Aberdeen High School - Arrivederci Yearbook (Aberdeen, MD)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1946 volume:
The Senior Class
NINETEEN HUNDRED and FORTY-SIX
A berdeen High School
We, the class of '46, wish to dedicate this issue of Arrivedercia to
MISS RUTH BAUGHER
who has worked unselfishly for the benefit to A. H. S. and its pupils.
To The Class of 1946
It was Shakespeare who so aptly said, "I count myself in nothing else so happy as
in a soul remembering my good friends." It will be easy to remember a class that
was willing to work to attain its goals - whose goals have been worth attaining.
Continue through life with that same consistency of purpose and determination
toward an end, and your life will be one of success and happiness.
RUTH L. BAUGHER
To The Class of 1946
Those who have learned to know you have learned
to like you, and it is my sincere wish that this same
good fortune shall always follow you wherever you go
and in whatever your work may be.
E. H. STEVENS
High School Faculty
DR. E. H. STEVENS
MRS. MARION L. MILLER
Ass't. Principal, Music
MRS. HARRIET ALLEN
Senior Advisor, English, Mathematics
MISS MAYFIELD WALKER,
Science YH- 'flaky
MR. EARL C. PRICE
MISS ANN MIDDLETON
MISS MARY JAMES SHUTT
MISS VIRGINIA BRINSFIELD
English, Physical Education
MRS. RUTH L. HALPERT
!jFr nch, Hgiasry
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MR. HUNTER SUTHERLAND
MISS RUTH HAMILTON
MISS MILDRED MURPHY
Grammar School Faculty
DR. E. H. STEVENS
MRS. MARION L. MILLER
MISS HELEN CRONIN
MISS HELEN PRICE
Second and Third Grades
MISS JEWEL BUREAU
MISS MARGARET MEARS
Second and Third Grade
MISS BESS FORWARD
MRS. SUSIE SIMMONS
MRS. MABEL KELLY
MISS NORMA BRETALL
Fifth and Sixth Grades
Seated-Welsh, Dorman, Asher, Cronin, Armstrong, Ray, Cooper.
Standing-Peters, Hyde, Cook, Gerdom, Cullum, Fox, Mitchell, Mrs, Allen, Baldwin
Marian Cronin .................,........,.,.........,.,........,..,..... Editor-in-Chief
Ellen Asher ,,,,...,,,
Betty Cooper ....,..
Tommie Ray .......
Betty Sue Armstrong
Lorraine La Penotiere
There we stood, nervous and excited. CWhy?J It was graduation night.
At last the cue was given, and we started solemnly up the aisle. Thoughts filled
our minds. Suddenly the whole stage became transformed into a mild September
day in 1942. We, the class of '46, were freshmen. We wanted this year to be the
happiest, but soon disaster struck throughout the world-AMERICA WAS AT
WAR!!! With all our ups and downs and with all our efforts to help win the
war, we struggled through the freshman year.
1943344 We were now called the sophisticated sophomores, but deep
down, pride filled our heartsg we weren't far from graduation.
1944-'45 Upperclassmen at last! We saved and worked hard to give the
seniors a banquet they'd never forget. It proved a success, and we loved every
minute of it.
1945-'46 We were seniors, pride and pets of the high school. We had all
the problems seniors have and came through with flying colors. The Blue and
Gold, the yearbook, May Day, and at last graduation! We have the privilege of
being the first peace time graduating class in four years,
Suddenly aware that Dr. Stevens was addressing us, we snapped back into
alertness. With mingled emotions, we left our glorious years in A. H. S. to the
Class of '47. Q
STERLING PYLE "CURLY"
"Curly", most independent, comes and
goes as he likes. He expresses his opinion in
no uncertain terms and is well liked by all
his classmates. He is an all round athlete.
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ELLEN ASHER UASHERH
"Asher" is known to all of us for her gay
sense of'humor. Her versatility will help
her succeed in any career she may choose.
BETTY COOPER "COOPER"
"Cooper's" never changing personality
makes her one of the outstanding members
of the Senior Class. She will go far in her
CYNTHIA COOK Q , "CYNNIE"
"Cynnie's" efficiency has been proven by
her handling ,of the Senior funds. She is
one of the fortunate few who has a com-
bination of beauty and brains.
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BETTY SUE ARMSTRONG "SUE"
Strawberry blond tresses
Untiring efforts on the yearbook
Efficient way she handles the monitors.
BETTY BALDWIN "BALDIE"
When it comes to athletics, "Baldie" is the
one who can do it. She is seldom seen with-
out her Junior friends, Norma, Pat, and
ELLA BEAVERS ELLA
Ella is one of the new comers to the
senior class. Dancing and smiling are her
ROSE LEE BRANDHOFF "ROSY"
"Rosy" is our quiet, studious classmate.
She is one of Miss Walker's most capable
OMA BREEDEN "OMA"
Oma is usually found working in the
oiiice. She is one of Dr. Stevens' most able
assistants. Many of her friends are looking
forward to visiting her future cattle ranch.
DOROTHY COEN "DOT"
With her dimpled smile "Dot" will cheer
her patients back to health. Her hobbies
are softball and playing the guitar.
GEORGE CRESWELL "POPEYE"
Not too serious,
Not too gay,
But "Popeye" is a good
friend any day,
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MARIAN CRONIN "CRONIN"
"Cronin" is bound to get ahead because
of her merry blue eyes and shiny black hair.
Her pleasing ways will make Cronin quite
a success in the future years.
CARROLL CULLUM CARROLL
As captain of the Patrol, Carroll has work-
ed faithfully for the good of A.H.S. His
main interest is running the movie projector.
CARLTON DORMAN "CARL"
Underclass girls seem to be one of Carl-
ton's main interests. He took a leading part
in the senior play.
PAULINE EDWARDS "POLLY"
Although "Polly" did not join us until we
were seniors, she has endeared herself to all
MILDA FOX MILDA
With her cheerful disposition and win-
ning ways Milda will be successful as a
nurse. Her hobbies are reading and caring
BE'I'I'Y GERDOM "GERT"
Sincerity will be a keynote of "Gert's"
success. She will be an asset in any business
MARGARET GROSSMAN "TEX"
Even though "Tex" is a new comer, she
has made many friends. The only state in
the union is Texas as far as Margaret is
CHARLES JACOBS "JAKE"
"Jake's" whole hearted interest in all
school activities aided him in being the
first sophomore ever to be awarded the Big
"A", His jolly disposition has made him the
LORRAINE LA PENOTIERE LORRAINE
Lorraine has two great loves. One is jit-
terbug dancing, and the other is operating
the switch board at the telephone office.
MARK MILLER "BILL"
"Bill" is one of our star athletes. Although
he is never at a loss for words and his puns
aren't funny, they have made him known
throughout the school.
CLARENCE MITCHELL "MITCH' '
"Mitch" is a "double wonder" on the
athletic fieldg however, he doesn't try to
get to first base with the opposite sex. He
has a willing way and a dry sense of humor.
LUCILLE PARISH LUCILLE
As editor-in-chief of the Blue and Gold
Lucille has helped to make it an interesting
ETHEL PETERS ETHEL
Ethel is one of our petite classmates. She
works in the office and has a slight leaning
ANNE RAY "TOMMIE"
Although she is small, her run of chatter
is continuous. "Tommie" has an unlimited
amount of energy which has contributed to
the success of many school activities.
JACK SCHANTZ JACK
With his electrified jalopy and his contag-
ious giggle, Jack is always ready to lend a
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PATRICIA WELSH "PAT"
"Pat" can be acclaimed as having all the
qualities for which so many of us strive.
Her artistic ability has boosted the morale
of the senior class many times.
RAYMOND WILLIAMSON RAYMOND
Although Raymond is very reserved, one
can always depend upon him to do his share.
ORCHESTRA HIGH WEAK USUALLY SEEN
MEMBER NOTE NOTE
George Creswell fishing studying at ice plant
Carroll Cullum tallness Havre de Grace running movies
Carlton Dorman swimming Hirting grinning
Clarence Mitchell basketball girls with Jake
Charles Jacobs athletics Tommie around girls
Raymond Williamson chemistry dates ? ? ? ?
Jack Schantz blondes Miss Walker in his FO1'd
Sterling Pyle loafing studying sleeping
Mark J. Miller Baltimore Miss Shutt boasting
Betty Sue Armstrong monitor duty giggling yelling at Frosh.
Ellen Asher arguing her brown eyes Chewing gum
Betty Baldwin athletics height skipping study
Ella Beavers dancing "down south" laughing
Rose Lee Brandhoff being quiet football teaching
Oma Breeden sailors chickens in the OEICC
Cynthia Cook personality hor red hair with senior money
Dorothy Coen dimples sailors giggling
Betty Cooper legs cats with Gerdom 8: Cook
Marian Cronin efficiency boys working on the yearbook
Milda Fox reading singing buying bread
Betty Gerdom minding her "Smitty" writing letters
Margaret Grossman Texas Shelby hooking school
Lorraine LaPenotierc friendliness flirting at the telephone exchange
Lucille Parish good humor a certain sailor going to the Post Oiiice
Ethel Peters efficiency thc U.S.O. with Oma
Tommie Ray leadership temper expressing her opinion
Patricia Welsh drawing cracking jokes blushing
Pauline Edwards intelligence sundaes pestering Miss Walker
Senior Class Will
We, the members of the Senior Class of Aberdeen High School, in this
year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and forty-six, being of sound mind and
body, do hereby register at this time our last will and testament.
BETTY ARMSTRONG wills her chief librarianship and monitorship to whoeve:
can handle it. fNo doubt Doris Creswell is needed for the jobj
ELLEN ASHER wills her height to Patty Radcliffe who wishes to grow.
BETTY BALDWIN wills her athletic ability to Elizabeth Martin and Helen
ELLA BEAVERS wills her giggling to Virginia Hall and Thelma Harrington.
ROSE LEE BRANDHOFF wills her beautiful hands to Martha Krajca.
OMA BREEDEN leaves her office ability to Charlotte Norris and Pauline Shenk.
I Good Luckj
DOROTHY COEN unwillingly parts with her dimples to Jackie Holt.
CYNTHIA COOK bequeaths her red hair to Eleanor Preston who wants a change.
BETTY COOPER who was willed her beautiful legs now leaves them to the
capable Connie Ferrell.
GEORGE CRESWELL leaves his active work to Mary Courtney and Ruth
MARIAN CRONIN unwillingly gives her ability in managing the "Arrivedercia"
to Myrtle Vaught.
CARROLL CULLUM leaves his efficient managing of the movie projector to
CARLTON DORMAN wills to his brother his scholastic ability which Bill doesn't
PAULINE EDWARDS leaves her academic ability to Earline Reeves although
she doesn't need it.
MILDA FOX sadly leaves her love for the Air Corps to Ruth Loynds.
BETTY GERDOM wills her desire to be of close relationship to Clarence and
Louis Smith and hopes they feel the same.
MARGARET GROSSMAN wills her southern accent to Norman Bristow and
CHARLES JACOBS leaves his athletie ability and student activity to Jack Free-
man and Stanley Magness. QWhat's this world coming to?J
LORRAINE LA PENOTIERE leaves her sister, Joan, the latest jitterbug steps
in A. H. S.
MARK MILLER wills his gift of gab to Gladys Morris and Elaine DuH'.
CLARENCE MITCHELL leaves his quiet manner to Kennie Lamb, Bill Jewell,
and Herbie Burns.
LUCILLE PARISH wills her love for the Navy to Lois Holden.
ETHEL PETERS leaves Wanda Beaehboard the ability to get around Dr. Stevens.
STERLING PYLE wills, with regret, to his brother, Donald, his ability to keep
away from A. H. S. Wolverines.
ANNE RAY wills her small figure to Caroline Grier and her chatter to Doris
JACK SCHANTZ unwillingly gives his jalopy to Henry Kretlow and George Hiob.
PAT WELSH wills her quiet demure manner to June Vicari, Elva Brown, and
RAYMOND WILLIAMSON leaves his ability to keep away from the opposite
sex to Virginia Long and Betty Preston.
Mrs. Harriet Allen
Miss Mayfield Walker
Rose Lee Brandhoff
Year- 1 956
CAST-ALUMNI OF CLASS OF '46
"Gee, Peg, have you seen STERLING PYLE co-staring with MARIAN
CRONIN in their latest picture, Life of Frank Swoonatra? Remember when they
were in our class?" asked Lou.
"Yes, the Director of Photography is CARROLL CULLUM," replied Peg.
"Guess whom I saw today?"
"Whom?" asked Lou. '
"BETTY SUE ARMSTRONG, she has received her Ph. D. and is one of
the prominent members of the Ballistic Lab. at the Proving Grounds."
"I read in the Harford Democrat the other day that BETTY BALDWIN,
DOROTHY COEN, and MILDA FOX are now assisting ROSE LEE BRAND-
OFF, chief instructor of Maryland General Hospital. Some profession I'd say"
"Hi, Bill where have you been?,' questioned Peg.
"In the show, and can you guess whom I saw in the Sports Newsreel?
None other than CHARLES JACOBS and CLARENCE MITCHELL, the new
All-American stars of the Brooklyn Dodgers," answered Bill.
"PAT WELSH is now an animated cartoonist, practically another Walt
Disney. I always knew she would get ahead in her career," said Lou.
"CARLTON DORMAN is now accountant for OMA BREEDON and
MARGARET GROSSMAN'S ranch. It's gained national fame," Bill added.
"Did you know that TOMMY RAY is head instructor of athletics at Hood
College, and CYNTHIA COOK and ELLEN ASHER are now two of John
Robert Power's leading models," replied Peg.
"Can you believe that MARK MILLER and JACK SCHANTZ are
actually running good competition with Bob Hope?" remarked Lou.
"Remember ELLA BEAVERS and LUCILLE PARISH? They are suc-
cessful secretaries. By the day, LORRAINE LA PENOTIERE is chief operator
of Aberdeen's Telephone Company," said Peg.
"Look, there go BETTY COOPER and BETTY GERDOM. They
must be doing their shopping. They're the first to marry out of our class," said
"I know," said Peg, "The girls told me they get their produce from
RAYMOND WILLIAMSON'S farm." Q
"Dad is going to make some ice cream tonight, so I guess he will go to
GEORGE CRESWELUS ice plant for ice. You know he has a chain of them
now. Won't you come over to my house for some ice cream tonight."
'Well, I'll see if I can make it, gotta rush now. So long."
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lst Row--Preston, Lofthouse, Duff, Brown, Vicari, Martin, Creswell, Peterson, Rad-
-! J cliffe, Loynds, Preston, LaPenotiere, Holden, Beachboard.
Xml' Ap 4 2nd Row-Burns, Leftridge, Harrington, Elias, Shenk, Courtney, Norris, Krazea,
G Ferrell, Grier, Morris, Miss Shutt, Griffith, Pyle. 5 "
3rd Row-Hiob, Dorman, Freeman, Magness, Crqjin, Long, Bristow, Halsted, Smith,
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The juniors worked hard to make the Junior-Senior Banquet a success.
They have shown great determination and a Hne spirit of sportsmanship. With
such ideals they have the ingredients which make fine Seniors.
President ........... ...... D oris Creswell
Vice-President ..... ,,.... M yrtle Vaught
Secretary ..,. ,,,. E lizabcth Martin
Treasurer ,,,,., ,,,,,. D oris Peterson
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lst Row-Stevensijgones, Kalmbacker, Krauss, Nye, Cook, Burns, Brown,
Johnson, Kolarik, Cleasuras, Trago, Turnbaugh, LaBroad, Evans, Gaunt, Entlee.
2nd Row-Miss Middleton, Hopkins, Coppersmith, Heap, Blanchard, Morris, Stearns
Beavers, Taylor, Chessock, Spear, Ferguson, Kiethlez, Blaylock, Neidlien, Pyle,
Denbol, White, Harris, Miss Walker.
3?-,Row-Oliver, May, Goldstein, Austin, Kelly, Gregory, LaBroad, Vachek
nagel, Byrne, Thompson, Pyle, Price, Black, Renner, Ketchersid, Lilley, Chalone.
Co-operationfthat has been the keynote to the success of the sophomore
President ..,...... ........ J ack Krouse
Vice-President ,,,,,,..,,., Mildred Kolarik
Secretary ,,..,,,., ........ Z oc Clcassuras
Treasurer .,.,.. Nan Burns
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lst Row-Travers, Cummings, Hawton, Grafton, Hyde, Bennington, Duff, Baker,
Martin, Beavers, Thomas, Hoke, Golladay, Curry.
2nd Row-Oldt, Shue, Tucker, Hammel, Brown, Tamkus, Armstrong, Mojzisek,
Shippard, Kinunen, Miller, Swann, Adams, Sines, Morkovsky, Young.
3rd Row-Mr. Sutherland, Bulloak, Cerny, Speak, Henry, Willard, Fejfar, Hoberts,
Gerdom, Dula, Wagner, Stamper, Register, Laughter, Stime, Miss Brinslield.
'gd 4th Row-Baublitz, Baker, Halstead, Sutula, Elliott, Morgan, Moxley, Meek? West,
X Dorman, Pender, Brown, Morganstibn, Bene, Zentrick.
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of high school life. With the usual frosh pranks they have kept the school
in an uproar.
lst Row-Brown, Day, Budnick, Ferrell, Burns, Ford, McGonigal, Blanchard Me
Crackm Elias, Kells, Pyle, Baker, Strong, Strong.
2nd Row-Burns, Wallen, Sayers, Cantler, Tamkus, Vachek, Hart, Kondelick Gross
Butlefshertzer, Latka, Walls, Evans, Craig, Stime.
3rd Row-Miss Murphy, Campbell, Veseley, Brown, Duff, Cronin, Lofthouse Den
bovy, Black, Stamper, Buff, McCarney, Sexton, Livezey, Bristow, Miss Hamilton.
. 4th Row-McKelvey, Denbow, May, Stevens, Newberry, Bradley, Griffith Byrne
Law, Mull, Kelly, Zentrick, Armstrong, Lawley, Morris, Preston, Curd.
5th Row-Cook, Robertson, Johnson, Kilgore, Jones, Shue, Rayman, Goetzl, Rayman
The seventh grade is the first class to become a part of the high school
under the new twelve year system.
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Vice-President ..... .........
Secretary ,...... .....,...
'I reasurer .... ......
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1st Row-Cullum, Armstrong, Cronin, Pyle, Jacobs, Creswell, Baldwin, Ray, P ish
2nd Row-Miss Baugher, Gross, Johnson, Brown, Duff, Cook, Krause, Mr. Suther-
land, Mojzisek, Freeburger, Kondelick 1
As the Student Council ends its eighth year we proudly recognize it as
one of the most outstanding organizations ever formed in Aberdeen High School.
The Council is composed of representatives from each class and from each school
This association empowers the students to express their desires and opinions
connected with the school and to have a wider variety of school activities.
Miss Middleton, successor of Miss Baughcr, and Mr. Sutherland are the
lst Row-Vaught, Fox, Creswell, Armstrong, Kolarik, Miss Walker
2nd Row-Chessock, Burns, Stevens, Brandhoff
,L The Library Council is made up of a few pupils from the different classes.
As the teacher librarian can be in the library only a few periods a week, these pupil
librarians make it possible to have the library open during the other periods. They,
also, help prepare the new books for circulation, help in our yearly assembly pro-
gram, make posters on certain books, sponsor a play in order to buy new books,
and hr-lp keep the library in order. In this manner they serve their school in a
way that beneiits a large group of pupils.
Five new members were added to the group in February. They are Claire
Steam, Melba Blanchard, Marie Mojzisek, Lorrell Sheppard, and Bernice Tamkus.
President .......... ...... B etty Sue Armstrong
Vice-President .... ........ M ildred Kolarik
Secretary . .,........ ,..... D oris Creswell
Standing-Blanchard, Trago, Jacobs, Miss Brinslield, Baldwin
The officers of the Athletic Association of Aberdeen High School are:
President .,,.......... ...... B etty Baldwin
Vice-President ...... .... C harles Jacobs
Secretary ...,..,..,.. .....,. H enry Trago
Treasurer ..... .... D oris Creswcll
This year because of the addition of the seventh grade to the high school,
we have a six member board under the sponsorship of Miss Brinsfleld.
The fund has bought sufhcicnt equipment for use in the physical education
program, for the sports of each season, and for noonhour usc.
Blue and Gold Staff
Standing-Dorman, Miss Shutt, Cullum
Seated-Peters, Cooper, Mitchell, Ray, Gerdom
Editor-in-Chief ..,.... ........ L ucille Parish
' Assistant Editor ...,. ..... C larence Mitchell
Business Manager .... .......,......,... A nne Ray
Circulation Manager .... ...........,,,,, C ynthia Cook
Alumni Editor .,.......... .....,..........,.,,.,. L orraine LaPenotiere
Jokes .....,...l,....,......... ...... C arlton Dorman, Carroll Cullum
Sports Editor .. ...,........,...........................,........... Betty Gerdom
Proof Readers ..... ..... M iss Shutt, Ella Beavers, Carlton Dorman
The Blue 8: Gold is a bi-monthly report of school activities. This year the
paper has been organized and mimeographed by the Commercial Department.
lst Row-Cook, Ray Armstrong, Cooper, Hyde
2nd Row-Byrd, Jacobs, Cronin, Pyle, Baldwin
3rd Row-Gerdom, Asher
The task of the monitors is to keep the halls as quite and 'orderly as
possible, This year the group did a good job even though their work isn't generally
Several new members have been added to this staff. Thev .ire Jack
Schantz, Patricia Welsh, and Margaret Grossman.
Cook, Mitchell, Nordan, Gross, Chessock, Oliver Stamford
-Morgenstern, Bennington, Cummings, Butler Budnxck Shipley
Row-Hiob, Burns, Getzel, Gross, Rayman
Row-Krauss, Leftridge, Ketcherson, Cook, Elliott
Row-Trage, Magness, Cullum, Vachek, Kinumen
T ncler the strong leadership of Carroll Cullum, the patrolmen have done
a splendid job this year. The duties of these patrolmen are to help and to
protect the students from any dangers on the playground and on the buses The
work dune by these boys is invaluable to our school.
Left to Right--Cook, Peterson, Radcliffe, Cronin, Asher, Ray
This year for the First time A. H. S. has an organized cheering squad
headed by six leaders. These six girls were chosen by the student body ,and since
then have devoted themselves to improving school spirit. They deserve high
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lst Row-Griffith, Smith, Miller, White, Vachek
2nd Row-Morganstern, Cook, Gregory, Ketchersid, Schantz, May
3rd Row-Kelly, Miss Brinsfield, Chalone
4th Row-Austin, Krauss, LaBroad, Finkernagel, Trago
Coach Captain Co-captain
Miss Brinsfield Lewis Smith Robert Wright
Center Forward . .,... ........ M ark Miller Center Halfback ..,......... James Ketchersid
Left Inside ...,...,... ....... L ewis Smith Left Halfback ...... .....,.., R oger Preston
Right Inside ....,... ...,., S idney Vachek Right Halfbatk ..,.... ,,,,,....,. F ord May
Left End ......,.,.. ..,...,...... H enry Trago Guard ..,..,,..,..,.....,..., .,.,... B ill Chalone
Right End ...... .......,.... C harles Griflith Goal .,................. .......... .,... R 0 bert Wright
Substitutes .... Don La Broad, Fred Baldwin
Although the team did not do well, the members enjoyed playing and
gained experience which will enable them to be one of the leading teams next year.
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Standing-Creswell, Bristow, Asher, Armstrong, Cook, Krajea, Miss Middleton
Knealing-Baldwin Radcliffe, Ray, Clessurass, Cronin
Fieldball season ended with five victories and one defeat for the strong
Aberdeen squad. Games played were as follows:
Aberdeen Havre de Grace
Aberdeen Old Post Road
Aberdeen Bel Air
Bel Air and Aberdeen met at Highland for the much awaited championship
game. The teams had practiced long and hard. Both teams were determined to
win and fought hard for the game. In the end Aberdeen accepted defeat with a
score of 4- to 0.
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Left to right: Cronin, Armstrong, Bristow, Tucker, Ray, LaBroad, Blanchard
Baldwin, Radcliffe, Cleasuras, Henry, Cooper, Cook, Miss Baugher.
Havre de Grace
Aberdeen Bel Air
The Aces went through an undefeated season and captured the League crown
then they went on to higher victories by winning the tournament championship.
Miss Baugher and Mr. Cassidy were the capable coaches.
lst Row-Mitchell, Gregory, Kelly, D. Pyle, M. Miller
2nd Row-Mr. Sutherland, Magness, Freeman, Black, Jacobs, LaBroad, J. Miller,
S Pyle, Kretlow
Aberdeen Bel Air Aberdeen jarrettsville
34- 39 65 22
25 29 55 19
Aberdeen Havre de Grace Aberdeen Highland
39 30 33 24
30 28 21 24
Aberdeen Dublin Toumament
38 24- Aberdeen Dublin
29 26 31 25
Aberdeen Slate Ridge Aberdeen Bel Air
54 23 20 47
Coached by Mr. Sutherland the boys had a very successful season winning 13 out
of 20 games in county and outside competition.
This was the second consecutive year the boys have gone to the finals but have
lost to the championship team.
The squad is looking forward to next year with several varsity members returning
to have a winning team.
Mr. and lblrs. Harry E. Pyle
and Mrs. Emory Lee Howlett
M. Sgt. and Mrs. Kent
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gerdom
Mr. and Mrs. A. Long
Mr, Joe Mortz
Dr. and Mrs. D. Maddrill
T. Sgt. C. S. Livingston
Miss Georgia Cook
and Mrs. Blanchard
Miss Mary Lee Fox
Mrs. Dennis Vaught
Miss Janice Helwig
Mr. and Mrs. George Geotz
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brestow
Sgt. and Mrs. Quinton Gerdom
Miss Marty Willoughby
Miss Miriam Gerdom
Mr. Bill Carr
Mr. and Mrs. John Long
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Niswonger
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Isle
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Connolly
Mr. and Mrs. B. Ray
Mrs. H. A. Beachboard
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. C. Curcns
Mr. and Mrs. Ponds
Miss Betty Gean Leslie
Mrs. T. C. Carver
Miss Phylis Wertman
Mr. P. N. Hood
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerdom
Capt. and Mrs. A. Y. Willard
Mrs. M. L. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Price
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
M. C. Whiteford
C. W. Whiteford
. LaRue Jacobs
Mrs. Ethel Smith
Mrs. Oscar L. Jacobs
Mrs. Eva G. Seiler
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baldwin
Mr. Richard Ray Smith
Miss Joan LaPenotiere
Mrs. Florence E. LaPenotiere
Mrs. Mary E. Sanner
Miss Blanche Wilmoth
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