Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)

 - Class of 1952

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This is what life aboard Annapolis High Crew ..... . . . . 6 Sports Harbor Officers and Routine ..... p 40 Shore . 5 3 S fy. . M i ,Q :Sew ge. f it' fgkgxpfif wff:wf,g.,,3gw gr 5, f K is f'yfg"'f'2 , X ., 1 :L , , Q 5 E-. v f.A u- Q i f 9 5 if Q E ,Q q A- f K H X , . ,ff 5 4 , , 4 A F.. f X, . ,k . 1 :. "6 2 i 1 2 L -f 1? 11 .XV . fx Js.g.ev mv . , Q K v 5 - K, lfs Q x' W A iff- ..,, -,kim -H. r. af- , -, .9 f 'i S.. sig, 'Q x 1 N X ,Y nf QR ,Q 4, I 2 . x-- Q Lil sg L54 if si 1 , -is , S, gk ,Q Q ' 542 1 L, vf A Qrgf ggk. QQ-fi 1 'if ,ng ,,.. ,gg ,. lg? x ,E ,x 5 -33 QQ? 'AS was K , ' Qzff' W Q .2 Qi.. 'Q Si: .. f. 'Yi S61 .Vi Q, V., ,A ,. xi Q QM EEE New ,?X'C,' WL Q A-Qian , 1 .l,, U Q QT 'iSonna',. college plans . . . H. R. Rep. l, 2, 3: H.R. Alt. 4: Class V. P. 4: Honor Society 3, 4: WAKE: Photog. A Ed. 4: Bus. Staff 4: Traffic Squad 4: Chorus 2, 3: W Operetta 2, 3: Ir. Prom Comm. 3: Varsity: Basket- ball 3. 4: Basketball l, 2: Softball lg Intra. Basketball 3, 4: Club Off. 4. JAMES HALLETT BAKER President Four years as Class presidentl 4'Big Iimlsw beaded for U. of M .... XVAKEI Advertising Ed. 4: Bus. Stall' -1: Assembly Comm. l, 23 Stunt Nite l, 43 Tratlic Squad Off. 4: Soc. Comm. l, 2, 3. 43 Jr. Prom Chairman 3: Soccer Mgr. lg Basketball Mgr. l. 2. 4: Track l. 2, 3: Ath. Rep. 2, 3: Class Pres. l. 2. 4. SONDHA DUVALL Vice-President sports gal deluxe: wants a life of fun: has Fieldball 2. 3. 4: Volleyball 3: J. V.: ' JOYCE ELIZABETH PURDY Secretary-Treasurer allow . . . a real spirited gal: ambition: to be a good secretary . . . Class Sec.-Treas. 4: WAKE Circ. Ed. 4: Traffic Squad 4: H. R. Rep. 4-Q Varsity Basket- ball Mgr. 4. Charles Abbott Betty Abercrombie Shirley Adams CHARLES KIRBY ABBUTT4Vi'ell-dressed "Buzzy,7 is Air Force bound . . . Varsity: Soccer l: Lacrosse l. 2 . . . BETTY JOYCE ABERCROMBIE-Soft spoken "Jo" likes rvadingg ambition: to raise and train horses . . . SHIRLEY ANNE ADAMS- Lover of horses: wants to be riding instructor: going to Hood . . . VVAKE Make-Up Comm. fl-: Jr. Prom Comm. 3 . . . JOHN GUST ALVANUS--"Greek,sl' trying for the Academyg wants to visit Greece someday . . . WYAKI-I Bus. Staff -lg Alt. 4g Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Varsity: Football 3. 41 Track 33 J.V.: Football 39 Basketball 3g lntra. Basketball l . . . BETTY DARLENE AUBILIO-"0akic" will be a secretary for some lucky businessman . . . Vlfxkti: Bus. Staff l: Typ. Comm. "lei Stunt Nite 4g Varsity: Hockey 3. -lt: Softball 3: lntra.: Basketball 3g Mgr. -lg Bef. 3. 4g Club Comm. -l . . . JUNE ANN ARISUN-Horse-loving '4Junie" plans to be a mechanical engineer . . . Varsity: Hockey -lg Volleyball 2 . . . MABl.l'lNli ASHICB- "Mar" will soon enter the business world as a stenograplu-r . . . NVXKE Typ. Comm. fl: Assembly Comm. 3g Traflir' Squad ll: Soc. Comm. 3: lntra. Basketball 3 . . .SHIRLEY ANNE BACHMANN-"Bones" will don a nurses uniform: future U. of lVl. student . . . H.B. Alt. l. 2. 3: WAR!-1 Bus. Staff -l-: Tally-Ho Reporter 2. 3. -'l-: Assembly Comm. l 3 Stunt Nite 3: Traflic Squad 4: Soc. Comm. l. 2. 3. -lg Chorus 2g Uperetta 2: Jr. H Betty Aorllio Prom Comm. 3: Varsity: Basketball 3. Ali Fieldball 3. 4g Jun.. Amon Softball 3: J.V.: Basketball l. 2: Softball l. 2: Mgr. 3. -lt: Bef. 3. -1 . . . RICHARD Al.l,YN BAKER--'cDick'7, future Princeton man and nuclear physicistg later a global tourist . . . Honor Society 3, 4g Trallic Squad 4 . . . ANAll'lABllf BALLMAN-Artistic G'Anna". a dress designer to be. headed for Maryland lnstitute . . . WAKE: Art I-Id. 4: Make-Up Comm. 4g Typ. Comm. 43 Tally-Ho Bus. Staff 4: Trafhc Squad 4g Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Varsity: Fieldball 2. 3. 4g Volleyball 2. 3g Art Serv- ice 2, 3, 4. -41 John Alvan 4 Y X 1 Marlene Asher Shirley Bachmann Dick Baker Anamarie llallman Katherine Bell p p x ,pp ma y pp .1 , 3 A f 7 ' 1 A I ' I Clark Barr .A i f A I S533 H fx ' . 'Eugene Basiliere James Beans ar , , i w W f I I ' s 1 is 1 ! 1 - Ehrl Barber Q . Q S EARL KENDALL BARBER-A man of sports, 4'Kenny", has his trouble with women . . . Varsity: Football 2, 3g Lacrosse 13 J.V. Football 2 . . . CLARK BARR-Quiet, easy going3 Clark's umumw about his ambition . . . Office Helperg Chorus 2g Operetta 13 Intra. Softball 1 . . . EUGENE FREDERICK BASILIERE-Amature mechan- ic3 4'Gene" hopes to start his own grocery business . . . JAMES DALE BEANS-Prospective Middie3 'LBuzz" will quit politics to become a marine officer . . . S. Govt. Pres. 43 Varsity: Football 3, 4g Lacrosse 2, 33 J.V. Football 2g Intra. Basketball 1, 2 . . . KEITH ROGERS BELCH, JR.-Disc jockey- athleteg HCoach,, will someday own a radio station . . . H.R. Alt. 1, 23 Tally-Ho Staff: 1,- 2, 3, 43 Editor 1, 23 Reporter 3, 43 Assembly Comm, 1, 23 Stunt Nite 43 Soc. Comm. 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2g Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman 3g Varsity: Football 1, 3, 43 Basketball 43 Lacrosse 1, 2, 33 J.V. Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . GLETA C. BELL-Gleta wants a future full of fun3 going to Penn Hall . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 43 Stunt Nite 43 Soc. Comm. 2, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Cheer- leader 1, 2 . . . KATHERINE PATRICIA BELL-A future A-1 secretaryg ':Pat', will go to Fleet,s Business College . . . WAKE: Make-up Comm. 4g Bus. Staff 43 Soc. Comm. 1, 23 Costume Comm. l, 2, 3, 4 . . . ARDELL BENTLY-"Ardie", crazy about playing cards3 a successful businessman to be . . . Chorus 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 33 Lacrosse Mgr. 2, 3 . . . MARGARET KATHERINE BEYERLEIN-'4Margie" will become an addition to the army as a W.A.C .... WAKE: Make-up Comm. 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Varsity: Fieldball 2, 3, 4g Softball 2 . . . STANLEY REX BICE- fcStan". a small package with super energy for a future businessman . . . WIAKE Typ. Comm. 43 Soc. Comm. 43 Band 2, 33 Varsity Soccer 4. Keith Beluh Gleta Bell Ardell Bently Margaret Beyerlein Stanley Bice 5 , Q ...X 5' . y . V Samuel Blades Maureen Bland Elizabeth Boettcher SAMUEL HADDAWAY BLADES-Easygoing Hzekev, our future music teacher, after school: U.S.N .... Band lg Off. 2, 3, 4 . . . MAUREEN BLAND-Hopes for matri- monial career after going to Stevens College . . . W7AKE Lit. Staff 45 Soc. Comm. lg Chorus 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman 3 . . . ELIZABETH ANNE BOETTCHER-'gLibby7, desires only to settle down and be a good wife . . . WAKE Bus. 4g Trallic Squad 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Stunt Nite 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3 . . . BENJAMIN BRASHEARS-'4Ben,', a railroad man in our midst, his college: Michigan State . . . VVAKE Bus. Staff 4, Band l, 4, Oli. 2, 3, Track 33 lntra. Basket- ball . . . JOHN BROOKS-'ilohnnyi' will study electronics in the Navy after gradua- tion . . . Assembly Comm. l, 2, 35 Trallic Squad 4, Oliice Helper, Chorus 2, 33 Operetta 2, 3 . . . NORMAN E. BROWN-eNorman, quiet type, mechanical minded, main objective: graduation . . . NEWTON BUERGER-Happy-go-lucky "Chip7'g a future Naval Ollicer . . . Tally-Ho 2g Soc. Comm. lg Caf. Helper, Track lg Lacrosse l . . . HELEN CAMPBELL-Good things come in small packages, 6'Tater" aims for a stenographic position . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 4, Art. Comm. 4, Soc. Comm. 3, 4, Art Service 4 . . . WILLIAM CARTER-Partial to girls, allergic to homeworkg "Bill" just wants to finish school . . . Chorus 2, 3, Operetta Norman Brown 3 . . . ALMA CASEY-Alma heads for a typing posi- tion . . . WAKE Bus. Stall' 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Soc. Comm. John Brooks 2, 43 Chorus 2, Operetta 2. Newton Buerger Helen Campbell William Carter Alma Casey Benjamin Brashears ,af l ,fs g G, p s yy i E3 5 X 'ff fdlllll i , 1 2 . , . X A A 3 Conchita Davis Norval Cooper Ralph Crosby Dorothea Daniels NORVAL E. COOPER-Never worry, never hurryg NFlute" is Navy bound after graduation . . . Varsity: Soccer 3. 4 . . . RALPH VVOLE CROSBYH-A four year stickman. HWolf" is a future Midshipman in the U.S.N.A .... WAKE: Make-up Comm. 43 Photog. Comm. 43 Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 43 Assembly Comm. 2g Band 2, 3g Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Lacrosse l, 2. 33 ,l.V. Basketball 2. 3g lntra. Basket- ball l . . . DOROTHEA DANIELS-Efhcient and accurate, uDot,, will malceian excellent secretary . . . WAKE: Bus. Staff 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Circu. Staff 43 Soc. Comm. 2, 43 Chorus 23 Operetta 2 . . . CONCHITA YVONNE DAVIS-Sports enthusiast3 L'Connie,l wants to be a secretary and get married . . . H.R. Rep. 4g WAKE Typ. Comm. 43 Varsity: Basketball 33 Fieldball 3g Softball 33 J.V.: Basket- ball l. 23 Softball 2g lntra.: Softball l3 Fieldball 23 Ref. 3. 4 . . . MARJORIE FRANCES DAVIS-"Marge',, quiet and unperturbable will be a secretary deluxe . . . Wi.-XKEZ Bus. Staff 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Soc. Comm. 4 . . . EDITH LOUISE DAWSON-"Louie,', cafeteria helper, will make a good housewife . . . Caf. Helper 1, 2g Chorus 2, 33 Operetta 2, 3 . . . CATHERINE DELADRIER-Hard working and versatile uKitty" will teach ballet . . . WAKE Typ. Comm. 2g Stunt Nite 43 Soc. Comm. 2, 3. 43 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 ,l.V. Basketball 2 . . . DIANE DICKSON-Popular 'lDee,' hopes to be a social worker someday . . . H.R. Rep. 43 WAKE Make-up Ed. 43 Traiiic Squad 4g Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Varsity: Softball 33 Basketball 43 lntra. Basketball 3, 4 . . . ELEANOR M. DORAN-"Buttercup" with the flaming hair, hopes to be a beautician . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 43 Stunt Nite 43 Chorus 2. 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3g Varsity Softball 2. 33 Cheerleader l, 2, 3 .... A NN TERHUNE DOYLE-MSuie7, desires to be a Navy wife3 Anchors Away! . . . Chorus 2, 33 Operetta 2, 3: Varsity Hockey 4. Marjorie Davis Edith Dawson Catherine Deladrier Diane Dickson Eleanor Doran Ann Doyle 4. Charlotte Dull David Duncan Anne Duvall .Iacquelin Dyment it ll . l 'l, Q fs.. CHARLOTTE ANN DULL-Domestically inclined Char- lotte is a happy housewife to be . . . WYAKEI Lit. Stall 4g Bus. Staff 4g Costume Comm. 4 . . . DAVID DUNCAN! "Dunk", a gentleman cattleman and farmerg will study agriculture at U. of M .... ANNE DUVALL-HDuvie', aspires to be a writer and Secret Service worker . . . Art Service 4 . . . IACQUELINE DYMENT-.lovial 'flackiewz a secretary career after attending Strayers College . . . WTAKE Bus. Stall' -'I-3 Stunt Nite 4: Cheer- leader 2. 3, 4 . . . HELEN CATHERINE EC-AN'-'MBQ-tty". tops in sportsg ambition? Phys. Ed. teacher. of coursel . . . WIAKI-I Bus. Staff 43 Stunt Nite lil Varsity: Basketball fig Hockey 2. 3. 43 ,I.V.: Basketball lg Softball I. 2: Intra.: Basketball 3: Fieldball I: Bad- minton I. 3g Ref. 3. '14 . . . GEORGE MALCOHM ELLIOTT. IR.- Mischievous "Mack" will S'Sound-oil' in Uncle Sam's army after graduation . . . CHRISTIAN ENGLEMANA-"Ilhris". pianist extraordi- naryg to study at Johns Hopkins University and Pealmody . . . WAKE: Helen Egan George Elliott Lit. Stall' 43 Bus. Stall 2g Stunt Nite 2. 3. -I: Soc. Comm. 33 Band 3g Operetta 3g Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Make-up Comm. 2 . . . GEORGE EVANS4g'Iack', heads for U. of IVI. to become a businessman . . . Varsity: Soccer 4113 Baseball 3 . . . JULIETTE ANN FISHER-"Annie-Poow. personality gal with golden locksg sweet homemaker to be . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 43 Stunt Nite 4: lr. l'rom Comm. 3g Varsity Volleyball 23 J.V. Basketball I. 2g Intra.: Basketball 3, 'lg Badminton l. 24 Ath. Rep. lg Cheer- leader I. 2, 3 . . . MARY H. l"ORBES4Mary. darlin' dispositiong desires to bc a super secretary . . . Soc. Comm. 4. George Evans Ann Fisher Mary Forbes ""'lu. 'ans Christian Engle-man tilt. ' K V ,ffl 2 3 sf 'E N , . . i Thomas Hall 'N 'X .1 Pl lla 44' 5 ' Al' 1 rlf,,:wv QM M ' J 'Zim jfljypayegr. A-1515, .uf Eleanor Ford Donald Calloway Helen Gardiner Diane Gillum ELEANOR MARIE FORD-"Ellie,,, a whiz at the type- writer, will make a wonderful secretary . . . Tally-Ho Typist 49 Traffic Squad 4 . . . DONALD GALLOWAY- uDuck,', is our only contribution to the ministry . . . HELEN GARDINER-After graduation '4Blondie" is off to modeling school in New York . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 4 . . . DIANE LAMAR GILLUM-'4Dennie", tall and terriiicg adores Chryslersg wants to model suits . . . WAKE: Lit. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 4, Asst. Librarian 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, Club Alt. 4 . . . DONALD GRUNTOWICZ-"Grunt", will be A.H.S.,s contribution to the Leathernecks . . . Traffic Squad 4 . . . GARDINER AMOS HALL4College bound, HButch,' hopes to become a Business Administration Authority . . . Band 1, 3, 43 Off. 3, Operetta 3g Soc. Comm. 1, 2 . . . THOMAS WARD HALL-Attend college or join the ranks? '4Tommy" isn't sure . . . JANET HALSTED- The drive behind our yearbook, Lflanw will make a perfect teacher . . . Honor Society 3, 4, WAKE: Editor-in-Chief 4, Lit. Staff 3g Tally-Ho: Staff 3, 4, Reporter 2, 3, 43 Stunt Nite 3, 4, Traffic Squad 43 Intra. Basketball lg Club OH. 43 Soc. Comm. 4 . . . ELEANOR CORNER HARBAUCH-A bundle of fun: MPeanut's,, ambition is to be a secretary, then housewife . . . WAKE Bus. 4 . . . GAIL ROWE HARBOLD-Gail wants to be a successg will go to Washington College . . . WAKE: Bus. Staff 4, Make-up Comm. 4, P.T.A. Rep. 4, Traflic Squad 43 Soc. Comm. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Varsity Hockey 3, 4, lntra.: Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Mgr. 3, 4, Ref. 3, 4, Make-up Comm. 2, 3, 45 Costume Comm. 2. Donald Cruntowicz Gardiner Hall .lanet Halsted Eleanor Harhaugh Gail Harbold nf' Betty Harder Agnes Hardesty Alan Harvey ...N fs G'- BETTY JEAN HABDEB-Just mention Texas and "ll.J." starts talking. A future kindergarten teacher . . . WAKE: Staff sl: Bus. l-: Stunt Nite 3, tl-: Soc. Comm. ll: Chorus 2. 3. 4: Uperetta 2. 3: jr. Prom Comm. Ii: J.V. Basketball Mgr. l: Nlajoretle lg Cheerleader 2. 3. 4 . . . AGNES HABlJlfSTYU4Soft spoken Agnes. quiet and thoughtful: will make a hne secretary . . . Cal. Helper l. 2, 3. lt . . . GlQOBCl'f ALAN HARVEY-L'Peck's" going to North Carolina U.: then become a millionaire . . . Varsity: Lacrosse 3: Basketball fl: Track Mgr. l: J.V. Basketball l. 3: lntra. Basket- ball l, 3 . . . FREDERICK Vi'lI.l.lAM l'lAVi'OBTl'l- lleun State will beckon to lanky Bill next September . . . WAKE: Make-up Comm. lt: Bus. l: lntra. Basketball 2 . . . TAMARA HAWRYSCH-"Tamale,,. crazy about A.lrl.S. and hillbilly music . . . ELIZABETH HAYS-Q'Bet" has the wandering bug: ambition is to travel . . . WYAKE Bus. Staff -11 . . . CHARLES TYl.l'iB Hl'llSl'1ff- 'LCharlie" hopes to become a Midshipman. then Naval Aviation . . . WIAKE Make-up Comm. 4: Varsity: Football JI: Lacrosse 3: J.V. Basket- ball 2: H.ll. Bep. l . . . EDWARD HENDBICKS--"SonI1yu. a sports enthusiast with no special plans for the future . . . Tralhc Squad Oil. -l-: Varsity: Football 3. 4: Baseball 2. 3: Basketball 3, -l: J.V. Basketball 2: Intra. Basketball l . . .JOHN HENNICISEBCICBA--"lil Juan" has his eyes on an engineering career . . . WVXKI-I Lit. Staff 3, 4: 'llally-Ho: Reporter 2: Ed. 3. Alt: Chorus 2, 3: Operetta 2. 3: Varsity: Baseball 3: J. Y.: lfoot- ball l: Basketball 3: lutra. Basketball l . . . lil-I'l"l'Y HEBZUC-Typing and shorthand whiz: will bc a handy secretary . . . H.B. Bep. 2: H.B. All. l: l'.'l'.A. Bep. l: Honor Society 3, 1: Ulhce Helper fl. Charles Heise Edward Hendricks John Henncberger Betty Herzog 4 ,1 if X X A is Tamara Hawrysch Betty Hays A dv' f", William Haworth it Elizabeth Hopkins Beverly Hoyt Kenneth Hughes "G" X 1-ff Q is mi ! .343 eil: Dennis Hollidayoke Meta Holmes Nancy Hood DENNIS HOLLIDAYOKE-uHunk,', A.H.S. top miler: hopes to enter Naval Acad- emy: hunting enthusiast . . . Stunt Nite 43 Traffic Squad 43 Varsity Track 1, 2, 3 . . . META HOLMES-A little gal that gets big things done, thatis our "Mimi" . . . WVAKE Bus. Staff 43 Assembly Comm. 1. 23 Trafiic Squad 43 Soc. Comm. 1, 23 Off. 43 Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman 3g Art Service 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . NANCY HOOD-Cheerful gal, "Nan" plans to be a happy housewife . . . Soc. Comm. 4 . . . ELIZABETH HOPKINS- Our busy office helper, uHop" plans to be a secretary . . . WYAKE Typ. Comm. 4g Off. Helper 4 . . . BEVERLY RUTH HOYT-HBev"fwill be an asset to GOllCllE'I'Q then Europe bound . . . Honor Society 3, 43 Chorus 43 Operetta Make-up Comm. 2g Stunt Nite 3, 4 . . . KENNETH WAYNE HUGHES--"Boom Boom". a gridiron stalwart: will make his money in animal husbandry . . . WTAKE Pbotog. Comm. 43 Stunt Nite 4: Trafiic Squad Off. 4: Varsity: Football 2, 3. 4: Lacrosse 2 . . . RICHARD ISOBAKER-"Spider", a whiz around the shop: ambition: to graduate . . . Wi.-XKE Bus. Staff 4 . . . DONETTA JACKSON-'lSkippy", Miss All-Around Sports, heads for a secretarial position . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 43 Chorus 23 Operetta 2: Varsity: Basketball 43 Fieldball 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 33 J.V. Basket- ball 2g lntra.: Basketball l, 2. 3. 43 Ath. Rep. 4: H.R. Alt. 3 . . . GEORGE IAYNES--Nwhiteyii. to take up geological engineering at the U. of M. . If Varsity Soccer 4 . . . JOHN R. JENNINGS-ulVlule,', sports- minded all around: a rare sense of humor . . . Varsity: Football 1, 2. 43 Basketball 3, 43 Baseball l. 2. 3: ,l.V. Basketball 1. 2: lntra. Ref. 3. Q' ' fi .1 ..- i: wi, if Richard Isobaker Donetta Jackson George ,Iaynes John Jennings Donald Jones A . 1 . .. W . . Jeanette Jones -' L A li Ruth .lones p t A P . ,- JH' Barbara Johnson XE 4 I ,si ssl llAllllAliA JUHNSON--"l3arb". future candidate for the W.A.l".: motto: to keep 'em llying . . . WVAKE Bus. Staff 4: Varsity Softball 2. 3. 4g J.V. Softball l . . . DONALD li. JONES---"llt1ck". another sports starg favorite pastime--playing pool . . . H.ll. Alt. Zig Varsity: Football 3. tl: llasketball 2. 3. -lt: Baseball 3g ,l.V. Basketball l . . . Jl'lANliT'I'lC JUNESf,leanette. another career woman of the secretarial field: also matrimonial-minded . . . WAKE: , Allce Jordan Stall' -lt: llus. Stall -lg Soc. Comm. 3 . . . RUTH James Judd JONES--"lltttltie" will employ her typing and shorthand to gain suc J eess . . . WQAKE Typ. Comm. -lg lr. lrom Comm. Jig Soc. Comm. 3 . . . Al.lClQ JORDAN-F-"Al". pet yearning: to be the stylish model for fashion magazines . . . WAKE: Make-up Comm. 3, 43 Lit. Stall 4g Photog. al: Soo. Comm. Ii. Al-1 Chorus 2. 3. -lg Operetta 2. ill Varsity: Basketball Al: Softball 3: Costume Comm. 3. el . . . JAMES ll. JUDD. Ill.-"Jim,'. a seholarly chap: a future U. of M. law student . . . S. Govt. VP. 4g Honor Society 3. -lv: XVAKI-IZ Staff -lg llus. Staff 4: Tally-Ho Re- porter al: Stunt Nite sl: Tralhe Squad all . . . ARNOLD KAHN-c'Ally" seeks a career in commercial art . . . ADHIENNE KATSEF-'lAdie", super stcnographcr. aims to click those typextriter keys to fame . . . Honor Society 3. 45 VVAKE: Lit. Staff 3g llus. Staff l: Typ. Comm. l: Assembly Comm. 2. 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Make-up Comm. 2 . . . Cl.AUlJlC'l"l'lC KAUTZ-Claudette. to don a nursels cap: those lucky patients! . . . Hep. l. 3, -lt: Wm!-3 Patron Ed. ,lg Tralhc Squad 4g Chorus 2, 3g Uperetta 2. Il: ,lr. llrom Comm. Zig Varsity Mgr. 3 . . . WILLIAM RICHARD KEN- Nlflil.Y--fullig Bill". standout on the football teamg headed for U. of M. . . . ll.ll. Alt. l: Waxlitl Make-up Comm. -1-: Trallic Squad Off. -lg Chorus 2. 3g Uperetta 2. 3: ,lr. llrom Comm. fig Varsity: Football l. 2, 3, 43'rosse 3g Basketball Mgr. . - . - 4 I. Z. 3. tl: llaseball Mgr. l. Z: lntra. llasketball l. 2. Adrienne Katsef Claudette Kautz William Kennerly X2 -Q Q ' L y -' Arnold Kahn f We , I . Q. ' 1 V uf' Anne Kohler fwf- .1 a w f 4 - 'fa Rv! .1'a"e7'j- , ,ff-... MQ w. as -'12 William Kerchner Johanna Kerr Lorraine King Warren Klawans 7 1 ' WILLIAM FERDINAND KEHCHNER-4'Dimples". with , " " a happy-go-lucky disposition3 headed for the U.S.N. . . . I ' Q WAKE Make-up Comm. 43 Stunt Nite 43 Chorus 2. 3. 43 2. 33 Basketball Mgr. I. 2. 33 IV. Football 2. 33 Track I. 23 Intra. Basketball l. 23 Soc. Comm. 4 . . . JOHANNA KERR-Mio". a future lady pilot3 her college, Dennison .4 'Qin- 3 I Operetta 2. Varsity: Football I. 2. 43 Lacrosse ,. 5 if .ref . ei, 3 sly' in Ohio . . . WAKE: Assoc. Ed. 43 Make-up Comm. 4: Lit. Staff 43 Tally-I-Io Reporter 2. 3. 4g Assembly Comm. I3 Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Make-up Comm. 3 . . . ALICE LORRAINE KING- "Take a letter. Miss King."-nDoy's,, business training brings results! . . . Traliic Squad 4 . . . WARREN KLAWANS-'4Hot Rodn. mania for speed boats3 desires to win New York-Albany Marathon Race . . . WAKE Photog. Comm. I. 2. 3. 43 Tally-I-lo: Photographer I. 2. 33 Photog. Ed. 43 Varsity Lacrosse 23 J.V. Soccer 2 . . . FRANCES LOUISE KLIIVIES-Lively 'LFran" plans to be a private secretary . . . VVAKE: Bus. Stall 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Soc. Comm. I3 J.V. Basket- ball 1 . . . CYNTHIA KNIGHT-Helpful "Cynt,' plans to be a private secre- tary . . . H.R. Alt. 4g P.T.A. Rep. 43 WAKE: Make-up Comm. 43 Lit. Staff 3g Typ. Comm. 43 Traliic Squad 43 Ir. Prom Comm. 3 . . . ANNE ELIZABETH KOHLER-Energetic and friendly, "Rooney" will attend Bard Avon Col- lege . . . WIAKE: Make-up Comm. 43 Bus. Staff 4g Stunt Nite 3g Soc. Comm. 2, 3g Jr. Prom Comm. 3 . . . NANCY LEE KRAFT-Friendly and quiet3 Nancy's plans include the U. of M .... W'AKE Make-up Comm. 43 Varsity Hockey 4 . . . RUTH LANK-Vivacious Ruth. a future model. will attend Goucher College . . . Frances Klimes Cynthia Knight WYAKI-I lVlake-up Comm. 43 Varsity Hockey 4 . . . DONNA EILEEN LAPE-'4Dough- nut" with the sweet smileg hopes to be a private secretary . . . H.R. Rep. I, 33 H.R. Alt. 23 School Treas. 2. 33 WT.-XKE! Bus. Stall 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Traliic Squad Off. 43 Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman 3g Varsity: Hockey Mgr. 3g Basketball Mgr. 3, 4. Nancy Kraft Ruth Lank Donna Lape 5 Katherine Leanos Robert Lee Hudnall Lewis KATHERINE LEANOS-Full of pep3 '4Kathy" plans to tour the world . . . H.R. Rep. 2: I'I.R. Alt. I: Class V.P. 23 WAKE: Typ. Comm. 43 Bus. Staff 43 Soc. Comm. 1, 23 Chorus 2, 33 Operetta 2. 33 Intra.: Basketball 43 Badminton 3 . . . ROBERT E. LEE- i'Bob". the hard-running halfback with the historical name3 another traveler . . . Tralhc Squad 43 Soc. Comm. 33 Varsity: Football 3, 43 Lacrosse 3g IV.: Football 2: Basketball 2: Intra.: Softball 13 Basketball I . . . HUDNALL J. LEWIS-A quiet reserved guy3 Hudnall's a future Naval Officer . . . Honor Society 3, 43 Tralhc Squad 43 WAKE Pliotog. Comm. 4 . . . MARCUERITE JO ANN LEWIS- Friendly L'Margie" hopes to make a career with math . . . WAKE: Make-up Comm. 43 Bus. Stall' 43 Traliic Squad 43 Soc. Comm. 4g Chorus 23 Operetta 23 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Intra.: Basketball l3 Badminton I3 Hockey I3 Costume Comm. 4 -... SARAH LEE LEWISkSarah Lee will do A.H.S. credit at Coucher next year . . . WIAKEZ Lit. Staff 43 Bus. Staff 43 Tally-Ho: Staff 2. 3. 43 Reporter 2, 3, 43 Asst. Ed. 3g Assoc. Ed. 4g Assembly Comm. 33 Stunt Nite 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Intra.: Basket- ball l3 Badminton l . . . RAYMOND VERNON LOVE-w'LRay", with an air of mystery about lliITl3 future farmer . . . WIAKE Bus. Stall' 4 . . . GREGC MACRUDER4MRalJl1it',. always covering the sports: college plans include University of Missouri . . . WIAKI-I Lit. Staff 3, 43 Tally-Ho: Ed. 2, 3, 43 Staff 2, 3, 43 Trallic Squad OIT. 4-3 Jr. Prom. Comm. 33 Track 33 J.V. Basketball 3 . . . ARNOLII WILLIAM MARTIN. IR.- 6'Bill". future candidate for a branch of Uncle Sam's Sarah Lewis Raymond Love family tree . . . Varsity Football 3. 43 J.V. Football 2 . . . ALFRED MCGUCKIAN-Patriotic HMoose", a future member of the armed forces . . . Varsity Basketball 3g l.V. Basketball 2 . . . DOMINICA ANNE MILETO- Friendly "Mickey" plans to go to Hood3 will major in music . . . I-lonor Society 3. 43 WIAKPIZ Lit. Staff 43 Make- up Conun. 43 Art -I-3 Tally-Ho Reporter 43 Stunt Nite 43 Trallic Squad 43 Chorus 2, 33 Operetta 2. 3g Varsity: Basketball 43 l"ieldball fl. Gregg Magruder William Martin Alfred McCuckian Dominica Mileto . 4- .-.fps ' I -i-.ff V K' if - .s-zz. ' ifriffllftt- T.-fiffifi f I Marguerite Lewis . H . A 3 3 ii A A an-174 . I -l ' A H ii . "ff-im f' be A A L yaea I V-1 eee A Donald Miller Carolyn Miser Celia Holden Rosalie Montalbano 40' DONALD CARL MILLER-Congenial g'Donny" will make his career as an auto mechanic . . . Chorus 2, 35 Operetta 2, 3 . . .CAROLYN LEE MISER-"Carolyn"g flaming hairg hails from San Diegog teaching career after college . . . Soc. Comm. 4 . . . CELIA ANN MOLDEN--'gCel,, plans to be a successful business woman or teacher . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 43 Chorus 35 Operetta 3 . . . ROSALIE MONTALBANO-"Rosie',, would be traveler and successful secretary . . . WVAKE Typ. Comm. 4 . . . ANN MORE- LAND-'4Andy" has her heart set on becoming a secretary . . . WAKE Typ. Comm. 43 Bus. Staff 4g Varsity Softball 33 I.V.: Basketball lg Softball l, 2 . . . STEWART LIONEL MORELAND-Itis NAnchors Away" for U.S.N.-bound 5'Stew" . . . Varsity: Soccer 3. 43 Baseball 35 Intra.: Softball lg Basketball I . . . JEANE MARIE MOORE-"Jeanie,, is aspiring for position as a housewife . . . VVAKE Bus. 4 . . . ROGER WILLIAM MOYER-'6Pip',, All-American, hopes to don the jersey of U. of M. Terps . . . Trafhc Squad Off. 4: Varsity: Football 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4g Lacrosse 2, 3g J.V. Basketball lg Ath. Rep. 4 . . . PATRICIA LEE MULLICAN-'4Pat'7 came to A.H.S. this year from Salisbury. lVIcl.g f t re Florence Night- ingale . . . LOUISE VIRGINIA MURPHY--MMU i is a future secre- Ann Moreland tary and housewife . . . H.R. Re WIAKEZ Bus. Staff Stewart Moreland 45 Typ. Comm. 49 Traffic g Varsity Hockey 3, 43 ,I.V. Basketb ll llxwa. da k' ball 3g Varsity Basket- ball 4. ' Q' aigwfi' ' s Jeane Moore 5' Roger Moyer Patricia Mullican Louise Murphy 'lk James Myers Janice Myers Gertrude Nalley ul' Susan Nicholas JAMES MYERS-Jockey 'gjim-Bo" will ride in the races to gain fame . . . Tralhc Squad fig Varsity Soccer 3, 4 . . . ,IANICE lVIYEHS+,lanice hopes to make business train- ing pay ofi' as a secretary . . . Varsity Hockey 3g Club Hep. 4 . . . GERTRUDE NALLEY-i'Certie',, with the encyclopedic memoryg will be an ollice worker . . . Soc. Comm. 3g Asst. Librarian 2 . . . SUSAN NICHOLAS- Petite "Sue" wants success in the secretarial world . . . VVAKI-1 Typ. -1: Soc. Comm. fl . . . HAZEL LEITCH Hazel 0'Caine John Owens 0'CAlN-Future globe trotterg Hazel also wants to be a secretary . . . WAKE: Make-up Comm. 4: Typ. Comm. 4: Soc. Comm. l, 2g Chorus 2g Operetta 2 . . . JOHN EDWARD OWENS. lll-Leaving after gradua- tion? No. .lack is a future school bus driver . . . WVAKE Bus. Staff 4- . . . LEMON BEALL UWENS-uSonny', will excel in the field of agri- culture . . . JOHN R. POTEE--L'Smiling Jack". a pilot to beg will attend U. of M .... Stunt Nite 4g Varsity: Football 3. 43 Track 3g J.V. Football 3: Nlake-up Comm. 3 . . . MARY ANN PRICE-HA future Lemon Owens dancing instructor: "lVlurnie', is new this year . . . WLAKE Make-up Comm. 4g Soc. Comm. 4 . . . MARJOHIE ANN PUMPHHEY-"Margie", a fun-loving gal whose ambition is to travel . . . WYAKEC Make-up Comm. flag Typ. Comm. 4g Asst. Librarian. l A' .'JHl'k POIPC. Mary Price Marjorie Pumphrey X ii A o' . Barbara Schaeffer una.-fv ,."l" 'ws- uixs KEN 1 ' , Petra Read 3 ' ,. is 3 Jay Reed if I rg Shirley Reppenhagen Agri e . ff -, PETRA READ-"Pete" desires to be a Navy nurse3 to study at U. of Va .... H.R. Alt. 2g WAKE: Make-up Comm. 43 Bus. Staff 43 Tally-Ho Reporter l, 2, 33 Assembly Comm. 13 Trafhc Squad 43 Soc. Comm. li Chorus 43 Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman 33 Varsity Hockey 3, 43 J.V. Basketball l . . . JAY H. REED-Jay will assist his father at Murphy's and attend U. of M .... WAKE Bus. Stall 43 Soc. Comm. 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 3 . . . SHIRLEY MAE REPPENHAGEN-Talkative "Shirl,' plans to become a clerk-typistg then a housewife . . . lntra. Fieldball 2 . . . HAROLD RICHARDSON, JR.-Tall, lanky "Harry" will join one of the armed forces . . . REBECCA SALAZAR-6'Becky" comes to A.H.S. from the Philippinesg will take up medicine . . . ELIZABETH JANE SAUNDERS-HBetty" . . . future teacher of college Frenchg bound for France this October . . . H.R. Rep. 13 Honor Society 3, 43 WAKE: Lit. Stall 3, 43 Bus. Staff 43 Tally-Ho Staff 2, 3, 43 Reporter 2g Asst. Feature and News Ed. 3g Editor-in-Chief 43 Stunt Nite 43 Traffic Squad 43 Chorus 3, 43 Operetta 33 lntra. Basketball 3 . . . BARBARA ANN SCHAEF- FER-"Barbie" . . . a future teacher of tiny totsg to attend Towson . . . Stunt Nite 43 Traffic Squad 43 Chorus 3, 43 Operetta 3 . . . DONALD SCHLUSEMEYER--Boston's loss, our gain3 '4Schluzy's" full of fun3 basketball fiend . . . Varsity: Basketball 4g Baseball 3 . . . JAMES L. SCHOOCRAFT--Our soccer co-captaing "Schoo',, the ladies- man, hails from Severna Park . . . H.R. Rep. 4g WAKE Photog. Comm. 4g Band Rebecca Salazar Elizabeth Saunders 3, 43 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Varsity: Soccer 3, 43 Track 13 Lacrosse 2 . . . HELENE LORRAINE SCIBLE-This blonde lassie heads A.H.S.,s cheerleadersg "Lorrie" is a secretary to be . . . H.R. Alt. 33 WAKE: Bus. Staff 4g Typ, Comm. 43 Assembly Comm. 13 Stunt Nite 4g Traffic Squad 43 Soc. Comm. 43 Chorus 33 Operetta 3g Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4. Donald Schlusemeyer James Schoocraft Lorraine Scible U , Harold Richardson, Jr. ' Helen Sherald William Sherbert William Sheridan HELEN SHERALD-Always smilingg G'Sissie's" ambition is to be a secretary . . . H.R. Alt. 2g WIAKEZ Make-up Comm. 43 Bus. Staff 43 Assembly Comm. 23 Stunt Nite 43 Soc. Comm. 33 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Costume Comm. 3. 4 . . . WILLIAM N. SIIERBERT-Energetic Mliillyi' wants to settle down on his own farm . . . WILLIAM FRANKLIN SHERIDAN-Likable t'Bill", hard-running halfback. loves all sportsg true Woodland Beacher . . . Traffic Squad 43 Varsity Football 3, 43 J.V. Football 2, 3 . . . PATRICIA RUTH SHERWOOD-A young peopleis choir director at presentg "Pat,s" a future missionary . . . WAKE: Lit. Comm. 43 Rus. Staff 43 Tally-Ho: Staff 3, 43 Reporter 2. 3. 4g Band I3 Chorus 3g Operctta 3 . . . JOHN SIMMONS- "Big lawn." football co-captain and leading scorer. also lacrosse star and hunter . . . Varsity: Football I, 2. 43 Lacrosse 2. 3 . . . MARY KAY SINNlNGERkC0llege calls to witty 6'Kay"g future newspaper re- porter or best-seller novelist . I-LR. Alt. 33 Honor Society 3, 43 VIYAKI-I Lit. Ed. 43 Tally-Ho Staff 43 Reporter 2. 43 Trafhc Squad 43 Stunt Nite 3, 43 Chorus gl Uperetta 3 . . . CHARLES W. SMITHfl"ireman "Smitty" aspires to study law or fire control at U. of M .... Traflif: Squad 4: Office Helper 3 . . . KATHLEEN SMITH!--'Roller skating tops "Kathy's" interest list3 her career-the Waves . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 43 Stunt Nite 43 Soc. Comm. 2, 3: Caf. J h S. 0 n lnlfnons Helper 3, 43 Intra. Basketball I3 Costume Comm. 3 . . . JOAN FRANCES SNUGGS-"Joanne", talented artist who plans to enter the nursing profession . . . VVAKI-2 Lit. Mary K. Sinninger Staff 43 Tally-Ho Reporter 2. 3. 43 Trafhc Squad 43 Chorus 4 . . . ALLEN STALLINGS-A loyal and mis- chievous Eastporterg "Pee Wee'si' ambition is to gradu- ate. .. A w- N t if ,ga ?' f-?f.1,.- i ff- if QI' 233 up Charles Smith Kathleen Smith Joan Snuggs Allen Stallings I I .. , p , x I -my R ,i . fi ..., 1 Patricia Sherwood s.. wgglk ,- .X s.. It ,lil ,,, X , I jg XX 'ff Mary Taylor 'ag ... f ll 1 Brooks Stallings Charles Stephens Thomas Steward BROOKS STALLINGS-uBunk", a future electrical engineerg loves swimming and a cheerleaderQ . . Varsity: Football 1, 25 Track 1 . . . CHARLES GARRETT STEPHENS-G'Gary", a former A.H.S. student, returns to us from Baltimore . . . Varsity: Soccer 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 J.V. Basketball 2 . . . THOMAS EDWIN STEWARD-Easy-going L'Stew's,, a three sport star5 loves eating and baseball . . . Varsity: Football 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2, 35 J.V. Basketball 1, 25 Intra.: Softball 15 Basketball 1 . . . MARY ELLEN TAYLOR-Mary Ellen has one ambi- tion, to be a success, maybe in dramatics! . . . WAKE: Bus. Staff 45 Typ. Comm. 45 Tally-Ho Staff 35 Reporter 2, 35 Varsity Hockey 45 Ollice Helper 4 . . . CHRISTINE TOLAN-HChris,' has wanderer's itchy feet for traveling around the world . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 45 Stunt Nite 45 Chorus 35 Operetta 35 Varsity Fieldball 2 . . . EMILY PEABODY TREVETT-Emily, an enthusiastic doll collector at heart5 a future Florence Nightingale . . . Chorus 3, 45 Operetta 3 . . . ALBERT TUCKER-A familiar face around Crabtown5 "Tuck" will go into newspaper work . . . CAROL ANN TURNER-Carol Ann knows the way to a man's heart5 will major in Home Economics . . . I-l.R. Rep. 25 H.R. Alt. 45 Class V.P. 35 Honor Society 45 WAKE: Lit. Staff 3. 45 Bus. Staff 45 Traffic Squad Off. 45 Attendance Asst. 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 35 Jr. Prom Comm. Chairman 35 Intra. Basketball 3, 45 Ath. Rep. 35 Make-up Comm. 3, 45 Soc. Comm. 1. 3 . . . CATHERINE PATRICIA TURNER--Social workerg "Patsy's" ambition is to be- come a Salvation Army Officer . . . VIIAKE Bus. Staff 45 Caf. Helper 25 Band 2, 3, 45 Varsity Softball 2, 35 Intra.: Fieldball 15 Badminton 3 . . . SUZANNE MOSS VVATERIVIAN-MSue's" happy manner will help her in becoming a good nurse . . . WAKE Bus. Staff 45 Trallic Squad 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 35 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Intra. Basketball 3. Christine Tolan Emily Trevett Albert Tucker Carol Turner 5 Catherine Turner V' Suzanne Waterman Clifton Wayson in 'P . 3- . "S 3 Beverly Were a - ' it ar 'ik . Q1 . 'WN Barbara Weiss ,Q , ,H Elizabeth Wilson . " i f ' , io Mary Wilson Fred Witherall CLIFTON B. WAYSON-"Skippy", Tally-Ho writer, will start a journalism career at U. of M .... WAKE: Lit. Staff 43 Bus. Staff 43 Tally-Ho: Staff 3, 43 Reporter 3, 43 Asst. Ed. 43 Stunt Nite 33 Trafhc Squad 43 Soc. Comm. 2, 3g Ir. Prom Comm. 3 . . . BARBARA WEISS-Enthw siastic "Barb,' hopes to enter nursing . . . WAKE! Lit. Staff 43 Bus. Staff 43 Assembly Comm. 2g Stunt Nite 43 Jeanne Wolfe Jr. Prom Comm. 33 .l.V. Basketball l3 Cheerleader l, 2, Margaret Zeilmann 3. 43 lVlake-up Comm. 3, 43 Soc. Comm 2. 4 . . . BEV- ERLY ANN WERZ-HRev'7 wants to 'cwoww the secretarial world . . . WAKE: Bus. Staff 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Sec. 43 Tally-Ho Staff 43 Intra.: Ref. 43 Mgr. 43 Traflic Squad 43 Soc. Comm. 43 Office Helper 3, 43 Varsity: Basketball 3. 43 Fieldball 43 Volleyball 33 lntra.: Basket- ball 43 Volleyball 4 . . . ADA ELIZABETH WILSON-4'Betty,, hopes to succeed in any undertaking . . . WXIAKE! Bus. Staff 43 Assembly Comm. 2. 33 Varsity Softball 33 J. V. Softball 23 Costume Comm. 2, 3, 4 . . . MARY WILSON-Mary. always happy3 aspires to be a secretary . . . WAKE: Bus. Staff 43 Stunt Nite 4g Chorus 33 Operetta 33 Varsity: Basketball 43 Volleyball 2. 33 Intra.: Basketball 3, 43 Volleyball 3. 4 . . . FRED WITHERALL-'LCus" hopes to attend aviation college-become a commercial flyer . . . JEANNE ESTELLE WOLFE-Jeanne heads for a secretarial position with the F.B.l .... Student Govt. Sec. 43 WAKE: Typ. Comm. 43 Bus. Staff 43 Tally-Ho Reporter 2. 3g Assembly Comm. 3. 43 Traflic Squad 43 Varsity: Basketball 2, 3, 43 Softball 3: J.V. Softball 2: lntra. Basketball l. 3. 43 Majorette l, 2, 3, 43 Club wants to do ollice work . . . Student Govt. Treas. 43 WAKE: Bus. Staff 43 Typ. Comm. 43 Trallic Squad 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Varsity: Hockey 3, 43 Softball 3g lntra. Comm. fl- . . . MARGARPITA JULIE ZEll,lVlANN4Energetic and ambitious3 "Judy" .- -- -f1, , Basketball 3. ,Vx P' - - - l ! 4, I Y S q p 5 ,f . ,o , ' ' -gf - II I. H1 7' I J QQZPHIJ. 5 Vice President, Beverly Hcdgvs President, Frank Walsh Serretary-Trerlsurer, Frances W'il1iams 151 11: ll' f A A XA . Wsghg ' 'M 3 xx ' ff" ,f --- -1: W . Q .K H 5 . , RooM 202--ROW 1: VM. R Hornbrook, M. Hornbrook, McCutchan, M. Lipman, H Miller. ROW 2: S. Jones, L MacMurray, S. Mason, A May, C. Munday. ROW 3. A Kinney, V. Litchenburg, M Moreland. ROW 4: Miss Hoke, S. Entwisle, M. Covington, C Bunker. ROW 5: T. Coble, W. Collison, F. Bruce, G. Bjorntwedt. ROW 6: B. Cadell, K. Block, D. Krick, C. Broodus. ROW 7: S Brink, B. Brown. Afrox- .ff A , .X f' 11 f ,. ROOM 201-ROW 1: M. Steffel, J. Mullican, M. Heis- ler, L. Hambruch, E. Grunto- wicz. ROW 2: J. Hatch, B. Hedges, S. Foust, J. Hatch, R. Finkle. ROW 3: C. Good- man, F. Caldwell, W. Brand- enburg, A. Bender. ROW 4: J. Belch, O. Beall, C. Barnes, K. Mosley. ROW 5: J. Basil, G. Alter, R. Beavers, Mrs. Carpenter. ROW 6: C. At- well. ROOM 204-ROW 1: C. Brit- tan, H. Coale, J. Branzell, C Cammarata, A. Caldwell ROW 2: N. Burkard, H. Don- aldson, E. Bowmen, N Brindupke, J. Earle. ROW 3 T. Hawrych, R. Bently, H Ferguson, P. DiMaggio, F Scanlon, S. Bryant. ROW 4 K. Duckett, E. Cadle, S Corkum, M. Bauer, M Bausam. ROW 5: Mrs. Mor ris, I. Asche, M. Corwell, D. Barnes, J. Buechling. ROW 6: E. Coble, P. Bloom. S ROOM 206-ROW 1: E Pennington, D. Polk, L Wood, M. Nunn. ROW 2: S Ohlson, B. Pennington, P Rawlings. ROW 3: J. Phipps D. Purdy, H. Parkinson, A Stallings. ROW 4: A. Gould P. Hoyt, J. Hopkins, A Howard. ROW 5: J. Farrel R. Hopkins, D. Jacobs, B Holt, E. Fowler. ROW 6: Mr Bischoff, Z. Johnson, M French, J. Jones. ROW 7: R Isobaker, P. Henry, P. Guie- mall. v s ROOM 309-ROW ll: S. Wright, E. Suit, B. Ziegler D. Wolstenholme, P. Towson ROW 2: F. Williams, P Vounche, M. Witt, R. Taylor L. Vanderburg. ROW 3: D Spangler, J. Suit, A. Wil- liams, S. Wessels. ROW 4: E. Sweeney, J. Windsor, B. Wes- tervelt, C. Voigt, L. White. ROW 5: K. Tompson, W. Walsh, H. Rowe, Mrs. Alex ander. ROW 6: D. Stokes, L. Sherbert, M. Sears, J Tucker, M. Wilkeson, J Tucker. Row 7: HT Smith, E. Schultz, T. Whiley, F. Sames. ROW 8: C. Schneider, T. Shores, J. Sturgis, B. Saund ers. ROW 9: H. Smith, D. Spicher, J. Suit, D. Thomas, R. Sears. ROOM 208-ROW l: P. Reed, Rawlings, P. Roberts, B. Rogers, Mr. Burton. ROW 2: S. Nash, N. Sears, L. Rob- bins, E. Shovestul. ROW 3: M. Miser, K. Somers, C. Rus- sillo, J. Riddleburger, V. Riley. ROW 4: R. Sherman, B. Schurr, V. Rowe. ROW 5: S. Miller, B. Jordan, W. Purdy, E. Riggins, L. Nor- wood, J. Robinson, G. Mur- chake, R. Rhodes, D. King D. Peret. ROW 6: H. Meck B. Phipps, G. Labovitz. ROW 7: B. Kaufmann, C. Knight, D. Meyer, B. Michaelson ROW 8: C. McKnew, J. Lar- more, M. Jasperson. s fi rw -if M get . ow' , ., ,im W' ,gg Ml I 0 " .I rp'-+ E - .J .nj Sefrfftary -Treasurer Dale- Every l'rHsir1e'l1I Pal Duvall l'z'1'e-l'rvxi4ler1t David Tr:-vitt ROOM 107-ROW 1: S. Han- son, B. Sears, C. Mosley. ROW 2: B. Palmer, M. Petty, B. Pulsifer, A. Nelson. ROW 3: A. Saulit, N. Sabal. ROW 4: B. Norwood, N. Redman. ROW 5: B. Suffield, L. Clark, E. Robinson, S. Monsen. ROW 6: J. Moreland, R. Peddicord, E. Murchake, D. Mumford. ROW 7: D. Mc- New, P. Nicholson, I. Nalley, R. B. Palmer. F3933 1' JW ROOM 209-ROW 1: P. Mar- tin, N. L. McKnew, M. Mel- lichampe, P. Miller. ROW 2 D. McNeil, M. J. Metcalf, M Miller, E. Max. ROW 3: S McNew, J. Love, S. Grum- bine. ROW 4: H. S. Labovitz M. Lamb, B. Krick, T. Mc- Crone. ROW 5: B. Kitte, R Mileto, D. Klimes. ROW 6 R.. Henderson, A. Leitch, V Lee. ROW 7: R. Luttrell, A Jones, G. Kinner. ROW 8: J Hebdon, G. Jamar, R. Jarris ROW 9: W. Reid, Mr. Olson ROW 10: C. Kelly, H. Lerch Not Shown: M. Mason, E Kotzin, A. M. Larrimore, H Millard, R. Page, T. Bureau , if ROOM 207-ROW 1: J. Ward, M. J. Wilsman, N. Wetherhold, C. Wood, Mrs. Shepherd. ROW 2: V. Twitty, C. Webb, L. Wickstrom, M. Townsley. ROW 3: P. Mar- cum, J. Tryon, P, Tucker, D. Woelful, J. Martin. ROW 4: M. Young. ROW 5: B. Wood, C. Wayson, N. Zick. ROW 6. R. Watson, D. Trevett, R Wollman. ROW 7: R. Weston D. Williams. ROW 8: R Woolford, J. Lice, J. Thomas N. Tucker. ROW 9: M. West Not Shown: E. Wolod, J Walder, P. Wilson, R. Sulli- van, E. Davis, C. Walkling. ROOM '301 - ROW 1: S. Bryan, A. Castro, V. Bass, B. r Aisquith, A. Bauer. ROW 2 E. Chaney. ROW 3: M Bramble, M. Barnes, M. Ball man, P. Allen. ROW 4: M Anderson, P. Callahan, A Bigler. ROW 5: L. Berry, G Cook. ROW 6: C. Brashears E. Alter, B. Brady, L. Beall ROW 7: R. Baldree, P. Bell ROW 8: W. Hawes, W Vanous, V. Arrigo. ROW 9 J. Anderson, F. Basil, J Bull, J. Bellam. Not shown R. Brown, R. Baxter, B Bowen, J. Beall. ,- ROOM 304-ROW 1: Miss McGavock, D. King, L. Hunter, J. Herzog, M. E. Hopkins. ROW 2: S. Hagood, B. Herron, A. Hudgins, C. Johnson. ROW 3: H. Griffith, P. Hopkins, C. Hilprecht. ROW 4: S. Hopkins, S. Kirby. ROW 5: R. Harris, I. R. Hin- shaw, M. Hall. ROW 6: E. Hooper, N. Hamilton, S. Hall, L. Hopkins. ROW 7: D. Hallock. ROW 8: A. Hall, V. Hall, M. Harris. ROW 9: K. Egan, J. Guin. ROW 10: E. Etzler, W. Halbig, C. George. ROW 11: G. Nicholson. Not shown: P. Eller, J. Elsts, V. Eucare. N. Grenagle, R. Grollman, H. Hall, S. Kerr, M. Henderson, E. Gerland. haf--f' ' r 21. 'Q ROOM 308-ROW 1: J. Day, M. Cullimore, G. Fisher, D. Every, P. Conner. ROW 2: J. Collison, B. Fillman. ROW 3: M. Christenson, H. Fee, B. Gaug. ROW' 4: G. Gary, T. Feuchtenberger, R. M. Es- linger, A. Coil. ROW 5: M. Gates, P. Duvall, C. Dennis, N. L. Davis. ROW 6: A. Cauffman, P. Eskew, A. Crosby, P. Claypool. ROW 7: Miss Marking, G. Catterton, T. Basil. ROW 8: J. Currier, F. Carlson, G. Carr. ROW 9: G. Creagh, C. Cadell, M. Dobbs. ROW 10: J. Doyle. Not Shown: L. Caromma, T. Clarke, L. Cox, L. Fisher. ROOM 306-Row 1: B. Sterling, T. Thomas, J. Terry, B. Stancil, C. Thomas. ROW 2: A. Stockett, M. Shelton, N. Stevens, A. Suit, S. Stallings. ROW 3: B. Sweeny, G. Taylor, M. Street, K. Simmons, A. Shakelton. Row 4. R. scible, D. Santos, J. Sinclair. ROW 5: D. Mc- Lean, J. Rodrizuez, I. Tal- man. ROW 6: C. Schwartz- berg, D. Sears. ROW 7: F. Rosenbloom, S. Smith, R. Ross, R. Smith. ROW 8: C. Smith, G. Ridgeway, J. Tal- ley. ROW 9: J. Windsor, C. Reese, Mr. Billows. Not Shown: W. Shawen, M. Shawen, P. Sloinolf. I I .-,X 5-Nl t 'R N ws. x ,X wr. ' ca f. Q ' r x.. fi X e F A X r f' S ,X I 1 na A I r 'X H 33 9 r ax UK 74 f r., R 0 ruff' 67 ..aa.i2..a,fff4,.ffwnA,fgf.f -Z I w A - ' r i' '," ,WYQQ 4 an X' QI y M0 0 0 F Secretary-Treasurer Marcia Bird President Robert Callahan Vive-President ,Ioan Como ROOM 106--ROW 1: R. Schmitt, D. Santos, M. Sala- zar, S. Rohn, G. Tamaras. ROW 2: J. Rosenbloom, M. Willis, V. Reed, D. Rembald, P. Redman. ROW 3: L. Rassee, M. Rhodes, C. Wolfe, A. Richards, J. Rawlings, J. Russell. ROW 4: S. Robin- son, H. Schieke, W. Schaf- fer, J. Shepherd. ROW 5: T. Schley, J. Schwallenburg, A. Sherbert, E. Rupert. ROW 6: J. Sharp, A. Sappington, S. Robinson, R. Simmons, M. Simmons. ROW 7: R. Russell, G. Vanous, Mrs. Adams. Not Shown: N. Rowe. gfwl .f 'gl ki .f -wfv-QS? f 2 'CY ROOM 109-ROW 1: E. A. Tucker, P. Taylor, E. Wood, E. Witt. ROW 2: N. Wayson, I. Witt, Mrs. Rodgers. ROW 3: A. Tydings, C. Williamson, J. Terwilliger, S. White. ROW 4: J. Talley, D. Wilson, M. Wilson, C. Thomson. ROW 5: R. Whittington, G. Zindorf, R. Wood. ROW 6: R. Wals- ton, D. Cantler. ROW 7: W. Witt, G. Wilmer, J. Zadera. ROW 8: G. Claude, B. Wilk- erson, G. Wernt.z. ROW 9: H. Wilder, J. Wilder, R. Shewbridge. ROW 10: P. Washington, C. Walters. Not Shown: B. Baker, M. Wells, WV. Wilson, N. Siebert. ROOM 108 - ROW 1: B Shockett, I. Latimore, L Smith, L. Sewell, Mrs. Collin ROW 2: L. M. Sears, A Siemes, M, Simmons. ROW 3 F. M. Springfield, D. Schwal- lenburg, H. Snodgrass, J Starkweather. ROW 4: L Sinclair, F. Shockley, P Sears, P. Shawl. ROW 5: B Smith, J. Thompson, M Skipper, D. Tayman. ROW 6 B. Taylor, C. Stockhausen M. Boyer. ROW 7: J. Taylor V. Wade, F. Stockett, J Stockett. Not Shown: J Thomas. . 'W W ROOM 302-ROW 1: B. Ais- quith, B. Baurlein, N. Bos- sert. ROW' 2: J. Beard, M. Amos, P. Blaher, B. Ashley. ROW 3: Z. Baxter, J. Asher, J. Bausum, Z. Benda, M. Boettcher. ROW 4: J. Beard- man, S. Bauer. ROW 5: Miss Swartz, J. Bassford, J. Berry, D. Basil, M. Bird. ROW 6: R. Callahan, C. Alton, W. Bouve, L. Armiger, P. Albert- son. ROW 7: R. Barber, T. Baker. ROW 8: K. Ashton, J. Burtis, E. Bell, R. Barr. ROW 9: W. Boswell, R. Bouchal, A. Alton, F. Avery. I 0 5 1 .is Xtra. U fllwmt 133-Stew -JFS ROOM 303-ROW 1: M. L. Cantler, J. Brashears, J. Como, C. Quade, F. Brown. ROW 2: B. Cooley, C. Collins. ROW 3: N. Chambers, J. Davenport, V. Clark, S. Brearley, A. Beaversf ROW 4: J. Campbell, L. Brashears, S. Bunzar. ROW 5: D. Donoghue, Mrs. Sheichter, V. Clark, H. Dawson, 'C. Bonun. ROW 6: S. Duvall, R. Dearborn, K. Davis, D. Elliot, S. Carpenter. ROW 7: C. Cullinane, P. Doule, R. Chambers. ROW 8: F. Dove, F. .Farber, F. Early, S. Thomas, K. Early. Not Shown: D. Collins, J. Clark, W. Duey, C. Deuel, R. Grubbs, L. Mogue. f' 1. ..J'f'-'-4 7 17 Lf I 1-L41 I ' A' g 1 .Q ,,f:f, A f ,- 5. .rf V i li Htl: I: ff in fi' A , , F Qalf OOM 307-ROW 1: P Greentree, A. Hall, A. Hood J. Greentree, W. Hubbard. ROW 2: A. Groves, S. How J. Higgins, L. Hall. ROW 3 A. Hill, J. Hardesty, P. Hemdenor, J. Guare. ROW 4 J. Gumula, J. Hinton, I. Hub- bard. Row 5: R. Hulfer, J Jocus, C. Hopkins. ROW 6 D. Kearce, D. Hubbard, L Hodge, R. Jones. ROW 7: R. Kent, E. Kautz, R. Jordan. ROW 8: Mr. Norris, J. John son, D. Holmes, C. Hiltab 71 , V-wif tags is ROOM 305-ROW 1: M. Singrasg C. Fisher, B. Fen- hagen, R. A. Dawson, M. Eucare. ROW 2: R. Early, M. France, B. L. Evans, S. Grantt, B. Moreland. ROW 3: M. Fowler, E. Denvas, P. France, P. Lee, M. Fisher. ROW 4: B. Flemings, F. Gar- ner, H. Day, J. Graham, T. Scose. ROW 5: R. Gabell, D. Foxwell, W. Ellis. ROW 6: R. Finkle, C. Henneburger, K. Henneburger, H. Ham- bruch. ROW 7: J. Hendricks, T. Grimes, A. Gillerto. Not Shown: D. Bryant, R. Fowler, H. Gould. ROW 8:'B. Seiman, Miss Nicely, J. Gillespie, D. Gary, L. George. wwf! r ROOM 310--ROW 1: L. Keatley, J. Luttrell, J. Kla- wans, M. Jones, M. Jones. ROW 2: I. Mileto, L. Haven, P. Jones, J. Larrimore. ROW 3: M. Lawson, J. James, M. Shafer, E. Lerch. ROW 4: R. Kirby, M. Layng, S. Mars- ton, M. Marsellas, J. Mekial. ROW 5: G. McNew, D. Mar- shall, G. Martin, D. Long, P. Jones. ROW 6: Miss Longa- necker, A. Lee, J. Lundin, L. Klem, L. McKillip. ROW 7: T. Jones, J. Mintz, F. Morgan. Not Shown: P. Jackson. MUSIC ROOM-ROW I: A. Pruitt, J. Oaks, B. Miller, A. Purdy. ROW 2: D. Margan- stein, A. Parkinson, M. Pen- nington, J. Patton. ROW 3 M. A. Purdy, J. Palmer, B. Phillips, E. Pike. ROW 4: M Norwood, J. Pumphrey, P Meyers, C. Phipps. ROW 5: D. Parlett, N. Miller, M. L Nichols. ROW 6: R. Moyer, E. Reckner. ROW 7: B Owens, H. Ravenscroft, J Robinson, B. Ringle, V Palmer. ROW 8: E. Pea- cock, E. Moyer, A. Painter ROW 9: T. Roberts, N Phipps. ROW 10: Mr. Kunkle, I. Rawlings, J. Pulsifer. ANN 3 'P J Nh 1 'F T if ,W A If KT!!-5 mshfgl . em 6 MQ sa-up 550 M-N . lf " Um 'ff x C -' wa? .5'X X' A ..-4--'M - . f Am 2. J A if ,QQ ,A . - g s ii ikzrgifilz 1- 17, '-W-.5 9 1 H .ire-el '- A ERNES 'r S ., 2 5 19 . , im s ' K . f Q f, 1 :Q- HERKLOTZ. A rting Prineipal Al ministrntiomz "Glorious it is to wear the crown Of a deserved and pure successg He who knows how to fail has won A crown whose lustre is not less." ANONYMOUS Time heeds not the voice that bids it stay. but rolling on, leaves only fond memories of happy days gone by. This book is for remembrance. It has been made so that you who read may have a record of happy days spent at Annapolis High School, of fine friendships and noble ideals. Though the passage of years may change these merry-eyed classmates into serious men and women. yet this volume will forever be a mirror of youth, dauntless. unafraid. with all its joy of living, its expectations and high resolutions. ERNEST H. HERKLOTZ Acting Principal Norwood lliltla Musterman Wetherhold Secretary gp... A-gflstfmi to Principal Prmclpal Dorothy Hamilton J. Calvin Rogers BliiYj0I'l9 BOIlHl'i UW 'QQ-...N is Guidance Director Attendance Director 0HiCC Cleflf "You lonkcd tO.K.' whvn I saw you in A little- pink slip sunimnns Cathy to the movies night before last", muses the Cuidanm' Ofhm- to 1-xamino Miss J. C. as he stamps in an absentee. IIamiltun's vm-ation charts anfl graphs. g l F "Now hear this-", Mr. He-rklntz tries out the new P.A. system which gives him no such compe- tition as infernal static. Tilllt' nut. as Hrs. Kiln-rry, Mrs. Curpvn- Fun Mail? Nu. this pile' nf papvrs is tvr, and Miss Cox onjoy a chat in the the- prcliminary phase' nf the AHS Tvaclu-rs' Ronin during tht-ir fre-0 March of Dinu-s Drive-. period. so' yi'-I Bang, bang, bang-this is the familiar sound of our trusty janitor hacking off the lock of an absent-minded scholar. alley Duffy Emily Ewing Dietician Duz does everything, but nobody can surpass AHS's kitchen crew in the art of cookery. Mis- chic-vous swapping of the right color of lunch tickets proves that the food must be good! if Family Rtelzlions Ad-libbing in socio-drama results in giggles in family relations. Henryetta Carpenter Family Relations Business Ah! Ah! Don't touch those gears! Mr. Leatherbury inclulges in a no-grinding lesson. .5 gn' Alton E. Leatherhury Driver Education Always an eventful class. "F.R." gives stu- dents a chance to voice their opinions on teenage problems. Who put the body in the trunk?-Jack in struction by Mr. ML." 45 Reading, Writing and Reporters 'Round and 'round the turntable goes melody spices the grammar hour. . 1-f"' 'bv .-wr Katharine Kibler English, Journalism A he 4' f ,AAr 4-'X Q Mary Katharine Cox English .,...-- IO Future journalists take time out to read their favorite publication, The Tally-Ho. Oh dear, what can the matter be, such colossal El. b h V D H concentration on The Yearling in Miss lza it lvl avls Swartz! snphornore English! ng is Thai Farfeigm Touch Scholars de espanol catch up on the jokes in their "La Linte-ma". Laughs result after a delayed silence of tedious trans- lation. Mlldred Kmhart French ,Xi . 'f 1 .-S Y Natalie Farmer Latin, English 'IS Lorena Marking Spanish, English 3 In S Nancy points out her knight in shining armor s-www 1 to fellow French studvnts. His gallantry dm-sn'l im- press some. Ooh, you made a mistake--c'uns4'ir-ntious conjugator is caught in the- act in Latin ll! . ' . I I f 5 A-L., L. -,lYs,riJ ,C-I-Ist' Lsw LQNLLA. , E vs 5 LQ". ' ,X mf-4 X --of-,, 25" ' Y fi ' Al lf, X H-:'L,g,- slYX'.N,Q,-I F R 0 M LO0ky.y F high p0Wer lh ' - "-O ' ' ' L ats Just rightreroi little to ZZ fower to I 6'fIXAh , forgot the slid I 9. Oc US Uouble Roland Olson Science xaxew ' uv 'D ' 42,1 iii' ii 1 xo?- n Calm b has beidl done ' XOQY Xa snakes de The btiixs? Noliotmaldehl ' wee' s xv-1? "-4 :Q X-:gt X . ' W E A R- 1 Q ,gh " V Q- G V Mary Ann Rogers . Q Science N Social Studies Hold your noses-it's H25 in chemistry ' - S class! Our busy brewers are hard at Q , Work' 'ti A X ' fl if Af' fs -K f XX K - if ns, I 1, .t I: si? M . ' Q 5 5 , W1 ff 1 , -L .. " H it S wiffff? f - f f Af: 'A ' M Qfiixfiqif E ' '-by ' ' 7,45 M . Anthony Bischoff A a li, ' fi gt, fe w Science That Mathematical Mwddle Theorem, theorem, who knows the theorem? Betty Ann gives a few pointers to hefuddled onlookers in geometry. ' """'1s.' .."'!,' X XX l A George Norris Math, Science English -..........,.,. "Yoo-hoo, Miss Mcliavock I know the answer - I think!" Algebra stumpers result in a wave of hands Pogo on the side hoard is monopolizing more attention than Dick and his slirie rule . . . Engleman and his artistic talent in trig again! 4 '54 Martha P. McCavock Math Turning Back the 9' A - . f- , T T gi i -5- si y- stgi g , - is PL- V . . S. fr-mrs?-'.','t:g-ggi-pi ' s.'.'U Q "' iv A , ' -'eff' +"?-:IF-"Tiki Dorothy Noble Social Studies Sue and Wayne play Atlas ln History IV as current events come up for dis- cussion. Peanut glves modern history students a briefing on U.S. geography as she skillfully points out the Louisiana Purchase. Christiana Alexander Social Studies ands .lean Swartz Social Studies K, ,, .i at Time Mary Louise Hicks Social Studies Reida Longanecker Social Studies Math James Beam QNot shown? Social Studies Math 99 . B O E P E R U KWWM ETIUJ WHWPHMW fit y , . i NW QS iiata f N . 5 Stella Morris Business fat! rv. LJ fl dum 'QQ' Margaret Hoke Business fu. Donna Lape, AHS's Chancellor of Ex- chequer, mulls over her pecuniary puzzles. Tommy's a mathematival whiz since- he-'s using: the amlcling machine. hut still he looks at a loss. -. wt 1513- "Miss Hake. l just can't get this account to balance-Y" Students slave at tlebit aml creflit. fs... A Wham, bam, alakazam-typewriter carriages fly and keys Click madly in third period typing. 51 ,tg Icky, sticky, glue!-Shop ' majors are in the process of putting together a handsome tray. "Watch your lingers, boys!"- Mr. Burton demonstrates how to use the lathe and save all ten "pinkies". Items for "House Beauti- ful", these are the ac- complishments of AHS'S wood and metal workers. r3f5'l3f11Q:E N Leon Billow Lawrence Bonari Basil M. Burton Charles DifaZi0 Industrial Args Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Ifldll-Sifilll Arts Guidance Director Math A-bobbin. a-lmohbin-Oh, the se-wing machine is a girl's best friend! Ch3l'10lif' A481115 Constance Cherry Margaret Shepherd Home El'0fl0l11iCS 1Not shown? Home Economirs Sfifnff Home Economirs Science i ,. Qu - vw., , 5 K X x 3 it , . .fhifx iw . x . S 3 I J i " WNNV V? Mmm! Looks good, gals. Tho advantage' of cooking class is that you get such tasty things to eat. rm' lda- W Foster T Augustine Students paint a musical picture as John slips on a popular platter. What happens if it's bop-mod- ern art? The four ceramic creators, Kathy, Diane, Skippy, and Lynn, apply pressure and paint to produce wonders in clay. Attacking ye ol' hide, Leona and Ben are work- ers of leather. Their fin- ished product might in- clude a new saddle for Hopalong. The pause that refreshes- Mllig Bill' stops to ponder over his pastel in hfth period art. 'fu RM 5-- i Q in Q is up -s , -r ff . , N. 2 Row I: fl. ll:-ll, C. 'l'nrn0r, P. All:-n. R. Milm-tn, J. iivanzvli, S. Carpe-nlvr. NI. Bland, D. Purdy. Row 2: Il. King. A. Snulit N. Hass. la. Hulnllsun. 5. JIUIISUYI, M. ffllrislvniun. Ni. fiuiiinlurr-. M. if. Hopkins. Row .32 I.. Clark. A. Nc-isun, P. Nlillvr. Pi. Na-inilh. J. Windsor. I.. U1-rry. Ni. Sli-ffvl. J. lfullisnn. Row -I: if. Tiimiius. IC. Max. 9. xv2llf'I'lllLlIl. S. Bryan. Ni. Hall. S. Fllllif. X. Juhiilll. if. ilnvrnn. RUN' 5: li. iiiwigvs. ii. J. iiariivr. P. Hvnni, Il. xY4liQil'llil0ilIll'. J. i.41vr'. li. iiuyt. if. Trvvvtl. Ni. iiausuin. Row 0: ll. Svlim-if:-i'. J. Sllllglglt li. lin-rry. ii. liruniliin-. Nl. Hn-tin-I. fi.igl'ilXiIl. if. lim-ltvlivr. Row 7: Mr. Knnklv. W. Niuniivrs. Ni. Ni-inn. S. NMN1-w. S. Nash. ii. liuug. Nl. Corwe-ll. ll. .Nile-r, A. Bm-iillvy. Rim' X: T. Shurvs, ll. .J1H'1liN, W. Ilruwn. H. Kl'I'l'ilIl1'f. U. lim-ui. Ni. ilairr. ll. Lnlmwitz. J, llvlluin, J. Sinvluir. mi . fa AQ ,ai :QQ X A Hs . YSL! Q- fs Rub:-rt F. Kunklv Harold Furman 5Q if .llusiv . Ifhorus Band li. llili. J. Sl'illNl1'I'ili.l, N. Niins, ll. Wilnn-r. S. iilauic-Q. li. Wullniun. R. lfnmlvr, il. HI'Z.ISilQ'ilY'N. lf. iirmiiinliif, H. Fwzirlzlwrg. W. Kziuiiinnn, lf. Wniut. S. lfntwiwlli-. l'. linyt, R. 5kurcil1s.J, iiiillillllii, I". iiulliiarmi, B. Mille-r, P. Turn:-r, J. Sturgis. J. Suzie-ru, I. Lulrli-, Ni. xxlikQ'l'N4lll. l'. Rim-illrlmxiii. Ant slmiuz: H. liaxli-r, S. Ilanwn, A. H1'Il1it'l". 7936 5 5 S. PQ ae 6 2 -. ri cn C CZPG UI U1 Cazlistlwmzics and Crfezcfzlzimzg Bones How's the altitude down there, Jeanne? Head- standing is quite the thing in gals' P.E. Margaret Wharton Physical Education Happy faces in health, 'but Engle- man possesses full power of concen- tration. Or is it a pose, Chris? . ' ' '1Qh9'zr,'2'- L E W Ts vm ggi i.. .. 'iff Aft Am? L. , .M-Mawr - ' , N , A if 5' is-Saisffaf r fs - ' .wk -. gfaswggfs YQ K .. - " :.1 ie,!5?'g - ,V V, iskizfyg ix fqrj galil 'xiggxgxg . . L , 1 .- f K g r Q is-,f'i:z'q.:f-gs -fsefzzffzwi A E X l Q 'f t A yyk. . A,A. iXg,, I -1 . .VT Lucile Coggiano Physical Education 9 as Cox gives the boys the clue on Tarzan antics. W fl f Louise Sleichter Physical Education .x English I t . .L , if -ini ypsffigg. 1 ' A vfihfiiiilfff- ff-' ' ' . 'i A' . swfssifszfs, "ff an si, SR W: 5 , H 3, k .:j.3,.+. ...T . -tys A fa-syf li .-, gfmz-,Wg , , , f '-fill? " f':.' 1fi??'ri . ' -A ,me Weston Boyd Robert Bulcock James COX Physical Education Physical Education Physlflll EJUCUUUW Math The Bookworm Corner LIBRARY STAFF-M. Boettcher. N. fNIeNew, P. Connor, L. Delozier, J. Buechling, A. Savitt, D. Gillum. S. Mellichampe. J. Hebtlen. W. Haworth, R. McPherson, 1. Brashears. Not shown: M. Pumphrey. Over 150 new hooks have heen added to the lihrary throughout the year. and up to date there are approximately 7.500 volumes on the shelves. His eyes always open for new hooks and ways of improving the library. Mr. Lynn Delozier. the school lihrarian. is forever on the scene to give helpful suggestions in the selection of reading: material. and is chief hook hunter and "checker-outer". Instructions on the fundamentals of using the lihrary are given to the freshmen at the beginning of each year. The students who have used the lihrary wisely have made valuahlc use of their time and know the meaning of the old proverh. '4Kn0wl- edge is power". 1 'f l Q' - Lynn Delozier " '- Librarian ' ' "1 , o r . L. . . . . . . . . A ' .1 'Nt lsv lJOUlilJlI1llt'l'S are I't'lYZilI'1Il" flilapulatetl editions llllfllllf club X If I period. P fill,-i I 5 3, My The Hobby Slwp .53 . . agliliiiliiilg EiAy l V 'lil .1 THE Clllll 0l"FlCl'i-Standing: L. McKil- lips, J. Jennings, Mr. llonari, S. Robinson. Seated: J. llalstenl. Under the guidance of Mr. Bonari and Mrs. Kinhart. faculty sponsors, and through the efforts of Sondra Duvall and Janet Halsted, student co-chairmen of the Club Committee. AHS's program has been very effective this year. A new schedule was initiated wllerelmy. in place of omitting periods. all were shortened. making it possible to have a sixty minute club meeting once a week. There are types to suit ex'cryone's interest. lfor the perpetual card player. there is a choice of the llinochle and Canasta Club or the Bridge Club. while a new ranking one for the girls is llarlser Shop Singing. Hats off to the student body for helping improve the club program of '5l-'52l Row I: M. J. Willsnian. J. Carter, M. A. Petty, S. Duvall, L- SW6l'Hf'Y. M. E. Hopkins. Row 2: V. LiI'lllt'l'llllll'gI. l' Miller, J. Hatch, L. Barnes. C. Tompson, J. Day. Row 3: P. Roberts. P. Joines. R. Huffer, S. Robinson, J. Taylor Z. Johnson. Row 4: Mr. Bonari, Mrs. Kinhart. R. Callahan. Oh! lt, looks like- a good ancl, Claude-ttv.-"l pass." This IQ thf- Boys filllklflfl fluh not a brim-klaym-rx union "Sw:-f-t Atl:-lim-"-gals in llarlwr Shop Singing: give- forth with mf-loalious snivk:-rs. Wha' hop- pe-n to tlu- song. girl!! A waltz? A rumlm? A elanrf-? Max antl jc-rry art- gayly tripping to at momle-rn foxtrot in nlanving vlulm. Dirk unrl Patsy nrt- fl-1--1--p in tltougzht. loan anml Ralph 1-ngagv in a furious game- of Che-ss while- ll:-v aml Marjorie- wontlm-r Wlll1'll-Ll-Wily to mow-. Forum o Avast. ye rnatiesl The captain is about to speak! Our student government did its best to make needed improvements so that school life might he cven more pleasant. Because of a new rule. the ollicers were elected in the spring of '5l. Wlien school opened in the fall. work was immediately hegun on campaign promises: procurement of a new stage curtain and hand uniformsg the revision of the nominating system. The Student Government could not carry out the wishes of the student hody always. hut no onc can say it was for lack of trying. This year Jimmy Beans presided over the organi- zation, with Jimmie Judd acting as "Veep". The minutes were kept hy Jeanne Wolfe and Judy Zeil- man was keeper ofthe funds. lVlr. Wetherhold, Miss Noble. and Miss Davis were facility advisers. STUDENT GOVERNMENT Row 1: C. Kautz, C. Davis, J. Purdy, D. Dickson, J. Judd. J. Wolfe. J. Beans. Row 2: B. Pulsifer, L. Sewell, P. Duvall, J. Love, L. Barnes, E. Tucker, M. Groves. Row 3: S. Kerr, B. Hedges, D. Purdy, N. Chambers, J. Rosenblomn. H. Ferguson. Miss Davis. Row 4: J. Schoocraft, F. Walsh, D. 'l'ra-veit. R. Callahan. l'. Hoyt. W. Brown. Mr. WH-tlierliolil. ,Vol slmun: J. Zi-ilmann, Fair Play 4' X W PM 1 ll ff" "Nu -www-eww-,,,.. I .41 0 Q Members of the Student Government help trim the main hall Christmas tree. .mp EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Left to right: R. Callahan, J. Baker, F. Walsh, R. Moyer, J. Zeilmann, J. Beans, J. Wolfe. J. Judd, P. Duvall. TRAFFIC SQUAD Row 1: l'. Rvuil, C. Kuutz, M. Holm:-s. C. A. Turns-r. B. We1'z. l., Scilmle, S. liavlunann. S. lluvull. Hou' 2: ll. Nlili-to. Nl. K. Sinningvr, M. Aslu-r, J. Purtly. I.. Murphy, 5. Waterman, E. Fowl, A. Hallman. Row 3: Mr. Rugs-rs. J. Halstf-tl, D. Dickson, ll Javkson, L. King. lf. lioc-ttclie-r, li. Srllae-ff:-r, J. Snuggs. Row J: M. lmwis. C. Knight. ll. Hollitluyokr-, ll. Baker, H. lmwis, C. Smith, J. Jutlml, E. Hvmlricks. Raw 5: R. Lew. W. Sheridan. J. Brooks. J. Wmilfe-. U. Cruntowivz. C. Wayscmn, W. Ken- nz-rly, J. Myors. Row 6: W. Hugh:-s, C. Magruder, R. Moyer, J. llakor. Not shown: F. J. Saumlvrs. ml Wa Ich Our ushore patrol". alias the Trallic Squad. is the watchdog of the ship. Its duty is to keep order in the corridors during the passing of classes. aid in the forma- tion of lunch lines in the moss hall, and to assist at fire drills and assemblies. The squad is composed of capable senior hoys and girls. "WP, the IIIPIIIJJCTS of the jury, Find the defendant -", Judge- Be-ans and jury throw the hook at an offender in Traffic Court. 1 ,if Stop wherv you are! Oh. Crcggx. you me-any. giving lie-x' a tickotl Student Cove-rnnwnt Pros. won't likt- that! , , HONOR SOCIETY Seated: H. Lewis. C. A. Turner, S. Duvall, J. Halsted. D. Milf-to J. Judd. Standing: Mrs. Carpen- ter, B. Herzog. A. Katsef. D Baker. B. Hoyt. M. K. Sinninger. Miss Farmer. Not shown: E. J Saunders. v The blaring of a fog horn blasts through the still night. A ship in distress- mau overboard! But the guiding beacon from the lighthouse discovers the trouble and calm is restored. This beacon. an unwavering light which renders service, is comparable to the National Honor Society at Annapolis High. This organization maintains the principles of scholarship. service, character. and leadership in our school. In order to belong to this society. students must have an A or B average in their grades. beginning their sophomore year. Annually the Honor Society presents an assembly. at which time new members are taken into the fold. Much ofthe success of this year's organization was due to faculty advisers, Mrs. Henryetta Carpenter and Miss Natalie Farmer. and to the student ollicers: Sondra Duvall. Presidentg Betty ,lane Saunders. Vice-President: and Beverly Hoyt. Secretary-Treasurer. The Brainy bunch gather for a regular meeting - EDITORS Seated : Co-Asst. News Editor, L. Robbinsg Co-Fea Editor, N. Hamiltong Assoc. Editor, S. Lewisg Co Asst. News Editor, P. Robertsg Co-Sports Editor Co-Sports Editor, C. Magruderg Photog. Editor, War ren Klawansg Asst. Editor, C. Waysong News Editor Asst. Photog. Editor, F. Rosenbloom. The day the Tally-Ho comes out-papers are counted for distribution in homerooms. SI-IIlP'S 'ULLETIN The ship,s bulletin-the Tally-Ho, compiled by a crew of over sixty volunteers. reflects the school activities. promotes school spirit, and provides a training ground for students interested in writing. In March I95I, the Tally-Ho captured first prize as the hest monthly in its class entered in the Maryland Scholastic Press Association tournament at College Park. Maryland. A very enthusiastic business staff. advised hy Mr. Roland Olson. has collected over 35300 worth of Mads" to contribute toward the expenses of the Tally-Ho. which is partly financed hy the Student Government. This enahled the length of the four-page chronicle to he increased hy two inches this year. Faculty adviser. Miss Katharine Kihler. has greatly aided the staff with her suggestions and has arranged for staff memhers to attend conferences. criticisms. and has trained eighteen cuh-reporters through the Journalism Cluh. The Tally-Ho. since its formation in l937. has done what only a school newspaper can do-it has drawn the student hody into closer and more intimate school life. J. Henneberger. Standing: Co-Fea. Editor, M. Gates: P. Duvall. Not shown: Editor-in-Chief, B. Saunders-g R ECU! .A R ST A I" I" lwu' I: H. ilumpln-ll. .X. lknllmaxn. N. Wm-11.41. llilprwhl. NI. Burr. Nl. Nunn. H. SWf'l'Ill'y. H. I'x1'Hll1lgl1'll. Run' 2: 5. lim-h mum. I. llmlgge-s. lx. I,lll'kl'H. ID, Nlilvlu.R,ffI'11sI1y.T. Ihvblv. I', Sln'r'w'uml, ll. lhlxil. Run' ,fp ml. llgqlqml, lf, Fornl I Ilulvll. Nl. lx. 5IIlIlIll,1ll'l. AI. ke-rr, N. Ste-ww. J. Juehl. Ron' J: ,l. liuylv, N, XM'tIn-rl1nl4I. N. 4.n1'lu1z11. N. lwuukl. lu lm-lf I Nlux. .l. Snuggx. Run' 5: Nliw Kilrlvr. I". lbw-lmlmlmmx. CIl'I5 IiliI'UR'I'HRS lu' I: .I. l'1lll1vn. l,. limw:'. 5. llmw. ll. Sllwwku-II. ll. H4'n1lmIal. Run' J: H, Nlnr'gLvl14Ii4-l'x1+'. II. Shi:-kv. Y. Clark, Xi. Simmun - , v V v- - .. , Nl, lllnl. lxnu' ,-1 Nllw lxllrlvr. J. lgI'ilNlll'lll'S. Al. Ru-wll. fx. I,l'I't'll. Xl. lfllmralx. H. Ully. Rau' J: D. lxf-alrw. li? fl ' I 49 TQ 65 I EDITORS Nl. K. Sinninge-r. C. lluxis. J. Purmly. J. Halslwl. J. K1-rr. C. Kautx. .-X. Hallman. B. Worx, S. Duvall. C. pl, 'l'urnvr. ll. Dil-kfml. J. Bakm-r. TH LOG l l lllilll g y .W l gf J ' "-f .- :NN- ,Q -A A N I uf J k . f Siflfliillillls JIM!! ff, ...N . i A J pg V .M N - 511.1553 Qs. . il? .. .J .f.. .. . J NIAKH-UP .Svrzlvrlz Il, Nlilm-tu. C. Knight. G. llurlwlql. ll. Dil-kfun. .-X. llullmun. S. llllvlllllllllll. ll. Lumpln-ll. Slumlirlgz J. llf-lvh. .X RT PHOTOGRAPHY ll. Nlilf-lu. lf. Klllgllll. .L llallman. J- Sl'h"""fUfl- W- KJUWHIIS- N H. ffmm,l,,.HA Duwlll. l". Rusvlllrlrmlll. TYPING CIRI UI ATION Row I'J Wlyere I Wlurphy 'NI Aeher D Daniele Q . . I .. J. 1 v A - K . - ' .. ou 1 5 3I1.I'lIl8Il NI Iewi Inns I em Nichols. Row 2: M. Davis, C. Knight. M. Pumphrey, F. ues I Seible Il Harder Rau NI l'lUlITlfQ O'Caine. A. Casey. Row 3: S. Bice, C. Davis. R. Jones, nun Il Daniele 'NI hgllfl' l irdx I I1 C1 A.K .-f I D- '- HN .l. cladrnr. w ? R liaker ,I VI nlfz 5 lldilniann 'NI Wlon IZIKIIIOI'-III-C,Il.t'f . . . .4SSl.SfllI1f Editor . . . Ll.fl'flIfVI' Editor. . . gllake-up Editor .... mir! Edilor ......... . Cirz'u1r1I1'o11 ,11fllIllgl'f. . . Palrorz .llalzrlger ..... .4lIl'Ul'f1.SI.IIg .1It1lIlIgt'I'. . . Typing .Ilunuger .... St'C'fl'fl1f,Ii ...... ...... Throughout AHS's annual cruise, all the events and happenings of the year have been faithfully recorded in the shipis log. our VII.-XKI-1. To make this treasure chest of memories for you. we on the year- hook stall' have worked hard and suffered long. For us. the year has gone quickly. like Z1 fast moving panornnul: hut. not without mishaps. Misplaeed -XIJX I-IIITISINC RW 11 iz. ls.-11. I.. si-am.-. li. J. "HH" V K NHHHH 1 I I H1 Ilurdvr. AI. linker. II. lluys. ,l, Zvil- Il ull I li NN 1 I lx ll lx Ill ' nlunn. N. llood, Run' J: lf. Kotxin. I Il' 'I 1 W' II. Iiplnun. lf. llood1nun.ll. llull. ,I. 'Un ISI N9 'I lit-1-il. II. xIIl'iI1'l90Il. ll. llolliduyoke-. NIV. Il:-loxivr. V Ixin int r 5. Lorkinn. Il. Hurry. lf. We-lvlr. .ingiietinr-, Nm' N 'fix -fha. qw :wk was Nw' Q i xv . A N 19' 14' J? 9 I I .1 ,XS VARSITY FOOTBALL Row 1: C. Schwartzberg, K. Block, F. Carlson, F. Rosenbloom, J. Tucker, L. Norwood. Row 2: R. Beavers' e. I J. Jennings, J. Alvanos, W. Kennerly, J. Simmons, R. Moyer, W. Kerchner. W. Hughs, J. Potee. T. C . o Mr. Wetherhold, R. Jordan, W. Sheridan, W. Martin, K. Belch, D. Jones, C. Hei e, . Stuvor nd , r Bulcock, Mr. Boyd. Row 4: J. Beans, J. Anderson, W. Brandenburg, R. Brown elch, B wn, yy . Michaelson. W. Collison, F. Walsh. A My f u - if 1 0' . The AHS football team ended another successful season M541 A, s s , 1 t po a - record, but also first string All-Maryland guard, Bill Kennerly, Mas y our exif seasons of varsity ball for the Maroon and Blue and was alsofe ecte -ca IH of e l - tate ' C f .ounty team. C' points. ln the thrilling Northwestern game, he scored AHS's tw . A our nents 1 , - .4BiU Jawnv Simmons accounted for the bulk of the PBI'ltllC former undefeated standing end positions. John Alvanos and Jack Potee at the tackle berths, Billten ly and The starting offensive line-up for the team's forward wall found B guards, with Pip Moyer holding down center. The backfield consisted of ack Jen back. Frankie Walsh, halfback. and Simmons as fullback. The Packls fine coaching staff was composed of Head Coach Wetherhold and his Bulcock and Mr. Boyd. The J.V. chalked up two wins in their four games played. THE RECORD Opp. Frederick .... . . . 6 Dover ..... . . .20 Sutland ... .. .ll Bethesda . . . . . 7 Elkton .... . . . 6 Northwestern . . . 6 Cambridge ...... . . . 19 Vivoodward Prep . . . . . .21 Southern ....... .... 4 1 AHS 21 19 21 13 27 12 33 20 39 rown at the 11 Kerchner as gs as quarter- assistants, Mr. AHS's future Jim Thorpe-'4Big Bill" makes good as All- State guard 1 X. wma wail Frankie ll. goe: over i anotier points! Bobby Lee breaks for extra yardage off left taekle. This may not he regarded as a typical football scene. but with spring training the AHS Panthers find it pretty hot under that lucky ol, sun. Buzzy Beans plays proxy for his father in rem-iving the cup presented by the AHS team. --Q ,M .A sl Q I ,L Wfgjf Quan. 14 ' V V . ' i 'V Q we M 'KIT Q M a-e .D e Hike! 'Mule' 5' tj V+-amwv ff looks like he-'s going the defense. to hypnotize avi F3555 A5295 the eouehing ol' Nlr. James Cox. completed another good season in l95l. Led by the seorinu of Stem llloreland. Max Covington. VARSITY SOCCER4Row 1: A. Leitch, M. French, C. Evans. B. Asher, N. Cooper. J. S4'ltoot'l'zift, Cov- ington. H. Hubbard, S. Miller, J. Myers, B. Phipps. Row 2: N. Nims. S. llrink. U. Jaynes. 5. lzntwistle. J. Taylor, D. Hubbard, P. Riggins, S. Bice, C. McNew. Row 3: Mr. Cox. F. Fzirlmer. li. llaltlree. li. Ktrhy, A. Sears, A. Hall. Row 4: T. Schley, J. Bull. Coach Cox gives his hearty congratulations to soccer co-captains, ,lim Schoocraft and Max Covington, as .. . . the receive their thletic bars. lhe Annapolis High soccer team. under Y a llarry lfluhlvard. Jimmy Myers. Albert l,eitc'h. and Jimmy Sehooeraft. the llanthers amassed a total of ten goals. llilly Phipps. Norvall Cooper. Harry Huhlvard. and Jim Sehoocraft stood out. defensively for the Pack. while George lfvans took care of the goal. The Panthers honed to their rivals in lvoth of the games played against Glen llurnie. THE RECORD Opp. AHS Arundel .. . .. . 2 2 Southern . l. 3 llrinvt' l'l1'etlt'riClC . . . 1 2 Glen Burnie . 1 0 Arundel . . .. 2 2 Southern . .. .. l 1 Prince Frederick . . 1 1 tllen llurnie ...... ..... 4 0 Ardent soccer fans look on as Alfred Leitch takes the ball down the field for another AHS scoring. Danny Hubbard tries in vain to outjump two of the Glen Burnians. Co-captain Covington in- tervenes to spoil Calvert County's offense. :view Eze ZQQWQZ 1--lfriv-HTZHCZ VARSITY BASKETBALL Row 1: K. Belch. E. Hendricks, R. Moyer, D. Jones, J. Jennings, A. McCuckian, T. Stewart. Row 2: Mr. Bulcock, B. Kennerly, F. Walsh, R. Beavers, B. Brown, R. Brown, D. Jacobs, J. Baker. The AHS boys' basketball team annexed the Anne Arundel County Championship and brought home the Evening Capital-Maryland Gazette trophy for the second straight year. ln his first season as varsity coach, Mr. Bulcock found a nucleus of '51 stars returning and built a strong quintet with uljipw Moyer, Tom Steward, Ed Hendricks. and Jack Jennings, all veterans, who accompanied by Don Jones, made up his starting five. Jennings and Jones WCTC elected co-captains. while Moyer was the big gun for the Panthers with a 16 point average. The Pack lost their chance to play in the'state Hnals when they were defeated by Glen Burnie 30-29 in the second game with their county rivals. RECORD Opp. AHS Lackey .................. 25 43 Montgoniery-Blair . . . . 41 27 Bel Air ........... .. 27 47 l'rinc'e Frederick . . . . . 33 63 Arundel .......... . . . 26 53 Cambridge . . . . . 30 44 Clen Burnie .... . . 35 37 Arundel ....... . . 30 45 Oxon llill ........ . . . 34 72 Southern tBalt.J . . . . . 52 37 Cambridge ...... ... 36 39 K f l'rince Frederick . . . . . . 33 66 Q Glen Burnie ..... . . 30 29 Uxon Hill .... ... 39 44 Easton ....... . . . 33 37 Northwestern . . . . . . 32 41 Easton ....... . . . 34 45 Pip and Number 33 on the Calvert County team compete in a leaping contest of a toss. HL x, ,Q 0 txA.l nib. BIIIIQ' 3111124 for a baskm-I. L. The ball prow-s quits- pupular in il JN. tungglv. Lefl-"Pip" clvflly VNZIIIUS thc- varvful lvlfwkingg of his oppnnvnt as ln' pn-- pares to slmm. Right-A lllvn Uurnian foils "Mulv's" shnl for anothe-r two points. J.V. BASKICTBALI, B. Michac-lsnn. R. Rllmle-s, N Jones, R. Skordas, K. Blovk Rowe. Mr, Buyd. 32"-3 F57 WZ HCC P-l O '-l I cn W W W 1-f CD IP Z ffl VARSITY BASEBALL Row 1: M. Covington, S. Moreland, T. Stewart. Row 7 F Caldwell O Beall D Jones W Sheridan, J. Jennings, G. Evans, D. Jacobs, J. Hennebergr R Wittmgton Row ? M Skipper R. Kirby, R. Skordas, E. Riggins, Mr. Boyd, R. Wolston R Rhodes B Asher F Basil With Wes Boyd in his first year at the helm of the baseball squad, the Pack en- joyed an exciting season. Buddy Beavers, Stew Moreland, and Ralph Rhodes handled the mound duty for the Panthers and did a eommendable job. ln the infield. Don Jones, Ed Hendricks, Max Covington, Bill Sheridan, and ,lohn Ht-nnehcrgger all shared the chores: while Tom Steward. George Evans. Frank Cald- well. and llon Jacobs all performed in the outer garden. lack Jennings handled the esitching for the l'aek'f-fhis third straight year at the lwaekstop position. Riicoao opp. AHS Arundel . , Southern . . . Calvert ..... Glen Burnie . .. Arundel .... Southern . . . Calvert ..... Glen Burnie . . . , 1 Qi K, City College Forest Park Glen Burnie Southern . . Glen Burnie wqN J 'S l.5'iR-ti. i.Q:Pilf.VV .L. ' ZQYCDGEH-., The Annapolis High lacrosse team. led by such outstanding veterans as captains Keith Belch and Buzzy Beans. Frank Walsh. John Simmons. Bill Kennerly. Wayne Hughes. Jimmy Belch, Alan Harvey. Ken Block. Zeh Johnson. and hy new- comer. Buzzy Brandenburg, faced a tough six-game schedule in ,52. However. under the competent coach- WW ing of Mr. Bulcock. the Panthers stood up well against the strong Bal- timore schools and were a credit to igvfgwfx P' Z CD F' lj ZPHGZH D-CD 'O E Ease? 5 O :QD 2- 733.-.' F S555 Q-,Z.-1. z -SME rf-Sw .-fn?" .QQQE ' -135 fE,.'P'l" C5.' Q F OE' sim?-Us 55 llglflm Cyl- 53,75 QQ-fb P! 3:55 - .5515 3 sfhaaa N Q. M m QU: 3 H .5 td 2 - Af. - 'WN-i Fm 5 -7 ....... .--...... Q' VARSITY LACROSSE Row 1: W. Hughes. J. Beans. R. Lee. K. Belch. J. Simmons, A. Harvey, W. Klawans, W. Kerschncr. J. Alvanos. Rau' 2: R. Ringle. J. Sehoocraft, Z. Johnson, F. Walsh, B. Vanous, K, Block, Mr, Bulcock. J. Anderson. H. Rowe. E. Reckner. W. Kennerly, A. Bently, J. Belch. Row 3: C. Hiltaliitlle, T. Shores, J. Suit, B. Brown. R. Moyer, W. Brandenburg, C. Broadus, C. Werz. W. Brown. 77 Vllith the return of shot-putter Jimmy liaker, and runners Jimmy liryers. Stanley Entwisle anal Giles Kinner. the AHS track team took a strong squad to their rnrets. Coach Jimmy Cox hacl a tremendous job of rebuilding after the loss of many stars, especially that of State record holder George Springfield hut he placed a fine team on the eintler FLYING path at each meet. A Bryers, and newcomers, Alhert Leitch and Jimmy Myers. handled thc lttlt anal 220 yard ' , 'I i""..,' , 4 Sprints. fi b . 5 fx llinnrr, Pip Moyer. and Jimmy Judd ran the tl IO . Q and 880 with great success. and Stanley lfntwish- fi ' and Alan Could taeklecl the mile run. ln the held 'Q clvpartment Jim Baker anal lion Jordan threw the ,Q no V dm shot. and lion Myer and Sleek llrink clicl the high- I y pi fx 3 jumping for tht- Panthers. ' if 1 ' t A Lx' bf- ' ', 4 if .J-nf ,. lntciolni f ii' ' AHS If I ,fi X . Montgomery Blair nj ,yd liladenshurg mv Q f" Q it ' AHS ' ' llunclalk f of Kentwood :Qi fi Triangular Meet .... Triangular Meet .... State Meet ........ W Graham D Myers B Michaelson G Alter J Baker J 78 .M 'QV . , . , . I , . , . , . . B 'L I eo Head cheerleader Lorraine Scible. vi as ' VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Left to right: E. Sweeney, J. Day M E Hop . , .f " kins, M. J. Metcalf, B. Harder, L. Scible, P. Duvall, L. Barnes .I Dyment we 1 B. Weiss. , ' ' .l.V. CHEERLEADERS-Row I: E. Tucker, U. Hill, J. Klawans. Row 2: M. France, J. Berry, J. Earle, L. Brashears. . 'H' .E r . fi ' 5 . IS 1 Wherever spirit is needed you will find our cheerleaders, a group of eleven girls dressed in white uniforms. Seven girls, captained by Lorraine Scible, led football rooters in their victory cheers. Four of the girls were seniors with three years' experience on the squad. The first step in becoming a cheerleader is to be chosen for J.V. through tryouts. The girls begin their work with J.V. sports and can be seen in their starched maroon skirts raising the spirits of the spectators. Each fall some are promoted from J.V. to Varsity, filling vacancies in that group left by gradua- tions. The girls boost team morale at pep-rallies, parades, and bonfires and lead the crowd in cheers and songs at all varsity games. PIEPPJERETTES 1 Y C7 MAJORETTES-Row I: E. Shovestal, M. Gates, B. Hedges, J. Love, S. Marston. Head majorette Jeanne Wolfe. Full of vim and vigor, the AHS baton twirlers sport red and white pompoms. STEPPERS Row 2: M. Young, P. Bell, M. L. Nichols, J. Wolfe, P. Anderson, M. Bethel, F. A Williams. Swishing skirts, high hats. the whirl of batons, and the beat of drums. All of these, under the leadership of Jeanne Wolfe. made up our high- stepping majorette squad. Their intriguing formations are the result of long, strenuous hours of practice. These girls have added spirit and color at the pep rallies, on the gridiron. and at Student Government elec- tions. Their accomplishments are through the efforts of the squad alone. FROM FORWARDS 'ir The heldlmall team had a good season. L lfleven players. experieneed and smooth. I non four games. and tied one. while losing one. ln the hig game. at Glen Burnie. E Lady liuclc Changed sides. Despite playing their finest game of the season. the l'anther- ettes lost to the Glen llurneyites. thus fail- ing to return the county championship to AHS for the fifth year. Record Opp. AHS Arundel , 6 7 Southern 1 10 Glen Burnie . 4 4 Gralnlming the hall is the gals' main objective as the Arundel 4 5 result of a strenuous toss-up. Southern . , , 6 8 Glen Burnie 4 2 lio- 19' ' A VARSITY l"lEl.l7B:Xl.l.+Rouf I: A. Williams, M. Beyerlein, R. Taylor, D. Jackson, S. Duvall, C. Cammaratta, K. Duekett, P Rawlings, S. Bachmann, A. Kinney. Row 2: B. Pulsifer, E. Pennington, E. Max, P. Jones, D. Mileto, S. Wessells, Miss Cog giano, C. Goodman, I. Asche, A. Ballman, A. Wavra, B. Werz, B. Evans, L. Sewell. O G O A HOCKEY Despite the vigorous efforts of Miss Wharton and her Nstickersw, the AHS eleven totaled only two games out of the five scheduled this year. However, the girls did top their arch-rivals, the Glen Burnians. as they had done in the '50 season. Ruth Lank and Louise Murphy shared top scoring honors with the staunch support of such veteran letter winners as Ellen Cohle, Betty Egan, and Betty Aorilio. The Lady Panthers' biggest treat was their overnight stay at the St. Maryis Seminary after their encounter with the junior college team. Record Opp. AHS Catonsville ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,v,,.,. 4 0 St. Mary's Seminary ,...,,,.,. .,...,. 4 2 Glen Burnie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ...,,,, 1 2 Glen Burnie ..,.,.,,..,,,,..,. ....... 0 2 St. Mary's ,Seminary ,,..,..,.. .,.,... 4 2 . . ' ...W 5.1, ,L . .. WWW, 'I f.h ' I S V Q! ,Q , 2 gr, ,gn-I Qksiiw' z"' Time out for a breather .. . f -L VARSITY HOCKEY-Row 1: H. Egan, G. Harbold, E. Coble, P. Read, C. Webb, L. Murphy, B. Aorilio, Bramble, B. Barry H Ferguson, N. Kraft, A. Doyle. Row 2: J. Zeilmann, R. Finkle, C. Wolfe, M. Eucare, P. Vomche, Miss Wharton, P. Claypool M E. Taylor, M. Nunn, J. Arison, J. Windsor. 1 4'r dia Row I: N. Kraft. A. Wavra. W. C. Goodman. Zim-k. Row 2: VOLLEYBALL Hubbard. K. Duckett. D. Jackson. B. We-rz. NI, Corbin. l Mt-lie G. Harbold. K. Ballman. A. Ballman, M. J. Wilsman, N. Bossarti ll. Klinies. S. Duvall. Miss Coggiano. S. Bachmann. M. Wilson. lj. Pulsifer, ll. T'Tt'I'glll!4UIl. B. Li Evans. J. Host-nhloom. -XR ,,,.,.4-4" ' ..a vgsvs-v" l ,- 'SJYF' gil!! Newcomers. including Shirley Bachmann. Ingrid Asche. and many potential freshmen. as well as veterans. Sondra Duvall and Skippy Jackson. made up the AHS '52 volley- ball team. "This was one of the strongest squads live ever had. my substitutes were as good as my first string." said the coach. Miss Luciel Coggiano. The team. whose captain was Beverly Werz. practiced on the average of three times a week in preparation for well played games. THE RECORD Opp. AHS Arundel . . J, Southern .... A' Glen Burnie . . Arundel ..... Southern .... . . ' Glen Burnie ..... . . K State Tournament ff OVER THE NET -BWCCDG 51:1-1 'fag mzrfsrfic VARSITY BASKETBALL-Row 1: B. Egan, K. Duckett, P. Jones, C. Cammaratta, D. Jackson 5 Bach mann, D. Dickson, B. Werz, J. Wolfe. Row 2: Miss Wharton, J. Purdy, D. Lape, E. Cadell, ,I Martin b Duvall, B. Pulsifet, I. Ashe, M. Lewis, Mrs. Sleichter. With their ucoach, team, pep, and steamf, the Pantherettes chalkcd up a successful season, having live wins and two losses. HSkippy', Jackson, a 63-pointer, was high '52 scorer with flow Martinis 1-9 total rating second place. The skillful offense was hacked up hy a solid defense, highlighting Sondra Duvall and uBones" Bachmann. ln the final game, played on the Glen Burnie court. the AHS sextet. with a score of 23-21, re- gained the county championship after losing it last year. Catonsville . . Lackey ...... Sherwood . . . Glen Burnie .... Arundel ..... Lackey ..... Arundel ....... Glen Burnie .... Record 0 22 .. 28 .. 23 .. 15 .. 27 2 .. 21 PP- '32 AHS 33 20 19 32 21 33 22 23 "5klI'lWu1llmSf0Tflllf'llWT lW0 Spvvlalurs wutvll Ill1'l1ig1llll,ul1l Pffillli nf thi- yvar the' slmlvnl- furlllty gann-. if Q. ll-lllw' li " 'vii ill' , fi l 7'5'l." lfzigflf ff' fi7Q'f4,l',f1f5 kixxfz, JI... 1. g',V . -f . his ,M flli' . Em l 2' . 4. My , A an ,I.V. BASKETBALL-Row 1: C. Webb, J. Como, D. Purdy, F. Williams, B. I.. Evans, C. Bevin, P. Shaw, M. Eucare. Row 2: B. Barry, I. Hinshaw, E. Max, N. Stevens, M. Bossart, B. Westerfelt, M. L. Nichols, B. Fenhagen. fl L W 7f""Jc .'0 ffl' . ,1 , 41' ,L .1 ffl U The Lady Panthers Softball Team got off to an unlucky start this season. going down to Arundel hy a score of l6 to 6. Coached hy Miss Margaret Wharton and captaincd hy Barhara Johnson. the girls gave a good showing in spite of their defeat. The starting line-up was: Betty Vlvilson ........... . . .c. Jean Tryon ............... . . .p. lsuhft J. Vlvolfe Barhara Johnson ........... . . .lh. Mary Hornbrook .......,.. .... 2 b. Pat Duval ................. .... I Sh. 1suh.t N. Stevens Margie Beyerlein .... A ...... ..s.s. Betty Hays ................ .... r .f lsuh.t J. Moore Betty Fillman ..... ..... .... C . f ELean0r Duran.. ..,. .... l.f Pl VARSITY SOFTBALL Row I: L. Thomas, P. Street, J. Tryon, B. Gauge, E. Duran. B. Fillman. E. Rohinson, P. Duval, J. Wolfe, J. Ze-ihnann. Row 2: E. Chaney. D. Purdy. M. llornhrook, N. Stevens, P. lVlUl'0ll'lIl, B. Wilson, Miss Wharton. lt Johnson. B. Hays, M. B4-yerlein. l'. lit-ll. l'l. Egan. C. Johnson. .l.V. SOFTBALL Row I: J. Cuare, J. Hinton. H. Gould, M. L. Nichols. J. Como, L. Sc-wl, J. Berry, L. Keating. Row 2: M. Franee. M. Euvare, C. Wolfe, Mrs. Sleeihter, L. Hall. R. Hall, M. Pennington. BECURD Opp. AHS Arundel . .. .. Southern .... . Glen Burnie .. Arundel ..... Southern .... Glen Burnie .. There-'s a swish of the racket as Ann fails to return the birdie. INTRAMURAL Cole-t's outstretched hands capture the ball as an opponent moves in to guard her. A 6 P ,,.. x ,,...Ma--'- IL me-gnupg... r-'bdrri'-IZH UCI UJU-1 Q43 U' 775 ffE'C-195-'SPE 2 2532:-'P-'w!? 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Weiss gf viii.. ...- ii V ULLJ! -N, Cal wr lcfazdfe of The entertainment of our Annapolitan crew was provided this year by the faculty assembly com- mittee. Thus the routine of the daily classes was broken as we visited Yellowstone National Park via film, learned of communism in Europe and of the history of music. Other programs presented were the Awards, National Honor Society, Easter, and Dramatics, Club assemblies. Also the Bates High School Band performed for us, as did our chorus present an assembly at Bates High. Mr. Kunkle, chairman of the committee, was assisted by Mrs. Carpenter, Miss Swartz, Mr. Wether- hold, Mr. Norris, Miss Wharton, Mr. Bonari, Miss Marking and Mrs. Alexander. Behind the scenes were the Make-up and Costume committees. whose services were indispensable. exft' El ffi WT. ......., p A 1 5"f"'r-222 lsfx 9,5 iii pii1"!Xx.,!fi . xg r ktxw , .," 8 va , fflllfa S 'P' COS'l'llME CUMMITTEEAROW 1: L. Beall, A. Jordan. li. Wilson, ,I. Walcler, M. Young, Cv. Lalmovitz. H. She-raid, L. Barnes, S. Cook, J. Day. Row 2: Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. Adams. "l.ittl1- lim" le-ads the Bates High Svliool lmnrl 1-nthusiaslically to entvr- tain AHS :luring "Brotherhood Wm-li". 5 N Riffs-Q ' 9 P' , 3. X .' iz..-ff' h i. x 'X . 5 , ,. r 1 iq-f X i is H Q A K MQ. l yzggxgww. Q . . "mu f if lr 1 ' ' y 'I .' i is ii Ig? 1' wa S i. ll L - L x ,, , - -P ' w x Dr-fr lingvrs mariipulatvcl thc' strings of liorvanlvs lwwilmlf-rfwl knight. "Don Quixote". Em ierzhazzimzmemzi Social outcast. the Fl:-a. alias Frml Witheral. tries to make the grade with the popular gang in Family Rf-lations skit. "Ins and Outs". Lv.-3 - 4- of "Way lhvhflo nl lllm-ss :mel Km-p Nou." r. lrxino anal lialvw singer 'uriel roam logvtllvr' on ilu lrig lnass viol and 1-lr-rlrir'-wfllilal The Winners! First prize-Stanley Entewlstle. it .11 Third prim- V-Dennis Holli- 5900116 Pfilf'-.l3HiCC Klawans- dayoke and Bill Jordon. l f MTH For Talent A multitude of theater-goers turned out for Annapolis Highs own little HGreatcst Show on Earth". Stunt Night. Everything from an old fashioned girl to three extinct memhers of the ancient Pussy- willow tribe traversed across our stage during the two-hour performance. First prize was awarded to Stanley Entwistle for his trumpet solo Hwillow Echoes". Second place went to the bewitching Spanish dancer. Janice Klawans. while guitarists Dennis Hollidayoke and Bill Jordon took third. Eliminated from competition due to outside professional activities were gypsy dancer. Catherine Deladrier, and pianist Chris Engleman. During the finale an old friend was buriedg the Faculty Stunt is no more. A graceful Pavlova in tights, Helen per- "They asked me how I knew-", the Ugh! Singin' lnjun scouts Kennerly, forms an acrobatic routine to the lovely octet in pastel shades of satin Kerchner, and Potee, get heap big haunting strains of "Deep Purple". and lace harmonize to the melodious laugh in the football stunt. S'Smoke Gets ln Your Eyes'. l Muwullm' inl"r"Fl5 "f Ill" TallY'll0 l'laY- 'il1f'1'F Make llltll- The l'llUl'llS line kieks up tht- wt-lemme mat lnr the alnlieliee tlun foaming faves to irk their feminine mwnnpanimis. ln llgz- tum- ul "lli Nt'lj1lllllPl'l' l - vii Qi The atmosphere of lantls Q A 2 4 across the tlreamy seas 3 Y A , sparkles in the AHS autli- fax, 1 "A torium as Marguarita anal I 2 !F9bliCi'3 Salazar present the J 5 ' Carinosa' in Philippine 5 Z tlress. 4 1 ,J -L, M,.Z A l H, A F ' 'l i vv--I" , 3 I 1 - 1 A , xi---Ch: My if ."l'R2'-gy . Run az: 4 fi A A ' 5 " ln. 3' s I: A he F fl -A ,U f bs-Hes on their toesfAHS in i gf Arabian lassies jingle and V2 el I jangle to the "Balinese i Y Boogie". -.., 0,0706 lug, l , 5 . 1 ly 5 ' :INN f.' y fi K yy X -' "' 's A I 'I' ' K . :Q - " il 'N 'wif 'Q - .. hal' ' JnnQ'l6'1, ""u.,Kx Th 4 J Uh, bury me not un the lone prairie. Shroutletl in blavk hy candlelight. the faculty menr hers weep enthusiastically river their tlying Faculty Stunt. Helen and Marie play u Couple of lrarf-lout:-tl lmluws ' of the not-so-elite soeial class as they mln their rentli- tion of "A Couple nf Sw:-Hs". 2 do to if X fi 2 H ff J M..- ww MS Women Pav zu! Chuik ttakis Just a little fond affection-Eskimo eta up on t cr 1 ea as s e rea s him to a bottle of vokv. Style' lv ll li A table for two? At AHS the converted lunch tables accommodate as many as possible. Danny Cupid :menus to have dropped one of his hvart- Getting in the swing of it, AHS sludvnls 1-njoy dancing to shape-Ll calling cards at Buzz and l3ev's table. music of the Five Moods. Thaw Whw PM WI The Fzumz Lauri - "Q ' -1 ' Jlrrul lock. spllnteittl the how of the Alib schooner anrl its fun-loving crew nero niaiwmiivtl to the music of the "l"ive Moods" as students sported their ohlest garlis to the Soviul llmiirriitltes lirst ulll- ing ul' the season. "'l'l1v Sliipwrvck Dance". Then Santa Claus and the paint lirushes of tht- lleroration Committee spreatl Yulm-title spirit IIIFOIIPIIIUIII the Cafeteria at the lleccmlwr h'Sn0wliall JHIIIIWUFCPU- The V952 novelty was the gay "Carousel" affair, and lay lnicl-lielvrllary cnpiclis leap year zirrmss haul inspirt-tl thc HIIFIIIIIICS-R as they grahhetl their hes! lwau for the W.l'.:X. "Valentino llopu. The faculty advisers of our Friday nights of revreation were Miss ,lean Swartz. Miss Nlurllin fNlaCuvm'lx. mul Mr. liusil llurton. t'.l X 's --.,7,l.y.x vi - 1 ' 'xni"""s--' X at l f -.K . hAx5',A6rxu I . l x'l'k' f.lllllIlg1 hr-art m'upe'rs. fill-lu llulmvs .mil thi- ill-vnratinli 4-ninlnitlm-v turn mil t'1'm-ulimis for the- Yule-nlinv llup. fx. is ul K NULIAI, COMMITTEE -'Row I: J. Hulsu-tl. M. Hnlim-S. H. Iluiiulmlsnil. ll. WH-iss. I.. St-ilnlf-. U. Iivll. I.. Ilnpkins. II. llay. Run' J: ll Cuniplwll. S. Nivholsun. ll. Daniels. NI. Forlles. I.. Sww-Ilvy. ll. l'rit':-. llmul. Row .iz A, Ilutlggins. NI. llnpkins. K, lluvltn-ll I3 Ilarilvr. I. .Nsrlic-. ll. Purmly. C, Dm-lamlrivr, A. Jurtlan. Row J: l'. fllurtin. l'. NIIIITIIIII. ff. I.. Jolinsun. lf. IiIl2llll'Y. ,l. It-ix. D llicksmi, lf. Nlisf-r. R. I.1xtr:'ll. Row ffff. llilplwvlit. U. Yvolsli-nlinlm. If. I.utlims-r. IJ. Spangllvr. I.. lluriit-X l'. 'I'jslu'w. N. ustL.l. Cuiriu, Rau' 0: R. IIm-nmlersun, M. Nunn. Il. I.. Vlimsil. lf. SIIINPSIZII. . ,Knmlvrsu A ' - f " ,I n. ll. Iillllllhll. ,l. lhilti r. Nl. lxilsmun M Illxl. l.. llimnais. W. Kerrhnvr, ll. Basil. J. Bearilnmrv, M. ilin'r11s.I.. Rulrlmins I Xlvfr - 4 lim k Rf ' Path ' ,. ,. ... . uni. . . , I , 11135: l', liulrwrl : . - ly. llarlmlsl. Rnw 9: Mr. lhxrton. Miss NIaCawwk. N. Garden In The Raimi Dressed in yellow daffodils. red and yellow tulips. glistening rain drops. and other colorful signs of spring. the AHS cafeteria hecomes a 'kGarden in the Rain." the theme of the Spring Formal. Many weeks of hard work and preparations preceded that memorable night of April 4. when those plans were a rcality. Gay couples danced to the smooth music of the ul7ive Moods" from 8:30 to l2:0U olclock. To carry out the theme effectively. Mother Nature provided the pitter-patter of rain just as the dance was coming to an end. M Sf. if This gala group of ten "sitter-outers hnd the topic of conversation highly entertaining. - The gaily decorated refreshment table possesses a magnetic charm. namely, the tasty punch. Buzz. Sonny. and Kenny are the first in line. Gorgteo ws Gowns, Gaz ieiy, Al md Glass Slippers, if C l Presto! The Junior Prom Committee waved its magic wand and transformed our cafeteria into a "Cinderella" fairy tale. With the inspiration of Walt Disney's delight- ful characters, the juniors flipped the pages of the story book to the eve of June 1 for the unveiling of a dreamy atmosphere to 'fsendv AHS Prince Charmings and their drags. Cinderella danced gaily across the blue painted walls, while glass slippers twinkled, and Gus, the rodent gremlin, led the feline Lucifer a merry chase. Johnny Moran's Orchestra supplied the melodious The decoration committee works en- thusiastically as the hour of the dance grows near. t :YE Jimmy Baker, dance chairman, and Meta Holmes, head of the Decoration Committee remi- nisce about the successful .Junior Prom. touch as the class of '52 said uau revoir" to the seniors at their unforgettable Junior Prom. ? ki: "Aw, this is irl's stuff!" Make-up The Costume Committee waves its S may be a feminine touch, but Bill Hlld magic wand. Presto! Meta is gowned Jimmy can't discourage the grease in a flowery creation kwith bobby socks paint appliers, Petra and Gail. and saddles. no lessl. The rollicking campus comedy. Mother is a Freshman. spiced the high school theatrical world as AHS presented its annual senior play under the expert direction of Miss Katherine Kibler. A student troop of actors. hammer-bangers. paint-appliers and lighting-sound technicians brought to life the gay tale of Abigail Fortitude Abbott. This 35-year-old heroine turns Pointer College into a three ring circus and captures the heart of Profes- sor Michaels, the Zoology instructor. All these factors resulted in a mirthful and resounding applause from the audience. Xi Na' "Scho0craft. calling projection booth. We're ready for the spotlight. Jimmy informs the long-distance member The 1952 Senior Play cast was here, not Kilmy as the of the lighting crew. students autograph the flats. VW Bobo and Susan are all decked out for the Fall Dance. C' A Wllllt Orchidu Moiher IS Al Freshman CAST OF CHARACTERS Aliiffail Fortitude Abbott ............ Susan Alwlmott ........... .. . ...... Professor lllieliaels. . . Dean Gillingham. . . llolio Jackson. . . Sylvia ....... Bunny . .. Helen . . . Carrie . . . Clara ...,. Marge ..... sl An old Pointer custom .Janet Halsted ....Pat Mullican Wayne Hughes Fred Witlierm-ll ...Iolm Brooks .Diane Cillum ...Meta Holmes Diane lliekson .lleverly Werz . .. .llarliara Weiss ..... . .Patsy Turner Mrs. Miller. .. .... llominiea Nlileto Jack ....... ..... l 'lilly Nlartin Howie .... ..... S lunley lliee llill .... Jimmy linker You mean !'ou're not lloinll to tlu- mlanee?" afar? iflfllmls fllf' lW'fl'SSl'f lllill ell" IMS li llliml lllllf' for le nance. 6 f 5 ,w-me , e N7 ' ' ' 5? i ' It 1 ll! I lil. ll t e, 'Rqktb NIGNQQ i Q Q l .. K1 2 , ' 'W 9 f ' NRYL ARK - .fi ,S so 'Q3w.e1,4, "im, F 0 if eww in-Q fn, .4 100 1 f Q9 Ars' Wie school year of 1952 draws do em end? Maze excitement of rsizgm: img new yeezrbooks fills fthe elif For their aid in making this AHS chronicle of 1951-52 events a l'l'fl1lfl mtl r tlnin il possi111'l1'ly. we would like to acknowledge our gratitude-- to Mr. lfosler Augustine. Mr. Lynn llelozler, Mrs. Howard A. liinliart nn r lfdwurd Uwens for their enlightening guidance to the stall who sturttd tln lolm "green", lvul found that "experience is the lwesl teaelier : to the irnniediate families of the yearbook editors wlio after lislenin to Vs xkl woes. nislied tliev were distant relatives: to Nlr. lNlarian Warren and Neil Smellow for pictures to spiee tlif pi 1 of lliis liook' and to Mr. Sidney C. Seliultz of H. G. Roelnlck and Company. witli nlioni IIIIIIN i l 1 l952 WAKI2. hours were spent in eonsultation in order to proc nee tie Tm: STAN ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .... ADMINISTRATION ...... ADVERTISEMENTS .... ASSEMBLIES ........ CAFETERIA ........ CHEERLEADERS .... CLASS OFFICERS Freshman ....... Junior ....... Senior . . . Sophomore . CLUBS ........ COMMITTEES Assembly .... Costume .... Make Up . . . Social ....... CURRICULUM Art .......... Business ....... Driver Education .. English ........... Family Relations . .. Foreign Languages . . Home Arts ....... Industrial Arts . . . Journalism ..... Mathematics .... .......... Music. ......... Physical Education a nd Health ..... Science .................... Social Studies . . . ...... . . . . DANCES ......... DEDICATION .... HOMEROOMS Freshman . . Junior ..... Sophomore ..... JUNIOR PROM ..... LIBRARY ........ MAJORETTES .... PATRONS ......... SENIOR CLASS ..... SPORTS Boys' Baseball ...... Basketball .... Football .... Lacrosse .... Soccer . . . Track .... Girls' Basketball .... Fieldball . . . Hockey .... Softball ...... Volleyball .... Intramurals ....... SPRING FORMAL .... ,, INDEX 100 1 1 42-43 06- 120 91 44 79 34 26 8 30 58, 59 90 90 90 95 54 51 45 46 45 47 53 52 46 49 55 56 48 50 94 4- 5 34-38 27-29 3 1-33 97 57 80 02-I 05 9-25 76 74-75 70-71 77 72-73 78 84-85 81 82 86 83 87 96 A Sahruya Aaronmerdedungowitz Mrs. Hilda V. Abbott Charles B. Adams, '44 Emilie Schulz Adams, '19 Mr. 81 Mrs. Sherrill Adams Mrs. Charles Adair Rear Admiral 81 Mrs. Arthur Ageton R.M.I. G Mrs. R. H. Akers Mrs. Alice Adkins Mr. Oliner Adler Mrs. Fred Alexander Mr. Si Mrs. DuVal Allen Mr. 8 Mrs. Philip Alter Mrs. Beverly Ames Mr. G Mrs. James G. Anderson Mrs. Josephine Anderson Annapolis Roads Club Mrs. Wielia Arrigo Midshipman Rae Arison llc Mrs. T. H. Arison Mr. 8: Mrs. Armbruster Mrs. Walter Asche Mr. 81 Mrs. Benjamin F. Asher Don F. Asher, '50 Mrs. Francis P. Asher, Jr. Mr. 81 Mrs. Francis Asher, Sr. Joan V. Asher, '55 Bobby Atwell Mr. S. F. Atwell Mrs. Samuel Atwell S! Sgt. James C. Aubrey Mr. Richard A. Audette Mr. F. T. Augustine Jo Ann Avery Richard L. Ay B Major E. C. Bach Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Bachman Mr. 81 Mrs. M. Bachman Mary Jane Bailey Mr. William T. Bailey Dick Baker, '52 Mr. G Mrs. F. Ernest Baker Jimmy Baker, '52 Maude N. Baker Ralph Joor Baker Ralph R. Baker Mr. 81 Mrs. C. J. Ballman Charles W. Bangert V. H. Banks Bard Avon School Mrs. Charles Barnes Edward M. Barry Barbara Basil, '48 Betty Basil Dr. 81 Mrs. George C. Basil Jack Basil Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Basil Robert Basil, Jr.. '51 Mr. Wilmer Basil Mr. 81 Mrs. Fred Bass Miriam Bausum Mr. Harry L. Beall Mr. 81 Mrs. R. C. Bean Mr. 81 Mrs. F. D. Beans Mr. George Beattie Mrs. Richard Beatty Don Beaver Midshipman Art Bell Mr. 8: Mrs. F. Alton Bell Mrs. Burton Bell Mrs. Ernest Bell Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter S. Bell Charles Bellam, '51 Helen Belch K. R. Belch Mrs. Louise Bembe Mrs. Wm. R. Bernhard Dolly R. Bently Mr. 81 Mrs. John V. Bethel Mrs. Louise W. Bice Mr. Stanley C. Bigler Patrons Mr. W. Bilderback Mr. Anthony Bischoff Mr. Alfred K. Blades Eira Blake Mrs. R. Blalock Mr. 81 Mrs. James R. Bland Mrs. Albert Block Dale Bloodsworth Mrs. J. H. Bock Edith Elizabeth Boettcher Mr. 81 Mrs. J. E. Boettcher Mrs. Louise Boettcher Mrs. Pindall Brashears Bona, Mr. 81 Mrs. Larry Bonari Mrs. L. Borrsuck Mr. H. Hamilton Bossle Mrs. John H. Botzler George P. Bounelis Mr. Warren L. Bouve Alice Springfield Bowen, '44 Richard A. Bowen, '43 Mr. 81 Mrs. Samuel Bowman Mr. Br Mrs. D. Boyd Weston M. Boyd Ritchie Brady, '50 Mrs. William Branner Mrs. Branzell Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas Branzell Mrs. Benj. Brashears D. Brashears, Jr. Robert A. Bready Mrs. Lawrence Breese Lt. Jg. W. G. Brendle Miss Anne Brewer Mrs. Thomas Brewer, Jr. Mr. 81 Mrs. John J. Brezo Mr. Glenn Briggs George F. Bright Dr. Oscar Brilliant Dr. Philip Briscoe Mr. Tom Branzell Pic. Thomas W. Brooks Mr. 81 Mrs. Carl C. Brown Curly Brown Capt. K Mrs. L. F. Brown, U.S.N.R. Lewis 81 Nadine Brown Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert M. Brown, Mr. Frank Bruthers Mrs. L. C. Bryan Shirley Bryan, '54 Professor B. Buffum Mr. Dean Bullen Mr. A. Burdett Mr. 81 Mrs. H. E. Burner Mrs. Authur Burns Edward Burtis, '45 Mrs. W. Lee Burtis Henry Buser, Jr. Mrs. Harold L. Butler Clyde L. Byrnes C Miss Catherine Cadel Mrs. Charles Cadell Mrs. Thomas Cadell Betty Chase Caldwell Mrs. R. E. Campbell Robert H. Campbell, '38 Marion Cantlrr. '51 Miss Phirne Cantler Mrs. Eno Carlson Robert Carmichael Mrs. A. J. Caron Mrs. Henryetta Carpenter Maynard Carr Virgil Carr, Jr. Mrs. L. F. Carrick Mr. 81 Mrs. George Carson Mary Carter Carrie E. Casey Mr. SL Mrs. F. M. Casey Lillian F. Casey, '50 J. G. Catterton Mrs. Leroy Cauffman Miss Sarah Chance, '48 Mr. Daniel B. Chaney Mrs. Emmer R. Chaney Mr. J. Stewart Chaney Anna Characklis, '50 Joyce Characklis, '48 B. D. Chatnet Mr. 0. E. Cherry Mr. Julian N. Childs Dr. 5 Mrs. Stuart Christhilf Mrs. Alma Clancy Mr. 81 Mrs. Guy P. Clark, Jr. Mr. W. C. Claude Phil Clow Roberta V. Clow Luciel V. Coggiano Jennie Colbur Mrs. Jesse Cole Doc. Collins Joseph C. Collinson, Jr. Mrs. Newton B. Collinson Wm. Collinson Mrs. Alma Como Carl Como Geese Como Davey, '51 Reverend Bi Mrs. G. Albert C Mr. John P. Cooper Jimmie Cordel, '51 Mrs. F. G. Corkum Mrs. Evelyn Corley Philip Cowling Coach Cox Ed Cox Miss Katharine Cox ooper Mr. Br Mrs. Maxwell Covington Claire Crocker Mrs. Raymond Crosby Mr. Joseph W. Crosely Cathy Jean Cullimore Mrs. Belle Cummings Mrs. Edward Cummings Mr. Frazier Cummings Robert B. Cullen Richard K. Cunningham Mrs. Wm. Curry A Friend D Dorothea Daniels, '52 Helen C. Daniels, '47 Mrs. Sarah Daniels Bob Dank Mrs. W. S. Davidson James Davies Elizabeth V. Davis Mrs. Smith Davis Mr. Bill Davison Hazel Dawson Shirley M. Dawson Mrs. Robert J. Daywalt Bea Deale, '50 Emerson Deale, '48 Mrs. Louise Deale Mrs. H. M. Dean Mr. Bi Mrs. Andre Deladrier Mrs. Clovis Deladrier Mrs. Fred Dennis Diane Dickson, '52 Charles J. DiFazio Cpl. Warren Dignin Mabel Dixon L. J. Dobb Mrs. Thomas W. Dodson Don and Judy Billy Donaldson Jill Donovan Mrs. Eleanor H. Doran Mr. John L. Doran Mrs. Buci Dorsey Miss Doris Dove Dorothy Dove, '50 Mr. Lee Dove Mrs. W. H. Doyle 1 Mr. 8 Mrs. Donald W. J. Drew Mattie Drury Mr. 81 Mrs. Earl Duckwall Mr. W. B. Duckett Delma B. Duerbeck Mr. 81 Mrs. Dulany Bill Duncan Mrs. Carolyn Duvall Mr. Gordan Duvall Miss Ruby R. Duvall Mr. E. Saunders Duvall Mrs. Jacqueline Dyment A Friend E Julian Easterday Mrs. J. R. Easterday Commander Wayne Eckley Lt. Harold G. Edrington Mr. Kenneth E. Egan Mr. 8: Mrs. Francis E. Eickboff Mrs. Ellen Ehle Mr. Paul Ehle Mrs. Edward Elliott Mr. 81 Mrs. Edwin Elliott Mr. 81 Mrs. Geo. M. Elliott, Sr. Joe Elliott Mackie Elliott, '52 Mrs. Robert H. Elliott Mrs. Winnie Elliott Mr. Raymond Ely Mr. Charles Emory Mr. 8: Mrs. James Engle Mr. 81 Mrs. T. S. Entwisle Stanley Entwisle Mrs. Alfred Erickson, Sr. J. Alma Erickson Mrs. A. Espiriter Ethel and Wayne Rita Eucare, '51 Celia Evans, '48 Mrs. Earl D. Evans Mr. 81 Mrs. Everett Miss Emily Ewing Raymond Eylers, '51 A Friend F Rev. Leslie L. Fairfield George P. Fay Fred Feldmeyer, Jr. Miss Nyce Feldmeyer Mrs. Ruth Feldmeyer Mrs. Guy S. Ferguson Mr. 81 Mrs. J. C. Ferguson Emma A. Feuz Mrs. Jules Fiedler Mr. Eddie Fiseler David Figgs Mrs. Agnes Fisher Helen Fisher, '51 Mr. Charles Fishpaw Bill Flood Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Ford Eleanor Ford, '52 George R. Ford Mrs. George W. Ford J. E. Ford John H. Ford, '50 Mr. 81 Mrs. Boyd Foust Mrs. William C. France Joan E. Frantom, '51 Suzanne Fredenburgh, '50 Mrs. Howard Fredenburgh Mr. Carl N. Fuller R. M. Fulton Mr. Samuel Furman Hattie Mae Futrella G Mrs. Lillian Gallagher Mr. Si Mrs. Benjamin C. Galloway, Donald Galloway Bill Gardner Florence Brooks Gardner, '29 Patrons Miss Helen Gardner Bobby Gaug Miss Anne Gaw Mr. 8: Mrs. Conrad Gaw Mr. 81 Mrs. G. H. Gebbardt Marie Giddinga, '46 Mr. Kr Mrs. Ray F. Gillum Mr. T. F. Gilhuly Edward I. Goddard Ben Goetzel Martha Goldsborough O. J. Goodman Samuel Goodwich Mr. 81 Mrs. C. M. Gosnell Mr. G. Gould Mrs. Blanche C. Graefe Flora Gray, 51 Mrs. John Gray Mr. Green Mrs. N. Greenberg Guelk H Mr. John Hackman Lt. John B. Haines Mr. 81 Mrs. Gardiner Hall Hilding Hall Dr. 81 Mrs. H. V. Hall Lucille Hall Marie Hall Mrs. Peter Hall Margaret Ann Hallock, '48 Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Halsted Mr. 81 Mrs. Jonah Halsted Mrs. William Hambruch B. W. Hamill Mrs. C. W. Hamilton Dorothy E. Hamilton Eleanor Harbaugh Mrs. J. R. Harbaugh Mr. 5 Mrs. Earle Harder Mrs. Agnes Hardesty Bernard 0. Hardesty Commander 81 Mrs. A. B. Harmon Colonel Samuel R. Harris James R. Harrison William P. Harrison Mr. 81 Mrs. W. P. Harrison Mrs. Arlene Hartung Mr. 81 Mrs. Ernest Hawkins Mr. 81 Mrs. K. F. Haworth Mrs. Mary Hayes, '46 Mr. Vernon M. Hayes Mr. 81 Mrs. Bert Hazel Mrs. Lawrence E. Healy Mr. 81 Mrs. Roland Hebden, Jr. Mrs. Heinrich Heep Mr. Harry Heidler Charles Heise Prof. 81 Mrs. Richard E. Heise Robert S. Heise Mr. 81 Mrs. A. L. Hennenberger Mr. H. Elmer Henneberger Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Mr. Ernest Herklotz George I. Herold Betty Herzog Mrs. Robert Herzog Mrs. Hunter W. Heywood G. Hiatt Margaret McGuckian Hibbard, 742 Prof. G Mrs. Edward T. Heise, '30, '32 Mrs. Helen Higgs Mr. 81 Mrs. John P. Highland Noah A. Hillman Mrs. Hodges Mrs. Catherine Hodges Elizabeth Hodges C. Gilbert Hoffman Robert L. Hoffman Mr. 81 Mrs. French Hollidayoke Mrs. M. S. Holmes R. L. Holmes Homeroom 211 Ann Hood, '54 Nancy Hood, '52 Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Hood Dr. Bi Mrs. Donald H. Hooker Mrs. James B. Hopkins Mr. 8: Mrs. John Henry Hopkins, 1 Marion T. Hopkins, '42 Robert A. Hopkins Mrs. Robert Hopkins Betty F. Horton Doris M. Horton Mr. Ted Hoster Mr. 81 Mrs. M. P. Hottel Mrs. R. A. Houghton Mr. 8 Mrs. Albert Housely Allen Housely C. Frederick Houston Mrs. Edward K. How Midshipman George Howard, '50 Mr. Melvin Howard Prof. 8 Mrs. John Hoyt Mrs. A. Hubbard Mrs. Attee Huifer Mr. 81 Mrs. M. W. Hughes Grace W. Hulser Mrs. Harold Hunt Mrs. Walter R. Humphries I Ann lrby A Friend J Mrs. H. C. Jackson Mr. 81 Mrs. Lester L. Jackson Mrs. W. R. Jackson Mrs. C. Jacobs Mrs. W. C. Jamar Mrs. Howard P. Janz Mrs. Edna Jarrell, '30 Mrs. Margaret C. Jaynes Miss June Jensen Miss Harriet E. Jewell Mrs. B. B. Johnson Florence Johnson Harold E. Johnson Mrs. Ray B. Johnson, Jr. Mr. Ray B. Johnson, Sr. Miss Ruth Johnson Prof. R. M. Johnson Mr. Alvin Jones Mrs. Alvin Jones Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Jones Mrs. C. H. Jones Mrs. Clifford Jones Mr. Clinton H. Jones James Jones Lee Jones Mrs. Leslie Jones Mrs. Louise K. Jones Mrs. Phillip Jones Safa Jones Sarah P. Jones Mr. Tom Jones V Sgt. William I. Jones, Jr., U.S.A.F. Vickie Lee Jones Mrs. Wilbur Jones Winnie Jones Mr. K Mrs. Zell Garner Jones Adel Jordan Phebe Jordan Mr. Warren D. Jordan Joyce and Robert Mrs. John Joy A friend of Jimmy Judd Mr. J. W. .Judy Etta C. Jverss K Nancy C. Kaehler, '48 Carl Kaiser Patricia Kaiser, '50 Virginia Kaiser Mr. Karl Kamenberg Benny Katcef Phil Katcef Adrienne Katsef Roland A. Olson Mrs. Samuel S. Katsef Mr. Irvin H. Kauffman Mr. 81 Mrs. C. E. Kautz Earl Kautz, '54 Joe Kavanaugh Thomas E. Keene Mr. William E. Keeser Howard A. Keith E. C. Kellenberg Wiley Keller Bill Kelly, Jr. Mr. Harvey Kelly Harvey E. Kelly, '49 Lorraine Kelly Tom Kelly, '51 Mr. Sr Mrs. Derwood D. Kent Mrs. W. F. Kerchner William F. Kerchner, Sr. Mr. G Mrs. E. J. Kerr George Kenney Charles C. Keyes Miss Katherine Kibler King Mrs. Alice King Mrs. E. C. King John C. King Harvey H. King Mr. 81 Mrs. Howard Kinhart Mr. 81 Mrs. C. J. Kirby Rev. 81 Mrs. Charles Kirkley Mr. 8: Mrs. William Kitchin Dr. M. F. Klawans Mr. H. Klein Mrs. Rachel R. Kleine Mrs. Frank Klepper Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Klimes Frances Klimes '52 Mrs. Robert Knight Reverend Koch Dana Lee Kohler Mr. 81 Mrs. Royden B. Kohler Mrs. William J. Kommers Gerald J. Koren Mr. 8: Mrs. Herschel Kraft Nancy Kraft, '52 Mrs. M. J. Kreez Mrs. Julia Kubitz Mr. Otto Kubitz L Allen J. Lamb Capt. 81 Mrs. R. B. Lank Mr. 81 Mrs. Albert E. Lape John R. Larkin Mrs. Robert Latham Mr. Kr Mrs. Joseph D. Lazenby Alton E. Leatherbury Zella Leatherbury Mrs. Barbara Lee Beverly E. Lee Mr. 81 Mrs. C. F. Lee, Jr. Mr. Vanorden Lee Mr. Thomas Lee Howard A. Legg Mr. 81 Mrs. Earl Leitch Mr. 81 Mrs. Lawrence Leitch Ralph Leitch Dr. 81 Mrs. Nathan Leonard Mr. 81 Mrs. Howard Lerch Mr. 81 Mrs. H. D. LeTourneau Irving Levy Commander 81 Mrs. Chester E. Lt. 81 Mrs. E. G. Lewis Mrs. Howard A. Lewis Mrs. H. E. lewis Mrs. William Lewis Mr. Br Mrs. George S. Lewnes Norma J. Lewnes Mrs. Charles G. Linder Lewis Mr. 8: Mrs. Thomas J. Linthicum Mrs. Mike Lloyd W. E. Locklin Mrs. Naomi Lowman Mr. 81 Mrs. G. R. Luckett Patrons Barbara Lull Dottie Lyne, '50 M Mrs. Ralph MacDonald Mr. 81 Mrs. Ralph MacMurray, Jr. Gregg Magruder Capt. 81 Mrs. W. H. Magruder Majorette Squad Mrs. Maloney Mr. George W. Manby, Jr. Mr. Frank Mango Marilyn Mann Mrs. Helen Manners Miss Lorene Marking Niel Marks Mrs. Leota Marselles Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Ross Marshall Mr. K1 Mrs. Claude J. Marston Jimmy Marston, '51 Mrs. Joseph Martin Mrs. Neal Martin, Jr. Mr. Raymond Martin Mr. 81 Mrs. James B. Martines Mr. William E. Masonic Mr. 81 Mrs. William A. Mathews Mr. 81 Mrs. Allen C. Mayer Bill Mayer Mrs. George Mayer Mr. Rev. Mrs. dt Mrs. William P. Mayer, Jr. Burrett E. McBee Alma L. McClenahan Ethel McCready Miss Mickie McCown Mr. 81 Mrs. R. R. McCown Jack McCrone, '51 Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard B. McCrone, Sr. Mr. 81 Mrs. George C. McGuckian Patrick J. Mclntyre Mrs. John J. McKenna Mr. 8: Mrs. Bernard McNew La Rue McNew, '48 Mr. 8: Mrs. Raymond Meade, '47 Mrs. Wallace Merlette Mr. 81 Mrs. Lawton B. Mellichamipes Jerome L. Mersenski Mary Jane Metcalf, '54 Judge 81 Mrs. Benj. Michaelson Mr. Sr Mrs. Anthony F. Mileto Mr. Frank Mileto Audrey E. Miller Mr. Earl C. Miller Mrs. Gordon O. Miller Mrs. Harry Miller Helen Miller, '53 Mrs. Lilian Miller Mrs. Martha Miller Mr. 81 Mrs. Pete Miller Mike Mirlik, '48 Mr. 81 Mrs. l. J. Miser Mr. John Mize Mr. 81 Mrs. John C. Muate Mrs. M. M. Moesch Mrs. Lorraine Smith Muhlmeister Joan E. Molden, '51 Mrs. G. P. Molden Shirley Monsen, '54 Philip Montalbano Mrs. Bernie Moore Mrs. Helen Mooseles Mrs. Francis Rae Moreland Mr. 81 Mrs. Leroy Moreland Mr. 81 Mrs. Warfield Moreland Angela Moriarty Mrs. E. E. Moss Mrs. James L. Motley Mr. 81 Mrs. V. Moyer Frank E. Mueller Mrs. H. A. Muller, Jr. Jackie Mullican Willard Mumford William E. Murphy Bernard E. Musch, Jr. Miss Dana Musterman Mrs. Muth Mrs. B. T. Myers Mrs. H. E. Myers June L. Myers Shirley Ann Myers, '51 N Mrs. Helen Nalley Mr. Royal Navy Elizabeth Nelson Mrs. Frank Nemith Doug Newell, '50 Miss Linabelle Nicely Angie Nichols Mr. 8: Mrs. George Nichols Miss June Nichols, '50 Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Walter Nichols Robert Nichols Mr. 81 Mrs. Theodore Nichols Mrs. Kate Nicol Leo Nims Dorothy Noble Mrs. Jenny Noble Walter Norman George W. Norris Mrs. Noyce Mr. 81 Mrs. J. R. Nunn A Friend O Mr. Emory M. O'Cain Mr. 8 Mrs. Emory W. O'Cain Mrs. Irving Ochs Mr. Sz Mrs. Daniel C. Olson Cadet Daniel C. Olson, U.S.C.GA Virginia O'Neale Audrey Owens Mr. E. B. Owens Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Edward Owens, Jr Mr. Sidney Owens A Friend , P Mr. 31 Mrs. J. L. Paige Peter Palaigos M. M. Parks Mrs. Elmer E. Parkinson Danny Palmer, '51 J. Frederick Panetti, Ill Andrew Parker Marie Parlett Ruth Parsons, '50 Dr. E. Peabody Bobby Peddicord Edna Mae Peddicord Marion Pennington Mrs. Leta Peret Mrs. Hazel Perry O. M. Perry, Jr. Roberta Perry Mr. R. E. Pettingell Lila C. Peyton Mr. 81 Mrs. John M. Pfautz Margaret Pfingsten, '38 Mrs. Edna Phelps Douglas J. Phipps Mrs. John R. Pierce Mr. Robert C. Pippin Mr. W. D. Platt Mrs. E. Plawin Mrs. Harry Plummer Mrs. Poleski O. H. Polk Mrs. Wm. Price Mrs. Naomi Pruitt Mr. 8: Mrs. David Pumphrey Billy Purdy Mrs. John M. Purdy Mrs. John T. Purdy Sgt. Willis Purdy Mrs. Howard Pyle Q Mrs. J. L. Quasa A Friend R Barabard Ramer Mrs. Donald Rawlings Capt. 8 Mrs. Walter Read Mr. 81 Mrs. Jack V. Reckner Lt. Richard G. Reckner Mr. Robert W. Rector Mrs. J. D. Reed Robert Rehn Chuck Reich Mr. 81 Mrs. L. H. Rembold Mr. 31 Mrs. Clarence Remeley Mr. G1 Mrs. Fred Reppenhagen Nettie Revell Mr. Emory C. Rice, Sr. Hallie P. Rice Elsie M. Richardson, '49 Mrs. Elsie Richardson Mr. 81 Mrs. Conner Ridout Mr. 8: Mrs. Jack E. Riley Robert Kester Riley, '51 Mrs. Edward W. Roberts Miss M. Audrey Robinson Jack Robinson Miss Mildred Rochlitz Joseph F. Rodowsky, '42 Mrs. John Rogers Mrs. Joseph Rosati Mrs. Max Rosenauer Mrs. Beverly Ross Mr. 81 Mrs. Donald F. Rossi Mr. 81 Mrs. John G. Rouse, Jr. Mrs. Jen Rowland Mr. G Mrs. Martin Rowland Mayor Roscoe Rowe Rear Admiral J. R. Rubins Mr. 81 Mrs. P. S. Rudisill Mrs. P. W. Rudisill Dr. 81 Mrs. Oneal F. Russell S Mr. Charles Samaras Mrs. Dafne Samaras Mr. Nicholas George Samaras Mrs. D. Santos Herbert E. Sadler Dr. 81 Mrs. Henry H. Sadler Mr. Herman Sattmary Mrs. H. O. Sattmary Miss Naome Saunders Mrs. George Schaelier Mary C. Scavlon Mr. 8: Mrs. William Schenck Mr. Herman E. Schieke Antoinette Schifanelli, '48 Mr. 61 Mrs. Irving Schlusemeyer Charles Schmidt Mrs. L. C. Schmidt Mr. Louis Schmidt Mr. 8 Mrs. Howard Schofstal Mr. 81 Mrs. J. E. Scboocraft Steven Paul Schwartz Mr. 81 Mrs. William Scible Ida Ann Sears, '50 Miss Jane Sears, '46 Leah May Sears, '55 Edwin R. Seeders Myrtle E. Shaween Margaret Shawn Margaret Shepherd Mr. J. R. Sherald Mrs. R. T. Sherald Mrs. Marion Sherbert Mr. Ri Mrs. Walter H. Sherbert Mrs. William T. Sherbert Charles H. Shemian Elizabeth Sherman, '50 Pat Sherwood. '52 Mrs. Paul B. Shovestul Mrs. Irving Simmons John A. Skladowsky, Jr. Anita Parkinson Skordas, '34 Gust Skordas, '30 A. C. Skortz Ml. 81 Mrs. Richard Slama Patrons Austin J. Slater John Slavin Joe Small, '44 Mrs. Charles W. Smith, Jr. Mr. Charles W. Smith, III Mr. Clarence Smith Mr. Howard Burgess Smith Captain John T. Smith Mrs. M. J. Smith, Jr. Naomi S. Smith Miss Ruth Ann Smith Mrs. Roland T. Somers Mr. 81 Mrs. William Sorrell Drusilla Spangler Capt. 81 Mrs. Spangler Mr. 8: Mrs. David H. Specht Mrs. Mary Specht Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Speicher Mr. Milborne Spence Capt. 81 Mrs. Spencer George Springfield, '51 Larry Springfield, '50 Mrs. L. A. Springfield Alvin A. Spriggs Mr. Bert Spriggs Mr. Franklin Spriggs Mrs. Katherine Spriggs Mr. Melvin T. Spriggs Mrs. H. M. Stallings Richard Stallings Mr. J. D. Stanley Betty Stehle Mr. 81 Mrs. J. J. Stehle Mrs. Josephine Steiner Clayton Stevens, '51 Fay Stevens, '51 Mr. G Mrs. H. A. Steward Mrs. Robert James Stewart Mrs. Kenneth Stine Betty Stockett, '49 Mr. B. F. Stockett Evelyn Stockett, '51 Cosby M. Stockes, Jr. Samuel S. Stokes Betty Stuller, '51 Mrs. H. J. Sturdevant Mr. 81 Mrs. Stewart Suite Theodore Sutphin Robert Svolos, '51 Mrs. Theo. Svolos Miss Jean Swartz Mr. Thomas Sweeny Katherine Swenson T Charles "Buddy" Tack Wm. J. Taman Mr. Henry J. Tarantino Mr. William Tarser Mr. Alvin Taylor George E. Taylor L. A. Taylor Mary Ellen Taylor, '52 Mrs. C. Terwilliger Mrs. Allison Ten'y Druscilla Terry The Great One Carl S. Thomas Louise J. Thompson Mr. Lewis L. Tilghman Jefferson M. Tingle Beckey Tirshman, '50 Tony I Mrs. Ira Townley Mr. Joseph Tramer Bill and Betty Trappe Dr. and Mrs. G. Douglas Trettin Emily Trevett, '52 Mrs. John P. Trimmer Mr. J. C. Trueblood Mrs. Richard L. Tuhman E. M. Tucker Mr. G Mrs. John Tucker Mr. 81 Mrs. Preston Tucker Tommy Tucker Mrs. Violet Tucker Mrs. Barnes P. Turner Carol Ann Turner Mr. G Mrs. Lee Roy Turner Mid'n. Lee Roy Turner, '50 Virginia L. Tumer Nelson Tydings, '51 U Mrs. B. Scott Umberger V Jimmy Vanderburgh, '50 Mary Vanderburgh, '51 John Vougius Mrs. Veltman W Mid'n. E. K. 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MEADE CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Residence P. 0. Box 432 State Street Annapolis 206 Eastport Annapolis, Md. Life Time Homes are Built by Meade DIAL 2061 THOMAS G. BASIL REAL ESTATE - and - INSURANCE Annapolis, Maryland Congratulations to THE CLASS OF 1952 THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK of Annapolis ld' - O'Shea TILGHMAN COMPANY Annapolis Agents for Stiej - Gorham - Towle - Lunt International - Heirloom Sterling Silver tote Circle, Annapolis, Maryland Outfitters Reach - Wilson - Spa mg 'A' When Thinking of Sports Goods . . . The Eddie Leonard Sporting Goods Co. THE SPORTSMAN'S CENTER OF ANNAPOLIS to the Annapolis High School 169 Conduit Street at Main 44 S ANNAPOLIS 6800 S H O P A T . . . Compliments of the M U R P l'l Y ' S MacMurray Leading Store of Annapolis 100-106 Main Street Construction Company Severna Park PHONE 382 F. P. ASHER, JR. and SONS INCORPORATED CONTRACTORS Annapolis, Maryland Best Wishes to the G Compliments of COUNTY TRUST CO OF MARYLAND Maryland Annapolis raduates of 1952 CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH CARS 6 - S Imperial R Telephone .1011 MARYLAND GARAGE, Inc. 170-172 Conduit Street Annapolis, Maryland Complinwnts of CAPITAL CITY FLORISTS Corsages - Cut Flowers - Pollvcl Plants FUNERAL DESIGNS FLOWERS OF ALL KINDS for every occasion Teleffra vll Deliver Service D 1 Y Greenhouses: Tyler Avenue, Eastport PHONE 5121 Compliments of LABOVITZ SHOES C0"lPli"le"f5 158 Main Street of Annapolis, Maryland 'ilinown for Nationally Known Slzoosv Inc. l 1 F I LABOVITZ CO. 122 Main Street 7'lL'EN-AGERS-Slzop Here For Your Clothes 225 Hanover Street Annapolis, Maryland THE HODGES AGENCY REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 49 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, Md. VENETIAN BLINDS WINDOW SHADES UPHOLSTERING CITY AWNING CO. 1311 West Street Compliments Compliments of Of HAR RY'S J. R. MCCRONE, JR. CIVIL ENGINEER and SURVEYOR MOTOR SALES Sales -- STUDEBAKER - Service 90 Compromise Street Annapolis, Maryland TEL.: 9231 Cmnplinienfs Of DU NTON BROTHERS PLUMBING M HEATING South Shore 4031 Annapolis, Md. HARRY A. MEISEL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 913 West Street Annapolis, Maryland Telephone 6966 -VISIT- MAYO BEACH Compliments of TOMMY'S GARAGE Strictly a Family Beach 3 Mile ouk ON THE CHESAPEAKE BAY PALMERIS TRANSFER - AT - COMPANY Mayo' Maryland Annapolis, Maryland Phone 3587 nsmokeygg limmplesil Good LlIClC ,52l fI'0m , FAMILY SHOE STORE "Stonewall" "Brooks ' ,M T- Schenker, 30, 118 Main Street Annapolis, Md RUN R'aH.r o " Compliments of 0 . 4I'iP 1 minu s -1.1.-1 A 176 Main Street Annapolis, Md. 134 Main Street APPAREL SHOP 'I64-'I66 Main Street JESS RADIO and ELECTRIC Francis Street at Main Street Annapolis, Maryland Eyes Examined Daily 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Phone 3351 The Columbia Jewelry Co. Jewelers - Watches - Diamonds - Opticians 'I38 Main Street Compliments of W. R. CHANCE and SON Certified Watchmakers and Jewelers 'l'l0 Main Street Phone: 2404 Annapolis, Md You Will Enjoy Shopping At L. P. B E R M A N ' S "Shop of Quality" "HAT SHOP" 186 Main Street "Always Something New' 197 Main Street Annapolis, Md. Gifts - Cards - Engraving - School Supplies MONTAGUE-KYLE, INC. "Next to Gas and Electric" 207 Main Street Phone 6157 Compliments of SAMUEL S. STOKES FANCY oR0cER1Es FABRIC MART Telephone 81111 232 Main Street Annapolis, Md. Compliments of THE ANITA SHOPPE 181 Main Street Phone 2402 Yarns Millinery Compliments of COMMUNITY LOANS 228 Main Street Annapolis, Maryland JOSEPH D. LAZENBY Insurance and Real Estate 214 Main St. - Tel. 2684 - Annapolis, Md. "In Annapolis Since 1880" Telephone 3909 BERNARD J. WIEGARD Real Estate and Insurance Hotel Marylond Bldg. Annapolis, Md. "Flowers for All Occasions" The Academy Flower Shop Lester B. Wayan, Prop. 139 Prince George St. Annapolis, Maryland Res. Phone 4409 Bus. Phone 3200 Phone S. P. 495 SEVERNA PARK BAKERY Riggs Avenue and Old Annapolis Road Now Baking on Premises Weems System of Navigation 227 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Maryland AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL Courses in Marine and Air Navigation Compliments of CLIFF DAWSON STORE Severna Park, Maryland FRED E. VOGES Real Estate and Insurance 221 Main Street Hotel Maryland Bldg. Phone: Annapolis 4477 Annapolis, Md. SEVERNA SERVICE STATION At Macey's Corner S. .l. Macey and D. H. Macey -ESSO- SEVERNA DELICATESSEN Telephone Severna Park 42 Old Annapolis Boulevard Severna Park, Maryland Hours: 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.-7 Days a Week 4 Winegardner's Crown Service Amos Garrett Blvd. and West St. Annapolis, Maryland Compliments of Mary Louise Beauty Salon 'll Monticello Avenue Estella G. Gladden Compliments of COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Annapolis, Maryland CHRIS' BILLIARDS - Annapolis High's Own - For Good Food and Drink 275 West Street Chris S. Psamadakis Compliments of BETHOLINE-SINCLAIR SERVICE H254 127 west sheet 927 West Street Phone 3B7'l Annapolis, Maryland Allllilwlisf M0l'Yl0"d Dollar for Dollar You Can't Beat a P T l A 0 N C Phone 6102 Mqfberf M91-org, Ing, 252 West Street Annapolis, Md. 261 West Street Phone 2335 CANDY - COSMETICS Phone 3710 We Buy Anything Annapolis Junk and Salvage Co. We Buy All Kinds of funk Charles Schwartzberg 929 West Street Annapolis, Md. Compliments of Jim's Corner Restaurant 294 West Street Annapolis, Md- Compliments of BOWEN'S STORE Eastport Congratulations CLASS or 1952 V. H. HUSE Your FORD Dealer Compliments to THE CLASS OF 1952 H. DO Compliments of ARUNDEL RUG CLEANERS D G E Spa Road West Street AN NAPOLIS BUICK COMPANY EVA GU DE BRANDT - REALTOR - 240 West Street Ammpoml Maryland Real Estate Sales and Rentals phone 2341 20 West Street Annapolis, Md. Phone 4612 Tel. 2492 Compliments of NAT GATES, JR. and SON Marine Engines - lnboard - Outboard Sales and Service Columbian Propeller and Bronze Distributors MAN DRIS RESTAURANT 2 and 4 Market Space Annapolis, Maryland Compliments of SADLER'S HARDWARE STORE 'I22-128 Dock Street Annapolis, Md. Annapolis 4640 'I00 Compromise St. W Annapolis, Md. Compliments of GOTTLlEB'S DEPARTMENT STORE Men's - Ladies' - Children's Ready-to-Wear Apparel 34 Market Space Annapolis, Md. Home Cooked Meals From 6 A.M.-12 Midnight Quick Service - Reasonable Prices NEW GRILL RESTAURANT 105 Main Street Annapolis 9642 MiIler's Department Store VEGETABLES - FRUITS "The Best Crown" Farm Produce Fresh Daily Eggs - Fresh Frozen Foods 44 West Street Annapolis, Md. Ph 5112 ROLAND A. BROWN one At the City Market Annapolis, Md. Congratulations to the Class of 1952 M. and LINCOLN MERCURY Hardware - Paints - Oils - Varnishes . Pl b' - El ' l 81 B S l' Bert Spriggs Motor Sales, lnc. um mg mum out apples 26 West Street Phone 9234 Corner Randall Street and Market Space A. GREENGOLD Men's and Boys, Clothing and Furnishings The Store for the Lad and His Dad Since 1908 Annapolis, Maryland 46-48-50 West St. Phone 3600 Compliments of KING'S BAKERY "Baked Goods of the Better Kind" 56 West Street Phone 7530 The Willis Furniture Store We Buy and Sell New and Used Furniture and Antiques 2010 West St. Ext. Annapolis, Md. Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. 8 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland Annapolis 82771 Night: Annapolis 81129 - West River 6572 Advance Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Company, lnc. MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS Plumbing - Wiring - Heating - Repairs Kelvinator Appliances - Convenient Terms 2056-2058 West St. Ext. Annapolis, Md. Compliments of LESTER B. BOWEN -- Electrical Contractor - Annapolis 7918 Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1952 Official A.H.S. .lewelry STEARNS COLONIAL JEWELERS Annapolis Travel Service Airlines - Steamships - Hotels 44 Maryland Avenue 47 Maryland Avenue Phone 2036 Also Insurance Telephone 3474 , 3- 1 'TE Y 'rl-na Powosn Purr .Jax F1 iii' - BEAUTY SHOP - ri , 38 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, Md. bv sT .i.r5REgV Compliments Shop e Fashion giggle of G. and J. GRILL 53 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, Maryland SHIRLEY RAY PAUL Congratulations CLASS OF 1952 co. Annapolis Chapter Eustvort ORDER OF DeMOLAY Telephone 2292 We Call For and Deliver RAINBOW CLEANERS Annapolis' Oldest Cleaners Dry Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing - Storage 1801 West St. 201 Main St 404 4th St., Eastport Congratulations and Best Wishes The Flower Mart 90 Maryland Avenue ICorner State Circle and Maryland Ave.l Your Leading Florist Phone 7510 Krause Furniture Company "The House of Select Furniture" 1800 Block West Street Annapolis, Maryland MILLER'S MEAT MARKET Fresh and Smoked Meats - Groceries 1 100 West Street AnnoP0IIS, Md- Dial 3888 Capital Fruit and Produce Co. 128-130 Main Street Annapolis, Maryland Phone: S. P. 338 Night: S. P. 227-.I Road Service - Night Service FISH PAW SERVICE STATION fAAA Station? Amoco Products Tires - Tubes - Batteries - Accessories Governor Ritchie Highway near Jonas Station HEIDLER and BRANZELL PLUMBING AND HEATING 208 Taylor Avenue Compliments of W. R. KENNERLY Annapolis, Md. Phone 2239 COMMU N ITY MEAT MARKET Choice Meats, Provisions and Groceries 28-30 Market Space Annapolis, Maryland .laaug aiaoag aougad 6Ll 38O.LS DMICI 3921039 3DNIUd IB HLLEIDHOHO Pu' 'EIAVCI 'DOG woxj-zsaysaq pun zsazsow sq: HD not qsgm am Rates Very Reasonable Mrs. Juanita T. Jernigan, Prop. CAPITAL CITY formerly GEORGE JERNIGAN - Sanitary Sewer Service - Annapolis 9567 Edgewater, Md. Compliments of Arundel Appliance Sales Co. Westinghouse Quality and Service 145 West Street Telephone 9265 Compliments of BOB BORTELL'S BARBER SHOP Three Mile Oak Compliments of ARNOLD ESSO SERVICE Arnold, Maryland Phone: Annapolis 9836 Compliments of The Ushers of the Circle Theatre BUDDY HALBIC - MELVIN WILKERSON MONEY FRENCH - CHARLES REESE Compliments of DAMMEYER and BEANS W GENERAL INSURANCE - Compliments of ALLEN'S GENERAL STORE Riva, Maryland Meyer L. Frieman Allen E. Frieman RIGGlN'S AUTO SERVICE Body and Fender Work 2026 West Street Parole, Md. Compliments of DICK TUCKER'S AMOCO SERVICE STATION . . . Reo Sales Dealer . . . Parole, Maryland PAUL'S RESTAURANT Riva, Maryland Telephone 9761 Specializing in Home Cooked Food Served to Please Every Taste Steaks - Chops - Sea Foods - Italian Pizza PAUL J. DIGGINS Floor Surfacing Contractor Old Floors Refinished - Hardwood Floors Installed Day or Night Call Liberty 8425 3822 Hayward Avenue Baltimore I5, Md. Compliments of J. HALSTED - REAL ESTATE - Severna Park, Maryland Phone: Severna Park 73 Moving - Hauling - Storage PERSONAL SERVICE Annapolis 2781 Compliments of JAMES J. STEHLE COMPANY . . . GENERAL CONTRACTORS Compliments of THE GLEN BURNIE BOWLING CENTER Glen Burnie, Maryland IIDOCII Compliments of C U L L I M O R E ' S Where Bay Ridge Meets Chesapeake Avenue Eastport Eastport Compliments of Annapolis Army and Navy Surplus 'I49 West Street Phone 2660 Annapolis, Md. Compliments of The Oldest Boat Yard in Annapolis SARLES BOAT and ENGINE SHOP Compliments of W. C. JAMAR CANDY CO. RlTA'S CONFECTIONERY Annapolis 81423 441 Fourth Street - Eastport PETRINI SHIPYARD Eastport ANNAPOLIS FURNITURE CO. 112 West Street Annapolis, Md. Phone 2140 TELEVISION APPLIANCES RALPH CHEVALIER - REAL ESTATE - 2412 Minnesota Avenue, S.E. Washington, D. C. Ludlow 4-1800 S. Shore 4-34-8 Don't Forget THE H ITCH ING POST 220 Prince George Street Harry Day ROXSHIIH Day Compliments Of IDA'S DRESS SHOP Compliments Radio Station WANN Maryland's Capital Station 1190 on Your Dial RlCHMAN'S DRUGS The Prescription Store Greyhound Agent Phone 6840 90 West Street JOHNNlE'S Esso Service Station Lafayette Avenue and West Street Annapolis, Maryland Compliments of PRESTO LUNCH 63 West Street Phone 9827 MODERN CERAMIC STUDIO Complete Line of Ceramic Supplies Phone 2191 33 West Street OSCAR SHACKS CO. Dresses - Coats - Millinery 37 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland Housewares - Gifts - Appliances The Home Appliance Company Makers of Happy Homes Sole Agent for Mojud Hosiery and Lingerie 51 Weil' sffeef TCICPIWHB 6433 P int - Televi ' - Hardware - Hot Poi tAppl' nc s i Pllumhing Supiiliels - B. Goodrich This - Baiileriss Compliments of ubes Economy Auto Supply Co., Inc. CAPITAL SHOE STORE Phone 9222 , 25-27 West Street Annapolis, Md. 35 Wes' sheet Annapolis' Md' Compliments of POLAN'S 5c - 51.00 STORE 39 West Street Phone 2655 - 81882 45-49 West Street - 1714 West Street THE HENRY B. MYERS CO. Farm and Home Supplies Since 1880 Annapolis Maryland Tam Joines, Prop. Annapolis 6124 RELIABLE RECAPPING CO. 439 Fourth Street, Eastport Annapolis, Maryland AN NAPOLIS MESSAGE CENTER 3 Church Circle "lf You're Starting in Business See Us" Desk Space - Telephone Answering Public Stenographer BRIDGEWAY PHARMACY Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1952 Eastport J. IRVING BIRD SHELL STATION Lubrication - Washing and Polishing Tires - Tubes - Batteries - Accessories Service Calls Tel.: Annapolis 9621 Sixth Street Compliments of J. BROOKS MELLOR Henry M. Bachman Home Insurance Company Severna Park Maryland Compliments of G. T. SHERWOOD and CO. WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERS 257-9-11 Evergreen Avenue Baltimore 14, Maryland Compliments of Charles F. Lee Company, Inc. Lee Building Annapolis, Maryland W. H. M. SMITH AGENCY - Realtors - lnsurors - 11 School Street Phone 4221 Annapolis, Maryland GLOBE FURNITURE CO. 238 West Street QUALITY FURNITURE Phone 2733 B. L. HOPPING and SON FUNERAL HOMB 170-172 West Street Annapolis, Maryland Telephone: 3827 Compliments of ANNAPOLIS STORAGE CO. Moving - Packing - Shipping Rug Cleaning Slip Covers - Draperies - Upholstering AN NAPOLIS DECORATORS 164 West Street Phone 3113 E. and E. SUPER SERVICE West Street and Southgate Avenue Approved Lubrication - Tires - Batteries Accessories American AMOCO Cas Phone: 4000 Compliments of ANNAPOLIS NASH COMPANY ERMAN O. DILL Plumbing - Heating - Oil Burners Severna Park, Maryland Phone: Severna Park 32 Compliments of ROOKIE'S MEAT MARKET 231 West Street QUALITY MEATS - POULTRY Phone 8124-0 Compliments of RUTH SPECIALTY SHOP Ruth K. Rosenbloom 161-A Main Street Annapolis, Md. Compliments of SINGER SEWING CENTER WOLLMAN'S SHOES Home of Advertised Brands 129-131 Main Street Dial 3372 Hopkins Furniture Company Home of Better Furniture 123-127 Main Street Annapolis, Md Phone: 4551 Compliments of S. T. SHORES Compliments of E. J. KRAMER Compliments of JOHN M. TAYLOR and SON Phone 2244 Annapolis Maryland Compliments of CLARENCE E. TYLER M44 U 'U - f.?II.:Q Awzy ,A MH J ,Ai xxdl T I ,DEL 'W q f7?p5' fs iw? iffy-Effdilx k5

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