guten, morgen, and 
buenos dias, senor!” Ah yes, the 
Language Club is enthusiastic about 
learning French, German, and Span- 
ish, and the members and Miss 
Drewry are therefore able to say 
“Good Morning” in four languages. 


First rote— Collins, Lemon, Booth, 
Hatcher, Hudlow, Carson, Burwell, 
Second rote— Moore, Hammond, Miss 
Drewry, Smith, Mann. 



CHARACTER, 
MAKE THE 
C. H. S. 

Christian character . and gracious 
manners distinguish the Tri-Hi-Y. 
Freda Hatcher Mrs. Clarke, and Mrs. 
Thomas led this group through month- 
ly meetings, charitable drives, and a 
delightful Sock Hop. 

Some folks wanted to learn how to 
dance, and Mrs. White knew. So, the 
Dance Club was born. Every Thurs- 
day finds them seriously trying to per- 
fect their footwork and social abilities. 




Mrs. White, Richardson, Mountcastle, 
Felty, Linkenhoker, Freasier, Gibbs, 
Leighton, Ballengee, Landis, Reavis, 
Schuder, Deacon, Snead, Keesee, 
Hayslett. 


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First rotr— Nahouse, Lewis, King, Waller, Kitsch. 

Second rote— Ellenger, Pa.xton, Myers, Keavis, Kitsch, Kiley, Glover. 

THE DEBATERS GIVE THE PROS AND CONS OF WORLD GOVERNMENT. 

THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB GATHERS FOR A DISCUSSION ON HOME MAKING. 



First roie— Pence, Arinentrout, F'itzgeralcl, Wolfe, W’arwick, Mc-Allister. 
Second roit— Haynes, Collins, Johnson, Landermilk, McFadden, Snead. 

Third row— Miss Hepler, Keid, Tucker, Frye, Moats, Shiflett, Andrews. 

Fourth rou;— Deffinbangh, Lambert, Miller, l.effel, McKnight, Moore, McDonald, 

Mrs. Knapp. 


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First row—St. Clair, Andrews, Bartley, VVarlitner, Mr. Faudree. 
Second rou;— Humphries, Gibson, Hodges, Young, Cook, Pritt. 

THE FIRST AID CLUB SEES A DEMONSTRATION ON ROLLING 
BANDAGES AND THE NEWEST METHOD OF ARTIFICIAL 
RESPIRATION. 



In fronf —O’Conner, Arritt, Persinger, Mr. Faudree. 

Victim, Seay. 

First rom~Reed, Craft, Warlitner, Burley, Pullin, Dillon, Campbell, Lewis, Cook. 
Second roi«— Haynes, Hambrick, Pierce, Gray, G. Friel. 

Third rom—Hepler, Hatcher, Carter, Keyser, D. Friel, Biggs, Fountain, Fleshman, 
Arrington, Rogers. 


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The Science Club has made laboratory techniques a pleasure. 
During the year they have made cosmetics, explosives, animal and 
plant models, inks, dyes, and paints. The entire club has visited several 
local industries. 


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The Hobbies and Crafts Club has exiierimented in creative products. Knitting, 
crocheting, and tatting by the girls plus radio work, wood carving and leather 
products by the boys equals a year of good use of leisure time. 



First rou>— DeHart, Cadd, Curfman, Stokey, Wickham, Guth, Wyatt, Hylton. 
Second rote— Bradbury, Vail, Harrington, Lawson, Bush, Mrs. Perdue, Smith 
Rose, Grady, Nicol, Ergenbright. 






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First rott)— Rogers, Sampson, Stalcup, Clements, Seay, Wilmer. 
Second rote— Luchard, Baker, Jamison, Miller, Linkenhoker. 

Third rom— Cobb, Coffman, Crowder, Orndorff, B. Hayslett, Byer, 
Fourth rou)— War litner, Lanum, Mrs. Wilson, Brubaker, Riley, 
Hardy, Simmons, H. Hayslett, Bailey, Fortune, Riee, Bennett, 
Smith. 






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The Art Club thinks thi^ " 
sketching can be fun. Real 
life, still life, wild life, and 
abstracts, portraits, and 
landscaping have been in- 
cluded in their pleasant 
meetings. A study of the 
masters of art and a project 
on the Pan-American flags 
completed the year’s work. 



Mrs. Adams, Keesee, 
Baker, Jones, Henderson, 
Armstrong, Warlitner, 
Knick, Barnett, Hayslett. 



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The Beta Clnb members are CHS’s finest students. A scholastic average of 
ninety is required for membership. In addition to this, the prospective member 
must show outstanding ability in leadership. The large number of students who 
have qualified for the Beta Club speaks well for the school. Sponsored by 
Mrs. Stone, this group enjoyed good grades and good fellowship. 



First rote— Hardy, Wallace, Montgomery, Lewis, Carson, Lugar, Crowder, 
Barnett, Keith, King, Lee, Raikes, Mrs. Stone. 

Second rote— Guth, Hodges, Mountcastle, Perdue, Ballengee, King, Love. 


Gibbs, Faison, Perdue, 
Ballengee, King, Reavis, 
Mountcastle. 


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Home plate for an active team of men is HR 205. The Oddies travel far and 
wide through CHS’s classes and extra-curricular activities, but morning and noon 
find them gathered for roll call in their home room behind that remarkable black- 
board for piquant sayings. Their outlandish basketball game reaped a fine harvest 
of coins for the March of Dimes. 


First rofc— Thompson, Pullen, D. Forbes, Rice, M. Smith, Henderson, Harrington, 
Walton, Curfman, Wyatt, McGuire, Hatcher, Snyder, Deaton, Williams. 
Second rote— Meeks, Parker, Ritch, Rayly, Keesee, J. Forbes. 





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Beamer, Crawford, Winn, Bush, Campbell, Hudnall. 
First rotn— Signorella, Powell, Smith, Fudge. 

Second rom— Newcomb, Campbell, Winn, Crawford, Beamer, Bush, Hudnall, 

King, Simmons, Dillon. 

Thvd rom— Walton, Null, Adams, Schumaker, Brungart, Bird, Hardy, Jamison, 

Wallace. 

Fourth rom— Lanum, Humphries, Seal, Kraus, Adcox, Ballengee, Rock, McMillion, 

Nahouse. 


Fifth rote— Ralsten, Harrington, H. Young, Coiner, Austin, Clark, Riley, Shears, 
Varner. 




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Our orchestra has provided music for many dances 
this year. This group is equally accomplished in waltz 
and jitterbug numbers. 


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First fou)— Knick, Lockhart, Snyder, Sellers, Pence, Thomas, N. Bennett, Johnson, 
S. Miller, Bowman, B. Humphries, Bowen. 

Second rom— T ompson. Burns, Paxton, Trimpey, Baker, J. Bennett, Hoff, 

Sluss, Hiler, Leitch, VanLear, Reynolds, Shawver 
Third row—B. Lewis, Thacker, Signorella, Brown, Linkenhoker, Ralsten, 
Ailstock, Ballard, Craft, W. Lewis, Hayslett, Mann, Stinnette, J. Persinger. 
Fourth rom— DeHart, Keller, Seay, Bland, Weikel, Bishop, B. Miller, C. Lewis, 
B. Persinger, Deaton, Austin, Beemer, S. Persinger, Stone, Brungart, Myers, 
Downey. 




First rou;— Hammond, F. Hatcher, Wickham, Fudge, Hardy, Adcox, Nickell, 
Walton. 

Second rotu— Kelley, Devers, Bowman, Adams, Snead, Raikes, Harrington, 
Powell, Wallace. 

Third fou;— Montgomery, J. Hatcher, Carson, Smith, Miley, Sluss, Curfman, 
Coiner, Jordon, Terry. 

Fourth fouj— Bowen, Collins, Burwell, Lemon, Hudlow, Weaver, Martin, Rhodes, 
Barnett, Dressier, King. 


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The Girls’ Glee Glub and the Girls’ Chorus showed their talent and training in 
their many public appearances, especially the spring concert. The members 
of the chorus have completed at least two years of music with Mrs. Fleshman. 


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The boys in the Glee Club enjoy singing, and many people have enjoyed hear- 
ing them. Having performed at the State Educators Meeting at Natural Bridge, 
in the Talent Show, and on tele\ ision programs, thev are well known locally 
and throughout the state. Their part in the spring concert is always popular 
with the student body. 


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First rote— D. Glover, Riley, Burns, R. Glover, Downer. 

Second rote— Landis, Richardson, Bush, Fenderson, Groves, Kraus, Beazley. 
Third rote— Harmon, Young, Jerry Ballengee, Beamer, Boswell, Felty. 
Fourth rote— Rock, Andrews, Leitch, Knick, Jim Balleaigee, Mountcastle, 
Anderson, Crawford, Mrs. Fleshman. 



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i The maroon and white robes of the A Cappella Choir are familiar not only to 

i the student body and faculty of CHS but also to civic groups in Covington 

and elsewhere. Singing hymns, spirituals, or secular music, the choir has per- 
formed for the governor, educational leaders, religious groups, and student 
assemblies. 


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First rotu— Paxton, Bartley, Hatcher, Fudge, Miley, Lemon, B. Humphries. 
Second rotu— Montgomery, Weaver, Hammond, Martin, Carson, Burwell, Adams, 
Kelley. 

Third rote— Nickell, Landis, Groves, Young, Felty, R. Glover, Wickham. 
Fotirth fom— Fenderson, Riley, Richardson, Andrews, Leitch, Mountcastle, 
Beamer. 





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The 1952-53 cheerleaders and 
the majorettes are rated among 
the finest in CHS’s history. 
Colorful, enthusiastic, and heart 
warming, they symbolize the 
school spirit of the student body. 
No football game would be the 
same without them, pep rallies 
would be non-e.xistent, and 
school life might be worthwhile 
but stale. The Sadie Hawkins 
dance, given annually by the 
cheerleaders, is the highlight of 
the fall. Their assembly program 
before the CHS-CFHS game is 
always a treat. 



Martha Powell 
High Stepper 



Roberta Smith 
Girl with the Band 


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First rott)— Abbott, Burns, Wilmer, Keith, Eubank 
Second rote— Rice, Bailey, Williams, Scott, Worsham. 


Elaine Sheppard 
Mascot Maiorctte 


Judy Signorella 
Before the Football Lights 


Charlotte Fudge 
Backed by Cheerleader 


Ann Humphries 
Baton T wirier 


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GIRLS’ 

MONOGRAM 

Wilmer, Scott, Crowder, 
Keith, Waller 


The members of the Girls’ Monogram Club have earned their letters in basket- 
ball or cheerleading. Their party, induction of new members, and iniciation take 
place in the spring. 


The members of the Girls’ Sports Club enjoy games and exercises. Many joined 
the organization because they lacked the opportunity to participate in sports 
after school. Basketball and softball, as well as all kinds of dancing, are included 
in their meetings. Lately they have become adept at jumping rope in drills. 


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First roto— Clark, Vess, Henderson, Roberts, Eubank, Rhodes, Weaver. 
Second rom— Stalnaker, Downey, Miller, Lair, Abbott, Swartz, Garrett, 

Mrs. White, Rudd. 

Third row—]. Persinger, Ailstock, Ballard, Mize, Bush, Keyser, Armentrout, 
Entsminger, Smith, Vess, N. Thompson. 

Fourth rom— Snead, D. Thompson, Webb, Fridley, Terry, M. Smith, Hite, 
B. Persinger, R. Humphries, B. Humphries, Montgomery. 






BOYS’ 

MONOGRAM 

First rou;— Hite, O’Conner, 
Phillips, Linkenhoker, 
Mountcastle, Richardson 

Second rou;— Gibbs, Leighton, 
Perdue, Johnson, Dillon, 
Mays, Landis, Hicks. 

Third rou;— Felty, Armstrong, 
Dressier, Hamm Keesee, 
Andrews, Lewis, Deacon. 

Fourth roto— Sizemore, Hayslett, 
King, Barnett, Schuder, 
Henderson, Plott, Lemon, 
Warlitner. 



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The Boys’ Monogram Club is made up of the school’s best athletes. Winning 
a monogram in football, basketball, baseball, or track qualifies a boy for mem- 
bership, but most of the members have e.xcelled in two sports. Hosts at the 
Valentine Dance and the annual picnic at Douthat, these athletes are good all- 
around fellows. 

The Boys’ Sports Club doesn’t specialize; they like all sports. Football, volley 
ball, soccer, basketball, or horse shoes— they practice all of them with gusto. 



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First row—]. Persinger, Smith, Lindsey, Weikle, J. PloLt, R. Montgomery, B. Plott, 
Wilhelm. 

Second rou;— Tingler, Harmon, Martin, Burks, Paxton, Tucker, Snyder, Spicer, 
G. Brisendine, Tyree. 

Third rou;— Richardson, Campbell, Firebaugh, Watts, C. Brisendine, Fix, R. Mays, 
Persinger, Weade, Gibson. 

Fourth rou;— Coach Squires, Nicely, Dame, Putnam, Sibold, Munsey, Pearman, 
Cottrell, Armstrong, Jones. 

Fifth rou;— Lindfors, Swihart, Williams, B. Mays, Wade, Reynolds. 






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COUGARS^ 1952 RAMPAGE 


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G.M.S. 

28 

14 

Hopewell 

27 

7 

Danville - 

20 

0 

Vinton 

13 

25 

E. C. Glass 

25 

19 

Jefferson (Roanoke) 

13 

0 

Washington Lee 

19 

25 

( Arlington ) 

Andrew Lewis 

7 

.3.5 

Clifton Forge 

6 

27 


Hamm talk over game strategy with 
their eoaches, Chesty Squires and 
Boodie Albert. 


Jack Plott, manager and Linwood (50) 
West, Cougar mascot taking part in pre- 
game ceremonies. 







LINWOOD BARNETT ROY DEACON 

( 48 ) ( 63 ) 

Tackle Guard 


JIM FELTY 
( 53 ) 

Back 



DENNIS GIBBS 
( 52 ) 

Back 



Archie Lemon scores for placement 



Wayne Lemon is finally brought down 
after a long gain on a completed pass. 


RAY HAMM 
( 54 ) 

Back 


RUSSELL HAYSLETT 
( 61 ) 

End 








EDDIE LANDIS 
( 55 ) 

Guard 


TOMMY LEIGHTON 
( 58 ) 

Back 


ARCHIE LEMON 
( 70 ) 

End 


WAYNE LEMON 
( 62 ) 

End 



Gibbs (52) leads Mountcastle (51) 
around right end for a long gain 
against Andrew Lewis. 


Vicious /line 
against^aAl'ew 


CLYDE RAMSEY 
( 31 ) 

Back 


GENE PHILLIPS 
( 68 ) 

Tackle 


CAREY MOUNTCfASTLE" 
( 51 ) 

BacK 


MILBURr/ PERDUE 








BILL RICHARDSON 

RICHARD SCHUDER 

ELWOOD SIZEMORE 

ERANK WARLITNER 

(56) 

(57) 

(67) 

(64) 

Back 

Back 

Tackle 

Guard 




Leighton leads interference for Ramsey Let’s get everything in order before the 

as he cuts off his left tackle for a short slaughter starts! 

gain in the Arlington game. 



Gibbs receives excellent blocking after 
taking a pitchout in the Jefferson game. 


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Felty shakes two would-be tackles, then 
laterals to Gibbs. 


This year’s Covington Cougar eleven had a very slow start but finally 
found themselves and ended the season with 4-5 record. Starting the season as 
though they were not good enough for Group I, the Cougars lost to G.M.S., Hope- 
well, and Danville before finally finding the victory column against a strong 
Fleming eleven from Vinton. The Cougars defeated Washington & Lee of Arling- 
ton and Andrew Lewis in rapid succession for their 1st and 2nd Group I wins. 
Both of these games were thrillers with the Cougar backfield displaying the type 
of ball-handling that is not often seen in the local sport circles. The season was 
complete with a decisive win over the old rivals, the Clifton Forge Mountaineers, 
in a game that saw ten of the first eleven men play their last game for the 
Blue and Gold. Boodie Albert and Chesty Scjuires, Cougar mentors, will cer- 
tainly have a tough rebuilding job next season. 







FOOTBALL TEAM 


Ray Hamm stops Rottenberry in 
lis tracks after a short gain. Action is 
n Jefferson game. 


Captains draw for the kickoff. 



First rou;— Ramsey, A. Lemon, Sizemore, Hamm, 
Keesee, Gibbs, Mountcastle, Shuder, Deacon. 
Second rote— Guth, J. Linkenhoker, Lewis, S. 
Warlitner, Landis, Phillips, Leighton, Barnett, 
Hardy, King, Hicks. 

Third row—F. Johnson, Anderson, McKnight, 
O’Gonner, Dillon, A. Johnson, Hite, Joe 
Linkenhoker, Glark, Lanum. 

Fourth rote— Plott, Young, R i d d 1 e b e r g e r , 


Hevener, Malianey, Ergenbright, D. Warlitner, 
T. Warlitner, Dressier, Ballengee, Bess. 

Fifth rote— Henderson, Andrews, Richardson, 
Pullin, W. Lemon, Gorbin, Rose, Shifflett, 
Snead, Gaboon, Downer. 

Sixth rote^Hayslett, McMullin, Rhodes, Perdue, 
Felty, Gampbell, Humphries, James, F. 
Williams, Smith, Reyns. 



Not only did they have a success- 
ful season, but this year’s Gougar 
Eleven placed three men on the All 
District Team. The big thrill, how- 
ever, came with the announcement 
that Stuart Keesee was chosen for the 
defensive guard position on the All- 
State Team. 

Perdue is gone, after intercepting a 
pass. Key block paves his way in 
Lewis game. 


Stuart Keesee 



SCORES 



Central 

We 

52 

They 

33 

Class 

28 

45 

Jefferson 

34 

58 

Alumni 

48 

33 

C. M. S. 

60 

33 

James Wood 

51 

43 

Valley 

51 

37 

Andrew Lewis 

47 

37 

Roanoke Catholic 

59 

31 

Danville 

41 

65 

Jefferson 

59 

72 

Roanoke Catholic 

68 

29 

Central 

71 

33 

Andrew Lewis 

34 

51 

C. M. S. 

45 

43 

Danville 

45 

62 

E. C. Glass 

50 

55 


Cougars fight it out with Magicians for a rebound. 


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OUR CAGERS HAVE AN UP AND DOWN YEAR 


WALTER KNICK 

JACK BUSSARD 

BUCK BARNETT 

DEWEY O’CONNER 

(13) 

(5) 

(12) 


Center 

Guard 

Guard 







CHARLES WRIGHT t \,-'J . (JJ 


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This year’s Covington Geti^ar quintet was the ^est to .wear the Blue and Gold 


LINKENHOKER 

( 6 ) 

forward 


RUSS HAYSLETT 
(II) 
Forward 


BUDDY DILLON 
(7) 

Guard 




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JAMES DILLON 
(9) 

Forward 


for a long time. At one time during the season/the Cougars had/ a “hot” seven 
game winning streak. In the Western District the Cougars didii’t fare so well, 
since they won only one game. However, they were the first Covington team 
ever to win a Group I basketball game. Probably the biggest thrill of the season 
came with the crushing of Andrew Lewis 47-37. In play outside Group I the 
team’s record was a boastful 9-0. Walter Knick, Cougar Captain and ace pivot 
man provided the team’s biggest scoring punch. Knick, who ended 2nd in the 
State Group I scoring race with an average of 19.4 points per game, was choosen 
on the All-Western District team. Everything considered, 1952-53 was a success- 
ful 






GENE 


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SONNY WARLITNER 
(4) 

Guard 




ROLAND FREASIER 
( 10 ) 

Forward 


DANNY WARLITNER 
( 8 ) 

Guard 


The Cougars take the tip to start 
action against Jefferson’s Magicians 
on the Covington court. 





Anxious runners, Watts, Riddleberger, 
Isley, Guth, and Gibbs, wait for the 
starting gun. 


Archie Lemon shows excellent form 
as he throws the shot. 


THIN CLADS IN ACTION 


Jack Bussard prepares to clear the 

bar. 

Roland Freasier gets set to heave the 
shot. 


Dennis Gibbs running at freight train 
speed. 

Tommy Leighton goes through the 
air with ease. 






Cougarettes fighting over a toss in scrimmage. 


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The 1952-53 edition of the Covington Cougarettes had a very successful season, 
winding up with a 6-3 record. According to their coach, Mrs. White, this is 
especially commendable because this year’s team had only three returing 
veterans. Throughout the season the girls displayed excellent shooting accuracy 
and almost magic ball-handling wizardry. At times the going was rough, but 
these stout-hearted lasses never gave up and even though behind at times, they 
fought until the final buzzer sounded. Co-Cantains Lair and Waller are the only 
losses for this year’s squad, so next year should be a good one for the “Blue and 
Gold.” 


BETTY SUE LAIR 
( 68 ) 

Forward 


MARGARET KEITH 
( 71 ) 

Forward 


JOYCE PIERCE 
( 73 ) 

Guard 


BETTY ABBOTT 
( 70 ) 

Guard 






Cosmetics fly as action starts in girls intra-squad game. 


^Mlave ^ood ^ 


ea s o n 


SCORES 


LINDA VESS 
( 69 ) 
Forward 



We 

They 


Central 

30 

41 


Dunlap 

41 

31 


Jeter 

66 

32 


Alumni 

30 

24 


Valley 

39 

34 


Roanoke 

45 

35 


Roanoke 

45 

53 


Central 

37 

38 


Boiling Springs 

63 

28 


Record 6-3 




SHIRLEY WALLER 

BARBARA ROBERTS 

BETTY KEYSER 

(72) 


(75) 

(67) 

Forward 


Guard 

Guard 







iriesjAVarlitner, Keesee, Armstrong, 
;,^BdKer, Bess, McCauley. 


Warlitner is safe at home as he comes 
in to score for Covington. 


N StUARX' Kgskl 

J \ patchn I 


RONALD BAKER 
Outfield 


JESSE PULLEN 
Third Base 








Keesee is safe at first 
after lashing out a single. 


DENNIS ARMSTRONG 
Shor/slop 


ARCHIE LEMON 
Pitcher 


JACK HARDY 
Pitcher 






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Fancy footing 


Just tipping around, 


What’s up!! 


Beginning the Grand March. 





Strolling down the Rue de la 
Paix. 


The last mile, 


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V en i 


Don’t be alarmed, mademoiselle 


Rogue’s Gallery, 






Who sat on my hamburger! 
At Boodie’s. 


Who won? Homecoming 1952. 


Chief cook and biscuit bakers. 


Hey, that’s not a finger bowl. 


Plain ole country girls— 
Sadie Hawkins Dance. 


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New formation at the County 
Fair— CFHS game. 


Monogram Queen, Judy Signorella, 
and attendant, Linda Scott, are all 
smiles at crowning. 


Tying the knot for Little Abner 
and Daisy Mae. 


Put your best foot forward 
Christmas Formal. 






“No Help Wanted” bv endmen “lawn” Heretick, “Pookie” Leitch, “limmy” Dillon, 

IN DIXIE. 

A jtI 13 iT. •- j-Ti /~v i-i * * WAY I30W]^ YON^DEfl 


Jack Bussard and Carol King 
tapping “Side by Side.” 


WAY 


DOWN YONDER 



IN DIXIE 


Struttin’ Joe Linkenhoker. Suh! Mr. Interlocutor 

(Carey Mountcastle) 

The Ministrel Cast opens the show with “Hi Neighbor!” 





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How’s it going, Cap? 


Bench warmers. 


“All for Covington stand up 
and holler.” 


All’s quiet on the school front. 


SENIOR 


ADCOX, PATRICIA ANN— Girls Glee Club 
2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Sports Club 3; Annual 
Staff 4; Minstrel 4. 

AILSTOCK, BERTHA JEANETTE— F.H.A. 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

AILSTOCK, MARY MARGARET— Glee Club 

2, 4; F.H.A. 3; Sports Club 4. 

AILSTOCK, SHIRLEY MAE— Sports Club 2; 
Annual Staff 4. 

ANDERSON, BOYD 

ANDERSON, LENWOOD— Science Club 4. 
ANDREWS, BETTY ELOISE— F.H.A. Club 2, 

3, 4. 

ANDREWS, HERSHEL— Sports Club 2, 3, 4. 
ARMENTROUT, JOYCE BAKER— Home Eco- 
nomics Club 2; Sports Club 3. 

ARMSTRONG, DENNIS BROWN— Baseball 3, 
4; Sports Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Hunt- 
ing Fishing Club 3, 4; Oddies 4. 

BACK, ERSKINE— F.B.L.A. Club 3; D.O. Club 
4; J.V. Football. 

BAKER, RONALD DELANO— J.V. Basketball 
2; Varsity Baseball 3; Varsity Basketball 3; Sports 
Club 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Hunting and Fish- 
ing Club 2; President Home Room 2, 3; Dance 
Club 4; Oddies 4. 

BALLARD, PATRICIA LEE — Home Economics 
Club 2, 3; Sports Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Treas- 
urer Home Room 2. 

BALLENGEE, JAMES RICHARD — Public 
Speaking Club 2; President Home Room 2; Min- 
strel 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3; Dance Club 4; Oddies 4. 

BARNETT, LYNWOOD THOMAS— Football 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 4; 
Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; 
Oddies 4. 

BAYLY, JAMES GLEASON— Beta Club 3, 4; 
Hunting and Fishing 3; Science Club 4. 
BISHOP, AUBREY LANIER— Sports Club 2, 
3; D.O. 4. 

BLAND, NORMA JEAN — Home Economics 
Club 2; Annual Staff 4; Public Speaking Club 3; 
Glee Club 4; Secretary and Treasurer of Home 
Room 2; Tri-Hi-Y Club 4; Treasurer of Home 
Room 4. 

BOOTH, ERLENE FRANCES— Glee Club 4; 
Language Club 4. 

BOTKINS, CARLOS PAUL— Science Club 4. 
BOWEN, LORETTA JUNE— Glee Club 3, 4; 
Annual Staff 3, 4. 

BOWLING, JACK CODY— Sports Club 1, 2; 
Science Club 3, 4. 

BOWMAN, DREAMA MAXINE— Red Cross 
Club 2; Annual Staff 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Secre- 
tary of Home Room. 


RECORD 



Pretty boy is made up for his annual picture. 

BRACKENS, GEORGE THOMAS— Sports Club 
3; First Aid Club 2. 

BROOKS, EMMA FRANCES— Home Economics 
Club 2. 

BROWN, KATHERINE JEAN— Public Speak- 
ing Club 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Glee Club 3, 4. 

BURKS, GERALD DARWYN— Science Club 2; 
Sports Club 4. 

BURLEY, FRANCES CAROL— Sports Club 2. 
BURNS, LOUIE WALDO— Minstrel 3, 4; 

Orchestra 4. 

BURWELL, ELEANOR SPOTS WOOD — Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; Language Club 4; 
Minstrel 3, 4; A Capella 4. 

BUSH, BARBARA SUE— Sports Club 4. 
BUSH, SHIRLEY ANN— Sports Club 2; Dra- 
matics Club 3; Secretary Home Room 4. 
BUSSARD, JACK HALLOWAY— Sports Club 
2; Annual Staff 2; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4; 
Minstrel 2, 3; Treasurer of Home Room 2; Dance 
Club 4. 

BYERS, PETER PAYNE— Sports Club 2; 
Annual Staff 3, 4. 

CAMPBELL, JUNE MARIAN— Home Eco- 
nomics Club 2. 

CAMPER, DAVID LEWIS— Football 3; Science 
Club 3; D.O. 4. 

CARSON, CAROL DABNEY— Dramatics Club 

2, 3; Language Club 4; Minstrel 3, 4; Beta Club 

3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 4; A Capella Choir 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

CARTER, NANCY VONDA 
CHILDS, SARA MARGARET— Annual Staff 2, 
3, 4; Minstrel 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; A Capella 
Choir 2. 


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SENIOR RECORD 



Humhonc lut^s the pigskin. 


CLARKE, BARBARA JEAN — Girls’ Sports 
Club 2. 

CLARKE, BETTY JANE — Home Economics 
Club 2; Sports Club 4; Treasurer Home Room 4. 
CLEMENT, CHARLOTTE KYLE — Student 
Council 3; Annual Staff 4; Girls’ Tri-Hi-Y 4. 
COEEEE, RUBY ILLEENE— Home Economics 
Club 2. 

COINER, ELIZABETH RUTH— Public Speak- 
ing 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Girls’ Tri- 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 

COLLINS, ERANCES ELENE— Home Eco- 
nomics Club 2; Red Cross Club 3; E.H.A. Club 4. 
CRAWEORD, WALTER OWEN, JR.— Band 2, 
3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Boys Glee Club 4; Minstrel 4. 
CROOKSHANKS, EULA DELORES — E. H. A. 
Club Treasurer 2; Girls Sports Club 4. 

DAME, STANLEY — Auditorium Club 3, 4. 
DEACON, RAY REID JR.— Science Club 2, 3, 
4; President Science Club 3; Dance Club 4; J. V. 
Basketball 3; Eootball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Monogram Club 3, 4; Oddies 4. 

DEATON, NANCY LEE— Beta Club 3, 4; Treas- 
urer Beta Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, 4; Glee Club 
4; Business Club 3, Treasurer Business Club 3. 
DEHART, JANICE RAE— Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4; An- 
nual Staff 4; Student Council 3, 4; Glee Club 4; 
Office Staff 4. 

DEVERS, CLARA PATRICIA— Tri-Hi-Y Club 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary Home Room 
2; Girls Sports Club 3; Annual Staff 4. 
DOWNER, JOHN C. Ill— Boys Sports Club 3; 
Boys Glee Club 4; Auditorium Club 4; Minstrel 
4; Football 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

DOWNEY, MARIE— Glee Club 2, 4; Sports 
Club 3, 4. 

DRESSLER, BARBARA ANN— Glee Club 3, 4; 
Annual Staff 3, 4; Red Cross Club 2. 


ELLINGER, REBA RAENELL — Student Council 

2, 3; Treasurer Student Council 3; Junior Rep- 
resentative Student Council 3; President Home 
Room 3; Treasurer Home Room 4; Debating 
Club 4. 

ENTSMINGER, JUNE MARIE— Student Coun- 
cil 2; Home Economics Club 2; Girls Sports Club 

3, 4. 

EVERHARDT, JUNE ROSALYN— Sports Club 
3; Annual Staff 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 4. 

FAISON, HENDRIX CLEVELAND— Football 

2, 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Oddies 4. 

l ELTY, PHYLLIS ANDREWS— Student Coun- 
cil 2; Minstrel 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; A Capella 
Choir 3, 4; Class Secretary 3; President of Home 
Room 3; All State West Chorus 3; Public Speak- 
ing 2, 3; Language Club 4. 

FITZGERALI), BEATRICE JOY— President of 
Home Room 2; Glee Club 2; Home Economics 
Club 2, 3, 4; President of Home Economics Club 

3, 4. 

FLEMING, MARJORIE LEE— F.B.L.A. Club 2. 
FREASIER, ROLAND BARNEY— Dance Club 
4; Basketball 4; Baseball 4; Monogram Club 4; 
Track 4. 

FRYE, CAREY FRANCES— Home Economics 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

FUDGE, CHARLOTTE ANN— Minstrel 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette 4; Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4; A Capella 
Choir 2, 3, 4; Miss Armed Forces Queen 3; All 
State West Chorus 4. 

GIBBS, DENNIS HOWARD— V. Football 3, 4; 
J. V. Football 2; Track 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; J. V. 
Basketball 3; Monogram Club 3, 4; Sports Club 
2; Oddies 4; Secretary of Oddies 4; Dance Club 
4; First Aid 3; Secretary of Home Room 3; Hunt- 
ing and Fishing Club 2; \'ice-President of First 
Aid Club 3; Fire Fighters 2, 3, 4. 

GIBSON, RICHARD DANIEL— Science Club 2; 
Sports Club 4. 

GIBSON, WILMA MARGARET— Annual Staff 
3, 4; Public Speaking Club 2; \'ice President of 
Public Speaking Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice 
President of Tri-Hi-Y 3. 

GLOVER, JAMES DONALD— Student Council 
3, 4; Boys Glee Club 4; Public Speaking Club 3; 
Debate Club 4; Sports Club 2. 

GLOVER, DAYTON RONALD— Dramatics 
Club 2; Annual Staff 2; Student Council 3; A 
Capella Choir 4; Boys Glee Club 4. 

HAMMOND, REBECCA DEYERLE — Class 
Secretary-Treasurer 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 3, 4; Language Club 
4; A Capella Choir 4; Vice-President of Tri-Hi-Y 
4; \'ice-Presidcnt of Home Room 4. 

HARDING, GLEDA MARIE— Glee Club 2, 3; 
Treasurer of Senior Class. 


SENIOR RECORD 


HASTINGS, RADFORD CARL, JR.— Hunting 
and Fishing Club 2. 

HATCHER, FREDA REID— Band 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 3, 4; A Capella Choir 3, 4; 
Student Council 2, 3, 4; President of Student 
Body 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; President of Tri-Hi-Y 
4; Beta Club 3, 4. 

HATCHER, GERTRUDE THOMPSON— Glee 
Club 3, 4; Public Speaking Club 2, 3; Language 
Club 4; Annual Staff 2, 3. 

HAWKINS, JAMES DELMA — Student Council 
2 ; D.O. Club 4; Firefighters 3; Hunting and Fish- 
ing Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Sports Club 2; 
Vice-President of D.O. 4. 

HAYSLETT, ANETTA FAYE— Annual Staff 
4; Red Cross Club 3; President Home Room 3. 
HAYSLETT, RUSSELL AUBREY— Football 2, 
3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Dance Club 4; 
Minstrel 3, 4; Oddies 3, 4; Treasurer of Home 
Room 3, 4. 

HENDERSON, DONALD ELTON— Football 3, 
4; J.V. Football 2; Manager Basketball 2; Mono- 
gram Club 2, 3, 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2, 
3, 4; First Aid Club 3; Treasurer First Aid Club 
3; Treasurer Home Room 2; Auditorium Club 4; 
Oddies 4. 

HEPLER, WILMA AELESE— Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y, 4; Public Speaking Club 

2, 3; Secretary Public Speaking Club 2; Glee Club 

3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Treasurer Junior Class 
3; Treasurer Home Room 3; Ministrel 4; Annual 
Staff 4. 

HEVENER, PHILIP WAYNE— Military Club 
2; Science Club 3. 

HIGGINS, EUGENE H.— Sports Club 3; Science 
Club 4; Fire Fighters 3, 4. 

HITE, GILMAN MANLEY— Hunting and Fish- 
ing Club 2; Sports Club 3; Football 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4. 

HITE, NETTIE MARGARET— Red Cross Club 
2; Girls Sports Club 3. 

HUDLOW, MARCIA SUE— Girls Glee Club 2, 
3, 4; Public Speaking Club 2, 3; Language Club 
4; Minstrel 4. 

HUMPHRIES, IRAM RAY— D.O. Club 3. 
HUMPHRIES, MABEL ROSETTA— Girls Sports 
Club 4; Girls Glee Club 4. 

HUMPHRIES, REBECCA BEARNICE — Girls 
Glee Club 3, 4; A Capella Choir 3, 4; Girls Sports 
Club 4; Public Speaking Club 3; Student Coun- 
cil 4. 

ISELEY, CHARLES WILLIAM— Hunting and 
Fishing Club; Science Club 3, 4; President of 
Science Club 4. 

JACKSON, DELORIS ANN— Red Cross Club 3. 
JONES, ERNEST HUBERT— Sports Club; Mili- 
tary Club; First Aid Club; Fire Fighters. 



('Icanins, n}* after the day’s activities. 


JONES, JOHN PAUL— Baseball 2, 4; Basketball 
2; Football 2, 3; Firefighters 2, 3, 4; Hunting and 
Fishing Club 3; First Aid Club 4; Oddies 3, 4. 
JONES, PEGGY JOYCE — Home Economics 
Club 2; Sports Club 3, 4. 

KEESEE, STUART LEE— Football 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Vice Presi- 
dent Monogram Club 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Presi- 
dent Beta Club 3; Auditorium Club 2, 3, 4; Presi- 
dent Home Room 4; President Senior Class 4. 
KELLEY, LOUISE MARIE— Girls Glee Club 3, 
4; Ministrel 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; A Capella 
Choir 4. 

KING, ALICE MARIE— Red Cross Club 2, 3; 
F.B.L.A. Club 4. 

KING, DONALD EDWARD— Football 2, 3, 4; 
Monogram Club 4; Auditorium Club 4; Beta 
Club 3, 4; Sports Club 2; Oddies 4; Annual Staff 
2, 3. 

KING, RAEBURN JANICE— Secretary of Home 
Room 2; Glee Club 3; Debate Club 4. 

KNICK, PAUL BURTON— Science Club 2, 3; 
D.O. 3, 4. 

KNICK, WALTER A.— Basketball 2, 3, 4; Cap- 
tain Basketball Team 4; Oddies 4; Glee Club 4; 
J. V. Basketball 2; Sports Club 2. 

KOUNSE, ELIZABETH LEE— Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; Home Economics Club 2; Ministrel 3; Dra- 
matics Club 3; Annual Staff 4. 

LACKS, PEGGY LEE— D.O. 3, 4 
LAIR,BETTY SUE— Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 3, 4; Co-captain of Girl’s Basketball 4. 
LAM, LINDA JACKSON— Annual Staff 2, 3; 
Student Council 4; D.O. 4. 

LAUDERMILK, BARBARA ANN— Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4; Basketball 4. 

LEE, SHIRLEY ANN— Beta Club 3, 4; Garden 
F'l lb 4; Student Council 4. 


SENIOR RECORD 



“Little Broun Jug,” how we love thee! 

LEIGHTON, THOMAS LENWOOD— Audi- 
torium Club 4; Football 3, 4. 

LEMON, ARCHIE WARD— Monogram Club 3, 
4; Football 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer of 
Monogram Club 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Sports Club 
2, 3; Fire Fighters 2, 3; President of Home Room 
2; J. V. Football 2. 

LEMON, CECIL WAYNE— Student Council 2, 
3; Football 3, 4; J. V. Football 2; Science Club 3, 
4; Sports Club 2; Monogram Club 4. 

LEMON, PATSY LEE— Ministrel 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; A Capella Choir 
2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3; Dramatics Club 3; Language 
Club 4; President of Language Club 4; All State 
West Chorus 4. 

LEWIS, CONSTANCE DELORES— Glee Club 
2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Debate Club 4; Secretary of 
Home Room 4. 

LEWIS, JAMES EDWARD— Football 2, 3, 4; 
Monogram Club 4; Science Club 4; Public Speak- 
ing Club 2; Vice-President of Science Club 4; 
Annual Staff 3. 

MANN, BOBBY LEE — Hunting and Fishing 
Club 2; Vice-President of Home Room 3; Sports 
Club 3; Dance Club 4; Oddies 4. 

McKNIGHT, MARY KAY— F.H.A. Club 4; 
Sports Club 3. 

MEEKS, BENAMIN CAMERON— President of 
Home Room 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4. 

MILLER, BETTY ROBERTS— Glee Club 3, 4; 
Sports Club 4; Vice-President of Home Room 3; 
Ministrel 4. 

MIZE, NORMA JEAN — Secretary and Treasurer 
of Home Room 2; Student Council 3; Sports Club 
4; Treasurer of Home Room 4. 

MONTGOMERY, JANETTE GRAY— Vice- 
President of Home Room 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Beta Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; A Capella Choir 4: 


Annual Staff 4; Ministrel 3, 4; Secretary of Home 
Room 3. Assistant Business Manager of Annual 4. 
MONTGOMERY, RANDOLPH OWEN— First 
Aid Club 3; Sports Club 2, 4; Science Club 3. 
MOUNTCASTLE, CAREY RUSSELL— Football 
2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Student Council 
2, 3, 4; Class President 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Dance 
Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Minstrel 2, 3, 4; 
Oddies 4; A Capella Choir 3, 4. 

MYERS, SHIRLEY LOUISE— Red Cross Club 
2; F.H.A. Club 3; Debate Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4. 
NAHOUSE, LESTER RICKEY— Hunting and 
Fishing Club 2; Dramatics Club 3. 

NEWCOMB, PERCY KLINE, JR.— Band 2, 3, 
4; Student Council 3. 

NOEL, JACKIE EUGENE— Sports Club 3. 
OLIVER, JAMES THOMAS— Hunting and 
Fishing Club 2; Auditorium Club 3; Treasurer of 
Home Room 4. 

OTTO, ADELAIDE — Annual Staff 4. 

PARKER, LLOYD LEWIS— Band 2, 3; Beta 
Club 3, 4. 

PAXTON, BARBARA JANE— Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; A Capella Choir 4; Minstrel 3, 4; Dramatics 
Club 2, 3; Secretary and Treasurer of Dramatics 
Club 3; President of Debate Club 4; Secretary 
and Treasurer of Home Room 2. 

PAXTON, WANDA CECILE— Public Speaking 
Club 2; Annual Staff 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Tri- 
HifY 4. 

PEARMAN, PAUL LINCOLN, JR.— Sports 
Club 2, 3, 4. 

PERDUE, CARY MILBURN— Student Council 
2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 2; Mono- 
gram Club 3, 4; Track 3; Vice-President of Stu- 
dent Body 4; Vice President of Senior Class 4; 
Auditorium Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Home 
Room 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of Auditori- 
um Club 3; Oddies 4. 

PERSINGER, BETTY LOU— Glee Club 2, 4; 
Sports Club 4. 

PERSINGER, MARY JANE— Glee Club 2, 4; 
Sports Club 4. 

REAVIS, PETER AUGUSTUS— Basketball 2, 3; 
Minstrel 3; Dramatics Club 3; Glee Club 3; 
Dance Club 4; Debate Club 4; Student Council 
4; Oddies 4. 

REYNS, JACKIE CALVIN— Annual Staff 3, 
4; Football 4; Hunting and Fishing Club 2; 
Basketball Manager 4. 

RHODES, UVA MARIE— Secretary of F.B.L.A. 
3; Sports Club 4; President Home Room 4. 
RICE, JUANITA GAY— Girls Glee Club 3, 4; 
Beta Club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y Club 4; Annual Staff 
4; Cheerleader 4; Minstrel 4. 

RICE, WILTON— D.O. Club 4; Sports Club 3. 
RIDDLEBERGER, DONALD RAY— Football 3, 
4; Firefighters 3, 4; Red Cross 3; Hunting and 
Fishing Club 2; Science Club 4. 


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SENIOR 


RILEY, WILLIAM JOSEPH— Football 2; Mili- 
tary Club 2; Art Club 4; First Aid Club 3; 
Debate Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; A Capella Choir 
3, 4; Minstrel 3, 4. 

KITSCH, FREDERICK FIELD, JR.— Annual 
Staff 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Debate Club 4. 
ROBERTS, WANDA JEAN— Sports Club 3, 4. 
ROSE, PHYLLIS ANN— D.O. 3, 4. 

ROSE, SAMUEL WESLEY— Track 4; First Aid 
Club 4. 

ROTHWELL, EUGENE MURRELL — D.O. 
Club 4. 

RUDD, PANSY LEE — Home Economics 2, 3; 
Dramatics Club 3; Girls Sports Club 4. 
SAMPSON, RUBY DARE— Art Club 4; Student 
Council 2, 3. 

SAMPSON, VIOLET LOUISE— Girls Sports 
Club 2. 

SHUE, RONALD WILSON— Sports Club 2; 
Firefighters 2; Football 3; Science Club 4. 
SIMMONS, BETTY LOU— Girls Sports Club 
3, 4. 

SMITH, CAROLE ALITA— Sports Club 2, 3, 4. 
SMITH, FRANCES LOU— Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
A Capella Choir 2, 3; Sports Club 2, 3, 4. 
SMITH, JOHN WILLIAM— Sports Club 2; D.O. 
Club 2. 

SMITH, VIRGINIA ELLEN— Art Club 4. 
SNEAD, TOMMY— Sports Club 3; D.O. Club 
3, 4. 

SNYDER, BETTY LOU — Public Speaking Club 
2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Girls Tri- 
Hi-Y Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; President Home 
Room 4; Minstrel 4. 

STALCUP, TOMMY REID— Science Club 4. 
STEELE, ROBERT LUTHER— Dramatics Club 

2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Cheerleader 2; Boys State 3. 
THOMAS, RUBY ANN— Red Cross Club 2; 
Science Club 2; Home Economics Club 3; Glee 
Club 3, 4. 

TINGLER, BARBARA ANNE — Student Coun- 
cil 2; F.H.A. Club 2; Secretary Home Room 2; 
Garden Club 3; Home Economics Club 2. 
TRIMPEY, BERTHA ANN — Annual Staff 4; 
President Home Room 4; Dramatics 4. 
TUCKER, JEAN DARE — Student Council 2; 
Treasurer Home Room 2; Secretary Home Room 
3; Glee Club 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4. 

TYSON, CHERI LEE— Glee Club 4; Tri-Hi- Y 
Club 3, 4; Secretary Tri-Hi-Y Club 4; Girls State 
3; Annual Staff 4; Public Speaking 3; President 
Home Room 4; Minstrel 4; Editor of Annual 4. 
VESS, JOAN — Sports Club 2, 3, 4. 

WADE, RICHARD ALLEN— Sports Club 2, 

3, 4. 

WADE, WILLIAM HAROLD— D.O. Club 3, 4. 
WALLER, SHIRLEY TURNER— Sports Club 2; 
Basketball 2, 3; Cheerleader 2; Vice-President 2; 
Debate Club 3; Monogram Club 3; Student 
Council 2. 

WALTHALL, IRIS JUNE— Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 
3, 4; Home Economics Club 2; F.H.A. Club 2; 


RECORD 



]ust look at our trophies! 


Secretary Home Economics Club 2; Treasurer 
Home Room 3. 

WARD, MARION WALLACE, JR.— Public 
Speaking Club 2; Annual Staff 3, 4; Assistant 
Business Manager of Annual 3; Business Manager 
of Annual 4. 

WARLITNER, FRANK EDWARD— Baseball 2, 
3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Audi- 
torium Club 4; Basketball 4; Monogram Club 3, 
4; First Aid Club 4; Home Room Treasurer 4; 
J.\'. Basketball 3, 4; Oddies 3, 4. 

WEESE, ANNIE LOUISA— D.O. 3; Red Cross 
Club 3; Home Economics Club 4. 

WELLS, FRANCES CORENE— Home Eco- 
nomics Club 2, 3; Treasurer of Home Room 3. 
WICKHAM, ETHEL CAROLYN— Girls Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Ministrel 3, 4; A Capella Choir 3, 
4; Annual Staff 3; Crafts and Hobby Club 4; 
Tri-Hi-Y 4. 

WILLIAMS, MARY LEE— Band 2, 3, 4; Beta 
Club 3, 4; Vice-President of Beta Club 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Vice-President of Home Room 4; 
Secretary of Senior Class 4. 

WILMER, JAMES PORTER— Sports Club 2, 3. 
WILMER, MARY JO— Student Council 2, 3; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 
3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4; Annual Staff 4. 

WOLFE, JANET MARIE— Garden Club 4. 
WOMACK, CLARENCE PETE— Annual Staff 
2, 3; Student Council 2; Glee Club 4; A Capella 
Choir 4; Auditorium Club 3; Vice-President of 
Home Room 4; Minstrel 3; Manager of Football 
Team 2. 

WOODSON, JAMES SANDBURN— Football 3, 
4; J. V. Football 2; President of Home Room 4; 
Auditorium Club 4; Office Staff 4. 

WRIGHT, CHARLES ARTHUR— Sports Club 

2 . 

WYATT, MARJORIE SUE— Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Secre- 
tary of Beta Club 4; Crafts and Hobbies Club 4; 
Student Council 4. 






WEST VIRGINIA PULP AND PAPER CO. 

Covington, Virginia 

Manufacturers of 

BLEACHED BOOK AND CONVERTING PAPER 
KRAFT PAPER AND PAPER BOARD 


Location of Mills 


Mechonicviile, New York 
Tryone, Pennsylvania 
Covington, Virginia 


Williamsburg, Pennsylvania 
Luke, Maryland 
Charleston, South Carolina 


Sales Offices 

230 Park Avenue, New York City 
35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago 
Lincoln Liberty Building, Philadelphia 
530 Market Street, San Franciso 


124 


ORANGE CRUSH BOTTLING COMPANY 

1531 Seventh Street N.E. Phone 2-8054 


ROANOKE, VA. 



Drink ’em up 


and fill ’em up. 


Its not the three stooges, 
its the five Couga’s 


STANLEY NICHOLS. INC. 


COVINGTON MOTOR CO.. 
Inc. 


Your Studebaker Dealer 



School days! 


Your Ford and Mercury Dealer 
CASH FOR USED CARS 



Oh! Aren’t they cute? 


COVINGTON LUMBER COMPANY. INC. 


For Happy Homes 
Covington, Virginia 

Sunnymeade Phone 2107 


125 



Portrait Commercial 

BURR STUDIO 

MILLER'S STUDIO 

People’s Bank Building 

The Photographic Center of the 
Alleghanies 

Main Street 

Our 24th Year 

Dial 7346 

Fishman Building Main Street 

DIAL 9281 


HAROLD'S 

Registered Jeweler 

Our knowledge of fine gems and jewelry is for your protection 
Main Street, next door to Covington National Bank 



Two buddies. 



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Three of a kind. 


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FINK'S JEWELERS 

DIAMONDS WATCHES 

Easy Credit 
Dial 5671 


“We Grow Our Own” 

ALLEGHANY FLORAL CO., 
Inc. 

Covington, Virginia 


HODGES JEWELRY STORE 

Quality Jewelry 
Since 1913 

Main Street Covington, Va. 


126 



CLASS RINGS CAPS and GOWNS 

INVITATIONS and CALLING CARDS 

Walter B. Anderson 

L G. BALFOUR PRODUCTS 

Richmond, Virginia 


COVINGTON AMUSEMENT COMPANY 

operating 

STRAND VISULITE COVINGTON HI-WAY DRIVE-IN 

THEATRES 
Covington, Virginia 


127 


COVINGTON DEPT. STORE, Inc. 

Phone 4101 

"Where Thrift and Fashion Meet" 


J. C. PENNEY CO. 


Incorporated 


Congratulations to the 
Class of '53 
Covington, Virginia 


128 


Maple Ave. Dial 7281 

GREENWAY'S 


PAINTER AND ROBERTSON 
Young Men's Shop 


Complete line 

Men’s and Young Men’s Furnishing 


Nunn-Bush Shoes Knox Hats 

Arrow and Van Heusen Shirts 


Play More — Live Longer — This is the Sports Age 

PRES BROWN'S SPORT SHOP 

P.O. Box 821 Phone 662 

14 West Washington Street Lexington, Virginia 

“Press Delivers the Goods” 



CLAY SHOE STORE 

Outfitting for the Entire Family 

Velvet Step for the Ladies 
City Club for the Men 

Weather Bird for the Kiddies 

205 N. Maple Avenue Covington, Va. 


ROOKLIN'S 

THE SHOE BOX 

DEPARTMENT STORE 


Shop around the corner for 

Better Values 

Style and Fit 

In Beautiful Shoes 


129 



ALLEGHANY ICE CO. 

Food Fights for Freedom 
Use Plenty of Ice 
For Complete Food Protection 


Dial 5201 


Covington, Va. 


GEORGE'S GRILL 

We Specialize in foot long hot dogs 
Main Street Covington, Va. 

Dial 2-2086 


FRIDLEY'S PHARMACY 

“Service for the Sick" 

Phone 3166 308 W. Main Street 

Covington, Virginia 


HILL DRUG STORE 

Better Service in Drugs 
314 West Main Street 
DIAL 2131 


THE SWEET SHOP 

Takes this means to congratulate 
you on graduation — it has been a 
pleasure to serve you. 


HONEY DEW 

7 — Modern Alleys — 7 
Complete Fountain Service 
meet your friends at 

THE HONEY DEW - PHONE 9256 

Covington, Virginia 


MODERN CUT RATE 

Main Street 
COVINGTON, VA. 


MYERS CUT RATE 

604 Highland Street 
DIAL 3221 


Waiting to be fed. 


Hungry, boys? 


130 



INDUSTRIAL RAYON 
CORPORATION 

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 
"A Good Place To Work" 


131 


Colonial Distributing Co. 


Roanoke, Virginia 


CONFECTIONS & SPECIALTIES 


THE COURTESY STORE 
Dial 2186 

THE CORNER SUPER MARKET 
Dial 2164 

THE GROCETERIA 

601 Highland Street Dial 2196 

ELMER F. SMITH AND FRANK T. HUNDLEY 


132 


KING'S FOOD MARKET 

COOKE'S CASH STORE 

Pleasing you keeps us in business 

Groceries — Meats — Produce 

WE DELIVER 

DIAL 2-6911 

Dial 3276 410 Cedar St, 

818 S, Alleghany Avenue 


Covington, Virginia 


COVINGTON GROCERY COMPANY 


Wholesale Distributors 



Not too many. Maggie! 


A perfect pose. 


ABBOTT'S GROCERY 


Groceries, Meats, Country Produce, 
Fruits and Vegetables 
602 Highland Covington, Va, 


HALL'S 

General Merchandise 

DIAL 9381 


Covington, Virginia 


DIAL 4251 


MAGAZINE GROCERY 

545 North Alleghany Avenue 
FREE DELIVERY 

Dial 2171 Covington, Va. 


133 


Congratulations to the Class of 1953 

C. J. STULL R. L. PERSINGER JACK PERSINGER 

Class of 1914 Class of 1915 Class of 1927 


Clifton Forge-Waynesboro 
Telephone Company 


Compliments of 

A FRIEND 




Asleep on their feet! 



Where’s our partners? 


M. H. FISHMAN 

Largest and Most Popular Variety 
Store in Alleghany County 
Why Pay More? 


Main Street 


Covington, Va. 


BARR-TOPHAM CO. 


Covington’s Largest Variety Store 
Two Floors of Quality Merchandise 


FOSTER'S 

Everything in Ladies’ Ready-to-Wcar 
Stores in 


COVINGTON 


and 


CLIFTON FORGE, VA. 


Congratulations to the Class of ’53 



The Friendly Store and Home of Better Values 


MAIN STREET 


COVINGTON, VA. 


Covington Dentists 

DR. ADAMS 
DR. GEORGE 
DR. CRAWFORD 
DR. WAGNER 
DR, SAVAGE 


135 


RICHARDSON-VAIL FURNITURE CO. 

Incorporated 

Covington's Friendly Furniture Store 
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '53 

1000-2-4-6 Highland Street 

Dial 2175 Covington, Virginia 


McAllister and bells, inc. 

Manufacturers of 

Mountain Gem Flour 

and dealers in 

Kaymoor Coal 


Dial 2104 


Covington, Virginia 


Dial 7336 and 7337 P.O. Box 211 

S. C. E. ELECTRIC & NEON 
Company 

Electrical and Neon Contracting 

Carl Ergenbright, Manager 

Magazine St. Covington, Va. 

McCLUNG BROS.. INC. 

Jobbers of Auto Parts and 

Shop Equipment 

100 Per Cent Wholesale 

Covington, Va. Phone 2144 

J. A. SCHUMAKER 

Plumbing and Heating Contractor 

205 Court Street 

IRON-FIREMAN PRODUCTS 

CONTRACTORS 

Refrigeration Sales & Services 

Motor and Appliance Repairs, 

Fixtures 

Dial 9386 318 Highland St. 

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Maintenance Crew. 

Going up? 

GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 

Tires — Batteries — Accessories 

General Electric Appliances 

ROADCAP b LAWLER, INC. 

103 Maple Avenue 

Dealer for G.E. Appliances 

Furniture, and Heating Equipment 

NICKELL ELECTRIC CO. 

Maytag, Philco Stewart-Warner 

Appliances 

Television Sales K Service 

Phone 8331 

Maple Ave. Covington, Va. 

Congratulations to Class of *53 

HUGHES COMPANY 

Maple Avenue 

Covington, Virginia 


137 


HANNA-PACKARD COMPANY 

705 Monroe Street Covington, Virginia 

PACKARD SALES AND SERVICE 
Ask The Man Who Owns One 

Dealers License 545 Dial 8251 


DRESSIER MOTORS, INC. 

Monroe Street on Route 60 

Your Friendly Dodge — Plymouth and Job Rated Truck Dealer 
Dial 9251 or 9291 



CHRISTIAN MOTOR CO., INC. AND TRADING POST 


We buy for more; sell for less; trade for anything 
24 hour wrecker service 


Day Phone 2-6366 


Night Phone 9276 


CHEVROLET— OLDSMOBILE— CADILLAC 
Sales and Service 

ALLEGHANY CHEVROLET CORP. 

Dial 106 

Dial 2134 Covington, . Virginia 


138 


HERFF 


300 Main Street 


JONES 

COMPANY 

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 


Representative in Virginia 

JAMES L DECK 


Richmond 19, Virginia 


139 


“WHITING” 

SERVICE STATIONS 

Cities Service Gasoline — Motor Oils — Lubracation — Tires 


Compliments of 


FAIRLAWN 



Service Station 

tops in service — at the top of the hill 

Gulf Tires, Batteries, Accessories, 
Lubrication 


Child's ESSO Station 


A. C. “Bud” Johnson 



Free ride! 



Take me home. 



What’cha waiting for? 


Craighead & Fawley 
Amoco Station 


Bennett's AMOCO Station 


Amoco Tires and Accessories 
Bridge Street and Riverside Avenue 


Corner of Highland and Chestnut St. 
RADIATORS CLEANED 


DIAL 9221 


AND REPAIRED 


BYRD'S ESSO STATION 


Highland Street at Alleghany Avenue 



Route 60 


Covington, Virgina 


Dial 9911 


140 


Compliments of 


THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 


Covington, Virginia 


FLOWERS 


GENERAL OFFICE SUPPLIES 


School Equipment Co., Inc. 

Manufacturing and Distributors 


203 North Maple Avenue 


School, Church and Public Seating 
Furniture 


Authorized Remington Rand 
Sales and Service 


Richmond — Lawrenceville, 


Va. 


Dial 2-6656 


Covington, Va. 



Those old piano roll blues. 



My buddy. 


W K E Y 

Earl McKey 
owner and operater 


BROWN'S MUSIC SHOP 

TELEVISION 

Radios - Phonographs - - Records 
Sheet Music - - Accessories 


1340 ON YOUR DIAL 


Main 


Phone 4281 

Street Covington, Va. 


If it is Banking Business See — 

THE COVINGTON NATIONAL BANK 

Covington, Virginia 

Serving Covington and Alleghany County since 1891 
MEMBER F.D.I.C. 


141 



J. C. DOWNER, JR. 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 


606 Highland Street 


Covington, Virginia 



Going my way? 


L L PRICE 

Paint and Paper Contractor 
Floor Sanding and Finishing 
Asphalt and Rubber Tile 


Phone 9671 



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Ik 


Pause that refreshes. 


Compliments of 


PAUL FLINT 


DIAL 8752 


0. E. PARKER AND COMPANY, INC 


BUILDING MATERIALS and GENERAL CONTRACTING 
Hot Springs Road 


142 



ALLEGHANY HARDWARE COMPANY 


(Incorporated) 

GOOD GOODS AT GOOD PRICES 


CABELL COAL COMPANY, INC. 

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 



Wholesale Distributors 
BERWIND’S COAL 


All right, Louie! 


Look for me in the annual! 


GIBSON AND COMPANY, INC. 

Hardware — Paints — Sporting Goods 
Dial 2-6266 Main Street 


COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 


C. B. NETTLETON, INCORPORATED 

LUMBER AND MILL WORK 

Hardware — Paint — Roofing — Concrete — Plaster and Mason’s Supplies 

Coal and Wood 

COVINGTON, VIRGINIA 
Long Distance and Local Phone 4381 


143 








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E. A. SNEAD 
Furniture Company 

Covington, Va. 


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*‘Y ou’ll Like Trading At Traylor’s* 
* 332-34 Main Street 

PHONE 5356 



Sleepy time gals. 



Somethin’ for the “boids.” 


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HOTEL COLLINS, INC 

EXCELLENT SERVICE 


Covington 


Virginia 


Congratulations to the Class of 
'53 

ARRITT FUNERAL HOME 

Covington, Virginia 


ALLEGHANY PUBLISHERS 

COMMERCIAL PRINTING- 
Quality Plus Service 
216 Court Street Dial 4246 


144 


Property of 



CLIFTON FORGE GROCERY COMPANY 
Incorporated 

WHOLESALE GROCERIES 

Clifton Forge, Virginia Marlinton, West Virginia 


BOTTLE GAS 
of 

VIRGINIA 


Compliments 
of the 

Virginia Gas 
Distribution Corporation 


COLUMBIA BAKING COMPANY 

Bakers of 

SOUTHERN BREAD AND CAKES 
Main Street Dial 6476 Covington, Virginia 


‘^ftlETMANN 
(/Biscuit Company 

For a Tasty Snack Anytime 
SALEM, VA. 


Just loafin’. 


Reach for 

SUNBEAM 

The Bread You Need For Energy 


Off to school we go. 


145 


MICK OR MACK 

“Cash Talks” 

207 North Maple Avenue 

COVINGTON VIRGINIA 


STOP and SHOP 

Phone 2128 Free Delivery 

Fresh Meat, Produce and Groceries 


Compliments of 

CAMPBELL'S MARKET 

Quality Products Priced To Please 
909 Highland Street Covington, Va. 
DIAL 2-6216 



DRIVE-IN MARKET 

HOME OF FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 


ALLEGHANY FOODS CO. 

Country Sausage 
Bologna — Franks 

Covington, Virginia 


SMITH'S SUPER MARKET 

ALBERT SMITH 
Your Quality Grocer 
125 N. Maple Ave. Phone 2151 


146 


DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING 



IN BOTTLES 


O'GARA GRILL 

“Where Better Covington Dines" 
Quality Food 
ROBERT F. REID 


THE CORNER FOUNTAIN 

Fountain Service 
and Tasty Sandwiches 



130 Maple Avenue Covington, Va. 


Corner East Main and Magazine 


High-steppin’. 


Need any help? 


Beefcake? 


Make it a habit to visit — 


TINGLER'S 


JESSON'S NEWS STAND 


CORNER NEWS STAND 


Court Street 


102 North Maple Avenue 


Covington, Va. 


Congratulations to The 1952 FOOTBALL TEAM 

NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY 


Dial 3201 


Covington, Virginia 


147 


RITSCH'S CLEANERS 


STEFFEY'S 


“Cash and Carry” 


Cleaning — Altering — Pressing 
“Look Snappy” 

DIAL 7216 


Dial 321 Covington, Va. 


216 Court Street Covington, Va. 



Aren’t they pretty pictures. 



Beauty and the Beast. 


KLOPMAN MILLS, INC. 

COVINGTON PLANT 


“Weavers of Quality Fabrics" 


Covington 


Virginia 




Must be nice. 


She's my gall 


SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY 


Don’t Delay Call — 


Clothes Fluff Dried 
Cheaper — Quicker — Better 

331 Chestnut Street 
DIAL 8751 


AYERS 


Today for Your Laundry and 
Cleaning Services 


148 




SNEAD BUICK COMPANY 

Buick and GMC Trucks — Sales and Service 
South Lexington Street Telephone 3236 

Conceit may puff a man up, 

But never prop him up, 

Observed by — R. M. LOVING 



Go ahead Bob. 



Free advertisement. 



Let’s hope they don’t freeze! 


COBURN'S 
Cleaners and Dyers 

412-414 Highland Street 


McGUFFIN 
SERVICE STATION 

Pure Premium Products 
DIAL 7266 


DIAL 7221 


Sales 


Opposite High School 


Service 


ALLEGHANY MILLING CO., 


NASH AIRFLYTE 

LINK MOTOR SALES, INC 

425 Wright Street Dial 5246 


Inc. 

Flour — Feed — Coal 
Lexington Street Covington, Va. 
DIAL 8221 


149 


STUDENT DIRECTORY 


Abbott, Betty Lou 
Adams, Frances Neale 
Adcox, Patricia Ann 
Adcox, Wallace Overton, Jr. 
Ailstock, Jack Warren 
Ailstock, Mary Margaret 
Ailstock, Shirley Mae 
Akers, Reginald Harold 
Alfred, John Thomas 
Altizer, Garland Hayes 
Anderson, Boyd 
Anderson, Lenwood Bowers 
Anderson, Mont Ray 
Anderson, Richard Martin 
Andrews, Betty Eloise 
Andrews, Earl Harvey, Jr. 
Andrews, Hershel Alfred 
Andrews, Jenny Lee 
Andrews, Kenneth Franklin 
Andrews, Stella Maxine 
Armentrout, Joyce Baker 
Armentrout, Mary Anne 
Armentrout, Norris Gray 
Armstrong, Dennis Brown, Jr. 
Arrington, James Lewis 
Arritt, Berlyn Lacy 
Arritt, Clarence Edward 
Arritt, Rita Mae 
Austin, Sherry Ann 

Baber, Gerald Price 
Back, Edward Franklin, Jr. 
Back, Erskine Wade 
Bailey, Mary Jo 
Baker, Nancy Mae 
Baker, Ronald Delano 
Ballard, Patricia Lee 
Ballengee, James Richard 
Ballengee, Jerry Hunter 
Ballengee, John Thomas 
Ballengee, Virginia Brent 
Barnett, Dorothy Marie 
Barnett, Linwood Thomas 
Barrett, Roland Bobby 
Bartley, Faye Elaine 
Bartley, Marlene Yvonne 
Batten, Michael Adrien 

James Gleason, Jr. 
Beamer, Lawrence Eugene 
Beazley, Paul Winslow 
Beemer, Frieda Lafern 
Bennett, Joyce Mae 
Bennett, Nancy Carolyn 
Bess, Clayton Patrick 
Bess, Gary Dale 
Biggs, James LeRoy 


Bird, William Arthur 
Bishop, Aubrey Lanier 
Bishop, Patricia Ann 
Bishop, Paul A. 

Bland, Norma Jean 
Blankenship, Thomas Stuart 
Boggs, Patsy Gray 
Booth, Erlene Frances 
Boswell, Ronald Lee 
Botkins, Carlos Paul 
Bowen, Carol Lynn 
Bowen, Loretta June 
Bowen, Theodore Payne 
Bowles, Josephine Virginia 
Bowling, Jacil Cody 
Bowman, Dreama Maxine 
Bowman, Roselle Frances 
Bowyer, Margaret Ann 
Brackens, George Thomas 
Bradbury, Marvin Linwood 
Breeden, Eleanor Louise 
Brill, Charles Thomas 
Brinkley, Donald Scott 
Brinkley, Robert Franklin 
Brisendine, Charles Edward 
Brisendine, Garland Lewis 
Brizendine, James Albert 
Brooks, Emma Frances 
Brooks, Katherine Lucille 
Brown, Earl Lee 
Brown, Katherine Jean 
Brubaker, Gerald Keith 
Brungart, Nancy Williams 
Bryan, Carolyn Yvonne 
Bryan, Lois Ellen 
Burch, John Berkley 
Burchette, James Wesley 
Burks, Gerald Darwyn 
Burley, Frances Carol 
Burley, Norma Henry 
Burns, Ann Virginia 
Burns, Louie Waldo 
Burwell, Eleanor Spotswood 
Bussard, Jack Halloway 
Bussard, Toby Edison 
Bush, Barbara Sue 
Bush, Robert Berkley 
Bush, Shirley Ann 
Bush, Virginia Mable 
Byer, Albert Leon, Jr. 

Byer, Jean Marie 
Byer, John Duane 
Byers, Peter Payne 

Cadd, Berkley Ellwood 
Caddy, Ann Virginia 


Cahoon, John Lee 
Callahan, Muriel Maxine 
Campbell, Betty Ann 
Campbell, Gene Herbert 
Campbell, James Edward 
Campbell, June Marian 
Campbell, Robert Roscoe, Jr. 
Campbell, Ronnie Berkley 
Campbell, Virginia Marie 
Camper, David Lewis 
Carpenter, Eloyd Thomas 
Carper, Shelby Jean 
Carson, Carol Dabney 
Carter, Donald Eugene 
Carter, Judith Ann 
Carter, Nancy Vonda 
Cash, Patricia Ann 
Chapman, James Ray 
Chapman, Shirley Nell 
Childs, Sara Margaret 
Church, Betty Jean 
Clark, Caroll Wilson 
Clark, Will Abner 
Clarke, Betty Jane 
Clement, Charlotte Kyle 
Clements, Gloria Dawn 
Cobb, Patricia Louise 
Coffey, Alice Lee 
Coffey, Ruby Illeene 
Coffman, Elizabeth Ann 
Coiner, Elizabeth Ruth 
Coiner, Ronald Marion 
Collins, Billy Joe 
Collins, Frances Elene 
Collins, Susan Hundley 
Colyer, Ewell Carlyle 
Cook, Ann Black 
Cook, Clara Oliva 
Cook, Courtney Wayne 
Cook, Emmajean Maretta 
Cook, Robert Delano 
Corbin, James Bright 
Corbin, Wesley Rowe 
Cottrell, Emmett Bertrand 
Coxe, Keren Lee 
Craft, Allen Blair 
Craft Alma Ruth 
Craft, Bobby Eugene 
Craft, Randall Maynard 
Crawford, Charles Denver 
Crawford, Elsie Pauline 
Crawford, James Leonard 
Crawford, Martha Jane 
Crawford, Walter Owen 
Critzer, Edward Carylyle 
Crookshanks, Eula Delores 


150 


Crowder, Reba Marie 
Crowder, Reva Marlene 
Crowder, Robbie Mae 
Crowder, Shelby Jean 
Curfman, Katherine Van Lear 

Dame, Donald Eugene 
Dame, June Justice 
Dame, Stanley Milan 
Daugherty, Lelia Ann 
Davidson, Betty Otey 
Davis, Mary Deanna 
Deacon, Franklin Edward 
Deacon, Roy Reid, Jr. 

Deane, Regena Christene 
Deaton, Nancy Lee 
Deffinbaugh, Laura Ellis 
Deffinbaugh, Peggy Joyce 
DeHart, Janice Rae 
DeHart, Leon Alden 
Devers, Clara Patricia 
Dickson, Linda Mae 
Dilley, Delores Myrna 
Dillon, Cornelius Warded 
Dillon, James Michael 
Downer, John Coghill, III 
Downer, Ronald Evans 
Dressier, Barbara Ann 
Dressier, Betty Jean 
Dressier, Ethel Lee 
Dressier, Loretta June 
Dressier, Paul Kenneth 
Ellinger, Reba Raenell 
Entsminger, June Marie 
Ergenbright, Carl Edward 
Ervin, Nancy Lee 
Ervine, Randolph DuWayne 
Eubank, Jacqueline Carol 
Everhardt, June Rosalyn 

Fadeley, Lee Franklin 
Faison, Hendrix Cleveland 
Farmer, Sybil Jean 
Felty, James Robert 
Felty, Phyllis Andrews 
Ferris, Ryland Daniel 
Firebaugh, Freddie Jerome 
Fisher, Emma Jean 
Fitzgerald, Beatrice Joy 
Fitzgerald, John Henry 
Fix, William Henry 
Fleshman, Lena Sharon 
Fleshman, Melvin Menford, Jr. 
Fleming, Marjorie Lee 
Flint, James Gilman 
Forbes, Dreama Arbutus 
Forbes, James Allen 
Fortune, Ruth Naomi 
Foster, John Fielding, Jr. 
Fountaine, David Arthur 
Freasier, Delores Ann 
Freasier, Roland Barney 
Fridley, Charles Edward 
Fridley, Jerry Wayne 


Fridley, Joanne Elizabeth 
Fridley, Nancy Jane 
Friel, Dan Auburn 
Friel, Glen Preston 
Frye, Carey Frances 
Frye, James Edward 
Fudge, Charlotte Ann 

Gabbert, Joyce Marie 
Garrett, Leota Mae 
Gates, Charles Gilbert 
Gates, Nancy Sue 
Gibbs, Dennis Howard 
Gibson, Elsie Lee 
Gibson, James Robert 
Gibson, Richard Daniel 
Gibson, Wilma Margaret 
Gilbert, Harry Langburn 
Glover, Dayton Ronald 
Glover, James Donald 
Gooch, Noreita Ann 
Gordan, Jen Catherine 
Grady, Margaret Rebecca 
Grady, Robert Floyd 
Grant, Archie Lee 
Gray, Eugene Delbert 
Gray, Mary Lou 
Greer, Donald Fredrick 
Grogan, Hugh Joseph 
Groves, Betty Jean 
Groves, Charles David 
Groves, Dennis Lanier 
Gurd, Patricia Gail 
Guth, James Earl 
Guth, Lillian Almond 

Hambric, Donald Lee 
Hamm, Ray James 
Hammond, Rebecca Deyerle 
Hanks, Donald Joel 
Harding, Gleda Marie 
Hardy, Jack Elbert 
Hardy, John Milton 
Hardy, Renna Tuxworth 
Hardy, Shirley Ann 
Harmon, Virgil Jackson, Jr. 
Harrington, John Lawrence 
Harrington, Patricia Anne 
Harris, Robert Deaver 
Hartbarger, John Henry 
Hastings, Radford Carl, Jr. 
Hatcher, Freda Reid 
Hatcher, Gertrude Thompson 
Hatcher, Willis Eugene 
Haynes, James Monroe 
Haynes, Marie Wyatt 
Haynes, Robert Coe 
Hayslett, Anetta Faye 
Hayslett, Barbara Ann 
Hayslett, Harriet Malissa 
Hayslett, Russell Aubrey 
Hawkins, James Delma 
Hedge, Betty Frances 
Henderson, Donald Elton 


Henderson, Patricia Ann 
Henderson, Sue Ellen 
Hepler, George Roscoe 
Hepler, Wilma Aelese 
Hevener, Philip Wayne 
Hicks, Rex Edward 
Higgens, Odie Grant 
Higgins, Eugene Harold 
Hiler, Joyce Marie 
Hiler, Murriel Eugene 
Hilton, Norman Edgar 
Hippert, Betty Jean 
Hippert, Frederick Vetro 
Hite, Gilman Manley 
Hite, Nettie Margaret 
Hite, Pegalyn Gray 
Hite, Virginia Ann 
Hodges, Gary Curd 
Hodges, Ray Winfred 
Hoff, Carolyn Lee 
Hubbard, Shelvajean Carol 
Hudlow, Marcia Sue 
Hudnall, Bertrand Ryland 
Humbert, Calvert H. 
Humphreys, William Milton 
Humphries, Allen Cecil 
Humphries, Estus Cleveland, Jr. 
Humphries, Iram Ray 
Humphries, Mable Rosetta 
Humphries, Mack Edward 
Humphries, Mary Ann 
Humphries, Phyllis Jean 
Humphries, Rebecca Bearnice 
Humphries, Tony Lewis 
Hunter, James Allen 
Hylton, David Calvin 
Hylton, Sebird Windfield 

Iseley, Charles William 

Jack, Jo Ann 
Jackson, Deloris Ann 
Jackson, Dolly Ann 
Jackson, Lorean Dare 
James, Ralph Harrison 
Jamison, Mary Carolyn 
Jamison, Murray Brillhart 
Jamison, Thelma Marie 
Johnson, Charlotte McClure 
Johnson, Frederick Floyd 
Johnson, Margaret Louise 
Johnston, Arthur Barnard 
Johnston, Robert Lee, Jr. 

Jones, Ernest Hubert 
Jones, John Paul 
Jones, Peggy Joyce 
Jones, Phyllis Jean 
Jordan, Ruth Lillian 

Kale, Shirley 
Kandris, Tom Gus 
Keesee, Stuart Lee 
Keith, Margaret Florence 
Keller, Nancy Carroll 


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Kelley, Louise Marie 
Kemper, Betty Louise 
Kern, Harry Gillman 
Kersey, Loretta May 
Keyset, Betty Lou 
Keyset, Elmer Norman, Jr. 
Keyset, Robert Donald 
Kimberlin, Thomas Jesse 
King, Alice Marie 
King, Carol Catherine 
King, Donald Edward 
King, Dreama Dale 
King, James Henry, Jr. 

King, Nancy Jane 
King, Raeburn Janice 
King, William Frazier 
Kirhy, Catrel Ann 
Knick, Patsy Ann 
Knick, Paul Burton 
Knick, Thornton Henry 
Knick, Walter A. 

Kounse, Elizabeth Lee 
Kraus, Arthur Lee 

Lacks, Peggy Lee 
Lair, Bettie Sue 
Lam, Linda Jackson 
Lambert, Evelyene Frances 
Landis, Edward Lee 
Landis, Rosalie Lovelle 
Lanum, Dennis Larry 
Lanum, Cerald Eugene 
Laudermilk, Rogers Staton 
Lawhorne, Mildred Elizabeth 
Lawson, Robert Irwine 
Lee, Shirley Ann 
Leffel, Joyce Anne 
Leighton, Thomas Lenwood 
Leitch, Betty Lynn 
Leitch, Powell Murry 
Lemon, Archie Ward 
Lemon, Cecil Wayne 
Lemon, Patsy Lee 
Leonard, Daniel Thornton 
Lewis, Constance Delores 
Lewis, James Edward 
Lewis, Rebecca Ethel 
Lewis, Wanda Maye 
Lewis, William Alexander 
Lindfors, Theodore Berfoot 
Lindsey, Forrest Wayne 
Linkenhoker, Eddie Carl 
Linkenhoker, James Edward 
Linkenhoker, Richard Bertrand 
Linkenhoker, Shirley Ann 
Lockhart, Nancy Carol 
Logston, John William 
Looney, Betty Jo 
Loudermilk, Barbara Ann 
Love, Terrence 
Luchard, Mary Darlene 
Lugar, Barbara Jean 

Mahaney, Priscilla Jane 


Mahaney, Ronald Lewis 

Mann, Bobby Lee 

Mann, Norma Maxine 

Martin, Claudine Frances 

Martin, Darell Ethen 

Martin, Donald Edward 

Martin, Donna Lee 

Martin, Nellie Jane 

Martin, Vera Catherine 

Matney, Robert Dale 

May, Basil Tarrence 

May, Maxine Belle 

May, Ralph Eugne 

Mayo, Donald Lee 

Mays, Joyce Lee 

Mays, Ray Preston 

Mays, Raymond Berkley 

McAllister, Nancy Lee 

McCauley, Archie Lee 

McCauley, Frances Marguerette 

McCormick, Catherine Anne 

McDonald, Laura Jean 

McFadden, Edward Franklin 

McFadden, Shirley Ann 

McCuire, Shirley Ann 

McKnight, Martin Ardian 

McKnight, Mary Kay 

McMillion, Claude Ashton 

McMullen, Donald Alexander 

McMullen, Franklin Delano 

Meeks, Benjamin Cameron 

Meeks, Shelby Jean 

Mcfford, William Tinsley 

Miller, Cerald Ryland 

Miller, Jean Ann 

Miller, Mary Sue 

Miller, Nancy Jaqueline 

Miller, Robert Euegene 

Miller, Shirley Ann 

Milton, Ralph 

Miley, Sarah Ann 

Miller, Betty Roberts 

Mize, Norma Jean 

Moats, Barbara Lou 

Montgomery, Betty Jean 

Montgomery, Janette Cray 

Montgomery, Patricia Ann 

Montgomery, Randolph Owen, Jr. 

Moore, Barbara Ellen 

Moore, Judy 

Moran, Clcnn Edward 

Morgan, Charles Laymon 

Mottern, Mildred Mariam 

Mountcastle, Russell Carey 

Munsey, Melvin Eugene 

Myers, Shirley Louise 

Nace, Shirley Frances 
Nahouse, Lester Rickey 
Nahou''e, Richard Craham 
Nance, Annalee Margaret 
Nelson, James Joseph 
Newcomb, Percy Kline, Jr. 
Nicely, Paul Jackson 


Nicely, Ruby Ellen 
Nickell, Alice Vivian 
Nicol, Charles Aston 
Noel, Bertha Jeanette 
Noel, Jackie Eugene 
Null, Sue Ellen 

Obenchain, Percy McCorkle, J 
O’Conner, Dewey Holeston, Jr 
O’Conner, Juanita Darlene 
O’Dell, Patsy Carrol 
Ogden, Carole Joyce 
Oliver, James Thomas 
Orndorff, Agnes Louise 
Otto, Adelaide 
Otto, Eleanor Marie 

Paitsel, Claude Elmer, Jr. 
Parker, Lloyd Lewis 
Paxton, Barbara Jane 
Paxton, James Berkley 
Paxton, Linwood Andrew 
Paxton, Wanda Cecile 
Pearman, Paul Lincoln, Jr. 
Pence, Charlene Elizabeth 
Perdue, Cary Milburn 
Perdue, Wayne Bartley 
Persinger, Betty Lou 
Persinger, Cecil Douglas 
Persinger, Edith Crey 
Persinger, Harry Allen 
Persinger, James Hallen 
Persinger, Mary Jane 
Persinger, Sara Lu 
Peterson, Penelope Joyce 
Phillips, Eugene Orland 
Phillips, Helen Frances 
Pierce, Joyce Marilyn 
Plott, Bobby Lee 
Plott, Jack Wayne 
Powell, Martha Virginia 
Pritt, Martha Jane 
Pullen, Margaret Elizabeth 
Pullin Jesse Edward 
Putnam, Charles Lester 
Putnam, Ruth Jo 

Raikes, Margaret Louise 
Reynolds, William Eugene 
Reyns, Irene Nance 
Reyns, Jackie Calvin 
Rhodes, Cene Patrick 
Rhodes, Joyce Lee 
Rhodes, Uva Marie 
Rice, Emmett Beirne 
Rice, Junaita Cay 
Rice, Wilton 
Ralsten, Margaret Ellen 
Ramsey, William Clyde 
Reavis, Peter Augustus, Jr. 
Reed, Mildred Cornelia 
Reid, John Slyvester 
Reynolds, Eldridge B. 
Reynolds, Franklin, Minton 
Reynolds, Joyce Ann 


Richardson, Linwood Charles 
Richardson, William James 
Riddelberger, Donald Ray 
Riddleberger, Patricia Joan 
Rigsby, Mary Jo 
Riley, Donald Lee 
Riley, William Joseph 
Ritsch, Fredrick Field, Jr. 
Ritsch, Harry Miller 
Roberts, Barbara Grey 
Roberts, Wanda Jean 
Rock, Robert Jones 
Rogers, Albert Lee 
Rogers, Charles Lane 
Rogers, Joyce Ann 
Rogers, Phyllis Marie 
Rogers, Shirley Ann 
Rogers, Sylvia Jean 
Rohr, Charles Arthur 
Rose, Beverly Jean 
Rose, John Robert 
Rose, Phyllis Ann 
Rose, Samuel Wesley 
Rosenthal, Carlisle Lam 
Rothwell, Murrell Eugene 
Rucker, Noah Warren 
Rudd, Pansy Lee 

St. Clair, Robert Lewis 
Sampson, Betty Lou 
Sampson, Ruby Dare 
Sampson, Violet Louise 
Saunders, Joseph Boyd 
Schneider, James Nicholas 
Schooler, Garsilda Mae 
Schuder, Richard Daniel, Jr. 
Schumaker, Shelby Jean 
Scott, Linda Carol 
Seal, Roy Lee 
Seay, Bertrand Raymond 
Seay, Betty Joyce 
Seay, Mary Eloise 
Sellers, Janice Marie 
Sharp, Hall Harp er 
Shawver, Benny 
Shawver, Dreama Jordan 
Shears Norma Louise 
Sheppard, Shirley Mae 
Shippard, Sylvia Jean 
Shif^ett, Robert Steele 
Shiflett, Betty Jean 
Shue, Ronald Wilson 
Sibold, Juanita Sue 
Sibold, Robert Lee 
Signorella, Judy Lynne 
Simmons, Ann Rachel 
Simmons, Betty Lou 
Simmons, George Junior 
Simmons, James Morgan 
Sites, Barbara Jean 
Sites, Guy Edward 
Sizemore, Elwood Lee 
Sizemore, Norma 
Sluss, Anita Paige 
Sluss, Mary Elizabeth 
Smith, Barbara Hutton 


Smith, Carol Marena 
Smith, Carole Alita 
Smith, Constance Roberta 
Smith, Erances Lou 
Smith, Garland Gene 
Smith, Jack Wallace 
Smith, John William, Jr. 
Smith, Louise Annabelle 
Smith, Margaret Marlene 
Smith, Muriel L. 

Smith, Nancy Carol 
Smith, Romie Edward 
Smith, Shirley Rosemary 
Smith, Velma Lee 
Smith, Virginia Ellen 
Smith, Zelma Carol 
Snead, Patricia Mac 
Snead, Thomas Edward 
Snead, Virginia Lee 
Snead, William Howard 
Snyder, Betty Lou 
Southers, Terry Eugene 
Spicer, Frances Evelyn 
Spicer, Warren Berkley 
Sprouse, James Edward 
Stalcup, Helen Marie 
Stalcup, Tommy Reid 
Stalnaker, Etha Marie 
Staton, Larry Addison 
Steele, Robert Luther 
Stinnette, Barbara Maria 
Stokey, Frederick James 
Stone, Harriet Holmes 
Stuart, Barbara Lee 
Sutphin, Bertha Joyce 
Sutphin, Nancy Lee 
Swain, Ernest 
Swartz, Carol Sue 
Swihart, Donald L.ewis 

Tackett, Elorence 
Taylor, Larry Arnold 
Terry, Elizabeth Anne 
Thacker, Leola Virginia 
Thomas, Ruby Ann 
Thompson, Donna Lee 
Thompson, Naoma Pauline 
Thompson, Shelby Jean 

Tingler, Donald Woodrow 
Tingler, Phillip Eugene 
Tobin, Robert Jackson 
Thimpey, Bertha Ann 
Tucker, Betty Reese 
Tucker, Bobbie Joe 
Tucker, Gordon Edward 
Tucker, Jean Dare 
Tucker, Wilbur Leonard 
Tyree, Deloris Ann 
Tyree, Richard Glendon 
Tyson, Cheri Lee 

Van Devender, Bessie Ann 
Van Lear, Mollie Jo 
Varner, Doris Marie 


Vail, Robert Randolph 
Vess, Evelyn Joan 
Vess, Linda Ann 

Wade, Henry James 
Wade, Richard Allen 
Wade, William Harold 
Wallace, Anna Seward 
Waller, Shirley Turner 
Walters, Martha Louise 
Walthall, Iris June 
Walthall, Ralph Lawrence 
Walton, Billy Gene 
Walton, Patricia Ann 
Ward, Marion Wallace 
Warlitner, Arnold Louis 
Warlitner, Frank Edward 
Warlitner, Thomas Daniel 
Warwick, Norma Lorene 
Watts, Eloise Mae 
Watts, Gary Burdette 
Watts, John Rocke 
Watts, William Lee 
Weade, Malcolm Estil 
Weaver, Celia Ann 
Webb, Grace Irelenc 
Weikle, Joyce Marie 
Weikle, Harold Dean 
WelcK Neola Jean 
Wells, Frances Cornene 
Weese, Annie Louisa 
West, Frances 
Whitman, John Edward 
Whitmer, Larry Allen 
Wickham, Ethel Carolyn 
Wilhelm, Ronald Lee 
Welhelm, Samuel James 
Williams, Barbara Ann 
Williams, Fred Wade 
Williams, Mary Lee 
Williams, Robert Eugene 
Wilmer, James Porter 
Wilmer, Mary Jo 
Wilson, Wyatt 
Winn, Thomas Meredith 
Wiseman, Robert Edward 
Wolfe, Charlotte Mae 
Wolfe, Janet Marie 
Wolfe, Lacy Day 
Wolfe, Lenora Gertrude 
Womack, Clarence Pete 
Wood, George Hilton 
Wood son, James Sandburne 
Woodson, Minnie Jean 
Worley, Calvin Roy 
Worley, Nancy Carrol 
Worsham, Martha Kaye 
Wright, Betty Elizabeth 
Wright, Charles Arthur 
Wyatt, Marjorie Sue 

Young, Donald Lynn 
Young, Helen Jean 
Young, James Lee 
Young, Murray Woodrow, Jr. 


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