Anacostia High School - Totem Yearbook (Washington, DC)

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N 1 ' A I i , .:S Vs 11 if r" 4 E .1 A1 W J mf 7 W Moments To Remember From the day that ue rst entered here When przde and joy u ere mwed wrth fear We Il haze these moments to remember The autumn fame the u mtfrs passed We ze reached at last the semov :lass We ll ha: e these moments to fenzember forgotten uzll he juohlems u hleh heset us ez ery year But adwee rom az orzte teachers long will echo In our ears Mfsts o early mormn, whrrh rose grey abate the ats G11 mq uay to students later dashing out wfth balls and bat The broadcast ez ery dag at nine uhen the bulletin was rea The pause in reeztntron u hrle a plane zoomed 01 erhead I unch peuocl dtseussmns u hleh u ere held out on the bleachers XVhere talk included ez ery thing, from dates to sports and teachers 'I he ehzlly flags the netball games Iqhe score that hrought us so much ame We ll hat e these moments to remember The home work and the projeets done The honors and auanls ue 1 e u on We ll ha: e these moments to remember All UG! 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'. ,,., L-4'..x .vx,, ' f x .i?: 5 I A A' Q' I , , , lk-"' 'J-T-M-.s f - - - - 7 A 4 f 5 '- ,f, gt. K .. . , , -- ,-v' x . . 1 I -- L L. 'K QQDNA. ' ' 'L 1 Q 1 ,Lx fl x 1 -v ' f 1 ' . 4- I 1 , X P 1- , ,- - 1 n S ' 1 X a ' X Wonder what we did that our three "bosses" thought so funny? Classes "Forgotten will be problems wbicb bcsct us cvcry year, But advice of favorite teachers long will ccbo in our cars." 7 Principal John D. Koontz Mr. Koontz has the happy faculty of mixing humor with sternness in such a way that discipline is maintained with- out the stifling of personality. A loyal citizen of Anacostia, he has brought recognition to the South East in a very com- mendable wayg and he has made Anacostia students in creasingly aware of their importance as members of a grow ing, ambitious community. gnu! lzugene E Gr thlh Back of every smooth runnmg orgamzatxon IS someone who must see that the machmery ns well oiled and ln good condmon Much of the easy routine through whlch we go day by day xs to be credxted to the ethclenr work of Mr Grnfhth and Mrs Gladys Horn In short they keep us on the rlght track and movmg along nn the rlght dnrec tlon For this they deserve our deepest vote of rv W' D' 5 77' m WW SF? if ,4 Assistant Prmclpals ,9- 48" 1--'J ily?- 'Y I Rui xmc-?f'-Mk I1 r HL S T 'I ix X A ' Cf K 'L-.. Counselors and Advisers "See Mrs. Dunn in 102" is a frequent bulletin announcement. Scholarshlps, jobs, and rmscellaneous opportumtxes come to senxors through the thoughtful counselmg of Mrs. Dunn and Mr. Whxtesall. Thexrs rs the task of seemg that graduates head out the front door and mto a place best suxted to thelr mterests and abxlmes. Harry Whitsall Mrs. Elizabeth P. Dunn Administrators, advnsers, and teachers welcome thc lunch hour to forget usf?l IO 2 dp night S S xx Mrs Johnston Mrs Mason and Mass Morgan look over college catalogs preparatory to advnsmg college bound sensors iv, , K ..,- -' Mrs Knlbourne and Mnss Smxth look as nf they are enjoying that but of research Much of Mrs Stroup's work consnsts of counseling wnth students on matters of health Assxstmg the counselors nn andmg mdxvxdual students are the five advisers Together, the counseling staff helps every student make out programs, guxdes hxm m hns choxce of sub jects, confers wlth ham on hls progress, and helps solve per sonal or school problems The sophomores are under the guidance of Mrs Dunn and Mxss Morgan, the juniors, Mrs Johnston and Mr Whntsall, the semors, Mrs Kxlbourne and Mrs Mason In the Infirmary, Mrs Stroup is ready to lend a hand or counsel whenever matters of health are mvolved Many of the students find her a ready and sympathetxc fnend m the frequent emergencxes whmch anse durxng the school day ll " " . .",. 'f , te L' -'v - ' F g,-3 gf .4 . . .V . . . .. ' 'W J , 1 Q 4 ' . . . I V 1 cg I A 1- X Il. l I 1 f, 1 ' 9 ' 9 .' -, -..e ,,t. - f -l . s. K - V .J tl-.. , 1 51:59 " I -. ' 'XA , ri 1 t , .7 44"' . , . I 1 . I-n..4Us.aa.. S I ' I I . . . . I a I . 1 4 u F . . . - i English Q' an . 5 1 L ef- ' S- Q' A L ROBERT D. BRINKER-Marshall Collegeg George Washington University. MISS HELEN F. COURTNEY-Ohio Wesleyang Northwestern MISS LUCILLE DEWAR-Oberlin Collegeg Wayne University. MISS ZELLA FARIS-Baylor Universityg George Washington University. MISS MAR HANNA-Minnesota University: George Washington University. MRS. ESTHER HEMSING-Hunter Colleeer University of Pennsylvania: ,mug .. ' 4 i have 'YS "W l . 'Q7' TIISS ELIZABETH KERN-Park Collegeg Drake Universityg Omaha Universityg Dayton Art Instituteg Georgetown University. MRS. MILDRED LEMON -University of Denver. MRS. ALICE MASON-George Washington Universityg Catholic University. MRS. RUTH R. SMITH-Missouri State College Washington University. MISS FAITH TAYLOR-Framingham State Teachers Collcgeg Harvard University. MISS KATHRYN A. TRUFANT-Mount Holyoke Collegeg Harvard University. Mathematics 'IL' 6'u MRS. LOUISE A. DICKSON-Marshall Collegeg Maryland College: George Washington Universityg Yale University. MRS. FAITH Washington University. AGNES S. RUSSEL-Hastings Collegeg Drake University. MISS ETHEL L. University. Miss Agnes Russel tells Aubrey Smith that it's not nearly as hard as it looks. V 1 4 I S Yi Social Studies ft Q- MRS. MILDRED BENNERT-Catholic University. STANLEY N. COLLINS--Bowdoin College: George Washington University. MRS. RUTH C. DELPINO-Bates Collegeg University of New Hampshire. MISS MURIEL HOOVER-Wilson Teachers Collegeg Wisconsin University. MRS. MARIE P. JOHNSTON-Superior State Teachers Collegeg Wisconsin University. in EI MRS. FRANCES KILPATRICK-University of Alabamag Columbia University. ANGUS MCPHAIL- Iowa University. MRS. SUSIE PALMER-Longwood Collegeg University of Virginia. TROY H. PRICE -Texas University. Art, Music, Cadets, Driver Education ' A I-IORACE BUTTERWORTH-New York -University. MISS JEAN DORREL-Chicago University: Columbia University. MRS. FRANCES VV. HUGHES--Howard Universityg Catholic Universityg University of Nebraska. CAPT. RICHARD H. MILLER-Brown University. SAMUEL A. WILLIAMS-New York University. Our cadet band plays at a football game in familiar "A" formation. I Business Education MRS. ANNA MARIE KENT-Iowa University: George Washington University. MISS GRACE XV. KING--West Virginia Wesleyan College: Pittsburgh University. m VS MRS PHRONSIE M MONBERG Mary Washing ton University Columbia University MISS MAR FINE M MOSELY University of Kentucky NIISS NELLIE J OVERHULSER Iowa State College Columbia University MRS MILDRFD G RICHARD-George Washington University Rush lob for college night keeps business students hopping La, NIRS JAINICE SCHLIMN1 Bucknell University fx ?x University of Maryland MALCOLM E TURPIIN Marshall College New York University La nguages Amwa- so 'WMA T! NIRS CECIL V CANTRELL-George Washington University WILLIAM CURRAIN Hamilton College University of Iov-a University of Yienna MISS MARY L MACINA-George Washington Umsersity Catholic University MISS CORINNE T REARDON Randolph Macon V'omen s College I 5' I 61 4 Q. ' . Bs. f , Ng . .XM , , , , .- I J gt f -A 4 ' ' was if L 5 - X , L I V ss.. U Home Economics 415 VRS CATHERINER LUSR Flora 'vlather College Graduate School Western Resene Lnn NCISIIW HRS XIRGINIA OGILXX Baldwin Wallace College Ln: wersxty of Nebraska XX xth Mrs Xlrgnma Ognlvy s advice this vull be a tasty treat VIISS YILENA RUSSFLL 'Q Umversntv of Texas Q.-Q Science Xxx. RICHARD Ix BROWN Dans Elluns College Wes nrgnnta Umversnty 1' iq 'Q vig.. Q? 'vs 'LJ If 'HRS SOPHIA EDWARDS Duke Umverslty Unnersnty of North Carolnna Clncago Unnersutx SANIUFI. W FISHKIIN Maryland Um wcrsnts NIRS PLAINE RILBOURNE Montclair State College Colum hu Umxersntx K. 'W' 5 if ' ', gf" I NN ILLIAN1 NICROBIIRTS Catholnc Unnersntv AUGUSTINF N SNIITII In phxncs thmgx arent alvmass as thu seem to bc at ol: nn emu NIR? OPM D XYPIDA State Unnersnu 1 I 3 f I I . . A A 9. - x ' 'V v I . I '- 4' .7 A ,KY yn . . . I A' I "f . I' - A ' . ' 312 4. . 4 3 , -" V - it X ,fl ' ' f , 5 I - -4 -lm .I , xr ,. -R' , ' ,. .. . V, . . V. K I I A 1 I I f f - it I tx . 4 IX ' .U ,D ,, ,- . 3 ,, I V. V. ,V , fl . 2 Q 4 cn ' ' +L- Sx A y , -I x Q X ' X 5 5 Q' ' v-4 " - " . 'i -I 1 , ll: n I xg Q7 " M I , 1 fs .FZIAQ r -cf h 'Q AL' t- . ., . - A I5 ur ' I 'U ' Iowa. . A fm ""' 9-rail F85- tf t ,, 'EA I f lbs, A 4, 5. XT., L . I i I v ., li JY. t 1. MRS. ELIZABETH M. ANGLE--George Washington University. MRS. JANET G. DUNN-University of Maryland. MISS LYNDALE R. HARPSTER-George Washington University. MISS ALICE S. MORGAN--University of Maryland. MRS. RUTH F. SIDES-Madison Collcgcg New York University. Physical Education Mad scramble for a certain hockey ball-but where's the ball? l. 454.6 1 , RUSSELL LOMBARDY - Ohio University. CLIFFORD NETHERTON - Illinois State Normal University. GEORGE VV. RICHARDSON --George Washington Univers- ity. EDWARD SOLOMON- ,L U.C.L.A.g George Washington University. KERMIT STEW- ART-George Washington Uni- versity. Push-ups are really a cinch, just ask Freddie! wvx 3, --1 HARRY S. BENNER-George Vfashinglon Universityg Georgetowng Columbia Univers- ity. -IAMES KOSTEQUniversi:y of Mary- land. f f Q "N ' . A 1 T- s-f. 3 f 4, o . ir AUBURN LAMB - Maryland University. LOXVELL A. PRATER-West Virginia Tcchg Maryland University. Business Staff Ji.. Industrial Arts P? 1:4 A was an 44v, MRS. ANNA D. BUCKLEY, MRS. MARGARET M. COOK, MRS. Going up , , , 98, 99, 100: MARIE M. MURPHY 'N 3 'b 'mm Ui? Q ,gi l f - i - 1.3 7' N 1 5 l. 441' QC U 3:3 'Ni 'Y' 5' . fb 4' Q4 A 2' . I . . I. g - - L U . if A . 'I i "T . ' l Q,,,.... L 'j j X . . , MRS. LEONE THOMPSON Q' . 715' LIBRARIAN I V 1 K 5. ,. , .1 1 . Q H- l Q l I -2-. s.. .. P' i MRS. PDNA F. STROUP NURSE PW When the enurc student body rccenved polxo shots nn the fall the A 'S photographer caught a few charactenstxc poses Thus young man xs cudently trynng to pretend that nothmg ns happemng aim? -fb. 'Y' football was ncxcr hkc this but Max takes hns shot lxke 1 man I- I 45 l .fd Sides prepares the arm of thus suspncxuus utum 7 'Gm Barbara Guthrie speaks wmlentlw fnr the gxrls .N . K A' f ' , A, 1' 5 '- T fs f .Q ' - Q- J 'X , .1 9 X . X . 'A z ' t ' ' F' Q ' " K I vp VA kr V V' a I QQ ' A , A 'Z 7 ' 4 I h h' ' I H had X 4 y '1 J ' - s ' ' l K J " 'h K . , 'x -Q f . T 1 b A . ff' L, , " " ,'L, ' 5 5 V F .V , 5 ug-v Vx I W V' Z Q L, h , nl 4 an 5 f 4- s a f' X h N. W X ' X I r a 1 1 h 18 1 1 ini -.., jeff Walker and Sergeant Butterworth look over the program for the annual cadet band concert ,n Lf" fl-0' -N S ruff Mr Grnfith gnes lus unforgetable sxgnal for the commencement of Hrst penod classes 'Mr Mtlloberts and the future auators of Amenta auth a demonstration of avlatxon skulls by Dale Young Captann Muller take advantage of has few mmutes E peace and qunet Um S 7 2 51 f Mrs anet Dunn faculty sponsor for class day recenvcs thus token of apprecnauon from Mary Ellen Beard and Carole Randolph Mr Whelan and Mr V nlson dlllgently attend to their Custodial dUllCS .Z U ii! 1 ' ', 1 . Y. -,O-1 W -X . K n e .NX Q ' 4 : . , ' 3. f 3 ' i 'f , V 3. f, 1 U' A Appl 'sf "' K ry . . S . . .. .1 .gb , 1 1' - .L+ X Q at 'K . 41, fl ' , ' x Xa' 'M 4, , I En I ll X P ff , ff I J Q if - J 3 . H ' ' ,,,l, sh V L , , ,Q 'L x A 5 ' X! , ,J I f .J I J Q . '37"r X7 SQ, ,, X J l,,-I As underclassmen we always entered the rear d Friends From the day that we first entered here, When pride and joy were mixed with fear We'll have fhese momenfs to remember." 21 i 4 ID-3 Miss Kern Rnw I: Barbara Milloff, Martha Murphy, jeanetlc Mumford, Barbara Mitchell, Betty Becker, .loan Norris, Lorraine Moore, joan Northington. Row 2: Donald Morrissette, Jack Stew- art. Lester Nelson, Robert Mul+ lins, Harry Nelson, Robert Nel- son. David Morris, W'illiam Nordan, Donald Mirante. Ron 3: Colleen Nicholson, Catherine Moore, Ernest Monroe, Kenneth Krauss, Thomas Oliff, Jo Nader, Lorraine Nippcr. D 3 Hrs Hcmsing R u. I 'Nlarv Pope Peggv Or held Annette Proetor Lucille Homer Charlx ne Osborne Betts Lou Parker Angela Puraica Doreen Randall nu Robert Qu en oseph Oiander Xiacon Point r Daniel Daus leslie Parmele Gordan Pinnell Iohn Owens Iorrcst Pulliam Terry Povutrs Rru 4 Bonnie Pettit Louise Ponciera Ginger Puffenbcrgcr I dvi ard Peterson Ronald Parker Patrieia Pum phrex o Ann Pomctto Xirginia Pierce Rau 4 lxcnneth Orey Glxn Tomlinson Frank Hoff man The Hrs: dass of school were Glled mth orientation assemblits for the newcomers a-r Fling XZ ln 02425 4D 3 lVllSS Dev ar Rou I Parrxcra Rnsley Charlene Rose Cl'1FlSIll'1C Reynolds Lydxa Ricks Nlarble Rlcdel Patrxcla Reaus Nlaxme Leahevs Sarah Bassford ou, 2 hdvuar Rector ohn Rogers Fredcrxck Rosenfeld V41 1am Rex y Charles Recknor Francis Re gacho Vxllxam Roberts Clark Robmson Henry Roundtree Rau 3 Thomas Roselle Barbara Relgle Gall Redman Lee Rogers jack Rcxd Ronald Rouland X1-.rna Rogers Secuon 4D 5 was second nn con trnbunng ro the Amencan junior Red Cross Fund Drne T wi. Research and intensive study was a mu: Qi 94 La SD-3 Mrs. Benner! Rom 1: Ivclyn Dudley,LIaVne Ryan. Bern' Sherman, jackie Rusbuldx. Carolyn Saunders farol lfawley, wrlllll Small. Arlene Schun. Rfm' 2: Tm- daro Smiroldo. Edward Fontana, Leonard Sadrlcr. Maurice Sells, Richard Singer. Thomas Seaman. lames Schell. nlohn Shea, Carl Saunders. Rffu T: Carolvn Dock. Helen Scorr, Marlon Shorter. XxvllI'IA Shalsesnider. llormhx' Sheppard, Sharon Rnd. Xanax' Sl-lar. Berry Rohm, lllcn Nanfnrd. loanrwa Semi. Rnu -J: lacqnelme Sxlxcslcr. Blanche llurrx, Rxchard Slmropshxrc. Wil- llam Vernon. Sandra Servatnr. Xlelva Sllkllftf. ldlvl SMU? ,gi -is i SD W Nhss Reardon u Carole Smxth o te Stncltlm Gaul Spates Scarmell latltson Patrncn Stewart Prxs xlla Snced Betty Spa dmg Dnana Smnth Rou 2 oyce Smntn Altec Sullivan Barbara Stephens Karen Redman Lmda Smith judnth Wnght Marlorne N1cStay Patncna Smtth Dessne Steele Row 5 Iames Sullnvan Samuel Sneed Damel Souther land Carolyn Strtnd Miss Rear don ean Snyder Ianc Snellmgs a e Sttegcr Daud Smut Robert Stansbury Biology students lnsten intently to an nllustrated report by 1 elassmate 106 3 Nhss Moseley R u I can Towler Cecelxa Talhelm Beverly Washington Dons 'I hayer Carolyn Tyner Constance Thomas Phyllis Tassler oan Towler Rou, 2 Robert Talbert Raymond Ben ton Albert Warmch Donald T hurston Melyxn Tyer W xlltam Tay lor ohn W alker Nolan Lpshaw Rau 3 oyce Sweet ney Dxanne Thn t Mary XX alkup Kathcrnne Swenson Rosalmd W allm Deborah W ard Patrtcua Thomas joan Walker Ruth Taylor eanette Toram Peggy Verelta 115 3Nlrs Lusk Row I Ednth Baer Grace john son Marne Baker Nancy Bar bour lrma Arends Kay Armnger Carolyn Abbott Patrncxa Brown Row 2 Ronald Wadsworth Charles Morrxs ames Beach Ronald Nfllles john Alkms Steven Adams Carl Arnold Edward Anderson james Adanr Row 3 Robert Jacobs Stanton Barnes Fred Paves Robert Barton Kester Bnggs Glenn Fortune Robert Barnes ohn Pmckney Row 4 Conme Alwcy Sheila Allxson Elame Anderson Ioanne Balderson Donna Ander son Patrxcna Asluns Betty Bal lard Mary Anthony Barbara Sanford Rowi Larry Baker wlllllm Abernethy john Bayes Roger Baker Lowell Arnold Nlrs Lusk Frank Dams l ? ull' art bv dxssectmg hum here 5 -n 126 3Mr FlSl"lklD R u I Dunne Dale Nancw Custer lNancv Crutchfield Nlacene Cunnmgham Donna Coker Gerry Cowxngton Loxs Collms jackne Cooper Rou 2 Charles Mattxson Anthony Cooke Lee Cook Thomas Cooper lerhard Damrom Roy Harrns Nlelwm Dasher Lester Cox Kenneth Vxllxams R014 4 joan Crockett, Glorxa Cun mngham, Conme Damels, Elora Coker, Parrlcna Crossley, Ruta Cunningham, Barbar Crone- meyer, Gloria Cook, Margaret Curtis, Rosamary Davenport, Rau' 4: james Knowles, Emmett Cunningham, Edward Dameron, Thane Culver. ,- 201 3 Nliss Dorrel Row I Susan Bowman Lennie Blumenthal Judith Beaton Rosalie Blame Roberta Black well Carole Birnbaum Carolyn Blaker Doris Birdsall Row 2 Virginia Boggis Charmaine Bish Gerald Boyd Albert Becker Robert Bennett ihomas Blank enship Barbara Behrens Paris Beland Row 3 Robert Bern hardt Charles Dye james Black well Miss Dorrell ames Long Henrietta Blount 300-3 Mr. Goldkind Row I: Doris Clarke, April Cas- barian, Alice Clark, Diana Clark, Dorothy Chappell. .loan Christopher, Ruth Carter, Nancy Richards. Row 2: James Rhodes XY'illiarn Clarke, Ronald Chase, -Inhn Coheld, Henry Chappelle, Stanley Caulder, Robert Charu- has, Eugene Carls, Arthur Chopin. Row 3: Paul Carroll, Mary Caton, Ruby Carney, Joyce Cohen, Anne Chaney, Penny Cameron, Carol Carlson. Row 4: Robert Miller, Earl Carson, Rodney Bransdone, W'ayne Byrd. NP- Mrs. Ogilvy demonstrates to future housewives" how to hold their husbands. 302 3 Nliss Tay lor Row I Constance Mason Nlil dred Anderson anet 'wlcNeels Shirley Mihm Pamela Marshall Shirley Marshall Sandra Delaney Ieanne 'vIcNamee R u 2 Iancs Mannen Anna Blas Melwin Martin Mary McCullough lames Miller Carole Mamakos franklin McCroy Elaine Ver rill Guy Marvin R ie 3 Ed ward McClellan Eugenia Var der udith McAuliffe lxenneth kitchens Virginia Nlcliennex Rudolph Mellenberg Eleanor Klaucuso Robert Mealor Nancy VIcDonald anice Galeans l Anacostia students are proud of the unusual Oriental exhibit given to the school by the Anacostia Yational Bank. 304-3 Miss Russel Rau' I: Bobbie Ann Maize. Sondra Lee Mack, Elva Marie Longworth, Althea Lancaster, Barbara Levisay, Jeanne Maize, Lynne Larsen, Diane Lassiter. R014 2: james Bowman, Allan Lusby, Wfilbur Lee, Paul Landis, lack Lane, David Lubetzky, Thomas Leeson, Daniel Larson. Kenneth Long. Rou 1: Rita Lynch, Nlarlteeta Lee, Robert Lewis, jcanne Lewis, XY'illiam Magerkortch, Michael Macker- lcy, Judith Duvall. Beth Knott. V' Y""v-- Rushing from third floor these students barely make it in time for c 307-3 Mrs. Palmer R w I: ane Jarrett, A ma James, Joan Heyward, Patricia Holton, Joan Holt, Lorraine ackson, Carolyn Johns, Marion enkins. Row 2: Linda Huie, Robert Couchoud, Karl Huro- witz, Gayle Tanhoff, Douglas Inks, Linda Hodes, William Jenkins, Thomas Selby, Judith Scott. Row 3: Shirley Howard, Muriel Hillian, Barbara Hunter, Judie Myers, Patricia Henson, Thalia Hyatt, Virginia Jack. Judith Hildebrand. Row 4: Bruce Hinson, David Hersh- berger, Lee Hillian. 305 3 Miss Hoover Row I Carolyn Burns Jean Halcombe Josephine Handy Susan Ham Jacquelyn Gordon Norma Reyes Gloria Green Carolyn Davis Row2 Edward Harrison Warren Hayes Martin Haskins Francis Groy XVill1am Greene Charles Hayden Francis Harley Robert Grove Court land Brown Row 3 Addie Harrison Patricia Grimes Carole Hawkins Judith Hedrick Joseph Gonda Horace Heitman Annette Hannum Carol Hard ing Carol Gossett Genda Cole man lasses in the Tin Tabernacle. ,1 308-3 Mrs. Monberg Rau' I: Romelle W'ilson, Priscilla Young, joan W'atl1en, Quincy Whiunore, Sandra Zepnick. Anita Wheeler. Delores Camp- bell, jo Ann Watkins. Row 2: Ranson NY'ashington, Lee Vfhite, Leonard XY'oody, Clarence Rob- erson, Allen Wooldridge, Ronald W'einer. Gene XY'atford. john Wiggins. Rau 1: Jacqueline jones, Patricia Arnold, Barbara XY'illiams0n, Mary Louise Wlhire, Ann NVils0n, Dolores NY'hite, Mary Kanacopoulos. Nadine Whitlock, Joyce Tubman, as Ewen the spare moments of our lunch hour are taken up bi studsing -is 310 3 'wliss Nlacina ou oycc Castro oan ones Agnes Briscoe lkaren isncr Doris lxnort ean u iano Patricia Kalinoski Glenna Maynard Rau. Steven Katz Ls nn Mi ner Charles Vaughan Peggy Kueser Kenneth ohnson Eleanor ones Richard Kauffman anet Jones Ro ert jordan R u 3 nn lones Daniel olli une Carver George lxennew Lance lxlein Thomas lxilmurrai Gwen ohn son Scarlett ohnson Linda ones Audrey lung Rou 4 Alan lxaufman Ronald Iohnson Gan lkahler xr .l w r s 1' ,FS nr fs' ,I 312 3Mrs Kilpatrick nu Bernice kent Sonya Digbs uanita Dickinson Thel ma Dans Barbara Duffey Bonnie Lewis 'vlary Dutrow lsther Dickerson K IU 2 Imilio Tercero Daxicl lwans Richard Singer Edward Ohm David Faulconcr Sidney Enden Ronald Hayes Robert Distin Paul DiBali Rau, 3 Michelle De Shang Sheila Davis Donovan Robert Louis Dick Charles Pstill Franklin DiCola Georg: ana Duerr Cora ane Dutton r xx '5- Qu During a pep assembly we met the Men of Iron who led us to the Eastern Division Championship in football 114 3Mr Currin Rou I acqueline Glover Ilat uc Garrison Alberta Larter oris over anicc rye Yancy Fauntroy Thomasinc Foreman Carol Fortune. Rau' 2: Paul Garlinski Barry Feld- man Harold Fitzgerald Thomas Fuller, George Carrison Wayne Fuller Gordon Gaastra, George Csateau john Franklin. R u 4: Vlo ie Birdsall Tiajuana Dc Shong jean Gagnon an Cusic Elizabeth Ford Lynne Shaver Mary Gibson Nlillicent ohnson. Linda Fuller Patricia Foy. Rou 4: john Forbes Thomas Gantt George Fisher Ellwood Giarth, john Gibson. .uf I J A"K Lk r , 51, ,ff f 'Q L W, lLL,ll1l iiii -.F-4 ..y:.'. n .. x 1 A L my 'X N " - Q , . 4 -f 'f' A -, ,. . i.-Q-,gg my-nn wiv. A .nu K' ' -f- f ' P- vw- -.M-f 4 r , 51: ., j1 f.,. 'MY' 1-L, : , f g,,v V V.. AA . Tl Q :JP L:- UN.. 0 A 15,95 r .-.k4,,.n ,- . . . K, x 6601? Nw" gi f f YQA IW.-5' 1 Q Xyfhfx 34 B l . . if! vlillli 'G This trophy, awarded by the Kiwanis Key Club to Anacostia Cadets' honor company of each year, receives looks of approval from admirers. I Fl w- L-i L'-T li! I. I lg? BJ lv P K 3 RQ ls:- 4,M Uv -l 9 During a practice fire drill, we quickly File out from all the doors in a record time of two minutes and 35 seconds. :Tl ' 4:55 lgun F?-'ta 533.-g miie '15 3 lutfir K 335' Q. bmw , fr5f v XXX' ll rf? x i - 1 l X, I 7 TF "He has been in that booth for exactly 29 minutes and seven seconds! And they say that girls talk!" iw gs Q SSI' N 'Q .5 5 Ys f l' 5 "N-. 'Q 'H- ., Mrs Lemon A 3 0 C100'I, m Red Cross DFIVCD 1 'Ns Row I Alxce Benner Elizabeth Benson Thomas Benson joel Berman kenneth Berry Martha Bmger Barbara Bnschoff Teddy Jo Blackman Row 2 Eugene Boan Barbara Boatvn right Dons Bock Peggy Boone Wxlcla Brann Carolyn Braxton Margaret Brnnkcr Mxlton Brokau Row 5 Phyllns Brooks Paulme Galloway Madeline Galvm Bettv jo Gardn r Ernest Ghee Carolyn Gladhlll Rnchard Grant John Gray Row 4 Fred Gregory Bessle Shnllmg Elxzabeth Snellnngs Carole Vereka Manon Ware Gall Woodland Ronald Wright Mrs Sides MA-5 r Fnshkm snaps a fast plax Row 1 Evelyn Brooks Ralph Coates jxmmy Cook Frank Harns Rnchard Relac Daud Tramum Walter Tnttlpoe Charles Tucker Row 2 Thomas Tucll Marlene Tyler Judxth Vance Donald Vandegnft Carnl Vxgness Charles Xngness Lotha Walker Walter Ward Row 3 Carol Washington Ins Washmgton Wnlllam Weaver Dorothy Welch Nlargaret NWestergard Bennxe Xvhecler Wfnllnam Wheeler Walter Wlley Marsha Weed Ns "x ,plug . 55.1 Q' '51 I I gl is 'SQ QA -E 56.53 'fr-,w 9 It Q 5- ak Y x. 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V 1 t Y N N ' 'l"' V ., . L f . , I - nf 7 1 ' .Dsl K. . fy Q 3. X I 4, A .V t. 's x x x 'N 5, ,S Q -. -saw I Q. R. 5. -5 xx. x37 'f' 1 ' -W 'N 'oil ' Qi- -Q- S. N X Mr. Benner 7,2 fi. f I S, ' Q vt VH' Vw -T 1 sg 104-5 'ff 5 -- lf 1' , fs: .t Q ' x WP' s x ML X . , ,H X ,Q C.. R. s i il 1 gg, - IQ- 5-I 1312- QD N VIL' la-v 12" 'L X 5- N. X. N- Row I jane Bell Francms Cofcr Stephen Foster Lynda Johnson Eleanor McDevitt Lahm Nncholson EVCIYI1 Nrldcr lEd Nlckens Row 2 Elizabeth Nlxon Kay Noble Marcla Palne Barbara Peacher Kaleen Peck Betty Pelosl Barbara Peterson Row! john letralla Harrlet Plcrce Dany Plnkncy Benyamm Pmncr Benpamm Pollng Charles Porter Donald Wlllls Home nurslr-g was a faworlte umt m P E Row I Dorothy loncs Fred jones Shlrley lones Freddy Kaplan Mary Kay Keatmg janamarle Key lo Ann Kudwcll Kon 2 Renault Kung Patrltla Krahllng, Ioyte Laty Wllllam Lambert Marv Lamkm Lhrlstlne Lane Nlae Lee Row 1 Orlando Lee John Legg Mlrenlle Lellouche Donald Nelson Sylvester XX llson wlllllm XY llson Danlel Volt Dons lxendall i 1 ,AA - NN 6 35 if 451 35 We. Mrs Schllmm 107 5 .Y-I X - - V M fy n N I, ., i. ,fe ?g.. ay Q..-,J -a,-lf-Qlt:-ll bi X ' Qi N-v ' "-D' w. D' X N. QV to X ' ' ' A l - J X L ld. . .. 0-, p" fl' 'D ft 1 l X - qi 'L I ' ag ' L' 43, ' Q N i st." 95 -'f f ' ' 'X Q -31 ft "Q, Sw N .. tk 5 " i AVF, V,' fy -A . -ar . 'N v x xv xt' Q. Q! xx: XE QXXP vt K X L .. L x X , N., - K 1 f N 2 S 'I fm 3' 0 Miss Harpster 4 R. ,S lm K FIFSC IOOQ Sectxon m Red Cross drxve, N 10020 ln Home and School member if 'X s1p 'Q 5 JL Row I Noel Blakey Yvonne Chase Lelna Dnxon Helen Foley Phyllns Lallls Bonme Lord Rau 2 Robert Owens Maryanne Pxrtle Wilmer Preston Jack Qulgley Roslyn Ray Karen Raymond Row 3 john Reamy Anthony Reardon Robert Reddmg Lmda Rengelman Helen Rnce jerry Rnce judnth Rxgg Dolores Rnghtnour Row 4 Mxlton Rosasco Paul Rosasco Pat Rose Barbara Schooler Row 5 Lmda Sullivan Manetta Wlllet ean Vxllnford Barbara Wilson Beatrxce Wilson Margaret Wnlson Linda Wmneland Future hom: makers wxll help balance the budget bv makmg therr own clothes . U' L, , ' . N ,, R 14, , 1 -Q fi. 'xg y 'A . K- S . D A A x XX KX N will - ' ' 5 k . gg.-4 " W" 4' , A - . 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'V f X ,,f""'f,-, :aria bf 1, 1 V - Out of door assemblies were always a welcome break m the day s routine Row I Robert Davls Harry Franklin Mark Frazer George Grxgsby Richard Grxmes Dorothy Guethler Helen Hackett Row 2 Steven H3pm0Sl joe Hale O Wald Hale Mary Hall Robert Hampton Doyle Harpster Joy Harrns Terry Hart jacquclme Hawes Marshall Hawluns Wxllxam Hawluns John Helss Row 3 Thelma Hetrxck Thomas Hollis Constance Howe R010 4 joseph Koontz Lols Leahew Barbara Mxlls Kathleen Murphy john Panholzer john Powell Alxce Reynolds Paul Schnexder Row 5 Mnchael Smxth Chrxstme Womack Suzanne Wonderly Beverly Wyatt Celestme Yearby Elnzabeth Yearwood Soma Yorkoii Harold Younger .X S 1 'W s g Mr Brown 'K N - Q, j 'Ss S 122 5 Vs., 'S 'X v5 i , L L - N ,- ' T .IT - 5 ni - K - l V a ' - - 5' A J 1 ir . , I K . ., sl I . Q, Q l . -I C Q . 'l . -' , g RM Q W - I I , ' 19: . . A1 ,. -f ' ist W r 'T' Q .1 :R-A STV.. '. 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A I yn, Q I Q :lx - , ' u ' 5. d . wi 4 r AA YG' ,funny X re Q H M Mrs Richard fs., 1: 1 f 'EXW SX- list, MQ 45 E ,BM M UF Row I Patncra De Vera Brenda Dxal Donna DnFrancxs oseph Dxvver Lucnus Duron Robert Doak Row 2 Jerry Droze Pearl Duckett Dons Dunn Harry Early Bobby Edwards Helen Edwards Robert Edwards Row 3 Jean Ellns Patncxa Farrcloth Rocco Falcone James Farmer Sandra Fasnacht Harvey Flatt Hudre Flemrng Row 4 Phyllns Fortunato Bruce Ruck Frank Wolf Charles Young Warren Zengler james Erchelberger Vernon Dnsharoon Pauence Vnetch offers Mass Smrth Y Teen sponsor a cup of punch at the Y Teen mmatxon party Row 1 Leroy Alt john Burnett Eva Coield Robert Cooper Paul Cornelnus Kenneth Courtney Charlotte Cox James Craxg Raw 2 Charles Cranford Patrrcla Craun Joyce Crow Lxnda Cunnmgham Margo Cunmngham Anna Cuozzo Kay Curry Adnanne Dale June Danzlger Row 3 Ellen Darlmg Dons Dame Nancy Davxdson Beverly Davis Nancy Davrs Robert Davrs Veromca Davis Joan Delano Row 4 Lula Denms Ronald Galloway Gordon Garrnson Kenneth Garnson Patrxcla Holland Roberta Roche Joseph Russek Alxce Trigger Barbara Wnght fi -' QQ Q Q-. g, 'Nl s., 'S' K. Mlss Faris 42 W P As 9 9 8 If I , I Q, at QF1rsr place ln TOTEM POLE Q' ,Q subscrlptlonsj 'X' 5 1 X- in A s. l , N .V NPI' S l 1 'S -- D s K bi. R ,l we , ff 3, e Q is x '11 K 1 . ,.'-up l gil A Q ' Y za QJ Wx 'Dr ks, 5 cf' s. kf- '- X Q 4 J K 5 X ez, . fb 'Ur l . 38 ' I Mrs. Welda . ' - .f 3 N I - 'LT 'A 'Q QA. i t 'wc 1 d .xgl ix! Q - Q' mf . f sv' Xa ' ,X Qi . Y' ' . Q X x -8 ra ZX 1 - e, ss .W 2 Q' f s , ' . -3- X is g - -I - T it-'P' 5.1 5 n u. X' - E f N 1 f-'T'-1 - - ff Q. x E' , 2 'Q px Y xi ws: 5. Q , I , 'N . 1 . 1 A Q' . Xi' " K 5 f . E ' fl ' " -Q 2 xg es g Gig -T 133 4 9, Q, '52 Q-X "Q, I . fi' v ,'-. . I if x AL A Q ilwd t 4 Row I: Donald Bennett, Ronald Cabell, Grace Clark, Bobby Dodd, Wallace Hall, John Hildebrand, Peggy Hind. Row 2: Charles Hodge, Robert Holcomb, Yvonne Holly, Charles Hudgins, Beth Hudson, Michael Jackson. Roy Jackson. Row 1: Patricia Johns. Jacqueline Johnson, Barbara Jones, Earl Leftwich, Richard Seaman, Ralph Ventzcl, Bernice NVorsley. Row 4: Dale Young, Melvin Fones, Charles Horwitz, Richard Shorter, Ruby lce, Alice Bell, Wfilliam Johnson. Two seniors, Yvonne Kubecki and Nancy Kil- murray, reveal a neat job of interior decoration. Row I: Steve Atkins, Joyce Bias, Jo Ann Burgess, Dian Cantield. Row 2: Mary Couifman, Catherine Dostal, Kay Green, Louise Gregory. Row 3: Frank McCutcheon, Sara McCullagh, Beatie Kay McFarlin, Elizabeth McFetters, Gloria Milburn, Eddie Edith Monroe, Lacy Monroe, Alstorlt Moore, Patr Judith Nelson. Margaret Burks, Gloria Burns, Gloria Butler, Chaney, Sandra Chappell, Valeta Chase, Clara Miles, Samuel Miller. Row 4: Carol Mohler, icia Moore, Yvonne Mullins, Gudrun Narr, . - i , KN " tu .v '-gg. .T I 2, Q LN , - N , V -L N ' -s " -. S- ' - , ' g "L, is I we 9 gg 'ku .4 W. N' W X X X f Q h Mr. Koste explains the use of a machine in metal '-.P cs 1 ' gs aa, g D , 'ix ' ,i shop. X 5 Y W v XQ N 2, X 'Tr f I., iw 'Qs' V wk. , -5 io 5 -FHL b H KN x 6 I i r 'X ' fi . - - gg J x X vc 'Zi 3 is -vs Q 7 'T , QV.. A U ' :X Q N sl , Q '- t tri - X Q- S' Y X J . I ' 1. S 4 E Y .s L Mrs. Kent 5 E r ' ' " ' 207 ' x. 5 ' n - vo S ...S " t YN A of ' 'ij Q -34 , , .. 39 'S iii? 53 ' J Mrs O ilv ig 'SS ' S -rf' ' 9 Y - - S T or 123 3 me-7 as - N k , M ' ,,aXf"-Vlbfx Q , V A M ,MQ N 143 6' fl Row 1: Susan Furminger, Carolyn Gaines, Vivian Spears, Judy Stephan, Richard Stevenson, Eddie Stout. Raw 2: Carol Stuart, Paul Summer, Virginia Talbott, jane Taylor, John Taylor, George Thacl-ter. Row 3: George Thayer, Jean Thomas, Sylvia Thomas, Theodore Thomas, Vivian Thompson. 51. -.4 Mr. Prater directs the use of the power saw in an industrial arts class. Mrs. Smith X rx' Anthony Reardon sets an example in concentration. Row I: joan Abel, Julia Albright, Vernice Aldrich, Patricia Aldridge, Joyce Anderson, Alyce Ashby, Carroll Anderson, Theresa Awad. Row 2: Betty Balcom, Nancy Ballard, Nancy Ballew, Tommy Banks, Joyce Barnes, Ruth Barnes, Paul Barnett, Diane Barrett, Daniel Barry, Sandra Baylor. Row 3: Brian Behe, Vicki Belcher. Linda Curtin, Ramona Gordon, Brenda Hare, jacquelyn Hartzell, Judith McCuskey, james Keys, jo Anne Thompson, Pat Yalden. , Irv? 'T Ps ir ig I NL! ' M '4 ' Sa ' s. ' W T -Q, S S' ' ' 7 -- . V 'Q , , , V- ,T - , , . .I '- ' -s 2 sh ,A at Q i 2 5. '-:Q Q i at ' R tg. S I' rigs Q' -5, ' ,tt Q 1, ' is S K .w L , at ' - ' I . V 'l'Q . '- zu?" I T ' i 5. i I by 2 N V fl Q V , Q, x. , 'f v ' XX Y ' 'S N- '51 ' 1 ' X- s . ex ' , -fx sy S x ' g 4? . L I I w . L S' X li r X 40 L x ' ' - , , , , fe 'tn af Iago, Q ,, 'ic-. N Q 2, "-:Q C Y-PQI' Q X Q x f - 1 " 'I P w - ' ' ' ff' W 'fe - fi '. Q. Vi- S 5-9. V12-0 Ir! l ' ', U' J ' 12.3 be of u of . ' . T r-fi, Z' 1 W 1 'Q ' . n ' fi J fffgc aff ' e, . -6 1 .- qv, . 4- ,.,, ,, I V .gf M.- N ,' - - , r . ' ' - N ' . I I v- , X f 1 ' ' I' . . Q . O xr qi? r I , . v . H . 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L f . f 1. 1, - r i ,-' Mr Brinker A as Row I john Burroughs Eh Busada Gary Caudell Joe Cheseldme Gerue Clmgman Patncla Conner Joanne Emhorn Jo Fellows Davnd Glukenhouse Frank Mnlan Row 2 Mary Sandberg Thomas Saul Velma Saunders Rose Schlemmer joseph Schrul Glona Scurry Betty Seaton Wxlma Swngel Row J jo Ann Serownck Joan Shaffer Brenda Shank joan Sxgurdsen Irene Small Joan Small Paul Soules Harry Taylor Row 4 Lorrame Collmge Albert Chase Annette Schuster Th1S sectnon dlstmgunshed 1tself by enrollmg 10092, m the Jumor Red Cross and m Home and School In addmon, everyone nn the home room purchased a Pow Wow Row I Arthur Camph Mary Cook Robert Covolo Ken Foster joyce Gossett Chnstme Graham Row 2 james jackson jennette Lnesmann Samuel Lnff Shxrley Lmkms Jewel Lxttle Geraldme Lohr Angehne Lomax Susan Lorenzen Robert Lowry Sylvna Luck Row 3 Nancy Mackintosh jane Maddox james Maguire Jacqueline Mapp David Martm Fred Martm Mackey Massey Wxlham Massey Rxchard Mathneson Robert Mauck Row 4 Barbara Mauney Thomas Mayes Darlene McAdams Raymond McAdams Davxd McCoy Ella McCreary Verbena Rodgers Yvonne Stewart Ehzabeth Smzth Mary Wnllnams Mass Overhulser 3: "5 it l l K1 5 1 'fr ,, Qs. 5. 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X' X2 or , - Q he Y att . , , gf' N Vp' ' , ' 4 'in his eu 6 4 QQ' Mrs. Cantrell N' 4'-Q. kv w, H Y A N LQ l 311 ff - Row I Mary Baylor Sara Beach Larry Bradshaw Douglas Clarke joseph Collms Allan Curtm Beverley Dean hmma Deavers Raw 2 Glenda Yroclte Garland Gross Nora Hanson Vrrgmxa Harris Elalne Hyatt Harry Iacltson John King john Qatsha Row 3 Jacquelxne Reed Dons Shrtvcr Kay Utterback Lottie Washington Thomas Welsh Frederrclt Wodell Soft musnc for a Home Arts Club tea Row I Susan Alfandre Katherme Blanco Sharon Cunnmgham Mrchael Davey Bull Donaldson Betty Sue Ford Bull Fry Row 2 Daud Gxlbert Rrchard Halcombe Helen Hull Marlon johnson Ronald Kang Marcrano Lombre Mary Mullms Maunee O Connor Stuart Otteson Don Pxccolo Row 3 Bernard Ray Martha Rxsher jane Rodgers Vmcent Ryan Thelma Scott Everett Stevenson Ned Upnght Cllfford Vassallo Rrchard Wrllrs Robert Inman -o-vw.4Q""""- Mr Mcphall Q 554 "H J Q S w Q 'S xv rw Q we so ' L FN K--v T' use 'S I 'P , l V . , ' Q ., D ' X at , -s Q . -. 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Row 2, lefi to rigbir Head Coach Zu Stewart and mascot, R. Grant, J. Benson, J. Burke, Football "The day we tore the goal posts down" was the happy re- frain that echoed in the mind of every Anacostian this fall as the Indians fought their way to a second Inter-High Cham- pionship. The season, undoubtedly the best in the history of the school, was highlighted by a breathtaking 19 to 14 victory over arch rival Eastern. The loss of the city championship to St. johns, keenly felt by every Anacostian, gave the Braves their only defeat of the year. The season was climaxed as Max Disharoon, Dave Watkins, jay Long, and Jim Allwine made the All-High Teams, M. Disharoon, Long, and Watkins made the All-Metropolitan Team, and the names of Long, Watkins, and M. Disharoon appeared on the Pigskin All-City roster. Disharoon also re- ceived honorable mention on the All-American Team and was the Pigskin Club player of the year. The Indians' forward wall included jay Long, Leonard King, Angelos Bacas, Vernon Disharoon, jim Allwine, Jim Craig and Dave Watkins. The backfield was sparked by the excellent work of Ronnie Droze, Max Disharoon, Wendell Myers, and jerry Hite. Superb throughout the season, the team was constantly spurred on by the outstanding play of the entire squad, the excellent teamwork, and the cheering of the ever faithful student body. Dave Watkins, right end, distinguished himself as a fine pass receiver. Larry Fixell handled most of the kicking. The hard fighting back, Max Disharoon, was a key player through- out the season. v is f e - i +. 961. i V . l 1 ' v: 'T' I hw. Qt wg ,, - 4 5,4 18 : .4 1 :: - 1 , ' Q l L ,. ' ' A ,S ' 11+ I 2,1 g W' ' ' J 'V N 6 a' - ' ,L i vi Q ' ,rg jg, ' " 1 g Q ' X ' - Q L w ' 5 .x I ia! - f K J 'QT 4' any s Drozc's favorite play pays off in an early season fix game against Blair. ng 1 g 8 . ,, R Q," ' A.. ' E A A . -mx Q M H' - "'- -A.. A wah! .A ' .n .g . 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V . .7 . f"1p'Yf , AA 'hw . . ,-i i, - "J v-QP' W x W -I '. 1 ,- iw-pi N , ' ' , ' " -.- .va -1- . -r' , Q .+- "Down You Gof, Jim "Bear" Allwine sets his sights for an oncoming Spingarn player. Y ,148 "WI "Tragedy Strikes." jay Long is temporarily put out of commission in the game against Spirigarn. 50 Anacostia 0 14 26 19 33 14 20 39 7 14 12 SEASON'S RECORD WON LOST TIED 8 1 2 Opponent Opp. Score Gongaza 0 Mont. Blair 0 Phelps 0 Eastern 14 Armstrong 0 Spingarn 7 McKinley 7 Chamberlain 0 St. johns 7 Cardozo 0 St. Johns 18 .nf .,... 3 i xl. --Ll 5 '.l-af , 'tiff'- . , . .LN ' J , - Q-5 , l- T' H ,s""51,Ei Q- ,C I 1 9. , u - ,dm ' -4 i' "'ii-5 f 1 iv' . . 1 f I uv , -if Q ex JA 4 'QS 2,31 NT -' kd' X xk e . g 5' W ,Q f K- 4 A ' X . , ,Q . 'A '- .vnu 1' .A " ' i-113135 1 G U A B xi, ' f' :cas V+ 1 N- K A K K Q L x E. King W. Myers L. Fixell I C' v' fx Rx X an -jf ll X V ' ef i f, :-- wx 4 Q 1 X F - V 2 11 . 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WN Ofljloncnf John Carroll St. Anthony Mackin Suitland Phelps Eastern Armstrong Spingarn McKinley Chamberlain Blair Phelps Ifastcrn Armstrong Spingarn McKinley Gonzaga Chamberlain Delxlarha St. John Dunbar Basketball SEASONS RECORD 51 48 39 35 51 49 S3 53 51 53 61 44 49 54 63 71 71 52 67 74 72 Anamsfia 45 52 69 66 54 65 51 44 64 71 52 50 57 57 57 63 65 69 60 71 55 x L W Q if au x Baseball '2- -sn HOL -ug A..-..,sf , - ' " , - m 'as 'vb . . --. e - . '.,.g,., :vw ' 'Op M . - -A ' 0 , ..,-.,, , W 2 W ,N .JL ,. ' 1' U L., A --'. , ., . . , . , . ,I I ,Ada e ff 5 W ' ff' ,. ,f 'sg' 5 -- -.1 ,, rv ,V .-. A .,, A u -+-fwfr., 5... is 1 tw-H we .., -.-- p..,'e-Me. 's 1 - J'- Anacostia Baseball Team-I 9 5 7. 6. lvl! . X!! ls'50 Uv ' Cha-wKa.vv,.a.vf".2 ..---gn I' ,vias -- v - - fr -' .f -' Y -',. .El ' U- ' - F, I -if j 'eng' ' H ld D' A ' ' , ,.-- st.,-. pitching technique. 'IF' .....,- yd, w..f.7,'1'-V aro istm, Kenny Peed, and Tommy Youngblood practice their U., - - 1 n iw, - ,ji Qi' 1 gfw wi .- ' . D , ' A5 'G' ' , V I ' - , . .- , v W. , Y , . . - I 1 TEE: 1 ' . I Coach Netherton gets set for some practice swings. . A P, Li 'rf 1 . . ' s. Walter Mahan's disgruntled expression as he slides into third base seems to show that Jimmy Morris has put him out. .a'- J " - rf- as-fs Sid Michlen puts all he has into a swing during a practice session. Heads Up-Bob Haas winds up for the pitch. Sid Michlen tags Jerry Hite as he slides into second base. A foul tip hit by Elton King puts Walter Mahan on his guard. Don Piccalo finds the ball just within his reach 55 -r J 1 K . ig? 3 if 5. ,ur R-Y 'X D , 9' J, nv- 3-3 A Modern dancing develops charm? Cf T .vii n-9 4 'l' 1 ' wa' A. -.hx-3. f ' 4 -,f 4.1, -3 r f ' - ' v..ll 4' in a bask-21? mann-,Q Ns . , ,1 fa nag. -vp- X 4. 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Bob Chew tries his luck with the pole vault. 58 f, il H I N X3 fx ' 'Y I . ri ,S J ' ,fi if . 6 4 Q Aw Y f"'1l?' lx ,,.e o t. pi ,Lita .. vi Lunch period discussions were also held in the auditorium where we gathered in inclement weather, but band rehearsal was one of the most familiar sights and sounds. Activities "Lunch period discussions we held out on the bleachers g Our talks included everything-dates, clubs, and sporfs and teachers." oi X ilk, ,, - 'v lil! l j' 'Q 3' if X I STUDENT COUNCIL, Rau 1: Dianne Barrett, Liane Schaffer, Terry lldvalson, Nancy Hite, Eddie Stallings, Susan Alfandre, Carol Linn, Nancy Clay. Row 2: Jack Stewart, Richard Duncan, W'ayne Lamb, Jan Rhoads, Richard Howe, Adrian Carpenter, Robert Lewis, Tony Aloi, Douglas Inks, Row 3: Judy Porter, jane juliano, Gail Spates, jackie Cooper, Kaleen Peck, Clara Dostal, Karen Raymond, W'ilda Brann, Kathy Bianco, Sue Bowman. 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XI1fv1cx 11111c.Ze11 t1tr11111gI1 III' It 'III IN U1L'11 ll' 1'11'l III1IfI1l1. ua Q- 0 POW' WOW EDITORIAL STAFF, R010 I: Faye Overly, Lila Robb. jill Raymond, Charlieann Fcntress, Martha Mitchell, Judy Brown, Harry Bacas, Nancy Hire. Roux 2: Valita Chase, Kay Adams, Priscilla Salvi, Anne Dunkin, Mireille Lellouehe, Janamarie Key, Rosalind Yee, Eugenie DcSmitr, Barbara Harper. Row 3: Betty Taylor, Arleen Mcrzel, Karen Raymond, Grace Schlegel, Peggy Boone. Joyce Crow, Kay Ms:Farlin, Vicki Belcher, Marsha Weed, jane Rodgers. Helen McCall. Rau' 4: Bruce Ruck, Susan Lorenzen, Kenneth Mchlahill, Miriam Kahn. 'xiembers of the Pou, Won editorial staff will never forget the long bur fruitful hours spent around the table in IA, working against the ever- too-near dead line. ' .sf-. I O 9 A.- i R POW WOW' BUSINESS STAFF, Row l: Manetta Willett. Linda Vfineland, Mireille Lellouche, Lee Rogers, Rosa- lind Yee, Joanne Makuta. Row 2: Phyllis Fortunato, Elizabeth McFetterl, Elizabeth Sherman, Karen Kesner, Pat Craun, Virginia Pierce, Irma Arends. Row 3: Margaret Wilson. Mary Mullins, Mirian Kahn, Peggy Bradhursr, Kath- leen McKinnon, Gloria Milburn. T7 G""'rv if PONY' NVOW REPRESENTATIVES, Row I: Cherita Bull, Nancy Hire, Priscilla Salvi, Barbara Burroughs, Kathy Bianco, Norma Davis, Pat Risley, Doreen Randall. Rim' 2: Virginia jack, Bonnie Lewis, jackie Cooper, Pat Rigdon, jean Thomas, Sonja Pappas, Linda johnson, Harriet Litoff, Maxine Leahew, Irma Arends, Alan Lusby. Row 5: Marcia Paine, Marsha XVeed, Dorothy jones, janamarie Key, Barbara Boatright, Carolyn Blaltcr, Collen Nicholson, Dottie Sheppard, Charlieann Fcntrcss, Elaine Hyatt, Wilma Shaltcsnider. Row 4: Kay McFarlin, Mary Mullins, Eleanor Mancuso, Penny Cameron, Manetta Willett, Halen Hackett, Carolyn Strine, Scarlett johnson, Faye Welch, Corinne McDuflie, Jennette Liesmann. Row 5: Bruce Ruclt, Robert Davis. Babetta Bigsbee fleftj hands her money to Beverly Beachum, Powrwow representative, in return for the anticipated paper. b , .sw-u"" FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERlCA Some members of this newly organind uluh glance :wer tollegc pamphlets and display their charter on the hl.1clxhnard. They arc: ,leanetre Coward: Belinda Douglas: jackie Hartzcll, secretary: Susan Lorcnzen, president: Virginia Miller, Miss Dewar, Peggy Hind: Barbara Milloff: and Eva jean Cohcld. Other mem- hers arc: Kay' Adams, trcasurcrg Nancy Davidson: Fmnnic lxwiwg Helen Mcfall. Nice presidentg ,lmnnc Xltxarnccz llchorali xkiflftlg Sonia Yorltofl, ,I ""n.f Ll. TOTEM POLE STAFF. Rou I: Bar' bara Hof, Helen McCall, Liane Schaf- fer. Row 2: janet Whitheld, Priscilla Salvi, Kay Adams, Margaret Hooker, Alice Risk, Betty Taylor, Eugenie DeSmitt, Rosalind Yee. Row 3: Joanne Makuta, Arleen Merzel, Ann Broderick, Jeanette Coward, Miriam Kahn, Ruth Bladen, Gay Landis, Carol Lynn, Anthony Reardon. Row 4: Barry Blanford, Randal Piper, Albert Norway. Putting the TOTLM Pots together was fun but it was more work than you readers will ever realize! TOTEM POLE REPRESENTATIVES. Rau' l: Carolyn Abbott, Barbara Brubaker, Betty Taylor, Diane Rislcy, Annette Schuster, Mary Keating, jean juliano, jan Mauney. Row 2: janet Vfhitfield, Judith Rigg, Guy Marvin, Kenneth Krauss, Richard Shropshire, Ray Noble, Sue Ford, Carril Vigness. Row 3: Zenobia Holbrook, Penny Cameron, Deirdra Ridenour, Rita Cunningham, Helen Hackett, Sally Beach, judith Hedrick, Pat Pritchard, Peggy Hind. Row 4: Nancy Kilmurray, Sara Livesay, Virginia Talbott, Beth Knott, Elizabeth Bowers, Kay Curry. Helen Embrey, Aileen Mcrzel. Miss Moseley supervises as Carol Linn collects money for the Toiui POLE. Some of those fifty cent pieces were hard to extract from you, but everybody wanted a yearbook. -as-uve LFADERS CLUB, Rau' I: Nancy Davis, Barbara Hur, joan Holder, secretary: Alice Langford, president, Rosalind Yee, treasurer Helen McCall, Alice Risk, Nancy Hite. Rau. 2: Lila Robb, jamie DeSmitt, Valiia Cliase, Mary Newlund, Faye Overly, Judy Newberry Priscilla Salvi, Judy Porter, Margaret Hooker. Row 3: Bette Sue Ford, Margaret Turner, Linda Cunningham, Grace Sclalegel, Patience Veitch Patricia House, Liane Schaffer, Mireille Lellouche, Arleen NfCl'7Cl, jackie Harwell. Rou 4: Ruth Bladen, Jeanette Coward, June D3h7igCf Belinda Douglas, Susan Loren7en, Patricia Tayman, Miriam Kahn, Barbara Brown, Anne Dunkin, Carol Linn. Alrserxtr Carole Rankin iiee-president, Ann Broderick. I One of the many Leaders ii Club projects was collecting wasliclotlis for needy teen- agers at a mission in Soutli America. 'W ' After tlie combined Club-Rey Club collection against polio, Harry Bacas proudly turns over the check to a lady from tlie March of Dimes. ...Ac LLB Rau' I: Terry Edvalson, president: David Vfyatt, Walter lillis, vice-president, Karl Lindner. Sam Itscoitz, treasurer: XX illiam Nlurplaw Row 2: Richard Howe, Gary Basse, Edwin Stennett, secretary, George America, Paul Moxley, Angelos Bacas, Harry Bacas. Ron 3 Nliltc Labriola, Richard Isler, Guy Edwards. Bob Corens. f Kay McCorquodalc nervously signs her name to the roll of the National Honor Society at the January induction. Others admitted at that time were: jackie Barlow, Mary Ellen Beard, Sam Kaplan Nancy Hire, Grace Schlegel, Lila Robb, Doris Gallenstein, Ann Bowman, Arleen Merzel, Gay Landis, Richard Duncan, Faye Ovcrly, W'altcr Mahan, Rebecca Smith, Alyce Blag- man, Bette Sue Ford, Carole Rankin, and Patricia Tay- man. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, Row I: Alice Langford, Judy Newbury, treasurer, Mike Labriloa, vue president Sam ItscoitL president Mary Newlund sccrctaryg Barbara Hor. Raw 2: Priscilla Salvi, Margaret Turner, Liane Schaffer, Barbara Brown, Anne Dunkin Carol Linn Rosalind Yee Raw 3 Brian Dobne, Edwin Stennett, Richard liler, joan Holder, Miriam Kahn, Jeanette Coward, Paul Moxley, David Devine Walter Fllis Abxen! Ann Broderick 'X UVB.-RTI: CIUB. Rrm I: Bonnie lswix. Rfm I Priscilla Salvi. Kay Adamv. Ifugenie IJCSYTNKI Rosalird Tee. Rau. i: joan Holder. Miriam Kahn Xlr. T. H. Price, Ann Brodcritk, ,lackie Harwell "Good morning. The reading this morn- ing ix from the 100th Psalm . . . The Lord's Prayer . . . The Salute to the Flag . . . Anacostia High School Daily Bulletin." BROADCASTING CLUB, ROI! I: .lame DeSmitt. Miriam Kahn, Joan Holder, Rosalind Yee, Carol Linn. Rau 2: Barbara Brown, jeanerre Coward, Richard Duncan, Alyce Blagman, Liane Schaffer. ...2 2 i, as ,, .- nzuauu -ei UH. ' ,.f SCIENCE CLUB Rnu' 1: Kaleen Peck, jerry Rice, president, Flcanor Platt. secretary, Dian Canheld. tice-president: NX'illiam Fry, treasurerg Sara McCeillagh, Row 2: Bruce Ruck, jane Snelligs, Jo Anne Thompson. Mireille Lellouche, Gary Caudill. R014 W: John Heiss. Harvy Flatt, Oswald Hale. L YL lm l s .L- in'.J f.HlaXllS I RY l.I l'Pi Ron' I: Eleanor Platt, Christine RYO- mack, Mireille Lellouche, Brian Dohne, president, Beverly Wyatt, Carole Vereka. Rau' 2: Adrian Carpenter. Gary Caudill, Nancy Davidson, Mary Cauffman, Patience Veitch, Kaleen Peck, secretaryg Robert Cooper, jerry Rice. Row 1: Richard Duncan, Phill Legg, Harvey Platt, Eddie Stallings, john Mandel, Walter Fllis, treasurer. Abxenf: Diane Clarke, vice-president. x 'V': , Preparing for the Annual Science lnur, in the left foreground linda Huie displays her exhibit on "Rocks and Minerals" while Gilbert Brisson. whose proiect was "Explanation of locating Stars," looks on. Behind them is jerry Jenkins showing his "Guidance System for the Rocket llnginef' Marvin Krantl and Bob Forester .irc explaining their "Grav- ity Cell" project to Walliam Vfheeler lwvxlrrb whose study was nn "Polarized Light." Patricia Tayman examines her "Ignition System" while Nlrs. hdwards, physics in- structor. listens. In the picture at right, linda Reigelman is shown with her project "The Birth of a Dollar Bill." IAC 1' in l l -i , f . si a R i 1 PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB, R011 I: flirisune Vibmack, Oswald Hale, premicn' Mireille Lellouclic, sccrezaryg Linda NVincland, treasurer: xluditli Newiwrw Carril Yigness. Rnu 2: Kalcen Peck. Carolyn Dock. -lacquclyn Gordon. Nlarv Cauffman. Carnlc Hawkins, Blandrc Robinson, -lacquelyn Harwell. Rim 4 William Donaldson, jerry Rice. Adrian Carpenter. Brian Uolinc, john Hem Randal Piper. Thomas Raybald. .lcssc Smith, Charlcs Yign-css. ,film-iff' Ciciir L Dick. vice-presidcnr. I CHESS CLUB. R014 I: Vwilliam Clarke, Anthony Reardon, vice- prcsidenrg Harvey Flatt, presidentg Daniel Barry, secretary: Donald XY'illis. xreasurcrg David Glukcn- hous. Rau 2: Robcrt Cooper. Bruce Ruck, Richard Singer, Gary Caudill, Richard Relac, fi Donald Willis and sleiie Smitli match v.-its in a glieu game. Room 113 war :lic sim of mrring lurrlcw cverx- xkbdiicsday' Jftcrrionn. sxlicrc ilu' rliih mcmbcrx prfparcrl wr .ity vriilc nmtulwcfi K, 1 , f 3 ' in I 1 'Q K.. fa , -., V Nlarch 23rd was annual Clean u Da under the s nsorshi of the Student Council with the aid of all the school clubs. Here, A A l - P Y P0 P Nadine Whitlock and Georgiana Duerr find plenty of work to do. Gail Spares works on weeds while Karen Raymond sweeps the walk in front of the school. Clean-up Campaign Ann Bowman and Phil Le make their contributions b aint- gg Y P ing the doors of the building. 3 HOME ARTS CLUB, Row I: Gwen Robinson, vice-presidenrg Ann Paine, secretary, Liane Schaffer, historian, Jeanette Coward, president, Helen McCall, treasurer, Rosalind Yee, parliamentariang Pat Taylor. Row 2: Margaret Brinker, Barbara Hor, Ann Bowman, Kay Adams, Nancy Mackintosh. Susan Alfandre, Elizabeth McFetters, Diane Barrett. Row 5: Carril Vigness, Karen Raymond, Valita Chase, Pat Craun, Sonia Yorkoff, jackie Hartzcll, Chris W'omaCk, Suzanne W'ondcrly, Barbara Harper. Row 4: Betty Taylor, Marsha W'eed, Susan Furminger, Pat johns, Yvonne Davis. Kay Curry, Patience Veitch, Kay McFarlin, Marsha Paine, jo Ann Burgess. Row 5: Ruth Bladen, Sally Beach, Charluen Crockett, Ardahlia Black, RJJHCIIS W'illett, Belinda Douglas, Mrs. Lusk, June Danziger, Betty Yearwood, Carole Rankin, Penny McDuHic, Linda Rcigelman. -lcanetze Coward serves punch at the Home Arts Clubis Christmas party. This club, organized last year, specializes in serving at all social events of the school. which include faculty teas, prohis. plays. and Home and School. "A" CLUB, Rnu I: William DoCarno, jerry Hire, Sid Michelin, treasurer, Harry Bacas, president, Brian Courter, secretary, Allen Trammelle Don Iliecolo. Rou' 2: Bob Haas, Ronnie Droze, Robert Inman, john Lehosky, Vernon Disharoon, Richard Duncan, joe Cheseldine, Eddie Dodson Ron 1: ,lim Allwinc, Richard Xlfillis, Tom Morris, Tom Poole, Bruce McMahill, W'alt Mahan, George Grigsby, Leonard King, Max Disharoon Rau' -3: lfddie Stallings. Ronnie Poole, Carl Collinge. Absent: Hugh Chinn, vice-president. ,ia g Ebvgmgvr Eva' . N 5 ., 6 3 432+ . A-b f"xg4 Q QV at V A xi g W .., 1321 131.3 2 3 4,325 , . ' -. L4 U' CAFETYRIA STAFF Run I: Margaret Hooker. Hclcn Xicfall, Barry Taylor, Ann Brown. Barbara Harper. Barbara Hor. Ron I: Sonia Yorkoff, Susan Furmingcr. Patience Ycizch. Jeannine Coward. Nlary Baylor, Gloria Milburn, Gwen- dolyn Robinson. Jacqueline Cooper. Rfm' 2: Xlfilliam Nlagerkortli, Bruce NllNlali1ll. Bill Swain. SIACI XX lu 0 rr 1 r a a een Smiri Hrlrn Hal eu lxar liurimirz nu Mr. Pf3lCY.Tl1OfhAS at ,--5 Will never forget thot: Mondays in the bank where Gwen Grube, or on: of the other girls, sold uw our school bus tiukett. LIBRARY STAFF, Row I: Sendra Green, Geraldine Dcitrich, Veryl Tyner, Gloria Butler, Alycc Ashley. Row 2: Patricia House, Gertie Clingman, Patricia Taylor, Barbara llitt, jacqulyn Map, Gwendolyn Robinson. Rau' V: Helen Hackett, Velma Saunders. BANK STAFF, Rau' ls Eleanor Platt, Vivian Thompson, secretaryg Carol Maddox, Nancy Bal- lard, Ann Brown, Betty Pelosi. Row 2: Susan Smith, cashier: Gwen Grube, presidentg Grace Schlcgcl, Patricia House. Yvonne Kubecki. vice- presidenlg Doris Boltar, Kalcen Peck. Row 1: Qhirley Linkins, Gay Landis, Mr. Turpin, Sonia Coleman, head tellerg Margaret Wkstergarcl. SECRETARIAL STAFF, Row I: Margaret Hooker, Jo Ann Serowick, Helen McCall, .ludy Nelson, Doris Kendall, Vilma Seigcl. joy Lee Smith. Nancy Davis. Row 2: Anna Marie Cunno, Phyllis Fortunato, jo Ann Burgess, Mary Lamkin, Vicky Karr, Betty Smith, jean Thomas, W'ilda Brann, Shirley 51cAtec. Rau' 3: Charlieann Fcntress, joan Delano, Gloria Milburn, Doris Darne, Carol Crisp, jean Ellis, Billie jean Younger, Rosalie Smith, Lorraine Collinge, Susan Furmingcr. Row 4. Mrs. Marie Murphy, Jeanette Coward, Belinda Douglas, Joyce Crow, Mary Sandberg, l v 1 s 1 l s 4.5 -3,1 l al Hrs. Cook and Clarence Moore are always seen working busily at the problems which accumulate daily in the business office. ,loanne Silrester spends her second periods at the switchboard in the business ofhte 79 lf s . ,,--s- A -- - : 1 - " . i , nun , , , , , . - M... ' . L ,. 0 I 'flki A mix . ycxllxj YQ' rx h A uf' x"- f - ' '. - ' .l R . ' ,I 1 -t .L ll , ' I m ' 1 1 A 1 '. 1" 1 ' " """"l :iQ 1 Q I Q x s,. -iii iii? if F I 2 7 Q 1 Af! 5 , fr ' 3 vis . ---2 -M ' If . f III M C' Ol ,-fr . H x hw I" v 'T if 'f ,ff 1 I - ll ' fl '37 I I I S r. I 4, 'N f I 1 O I I sf' vw .,, 1 I' , Y H f I ,., Q A f i ' I '--P Q If - N-Linz-.Ia ,f . -M---, if 1 N. 'f f I 17 , Bw H - ff I 1 JF. ? 5 z 1 :J 4 1. ,rf ,- -. 1 Q.--.... A-,,..,, . 7 1 I , 1 v '. 'Ha . :C 2 . E 'F r Q 'n"" ' . hte X 6 s ' Q. f 'KA V A 1 I t f I I, nal ' M If A' 'af -. ,M if , -"j."l. ' ' 'ff-"'17' ' 1" . ,xg " zi:i.n1'b,,g,.' .1 ' ' -. ,?'.:"j-521--B: f fQg,,,4f':ff'H 2,97 '--- y'7'?f-, -1-HEY" ff: g '-.Wil -5 ,' -in '41 'pg 'Q' -.r1,1., av 1 '7 . 1E.x?f,sl 'qi - Wu "A,-j f 1 ,1 ,. V. 243, ' .453 1 1 "J, , ' ' Y. fv 5 344' 'T uA',g 41 'MII . A vi jg' g ,it , X, t 534' 'P f .-f 1" M516 'sf -QS' w i' 'PWM s fs' we M , .J-137 tu , 'ff J -Q" H ' -.1f.,JpY" ,,- A wa. '. If 1 I0 .-.SG .. .wh " " 'te I 'ur Quia"-4 il ' V -Sri ' F , I -i.fwe ' it -x 1.1!-ul .f 37.54 'fi . BATTALION COMMAND!-fR5: Major Iddie Sarkin, Major Charley Sloan, Major Cvernnr Basse, Major loc I.ong. Major Sam Bal-ter, Major Dave Penlev The Anacostia Cadet Corps. Consisting of the 7th and 27th regiments, is divided into ten companies and a band. In the 1956 spring competition the corps continued to bring honors to our school. These tivo regiments, commanded by Lieutenant Colonels Paul Yost and Ifred Fischer, captured 2nd and 3rd places. Under the command of Captain joel Tolson, our band took first place for the 10th consecutive year. D Company, commanded by Captain ,john Methvin, came off with 3rd place in the com- pany competition. The Honor Sic Unit Rating, which is given by the Army to outstanding cadet units, was placed upon our corps for the second time. Some members of the corps were given the privilege of marching in the Inaugural Parade. FIRST SERGEANTS: Eli Busada, Ag Frank Vfolf, BQ Lucius Dixon, Dg XY'arren Ziegler, Eg joseph Collins. It William Valson, bg Charles Gagnon, Hg Ycrnon Disharoon, Ig David McCoy, L: .Iohn Heiss, Mg jerry jenkins, Band. ,.- Q -an--s.,.....-...Q We had to he perfect during those inspec- tions for thev watched our everv move. .illl llll Ill Ill 064 nf f fx 'Q wg " fs , mv M zfwm- - 2' S ,4 7' '58 2 ,,, s o 5 wp , -'s . 1 L 'S 09 ,A-as uw, s H , b . -35' -. I-,... f 'W-9117, i S ef q.:4"'f7"'ii'5 ,1 ., ,zz ff 4 Q' i 11 - ' , 5 ff A rx Xu' 1 Q4 ' g 43 P ? ? 4 I , Q W, K , 5. 'f'3'f'lf ' P Z f 44 ,gif '---:swans-H., -ahah-. -lli"3.av:4mN sf , I 'ARJSIL 4-.4 pl COLOR GUARD: Pvt. ls! C. jack Stcwarx, Sgt. Alan Blumenthal, Cpl. Robert Lewis. Pvt, lst C. Frank Muscolino. , 1. 1. 4 f, , I X 2 - Li! r" 0 Y 4 ri P A .- A , .-... as ..' .4 N new nf "I" Company' durmg the Eur Inter-Company Drxllg Capt. Max Dnheroon. commander. 83 'n.4m- -4. ,av- frvuv. ll . il Il VI 1 X 0. J. 4-..,,.., . , 1 1 'll 'ill "7" nl.l 1 :lf gsvf , nl llll f' .-, ::.s":: nz.: " HAND OFFICERS: Dr. Maj. Ronald King. 2nd Ln. john Armenrrout, Capt, Richard Walker, Is: Lt. Shelton Adell, lsr Sgr. lcrry jenkins. Ill 'f nu K -- - g .- ' . -...pf rv H... ',, l pg. "n ".. ,I 4 uw' 3' - -mfffff --- A -4.-.-' . 'Y Y.- 1,'1 -524 1,-'A ' ,. 3, 5 4- H I on 1 HI In W' ff MII ml IB . Q . u , II :F f ll 1 ,,, g, -- . hi'f f:1:"' - 5 I 5 -' ' .f l I' V-. V . df is 'I 1' Sal, 'mvu I 5 in Q rl Q' .1 ,wiv-' 4' ,g- . , 4 13.4, '59- Thc A. H. S. Cade: Band marches during the half lime an one of our hum.: fomhall gamcs. Sgr. jerry jenkms plays ups durmg thc wreath laying an Arlington Cemetery. November Il, 1956. 'PI ' - .l " L .fl -'-A . 5--' - 323' ' . ,Q L xv , ff 1' , 5 ,f '- 'Hx , x L .4 x"l,. l X . 1-.7 it fs J, lt's strictly a m.1n's world in Capt. Miller's office. David Penley and Robert Miller rexlize the inspection is coming up lfi fi - it A "5- , N Smuethingk just got to give! The cadets saved the day' during some of those games by providing nice, cool cakes-that is fur J reasonable sum. if -vgx., -i'l3"iTv. QQ,.P:' XX xy-i , R ff -. , ix ., -:sr I X 1 ' QI53 ,f rf! X X 4,1 ini , ' X 'Sf' Q 4.51, ,T-,f - A "Aff, ...T ,Q V ,gif 'li' ,115 For three years we dutifully entered the building from the rear and side doors, but at last we earn thc privilege of marching out the front. In cap and gown, we leave Anacostia, carrying with us miscellaneous memories as varied and as numerous as there are graduates in the class of 1956-57. Classmates "The aufumns fame, the winters passerfg Af las! we reached fhe senior Class. The home work and the projects floneg The honors and awards we've wong Wfe'11 have these mofnenfs io renzenzherf' 87 lil' .ilu sm! Wmccrs of the rznuarx graduzmng class had charge of graduauon acnwmcs From Iefr ra nght are seated Carole Randolph, secretary Edwm Stennett treasurer Paul Nloxles presldcnt Judy Newbery, vice presxdent x' Fw-3 au...- 1.., Othuzrs of ilu Iunc class make thelr graduaung plans Prom lcfc tn night are seared joseph Cameron, treasurer, Xnne Dunkm wrrrrxan Hzrrx Bacas, presxdent, Txancy Hue xxcc prcsndcnr, Dean Remsen treasurer 88 . ' u .or v rs +' ' ,.,. x 'V ' .5 My ' ,y A,,,-4,, . fy ---r 'Q A ,- . 'o - W X QT I "" - ' ' kfwh,-'nav M- YA vin l X 'i - up 'HA N 'M..l I T? " F Al .1 , . -f fl P , R' ' X111 K J V A' . A V I . Z . -' g Y ,gf 'Q . .. 0- hu gi, , l T an f r 2' '- , , ' rl, X'-. ' ,V 4 4 X r X- , 'il 14 4 fy . 'Sl , Nlembcrx nl' Lire january graduating rlnw run-rr rn zl..l:' .l..l.ll,.,.,.1' "l71.l I cxcr zcll yrmu abou: rlxc dmc?" . . Judy Newbery anrl lxenm -l-Ulgllf Si! llm one out :xl lllc prom. .Xllnn Juli Numa r.f.lf. in Nlr l'1Nl1llln'- ll'-K "Nw, yuu c,1n'r luvc .1 liyll uf my lullipopf' Mary Ellen Beard, Rounic A lilils clwc' lurmum imm rlw y'.1,l,j.,,u1,1e fb Ponle and lhrlurn Unix "umcrL.1in" on the Senior Class Dax' program ' l I - . ' f ' lun 'Mme ll- -X Ll-UN il-U Wlxlf- llw In.-Nr u-rum: ut murlcrn llxnn Us Seniors We'Il Remember "N-v Margaret Turner Rlchilfd lsler Qllepresentatxx e Anacostxan Qflepresenlarxx e Anacosuany K'1y McCorquodale Maurnce Arsenault Uiost likely to succeedl Wins: lnkely to succcedj ft- Vhry Fllen Beard 4Talcnted Musxcxanl 90 'N " Q' 1' -F011 Swennes Carole Randolph lPle2s1ru: PCf50l"lllllYJ lPleasnng personalutyl -41,25-,, N' is Jackne Barlow Martha Mitchell CPICISIHJQ personalntsj ffxcellenz SLh0llfShIP, Paul Moxley flxuellcnt scholarslupj it 3 Ruth Ann Boyette f5ense of humorl 9 I o i -E o fe W l 'w xv- g l go. h I' . 19 9. ge at ,J SHELTON LEE ADELL ROBERT WALTER BARTLETT Skcex 0 Tennis 7 Letter Cafeteria StaE 3 4 Rifle Team 3 S Enpoyr bowling GARY WILLIAM ARMINGER MARY ELEN BEARD Poodles Y Teens 3 4 Footlights Club 3 G A A 5 Home Arts Club 7 Student Council 7 Photography Club S7 Vice President 7 I National Honor Society 8 Y 51 '56 Y .W MAURICE ARTHUR ARSENAULT JOHN CORNELIUS BENSON Iobnny Bowling Club S 6 Chess Club 6 8 Cadets Football B Color Guard 4 7 Student Council Alter nate 8 Physics Laboratory Assistant 8 Enpoys electronics BARRY THEODORE AUGUST Perfect Attendance 3 4 Science Club 5 Cadets 3 7 Cadet Oflicer 8 Rifle Club RENATE DORIS BILFINGER Renee Make Up Club 8 Teachers Secretary 8 34 Likes to repair radios and television Especially interested in Foreign Relations sets and ballet ,IACQUELINE LEE BARLOW Iecltie Pow Wow Alternate 5' Photography Club - ' Glee Club 6' G.A.A. 6- Cafeteria Staff 7' Oliicer of Section 4-5' National Honor Society 8. Interested in church activities the piano and bowling. JUANITA ELAINE BISER Pow Wow Representative 3-4- Red Cross Representative S-6. Future plans include marriage. Wk if .fl RUTH ANN BOYETTE Totem Pol.: Representatnve 7 B Pow Wow Alternate 8 GAA 45 Major Chorus 3 6 Muslc Assemblxes 3 6 Special m terests always mclude havmg fun ROBERT KENT CORNW ELL Spccnal xnterest ns motorcycles Z JERALD ALLEN BROCK MEREDITH W CROWN erry Meri f' Pow Wow Alternate Red Cross Alternate Cadets 3 8 Rnfle Club 3 S TOTEM POLE Representatnve Specual m terest ns drag racmg iw f 1? MARY ANNE BROWN BARBARA JOAN DAVIS TOTEM Pouz Representauve Bafdo lin? Musnc Assemblxes 3 Red Cross 8 Enjoys havmg parties '25 if CHARLES LEONARD BUTLER NANCY LOUISE DAVIS Buddy TOTEM POLE Representauve 45 Adver To'rEM POLE Alternate Specxal mterest "slug Sfeff 6 8 Busmess Omce SMH 4 ns drag racing ALICE M ARIE COOKE Cookie Loves sports musxc and baton twrrlxng DAVID ALEXANDER DEVINF Perfect Attendance J 7 2nd Honors 5 Key Club 5 8 Rxfle Club 34 Nauonal Honor Society 7 8 Cadets Honor Guard 3 5 Especially Interested ln auatxon 93 X1 Jew J' DEMETRIOS DIAMANTIDIS Interested xn basketball JOHN EDWARD DODSON Eddie Baseball Letter 7 A Club 8 Baseball S 7 Cadets 3 8 Cadet Officer 8 Speclal mterest IS learnmg to ptterbug HELEN CARROLL EMBREY Student Councxl Representatnve 5 8 Alter nate 3 4 TOTEM POLE Representatxve 8 President of Sectnon 5 8 Teachers Secre tary S 6 County Faxr 4 Red Cross Alter nate 6 8 Honor Socxety Receptionist S Enjoys bowling and dancmg CHESTER WADE GANYON Wade Perfect Attendance 3 7 To-nam Poms Rep resentat1ve3 5 Football 8 J V 6 Base b ll S ,I V Cadets 3 8 Cadet O cer Enjoys parties JOHN GRIGSBY SHIRLEY ANN HEADLEY Sbxrl Chorus 7 LARRY WILLIAM FIXELL ALLEN LEE HISER Football 6 8 Track 5 Spccxal lnterest 15 repamng cars PEYTON HENRY FORD DORIS JEAN HOBSON Hobby Horse C orus 7 Speclal mterest is obs Daughters I ah,.ff -f"5f5i " Y-'lieexl Club 35. Bowling Club 33 Vicd I l 5 h 3 ' . . . .. h -'VQI 'WK I rv V 'fl " :Elf : V. fl il- A' 94 44-RN RICHARD EDWIN ISLER HERBERT RONNALD KITT Duck Sectron Treasurer 4 Secretary S Cadet Perfect Attendance 3 7 Cadets 3 8 Rxile Bend 3 5 Concert Bend 7 8 span' 'n Club, 4 Key Club 5 8 National Honor terest rs South Amencan Dancing Socnety 7 8 Cadet Oflicer 6 8 SAM KALMAN KAPLAN Natzonal Honor Socxety 8 BARBARA ANN KEGLEY Perfect Attendance 6 7 ToTraM Poua Al ternate 8 Havmg fun rs her specnalxty ROBE RTA CLAIRE KELLEY QC Bobbi r Pow Wow Reprcsentatnve 8 Teachers ec Q retary 6 JEAN KEY JAMES MICHAEL LABRIOLA Perfect Attendance 2 4 lst Honors 3 4 6 2nd Honors 3' 7 Cadet Editor of Pow Wow 6 8 Vrce Presndent of Qunll and Scroll 7 8 Key Club 58 Scnence Club 56 Natlonal Honor Society 6 8 Cadets 3 8 Cadet Otiicer S8 Student Councnl Representatlve 3 6 Rnfle Club 3 4 Natnonal Men: Scholarslup Program JOHN RICHARD LEHOSKY Baseball 7 Letter 7 8 Rifle Club 3 4 HARRIET DEE LITOFF Perfect Attendance 3 Red Cross Repre sentatnve 3 8 Student Councxl Alternate 4 8 TOTEM POLE Alternate 3 8 Pow Wow Representatxve 4 8 Alternate 3 Y Teen Club 3 4 Country Farr Repre sentatnve Secretary of Section 5 Enjoys movnes and drsver education SARA LEA LIVESAY Cherry Lea Y Teen Club 3 f GAA 3 S Business Office Staff I Bowlxng Club 3 5 Make Up Club S Special Interest ns decoratmg 'U iQ 43" EW -.0 'L Q-4 "Q, MARJORIE LOCKWOOD MARY CATHERINE MCCORQUODALE Kay 2nd Honors 7 Pow Wow Representatrve 46 Photography Club 6 Home Arts Club 8 Glee Club 6 GAA 6 Cafeterna Staff 7 Treasurer of Sectlon 4 S Music Assemblies Natnonal Honor Society 8 Enjoys church actrvntnes water skung and ell' CARL ROBERT LOGAN DOUGLAS CORRIGAN MILLER Cadets 3 8 Captain 8 MICHAEL LUCK Mrckey JOANNE MARIE MAKUTA lo jo Perfect Attendance 5 6 Assistant Senior Ednor of the To1'EM Pouz 8 Pow Wow Typxst 8 Y Teen Club 8 Foothghts Club 8 Mayor Chorus 6 Music Assemblxes 6 Future plans mclude Nursing School En Joys roller skating square dancrng musnc and art. MARTHA JANE MITCHELL Martxe lst Honors 3 7 Pow Wow Representatrve 36 Alternate 7 Pow Wow Edrtorm chlef 8 Qulll and Scroll 7 8 President 8 Leaders Club 5 8 National Honor Society 6 8 Sclence Club 5 6 Photography Club 3 6 Natxonal Mergt Scholarshnp Contest 8 New York Times Youth Forum 7 Enjoys church youth group work muslc and reading SHIRLEY JEAN MITCHELL Buble Club 3 8 Future plans melude trammg for physxcal therapy work RALPH WILLIAM MARINE CLARENCE LEE MOORE Chemistry Club 5-6- Cadets 3-4. let, PN.. .Z I ,mx ' .fs LJ 'K 'V' 1 I 96 ing with PAUL XX AX WE NIOXLEY Perfect Attendance 3 4 6 7 lst Honors 6 2nd Honors 4 7 Key Club 6 nonal Honor Socxety 6 8 Cadets 3 8 Cadet Olicer 6 8 Rnflt Club 3 Presxdent of Semor Class 8 JEAN FRANCES REAVES nu Red Cross 8 Chorus 7 Speual mterests :rc dancnng and pizza ILDITH EBERLY NEW BERX PATRICIA JANE RIGDON n K 4' 5 mor, 3 nd Honor, Forest Pots Representatnc 45 Red National Latm Ftamxnatnon 4 6 Natxonal Honor Socnety 6 8 Photography Club J 8 Treasurer 6 S Blble Club 3 8 Treasurer 7 8 Student Councrl 4 8 Leaders Club S8 National Latm Honor Society 58 Treasurer of Honor Socncty 8 Vnce Presx dent ofSen1or Class XIARY LOLISE NFWLUND Natnonnl Honor Souety 6 8 Secretarx 8 leaders Club 6 8 Red Cross Representa t e 6 Yue Presx ent 8 Charrman ol Prom Social Commxttee Future plans m elude auatxon JOHN PATRICR OSOLINI Presndent of Sectnon 3 4 Football S Cu 5 6 8 Trat.lt3 Football Letter5 CAROLE MARGARET RANDOLPH Suu Student Countxl Rcprcsentatne 8 Nlusrt Xsxemblnes 6 7 Secretary of Semor Class 8 Sptcxal mterests .arc modtlxng dancmg and -lllrllllln Cross Representatne 6 7 Enpoys dzncnng ALICE, FRANCES RISR Run! nd Honors 4 Cntywlde Poster Contest 7 Assrstant jumor Edntor of the Tornwt Pom: 8 Y Teen Club 3 S Footllghts Club Photography Club 4 Leaders Club S 8 Specxal mtcrest nn sltetchmng RICHARD ALLEN RUDI: Dirk Rrfle Club 3 NORMANI EDWARD SCHNX ENR Cadets 3 8 Captam 8 97 f 629 ini 'Q er' 5 3 K'- HAROLD SMITH JOAN DIANE SUIT Smxtig Dzmutf Iuturc plans mcludc entering busmcss A 4 MHIOI' Cl10rUS 6 Ban Staff S 6 11' JAMES DAVID SMITH JON REXFORD SWENNES Sweeney Cadets 3 7 Rtfle Club 3 5 hENNIETH ELLSWORTH SNEE PATRICIA LYNN TAYLOR FDXXIN AINTHONX STENINFTT lst Honors 7 2nd Honors 6 Chemistry u S Key Clu 7 Secretar Nattonal Honor Soctcty 78 Treasurer of Sentor Class 8 DONALD EDXVARD STEVENS Cadets 3-4. B Lxbrary Worker 8 Fashxon Show 8 Home Arts Club Correspondtng Secretary 8 Spctml mtcrcst ns sports cspccmlly bomm TOMMY INIANLEY THOMPSON Perfect Attendance S 6 MARY JO THROWER odg 2nd Honors 6-7' Business Office Staff 85 Teachers Secretary 5-65 Red Cross Repre- sentative 6-7. 98 15' fa I P .f- 5 ARTHUR ALLEN TRAMMELLE Al "A" Club 3-8g Football Kg Basketballl Manager 4-73 Track Manager 3, S. DOLORES TULLOS Sissie Student Council Representative 3-4g Coun- try Fair Booth 45 Secretary of Section 3-4. MARGARET ATWOOD TURNER lst Honors 7, 2nd Honors 35 TOTEM POLE Representative 6-7g Bible Club 3-85 Leaders Club 6-B5 National Honor Society 7-8g Photography Club 3-8, Secretary 73 Bank Staff 4-I. ll ll nu an VERYL EUDORA TYNER Library Worker 35 Red Cross Representa- tive 3g Student Council Representative 3. Special interests are sports, books, and movies. i ,-1 ,1 -,.. DAVID LYNN WYATT Wyatt Earp To'rEM Poms Photoyrapher 3-7g Key Club 5-83 Photography Club 3-73 Cadets 3-73 Cadet Oliicer S-7. JEAN PATRICIA YEARBY Little Bit: QSpingarnJ Perfect Attendance 3-63 Red Cross 4g Secretary of Section 4g QAna- costiaj Footlights Club 8. Enjoys dancing, and making new friends. , .75-',P,v,,,v, '.-, VW .,-. '-- V. mmm' mum! U, - .,-- '- Ill .?'f 4l-vS3'1 Those out-of-door assemblies, so pleasant in the spring sunshine and so chilling in the fall, were the only occasions upon which the entire school could get together. f 'i'-""' ISPER Y Theres nothmg hke a cold December mght for 1 hayncle Rose Mary Bewms catches up on her outslde readmg for English g up-Q.. Hclen 'vIcCall asks Carol Llnn xt' thus 15 the collebe where the ra I0 of boys to girls 15 ten to one A 4 'Xrleen Vierzel and Aubrey Smxrh take txme our for Hex Nnncs Xkake Lp xou re mnssmg all the un refreshm ms at a Iootball game IOO fr' Z, V5 Inok Lddxess At School Today' A nhwsxcs class presents a problem for QI RJ Roy Goldsmxth Eddne Stallings Rxcharcl Duncan and Brian Courtcr 1' J I 'Nou ltr mc sec lmu much do Sou owe? if XX hos udy Flxrtmg Vxth' A United Natxons lecture holds the attentnon of a group of Anacostra students durnng a trxp to New York Arcnt Tlmcw Loselxl Thrce Anacostna hc men prxmp before the only mnrror nn the bow s gsm 4, 'H 1 v 1 rl! if .1 Q M lou ulum., thc Iowa X Cx - Hut Bran SIFJIH7 Ihest semors du betause ll'lCN are fum' H f ijfa- Y N . ? v f N , 54 N 1 . ' s W fi . .fe 4 fN" lf. T , 5. ' f ' ' ' ., li ,E f 3,7 . . , ' L Qc . 4 ' ,- '- .. VY l. J V I I W 'T. I A' .4 . v 1 lvl t , . 'K jf' J I . , 44' J A . 15- , V ll, .-..-.- '-- ' 5 A ' l . , . , i l i T X. 1 , ... N Q 2 -K - . ' i ' ' ' I so T ' N A X ' ' K 5 ,V '- t . , U - , t. K . 'bf I v -- Q . ' I 4 A, r if . X C ,V I ' Y r , A, f K Nancy Him Harry Bacas fPleas1ng personalxtyj Vw-H11 Barbara Hor fllepresentativ 5 t"7 .tix , 14, .., . L, i L ,C 4 1 L, A ,ww-1 , zilvj' is 6 gf ,MW ,' ,, iff' WAX ap .V iypix r sr r r sg., kukj lgfyil fx 579 Dean Remsen Ann Bowman Judy Porter fG00d l00k5l QBCIUIN fMusical talent! w"' Max Disharoon QAtl1lctcl 4? 'liar' Jerry Jenkins fMusical talcntl I K .20 l J ff I . F" L ii' ' ' .1 I 1 , , Gay Landis CSente of humor? RS v ,, W -wig- gf, qu. .v . , 1- 4 XD-g f ,. QA S I. 1 5 . 'i i 'NO vnr, wr, .rf Helen McCall flies: girl arhlezej Marvin Krantz fScnsc of humorj r ai 1' 5 5 I.:-yx eq F M 'iid' T' 'Ur G- KAY MATHIEDLE ADAMS MIRIANI JEAN ANDERSON Fnrst Place Anacostna Sclence Farr 4 Mfdtf Faculty Edntor of Torsn Poms 7 8 Ed: TOWN poui Representative 5 6 G AA tonal Staff of Pow Wow 7 8 Buble Club 4 8 Leaders Club 7 8 Debate Club 6 8 Footllghts Club 7 8 Pen Pal 3 8 Scxence Club 4 5 Home Arts Club 7 8 George Washnngton Conference 6 8 United Na tlons Exam 4 8 X VJN JJWJX W RIL E' ADEQZIDE AIYLLN Torzm E Representauve 3 4 Student r e tahve 3 6 Country Farr So tm for Student b 'Councnl S' ecreta to Mr lGr1fEth and Mrs Horn 5 6 es bowlmg and horse back ndmg JAMES DAVID ALLWINE Bear Football Letter 5 7 Track Letter 8 Foot 3 7 Tra 8 Varsnt Clu S8 ANTHONY JOHN F ALOl Tony Student Council 3 8 Representatxve to Aslan Inter Cultural Dlscussxon S 8 Head of Constmmon Commnttee 7 TOTEM POLE Representatnve S 6 Cadets 3 6 Rxfle Club 6 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Talent Show Com mnttee 6 Footlnghts Club 3 8 Presxdent S 6 Student Dxrector of Gypsy Baron 6 Student Spotlight 6 GEORGE V'ILLIAVl AMERICA Perfect Attendance 4 6 Chemxstry Club 3 4 Enyoys swxmmmg and skatmg JOHN FRANKLIN ARMENTROUT JR RAYMOND ARNOLD 1 ets 3 8 J V Baseball 3 o Country Farr 5 I '-VN.. -1,1 NANCY LEE ATKIINS Nance Y Teens 3 G A A 3 5 Sectnon Presndent 3 6 Bowlmg Club 3 4 Malte up Club 8 Alternate for Student Council S 6 JOHN PHILLIP AYRES Reds 7 3 KEY Club 5 5 Cadets 3 8 Oiilcer 7 8 Football 7 Base I0 4 ball 4 Photography Club 34 Likes all vi .--4' FD' 1' u rn., 8 4-32:4 a 'Hmm 'fn' Nil? "ka 'b- as sports 1 if ww ANGELOS BACAS NIARY mY M M7741 fp! 40' "S 'Mum' 'its if A 2. V, . , 1, 's ., vs A , 'W -sr a ,fi 1 s . - an S , f ii , HARRY JOHN BACAS Perfect Attendance S6 Track Letter 6 8 Track Co Captam 7 8 Football Letter S 7 Sports Editor of Pow Wow 7 8 A Club 5 8 President 7 Key Club S 8 Foot ball 5 7 Track 3 8 Cadets 3 8 Captain I' Company 7 8 Student Council Repre sentatnve 7 Stage Crew 3 8 Cou ty Fair 3 H5-ll-fu 5 AL L I tux. .D ,ss pq Arr T Ll X Ox JOAN MARIE BAILEY Perfect Attendance 6 7 GAA Glee Club Enjoys dancing fx SARA LYNN BEACH Sally Toniv POLE Representative 36 Chorus 3 4 Home Arts Club 6 8 Student Coun cll 4 6 Cafeteria Staff 6 is J Arg- ,L jigs. Af 1 X105 afrlf BEX ERLY ANN BEACI-IAM Bev Pow Won, Representative Co operatne work 7 8 Chemistry Club SAMUEL DENNIS BAKER MILDRED BECKER SIM Msllxe Cadets 7 8 JV Basketball S 6 JV Base Y Teens 3 5 Vice President 4 Pow Wow b ll 3 4 Student Council 3 4 Special Representative 3 Cafeteria Staff 3 6. interest is basketball. GERNOT HEINREIH BASSE NIARINELL JENKINS BERRY GUY fSuitland High Schoolj Choir 3-4' Fashion Cadets 35 Key Club 5-85 Rifle Club 4-7: Show 4' Helped with Dental Survey and Polio Shots 7. Hopes to be a mechanical engineer. fi 'ff' 'P'-1 lvl 4:9 ROSE MARY ELIZABETH BEVINS Liz To'rEM Pots Representative S-6g Pow Wow Alternate 5-65 Gypsy Baron 6g fl a r h 7 Sjretary udent Coun c lte 7 Section retary 3 Sub s itute r St 4 rs Kxlbourne s vflflllfffdfx N RUTH EVELYN BLADEN Honorable Mention m Jelleff s Art Contest Second Place m Southeast Art Fair Artist for TOTEM POLE 7 8 Cartoomst for Pow WOIU I 8 Quill and Scroll 6 8 Leaders Club S 8 Interested an drawing and home management lf EBL M ANNA MARIE BOEPPLE Rve TOTEM POLE Representative 5-6g Teachers' Secretary S-6g Red Cross Representative 3-4. Would like to be a model. DORIS JEAN BOKAR Dom' Y Teens J Bank Staff S 8 Enjoys roller skating PATRICIA ANN BOUCHARD a TEDDY MARSHALL BOWEN Perfect Attendance S 6 Likes to fish u 7 Broa asting b AA 7f?j TOTE OLE R resenta a e up V f ssembl QCIIOIID 7 nt y F lr dent a e na Staff 4 I, ar o er an m tee 54 ta 5 Nat: nal Ho or Society WILLIAM BARRY BLANDFORD Butch ELIZABETH ANN BOWERS Lxbbxe Totem Poms Stag 7 Cadets 3 4 Photog Tonzn Pouz Representative 3 7 Bible raphy Club 3 4 Footllghts Club 7 8 Red Club J 7 Secretary S 6 Teachers Secre Cross Representative 3 4 Country Fair tary I 6 Choir S 7 Interested m music Photographer 4 Special interest is tropical especially the piano and organ IS I0 6 fd QD Ofcefy 0 ND 5 Qg' ANN SHERRINGTON BOWMAN JUDITH BROWN Musnc Key 4 TOTEM POLE Photographer 7 8 Allmed Youth 3 4 Y Teens 3 4 Blble Club 3 6 Leaders Club 7 8 Home Arts Club 3 4 7 8 Chorus 3 6 Talent Show 5 Assemblnes 3 8 Student Council 3 8 Vlce Presldent Nommee 7 National Honor Society 7 Lnkes all kmds of music ANN BRODERICK Mus IRC Fnrst Honors 3 7 Outstandmg junior Gxr Knwxves medal 6 Natxonal Jumor Re Cross Servxce Award Leaders Club Cnty jr Red Cross Presldent 34 School Presxclent S6 Eastern Area vlsory Councxl 5 8 European Study VISII Netherland s study center 6 Home Arts Club S 8 Debate Club 6 8 National Honor Socnety 6 8 Bowlmg Club 34 Buble Club 3 4 Cafeterna Staff 3 S Volce of Democracy Contest S 7 Wmner 7 Choral Group 3 4 Musxc Key 4 Amerxcan Lcgnon Contest 8 Broadcasting Club 5 8 ANN ELEANORE BROWN EI xc Student Councnl Alternate 6 Bank Staff S 7 Cafetena Staff 6 7 Enjoys hstemng to good musnc and dancmg BARBARA BROWN Bnbx Ynrst Honors 3 6 Nauonal Honor Socxety 6 8 Leaders Club 6 8 Cheerleaders 4 8 Sclence Study Club 34 Bowling Club 3 4 Broadcastxng Club 5 6 Y Teens 3 4 fEastern Hxgh School, Second Honors 3 4 Current Events Club 3 4 Cafetena Staff 3 4 Lnbrary Worker 3 4 CAnacosttaj Pow Wow S 8 Lnterary Edltor 7 8 Ad vertxsmg Manager 6 Pow Wow Alternate S 8 Make up Club 7 8 Red Cross Reprc sentatnve 7 8 SYLVIA FRANCENE BROWN Gregg Shorthand Certnficate 6 7 Red Cross Representatxve 7 GAA 6 Student Councnl Representatnve 6 Cafeteria Staff Substntute 6 Interested m the theatre and musnc JOSEPH MICHAEL BUCOLO Clnr Cadets 3 6 BARBARA ANN BURROUGHS Barb Pow Wow Representauve 7 8 Y Teens Enjoys swnmmmg and roller skatmg Chorus 3 6 GAA 3 4 Country Faxr Commnttees 3 Bowlmg Trophy Award 4 Specnal mterests are saxhng and swrmmxng FRWN LEE BROWN JOSEPH L CAMERON Interested an guns and stock car racmg G""'eppe Specnal Interests mclude jazz and han- radios IO7 I K as Q73 -it Q DORIS JEAN CAMMACK NANCY JOAN CLAY Pou, Wow Representative 7 Y Teens 3 4 Half pm! GAA 3 4 5 TCHUIS TOUYMWCM 6 Punctuality 3 7 Pow Wow Alternate 7 Country Fair 4 Favorite sports are tennis Y Teen, 3 5 Sec,-eu,-y 5 6 Student Conn in Sklllnii cil Representative 7 Chorus 4 8 ADRIAN ROSS CARPENTF R Cadets 3 4 Chemistry Club 7 8 Track Photography Club 7 8 Student Coun cxl 7 8 Stage Crew 3 8 I C A0715 UZXAM4 .1441 Aja 6 STANLEY BURTON CARR Interested in track BOB CHEXV onors 6- Cadets I-6' Track 6. if JAMES CIEUTOT JANICE LORRAINI' COFFEY Midge MALCOLM KENNETH COLL Cbayn Special interest IS Calnforma hod rods CECILIA CHRISTINE COLEMAN i Letter of Award in Art 4' Footlights Club S 7' Y-Teens 3-4- Chorus S-7- G.A.A. 3-5- Country Fair 4' Baccalaureate Service 5' Christmas Play 5. Enjoys golf skating and basketball. SONIA JEAN COLEMAN Second Honors 33 Red Cross 3-ig Talent Show 3g Bank Staff 5-8g Head Teller. Likes to water ski. 108 A x 1? 1 1' Se, Q53 LARL GODFREY COLLINGF BRIAN THOMAS COURTER 0 f C ulf Letter 6 A Club 7 B Stage Crcw BVJI'-'U 15 .ir--'Q 1-"" NORNIA C CONNOR GALE LURLI: CONWAY Busmcss OIIICC Staff S 6 A Club 3 8 Secretary 7 Basketball Cadet Band 3 4 Track 4 6 0 Captaun 7 8 Track L tters 4 6 8 :J xxx JEANETT TE E COX! A lun if Fnrst Hpcfors nor 3 S clxtfe cqlleg Award 6 rcs Key Atten State 6 Tru PoL tiff 3 B! Lead 46 Footlng b 3 4 Arts Club Pr :dent Y 6 Cafcterna Staff 5 8 rs Secreta S 8 National Honor S 8 roa b 7 8 Pygmalt 4 Chrnstm ant J Talent Shows 4 6 AFYS cfxurc 'Q CAROL WILLIS CRISP Pow Wow Typist 7 Buble Club 3 G A A 3 Busxness Ofiice Staff 5 7 Secretary Scctnon 5 6 Home Arts Club 6 7 ROBLRT CORENS XVYATT ORCHARD CROSSIN Bowling 3 4 Rifle Club 3 6 WJMI EMP u 6 Club 7 8 Science Club Sc gud R Team 3 Cadets 3 6 ANNIE KATHERINE CORNETT Kay Cadets 3 8 R1llL.Cl-BVQ 4 'W X Ya 1 45. 'uv iffy' GEORGE MITCHELL DAVID Cadets 3-7 First Lieutenant, I09 5 1? 11 5 ef' Sub . 1' ROY LEE DAVIS HAROLD BURTON DISTIN Cadets GERALDINE CARMEN DEITRICH Cookxe Y Teens 7 8 G A A 7 8 Make up Club 7 8 Fashion Show S Library Worker 6 8 Special interest is roller skati g wtf' avid JUN fi My we 2n Q J Edkor To1'1aM Pots ow Representative 5 6 Re porter 8 Footlights Club 4 8 Debate Club 5 8 Leaders Club 7 8 Broadcasting Club 6 8 Voice of Democracy 5 7 Sth Sem 3rd place 7th Sem 2nd place Easter Assembly 6 Special interests are theater and dancing NANCY KATHRYN DIAZ GEORGE FRANKLIN DICK MAXWELL GARDNER DISHAROON Glassman Cadets 3 8 A Club Football team Baseball team 4 8 Letters 3 WILLIAM NORTON DO CARMO Nort Cadets 3 8, Football teams 7 Basketball team manager A Club 6 8 Special inter est is sports BRIAN CHARLES DOHNE Special inteerst is sailing www JAMES WILLIAM DONALDSON Bi Perfect Attendance and Punctuality 3- ' 2nd Honors 3 4' Rifle team letter' Cadets 5-8. Captain' Photography Club' Rifle Club. Special interest is water skiing. H0 fu- 'CT' 05,5 PATRICIA ANN DONALDSON AL vjf ww. Pi! lst J- - an al nor oc iw MM B J E DOiLAS Lindy Perfect A endance 3 4 Buble Club 3 7 Vnce :dent Red Cross J 8 Secretary 7 8 GA A 3 8 Award 6 Teachers Sec retary Home Arts Club 68 Specnal mterests are sports and reading RONALD EDWIN DROZE I N I 6- ional n Ho iety ow e or i sic Ke g P te , h 5-63 Le s Club 83 Foo ts C 5 Voic Dem y C test 5, 7' y sy Baro ' 63 t S . S is danci GARY ECHARD GUY HENRY EDWARDS Cadets J 8 Key Club 5 8 Hopes to go 2 Letters m Football I m Track Photo College K raphy Club Football 3 S 7 ,IV Basket ball 4 Track 6 Specnal mterests are sports and rhythm and blues CLAUDE A DUCOTE Cadets 3 8 Captam Intramural Athletic Representative S 6 JV Baseball 4 RICHARD HARRISON DUNCAN Dunk Tennis letter 6 8 2nd Honors 3 4 Cadets 3 6 Chemistry Club 5 7 Broadcasting Club 7 8 Sports announcer Tenms 6 8 Student Councnl Representauve Natxonal Honor Socnety 7 Specnal mterests are sports and dancmg Ill LOWELL VERNON EDWARDS Letters 6 8 Cadets 38 Captam Rnfle team 38 Captam N R A Rnfleman Award Pro Marksman Marksman Sharp shooter Expert Rxfleman Dxstmgulshe Rifleman Speclal Interests are hunting fishmg and cars PATRICK TERRY EDVALSON Key Club 6 Cadets 3 4 Key Club 6 8 Presxclent Track 4 6 Student Councxl J 4 7 8 Treasurer Stage Crew J 6 41" '0'w eff' Y-:mf ,159 in...- ,gyisi fag, mkdf X H a.,,g,f,fv S5 fir!- 'G ,pvx Y' he ff fr Q:11Z2g35:3-5 r-" -. ag: CLAUDE WAYNE ELLIOTT WILLIAM FRANKLIN FONFS Ist Honors 6 2nd Honors 5 ToTEM Pouz Artgst for Tonzm Poms 7 8 Cadets 3 8 Representauve 3 4 7 8 Inlerestcd nn cartoonmg WALTER PERKINS ELLIS BETTE SUE FORD Pffk Per ect Attendance3 4 lst ever 3 lst and 2nd Honors Cadets 3 8 Lieutenant TOTEM PYLE Repfesema 'Ve I-fade! Colonel 7 8 Key Club7 8 Vxce Presxdent Club 6 7 Red Cross resent ' 6 Chemrstry Club 7 8 Treasurer Nauonal 6 ? Honor Socnety 7 8 I CLIARLIEANN FENTRESS Pow Wow Typist S 6 Advertising Staff nf Pow Wow S 6 Pow Wow Representa tn e 4 8 Associate Edrtor of Pow Wow 7 8 Buble Club 3 4 Make up Club 7 8 Teachers Secretary 58 Speclal interest ns bowlmg G RACE JOSEPHINE FLERI Photography Club S 6 Footlxghts Club 3 6 Pygmalzon 4 Two Crooks and a Lady 6 Operetta 6 County Farr 3 Memorial Day Assembly 4 Interested nn the super natural and an plays JAMES FITZSIMMONS Orgamst 4 6 Na 1 H cle y Aff 70 7 f7 I p Y ml' 6 ! ROBERT DOU LAS FORESTER Bo C cts J 4 Chemnstry 5 6 Football team 7 Baseball-1 6 ylfk. l?"'f f 1 4.1 'ffl 'Ml en M' ff-7, ffff ff' XX ILLIAM EDWARD FOSBROOK Bo Cadets 3 6 Track team 4 Stage Crew 4 DORIS ELEANOR GALLENSTEIN Der' lst Honors I' 2nd Honors 3 4 6' Make-up Club 3-6 Secretary 5 6- Red Cross Rep- resentative 3 4- Pow Wow Typist 5' National Honor Society 7. Hopes to be a secretary. Q5 fi el 53.2 " ' mf' X 112 i' 11" 'Nun- ,Nr K- Mb' JOYCE GARNE BILL CECIL GOSNELL . popular music. M, y , Cadgrs. Special interests are cars and M' ,A uf fb ANTHONY Rocco GARUFI LESLIE H GRAHAM Tony Mlckey Pow Wow Representatnve 3 Cadets 3 6 Cider Band 3 4 Platoon Sergeant Hopes to pom the Arr ,V F 0'Cf aladalngo QU C0 Q-WZ--"-f'fi7 ROBERT LEE GREY Cadets 3 8 Oticer 7 8 JV Football 5 Cadets 3 8 Captam 7 8 Specxal mterests Student Council 5 6 are cars and records JOHN ANTHONY GATEAU Ga!! MlCHAEl.. JOSEPH GIANNINI Ginny PF!! Cadetsi 8 Ban 51 ff 5 3 mterest xs mus MM' RUTH GWEN GRUBE 7 8 Specnl CAROL ANN GIBSON BARBARA NN GUTHRIE lst Honors 6 Homeroom Presxdent 7 8 lChCfS S Y YY G U C" Busmess Oiiice Staff 6 County Faxr 4 IHIHCSY I5 d IHS Mayor horus 8 Specnal Interests are ro ef ung u danc Jxll wx, My pl ff T MM 1- 4"""a AQ vi 41" in QW? ROBERT HAAS RUTH ANN HARRELL Baseball 3 8 B457 RWM? Cypste Baron 6 MARY RUTH HALL GFORGF HARTSUFF Molly Spcelal mterest Musxc WAYNE EDWARD HAMMOND BARBARA E HARPER Bobbxe Buble Club 4 Second Honors 5 Pow Wow Representatxve S 6 Pow Wow Reporter 7 8 GAA 5 7 Cafeterxa Staff 4 8 Ger man Club S Home Arts Club 4 8 Q MARTHQAQNE HAWS Marlyl YD IS Specral ereig Flor Detlgns x Y ft? 11.2 ROBERT ELLWOOD HILDEBRAND Football 5 ROBERT HAMILTON HARPER NANCY LEA HITE Cadets 3 8 Football 7 Cafetena Staff 6 Specxal Interest ns sports Nam? Allred Youth 3 4 Home Arts Club 7 8 Leaders Club 7 8 Student Councnl Repre sentattve 5 6 Student Councxl Vnce Presr dent 7 8 Cafeterxa Staff 3 8 Pow Wow Representatuve 7 Pow Wow Adverttsxng Staff 5 6 Pau. Wow Typist 5 6 Pow Wow Feature Editor 7 8 Malte Up Club S 8 Malte Up Club Secretary 7 Perfect Attendance 5 Chnstmas Card Chaxrman 7 Girls State 7 DAR Award 7 Na tional Honor Socncty 7 II4 ,-jf if MJ ' HOL R KENNETH EUGEINE HOUSEHOLDER Poot Honor Gfm' et 8 Leade Bible Club B caatm u e ate C U ationa ocie 8 Cou Fair 3 ecia in est 1 rsm ARLE W' B rd 1 ross prese 7 Pow Wow ep iglitat ve 4 Special mtirest is j I RICHARD GRANT HOWE Perfect Attendance S 6 Paw Wow S 8 Rey Club S 8 Student Council Member at Large 7 8 Section Vice Presi Rifle Clu 3 Countr Fai AWWWW W wf'wf,,9i?f MARGARET ANN HOOKER Pfssy Perfect Attendance 35 TOTEM POLE Photographer 7 8 Leaders Club 7 8 Cafeteria Staff 7 Business Office StaE 3 Student Council 5 8 BARBARA LILLIAN HCR Bobbie National Honor Society 6-8' Perfect A - tendance 3-5' First Honors 3' Second Honors 4 5- TOTEM Pots Editor-in-Chief 7 8- Pow Wow Representative 3' Leaders Club 5-8' Bible Club 3' Home Arts Club S-8' Home Arts Club Parliamentarian 6' Home Arts Club Committee Chairman 7' Footlights Club 3-8' Footlights Club Vice President 6' G.A.A. 4- Cheerleader 4-8' Christmas Play 3' Five for Bad Luck 6- Student Council Member-at-Large 7 ' National Merit Scholarship Contest 7' Cafeteria Staff 4-8. PATRICIA HOUSE 4 Toriau Poua Alternate J 4 7 8- Y-Teen 7 8' Leaders Club 7 8' Malte-Up Club 7 8- Glee Club V Red Cross Alternate 7 8' Library Worker 7, 8- Bank St ff 7 8- "Voice of Democracy Contest 7. fwyvwf' MARY ANN HUTCHINSON Marlenea Apple Malte Up Club 7 8 Country Fair J Red Cross 7 8 Alternate To'rE Pots Repres?ntatih elf XC, XVRX 7 '7f V.,f 'I JOYCE MARIE HYDE Y-Teens 3-6- Y- een T urer ' Bible Class 5 6. MM' SAMUEL BURT ITSCOITZ Chemistry Club 7 8' Debate Club ' Harvard Club Award to outstanding junior- Key Club 5-8- Key Club Treasurer 7- National Honor Society 6-8' First Honors 4-6: Second Honors 3: Student Council 7, 8' Tom McAn Award 7. IIS QQ? 2. 'Q M -qrfif inf yo. 4- JN EDWARD IERRY ,IENKINS Band Letter 4 Cadets Prxvate Award 4 Perfect Attendance S 6 Talent Show 5 Concert Band 4 8 Cadet Band 3 Country Farr 4 Njatherlands Proyect 6 0,rllLlq7-0l""m-' MARILYNN ELAINE JOHNSON Laughing Gul Country Faxr 3 Pow Wow Representative 3 6 Student Council 3 4 Bowlxng Club 3 4 Presndent of Class 3 4 Vxce President of Class 5 6 Country Faxr 3 MELISSA IRENE JOHNSON Mmy '7f0ScQ9:0 Nuffe 'f. . Q 7116.644 A4160 A0614 ywqf MIRIAM KAHN Fxrst Honors 3 6 Second Honors 4 5 National Honor Socxety 6 8 Assistant Clubs and Actxvmes Edltor for TOTEM Pous 7 8 Pow Wow Cxrculatxon Staff Edltorxal Staff 7 8 Leaders Club S8 Debate Club 7 8 Red Cross 7 8 Broad castmg Club 7 8 Footllghts Club 3 4 Scnence Study 4 Make Up Club S Chorus S Secretary of Netherlands Project 6 Served at Football Dmner 5 Collected for Overseas Relnef S MORRIS HARRY KAUFMAN HARRIET VICTORIA KATZ Vicky Pow Wow Alternate 7 8 Student Councxl Make UP Club 7 8 COUNTY Fall' 3 Sw Alger,-,ue 5 5 Special Interest Arg dent Councxl 5 6 Presndent of Homeroom WALTER HOWARD JOHNSON JR Wall adets 3 8 Cadet Squad Sergeant 3 4 Cadet Master Sergeant S 6 Cadet Captam 7 8 Baseball 4 8 NANCY SUZANNF KILMUR RY Blondie To'rEM Pol.: Representatnve 7 8 Make Up Club 7 Mayor Chorus 7 8 Secretary and Treasurer of Class 7 8 Country Faxr 4 Specnal Interest Roller Skatmg JAMES DEWITT JORDAN LEONARD KING hmm" Cadets Captam on Stal? A Club 7 8 Track Basketball S 8 Baseball 6 Track 6 H6 af" ,gal Q--., SHARON LI-A KEATING GAA 57 Torsm Pots Assnstant Sec non Representative lf'7' DOROTHY ANN KEEFER Dot Make Up Club 7 8 Photography Club 3 4 G A A 7 8 Sectnon Secretary 5 8 CHARLOTTE ADELE KINTZEL Sbafku' Pow Wow Assnstant 57 YTeen 7 GAA 7 8 MakeUpClub7 8 qv-Q KAARLE MIKAEL KOIVULA Perfect Attendance 3 6 Cadets 3 6 Cadet Sergeant MARVIN KRANTZ , www Wm Mk out vx YVONNE MAE KUBECKI Kitty Second Honors 4 Make Up Club 7 8 Anacosua Choir President 7 8 Banlx Staff 1' 8 Special Interest Skatlng WAYNE MARSHALL LAMB Baseball 4 Likes good musnc IN 3 LUCIU LAMAR 538 Ex wow WSJ? jblf WL bf HELEN GAY LANDIS cond Honors S 6 TOTEM Pouz Staff 7 8 Bank Staff 5 8 National Honor Society 7 Enjoys travelmg JACQUELINE LANE lacks: ff I1 Corresponding Secretary 3 4 Presldent 5 7 eaders Club 5 6 Presldent 7 N DALE LAWRENCE LECK Shariy QBedford Hugh Schoolj Varsnty Football Varsnty Baseball Theatrical Productnons Busmess Office Staff Stage Crew Specxal mterests are flymg swrmmmg and records PHILLIP W LEGG Ace Chemxstry Club 7 8 Key Club 8 Mernt Scholarshlp Test 7 Thxrd Place Interhxgh Cadet Company 6 Cadets 3 8 Rxfle 3 Treasurer of Section 5 Cadet Captam 7 8 Country Fair 3 Student Councnl 7 YK FRED HAROLD LEVIN Cadets Fxrst Lieutenant S 6 J V Foot b ll 5 6 Enjoys playmg ootball and lnstenmg to 1 z recor s Tom Country Farr 3 Stage Crew 3 4 Co operatxve Work Plan 7 8 Presxdent of Section 5 -z'L :- E n l'fl 5. :U 9. Z as F" :P Z cu '11 O as U O 9 sv O :- C 2 Z Fxrst Honors 5 6 Second Honors 3 4 st H 3 6 lmxre College Key 6 Natxonal Honor Socxety 6 8 Buble Club TEMl oua Treasulrer 7 8 Leaders Club 8 atlonal H Soclety 6 8 Broad astmgk'Club S8 Chorus S6 Volce of e ocracy Contest 6 Home Arts Club retary S National Latm Honor octe 6 Student Councxl 3 8 Cafetena Staff 3 6 Bank Staff 5 6 KARL FREDERICK LINDNER Maverzck Cadets 3 8 Key Club S 8 Baseball 34 Specnal mterests are sports and shxp buxldmg model plane fc "Q JV QAYJW MARCIANO LADISLO LOMBRE Mickey Perfect Attendance Anacostxa Choxr Lnkes to swlm and hunt JOSEPH CARL LONG JR A Club 3 8 Varsxty Football 3 5 7 Cadets Corporal 34 Fxrst Sergeant 56 Mayor 7 8 ,WWW ,MM 'QM W ff THOMAS STANLEY LEWIS RAYMOND FELTON LONG Cadets 3 4 ll8 tj' J ll' '.Xg -2, lk, , f 'X i C' ' X 6 fl 1 ll . , 15, .gf gh YM 'Wm V xi! Qi ,kv mx xx' trf ' l - s l I - 4 AR X rs - X: N ' z ' ' -5 one " - L - , - ' I t - 9 - : , K - 4: '. . jx ds. S .-5 . all? xl 'lllfrw' 'S " ' C75 All Wim V- f I ' ,YW - VI T ' 'l., qkjyfl If NJ . . , . . . V gjhrja, J' W rm , f ' 6 ,A M,-. r f E , A , , v feel N . jf . 9 . . 5 ' d o f X 9, -4 ' -4: l , g ' X 4 'X f llc ?ggg in 1 . .NJA ' 65 . A 6, I 0 J , Q7 O, ry, t Mi 'EY' A-, K Country Fair 3, ig Cadetsg Ride Club. Enjoys participating in water sports. KX Lit! Sue ' 1 GARY WESLEY LUSBY RAYMA SU NSBER R ARDAHLIA LUELLA MACK Da e Footlights Club 3 6 GA A 3 7 Cafeteria Staff 7 Library Worker 6 WALTER L MAHAN Wal! Second Honors 6 A Club Football Bas etball 3 B seball 4 6 8 National Honor oc: ty 7 J-LL-fl! U fkllcf' fri f'rw:,Q 4 QJQ .7 WM fl ahfwm JOHN SIMPSON MANDEL Perfect Attendance 46 Rifle Club 3 Photography Club 3 6 Science Club S Chemistry Club 7 8 Country Fair 3 Cadets 3 4 Plans to attend college N HoLAs MANDRICH .W ff N1 I , W fwlwy MARY jANE MARTIN LOUIS MASCHETTO ,. ,J- 0 , LL 9 I Michel Chorus X3 4 Country Fair 3 Tale S ow 6 Section Treasurer 3 4 TOTEM P Assistant Editor 7 8 Pow Wow Staff porter 7 8 Student Council Member aq- Large 7 8 Cheerleaders 4 8 Captain 7 8,2-AB Bible Club 36 Song Leader 5 Allied Youth 3 4 G AA 3 8 Foothghts Club 7 8 Leaders Club 5 8 Home Arts Club S 8 Treasurer S 8 Teachers Secretary i 8 Cafeteria Staff 3 8 Broadcasting Club 3 4 GAA Medal 6 Served at Proms S 6 Special Interest Swimming and Physical Education PATRICK WHITNEY MCCALL ll CORINNE PENNY M. FIE Perfect Attendance 5- g R re- scntatives 7-8g Home rts -85 , ice President of S tio' 3-8' ent C ' A terna e 7 8 ke 0 M JQMN ROBERT GEORGE MCFADDEN fr Bo Cadets 3 8 Ja mms LLOYD MQCLANNAN BRUCE R055 MCMAHIU- Mu- Mar: Cgdglg 3-5, platoon ge,-Seam. "A" Letterg "A" Clubg Footballg Golf 6-83 Cafeteria 6-8. KENNETH LEIGH MCMAHILI. Assistant Sports Editor on Pow Wow 7-83 Track 6. JOHN PAUL MCNAMEE Perfect Attendance 5 6 Third Place Ana costia Science Fair Third Place City Wade Science Fair Cadets 3 4 Chemistry Club 7 8 Track 4 6 8 Q DIXIE MCGOWAN WILLIAM WALTER MCQUEENEY Michey KATHLEEN LOIS MCKINNON LEONARD MERRYMAN Kathy Cadets Captain Special interests xnclude Ilrst Honors 6 Typist for Pow Wow 6 8 SUIUH' PIIYIUS dl'3Wln8 and mfchlnlcs Bible Club 4 S Corresponding Secretary S Y Teens 7 8 Allied Youth 4 A! "' "Qs 120 M !,iQ,f7 lj 11,11 yvfyww 0' ARLEIEN BIJENDA MERZEL SUSAN Moons Fnrst Honors 6 Second Honors 4 Drama txcs Key 6 Torsu Pous Representative 3 4 7 Sports Edntor 78 Pow Wow Staff 7 8 Leaders Club 7 8 Glee Club S Footlnghts Club 3 8 Secretary 6 7 Cafe terra Staff 3 8 Honorary Member of Stage Crew S6 Country Farr J Theatrxcal Productions 3 4 6 Natnonal Honor Socxety 7 SIDNEY DONALD MICHELIN Yendu aets 36 Cub A u CAROL LEE MILES TOTEM Por.: Alternate 7 Red Cross 3 4 ROBERT LELAND MILLER Bo Stage Crew 3 8 Cadets 3 8 WILLIAM FRANZ MILLER Cadets 3 7 JAMES SANFORD MORRIS JR Innmy Baseball Letter 8 J V Baseball 4 Varsnty W? W WILLIAM THOMAS MURPHY 1 Country Farr 3 Key Club 6 8 TOTEM Pouz Representatxve 5 8 Cadets 3 7 Base ball 4 6 8 Interested xn medncme as a clfeef ROBERT MUSGROVE Bo Basketball 7 8 ii ww' , X sg fxkb Cx ,,sSLsCx sq,Q x LX XIL sf NN-X Xfx A Bw DANNY R NILSEN Student Council 3 I . ' l2l Y A W . , X I ,QW JL 7 I L, f ' ' ' 1 u' Y , - JJ mf" L ,, If ' ,if ' f' , ,IJ .Af , J! I L .V .1 - ,' I, Ar ' 2 ' 3 I - , - 5 - Cd -Q "A" I 4-8g " " CI I3 5 . . 3 ' Treasurer, Baseball 4, 6, 8. Baseball 6, 8g Cadets DFS. . fx' I Q , "JJ rbi n , I I . 'L fx We X 3 - , B'Il ' - : - s - IJ lr - 5 - . A, ' ' . ,f- , :fix wx VR B L, , QLQQL5 XL , eu mix .C Q I '-' ' CK ' , I - ya gl- X 14 rg x - , .- . - L up 3 flu... "f-'av IRA FLWIN NORFOLK C adets J 8 Photography Club 4 ALBERT IOESEPH NORWAY Honorable Mention rn Natlonal School Safety Poster Contest 6 Art Staff of Tonm Pots 7 8 Cadets S 6 Rnfle Club S 8 Red Cross Alternate 6 Special mterest ns rt W! GILBFRT FUGENE NORWOOD Gen: A Letter 7 Cadets Guide Sergeant S 6 Captam 7 Varsrty Football S 7 Track 6 IOHN O DONNELL DONALD OLER LOIS A OSCHE Cafetena Staff 56 Business Olice Staff STUART OTTLSON Science Club 8 Track 4 5 Cadets 3 GLENDA FAYE OVERLY Faym' Perfect Attendance 6 Fnrst Honors 6 Second Honors 5 Pow Wow S 6 Lxterary Edntor 7 8 Quxll and Scroll S 8 Leaders Club 7 8 Buble Club 4 6 Make Up Club 5 6 Footllghts Club S Chorus 5 6 Voice of Democracy Contest 7 Natlonal Honor ww., 'nd' Society 7 Home Ent Country ob s Daughters ,IOENE LESLIE PAIR Pww Wow Representanvc 3 Y Tggng 3 4 Cafeteria Staff 1 6 '5- .L 7' il "' 'Q SON IA LOUISE PAPPAS Sonny Bowling Club 3 Red Cross 7 Wow Representatnve 7 CHARLIE PATTON JV wi, W Mx E WAR S PEARSON 3 1 e u 'VO XYV PHYLLIS VIRGINIA PECK Gmny Second Honors Roll 3 4 Student Councll 7 Alternate 7 8 Alhed Youth 3 4 Home Arts Club S B Special Interest Sewing i in-,Y junior Town Meeting Representatxve 3 GA A 3, Student Councnl Alternate 3, DAVID C PENLEY Dave 8 Pow Student CouncnlRepresentat1ve4 5 Cadet Craclt Squad 3 4 Cadet Honor Companies J 6 City Wide Honor Company J 4 Mayor m Cadets 7 8 Specnal Interest College MARGARFT FRANCES PESSAGNO Margre ROBERT NORRIS PETERSON 'it' Pete -vo- Cadet Sergeant ot' Fxrst Place Cnty Wude Company S Cadet Captain 6 7 Cadet Lt Colonel 7 8 RANDAL MARTIN PIPER Perfect Attendance 3 6 Rude Team 3 8 Champnonslup Rxfle Team Letter 6 TOTEM Pouz 7 8 Pow Wow 3 8 Qunll and Scroll 6 Photography Club 7 8 Orches tra 3 4 Cadets 3 8 Cadet Captain 7 Fnrst Place Company Inter Hugh Cadet Competmon 1953 Specnal Interest Photography JANICE RAE PELI. EDWARD HOWARD PLUMB, JR Pell Mall Eddie 123 55 ff 'tx THOMAS DENNIS POOLE Second Honors 5 Cadets 3 8 Cadet Oicer u Ba e a Special Interest Sports RONALD POOLE fFebruary G raduatej GARY POPE Sports JUDITH MAE PORTER udy Perfect Attendance S 6 Leaders Club 6 Student Councxl 3 8 Cheerleader 4 8 Cafetena Staff 5 6 Delegate to D C Gnrl s State S BURTON ANTHONY QUIGLEY Buddy CAROL RANKIN Pow Wow Representatnve 3 2nd Honors 4 Red Cross 5 Ist Honors 6 Natxonal Honor Soclety 6 Cum Laude Certnflcate Natxonal Latm Exammatxon Cheerleaders 6 8 Broadcastnng Club 7 8 THOMAS MERRILL RAYBOULD Tom Photography Club 7 Cadets 3 6 Country Farr 3 Stage Crew 4 8 Rifle Club 3 4 Speclal Interest Sports and Scxence gn- fcu k-Cf-R qmd'k1w NCQ ouAT f' 'T fmt JILL M RAYMOND Wow Representauve 3 4 Pow Wow Literary Edntor 7 8 Dramatxcs 3 5 Y Teens 3 4 Debate Club 6 8 Make Up Club 7 8 Glee Club 5 Sprung Play 4 3 O Qyw W. X A SKXJ -R 5-gxx X ,xtfs I DONALD MAYER REED Perfect Attendance 3 S Cadets 3 8 WILLIAM DEAN REMSEN Dean Cadets 37 Student Council 3 4 Stage Crew 3 7 Specnal Interest Sports 124 7, ag "A" Cl ll 7, sg slb ll 4, 6, s. 3 ,' ' ' f ., I A9 fe 0 . lc I A I . If A ' I PETE. 'I ' 7' IQWM Footballg Football Varsity. Special ynterest: First Honors 65 Second Honors Sp Pow , . :KY " as J .iv A w xl " X .. . - , A - A 'A R' 53 fx it it I x W. bl A VN, 1 - , - . . 9 -8: igwx. W g,w f HOWARD LEE REPASS JR Speedy Cadet Band 3 4 Chemrstry Club 58 Westmghouse Scnence Talent Search 7 8 Bowltng 3 4 Country Farr 3 :fd u nee.a'17" .sol 0 we 17'-fo oe! L CK! -4.-g-, FRANCES HOGGE RIDGEWAY Perfect Attendance 3 4 Pow Wow Sec GWENDOLYN TRAVIS ROBINSON Gwen Perfect Attendance 3 Brble Club 5 6 Home Arts Club K 8 Vuce Presxclent of Home Arts Club 7 GAA 3 Cafetena StaH 57 Special Interest Sewmg PHYLISS JANE ROBINSON Second Honors 6 Cafeteria Staff S 6 non Representatxve 5 6 Lxbrary Worker 4 Student Councnl J 4 WN JANE RODGERS .DK .J f -' J sfyx ,jj C7 me an .I I WM? K xv'-Q, ni J' P,-47' I J BARBARA DIANE RISLEY TOTEM POLE Representatrve S8 Red Cross Representatnve 3 8 Specxal Interest Dancmg WILLIAM ROLAND l.ll.A M ROBB EDDIE BENNETT SALTZMAN Perfect Atte , 7 g ool Essay Cadets, Captatn 4 P Contes rable tauve W ow ss ate w to S e 3 ea C 13 Oufh 125 ,ff uv 'sac 'Er ROBERT WILLIAM SALTZMAN CARL DONALDSON SCHULTZ Bo Adolph Cadets 3 8 Class Presndent 3 8 Pow Wow Cldffi 3 4 Blwblll 4 Track 6 V Alternate 7 8 Specnal Interest 13 records ioolblll 5, VUSIYY F00tball 7 Football etter 7 194-.065 dqfwff CD "7" fypii 8 1, fMjA 9, tlfjjjfyffy M1317 lv TCM ww' ff' JM ildijjefuj ISSIL Jef ,V GRACE MARY scHL12GEL ns Q lst Honors 3 2nd Honors 4 5 Tornm Poms Feature Edntor 7 8 Pow Wow Representatxve I 8 Leaders Club 6 8 Dra matxcs Club 3 8 YTeens 3 4 Debate Club 6 8 Natxonal Honor Soclety 6 8 Country Farr 3 Chorus 5 6 Sprung Play 4 Talent Show 5 Specxal mterests are smgmg and prano NP Mole Schlegel Totem POLE Alternate 5 8 P Reporter 7 8 Leaders Club Club 3 Student Councl atxve 5 6 Alternate 7 Mem Bank Staff NLF 1 Mayor Chorus S nor lSf0Clety 7 Lakes t j mes gli j f EDWARD BERNARD SARKIN Saba Cadets 3 8 Mayor Rnfle Team 3 8 Rxfle Club 3 8 Gold Key jumor Scholastic Art Contest Honorable Mentxon Flower and Garden Poster Contest Inter Hxgh Rifle Champlonshnp Letter Plans to joan the Marmes BARBARA JEAN SCOTT Baba X Teens 3 Make up Club 7 8 G A A Business Oiflce St If 7 8 Interested sports and Record collectnon PATRICIA SCANLON BARBARA JEAN SCOTT J lr ANEUH iv! 5351: ER Fnrstjl-Iolhdj Q3 N ron I-I encgocnety sychenladersalow g 3 Scollre Perfect Attendance and Punctualnty 4 6 Pow Wow Representatrve 6 Red Cross 3 Specnal mterest I3 bowling oad x 'Clullji Re re RUTH SCOTT P e tar e X nt Xt rv t 3 en C clv n n 'rs Pots mo d 8 S uient Clou cal K r H1 S 1 nc: 8 Se cl te SIP! Sa-VMC E akgflv n rar , costfd p Q11 avfve t T s urg fi P ram n mg Commit e lla h RQ , I-Io e AE u Hxstona 7 8 U l 126 envy' S. MYRNA NINA SENNETT Lxllle Mus Wxieneu Make up Club S 7 Chorus 3 7 Treasurer Cafeterra Staff J Student Councnl Alter nate? Specnal mtereat lhwt g LZ Q 'K C' WJ .J DAN HERMAN SMITH Lx! Jgjwqj X 1 ff f at Jfzfwf f M V f L y Vllaljfx Xff ' f JO ANN B ETH SILVESTER Pu gre Perfect At nce ap Pnhctuahty S7 C or s S, CHARLES SLOAN CARMALINA ZIZZO AUBREY THOMAS SMITH Tommy Perfect Attendance and Punctualnty 7, Baseball Team 6, 8, Stage Crew J 8 lf film 76 kj! EDNA REBECCA SMITH Same Ist Honors 6 2nd Honors 5 Bank Staff S8 Secretary 5 6 Cashner 7 8 Chorus 4 S Nauonal Honor Socxety Specnal mterest ns cooking L xy JAMES MARSHALL SMITH JBSSE ROBERT SMITH Track Team 4 6 B Stage Crew 6 8 JOYCE LEE SMITH Pmbead Make up Club 7, 8, Chorus 7, 8, Busmess Odice Staff 6 8 127 4,13 4 S' RONNII' V SMIIH Special interest is ears ROSALII- HILIEN SMITH Rom' Pow Wow Alternate 7 Malte up Club 7 Teachers Secretary 7 Special interest is dancing MARY jANF SOWELL Ianey Special interest is dancing J ..,,-7A PAUL FDWARD STALLINGS Scar Basketball l er 6 8 Basketball Team 8 Cadet Band 3 6 Key Club 7 Bowling Club 3 4' j.V. Baseball 4- Chem- istry Club S-8' Student Council President 7 8' Host at Student Council Convention 7. 7 f PATRICIA LEE STAMM a To'ri3M Poua Alternate J 4' Y-Teens 3 4- Bible Club 3 4' Chorus 3-6' G.A.A. 3 . Special interests are dancing and bowling. LOYCE ANN STEWART Special interests are dancing and music ANITA MARIE. STOUT Nita Home Arts Club S 6 Business Olbce Staff 6 Chorus 7 8 Special interests are roller skating and sports CATHERINE GAIL STROUD Pow Wow Alternate 7 Malte up Club Chorus 7 LLOYD BROWN SYQNOR Lulr if Special interest are c and boats . ,Q wtf M fi. pl U BET TAYLOR ole Taylor TOTEM Poua Staff 7 8 Assistant Editor of Sophomores' TOTLM Pouz Representa- tive 5-8' Footlights Club 3-8- Home Arts Club S-8- Pow Wow Reporter 7 83 C fe- teria Staff 3-83 ueen of Country Fair 3: Student Council Member at Large 7, 85 Christmas Play 55 Spring Play 5. Special rf, TN-5 .."5'-f cr" interest is music. 128 QIUDITH ANNE TAYLOR Judy Honorable Mention Science Fair 6g Pow Wow Alternate 43 Chorus 5: Bowling Club lg Country Fair 35 Student Council Alter- nate 7g Section Vice-President 3-6. JUDY MARLEINE TAYLOR TOTIM Pou Alternate 7 GAA 4 Red Cross I 7 PATRICIA ANN TAYMAN d CHARLES MARION THOMAS Hopes to be a sign painter. HARRY VERNON TRAIINOM Cadets 3 8 CHARLES JOB TRIANTAFII LOS Shy Guy Ist Honors 3 2nd Honors 4 S leaders Cadets 3 8 lst Lieutenant Club S 8 Bowling Club 5 Scxencc Club 3 GAA 3 Teachers Secretary 4 Na tion Honor Society 7 WILLIAM KENNETH TFACUF Ken ge Crew 5 4 Cad s Officer 7 8 Special Interests are cars and physics BARBARA IEAN THOMAS Bobble fCulpeper hlfglhll umor Clee Club A EBL PATIFNCF CHEYENNF VEITCH Tm Chemistry Club 7 8 Home Arts Club S 8 leaders Club 6 8 Red Cross Repre scntmtnve 58 Talent Show 6 Y Teens 8 Nice President 5 6 President 7 afeterla Staff 3 8 Talent Show 6 Coun Paar 3 Special interest is the canteen CUNNAR j VILBUIIS Ionu POII Representative I 4 Cadets 8 Ist lieutenant 7 8 Map Read mg 'Ieam 7 8 Broadcasting 7 8 Special IITILILSI IS IVIIIIUIT ,ix L..K ,fa xslt I xxx? 'Cf RICHARD JEFFREY WALKER Cadets 3 Cadet Band 4 8 Captam 7 8 Specnal mterest rs cars JANET PATRICIA WHITFIELD Pixie Perfect Attendance 3 S Musrc Letter 3 4 To'rEM Poua Representative 5 8 Staff 7 8 Buble Club 7 8 Footllghts Club 7 8 Chorus 3 6 Chess Club 3 4 Specnal Interests are musnc thea an W 10675377 s- 41' 'vt gd-q!7 LAKE WALTON FRANCES ANITA YATES GAIL WARTEINBURG DAVID EUGENE WATKINS Kansas Football Team 7 8 Basketball 8 Base ba 8 MARY KATHRYN WHITE Lrllle Mary I E Chorus. Specxal interest ss records. ROSALIND LUCILLE YEE Rozzxe lst Honors 4 8 Honorable Merit Award ln Natxonal Latm Exammatnon 6 National Honor Soclety 6 8 National Latm Honor Socnety 6 8 TOTEM Pom: Assxstant Edrtor 7 8 Pow Wow Typxst 6 8 Reporter 7 8 Y Teens 3 Buble Club Foothghts Club S 6 Broadcastmg Club 7 8 Make up Club 4 8 Home Arts Club 5 8 Leaders Club 6 8 Treasurer 7 Debate Club 7 8 GAA 3 8 Bronze Key Award 6 Red Cross Representatxve 6 8 Voxce of Democ racy Contest 3' 7 Georgetown Umversxty Latm Contest 6 Hopes to jom the Umted States Dxplomatxc Corps TOMMY MCCOY YOUNGBLOOD Cadets 3 7 Specxal mterests are records bowhng and cars BILLIE JEAN YOUNGER Smxley Y Teens 7 8 Chorus S' 6 Teachers Sec retary 7. Special interest is reading. I AIA' "' I nJ'l! I ,Aw .Aki I V nfl' ,.,yo 10" l,' If I-ofa' ! -.1-V ff 2 14" 5' 5 wwf' Ss' 1 I I I Q X ' I "' 1 3" Q' : I fi Xhcsrro, if vnu please! 2? l , '54 ,r 'X V Q 'A 5 sim' ?i1 ,lf 233' ' BUS STOP ::g 1 L Nw 5-5 1, -f- ' The roar of the Indians rocks Griffith Stadium. '4 5 'T K B 1 5 ar!-:v"'K - 'AX f Xu ,ff-441 - KX 1 Q c xd IH: Nh-Call displn' "Young I.m'c" poster. I ,mc S lnrf r :ll XnJ.cmu.a srudcm Wlil pni mlx IA bu UI' J in' 'Wh A reading class under the supervision of Mr. Lamb is using the controlled reader to rt-nd the story of prehistoric life in the United States, .'XhhhhhY You gil! nit! l x t "' i f If H rig, I I This year over two hundred students took advantage of the reading program in effort to improve their ability and speed. Interest has increased during the until it appears that the reading classes will be evcn more popular next year He student improves her reading speed by using thc reading accelerator Au - grim.:--,f Wf ,..,,,,.-f l32 llow about a friendly drag? I L-25 Barbara Hor TOTEM POLE edxtor and Randal Paper staff photographer say Good bye to Anacostia and the yearbook Behmd them llc three years of memorncs ahead lnes the world It 15 the hope of the entlre staff that the memories wxll make a rxcher future for all Anacostna students Editor Assistant Edztor Semor Editors umor Editors Sophomore Editor Faculty Editor Club Edztorx Feature Editors Sports E4llf0f.Y Art Editors Photographers Business Mana gcrs Farulty Adviser . Assistants Business ,, Pboto rapby Ar. ,,.. . 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