Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1951
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A warm handclasp for the gladsome, an en-
couraging word for the weary, and a smile for
everyone! That was Miss Eleanor Kephart as
students and teachers of Annapolis High School
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sacred mission. Giving unstintingly as she did of
her time and energy, she found life richly en-
dowed with good. A trip to Europe or the fall
elections were to her exciting experiences to be
realized completely. Her exuberance overflowed
to those about her.
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WILLARD ROYAL MUMFORD . . . President.
Hail-fellow-well-met, AHS assetg USNA foremost
in future, hard person to forget . . . H.R. Rep
1,2,3,4, Class President 4, WAKE Literary 4,
Business 4, Tally-Ho Business 3, Manager 4,
Stunt Nite 3,4, Traffic Squad Lieutenant 4,
Social Comm. l,2,3,4, Oflicer 2, jr. Prom Comm.
3, Hi-Y 4, Assemblies 2, Backstage Senior Play
3,4, Varsity Soccer 1, Football 2,3,4, Basketball
2,3,4, Track 2,3.
BETTY MARLENE STULLER . . . Secretary-
Proof that athletics and femininity can be com-
bined, you name it, Stuller stars in it . . . H.R.
Rep 2,3, Class Secretary-Treasurer 3,4, Athletic
Rep. 4, WAKE Circulation 4, Typing 4, Traffic
Squad 4, Oilice Helper 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3,
Varsity Basketball l,2,3,4, Hockey l,2,3,4, Volley-
ball l,2,3,4, Intra. Speedball 1, Intra. Manager 4,
Intra. Ref. 3.
BETTY LOUISE PFAUTZ . . . Vice-President.
Meets life grinning, South Atlantic Breaststroke
Championg natural warmth and charm . . . H.R.
Rep 4, Alternate 2, Class Vice-President 4,
WAKE Make-up 4, Business 4, Stunt Nite 4,
Traffic Squad 4, Office Helper 4, Jr. Prom Comm.
3, Varsity Hockey 2,3,4, Volleyball 3, Intra.
Manager 4, Intra. Ref. 3.
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ANTHONY ALBERT ABATO . . . Up-and-coming oratorg handsome Tony, headed for the bar-law,
of'course! . . . President Student Council 4, H.R. Rep. l,2,3, Assembly Comm. l,2, Orchestra I, -Ir. Prom
Comm. Hi-Y 2,3,4, Intra. Basketball 2. EDWIN L. ADAMS . . . Hammer happy Eddie, aims to be a
carpenter . . . Baseball 4. SAMUEL XVINFRED ANDERSON . . . Laughing Sam, the ladies' man, wants
to see the world . . . H.R. Rep. 4, P.-T.A. Rep. I, Assembly Comm. l,2,3, Traffic Squad 4, Lacrosse 4, QI.
V. Football 3, Varsity Lacrosse Manager l,2, Intra. Basketball I,2, Sr. Play Selection Comm. 4. JUNE
ANN ARISON . . . lVhat! A lady engineer? plus being a blue-ribbon horsewoman. . . . Varsity Volley-
ball 2,4. JOYCE E. ASHER . . . Joys, a purdy gal! off to stenography . . . Sec. Student Council 4, WAKE.
'Typing Editor 4, Patrons 4, Circulation 4, Literary 4, Assembly Comm. 2, Stunt Nite 4, Costume
Comm. 3, Trailic Squad 4, Social Comm. 2,3,4, jr. Prom Connn. Varsity Hockey l,2,3,4, Basketball l,
Volleyball 4. CHARLES C. BALL . . . Clever Charles and his clarinet: Iuture marine recruit . . . Band
3,4. XVILLIAM E. BARTELEMES . . . Early retirement for easy-going Bill, bitten by Wanderlust bug.
CYNTHIA ELIZABETH BASII .... Nimble-fingered artistry-her ticket to Carnegie Tech . . . Honor
Society Vice-President 4, XVAKE Make-up Editor -I, Tally-Ho Business 3, Assembly Comm. 2, Social
Comm. 2,3,4, Assistant Librarian 5, Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Volleyball 3, Art Service I,2, President
2. ELIZABETH FRANCES BASIL . . . Cake-baker Betty, anticipates local money making . . ..Ir. Prom
Comm. Tri-I-Ii-Y 2,3,4, Assistant Secretary 4. ROBERT BASIL, KIR .... Bob-proof that chivalry is
not dead: artistically inclined . . . P.-T.A. Rep. 1, Intra. Basketball l, Varsity Baseball 3,4.
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IDA A. BAUSUM . . . Flicker fiend, will expend her boundless energy in a nursing career . . . H.R.
Alternate 4, P.-T.A. Rep. l, WAKE Photography Editor 4, Traffic Squad 4, V. Basketball 1, Varsity
.Basketball 3,4, Hockey 2,3,4, Intra. Hockey l. XVILLIAM HOVVARD BEALL . . . Catchy smile, capti-
vating eyesg Billy's a top-notch mechanic . . . Varsity Soccer 4, Intra. Softball 2. CHARLES A. BEL-
LAM . . . Tall, dark, handsome, come .june it's "off into the wild blue yonder" . . . Glee Club 3,4,
Operetta 3,4, Varsity Football 2, Basketball 4, Track 4. LOLA ELLEN BLADES . . . Wedding bells
will ring for "Babydoll" and Duke after graduation. SAMUEL HADDAXVAY BLADES . . . "Saxy"
Sam, indispensable to our merry music makers . . . Orchestra l,2,3,4. GERALD EDWARD BLOOM . . .
Chemistry whiz, found a formula for straight A's . . . Assembly Comm. 2, Honor Society 3,4, Varsity
Basketball 4, Basketball 3, Football 3, Int a. Basketball l, 2, Softball 2. XVILLIAM E. BOU-
CHAL . . . Mischievous sparkle in his eye, capacity fer best soda jerking in Md .... Varsity Football
3, Baseball 4, Intra. Softball 3, Basketball I, 3. M XRIA N. BOUNELIS . . . Poetic Mary, wants to
sail the seven seas in her own yacht ..., A ssembly Comm. 2, 3, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey
1, Basketball 2, Intra. Softball 2, Basketball l, Hockey l. MILFORD DUANE BRASHEARS . . .
A smiling redhead, aimin' to raise the best Md. wheat and tobaccy. ANN MCCUBBIN BRICE . . .
Attractive Anita, 51's claim to fame in the literary world . . . H.R. Rep. l, WAKE Literary 3, 4 Tally-
Hoo Reporter l, 2, Associate News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Assembly Comm. l, Stunt Nite 4, Glee
Club 2, All-Country Chorus 2, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Allied Youth 2.
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EDWARD BRITTON . . . Eddie meets life grinnin'g will lift the morale of the U. S. Marines . . .
H.R. Alternate 2, P.-T.A. Rep. 1, Assembly Comm. 2, Varsity Soccer 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Intra. Bas-
ketball I. JOHN ALBERT BROMLEY, AIR .... Unhurried and unworriedg with John it's "motors
a must". LUCY ELIZABETH BROUSE . . . Sam 'io has an eye for color, flair for interior decoration.
GERTRUDE BUECHLING . . . Welcome newcomer, excels in shutterbugging. SIGNY BUSH . . .
Mischievousg wants to be a lawyer, Sig shines in sports . . . H.R. Rep. l, P.-T.A. 2, Athletic Rep. 2,
Social Comm. l, Glee Club 3, Operetta 3, -Ir. Prom Comm. 3, j.V. Basketball l, Varsity Basketball
2, 4, Fieldball 2, 4, Intra. Manager 2, 4, Intra. Ref. 2,4. SUSAN BUSH . . . Blond and quiet,
pretty Susie's plans include college in Southern Cal .... Glee Club Operetta 3, Varsity Volleyball
l, 2, 3, 4, Intra. Manager 2. MARION ELIZABETH CANTLER . . . Sweet Marion, a business
minded brunette, wants to be a secretary . . . Traffic Squad 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 1.
NANCY ALICE CARACOFE . . . Friendly and full ol' lung Nan will concoct clothes . . . Social
Comm. 4, Operetta Scenery 3, Prom Comm. Varsity Basketball Manager JANE WARRING'
TON CARR. . . Versatile and popular, natural curls: future fashion designer . . . H.R. Rep. l, 2,
Class President l, Vice-President 3, W'AKE Editor-in-Chief 4, Literary 4, Tally'Ho Regular Stall l, 2, 3, 4,
News Editor 2, 3, Traffic Squad Lieutenant 4, Stunt Nite 4, Assembly Comm. l, 2, Art Service l, Allied
Youth 2, Social Comm. l, 2, Operetta 3, -lr. Prom Comm. DAVID SAMUEL CAUSEY . . . Quiet
but coy Davey: ambition soars to being a Navy aviator
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PAUL EUGENE CLARK . . . Our broad-shouldered "mow 'em down gridironerj' P.C. might lend
Uncle Sam a hand . . . Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4. MARTIN BERNARD COLLINS . . .
Sirens, smoke, and saving lives interest "Marty", a Crabtown Hreman of the future . . . Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Varsity Track l, 2. DONALD JAMES COMO . . . Our tower of sports, versatile
"man of letters" . . . Varsity Soccer 3, Football 4, B lsketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Lacrosse 3, 4, Intra. Soccer
l, Basketball l, 2, Intra. Ref. 3, 4. RAYMOND -IA WES CONNELL . . . "3 Lett-uce 3 be happy" says
Ray, wants millions, and all for nothing! . . . l-l.R. Alternate DAVID LEE COOK ..., A year-
round sportsmang "live wire" Davey likes electronics! . . . Varsity Football l, 2, 3, Track 3, l-Ii-Y 3, Intra.
Softball l, 2, Basketball l, 2. ROBERT CALVIN COOK . . . Cookie is ace high in mechanicsg the tea
leaves say "loaf awhile" after June. WILMER PAUL COOK . . . Oh! Billy's bewitching blue eyes!
terrific build, always ready to laugh . . . WAKE Advertising 4, Tally-Ho Business 2, 4, Assembly
Comm. 2, Stunt Nite 3, 4, Traffic Squad 4, Social Comm. l, 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, -Ir. Prom Comm.
Chairman 3, Hi-Y 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, Football Manager 3, 4, Sr. Play Stage Hand 2, 3. MARLENE
FAY COOLEY . . . Matrimonially-minded Marlene: sweet homemaker-torbe. CAROL COOPER.. .
Cute, calm, collected, next step is American U-public relations major . . . Social Comm. 4, Glee
Club l, 2, 3, Operetta 3, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Volleyball 4. jAMES LOUIS CORDLE . . .
-lim, our future band leader, ambition is music, music, music . , g. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Var-
sity Soccer 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 2.
LAWRENCE CLARK DAVIDSON . . . Teasing Toughieg outdoor fancies-ice skating, hunting, old
cars. ETHEL VIRGINIA DAWSON . . . Scholastic and statuesqueg excels in business techniques . . .
Honor Society 3, 4, Officer 4, H.R. Rep. 3, H.R. Alternate 1, 2, WAKE Circulation 4. CHRIS THEO-
DORE DEMAS . . . First rate student: hopes to get rich quick-don't we all? . . . Honor Society
3, J.V. Football 3, Intra Softball l, Basketball l, 2. WILLIAM DONALD . . . Willie with the
winning waysg No. 13 on the gridiron . . . Social Comm. 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Football 4,
J.V. Basketball 2, Football 3, Intra. Softball 1, Basketball l. JILL DONOVAN . . . Frolicking blue
eyes, perpetual smile, Miss Pep 'n' Energy of '51 . . . WAKE Literary Editor 4, Tally-Ho Reporter
4, Stunt Nite 4, Traffic Squad 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Operetta 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Var-
sity Softball 2, Volleyball 3, 4. JULIAN RALPH EASTERDAY . . . Popularly called "East"g soccer
is his pride and joy . . . Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Intra. Softball l, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3.
NANCY LOU ELLIOTT . . . Nancy with the laughing faceg innate desire for brush adeptness. PHILIP
KENT ELLIOTT . . . Optimistic approachg has his eye on success . . . H.R. Alternate 1, P.-T.-A.
Rep. 2, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Track 2. RITA STUART EUCARE . . . Dark-haired dimpled
Rita, a super secretary in the making . . . Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Hockey 4,
Softball 4. RAYMOND EYLER . . . Paints, pencils, and perspective-Ray eyes a career in commercial
art . . . Trallic Squad 4, School Treasurer 4, Varsity Soccer 3, 4, Track 4.
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CAROLYN FAY FARRELL . . . Sweet 'n neat 'n tres petite, a teacher, Towson-taught . . . WAKE Make-
up 4, Circulation 4, Social Comm. 4, Ollice Helper 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3. DAVID CHARLES FIGGS
. . . "Figaro" is a man of his word, menu includes R.O.T.C. course . . . Varsity Soccer 4, Intra. Basket-
ball l, 2, 3. JAMES FINKLE'. . . Wishes he could leave AHS a football stadium, anxiously awaits
june 14. HELEN RUTH FISHER . . . Historionic Helen, fondest hope is to reach 5'-7" and a dramatics
degree . . . WAKE Literary 4, Tally-Ho Chief Proofreader 3, Reporter 2, 3, Assembly Comm. 2, Stunt
Nite 3, 4, Social Comm. 1, 2, 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Volleyball 3, Intra. Basketball l. BAR-
BARA BEATRICE FORD . . . Soft spoken Babs, a friend par excellence, returnee from a year in
England . . . WAKE Make-up 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Assistant Librarian 2. GEORGE ROBERT FORD . . .
A gob for U. S. N., very casualg mechanically-minded . . . Hi-Y 4, Officer 4, Intra. Softball 1, Basket-
ball 1. JOAN ELIZABETH FRANTOM . . . Sparkling smile, always laughing, she will be a smooth
dancing instructor . . . Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, Social Comm. 2. SUE GARNER . . .
Like to Charleston? want to sail the Caribbean? here's the gal! . . . H.R. Rep. 1, Alternate 2, Honor
Society 3, 4, WAKE Literary 4, Patrons 4, Circulation 4, Tally-Ho Reporter 1, Assembly Comm. l, 2,
Traffic Squad 4, Stunt Nite 4, Social Comm. 1, 4, Glee Club 2, Varsity Fieldball 2, 4, Volleyball 4.
HARVEY GATES . . . Known for his winning grin and "public" 1916 Buick, plans paratrooping
after college . . . H.R. Rep. l, Alternate 4, WAKE Typing 3, Trallic Squad 4, Intra. Softball 2. FAY
DAWN GILLESPIE . . . A wonderful gal, a gain for the Church Home Nursing School in Balti-
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MARTHA WINDER GOLDSBOROUGH . . . "Mooie" with the peaches 'n' cream complexion,
charm that lingers . . . P.-T.A. Rep. 4, WAKE Make-up 4, Literary 4, Photography 4, Talley-Ho Regu-
lar Staff, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Photography and Art Editor 4, Assembly Comm. l, 2, 4, Stunt Nite 4, Op-
eretta 3, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Senior Play Selection Comm. 4. FLORA MacDONALD GRAY . . . Flo
has a fascination for interior decoration, nicety in entirety . . . WAKE Make-up 4, Literary 4, Circula-
tion 4, Tratlic Squad 4, Operetta 3, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. BETTY DELORES GROLLER . . . Ahoy
sailors, a Wave's on the way, petite and vivacious Betty . . . WAKE Typing 3, Traffic Squad 4, Orchestra
3, 4, Varsity softball 3, 4. COLEMAN GROVES . . . Collegiate Coleman, hails from Blue Grass hillsg
a Navy advocate. SHIRLEY HARDER . . .Cute lil' Crabtownerg first a secretary, then a housewife
. . . H.R. Rep. 1, 3, 4, Alternate 2, WAKE Circulation 4, Traffic Squad 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, Jr. Prom
Comm. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, 4. JEAN HAVENNER . . . Jeannie with the light brown
hair, has hopes of wowing the secretarial world . . . H.R. Rep. 1. MARY -IO HAZEN . . . Pert and
energeticg Mary jo has a knack for nursing . . . Assembly Comm. 4, Stunt Nite 4, Social Comm. 4.
KATHRYN HERBERT . . . Tailor, tacks, and tucks, Cassie will be a couturier of tailored apparel . . .
Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Social Comm. 4, Co-Manager Varsity Basketball 3. ALBERT BERYL HIGGS . . .
Witty "Higgie" knows what he wants from life but keeps it "mum". NANCY MAY HILPRECHT
. . . Winsome smiles are Nancy's speciality, interested in Fleet's Business Training . . . Social Comm.
3, 4, Jr. Prom 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
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CHARLES E. HORTOPAN . . . Finish lines and football are speedy Charlie's forte. . . Glee Club 3, 4,
Varsity Track 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. MELVIN HYATT . . . Mose-at ease on the
green or court, sure hit with gals . . . Athletic Rep. 3, Hi-Y 4, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l,
2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Intra. Soccer l, Basketball l., Football l. DOROTHY LEE JACKSON . . .
Dottie, a very likable gal, at home in a roller rink . . . Stunt Nite 4, Orchestra 4, Intra. Softball 4.
JUNE KATHLEEN JENSEN . . . Ready and steady June, favors the idea of modeling. BARBARA
COLTON JONES . . . A confident driver and a whiz at bridge, Jonesy will be an ace high teacher . . .
H.R. Rep. 4, WAKE Business 4, Stunt Nite 4, Social Comm. 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Basketball
2, 3, Fieldball 3, 4, Softball 2. FRANK DUDLEY JONES, JR .... Diamond exponent, abounding af-
finity for a coaching career . . . Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intra. Soft-
ball l, 2, Soccer 1, Basketball 1. THOMAS S. JONES . . . "Anchors Aweigh!" Clark's off to the Navy
as soon as he gets the papers . . . Varsity Football 2, Basketball 2, Baseball 2, Intra. Basketball l.
JANET LEE KALMEY . . . Midshipman on her mind, no doubt, a traveling navy wife she'll be . . .
WAKE Business 4, Assembly Comm. 1, 2, Traffic Squad 4, Oflice Helper 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. FLOR-
ETTA JEAN KEENEY . . . Always poised, Flo will dance her way to the Ballet Russe . . . WAKE Lit-
erary 4, Advertising 4, Stunt Nite 2, 4, Traffic Squad 4, Social Comm. 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3,
Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Volleyball 4. THOMAS LONGLEY KELLY . . . Master of the dance floor,
Commodore Kelly loves regattas . . . WAKE Advertising 2, 3, 4, Patrons 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 2, Or-
chestra l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4.
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. Reserved but with a twinkle, can really ride a horse. MARY CONSTANCE LINDAUER . . .
Unruliled mieng choice between art teaching or fashion designing . . . Honor Society 4, WAKE Art 4,
Tally-Ho Reporter 4, Social Comm. 4. ELEANORE ANNE LOGAN . . . Innocent Anne, gift of gabg
art teacher extraordinaire . . . H.R. Alternate 1, WAKE Literary 4, Tally-Ho Regular Staff 2, 3, 4, Re-
porter l', Associate Editor 3, 4, Stunt Nite 3, 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, Assistant Varsity Hockey 4, Volley-
ball 3, 4, Hockey Manager 3, 4. PAUL FREDERICK LUNTER . . . Dupont, here's your man, Rick
has big plans for chemical engineering . . . Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Varsity Basketball
4, Baseball 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH MANNING . . . From readin' and writin' to cookin' and cleanin'
goes Betty after June . . . Varsity Fieldball 3, Intra. Fieldball l. JAMES SAMUEL MARSTON . . .
Scintillating personality, Jimmie, our "veep" is headed for West Point . . . Vice-President Student Coun-
cil 4, H.R. Rep. 2, Alternate 3, Class President 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, WAKE Advertising 3, 4, Tally-
Ho Business 3, 4, Traffic Squad Lieutenant 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Hi-Y 4, Varsity La-
crosse 4, Basketball 4, Intra. Softball l. HARVEY BYRON MASON . . . "Mud", mortar, and cement,
better homes there'll be by Mason the Mason. JOAN LORRAINE MASON . . . A born runner, is em-
barking for business college . . . WAKE Make-up, Literary 4, Social Comm. 4, Glee Club 4, Varsity Field-
ball 4, Volleyball 4. JOHN ROY McCRONE . . . "Dark Eyes", Jon Whitcomb likeness, Jack will sing has
way into show business . . . WAKE Photography 4, Advertising 3, 4, Patrons 4, Circulation 4, Stunt Nite
4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Varsity Track 4.
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AUDREY ELIZABETH MILLER . . . A winsome warbler, "Auds" heads for a secretarial position
. . . WAKE Patrons 4, Circulation 4, Typing 4, Stunt Nite 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, Assistant Librarian
4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3. JOAN ELIZABETH MILLER . . . Busy, blue-eyed Joanie, always
sweet and helpful, a future career gal . . . WAKE Literary 4, Circulation Manager 4, Assembly Comm.
l, 2, Tralhc Squad 4, Social Comm. l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comms. 3, Intra. Hockey 1, Sr. Play Selection
Comm. 4. MEREDITH WHITTIER MOON . . . Cute lil' trick, the future's bright for Mem and her
Moon-struck man . . . Student Gov. Treasurer 4, P.-T.A. Rep. l, WAKE Make-up 4, Literary 4, Tally-
Ho Regular Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 1, 2, Feature Editor 3, 4, Assembly Comm. l, 2, 3, Stunt Night
4, Social Comm. l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Intra. Hockey l, 2, Sr. Play Selection Comm. 4. ROY
PORTER MORGAN . . . "Long-time" Crabtowner, conventionality's nemesis, on to the Big, Wide
World . . . WAKE Typing 4, Circulation 4, Glee Club 3, Operetta 3, Varsity Soccer 2, Football 3, Basket-
ball l, 2, 3. THOMAS WESLEY MORTON . . . Drowsy expression, Uncle Sam has something in store
for him . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Stunt Nite 4. ETHEL LOUISE MUCH . . . Sympa-
thetic friend, energetic and ambitious, constant, contagious laughter . . . Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 3, 4,
Stunt Nite 3, Traffic Squad 4. JAMES ARTHUR MURCHAKE . . . Merry Mert, thinks the draft
board has his number. NORMAN A. MURPHY, JR .... "Murph", will know ins and outs ol
agriculture, watch for the Murphy Farms. SHIRLEY ANN MYERS . . . Systematic worker, specialty
is typing, plans Crabtown future . . . WAKE Typing 4, Business 4, Circulation 4, Advertising 4, Pa-
tron 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. STEVE ANDREW NICHOLAS . . . Boston-bred Yankee, impish grin, ac-
cent has a way with the ladies.
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Miami U . . . Traflic Squad 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Hi-Y Member 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Foot-
ball 4, Lacrosse.l, 2, 3, 4, Intra. Softball l, Intra. Basketball l. DANIEL CARL OLSON, JR .... Cap'n
Olson-scholar, athlete and a born leader: U.S.N.A. Officer . . . P.-T.A. Rep. l, Class Vice-President 2,
Honor Society 3, Officer 4, Stunt Nite 4, Traflic Squad Captain 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, jr. Prom Comm.
Chairman 3, Hi-Y Member 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 2, Football 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4. THOMAS DANIEL
PALMER . . . Danny specializes in motors and axle greaseg old cars, horses, baseball. PHILIP DAVID
PARKINSON . . . Tall and taciturng cuts clarinet capers, definite band mainstay. DONALD A. PEN-
NINGTON . . . Asset was his head-soccer starg friendly funsterg "Farmer" . . . Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3,
Intra. Softball l, Football l, Basketball l, 2. OWEN MAJOR PERRY . . . Suave and handsome, bluest
eyes in AHSQ will don matching uniform . . . jr. Prom Comm. 3, Hi-Y 4, Varsity Baseball 3, Intra. Soft-
ball 3, Soccer 3. WILLIAM GRAYDEN PHELPS . . . Flaming hairy fire-fighter of the senior class,
rich tenor . . . Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Allied Youth 2, Hi-Y 2. DOLORES PHILLIPS . . .
Sweet and gracious Dodyg partiality for teaching shorthand . . . WAKE Advertising 4, Patrons 4, Circu-
lation 4. NELSON IRVING PHIPPS . . . Greased lightning on the soccer lieldg Nelson isn't planning
ahead . . . Varsity Soccer 3, 4, Intra. Softball 1, Basketball l. ROBERT DICE PURDY . . . Star Cinder-
mang sports and Bob are synonymous at AHS . . . Social Comm. 3, 4, -Ir. Prom. Comm. 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Co-Captain 4, Basketball 4, Lacrosse l, 2, 3, 4, j.V. Basketball 1,
Intra. Softball 2, Basketball 1, Football 1, Intra. Ref. 3.
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jACQUELINE M. RAMEY . . . Easy-going jackie, sure to be an excellent wife for that certain
johnny . . . Tally-Ho Regular Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 1, 3, Associate News Editor 2, News Editor 4,
Chief Typist 4, Stunt Nite 3, Traffic Squad 4, WAKE Circulation 4, Typing 4. JOHANNE REICHEL
. . . Eye catcher, petite Venus, will heed the call of footlights . . . WAKE Literary 4, Make-up 4, Tally-
Ho Regular Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, 4, Associate Editor 3, Assembly Comm. l,'Stunt Nite 3, 4, Social
Comm. l, 2, 3, Traflic Squad 4, Sr. Play Selection Comm. 4, Varsity Hockey 4. THORNE CLARK REN-
FRO . . . An Alaskan forest warden! Colorado U. is Rennie's next stop . . . Varsity Football 2, 3, La-
crosse 2, 3, 4. NANCY JANE RHODES . . . Whiz in sports, future Navy nurse after training at
Boston City Hospital. ROBERT KESTER RILEY . . . jovial "Kess", fondness for friendly people,
agriculture attracts him . . .WAKE Business 4, Photography 4, Office Helper 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Traffic
Squad 4. DEAN RUSSELL . . . Rebel in our ranks, lost without a car, boundless energy. CHARLES
E. SCHMIDT . . . Chipper "Chuck", happy-go-lucky with a ready hello, mechanical engineering . . .
Traffic Squad 4, Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Intra. Softball 1, Soccer l, Basketball 1, 2. EDWARD GLENN
SCHULTZ . . . Combination of Prof Zoom-Zoom and Dr. Jekyll, liable to blow up Annapolis . . .
P.-T.A. Rep. l, WAKE Circulation 4, Patrons 4, Asembly Comm. 1, 4, Stunt Nite 4, Social Comm. 1,
2, 4, Gleen Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, jr. Prom. Comm. 3, Hi-Y 2, 3. CHARLES ALBERT SEARS . . .
Tall, blond Al: specialty will be driving U. S. Army tank. KENNETH EDWARD SEARS . . . Mellow'
throated tenor, 4-F man-food, fun, frolic, females . . . H.R. Alternate 4, WAKE Ads 4, Stunt Nite 3,
4, Traflic Squad 4, Social Comm. 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, All-Country Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Assemblies
2, 3, 4, Intra. Football l.
RALPH PURVIS SEARS . . . Spends his waking moments .admiring women, aversion to orders.
CHARLES ROBERT SHERIDAN . . . Nonchalant Bob, hunting's his hobby and football his sport,
pharmacy interests . . . Glee Club 3, Operetta 3, Varsity Football 4, Baseball 3, 4, j.V. Football 3.
FRANCIS E. SHERIDAN . . . Fran aims to be a Wave, ought to make the rest of the Navy happy!
ELIZABETH KATHLEEN SHERMAN . . . Pert with plenty of pep and personality, that's our
Liz . . . H.R. Alternate 2, Class Sec.-Treas. 2, WAKE Patrons 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4,
jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Volleyball 3. BETTY JEAN SI-MMONS . . . Fall, winter spring-Simmons
is in every sport, ever considerate . . . Jr. Prom Comm. 3, WAKE Typing 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3,
4, Manager 2, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Softball 2, 3, 4. NEPIER VRABEL SMITH . . . Handsome
and talented, Nepier's sure to be a leading Broadway tenor! . . . H.R. Alternate l, Traffic Squad 4,
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, All-State Chorus 2, Operetta 3, Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 2, Football 4.
WILLIAM CLIFTON SMITH . . . U. of Miami entices Sailor "Smitty", excels in boat racing . . .
Varsity Soccer 3, 4, Lacrosse 3, 4. WILLIAM HUGH SORRELL . . . Fred Astaire, jr., ingenious ideas,
happy combination of sense and nonsense . . . WAKE Business 3, 4, Stunt Nite 3, 4, Social Comm. 3, 4,
Officer 3, Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman 3, Varsity Track 3, 4, GEORGE E. SPRINGFIELD . . . Our
state 220-yd.-dash holder, "Racehorse" goes sprinting for Md. U .... H.R. Alternate 3, WAKE Make-up
2, Patrons 3, Assembly Comm. 3, Stunt Nite 2, 3, Traffic Squad 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, jr.
Prom Comm. 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 4, Baseball 2,
Track 2, 3, 4, Intra. Softball 1, 2, Basketball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, Intra. Ref. 3, 4. JEAN ELIZABETH
SPRINGFIELD . . . Giddy giggles, essential for fun, crazy "Canary" . . . WAKE Business 4, Typing 4,
Social Comm. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, Varsity Basketball l, Intra. Basketball l.
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FRANKLIN DAHL STEVENS . . . Easy, bantering mannerg Jimmy's another pigskin pusherg maybe
a marine . . . H.R. Rep. 2, Alternate l, WAKE Business 4, Glee Club 2, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Hi-Y 2, 3,
4, Officer 4, J.V. Football 3, Basketball l, 2, Intra. Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, Softball l, 2. MAD-
ALYN FAY STEVENS . . . Subtle and demureg makes up for her size in enthusiasm . . . Traffic Squad
4, Assistant Librarian 2, Assistant to Attendance Officer 4. NANCY ELLEN STINE . . . Never a dull
moment with zesty Nan, Pepsodent smile . . . P.-T.A. Rep. 4, VVAKE Circulation 4, Trafhc Squad
4, Ofiice Helper 3, 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3. EVELYN JANET STOCKETT . . . Soft-spoken Evieg feminin-
ity personifiedg secretarially minded . . . WAKE Circulation 4, Traflic Squad 4, Assistant to Attendance
Officer 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. MARY ELIZABETH BRINTON STONE . . . Thirst for knowledge,
beauty and brains in the same package . . . WAKE Circulation 4, Assembly Comm. Chairman 4,
Social Comm. 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Sr. Play Selection Comm. 4. HERBERT H. SULLIVAN . . . Tall,
gaunt, handsome Herbieg pigskin prodigy with a desire to raise his own squad . . . Varsity Football 1,
2, 3, 4. ROBERT T. SVOLOS . . . "I don't want to be rich, I don't want to be poor, I just want to
be happy." . . . Varsity Soccer 4, Intra. Softball 1. CHARLES TACK . . . Debonair Charlie takes his
science seriously, will be a medicine man . . . WAKE Ads l, 2, 3, Manager 4, Tally-Ho Business 3. Stunt
Nite l, 3, 4, Traffic Squad Lieutenant 4, Social Comm. 4, Band 2, 3, Officer 3, jr. Prom Cf-snm. 3,
School Disc jockey 2, 3, 4, Sports Announcer 3, 4, Assemblies 2, 3, 4, Allied Youth 2, 3, Officer 3, Varsity
Track 3. CHARLES DONALD TACKETT . . . Fun-loving guy, Don hopes to learn aeronautical en-
gineering the N.R.O.T.C. way. RICHARD LUCAS TAYLOR . . . AHS's ice cream man, to learn cos-
metology at Westmoreg flashy clothes . . . Stunt Nite 3, Operetta 3, Assembly Make-up 3, 4.
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WAKE Patrons 4, Traffic Squad 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Oflice Helper 4, jr. Prom 3, Varsity Soft-
ball Manager 3. DIANE TODD . . . Trim and talentedg stellar artist, "Miss Magothy" winner . . . H.R.
Rep. 4, WAKE Circulation 4, Stunt Nite 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Volleyball 3. 4. BETTY LEE
TROTT . . . Expressive eyes, merges competence and bubbling mirthg secretary-to-be . . . WAKE
Circulation 4, Assembly Comm. l, Traffic Squad 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, Assistant Librarian 4, Assistant
Attendance Officer 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. NELSON H. TYDINGS . . .
Barber's delight, broad-shoulderedg believes in taking life easy . . . P.-T.A. Rep. 2, Assembly Comm. 2, 3,
Varsity Football 4. GEORGE T. TYLER . . . "High I-lat" plans majoring in historyg writing ability,
French enthusiast . . . Tally-Ho Editorial Editor 4, Reporter 3, Assembly Comm. 1, jr. Prom Comm.
3. ROBERT LEE VALLANDINGHAM . . . AHS's Nimrodg graduation and travel his highest aims.
MARY ALICE VANDERBURGH . . . "Giggles" was taught the art of laughing and never forgot it
. . . Varsity Fieldball 3, 4, 'Softball 3, 4, Intra. Ref. 4. EDGAR VERMILLION . . . Stalwart in soccerg
interested in mechanical gizmos . . . Varsity Soccer 3, 4, Track 2, Basketball 2, Intra. Basketball 2, 3.
BARBARA ANN WALTERS . . .Sunny disposition, Babs will click typewriter keys at local business
college . . . Varsity Basketball 4, Hockey 3, 4, Softball 3, 4. MARY WEBB . . . "Stuffy"-maybe an air-
line hostessg earnest and eflicient . . . H.R. Rep. 1, Alternate 2, 3, WAKE Literary 4, Patrons 4, Circu-
lation 4, Typing 4, Assembly Comm. l, Social Comm. l, 2, 3, 4, School Treas. 4, Glee Club 1, 2, jr.
Prom Comm. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Ollicer 2, 3, 4.
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EDWIN ERNEST WEBER . . . Man of many trades, interests include carpentry, photography, agricul-
ture . . . Traffic Squad 4, Varsity Soccer 3, Intra. Soccer l. NORMAN LOUROSS WELLS . . . Farming
mania with talent to back it, individualist, how can he fail? JOANNE LEE WESTON . . . Hoppin'
Hutton, Jr., Blue Ribbon Stunt Niterg jo aspires to stenography . . . WAKE Make-up 4, Circulation 4,
Stunt Nite 4, Social Comm. l, Varsity Fieldball 3, 4, Art Service l, 2. DOROTHY MAUD WESTPHAL
. . . P-A-N-T-H-E-R-S, fight! dimples that pop in and out, twin to follow- . . . WAKE Make-up 4,
Circulation 4, Art 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 3, Social Comm. 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3. ELIZABETH DU-
VALL WESTPHAL . . . Where there's fun, there's Bunnieg will train with twins at Church Home
Hospital . . . WAKE Make-up 4, Circulation 4, Art Editor 4, Stunt Nite l, 2, 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4,
Comm. Chairman 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Art Service 1, 2, Varsity Hockey 3, 4, Soft-
ball 2, 3, 4, Intra. Ref. 3. MARGARET ALICE WESTPHAL . . . "Peg O' Our, Hearts", yea! Pan-
thers, come through, last of sister trio . . . P.-T.A. Rep. 2, WAKE Make-up 4, Circulation 4, Art 4,
Social Comm. 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3. CARLYNE WHITE . . . Bouncy curls, delights in dancingg fav-
ors the secretarial line . . . H.R. Alternate l, WAKE Patrons 4, Social Comm. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity
Basketball 2, Hockey 2, 3, Softball 2, Intra. Basketball l, 2, Intra. Ref. 3. MILES WICKMAN . . .
Serene and unperturbed but with hidden ambition, quiet humor. HENRY GORDON WILLIAMS
. . . Who will hold up the cafeteria post opposite the milk bottles after Gordon is gone? . . . Varsity
Soccer 4. ERNEST F. WINDSOR . . . First tenor, hopes to work for his rich uncle in the Air Force . . .
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 4.
CLARENCE WINEGARDNER . . . "Huck" wa nts luck with a service station, spirited sportster . . .
Varsity Soccer 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 4, Intra. Softball 2. PAUL WOLOD . . . Oil to Philly to learn
television camera work, good-natured guy . . . Assembly Comm. 2, 3, Social Comm. 3, Band l, 2, Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Varsity Soccer 4, Intra. Soccer 2, Basketball 3, Intra. Manager 3, Soccer Manager
l. PAULA DOROTHEA WUEBBENS . . . Our super songstressg cheerful Tennie with the regal
carriage . . . Assembly Comm. 1, 2, Stunt Nite 4, Trallic Squad 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Operetta 3, 4, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3. SHIRLEY MAE YOST . . .
Shirl, a secretary-wants a good-looking boss, sports fiend . . . H.R. Rep. 1, P.-T.A. Rep. 2, 4, WAKE
Patrons 4, Circulation 4, Traffic Squad 4, Glee Club 2, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Tri-Hi-Y Member 3, 4, Var-
sity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4. ROSA LEE YOUNG . . . Sophisticationg star goalie performer,
makings of a secretary . . . Traflic Squad 4, Social Comm. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3,
4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra. Basketball 1, Fieldball 1. LOUISE DESIREE ZEPP . . .
Beepl Beepl A yellow jeep! "Dez" sez it's U. of M. . . . WAKE Make-up 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, jr. Prom Comm. 3, Varsity Softball Manager 4, Intra. Ref. 4, Assembly
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Second Row: J. Reed, B. J. Saunders, H. Sherald, P. Read, J. Meyers. Third Row: P
Sherwood, S. Reppenhagan, D. L, Miller, L. Scihle, XV. Mintz. Fourth Row: S. More-
land, G. Nalley, H. O'Cain, YV. Paul. Fifth Row: M. Pumphrey, A. Morris, G. Jaynes
Sixth Row: J. Owens, M. Putnam, Mrs. Carpenter, C. Reich, P. Manderscheid. D. C
Miller. Seventh Row: R. Moyer, L. Owens. Not Shown: F. Neese.
ROOM 202 First Row: W. Sheridan, M. Sinninger, Miss Hoke, E. Trcvett, A.
Stallings. Second Row: K. Smith, P. Turner, B. Wilson, J. Zeilmann. Third Row:
M. Taylor, S. Waterman, C. Turner, M. Wilson, J. Wolfe. Fourth Row: B. Sarles,
J. Snuggs, R. Walters, C. Tolan, C. Schmidt. Fifth Row: B. Stallings, T. Steward
J. Schoocraft, W. Heise. Sixth Row: H. Richardson, J. Simmons, C. Wayson, C. Stevens,
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ROOM 204 First Row: E, Boettcher, H. Campbell, J. Dyment, A. Doyle, G. Bell
Second Row: A. Fisher, B. Aorilio, C. Davis, C. Dull. Third Row: M. Bland, M
Davis, M. Asher, D. Duckett, C. Deladrier. Fourth Row: P. Dice, S. Adams, A. Ball-
man, D. Daniels, E. Doran. Fifth Row: M. Beyerlein, B. Egan, S. Bachmann, S
Duvall. Sixth Row: L. Dawson, A. Casey, P. Bell, Mrs. Morris, A. Carr. Not Shown
M. A. Festagallo, D. Dickson.
ROOM 206 First Row: D. Jackson, M. Willrams, E. Hopkins, R. Jones, C. Kautz
Second Row: A. Kohler, L. King, B. Johnson, A. Jordon, J. Jones. Third Row: C
Knight, J. Kerr, A. Katsef, N. Kraft, B. Hoyt. Fourth Row: P. Chaney, D. Duncan
F. Klimes, E. Hendricks, A. Harvey. Fifth Row: G. Hall, D. Gruntowicz, G. Evans
R. Crosby. Sixth Row: G. Elliott, C. Engleman, V. Conway. Seventh Raw: D. Gal-
loway, T. Chance, W. Haworth, N. Cooper.
ROOM 208 First Row: M. Holmes, N. Hood, C. Gallop, E. Harbaugh, B. Herzog.
Second Row: M. Forbes, E. Ford, B. Hays, G. Harbold, B. Harder. Third Row: J.
Halsted, H. Gardiner, Mr. Bonari, A. Hardesty, D. Gillum. Fourth Row: E.
Basiliere, B. Brashears, R. Callie, K. Barber, S. Bice. Fifth Row: N. Brown, A.
Bentley, L. Bonnafond, J. Beans, A. Calabrese. Sixth Row: N. Buerger, J. Baker,
M. Ball. Seventh Row: R. Love, J. Brooks, R. Baker. Eighth Row: C. Abbott,
D. Burtis, W. Carter. Not Shown: J. Alvanos, S. Blades, D. Causey, F. Witherall,
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ROOM 212 First Row: M. Lewis, Moore, Miss Hicks, E. Lee, D. Lape. Second
Row: K. Leanos, E. Latimer, J. Myers, R. Montalbano, A. Moreland. Third Row:
R. Lank, C. Molden, D. Mileto, H. Lewis, S. Lewis, B. Werz. Fourth Row: W.
Kerchner, W. Kenncrly, J. Jennings, W. Hughes, T. Martin. Fifth Row: K. Belch,
R. Lee, W. Martin, A. Kahn, W. Klawans. Sixth Row: R. Lee, J. Judd, D. Jones,
G. Magruder, J. Henneberger. Seventh Row: R. Joyce, A. McGuckian, R. Hinshaw,
Secretary-Treasurer Kitty Duckett, President Frank Walsh, Vice-
President Ingrid Asche
ROOM 209 First Row: E. Schultz, N. Burket, E. Suit, B. Rogers, H. Rowe.
Second Row: C. Schneider, Miss Yancey, N. Sears, E. Sweeney, W. Saunders. Third
Row: J. Sturgis, R. Taylor, K. Somers, P. Roberts. Fourth Row: S. Entwisle, J.
Serfass, J. Suit, D. Stokes. Fifth Row: D. Speicher, L. Robbins, M. Pumphrey, E.
Shovestul, T. Shores. Sixth Raw: R. Sears, J. Robinson, R. Sherman, D. Spangler,
J. Sewell. Seventh Row: M. Sears, B. Sames, R. Ross. Not Shown: W. Sherbert, H.
Smith, P. Wilson, B. Shurr, C. Russillo.
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Second Row: M. Corwell, I. Brashears, S. Corkum, D. Cook, M. Chistenson. Third
Row: B. Burris, P. DiMaggio, E. Cadle, P. Claypool, B. Buser. Fourth Row: B.
Carr, C. Bunker, C. Connell, B. Cadell. Fifth Row: J. Bryars, R. Sas, j. Christenson.
Sixth Row: B. Brown, T. Brooks, M. Bruce, D. Bowcock. Seventh Row: S. Brink,
Mrs. Owens, T .Clarke. Not Shown: S. Bryan, V. Rowe, B, Kitts, M. Butler.
ROOM 302 First Row: F. Barlowe, Branzell, Miss Swartz, C. Beaven, R. Bent-
ley. Second Row: M. Bausum, A. Barnes, S. Allen, D. Barnes, B. Barry. Third
Row: P. Bloom, J. Buechling, P. Bell, E. Bowman, M. Bethel. Fourth Row: W. Brice,
B. Bramble, M. Bauer, I. Asche, D. Bloor. Fifth Row: D. Fielder, C. Alwell, B.
Asher, O. Beall, A. Bender. Sixth Row: Belch, K. Adams, G. Bjorntwedt, C.
Barnes, K. Block. Seventh Row: G. Alter. R. Beavers, M. Barr. Not Shown: C.
Barr, G. Beall. B. Brady.
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ROOM 304 First Row: P. Reed, 15. Nemith, Mrs. Wilson, F. O'Cain, E. Penning-
ton. Second Row: D. Perel, D. Polk, B. Tull, P. Rawlings, G. Ridgeway. Third
Row: G. Murchake, J. Riddleberger, H. Parkinson, S. Ohlson, H. Meek. Fourth
Row: D. Purdy, J. Phipps, R. Rhodes. Fifth Row: L. Norwood, S. Miller, E.
Riggins, B. Purdy. Sixth Row: L. Phipps, D. Meyer, A. Lissberger, J. Potee.
Seventh Row: B. Michaelson. Not Shown: C. McKnew, S. Peterson, W. Phipps, S.
Rawlings, V. Riley, M. Nunn, B. Pennington.
ROOM 305 First Row: Hopkins, R. McPherson, L. Haneke, H. Millard, P
Hoyt. Second Row: D. King, V. Lichtenberg, M. Lipman, S. Mason, Z. Johnson
Third Row: J. Labovitz, A. Kinney, M. Moreland, S. Jones, H. Kohr. Fourth Row
J. Jones, M. Hornbrook, R. McCulchan, A. May, A. Howard. Fifth Row: R. Hopa
kins, Miss Nicely, H. Hubbard. Sixth Row: H. Kaufman, C. Knight, J. Purdy, D
Jacobs, W. Jordan. Not Shown: R. Iosbaker, Mary Hornbrook, L. MacMurray, H
Miller, C. Munday, M. Garner, P. Kirby.
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ROOM 506 First Row: K. Thompson, M. A. Falconer, D. Wolstenholm, M. Witt,
T. Wiley. Second Row: D. Thompson, J. Wililoner, B. Whiggins, S. Wright, j.
Tucker. Third Row: Suit, L. Vanderlwurgh, A. Williams, F. Wvilliams. Fourth
Row: P. Voinche, R. Walton, B. Westervelt, D. Schlusemeyer. Fifth Row: F. Walsh,
C. Voight, L. Vvhite, Windsor, A. Wainwright. Sixth Row: R. Taylor R. Trott,
Mr. Billow. Not Shown: D. Thomas, james Tucker, M. Wilkerson, R. Woolford,
ROOM 308 First Row: M. French, K. Duckett, B. Hedges, E. Hooper, W. Holt.
Second Row: A. Doyle, B. Hazen, H. Donaldson, H. Ferguson, A. Gould. Third
Row: T. Hall, L. Hambrock, Earle, C. Goodman, P. Henry. Fourth Row: P.
Geiman, M. Hcisler, Miss Marking, R. Finkle, M. Covington. Fifth Row: F. Gard-
ner, C. Dodson, S. Foust, J. Hicks, P. Harkins. Sixth Row: G. Herold, W. Gra-
ham, G. Gary. Not Shown: Al. Farrell, li. Fowler, C. Haneke.
ROOM 107 First Row: C. Sennhenn, B. Norwood, B. Sterling, B. Sears, H. Sewall.
Second Row: N. Phipps, M. Renfro, M. Shawen, B. Palmer, R. Scible. Third Row:
D. Santos, E. Robinson, K. Simmons, M. Peek, C. Patten. Fourth Row: B. Swartz-
berg, A. Saulit, M. Petty, B. Severe, R. Shewbridge. Fifth Row: F. Rosenbloom, B.
Pulsifer, M. Shelton. Sixth Row: D. Sears, C. Nolan, B. Standcil, R. Petticord, W.
Phillips. Seventh Row: B. Owens, S. Stallings, R. Phillips. Eighth Row: J. Pulsifer,
Mr. Augustine, j. Roberts. Not Shown: j. Moreland, R. Ogle, A. Painter.
ROOM 108 First Row: A. Castro, B. Aisquith, Miss Horsey, L. Barnes, D. Mc
Neil. Second Row: M. Bramble, A. Bauer. Tryon, V. Bass. Third Row: P
Blaher, S. Lalnendola, P. Anderson, A. Bigler. Fourth Row: E. Chaney, D. Ches
key, K. Ballman, L. Beall. Fifth Row: P. Callahan, P. Street, M. Christenson, M
Brady. Sixth Row. P. Allen, E. Alter, S. Carpenter. Not Shown: j. Richardson.
C. Mosely, I.. Barry.
R. Baxter, R.
ROOM 109 First Row: N. Tucker, B. Safiield, M. Norfolk, J. Ward, S. Smith
Second Row: A. Nickolson, R. Palmer, P. Tucker, K. Wood, j. Sahel. Third Row
P. Duvall, C. Dennis, J. Bebstock, R. Bassford. Fourth Row: R. Walkling, D. Wil-
liams, j. Maxie, A. Shakelton. Fifth Row: R. Barr, A. Leitch, T. McNew, W
Shawen, M. Mason. Sixth Row: C. Reese, Mr. Olson, F. Basil. Not Shown: E
Rupert, T. Bureau.
First Row: A. Coil, B. Gaug, D. Every, B. Fillman, L. Fischer.
T. Feuchtenherger, G. Fisher, j. Green, P. Greentree, P. Eskew.
R. Eslinger, M. Young, R. Harris, G. jones, J. Redman. Fourth Row:
Watson, Sears, J. Bellman. Fifth Row: G. Carr, V. Willson, Mrs.
Brown, J. Bailey. Sixth Row: j. Bull, C. Cadell, G. Catterton, N.
Shown: J. Basil, E. Bell, C. Brashears, G. Britton, D. Bryant. M.
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ROOM 303 First Row: D. Holmes, M. Miller, D. Murchake, E. Kotzin, G. Kra-
marenko. Second Row: E. Kautz, S. Monson, S. McNew, N. McKnew, P. Hopkins.
Third Row: E. Jamar, I. Mally, R. Mileto, Love, R. Grollman. Fourth Row: A.
Jones, M. Metcalf, C. Max, J. Pepper, D. McNew. Fifth Row: R. Henderson, M.
Lamb, P. Miller, L. McCrone, R. Luttrell. Sixth Row: V. Lee, M. Larrimore, Mrs.
Burnett, D. Mumford, J. Havenner. Seventh Row: G. Kinner, J. Hebden, J. Miller.
Not Shown: R. Mason, C. Millard, C. Hiltahidle, R. Harris, D. Hallock, V. Hall.
D. Klimesf P. Martin, S. Mellichampe.
MUSIC ROOM First Row: L. Thomas, J. Terry, M. Wilsman, A. Suit, P. Townse
hend. Second Row: P. Stinoff, L. Wickstrom, G. Taylor, V. Twitty, B. Sweeney.
Third Row: B. Wood, N. Zick, C. Wayson, C. Thomas, J. Terwilliger. Fourth
Row: C. Wehh, N. Wetherhold, I. Talman, M. Tounsley, J. Walder. Fifth Row:
C. Smith, A. Stockett, Mr. Kunkle, N. Stevens, C. Sherbert. Sixth Row: C. Wyatt,
M. Simmons, D. Trevett, B. Smith, J. Tice. Seventh Row: N. Ungar, J. Thomas, E.
Wolod, L. Simmons, B. Smith. Eighth Row: S. Stearns, J. Sinclair, B. Wollman,
J. Tally, J. Windsor. Not Shown: C. Simmons.
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orc, ryan, H. Labovitz, S. Hopkins.
Second Row: J. Colburn, M. Cullimore, C. George. Third Row: F. Carlson, P
Conner, M. Behlke, J. Collison. Fourth Row: N. D
avis, A. Cheblowicz, P. Jones,
C. Dey. Fifth Row: M. Harris, A. Hall, L. Caronna, V. Eucare. Sixth Row: C
Kelly, R. Baldree, G. Kirby. Seventh Row: V. Arrigo, J. Anderson, Mr. Norris
Halbig. Nor Shown: J. Beall, B. Brown, J. Day. B. Himmerel, J. Jamar.
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ROOM 310 First Row: I. Page, L. Hunter, D. King, J. Herzog, K. Early. Second
Row: N. Grencqule, M. Hopkins, B. Herron, A. Hudgins, M. Dobbs. Third Row.'
L. Cox, M. Phillips, I. Hinshaw, H. Griffith, R. Fowler. Fourth Row: W. Collison,
M. Hall, C. Hilprecht, S. Hagwoorl, P. Eller. Fifth Row: S. Kirby ,F. Hubbard, P.
Hopkins, J. Curris. Sixth Row: K. Egan, S. Hopkins, A. Nelson, E. Gruntowicz, S.
Hall, C. Johnson, R. Creagh. Seventlz Row: A. Crosby, P. Henderson, J. Dulin. N.
Hamilton, S. Kerr, J. Easls, E. Etzlor. Eighth Row: B. Cale, 'VI . C ' R
J. Doyle. Not Shown: A. Joy. I.. Klein, D. Collins.
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thegcity assemblesg hundreds of people
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iniighe ily tasks that promote our . . .
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ERNEST H. HERKLOTZ, Aeting Principal
ISTANT A'I"IlENDANCE GUIDANCE
NCIPAI. u1Rr:c1'1'oR DIRECTOR I'mR'lR'AN
If ever there was a cause, if ever there
can be a cause, worthy to be upheld by
all of toil or sacrijice that the human
heart can endure, it is the cause of edu-
An educational system has but one
social justificationg namely, to qualify
successive generations for effective par-
ticipation in society. Education for
participation in a democratic society
must prepare the new generations to be
critical, alert, and intelligent. Education
must mould independent men and wom-
en, free beings with powers of percep-
0d Wctherhold J. Calvin Rogers Dorothy Hamilton Lynn Delozier Hilda Musterman Marjorie Bonari
BUSINESS' FINE ARTS
'et R. Hoke Stella Morris Foster Augustine S. Harold Furman Robert F. Kunkle
tion and analysis well developed. It
must produce citizens equipped to take
their places in the productive process of
economic organization, in the deliber-
ative processes of political decision, in
the educational processes of personal ad-
justment to social life, and in the formu-
lation of larger social objectives. It
must make them conscious of the end-
lessly changing nature of society and en-
able them to meet these changes and
adjust to them.
To the class of 1951 I extend my best
wishes for a successful career.
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Anthony Bischoff Ronald Olson Marion Yancey Theodore Craig- Hazel W11
Christiana Alexander Mary Louise Hicks Dorothy Noble George Norris jean Swartz
Mary Katharine Cox Bliliabegh V. Davis Katharine Kibler Mildred Kinharl Lorenc Marking Linahelle Nicely
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Y Alice Owens Leon Billow Lawrence Bonari Basil M. Burton Charles Difazio
Mary Belle Allen Robert Bulcock Luciel Coggiano james Cox Bruce Remschler Margaret V
RELATIONS HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATIOIN
HCHTYCIIH CHFPCHICY Lela R. Burnett janith R. Horsey Margaret Shepherd MICH E- I-Calhffb
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"Hmm-you have a mighty accommodating dentist!!" puzzles
Mr. Rogers. Assistants Evelyn Stockett and I-'ay Stevens await his
rash in order.
lfort Knox hasn't anything on AHS-Mary
Webb and Ray liyler know 'cause they kept the
"l've a problem, Mr. Anthony"
-no problem went unsolved
after at talk with Miss Hamilton.
Our "Chamber of C
ordinated the business life of 900 citizens.
ommeree", Mrs. Mustermun and Mrs. Bonari, co-
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Politicianrat-heart "I'rexy" Abato's
fervor gained the popular vote.
Bunny Westphal, Footsie Pfautz, and Charlie Tack with-
drew from the cafeteria committee huddle with new ideas.
Added attractions included movies, colorful posters, and
mid-duv music for dancing.
Governmental jam sessions weren't always this calm! The city course was charted by democratic dissen
sion and agreements among the members. Seated from left to right are J. Asher, P. Duvall, J. Marston.
T. Ahato, M. Moon. F. Walsh. Standing are Miss Noble. XV. Mumford, and J. Baker.
STIIDENT I.EGlSLA'l'llRE-Seated: J. Asher, J. Marston. 'l'. Abato, F. Rosenbloom, M. Moon, I. Talman, D.
Miller, F. VValsh. C. Kautz, D. Lape, E. Sweeney, D. Purdy, S. Bryan, A. Castro V. Arigo, D. Todd, S. Hall. Stand-
mg: S. Duvall, R. McCutchan, B. Walters. C. Cadell, S. Anderson. Not Shozvn: j. Baker, B. Westphal, S. Harder,
P. Duvall, B, Pfautz, R. Sears, K. Block. l.. Mctlrone, M. Covington.
mwlmfa, BY tlw sftwlmfs, FOR My sfmlmfs.
Flying banners, wild cheers, and bursting bal-
loons . . . a miniature Fourth of lluly announced
September Student Council elections. Newly chosen
officers found they couldn't always keep their cam-
paign promises, but they did their best.
From the sale of Budget Passes and Stunt Nite
tickets our government received the money with
which to operate. The fund was quickly dispersed,
however, to pay for The Tally-Ho, assemblies,
dances, awards, and other activities.
Activity was centered on the revision of the
handbook and a thorough overhaul of the consti-
tution and the point system. A new cafeteria com-
mittee and a special award system for cheerleaders
and majorettes were innovated.
This year Tony Abato held the gavel, jimmy
Marston was "veep," Joyce Asher transcribed the
records, Meredith Moon controlled the purse
strings, and Miss Noble gave needed advice.
"According to Robert's Rules of
Order"-Representative Sam An-
derson points out preferred parlia-
mentary practices which would ena
able the legislature to operate on
a more businesselike basis.
Lieutenant Charlie Tack catches Billy Phelps chewing
gum and walking his girl to class. Result: judge
Abato hangs his gavel and Billy soon finds himself
washing boards for Miss Cox!
Patrolling the halls of AHS to enforce rules and
regulations, the Traffic Squad preserved order.
Armed with maroon bands and a little book of
Ulettres de cachet" for would-be offenders, they
regulated traffic in the halls and cafeteria, at fire
drills, and during assemblies.
Pinch-hitting for the squad during the hrst lunch
period, fourteen moniters rendered notable service.
Inset-Saved hy the hell-Captain Olson on the job!
hens, W. Mumford, j. Carr, j. Marston, C. Tack, F. Stockett, E. Much, S. Harder
D. Terry. Second Row: B. Groller, B. Trott, M. Cantler, J. Donovan, B. Stuller
R. Young, F. Keeney, I. Bausum, S. Yost, N. Stine, F. Stevens, J. Reichel, J
Ramey, B. Pfautz, S. Garner, Mr. Rogers. Third Row: S. Anderson, N. Smith, B
Cook, R. Eyler, K. Riley, G. Springfield, D. Nichols, H. Gates, C. Smith, K. Sears
TRAFFIC SQUAD- Below First Row: Miller, F. Gray, Asher, T. Wueh-
fag ,1,,.,,. fo BRO
Civil Defense "came to school" with a Pat
tern-for-Survival theme. Informative lec
tures were given on first aid and protective
flue ,490 of ATOMS emergzng
Under an accelerated
program endorsed by the
Board of Education, these
six boys were stepped-up
from juniors to seniors so
they could graduate before
Seated: Tommy Martin Robert
Callie. Angelo Calhrese and
David Bnrtis. .Standing Clay
ton Stevens and Ben Sarles
Blondes, brunettes, and red-
heads poured over the develop-
ment of world-inclusive coun-
tries and systems of govern-
ment. They watched empires
and smaller states rise and fall
as events crowded into the
"The addition of the Louisiana
Territory nearly doubled our
size" explains Wayne Hughes to
Nancy Elliott and Bunny VVest-
phal. Map studies were a part
of tracing the growth of the
United States-its aspects and
mm C, PANORAMA flats?
Shirley Harder, Barby jones,
janet Kalmey, and jane Leitch
begin their weekly session with
The American Observer, cur-
rent cvents paper. Problems
hampering democracy were con-
fronted and possible solutions
Now what would Einstein
do in Il fuse like this?
Chemist-at-work jack Po-
lee seeks proof positive
with the moral support
of john Simmons and
john Alvzmos. In trouble?
Ask Mr. Bischoff-he'll
Eeek! How can
you hear to touch
frogs' legs domi-
nated the hiology
room as giddy
into the mysteries
Curious freshmen studied the foundations of science-astronomy,
gravity, :md stezuu CIlglIlCSfU2lIltl then this little gismoe goes
round and!" oh, Sir Isaac how could you do this to us?
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Mooie! Pay attention!
This is vocabulary class.
It does pay to increase
your word power-look
what it did for Webster!
Besides 120 new Rearlfffs
Digest words per month.
harassed seniors waded
through Beowulf, Chau-
cer. and Macbeth.
lime to catch up on sleep? No. this is
modern education at its best. Interested
sophomores watch a movie on 4'Nlinding
Your Manners" it la limily Post!
Dramatic Peisonae Diane Dixon, Sondra Duvall,
Shirley llachmann, and Petra Reed entertain
attentive juniors with an English skit about
your enemy and mine-the dentist.
Nu, tht-fre not making
faces ut ezith 0lllCI'l lhis
is l'Itlllll dass in the
l'no, dos, tres, fuatro
at nice mixture when
Veni, vidi, xici! Caesar 1 une sam hut SOIIILIIIIILS we wonder row
he ever Lonquered Latin' lhe detline of latin students was often
more drastic than the decline of Caesar Alumni with chalk in
hand ponder over genitnes
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-bingo! No prizes were awarded hut Cllllflfllflllllxlll and education made
Spanish classes played hingn. Keith, could sou repeat that last number
Bippidy, hop, bop-click! Typewriting, tabulating, and filing absorb senior business bugs. What's on your
mind, Shirley? Monkey business. or business administration?!
glgnaleml of an OFFICE...
lille backbone of business starts young.
lyping classes learn-not how lo sit on the
Joss's knee-but letter forms, envelope ud-
lressing, rnirneograpbing. even how to type!
klelonlies add rhythm and speed to the
Chicken serutctlles, maybe? Complicated-but
interesting und llSCflll7Sll0I'lll1ll1tl brought the
"new look" to seniors' notes and assignments.
The ligyptiznns hz1ven't anything on shorthand
students except that nobody can read their
Cakes, rookies, punrh? llzlllmvt-'ml capers cn-
lered into liouu'-vtorloulit classes. 'l'ht-5 found
. ' "-home rookin'
lllt' WRU to 'l lll'lIli llC'lll
.Xfter checking tension, lmolmhin, and thread
lilczmor llnrlmaugh stitclics down the lmsu-4
line."How doth the husy little hee?"
Wm W HOME"
Entertainment-complete with luncheon menu prepared hy a cooking quartet. Delicious dishes included
tossed salad. meal loaf, string hcans, creamed potatoes, and dessert-to-rome. Looks good, tloesn't it?
Art classes decked the halls all
year long with posters, showcase
displays, and holiday scenes. This
St. Nick was made hy Mary
What are you making, Bob? It's a
lampshade? Everything from paintings
to pottery was created in the ever-
hustling art room.
AX Iilllc to the lc-ft please!-
Mmlcl Diane locld poscs for
Rembrandt juniors of the
vc-rsntilt' url dcpzirlmcnl.
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DESIGNS . ..
rang through AHS
halls as choristers
carolcd before the
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Accumulating a rich repertoire, the chorus in-
cluded many old favoritesg among them were
"Beautiful Savior", "You'll Never XValk Alone",
"The Mfilfenpoof Song", and "The Lost Chord".
Each audience thrilled to the trills of the har-
Combined efforts of this group and Mr. S.
BAND-First Row: F. Rosen-
hloom, B. Brashears, G
Hall, S. Entwisle, J. Sturgis
B. Groller, R. Baxter
Schwarzberg, A. Bender
Second Row: L. Norwood,
J. Cordle, V. Hall, P. Tur-
ner, F. Hubbard, C. Engle-
man, S. Allen, D. Thomp-
son, D. Holmes, R. Fowler,
C. Ball. M. Xvilkerson. Mr.
Furman, T. Cohle. Third
Row: P. Parkinson, D. Mil-
ler, J. Schoocraft, K. Riley,
R. Harris. J. Thomas, J.
CHORUS First Row: C. Kautz, M. Nunn, B. Barry, D. Wlol-
stcnholme, A. Caldwell, E. Boettcher, A. Doyle, P. Reed, C.
Leanos, B. Hedges, S. Bryan, M. Bethel, E. Nemith, B. Sher-
man, S. XVaterman, Donovan, D. Mileto, C. Molden, D.
l'urdy, B. Bramble. .Second Row: P. Sherwood, M. Bausum,
Branzell, A. Barnes, E. Doran, T. YVuebbens, S. Duvall, B.
Harder, L. Scihle, M. K. Sinninger, S. Foust, M. Corwell, B.
NVestphal, F. Hlilliams, D. Polk, C. Beavin, B. Schurr, B. J.
Saunders, Trevett, B. Jones. Third Row: K. Sears, G. Schultz,
B. Saunders, J. Tice, J. Lahovitz, M. Bland, C. 'l'olan, M. Wilson,
C. Turner, P. YVilson, J. Phipps, A. Miller, F. Kenney, Mason,
C. Hortopan, B. Kerchner, B. Kennerly, J. Brooks. Fourth Row:
Mr. Kunkle, M. Collins, A. Bentley, B. Brown, T. Shores, E.
Windsor, J. Henneherger, M. Barr, D. Miller, B. Phelps, N.
Smith, R. Joyce, B. Carter.
Harold Furman's band brigade produced a smash
hit, H. M. S. Pinafore.
Letter formations . . . trumpet trios . . . Rah!
Rah! Rah's! added spice to assemblies and football
games. Energetic efforts marked the highlight of
achieving long awaited, snappy AHS band uni-
forms, already in the making!
Tables laden with lamps. trays, and howls were featured handicraft
in the shop exhibit.
A busy hum from the shop build-
ing . . . machine and man at work . . .
shop majors progressed from the
simplest drawings and handicraft to
the more intricate projects. Wood
and metal were transformed with
hammers, saws, and lathes into "some-
thing to be proud of."
No idle hands in this classroom because
there's never a dull moment. Skilled crafts-
men make handy husbands!
Many birthday and Christmas
gifts developed from hits of
wood . . . these tricky little wall
shelves were among the elabor-
ate designs proudly displayed in
We, the seniors, solve the mysteries of
life. Well, not exactly, but through dis-
cussions, reports, and-shall we say mild?
-disagreements, life did become less com-
Dad still won't let me have the carl
Socio-dramas of family life demon-
strated those family problems so dear
to our hearts. Growing up nowadays
is quite a chore!
eniord C160 LIFE...
W undef CO TROL...
The elite Annapolitans have no less than a
'5l Pontiac for driving these days! Thanks
to Mr. Alton Leatherbury women drivers
need be feared no longer after they've passed
the Sportsmanlike Driving course at AHS.
How large is a dime? Demonstrations
by the AAA showed us the facts about
"turning on a dime" and stopping in
a split second. It crm't he done!
V, ni ll
schler demonstrated the intricacies
University of Maryland sent us
Miss Janie Grove for six weeks
as a student teacher.
"Oh, how we danced . . ."
We kept up with the
times as modern dance
instruction was featured
for the first time in gym
We don't really look like that, do we?
"Mr. Bones" and Coach Bruce Rent-
skeleton structure to boys' health classes.
,W h W6 ,, GAMES
Snowy weather drove girl
and boys from the speed
ball and soccer fields tc
t-he gym hardwood. Dur
ing this Hhibernatior
period" in more conlinet
quarters, classes were
halved with health anc
gym alternated: Indooi
sports specialized in gym-
nastics, tumbling, basket-
ball, and volleyball
Spring returned with a
bevy of blue gym suits on
the track, basketball. and
Who said we're related to monkeys? Shirley Bachmann takes a spin
on the parallels while future victims await.
Blub! Blubl Hot or cold, it
was still hard to face a
shower at I0 A.M.
Ladies of the sports lield . . . intramural captains, Ingrid
Asche, Betty Stuller, Carolyn W'ehh. Kitty Duckett, and
Shirley Bachmann directed the girls' teams all year.
C L U or every infereaf
Chocolate cake coming up hy our magnificent male
Chefs. When cluh period rolled around, the home
cc' department shuddered, hut amazingly enough-
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sponsored ai group of its own.
LIBRARY COMMl'I"l'lili-Stanflifzg: P. Henderson, A. Miller, Walder, l. Brashears, C. Way-
son, C. Gallop, A. Logan. .S'c'uIerl: Mrs. Rogers, substitute librarian.
Among the 7,000 books that lined our library
shelves AHS students found literature from Beo-
wulf to comic books! lVith the aid of eight library
assistants and Mr. Lynn Delozier, students chose
biogra hies, fiction, texts and references, to suit
their emands. This year the assistants who were
instructed in bling cards charging out books, and
advising readers, took inventory of the library.
Approximately Hlty new books are expected to be
ordered lor next year to be added to our already
Above: Governor Mclieldin poses with the 1950-51 members. Pictured from
left to right are '11 Wuebhens, D. Olson, 5. Garner, 1'. Dawson, C. Basil,
Marston, and G. Bloom. Righl: The honor guest addresses AHS.
31. SMART if
Guest speaker at the National Honor Society in-
duction ceremony this spring was the Honorable
Theodore R. lNlcKeldin, Governor of Maryland.
Seventeen students stepped to the stage to join the
1950-51 members, Cynthia Basil, Gerald Bloom,
Pat Dawson, Chris Demas, Sue Garner, Jim Mars-
ton, Tennie Hluebbens, and President Dan Olson.
Mary Lindauer had also become a member of the
society in another school before transferring to
Admittance to the Honor Society is based on the
fulfillment of four requirements-scholarship,
leadership, character, and service. The standards
in scholarship are necessarily high: at least a
average in all major subjects beginning with the
sophomore year. Leadership and service are shown
through extra activities such as Tally-Ho, YVAKE,
Stunt Nite, and sports. Good character includes
such desirable traits as integrity, sociability, hon-
esty, and dependability.
Acceptance into the National Honor Society is
an achievement which few attain but all acknowl-
NEW Nl1iMB1iRS-First Row: D. Mileto, Carr, lf. Farrell. M. Stone, A. Brice, A. Katsef. Second
Row: Duvall, 13. j. Saunders, B. Herzog, B. Hoyt, C. .-X. Turner. Third Row: J. Ha1sted, judd, D.
Baker, H. Lewis, M. K. Sinninger. Not Slzozunx ml. Mason.
First Row: Miss Cox, K. Her
bert, M. Asher, Lewis, M
Stone, Wlolfe. Second Row:
ll. Hallock, l'. Miller, l. 'l'al-
man, ll. Xlfestervclt, S. Corkum,
Mr. Burton. Third Row: A.
Bender, G. Schultz, P. Henry,
Mrs. Carpenter. Fourth Row:
I. Lahovitz, M. Barr, S. llrink,
Assemblies were "the pause that refreshes"-
anticipated and relaxing breaks in daily routine.
Traditional strains of the "Alma Mater" always
announced a new and varied program. Glass blow-
ing, saxaphone solos, bird whistles, and Xylophone
music were included among the professional as-
semblies. A special highlight was the appearance of
the United States Army Field Band.
Under the direction of Miss Mary Katharine
Cox, Mrs. Henryetta Carpenter, Miss Lorene Mark-
ing, and Mr. Basil Burton, the versatile assembly
committee staged student shows. Specialties of this
committee were seasonal presentations, ranging
through Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.
Chairman Mary Stone efficiently kept things rolling.
Behindrthe-scene activities were controlled by
special property, costume, lighting and make-up
COSTUMIC COMMl'l"l'liI'l: A. jor-
dan, l.. Beal, L. Barnes, H. Shcrald,
l'. Bell, ll. lVilson, A. May, Mrs.
M.XKliAlFl' COMM1'I"l'EI-1-Stmzrling: C. 'lill01llA
as, ll. Taylor, Nl. Barr, J. l'otee, Mrs. Burnett,
urner. .Sc'a1f'1l: Carr, G. Harliold, B
' 'R' 'Zitsif
"'I'he Resurrection and Life 'l'otlay"-
was our Easter message hy Chaplain
Merrill N. Young. Right: Sacred to
us is the memorv
I of "Christmas
lhrough the Ages."
in Me cify roufine..
Talented alumnus, Cosimo
turned as a memher of
States Army Field Band
us with a saxaphone solo.
Youthful orators and politicians cli
maxed spectacular campaigns by
iresenling their promising platforms
Amitl a setting of autumn
harvest Nancy Hamilton re-
titetl "'l'he Frost is on the
EDITORS-Serltfd: Asst. Editor G. Tyler, Fen. Editor M. Moon, Adviser Miss Kibler, Editor-in-Chief A. Brice
Nezvs Editor Ramey, Sports Editor Henneberger. Standing: Asso. Editor S. Lewis, Asso. Fea. Editor B. Saund-
ers, Asso. Bovs' Sports Editor G. Magruder, Asso. Girls' Sports Editor A. Logan, Pho. and Art Editor M. Golds-
RIQPORTERS-First Row: K. Duckcu. M. Taylor, D. Barnes, j. Carr, S. Rawlings, J. Reichel, H. Fisher, li. Kot-
zm, H. Donaldson, P. Sherwood. Second Row: S. Foust, S. Bachmann, I. Asche, M. Gates, P. Duvall, K. Murchake
j. Snuggs, A. Kinney, L. Robbins, P. Roberts, E. Max, N. Wetherhold. Third Row: F. Rosenbloom, K. Belch
W. Mumford. C. Wayson, M. Barr, IS. XN'allc-rs, J. Nlolfe.
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Symbolic of the T-HO reporter's
duties are a succession of interviews,
notes, deadlines, and consultations with
editors. Before a story appears on
the printed page, it must be assigned,
written, ' revised, typed, copy-read,
headlined, printed, proof-read, and
pasted on a dummy sheet. Ten issues
rolled off the press this year through
the efforts of a myriad of reporters,
proof-readers, editors, and advisers.
Underclassmen who had a "nose for
news" were enrolled this year as cub
reporters. After instruction in the
techniques of journalistic writing, they
began taking assignments and eventu-
ally collecting "string."
Front page "scoops", "The Inquir-
ing Reporter", "In the Sportlight" and
"Main Hall Chatter" have made every
page of Tally-Ho chuck full of the
activities of AHS and its students.
The Student Council in part finances
this publication, while ads are solicit-
ed from local merchants by Mr.
Roland Olson's business staff. Miss
Katharine Kibler advises the literary
staff and is assisted by Miss jane
Quill and Scroll, an intemational hon-
orary society for high school journalists,
was newly innovated into AHS at the
end of last year. Ann Brice and jane
Carr, the two publication editors, are
compiling the list of spring inductees.
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Editor-in-Chief A A ,
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Make-up Editor AA A
Literary Editor '...,
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Circulation Manager A A .
Patron Manager . A A A
Advertising Manager A A A
Typing Manager A A
Have you ever felt as if Atlas were sitting on you
or the force of gravity had lelt the earth? VVell,
sit back and read our tale of woe.
Esteem of being yearbook editors soon turned
into just plain steam as meetings were called-no
responseg photos were needed-no camerag pages
turned up-no copyg and when deadlines came
along, nothing but 'WVAKE nerves" assembled.
Photographers strained imagination to meet
"WAKE whims," reporters tackled teachers for in-
A A Martha Goldsborough
A A A , , . . Cynthia Basil
A , A A Jill Donovan
A A A Bunny Westphal
. , . , A Joan Miller
. A A Tom Kelly
A A Charles Tack
A , Joyce Asher
formation, and harassed editors sought vainly for
someone who might know "the fourth guy from
the right in this picture."
Yes-compiling the largest yearbook in our
school history has had all the thrills of a roller
coaster downgrade. You've asked many times
"When will the WAKE come?" . . . may you enjoy
its content now as you are glancing through it, and
later . . A when it's only lor "Auld Lang Sync" that
you open its pages.
First Row: Carr, Mrs. Kinhart, Mr. Augustine, Mrs. Owens, j. Donovan. Second Row: Miller, C. Tack,
J. Asher, I. Bausum, 'l'. Kelly, B. Xvestphal, C. Basil.
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Coach Wetherhold's gridders
of '50 left the most outstanding
pigskin record of recent years
with seven scalps added to their
Under co-captains Dan Olson
and Bob Purdy, quarterback
Jack Jennings supplied the
passing combination with his
favorite target, Don Como.
Charlie Hortopan was the lead-
ing touchdown maker withxa
42-point record, although "Big
jawn" Simmons shook himself
loose on a 53-yard sprint for the
only score of the annual Turkey
Handling one halfback slot
was "Breakaway" Springfield,
with Don Nichols at defensive
and Pip Moyer anchoring cen-
ter. Wayne Hughes and Herb
Sullivan handled the guard
slots backed up by two Bills,
Kerchner and Kennerly. Mel
Hyatt used his 200 pounds to
advantage at tackle with Will
Mumford right behind him.
Don Jones, Keith Belch, and
Bill Brown shared end assign-
The jay Vees won three
games to emulate their varsity
Greenbelt .t.......,..... pg
Frederick . . . .r,., . . . 13
Dover, Del. ..r....,. . 7
Sherwood ..,,.....,.. . 0
Bethesda-Chevy Chase ,... 0
Elkton ...,.,,........ . 6
Maryland Park . . , . , . 7
Cambridge ,... , . , 20
Wicomico , . , 0
J V FOOTB XLL First Row R Walters J Beans A Calabrese, R. Lee, E. Hendricks, L. Bonnefond
I' Coble F Walsh Second Row N Smith W Sheridan F. Rosenbloom, W. Kennerly, W. Kerchner
l Chaney W Donald j Potee W Martin Fhxrd Row T. Shores, R. Beavers, J. Belch, K. Block F
Carlson C' Catterton j Anderson B Brown C Alter Coach Bonari.
Both the Anne Arundel County and Class A championships were
annexed in one of the most successful seasons of the Varsity
Five. In regular season competition the Varsity Quint had 12 wins
and five losses. ,
Defeating arch rival Glen Burnie in two out of three games enabled
them to go on to the District Finals, but there they were eliminated by
Bel Air, 46-45. I
Captain Donny Como proved to be the Panthers' best all around
ball-player, especially under the basket. "Pip" Moyer sparked the club
with a total of 326 points. jack Jennings, Ed Hendricks, and Tom
Steward also turned in stellar performances.
opp. AHS opp. AHS
Prince Frederick ...... 17 63 Alumni .,,. ,... 3 6 34
Greenbelt ......... , . . 38 56 Cambridge . . . , . . . 38 46
Laurel .. .,,.,.... ,.. 31 60 Hyattsville .., ,,.. 37 42
Prince Frederick , . . . . . 33 69 Oxon Hill , , . . , . , 35 32
Oxon Hill ...... . . , 45 47 Glen Burnie , . . . . , , 28 33
Laurel , , . , . . . ,. 29 44 Arundel .,.. , . , . . . . 40 72
Cambridge . . . . , , 40 46 Maryland Park . . . . . . . 71 52
Faculty ...... ... 51 43 ' Glen Burnie ., .... 35 36
Glen Burnie . . .. 43 40 Bel Air ..,, 46 45
Aberdeen .,... ......, 4 3 40
VARSITY BASKETBALL-First Row: Mgr. it 1 V
B. Kennerly, j. Marston, J. Jennings, L. if pf
Bonnefond, E. Hendricks, D. Nichols, T. X '
Kelly. Second Row: Mgr. J. Baker, W. Mum- R . in V
ford, 'I'. Steward, A. McGuckian, Coach x
Rentschler, D. Como, P. Moyer, G. Bloom, '
Mgr. Al. Anderson.
Left: High-scorer Pip Moyer dribbles
to tally. Right: Captain Como
stretches for the ball.
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JV BASKETBALL-First Row: D. Peret, H. Rowe, K. Block, W. Collison, B. Walters,
D. Miller, G. Magruder. Second Row: Mgr. B. Brown, K.vBelch, K. Adams, R. Bea-
vers, F. Walsh, Coach Bnlcock, B. Brown. J. Alvanos, D. Jacobs, J. Henneberger, Mgr.
The eternal triangle . . . two
hands and a ball.
FROSH BASKETBALL-First Row
J. Moreland, G. Catterton, D. McNew
R. Brown. Second Row: R. Baldree
T. McNew, A. Jones, J. Anderson
Mgr. Rosenbloom. Third Row: D
Como, J. Ellis, J. Tally, Coach Cox
J. Havennar, A. Crosby, P. Moyer.
Almost yet not quite . . . muscles strain,
spectators gaze in suspense, and what
happens? The referee blows his whistle!
VARSITY SOCCER Fzrst Row J Myers D lenn nglon, D. Jones. B Vermillion 1 Britton Sfmnd
Row M French W Smith S Moreland H Hubbard J. Cordle, C. Wmegardner D Figgs R Fyler
R Svolos lhwd Row N Phipps Nl Cooper D Palmer J. Easterday, E Windsor J Schoocraft G YV1l
Arundel . , .
V SOCCER .Szttmg V Eucare X Hall I Xvilq G. Brillon,C.Hy'1tt Standm V Hall C Dey
Nl Blades O Beal J Roberts A Crosby S Brink J Elsts, N. Unger D Sears R Baldree J Dulin
VARSITY BASEBALL--First Row: Mgr. F. Rosenbloom, E. Hendricks
R Beavers D lcnnington Henneber er M r C Catterton Second Ron
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S. Moreland, D. Palmer, M. Covington, F. Jones, J. Jennings, C. Hortopan
P. Lunter, G. Evans, D. Buttis. Third Rout: Coach Rentschler, D. Jacobs,
I.. Bonnefond. K. Adams, D. Jones, T. Steward, Il. Brown, A. Crosby, T.
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HF RECOCIZEJ AHS Built around a small nucleus from '50,
Towson .A,.. 5 4 the Panther diamonders, who were men-
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tored for the third year by Coach Bruce
Rentschler, had a tough 16 game schedule.
Jack Jennings was behind the plate with
Paul Lunter on the initial sack and Danny
Palmer holding down the keystone position.
Frank Jones returned to short stop for the
second year. lid Hendricks held down the
hot corner while Stu Moreland, Tom Stew-
ard, Charlie Hortopan, and George Evans
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handled outfield chores. Front line pitchers
lTlClllllCtl Don Jones, Ralph Beavers, and
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Top: Don Jones winds up
for the pitch.
Above: You're out! "Mule"
Jennings is on the ball!
Star-r-rfike one! Charlie Hor-
topan swings at a fast one.
The old Indian game of lacrosse
again proved to be the most popular
spring sport at AHS.
In quest of their second straight
county championship, the Panthers
were paced this year by Co-captains
Donny Nichols and Don Como and
such returning lettermen as Danny
Olson, Tommy Kelly, john Simmons,
and Pip Moyer. New prospects who
showed up well were Jimmy Belch
and Bill Kerchner.
Robert Bulcock took over the head
coach's reins, and under his guidance
the Panthers displayed plenty of
VARSITY LACROSSE-First Row: B. Brown, E. Britton, T. Coble, J. Beans
IJ. Miller, W. Smith, AI. Roberts. Second Row: W. Kennerly, Simmons
W. Kerclmer, 1. Belch, D. Como, D. Nichols, K. Block, A. Harvey, R. Moyer
R. Crosby. Third Row: Coach Bulcock, Mgr. T. Shores, C. Schmidt, C
Heise, 'I'. Kelly, ll. Olson. W. Mumford, NV. Cook, R. Lee, Mgr. A. Bentley
QM' opp. AHS
Dundalk .... 3 1
Forest Park , .... 5 4
N5 Southern fBalto.j
lm Charlotte Hall
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Charlotte Hall ..,. 6 Z
Bill Kennerly fends off Qan O1son's
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Annapolis High's track team, al-
though heavily hit hy 50's gradua-
tion, looked forward to a fine sea-
son. Last year the Panthers won
one out of three meets and placed
fifth in the state finals.
George Springheld, state record
holder of the 220-yard dash, was
the hig gun for the Panthers.
Springfield won both the 220 and
running broad pump events in the
.state meet last year, and this year
he entered in both those events
plus the l004yard dash. Gregg
Magruder, jim Bryars, and Ken
Sears also ran in the l00 and the
220. Bill Sorrell and Hilary Rowe
handled the 440 yard run, while
Ray liyler and Keith Belch ran the
880. The mile run was tackled by
Stanley lintwisle and Dennis Holi-
In the field department Spring-
lield again ruled the broad-jump,
with help from Van Conway. jim
Baker and Wayne Graham used
their weight to good advantage,
throwing the shot-put and discus.
Graham also entered the highs
jump, along with Magruder and
TRACK-First Row: D. Holidayoke, Alvanos Baker N Buerger -R Eyler Second R0 C K'
, , . , . . . , w: . inner, K. Sears,
B. Cadell, J. Bryars, B. Sorrell, G. Springheld, B. Vklalters, D. Meyer, N Unger, l'. Eller. Third Row: Mgr. B.
Brashears, S. Brink. A. Gould, Al. Potee, Coach Cox, G. Alter, S. E t ' l G.
n wis e, Magruder, H. Rowe, Mgr. A. jones.
Crisp white skirts swish in unison . . . fourteen
pairs of saddle shoes leave the turf . . . cheers ring
through the air . . . cheering, singing, or moaning-
theerleaders were there.
Leader Ann Fisher was willed the topmost post in
the squad last year by Gloria Richmond. Other pert
swirlers were tried out and picked by varsity members
and Miss Shepherd, faculty adviser. Of the eleven
girls serving their second season, Dotty and Peggy
Westphal, identical twins, have four years in the
cheering section to their credit.
Practices began the first week of school with "shows"
put on through all varsity sports, pep rallies, parades,
and bonlires. Jay Vees begin their work with JV sports,
graduating from maroon skirts to white.
On the gridiron, on the court, at the pep rallies,
cheerleaders were always sending in that extra man-
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-First Row: E. Sweeney, Dyment,
B. Weiss, B. Zeigler. Serond Row: P. Duvall, L. Thomas, B. Har-
der, E. Doran, L. Scible. Third Row: H. Sherald, D. Westphal, A.
Fisher, P. Westphal, D. Barnes.
JV CHEERLEADERS-First Row: J. Day, L. Barnes,
J. Earle, E. Robinson, M. Hopkins. Second Row: M.
Metcalf. B. Wiggins, l'. Anderson, S. Foust.
We've got a team-nobody's prouder!
If you can't hear us, we'll yell a little louder!
We've got a team-nobody's prouder!
lsyi , If you can't hear us, we'll yell a little
. ,.., louder!
UQ , We've GOT A TEAM-NoBoDY's
aii .fgffjs IF You CAN'T HEAR Us, w12'LL
A . YELL A LITTLE LOUDERI
"Col Go! Go!" Both " 4
cheerleaders and coach
N point to a goal-to-go.
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MAjORE'I"1'ES-First Row: j. Wolfe, D. Purdy, P. Bell, F. Williams. Second Row:
L. Hambruch, M. Gates, 1-L. Shovestul, B. Hedges. S. Wright, M. Bethel.
Flashing batons . . . bobbing boot tassels . . . the major-
ettes on parade . . . Cheering crowds at those big gridiron
games thrilled to the antics of the peppy strutters.
Under the direction of leader Jeanne Wolfe, the major-
ettes this year planned and executed intriguing patterns for
those half-time breaks, as well as bonfires, pep rallies, par-
ades, and SG elections. The gold and white uniforms, tall
hats, and high-top boots were acquired through efforts of
the squad alone.
Accompanied by drums at various times, the majorettes
added pep, enthusiasm, and color to athletic contests.
Head Majorette Jeanne
XNolfe-our high strutter.
Majorettes parade on the football stripesto display new formations and fullfdress uni-
forms to homecoming visitors.
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Cara Gascoigne from Eastholme, England,
introduced girls' lacrosse at AHS.
Hockey? Badminton? Basketball? All these were included in the regular
intramural program-plus archery, softball, and volleyball.
Girls' intramurals, a different division from varsity sports, were offered every
Tuesday afternoon. Betty Stuller headed the intramural leaders, comprised of
Lacrosse was introduced at AHS upon the visit of a varsity representative from
England, arranged by the Baltimore Lacrosse Association. Girls interested in this
new sport met every morning before school to master the fundamentals of the
game. Lacrosse will also be offered as part of the regular intramural program
It's a "drawl" Betty Stul-
ler, Tennie Wuebbens
and Sondra Duvall learn
that the game's beginning
is similar to hockey.
Carolyn Webb "watches the birdie." Upper and
Bows bent and strings taut-Shirley Bachmann and lower classmen staged a badminton tournament
Sondra Duvall aim for bullseye. apiece.
Y FIELDBALL-First Row: E. Pennington, D. jackson, M. Beyerlein, K. Duckett, C. Cammar-
atta, C. Davis. Second Row: D. Wolstenholme, J. Wildon , C. B
er ritain, j. Weston, B. Jones, P. Rawlings,
J. Mason. Third Raw: C. Kautz, M. Vanderburgh, S. Garner, S. Bush, S. Duvall, S. Bachmann, I. Asche,
R. Taylor, A. cm, Coach 1.. coggiano.
Kitty Duckett steps back as Sue
Garner and Ingrid Asche battle
for a toss-up.
Another inscription on
that silver cup marks the
fourth consecutive year
that the AHS fieldball
team has won the A.A.
C o u n t y championship.
After a bad opening game
against Southern, the girls
retaliated with a determin-
ation that lasted until the
title was ours.
Arundel furnished the
Pantherettes with the stif-
fest competition of the
year, playing the locals to
a 6-6 deadlock.
Back again were veter-
ans Signy Bush, with her
overhead shots, and Son-
dra Duvall, captain and
high scorer for '50, New-
comers Carlotta Cammar-
ata and Shirley Bachmann
showed their prowess with
Arundel .......,. 6 3
Southern ,........ 7 13
Glen Burnie ..... 6 9
Arundel .......,, 6 6
Southern ..,...., 4 7
Glen Burnie .,,.. 1 5
r THE RECORD
Catonsville ....... 4 l
St. Mary's Sem. 2 3
Glen Burnie ..... 0 4
"Aw shucksl Missed!" Sl' Marys Sem' '--- 4 3
Glen Burnie ....,, 0 4
Montgomery-Blair 0 3
The Lady Panthers hockey team, under the direc-
tion of Coach Margaret Wharton, turned in a fine
season, winning four and losing two. In amassing
their victory string, the gals twice toppled their
arch rival, Glen Burnie.
f'Footsie" Pfautz, Louise Murphy, and Betty
Stuller formed a trio of high scorers.
O11 defense Joyce Asher, Ida Bausum, and Bar-
bara Walters turned in outstanding performances,
Rosa Lee Young completed her fourth successful
year as goalie.
VARSITY HOCKEY-First Row: R. Eucare, J. Reichel, E. Coble, j. Windsor, B. Westphal, j.
Asher. Second Row: B. Aorilio, B. Barry, M. Nunn, D. Barnes, B. Walters, 1. Myers, R. Young.
Third Row: D. Lape, A. Logan, B. Pfautz, R. McCutchan, G. Harbold, I. Bausum, B. Stuller, B.
Egan, B. Simmons, P. Reed, Coach Wharton.
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KETBALL - First
Row: K. Duckett,
D. Jackson, B. Stul-
ler, S. Yost, R.
Young, C. Davis.
Second Row: B.
Egan, B. Werz, T.
Wuehhens, S. Bach-
mann, S. Duvall, I.
Asche, J. Wolfe.
Third Roux' Coach
Wharton, F. Far-
rell, S. Waterman,
I. Bausum, D.
Lape, Coach Cog-
First Row: J.
Hicks, C. Dodson,
E. Shovestul, C.
Yvehh, B. Barry.
Second Row: C.
Barnes, N. lick, F.
Williams, B. Pulsi-
fer, P. Street, J.
Row: Coach Allen,
S, Foust, H. Par-
kinson, E. Cadle,
B. Wfestervelt, L.
The scoreboard showed five wins
and six losses as the Pantherette sex-
tet, coached by Miss Margaret YVhar-
ton assisted by Miss Luciel Coggiano,
rounded out their '51 season. Stellar
performers "Skippy" Jackson, Jeanne
Yvolle, and Beverly NVerz were high
scorers for the feminine hardwooders,
tallying 107, 37, and 24 points re-
spectively. Co-captains Betty Stuller
and Shirley Yost, along with Shirley
Bachmann, played good defensive
TH IL RECORD
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Prince Frederick. 18
Laurel . ,.., . , 15
Prince Frederick , . I3
Catonsville ., . 23
Laurel , . , . . l6
Glen Burnie . 20
Bethesda . , 56
Bethesda . . , . . 48
Glen Burnie , 27
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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL-First Row: B. Jones, B. Hedges, D. jackson, l.. Wlickstrom. Second Row G Har
bold, M. Bausum, L. Robbins, J. Mason, B. Stuller, K. Duckett, P. Roberts B. Pulsifer, D. Todd Thzrd Row
Coach Coggiano, C .Tolan, A. Ballman, B. Werz, I. Bausum, F. Keeney, 'l'. Wuehbens, S. Duvall E Cadle B
Westervelt, M. Wilson, K. Leanos.
The '51 volleyball team moved into
another fine season with the capture of
their third consecutive county cham-
pionship as their goal.
Having only three first string hold-
overs from '50, Coach Luciel Coggiano
welcomed a number of promising
rookies who backed more experienced
players to make their mark on the court.
Rounding out her fourth year of
varsity competition, Captain Betty Stul-
ler sparked the play. Newcomers Bever-
ly Werz and Skippy Jackson proved to
be valuable additions to the squad.
Twinkling lights from AHS after dark . . .
the last strains of prom melodies floating
through the midnight air . . . the scene of
our thespian and musical productions . . .
affording student merry-makers a glitter-
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Flames rose high . . . voices rose higher
. . . sparks Hew out . . . cheers rang out . . .
Despite drizzle, wind, and cold the ardent
sport fans of AHS made a terrific display
of school spirit at the bonfire pep rally.
Shivering but nevertheless strutting and
shouting vigorously, the majorettes and
cheerleaders kept the crowd full of pep.
With a special loud-speaker car and
much "pomp and circumstance," the
crowd paraded through Annapolis proper,
returned to the school, and then gathered
round the grandiose fire.
The gridironers were interviewed for
the spectators by Jerry Fisher and Buddy
Tack. All went home wet and cold, but
sure of a good season with enthusiasm plus!
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Stanley Entwisle and his trum-
pet send melodious notes ring-
ing through the auditorium.
Blue floodlights highlighted the
swish of a grass skirt-"Little
Brown Gal" with Margie Gates.
Stunt Nite came . . . a star-
studded footlight review . .'
packed full of top-notch talent.
Highlight of the show, carry-
ing away top honors, was
Joanne Weston's rendition of
"His Rockin' Horse Ran Away"
a' la Betty Hutton. Second hon-
ors went to Bill Phelps for his
beautiful vocalizing of "The
Lord's Prayer." In third place
was the "Tally-Ho Crew" with
their conception of "The Miss-
ing Report Card." Following
tradition the faculty "let its hair
down" in a good ole' corn-hus-
Everything from a mock
wrestling match to a chorus line
of Flora-Dora girls entertained
at matinee and soiree perform-
ances. Talent scouts don't kn
what they missed, but look out
Broadway! Here comes A.H.S.!
"What? All A's?" Papa Mylin Bar
faints at report card news as
Nancy Hamilton, Helen Fisher, and
Ann Logari stare.
jwinggng eyw, ambweal facea, lzear-fy fauglld
The longvawaited faculty stunt-a husking hee complete
with a harhershop quartet!
Flora-Dora gals in red satin and
hlack lace tripped across the stage.
"Blind" ref Jimmie Marston meas'
ured the pin of Dangerous Dan hy
The Winnah! With "silent singing" Joanne
Weston pantomined a mother's blues.
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Aw, c'mon-Sadie Hawkins Day comes but
once a year-give us a break! The poor
male is cornered . . . these became the
rhythmic feet with the Nite Life beat.
Wvill she he dancing with that senior wolf
instead? Downhearted Bill Kennerly dials
again. Keith Belch consults his "little black
hook" as Frank Walsh kihitzes.
Guys and gals are dated-the day arrives!
The Social Committee descends on the har-
ren cafeteria. Drucilla Terry, Meredith
Moon, and Donny Miller hang gala stream-
al If .PT
Pigskins, snowmen, and eupids transformed the cafeteria into a dazzling
dancehall where couples twirled and whirled.
Magicians . . . and laborers . . . of the dances and jamborees were the
social committee and its advisers, Miss glean Swartz and Mr. Leon Billow.
Hocus pocus . . . band contracts were signed . . . tables and chairs came
out . . . artistic decorations went up . . . then sociable citizens enjoyed
themselves. Mornings after the night before found sleepy-eyed clean-up
crews trudging back to right the wreckage.
Novelty of the year was the Pigskin Hop. Colorful posters urging our
team to victory fired school spirit. Little of the magical decorations re-
mained after dancers left sporting blue and maroon pennants as souvenirs
of AHS Nite Life.
Social Committee Representatives: First Rnzv: A. Miller, IJ. lepp, Asher, Miss
Swartz, P. Wesphal, D. Terry. Sfwrzd Row: G. Lalmovitl. K. Sears, S. Bachmann, K.
Smith, Nl. Riddlelierger, C. Basil.
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Operatic aspirants gather round leading lady jill Donovan
in H.M.S. Pinafore.
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"I :mi the Captain of the Pinaforef'
"For he is an Englishman."
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Ralph Rackstraw ...4,.. Bill Phelps
Josephine ....,4,...,, jill Donovan
Captain Corcoran ..... Nepier Smith
Little Buttercup. . .Dominica Mileto
Sir joseph Porter ....,,., Mylin Barr
Cousin Hebe .....,,.. Audrey Miller
Dick Deadeye .......,. Bill Kerchner
Boatswain A... , . . Bill Kennerly
After a succession of snow storms
which halted rehearsals and kept
school doors bolted, H.M.S. Pinafore
docked at AHS.
The musical-dramatic production
filled the house. "Stop! Oh, stopl I
love youl' marked a favorite climax as
Josephine Hung herself into Ralph's
waiting arms. Eight "song-stars"
were the backbone of a cast consisting
of sailors and "sisters, cousins, and
aunts." Christian Engleman as musi-
cal accompanist played with his own
touch of Iturbi.
A finished performance would not
have been possible without assistance
from Mr. Robert F. Kunkle with
chorus vocalizing, Mr. George W.
Norris with acting, and Mr. Samuel
Furman and the orchestra.
Candle glow . . . mystic strains
of "Mam'selle" . . . Parisian cafe
atmosphere . . . as dreamy Juniors,
we loved our junior Prom.
Our first class activity was this
most anticipated formal of the
year. Green and white awnings,
candlelit tables, and garlands of
gay flowers remarkably trans-
formed our cafeteria into the Cafe
de la Paix.
Day Child's Orchestra supplied
musique tl la francaise as couples
drifted before scenic views of Paris
in the spring.
Our hearts swell with pride
when we recall Hour" Prom, ac-
claimed by tout le monde as the
most outstanding in the history of
it Q ,,
We danced with pride at our junior
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'low left: Programs.
flow right: Lighting.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Xngie . .... . . ..., Meredith Moon
wlargaret . , Betty Pfautz
,orraine . Ann Brice
Citty .. . . . , ,. Fay Farrell
, , Willard Mumford
ack . . ., , Bill Cook
Xrt . .. , ,... Bob Sheridan
Above left: "See you all later. l'm in the parade!"
Above: "How do you do? l'm so glad to know
you!" Below: "Angie, I want you to be my girl."
vlartin . , . . Coleman Groves
'ane ,.., . . . , Ann Logan
Pony . . , . . Sam Anderson
viargie ....., . . . .,.. jane Carr
Fitz ,.,...., .. . , .. Tom Kelly
lnderstudy and prompter , .,.,,, . juan Miller
". . . and yet never again would there ever be anything quite
is wonderful as that Seventeenth Summer" brought down the
rouse as well as the final curtain of our senior play. The cast
if Seventeenth Summer, under Miss Katharine Kibler's direc-
ion, staged "one of AHS's best dramatic productions."
Plans progressed as we accumulated props . . . painted scen-
:ry . . . perfected our lines . . , and made clever morning an-
nouncements that foretold a marvelous production. The open-
ng came and our efforts were rewarded by the audience's
miles and tears.
memoriezi of gedferolag . . .
ij0l'I'L0l"I'0lfU A05 GAQH
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without whose help this yearbook would not have been possible.
Mrs. Anthony Abato
and Mrs. Paul Ackerman
Mitchell I. Adams
and Mrs. Fred Alexander
Mary E. Allen
Louis R. Amacher
Beverly Myers Ames
and Mrs. James Anderson
L. H. Arison
and Mrs. Benj. F. Asher
Francis P. Asher Jr.
and Mrs. Francis Asher, Sr.
Joyce Asher, '51
and Mrs. S. Felton Atwell
Joseph F. Atwell
Foster F. Augustine
and Mrs. Geo. F. Bachman
Mrs. F. Ernest Baker
Maude N. Baker
Louis B. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Baldwin, Sr
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Barber
Bard Avon School
Mrs. Benjamin Bare
Mr. and Mrs. George Barnett
Mrs. W. E. Barelmes
Mrs. Ruth Bassford
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bashore
Anita Basil, '46
Miss Barbara Basil
Carl G. Basil
Cynthia Basil, '51
Mrs. Edgar Basil
Mrs. F, N. Basil
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Basil
Mr. L.oree Basil
Mrs. Loree Basil
Robert A. Basil, Jr., '51
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Basil, Sr
Mr. George Bassford
Mrs. Ottie Bassford
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bassford
Mr. and Mrs. Benj. F. Bausum
Evelyn Bausum, '50
Frederick A. Bausum, '47
Ida Bausum, '51
Miriam Bausum, '53
Madeline Beall, '50
Mrs. Oliver Beall
Mrs. I.. A. Bean
R. C. Bean
Mr. Ralph Beavers
Barbara Beavin, '48
Mrs. G. Beazley
Mr. George Becker
Mr. Roland Bell
W. R. Bell
Mrs. Virginia Bennett
Water, "Speedy" Bennett
Miss Anne L. G. Benson
Mrs. J. V. Bethel
Mrs. James Bland
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Bloom
Mrs. Ralph Bloor
Miss Betty Boettcher
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bonari
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Borgersen
Mr. Edward Bothe
Mr. J. H. Bouchal
Lt. Jos. H. Bouchal, Jr., '45
Alice M. Bowen
Owen Odell Bowen, '46
Fred M. Bowles, '50
Boys of Miss Noble's
2nd period History
Mrs. C. J. Bradford, Jr.
Ritchie Brady, '50
Rev. Orra Brant
Mrs. John Branzell
Mrs, Eva Brashears
Mr. Frank Lee Brashears, Jr.
Robert Lee Brashears, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Braum
Mrs. T. Brenzow
Miss Naomi Brewer
Mrs. C. Carroll Brice, Sr.
Mr. Norman Brice
Raymond Brown, Jr.
Mr. Robert Bulock
Bunny and Archie
Mrs. Ethel L. Burdett
Mrs. Elsie L. Burgess
Mr. Fiaser Burgess
Mrs. Theodore Burgess '
Lela R. Burnett
Mrs. Dorothea Burtis
Basil M. Burton
Mrs. B. H. Bush
Mr. William Butler, '46
Miss Edith Cadell
Calverts Variety Store
Mr, and Mrs. Preston Cantler
Mr. George R. Carlson
Mrs. Mae Carlson
Sally Ann Carpenter
Mrs. Henryetta Carpenter
lst period gen. bus.
Miss Anne WV. Carr
Mrs. Evereth Carr
Miss Gladys W. Carr
Miss June Carr
Virgil H. Carr, Jr., '50
Mr. and Mrs. Warrington Carr
Mrs. D. L. Carson
Mrs. Earrie E. Casey
Lillian F. Casey
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Catterton
C.B. M.C. of A.A. Co.
Mrs William A. Chambers
Mrs. Muleel Clapelle
Myrtle M. Chase
Miss Minnie Childs
Robert F. Church
Mr. and Mrs. R. Church
William G. Churchill, '43
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark
Mrs. J. Spencer Clark
Mrs. Vivianne Cark
David O. Colburn
Jennie Mae Colburn, '50
Mr. William S. Colburn
Miss Luciel Coggiana
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coghlan
Mrs. H. Collahona
Mr. Howard S. Collins
Mrs. Rhoda Dul Collins, '37
Jennie C. Collinson
Miss Jennie Collison
William J. Collisin
Mr. and Mr. J. W. Conwell
Mr. Charles Cook
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cook
Miss Nellie G. Cook
Rev. G. A. Cooper
Miss Nelie G. Cook
Katherine Roger Cordle
Miss Katherine Cox
Mr. Merle E. Cox
Lt. and Mr. Roy Creech
Mr. and Mr. E. D. Crist
Mrs. Franklin Cummings
Jack G. Currier
Mary Frances Dahl
Mrs. R. J. Daughterty
Miss Davis' 5th period
Merry F. Davidson
R. E. Davidson
Mrs. W. F. Davidson
Miss Elizabeth Davis
Wonda F. C. Davis
Shirley M. Dawson '45
Mr. William Dawson
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Day
Bea Deale '50
Mrs. Malcolm E. DeConway
Mrs. B. B. Delaney
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Demos
Dink and Chuck
Raymond Disney '48
Mrs. C. F. Dockhoin
Esther M. Donald
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Donaldson
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Donnelly
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Donovan
Jill Donovan '51
Mr. Owen Dove
Mr. Richard E. Dove, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Dorsey
Joanne Duckett '50
Robert J. Figgs
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Figgs
Elizabeth A. Finkle
Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond Finkle, Jr.
Mrs. Lillian Fisher
Mr. Bill Fishpaw
Mary Bowles Flanagan '44
Mrs. Marie A. Flutwood
Mrs. W. A. Fleming
Harry T, Ford
John H. Ford
Mrs. Wiley J. Fowler
Mrs. Bertha Francis
Mr. George Frank
Mr. William E. Frantom
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fredenburgh
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E, Fuhrman
R. M. Fulton
S. H. Furman
Miss Antoinette Gaines
Mrs. Carl A. Gallop
Mrs. Benjamin C. Galloway
J. Francis Galloway
Mr. and Mrs. Hal R. Garner
Mr. Francis Gasch
Mr. and Mrs. Harder
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Harder
Mrs. Jack Hardesty
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harms
Maude B. Harrington
Daniel I. Hershman
Mr. A. T. Hatch
Mr. F. Garner Hayden
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Hazel
Capt. and Mrs. J. T. Hazen
Mrs. Richard Hebb
W. E. Hedges
Mr. John Hellener
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henderson
Mr. W. D. Henderson
Mrs. W. D Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. H. Herbert
Mrs. R. H. Herbert
Mrs. James D. Hicks
Mr. F. R. Hickman, Jr.
Ernest H. Herklotz
Mrs. Victor D. Herbster
Miss Gloria Hienbrick
Wayne Higgs, '48
Pat Hill, '50
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman R. Hindle
Mrs. M. S. Holmes
Mrs. E. N. Holt
Mrs. Oliver B. Holt
Mrs. Helena Holzaphel and
Dot Holzaphel '49
Mrs. Shepherd's 2nd period
Home Arts Class
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Bowie Duckett
Mr. W. B. Duckett
Mrs. Henry W. Duerbeck
Ann M. Dugon
Mrs. Rhoda Dull
Harry Duncan, Jr.
Mr. J. Dunleavy
Mrs. Paul Dunleavy
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Duvall
Katherine C. Duvall, '27
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lee Duvall
Mr. Weems D. Duvall
In memory of
Mrs. Weems R. Duvall
Weems R. Duvall
Mrs. Dorothy Dye
Mrs. R. W. 'Easterday
Commandeg W. F. Eckley
Mrs. W. H. Eitemiller
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Ellington
Mrs. Grover Emrick
Mr. and Mrs. James Engle
English Ill D
Miss Cox's 4th period English
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Entwish
Miss Alma Erickson
George A. Erickson
Mrs. H. N. Eslinger
Frederick W. Essig
Joanna Garner Evans '44
Mrs. Matthew S. Evans
Mrs. Pete Evans
Mrs. Walton Evans
Family Relations 3rd period
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Farrell
Mrs. W. O. Faust
Mrs. Fred Feldmeyer
Miss Nyce Feldmeyer
Mrs. John C. Ferguson
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gates
Nat Gates III
Nat Gates, Jr. and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gaw
Mrs. George Gebhaidt
Rev. C. Georgiadis
Mrs. Cecila Getz
Mrs. Ray F. Gillum
Girls in Miss Noble's
2nd period History
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Goddard
Mr. and Mrs. Zepp Goings
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Goldsborouglx
Mr. Albert J. Goodman
Mrs. Myron S. Gordon
Mrs. Jack Gottlieb
Dr. and Mrs. V. Gould
Flora Gray, '51
Mr. and Mrs. John Gray
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Grafe
Margaret S. Grallen
Irene M. Grallcy
Mr. Joseph Greenfield
Mrs. R. Grollman
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Hall
Dr. V. Hall
Margaret Hallock, '48
Mrs. Jonah Halsted
Mrs. Florence Hambrock
Mr. Theodore Hammer
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hammer
Mrs. Albert Hancock
Miss Anna Mae Haneke
Gail Rowe Harbold
Mr. and Mrs. Fawcett Hopkins
Mr. John H. Hopkins
Mrs. J. L. Hopkins
Mr. and Mrs. T. Weller Hopkins
Miss Janith R. Horsey
Betty F. Horton '50
Charles Hortopan, '51
Mrs. Truxton C. Houston
Mrs. Cora Howard
Mrs. F. N. Howard
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Howard
Mrs. Mary Hubbard
Mr. J. D. Hudgins
Mr. and Mrs Lou Hyatt
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. lssel
Mrs. Alvin Jackson
Mrs. S. E. Jarrell
Mrs. W. C. Jarrell
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Jaworski
Mrs. Rudolf Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Jones
Mrs. Hazel Jones
Capt. and Mrs. H. B. Jones
R. L. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Jones
Mrs. Thomas Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Garner Jones
Mrs. Osler C. Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rodgers Joyce
Mr. Jack Kahn
Mrs. Edith M. Kalmey
H. J. Kaufman III
Mrs. E. L. Kelly
Harvey E. Kelly, '49
M. Margarette Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kennerly
Mrs. D. D. Kent
E. Robert Kent
Mrs. I. C. Kidd
Mrs. Alice King
Mrs. Frank R. King
Mrs. Richard King
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Kinhart
G. VV. Kinner
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Kirkley
Dr. and Mrs. W. Kichen
Dr. Maurice F. Klawans
Mrs. Bertie Knapp
Mrs. Donald Kolb
Miss Mildred Kolb
Miss Mildred Kolb
Mr. Robert F. Kunkle
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. LaChapelle
Miss Barbara Lamb
Mr. and Mrs. R. Lamb
Lamm and Parks
Mr. William J, Lamm
Mrs. Cecil Lancaster
Mr. Fay Layhem
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Leaherbury
Mr. Gilbert Leatherbury
Miss Matilda Leatherbury
Mrs. R. M. Leatherbury
Mr. Taylor Leatherbury
Mrs. Taylor Leatherbury
Mrs. George M. Lee, Sr.
Mrs. Julia A. Lee
Mr. Roland Lee
Howard A. Legg
Admiral and Mrs. Leggett
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leitch
Mr. Lawrence V. Leitch
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Lerian
Mr. and Mrs. Dashiell
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Levay
Mr. George H. Lewis
Mrs. Jack Lewnes
Mrs. Leonard H. Lieberman
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lilly
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Linskey
Joan Lipman, '50
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lipman
Mr. Ernest Liskey
Mrs. Chas. Logan, Sr.
Mr. William F. Logan
Hudson T. Loizeaux and Inez F.
George E. Long
Mrs. Lucy Lookssky
Mrs. George Lowery
Mr. Ralph Lowman
Mrs. Alfred L. Lucas
Mr. and Mrs. G. Ridgely Luckett
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lunter
Mary E. Lunter
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Macey
Mrs. Mary Macey
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey F. Myers, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Macey
Mr. Rober A. Maddocks
Mr. and Mrs. A. Maggio
Mrs. Gregory J. Mann
Miss Marking's 3rd period Spanish
Miss Marking's 4th period Spanish
Mrs. Ralph Marsh
Mrs. Ross Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Marston
Mr. and Mrs. Jay J. Martin
Mrs. Simon S. Martin
Mrs. Gertrude Martines
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mason
T. F. McCarter, '40
Mrs. Della McCarthy
Miss Joan McCaskell
Mrs. Gerald McClean
Mr. and Mrs. Glynn McClune
Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. McCrone
Samuel F. McCully
Mrs. Henry B. McDonald
Shirley McDonald, '45
Mr. George W. McGinley
George McGuckian, '46
Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. McNew
Jerry A. Meade
Ramon Meade, '46
Mrs. John Mealey
Tommy Meekins, '50
Mr. 'R. Meer
Mrs. Eva Meiser
Meredith and George
Mrs. Fred Merriken
Mr. Allen C. Miller
Mr. Earl C. Miller
Estella A. Miller
YViliam E. Miller
Mrs. Ralph J. Michels
Mrs. Allen C. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller
Charles and Helga Moerschel
Mrs. Rosa Molden
Mr. Frank Monroe
Henry O. Monsen
Mrs. D. P. Moon
David Peaslee Moon
Don Pardee Moon
Peter Clayton Moon
Francis Ray Moreland
Mr. Frank Moreland
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moreland
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Moreland
Mr. J. Arthur Moreland
Mrs. Fred Moulden
C. L. Moyer
Mike Mrlik, '48
Comdr. and Mrs. E. R. Mumford
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lewis Reed
Ensign R. T. Radcliffe
Mrs. 0. Reader
Mrs. R. P. Redman
Williard Royal Mumford, '51
Clara Lee Munday, '53
Miss Mary M. Munroe
Mrs. Walter Munroe
Mrs. J. Walter Musterman
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Myer
Larry Nash, '61
Rev. and Mrs. J. Luther Neff
Francis S. Neise
Mrs. A. Nelson
Mrs. Joerres Newton
Miss Linabelle Nicely
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nicholas
George T. Nichols
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Nichols
June Nichols, '50
Miss D. L. Noble
Mrs. J. L. Norton
I.ouis A. Nowell, Jr.
Dr. Irving Ochs
Mrs. Acelia O'Leary
Daniel C. Olson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Olson
Barbara Diane Onderdonk
James Oliver Onderdonk III
Pamela Suzanne Onderdonk
Owens Esso Station
Mrs." Charles Owens
Mr. Edward Owens
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Owens
Mrs. J. Edward Owens, Jr.
Mrs. W. T Owens
Dr. H. A. Page
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Painter
Mr, J. W. Palmer
Mrs. Zella Palmer
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Panetti
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Parkinson
L. H. Parlett
Ruth Parsons, '50
Mr. Robert S. Peil
O. M. Pennington
Mrs. Leta Perct
E.T.C. and Mrs. Owen
Mrs. Roberta Perry
Mrs. Frank J. E. Peters
Raymond Pettinger, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Petty
Irvin F. Pewsch
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pfautz, Jr.
William W. Phibbon
Mrs. Phillips A
Mrs. Lester Phipps
Mr. H. T. Pike
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Polk
Charles McDonough Pruitt
Mrs. John J. Purdy
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Reese
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Reescr
Mr William E. Reeser
Dr. William Reichel
Mr. Folger M. Ridout
Mrs Orlando Ridout III
Mr. Orlando Ridout IV
Mrs Edwin Rife
Mrs. Howard Riggins
and Mrs. Frank Rinheart
Elizabeth Ritter '50
Mrs. Erwin Roach
Mrs. Leona Robbins
Mrs. E. W. Roberts
Miss Mary Irene Roeth
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Rogers
Mrs. Mary Ann Rogers
Mrs. Christian E. Rossee
Mayor Roscoe C. Rowe
Mr. Harold Rowlings
Mrs. Dean Russell
Dr. and Mrs. O'Neal F. Russell
Betty Marie Schenck '50
Mrs. W. S. Schenck
Mr. and Mrs. Irving F. Schlusemyer
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmick
Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Schmidt
Mrs. Andrew Schmitt
Mrs. J. M. Schneider
Mrs. J. E. Schoacraft
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schultz
Mrs. John Scible
Kenneth Sears '51
Leah May Sears '55
and Mrs. W. T. Sears
Lt. and Mrs. A. R. Seiler
Severna Park Bus No. 83
Mr. John W. Shakelton
Mr. John L. Sharp
Le Roy T. Sheats
William S. Sherbert
Jerome E. Sherman
Sarah C. Shireman
Catherine Wilford Shores '27
Sidney Tyler Shores Sr. '28
Mr. Paul J. Shovestal
Mrs. E. Showacre
Sigma Theta Phi Sorority
Mr. and.Mrs. J. C. Simpson
K. W. Sinninger
Skunky's School Bus No. 27
Mary G. Small '45
A. C. Smith
F. V. Smith
and Mrs. Leroy Smith
ell E. Smith
Mr. Richard D. Snead
Mr. Ben Snyder
Spa Creek Outboard Association
Mrs. M. W. Spence
Helen Brewer Sprince
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Staley
Mrs. Harry Stallings
Mrs. Myrtle Stephans
Mr. Ralph Stephens
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sterling
Donald Steward '47
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Stinchomb
Thomas H. Stinchomb Jr.
Mr. Thomas Stinchomb
Nancy Stine '51
Mrs. Ruby Stine
Betty Stockett '50
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stockett
Evelyn Stockett '51
Peggy Ann Stockett '50
Mr. Austin Stokes
Miss Mary E. B. Stone
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stonebraker
Agnes R. Straubel
Mrs. Louis Strauss
Mrs. H. J. Sturdevant
Mrs. Edward Suit
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Svolos
Mrs. Leona Sweeney
Mrs. O. C. Tack
Lt. O. C. Tack
Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Tackett
J. L. Talley
Mr. J. J. Talrnan Jr.
Theodore A. Tauser Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Taylor
Charles G. Tender
Lain Terry '36
Bill Terry '44
Mrs. R. Allison Terry
Mrs. C. Terwilliger
Ion W. Tharp
Mrs. W. H. Thomas
Ethel V. Thompson '04
Beckie Tirchman '50
Mrs. Mary Tirshman
Twin Oaks Garage
Mr. and Mrs. Homer V. Todd Jr,
J. J. Tolman Jr.
Charles Roy Tours
Mr. Gerald Torsey
Mr. and Mrs. Stacey E. Traker
Dr. E. Peabody Trevett
Mrs. Robert L. Trott
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Trott
Tubby's Drive Inn
Mr. Richard Tucker
Arthur Tuers '50
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Tydings
George T. Tyler
Mary Vandenburgh '51
Mr. Vincent Vlna
Mr. Victor Voight
Mrs. Clifford Voyles
Mrs. Anne Vrabel
Lorna and Clem Wagner
Mrs. Agnes Walters
Barbara Walters '51
Mrs. George Walters
Mrs. Robert A. Walters
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Walsh
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward
Mrs. Eleanor B. Waring
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Warren
H. C. Waterman
Mr. and Mrs. Richers Watkins
Mr. J. L. Watt
and Mrs. Harold
Russell J. Webb
Benjamin F. Webster
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Weiss
Dr. F. E. Weitzman
Alotn B. Welch '22
John E. Wells
Mrs. Norman B. Wells
Mr. C. Welsh
Mrs. Richard S. West Jr.
Kenneth E. Westervelt
Henry K. Westphal
Mrs. Henry K. Westphal
Mrs. William H. Westphal
Norwood S. Witherhold
Miss Wharton's lst Period Physica!
Miss Margaret Wharton
Miss Bettie Wheeler '48
Mrs. Earl Wheeler
Denis Whelan '49
Mrs. G. Wells White
Barbara White '50
Mrs. Howard Whitmore
Mrs. Wesley, Whitmore
Mrs. Dorothy Whitney
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wickman
Mrs. D. E. Wildoner
Mr. B. Wayson
Mrs. Albert Wilford, Jr.
Miss Mary E. Wisen
Mrs. Daisy L. Williams
Gordon Williams '51
Mr. and Mrs. H. Gordon Williams
Miss Marjie Williams
Mr. and -Mrs. Ernest F. Windsor
Corporal Carroll B. Winter '47
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Wolod
Mrs. Marjy Woolford
Mrs. Harry Woolman
Mr. B. E. Wood
Mrs. Philip C. Woodward
Woodland Beach Garage
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wright
Mrs. E. Wuebbens
Mr. and Mrs. T. Yost
Mrs. Blata Rosa Young
Mr. and Mrs. V. Zacharius
Mr. Denton Ray Zepp
Mrs. Louise J. Zepp
Mrs. F. W. Zick
"Richer Milk in the Cream Top Bottle"
THE ANNAPOLIS DAIRY
THE J. F. JOHNSON
126 West St. Annapolis 2345
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
Annapolis, Md. Glen Burnie, Md.
Telephone 2337 Telephone 100
Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Compliments
Esso Burners and Fuel Oil
Frigidaire and Maytag Appliances of
AN N APOLIS UTILITIES,
J. D. HEDIN
89 West Street Phone 9244
P. O. Box 428
HARE BROS., INC.
Automotive and Marine Parts
Foot of Main Street
WH. 0554 OL. 1291-2-3
Mt. Rainier, Maryland
DE. 0075 UN. 0220
TE. 1110 TE. 1111
All types - Shingles - Composite
Built-up - Metal - Slate
Guttering -- Spouting - Skylights
Sheet Metal Work - Ducts
Conditioning - Furnaces
C. A. L. WILSON
Night - Sun - Holidays 4061
31 Francis Street
Congratulations to the
Class of 1950
120 West Street Phone 2688
THOMAS G. BASIL
Real Estate and Insurance
Severna Park, Md.
Telephone Sev. Pk. 382 and 364
ARUN DEL LAUNDRY
Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Storage
Scientific Rug Cleaning
Spa Road and West Strect
225 Hanover Street
Congratulations and Good Wishes
Annapolis High Graduating Class
Banking in all its branches
Your account is invited
MAURICE E. MEADE
Contractor and Builder
Residence Post Oflice Box
432 State St. Annapolis 206
Eastport, Md. Annapolis, Md.
Life Time Homes
Are built by Meade
L I, L W ,,,,.,-.,.D
ETSU ' ' ' The
.ff A Laws as--+ A-Ya ANNAPOLIS
6 N. Taylor Avenue
Plumbing - Heating - Oil Burners COMPANY
Hot Water Heaters - Pumps
Prompt, Dependable Service
Checking Accounts Savings Accounts
Member Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
BEST WISHES TO GRADUATES
COUNTY TRUST COMPANY
CAPITAL CITY FLORIST
Corsages - Cut Flowers - Potted Plants
Flowers of all kinds
for every occasion
Telegraph Delivery Service
AIIUHPOHS Ma"Yland Greenhouses-Tyler Ave., Eastport
R. M. EGGLESTON COMPANY
Watches and jewelry C0mPllmem5
141 Main St.-Phone 2970-Annapolis
Official Naval Academy jewelers
1951 High School Rings
G. C. MURPHY COMPANY
100 Main Street, Annapolis, Md.
NAT GATES JR. 8: SON
Sales and Service
Propellor and Bronze Distributors
Annapolis Agents for-
Stieff -- Gorham -- Towle
Lunt - International - Heirloom
44 State Circle, Annapolis, Md.
Colonial Avenue at West St.
Stevcn's Food Market
Bay Ridge Ave. and Adams St.
Stop and see Uncle Lu
HARRY'S MOTOR SALES
Sales - Studebaker - Service
90 Compromise Street
Annapolis, Md. Tel. 9231
THE HODGES AGENCY
49 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, Md.
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1951
Official A. H. S. jewelry
COLONIAL JEWELRY CO.
47 Maryland Avenue
Class of '51
L I P M A N ' S
172-174 Main Street
heavenly banana splits
hamburgers with personality Compliments
come to the of
GEORGE MEYERSON, Inc.
1830 - 14th Sr. N. W.
Washington 9, D. C.
ARNOLD ESSO SERVICE
AND MUSIC STORE
161-163 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
"Growing Thru Service"
Hammond Solovox Kings-Olds Band
Magnavox Spartan Instruments
Television and Radios
Records All Latest Releases
When you think of Music,
think. of Keeney's
C om p lim en ts
Most Delicious Hamburgers
Bob Busch, Proprietor
J. R. McCRONE, JR.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
When you think of sporting goods . . .
THE EDDIE LEONARD
SPORTING GOODS CO.
The Sportsmen's Center of Annapolis
Outfitters to the Annapolis High School
169 Conduit Street at Main-Anna. 6800
Gifts - Cards - Engraving
MONTAGUE - KYLE,
"Next to Gas and Electric
207 Main Street Phone 6157
Buy Your Graduation Gifts
Sadler's Sea Food
Sadler's Marine Railway
310 Third St.
Compliments of Compliments
THE HOFFMAN of
SCHOOL OF DANCE
4112 Arkansas Avenue, Washington, D.C. TOMMY,? GARAGE
Wash. Taylor 2841 Annapolis 2742 3 mlle oak
t0 1. BROOKS MELLOR
The Class of 1951 Henry M. Bachman
H. Dodge Home Insurance Company
Severna Park Maryland
Compliments Dans URW In
FAMILY SHOE STORE CIEINOI.I.IClNO,D'lIIV SHIV
M. SCHENKER, Manager numqp mol ,Km-Z aw 0, S! Mn
118-120 Main St. Annapolis, Md. vyvw not Sugqivuwf fy uognvnpg,,
STRANGE and WHITE, INC. Compliments
155-157 Main St. Annapolis, Md. of
The Store of Branded Merchandise
Stetson Hats-Kingsridge Suits HACKS
Arrow Shirts-Bostonian Shoes 134 rviain Street
Compliments Eyes Examined Daily 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Of THE COLUMBIA JEWELRY CO.
jewelers - Watches - Diamonds-Opticians
LA 138 Main Street
JESS RADIO AND ELECTRIC
Francis Street at Main
Annapolis - Maryland
Home of Advertised Brands
129-131 Main St. Dial 3372
HOPKINS FURNITURE CO.
Home of Better Furniture
123-127 Main St., Annapolis, Md.
Home Cooked Meals
From 6 A.M.--12 Midnight
Quick Service-Reasonable Prices
NEW GRILL RESTAURANT
105 Main Street-Annapolis 9642
W. H. THOMAS AND CO.
Complete Outfitters for Men
141-143 Main Street, Annapolis, Md.
Telephone: Annapolis 2221
162 Main Street
Ladies and Misses Specialty Shop
McCREADY AND COMPANY
112-114 Main Street
Annapolis - Maryland
RUTH SPECIALTY SHOP
Ruth K. Rosenbloom
161-A Main Street Annapolis, Md.
Shop with Confidence
GREEN'S "REXALL" PHARMACY
170 Main Street-Phone 4311
Our First Prescription Oct. 7th, 1892
164-166 Main Street
Dial 4211 Artists' Supplies
R. E. STRANGE and SONS
Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes
Women's and juniors Apparel Shop
Francis at Main Street
159 Main Street Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Maryland Phone 3565
B. L. HOPPING and SON Compliments
170-172 West Street vt
ANNAPOLIS NASH COMPANY
E. CHURCHILL MURRAY
H. G. TRUEMAN
Distributor Cal-Co Bottled Gas
Major Gas and Electrical Appliances
185 West St., Annapolis, Md.
Phone: Annapolis 3610
CAPITOL AUTO SALES, INC.
176 West Street
De Soto Plymouth
"The House Built on the Square"
GELI-IAUS MOTOR PARTS
I O H N N I E ' S
ESSO SERVICE STATION
Lafayette Ave. and West St.
63 Wcst Street Phone 9827
POOLE AND KENT CO.
Baltimore HO. 5505
G. T. SHERWOOD 86 CO.
257-9-11 Evergreen Ave.
Telephone 2292 Storage
We Call For And Deliver
Annapolis' Oldest Cleaners
Dry Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing
1801 West Street 201 Main Street
404 - 4th St., Eastport
KRAUSE FURNITURE COMPANY
"The House of Select Furniture"
1800 Block West St. Ext'd.
ARUNDEL APPLIANCE SALES CO.
Westinghouse Quality and
145 West Street-Telephone 9265
LESTER B. BOWEN
Compliments ANNAPOLIS FURNITURE CO.
of 112 West St. Annapolis, Md.
E- I' KRAMER Television - Appliances
OSCAR SHACKS CO. Compliments
37 West St., Annapolis, Md.
Sole Agent for Mojud Hosiery and Lingerie
Of The Store for Children
CAPITAL SHOE STORE Church Circle
35 West St. Annapolis, Md. Dial 6382
Phone 2655 45-49 West St.
81882 1714 West St.
THE HENRY B. MYERS CO.
Farm and Home Supplies
MILLER'S DEPT. STORE
44 West Street Annapolis, Md.
Phone 5 1 12
Phone 9222 Snyder Brothers
Hardware, Paints and Plumbing Supplies
ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Direct Factory Distributors for
B. F. Goodrich Co., Tires and Rubber Prod.
25-27 West Street Annapolis, Md.
POLAN'S 5c - 51.00 STORE
39 West Street
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
The Store for the Lad Sc his Dad since 1908
46-48-50 West St. Phone 3600
Congratulations to the
Class of 1951
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. LINCQLN MERCURY
- Bert Spriggs Motor Sales, Inc.
8 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland 26 West Street Phone 9234
Compliments of Housewares - Gifts - Appliances
THE HOME APPLIANCE CO.
Makers of Happy Homes
51 Wcst Street Telephone 6488
Telephone West River 8-F-4
FRANK S. DUCKETT
ANNAPOLIS ARMY AND NAVY
Electrical Contractor 145lgiE5'g2eet
Davidsfmville Mafldand Phone 2660 Annapolis, Md.
Pumps Oil and Gas Burners WILL CORBIN
Repaired 8: Installed Repaired 84 Installed
BOB'S PLUMBING AND HEATING
Robert L. Trott
Revell Station, Old Annapolis Blvd.
Telephone: Anna. 82101 Arnold P. O., Md.
FRED E. VOGES
L. P. MUSTERMAN
Real Estate and Insurance UHAT SHOP.,
221 Main Street-Hotel Maryland Building . I
Phone: Annapolis 4477 Annapolis, Md. 197 Main Street Am13P0h5a Md-
SAMUEL S. STOKES
IOSEPH D. LAZENBY
Insurance and Real Estate
214 Main St.-Tel. 2684-Annapolis, Md.
"In Annapolis since 1880"
"THE ANITA SHOPPE"
181 Main Street
You will enjoy Shopping at
Shop of Quality
186 Main Street
"Always Something New"
BERNARD J. WIEGARD
Real Estate and Insurance
Tclcplione 81 1 1 1
Hotel Maryland Bldg., Annapolis, Md. 232 Main Street Ann3P0li5v Md-
216 Main Street Phone 9000 THE PARSONS CQMPANY
KARLTON'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Flower and Gift Shop
220-222 Main Street
"The Unusual Always Pleases" Phone 4566 Annapolis, Md.
Dial 2241 Diamonds Remounted dui-'Sian-Tm-6 I -
' STEARN'S . Q 5 s I
Diamonds -- Watches - jewelry I 1 p 1 A f
Watch Repairing 1 ... R t ee -
180 Main Street Ananpolis, Md. ' 176 Main SE-M--A-.-TM--mid-AAI1na oilis, Md
Naval and Civilian Tailors
44 Maryland Avenue
SZ? 746 7444604 3512
53 Maryland Avenue
G. and GRILL
Congratulations ana Best Wishes
we gdlllel' t
90 Maryland Ave.
fCorner State Circle and Md. Ave.J
Your leading florist
Phone 7510 g I
THE POWDER PUFF
38 Maryland Avc. Annapolis, Md.
' uv not
211 King George St.
BLUE LANTERN INN
"Dinner by Candlelight"
Lunch Bar Dinner
WEEMS SYSTEM OF NAVIGATION
227 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Md.
Aviation Ground School
Courses in Marine and Air Navigation
C 8: G.S. Sc H.0. Charts 84 Publications
"Flowers for all Occasions"
THE ACADEMY FLOWER SHOP
Lester B. Wayson, Prop.
139 Prince George St., Annapolis, Md.
Res. Phone 4409 Bus. Phone 3200
jOHNNY'S OPEN KITCHEN
Famous for Hamburgers
and Hot Dogs
281fg West St. Annapolis, Md.
MILLER'S MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Smoked Meats
1100 West Street Annapolis, Md
CLIFF DAWSON'S STORE
Severna Park, Maryland
Phone S.P. 495
SEVERNA PARK BAKERY
Riggs Ave. and Old Annapolis Rd.
Now Baking on Premises
"Home of Advertised Brands"
158 Main St.
THE GOLDEN SLIPPER
Woodland Beach, Md.
CHARLES F. LEE CO., INC.
EVA GUDE BRANDT
Real Estate Sales and Rentals
20 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
S. KOTZIN COMPANY
Fairfax Road and McGuckian St.
Telephones: Anna. 2471 - 2917
1022-24 West St.
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ARUNDEL RUG CLEANERS
Annapolis, Maryland Spa Road West St.
Annapolis I-Iigh's Own
For Good Food and Drink
275 West Street
Chris S. Psemadakis
Dollar for Dollar
You Can't Beat A
252 West Street-Annapolis, Md. Marbert Motors, Inc.
Candy-Cosmetics 261 West Sr. Phone 2335
Phone 3710 We Buy Anything
ANNAPOLIS JUNK and 716 WHITMORE
We Buy A11 Kinds of Junk
CHARLES SCHWARTZBERG PR G Phone 6660
929 West St. Annapolis, Md.
ANNAPOLIS BUICK COMPANY
240 West Street
927 West Street Phone 3871
Phone 2341 Annapolis, Maryland
Compliments of , I '
FIRESTONE HOME and AUTO Venetian Blinds Window Shades
272-274 West Street
W. F. Flood 86 Son, Inc.
CITY AWN ING CO.
1311 West Street
"The Best Grown"
Farm Produce Fresh Daily
Eggs-Fresh Frozen Foods
ROLAND A. BROWN
At the City Mkt. Annapolis, Md.
BASIL'S MEAT MARKET
F. Wilmer Basil, Mgr.
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
JOHN M. DAWES AND SONS
Hardware - Paints - Oils - Varnishes S A D L E R 9 S
Plumbing - Electrical 8a Boat Supplies Hardware Store
Cor. Randall Street and Market Space 122.123 Dock St, Annapolis, Md,
GQTTLIEBS Seafood of All Kinds
DEPARTMENT STORE in Season
lVICIl'S-Ladies-Cl'llldI'CI1'S CHESAPEAKE SEA FOOD
Readynto-Wear Apparel City Dock Annapolis Md
34 Market Space Annapolis, Md. '
- ERMAN O. DILL
KEEFE'S GULF STATION
Severna Park, Md.
Phone S. P. 32
F 100 Compromise St.
me Annapolis, Md.
Phone S.P. 670 Road Service
Betholine Sinclair Service
Sherwood Products-Goodyear Products
Minor and Ma'or Re airs
Ritchie Highway at Old Annapolis Road
Severna Park, Md.
SCIBLE'S ESSO SERVICENTER
J. C. SIMPSON
407 - 4th Street Eastport, Md
The Class of 1951
C A P A S T R A N A
Reliable Recapping Service
Tire Recapping and Vulcanizing
439 Fourth St. Eastport, Md.
The Class of 1951
jOI-IN W. RILEY
130 Severn Avenue Eastport, Md.
GLADDING MOBILE SERVICE
Tel. Severna Park 42
Old Annapolis Boulevard
Severna Park, Maryland
Residential Commercial Industrial
FRANK E. MUELLER
Phone: Annapolis 5293
R.F.D. 1, Annapolis
J. IRVING BIRD
Lubrication-Washing and Polishing
The Class of 1951
Tel: Annapolis 9621 Sixth Street
GARY DANCE STUDIO Compliments
Instructions in Modern Ballroom Dancing of
F T t-Wlt -j'tt b -R b
Ox fo Sanfbj, gajgoug um 1' Joi-IN M. TAYLOR and soN
Private and Class Instruction Phone 2244
3 Church Circle Phone 4253 Annapolis Mafyland
Compliments .l- F- GOMOLIAK
Concrete and Cinder Building Blocks
of Well Rings-Lintels-Sand and Gravel
ARUNDEL BUS COMPANY West St. Ext. Phone 6744
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Class of 1951
Complete Recording Studio - Radios - Records
ALBRIGHT'S SOUND SERVICE
Sound Motion Pictures Rented
Sound Truck For Hire
78 Maryland Ave. Annapolis, Md.
Phone 4781 Night 4423
Congratulations to the Class of 1951 F. P. ASHER, JR. AND SONS, INC.
HAI? tIf'tDMARLING Annapolis, Maryland
IS IIC ana el' -
Jefferson Standard Life Fnsurance Co. Telephone Cinder Block
' 47 Maryland Ave. Annapolis 3356 Concrete Block
THE R. R. SMITH PHARMACY -
C l '
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles Omp imma
108 Main Street of
Annapolis Maryland SIGMA THETA PHI SORORITY
Willard Compliments Tony
Jimmie Bill of Schultz Bob
Danny Rick C-1'll1Ck B02
Tommy Perry U Kenny Mert
Charlie Harvey add 0 l l Kester John
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