Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1949
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When this year's Senior Class started to think about a yearbook, one
of the first questions raised was that of the dedication. Here was a
problem. We found that it wasn't the work of one teacher, or even of
7 a few, that stood out in our mindsg instead the hard work and co-opera-
ji tion of all the teachers have made our school lives run their smooth
I course. Through the faculty's combined efforts we have gained know-
ledge and understanding, and at the same time have enjoyed ourselves
under their leadership in clubs, sports and other extra-curricular activi-
C g ties.
0- So we have decided to show our appreciation to all the members
Lan of the faculty by dedicating this book to them. It is our way of saying im A
thanksg though it may be inadequate, we want you to know that these
thanks are heartfelt on the part of every senior in the Class of '49.
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DR. HOWARD A. KINHART
Principal of Annapolis School
"The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity
when it comes." - DISRAELI
This truth, if remembered and heeded by every boy and girl in the Senior
Class of Annapolis High School, would safeguard not only the individual but
also the community life as a whole. How can one be ready? This, the' first
question entering the minds of many, no doubt gives the THINKER grounds
for many moods. According to the late Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes,
"Thinking can be dullg but it also can be a glorious and exciting adventure."
So as you set out on your adventure to investigate possibilities, keep in
mind those that loom large as your potentialities. Culture is achieved by reading
and observationg good disposition, by living agreeably and understandably with
othersg willingness, by working faithfully and unstintinglyg honesty, by fair
dealing with fellow beings. All of these assets and many more help make an
attractive and well-rounded personality spirited by the readiness needed to open
opportunities for success.
DR. Howmzn A. KINHART MR. ERNEST HEluu.oTz
jarrettsville, Md. McKeesport, Pa.
Pasture duty in baseball Being an average student
Foshan T. AUGUSTINE
Lock Haven, Pa.
COMMERCIAL CORE CURRICULUM
HENHE-m-A W, CMWENTER STELLA M- MORRIS JEAN BIELDEN RANDOLPIi GEORGE W. Noluus
Fl21gSUiff, Arizona Rocky Mount, Va. Halfielct, Mass. . St. Marg:-frets, Md.
Skyscraper basketball center Specializing in algebra I-fader "1 afhlelffs C0"'Plefmg high 50,1001 in
Hometowns and high spots from the high school careers of our faculty.
KATHERINE COX ELIZABETH VINTON DAVIS
Preston, Md. Annapolis, Md.
Passing physics Being baslzful
HLLLN CALL KATIIIQIIINE KIBLER MARY ALICE OwI5Ns
Easton, Pa, Greensboro, Md. Annapolis, Md.
Sketching for publiggfigm On volleyball team Iulzirh Working onthe assembly
won stale rlzarrlpionship committee
JANITH R. HORSEY EDITH C. NI:wI.oN
Easton, Md. Tunnelton, West Va.
Starring in dramaticx Graduating as salutatorian
FRED L. ALEXANDER CHARLES J. DIFAzIo Roscon C. SPENCER
Milesburg, Pa. Atlantic Highlands, N. J, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Starting a school band Sport special Graduating!
AIILDRED H0l'KlNS KINHART LORENE C. MARKING
Annapolis, Md. Louisville, Ky.
Graduating at 15 Perfect attendance
ANTON Y BIscHoI-'F j. C. ROGERS MARY DICREY SMITH HAzI1I. S. WILSON
Harwood, Md, Annapolis, Md. Covington, Va. Annapolis, Md
Bagkefball ypggialgy Learning Spanish Hiking Maintaining, scholarship
ELIZABETH UDELL Moons
Huntington, West Va.
Winning first place in a
national essay contest
ROBERT F. KUNKLE
New Kensington, Pa.
Practicing four hours a day
on the piano
Mlumnn BURTON LUCIEL V. Cocczmwo JAMES j. Cox N ORWOOD S. WETHERH
Baltimore, Md. Spring Lake, N. J. Russellton, Pa. Allentown, Pa.
Playing tennis Acquiring athletic awards Advancing "socially" Excelling in sports
BRUCE J. RENTSCHLER MARGARET W1-IARTON E. T. NORTON
Reading, Pa. Princess Anne, Md. Boonesville, N. C.
Tops in English Winning girls' athletic trophy G0i7lg Out f01' sports
P. j. Mum Alma' .Xml Romans MARION YANCIQY
Easton, Pa. ISQISIOII, Mal. Clarksville, Va.
Caplaining a football team Calling 1'Xf'HIl1lff0lllI'XflVll5 Playing the piano for
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MARY ELMNOR Kicmmkr
Playing the colored lead in
her senior play
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Cambridge, Md. Forest City, Pa.
l'a.x.sing Algebra 11 Winning senator-ial essay
Olzlaining an A in physirs
DOROTHY E. HAlNIII.TON
Participating in dramatic
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Annpaolis, Md. Cedar Grove, Wig,
I,f'arning to be a good lixfelling in languages
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9-School opens-Only 10 months to go!
16-S. G. Elections-De People's cherce.
22-Allied Youth Club Formed-Great fun!
Fir3t Reader3 Digeflilt-1 down and 119 to go.
1-Patron Drive-Pu-u-u-leaiie bring in thoife patronS!
3-Class Oflicers Elected-We, the people, have spoken.
6-Budget Paiiilf Sale!! begin-Did you get yourii?
7, 8-Teachers' Convention-A breathing spell.
FirSt payment due on WAKE-Oh, look at me now.
l, 3-Census and Election-A long but not lost week-end.
1, 15-Senior Picture!! taken-"Mine'3!S terrible!"
6-Clubs start-Did you get your First choice?
18-Thanksgiving Dinner here at school-Oh my aching feet!
23-Orderi for Claw Ringi Sent-Happy Day!
1-OrderS taken for Capi and Gown!!-Won't be long now.
22-Christmas Assembly and Holidays start-Only 365 days till next Xmas.
26-Thanksgiving Holiday-Ummmmmm that delicious turkey.
22-Christmas Music Broadcast by Glee Club-just like the Angels.
23-Hi-Y Formal-Pretty girls and pretty music.
12-Teachers' Meeting-Well, a half day's not to be sneezed at, you know.
12-Senior Play Chosen-"We ain't talking!"
12, 13-Informal shots and Organization pictures taken-Gosh, my hair was
15-Plans For Tercentenary Celebration start forming-just look at our
2, 3, 4-Mid Year Exams-Whoopee, I passed!
l8-Jamboree-How to relax after exams.
Mar. 8, 9, 10-Evaluation of School-Now we'll see how much school's really
25-Spring Formal-No time to get Spring Fever.
7-8-Presentation of the Senior Play-"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay."
14-19-Easter Vacation-Our last time out.
21-Model Legislature Meets-Leaders of tomorrow.
22-Jamboree-Our last one!
"-Scholarship Exam!!!-Gee, that would Sure help!
18, 19, 20-Senior Exams-That noise is our teeth chattering!
22-27-Tercentenary Celebration-What a week!
31-Memorial Day-No hooking this year!
3-Jr. Prom-Time's really closing in on us!
6-7-Supplementary Exams--The last ones we'll have to take for high school.
10-Senior Dinner Dance-Oh, what a night!
12-Sermon to Graduating Class!-Two days left!
14-Graduation Night-"I'm sorry, but I'm glad."
14-Graduation Dance-Something we'll never forget!
15-Last School Day-Couldn't resist coming back one more time!
July ----------- P
PATRIC RENE WEIDMANN "Pat"
Pat has lived in Annapolis all his life. Right
now he's interested in graduating and hasn't de-
cided about college yet. Working on his car,
dating, and sports are his hobbies. Pat has been
an active participant in extra-curricular affairs.
Senior Class President-4: Homeroom Representative-35
Wake Patron Manager-45 Traflic Squad-43 Hi-Y-3, 4
fofficerjg Hi-Y Member-23 Civitan Club-41 Dancing
Club-35 Dramatic Club-35 Football-3, 45 Lacrosse-3, 45
Intramural Soccer-2, 33 Intramural Basketball-1, 2: In-
tramural Softball-I, 21 Stunt Nite-1.
MARGARET HARRINGTON "Peg"
This little bundle of energy hails from Wash-
ington, D. C. She likes music and poetry and
wants to be useful and capable. fUmmmmmj
Peg plans to attend the University of Maryland.
She's what you call a ticklish subject.
Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer-43 Wake Literary Staff
-4, jr. Prom Committee-31 Traflic Squad-45 Glee Club
-4, Dramatic Club-2, 3, 45 Senior Play Selection Com-
SARAH HUGHES MARABLE Sally
"Sally," who's a whiz at badminton, came to
AHS from Frankfurt High School in her sopho-
more year. She hopes to attend Mary Washing-
ton College in Fredericksburg, Virginia. This
trallic squad officer can really keep law and
Senior Class Vice-President-43 "Wake" Business Staff-41
Traffic Squad Member-4, Junior Prom Publicity Com-
mittee-3g Dramatics Clllll-41 President Arts and Crafts
Club-33 Intramural Hockey-33 Intramural Softball-I3
Intramural Basketball-l, 35 Intramural Speedball-lp
Intramural Badminton-3, 4.
RAYMOND VICTOR AGRIESTI "B uddy"
Annapolis is Buddy's hometown and he loves it:
nevertheless he's very anxious to travel after
graduation, and flying ranks high with him.
Always a friendly smile for someone.
Art Service-l, 23 Typing and Commercial Ser-
vice: Office Helper.
WILLIAM W. ANDERSON "Bill"
Bill calls Gambrills his hometown. He
attended Admiral Farragut Academy, is
fond of music and likes to see what
makes things "tick." He wants to learn
mechanics and machinery.
Orchestra-3: Dance Orchestra Club-43
CAROLYN E. BANKS "Carol"
Carol came to AHS this year from Eastern High
in Baltimore. She wants to sing and attend
music school in St. Louis. She'd also like to
"relax in Florida forever." fWho wouldn't?j
She has a wonderful sense of humor and a
voice to matcn.
Yearbook Business Staff-5: Assembly Committee
-2, Sg Operetta-2, 35 Music Club-2. 8: Varsity
Hockey-23 School Newspaper Staff-3: Glee Club
-1. 2, 3, 43 Allied Youth-23 Dramatic Club-
45 Intramural Softball-l: Intramural Basketball
-2: Intramural Hockey-2.
EMORY BATES "Emory"
Emory was born in Washington. D.C. He
likes cooking and it'll come in handy,
'cause his ambition is to get married and
settle down. We also know he likes to
talk and . . . . he's got red hair.
WAKE Circulation Manager-43 Assembly
Committee Member-45 Traflic Squad-4:
Cooking Club Member-45 Business Staff
-43 Assembly Participation-3, 45 Serving
Faculty Suppers-3: Cooking Club Secre-
JAMES MICHAEL BLEW "Mike"
Always into everything -- that's Mike. Born
in Charleston, S. C., he came to AHS in his
sophomore year and since then there's been no
stopping him! He's interested in automobile
engines, stamps and chess, and we've never seen
him really serious.
Student Government President-43 Traflic
Squad-4 QLieutenantjp Jr. Prom-33 President
Allied Youth-45 jr. Civitan Club-3, 43 Varsity
Baseball-3, 45 Intramural Softball-25 Assembly
Participation-43 Band-l, 2: Hi-Y-4: Model Air-
plane Club-2 QSec.jg Varsity Basketball-3, 45
Varsity Football-43 Intramural Basketball-2:
RALPH REX BLOOR "Doc"
"Doc" was born in Louisville, Kentucky.
His main interest is motor scooters, which
are pretty small for his six feet. Ralph
came to us from Pataskala H. S., Patas-
k-ala, Ohio, in his sophomore year.
Wake Business Staff-45 Choral Music-45
Boat Model-23 Intramural Basketball-2,
S: Allied Youth-4: President Auto-
motive Club-35 Varsity Baseball-lg
E. VIRGINIA BRYARS "Teenie"
"Teenie" was born at Raritan Arsenal, N.
She's an energetic little gal with shining black
hair and big brown eyes. She loves horseback
riding and wants to go to college but tloesn't
know where yet. IVAKE Circulation Stall-4g
Senior Play Selection-43 WAKE Business Staff
-4g Senior Play Selection Committee-43 Traffic
Squad-43 jr. Prom Decoration Committee-3.
EDWARD T. COLLINS, VIR. "Torn"
Tom, who was born in Baltimore, wants to
become a forester and hopes to attend the
University of IVashingt0n in Seattle. Sports,
outdoor life, and Suzie top his list of likes. Want
a good time? Here's your boy!
P.T.A. Representative-3: XNAKE Literary, Make-
Up and Circulation Staff-45 Assembly Partici-
pation-3, 45 Traflic Squad-41 Glee Club-4,
Hi-Y-23 Varsity Baseball-3, 4: Varsity Foot-
ball-3, 45 Intramural Basketball-2, 3: Serving
Faculty Dinners-3, 45 junior Class President-
3g Stunt Night-33 All State Chorus-45 Cheer-
leader-35 Dramatic Club-2, 3, 45 Varsity Soccer
-2, 3: Intramural Softball-lg Intramural Rer-
ELIZABETH E. COLLINS Nora
This "lil" blond tjust as talented at
singing as in actingp hails from New
York. Nora wants to join the war depart-
ment and see the world. A good sport
on and off the field, she'll succeed in any-
thing she tries.
Homeroom Representative-21 Literary
Editor WVAKI-f-4, Tally-Ho Regular Stafl
-43 Girls' Sports Editor-4: Stunt Night
-33 Glee Club-l, 3, 43 Cheerleader-33
jr. Prom Decoration Committee-33 Dra-
matic Club Pres-3 Varsity Softball-3:
Hockey-3, 4: Trafiic Squad-45 Class
Vice President-23 Allied Youth Member
-43 All State Chorus-4: WAKE Typing
BARBARA LEE DUCKETT "Bobbie"
"Bobbie," a member of the Southern Md.
"horsey" set, was born in Annapolis. She
plans to go to the University of Mary-
land and later wants to raise horses, and
with her riding ability . . . . how can
WAKE Circulation and Business Staff-43
Traliic Squad-45 jr. Prom Decoration
Committee-3: Make-up Club-23 Photog-
raphy Club-3g Art Service-3: Glee Club
-43 Y-Teen Club-2: Serving Dinners-3,
45 Intramural Basketball-1, 2, 3.
JOHN O. EMRICK, JR. "Concrete"
"Concrete" was born in Annapolis but lived in
Eastport all his life, and he loves it as do all
good Eastporters. He hopes to travel and see
the world. A very ambitious guy-
Traflic Squad-43 Gymnastics Club-4.
BERNARD ERICSEN "Bobbie"
A quiet, friendly guy, with plenty of
hidden ambition, who plans to join the
armed forces. Bernard likes to build
airplane models and read, and he too
hails from New York City.
WAKE Circulation Staff-45 Airplane
Club, Reading Club.
HARVEY M. HALL "Harvey"
Harvey's a native Eastporter and a sports fan
who loves basketball and fishing. His ambition
is to graduate, and then he plans to join the
Navy and see the world. His eyes will niatch
his "Navy Blues."
Traffic Squad-43 Hi-Y Memberg Civilian Club
Penny is an intelligent and ambitious young
miss who is bound to succeed. She is an ardent
sports fan and lots of fun. Her laughing blue
eyes want to see the only four states she hasn't
yet visited, then . . . we'll hear about it.
Student Government Treasurer-43 Honor So-
ciety 3, Officer-4: Traffic Squad-43 Glee Club
-lg jr. Prom Decoration Committee-Chairman
-3g Serving Faculty Dinners-33 Secretary Hob-
bies Club-33 Varsity Basketball-3, 43 Fieldball
Captain-35 Intramural Softball Captain-3:
Hockey Captain-33 Speedball Captain-33 Speed-
ball Captain-33 Allied Youth-45 Secretary
Stamp Club-23 Dramatic Club-43 Varsity Field-
lgallf-Si Varsity Volleyball-33 WAKE Typing
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JANET M. FRANTUM "jan"
"Green eyes and red hair with a temper
to match" says Jan, but we know she's
as good-natured as they come. jan wants
to be a fashion designer. She likes
drawing and painting, natch! jan's the
one that watches out for our money.
WAKE Art Editor-43 jr. Prom Refresh-
ment Committee Chairman-3g jr. Prom
Decoration Committee-33 Arts, Crafts
and Hobbies Club-33 School Treasurer-
43 Sewing Club-4.
WILLIAM HANEKE "Bill"
"Bill" is a spirited Annapolitan who, like
most of the seniors, is looking forward to
graduating from school. His hobbies are
motors and guns, but he likes to dance,
Dancing Club-33 Allied Youth-4.
PATRICIA LYNNE HENDERSON "Pat"
Blond, blue eyed Pat is very fond of dancing
and singing. Her ambition is to become a
model, and we're calling all photographers' at-
tention to this subject.
WAKE Typing Staff-43 Assistant ot Attendance
Officer-4, Assistant ot Guidance Department-
2g jr. Prom Committee- 33 Vice President Tri-
Hi-Y-3g Commercial Service Secretary--Treasurer
-45 Traffic Squad-43 Tri-Hi-Y-2, 3, 43 Y-Teen
Club-25 Tally-Ho-2: Dramatics Club-3.
EUGENE H. HERBERS "Herb"
6 feet tall, Herb is interested in sports,
mainly softball. A future "Semper
l'aratus" boy, the Coast Guard is where
he's heading after graduation. Anchor's
DOROTHY JOAN HOLZAPFEL "Dot"
"Dot" came to AHS from Long Island, New
York, last year. She has literary inclinations
and also wants to travel. Her hobbies are
drawing and cooking. fShe's quite handy with
a needle, toolj
WAKE Circulation Staff-41 Jr. Prom-33 Sewing
Cilllll Secretary to Mr. Herklotz-43 Serving
Faculty Suppers-3, 43 Homeroom Representa-
tive-l3 Class Secretary-Treasurer-I
ALLEN CONRAD JACKSON "Allen"
Allen was born and raised in Annapolis and
. . . he loves it! Just ask him, but don't men-
tion Eastport. The president of the Jr. Civitan
Club says he wants to go to college, but he
doesn't know where yet.
IVAKII Literary Staff-43 Art Service-l, 23 Jr.
Civitan President-4, NICITIDCI'-31 Jr. Prom
Decoration Committee-33 Jr. Prom Orchestra
COIIIIIIIH66-ClIiilflIl2lI-31 Hi-Y Chaplain-21
ELLEN WARDLOW HOWARD Ellen
Look in the hall any hour of the day,
and you'll see Ellen running errands.
She, like a million other people, wants
to inherit a million dollars, but she's
undecided about college.
WAKI-1 Business Staff-43 Office Helper-43
Make-up and Properties Club-23 Arts,
Crafts and Hobbies Clllb-3, Intramural
Hockey-?, 33 Intramural Badminton-2,
43 Assembly Participation-33 Jr. Prom
Committee-33 Dramatics Club-43 Intra-
mural Baskctball-l, 2, 33 Intramural
Speedball-l, 2. 3.
'l'I'CIiSlll'Cl'-32 l'I'CSlliCIll-4Q WAKE Art Staff-43
Traffic Squad-43 Y-Teen Club-4.
PHEBE A. JORDAN "Plzebe"
This local lassie's a true friend to all who
know her. Phebe says she wants to go
to art school, but college is not on her
list. Reading and collecting photographs
of her friends are favorite pastimes.
Stunt Night-33 Dramatic Club-2, 3, 43
Assistant to Attendance Oflicer-43 Art
Service MCHIDCY-lj Jr. Prom Committee
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HARVEY KELLY, JR. "Harvey"
Harvey has spent all four years at AHS. After
graduating he expects to attend the University
of Maryland. He wants to become a flyer and
he likes sailing and swimming. Watch him!
He just bubbles over with devilment!
XVAKI5 Photography Editor-43 Jr. Prom Com-
mittee-33 Stunt Night-33 Wrestling Club-22
Baseball-2: Football-3, 43 Traflic Squad...43
Glee Club-3, 43 Orchestra-1, 23 Civitan Officer
-33, 43 Basketball-3, 43 Soccer-2, 3.
GEORGE A. KIORPES "I-Iabeasn
George is one of our more talented sen-
iors. He hails from Yonkers, New York,
and likes music and writing. "Habeas"
will continue going to Peabody Conserva-
tory of Music after graduation. Um-mmm
-those big brown eyes!
Student Government Vice-President-43
Junior Class Vice-President-33 WAKE
Literary Staff-43 "What A Life" cast-2:
"A" Hi-Y Member-43 Chess Club-2, 3, 43
"Passim" Typist-33 Tally-Ho Regular
Staff-33 Assembly Committee-23 Stunt
Night-33 Chairman Jr. Prom Publicity-
33 President Chess Club-3.
PHYLLIS BYRD KNODE "Phyl"
"Phyl," who was born in Crisfield, Md.,
came to AHS from Roland Park High in
Baltimore in her sophomore year. She
thinks she may teach but she likes to eat
Knitting-33 Varsity Fieldball-43 WAKE Busi-
ness Staff-4g Biology Club-45 Intramural
EDWARD WV. LARRIMORE "Eddie"
"Eddie" was born in what South River people
call heaven . . . Edgewater. He has attended
AHS all four years and says his main ambition
is "to get Ollt of school!" He likes dancing and
Assistant to Attendance Ofhcerg Dancing Club:
Varsity Baseball-33 Intramural Softball-1, 2.
ELESA EVELYN KONIGSBERG Lee
This "lil-de-icer" came to us from Lans-
downe, Pa., in her sophomore year and
since then has contributed much to AHS.
Lee wants to visit all the states she hasn't
been in and attend Hood College.
Homeroom Representative-1 and 4
Qalternatejg P.T.A. Representative-3:
junior Prom Committee-Ticket Chair-
man-3g Allied Youth-43 Make-up Club
WAKE Executive Staff-Editor-in-Chief-45
-2: Bowling-2: Intramural Basket-
ball-lg Varsity Fieldball Manager-45
V. Hockey Manager-23 Honor Society
Member 3, 4, Officer-43 Tratlic Squad-45
Decoration-33 Dramatic Club-3, 45 Ar-
chery Club-lg Varsity Fieldball-35 In-
AGNES LERP "Aggie"
Elkridge High was "Aggie's" Alma Mater
before she came to AHS. She was born in
Baltimore, and swimming and skating are
two items on her list she likes. She in-
tends to make a good typist for some boss.
WAKE Typing Stall-43 Glee Club-I, 21
Square Dancing--43 Office Helper-45
Dancing Club-33 Intramural Basketball
-1, 25 Intramural Hockey-3.
GEORGE LITTLE "George"
A Baltimore boy, George spent his freshman
and sophomore years at Calvert Hall, and his
junior year at St. Mary's. He came to old
AHS in his senior year. College - yesl Where
. . . . Ummm-m'm-m-m.
Secretary Treasurer-lg Circulation Staff-43
HARRY MCELDOWNEY "Mack"
"Mack" was born in Portsmouth, Va.,
and comes to us from several schools.
His ambition is to become an architect
and his hobby, he says, is models!
QH-m-m-ml Well, good luck, Mack.
Christmas Pageant-43 Dramatic Club-
Sg Gymnastic Club-4.
GEORGE HOASE MANNING "George"
This gay, romantic, blue-eyed man about town's
secret ambition is to graduate from AHS!
fAin't it the truthlj George likes to hunt and
trap, and it looks as if we have a future
poultry man in our midst.
Traflic Squad-4, Intramural Softball-2, 5:
Cooking Club 4.
WILTON RANDOLPH MAY "Willy"
A past Baltimorean and a future veterin-
arian, Willy came from Evanston Town-
ship High to AHS in his junior year..
His hobby is hunting and he plans to
attend Maryland University. "Hey, you,
I happen to be a Traffic Squad Lieuten-
ALFRED KENNEDY BLADES "Alfred"
Alfred is a true Annapolitan though he
says he wishes he had been born in
Eastport for, as everyone knows, Eastport
is the place! You can almost always see
Alfred running errands around AHS
because he's Mr. Herklotz's right hand
man. When Al leaves school he plans to
join some branch of the Service.
Book Club-3, 43 Typing Club-3, 43
Senior Play Usher-4.
MARDIE M. MORSBERGER "Mamie"
Born in good ole Baltimore, Mardie wants to
be a singer or a writer. She plans to study
music at Peabody, and with her voice she can't
fail. Dogs, poetry, and reading top her list
of likes and, of course, music.
Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class-lg WAKE
Literary Staff-43 Tally-Ho Regular Staff-43
Trailic Squad-43 Operetta-2, 31 U. N. Youth
Organization-2, 33 Assembly Participation-l,
25 Tally-Ho Reporter-43 Glee Club-l, 2, 3,
45 Biology Club-25 Dancing Club-4.
Traflic Squad Lieutenant-4: Varsity
Football-45 Biology Club.
HARRY WILLIAM PAULMENN "H00tsy"
An athlete in the true sense of the word,
'Hootsy came to us in his junior year from
Hyattsville. Born in Elizabeth, New jersey,
Phys. Ed. courses in any good college beckon to
Varsity Basketball-1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Soccer-
2, 3, 43 Varsity Baseball-2, 3, 43 Class President
-1, 23 Dramatic Club-3.
ELSIE MARIE RICHARDSON "Elsie"
Elsie is interested in sports and dramatics.
She likes to read, too. Her ambition is to
finish school, and then-Time' will tell.
Need a good friend Here she is!
Make-up Committee-23 Study Period-3,
43 Varsity Fieldball-4.
JERRY C. SEGNER "jerry"
Jerry is our keeper of law and order. He was
born at State College, Pa. After he graduates
from Penn State, the world, he says, will have
a great architect. jerry's a bell ringer, all
WAKE Typing Staff-43 Allied Youth-4: Captain
Traffic Squad-43 Art Metal Club-3, 45 Varsity
ANN FRANCIS SKISLAK "Skizzy"
"Skizzy" is an active Annapolitan with hazel
eyes and dark brown hair. Her ambition is to
be a secretary-and what a cute secretary she'll
WAKE Typing Staff-43 Office Helper-45 Assist-
ant to Attendance Officer-4, Make-up Club-2:
Intramural Softball-33 Traffic Squad-43 Allied
Youth-43 Typing Club-33 Commercial Service
MARVIN M. SHOAF "Tar Heel
After leaving AHS, "Tar Heel" plans to
enter Duke University near his birth-
place, Salisbury, North Carolina, to study
engineering. His hobbies are archery,
hunting, and all sports.
Archery Club Officer-2, Member-33
Homeroom Representative-lg WAKE Ad-
Avertising Manager-45 Office Helper-45
Allied Youth-43 Varsity Football-2, 3,
4, Intramural Basketball-lg Intramural
Football-lg Traffic Squad-49 Hi-Y Officer
-3, 45 Gym Club-1, 43 Archery-2: In-
tramural Softball-lg Intramural Referee
ROBERT C. SNAVELY, JR. "Sk00ch"
Here's a good natured guy who's lots of
fun. Born in Frederick, Bob likes
modern firearms. He may go to college,
but above all he wants to make good.
P.T.A. Representative-23 Photography
Staff-43 Art Service-I, 2: Hi-Y Member
-43 Gymnastics Club-2, 3, 43 Intra-
mural Softball-l, 25 WAKE Circulation
Staff-45 Traffic Squad-45 jr. Prom Com-
mittee-3g Archery Club-2, Model,Plane
Club-lg Intramural Basketball-1, 2.
ROBERT G. STACKLIN "Bob"
Hailing from Nashua, New Hampshire, Bob
says his hobby is women. You mean you col-
lect them, Bob? He wants to be a "successful
businessman," and we wish him luck. QEspe-
cially with the womenlj
WAKE Circulation Staff-43 Archery Club-4:
Choral Music Club-3.
SI-IEILA ARLEN STONE "TaUy"
"Taffy," who was born in Annapolis,
came to us at the beginning of her sopho-
more year from Wildwood, N. j. Her
hobbies are ice skating and dancingg her
ambition, to make a good wife.
WAKE Make-Up Editor-43 Traffic Squad
-43 jr. Prom Committee-35 Intramural
Basketball-33 Intramural Badminton-
3: Student Council-lg Circulation Staff-
4g Office Helper-45 Sewing Club-3, 4:
Intramural Speedball-33 Locker Monitor
-3, Girls Gym Club-l.
MARY WATHEN TYLER "Wawa"
"Wawa" was born in Spartanburg, South-Ca-
lin-a. Her ambition is to study medicine, and
she hopes to attend Randolph Macon. flfor
W0men?j Attention, all doctors!
Homeroom Representative Alternate-35 WAKE
Associate Literary Editor-43 Assembly Commit-
tee-2, 3, 45 Social Committee-l, 49 Chairman
jr. Prom Chaperone Committeeg Senior Play
Selection Committee-4: Secretary Dramatic
Club-33 Tally-Ho Typist-43 Assembly Parti-
cipation-43 Trafhc Squad-4, Clean-up Com-
mittee-3, Dramatics Club-2, 3, 4.
FLORENCE WEISHAAR "Wish"
"Wish" arrived in Annapolis last year.
This pretty blond, blue-eyed girl loves
dancing and all kinds of sports. Her
ambition is to get her hands on that
precious diploma and then . . . well,
modeling would be nice!
WAKE Typing Staff-4, Office Helper-43
Serving Faculty Dinners-43 Participation
in Assemblies-35 Traffic Squad-45 Allied
RUBY XVELLS "Susie"
"Susie," who was born in Virginia and still has
a Southern accent, says she first wants to gradu-
ate and be healthy, wealthy, and wise. Her
hobbies are reading, sports, sewing, and going
Circulation Staff, WAKE-49 Study Hall-35 Sew-
DILNIS WHELAN "Ock"
Denny's a lover of sports, and Qthough he
hardly ever hits anythingj he likes hunt-
ing the best. His ambition is undecided,
but he's sure to succeed in anything he
undertakes. His red hair doesn't mean
a thing! Ask Skooch!
Homeroom Representative-l, 2, 43 Office
Helper-43 jr. Prom Committee Member
-39 WVrestling Club-2: Gym Club-43
Football-3g Intramural Soccer-23 Trafhc
Squad Officer-43 Clee Club-l, 23
A-Hi-Y Member-4, Archery Club-33 Var-
sity Baseball-41 Intramural Softball-l,
2: Intramural Referee-4.
JAMES HENRY YVIRTH "jim"
Christian Brothers High School's loss was our
gain. jim came to us from St. Louis in his
senior year. He hopes to attend college and
become a teacher and coach. fDidn't have
lcarlzers like that when we were in schoollj
Class President-1, 2, 35 Hi-Y Member-43 Var-
sity Baseball-l, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society-3, 45
Boys' Cooking Club President-43 Varsity Foot-
ball-2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball--1, 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET C. WVORTHINGTON "Pat"
Pat came to AHS during her sophomore
year from the Eastern Sho'. Born in
Annapolis, she has the makings of a good
nurse. l'at's years at AHS have been full
of activities for her "fellow men".
XVAKIC Literary Staff 3, 4: Assistant to
Guidance Dept.-4: junior Prom Com-
mittee-Sg Ql'rogram Chairmanjg Chair-
man Advanced Knitting Club--41 Public
Speaking Club-33 Tally-Ho Club Presi-
dent-23 Assembly Connnittee 3, 4: Traffic
Squad-45 Serving at Supper--35 Home-
room Representative-3: Tally-H0 Club
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We thrilled to the tales of E. A. Poe,
Learned that water is HQO,
Studied the properties of air,
Found that triangles compare,
And with the coming of the fall
We showed how we could kick that ball!
We danced with pride at our junior Prom
lWith a little hnancial help from Momj.
And who can forget his dating joys?
The drags were the girls who dragged the
Our sense of humor melted away
When we neared examination day,
But we studied hard and when at last
Examinations came - we passed!!
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JIMMY MARSTON Vice-President
As future juniors, the Muppet- crust,"
With only two years left to go,
We've learned what's wrong and what is justg
Oar good class record stands to show.
Our fellows ln football have made the gradej
They've helped increase our high school's fame.
To all school programs we've lent our aidg
We've learned the way to play life's game.
The chance to lead comes to our class
And when our jolfs completely done,
As we to larger worlds do pass,
We know you'll be proud of '51.
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Vice-President ......... ,.4. H ARRY LENHARDT President ..,....,..
An inner force inspires young hearts
When knowledge, beckoning from afar,
Makes its call as high school starts
And preys upon the freshman heart.
On ships of learning we embarked,
Toured in Latin the Roman world,
Visioned the heroine joan of Arc,
Witli her splendid battle flag 1L'VLfUTl,d.
Thus have we taken up our books,
Determination in our stride,
And ever mingled in our looks
The unresisting freshman pride!
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President MICHAEL MCCUTCHAN
Vice-President ,..,,..... ...BARBARA BRAMBL1: Secretary-Treasurer ...,.,.... KITTY DUCKETT
With eager eye and active mind
We sought a newer life to find,
Viewed the five long years ahead
And felt them yearning to be led.
These once were unfamiliar walls,
When first we trod the crowded halls-
"Stop running.' Please walk! You keep to the right.'
No pushing.' No gum! Hey, boys, don't hghtft'
We wandered aimlessly in a daze,
Then finally caught on to high school ways.
And now, to the future - who can say
What fortune greets us on the way?
What lies hidden in the years
As we pave the road for our careers?
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Bark Row-J. Morriston, P. Weidmann, J.
Baker, L. Turner. Front Row-M. Blew, F.
Fradd, G. Kiorpes.
The presidents our classes and our student government officers make up
the Student Council Executive Connnittee. These students, the leaders of
Annapolis High School, have the job ol guiding the work of the Student Legis-
lature. They also make up the court which deals with traflic offenders. The
council acts as an over-all planning body lor the school. This includes support
of the sports program, as well as the awards which are given in recognition of
all services to the school.
The Student Legislature is the law making body of A.H.S. Elected home-
room representatives give student opinions on current school problems and
report proceedings in homeroom discussions which they lead. The Legislature
is thus organized for the purpose ol enabling every student to have a voice in
the school's allairs. lt sponsors the Athletic Association, The Tally-Ho, con-
tributions lor the March ol Dimes and the Red Cross, and other projects which
have become so prominent a part in school life. lt also gives legislature members
practice in governmental procedure.
Brick Rozuwli. Bausum, B. Saunders, S
Duval, B. Stuller, NV. Mumford, P. Bryan, B
Bryant, j. Morriston, D. Whelan, P. Weidmann
D. Lape, li. lfiala, J. Carr, M. Blew, F. Barry, R
Gillespie, lf. lfradd, G. Kiorpes.
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D. Reynolds, 'I'. Abato, S. Garner. Front Row-
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Back Rout-H. Kelly, H. Mclildowney, E.
ues, R. Blour, T. Collins, J. Wirth, A. Jackson,
. Manning. Middle Ron'-S. Marable, N. C01-
ls, V. Briars, B. Duckett, XV. Tyler, E. Konigs-
rrg, E. Howard, S. Stone, M. XVorthington, M.
orsberger, M. L. Olsen, P. Henderson. First
ow-F. W'eisharr, D. lVl1elan, M. Blew,
rgner, P. Weidmann, W. May, F. Fradd.
lVith just a maroon arm band as a uniform and a small book of tickets for
school offenders as a "weapon," the traflic squad enforces the rules and regula-
tions of A.H.S. lt regulates trailic at assemblies and fire drills, in the halls and
cafeteria, and helps at our games when needed.
The Trarlic Squad is composed of a group of senior students who must
maintain a fairly good scholastic average in order to participate. This important
department of our school is directed by Mr. Ernest Herklotz who exercises the
privilege of electing the captain of the squad, a position that is ably held by
One of the unsung heroes of A.H.S. is the Social Committee. Haven't you
enjoyed the dances and jamborees? Then thank the Social Committee and its
adviser, Miss Edith Newlon, who is ably assisted by Miss Burton and Mrs.
Randolph. YVithout fanfare, this group has quietly attended to the many tasks
required to plan your fun.
Bark Row-A. Characlis, S. Christo, K. Leanos
M. Wvebb, A. Ridout, A. Craaner, M. Cramer
J. Asher, S. Harder, E. Jacobs, J. Molden
Second Razr-J. Reichle, P. Kaiser, S. Achen
bach, W. Tyler, S. liachman, C. Connell, M
Heineman, M. Adams, P. Bell, J. Lipman, S
lfredenburgh, M. Bounelis, l'. Zelko, B. Turner
Fiala, V. Bryars, Carr.
M. Moon, B. Sherman, S. Arndt. Third Row-
NV. Humford, G. Richman, C. Basil, B. West-
phal, S. Greenfield, S. Boerstler, A. Kohler, E.
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With a minimum of friction and a maximum of co-operation, the "forty-
niners", despite their small class, have published a yearbook of which the school
can indeed be proud. The staff has given you, between the covers of one book,
a condensation of the many school activities which will bring back memories of
"the good ol' days."
Putting out a yearbook, we found, adds considerably to life's complications.
As negatives strayed, staff members wandered, and editors wondered, we even
had symptoms of developing an "is it worth it" frame of mind. The outlook
was brighter, though, by the end of February when the Wake began to take
shape. Stories were written, pictures were taken, and some deadlines were l1lCt.
Though editors and assistants were still buried in "rewrite" copy, the pages
side by side actually looked like something. With the coming of spring the last
batch of material found its way to the publisher: only proofreading remained
to be done.
The staff was headed by editors who were members of the senior class.
The group has again included members of the junior and sophomore classes
who gave valuable assistance and thus gained experience to prepare them for the
WAKE of the future. These students were assisted by several faculty members:
Mrs. Kinhart was in charge of financing the book, a job which included patrons,
advertising, and circulation, Mrs. Carpenter headed the group on make-upg
Mrs. Owens was the literary adviser, Mrs. Savage served as co-ordinator for the
A lot of time was spent producing the '49 Walee-time taken to check and
re-check, write and re-write, caption, identify, interview, and plan. The result
A student annual, an A.H.S. keepsake-your VVake!
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Hack Row-Miss Kibler. P. Mulligan, A. johnson, E. Much, A. Logan, N. Bishop, j. Rainey, J. Cromar. Sammi
Row-M. Moon, A. Brice, A. Ridout, W. Tyler, M. Adams. G. Kiorpes, C. Connell, M. Morsberger, N. Bayliff,
M. Coldsborough, N. Russell. Front Row-E. Fiala, J. Carr, N. Collins, M. Waterman, B. Stevens, J. Reichel, P.
Zelko, K. Fischer.
A group of thirty young writers, "ad-men", artists, and typists
are keeping alive a local tradition of journalism started by Jonas
Green in the days before the Revolution. Bits of poetry and
philosophic gems, as well as sparkling news and feature stories,
come from the pens of budding geniuses to liven the pages of
The Tally-Ho, the school paper.
Like my lady's skirts, the present fashion is longer and wider.
The paper has grown to five columns, and fifteen instead of ten
issues have been published. In order to assure complete cover-
age, each student writer has been given a special beat which
includes not only school affairs but also related community
activities. Through the initiative of energetic staff members,
interviews have been arranged this year with local and visiting
All the editing and most of the writing have been done by
the twenty-one members of the journalism class, which meets
daily with the adviser, Miss Katharine Kibler. Business manage-
ment and circulation are supervised by Miss Elizabeth Davis.
The bi-weekly this year has been edited by a rotating staff.
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Back Row QStandingj-M. Adams, B. Bryant, N. Russel, ll. Stearns, B. Scarborough, l'. Kaiser, S. Rule G Bass
A Ridont, -I. Dougherty. Front Row qSeate11j-M. Kramer, X. Kramer. l'. Saslaw, P. Fradd, VVirth, E. Konigsberg
Brooks, NI. Bottner, .L Loughlin.
High standards in scholarship, leadership, service, and character should be
maintained throughout life-this is the slogan of the National Honor Society.
Established in this school in l9'l5, the society gives an incentive for all students
to keep up academic standing while rendering services to their school.
Each spring the National Honor Society inducts lrom the student body
new members who have proved their worth in scholarship, leadership, service,
and character since their first year ol' high school. At this induction the mem-
bers present to the school the aims ol' the society. ln February the organization,
consisting of only three seniors, elected sixteen juniors to its membership.
This year Elesa Konigsberg, a distinguished member, won the honor of
being chosen Maryland's DAR. Good Citizen Pilgrim. Selected by her class to
represent the school in the contest, she wrote an essay which developed the idea
of working for good citizenship now, instead ol' waiting until school days are
over: this essay placed Hrst in a state wide competition.
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Bark Row-B. Weiss, V. Bryars, S. Achenback, P. Kaiser, B. Turner, A. Characlis, S. Christo, K. Leanos, A
Cramer, A. Ridout, j. Starlings, E. Jacobs, S. L. Lewis, P. Palmer, S. Garner, S. Berry. Second Row--Mrs. Rogers
Mr. Kunkle, P. Read, B. Trott, T. Weubbens, F. Weuddens, M. Heinemann, S. Bachman, W. Tyler, P. Bell, J
Lipman, N. Russell, S. Foudenburgh, J. Lang, G.. Harbold, M. L. Fial, Silvia Greenfield, Ann Brice, M. Bounelis
Miss Davis, Miss Gaw. Third Row-H. Fischer, P. Zelko, L. Scible, G. Richmond, C. Basil, A. Kohler, M. Holmes
P. Saslow, M. Kramer, M. Moon, N. Bayliff, E. Fiala, S. Bersler, J. Carr. First Row-J. Brooks, Baker, E. Bates
J. Giles, -A. Kerrier, G. Bass, G. Hall, T. Albato, S. Anderson.
This large group of ambitious students has worked during the school year
to bring us entertaining and educational assemblies. There were four pro-
fessional assemblies where we gained valuable information. In addition to these,
we have had many interesting speakers. The highlight of the year was the
Christmas assmbly, "The Holy Grail," which was put on almost entirely by the
Assembly Committee and the Glee Club.
Mrs. Rogers was chairman of the committee, working with her were Miss
Gall, Miss Davis, Miss Marking, and Mr. Kunkle.
We all appreciate the splendid work done by both students and teachers,
for their programs have added zest and variety to our school life.
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Last Row-D. Asher, D. Pennington, R. Windsor, D. Figgs, V. Brooks, R. Connell, H. Gearing, L. Casey, N.
Davis, A. Brice, E. Konigsberg, P. Lynn, M. Bounelis, E. Sherman, M. Davis, C. Cosway, J. Bausam. Fifth Row-
G. Crandall, P. Carter, R. Renfrow, W. Phelps, S. Adams, S. Peterson, N. Hilprecht, P. Stockett, M.. A. Woolford,
B. Stockell, J. Asher, S. Bush, F. Weisharr, F. Keeney, M. Williams, H. Sherald. Fourth Row-C. Turner, E. Bates
J. Morriston, M. Putman, A. Miller, J. Caldwell, B. Fond, M. Atwell, P. Read, M. L. Fiala, J. Kerr, J. W
Jenkins, B. J. Harder, K. Leanos, B. Deale. Third Row-J. Lang, E. Abat, M. Blew, C. Tack, R. Bloor, D
Olsen, B. Cook, M. Shoaf, B. Haneke, J. Segner. Second Row-S. Duval, M. Christenson, D. Zepp, S. Doyle, J
Lang, J. Frantum, P. Woodward, S. Fredenburgh, B. Turner, P. Kaiser, S. Achenbach, M. Hacker, J. Lipman, J
Palmer, S. Bachman, F. Wuebbens, T. Wuebbens. Front Row-C. Davis, H. Campbell, K. Deladrier, B. Hertzog,
R. Montalhamo, E. Bausum, B. Schenr, R. Cooper, P. Frantum, F. Fradd, N. Collins, M. Cramer, C. Basil, B
Horton, B. Leitch, B. Westphal, E. Fiala, J. Carr.
The Allied Youth is a new organization which was introduced this year.
This is a national teen-ager organization which shows young people how to have
fun without drinking: provides a fellowship which makes it easy to be popular
and still say no to drinking, builds the kind of happy well-adjusted personality
and life pattern in which there is no place for beverage alcohol, points out that
"it's not smart to drink," especially when physical, emotional and nervous
systems are immatureg and then lets youth make its own decisions!
The Club had elaborate initiation ceremonies at which these ollicers were
installed: Mike Blew, President, Frances Webbens, Vice-president, Elizabeth
Fiala, Secretary, and Carol Ann Turner, Treasurer. The members received
membership cards and pins. Miss Hamilton and Mrs. Carpenter are co-sponsors
of this organization.
We expect Allied Youth to become a vital part of school life in the succeed-
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l'.l'. Weber, C. Banks. Sfcorirl Ron'-lNIr. Kunkle, B. Stearns, C. Cosway, lf. Kenney, T. lVuebbens, F. NVuebbens:
M. Nloreberger, B. 'l rott. S. Yost, .L Brice, M. Hacker li. ujacobs, K. Windsor, N. Smith. Third Row-E. Fiala,
l.. lapinan, Cl. Cooper, Hooper, li'. Kaiser, M. Atwell, ll. lluckett, N. Collins, T. Kelly, j. Stevens. Front Row
-I. Collins, H. Kelly, I. Morton. l-. Rupp, K. Sears, M. Morris, Nl. Collins, B. XVillis, P. lVolod, MCCrone
H. XVood, B, Phelps, ll. Carter.
CHORDS AND DISCORDS
The hfty-four members of the A. H. S. Chorus have blended their lovely
voices in song to entertain music lovers throughout the school year. They have
displayed their talents at many ol' our assemblies, on radio broadcasts, at P. T. A.
meetings, the Spring Concert, the Tercentenary, the baccalaureate service, and
the commencement exercises. They have spent many hours practicing under
the direction of their excellent teacher, Mr. Robert lf. Kunkle: but they have
been justly rewarded by the applause and sincere praise ol' the laculty, guests,
and the student body.
Our Clee Club, composed ol' sophornores, juniors and seniors, is an organi-
zation that every one in Annapolis High is justly proud of. Each year brings
this ambitious group higher up the ladder toward their artistic goal.
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The Annapolis High School Band
was organized early this year and de-
veloped into a popular student activity.
Few in number and lacking in experi-
ence, the members practiced hard and
were soon playing for the assemblies.
They first performed for the general
public at the Havre de Grace football
Miss Moore has generously devoted
her time and energy to developing our
band. Besides directing and training
the twenty-two members, she has coached
prospects in flute, clarinet, trumpet,
drums, and trombone. She hopes to see
a large, well-drilled, snappily uniformed
band take its place as one of the major
activities of the students of A.H.S.
Our majorettes are one of the attrac-
tive features of our high school activi-
ties. ,Of our twelve majorettes scarcely
one had twirled a baton befoie this
Septemberg but by the time of the Havre
de Grace game in October, they were
high-stepping and strutting like veter-
ans. This excellent performance was
the result of the coaching of Miss
The majorettes are put through their
paces by drum major George Rinard.
When the weather is warm, they can
usually be found cavorting on the field
after school. During activity periods
they meet in the Majorettes Club and
train candidates in the Fine art of twirl-
ing. Long may our majorettes Hourishl
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Paulmenn, T. Meekins, C. Como, j. Ford, F. Commaradi, B. Storton, J.
Stevens, B. Washington, B. Abbott. Second Row-Left to Right: Coach COX,
N. Tydings, N. Smith, T. Diamond, F. jones, S. Crandall, D. Olson, J. Easter-
day, R. Morgan, B. Maize, D. Palmer, C. Baldry, T. Bergen, T. Kelly.
Starting almost from scratch with only three lettermen return-
ing, we were a little dubious of the chances of our team this year.
Although they got off to a bad start, it didn't take Mr. Cox long
to get the boys in shape, capitalizing on excellent spirit where
experience was lacking.
After dropping their two openers they came back strong to win
the next three and tie the fourth in the series. They lost their
last game, which could have meant county laurels, to Glen
To sum it up, their record looks good, and with only two
men leaving the ranks we will again pick the Big Blue and
Maroon as a team to be feared next year.
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Front row left to right: V. Carr, P. Clark, H. Kelly, L. Springfield, B. Purdy
P. Wiedmann, B. Brown, G. Springfield, M. Hyatt, D. Newell. Second row: Hi
Lelihardt, Coach Wetherhold, Coach Rentschler, T. Bowles, D. Cook, M. Blew
J. Wirth, T. Dorsey, H. Sullivan, C. George, Miller, C. Bellum, M. Jennings
D. Reynolds. Last row: A. Calabrese, B. Kirchner, B. Kenherly, B. Joesting
G. Howard, T. Collins, I.. Simmons, P. Chaney.
All of us watched this new birth to the A.H.S. sports family rather closely
this year. Few if any of us were disappointed. The team split its season rather
evenly, winning two, tying one, and dropping two.
Few of the boys who went out had had much experience on the gridiron
before, but under the tutelage of Mr. Wetherhold and Mr. Rentschler they
came a long way from their debut at Cambridge to the thriller at Elkton Thanks-
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If we may stick our necks out, we predict that the Panthers of next year
will be a team that Annapolis will be proud to have around.
Cambridge ............ 6 ....,........... AHS 6
Dover .............,........ 7 ...,............ AHS 0
Havre de Grace ..,.. 6 ....,..,....... AHS 19
Westminster .,......,. 32 .,...,..,....... AHS 6
Elkton ..................,. 14 ............... AHS 19
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Captain of the sticks!
Well, the local lassies did it again!
The second year of held hockey at A.H.
S. saw the Lady Panthers win four out
of the six games played: one other was
cancelled because of inclement weather.
One loss went to the arch-rival Catons-
ville who defeated the A.H.S. eleven
last year and once this year, but re-
venge was sweet when, in the second
game with Catonsville this year, the
Crabtowners defeated the laurel-holders
by l-0, the score of their previous de-
feat. The second loss went to Kenwood,
a new opponent, in a pitched battle
fought for the District A Champion-
ship. The score was 2-l.
High scores on the team, which was
captained by Ardie Loughlin and
coached by Miss Margaret Wharton,
were Nora Collins and Betty Simmons,
each with three goals to her credit.
Betty Stuller was next with one tally for
the glory of old A.H.S.
STA RTINC LINE-UP
W'hite ,,..,..,,. ..,.... . . .. .,.... ,,.,..........., L .YV
Collins ....... ,,,,,,,,,, L ,I
Simmons ...., ..,,...,.,., C
Pfautz .,..,.... .
. ...... l Blair ,....... ..... 0 Ii. Bausum ..... .,..,.. L .H.B.
2 Blair 0 Laughlin C,H,B,
I Kenwood 2 Stuller R,H,B,
I. Bausum ....,.
Bark Ron'-Lefl to Righi: A. Logan, I. Bausum, B.
Phautz, B. A. Winter. Coach XN'harton, B. Deale. Middle
Ron'-I.efl lo Right: N. Collins, R. Young, B. Walker, B.
Stuller, ll. Simmons. Frou! Ron'-Left to Right: M.
Bounelis, C. White, A. Laughlin, E. Bausum, Asher.
Weber .........,., L.W.
Bush ..........,..... L.I.
Fradd ........., .,,.... C .
Horton ....,....... R.I.
Caldwell .....,,, R.W.
Beal ...,......., C.H.B
Gearing ...... R.H.B
Phipps .,.,.... L.F.B
Starlings ........,... G
Annapolis at Arundel, Anna 7:
Glen Burnie at Annapolis, Anna 35
G. B. 4.
Arundel at Annapolis, Anna. 5:
Annapolis at Southern, Anna 85
Southern at Annapolis, Anna 8g
Annapolis at Glen Burnie, Anna 83
G. B. 2.
Annapolis and Frederick at Ellicott
City, Anna. 25 Fred. 5.
Captain and high scorer!
The A. H. S. fieldball team again
copped both the County and District
3 Championships this year. Entering
into the State finals, they were defeated
by a stronger Frederick team by a score
of 5-2. However, the fighting females
need not be disappointed in their re-
cords, for they dropped only one game,
this to our old enemy, Glen Burnie.
Losing this game by a slim one point,
the Lady Panthers bounced back to
swamp the Burnians 8-2 on the latter's
home field! They did it again the next
day at Odenton in a tight battle that
- saw the local lassies come out on the
Standing-Left to Right: D. Phipps, P. Knode, J.
Starlings, E. Richardson, J. Klyman, P. Weber, Miss
Coggiano, H. Gearing S. Bush, J. Caldwell, B. A.
Parkinson, S. Garner, S. Berry, M. Beall. Kneeling-Left
to Right: S. Greenwell, P. Fradd, B. Horton.
top of a 4-3 score.
With Miss Lucille V. Coggiano steer-
ing them onto their victorious road, the
girls were captained by Penny Fradd
and managed by Elesa Konigsberg. The
year's high scorers were Captain Penny
and Pat Weber, ably aided by Madeline
y f Beall. our scrappy little half back.
Front: B. Kerchner. B. Kennerly, Jennings, E. Abat, Second: Ford,
B. joesting, B. Howard, M. Hyatt, H. Paulmenn, C. Como, H. Hall, M. Blew,
B. Storton. Third: Coach Cox, R. Sears, D. Como, VV. Mumford, Miller,
Two minutes to play'
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The varsity team made a good beginning this year by winning their Q ind qw
Hrst four g2l1llCS,4'lil'OIll this point on, they began to scatter iosses with d5 , 5' '
wins. The squad lost the county title to Glen Burnie only after a hard
Hght. They have defeated some of the teams that beat them last season
and promise to maintain their good record.
With Coaches Wetherhold and Cox at the helm, the boys have been
using the fast break interspersed with double pivot plays. They are well
suited to this style, because they are very fast. It is their speed upon
which they must rely when their general lack of height is apparent.
Their record at the end of the season will show some defeats, but it
looks now as if the average will top 500, a fair standing in high school
Nxet year's team will have a few replacements to make, for a number
of this year's starters are leaving. With material on hand, however, the
Blue and Maroon ought to be up front when basketball laurels are
passed out next season.
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Front: A. Loughlin, Bausum, B. Winter, P. Fradd, B. Horton. Second:
Coach Coggiano, S. Bush, P. Weber, B. Stuller, Starlings, S. Yost, Coach
Wharton. Third: T. Wuebbens, ll. Simmons, B. jones, S. Bush, C. White,
R. Young, B. Deale.
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With Miss Wharton and Miss Coggiano as capable coaches, Betty Ann
Winter as captain, and Beatrice Deale and Betty Simmons as managers,
the Lady Panthers have completed a very successful season. Getting under
way with a flourish that continued through their first four games, the
local lassies have proved their skill at the court game. Having lost four
out of six starts last year, the girls have molded themselves into a team
showing spirit and ability, this combination has brought them to the
fore in a number of contests.
The tean1's victories are due in no small part to the prowess of the
guards who stop their opponents' offensive threats. Betty Winter was
high scorer for the team as final tallies will show. Penny Fradd and
Evie Bausum also managed to crash the scoring column in almost every
Since only one senior leaves the squad this year, it looks as if next
season's Lady Panthers will have an outstanding team.
Bark Rowvb. jones, G. Stevens, H. Lingart, D. Rey-
nolds T. Kelly, F. jones, K. Belch, B. Mayes, R. Morier.
Middle Rout-l'. Bryon, M. Strange, Mr. Rentschler, C.
Bellam, A. Calibrese. Kneeling-F. Berry, A. Harvey, R.
Eoqfi' f ' Wauidf
Getting oil' to a bad start by winning
only one game thus far, the I.V. has been
up against and will continue to battle
with some of the toughest competitors
that can be found around here. They are
due to meet only two more teams. Under
Mr. Rentschler the capital berths on the
team go only to under classmeng thus ex-
perience is necessarily limited. The varsity
has added to the coach's woes by taking
some of the top artists to boost its own
With a poor record against them, the
boys' have shown a spirit that would be
admirable in a top-notch quintet. In
the Panther Cubs of the future we see a
squad combining this year's team spirit
and experience to develop ability to rise
above all comers.
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With almost no experienced group from
which to draw, Miss Burton has whipped
together a team that supplemented this
lack of experience with "fight." Only six
games have been scheduled, so the girls
will not have a chance to attain the poise
so valuable in winning and obtainable
only by playing.
Louise Murphy, the captain, has emerged
as high scorer for the team. Asche, Bach-
man, and Duval constituted the line of de-
fense: while it lay in the hands of Murphy,
Davis, and Moreland to score the points
for the starting line-up.
For Miss Burton, a newcomer to A.H.S.
this year, this is the hrst interscholastic
team. High hopes are held for next year's
squad, which will doubtless have acquired
both polish and team-work through dili-
Bark Row-F. Climes, S. Bachman, I. Ashe, B. Egan
S. Duval, Miss Burton. Middle Row-B. j. Harder E
Cadle, M. Festagallo, B. Wiess, P. Read, A. Fisher A
Kinney. Front Row-C. Davis, L. Murphy, A. Moreland
H. Donelan. K. Duckett.
Front Rmn-Left to Right: S. Anderson, J. Miller, D. Olsen, J. Stevens, R. Purdy, T. Dorsey, P. Wiedmann B
oestmg W. Lushby, G. Howard, M. Waterman, J. Cordel. Second Row: B. Abbot, D. Nichols, M.. Hyatt H
Kelly C Schmidt, C. Elsey, D. Reynolds, T: Kelly, K. Belch, R. Crosby, D. Miller, B. Bashore, M. Dimaggio R
Renfro Coach Cox.
Playing its first full schedule, the Blue and Maroon lacrosse team is
looking forward to the '49 season. Their schedule includes more experienced
teams, among them the Navy -I.V.g the latter game marks the Hrst time in many
years that a Naval Academy team has been among our Opponents. Interest
in the success of the stickmen is running high.
Claiming very little experience in the Indian game, Coach James Cox
has been learning as well as teaching and has relied on the assistance of several
local players to get the boys in shape for winning contests. With a large
turn-out, the reserves needed for the grueling gme have not been hard to
Find, and many boys are getting valuable experience. Thus we expect good
results this year and predict that a formidable team will take the field for
A.H.S. in 1950.
Front Row-Left to Right: B. Bryant, L. Turner, T. Meekins. R. Brady, C. Como, B. Storton, T. Sntphan.
Second Row: S. Stevens, A. Tomanio, M. Blew, J. Wirth j. Ford. Inst Row: H. Wood, M. Shoaf, P. Fullinwider,
P. Chaney, Hf Lenhardt, D. Burtis, J. Jennings, J. Staton, C. jones, CL. Springfield, CoCach Rentschler.
As IHOSt of last year's team returns this
season, the Panther baseball squad is hoping
to overshadow '48's dismal record by winning
a large percentage of its starts this spring.
Moving in as chief mentor, Coach Rentschler
is leading the boys thru their paces, concen-
trating particularly on hitting, which was one
of the big deficiencies of last year's nine. The
returning veterans are being used to temper a
group of rookiesg these boys, when polished,
should keep the AHS standards rising.
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On paper the Crabtown "diamonders" are
a power-house, but whether they can live up
to their potential strength remains to be seen.
So we turn our eyes to the AHS diamond with
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Bark Row, Left lo Right: P. Hill, P. Stockett, C. White, R. Young, S. Yost, Miss Burton. 4th Row: B. West-
phal, K. Goodall, 1. Donavan, Miss Wharton. 3rd Row: C. Connell, l'. Kennedy, B. jones, B. Winter, M. A.
Woolford. 2nd Row: D. Zepp, G. Richman, A. Laughlin, B. Dealc, B. Simmons. Front Row: N. Bishop, C.
Roberts, M. Bounelis, E. Bausum, Betty Horton.
The Lady Panthers got off to a good start this
year in softball by having a very large turnout
of girls for the sport. Though comparatively
new to Al-IS, softball has become extremely
popularg and a well-rounded schedule was
planned for this year.
Something new was added when V. and
Varsity teams practiced together to help iron
out difficulties and make two smooth running,
The schedule was high-lighted this year in
a game with the local Lion's Club. Though
our gang lost 13-15, there was plenty of fun
and good sportsmanship exhibited in the game
which had spectators holding their sides with
laughter. Funds for the Athletic Association
were received during the game by "passing the
hat" among the fans.
With no seniors leaving the squad this year,
it looks as if next year's team will be, if you'll
pardon the expression, a "hurndinger."
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Front Ron'-l.f'fl lo Righl: A. Hzirvy, D, Ford, F. Berry, M. Collins, K. Sears, .X. Clalalmrese, C. Clark. Back
Row: Coach Wilhcrliolil. ll. Como, llziker, C. lV0od, G. Bass, W. Mumford. .L Ilarkson, H. Sullivan, Schoocrafl,
D. llollulayoke, H. Nlclilclowny, 'l'. liighee, B. Kerchner, R. Gillespie.
About twenty hoys answered the call for
truck men :is the SPOIT went' into its inaugural
season here this spring. XVith four meets
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strides with sonic ol the clzissiest outfits to he " ?':2"s.'f 'swf A
lound close lay, :ind will represent AHS in al- K1-ggiij. ' "' ..-
niost every track :ind held event. Although
this is our initizil season, :ind llicilities at hand . t f.-.J 3- i j 'ff ' .i'-"f
are not adequate, hopes :ire high: :ind the if W W 'iii ' r
spirit ol the squad is good as it works out under lf' W e f . 'fig
the keen eye of Coach l'Voody XVCl1ll6I'ilOlLl. L Q, l , Q A.
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Front Row-Left 10 Right: B. Turner, P. Kaiser, S. Achenback, S. Berry. Second Row: A. johnson, j. Ward, j.
Caldwell, D. Bausmn. Third Row: S. Fredenburg, B. Sleller, Sig Bush, Sue Bush, V. Stephens.
With many new faces appearing on the
volleyball squad this year, at this writing the
results of the season are somewhat uncertain.
However, under the expert coaching of Miss
Luciel Coggiano and with last year's laurels
' to fall back on, the girls are looking forward
gy' I to their season's play.
' Their schedule, though it includes only
i four games so far, promises to provide fun and
excitement - perhaps the county title!
'7fzeq Macfe 14.Jf..S. 'young ancf Gay,
From Left I0 Right: Bill Xnderson, George Little, Dot Holzapfel, Virginia Bryars, Sheila
Stone, Marvin Shoal, jerry Segner, Nora Collins, Penny Fradtl, Elesa Konigsberg, Tom Collins,
Harry Nlcliltlowney, Mike lllcw, Margaret Barrington, Sally Marahle. Ellen Howard, George
The twinkling eyes, amused laces and hearty applause of
the audience were prool' positive that the '49ers' senior play,
"Our Hearts VVere Young and Gay", was a complete success and
well worth the time and ellort spent in producing it.
The cast will never lorget the fun they had at rehearsals and
the excitement and heart pangs when they "trod the boards" for
the lirst time. The property and Costume connnittees will long
renienlber trying to hnd Cardinal RiChelieu's bed and clothing
dating hack to the H23 Skidoou days.
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How 'bout "Our Hearts WVerc Young and Gay"?
"Who's got my shoes?"
Much of the success of the play is due to the
splendid Co-operation on the part of the fac-
ulty. Miss Kibler, the director, Miss Cox, our
class adviser, and many student-faculty Com-
mittees combined their efforts to rate 21 "well-
done" from all of us here at AHS.
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The mysteries of Zoology.
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Review Week!!! Gmtcha' HOW!
The 'Holy Grail"
IL Queenie and her friends
Higher and higher! MOM Faceful
The "Birthday Gang"
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We fight the Revolution Up and at 'em!
Don't run in the halls!
Five minute interlude.
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Had your vitamins
On the Honor Roll
Look! No Hngers!
Pick up that paper!
Out gocs thc bad air" . .
C311 the Air!
Big wigs in trig!
Look what we did!!
Richard Achenback '45
Mrs. Walton Achenbach
Charles B. Adams, Jr. '44
Dorothy Hambelton Ahlauser
Cmdr. A. Ahrens
jadie H. Allen
Mrs. j. B. Allston
Mrs. Jos. W. Alton
Mr. S. W. Anderson
Mrs. Ethel Andrews
Annapolis High School Glee Club
Miss jane Armiger '48
Miss Margaret E. Armiger '43
Mrs. H. E. Armiger
Mrs. A. W. Arndt
Donald Asher '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Benjamin Asher
Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis B. Asher, Sr.
Mrs. Francis P. Asher, Jr.
Mr. S. F. Atwell
Mr. Charles Atwell
P.F.C. Guy Aubrey '48
P.F.C. James Aubrey '48
Foster T. Augustine
Mr. George W. Ayscue
Bea Backer '44
V. H. Banks
Mr. john Baptist
Frances Fisher Bartlett
Mrs. Richard Bartlett
Mrs. Elena Baratelli
Mr. Thomas G. Basil
Mrs. Hurat Basil
Anita Basil '46
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. D. Bass
Evelyn Bausum '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. H. Baylitf
wm. H. Baylitf, Jr. '45
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. Clinton Bean
Mrs. C. Karlton Beard
Helen Belcher '48
Mrs. L. P. Belcher
Miss Frances Bennett
Frieda B. Benning
Mrs. A. H. Bergeson
john E. Berry, jr.
Suzanne Berry '50
Patric J. Betoney
Mr. Robert C. Bicker
Mr. Anthony Bischoff
Mrs. T. A. Bixler
Mr. Albert Black
J. D. Bland
Capt. 8: Mrs. C. L. Blew
Mike Blew '49
Nancy Blew '48
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ralph L. Bloor
Dr. Samuel Borssuck
Mrs. S. Borssuck
Cmdr. 8: Mrs. R. VE. Bourke
Mrs. john T. Bowers
Cmdr. 8: Mrs. R. P. Bowles
Mary Y. Bowles
Mrs. J. Bowttier
Mrs. Thomas Bowen
Owen Odell Bowen
Mrs. Dorothy Krapf Bowes
Mrs. Elizabeth Branham
Mrs. T. T. Branham
Rev. Orra N. Brant
Naomi L. Brewer
Mr. R. Tilghman Brice, III
Mrs. H. S. Brink
Margaret P. Breian
Raymond O. Brown
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. E. Bryars
Mr. 8: Mrs. William G. Bryant
Virginia Bryars '49
Mrs. Gladys T. Buck
Mr. George F. Buck
Prof. 8: Mrs. Newton Buerger
Mr. William Buffum
Capt. Sydney S. Bunting QRet.j
Mrs. Ruth C. Burdine
Mrs. Harold W. Burgess
Miss Mildred Burton
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Busch
Mrs. Gene Bush
Mrs. Charles Cadell
Mrs. E. E. Calder
Miss Sarah Callahan
Mrs. Colin Campbell
Miss Phirne Cantler
Henryetta W. Carpenter
Thomas P. Carpenter
Maude V. Carr
Mr. Virgil H. Carr
Mrs. Franklin M. Casey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas L. Carter
Luciel V. Coggiano
Mrs. R. Gardner Chaney
Mrs. Norvell P. Chapman
Mr. 8: Mrs. G. Characklis
Robert F. Church
W. R. Church
Mrs. John K. Clark
Mrs. Estelle O. Clark
Mary Lou Clark
Mrs. E. T. Collins
Anne Colburn '46
Jennie Colburn '50
Mr. E. A. Collins
E. T. Collins
Mrs. Roland E. Como
Walter C. Connolly
Mr. 8: Mrs. John M. Cook
Rev. Albert Cooper
Capt. 8: Mrs. William G. Cooper
Mr. Guy C. Cosway
Miss Katharine Cox
Mrs. Donald Vance Cox
Miss Cox's Eng. III Class
Mrs. Mildred Crosby
Mrs. W. Payton Cunningham
James R. Cutting
M. V. Darley
Frank M. Darley
Mrs. Thomas Dawson
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. J. Daugherty
Nancy Carol Davis
Mrs. Hunting Davis
Miriam Davis '50
Miss E. Davis
Mrs. E. E. Deele
Mrs. James M. Deem
Miss Florence DeL0ve
Ernest De Pietro
Mrs. Ethel Disney
Mrs. Olney L. Dodge
Mary H. Doepkens
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. M. Donells, Sr.
Mrs. Owen A. Dove
Mr. 8: Mrs. 0. Bowie Duckett
Mr. 8: Mrs. S. W. Duckett
Barbara Duckett '49
J. M. Dugh
Major 8: Mrs. G. H. Duncan
Mrs. William H. Duvall
Howard Lee Eisenstein
Mr. Richard H. Elliott
Lieut. A. B. Ellis
Mrs. E. F. Elliott
Miss Dorothy G. Every
Mrs. Grover Emrich
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles E. Eslinger
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. Farish
Duffy Farish '50
Mr. Steve Fondas
Cmdr. 8: Mrs. R. T. Fiala
The Fieldball Team
Shirley Fine '48
Mrs. Roland Fiske
Mary Louise Flood '49
R. M. Flunt
Mrs. Burleigh C. Fooks
Mr. Elmer A. Ford
Capt. 8: Mrs. J. E. Fradd
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Mrs. G. A. Frantom
Mr. Bernard H. Frantom
Mr. William Frantom
Mrs. J. H. Frantom, Sr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard Fredenburgh
Mrs. E. S. Freeman, Jr.
Claire W. Frenny
Mrs. R. M. Fulton
Allan W. Fulton, Jr.
Miss Eva Galloway
Mrs. Ernest Garner
Barbara Ann Glase
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. E. Glase
Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald C. Gilley
Mrs. James Goddard
Mr. Winson G. Gott, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. W. Giddings
Mrs. Nicholas H. Green
Meyer Green '48
Mr. Bobby Grimes
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. E. Goans
Mrs. Hazel D. Haas
Mrs. Chas. Haas
T. N. Hacker
Mrs. John Hall
Mr. 8: Mrs. Milton W. Hall
Mrs. I. E. Hall
Mrs. Laura Hall
Mrs. Hunter Hardesty
Mary Louise M. Halpine
Mrs. Edith Harley
Mrs. G. M. Harrington
Mr. Robert Hartge
Mrs. J. J. Haydon
Mrs. Garland Healy
Mrs. Paul R. Heineman
Richard Heintz '51
Mrs. Elmer Hennsberger
Wayne Higgs '48
Mr. 8: Mrs. James D. Hill
Pat Hill '50
Mr. Noah A. Hillman
Mr. Gilbert Holfman
Admiral 8: Mrs. J. L. Holloway, Jr
Mr. W. F. Hoopes
Miss Mary Hope
Shirley Ann Hopkins '48
Janith R. Horsey
Doris Horton '48
Betty Horton '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. F. Horton
Rear Admiral 8: Mrs. J. F. Hattel
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. Noble Howard
George Howard '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. A. Howard
Mr. 8: Mrs. John A. Howes
Rachel Hinaman Howde
Mrs. Mary Huffer
Mr. 8: Mrs. Atlee V. Huffer
Mrs. V. H. Huse
Mr. George Jacobs
Mr. Robert Jachens
Mrs. E. M. Jackson
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. M. Jackson, Jr.
Sheridan Paul James
Mrs. Virginia Jarboe
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alexander Jarrell
Mrs. W. A. Jefferson
Mrs. P. H. Jenkins
Judy Joesting '47
Beau Joesting '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. R. Joesting
C. W. Johnson, Jr.
Mrs. Edna Johnson
Mr. 8: Mrs C. S. Johnson
E. J. Jones
Philip Edward Jones
Warren D. Jordan
Mrs. Verona Joy
Mr. John T. Joy
Mrs. Robert C. Joy
Mr. 8: Mrs. John R. Kaiser
Mrs. Davis Kavanaugh
Wm. E. Kelly
Mrs. W. Thomas Kemp
Mrs. Georgia Kiorpes
Miss Eleanor Kephart
"Killers' Row" U.S.S. Kearsarge,
Blackie Kilray, Jr.
Miss Mary King
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry King
Mrs. Kinhart's Fifth period French
Dr. 8: Mrs. Howard A. Kinhart
Mr. George Klakring
Raymond L. Klakring
Jeanne Klappholz '48
Mr. Emanuel Klawans
Mary Alice Klein
Fannie B. Knode
Cmdr. 8: Mrs. A. Konigsberg
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. J. Kramer
Mr. R. N. La Chapelle
Allan J. Lamb
Mr. J. Landes
Mrs. Kenneth Lana
Benjamin J. Langley
Mrs. Claude Langston
Jeannine Lanham '50
Mrs. William K. Lanman
Alverda Duvall Lauer
W. E. Leatherbury, M.M.C.
Mrs. Stephen L. Lee
Mrs. Wilmer R. Lee
Mr. Charles F. Lee
Frances C. Lee
Miss Emily Lengle '43
Mr. 8: Mrs. Chris A. Lentz
Dr. Nathan Leonard
H. D. LeTourneau
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. Lewis
Cmdr. 8: Mrs. John D. Leichty
Dr. 8: Mrs. E. G. Linhardt
Frank G. Linhardt
Joseph E. Linshey
Joan Lipman '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Leon Lipman
C. W. Livingston
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. E. Long
Mr. Sam Lorea.
G. E. Lowman
Ardeth Loughlin '50
Mary Ann Luongo
Mrs. Walter Lusby
Carol B. Lynch
Mrs. Ralph MacDonald
Mr. M. R. Mankin, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. William Manning
Cmdr. 8: Mrs. H. H. Marable
Mrs. Henry Marciwiak
Ralph E. Marcoot
Mr. John R. Marshall
Evelyn Marston '48
Mrs. J. Cecil Martin
W. H. Mason
Cmdr. Foryth Massey
Mrs. S. A. Mayhew, Jr.
M, J. Mazza
M. B. B. C.
Rev. Burrett McBee
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. E. McCarter
Mrs. Robert E. McClenahan
Capt. 8: Mrs. Donald McC1ench
Mrs. L. D. McCormick, Jr.
Miss Betty McCormick
Miss Jean McCormick
Pat McCormick '48
Mrs. C. B. McCrane
Mr. 8: Mrs. B. J. McEldowney
Miss Elizabeth McNair
Mrs. Maurice E. Meade, Jr.
Prof. 8: Mrs. Wm. Mebane
Melvin E. Meekins '23
Helen T. Meekins '28
Mrs. Lillian C. Meiklejohn
Mrs. F. W. Meredith
Miss Mary Jane Metcalf
Miss F. Y. Meyett
Mr. Earl Miller
A. D. 'Miller
Mr. George Miller
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry W. Miller
Suzie Miller '48
Capt. 8: Mrs. Jesse W. Miller
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edgar E. Miller
Mr. 8: Mrs. Jack Miller
Miss Catherine Mitchell
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. C. Mize
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. Moesch
Mrs. G. P. Molden
Mrs. H. O. Monsen
Orma C. Monsen
Mr. James Montag
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. W. Moreland
Moe Morgan '48
Mrs. Florence Morgan
Ruth S. Moss
Mary Lou Mullen
Mr. Pete Munroe
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank A. Munroe
Mr. Henry M. Murray
J. L. Myers
William W. Neall
Rev. J. Luther Neff
Mr. Joseph G. Neiman
Mrs. J. Oppes Newton
Turk Newton '45
Joe Norfolk '47
Capt. 8: Mrs. R. V. Norgaard
G. W. Norris
Mrs. H. V. Nutt
Mrs. Evelyn Oaksmith
Mr. Alvin E. Oaksmith
Mrs. Alvin Owens
Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Owens
J. Robert Parkinson
William J. Paulus
Mr. 8: Mrs. B. Norris Paxson '45
Jane S. Phipps '41
Mrs. J. Pierce
Mr. 8: Mrs. James F. Pole
Jane Pole '50
Dr. J. Oliver Purvis
Mr. H. Pollack
Mrs. Simon E. Ramey
Harold Ravenscroft, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. E. Ravenscroft
Mrs. Charles H. Rawlins, Jr.
Mrs. M. Turk Orene Richman
Ellis B. Rinard
Floyd D. Rinby
Mrs. Erwin Roach
Mr. Nelson Roane
Mrs. T. G. Roberts
Mr. Thos. G. Roberts
Miss Betty G. Roberts
Mrs. J. B. Rogers
Mr. Nicholas T. Rosati
Tommy Russell 47
Dr. 8: Mrs. O'Neal F. Russell
Bob Russell .
Mrs. Ida Sachs
Dr. Henry H. Sadler
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. Santos
Mrs. Charles Satchell
Naomi Saunders '44
Mr. J. B. Scarborough
Mr. W. C. Schenck
Elizabeth M. Schenck
Mrs. William Schenck
Mrs. M. G. Schmidt
Mrs. Robert Schutte
Captain S. Seabring
Jack Sears '43
Edwin R. Seeders
Mr. 8: Mrs. T. B. Segner
Severna Park Bus
Mrs. Henry I. Scott
Col. W. G. Sheehan
Elizabeth W. Shetoline
W. M. Shoaf, Jr. '49
Sick Quarters, Bancroft Hall
Sigma Theta Phi, Round Bay
Ann E. Simmons
Mr. Mattin Skislak
Mrs. M. J. Skislak
Mr. W. T. Smith
Mary Tillard Smith
Mrs. A. I. Smith
Mrs. Leon W. Smith
Anthony G. Smith
Mary D. Smith
Richard D. Snead
Mr. J. L. Snuggs
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. W. Schwallenberg
Capt. 8: Mrs. H. A. Spanagel
Mack Sparks '48
Capt. 8: Mrs. W. R. Smedberg
Harry B. Stallings
William P. Starlings
Mr. William Stearns
Louise Stevens '48
Ervalee Stinchcomb '48
Peggy Ann Stockett '50
Mrs. B. F. Stockett
Mr. B. F. Stockett
Betty Stockett '50
Miss Dorothy L. Stockett
Mr. Paul Stoinoff
Miss Mary Stone
Cmdr. W. H. Stoeck
Mr. William F. Strohmeyer
Elizabeth Suit '46
Mrs. J. W. Suit
R. J. Swallow
R. J. Swallow, Jr.
Miss Jean Swartz
Mrs. Leon Sweeney
Mr. 8: Mrs. Tom G. Taylor
Jean M. Teall
Miss Dottie Teel
Prof. 8: Mrs. C. V. O. Terwilliger
Mrs. Amanda Tunis
Mrs. Lawrence Thompson
Mrs. Mary Tirschman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Trenery
Stanley Gene Tucker '46
Mrs. George F. Tucker
Beverly Turner '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. V. Tydings
Mrs. George T. Tyler
Mr. H. E. Uribe
Mr. C. J. Vickers
H. H. Voellinger
Albert F. Wagner
Capt. 8: Mrs. Edward K. Walker
Mr. 8: Mrs. Fred Walker
Lt. Cmdr. Lester Wall
Mrs. F. B. Walsh
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Walter
Mr. Robert Walters
Barbara Walters '51
Capt. 8: Mrs. Frank T. Ward
Carlton S. Waring
Ruth Washington '51
Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter j. Wassall
Mrs. Virginia Watson
Miss Peggy Wayson
Mr. B. F. Webster
Patric Weidmann '49
Dr. Frances C. Weitzman
Mrs. Mary E. Weishaar
Mrs. C. j. Weishaar
Dr. Robert S. G. Welch
Miss Sarah Bond Welsh
Miss Ruby Wells '49
Mr. Richard Wells
Mr. Pat Wells
Mrs. H. H. Whaley
Nellie E. Wielcraft
Mrs. Clarence M. White
Mr. Charles White
Mr. john O. White
Miles Y. Wickman
Mrs. Annie Laurie Wiegard
Miss Catherine Willcox
Mrs. j. F. Williams
Anne Williams '48
Audrey Williams '48
Mrs. S. E. Williams
Mrs. john Williams
Bobby Willis '50
Mrs. C. Gordon Wilson
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. T. 'Nilson
Betty Ann Winter '50
Carroll B. Winter '47
Zella B. Winter
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. E. Wireo
Mrs. Thomas W. Wood
Mr. 8: Mrs. Herman H. Woodfield
Mr. Daniel H. Woolford
Mary Ann Woolford '50
Bob Wooster '48
Miss Lillian Worthington
Miss Marion Yancey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert Zaino
R. 1. Zindorf, jr.
l0 "A Friend"
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THE CLASS OF '49
THE CLASS OF '50
" "Richer Ilflilk in the Cream Top Bottle"
The Annapolis Dairy Products Co.
PURE PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM
I C E
126 WEST STREET ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
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Congratulations Class 05 1949
The young graduate stands at the threshold of a long lifetime of pay checks.
Never again will the potential earning power be greater - 95W of your assets
are standing in your shoes now - LIFE INSURANCE is the bond to protect
all the pay checks you are ever to receive.
"To have it when you need it, you have to buy it when you don't"
"Too many people think opportunity is a chance to get money without earning it"
PURCHASING LIFE INSURANCE WHILE YOUNG MEANS
I. Lower 2. Larger 3. Increased 4. Years of
Premiums Investment Retirement Additional
Profits Income Protection
To take the IF out oi your Future - see
Cecil A. Johnston - I-lal I.. Darling
Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company
ANNAPOLIS DISTRICT OFFICE
47 MARYLAND AVENUE - TELEPHONE 2190
GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
Annapolis, Md. Glen Burnie, Md.
75 Maryland Avenue 9 W- B- 30 A- Bldg-
Phone 2000 Phone 1060
Ha man L tu I0
The negatives of all Portraits and Groups
in this book will be kept in our files
and may be Ordered from at any time
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Norman R. Bell CLASS OF 1949
CO. We welcome this opportunity to
wish you well and to invite you to
Brick Work Contractors visit
LSTHE HOME OF FAMOUS NAMES"
616 THIRD STREET Annapolrs Ut1l1t1ES
EASTPORT, MARYLAND Incorporated
Telephones 4888 and 4252 89 WEST STREET - ANNAPOLIS MD.
Arundel Laundry The J- F- 1011115011
f f f Lumber Co.
Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Storage U
Lumber - MlllWOTk - Paint
Hardware - Builders' Supplies
Scientific Rug Cleaning
SPA ROAD AND WEST STREET f , 1
Armapolisg Md. Glen Burnie, Md.
Dial 2343 Telephone 2337 Telephone 100
R O O F I N G
All types - Shingles
Composite - Built-up
Metal - Slate
Guttering - Spouting - Skylights
Sheet Metal Work - Ducts
Air Conditioning - Furnaces
C. A. L. Wilson
Nights - Sun. - Holidays 4061
31 FRANCIS STREET
We Call For and Deliver
ANNAPOLIS, OI.DEsT CLEANERS
Dry Cleaning - Pressing
Repairing - Storage
1801 West St. 201 Main St.
"HOLD THE LINE - CLASS OF '49
- THE BEST TO ALL OF YOU"
THE SANDWICH KITCHEN
1 1 1
SANDY POINT ROAD
Compliments to the Class of '49
228 'MAIN STREET
MONTAGUE - KYLE
School and Oflice Supplies
207 MAIN STREET
"Your Piano should be the best" Compliments
Keeney's Piano and Music Store
161-163 WEST ST., ANNAPOLIS, MD. of
ucmwing Thm Sf""feu FRENCH OLDSMOBILE, INC.
Hammond Solovox King-Olds Band
RECORDS 225 HANOVER STREET
Columbia - Victor - Decca - Capitol
All Latest Releases -
CONGRATULATIONS '49 Annapolls Maryland
When you think of Music, think of Keeney's
Carvel Hal1's facilities and service of
make parties successful. If you're
planning a party, a dinner, Or a THE OPEN DOOR TEA
dance - for yourself or your club
-Call us and let us do the worrying ROOM
CARVEL HALL 100 COLLEGE AVENUE
A SHERATON HOTEL Annapolis Maryland
BEST WISHES TO GRADUATES FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
OF '49 OF ANNAPOLIS
Compliments of Established in 1805
COUNTY TRUST COMPANY STRONG - SAFE - EXPERIENCED
OF MARYLAND Member of Federal Deposit
ANNAPOLIS MARYLAND Insurance C01-P,
Compliments ARUNDEL RUG CLEANERS
of Rugs and Upholstered Furniture
MEREDITH -ROANE Cleaned
CQMPANY, INC. We Store, Repair and
RC' Box 428 Location-Clean
Annapolis, Maryland WEST ST. AND SPA ROAD Dial 9135
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, of 1949
:T SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO.
'E Lincoln Mercury
:E 8 WEST STREET BERT SPRIGGS MOTOR SALES, INC.
E Annapolis, Maryland 28 West St. Phone 9234
:T 6 N. TAYLOR AVE. Comp lmems
:I -kHeating of
1' 'k Oil Burners
I 'A' Hot Water Heaters
1: irFue1 Oil F. P. ASHER, Jr. 8: SONS
' Prompt, Dependable Service
1 Dial 6421
if Best Vtlishes to the Class of '49 Good Luck
lf CLASS OF '49
1: JOESTING MOTORS
5 L I P M A N ' S
4, 172-174 MAIN STREET
I International Trucks Annapolis Maryland
1' JOI-INNIE'S Insurance
ff JAMES E. TUCKER
:g ESSO SERVICE STATION
5, LAFAYETTE AVE. AND WEST ST.
4' Phone: 3515 Fourteenth St., N.W.
Ig AUHHPOHS, MafY12Hd North 1632 Washington, D.c.
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BEAVERS AMOCO SERVICE
Washing, Polishing Expert
The World's Most Wanted Pen
185-187 MAIN STREET
For That Very Special Gift Occasion
Registered jewelers - American Gem
44 STATE CIRCLE
MAISEL - BROS. - INC.
MFG. and Dealers
SOUTHERN DAIRIES, Inc.
SEALTEST ICE CREAM
BIRDSEYE FROZEN FooDs
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H. M. SANDROCK CO.
SEVERNA PARK, MD.
PAU L'S RESTAURANT
Sec' Food and Steak Dinners
L'MARYLAND'S CAPITAL STATION"
1190 ON YOUR DIAL
Studios: Church Circle Sc School St.
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O Marine Engines - Inboard - Outboard
Sales and Service
G. G. MURPHY COMPANY COLUMBIAN
Propellor and Bronze Distributors
100 MAIN ST. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis 2492
TOWN HALL RESTAURANT
RIVA, MD. Tel. Annapolis 5636
If you're planning a Party, Dinner,
or Dance, for yourself or your club,
call us, we'1l gladly serve you.
OPEN ALL YEAR
U.S. Route 301 Phone:
South Shore 5169
CAPITOL AUTO SALES, INC.
1 1 1
176 WEST STREET
AND DE SOTO PLYMOUTH
INSURANCE "The House Built on the Square"
WEEMS SYSTEM OF NAVIGATION
227 PRINCE GEORGE STREET ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Aviation Ground School
Courses in Marine and Air Navigation
C and G.S. and H.0. Charts and Publications
WVatches - Navigation Instruments - Textbooks
JONES STATION, MARYLAND
MARY LOUISE BEAUTY SALON
ll MONTICELLO AVE.
AN NAPOLIS DECORATORS
G. T. SHERWOOD 8C CO
2511 EVERGREEN AVE.
HAmilton 2842 Baltimore 14
ANNAI-oLIs HIGH's OWN
FOR GOOD FOOD AND DRINK
275 WEST STREET
Chris S. Psemadakis
GLADDING MOBIL SERVICE
SIXTH ST. EASTPORT, MD.
171 West St. Annapolis, Md.
VEGETABLES - FRUITS
"The Best Grown"
FARM PRODUCE FRESH DAILY
Eocs - FRESH FROZEN FOODS
ROLAND A. BROWN
At the City Mkt. Annapolis, Md.
SEVERNA SERVICE STATION
Cor. Ritchie Highway
Old Annapolis Road
SEVERNA PARK, MARYLAND
Phone: Annapolis 6205
TUCKER AND MCGINTY
Gasoline and Groceries
SEVERNA PARK BAKERY
Fresh baked Proprietor
Goods at 12 noon Ronald Giddings
Phone 6340 for prompt service
KNICKMAN'S PAINT STORE
Sole Agency for
Wetherilllv Atlas Paint Products
In Annapolis and vicinity
108 WEST ST. Annapolis, Md.
JOHN M. DAWES and SONS
Hardware - Paints - Oils - Varnishes
Plumbing - Electrical and Boat Supplies
COR. RANDALL STREET 8a MARKET SPACE
M A Y E R ' S
ESSO SERVICE CENTER
I. Bird - Mgr.
Complete Outfitters for Gents,
Ladies and Children
B A E R ' S
Our Easy Payment Plan is at
20 MARKET SPACE
For Delicious Sandwiches
Beverages, Milkshakes, etc.
s and s EEO.
THE HOFFMAN SCHOOL OF DANCE
4112 ARKANSAS AVE.
VVash. Taylor-2841 Annapolis-2742
QUICK'S SEVERNA PARK
SEVERNA PARK, MD.
E. J. KRAMER
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COLONIAL JEWELRY CO.
"For enduring quality and friendly service"
47 MARYLAND AVE.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 1949
ANNE ARUNDEL CANDIES
GIFTS OF DISTINCTION
82 MARYLAND AVENUE
LITTLE CAMPUS INN
63 MARYLAND AVE.
Fountain Annapolis, Md. Sea Food
Service A Specialty
CIRCLE FLOWER SHOP MEADE STUDIO
M A S C PORTRAITS
I ARYLQND VE. AT KATE lrkclifd 43 MARYLAND AVENUE
Dial 225 Imapo ls' ' Phone 4013 Annapolis, Maryland
THE POWDER PUFF
E. CHURCHILL MURRAY
Beauty Shop ANNAPOLIS MARYLAND
39 MARYLAND AvE. Annapolis, Md. Phone 2678
SEVERNA SUPER MARKET
"Clover Farm Store"
CLIFF DAWSON'S STORE
SEVERNA PARK MARYLAND SEVERNA PARK, MD.
Dial Annapolis 0788
TOMMY'S GARAGE Compliments
"AT YOUR SERVICE"
Automobile Repairing - Parts
Accessories - Lubrication
Amoco American Gas
Thomas J. Coale Three Mile Oak JOHN M. and
Prop. Annapolis, Md.
Compliments of Compliments
ANNAPOLIS FLOWER SHOP
"TRADE WITH TRADER"
Concrete Products Co.
Somebodylv Birthday is Coming!
of YORK PASTRY SHOP
HOPPING FUNERAL HOME 210 YVEST ST. Phone 6978
Com liments of
ANNAPOLIS ARMY 8: NAVY V' H' H U S E
SURPLUS Your Ford Dealer
149 WEST STREET
Phone 2660 Annapolis, Md. ANNAPOLIS' MD'
GARY DANCE STUDIO
Instructions in Modern Ballroom
S. KOTZIN COMPANY
Dancing . .
Fox Trot - Waltz - jitterbug - Rumba Samba Wholesale Distributors
Private and Class Instruction ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
161 WEST ST. Phone 4253
GLOBE FURNITURE COMPANY VENETIAN BLINDS WINDOW SHADES
238 WEST STREET UPHOLSTERING
CITY AWNING CO.
Phone 2733 1311 WEST' STREET
Telephone Annap. 9231 BEST WISHES To THE
of CLASS OF '49
HARRY'S MOTOR SALES
90 COMPROMISE ST.
Harry M. Gilden Annapolis, Md.
HOME ROOM 205
"'Flowers for all Occasions"
THE ACADEMY FLOWER
Lester B. Wayson, Prop.
139 PRINCE GEORGE ST. ANNAPOLIS, Mn.
Res. Phone 4409. Bus. Phone: 3200
OWENS BROS. GROCERY
C. U L L I M O R E ' S
Let us print your Calling Cards
HALLMARK GREETING CARDS
400 FOURTH ST. EASTPORT
122-128 Doclc ST. Annapolis, Md.
Tel. Severna Park 42
OLD ANNAPOLIS BLVD.
Severna Park, Md.
MY HIDE-A-WAY RESTAURANT
Melvin W. Madary, Prop.
Chicken Dinners Our Specialty
Severna Park, 245 Severna Park, Md.
Lyle Vain john H. Brunner Jack Sineath
BELVEDERE RADIO SERVICE
Everything in Electronics
Television Sales and S1-uice
Phone H0pkins 8613 or South Shore 2434
513 MCCABE AVENUE Baltimore 12, Md.
ANNAPOLIS NEWS AGENCY
j. B. Moore, Distributor
Batteries Tires Accessories
Road Seroi ce
CAPITOL SERVICE STATION
COLLEGE AVENUE AND BLADEN ST.
MAYO, MARYLAND John C. Behlke Dial
Manager Annapolis 3125
of VENTA GLASS WINDOWS sf DooRs
. , T james Norman Brooks, Distributor
PEESERS RESTAURAN ARNOLD, Mn. Annapolis 5505
C0mplimCI1lS BASIL'S MEAT MARKET
of F. Wilmer Basil, Mgr.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
CAPITOL CITY FLORISTS
Housewares Gifts Appliances
THE HOME APPLIANCE CO.
'Makers of Happy Homes
51 WEST ST. Telephone 6488
CARVILLES PHARMACY Compliments
252 WEST STREET - ANNAPOLIS MD. LAUNDRY
Telephone West River 3602
PETE MILLER'S GARAGE
General Repair Work
FAWCETT BOAT SUPPLIES
407 FOURTH ST., EASTPORT, MD.
DAVIDSONVILLE ' MARYLAND Two Blocks from Spa Creek Bridge
Compliments Telephone: West River 3611
of Annapolis 5782
CARVEL HALL BEAUTY FRANK S- DUCKETT
SALON Electrical Contractor
Katie Karangelen, Prop. DAVIDSONVILLE - MARYLAND
R U T H
161-A Main St.
Ruth K. Rosenbloom Annapolis, Md.
STRANGE and WHITE
Clothiers - Haberdashers
155-157 MAIN STREET
HOPKINS FURNITURE CO. WQLLMANS 31-10153
Home of Better Furniture '
Home of Advertised Brands
123-127 MAIN ST., ANNAPOLIS, Mn.
Phone 4551 129-131 MAIN ST. Dial 3372
GOOD LUCK COMPLIMENTS
SARA EDWARDS APPAREL OF
T H E L E A D E R
164-166 MAIN STREET
' Compliments Established 1858
of W. H. THOMAS Sc CO. I
MCCREADY and COMPANY Complete 0Hlhtt61'S for Men and Boys
112-114 MAIN STREET 141-143 MAIN STREET, ANNAPOLIS, Mn.
Annapolis Maryland Telephone: Annapolis 2221
Eyes Examined Daily 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. JESS RADIO AND ELECTRIC
THE COLUMBIA JEWELRY CO- FRANCIS STREET AT MAIN
jewelers - Watches - Diamonds - Opticians Annapolis Maryland
Iss MAIN STREET '
Compliments of Compliments
149 MAIN STREET PHOTO SHOP
Guy H- Rapson, Mgr- 151 MAIN STREET
Dial 4211 Artists' Supplies Z I F F ' S
R. E. STRANGE and SONS FOR TEEN AGE
Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes JUNIOR Maigg FASHIONS
159 M-AIN STREET Where Francis meets Main Street,
AUUHPOIIS, Maryland Annapolis, Maryland
CHARLES F. LEE
Real Estate and Insurance
if Automatic Bottle Gas Ranges
if Automatic Bottle Gas Water Heaters
if Automatic Servel Gas Fefrigerators
THE ARUNDEL GAS COMPANY
EDGEWATER MD. Phone Annapolis 2134
The Metered Bottle Gas that is
Fast - Clean - Safe - Economical
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B E R M A N ' S HENRY M. MURRAY, Agent
"Shop of Quality" INSURANCE
186 MAIN STREET TowNs - WORTH BUILDING
Everything to wear for the Girl Grad SOUTH STREET
Exclusive but not Expensive Phone 2525 or 4004
Dial 2555 Phone 9222 SNYDER BROTHERS
Hardware, Paints and Plumbing Supplies
THE HENRY B- MYERS CO- ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Direct Factory Distributors for
45-59 WEST STREET B. F. Goodrich Co., Tires 8: Rubber Products
Annapolis Maryland 25-27 WEST STREET Annapolis. Md.
S H A C K ' S Compliments
DRESSES - CoATs - MILLINERY of
37 WEST ST. Annapolis Md.
' CAPITAL H
Sole Agent for Mojud Dependable S OE STORE
Hosiery 35 WEST ST. Annapolis, Md.
TCICPMPC 2684 HOPKINS PHARMACY
JOSEPH D. LAZENBY Prescription Pharmacists
Real Estate and Insurance Quality Drugs
215 MAIN STREET so WEST STREET - Annapolis, Md.
AHH2P01iS, Maryland Phones: 1010 - 893
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings Compliments of
The Store for the Lad and his Dad since 1908
46-48-50 WEST ST. Phone 3600
' BEST WISHES
G O R D O N ' S ANNAPOLIS LAUNDRY and
"THE STORE FOR CHILDREN" PLAN5lfnfT?A3ig?l AVE
Branch Store - l9y2 West St.
Dial 9090 Compliments of
SMITH'S CLEANERS FIRESTONE HOME and AUTO
PLANT - WEEMS CREEK SUPPLY
Convenient Locations 272-274 WEST STREET
900 Block West St. 433 Fourth St. Eastport W. F. Flood sc Son Inc
Compliments L O R E N S .
of Apex Kresky
Appliances Oil Floor Furnaces
J. -IT. Kelvinator
l0ll-1013 WEST STREET
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURvEYoR James A. Lorens Annapolis, Md.
R. E. COONEY
270 WEST ST. Phone 3829
Phone 2651 Annapolis
WEST STREET AND SPA RoAD
Annapolis 4751 Annapolis, Md.
PRINTING 8a STATIONERY CO.
286 WEST STREET Annapolis 6660
MARBERT MOTORS, INC.
P O N T I A C
SALES and SERVICE
261 West Street Phone 2335
THE PARSONS COMPANY
220-222 MAIN STREET
Phone 4566 Annapolis, Md.
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.
THE HOLIDAYOKE COMPPANY
Millinery - Wools
181 MAIN STREET
ANNAPOLIS BUICK COMPANY
240 WEST STREET
REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE
HOTEL MARYLAND BUILDING
Dial 2241 Diamonds Remounted
Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry
180 MAIN STREET Annapolis, Md.
"Hello, is this 2625? I'd like you
to take my order, please, for
delivery .... " That's STOKES,
206 Main Street, you're calling
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without sacrificing quality. For all sorts of
fancy foods and groceries, and such household
items as Pyrex-ware, mops, brooms, etc., it's
SAMUEL S. STOKES. Call today.
L. P. MUSTERMAN
197 IIIAIN STREET Annapolis, Md.
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