Aberdeen High School - Arrivederci Yearbook (Aberdeen, MD)
- Class of 1955
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TH SENIOR CLASS
PRESENTS THE 17 ANNUAL.
ABERDEEN HIGH SCHOOL
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE AND THE MEN
AND WOMEN MERELY PLAYERS SHAKE
IN THE GIGANTIC PRODUCTION ENTITLED
LIFE WE THE SENIORS OF 1955 WISH TO
MAKE OUR GRAND ENTRANCE AMID THL AP
FALLS ON ACT I WHICH IS MERELY A PRE
LUDE TO THE IMPORTANT ROLE WE ARE TO
MANY OF US WILLACT BEHIND THE SCENES
OF THIS PLAY CALLED LIFE OTHERS WILL GO
ON TO DIRECT AND PRODUCE IT WITH LOVE
OF GOD AND COUNTRY AS OUR SCRIPT WE
SHALL SHARE IN THE VAST UNFOLDING OF
THIS TREMENDOUS EPIC
HOWEVER WITH THE STRENGTH AND HOPE
OF YOUTH WE SHALL ATTAIN SUCCESS IN THE
GRAND THEATRE OF LIFE
PLAUSE AT GRADUATION TIME, THE CURTAIN
MR. RICHARD PRICE
SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR
You are fast approachmg the end of part of your formal
educatlon For some of you th1s w1ll be your last year IU
school others w1ll go on to h1gher 1nst1tut1ons of learmng
It 1S my srncere hope that you have learned much 1n a for
mal sense that you can read w1th 1ns1ght and understand1ng
that you know the value ofX2+Z 4 that you are agood typ
1St and that you can wr1te a well constructed paragraph ex
press1ng your ldeas clearly But more than these Ihope
that you have learned tlungs of greater 1mportance that a
good man 1S better than a bad man that the only ev1l man 15
the one who loves ev1l and not he who errs for we all do
that that before God all are equal ln opportumty that IH l1fe
everyone should be allowed to do what he can best do w1th
h1s talents and ab1l1t1es that 1U God's slght the brotherhood
of man IS a real1ty that the thrng wh1ch d1st1ngu1shes man
from the lower ammals rs h1s reason1ng power that vlolence
never was and never wrllbe the solutlon to any problem that
a klnd word 15 mmghtmer by far than many swords
lf you have learned many essent1al facts and begun to
formulate your ph1losophy of llfe keeplng mn m1nd the thlngs
l have Just ment1oned then you need never worry about the
future You w1ll be prepared to meet and deal w1th any s1t
uatron that may ar1se
It has been my pr1v1lege to be your sen1or sponsor I
have been proud of you and your accompllshments I expect
even greater achlevements 1n the future
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ABERDEEN OUR ALMA MATER
PRAISE TO THEE WE SING
EVER LOYAL ALMA MATER
ONWARD ONWARD IS OUR WATCHWORD
CONQUER AND PR EVAIL
ALL HER STUDENTS LAUD AND PRAISE HER
ABERDEEN' ALL HAIL'
ALL OUR PRAISES RING. ,
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To the Senlors
I have known most of you who are graduatlng almost
seven years exc1t1ng years of growth and change Ire
gret losmng s1ght of you because I know you w1ll contlnue
to grow and change and that more exc1t1ng years are yet
Most of you w1ll welcome your newly won freedom
But w1th that freedom go respons1b1l1t1es that cannot be
brushed aslde The type of person you become and the
future you create IS of v1tal lmportance to your parents
to your teachers to local taxpayers who pay for your edu
cat1on to the communlty 1n wh1ch you w1ll l1ve and later
You cannot know Just how much you mean to all these
people untll you yourselves reach that lndeflnable state
called maturlty By then you w1ll look back on your years
here w1th some fondness and w1th some regrets and at
present dlsappomtments or sh1n1ng successes w1th fa1nt
amusement But I hope when you look back you w1ll also
d1scover that you rece1ved here agood foundatlon ln bas1c
knowledge and that you developed w1th1n yourselves v1r
tures hablts and talents to enrlch your l1ves and make
you the k1nd of c1t1zens all of .IS want you to be
George H Corddry Jr
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MR I WALTER POTTER
To the graduates of 1953
It IS a gl eat pleasure for me to return to
Aberdeen I-Ilvh uehoolto see your Class complete
thls phase of your edueatlon Hax mg been apart
from you for almost two years I perhaps notlee
ehanges that others haue not notxeed because
they have been Wlth you dally fol sexeral years
The maturlty you have galned the mcreasrng
aet1v1t1es the seholastm aehlevements many of
you have made leave llttle doubtvmth me that you
are on the road to many sueeesses and satls
After your departure may you also return
and revlew wlth pleasure the process wh1eh as
s1stedyou 1n the many varlous ventures you vull
have undertaken Arr1xedere1'
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MRS INGEBURG SWEET
Mrs Sweet came to Aberdeen rn July of 1948 from Esslrngen Germany She at
tended schools rn both Germany and rn New York She has been secretary at Aber
deen Hxgh School srnce March 194
9 Her prevrous offrce experrence consrsted of
workrng rn an offrce for her father and workrng for the army
e on er varrous dutres keep
mg check on attendance actrng as school treasurer wrrtrng letters and transcrrpts
duplrcatrng forms to be frlled out durrng the course of the year and slavrng over
cafeterra reports She occasronally does some typrng and frlmg and frequently gtves
demonstratrons on the use of the mrmeograph machrne
Mrs Sweet confesses that she IS qurte happy rn her work at A H S and feels rt IS
a very rnterestrng job She rs a cheerful responsrble person whose frrendl 1
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readmess to help have won her the respect of both students and faculty
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ROBERT LEE DUPPSTADT
"I was just wondering."
The clown of the class, Duppy is usually
found at the home of some girl. He has repre-
sented his room in A.A. for four years, loves
roast turkey and girls, He claims that cross-
eyed butterflies upset him terribly and knowing,
this hep senior, we understand this crazy tnixed
IRENE MAE CULLUM
"Right in the mouth with a dead fish."
Rene has a neat distinction of being class
president for three years in succession. Having
fun with Doug and eating fried chicken are her
favorite pastimes. An active and friendly meni-
ber ofthe senior class, Reneis welcome in every
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IRENE ANN CHESSOCK
Irene has been a very popular member of the
senior class, Among her many achievements
during her twelve years at Aberdeen have been
the Editor of the Blue and Gold, captain of the
monitors, senior class treasurer, A.A. represent-
ative, and a member of the S.G.A. Rene's pet
peeveis home workgcheeseburggers and coke are
her favorite food. She wants to be a physical
therapist after graduation,
MARY BRYANT ELLER
"Arr-ya go Ace"
She might be described as a classylassie from
Virginia with a strong taste for Italian spaghetti
and coffee, Though all this is true, we also
know her as one of the girls who finds fun any-
where she goes and a boy or two along the way.
Five years on the Student Council and a leading
player on our varsity basketball team reflect
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RICHARD IRVING HILL ANNE JAEGER ROBERT NEIL SNODGRASS
Marlon Brando Anne Crowbait
"That s Life."
lJick's favorite hobby' is his
trumpet and he has been in the
school band for three years, He has
also played in the spring concert,
variety show and the operetta.
Dick's favorite subject is typing and
his pet peeve is school-room crib-
bing His plans are for college after
FRANCES NORMA PHIPPS
You all come
Has anyon seen a black 4
Chevrolet'P This is where Frankie
is almost always found She came
to Aberdeen from Virginia and her
hobbies are readim. and going out
She is usually talking or eating food
Anne takes the Academic course
and hopes to goto college, Her
hobbies are swimming and canoe-
ing. She likes to eat shrimp or
lobster, Anne was a member of the
Art Club, a Captain in the Magazine
Campaign and is nowa member of
the yearbook staff
RICHARD STEPHEN BOJANOWSKI
That s Cool
Bo is usually seen on Bonnett s
ner or in llliek s ear He s
real cool cat whose favorite dish is
fried chicken He came to Abtr
deen from New York City and was
sectional vice president of his
sophomore and junior classes He
can t stand cops stuck up people
or his father s car College is next
on his list
"l don't know,"
Fishing, hunting and archery
seem to be Neil's main interests,
Neilisa lylaryland-born lad andjust
loves chocolate milkshakes. ln-
dustrial Arts happens to be his
favorite subject. You could prob-
ably' find Neil somewhere around
the Chesapeake Bay
AUDRLY AINN RUSSELL
Don t Know do xa P
Audie rates a month s trip to
California and being a senior as her
main achievements in high school
This small blond savs that typing
rovernment cards is her pet peexe
Alter completionol thc commercial
course Audrey plans to work
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VVILLIAINI FRANKLIN RATHER SYLVIA INIAY CROSSINIAN GLEN DALE IIASII
"B'II" I Silver I Buck
All Women are Witches
Ifyou are looking lor Bill just go
to Harford Nash Sales Motorcycles
and automobiles fNashesj are Bill s
main hobbies Bill enjoys eating
hamburger steak and French fries
We don t know why but his pet
pceve is women
Silt er is a cute gal with naturally
curly hair and a real knack for
sports AHS was proud to receive
such a nice Californian within her
hallowed walls this year Sylyia
lox es camping syyinmnne skeet
shooting and aboye all traveling
In fact she won a trip to Wyoming
Look for Sily er whereyer sports are
being played and you ll usually
find her there
Ya don t say'
Dale came to our school this
year from Virginia ln Virginia
Buck served as a S G A Represent
ative and was a championship team
basketball player in Virginia
Dale s hobby is hunting He can
usually be found in Bonnett s His
pet peeye is hard work and his
fax oritc food Southern fried
chicken Dale plans to work after
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THOMAS CHILDS JACKSON CHARLL3 WALTLR ILLlf R LFE 5ll,PHL'N BH lILl LR
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1 urn mnrt to Aberdeen frorn
lndrana lle clarrns huntrng, and
trshrng as hrs lrobbres If you re
lookrnt, for hrnr he s probably at
the Llub House or mtrrrs, a T Bone
steak hrs fayorrte food Algebra IS
hrs tayorrte subject and he lrsts
homework as hrs pct peeve
Now let rrrc tell ya
Thrsactry e rnernbtr ofthe serrror
class has been presrdent of hrs
home room a rrrerrrber of the year
book staff and a student touncrl
representatrvc Chaza rs usually
found rrdrny, around rn hrs ear Hrs
favorrte food rs frred ehrcken and
hrs favorrte subjects are rnath and
serenee Chau hopes to attend
college after Lraduatron
Thrs tall Maryland boy loves
Loologv and frshrnt. llrs fayorrte
foods are steak wrth otrron and
Frenrh frres Hrs pet peevcsare
typnrg, and rnoyre censors Yo 1 can
usually frnd hrm at lyladalrrre sor rn
that 40 Xlercury Hrsrnarnachrue
rnents are Jr Varsrty basketballand
softball He plans to go to college
MARY MARKLAND KRAL NANCY ELEANOR STEPHENS bHlRLE f' JEAN GRAHAM
How bout That?
eyed grrl anywhere near a horse or
wrth Jack she lowes horse back
rrdrtrt., skatrng and swrrr rnrng Her
favorrte foods are frred shrrmp and
eheeseburptrs ln her senror year
she has betn a student C outrer
Represerrtatrve a nronrtor a mern
ber of the yearbook staff and man
aeer of the Magaz1neCampa1gn
What ya say'7
found ytrth Hap or workrngrn Dell s
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loves frred ehrtken Her lrobbrcs
are swrrnrnrrrr, and tennrs and her
pet peey es are concerted boys and
homework rs year she s
rnenrbcr of the Trr H1 Y and of the
to Aberdeen from lllrnors er
favorrte subject rs typrng and read
me good books and lrstenrng, t
records are her best pastrnre Ham
burgers and French fr1es are her
tayorrte food Her pct peexe
people who are always late bhe
has no uefrnrte plans for college
C,HARl.Lb RONALD RICHTER IOHIN HARRY GRIFFIN WARREN EARL PRLSTON .IR
Need any rnonev today?
If you want to frrrd Ronnre just
drop rnto our school bank He rs
one of our best tellers Although
Ronnre rs usually found rn the school
bank you can be sure he would
rather be drryrng, a Studebaker or
eatnrg, hot roast beef At trmes he
even drscusses hrs pet peeve
Look a GIRI
Thrs popular nrernber of the
scnror class can be found at any
and all sports events lle rs a mem
ber of the Leaders Club and rs very
fond of football Hot Rods and
grrls Johrrnre s fayorrte foods
are frred ehrcken and nrashcd po
tatoes He says hrs pet peeve rs
work Of all thrnes' He plans to
do just thrs after graduatron
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"Watchit, Paw, l'm a big boy now,"
Hunting and beautiful women
happen to be Tommy's main in-
terests. His favorite food fof all
thingsj is chicken liver. Study Hall
is Tommy's favorite subject and his
main goal in high school has been
getting out of typing class.
"Can't abide it."
Madaline is an active member
of the Senior class, hating been a
cheerleader for four years and hav-
ing participated in many other
a c t i v i t i e s, English compositions
seem to be her pct peeve and phy-
sicscomes first as her favorite sub-
ject. Boating tops her list of hob-
bies lf you see Lee M'1d'tline can
usually be found nearby 'xladaline
intends to go toeollegt after gradu
"Let's don't and say we did."
Evelyn came to us this year
from Florida and has been active
in senior doings, After graduation
Ev plans to go to business school,
Drawing is her faxorite hobby, She
also likes to sing and is a member
of the Senior choir. Pizza is her
NANCY S MOXLEY MICHAEI G RILEY WILLIAM ARTHUR HAGGETT
This popular senior girl hails
from Maryland She is an excellent
student but her favorite subject ls
Lee She can usually be found typ
ing for the Year Book or in a 51
Mercury at the drive in Nancy s
hobby ls music and her pastime is
n nnclnng a cheeseburger with
frenchfries After school Nancy
plans to work
Mike s main achievement is be
ing preside nt of the Regional Student
Council He loves sports and has
played on all the varsity teams
This year he is co captain of the
football team Since he is 0 4
lvlike spetpeevc is short girls Mike
can usually be found wnerewer there
is fun l-le ls undecided about col
Set up another
Since he is very sports minded
Wah has been very active
football basketball and baseball
The football team haven the pool
rootn is where Bill can usually be
located ll ah comes from the
state of Maine and he plans to at
tend denralschool after graduation
LARRY LEE COFFMA N MARCIA CAROLE COLE LOUDENE DUNNING
Coff Marsh "Deanie"
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A Hoy whose pet peexe is now
legged zebras would nave to be an
outstandittgsenior Yes that seoff
He lists Student Council president
senior choir and spelling Champ of
53 as a few of his modest accom
plishrnents This outstanding athlete
owns enviable records as a member
of the football basketball and
b eball teams Larry hopes spa
ghetti appears frequently on the
table of his chosen college
Hey Gooney Bird'
This little native of Maryland
can usually be found in Dell s She
is the life of the party in the senior
class She likes hamburgers and
milk shakes and her favorite subject
is Business Math During the past
few years she has achieved many
things one of which is Assistant
Editor of the Blue and Gold Marsh
plans to go to Towson State Teach
ers College next fall
This belle from lllin is says her
favorite past time are wimmin 1
and horseback ridtn She ls often
found typing for the Yearbook and
Blue SL Gold She pl1ns to attend
an Air Lines School after gradu
ation Detnie chooses hrimp a her
avorite food and English as her fa
vorite subject Loudene s pet peeve
is stuffy people
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Porky is a leader of men, fol-
lower ofwomen, and a big guy who
loves to kid the girls, play any
sport, and SSI good chili, Ivins' is
his favorite hang-out. He's a very
able Captain of the football team.
Conceited girls are on his black
list but he's nice to all of them.
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ELLEN KATHRYN PARKER
Kay, a popular member of the
Senior class, served as Yearbook
Editor, on the tnonitor staff, and as
secretary of home room. Kay en-
joys playing her accordian when
IIOI working at Dell's. This brown-
haired gal is a native Marylander
and hopes to attend college after
graduation. Kay lists WORK as her
pet pecve and hamburgers as her
favorite food. Certainly her con-
nection with DrexclUniversity niust
JOHN WILLIAM ALBANESE
Johncatne to us in the 4th grade
from Columbus, Ohio. He loves to
read and his favorite subject is
science. llc can usually be found
at Dell's and his pet peeve is people.
John's outstanding achievement in
high school has been in basketball,
For two years he was on the varsity
team after having been on the jun-
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MARGARETA KATHERINA DREER
"Oh, My Gosh"
This cute little German girl loves
to eat Kartoffelknoedel und sauer-
braten, She claims her favorite
subject is Physical Education and
her pet peeve is brats, Margie has
formerly belonged to the Glee Club
and is now a member of the year-
book staff. She can usually bc found
in school, but she does not plan to
go to college.
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Top row: l to rg Oliver Stout, Sherman McCoy, Walter Cassell.
Middle row: june Hoagey, Eleanor Grimes, Elizabeth Ensor.
Bottom row: Thomas Kent, Chester Butkiewicz, H. Wayne Peterson,
Top row: l to rg Paul Petkosh, Flora Lennon, Charles Baker.
Middle row: Richard Price, James Robertson, William Cumming.
Bottom row: Richard Jameson, Mayfield Walker, Robert Heiss, Nancy
Top row: 1 to rg James Klock, Anita Cheairs, Louise Davis.
Middle row: Diane McCallister, John Hall, Harriet Allen.
Bottom row: James Leary, Barbara Kidd, Arrlia Jean Towell.
ABERDEEN HIGH SCHOOL 1954 FOOTBALL SQUAD-QLeft to rightj From row: Tommy Morgenstern Qmgr.J, Ron
Goldberg, Bob Lindes, Art Clessuras, Mike Riley Qco-caprainj, Dick Moore fco-captainj, John Griffin, Stan Pitts,
Frank Frazzitta, Harry Mavrellis, Mike Travers Qmgr.J. Middle row: Dick Turner, Ludvik Svoboda, Tony Ulehla,
Tom Jackson, Ed Devlin, Wes Andrews, Butch Smith, Dick Howlett, Larry Soth, Dick Jones, Gary Cauldwell, Joe
Hardin, Coach Petkosh. Back row: Coach Buckheister, Larry Coffman, Curtis Bruffey, Oris Grim, Hap Stoller, David
Gross, Bill Haggett, Jim Swan, Tom Gebhardt, Bob Sheets, Coach Robertson.
Mike Riley and Dick Moore
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1954 Football Team
Our football team had its best season this year, winning six out of eight
games. We lost our first game to Bel Air Z6 to 7, but many had the feeling
that we could have defeated the Bobcats if we had played them later on in the
season. After our first outing and defeat, the team rolled on with three vic-
tories, downing West Nottingham 52 to 7, Kennard Dale 9 to O, and Elkton
19 to 6. Half way through the season, we suffered our second defeat at the
hands of the powerful Mervo eleven from Baltimore. However,Coach Rob-
ertson brought back that old Aberdeen will to win and our boys finished the
rest of the season with three victories, first overcoming Crisfield 16 to O,
after a long bus trip anda very fine week-end. The boys then romped over
Southern 44 to Og and finally in our very successful Homecoming, we won
our archrivals, the Havre de Grace Warriors, 39 to 0. At the end of the
season, we emerged with our fullback, Pork Moore, taking the county scor-
ing title. Bill I-Iaggett kicked the longest field goal setting a state record of
44 yards, and Mike Riley was chosen lineman of the year by THE AEGIS.
The team and co-captains, Riley and Moore, wish to thank the coaches and
the student body for their fine support all through the season. We especially
thank the Reverend John Bucheister for his fine advice and able assistance.
Tom Jackson Ed Devlin Oris Grim
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One of the memorable events of the school year was the first Football
Homecoming in the history of the school on the weekend of November 13. The
Athletic Association sponsored the event and received much assistance in mak-
ing it a great success. Ahuge pep rally complete with bonfire and band began
the week-end festivities. Cheerleaders, students, band, floats and convertibles
all helped to make the pre-game parade colorful. One of the highlights of the
Homecoming was the crowning of the Football Queen, Mary Eller, by co-cap-
tains Michael Riley and Richard Moore. Six girls selected by senior team
members made up the queen's court-Nancy Stephens, Betty Cregar, Kay Par-
ker, Loudene Dunning, Evelyn Lake andlvlargot Breslin. The game, Aberdeen
vs. Havre de Grace, was a real thriller with the final score 39-O in favor of'
Aberdeen. The weekend was completed with a gala orchestra dance featuring
'ausic by the Pastels.
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Front Row: Elder, Whitsel, Lamoure, Cox. Back Row: Ardolino, Langbehn, Morgan.
The cheerleaders this year are veterans Nanette Lamour-captain, Madalin
Lee Cox, Claudia Whitzel, Rose Mary Elder, Loretta Langbehn and newcomers
Linda Morgan and Lonnie Ardolino. The Cheerleaders play an important role
in school sports. They create student enthusiasm at games and spur the team
on to victory. lt is also their job to keep good sportsmanship in the school and
they set the example for the student body. They spend hours of hard practice
each week to perfecttheir cheers for the games. "School spirit" is their mo-
We've got the T-E-A-M
That's on the B-E-A-M
We've got the team that's on the beam
And we're jumpin' with jive!
So come on, Aberdeen
Skin 'em alive!
Come a eleven!
Come a rickety, rackety shanty-town,
Who can knock old Aberdeen down?
Nanette Lamoure ' Q.
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Madellne Cox, Q
only Senior on the
Front Row Cresswell Bower Vaughr Rhrnehart Travers Co captaln Soth Falcone
Gross Tobm Back Row Mrss McCa1l1ster Coach Roebuck Ross Co captarn Reuyl
El11s LaBroad Roberts Long Payne Crossman Denbow Josephson Manager
Only Semor on the team
The Speedball season opened September Z9 w1th a
w1n over Bel Arr 8 6 In the second game Aber
deen was v1ctor1ous agarnstl-Iavre de Grace 10 4
For the lastthree years North Harford ha beaten
Aberdeen but th1s year thelr luck turned and We
walked away wrth the f1rst game 16 5
In the return game w1th Bel A1r both s1des tr1ed
to out do the othe Bel A1r edged our Aberdeen
by two po1nts 6 4
In our second round W1th Havre de Grace the Ea
glettes sk1nned through 5 4 In a b1tter wrnd and
freez1ng tmperatures e defeated North Harford
Thanks to our coach M155 McCall1ster we ended
the regular season t1edw1thBel Arr for the Cham
The f1rst play offgame ended w1th Bel A1r and Ab
erdeen t1ed 4 4 Ou1 last game to break the t1e
was played at Bel A1r It began to ram Wh1Ch
d1dn't dampen anyone s sp1r1ts but d1d dampen the
f1e1d and made the p1ay1ng precarrous for both
s1des. Bel A1r p11ed up alead of 4 polnts, w1nn1ng
the Champ1onsh1p 6 Z. However, thanks to an ex
cellent team of good sports, Aberdeen had suc
ceeded 1n challenglng the three tlffle w1nner, Bel
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coach Coffman captatn Gross R11ey Stoller Swann E111s
The 1954 55 Eagles head 1nto thexr schedule wlth hopes
for ah1ghly successful season These hopes are bu1lt around
the s1x return1ng1ettermen Art Clessuras Bob Ltndes J1m
Swann Dave Gross Mlke R1ley and Capt Larry Coffman
Also f1gur1ng to see plenty of duty are Bob Duppstadt Harold
Stoller Stan P1tts and Dan Johnson all recent add1t1ons at
the vars1ty roster
Th1s comb1nat1on of veterans and talented newcomers
coupled w1th the f1ne coach1ng of .hm Robertson prom1ses to
g1Ve Aberdeen a ton fhght team The squad has h1gh hopes
of be1ng ' B ' county champtons and of gomg on to cap the state
Coach Robertson and the three seniors
onthe Varsity: Mike Riley, Larry Coff-
man and Bobby Duppstadt.
FrontRow: Swann, Smith, Schueler, Standiford,
Seiple, Slovacek, Cronin, Hardin, Lindes.
Falcone, Wilkinson, Connolly. Second Row: Coach McCoy
First Row-Reuyl, Soth, Roebuck, Ross, Gross, Rinehart, Tobin, Otstot. Second Row-McCalllster, Coach, Long,
Thompson, Tamkus, Crossman, Burns, LaBroad, Bower, Salmon.
Girls' Basketball Team
As the Yearbook goes to press the Eaglettes haven't be-
gun their season. The season's out-look should be good, for
eight veteran girls are returning to the squad. Miss McCal-
lister has very diligently been coaching her team forthe first
game December 14. Bel Air will probably be the hardest
school to defeat, but the girls will be fighting as hard as they
December 14 Alumni H
December 17 Bel Air A
January 7 North Harford A
Jan. 14 Havre de Grace H
Ian. 28 Bel Air H
Feb. 4 Havre de Grace A
Feb. 11 North Harford H
Mar. 1 Play Off A .
Hlstory Of The Class Of 55
We re almost ready to make our entrance onto the great stage of the world and as we recall the
magy rehearsals that have become just a memory we can t help belng proud of the progress we have
Amusement shows rn our faces when we th1nk back over our f1rst play contest which we won The
productron was called Where s That Report Card? Of course we thought that our berng rn the frrst year
of lugh school helped us wtn that contest but our mtnds were changed about that when we were pre
sented w1th the trophy rn the nmth grade too and the audtence howled w1th glee at our antrcs rn Dr
The elghth grade fof wh1ch we were now a partj rooted that hlstorrc year for the Varsrty Basketball
team 1n the state frnals Our hoarse throats were a m1nor 1tem when our glortous upperclassmen brought
home that coveted trophy and II was placed 1n the show case for all the world to see Orchtds for
Mable drdn t wrn the play contest and we were convrnced that from now on we must work harder rn the
struggle of l1fe
We entered the ntnth grade w1th confrdence sure that th1s year would put our name rn lrghts over
AHS Everyone was talkrng football that year and they had good cause for thrs was the year AHS was
starungrts first football team The coaches prcked out a lot of the male members of our class for honored
postttons 1n the squad We wanted our team to be better than all the rest tn the county so our AHS Band
was orgaruzed 1n that same year Both groups have struggled and we have come up w1th a spurred hard
worktng sports group
The new hxgh school was almost done and all of AHS turned out to h1ke up to thetr campmg ground
at mxdterm The rmprovements were wonderful' Everyone had to comment on the new gurdance offtce
Cafeterla washrooms and lockers but wonder of all wonders we now had a separate audrtorrum and
gymnasrum w1th locker rooms UMAGINEQU
The rehearsals were nearlng an end when the eleventh year came tnto stght Blg decrstons were put up
to us to see lf the lessons we had been taught had soaked 1n Our class was the flrst to wear the new
standardtzed class rrng Boy were we proud' Mlke Rlley assrsted the manager tn the magaztne campargn
from whrch our school profited ln athletrc equlpment and numerous other ways Electron returns named
Margot Breslm AA prestdent and Larry Coffman Student Councll presldent for the semor year Everyone
came 1nto the act when the Jumor class gave the semors a savory banquet and really superb prom The
decorattons 1n keeptng w1th the theme Over the Rambow surpassed all that we had ever seen The
Conunentals played for the prom and everyone gathered around to watch an rmpromptu dtsplay of
danclng ability provided by some of the energetrc boys The Honor Soclety acclalmed Chessock Cul
lum Breslln Mahan Cox and Curry as the outstandlng members of our class
At the megmmng of our Sentor year Irene Cullum was chosen to be our presrdent Supportrng her are
Bob Duppstaat v1ce prestdent Irene Chessock treasurer and Mary Eller secretary We frll with pnde
when anyone menuons that Mrke Rlleyrs presrdent of the Maryland Regtonal Student Counctl No one wlll
ever forget the ftrst Homecomlng Game 1n whlch we beat Havre de Grace 39 O U1 football Mary Eller
was crowned Homecomrng Queen by co capta1nsR1ley and Moore Many events w11l not be recorded here
for they have not yet happened but our name rs sure to hold tts own 1n the yearbook of AHS
The curtams draw slowly back and we see for the ftrst tune the people that we are about to face W
can thank God that our lrves have been shaped and tnfluenced by experlenced and tratned hands through
out our educatton We don texpect to change the world overmght but we do hope to become good use
ful cruzens IH whatever communlues we f1nd our ' e s work
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Front Row Left to Right--Ross, Josephson, Long, Greenland, Moore, Bennett, Kane, Strevig, Waddell. Second Row
--Warfield, Morgan, Whitsel, Soth, Reuyl, Fabrick, Lamoure, Salmon, Ardolino, Cunningham, Horridge Mr
Kent. Third Row--Stunkard, Andrew, Livezey, Kirkpatrick, Slovacek, Gross, Stoller, Swann, Clessuras S11er
Standiford, Pi tts, Johnson.
President ...... ..... J im Swann
Vice President . . . . . Linda Morgan
Secretary .............. Connie Ross
Treasurer ........... Nanette Lamoure
Student Council. Jim Swann and Dave Gross
Athletic Association ..... Hettie Reuyl and
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First Row, Left to Right--Goetzl, Crossley, Jackson, Gross, Rhinehart, Haggett, Harrison, Gray, Falcone. Second
Row--Szamborski, Wilson, Trifillis, Strowgune, Clayson, Benton, Weeden, Wodward, Carroll, Hamm, Mrs. Davis
Third Row--Lindes, Rimel, Farrell, Hochj Bowen, Mezan, Huntley, Thaman.
President ..... . . .Violet Gross
V. President . . . ...... Bob Lindes
Secretary ..... .... P auline Vaught
Treasurer ...... . . .Rose Marie Falcone
Student Council. . . .... Violet Gross and
Athletic Association. . . Rosemary Elder and
First Row Left to Right--Parker, Lipford, Carty, Pryor, Ardolino, Cole, Cline Morris Tobin Second Row
Billings, Moore, Cook, Jones, Feeney, Crossman, Noble, Hinckle, Soth, De Priest Mr Petkosh Third Row
Alley, Roberts, Andrew, Constable, Corwin, Strowgune, Caudill, Weddle, Goldberg Howlett Moore
Vice-President . .
Student Council . . . . .
. . Lonnie Ardolina
. . . . Bill Bowen
. . . Betty Coen
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First Row Left to Right--Carty, Grafton, Halverson, Stefaniak, Halcomb, Phipps, Sayers, Lee, Cullum. Second
Row--Brown, Dubree, LaBtoad, Hahne, McMahan, Nelson, O'Connor, Day, Knight, Miss Grimes. Third Row
Court, Lacefield, Nye, Zupancic, Tanchuck, Budnick, Krouse, Parrish.
Vice President . .
Student Council . .
Athletic Association .
. . . . Pat Knight
. . . . Pat Knight
Barbara Carty and
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First Row Left to Right--Rice, Roberts, Otstot, Bower, Phyle, Kirsten, Ellis, Lrndenstruth Stout Second Row
obb Banks Frazzitta Pfin ten Samuels Schueler Ashton
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linson, Chatfield, Cronin, Gebhart G. Thomlinson, Falcone.
Seiple, Reed, Mr. Jameson Third Row W Thom
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Secretary . ..... . .
Treasurer ..... . . . . .
Student Council . . . . .
Athletic Association ....
. . . Ken Samuels
. . . . .Elsie Rice
. Waltrand Phyle
Ken Samuels and
Fra nk Frazzitte
Tom Gebhart and
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First Row, Left to Right--Heath, Koch, Moody, M. Da vis Falxick, Jones, Rockwell, Cullum, Collier, Bounds,
Pillivant. Second Row--Travers, Ellis, Ulehla, Morgenstett., Scarborough, Stephens, Wall, Rembold, Tabert,
Hybner, Collier, Wagner, Mr. Cassell. Third Row--Wilkinson, Lindes, Sampson, Walters, Svoboda,Fairc1oth,
Bullard, Lemon, Vaught, Graham, Dubree, Johnstone.
First Row, Left to Right--Payne, Tamkus, Gouker, Thompson, Dahm, Norris, Rimel, Dunivant, Chatfield, Na-
gamine, Cane. Second Row--Pyle, Gebhart, Curbow, Sanner, Courtney Denbow, Hannas, Burns, Irvine, Dixon,
Smith, Pennington, Mr. Klock. Third Row--Holloway, Lorenz, Rhinehart, Meade, Sincavage, Seaman, Smith,
Newberry, Foley, Brown, Taylor, Griffin, Preston.
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First Row Left to Right--Little, Stine, Cannon, Richter, Sholtes, Martin, Harrison, Weiss, Mitchell, Szamborski
Deans. Second Row--Cannon, Koszora, Turner, Sanders, Thomas, Griffin, Courts, Easter, Hoffinger, Krass, Rob-
bins, Mrs. Ensor. Third Row--Trayner, Creagar, Phyle, Hardin, Morkoosky, Travers, Rimel, Quinn, Sheets.
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First Row Left to Right--Huntley,Friedlander, Prevette, Smeak,Asher, Foote, Goodloe, Swallwell, Balch, Wood-
ward, Davis. Second Row--Sayers, Walls, Martin, Carter, Vocke, Motsinger, Jackson, King, McDeveritt, Hen-
dricks, Enghram, Mr. McCoy. Third Row--Ball, Norman, Hamm, Connolly, Aaronson.
First Row Left to Right--Andrew, Uncart, Fox, Collier, Wilder, Ponder, Conrad, Conner, Spellnian, Eller, Ber
toleno. Second Row--Sherman, Collier, Strong, Klunk, Backey, Sincavage, Shirley, Yeakel, Knapp, Phyle
Mrs. Bressler. Third Row--Edwards, Edwards, Jowanna, Stephens, Brooks, Carroll, Golladay, Smith, Landbeck
First Row Left to Right--Swoger, McCauly, Guthrie, Smith, Brumbaugh, Leithiser, Dubree, Shier, Mauz Elder
Hardin. Second Row--Schenk, Taylor, Lampson, Averill, Lewis, Addison, Golden, Brown, Simons, Courtney,
King, Mrs. Allen. Third Row--Bish, Guthrie, Isom, Jaeger, Corwin, Little, Vicari, Godfrey.
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Front Row Left to Right--McFadden, Snodgrass, Barber, Little, Pennington, Farmer, McCoin Harrison Kolben-
schlag, Devlin, Carson. Second Row--Mezan, Lacefield, Swayze, Curry, Zubrisky, Wilson, Simms, Styer
Graham, Preston, Mr. Heiss. Third Row--Krause, Judd, MacKenzie, Feeney, Swann, Farrell, Lambert.
Front Row Left to Right--Moore, Niswonger,Bell, DuBois, Conner, Robinson, Osterrnan, Mikes, Torrence, Meyer
Wilson. Second Row--Brenner, Witmer, Wright, Mayes, Landbeck, Swayze, Cronin, Smith, Wilkinson, Elyo
Styer Jackson Curry Mrs Chealrs Third Row--Atkins Davison Birdsey Michaelson Gravbf-al Kni ht Ander-
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First row Left to Right--Homer, Baker, Tolen, Ashenfetter, Witherspoon, Deskiewicz, Barnes, Murphy, Patrick
King, Koszoru.Second row--Davis, McNerney, Conell, Botts, Burns, Dishmon, Sheppard, Galyen, Eaton, Mit-
chell, Davidson, Goldman, Owens. Third row--Ripken, Goldberg, Rudd, Pryor, Stayer, Davis, Schaffer, Robin-
son, Copeland, Jones, Tomlinson, McGrath, Telke, Abernethy, Mr. Butkiewiez.
First row Left to Right--Michael, Gochenour, Baicy, Slmik, Ammoni, Cronin, Foley, Holloway, Robinson, Sample
Koch. Second row--Bonge, Weinstein, Carty. Morrison, Zupancic, Walls, Mormon, De Lamarter, lten, Crothers
Maloney, Spies, Hart, Elder, Mrs. Flora Lennon. Third row--Maliskey, Burns, Salsbury, Culler, Keen, Engle
McCoy, Puett, Haga, Gosweiler, Homer, Keesee, Cannon, Umbarger.
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First Row Left to Right--Breidenback, Shanghnessy, Malty, Bennett, Strube, Tobin, Squier, Heiskel, Jackson
Smith, Bower, Second Row--Ficklin, Godfrey, Francis, Wells, Seay, Long, Zubrisky, Hughes, Schofield, Frey
Meyers, Davis, Bann, Mrs. Hoagey. Third Row--Pusey, Moxley, Van Duyne, Moody, Samuel, Goetz, Dishmon
Smith, Bounds, Wisath, McLaughlin, Fischer, Lemon.
First Row Left to Right--Marsh. Galie, Gouker, Otstot, Swoger, Peroutka, Parton, Thurkow, Zaroodny, Curry,
Panepinto. Second Row--Kramer, Anderson, Turner, Coale, Mullins, Tanchuk, Johnson, Ball, Gardner, Scar-
borough, Volkart, Hall, Towson, Salasin, Mrs. Dieter. Third Row--Rash, Oliver, Seiple, Kelly, Beatty, Smith,
Tobin, Nori, Stuart, Richardson, Schueler, Strowgune.
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Sponsor ...... . . . Mrs. Harriet Allen
President ....... ..... L arry Coffman
Vice President . . . ..... Irene Cullum
Secretary ..... .... L onnie Ardolino
Treasurer .... ..... M ary Eller
Sponsors: ....................... Mr. J. W. Potter
Mr. Chester Butkiewicz
President ..... ........ M argot Breslin
Vice President . . . .... Robert Duppstadt
Secretary ..... ..... M arie Davis
Treasurer . . . .... Richard Moore
Photographers -- Bojanowski Fur- Editor Parker
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Ong' lc ' ev In Assistant Editor-Powell
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Front, L. to R.: Brown, Moxley, Dreer, Piper, Russell, Powell, Parker, Stevens, Cole, Breslin, Cox, Mr. Price.
Second Row: Furlong, Bojanowski, Pyle, Helsel, Elsner, Jaeger, Hendricks, Crossman, Kral, Dunning, lllick.
Typists -- Piper, Elsner, Brown, Moxley, Jaeger, Art Staff -- Cox, Hendricks
Powell, Pyle, Russell, Helsel.
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Eighth Grade Boys' Hobby
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Junior High Dance Club.
Junior High Boys Home Economics.
Junior High Photography.
Junior High Journalism.
Junior High Girls Sewing.
Senior High Display.
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J1rn Pat and John and Mary
Mr and Mrs Floyd M Mahan
Nancy Lee Bev and Doug
Betty Cregar and Or1s Gr1m
Charles and Juamta
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Ernest W Parker
Hugh R Parks
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Mr and Mrs Frank Hoagey
Mr and Mrs GeorgeH Corddry Jr
Mr and Mrs Wm Cullum
Doug and Irene
MfSgt and Mrs Glenn Hendr1cks
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Lorrame Gene Patsy and Baby
Chas Bo Charhe and Ed
Capt and Mrs Roy Yeakel
Mrs James O Sande
Alfred L Curry Sr
Paul C B1ll1et
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Mr and Mrs Norman Waream
Mr and Mrs Drew Hughes
Mr and Mrs Kam Moxley
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M1ss Ellen Don Srn1th
Mr and Mrs John Hall
Mrs Mark Cole
Jack and Margot
Margot Marcla Kay and Nancy
Evelyn Loudene Madehne and
Lt Col and Mrs John F Bresl1n
Mr and Mrs Lee Cox
Mr and Mrs Robert Elsne1
MfSgt and Mrs Ralph R Ilhck
MfSgt and Mrs Edward Gwarek
AHS STUDENT COUNCIL
AHS MARCHING BAND
AHS JUNIORYSENIOR BAND
AHS JUNIOR HOME ECO CLUB
AHS BOOSTER CLUB
Mr and Mrs Ralph H Allen
Mr and Mrs Harold Duppstadt
Bata Shoe Company lnc
L G Balfour
C Curtls Morgan
Tractor Pu Farm Supphes lnc
The F1rst Nat1onal Bank
Parker M1tchell Sr lM1tchell Can
Harford Pr1nt1ng gl Publ1sh1ng C
New Ideal D1ner
W1lson Ol1ver Agency lnc
Chesapeake Gardens lnc
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