Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1948
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N APPRECIATION for her tireless ef-
forts throughout the years in seeing that the busi-
ness and financial ends of the WAKE meet, and- in
appreciation for her helpful advice and willing-
ness to work with and for us, we, the editors of
the 1948 WAKE, hereby dedicate this yearbook to
MRS. MILDRED H. KINHART.
DR. HOWARD KINHART
"Man Owes Not Only His Services, But Himself, To God"
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ERVICE requires no pattern, but each man serves according to his
own talents. Therefore, every one must produce from that with which he is
just as loyalty to earthly ideals and friends results in service to our fellow
men, our faith in God calls for the greatest of all our services. Since "the gift
without the giver is bare," we must forget all selfish ambition and possess a real
desire to serve without thought of personal gain. No matter how humble or
plain, how meek or lowly, man by the grace of God may prove worthy. God's
love for us and His belief in humanity make even the most timid honor-bound
to serve Him.
Because of God's power to change weakness into strength, to bring order
out of chaos, to transform the feeble into the great,we accept Him as our Father.
So as one bright star differs from another, the services of the true and the stead-
fast, regardless of color, class, or creed, help to glorify the kingdom of God.
These facts serve as your challenge!
DR. Howmm KINHART
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Penn State Arizona State College
Industrial Arts Claremont College
Related smence FOSTER T. AUGUSTINE s'f'3'f,fZ"2ul,i2',Q'fjf,s,1iy LUCIEL U COGGIANO
Loch Haven State Teachers College Eighth Grade Temple Um-uerszty
Kutztown State Teachers College Health Radford State Teachers College
Pennsylvania State College Physlcal and Health Educatlon
MARY KATHARINE COX CHARLES J. DI FAZIO
Columbia University Newark Teachers College
English Industrial Arts
ELIZABETH VINTON DAVIS EMILY EWING
Goucher College Western Maryland College
ALBERT W. FOWBLE ERNEST H. HERKLOTZ
johns Hopkins University California State Teachers College
Cornell University Pa.
Physics and Chemistry University of Maryland
DOROTHY E- HAMILTON Extra-Director of Attendance
Elizabethtown College MARY LOUISE HICKS
University of Michigan Goucher College
New York University Social Studies
JANITH R. HORSEY KATHARINE M. KIBLER
Western Maryland College
University of Maryland
MILDRED HOPKINS KINHART
West Chester State Teachers
MARY ALICE KLEIN
Western Maryland College
ROBERT F. KUNKLE
The Eastman School of Music
Music Appreciation - Chorus
P J MAYZA STELLA M. MORRIS
Teachers College West Chester Radford State Teachers College
Columbza Umverszty Commercial
FLORENNEJ McHOSE HILDA L MUSTERMAN
Bucknell Umverszty Secretary to the Principal
EDITH NEWLON DOROTHY L. NOBLE
West Virginia University Hood College
University of Maryland Columbia University
Home Economim History
MARY NEWLON GEORGE W. NORRIS
Bowling Green College of University of Maryland
Commerce Eighth Grade
MINNIE W- PIERCE BRUCE J. RENTSCHLER
Syracuse University State Teachers College Pa.
English University of Pennsylvania
l-Hlin Physiatl and Health Education
MORRIS w. RANNELS JOHN C- R0GER5
Millersville State Teachers College Wa-fh"'g'0" College
University of Maryland Mathematics
MARY ANN ROGERS MARY DICKEY SMITH
Towson State Teachers College Randolph Macon Woman's College
General Science Mathematics
J. CATHERINE SAVAGE JEAN SWAP-TZ
Hope Cgllggg Marywood College
University of Wisconsin General Mathematics
Librarian Social Science
College of the Ozarks
Health and Physical Education
GLENN S. WILSON MARION AUGUSTA YANCEY
Illinois State Normal University
University of Illinois
Health and Physical Education
University of Richmond
University of North Carolina
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JAMES REVELL BRADY "hm
Our own class president . . . believes in taking life easy
. where there is fun, there is Brady . . . a lover of all
Class President 4: Homeroom Representative 2: WAKE
Business Stalf 4: Glee Club 2: Operetta 2: Hi-Y Member
3: Varsity Soccer 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Intramural Softball
l, 2: Soccer l, 2: Basketball l, 2: Senior Play Selection
VI CE-PRESIDEN T
ROBERT ASPOLD CLEMENS "Clem
Hails from Crabtown . . . wants to be a naval oflicer
or a boat builder . . . might go to Bucknell College
. -likes' all sports . . . smiles away his worries.
Homeroom Representative 8, 4: Class President 2. 3: Class
Vice-President 4: Member Library Council 2: Glee Club
2, 8: Chairman junior Prom Committee 3:' President
Senior Hi-Y: Member Senior Hi-Y 3, 4: Council President 4.
OLGA ANN VVERNTZ "Twink
Great big blue eyes . . . friendly with everyone . . . music
is her hobby . . . college comes next.
Homeroom Representative 2. 3: Class Secretary-Treasurer
4: Wuu: Literary Staff 4: Circulation Staff 4: Stunt Night
4: Sodal Committee 2, 5, 4: Glee Club I, 2. 3. 4: Operetta
2, 8: junior Prom Committee 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Y-Teen Club
4: Intramural Softball 3: Basketball 3: Hockey 8: Speed-
ball 5: Knittin Club 4: Senior Play Selection Committee
4: Trallic Squag 4.
AUDREY DELORES ABBOTT
A five feet, one inch heartbreaker
who collects poetry . . . bom in
Washington, D. C .... talks like a
Pennsylvanian . . . resides in Crab-
town . . . hopes to go to business
college z . . big combination for a
little girl . . .
Traffic Squad 4: junior Prom
Committee 3: WAKE Circulation
Staff 4: Photography Club 4.
Brown eyes and brown hair . . .
witty all-around lass . . . ambition
is to be a music teacher via Pea-
body Conservatory . . .
P. T. A. Representative 45 WAKE
Literary Staff 4, WAKE Circula-
tion Staff 4: Tally-Ho Reporter
45 Assembly Committee 2, 31
Stunt Night 4: Social Committee
2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Operetta
2, 3, 4.
JANE DELORES ARMIGER
jayywants to be a stylist . . . an
Annapolitian . . . likes to delve into
literature . . .
P. T. A. Representative 1, 2:
Assembly Committee 4g Social
Committee 45 Typing Club 4.
Comes from Garche QSeine et
Oisep France . . . hopes to be a
West Point cadet .... A rmy Air
Force officer . . . oh, those viva-
Glee Club 45 Varsity soccer 45
Archery Club President 4.
FRANCES GLORIA BAILEY
Always smiling, that's Fran . . .
can be found either in the show,
bowling, or playing tennis . . .
short, with brown hair and eyes.
We know that she will make a
good secretary . . .
Stunt Night 4g Social Committee
25 Y-Teen Club 33 Knitting Club
43 Senior Play Selection Commit-
We have all been entertained by
Ted's magic at some time or an-
other . . . photography interests
him too . . . headed for an acting
career . . .
WAKE Assistant Photography Edi-
tor 4g Tally-Ho Reporter 4g As-
sembly Committee S. 4: Operetta
2. 3, 4: Dramatic Clubg' Stunt
Night 45 Art Service l, 2, 3:
Library Council l, 2: Glee Club
3. 45 Photography Club: Senior
Play Selection Committee chair-
JAMES VINCENT AORILIO
Tall, dark, handsome type . . .
curiosity has him . . . wants to see
the world before he's too old . . .
likes sports and . . . well, likes
sports anyway I l l
Intramural Softball l, 2, 5: Soc-
cer l, 2, 3: Basketball I. 2, 3:
Want a good secretary? . . . here's
one coming . . . likes reading . . .
and loaling, too . . .
Book Club 3, 4.
RICHARD LERIAN AY
A Baltimorean . . . hopes that spot
outside the office door fits the next
captain of the traffic squad . . .
loves to tinker with motors . . .
aims to beta success in life . . .
Traffic Squad Captain 43 Stunt
Night 45 Glee Club 3, 45 junior
Prom Committee Chairmang
Dance Club 3: Dance Orchestra
DONALD GLENN BAKER
A good Crabtowner from Colum-
bus, Ohio . . . friendly smile . . .
lots o' pep . . . intends to go into
forestry after he gets that diploma.
A Hi-Y Member 2: Traffic 'Squad
CHARLES CARROLL BALDWIN
Our leading man . . . collects
stamps . . . can't wait to get that
precious diploma and go to the
Universitg of Mamand . . .
WAKE usiness anager 43 Glee
Club 2, 5, .43 Operetta 23 Junior
Prom Ticket Committee: Senior
Hi-Y fChaplain 3, Treasurer 4,
Member 2. 3, 4, and council 3,
4,3 Varsity Soccer 2, 33 Intra-
mural Softball l, 23 Intramural
Soccer and Basketball l, 2.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BAUSUM
Cows, butter, milk, we have a
dairyman among us . . . would
like to go to the University of
Maryland . . . likes painting . . .
Spanish Club 33 Automotive
BARBARA LOUISE BEAVIN
Green-eyed Beaver . . . likes art,
music, and sports . . -. undecided
about college . . . ambition is clear,
she'll become a commercial artist
. . , A Beaver using a sable
Stunt Night 43 Traffic Squad 43
Social Committee 43 Tri Hi-Y
Member 3, 43 Intramural Hockey
83 Dramatic Club.
WALTER L. BENNETT
"Anything for a laugh" . . . says
Eastporter Speedy . . . air minded
guy headed for a career in aero-
nautics . . . in the meantime we
find Speedy making that car of
his fly . . .
Shop Craft Club 3.
BEVERLY JEANNE BITTER
Bev has no special ambition ex-
cept to do good in this world . . .
lots of fun to be with . . . works
hard and is proud of it . . .
French Club 8: Typing Club 4.
BARBARA MARIE BASIL
Another secretary . . . likes reading
and movies . . . born in Annapolis
. . . brown hair and blue eyes . . .
Homeroom Representative 4:
Stunt Night 43 Social Committee
2, 3, 43 Locker Monitor 43 Senior
Play Selection Committee 43
Book Club 4.
GEORGE W. BEAL
A Crabtowner! . . . U. S. Military
Academy is his goal . . . he'll be-
come an army ollicer . . . enjoys
sailing, reading and boxing . . .
P. T. A. Representative 43 Tally-
Ho Reporter 1, 2: Assistant
Sports Editor 33 Photography
Editor 43 Assembly Committee 33
Social Committee 43 Glee Club
3, 43 Operetta 2, 33 Senior Hi-Y
43 Chess Club 33 Boxing Clubg
Intramural Softball lj Soccer 13
Basketball 13 Senior Play Selec-
An Annapolitan headed for the
University of Virginia . . . record
mania . . . loves all sports . . .
most soft spoken gal you ever
heard . . .
Homeroom Student Government
Representative 33 Tally-Ho Staff
2, 3, 4 3Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 3,
43 Sports Editor 43 Stunt Night
43 Social Committee 2, 3, 43
Glee Club 5, 4g Y-Teen Club 2,
3: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 43
Softball 2, 3, 43 Speedball 1, 2, 33
Hockey 43 Intramural Softball l,
2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43
Hockey 2, 33 Speedball 1, 2, 3, 43
Intramural Referee 3, 43 Cheer-
leader's Club: Physical Education
Leader's Club 43 Senior Play Se-
lection Committee 4.
WILBUR D. BILLINGS
Born in Toledo, Ohio . . . he
knows he's going to college, but
where . . . that is the question
. . . his ambition is to retire . . .
that's nice . . . wrestling is on his
list of likes . . .
MARGARET I. BLADES
Here we have another Eastporter
. . .likes ice skating and stamps
. . . hopes to make a certain man
happy in the near future . . .
Typing Club 3.
Perky lil' gal . . . she'd rather
dance than eat . . . soon will leave
us far behind . . . bound for
U. C. L. A., to be a nurse.
WAKII Business Staff 45 Assem-
bly Committee 35 Stunt Night 45
Social Committee 35 Library
Council 15 Glee Club 3, 45 Oper-
etta 35 Photography Club 35
Archery Club 4.
Short and nutty as can be . . .
collects loads and loads of records
. . . wants to work in an office.
WAKE Business Staff 45 WAKE
Typing Staff 45 Hi-Y Oliicer 45
Council Member 45 Typing Club
Handsome guy, this Manny is . . .
hopes to open his own business . . .
'55 "WAKE" Photography by Brooks
and Company . . . more power to
Homeroom Representative 15
WAKE Photography Editor 45
Traflic Squad Oflicer 45 Social
Committee 25 Varsity Soccer 2, 45
Varsity Football 45 Intramural
Soccer 1, 25 Basketball l, 25 As-
tronomy Club5 jr. Civitan Club
WILLIAM G. BROWN
An Annapolitan who wishes to get
,rich quick . . . undecided about
college . . . brown-eyed, brown-
haired Brownie really lives up to
his name . . . likes photography
A Hi-Y Member 3, 45 Photog-
raphy Club 35 Radio Club 4.
HENRY RENEL BUSER
Born here in Crabtown . . . likes
to take things apart to see what-,
makes them tick . . . wants to be a
Intramural Softball 1, 2.
Blond hair and blue-green eyes
. . . ambition: to be a navy wife
after the University of Kansas . . .
Blew is lots of fun . . . sports are
one of her specialties.
Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45
WAKE Patron Manager 45 Traffic
Squad, Lieutenant 45 Varsity
Basketball 3, 45 Softball 3, 45
Hockey 45 Intramural Softball 35
Basketball 35 Hockey 35 Speed-
ball, Intramural Manager 4, In-
tramural Referee 4.
MARY JEANNE BRANSON
Somebody feel sick? . . . here's a
nurse . . . hopes to train at Union
Memorial Hospital . . . came to us
from St. Thomas High, Ann Arbor,
Michigan . . . born in Honolulu,
Intramural Speedball 45 Ad-
vanced Knitting Club 3, 4.
Guess where he was born? . . .
you got it, Eastportl . . . this 5' ll"
boy wants to be an aviator . .
Keep 'em flying!
Boxing and Wrestling Club 4.
CARRIE ROSELLA BULL
Rosie is a Crabtowner . . . she will
be nothing less than the best of
secretaries . . . the secretary with
the "Rosie" disposition l l
Book Club 8, 45 Senior Play Se-
lection Committee 4.
Tall blonde Shirl is the gal that
beats out solid rhythm on that bass
violin . . . yes, music and more
music is this gal's hobby . . . we
wish you lots of success, Shirll . . .
Honor Society 3, 45 Typing Staff
45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Traflic
Squad 45 Locker Monitor 3, 45
WAKE Business Staff 4.
EDITH LOUISE CADELL
An original Crabtowner who likes
to travel . . . hopes to go to Busi-
ness College . . . brown eyed, brown
WAKE Typing Staff 43 Stunt
Night 43 Y-Teen Club 33 Sodal
Committee 2, 5, 4: Make-up Club
MAURICE EDWARD CARR
6 feet tall "Snooks" loves hunting
. . . ambition undecided, but wants
to be a success and have fun in
what he does . . . lots of luck,
Intramural Softball 2. 3. 4.
SARAH LOUISE CHANCE
Cherie was born in Annapolis . . .
wants to be an Airline Stewardess
. . . Keep 'em Flyin' l l l
BETTY LOU CHRIST
A regular little speed demon in
those fieldball games . . . hailing
from Washington D. C. and Blad-
ensburg High . . . an animal lover
. . . we love her too.
Varsity Basketball 43 Softball 43
Fieldball 43 Intramural Basket-
ball 43 Softball 43 Hockey 43 Glee
Club 43 Knitting Club 33 Danc-
ing Club 4.
just say "Hi, Beautiful" and she'll
love you forever . . . a punch bowl
of fun . . . dancing black eyes that
laugh with you, not at you . . . a
secretary she will be.
Traffic Squad 43 WAKE Circula-
tion 43 WAKE Typist 43 Library
Council 23 Assembly Committee
33 Social Committee 3, 43 Stunt
Night 4g Senior Play Selection
MARGUERITE E. CADELL
Betty enjoys boating. singing, and
dancing . . . after graduation she
would like to be a beautician . . .
think she can help you, girls?
Glee Club 3. 4: Properties and
Make-up Club 4.
Bobbie has a wonderful collection
of records . . . enjoys reading . . .
has blue eyes, light brown hair
...ambition is to be a stenog-
Glee Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club.
Another native Crabtowner who
will go to college right at home
. . . Stenography will be her career
. . . collecting records is her hobby.
WAKE Business Staff 43 Social
Committee 3, 43 Book Club 43
Senior Play Selection Commit-
MARY LOU CLARK
A charming Crabtowner if there
ever was one . . . makes swimming
and dancing her hobbies . . . hopes
to be a jolly hostess after gradua-
Property and Make-up Club 3.
ROBERT R. COLEMAN
Native Petersburgian . . . aversions
are English and homework . . .
you can usually find Bob buried
deep in a book . . . yes, he loves to
read I l
Intramural Softball l, 2, 33 Soc-
cer l, 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 Art
Service 23 Wrestling and Boxing
HAZEL LOUISE COOK
Starry eyes to match her first name
. . . "Cookie," say "Pure" . . .
hopes to be an interpreter of for-
eign languages . . . cute when she's
WAKE Circulation Staff 4: As-
sembly Committee 4: Stunt Night
4: Social Committee 4: Traflic
Squad 4: Folk Dancing Club 3:
Photography Club 4.
JOHN H. DAMMEYER
Johnny is a quiet lad, but he has
his boisterous moments . . . fav-
orite subject must have been
Frenchl . . . enjoys all sports . . .
keeps at least one eye on the girls
. . . after graduation, who knows?
Stunt Night 4: Traffic Squad 4:
Social Committee I, 2: A Hi-Y 3:
A Hi-Y Officer 2, 4: Intramural
Soccer 1: Varsity Manager 4:
Current Events Club 3: Book
BARBARA ANNE DAWSON
An Annapolitan who collects post-
cards . . . this lass is headed for a
career as a costume designer . . .
Long skirts or short, Bobbie Anne?
Art Service 4: Social Committee
Member 3, Officer 4: Y-Teen
Club 3, 4: Intramural Hockey 4:
Knitting Club 4: Art Service
Club 4: Senior Play Selection
EMERSON E. DEALE, JR.
Native Annapolitan with an en-
gaging smile . . . likes sports, espe-
cially wrestling . . . always find
him where there is fun.
Traffic Squad Lieutenant 4: Var-
sity Bowling 4: Baseball 2, 3. 4:
Softball l, 2: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Foot-
ball 4: Intramural Softball l:
Wrestling Club 3: Gym Club 4.
RAYMOND LEE DISNEY
just try and walk the length of
West Street without meeting "Dil"
...he's always around where
there's fun . . . no college for him,
Homeroom P. T. A. Representa-
tive 4: Office Helper 4: Varsity
Basketball 4: Intramural Soft-
ball l, 2: Typing Club 3. 42
Archery Club 8.
NANCY MARIE COSDEN
Another Baltimorean . . . her
hobbies are sports and knitting . ., .
her ambition is to be a success in
whatever she does . . . she'll get to
the top of life's ladder.
Tally-Ho Club 3: Knitting Club
4: Tally-Ho Reporter 2.
KATE STUART DAVIDSON
She's five feet three . . . with
smiles for free . . . loves all sports
. . . sailing and riding . . . she
is our future Florence Nightingale.
Tally-Ho Reporter 2: Art Ser-
vice 4: Varsity Fieldball 4: In-
tramural Basketball 3, 4: Hockey
3, 4: Speedball 3, 4: Astronomy
Club 3: Spanish Club 4.
RUSSELL B. DAYWALT
Russell came into this world right
here in ole' Crabtown . . . This
5' 10" blue-eyed, blond wavy-hair-
ed lad wants no part of college
. . .' the best to you always, Russ!
Will enter any college that he can
. . .hopes someday to be an en-
gineer . . . born in Baltimore,
Maryland . . . talks little, says much
. . . has Spanish aversions.
Intramural Softball 1, 2: Soccer
1, 2: Basketball 3: Wrestling Club
3: Automotive.Club 4.
Cheerful, full of humor . . . eager
to find a place in the journalistic
world . . . please her, she purrs
. . . cross her, she scratches.
Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 3, 4:
Photography Editor 3: Traffic
Squad 4: Y-Teen Club 3: Var-
sity Hockey 4: Speedball 3: In-
tramural Speedball 1, 2: Photog-
raphy Club: Senior Play Selection
'48's great outdoor man . . . loves
hunting and fishing . . . quiet,
timid soul - qduring school hours
onlyj . . . future plans are to enter
conservation of wildlife or some
Photography Club 5: Locker
MARY ELIZABETH DUDLEY
Always talking, that's Liz . . . blue
eyes and blond hair . . . enjoys
all kinds of sports . . . wants to be
a nurse . . . lots of luck to you,
Social Committee 2, 8: Library
Helper 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Y-
Teen Club 3: Cheerleader 8, 4:
Senior Play Selection Committee
WILLIAM -IOHN DUNCAN
Bill was born in Bowie, Maryland
...attended Ellicott City High
during his Freshman and Sopho-
more years . . . A. H. S. now loses a
Operetta l, 23 Model Airplane
Club 35 Boat Model Club.
Plenty on the ball . . . irresistible
smile for everyone . . . says she'll
be a "working gal" if she can find
a good job.
P. T. A. Representative 35 So-
cial Committee 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4:
Typing Club 4g Senior Play Se-
lection Committee 4.
HOWARD LEE EISENSTEIN
Athletics play a prominent part
among "Big Lee's" time killers . . .
wants to go to University of Mary-
land . . . future will be centered
around a business of his own.
WAKE Business Staff 43 Social
Committee 45 Glee Club 2, 4:
Operetta 25 Varsity Basketball 4:
Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3: Soc-
cer lg Basketball 2, 3g Spanish
Club 3, Civitan Club 4.
A native of Eastpon . . . blonde,
green-eyed Doc . . . likes talking
cooking and needlecraft . . . soun
like she'll make somebody a very
Needlecraft Club 3: Public Speak-
ing Club 4.
To travel all over the world, then
to become a secretary is "Dustye's"
ambition . . . blond, with blue
eyes . . . that's she . . . enjoys
music . . .
Homeroom Representative 2:
WAKE Typing Staff 4: Stunt
Night 2: Social Committee 23
Glee Club 43 junior Glee Club
3: Locker Monitor 3: Intramural
DORIS DELORLS DURM
Long blond hair . . . likes Glen
Burnie . . . hopes to be a beau-
tician . . . full of fun all the time,
FRED G. ECKEN
Dancing fiend . . . buy your jew-
elry at Ecken and Company . . .
Yep! Freddie is going to be a
jeweler . . . heading after gradua-
tion to Boyman Tech.
Glee Club 4: A Hi-Y Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Secretary 4, Treasurer 3:
Varsity Soccer 1, 2: Baseball 2,
3: Dance Orchestra 3: Gym Club
JOHN JOSEPH ENGBERG
We'1l always get the right medi-
cine now . . . johnny is going to
be a pharmacist . . . Spare hours
are spent in boating, swimming, ice
skating . . . good luck, johnny.
Intramural Softball 2: Soccer 1, 2:
Glee Club 3, 45 Operetta S:
Dancing Club 3.
CELIA MAE EVANS
Brown eyed Cic is nuts about the
movies . . . after graduation she
wants to be a secretary . . . very
efficient . . . she will succeed in
WAKE Business Staff 45 WAKE
Patron Representative 45 Locker
Monitor 35 Stunt Night 45 Traf-
fic Squad 45 Assistant to Guid-
ance Department 45 Senior Play
Selection Committee 4.
WILLIAM LOUIS FAIR
Native of Chicago . . . hopes to
be an army officer . . . not sure
about what he'll do after june
P. T. A. Representative 45 Art
Service 2, 3, 45 Varsity Soccer
2, 3, 45 Intramural Softball l, 2.
3, Soccer l, Basketball I,
2, 85 Intramural Manager 35 A.
H. S. Bowling Team 45 Wrestling
and Boxing Club.
Ambitious and energetic worker
. . . real nose for news . . . movies
and letter writing top list of fav-
orite pastimes . . . aspires to a
Ticket Committee "What A Life"
85 Stunt Night 45 Social Com-
mittee 5, 45 Assistant to Attend-
ance Officer 45 Assembly Com-
mittee 35 Tally-Ho Staff 3, 45
Reporter 2, 3, 45 WAKE Circula-
tion Staff 45 Typing Staff 45
Business Staff 45 Knitting Club
3, 45 Senior Play Selection Com-
MARY LOUISE FLOOD
"5' l0" and proud of every inchl"
quotes May . . . crazy about sports
with emphasis on basketball . . .
headed for lmmaculata College,
WAKE Literary Staff 45 Tally-Ha
Reporter l, 2, 5, 45 Tally-Ho
Proof Reader 8, 45 Assembly
Committee 35 Social Committee
3, 45 Library Council 15 Oper-
etta 35 Y-Teen 35 Varsity Basket-
ball 2, 5, 45 Speedball 2. 51
Hockey 45 Intramural Basketball
35 Speedball I. 2: Referee 85
Knitting Club 85 Needle Craft
Club 4: Senior Play Selection
Brown eyed "Sid" is a football fan
. . . headed for oollege after he
gets that -precious diploma . . .
aspires to Be an artist.
Vanity Football 4.
ROBERT Y. EVANS
Bobbie is a big teaser . . . handy
with the hammer and saw . . .
hopes to be a carpenter . . . also
likes to collect coins.
Art Service 15 Intramural Soft-
ball l, 2. 35 Dancing 4.
Fergie was born in Greenville, Pa.
. . . He's intent on graduating like
most of us . . . Still water runs
Varsity Soccer 15 Library Coun-
Fish is another of A. H. S.'s sports
assets ... . keeps a sport scrapbook
. . . ambition: to be a carpenter.
Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Basketball
3, 45 Soccer 3, 45 Intramural Soft-
ball l, 25 Basketball l, 2, 35
Intramural Referee 25 Boxing
Club5 Archery Clubz
NANCY MARLENE FOWLER
All around kid with lots of per-
sonality . . . wants to be a good
interior decorator and someday a
good wife . . . just loves dancing
. . . lots of luck, "Midge."
Homeroom Representative 2, 85
Class Secretary-Treasurer 2, 85
Honor Society 5, 45 WAKE Regu-
lar Staff 35 Social Committee Sec-
retary 4, Member 2, 35 Assistant
to Guidance Department 45 jun-
ior Prom Committee 85 Cheer-
leader's Club5 Typing Club.
CHARLES WILLIAM FRANK
Grey-eyed Crabtowner with a liking
for cars . . . sports' interest him too
. . . College? No thanks, says
Senior Hi-Y 45 Intramural Soft-
ball l. 2, 85 Soccer l, 2. 85 Bas-
ketball I. 22 Automotive Club.
HAZEL EUNICE GARNER
Eunice came from Eastern High
blue, blue eyes and brown
hair ..., after Strayer's Business
College, businessmen, here comes
your private secretary!
One cute bundle of femininity . . .
bursting at the seams with per-
sonality . . . Annapolis' loss will
be Mary Washington's gain . . .ffor
a major in languages.
Student Government, Homeroom
Representative 13. Honor Society
3, 43 WAKE Assistant Editor 3,
Editor-in-Chief 4, Literary Staff
83 Assembly Committee 3: Stunt
Night 23 Glee Club 2, 33 junior
Prom. Committee3 Y-Teen Club
43 Senior Play Selection Commit-
teeg Spanish Club, President 33
Knitting Club 4.
DONALD F. GERACI
Native of Washington, D. C ....
drums, favorite instrument of
those he plays . . . wit of An-
napolis! . . . Motto: Better late
Orchestra 41 Senior Hi-Y Mem-
ber 43 Dance Orchestra 4.
MORTON MYER GREEN
An Annapolitan . . . would like to
go to the American Dramatic Acad-
emy . . . hobbies are music and
writing . . . a sarcastic humorist,
Honor Society 3, 43 WAKE As-
sistant Editor 33 WAKE Literary
Staff 33 Tally-Ho Reporter l, 2,
3, 43 Tally-Ho Make-up Editor
33 .Assembly Committee 33 Stunt
Night 2, 43 Operetta 2, 3g Stu-
dent Government Play Q"What a
Life"j 33 Publicity Committee
Q"What a Life"j 33 "Passim" Re-
porter 23 Senior Play Selection
Committee 43 Spanish Club 33
Dramatic Club 4.
ERWIN ALBERT GREENFIELD
Our Boy's sports writer for ye ole
Tally-Ho . . . Strayer's Business
College will have an active mem-
ber in 1949 . . . boy, what a N. Y.
Giant's fan! '
Tally-Ho Reporter 1, 2: Regular
Staff 3, 43 Stunt Night 4g Sports
Editor 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Glee
Club 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 43
Intramural Softball I, 2, 33 Soc-
cer 23 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Typing
Club 33 Dance Orchestra 43
H. KATHLEEN GARNER
Talznt. Scouts, attention! . . . Kay
has an excellent singing voice . . .
she's at home on a orse . . . oon-
trary to her talent, Kay intends
to be a secretary.
Social Committee 1, 23 Library
Council l, 2: Glee Club 8, 43
Typing Club 3.
FREDERICK LOUIS GELHAUS
jolly and carefree, but natchl . . .
likes school when he's not in it
. . .expert rabbit raiser and bil-
liard shark . . . ambition is to see
Flag Committee 43 Assembly
Stage Hand 43 Social Committee
2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee
33 Merit Badge Club 4.
This blue-eyed lassie came to A.
H. S. via Florida, California, and
Washington . . . has a liking for
dancing . . . very handy with a
paint brush, too . . . a fashion il-
lustrator in the making.
Advanced Knitting 5. 4.
JOAN ELAINE GREENBERG
A native of Baltimore . . . a fu-
ture teacher, she plans to attend
the University of Maryland . . . her
favorite pastimes are music and
Student Government Homeroom
Representative 43 P. T. A. Rep-
resentative 2: WAKE Business
Staff 4: Tally-Ho Regular Staff
2, 3, 43 Reporter 2, 33 Feature
Editor 4g Stunt Night 43 Social
Committee 3, 4: Library Council
23 Glee Club 3, 43 Operetta 2,
3, 43 junior Prom Committee 33
Senior Play Selection Committee
LOIS IRENE GRIMM
Pitch black hair . . . "Kid" has a
ring on her finger . . . Lucky . . .
WAKE Circulation Staff 43 Art
Service 33 Photography Club 43
Senior Play Selection Commit-
HERMAN H. GRITZ
Dry sense of humor . . . major in-
terest: first pretty girl he sees
. . . minor interest: next one that
comes along . . . sole desire is to
get rich.. . . but quickl
WAKE Business Staff 4: Tally-Ho
Reporter l. 2: Operetta 2: Span-
ish Club 3, 4: Intramural Soft-
ball l, 2: Soccer 2: Basketball
2, 3, 4.
MARGARET LEOLA HAGOOD
Hails from jurgoinsville, Tennes-
see . . . collects classical music . . .
likes reading, too . . . headed for
a job as a secretary.
Assistant to Attendance Officer
4: Locker Monitor 3, 4: Typing
Club 3, 4.
MARIE D. HALL
Bluish-gray eyes and medium brown
hair . . . always complaining about
her height . . . collects popular
music . . . her ambition is to be a
MARGARET ANN HALLOCK
Efficient miss . . . Another East-
porter . . . loves music and all
sports . . . quiet but ambitious . . .
wants to be, and will be a good
Typing Club 3, 4: Ticket Com-
mittee 3: Senior Play Selection
JACK G. HARE
Here we have ambition . . . wishes
to make a million dollars before
he is thirty . . . who doesn't'? . .
born in Wendell, North Carolina.
Bowling Team Captain 4: Intra-
mural Softball I, 2: Soccer 2.
Always ready, willing and able . . .
sunny personality . . . interested
in career as a fashion illustrator
or a commercial artist.
Tally-Ho Reporter 2. 5. 4: Ex-
change and Alumni Editor 4:
Assembly Committee 4: Art Ser-
vice Vice President 8: Art Service
President 4: Social Committee 4:
Stunt Night 4: Choral -Music
sorn in Plainfield, New jersey . . .
kes dancing . . . wants to be a
urse . . . attention,' doctorsl
WAKE Business Staff 4: Social
Committee 3, 4: junior Prom
Committee 3: Y-Teen Club 3, 4:
Intramural Hockey 4: Senior
Play Selection Committee 4.
VELMA jOAN HALL
Energetic and humorous . . . inter-
ests center around sports . , .
handles a "moth" like an old
salt . . . swims like a fish . . .
Physical Education teacher in the
Varsity Speedball 8: Hockey 4:
Intramural Speedball 2: Hockey
3: Y-Teens 8: Social Committee
4: WAKE Circulation Staff 4: Folk
Dancing Club 3.
MARY V. HANNON
Quiet and reserved . . . but her
sparkling blue eyes reveal she's
full of fun . . . Mary's ambition is
to be a typist . . . good luck'
Typing Club 4.
LUCILLE KING HARRISON
Petite . . . quiet . . . but oh, what
a gall . . . formerly attended St.
Mildred's Academy and Seton High
School . . . what's your hobby,
WAKE Circulation Staff 4: Social
Committee 4: junior Prom Com-
mittee 3: Intramural Fieldball 4.
BARBARA IRENE HAYES
A sweet secretary she'll make! . . .
dirty saddlesg all sorts of foolishness
. . . collects postcards . . . a Sev-
erna Parker and she camel walks,
WAKE Circulation Staff 45 Needle-
work Club 8: Typing Club 4.
DOUGLAS TAYLOR HIPKINS
Loves to dabble in printer's ink
...whiz at Latin and Spanish
...active in dramatics and as-
semblies . . . will make a good
journalist . . .
WAKE Literary Staff 35 WAKE
Circulation Staff 35 Tally-Ho
Editor-in-Chief 4: Assistant News
Editor 35 Make-up Editor 85 Re-
porter 1, 2, 3: Assembly Commit-
tee 3: Library Council 1: Oper-
etta 8: Spanish Club 3? Dramatics
Club 45 "What a Life" 3: "Pas-
sim" Reporter 2: Senior Play -Se-
lection Committee 4.
SHIRLEY ANN HOPKINS
A native of Crabtown . . . Hop
likes to paint . . . wants to be an
WAKE Art Staff 4: Art Service
l, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 4: Social
Committee l, 2, 3: Glee Club 45
Intramural Softball 1, 2: Basket-
ball 1, 2.
Like most of this year's class, Bobby
can't wait 'till graduation . . .
hometown is Rose Hill, Virginia
. . . main interests have been
Homeroom Representative 2:
Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4:
Intramural Softball 2, 3: Soccer
l, 2: Basketball 1, 35 Intramural
Referee 2, 35 Archery Club 4.
GRACE MARGUERITE JEFFER-
What will the Glee Club do with-
out her? . . . witty and wise . H. .
a busy bee if there ever was one.
Honor Society Member 35 Sec-
retary 4: WAKE Circulation Staff
Manager: Business Staff 4: As-
sembly Committee 3: Stunt Night
2, 4: Traffic Squad 4: Social Com-
mittee 3: Office Helper 4: Library
Council 2: Glee Club 2, 3, 45
Junior Prom Committee: Y-Teen
Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club:
Photography Club 45 Senior Play
Selection Committee 4.
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ig " 155, :"3:'55".fg. 'Q-'2f'.,",3 A 'I
RICHARD WESTON HEFLER
Always saying the funniest things
. . . has light brown hair and blue
eyes . . . hobbies are wine . . .
women . . . and Tommy Dorsey's
"Boogie Woogie" . . . ambition is
to have a Chrysler convertible and
lots of money . . .
Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 8: Senior
Hi-Y 4: Dramatics Club 3: Danc-
ing Club 4.
JOHN MACK I-IODGES
A true comedian . . . seems tg have
a finger in every pie . . . sports
tops his list of hobbies . . . Al
Jolson's got stiff competition in
him . . .
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4: Base-
ball 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Intramural
Soccer 2, 8, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 43'
Referee 35 Chess Club 3: Stunt
Night 4: Traflic Squad QLieut.j:
Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom
Committee: Senior Hi--Y 45 Bus-
iness Staff, WAKE 4: Dance Or-
chestra Club 4.
DORIS M. HORTON
Petite with brown hair and eyes
. . . born in Shanghai, China . . .
comes to us .from St. Mary's Girls'
School, Hongkong . . . aiming to-
ward a nursing career.
WAKE Business Staff 4: Stunt
Night 4: Traffic Squad 4.
A real pal to all who know her
. . . likes reading and hiking . . .
bright sunny disposition . . . al-
ways enjoys a good laugh . . .
chooses acting as a career . . .
Dramatics Club 3.
HARRIET ANNE JONES
A strawberry blonde wl1o has at-
tended many schools, including A.
H. S .... possesses sparkling per-
sonality . . . loves listening to
good jazz . . . anxious to write a
novel . . . Strayer's Business Col-
lege will get a break next year
when Harriet attends . . .
Photography Club 3: WAKE Art
MARY ELIZABETH JONES
Sis has lived here all her life and
just loves it . . . bowling is her
favorite . . . we're sure she'll make
a good secretary for a lucky man
someday . . .
WAKE Circulation Staff 43 Stunt
Night 45 junior Prom Committee
35 WAKE Business Staff 45 Cheer-
leader's Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45
Senior Play Selection Commit-
Native of Honolulu, Hawaii . . .
headed for business college after
graduation . . . wings on his feet
'cuz he longs to travel . . . says
to think twice before quitting
school . . .
JEANNE MARIE KLAPPHOLZ
Quiet and petite . . . born in Wash-
ington, D. C .... educated from
California to Maryland, including
Annapolis! .l. . determined to be
a rodeo trick rider . . . Whoopee,
ride 'em cowboy!!
JEAN N E FORREST
S orts blue e es and auburn hair.
. has just fots of pep and per-
sonality . . . best of luck to an
aviatrix in the making . . .
French Clubg Assembly Commit-
tee 45 junior Prom Committee:
Y-Teen Memberg Student Gov-
ernment Representative 3g Home
Room P. T. A. Representative 4g
Choral Music Club 4.
Full of fun and fancy free . ..
enjoys dancing as a pastime . . .
Commercialvcourse is preparing her
as a secretary.
WAKE Circulation, Business and
Typing Staff 45 Stunt Night 2, 43
Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: As-
sistant Librarian 4: Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Senior
play Selection Committeeg Cheer
Leading Club 5: Knitting Club 4.
MARY ELIZABETH KING
Hello Central! Give me a line . . .
A future telephone operator is our
dark eyed "Senorita" from East-
port . . .
WAKE Circulation Staff 45 Cheer
Leader's Club 3, 4.
CLARENCE REEVES KLAKRING
Wonderful personality . . . enjoys
ice-skating and football . . . dark
brown hair and sparkling green
eyes . . . wants to go to an Army
Officer's school . . .
P. T. A. Representative 2, 45
Assembly Committee lg Stunt
Night lg Traffic Squad 45 Glee
Club 2, 43 Intramural Softball
2: Soccer 1, 2.
MARIANNA LILLIAN KLEIS
Likeable and friendly . . . spends
extra hours dancing, bowling and
pounding the piano . . . headed for
a secretarial position . . .
P. T. A. Representative 3g Stunt
Night 4: Knitting' Club 3, 45
Senior Play Selection Commit-
Cheerful and spirited . . . wants
to travel . . . dotes on movies,
dancing and swimming . . . we'll
no doubt hnd ner in gay "Paree"
after her around the world trip.
President Tri-Hi-Y 45 Secretary-
Treasurer Hi-Y Council 4.
Big Boy Charlie is a native of
Deale, Maryland . . . loves boxing,
wrestling and all sports . . . hopes
to serve Uncle Sammy in the Navy
after he gets that diploma.
Boxing and Wrestling Club 3g
Boxing Club 4.
CHARLES G. LE COMPTE
"A voice . . . a song . . . and you!"
. . . "Daisy jr." hopes to continue
his singing and become a light
Stunt Night 4: Glee Club l, 2,
3, 4: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Dancing
This athletically inclined 6 footer
was born in St. Louis . . . came to
us via Honolulu, Hawaii . . . aims
to be a successful engineer.
Orchestra l, 2: A Hi-Y 4: Var-
sity Baseball l, 3, 4: Tennis 2:
Intramural Basketball 3: Auto-
motive Club 4.
EVELYN MARIE MARSTON
Cheerful . . . talkative . . . indus-
trious . . . that's Evie . . . a music
lover . . . collects ancedotes and
sayings . . . will make a perfect
secretary, we know!
Stunt Night 4: Tradic Squad 4:
Assistant to Guidance Depart-
ment 4: Glee Club 4: Typing
Club 5: Study Club 4.
PATRICIA A. McCORMICK
Hazel eyes and brown hair . .
vim, vigor, and vitality l l l . . .
A. H. S. sport asset.
Varsity Basketball l. 2. 3, 4:
Softball 2: Hockey 8: Fieldball 4:
Intramural Softball 2. 5: Basket-
ball l. 2: Hockey 4: Speedball 4:
Y-Teen Club l.
SHIRLEY MAE MCPHERSON
Is it auburn or it is not? . . . ask
Mac . . . brown eyes . . . art's her
specialty . . . she hopes to be an
illustrator or designer.
Glee Club 4: Operetta 8, 4:
Photography Club 3.
EUGENE MICHAEL LERNER
Tall, with black curly hair . . .
always on the go . . . wants to be
a lawyer . . . will enter the Uni-
versity of Maryland after gradua-
WAKE Assistant Editor 4: Tally-
Ho Reporter l, 2: Varsity Bas-
ketball 2, 3. 4: Traflic Squad
Lieutenant 4: Intramural Soc-
cer I: Basketball 1: Spanish Club
3: Vice-President Public Speak-
E. LOUISE LUCKE
Blond, blue eyes . . . more fun
than a barrel of monkeys . . . is
going to Bard-Avon . . . then "Lu-
Lu" hopes to be a charming lady
WAKE Literary Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y
3, 4: Y-Teen Club 2, 5: Spanish
Club 3: Girls' Chorus 2: Public
Speaking Club 4.
ELIZABETH H. MATTIE
A beautiful gal . . . hailing from
Pensacola, Florida . . . loves to
bowl . . . How is your score, Betsy?
. . . ambition to enter college . . .
which one? . . . University of
Maryland . . . but natch.
A Baltimoronl . . . will be an ac-
complished pianist someday . . .
will attend Peabody Conservatory
of Music . . . hobbies: eating.
laughing, and, oh yes . . .' knit-
Assistant Literary Editor of Wzuu-:
4: Business Stal! of Wake 4:
Tally-Ho Reporter 2. 8, 4: Art
Service 3: Knitting Club 4.
ELSIE 0. MEADE
Here's a gal who really enjoys
school . . . ambition: to become a
oourt stenographer or marry some
wealthy old man . . . an East-
porter who collects foreign money,
photos and music.
Secretary - Treasurer, Dancing
Club: Dramatic Club 4.
GEORGE GOTTHOLD MEYER
Bom at Frankfort-on-the-Main,
Germany . . . will major in Eng-
lish and Sciences . . . collects
stamps . . . likes chess, sketching
and, reading . . . dependable and
WAKE Literary Editor 4: Assistant
Literary Editor 3: Regular Staff
3, 4: Literary Staif 3, 4: Tally-Ho
Regular Staff 2, 3: Reporter 2,
3: Assistant Editor 3: Honor So-
ciety 3, 4: Publicity Chairman,
junior Prom Committee'3: Pub-
licity Chairman, Student Gov-
ernment Play 3: French Club 2:
Chess Club 3, 4: Intramural
Softball 2. 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3:
Basketball 3: Baseball 2, 3:
Locker Monitor 3, 4: Senior Play
Selection Committee 4: Traiiic
Squad Lt. 4: Harvard Prize for
Bashful Sue was born in San Diego
California . . . came to us from
Western High School, Washington,
D. C., during her sophomore year
. . . tops in girls' sports.
Honor Society 3, 4: WAKE Busi-
ness Staif 4: WAKE Circulation
Staff 4: Stunt Night 4: Traffic
Squad 4: Social Committee 4:
Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Softball
3, 4: Speedball 3: Hockey 4:
Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 2. 3, 4: Hockey 4: Speed-
ball 3, 4: Intramural Referee 4:
Knitting Club: Girls' Phys. Ed.
Leader Club: Astronomy Club.
BARBARA ANNE MOLTER
A ready laugh and a sense of
humor . . . phone mania . . . loves
to write . . . Bobbie's interest in
people puts her in the know for
psychology . . . Anthony, I
have a problem!"
WAKE Literary Staff: Business
Staff: General Staff 4: Assistant
Editor 4: Dramatics Club 3:
Public Speaking Club 4.
Busy Bee Babe . . . tall and quiet,
but oh, what a worker! . . . comes
from Garrison, Iowa . '. . music en-
chants her . . . tackling the busi-
Office Helper 4: Typing Club 3.
BETTY JEAN MUCH
Anxious to travel after graduation
. . . brown hair 'and dark eyes . . .
always popping up with cute re-
marks . . . simply crazy about sail-
WAKE Circulation Staff 4: Stunt
Night 4: Trafhc Squad 4: Dra-
matics Club: Typing Club 4:
Senior Play Selection Committee.
JUNE RUTH MICHAELSON
Blonde hair Qnatural, tooj . . .
literally "eats up" French . . .
Goucher College is next for her
. . . hopes to be her college class
WAKE Business Stalf 4: Art Edi-
tor 3: Circulation Stat! 4: Stunt
Night 2, 4: Library Council l, 2:
French Club 2: Intramural Soft-
ball l: Knitting Club 4: Senior
Play Selection Committee 4.
GLORIA j. MITCHELL
Our petite little cartoonist . . .
hails from Johnstown, Pa ....
headed for Maryland Institute to
be an artist . . . good luck, gall
WAKE Art Editor 4: Glee Club 3,
4: Dance Orchestra Club 3: Dra-
matic Club 4.
MARY ANNE MORGAN
A spirited lil' gal if there ever was
one . . . will be an addition to
the business world soon . . . good
Stunt Night 4: Social Committee
2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: fVice-Presi-
dent 45: Hi-Y Council 4: Intra-
mural Speedball 2:- Senior Play
Selection Committee 4.
MICHAEL JOSEPH MRLIK
Our strong, silent Student Govern-
ment President . . . lumberjacking
is his ambition . . . working is his
hobby . . . Syracuse University will
get a real all-round guy next year.
Student Government President 4:
Class Vice-President 2. 3: Social
Committee 2: President 4: Or-
chestra- 2, 4: Chairman Junior
Prom Orchestra Committee 3:
A Hi-Y Vice President 2, 4: Ser-
geat-at-Arms 3: Member 2: 3, 4:
Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Soccer 4:
Football 4: Intramural Softball
1, 2: Soccer 1, 2: Basketball l, 2,
3: Astronomy Club: Rocket Club.
CHARLES EDGAR MUMFORD
"Mum Dum" "Chuck"
Star varsity player . . . all of 6' l"
. . . born in McMinnville, Oregon
. . . hopes to play football in col-
WAKE Patron Representative 4:
Social Committee l, 2, 3:,Varsity
Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4: Basketball 2,
3, 4: Soccer 3, 4: Football 4:
Intramural Referee 3: Merit
Badge Club 4.
Washington is Mert's hometown
. . . wild about horses . . . sure
those blue es will get you some-
where, old I
Vanity Soccer 2: Intramural
Softball l. 2: Basketball l, 8:
Wrestling Club 8: Dancing Club
BEVERLY ANN 0'CONNELL
Bev.came to us from Connecticut
this year . . . this blue eyed gal
wants to be in the diplomatic ser-
vice . . . likes to be in the midst
WAKE Literary Staif 4: Social
Committee 4: Glee Club 4: Var-
sity Basketball 4: Knitting Club
4: Traiiic 'Squad 4.
Refreshing, dimpled smile . . . is
crazy about sports . . . after grad-
uation she wants to enter Bard-
Avon in Baltimore.
P. T. A. Representative 1: Var-
sity Basketball 2: Softball 2. 3:
Speedball l, 2. 3: Hockey 8, 4:
Intramural Softball 1, 2, 5: Bas-
ketball 2: Hockey 2, 3: Speed-
ball 1. 2. 3: Intramural Referee
4: Spanish Club: Girls' Physical
Education Leaders Club 4.
ELLEN A. PEREGOY
Smiles galore . . . dimples demure
. . . shy until you know her . . .
that's what nurses are made of . . .
that's what Peggy intends to bel
Circulation Stall 4: Astronomy
PEARL ELIZABETH PODLICH
Goldilocks . . . sports woman de-
luxe . . . Mt. Holyoke . . . here
comes a future chemist.
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4: Soft-
ball l, 2, 3, 4: Speedball l, 2, 3:
Hockey 4: Intramural Softball 1,
2: Basketball I, 2: Hockey 1, 2:
Speedbal1.2: Manager 3: Referee
2, 3, 4: Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 3:
Stunt Night l: junior Prom
Committee 3: WAKE Circulation
Staff 4: Business Stall 4: Student
Government Representative 2. 3:
Vice-President of Student Gov-
Mlithillg brown hair and eyes . . .
likes oioe work . . . lots of fun
. . . takes an hour to comb her
Wan Circulation Sta!! 4: Tally-
Ho Typist 4: Glee Club 4: jun-
ior Prom Refreshment Commit-
0akie's a spirited guy . . . always
on the go . . . future undecided,
but we know he'll make good . . .
yeah, we know . . . another East-
Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Intramural
Softball l, 5: Soccer 2. 3: Basket-
ball 3: Library Council 8: Glee
Club 4: Operetta 1: I-Ii-Y Mem-
ber 2, 3, 4: Archery Club 4.
Farmer and his ready smile . . .
quiet and unassuming . . . wonder
if he will live up to his name?
Varsity Soccer 4: Intramural
Softball 1, 2: Soccer l. 2: Bas-
ketball I, 2: Boxing and Wrestl-
ing Club 3.
JAMES ALBERT PERRY
Man, what a wrestler! . . . joe will
soon be seen in Alaska . . . spare
hours are spent collecting Indian
relics . . . don't underestimate his
Wrestling Club 3: Archery Club
CHARLES PAUL PREWETT
A southern charmer from Atlanta,
Georgia . . . likes dancing and loves
flying . . . aims to he a pilot and
try out those rocket ships in the
world of Buck Rogers.
Dancing Club 3.
LA RUE PRUITT
Snooks will take lessons at Pea-
body on how to crash the world
of pianists . . . likes to dance . . .
"laugh and the' world laughs with
Homeroom Representative l5 P.
T. A. Representative 35 WAKE
Circulation Staff 4, Business Staff
45 Orchestra 3, 45 Dance Or-
One of our original Crabtowners
. . . another sports fan with future
doings along that line . . . remem-
ber those soccer games, gang-
Varsity Soccer 3. 4: Intramural
Softball 1, 2: Basketball 35
Wrestling Club 3.
ROBERT E. ROBBINS
Our gain this year from Alma,
Michigan . . . quiet and shy . . .
bowling and basketball top his list
of favorites . . . to become a me-
chanical engineer is his ambition.
Orchestra member 45 WAKE Bus-
iness Staff 45 Varsity Basketball 4.
MARY JANET RULE
Quiet 2 . . conscientious . . . poise
and personality plus . . . brown
eyed "Mimi" hopes to attend Sweet-
Briar after she graduates.
Chairman Assembly Committee
45 Stunt Night 45 Honor Society
35 Vice-President 45 Chairman
junior Prom Ticket Committee
3: Zonta Club Award for
Scholarship 35 Sewing Club 35
Knitting Club 4.
ROBERT E. SAUNDERS
"Our Little Cartoonist" . . . hails
from Baltimore . . . active mem-
ber of the orchestra . . . ambition:
to get out of schooll
Art Service 45 Chess Club 85
Dance Orchestra 45 WAKE Art
Hails from Huntington, West Vir-
ginia . . . likes drafting and draw-
ing . . . may take it up after A.
H. S .... sure to succeed in any-
thing he does.
Chess Club 3.
DOROTHEA P. RIDGEWAY
All good things come in little pack-
ages . . . friendly smile . bursting
with fun . . . after graduation
Dotty will attend Annapolis Busi-
Typing Club 35 Social Commit-
tee 25 junior Prom Committee 35
Varsity Speedball 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3, 45 Intramural Speedball 2.
JEAN ROBERTS ROGERS
The best things come in small
packages . . . gay and jolly . . .
loves swimming and sailing . . . a.
future kindergarten teacher.
Intramural Softball 35 Hockey 3:
Y-Teen Member 2, 55 Tri-Hi-Y
Member 45 Library Council
Member 25 WAKE Circulation
Staff 45 Business Staff 45 Senior
Play Selection Committee 4.
WILLIAM E. SAUMENIG. JR.
Brown eyed Annapolitan . . . "fu-
ture unknown," says fortune teller
"Madame Houdini" . . . quite a
WAKE Circulation Staff 45 Chess
Club 3, 45 Business Staff WAKE
GEORGE J. SCHAEFFER
Scouts.. . . Photography and music
. . . all take up silent George's
spare time . . . a great pal to all
who know him.
Stunt Night 45 Traffic Squad
Member 45 Varsity Baseball 45
Intramural Softball I5 Photog-
Zaphy Club 85 Merit Badge Club
ANTOINETTE R. SCI-IIFANELLI
Another native of Crabtowner . . .
headed for a nursing career.. .
hobbies are piano and baking . . .
Stunt Night 43 Glee Club 3, 43
flpgzreita 33 Needlecraft Club
Best horseback rider this side of
Eastport . . . wants to be a jockey
. . . seriously, a writer . . . strike
up the band, "William and Mary"
. . . here comes "Baby."
Honor Society 3, President 4:
Traffic Squad Member 4: Chair-
man junior Prom Committee 3:
Y-Teen Member 2, 3: Tally-Ho
Reporter 2g Feature Editor 3:
News Editor 45 Cheer Leader
RICHARD L. SIMMONS
A man of sports . . . basketball and
wrestling rank the highest . . .
pleasing personality with a good
sense of humor. 1
Varsity Basketball 2: Intramural
soccer l, 2. 3: Intramural Man-
ager Sg Intramural Referee 3:
Wrestling Club 4.
FRED JOSEPH SMITH
A regular guy with a smile for all
. . .headed for the Navy to see
theworld . . . Where's that black
and yellow car with the red letters,
Senior Hi-Y 33 Intramural Soft-
ball 2: Wrestling Club 3, 4.
OLIVER BURNS SMITH
A Baltimoreanl . . . after prep
school, would like to enter Uni-
versity of Maryland . . . aiming for
the F. B. I. after he finishes study-
WAKE Circulation Staff 45 Chem-
istry Club 31 Wrestling Club 3,
45 Vice-President Alpha junior
Hi-Y 3: Senior Hi-Y 33 Chaplain
Senior Hi-Y 45 Varsity Soccer 8,
45 Football 4.
PATRICIA ANNE SHANNON
Came to us this year from St.
Petersburg, Florida . . . has a
dimple . . . producing smile for
everyone . . . to be a secretary and
pianist is her goal.
Choral Music Club.
Here's a brown-eyed, black haired
native of Edgewater, Maryland . . .
Ambition: wants to graduate . . .
who doesn't? . . . bowling is her
LYNN EDWARD SIPE
He's a jolly good fellow . . . a
future photographer . . . he can
sing, too . . . a crop of brown hair
and hazel eyes.
Stunt Night 4: Library Council
Member 1, 2: Glee Club 3, 45
Operetta 35 Intramural Soft-
ball lg Soccer lg Basketball 1.
LOUIS DALE SMITH
"By Dale" . . . that's the trade
mark for all those beautiful girls
he draws . . . hopes to make that
name famous after attending Wash-
ington College . . . we may find
him rich someday . . . who knows?
WAKE Art Staff 3: Art Service
8, 45 Oflicer 3, Social Committee
4: junior Prom Committee 3.
WALTER BURTON SMITH
One of our "taller" seniors . . .
Annapolitan that's well-known for
his boots . . . likes mechanical
drawing and hopes like mad to
be successful in it.
Varsity Basketball 43 Automotive
Witty as can be . . . crazy about
music and dancing . . . is entering
Maryland University . . . aims to
be a successful business man.
WAKE Business Staff 4: Orches-
tra 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 3.
4: Spanish Club.
Real red headed guy . . . having
a good time is a favorite time killer
. . . typing hasn't discouraged Stew:
he wants to be a printer.
WAKE Business Staff 4: Intra-
mural Softball I, 2: Soccer l:
Basketball I, 2. 5: Archery Club
3: Intramural Referee 3.
JEANNINE H. STINCI-ICOMB
jeanie's hobbies are piano, reading
and dancing . . . can be seen run-
ning with bangs going up and
down . . . intends to go to business
college. then become a private sec-
Art Service 4: Traffic Squad 4:
Social Committee 4: Office Helper
4: Assistant to Attendance Of-
ficer 4: Glee Club 4: Choral
Music 4: Assistant to Guidance
ROBERT E. STRAW
"6' 4" Bob comes to us this year
after serving three years with Uncle
Sam . . . a true Annapolitan . . .
loves to travel . . . considering
drafting as a career. '
DONALD STEELE TAYLOR
Tall and lanky . . . hopes to follow
in Pater's footsteps and be a mor-
tician . . . indulges in swimming
and having a good time.
Stunt Night 4: Traffic Squad
Member 4: Senior Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
Varsity Football 4: Intramural
Softball 1: Soccer 1: Basketball l:
Typing Club 4: Senior Play Se-
lection Committee 4.
IRWIN MAXWELL SPARKS
6' 2" Mack hails from Chester,
Maryland . . . hobbies are sports,
eating, sleeping, and girls . . . our
future brown-eyed statistician with
P. T. A. Representative I : WAKE
Business Staff 4: Stunt Night 4:
Glee Club 8, 4: Junior Prom
Committee 3: Senior Hi-Y 8, 4:
Varsity Basketball 2, 8: Soccer 2,
3: Intramural Softball l, 2: Soc-
cer 2: Basketball l, 2, 8: Auto-
motive Club 4: Wrestling and
Boxing Club 8: Dancing Club.
ERVALEE ANN STINCHCOMB
Popular combination of blond hair,
blue eyes . . . friendliest smile in
A. H. S ,... hopes to be a secretary
after Annapolis Business College.
Assembly Committee 4: Glee Club
3, 4: Operetta 3: Senior Play
Selection Committee 4: Photog-
raphy Club 8, 4.
DORIS VIRGINIA STRATTON
This "crabtowner" likes needle-
work, badminton and swimming
. . . wants to go to Annapolis Busi-
ness College and be a secretary.
Homeroom P. T. A. Representa-
tive 4: WAKE Circulation Staff 4:
Tally-Ho Typist 4: Assembly
Committee 3: Stunt Night 4:
Traffic Squad 4: Glee Club 4:
Intramural Badminton 3: Speed-
ball 2, 3: Needlecraft Club 3:
Typing Club 4.
CHARLES C. TAYLOR, III
Ambitious lad . . . hopes to be a
Radio Engineer . . . hobbies favor
art and model airplanes . . v How
about those pageless text books,
Stunt Night 4: Dance Club 3:
Radio Club 4.
MARY TA YMAN
Comes from Baltimore, Maryland
. . her interests lie in Bookkeep-
ing, Photography and Commercial
WAKE Typing Staff 4: Stunt
Night 4: fChairman of Make-up
Committeey: Art Service 4: S0-
cial Committee 4: Intramural
Softball 4: Basketball 4: and
Fun loving Tuck . . . one of our
fellow Spanish sufferers . . . will
bless University of Idaho next year
. . . then? Will see all of Uncle
Sammcys beautiful land.
Stu ent Govemment Representa-
tive 2: A-Hi-Y 4: Intramural
Softball 'l: Soccer l, 2: Spanish
Club 8, 4.
BETTY LOU VICKERS
Known for her pleasant disposition
. . . school work is not her favor-
ite pastimei . . . always ready for
a good time . . . present ambition:
"to get my hands on that precious
junior Prom Committee 3:
Photography Club 3: Knitting
Club 4: Senior Play Selection
PATRICIA ANN WAYSON
Born in Weems Creek . . . some-
day she will be her boss's secretary
. . .she likes art, music, and
WAKE Typing Stalf 4: Stunt
Night 4: Art Service Member 4:
Social Committee Member 4:
Ofiice Helper 4: Assistant to
Guidance Department 4: Intra-
mural Softball 4: Basketball 4:
MARY LOU WEBER
Lou was born in Annapolis . . .
likes the midshipmen . . . hopes
to go to William and Mary.
Stunt Night 4: Traflic Squad 4:
Glee Club 2, 3.
BARBARA LEA WEIDMANN
Our Salisbury Belle! . . . would
like to enter Barbizon Modeling
school . . . collects records and post-
cards . . .
Tally-Ho Regular Staff 2, 3: Tal-
ly-Ho Reporter 1, 2. 3: Tally-Ho
Assistant Feature Editor 3: So-
cial Committee l: junior Prom
Decoration Committee 3: Y-Teen
Club 3: Cheerleader's Club 3,3
Art Service Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4.
ROBERT S. VAN DENBURGH
Born in Troy, New York . . . he
wants to go to Rensselaer Poly-
technic lnstitute to study mechani-
Trallic Squad 4: Model Airplane
4: Civitan Club 4: A Hi-Y 4.
JAMES HENRY WATTS, III
Here's a Bostonian with a real
sense of humor . . . he's joining
the F. B. I. via Harvard . . . a
Qhalfj witty fellow who likes coins
and traveling . . .
WAKE Literary Staff 4: A-Hi-Y
Member 3, 4: Treasurer, Hi-Y
Council 4: junior Civitan Club
ROBERT BRUCE WAYSON
Crashed the halls of A. H. S.
last year from Hyattsville . . . tall
and lanky . . . swims like a fish
. . . those blue eyes of his are 'al-
Homeroom Representative 4:
Orchestra 3, 4: A-Hi-Y 4: Var-
sity Baseball 4: Intramural Bas-
ketball 8, 4: Dance Orchestra 3,
ROBERT ALAN WEBER
Man about town . . . just loves
racing boats . . . college bound to
be an aeronautical engineer . . .
more power to you, Bob!
Homeroom Representative 1: Art
Service Member 3: Intramural
Softball l, 2: Soccer 1, 2: Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Model Airplane
Club 3: Gym Club 4.
BOSQUET NEILL WEV, JR.
His goal is the Naval Academy . . .
jazz records mania . . . gives out
with the best of piano jive . . . and
you should see him cut the rug!
Operetta 1: Member A-Hi-Y 4:
Varsity Baseball 4: Basketball 4:
BETTIE ANN WHEELER
Short with hazel eyes and brown
hair . . . always running around
doing errands . . . loves dancing,
swimming, and reading . . . ambi-
tion to be a good secretary.
Office Helper 43 Operetta 23 Y-
Teen Club 33 Typing Club 3, 4.
CLIFFORD L. WICKMAN, JR.
Came from Southern High in
sophomore year . . . Larry hopes
to defend his classmates in law
courts someday . . . spends his
extra hours sailing and stamp col-
Chess Club 3, 4.
AUDREY ANN WILLIAMS
A native of Cristobal, Panama . . .
hopes to go to business college
. . . expects to become a secretary.
WAKE Business Staff 43 Social
Committee 43 Intramural Hockey
33 Make-up Club.
The cute 'lil gal who 'totes those
absentee lists around . . . biggest
wish is to be a beautician . . . or
maybe a bookkeeper . . . a colossal
success with all that know her.
Stunt Night 43 Traffic Squad 43
Office Helper 43 Assistant to At-
tendance Officer 43 Glee Club 43
Operetta 3, 43 Y-Teen Club 3,
43 junior Glee Club 3.
A laughing gal with shining eyes
. . . an orginal Crabtowner . . .
studies piano and ballet . . . desti-
nation: Johns Hopkins . . . mis-
sion: establish a career as a nurse!
Intramural Softball 13 Hockey 3.
Margie's a Crabtowner too . . .
loves embroidering and reading . . .
wants to be a telephone operator
and get married . . . lucky guy
her hubby will be.
WAKE Circulation Staff 43 Knit-
ting Club 4: Tally-Ho Club 3.
Tall, blond . . . hazel eyed . . .
Maisie likes the navy . . . friendly
. . . to go out and have fun is one
of her hobbies.
Social Committee 33 Y-Teen Club
33 Tally-Ho Club 4.
Red-haired Charlie always has a
smile on his face . . . just loves
sports . . . after graduation he
wants to join the navy . . . good
Stunt Night 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
43 Varsity- Basketball 2, 3, 43
Soccer 43 'Intramural Softball 2,
33 Soccer 33 Basketball 2, 33 In-
tramural Referee 3g Boxing Club,
Towson State Teachers' College
will get "jackie" next year . . .
pupils will like having a blond,
green-eyed teacher . . . how does
one get all A's?
WAKE Business Staff 43 Circula-
tion Staff 43 Tri-Hi-Y 'Officer 43
Member 33 Council 45 Y-Teen
Club 33 Intramural Hockey 33
SHIRLEY C. WINDSOR
Music and collectin hoto a hs
are Shirley's hobbiesg. . shgspal-
ways willing to help any ole time
. . . would like to be a musician
Glee Club 5, 4.
ELLWOOD DALE WITT
Another Crabtowner . . . some day
will be a Certified Public Account-
ant . . . fun loving . . . grey eyes
always on the girls.
Typing Club 3: Intramural Soft-
ball l, 2: Basketball l,.2.
IRMA C. WOOLFORD
Busy little bee at the office . . .
dotes on movies, dancing, and
sports . . . aiming high for a life
full of friends . . . she'll have them.
WAKE Treasurer 4: Stunt Night
Make-up Committee 4: Social
Committee 4: Office Helper 4:
Varsity Hockey 4: Treasurer Bus-
iness Staff 4.
JERRY j. ZAVADIL
Ever-ready smile . . . hearty in
manner . . . studious . . . ambition
to study at johns Hopkins to be a
WAKE Photography Staff 4: P.
T. A. Representative 4: Stunt
Night 4: Chess Club 3: Archery
LOUIS A. C. STEVENS, JR.
Native of Annapolis . . . likes sports
. . .enjoys working on cars . . .
his main wish is to become a florist.
. . . just loves those fragrant flow-
Stage Work 1, 2, 8, 4: Running
Movies I, 2, 3, 4: Intramural
Softball l, 2, 3: Soccer l, 2: Bas-
ketball l, 2: Boat Club: Radio
Club: Wood Club.
CHARLES D. WOOD
Our hard-working senior . . . fin-
ger in every pie . . . iron in every
fire . . . gets that southern drawl
from Mobile, Alabama.
Student Government Treasurer
4: Glee Club 5, 4: Social Com-
mittee Treasurer 4: A-Hi-Y Pres-
ident 4: Treasurer 3: Chaplain 2:
Vice-President Hi-Y Council 3,
4: Public Speaking Club Presi-
Bob just loves to paint . . . hopes
to be a commercial artist after
graduation . . . would like to enter
University of California . . . always
willing to help, that's Bob.
Art Service 1, 2, 3: Social Com-
mittee 3: Chairman junior Prom
Committee 3: A-Hi-Y 8: Art Ser-
vice Club 3.
Fred already has his "honey" . .
raises honey bees for a hobby . . .
sure hope he doesn't get stung!
Dancing Club 3.
WAYNE WALLACE HIGGS
Annapolis is his home . . . ambi-
tion is to join the Navy . . . wants
to have fun while he can . . .
"You're only young once, after all,"
Stunt Night 4: Intramural Soft-
ball l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2: Bas-
ketball l, 2. 5: Intramural Man-
ager 3: Intramural Referee 4:
Wrestling Club 8: Civitan Club
President ....,...,................,.. TOM COLLINS
Vice-President .. ,.,...,. GEORGE KIORPES
Secretary-Treasurer .... ELLEN IGNATIUS
Bottom Row - M. Olsen, A. Skislak, S. Stone, E.
Koningsberg, P. Prewett, M. Worthington, W. 1
Tyler. Mrs. Wilson.
Second Row - J. Greer, H. Kelly, M. Blew, S.
Francis, J. Segner, T. Collins, A. jackson, G.
Kiorpes, T. Wright.
Third Row - B. Haneke, R. Bloar, E. Herbers, W.
Anderson, V. Agriesti.
Bottom Row - Miss Newlon, R. Wells, P. Hender-
son, N. Collins, F. Fradd, M. Harrington, S
Marable, P. jordan, A. Terp, E. Ignatius, B
Duckett, E. Howard, J. Frantum.
Second Row - P. Weidman D. Whelan, H. Paule-
menn, R. Snavely, E. Larrimore, F. Smith, M.
Shoaf, J. Shakelton.
Bottom Row - M. Williams, R. Stuller, M. Wil-
liams, R. Tirschman, j. Wooster, P. Zelko, S.
Westhofen, P. Slockell, B. Stockett, M. A.
Woolford, B. White, A. Vlna, j. Wheeler.
Second Row - P. Taylor, B. A. Winter, B. Stearns,
P. Weber, F. Wuebbens, W. Thomas, S Straus,
B. Storton, A. White, j. Talman, j. Starlings,
Third Row - H. Wood, A. Tomanio, A. Curlott
P. Wilson, A. woodbum, A. Tuers, B. Wash:
ington, J. Stevens.
President .......... TOMMY KIRKPATRICK
Vice-President ............., LEROY TURNER
Secretary-Treasurer ....,... BETTY WINTER
Bottom Row - N. Bayliff, S. Boerstler, E. Bausam
M. Beall, S. Allston. R. Havenner, V. Bryan
M. Bonner, S. Achenback, P. Atterll. S. Basil
C. Brown, M. Adams.
Second Row - B. Basil, K.. Bean, B. Agreisti. C.
Como, E. Bardeu, E. Condon, F. Bowles, G
Bass, B. Bryant, D. Attwell.
Third Raw - D. Asher, V. Carr, B. Baldree, Mr.
Bottom Row - S. Challin, J. Cromar, J. Colburn,
R. Parsons, J. Duckett, Miss Kibler, A. Char-
acklis, S. Christo, J. Coulter, V. Currier, N.
Davis, C. Farish, J. Frano.
Second Row - D. Farinas, D. Dove, M. Davis, J.
Teall, L. Casey, B. Deale, S. Fredenburgh, J.
Daughtery, J. Donaldson, C. Connell, D. Cros-
by, D. Gannaway.
Third Row - T. Frey, T. Diamond, G. Howard,
J. Ford, T. Earle, J. Ford, T., Dorsey, R.
Stacklin, C. Ballman, B. Ericson, A. Currier.
Bottom Row - A. Loughlin, N. Russell, J. Pole
G. Richman, A. Ridout, P. Saslaw, J. Palmer:
J. Molden, J. Nichols, C. Carter.
Second Row - F. Springfield, W. Scarborough, J
Spencer, R. Sears, C. Schwaher. G. Shepherd
E. Nichols, J. Staton, A. Riley, Miss Hicks.
Third Row - K. Popham, C. Steel, J. Stames, S.
Bottom Row - A. Kramer, M. Kramer, M. Herr,
S. Greenwell, B. Horton, S. Greenfield, J
Lanham, S. Lee, F. Weishar, M. Gamer, K
Galloway, B. Smith, Miss Yancey.
Second Row - M. Hacker, P. Knode, A. Johnson,
J. Klyman, P. Hill, P. Kaiser, C. Stone, J. Lip-
man, M. Heineman, P. Hunt, A. Leitner, P
Kohr, K. Hooper.
Third Row - R. Meiklejohn, R. Kavanaugh, T.
McDonald, D. Newell, W. Lusby, J. Levay, B.
Oberholtzer, J. Miller, G. Manning, T. Kirk-
patrick, L. McNew.
Bottom Row - R. Morgan, D. Puschert, S. Harder,
S. Gar M. Hen . Havenar K. Herbert F
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Gnllespre, G. George, B. Herxng, B. Groller,
D. Olson, W. Mumford.
Second Row - R. McKaye, C. Schmett, A. Sears,
M."Morris, G. Schultz, K. Sears, B. Mayes, D.
Palmer, D. Nichols, D. Pennington, R. Page,
Third Row - C. Nemiller N. Phi s D. Russell
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J. Rossette, R. Purdy, W. Philps, T. Morton,
R. Parkinson, R. Sears, j. Murchake, G. Tyler,
K1 Riley, T. jones.
President ........... .............. J ANE CARR
Vice-President ................ SAM ANDERSON
Secretary-Treasurer ,... LOLLIE BUXTON
Bottom Row - L. Guerin, J. Miller, G. McClana-
han, S. Arndt, M. Moon, E. Much, M. Man-
ning, G. Parker, M. Long D. Jackson, P. John-
Second Row - N. Hilprecht,,D. Lloyd, J. Ralnuey,
S. Meyers, A. Miller, J. Jenson, Miss Holsey,
F. Keeney, P. Mulligan, A. Jordan.
Bottom Row - J. Ward, D. Zepp. J. Weston, P.
Westphal, M. Williams, C. White, S. Yost, R.
L. Young, R. Whittington, T. Wuebbens,
A. Tennyson, M. Webb.
Second Row - M. Wickman, P. Williams, R. Svo-
los, N. Wells, W. Smith, J. Stevens, C. Wine-
gardner, A. Norwood, G. Williams, Mr. Rogers
Third Row - E. Windsor, N. Tydings, H. Smith,
M. Waterman, R. Taylor, G. Springfield, E.
Vermillion, R. Vallandingham.
Bottom Row - M. Thomason, D. Sears, V. Shawen
J. Ramey, F. Stevens, N. Reppenhagen, B
Walters, M. Taylor, M. Stone, J. Reichel, D
Terry, M. Weidman, V. Smith.
Second Row - J. Springlield, J. Gensler, A. Logan
M. Sherald, E. Stockett, E. Westphal, J
burgh, S. Bush, Miss E. Newlon.
, Third Row - Terwilliger, M. Tucker, B. Stuller
' R. Washington, S. Bush.
Bottom Row - C. Basil, B. Beard, J. Asher, A.
Brice, N. Bishop, L. Brouse, D. Philips, L.
Blades, J. Arison, I. Bausum.
Second Row - S. Anderson, E. Britton, T. Abato,
T. Bergen, R. Connel, L. Asquith, F. Com-
marata, J. Brown, F. Beck, R. Basil, C. Ball.
Third Row - S. Blades, J. McCrone, W. Beall, F.
Bildstein, K. Belch, G. Bloom, J. Bromley, K.
Bunker, C. Bellam, M. Brown.
Schlepegrell, B. Trott, N. Stine, M. Vander-
Bottom Row - Miss Kephart, P. Frantom, H
Fisher, E. Fiala, S. Garner, B. Ford, J. Frantom,
N. Elliott, P. Dawson, F. Davidson.
Second Row - T. Kelly, G. Ford, G. Clark, H
Mason, F. Jones, J. Marston, G. Stevens, A.
Kahn C Hil recht R Heintz
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Third Row - H. Gates, R. Joyce, J. Lang, C.
Tack, R. Lee, S. Millard, J. Wiseman, A. Higgs,
C. George, H. Sullivan, M. Hyatt.
Bottom Row - J. Daniels, E. Daggett, J. Daley, B
Carlson, M. Cooley, J. Carr, A. Cooper, M
Cantler, C. Cooper, B. Bums.
Second Raw - R. Crowley, C. Davidson, B. Sheri-
dan, J. Fjlers, J. Cordle, W. Donald, D. Cul-
lember, B. Willis, J. Duvall, P. Clarke, D
Figgs. J. Eastenday.
Third Row - G. Crandall, D. Cook, M. Brashears
D. Pennington, B. Carter, N. Smith, P. Elliott,
Miss Marking, C. Demas, J. Finkle, D. Como.
President ....................,.., CAROL TURNER
Vice-Presi dent .......,..........,. JIMMY BAKER
Bottom Row - M. Holmes, L. Boettcher, B. Hop-
kins, C. Davis, R. Cooper, J. Halsted, B. Her-
zog, M. L. Fiala, E. Ford, B. Hoyt, A. Hard-
esty, S. Duvall, A. Doyle.
Second Row - M. Bland, E. Dischert, J. Judd, F.
Meredith, G. Bender, N. Goldsborough, J.
Henneberger, J. Lang, G. Hall, B. Abbott,
M. A. Festagallo.
Bottom Row - P. Dice, M. Ford, D. Cook, B.
Buser, P. Wilson, A. Fisher, J. Jones, N. Geisler.
Second Row - W. Aisquith, M. Ball, R. Fielding,
H. Rosati, D. Ford, A. McGuckian, J. King.
Third Row - Mrs. Carpenter, T. Steward, G. Hol-
land, P. Chaney.
Bottom Row - J. Purdy, D. Lape, L. King, N
Hood, L. Murphy, L. A. McKeyes, P. Read
J. Dyment, M. Mihalko, B. Schaeffer, A. Katsef
Second Row - A. Stallings, H. Ford, D. Moon, A
Morris, L. Hargrove, E. Abat, L. Owens, J
Schoocraft, R. Hinshaw, B. Kerchner.
Third Row - M. Lewis, M. K. Sinninger, J. Kerr
N. Zimmerman, C. Molden, S. L. Lewis, I
Mebane, C. Knight, M. Pumphrey, Miss Klein
Fourth Row - R. Windsor, M. Strange, F. Wil-
son, C. Wayson, J. Simmons, R. Moyer, G
Armiger, D. Jones, D. Baker.
Bottom Row - j. Zelman, M. Smith, G. Bull, M.
Wilson . Noble L Scible C. Tolan M
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Taylor, P. Sable, H. Sherald, I. Goldrich, B.
Second Row - W. Sherbert, C. Schneider, B. Cur-
lott, R. Walters, B. Sarles, M. Whittington, R.
Sas, A. Harvery, F. Boswell, D. Reynolds, D.
jolly, Mrs. Pierce.
Third Row - F. Putnam, B. Smith, B. Williams,
D. Thompson, K. Wayson, B. Stallings, C.
Stevens, B. Smith, R. Rossback, C. Smith, F.
Bottom Row - C. Kautz, E. Harbaugh, H. Done-
lan, L. B. Haneke, B.' Mikill, E. Ford, G. Gary
D. Mileto, P. Sherwood, A. Ballman, J. Cris-
tiano, S. Meyer, N. Kraft.
Second Row - H. Meek, J. Owens, S. Moreland,
W. Klawans, T. Martin, j. Reed, F. McPher-
son, B. Phipps, B. Martin, B. Lee, W. Kern,
R. Inman, R. Iosbaker, R. Love.
Third Row - H. Lenhardt, B. Kennerly, B. J. joy,
A. Moreland, F. Klimes, A. Kirby, Mrs. Smith,
J. Keating, B. joy.
Bottom Row - H. Campbell, E. Trevett, S. Water
man, K. Leanos, N. Lee, C. Turner, S. Adams
B. Aorilio, J. Snuggs, S. Bachman. C. A
Turner, S. Reppenhager, M. Forbes.
Second Row - S. Bice, F. Berry, B. Brashears, C
Cantler, C. Eley, N. Brown, A. Doyle, G
Elliott, W. Collison, T. Albrecht, R. Rogers
Third Row - D. Hollidayoke, B. Haworth, C.
Heise, C. Engleman, W. Graham, A. Bentley
Bottom Row - R. jones, M. Hosse, A. Kohler, B.
Harder, N. Kell, C. Deladrier, D. Duckett, M.
Asher, C. Wev, L. Dawson, D. Daniels, G.
Second Row - E. Hendricks . Howard R. Callie
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C. Hall, W. Givens, D. Burris, N. Atwell, G.
jaynes, j. Alvanos, Miss Swartz.
Second Row - D. Galloway, R. Trott, C. Dawson
D. johns, C. Peters, T. Chance, R. Howard
C. Abbott, j. Jordon, M. Barrett, Mr. Norris
Third Row - j. james, C. Barr, K. Barber, j.
Brooks, B. Hays, B. johnson, M. Christenson,
H. Gardner, H. Egan, A. Casey, N. Cooper,
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Bottom Row - j. Russel, B. Norfolk, F. Pappas,
ll. Lee, A. Fullman, B. Heard, 1. Moore, A.
Whittington, L. Windsor, G. Heinbuch, P.
S. G. COUNCIL
Bottom Row - C. Wood, B. Podlich, M. Mrlik, M. lNilliams, R. Ay. Second Row - Brady,
C. Turner, J. Carr, T. Collins.
The STUDENT GOVERNMENT has been our law-making, law-enforcing,
governing, and legislative body. It has made many rules and decisions for the
benefit of the school and student body. This year's oflicers were Mike Mrlik, a
popular President, Betsy Podlich, a dependable Vice-President, Charles Wood, a
thrifty Treasurer, and Martha Williams, an efficient Secretary. These oflicers were
elected by,the entire student body after a highly organized and exciting cam-
paign in their junior year. The S G. faculty advisers were Miss Noble and
Our STUDENT LEGISLATURE has been the law-making body. Elected
Homeroom Representatives give student opinions on current school problems and
report proceedings in homeroom discussions which they lead. All students can
express opinions, make motions, and give suggestions to the legislature.
The TRAFFIC SQUAD is charged with keeping a semblance of order in
directing passing of classes, entry into assemblies, and lining up at lunch time.
Mr. Herklotz was the adviser, and Richard Ay was the Captain of this year's squad.
Nancy Blew was First Lieutenant. Responsible for the three floors were Lieu-
tenants Grace jefferson, Emerson Deale and George Meyer. Though traffic
officers take a lot of kidding, students learn that crime does not pay and are
brought before the STUDENT COURT, which passes sentence.
Our many enjoyable dances, jamborees, and other social
,, ct functions were arranged by the SOCIAL COMMITTEE. Under
:fl Miss Edith Newlon, Miss Luciel Coggiano, Mr. Calvin Rogers,
' faculty advisers, and Mike Mrlik, president of the S. G., the
N X committee has prepared for music, decorations, refreshments and
games. We can thank the committee for the Harvest Hop,
W. P. A. Dance, Spring Formal and many other social events
which we have enjoyed.
Looking over the integral parts of our Student Government
part to make A. H. S. a better place.
I R4 and their accomplishments, we see that each has done well its
Bottom Row - C. Wood, R. Ay, W.
Mumford, P. Weidman, J. Baker,
Second Row - A. Brice, B. A. Winter,
S. Miller, B. Podlich, J. Greenberg,
B. Basil, M. Williams, N. Kelis, H.
Third Row - j. Cromar, j. Palmer,
C. A. Turner, M. Heineman, M.
Webb, S. Garner, J. Carr.
Fourth Row - M. Mrlik, T. Collins,
B. Wayson, R. Clemens.
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Bottom Row - R. Van Denburgh, G.
Meyer, G. Schaeffer, R. Ay, N. Blew,
E. Deale, M. Williams, Mr. Herklotz.
Second Row - S. Butler, M. L. Yveber,
E. Shepherd, B. Much, A. Abbou,
H. Belcher, G. jefferson, B. Beavin,
Third Row - O. Werntz, j. Green-
berg, S. Miller, C. Evans, F. Cohen,
j. Stinchcomb, V. Stratton, E. Mars-
B. Dawson, M. Tayman, H. Belcher,
S. Miller, M. Flood, R. Sears, D.
Buschert, M. Mrlik, C. YVOod, F.
Gelhaus, P. Wayson, H. Leanos, J.
Greenberg, S. Stone, Miss Newlon.
oaiaf gommiffss dgaizman
onoz oaizfy .
Bottom Row - S. Butler, E. Shepherd, M. Rule, W. Gaw, G. jefferson. Second Row - G. Meyer,
Miss Swartz, M. Green.
The Annapolis High chapter of the National Honor Society is the organiza-
tion in school which keeps up high standards in Scholarship, Leadership, Service,
and Character. The Society is an incentive for all students to maintain good
marks while rendering service to their fellow students and- to the school.
Admission to the Honor Society is an achievement recognized by all but
attained by few. The set standards in scholarship are necessarily high: A or B
in all majors since the first year, one C being allowed, provided it is balanced by
an A, and passing grades in all minor subjects.
Established in 1945, the chapter is young but already a fixture of the school.
To bring its message to the entire student body, it presents an assembly each
year during which it also initiates new members. It awards a scholarship banner
every six weeks to the homeroom with the most honor students.
Much of the success of this year's organization is due to the faculty adviser,
Miss jean Swartz, and to the officers: Mary Rule, President, Grace jefferson,
Secretary, and Nancy Blew, Treasurer.
Let's all remember the slogan of the Honor Society: high standards in
SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, SERVICE, AND CHARACTER - these to
be maintained throughout life.
Bottom Row - N. Bayliff, D. Donelan, J. Ramey, J. Greenberg, B. M. Ayres, A. Brice, N. Bishop,
E. Fiala, S. Gamer, J. Carr, L. Buxton.
Second Row - C. Connell, N. Russell, B. Collison, B. Stearns, S. Hackenberg, B. Myers, S. Fine,
V. Stratton, M. Adams, E. Shepherd, B. Mattie, M. Moon, E. Konigsberg.
Third Row - G. Kiorpes, T. Alexander, G. Beal, I. Greenfield, M. Green, Miss Kibler, D. Hipkins,
M. Waterman, K. Belch, T. Frey.
Yes, we have all read and enjoyed our school
paper, the Tally-Ho. This publication is distrib-
uted bi-monthly among students and gives an up-
to-date view of current school life in the form of
Feature, Sports, Editorial and News writing.
Glancing into the past to approximately the
year 1927, we find there the birth of this familiar
paper. Since there are no actual records of publi-
cations then, we imagine that after a few years the
young Tally'Ho died of neglect.
In the fall of 1937 Miss Katharine Kibler took
over the supervision of the general staff and her
timely efforts have made the present Tally-Ho a
Financial success of the paper is due mostly to
the services of Miss Elizabeth Davis, who also takes
care of the circulation department.
For two years journalism classes have been in session here at A. H. S. to teach the students
the "ins and outs" of real newspaper work. Those who take to literary fields, having enriched
their talent with the necessary knowledge and experience provided by tlfese classes, find them-
selves landing good jobs on the Tally-Ho. An example of this success can be found in the
present general staff of the Tally-Ho. Coming up fast, and preparing to take over next year's
staff, are members of the ninth grade journalism class and of the Tally-Ho Club, which meets
during activity periods.
The antics and mishaps produced when reporters are racking their brains for an opening
But each reporter, striving to collect thirty-five lines for points leading to a letter, in turn
undergoes a memorable experience which he will associate with his high school days. '
Let's all give three cheers for "Ye olde Tally-Ho."
paragraph and are scrambling madly to hit the "deadline," are memories only they can cherish. Q
WAKE GENERAL STAFF
This year Annapolis High has proved that it wants a yearbook and that it
goes all out, if it is necessary, to get one. YVe can truly say that our 1948 WAKE
is produced "of the students, by the students, and for the students." Not only
have sophomores and juniors helped the seniors and the actual book, but the
student body this year really pitched in to get up enough ads, patrons, and sub-
scriptions to keep the cost of the WAKE at the same level, while all other prices
rose. The 1948 WAKE is a product of the combined energies of the entire student
body, and a product of which we can be justly proud.
The WAKE staff this year again has followed the practice of letting members
mf the junior and sophomore classes help with the book in order to prepare them
for more important positions in future years. They have held assistant editor-
ships and have helped greatly on the various staffs. Seniors held the jobs of
Editor-in-Chief and Literary Editor, and headed the various staffs.
A lot of time was spent in the production of this book - time taken to
check. and recheck, write and rewrite, caption and identify, interview and plan -
but all of us feel that it was valuable experience and take pride in work well
done. We owe a lot of our success to our advisers, whose untiring efforts we
appreciate. Miss Klein has been an able Literary Adviserg Mrs. Savage helped
the General Staff, and Mrs. Kinhart guided the Patron, Advertising, and Circula-
tion staffs. We also wish to acknowledge the cooperation of Mr. Augustine,
under whose guidance the catchy sketches in this book were made.
A And so, thanking heartily all the people who have helped us
gf in big and little ways, we give you in this book a condensation
of the things we associate with school life, an album of memories
to be forever cherished.
Bottom Row - P. McCormick, S. Miller. Second Row -- B. Horton, F. Fradd, N. Blew, B.
Winter, R. Horner. Third Row - E. Bausum, H. Belcher, B .Podlich, M. Flood, A.
Laughlin, B. Stuller, M. Pumphrey.
The girls' varsity basketball season, beginning january ninth and ending
March ninth, has been one of almost complete success. The Lady Panthers broke
through the lines of the best teams of this section with flying colors and came out
on top to beat our old enemy Glen Burnie in the contest for the county cham-
pionship. The fighting ladies lost the state championship game with Towson
High by only one point but achieved a great moral victory.
Intricate techniques have been perfected by the careful coaching of. Miss
Wharton. Pat McCormick and Suzie Miller were co-captains of the team. Evelyn
Bausum proved an excellent manager. High scorer for the year was Pat Mc-
Let us hope that the good spirit captured by this year's team is carried
over to next year's team to cheer them on to greater honors.
Also playing a good season this year was the J. V. sqkuad, which performed
during the season of january 15th to February 19th. T ese gals worked hard
under the careful coaching of Miss Coggiano, and were egged on by their cap-
tain, Eleanor Dischert. This team broke even, winning three games and losing
three, and from their tireless efforts we have seen them produce good players such
as Signy Bush, high scorer of the year.
M. Bounelis, 1. Asher, M. Camtler, I. Bausum, C. A. Turner, S. Bush, S. Bush, j. Springfield, C.
Davis. Middle of Crowd-Miss Coggiano, E. Dischert. Not Shown-C. Tolan, 1. Gensler.
Bottom Raw - Storton, Bryant, Deale, Ford, O'Neale, Paulmenn, Howard, Blew, Larrimore.
Second Row - Henneberger, Blackwell, Gelhaus, Cook, Mumford, Collins, Como, Francis, Wood,
Playing a tough schedule of games, our baseball team had good prospects
for a very successful season. Having several regulars from last season's team gave
us experienceg a few sprinters gave us speed, and a large squad gave us versatility.
After an opening loss to Arundel, it was evident that the pitching staff needed
more experience. But the spirit and hustle of Coach Wilson's boys stood a good
chance of overcoming the difficulties and going through a successful season.
The approximate lineup at this writing:
Catcher - H. O'Neale.
First Base - C. Mumford, H. Paulmenn.
Second Base - M. Blew, B. Fisher.
Third Base - B. Bryant.
Shortstop - B. Howard.
Left Field - A. Tuers.
Center Field - E. Larrymore, S. Francis
Right Field - E. Deale, F. Gelhaus.
Pitchers - J. Ford, T. Collins, C. Como C. Mumford.
Bottom Row -'Woolford, Miller, Horton, Collins, O'Neale, Bausum, Rogers, Blew, Young.
Second Row - Peregoy, Laughlin, McCormick, Winter, Belcher, Taylor, Podlich, Miss Wharton.
When this article went to press the Lady Panthers were just starting out in
what we hope will be a stupendous season. Under the leadership of Miss Whar-
ton, as coach, Joyce O'Neale, as captain, and Irma Woolford, as manager, the
gals are sure to beat Glen Burnie to a pulp, to say nothing of the other teams.
When asked for her opinion, Miss Wharton grinned and said, with mischief in
her voice . . . "I think we've really got a team this year!"
The players: Joyce O'Neale, Pat McCormick, Betsy Podlich, Nancy Blew,
Susie Miller, Phyllis Taylor, Ardie Loughlin, Peggy Peregoy, Evie Bausum, Betty
Winter, Nora Collins, Betty Horton, jean Rogers, Helen Belcher, Rosalie Young.
Arundel - home - April 27 Blair - home - May 14
Blair - home - April 30 Glen Burnie - away - May 18
Hyattsville - home - May 4 Arundel - away - May 20
Southern - away - May 7 Southern - home - May 25
Glen Burnie - home - May 11 Hyattsville - away - May 28
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Bottom Row - S. Anderson, R. Vandenburg, D. Nichols, S. Millard, W.
Lusby, B. joesting, T. Kelly, G. Howard, J. Duval.
Second Row - j. Stevens, M. Strange, O. Smith, j. Dammeyer, J. Keating,
P. Weidmann, R. Purdy, M. Waterman.
Top Row - D. Taylor, T. Dorsey, M. Mrlik, C. Frank, H.'Brown, H. Kelly,
J. Miller, Coach Hantske.
Along with football, lacrosse was a newcomer to A. H. S. this year. Like foot-
ball, it was coached by Leo Hantske, who again did a great job of getting the boys
into shape in a minimum of time. The team played a tentative schedule of eight
games. In addition to giving us a glimpse of some future college "Indian game"
stars, the team showed plenty of enthusiasm. The many youngsters on the squad
give us much hope of a championship team in a few years.
The lineup at this writing:
Goali'e.- Vandenburgh, Hodges. Attack - joesting, Belch.
Defense - Hodges, Smith. Attack - Kelly, Lusby.
Defense - Mrlik, Kelly. Midfield - Dorsey, Taylor.
Defense - Miller, Stevens. Midfeld - Dammeyer, Keating.
Attack - Howard, Strange. Midheld - Purdy, Weidmann
Bottom Row - Phipps, Parkinson, Stuller, Ignatius, .Fradd, S. Bush, Gary
Second Row - S. Bush, Fisher, Gearing, Hall, Evans, Arison, Miss Coggiano
Under the guiding hand of Miss Coggiano, A. H. S. is turning out this
spring the first Varsity Volleyball team since the end of World War II. Aiding
the coach are Peedie Buxton, captain, and Ida Bausum, manager. We've got our
fingers crossed for what looks like a victorious team.
The players - Marie Hall, Celia Evans, Signe Bush, Betty Ann Parkinson,
Doris Phillips, Hilyer Gearing, Faustina Fradd, Susan Bush, Betty Stuller,
Ann Fisher, Ellen Ignatious, june Arison, Sylvia Gary.
Arundel - home - April 20
Glen Burnie - away - April 30
Ellicott City - away - May 7
Glen Burnie - home - May ll
Arundel - away - May 18
Bottom Row - Stallings, Paul, Aubrey, Klakring, Hilprecht.
Top Row - Collins, Elliot, Meekins, Stacklin, Coach Rentsthler.
The third of our boys' spring sports was coached by Mr. Rentschler. The
team was handicapped by lack-of both candidates and experience, but several
boys showed promise, and it is to be hoped that successful A. H. S. track teams are
in the not-too-distant future. The boys went to Baltimore to enter the Poly
relays there, and they competed in the Maryland Scholastic track meet at the
University of Maryland. Both track and field events were entered.
At this writing, the following boys made up the team - C. Klakring, W.
Paul, G. Beall, T. Meekins, J. Engberg, P. Elliot, M. Collins, B. Stallings, C.
Hillprecht, R. Stacklin, and G. Aubrey.
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The class of 1948 presented a three-act mys-
tery farce called "One Mad Night." The two
performances of the play were received with
great acclaim by both the student body and the
general public - in short, "One Mad Night"
was enjoyable entertainment.
But more work went into "One Mad Night"
than many people realize. First, the selection
committee met, read and discussed frantically
for weeks before deciding on the mystery farce.
Then the casting committee selected the cast
from a large number of would-be actors. The
following people finally made up the cast of
"One Mad Night": Olga Werntz, Charles Bald-
win, Helen Belcher, Bruce Wayson, john
Hodges, Mary Lou Weber, Sidney Francis,
Nancy Blew, Ted Alexander, Shirley Hacken-
berg, Myer Green, joan Greenberg, Gordon Le-
Compte, and Velma Hall.
Then came the production Rehear-
sals kept the cast busy. Many other committees,
such as tickets, lights, house management, scen-
ery. costume. make-up, curtain. prompting etc..
prepared tor their respective jobs. Much credit
should go to the artists and carpenters who pre-
pared the scenery. The inspiring efforts of Miss
Kibler, the director, were highly appreciated by
the cast. b
The class of 1948 can proudly say that it
presented a successful Senior Play in "One Mad
Don't forget the butter!
Oh! Is my face red!
Scalpel, please . . . forceps . . . pins
Activity galore . . .
Busy while they work
The blackboard comes alive
' . . . I have thee not, and yet I see
thee still . . . "
The Guiding Light
May I have a late slip, Mrs.
My bus was late
The notes for this morning . . .
S kv is
fangway! Stampede of the starving'
Guardians of the pantry
Happy Birthday .'!.'
Two triangles are congruent if . .
Help Wanted: Oh, Mr. F-o-w-b-l-e
Principles of Design
'IIs this a dagger which I see before
Keep your eyes on that copy
Uh, oh - we're in the red again!
Buena Suerte, Seniors!
Exmpfi Qzom cS'fmf Jvzgiif
Babee Doll . . . Mummy !
I have this dance? Ernfcee
Checkmate .' .' .' A Flying fingem
Swing your partner
Preparation for the darkroom
Democracy - its trials and
One down - 119 to go
A2 + B2 : C2
Take your time ! .' .'
Watch your head .'
Locker number, please
Mrs. Walter Aamold
Mrs. Anthony Abato
Anna Agapitos '47
Mr. Elmer Aisquith
H. T. Albrecht jr.
Carroll D. Alden
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Alexander
Gerard J. Alexander
Mrs. Philip R. Alger
Miss Anna Alvanos
Fa e Anderson '46
john W. Anderson '47
Mrs. Samuel Anderson
Miss Bessie Andrews
Miss Ruth Argue
Charlie Armiger '47
Mr. and Mrs. L. Earl Armiger
Mr. Bt Mrs. Howard E. Armiger
Howard E. Armiger Jr.
Miss Jane Armiger '48
Miss Madeline Armiger
Miss Margaret Armiger '43
Mrs. Claude Arth
Mrs. W. P. Ashby
Mrs. C. D. Ashey
Mr. R. F. Atwell
Mrs. T. Atwell
Lt. Col. George A. Aubrey
Mr. Bc Mrs. N. E. Aubrey Sr.
Mrs. Hugh Auld Jr.
Mr. Foster Augustine
Mrs. B. Auerill
Mrs. Norman Avery
Mr. and Mrs. George Backman
Mrs. M. N. Baker
Miss Marjorie Baker
R. L. Baker
Mrs. Edward Bangert
Mrs .C. B. Board
Oscar E. Booth Jr.
Mrs. John Botzler
Mrs. jean Bouttier
Mrs. Alice Bowen
Mrs. Helen M. Bower
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. K. Barber
Mr. James Barner
Mrs. L. J. Barry
J. Leslie Basil dt Family
Mr. Owen Basil
Mr. dt Mrs. Robert Basil
Robert Basil jr.
Thomas G. Basil
Mr. Wilmer Basil
R. L. Bassford
Mr. 8: Mrs. Benjamin F. Bausum
Mr. Fred W. Bausum
Mrs. Robert Beall
Mrs. Arthur Beauliew
Mrs. Ellis L. Beavin
Helen Belcher '48
Mrs. Eugene P. Belcher
Mrs. Emma Bell
Mr. William H. Bell
Professor George Beneze
Mr. Bt Mrs. G. Charles Beneze
Mrs. Etta S. Benning
Miss Peggy Benning
W. L. Bennett
Mr. James E. Blyrs
Mr. dz Mrs. Billings
T. A. Bixler
Mrs. Alfred K. Blades
Alfred K. Blades
Mr. james Bland
Capt. 6: Mrs. C. L. Blew
Nancy Blew '48
Benjamin C. Bloom
Mr. Bl Mrs. james A. Brady
Mrs. John J. Branson
Mr. Clarence E. Brant
Mr. dt Mrs. H. Branzell
Mrs. Thomas Branzell
Mr. 6: Mrs. Robert L. Brashars
Mrs. Benjamin Brashears
Mrs. C. Carroll Brice jr.
Betty Jane Bright
Mrs. Harrison S. Brink
Mrs. Charles W. Brooks
Mrs. R. Brooks
Raymond O. Brown '38
Mr. dc Mrs. Samuel F. Brown
Mr. William Brown
John E. Bryan
Mrs. Addie Beall Bryant
Mr. 6: Mrs. John E. Bull
Mrs. Margaret Bull
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. A. Bull
Maude G. Burch
Mrs. Lillian Burns
Mrs. William Burris
Mrs. Robert Burwell
Robert R. Busch
Henry Buser jr.
Mrs. Sarah Buser
Mr. dt Mrs. Harold L. Butler
Shirley Butler '48
Mrs. E. T. Buxton
Mr. dt Mrs. Charles E. Cadell
Mr. Gilbert Cadell
Miss Marguerite Cadell '48
Mr. Bl Mrs. William T. Cadell
Claire L. Caldwell '46
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1. Cammsrata
Mr. H Mrs. L. Cantler
Mrs. Fred W. Carlson
Anne Carr '46
Ben W. Carr F. U. M. A.
jane W. Carr
Mr. 6: Mrs. L. Warrirxgton Carr
Mr. Norman E. Carr
Mr. Samuel J. Carr Jr.
Mr. 5: Mrs. Virgil H. Carr
Mrs. A. O. Carter
H. F. Carter
Mrs. Alene Cartier
Audrey M. Casey
Mr. William F. Casey
Mrs. Melvin Catterton
Russell E. Chambers
Mrs. 1. A. Champion
Mary Ann Chance
Mrs. Gregory Characklis
Chemistry I A
Mr. 8: Mrs. Julian N. Childs
Mr. dt Mrs. Oliver Clark
Mary Kathryn Clemens
Rita Betty Clemens
Mr. 6: Mrs. Lee F. Clemens
Robert A. Clemens '48
William A. Clemens
Mr. 6: Mrs. Eugene W. Cloud
Mrs. Robert S. Cloud
Miss Alice Coale
Miss L. V. Coggiano
Mr. 81 Mrs. E. T. Collins
Mr. 8: Mrs. James L. Collison
Karl L. Collison
Mr. W. Collison
Mrs. N. B. Collinson Sr.
Lt. 81 Mrs. N. B. Collinson Jr.
Mrs. R. Como
Mrs. Betty B. Cook
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. B. Cook
Miss Margaret E. Cook
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Stanley Cooley
Rev. G. Albert Cooper
Mr. H Mrs. J. David Cordell Jr.
Nanq Cosden '48
Mrs. Thomas Cosden
Misa Katherine Cox
Mary M. Cragg
Mrs. Alben Cranford
Mr. H Mrs. L. E. Critzer
Mrs. Edward Cummings
Mrs. Mary Cunningham
Mrs. Mildred Cunningham
Mr. George Curlock
Daily of "45"
Daisy Jr. of "sa"
Mr. F. C. Dammeyer
Mr. Henry J. Dammeyer
Miriyn Dauer '47
Mrs. George Davidson
Mr. H Mrs. W. F. Davidson
Mr. Richard E. Davidson
Jimmy Davies '36
Miss Elizabeth Davis
Raymond C. Davis
Capt. R. P. Davis
Sally Davis '47
Miss Helen Dawson
joseph B. Dawson
Mrs. M. R. Dawson
Berry Lou Day
Doris Y. Deale '46
Mrs. Emerson Deale
De Conway Pharmacy
Mrs. M. Deininger
Mrs. john J. De Mayo
William De Moss
Mr. Fred S. Dennis
Mrs. William H. Diefel
Mr. B. G. Dienelt' Jr.
Mr. at Mrs. E. O. Dill
Mrs. Ethel Disney
Mary H. Doepkins '47
Mr. Frank A. Donelan
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Drew
Mr. H Mrs. Albert Droll
Mr. H Mrs. K. H. Duckett
Mr. Mrs. S. W. Duckett
Mr. Gt Mrs. Robert F. Dudrow
Lurry B. Dull '43
Mr. lt Mrs. William Duncan
Chester L. Durm
Doris Durm '48
Mr. Howard C. Durm Jr.
Mrs. Minnie Owings Dytche
PATRONS - Continued
Mrs. S. L. Earle
Mrs. julian R. Easterday
Edwards Chapel Youth Fellowship
Miss Anna Marlene Eisenstein
Mr. Gt Mrs. Samuel Eisenstein
Robin Ellershaw '47
Mrs. Edward F. Elliot
Mrs. Robert Elliot
Mr. 8 Mrs. Raymond Ely
Mrs. A. L. Emory
W. T. Emory
Mrs. M. Engberg
Mr. Francis E. Engle
English IV A
Mrs. G. A. Erickson
Mrs. E. H. Ericson
Dr. D. P. Eubank
Mrs. A. L. Evans
Celia Evans '48
Charles S. Evans
Mrs. Frank Barton Evan
Mrs. Pearl Evans
Mr. lr Mrs. Pete Evans
Miss Emily Ewing
Mrs. S. W. Fader
Mr. Bi Mrs. B. A. Fair
Mrs. Virginia Lee Farish
Miss Patrick Farrell
Arthur H. Faust
Mrs. P. W. Feeser
Miss Julia Levin Feldman
Mrs. Nyce Feldmeyer
Mrs. Guy Ferguson
Comd. dt Mrs. R. P. Fiala
Robert J. Figgs
Mr. Gi Mrs. Melvin J. Fink
Marjorie Finkle '46
Mrs. E. Fischel
Mrs. B. J. Fishpaw
Mrs. Robert Ford
Mr. Steve Foundas
Mrs. Boyd J. Foust
Mr. Albert W. Fowble
Miss Evelyn Fowler
Mary Louise Flood '48
Mr. 61 Mrs. W. F. Flood Sr.
Mrs. Ernest Florestano
Capt. J. E. Fradd
Mr. Gt Mrs. Joseph Frank
Mr. dt Mrs. W. 1. Frankhauser
janet Frantum '49
Mrs. J. H. Frantum
Mrs. Myrtle Frantum
Regina V. Frantom '47
Mr. dt Mrs. H. Fredenburg
Mr. A. R. Frey
Mr. Peter Fuedale
Gables Tourist Home
Mrs. John Galloway
Mr. james W. Gardner
Mrs. William F. Gardner
Mrs. Benjamin 'F. Garner
Doris Belle Garner '36
Mrs. Hal R. Garner
Mr. Charles E. Gates
Mr. dr Mrs. C. S. Gaw
Mrs. Antionette D. Gelhaus
Mr. Frederick L. J. Gelhaus
Mr. Frederick L. J. Gelhaus jr.
Mr. Leon George
General Business Class
General Math 9A
Mr. dt Mrs. F. R. Geraci
Capt. Bt Mrs. Gilmod
Mr. R. Gilroy
Mrs. C. D. Gladden
Mr. Bt Mrs. Heath Goldsborough
Martha Goldsborough '51
Mr. Bt Mrs. George Gould
Mrs. A. A. Gran
Mr. BL Mrs. Frank Green
Joan Greenberg '48
Mr. Bt Mrs. Greenberg
The Max Greenfield Family
Mrs. Simon Greenfield
Mr. dr Mrs. L. Grimm
Mr. dt Mrs. J. R. Gruver
Mr. dz Mrs. C. H. Haas
Mr. Melvin Hagood
Miss Ruby Hagood
Mrs. W. K. Hagood
Capt. john Haines
Mrs. B. P. Hall
Mrs. C. A. Hall
Mr. Gt Mrs. D. W. Hall
E. William Hall
Mrs. G. A. Hall
Henry V. A. Hall
Dr. H. V. Hall
Miss Lucille Hall
Miss Marie Hall
Mrs. Percy Hall
Nettie Hallock '46
Mr. lt Mrs. Russell Hallock
Mrs. N. C. Hamer
Miss Dorothy Hamilton
Capt. Gr Mrs. Thomas J. Hamilton
Mr. dr Mrs. H. L. Hannon
Mr. R. T. Hannon
Mr. 5: Mrs. E. S. Harder
Mrs. Roland Hardesty
Mr. UL Mrs. W. L. Hare
Capt. Bt Mrs. W. F. Hargrave
Mrs. Ida Owings Harpe
Chas. D. Harrison
W. F. Harrison
William P. Harrison
Mr. Robert W. Hawkins
O. G. Hayes
Mrs. A. R. Hefler
Mr. H. L. Heidler
Mrs. Paul Heineman
Mrs. Edward Hendricks
Mrs. Leon Hepler
Herberts' Mens Shop
Mrs. G. R. Herring
Mrs. John Hicks
Mr. John P. Highland
Mrs. Dorsey Hill
Mr. Bt Mrs. H. E. Hinesley
Rev. Et Mrs. G. Warfield
PATRONS - Continued
E. M. Jackson
Mrs. George Jacobsen
W. C. Jamar Company
Mrs. W. C. Jamar
Mrs. W. F. James
GL Mrs. William Jarrell
Bt Mrs. Frank K. Joesting
dt Mrs. E. B. Johnson
Roy B. Johnson, Jr.
G. H. Jones
Lewis N. Jones
51 Mrs. Robert L. Jones
Bt Mrs. R. I. Jones
Mr. Robert F. Kunkle
Mr. A. Kumow
Mr. dt Mrs. William Labrot
Royce W. Lamb
Mr. Gt Mrs. W. A. Lamb
John A. Lamon, Jr.
Mrs. R. B. Landers
Miss Marg Lane
Martin J. Lawlaws
Edward D. Lawles
J. F. Layng
Mrs. Gus Leanos
Helen Leanos, '48
Pauline J. Leanos
Mr. 6: Mrs. Frank Leatherbury
Charles Leatherbury, '48
Mr. Br Mrs. Taylor Leatherbury
Mrs. C. Addison Hodges
Elizabeth Hodges '47
John Hodges '48
Mr. dt Mrs. Chas. Hoffman
Mrs. French Hollidayoke
Home Arts III-3rd Period
Mrs. Alfred A. Hopkins
Mr. Gt Mrs. J. L. Hopkins
Mary Elizabeth Hopkins '45
Mrs. Weller Hopkins
Mr. Gt Mrs. B. L. Hopping Jr.
Mr. dt Mrs. B. L. Hopping
Mr. ll Mrs. C. F. Horton
Doris M. Horton
Miss Janith Horsey
Mr. Bt Mrs. Albert E. Housley
Louise Housely '46
Mrs. F. N. Howard
Mr. dt Mrs. J. Howard
Mrs. Spencer Jones
Winnie E. Jones
Mrs. Joseph Joy
Mrs. Roberta Joy
Mrs. Verona Joy
Dr. dt Mrs. J. C. Joyce
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. R. Joyce
Mrs. Edith M. Kalmey
Mr. Edward Kane
Mr. Stanley Keith
Mr. 81 Mrs. Harvey E. Kelly
Miss Margaruite Kelly
Comdr. 5: Mrs. R. B. Kelly
Mrs. W. Thomas Kemp
Miss Eleanor Kepharr
Mrs. E. O. Kin
Mrs. Lillian B. King
Miss Mary King, '48
Mr. dt Mrs. L. L. LeCompte
Ethel M. Lee
Mrs. Julia A. Lee
A. G. Leedy
Mr. 81 Mrs. Morris Legum
Mr. BL Mrs. F. Leitch
Mrs. Susie Leitch
Mr. F. LeMay
Mr. Br Mrs. Eddie Leonard
Eugene Lerner, '48
Howard Lerner, '41
Bt Mrs, Sam Lerner
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Levin
Mr. dt Mrs. Louis Levin
Mrs. Billie Jean Levely, '39
Mrs. Rebecca Levy
Mrs. Howard Leveis
Charles L. Logan
William F. Logan
F. Lockey, Jr.
Mrs. Morris King
Robert E. King
Webster F. King, Jr.
Mr. Bt Mrs. William King
Dr. Bc Mrs. Howard Kinhart
Marjorie Klakring, '45
Mr. A. Kleis
J. H. Howard
Wm. W. Howe
Mrs. A. P. Howie
Mrs. J. D. Hudgins
Mr. it Mrs. A. V. Huffer
Mr. dt Mrs. C. T. Huffnagel
Mr. W. R. Huges
Mrs. Blanche Hume.
Miss R. L. Humiston
Mr. John E. Humphrey
Louis Hyatt, '46
Fannie B. Knode
Rev. H. W. Koch, Jr.
Miss Anne Kolb
Mr. Clarence Kolb
Capt. 81 Mrs. A. Konigsberg
8: Mrs. Kramer dc Family
Mrs. A. Krapf
Mrs. L. W. Krapish
Ma P Kries
Capt. 8: Mrs. W. R. Ignatius
Mr. L. Issaes
. ry .
Mr. Joseph Kudhar
Mrs. Mazie Lorens
Mr. Augustus B. Lowman
Mrs. Carl J. Lowman
Mr. Francis W. Lowman
Mrs. Charles Libotte
Thomas J. Linthicum
"Little Patty Pig"
Mr. Bt Mrs. George Lucke
Mrs. George R. Lucketr
Mary Ann Luongo
Mrs. W. L. Luttrell
Mr. Bob Maddocks
Mr. L. H. Mang
Mrs. John Manspeaker
Mr. It Mrs. Claude J. Marston
Mrs. Chas. C. Mason
Mrs. Edward Mason
Admiral 8: Mrs. D. L. Mattie
Mrs. L. G. May
Mrs. R. McClenahan
Miss Jean McCormick, '47
Pat ' '48
Mr. 8 Mn. Henry B. McDonald
Shirley McDonald, '45
Mr ill McG u '
. B la ghlm
Peggy MtGuckiass. '42
Mrs. William McMamara
Mr. I Mrs. G. Willis McNew
Mr. I Mrs. Lee A. McNew
Mrs. Wilbur H. McNew
Mn. R. L. McPherson. Sr.
Mr. Martin Meade
Mr. Raymond Meade
Mn. Harry M. Meiser
Capt. J. L. Melgaard
Jim Merger, '45
Eve Renee Meyer
George G. Meyer, '48
Dr. tIilurs.MlLana Meyer
Mary er, '46
Mn. Selma H. Meyer
Mr. H Mn. Benjamin Michaelson
Elmer N. Middeeon
Mr. H Mn. Harry W. S. Miller
Capt. t Mn. J. W. Miller
Mr. U Mn. Philip Miller
Suannr Miller, '48
Pt. H M'n.Mlm.F. Milliken
Mrs. John Mitchell
Mrs. Thomas J. Mitcbdl
Misa Nanq Molter
Mr. 8 Mrs. N. J. Molter
Mrs. 0. J. Molter
Mr. 8 Mn. C. O. Moreland
Gordon G. Moreland
Mn. R C. Morgan
Mrs. Stella Morris
T. J. Mortimer, '29
C. H. Mosley
Mr. t Mn. Miehad
Mike Mrlik, '48
Mn. G. W. Much
Mn. Mary Lou Mullen
Charles Mumford '48
Mr. I Mn. E. R. Mumford
Frank A. Monroe, III
Mn t Mrs. Frank A. Monrge
Mary Monroe, '46
Mrs. J. Walter Musterman
Mrs. Harvey Mygrs
Mrs. Lewis Myers
Nancy "Coz" Myers, '46
Mr. t Mrs. Stanley Myers
Comdr. H Mrs. David Nash
Mn. Joseph Navasel
PATRONS - Continued
John W. Neff, '47
Dr. dl Mrs. Luther Neff
Mr. Paul H. Neff
Mrs. Pete Neimiller
Mr. lt Mrs. John Newell
Mr. George Nichols
Mrs. Gear ' Nickols
Rob Nickosa I
Mr. dt Mrs.,John Nicol
Dorothy L. Noble
Mr. Gordon G. Noble
Mr. lt Mrs. E. A. Puschert
Bernard F. Rsdigan, USN
Helen B. Rawlings, '44
Mrs. Robert Redmond
Mrs. Clifford Reeder
Alvin H. Rehn, Jr., '44
Dick Reichel, '47
Bruce J. Rentschler
Mrs. Agnes Owings Reynolds, '27
Jennie G. Noble
R. N. Norgaard
George W. Norris
Anna S. Reynolds
C. F. Reynolds
Mrs. Harold U. Nutt
Mr. C. O.
Mr. lt Mrs. O'Donovan
Mr. lt Mrs. Daniel C. Olson
Mr. Otto A. Ortland
Mn. Marie E. Orme
Mrs. Charles A. Owens
R. Brooke Owings, '24
Mr. J. E. Painter
John L. Pancoasr
Mrs. J. Frederic Panetti
Mr. 8 Mrs. Steve Panos
Mr. I Mn. George Pappas
Miss Helen G. Pappas
Andrew Bryan Parker
A. G. Parker
M. M. Parka
l'Vliss Beulah garlic!
. Compton ea
05 M. Pennington
Mrs. Anna Peregoy
M . C. A. P
Peggy Peregoy, '48
Lets S. Pen-et
Capt. P. K. Perkins
Mr. Bt Mrs. Orlando Ridout, III
Mr. Orlando Ridout, IV
Mr. Gt Mrs. F. E. Rippert
Mr. Bt Mrs. C. L. Robbins
Mrs. George Robbins
Mr. dt Mrs. W. E. Robbins
M. Audrey Robinson
Lt. Comdr. David B. Rodman
Mr. Edward Rodowsky
Mrs. John Rogers
Mr. 61 Mrs. John B. Rogers
Mrs. Marion L. Rogers
Mr. Edwin Rolker
Mrs. J. E. Rollhss
Mr. It Mm Benjamin Rophsm
Mrs Christian Rossee
Mn. H Rosenbloom
Mrs. Maile Rosenfeld
Miss Jean Rossiter, '45
Melville Roth, '47 -'
P. S. Rudisell
P. W. Rudisell
Frank J. Peters
Mr. Robert F. P ick
lt Mrs. William F. Podlick
John Beverly Pollard
S. T. Phaneuf
Physical Education lst Period
Physical Education Sth Period
F. Ted Physioc
Betty Piehler, '44
D. W. Priest
M. Alexander Proskey
Mr. BL Mrs. Marion Pruitt
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Pulsifer
Mrs. Dudley W. Purdy
Mrs? H. C. Rule, Sr.
Dr. dt Mrs. Oneal F. Russell
Tommy Russell, '47
Mr. dt Mrs. A. T. Rusteberg
Mrs. Virginia Salmon
Mr. dt Mrs. M. Alcade Sarles
Mr. Samuel S. Saslaw
Mr. it Mrs. E. J. Satterthwaite
Mr. dt Mrs. William E. Ssumenig
Mr. 81 Mrs. James M. Saunders
Miss Naomi Saunders
Mrs. Georgetta Schaeffer
Mr. George Schaelfer
Lt. H Mrs. C. F. Scharfenstein
Mrs. William Schenck
Mr. Sam Schifanelli, '39
Ens. T. M. Schifanelli KUSNJ '41
Mr. Jack Schley
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. B. Schlossman
Mr. lt Mrs. Gordon Scible
Senior Science 2nd Period
Comdr. 8: Mrs. J. W. Seager
Mrs. Earl Sears
Mrs. G. C. Seay
Mrs. W. A. Seger
Severna Park Bus
Mrs. W. Sewell
Mr. Roger J. Shaw
Mrs. LeRoy J. Sheats
Mrs. George Shepherd
Mr. lt Mrs. 1. Shepherd
Helen Sherbert '48
Mr. BL Mrs. William Sherbert
Mr. S. T. Shores
Sigma Theta Phi
Mr. 6: Mrs. C. C. Simmons
Ira C. Simmons
Waynord L. Simmons
K. William Sinninger
Mr. lt Mrs. H. F. Sipe
Mrs. Evelyn Sites
Mrs Frank Skubal
Mrs. Anna Slama
Mrs. Anthony Slams
Mr. Richard Slama
Mr. J. Smearman
Mr. Albert G. Smitb
Douglas D. Smith
John Henry Smith
Mrs. John Smith
Mrs. Leon W. Smith
Mrs. Lillie M. Smith
Mr. Louis G. Smith
Miss Martha S.-Smith
Mary D. Smith
Mr. Oden F. Smith
Mrs. Oden F. Smith
Charles Rabison Smith Jr. '43
Mrs. Rudolph Smith
Mr. lt Mrs. Walter B. Smith Jr.
Smith's Dry Cleaners
Marlene Susan Snyder '59
Mr. dt Mrs. Samuel Snyder
Mrs. Harry Sorgnet
South Rivet Inn
V. A. Sparks
W. A. Sparks
Comdr. dt Mrs. W. O. Sp
Mrs. E. Stallings
Mr. Sherman Stallings
Mr. dz Mrs. W. R. Stehle
Miss Marie Stein R.N.
Mrs. Louis A. Stevens
Mrs. I. L. Stinchcomb
Mr. John D. Stinchcomb
Mr. B. F. Stockett
Rebecca Steiner Stokes '43
PATRONS - Continued
Lt. Comdr. W. H. Storck
Mr. OL Mrs. C. F. Strange
Mrs. Nora Strange
Mrs. Ellen M. Stratton
Mr. L. Strauss
Mr. Et Mrs. William F. Stromeyer
Mrs. James A. Suit
Mt. L. B. Suit
E. B. Sunderland
Edward F. Sutphin
Mr. R. J. Swallow
Mrs. Helen Sweeney
Mr. 61 Mrs. Swonter
Mrs. Allen Talbot
Mr. Joe Tarleton
Mrs. James E. Tate
Mr. dt Mrs. Charles C. Taylor Jr.
Elizabeth D. Taylor '28
Mrs. Flora J. Taylor
Gussie E. Taylor
Ralph S. Taylor
Mr. lt Mrs. A. F. Tayman
L. Louise Tayman
Mrs. F. H. Thomas Jr.
Miss Jaunita Topping '47
Mr. it Mrs. Charles Torrance
Mrs. R. B. Towshend
Mrs. Nettie Travers
Kenneth H. Tschantre
Doris May Tucker '40
Mrs. Emma V. Tucker
Mrs. George F. Tucker
Mr. Clarence Tyler
Elizabeth L. Van Denburgh
Mr. O. A. Van Denburgh
Mrs. William Vanous
Mr. C. J. Vickers
Virginia Vickers '45
Dr. F. T. Wais
Capt. Bt Mrs. E. K. Walker
Mr. Scott Walker
Mrs. Elizabeth Walsh
Mrs. F. B. Walsh
Mr. BL Mrs. J. Roger Walsh
Mrs. Irene Ward
Miss Corrie Warfield
Mr .Glenn F. H. Warner
Mrs. Hawley C. Waterman
James H. Watts '48
Mr. dt Mrs. J. H. Wayson
Mrs. Walter Weaver
Edwin E. Weber
Mrs. Eliz. A. Weber
Mr. M. Weidman
Mrs. Olive Weidman
Mrs. James O. Welch
Mr. dt Mrs. McLean S. Welch
Mr. it Mrs. C. G. Werntz
Mrs. Wm. C. Werntz
West Street Esso Station
Capt. C. L. Westhofen
Miss Margaret Wharton
Mr. BL Mrs. Earl A. Wheeler
Mrs. Arthur White
Mrs. Evelyn White
Mr. G. Wells White
Mrs. Helen White
Helen W. Whitmore
Mrs. Aubrey Whitten
Mr. dt Mrs. C. L. Wickman
W. Emerson Wiley '30
Don Willet '46
Mr. Er Mrs. Floyd Williams
Mrs. George Williams
Mrs. John Williams
Mr. John Williams Jr.
Mr. Bt Mrs. R. N. Williams
Mrs. R. C. Williams
Mr. William A. Williams
G. S. Wilson
Mr. Bt Mrs. L. T. Wilson
Mr. Gt Mrs. James L. Windsor
Jimmy Windsor '53
Mr. dt Mrs. I. W. Windsor
Mrs. M. Windsor
Caroll Winter '47
Mrs. Zella Winter
Paul R. Wirth '47
Mrs. Joseph Wiseman -
Mrs. Lawrence G. Wiseman
Dale Witt '48
Mrs. Leo Witt
Marie A. Witt
Charles D. Wood
Mrs. Robert D. Wood
Rev. Bt Mrs. W. C. Wood
Irma Woolford '48
Mr. Milbourne Woolford
Mrs. M. A. Wooster
Joseph J. Wopraroski
Mrs. W. H. Worthington
Miss Marion Yancey
Mr. 81 Mrs. Jerome Zavadil
Mrs. W. E. Zimmerman
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NORMAN R. BELL and COMPANY
BRICK WORK CONTRACTORS
616 Third Street
Telephones, 4888 and 4262
"Richer Milk in the Cream Top Bottle"
THE ANNAPOLIS DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
Pure Pasteurizca' Milk and Cream
126 WEST ST. Dial 2345 ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Congratulations Class of 1948
We welcome this opportunity to wish you
well and to invite you to visit
"THE HOME OIF FAMOUS NAMES"
ANNAPOLIS UTILITIES, INC.
so wzsr sneer ANNArous, Mo
We hope to have you
M U S I C L O V E R S
Visit us thru years to come
Sheet Music - Pianos - Musical Instruments
0.C.KEENEY and SONS
161-163 WEST STREET Phone 4852 ANNAPOLIS, MD.
NAIIZTQXPQECNK TILGHMAN GUMPANY
o ' d ' 1805
rgoungfii, Q28 'REGISTERED JQEWELERS
- of .- American Gem Society
1865 Annapolis, Maryland
Continuous Service For 142 Years
Johnniefs "Parker 51 's"
ESSO SERVICE STATION JENKINS' INC.
Lafayette Ave. 81 West St. 135-137 Main Sh-get
AHMPOIISI MUYYIUUJ Annapolis Maryland
BROS. Free Delivery Dial 2440
6 N. Taylor Ave. New BRIDGEWAY
t Pumbing MARKET
A feglfng CHOICE MEATS
I urners A
,gf Hot Water Heaters Fancy Groceries - Frozen Foods
'I' Fuel Ol' 700 Bay Ridge Ave.
Prompt, Iaezflgizlale Service Easfpon, Mqryhnd
Compgglents Good Luck
SOUTHERN DAIRIES, Inc. CIW of 48
Sealtest I' I P M A N S
and 172-174 MAIN STREET
smossvs FRozEN Fooos Anrwpolis Maryland
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Best Wishes To
Of THE cuss or 1948
JONES' 'NCORPORATED RELIABLE coN'rRAcTlNG
Sales and Ser ' co" INC'
wesf Sf-reef Extended ANNAPOLIS - Ml'L'L'E'RSVlLLE
Phones 4181 and 9201 MARYI-AND
Com Iiments Ileleplhone 2292
pof We Call For and Deliver
THE OPEN noon TEA MNBOW CLEANERS
DRY CLEANING - PRESSING
REPAl'RlNG - STORAGE
100 College Avenue
A'WP0"S M0'V'f"'d 1so1 WEST s'r. 201 MAIN sT.
Best Wishes To Compliments
The Class of 1948
.Ioesting Motors Inc.
International Trucks A FRIEND
THE CLASS OF 1948
"Maryland's Capitol Station"
1190 ON YOUR DIAL
CENTER , n
834 any Ridge Ave. C0'P0"'f'0"
Eastport Maryland Studios: Church Circle li School St.
v - - - v ..v- Jffifiuiifiifififi-A 5355?
Tho Hodges fi
REAL ESTATE French Oldsmobile EI
INSURANCE 225 Hanover Street :E
ANNAPOLIS MARYLAND 1'
Rentals Appraisals ji
BEASLEY S Parties I1
DELIVERY SERVICE .1
Carvel Hall's facilities and service ji
Modern Movers make-parties successful. lf you're E1
LIGHT and HEAVY HAULING plqnning a party, a din-ner, or a :I
Prompt, Careful and Courteous dance - for yourself or your club ij
Deliveries -Call us and let us do the worrying :E
203 Monroe Street CARVEI- HAI-L Q'
West Annapolis Maryland I E
Phone: Annapolis 6250 A SHERATON HOT I' 1:
Peerless Uniform 8ICIothing WEEM5 SYSTEM 0F NAVIGATIUN fl
C 227 Prince George Street Annapolis, Md. 1:
E ""P"'Y AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL 1,
Mum and condmt sh' Courses in Marine and Air Navigation ll
JUE GREENFIEI-D, MOMQBI' C and G.S. and H.0. Charts and Publications :P
Class of '32 Watches - Navigation Instruments - Textbooks
-I I TRY Compliments of :I
Art Press 1,
If Y ' I
PRINTING Sho STATIONERY A""'P"'s Howe' Shop if
160 South St. By Courthouse ,TRADE WITH TRADERH I
Telephone 3474 Colonial Jewelry Co. II
The Powder Puff 'I
LA D A E UE '
BEAUTY SHOP 47 MARY N V N :E
39 Maryland Ave. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis Maryland if
Compliments of Your hair is the most important thing you wear.
I When it is not becoming to you, you should :I
TUllbn1al1 S be coming to us 'I
149 MAIN srnsrr B e t h ' s
Guy H. Rapson, Mgr. State Circle Dial 5116 I
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Nat Gates Jr. 8: Son
Marine Engines - lnboard - Outboard
Complete Recording Studio - Radios - Records Soles and Service
Albright's Sound Service COLUMBIAN
5,u,,d Mom, pi,,,,,,e, iR,,,,,d Propellor and Bronze Distributors
Sound Truck For Hire
78 Maryland Ave. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis 2492
Phone 478l Night 4423
B e r m a n ' s
"SHOP OF QUALITY"
Public Loan Office
186 Mdill Street Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Clothing, Leather
Everything to wear for the Girl Grad Goods' En" Bough' and sold .
EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE S. Lerner, PNP- 194 MGH' 5'-
Compliments of Compliments
Beach Store of
Mayo Maryland CGPHOI FIOl'iSl'S
Compliments Annapolis Buick Company
of 240 WEST STREET
John M. Taylor 81 Son Phone 2341
Annapolis Storage Company
Compliments of COmPlgme"1fS
G. T. Sherwood 81 Co. , 0
WHOLESALE CONLFECTIONERS Severn FIMHCG COMPGHY
257-9-'l'I Evergreen Ave. 21 WEST STREET
5,l,,,,,,,., 14 Annapolis Maryland
of G o r d o n ' s
"THE STORE FOR CHILDREN"
Vegetables - Fruits
"The Best Grown"
FARM PRODUCE FRESH DAILY
EGGS -- FRESH FROZEN FOODS
Roland A. Brown
A Cafeteria Friend
At the City Mkt. Annapolis, Md.
H Gifts A Il
ouuworu BALDWIN PIANOS ,P 'na' ANNAPOLIS
The Home Appliance Co. Ygllqw Cqb
Makers of Happy Homes i
51 West sf. Telephone use Dm' 5959
Best Wishes Town Candy
Annapolis Laundry and and
Cleaners Tobacco Shop
Phone 9200 loz West si. Phone zsso
, Phone 9222 SNYDER BROTHERS
COl'T1plIm6l'I'I'S Hardware, Paints and Plumbing Supplies
of Economy Auto Supply Co.
Cqpifql shge S1-gre Direct Factory Distributors for
3 W , B. F. Goodrich Co., Tires li 'Rubber Products
5 "I sl- A"""P""' Md' 25-27 west srnssr Am-epene, Ma.
S h C C k I 5 Compliments
Dresses - Coats - Millinery of
37 West St. ' Annapolis, Md. A. B. credit
Sole Agent for Mojud Dependable Hosiery
Compliments Z i f f I S
Polan's 5c - 51.00 Store
39 WEST STREET
WOMEN'S and JUNIOR APPAREL
Carlson's Home Bakery
GENUINE POTATO DO-NUTS
Assorted Sheet Cakes - Decorated
Birthday Cakes - Carnival Rolls
J. R. McCrone, Jr.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Phone 2454 'I02'I-24 West St.
Capital Auto Sales Compliments
"The House Built on The Square" of
D SOTO - 'PLYMOUTH
e , J. B. Moore
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Mary Louise Beauty Salon if
PRINTING 8: STATIONERY CO. 252-254 WEST STREET 3:
286 West Street Annapolis 6660 A"m0P0llS M0fYl0nd fl
Marberl. Motors, Inc' Somebody's Birthday is Coming! ll
Be Thoughtful! ,
P O N T I A C York Pastry Shop Il
SALES and SERVICE
261 west sneer Phone 2335 210 We" 5" """"e 6978 gf
Globe Furniture Company Compliments QI
238 west STREET O I
QUALITY FURNITURE 5l'00kS Bl'0fhel'S I
Phone2733 Launderette '
Compliments Howard's Valet tl
of Dry Cleaning - Shoe Repairing If
26 MARKET SPACE If
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The A I"II-Y phone 9198 1,
. - Compliments I
Emlay Cut Rate of 'I
'roaiemes - Cosmetics - Patents McCready and Company
136 MAIN STREET Annapolis, Md. IIMI4 MAIN STREET TI
Annapolis - Maryland 1:
C0mp"me"lS Underselling Store 4'
of "Our Easy Payment Plan Is At Your Service" :
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G- C- MUVPIIY c9mPanY GENTS,mIIfDIES u.IlaeI:sHIl,.I:IzeN I,
199 MAIN ST. A,,,,,P,l5,, Md. 20 Market Space Annapolis, Md. II
Conqplirnenfs of 4
of Firestone Home 8. Auto ',
Family Shoe Store
M. J. SCHIENKER, Manager
118-120 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
272-274 WEST STREET I
w. F. FLOOD AND soN, INC. I
Phone 4323 Thomas Clark 8. Sons, owners Compliments l'
Western Auto Associate f It
Store 0 h
"E rytll' for ll A bil " ' '
llADIOg.- s'ii:n'rs'a'l:oI'i2""l PAINTS Smal' 5 Ph-'mer 1:
140 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
110 MAIN STREET
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COmplIl'T1eflI'S Washington, D. C. Annapolis, Md.
f John J. McKenna
O Realtor and Business Broker
, I Chandler Building
.hm 5 Comer 1424 Eye sr., N.w. 14 Bancroft Av..
Washington, D. C. Bay Ridge, Md.
Jess Rad'io and Electric Compliments
FRANCIS STREET AT MAIN
The Delica - Dine
174 WEST STREET
Eyes Examined Dapilly 3g5A. M. to 4 P. M. Telephone 2684
. Joseph D. Lazenby
The collrgglzlgkifitelry co' Real Estate and Insurance
Jewelers - Watches - Diamonds - Opticians 215 MAIN STREET
13a MAIN STREET AHMPOIIII MGPYIGMI
Henry M. Murray, Agent ompolmems
236 MAIN STREET
122 MAIN STREET
Annapolis, Maryland Phone 2359
W. H. Thomas and Co.
'Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys
141 - 143 MAIN STREET
Dial 2241 Diamonds Remounted
Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry
The Parsons Company
220-222 MAIN STREET
Phone 4566 Annapolis, Md.
The Henry B. Myers Co.
45-49 WEST STREET
'I80 Main Street Annapolis, Md. AMWPUII' ' M"'YI"'d
Senior "Hi-Y' PaImer's Garage
And'-eye Krause Menetian Blinds Window Shades
Your Chevrolet Dealer
City Awning Co.
1311 WEST STREET
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Cliff Dawson's Store
Severna Park, Md.
ANNAPOLIS HlGH'S OWN
For Good Food and Drink
275 WEST STREET
Chris S. Psemadakis
Maurice E. Meade
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
432 State Street
cvrksss CREEK ROAD
Phone 206l Eastport, Maryland SGVOIM Pllfll, Md-
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Severna Park Beauty Shoppe mp 'men S
Mrs. Eleanor Gosnell Rf
Phone: Severna Park 355 A Friend
Compliments of Compliments of
Annapolis Army and Navy Sandwich Kitchen
Surplus St. Margarets
149 WEST STREET Most Delicious Hamburgers Anywhere
Phone 2660 Annapolis, Md. BOB IBUSCH, Prvpfiefvf
Maytag Washers Servel Refrigerators Telephone West River 8-F-4
Arundel Gas Co.
the Metered Bottle Gas
GAS RANGES - WATER HEATERS
Edgewater, Md. Phone Annapolis 2134
Frank S. Duckett
Davidsonville - Maryland
E. Churchill Murray
Quick's Severna Park
Annapolis - Maryland Market
Phone 3l38 Severna Park, Md.
Thomas Langan Yacht Yard
ARNOLD C. GAY, Proprietor
Annapolis Airport, Inc.
"Flowers for all Occasions"
The Academy Flower Shop
LESTER B. WAYSON, Prop.
139 Prince George St. Annapolis, Md.
Res. Phone 4409 Bus. Phone: 3200
ln Eastport lt's
400 FOURTH STREET
T. J. CULQLIMORE, Prop. Phone 9737
John M. Dawes and Sons
Hardward - Paints - Oils - Varnishes
Plumbing - Electrical 81 Boat Supplies
Cor. Randall Street and Market Space
Woodlyn Farm Dairy
ORLANDO RIDOUT AND SONS
Annapolis, Md. R. No. 2
RAW AND PASTEURIZED MILK
Federal Accredited Herd for 25 Years
The Holidayoke Company Compliments
M1u.1N:nY - wooLs of
181 MAIN sneer Photo Shop
Annavalia - Maryland 151 MAIN s'rnEE'r
Bernard J. Wiegard
REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE
Hotel Maryland Building
Dial 4211 Artists' Supplies
R. E. Strange and Sons
Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes
159 MAIN STREET
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
The Store for the Lad ond his Dad since 1908
46-48-50 West St. Phone 3600
The Farmer's Supply and
Defense Highway Parole, Maryland
"EVERYTHING FOR THE FARMER"
WM. A, CLARK, Prop. Dial 4311
170 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
Krause Furniture Co.
1800 Block West Street
Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
S a d I e r ' s
122-128 Dock St. Annapolis, Md.
Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Storage
Scientific Rug Cleaning
SPA ROAD and WEST STREET
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