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Shadows 


Shadows 


Shadows 


Shadows 


Shadows 


Shadows 


Shadows 


cast along the halls — 

Bringing to mind the friendly faces, laughter of 
happy students, slam of locker doors, running 
feet of students late to class, gay posters. 

cast across the classroom— 

Bringing to mind the long hours of industrious 
study, helpful teachers, lively discussions, 
challenging exams, pleasure of doing a job well. 
All these things enrich the alert minds of youth. 

cast along the auditorium— 

Bringing to mind concerts, assemblies, 

plays the students worked so hard to 

produce and present, class and S.C.A. meetings. 

cast across the football field, basketball 
court, baseball diamond, hockey field — 

Bringing to mind the pride we have in our teams, 
the tenseness of a tight game, the joy of winning, 
the disappointment of defeat. 

cast along the cafeteria— 

Bringing to mind the mad rush to 
the lunch line, the fun during 
recreation nights, and the most special event— 
the Senior Prom. 

cast along the library— 

Bringing to mind the wealth of 
knowledge contained there, 
the quietness of study, fines for 
overdue books, the trojan horse. 

cast deep in the memories of our minds 
needing only a reminder to bring these shadows 
into light and life. 



THE 1962 WARWICK 

Editor-in-Chief Gay Smith 

Copy Editor Cary Flowers 

Picture Editor Pat Davis 

Business Manager __ Lynn Davidson 

Advertising Manager Diane Abbott 

Faculty Advisor Miss Shirley Mason 


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Foreword 

When you see a shadow cast, do your thoughts turn to 
the object which casts it? When you see the shadows cast by 
previous classes, do you think of the students who added to 
these shadows: the murals painted on the walls . . . the ideas 
contributed in student government . . . the trophies won by stu- 
dents competing for Warwick ... art exhibits . . . the honor 
roll . . . the reputation of Warwick. 

As students, we are contributing to these memories; we are 
casting our own shadows. 




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Contents 











A. 

^ fry \ , B 


Administration 

and Faculty 14 


Classes 


26 


Activities 


88 


Sports 


112 


Features 


132 


Advertisements 


152 


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MRS. JOSEPHINE Q. MUIRE 


Dedication 


Patience, understanding, and a genuine interest in others have made her one 
of the outstanding teachers at Warwick High. Her desire to give and receive 
knowledge has been expressed through the endless hours which she has devoted 
to the students. 

Her fine qualities as a teacher, leader, and counselor have afforded her 
the respect of all who know and meet her; through her years of teaching, she has 
gained admiration of teachers as well as students. 

Because of these assets, we the student body, dedicate the 1961-62 WARWICK 
to MRS. JOSEPHINE Q. MUIRE. 


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peace and quiet in the halls . . . 


friendly faces . . . 


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Shadows cast 




Daydreaming . . . 


satisfaction of learning . . . 


pleasure of doing a job well . . . 


long hours of industrious study . . . 


sensation of special occasions . . . 


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helpful teachers . . . 


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active athletes 


the sign of a finshed day . . . 



long, serious talks . . . 


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in the memories of our mind . . . 


angelic faces . . . 


creative students . . . 


a friendly chat in the hall . . . 


a mob of tired students . . . 


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One of the 


Administration 



Dr. R. O. Nelson, Superintendent of Newport News Public Schools. 



This past year the public school sys- 
tem for the city of Newport News was un- 
der the capable direction of Dr. R. O. Nel- 
son. Dr. Nelson and his assistants main- 
tained a school system which ran effi- 
ciently and to the advantage of both teach- 
ers and students. 

Some of the men who acted as Dr. 
Nelson's assistants in operating the public 
schools were Mr. T. Ryland Sanford, Assist- 
ant Superintendent for Business and Fi- 
nance, whose duty it was to supervise 
the payroll department and take care of 
all purchases and loans for the schools; 
Mr. S. D. Green, Assistant Superintendent 
for Maintenance and Planning, who was in 
charge of making the necessary physical 
improvements of the schools; Mr. Charles 
B. Shreeves, Assistant Superintendent for 
Curriculum and Instruction, who investi- 
gated the courses of study undertaken by 
the students; and Mr. George J. McIntosh, 
Assistant to the Superintendent, whose 
duty it was to interview teachers and other 
necessary personnel for the school system. 

There were three members of the ad- 
ministration who are more familiar to us. 
Mr. George Richards, our principal, super- 
vised the running of the school, assisted 
by Mrs. Virginia Kostyal, and Mr. William 
Formichelli. They' endeavored to carry out 
the tasks of providing a better place to 
work and study, and promoting a better 
relationship among the administration, fac- 
ulty, and students. 


Mr. George J. McIntosh, Superintendent of 
Personnel. 


Mr. S. D. Green, Superintendent of Main- 
tenance and Planning. 


Mr. T. Ryland Sanford, Jr., Superintendent Mr. C. B. Shreeves, Superintendent of 
of Business and Finance. Curriculum and Instruction. 


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To the students of Warwick High School: 

I have the solemn duty as your 
principal to administer this school in such 
a way that each of you may be guided 
into living life in its fullest sense, keep- 
ing it well balanced intellectually, socially, 
morally, and spiritually. Offering you the 
mental and physical tools with which to 
build sound bodies and minds is the aim 
of this school. 

Words are but vehicles for ideas and 
when they are forgotten, the ideals which 
they carried are often in the hearts of 
hearers. The part that Warwick High 
School has played in shaping your lives 
is evidenced by the attitudes you exhibit. 

Through the principles and ideals 
given to you by education, realize the 
tasks before you; and with the help of 
God, go on to meet those tasks. Go as 
shining examples of what an American 
education really means. 

George G. Richards, Jr. 



Mr. Richards, Principal of Warwick High School. 



Mr. Richards and Mrs. Kostyal review the 
agenda for the day. 


Mrs. Kostyal is the new Assistant Principal 
and Dean of Girls at Warwick. 


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at Warwick 



The Office Staff. BACK ROW, from left: Mrs. DeWees, Mrs. Hamlett, Mrs. Lundeen, and Mrs. 
Pursifull. FRONT ROW, from left: Mrs. Southern and Mrs. Leviner. 



Office Staff 

The office staff, composed of Mrs. Lucille 
Leviner, Mrs. Polly Pursiful, Mrs. Catherine De- 
wees, Mrs. Alice Lundeen, and Mrs. Ilia Hamlett, 
is an essential group to our school. They can be 
found in the office between the hours of 8:30 
and 5:00, carrying out their numerous duties of 
typing, mimeographing, making appointments, 
compiling statistics for state reports, checking ab- 
sentees, completing transcripts, and working to 
keep the twenty-two hundred students on 
schedule. 



Office Assistants. From left: Nancy Burcher, Betty Smith, 

Carlie Hall, Patti Harmon, Betty Eastman, and Pat Campbell. 



Guidance Assistants. From left: Jo Helen Adams, Carol Lips- 
comb, Robert Jenkins, Carolyn Yates, Carolyn Wiggington, and 
Nancy Gregory. 

Guidance Department 

The duties of the Guidance Department, di- 
rected by Miss Jean Atkinson, were many and 
varied. Counselors were always ready to answer 
student questions concerning high school credits, 
colleges, scholarships, and job opportunities. 

The department supervised registration of 
new students, standardized testing programs, and 
the College Entrance Examination Board tests. One 
of the largest accomplishments was sponsoring 
College Day to aid students in preparing for 
their futures. 



The Guidance Staff. From left: Miss Atkinson, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Muire, Miss Mason, Mr. Fleet. 


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F orei gn Language 


is our faculty. 



Mrs. Adelaide Carson Mrs. Ruth Curtis Miss Waverly Hundley Mrs. Frances Oliver 




Mr. Robert A. Brushwood Mr. Barclay Sheaks Mr. Thomas B. Waters 


Music 




Mr. Brushwood prepares for a class 
of sculpturing. 



Music classes learn fundamentals. 


Mr. Lyle Smith 


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Their patience 

English 


Miss Judy Abbott Mrs. Helen Baker Miss Lois Callahan Mrs. Mary Cofer Miss Anita K. Dickerson Miss Martha A. Dvorak 



Miss Nancy Eppling Mrs. Virginia Fleet Mr. J. Vaughan Gary, Jr. Miss Ann S. Griffith Miss Gloria Holland Mrs. Mary Naughton 



Mrs. Simmons emphasizes the importance of correct 
grammar usage. 



Mrs. Hannah Neugaard Mrs. Dorothy Quenberry Mrs. Fay Rector Mrs. Carolyn Sanders 


Mrs. Carolyn D. Simmons 


Mrs. Blanche S. Taylor 


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and understanding 


Library 



The class concentrates on an especially hard problem. 



Mr. James K. Alvis Col. Edwin P. Archibald Mrs. Daisy D. Bright Mr. Bobby D. Conway Miss Jacqueline Feeman 



Mrs. Ruby Hazelwood Miss Greta Jewell Mrs. Janice Mahone Miss Myrna Jean Smith Mrs. June Tackett 


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while giving instruction 

Science 



Mr. Warren F. Chauncey Mrs. Jeanette Davis Mrs. Susan Isner Mrs. Selma S. Jones Mrs. Dorothy Oglesby 



Science students listen to a classmate's report on a six 
weeks' project. 


Miss Theophilos lectures to her Biology class on plant phylums. 


Mrs. Gayle Rayfield Mr. Sidney Robertson Col. Edward C. Snead 


An experiment concerning metals is set up in Mrs. Oglesby's Chemistry 
class. 


Miss Helen Theophilos Miss June Zongker 


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Social Studies 


will be remembered 



Mrs. Peggy Biggins Mrs. Marcia Conway Miss Beverley Draucker Miss Jane Garrett Mrs. Ruby Gentry 



Mrs. Miriam S. Hamilton Mrs. Nancy Helms Mrs. Janet Kessler > Miss Moselle Matney Mr. Vincent B. Oglesby 



Students read over the Declaration of Independence. 



Mrs. Biggin's Government class discusses the State Department. 



Mr. Guy H. Quesenberry Mrs. Ann R. Smola Mr. Richard Wingfield 


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as two of their 



Mrs. Grace G. Burcher Mrs. Minnie C. Burger Mrs. Addie Dodd Mr. Robert E. Hasinger Mrs. Kathryn Thomas Mrs. Geraldine Thompson 


Business 



Shorthand class takes dictation. 


Distributive 

Education 



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Mrs. Martha Wingfield 



Home 

Economies 


Plans are in the making for a 
new suit. 


Miss DeLaura Albertson Mrs. Effie Hoyle 


Special 


Education 


Mr. Joshua Foyles 


Remedial 
Reading 



Mrs. Rosa Mosteller 




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outstanding qualities 


Physical 

Education 


Miss Barbara Cooley Mr. Romie Hamilton Mr. James Hubbard Miss Roena D. McJunkin Miss Mary L. Royall 





Physical fitness is the goal worked for in these classes! 


Miss Shirley Stewart Mr. Wilbur Thompson 



Mr. George W. Byers Mr. Franklin G. Hardison Mr. Albert Pinkham Mr. Edward Thomas 



Industrial 

Arts 



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Classes 









Senior Class Officers. From left: Betsy McIntosh, parliamentarian; Ronnie Gates, president; Babs Dunaway, 
secretary; Beryl Slayton, treasurer; Buddy Kays, vice-president; Kay Ramsay, reporter. 


Senior Class 


When the members of the class of 1962 arrived at 
school in September, after many years of working and 
waiting, hardships and happiness, they had finally be- 
come seniors. Behind them were many happy memories 
of their three years together at Warwick High School. 

As sophomores they battled the maze of halls and 
the endless stream of strange faces. These soon became 
familiar to them; and as they enthusiastically joined com- 
mittees, participated in sports, and elected officers, they 
had become a part of Warwick High. 

By the time they became juniors, the class was well 
represented in all school groups and organizations. The 
highlight of the year was the arrival of their class rings, 
which they proudly showed to everyone. These were con- 
stant reminders that they would soon be seniors. The 
year was climaxed by the prom. They worked hard, 
planning and preparing it, in order to give the seniors 


the best one ever. 

With the full realization that these students were 
seniors came the realization of the responsibilities and 
hard work waiting for them during the year. Besides 
setting examples, and keeping their grades above average, 
they had caps, gowns, and invitations to order, college 
applications to fill out, an assembly to present, and foot- 
ball, basketball, and baseball games as well as track 
meets, to help win. 

All was not work, however— they used their senior 
privileges as much as possible and everyone enjoyed 
an eventful Senior Day. The seniors also had the excite- 
ment and fun of attending the prom. Then came Com- 
mencement night. As they left with diplomas in hand, 
they realized sadly that their wonderful high school days 
were over; but they faced the future with high hopes, 
confidence, and determination. 


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Carla Diane 
Abbott 
Bill William 
Ackiss 

Jo Helen Adams 
Sarah Lu Adams 


Sally Jeanette 
Albertson 
Richard Thomas 
Allison 

Lucy Anne Alvis 
Pamela Sheila 
Anderson 


proved to be 


Wayne 
Talmadge 
Anderson 
Edwin Lewis 
Andrews 
Elsie Carol 
Andrews 
John Henry 
Andrews 


Karen Lee 
Atkinson 
Diane Austin 
Carolyn Davis 
Ayers 

Richard Duncan 
Bahr 



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James Edward 
Ball 

Paulette 

Elizabeth 

Banks 

Margaret Lee 
Barclay 
Eddie Ray 
Barefoot 


Charles Freeman 
Barnett 

Charles Gilbert 
Bauman 
Alex Bowman 
Baxter 
Gary Ronald 
Beasly 



a new adventure 




Kathy Kent 
Billington 
Barbara Black 
Samuel Black 
Cheryl Lee Blake 


Sarah James 
Blanchard 
Robert Edward 
Bloxom 
Hannah Marie 
Booth 

Nancy Hastings 
Borders 


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Louis John Bott 
Carolyn Marie 
Bowen 

Needham Bruce 
Boyette 
Dorita Eloise 
Brady 


Donna Gayle 
Branch 

Judith Patchell 
Branch 

Walter Wallace 
Branch 
Virginia Kay 
Branscomb 



and an exciting experience. 


Helen Longacre 
Brant 

Linda Carole 
Braschear 
Patrica Dawn 
Brickley 
Carolyn Fay 
Bridgers 


Betty Jane 
Brodie 

Kay Lynn Brooks 
Carolyn Loretta 
Brown 

Robert Ronald 
Brown 



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Patricia Ann 
Buckner 
Shirley Rae 
Bunch 

William Ferrell 
Burch III 
Betty Jo Burcher 


Nancy Marie 
Burcher 
Blanca Maria 
Burgada 
Becky Sue 
Burgess 
Donald Keith 
Butler 



Committees began working 




Douglas Butler 
William Henry 
Byrn, Jr. 
Gayle Van 
Caffee 
Lena Caroll 
Camden 


David Grayland 
Campbell 
Patricia Ann 
Campbell 
Vernon Ray 
Campbell 
Kay Frances 
Cannon 


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Kathleen Tinsley 
Cannon 
Paulette Eloise 
Capozzi 
Linda Faye 
Capps 

Arthur Erikson 
Capstaff, Jr. 


Rose Ann 
Cardamone 
Pamala Carol 
Cridlin 
Jack Harlin 
Carpenter 
Peter Hamilton 
Carpenter 



to select a song, 


Beverly Ann 
Carr 

Stella Mae 
Carrithers 
James Steve 
Carter 
Evelyn Lee 
Casey 


Dorothy Jane 
Cecil 

John Chappell 
Richard Dennis 
Chasteen 
Linda Darlene 
Clark 



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Theodora Jean 
Clayman 
Douglas Harrison 
Clemmons 
Colon Gerald 
Clendenin 
Ronald Young 
Clough 


Billy Abram 
Colbert 
Thomas Edgar 
Coleman 
Sharon Lynne 
Connor 
Ellen Elizabeth 
Connors 



motto, and flower 




Dorothy Lee 
Cook 

Frances Elaine 
Cook 
Edward 
Lawrance 
Correll 
James Estell 
Cottrell 


James Henry 
Cowardin 
Tommie Edward 
Cox 

Lynda Louise 
Cozart 

Gwendolyn Sue 
Craft 


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Richard 

Alexander 

Cratch 

Clarence Creech 
Howard Ray 
Crews 

Joey Anthony 
Culotta 


William G. 

Cullinton 
Frost Herndon 
Cunningham 
Leo Wayne 
Curry 

Luther Elton 
Damron 



for the class of ' 62 . 


Willis Edwin 
Darden, Jr. 
Carles Lynn 
Davidson 
Ann Louise 
Davis 

Patricia Carroll 
Davis 


Imogene Opal 
Day 

Mary Susan 
DeAlba 

Douglas Eugene 
Deckard 
Alva Lee 
Dedmone 



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Robert Brayton 
Derby 

Nancy Carol 
Diamond 
Richard Boyd 
Dickerson 
Joan Annette 
Dixon 


Morris Douglas 
Dobson 

Nancy Elizabeth 
Dobson 

George Stephen 
Dodson 
James Guy 
Douglas 



Our class meetings 




Jane Irving 
Druen 

Barbara Jean 
Dunaway 
Louise Copeland 
Dyke 

Rosalie Ellen 
Eames 


Evelyn Elizabeth 
Eastman 
Barbara Lee 
Eddy 

Greg Elton 
Edgerton 
Betsy Lou Edison 


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George Clinton 
Edwards 
Melvin Ray 
Edwards 
Thomas Franklin 
Emanuel 
Beverly Zane 
Ensely 


Betty Divers 
Farmer 

Judith Marshall 
Farmer 
Reba Lenora 
Faubian 
Michael Merle 
Fehl 



proved rewarding. 


Nancy Davis 
Fiege 

Judi Smith Fields 
Joan Phyliss 
Finch 

Mary Lou Finch 


Sandra Lee 
Fitzgerald 
Delores Ann 
Fleming 

Sanford London 
Fleming 

William Charlton 
Fletcher 



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Cary Lynne 
Flowers 
Martha 
Catherine 
Folsom 

Diane A. Forsyth 
Linda Ruth 
Foster 


Cleveland Derric 
Fountain 
Michael Clinton 
Foushee 
Elinor Louise 
Furman 
Guy Franklin 
Futrell 



Invitations were ordered 




Paulette Faye 
Gallimore 
Larry Jones 
Gammon 
Betty Fay 
Garrett 
Clyde Richard 
Garrett 


Gayle Yvonne 
Gates 

Ronald Monroe 
Gates 
Margaret 
Douthat 
Gauley 
Glenn Earnest 
Giles 


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Stephen 

Fitzhugh 

Gill 

Kenneth Allen 
Gilliam 
Stuart Gilman 
Nancy Clee 
Girton 


Elaine Silvent 
Gompers 
Penny Good 
Sally Roberta 
Goodwin 
Eugenia Graham 



for the graduation ceremony. 


Marcia Wade 
Granger 
Judy Virginia 
Grant 

Mary Jacqueline 
Gravenor 
Thomas Wayne 
Gray 


Herbert Roberts 
Green 

Joann Lee Green 
Nancy Joy 
Gregory 
Wilfred 
Armstrong 
Gregory, Jr. 



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Sammy 
Chapman 
Grinels 
Jean Haley 
Carlie Sue Hall 
Donna Marie 
Hall 


Robert Melvin 
Hansford 
Patricia Ann 
Harman 
Judy Helen 
Harmon 
Judith Ann 
Harris 



The prom night 




Vincent 

McDonald 

Harris 

Kirby Jonathan 
Harrison 
Linda Lee 
Harvell 

Jacqueline Faye 
Harvey 


Eileen Mary 
Hashberger 
Mary Sue 
Hassell 
Betty Frances 
Hawker 
Richard Clyde 
Hayes 


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Nancy Leigh 
Hazelwood 
Sylvia Lynette 
Head 

George Lee 
Hearn 
Patsy Ann 
Hedden 


Lawrence Nolan 
Henry 
John Lester 
Hill, Jr. 

James Landis 
Histand, Jr. 
Sandra Gayle 
Hogge 



i vas one of beauty 


Charles Edward 
Holderby 
Gladys Arnold 
Holland 
John Richard 
Holmes 
Kathryn Mary 
Ruth Holmes 


Susan Anadda 
Hoover 
Sandra Louise 
Hoyle 

Diana Louise 
Hubbard 
Edward Lewis 
Hubbard 



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Beverly Jeanne 
Huckins 
Edith Mae 
Hudgins 
Edward Alton 
Hudgins 
Millicent Ann 
Hudgins 


David L. Hudson 
Karen L. Hudson 
Margaret Joyner 
Humphries 
David Lepine 
Hunt 



and ivas enjoyed 




Ronald Howard 
Hunt 

Dorothy May 
Hutton 
Karen Leigh 
Ivins 

Frances Gilbert 
Ivy 


Jerry Davis 
Jackson 

Tharon Jackson 
Brenda Carole 
Jarrell 

Stephen Andrew 
Jarrett 


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Henry Marshall 
Jefferson 
Judy Ann 
Johnson 
Margaret Ann 
Johnson 
Michael Dutro 
Johnson 


Thomas Mitchell 
Johnson 
Carolyn Jo Ann 
Jones 

Franklin Vincent 
Jones 

Marvin Wesley 
Jones 



by all who attended. 


Robert Lee Jones 
Dianne Rae Kahn 
Beth Hope 
Kanner 
John Stanley 
Kays 


Sidney Charles 
Keene 
David Lynn 
Keith 
Frederick 

Gordon Kemp 
Gordon Carl 
Keppard 



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Elizabeth 

Beverley 

Kerfoot 

Carolyn Frances 
Kersey 

Jesse Herman 
Kimrey 

Charles Milton 
King 


Rosalinde 
Gertrude 
King 
Rosalinde 
Harriet King 
Jay Henry Klose 
Lydia Jane 
Knight 



We worked hard to make 




Jeanne Marie 
Kreibohm 
Barbara Ann 
LaFlamme 
Charles Shaw 
Laird, Jr. 
David Marshall 
Lambert 


Gloria Jean 
Langley 
Lana Dawn 
Lautenschlager 
David Baldwin 
Layne 

Carolyn Dee 
LeHew 


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Stuart Layne 
Leigh 

Sharon Sue 
Lerche 

Betty Lorraine 
Lewis 

Virginia Anne 
Lindsay 


Joseph Clifford 
Lineberry, Jr. 
John Frank 
Linzinmeir 
Carol Lynn 
Lipscomb 
Gayle Lynn 
Lockhart 



our last class production, 


John L. Long 
Robert Crosby 
Long 

William Stuart 
Lottier 

Stephen Brent 
Lowe 


Rudy Luethy 
Gloria Jean 
Lumpkin 
Dave Lynch 
David Bowen 
Lytle 



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Michael Eugene 
Lytle 

Carol Sue Mabe 
Colin Macintosh 
Robert Thad 
Mackie 


Doug Walker 
Macleod 
Ann Theresa 
Macri 
William J. 
Mader 

Alfred James 
Madsen 



the Senior Assembly, 




Sallie Joanne 
Maney 
Margaret 
Cathryne 
Mann 

Sherril Nelson 
Mann 

Esther lone 
Marshall 


Warwick Garner 
Marshall 
Billy Joe Martin 
Jerry Wayne 
Mason 

Charles Vincent 
Mayer 


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Frank Aylett 
Mayo 

Bonnie Patricia 
McBride 
Jo Ann 
McConnell 
Betsy Howard 
McIntosh 


James Ralph 
McKeel 

Phyllis Pamela 
McKenzie 
Lynn Ellen 
McKerra! 
Robert Charles 
McLellan 



a remembered success. 


Terry Lee 
Meadows 
Ivan Lee Mears 
William Edward 
Meininger 
Carla Miles 
Merritt 


Albert S. Miller 
Glenn Edward 
Miller 

Patricia Ann 
Miller 
Ronald Ray 
Miller 



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Sandra Lynn 
Miller 

Gregory Larry 
Minter 
Brenda Lee 
Minton 
Edgar Vernon 
Mitchell, III 


Kathleen Diann 
Mitchell 
Vivian Elin 
Moberg 
Mary Sue 
Monfalcone 
Patricia Ann 
Mooney 



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We were given 




Diane Mary 
Mullen 
John Donald 
Mumaw 
William Maunce 
Myers 

Awilda Nauarro 


Nancy Ann 
Naughton 
Elizabeth Mae 
Neal 

Cynthia Jane 
Nevin 

Brenda Lorraine 
Newman 


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Edward Colston 
Newton 
Mark Lovel 
Nichols 

Michael Thomas 
Ogier 

Betty Carolyn 
Oliphant 


Henry Clay 
O'Pry, III 
David Lee 
Osborne 
Norman Richard 
Oswold 
Valley Lyndon 
Owens 



Charles Jeffers 
Page 

Bryan Bailey 
Palmer 

John Woodson 
Palmer 
Betty Jean 
Parker 


William 
Myrthland 
Parker 
Mary Louise 
Parks 

Charlene Mary 
Patten 

Sonja Lorrine 
Peach 



4 9 



William Arthur 
Peck 

Eileene Moore 
Pendleton 
Jane Dorothy 
Penner 

Linda Jeanette 
Pennington 


Susan Gail 
Peters 

Susan Randolph 
Phillips 

Richard Barron 
Powell 

Robert Wesley 
Powell 



and had a memorable 




Thomas Warren 
Powell 
Nancy Jean 
Prest 

Clarence Wayne 
Price 

William Jay 
Proffitt 


Marjorie Carol 
Pullen 
Nina Lucille 
Pullen 

Kay Alexander 
Ramsay 
James Edward 
Rawles 


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Eloise Ann 
Raymond 
Richard Robert 
Reeves 

Jane Norwood 
Renn 

Andra Christine 
Reynolds 


Carol Ann 
Reynolds 
Carol Evelyn 
Reynolds 
Charlotte Selden 
Reynolds 
Marvin Turner 
Rideout 



Senior Day. 


Emma Kathleen 
Rider 

Betty Jean Rilee 
Diane Lynn Riley 
David Earest 
Ripley 


John Marcus 
Ritger 
Joyce Gay 
Roach 

Sallie Elizabeth 
Robens 
Natalie Susan 
Roberts 



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Dina Ruth 
Robertson 
Brenda Alice 
Robinson 
Edna Elizabeth 
Robison 
Janis Marleen 
Rohrer 


Susan Eileen 
Romans 
George Gus 
Rose 

Dorena Marie 
Ross 

Randolph 

Rosson 



Time flew by, 




Alice Faye 
Rouse 
Jean Marie 
Rowe 

Melinda Sue 
Rowe 

Nancy Charles 
Rowe 


Lunette Gillespie 
Russell 

Leslie Marable 
Rutledge 
Carol Lee 
Sandahl 
Caroline Lee 
Sanders 


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Nancy Geraldine 
Saunders 
Paul Davis 
Saunders 
Peggy Anne 
Sawyer 
Bonnie Lynne 
Saylor 


Joyce Dee 
Scherberger 
Nicholas Bayard 
Schindel 
Jo Ann Schock 
Anne Evans 
Schubert 



and graduation drew near. 


Harry Berry 
Scoggins 
Barbara Ann 
Scott 

Lanny Arron 
Scott 

Gay Anne 
Scrimgeour 


Elizabeth Sue 
Shaw 

Rhetta Anne 
Shelton 
Ronald Lee 
Shelton 
Judith Carol 
Shenk 



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Robert Meredith 
Sherman 
Nanci Christine 
Shetenhelm 
Pamela Greene 
Slate 

Earlene Beryl 
Slayton 


Karen Lee 
Smeltzer 
Betty Iris 
Smith 

Brenda Gay 
Smith 

Charles Thomas 
Smith 



Our last weeks 




Frances Estelle 
Smith 

Gerald Eugene 
Smith 

Kathryn Shelton 
Smith 

Patricia Ann 
Smith 


Rebecca 

Gertrude 

Smith 

Sidney Smith, Jr. 
Terry Jerome 
Smith 

Verda Mae 
Smoker 


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William Jesse 
Snyder 

David Timothy 
Spangler 
Mary Foster 
Squires 
John William 
Stallings 


Judith Marie 
Starkey 
William Craig 
Starmer 
Lewis Ray 
Statzer 
Judith Mae 
Steele 


Irene Pierce 
Steiber 
Sandra Jean 
Stockman 
Phyllis Diana 
Summerfield 
James Ernest 
Sykes 


Ann Louise 
Taback 
Carolyn Lee 
Tatum 

Carl Lee Taylor 
Ernest Joe Dean 
Taylor 



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Trudy Lee Teagle 
Albert George 
Thomas 
Donald Edwin 
Thomas 
Kathleen Mary 
Thomas 


Richard Lee 
Thomas 

Richard Garnett 
Thomasson 
Sandra Kay 
Thompson 
Margaret Louise 
Thrash 



We proudly wore 




Nancy Marie 
Thurman 
Maurice Paul 
Trahan 
Philip Myers 
Traynor 
Doris McCoy 
Tucker 


Mark Leslie 
Turnage 
Edwin Victor 
Umstead 
Robert Wayne 
Utley 

Charles Warren 
Vanderslice 


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Frederick Carlyle 
Vanderslice 
Leevia Talbert 
Vaughan 
Phyllis Anne 
Verell 

John James 
Verser, III 


Dena Kay Wade 
Joe Walsh 
Mary Catherine 
Ware 

Patricia Ann 
Warren 



our caps and gowns. 


Charles Edgar 
Watkins 

William Thomas 
Wellington 
Carolyn Gay 
Wells 

Dorsey Thomas 
Wessells 


Allen Davis 
West 

Crystal Anne 
West 

Diane Lee West 
Lawrence 
Pennington 
West, Jr. 



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Patricia Irene 
Wethington 
Madelyn Faye 
Wharton 
Rodger Allen 
Wheeler 
Beverly Jean 
Wheless 


Charles Grover 
White 

Gene White 
Sandra Lee 
White 

Charles Barry 
Whitehead 



but we experienced 




Jack Lee 
Whitfield 
Brenda Kay 
Wiggins 
John Wiley 
Bonnie Sue 
Williams 


Burnie Stuart 
Williams 
Cheryl Fay 
Williams 
Louise Marie 
Williams 
Mary Jean 
Williams 


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Robert Hunter 
Williams 
Benjamin 
Willis, III 
Benjamin Terry 
Willis 

Juanita May 
Willis 


Walter James 
Willis 

Chari es Richard 
Wilson 
Donna Fay 
Wilson 

Louisa Pitcher 
Wilson 



mixed emotions. 


Richard Otis 
Wilson 
Sandra Jean 
Wilson 

William Parks 
Wilson 

Charles William 
Wingo 


Victoria Marie 
Winner 
Augustine 
Washington 
Wise 

Toni Lou Wolfe 
Ann Elizabeth 
Wood 



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Dwight Lee 
Wood 

Frances Ruffner 
Wood 
Joyce Ann 
Wood 

David Charles 
Woodard 


Arther Floyd 
Woody 
Waverly Ann 
Woolwine 
Gloria Jean 
Wright 

William David 
Wylie 



We would soon part friends 




Carolyn Sue 
Yates 

Thomas Stuart 
Yeatts 
Susan Jane 
Yoder 

Robert Engle 
Yohe 


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The Class of '62, under the leadership of conscientious students, has been 
especially active in accomplishing the following: 



The formation of the National Honor Society 

Six National Merit Scholarship finalists 

Senior library privilege 

Designed a new S.C.A. Constitution based 
on the Constitution of the United States 

A project for the S.C.A. State Convention 

Inauguration Ball after class and S.C.A. elections 

S.C.A. suggestion box 

Leadership training clinic 

S.C.A. banner for school activities 

The formation of the American Field Service 


and go our separate ways. 



Achieving our goal . . . graduation. 



They undertook 



The Junior Class Officers. SEATED, in front: Vicki Skopinski, parliamentarian; Margie Gillespie, reporter. 
BACK POW, from left: David Givens, treasurer; Cheryl Ballard, secretary; Bill Bowman, president; David 
Walker, vice-president. 


Junior Class 


The work, excitement, and secrets of planning the 
prom, class projects, committee meetings, the long await- 
ed junior rings, college day, sports events— these memo- 
ries run through the Juniors' minds as they remember 
their first year as upperclassmen. 

The prom was the biggest class project. The class 
officers and the junior class sponsor, Mrs. Dorothy C. 
Quesenberry, began preliminary plans as soon as school 
started. Various committees, such as Theme, Invitations, 
Decorations, Refreshments, and Clean-up, were set up 
and selected. Actual work for the prom began in late 
spring. Decorations to carry out the secret theme were 
completed carefully, a band was selected, chaperones 
chosen, and finally the invitations were sent to the 
Seniors. The endless hours of work required the time 
and effort of every Junior, but from this they developed 
a greater sense of unity. 


Junior names appeared in connection with all school 
activities. The new upperclassmen were outstanding aca- 
demically, in student government, in honor council work, 
and in sports. They were enthusiastic about the school 
dances, plays, and pep rallies. They took their places 
as ushers, committee members, and several participated 
in the publishing of The Warwick, The Earle, and The 
Plough. 

The arrival of their bands of gold with the signifi- 
cant '63, and the tradition of having them put on by the 
Seniors, will be a long remembered highlighj of this year 
for the Juniors. 

As the Junior year reached its close, they realized 
how enjoyable it had been. They looked forward to their 
Senior year with anticipation, but also with sadness, for 
it would be the last of their years at Warwick. 


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George Adkins 
George Allender 
Deloris Alligood 
Carol Akers 
Susan Akers 
Steve Ammons 


Leon Anderson 
Wayne Andleton 
Bill Andrews 
Robert Baals 
Floyd Backley 
Charles Bacon 

Richard Bailey 
Ginny Baker 
Herman Baker 
Cheryl Ballard 
Robert Barclay 
Bonnie Barker 

Virginia Barrack 
Ann Bartley 
Patsy Bateman 
Jack Bausman 
Jean Baxley 
Loretta Beddard 

Ronald Bensten 
Pat Blackwell 
Arnell Blanton 
Frederick Blount 
Judy Bohannan 
Morriss Bollinger 


Charles Bond 
George Bond 
Bobby Born 
Bobby Bower 
Bill Bowman 
Phyllis Brandt 


Ronnie Brecher 
James Brewer 
Betty Brinkley 
Ronnie Brinkley 
Robert Brittingham 
Ann Brock 


Donna Brooks 
Sammy Brooks 
Bobby Brown 
Esther Brown 
Shirley Brown 
Charla Bruce 

Ronald Brunk 
Judy Bryant 
Donald Burrell 
Elaine Busch 
Al Butterworth 
Jean Byrd 

Judy Campbell 
Ron Capps 
Ronnie Carmean 
Judi Carmines 
Johnny Carmona 
Patsy Chappell 


worthwhile projects. 



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Rings with the 



Elaine Chappell 
Linda Chrismon 
Inez Clemmons 
Jean Cole 
Shirley Colgan 
Harrison Collins 


Ronnie Coltrane 
Pat Congleton 
Anne Cook 
Bobby Copeland 
Sue Corbett 
Mary Morgan Cox 


Robert Cox 
Lathonne Crain 
David Crews 
Merrill Curtis 
Eddie Dale 
Mike Daniels 


Donna Darnley 
Alice Davidson 
Bobby Davis 
Donnie Davis 
Lynda Davis 
Myrtle Davis 

Jack Deitrich 
Jack Derring 
Leslie Deyong 
Dicky Dickinson 
Henry Dickerson 
Kenneth Dickerson 


Pat DiPietro 
Dickie Dobson 
Louise Doughty 
Carolyn Douglas 
Norene Dowdy 
Janie Duberg 


Paulette Dudley 
Robert Duke 
Linda East 
Phyllis Edwards 
Patricia Elder 
Olivia Ellis 


Susan Epps 
Grace Evans 
Brenda Faison 
Pat Farmer 
Charles Farr 
Betty Fleming 


Jackie Fletcher 
Jean Fox 
Roger Freeman 
Kathie Frost 
Frances Fry 
Doug Fullman 

Shirly Galloway 
Duncan Garnet 
Sharon Gary 
Patsy Glenn 
Jane Glisson 
Martha Gibbons 


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• • • 


Margie Gillespie 
Susan Girton 
David Givens 
Irving McGowan 
Wayne Gowers 
Anne Graham 

Kathy Gray 
Betty Green 
Mildred Green 
Muriel Grizzard 
Douglas Grizzle 
Steve Grubbs 

Mike Guye 
Joanne Hamilton 
Roger Hamilton 
Mary Frances Hancock 
Karen Hanson 
Kenny Harmon 


Jimmy Harrison 
Richard Harrison 
Joe Hashberger 
Jo Anne Hazelwood 
Peggy Hazzard 
Harriet Hatch 


Barbara Head 
La Binda Hefner 
Brenda Henderson 
Wayne Henderson 
Mike Hendrix 
Steve Herring 


David Hewett 
Carol Higgins 
Louis Higgins 
Lynn Himes 
Jerry Hiza 
Brenda Hodge 

Charles Hooper 
Judy Hopson 
Rodney Hudson 
Charles Huffman 
Wayne Hunsucker 
James Hunt 


Marianne Hurlburt 
Gay Jarvis 
Betty Johnson 
Fred Johnson 
Johnny Johnson 
Bill Jones 


Cary Jones 
Herman Jones 
Shirley Keatts 
Vicki Keeter 
Edna Kegley 
Rita Kennedy 

Sandra Kennedy 
Betty King 
Douglas King 
Andy Kowalski 
Judy Kmetz 
Rachel Kubitz 


significant 63 



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Plans for the 



Merlynn Kunze 
Mike Lake 
Mary Stuart Land 
Liv Lasson 
Wayne Latta 
Mary Laughlin 


Ronnie Lowder 
Ben Lawton 
Jane Lenz 
Judy Lenz 
Jack Lewis 
Eugene Lilly 


Donna Little 
Richard Lodge 
Joyce Manchester 
Harry Maney 
Mervin Markley 
Nancy Marks 


Robert Marshall 
Dale Martin 
Jimmy Martin 
Shirley Martin 
Gary Matthews 
Jay Maynard 


Julian Mayo 
Effie McCarron 
Earl McCormick 
Bill McCracken 
Pat McCully 
Frankie McDaniels 


Pam McDonald 
Sandie McElroy 
Carol McLamb 
Lucia Mears 
Mike Mears 
Rocky Meadows 


Bob Mentzer 
Judy Meredith 
Ann Messick 
David Millar 
Billy Millar 
Robert Millar 


Nancy Milton 
Lynne Minter 
Marilyn Moffitt 
Beth Moore 
Betti Sue Moore 
Delmas Moore 


Judy Morgan 
Charles Morris 
Clara Morris 
Carolyn Morrisette 
Kay Mountcastle 
Frank Muire 


Billy Mullen 
Jean Munden 
Johnnie Nichols 
Jim Nelson 
Karen Nolan 
Ida Mae Norris 


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Danny Oakley 
David Oakley 
Parham O'Briant 
Roie Oliver 
Carl Olsen 
Carol O'Pry 


Dwight Overstreet 
Carolyn Owens 
Jim Ownby 
Greg Pace 
Becky Panton 
Bobby Parker 


Janet Parker 
Charles Parsons 
Dennis Patterson 
Sandra Patterson 
Robert Pollock 
Priscilla Price 


Janet Prizio 
George Pugh 
Roberta Ramsey 
Ronald Ramsey 
Diane Rash 
Esther Reed 


Rexine Reeves 
Authur Reilly 
Page Renn 
Beth Richards 
George Richardson 
Clara Richardson 


Sharon Ripple 
Alton Roach 
Charles Robens 
Tim Roberson 
Mary Lee Roberts 
Anne Robfnson 


Virginia Robinson 
Margaret Lee Rodgers 
Paul Rosenberger 
Bryan Sanders 
Kay Sands 
Jo Schaefer 


Gwen Seidler 
Billy Shaver 
Martha Sheldon 
Randy Shepherd 
Della Shingler 
Ronnie Shrecengost 


Vicky Skopinski 
Bill Slifer 
Linda Sloan 
Ann Smith 
Bert Smith 
Billie Smith 


Conway Smith 
David Smith 
Judy Smith 
Larry Smith 
Patricia Smith 
Spencer Smith 



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The year passed quickly , 



William Smith 
Becky Sprinkle 
Anne Stallings 
Donna Stallings 
Gloria Stallings 
Tommy Stamey 


Patricia Stanton 
Judy Starmer 
Carla Stewart 
Gene Summerlin 
Tommie Sutton 
Diane Swank 


Janet Taylor 
Jimmy Terry 
Bobby Thomas 
Nancy Thomas 
Ronnie Thomas 
Sherry Thomas 


Susan Thomas 
Dickie Thornsberry 
Carol Traylor 
Susan Trousdell 
Dianne Troy 
Barbara Turner 


Maxyne Tuttle 
Claudia Tyburski 
B. B. Underwood 
Don Upchurch 
Diane Urrutia 
Bill Varvel 


Keith Vaughan 
Roger Vaughan 
Leonard Vogel 
Terry Vogel 
David Walker 
Betty Wall 


Pat Ward 
David Watkins 
Faye Webb 
Ann White 
Diane Whitmore 
Carolyn Wiggington 


Eileen Wilk 
Merlyn Wilkins 
Andy Williams 
Betty Williams 
Carlene Williams 
Ed Williams 


Jeanne Williams 
Joan Williams 
Judy Williams 
Ronnie Williams 
Kathy Williford 
Kathy Willis 


Joan Wilson 
Pat Wingo 
Howard Wiseman 
Frances Wood 
Janie Woods 
Landon Wooldridge 


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leaving wonderful memories. 


Charles Wright 
James Wright 
Mary Yeatts 
Jeff Youens 
Louise Young 





Plans were made for college on College Day. 


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They had completed 



Sophomore Class Officers: Beverly Baynes, vice-president; Ann Hazelwood, secretary; Joey Winn, pres- 
ident. 


Sophomore Class 


The Sophomores walked into Warwick High with 
mixed emotions. The maze of corridors was confusing, 
but the prospect of learning about the school and all 
the organizations presented quite a challenge. 

The infectious school spirit at Warwick soon caught 
on, and with the assistance of friendly upperclassmen 
they became acquainted with the building and functions 
of the J. V. football, basketball, and track teams. Some 
such as the science, math, and language clubs, depend-' 
ing upon their particular interests. 

Along athletic lines the boys became vital members 
of the J. V. football, basketball, and track teams. Some 
of the more qualified boys made varsity teams. Four of 
the girls were J. V. Cheerleaders. In the physical education 
classes, the girls were introduced to hockey, fencing, ten- 
nis, and archery. Those with special interest joined the 
G. R. A. and developed their skill further. 


The Grenadier Band welcomed the students with 
musical ability. The sophomores also displayed their 
talents by acting in the dramatic productions. 

The S. C. A. provided important training in leader- 
ship and self government. In their first class meeting 
they elected class officers. Later the homeroom officers 
were chosen. They learned how our S. C. A. and honor 
council function. Two sophomores served on the honor 
council. 

They found that Warwick High offered many op- 
portunities for service, but they realized the importance 
of studying diligently and preparing for their future years. 
As the 1962 term came to a close, they eagerly looked 
forward to being upperclassmen, but they remembered 
their wonderful times as sophomores at Warwick High 
School. 


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half of their journey 


Al Abbitt 
Sandra Abicht 
Alexia Adams 
Gloria Alford 
Beulah Alligood 
Ronnie Angello 
Clifford Angeroth 
Carol Ann Arrington 

Elaine Arthur 
Betty Bailey 
Marilyn Bailey 
Sandra Ball 
Becky Bard 
Sherry Barlow 
Catherine Barnes 
Pat Barnette 

Stuart Bateman 
Beverly Baynes 
Jo Ann Bernardin 
Mark Beveridge 
Richard Blackwell 
Donna Blaylock 
Francis Bomberger 
Linda Bowles 
Johnny Boyette 
Ralph Brandt 
Kay Brooks 
Nancy Brooks 
Lee Bull 
Bobby Burch 
Janice Butler 
Fred Call 

Joe Camden 
Phyllis Campbell 
Bonnie Campbell 
Carmen Cardamone 
Jennie Carraway 
Elsie Carter 
Judy Carter 
Carolyn Cartin 

Orion Cherry 
Jimmy Chestnut 
Rhonda Coleman 
Jimmy Collie 
Don Continelli 
Ed Converse 
Joyce Ann Copeland 
Virginia Corbett 

Brenda Crisp 
Bill Cunningham 
Carey Curtis 
Cam Darnley 
Andy Davenport 
Raymond Davis 
Steve Davis 
Charles Davidson 

Robert Deans 
Johnny Deas 
Anita De Bol 
Frank DeEsch 
Kathleen Dempsey 
Mary Diegman 
Judy Drewery 
Jeff Dudley 
Marie Dudley 
Suzanne Dunaway 
Paulette Ellingsworth 
Sandra Ellis 
Cynthia Elthringham 
Sallie Ann English 
Raymond Eutsler 
Becky Evans 

Sabina Evans 
Betty Kay Feamster 
Leslie Fiester 
George Firth 
Judith Fite 
Vincent Foley 
Gene Fowler 
Charlotte Fox 
Frankie Freda 
Linda Freeland 
Ronnie Freeman 
Harry Frizzell 
Terry Fullman 
Linda Gallager 
Susan Gallier 
Penny Gatrell 



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down the long road 



Bill Gill 
Peggy Gill 
Ann Gillen 
David Givens 
Raymond Glenn 
Wayne Godfrey 
Dickie Godwin 
Lester Good 

Carroll Gough 
Paulette Grant 
Sheron Grant 
Doris Gray 
Kate Hall 
Ernest Hamblin 
David Harper 
Carol Harris 

Dennis Harris 
Dianna Harris 
Claude Harrison 
Sandy Hanson 
Sylvia Hayes 
Anne Hazelwood 
Brenda Heffington 
Billy Hickman 

Barbara Hicks 
Carrol Hicks 
Jesse Hicks 
Ray Hicks 
Cynthia Hines 
Jimmy Hodges 
Shep Holladay 
Buddy Hollowell 
Richard Hudson 
Terry Hughes 
Paul Hunsucker 
Linda Hurlburt 
Walter Hutchens 
Brenda Inge 
Judy Jefferson 
Alice Johnson 
Shirley Johnson 
Tommy Jolliffe 
Ann Jones 
Elizabeth Jones 
Susan Joven 
Jesse Karam 
Eddie Kee 
Phyllis Keith 
Mary Kendricks 
Betty King 
Don Kostka 
Johnny Krebs 
Bill Kunze 
Molly Laird 
Carolyn Lancaster 
Sue Lanier 

Catherine Larson 
Conrad Larson 
Susan Lawford 
Jack Leggette 
Suzanne Lehew 
Wanda Lemons 
Wayne Lewis 
Doug Lindsey 

Judy Litchfield 
Evlyn Loftier 
Elizabeth Love 
Jerry Luckadoo 
Bobby Lumpkin 
Dennis Lumpkin 
Careen Lyons 
Edward Magilley 

Loraine Mann 
Michele Marra 
Patsy Marshall 
Gayle Mathis 
William McArthur 
Donald McColman 
Marcus McCracken 
Phyllis McDaniels 

Lois McGee 
Beverly McGuire 
Margaret McMahanan 
Becky Mecouch 
Henry Mecredy 
Freddie Meeks 
Star Meroney 
Raymond Michie 


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Loretta AAulvihill 
Pat Murphy 
Eric Nelson 
Sue Nelson 
Janet Nichols 
Susan Nixon 
Frances Norris 
Rusty Norton 

Frances Nuckols 
Donald Nuttall 
Lydia O'Conner 
Dickie Osborne 
Janet Overstreet 
James Parker 
Robin Parkman 
Linda Peach 

Billy Phelps 
O. T. Phillips 
Donna Pinkston 
Leroy Pittinger 
Edinia Pleasants 
Sally Robins 
Pat Rogers 
Larry Prevatte 

Tom Pride 
Nancy Puchalski 
John Pugh 
Carolyn Purgold 
Darlene Rector 
Otis Reynolds 
John Rhodes 
Kenny Riddle 
Ron Roach 
Pat Roberson 
Donald Roberts 
Ann Rollings 
Dave Ross 
Emily Ross 
Bob Rough 
Carol Lee Rountree 

Carol Sadler 
Pam Saunders 
Diana Scandalis 
Cecila Scarborough 
Pat Scholz 
Mat Schrieber 
David Scoggins 
Dorothy Seymour 

Linda Shell 
Marie Shetenhelm 
Linda Simmons 
Greg Sledge 
Jimmy Smith 
John Smith 
Judy Smith 
Pat Smith 
Pat Smith 
Janice Smithwick 
Barbara Snowden 
Donna South 
Pat Spangler 
Jimmy Speer 
Gloria Spivey 
Charles Spurill 

Mike Squires 
Eugene Stagg 
Rodney Stancil 
Elizabeth Starling 
Joe St. Clair 
Kay Stevens 
Thirza Stinson 
Warrem Sweat 

Deanna Taylor 
Kathy Taylor 
Larry Taylor 
Sharon Taylor 
Steve Taylor 
Trent Taylor 
Peggy Thomas 
Dot Thompson 

Charles Thurston 
Elaine Toler 
Reginald Tucker 
Mary Frances Vaughan 
Myrna Vick 
Shirley Vogel 
Judith Walker 
Terry Walker 


toward graduation. 




They anticipated 



Noel Walsh 
Christina Webb 
John Webb 
Wayne Webb 
Annette West 
Dana Lou Whitehead 
Tom Whiteman 
Marvin Whitmore 

Judy Wiggins 
Lynne Wilem 
Craig Williams 
Edwin Williams 
John Williams 
Weis Williams 
Alton Williamson 
Judy Wilson 

Peggy Winal 
Joey Winn 
Betty Wiseman 
Mike Wolf 
Royal Wood 
Winnifred Wood 
Macon Worth 
Larry Wren 

Donnie Wright 
Karen Yatch 
Jimmy Yeatts 
Jo Yeatts 
Carolyn Young 
Anita Yarkewich 
Tommy Zehmer 
Jeanie Zelinsky 



Sophomores try the fire escape as an easy way out. 




The art of cooking is taught in Home Economics classes. 


Typing skills are acquired by daily speed tests. 


74 











the privileges as upperclassmen . . . 


The newly formed Warwick High Junior Band. 


Boys work in a typical shop class. 


The 1961-62 Girls' Chorus. 


75 





They contributed new ideas 



Freshman Class Officers, from left: Terry Plott, secretary-treasurer; Stephen Whitt, president; Mary 
Margaret Plummer, vice-president. 


Freshman Class 


The wonderful days of being a freshman at Warwick 
High, had finally arrived for the class of '65. Having at- 
tended Warwick Junior High last year meant adjusting 
once again to a new school. At first they were bewildered 
and dubious, but as they wandered through the endless 
halls they found friendliness and assistance from the up- 
perclassmen. 

There was plenty of studying to do and many new 
subjects were offered, but it wasn't long before they were 
enthusiastically joining the various activities offered. Three 
of the girls were chosen to serve as J. V. cheerleaders 
and added their pep to the games and assemblies. The 
ooys contributed their ability to J. V. football and basket- 
ball teams, and also tried tennis and track which were new 


to them this year. For the girls, tennis, archery, and 
hockey were the new sports they learned and enjoyed. 

Also new for them this year Vvere the homecoming 
festivities in which they participated. They sent one of 
their prettiest girls to represent them on the court. 

Another phase in which the freshmen were active 
was the student government. They sent representatives 
to congress and the honor council and supported the 
committees by working diligently. 

As the year drew to a close, the freshmen looked 
back with fond memories of their first year at Warwick, 
then thought ahead with bright prospect to their sopho- 
more and future goals, for they were then truly a part 
of Warwick High School. 


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to the tradition of Warwick, 


Jimmy Adams 
Eddie Addison 
Pam Agnor 
Betsy Akers 
Jerry Allen 
Tom Allison 
Judy Anderson 
Kay Andreoli 

Linda Apperson 
Brenda Arrington 
Johnny Atkins 
Tommy Ayers 
Eddie Bachmann 
Sheri Bahr 
Dianne Bailey 
Jeannie Bailey 
Freeman Baker 
Patricia Baker 
Gloria Ballowe 
Danny Barker 
Carol Barlow 
Frank Batkins 
Alwin Bathwell 
Eunice Battaile 

Mean Beddard 
Pat Belott 
Joan Bender 
Peggy Bender 
John Bensten 
Jackie Berkey 
Pat Best 
Sharon Blalock 

Starr Bland 
Ronnie Blanchard 
Lynn Bloomer 
Larry Born 
Zammara Boston 
Jean Bowden 
Bill Bracey 
Jim Bront 
Pat Brantley 
Gloria Brawner 
Susan Brim 
Zealon Brinson 
Linda Brooks 
Barbara Brown 
Brenda Burnette 
Dick Brushwood 
Wanda Burnette 
Linda Burris 
Nancy Carol Busch 
Donna Bushnell 
Mary Byrd 
Martin Caciopp 
David Call 
Chuck Ca mp 

Keith Campbell 
Ricky Cannon 
Phyllis Caraway 
Leslie Carpenter 
Buddy Carson 
Betsy Carter 
Mike Chesson 
Barry Childress 

Bobby Clark 
Jere Colbert 
Judy Collins 
Terry Collins 
Linda Connell 
Susan Conner 
Ronnie Continelli 
Jim Cook 

Kenn Cooke 
Laura Copes 
Jean Cox 
Virginia Cox 
Sandra Crisp 
Roger Crone 
Marion Culter 
Bill Curling 

Pam Cutter 
Walter Cyrus 
Benny Darnelly 
Charlotte Davis 
Donna Davis 
Wayne Davis 
Mary Dawson 
Gloria Dayberry 



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Wayne Dickerson 
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Faye Dickinson 
David Douglas 
Jamey Douglas 

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Danny Edgerton 
Betty Ann Edwards 
Dottie Eller 
Lynn Elliot 
Randy Emanuel 

Linda Emerson 
Tommy Emerson 
Mary English 
Oral Evans 
Tommy Farmer 
Phlora Feeback 
Elizabeth Ferrell 
Jimmy Fjfzgerald 

Judy Foster 
Lynette Fredrick 
David Garrett 
John Garrett 
Luther Garrett 
Mary Ella Geray 
Dennis George 
Danny Gibson 
Ginny Gies 
Cindy Gill 
Peggy Gilpin 
David Givens 
Jo Anne Givens 
Richard Glore 
Susan Godwin 
Larry Gore 
Beverly Gowens 
Gail Graham 
Linda Graham 
Mary John Gray 
Johnnie Grimes 
David Guilliams 
Gail Gundersen 
Jimmy Gwatney 
Jane Hall 
Judy Hall 
Kippy Hallowell 
Martha Hand 
Steve Handy 
Walter Handy 
April Hardy 
Alice Harmon 

Charles Harper 
Wayne Harris 
Janey Hazelwood 
Becky Hedgepeth 
Frances Herring 
Sheri Hill 
Marion Hockaday 
Ernest Holiek 

Frank Holt 
Jim Honeycutt 
Charlotte Horton 
Sandra Hayle 
Mary Lou Hubbard 
Fred Hughes 
Pat Huffman 
Mark Hughes 

Gulbert Humes 
Sandra Humphries 
Billy Hurst 
Mark Hutson 
Howard Hyde 
Rose Insley 
Judy Jeffery 
Sandra Jones 
Vicke Jones 
Carol Keeter 
Walter Keil 
Sandra Kemp 
Phil Kinney 
Vie Kitchen 
David Klich 
Jimmy Lacey 


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Nancy Carol Lassiter 
Ann Layman 
Lynda Layne 
Eddie Lee 
Robert Lee 
Diane Le Grand 
George Leonard 
Dianne Leviner 

John Lewis 
Nancy Lewis 
Benny Litchfield 
Bobby Lockard 
Sandra Logan 
Mary Lois Jones 
Carol Long 
Gloria Longest 

Donna Lowe 
Susan Luke 
Jean Macalady 
Jeffrey Macintosh 
Damen MacPherson 
De Lane Mann 
Gary Marek 
Bryant Marshall 
Thomas Marshall 
Tommy Marshall 
Stephen Martenuk 
Datha Martin 
Gene Mathews 
Freddie McConnell 
Jimmy McCormick 
Walter McCulley 
Anne McEnerney 
Ronnie McGee 
Linda McMahan 
Charley Meador 
Michael Meadors 
Patsy Melson 
David Melton 
Carol Merica 
Milton Messick 
Mike Michael 
Lydia Milburn 
Russell Miotke 
Billy Mitchell 
Janie Mitchell 
Jim Mohlman 
Ray Mooney 
Margaret Moore 
Pat Moore 
Sharon Moore 
Art Morgan 
Carlton Morgan 
Barbara Morris 
June Mullins 
Kathy Mullins 
Alvin Murmelstein 
Barbara Nichols 
Barry Norman 
David Norsworthy 
Richard Nunnally 
Cheryl Nuttall 
Alfred Nygren 
Karen O'Conner 

Mike O'Connor 
Annie Oliver 
Margaret O'Neil 
Janet Owen 
Jacquelyn Parawski 
Eddie Parsons 
Gerald Peddicord 
Brenda Phillips 

Ronnie Phillips 
Terry Plott 

Mary Margaret Plummer 

Allen Powell 

Frances Powell 

Mike Power 

Charles Powers 

Betty Poythress 

Jeff Price 

Ricky Price 

Howard Puckette 

Nicky Pugh 

Gene Raiford 

Melvin Reynolds 

Aylene Rhodes 

Jim Richardson 


the year successful. 




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They accepted responsibilities 



Ann Robens 
Nina Roberson 
Lee Robinson 
Rose Roughton 
Delores Rowe 
Joyce Rowe 
Russell Rowe 
Pam Rowell 

Betty Rupp 
Cheryl Russell 
Linda Russell 
Alice Sampselle 
Bill Sampson 
Charles Sands 
Vicki Sanford 
Karen Savage 

John Scholz 
Thurman Scott 
Sylvia Seay 
Mike Serig 
Bonnie Shackleford 
Anne Sherman 
Dave Shupe 
Sandra Simmons 
Larry Smart 
Charles Smith 
Charlotte Smith 
Vivian Smith 
Ellena Smoot 
Carol Speer 
Carol Spencer 
Karon Spencer 

Sharon Spencer 
Charlotte Spade 
Bucky Squires 
Jerry Stainback 
Jack Stallings 
Ronnie Stamey 
Becky Stanfield 
Catherine Starkey 
Sandra Stewart 
Charles Stokes 
John Stover 
Betty Jo Suddith 
Brenda Sue Sutton 
Lee Sutton 
Mary Kathryn Swain 
Robert Swain 

Freddie Swats 
Bob Tankard 
Randy Tanner 
Linda Taylor 
Robert Taylor 
Shirley Taylor 
Steve Taylor 
Myra Terry 
Gwen Thomas 
Jack Thomas 
Judy Thomas 
Linda Thomasson 
Sandy Thurman 
Pat Tilson 
Paige Traynor 
Mary Pat Tull 

Debbie Upchurch 
Bernard Vanarsdale 
Joyce Vaughan 
Patrick Waidley 
Bobby Walker 
Danny Walker 
Dickie Walker 
Betty Wall 

Vann Walters 
Pat Watson 
Ruth Ann Webb 
Chuck Weiss 
Joy Wheeler 
Robert Whetstine 
Steve Whitt 
Jean Wilgus 
Joey Wilk 
Barbara Wilkins 
Ricky Wilkinson 
Larry Williams 
Sue Willis 
Sylvia Willis 
Richard Willis 
Patricia Wilson 


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and actively participated. 


Ray Wilson 
Sherry Winner 
George Wise 
Wayne Wollard 
Nancy Wombel 
Bill Wood 
Jo Ellen Wood 
Sue Woolard 

Leta Gray Woolwine 
Judy Wright 
Robert Yates 
Phyllis Yeatts 
Tommy Yeatts 
Alice Young 
Frances Thompson 




Having Trouble? 


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% I I 




They entered with high hopes 



The Eighth Grade Class Officers, from left: Candy Moores, vice-president; Nicki Robins, president; and 
Jo Saunders, secretary-treasurer. 


Eighth Grade Class 


Upon their arrival at Warwick High School, they 
were bewildered and frightened by the crowds and the 
large school. Getting lost in the halls as they changed 
classes and going into the wrong classrooms were all 
part of this exciting adventure. Rarely seeing a familiar 
face among the many strangers added to their bewilder- 
ment, but before long these strangers became friends. 
Having straightened out their schedules and having 
learned their way around these new surroundings, they 
settled down to the normal routine. 

The -eighth graders began accepting their respon- 
sibilities as high school students. One of these respon- 
sibilities was planning their curriculum for the next four 
•years of school. This was important in helping them pre- 
pare for the future, for the courses they took would guide 
them in their vocational choices. 

They participated in varied activities. Contributing 
their ideas to committees, choosing an attendant for the 


homecoming court, and representatives to S. C. A. Con- 
gress, and to the honor council were a few of the ways 
in which they served their school. The election of class 
officers gave some of the students an opportunity to 
show their leadership abilities. The boys contributed their 
talents to the Junior Varsity teams, while the girls en- 
gaged in such sports as soccer and basketball. These 
newcomers enthusiastically tried their hands in the fields 
of art and drama as well as sports. 

They learned to work with each other and with the 
upperclassmen. They followed the examples set by older 
students and in turn set examples of their own. Goals 
were established by these youngest members of War- 
wick High, who strove to meet them and thus to im- 
prove their school. They will think back to this year as 
a transitional period; a time when they began to form 
new ideas and accept new responsibilities; an exciting 
adventure which they thoroughly enjoyed. 


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and much enthusiasm 


Dave Adkins 
Dorothy Adkins 
Carol Albertson 
Jeanette Albertson 
Billy Alfred 
John Allen 
Sandra Alford 
James Allison 

Edward Alston 
Carolyn Amburgey 
Clark Anderson 
Carole Angeroth 
Linda Arrington 
Joanne Averitt 
Laura Ball 
Robert Barclay 
Lynn Banks 
Eddie Barker 
Sandra Barker 
Susan Barnes 
Joan Barrs 
Billy Barton 
Glen Barwick 
Thomas Bell 
Charlotte Berdensy 
Mary Berryman 
Linda Biedron 
Nancy Bishop 
Edmund Blanks 
Fr^nk Bobbitt 
Joyce Bohlken 
John Bond 

Maty Bonnett 
Ina Born 
Joseph Boughan 
Bruce Bowman 
David Brandt 
Joanne Branscomb 
Elizabeth Britt 
Susan Brittingham 
Linda Brooks 
Steve Bronch 
George Brown 
Merle Bruce 
Sandy Bruce 
Bernard Bruner 
Alex Buck 
Linda Buchanan 
Janet Burgess 
Larry Burris 
Brenda Burnette 
Alice Burns 
Jackie Burton 
Billy Busick 
Bobby Butler 
Debbie Butler 

Robert Butler 
Samuel Buxton 
Imogene Byrd 
Robert Byrum 
Linda Caffee 
Tommy Caldrony 
George Cannon 
Steve Campbell 

Fenner Carawan 
Hazel Carlton 
Mike Carmean 
Jimmy Carneal 
Keever Carpenter 
Charles Carrithers 
Lucius Coxtin 
Linda Cassada 
John Cassily 
Linda Chapman 
Johnnie Cheek 
Barbara Chenoweth 
Karen Clark 
Melody Clendenin 
Sam Coates 
Kerly Coleman 
Gerald Colgan 
Edwin Colvin 
Thomas Connors 
Charles Cook 
Sandra Copes 
Ann Corbett 
Dennis Cozzens 
Barbara Craft 





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T heir energy was unlimited 


Lorraine Cubbage 
Ronnie Curtis 
Paul Darden 
George Davenport 
Charles Davis 
Charles Davis 
Linda Davis 
Billy Denson 
Georgia Doub 
Sandra Douglass 
Phyllis Drewery 
Linda Dudley 
Jennings Duncan 
Yvonne Durand 
Lynda Eatherly 
Kathryn Elkins 
Becky Ellis 
Steven Ely 
James English 
Cary Epes 
Nancy Espinola 
David Franklin 
Virginia Frazier 
Linda Fullerton 
Phillip Furlough 
Charles Galland 
Steve Garrett 
Sylvia Garrison 
Mark Gerhardt 
Robert German 
Emmy Gibbons 
Gregory Gill 
Linda Gill 
Frances Gilman 
Jack Glisson 
Wanda Gore 
Bobby Graves 
Philip Greenbaum 
Aubrey Gregory 
Mark Gregorv 
Ronnie Griffin 
Donald Griffith 
Carolyn Grissom 
Jimmy Hall 
Patty Hamiton 
Rebecca Hamilton 
Cynthia Hanan 
Linda Hansford 
Frank Hardy 
Cheryl Harrelson 
Phillip Harris 
Lynda Harshbarger 
Luetta Haughton 
Donna Hawthorne 
Robert Haynes 
Jimmy Hazelwood 
Donald Heath 
Nancy Heath 
Ronald Heath 
Chris Hecheroth 
Debbie Hedrick 
Terrence Heffington 
Ronnie Henderson 
Ricky Hester 
Linda Hobbs 
Marilyn Hobgood 
Peter Hogg 
Harry Holland 
Sandra Hollinsworfh 
Linda Holt 
Nancy Hopkins 
David Horner 

Gwen Houghtelin 
John Hudson 
Dick Huffman 
Sharon Huggett 
Jeff Hughes 
Cecelia Hume 
Frances Humphrey 
Hugh Hutchison 

Randy Hutchison 
Ray Jackson 
Sheila Jackson 
Wallace Jackson 
Nancy James 
Peggy Jarvis 
Robert Jenkins 
Clyde Jessee 



and we realized 


Allen Johnson 
Betty Jones 
Dennis Jones 
Freddie Jones 
Vicki Jones 
John Justice 
Martha Karam 
Jack Kauffman 
Billy Kay 
Therial Keech 
Billy Kelly 
Jack Kempton 
Kenny Kempton 
Wayne Kent 
John Knerd 
Ruby Knight 
Janice Kostka 
Mary Kubaski 
Mike Kunan 
Frances Kunze 
David Lambiotte 
Boyce Lavender 
Sandy Leedy 
Barry Leffler 
Pam LeGrand 
Robert Leland 
Nancy Leveridge 
Teddy Lully 
Doug Lonce 
Richard Loving 
Suzanne Lyon 
Bobby McArthur 
Judy McConnell 
Gloria McCutcheon 
Amy McKay 
Stephen MacPherson 
Bill Mamin 
Stacy Mann 
Anna Markley 
Barbara Marshall 
Buddy Martin 
Lloyd Mason 
Dale Mayo 
Kenny Meeks 
Diane Meredith 
Ronnie Merilic 
Alice Messick 
Jane Midkiff 
Bev Miller 
Martha Miller 
Nancy Minter 
Candy Moore 
Charles Moore 
Vicki Mooza 
Linda Mountcastle 
David Murdock 

Denise Murphy 
Don Murphy 
Tanis Neal 
Cindy Nichols 
Marsha Nicholson 
Kenny Nowell 
Barbara Nunnally 
Martha O'Briant 

Dan Oliver 
Nancy Olsen 
Tommy Osborne 
Pat O'Sullivan 
Kenny Overstreet 
Patty Overstreet 
Donald Owen 
Vickie Owens 

Clifford Parker 
Richard Parker 
Robert Parker 
Billy Parrish 
Linda Parsons 
Rene Pel litier 
Roger Peterson 
Patty Phelps 

John Phillips 
Joseph Phillip 
Mary Pittinger 
Wally Pleasant 
Linda Polick 
Margaret Pollock 
Charles Pool 
Pat Poole 






good things come 



Deborah Powell 
Gary Prilliman 
Judy Prizio 
Linda Radcliffe 
Phyllis Reese 
Steve Ogier 
Kenny Reese 
Glen Reeves 

Karen Reilly 
Janet Renn 
Jerry Richardson 
Brenda Riddle 
Wilson Rider 
Pat Rigsby 
Morgan Roane 
John Roark 
Andy Roberts 
Peggy Roberts 
Nicki Robins 
Calvin Roseberry 
Becky Ross 
Bev Rough 
Barbara Rountrey 
Darrell Rutherford 
Henry Sadler 
James Sampson 
Eve Sargeant 
Jo Saunders 
Adelyn Savage 
Richard Savedge 
Douglas Sawyer 
Janice Scarborough 
Jean Schaefer 
Wayne Schell 
David Schindel 
Raymond Scholz 
Doug Scoggins 
Maynard Sealy 
Edward Seitz 
Mary Sells 
Donald Seymore 
Ronnie Seymore 
Preston Shanks 
Rockie Shaw 
Bill Sheldon 
Eddie Shelton 
Cheryl Singleton 
Joe Slifer 
Loretta Smart 
Glynn Smiley 
Brenda Smith 
David Smith 
Debbie Smith 
Jimmy Smith 
Wayne Smith 
Marie Smithwick 
Tommy Smoot 
Bill Snell 
Steve Snyder 
Jim Spielberger 
Steve Spriggs 
Albert Starmer 
Buddy St. Clair 
Mike St. Clair 
Debbie Stein 
Tommy Stevens 
Richard Stewart 
Judy Stinson 
Rose Suggs 
Ron Surles 
Ronnie Tanner 
Nancy Tankersley 

Jack Tarkenton 
Gloria Tatum 
Clint Taylor 
Don Taylor 
Gwendolyn Taylor 
Shirley Tesh 
Kathleen Tew 
Chuck Thistle 

Richard Thurston 
Susan Tilson 
Fred Tolman 
Charles Tucker 
Tommy Tucker 
Steve Turner 
Tommy Union 
Phillip Uzzle 


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in small packages. 


Bonnie Vandenbree 
Jacqueline Vick 
Susan Vick 
Holly Vose 
Bette Walker 
Claudia Walker 
Bonnie Lee Walface 
Mary Walsh 

Judy Walters 
Charles Ward 
Jimmy Warren 
Randy Warren 
Ann Waters 
Billie Jean Weaver 
Mike Whitt 
Kenny Wiggins 

Anna Williams 
Ricky Williams 
Joyce Williams 
Tommy Williamson 
Pam Williamson 
Mike Williford 
Tuyla Ray Willis 
Joyce Wilson 

Doris Ann Wilson 
Kristie Wilson 
Brenda Winall 
Russell Winkler 
Douglas Winstead 
Donny Wiseman 
Vicki Woodall 
Jim Wood 

Katherine Wood 
Lance Wood 
Nancy Wood 
Pam Wood 
Prue Wood 
Wayne Woodcock 
Eddie Yates 
Jamie Yost 



Greg Youens 
Billy Young 






Underclassman appreciates senior's help. 


The eighth graders display their creativity between classes. 


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Activities 





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The students were given 


The Executive Council began making plans for the coming year during the summer months. 



Ronnie Clough, Federation treasurer; Ivan Wears, S.C.A. chaplain, and Mr. Wingfield, S.C.A. sponsor. 


S.C.A. Executive Council 


The Executive Council, composed of the 
S.C.A. officers elected by the student body, the 
S.C.A. chaplain, the five class presidents, and 
the two S.C.A. Peninsula Federation Officers, 
played a very active part in the function of the 
student government at Warwick High School dur- 
ing the year 1961-1962. Under the leadership of 
J. W. Stallings, S.C.A. president, the Executive 
Council accomplished many of its objectives. 

One of the Executive Council's largest pro- 
jects was the organization of a chapter of the 
National Honor Society at Warwick. Its purpose 
was to create among the students a desire for 
obtaining and sharing knowledge, an apprecia- 
tion for scholarship and learning, as well as to 
create a stimulus towards service and leadership. 

The Executive Council also initiated the 
changes for the renovation of the S.C.A. Consti- 
tution. 

Among its numerous duties and objectives 
were the electing of outstanding students for the 
months of the year, the organization of a lead- 
ership-training committee, and the establishment 
of better communications between the S.C.A. 
and the student body by the distribution of the 
minutes of S.C.A. meetings to the homerooms, 
the encouragement of more student participation 
in school activities, and promoting changes for 
the betterment of the school. In addition to these, 
it approved committee activities and helped spon- 
sor many federation activities. 

Much of the Executive Council's success 
could be accredited to the generous help and 
guidance of Mr. Richard Wingfield, S.C.A. spon- 
sor, who contributed much to the development 
of a stronger, more progressive S.C.A. 

The Executive Council, along with Congress, 
the committees, and the administration, worked 
hard to reach the goals they set and with the 
aid of the student body made Warwick High a 
school of which to be proud. 



The S.C.A. Executive Council. SEATED, from left: Becky Burgess, Diane Abbott, Conway Smith, J. W. Stallings, Buddy Green, Pat Davis, and Susan DeAlba. STANDING, from 
left: Joey Winn, Ronnie Gates, Bill Bowman, Steve Whitt, and Nickie Robbins. 


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unlimited opportunities 



The 1961-62 S.C.A. Congress. 



Student body members 
work on an S.C.A. 
committee. 


J. W. Stallings, S.C.A. president. 


S.C.A. Congress 


The Congress of the Student Cooperative Asso- 
ciation under the leadership of J. W. Stallings, S.C.A. 
president, had a very prosperous year. Composed of 
the Executive Council, the class officers, the committee 
chairmen, who are non-voting members, and the 
homeroom presidents, Congress represented the voices 
of the student body. It was through these represen- 
tatives that the opinions and ideas of the students 
were presented, discussed, and carried out. Congress 
met once a month to discuss the various orders of 
business such as electing the members to the Ex- 
ecutive Honor Council and S.C.A. Federation and 
the planning of various projects sponsored by the 
S.C.A. 

Perhaps the project of which the S.C.A. could 
be the proudest during the year was that of the 
campaign for CARE, conducted primarily by the home- 
room presidents. It was an excellent demonstration 
of the cooperation between the student body and their 
government. 

Another chief duty of Congress was to keep the 
student body informed of all S.C.A. activities and the 
encouragement of student participation in these activi- 
ties. 

The S.C.A. Congress worked hand in hand with 
the S.C.A. Federation. The weeks such as "Know Your 
Federation Week," and "Americanism Week," desig- 
nated by the Federation, were a tremendous success 
thanks to promotion by the homeroom presidents. 

With the help and guidance of Mr. Richard Wing- 
field, S.C.A. sponsor, and Mr. Richards, the student 
government was able to function smoothly and effec- 
tively and accomplish many of its goals. 


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to contribute their talents 



Honor Council 

The purpose of the Honor Council was to promote 
a feeling of honesty and self-respect in the individual 
student and, therefore, to prepare him better for later life. 

The Honor Code was revised this year to clarify 
the duties and procedures of this organization. To achieve 
its goals, the Council was divided into three parts: the 
Executive branch, the Honor Committee, and the Students. 

The Executive Council was composed of 1 1 students, 
two representatives each from the eighth grade, fresh- 
man, sophomore and junior classes and three from the 
senior class. These students were elected to their posi- 
tions by the S.C.A. Congress. They interviewed the stu- 
dent who violated the Code, pointed out how repeated 
violations affect his future, and explained the rules he 
violated. 

The Honor Committee acted as a bond between the 
Executive Council and the student. Honor can be pro- 
moted only if this student-to-student relationship is en- 
couraged. 

The Students and their behavior were the greatest 
and most important part of the honor system. Students 
were encouraged to inform themselves about the demo- 
cratic processes of this organization which was closely 
connected with the Judicial Branch of the S.C.A. 

The Honor Council's work was greatly aided because 
the junior and senior representatives were elected the 
latter part of the previous school year. The students were 
kept informed about their Honor Council through news 
articles in both school and city newspapers and more 
Honor Committee meetings. The infractions were clearly 
defined and copies sent to each homeroom. 

The Honor Code has given the students the privi- 
lege of handling their own problems to a large extent. 
It was created by the students not to punish but to give 
warnings and explain the rules to the violators. The stu- 
dents of Warwick should be proud of their Honor Code, 
their school, and themselves. 

FIRST ROW, bottom to top: JoAnn Averitt, Karen Spencer, Sabina Evans, Beryl Slaton, 

Delmas Moore, and Mrs. Kostyal. SECOND ROW, bottom to top: Cary Epes, Edna Kegley, 

Mary Pat Tull, Jimmy Verser, and David Lytle. 



The Honor Council Sub-committee. FIRST ROW, from left: JoAnn Averitt, Sabina Evans, Mary Pat Tull, Delmas Moore, Edna Kegley, Jimmy Verser, David Lytle, and Beryl 
Slaton. SECOND ROW, from left: Frost Cunningham, Leslie Rutledge, Jeannie Williams, Lana Lautenschlager, Sally Goodwin, Carolyn LeHew, Ann Wood, and Frank Muire. 
THIRD ROW, from left: Sally Girton, Sherry Barlow, Mary Frances Hancock, Donna Stallings, Mike Nicholson, Page Renn, John Allen, and Jimmy Honeycutt. FOURTH ROW, 
from left: Linda Apperson, Jackie Berkey, Linda Taylor, Judy Hall, Jane Mitchell, Janet Overstreet, Noel Walsh, Dana Lou Whitehead, and Ann Jones. 


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Secretary 


Cabinet 


Louisa Wilson 
Secretary of Homecoming 


Colston Newton 
Secretary of Publicity 


Doug Dobson and Vivian Moberg 
Secretaries of Pep 


Carol Lipscomb and 
Jo Helen Adams 
Secretaries of Orientation 


Dorothy Hutton and Loretta Brown 
Secretaries of Social 


Buddy Green 
Secretary of the Cabinet 


Bill Byrn 

Secretary of Civil Defense 


Dena Kay Wade and 
Penny Good 

Secretaries of Activity Tic 


i\ary Catherine Ware and 
Kay Brooks 

Secretaries of Cafeteria 


Pam Slate 

Secretary of Leadership Training 


Nancy Borders and 
Susan Romans 
Secretaries of Projects 


Ric Bahr 

Secretary of Building and Grounds 


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to the growth 



Orientation 

To acquaint new students 
with the school is the purpose 
of the Orientation Committee. 
Committee members wore identi- 
fication tags and managed infor- 
mation booths during the first 
week of school to direct the new 
eighth, ninth, and tenth graders to 
their classes. Posters displaying 
smiling Farmers, prepared by the 
members of the Committee, also 
greeted the newcomers on the 
first day of school. THE HAND- 
BOOK, a book of information 
about the school, was distributed 
to the new students who came to 
school a day before the upper- 
classmen returned. 


Building and Grounds 


This year's Building 
and Grounds Committee, 
under the sponsorship of 
Coach Jim Hubbard, com- 
pleted many projects for 
the beautification and up- 
keep of the school. 

During the first month 
of school, the committee, 
working on Saturday morn- 
ings, edged the sidewalks 
in front of the school. 

A sub-committee, un- 
der the leadership of Andy 
Kowalski, inspected the 
erosion in the parking lot 
behind the baseball field to 
determine what work 
should be done. 

These were only two 
of the many projects ac- 
complished by the com- 
mittee. 



Projects 

Functioning for the 
first time this year, the Proj- 
ect Committee accomplished 
two major goals. The first, 
a project for others, was a 
CARE fund-raising drive 
held at Thanksgiving. With 
the six hundred thirty dol- 
lars raised through home- 
room donations, CARE sent 
food, medical supplies, 
school libraries, and self- 
help kits to the needy in 
lands throughout the world. 

The second was that 
of a display of events and 
activities at Warwick which 
was taken to the State 
S.C.A. Convention in March. 



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of school organizations. 



Pep Committee 

The Pep Committee, under 
the chairmanship of Vivian Mo- 
berg and Doug Dobson, partici- 
pated in one of its most active 
years. Early in the fall, through the 
sale of Warwick High School pen- 
nants, they added $115 to the 
S.C.A. treasury. In January they 
sponsored the long to be remem- 
bered School Spirit Week. Various 
events in this week added another 
$115 to the S.C.A. treasury. A 
dummy hung in effigy, pep ral- 
lies, posters promoting school spirit 
and elaborate displays praising 
the athletic teams were only a 
few of the accomplishments of 
the committee. 



Leadership Training 


The Leadership Training Com- 
mittee was a new addition to the 
S.C.A. this past year. It worked 
to promote better leadership 
through all phases of school life 
and better participation in the 
student body. 

The meetings were well at- 
tended and an assembly, to fa- 
miliarize the students with the 
S.C.A., was produced during the 
first semester. In the second se- 
mester a Leadership Training Clin- 
ic was held which included speak- 
ers, films, and discussion groups 
on techniques of leadership. 

Ending a successful first year 
more plans are in store for next 
term. 


Homecoming 

The Homecoming 
Committee, directed by 
Louisa Wilson, chairman, ac- 
complished many of its 
aims. The activities of this 
committee were centered 
around the presentation of 
the Homecoming Court and 
Queen. A pep rally, the sale 
of corsages, and an assem- 
bly in which boys served as 
cheerleaders and girls por- 
trayed football players, 
were only a few of the 
events sponsored by this 
committee. The week was 
climaxed by the crowning 
of the Homecoming Queen 
at a dance following one of 
the Warwick football 
games. 



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Through working together 



The S.C.A. Federation. FIRST ROW, from 
left: Cary Flowers, Betsy McIntosh, Pat 
Davis, Margie Gillespie, and Gay Smith. 
SECOND ROW, from left: Jim Cowardin, 
J. W. Stallings, Ronnie Gates, Ivan Mears, 
Conway Smith, and Ronnie Clough. 


Warwick delegates show Vicky Ballou from Ferguson and Diane Geer from 
Hampton around the school. 



Members of the Federation 
hour before starting the d. 


S.C.A. Federation 

The 1961-62 Peninsula Student Co-operative 
Association Federation was composed of the four 
peninsula high schools: Hampton, Newport News, 
Ferguson, and Warwick. Seven delegates were 
elected from the congress of each school to re- 
present the students at the meetings. The main 
purpose of these meetings was to promote a 
better relationship among the schools and to 
create an exchange of ideas. 

Donald Schwartz of Newport News served 
as president of the 1961-62 Federation. He was 
assisted by Stan Trimble of Hampton, vice-presi- 
dent; Harry New of Ferguson, second vice-presi- 
dent; Brenda Veazey of Newport News, secretary; 
Ronnie Clough of Warwick, treasurer; Jean Clod- 
felter of Hampton, parliamentarian; Bill Mclntire 
of Ferguson, historian, and Cary Flowers of. War- 
wick, reporter. Participating for the first time, 
Ferguson elected delegates to fill the two newly 
created offices of second vice-president and his- 
torian. Advising the group were Mr. Wingfield 
of Warwick, Miss Gildersleeve of Newport News, 
Miss Layne of Hampton, and Mrs. Passage of 
Ferguson. 

The Federation sponsored four special weeks 
in each school during the year. Topics recognized 
were "Christmas Spirit," "Know Your Federation," 
"Brotherhood," and "Americanism." During "Know 
Your Federation" week, a committee composed 
of the delegates presented a skit to familiarize 
the students with their activities. 

Through the Exchange Days held to observe 
the operation of the activities in the four schools, 
the Federation succeeded in promoting friendship. 


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Steve Gill and Carolyn 
Lehew, head ushers 


they made new friends 

Ushers 

Under the capable direction of their sponsor, Mr. Barclay Sheaks, 
and with the help of Mr. Robert Wingfield, the S. C. A. sponsor, the 
ushers for 1961-62 completed an active year, playing an important part 
in the many activities of Warwick, they were on hand to help at all the 
school functions: musical concerts, plays, PTA Back-to-School Night, Col- 
lege Day, graduation, and the regular weekly assemblies. 

To become an usher, one must have at least two recommendations 
from teachers, a written essay stating reasons for desiring to be an usher, 
above average grades, and qualities which would make him a good 
choice for the job. This would include such things as poise, neatness, 
leadership ability, and an out-going personality. 

This past year there were thirty ushers, fifteen boys and fifteen 
girls, selected from the junior and senior cla.sses by a committee appointed 
by the S. C. A. president. From this group the two head ushers, Steve 
Gill and Carolyn LeHew, were elected. They worked together to supply 
ushers whenever needed. 

Altogether the ushers had an enjoyable year. Each took pride in being 
able to have the opportunity to participate in this special way at Warwick 
High. 



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— 


FIRST ROW, from left: Frances Wood, Sue Monfalcone, Ginney Lindsay, Cary Jones, Merrill Curtis, Crystal West. SECOND ROW, from left: Betsy Edison, Joy 
Humphries, Carolyn LeHew, Beryl Slayton, Jean Baxley, Betty Jo Burcher, Pam Slate, Anne Wood. THIRD ROW, from left: Jimmy Verser, Bill Burch, Chip Barnett, 
Steve Gill, Jimmy Cowardin, Bobby Sherman, Arthur Capstaff, Lewis Andrews. FOURTH ROW, from left: Bill Andrews, Wayne Gray, Tommy Wessels, Rod Barbee, Mark 
Nichols, Terry Meadows, Bill Byrn. 


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and developed 



The Earle Staff 

Everything from Warwick's first National 
Honor Society to a prosperous mice business re- 
ceived the journalistic scrutiny of the thirteen 
member EARLE staff during the year. Not only 
did the important news happenings receive their 
attention, but the staff members applied them- 
selves to learning all phases of their work. They 
worked during the summer months in order to 
have a first day edition. 

Due to an innovation, originated by Miss 
Lois Callahan, the EARLE's sponsor, members of 
the journalism class assisted the regular staff. 
Each journalism student acted as apprentice to 
a regular staff member and learned jobs through 
practical experience. The long-ranged result of 
this program was greater ease in meeting the 
dead-line of bi-monthly publication. 

Student interest in the newspaper was ap- 
parent from the appearance of the first edition. 
Because students wished to express themselves 
on vital school issues, the EARLE published an 
average of two letters to the editor in each of 
the first six issues. Favor was also expressed for 
the ROTO magazine which was included in the 
newspaper once a month. 

Due to the interest of the staff members, 
students, and faculty, the EARLE had a very suc- 
cessful year. 


Susan DeAlba, editor-in-chief, and 
Miss Calahan, sponsor, discuss plans 
for a future newspaper. 


The Earle Staff. FIRST 
ROW, from left: Jane 

Lenz, Barbara Myers, 
Lousia Wilson, Sherry 
Thomas, Pat Wingo, and 
Robert Lawson. SECOND 
ROW, from left: Susan 
DeAlba, Sturat Gilman, 
Phil Traynor, Louise Wil- 
liams, and Doug Dobson. 


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Louisa, Louise, and Robert use creativity in designing a feature section. 


their personalities. 


Susan gives Barbara Myers, make-up editor, the 
layout for the next edition. 


Working diligently the staff puts the finishing touches on the paper. 


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These activities served 



Essay Editors: Jo Helen Adams and Dianne Kahn. 



Poetry Editors: Donna Hall and Judy Branch. 



Plough Staff Editors. FIRST ROW, from left: Penny Good, Char- 
lotte Reynolds, Dianne Kahn, Jo Helen Adams, Pat Warren, 
Susan Yoder, Janet Prizio, Nancy Borders, Frances Wood. 
SECOND ROW, from left: Terry Meadows, David Lytle, Kathy 
Gray, Judy Branch, Donna Hall, Ann Cook, Dorothy Hutton, 
J. W. Stallings, Betsy Edison, and Susan Romans. 



Advanced composition classes publish the PLOUGH. 



The Plough Staff 

THE PLOUGH, the symbol of the search for learning and the cultiva- 
tion of the mind, was first published in 1955. Until the year 1958-59, 
either one or two issues were published a year, but, from then on, it be- 
came tri-annual and compact in size. 

Last year at the Southern Interscholastic Press Association, the Plough 
was one of two magazines to win a First Place Award. In praise of it, the 
judges commented that The Plough had an excellent format, reflected re- 
gionalism in its material about the sea, and had an overall appeal to everyone, 
not just high school students. 

With the largest staff in history, thirty-seven members, the Plough 
started this fall with another extensive publicity campaign. When a good 
turnout of original material had come in, the editor of the various depart- 
ments judged and carefully selected the best material. After several weeks 
of arranging, proofreading, and revising, the staff distributed the first 
issue, which was dedicated to Mrs. Hannah Neugaard. 

With the cooperation of the Staff, the students, and the sponsor, Miss 
Lois Callahan, the Plough accomplished many of its objectives. 


Miss Callahan, Advisor 


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Editors-in-chief: Susan Yoder and Pat Warren. 


Short Story Editors: Nancy Borders and Betsy Edison. 


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for training the students 




Miss Mason and Gay discuss the 
layout of a previous WARWICK 
yearbook. 


The 1962 edition of "The Warwick" was de- 
livered in the spring for the first time since 
1955. This new shipping date required "The 
Warwick" staff to work even harder than usual. 
The junior members of the staff were completely 
bewildered at first, but they soon learned from 
the experienced seniors how things were done. 
As the year passed, the pages were drawn up, 
the copy was assigned and the pictures were 
taken. The jobs seemed endless as the pictures 
had to be identified, alphabetized or captioned, 
and the copy had to be read, approved and 
typed on the pages. Of course, selling the ads 
loomed big in the minds of all, as none of this 
would materialize without money. With the help 
of Miss Shirley Mason, sponsor, the new plans 
and ideas were carried out successfully. Each 
editor and her assistant worked earnestly on their 
jobs, and the completion of the yearbook became 
a reality. 

Every effort has been made to carry the 
theme of shadows throughout the book into all 
phases of school life. It is the purpose of the book 
to bring the dim memories out of the shadows 
of the mind into full view with each picture. 


The 1962 WARWICK Staff. In FRONT, from left: Leslie Deyong, Merrill Curtis, Diane Abbott, Pat Davis, 
Gay Smith, Cary Flowers, Mary Frances Hancock, and Miss Mason, sponsor. In BACK, from left: Edna 
Kegley, Lynn Davidson, and Ann Robinson. 


The Warwick Staff 


Pat and her assistants tackle the job of identifying 
pictures. 


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to become future leaders 



Cary and Ann, her 
assistant, figure cor- 
rect copy for a page. 


Lynn, with her assistant, Leslie, works on the 
monthly business report. 


Gay Smith, editor of the 
WARWICK, enjoys a 
laugh from the staff!! 


The WARWICK lineup: Gay, Cary, Lynn, Pat, and Diane. 


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Expressing their creative 



Quill and Scroll 

Active, interested, honored: these 
words adequately sum up the 1961-62 
Quill and Scroll of Warwick High School. 
Under the leadership of Dianne Kahn, 
president, and the advice of Miss Lois 
Callahan, sponsor, this society of young 
journalists worked together on various 
projects. 

In late fall, an assembly was pre- 
sented to the student body, to instill a 
deeper appreciation of our America. An- 
other project was a Communist Sym- 
posium which sounded the dangers and 
fallacies of Communism. The biggest 
project was the weekly radio program, 
We, the Young People, over station WGH. 
In the spring another assembly was pre- 
sented, this time humorously portraying 
the trials and tribulations of the past 
Quill and Scroll year. Through these proj- 
ects, the Quill and Scroll attempted to 
live up to its motto: "Ye shall know the 
truth and the truth shall make ye free." 
This society can be duly proud of the 
service it has done for the school and 
the community. 

Each Quill and Scroll member was 
chosen on the basis of a high scholastic 
average and journalistic ability. Member- 
ship is composed of staff members from 
The Earle, newspaper; The Plough, literary 
magazine; and The Warwick, annual. 

Each member can well be proud to 
have been a part of the 1961-62 Quill 
and Scroll at Warwick. 


Pat and Dianne present two scrolls to J. W. at the Quill and Scroll assembly. 



SEATED, from left: Louisa Wilson, Susan Romans, Dorothy Hutton, Doug Dobson, Terry Meadows, David Lytle, Kay Ramsey, Jo Helen Adams, Susan Yoder. STANDING, 
from left: Penny Good, Diane Abbott, Judy Branch, Betsy Edison, Dianne Kahn, Lynn Davidson, Susan DeAlba, Nancy Shetenhelm, Gay Smith, Nancy Borders, Cary 
Flowers, Pat Davis. 


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and dramatic abilities 



SEATED, from left: Judy Branch, Ellyn Connors, Linda Foster, Nancy Nelson Hoyle. STANDING, from left: Judy Hopson, Dianne Kahn, Jerry Jackson, Susan Romans, Joyce 
Roach. 


Thespians 


This year will long be remembered by mem- 
bers of the newly formed chapter 394 of the 
National Thespian Society. Under the leadership 
of their president, Ellyn Connors, and the direction 
of their sponsor, J. Vaughan Gary, Jr., the Thes- 
pians had one of the most successful years in the 
history of Warwick's Drama Department. 

They started the year off by attracting record- 
breaking crowds to the fall production, "A Man 
Called Peter." This high standard was maintained 
throughout the year both in the one-act plays 
and the spring production. 

Productions constitute only a part of the 
program of this group whose aim is to work 
and study together to increase their knowledge 
in the field of dramatics. 




The 1961-62 Thespian Officers. From left: Mr. Vaughan Gary, sponsor; Dianne Kahn, chaplain; 
Ellyn Connors, president; Linda Foster, secretary and treasurer; Susan Romans, reporter. 



The cast practices diligently for 
an up-coming production. 


A scene from "A Man Called Peter.' 


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ciil tiva ting citizenship, 



FIRST ROW, from left: Buddy Green, Doug Dobson, Colston Newton, Ivan Mears, Ronnie Gates, Ronnie Clough, Jimmy Verser, Mike Fell, David Lytle, J. W. Stallings, and 
Bobby Sherman. SECOND ROW, from left: Ken Gilliam, Jimmy Collie, Bobby Burch, Steve Taylor, Bob Mentzer, Delmas Moore, Conway Smith, Frank Muire, Bill Cunning- 
ham, and Roger Vaughn. THIRD ROW, from left: Jimmy Cowardin, Bill Byrn, Jeff Page, Bill Andrews, Rick Bahr, Steve Gill, Ricky Thomasson, Charles Barnett, Jimmy Terry, 
and David Walker. 



The Key Club Officers. SEATED, from left: Jim Cowardin, president; David 
Lytle, corresponding secretary; Buddy Green, sergeant-at-arms; Bobby Sherman, 
recording secretary; J. W. Stallings, chaplain. STANDING, from left: Bill An- 
drews, junior class representative; Jimmy Verser, senior class representative; 
Jeff Page, vice-president; Jimmy Collie, sophomore class representative; Frank 
Muire, treasurer. 


Key Club 

During 1961-62 the Warwick Key Club strived toward its goal of 
service to the school, community, and nation. 

The club is composed of thirty-three boys from the sophomore, junior, 
and senior classes. The members are selected according to character, scholar- 
ship, and leadership. 

Under the leadership of president, Jim Cowardin, these members rea- 
lized their goal of service in many ways. Beginning in the summer, the club 
distributed text books throughout the school. A study hall in the mornings 
before school and chimes played to provide a time to give thanks during 
lunch were also sponsored by the club. As a Christmas project, food and 
clothing were sent to those in need. 

The year of service was climaxed by a spring assembly. At this as- 
sembly a scholarship was awarded to an outstanding member of the gradu- 
ating class. The scholarship was given in memory of one of the community's 
leading citizens. Also presented at the assembly were trophies to outstanding 
school citizens. The money for these awards was raised by the club through 
several dances, the collection of newspapers, and the selling of refreshments 
at basketball games. 

The club worked hard and the result was a very successful year ... a 
year of service. 


Colonel Archibald, 
Key Club sponsor. 


A typical Thursday night meeting! 


There seems to be a little disagreement as to who gets the key. 


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working in harmony together . . . 



The A Cappella Choir under the direction of Mr. Tew rehearses for an assembly 
program. 



Officers of A Cappella. FRONT ROW, from left: Brenda Robinson, soprano 
section leader; Jane Renn, secretary, and Carolyn LeHew, alto section leader. 
SECOND ROW, from left: Thomas Johnson, bass section leader; Ronnie Clough, 
vice-president; Leslie Rutledge, president; Wayne Gray, business manager, and 
Lanny Scott, tenor section leader. 


This year, the A Cappella choir, under the direction of 
Mr. William A. Tew, was one of the largest ever formed at 
Warwick. The sixty-three member choir took part in various as- 
semblies, concerts, and programs throughout the year. It made 
its first performance at the October P.T.A. meeting and its 
last at the June Commencement exercise as the choir led the 
seniors in their class song. Deviating from the traditional Christ- 
mas concert, the choir presented a pageant. The Incarnate Word, 
a modern interpretation of the Christmas story. The Thanks- 
giving, Christmas, and Valentine's Day assemblies were also 
among the highlights of the choir's year. In the spring, thirty- 
one members of the choir were chosen to attend the All State 
Music Festival. Ending a successful year were the spring and 
graduation programs. 



A Cappella practices for future performances. 



A Cappella Choir. FIRST ROW, from left: Jean Byrd, Margie Pullen, Virginia Robinson, Margaret Gauley, Leevia Vaughn, Nancy Naughton, David Watkins, Ronnie Coltrane, 
James Histland, Jane Renn, Carolyn Bridgers, and Paulette Cappozi. SECOND ROW, from left: Mr. Tew, Elaine Bush, Blanca Burgada, Peggy Barclay, Betsy Edison, Brenda 
Hodge, Terry West, Richard Dickerson, Howard Wiseman, Carol Reynolds, Jeanne Huckins, Susan dePoix, Carol Higgins, and Rose Cardemone. THIRD ROW, from left: 
Brenda Robinson, Rosalinde King, Kay Brooks, Melinda Rowe, Susan Peters, Tommy Johnson, George Hearn, John Roach, Bill Curling, Ronnie Clough, Leslie Rutledge, 
Nancy Saunders, Patsy Miller, Sally Goodwin, Donna Brooks, and Kay Branscomb. FOURTH ROW, from left: Kathleen Thomas, Gayle Gates, Ann White, Judy Bohannan, 
Buddy Green, Ronnie Gates, Wayne Gray, Fred Gregory, Art Woody, Penny West, H. B. Scoggins, Lanny Scott, Charlene Patten, Carolyn LeHew, Phyllis Finch, Page 
■Renn, and Ann Woolwine. 


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These are the memories 




Amateur Radio Officers. From left: Mr. Byers, sponsor; John Chappell, 
president; Joe Lineberry, sergeant at arms; Bill Byrn, secretary; Sammy 
Grinels, vice-president; and Larry Henry, treasurer. 


French Club Presidents. FIRST ROW, from left: Roberta Ramsey, Frances Fry, Babs Dunaway, and Merrill 
Curtis. SECOND ROW, from left: Betsy McIntosh, Warren Vanderslice, Joanne McConnell, Delmas Moore, 
and Liv Lassen. 


Future Homemakers of America Officers. 
STANDING, from left: Joyce Vaughan, sec- 
retary-treasurer; Kathleen Rider, reporter; 
Linda Caffee, historian; Lynda Layne, song 


Math Club Officers. From left: Greg Edgerton, vice-president; Chip Barnett, 
president; and Fred Johnson, secretary-treasurer. 



Future Teachers of America Officers. SEATED, from left: Gladys Holland, secretary; 
Mary Catherine Ware, vice-president; Carol Lipscomb, president. STANDING, from left: 
Brenda Perdue, treasurer; Frances Wood, parliamentarian; Ellen Eames, historian; Dena 
Kay Wade, librarian; Betsy Edison, membership chairman. 


Chess Club Officers. From 
left: Fred Johnson, secre- 

tary; Bryan Saunders, vice- 
president; Chuck Laird, presi- 
dent; Rudy Luethy, acting 
president; and Steve Her- 
ring, treasurer. 



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foremost in their minds 



leader. SEATED, from left: Mary Frances 
Vaughn, president; Sabina Evans, vice- 
president. 



Science Club Officers. From left: Bill Byrn, president; Becky Burgess, vice-president; and Warren Vander- 
slice, secretary-treasurer. 



Future Nurses Club Officers. STANDING, front row: Betty Jo Burcher, president. 
STANDING, second row from left: Jeanne Huckins, vice-president; and Gayle 
Caffee, treasurer. STANDING, third row from left: Nancy Saunders, recording 
secretary; Carolyn Lehlew, historian; and Carolyn Ayers, chaplain. 



Spanish Club Presidents. SEATED, from left: Lucy Alvis, Linda Foster, Kay 
Cannon, and Joy Humphries. STANDING, from left: Arthur Capstaff, Mrs. 
Rodriguez, sponsor, and Rod Barbee. 




Debate Team. Clockwise: Steven Whitt, Terry Willis, Fred John- Distributive Education Officers. From left: Teddy dayman, vice-president; Reba Faubion, secre- 

son, Miss Holland, sponsor, Harriet Hatch, and Mike Chesson. tary; Bill Wingo, president; Linda Clark, treasurer; Gay Scrimgeour, publicity-historian; and 

Kay Mountcastle, parliamentarian. 


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as they think of a great year 



The Warwick High School Band. 



Mr. Smith, Band Director. 


Band 

The school year 1961-62 was a very successful one for the 
Warwick High School Grenadier Band. They began the school 
year by performing at all of the home football games. 

They also participated in several parades including the Armed 
Forces Day Parade and the Oyster Bowl Parade in Norfolk and 
won top honors at the Christmas Parade in Williamsburg. Adding 
much to promote the English tradition of the band was the Bag- 
pipe Corps which took an active part in most of the year's activities. 

The Grenadiers took part in several school assemblies during 
the year, including the Christmas Assembly which was one of 
the band's best performances. 

The Band opened the new year with a successful Mid-Winter 
Concert. Following this some of Warwick's musicians took part 
in the All-State and Workshop Band held early in February at 
Princess Ann High School. The Peninsula Solo and Ensemble Fes- 
tival, which was one of the most important events for the band, 
was held at York High School. A large number of Warwick 
soloists and ensembles took part in this annual event. 

The highlight of the year for the Grenadiers was their trip to 
Winchester, Virginia, to participate in the annual Apple Blossom 
Festival. The band was highly praised for their performance as 
well as being complimented on their colorful uniforms. 

Playing for the Graduation Ceremonies and holding their an- 
nual concert at the Mariner's Museum ended a very rewarding 
year for the Warwick High School Grenadier Band. 


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at Warwick 



The bagpipe section makes our band unique. 












We watched our teams 



First and ten for Warwick at the Newport News game. 




C. V. Mayer fights his way down the field scoring Bobby Brown goes for another touchdown, 

another touchdown for Warwick. 


SCOREBOARD 


Warwick 1 3 

Warwick .... 7 

Warwick 26 

Warwick 7 

Warwick 0 

Warwick 1 9 

Warwick 7 

Warwick 39 

Warwick 7 

Warwick 32 


Wakefield 6 

Maury 9 

Gramby 6 

Norview 32 

Great Bridge ....12 
Newport News ..1 3 

Oscar Smith 1 2 

Hampton 0 

Princess Anne ..16 
York 7 



Keep pushing! 


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as they achieved victory 



The 1961-62 Varsity Football Team. FIRST ROW, from left: Bryan Palmer, Floward Wiseman, Charles Bacon, Bobby Brown, Buddy Kays, Mike Fehl, Glen Giles, Ronnie 
Thomas, Ray Statzer. SECOND ROW: Larry Smith, Artie Peck, J. W. Stallings, Buddy Green, Al Madsen, Ronnie Hunt, Ronnie Shelton, Jerry Jackson, Bill Bowman, 
Frankie Emmanuel, Tommy Coleman, Tex Miller, Leslie Rutledge. THIRD ROW: Coach Conway, Landon Woolridge, Charles Farr, Johnny Johnson, Bill McCracken, 
Mike Hendrix, George Richardson, Jack Lewis, C. V. Mayer, Jack Dietrich, Sutton Bazemore, David Smith, Coach Quesenberry, Andy Williams, Bill Jones, Wayne Lewis, 
Wells Williams, Steve Amons, Ronnie Carmean, Robert Brittingham, Don Burrell, Wayne Henderson, Bill Shaver, Coach Hamilton. 


Varsity Football 


The 1961 football season saw the "Warwick Farmers," 
under the coaching staff of Romie Hamilton, Jim Snow, 
and Bob Conway, complete an exciting season with a 
6-5 record. This season was possibly the best in the past 
three years. 

The 1961 team was composed of 16 seniors and a 
number of underclassmen. Although this year's team was 
the smallest in many years, the drive of the boys com- 
pensated for the number. The Farmers won the Peninsula 
Championship, defeating both Hampton and Newport 
News. 

The Warwick High "Fighting Farmers" opened the 
season with a hard fought loss to Maury ending with a 
final score of 9-7. Seven thousand students gathered 
at Foreman Field to witness Buddy Kays gain a total of 


1 83 yards. 

The next two games were more successful. Coming 
from behind, Warwick won the Wakefield game at the 
Warrior camp with a score of 13-6. In their first home 
game of the season, spunky fullback Bobby Brown made 
three touchdowns, enabling Warwick to defeat Granby 
with a 20-6 score. 

The last of the games varied in their outcomes. 
Warwick suffered losses to Oscar Smith and to Princess 
Anne, but defeated the Crabbers of Hampton, 39-0. 

On Thanksgiving Day, the Farmers ended their sea- 
son by defeating York 32-7, and by leaving the Warwick 
spectators with a proud remembrance of their 1961 foot- 
ball year. 


C. V. Mayer 
Buddy Green 


Tommy Coleman 
Leslie Rutledge 


Artie Peck 
Buddy Kays 


Glen Giles 
Bobby Brown 


Frankie Emmanuel 
Mike Fehl 


J. W. Stallings 
Ronnie Shelton 







and developed their ability 



Conway .Smith 


Bill Bowman 


Danny Cole 


Varsity Basketball 



Varsity Basketball Team. FIRST ROW, from left: Tommy Zehmer, David Walker, Vernon Campbell, Donald Butler, and Howard Wiseman. SECOND ROW, from 
left- David Hewett, Alvin Butterworth, Bill Bowman, Gus Wise, Ronnie Carmean, Earl McCormick, Conway Smith, and Danny Cole. 



and co-ordination 




David Walker 


Coach Wilbur Thompson 


Another shot made with the greatest of ease. 


The Warwick Farmer basketball team, under the 
leadership of Coach Wilbur Thompson, experienced 
an irregular season with much of the trouble due 
to the inexperience of the team. Junior Captains, Da- 
vid Walker and Conway Smith, were the only return- 
ing lettermen. Throughout the season many combina- 
tions were tried on the starting team with David 
Walker, Conway Smith, Bill Bowman, Ronnie Carmean, 
Artie Peck, Donald Butler, and Danny Cole being the 
most extensively used players. 

The season opened with a victory over York, 
50-41. Further wins came over teams such as Suffolk, 
Oscar Smith and other Eastern District teams. 

Though victories this season were not as prev- 
alent as in seasons gone by, the year was not without 
excitement, with the final outcome of many games 
being decided at the last minute. 

Co-Captain David Walker established himself as 
one of the top guards in the District and State, with 
his sharp outside shooting and fast, hard drives. 

With this year's team being composed mostly 
of juniors, a promising season can be anticipated next 
year. 




The trophy awarded for the most sportsman-like team in eastern district basketball 
tournament shared by the 1960-61 Warwick team and Craddock High School. 



Make way for two points! 


That's my ball! 


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School spirit was encouraged 



Here come the Farmers, woo-woo-woo!! 


What a jump! Shout, students, shout! 

Co-captains, Sandra Fitzgerald and Betsy McIntosh. 



Our Varsity Cheerleaders take time out from a game to give us a smile. 






by the cheering squad. 



The 1961-62 Warwick High Cheerleaders. From left: Kay Sands, Margie Gillespie, Sandra Fitzgerald (co-captain), Phyllis Verell, Betsy McIntosh (cap- 
tain), Sallv Goodwin, Jean Kriebohm, Vicky Skopinski, and Gloria Stallings. 



Miss Theophilos, sponsor of the varsity 
cheerleaders. 



Taking a break between the quarters, the 
cheerleaders pose for a picture for "The 
Warwick." 


Varsity Cheerleaders 


"Are you proud of your school? Well, yeah man!" shook the the Warwick High 
stands as the 1961-62 varsity cheering squad led their student body in a spirited yell. 
It was evident by the enthusiastic and proud smiles of these nine gitls that they were 
working hard at their favorite activity— cheering. 

The five seniors and four juniors were chosen the preceding May by the Execu- 
tive Council, graduating cheerleaders, and two faculty members. They were judged on 
the basis of— spirit, cheering ability, grades and a paper which each was required to write 
on "Why I Want To Be A Cheerleader." 

Following their election they practiced untiringly at least once a week, and usu- 
ally more often, all summer, fall, and winter. Teamwork and pep were their goals, and 
they practiced until the well-known cheers were perfected and new ones were worked up. 

The activities of the cheerleaders included, however, much more than cheering at 
the games. They enjoyed participating in the Homecoming pep rally where a Great 
Bridge player was burned in effigy and the spectators danced around the bonfire. 
Teaching the student body the cheers and presenting good luck charms to their teams 
in the pep assemblies were also highlights on their list of activities. Not to be for- 
gotten too were the trips made to support the teams at out-of-town games. 

The maroon skirts and white sweaters of these miniature boxes of dynamite 
looked sharp as they danced and jumped at the football games. Their megaphones were 
constantly carrying a shout to the boys on the field, and their pompoms were a whir-wind 
of maroon and gold as the Farmers fought for a touchdown. In basketball season their 
uniforms of maroon vests, skirts, and tennis shoes were a familiar sight as they cheered 
the cagers on. 

The enthusiasm and vitality of the varsity cheering squad was contagious as they 
did their best to serve Warwick High School and to promote their motto— "Sportsmanship, 
then Spirit." 




Good sportsmanship 



Varsity Baseball Team. FIRST ROW, from left: Artie Peck, Jerry Jackson, Larry Gammon, James Douglas, Louis Capps, Jeff Page. SECOND ROW, from left: Bev Gar- 
rett, George Richardson, Wayne Lotta, Howard Wiseman, Arthur Reilly, Jimmy Terry, Frankie MacDaniel, Coach Jim Snow. THIRD ROW, from left: David Hewitt, C. V. 
Mayer, Shep Holiday, Earl McCormick, Walter Hutchins, Sutton Bazemore. 



Baseball 

Under the capable leadership of Coach Jim 
Snow, Warwick hoped for another successful year 
as in 1961, when they tied for first place in the 
inter-city standings, and placed second in the 
peninsula standings. The team was sparked by the 
outstanding playing of Larry Gammon, Artie Peck, 
Earl McCormick, and David Smith. This year Coach 
Snow depended primarily upon the returning let- 
terman, Jerry Jackson, and had high hopes for his 
new players. According to Coach Snow, this year's 
team had a good opportunity for recapturing the 
peninsula championship. 


Big plans are in the making. 



Coach Jim Snow. 


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was practiced 



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on the mat, 



The Warwick High Wrestling Team. FIRST ROW, from left: Billy Young, George Davenport, Eddie Seitz, Kenneth Wiggins, Steve Campbell, Robert Byrum, Jimmy 
Chestnut, Mark Hughes, Eddie Shelton, and Eddie Barefoot. SECOND ROW, from left: Randy Hutchinson, Jim Cowardin, Steve Stanaway, Floyd Backley, Jimmy 
Yeattes, Tommy Hamilton, Andy Davenport, Larry Smith, Billy Flecher, and David Crews. THIRD ROW, from left: Coach Hasinger, Coach Hamilton, Dickie Thorns- 
berry, Frankie Emanuel, Ned Ball, Wayne Lewis, Ronnie Capps, Ronnie Thomas, and Jerry Smith, Absent from the picture is Johnny Long. 




Wrestling 

In the pre-season analyses, this year's wrestling 
team was rated as one of the best in the state. How- 
ever, a failure to fill the spot at the 105 pound class 
foreshadowed what was to come. The grapplers didn't 
look sharp until after Christmas and were just reach- 
ing their potential when the semester grades came 
out. Three first-line operatives were lost to academics; 
thus, smiting all team title aspirations a disastrous 
blow. 

Phenomenal Billy Fletcher, powerful Frank Em- 
manuel, and skillful Ned Ball provided the majority 
of the bright spots for Coach Hamilton, each having 
maintained an unblemished record. Fletcher, in three 
years of wrestling at Warwick, compiled an immacu- 
late record of 39 wins and no losses, thus gaining a 
chance to become the first wrestler in Warwick's his- 


Ned Ball uses the half nelson on Jim Cowardin. 


uel and Billy Flecher. 


Thomas and Crews work on moves for a coming match. 


Only through practice can perfection be gained. 


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and across the net. 





Junior Jay Maynard 


Seniors Jim Cowardin and Jack Wiley 


Tennis 


While most of the players from last year's 
great team graduated, the 1962 Warwick tennis 
team looked forward eagerly to another tremen- 
dous season. 

Only six experienced players returned this 
year, but Coach Warren Chauncey felt that this 
was enough material to carry the team to another 
highly successful season. Several members of 
last year's team had transferred to Ferguson High. 

Lettermen Jimmy Cowardin, Jack Wiley, 
Bobby Sherman, and Mike Fehl were expected to 
be the top men, with additional help from Jay 
Maynard and Frank Muire. 

Tennis has been on the upswing in recent 
years and Coach Chauncey, who has seen his 
teams compile 5-5, 8-3, and 10-1 records in 
the last three years, only losing to State Champion 
Suffolk, was hopeful again. 


Junior Frank Muire 


Senior Mike Fehl 


Senior Bobby Sherman 




Slam it. Jack!! 


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on the cinders. 



Outdoor Track. FIRST ROW, from left: Coach Hubbard, Bobby Brown, Ronnie Clough, Buddy Green, Stu Gilman, and Pete Carpenter. SECOND ROW, from left: 
David Horner, Steve Gill, Ric Bahr, Kirby Harrison, and Jimmy Verser. THIRD ROW, from left: Charles Bacon, Conway Smith, Andy Kowalski, Buddy Kays, Frankie 
Emanuel, Ned Ball, and B. B. Underwood. FOURTH ROW, from left: Ronald Brinkley, Otis Reynolds, Wells Williams, Ronnie Carmean, and Paul Saunders. 


Varsity Track 


The 1961-62 Varsity Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor 
Track Teams, coached by Jim Hubbard, compiled an im- 
pressive record for their efforts throughout the three seasons. 

The Cross Counrty Team received a trophy for captur- 
ing third place in the Virginia State Cross Country meet, with 
Andy Kowalski placed second in the two-mile race. The top 
ten runners for the squad were Andy Kowalski, B. B. Under- 
wood, Kirby Harrison, Claude Harrison, Ric Bahr, Jimmy 
Verser, Bobby Hansford, Robert Mentzer, Stu Gilman and 
George Edwards. 

A fifth place finish in the Indoor State Meet, and per- 


forming well in the Invitational Meet in Richmond, was the 
high point of the 1962 indoor season. Early in March, several 
of the distance men competed in a nine mile marathon to 
represent Warwick. 

Top performers for the Outdoor squad were Buddy 
Kays, Steve Lowe, Ned Ball, Steve Gill, Ric Bahr, Bobby 
Brown, Andy Kowalski, B. B. Underwood, and Kirby 
Harrison. 

The teams can be proud of their seasons and anticipate 
another successful year. 



Frankie throws for another Warwick win!! 


The Mile Relay Team: Bobby Brown, Ronnie Clough, Ric Bahr, and Steve Gill. 


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and over the hurdles 



Cross-Country Track Team. FIRST ROW, from left: Claude Harrison, Kirby Harrison, Ric Bahr, Andy Kowalski, and Robert 
Hansford. SECOND ROW, from left: B. B. Underwood, Jimmy Verser, Bob Mentzer, Stuart Gilman, Ronnie Gates, and 
Coach Hubbard. 



TRACK 



Co-captains, Steve Gill and Buddy Kays. 


Coaches Quesenberry and Hubbard. 





On your mark, get set . , . 


Andy Kowalski, second place winner in the State 
Cross-Country meet. 


Up and over!!! 


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i'lie J.V.'s worked hard 




- - WjBsay 




The 1961-62 Junior Varsity Football Team. FIRST ROW, from left: Keith Campbell, Paul Hunsucker, Richard Glore, Buddy Hollowell, Larry Smart, Andy Davenport, Bill 
Pittman, Alwin Bothwell, John Lewis, Randy Hutchinson, Robert Davis, Tom Jolliffe. SECOND ROW: Keith Stillwell, Bobby Clark, Don Murphy, Eddie Shelton, David 
Scoggins, Walter McCully, Vic Kitchens, William Kunze, Don Horton, Billy Mitchell, Dickie Walker, Tom Parrish, Tom Hamilton, Gene Mathews, Jack Stallings, Tommy 
Allison. THIRD ROW: Coach Rauch, Hank White, Jimmy Hodges, Lee Sutton, Fred Tolman, Tom Farmer, Mike Wolfe, Jim Yeatts, Lloyd Myers, Vann Walters, 
Walter Hudgins, Roger Peterson, Don Kostka, Art Morgan, manager. Coach Hasinger. FOURTH ROW: Coach Thompson, William Curling, Terry Walters, Arthur 
Godfrey, Robert Rough, Jim Lacey, Ed Parsons, Sam Coates, Ken Cooke, A1 Abbitt, Jim Speer, Jennings Duncan, Bill Bracey, Benny Darnley, Coach Warren. 


Junior Varsity Football 


The Junior Varsity team had a rough season this 
year due to inexperience of the players. Although the 
record showed a tally of two wins and five losses, it 
was evident at the games that this young team was play- 
ing its best, and there was a lot of Varsity potential for 
the future! 

The "Jayvees" were defeated in their first game 
with Ferguson. At half-time in the Norview game, Nor- 
view was leading, 26-0, but during the second half 
Warwick made a terrific comeback. Warwick held the 
Pilots scoreless and scored thirteen points of their own. 
They did a fine job in the Newport News game, even 
though they were defeated in the last few minutes of 
play. All the practice and determination of the boys paid 


off in the Hampton and York games. The play was out- 
standing, and our team came out victorious in both con- 
tests. 

The team was sparked by Ronnie Blanchard, who 
was a quarterback with notable passing abilities, and 
halfbacks Jim Yeatts and Billy Mitchell. Some other out- 
standing players included Donnie Horton, Sam Coates, 
Art Morgan, and Tom Joliffe. 

Warwick added a third team this year. The "Baby 
Farmers," composed of eighth and ninth graders, worked 
every bit as hard as the other teams, and the effort 
they put forth paid off in their victory over Ferguson's 
Junior Varsity team. 




Arthur Morgan 


Tom Jolliffe 


Don Horton 



SCOREBOARD 


Warwick 

0 

Ferguson 

63 

Warwick 

6 

Woodrow Wilson 39 

Warwick 

13 

York 

7 

Warwick 

20 

Hampton 

14 

Warwick 

0 

Princess Ann 

38 

Warwick 

14 

Newport News 

19 

Warwick 

13 

Norview 

26 


Randy Blanchard 


Jimmy Yeatts 


Billy Mitchell 




as they trained 



J.V. Basketball. From left: Coach Snow, Johnny Boyette, Buddy Hollowell, Charles Guilliams, Shep Holliday, Craig Williams, Eddie Converse, Billy Dunn, Danny 
Walker, Dickie Walker, Jeff Dudley, and Harry Foard, Manager. Absent from picture: Ranny Blanchard, Tommy Butler, Jimmy Lacey, and Larry Gore. 


J.V. Basketball 


Our Junior Varsity basketball 
team, under the supervision of 
coach Jim Snow, is the basic train- 
ing phase for our future varsity 
cagers. This year it was made up of 
a majority of ninth and tenth graders 
who had the ambition and stamina 
to learn the fundamentals of the 
game. 


They received little recognition 
for their many efforts, but hoped 
that by next year, they would have 
earned a spot on the varsity team. 
They looked forward to entering 
into the competition that is not only 
found in the district, but also 
throughout the state. 



Co-captains, Eddie Converse and Billy Dunn. 



Block that point!! 


Sharp-shooting Dickie Walker. 


A long, tiring practice. 


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to fill varsity positions , 



J.V. Outdoor Track Team. FIRST ROW, from left: Wayne Godfrey, Donald Barton, Ronald Seymore, Donald Seymore, Jimmy Collie, and Chuck Wise. SECOND ROW, 
from left: Vincent Foley, James Honeycutt, Larry Wenn, James Brewer, Lloyd Myers, and John Pipho. THIRD ROW, from left: Tom Marshall, Bill Cunningham, Donald 
Murphy, Bill Hickman, and Fred Blount. FOURTH ROW, from left: Claude Harrison, Bob Deans, and Rae Hicks. 



A hearty workout . . . 


J.V. Track 

The 1961-62 Junior Varsity Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track 
Team, directed by Coach Jim Hubbard, showed considerable improvement 
throughout their separate seasons, and will form the varsity units for 
next year's competition. 

The Cross Country squad posted a 1-7 record for the season, win- 
ning over George Wythe. Letters were awarded to Robert Deans, Tommy 
Marshall, Chuck Wise, Mark Gregory, Vincent Foley, Melvin Reynolds, 
and Billy Dunn. Boys who received meritorious awards were Bill Gill, Bill 
Oliver, Ronald Seymore, and Donald Seymore. 

The Indoor squad was not given the opportunity to participate in any 
Junior Varsity meets, but several of the members were called upon to aid 
the varsity team. Robert Deans and Bobby Myers competed in the mile 
relay in the Junior Cross Country meet in Richmond, showing promise for 
next year's varsity team. 



J.V. Cross-Country Track. FIRST ROW, from left: Robert Deans, Mark Gregory, Donald Seymore, Chuck Wise, and Ronald Seymore. SECOND ROW, from left: Tom 
Marshall, Billy Dunn, Melvin Reynolds, Vincent Foley, and Bill Gill. 

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The 1961-62 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders. From left: Joanne Bernardin, Noel Walsh, Frances Fry, Bonnie Campbell, Pam Saunders, Sue Nelson, Ann Rollings, Ann McEner- 
ney, Myra Terry, and Jane Mitchell. 

J.V. Cheerleaders 



"We've got a team that's really neat!" were the proud 
words which the Junior Varsity Cheerleaders yelled many times 
during the course of this year as they aroused enthusiasm among 
spectators at the many basketball and football games. These 
ten energetic girls were chosen last spring and have been busy 
ever since, not only practicing cheers individually, but also work- 
ing together as a group. Their good sportsmanship and high 
degree of school spirit helped to make the games more colorful 
and enjoyable. They were always there in maroon and gold to 
represent their school at the home and away games. The squad 
consisted of one junior, six sophomores, and three freshmen all 
of whom did their part in leading Warwick on to victory! 


Mrs. Conway, sponsor, Frances Fry and 
Sue Nelson, co-captains. 


All smiles and all hands! 


The girls display the school spirit with which they cheer 
their teams on to victory. 


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the quality of the teams 



G.R.A. Officers. BOTTOM ROW, from 
left: Lana Lautenschlager, modern 

dance; Lydia Knight, vice-president; 
Peggy Barclay, president; Joy Hum- 
phries, volleyball; and Mary Cathe- 
rine Ware, archery. MIDDLE ROW, 
from left: Lynn Furman, hockey; Jean 
Cole, secretary-treasurer; Carol Rey- 
nolds, basketball; Phyllis Finch, soft- 
ball; Beryl Slayton, basketball; and 
JoAnn Hamilton, volleyball. BACK 
ROW, from left: Miss McJunkin, Miss 
Cooley, and Miss Royall. 



Participation is shown in after-school baseball. 



Girls display their balancing skill on the parallel 
bars. 



The gym classes enjoy folk dances from many lands. 



Girls race for rebound during an after-school 
basketball game. 


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outstanding. 



Senior Hockey Team. SEATED, from left: Vivian Moberg, Pat Warren, Peggy Bar- After-school tennis is also provided for advanced players, 

clay, Diane Mitchell, and Karen Hudson. STANDING: Kit Cannon, Mary Catherine 
Ware, Carol Reynolds, Shirley Bunch, Sally Goodwin, Lydia Knight, Joy Hum- 
phries, Lynn Furman, and Lana Lautenschlager. 


G.R.A. 

The Girls' Recreation Association had a very suc- 
cessful year, with over 500 girls participating in the 
teams and individual sports. 

This organization welcomed the unskilled as well 
as the skilled, from the eighth grade through the twelfth 
grade. They took part in field hockey, basketball, volley- 
ball, softball, tennis, archery, track and other field events, 
modern dance, and recreational games. 

In addition to the intramural program, teams were 
chosen from the grade levels to play Newport News 
High School and Ferguson High School girls in field 
hockey, basketball, and volleyball. The extra-mural ac- 
tivities were the annual track meeting of the local high 
schools and the Tidewater Field Hockey Clinic and Tourna- 
ment. 

Awards consisting of school letters, stars, and sports- 
manship medals were earned by those who met the re- 
quirements of the G.R.A. Point System. 



G.R.A. Representatives. STANDING, from left: Myrna Vick and Lana Lautenschlager. 
SEATED, from left: Helen Brant, Marie Smithwick, and Vivian Moberg. 






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Volleyball is a popular after-school activity. 


The 100 yard dash proves to be an energetic sport. 


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Students were chosen 



The 1961 Homecoming Court and Escorts. FIRST ROW, from left, Barbara Roundtree, JoAnne Bernardin, Martha Gibbons, Betsy McIntosh, Connie Hardison, Becky Burgess, 
Babs Dunaway, Diane Abbott. SECOND ROW, from left: Steve Lowe, Leslie Rutledge, Larry Gammon, Ned Ball, Ric Bahr, Ronnie Gates, David Lytle. 

Homecoming 


Homecoming 1961-62 was the highlight of fall ac- 
tivities at Warwick High School. The plans for all activi- 
ties concerning Homecoming were formulated by Louisa 
Wilson, chairman, who was aided by a committee of 
about seventy-five active members. This committee was 
sponsored by Mrs. Conway and Miss Neece. 

Over six weeks of planning were devoted to this 
year's homecoming festivities, which truly began with 
the sale of yellow chrysanthemums two weeks before 
the "big night." 

At the Homecoming Pep Rally the regular cheering 
squad was aided by a new group of cheerleaders, some 
boys distinguished as girls. 


"Homecoming at Ooga Mooga," an original play, 
was the topic of the Homecoming Assembly. The gor- 
geous "Cleopatra Smiley" was Homecoming queen at 
that school; however she was completely outdazzled by 
the presentation of the 1961-62 Warwick Homecoming 
court. 

Due to an electrical failure, the Homecoming football 
game and half-time figure were postponed from Friday 
until the following Monday night. Betsy McIntosh, this 
year's queen, was crowned at the rescheduled game. 

Homecoming 1961-62 was a most successful one, as 
a result of the excellent co-operation and teamwork of 
the many interested and enthusiastic workers. 



the eventful 1961 Homecoming game. 


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Queen Betsy and her attendants. 





for outstanding qualities 



Miss Blanca Burgada, Warwick 
High's foreign exchange stu- 
dent from Spain. 




Blanca plays her guitar and sings some of her favorite Spanish songs. 


A.F.S. Officers. From left: Ivan Mears, finance; Susan DeAlba, publicity; Blanca Burgada; 
Becky Burgess, president; and Pat Davis, homes. 


American Field Service 


This year a door was opened for the first time by 
the students of Warwick High School. It was the door of 
international understanding and friendship. Those who 
pass through this open door are teenagers from more 
than 50 foreign countries— all interesting, and eager to 
learn and share with us. Starting with only 50 students 
in 1947, this American Field Service exchange program 
has grown so rapidly that there are now over 1800 stu- 
dents participating. Qur chapter was the seventeenth in 
Virginia. 

The other aspect of the A.F.S. exchange is the pro- 
gram in which a Warwick student can be selected to 
study abroad. 

The A.F.S. Club, made up of ten seniors and eleven 


juniors and sophomores, was responsible for carrying 
on the school activities and projects this year. Raising 
the money to finance the program took a big portion 
of the work that the members contributed to make the 
organization a success. Two of the projects were an inter- 
national relations week and a Twerp week climaxed by 
the Sadie Hawkins Dance. 

Although the chapter and club work directly with 
the American Field Service, it is only through the efforts 
of the entire student body and faculty that A.F.S. is ef- 
fective. It is then only that the motto becomes fact and not 
wishful thinking: "Walk together, talk together, ye peoples 
of the earth; then, and only then, shall we have peace." 



A.F.S. Club. FIRST ROW, from left: Betsy Edison, Beryl Slayton, Liv Lassen, Arthur Three Cheers for Blanca! 

Reilly, Bill Byrns, Becky Burgess, Vivian Mobert, Pat Davis, and Natalie Roberts. 

SECOND ROW: Fred Johnson, Bob Mentzer, Susan DeAlba, Ivan Mears, Mike 
Mears, Ric Bahr, and Delmas Moore. KNEELING: Blanca Burgada. 


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Conscientious students 




D.A.R. Award 
Diane Abbott 


Honored 
S tu den ts 


National Merit Scholarship Finalists. From left to right: Dena Kay Wade, Dorothy Hutton, 
Bill Byrn, Mary Catherine Ware, and Derric Fountain. 


Delegates to Girls' and Boys' State. FIRST ROW, from left: 
Pat Davis, Betsy McIntosh, Beryl Slayton, and Joy Humph- 
ries. SECOND ROW, from left: J. W. Stallings, Ivan 
Mears, Buddy Green, and Ronnie Gates. 


All State Chorus. FIRST ROW, from left: Ninah 
Hubbard, Virginia Robinson, Nancy Naughton, 
and Phyllis Finch. SECOND ROW, from left: 
Elaine Busch, Sally Albertson, and Gayle 
Gates. THIRD ROW, from left: Marcia Gran- 
ger, Ann Messick, and Kathleen Thomas. 
FOURTH ROW, from left: Bill Curling, Dave 
Watkins, and Art Woody. FIFTH ROW, from 
left: Jim Histand and Ronnie Coltrane. SIXTH 
ROW, from left: George Hearn, Tom Johnson, 
and Mr. Tew. 


All State Band. FIRST ROW, from left: Donnie 
Wright and Gay Jarvis. SECOND ROW, from left: 
Ned Holderby and Rickie Thomasson. THIRD ROW, 
from left: Bill Millar and Ann Graham. FOURTH 
ROW, from left: David Givens and Jack Bausman. 


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excelled in scholarship 


A long held dream at Warwick 
was realized in the fall of 1961 
when a charter was granted to the 
school for the establishment of a 
chapter of the National Honor So- 
ciety. At a special assembly, fifty- 
eight members of the Senior Class 
were tapped for membership. Each 
of these students was honored in 
recognition of his outstanding qual- 
ifications in the areas of character, 
scholarship, leadership, and service. 

The members of the newly or- 
ganized chapter elected officers and 
immediately began working to raise 
the standards at Warwick. Among 
the projects which were undertaken 
were the creation of an honor roll 
recognizing students who met cer- 
tain scholastic requirements, and a 
system of tutoring by which Na- 
tional Honor Society students helped 
others. A banquet in honor of out- 
standing students climaxed the year 
—a year which saw the Society es- 
tablish itself as a vital, active force 
at Warwick. 



National Honor Society. FIRST ROW, from left: Chip Barnett, Nancy Borders, Betsy Edison, Diane Kahn, Diane Riley, 
Nancy Gregory, Carol Lipscomb, David Lytle, and Dena Kay Wade. SECOND ROW, from left: Vivian Moberg, Cary 
Flowers, Jeannie Kriebohm, Babs Dunaway, Lynne Davidson, Dorothy Hutton, Ivan Mears, Pat Davis, and Buddy 
Green. THIRD ROW, from left: Phyllis Verell, Betsy McIntosh, Louisa Wilson, Kathleen Rider, Susan Yoder, Bobbi 
Scott, Judy Farmer, and Rod Barbee. FOURTH ROW, from left: Pam Slate, Beryl Slayton, Carolyn LeHew, Mary 
Sue Hassel, Kay Smith, Crystal West, Joann Wade, Penny Good, and Kay Ramsey. FIFTH ROW, from left: Bill 
Burch, Susan DeAlba, Becky Burgess, Joann McConnell, Kenny Gilman, Ronnie Gates, Susan Romans, Jimmy Cow- 
ardin, and Bill Byrn. SIXTH ROW, from left: Betty Jo Burcher, Diane Abbott, Gladys Holland, Lunnette Russell, J. 
W. Stallings, Colston Newton, Lewis Andrews, and Mark Nichols. 



David Lytle, president; Dena Kay Wade, secretary-treasurer; A Cappella Choir opens the assembly to tap Honor Society members. 

Bill Burch, vice-president. 



One after another, deserving seniors are tapped. 


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and leadership 



John William Stallings, model citizen, devoted 
worker, and conscientious student, truly earned the ad- 
miration and respect of both teachers and fellow students 
of the Class of '62. 

J. W.'s ability as a Senior Leader is marked by out- 
standing scholastic achievement and by extracurricular 
participation. His scholastic standing earned for him mem- 
bership in both the National Honor Society and in the 
literary society of Quill and Scroll. Other facets of his par- 
ticipation included lettering in varsity football and J.V. 
basketball, serving as both sophomore and junior class 
presidents, and leading Warwick's S.C.A. as its president. 
J. W. inspiringly served as chaplain of the Key Club, and 
was chosen "Best All Around" among the senior person- 
alities. 

J. W. intends to study law at either Dartmouth Col- 
lege or at Washington and Lee University. 

It is with high regard for his congenial personality, 
for his integrity toward duty, and for his contributions 
toward the welfare of others, that we honor him as 
Senior Leader. 


Senior 



Ivan Lee Mears, who has placed God first in his 
life, others second, and himself last, exemplified leader- 
ship and service in all phases of school and community 
life. His warm personality and genuine interest in others 
added warmth to the lives of everyone who knew him. 

Ivan served his school as S.C.A. Chaplain and his 
church as vice-president of the District Methodist Youth 
Fellowship. He also diversified his participation to the Key 
Club, the National Honor Society, the French Club, and 
chairman of the A.F.S. finance committee. 

In the dramatic production of "A Man Called Peter" 
Ivan played the lead as a famous minister. He partici- 
pated in varsity football for two years, and represented 
Warwick at Boys' State and as a delegate to the S.C.A. 
Federation. He truly earned the title of "Most Likely to 
Succeed" and demonstrated those qualities needed to be 
chosen a Senior Leader. 


His warm, sincere smile and noted intelligence have 
combined to make William Henry Byrn, Jr., one of War- 
wick's most highly regarded Senior Leaders. 

Bill was a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship 
Test and has accomplished outstanding achievements in 
the field of science. 

He has served his school in many ways during his 
three years at Warwick— as president of the Science Club, 
a member of the Key Club and of the Student Co-operative 
Association, and as secretary of the Amateur Radio Club. 
During his senior year. Bill was tapped into the National 
Honor Society, and was voted "Most Intellectual" among 
the senior personalities in his class. 

Bill's high academic record, his strong character, and 
enthusiasm in all phases of school life, have certainly 
served as a good example for those associated with him. 

Best wishes from all of the students and teachers at 
Warwick High go with this most deserving leader. 


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with many rewards 


Betsy Howard McIntosh, voted "Best All Around" by 
the Class of '62, has deserved the title of Senior Leader: 
her versatility and natural charm have earned her a posi- 
tion of enduring prominence in the minds of her class- 
mates and teachers. 

The range of Betsy's activities and honors have in- 
dicated her versatility. While maintaining a high scho- 
lastic average, she served as Class Parliamentarian during 
her junior and senior years, was captain of the cheer- 
leading squad, and reigned as our 1961 Homecoming 
Queen. In the realm of student government, Betsy served 
Warwick in various ways. A member of the S.C.A. Con- 
gress and an alternate delegate to the S.C.A. Federation, 
she was one of four girls chosen in 1961 to represent 
Warwick at Girls' State. 

Betsy's school and extracurricular activities have 
taught us sportsmanship and leadership. We will all re- 
member her out-going personality, vitality, and sincerity. 

Betsy will continue her education at Westhampton 
College in the fall. 


Leaders 




Rebecca Sue Burgess, characteristically thinking for 
herself, inspired last year the formation of an American 
Field Service Chapter at Warwick High School. As presi- 
dent of the new chapter, she led A.F.S. operations, as well 
as her many other activities in high school. 

Intellectually interested in all fields of knowledge, 
Becky was a charter member of the Warwick High Na- 
tional Honor Society. During the summer of her junior 
year, she worked in the Biology Department of the Uni- 
versity of Maryland under a National Science Foundation 
plan. 

As a senior, Becky served as S.C.A. parliamentarian 
and was on the Homecoming Court, the third time for 
this distinction. Interested also in dramatic productions, 
Becky played in two consecutive one-act plays, was a 
member of the state competition-winning cast of "Carou- 
sel," and was a Thespian. 

In the fall Becky will enter Duke University where 
she will continue to be a leader. 


Mary Susan DeAlba, an outstanding senior leader 
and a promising journalist, served as Editor-in-Chief of 
the Earle this year. In her junior year she was a delegate 
to both the Southern Interscholastic Press Association in 
Lexington and the Ford Teenage Press Conference in 
Detroit. She also was a national winner in the News Writ- 
ing Division of a contest, sponsored by the International 
Quill and Scroll. Her many S.C.A. activities also marked 
Susan as a leader. She served as S.C.A. reporter this year, 
vice-president of junior class, and a delegate to two 
S.C.A. conventions. She was Publicity chairman of the 
A.F.S. Chapter, and member of the National Honor Society 
and of Quill and Scroll. Susan's friendly diplomacy and 
fine work in many phases of school life have entitled her 
to the honor of Senior Leader. 

Best wishes from all of Warwick are extended to 
Susan as she attends Westhampton next year. 


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Among the memories 



Most School Spirited 
Lana Lautenschlager and Doug Dobson 


Best All Around 
Betsy McIntosh 
and J. W. Stallings 



Most Popular 
Buddy Kays and Pat Davis 



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of our senior year 



Best Looking 

Karen Ivins and Eddie Barefoot 


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are the friendly personalities 



Most Athletic 

Peggy Barclay and Frankie Emanuel 


Wittiest 

Ellyn Connors and Jerry Jackson 


Cutest 


Diane Abbott and 
Johnny Linzenmier 






of classmates 








Most Intellectual 
Dena Kay Wade and Bill Byrn 



Most Likely to Succeed 
Beryl Slayton and Ivan Mears 


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CARLA DIANE ABBOTT 

S.C. A. Secretary, 12; Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 
11; Publicity, 10; Delegate to S.C. A. District Convention, 12; Delegate to 
Foreign Student Forum, 12; S.C. A. Congress, 10, 11, 12; Executive Council, 
12; D.A.R. Award, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 10, 11; Homecoming Court, 12; French Club, 11, 12; Quill & Scroll, 
11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Senior Personality, 12; Warwick Staff, 
11, 12; Assistant Advertising Mgr., 11, Advertising Mgr., 12; G.R.A., 10, 
11, 12; G.R.A., Letter. 

WILLIAM LEONARD ACKISS 

Chess Club, 10, 11, 12. 

JO HELEN ADAMS 

Cafeteria Committee, 11; Orientation Committee, 11, 12, Chairman, 12; 

Homecoming Committee, 11; S.C. A. Congress, 12; Prom Committee, 11; 
Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12; Quill & Scroll, 
12; Plough Staff, 12, Essay Editor, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11; G.R.A. Letter. 

SARAH LU ADAMS 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Publicity Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 10; 
Social Committee, 10; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; 

G.R.A., 10, 11. 

SALLY JEANETTE ALBERTSON 

Girls' Chorus, 12; F.H.A., 10; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

JENICE ROSALIND ALLEN 

G.R.A., 10, 11. 

RICHARD ALLISON 

Transferred From Lee High School, Fairfax, Va., 12. 

LUCY ANNE ALVIS 

Social Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12; Section Leader, 
12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; F.T.A., 11, 12; Spanish 
Club, 11, 12, President, 12. 

PAMELA SHEILA ANDERSON 

Senior Committees, 12; Library Assistant, 12; Spanish Club, 10; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

WAYNE TALMADGE ANDERSON 

J.V. Baseball, 10; J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Baseball, 11, 12. 

EDWIN LEWIS ANDREWS 

Homecoming Committee, 10; Honor Committee, 10; Science Youth Day, 12; 
Usher, 11, 12; Library Assistant, 10, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Indoor 
Track, 10; Athletic Department Photographer, 11, 12. 

ELSIE CAROL ANDREWS 

Honor Committee, 10; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Home- 
room Officer, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

KAREN LEE ATKINSON 

Senior Committee, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11. 

CAROLYN DAVIS AYERS 

Cafeteria Committee, 12; Future Nurses Club, 10, 11, 12, Chaplain, 12; 
French Club, 11, 12. 

RICHARD DUNCAN BAHR 

Building and Ground Committee, 10, 11, 12, Chairman, 11, 12; S.C. A Con- 
gress, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Key Club, 10, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12, 
Vice President, 12; Indoor Track, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 11, 12; Cross- 
Country Track, 11, 12. 

JAMES EDWARD BALL 

J.V. Football, 10; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Wrestling, 10, 11, 12. 

RODERICK BARBEE 

Prom Committee, 11; Usher, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12; National Honor So- 
ciety, 12. 

MARGARET LEE BARCLAY 

Orientation Committee, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 1 1 • Prom 
Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; 

F. H.A., 10; Senior Personality, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

EDDIE RAY BAREFOOT 

Senior Personality, 12; J.V. Baseball, 10; J.V Football, 10; Wrestling, 10, 11, 

12 . 

CHARLES FREEMAN BARNETT 

Honor Committee, 10; Science Club, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; Usher, 12; 
Key Club, 12; Math Club, 12, President, 12; French Club, 11; National Honor 
Society, 12; Cross-country, 11, 12; Tennis, 10. 

CHARLES GILBERT BAWMAN 
ALEXANDER BOWMANB BAXTER 

Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; Spanish Club, 10. 

KATHY KENT BILLINGTON 

Mixed Chorus, 12; French Club, 10, 11. 

BARBARA MAE BLACK 

G. R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

SAMUEL BLACK, JR. 

Band, 10, 11; Spanish Club, 1 0; Wrestling, 11. 

WILLIAM ALLEN BLACK 

Wrestling, 10, 11. 

CHERYL LEE BLAKE 

Prom Committee, 11; Senoir Committees, 12; F.H.A., 10, 11, 12; Spanish 
Club, 10, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

SARAH JAMES BLANCHARD 

Library Assistant, 10, 12. 

ROBERT EDWARD BLOXOM 

J.V. Football, 10. 

GEORGE FRANKLIN BOOTH 

Transferred From Morehead High School, Leaksville, N.C.; D.E. Club, 11, 12. 

HANNAH MARIE BOOTH 

Senior Committees, 12. 

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NANCY HASTINGS BORDERS 

Project Committee, 12, Chairman, 12; S.C. A. Congress, 12; F.T.A., 12; Spanish 
Club, 11; Quill & Scroll, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Plough Staff, 
11, 12; Essay Editor, 11, Assistant Editor-in-chief, 12; Short Story Editor, 
12; G.R.A., 11, 12. 

LOUIS JOHN BOTT 

Senior Committees, 12. 

CAROLYN MARIE BOWEN 

French Club, 10, 11, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

NED BRUCE BOYETTE, JR. 

"A Man Called Peter,'' 12; ''The Diary of Ann Frank," 11; 1-Act Plays, 11; 
Congress, 11; Homeroom Officer, 11; J.V. Baseball, 10. 

DORITA ELOISE BRADY 

Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11; French Club, 10; G.R A , 11. 

DONNA GAYLE BRANCH 
JUDITH PATCHELL BRANCH 

Chapel Committee, 10; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 10; 
Activity Ticket, 12; Production of 3-Act Plays, "Diary of Anne Frank," 11, 
"See How They Run," 11; Acted in 3-Act Play, "Seventeenth Summer;" 
Production of 1-Act Plays, 10, 11; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10, 11; State 
Competition, 11; Thespian Society, 11, 12; Senior Committees, 12; F.T.A., 12; 
French Club, 11, 12; Quill 8< Scroll, 12; Plough Staff, 12; Poetry Editor, 12. 

WALTER WALLACE BRANCH, JR. 

Acted in 3-Act Play, 12; Mixed Chorus, 12. 

VIRGINIA KAY BRANSCOMB 

Homecoming Committee, 10, 11; Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; Publicity Com- 
mittee, 12; Social Committee, 11; A Cappella Choir, 12; Prom Committee, 11; 
Senior Committees, 12; F.H.A., 10; Spanish Club, 10, 11, 12; G.R.A., 10. 

HELEN LONGAKER BRANT 

Pep Committee, 10; Social Committee, 11, Chairman, 11; Honor Committee, 
10; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 10, 11; 
G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

LINDA CAROLE BRASHEAR 
CAROLYN FAY BRIDGERS 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Accompanist for 1-Act Plays, 12; A Cappella 
Choir, 11, 12, Accompanist, 11, 12; Mixed Chorus, 10; S.C. A. Congress, 12; 
Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12. 

BETTY JANE BRODIE 

Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; G.R.A., 

10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

KAY LYNN BROOKS 

Cafeteria Committee, 12, Chairman, 12; A Cappella Choir, 11, 12; Mixed 
Chorus, 10; S.C. A. Congress, 10, 11; Prom Commiteee, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; 
G.R.A., 10, 11. 

CAROLYN LORETTA BROWN 

Social Committee, 12, Chairman, 12; Pep Committee, 12; S.C. A. Congress, 
12; Prom Committee, 11; Library Assistant, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

BOBBY LAMAR BROWN, III 
ROBERT RONALD BROWN 

Building and Ground Committee, 10, 11, 12; Senior Committees, 12; Varsity 
Football, 10, 11, 12; Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12. 

GRANT JOSEPH BUNCH 

Math Club, 11, 2; Chess Club, 10; Plough Staff, 12; Assistant Essay Editor, 
12; Cross-country Track, 11. 

SHIRLEY RAE BUNCH 

Prom Committee, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

WILLIAM FERRELL BURCH 

S.C. A. Congress, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; Usher, 11, 12; French Club, 

11, 12; National Honor Society, 12, Vice President, 12. 

BETTY JO BURCHER 

Recreation Night Committee, 10; Pep Committee, 10, 11; Homecoming Com- 
mittee, 11; Orientation Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Usher, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; 
G.R.A., 10, 11-, 12; Future Nurses Club, 10, 11, 12, Secretary, 11, 

President, 12. 

NANCY MARIE BURCHER 

Library Assistant, 10. 

BLANCA MARIA BURGADA 

Transferred From Colegio San Miguel, Madrid, Spain, 12; A Cappella Choir, 
12; S.C. A. Congress, 12; Spanish Club, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12; French Club, 12. 

REBECCA SUE BURGESS 

S.C. A. Secretary, 11; S.C. A. Parliamentarian, 12; Acted in 3-Act Play, "Seven- 
teenth Summer," 10; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10, 11, 12; State Competition, 
11; Thespian Society, 10, 11, 12; Delegate to District Convention, 12; Delegate 
to Youth Forum, 11; Executive Council, 11, 12; District Science Fair, 12; 
Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; Homecoming Court, 10, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 
11, 12, President, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Science Club, 11, 12; 
Senior Leader, 12. 

DONALD KEITH BUTLER 

Transferred From Newport News High School, Newport News, Va., 11; Honor 
Committee, 12; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; J.V. Basketball, 
11; Varsity Basketball, 12. 

VIVIAN DOUGLAS BUTLER 

Mixed Chorus, 12; French Club, 10. 

WILLIAM HENRY BYRN, JR. 

Recreation Night Committee, 11; Activity Ticket Committee, 11; Orientation 
Committee, 11, 12; Civil Defense Committee, 12, Chairman, 12; Band, 10, 11; 
S.C. A. Congress, 12; Science Club, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior 
Committees, 12; Usher, 12; Key Club, 12; Math Club, 12; A.F.S. Club, 11, 
12; Radio Club, 11, 12; Chess Club, 11; National Honor Society, 12; Senior 
Personality, 12; Senior Leader, 12. 


GAYLE VAN CAFFEE 

Girls' Chorus, Secretary, 12; Senior Committees, 12. 

LENA CAROLL CAMDEN 
DAVID GRAYLAND CAMPBELL 

"Diary of Anne Frank," 11; Production of 1-Act Plays, 11; Mixed Chorus, 
12; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; Library Assistant, 9; 
J.V. Football, 10. 

PATRICIA ANN CAMPBELL 

Library Assistant, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

KATHLEEN TINSLEY CANNON, JR. 

Pep Committee, 10, 11; Honor Committee, 10, 11; Senior Committees, 12; 
Spanish Club, 11, 12; Science Club, 10, 11: G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

KAY FRANCES CANNON 

Pep Committee, 10; Homecoming Committee, 10; Science Club, 10, 11; Senior 
Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11; Spanish Club, 11, 12, Officer, 12; 
G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

PAULETTE ELOISE CAPOZZI 

Mixed Chorus, 11, Officer, 11; A Cappella Choir, 12; F.H.A., 10; Library 
Assistant, 12. 

JESSE LOUIS CAPPS 

D.E. Club, 12; J.V. Basketball, 10; J.V. Baseball, 10; Varsity Baseball, 11, 12; 
Cross-country Track, 11. 

LINDA FAYE CAPPS 

Transferred From Selma High School, Selma, North Carolina, 10; Mixed 
Chorus, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

ARTHUR ERIKSON CAPSTAFF, JR. 

Science Club, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Usher, 
11, 12; Math Club, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12. 

JACK HARLIN CARPENTER 

Transferred From Boones Creek High School, Johnson City, Tennessee, 10; 
Band, 10; Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11. 

PETER HAMILTON CARPENTER 

Transferred From Tullahoma High School, Tullahoma, Tennessee, 12; Indoor 
Track, 12; Outdoor Track, 12. 

BEVERLY ANN CARR 
WILLIAM HENRY CARRIER 

Transferred From Fredrick Junior College, Portsmouth, Virginia, 12; Pro- 
duction of "A Man Called Peter," 12; Acted in "A Man Called Peter," 12; 
Acted in 1-Act Plays, 12; Library Assistant, 12. 

STELLA MAE CARRITHERS 
EVELYN LEE CASEY 

Transferred from Walsingham Academy, Williamsburg, Virginia, 12; Home- 
coming Committee, 12; Recreation Committee, 12; Mixed Chorus, 12. 

DOROTHY JANE CECIL 

Senior Committees, 12. 

JOHN CHAPPELL 

Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11, 12; Amateur Radio Club, 11, 12, 
President, 11, 12. 

RICHARD DENNIS CHASTEEN 

Transferred from Valley High School, Alabama, 12. 

LINDA DARLENE CLARK 

Pep Committee, 10, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; 
D.E. Club, 12, Officer, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

THEODORA JEAN CLAYMAN 

Girls' Chorus, 9; S.C.A. Congress, 10; Prom Committees, 11; Homeroom Of- 
ficer, 10; F.H.A., 9; D.E. Club, 12, Officer, 12; Library Assistant, 9, 10; 
G.R.A., 10, 11. 

DOUGLAS HARRISON CLEMMONS 

Outdoor Track, 1 1 . 

COLON GERALD CLENDEN1N 
RONALD YOUNG CLOUGH 

Building and Grounds Committee, 10, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12, Officer 
12; Band, 10; Federation Officer, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; S.C.A. Executive 
Council, 12; Honor Committee, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Commit- 
tees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11; Key Club, 12; French Club, 10, 11; Indoor 
Track, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Cross-country Track, 11, 12. 

DANIEL CHANNING COLE 

J.V. Basketball, 10, Co-captain, 10; J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Basketball, 12. 

THOMAS EDGAR COLEMAN 

Homecoming Committee, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 11; Prom Committees, 11; 
Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11; Spanish Club, 10, 11; 

Varsity Football, 10, 11, 12. 

SHARON LYNN CONNER 

Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

ELLYN ELIZABETH CONNORS 

Pep Committee, 11; Homecoming Committee, 12; Production of "See How 
They Run," 11; "A Man Called Peter," 12; "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; 
Acted in "Seventeenth Summer," 10; "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; Produc- 
tion of 1-Act Plays, 10, 11; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10; State Competition, 12; 
Thespian Society, 12, Officer, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 
12; Homeroom Officer, 10; Senior Personality, 12. 

DOROTHY LEE COOK 

Girls' Chorus, 10. 

FRANCES ELAINE COOK 

Transferred from Hampton High School, Hampton, Virginia, 11; Library 
Assistant, 12. 

EDWARD LOWRANCE CORRELL 

Publicity Committee, 12; Honor Committee, 11, 12; Senior Committees, 12; 
Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12. 

JAMES ESTELL COTTRELL 

Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; J.V. Football, 10. 


JAMES HENRY COWARDIN 

Social Committee, 11; Delegate to S.C.A. State Convention, 11; Delegate to 
S.C.A. Federation, 11, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 
11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; Key Club, 10, 11, 
12, Officer, 11, 12; Math Club, 12; National Honor Society, 12; J.V. Basketball, 
10; J.V. Football, 10; Tennis, 10, 11, 1 2; Wrestling, 11, 12. 

THOMAS E. COX 

D.E. Club, 12. 

LYNDA LOUISE COZART 

Transferred from Stuttgart American High School, Stuttgart, Germany, 11; 
F.N.A., 11; Prom Committee, 11; Pep Committee, 11. 

GWENDOLYN SUE CRAFT 

Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Pep Com- 
mittee, 10, 11, 12; Social Committee, 10; Production of "A Man Called 
Peter," 12; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10; Honor Committee, 11; Prom Com- 
mittees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11, 
1 2, Letter. 

HOWARD RAY CREWS 

D.E. Club, 12. 

PAULETTE ELIZABETH CREWS 

D.E. Club, 12; G.R.A., 10. 

PAMELA CAROL CRIDLIN 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 10; Honor Committee, 10; Prom 
Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; F.H.A., 
10; Math Club, 12; French Club, 12. 

WILLIAM GORDON CULLITON, III 

D.E. Club, 12. 

JOSEPH ANTHONY CULOTTA 

Spanish Club, 10, 11. 

FROST HERNDON CUNNINGHAM 

Publicity Committee, 12; Band, 10, 11; Honor Committee, 12; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; Quill and Scroll, 12; "Plough" Staff, 
Assistant Short Story Editor, Secretary, 12. 

LEO WAYNE CURRY 

Transferred from Childersburg High School, Childersburg, Alabama; Senior 
Committees, 12. 

LUTHER ELTON DAMRON 
CARLES LYNN DAVIDSON 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11; Honor Com- 
mittee, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 
10, 11; French Club, 11, 12; Quill & Scroll, 11, 12, Historian, 12; National 
Honor Society, 12; The "Warwick" Staff, 11, 12; Business Manager, 12. 

ANN LOUISE DAVIS 

Library Assistant, 12. 

PATRICIA CARROLL DAVIS 

Class Vice-President, 10; Class Treasurer, 11; S.C.A. Treasurer, 12; Publicity 
Committee, 10; Pep Committee, 11; Orientation Committee, 12, Delegate 
to S.C.A. Federation, 11, 12; Federation Secretary, 11; Delegate to Youth 
Forum, 11; Delegate to Virginia Girls' State, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11, 
12; Executive Council, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; 
Homeroom Officer, 10; French Club, 11, 12; Quill & Scroll, 11, 12; Na- 
tional Honor Society, 12; Senior Personality, 12; The "Warwick" Staff, 11, 12, 
Assistant Picture Editor, 11, Picture Editor, 12; Girls' Recreation Associa- 
tion, 10, 11. 

OPAL IMOGENE DAY 

Transferred from Cave Spring High School, Roanoke, Virginia; "See How 
They Run," 11; "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; Production of 1-Act Plays, 11; 
Band, 10, 11, 12; Band Officer, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 10, 11. 

MARY SUSAN DeALBA 

Vice-President, 11; S.C.A. Reporter, 12; Pep Committee, 10; Publicity Com- 
mittee, 11; Orientation Committee, 12; Recreation Night Committee, 11; 
Co-chairman of Recreation Night Committee, 11; Delegate to S.C.A. District 
Convention, 11, 12; Delegate to Youth Forum, 12; Delegate to SIPA Conven- 
tion, 11; Delegate to Tidewater Press Convention, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 11, 
12; S.C.A. District Convention, 11, 12; Executive Council, 12; Honor Council, 
10, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Homeroom Officer, 10; French Club, 11, 12; 
A.F.S. Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; The "Earle" Staff, 11, 12, 
Advertising Manager, 11, Editor-in-Chief, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 
10, 11; Senior Personality; Senior Leader. 

DOUGLAS EUGENE DECKARD 

D.E. Club, 12. 

ALVA LEE DEDMOND 

Homecoming Committee 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11. 

SUZANNE GABRIELLE DePOIX 

Transferred from Washington-Lee High, Arlington, Virginia; A Cappella Choir, 
12; French Club, 12. 

ROBERT BRAYTON DERBY, JR. 

Orientation Committee, 12; Activity Ticket Committee, 11, 12; Homecoming 
Committee, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Spanish 
Club, 10, 11. 

NANCY CAROL DIAMOND 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Honor Committee, 10; Senior 
Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10. 

RICHARD OTIS DICKERSON 

A Cappella Choir, 11, 12; Mixed Chorus, 10. 

JOAN ANNETTE DIXON 

Mixed Chorus, 12; F.H.A. Club, 10, 11. 

MORRIS DOUGLAS DOBSON 

Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Leadership 
Training Committee, 12; Social Committee, 10, 11; Delegate to Tidewater 
Press Convention, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior 
Committee, 12; Key Club, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12; Quill & Scroll, 12; Senior 
Personality, 12; "Earle" Staff, 12. 


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NANCY ELIZABETH DOBSON 

Program Committee, 10; Activity Ticket Committee, 10. 

GEORGE STEPHEN DODSON 

Senior Committees, 12. 

JAMES GUY DOUGLAS 

Production of "The Diary of Anne Frank," 11; Varsity Baseball, 10, 11, 12. 

MATTHEW PAUL DREWERY, JR. 

JANE IRVING DRUEN 

Cafeteria Committee, 10; Orientation Committee, 11; Office Assistant, 12; 
Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Future Teachers, 11, 12; 

F.H.A., 11, 12; G.R.A., 10. 

BARBARA JEAN DUNAWAY 

Transferred from Lancaster High School, Kilmarnock, Virginia, 11; Class 
Secretary, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Social Committee, 11; 

Chairman of Brotherhood Week, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Prom Committees, 
11; Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; Homecoming Court, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
National Honor Society, 12. 

JAMES OLA DUNN, JR. 

Spanish Club, 1 2. 

ROSALIE ELLEN EAMES 

Publicity Committee, 11, 12; Production of "A Man Called Peter," 12; Future 
Teachers, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12; G.R.A., 11. 

EVELYN ELIZABETH EASTMAN 

Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

BARBARA LEE EDDY 

Transferred from Leilehua High School, Wahiawa, Hawaii, 12. 

GREGORY ELTON EDGERTON 

Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Honor Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 

10, 12; Math Club, 12; Spanish Club, 12. 

BETSY LOU EDISON 

Pep Committee, 10, 11; Homecoming Committee, 12; Publicity Committee, 
11; Orientation Committee, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; 
Delegate to S.I.P.A., 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; 
Homeroom Officer, 12; Usher, 12; Future Teachers, 12; F.H.A., 10; French 
Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 11, 12; Quill & Scroll, 11, 12; National Honor 
Society, 12; "Plough" Staff, 11, 12, Assistant Poetry Editor, 11, Short Story 
Editor, 12; G.R.A., 11, 12. 

GEORGE CLINTON EDWARDS 

Building and Grounds Committee, 11; Indoor Track, 10; Outdoor Track, 10; 
Cross-country Track, 11, 12. 

THOMAS FRANKLIN EMANUEL 

Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Senior Personality, 12; Varsity 
Baseball, 10; Varsity Football, 10, 11, 12, Co-captain, 12; Indoor Track, 11, 
1 2; Outdoor Track, 11, 1 2; Wrestling, 10, 11, 12. 

BEVERLY ZANE ENSLEY 

Cafeteria Committee, 10, 11; Pep Committee, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 10; Prom 
Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11; G.R.A., 10, 

11, 12, Letter; Future Nurses Club, 10. 

AWILDA NAVARRO ESTRADA 

Deleagte to Youth Forum, 10; Delegate to F.H.A Convention, 11; French 
Club, 10, 11, 12. 

BETTY DIVERS FARMER 

Spanish Club, 10; G.R.A., 12. 

JUDITH MARSHALL FARMER 

Cafeteria Committee, 10; Building and Grounds, 11; Senior Committee, 12; 
Pep Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Spanish Club, 10, 11; National 
Honor Society, 12. 

REBA LENORA FAUBION 

Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; D.E. Club, 12; Library Assistant, 

12 , 

MICHAEL MERLE FEHL 

Social Committee, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; Activity Committee, 12; 
Cafeteria Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Key Club, 10, 11, 12; 
J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Football, 11, 12; Tennis, 10, 11, 12. 

NANCY DAVIS FIEGE 

Senior Committee, 12; D.E. Club, 12. 

JUDI SMITH FIELDS 

Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12;G.R.A., 10, 11. 

JOAN PHYLLIS FINCH 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Com- 
mittee, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

MARY LOUISE FINCH 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior 
Committee, 12. 

SANDRA LEE FITZGERALD 

Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; Prom Committee, 11; 
Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; J.V. Cheerleader, 
10; Varsity Cheerleader, 11, 12. 

DELORES ANN FLEMING 

Pep Committee, 10, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11. 

CARY LYNNE FLOWERS 

Class Secretary-Treasurer, 10; Class Secretary, 11; Homecoming Committee, 
10, 11; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Publicity Committee, 10, 11; Delegate 
to S.C.A. District Convention, 10, 11; Delegate to S.C.A. Federation, 11, 12; 
Federation Officer, 12; Delegate to SIPA Convention, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 
10, 11, 12; Executive Council, 12; Honor Committee, 10; Prom Committee, 
11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; French Club, 11, 12; Quill 
& Scroll, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; The "Warwick" Staff, 11, 12, 
Copy Editor, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 10, 11, 12. 

MARTHA CATHERINE FOLSOM 

Mixed Chorus, 10; District Science Fair, 10; Senior Committee, 12; Spanish 

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Club, 10. 

LINDA RUTH FOSTER 

"Curious Savage," 10; "Seventeenth Summer," 10; Production of 1-Act 
Plays, 10; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10; Thespian Society, 10, 11, 12, Officer, 
12; Honor Committee, 11, 12; Senior Committee, 12, Homeroom Officer, 
10, 11, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 10, 12. 

CLEVELAND DERRIC FOUNTAIN 

Honor Committee, 12; Senior Committee, 12; Spanish Club, 10. 

MICHAEL CLINTON FOUSHEE 

Homecoming Committee, 10, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 10; Magazine Sales, 
11; Social, 11; Homeroom Officer, 10; Spanish Club, 10, 11, 12. 

ELINOR LOUISE FURMAN 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 12; Social Committee, 10; 
Orientation Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; 
Homeroom Officer, 10; French Club, 11, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 
10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

GUY FRANKLIN FUTRELL 

Senior Committee, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

PAULETTE FAYE GALLIMORE 

Homeroom Officer, 10; F.H.A., 12; French Club, 10; Girls' Recreation As- 
sociation, 12. 

LARRY JAMES GAMMON 

S.C.A. Congress, 12; Honor Committee, 11; Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; Usher, 
11; Varsity Baseball, 10, 11, Co-captain, 12. 

BETTY FAY GARRETT 

Transferred from Hampton High School, Hampton, Virginia, 11. 

CLYDE RICHARD GARRETT 

Transferred from Hampton High, Hampton, Va. 

GAYLE YVONNE GATES 

A Cappella Choir, 12. 

MARGARET DOUTHAT GAULEY 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Honor Committee, 11; Girls' Recre- 
ation Association, 11, 12. 

GLENN EARNEST GILES, JR. 

Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 12; 
Varsity Football, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 11, 12. 

STEPHEN FITZHUGH GILL 

Social Committee, 11; Building and Grounds, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Com- 
mittee, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 
12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; Key Club, 12; National Honor Society, 12; 
Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Cross-country, 10, 11. 

KENNETH ALLEN GILLIAM 

Pep Committee, 12; Homecoming, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Com- 
mittee, 12; Key Club, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Manager of J.V. 
Football, 1 1 ; Manager of Indoor Track, 1 1 . 

STUART FLEMING GILMAN 

Building and Grounds, 10, 11, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Senior Committee, 
12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; French Club, 10; The "Earle" Staff, 11, 
12, Sports Editor; Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12; 
Cross-country, 10, 11, 12. 

NANCY CLEE GIRTON 

Pep Committee, 10; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Library 
Assistant, 10. 

ELAINE SILVENT GOMPERS 
JEAN PENDLETON GOOD 

Activity Ticket Committee, 11; Chairman; S.C.A. Congress, 11, 12; Honor 
Committee, 10; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; 

The "Plough" Staff, Feature Editor, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 11. 

SALLY ROBERTA GOODWIN 

Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; Mixed Chorus, 10; Girls' 
Chorus, 11; Honor Committee, 11, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; French 
Club, 11, 12; Varsity Cheerleader, 11, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 
10 , 11 , 12 . 

EUGENIA GRAHAM 
MARCIA WADE GRANGER 

Girls' Chorus, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 10; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Com- 
mittee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor 
Society, 12. 

JUDY VIRGINIA GRANT 

Pep Committee, 10; Social Committee, 10, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Prom 
Committee, 1 1 . 

THOMAS WAYNE GRAY 

Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; A Cappella 
Choir, 12; Honor Committee, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Com- 
mittee, 12; Usher, 11, 12; French Club, 10, 11, 12. 

HERBERT ROBERTS GREEN, JR. 

Second Vice-President of S.C.A., 11; First Vice-President, 12; Orientation Com- 
mittee, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; Band, 10, 11; All-State Band, 10; 
Delegate to S.C.A. District Convention, 12; Delegate to S.C.A. Federation, 
11, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 11, 12; Executive Council, 11, 12; Prom Com- 
mittee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; Key Club, 11, 12; 
Spanish Club, 11; National Honor Society, 12; J.V. Football, 10; Varsity 
Football, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 11, 12; Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12. 

WILFRED ARMSTRONG GREGORY JR. 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; J.V. Basketball, 10. 

JOANN LEE GREEN 

Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; F.H.A., 12; 

Spanish Club, 10. 

NANCY JOY GREGORY 

Pep Committee, 10; Acted in 1-Act Play, 10, 12; Senior Committee, 12; 
French Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12; National Honor Society, 12; The 
"Plough" Staff, Assistant Book Review Editor, 12„ 


SAMUEL CHAPMAN GRINELS 

Band, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra, 10, 11, 12; Dance Band, 12; Radio Club, 11, 12. 

THOMAS EARL GROVES 
BARBARA DONN GRUNER 

Transferred from Asheboro High School, Asheboro, North Carolina, 12. 

JEAN HALEY 

Pep Committee, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; Homecoming Committee, 
12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 
12; Library Assistant, 12; French Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 11; Spanish 
Club, 11, 12. 

CARLIE SUE HALL 

Transferred from Jefferson Senior High School, Roanoke, Virginia, 11; 
Mixed Chorus, 12; Senior Committee, 12. 

DONNA MARIE HALL 

Transferred from Poitiers American High, Poitiers, France, 10; Quill & 
Scroll, 12; The "Plough" Staff, Poetry Editor, 12. 

ROBERT MELVIN HANSFORD, JR. 

Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10; Cross-country, 10, 11, 12; 
Manager of Indoor Track, 12. 

JUDY HELEN HARMON 

Mixed Chorus, 10; F.H.A., 10; Girls' Recreation Association, 11. 

vincent McDonald Harris, jr. 

Building and Grounds, 11; Senior Committee, 12; D.E. Club, 12; J.V. Baseball, 
11; J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Baseball, 11, 12; Cross-country, 11. 

KIRBY JONATHAN HARRISON 

Prom Committee, 10, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12; 
Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Cross-country, 10, 11, 12. 

LINDA LEE HARVELL 
JACQUELINE FAYE HARVEY 

Recreation Committee, 12; "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; "See How They 
Run," 11; Production of 1-Act Play, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Com- 
mittee, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter, 12. 

EILEEN MARY HASHBERGER 

Mixed Chorus, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12. 

MARY SUE HASSEL 

Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National 
Honor Society, 12. 

BETTY FRANCES HAWKER 

Mixed Chorus, 10; D.E. Club, 12. 

RICHARD CLYDE HAYES 
NANCY LEIGH HAZELWOOD 

Mixed Chorus, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12; D.E. Club, 12; Spanish Club, 10. 

SYLVIA LYNETTE HEAD 
GEORGE LEE HEARN 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11. 

PATSY ANN HEDDEN 


Senior Committee, 12. 

GRACE ANN HENNINGER 


Transferred from Smyrna School, Smyrna, North Carolina, 12. 

LAURENCE NOLAN HENRY 

"Spring," 10; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10; Senior Committee, 12; Radio Club, 

11 , 12 . 

JOHN LESTER HILL JR. 


Spanish Club, 10. 

JAMES LANDIS HISTAND, JR. 

A Cappella Choir, 12. 

SANDRA GAYLE HOGGE 

Girls' Chorus, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 11; Spanish Club, 11. 

CHARLES EDWARD HOLDERBY 

Band, 10, 11, 12, President, 12, Section Leader, 11, 12; All-State Band, 12; 
Prom Committee, 11. 

GLADYS ARNOLD HOLLAND 

Class Reporter, 11; Orientation Committee, 11; Pep Committee, 11, 12; 
S.C.A. Congress, 11, 12; Honor Council, 10; Prom Committee, 11; Senior 
Committee, 12; Future Teachers, 11, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; 

French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 
10, 11; G.R.A. Letter. 

JOHN RICHARD HOLMES 
KATHRYN MARY RUTH HOLMES 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Social Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 12; Prom 
Committee, 11; Homeroom Officers, 11; Spanish Club, 10. 

ANADDA SUSAN HOOVER 


Mixed Chorus, 12; Spanish Club, 10. 

NANCY NELSON HOYLE 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; "See How They 
Run," 11; Student Director of "A Man Called Peter," 12; Production of 
1-Act Plays, 11, 12; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 11, 12; Thespian Society, 11, 12; 
Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; 
French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Girls' Recreation As- 
sociation, 10, 11. 

SANDRA LOUISE HOYLE 


Senior Committee, 12; French Club, 10, 11, 12; Girls' Recreation Association, 
10, 11; G.R.A. Letter. 

DIANA LOUISE HUBBARD 


Transferred from Abraham Lincoln High, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 12. 

EDWARD LEWIS HUBBARD 

Transferred from Stutlgart High, Stuttgart, Germany. 

BEVERLY JEANNE HUCKINS 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Com- 


mittee, 12; F.H.A., 10; Girls' Recreation Association, 10; Future Nurses Club, 

10, 11, Chaplain, 1 2. 

EDITH MAE HUDGINS 

F.H.A., 10; D.E. Club, 12. 

MILLICENT ANN HUDGINS 

Transferred from Irvin High School, El Paso, Texas; G.R.A., 12. 

KAREN LORAINE HUDSON 

Magazine Committee, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

LISKER DAVID HUDSON 

Spanish Club, 1 1 . 

MARGARET JOYNER HUMPHRIES 

Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; Delegate to Va. Girls' State, 11; Prom Com- 
mittee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; A.F.S. Club, 
12; Spanish Club, 11, 12, Secretary, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

DAVID LEPINE HUNT 
RONALD HOWARD HUNT 

Social Committee, 12; Building and Grounds Committee, 12; S.C.A. Con- 
gress, 10; Senior Committee, 12; J.V. Basketball, 10; Varsity Football, 10, 11, 
12; Outdoor Track, 11. 

DOROTHY MAE HUTTON 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Social Committee, 12, Chairman, 12; Home- 
coming Committee, 11, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior 
Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; Future Teachers, 12; French Club, 

11, 12; Quill & Scroll, 12; National Honor Society, 12; The "Plough" Staff, 

12, Art Editor; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

FRANCES GILBERT IVEY 

Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11. 

KAREN LEIGH IVINS 

Pep Committee, 10, 11; A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Honor 
Committee, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Of- 
ficer, 10, 11; Spanish Club, 10, 11, 12; Senior Personality, 12; Varsity Cheer- 
leader, 1 1 . 

JERRY DAVIS JACKSON 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Produced 3-Act Plays, 10, 11; Acted in 3-Act 
Play, 10; Acted in 1-Act Play, 11, 12; Thespian Society, 11, 12; S.C.A. Con- 
gress, 10; Honor Council, 12; Senior Committee, 12; Senior Personality, 12; 
J.V. Baseball, Co-captain, 10; J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Baseball, 11, 12; Var- 
sity Football, 11, 12. 

THARON JACKSON 
BRENDA CAROLE JARRELL 

Mixed Chorus, 12. 

STEVEN ANDREW JARRETT 

Orientation Committee, 12; Activity Ticket Committee, 11; Homecoming 
Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Spanish Club, 
10 , 11 . 

HENRY MARSHALL JEFFERSON 

Acted in 3-Act Play, 12; Mixed Chorus, 12. 

JUDITH ANN JOHNSON 

Mixed Chorus, 12; F.H.A., 10, 11; G.R.A., 10. 

MARGARET ANN JOHNSON 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11, 12; Senior Committee, 12. 

MICHAEL DUTRO JOHNSON 
THOMAS MITCHELL JOHNSON 

Homecoming Committee, 11; A Cappella Choir, 12, Officer; Mixed Chorus, 
11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12. 

CAROLYN JO ANN JONES 


Prom Committee, 11. 

FRANKLIN VINCENT JONES 

Band, 10. 

MARVIN WESLEY JONES 

Mixed Chorus, 12; J.V. Football, 11; Manager of Varsity Baseball, 11. 

DIANNE RAE KAHN 

Acted in 3-Act Play, 11; Acted in 1-Act Play, 10; Thespian Society, 11, 12, 
Chaplain; Future Teachers, 12; French Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 11; Quill 
& Scroll, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; "Plough" Staff, 11, 12, Publicity 
Editor, 11, Essay Editor, 12; G.R.A., 10. 

BETH HOPE KANNER 

Spanish Club, 10. 

JOHN STANLEY KAYS 

Vice-President of Senior Class, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 10, 12; French Club, 11, 12; Senior Personality, 12; Varsity Football, 
10, 11, Co-captain, 12; Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12. 

SIDNEY CHARLES KEEN 
DAVID LYNN KIETH 


Transferred from Judique-Creignish High School, Port Hastings, Nova Scotia. 

FREDERICK GORDON KEMP 

D.E. Club, 12. 

GORDEN CARL KEPPARD 
ELIZABETH BEVERLY KERFOOT 

Spanish Club, 10; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

CAROLYN FRANCES KERSEY 

Senior Committee, 12; F.H.A., 12; Library Assistant, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 
10; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

JESSE HERMAN KIMERY 
CHARLES MILTON KING 


Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10. 

ROSALINDE GERTRUDE KING 

A Cappella Choir, 11, 12; Mixed Chorus, 10; Melotones Trio, 11, 
teria Committee, 11, 12. 


JAY HENRY KLOSE 


12; Cafe- 


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Homecoming Committee, 12; Magazine Committee, 11; Prom Committee, 11; 
Senior Committee, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

LYDIA JANE KNIGHT 

Mixed Chorus, 10; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; 
G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

JEANNE MARIE KREIBOHM 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11; Brotherhood 
Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 10, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Varsity 
Cheerleader, 12; J.V. Cheerleader, Co-captain, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

SHARON LEE KUMMER 

Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12. 

BARBARANN LA FLAMME 

Transferred from Augsburg American High School, Augsburg, Germany. 

CHARLES SHAW LAIRD JR. 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Senior Committee, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; 
Chess Club, 10, 11, 12; J.V. Basketball, 10; Varsity Basketball, 11, 12; 
Outdoor Track, 11, 12. 

DAVID MARSHALL LAMBERT 
GLORIA JEAN LANGLEY 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 10, 11; Delegate to Virginia 
Girls' State, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Future 
Teachers, 12; F.H.A., 10; Spanish Club, 10; G.R.A., 11. 

LANA DAWN LAUTENSCHLAGER 

Pep Committee, 11, 12; Social Committee, 12; Homecoming Committee, 12; 
Publicity Committee, 12; Acted in 1-Act Play, 12; Band, 11, Pipe Section; 
S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11; Honor Council, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior 
Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 10; Senior Per- 
sonality, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

DAVID BALDWIN LAYNE 
CAROLYN DEE LEHEW 

Homecoming Committee, 11; Recreation Night Committee, 10, 11; Activity 
Ticket Committee, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; 
Girls' Chorus, 11; Honor Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Usher, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 11, 12; National 
Honor Society, 12; Future Nurses Club, 10, 11, 12, Historian, 12; G.R.A., 
10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

STUART LAYNE LEIGH 

Leadership-training Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 
12; Science Club, 11; Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Spanish Assembly 
Committee, 10, 11. 

SHARON SUE LERCHE 

Prom Committees, 11. 

VIRGINIA ANNE LINDSAY 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Prom Com- 
mittee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Usher, 12; French Club, 10, 11, 12. 

JOSEPH CLIFFORD LINEBERRY, JR. 

Recreation Night Committee, 11; Hall Committee, 12; Radio Club, 11, 12. 

FRANK JOHN LINZIMMEIR, III 

Acted in 1-Act Play, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; Senior 
Personality, 12; J.V. Football, 11. 

CAROL LYNN LIPSCOMB 

Homecoming Committee, 11; Cafeteria Committee, 11; Orientation Com- 
mittee, 11, 12, Chairman, 12; Leadership-training Committee, 12; S.C.A. 
Congress, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 10; F.T.A., 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12; National 
Honor Society, 12; G.R.A., 10. 

GAYLE LYNN LOCKHART 

Mixed Chorus, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12; G.R.A., 11. 

JOHN LONG 
ROBERT CROSBY LONG 

D.E. Club, 12. 

WILLIAM STUART LOTTIER 

Cafeteria Committee, 10, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Pep Com- 
mittee, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Of- 
ficer, 10; Math Club, 10, 11; French Club, 10; A.F.S. Club, 11, 12; Tennis, 10. 

STEPHEN BRENT LOWE 

Prom Committees, 11; Indoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12. 

RUDY V. LUETHY 

Chess Club, 10, 1 1, 12. 

GLORIA JEAN LUMPKIN 

Girls' Recreation Association, 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

DAVID SWAIN LYNCH 

Acted in 3-Act Play, "A Man Called Peter"; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 12; Prom 
Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; J.V. Football, 10; Outdoor Track, 10. 

DAVID BOWEN LYTLE 

Band, 10, 11; All State Band, 10; Delegate to S.C.A. District Convention, 10; 
Delegate to S.C.A. Federation, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Honor Council, 12; 
Honor Committee, 10; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Home- 
room Officer, 10, 11, 12; Usher, 11; Key Club, 10, 11, 12; Quill & Scroll, 
12; National Honor Society, 12; The "Plough" Staff, Feature Editor, 12. 

MICHAEL EUGENE LYTLE 

D.E. Club, 12. 

CAROL SUE MABE 

Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; F.H.A., 10, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

colin McIntosh 

Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

DOUGLAS WALKER MacLEOD 

Pep Committee, 10, 12; Homecoming Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; 
Senior Committees, 12. 

ROBERT THAD MACKIE 
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Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Manager of Varsity Basketball, 11. 

WILLIAM J. MADER 

Transferred from St. George High School, Evanston, Illinois, 12. 

ALFRED JAMES MADSEN, JR. 

Honor Committee, 12; Varsity Football, 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12. 

SALLIE JOANNE MANEY 

Band, 10, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10. 

MARGARET CATHRYNE MANN 

Future Teachers, 1 1 . 

SHERRILL NELSON MANN 

Orientation Committee, 11; Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 

10, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Spanish Club, 10. 

ESTHER IONE MARSHALL 

D.E. Club, 12. 

WARWICK GARNER MARSHALL, III 
BILLY JOE MARTIN 

Wrestling, 12. 

CHARLES VINCENT MAYER 

J.V. Baseball, 10, Co-captain; Varsity Baseball, 11, 12; Varsity Football, 

10 , 11 , 12 . 

FRANK AYLETT MAYO 

Transferred from Mansfield High School, Mansfield, Arkansas, 10; Girls' 
Chorus, 10. 

Joann McConnell 

Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 11, 12; Publicity Com- 
mittee, 12; Social Committee, 11, 12; Chairman of Christmas Spirit Week, 
12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 
11; Math Club, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; 
Senior Personality, 12; G.R.A., 11. 

JAMES RALPH McKEEL 

Spanish Club, 10. 

PHYLLIS PAMELA McKENZIE 

Prom Committees, 11; Library Assistant, 12. 

LYNN ELLEN McKERRAL 

French Club, 10; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

ROBERT CHARLES McCLELLEN 

Science Club, 11, 12. 

TERRY LEE MEADOWS 

Orientation Committee, 12; Cafeteria Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; 
Usher, 12; Quill & Scroll, 12; "Earle" Staff, 12, Advertising Manager, 12; 
"Plough" Staff, 12, Typing Editor, 12; J.V. Baseball, 11. 

IVAN LEE MEARS 

S.C.A. Chaplain, 12; Acted in "A Man Called Peter," 12; Acted in 1-Act 
Plays and State Competition, 12; Delegate to S.C.A. District Convention, 
12; S.C.A. Federation, 12; Virginia Boys' State, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 

11, 12; Executive Council, 12; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 
10, 11; Key Club, 12; A.F.S. Club, 11; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor 
Society, 12; Senior Personality, 12; Senior Leader, 12; Varsity Football, 10, 11. 

WILLIAM EDWARD MEININGER 

French Club, 11, 12; Manager of Outdoor Track Team, 1 1 . 

CARLA MILES MERRITT 
ALBERT S. MILLER, III 

Hall Committee, Chairman, 12. 

GLENN EDWARD MILLER 

Mixed Chorus, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Homeroom Officer, 11; J.V. 
Football, 10. 

PATRICIA ANN MILLER 

Activity Ticket Committee, 11; Pep Committee, 10; A Cappella Choir, 12; 
Mixed Chorus, 11, Reporter, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 
12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; Spanish Club, 10; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

RONALD RAY MILLER 

Acted in "See How They Run," 11; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 11, 12; State Com- 
petition, 11; District Competition, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 11; Prom Committees, 
11; Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; Varsity Football, 
10, 11, 12; Wrestling, 11. 

SANDRA LYNN MILLER 

Production of "The Curious Savage," 10; "Seventeenth Summer," 10; Pro- 
duction of 1-Act Plays, 10; Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
Orientation Committee, 12; Science Club, 11; Pep Committee, 10; G.R.A., 
10 , 11 . 

GREGORY LARRY MINTER 

Varsity Baseball, 12. 

BRENDA LEE MINTON 

Transferred from Princess Anne High School, Norfolk, Virginia, 10; Home- 
coming Committee, 10; Prom Committees, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

EDGAR VERNON MITCHELL, II 
KATHLEEN DIANN MITCHELL 

Girls' Chorus, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

VIVIAN ELIN MOBERG 

Remembrance Committee, 11; Homecoming Committee, 11; Pep Committee, 

12, Chairman, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11; Math Club, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
A.F.S. Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. 
Letter. 

MARY SUE MONFALCONE 

Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Leadership-training Committee, 12; Orientation 
Committee, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homerpom 
Officer, 12; Usher, 12; F.H.A., 10; G.R.A., 10. 

PATRICIA ANN MOONEY 

Pep Committee, 12; Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Homecoming Committee, 
12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; 


G.R.A., 10, 11. 

WILLUS L. MORGAN 

J.V. Basketball, 10, 11; J.V. Football, 10, 11; Indoor Track, 10; Outdoor 
Track, 10. 

DIANE MARY MULLEN 

Pep Committee, 10; Social Committee, 10; Girls' Chorus, 12; Prom Com- 
mittees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11, 12; "Plough" Staff, 12, 
Business Manager and Assistant Feature Editor, 12; G.R.A., 12. 

JOHN DONALD MUMAW 
WILLIAM MAUNCE MYERS 

J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Football, 11. 

NANCY ANN NAUGHTON 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; Recreation Com- 
mittee, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Pipe Section of Band, 
12; Prom Committees, 12; Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11. 

ELIZABETH MAE NEAL 


Library Assistant, 10, 12. 

CYNTHIA JANE NEVIN 

Mixed Chorus, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12. 

BRENDA LORRAINE NEWMAN 

Homecoming Committee, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; 
Homeroom Officer, 10. 

EDWARD COLSTON NEWTON 

Publicity Committee, 10, 11, 12, Chairman, 11, 12; Acted in "Diary of Anne 
Frank," 11; "See How They Run," 11; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10, 11; Thespian 
Society, 11, 12, Vice-President, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 11, 12; Quill & Scroll 
Award, 12; Key Club, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor So- 
ciety, 12; Senior Personality, 12; "Plough" Staff, 12, Assistant Art Editor, 
12; Manager of Indoor Track, 10; Manager of Outdoor Track, 10. 

MARK LOVEL NICHOLS 

Pep Committee, 12; Usher, 12; Math Club, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National 
Honor Society, 12; Indoor Track, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 11; Cross-country 
Track, 10, 11. 

BETTY CAROLYN OLIPHANT 

F.H.A., 10; French Club, 11, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

HENRY CLAY O'PRY, III 

D.E. Club, 12; Spanish Club, 10 

DAVID LEE OSBORNE 

Honor Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; D.E. Club, 12; Library Assistant, 
10; Cross-country Track, 10. 

NORMAN RICHARD OSWALD 
VALLEY LYNDON OWENS 

Mixed Chorus, 12. 

CHARLES JEFFERS PAGE 

Leadership-training Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; Key Club, 11, 12; French Club, 11; 
J.V. Basketball, 10; Varsity Baseball, 11, 12. 

JOHN WOODSON PALMER 

Senior Committees, 12; Publicity Committee, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12. 

BETTY JEAN PARKER 
EDWARD LEE PARKER 

Transferred from Augusta Military Academy, 12. 

MARY LOUISE PARKS 

D.E. Club, 12; Library Assistant, 11. 

CHARLENE MARY PATTEN 

Pep Committee, 10; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; 
Mixed Chorus, 10; Girls' Chorus, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; Spanish Club, 11, 12. 

SONJA LORRAINE PEACH 

Cafeteria Committee, 11; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 11; Mixed Chorus, 12; Delegate 
to F.H.A. Convention, 10; Homeroom Officer, 10; Library Assistant, 12; 
Spanish Club, 11; G.R.A., 11. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR PECK 

Transferred from Washington-Lee High School, Arlington, Virginia, 11; Senior 
Committees, 12; French Club, 12; Varsity Basketball, 11, 12; Varsity Base- 
ball, 11, 12; Varsity Football, 12. 

EILEENE MOORE PENDLETON 


Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; Library Assistant, 10. 

JANE DOROTHY PENNER 

Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Pep Com- 
mittee, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 
12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; French Club, 10, 11, 12; J.V. Cheerlead#r, 11, 
Captain, 1 1 . 

BRENDA JOYCE PERDUE 

Cafeteria Committee, 12; Orientation Committee, 11; Prom Committees, 
11; Future Teachers, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; "Plough" Staff, Assistant 
Art Editor, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

ROBERT DECKER PERDUE 
SUSAN GAIL PETERS 

Transferred from Hampton High School, Hampton, Virginia, 11; Pep Com- 
mittee, 11; Social Committee, 11; Orientation Committee, 12; A Cappella 
Choir, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12. 

SUSAN RANDOLPH PHILLIPS 

Production of "The Curious Savage," 10; Senior Committees, 12. 

RICHARD BARRON POWELL 
THOMAS WARREN POWELL 


Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10; Spanish Club, 10. 

RAYMOND CHRISTOPHER POWER 

D.E. Club, 12. 

NANCY JEAN PREST 

Transferred from Ottawa Township High School, Ottawa, Illinois, 11. 


CLARENCE WAYNE PRICE 

Homeroom Officer, 10; D.E. Club, 12. 

WILLIAM JAY PROFFITT 
MARJORIE CAROL PULLEN 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; S.C.A. Congress, >0; Prom Com- 
mittees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homerom Officer, 10, 11, 12; Spanish 
Club, 10, 11, 12. 

NINA LUCILLE PULLEN 

Social Committee, 11; Pep Committee, 10, 11; Mixed Chorus, 11; Girls' 
Chorus, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 11, 12; Honor Committee, 12; Prom Com- 
mittees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11, 12. 

KAY ALEXANDER RAMSAY 

Class Reporter, 12; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 11, 12; 
Homecoming Committee, 10, 11; Leadership-training Committee, 12; Acted 
in "A Man Called Peter," 12; Delegate to S.I.P.A. Convention, 11; Delegate 
to Tidewater Press Convention, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11, 12; Honor 
Council, 10; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 
10; Future Teachers, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12; Quill 
& Scroll, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; "Earle" Staff, Headline Editor, 
11, Make-up and Assistant Editor, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

ELOISE ANN RAYMOND 

Transferred from Haddon Heights High School, Haddon Heights, New 
Jersey, 11; Production of "A Man Called Peter," 12; F.H.A., 12; "Plough" 
Staff, Assistant Poetry Editor, 12. 

RICHARD ROBERT REEVES 
JANE NORWOOD RENN 

Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; Social Committee, 10, 11; A Cappella Choir, 
11, 12, Secretary-Treasurer, 12; Mixed Chorus, 10; S.C.A. Congress, 10; 
Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; 
Future Teachers, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

ANDRA CHRISTINE REYNOLDS 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; 
G.R.A., 10, 11. 

CAROL ANN REYNOLDS 


Homeroom Officer, 10. 

CAROL EVELYN REYNOLDS 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Mixed Chorus, 10; Girls' Chorus, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12, Officer, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 


CHARLOTTE SELDEN REYNOLDS 

Production of "A Man Called Peter," 12; Cafeteria Committee, 11, 12; 
Prom Committees, 11; Future Teachers, 11, 12; Library Assistant, 12; French 
Club, 10, 11, 12; "Plough" Staff, Typing Editor, 12; Social Science Forum, 
11; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

MARVIN TURNER RIDEOUT, JR. 

J.V. Football, 10. 

EMMA KATHLEEN RIDER 


Orientation Committee, 11; Cafeteria Committee, 12; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 
10; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; F.H.A., 10, 11, 12; Debate 
Team, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12. 

BETTY JEAN RILEE 

Pep Committee, 12; Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; 
Senior Committees, 12. 

DIANE LYNN RILEY 

Publicity Committee, 10; S.C.A. Congress, 11; Spanish Club, 11; National 
Hone- Society, 12; "Earle" Staff, Assistant Advertising Manager, 11. 

JOHN MARCUS RITGER 

Band, 11, 12, Section Leader, 12, Pipe Major, 12; Library Assistant, 11, 12; 
Manager of Track Team, 10. 

JOHN CHARLES ROACH 


A Cappella Choir, 12; French Club, 12. 

SALLIE ELIZABETH ROBENS 
NATALIE SUSAN ROBERTS 

Cafeteria Committee, 11, 12; Leadership Training Committee, 12; Prom 
Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Future Teachers, 11, 12; French 
Club, 11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 11, 12; "Plough" Staff, Assistant Feature Editor, 12; 
G.R.A. , 10, 11. 

DINA RUTH ROBERTSON 


Production of "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; Senior Committees, 12. 

BRENDA ALICE ROBINSON 


Pep Committee, 10; Cafeteria Committee, 12; A Cappella Choir, 11, 12, 
Section Leader; Mixed Chorus, 10; S.C.A. Congress, 11, 12; Senior Commit- 
tees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12. 

EDNA ELIZABETH ROBISON 


Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; F.H.A. , 10, 12; G.R.A., 10. 

JANIS MARLEEN ROHRER 
SUSAN EILEEN ROMANS 


Project Committee, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11, Chairman, 12; Produc- 
tion of "Curious Savage," 10; Acted in "A Man Called Peter," 12; Produc- 
tion of 1-Act Plays, 19; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10; State Competition, 12; 
Thespian Society, 11, 12, Reporter, 12; S.C.A., Congress, 11, 12; Senior 
Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; French Club, 10, 11, 12; 
Quill & Scroll, 12; National Honor Society, 12; "Plough" Staff, Publicity 
Manager, Book Review Editor, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

GEORGE GUS ROSE 
DORENA MARIE ROSS 


Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; F.H.A., 10, 11; D.E. Club, 12. 

RANDOLPH ROSSON 

Mixed Chorus, 11; Library Assistant, 12; J.V. Football, Co-Captain, 11. 

ALICE FAYE ROUSE 

Social Committee, 10, 11; Orientation Committee, 12; Library Assistant, 
12; French Club, 11. 


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JEAN MARIE ROWE 
MELINDA SUE ROWE 

Transferred from Newport News High School, Newport News, Virginia, 10; 
Homecoming Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 11; Social Committee, 11, 12; 
A Cappella Choir, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Home- 
room Officer, 10; French Club, 11. 

NANCY CHARLES ROWE 

Mixed Chorus, 12; Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 10, 11, 12; G.R.A., 

10 , 11 , 12 . 

LUNETTE GILLESPIE RUSSELL 

Homecoming Committee, 11; Orientation Committee, 11; Chapel Committee, 
10; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
National Honor Society, 12; G.R.A., 10. 

LESLIE MARABLE RUTLEDGE 

A Cappella Choir, President, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 11; Honor Committee, 
12; Prom Committees, 11; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; J.V. Basketball, 10; 
J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Football, 11, 12. 

CAROL LEE SANDAHL 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 10; Homecoming Committee, 
11; Recreation Committee, 11; French Club, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; 
Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12. 

CAROLINE LEE SANDERS 
NANCY GERALDINE SAUNDERS 

Orientation Committee, 10, 11; Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; Publicity Com- 
mittee, 12; Homecoming Committee, 10, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir, 12; Mixed 
Chorus, 11, Secretary, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; 
French Club, 11, 12; Future Nurses, 10, 11, 12, Secretary, 12. 

PAUL DAVIS SAUNDERS, JR. 

Outdoor Track, 11, 12. 

BONNIE LYNNE SAYLOR 

Acted in 3-Act Play, "Curious Savage," 10; Girls' Chorus, 11; Delegate to 
F.H.A. Convention, 10, 11; F.H.A., 10, 11; D.E. Club, 12; French Club, 10. 

JOYCE DEE SCHERBERGER 

Transferred from St. Xavier High School, Junction City, Kansas, 12; Homecom- 
ing Committee, 12; Social Committee, 12; Senior Committees, 12; French 
Club, 12. 

NICHOLAS BAYARD SCHINDEL 

Mixed Chorus, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12. 

JO ANN SCHOCK 

Library Assistant, 11, 12. 

ANNE EVANS SCHUBERT 

S.C.A. Congress; Homeroom Officer, 11; Spanish Club, 11. 

HARRY BERRY SCOGGINS, JR. 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Mixed Chorus, 10, 11; Homeroom Officer, 12. 

BARBARA ANN SCOTT 

Social Committee, 10, 11; Loyalty Committee, 10; Honor Committee, 11; 
Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; 
National Honor Society, 12. 

LANNY AARON SCOTT 

A Cappella Choir, 12, Section Leader, 12. 

GAY ANNE SCRIMGEOUR 

F. H.A., 10; D.E. Club, 12, Officer, 12. 

ELIZABETH SUE SHAW 

G. R.A., 12. 

RHETTA ANNE SHELTON 

D.E. Club, 12; Spanish Club, 11. 

RONALD LEE SHELTON 

Transferred from Princess Anne High School, Princess Anne, Va., 10; Senior 
Committees, 12; Varsity Football, 11, 12. 

JUDITH CAROL SHENK 

Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 11. 

ROBERT MEREDITH SHERMAN, III 

Publicity Committee, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 
10, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 

10, 11, 12; Usher, 11, 12; Key Club, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12; 
Tennis, 10, 11, 12. 

NANCI CHRISTINE SHETENHELM 

Transferred from West High School, Seattle, Washington; Christmas Spirit 
Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11, 12; Quill & 
Scroll, 12; "Plough" Staff, 12, Art Editor, 12. 

PAMELA GREENE SLATE 

Social Committee, 10; Homecoming Committee, 11; Orientation Committee, 
12; Leadership-training Committee, 12, Chairman, 12; Delegate to S.C.A. 
District Convention, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior 
Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; Usher, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
National Honor Society, 12; G.R.A., 11. 

EARLENE BERYL SLAYTON 

Senior Class Treasurer, 12; Social Committee, 10; Orientation Committee, 

11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11; Leadership Training Committee, 12; 
Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Delegate to S.C.A. District Convention, 12; 
Delegate to Virginia Girls' State, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11, 12; Honor 
Council, 11, 12, Chairman, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 
12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; Usher, 11, 12; Math Club, 12; French Club, 
11, 12; A.F.S. Club, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Senior Personality, 12; 
G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

KAREN LEE SMELTZER 

Transferred from Heidelberg American High School, Heidelberg, Germany, 
12; Homecoming Committee, 12. 

BRENDA GAY SMITH 

Pep Committee, 10; Recreation Night Committee, 11; Orientation Committee, 
12; Delegate to S.C.A. Federation, 12; Delegate to S.I.P.A. Convention, 11; 

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Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11, 12; 
Quill & Scroll, 11, 12; Warwick Staff, 11, 12, Editor, 1 2. 

CHARLES THOMAS SMITH 

Transferred from Hampton High School, Hampton, Va., 11; French Club, 11; 
Manager of Outdoor Track, 11. 

KATHRYN SHELTON SMITH 

Homecoming Committee, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 11, 
12; Future Teachers, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 
12; G.R.A. , 10. 

PATRICIA ANN SMITH 

Transferred from Hampton High School, Hampton, Va., 12; G.R.A., 12. 

REBECCA GERTRUDE SMITH 

Mixed Chorus, 10; Girls' Chorus, 11. 

SIDNEY SMITH, JR. 

Library Assistant, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 10. 

TERRY JEROME SMITH 

Transferred from St. Vincent's High School, Newport News, Va., 11; Indoor 
Track, 1 1 . 

VERDA MAE SMOKER 

D.E. Club, 12. 

DAVID TIMOTHY SPANGLER 

Orientation Committee, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11; Prom Com- 
mittees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11; Manager of the Varsity 
Baseball Team, 10. 

JOHN WILLIAM STALLINGS 

President of Sophomore Class; President of Junior Class; President of S.C.A., 
12; Delegate to S.C.A. District Convention, 11, 12; Delegate to S.C.A. State 
Convention, 10, 11; Delegate to S.C.A. Workshop, 11; Delegate to S.C.A. 
Federation, 11, 12; Federation Officer, 11, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 11, 12; 
Executive Council, 10, 11, 12; P.T.A. Executive Council, 12; Prom Commit- 
tees, 11, Senior Committees, 12; Key Club, 10, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
Quill & Scroll, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Senior Personality, 12; Senior 
Leader, 12; "Plough" Staff, 12, Book Review Editor, 12; J.V. Basketball, 10; 
Varsity Basketball, 11; Varsity Football, 10, 11/ 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11. 

STEVE WILLIAM STANAWAY 

Wrestling, 12. 

JUDITH MARIE STARKEY 

Transferred from St. Vincent's High School, Newport News, Va., 10; Mixed 
Chorus, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12. 

WILLIAM CRAIG STARMER 
LEWIS RAY STATZER 

J.V. Football, 10; Varsity Football, 11, 12. 

JUDITH MAE STEELE 

Girls' Chorus, 12; Homecoming, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12. 

IRENE PIERCE STEIBER 

Pep Committee, 10, 11; Social Committee, 10, 11. 

SANDRA JEAN STOCKMAN 
PHYLLIS DIANA SUMMERFIELD 

Library Assistant, 10, 12. 

JAMES ERNEST SYKES, JR. 

ANN LOUISE TAYBACK 

Building and Grounds Committee, 11; Prom Committee, 11; French Club, 
10; "Plough" Staff, 12, Assistant Poetry Editor, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

CAROLYN LEE TATUM 

Band, 11, 12, Pipe Section, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 
12; F.T.A., 10, 11; Library Assistant, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

CARL LEE TAYLOR 

D.E. Club, 12. 

ROGER LEE TAYLOR 
TRUDY LEE TEAGLE 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Spanish Club, 10. 

ALBERT GEORGE THOMAS 

Acted in 1 -Act Play, 11. 

DONALD EDWIN THOMAS 

Homeroom Officer, 10. 

KATHLEEN MARY THOMAS 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Orchestra, 10; Senior Committee, 12; 
French Club, 11, 12; "Plough" Staff, 12, Assistant Publicity Editor, 12. 

RICHARD LEE THOMAS 

French Club, 10; Wrestling, 11. 

RICHARD GARNETT THOMASSON 

Band, 10, 11; Dance Band, 12; All-State Band, 10, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 10, 
11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 
10, 11, 12; Key Club, 11, 12; Radio Club, 12; Outdoor Track, 11. 

SANDRA KAY THOMPSON 

Senior Committee, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 10; Homeroom Officer, 10; F.H.A., 10. 

MARGARET LOUISE THRASH 

"Plough" Staff, 11, 12, Assistant Essay Editor, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

NANCY MARIE THURMAN 

D.E. Club, 12; Library Assistant, 10, 11, 12. 

MAURICE PAUL TRAHAN 

Transferred from Princess Anne High School, Lynnhaven, Virginia, 12. 

PHILLIP MYERS TRAYNOR, JR. 

Transferred from Central High School, Bushy Park, England. 

DORIS McCAY TUCKER 

Senior Committee, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

MARK LESLIE TURNAGE, III 

French Club, 10, 11. 


EDWIN VICTOR UAASTEAD, JR. 

Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 12; Orientation Committee, 
12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Spanish Club, 11. 

ROBERT WAYNE UTLEY 

Pep Committee, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 12; Prom Committee, 11; 
Senior Committee, 12; French Club, 10, 11; J.V. Football, 10. 

CHARLES WARREN VANDERSLICE 

Pep Committee, 12; Acted in 1-Act Play, 12, “A Man Called Peter," 12; 
Varsity Football, 11; Wrestling, 10, 11. 

LEEVIA TALBERT VAUGHN 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Homeroom Of- 
ficer, 10; G.R.A., 10. 

PHILLIS ANNE VERELL 

Pep Committee, 10; Student Directory, 10; S.C.A. Congress, 10; Honor 
Council, 10, 11; Honor Committee, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Commit- 
tees, 12; F.T.A., 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; Var- 
sity Cheerleader, 11, 12. 

JOHN JAMES VERSER, III 

Building and Grounds Committee, 10, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; 
Remembrance Committee, 11; Acted in 1 -Act Plays, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 11, 
12; Honor Council, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Home- 
room Officer, 10, 12; Key Club, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; J.V. Basketball, 
10; Indoor Track, 11, 12; Outdoor Track, 10, 11, 12; Cross-country Track, 
10 , 11 , 12 . 

DENA-KAY EVANS WADE 

Leadership-training Committee, 12; Social Committee, 10, 11; Orientation 
Committee, 11, 12; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Activity 
Ticket Committee, 12, Chairman, 12; Americanism Week Chairman, 12; 
S.C.A. Congress, 12; F.T.A., 11, 12; French Club, 10, 11, 12; National Honor 
Society, 12; Senior Personality, 12. 

JOANNE WADE 

Cafeteria Committee, 11; Leadership-training Committee, 12; S.C.A. Con- 
gress, 11; Prom Committee, 11; Senior Committee, 12; Homeroom Officer, 
11; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

JOE WALSH 

Acted in 1 -Act Play, 11; "Diary of Anne Frank," 11; Acted in 1-Act Play, 
10, 11; Thespian Society, 11, 12; Band, 10, 11, 12; Drum Band, 10, 11, 12. 

MARY CATHERINE WARE 

Cafeteria Committee, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 12; Leadership Training 
Committee, 12; Chairman of Cafeteria Committee, 12; S.C.A. Congress, 12; 
Senior Committees, 12; Future Teachers, 11, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
National Honor Society, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

PATRICIA ANN WARREN 

Homecoming Committee, 11; School Spirit Committee, 12; Christmas Spirit 
Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 10, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; "Plough" Staff, 11, 12; Book Review 
Editor, 11; Co-Editor-in-chief, 12; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12; G.R.A. Letter. 

CHARLES EDGAR WATKINS, JR. 

Band, 10. 

WILLIAM THOMAS WELLINGTON 

Homeroom Officer, 10; Wrestling, 10. 

CAROLYN GAY WELLS 

Mixed Chorus, 11; Girls' Chorus, 12; D.E. Club, 12; Library Assistant, 10; 
G.R.A., 11. 

ROBERT WESLEY POWELL 

D.E. Club, 12; Spanish Club, 10. 

DORSEY THOMAS WESSELLS 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 12; Band, 10, 11; Dance Band, 
12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11, 12. 

ALLEN DAVIS WEST 

Transferred from Newport News High School, Newport News, Va., 11. 

CRYSTAL ANNE WEST 

Social Committee, 10; Leadership Training Committee, 12; Orientation Com- 
mittee, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior 
Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11, 12; Usher, 12; Future Teachers, 
12; Math Club, 12; French Club, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12. 

DIANE LEE WEST 

Girls' Chorus, 12; D.E. Club, 12. 

LAWRENCE PENNINGTON WEST, JR. 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Mixed Chorus, 11. 

TERRENCE ROBERT WEST 

A Cappella Choir, 11, 12. 

PATRICIA IRENE WETHINGTON 

Honor Council, 10, 11; Prom Committees, 11. 

MADELYN FAYE WHARTON 

Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11. 

BEVERLY JEAN WHELESS 

Pep Committee, 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Committee, 10, 11; Orientation Com- 
mittee, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 
10, 11, 12; F.H.A., 10; Vice-President of F.H.A., 10; French Club, 10, 11. 

GENE WHITE 

Acted in 1 -Act Plays, 12; Mixed Chorus, 12; Wrestling, 12. 

SANDRA LEE WHITE 
JACK LEE WHITFIELD 

Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10; Outdoor Track, 10. 

BRENDA KAY WIGGINS 

Honor Committee, 12; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 12. 

CHARLES WILLIAM WINGO 

Transferred from Thomas Dale High School, Chester, Va., 11; D.E. Club, 
1 2; Spanish Club, 1 1 . 

VICTORIA MARIE WINNER 


JOHN WILEY, JR. 

Publicity Committee, 12; Cafeteria Committee, 10, 11; Homecoming Com- 
mittee, 11, 12; Pep Committee, 11, 12; Social Committee, 11, 12; Orienta- 
tion Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 10; Spanish Club, 11, 12; Tennis, 10, 11, 12. 

BONNIE SUE WILLIAMS 

Band, 10, 11, 12; Section Leader, 10, 11, 12; Dance Band, 12; All-State 
Band, 10, 11, 12; "Plough" Staff, 12, Assistant Short Story Editor, 12. 

BURNIE STUART WILLIAMS 

Homeroom Officer, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12. 

CHERYL FAY WILLIAMS 

Student Directory Committee, 10; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 
10; G.R.A., 10, 11, 12. 

LOUISE MARIE WILLIAMS 

Recreation Night Committee, 11, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; French Club, 10, 11, 12; Earle Staff, 12, Assistant Feature Editor, 
12 . 

MARY JEAN WILLIAMS 

Pep Committee, 10, 11; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Leadership Training 
Committee, 12; Project Committee, 12; Homecoming Committee, 12; Honor 
Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom 
Officer, 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club, 11, 12. 

ROBERT HUNTER WILLIAMS 

A Cappella Choir, 12. 

BENJAMIN WILLIS, III 

Library Assistant, 12; J.V. Baseball, 10; Indoor Track, 10, 11; Outdoor Track, 

10, 11; Cross-country Track, 10, 11. 

BENJAMIN TERRY WILLIS 

Homecoming Committee, 12; Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Band, 10, 11, 12; 
Section Leader, 10; All-State Band, 10, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior 
Committees, 12; Debate Tearrr, 12. 

JUANITA MAY WILLIS 

Prom Committeees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; 

G.R.A., 10, 11. 

WALTER JAMES WILLIS 
CHARLES RICHARD WILSON 
DONNA FAY WILSON 

Activity Ticket Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 
1 2; Spanish Club, 10, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

LOUISA PITCHER WILSON 

Publicity Committee, 10; Cafeteria Committee, 11; Homecoming Committee, 

11, 12, Chairman, 12; Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Leadership Training 
Committee, 12; Project Committee, 12; Delegate to Tidewater Press Con- 
vention, 11; S.C.A. Congress, 12; Honor Committee, 11; Prom Committees, 
11; Senior Committees, 12; Homeroom Officer, 10, 11; French Club, 10, 11, 
12; A.F.S. Club, 12; Quill & Scroll, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; 
"Earle" Staff, 11, 12, Assistant Feature and Headline Editor, Feature Editor, 
12; G.R.A., 10, 11; G.R.A. Letter. 

WILLIAM PARKS WILSON 

Spanish Club, 10, 11. 

AUGUSTINE WASHINGTON WISE 

Math Club, 12; French Club, 11, 12; Chess Club, 12; Varsity Basketball, 12. 

TONI LOU WOLFE 

Pep Committee, 12; "A Man Called Peter," 12; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 12; 
Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11; G.R.A., 12. 

ANN ELIZABETH WOOD 

Social Committee, 10, 11; Orientation Committee, 12; Honor Committee, 12; 
Senior Committees, 12; Usher, 12. 

FRANCES RUFFNER WOOD 

Homecoming Committee, 11, 12; Orientation Committee, 10, 11, 12; Cafeteria 
Committee, 12; Pep Committee, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 
12; Future Teachers, 11, 12, Parliamentarian, 12; French Club, 11, 12; 
G.R.A., 10. 

JOYCE ANN WOOD 
ARTHER FLOYD WOODY 

"Curious Savage," 10; "A Man Called Peter," 12; "The Diary of Anne 
Frank," 11; "Seventeenth Summer," 10; Acted in 1-Act Plays, 10, 12; A Cap- 
pella Choir, 12; Mixed Chorus, 11; Thespian Society, 12; French Club, 11; 
Chess Club, 10. 

WAVERLY ANN WOOLWINE 

A Cappella Choir, 12; Girls' Chorus, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Com- 
mittees, 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11; G.R.A., 10, 11. 

GLORIA JEAN WRIGHT 

Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; D.E. Club, 12. 

WILLIAM DAVID WYLIE 
CAROLYN SUE YATES 

Social Committee, 10, 11; Orientation Committee, 12; Prom Committees, 11; 
Senior Committees, 12; French Club, 11, 12. 

THOMAS STUART YEATTS 
SUSAN JANE YODER 

Orientation Committee, 11; Delegate to S.I.P.A. Convention, 11; Homeroom 
Officer, 11; Quill & Scroll, 11, 12; National Honor Society, 12; "Plough" 
Staff, 11, 12, Short Story Editor, 11, Co-Editor-in-chief, 12. 

ROBERT ENGLE YOHE 

Orientation Committee, 11, 12; Publicity Committee, 11, 12; Loyalty Com- 
mittee, 11; Prom Committees, 11; Senior Committees, 12; Future Teachers, 
11; French Club, 10, 11, 12. 

ANDREW WILLIAM YOUNG 
EDWIN WILLIAM ZELLERS 

Social Committee, 10. 


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COLUMBUS 


DIDN'T KNOW EITHER! 


The future and what it will bring is always veiled in mys- 
tery. Present day trials and tribulations make us all wonder 
what lies ahead, just as Columbus and his crew must have 
wondered when they traveled the uncharted waters of the 
Atlantic. Whatever we find in our "new world," however, 
financial security will always be desirable. You can chart 
that course by planning to save a definite sum each week. 


Come in NOW and open your savings account 
at any one of our 3 convenient locations. 





• Brentwood Shopping Center • 

• Washington Ave. at 33rd St., Downtown Newport News 
• Wythe Center, H ampton • 




Warwick's determination! 


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Downtown Newport News 
Newmarket Shopping Center 


G. C. JOYCE 
A. S. WHITMORE 

HILTON PHARMACY, 
INC. 


Professional Pharmacists 


301 Warwick Road 
Newport News, Virginia 


WHERE SMART JUNIORS SHOP 


Phone LY 6-1521 


Compliments of 


SANFORD 

AND 

CHARLES, INC. 


GANNAWAY 
Construction Co., Inc. 

Paving Contractors 

802 W. Pembroke Ave. 


Serving Your Fuel Needs 
Twenty-Four Hours Daily 


DIAL CH 7-6656 


E. A. HARPER & CO, INC. 

144 HARPERSVILLE ROAD 


OUR BEST TO YOU 

Betty Lewis SOF-TWIST Bread 


Wholesale Distributors 
Fairfax Hall Food Products 
Glidden . Paint 

SERVING PENINSULA MERCHANTS 


Dial LY 6-1529 Newport News, Va. 


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It is always a pleasure to shop at 



NEWMARKET SHOPPING CENTER 
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


Wearing Apparel and Accessories for 
Boys, Girls, Infants, and Teen-agers. 
PHONE CH 4-2614 




FHA VA 

and 

CONVENTIONAL LOANS 

Compliments of 

Tl DEWATER 

APPRENTICE 

ATHLETIC 

ASSOCIATION 

MORTGAGE 


CORPORATION 


PA 2-2511 148 E. Queen Street 

Hampton, Virginia 

APPRENTICE SCHOOL 

Newport News Shipbuilding 
& Dry Dock Company 

PHONE LY 6-6771 

SPORTING GOODS, INC. 

"Everything for the Sportsman" 

10180 Warwick Blvd. 

Newport News, Virginia 

Compliments 

of 

ROSENBAUM HARDWARE 

We . . • 

Thank You 

RIVERSIDE 

. . . For Your Patronage! 

FUNERAL HOME, INC. 

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Successors to 

ROUSE-CARDER- FUNERAL HOME 

and 

CARPER FUNERAL HOME 

CH 5-0068 CH 4-3361 

210 28th Street Newmarket Shopping 

Downtown Center 

Newport News, Va. Newport News, Va. 

Ambulance Service 
245-1525 • 7415 River Road 

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there's always 
something.... 



Published 7 Days 
A Week 

BRINGING YOU THE BEST 
in 

• SPORTS 
•NEWS 

and 

• SPECIAL 
FEATURES 



WORLD'S LARGEST 
BUILDER OF 
NUCLEAR SHIPS 


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NEWPORT NEWS 
SHIP BUILDING & DRY DOCK 

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COLONY MARKET 

1007 WARWICK BLVD. TEL. LY 6-3529 

Only USDA Graded 
Choice Steer Meat Sold 

Steaks Cut to Order 
We Cook Smithfield Hams 

"Old time butcher shop" 



MUTUAL HOME 
& SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

of Newport News, Virginia 
210— 30th St. 


CALL THE PLAYS 
PLAN THE COLLEGE DAYS 

Open a college savings account with this association; 
THEN ADD TO IT EACH MONTH. 

Steady profits added to your savings each year. 

It’s the easy way to a college education! 







CITIZENS MARINE 
JEFFERSON BANK 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 


WASHINGTON AVE. at 25th STREET • NEWMARKET SHOPPING CENTER 
WARWICK SHOPPING CENTER 


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Serving the Peninsula 69 Years 


Ready for homework! 



Headed for Roanoke! 


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WARWICK 
REALTY COMPANY 

Real Estate • Rentals 

10202 Warwick Boulevard 
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 
R. L. WHITFIELD, Owner 
Day or Night — LY 6-5714 


REEDY'S JEWELRY 

222 — 28th Street 
NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 

GARLAND REEDY 

Certified Watchmaker Dial CH 4-3306 


Compliments of 

SHONEY'S 

HOME OF THE BIG BOY 


Compliments of 


SILVERMAN FURS 



THAT MEANS 

THE ULTIMATE 

IN 

CLASS RINGS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, 
DIPLOMAS, CLUB PINS, MEDALS, 
AND TROPHIES 


JEWELRY’S FINEST CRAFTSMEN 



DALLAS PICKARD, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 


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We Are Distributors for 
General Tires 

PENINSULA SHOE REPAIR 

Next to Broadway — Warwick in 
Hilton Shopping Center 

While You Wait Service 

NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 

PHONE LY 6-9804 

MARROW-PAGE 

Complete Line of Polishes, HENRY KLICH, Jr. 

Laces and New Shoes Manager 

TIRE CO. 


I-DAY SERVICE RECAPPING 

All Size Tires 

American and Foreign Cars 
300 MAIN STREET LYric 6-3666 

Parker & Powell 
Furniture 

212 28th Street 



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"JEWELERS" 

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OSER BROTHERS 

Better Grade Footwear 

NEWPORT NEWS 
and 

HAMPTON 

2912 Washington Ave. 
Newport News 
Virginia 

DIAL 596-0400 

BURTON 

TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 

Typewriters — Adding Machines — 

Cash Registers 

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BRENTWOOD PHARMACY 

C. L. CLODFELTER, Reg. and Owner 
10500 JEFFERSON AVE. 

PHONE: LY 6-2052 NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 


Mon., Thur., Sat. 10 A.M. — 6 P.M. 

Tues. and Fri. Nites 'til 8 
Wednesdays 10 A.M. 'til 12 Noon 

EXOTIC AQUARIUM 

"The Finest in Things Aquatic" 

TROPICAL FISH • PET SUPPLIES 
9515 Warwick Blvd. Newport News, Va. 

Bus. LY 6-7592 
T. A. McCLURE R es . 826-1565 


CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '62 


We invite you to make use of the facilities 
offered by this store, whether it be to stop with 
us, to meet your friends at Murphy's, or to seek 
employment with our Company, in the event 
that you decide upon a retail career. 

G. C. MURPHY COMPANY 

Newmarket Shopping Center 


CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

1962 


FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF 

NEWPORT NEWS 


GRADUATING CLASS 

Invites You to Do Business With Them 

at Any of Its SIX Convenient Locations 

MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 


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ENTERTAINMENT 

is our business . . . 
and frankly speaking, it's a pleasure 
Come Out Often to the 

PALACE 

and 

WYTHE 


ABBITT 

REALTY COMPANY, 
INC. 

M2-27th Street 
Newport News, Virginia 


ANCHOR and GREEN ACRES 
DRIVE-IN THEATERS 


J. ARCHIE NELMS S. W. NELMS 


Roller Skating at 

SKATELAND 


BRYANT & NELMS 
INSURANCE 

l29-26th Street 


at the Fun Corner 


Newport News, Virginia 




College, perhaps? Wonderful! A job? Wonder- 
ful. too, if it’s the right one — with opportunities 
to progress and learn as well as earn. There are 
many such jobs at C&P, waiting for girls like 
you. In a telephone job, you not only start with 
good pay but are specially trained to make more. 
Raises and advancements are frequent. Sur- 
roundings are pleasant — people are friendly — 
and your work is never dull. Why not make your 
first job a telephone job — one that can lead to 
a happy, rewarding career? 


THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 
TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 



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OUR 

NEW 

CITY 

FLAG 


The City of 

NEWPORT NEWS 

^ A Young City 
^ A Growing City 
^ A Progressive City 
^ A Good City for the 

YOUNG HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE 

★ TO ESTABLISH A HOME 

★ TO PLAN A CAREER 

★ TO FIND OPPORTUNITY 


The City of Newport News Congratulates 
the Graduates of Warwick High School 

GOOD CITIZENS 
MAKE A GOOD CITY 

The City Council of 
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 


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EAGLE 5 & 10 STORE 

9714 Warwick Road 
Newport News, Va. 
HEADQUARTERS FOR 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND 
WEARING APPAREL 

"The Complete 5 and 10 Store" 


Lunch time? 


Compliments of 

HILTON 

HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

220 i /2 Warwick Blvd. 
Hilton Shopping 
Center 

Newport News, Va. 



"It s true they were showing, but you didn't have to tell him!" 



DIAL CH 4-7377 

HORNSBY TIRE CO. 


Retreading • Batteries 
Accessories 

Factory Distributors 

CHARLES W. HORNSBY 
President 

3105 Jefferson Ave. 


"You can open your eyes now — I won." 


Newport News, Va. 


DRUCKER & FALK 

. . . conscientiously and sincerely dedicated to 
solving the housing problems of residents and 
business firms on the Virginia Peninsula . . . 



• SALES • RENTALS • APPRAISALS 
• MANAGEMENT • INSURANCE 
• MORTGAGE LOANS • 

13 1 -26th St., Newport News 
TELEPHONE 245-154 



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Making final plans or . . . 





Compliments of 

LEE WHITE 
HARDWARE, INC. 

Serving the Peninsula 
for Over Twenty-One Years 

10531 Jefferson Avenue 
Newport News, Virginia 



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SALES INVESTMENTS 
Compliments of 

NACHMAN 
REALTY COMPANY 

I I 3 28th Street, 
Newport News, Va. 


MELVIN D. NACHMAN 
Realtor 


OFFICE CH 4-1766 
RESIDENCE LY 6-5106 


Strike three? 


EDWARDS 

Fuel Oil — Coal 

CH 4-8484 

Budget Accounts 
Fuel Flow 



Looking for something? 



Serious or just posing? 


Compliments of 

HIDENWOOD CLEANERS 

and 

SHIRT LAUNDRY 

Fur and Wool Storage 

LY 5-0545 

Hidenwood* Shopping Center 
Newport News, Virginia 


169 


DOUGLAS PITT, INC. 

Realtors . . . Insurers 

CH 7-5292 

125 — 26th Street Newport News, Va. 


For a Delicious Meal or Snack 
TRY 


flouiARDjotinfonJ 

"LANDMARK FOR HUNGRY AMERICANS" 


Mr. B’s Drive In 

RESTAURANT 


6065 

Jefferson Ave. 


ROUTE 


10 8 AT MAIN 


STREET 


NEWPORT NEWS. VIRGINIA 


DINING 

ROOM 


Next to 
King James 
Motor Hotel 




TAKE OUT 

orders DIAL LY 6-5216 


DIAL 596-0400 


BIBLE & BOOK CENTER 

103751/2 Warwick Blvd. 
Newport News, Va. 


BURTON 

TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 


LY 6-0256 

Bibles, Books 

Church and S. S. Supplies 
Greeting Cards 
Poster Supplies 


Compliments of 

BOULEVARD CLEANERS 
& 

SHIRT LAUNDRY 

Fur and Wool Storage 
on Premises 
LY 6-3713 


Typewriters — 
Adding Machines — 
Cash Registers 

Used National Cash Registers 
Sales — Service — Rentals 

6200 JEFFERSON AVE. 
Newport News, Va. 


PHONE CH 4-7511 MOSS DEYONG, Prop. 

DEYONG'S SHOE SHOP 

"Everything in leather 
but the cow" 

Newmarket Shopping Center 
Newport News, Virginia 


9901 Warwick Road 
Newport News, Va. 




RALPH HUSKEY 

Compliments of 

SPOONER'S 

FUEL OIL 

SALVAGE 

2555 WARWICK BLVD. 


Delco Heating 
Carrier Air Conditoning 
Oil Burner Service 

ELECTRIC COMPANY, 

Electrical Contractors 

Twenty-Eighth Street and Huntington Ave. 
DIAL CH 4-1300-4-1032 
Newport News, Virginia 

Commercial Industrial Residential 

BEST WISHES 
From 

CARPENTER BROTHERS 

"There's No Place Like Home" 

HOME FURNITURE CO. 

Insurance Real Estate 

105— 30th St. 

Newport News, Va. 

34th and Washington Ave. 
Newport News, Virginia 

Compliments of 

CALE REALTY COMPANY 

PAUL'S AUTO PARTS 

New and Used Auto Parts 
CH 4-2717 
Free Teletype Service 





Many Opportunities 


Available at 



NEWPORT NEWS, VA. 


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2413 WESTOVER AVENUE • ROANOKE VIRGINIA 


International school photography 


STUDENT PORTRAITS 
SCHOOL ANNUAL PHOTOS 
SCHOOL RECORD PHOTOS 



We of PHILLIPS STUDIOS are real proud to be a part of this fine yearbook. 
Also to work with a school such as WARWICK HIGH where a real fine atmosphere 
prevails. 

A school where you will find debonair and intelligence, that marks distinction 
and where true individuality can not be copied. 



SHAVER'S, INC. 

9701 Warwick Blvd. 
NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA 

Pianos — Organs 
Magnavox — Stereo — TV 



3107 Washington Ave. 
Newport News 


The Knowing Look 

Distinctive Clothing 
For Modern Young Men 


PATRON ADVERTISEMENTS 


Homeroom 166 
Bob Yohe 


Vicky Victor 
Homeroom 162 


Homeroom 208 
Homeroom 130 


As the 1961-1962 year comes to a close, we of the annual staff 
would like to express our appreciation to the following who have helped 
to publish this yearbook, THE WARWICK. 

MR. KARL PHILLIPS of PHILLIPS STUDIOS for individual pictures and 
action shots. 

MR. DICK SCHULTZ, Scientific Photographer for Langley Air Force 
Base, for photographs. 

MR. JAMES LIVENGOOD of the DAILY PRESS-TIMES HERALD NEWS- 
PAPER for photographs. 

THE TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY and MR. NEIL FRANK for 
their advice in the printing of this book. 

THE EARL STAFF and their PHOTOGRAPHERS for photographs. 

THE STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND ADMINISTRATION for their interest 
and cooperation throughout the year. 

MR. THOMAS for the printing of materials used by the staff. 

MR. WATERS and the ART DEPARTMENT for their help with the art 
work. 

MISS MASON for her advice, patience, and understanding which helped 
us to complete the year successfully. 

OUR ADVERTISERS for supporting this publication. 


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A Fond Farewell From 
Staff cr A ”... 



Index 


A Cappella Choir 107 

Acknowledgements 174 

Administration 16-17 

Advertisements 154-173 

American Field Service 1 35 

Amateur Radio Officers 108 

Band 110-111 

Basketball 

J.V. 127 

Varsity 116-117 

Baseball 120-121 

Cheerleaders 

J.V. 129 

Varsity 118-119 

Chess Club Officers 1 08 

Debate Team 109 

Dedication 6-7 

Distributive Education Officers 109 

Earle Staff 98-99 

Eighth Grade Class 83-87 

Eighth Grade Officers 82 

Faculty 1 9-25 

Football 

J.V. 126 

Varsity 114-115 

Foreword 4 

French Club Presidents 108 

Freshman Class 77-81 

Freshman Class Officers 76 

F.H.A. Officers 109 

Future Nurses Club Officers 1 09 

F. T.A. Officers 108 

G. R.A. 130-131 

Guidance 18 

Homecoming 1 34 


Honored Students 

Junior Class 

Junior Class Officers 

Key Club 

Math Club Officers 

National Honor Society 

Office Staff 

Patron Ads 

Plough Staff 

Quill and Scroll 

School Scenes 

Science Club Officers 

Senior Class 

Senior Class Officers 

Senior Leaders 

Senior Personalities 

Senior Statistics 

Sophomore Class 

Sophomore Class Officers 
Spanish Club Presidents _ 
S.C.A. 

Cabinet 

Committees 

Congress 

Executive Council ... 

Federation 

Honor Council 

Tennis 

Thespians 

Track 

J.V. 

Varsity 

Ushers 

Warwick Staff 

Wrestling 


..... 136 

63-69 

....... 62 

106 

101 

137 

8 

...... 174 

100-101 

104 

.... 8-13 

...... 109 

... 29-61 
28 

138-139 

140-143 

144-151 


71-75 

.... 70 

.. 109 


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94-95 

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102-103 

122 


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