Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1944
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We will never be able to express quite adequately the numberless reasons why we,
the Class of 1944, have dedicated our Wake to Miss Lauretta Mdlusker, without whose
tireless energy and thoughful kindness this edition of the Wake would never have become
an actual reality.
She was always there, helping us in counties waysg advising the literary staff,
to boast our patron drive, or doing the many little things that make a year book what it it.
We hope that Uhe Wake of 1944 will always stay with her as a pleasant remembrance
and that the successof this edition will in some measure pay her back for all off her tireless
Above all, we want her to consider it as we do--a job well and successfully accomplished.
Therefore . . .
We Dedicate The Wake of 1944 to
MISS LAURETTA MCCUSKER
"I would be true, for there are those who trust meg
I would be pure, for there are those who careg
I would be strong, for there is much to sufferg
I would he hrave,' for there is much to dare."-XWALTBR.
As you of the class of 1944 approach graduation-your goal for the past four years-
can you count your benefits from the days spent here? Can you cull from your gleanings
of four years in high school the finest particles that you now hold? Among those treasures
are there some which contribute to that priceless possession-a strong and noble character?
I firmly believe that without such your graduation cannot mean success.
Your character began to form when you were but an infant, and it will continue to
grow as long as you live. Home, church, school, and all other elements of your environ-
ment have helped to make you what you are. In continuing to mold your life, which is
determined to an immeasurable degree by you as distinct beings, you will do well to consider
the civic, social, ethical, moral, and religious standards that you consider ideal. You must
not fail at this time, when great responsibilities face you, to have the strength and good
judgment to incorporate only the nobler traits in your personal code of life, and to make
them dominant in every action. Remember that the character of the democratic state is
the culmination of that of the individuals who comprise it.
Best wishes for self-realization of the highest order.
DR. HOWARD ANDREW KINHART.
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BURDETTE BOARDMAN SANCHEZ
Smooth talker, good listener, hearty laugh,
these describe our popular president, Bur-
die, also a member of the famous
trafic squad. In fact, when the periods
were shortened by the ringing of the bell,
it was none other than Burdie whose
watch was wrong. To be a lawyer is his
ambition and we're betting he'll have a
booming business. '
RAYMOND ALFRED HARRINGTON
"Ray," one of the best looking boys in
" '44," and the vice-president of our
class, was a member of the Traffic Squad.
He has an enthusiastic interest in sports
and is a "whiz" in math. With his ex-
cellent mathematical background, he is
sure to achieve success in his study of en-
gineering after graduation.
ELIZABETH CATHERINE SCHWALIER
"First in sports, first in studies, and first
in the hearts of her classmatesf' Versatili-
ty par excellence and a diligent student,
Betty's bubbling laughter knows no
bounds. Her unaffected air of comaraderie
assures her success wherever she goes.
CHARLES BAIRD ADAMS, JR.
Charlie, the envied possessor of a zoot
coat, had a busy time this year, being Edi-
tor-in-Cllief of the year book and a valu-
able member of the Traffic Squad. He
wants to be a doctor, and we're sure his
sunny disposition and hearty laugh will give
him an enjoyable bedside manner.
VIOLA THEANA ALvANos
Viola, one of our commercial majors,
claims the interesting birthplace of My-
telenc, Greece. You will hnd her well-
informed on many topics because of her
hobby of making scrapbooks on various
subjects. From when we've seen of her
duting her three years at A. H. S. we're
sure sl1e'll make a hue sicuogmpln-r.
LoRRAxNE GRAHAM BACON
Tall, dark-haired Ray has been with us
for twil-and'0ne'half years, She has no
stated ambition as yet, but we are sure
that she will be a success in any job she
Bea is that blonde, winsome chick you
sec- running around every which way try-
ing to meet the Tallyel-Io deadline, since
she's no less than Editor-in-Chief of our
school paper. Her interesting ambition
is to own and operate an airplane and
fly around the globe in it. Hereis hoping
her wish comes true.
PATRICIA LOUISE ARISON
Whenever you hear a line of chatter and
a ready laugh, you know that Pat is
around. Although born in Daytona Beach,
Florida, Pat has lived in Annapolis off
and on for most of her life. She wants
to become a model, and with her figure
and personality she seems well on the road
JOHN HERBERT ARMIGER, JR.
Herbie, a native Crabtowner, is well
known at A. H. S. for his "solid-send
ing" on the alto sax. Harry James, how
ever, is liable to lose a promising
musician, since Herbie's ambitions point
towards a career as a Diesel engineer
QHOMAS llAUf-J i 1 mzox' ljui, ln. U 6 N
The Student Gow-iiiiiii-iii 'was in excellent
rintls this year. lweing gviiieleil liy t.1p.1lJlt
om The girls will lviiiciiilwi' him ns
that wolf who shillu.-tl ilu-in .lown ilie lull,
ancl :is.the flushing hgure on the softer
eltl. His shining puisonnliry won him
mnnv friends anti will .niitintie io win
frienfls for him in thi- .Airiny An' Corps.
xslieri' he hopes io itnihi-i' his eclimnzmn
Doms MAE BARNEY
Although horn in Wiliniiigtniw, Delaware,
Dottie crime to us lmin lhv li:istt'i'n Shore
three years Ago. She can rc-ally rut n
mean tug. In the future you'll probably
sei- her inotleling lllf l.iir-st liishionsl
-IOANNE Louise Bmcsn
jo, ri native of Columbus, Ohio, has at-
tendetl A.l'l.S. for gill four of her high
nliool years. Lilce most of us, she enjoys
the moviesg .mel her nxnition, to become :r
serrc-r.irv, is not an unusual one. Good
luvl-1 lo. XVv ltnow vouill he really indis
pens.1Ll-- rn vom employer
Cil.oi2c.F liimtim BALL USM
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villa-, lm: hbvn with us. lui all lour V0.1 s
Wfliilf' ln- wants to join the lVlt-itlnnt
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Even though she is one of our shortest
girls. no one can overlook little Solley.
Witli her stream of merry chatter she is a
constant source of amusement. She wants
to he a nurse zmcl' we feel sure she can
cheer up any patient.
ELIZABETH ELLEN BOLDIZAR
Funhloving Rocky came to us from Wash-
ington. D. C., bringing with her oodles
of vivacity and wit. Her personality and
talking ability have aided her greatly in
making many lasting friends at A. H. S.
Good luck Rocky!
Euxxfum ARTHUR BOWEN
Red-headed, freclcle-facccl Arthur is cm-
othcr ol our lighthearted seniors. He goes
about his business, laughing and talking,
entertaining everyone Easyfgoing Arthur
has no ambition except ro gradimrv.
M may NlAizc4ARsr'i' Bowres
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griiaii tlmul suuil ivwvt-J that slic wwe a
mzisrir-iwtioiis iniilw, Her spaililiiig style
assures her success in tollegc rmcl her lilc-
l imiiii CALDWELL
Spirlcling, brown-eyed Edirh is a native of
old Crfihtown, and has been with us since
ner freshman year. With her quiet charm
and pleasant manner she is sure to be a
success in her ambition to he as goocl a
stenogrziphcr as Miss Curcl.
NANCY GAIL CALLAGHAN
Nancy, who has already macle scores of
friends, was a newcomer to A. H. S.
this year. Her ambition is college, and
judging from her past and present schol-
astic rccorcl she'll arrive at the portals of
higher education with Flying colors.
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lltliclis holwln 1, .ii-in: sports, which is
unclwstiiiicllilvle sum slvv Imils froni
Nlassauliusctis. l lim-wri. ,iyror sho Fgmclu-
.itcs and sctilrs clown twin sports to work.
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ROBERT JOSEPH CARMICHAEL
"All-around" Robert enjoys both sports
and good reading. Always laughing and
full of fun, he enthusiastically participates
in sports, with football rating high. He is
preparing to be a machinist but perhaps
he'll become an All-American instead.
JAMES JOSEPH CARRIGAN fxfdwll
Good-natured "Jimmy" was born in An-
napolis and has attended Annapolis High
for his four high school years. Jimmy's
one of the few hoys taking the Commer
cial Course. Upon graduation he'd like
to join the Navy and see the world.
No one can mention Jimmy without re-
membering the wonderful work she did in
soliciting patrons for the WAKE. Jimmy's
glory is her hair. Can you guess what she
wants to become? That's right, a hair-
LEONARD Eowisizn CARLSON
Leonard is the Art Editor for our annual
and has left the evidence of his skill be-
tween the pages of this book. Leonard
hopes to he a baker when he leaves school.
In fact he is already quite skilled in the
MARY JEAN CASEY
Whenever you see "Casey"'you can tell
sheis thinking of something new and excit-
ing to do. This vivacious lass was born
in Annapolis, and has been with us for
four years. Her ambition is to have a
good time, but when she finally settles
down to work we know she will put her
heart into it and succeed in whatever she
WILLIAM LXPPINCO11' CASSARD, II
Bom in BuEalo, New York, Bill has been
very active in school sports. Now that
the WAKE is published, Bill has achieved
part of his ambition, which was to gradu-
ate in '44, and now he hopes to become
an Army Air Corps Oihcer..
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XXXILLIAM HAMILTON CULLEMBER AVNM
Boorsie, another of our "Train: Squadcrsf'
is seldom seen without lus grin. Well-
clressed :md amiable, he is lilzcd by all.
This native Marylandvfs hobby is worlc-
ing on his Ford. Horn-'s .i salute- to a fu-
ture soldier of Uncle Sain.
YvnNNif I"'lELliNl4 CTOLTON
Blonclf-, tall Yvonne lms no definite view
ol' ilu- fnlnii- in mimi. Alilmnplx slim' cn
ioys singing, if is slrirlly ,i liolwlvy with
lier. Yvonm: rms Lllllll' an Illl'f,IA'llV"
liAL!llT'C', and lms an intriguing Fi-wmh :wr
"l'imiir" luis rm .nnlmmn :lm everyone
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by lu-rpiiig lni innlis .ilvovr .1vei:1gf'. ln
nmkmg .i f.1i'vm of lu-r lmlwlwy of Interim
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CQONS rANciE ANN Q,osTifn
Dnrli-eyed Connie, alias flu- "gal wirli tlic
lWX'illl1S,h will be sure to .lL'fUll1IVllSl1 lm
.lIl1lJill0l1 ul' grnilumiiig frunw .fi-Ili-gc .mil
tlwn lwcoming A Navy l'Nlnrs4- A iom
incndalilv goal. lfonmcl
ANNA MAH Cox
llnlc lmivml, liiin-lnviiig, lxflinnii' lllils
fin-in "fiml'sf'm1nll'V." Ami lns lwvn .H
A. li S. lldl ,ill liUllI'V1'.!f'S. Hvr vllnrts
in tln' ffninnwiiml finnrse wvri' Clirvcfnd
row.irLi llm I'L'.Ili7.Il'i0l1 nl' lwrr aspiration,
v position as fl pl'nf'at1' smrvhnv
PA'iRit:iA ANN IDICKINSON
Dark hrnwn hair, a pretty smile, a darling
hgurv. .intl .in agrcmhlc personality is ri
cicscripuun of Pat, whose hobby is pho-
tography. She seems to have managed the
camera emi of the year book all right
so perhaps shcill malce photography her
career. Happy snapping Patl
One of the Iwllvs of the U.S.O,, Result
has no pai-titular ambition. She was a
great help in the cafeteria. Ar the pres'
ent time she is busy having a goocl time
by entertaining others with her charming
NAN CHAPMAN DAvmsoN
To brighten up the hall and classes during
the last two years came Punchy, a versatile
blonde. Nan is lcnown for her quick sense
of humor which is bound to cheer up any-
one who is feeling low.
CHERIE ANNE DAWSON
Lively Cherie, the gal with the Chinese
bangs, has had a finger in almost every
scholastic pie during her four years at
A. H. S. Her career lies in the held of
physical education since she hopes to be
a high school instructor in this subject
when she gets out in the wide, wide
MARGARE'F ELIZABETH DOUGHERTY
Petite Betty was not only an asset on the
athletic field, but also achieved high
standards as a commercial stuclent. Het
friendly manner should go far to milcr
her a great success as a future airline
VIOHN Room Dove
This year another member was addecl to
the brigade of wolves who haunt the halls
ancl the girls. When you hear the cleers
tapping, you may be sure it's hanclsnmf'
-lark on the trail of another victim, lt's
in great iifel
EARLE WINGATE DOWNEY P H
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"Duck" hails from Easrporr, He is one.
of those many seniors whose hoby i. "any-
thing that keeps him on the go."' He
does, however, plan to he a machinist and
he "the man, behind the man, behind the
gun." He is now heading for the Au
KATHRYN PATRXCIA DOYLE
Pat, always ready with a snappy crack
and a witty remark, was born in far
away Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Her hobby
being saiilng, is is quite probable that
she will achieve her .imbitiori to sail
around the world. Never a dull moment
with this sparkling senior.
FRANKLIN HARVEY DULL
Frank, who claims his four years at A.
H. S. have been his happiest, had the
usual ambition of graduating. Sports rate
high with him so perhaps he'll become an
All-American. Who knows?
ARLINE MARIE DUVALI.
VlRGlh'lA LEE DUVALL
"Ginge1','l as she prefers to be called, was
born in Crabtown and is that blue-eyed
blonde who is always flirting around, Vir-
ginia was a good student, but she in-
tends to take life easy after the war' and
retire to Hawaii.
Ie sounds like French ancestry behind that
name. Arline says her hobby is reading,
but we think it is humming and being
happy. Her ambition was to graduate,
but we are all sure she will succeed in any
course she cares to pursue.
M.ARILX'N DENisE EATON
Another newcomer, viviicioiis lryun, inns'
be seen any time talking of one thing or
another. Born with the traveller's itch
she wants to travel, but first there's the
question of college
VIRGINIA LEE EVANS
Cure, green-eyed Jinxie, one of our most
popular seniors, rates high with us all, and
has a pleasing personality. She leaves be-
hind an excellent scholastir record. Now
that graduation is over she intends to ful-
fill her ambition "to travelf'
VIRGINIA PAIGE EVANS
Ginny, a cute, mischievous miss, was well-
lilced at A, H, S. She is easily distingu-
ished by her blonde hair and good hgure.
She was an active member of the circu
lation staff of the WAKE, and her ainbi
tion is to be a good stenographer.
HERMAN CHARLES ELLINGI-LAUSBN
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Handsome Herman is one of our studious
seniors who spends .many hours after
school in the Math. room. He also spends
much of his time holding up the walls
For the tmic squad. Upon graduation
he hopes to join the ranlcs of the Mid-
MARY Ti-nsmssa ENZINGER
Blonde-haired, blue-eyed Enny, a native
of Crabtown, is another of our would-be
secretaries. Wirli her pleasant smile and
agreeable personality we're sure shelll
succeed in her ambition.
WILLIAM GUY FERGUSON Navi!
You all remember call, good-looking Bill
who started our assemblies with his "Pre-
sent Colors." His winning smile and per-
sonality have won him many friends.
Happy landings to this future naval avi
WILUAM WALTER FINKLB
Bill, a native of Eastport and a steady
pupil of A. H. S., has no particular am-
bition. However, it is quite likely he
will join the Navy. Hats off to a future
DALBERT GEORGE FITCH
One of the rare masculine additions to the
female-dominated commercial class is our
sports-minded Dal, who is one of our best
athletes. Dal is headed for the commercial
world where we know he'll malce good.
M.ARII.YN JOYCE FREDIQNBURGH
Lyn, the girl with the brown eyes and
the dimples, made n host of friends dur-
ing her four years nt A. l-I. S. Her
pleasant personality made her an asset to
our gatherings, :Ind weire sure shell en-
joy continue-d success at college,
RITA MAE FREEMAN
Rita has served a four-year stretch here at
Annapolis High. ln order to fulfill her
ambition to become n secretary, she has
been enrolled in the Commercial Course.
Her favorite hobby is listening to the
latest records. -
LILLIAN VIRGINIA GAITHER
DORIS LORIQAINE GALLOWAY
Doris is well-lcnown throughout Annapolis
High for her short statute and high schol-
astic rerord. Her quiet and helpful manner
will be of great value to her when she be-
comes il nurse
JOANNA ROCKHOLD GARNER
Crabtown has had the pleasure of having
Jo as a resident all of her life. One's first
impression of jo is that she's a very quiet
girl, but actually, she's the life of the
party and is quite a cheerful s.,..' We
hope that you will have a happy and
worthwhile future, jo.
Pretty, blonde Lil can brighten any dull
moment with her laughing. sparlclimz nw-
ture. Another of our capable commercial
students. her ambition is to be a success-
ful secretary. Her interesting and patri-
otic hobby is writing to service men.
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Helen, at first glance, seems a quiet girl,
but once you get to know her, she's bub-
bling over with fun and enthusiasm. Hail-
ing originally from Tennessee, she has
been with us since our freshman year. As
a nurse, she intends to put to use her
knowledge acquired in the academic
ELIZABETH ANN HALL
True friendliness plus a pleasant per-
sonality helps to describe this pretty miss.
She is a native of Crabtown and you can
be sure she is proud of it. Betty Ann's
ambition is to be a nursery teacher, and
with her ability we feel sure she will
always come out on top!
Howard is a quiet boy with dark hair and
eyes. He has been with us for four years
and after graduation he hopes to join the
Coast Guard. Smooth sailing, Howard!
ANNA MARIE GRIMES
Although comparatively new at A. H. S.,
tall, charming, and cheerful Ree has made
many friends. She cannot fail as one of
our future typists because of the wonder-
ful records she has held here.
EILEEN MARIE HANNON
Though by nature shy and retiring, blonde
Eileen has accumulated a large circle of
friends during her four-year stay at A. H.
S. She aspires to become a part of one
of the women's service organizations or else
to don the uniform of the "women in
JOSEPHINE LEE HARE
Rabbit or Jo
Jo, born in Wendell, North Carolina,
has spent all her four years here in An-
napolis High. Quiet, with a capable man-
ner, her ambition of becoming a sec-
tetaty should be easily achieved. Her
hobby is collecting peculiar knicl:-lcnacks.
ALMA MARIE HERRINGTON
Cute jackie has given a lot of life to
A. H. S. She can always be found danc-
ing the most recent steps. Her pleasing
personality will be a great asset to her in
years tn come.
STEPHEN BARTHOLF HILTABIDLE
Steve is a quiet blonde who has been with
us for four years. A nature lover, his
hobby is Natural History. His ambition?
. . . to be healthy, wealthy, and wise!
THOMAS ORME HILTABIDLE
Tommy is a tall brunette who has spent
all four years at A. H. S. His main in-
terests are sailing and aviation. Here's
wishing him luck in his ambition to be
an aeronautical engineer and test pilot!
EMILY GARNBR HOLLAND
Full of fun and always on the go, Emily,
born in Crabtown, will make an excellent
Army nurse. Until then she may be
found in Read's drooling over a "coke"
and the gossip.
Calm, serene, easy-going Bob tloats along
in life, liked by everyone and liking every-
one. His slow, easy way of talking has
charmed more than one person. His im-
mediate interest is graduation and after
that-well, anything can happen.
S1'UAn'r BAILEY I-Ioexms ,pf M
Stuart was another of those traffic officers
who made us suffer by having us clo the
right thing at the right time. Alrhough
he says his future plans are up to the
Army, at the present he seems to be tty-
ing hard to gain the title of "Stuart,
the West River Wolf."
An attractive addition to the senior class
is pretty Nancy. Her flowing red hair is
the envy of everyone and her personality
has attracted more than one wolf. Her
present ambition is to get acquainted and
after that the future can ralce care of
'Strictly feminine," Nonnie's happy and
unassuming nature is an asset to any
gathering. Her reserve in class is con-
trasted to her spirited chatter after hours.
That domestic sparlc will keep any home
fires burning. Her ambition. oddly
enough, is to be a lulu of a housewife.
Jeanie, one of our cute brunettes, is n
witty miss who has been with us all Four
years. jean likes both att and music.
Upon graduation she plans to don a white
cap and starched slcirts.
BETTY Louisa HUGHES
Charming Betts, member of the com-
mercial class, is another of our would-be
nurses. Musically inclined, her hobby is
playing the accordian and the piano.
Always laughing and on the go, she
makes a delightful companion on any
ETHEI. CHRISTINE KATSERELES
Ethel is one of our vivacious little seniors
who loves to dance and really knows how,
being at home to either boogie woogie or
the blues. She majored in Commercial
Studies and hopes to become an efficient
CORRINNE ELEANOR KELLER
Chris is always clattering about some
thing or other, especially when it comes
to week-end Clates. A future secretary,
we hope Chris will have an opportunity
to carry on her hobby of collecting pen-
FREDERICK HENRY KLINKEN
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Fred, tall with light brown hair, has been
with us since his freshman year. An out-
door f.1n, hunting and sports occupy his
spare time. After graduation he hopes to
ioin either the Air Corps or the Navy
PEGGY MARICE K LYMAN
Peggy is that attractive senic. with dark
hair and brown eyes who is always seen
rushing from place to place. This altru-
tive miss has the interesting hobby of
men in general and miclsliipmen in pan
ticular. Sounds intriguing, n'ust-ce pas?
One of the more sophisticated members
of our class is Kay, the girl with the very
plc-asinsg personality. Known throughout
the school for her blonde hair, her main
ambition is ro become a brunette. Her
motto is "Never a dull moment."
Saul. n member of the stepped-up course,
is particularly interested in science and
may usually be found in the physics
laboratory. The outdoor type, it is na-
tuml his hobby is hunting. He hopes to
be a Mechanical Engineer.
BETTY ANN Ko!-IR
Elfish Betty, with her impish chuclcle and
interrogative eyes, has an enviable collec-
tion of stamps. All four years of her care-
free school fdaze j were spent at A. H. S.
Born in Eastport, lived in Easrport, died
in Eastport? Someday she'll make a good
DONALD CLARENCE Kota
Donald. a member of the great l?l Ti-il'
fic Squad, has spent four years 1t A. H
S. One of the popular wolves of tie
school, he'll probably be doing even ber
ter when he gets ro college, iifliilli is I1
ambition. iflollcge, not wolfingl
EUGENE TI-IERESI3 LEE
'Il-Icrc, there, Find cverywhcrcl' are words
'specially macle for lively, wise-cracking,
Shorty who was always seen hurrying from
one job to another. After doing such
grand worl: .Is Girls Imrnmxireil Manager,
it's not unusual that Eugenie wants to he
fl Physical Fclucation f1'vHfl'N.'T,
EVA PEA Rl, l,.IfI'rcII
Eve, that short blonde. hopes someday
:he will join rlw white collar girls as a
srcnoe,rzlplIeI'. A native Marylander. she
spent :Ill four yenrs at A. H. S.. where
she was wull known :Incl liked hy all.
Born in Annapolis, Lizzie has spent four
years at A. H, S. She is well lcnown
throughout the school because of her
izniusing personality, Her ambition is to
become n dress designer or a Inodel and
her hobby, clress designing, will help her
Short and friendly, Ginny hails from
Yonkers, New York. Her ambition is to
be a success in life, ancl her hobby S
having a good time. Good hxclc in both
R. lhwxi In I i-:nvoI-Im, ju.
tXlll1Clly1ll luainpoh- claims lialtimorc as his
hirtliplncv, A, H. S. can boast of having
him for his loin' high school yezirs. This
p.IlIInIn sn-IIlll'IIi.IIIS IlmlJItl0I1 IS to get
min the Ariuiv Air Corps
l Itiiri r-:I I- .IXIIII-.R'i'A LEWIS
A une. Iiiiii-I ci-nior, lilo has no par Ll
l.Ir hohhy. She likes everything from
rhnrnlnle nm simclaes to getting up in
the moining. Her an1luition, along with
many other A. H S. grncls, is to he 1
JOHN ALLAN LEVAY
Easy-going Jack, who aspires to be a good
boolclceeper, has an interesting hobby of
collecting autographs. Though he's popu-
lar with everyone, we hear that he's n
woman hater. How about that, girls?
ANNA CECELIA LEWNES
Keeping up with Navy sports is this
black-haired miss's hobby: and good at it
too. Her typing ability will help her im-
mensely in her future as a typist. Good
luck, Anna. We lcnow youlll succeed.
ELIZABETH LOUISE MCCRONE
Betty Lou was with us for two years and
made scores of friends at A. H. S. Her
hobby is music, but when it comes to
ambitions, she favors the secretarial world.
JAMES GILBERT MCNAMARA
Mac's hobby of building airplane models
will probably be a lot of help to him in
his future job as a welder at Glen L.
Martin's. He made a name for himself
in the A, H. S. sports world as an
ardent intra-mural athlete.
ANN MARIE ELIZABETH LITTLE
Anne is the outdoor type, fond of all
sports, with hockey her particular favor-
ite. Her cute snub nose fits in with her
elfervescent personality, which should help
her bedside manner when she becomes a
nurse, preferably in the Army.
ELSIE MARIE LOFTUS
Elsie seems quiet and reserved at first
glance, but has in reality quite an enter-
taining personality. Although she ma-
jored in commercial work, she claims no
definite plans for the future.
JEANNE jAcKsoN MILLER
Small, sweet, and pretty, these adjectives
describe Jeannie. Although she seems very
quiet at first sight, she's really very talka-
tive and friendly. She entered A. H. S.
in '43 from Washington. Her ambition is
to be a journalist.
NANCY ELIZABETH MOLTFR
Moe, with her long, wavy, brunette hair,
sparking smile, and pleasing personality,
lilces nothing better than cutting a rug
to a good "hot platterf, Dress design-
ing and daubhing in paints are her favor-
ite hobbies and we feel sure she'll go far
in the future.
CARTER DENSON Messlcx
Denny, who has spent all four years at
A. H. S., always has a cheerful smile for
everyone. Although his hobby leans to-
ward boats, he hopes to join the Army
Air-Corp. All the luck in the world to the
greatest abmition there is!
BETTY Lou MEYETTB
Horsewoman superb! that describes Boots.
Born in Annapolis Boots spent her high
school days right here at A. H. S. Ac-
tive in all sports she earned intra-mural
awards of all lcinds. An excellent athlete
she should soon accomplish her ambition
-to bc a good jumper.
BARBARA JEANNE Moons
Bobbie has the not so unusual desire to
become a Navy wife, but until that time
she'll teach school. As a sideline she keeps
a memory book--which wc're sure must be
JOHN MARBURY MUSTERMAN
Mll.Vfy Fil Ni
Handsome Jackie, one of our few roman-
tic students, is skilled in airplane model-
ing. After graduation he hopes to join
the ranks of the Air Cadets, and already
having flying experience, we're sure he'll
be a great success,
ROBERT WALKER MUTI-I
Bob has been with us for four years and
has shown himself to be a very energetic
person. He is president of the Hi-Y Club
and Vice-President of our Student Govern-
ment. Bob devoted much of his spare
time to football and hopes to enter the
Naval Academy when he leaves school.
ELIZABETH ANN NEIMAN
Betty was that ted-headed girl who so
ably assisted behind the lunch counter.
Her hobby of collecting Navy clippings
may have influenced her choice of a pro-
fession--a nursing career in the U. S.
WILLIAM HARRIS NUTT
Bill, who was born in Annapolis, has
attended A. H. S. for the last four years.
His hobby is shop work but in the future
he wishes to join the Navy. Smooth sail-
ing to a grand senior!
Miini, another Annapolitan, has been
with us during, her four years of high
school. You'll probably see Mimi partici-
pating in some kind of sports, as she
spent most of her spare time on the athf
WILLIAM EDWARD NEIMIAN
Bill, '44's outstanding wit, came to good
old A. H. S. from San Pedro, California.
To be summed up, he's cute, fun-loving,
and full of the "Old Harry." Bill's ambi-
tion is to Graduate.
DONALD EDWARD NEWELL NOV
Donald, that fellow with the dark brown
eyes, has spent his entire life in Annapo
lis. His favorite sport is hunting, but
he hasn't told us what he hunts. With
his "sharp-shooter's eye" he should malce
a good gunner in Uncle Sam's Navy
Corkie has been walking the halls of An-
napolis High for four years, and hopes in
years to come to walk the halls of a hos-
pital. Thais it-Corlcie wants to join
the Cadet Nurse Corps.
BETTY R. PIEHLER
Mom is a Severna Parker whom you
can always find lvubhling over with pera
sonality and fun. She considers dancing
a wonderful pastime. After graduation
we'll find her studying to talce her place
in the world of hatteriologists.
VIOLET JARUSHEA PENNINGTON
Penny, one of our cute seniors, has dam'
ing for a hobby. Born in Gaithersburg, she
has spent four years at our fair school
After graduation this patriotic Miss yearns
to he a Cadet Nurse.
Known among her friends as Lenny,
Elaine wants to become .1 hcautician ifrti
graduating from good old A. ll. S l'l
amiable chanlcluristics will no doubt ll
her in this field of work.
.VIARY HOXTON PIERCE
Charming, blonde Mary, proof of the
beauty of Texas, has stood high in most of
het classes. Easily malcing friends and
easily keeping them, Mary was always
popular. She was interested in the future
Jnly so far as graduation.
DOROTHY MERCEDES PORTER
Dot is 1 native of Pennsylvania but has
spent .lil tour years at A. H. S. Her
hobby is sailing, and he-r ambition?-well,
although she has not decided what field
to honor with her presence, we are sure
she will he successful in whatever one she
BARBARA JEAN Powaizs
Barb, an enthusiastic member of the
hcclcey team, chooses sports for whiling
away the time. Having taken typing as a
part of her business course, she desires
to Hold a position as typist upon gradua-
Rosen E. Qumszsriaor
Bob, possessor of a Hne bass voice, greatly
contributed to our A Cappella Choir. Bob,
whose hobby is radio designing, hopes to
be a radio engineer. With the knowledge
he already has, we lcnow that he will be
suicessful in this line.
I iELEN BELVA RAWLINGS
Helen, one of our blue-eyed blondes, hails
from Baltimore, Maryland, Her four
years at Annapolis have proven to all of
us that she will make a good teacher---her
ALVIN FRANKLIN Rai-iN
l'lAkRll.I1' ROOKER Riu-iAiws
Vivatious Harriet, wiili het mimitabli:
ilmrter, eould probably sell the Fioolclyn
Bridge and was well chosen as liead ol' the
Pqitroii Committee. WH- doubt that slu-
will ever achieve her iinbition of sleeping
all day. but she lids nlrczicly made a success
ol' ber hobby of "collecting fun."
RICHARD FAYNH ROBERTS
Reserved, with a quiet humor, Al'-in has
spent four years haunting the halls of
A. H, S. He is a valuable member of
the school orchestra .md it will be big
loss when he graduates. Easy-going, he
has no parufular ambition.
Jiclt, that veiy dailc-haired senior, was
boin in Shamolcin, l'i-imsylvania, und has
bein with us for two years. His hobby
is drawing but his ambition, after gradu-
ation, is to be a tail gunner in the Marine
Believe it or not thosc good-looking clothes
you've admired on Bea are a product of
her own needlework. Ben, who was born
in Marcus Hook, Pa., hopes to join the
Cadet Nursing Corps as soon as possible.
JOAN LINDSAY SACREY
Pretty Poco, with the very dark hair and
eyes, spends her spare time dancing to
the latest solid platters. She can easily
be spotted in the halls by her bright plaid
shirts. Upon graduation, she, too, wants
to he 3 HUYSE.
MARGARET EVELYN Romans
Lynne is a sweet, blue-eyed blonde who
makes dancing and adding to her Memory
Book her hobbies. By the time this is pu-
lishecl, she will have accomplished her am-
bition of graduating in '44,
MARILYN JANE Romans
V Blonde, blushing Mimi, with that dewy
eyed innocent air, longs for the smell
of antiseptics, the sound of crepe soles
on the corridors, and the silence of sick
ness. Thatls right! She wants to be a
nurse, but until then she's fascinated with
accents, especially southern ones, although
she is a Yankee.
Nixoivu ETHEL SAUNDERS
Naomi is a pretty auburn-haired gal that
has been a joy to Annapolis High. She
can frequently be found playing the piano
and played for all assembly programs.
We hope she will achieve her ambition of
sailing around the world.
BEVERLY JEAN SCHULTZ
Good-natured Bev whiles the time away
playing popular tunes on the piano. She
has the rather different combination of
brown eyes and blonde hair. Her Aca-
demic Course is "prepping', her for her
future in the nursing world.
NELSON -lol-IN SEARS
That very quiet and short fellow who
answers to the name of Nelson, was horn
in Baltimore County, Maryland. He has
spent four years at A. H. S. and has
now realized his ambition, which was to
DOROTHY MAY SEDLACEK
Dotty, bubbling over with vitality, loves
to have at good time. Her gay laughter
easily makes her the center of any group.
VC'ith her fine figure and flair for clothes
it is likely she will realize her ambition
to bc a model
RAYMOND Si-mum f-iN
Raymond, although horn in Xvilminglun,
Delaware, has hue-ii .1 ftuuilzar member uf
A. H. S. for loin years. His hobby is
building airplane models .mtl so when
Uncle Sam semi, Raymond "Greetings"
it's an even bei ive'll sec him in the Air
FRAN1-:LIN SLACUM NA U L
For four years Rita made intra-mural and
varsity arhlem teams. Although born
way clcwn somlv in Charlottesville, Vir-
ginia, Rita hm- lived almost all of her
life in Crahtmizm. Another of cur air-
mincled senior: Rita may someday soon
fly around the world .md thereby realize
Fun-loving Frankie is '44's smallest boy,
but this cloesrft hinder him, After gradu-
ation he wants to tml the Seven Seas as a
sailor in Uncle Sam's Navy. Smooth sail-
JOSEPH SMALL QT YV'-2
Joe, that tall boy with the wavy hair, has
remained undiscovered at A. H. S. For
four long years. He likes to collect pic-
tures and to build model planes, so we are
not surprised that he intends to be an
Army pilot. Happy landings, joe!
WILLIAM CLYDE SMITH yi, rug!
Although a newcomer to this school, one
can not overlook tall, dairlz, .Ind handsome
Billy, who is noted for his good-looking
clothes and shyness. He is a member of
the seronautics class and, though he has
no definite plans for the future, the odds
are Z-1 he'll be drafted.
EVELYN MILDRED SPEAKS
Evelyn is one of those efficient members
of Mrs. Musterinan's office staff. Born in
Eastport, she has spent four years here
at A. H. S. Evelyn's course lay along
the commercial line and with her record
she should become the good secretary she
hopes to bc.
DOROTHY BARBARA SMITH
l'Having fun" is Dot's hobby but she has
her serious, studious moments as can be
shown by her high commercial standing.
She wants to be a secretary as you have
probably guessed and lucky will be the
employer who will dictate to her.
Kenn hails from San Pedro, California.
She collects anything and everything and
so has quite an interesting and varied
hobby. At the present, Kenn has no par-
ticular ambition, but we lcnow she will be
successful in whatever she attempts.
ALICE MAY SPRINGFIELD
Alice, an Annapolitan, is fond of collect-
ing photographs, and is the proud pos-
sessor of several bulging scrapboolrs. She
would like to become a nurse. Perhaps
one of these days, you'll have an opera,
tion and regain consciousness to find your-
self staring up into the face of Miss
Rosa MARIE SPRINGFIELD
Re, a very quiet girl with a sense of
humor, majored in Homemalcing. Her
worl: in this subject will help her to be-
come an excellent housewife. Best of
luck to you in the future, Re.
VERNON BUCHANAN STINCHCOMB
Vernon's personality has won him many
friends at A. H. S. His ambition is to
be six feet six inches tall. His versatility
and ability to get along with anyone will
probably serve him well in whatever voca-
tion he may choose.
MARTHA MARIAN SUIT
Small Martha has a charming laugh, but
seems rather quiet until you get to lcnow
her. She is one of A. H. Sfs most speedy
typists. Participating in many activities,
she: was a great help to the Tally-Ho staff.
AMES EDWIN THOMPSON
Jimmy is one of our ambitious seniors and
a hard-working member of our traffic
squad, If you lcnow him long enough you
will learn that his interests lie in the field
of science, Jim always has a smile on his
face and seldom lets anything get him
REBECCA CHRISTINE THOMPSON
This blue-eyed miss from Crabtown was
one of our most brilliant students. Though
a conscientious worlcer she still finds time
to cut a rug with some lucky fellow.
After graduation she wants to become fi
private secretary or accountant. Success
in any tall: you undertake, Becky!
WILLIAM OWEN TERRY
You may see Bill's sandy hair and smiling
face everywhere. Never tiring of teasing
and having a good time, Bill, a native of
Annapolis, has proven himself a very good
FRANCES HILDA THOMAS
Tommie is an attractive and pleasant
person with a winning way. She hopes
to become a beautician. Although film IS
scarce, her hobby of collecting photo
graphs while: away any free moments she
MARY Lois TURNER
Busy chatter, naturally curly hair, and a
ready smile all distinguish Lois. In the
future she hopes to be more serious and
less talkative, Her ambition is to be an
air srewardess and with her personality
and ability to get along with people we're
sure she'll be successful in this Field,
THOMAS N. VINSON
Tommie, who plays the tenor sax for the
,Music Makers, is a really solid sender.
He may be seen rushing around the halls
transactirig the business for our WAKE.
He should prove successful in his ambi-
fi0l'l to bEC0lT!Q E1 research Chemist.
RUTH GERTRUDE THOMPSON
Tommie can always be seen studying her
English while running down the hall to
third period class. With a wonderful
personality we're sure Ruth will malce lots
of friends when she travels around the
world, Are you going to stop at Massa-
chusetts first, Tommie? Bon Voyage!
EARL THOMSON, JR.
Tommy, alias the "Flash," has made
quite a name for himself at A. H. S.
through his activities in connection with
the WAKE, Tally-Ho, and the Hi-Y Club,
His ambition, believe it or not, is to be
a doctor. In the meantime, he passes
the time collecting autographed "pics" of
movie stars. fPin-ups, no doubtlj
ROBERT REDMOND WEBER
Long, lean, and' living is a description of
oob, whose ambition is to attend the
Naval Academy. In the meantime Bob
makes profitable use of his, time by dabbl-
ing in mechanical engineering.
ROBERT BOND WELCH
Bob is one of our most active seniors,
being the Assistant Editor of our year
bool: and a valuable member of the Traf
fic Squad. His six feet three inches is
often seen at our school dances. Bob
intends to follow in the footsteps of his
father and become a doctor.
JEAN FOREST WHIUINGTON
jean, one of our smallest seniors, is very
much interested in sports and was one of
the few who came out for cheer-leading.
Taking the Commercial Course, she is
naturally interested in hecoming a secre-
Huanmfr LYNN W1I.LIAh4S
A call, quiet trnllic ofiirrr, Herhls an-ibi.
tion is to join the Navy. At A. H, S.,
where he has been for four years, he is
known for his good humor. Herb passes
aw-xy his time with talented piano playing.
BETTY LEE WILSON
Adorable Lee, of Illinois, is a newcomer to
A. H. S, this year. Her big brown eyes,
charming laugh, and never-ending stream
of jokes malce her a desirable personality
lil any crowd. She seems to be headed for
college hut .it the present shi: has no par-
KATHERINE BARRINGTON WINN
Kitty, one of our most popular seniors
and Literary Editor of the WAKE, is a
:ute vivacious brunette who wants to
travel. Whether by plane or train, she'll
always travel far in the aHections of those
who fall under the spell of her long-
lashed brown eyes and ever-ready giggle.
JAMES FRANKLIN WII.LlAMS
jimmy 'NU V9
Jimmy, one of our most athletic seniors,
should he well prepared for his future in
the Merchant Marine, since he is com-
pletely at home on the water. During
his high school years he majored in
blondes, brunettes, and redheads. He will
be remembered as one of those traffic clic-
crs for whom no traffic was good traffic.
JANE BERNICE WILLIAMS
Reds, a well-lcnown girl about A. H S
for the past four years, desires to become
a nurse. She is always ready to lend A
helping hand. Her cheerful disnosinnn
and academic training will help her ro
be a good nurse.
E'rH1.YNN ELAINE WOODBURN
Although Elaine may iyyi-iir to be very
quiet, she is really bubbling over with per-
sonality. Woodyls swear disposition and
gay air will he a great help in her future
GILBERT BYRON SHAW Q1
Gil, a native Annapolitan, was sworn
into the U. S. Army Air Corps while
in his Senior ycar, He was the main-
stay of the Music Makers brass section,
playing first trumpet. His good nature
and ready smile have made him one of
the outstanding personalities of the
SYLVAN MARTIN WUT
Pop, an active member of die traffic squad,
aspires to holcl a job as a machinist upon
graduation. His shop course will help
him to be a great success. Sticlc to it Pop,
the Army will give you more training.
JAMES OWEN Woon
XVoocly is that short guy you often saw
clashing through the halls of A. H S
He was known for his solid trumpet play
ing in the A. H. S. orchestra, His ambi
tion is to be a gunner on a bomber.
,Qt ' X , l.
Gsl on Qslcimenl
We, the class of 1944, being oflsound mind and body, do ordain and declare
this to be our last will and testament. Our unusual accomplishments in general we
leave to the lucky student body that remains here after our passing.
' ARTICLE II
Those talents which warrant special consideration are enumerated below:
Section I. Virginia Lee Evans leaves her dimples to Sarah Stallings.
Section II. Dorothy Sedlacek leaves her wool socks to Nancy Slams.
Section III. Arline Duvall leaves her homework worries to any Junior with a good supply of aspirin.
Section IV. Ruth Thompson leaves Massachusetts to any good Yankee.
Tection V Betty Piehler leaves her slacks rolled up to the knees to Marilyn Escil.
Section VI. Kay Koorice leaves her brilliant mind to any moron.
Section VII. Pat Atison leaves her men worries to anyone foolish enough to worry about them.
Section VIII. Margaret Rogers leaves her giggle to next year's Social Science IV class.
Section IX. Teddy Ball leaves his long legs and few inches of height to Cosimo Abato.
Section X. Joan Sacrey leaves her plaid wool shirts and bright shoes to Katherine Morrow.
Section XI. Peggy Klyman leaves her charming mannerisms no Peggy Ann Boldizar.
Section XII. Nancy Humphreys leaves het harlequins to Mary Delmar Brice.
Section XIII. Third period English IV I'Miu Coxl class leaves its Madaeth notes to the junior class.
Section XIV. Eileen Hannon leaves her adding machine to the cafeteria.
Section XV. Corine Keller leaves her shorthand book to some brave Junior who ventures into the
Section XVI. Bill Terry lava his undone homework to anyone who is lazy.
Section XVII. Jean Whittington leaves all her extra inches to Mary Lou Whittington.
Section XVIII. The Sodal Science IV class leaves its arguments and debates to anyone who has
courage enough to take them on and who doesn't care about passing.
PHX. Pat Dickinson leaves her photography editorship and all its headaches to Huey Auld.
XX. Ben Backer leaves the Tally-Ho to the next editor and staff.
XXI. Eugenie Lee leaves the Girls' Phy. Ed. Oice to the Phy. Ed. instructors, Miss johnson
and Miss Whattom I '
Section XXII. Tom Ball leaves school to Jimmy Biting.
Secdon XXIII. Nancy Molter leaves Art I, II, III, and IV to Mr. Edward's youngest.
Section XXIV. Stuart leaves physics to Mrs. Justia.
Section XXV. Tom Iilnbidle leaves Miss Russel's Math. IV class to any mathematician who likes to
Section XXVI. Jeume Miner leaves her beautiful smile no Martha Kirkpatrick.
XXVII. Charlie Adams leaves Ti-nz Waits to next yeai-'s editor.
XXIX. Kitty Winn leaves her brown eyes Do Betty Kugler.
XXX. Bob Wddi leaves his height to Bill Vieth.
XXXI. Burdette Sanchez leaves his executive ability to next year's Senior president.
XXXH. Tommie Vinson leaves Macbeth to Miss Cox.
Duly signed and sealed this Z9 day of February in the year of our Lord MCMXLIX.
Witnessed by: ,
I NAL lipuon saczrrv riamvgn A
President 77.,,7,7, 7.,,Y B ILL CLEMENS
Vice President ,, MARGIE KLAKRING
Secretary ,,,, . RUTH ST. JOHN
CLASS GF 21
The class of 745 has distinguished itself as a cooperative and active class during the
past year. The most important event of the year was the junior Prom. The members and
ofhcers ol' the junior class worked untiringly to make this dance a huge success and one
that will be long remembered by the graduating class.
The juniors responded cooperatively to the War Bond Drive. They were second
in the tit-we for the year. The junior home room 209 was the first room to get 1002: in
the Red Cross Drive.
Several Junior members were added to the traffic squad in January. They did an ex-
cellent job in keeping order and advancing the betterment of our school. Manly Juniors
worked as assistant editors and reporters on the Tally-Ho staff. They are well prepared
and experienced to make next year's Tally-Ho a great success.
The class participated actively in the school sports. The girls' basketball team was
in second place for the championship. We are looking forward to some outstanding ath-
letes in next year's Senior class.
We hope that this class will prove itself to be as capable and elhcient as any of its
CIASS OF '4
Fir!! Row: A. Bounelis, W. Bollinger, Crawford,
E. Burris, M. D. Brice, H. Bievvrr, Miss Ross,
Strand ROW: W. Davidson, W. Clemens, D. Br.:-
slmars, Cooney, M. A. Kflmimcf-, Lf. Claim-ns
Third Row: R. Carrick, j. Douglierry, C. Burris,
W. Cart, C. Bradford, M. L. Collinson, Nl
Cook, D. Cullumber, D. Carter.
First Rwv: W. Hardesty, B. Jones, E. Hopkins. P.
Half, Mrs. Justis.
Second Row: B. Ennis, Holland, ll. Kerr, B
Third Row: A. Kimball., Fallon. D Earle
Faurllv Row: E. Florestaim. If Dempsey. J lfllison,
First Row: Miss Horn, j. Basilier, A. Alvanos, A.
Ball, R. Ackenbaclc, W. Bell, L. Basil.
Second Row: R. A. Barney, V. Bassford, Alex-
ander, B. M. Bishop, B. Baker, C. Baker, G.
Third Rauf: D. M. Barney, C. Beale, F. Boettchcr,
A. Anderson, C. Avery, P. Anderson.
Fourth Row: W. Bayliil. II. Bailey, G. Stevens
First Row: Miss Curd, C. Dittman, A. Diamond,
B. Hallock, Nl. Dee, Herring, Delgado,
C. Gilden, P. Halpinc.
Second Row: A. Edwards, B. Henry, K. Haas,
A. Forbes, D. Hayes, R. Higgs, M. L. Del,
linger, C. Callaghan, S. Dawson, M. Escil.
Third Row: M. Goddard, A. M. Hanclce, A.
Davis, B. Drew, B. L. Day, D. Hartge, A.
Gaw, E. Easterday.
CLASS OF '45
First Row: Mrs. Dunwr-ll, B. Prirltinson, L. Bender
S. Mtifiirrliy, M Mvvrs, M. Pennington, S
iJk'llHil'QLLUll, Paint:-r, ll lVlustvrm:m, Nor-
Wuutl , . L'dtil'.
Second Rana' Il. Piirnly, A. Murray. F. Panetti, B
Nlrffnrinitlt, M. lN'lw-rs. J. Nowell, F. Orr, J
Tlviul Rauf: B. North, I.. Phillips, Pancoast,
Theres.: Ocktaver. J. Newell. W. Noland, S
First Row: Miss Keyser, Stalling, S. Stalling,
A. Wagner, A. Winchell, E. Swann, B. Stev-
ens, M. Stubbs, E. Thompson, R. Ward, V.
Second Row: Wfilson, V. Vickers, Zellco, H.
Tucker, T. Stevens, F, Sipe, Thomas, A.
Stewart, G. Sylvia, M. Stallings, L, Smith.
Third Row: A. Wayson, B. Walkerx, D. White,
Srerlin B, Washin ron, M. Windsor, B. Wil-
liams, R. St. John.
Firsl Row: J. Jensen, M. Hopkins, A. Murray, M
Klaltring, B. Lamb, B, Lincoln, M. Meyett
.Srrmzd Row: R. Stinchcomb, J. Johnston, J. Hoff
man, M. Luff, K. Morrow, L. King, Laga
kos, E. Kohr.
l'!7ira' Row: D. Le Coinpte, Jefferson, G. Leitch
M. U. Landers, H. Hiatt, B. Kugler, M, Mur-
I"uurIfJ li'r-11: O. Monscn, D. Lee, R. King, T
Kauffman, D. Herring,
First Row: Miss Garclngr, B. Rusteberg, L. Smith
F. Scheiefer, XV. Purdy, B. Party, C. Rawlins
R. Sherbert, J. Parry.
Second Row: M. Short, B. Snavely, A, Smith, B.
Sewell, T. Salcers, L, Perkins, A. Thompson
Third Row: E. Sires, N. Slama, R. Springfield, J
Shelley, E. Scherger, C. Rogers, Scible, M
Fourlfv Raw: T. Rothe, N. Slaven, B. Sheclcels, M
Shoitt. N. Paxson, B. Roth, N. Sands.
CIASS OF '46
Fmt Row: Miss Marking, R. Bassford, E. Conrad
J. Brenneman, H. Auld, N. Cope, R. Carter,
.Second Row: K. Cole, M. Carlson, M. Atwell,
D. Clark, D. Dawson, S, Alvey, M. E. Brown
Third Row: Aubrey, C. Allen, D. Daniels,
B. Blaher, R, Arison, A. Casey, A. Carr, L
L, Aroquith, M, Davis, B. Cohen, O. Bowen
E. Crawford, H. Bouchal.
Fur! Row: Miss l"logan, lVl. Hall, M. Jay, D
Jones, K, Haff, N. ldcrring, W. Dusinberre
S. Elder, D. Fowler, J. Eirmg,
Second Row: H Howard, G. Hardesty, R. Hardin,
C. Hardin, R. Higgins, A. Housley, S. High
tower, C. Hugg, KV. Higgs.
Third Row: W. Heisler, L. Housley, L. Hall, B
James, D. Jones, N. Hallock, W. Duvall, P
Gallagher, F. Gasperich, J. Heise, T. Dudley.
Fourth Row: B. Hooper, H. Earle, G. Hall. F.
oiuzh Row: H. Brnusuin, J. Cormar, C. Butler,
R OOM 308
l"ir.it Row: N. l... Fox, R. Decker, W. Butler, M.
Diggings, P. Farrell. B. L. Grine, I. Dawson,
Second Row: Carrigan. L. Gearing, W. Coney,
J. Curlott, W. Crandall, D. Deale.
Third Row: D. Duvall, J. Diamond, D. Church-
well, J. Greet-iacrc, P. Donald, J. Gralley, W.
Fourth Row: A. Eisenstoin, P. Cullins, S, Carmack,
R. Chambers, R. Church. M. Finkle, E. Gallo-
First Row: Miss Noble, R. Strange, J. Stuart, D
Treat, E. Thompson.
Second Row: J. Thomas, J. Stratton, J. Taylor.
Third Row: M. Trevillion, C. Tucker, Weinberg,
Fourth Row: S. Tucker, R. Still, B. Vieth, A.
Fin! Roar: Mr. Frlwiirls. XV Sinclair. A. Spcicl-ner,
H. Parlciusun. A, Su-.lu-rx
Sezund Row: R. Suu, l', SLCVVCIIT. P Ross, D
Slcwnrt, lf. Suu,
Third Row: ,l. Nuilinlk. R. Slnml. M. Sodenskv.
R. Sleward, ll Su-vs-m.
Fourth Row: H. juries, M. Suit, G. Spaulding,
L. Russel, l, Sir-cle, R. Evans,
First Row: Mrs. Bowles, H. Reed, G. Manis, B
Purdy, Norwood, G. McGuckian, Sears,
Second Row: W. Murchake, T. La Mamna, G
Sclmultz, B. Kerr, M, Pratt, Sears, M. Smith,
Tfzird Roar: F, Ridgcway, L. Slcoch, J. Lee, L
Masselinli, M. Sinclair, P. jones, R. Kanakanui.
Fourth Row: R. Run. D Morgan, R, King, L.
Read, B. Run. lx. l.:1ub. T. McLean.
Fir!! Row: O. van den Berg, C West, P. Wirth,
M. Wyixrie, VU. Xwoml. Miss Hziwlcins.
Seronu' Row: XV. W'.ui.l, P. Vffinclnell, T. Wox'rh-
ingtun, T. xVllllill1X5.
Tbrrd Roar: H, Williarixs, D. Buck, A. Wllit-
tingtnn. B, Wfillinms, R. Wfood, l,. Wlmite,
H.. Wfavson, M. Wfillrams, V, Xvlxite.
Fircr Row: D. Duvall. G. Brandstardt, B. Basil.
A. Aldcrron. S. Bnlu-r. Mrs. He-nigan.
Sc't'07ll1l Row: H. Bcl1ll4c,',l. Barlow, A. Basil, A.
Avcry, Ausain, D. Barlow.
Third Row: F. Andcifson, E. Armiger, M. Bausan,
B. Oaks. L. Bnsilierv, Brandenburg, L.
Furl Rmv: Mrs Rominc. U. Nlariin. N. Kittingei,
Nl, l.im'nln, S. Nlculiiiis,
.Qcfmzif Kon: N Nlycrs. M. Milkny, lVl lVlyers,
Tlwd Non: K. Middleton, A Morgan, M. Meyer,
Fourtlv Row: I. Marshall, M. Layne, P. Meyert,
CIASS O 547'
First ROW: Mrs. Clayton, Calabrese, Ball,
N. Brown, E. Bates, C. Collison, F. Arro-
wood, B. Branham, E. Albright.
Second Row: B. Bass, C. Abato, A. Asquith, W.
Anderson, D. Cook, C. Armiger, J. A. Ander-
son, L. Blessing, P. Barlett.
Third Row: C. Busto, P, Beard, N. Cammarata,
R. Asquith, L. Howard, J. Burger, J. Ander-
son, A. Bellais, B. Baker, R. Barrett.
Fourth Row: G. Aisquith, W. Bennett, H. Ayres,
P. Boldizar, G, Bachman, A. Agapitos, D.
First Row: Miss Kibler, B. Dudley, L. Fox, B. Hill,
R. Hall, G. Ford, M. English, M. Halpine,
Second Row: F. Galloway, E. Hagood, K. Hopkins,
A. Erickson, A. Hartge, R. Duncan, E.
,I-lodges, C. Handy, S. Heise, P. Gerrior.
Third Row: R. Frantom, R. Hepler, Eilers,
Grady, G. Farmer, N. Faust, M. Fox, D.
Fourth Row: E. Ellison, F. Frantum, M. Hardesty,
E. Elliot, M. Haywood.
First Row: G. Carr, S. Dawson, P. Cantler, C.
Brice, A. Brice, H. Cook, C. Dempsey, H.
Evans, M. Doepkins, Miss Hicks.
Second Row: C. Carrigan, M. Cronin, D. Di Leo,
C. Euald, H. Daniels, M. Dauer.
Third Row: R. Bradshaw, R. Como, N. Dawson,
M. Decker, W. Holtan, M. E. Cullember,
R. Coney, D. Cassatd.
Fourth Row: M. E. Dull, J. Hartford, P. Easter-
clay, S. Friedel, S. Cutler.
ROOM 304 '
Firxt Row: D. Cavanaugh, N. Ljungquist, P. Lan-
caster, G. Miller, Lisowsky, Miss Fahs.
Second Row: A. Moore, K. Lamb, J. Hogan, R.
Heagle, H. Kaufman, K. Lisowsky.
Third Row: B. Jones, Joachim, Leitch,
P. Kirtchner, C. Monday, D. Lomboy.
Second Row: N. Rowman, L. Swallow, H. Srnyder
CLASS F ,471
First Row: Mr. Norris,, E. Guill, F. Bausurn,
V. Lee, R. Smith, R. Taylor, G. Lucas, J
Second Row: W. Phipps, G. Emriclc, V. Donald
son, L. Wilson, W. Kies, D. Roberts, A
Third Row: B. Mills, H. Lawson, D. Hall, W.
Dietz, T. Williams, W. Decker.
Fourth Row: S. Freeman, J. Clow, B. Bassford,
A. Galloway, D. Casey, C. Leitch, R. Klalcring,
First Row: Miss Russ, S. Taylor, F. Speaks, R.
Kumow, M. Richman, R. Stevens, Sames.
Rs Seger, I. Sutphin, M. Roth, J. Swallowl
Third Row: S. Swallow, T. Russell, E. Stinchcomb,
G. Parkinson, R. Reichel, D. Steward, N. Stotz.
First Row: P. Wayson, D. Willett, G. Sylvia
Frrrt Row: C. Middlebrook, R. Rehn, Melvin
Miller, R. Meade, I. Schultz, N. Sadler, L.
Thompson, H. O'Neale, Mrs. Pierce.
Second Row: T. Miller, G, Miller, D. Schneider,
S. Murray, G. Kent, A. Pistolas.
Third Row: B. Sadler, M. Smith, D. Stallings,
T. Skislalc, R. Murphy, E. Smith, J. McCor-
mick, M. E. Robinson.
Fourth Row: D. Meese, K. Pohlner, G. Rawlings,
B. Morris, C. Saltzman, M. Rehn, H.
Musterman, B. Norwood.
G. Woefel, C. Winter, I. Topping, Mrsl
Second Row: S. Wwlford, D. Woolford, C. Whit-
tington, H. Waterman, C. Wirth, P. Winn,
M. L. Whittington.
Third Row: J. Williams, K. van cler Berg, S. Davis,
H. Windsor, C. Stinchcomb, B. Wysong,
N. Wagner, Willingham, C. Taylor.
, Fourth Row: M. Tyler, M. Meiderman, B. Yat,
P. Washington, S. Williams, M. White, H.
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Rini SKORDAS, TOMMY Tx-toMsoN
All the staff of THE WAKE of '44 have worked diligently to make thisyear book
one which, in later years, will vividly remind us of our pleasant years at A.H.S.
The Patron Staff, aided by the student body, reached its quota in patronsg the
Literary Staff did a Hne job on the various school activities and senior write-upsg the
Circulation Staff encouraged the students to buy year books, and from the way che orders
came in they must have done a good job. The other members of the staff worlcied effici-
ently to make this year book a success and one of which we may be proud.
CIRCULATION STAFF PATRON COMMITTEE
Miss Lauretta G. Mccusker, Mrs. Howard A. Kiuhart
STUDE T GIQGANIZATION
Miss Barbara Keyser, Miss Marion Gardner
THE STUDENT CUUNCIL
President .,..,, ,, . TOM BALI.
Vice president , , , . . . i Boa MUTH
Secretary , . . 4 LEONARD CARLSON
Treasurer ..4.,,....., , s , , . , . . MARY JEAN CASEY
Student Government was started last year as a successor to the Students Activities
Committee. This year, under the leadership of its officers, it has continued its good worlc
of taking care of the count.
Stunt Night and Budget Pass sales, both very successful activities, were carried on by
the Legislature. This year the Social Committee has united with the Student Government
and has charge of all the social affairs around school, such as the S. C. Jamboree and the
formal dances. Also, this year, a new program of bi-weekly dances was introduced which
everyone enjoyed very much.
Once more Stunt Night proved to be a big hit. Cosimo Abato's solid senders claimed
hrst prize this year, while A.H.S.'s own ballet corps, the Traffic Squad, won second prize, and
john Nowell won third prize with his beautiful rendition of Old M611 River. In add-ition
there were hula dancers, singers, impersonations, and, of course, the Faculty Skit.
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"A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening"
ASSEM BLV CGMMITTEE
The Assembly Committee, co-operating with the Music department, has been respon-
sible for our interesting and educational assemblies. Due to the extra period that was added
this year, our assemblies were cut to only two a month but on these occasions the committee
uutdid themselves. Those beautiful costumes of the Christmas Assemibly, the line music of the
Music Assembly, and the excellent movies for the South American Assembly will long be a
credit to the members of the committee.
The riesponsibilities for the assemblies fall largely upon Mary Delma Brice as stu-
dent chairman, and Miss Noble as supervisor, aided by the following committee chairmen:
Anthony Winchell, properties committeeg Betty Hopkins and Betty Schwalier, cos-
tumes and make-up committee, Tommy Thomson, backstage committeeg Bill Ferguson,
Colors committee, Helen Cox, typing staff, and Naomi Saunders, music committee.
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The Annapolis High School Orchestra, under the direction of Miss Mary Jo Russ,
has been one of the most outstanding musical organizations of the year. For two years
now, the orchestra has been meeting daily on the last period as a regular class. Bob Much
as president, and Tommie Vinson as librarian help keep the orchestra organized. Ar the
end of the year the members receive regular grades and M of a credit. We have the orches-
tra to thank for the stirring marches chat lent so much to the past assemblies.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
THE GYPSY ROVER"
The Music Makers, Lmder the direction of Cosimo
Abato, have furnished that solid music for the Student Gov-
ernment bi-weekly dances, numerous Hi-Y dances, and
several holiday dances.
Made up mostly of seniors, the Music Makers was one
of the most popular organizations at school and gave us a
year of wonderful music.
Editor-in-Chief .. ..., BEATRICE BACKER
Assistant Editor , BETTY SHECKELLS
Feature Editor ,,,. NANCY SLAVEN
News Editor . . . . MARTHA KIRKPATRICK
Exchange and Alumni Editor , . SARAH STALLINGS
Sport: Editors . 4 ..,...,, , RITA SKORDAS AND TOMMY THOMSON
Tally-Ho, the bi-weekly students' newspaper, was started in 1937 as a mimeographed
paper and is now one of Marylancl's superior commercially printed school papers and a mem-
ber of the National Scholastic Press Association. The able supervision of Miss Kihler, as
faculty aclvisor, and Beatrice Backer, as editor-in-chief, made our paper a fine one again this
year. "Main Hall Chatter" was the most widely-read column, along with the accurate news,
features, sports stories, ancl a few pictures. The Tally-Ho cleserves a vote of praise as a
major interest in our school life.
MISS KATHARINE KIBLER
The Art Service, one of the oldest organizations in our school, has many important
functions and does for the school many worthy services. Many of the bright colored posters
seen on the walls advertising assemblies, dances, and other' school activities are made by
Mr. Edwards is the advisor of the group, whose ofiicers are president, Betty Kugler,
and secretary-treasurer, Pat I'Ialpine.
STUDENT LIBIQAIQY COUNCIL
The Student Library Council is that all-important organization which helps to keep
the library running smoothly. The Council is composed of representatives from each home
room. Their work consists of charging books, checking stacks, and working on various
The Inner Council members are the president, Betty Sheclcellsg vice-president, Edgar
Donaldson, secretary treasurer, June Shelley, Ronald Shaw and Laura Bonney.
THE BOND CGMMITTEE
The Bond Committee has done a great deal for Our Natiox-is War Eifort by selling
bonds and stamps each morning in the main hall and home rooms. U
A bond rally was held on December 7th at which 520,020 worth of equipment was
presented to the Armed forces. Burdette Sanchez representing the senior and leading class,
presented an aerial camera, a flying glider, and a 35-foot rearrning boat to the Navyg
while Bill Clemens, representing the junior class, presented 2 jeeps, 1 quaclc, and a flying
jeep to the Arrny. As a result of the sales the Minute Man Hag was presented to the
THE TIQAFHC SQUAD
This year the Traflic Squad had to contend with the changed schedule, puft
in to allow the physical education period set-up. Under this plan two lunch peri-
ods were adopted and it was the job of the Squad to keep them running smoothly,
along with the usual fire drills, air raid alerts, and regulation of traic in the halls.
Last year's plan of four captains during the year was continued and a traEc
court, comprised of students, was formed as usual.
Again this year the TraEc Squad participated in Stunt Night and took
second prize for its "Gay Nineties Review."
"To create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community high standards of Christian
character," is the creed of the Annapolis Hi-Y club,
which was founded on December 9, 1943. The Hi-Y
club is fast becoming the most popular club in school.
It has been represented in many important
events, such as the twentieth and twenty-first Older
Boys Conferences, the Hi-Y Girl Reserve Conference,
and the New York, New Jersey, and Marylaiid Model
The officers of this past year's club are Bob lVluth,
presidentg Gilbert Shaw, vice-presidentg Tom Ball, sec-
retaryg Tommy Thomson, treasurerg and Jimmy Wil-
TI'l E GIIQL IQESEIQVES
The Girl Reserves, sponsored by the Y.W.C.A., has done much to provide an inter-
esting pastime for many of the teen-age girls. Cooperating with the Hi-Y, it did much to
bring about the opening of the Teen-Age Tavern and many will remember the successful
"boy and girln parties, dances, and other educational enjoyments.
Just recently started, the Girl Reserves has been prospering under the leadership of
Sarah Stallings as presidentg Mary Lou Dellinger as vice-presidentg June Shelley as secretary.
and jo Anne Garner as treasurer.
BOYS' ATH LETIC5
Because of the war, boys' varsity athletics were abolished again this year. Intra-
murals were also dropped because of the two lunch periods which were adopted. Sports
were not forgotten, however, and an after-school sports program was begun. It met with
great success and was received eagerly by the students.
. The Fall after-school program was dominated by soccer and touch football, touch
football proving to be the major factor of the program. It was the big drawing card of the
season for it was the first time football had been played at Annapolis High School for twelve
years. Each class had a team and after several 'hard fought games the juniors captured
the football crown. Soccer, the other sport in the program was also played, but the stu-
dents really went for touch football and we hope that it will be continued in the future.
Basketball was the big drawing card of the winter sports program. There was only
one league this year insteadlof the two divisions of last year. The teams this year were the
Ramblers, Zombies, Wlildcats, Wolves, Baslceteers, Skunks, Hellcats, Termites, Hobos, and
the Cagers. The Ramblers and the Zombies came out on top and the Termites and Skunks
brought up the rear.
CSIIQLS, MH LETIC5
This year's sports program was. drastically cut due to the shortened lunch periods.
Since it was necessary to eliminate noon-hour intramurals, and since lack of transportation
facilities had already done away with varsity sports, a large-scale after-school intramural
program had to he devised.
Under the direction of the coaches, Miss Johnson and .Miss Wharton, Eugenie Lee,
as manager, Betty Lou Day as her assistant, and several other students got together to set
up a smooth-working system.
The juniors emerged as hockey champs after a rather unsuccessful fall season. The
class teams were the only ones to be gotten up. Basketball was, as it usually is, the high-
spot of the year's sports program. The Seniors captured the championship in the finalls
which were played-off among the teams who attained first place in their respective leagues.
Besides the seniors who represented the class league, the Straightshooters and the Sliclcers
vied for championship for the blue and maroon leagues.
Those who signed up for participation in the spring program were divided into
leagues. One was made up of teams which were a mixture of the four classes, and the
other of class teams. The sports played during the spring season were badminton, softball,
volleyball, paddle tennis, deck tennis, and ping-pong.
The members of the teams and the individual competitors were awarded letters or
bars on a point system.
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MISS ANNAPOLIS HIGH SCI-IOOI
Best Dancers 65 Most Sfudious
Best Personality ' wif-riest
Pfeffiesf EYBS 1 Preftiesl' Smile
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Best Figure Best Physique
Abby Brewster . , ..... Beatrice Backer
Reverend Dr. Harper. . .Burdette Sanchez
Teddy Brewster, , A . Donald Kolb
Officer Brophy ,Thomas Hiltabidle
Officer Klein ,,e, ,,e,., Herbert Armiger
Martha Brewster , . . Dorothy Porter
Elaine Harper ,.,r., Mary Jean Casey
Mortimer Brewster ....... Robert Welch
Mr. Gibbs ......,...,. Jack Musterman
Jonathan Brewster ....... James Williams
Dr. Einstein .....,..,. James Thompson
Officer O7-Iarq, . Herman Ellinghausen
Lieutenant Rooney ,...,,. Charles Adams
Mr. Witherspoon. Stuart Hopkins
The hit of Broadway, Arsenic and Old Lace, was this year the hit of Annapolis High
School. A mystery comedy dealing with two kindly old ladies, thirteen corpses, a gruesome
twosome, a few craclcpots, and the inevitable couple in love, Arsenal' and Old Lace made the
Auditorium ring with laughter and thrill with chills. .
Credit must be given not only to the very talented actors but also to the various hard-
working committees which helped to make the play a success. They were .the stage crew,
malce-up, prompting, costume, publicity, programs, house management, tickets, and music.
Miss Cox, Senior Advisor, supervised the play which was ably directed by the Misses Kibler
The house was a sell-out and the proceeds will go as 'usual for the Senior Gift to the
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ALBRIGHTAS SOUND SERVICE -
THE ANNAPOLIS BANKING and TRUST
ARUNDEL BUS COMPANY
Compliments of CARLSO'N,S HOME
Compliments of CANTWELL and SON
CHARLII-3'S FRUIT and PRODUCE
CITY AWNING COMPANY
COLUMBIA JEWELRY STORE
DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA, CAPITOL
COUNCIL No. 92
JIM'S CORNER-Mr. and Mrs. James Leanos
JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY
STANLEY JONES GROCERY STORE
CHARLES F. LEE and COMPANY
McDOWELL, PYLE COMPANY
THE MUSIC MAKERS
Compliments of PALMER'S GARAGE
PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION of
A. H. S.
PLANE GEOMETRY III
SADLER'S HARDWARE STORE
W. Ti SHAWN, INC.
Compliments of HARRY WAHAB
ENGLISH III A
Mr. Henry Abrams
Mrs. Charles Adair
Emilie Schulz Adams
Algebra IA--3rd Period
Mrs. J. C. Aller
Mr. Charles Alvanos
Mrs. R. Gust Alvanos
American History-4th Period
Mrs. John K. Amoss
Lfmm Harry R. Anderson, R. N.
Annspoliran Tea Room
Pete Apollo '
Compliments of A. Bl P. Super Market
Comdr. Rae E. Arison
Mr. Willisxn Arnold
Mrs. Lillian D. Atwell
Harry C. Ayers, B. M. llc, U.S.N.
Mrs. and Mrs. A. K. Backer
Mrs. Ralph R. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Baldwin
Mr. Cook Banker:
Mrs. St. George Barber
Basil's Meat Market
Mrs. Carl G. Basil
Dr. and Mrs. George C. Basil
Nelson F. Basil, '43
Mr. and Mrs. Owens N. Basil
Mrs. Fred Bausam
Mrs. W. V. Beall
Mr. Charles Behllce
Mrs. Henry Behllre
Mr. C. E. Bellais
Lt, T. M. Bennett
Berman's Dress Shop
Leonard Berman, '43
Corporal Stanley Berman
Beta Iota Alpha Sorority
Petlfs Beauty Shop
Barbara Bixler, '43
Mrs. G. K. Black
Miss Jean Blum
Mr. Joseph Bodowslry
Miss Ethel S. Bond
Mr. Joseph Bouchal
Mr. J. Carson Boush
Fred M. Bowles
Mary M. Bowles, '44
R. Page Bowles, Jr.
Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. R. P. Bowles
Mrs. R. P. Bowles
Mrs. R. A. Bowie
Mrs. James A. Brady
Mrs. C. C. Bramble
Mr. Louis O. Brenan
Mrs. Charles L. Brewer
C. Carroll Brice
Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Brice
Major Harrison S. Brink
Mr. Samuel Brooke
Celia A. Broolu
J. P. Brumbaugh
The Bryan School
Miss Claire Burris
Mrs. W. Lee Burtis
Burt's Food Market
Mrs. W. P. Butler
Miss Catherine Cadle
Miss Catherine Callahan
Captain and Mrs. Joseph A. Callaghan
Nancy Callaghan, '44
Kenneth Cambron, U. S. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Cammarata
Mrs. .Margaret D. Campbell
Miss Margaret Canoll
Mr. D. C. Cantwell
Leonard Carlson, '44
Louis J. Carlson
George C. Carmilchael
Carr, Mears, and Dawson
Mr.S.unucl Carr, Jr.
Miss Estelle Carter
Mrs. F. M. Casey
Mrs. Alfred Wlrite Chandler, Jr.
Mrs. R. Gardiner Chaney
Mrs. C. A. Chappell
Mr. Gregory Charachles
Private. if.c.J George W. Clark,
Mr. Wiuiam Clatanof
Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Clemens
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cloud
Helen E. Cox, '44 '
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cox
Miss Mary Katherine Cox
Mrs. Edward Cummings l
Miss Mildred Curd
Mr. Harry Dauer
Mr. William F. Dauer
Miss Elizabeth Davis'
Mr. John Davis
Mrs. Royce P. Davis
Ruth E. Davis, '43
Lewis E. Dawson
Mrs. Thomas E. Dawson
Thomas E. Dawson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Deale
Francis L. Decker
Mr. and Mrs. P. Decker
Lt. George R. Deininger, U.S.N.R.
Joseph M. Dicey
Mildred Ayers Dodson
John E. Donald, '43
H. I. Dougherty
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Downey
Captain and Mrs. W. H. Doyle
Pvt. William H. Doyle, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Donal Drew
Mrs. O. Buoy Duckett
Ensign E. Waller Dudleyi
Mrs. Henry W. Duerbeclr
Mrs. Paul Dunleavy '
Mrs. Kenneth Dunwell
Miss Mamie Dutton
Carolyn Duvall '
Mr. C. Hayes Duvall
Mr. and Mrs. G. Cleveland Duvall,
Mr. Edward S. Duvall
Mr. James Duvall, Edgewater
Mrs. Kenneth Duvall
Miss May Duvall
Patricia Ann Duvall
Jean Page Dye, '43 '
Mrs. M. E. Eaton
Captain and Mrs. H. A. Edwards
Henry W. Eiring, '43
Mrs. H. L. Eiring
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Esenstein
Lt. James A. Elder, Jr.
James Tait Elder
Mrs. Charles Ellinghausen
Richard H. Elliott
English lA--Znd Period
English III C
English HI H
English, 3rd Period-Miss Davis
Mr. Joseph S. Enzinget '
Miss Mary Enzinger
Mrs. A. L. Evans
Pvt. ff. c.J Charles S. Evans
Virginia Lee Evans, '44
.William Henry Evans
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Evans, Sr.
Miss Emily Ewing
Lt. Robert M. Fay, U.S.A.A.F.
Bill Ferguson, "44
Mrs. Dalbert S. Fitch
Mr. and Mrs. G. Calvin Fitch
Mrs. A. Gordon Fleet
Miss Teresa Florestano
Captain and Mrs. Albert W. Fowbls
Miss Dorthy Fogwell
Fox's 5 and l0c Store
Mrs. Bertha B. Frandl
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fredenburgh
Mrs. William French
Frey and Sons
Mr. Leonard W. Gabrius
Mrs. Lyle Gaither
Mrs. Benjamin C. Galloway
James F. Gant
Mrs. L. G. Hall
Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. N. J. Hnlpine
Anna Mae Haneke, '45
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Hnneke
Miss Louise D. Hanelrs
Mr. William L. Haneks
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hannon
Mr. Jack Harriman
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hayman
Miss Margaret Lillian Hawkins
Health Class, Jr.-Sr. Boys--6th
Mrs. Sadie Henderson, Baltimore
Mr. C. Henly
Mrs. J. H. Herrin Eastport
Mrs. David M. Hgfoeskneit
Mrs. Henry G. Hiatt
Mr. Barney Higgins
Mrs. George J. Higgins
Mr. John P. Highland
Mr. Charles G. Hill
Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Hill, Glenburnie
Mr. Oliver S1 Hill, Glenburnie
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hiltabidle,
Miss Olivia P. Hinton
William Hoddaway V
Mr. Benjamin Hodges
Miss Christine Hogan
Mrs. Helen Sedlacek Holden
Miss Marion Gardner 1
Mrs. Hal R. Garner
Mrs. Francis G. Gasperich V
Mrs. Conrad S. Gaw
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gelhaus
General Math Class--V period
Mrs. Anne Gentile
Mrs. Hattie A. George
Mrs. A. W. Giddings
Commander G. R. Giet
The Gift Sho
Mrs. Eleanor Eosnell
Mrs. G. C. Gtalley
Mrs. Nickolas H. Green
Mrs. A. J. Greenacre
Miss Joan E. Greenburg
Mr. Joseph G. Gteenfeld, '32
Mr. and Mrs. A. Greengold
Mrs. Rose Guiens
Mrs. Louis Haff
Dr. H. H. l"iall
Hopkin's Furniture Store
Betty Hopkins, '45
Bob Hopkins, '43
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hopkins
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hopkins, III
John L. Hopkins, Jr., U.S.M.C.R.
Miss Henrietta Hopkins
Mr. Ben Hopping
Ben Hopping, '42
Miss Reba Horn
Mr. John Hornberger
Byrd Howard, C.M. Sfc
Miss Elizabeth E. Howard
Mr. I. R. Howard
Mrs. H. B. Hughes .
Mt. Moylan C. Hull
Mrs. Blanche Hume
Captain and Mrs. C. 0. Humphreys
Lee Hunzinker, '43 '
Mrs. Nancy Winchell Hutchins, '39
Mr. Lyle Hyde ,
Mrs. E. M. Jackson
A. Jacobs and Sons
Miss Evelyn Jeferson
Jess Radio Store
Miss Ethel V. Johnson
Jean and Joan Johnson
Thelma Jean Johnson, '43
Mrs. Margaret Jones
Mrs. Robert L. Jones
Mrs. James W. Keeley
Mr. Melvin Kellenhenz
Mrs. F. C. Keller
Matgaruite Kelly, '42
Joseph A. Kennedy
Winfield S. Kerk
Home Room 303
Miss Katharine Kibler
Miss Esther King
Webster Franklin King, Jr.,
Dr. and Mrs. Howard A. Kinhart
Mrs. William L. Kitch
Mary Elizabeth Kitchen
Lois Klakring, '43
Ensign Bernard Koft
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Kolb '
Mr. G. Hopkins Kolb, '44
Captain and Mrs. Paul B. Koonce
Kay Koonoe, '44
Miss Shirley M. Kotzin
Dorothy Krapf, '43
Mr. Louis P. Kraus
Robert Neuron Krebs
Mr. C. G. Kugler
Mrs. Jean Kugler
Mrs. Mary R. Kunze
Mr. Rubin A. Labovitz
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Lagakos
Pvt. Albert Lamb, '4l
Mr. R. C. Lamb '
Comdr. and Mrs. Stanley V. Lamb
Mrs. L. Larens
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D, Lazenby
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Leatherbury
Mrs. Cora Lebo
Eugenie Lee, '44
Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Lee
Mr. Joseph A. Lee
Miss Mary Ann Lee
Mr. John P. Lewnes
Mr. Sam G. Lewnes -
Lt. Thomas J. Lewnes, U.S.A.A.F.,
Mrs. R. Levy
Mrs. Walter L. Lexton, Best Gate
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lipman
Mr. Edward Lloyd
Cpl. Russell M. Lockett, '42
Mr. J. Roy Looney, Jr.
Miss Eleanor Thomas Lord
Commander William Joseph Lorenz
Mr. Jack Lowe
Mrs. Frank F. Lunrer
John C. Lynham
Mr. Robert A. Maddocks
Mr. Anthony Maggie
Mrs. James M. Magruder, Jr.
Compliments of Mandris Restaurant
Miss Lorene Marking
Mrs. John F. Martin
Mary Helen's Riding Academy
Mary Louise Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Marshall
Mrs. Ddla McCarthy
Mr. W. E. McCarthy
Miss C. MCClench
Mrs. Robert McCready
W. B. McCready Company
Mr. William McCready
Mayor and Mrs. W. U. McCready
Miss Lauretta McCusker
Jean Kemp McDonald
Mr. George McGuckian
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Richard H. Meets
June L. Merriken
Leonard J. Meyer, Sr., Severna Park
Leonard Meyer, Jr. U.S.M.C.
Miller's Department Store
Mr. A. N. Miller
Mr. John A. Miller
Mrs. Ruth T. Miller
Mrs. Wallace Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Millluunen
The Mirror Grill
Miss Leona Milton
Mrs. Charles F. Monday
Mr. Basil E. Moore
Mr. B. Moore
Rell Z. Moore
Mr. Clarence Moreland
Mr. Dan T. Morgan
G. C. Murphy Company
Mrs. Clapham Murray '
Mimi Murray, '43
Mrs. J. W. Musrerman
Mrs. Walter E. Nalley
Mrs. Joseph G. Neiman -
Compliments of a New Yorker
George Nichols, '45
Mr. George Norris
Lt. O. A. Oaks, U.S.C.G.R.
Mrs. E. Oatsmith
Mrs. Raymond O'Brien
Professor W. E. Olivet.
O'Neely Optical Company
Miss Dorothy D. Owens
Pvt. R. Alvin Owens, Jr. U.S.A., '42
Robert Bird Owens -
Mrs. Howard B..Palmer
Frederick Panetti III
Miss Jean Panetti
Mr. and Mrs. F. Pnnetti
Mr. William W. Parish
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Parkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Parks, Sr.
Kenneth Kirk Patrick
Mrs. Charles F. Payne
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pennington
Mrs. Frank J. E. Peters
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Mr. Orlando Ridout IV
Mrs. F. G. Rinn
Lt. and Mrs. E. W. Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rogers
Mrs. D. W. Rosenbloom
Mr. Joseph Rosenstein
Captain and Mrs. Charles C. Ross
Mr. and Mrs. Christian E. Rossie
Mrs. D. Roth
Miss Mary Jo Russ
Miss May Rlliltll
Mr. T ilgham Sadler
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Salmon, Jr.
Mr. Charles Samaras
Burdette Sanchez, '44
Mrs. Myrtle Sanchez
Miss Sara Schiff
Mrs. Charles Schlegel
Mrs. Alan Schroder
Mr. George V. Schrodermeier
Beverly Schultz, '44
Mrs. E. H. Schultz
Mt. Walter Sehurr
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sears
Pfc. Emanuel Joseph Sedlacek
Severna Park Drug Store
Mr. ,Walter L. Sexton, Best Gate
Chadwick Sharkey, '43
Ruth Sheperd, '43
Miss Elaine Sherlock
Mr. Charles Sherman
Mr. G. T. Sherwood
Barbara Louise Shortt, '43
James Sindall, U. S. N.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Sindall I
Frank Sipe '45
Miss Eva Skordas
Pvt. James Skorclas
Lt. and Mrs. Pete Skordas
Mrs. Alice Slacum
Commander and Mrs. F. W. Slaven
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Smearman
Mrs. Charles T. Smith
Mrs. Frances Smith
Mrs. K. C. Taylor
Lain Terry, '36
Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Terry
Dr. and Mrs. Charles V. O.
Miss Eleanor Thomas
Mrs. Frank Thomas
Mrs. Robert W. Thomas
W. H. Thomas and Company
Chaplain and Mrs. William N.
Mrs. Albert Thompson
Mrs. F. H. Thompson, Jr.
Mr. F. H. Thompson, III
Miss M. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. L. Thompson
The Tilghman Company
The Tiny Tot Shop
Miss Addie Tongue
Mr. Albert Touchard
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Treat
Mrs. A. J. Trott
Mrs. John Tucker
Mr. W. J. Vanous
Mrs. W. J. Vinson
Mrs. T. N. Wilson
Mrs. Bessie Walter
Mrs. Anna Walters
Miss Martha Ward
Mrs. T. B. Waters
Mr. T. B. Waters
Lt. Col. and Mrs. A. F. Weirick
Mr. Allen B. Welch
Miss Sarah Bond Welch
Dr. and Mrs. S. G. Welch
Mrs. B. S. West, Jr.
Miss Margaret Wharton
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. White
Mrs. Clarence M. White
Mrs. H. A. White
L. G. White
Mr. Otis White
Mr. David Whittington
Mr. John Whittington
Mrs. F. W. Piehler
Col. and Mrs. Kenneth Pierce
Miss Augusto Plummer
Mrs. William F. Podlich .
Mrs. Anne Price
Mrs. Eva Proekey
Mr. Chris S. Psomadakis
Mrs. Dudley W. Purdy
and hflrs. L. Purdy
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. B. Smith
Alson E. Southern
Mrs. Frank M. Speaks
Mrs. George Springheld
Mr. H. B. Stallings
Mr. Sherman Stallings
Mr. Richard Stamer
Mr. Emigclio Quinones
Rainbow Cleaners .
Marie Ramstead. Severna Park
Read Drug and Chemical Company
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Reed
Mrs. Anna S. Reynolds
Comdr. and Mrs. A. H. Richards
Harriet R. Richards, '44
Helen D. Richards, '43
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Riddick
Folger McKinsey Ridout. '42
Mr. Phil C. Sterling
Miss Shirley Stevens
Mr. Samuel S. Stokes
R. E. Strange and Sons
R. Thornton Strange, '17
Mr. Leon Strauss
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Streett
Professor H. F. Sturdy
Mr. Ray Swallow
Mr. George A. Sylvia
Mrs. Walter B. Tardy
Mrs. Charles Williams
Miss Elizabeth Williams
Mrs. Floyd Williams
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams,
Commander and Mrs. J. Willingham
Mr. C. F. Wilson
Professor and Mrs. L. T. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Winchell
Ensign James M. Windsor
Perry C. Windsor
Mrs. Thomas E. Winn
Mrs. Zella B. Winter
Mr. Robert H. Witt
Wollman's Shoe Store'
Miss Evelyn Wood
Mr. Harry Wood
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wood
Miss Lorraine Wood
Mr. Herman A. Woodfield, Jr
Miss Emily Woodward
Mrs. Wordick, Severna Park
Mr. Joseph Ziff
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We, the staff of the Wake of '44,submit to the student body the product of
our efforts and mistakes. Its purpose is to preserve in the memories of all the
work and play of the past school year. 'If we have succeeded to any extent to
fulfill our purpose, our time and efforts will not have been spent in vain.
The editorial staff wishes to thank all those whose efforts and co-operation
helped to make this annual a success. Our special thanks and sincere appreciation
go to our advisors Miss McCusker and Mrs. Kinhart, for without their help and
constant guidance the successful publication of our book would not have been
possible. We also extend our gratitude to Dr. Kinhart and to the members of the
faculty for their wholehearted co-operation and for the use of school time and
facilities. We wish to thank Mr. Schultz of Roebuck and Son for his helpful
suggestions and co-operation. To Al Berluti, our photographer, we extend our
thanks for the fine photography and help given to the staff.
This year, we financed our year book almost entirely by patrons. We are
truly greatful for the loyal friends and alumni of Annapolis High who gave
generously toward the support of the Wake. We commend the student 'body for
the enthusiasm which carried our patron drive far above its goal.
We of the Wake and Class of '44 sincerely wish the coming class the same
fine co-operation and success that we have found in our work on the annual.
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