Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1950
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We, the staff ofthe 1950 "Wake", present a
' of the day's events at Annapolis High School
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WA K E
ANNAPOLIS HIGH SCHOOL 1 G
Circulation M anag
Mris. THOMAS CARPENT
MRS. HOWARD KINHART
MRS. EDWARD OWENS
TAB LE OF CONTENTS
N ' ADMINISTRATION
Although he has been a member of the faculty, and therefore not un-
familiar to us, this is Mr. Fowblels first year as our principal. It is to him,
his sincere leadership, and warm personality that we, the seniors, dedicate
ALBERT W. F OWBLE
Education is a continuous growth because it is life, and life is full of experiences.
The fuller we make our lives, therefore, the greater the experiences, consequently, the
more we grow.
Education has been defined as "the process by means of which the individual
acquires experiences that will function in rendering more efficient future action." If you
live by the above definition, your conduct in the future will show how much education
you have acquired. Your conduct may not be affected noticeably by the history or
science facts that you have learned, because often such facts are soon forgotten. How,
then, does your high school training carry over into the future? I feel sure that if
you have acquired good habits of study, of application, of clean thought and speech, you
have something that will function in your later life.
Ask yourselves such questions as these: What will I be like ten years hence?
Am I measuring up to the ideal man or woman that I want to be? Does my prospec-
tive vocation offer opportunities? Have I exhausted every means to better myself?
In what ways can I better serve my community?
We know that it is natural for us to grow mentally, morally, and physically all
at the same time. In order that we do not degenerate in any way, we must be physically
active, mentally alert, and morally aware. Possessing these attributes, we will give
our best to life and reap its richest rewards.
FRED L. ALEXANDER
FOSTER T. AUGUSTINE
LAWRENCE P. BONARI
MARY BELLE ALLEN
HENRYETTA W. CARPENTER
LUCIEL V. COGCIANO
JAMES J. COX
MARY KATHARINE COX
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NAWCH H01 HQTRASSILR
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CHARLES DI FAZIO
S. HAR ODD FURMAN
MARY ELEANOlR KEPHART
KATHARINE M. KIBLER
MILDRED H. KINHART
ROBERT I". KUNKLE
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LORENE C. MARKING
STELLA M. MORRIS
HILDA L. MUSTERMAN
Secretary to the Principal
LIN ABELLE N ICELY
DOROTHY L. NOBLE
GEORGE W. NORRIS
Ninth Grade Core
inth Grade Core
MARY ALICE OWENS
BRUCE I. RENTSCHLER
J. CALVIN ROGERS
Director of Attendance
MARGARET P. SHEPHERD
NORWOOD S. WETHERHOLD
MARGARET H. WHARTON
HAZEL S. WILSON
AT 8:00 A.lVl. the school begins to awaken when
our first 'commutersf arrive. We carry on our
familiar routines until the buses return at 3:15.
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Firsc Row: Miss J. Horsey, M. Holmes, P. Hoyt, R. Fillman, C. Lawson, B. Caufman, K. Ducketl, B. Hedges,
L. Norwood, A. Howard. Second Row: H. Hubbard, H. Ferguson, B. Goddard, J. Earle, C. Goodman, L.
Hambruch, J. Labovitz, M. Heisler, H. Kohr. Third Row: G. Murcliake, L. Haneke, J. Hicks, J. Jones, Z.
Johnson, R. Finkle, C. Knight, S. Forest, E. Grunlowicz B. Jordan. Brick Row: B. Hull, li. Jamar, J. Howard,
D. Jacobs, P. Ceiman, C. Millard, B. Micliaclson, D. Mycra.
CLASS OF ,53 'By the dawnls early light'
Kitty Duckett ...... Secretary-Treasurer
Frank Walsh .,.. ..,....... P resident
Rose McCutchan . . . . . Vice-President
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First Row: D. Purdy, D. Thoinas, S. Rawlings, M. llurry, M. Mayhew, H. Rowe, J. Tico, R.O. Cann, T.
Wiley, B. Crawford, P. Recd. Second Row: Miss Burton. J. Windsor, K. Thompson, Nl. Nunn, H. Parkinson, D.
Polk, D. Fradd, B. Pennington, J. Phipps, E. Neinith. Iliirfl Row: R. Wooltord, J. Sample, P. Rawlings, C
Whitten, J. Tucker, F. Walsh, S. Olson, T. Coble. Last Row: A. Wainrighl, A. Lissberger, E. Oaks, J. Suil, F
Wilson, H. Swallow, C. Wayson.
Me of '53
6The pause that refreshes'
First Row: Mrs. Shepherd, C. Russillo, B, Rogers, P. Townsliend, P. Roberts, D. Wolstenhome, K. Somers
N. Sears, E. Sweeney. .Second Row: E. C. Suit, S. Wright, B. Schurr, J. Wildoner, E. Shovestul, L. Robbins
A. Williams, B. Wilson. Third Row: J. Windsor, B. Wiggins, L. Vandenburgh, B. Schmidt, A. Wavra, .I
Riddleberger, R. Taylor, J Suit, M. Witt. Bark Row: N. Volker, P. Bell, S. Allen, V. Rowe, F. Williams, B
Westervelt, R. Walton, U, Spangler.
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Orders of the day
First Row: Mrs. Owens, W. Bice, C. Beavin, B. Barry, Ll. Britton, J. Branze-ll, U. Bloor, K. Block, A. Bender,
K. Bentley, A. Barnes. Second Row: P. Bloom, E. Bowman, lx. Dean, M. l53.llSlIIIl, IJ. Barnes, M, L. Bauer
J. Belch, M. Barr. Thirrl Row: O. Beall, R. Basham, D. Barker, l. Asclle, Cl. Alwell, M. Bethel, B. Braxnlslv
Fourth. How: G. Bjorntwedt, 5. Brink, W. Brandenburg, C. Rvich, M, Bruce, C. Barnes, 'l'. Brooks. Fifth Row
K. Adams, H. Kenney, W. Brown, R. Beavers, ,I. Klyman.
She'll never make it-
'Here comes Santa Claus---7
First Row: Miss Gall, W. Cadell, E. Coble, ll. Coale, T. Carter, J. Farrell, C. Canller, S. Bryan, C. Connell
Second Row: N. French, C. Cammarala, C. Dodson, M. Cusack. H. Donaldson. C. Brittan, E. Fowler, A. Caldwell
C. Durling. Third Row: W. Franz, M. Butler, I. Brashears, W. Bailey, S. Corkum, A. Harvey, J. Hopkins, B
Burris. Fourth Row: A. Could, J. Bryars. J. Crutchfield, P. DiMaggio, E. Cadle, T. Clark. Last Row: C. Bunker
T. VanPelt, P. Harkins. P. Henry, W. Carr, C. Holland.
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Main hall eye-catcher
Weill help, tool
First Row: Mr. Olson, H. Millard, L. Emrick, G. Cary, B. Sappington, P. Sahel. Center Row: Wilker-
son, M. Whittington, C. Voight, B. Isobaker, G. Herold. Back How: N. Alwell, B. Purdy, R. Miler, L. M
While, R. Kirchner, R. Troll.
Shop majors aid sports
First Row: Mr, Norris, E. Pennington, E. Hooper, F. Barlowe, A. Wade, B. Brady, J. Collins. Second Row
C, Whittington, P. Voinche, M. Prewetl, B. Buser, S. Peterson, T. Clark. Back Kow: A. Doyle, G. Bc-all
D. Williamson, F. Gardner, L. Phipps, R. Taylor, ll. Smith,
lfaey lffae mafkufa
Regardez le tableau-noir.
First Row: Miss Swartz, W. Sherbert, A. May, L. MacMurray, S. Jones, A. Kinney, R. McPherson, V. Riley, C. Sher-
bert, R. Ross. Second Row: V. Lichtenberg, M. Moreland, R. McCu1chan, E. Riggins, E. Pugh, J. Roberts, C.
Smith, S. Mason, C, Munday. Third Row: W. Saunders, E. Schultz, D. Speicher, J. blurges, J. Sewell
T. Shores, W. Paul, M. Sears, B. Phipps. Fourth Row: D. Pangle, D. Stokes, A. Joy, R. Collins. R
Sears, H. Miller, W. Reid.
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First Row: Miss Yancey. A. Calabrese, H. Donelan, C. Delarlric-r, M. Davis, L. Dawson. A. Doyle, J. Dymenl
Nl. Forbes, N. L. Hanna. Center Row: N. Elliott, D. Ducke-It, E. Ford, M. Fvstagallo, H. Lewis, B. Egan
9. Duvall, N. Buerger. R. Callie, M, Dye. Back Row: I-'. Cartivr, N. Cooper, R. Croshv. P. Downing, B
Chance, H. Richardson. V. Conway, B. Carter.
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CLASS QF '52 Junior Librarians,
Jimmy Baker ....,........,. President
Donna Lape ........ Secretary-Treasurer
Katherine Leanos ..,... Vice-President
Irs! Row: Mrs. Wilsun, D. Scars, M. Smith, P. 'l'urnv,r, S. Waterman, B. Schaeffer, K. Sinninger. E.
lrevvlt, M. Taylor, B. Weiss. Secular! Row: A. Stallings. J. A1-ilnlann, C. Tolan, L. Windsor, ll. Sherald, S.
lieppenhagen, Al. Wilson, lj. J. Saunders, J. Snugg, I.. Scilmlc-. Thin! Row: D. TllOlHpSUl'1, li, Sarlus, R.
Windsor, A. Tucker, C. Smith, B. Walters, H. Sas, li. 5llf'l'lflHIl, K. Wayson, P. Wilson. Fourth. Row: Ll.
N ' f R R l ck B. Williams, J. Wolfe.
'urnc-r, B. Stallings, C. Slevvns, J. Simmons 'lf Stewart. J. 5CllOUL'I'3l, . ossia ,
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Sinvs. r-osiilvs, tangents
bhadeg of F,
First Row: Mies Nicely, D. Jackson, N. Hood, B. Herzog, IL. Harliaugli, R. Jones, E. Hopkins, J. Jones
M. Ford, L. bord, J. Ferris. .Svcwzd Kow: G. Habecker, G. Heinbuch, M. Llliolt, U. Galloway, 15. Harder, R
Lilers, LS. Hays, li. Johnson, A. Hardesly, H. Gardner. fhird Row: G. Nalley, G. Harbold, A. Kalscf, B. Hoyt
G. Magruder, J. Henneberger, G. Evans, H. Isobaker, L. Hendricks. fuurlli Haw: J. Halstead, R. Hinshaw
U. Holidayoke, C. lingleman, C. Heise, W. Graham, W. Haworth.
Let's trade faces.
First Row: Miss Marking, H. Campbell, H. Beyerlein, M. Beyerlein. L. Boettcher, C. Bell, E. Basiliere, J. Beans
B. Brashears. S. Brice. Second Row: M. L. Christenson, M. Asher, B. Aorilio, D. Cook, F. Berry, R. Carrion, A.
M. Ballman, M. Bland, C. Davis. Third Row: F. Boswell, A. Bentley, D. Daniels, B. Atwell, M. Ball, K. Bar-
ber, S. Adams, P. Bell. Last Row: A. Casey, S, Bachman, P. Wolod, B. Abbott, J. Alvanos, J. Brooks, J. Baker,
D. make fadlinq impfzeuia . . .
HA stitch in time . . "
The strains of gflapanese Saud-
First Row: Miss Kephart, C. Kautz, J. Nluore R Vlonlalhano C Moldcn R Lank N Ki E L D
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Lape. Second Row: A. Moreland, N. lxratt, L. Latimer, IX. Lcanos, D. Miicto, S. L. lewis, A. Kohler,
M. Lewis, J.,Kerr. Tzhrd Row: I". Klinlcs J, .Judd, 5. Moreland, Ii. Kennerly, A. Kahn. '1. Martin, W
lxiawans, C. Knight. Fourth Now: J. Jennings, B. Marlin. K. Love, IJ. Jones, Ii. Joyce, H. Leo, D, Miller
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First Rout Mr. Kunklv, 5. Wvmlurff, H. O'Cain, J. l7ur1Iy, L. Murphy, I7. Pappas, J. Own-115, J. AIQPI'
A. Morris. Lenlvr Kozvz J. Recd, R. Poif, D, Crunlowivz, A. Jordan, I". Rr-eel, M. Pumpllrey, A. Carr. J
Llegler, D. '1olsuu, M. Putnam. lfuc'!.' Row: F, Nr-vs:-, J. lmyvr. r. rm-mlm-I, NN. Hughvs, IJ, .Nlillr-r, N. Murphy
J, Fc-rry, J. Purdy, R. Moyer. -
' fmefience M fell'
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First Row: Mrs. Lee, C. Basil, S. Anderson, ,I. Asher, M. Bounclis, E. Britton, L. Browse, L. Blades, 5. Bu
Center Row: W. Beall, C. Beall, J. Caldwell, T. Wuebbens, ti. Basil, F. Bigby, T. Abato, W. Boushal, B
Baldree. Baclf Row: 5. Bush, H. Brown, B. Burns, I. liausuin, J. Bromley, Al. llrasllears, E. Adams,
CLASS UF '51
,lane Carr ...,...,...... Vice-President
jimmy Marston ............ President
Betty Stuller ....... Secretary-Treasurer
First Row: Miss Hoke, F. Farole, E. Daggett, J. Emerick, M. Cooley, J, Donovan, R. Eucarc, J. Frantom
M. Cantler, N. Caracoic. Lerner Row: R. Lonnell, C. Uaviclson, Ll. Looper, W. Donald, P. Dawson, B
Colassard, Bl. Collins, ll. Cook. Back Row: R. liyler, J. haste-rclay, W. l53I'lf'llIllQ'S, l'. Clark, C, De-mas, P
Byrnes, U. Como. X
Husbands to be l
Stacking up the tricks
First Row: Mr. Bischoff, B. Grollcr, M. Golclsborough, K. Herbert, 5. Harcie1', J. Hopkins, D. Jackson, P
liayborn. Center Row: F. Gray, H. Gates, R. Hulzapic-1, N, Hilprcchl, J. Hombf-rg, G. Ford, P. Elliott
Back How: A. Higgs, J. Finkic. T. .lone-S. 1'. Luntvr, 1. lxvlly, M. Hyatt.
'7fze '51 11-ing,
Argylcs for our guys
b iol R L Young, Xl. Willianis, B. lllrott. M. Wlcidv
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First Row: Mr. Bonari, M. Williams, C. Wliitu, '. 5, . .
mann, ti. Walters. Center Kow: D, Zepp, J. A. Weston, M. Wickman, U. W eslpbal, l. Wcslp 4 , . ,.
" N H M. E. Webb, D. Todd, B. Weslphal, Back Row: L. Winvgarrlner, N. Wt-lls, W. Mintz, L,
' ' '. W'ndsor, B. Vvrmillion.
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Williams, L. Weber, P. Wilson. J, Murchake. In 1
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First Row: Mrs. Kinliart, C. Mcfllanallan, B. Manning, B. Leitch, G. Parker, J. Miller, P. Lynn, B. Pfaulz
H- MOFBHH, B- Jones. Center Row: D. Pennington, J. Marston, H. Mason, G. Schultz, J. Mason, A. Miller.
li..1'urdy, 'l'. Morton, li Mulligan. Back Row: F. Keeney, J. Jensen, K. Nichols, W. Mumtord, N
Phlppsi J- Lf'1Yng, R- Paige, U. Parkinson, K. Riley, D. Olson.
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new has been 1 e returns.
First Row: Miss Hicks, A. Calabrese, F, Stevens, N. Reppenhagen, T. Sheridan, D. Terry, B. Svolos, A.
Sears, K. Sears, C. Schmidt, B. Sherman. Center Row: M. Sherald, lil. Stockett, J. Springfield, B. Simmons
L. Stevens, N. Stine, M. Stone, D, Phillips, B. Stuller, D, Tackffn, N. Smith, BHCII Raw: B, Sheridan, J.
Stevens, C. Tack, B. Sorrell, G. Springfield, R. Taylor, R. Sears, J. Staton, G. Tyler
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"lt all comes back to The Stars -1
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Seated: Miss Kibler, E. Much, H. Fisher, J. A. Reichel, M. Moon
J. Ramey, Standing: A. Logan, J. Carr, A. Brice. N. Bishop, D. Lloyd
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3:15 and all's well.
JOSEPH THOMAS MEEKINS-President
. . . Our southern gentleman class president . . . Tom-
my wants to be an engineer. ACTIVITIES-lrlomeroom
Representative l, Class president 4, Participation in as-
semblies 3,4, Traffic Squad officer 4, Varsity Basketball
4, Varsity Football 4, Varsity Baseball 3,4, Varsity Soccer
2,3, lntramural Softball l, lntramural Basketball 2,3.
LEE ROY TURNER JR.-Vice-President
. . . A bit bashful but a born leader . . . Lee will
make a snappy-looking nndshipman next year. AL.llVl
'l'll:,5Al'lomcroom representative 1, Class President 15
Class vice president 2,4, Assembly Committee Z Pdfll
cipation in assemblies Z, Stunt Night 1, 'lraffic Squad
4 ,Orchestra l,2, Jr. Prom Chairman 3, leli-1 1,2 Allied
Youth 3, Varsity Basketball 3,4, Varsity Baseball 34
lntramural Softball 1, Intramural Basketball l.
MARTHA ANN ADAlVlS-Secreta1'y- Treaszuel
. . . Dancing and souvenir snatching occupy Mars
leisure moments. . . hopes to join the Navy and see the
world. AC'llVl'l'llib-Class Secretary-Treasurer 4 WAKE
V Circulation Staff 3,4, TALLY-H0 Staff 3, TALLY-HO Busi
ness btall 3, 'IALLY-H0 Head Typist 4, Stunt Night .5
Uttice Helper 3,4, Junior l'rom Committee 3 Nocial
Committee l,2,3, btudent Legislature alternate 4
SHIRLEY DOLORES ACHENBACK
. . . Shlrl hopes to become a nurse . . .her cap's set for
some handsome doctor. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Make-up Staff 3,
WAKE Circulation Staff 4, Assembly Committee 2,3, Participation
in assembles 2,3, Stunt Night 2, Social Committee officer 3,4, Tral-
fic Squad 4, Junior Prom Comnnttee 3, Allied Youth 3,4, Senior
lflay Selection Committee 4, Varsity volleyball 3, Varsity hockey
manager 4, Intramural softball 1, Intramural basketball 4, Intra-
mural speedball 1, Intramural lieldball 1, Locker Monitor 2,
BERNARD S. ACRIESTI
, . . A friendly manner . . . a mania for playing chess .
Cristy wants to lead a happy life. ACTIVITIES-
Assembly participation 1.
DONALD F. ASHER
. . . A future civil engineer . . . Don is usually found
driving one of his dad's trucks. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Advertis-
ing Staff 4, Participation in assemblies 2, Ili-Y 3, Allied Youth
MARGARET FELTON ATWELL
. . . Music is Peggy's first love . . . a beacon of friendship
who gets a big kick out of watching football and basketball. '
ACTIVITIESfAssembly Committee 4, Clee Club 3.4, Oper:-tta
4, Allied Youth 3.
TILDEN OWINGS ATWELL
. . . Denny's hobbies are guns, music and fishing . . .
ambition is to go to college and then retire! ACTIVITIES-
Participation in assemblies 3.
WILLIAM JOSEPIIUS BALDREE
. . . Sports have taken up much of his time in school . . the
armed forces will claim Bill next year. ACTIVlTIESiVarsity
baseball 1, Varsity soccer 3, Intramural softball 3, Intramural
basketball 1, Varsity track 4.
CHARLES .l. HALLMAN
. . . Popular Charlie is always ready to pitch in and
give a helping hand in any extra-curricular activity. ACTIVITIES
-Student Council president 4, Participation in assemblies 2,4.
Stunt Night 2,4, Traffic Squad lieutenant 4, ,lunior Prom Com-
mittee 3, Hi-Y treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Basketball 4.
GEORGE FLETCHER BASS
. . . Ceorge's maiin interest is astronomy . . . ln-aded for
college . . . starred as "Gertrude" and her magic violin.
ACTIVITIES-Homeroom rep. 4, Honor Society 4, WAKE Liter-
ary Staff 3,4, TALLY-HO advertisements 3, Assembly Committee
2,3, Participation in assemblies 1,2,3, Stunt Night 2, Member of
Orchestra 1,2, Junior Prom committee 3, Editor-in-Chief of "Pas-
sim" 2, Social committee 1,2,3,4, Track 3.
EVELYN ANNA BAUSUM '
. . Evie's always in the midst of fun wherever she goes . . .
loves sports . . . will strive to bc a secretary. ACTIVITIES-Stw
dent Council treasurer 4, Homeroom representative 3, WAKE
Typing Staff 4, Participation in assemblies 2, Traffic Squad 4,
Junior Prom Committee 3, Allied Youth 3, Varsity basketball
3,4, Varsity softball I,2,3,4, Varsity speedball 3, ,l.V. basketball
1, Intramural soccer 1, Intramural basketball 1, Varsity manager
3, Intramural manager 2, Intramural referee 1,2,3,4.
. . . Friendly, energetic . . . likes people . . . plans include
college . . . wants to be a novelist. ACTIVITIES-TALLY-HO
Business Staff 3, Manager 4, TALLY-HO Reporter 2,3,4, Junior
Prom Committee 3, Senior Play Selection Committee 4.
MADELINE MARIE BEALL
. . . "Beat Glen Burnie" is her favorite saying, and Mattie
usually helps do it . . . an enthusiastic sports lover. ACTIVITIES
-Varsity softball 1, Varsity fieldball 2,3,4, Varsity volleyball 3,
Intramural basketball 2, Intramural speedball I.
ELEANOR KATHRYN BEAN
. . . Lover of the summertime . . . Kitty wants to return
someday to Puerto Rico. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Circulation Staff
4, Assembly Make-up Committee 3,4, junior Prom Committee 3.
Stunt Night 2, Senior Play Selection Committee 4, Locker Moni-
tor 2, Intramural softball I, Intramural basketball 1, Intra-
mural hockey I, Intramural badminton I.
6 . . . An ardent sports fan . . . Suzy hopes to attend
business college. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Advertising 3,4, Assembly
Committee 3,4, Traffic Squad 4, Junior Prom Committee 3,
Senior Play Selection Committee 4, Varsity fieldball 3.4, Varsity
manager 3, Intramural badminton 3.
SHIRLEY M. BOERSTLER
Assembly Committee member 3, Social Committee 3,4
MILDRED BARBARA BOTTNER
.. . Talented artist . . . wants to go to Towson State
umor Colle also enjoys dramatics ACTIVITIES Honor
CLAUDETTE LUCILLE BOUTTIER
. . . Platinum blonde hair . . . blue eyes . . . Claudie wants
In be a private secretary. ACTIVITIES-Traffic Squad 4, Assis-
FREDERICK MICHAELS BOWLES
. . . Appears to be quiet . . . Fred was one of the
stars on the football squad. ACTIVITIES-Varsity baseball 4.
Varsity football' 2,3,4.
RITCHIE HERBERT IIRADY
. . . Great soccer and baseball star . . . plans to play
prorbaseball as a career. ACTIVITIESaVarsity baseball 3, Var-
sity soccer 2,3,4, Intramural softball I, Intramural soccer I,
Intramural basketball 2.
VIRGINIA LEE BROOKS
. . . Friendly, energetic . . . Ginny enjoys sports and
music . . . likes horses. ACTIVITIES-Honor Society 3,'l,
WAKE Circulation Staff 4, Traffic Squad 4, Orchestra I,3, Par-
ticipation iu assemblies I,3, Drum Majorettes 3, Junior Prom
Committee 3, Allied Youth 3, Senior Play Selection Committee 4.
. . . Killy loves to eat. talk, and bowl . . . plans to
marry soon. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Circulation Staff 4, Assembly
Committee 4, Office Helper, Assistant to Guidance Department 4,
. . . Small, spunky bundle of dynamite . . . collects photos.
ACTIVITIES-WAKE Literary Staff 4, WAKE Patron Staff 4,
,I ' ge . . . ' e. -
Society 3,4, WAKE Art Staff 4, Assembly Committee 4, Stunt tg
Night l,4, junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Play Selection
Committee 4. t, S
tant to Guidance Department 4. -
4, Homeroom Representative 3, Honor Society President 3, Par-
YIRCIL HENRY CARR, JR.
plays football, too. ACTlV1TIES4Homeroom Representative 2,
BARRY WAYNE BRYANT
. . . A well-rounded leader . . . combines academic and
athletic ability. ACTIVITIES-Vice-president of Student Council,
ticipation in assemblies 4, Stunt Night 4, Junior Prom 3,
ELBERT J. BURDETT
. . . Bert, the sport of our soccer team, will be missed
on the squad next year. ACTIVITIES-Traffic Squad 4, Soccer
Hair of red e es of blue 'Mountain Bear'
Varsity baseball 4, Varsity football 3,4.
LILLIAN FRANCES CASEY
. . . Lil likes to play the piano . . . Collects stamps.
ACTIVITIES-WAKE Circulation Staff 4, WAKE Business Staff
4, Assembly Committee 4, Glee Club 2, Operetta 1,2, Cheerleader
1, Allied youth 3,4, Senior Play Selection Committee 4.
R SARA KATHRYN CHAFFIN
. . . Kathy will enter the business world . . . hobbies
are dancing and swimming. ACTIVITIES-Allied Youth 4.
. . . Wonderful sense of humor . . . lovely eyes . . . plans
to go to business school. ACTIVITIES-,lunior Prom Com-
mittee 3, Participation in assemblies 2, WAKE Circulation Staff
1-, Literary Staff 4.
STELLA CH RISTO
. . . Lovely voice . . . hobbies are Laine, Luteher, and
Vaughn . . . ambition is to be a hair stylist. ACTIVITIES-M
WAKE Literary Staff 4. Advertising Staff 4, Participation in as-
semblies 1,2, Clee Club 2, Opt-rctta 1, Junior Prom Committee
. . . The gal with the contagious laugh . . . Jen is
determined to marry a Miller. ACTIVITIES---Office Helper 4.
Junior Prom Committee 3, Honor Society 4.
CARL EDWARD COMO
. . . Coatsie is a familiar name in sports . . . one of the
Varsity Eleven . . . Ambition is to coach. ACTIVITIES-Hi-Y 4,
Yarsity basketball 2,3,4, Varsity baseball 2,3,4, Varsity soccer 3,
Varsity football 4, Intramural soccer 1, Intramural basketball I,
Intramural manager 3, Intramural referee 2.3.
EARL N. CONDON
. . . Aspires to he a dentist . . . born in Honolulu, T.H. . . .
really possesses a gift of gall. ACTIVITIES-P.T.A. repre-
sentative 2, Participation in assemblies l,2, Stunt Night 2,
Traffic Squad Lt. 4, Assembly Committee 1, 2.
CONSTANCE .IOYCE CONNELL A
. . . Quick-witted Connie always has a smile . . . ready to
tackle a big job and do it with a bit of lmmor. ACTIVITIES-
WAKE Literary Editor 4. Business Staff of WAKE 3. TALLY-IQ
Reporter 2,3,4, Business Staff TALLY-H0 3, Glee Club 3.4.
Operetta 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Cheerleader 3, Varsity
softball 3, Varsity volleyball 4, Varsity fieldball manager 4.
Social Committee 1,2,3, All County Chorus 3,4.
GEORGE PLACIDE CRANDALL
. . . George would like to study engineering at Maryland U.
. . . favorite pastimes include hunting and boating. ACTIVITIES
-Allied Youth 3, Varsity soccer 3, Intramural softball 1.
JOAN MARGARET CROMAR
. . . The personality gal . . . Crowbar spends her extra
time jitterbugging and planning for the future. ACTIVITIES-
Homeroom representative 2, WAKE Literary Staff 4, Business Staff
of WAKE 3,4, TALLY-H0 page editor 3,4, Assembly Committee
3,4, Library Council 1, Junior Prom Committee 3, Varsity fieldball
ALBERI' WILLIAM CURRIER
A lanky Bostonian Albert is a whiz at math . . . likes
com collecting softball and classical music. ACTIVITIES--
Homeroom Representative l, Assembly Committee 3,4, Partici-
pation in assemblics 123 Social Committee 3,4.
VIRCINIX LEE CURRIER
Business school is Ginny's aim . . . Loves reading,
movies and collecting post cards. ACTIVITIES--Allied Youth
Witty Judy wants to do something remarkable.
ACTIVITIES Honor Society 3,4, WAKE Business 4, WAKE Art
4 Assembly Committee 23, Stunt Night 4, Traffic Squad 4,
junior Irom 3 Senior Play Selection Committee 4, Allied Youth
Xnothcr future "woman in while" . , . she has a
mania for hor: ACTIVITIES-WAKE Circulation Staff 4,
W-IKE Typm Staff 4, Participation in assemblies 3, Stunt Night
3 Traffic Squad 4 Allied Youth 3.
Happy as the day is long . . . Nan wants to become
a certain farmers wife ACTIVITIES-WAKE Circulation Staff
4 Wake Typm S ff 4 Stunt Night 1, Traffic Squad 4,
Junior Prom 3 Allied Youth 3,4, Cafeteria helper l.2,3,4.
BE YIRICE NIAE DEALE
Bubblm Bea always has a smile . . . wants to lw
a mcretary ACTIVITIES-Homeroom representative 4, WAKE
Litrrary Staff 4 WAKE Typing Staff 4, Traffic Squad 4, Allied
utr 34 Var ity oftball 3, Varsity hockey 3,4.
. . . Doug is always the mischief-maker . . . likes football,
hiking, and pool. ACTIVITIES-Ili-Y member 4, Intramural
TERRY GUS DIAMOND
. . . Wit is Butch's specialty . . . only ambition is to
be a success. ACTIVITIES-Soccer 2,3,4, Intramural softball
1, Intramural soccer I.
JOAN LEE DONALDSON
. . . Joanie wants to be a model . . . plans to go to college
first. ACTIVITIES--Make-up Committee 4, Senior Play Selection
Committee 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, WAKE Typing Staff 4,
WAKE Circulation Staff 4, Intramural Hockey 1,2, Intramural
Fieldball I, 2.
THOMAS J. DORSEY, JR.
. . . Ambitious athlete . . . "T.,l." hopes to continue his
sports at the U. of Maryland. ACTIVITIES-Junior Prom Com-
mittee 3, Hi-Y: Vice Pres. 3, President 4, Civitan Club 3,4, Var-
sity Football 3,4, Varsity Soccer 1.2, Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4, Intra-
mural Soccer 1, Intramural Basketball 1.2.
. . . Aspires to be a successful secretary . . . hiking, bowling,
and collecting stamps are among her hobbies. ACTIVITIES--
Assembly Committee 4.
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JEAN ELIZABETH DOWNING
. . . Loads of fun . . . lovely smile . . . hopes to become
a model. ACTIVITIES-Home Room Representative I, WAKE
Literary 4, Typing Staff 4, Participation in Assembly 3, Office
Helper 4, Glee Club 4, Operetta 4, Junior Prom Committee 3,
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JOANNE MILDRED DUCKETT
. . . Southpaw third baseman . . . Redhcaded Jo wants
to be a secretary after graduation. ACTIVITIES-Varsity soft-
ball 3,4, WAKE Circulation Staff 3, Traffic Squad 4, Cheer-
. . . Duffy wants to attend business college . . . has an odd
collection of stones. ACTIVITIES-Allied Youth 4, Intramural
fieldball 3. . .
. . . Born in Eastporl, reared in Eastport, our star pitcher
hopes to spend thc rest of his life in Eastport. ACTIVITIES-
Varsity basketball 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Soccer 3,4, Intramural
Soccer I, Basketball I, Intramural referee 3.
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JOHN FORD .
Jack is known as "the Profilel' . . . headed for the
Air Corps. ACTIVITIES-Assembly Committee 4.
SUZANNE CLAIRE FREDENBURCH
. . . Born in Lockport, New York . . . music is a hobby,
but she wants to be a doctor. ACTIVITIESfWAKE Make-up
Staff 3, Assembly Committee member 3,4, Stunt Night I, Or-
chestra I,2, Allied Youth 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Varsity
Hockey 4, Varsity Volleyball 3,4, Intramurals softball 2, Intra-
mural Speedball 2, Intramural Fieldball 2.
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. . Margie wants to be a nurse . . . likes horseback
riding and swimming. ACTIVITIES4Participation in assembly
2, Bits Monitor 4.
. . . "Laugh and the world laughs with you." . . . that's
vivacious Sissie's motto . . . to be a model is her aim.
ACTIVITIES-WAKE Literary Staff 3, Circulation Staff 3.4.
Social Committee 1,2,3, Assembly Committee 2,3,4. Clee Club 4,
Operetta 4, Intramural Basketball 2.3.
. . Ambition is to graduate and to be a success in
everything she does . . . roller skating, sleeping and eating
are her pastimes. ACTIVITIES-Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Varsity Field-
ball 2,3,4, Intramural basketball 3, Intramural hockey 3.
MARTHA BOLLINC IIACKER
. . . Born in Siam . . . Marty likes the idea of traveling.
ACTIVITIES-Assembly Committee 2,3, class Vice President 1.
Chairman, Sr. Play Selection Committee 4, Wake Circulation
Staff 4, Advertising Staff 4, Allied Youth 3, Clee Club 1,2,3.
Participation in assemblies I,2,3.
A MALIA HEINEMAN
.. . . Molly has no immediate future ambition except college
. . . plans to become a Navy wife. ACTIVITIES-Homeroom re-
presentative 2, P.T.A. representative 2, Secretary-Treasurer of
class 3, Editor-in-chief of WAKE 4, WAKE Circulation Staff 3,
Assembly Committee member 1,2, Participation in assemblies 1,2,
junior Prom Committee 3, Varsity fieldball 2, Intramural basket-
ball 1, Intramural badminton l,2, Social Committee 1,2,3.
MARY KEMP HERR
. . . Mary Kay . . . sweet and green eyed . . . wants to
be a housewife . . . hobby is skating. ACTIVITIES--Glee Club
-i, Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer, Cheerleader l,3.
EDITH PATRICIA HILL
. . . A sparkling sense of humor . . . Pat plans to be
an efficient stenographer after junior college. ACTIVITIES
Typing Editor for WAKE 4, Assembly Committee Make-up 3,4,
Junior Prom Committee 3, Intramural Basketball 3,4, Hockey 3,
Speedball 2, Fieldball 2, Make-up Staff 3, Locker Monitor 2.
KATHRYN MAE HINTON
. . . Petite and active . . Kitty is also joining
brigade of housewives.
KATHERINE ELIZABETH HOOPER
. . . Good natured "Lucky" wants to be a successful
typist and wife . . . enjoys dancing, swimming, and people.
AC'I'lVl'l'lES'-WAKE Circulation 3, Clee Club 2.3,4.
BETTY FRANCIS HORTON
. . . Born in Canton, China . . . just loves sports
this nurse will charm her patients. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Liter-
ary 3, WAKE Circulation 4, WAKE Business 4, Typing 4, Photo-
graphy 3, Assembly Committee 3, Traffic Squad 4, Operetta
Make-up 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Social Committee 4,
Allied Youth tSec.-Treas.i 4, Allied Youth 3, Varsity Sports-Bas
ketball 2,3,4, Softball 2,3, Fieldball 3,4, Capt., Volleyball 4,
Intramural Softball 1, Basketball 1, Hockey 1,2, Speedball I,
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GEORGE MERTON HOWARD
. . . "Georgie" is a familiar figure on the athletic field. . .
a ladies' man with his eye on one! ACTIVITIES-Orchestra
l,2, Band 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Hi-Y 2,3,4g treasurer 3,
Varsity basketball 3,4, Lacrosse 2,3,4, Football 3,4, Intramural
basketball 1, Soccer 1, Junior Civitan Club 3.
. . . Energetic and full of fun . . . usually walks arounl
with her head in a cloud, but is really down to earth.
ACTIVITIESMWAKE Literary Staff 3,4, WAKE Circulation Staff
3,4, WAKE Business Staff 4, Assembly Committee I, 4, Glee Club
2,3,4, Operetta 4, Junior Prom Committee 3. Social Committee 2,3.
Participation in Assembly I.
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FRANK ROCHAMBEAU .IOESTING JR.
. . . Wonderful sense of humor . . . loads of fun . . . "Beau
will soon set out for Alaska. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Photography
Editor 4 Junior Prom 3 Hi-Y 234 Basketball 34 Football 3
ANDRE VICTORIA JOHNSON
. . . Unusual eyes . . . one blue, one hazel . . . Sports
and her Eastport interest fill her spare hours. ACTIVITIES--
WAKE Literary Staff 4, Circulation Staff 3, TALLY-HO Feature
Editor 3,4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Varsity Volleyball 3,4. .i
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PATRICIA TYLER KAISER
. . . Pat hopes to become a great singer . . . hobbies are
music and art. ACTIVITIES-Honor Society 3,4, WAKE
Make-up Staff 3, WAKE Circulation Staff 3,4, WAKE Business
Staff 4, Assembly Committee 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3.4, Operetta
4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Social Committee 3, Allied Youth
3,4, Senior Play Committee 4, Varsity Volleyball 3.
.IOSEPH MARTIN KAVANAUGH
. -D . . . A very likable fellow . . . Joe hopes to attend
Clemson College . . . plans to have ten kids! ACTIVITIES-
Stunt Night 2, Hi-Y Officer 3, Varsity baseball -4, Track 3, Intra-
mural basketball 1,2.
PATRICIA ANNE KENNEDY
. . . George Washington Higlfs loss was our gain . . . "Torchy"
has no immediate plans for the future. ACTIVITIES-PTA
Rep. 2,4, Homeroom Rep. 2, Intramural basketball 3, Softball
Manager 3, WAKE Literary Staff 4, Circulation Staff 4, Typing
Staff 4, Basketball manager 4.
. . . Whiz at sports . . . Josie likes "cuttin' capers" . . .
wants to take up dramatics or dancing. AC.TIVITIES-Assenr
bly Committee 1, Cheerleader 2, Varsity Basketball 1, Varsity Soft-
ball I, Varsity fieldball 2,3.
ARLINE MAE KRAMER
. . . Lively, enthusiastic . . . her ambition, to be a
housewife and mother. ACTIVITIES-Honor Society 3,4, WAKE
Circulation Staff 3,4, WAKE Business Staff 4, Assembly Com-
mittee 3,4, Stunt Night Property Committee 2, Junior Prom 3,
Program Committee 3.
MARJORIE SUE KRAMER
. . , Always ready to lElllQl'l and be gay . . . Margie has
excelled in scholastic and extra curricular activities. ACTIVI-
ITIES-Honor Society 3,4, WAKE Circulation Staff 3,4, Business
Staff of WAKE 3,4, Assembly Committee 3,4, Participation in
assemblies 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Social Committee 2.3.4,
Allied Youth 3,4, Senior Play Selection Committee 4.
SYLVIA RAE LEE
. . . Friendly "SiI" wants to be a nurse . . . with her
tender bedside manner she is sure to succeed. ACTIVITIES-
Wake Circulation 4, Assembly Committee 4, Stunt Night 2,
Traffic Squad 4, Senior Play Selection Committee 4.
JAMES W. LEVAY
. . . Commercial art will profit when ",Iin1i' enters the
field . . . Quite the comedian. ACTIVITIES4Stunt Night 4.
Assembly Committee 1.2, Art Service 1.2, Hi-Y Officer, Gamma
Hi-Y Ipres.t I,2,3, Track 3,4-, Intramural Manager 1.2.
JOAN HELENE LIPMAN
. . . .Ioanie likes having a good time . . . will go to
college . . . a sunny disposition. ACTIVlTIES4WAKE Literary
Staff 3,4, WAKE Circulation Staff 3.4, WAKE Business Staff 4.
Assembly Committee 2,3,4, Participation in assembly 2.3, Stunt
Night 2 tmake-upj, Clee Club 2.3.4, Operetta 2,3,4, .Iunior Prom
Committee 3, Social Committee 2,3,4, Allied Youth 3,4.
ELSIE ARDETH LOUGHLIN
. . . Ardie is a star both in athletics and scholarship . . . her
pep will really be missed in varsity games. ACTIVITIES-
Honor Society 3.4, WAKE Circulation Staff 3.4, WA-KE Ilyplng
Staff 4, Clee Club 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Varsity basket-
ball I,2,3,4, Varsity Softball 1,2,3,4, Varsity hockey 2,3,4, captain
3, Varsity speedball I, Intramural basketball 1, Intramural speed-
ball 1, Athletic Association Representative 4, Intramural Manager
3. Intramural Referee 2,3,4, Participation in assembly 1.2.4.
Joe frm college . . .
WALTER FRANKLIN LUSBY
. . . Ambitious lacrosse player . . . "Walt" will enter
Maryland University . . . then sell real estate. ACTIVITIES--
P.T.A. Representative I, Participation in Assembly 1,2, Orches-
tra I,2, Band 3. A-Hi-Y member. Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4.
Intramural softball 2. Intramural Soccer I, Intramural Basket-
ball I,2, Intramural Referee 1.
DOROTHY LOUISE LYNE
. . . Dottie, who is known to be a true friend, hopes to
be an American homemaker. ACTIVITIES--Partieipation in
assembly 3, Library Council Member 4.
LEE A. MCNEW .lR.
. . . Winsome, lanky Lemac has many friends . . . Hopes
to become a disc jockey and radio announcer. ACTIVITIES-V
Participation in assemblies 1. Captain Traffic Squad 4, Senior
Play Selection Committee 4, Social Committee.
. . . Mike plans lots of smooth sailing at the U. S. N. A.
next year. ACTIVITIES-Assembly participation 2. Traffic
Squad 4, Intramural Softball 1.2.3, Soccer 1.2, Basketball 1.2.3.
Intramural captain-referee l,2,3.
.IOAN ELIZABETH MOLDEN
. . . .Ioanie loves dancing and men . . . wants to visit
all states and taste the food of every nation. ACTIVITIES-
WAKE Circulation Staff 3,4, TALLY-HO Typing Staff 4, Stunt
Night 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Social Committee 1.2.3.
. . . Pat has a cheerful smile and a friendly manner . . . a
future secretary . . . loves swimming and sports.
With a smile and twinkle in her e e Eva lets troublt
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pass her by. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Literary Staff 4, Clee Club
4, Operetta 4.
DOUGLAS KENNETH NEWELL
. . . One of the hard-hitting linemen on our football team
. . . Dougie is interested in "girls and hunting elephants".
ACTIVITIES-Art Service 1,2, Football 3,4.
. . . A disinct Boston accent . . . Nickie wants to be a
success. ACTIVITIES-Varsity Baseball 2,3, Intramural Soft-
ball l,2,3, Intramural Basketball 2,3.
EVANGELOS THEODORE NICHOLS
. . . Angy, a popular, sports-minded senior, plans to
attend the U. S. N. A. right here in Crabtown. ACTIVITIES-
Homeroom Representative 1, Senior Class Athletic Representative
4, Clee Club 2, Hi-Y President 3, Member 3,4-, Varsity Basket-
ball 1,2, Football 3, Intramural Softball 1,2, Intramural Soccer
1,2, Intramural Basketball 1.
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.IUNE M. NICHOLS
. . . A vivacious personality . . . mischief is her specialty . . .
plans a career in real estate. ACTIVITIES-WAKE Advertising
Staff 4, WAKE Literary Staff 4, Praticipation in Assemblies 2,4,
Library helper, Glee Club 2.4. Operetta 4.
JEAN ELLEN PALMER
. . . Jeanie's a talented artist and dancer . . . Her
ambition is to be a good wife for Freddie, her fiance
ACTIVITIES . . . Homeroom Rep. 2, P.T.A. Rep. 1, Editor of
WAKE Art Staff 4, Art Service 1,2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 3,
V .Iunior Prom Committee 3, Social Committee l,2, Allied Youth 3.
ELIZABETH SOLLORS PARRAN
we . . . A terrific personality . . . plans to go to Chevy
Chase .lunior College.
CORAL RUTH PARSONS
. . . Ruth has gone to many schools . . . likes A.H.S. and
collecting coins. ACTIVITIES-Intramural basketball 3, Hockey
3,4, fieldball 3,4, Glee club l, Jr. Prom Comm.ittee 3.
RUTH VICTORIA PARSONS
. . . Ruthie's talents are varied . . . sings well . . . watch
her twirl that baton! ACTIVITIESMP.T.A. rep. 2. Participation
in assemblies 2,3,4. Drum Majorites 3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 3.4, Operetta 4.
JEREMIE ANNE PAUL
. . . A ready smile on her lips . . . Jerry hopes to attend
San Diego Jr.College.
DORIS LEE PHIPPS
. . . Sports her main interest . . . a certain guy will make
Lee content and happy. ACTIVITIES-Ass't. to Guidance Dept.
3, Glee Club 4, Operetta 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. Cheer Leader 2, Varsity
fieldball 2,3,4, volleyball 2.
JACK TAYLOR PIERCE
. . . Jack's hobbies are guns and music . . . will ma
the tune of "Anchors Aweigh" at the U.S.N.A. next
ACTIVITIES-Participation in assemblies 3, Stunt Night
JANE TALBOT POLE
. . . Janie, a graceful gal who loves to play tennis , . . easily
distinguished by her English accent. ACTIVITIES-Homeroom
representative 1, P.T.A. representative 2, Associate Editor of
WAKE 4, Literary Staff WAKE 4, Circulation Staff WAKE
4, Junior Prom committee 3, Intramural basketball 2, Intra-
mural speedball 1, Intramural fieldhall 1, Participation in as-
ANITA JEAN RAVENSCROFT
. . . Butch wants to be a secretary . . . later a
ACTIVITIES-WAKE' Circulation Staff 4, Assembly committee
3, Allied Youth 3,4, Assistant to Guidance Department 4.
GLORIA GILDA RICHMAN
. . . Where will our school spirit be without Gloria?
Peppy cheerleader . . . no special plans for the future.
ACTIVITIES-WAKE Circulation Staff 3,4, WAKE Typing Staff
4, Tally-Ho Typing 4, Assembly committee 3,4, Stunt Night 1.
Office helper 4, Glee Club 2,4, Operetta 4, Cheer Leader l,2,3,4.
Social Committee 2,3,4.
. . . Madison College will take Anne next year . . . loves
to swim and dance . . . though horses are her specialty.
ACTIVITIES-Homeroom representative 1,2, Honor Society 3,4,
WAKE Circulation Staff 3, Tally-HO Business Staff 3,4, Assistant
Editor of Tally-Ho 3,4, Assembly Committee 1,2,3,4, Participation
in assemblies I,2,3, Stunt Night 1, Social Committee 2,3, Radio
Program I, Intramural basketball I,2, Speedball l, Badminton 2.
THOMAS ALVA RILEY
. . . Alva intends to "live the life of Riley" . . . right
now his interest is raising chickens. ACTIVITIES-Glce Club 2.
. . . One of our future Navy men . . . hunting and
fishing are his special interests. ACTIVITIES-Drum Major in
ADA ELIZABETH RITTER
. . . Easy-going, ambitious Betty wants to be a secretary
and later get married. ACTIVITIES-Participation in assemblies
1, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Allied Youth 3,4.
. . . Soft spoken Nancy with flaming red hair . . . hopes
to make the ideal wife.
SUSAN DRAYTGN RULE
Squad 4, Library Ass't 3,4, Jr. Prom Publicity 3.
. . . Ready and willing to work is Sue . . . plans to go to
Bryn Mawr College. ACTIVITIES-Honor Society 3,4, Traffic
NANCY ANN RUSSELL
. . . Enjoys swimming, sailing, and dancing . . . Wants
to major in English in college. ACTIVITIES-Honor Society
3,4, WAKE Literary Staff 4, WAKE Business Staff 4, TALLY-HO
I,2,3,4, Assembly Committee 1,2,3,4, Traffic Squad 4, Library
Council 1, .lunior Prom Committee 3, Student legislature alter-
SYLVIA MARY SAPPINCTON
. . . Wants to become a stenographer and then marry Al
. . likes to draw and collect snapshots.
PAULA SONIA SASLAW
. . . Enterprising full of life, Paula plans to attend M.I.T.
A'CTIVITIESiHonor Society 3,4-, WAKE Literary Staff 3,4.
WAKE Circulation Staff 3, WAKE Circulation Manager 4, Assem-
bly Committee I,2,3, Participation in assemblies 2,3, Stunt Night
2, Art Service 1, Library Assistant l,2,3,4, Junior Prom Com-
mittee 3, Social Committee 1,3, Senior Play Selection Committee 4.
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WILLIAM KAUFFMAN SCARBOROUGH
. . . Billy plans to goto University of North Carolina . . .
wants to teach or enter politics. ACTIVITIES-Honor Society
3,4, Homeroom representative 3, P.T.A. represenative 2, Stunt
Night 2, Traffic Squad 4.
BETTY MARIE SCHENCK
. . . A pert lass of varied interests, especially reading and
ice skating. ACTIVITIES-TALLY-H0 typist 3, Assembly Com-
mittee 2,4, Participation in assemblies 2, Library Helper 4, As-
sistant to attendance officer 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Cheer-
leader 1.2, Allied Youth 3.4, Intramural basketball l,2,3.
IDA ANN SEARS
. . . A sweet, quiet gal . . . Searsie has a head for
figures. ACTIVITIES-School Treasurer 4, Typing Staff
WAKE 4, TALLY-HO Typist 3, Assembly Participation 2, Traffic
Squad member 4, Intramural basketball l,2,3, Intramural hockey
. . . Buddy is a roller skater and future business man
fatter one year in the armyj. ACTlVITIESfAssembly Com-
mittee 3, Stunt Night 4, Junior Hi-Y 2,3, Varsity basketball
s 3,4, Varsity baseball 4, Horseshoes 4, Varsity softball 1,2, Intra-
mural soccer 1,2, Intramural basketball 1.2, Intramural soft-
ball I,2, Intramural manager l,2, Intramural referee 1.2.
KATHRYN ANITA SHELTON
. . . Kakie's gifted in art . . . wants to attend art school
. . . hopes to visit all the states. ACTIVITIES-Assembly 4.
BARBARA ANN SMITII
Scottie wants to be a good secretary or housewife
. . . likes dancing, eating, and swimming. ACTIVITIES-Cir
culation staff 3, Typing Staff WAKE 4, Office Helper 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 2,3, secretary 3.
. . . Norma wants to be a hostess . . . has the qualities
of a homemaker, likes to cook and crochet. ACTIVITIES-
Circulation Staff WAKE 3.
. . . Quiet .lack has only one ambition-to graduate.
ACTIVITIES-Participation in assemblies l, Intramural softball
LA WRENCE W. SPRINGFIELD
. . . Larry loves to eat . . . has a twinkling smile . . . just
1' f wants to travel. ACTIVITIES-A-Hi-Y 4, Assistant to attendance
officer 2, Varsity football 2,3,4, Varsity lacrosse 4, Intramural
softball 1,2, Intramural basketball 1,2, Referee 1,2.
JACK BARNETT STATON
. . . A loyal Eastporter through and through,Jason follows
sports as a hobby. ACTIVITIES-Baseball 3,4.
BARBARA LOUISE STEARNS
. . . Bobbie will attend the University of Michigan . . . wants
to direct a four art chorus ACTIVITIESfHonor Society 34
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WAKE Circulaton Staff 3, WAKE Business Staff 4, TALLY-HO
teditorl 3,4, lreporterl 2, Assembly Committee I,2,3,4, Parti- i
cipation in assemblies l,2,3,4, Stunt Night 2, Traffic Squad 4,
Clee Club 2,3,4, laccompanistl, Operetta 4, taccompanistl.
Junior Prom committee, Member of Passim staff 2.
CHARLES H. STEELE
. . . Charlie's ambition is to be a fire-fighter. . . friendly
and lively . . . hobby is loafing. ACTIVITIES-Stunt Night 2. - , G
JULIAN BASIL STEVENS JR. L
. . . ,Ioe's headed for West Point . . . goes in for sports -t
in a big way. ACTIVITIES-Traffic Squad 4, A-Hi-Y 4, Varsity .. , ,gg 5, h iw
football 3,4, lacrosse 2,3,4, basketball 4, J. V. basketball 2. - ,
BETTY RAE STOCKETT
. . . Lively gal . . . loves to read and travel . . . wants
to become a good secertary. ACTIVITIES'-Junior Prom 3, Assem- - .- 3, f M E, ,
bly Committee 4, Participation in assembly 4, Traffic Squad 4,
Allied Youth 4. Intramural basketball 3. Intramural hockey 3. - f
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PEGGY ANN STOCKETT
. . . Curly brown hair , . . likes to ice-skate and dance . . .
ambition to become an efficient secretary. ACTIVITIES-
.lunior Prom 3, Assembly Committee 4, Participation in assemblies
4, Traffic Squad 4, Assistant to Attendance officer 4, Allied
Youth 3, Intramural basketball 3, Intramural hockey 3.
. . . Known in school for his "be-bop" glasses . . . Buddy
wants to travel. ACTIVITIES-Varsity basketball 2,3,4, Varsity
baseball 2,3,4, Varsity Soccer 2,3,4.
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. . . Scotty transferred from Clifton Park Junior High . . . likes
boat racing and swimming. ACTIVITIES-Participation in as-
semblies 3, Assembly Committee 3, Stage Crew 2.3.4, Head
of movies 2,3,4, Allied Youth 3.
. . . Teddy claims to have a way of "getting rich quick'
. . . his love is the South. ACTIVITIES-Varsity baseball 3,4.
JOHN JUNIUS TALMAN
. . . ",I.J." is our man about town . . . his smile is his welcome.
. After four years of French his favorite expression is
"Bonjour et au revoir" . . . Flash's ambition is to get along
with people. Track 3.4.
. . . 7Ue'ae71.laqecfau2z
. . . Beckie is a future WAC or WAF . . . interests lie
in sports, swimming and ice skating in particular. ACTlVlTlES
-Assembly committee 4, Varsity volleyball 3. Varsity fieltlball
4. Intramural hockey 3, Intramural basketball 3. intramural
ALFRED TOMANIO, JR.
. . . Cookie loves sports . . . wants to take life easy
after graduation. ACTlVlTlES4Allietl Youth 3, Varsity basket-
ball 3.4, Intramural softball 1.2.3, Intramural soccer 1, lntra-
mural basketball l,2.
ARTHUR MlLTON TUERS
. . . Enthusiastic about sports . . . Art wants to join
some branch of service after graduation. ACTlVlTlES-Varsity
baseball 2,3,4, Varsity soccer 3.4, lntramural softball 1. lntra'
mitral soccer 2.
BEVERLY SUE TURNER
. . . liev came to us last year from Polytechnic High,
California . . . she wants to be a counter-spy. ACTIVITIES-W
Social Committee 3.4, Allied Youth 3.4. WAKE Make-up 3.
Senior Play Selection Committee 4, Junior Prom Committee 3,
Wake Circulation 3.4, Varsity volleyball 3.
NELSON ll. TYDINCS
. . . Terrific physique, evidence of his interest in sports.
ACTIVITIES-P.T.A. representative 2, Assembly Committee l,2,
A participation in assemblies 1, Varsity football 4.
V JIMMY VANDENBURCII
A . , . . . Strong-silent type . . . ambition is to take life easy!
ACTIVlTlES4Varsity football 4.
AIVIELIA FRANCES VLNA I
. . . Mim loves sports . . . wants to graduate . . . then
who knows? ACTIVITIES-Senior Play Selection Committee
4. Intramural basketball 3, Intramural fieldball 3.
BILL NORMAN WASHINGTON
. . . Smiling "GC," has a love for motorcycles . . . his
hobbies are cooking and sports. ACTIVITIES--Varsity baseball
1,4, Varsity soccer 2,3,4, Intramural softball l,2,3, Intramural
.IANET PATRICIA WEBB
. . . Lake Forest's loss was our gain . . . has unusual
hobby of collecting scarfs . . . .lan wants to teaeh kindergarten.
ACTIVITIES-Honor Soeiety 3.4, WAKE Literary Staff 4.
. . . Patti, a well-rounded good sport, plans to enter
Swarthmore . . . beautiful voice. ACTIVITlESil'lomeroom
representative 4. WAKE Circulation Staff 4, Assembly Committee
I, Stunt Night 1, Glee Club 2,3, Operetta I,2, Tri-Hi-Y Cheer
Leader 2, Varsity basketball 3,4-, Speedball I, Fieldball 2,3,4,
I .l.V. Basketball I, Intramural Softball 2. Hockey 2.3, Maryland
All State Chorus 2,3.
fail' ' Qlengwznie...
. . . Happy go-lucky . . . sunny disposition . . . wants to
become the first co-ed at St. .lohnls College. ACTIVITIES--
Literary Staff WAKE 4, Participation in assemblies 1.2,4, Stunt
Night 1, Art Service I.
.IOAN CAROL WHEELER
. . , Soft-spoken . . . enjoys collecting miniatures . . . hopes
to be a pharmacist. ACTIVITIES-Assembly Committee 4, junior
Prom Committee 3, Senior Play Selection Committee 4, Varsity
hockey 4. Intramural basketball 1,2,3,4, Intramural hockey 3,
Intramural badminton 2,3.
BARBARA LARU1-2 WHITE
. . . Friendly Barb has no definite plans for the future it . . . she wants a full well rounded life. ACTIVITIES-Traffic
Squad 4, Circulation staff 4, Patron Staff 4.
LAWRENCE ALLEN WHITE
. . . Allen's hobbies are hunting and range shooting . . .
ambition is to see the world. ACTIVITIES-Intramural football
3, Varsity football 4.
ROSE MARIE WHITTINCTON
. . . Whit lives up to her nick-name . . . favorite pastime
. . . Dimpled and full of life . . . loves dancing . . . wants
to be a secretary . . . and a good wife. ACTIVITIES-Allied
ROBERT GRANVILLE WILLIS, JR.
. . . Bobby just wants to get out of high school . . . goes
in for "wine, women and weight-liftingv. ACTIVITIES-As
sembly Stage Crew l,2,3,4, Clee Club 2,3,4, Operetta 4, Intra-
mural softball l,2, Intramural basketball I.
PAUL I-IAISLIP WILSON
. . . Lanky and easy goin . . Paul claims that nothing
BETTY ANN WINTER
. . . A ready smile . . . a real addition to many of the
school teams and to the Student Council. ACTIVITIES-Student
Council secretary 3,4, Home-room representative Secretary-Treasub
er of Class 2, WAKE Typing Staff 4, Traffic Squad 4, Office
Helper 4, junior Prom Committee 3, Allied Youth 3, Varsity
basketball l,2,3,4, Varsity softball 3,4, Varsity hockey 4.
HOWARD LEE WOOD
. . . Sang bass in the Glee Club for three years . . . ll
soon be claimed by the Air Force. ACTIVITIES . . . Glee
Club 2,3,4, Participation in assembly I, Hi-Y 3,4, Varsity
basketball 3, baseball 3, football 2,3,4, softball l,2, soccer 1.
WILLIAM ARCIIIE WOODBURN
. . . Easy going . . . the drum and bugle corps has taken
much of Archie's time. ACTIVITIES--Allied Youth 4, Football
l,2, Drum and Bugle Corps 4.
MARY ANN WOOLFORD
. . . Trim little gal . . . likes swimming and dancing. . . wants
to be an interior decorator. ACTIVITIES--Assembly Committee
4, Traffic Squad 4, Drum Majorette' 3,4, Allied Youth 3, Varsity
softball 3, Varsity hockey 4, Intramural basketball 3.
. . . Ambitious Woozie wants to become a secretary to a
rich man. ACTIVITIES-VVAKE Patron manager 4, Assembly
Committee 3,4, Traffic Squad 4, Glee Club 4, Operetta 4, Jr.
Prom 3, Sr. Play Selection Committee 4.
PHYLLIS DOROTHY ZELKO
. . . Full of vim, vigor, and vitality . . . Phil is as merry
as the day is long. ACTIVITIES-Homeroom representative 4,
Lit. Staff WAKE 3,4, Business Staff WAKE 3,4, WAKE Photo-
graphy 4, TALLY-I-IO reporter 2, TALLY-HO editor tphoto-
graphyj 3,4, Stunt Night 2, Traffic Squad 4, .Iunior Prom Com-
mittee 3, Assembly Committee 2,3.
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-- in action
A most vigorous election campaign focussed
our attention on the Student Council way back
in September. Molly Heineman turned loose
live crabs to climax her campaign, and Charles
Ballman had several dignified uapesl' circulating
through the school in his behalf!
The first major activity of the newly elected
council was the sale of budget passes. The
income from this and from Stunt Nite went
into the S-C treasuryg these funds were used
for Tally-Ho, assembly, and social committee
expenses, as well as athletic and scholastic
The Executive Council functioned as the Stu-
dent Court, where Traffic Squad members pre-
sented cases against violators of school regu-
A successful innovation was the scheduling
of S-C meetings, including sessions of the Legis-
lature, during club period so that all members
Sealed: Evie Bausum, C. llallman, B. Bryant,
B. Winter. Standing: F, Walsh, J. Baker. T.
Meekins, L. McNew, J. Marston.
First Row: B. Herzog, Harder, K. Ducks-tt, E. Shovestul, li. Westplial. fl Ze-lko.v lfcfzrcr Row: Nliss D. Noble,
llausum, C. Ballman, B. Bryant, B. Winter. Hack Row: D2 liarnes, B. 5lIlllf'I', W. Franz, B. D:-ale, T. Abato. L,
Bass, W. Mumford, P. Dawson, P. Weber, F, Walsh, ll.5lIeral1l.
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Do you remember the chalk talk-the dos
and don'ts of dating-the thunderous Second
Army Drum and Bugle Corps-our Spanish
fiesta-the presentation of those coveted blue
and maroon Ais? Displaying both professional
and amateur talents, our assemblies were indeed
The faculty members responsible for organ-
izing these programs were assisted 'by a student
committee, whose tasks included make-up and
costumes as well as production jobs such as
staging and lighting. From many volunteers
participants for each assembly were selected.
This group presented the Christmas assembly,
always a highlight of the school year. December,
A joyous Month for All revealed in pantomime
and music how the jewish and Christian faiths
celebrate religious festivals. Pupils enacted both
the traditional ceremony of the Feast of Lights
and the Nativity of Christ.
S'er1len': Miss Call, Miss Davis. First Row: H, llorton, C. Coodtnan, A. Ritluut, P. Zelko, M. Lipman, A. Rave-nscrofl.
.jeccrnd Row: G. Labovitz, R. Basil, W. Paul. Tihrd Row: l', Wulotl. D. Jacobs. E. Britton, W. Phelps.Fourtl1 Rawr
5.V btrans, B. Bryant, E. Condon. Fifth How: C. Ballman, D. Atwt-ll, C. Engleman, S. Anderson. Sixth Row:
Wilson, C. Hr-inbuch, E. Jacobs, li. lloyt, G. llarboltl, j. Brook, Mrs. Carpenter, L, lVlcNew. P. Bell, B. Stearns, P,
Lynn, L. Casey, A. Kateef, j. Lipman.
This year, functioning under the Student Council, the Social Committee
furnished us with many opportunities for relaxation and enjoyment. Most
outstanding of these social events was the W.P.A. dance when Women
Paid All. Also memorable were the Fools' Folly, the Snow Ball, and
the Spring Formal.
For dance or jamboree the committee did its job well, furnishing
decorations, music, games, and refreshments. The requirement for member-
ship was willingness to work to brighten the lives of fellow students. A
vote of thanks goes to those who faithfully supported this worthy group.
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Soft lights, sweet music
First Row: M. Holmes, S. Boerstler, K. Duckett
J. Miller, E. Bausum. Second Row: B. Horton
3 Logan. Fourth Row: B. Trott, B. Westplial
g S. Achenbach, M. Webb. Fifth Row: M. Bounel
berger, M. Hornbrook, S. Foust, l. Asche
burg, B. Cook, P. Kaiser. Ninth. Row: G
Richman, S. Bachnian, W. Sorrell, P. Mulligan
rier, W. Mumford, C. Bass, P. Byrnes.
B. Turner, A. Kohr, C. Basil. Third Row: S.
Harder, G, Labovitz, J. Asher, D. Terry, A.
is B. Sherman, E. Latimer, H. 0'Cain, K.
Leanos. Sixth Row: A. Kinney, C. Harbold,
M. Lipman, D. Barnes. Seventh How: J, Riddle-
J. Lipman. Eighth Row: C. Ballman, S. Freden-
Tenth Row: B. Winter, A. Casey, A. Miller,
P. Bell. Eleventh Row: C. Wayson, A. Cur-
Our 1950 Traffic Squad, composed exclusively of senior boys and
girls, is under the sponsorship of the Student Council and the faculty
supervision of Mr. Calvin Rogers. The duties of the squad are to keep
order in the halls during the passing of classes, aid in the formation of
the cafeteria line at the lunch periods, and assist at fire drills and assem-
With Lee lVlcNew as captain and Earl Condon as second in command,
the squad has been divided under lieutenants. The lieutenants of the
first, second and third floors are Charles Ballman, Julian Stevens, and
Tommy Meekins, respectively.
The members are expected to maintain a fair scholastic standing and
are chosen for qualities of citizenship, leadership and responsibility.
First Row: P. Stockett, B. Stockctt, B. Horton,
J. Duckett, E. Bausum. Second Row: R. Mikle-
john, P. Zelko, J. Wooster, M. A. Woolford.
Third Row: V. Brooks, S. Lee, S. Berry,
S. Rule, R. Parsons. Fourth Row: M. Davis,
B. White, N. Davis, S. Achenback, fifth Row:
J. Daugherty, N. Russell, C. Bouttier, I. Sears,
C. Ballman. Sixth Row: B. Winter, B. Deale,
E. Condon, B. Stearns, J. Stevens. Last Row:
T. Meekins, L. McNew, E. Burdett, L. Turner,
Logan, Lewis, Johnson, Con-
Date-Any Friday Afternoon
H Place-Tally-Ho Press Room
They came? Are you su re? Are you super positive? Hallelujah! Chalk
another Tally-H0 up on 'gye oldew newspaper calendarlw
Contrary to some thoughts that a newspaper just 'ccomesv every other
Friday, it takes a determined staff many extra hours to bring that Hat lastw
issue into existence.
Working with the regular staff is a competent group of business staff
workers who, through ads they have obtained, make possible plans for
sixteen issues per year.
Tally-Ho covers every phase of school life and every department of
study and activity. Along with the old stand-bys, 'LlVlain
and 'gin the Sportlightv, the "Koaches Korner", and family relations prob-
lems are becoming popular.
A group of cub reporters is now being trained to
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First Row: J. Reichel, E. Much, N. Bishop, J. Ramey. N. Russell, M. Adams, J. Moldon. P. Mulligan L
Connell, H. Fisher. Second Row: M. Moon, J. Cromar, A. Johnson, J. Carr, B. Stearns 1Editor-insChiefJ A
Hidout, N. Bayliff, P. Zelko, Miss Kibler. Third Row: P. Sherwood, A. Logan, A. Brice, B. Saunders, N
Bnerger. R. Crosby. P. Byrne, J. Wolfe. M. Putnam, F. Lewis, J, Halstead, D. Lloyd. J. Henncbergcr,
Janet tutors Gene.
Four years of hard work have reaped for a few the reward of being
chosen for the National Honor Society. At least a "Bn average since
the freshman year and the other qualities, leadership, character, and ser-
vice, are required of the members. The Society is the goal of ambitious
Each six weeks the Honor Society awarded a homeroom banner to
the room having the greatest number on the honor roll. Tutoring under-
classmen occupied much of the members, time this year.
Membership in this group signifies real accomplishment in high school
Standing: J. Daugherty, N. Russell, P. Kaiser. C. Bass, W. Scarborough, B. Stearns, A. Loughlm
Webb. Sitting: Miss Swartz, V. L. Brooks. A. Ridoul. Nl. Bottner, B. Bryant, S. Rule, A. Kramer, M, Kramer
Heineman, Connell, Pole, ,Ioesting
I am the WAKE-a scrapbook of memories.
In September I was known only to the staff which was to pulalish me.
From a few pages of scrawled notes, some sketches, and scattered ideas,
I began to take form. In October my theme, a school day, was adopted.
I began to lieconie a reality, slowly hut surely, as each activity added
its hit to my appearance. Classes, sports, and organizations Came to life
on my pages. W1'ite-lips told my story, pictures added the personal tour-li
which my readers desired.
Davis, Saslaw, Mrs. Kinhart, Horton
EXECUTIVE STAFF-Hill, Ioesting, Con-
nell, Heineman, Pole, Palmer, Saslaw
Zellto, Connell. Muni. Jacohs. Bass. Wrehh, Mrs. Owens
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ang. Ji afae
Meanwhile the nlemhers of my staff worked and worried. Divider
pages, layouts, and copy hecame their greatest concern. And there were
always dehts and deadlines in the l?ill7lig1'0l1l1Cl. Still l continued to grow.
l've come il long way during the past eight months. Now here I um
for all the students of Annapolis High School-fthe l950 WAKE.
Tack. Kramer. Lipman. Zelko, Marstrni
Asher, Casey, Cromar, Hacker, Daugherty,
L'This is NUT at tea partyg you ean,t drop in
any tinielw lVlr. Knnlile may have expressed annoy-
M , il Q ance and even exasperution at limes, but sueh ex-
pressions are prompted bv his desire to maintain
high standards of performanre.
How well these were at-liieved the student body
and the public were able to judge when our two
ehoral groups combined to present flflflffllfl, Radio
broadcasts, assemblies. bam:cala1u'eate and eommenec-
ment exercises provided additional opportunities for
the chorus to display its talents.
This spring fifty singers represented A.H.S. in
the All-County Chorus, which performed at Glen
Burnie. In preparation for this occasion the upper
hall rang with such eontrasting melodies as the de-
lightful '4Some Enehanted Evening" and the beauti-
fullv reverent "Dona Nobis Paeeniii.
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First Row: S. Greenfield, D. Phipps, L. Dawson, S. Waterman, ff. Kantz, E, Muni. M. K. Herr, J. Downing, E.
G. Bell, Mr. Knnkle. Second Row: A. Doyle, S. Bush, P. Atweli, D. Milt-to, M. Lewis, U. Troll, A
Johnson, E. Doran, N. Roberts, D. Jackson. Tlnfnl Row: C. Connell. U. J. H3ltllf'f. B. Walters. ff- COODFY. ll-
S. Duvall, 5. Bachmann, C. Richman, C. A. Turner. 1 . Kaiser. Fourth Row: B. Stearn, T. Wine-lrlieris,
lf. Jacobs, J. Lipman, J. Wooster, D. Zi-pp, K. Leonas, D, Daniels, A. Miller. Fiffh Row: J. Nichol-s, H.
liasey, S. Hush, R. Parsons, M. liland, K. llooper. J. lleririelwrger, R. Puff. Sixth Row: D. Miller.
ll. Phelps, E. Windsor, D. Thompson, W. Paul. K. Sears, J. Ferris, R. Windsor. Severitli Row: ll, Sheridan.
H. Wood, C. Reivh, A. Pu-nlly, T. Morton, ll. Willis, Nl, Collins. J. Nlc'lIi'orn-. Eighth Row: li. llorlopan.
B. Kereliner, ll. Km-nn:-rly. F. Wilson, RA Morgan, P. Wolod.
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li. Pugh. P. Hoyt, J. Sturgis, li, broller. .l. Vlnnlam
The A.H.S. hand appeared last fall at several
football games and with its lively marches en-
livened school spirit.
Under the direction of Mr. Furman. the hand
practiced marching drills on the athletic field.
They prepared for the half-time exercises used at
fall games during which they marched and made
Besidee entertaining at our school asscinhlics.
the eighteen memhcr hand traveled to Glen llurnie
for a guest performance and played at the Spring
Students with little or no knowledge of music
were encouraged to enter the heginners, hand, using
instruments which they rented or ohtained free of
Mr. Furman has proved that he can organize
a spirited hand, even with inexperienced material.
Swztcdz li, Kaufman, K.. llall, K. lilock, S. llladcs, ,I ffordh-, ll, Ilraslnfars. 5. Brice. A. Bender, li. Mwe
' ' ' ' ' ' Sfamlingz T. Kelly. Mr. Furman, C. Tack.
Our snappy. strutting majorettes have
ehown at great deal of improvement over at
small. inexperieneed group of Iassies last
year. Under the eapulile leadership of Ruthie
Parsons, the squad has worked vigorously to
produee pretty speetneles for the spectators'
entertainment. The niajorettes have added
mueh excitement and enthusiasm to the .loot-
linll games hy exhiliiting their speeial twirling
HY" for vietory.
l Flon! Row: ,l. W'olle, R.
l Parsons, ll. Hedges. Serum!
Row: P. llell, M. A. Wool-
ford, F. Williaine, D. liar-
ker, D. Purdy, L. llam-
. lirneh, M. lit-tliel.
Still more feminine t,'llill'lH has made its
eontriliution to A.H.S. spirit. Under the
tutelage of Mr. Alexander this year, the eheer-
leaders learned at Illllllllffl' of new routines.
These l'l'1CPl'H were sueeessfully introdueed to
the student liody hy the energetic girls them-
selves. Their vim and vigor helped to develop
at peppy gang of rooters who supported the
wearers of the Blue and Maroon.
4'I7ig'l1t, team, fightli'
Front Row: ll. Wm-iw, li.
Sweeney, ,l. Dynix-nt, Cup-
lain G. Richman, C. lit-ll.
A. Fisher,P.Westplial, Brzek'
Row: L. Seihle, li. Harder.
Il. Sheralml. lf. Durant. D.
Wcstplial, ll, Barnes.
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ent'-chlci Second Row: C. Springfield, A. White, A. Calalmrm-sx'. V. Carr, F, Bowles, T. Meekins, L. Sprm lie 1'
Hortopan Third Row: W. Kerchner, W. Hughles, W. Kenncrly, W. Mumford, J. Staton, N. Tydings, G Howard
ozrtlz R w T. Renfrn, ll. Wood, J. Jennings, D. Cook, R. Purdy, D. Newell. J, Simmons.
A not spectacular but hard fought season showed our Panther gridmen
gaining in power and spirit. Often the underdog, A.H.S. came through
many times to exhibit increasing strength and determination.
The biggest game was a 27-6 victory over Elkton in which A.H.S.
scored four touchdowns and had four called back. Equally as exciting
was the 14-2 defeat of Havre de Grace in which two touchdowns, one a
ninety yard run by Howard Wood, were scored in the last four minutes
of the game.
The great moral victory of the season was the last game against
Wicomico High School of Salisbury. Favored by at least 50 points,
Wicomico was held to a slight l2-6 margin over Annapolis High. Thus the
steadily improving varsity completed their arduous schedule on a happy
Watch the Panthers next year!
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The Panther varsity quintet had a lair season this year, dropping the
county Crown once again to arch-rival Glen llurnie after three hard fought
Lack of height cannot account for the loss ol games, as six Panthers
towered six feet or overg Ford, the smallest man. was five feet seven.
Tap plays on jump halls proved to he most effective this season,
collecting many valuahle points for the Blue and Nlaroou. Captain
'aCoatsie" Como had a total of 130 points, averaging ten sinkers per game.
Although six of the eleven man squad heloug to the class of 350,
pivotmen Don Como, Jones, Hyatt, and Moyer will return to spark next
Cualgie Sinkg Une. Nichols meets opposition.
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ll. Miller, Coaell R!'IllNi'lll4"I'. Front R011 'Vl Fld r ,I Ba er
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Front Row: T, Kelly, E. Britton, D. Pennington. C. 4WhilIington. J. lforfl, I". ,lung-5, J, Eaglprday-
A. Tners, D. Como. Burl: Row: 'l'. Diamond. .l. f.o1'1llf'. ff. Slorlon. lf. Vermillion. E. Weher
N. Phipps, E. Bnrdett, R. Brady, Coafll. COX-
The varsity soccer team had a fairly successful season, losing only
two of the seven game series.
Although many of the players were first year men and though the
emphasis on football cut down the nnmher of candidates, the team was
well organized. The boys played mainly as a defensive unit and allowed
a total of only seven goals against them in all seven contests.
The squad is losing five memhers of the class of l950 lint will gain
trained players from this yearis ,l.V. squad.
First Row: Coach Cox, G. Britton, J.
Sewall, W. Klawans, C. Lawson, E.
Higgins. Second Row: W. Phipps, R.
Kelly, O. Beall, D. Bloor, M. French.
Third Row: A. Howard, S. Miller, J.
Schoocraft, D. Ryan, H. Harvey.
Southern 1 2
Arundel 1 1
Southern 0 1
Aberdeen 2 0
Glen Burnie 2 2
Arundel O 0
Glen Burnie l 0
First Row: K. Block, 0. Perry. F. Bighee, Coach Bonari, Coach Rentschler, R. Gang, M. Covington, B. Sheridan.
Serum! Row: E. Hendricks, R. Brady, P. Lunlvr, C. Reich, C. Como, J. Staton, .l. Ford. Third Row: D. Burtis, G.
Evans, B. Bryant, T. Nleekins, ,l. Jennings, R. Beavers. B. Kennerly, P. Chaney. Fourth Row: J. Pierce, V. Carr,
'l'. Steward, G. Armiger, R. Rossback. P. Parkinson, L. R Turner. Fifth Row: B. Storton, T. Sutphin, F. Jones, D
Palmer, A. Tut-rs, A. Tomanio, D. Pennington. B. Mayes.
Practice sessiorv-Sutphin, Como.
Background: Ford, Jones, Turner.
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Losing only three squadmen with the class of VL9, the Blue and
Maroon usluggersw return to the diamond with high hopes of avenging
Patroling the outfield will be ,lack Staton, Lee Turner, and Pip Moyer,
infield chores will be taken care of by Coatsie Como, Barry Bryant, and
Frank Jones. As for the hits and runs department, the Panthers will have
to depend on their same defensive alignment. Such "Ozark Ikesw as ,lack
Staton, Barry Bryant, and ,lim Ford will pepper the outfield and send
alien pitchers to the dugout.
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Seated Manager B. Brown, Coach Cox, Manager A. Bentley. First Row: W. Klawans, ,l. Belch, T. Kelly, B Smith
Mana er F Berry, T. Coble. Second Row: J. Beans, T. Shores, A. Harvey, D, Newell, J. Stevens, R. Purdy F
Sellars ,I Reed. Third Row: E. Britton, B. Joesting, B. Kerchner, W. Hughes, W. Brandenburg, G. Howard C
Schmidt Fourth Row: N. Buerger, D. Miller, R. Renfro, H. Brown, J. Selloocraft, D. Nichols, R. Crosby, D Ryan
Frith Row T. Dorsey, M. Hyatt, D. Como, D. Olson, J. Simmons, W. Lusby.
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Returning for its third year at A.H.S., Maryland's own sport, lacrosse,
claims many spirited veteran and rookie stickmen.
Although a tough seven game schedule is in store for the Panthers,
a successful season is expected as lettermen George Howard, Beau Joesting,
T. J. Dorsey, Walt Lusby, and Joe Stevens go into action along with
rookies Donny Como, Pip Moyer, and Doug Newell.
Last spring the stickmen, playing their first full schedule, ended with
one win and six losses. The 1950 squad has high hopes of reversing their
Kelly on the defense
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First Row: Coach We-therhold, B. Walters, Managerg J. Suit, J. Sewell, A. Calabreese. Second Row B
Sorrell, H. Wood, J. Levay, D. Crosby, E. Vermillion. Third Row: C. Springheld, J. Baker, H. Sul
livan, D. Hollidayoke, W. Mumford, B. Baldree.
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The A.H.S. cindermen, although lacking material because of the
influence of two other varsity sports, have been practicing faithfully in
preparation for their first meet in April.
As this is the second year for the Blue and Maroon trackmen, only
two meets have been scheduled.
Hold-overs from last year are Jim Levay in the 220-yard dash and
the shotput, 46Wee Willie', Mumford and Hank Hollidayoke in the 100
yard dash, and Georgie Springfield in the broad jumps.
Bill Sorrell, Bill Kennerly, and Jimmie Baker, new additions to our
sprinters, compensate for the loss of Allen Jackson and Marvin Shoaf.
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Kneelzng B Jones B Manning B Horton, M. Beall, S. Greenwell. Standing: Manager C. Con-
nell D Phlpps M Beyerlem M Vanderburg, S. Berry, P. Weber, S. Bush, S. Duvall, J. Caldwell,
Field ball ballet
Fighting triumphantly to the highest honors they could
obtain this year, the Lady Panthers fieldball team beat Glen
Burnie in order to bring home the county championship
The team consisted of eight veterans from last year
and seven new up-and-coming lassies.
Pat Weber, high scorer for this year, will be a great
loss to the team, but sophomore center Sondra Duvall shows
great promise of filling Pat's scoring position. Chris Tolan
also deserves recognition for her talent as goalie.
This victorious team won four games and tied two in
this successful season.
Practice makes perfect.
Southern 7 7
Arundel 2 3
Glen Burnie 6 6
Southern 1 3
Arundel 4 5
Glen Burnie 6 7
The third year after the return of field
hockey to A.H.S. proved to be a successful
one for the Lady Panthers. Of the six games
they played, the Crahtown lassies dropped
only one. This loss to Catonsville, which came
the third game of the season, seemed to in-
spire the players rather than to discourage
themg the team was victorious in every other
Betty Stuller, an outstanding player of the
'49 season, was high scorer for this year.
It is hoped that other county schools will
.toon put hockey teams on the field so that
our schedule can he expanded to include our
more familiar rivals.
Catonsville 2 3
Montgomery Blair U l
Catonsville 3 1
Bladensburg 0 4
Montgomery Blair 0 1
St. Mary's Seminary l 3
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Front Row: Manager A. Logan, J. Asher, B. Westphal B Pfautz R L Xoung C White 'VIA Woolford
' C h Wharton Manager S Achenhack I
B. Simmons, E. Bausum, E. Ford, S. Windorf. Back Row oac
Bausum, J. Daugherty, B. Winter, B. Stuller, A Loughlm S Fredenhur h ,l Wheeler B Egan
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Frnnl How: Nlanagu-r K. llvrhers. ll. llorlon. lf. HZIIIWIIIII. A. Loughlin.
ll. xxllllll'l', R. Young, R. 'l'irsr'hman. Manager N. fiaracofe-. Buell' Row:
fluafwli Wharton. 5. Yost. B. Simmons. B. Ftullcr. T. Wuvliln-ns. l. llausum
l'. W1-her, S. llush. .I. Wolfe, B, juuvys.
A seasoned varsity sextet, having only one new squad
ineuilmer, took to the court for A.H.S. this year and fought
with undaunted spirit despite the elimination of the cham-
The Pantherettes were sparked through five victories
in an eleven game schedule by Co-Captains Ardie Loughlin
and Betty Winter. Betty was high scorer, racking up over
one hundred points.
Although the class of '50 is claiming five valuable
players, both Donetta Jackson and Ingrid Asche have proven
their prowess on the .I.V. squad and make the future look
hrighter for the Blue and Maroon.
Frou! Rauf: Managers J. Earle and A. Kinnvyg C. Cannnarata, A. Fisher. l. Asche
ff. Davis. D. Jackson. K. Duckelt. Coach Coggiano. Burk Row: C. Delaflrier
R. McPherson, H. Ferguson, H. Donaldson, A. Wlavra. C, Tolan, S. Bachmann,
S. Duvall. D. Purdy, J. llicks. D. Barnes, E. Shovestal. E. Sweeney.
First Row: E. Bausum. B. Westphal, J. Donovan, P. Turner, Coach Wharton, Manager D. Zepp, D. Duckett, J. Duckett,
B, Walters. Second Row: E. Ford. E. Meade, B. Wilson, M. Vanderhurgh, S. Yost, B. Johnson, A. Loughlin, J.
Wolfe, F. Keeney. B. Winter, A. Carr, B. Aorilio, R. Young. B, Simmons, M. Beyerlein, B. C-roller.
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The Lady Panther usluggersw have taken to the muddy
diamonds, practicing their hitting, chucking, catching, and
running for their opener against Southern on April 13, when
they will travel with the volleyhall and hasehall teams.
The squad had an unusually large turnout of veterans,
as well as rookies, since no first-stringers were lost through
graduation. The girls, therefore, expect to make a hang-up
joh of their eight game schedule.
Seated: Coach Allen, Manager J. Earle. First Row: B. Barry, J. Wildoner, E. B
Sweeney, C. Davis, C. Dodson, M. Bethel, D. Barnes, J. Leilmann, J. Hlcks, A. allsum
Kinney ,R. Taylor, C. Brittan. A. Moreland, F. 0'Cain, K. Duckett, li. Emrick, fer th , Lollghlin
Second Row: J. Phipps, S. Foust, D, Spangler, B. Burris, S. Bachmann, L. Clark, 7 6 Coach t Duclgett ,
B. Egan, P. Bell, 1. Asciie. v Wm.
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Stuller sends it over.
First Row: ll. Fisher, A. M. Ballman, B. Horton 5. Berry, A. Logan, A. Fisher, U. Jones, A. johnson,
IJ. Jackson, R. Tirschman. Seco1zzlRo1v: S. Achenhack, L. Stevens, B. Sherman, Bush, J. Caldwell, T.
Wuehhens, l. liausum, C. Connell, U. Stullcr, S. Fredenhurgh, Susan Bush, M. Wilson, C. Basil, Coach
Me Elm am! Mauna
With a larffe ffroum of' Jros Jccts the volleyball team for '50 ma' well ex :ect
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to take the state championship which was lost to lowson hy such a narrow margin
The Lady Panthers, who have been practicing several times a week, have
six games scheduled to date but hope to add more.
Last year thc girls took the county championship title hy winning five of
their county games and tying one.
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K The romance, beauty, and excitement of Queen Anne's Court descended
upo11 our stage in November when the combined choruses of A.H.S. p1'e-
sented the operetta 'GlVlartha',.
The stage was colorfully arrayed with gay peasantry attire in contrast
to the rich silks and satins of the courtiers. Green, rolling hills comprised
the scenery for several scenes, while the interior of a rustic farm house
was the scene for other action.
Lovely voices were raised in song to depict the story of a bored Lady
who sought diversion from court life by posing as a servant girl at the
Many students contributed their talents to the songsters' production
by making, painting, and erecting scenery, designing and stitching costumes,
operating a uPunch and Judy Showw, and handling the many details of
Coaching soloists and directing the music, lVlr. Robert F. Kunkle was
producer-directorg while Mr. George Norris was associate producerg and
Miss ,lean Swartz was dramatic coach.
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211ml-local Solo--Ruth Parsons
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Ifmnie lnslrufzzezzfal Trio-
jaek Pierce, Albert Cur-
rier. George B ass
f,ll0l'A'll'l-Sl',, IlC'gillllflIg upper lefli
lfnglemang Sorrell and Cala-
lureese: lieielrel uncl Calzllmreeseg
hpiervewilz and liassuwilfg Cald-
well, Weber, lglSllOIl, and Berry:
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ezlfeterin was truly trunsforniedg as
the dancers entered, at rainbow of
pastel colors niet their eyes-
strezuners overhead, huge roses und
daffodils lrlooniing on the walls,
giant hluehirds, swirling gowns.
Add to this spectacle the mingled
svents of many eorsages, the strains
of melodic music, und the result
mm tl perfect evening at our Spring
Shivers ran up spines and suspense gripped
the audience when the terror-filled mystery,
wliiger Housew, was presented by the class
The capable cast created unforgettable
characters: the calm hut determined Erma
and her devoted fiance, uMac,,g Mrs. Mur-
dock with her Scottish hrogueg the crystal-
gazing Yami, tipsy Aunt Sophie, whose teeth
didnlt fit, Ufswald and his butterfly net, gum-
chewing Peggy, the unfortunate mystery
woman, the villanous Arthur and his accom-
Equally as important as the actors were
those hehind the scenes who furnished wind,
rain, screams, the sliding of doors and the
appearance of the tiger claws-all of whose
timing was essential to the effectiveness of
f.lllCCA'ilIg propeflies-Lipman, Brooks,
Putting up flats-Sutphin, Tuers, Burdett
Painting the selfljalnier, Bottner, Daugh-
crly, Shelton, Ravenscroft
Al'l'fll1giIIg Izfghlirzg effectsfNichols, Cook,
Erma Lowrie ..,, Ruth Parsons
Yami, a Hindu .... James Levay
Sophia Broderick ..... Julianne
Mrs. Murdock . , . . Eva Munz
Mac Intosh . . . , . Lee McNew
Arihur Hale ,.,... Jack Pierce
Oswald Kerins ..., George Bass
Peggy Van Ess . A Patricia Weber
Thompson ........ Virgil Carr
'The Mystery Woman' . . Mildred
Underslurlies ,.... Joan Cromar
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"So I sasserl a customerf,
Miss Kibler directs.
Awaiting their cues
QMunz, Daugherty, Levay,
Uur hero in action
1Parsons, McNew, Daugherty
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W E leave behind our precious high school memoriese-memories that
the WAKE will hold captured between its covers for years to come.
Our sincere gratitude is extended to all those who worked so faithfully
to make this book possible. Our special appreciation is given to Mr.
Sidney C. Schultz of H. G. Roebuck and Son for his patience and guidance
. . . to Warren Klawans who spent his extra moments snapping the informal
shots for the WAKE . . . to M1'. Ross Dunaway who lent us pictures . . .
to Mrs. Howard Kinhart for managing the financial end of our annual
. . . to Mrs. Edward Owens and Mrs. Thomas Carpenter for their
leadership and suggestions . . . and to the students of A.H.S. whose high
school years live on these pages.
Dick Achenback '45
Mrs. Walter Achenback
Charles Adams, U. of Md.
Anna Agapitos '47
Mr. Victor Agriesti
Mr. Thirheld Aisquith
Eva Alvanos '48
The A.H.S. Band
John Waters Anderson III
Mr. W. T. Armbruster
George Armiger '52
Geo c Armiger
Jane D. Armiger '48
Madeline Armiger '46
Ridiard D. Armstrong
Benjamin F. Asher
Margaret F. Asher
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. B. Asher, Jr.
Joyce Asher '51
Claude F. Atwell
Joseph T. Atwell
Mrs. Carroll Avery
Mr. E. R. Avery
Lt. N. E. Aubrey, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. M. Axelrod
Miss Madeline Ayers
Mrs. Mary Ayers
Mrs. E. F. Boettcher
Mrs. S. Borssuck
Mrs. Harry B. Bottom
Lt. J. H. Bouchal
John L. Boucher
Florence T. Boulton
Mr. George Bounelis
Mary Bounelis '51
Claudette Bouttier '50
Mrs. Jean Bouttier
Mrs. Alice M. Bowen
Mr. Emory Bowen
Mrs. H. D. Boyd
Mt. Zion Boys
Mrs. W. H. Bradford
Bernard M. Brady, Jr.
Mr. Bc Mrs. James Brady
Mrs. Elizabeth Branham '40
Mrs. F. T. Branham
Mrs. C. Br
Mr. John Brazell
Mrs. Louise Brenan
Miss Naomi Brewer '27
Carroll A. Brice '46
Mrs. C. C. Brice
Mrs. C. C. Brice, Jr.
Mr. Sc Mrs. R. Tilghman Brice ll
Mr. H. Brink
Dr. Philip Briscoe
Mrs. Alfred W. Britton
Mrs. Ava Britton
Mrs. Helen Baldru
Mrs. Benjamin Ball
Mrs. George L. Ball, Jr.
Mrs. C. J. Ballman
Mr. 8: Mrs. E..K. Barber
Barbara M. Basil '48
Mrs. C. G. Basil
Mr. Sc Mrs. J. Leslie Basil
Mrs. Robert Basil
Mr. Robert Basil
Mrs. Benj. L. Brooks
Mr. George T. Brooks
Mr. 8: Mrs. James Norman Brooks
Mrs. Louise Brooks
Virginia Lee Brooks
Mr. Carl C. Brown
Catherine Brown '50
Nina Brown '47
Mr. Richard A. Brown
Mr. 8: Mrs. T. B. Brown
Mrs. Addie Beall Bryant
Mr. gl Mrs. Wm. G. Bryant
Mrs. H. C. Buchwald
Robert Basil, Jr., '51
Mrs. Ruthard Basil
Mr. James H. Bassford
Mr. Paul A. Bassford
Mr. 8: Mrs. B. F. Bausum
Mr. Fred W. Bausum
Harold Bausum '46
Capt. Sydney Bunting
Mr. 84 Mrs.
James E. Burdett
Mrs. William Burtes
Mrs. John E. Bausum
Miss Miriam Bausum
Mr. Rr Mrs. Wm. H. Bayliff
Mrs. Maurice Beall
Mrs. Oscar Beall
Mr. lk Mrs. R. Clinton Bean
Mrs. Arthur Beaulieu
Mr. 8: Mr. S. Alton Bell
John C. Behlke
Mrs. Lillian Behlke
Mrs. Albert Bembe
Mr. Paul M. Benner
Mrs. Carlton Bennett
Mrs. Norma Bensinger
Bus No. 26
Henry Buser '48
Mr. John Buser
Mrs. B. H. Bush
Butch of '47
Betty and Bill Butler
Edith Cadell '48
The Cafeteria Gang '50
Capt. 8: Mrs. H. H. Caldwell
Miss Sarah Callahan
Y. M. Sc Y. W. Senior Canteen
Mrs. L. M. Cockaday
Mrs. Emma Carlson
Capt. X4 Mrs. F. A. Berry,
Mrs. L. J. Berry
Robert C. Bicker
Miss Fern Bell '36
Mrs. William Billups'
Mr. Anthony Bischoff
Mrs. Albert Block
Maude E. Blades
Mrs. James R. Bland
Mrs. Benjamin Bloom
Mrs. Samuel Bloom
Mrs. James Blouin
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. L. Boerstler
Mrs. Earl Boettcher
Mr. James Carlson
Mrs. Thomas P. Carpenter
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Everrett Carr
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. lvarrington Carr
Mr. Sc Mrs.
Mr. llc Mrs.
Roland A. Carr
Virgil H. Carr
Bob Carrick '44
Mrs. Carrie E. Casey
Lillian F. Casey '50
Mrs. C. W. Cheatham
Thomas J. Cullimore Jr.
Chaneyville Bus No. 73
Mrs. Jean Champion
Anna Characklis '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Gregory Characklis
Captain A. B. Chesser
Mr. Walter Child
Mr. R. Christo
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. Randolph Church
Mrs. Oliver Clark
Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul E. Clark
William B. Clatanoff
Mr. W. Claude
Thelma B. Claw
Mfr. Harlen Cleveland
Paul Sidney Cohen
Miss Luciel Coggiano
Mr. William Cole
Mrs. Ernest 'Collison
Mr. John N. Collison
Mr. J. R. Collison
Mrs. Walter Collison
Mr. William Collison
Mr. William J. Collison
Mrs. Alrna E. Como
Mr. Roland E. Como
Mr. 84 Mrs. B. Carl Condon
Earl Condon '50
Mrs. Charles A. Connell
Mr. James Conrad
Mr. H. B. Cook
Mrs. John M. Cook
Rev. G. Albert Cooper
Miss Sadie Cooper
Kathryn Rogers Cordle '27
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wilson Corwell
Miss Cox's 2nd Pr. Eng. Class
Miss Cox's 3rd Pr. Eng. Class
Miss Cox's 4th Pr. Eng. Class
Miss Cox's 6th Pr. Eng. Class
Mrs. Helen Cox
Miss Mary Katharine Cox
Mr. 8: Mrs. G. A. Crandall
George P. Crandall '50
Mrs. A. Lee Creighton
T. S. Crismond
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Albert Crosly
Wilson B. Crosly
Mrs. lla Crutchfield
Mrs. Edward Cummings
Mr. Bc Mrs. Daniel J. Curran
Albert W. Currier '50
Prof. 8: Mrs. A. E. Currier
Mr. 84 Mrs. J. L. Currier
Virginia Lee Currier '50
Mr. Larry Cusak
Mrs. Lea Daiden
Marian Dauer '47
Mrs. E. H. Daugherty, Jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. J. Daugherty
Mr. Channing H. Davis
Miss Elizabeth V. Davis
George K. Davis
Jennie C. Davis
Jennie May Davis
Miriam Davis '50
Nancy Carol Davis '50
Mr. Raymond L. Davis
Mr. Richard Davis, Jr.
Barbara Dawson '48
Mrs. Catherine Dawson '43
Gilbert Dawson '41
Mr. Robert Dawson '39
Shirley Dawson '45
Mrs. Amy E. Daywalt '42
Mrs. Emerson E. Deale
Mrs. Christian Dammeyer
Mrs. Alice j. Decker
Mrs. Malcolm E. DeConway
C. L. Deeter, jr.
Miss Florence De Lone
Alberta A. De Lone
Mr. Marlin DeMay
Mr. Myron J. Dey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Gus Diamond
Mrs. Lora Di Benio
I.. j. Doblis
Mr. 8: Mrs. Guy M. Dodson
Mrs. P. A. Donald
Paul A. Donald '46
Mr. 8: Mrs. Ernest Donaldson
Edgar F. Donaldson
Mr. A. Donner
Mrs. j. Donner
Carroll R. Dove '60
Dorothy V. Dove '50
Mr. R. Edward Dove
Mr. Richard Dove, jr.
Miss Shirley Dove
Mrs. Wilson Dove
Mrs. H. C. Downing
Mr. 8: Mrs. Don YV. Drew
George S. Duckett '47
Mrs. W. B. Duckett
Mrs. Henry Duerbeck
Mrs. Archie F. Dull
Mrs. Franklin H. Dull
Mr. Glenn Dumas
Mr. 8: Mrs. Coleman Du Pont
Kathryn Kutch Duvall '27
Sandra Duvall '52
Mrs. C. S. Dyment
Mrs. F. G. Ecken
Mrs. Harry Ecken
Editor of '45 W'ake
Mrs. F. Ehrlich
Mr. 8: Mrs. William H. Ellinghausen Jr.
Mr. Mackie Elliott
Mrs. ,Robert H. Elliott
Mrs. Anna Ely
Mrs. Raymond Ely
Mrs. Theodore Embers
Mr. 8: Mrs. james Emmanuel
Miss Margaret Englehart
Mr. George A. Erickson
Mrs. S. Alvin Etzler
Mrs. Cora Evans
Mrs. Matthew S. Evans
Mrs. Pearl M. Evans
Mr. 8: Mrs. William Fanning
Charlotte Maude Farish '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. William Farish
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. Faucett
Miss Nyce Feldmeyer
Mrs. John C. Ferguson
Mrs. E. G. Feuz
Mrs. Charles Fisher
Dorothy Fisher '
Mrs. Marie A. Fleetwood
lames Ford '50
Mr. W. F. Flood, jr.
Mrs. William F. Ford
Mrs. Edith Forte
Mr. Steve Fondas
Fourth Pr. Cooking Class
Mrs. Boyd Foust
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert W. Fowble
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. C. Fowler
Walter H. Fowler
Mrs. Wiley L. Fowler
Capt. 8: Mrs. Fradd
Fen 8: Fran
Fally 8: Fran
Charlie Frank '48
Mr. Bernard Hall Frantom
Mrs. Gertrude Frantom
Mrs. Claude Frazer
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard Fredenburg
Mr. Austin R. Frey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul E. Fuhrman
s. Dorothy Fulton '38
s. P. W. Fuser, Sr.
Future Dentists of America
Miss Helen Gall
john F. Galloway
Mr. james W. Gardner
s. William F. Gardner
Mrs. Hal R. Garner
rgie Garner '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harvey E. Gates
Betty Ann Gaug
s. H. Gaver
Ann Gaw '45
Mrs. Hattie Gaylord
rry F. Gemme
General Business Class
Gloria George '51
jim 8: George
Mr. J. N. Getty
Mrs. Rowena W. Gibbons
Mrs. Prim Gillespie
s. M. D. Gilmore
Varsity Baseball Girls
g. Gen. A. A. Gladden
Mr. lk Mrs. M. A. Glosscock
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert j. Goodman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Gordon
Mr. Edward Goudreau
Irene M. Gralley
s. C. H. Grant, jr.
Emily E. Grant
by T. Grant
s. Dorothy Green
s. May Greenfield
Oscar Fey Grimes
s. H. L. Groller
Mr. H. H. Hack
s. Harriet B. Hacker
Mr. 8: Mrs. T. W. Hacker
s. Elsie Hagood
s. A. Halakas
Donald A. Hall
Mr. 8: Mrs. james D. Hall
s. Russell Hall
Rev. E. W. Hall
s. French Holidayoke
rgaret A. Hallock
s. N. J. Halp' :e
Vliss Dorothy E. Hamilton
Miss Ruth Hamilton
Mr. Bill Hanning
Charlie Hardesty '47
Mr. 8' Mrs. QI. E. Harms, Jr.
Ray Harrington '44
Mrs. Ethel Harrison
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Hartge
Mr. K Mrs. Ernest Hawkins
s. Karl F. Haworth
s. Eloise Hayes
Adm. 8: Mrs. P. R. Heineman
s. R. Herbert
. Carl Hering
Mr. Anthony Herold
Mr. Ernest H. Herklotz
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. E. Herr
Mr. 8: Mrs. Hiers
Mrs. Noah Hillman
Elizabeth Hodges '47
Mr. B. Hoff
Amelia E. Hohman
Mrs. M. S. Holmes
Miss Helen Holzaphel
Home Room 203
Home Room 204
Home Room 210
Home Room 211
Home Room 212
H. W. Hornbrook
Mrs. Lorraine Hornbrook
Miss Horsey's 4th Pr. Home
Miss janith R. Horsey
Doris Horton '48
Mr. Henry Hosslield
Mr. 8: Mr. George Housley
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. R. Howard
Mr. Ellis S. Howes
Mary Gaddard Howes '45
Mrs. Atler Huffer
Mr. john H. Hughes
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. W. Hughes
Mrs. Charles Hume
Miss Ruth Hummimston
Louis Hyatt '46
Muriel's Aunt Ida
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harold Innan
Jennie 8: Jack
Mrs. Lucy jackson
Elaine Jacobs '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. C. Jamar
Mr. Francis H. james
Sheridan Paul jones
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard P. janz
Mrs. Cornelius Jarboe
Elizabeth H. Jarrell
Mrs. Robert jarrell
Mrs. W. C. jarrell
Mr. M. A. jaworski
john B. jay
Dr. 8:'Mrs. David jenkins
Mr. j. Jennel
Mrs. II. 0. Jennings
Mr. Tam joines
Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank R. joesting
Andre johnson '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. B. Johnson
Mr. 8: Mrs. Sterling johnson
E. T. Jones
George P. jones
Mary Elizabeth jones
Mrs. II. B. jones
Mr. Iohn B. jones
Phyllis E. jones
Mr. 8: Mrs. Spencer jones
Vicki Lea jones
Phebe Jordon '49
Mrs. Louise Jordon
Mr. jack Kahn
Mr. Alorn R. Kaiser
C. Virginia Kaiser
Katie B. Karangelen
Mr. 8: Mrs. Dennis Kavanaugh
loe Kavanaugh '50
Richard D. Kavanaugh '47
Mr. Stanley Keith
Mrs. Harvey Kelly
Pat Kennedy '50
Miss Kibler's 3rd Pr.
Mrs. H. A. Kimball
Henry A. Kimball
Mr. B. King
Miss Esther King
Mrs. Lillian King
Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald M. Kingsley
Mr. 8: Mrs. Howard Kinhart
Mrs. Leon Kintberger
Mr. 8: Mrs. Chris Kiorpes
Miss Eleanor Kephart
Al 8: Kitty
Mrs. Clarence Klakring
Raymond L. Klakring
Dr. Maurice F. Klawans
Phyllis Knode '49
Mr. 8: Mrs. Herbert Kotzin
Arline Kramer '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Kramer
Margie Kramer '50
Miss Roslyn Kurnow '47
Mrs. Rubin Labovitz
Mr. 8: Mrs. La Chapelle
Allan j. Lamb
Gov. William Preston Lane
Mrs. Ruby S. Lang '25
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. M. Lathan
Alverda D. Lauer
Ardith Laughlin '50
Mrs. Kenneth Lowman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edgar Leatherbury
Edward C. Lee
Mrs. George H. Lee
Mrs. S. L. Lee
Mrs. William H. Lee
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wilmer R. Lee
Mrs. Edward H. Legum
Mrs. L. Leiberman
Mr. Thomas j. Linthicum
Anna G. Lerch
Eugene Lerner '48
Mr. 8: Mrs. john Allan Leroy
Mrs. R. Levy
Mrs. C. L. Lewis
Mr. Harry B. Lewis
W. T. Lewis
Mr. john Lewnes
Sam G. Lewnes
F. F. Lilly 8: M. C. Lilly
joan Lipman '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Leon Lipman
R. M. Lockett, jr.
Mr. Donald C. Lomboy
Mrs. Donald C. Lomboy
George VV. Long
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. S. Long
Charles E. MacDonald
Mr. I. W. Machin
A. H. S. Majorettes
Mrs. Frank Mango
Mr. M. R. Mankin gjr.
Miss Lorene Marking
james Cecil Martin
Mr. William j. Martin
Susie Sc Mary
Lieut. Com. 8: Mrs. W. G. Matton
Mrs. C. Mayer
Mr. 8: Mrs. William P. Mayer, jr.
Mr. George Mayo
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard B. Mcljrome
Mrs. G. McCutchen
Mr. Dick McLean
Lee A. McNew, jr. '50
Mr. R. T. McPherson, jr.
Mrs. La Rue Meade '48
Raymond Earl Meade '47
Mr. j. A. Medford jr.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Carl L. Meekins
Mr. joseph T. Meekins
Miss Marjorie F. Meekins
Mr. 8: Mrs. Melvin E. Meekins
Mr. R. S. Meiklejohn
Mrs. R. S. Meiklejohn
Mrs. Fred Merriken
Mrs. j. Arch Mellor
Mrs. Frank Meredith
Louise Messick '42
Mrs. Hans Meyer
Mr. Elwood Meyett
Mr. Roland Meyett
Mr. 8: Mrs. Emanuel Michaleson
Mrs. A. C. Miller
Mr. 8: Mrs. George A. Miller, jr.
Mr. Robert Miller
Mrs. Samuel Miller
Mr. Wilbur Miller
R. L. Mimms
Mr. john Mitchell
Mrs. M. M. Moesch
Mrs. G. P. Molden
Mrs. C. F. Monday
Mrs. Henry Monsen
Orma Monsen '45
Mrs. Anna Montag
Mr. john Montag
jeane Moore '52
Francis R. Moreland
Mrs. Kenneth H. Moreland
Paul Moreland, jr.
Mrs. Bertie Morgan
Dr. Angela Moriarty
Miss Patsy Morris
Mrs. Sinsel S. Morris
R. C. Morrow
Mrs. Charlotte Mosedale
Mary Lou Mullen '42
Clara Lee Munday
Cmd. 8: Mrs. E. R. Mumford
Mr. 8: Mrs. Otto j. Munz
Mrs. j. Walter Musterman
Mr. 8: Mrs. jos. G. Neiman
Mrs. Lina B. Neimiller
Mrs. Chris Nelson
Mrs. j. Nelson
Mr. Clarence O. Newton
Miss Linabelle Nicely
Mr. 8: Mrs. Andrew Nichols
Mr. George Nichols
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry A. Nichols
Mr. 8: Mrs. Theodore Nichols
joseph B. Neilson
Golda S. Nimburg
Mrs. j. Home
Mr. Truman Holms
G. W. Norris
joyce K. North '38
Mrs. C. P. Nothrop
Mrs. H. E. Nutt '24
A Naval Officer
Mr. 8: Mrs. Daniel C. Olson
Mrs. Alvin Owens
Mrs. Charles Owens
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward Owens
Mrs. G. A. L. Page
Dr. R. A. Page
Mr. 8: Mrs. S. E. Palmer
Mrs. Zella Palmer
Mrs. Frances W. Parker
Mr. Harold R. Parkinson '46
Mr. 8: Mrs. jack Parlett
G. Ruth Parson
Mr. john L. Parson
Dr. john S. Patti
Mrs. O. Payseur
Dr. Elizabeth Peabody
Corp. Allen G. Pease
Mildred F. Perlitz
Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond Pettingall, jr.,
Mr. Robert Petty
Mrs. Vinton W. Phillips
Mrs. Marie Phipps
Phys. Ed. lst Pr.
Mrs. john R. Pierce
Margaret Rieves Pierce
Mr. 8: Mrs. james T. Pole
Miss Betty Postom
Mr. William Povey
Mary M. Pumphrey
Mr. Robt. P. Purdy
Mrs. Louise A. Purvis
Mr. Rudolph Quade
Mr. W. E. Quenstedt
B. Rand III
Mrs. Carl Rausch
Anita jean Ravenscroft
Mrs. H. E. Ravenscroft
Mr. 8: Mrs. Abian L. Reed
Mrs. Harold Rekate '40
Family Relations III Pr.
Capt. 8: Mrs. E. C. Renfro
Mrs. F. W. Reppenhagen
Hose Rescue Co.
Lyda A. Revell
Miss Nettie Revelle
Mrs. Doris Rhen
8: Mrs. Chester Rice
Elsie M. Richardson
Mrs. Louise Richardson
H . Richman
joan Riddelberger '53
Ann Ridout '50
Mrs. Charles D. Ridout
Mrs. Howard Riggins
Mrs. Walter Riggins
Mr. 8: Mrs. T. Roland B. Riley
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. B. Rinard
Mr. Charles Rinehart
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. H. Ritter
Mrs. Lillian G. Roberts
Mrs. Thos. G. Roberts
Lt. jg. 8: Mrs. E. E. Rockwell, jr
john C. Rogers
Mrs. Marian L. Rogers
Virginia Rowe '58
Mrs. C. P. Ruff
Mrs. H. C. Rule
8: Mrs. H. C. Rule. jr.
Mary Rule '48
Susan Rule '50
Mrs. Fred Rupp
Dr. 8: Mrs. Carl P. Russell
8: Mrs. j. T. Russell
Phyllis Sabel '53
Mrs. Samuel Sabel
Mrs. Maurice Saffield
Theodore Lee Sakers
Mrs. Myrtle A. Sappington
8: Mrs. Frank Sareter
Benjamine O. Sarles '5l
S. G. Sas
Mrs. Samuel Saslaw
8: ' Mrs. j. B. Scarborough
Sc Mrs. W. C. Schenck
Sc Mrs. S. A. Schilling
8: Mrs. Melvin Schlossman
Sidney C. Schultz
A. N. Schwartz
Wm. F. Scible
Donald B. Scot
Rose Springfield Scot
Mr. 8: Mrs. Henry I. Scott
Mr. B. F. Sears
Mr. Sc Mrs. B. W. Sears
Mr. 8: Mrs. Clifton Sears
Miss Dolly Sears
Ida-Ann Sears '50
Miss jean Sears
Peggy Wood Sears
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. R. Seeders
Mr. William Segelken
Mrs. Thos. B. Segner
8: Mrs. A. Seminoff
Frank C. Serio
Severna Park No. 2
Severna Park No. 72
Mrs. Ruth Shakelton
Mrs. Myrtle Shelton
Mrs. David Shepherd
Mrs. Elizabeth Sherbert
Mr. 8: Mrs. Shoaf
Mrs. K. T. Showers
Mr. William Simpson
Howard T. Sinclair
Mr. 8: Mirs. Skoal
Peggy B. Skipper
Ann Skislak '49
Mrs. Albert Skockett
Mrs. Charles A. Small
Miss Mary G. Small
Mr. Charles F. Smith
Mrs. H. S. Smith
Mr. 8: Mrs. Leroy H. Smith
Mr. Thomas A. Smith, Sr.
Mrs. Louise G. Smith
Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas A. Smith, Jr.
Mrs. Charles Snyder
Mrs. Blanche Spencer
Mr. Everett E. Spencer
Mr. Robert F. Spencer
Mr. 8: Mrs. T. A. Springfield
Mr. William J. Stanek
Mrs. Benjamen T. Stanley '40
Barbara Steams '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. Stearns
Mrs. Charles H. Steele
Mrs. Myrtle Stephens
Mrl 8: Mrs. julian Stevens
Mr. L. A. Stevens
Mrs. Irvin Stinchcomh
Betty Stockett '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. B. E. Stockett
Dorothy Stockett '47
Peggy Ann Stockett '50
Mrs. Ellen Stratton
Virginia Stratton '48
Scott Straus '50
Senator 8: Mrs. Wm. Stromeyer
Betty Stuller '51
Mrs. Claire Suitt
Miss Rose Suitt
Mrs. Warren L. Suitt
Mrs. William B. Suitt
Miss Betty Sullivan
Mr. 8: Mrs. William W. Summers
Mr. john F. Sunderland
Mr. 8: Mrs. Glen Sutphan
Al 8: Sylvia
D. R. Talbott
Mr. Richard E. Lankford
Mr. Louis Taylor
Mr. R. C. Taylor
VI RGI L
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. H. W. Taylor
Mrs. Harry Terry '45
Mrs. ,P. W. Tuserea
Mrs. john R. Thomas
Mrs. Muriel Thomas
Weldon Thomas '50
Louise -I. Thompson '47
Bobby joe Tillman
Mr. J. M. Tingle
Mrs. Mary Tirschman
Rebecca Tirschman '50
Mrs. Homer Todd
Mr. Alfred Tomanio
R. A. Torovsky, Lt. Col.
Mrs. Gerald Tossey
Mr. 8: Mrs. D. Le Tourneau
Mr. A. B. Towman
Mr. I. M. Tringle
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Trott
Mr. 8: Mrs. Donald Trumpy
Mrs. Irene Turcoui
Mfrs. Carrie E. Tucker
Chester T. Tucker
Mr. Dick Tucker
Mrs. E. Tucker
Stanley Gene Tucker '46
Mr. lumvo Tuers
Mr. Morris Turk
Beverly Turner '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. G. F. Turner
H. A. Turner
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. R. Turner
Mr. 8: Mrs. H. V. Tydings
Nelson Tydings '50
Mr. Clarence E. Tyler
Lt. jg. 8: Mrs. A. J. Updike
Mrs. L. J. Vanderburg
Mrs. Robert Vallandingham
Mrs. Wm. -I. Vanous
Dolores A. Vanyo '27
Mr. Preston Veltman
C. P. Vickers
Amelia Frances Vlma '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. Vincent A. Vlma, Sr.
Mrs. Bertha Voigt
Mrs. C. S. Voyles
Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert T. Wagner
Mrs. Harry Wahab
Mr. 8: Mrs. jerry Walder
Mrs. Mary Walling
Mrs. G. A.' Wanchoper
Carlton S. Waring
Miss Blanche Warthen
Mrs. Hawley Waterman
Mrs. Wm. L. Watters
Paggv Wayson '47
Mr. Richard B. Wayson
Mr. N. S. Wetherhold
Capt. 8: Mrs. T. S. Webb
Mr. W. B. Webb, jr.
Mrs. G. K. Weber
Mr. B. T. Webster
Mr. Howard E. Weir
Mrs. F. A. Weiss
Mr. Harry Weiss
Mrs. james R. Welch
Iohn E. Wells
Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman B. Wells
Capt. 8: Mrs. C. L. Westhofen
Miss Margaret Wharton
Mr. 8: Mrs. Alfred Wheeler
Mr. 8: Mrs. Bennet Wheeler
Bettie Wheeler '48
Mrs. Earle Wheeler
Paul Denis Whelan
Mr. 8: Mrs. B. A. White
Mr. 8: Mrs. Clarence M. White
Mrs. W. E. Whitmore
Mr. Edward Whittington
Mr. Eugene Whittington
Chester A. Wickstrom
W. 'Emerson Wiley '50
Audry Williams '48
Mr. Charles L. Williams '39
Mr. Chester Williams
Miss Elizabeth Williams
Mrs. Elliott Williams
Mr. 8: Mrs. S. A. Williams
Mr. Walter E. Williams
Mrs. W. L. Williams '46
Robert Willis '50
Mr. 8: Mrs. R. G. Willis
Geo. V. Wilson
Miss Louise M. Wilson
Filmore W. Windsor
Mrs. I: W. Windsor
Betty Ann Winter '50
Carroll Winter '47
Charles B. Wollett
Mrs. E. H. Vtfood
B. Lorraine Wood
Mrs. W. C. Wood
Miss Elaine Woodburn
Mr. Wm. A. Woodburn
Mrs. Wm. A. Woodburn
Mrs. Wm. A. Woodbum
Mr. 8: Mrs. Herman Woodfield
Mrs. Ruth C. Woodfield
Mary Ann Woolford '50
Mr. Milbourne Woolford
Woodland Beach Fire Co.
Sam Worthington, jr., '46
Bob. Wooster '48
Mrs. Margaret VVooster
Mr. 8: Mrs. Clyde Wynne
Mr. 8: Mrs. Daniel j. Zacharias
Mrs. Beverly Zaino '42
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Frank Zelko
Phyllis Zelko '50
Mrs. D. R. Zeep
Miss Mancy Zick
3rd Pr. Zoology
M. L. Zorn
'Richer Milk ini the Cream Top Bottle"
Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Storage
COMPANY Scientific Rug Cleaning
126 W St t A . 2345
est ree nn Spa Road and West Street
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
Ice DIAL 2343
R O O F I N G .
Congratulations to the
All types - Shingles - Composite
Built-up - Metal - Slate Class of 1950
Guttering - Spouting - Skylights
Sheet Metal Work - Duets
Conditioning - Furnaces
C. A. L. WILSON ICE CREAM
Night - Sun - Holidays 4061
31 .Francis Street
120 West Street Phone 2688
NORMAN R. BELL
Brick Work Contractors
616 Third Street
Telephones 4888 and 4262
J. D. HEDIN
Mayo, Mo rylond
THE J. F. JOHNSON
Lumber - Millwork - Paint
Hardware - Builders' Supplies
Annapolis, Md. - Glen Burnie, Md.
Telephone 2337 - Telephone 100
Anthracite and Bituminous
Esso Oilburners and Fuel Oil
Frigidaire and Maytag
89 West Street Phone 9244
HARE BROS., INC.
Automotive and Marine Parts
Foot of Main Street
Of Annapolis, Maryland
D P '
MERIDITH - ROANE upon' "mn
WH. 0554 OL. l29'l-2-3
P. O. Box 428
Mt. Rainier, Maryland
, DE. 0075 UN. 0220
Annapolis, Maryland UN. 0221
Q Q TE. 'Ill0 TE. llll
THOMAS G. BASIL
Real Estate and Insurance
Annapolis Agents for -
Stieff - Gorham - Towle
Lunt - International - Heirloom
44 State Circle, Annapolis, Md.
Congratulations to :he Class of 1950
B E R M A N ' S
184 .Main Street
Your Shop of Quality for Quality Shopping
Gifts - Cards - Engraving
MONTAGUE - KYLE,
"Next to Gas and Electric
207 Main Street Phone 6157
MAURICE E. MEADE
Contractor and Builder
Residence Post Office Box
432 State St. Annapolis 206
Eastport, Md. Annapolis, Md.
Life Time Homes
Are built by Meade
THE HODGES AGENCY
49 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, Md
225 HANOVER STREET
6 N. Taylor Avenue
Plumbing - Heating - Oil Burners
Hot Water Heaters - Pumps
Prompt, Dependable Service
THE OPEN GATE
Restaurant and' Hotel
A Good Place To Eat
The Best in Steaks, Chops and Seafood
Roller Skate for Health's Sake
Monday 6' Saturday, 7:30-11 P.M.
Fried Chicken Southern Style Sunday
Telephone 7I25 or Telephone 9798 8-11 P'M'
' Delicious Barbequcs
Defense Highway, netar Parole Double-Thick
Ample Parking Space Annapolis, Md. Milk Shake,
Television West Street Extended
R. M. EGGLESTON
141 MAIN STREET
G. C. MURPHY COMPANY
100 Main Street, Annapolis, Md
Home Cooked Meals
From 6 A.M. - 12 Midnight
Quick Service - Reasonable Prices
NEW GRILL RESTAURANT
105 Main Street - Annapolis 9642
NAT GATES JR. 8. SON
Marine Engines - Inlzoard - Outboard
Sales and Service
Propellor and Bronze Distributors
F. P. ASHER, .lR.
8. SONS, INC.
Telephone Cinder Block
Annapolis 3356 Concrete Block
urs Assukmce soclsrv
or THE urureo sTATes
HOWARD CLARK RULE, JR.
44 Maryland Avenue
Annapolis, Md. Tel. 7131
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1950
Official A. H. S. Jewelry
-COLONIAL JEWERLY CO.
47 Maryland Avenue
A Sheraton Hotel
"The Center of Social Activity"
RUG CLEAN ERS, INC.
Rugs cleaned, stored and repaired
Upholstered Furniture Cleaned
In your home or in our plant
"Big or Small We Clean Them All"
AND MUSIC STORE
161-163 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
"Growing Thru Service"
Hammond Solovox Kings-Olds Band
Television and Radios
Columbia. - Victor -H Decca - Capitol
All Latest Releases
When you think of Music, think of Kecncyis
Class of '50
L I P M A N ' S
172-'I74 Main Street
J O H N N I E ' S
ESSO SERVICE STATION
Lafayette Ave. and West St.
HARRY'S MOTOR SALES
9854 - PHONES - ai 51
Groceries and Meats
Sales - Studebaker - Service
F - H - F 'l'
90 Compromise Street eeds ay em Her
Annapolis, Md. Tel. 9231 "e'e"se,""" Ge"e""
of ' "PARKER 51"
232 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
The World's Most Wanted Pen
185-187 Main Street
SAMUEL S. STOKES
L. P. MUSTERMAN
197 Main Street Annapolis, Md
E. CHURCHILL, MURRAY
Q Compliments of
SEARS, ROEBUKCK AND CO.
8 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland
M. M. PARKS
JESS RADIO AND ELECTRIC
Francis Street at Main
Congratulation and Best Wishes
to the Class of 1950
SAPPINGTON'S YACHT YARD
Severna Park, Maryland
HOPKINS FURNITURE CO.
Home of Better Furniture
123-127 Main St., Annapolis, Md.
RUTH SPECIALTY SHOP
Ruth K. Rosenbloom
Phone 4551 161-A Main Street , Annapolis, Md.
WHITVMORE - - - WINEGARDNER'S GULF
0 Southern Maryland's
31455051 Pfiflfffs West Street and Spa Road
Taylor Ave. at West St., Annapolis, Md. Annapolis 4751 Annapolis, Md.
Home of Advertised Brandt
164-166 Main sheet 129-131 Main sr. - Dial 3372
Phone 9222 , SNYDER BROTIIIERS Venetian Blinds Window Shades
Hardware, Pamts and Plumbzng Supplies .
U pholsterm g
ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Direct Factory Distributors for
B. F. Goodrich. Co., Tires 81 Rubber Products
25-27 WEST STREET Annapolis, Md.
CITY AWNING CO.
1311 West Street
T H E L E A D E R
MARBERT MOTORS, INC.
P O N T I A C
Sales and Service 4
261 West Street Phone 2335
Eyei Erarnined Daily 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
The Columbia Jewelry co Inc We Serve: Sandwiches, Soft Drinks,
I I' I Ice Cream, Candy, Cigarettes, Cigars
Jczuclers - Watches Q Dmmonds -- Opticians
138 MAIN STREET 275 WEST STREET
RODOWSKY'S Gnoclsmr SHACWS
62'2C""'1P'Z:e ijyegue Dresses - Coats - Millinery
65327502 9:2231 37 West Street Annapolis, Md.
our Meat, - our Specially Sole Agents for Mojud Dependable Hosiery
EBBY'S BEAUTY SALON
Weems Creek Telephone 481 1
FRED E. VOGES
Real Estate and Insurance
221 Main Street - Hotel Maryland Building
Phone: Annapolis 4477 Annapolis, Md.
216 Main Street Phone 9000
Flower and Gift -Shop
"The up-to-date florist"
TRI - HI - Y
Class of 1950
THE PARSONS COMPANY
220-222 Main Street
171 Conduit Street Telephone 2005 Phone 4566 Annapolis, Md.
Slip Covers - Draperies - Upholstering D,
164 West Street
Insurance and Real Estate
214 Main St. - Tel. 2684 - Annapolis, Md.
Phone 3113 "In Annapolis since 1880"
C0"'Pli"'f'1fS MILLER'S MEAT MARKET
of Fresh and Smoked Meats
POLAN'S 5C - 51.00 STORE Groceries
39 wen. sheet 1100 West Street Annapolis, Md.
CAPITAL SHOE STORE PARTY PANTRY
35 West St. Annapolis, Md. 174 West Street Annapolis, Md.
Dial 2241 Diamonds Rernounted TOMMY'S GARAGE
1 "Ar 1 ' -"
S T E A R N S Automobile 3Ig:gaii'ir1,:wQ Part:
Diamondsiv- Watches - Jewelry Affqfifofifffi- ,I-ub'fg1fi0'l
, , m0f0 mfrlfan GS
n Wad' ReP"""'g , THOMAS J. COALE, Prop.
180 Main Street Annapolis, Md- Three Mile Oak I Annapolis, Md.
Somebody's Birthday is Coming!
YORK PASTRY SHOP
210 West Street Phone 6978
Your favorite Lillies IK your favorite Compliments
B H P
sERY'CE,, Bffk ER S 0 l.EwNEs' RESTAURANT
lrvmg Izzy Wolf, Prop.
194 Green sheet Fourth Street Eastport, Md.
Compliments Compliments of
of EAGLE CAB COMPANY
LA ROSA Phone 4242
Complete Outfitters for
Gents, Ladies and Children
B A E R ' S
Our Easy Payment Plan is at your Service
S A D L E R ' S
20 Dock sf. Al'll'lCPOllS, Md.
JOHN M. DAWES
AND Compliments of
Hardware - Paints - Oils -- Varnishes CRISFIELD
Plumbing + Electrical and Boat Supplies CITY MARKET
Cor. Randall Street and Market Space
THE POWDER PUFF
39 Maryland Ave. Annapolis, Md.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
THE FLOWER MART
37 Maryland Avenue
fBetWeen Prince George and King Georgel
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M. R. CHANCE AND SON
Certified Watchmakers and Jewelers
165 West Street Annapolis, Md.
ANNE ARUNDEL CANDIES
FIRESTONE HOME and AUTO
THE MARY LOUISE
SUPPLY ll Monticello Avenue
272-274 West Street Annapolis. Maryland
W. F. FLOOD It SON, INC. Dial 4810
STRANGE and WHITE, INC. C L A U D E . S
'IS5-157 Main St. Annapolis, Md. Betholine-Sinclair service
The Store of Branded Merchandise 927
Stetson Hats - Worsted-Tex Suits west shea' . Phone 387'
Mansfield Shoes - Arrow Shirts AHMIPOIIS, Maryland
Compliment, Compliments of
of COCA-COLA BOTTLI NG
PHOTO SHOP COMPANY
151 -Mal' Sfveef Annapolis, Maryland
Dial 4211 Artists' Supplies
R. E. STRANGE and SONS
Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes
'I59 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
SEVERNA SERVICE STATION
at Macey's Corner
Ritchie Highway and Old Annapolis Road
Severna Park, Maryland
"THE ANITA SHOPPE"
'I81 Main Street
CLIFF DAWSON'S STORE
Severna Park, Maryland
R E C01npli7nenf5
G O M A L J A K
270 West Street Phone 3829 CONCRETE PRODUCTS co-
THIRD PERIOD GLEE CLUB
Mr. Robert F. Kunkle, Director
UNIVERSAL MOTORS, INC.
'Il03-I 1,07 West Street
"Your Ford Dealer"
Congratulations to the
Class of 1950
MOTOR SALES, INC.
26 West Street Phone 9234
WEEMS SYSTEM OF NAVIGATION
227 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Md.
Aviation Ground School
Courses in Marine and Air Navigation
C Q? G.S. 6? H.O. Charts 6' Publications
Watches - Navigation Instruments
60 West Street Annapolis, Md.
Housewares - Gifts - Appliances
THE HOME APPLIANCE CO.
Makers of Happy Homes
51 West Street Telephone 6488
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
The Store for the Lad G? his Dad since 1908
46-48-50 West St. Phone 3600
KI NG'S BAKERY
Run Right to READ'S
"Drug Stores Worthy of Your Confidence"
176 Main Street
LITTLE CAMPUS RESTAURANT
63 West Street Phone 9827
"Flowers for all Occasions"
THE ACADEMY FLOWER
Lester B. Wayson, Prop.
139 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Md.
Res. Phone 4409 Bus. Phone 3200
f 100 Compromise St.
me Annapolis, Md.
W. H. THOMAS AND CO.
Complete Outfitters for Men
141-143 Main Street, Annapolis, Md.
Telephone: Annapolis 2221
ANNAPOLIS BUICK COMPANY
240 West Street
J. R. MCCRONE, JR.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Mayo Beach, Mayo, Maryland
Best Wishes to the
23 West Street Annapolis, Md.
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DELICATESSEN Edgewater, Maryland
121 Main Street
Compliments of Compliments
DOVE'S STORE of
HOME ROOM 210
THE HENRY B. MYERS CO.
45-59 West Street
SCHOOL OF DANCE
4112 Arkansas Avenue, Washington, D. C.
Wash. Taylor 2841 Annapolis 2742
Charles and Helga Moerschel
Specializing in Garden Club Nichcs
BERNARD J. WIEGARD
I ReP"0gff?:l0"5 lg Wgvd C d Real Estate and Insurance
Rolfxgogsyl Md., S sevgiiingarkf Ad. Hotel Maryland Building, Annapolis, Md.
P.O. Box 121, R.F.l. - Phone Severna 484
QUl'CK'S SEVE'RNA PARK "Y0uf Gift -Vivre"
Exclusive but inexpensive
Severna Park, Maryland 3 State Circle Annapolis, Md.
GLOBE FURNITURE COMPANY
238 West Street
We Call For And Deliver
Annapolis' Oldest Cleaners
Dry Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing
1801 West Street 201 Main Street
Tel. Severna Park 42
Old Annapolis Boulevard
Severna Park, Maryland
CHARLES F. LEE CO., INC.
Jones Station, Maryland
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