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The figure of Architect Truehart Poston at rear of lobby gives an indication of its spaciousness. Glass Flagpole - The staff from which Old Glory is to wave high over the city's most expensive building, is raised on its base by workmen of the C. The pole and its extensive concrete apron and walks were donated by the Schewel family. Thursday on theme "Showing at Glass." Nancy Stedman, Kim Waters Katherine Platt and Janet Jackson practice dance they will perform in original Latin play "Liberalia" to be given by Cicero class. Ould Jr., second from right, chairman of the Lynchburg Lions Club's civic improvement committee, turns over approximately 60 copies each of two books which will be used by E. Glass High School seniors in social studies classes to study the dangers of Communism.

At left is Varsity Club Room, which is being transformed into a classroom. Gupton instructs adult night electronics class in mathematics and related theory while others in two year course work with equipment. The threat, made at this morning, followed two threats Tuesday afternoon. Glass High School, is the store clerk helping the youths acquire the Beatle look. Martin of Lynchburg, Clarence Holshouser of Savannah, Ga.; back row, from left, Herbert Garland of New York and Hugh Featherstone of Venezuela. 19, 1964 - Expansion Site - Aerial photo from rear of E. Glass High School shows location where future expansion of facility would possibly take place at the rear of the present building, upper right. The new shop facility are in line with efforts of the vocational education department in the city school system to upgrade and raise in prestige the whole vocational arts program. Another public pool at Dunbar High School is expected to be open within next two weeks. has contract for pools, which are costing a total of 0,000. When completed, the new building will afford the school additional shop facilities and greatly enlarge the curriculum offered in the vocational field, school officials said. The fancy-free but footsore students were given soft drinks by a local bottling firm midway through the six-hour exodus and later returned to Riverside Park for a picnic. The performance will include two choirs from each school and will last about an hour and a half with 230 pupils participating altogether.1910s - The old E. Glass High School, built on Park Avenue and first occupied by students in 1911.

Glass, shows that areas at Glass never meant for classrooms are being converted because of overcrowding. 12, 1963 - Dusting the Doughboy - Teen-aged sorority pledges Betty Jo De Witt, left, and Caroline Weiss climbed up on the World War I monument on Church Street yesterday and proceeded to remove all the dust on the statue with toothbrushes. November 20, 1963 - Bomb Threat Interrupts Classes - E. Glass High School students return to classes this morning after a third bomb threat interrupted schedules and threw the school into emergency drill procedures. Morrison said Wednesday he did not know when the pool would be completed and opened. May 1966 - Roof goes on next - Montgomery Construction Co. July 26, 1966 - Vocational Building Almost Completed - Workmen have almost finished construction of the new 2,236 vocational building at E. Sponsored by the school's Student Cooperative Association, the students found area businesses and industries to pay them for each mile they walked and in return students brandished signs and placards as an advertisement for the sponsoring businesses. May 8, 1969 - First Place Winners - Mike Burnett, left, and Charles Baer, students in H. December 10, 1971 - Glass-Dunbar Concert - Students at E. Glass and Dunbar high schools practiced today for the first combined concert ever held by the two schools slated for 3 p.m. Students, from left, include, Gary Rosser, Debbie Bryant and Deborah Younger. William Coleman takes impression for mouth piece for lineman J.

Instruction area and work area are in same room at E. November 22, 1963 - Rehearsing Scene - Four members of the David Garrick Players at E. Glass High School rehearse a hanging scene from a production of, "The Devil's Disciple", which will be presented in the school's auditorium at 8 p.m. The are, from left, Harry Gilliam, Robert Fortune, Charles Murray and Maury Thompson. It appeared in the paper the day of the assassination of President John F. Modeling the latest vogue in teenage fashions - .77 Beatle wigs - are, from left, Jack Vaughan, 17, Lem Mc Craw, 19, and Eugene Bryan 15. June 21, 1964 - Class Reunion - Talking over old times and recent experiences are members of the class of 1924: front row, from left, Mrs. In recent discussion it was proposed that planetarium be buit on school grounds, lower center. July 8, 1965 - Pool moves toward completion - Construction of a new public swimming pool at E. December 20, 1965 - Pouring of Foundation Begun at Glass - Workmen today began pouring the foundation for the new vocational building at E.

At left is Varsity Club Room, which is being transformed into a classroom. Gupton instructs adult night electronics class in mathematics and related theory while others in two year course work with equipment. The threat, made at this morning, followed two threats Tuesday afternoon. Glass High School, is the store clerk helping the youths acquire the Beatle look. Martin of Lynchburg, Clarence Holshouser of Savannah, Ga.; back row, from left, Herbert Garland of New York and Hugh Featherstone of Venezuela. 19, 1964 - Expansion Site - Aerial photo from rear of E. Glass High School shows location where future expansion of facility would possibly take place at the rear of the present building, upper right. The new shop facility are in line with efforts of the vocational education department in the city school system to upgrade and raise in prestige the whole vocational arts program. Another public pool at Dunbar High School is expected to be open within next two weeks. has contract for pools, which are costing a total of 0,000. When completed, the new building will afford the school additional shop facilities and greatly enlarge the curriculum offered in the vocational field, school officials said. The fancy-free but footsore students were given soft drinks by a local bottling firm midway through the six-hour exodus and later returned to Riverside Park for a picnic. The performance will include two choirs from each school and will last about an hour and a half with 230 pupils participating altogether.

August 27, 1968 - Through Traffic Barred - Workmen today constructed a chain barrier on the roadway at E. Glass High School to enforce a ban on through traffic. June 21, 1971 - First Flag Corps - Neil Haworth, at left, who is band director at E. Glass High School, has organized flag corps at high school. Lynchburg Dental Society is volunteering its services to take mouth piece impressions for local football team. Jan 14, 1960 - Gift to High School - Margaret Williams, right, of E. Glass High School faculty, accepts landscape, Reflections of India, painted by Lynchburg artist Sally Baldock, at left.

Hoskins, co-chairman of Lynchburg Chapter DAR committee in charge of purchasing books. Shown here during the ceremony, are, from left to right: John Williams, field representative for the Woodmen of the World; cadets Larry Rose and Dan Hodnett; Jon Sims, cadet commander at glass; Col. Robert Mayne, who supervise the cadet program, and Edward James, a cadet. Glass teams had impressions taken at school Thursday night.

Hoskins, co-chairman of Lynchburg Chapter DAR committee in charge of purchasing books. Shown here during the ceremony, are, from left to right: John Williams, field representative for the Woodmen of the World; cadets Larry Rose and Dan Hodnett; Jon Sims, cadet commander at glass; Col. Robert Mayne, who supervise the cadet program, and Edward James, a cadet.

Unless otherwise indicated, these entries are expressions that I first heard during the 1950s and 1960s when I was growing up on White Oak Mountain on our farm near the Raleigh/Summers county line.

Sanderson, who was a member of the improvement committee. Racer, chairman of the school's social studies department; Mrs.

Lynchburg Dental Society is volunteering its services to take mouth piece impressions for local football team. Jan 14, 1960 - Gift to High School - Margaret Williams, right, of E. Glass High School faculty, accepts landscape, Reflections of India, painted by Lynchburg artist Sally Baldock, at left.

Glass High School, at demonstration panel with electronics technology students Douglas Ramsey and Melvin Willis. The two black students are the first to attend a white school in Lynchburg. August 27, 1954 - Prize Project - A recent aerial photograph shows the expansive layout at the new E. Glass High School, listed by school authorities in their annual report as an outstanding accomplishment. The books are the first of a collection being given by the club in memory of the late George W. Fleshood, instruction director for Lynchburg schools; Ralph A.