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This vear, the Music DePartr-nent, reached new'heights witl the orgznization of a fine marching band of IorW members' Dressed in blue and gold, tJrey created a pleasing atrnosphere of sight and sound ls th.v"tt-tarched and performed at many schooi activiti.es. Also under the direction of Mr.Williams, the Music Departrrent boasted of a girls chorus which proved to be good enough to sing at the Christmas program and put on its own program in the spring. This chorus is composed of those interested in it as an exba-

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cunicular activitY.

"Some Enchanted Evening"

Now ah one anr ah two

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Science Students (Jse
Mr.
LaRose lectures to his Biology class.

Eugene Clark shcnvs others how to do the Biology
ovnarimarf

The Science Department of Quantico High School is one of the largest departrrrents and is directed by

Mr. LaRose. This year there were five classes of eighth grade science, tJree of ninth, five biology

classes, tluee chemisty classes, and a physics class. A few of t}ris departmentrs main objectives were to develop the reasoning powers of students, to imbue students with basic for-rndation concePts underlying all science, and to inspire and whet the appetite of

those studen8 who would pursue some area of science.

Maureen Westerman worls lvith the microscope in Biology lab.

Mr. Leiker helps students during Ceneral Science lab.

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Labs for Experiments

on lPuis Marucheau to answer his PhYsics question.

Mr. Leiker calls

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prepares that dreaded midterm physics exam.

Mr. Leiker

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Miss Mays accePts General Science test papers'

Mrs. Palmerlee helps students l'r'ith their Chemistry
problems.
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Mr. Burnett points out the importance of history to
class,

his

Miss Samsr class relives the

Civil War.

Mrs. Luckett explains to class about Henry II.

Ir{r. Blatt takes imaginary trips to Canada.

govemment. The general objective of alI these courses is to provide the students with an understanding of the heritage of the past so that they may be better able to comprehend the present and its instihr.tiors. Our instructors feel that no person can be a fuIIy developed and responsible ciiizen unless he can reaUze the connection between the various historical and geographical factors which have made todayrs world what it is. Above all, the knowledge of the history of one's own country, and the principles and the machinery of his
countryrs governrnent are necessary in order to be a sood citizen.

The Social Studies Department offers American history, world history, world geography, ancl

Miss Sams and Eileen Russell discuss Government Droblerns.

Social Studies

Historlt
Disagreement within

Geographlt

Gouernment

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Industrial Arts
.€iiila::
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Mr. Pritchard instructs students in the proper use
of machinery.

Austin Hodge demonstrates the use of tJre tesla

coil to the

class.

A coruse in Industrial Arts means the the development of important skills to be used in the home or as the basis for a specialized trade. Under the guidance of Mr. Pritchatd, many students
become accomplished draftsmen and electricians, Eue craftsmen, as they pursue courses in mechanical ot architectural drawing, woodvrorking, machine shop,

or electlonics.

Tom Lohman skillfully oPerates the table saw'

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Home Economics; Libraryt

Miss Mays shcnvs Home Economj.cs students holv to operate the nerv oven.

Sharon Cox mixes cookie dough in home economics kitchen.

growing scnool. Miss Mays, the home economics teacher, executed a varied and interesting program for the 61 girls and 2 boys eruol]ed in her classes. Sewing, cooking,

tico Higlr School is a new addition to our

The Home Economics department of Quan-

chilo care, and family planning are jr.$t a few subjects studied. The object of tJris course is to produce a well-rounded home-

maker.

The Quantico High School Library has available many kinds of irxhuctional material for the students, lvhich includes approximately 5000 bool<s, 55 magazines and many hundreds of cr:rrent articles comprising the Vertical FiIe. We can boast of our new circulation desk, atlas stand and tables and chairs which add to the beauty and usefulness of the room.

Mrs. Knapp checks in books.
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Physical Education
A4rs. Riddell delnonstrates basketbalt drill to citta Pytkosch in the girlsr P. E. class.

fitness, a knowledge of games and sports, and good sportsmanship, Exercise as well as an e>itensive program of individual and team sports, helps to develop co-ordination, strength, and a sense of balance. Krrowledge of rules and a good attihrde are considered as important as skills, for this develops an all around athlete, The phlsical Fitness Prograrn is administered in the fa1l and the spring, when each shrdent can compare his results with the national average. Also included in the Physical Education Department are the Drivers Education and Health cou$es.

The Physical education department of Q. H. S. stresses

Mrs. Buchanan helps Liz Snider master trampoline skiIls.
Coach Leonard watches boys perform trampo-

line

stunts.

Coach Marshall enjols being driverrs education instructor,
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Cafeteria Workers; Supp lymen

At lunchtime the cafeteria
is the main attraction at

well-equipped kitchen are tJre cafeteria workers, Hours of planning and preparing our fine lunches consume many hours of their week. Through the efforts of our dietitian, lV{rs. Fleming, the lunches have set and maintained high standards.

Quantico High School.. Behind the scenes, in the

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Cafeteria Workers: Reitha Rhodes, Jackie Renn, Ella Kirby.
Most students do not realize the fine contribution that Quantico Highrs supplymen make to the school system. These men are constantly cheEking and rechecking orders, receiving and stamping items, and distributing su_pplies -- all that is necessary to maintain a well equipped, modem
scnoor.

Supplymen: Charles Britley, Leroy Bates.

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MR. OSWALD BI-ATT, B. S. , M. A. High Point College, Columbia University, Social
Studies, Senior Dramatics

MISS REBECCA MAYS, B. S. RadJord College, Madison College, General Science, Home Economics, Pep Club

MRS, RUTHBOND, B.A.

Education, Math, Science

North Texas State College, Baylor University,

MRS. CHRISTINE PALMERTFF, A. B. University of Karsas at Lawtence, ZooIogy, Chemistry, East Asian Studies
MISS VIRGINIA PARKER, B. S., M. S. Longrvood College, University of Tennessee,

MR. JOFil\ BURNETTT B. S" Virginia Polytechnic Lxtitute, University of Virginia, Madison College, Political Science,
Math
MISS JEANETTE COMER, A"B.
DOCK-ER

Physical Education, Health, Biology, Cheerleaders

MR. W.

Womanrs College, University of North Carolina,

American University, French, English, BOON-

PRITCUARD, B. S. , American University Industrial Arts, Math, Science, SCA, Tool Kit Club, Tool
Tennessee Tech. Chest Club
JOE

MISS DEBORAH DO\T,, A.B"

Longvood College, English, Library Club

MISS MARY JANE PORTER,

Mary Washington College, George Washington University, University of Virginia, History, Latin
LEO POTVIN, B. S. , M. A. St" Michael's College, University of Virginia, Math, Physics, Education Philosophy, Crosscorurlry Coach, Track coach, Math Dept. Head

B.A", M.A.

MRS. SANDRA FRANKLIN, B.A. Michigan State University, English, Spanish,
Speech

MR. FRANK

MISS JANICE GUYTON, B. S.
East Carolina

College,

Business Ed"

MISS ANiTA KING, B.A. Mather College of Western Reserve University, Craduate School of Western Reserve University,

MRS. MiLDRED RIDDEIL, B.A. University of North Carolina, Health, Physical Ed. , Girlsr Varsity Basketball

Spanish, FtencJr

MR.

MRS. CI-A.IRE B. KNAPP, B.A. University of Kentucky, Indiana University, Library Science, English, Journalism, library
Club

PRESLEY M. RIXEY, B. S. , M. ED. United States Naval Academy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, University of Virginia, Mathe-

matics MISS CONSTANCE S. SAMS, B. A. Glenville State Teacherrs College, University of Maryland, English, Social Studies, SHOELACE
MISS PETSA STATHOPOULOS, A.B.

MR. MICFIAELJ" II,ROSE, B"A. loyota University, Spring Hill College, Catholic University, Latin, Biology, Philosopy, INKLINCS, Science Dept. Head MR. MILTON IEIKER, B,S. Fort Hays Karsas State College, Ateneo
Manila Graduate School Mathernatics, Physics
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WintJrrop College, Mary Washington, American University, Fine Arts, History, English, National Honor Society

MR. GILBERT G. I.EONARD, 3. S., M.

S.

MRS. KAREN TONEY, B. S. Mary Washington College, University of Virginia, Music, English, Reading, National Honor Society
MISS JACQUELINE WALKER, B.

Va$ity CIub

Carolina College, University of Virginia,,Physical Education, Science, Football, J"V. Basketball,

Henderson State Teachers Co11ege, University of Nortir Carolina, Indiana University, Westem

Mary Washington, University of

College of William and Mary, Psychology, Education,

S., M. ED. Viroilia,

MRS. CAROLYN LUCKETT, B. S. East Carolina Co1lege, Social Studies, English

MRS. RACITEL R. WHITELOCK, A. B. Hanover College, State University of Iowa, Center of Alabama, Latin, English, Physical Education,
Debatc Club, Future Teachers oI America, Junior Honor Society

MR. WiLLIAM L.

Richrnond Professional hxtitute, University of Virginia, Physical Education, Athletic Director,

]UARSFTALL, B. S.

,

M. ED.

GoIf Sporsor, Varsity Basketball, Safety Patrol
DPOnsor

MR.

ROBERT WILLIAMS, B.S. Appalachian State Teachersr College, Instrumental Mwic, Band, Chorus, Drill, Pep Club

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"JVothung Great Was Euer Achieued

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Scott Schick, President;
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BiII Bartley, Vice President; Linda Hornstein, Secretary;

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LPPI,

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'rNothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm, " With this exuberant spirit the Class of t964 has surged forward, overcoming the obstacles which f aced them in their awesome role as mighty Seniors. Their task was one of leading, of learning, and of achieving, but these accomplishments were only a result of outstanding ability, desire, and enthusiasm. Many important offices in school activities were held by members of their group whose capable Ieadership qualities have been the guiding light for future classes to follow. The rtexperienced" Senior
among their nurnber, scholars, as well as Ieaders. When schedules were often crarnmed with as many as six solids, diligent study became a must for those who were college bound. Plodding through Shakespeare and term papers seemed difficult at the time, but their efforts, not in virn, were well rewarded by a large representation in the National Honor Society and on the Honor Rol1. Achieving the goals set before them proved to be the greatest challenge, but after timeless effort and ceaseless enthusiasm, their dreams came true. College acceptances and graduation mark the realization of the vast horizons of the future.
Class represented and lead the student government, publications, and the vari.ous clubs. When, at last, time was found amid the scurry of extracurricular activities for study, they discovered

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Without Enthusiasm"

WILLIAN{ KLOSE BARTLEY Camp Le.;eune High 1: Latin Club; Granbl, IJigh 2: Debate CJ.ub, Young Democrats; Quantico High 3: Debate Club, Boys' State; Quantico High 4: Class Vice-President, BOONDOCKER Soorts Editor. S. C. A. Treasurer.

JO-MAE BLAGG
Lakewood Junior High 1: Physical Science CIub, Dramatics; Lakenood Senior High 2: Physical Science Club, Pep Club, Girlsr Club; Lakervood Senior High 3: Physical Scrence Club, Girlsr Club; Quantico High School 4: Head Ma;orette, Tool Chest CIub.

ROBERT LEE BOWLIN, JR.

Hamburg High 1: Swimrning Team; Niagara Wheatfield High r rrSrr J) "" antr c o High 4: Tool Chest CIub, Yu Friendliest, Most Talented.

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Seniors Set

High Standards

CATHERINE JEAN BROWNING

Quantico High 1: Varsity Basketball, Pep Club; Quantico High 2: Varsity Basketball. Shoelace; Quantico High 3: Inklings, \-arsitr- Basketball, Shoelace, Senaror, S. C. A. Rep. to State Conference; Quantico High 4: Pep C1ub, Shoelace -- CoSports -LdLtor. Inklings -- Ediror. H. B. O. C. Secretary. Tool Chest Club Secretary, S. C. A. Rep. of Inter-Club Council.

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ADELE ROSE CARD Srnedley Junior High 1; Car-Field High 2; Quanrico High
t-)rrcntirn TJidh 1. Pa^

Club, Library Club.

CRAIG CARSCALLEN

alvert County Junior- Senlor Hi gh 1; Calvert County JuniorSenior Hlgh 2; Quantico High 3: Football, TooI Chest CLub; Quantico High 4: TooI Chest Club, Varsity CIub, Football
C

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and Achieue

High Goals

KAREN COSTLOW
Fravser High School

t;)oii i''fi"r" ci"u, Pep Club, Y-Teens-Club' Junior 4: High Quantico Hiit' sct'oo-t a; Quantico ai;;;1."g".; itTr"t" Cr"U,-Pep Club, Chorus, BooNDocKER'

l: Latin Club; Milling^ton Cenual High

TYLER LEE CREW

3; Quantico Tuston Union High 1; BanksHigh 2; Quantico High High 4.

DOUGLAS

A. CROCKETT

American School in London 1: S' C' A' Representative; Honor Societv' F-ootball;. il;;if,tii;h i.tooi i: National President' Football' varsitv riili' iir'."r 3: S' c' A'Club -- Vice-President' Nailili;; Club'lreasury, i(lrre and Pistol Bovst State; Quantico High School 4: ;;;;iH;;;;'societv;

a;;;il i J;,".i9" i - President, Honor societv
;;;;"'N;ilal

Football'

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RICHARD ALLEN CROTINGER Kenmore Junior High L: Latin Ciub; Car-Field High 2; Quantico High 3: BOONDOCKER Staff ; Quantico High 4: Rifle and Pistol Club, Inter-Club Council, Science Club, BOONDOCKER Photographer.

LOUIS ADAM DELATOUR

North Junior High 1; Smith-Cotton High 2; Smith-Cotton High 3; Quantico High 4: Rifle and Pistol Club.

BARBARA EILEEN DICKISON

Peo

Kailua High 1: Globe and Water Ski Club; Kailua High 2; Quantico High 3: Shoelace Head Typist; Quantico High 4:

Club. Shoelace Editor.

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Long Awaited Priuileges

JAIV{ES JOSEPH DIFRANK

Kenmore Junior High 1: Choral Croup; WiIl C. Cran'ford High 2; R, O. T. C. DrilI, Unit Choir; Quantico High 3: Rif le and Pistol Club; Quantico High 4: Varsit-y Football, Shoelace Staff

.

N4ARTHA FRANCES EARLY

Quantico High 1: National Junior Honor Societ1,, SecretaryTreasurer, Pep CIub; Qllantico High 2: National Honor Society; Quantico High 3: National Honor Society Vice President, BOONDOCKER Junior Copy Editor, Girls' State, Shoelace Staff ; Quantico High 4: National Honor Spciety, Library Club,

Inter-Club Council, BOONDOCKER Editor-in-Chief , Most
Dependable.

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TERR; RALPH EMERSoN
Lewis Junior High 1: AnnuaL Staff, Photography, Student Council Representative; Hoover High 2: Math Club, Baseball;

Hoover High 3: Math Club; Quantico High 4: Rifle and Pistol
CIub.

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Senior Talents Shine

JULIA){NE

EPPS

Walter Ceorge High 1: French Club, Annual Sta{f , Dramatics Club Vice President, Choir; Walter George High 2: Choir, Student Council Representatir.e. DriIl Squad. Co-Ed Hi-Y ClLrb. Annual StafI Exchange lditor. French CIub Presidenr; Walter George High 3: Co-Ed Hi-Y C1ub, French Club, Student Council Representative, National Honor Society; Quantico High 4: National Honor Socieg,, Rifle and Pistol Inter-C]ub Council.

Club. Pep Club. Shoelace Staff, Senior

CIass Treasurer,

IOH\ I.]SFPH trFN\FqSY
Cathedral Latin 1: Junior Varsjty BasketbaII. Art Club;
Cethedrel l etin Hioh E. JurrLvr 2. I"-:^. ..b.1 \'..",' v dr\rLy
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Council. Toa>tmasters. Government Club: Quantico High
Quantico High 4.

ROBERT EDWARD FOX

Camp Leleune High 1: Golf Team; Spartanburg High 2: Chess Club; Lee High 3: GoIf Team, Chess Tearn, Mathematics Honor Society, National Honor Society; Quantico High 4: National Honor Socierv President. inter-C1ub Council Vice President and Parliamentarian.

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Class PlaT

BRUCE STANLEY CILL
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3: Football, Tool Chest Club; Quantico High 4: Tool Chest
Club,

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F]ARVEY STEVENSON FIANIBY
Hayr,vood High 1: Band, Library Club; Gar-Field High 2:

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D--.r T*r...--r^r 1-. \-1,,t. A.,--ri_. rui_L J' EooLball. -lool auu) \,udrrL'ru rrSr' 2. ' Chest Club; Quantrco High 4: FootbaLl, Tool Chest C1ub,
Band. \,lost School Spirited,

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LINDA HORNSTEIN
Quantico High 1: Shoelace Sta{f , Pep Club, National Junior Honor Society; Quantico High 2: Shoelace Staff, National Honor Society; Quantico High 3: Class Secretary, National Honor Sociery, BOONDOCKER Literary Editor, Inklings Staff, Shoelace Stajf; Quantico High 4: Class Secretary, BOONDOCKER Associate Editor, National Honor Society,

Inklings Staff, N{ost LikeIy to Succeed.

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College Acceptances

SANFORD BEEBE I{UNT

American School in London 1; American School in London 2; Quantico High 3; Quantico 4,

PAMELA SUE JUETT Jeb Stuart High 1;Jeb Stuart High 2; Quantlco High 3; Quantico High 4: BOONDOCKER Staff.

CAROL JEAN KASICA

Kailus High 1: Choir; Kailua High 2: SeIect Choir; Pep Club; Quantico High 3; Quantico High 4: BOONDOCKER Sta-ff ;
Shoelace StaJf,

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