Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1947
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TI-IE WAKE STAFF
Editor-in-Cheif ,...........,...... JAY JACKSON
Assistant Editors ,... WYAN GAW, MYER GREEN
Literary Editor ..........,,. ROBIN ELLERSHAVV
Associate Literary Editor ........ GEORGE MEYER
Art Editor ................ JUNE MICHAELSON
Sports Editor .,..... ..... G EORGE MASTERS
Photography Editor .... ..,. M ELVILLE ROTI-I
Secretary .,,...,. ,..... N ANCY FOWLER
Treasurer ....... ......., H ELEN DANIELS
Chief Typist ...... . . . MARY LOU WILLIAMS
Patron Manager .....,...,...... JEAN JOACHIN
Circulation Manager ............, JOHN NEIMAN
Associate Circulation Manager ................,...
- DOUGLAS HIPKINS
Faculty Adviser .... MRS. CATHERINE SAVAGE
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THE LITERARY STAFF
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THE TYPING STAFF
Betty Mae Sadler
Mary Lou Whittington
THE BUSINESS STAFF
The Senior Class
THE ART STAFF
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DR. HOWARD A. KINHART
PRINCIPAL OF ANNAPOLIS HIGH SCHOOL
"Let us not say, 'Every man is the architect of his own fortune'g
but let us say, 'Every man is the architect of his own character?
G. D. BOARDMAN
HE better educated a man is, the greater are his chances of building
the lcind of character that he wishes to possess. Education is not alway formal schooling.
Days in school are designed to furnish background for habits, interests, beliefs, and
ideals. The individual must feel the need of growth, and through his life contacts, he
must develop the means of applying that which he observes, and studies, and learns. It
is my sincere hope that this school has created within the heart of each member of this
graduating class a need for an education which must be sustained and accelerated through
broader avenues of experience.
From today on, wherever your education is extended-in college or factory, at the
office, or on the street-I charge you to continue through knowledge and conviction to be
builders of a character that will fortify your fortune, whatever that may be.
HOWARD A. KINHART
MR. ALBERT FOWBLE
MRS. HILDA MUSTERMAN
Secretary to the Principal
MR. ERNEST I-IERKLOTZ
MISS DOROTHY HAMILTON
Far above tbe Severn's waters
With its waves of blue,
Stands our noble Alma Mater,
Glorious to view.
Far aborve tbe busy bumming
Of tbe bustling town,
Reared against the arcb of beaven
Looks sbe proudly down.
Lift tbe clrorus, speed it onward,
Her praises never die.
Hail to thee, our Alma Materg
Hail, Annapolis Higb!
MRS. JEAN BRALEY MISS ELIZABETH Vg DAVIS
,MR. FRED L. ALEXANDER MISS MARY KATHARINE COX
Industrial Arts English
MR. CHARLES DI FAZIO MISS MARIE GAETH
Industrial Arts English
MISS ARLYNE DICK MISS EMILY EWING
Health Education, Science Dietitian
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MR. ANDREW HEWLETT MISS JANITI-I HORSEY
Physical Education Home Economics
MR. CHARLES A. HASLUP MISS MARY LOUISE HICKS
Music Social Studies
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MISS KATHARINE KIBLER
'ij MISS ETHEL V. JOHNSON MISS ELEANOR KEPHART
MRS. IRMA KING
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MRS. MILDRED H. KINHART MISS LORENE C. MARKING
French, Social Studies Spanish, English
MR. MORRIS W. RANNELS MRS. CATHERINE SAVAGE
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Home Economics History
MRS. FLORENCE MCI-IOSE MISS MARY NEWLON
MR. GEORGE W. NORRIS MRS. MINNIE PIERCE
Eighth Grade Latin, English
M athematics Librarian
MRS. MARY SMITH MISS MARGARET WHARTON
Mdflvfmdiiff Physical Education
MISS JANE SMITH MISS VIRGINIA VINCENT
Sfienff Eighth Grade
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MRS, HAZEL WILSQN MISS MARION YANCEY
MISS JANE ZEIGLER
Health Education, Social Studies
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As THE Class of 1947 looks back on four busy years, it
looks back on much fun and work which have made these years happy
It was in the 1943-44 school year that we, as timid freshmen, re-
garded the seniors with almost reverent awe. We participated in a few
activities-bond rallies, jamborees, stunt night, we got all excited about
the "Miss AHS" contest, and were were very proud of Cosimo and
his Musicmakers who "sent" us with solid jive at all the dances. It
was a great year, but we all looked forward to:
1944-45 when we were experienced in the ways of A. H. S. The
National Honor Society now challenged us in a scholastic way, while
Stunt Night, the junior Prom, and the senior play, "Junior Miss",
reminded us that we were one step closer to that enviable role of
seniors. We liked this year, but we liked even more the prospect of
being juniors in
1945-46. The war was over now, and we relaxed and enjoyed a
shift to the emphasis on peace. Our musical organizations entertained
at functions both in and out of school. The seniors staged a hit in
"Young April", which reflected our own lives-the lives of teen-age
boys and girls. Several new clubs were born, too--another Hi-Y, the
Chess Club, and the French Club. And then suddenly we realized that
our last year was here-
1946-47, probably the best of the four! This year has been our
busiest with the leadership of every major school organization or activ-
ity as our responsibility. Our activities have been varied and many,
and when we review them, as recorded in this book, we take pleasure
in priceless memories.
COSIMO CARL ABATO COS
Homeroom Representative lg Class Vice-President 2g'Stunt Night 1, 25
Social Committee 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2g Operetta 13 Varsity Basketball lg
Soccer 45 Intramural Softball 15 Basketball 1, 2, 4g Soccer 1, 29 Archery
EUGENE ALBRIGHT GENE
Hi-Y 3, 43 Typing Club.
JOHN WATERS ANDERSON III JOHNNY
Homeroom Representative 3, 4, Library Council 23 Hi-Y 3, 45 Chemistry
,f ""' A Clubg Varsity Basketball 3, 4g Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3g Basketball
i 1, 2, 35 Soccer l, 2g Astronomy Club.
I AAAIVI AE ANNA AGAPITOS AGGIE
J i :'I WAKE Literary Staffg Assembly Committee 45 Stunt Night 2, 33 Traffic
'T Squad 45 Glee Club 2, 3g Operetta 43 Senior Play Selection Committeeg
, ." f ,,,i"5 . 4 Varsity Softball 15 Intramural Softball lg Hockey l, Z3 Basketball 1, 23
vV-v. ' 55 ' Cheerleader 2, 35 Production, What A Life.
GERALDINE AISQUITH GERRY
WAKE Circulation Staff, Trafhc Squad 43 Knitting Club.
REGINA MAE AMBROSE IEANNIE
Operetta 25 Needlework Clubg Cafeteria.
Varsity Baseball 4g Astronomy Club.
CHARLES EDWARD ARMIGER CHARLIE
RUBY LUCILE ASQUITH
Typing Club, Cafeteria.
CARL ERNEST AVERY
Varsity Baseball 1g Soccer 43 Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 33
Soccer 3g Intramural Referee 3g Archery Club.
Traffic Squad 45 Library Council 15 French Club 35 Intramural Basketball 45
GEORGE BACHMAN TEDDY
Orchestra 25 Hi-Y 45 French Club 35 Stamp Club.
VIRGINIA ANNE BARDEN GINGER
Glee Club 45 Advanced Knitting.
REGINALD BARRETT ' REGGIE
Ollice Helper 45 Junior Prom Committee.
ROBERT WAUCHOPE BASS BOB
Student Government President 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Tally-Ho 25 Assist-
ant Editor 35 Stunt Night 2, 35 Social Committee President 45 Library
Council 15 Chemistry Club 35 Chess Club 35 Astronomy Clubg Passim
Editor-in-Chief 35 Harvard Prize for Scholarship.
ROBERT M. BASSFORD BOB
WAKE Staff 45 Stunt Night 45 Traffic Squad 45 Social Committee 45
Junior Prom Committeeg Opetetta 25 Hi-Y President 45 Typing Clubg
President Hi-Y Council 4.
FREDERICK BAUSUM FREDDIE
Stunt Night 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Operetta 15 Photography Club.
PHILIP W. BEARD, JR. PHIL
Tally-Ho 25 Regular Staff 35 Stunt Night 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 French Club 35
ROBERT LOUIS BENDER BOB
WALTER L. BENNETT III SPEEDY
INTINA MAE BROWN
CATHERINE LUCY BUSTO
Beginning Knitting Club.
.IOANNINA TERESA CALABRESE
Class Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, 45 Traflic Squad 45 Glee Club 45 Operetta
2, 45 junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Selection Committeeg Knitting '
NADINE CAMARATA NAY
Stunt Night 35 Glee Club 45 Typing Club.
BARBARA CARBERRY BOBBIE
Stunt Night 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Dance Orchestra Club5 1
ANDREW BEYERLEIN ANDY
BERTHA MAE BRANHAM
CHARLES CARROLL BRICE III SKIP
Homeroom Representative 25 WAKE Business Stalf 45 Traffic Squad 3, 45
Social Committee 45 Senior Hi-Y 3, Secretary 45 Chemistry Club 35 Chess
Club 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 35 Soccer 45 Intramural Softball l.
Stunt Night 35 Glee Club Z, 3, 45 Make-up and Properties Club.
Orchestra I, 2, 3, 49 Senior Hi-Y9 Dance Orchestra.
RICHARD STEVENS CASSARD
Student Government 49 Captain of Trafiic Squad 4g Library Helper 49
Varsity Sports Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 39 Softball 1, 29 Soccer 3, 4s
Intramural Sports: Softball 1, 29 Basketball 1, 29 Soccer 1, 29 Archery Club.
JOHN JOSEPH CLOW
Intramural Softball 29 Intramural Speedball 2, 3.
WAKE Business Staffg Glee Club 3, 49 Book Club.
BEVERLY ANN COLLISON BECKIE
P.-T.A. Representative 2, 39 WAKE Circulation Staifg Assembly Committee
2, 49 Art Service 1, 2, President 4g Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4g Library
Council 39 Junior Prom Committee9 Y-Teen Club 49 Intramural Hockey 2.
CHARLOTTE ELEANOR COLLISON CHODDIE
Guidance Room 49 Office Helper 4.
ROLAND E. COMO, JR. BUD
Traibc Squad 49 Hi-Y 39 Intramural Basketball 49 Boxing and Wrestling
ROBERT VERNON CONEY TWO-TON
Student Government Secretary 4g Homeroom Representative 1, 39 Traffic
Squad 49 Library Council 49 Junior Prom Committee9 Wrestling Club.
DORIS COOK COOKIE
"What A Life" Make-up Committeeg Office Helper 49 Assistant to At-
tendance OECCIQ Chairman Junior Prom Committeeg Sewing Club.
EDITH VIRGINIA COOK EDI
WAKE Circulation Sraffg Assembly Committee 49 Traffic Squad 39 Social
Committee 49 Y-Teen Club 4g Intramural Softball 29 Make-Up and
HELEN COOK COOKIE
Tally-Ho Circulation 1, 2, 3, junior Prom Committee, Intramural Softball
29 Needlework Club.
MILDRED M. CRONIN
WAKE Circulation Staff, Assistant in Guidance Department.
MARY ELLEN CULLEMBER
Sewing Club, Traliic Squad 4.
S. CARROLL CUTLER SCOTTY
WAKE Circulation Stalfg Assembly Committee 3, Social Committee 3, 45
Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Operetta lg Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play
Selection Committee, Dance Orchestra, Library Council 2.
HELEN CHARLOTTE DANIELS
Honor Society Vice-President 4g WAKE Treasurer, Tally-Ho Typistg
Assembly Committee 4g Social Committee 43 Ofhce Helper, Folk Dancing.
VVILLIAM EARL DASHIELL, JR. BILL
Intramural Softball 1.
lVlIRIAlVl JEANETTE DAUER MIDGE
Traffic Squad 45 Y-Teen Club 2, 35 Secretary 45 Chemistry Club 3,
Dramatics Club, Senior Play Selection Committee.
SALLY ANN DAVIS SAL
P.-T.A. Representative 2g WAKE Circulation Staff, Tally-Ho Reporter 3,
Sports Editor 3, 4, Assembly Committee 23 Stunt Night 2g Art Service 25
Social Committee 3, Operetta 15 Junior Prom Committee, Y-Teen Club
2, 3, President 45 Chemistry Club Vice-President 4, Varsity Basketball 2,
3, 45 Softball Z, 3, 43 Speedball 2, 3, 45 Hockey 4g Intramural Softball
1, 2, 3g Hockey 1, Z, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Speedball 3, Intramural
Rcteree 2, 3, 45 Cheerleaders Club, Girls' Chorus 2.
SAMUEL C. DAWSON MIKE
VVARREN F. DEARBORN D-BONE
Varsity Soccer 45 Intramural Softball 4, Basketball 1, 43 Soccer 3, 4g
MARY LOU DECKER
WAKE Circulation Stalfg Glee Club, Typing Club. , .
CORA ELIZABETH DEMPSEY
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MARY ERMA DILL M ERMIE
Library Council 1, 25 Junior Prom Committee, Varsity Softball 3, 43
Speedball 3, 45 Basketball 45 Hockey 45 Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3, 45
Hockey 1, Z, 3, 4g Speedball 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Referee 2, 3, 45
MARY HELEN DOEPKENS
Homeroom Representative 2g Honor Society 3, 45 Assembly Committee 43
School Treasurer 45 Folk Dancing Club.
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GEORGE S. DUCKETT
Trafhc Squad 45 Model Building Club.
JOHN R. DUDLEY BENEDICT
Tralfic Squad 45 Office Helperg Astronomy Club.
DORIS DULL DOT
Commercial Service Club.
ELIZABETH JANE DUVALL BETTY
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Folk Dancing Club.
MARGARET LOUISE EASTERDAY PEGGY
Orchestra 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Commercial Service Club.
GROVER ONEAL EMERICK GROVE
ROBIN ELLERSHAW BUNNY
Wucs Literary Editor, Tally-Hu 2, 3, 43 Assembly Committee lg Art
Service I ,2, 3, 43 Social Committee 45 Library Council 1, 2, Secretary 33
Junior Prom Committeeg Decoration Committee Chairmang Y-Teen Club
3, 45 Senior Play Selection Committeeg Chemistry Club 35 Intramural Soft-
ball 2, 35 Hockey, Basketball 1, 2, 3.
MARY ALICE ENGLISH
GEORGE ALFRED ERICKSON, JR. BUDDY
Intramural Softballg Soccer 1, Z, 3g Basketball 2, 35 Wrestling Club.
CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA EWALD CHAR
Honor Society 3, 4s WAKE Business, Assembly Committee 3, Chairman 45
Art Service 4g Traffic Squad 4g Social Committee 3, 43 Junior Prom
Committeeg Y-Teen Club 43 Chemistry Clubg Astronomy Club.
NORMA EN SEY FAUST
Social Committee 45 junior Prom Committeeg Varsity Softball, Speeclball
Z, 3, 49 Varsity Basketball, Hockey 4g Intramural Softball, Hockey 1, 2,
3, 43 Basketball, Speedball 1, 2, 33 Glee Clubg Cafeteria.
EDMUND FITCH EDDIE
Homeroom Representative 3, 45 P.-T.A. Representative 3, 4g Intramural
Sports 1, 3, 4.
JEANNE CANNEZ FORD
Library Council 2, 3, Dramarics Club.
AUBREY FRANO SONNY
Varsity Soccer 4g Intramural Softball 1, Photography Club.
REGINA V. FRANTOM RI TA
WAKE Circulationg Typingg Knitting Club.
IVIARGARET JEAN GAYLOR MARGE
Tralhc Squadg Ofhce Helper, Typing Club, -Honor Society and Transfer
From Eastern High School.
JOHN F. GRADY BONEY
Hi-Y 3, Book Club.
CATHERINE AMALIA HAAS DONDO
Junior Prom Committee, Chemistry Club, Knitting Club.
JAMES WALKER HAGER, JR. JIMMY
MARGURITE LEE HALL LEE
P.-T.A. Representative 4, WAKE Circulation Staff, Assembly Committee 4,
Stunt Night 2, 4, Traffic Squad 4, Oiiice Helper, Operetta 2, Tri-Hi-Y
3, Treasurer 4, Y-Teen Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Selection Committee,
Varsity Basketball 4, Softball 3, 4, Speedball 3, 4, Intramural Softball
1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Speedball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Archery Club, Cheerleader, Production, What A Life.
r MARY LOUISE MACOMB I-IALPINE
Homeroom Representative 1, Stunt Night 3, Social Committee 2, 3, 4,
Library Council 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Selection
Committee, Chemistry Club, Dramatics Club, Art Service l, 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES WILFRED I-IARDESTY CHARLIE
Hi-Y 3, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Intramural
Softball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Soccer 1, 2.
MARY LINDA I-IARDESTY
Honor Society 3, Secretary 4, WAKE Circulation Staff, Assembly Com-
mittee 3, 4, Traflic Squad 4, Folk Dancing Club.
AGNES McCAULEY HARTGE MAC
Homeroom Representative 1, Social Committee 4, Glee Club 4, Junior
Prom Committee, Archery Club, Production, What A Life.
SARAH ELOISE I-IEISE
Assembly Committee 4, Social Committee 4, Office Helper, Y-Teen Club
4, Senior Play Selection Committee, Dramatics Club.
JUNE FLORENCE HEPLER
P.-T.A. Representative 4, Social Committee 2, 3, Library Council 3,
junior Prom Committee, Archery Club.
MARY FRANCES I-IEYWOOD F RAN
Social Committee 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Y-Teen Club 1, 2, 35 Treasurer 45
Senior Play Selection Committeeg Chemistry Club5 Dramatics Clubg
Intramural Basketball 45 Girls Chorus Z.
WARREN LEE HIGGS
NAOMI I-IINTON NINKEY
Transfer from Southern High Schoolg Dramatics Club.
ELIZABETH E. HODGES TOOTS
Homeroom Representative 45 WAKE Literary Stalf5 Traffic Squad 45
Assembly Committee 45 Costumes Chairman, What A Lifeg Social
Committee 45 Junior Prom Committeeg Y-Teen Club 3, 45 Varsity Bas-
ketball 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball 35 Basketball 25 Hockey 25
VERNON LEE HOPKINS HOP
LUTHER HOWARD JIM
Wrestling Club. '
ELMER MARTIN JACKSON JAY
WAKE Editor-in-Chiefg Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 3, 45 Traffic Squad 45 Social
Committee 45 Hi-Y 3, Secretary 45 Senior Play Selection Committee5 Chem-
istry Club Treasurer 35 Intramural Softball 1.
JEAN LUCILE JOACI-IIM
Homeroom Representative 25 Class Vice-President 3, 45 WAKE Patron
Managerg Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 3, 45 Social Committee 25 Trafhc Squad
Lieutenant 45 Glee Club 3, 45 ,lunior Prom Committeeg Y-Teen Club
3, 45 Senior Play Selection Committeeg French Club 35 Intramural Softball
35 Hockey 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Speedball 35 Cheering Club.
JUDITH ANN JOESTING JUDI
Transfer from Eastern High Schoolg WAKE Literary Staff5 Tri-Hi-Y 45
TraE1c Squad 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Softball 45 Speeclball 45 Intramural
Softball 35 Intramural Referee 45 Archery Club.
WILLIAM IRVIN JONES, JR. BILL
Boat Modeling Club.
MURIEL ONEITA KALDENBACH
Glee Club 4g Operetta 4g Y-Teen Club 4.
HENRY JOHN KAUFMANN III
Orchestra 3, 4.
RICHARD DOUGLAS KAVANAUGH
Stunt Night 2, 33 Orchestra Z, 3, 43 Oper
Baseball 3, 43 Soccer 4g Intramural Softball 1
etta 13 Hi-Y 3, 43 Varsity
, Z3 Basketball 3g Soccer Z.
ROBERT I-I. KERR ABBI E
Stunt Night 23 Traflic Officer 43 Glee Club 43 Chemistry Clubg Varsity
Basketball 3, 4g Intramural Softball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Soccer
1, 2, 3g Astronomy Club.
ROSLYN RENA KURNOW ROZIE
Oiiice Helper3 junior Prom Committee.
KATHERINE ELIZABETH LAMB KITTY
Stunt Night 2, 33 Social Committee 43 Glee Club Z, 3, 4g Operetta 1, 43
Y-Teen Club 43 Knitting Club.
MARTHA RHODES LANCASER PAT
Assembly Committee 33 Stunt Night 3g Glee Club 3, 43 Operetta 43
Tri-Hi-Y 43 Y-Teen Club 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 3g Dramatics
JACQUELYN LEATHERBURY JA CKIE
Art Service 43 Tri-Hi-Y Sergeant-at-Arms3 Y-Teen Clubg Intramural
Softball 33 Hockey 43 Archery Club.
BETTY JEAN LEE
WAKE Circulation Staffg Assembly Committee 43 Traflic Squad 4g Social
Committee 4g Y-Teen Clubg Intramural Softball 23 Make-up and
Y 'VA A' FRANCIS CELESTE LEE FRAN
Ei' ' H Tally-Ho Typist 43 Social Committee 43 Omce Helperg Junior Prom Com-
'Q ' " H' . ' ' mitreeg Folk Dancing Club.
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Social Committee 43 Office Helperg junior Prom Committeeg Intramural
Softball 1, 23 Hockey 23 Basketball 1, 23 Commercial Service Club.
DORIS MARY LISOWSKY
WAKE Circulation Staffg Assembly Committee 4g Traffic Squad 3, 43 Social
Committee 33 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Selection Committeeg
ww Dramatics Club3 Y-Teen Club 4.
IRENE JEN NY LISOWSKY
WAKE Circulation Staifg Assembly Committee 43 Trailic Squad 43 Social
Committee 33 Junior Prom Committeeg Dramatics Clu'b3 Y-Teen Club 4.
JUNE ROSE LOGAN JUNE BUG
WAKE Circulation Staff? Tally-H03 Assembly Committee 3, 43 Stunt
Night 33 Art Service 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Senior Play Selection Commit-
tee Chairmang Dramatics Club.
MARY ANN LUONGO
Office Helper3 Commercial Club.
GEORGE WINDSOR MASTERS
Homeroom Representative 43 WAKE Regular Staifg WAKE Literary and ,
Advertising Staifs3 Trailic Squad 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Chemistry Club 33
Astronomy Clubg Honor Society. A 25535 ww
JEAN ALICE McCORMICK
WAKE Circulation Staifg Assembly Committee 3, 43 Senior Play Selec-
tion Committee3 Dramatics Club.
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RAMON EARL MEADE RAY
Assistant to Attendance Oilicerg Boat Modeling.
JAMES MEREDITH JIMMY
Vice-President Student Governmentg Honor Society 3, 43 Assembly Com-
mittee 4g Social Committee Vice-Chairmang Hi-Y 3, President 43
Chess Club President 4.
GEORGE A. MILLER'
Class Officer 35 Junior Prom Committeeg Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 Bas-
ketball 35 Soccer 3, 45 Intramural Softball 15 Basketball 1 5Soccer 15
KENNETH MELVIN MILLER
Art Service 45 Production, What A Lifeg Model Airplane Club.
ANSEL F. MOORE
Art Service 45 Chemistry Club 35 Intramural Softball 15 Production,
What A Lifeg Photography Club.
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SALLY HALL MURRAY
P.-T.A. Representative 45 WAKE Circulation Staifg Social Committee 4,
Library Council 45 Y-Teen Club 3, 45 Intramural Hockey 2, 35 Knitting
HELEN ELIZABETH MUSTERMAN BETTY
Advanced Knitting Club.
JOHN W. NEFF
Student Government 1, Z, 45 Class ' - Honor Society President
45 Stunt Night 2, 35 Traffic quad 45 Glee Club l, 2, 3, President 45
Operetta 2, 45 Hi-Y 35 Vice-President 45 Senior Play Selection Committee
45 Stamp Club.
JOHN F. NEIMAN
WAKE Circulation Staifg Chemistry Club 35 Chess Club.
JOSEPH SAMUEL NORFOLK JOE
Art Service 35 Library Council 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Soccer
45 Intramural Softball 45 Basketball 25 Soccer 45 Wrestling Club.
BETTY NORWOOD BETTS
Tally-Ho Typist 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 45 Hi-Y Council
Secretaryg Intramural Softball l.
DOLORES M. PARKINSON PA RKY
Varsity Basketball 45 Softball 1, 35 Speeclball 45 Intramural Softball
1, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Tally-Ho Typist 45 Advanced Knitting.
KENNETH C. POHLNER KENNY
Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Soccer 45 Intramural Softball 1, 25 Soccer 1, 2, 35
GILBERT D. RAWLINGS IL
P.-T.A. Representative 35 Honor Society 3, 45 WAKE Circulation ancl
Businessg Assembly Committee 45 Art Service 3, 45 Social Committee 45
Chemistry Club 35 Astronomy Club.
MARY JANE REHN IEANIE
Assembly Committee 45 Social Committee 35 Library Council 45 junior
Prom Committeeg Little Theater Make-Up 4.
RICHARD H. REICHEL DICK
WAKE Literary Staffg Assembly Committee 45 Social Committee 45 Library
Council 25 Operetta 15 Chemistry Clubg Intramural Softball 2, 35 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 35 Astronomy Club.
MARVIN MARTIN RICHMAN
Tally-Ho 2, 45 Stunt Night Z5 Art Service 15 Library Council I, 25
Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Softball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Soccer
2, 35 Stamp Club.
BOB ROCKWELL ROCKY
Art Service Club.
IVIELVILLE CHARLES ROTH
Homeroom Representative 15 WAKE StalI5 Tally-Ha 2, 35 Assembly
Committee 2, 35 Art Service 2, 35 Traliic Squad 3, 45 Social Committee 35
Operetta 15 Senior Play Selection Committeeg Astronomy Club.
JOHN THOMAS RUSSELL RUSTY
Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 35 Soccer 45 Intramural Softball 1, 25
Basketball 1, 25 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Archery Club.
BETTY MAE SADLER BETTY
P.-T.A. Representative 2, 33 WAKE Circulation and TYPl5fj Trallic Squad
43 Library Council 2, 33 Assistant to Attendance Oflicerg Assistant in
Guidance Departmentg Commercial Service Club.
JAMES PHILIP SAMES MICKEY
JOHN SAPP, JR. JOHNNY
Traflic Squad 4g Orchestra I, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 French Club 33 Chess
Club 3g Varsity Basketball Manager 4g Intramural Softball Z3 Intramural
Basketball 2g Dance Orchestra.
CARRIE SALTZMANN TERRY
WALTER R. SCHERGER, JR. MIKE
Traffic Squad 43 Orchestra 3, Vice-President 4g Hi-Y 3, 43 Varsity Bas-
ketball 43 Baseball 3, 43 Soccer 3, 43 Intramural Softball 1, Z3 Basketball
2, 33 Soccer 2s Dance Orchestra.
WAKE Typistg Traffic Squad 43 Social Committee 33 Oilice Helperg Junior
W. HOWELL SHERBERT
Vafity Baseball 23 Intramural Softball 1, Z, 3, 43 Soccer l, 23 Wrestling
I-IERMAN SNY DER LASSIE
Honor Society 3, 4g Traffic Squad 3, 43 Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball 1, 23 Wrestling Club.
EVA SMITH "En
Art Service 1, Z, 3g Knitting Club.
FRANK M. SPEAKS BILL
Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 43 Wrestling Club.
DOROTHY MAE STALLINGS DOTTIE
Homeroom Representative 2, 35 Stunt Night 25 Oice Helperg Glee Club
25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Typing Club.
MARGARET ANN STALLINGS
WAKE Typist5 Assembly Committee 45 Social Committee 35 Library Coun-
cil 15 Orchestra 3, 45 Operetta 35 Senior Play Selection Committeeg Var-
sity Softball 1, 35 Dance Orchestra Clubg Production, What A Life.
DONALD KING STEWARD BIG DON
CHARLES EDWARD STINCHCOMB CHARLIE
Stunt Night 35 Glee Club 3, 45 Operetta 3, 43 Typing Club.
DOROTHY STOCKETT DOTTIE by
Homeroom Representative 35 Treasurer, Student Government 43 P.-T.A. 2 M
Representative lg Assembly Committee lg Social Committee Treasurer 45 M ga Y
Office Helperg Junior Prom Committee, Y-Teen Club 45 Knitting Club.
Chemistry Club 35 Typing Club.
NANCY GARLAND STOTZ STOTZIE
I-lomeroom Representative 45 Tally-Ho 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Assembly
Committee 1, 25 Stunt Night 25 Art Service 1, 2, Vice-President 35
Library Council Vice-President 35 Y-Teen Club 3, 45 French Club 35
Chemistry Club 35 Intramural Softball 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2, 35 Basketball
1, Z, 35 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Speedball 1, 25 Knitting Club.
LOIS SWALLOW LIZ
Homeroom Representative 25 Tally-Ho Typistg Tri-Hi-Y Z, 35 Treasurer
45 Intramural Softball 1.
SHIRLEY MAE SWALLOW DIMPLES
Tally-Ho Typistg Library Council Z5 Junior Prom Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 Cheerleaderg Dramatics Club.
J.ANE SWARTZ JANIE
WAKE Business Manager 45 Assembly Committee 45 Stunt Night 2, 35
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 2, 35 Senior Play Committee 45
CHARLES A. TAYLOR
Home-room Representative 3g Social Committee 3, 4g HilY 3, Treasurer
4g French Club 3g Varsity Baseball 3s Intramural Softball 23 Astronomy
SHIRLEY ANNE TAYLOR
Tally-Ho Typistg Assembly Committee 43 Social Committee 43 Library
Council lg Intramural Hockey lg Typing Club.
GERALDINE RAMON A THOMAS
WAKE Circulation and Typistg Office Helperg Operetta lg Junior 'Prom
Committeeg Typing Club.
LOUISE' JOSEPHINE THOMPSON
WAKE Circulatiogn Typing Club.
JUANITA DAWN TOPPING
WAKE Circulationg Advanced Knitting Club.
GRACE KATHRYN VANDERBURG KAY
Social Committee 4g Y-Teen Club 45 Typing Club.
ELISE WADE "E"
Y-Teen 2g Advanced Knitting Club.
NANCY LOUISE WAGNER N AN
WAKE Circulationg Assembly Committee lg Art Service 1, 2g Social
Committee 4g Dramatics Club.
BETTY JANE WALDROP
Social Committee 4g Glee Club 45 Commercial Service Club.
CARL FRANKLIN WHITTINGTON BUDDY
WAKE Typistg Assembly Committee lg Social Committee 19 Library Coun-
cil lg Office I-Ielperg Operetta 13 Junior Prom Committeeg Y-Teen Club lg
MARY LOUISE WILLIAMS LOU
WAKE Chief Typistg Assistant in Guidance Department, Commercial
SARAH WILLIAMS WILLIE
Social Committee 43 Glee Club 4g Operetta 43 Junior Prom Committeeg
LA VANCE WILSON VANCIE
P.-T.A. Representative 23 Assembly Committee 4s Social Committee 43
Varsity Soccer 39 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4.
ELEANORA W. WINN PA TTY
Homeroom Representative lg Y-Teen Club 1, Z3 Senior Play Selection
Committeeg Chemistry Clubg Varsity Hockey 4g Intramural Hockey 33
Basketball 43 Dramatics Clubg Cast, Wim! A Life.
JOAN WALKER JOANIE
WAKE Typistg Oflice Helperg Knitting Club.
MARARET ANN WAYSON PEGGY
WAKE Typistg Typing Club.
HELEN LOUISE WHITE
OfIice Helperg Junior Prom Committeeg Photography Club.
'M' MARY LOU WHITTINGTON LOU
Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball lg Soccer 3, 4g Intramural Softball
1, 25 Basketball 1, Zg Soccer 2, 3g Boxing Club.
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CARROLL BERNARD WINTER
Traffic Squad 45 Intramural Softball lg Wrestling Club.
PAUL R. WIRTH IGGY
Homeroom Representative 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 45 Intramural Basket-
ball 2, 35 Typing Club.
Transfer from Arlingtong Library Council 43 Operetta 45 Glee Club 4
ELIZAB'ETH ANN YOST MUSCLES
Homeroom Representative lg WAKE Circulationg TraHic Squad 3, 45
Junior Prom Comrnitteeg Tri-Hi-Y 1, 23 Intramural Softball 15 Typing
Clubg Office Helper.
CARROLL ALLYN BRICE
Entered armed forces September 30, 1946.
Under the leadership of its President, Bobby Clemens, Vice President,
Mike Mrlik, and Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy Fowler, the Junior Class has
ordered its class rings, supported the activity club program, and participated in
sports and other extra-curricular activities. Some its its members have held
assistant editorships on the WAKE staff. Their largest undertaking has been
the annual Junior Prom, which proved one of the most memorable events of the
closing weeks of the year. p
The smallest class in AHS has been piloted this year by John Greer as
Presidentg other oflicers have been Nora Collins, Vice-President, and Mary Ann
Kerr, Secretary-Treasurer. Limited somewhat by its size, the class has neverthe-
less made an appreciable contribution to the school's extensive program.
The Class of 1950 is the first freshman class in AHS since the installation
of the eighth grade. Although new to the halls of AHS, its members have
blended in with the daily activities of the school. The class has been capably
led by Lee Roy Turner, President, Martha Hacker, Vice President, and Patricia
Hunt, Secretary-Treasurer. Through its enterprising work, the Class has proved
itself in all its undertakings.
The youngest class within our portals has certainly not been the least im-
portant. Not only have its members taken part in music, art, assemblies, and
other varied activities, but they have also distinguished themselves by winning
second prize in the P.T.A. membership drive and by meeting the Honor Society's
scholarship banner. AHS can feel confident that this class will always carry its
HOME ROOM 202
First Row-M. Cadell, M. Clark, Mrs. Koehler, H.
cook, E. caaeu.
Svrond Row-F. Cohen, K. Davidson, N. Cosden, S.
Chance, B. Carrick, D. Donelan.
Third Row-R. Brady, S. Butler, S. Christensen, W.
Duncan, B, Dawson, J. Characklis, Bramble.
Fourth Ron'-R. Donelan, J. Watts, H. Buser,- R.
Deale, W. Brown.
Fifth Row--H. Eisenstein, Eilers, W. Dill, R. Dis-
ney, M. Brooks, R. Coleman, F. Ecken, Dam-
Sixth Row-R. Clemens, M. Carr.
HOME ROOM 201
First Row-J. Armiger, B. Bitter, Miss Newlon,
Blaisdell, C. Bounelis.
Second Row-E. Basham, A. Bradshaw, M. Blades, B
Basil, H. Belcher, F. Bailey.
Third Row-R, Bull, M. Armiger, B. Beavin, M. Bran-
son, E. Alvanos, E. Garner.
Fourth Row-F. Bausum, H. Gertz, A. Blades, W
Bennett, J. Aorilio, J. Ball, J. Brady, G. Aubrey.
Fifth Row-R. Ay, D. Baker, G. Beal, Boehnlein
W. Billings, E. Albright, T. Alexander, E. Bates
HOME ROOM 204
First Row-N. Fowler, D. Durm, Miss Matrox, L. Du-
vall, D. Humphreys.
Second Row-J. Greenberg, H. jones, S. Fine, M.
Hannon, S. Hopkins, E. Grimes.
Third Row-L. Grimm, S. Dougherty, C. Wickstrom
L. Hagood, R. Hulsmen.
Fourth Row--M. Hallock, N. Blew, E, Hall, B. Gary,
B. Hays, W. Gaw.
Fifth Row-M. L. Flood, S. Hackenberg, V. Hall, C.
Evans, M. Hall, M, Grime.
HOME ROOM 206
First Row-P. McKinsey, G. Jefferson, E. Marston, M.
King, M. Kleis.
Second Row-D. Hipkins, D Hefler Hod es R.
Evans, C. Fisher, W.
Thira' Row--H Leanos, P. McCormick, S. McPherson,
J. Knacksteclt, M. Jones.
Fourth Row-C. Hoffman, F. Gelhaus, C. Frank, H.
Hall, J. Hare, I. Greenfield.
Fifth Row-G. Lamb, L. Lucke, E. Meade, L. May,
Sixth Row-M. Green, B. Wayson, W. Fair, G. Fer-
gerson, E. Fitch.
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HOME ROOM 208
First Row-J. Rogers, D. Ridgeway, Miss Kibler, E.
M. Travers, E. Sapp.
Second Row-G. Schaller, E. Pennington, R. Murth-
ake, J. Rawlings, P. Prewett, L. Simmons.
Third Row-B. Vickers, E. Stinchcomb, N. Tice, M.
Fourth Row-R. Saunders, A. Perry, C. Smith, G.
Russell, R. Rockwell, J. Engberg.
Fifth Row-E. Shepherd, P. Wayson, M. Rule, B.
Weidmann, A. Slaven.
Sixth Row-V. Stratton, A. Schifanelli, H. Sherbert,
D. Schneider, M. L. Weber.
Seventh Row-C. Mumford, L. Sipe, B. Sears, D.
Smith, W. Saumenig, E. Wuebbens.
HOME ROOM 207
First Row-G. Mitchell, B. Much, D. Meilclejohn, L.
R. Pruitt, M. Morgan.
Second Row-G. Le Compte, B. Mason, E. Larrimore
C. Klakring, G. Meyer, T. Hurt.
Third Row-P. Peregoy, J. O'Neale, J. Michaelson
S. Miller, J. Nix.
Fourth Row-E. Lerner, B. Podlich, B. Myers, Mrs
Wilson, C. Moyer, A. Martin.
Fifth Row-M. Mrlik, L. Bates, C. Leatherbury.
HOME ROOM 209
First Row-B. Christ, M. Olsen, Miss Smith, N. Cat-
ron, P. Henderson.
Setond Row-F. Fradd, P. Jordon, N. Collins, M
Harrin ton P Prewett M Kerr
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Third Row-T. Collins, C. Donaldson, R. Basiliere,
G. Kiorpes, O. Dietz, A. Jackson.
Fourth Row-P. Knode, E. Howard, E. Ignatius, B.
Duckett, W. Tyler, M. Nelaelung, E. Fowler.
Fifth Row-P. Weidmarin, M. Worthington, E. Rich
ardson, S. Stone, Frantum, B. Boak, D
Sixth Row-B. Wallace, V. Agriesti, C. Pulsifer, M
Blew, G. Springfield, J. Green, L. Cockaday.
Seventh Row-B. Kirkpatrick, C. Lewis, R. Snavely,
HOME ROOM 212
First Row-M. Williams, I. Woolford, Miss Hicks, B.
Wheeler, M. White.
Second Row-C. Whittington, R. Weber, Tucker,
L. Stevens, C. Wickman, R. Vandenberg.
Third Row-M. Weirzel, O. Werntz, N. Windsor, P.
Windsor, A. Williams.
Fourth Row--C. Wood, M. Snyder, P. Wirth, D.
Whit, W. Stewart, F. Zaner.
Fifth Row--D. Taylor, M. White, S. Windsor, A.
Williams, R. Stinchcomb.
Sixth Raw-M. Sparks, D. Stewart, W. Smith,
Zavadil, R. Woister, C. Taylor.
HOME ROOM 107
First Row-D. Castro, J. Cromar, Mrs. Braley, J.
Colburn, J. Coulter.
Second Row-W. Hall, J. Ford, T. Diamond, T.
Earle, F. Joesting, G. Howard.
Third Row-V. Currier, J. Buck, C. Brown, P. Zelko,
Fourth Row-T. Kirkpatrick, B. Ericsen, B. Baldree,
G. Crandall, T. Frey, J. Levay.
Fifth Row-S. Christo, A. Charackalis, Dougherty,
C. Connell, L. Casey, P. Buxton.
Sixth Row-T. Dorsey, L. Fear.
HOME ROOM 108
First Row-G. Sinclair, K. Shelton, Miss Horsey, E
Ristaino, B. Ritter.
Second Rows B. M. Schenck, I. A. Sears, R. Rogers
E. Schlepegrell, C. Russell, N. Somers.
Third Row-S. Sappington, P. A. Stockett, S. Rule,
P. Saslaw, A. Ridout.
Fourth Row-B. Stockett, N. Gruber, P. Stallings, P
Glassman, 1. Stallings, B, Stearns, F. Wuebbens
HOME ROOM 110
First Row-M. E. Thompson, M. Higgs, Miss Newlon,
M. Williams, M. Wilkinson.
Second Row-M. Williams, N. Roberto, B. White, M.
Whittington, Wooster, P. Zelko.
Thira' Row-E. Hilbert, Wheeler, B. Winter, B.
Weeks, M. A. Woolford.
Fourth Row-A. Vina, Trott, P .Wilson, Stubbs,
A. Tennyson, D. Farinas.
Fifth Row-P. Weber, P. Taylor, R. Whittington, J.
I-IOME ROOM 109
First Row--G. Bassford, E. Bausum, Miss Dick, S
Boerstler, N. Baylilf.
Second Row--G. Miller, B. Agriesti, A. Ford, C. Como,
G. Bass, J. Crisp.
Third Row-B. Basil, M. Bottner, M. Beall, S. All
ston, H. Beyerlein.
Fourth Row--D. Atwell, D. Crosby, E. Condon, C
George, B. Bryant, E. Burdett.
Fifth Row-M. Adams, C. Bouttier, S. Basil, K. Bean
Sixth Row-C. Brohawn, K. Bunker, A. Currier, V
Carr, R. Brady.
HOME ROOM 301
First Row-M. Miller, J. Nichols, Miss Gaeth, J
Molden, R. Toney.
Second Row-R. Zelko, N. Tydings, R. Kavanaugh
R. Willis, A. Tomanio, Vanclerburgh.
Third Row-G. Richman, Lipman, J. Palmer, G
Merle, S. Lee, D. Phipps.
Fourth Row-B. Washington, L. Turner, H. Wood, K
Westervelt, G. Wilson, A. Woodburn.
Fifth Row-A. Loughlin, A. Ravenscroft, J. Pole, D
Lyne, Kf McGinnis.
Sixth Raw-C. Wood, A. Tuers, R. Williams.
HOME ROOM 309
First Row--R. Eucare, M. Franz, Miss Kephart,
Second Row-R. Meilclejohn, K. Popham, A. Riley,
J. Minter, D. Newell, W. Lusby.
Third Row-E. Finlcle, M. Garner, Donaldson, B.
Deale, C. Fax-ish.
Fourth Raw-T. Meelcins, D. Asher, K. Riley, G.
Manning, F. Rupp, A. Riclout, L. McNew.
Fifth ROW-K. Galloway, D. Dove, B. Doyle, S. West-
hofen, S. Freclenburgh, S. Dove.
HOME ROOM 104
First Row-J. Springfield, D. Terry, Mrs. King, D.
Zepp, B. Walters.
Second Row-N. Smith, W. Smith, R. Snolus, C.
Winegardner, N. Wells, M. Whittington.
Third Row-M. Weidmann, C. White, S. Yost, R. L.
Young, B. Trott.
Fourth Row-E. Stoclcett, M. Vanderburgh, B. West-
phal, R. Washington, N. Stine, E. Stokes.
Fifth Row-P. Wolod, G. Williams, E. Windsor, R.
Taylor, M. Waterman, H. Smith, R. Vallanding-
ham, J. Wagner.
HOME ROOM 303
First Row-M. Cooley, M. Miracle, Miss Vincent,
Daniels, A. Ford.
Second Row-J. Cordle, W. Boachal, G. Ford, R. Cook.
Third Row-M. E. Burns, L. Blades, A. Emerson, M.
Cantler, N. Hilprecht, F. Gillespie.
Fourth Row-W. Phelps, J. Finkle, F. Wood, A.
Fifth Row-M. Brown, W. Dawson, G. Springfield
D. Cook, Eckert.
HOME ROOM 302
First Row--E. Harbaugh, B. Leitch, Mrs. McHose, E
Fiala, B. Grollen.
Second Row-D. Hardesty, W. Donald, J. Homberg
R. Eilers, M. Morris, F. Jones.
Thira' ROW-E. Kirby, S. Harder, M. Goldsborough
Fourth Row-J. Keating, R. McKay, P. Downing, J
Fear, C. Demas, H. Gates.
Fifth Row-E. Herring, M. Henry, P. Johnson, H
Hubbard, A. Kirby, K. Herbert, M. Long.
Sixth Row-J. Joyce, F. Veck J. Brown, T. Morton
T. Florestano, W. Cunningham, J. Joy, G. Sniith
HOME ROOM 305
First Row-J. Emericlc, Mrs. Pierce, A. Cupp, H.
Second ROW-R. Crowbery, S. Anderson, R. Basil, T
Cammarata, T. Bergen, A. Sears.
Third Row-P. Cronin, M. Bounelis, Brown, B
Beard, Asher, R. James, P. Frantom.
Fourth Row-H. Brown, N. Cooper, L. Bottner,
Sears, C. Shoclcley, J. Perish, M. Collins.
Fifth ROW-D. Como, K. Barber, T. Billstein, I. Bau
sum, D. George, L. Brouse, B. Basil, Bromely
W. Carter. A
HOME ROOM 304
First Row-J. Miller, C. Basil, Mrs. Smith, M. Moon,
Second Row-E. Brittan, Stevens, F. Huchel, L.
Connelly, M. Wickman, R. Collie.
Third Raw-M. Hazen, A. Brice, Daley, K. Cocka-
day, B. Ayers, S. Garner, J. Carr, L. Buxton,
Fourth Row-J. Kalmey, C. Davidson, Marston, T.
Abato, J. Duvall, I. Lamb, E. Friedel, B. Cook,
G. Bloom, F. Davidson.
Fifth Row-N. Gaylor, M. Webb, B. Ford, G. Ras-
mussen, D. Olsen, B. Vermillion, P. Dayson, F.
Wuebbens, Weston, G. McClanalcan.
HOME ROOM 307
First Row-R. Aisquith, M. Taylor, B. Carlson, N
Elliot, J. Havenner. Q
Second Row-A. Inman, G. Daggett, W. Givens, T
Happel, L. Aisquith, M. Tucker, A. Jordan.
Third Row-W. Beall, P. Elliott, C. Moore, Mr
Norris, jordan, W. Mason, A. Kahn.
Fourth Row-R. Connell, S. Blades, L. Armiger
M. Brashears, H. Geisler, P. Beach.
HOME ROOM 308
First Row-J. Ramey, 1. Reichel, Miss Marking, V.
Shawen, S. A. McDonnell.
Second Row-G. Schultz, K. Sears, J. Purdy, N.
Nichols, R. Poff, C. Schmiclt.
Third Row-J. Frantom, N. Reppenhagen, A. Miller
M. Sherald, J. Schlepegrell, F. Sheridan.
Fourth Row-B. Sheridan, M. Sarles, J. Rosette, W
Paul, D. Pennington, R. Russell, E. Weber.
Fifth Row-E. Norfolk, C. Cooper, S. Murray, P.
Lynn, J. Hall, V. Smith, J. Mason.
Sixth Row-P. Parkinson, W. Mumford, Murchake
W. Schultz, D. Slcinlcle, R. Page.
HOME ROOM 310
Firxt Row-B. Rosatti, D. Westphal, Miss Zeigler, P
Whestphal, D. Sears.
Second Row--W. Mays, D. Palmer, H. Mason, R.
Morgan, N. Phipps, T. Kelly.
Third Row-F. Keeney, M. Bowen, S. Myers, M
Williams, D. Lloyd, B. Manning.
Fourth Row-D. Pushhart, B. Parkinson, Terwilliger,
J. Arison, J. Jenson, D. Figgs, R. jones.
Fifth Row--C. Numutter, M. Hyatt, j. James, C. Ball
Q f , EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
B. Bass, Presxdentg Merechth, Vxce Prend t
B. Coney, Secretary.
S. G. LEGISLATURE
The STUDENT GOVERNMENT is our controlling body and has the power to
make many vital decisions concerning school matters.
One of the high spots of the school year is "election time." In their Junior year,
several students are nominated to run for the offices of President, Vice-President, Secretary,
and Treasurer. The campaigns are usually very well planned and exciting. This year the
job of President was capably handled by Bob Bass. He was assisted by Jimmy Meredith as
Vice-President, Bob Coney as Secretary, and Dorothy Stockett as Treasurer. Miss Noble
and Miss Hicks were the faculty advisers.
We have had a STUDENT LEGISLATURE. Here the students can freely express
their opinions on current school problems. Each homeroom has its representatives at the
meetings. These students carry on discussions and later report the proceedings to their
The TRAFFIC SQUAD, under the direction of Mr. Herklotz, ably assists the Legis-
lature in preserving law and order among the student body. Kindly, but nrmly, they direct
behavior into the proper paths. The squad is composed of members with high scholastic
and citizenship standings. The Captain of this organization is Dick Cassard, while the
Lieutenants are: Bob Kerr, Walter Scherger, Jean Joachim, and Betty Yost. The squad
takes many playful insults but "justice reigns," and many a student has learned that crime
doesn't pay when he is brought before the STUDENT COURT.
One of the unsung heroes of A. H. S. is the SOCIAL COMMITTEE. Haven't you
enjoyed the dances, jamborees, and other social events? You can thank the Social Com-
mittee and Miss Matrox! Without fanfare, it has quietly attended to the many tasks
required to plan your fun.
All of these organizations have worked together to give the students of A. H. S. a
happy medium of work and play. And from where we sit, it looks as if they do a good job.
WAKE GENERAL STAFF
First Row-G. Meyer, R. Ellerslxaw, M. Green, Jackson, W. Gaw, Joachim, Neiman
Second Row-H. Daniels, M. Roth, Swartz, Michaelson, G. Masters, M. Williams
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The WAKE is produced by and for the entire student body. With a mimimum of
friction and a maximum of cooperation, A. H. S. has proved that it can publish a year-
book of which we can all be proud.
The purpose of the staff is to give between the covers of one book, a condensation of
all the things which we will always associate with our school life.
This year, for the first time, students other than seniors were able to participate. Last
spring each person had a chance to nominate himor her self for the particular staff position
in which he or she wished to serve. Seniors have occupied the jobs of Editor-in-Chief, Lit-
erary Editor, and were heads of the various staffs, while the Juniors occupied jobs as assistant
editors and held positions on the staffs. We have had many headaches and have spent
much time checking and re-checking the many things that must go into a yearbook, but
the experience gained was time well spent. Much of our success was due to Miss Gaeth,
our Literary Adviser, whose untiring efforts we appreciated. When Miss Gaeth left us in
February, her place was ably taken by Mrs. Savage who continued as our faculty adviser.
The Patron, Advertising, and Circulation staffs, under the guiding hand of Mrs. Kinhart,
saw to it that the book was financed. A good deal of credit is also due to the Art Depart-
ment which, under the guidance of Mrs. Braley, was responsible for the catchy and original
drawings. So you see that with the help of the staff, the advisers, the An Department,
and the many people who helped us in big and little ways, we have given you this album
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LITERARY STAFF ADVISERS
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TALLY-HO GENERAL STAFF
Those of us with Literary talent have an outlet for our skill in the school paper-
Tally-Ho. The volunteer staff has experience in Feature, Nlews, Sports and Editorial
writing. Everyone chooses his own job and cloes it to the best of his ability including proof
reacling, makeup and headlining. Much of Tally-Hob' success is due to the invaluable
assistance of its two faculty aclvisers. Miss Kiibler helps with the literary phase while Miss
Davis takes care of the circulation department. Every other week this publication gives
an accurate picture of school life, so "Ye Olde Tally-HOV' is one of the things we will
always associate with A. H. S.
First Row-C. Ewald, M. Hardesty, J. Neff, H. Daniels, M. Doeplrins.
Second Row-H. Snyder, B. Bass, Miss Noble, G. Rawlings, Meredith.
The organization in A. H. S. whose keynote is high rankings in scholarship and leader-
ship is the Annapolis chapter of the National Honor Society. The primary function of the
Honor Society is to give the members of the student body a goal to strive for but it also
offers service to the school. The members very often help out in emergencies by taking
charge of classrooms and by tutoring pupils who are behind in their work. The Honor
Society is a comparatively new organization in A. H. S. It was instituted in 1945 and has
been steadily growing ever since. Its success is due in great part to its faculty adviser,
Miss Noble and to its competent ofiicers who this year are: President, John Neff, Vice-
President, Helen Danielsg and Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Linda Hardesty.
The requirements for membership in this society are: A or B average since the Freshman
year and outstanding abilities in Leadership, Service, and Character.
Let's all remember the slogan of the Honor Society: CHARACTER, SCHOLARSHIP,
The job of giving A. H. S. Assemblies which are both entertaining and educational
is accomplished by the SENIOR AND JUNIOR ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES, under
the coordination of Miss Marking. The Senior Committee adviser is Miss Kephart.
Charlotte Ewald, its president has introduced many of the programs. The Junior Committee,
under the guidance of Mrs. MCI-Iose, has presented the programs for the underclassmen.
What is it that brightens our halls with charming displays and unusual posters? The
ART SERVICE, of course! Under the artistic eye of Mrs. Braley and her able assistant,
Beverly Collison, this group uses its originality to good advantage.
Those of us with musical albility have had a chance to enlarge and use our talents
through the Musical Organizations which are under the direction of Mr. Charles Haslup.
The ORCHESTRA plays at many assemblies and other school functions. The president
of this organization is John Sapp, vice-president, Walter Scherger, while Shirley Butler
acts as librarian. We will long remember the pleasure and relaxation this organization
has afforded us. .
Another musical organization A. H. S. is very proud of is the GLEE CLUB. This
group includes many promising voices of the future who's best qualities are brought out by
their faculty adviser, Mr. Haslup. The members are divided into various groups and have
been outstanding in school activities. The officers are: president, John Neff, vice-president,
Anna Agapitosg and secretary-librarian, Jean Joachim.
Assemblies, radio programs and Annapolis concerts have made everyone pleasantly
acquainted with Armapolis I-Iigh's musical organizations. V
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First row-C. Baldwin, Chaplin, Ander-
son, Treasurerg R. Clemens, First Vice-
President, P. Wirth, President, R. Bass-
ford, Second Vice-President, C. Brice,
Second row-E. Fitch, M. Sparks, O. Smith,
J. Brady, R. Kavanaugh, D. Taylor, G.
Springfield, F. Ball, Greer.
First row--C. Wood, Chaplin, Jackson,
Secretary, Meredith, President, Neff,
F. Echen, Treasurer.
Second row-G. Masters, Sapp, A. jack-
Bachman, M. Mrlik, H. Kelly.
First Row-S. Austen, M. Kaldenback, G.
Merle, M. Williams, R. Ellershaw, M.
Heywood, O. Werntz, S. Davis, M. Dawer,
M. Dudley, H. Belcher, M. Flood, M.
Skinkleson, S. Achenhack, Donelson.
Second row-B. Ritter, E. Sapp, Rogers,
G. Jefferson, K. Galloway, S. Hopkins,
E. Cadell, F. Bailey, Palmer, V. Brooks,
E. Shepperd, B. Wiedman, B. Collinson,
J. Logan, C. Ewald, S. Murray, K. Lamb,
L. Luke, Mrs. MoClench.
Third row-N. Windsor, K. Bean, Wheel-
er, I. Lisowski, P. Worthington, D.
Lisowski, E. Hodges, Leatherhury, P.
Lancaster, S. Basil, Knaclcstead, D.
Donelon, B. Duckett, P. Wilson, A.
Williams, M. Adams, P. Henderson, N.
First row-L. Swallow, Treasurer, B. Nor-
wood, Vice-Presidentg B. Yost, President,
E. Wade, Secretary, Leatherbury.
Second row-M. Hall, K. Bounelis, L. Du-
vall, B. Duvall, A. Bradshaw, N. Wind-
sor, M. Morgan, B. Carberry.
Third row-J. Nix, Downing, D. Stall-
ings, P. Lancaster, S. Swallow, Logan,
son, C. Taylor, P. Weidman, Dam-
Third row-P. Wuebbens, T. Collins, G.
First Row-Rawlings, Cassard, Miller, Avery
Russel, Baldwin, Brady, Pohlner.
Second Row-Deale, Kleeberg, Fisher, Hard-
esty, Smith, Howard, Aubrey, Abato,
Third Row-Hodges, Collins, Frano, Dorsey
C. Mumford, Kavanaugh, W. Mumford,
Fourth Row-Lewis, Dietz, Norfolk, Dear-
The varsity soccer squad was well rewarded for the many afternoons they spent
in practice. Vifinning five games, tying four, and losing only one game of the season,
the team was victorious over such squads as Forest Park, Southern, and Arundel. The
key guns of the Panther attack were George Miller, Charles Phrdesty, Preston Cantler,
and Dick Cassard.
First Row-C. Fisher, Hodges, C. Hard
esty, B. Howard, M. Richman.
ford, E. Lerner, Anderson, R. Clemens
BOY'S VARSITY BASKETBALL
Although the inexperienced varsity basketball team suffered many crushing defeats
this year, we have high hopes for next year. The tough schedule for the season has
brought them against some of the best teams in this section.
The double-pivot-play and many other intricate techniques were perfected in their
struggle against the many highly trained opponents. All this knowledge and practice
will enable them to subdue even the most formidable teams of next year's schedule.
Second Row-J. Sapp, E. Fitch, C. Mum-
First Row-S. Miller, N. Blew, M. Hall,
Joesting, D. Parkinson, E. Hodges.
Second Row--Miss Wharton, P. Peregory, A.
Loughlin, S. Davis, B. Podlich, M. E. Dill,
M. L. Flood, H. Belcher.
The Lady Panthers had a rather poor season this year, winning only two out of their
seven scheduled games of the season.
Sally Davis was the highest scorer with an eleven point two average, while Dolores
Parkinson, Marguerite Hall, and Judy Joesting also ran in the "high scorer" line up.
The girlls varsity speedball squad had a fair season this year, losing only two games
during the season, both of which were to Glen Burnie.
High scorer was Sally Davis with eleven points, while Ardeth Loughlin and Betsy
Podlich tied for second place each tallying ten points.
Second Row-S. Miller, M. E. Dill, H
Winter, Miss Wharton, N. Faust, D
Donelan, V. Hall.
First Row-E. Phipps, J. -Ioesting, S. Davis,
Bob Clemens, presidentg Mike M1-lik, 'vice
presidentg Nancy Fowler, sec. treas.
John Neff, presidentg Jean Joachim, vice
presidentg Jenny Calabrese, sec. treas.
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John Greer, presidentg Nora Collins, vice-
presidentg Mary Ann Kerr, sec. treas.
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Guilty, or not guilty?
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Builders of tomorrow
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What a Life!
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Our artist at work
"God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen!"
Miss Naomi L. Brewer '27 Mr.
Mr. Anthony Ahato
Mrs. Anthony Abato
Mrs. Walton Achenback
Mr. 81 Mrs. Agapitos
Gerry Aisquith '47
Mrs. Thirkeld Aisquith
Mrs. Doris Aisquith
Gerard J. Alexander
Mrs. Frances Alton
Mr. Joseph W. Alton
Mr. Joseph Alton
Mrs. Thomas Ambor
Regina Ambrose '47
Dr. 81 Mrs. Albert L. Anderson
F. A. Andrews
Mrs. R. E. Arison
Howard E. Armiger, Jr.
Miss Louise Asquith
Mrs. Pearl Asquith
Miss Ann Mae Avery
Mr. H. E. Avery
Mrs. H. E. Avery
Mrs. Mary E. Ayers
Mr. 81 Mrs. Geo. Bachman
Mrs. 8: Mrs. M. T. Bachman
Mr. J. E. Baglin
Mrs. E. Baglin
Miss Marjorie Baker
Pauline Baker '46
Sally Anne Baker '46
Miss Bettie K. Bangert
Mrs. St. George Barger
Mr. Wm. Barnard
Miss Ruth Ann Barney
Barbara Basil '48
Mrs. John Basil
Mr. 6: Mrs. Owen A. Basil
Mr. Bc Mrs. Robert Basil
Mr. Thomas R. Basil
Mr. Wilmer Basil
Lillian L. Basiliere
Mrs. Luvina Basiliere
Mrs. Robert D. Bass
Robert D. Bass '47
Mrs. Elizabeth Bassford
Mr. George Bassford
Mr. Wilton Bassford
Emery A. Bates
Philip W. Beall
Mrs. Ralpha G. Beklke
Mr. Bt Mrs. Eugene Belcher
Helen Belcher '48
Mr. A. M. Benchoff
Lenard W. Bender
Mrs. Etta L. Benning
Mrs. Anna Besseck
Mrs. A. H. Bitter
Mr. B. C. Bloom
Prof. 81 Mrs. C. T. Boehnlein
Mr. 6: Mrs. E. M. Bowen
Mr. Marley Bowen
Prof. C. C. Bramble
Bertha Branham '47
Mr. 51 Mrs. T. J. Branham
Mr. Revell Carr
Mrs. Raynord Carr
Mr. Maynord Carr
Mr. 8L Mrs. Roland Carr
Mr. Bc Mrs. Virgil Carr
Mrs. A. O. Carter
Mary R. Carter
Rosa M. Carter
Audrey Casey '48
William L. Cassard
E. R. Chaney
6: Mrs. G. Characklis
James M. Clayton
SL Mrs. C. Carroll Brice,
C. Carroll Brice III
Dr. O. T. Brice
Mrs. E. Britton
Col. Clifton A. Brode
Mrs Charles' Brohawn
Mrs. Charles B. Brohawn
8: Mrs. C. Brown
Mary Elizabeth Brown
Raymond Brown, Jr.
Samuel F. Brown
William Brown '43
Mr. Bc Mrs. R. E. Brouse
Mr. William D. Bullen
Alice R. Burford
Mrs. R. H. Busch
Miss Nancy Busto
Mrs. A. Busto
Mrs. William Butler
Mr. 6: Mrs. E. T. Buxton
Mr. Gilbert Cadell
Mr. G. F. Cadell
Mr. 61 Mrs. William F. Cadell
James H. Campbell
Mrs. Joseph Campbell
Mr. John Cannoni
Mr. 81 Mrs. Fred W. Carlson
Miss Clayton Carr
Mrs. Edith Codd
Capt. Douglas W. Coe
Mrs. Douglas Coe
Miss Beverly Collison '47
Cora M. Collison
James W. Collinson
Mr. 61 Mrs. Walter N. Collison
T. E. Collison
William J. Collison
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. J. Cammarato
Miss Jane Cammarato
Mrs. Roland E. Como
Mr. Bc Mrs. H. B. Cook Hi
Mrs. Joseph W. Cook
Mrs. Joseph W. Cook, Jr.
Miss Margaret Cook
Miss Margarett E. Cook
Mr. dc Mrs. Wilbert Cook
Mr. C. Cooper
Miss Dorothy Corn
Mary Katharine Cox
Miss Kathryn W. Cox
Mrs. George W. Craig
Mr. Charles Crandle
Mr. F. S. Crismond
Mr. 61 Mrs. C. Cronin
Mr. 81 Mrs. F. A. Crumston
Mrs. Allen Cullember
Mr. Allen Cullember
Mrs. Edward Cummings
Mrs. Franklin Cummings
Mr. Herbert Cummings
Mr. Lester Cummings
Mrs. Norman Cummings
John L. Currier
Helen Daniels '47
Mrs. Sarah Daniels
Mr. Harry Dauer
Mr. Gt Mrs. Wm. F. Dauer
R. E. Davidson
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. T. Davidson
Mrs. Allen Dawson
Miss Elizabeth Davis
Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Davis
Mrs. Hunting Davis
Mr. William Dawson
Doris Deale '46
Mr. Bt Mrs. George H. Deale
F. L. Decker
Mr. 8 eMrs. W. H. Decker
De Conway Pharmacy
Mr. Bt Mrs. Roger Deanborn
Henry Di Benio
Mrs. Edward O. Dill
Mary Erma Dill '47
Mr. Gt Mrs. Erma O. Dill
Bemard Doepkens '45
Mr. Bt Mrs. Henry Doepkens
Mary Doepkens '47
Mr. Owen Dove
Mrs. K. H. Duckett
K. H. Duckett
Mr. Bt Mrs. S. W. Duckett
Mrs. F. Dull
Mrs. Charles Duvall
Mr. Dorsey Duvall
Virginia Lee Duvall
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. R. Easterday
Mrs. R. W. Easterday
Jo Ann Edwards
Mrs. Kate Eichler
Mr. Hank Eiring
Mr. 81 Mrs. Samuel Eisenstein
Mrs. P. E. Eliason
Mr. 61 Mrs. R. B. Ellershaw
Mr. Arthur Ellington
Mrs. Marion Engelke
Mrs. L. C. English
C. F. Erbach
Mrs. G. A. Erickson
G. A. Erickson
Robert H. Estill
Mr. Bt Mrs. M. S. Evans
Mr. Robt. T. Everett, Jr.
Capt. Sc Mrs. J. B. Ewald
Miss Emily Ewing
Miss Jeannie Faust
Mrs. Wm. Owen Faust
Miss Kathy Fedak
Miss Nyce Feldemeyer
Mrs. George Fishel
Dalberr G. Fitch
Mr. BL Mrs. W. F. Flood
Mr. Bt Mrs. W. F. Flood,
Miss Hazel L Fogle
Mrs. W. C. Ford
Mr. 66 Mrs. A. Frageser
Mrs. Annie Frano
E. B. Frantom
Mrs. G. A. Frantom
D. H. Frantum
Mrs. H. Frantum
Prof. A. Frey
Mrs. Edward Fristche
Mrs. Allen Fulton
Mr. Allen Fulton
Mrs. William F. Gardner
Mrs. Francis Gasperich
Mr. Francis Gasperich
Mr. James A. Garrett
Mrs. C. S. Gaw
Emmett G. Gaylor
Gene, Pudge and Steve
A. W. Giddings
Marie Giddings '46
Robert W. Goodrich, Jr.
Mrs. Eleanor Gosneli
Anne Morgan Grady
Mr. 6: Mrs. D. M. Grady
Miss Emma Gramlich
Mrs. J. C. Gray
Mr. Oscar E. Grey, Jr.
Mrs. Robert Griffith
Ida W. Grimes
Wrightson W. Grimes
Capt. 8: Mrs. P. W. Haas, Jr.
Mr. dt Mrs. D. W. Hall
Mrs. Everett Hall
Dr. H. V. Hall
Mr. Irving Hall
Mr. Luke Hall
Mrs. Mary Hall
Mrs. Russel Hallock
Miss Pat Halpine
Lt. Com. GL Mrs. H. J. Halpine
Mrs. Jonah Halsted
Mrs. N. C. Hamer
81 Mrs. P. D. Hanger
Miss Doris Hardesty
Mary Linda Hardesty
Mrs. Winterson Hardesty
Gt Mrs. Ernest Hawkins
Roland J. Hays
Joseph T. Hazen
Roberta F. Healy
R. E. Heise
Charles Allan Heisler
y Frances Heywood
Mrs. H. W. Heywood
Raymond M. Hibberd '41
J. P. Highland
61 Mrs. James D. Hill
Margaret D. Hitchcock
C. Addison Hodges
J. W. Hodges
R. E. Hood
J. B. Hopkins
J. Lloyd Hopkins
er J. W. Hopkins
8: Mrs. T. W. Hopkins
Janith R. Horsey
Mrs. Dorothy Housel '40
Louise Housley '46
Mrs. F. N. Howard
Mrs. . D. Howard
Mrs. Luther E. Howard
Mrs. Wm. Howard
J. D. Hudgins
Mr. C. T. Hufnagel
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. W. Hurlock
Mrs. John E. Huss
Mr. Robert Hydeman
Mr. Carroll H. Hynson
Capt. 81 Mrs. W. B. Ignatius
Mrs. A. Ippolito
Mr. dz Mrs. W. E. Issell
Mr. Samuel M. Ivrey, Attorney
Miss Danetto Jackson
Mrs. E. M. Jaclcson
Comdr. Bt Mrs. E. M. Jackson, J
Mrs. L. V. Jackson
Mr. S. P. James
Mr. 61 Mrs. J. M. Jayne
Stanley D. Jeffers
Mrs. Norman Jelferson
Mr. Harmin I. Jess
Mrs. Bertha Jewell
Miss Harriet Jewell
Jean Joachim '47
Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. F. Joachim
Mrs. Frank R. Joesting
Frank R. Joesting
Miss Ethel Johnson
Mr. John Johnstone
Mrs. D. Jones
E. E. Jones
Mrs. Leila E. Jones
Mr. W. A. Jones
Mrs. W. A. Jones
Mrs. Wilbur Jones
Mr. William Staley Jones
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. B. Joy
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. R. Joyce
Mr. Lewis Kalandros
Mrs. H. E. Kaldenbach
Mr. H. E. Kaldenbach
Edward F. Kane, Jr.
Mrs. A. S. Karch
F. William Kaufmann
Mrs. Henry Kaufmann
Mr. 81 Mrs. John Kempton
Wm. F. Kerchner
Mr. 81 Mrs. J. H. Kerchner
Miss Katherine M. Kibler
Mrs. Irving King
William King, Jr.
Dr. 6: Mrs. Howard A. Kinhart
Mrs. Wm. Kirby
Mrs. Lillian Knaclcsteat
Mrs. Fannie Knode
Rev. Homer W. Koch
Robert C. Koehler
Mr. 8: Mrs. P. E. Kohlhepp
Mr. Richard Krull
Mr. 8: Mrs. Abe Kurnow
Mrs. R. Labovitz
Mr. 6: Mrs. C. J. Lancaster
Mrs. Wilmer Lang
Mrs. R. C. Lamb
Prof. R. C. Lamb
Mr. 8: Mrs. Stephen Larrimore Lee
Mrs. W. Laughlin
Mr. William Leanos
Miss Marion E. Learly
Daisy Le Compte
Mr. Frank Lee
Mrs. J. Lee
Mr. William Lee
Mr. M. C. Legum
C. F. Leigh
Mrs. Francis Leitch
Miss Emilie Lengle
H. Deshiell Le Tourneau
Mrs. R. Levy
Mrs. H. E. Lewis
Mrs. Gus Lewnes
John P. Lewnes
Mrs. C. G. Linder
Dr. E. G. Linhardt
Mrs. H. Linton
Mrs. J. E. Linskey
Miss Doris Lisowsky
Miss Irene Lisowsky
Mrs. Peter Lisowslcy
Mr. 6C Mrs. Little
Ronald Lee Little
Elsie Marie Loftus
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. L. Logan
Mrs. May B. Logan
Mrs. Vivian Lomax
Mr. dc Mrs. G. Lowman
Mr. Bc Mrs. Lucas
Mrs. Marvin L. Lucas
Mr. 61 Mrs. George A. Luclce, Sr.
Mr. Donald J. Luongo
Mrs. W. F. Lyons
Ida Mae Marshall '46
Mr. dt Mrs. Lamor Martin
Mrs. James G. Mason
Mr. George Masters, Sr.
Mrs. George T. Masters
Mrs. George W. Masters
E. C. McCarter
Mrs. W. E. McCarthy
Mrs. Donald McClench
Lt. Col. John W. McCormick
Mr. William McCready
Willie Joe McCullough
Mrs. Shirley McCullough
Antrim A. McKay
Ramon Meade '47
Mr. Bl Mrs. Russell E. Meade
Mrs. Harry H. Meisel
James Meredith -'47
Mr. Bc Mrs. C. L. Meredith
Mr. BL Mrs. John A. Meredith
Mrs. John Merdory
Mr. 8: Mrs. Benjamin Michaelson
Mrs. A. R. Middleton
Miss Kathryn Middleton '46
E. K. Miller
Mr. George D. Miller
Mrs. George D. Miller
Melvin Miller '47
Mr. Samuel B. Miller
Capt. Bt Mrs. Wallace J. Miller
Mr. 6: Mrs. Wilbur Miller
Mrs. Margaret Moreland
Russell Henry Moreland
Mr. William H. Moreland
Mr. 61 Mrs. William P. Moreland
J. B. Moore
W. E. Moore
Mrs. S. C. Moore
Mrs. George Abram Moss
Marion Y. Mrlik
Mr. BL Mrs. Michael Mrlik
Mrfl 61 Mrs. E. R. Mumford
Mary Munroe '46
Mrs. John Murchake
Margaret Murchake '45
Mrs. Cabert Murphy
Mrs. E. C. Murray
Mrs. Hilda L. Musterman
Mr. J. H. Musterman
Major Charles Myers
Nancy D. Myers '46
Ruby and Golda Myers
Mrs. Walter H. Myers
Dr. dt Mrs. Luther Neff
Mr. John W. Neff
Lt. Paul Neff
Mr. dt Mrs. J. G. Neiman
W. 'E. Neiman, F lfc U.S.N.
Mr. Bt Mrs. Vernon R. Nelson
Mrs. John Nicol
Mr. Leo Nims
Miss Dorothy Noble
Mr. George Norris
Robert North '46
Mr. Horace Norwood
Mr. 51 Mrs. Louis H. Norwood
Miss Barbara Jane Oaks '46
Miss Harriett May Ohman
Daniel C. Olson
William E. O'Neil
Miss Leone Orner
Mrs. Marie E. Orme
Mrs. C. E. Ortman
Lt. R. J. O'Shea
Mrs. Charles Owens
Jack and Barbara Owens
Owens' l Brothers
Howard B. Palmer
L. A. Palmer, Jr.
L. A. Palmer, Sr.
Verdine W. Palmer
Zella L. Palmer
Mr. 6: Mrs. S. Panos
Mrs. E. Panalo
Mr. 81 Mrs. R. C. Parker
Mr. Bt Mrs. Alfred Parkinson
Mrs. A. M. Parkinson
Wayne S. Parkinson, U. S. M.
Mrs. Mildred Parks
Mrs. Lucille Parlier
Mrs. Freeman Paulson
William Bo Peregoy
Mrs. Raymond Phipps '41
Betty Piegler '44
H. T. Pike
W. D. Platt
Mrs. William F. Podlich
Mrs. Paul Pohlner
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harrison Pollock
Mrs. Eva Proskey
Mrs. Marion Pruitt
Mrs. V. Purkrabek
Elizabeth A. Quiin
"Ruth and Racheli'
F lfc Benjamin L. Rawlings '45
Lt. fjgj F. T. Rawlings, Jr.
Helen Rawlings '44
Miss M. Luch Redmond
Mrs. Robert Redmond
Alvin F. Rehn, Jr., '44
Mr. Bt Mrs. Alex Rehn
Dr. Bt Mrs. Wm. Reichel
Myron S. Reichel
Mrs. L. H. Rembold
Miss Margaret Revel
Mrs. Mary Rice
Mr. George R. Richard
Mrs. Jennie Richardson
Mr. Phil F. Richman
Mrs. Page Riddleberger
Mrs. Howard Riggen
Mr. W. W. Riggens
Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles F. Rinehart
Mrs. Frank Rinehart
Miss Mildred Rochlitz
Mrs. Maude E. Rogers
Mrs. Edith B. Rollins
Melville Roth '47
Comdr. GL Mrs. Rule
Mr. 8: Mrs. Cecil H. Russell
Mr. Bt Mrs. F. M. Russell
Mrs. John G. Russell
Mrs. O. Russell
Mr. William M. Russell
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard Rust
Mrs. C. E. Sadler
Mr. 81 Mrs. Herbert Sadler
Mr. 8t Mrs. A. F. Saffell
Mr. George Saltzman
Mrs. Wm. Saltzman
Mr. Wm. Saltzman
Mrs. J. Catherine Savage
Mr. BL Mrs. Schaen
Mrs. William Schessek
Ens. Tommy Schifanelli
Mr. Jack Schley
Mrs. Henry D. Schmitz
Mr. Henry Schmitz
Mr. 8: Mrs. Emest Schultz
Mf..5l Mrs. B. F. Sears
Mr. 8: Mrs. Carl Sees
Mr. Gilbert B. Shaw
Mr. Hiram Shaw
Ronald G. Shaw '46
Paul W. Shaw
Mrs.'Paul W. Shaw
Mrs. LeRoy NJ. Sheats
Mrs. W.- S. Sherbert
Mrs. E. L. Shetsline
Miss Helen Sherlock
Com. dt Mrs. J. B. Shirley
fred L Sideway
Mr. E. M. Sideway, Jr.
Mrs. E. M. Sideway, Jr.
E. M. Sideway, Jr.
Mrs. Oneita Sideway
Mr. William Sireco
Mrs. Evelyn Sites
Mrs. Anita P. Skordas
Mr. Gust Skordas
Capt. 6: Mrs. E. W. Slaven
Mrs. Joseph Slaven
Mrs. Berry Slocombe
Mr. Harry G. Slocombe
Miss Yvonne Slocombe
Mrs. Earl Smith
Miss Eleanora Smith
Mrs. LeRoy Smith
Mr. Reed W. Smith
Mr. Bt Mrs. Thomas A. Smith, Jr
Mr. Warren Smith
Mr. William Smith
Mrs. Henry Snellings
Miss Harriet Snyder
Mr. Albert Sodensky
Miss A. E. Southern
Mrs. F. M. Speaks
Mr. Irving Spiegel
Miss Rose Springfield
Mr. Bc Mrs. Grover L. Squib
Mrs. Elizabeth Stahl
Mr. Albert T. Stallings
Mr. Charles R. Stallings
Miss Dale L. Stallings
Mrs. E. S. Stallings
Mrs. Harvey Stallings
Mr. BL Mrs. H. M. Stallings
Mrs. Lily Stallings
Miss Mary Ellen Stallings
Mr. Bc Mrs. Richard E. Stallings
Miss Sarah A. Stallings
Mr. Sherman Stallings
Mrs. H. K. Starlcweather
Mr. A. Stastny
Mr. Joseph Sterling
Mrs. Joseph Sterling
Miss Betty Stevens
Miss Betty Ann Winter
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stahl
Mrs. David F. Stewart
Mrs. Joe Stewart
Mrs. B. F. Stockett
Mr. A. W. Stokes
Mr. Cosby Stokes, Jr.
Mr. Cosby Stokes, Fr.
Miss Esther Stokes
Mr. Bt Mrs. Samuel Stokes
Mrs. G. W. Stringer
Mrs. M. B. Stuller
Professor Henry Sturdy
Miss Elizabeth Suit
Miss Rose Suit
Mr. dt Mrs. Raymond Swartz
Miss Susan Swartz
Mrs. Charles Swartzburg
Mr. Edwin Swenson
Lt. dt Mrs. J. E. Swink
Mrs. Oden L. Tall
Miss Edith A. Taylor
Miss Emily Taylor
Lt. Comdr. E. L. Taylor
Miss Hannah Taylor
Mrs. John Taylor
Miss Margaret L. Taylor
Miss Phylylis Taylor
Mrs. R. C. Taylor
Mrs. Robert Taylor
Mr. Charles Tayman
Pvt. Marvin E. Terwilliger
Mr. Bt Mrs. John R. T. Thomas
Mrs. Wm. N. Thomas
Mr. Gilbert Thompson
Mr. Gt Mrs. joseph Thompson
Mr. Kermit Thompson
Mr. Seaton Thompson
Mr. Gt Mrs. H. Tilghman
Mrs. Bemice L. Tippett
Mr. lt Mrs. Herman Tomas
Miss Rachel Toney
Mrs. R. A. Torovsky
Mr. Albert Touchard
Mr. Bt Mrs. John F. Trimmer
Miss Genie Tucker
Mrs. C. Wirth
Miss Orville Tucker
Mr. L. G. Turner
Miss Mary V. Tyler
Mr. Burt Van Dusen
Miss Virginia R. Vincent
Mr. Harry Wahab
Mrs. Virginia Waldrop
Mrs. R. L. Walker
Mr. David Wallace
Mrs. B. Waters
Mr. James R. Warman
Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter Ward
Mr. 6: Mrs. E. P. Wayson
Mr. Samuel T. Weinstock
Mr. C. Garner Werntz
Mrs. .Wm. F. C. Whalen
Col. Bt Mrs. W. Whaley
Miss Margaret Wharton
Mr. Lloyd Wheeler
Mr. R. W. Whitcomb
Mr. Arthur White
Mr. C. Clarence M. White, Sr.
Evangeline K. White '03
Miss Alice Marie Whittington
Mr. Bt Mrs. Joseph Whittington
Miss Marietta Whittington
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. A. Wildis
Mr. BL Mrs. W. Emerson Wiley
Mr. W. J. Williams
Mr. BL Mrs. A. Williams
Mrs. Floyd Williams
Mr. Bt Mrs. J. F. Williams
Miss Jeanne Wilcox
Miss Anna Marie Wilkinson
Mr. Gt Mrs. William Wilkinson
Mrs. C. Gordan Wilson
Mrs. Edward Wilson
Mr. Bl Mrs. L. T. Wilson
Mr. Robert Wilson
Mrs. T. E. Winn
Miss Katherine Winn
Miss Anne Wolf
Mrs. Dolores Wolford
Mr. Eddie Lee Wolford
Mr. Ritchey P. Wolford
Mrs. Dorothy Wood
Rev. W. C. Wood
Mr. Robert H. Woods
Mrs. W. H. Worthington
Mr. Robert Woytych
Chaplain dt Mrs. E. P. Wuebbens
Lucy Welch Yates '40
Mr. 81 Mrs. Theadore Yost
Mr. Bt Mrs. Zavadil
Miss Jane G. Zeigler
Mrs. Joseph Ziff
Mr. Wm. Zimmerman
Arnold Grammar School
Art Service Club of A. H. S.
Barrett Printing Co.
The Chemistry Club
English IV Sth period
Mr. Fowble's 3rd period scientists
Miss Newlon's General Business
Health 3rd period
Miss Newlon's Sth period Home Arts
Miss Newlon's 6th period Home Arts
First lunch period
Second lunch period
Mrs. Kinl'1art's Needlework Club
Oiiice Training Class
Sigma Theta Phi
Slama's Shoe Store
West River Country Club
MALJIQICE E. MEADE
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
432 STATE STREET EASTPORT, MARYLAND
T61 Annapolis 2061
WE HOPE TO HAVE YOU
VISIT US TIHRU YEAIRS TO COME
Sheet Music Musical Instruments
0. C. KEENEY AND SONS '
23 RANDALL STREET ANNAPOLIS, MD.
"Parker 5I 's"
185-187 MAIN STREET
AN NAPOLIS MARYLAND
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SPECIALITY DRESS SHOP
77 MARYLAND AVENUE
JUNIOR FORMALS, DRESSES,
Visit our Remodeled Store to
see the Latest Nationally Advertised
R, C. A. General Electric
Many other Appliances Displayed for
Open Evenings until 6 P.M.
78 MARYLAND AVENUE
Best wishes to
THE CLASS OF i947
Carvel Hall's facilities and service
make parties successful. lf you're
planning a party, a dinfner, or a
dance - for yourself or your club-
call us and let us do the worrying.
A SHERATON i-ioTiEL
47 MARYLAND AVENUE
Fountain Pens and Typewriters
Greeting Ca rds
76 Maryland Avenue Dial 3712
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Community Meat Market
Provisions and Groceries
28-30 MARKET SPACE
Weems System of
227 PRINCE GEORGE STREET
Aviation Ground School
Courses in Marine and Air Navigation
C. and C. S. and H. O. Charts and
Publications - Watches
Navigation Instruments 8. Textbooks
Annapolitan Tea Room
48 MARYLAND AVENUE
The Open Door Tea Room
100 COLLEGE AVENUE
225 HANOVER STREET
Telephone 2292 We Call for and Deliver
Dry Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing
i8Ol WEST ST. 2Ol MAIN ST.
Arundel Appliance Sales
Westinghouse Home Appliances
Hoover Cleaners - Magic Chef
l-45 WEST STREET
American Gem Society
Dial 2241 - Res. 3345 Diamonds Remounted
Diamond - Watches - Jewelry
180 MAIN STREET
Mr. and Mrs.
Noah A. Hillman
I IN ANNAPOLIS
Good Luck to the Class of 47 itfs
Herbert's Men's Shop
LIPMAN'S 178 MAIN STREET
JESS CLARK, Manager Phone 2412
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Women s Wearing Appare oes Dio' 4211 Artists' Supplies
172-174 MAIN STREET
R. E. Strange and Sons
Sherwin-Williams Painfts 8. Varnishes
159 MAIN STREET
Public Loan Office
Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Clothing
Leather Goods, etc., Bought and Sold
S. Lerner, Prop. 194 Main Street
"Shop of Quality"
186 MAIN STREET
Everything to wear for the Girl Grad
Exclusive but not Expensive
The Parsons Company
220-222 MAIN STREET
MONTAGUE - KYLE
School and Office Supplies
207 MAIN STREET
Peerless Uniform 81 Clothing
MAIN AND CONDUIT STREET
JOE GREENFIELD, Mgr.
Class of '32
Bernard J. Wiegard
Real Estate - Insurance
HOTEL MARYLAND BUILDING
Compliments 'Eyes Examined Daily 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
of C Phone 3351
THE OLUMBIA JEWELRY CO.
THE LEADER Incorporated
HARRY KLAwANs, Prop. J I Watches - Diamonds?
ewe ers pticians
162 MAIN STREET 138 MAIN STREET
Compliments Hardware - Toys - Appliances
We carry the complete Evershap line
AN ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
"THE STORE Fon CHlLDREN"
Clothier - Hatter - Furnisher
46-48-50 WEST STREET
of Annapolis Army and Navy
149 WEST STREET
KINGS BAKERY one ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
Cemlvlimlenfs SOUTHERN DAIRIES
I of lcE CREAM
FOX 5 5c - S1-00 STORE ANNAPoLis, MARYLAND
39 WEST STREET 120 West Street Dial 2688
Compliments Capitol Shoe Store
of JERRY FRIEDRICH
coca " cola Bottllng Ladies', Men's and Cl'1ildren's Fine Footwear
COMPUHY 35 WEST STREET
ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND Phone 6975
Snelling's Grocery Ctompllmenfs
Severna Park 341
Sears, Roebuck 81 Company
Eagle Nest Farm Dairy
pasteurized milk and cream
Sea Food and Steak Dinners
SHADY SIDE, MARYLAND
Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Storage
Scientific Rug Cleaning
Spa Rd. 8- West St. Dial 2343
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MiIIer's Meat Market
Fresh and Smoked Meats
H00 WEST STREET
Krause Furniture Company,
1800 BLOCK WEST STREET
V. H. HUSE
Your lFord1 Dealer
John M. Taylor and Son
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is the password to good printing
Printing and Stationery Company
286 WEST STREET
The J. F. Johnson Lumber
Lumber, Millwork, Hardware
Paint, Builders' Suplies
ANNAPOLIS, MD. GLEN BURNIE, MD.
City Awning Company
CarIson's Home Bakery
C-enuine Potato Do-Nuts
Assorted Sheet Cakes
Decorated Birthday Cakes
C rn' l R ll
a iva o s
Phone 2454 1021-24 WEST ST.
Jim's Corner Lunch
294 WEST STREET
1125-27 WEST STREET
Ma rbert Motors, Inc.
Sales and Service
261 WEST STREET
AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE
236 WEST STREET
Phone 2335 V
Soft Drinks and Ice Creaim of
Best Sandwiches in Town
275 WEST STREET
CHRIS s. PSOMADAKIS
192 WEST STREET
Your Cheverolet Dealer
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CAPITOL CITY FLORISTS
G. and J. GRILL
Compliments Bostonian Shoes
H Of, JOHNSON'S
THE A HI-Y MARYLAND AVENUE
THOMAS G' BA5'L Esso SERVICE STATION
Real Estate and Insurance
LAFAYETTE AVE. 8. WEST ST.
43 MARYLAND AVENUE
J. B. MOORE
Best Wishes to
THE CLASS OF I947 f
Joesting Motors, Inc. Your Printing High School Grods
""e"'o"0m' Tmcks 160 South sf. Aooopono, Md.
The Hitching Post
Fountain and Sandwich Specialities
BREYER'S ICE CREAM
220 PRINCE GEORGE STREET
GIFTS or DISTINCTION
82 Maryland Avenue
Powder Puff Beauty Shop
39 Maryland Avenue
Annapolis Flower Shop
"TRADE WITH TRADER"
ANNAPOLIS TRAVEL SERVICE
iSlayton Insurance Agencyl
Airplane and Steamship Reservations
Tours, Hotels, Cruises
88 Maryland Ave. Phone 2036
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T. E. WINN
0 ll ll '
Capitol Esso Station Roofing Contractor
Eastport Food Market Dia' 9782 ' 9832
426 SEVERN AVENUE Manclrls Restaurant
CI'OCerie-S - Meats Home Cooking - Prompt Service
me ,,a,k,ng 2-4 MARKET SPACE
Compliments . . . .
of Flshpaw's Filling Station
Soo Food JONES STATION, MARYLAND
SHADY SlDE, MARYLAND
The Henry B. Myers Co.
Fuel - Farm and Home Supplies
SAMU EL S. STOKES
45-49 WEST STREET FANCY CROCERIES
Complirmevnxts Telephone 9l33
of Dun-Rite Cleaners, Inc.
Cliff and Tom Duwsons 'fm ounme, it's Done Right"
s'l'0l'e Quality Cleaning - Courteous Service
SEVERNA PARK, MARYLAND 120 Dock St., Annapolis, Md.
E. Churchill Murray Compliments
Phone 3138 ALFRED R. HOPKINS
of 700 BAY RIDGE AVENUE
F h d C d M T t
SAMUEL LOREA ms. on We ef' S
Fruits and Vegetables
Globe Furniture Company Compliments of
The New Grill Restaurant
105 MAIN STREET
QUGWY Furniture ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
238 WEST STREET
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Strange and White
IR. Thornton Strange?
The Men's and Boys' Store
155-157 Main Street
RUN RIGHT TO
tor oll your Drug Store needs
176 MAIN STREET
Capitol Restaurant 81 Hotel
200-202 Main Street
164-166 MAIN STREET ANNAPOLIS, MARYLANU
122-124 Main Street
L. P. MUSTERMAN
197 Main Street
60 West Street Annapolis, Md.
Phones IOIO - 893
JOSEPH D. LAZENBY
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
215 Main Street
151 MAIN STREET
Hopkins Furniture Co.
The Modern Store
123-127 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
W. H. THOMAS 8g CO.
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers
For Men and Boys
143 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
Your Pharmacy and Mine
110 West St. Annapolis, Md.
Wm. A. Clark, Prop. Diol 43II
170 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
LITTLE PHOTO STUDIO
133 MAIN STREET
John M. Dawes and Sons
Hardware - Paints - Oils -' Varnishes
Plumbing - Electrical and Boat Supplies
Cor. Randall Street 81 Market Space
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