Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1953
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word, thc Senior Class presents
the people, places, and events
of this year of their lives at An-
napolis High School, on the fol-
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As we, the Seniors, finish our journey
through Annapolis High, we leave behind
many unforgettable and precious mem-
As lowly freshmen, we crept about the
halls, afraid to speak in overtones. As
sophomores, we were beginning to under-
stand the school rules and regulations. As
juniors, we became more competent and
assured, for we were part of the upper
Today, the faculty are no longer stran-
gers, but friends. The stars of our teams
are the boys and girls of our class.
Life at A.H.S. has been the stepping
stone from childhood into the waiting
ayears of life. What is in store for us is un-
known, but one thing is certain, if we make
use of the opportunities provided by the
school, we will be prepared for a successful
To preserve these fond memories of life
at Annapolis High, we present the 1953
WAKE in an attempt to portray the events
as we lived them.
ADMINISTRATION 65' FACULTY .
THE SENIOR CLASS .
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"The earth is warmed by the kindly sun,
But live: are warmed by the deeds of men,
And their words of praise when our best we've done
And the parting wish that we'll meet again."
Our understanding friend and leader
completes this June her thirtieth year of
teaching English to Annapolis High School
students. Her influence toward the better
things in life has given every Senior an
inspiration they will carry throughout
It is with sincere gratitude that we, the
editors, do affectionately dedicate this, our
1953 WAKE, to Miss Elizabeth V. Davis.
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My message to the Class of 1953 may
be illustrated by the story of the boy who
was sent with an order to the grocery store.
The grocer filled the order and placed the
package on the counter while the boy
browsed around. Later as the boy started
to leave without his order, the grocer call-
ed, "Hey, Son, don't forget your packagelw
This story, with its moral, is a reminder
to you never to forget the real purpose of
your mission in life. As an employee, you
are morally obligated to give an honest
day's work, a full measure of your time
and effort. Neglect not your responsibili-
ties if you are placed in a position of trust.
Regard the sacrifices made for those of
you who go on to college.
My message, then, is this: Take up your
mission thoughtfully and purposefully. Se-
niors, "Do not forget your package!"
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Mr. Olson, Mr. Moorv, Mr. Cox, Mr. Thompson, Mr, Kunklc,
Mr. Rogc-rs, Miss Marking, Mr. Dil'i2l2i0, Miss Ewing.
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Frank Walsh, President
Beverly Hedges, Vice-President
Evelyn Sweeney, Secretary-Treasurer
Mrs. Stella M. Morris, Miss Mary
Louise Hicks. Mr. Chester A. Peregoy
M. ANNE ADAMS . . . Sweet, neat 'n petite, "Shorty" will make a
good office worker, came to us in her Junior year from La Plata
High School. She likes to roller skate, swim, and eat fried chick-
eng dislikes homework, tests, and oral reports. Intends to get a
job and then-Oh Well!
moam C. ASCHE . . . Busy "Ing", always sweet and helpful,
heads for U. of M .... Fieldball 2,3,4g J.V. Basketball 1, Var.
Basketball 2,3,4g Softball Ig Volleyball 3,45 Soc. Comm. 1,2,3, Jr.
Prom 3: Ath. Rep. l,2,3,4, Alt, 25 V. P. 2, Tally-Ho l,2,3,4-3
Traf. Sq. 45 WAKE 4, Var. UAH Club Sec. 43 Phys. Ed, Asst. 3,4.
HENJAMIN F. ASHER . . . "Ben", a boy of ours from way back,
says that he has had fun while attending A.H.S.g likes sports in
the form of football, soccer, and swimming, but can't stand home-
work. He plans to attend U. of Maryland and study engineer-
ing . . . Soccer 3,45 Baseball 3.4.
CLYDE N. ATWELI ..,. Loyal "Eastporter", Noel, better known
to his close friends as "Noodles", has not yet decided which col-
lege he will attend after graduation, he likes hunting, skating,
dancing, boating, swimming, and good food . . . J.V. Football
1 3 Baseball Mgr. 1 3 Visual Aids 3,4. .,
MARTIN BALI ..... 1 X real whiz on wheels, easy-going Martin
heads his list of interests with Roller-Hockey, while hot-rod races
and girls run a close second: often seen sporting around town in
a green Plymouth: favorite pastime is huntingg has no specific
plans for the future.
AUUREY 1., BARNES . . . Blonde, blue-eyed, sociable Audrey, hopes
to go to Maryland Institute: likes sports, dancing, 'n Latin Ameri-
can music: lists dating, eating, cooking as hobbies . , . Chorus 23
Operetta 2: Art Exhibit 33 Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Soc. Comm. 45
'Traffic Squad 43 Intra. Basketball 1.
GHARU-:s C. BARNES . . . 'iCharlie", a Homewood boy suffering
with the wanderlust, wants most to travel, to see places he hasn't
seen: therefore, can most frequently be found working on his
car: hopes to study Mechanical Engineering, is blonde and blue-
cyed, with a. healthy appetite for Maryland Style Fried Chicken.
mwmaw BARNES . . . Dark haired, brown-eyed and versatile:
'fDink" is in Tri-Hi-Y and Tau Omicron Phi: plans to become a
Navy wife: likes swimming, Hawaii . . . H.R, Rep. lg Cheer-
leader 1,2,33 Traffic Squad 4: J. V. Softball 1,23 Hockey 1,23
Basketball 1, 2: Intra. Basketball 1,2g Softball l,2.
MYUN BARR . . . Musically-Minded Mylin has his own radio
show and is church soloistg favorite food? Spinach! . . . As-
sembly Comm. l,2g Uperctta 1,23 Make-up Comm, 2,3,4: Caf.
Helper 2,3,4g Tally-Ho Bus. Staff 2,3,4g Chorus 2,3,4g All Coun-
ty Chorus 2,33 All State Chorus 35 WAKE 4, Traffic Squad 4.
ELIZABETH v. BARRY . . . "Betty", a future secretary, expects to
pound a typewriter all day, dislikes include lower lockers, wash-
ing dishcs, and brothers . . . J.V.: Softball 2g Basketball 2,35
Var. Hockey 2,3,4g Soc. Comm. 21 WAKE Adv. 2,3,4g Chorus
2,1i,41 Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Trafhc Squad 4, Tri-Hi-Y.
JOIIN s. BASIL . . . "Jack" with his many interests including water skiing, hunting, and his
own radio programs, plans to enter the Marines after attending Md. U .... Stunt Nite 4: Jr.
Prom Comm. 3, Social COIHIH. 3,45 WAKE Circulation Comm. 4.
MARY Lou BAUER . . . Vivacious "Brown Eyes", fancies Lincolns and convertibles, enjoys
having a good timcg desires to be a Medical Secretary or a Nurse . , . WAKE Chief Typist,
Circulation and Make-up Committees 4, Social Committee 45 Traffic Squad 4, Senior Play
Selection Comm, 4.
MIRIAM G. BAUSUM . . . Sweet personality, lovely voice. Counts, calculates, and checks all
the money that circulates 'round the school. A course in music at Mars Hill College, N. C.
is in view for Miriam . . . Varsity Volleyball 23 Chorus 2,3,4g School Treasurer 4.
ROBERT J. IIAZZELI ,... Tall, blue-eyed "Buz" is a recent arrival at A.H.S., formerly attend-
ed Lisbon High in Southern Maryland. High on the list of his favorite pastimes is guitar
music in the hill-billy style.
w. OLIVER Bl-BALL, jR .... Dark-eyed Billy enjoys dancing, sports, and girls, hopes to study
eleetrieal engineering at the University of Maryland . . . Soccer 3, Baseball 35 Chorus 3,43
Visual Aids Committee 3.
RALPH E. BEAVERS . . . WVho's the driver of the customized Ford? That's none other than
"Buddy", Co-Captain of the football team. If college doesn't get him, the Marine Corps
will . . . Varsity: Football 3,45 Baseball l,2,3,4g Basketball 3,45 J.V, Basketball 25 Foot-
CAROLYN BEAVIN . . . "Take a letter, Miss Beavin," will soon be a familiar saying to Carolyn,
who plans to become a secretary. K'Punch" is also interested in music . . . Intra. Fieldball
lg J.V. Basketball, Chorus 2,3,4g Stunt Nite 3,45 Operetta 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4.
EDWARD BECK . . . "Eddie" came to A.H.S. this year from Northwestern High. Though his
future is undecided, he is very much interested in auto mechanics and likes to work with
model automobiles in his spare time.
JAMES G. BELCH . . . "Lightning" Belch earned his nickname on the A.H.S. football team.
'jimi' likes to sleep, eat shrimp, and drink beer. He hopes to attend West Point Military
Academy. A future General? . . . Varsity: Lacrosse 1,2,3,45 Football 2,3,4g Intra. Basket-
PATRICIA A. BELL . . . After attending Bard Avon, "Pat', would like to travel and someday
live in the "Paradise of the Pacificw, Honolulu. Swimming and sports are among her top
interests . . . Softball 45 Basketball 15 Majorettes l,2,3,4g Assembly Committee 1.
RUTH 41. nnNTi.m' . . . "Ruthi0's" intcrrsts arc skating, swinnning, and football: also likcs
1-ating spaghctti: ambition is to finish school and work for a whilc. "Ruthie-" has bccn an
officc workcr, in which slic has donc typing for thc attcndancc dircctor.
Roni-:RT HI-lRTl .... Franklin High School's loss was our gain. Bob camc to us from Pcnnsyl-
vania whcrc hc acquircd a tastc for stcak and mashcd potatocs. CExpcnsivc tastcll Ili-
hopcs to rcccivc an Acadcmic diploma and would likc to attcnd collcgc.
MARIE v. BHTHHI ,... Full of fun, pcp, and cnt-rgy . . . WAKE -l: Majorcttcs l,2,fl,4lg Jr.
Prom Comm. Chrinn. 3: Traffic Sq. 4: Honor Soc. 3: Scc, 4: Asscmbly fl: H. R. Alt. 2,'l1
Chorus 2,331 Opcrctta 2: Stunt Nitc 3,42 Soc. Comm. l: Club Comm. l: Y. Softball
Mgr. 2: Intra. 2.
NVILLIAM H. mon . . . Likcs radios, cars, foods, and girls: sccrct dcsirc is to own a rcally
supcr hotrod with all thc trinnnings: Bill's futurc plans includc working for a local plumbing
supply company . . , TraH'ic Squad Al : Varsity Football -l.
KENNETH iz. BLOCK . , . Yvar-round sportsman . . . Jr. Prom Connn. Co-chairman 3: H.R
R:-p, 2: Tally-Ho lg Stunt Nitc 2,41 Hi-Y 2,1533 Modcl Lcgislaturc 2,Il,'l: Asst-ni. l,llg Var
Club Ml: Football l,2: Baskctball 2,32 Var, Football 3,41 Lacrossc 2,fl,l: jr. Civitan
3,'l: WVAKE Lit. 4.
iz, SAMUI-Il. noi.Axn . , . Did ezonu-onc nicntion DIXIE? Brown-cycd Sain, who cami- to ns
in his Scnior ycar from Grccnvillc, S.C., likcs only .voulhern fried chick:-n: this wondcrful
danccr and activc lli-Y nu-inbcr will study cnginccring at South Carolina L' .... Baskct-
ball l: Track 4.
l-1I.li.-XNUR I.. BONVMAN . . .
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privatc sccrr-tary: plans include a 1'l'I'I2llI'l futurc tcachcr from Towson , . . Junior Prom
Connnittcc Il: Traffic Squad 4: Oflicc Hclpcr l: WVAKE Typing Cornniittcc -l.
H.-XRIKARA IKRAMIILE . . . Barb, a futurc nursc, likcs food, swimming, and icc-skating . . . NYAKE
Litcrary sl: Circulation 4: Chorus 2,332 Opcrctta 2: Honor Socicty 351: V, Prcs. 4: Jr.
Prom Comm. Chairman Il: Varsity Hockcy 3,41 Varsity "A" Club: Intra. 4: Traffic Squad -l.
JANICE H. nRANzi21.I ..,. Fivc fcct, one inch, and mighty proud of that onc inch: Janicc
likcs to hclp pcoplc land who wouldn't likc to bc hclpcd by he-r?D: futurc plans includn-
collcgc . . . WAKE Patron Comm. -l: Club Rcp. -l: Chorus 2,1243 Opcrctta 2: TraHic Squad Al.
IVA I.. ixRAsHieARs .... N futurc homcmakcr, "Babe-" cnjoys sc-wing and cooking: plans to
attcnd Straycr Busincss Collcgc ncxt ycar and thcn work in W'ashington for thc Covcrn-
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BRENDA A. BREWSTER .... A friendly gal who is an ardent sports
fan and lots of fun, "Bo" came to A.H.S. this year from Frank-
lin High in Reistertown: has a definite and special interest in
Yale. "Bo" plans to go to college or join the Waves . . . Varsity
Basketball 4: Intramurals: Fieldball 4: Basketball 4.
NANCY H. BRINDUPKE . . . Vivacious Nancy, or 'LDump Truck"
as she is called by her friends, has been with us for only the
past two years, but has been a credit to Annapolis High , , .
WAKE editor-in-chief 4: Stunt Night 4: Club Ass't, 3, Club
OH. 4: Make-up Comm. 3,43 Tratiie Squad Sgt, 4: Otlice work-
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H. STECK HRINK, JR ..,. Alfuture competitor of Walt Disney.
Stock plans to attend the University of Maryland and study art
. . . J.V. Soccer 2, Track 2, Varsity Soccer 3: Assembly Comm.
l,2: Art Exhibit 2,3: WAKE 4g Stunt Nite 4g Jr. Prom Comm.
3, Tally-Ho 3,43 Traffic Squad 4: H.R. Rep, 4, Honor Society
C. COLEMAN BROADDUS . . . Tall, Dark, andAwell the rest is
evident! Likes fried chicken fSOl1fl'lt'fl'l stylef- but definitelyj
and music. Coleman has been the A-l trombonist in the A.H.S,
band for the past two years: looks forward to a career in engineer-
ing , . . Football 2,33 Lacrosse 2,31 Band 3,41 Stunt Nite 3,4.
wILLiAM E. BROWN .... A big guy with a heart to match , . .
J.V. Football 1,22 Basketball 2: Var.: Football 2,3,4g Basketball
3,4: Baseball 2: Lacrosse 3,41 H.R. Alt. 2: Rep. 3: Ath. Rep.
3,41 Jr. Prom 3: Stunt Nite 3,43 Tally-Ho Rep. 4: Traffic Sq. 4:
Chorus '.Z,3,4: Vice-President S.G, 4g Vice-Pres. "A" Club.
F. MEADE BRUCE . . . Brown-haired K'Speedyl' has a passion for
hunting, tishing, cars, and ham sandwiches. He plans to con-
tinue his studies so that one day he will be a master electrician.
His greatest wish is to have his own electrical shop. Bruce can
always be found at Dimp's Station.
SHIRLEY v. BRYAN . . . "Shirtzl' has set her sails for a secre-
tarial eareer. Another musical miss, she sings on the radio and
with A.H.S.'s '4Melody Maidsv. Likes to dance and roller skates
a lot fpractice makes perfeetl . . . Home Room Rep. 2: Home
Room Alt. 3: Chorus 2,3,4: Stunt Nite 2,3,4g Assembly 3.
JAMES lx. RRYARS . . . The track team's claim to future fame!
Likes steak and Dickhoflns Hoockes UD. After Jim gets his
academic diploma, he'll try for an N.R.O.T.C. Scholarship . . .
Track 2,3,4: Football 2: Hi-Y member 3,41 Varsity "A"
Club 3,43 Stunt Nite 4.
JOYCE I.. BUECHLING . . . L'Jo" likes children: will make an ex-
cellent homemaker. Favors fried chicken and horse races, dis-
likes homework. Skating and swimming rate high with "Jo" who
has come to us from Bladcnsburg High School, Bladensburg,
Maryland. Joyce is undecided about her future.
CARROLL o. BUNKER . . . "What ya say hoss?" and "How we
doin,?', are two indications of 'lButch's,' presence. A member of
the 4-H Club, "Butch" hopes to own a farm of his own after
serving a few years with the U. S. Navy. Butch is a member
of the Volunteer Fire Dep't. and likes all food. His only dislike
is English. J
NAOMI M. HURKERT . . . Five feet two, eyes of blue. Among
"Red's" many likes are swimming, boating, Bar BQ's and the
expression, "Holy Cow". Formerly a student at Clifton Park High
School, Baltimore, Naomi came to us in her Freshman Year . . .
Library helper 2,4.
WILLIAM F. CADELL . . , Energetic "Will" enjoys exercising and
weight lifting and is credited with founding the "Cedar Park
Bar Bell Club". With Uncle Sam's permission, he will be a
University of Maryland art student next year . . . Track 2,43
Traffic Squad 4.
ELEANORE G, M. CABLE . . . Friendly and easy-going, "Elie" likes
food, football, camping and Eddie Fisher. Though a confederate
at heart, "Elie" hopes to attend University of Maryland . . .
Intra. Basketball '2,3,4g ,I.V. Basketball 2, Varsity: Basketball
3,41 Volleyball 3,-lg Fieldball 4, Tally-Ho 4.
ANNE 1.. c:A1.nw1-:Ll .... Always laughing and friendly to all,
"Annie" aspires to be a successful secretary, especially enjoys
the summerg also interested in the Civil Air Patrol . . . Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 WAKE Advt. Comm. 3, Soc. Comm. 41 Chorus 2g
Majorettcs 2 g J.V. Softballg Intra. Badminton.
FRANK CAl.Dwr1I,1 .... Tall, dark, and handsome, 'fCool" is a
future "Middie"g crazy over that '34 Ford coupe, sports and a
cute little blonde: attended schools in New York and Georgia
before A.H.S .... Varsity "AH Club 3,4g Varsity: Football 3,4-g
Basketball 3,45 Baseball 3,4-.
oAR1.o'rTA CAMMARATA ...r 'X ll around sports enthusiast, "Lot-
tie" hopes to be a bookkeeper and someday a housewife, has a
special interest in "B, Jones" . . . Traffic Squad 4, WAKE
Make-up Comm. 4: J.V. Softball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Varsity:
Basketball 3,45 Fieldball 2,3,4.
PATRICIA n. o1.AYPoo1 ,... Brown-haired, blue-eyed "Pat" looks
forward to a wonderful future with Don. This congenial lass
already enjoys sewing and baking. Lucky Don! Pat previously
attended school in Augsburg, Germany . . . Tally-Ho typist 35
Varsity Hockey 3g Hockey Manager 4.
WALT:-:R N. eo1.1.1soN . . . Quiet and reserved, f'Walt" will end
his political career after graduation and enter the held of medi-
cine at the U. of North Carolina . . . Student Government Pres.
-lg Stunt Nite 43 Intra. Basketball 1, j.V. Basketball 2, Football
33 Varsity Football 4.
e. THOMAS M. coNNa1.1 .... Artistic "Tommy's" plans include
a date with Uncle Sam immediately after graduation. Upon
his return, he hopes to go to college and later to put some of his
art talent to work commercially, and also make "lots of money".
Good luck, Tommy!
CASSANDRA eonxum . . . "Corky" is a talented lass, sure to suc-
ceed: likes books, sailing, and writing, plans to attend Brad-
ford Junior College .... A ssembly Committee 3, WAKE: Ad-
vertising, Literary Staffs: Tally-Ho Reporter 3: Ass't. Feature Ed-
itor 4: Patron Comm. 41 Traffic Squad 4.
MARY P. c:oRwicl.L , . . No, it isn't Rise Stevensg it's "Pat" practicing her latest song, Al-
though she loves to sing, she will probably be a typist upon graduation. "Pat" likes danc-
ing and a guy named Pete . . . Chorus 2,3,4g Operetta 2g WAKE Circulation Staff 4.
MAxwm.1. H, r:ov1NGToN, JR .... "Max's" hobby seems to be using his head, either in soc-
cer or in thinking up new ways to feed his cattleg plans to attend college and then settle
down on the farm . . . Varsity: Soccer 2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4: H. R. Representative 2.
JOHN C. DAILEY . . . Carefree "jack" has attended Massanutten Military Academy, belongs
to the Naval Reserve and U.S.R.O.T.C., and hopes to attend Embry-Riddle Collegegsounds
like he's preparing for a future with Uncle Sam! . . . Intramurals.
l'HYl,I.IS E. DIMAGGIO . . . Don't be fooled by the name, "Butch" is no relation to the home-
run hitter. In fact, she prefers swimming and bowling to baseball. "Phil" plans to work
at the Naval Academy as a typist if Bobby doesn't have other plans . . . junior Prom 3g
HELEN 1. DONALDSON . . . Helen, a versatile miss of Terpsichorean fame, will dance her way
to stardom . . . Social Committee 2,3g Tally-Ho 2,3,4g NVAKE Patron Managerg Stunt
Nite 2,3,el: Chorus 4g Jr. Prom Clean-up Comm. 41 WAKE Circulation -lg H. R. Rep. lg
KATHERINE ri. DUCKETT . . . Sports-minded "Kitty": twinkling eyes and a ready smile . . .
V. Basketball 2,fl,-ll Fieldball 2,3,-l: Volleyball 2,3,4: Soc. Comm. l,2,3g Tally-Ho l,2,3,lg
Sgt. Traf. Sq. -lg Club Rep. 3: WAKE 43 Var. "A" Club Pres. 43 Jr. Prom 4: J.V.: Hockey
lg Softball l.
JOAN T. l-IARLE . . . Yea, team! Joan wants a B.S. degree from the University of California
in---guess what? Civil Engineering . . . V. Cheerleaders 2,f5g V. Cheerleaders 43 V.
Basketball Manager lg Social Committee 1,25 Stunt Nite 2,3,4g Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
T. STANLEY ENTWISLE, JR ,... Likeable "Stan" and his trumpet: Stunt Nite winner '52,
musically inclined: is headed for the University of Maryland , . . Track 2,335 Soceer 3,lg
Captain-Traffic Squad -lg Band 2---President 3,4g Stunt Nite 2,3,4.
JAMES C. FARRELI, . . . Friendly, though quiet, "jim" puts dancing, swimming, and eating,
high on his list of likes. Plans to put on the Navy blues after graduation . , . Lacrosse manager
2: Trafhe Squad -lg Hi-Y Syl.
HELEN F. FERGUSON .... A lways cheerful, "Fergic" likes horseback riding and art: plans to
enter Maryland University upon graduation . . , Hockey 3,-lg Lacrosse 2,3,4g Volleyball
3,-lg Jr. Prom Comm. 31 H. R. Representative 3: Costume Committee 4-3 WAKE 4.
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HELEN M. FERKLER . . . Green-eyed blonde who loves to dance: "Dewey', keeps a scrap-
book about partics, dances, and special occasions. Our gain from Towson High, wants to
be a Navy nurse . . . Tally-Ho Typist 4: Stunt Nite 4.
ROSEMARIE FINKLE . . . Fun to be with, likes to read, will make a fine teacher . . . Hockey
3,4-: J.V. Softball l: Intra. 4: Honor Soc. 3,43 Pres. F.T.A. Club 3: WAKE: Literary,
Circulation 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Traf. Sq. 4: Guide at School Exhibit 3.
sYLvm A. FoUsT . . . Likes to sing, a future secretary . . . Stunt Nite 3,4: Operetta 2: Chorus
2,3,4: Jr. Prom 3: J.V. Basketball Mgr. 2: Softball 1,21 J.V. Cheerleader 2: Club Rep. 4:
WAKE 4: Tally-Ho Rep. 2,3,4: Traf, Sq. 4: Soc. Comm. 2,31 Assembly 3,4.
ERNEST R. FOWLER . . . Always smiling, cheerful, little "Ernie", who likes football and a cer-
tain brown-eyed majorette, "that's for sure", is looking forward to a stretch in the Air
Force . . . Basketball l : j.V. Football 2: Var. Football 4.
MUNFORD W. FRENCH . . . "Money", a blue eyed lad who has loads of energy and uses it
to enjoy life. His favorite pastime is eating, sleeping and going to the movies . . . J.V.
Soccer 1 : Varsity Soccer 2,3,4.
CARLA v. GALLOP . . . "Snookie", an active member of Job's Daughters, will do practical
nursing and missionary work after graduation. Corresponding with her many pen pals and
writing poems are Carla's hobbies . . . Library helper l,2,3,4: Office helper 3,4.
PAUL L. GEIMAN . . . Stock car, hot rod, and auto races head Paul's list of likes. An avid
skater, Paul's immediate goal in life is to graduate. After that happy day, he will don the
uniform of the Air Force . . . Traffic Squad 4.
CAROLE J. GOODMAN . . . A friend to all, Carole enjoys many varied social activities. "Bye
Mar!" . . . Soc. Comm. 1,2g Cos. Comm. lg Assembly Comm. lg WAKE: Ad. l,2,3,4:
Lit, Comm. 4g Patron 45 Cir. 45 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 j.V. Hockey 1: Varsity: Fieldball
3,4g Volleyball 3,4.
ALAN GOULD . . . University of Maryland bound, Alan favors out-of-state girls. As a life-
guard this past summer, he excelledv-with the girls, that is! "How about that?" . . .
Varsity: Track 3,43 Football 4: j.V. Football fi: H.R. Alternate l.
NORRIS I.. GOSS . . . Although interested in fishing and hunting, K'Zooski" enjoys good music
and writes lovely poetry: attended Central High in Georgia and wants to return South to
study at the U. of S. C .... Band 3,45 H.R. Alternate 4: Junior Civitan 4.
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EILEEN GRUNTOWICZ . . . Aside from eating spaghetti, pie, and ice
cream, "Lunie's" favorite pastime is dancing, her future is cut
out for government work, either as a secretary or in the service
. . . Cafeteria 1,2,3,4, Monitor Squad 2, Traffic Squad 4, As-
sembly 3,4, Attendance Office Ass't. 4.
1. ROBERT GUY . . . "Bobby", an active member of the West An-
napolis Fire Department, enjoys instrumental music and stamp
collecting. "Cuysy", who plans to do electrical work in the fu-
ture, came to A.H.S. from Balboa High School, Panama Canal
Zone . . . Band l,2, Orchestra 2.
LORETTA M. HAMBRUCH . . . A.H.S.'s representative to the Roller
Derby, "Hambone's" future plans are to the tune of wedding
bells and the lucky man is Robert Cook . . . Chairman of Ticket
Committee for Junior Prom 3, Social Committee 2,33 Majorettes
l,2,3, Intramural Lacrosse 3.
A. JANE HATCH . . . "Twin" spent part of her high school years
at Brent School, Bagnio, Philippines, likes to travel a great deal
and in doing so has visited England, France, Switzerland and
Germany, future plans include Washington College in Chester-
town, Md .,.. Tally-Ho Reporter 3, Club Rep. 3, WAKE 4.
BARBARA J. HAZEN . . . "Bobbie" has the interesting hobby of col-
lecting stamps, foreign dolls, and articles of Queen Elizabeth,
may attend Goucher College and afterwards do library work . . .
Junior Prom Committee 3, Library 4, WAKE Make-up Commit-
BEVERLY J. HEDGES . . . In her spare time not taken up by her
many friends, "Bev" enjoys collecting records . . . Majorettes
l,2,3,4g Soc, Comm. 2,3, Co-chrm. Jr. Prom, V.P. Jr. Class,
H.R. Rep. 3, All County 'Chorus 2,3g S.G. Treas. 4, Traf. Sq.
45 WAKE 4, Tally-Ho 4, V.P. Sr. Class 4, U.N. Assembly 4.
MARLENE HEISLER . . . Cute n' sweet "Mar" likes travel, swim-
ming, and a certain boy on the Traffic Squad, includes marriage
in future plans. Any connection between the Traffic Squad and
her future is purely coincidental! Hmm, we wonder, Mar! . , .
Traffic Squad 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3.
PATRICK 1. HENRY . , . "Pat" holds the records for bringing in pa-
trons. The University of Korea will take up his time for the
next three years. Unlike most sailors he will have a girl in just
his home port . . . WAKE 4 g Assembly Comm. 1,2, Flag Bearer
2,3, Barber Shop Singing 4.
:JAMES E. HOPKINS . . . "I've been a very good boy at A.H.S.
QI think!J", says "Jimmy". This likeable fellow's main interests
are art and girls, would like to study at the Maryland Institute
of Art . . . Senior Play Committee 3, WAKE Art Staff 4, H.R.
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, ,W School before A.H.S., has fun sailing and swimming, is interested
1' , in dentistry, and plans to attend the University of Maryland . . .
if V 'xy' .WAKE: Literary, Make-up 4, Stunt Nite 4, Social Comm. 4,
, lf X '-Traiiic Squad 4, Senior Play Comm. 4.
MARY D. HoRNBRooic . . . Mary will soon be hearing wedding
bells. This artistic gal designs fireplaces for a hobby, excels in
sports and supplies her teammates with humor during halftime
of many games . . , Varsity: Softball 3,43 Hockey Co-Captain 45
Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3g Varsity "A" Club.
MYRTLE A. HoRNBRooIc . . . Flashing green eyes and brown hairg
neat and trim, "Mert" is always full of sensible advice for her
palsg enjoys bowling, as well as other sports in her spare time.
Mary and Myrtle have the honor of being the only pair of twins
in our Senior Class of '53 . . . Tri-Hi-Y l,2.
ARTHUR L. HOWARD . . . "Bunkie" is very much interested in the
opportunities offered by the Navy in the field of Radar, hopes to
work up from the ranks and become an officer. Music also holds
a special interest for him, along with girls . . , Club Officer 3:
Art Service 2, Band lg Varsity Soccer 1.
PAUL J. HOYT . . . "Hooch", A.H.S.'s boogie woogie bugle boyg
crazy about that Dixieland music. Those brown eyes reveal an
iIIIpish sparkle, plans to study animal husbandry at Cornell U.
. . . Band 2,35 Soc. Comm. 4, WAKE Advt. 45 jr. Prom 35 Stunt
Nite 3,41 H.R. Rep. 3g Bugler for Assembly 2,3.
noNAI.n N. JACOBS . . . Handsome "Jake", always good natured
and ready for fun, "Donny" is also a sports enthusiast, Heads for
Maryland U. to study engineering . . . J.V. Football 2,3,-ig Varsi-
ty "AH Club 45 Traffic Squad 4: Varsity Basketball 3,4g Baseball
MICHAEL JASPERSON . . . Quiet and reserved "Mike", our Ilon-
or Society president, is California's loss and our gain, The Co-
lonial Players and Summer Stock both rate highly as his interests.
Will head for Virginia U .... Stunt Nite 4, Honor Soc. 3,
Pres. 43 Traffic Squad 43 Assembly 3.
ZEB JOHNSON . . . Always happy and smiling 'KWhip'lfwlikes good
looking cars, then girls. University of Maryland, here he comes!
. . . Traffic Squad 43 Varsity "AH Club Officer 3,4-g Club Repre-
sentative 3,4g Home Room Representative 2, Home Room Al-
JAMES A. JONES . . . "j.j." is heading for the Army after grad-
uation. This brown-haired, blue-eyed lad with a friendly personal-
ity lists as special interests a '36 Ford, swimming, and skating. A
lover of fried chicken, he also likes blondes, and redheads!
SHIRLEY M. JONES . . . "Sweet lil Shirl" hopes to become a sec-
retary. Swimming, dancing, and viewing those "far-away places"
top her list of favorites. Gal of varied interests, this blue-eyed sen-
ior does weaving as a hobby . . . Soc. Comm. 4, junior Prorr
Comm. 35 WAKE Circulation 4.
WILLIAM J. JORDAN . . . "Bill," the Eddy Arnold of A.H.S., en-
tertained us at many assemblies and dancesg looks forward to en-
listment in the service. Hillbilly and popular music top the list
of this friendly senior, who always has a good word for everyone
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F. WILLIAM KAUFFMAN . . . Always with a, quip handy, good-natured "Fink" likes parties, jad N ' '
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bands, swimming, seafood, and fried chicken. Outside interests include Westmixiisteg Fellow? V
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J. DAVID KING .... A lthough mechanical drawing ranks high on "Dave's" list of interests, t - .I
also spends a good deal ol' his spare time working on automdbiles, Aftrf graduation Dav F - S, I
plans to don a Navy uniform. L' ' N- ' ,- 5
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CURTIS D. KNlGHT . . . Looking forward to a career in engineering "Curt" plag to sfudymat .R
Duke University: enjoys working with DeMolay . . . J.V. Football' 35 Reg lg Traffic 1
Squad 4g WAKE Literary 4g Stunt Nite 4. I 9 5 x X
JENE H. LAHOVITZ . . . Always ready to give a helping hand ",I.L.,s" futhre Qla include Le- 1- A
high University . . . Assembly Comm. 1,21 Social Comm. 1,2,3,-1-3 Sestume C ni? 12,3145
Operetta 2: WAKE: Advertising, Patron, Photography Editor 41 Club Rcpj G, M nagc9r- ' '
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MARxoN K. LAU , . . Cute as Z1 button, "Kimi, came to usdn hqx junior yearg wfillhomcday be'
a good li'l nurse . . . Social Committee 43 Stunt Nite gl, Jun1:r'Prorn-Comrnip,ee W'A'K'E
Circulation, Make-up Committee 4. E ., X .5 - is
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NORMAN W. LE . JR. . . Ti clark and handsome, "Norm" is an ex-Virginian with a mania
for la ' g fo all e ans to study engineering at an, as yet, undecided college . . .
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1 U ixcrslty Marylancl or 1 surftarml job nrt Nfflll s plans for tht futuri
R WMC .NBERG . . . Always smiling, 'KDimples" is an active member of the 4-ll Club.
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ARLENI' . LIPMAN . . . Sweet and attractive "Mar" shows partiality to those Bulldogs: is
undcci about her college . . . Social Committee 1,21 Assembly Committee 2: WAKE Ad-
M verti' t 2,3,-lg jr. Prom Committee 3g WAKE Literary Committee lg WAKE Circulation
W Committee Al.
umor mr from Catonsville High lrrnn likes hamburgcrs ind cheesecake, tall handsome
, FRAN K. LOCHDOI-:HLIQR . . . 'gVelvet", a free-lance model, came to Annapolis High in her
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men, convertibles, periwinkle blue and skiing. She plans to go to Hood College.
w, LYNN MACMURRAY . . . Lynn can often be seen behind the wheel of a Chevrolet in Se-
verna Park: has been a councilor at a Girl Scout Camp. Hobbies include sailing and draw-
ingg she likes Buick convertibles, dislikes loud boysg future plans are to extend her talents in
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SALLY E. MASON . . . Sally, a good swimmer and at home in a boat, likes ceramics, sewing, I
cooking, and skating. The domestic arts will come in handy after wedding bells next sum- , A
mer . . . Intra. Basketball 21 WAKE Typist 4. ' '
xLl.EGRA M. MAY . . , Foremost in Allegra's plans for the future is Obtaining a government , '
job. A sprightly tennis player, she enjoys dancing and working with ceramics . . . Costume
Comm. 4 1 Varsity Basketball Manager 4.
K. Ros!-1 MCCUTCHAN , . . Personality Plus: Rose plans to attend llood and major in llistory
. . . Associate editor of VVAKE1 Homeroom Rep. lg Alternate 3,41 Costume Comm. 41 Vice-
President of class 21 junior Prom Comm, 31 Trafhc Squad 41 Stunt Nite 3.
Rosi-1 M. Moen:-:RsoN . . . Domestic "Rosie" is sure to make a good housewife. Interests in-
clude sewing and cooking, not to mention her rapidly growing hope chest. We predict a hap-
py future . . . Basketball 1: Softball 11 Library Assistant 2,31 WAKE Typing Comm. -l.
DONALD 1. MEYER , , . Smartly dressed, sports-minded "Don" plans tO put on the Middie blues
after graduation , . . Varsity track 2,3,Al1 Varsity Football 3,41 llomeroom Alternate 1,21
Homeroom Rep. 3,41 Stunt Nite 4: Varsity "A" Club Treasurer: Hi-Y Officer 41 Civitan
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BENJAMIN M1ouAr:Lsox, JR .... Like father, like son, "Ben" plans to study law at William
and Mary . . . j.V. Basketball 31 J.V. Football 31 Varsity Football 3,41 Track 3,41 Basket-
ball Mgr. -l: YNAKE Advertising l,2,3,-l-1 Jr, Prom 31 Guide Plainfield Trip 3.
D. HUGO Mlm.:-:R. IR ..,. California's loss was our gain. "Ilugh's" future plans include eith-
er Clemson or the Coast Guard Academy to study industrial engineering. llobbies include
hunting, skiing, sailing, and collecting beer cans . . . WAKE Make-up Comm. 4: Basketball
-lg Lacrosse 4.
RUDOLPH s. MILL!-:R . . . Uncle Sam is getting a swell guy when "Scottie" graduates. Now
in the Navy Reserve, "Scottie" is looking forward to a career in the Navy as a machinist:
likes fried rabbit in season and fried chicken any old time, likes sandlot baseball . , . Varsity
MARY ANN MISER ..,. A n excellent horsewoman, Mary Ann is partial to the Naval Acade-
my. An argyle specialist, just ask this strawberry blonde about California. A Navy wife in
the making. Anchors Aweigh! . . . President of the Knitting Club 3.
L. MADOLIN MORELANI7 . . . W'orking at Brookwood, the teen-agcrs haven, takes up much of
Mad s sparc time. 'lhts quiet, thoughtful lass will make a fine and efficient secretary, If
she had known you were coming, "Mad" would have baked a cake! Hobby---Cake baking.
KERMIT J. MOSLEY . . . "Mose", with his blonde hair and gray
eyes, is a fairly new addition to A.H.S. having come here from
his home state of Georgia in his Junior year. He intends to join
the Navy to see the far-oflhplaces he's been reading about . . .
Varsity Football 4. ' '
JACQUELYN w. MULLICAN . . . Engineering or Art? . . . that's
"jaekie's" question for the future. Coming to us from Wicom-
ico High School as a Junior, jovial "Jackie" is often heard say-
ing, "Now on the Eastern Shore . . '. " Traflic Squad 4, Junior
Prom Comm. 3, WAKE Comm. 4g V.P. Bridge Club 3.
GEORGE MURCHAKE . . . "Mert" plans to be a farmer if the Army
doesn't get him. The quiet likeable lad with brown hair and
brown eyes is an Eastporter from way back. Included on his lists
of special likes and interests are swimming, hunting, fishing and
the inevitable girls.
SHIRLEY jo NASH . . . Versatile "Sunny" always has a smile on
her faeeg loves life and its many advantages. Church functions
play an important part in l'Jo's" life. A pretty airline hostess
to be . . . Chorus 3, WAKE Literary Comm, 4, Make-up Comm.
43 Soc, Comm. 45 Intramural Fieldball 4.
EVELINE C. NEMITH . . . This pretty little brown-eyed Eastporter
can often be seen working at Bridgeway Pharmacy. Although
a real lover of music, Eveline would like to become a clerk-typist
or housewife . . . Junior Prom Comm. 35 Social Comm. 43 Op-
eretta 2g Chorus 2,3,4.
JOEL C. NIMON . . . Tall, brown-eyed Joel is a recent arrival at
A.H.S. having spent his previous years at New Windsor High
where he was president of the Junior Class, representative to
Student Council, and engaged in various other activities. Joel
hopes to attend Duke University . , . Orchestra 4.
LOUIS w. Nokwooo . . . Motors, outdoor sports, and fried chick-
en rank high with "Peanut", "How can I choose a college now,
when Uncle Sam will soon be tapping me on the shoulder?"
Louis looks forward to serving in the armed forces and then pre-
paring for his life's work.
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MARY UNN . . . Mary, a Mariner Seo t, likes swimming, boat-
ing, and dogs: wants to go to Maryland U. and later join the
WAVES as an officer . , . V. Hockey 2,3,4g Jr. Prom 33 As-
sembly 3g WAKE Lit. 43 Chorus 2,3,4g Tally-Ho Rep, 2,3,4g Ex-
change Editor 3,45 Asst, Business Editor 3,45 Stunt Nite 4.
SANDRA K. or-i1.soN . . . Red-haired Sandra likes swimming, ski-
ing, Job's Daughters, and spinach, "Snooks" dislikes only caviar.
Her future plans include nursing . . . Hockey 45 Intra. Basket-
ball lg Club President 35 Spring Exhibits, Social Comm. 45
WAKE: Circulation, Literary 4, Intra. Fieldball 4.
Hmm, I.. PARKINSON . . . A blue-eyed blonde who would like
either to go to business college or be a private secretary . . .
likes art, turkey dinners, and swimming , . . J.V. Basketball 23
Softball 2g Chorus 4g Junior Prom Decoration Comm. 3, Stunt
Nite 44 WAKE Make-up and Literary Comm. 4.
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BETTY A. PENNINGTON .". . Tlfis blue-eyed blonde likes sports and
the Naval Academyg Chinese food, music, girls and boys who have
a good sense of humor also rate high among K'Penny's'l interests.
After she finishes her career in the Air Force she would like to
become a Navy wife.
EMMA J. Pi-LNNINGTON . . . Blonde, petite "little Emma" likes all
kinds of sports, especially swimming and baseball. She likes sew-
ing, Pecan Pie and boys. She dislikes oysters! Some lucky boss
will have her after graduation as an efiicient office worker . . .
Varsity Fieldball 2,3. '
RICHARD T. PERET . . . "Dick", with his twinkling brown eyes, has
an enthusiastic zeal for Civitan and Hi-Y, where he was a member
of the model legislature. His athletic prowess has led him to try
for a career in the teaching Held of Physical Education . . . J.V.
Basketball 25 Varsity: Football 45 Track 4.
JOAN E. Pmfrs . . . 'fIoni", our personality gal, is always smiling
and happy. Her wit and humor contribute greatly to ,our gay
class of "53". This blonde-haired, green-eyed lass,' who likes sail-
ing, heads for either Maryland U. or Bucknell . . . Club Rep. 43
Club Assistant 2. '
WILLIAM Pi-Tires . . . Fighting Co-Captain of the 1952 Soccer
Team. Girls, sports and weight lifting head "Billy's" list of special
interests. Like many other seniors, "Billy" is looking forward to
graduating from high school and wants a life full of fun . . . Varsi-
ty Soccer 3,45 J.V. Soccer 2.
n. mANa PURDY . . . "Dinny", our tall, blue-eyed, brown-haired
gal with that "Miss American look, heads for modeling school,
business school and marriage. What a schedule! The Naval
Academy ranks high on her interest list . . . J.V. Basketball lg
Softball 2, H.R, Rep. 25 Majorettes 2,3,3 Chorus 2,3,4.
WILLIAM w. PURDY . . . "Rip", who can at almost any time be seen
driving one of Ted Dove's dump trucks, takes great pride in his
'41 Dodge and spends his free hours working on it and other auto-
mobiles. He can usually be found at a certain restaurant near his
home eating Barbecues.
D. sue RAWLINGS . . . Cheerful, demure "little Suel' likes boating,
sewing, sports, steaks, and can often be seen in the halls of A.H.S.
with a certain junior. Strange as it may seem, this brown-haired,
blue-eyed, energetic lass dislikes studying. Her future is unde-
cided . . . Office Worker 4.
PATRICIA C. RAWLINGS . . . Willing, ready and able to help out at
all times describes this blue-eyed gal. On her list of likes are
hot dogs, beans, and "JJ," Pat is a future nurse . . . Fieldball
2,13,4g ,I.V. Softball 2g Stunt Nite 23 Social Committee 4, jr.
Prom Committee 3: Traffic Squad 4.
PATRICIA L. REED . , . "Pat" will have her head in the clouds when
she takes off for the "wild blue yonder" as an airline hostess. She
hopes to complete her education at Fairfax Hall, Va., or the Uni-
versity of Kentucky. A fancy for light blue convertibles keeps her
amused . . . Chorus 2,3,4g Operetta 2.
RAl.l'll A. miomas . . . Camc to A.H.S. in his sophomorc ycar from Jamaica Plains, Mass.:
Ralph likcs sports, cspccially base-ball: would likc to bccomc a ccrtificd public accountant . , ,
Varsity Bascball Il,-lg Socccr -l: Baskctball -lg V. Baskctball ffl: Traffic Squad 4,
JOAN RlIJDl,IillliRGI'1R . . . Pr:-tty, hazcl-cycd Joan plans to work for thc govcrmncnt aftcr
graduation: likcs fun, food, and fortune . . . Social Comm. lg WAKE: Litcrary 4: Circula-
tian ll-g Traffic Squad 4: Oflicc Workcr 4: Allicd Youth 2.
oi-:RALD 1., RIDGEWAY . . , A futurc mcmbcr of thc military scrvicc, 'KJerry" is intcrcstcd in
hunting and fishing, football, baskctball, and girls! This dark-hair:-fl, brown-cycd lad is also
an amatcur taxidcrniist. L'Jcrry's" only dislikc is going to school! . . . Football 4: J,V, Baskct-
C. EDWIN Riooixs . . . Ranking high on 'LPotsy's list of intcrc-sts is rollcr hockcy: will rcturn
to A.H.S. again ncxt ycar-not as a studcnt but as a :school bus drivcr . . . Varsity: Socccr
Il,-4: Base-ball 153 J. V. Socccr 2.
vivmx RILEY . . . Staunch football tc-ani supporlrr, ncvcr miss:-s a gamc: plans to get mar-
ricd or go into thc VVAVES: Who's thc lucky ff-llow? Vivian's favorite- cxprcssion is "l'll
clur you!": fricnd of cokcs and yellow cakc with chocolatc frosting.
fr. i.izoN,x ROBBINS . . . Enjoys writing to hcr English pal . . . Vollcyball 2: intra. Ficldball 2:
Badminton 2: Tally-llo: Rcportcr 2: Ncws Editor 4: Junior Prom 3: Tally-Ho Asst, Ncws
Editor 15: Soc, Comm. ll: WAKE Litcrary 4: Club Ofliccr fl: llomc Room Altcrnatc rl.
i'A'rait:lA A. ROBERTS .... A ftcr collcgc shc will bc demoted to thc first gradc- fto tcach of
courscj , . , Var. Vollcyball 2: Soc. Comm. l,2,3,: WAKE: 3,13 Stunt Nitc 3: Quill 8: Scroll
3,-I: Tally-Ho: Rcp. 2: Asst, Ncws Ed. il: Editor-in-chicf 43 Chrmn. jr. Prom Comm, fl.
R. ELIZABETH ROWAN . . , "Bctty", a pretty blonde-haircd, bluc-cyrd lass, is a futurc Phys, Ed.
tcachcr: will probably attcnd Maryland Univcrsity . . . Chorus 41 Majorcttcs 4: Tally-Ho 43
Intramural Baskctball fl: Softball 4: Socccr -lg Varsity: Baskctball 4: Bascball 4.
iiii.ARv cz. ROWE, IR .... K'Monk" likes sports and having 2 good timc: plans to attcnd Uni-
vcrsity of Maryland and thcn Wcst Point . . , Stunt Nite- 4: Hi-Y 3,41 Varsity: Lacrossc 3,42
Baskctball lg J.V. Baskctball 2,33 Capt. Il.
c:ARoi.ic A. aUssiI.i.o . . . Swimming, playing thc piano, and sports spcctating arc among this
black-haircd, sparkling-cycd gal's intcrcsts. An ardcnt Marlon Brando fan, Carolc hopcs to
visit Hollywood: future plans will include office work . , . Soc. Comm. 1.
B. BRADFORD SAMES . . . Making monvy is "Brads" only intrrr-st. Ht- likvs swimming, boats,
apple- pir, and vacation. llis only dislikc is svhool. This vivarious lad has prospvcts for a
future' sc'rx'it'e' station.
wu.l,iAM J. SAUNDBRS . . . "Bill" intends to put his futurt- in tht- hands of tht- U. S, Air Forvv.
llc- claims that tht- bcst part of school is wvt-k-1-nds and summer vavations. Plays tht- guitar
and tht- ukvlvlt' 'Faust' ht- likvs music' Godfrt-y stylt- . . . Stunt Nitv fl: Opt-rt-tta 2: Cantata 3.
ERNEST 11, SCHULTZ . . . Lots of fun and a rc-al good job art' what "Ernit-" wants most out
of life! llt- vnjoys bowling and is a "Ccdar Park Bar Bt-ll Club" wt-ight lifting vnthusiast.
Othvr s Jorts vs vviall' swimmin and stork car ravvs art' mort' of his favoritt' utiuu- ronsum-
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BARBARA SCHURR . . . "Babs" and lu-r magic fingt-rs. Bvsidvs musiv, he-r timv is takt-n up
with sports, dancing, and hor own radio show: plans to attt-nd Pvabody Conservatory and
later, Johns Hopkins Univr-rsity . . . Chorus 2,I'l,-1: Honor Sor, 3,41 All State- Chorus 2,fl,-lg
MILFRED ri. SEARS . . . Mvrhanirs is "Mirkt-y's" hobby: is also int:-rt-str-tl in sci:-ntitic work
and plans to attvnd Univvrsity of Niaryland: govs in for stvak: Fr:-nrh fri:-s, and girls in gvn-
vral , . . S0011-r 4.
NANCY L. SBARS . . . "My yt-ars at A.ll.S. haw bt-cn vt-ry 1-njoyablt-," Comme-nts this Cutt-
gal. Whiz on skates, "Bt-arsy" likes st-wing, swinuuing, driving, dating, milkshakrs, and nic:-
pvoplv. "Bc'arsy" plans to do ofliu' work . . . S.G. Altvrnatt' 2.
Ru:uARn A. Sl-:ARS , . . Our six foot two, two hundrt-cl and sixty pound st-nior, "Big Dick",
vnjoys hunting, fishing, and rating Frvncli frivs and t'hit'kvn . . . Futurt' is undc't'idt'd . .
Varsity Football lg H.R. Rt'prt'st'ntativt' 3.
IIMMY R. SI-1wBi.1. . . . An avtivt- mvmbvr of Dt-Molay, "fox" is intvrt-stvd in art, arrhavol-
ogy, and Barbara . , , Futurv plans include- tht- Air Forvv and marriage . . . j.V. Sovrf-rg In-
tvrvlass 'l'rat'k 1,21 Track I 1 Varsity Sofft-r 4,
C. rmwoon SHBRB1-:RT . . . Brown-hair:-d, blur'-vyvd K'Linny" is a futurr' mf-mbc-r of thc Air
Fort-cg This talkative' lad lists as his likvs and spwial intvrvsts food, basrball and im- vrvam.
It som-ins tvrribly odd that "Linny" dislikt-s svhool.
S. TYLER SHORES, JR .... "ly" hcads for the Univvrsity of Alabama and a job with thr-
'l'vlt-phonv Company: lik:-s rt-ading, swimming, larrossm- and fads: onv ambition is to gt-t
through collvgc' . . . Lacrossr' l,1l,-lg Football Mgr. 4: J.V, Football Mgr. Il: Baskvtball Mgr.
'J -4 4
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rzrnlal. 1.. Sl-IOVESTUI .... "Shov" with the contagious smile is in-
terested in music, art, and a cute Homewood guy, Ethel plans
to become a homemaker . . . Majorette l,2,3,4g Jr, Prom Comm.
3: Hockey l g Softball lg Club Rep. 4g Soc. Comm. l,2,3,4, Traffic
Squad 43 WAKE 43 Student Government l,2.
HERVEY H. SMITH . . . Tops in driving, "Smitty,' comes to us
from Wilson Memorial High School in Virginia, hunting, swim-
ming, jazz, girls, chocolate pie, and good movies are among this
versatile fella's many interests. "Smitty's'l only dislike is hot rods,
looks forward to a career in the U. S. Air Force.
KATHLEEN soivnans . . . 'kKat" loves fun and shows it. She
plans to attend the Annapolis Business College, then work her way
through the U, of Md., and finally become an extension worker
for the 4-H. A full schedule ahead for "Kat',, and we predict
a hom:-making career to boot , . . WAKE 4, Sr. Play Comm. 4.
lDRUSll.l.A SPANGLER . . . As a career, "Dru" wants to form a
partnership fbctter known as getting marriedj, but that's not for
some time to come! She plays a "bang-up" game of tennis and
enjoys watching lots of other sports. It's no secret that "Dru"
has high hopes of becoming an expert swimmer some day.
1. RICHARD semci-IER . . . Tackle for the Blue and Maroon",
"Dick', likes good, hot jazz and having a good time, He is an active
member of the Civitan Club and an ardent sports fan. This six
footed feller ftall that isll will be studying engineering at college
next year . , . Varsity Football 4.
AMY s'rA1.1.INos . . . Enthusiastic about "Chet" and the U. of M.
Although Amy has been in A.H.S. for only two years, she is one
of our outstanding seniors. Will enter the business world as a sec-
retary-for a while . . . Honor Society 3,45 Traffic Squad 4,
WAKE Literary Editor 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
JOHN sTRoMML: . . . "C, B.', is another newcomer this year from
Northwestern High School, where he played two years of baseball
and kept up with his extensive coin collection. After graduation
he hopes to do government engineering work at ARCO in Wash-
ington, if the Air Force doesn't come first.
jonw srukms . . . Friendly "Jack" will soon be saying L'Aye,
aye, Sir!" as he heads for the U. S, Navy. Strawrides, hillbilly mu-
sic and girls top his list of likes. Jack is sorry to leave the band
in which he has been an enthusiastic and active member, plays the
trumpet . . . Band l,2,3,4.
EVA C. sun' . . . A job as sales gal in a local store and membership
in Youth Fellowship dominate "Doodle's" free time. Skating,
movies, dating and friendly people rate high with this brown-eyed
business student. Though her plans are indefinite, 'KDoodle" wants
to enter some phase of ofhce work.
JEAN sUx'r . . . Black-haired, green-eyed Mjeanies' has become a
familiar sight as, every morning, she brings in the absentee list.
She'll make an efficient, capable secretary. Her favorite sports
are skating, dancing and swimming. She loves hamburgers and
milkshakes . . . Oflice worker 4.
jressra M. sun' . . . "juss a minutc hcrclu Jcssc wants to study
at johns Hopkins or thc Univcrsity of Maryland for a chcmical
cnginccring dcgroc. llc spcnds his lcisurc time Hshing, boating,
and hunting, and is an activc mcmbcr of DcMolay . . . Football
l 1 Track I : Lacrossc 3,4 : Traffic Squad 4.
nviarrx M. swmaxrzx' . . . "Comc on now, le-t's ycll rc-al loudl'
Pi-rt and pcppy "Evil-" wants to bc a sccrctary, and latcr-well,
you ncvcr can tcll! . . . Chccrlcadcrs l,2,fl he-ad 4: Club Rep.:
Class Sccty.-Trcasurcr 4: WAKE Comm. 4: Tally-Ho Typist 4:
j.V, Softball l: Baskctball Ig Play Comm. 4: Stunt Nitc 4.
liotmiaxs s. rnonms . . . "Dougic", whosc hobby is working on
his car, plans to own and drivc his own stock car in thc futurc.
Sizc is a grcat assct to "Spidcr", who would likc to bc a jockcy.
Ili- likcs to havc a good tinlc and is vcry intcrcstcd in girls, onc in
KENT THOMPSON . . . "Turk", thc boy with thc Toni curl, is an
cnthusiastic travcllcr, particularly to Atlantic City. Jazz, parties,
and girls top his list of many likcs. IIc's an activc mcmbcr of
Arnold M.Y.F .... Soccer lg Hi-Y 3,-lg Civitan Club 3,-l.
josl.-ui Tnzia. JR ,... Quict and rcs:-rvcd "Jo:-" finds skating, danc-
ing, and girls Lot' courscl, a good dn-al of fun. He- loves to cat
chcrry pic and takcs a grcat intcrcst in thc Senior Council of thc
Al-Il Club, Aftcr graduation "Joc" plans to attcnd an apprcnticc
school . . . Chorus 2.
I-.-vrknzl.-x E, rowsmexo . . . Cutc, diminutivc "Pat" with hcr
shock of brownish-rcd curly hair is a farm girl at heart. Thinks
she- might att:-nd collcgi- or takc a busincss coursc. "Pat" .epcnds
hcr sunnncrs working on thc farm, rclaxing in thc sun, swimming,
jaiuies s. ruczxrzu . , . "jimmy", a gre-at followcr of all sports,
would like to cntcr thc Univcrsity of Maryland: brown-cycd,
brown-haircd Jim likcs to cat shrimp, also likcs Occan City and
girls: dislikcs includc Middics and cxams . . , Jr. Prom Comm. 3:
Stunt Nitc bl: Football 2,15: Captain fl: V. Football 4.
JEROME I.. TUCKER . . . L'Jcrry", a tall, brown-haircd, hazcl-cycd
mcmbcr of tht- WN'cst Annapolis Yoluntccr Firc Dcpartmcnt: in-
tcnds to makc Zclda, a cutt- littlc blondc, his Iifctimc intcrcst: cx-
pccts Unclc Sam will givc him a job aftcr graduation: a shop
major, his hobbics arc woodmaking, and cating Zclda's cooking.
i.n.i.mN A. vaxm-zmxunon . . . This swcct littlc lass, who wc know
will bc an cfhcicnt sccrctary aftcr rccciving hcr commcrcial di-
ploma, is quict, rcscrvcd, and a fricnd to all. "Lill" loves travcl-
ing and swimming. This ncat n' trim gal thus combines thc out-
standing charactcristics of hcr nativc city Annapolis,
CAROLYN I.. voior . . . Quict and likcablc "Carol", thc girl with
thc four-ycar pcrfcct attcndancc record, will attcnd Bard Avon
Collcgc and major in bookkcc-ping. Watching football games,
bowling, and all watcr sports top this littlc Scvcrna Park gal's in-
eA'rRiCIA J. votxcx-IE . . . First stopwnurses' training school, then college in North Carolina.
"Pat" has a weakness for hot fudge sundaes . . . Ilockey fig Jr. Prom fig Social Comm. l,2,4:
Costume Comm. 4, Stunt Nite 4, WAKE Lit. Staff 4g Adv, Stafl 4, Patron Comm, 45
FRANc:is n. WALSH, IR .... Sports-minded "Frank" hopes to win a lacrosse scholarship to the
U. of Maryland . . . Student Legislature l,2,3,-lx Class Pres. l,2,3,-lg Jr. Prom Chairman 33
J.V.: Football lg Basketball 'lg Varsity: Football 2,3,-lg Basketball 3,4q Lacrosse 2,3,4.
AUDREE E. WAVRA . . . "Waup" likes sports, no doubt about that! Lovely, brown eyes and a
giggle that's as Contagious as measles: 4'Aud" enjoys sewing . . . J.V. Basketball fig Var.:
Fieldball 3,43 Volleyball 3: Varsity UA" Club 35 Trcas. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3,-l.
marry A. wrzsranvam' . . . An active member of the Varsity HA" Club, "West" plans a fu-
ture in the business world . . . Basketball 2,131 Intra. 2: Volleyball 2: Intra. Badminton 2,35
Club Sec.-Treas. 33 Chorus 4: Assembly 2g WAKE -lg H.R. Rep, 43 Traffic Squad 4.
LILLIE MAE WHITE . . . "Lil", the gal who loves school but hates homework, plans to have a
religious future. This clever seamstress makes many of her own clothes for a hobby, and also
enjoys reading . . . Monitor l.
THOMAS I.. Wll.EY . . . "Tommy", a. staunch Eastporter, intends to become a zoologist after
attending the University of Maryland: interests include swimming, boxing, and drawing . . .
WAKE Art Editor 4: J.V. Soccer 2g Art Service l,3: Traffic Squad 4-.
Mm.viN N. WILKERSON, JR .... "Wilk's future plans include the U.S.A.F.: collects pictures
of girls he has known at A.H.S .... Band l,2,3,4: Monitor 23 President of Drum and Bugle
Corps 4g Drummer for Flag Raising fig Band Librarian 4.
AUDREY A. WILLIAMS . . . "Aud" collects knick-knacks: loves hamburgers and French fries.
Has beautiful blue eyes and loves to dance: our laughing Tri-Hi-Y member plans a future as
a secretary . . . Varsity Fieldball Manager 31 Social Comm. 4: Monitor l: Traffic Squad 4.
FRANcEs v. wn.1.mMs . . . "Miss Annapolis High". Modeling or secretarial work, who
knows? . . . J,V. Basketball 2,33 Intra. l: Majorettes l,2,fl1 Leader 43 S.G. Secretary 4g
Chorus 21 H.R. Rep. 3: Alt. 2: Jr. Class Sec.-Treas. 3: VVAKE -lg Drum and Bugle Corps
l,2,3g Trafhc Squad -l.
JUNE M. wmoson . . . Green-eyed "Susie" likes fried ham and piano music. Knitting and
collecting stuffed toys also rank high among June's likes , . . Varsity Field Hockey 2, Man-
ager 3, Chorus 3,'il'S WAKE: Patron Comm, +1 Circulation -lg jr. Prom Ticket Comm. 3.
z. MAE WITT . . . "Dimps" hc-ads for Straycrs Business Colle-gs' aftc-r whivh sht- will work in
Washington. Among ht-r like-s art- dancing, sm-wing, and cooking, friendly pvoplv, chickm-n,
and a rvrtain person in D.'C. . . . Sm-nior Play Comm. 4: WAKE Typing Comm, tl.
DIANNE woLs'rENHo1.Mi: . . . "Di" will make an 1-Ihr-if-nt st-cr:-tary for somv big 1-xvctitivm-1
latcr plans include- II1ZU'I'l2lg't'1 enjoys singing, skating, dancing, and travr-l . . . Chorus 2,22-lg
Stunt Nite 2,3,4-g Social Committcc 3,41 Jr, Prom Committcc fig Fivldball 2.
LINDA C. woon . . . Coming bavk to hor nativr City last year aft:-r an all too long abst-nr:-,
Linda. is happy to bt- graduating with the Class of l53. He-r futurv plans invludr- Mary
Washington Coll:-gt-, and a C1-rtain Middic . . . Ofhcr Assistant 33.
Roiux s. woo1.F0RD , . . Bcsidcs skating, "Wolf" is vt-ry intt-rc-su-cl in Cars, girls, and straksg
after svhool, howvvvr, ht- is hvadvd for govcrnmc-nt work, pr:-fc-rably in thc- Post OHic'm- Dr--
ICLIZAIKETH v. ZIEGLER . , . Oft:-n found as busy as a be-4' working in Doc"s: vivarious B1-tty
will bvcomc a typist aftvr graduation, lovvs to dance' and laugh . . . Varsity llovkvy 3,41
Cha-crlvading l 1 Jr. Prom Committee 3.
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DALE EVERY .. ......... Secretar'y-Trfasuzwr
JOAN COMO .............................. Vzcc-Prcszdent
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MARY LOU NICHOLS ...... Secretary-Trcasunr
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lvy, M. Wilsinaln, j. Tzlllr-y, D, Williams, R. Watson,
I.. Thonias, Tvrry, B. Swv:-nvy, A. Suit, P. Turkcr,
U. Wbml, 'l'i'i'l, F. Rf7S!'IllDllDCJIIl, WR Rvifl. Row Two:
M. NY:-st, B, WV0od, A. Stovki-tt, B, Wollman, R. Wrs-
tnn, WV, Yanmis, R. Yzirnon, R, Titus, R. Wagnvr, J
Tlmnias, D. Tru-vitt, N. Turkrr, R. Walking, Rod-
riqnvz. Row Thrrr: Herzog, H. Grifnth, S. Hall, E
Grilaiml, S. Grinnlwinv, B. Hvrrnn, L. Huntrr, P. Jon:-s
Ii. Hopkins, S. Hopkins, S. Hagoud, R. Harris, N
Hamilton, C. Johnson, l'. Hopkins, T. Southwivk, Mrs.
.'xl1'X1llKlI'I'. Row lfmn: Y. IA-1-, G. Kinnm-r, D. Hallock
A. Hall, M. Hopkins, C. Hilpr:-cht, L. Hom-ycutt, G
llainar, C. Kvlly, M. Holmvs, A. jonvs, W. Hawrs, C
lliltzilmimllv, Y. Hull, R. Smith. Row I'.il't'.' A. Shakvlton
R. l,2llllli'I', H. Stvrling, E. Robinson, B. Palmvr, M
SHZIWVII, S- Stallings, M. Shvlton, R. Stunipf, Sable, B
Svilrs, R. SK'llW1lI'ill71'Tg, R. Sviblv, D. Sc-ars, D, Santos
No! ilmzmi: R. lli-iiclwson, B. Gang, llm'lJdc'n, E. Kautz
S. Hanson, R. Holt, K:-rr, E. Wblocl, N, Stvvvns, P
Stoinull, l'. Stn-1-tt, I. Talinan, G. Taylor, C. Thomas
ll, Wnyson, Wrthc-x'liulcl, L. Wickstroni, M. Young
Zivk, llavm'iim'r, P. Grm'm'ntrf'i', I. Hinshaw, M
llurnlmrook, Y. Lvbo, G. Ritlgvway, Sinclair, S
Smith, R. l'c'ilnlim'or'd.
CLASS QF 1954
Row Urw: II. lfillman, M fillI'lSIl'1lS0!l, 'lf Colliurn,
'. lu z , .- . IA 5 ry, . '. amlvs, Mon-laml, l. Calla
Lavvy, N. Davis, Day, P. Duvall, M, Gan-s, ll. lin-5
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llan, E. Cliam-y, I.. Clark, R. l'lslim4m', C. ID:-miis. Nm:
f. Y, , . .
Iwo: ff. l.llI'l'll'I', K, Iugan, R. Callahan, NI. Ilolilms, if
Gworgc, R. Crvagh, Y. Bass, S. llriw, K. liallman, fl
Carr, L. llaronna, Mrs, Kinliart, B. llallmiq, R. flrolliiiali
Ron' YIIIIPPI Ii. Altrr, I., l'n'all, I., Barnvs, P, .-Xmlf-rsmi
l'. Iialclwvll, .'XIlCll'l'SOIl, CI, Carlm-ll, Cf. liraslu-ars, I"
Basil, R. Baxtvr, R. Balclrc-A-, A. Bigln-r, P, Allvii, M
Bramlmlv, L. Bvrry. Row I'-UNL' IJ. Klimrs, ll, Lalro
ritz, Ii. Kolzin, Kirby, M. Lamb, Ii. MQ'lllL'llilllllJl'
M. Millvr, P. Martin, Il. Millard, Ii. Norwoocl, I.. Mm'
Cronv, E, Max, Millvr, Mr. Olson, ll. IA'l'K'll, li. Uw
vas M. Larrimore- M. Plramlmlx-, Nou' l"i1'r.' 'lf MVN:-w
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.-X. fNi1'liolson, C.. lattvn, IJ. MVN1-w, .-X. Paintur, ll. Mr
N1-w, D, Mumforcl, M. Mvtralf, N. MrNr'w, li. Mosh-y
S. Munsrn, A, Ni-lson, P. Millvr, Cf. lvlillarrl, IV, Pliil
lips, D. M1'I.1'an, R. Luttrm-l, R. Phillips. Noi .S'lmz1-n: G
liatturton, A. llauflinian, Dail:-y, li. litiln-r, S, lfarprfn
lc-r, A. Coil, Clollison, Y. Cook, M. Clullimoxv, li
Davis, P. lislu-w, lfislivig IJ. Hook, .-X, Ia-itvli, R, Oglv
D. KIIIM, Martin, IJ. M4-N:-il, S. lvIn'N1'w, R, Mill-tcm
lu. Mc-rvliarit, M. Pc-tty, B. Pulsifrr, JN. Saulit, K. Sim-
mons, Morton, Mrs. Clarprfntvr.
Row One: Mrs. Tipton, Marsellas, Hubbard, Long, Lattimore, Millefr, Ki-atlvy, Mi-ttam,
Lnrrimort' Hood Milcto, Tvrwilligvr, Stockvtt. Row Two: Hubbard, Luttrcll, Layng, Lvh-
man, Martin, Jordan, Mi'Killips, Kc-nt, -locus, Thompson, Shaft-r. Row Three: Marvvllno
Johnson, Lcrch, joinvs, Howv, Higgins, Klawans, Marston, Milli-r, Taylor, Smith, Mr
Shank. Row Four: Smith, Springficld, VValston, Taylor, Tayman, Thompson, Smith, Tilton
Thompson, Scwvll, Smith. Row Five: S4-im, Tall, Starkwi-atlu-r, Sinvlair, Shovhat, Tallc-y
Talbot, Wailea, Stovlcvtt, Skordas. Not shown: Trott, Stanfil. i A
Row Une: Mrs. Adams, Srhwallf-nbcrg, Robvrtson, Rowv, Santos, Srhrnitt, Roscnbloom
Salazar Sears Scars Rcmbold. Row Two: Rwd, Srhli-y, Russr-ll, Shcrbvrt, Schwallcnbcrg
Rhodes, Samziras, Stihic-lu-, Skippvr, Shi-wbritlgv. Row Thrre: Sharp, Shi-phvrd, Sckmgvrz
Simmons, Southwifk, Schavfler, Finklr, Dvarborn. Row Four: Clark, Chambc-rs, Cantlc-r
Eucarc Early, Como, Fc-nhagt-n, Dawson, Dawson, Clark, Day, Mrs. Ballard. Row Five
Ford Farber Campbvll, Davt-nport, Dcmas, Droll, Bungvr, Collins, Evans, Eskridge. Row
Six: ,Donoghuc, Flf-ming, Difcy, Duvall, Doub, Dt-vol, Early. Not Shown: Rossc-C, Russell
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I tvlu-r, Bcn"min, Bjkvr, Rau' Two: Amos, Ashlry, Aisquith, Bowr-n, Bc-ardrnorc-, Basil, Ais
Qqith, BSDQ, Bnssvrt, Bailvy, Bauvr, Barr. Row Three: Mr. Kunlclc' Brvwstvr Cullinanv,
Luxinif Nballahan Qhanibr-rs Boswc-ll Xlton Bouchal Burtis 'Xshtonl Row Iotlr X intinm
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Wildm-r, Zimlorf, Waltz-rs, Mr. Bischofll Not shown: Alton, Armigvr, Avvry, Bassforrl, Bc-all
Bryant, Ashbury, Wells, Williamson, Whitc, Wilnwr, Wood.
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VVharton, Miss Coggiano, Mr. Cox.
Row one: B. Phipps, K, Duckett, I. Asrhc, Bryars,
R. Rhoclvs. Row two: M. Hornbrook, B. Brown, S.
Boland, C, Cammarata. Row three: B. Bramblv, B.
Rowan, F, Walsh.
Mrs. Slc-ivhtvr, Miss
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The Annapolis High School gridiron
team of '52, after losing eighteen lettermen
last year was seriously handicapped by
lack of experienced players. However,
with the excellent coaching of Mr. Weth-
erhold, the team came along in outstand-
ing fashion. After a few games it ufound
itself" and began to click more as a unit.
Spearheaded by the leadership of co-cap-
rains "Buddy" Beavers and Bill Brown, the
team showed that when there's a will
there's a way to win.
Cambridge High was tied 7-7, and final
success was achieved in winning over our
arch rival, Southern High, on Thanksgiv-
The game with Southern High was a
thriller, Hnal score being 7-6 in favor of
Annapolis High. Bill Brown caught a pass
from Ralph Skordas and made the fatal
touchdown against Southern, with Bill
knocking the extra point. Don Jacobs
blocked the Southern try for the extra
point and saved the day.
Row One: G. WH-rntz, L, Norwood, L. George, Mgrs. Row Two: G, Martin, D. Meyer, R.
Sears, R, Brown, A. Jones, W. Graham, R. Jordan, B, Miehaelson, D. Jacobs. Row Three:
C. George, Tucker, A. Leieht, F. Walsh, K. Block, B. Brown, N. VV:-therhold, Coach, R.
Titus, G, Gatterton, B, Sehwartzberg, E. Reekner, R, Skordas. Row lfaur: F. Caldwell, K.
Mosley, Beleh, G. Fahrner, Coach, R, Beavers, T. Shores, N. Lee.
The Annapolis High soccer team, again
coached by Mr. James Cox, ended its 1952
season with two wins, four defeats and two
ties. The Panthers got off to a poor start
at the beginning of the season against
Southern and Arundel, but they fared bet-
ter against their later rivals, Prince Fred-
erick and Glen Burnie.
Jimmy Moreland scored four of the nine
goals amassed by the team during the sea-
son. Other outstanding players who help-
ed to highlight this yearis soccer season
were Mumford French and Billy Phipps,
co-captains, Stanley Entwisleg Ralph
Rhodes, who was goalie, and Max Cov-
ington, last year's captain.
RECORD OPP. A.H.s.
Southern .... ..... 1 0
Arundel .............. ..... 3 1
Glen Burnie ............ .... 0 O
Prince Frederick ..... ..... 1 3
Southern ............ ..... 1 0
Arundel ......... .. ..... 3 2
Glen Burnie ............ .... 1 1
Prince Frederick .... .... 1 2
Row One: M. French, Mr. Cox,
W. Phipps, Row Two: R. Whit-
taker, B. Asher, D. Kent, J.
Sewell, W. Boswell. Row Three:
S, Entwisle, Sinelair, R.
Rhodes, D, Hubbard, Row Four:
R. Halbig, M. Ford, J. Carrick.
Row Five: W. Pennington, M.
Sears, S. Miller, M. Covington.
Row Six: A. Hall, H. Pulley, E.
Peacock, F. Farber. Row Seven:
T. Baker, L, Stuller, Thomas.
The Lady Panthers came out at the end
of their '52 season with three wins, two de-
feats and one tie. Twice defeated by their
arch rival, Glen Burnie, the Pantherettes
surrendered to them the county crown.
High scoring seniors were captain-half-
back Carlotta Cammarata, and lincmen
Carole Goodman, Ingrid Asche, and Kit-
ty Duckett. Other seniors are Eleanor
Cadle, fullback, and Pat Rawlings, our
competent goalie. Returning lettermen
who will spark next year's team are Phyl-
lis Jones, Betsy
Row Une: C. Catnmarata, Capt.
L. Coggiano, Coach. Row Two.
B. Fillman, K. Duekett, Rid-
dleberger, P. Rawlings. Ron
Three: C. Goodman, I. Asehe
M. L. lvioreland. Row l"our.' C
Dennis, P. Jones, Row lfizfe: D
Klimes, N, Stevens, N. Bossert
E. caal.-, Icom sixf w. Hub:
bard, N. Ziek, B. DiMaggio. Iellll
Seven: E. MZIX, L. Keatley, E
VVood, P, Kallis. Rom Eighf
B. Pulsifer, B. Philips, Mgr, B
L. Evans, Mgr.
Pulsifer, Betty Fillman,
Nancy Zick, and Norma Riddleberger.
The team was coached by Miss Luciel
Coggiano, and managed by Betty livans
and Bernie Philips.
Glen Burnie .....
Row One: B. Bramble, M. Whar
ton, M. Hornbrook. Row Two
B. Norwood, B. Ziegler, M
Nunn, R, Finkle. Row Three: S.
Ohlson, M. Bramble, L. Bc-all, J
Langston, Row Four: L. Ham
bruch, K. Ballman, L. Sewell.
Row Five: C. Mosely, M. Jones,
S. Tall. Row Six: B. Barry, C
Wolfe, H. Ferguson.
Despite their spirited efforts, the inex-
perienced hockey team wound up its sea-
son with two ties and four losses.
The most serious losses were those to our
arch rival, Glen Burnie, who, before this
year, had never won a game from Annapo-
Although having numerous chances to
score, only three players, Captain Mary
Hornbrook, Barbara Norwood, and Betty
Ziegler, were able to take advantage of
these opportunities and score.
The only returning lettermen were Bet-
ty Barry and co-captain Barbara Bramble.
There are still several valuable players
who are bound to make next yearis season
a success, though eight members of the
squad leave this year.
SCHEDULE oPP. A.H.s.
Catonsville .... ..... 2 0
Glen Burnie ..... ..... 2 1
Glen Burnie ................. ..,.. 3 0
St. Mary,s Seminary ...... ..... 1 1
Howard County .......... ..... 3 1
Howard County ...... ..,.. 0 0
The old Indian game of lacrosse promis-
es to be a popular spring sport.
Things looked quite hopeful on March
9, when both experienced and inexperienc-
ed players came to practice. The Panthers
will be paced by co-captains Bill Brown
and Frank VValsh. Returning members of
the team include Kenny Block, Zeb John-
son, jimmy Belch, jimmy Anderson. and
Tyler Shores. Others expected to see ac-
tion this year are Dick Titus, Gene Reck-
ner, jesse Suit, and Hilary Rowe. Coach
Carl Fahrner is expecting a victorious la-
crosse season for A.H.S.
24 A..... .... l Dundalk
27 ...,,. .,,,,, S outhern
Ill ....., Towson
2 ....., ...... C lity College
7 ...,., e.,, F orest Park
H ,..ee, .,.ie,,,, f llen Burnie
2-l ...... .Y,.. C lharlotte Hall
8 .,..,, .....,... f llen Burnie
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Row Une: Suit, K. Bloek, 'l'
Shores. Row Two: ll, Rowe.
Beleh, B. Vanous, Row 'l'hrn':
B, Brown, D. Titus, F. Walsh.
Row Four: C. Sehwartzberg,
Andirson, B, Brown. Row lfimr:
T. Baker, C. Werntx, U. llilta-
bidle. Row Six: G. Reekner,
Coaeh Fahrner, Z. Johnson.
Row One: C, Hamilton, Manager, R. Brown, VV. Brown,
F. Caldwell, R. Rhodes, S, Boland, G. VV:-rntz, Manager.
Row Two: Mr. Fahrner, F. VValsh, Coaeh, R. Beavers,
H.Miller, T. MeNew, D. Jacobs, R. Baldree, R. Skordas.
Not shown: A, Crosby.
The Varsity basketball squad of An-
napolis High School made an outstanding
showing this year with 802 being the total
number of points scored, making an aver-
age of 47 points per game, while our op-
ponents' total was 754 points.
Last year we lost half of our lettermen,
leaving only five men on the team, howev-
er, with a few additions, they came along
in great shape.
The most exciting game of the season
was our final game with Glen Burnie. At
the half G.B.H.S. was leading by a score
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of 22-16. W'e finally came through in the
second half to win the game, 42-40.
The two high-scorers on the team were
Bob Brown, a Junior, who racked up a
total of 239 points, and Ralph Rhodes, a
Senior, who made a total of 169 points.
Bob Brown was chosen to play on the All-
Annapolis Basketball Team this year.
The team won the class A championship
by defeating Glen Burnie in both games,
but was unable to take the county cham-
pionship. Next year we have great hope
of regaining the county crown, which we
last won in the 1950-51 season.
The I952-53 A.I-l.S. girls' basketball
team posted eight wins, one tie and two
losses on the seasonal scoreboard. Backed
bv experienced players, the good coaching
abilitv of Miss Margaret lllhzlrton. and
boundless spirit. the Pnntherettes wound up
with 21 more than favorable season. ,lo
Martin :is high seorer was followed bv lile-
unor Czidle. Kitty Duckett, Phyllis vlones.
and Betsx' Pulsifer, all of whom played out-
standing forward games. Guards of the
hurdwooders that have seen the most uc-
tion ure: Connie Dennis, Ingrid Asche and
Carlotta Cznininaimtzx. Among the star
R020 One: C, fliillllllilfillil, B. Rowan, B. Iillllllilll, ll.
Brzlvin. Row 'l'zuo.' Miss lvliurton, B. xxil'5l1'lX'!'lI' li.
Brewster, K. Duekett, I. Aselle, Martin, li. Clznllv.
Ron' Tlzree: .-X. May, I". Williinns, N. Bossert, S, Droll,
B, Pulsifer, C, Dennis, P, jones, M, llornlmrook,
players who will be leaving this year are
co-captains Kitty Duckett and Ingrid
Asche. Mary Hornbrook was the hard
working manager for the Lady Panthers.
sCIilf3m'LIi A.n.s. oi-in
Southern ,,., ,,,,.. 6 2 l Ii
Arundel ...... ,,..,t - 19 I Ii
Lackey ....,..,,,. 36 215
Glen Burnie ..,, ,,,,t I 3 20
Catonsville ....., .. 58 54
Arundel .,,.,, ,,.... 2 9 29
Southern .,,.,., ,,.,,, - 18 22
Glen liurnie ,,,, tiY,, I 45 Al-il'
Laekey .,,....,... .,..,, f 59 139
Glen Burnie ..,l ,.,,, 1 H lul-
Fzleulty .....,... ,,,,, l 32 l 5
Row One: M. Covington, R. Beavers, R. Rhodes, R. Whittington, D, Jacobs, R, Walston
Row Two: Manager M. Skipper, R. Kirby, R. Baldree, O. Beall, B. Asher, F. Caldwell, R,
Skordas, Coach Wetherhold.
As a strong nucleus of last yearls team
returns this season, the Panther baseball
squad is hoping to overshadow '52,s dismal
record by winning a large percentage of its
thirteen games this spring. Moving in as
chief mentor, Coach W'etherhold is leading
the boys through their paces, concentrating
particularly on fielding, which was one of
the big deficiencies of last yearis team.
Among the six returning lettermen are
Buddy Beavers and Ralph Rhodes, pitch-
ers, who were elected co-captains. These
veterans are being used to temper a group
of rookies, who, when polished, should keep
thc A.H.S. standards rising. So we turn our
eyes to the A.H.S. diamond with high ex-
7 ...,,i., ....... P rinee Frederick
16 .,.,... .....,.,...,..,. S outhern
21 ,... ..,....... I ,aekey
23 ,,.,,,, .......... A rundel
30 ..,,.,. ....,.. G len Burnie
1 ,,,.,,, .,.,.... S herwood
5 ,.t,... ..... N orthwestern
7 ,,,,.,, .,.,....,. S outhern
14 ,,,,,,. ...,... A rundel
19 ,,i..., .....,....... I ,aekey
21 ,,.,,,, ..,.... G len Burnie
Again, under the leadership of Margaret
lVharton, the Annapolis High School varsi-
ty softball team will have a hard season
battling the toughest teams in the county.
Returning to the diamond this year are
only a few "old-timers" since the majority
of the team graduated last year. Some of
the returning ballplayers are: .lean Tryon,
Peggy Streett, Phyllis Jones, Pat Duvall,
Nancy Stevens, and Pat Rawlings.
The girls have been working long hours
on the field practicing for their desired po-
sitions Among the thirty girls competing
few will be chosen for the team.
There are many newcomers out for prac-
tice this year, several of which are fresh-
men and very promising players. A few of
these are: Betty Rowan, Anne Caldwell,
Joan Berry, Beverly DiMaggio, Mary
Rhodes, and Pat Kallis.
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150 ....,. .t.,,, C llen Burnie
7 ..,,., ,,,,,, S outliern
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21 ,,,,,, Glen Burnie
Row One: S. Kintberger' B. DiMaggio, B. Rowan, A. Caldwell, B. Fillnian, P. Duvall, Razr
Treo: M, Bramble, B. French, L. Thomas, L. Brown, L. Brown, M, Moreland, N. Riddle-
herger. Row 7vllI'l'lf.' L. White, N. Stevens, C. YNolfe, Berry, M, Christenson, P. Callaliaii,
P. Allen, F.. Chaney, C. johnson, P. Rawlings, P. Kallas.
Although the A.H.S. cindermen will
greatly miss the fine ability displayed last
year by shot-putter, Jimmy Baker, and dis-
tance-runner, Jimmy Judd, the team is an-
ticipating a successful season. Again under
the coaching of Mr. James Cox, the Pan-
thers hope to participate in four or five pre-
liminary meets, as well as the annual State
track and field events.
Don Meyer, Steck Brink, and WVayne
Graham are the mainstays in the high-
jumping department, Meyer having at-
tained a record of 5 feet, 4 inches thus
far. Wayne Graham, who last year in the
state meet made a fine showing, has achiev-
ed an outstanding height of 5 feet, 7 inch-
es in the high-jump.
Stanley Entwisle will again tackle the
mile run, while Alan Gould and Giles Kin-
ner will handle the middle distance run.
Ronnie Jordan will probably hold the
shot-put division, his best attempt thus far
being 45 feet.
Returning players from last season, who
will again give valuable support to their
teammates are Jim Bryars, Vicky Hall,
Frank Caldwell, and Alan Gould.
Row One: Bryars, B. Sherer. Row Two: Coach Cox,
S. Entwisle, W. Graham. Row Three: D, Meyer, G.
Kinner. Row Four: V. Hall, F. Caldwell. Row Five:
Sharp, B. Gadell. Row Six: N. Lee, A. Gould. Row
Seven: W. Halbig, S. Wollman.
Bvcztllst' of thc' loss of zllmost all of tht'
'52 first string vollcybull tczxm, Miss Lu-
Civl Coggizino. Conch. chosv hcr now play-
vrs from ll spunky group of Sophomorvs
and -Iuniors. XIFICIYIIIS of lust svason pro-
viding thc' foundation for thc' hzird fighting
Pzxiitlivwttcs arc: Kitty Duckctt. Ingrid
Asvliv. Nancy Kick, Curolc Goodman. and
Spring was just around thc corncr on
M arch 16. whcn thc' girls bvgun thvir scrics
of zlftvrnoon przicticvs in thc' gymnasium
soon to lx' Continuvd outdoors. Vollvying.
scrving. und not tvchniquvs wort' strvssvd
and prowd Ll grvut zlssvt during thc vntirc
svuson. Thi' IUZIIU was cspvciully uttructivv
on tht' Court bvrznisc' of its hvight and this
gzivo it un vxcvptioiiul advantage' ovvr its
lo , ,A i,... Southvrn
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7 , ..,,. Southern
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Row Our: K. Duvkvtt, I. .-Xschm-, N, Zivk, Hmm' Two:
Miss Clogginno, D. Kliinvs, Cf, li0UCiIIl2lIl' B. L. Evans.
Ron' 7'lnw: NY. Hulilnnd, 'l'vrry, L. Wivkstronl. Ie01l'
lfourf M. L, Nivhols, K, Blllilllillly B, W'vstz-i'vm-lt, B.
Hrt'wst1'r, C. fiiilllllllllillll. Ron' l"i1'f': C, Dt-nnis. D, Pur-
dy, li. W'ood. limi' Six: B, I,lliSifl'l', I. ilillllllilll, H, lindlt-.
No! .xlm:4'n: M. Lipnisxn, F. I,ot'l1hon-lt'r-
L' In! ling..
"We've got a T-E-A-M!
That's on the B-E-A-M lin
Did someone say Pep? Well, just look at
our lively squad of cheerleaders in their
new maroon skirts and snowy-white sweat-
The girls, led by Evelyn Sweeney, have
done a lot to promote school spirit in
A.H.S. this year by appearing at pep ral-
lies, parades, bonfires, and all varsity
Regardless of weather, time, or circum-
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stances, pur cheerleaders. were always
there. . '
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Clockwixe: M. Metcalf, J. Earle, Klawans,
L, Barnes, M. E, Hopkins, P. Duvall, U, Hill,
J. Day, L. Brashears. Center: Sweeney, Not
Counter rlorl.zui.w.' I". xvllllllllm, P. Anderson,
M. Young, E. Shovestul, B. Palmer, M. Bethel,
B. lletlges, S. Marston, QI. Luttrell, M. Nichols,
Adding to school spirit were our high
stepping majorettes with their swiftly
twirling batons and snappy routines.
Under the leadership of Frances Wil-
liams, they formed intricate patterns on
the gridiron, and provided a colorful at-
mosphere at games, pep rallies, and special
To form these patterns successfully, the
squad endured hours of strenuous practice
and achieved their goal through their ef-
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Row Une: G. Hamilton, J. Taylor, G, Catt:-rton, G. Martin, R. jordan, R. Wnlston, G.
VV4-rrltz. Row Two: Mr. W'vthr'rh0ld, R, VVhittington, C, Gvorgr. E, Rvfkncr, B. Grubbs,
D. Holmvs. V
Row One: N. Riddls-bvrgc-r, J. Lanrastur, M. Mon-land, VV. Hubbard. Row Two: Mrs.
Sli-ichtcr N Stove-ns Como D. Purdy, M. Nichols, E. VVo0d, B. Evans, Row llzwem'
S, KintbLrgcir, L, Brown, C. Wolfc, L. Scwvll, J. Hinton, P. Kullis, L. SpringEs-ld.
lfilxt Row: G. Mzlrtin, C, Mott, C. Cnttvrton, P, Olson, B, Sl'hW2lI'fZh1'Y2. N. Bvrgholm,
Zzxdc-ral. Second Row: L. Whitv, S. Wollmnn, E. Rvckncfr, R. Skordns, D. L1-1-, C. Horton, A.
jam-s, L. Norwood. Third Row: C. Wm-rntz, L. Gvorgc, R, D4-arborn, R. Jordan, R. Titus,
C. Gvorgv, Mr. Fahrncr, Coach.
B, Hopkins, Brnshvnrs, I. Mason, M. Franvc, . Burdy, F. Brvzidy, B. Mz'Nulty, Not xhozvn
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lfzrst Row: D. Jacobs, R
Beavers, Pres., F. Walsh
Vine-Pres., B. Brown, Trens.
D. Meyer, Ser. Arms, Z
Johnson, Sec., K. Block, Mr
llerklotz, Mr. Wethcrhold
Second Row: Bryars, J
Bs-Ich, F. Caldwell, R. Jor-
dan, B. Brown, M. Cov-
ington, R. Skordas.
Newly organized, the "AU Clubs have co-
operated closely to accomplish their goal,
which includes promoting sports, creating
school spirit, and obtaining funds for ath-
letic advancement. Original pins and the
successful Homecoming Hop are just a
few of their accomplishments.
VARSITY "A" CLUBS
First Row: A. Wavra,
Treas., C, Cammarata, Vice-
Pres., K. Duckett, Pres., I.
Asche, Ser. Second Row:
B. Barry, P. Street, Try-
on, B. Fillman, P. Duvall,
B. Pulsifcr, Martin.
Third Row: B, Bramble, P.
Rawlings, B. Westervelt, M.
Row One: R, Beavers, I. Asehe, B. Pul-
sifer, D. Purdy. Row Two: P. Olson, R.
Skordas, F. Carlson, N. Riddleberger.
The Athletic Representatives plav an
important role in promoting sports and as-
sisting Mr. Herklotz, the Director of Ath-
letics, with his duties. At the beginning of
school, each class elects a boy and a girl,
usually outstanding athletes, to work with
him. They are then members of the
A.H.S. Athletic Association along with
the coaches, the presidents of the boys'
and the girls' Varsity "A" Clubs, and the
faculty advisors. Their jobs are helping at
athletic events, selling candy at many
school and outside benehts, and promot-
ing a well-organized sports program for
The representatives are:
Freshmen: Peter Olson, Norma Riddle-
Sophomores: Ralph Skordas, Dale Pur-
Juniors: Fred Carlson, Betsy Pulsifer
Seniors: Ralph Beavers, Ingrid Asche
SPORTS ACTIGN SHCDTS
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QUEEN AND HER CCDURT
PM-vm-rly ll:-dw-sa, lngricl .'XSl'IH', Fl'2llll'1'S Williams, Quwn
l'1x'm-lyn SVVl'l'Il1'y. Dizmz' Plxrdy.
Flashy campaign buttons, traveling slo-
gans attached to manned bicycles, gigan-
tic banners, and posters made of hedges
call to memory one of the most colorful
and strenuous Student Government Elec-
tions ever to be waged at A.H.S.
Elected in the spring of the year, new-
ly chosen officers strove to carry out their
campaign promises when school opened
in the fall.
Work was immediately begun on plans
for Homecoming, which included the elec-
tion of "Miss Annapolis Highu and her
court, a parade, and a pep rally held be-
fore the game.
Money obtained from the sale of Budget
Passes and the annual Stunt Nite perfor-
mance financed other government projects.
Book covers and handbooks were sold
Row One: Miss Noble, B, H1-dg
es, W'. Collison, B. Brown, F
Williams. Row Two: B. Leitch,
S. Marston, Ross-nbloom, R
Finklestine, N. Riddleberger, J
Shields, Row Three: C. Wayson
J. Fisher, N. Wayson, J. Kla-
wans, L. Sinclair, P. Kallis, L
Van Metre. Row I"ouf: R
Czuupbell, F. Bosley, A. Gaull-
iuzin, B. Callahan, W. Penning-
ton, A. Ball. Row I"iz'e.' R
Sl'llI't'llZ, R. Slll'I'l'l'. S. Grosv-
elose, B. Cltzunbers, R. Mandle-
korn, llolines, C. VVerntz
Row Six: M. Groves, B. Hop-
kins, L. White, L. Barnes, V
Clark, L. Mcflrone, R. Titus:
Row Seven: T. Schley, S. Robin-
son, S, Thomas, F. Rose-nbloom
D. Purdy, B. VVesti-rvelt. 1e0ll
Eight: M. E. llopkins, H. Don-
aldson, D, Meyer, S. Brink, F.
through the legislature.
Five CARE packages were sent abroad
through the efforts of the student govern-
ment and donations of the student body.
A clean-up campaign was sponsoredg
and posters, slogans, and announcements
advertised the project. Talks on "Good
Sportsmanshipn were given to homcrooms.
Walt Collison held the gavel while Bill
Brown acted as "Veep.', Frances Wfilliams
recorded the minutes and Beverly Hedges
was keeper of the funds.
Advisors of this important school activi-
ty were Miss Noble, Mrs. Alexander, and
Miss ll. Uoodv, B. Svhurr, Cl, Broun
VI t u B
H 0 0 R S 0 1 I E I dns, i . Bc' I 'l, S. Brink, B. rzlnx
lah-, R. liinklv, A. Stallings, M. Jus
' Marston, B. Lvitvh, l'. Clnllison,
Q Mvttznn, P. 'l'zlylor, E. 'I'uc'km'r,
D. Purdy fcvllplllillj, Luttrm-ll, S
' Brown, C. King, M. Raw, filllllllll
Stocklmznisc-11, li. Pikr, J. Lnrrimoim
I", Winlsli, li, llrivwii, I.
.Xsi'ln', L. l3i'n.iililiix, S. lant-
wiali-, S. Brink, N. linin-
ilnpkr, K. Uiii'k:'lt,
YVith thc' inziroon zirm bzincl as thi-ii
u I V Q V svnilml of ziilthorily. thi' 'l'i'ziHic' Squad
SIAIRS: lvunf mzv, figlif fu fwfr: S. lwnist, IJ. '
liziiiivs, li. Ilvilumv X. Stallings, R. Mriliitfliziii, Ii. Stl-iyt-5 to Inuintuin quit-I and 01-dt-I
Wi-slvrxi-lt, I". NYilli4nns, P, Rqiwiinus, X. Nilliaiins.
Al. iimiif.-ii, i-L, sw.-.-ii.-ii, ia. l'mi'i'y, ia. siiiii.-mi, .x. tlimughoiit our school. Mi-niln-rs of thi
B.n'in-S, Il. lfviiuiiwii, lf. Griiiituwivf, O. Bwaill, H. ' I 1 . I
izmii-ii, 'il wiii-Y, is. iii.-.-, xy i.ai-iii.-nil.-.-Q, s. cimi. bcnior Llgiss am- chosi-ii to the-sv positions
um' 'IA Ml'm'i'm' S"W'1l 'W' 'mn N' huh: C4 'l'hi'ii' nrinv 'obs inrluciv n-ffi1l'iliiw ti"if-
Iiiuuliliis, P. fi1'illl.Hl, R, Rlimlvs, S. Brink, Lf. c - ' P' ' F' '
K"'Q"'- M- U"'S""i- M' B""""' H- H'i"W"- B' fic in lmlls.cz1fvtci'izi.zissmnlalivagnicl firm
lh'4iiiilrli', RiiiiHi'in'i'ui'i', M. H.lllSllIll, lf. Bim-
nmn, R. Viiiklmx l5U'l"l'OM: lfnfli mm. lrf! In Clulyin RQQ4-1-5 tht- flu-uh!
right. I. ,Xwlii-, Nl. I.. HAllll'l', N, Hl'iIllilllJl'U', S. ' '
l.3,,l,,iS,,.- J. Sm. MA BM' ul. 1.-.,,.,,..ll' iq Wiilsli. SllIX'l'X'lS0l'. and Stzinlvy liiilwisli- sm-i'ws us
R. iiulmkiiix, Ni, .I.ixpvixuii, Z. IIUIIIISHH, Nflj Rug- .
vis. liuilnfn l"1n11f,' K, lliirkvtl, QI. Cfziiiiinxiixitgi, U. Cliptuln'
QI :fmt law. 'll Wilt-y, Aft
Emlitorg L. ll2lIIllDI'lll'll' Asst.
l,l10t0HT1l pliy Editor: ll.
Donaldson, Patron Maman-
gvrl Y. l1li'llIt'IllPl'l'g, Cirru-
I lution M2II1ZlHK'f. Srrnrzrl
Row: R. Mrllutrltzln, As-
'4 socintv Editor: N. Brin-
cluplu-, Editor-in-c'him'f1 A,
Stallings, l,itr'rz1ry liditorl
B, lN1ic'l1zu'lsor1, Aclvs-rtising
MllIl1lgt'F. Thin! Row: M.
L. Bziuvr, Chit-f Typist:
I,:ilmvitz, Plmtogrzxpliy licli-
torq ll. llorluiin, Asst, Lit-
vrnry liclitorg Brink,
Swlterl: Miss R. LflIlg2lII4'K'li-
rr, Mrs. M. Kinhurt, Mrs.
M, A, Rogvrs. Slnnrling:
Mr. R. Moorc, Mr. C,
l'u.st Razr: lx Williams M. l.. lianvr li. Swv:-ni-V
M. Nunn, XN'inclso1',' l. llc-nry, ll. Donaldson
.S'f'z'o1l1l Razr: .-X, lYavrzi, ll, l:i'I'!'llSUIl, H. BIIITY, S
Mason, R. lN1l'l,lll'I'?l0Ily l', Claypool, B, W'ostz'l'-
vvlt. Tliirzl lfurzu' Basil, Mnlliran, S. Ohlson
M. Lipnian, li. Sliovvstill, S. Fonst, D. Spanglm'
Frillffll Ifllfll' I. Brasllvars, M. Watt, K. Sonivrs
Riclmllm-ln-i'gi'r, ll. Goorlinan, M. Bausuni, M
Lan. Ififlli lfuzr: P, Rolmvrts, B, Bl'2lIllllli', B
Sfllllfll, ll. Zim-gli-r, S. jonvs, Earls-. E, Granto-
NVll'l. Sivlli lfuzfx' Lalyovitl, R. Pinklv, L. Roll-
liin-s, ll. llilll'll.
P:X'liRf7NS llllil .'Xl7V'lfR'l'lSlNfl
Fin! Ifozzx' llranzvll, P. llm-nry, S, Bryan, ll, Don-
alclson, xxIIlllS0!', M. Nunn. Svfrirzrl Roux' A.
lfalclwm-ll, li. lVvstc'l'x'vlt, C. flooclinan, E, Kotzin
M. Lipman, M, Barr. 'fhird lfozv: B, Barry, C.
Wl'l7l1, N. MrNvw, CI. fl0l'l'illIll. Bvlrh, B. Mi-
vlizivlsoii. lfourtli lx'ua': P. Yoinrhz-, Lalwovitl,
l'.lSlll'l', lf lloyt.
Pl IOTC NIR.-XPI IY and ART
L. lNlac'Murray, l.. llamlmrnvh, M, Lan, I". Rosen-
lvlooin, Lalmovitz, R. llarris, 'lf Wilvy, M, Sini-
nions, Sm-wvll, P. X-0lIlt'll1'.
l.l'l'IiRARY and lN'l.'XKl4l UP
lfiut Razr: R. llarris, S. Nash, N. llillllllllllly I.
txS4'll1', M. liipnlan, RlIllll1'lJl'Fgl'I', C, Gooclnian.
Srrorzrl lfmvf ll. Parkinson, S. lfonst, L. Robbins,
P. Roln-ns, B. Branllmlv, R. Finklr, K. Duvkr-tt,
'l'l1i1r1 li'ozr': li. Max, Mnllivan, E, Sll0X'l'Sllll, B.
llrclgvs, Y. Rilvy, M. Nunn, K. Block, 150111111
Noun' Bm-Ich, P. lloyt, Vlillt'lil'I', Basil, P.
Yoim'lu', R. llopkins, C. Knight. Fifth le01l'.' M.
Barr, fl. Cook, C. XN'ayson, li. YN'c-stvrvi-lt, S. Brvan,
M. Bvtllvl, .-X, Nvlson, Sivtlz llUIl'.' S. Brinkai C.
Uorknni, A. Stallings, ll. Millvr, li. W'illialns, ff.
Moslvy, ll. Kaufmann.
Q QW' 0'l fl' V'
.iz .. .1 ., '.,'iljt."i.
fall-5' M1 REPORTERS
nm One: E. Kotzin, E. Sweeney, E.
Max. Row Two: B. Hedges, K.
Duekett, Terry, B. Shoehat, J. Pat-
ton, M. Gingras. Row Three: D. Mor-
genstern, V. Clark, Russell, S.
How, M. Bird. Row Four: D. Kearse,
H. Day, S. Foust, I. Asehe, M. Barr,
ll. Sehieke, P. Joint-s, Brashears.
Row One: M. Nunn, M. Barr, D.
Basil. Row Two: S, MeNew, M. A.
Petty, ll. Henderson, A. Caurfman,
K. Ballman, Labovitz, B. Sweeney,
Row One: H. Gould, S. MCNCW,
V. Clarke, S. Emerson, S. Kintberger.
Row Two: B. Butler, Wilson, L.
Rossee, J, Fuller, D. Paulson, E.
O R SCHOOL EWSPAPER
The call of "Tally-How echoes through
the halls of A.H.S. No, not a fox hunt,
just the monthly distribution of our school
paper in homerooms.
Unfortunately, there is more to the pub-
lication of "ye ole,' Tally-Ho than distribu-
Chaos reigns in room 104 as the editori-
al staff measures, plans, writes, rewrites,
checks, reeheeks, cuts, and lpastes. To en-
tertain, inform, promote spirit and record
activities are a few of the many services
rendered by T-HO.
In the 1952 state competition, our Tally-
Ho writing team captured the Cumber-
land, Maryland Times Trophy by placing
first. The paper rated fourth in its class.
This year's accomplishments include
Teacher of the Month, Editor's Comments
and a new name plate.
Mrs. Virginia S. Ballard, editorial ad-
visor, trains cub reporters in the journal-
THE TALLY - HC
ism class and Tally-Ho Club to carry on
these policies and assists the present stall.
Though the Student Government partly
Hnances T-HO, advertisements are very
necessary. These are solicited and prepar-
ed by Mr. Roland Olsonis business Staff.
A paper is born!
Row One: M. Gates, Editorial Editor: P. Roberts, Editor-in-Chief: L. Rob-
bins, News Editor: M. Nunn, Exchange Editor. Row Two: P, Duvall, Sports
Editor: Mr. Olson, Business Advisor: N. Stevens, Feature Editor: S. Cork-
um, Feature Editor: J, Hatch, Photography Editor: F. Rosenbloom, Chief
Photographer: M, Barr, Business Manager: S. Brink, Art Editor: Mrs. Bal-
lard, Editorial Advisor.
wi Q X
','g.ss--rxaftf : . 2:-Q, A3 .
t -sores-or -f-Sfirexf
As thc' Curtain slowly opvnvcl, thc rhythm
of thc' HXV2lSlllIlgI0I1 Post lxlllllfllu gi'c'ctccl
that zissvmblvcl sturlvnts, who witiivssccl thc'
initiul zippvzirzxncc' of thc' maroon and blur'
hand uniforms which nrt' tht' rvsult of ll
thwv-y'0z1i' clrivv czirrivcl on by tht' P.'l'.A..
sturlvnt body :incl hztncl nimnht-rs.
Stuclvnts who lilac thvir music soft zlncl
swcvt, joinvcl thc' orchvstru. 'l'hc' cntirc stu-
Ifozf' Unf: D, llzirzwofv, N. Wilson, , N , . N '. .. , ., .-. '
W MMM, P' Umm, IL Hum., B' cle nt Locly .lppitcmtcs thc lmcltiship of
5111111 Nuff' Iwi W. Iiv-'fix S- Mr. W. Millvr, nvw hzmclmztstcr.
Sliorlmt, il. Cllairlx, Kzltrvl, l", Doli-
son, llolmvs, Mr. Milli-r. Ron'
'l'hrw.' R. Cowl-ll, S. lN'ollinam, K.
Orr, lf, Clorkrt-ll, W. lrllllllltlilll, YY.
Yvr'Q4', lvl. l'urnly, Nl. Sl'llIllt'Ill'I'.
I A . ,
I '-I .1 '
1 9 - r ' f ' ' 4.
. J Q t
lfuzz' f,7ll'.' Mr. YV. Millvr, ll. Brozultlus, lf. llulrlmrcl, R. jzlvkson, B. lin-ry, YV. lltibbzirdgj ., AJ'
Clcoi'gm'. Razz' 'l'zi'o.' D, lluhlmrcl, 'l'. Gross-, R. Cowlr-r, L. Czironnzi, lziylor, 6011 fllmff s' I
I", Ros:-nliloom, lf. Bosl:-y, B. llairpr-ntl-r, CI, Smith, li. Knirkinzm. Ron' lfrur: li.:,'N'ol ,X I
fl. W'ilmt'r, N. Nims, Y. llaill, B. llullt-r. Row lfizw: M. Willwrson, Zalaff , lffl i,ll,vxr '
Svwclin, L. lN'hit4'. Row Siy: S. Hntwistlz-, P. lloyt, 'lil1Ulll2lS, R.SRux,fFr, 'l1,g?Cli'i.' JJ'
Sturgis D. Russvll. Ron' Sf'I'4'7l.' l.. llznzls, M. W'ilson, O. WN'nyson, I.. ill:-i'y':l'9 oyls-5 Ii.
K2lll'llilll2lll. Ruiz' Iiiglzl: R. Skorclzis, Lvwgvr, R. S4'l1NV2lIlZllK'I'g, R. Wolluym.
'l'hc mclodious strains of many light airs
made thcir way from thc music room whcn
thc A.H.S. mixcd chorus, undcr thc dircc-
tion of Mr. Rohcrt Kunklc, Cngagcd in its
'l'hv chorus has sung gcncrously for thc'
school and outsidc organizations.
A nvxv addition to thc music world of
.-X.l'l.S. is thc Girls' Chorus, also dircctcd
V Row Une: M. Purdy, Klawans li, Barry, A.
by M r. lxunklv. Not onlv have thcv sung Pram. :emu vim- xi Bass, A. ima, I., llil-
1 ' 1 hu
as a group. hut on many occasions, joined
with thc mixvcl chorus.
rn, S. Mt'Ni'w, ll, B1-avin. Nou' 7'll1l'f',' S.
Marston, C. Yantinv, ll. Donaldson, M. li.
Hopkins, Mr. Kunlilc. lion' l'i0HI.' R, Stunipf,
M. YY:-lls, H. Robinson, Patton, I.. lic-try.
Rom l"iz'e: Larriniorv, M. Hausuin, KI. 'l'hoin-
--AND CHGRUSES i"' ii iiil
Hou' One: A, Nt-lson, li. Wlootl, D. King, Branzvll, M, Clulliinorv, M. Salavar, ll, Klang,
li. Milli-r, I., lh'aslit'ai's, AI. l"isht-r. Row 'I'u'o: llollison, M, Br-thvl, R. llall, li. Nvinitli,
lYintlsor, D, Pnrtly, A. Millvr, S. Kc-rr, Bausuni, M. Nunn, B. Svhurr, S, Bryan. Kon'
'I"1I1'f'.' 'lf St-hh-y, lf. Carlson, M. Corwvll, .-X. Ricliards, P, Jackson, Clraliain, M. llorn-
lmrook, E. Max, I.. M1'Cront', D. lYolstc'nliolnn', 'l'. Balwr, E. Etzlvr. Row Four: Lahovitl,
YV. St'liat'lll't', S. Foust, ll. Parkinson, P. Mille-r, S. Carpt-titvr, B. Mor:-land, I. 'l'alman, H.
lYtsturult B Siundtxs Bmllun l' lN'ishington Razz' Fil' ' 1 I' ' 1
- '- , . 4 "J, -I. ' 1 , . 2. A- . ff. X, laullmin, M. Barr, B, 1
Brown, D, Jacobs, 'l'. Short-S, Bull, U. Bm-all, B. Brown, Sinclair, B, Phillips, Storlu-tt,
, J, M , 1
Row one: Mrs, Adams, L.
Hanibrueh, M. Young, j.
Labovitz, L, Barnes, Day,
L. Bi-all, MQNQ-w, ll.
Donaldson. Row two: P.
Voinche, D, Every, G. Cook,
A, Bigler, K. Hallman.
The delightful 1952-53 assembly pro- the year's program.
'z '. h' hl' h d b b . .
gl im! lg dig te fy and Concerts' Plays with background music by the
.2 ,. 2 rl., . 1 1 1 , ft L. N . X
U ui I S Cm mmd IC prcsimd long chorus commemorated Christmas and luas-
terg the Tri-Hi-Y Club sponsored the as-
" - 1 'l ' d , ' r
lht ncw y organize orchestra and thc Scmbly for thc hmm.
enlarged A. H. S. band provided assem-
blies of varied music and the Naval Acade- Clubs and the family relation class, rep-
my Band, as their guests, supplemented resenting the school, supplied programs
Filing in. Hlilll dreaming of a Whitt- Cliristluasi' A. H. Sfs Scliolars.
Imff tu right: N, Brindupke,
"mutt I B1 Sho
chat, D, Morganstern, M.
D. Every, D. Donog-
M, A. Petty, A.
, ., 'rry, B. . -
from the school while Glen Burnie and
'llowson State Teachers' College furnish-
ed drama from other schools.
The National Honor Society, in recog-
awarded to outstanding athletes.
We broadened our horizons through
travel talks and discussions of world prob-
lems including: Europe by Dr. jenkins.
Korea by Mr. Fowble, Temperance by
of scholastic achievements, induct- Rev. Fred Smith, Pakistan by Mr. Ciropp
new members. four being sopho- and Petroleum by a representative of
At three assemblies letters were Standard Oil.
All together now! Back to the old grind.
A L.I'!'Y'1,r, HOKr.Y
Fllhiiif Tr, Z'
Jsrry Minton, a teen-agar ..,...
Album Parke-r, from mxt :!oor'..,....
ljqmlim, "monte," Jsrry's yuunger
Tiana, Jerry's older sister .........
lfeloz-hs Yunglrhanumr, the cook. ....
Tum Corning, in love with Diana ....
Roger Minton, the father .... .....
Eve Tyler, an attractive widow .....
Martha Hinton, the mother... .....
Hrs. Simmons, a trained nuraa .... ..
Grandma Thurman, P'.xrt.ha's mother...
The .iure-Shot Mar., an anemirmtor.
. ,UAW Stallings
. . . .Jane Labovitz
zginier. . . .Evelyn Sweeru
. . . ..Axms Csldvall
. . . .Rosemarie Finklc
. .Nancy Brindupke
ILACH The lkvirq mom of the liixntcr, Home in Ashton.
Tim: Tha present. Early summer.
Art, Ona: Late Afternoon.
Act, Two: .Late afternoon,
Ach Three: Early svening, the next day.
six days later.
1' A Qi
10 N FW
Row One: B. Sweeney, S. Uhlson, D. Morgenstern, B. Shoehat, C, Gill-
mer, M, Young, S. Kintberger, K. Simmons. Row Two: Miss Swartz, M, J.
Metcalf, B. Woods, M. Bird, P. Rawlings, Mr. Moore. Row Three: 'l'.
Sehley, P. Callahan, P, Eskew, Luttrell, A. Barnes, S. Jones, A. Wil-
liams. Row Four: Wilson, P. Miller, L. MeCrone, V. Cook, P. Voinehe,
M. Lau, A, Caldwell, D. Wolstenholme. Row lfizfe: D. Donaghue, P. Brad-
shaw, W. Baxter, D. Every, D. Purdy, L. Rossee, P, Jackson, M. L, Nichols,
J. Palmer. Row Six: H. Schieke, B. Butler, P. Hopkins, S. Groseelose, F.
Bready, M. L. Bauer, S. Case. Row Seven: L. Blair, Hebbard, S, How,
R. Hopkins, Fuller. Row Eight: E. Etzler, Currier, F. Rosenbloom,
C. Broaddus, A. Bigler, B, Palmer. Row Nine: J. Katvhef, J. Le-gum, P.
Hoyt, L. Barnes.
"Bigger and better than ever', . . . That
was the motto of the Social Committee.
Fulfilling their ambitions, they provided
effective decorations and the best bands
available. Students looking forward to
each promised event, thronged the cafe-
The "Harvest Hopw ushered in the fall
season with pumpkins and squirrels amid
dusty-golden corn shocks.
Glittering snowflakes and HuHy cotton
snowmen bedecked the cafeteria for gala
fun at the '6Winter Wonderlandw.
For the New Year, a new air of enter-
tainment brought the "Continental Dragf'
Posters with quaint customs and colorful
costumes set the stage. Cay music carried
out the theme with the lively Mexican Hat
Dance, swaying tangos, and rhythmic
rhumbas. As we danced to the strains of
Delbert Pushert's Orchestra, we were truly
captured by that 4'Continental', mood.
Arrangements are being made for the
Spring Formal, the gayest, happiest dance
of the year.
The president, Pat Rawlings, wishes to
express her appreciation for the splendid
help and co-operation she received during
The rigging of the S. S. Moonlight Bay
was one of our most exciting ventures.
As juniors, we planned and replanned
the decorations that transformed the cafe-
teria into a boat for our "dream inspir-
ingi, moonlight cruise.
Soft music rendered by the shipls or-
chestra, dressed in nautical uniform, beck-
oned the couples aboard ship through the
large life preserver that encircled the door-
Glittering anchors and programs trim-
med in sparkle dust, competed with the
starry-eyed couples to out-shine the
"moon,', while the "Music Makers" play-
ed the theme song, "On Moonlight Bayf'
Co-chairmen Frank Walsh and Beverly
Hedges kept the crew of workers busy un-
til the sound of "all aboarda' was heard
and the ship was ready to leave the dock.
Mrs. Morris, our class advisor, was a
great captain-always encouraging to the
Now welre seniors, and the decorations
have long since been cleared away. All
that is left is the memory we shall dream
upon and the wake left by the cruising
Stunt Nite' came' like' 21 star-studdvd
femtlight re'vie'w pz1cke'd full of top notch
tzxlvnt from A.H.S. l'1ve'rything from Zl jazz
band tem the' hilarious 'grI'rztHic Squad
cih0l'llSLiI1t'H trod our stzigex
First prize' we'nt to the' "Rocke'tte's" for
the'ir Chztrlvstmi' se'C0nd Jrize' to Violet
, I .
Clark for he'r Russian Dzmcvg :md third
prize' to Bill Kuufmzmn for the' Minuvt
Antique' by P2lCit'I't'XYSki.
vn, M. Purtly. Ron' Tlinfr.
Autos, A. lyflings, Ml's
Phi-rson, N, Mt'Kn1'w.
THE LIBRARY CCDMMITTEE
A D CFFICE ASSISTANTS
Bcforv. during and 2lfIt'I' school, thc Li-
brary Conimittvv. uuclcr thc' Clirvction of
's. Mary Ann Rogvrs, chicf librzuizin.
kvpt tht' A.H.S. library running smoothly
c:l'llIlIOWll'l, .-X. Atlauus, QI.
Gallop, li. lYn'st1'l'vl'lt,
Suit, N, lirimluplux Ruiz'
'l'z1'n: Riclcllz-hr'rgv1', .X.
Stallings, N, Scars, S. Bry-
nu, E. Bowman, S, Rawl-
ings. Rum T11 rf'1': N. Goss,
C. llilprrclit, M, L. Bnuvr,
R. BK'lIlll'y' l.. l'N'ootl, l,.
thvy lvzu'nc'd library methods.
zu Orin: l". YYilli:uus, li.
Picturvd bvlow arc' thc' stuflvnts who
work as assistants in thc main oflicv. 'l'ht'y
typtl run Crrzmds, zmswvr thv tvlvphonv.
file: and run tht' duplicating and mimvo-
Row One: M. Nunn, N,
Burkvrt. Roll' 'l'u'0.' Cl. Bow-
C. Gallup, H. llulvn, A,
Muhl, N. lvnyson, M.
Rogvrs, lilnilrian, Z. Bun-
tvr, S. llngootl, R. Mm'-
EVERY f DAY f ACTIVITIES
"Splendid, Mr. Peregoy, but there is no
such thing as feet per cubic gram." The
science classes of Messrs. Bischoff in Pere-
goy have produced such geniuses as Profes-
sor Belch and "Osmosis" Thompson. As
Sam said to Mr. Peregoy at the close of an
experiment, 4'Show us another trickf'
Are Ben, Don, and Dick really as innocent
as they look, Mr. Shank? Maybe they're
working on a Hi-Y Christmas Formal post-
er. Posters have been an important activity
of the art classes this year. Other class
projects have been fashion illustrations and
Cooking, sewing, child care, home man-
agement-these are only a few of the many
subjects offered the future home makers
at A.H.S. in Home Ee. classes. Girls in
this class are working on individual crafts.
Are knitting and sewing in a hem really
such serious jobs, Marlene and Bo?
These puzzled looking students could be
trying to recite, "agricola, agricolae, agri-
colae, agricolam . . . ", or "trabajo, traba-
ja, trabajamas, trabajan . . . "Q but since
Mme. Kinhart is in the front of the room,
they must be saying, "je travaille, tu tra-
vailles, il travaillef'
The typewriters rhythmically sing out their
message: "Now is the time for all good
men to come to the aid of their partyf, I
thought you were supposed to keep your
eyes on your books. Some unseen thing
seems to have distracted Miss Hoke and
her class. The WAKE photographer, may-
Although we're sure Miss Noble's U. S.
history classes are interesting, Dick and
Billy seem to be distracted by something
at the right, out of the picture. Could it
be that the mystery girl who left her pock-
etbook on the last desk is hiding from the
Picturvcl bvlow :irc soma' of thc
lt looks as if some' of thc' boys on
privzitn' Sl'Cl'l'i2lI'll'S of thc futurc. Thvsc' thc' football tvum make' usc' of thvir
studvnts will bc wcll vcrsvd in such scz1son's training by bring able to gvt
zirts :is shorthand, typing, and book- through thc' linv. That is, the lint' in
km-ping, upon graduation. thc cufvtcria. of course.
Buzzing saws and pounding ham-
mvrs arc' somc' of that sounds of ll busy
lnclustrizll Arts class. 'llhvsc' boys arc'
li-urning how to cwutc artistic and
usvful 1lI'flClt'S out of woocl.
4"l'hc jury Finds thc' dc'fc-nclzint guil-
ty!" 'l'hvsc words ring out when zin-
othcr Cust' in thc' Truflic Court has
bcfvn svttlvcl. A clcfvndzint is trivcl aft:-r
hc' has violzitrcl some' school rulv.
Row Our: IC. fi00llhlIl', YN
Baixtvr, lf. H11-y. lilly, M.
A, Pvtty. Rim' 'I':z'n: G. Mm'-
vciith, B. Sfilllllily S. Faust
Rim' 'lvhH'1'.' S. CLIN, E
Shuvvsiiil. Row IJOIIII E
'l'uc'ki'r. Rim' l"i:'f'.' G, Sal-
llllll'2lS, Lujoyc, W. Basil.
Razr' S1'.v: BIXIIIIUH,
Higgins, ll, Bull. lfn:z'Sf'1'-
mz: M, LHIIKITIS, S4 K4-rr
I.ailmvitl. Hou' Ifiglll: Y
lfaiikv, M. Kvairns. Hou'
N1'!ll'.' H. R. Iikv. Y. XYQNIL'
M. NR-st, li. Shi-n'I'.
ss IH, I., Hirks, Miss BI.
lx. Lux, hirs. ll. V, Lin'-
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag
of the United Status of America and
to the Republic for which it
stanrlsg one nation, indivisible, with
liberty and justice for all."
FRANCIS P. lil-ELLAMY
Q95 H l6',y
Annapolis High, competing with high
schools in New Jersey, Connecticut, Mich-
igan, and Maryland, was selected the re-
cipient of the 1953 National Francis Bel-
lamy award, presented by Miss Margaret
Miller, noted historian. Outstanding alum-
ni and school publications figured in the
actual winning of the award, as did the
history of the school.
c'The Annapolis High School has had
a very high honor bestowed upon it in re-
ceiving the Francis Bellamy Flag Award
. . . " was Mr. Fowbleds reply.
In a congratulatory letter, Governor
McKeldin states: "To me this selection of
the High School in Marylandas historic
capital is an honor to the entire state and
its school system, and to your outstanding
administration . . . "
The award will be presented at a formal
ceremony October 12.
Another school year has come to a close, a
most important one to the class of '53.
Looking back over our four years at A. H. S.,
we find many precious memories that remain deep
in our hearts. It is hard for one to realize just
how much these years meang until, in years to
come, we look back and see the rewards our some-
times long and anxious labors have gained for
us. It is the hope of the Staff of ,53 that the
WAKE may add some warmth to our fading
memories in future years.
And so, on June 12th, we leave behind the emp-
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Miss Shirley Achenback
Mrs. Walton Achenback
Mrs. Fred Alexander
Alice and Amelia
Mrs. Richard D. Alston
Eva Alvanos '48
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Alvey
Amy and Chester
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Anderson, Sr.
Miss Annapolis '52
Mrs. Jack Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Asche
Ben Asher '53
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Asher
Mrs. Grace E. Asher
Joan Asher '55
Marlene Asher '52
Mrs. Delores Askton '36
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde F. Atwell
Clyde N. Atwell '53
Mrs. Felton Atwell
Mr. Henry Atwell
Mrs. Joseph T, Atwell
Mr. Richard Audette
Dick Baker '52
Mr. Joe M. Baker
Mr. Joe Baker, Jr.
Mrs. Elaine Ball
Anamarie Ballman '52
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ballman
Mr. Cooke Bankert
Mrs. Charles Barnes
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Barr
Mylin E. Barr '53
Dr, and Mrs. George C. Basil
Jack Basil '53
Mrs, Reba Basil
Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Bauer
B. Baumiller, Jr.
B. Baumiller, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bausum
Mr. Fred Bausum
Miriam Bausum '53
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton E. Bazzell
Mrs. W. A. Beach
Mrs. Anne Beall
Mrs. James Beall
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Beall
R. Gordon Beard
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton A. Beardmore
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Beavers
Barbara Beavin '48
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Lee Beavin
Mrs, Henry Beck
George J. Becker
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bergholm
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Behlke
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alton Bell, Sr.
Mrs. Margaret Bentley
Ruth Bentley '53
Mr. R. Bertl
The Rev. Alden Besse
Mr. and Mrs, J, V. Bethel
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bevans
Mr. Edward L. Bevans
Miss Joyce Bevans
Mr. Stanley C. Bigler
Mrs. J. Irving Bird, lll
H. S. Bliss
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Block
Bob of Bay Ridge
Mr. and Mrs, John H, Bock
C. A. Bodger
Miss Betty Boettcher
Mr. Earl Boettcher
Mrs. E. Boettcher
Libby Boettcher '52
Mary Lou Boettcher '55
Mrs. Norman Boettcher
Dr. and Mrs. Alex L, Boro
Mrs. John R. H. Borouor
Miss Mildred B. Bougham
Mr. Roland Bounds
Mr. E. G. Bowen, Sr.
Mrs. Thomas B. Bowen, Jr.
Eleanor Bowman '53
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bowman
Mr. Earle Boyles
Mrs. Charles Brady
Mrs, A. H. Brakeficld
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bramble
Mr. Wayne Brant
Mrs, Dorothy Branzell
Mrs, Flora Branzell
J. H. Branzell
Mr. and Mrs. David Brashears
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Brashears
Mr. F. L. Brashears, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Brattain
Mrs. Bertha Braun
Lt. and Mrs. William Brendle
Cmdr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Brink
Mr. and Mrs Harold C Brink
. . , Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Brink, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison S. Brink
and Mrs. Chas. C, Broaddus, Jr.
Bill Brown '53
E. M. Brown
Mr. L. E. Brown
Mrs. Nadine Brown '47
Mr. and Mrs. Norman V. Brooks
Mrs. Betty Brunke '51
Shirley Bryan '53
Mrs. Stewart C. Bryan
Mrs. George E. Bryant
Mrs, C. Buck
John and Robert Bulcock
Mr. and Mrs. John Burl
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Burakowski
Mrs. Lillian Burns
Mrs. William Burtis
George Cadell '20
Gilbert Cadell '18
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Cadell
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cadle
Eleanore Cadle '53
Edgar E. Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Caltrider, Jr.
Mrs. Marie Cammarata
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbell
Robert H. Campbell
Mary Lou Cantler
Mrs, Henryetta W. Carpenter
Mr. Samuel Carr
Virgil Carr, Jr., '50
Mrs. H. Wayne Carrick
Mrs. Charles Carroll
Mr. Gordon Catterton
Mr. and Mrs. William Cavey
Miss Angela Challmes
Dr. R. G. Chaney
Mrs. Ruth Chiappone
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark
Mrs. Anna M. Clark '32
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Clarke
Mr. and Mrs. James Clarke
Claudia and Bill
Miss Evelyn Clay
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Claypool
Mr. and Mrs. Silvas M. Clayton
H, S. Cleveland
Anna Mae Clow
Mrs. John J. Clow
Mrs. Hugo Coelius
Mr. John Cofiel
Miss Lucille Coggiano
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Colburn
Gregory M. Colburn, Jr.
Miss Peggy Cole
Honorable W. Sterling Cole
Mdsm. W. Sterling Cole, Jr., lfc
Mr. and Mrs, Tom Cole
Mr. Thomas E. Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coleman
Mr. and Mrs. E. Aubrey Collison
Mrs. Ernest Collison
Robert M. Collison
Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Collison
Robert C. Cook '51
Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Cooley
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Corkum
Mr. and Mrs
. Wilson Corwell
Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Katherine Cox
Mrs. Marie Crest
Mr. A. Byron Crisp
Mr. Edward Crist
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B, Cullen
T. J, Cullimore
Mrs. Edward Cummings
Miss Alta Cunningham
Richard K. Cunningham
Mr. John L. Currier
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Curry
Mrs. Donald J. Cyr
Miss Peggie Cyr
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Damaron
Mr Ral h L Damme er
. P - Y
Dorothea Daniels '52
Capt. and Mrs. J. F. Davidson
Mrs. Betty Davis
Bill Davis and Evelyn Stockett
C. R. Davis
Miss Elizabeth V, Davis
Mrs. John Harwood Davis '40
Jennie Collison Davis '43
Mrs. Homer Dawson
William R. Dawson
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm DeConway
Mrs. Fred S. Dennis
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon
Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence F. Dobbs
Mrs. Marie Dodson
Don and Judy '52
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Donaldson, Sr.
Helen I. Donaldson '53
Miss Phyllis Ann Donnelly
James W'. Dougherty
Mrs. K. E. Dowe
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Drew
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Duckett
Mrs, Russell Duckett
Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Dunleavy
Mrs. Russell Dunker
Marguerite Durm '48
Mr. and Mrs. Sherod L. Earle
R. M. Eggleston
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Eggleston
Mr. Fred Erlich
Mrs. C. Eley
Mr, and Mrs. Arthur G. Ellington
Mrs. Edward Elliot
Mrs. G. M. Elliot
Stanley Entwistle '53
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Entwistle
Mrs, E. D. Evans
Ernie and Ethel
C. J. Fahrner
Mrs. Dorothy Farish
Mrs. Joseph H. Farrell
Mrs. W. O. Faust
Miss Nyce Feldmeyer
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ferguson
Mrs. Clara Finkle
Mrs. James Finkle
Mr. H. Edmond Fleming
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Fleming
Miss Hazel Fogle
Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Foster
Susan L. Ford
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Foust
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Foust
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Fowble
Mrs. D. M. Fowler
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley L, Fowler
Deborah Fox '54
Mr. Gene Fox
Mr. and Mrs. George Fox
Mr. C. M. Fraleigh, USN
Mr. H. E. Freed
Mrs. Norman R. Freeman
Mr. Clifton R. French
Mrs. Edith French
Mr, and Mrs. Mumford W. A. French
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney W. French
Bertha Freyman '56
Mr. and Mrs. Carl N. Fuller
Mrs. Mary Fusco
Mrs. Lyle Gaither
Mrs. C. A. Gallop
Edward Carl Gallop
Kathryn W. Gannaway
Florence Brooks Gardner '29
Miss Marion Garton
Mrs. C. P. Gates
Mr. Robert Gaug '53
Mr. Harold Gayhardt
Mrs, Lawrence Gayhardt
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Gibbs
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gibson
Mrs. Jack Gillespie
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. O. Glanzcr
Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. B. Glennon, Jr.
Miss Jeanette Gloth
Mr, and Mrs. Frederick L. Goddard
Thomas Leroy Goldsmith
Charles Michael Goldsmith
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Goodman
Carole Goodman '53
Norris Goss '53
Stefan F. Goss
Mr. and Mrs. George Gould
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gould
Miss Audine M. Graham
Mr. Grover Grimes
Miss Irene Grimm
Miss Virginia Grimm
Alice D. Groleau
Mary Ann Groves
Mr. Woodrow Grubbs
A. Gertrude Guy
James F. Guy
Robert Guy '53
Mrs. Charles Haas
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Haas, Sr.
Mrs. Virginia Hahn
Mr. and Mrs. William Haide
S. V. Hallock
Mary Rita Hall
Mrs. Howard E. Halsey
Janet Halsted '52
Florence Hambruch '30
Miss Dorothy Hamilton
Mr. Ralph Hammer
George T. Hardt
Mrs. Blanche Hargest
Miss Clara Harris
Delores M. Harris
Mr. Harvey Harris
Mrs. Claire Harves
Mr. and Mrs. Evans Harwell
Mrs. Worth Hatch
Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Hawes
Prof. and Mrs. Ernest Hawkins
Mrs. J. L. Hayes
Mrs. Jane Hays '44
Mrs. O. G. Hays
Capt. and Mrs. T, Hazen
Barbara Joyce Hazen '53
Mary Jo Hazen '51
Mrs. S. M. Hebbard
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hebden
Mr. W. Hecker
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hedges, Sr.
Mrs. Heinriek Heep
Marlene Heisler '53
Walter L. Heisler
Mr, Donald C. Helmer
Mr. and Mrs. Claude E. Henderson
Robert George Henkleman
Mr. E, Henry, USN
Mrs. E. Henry
Patrick Henry, '53
Mr. E. H. Herklotz
Mrs. Walter E. Herr, Jr.
M. D. Hillman
Mr. Richard Hinkc
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hiltabidle
Golda S. Himburg
Mrs. V. Hodson
Mrs. Lillian Hoffman
Sadie E. Holland
Mrs. Selina Holland
Joy Holmes '56
Mr. Walter Holowak
Miss Elizabeth C. Honikel
Ann Hood '55
Nancy Hood '52
Betty Ann Hopkins
Mrs. C. W. Hopkins
Mr. and Mrs. John Hopins
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lloyd Hopins
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Hopins '
Mr. T. F. Hopins
Mr. W. L. Hopins
Mrs, George Housley
Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. How
Luther E. Howard
Mrs. Claire Howes
Prof. and Mrs. John P. Hoyt
Robert Atlee Huffer
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hughes
Mr. John Humphery
Mrs, Richard Humphreys
Mrs. W. C. Jamar
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jang
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Jarboe
Mrs, Alexander Jarrell
Capt. and Mrs. R. E. Jasperson
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jay
J. D. S.
Capt. and Mrs. Jenkins
W. P. Jenkins
Harriet E. Jewell
Mrs. Emma Joaeluin
Miss Theresa Joaeluin
Eleanor and Joe
Miss Lea Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E, Johnson
Mrs. Thomas A. Johnson, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones
Emma Jeannette Jones '52
Ruth Jones '52
Mrs, R. J. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Jones
Vickie Lea Jones
Mr. Warren Jordan
Mr. John Joy
Mrs. F. W. Joyce
Dr, and Mrs. John C. Joyce
Dr. and Mrs. Osler C. Joyce
Maj. and Mrs. W. Judy, USMC
Adie Katsef '52
Miss Ruth Kaufholz
Mr, F. W. Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kaufman
Charles C. Keyes
Mr. William Kearney
Mrs. Fred Keeler
Thomas L, Kelly '51
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kerr
Mrs. Victoria D. Kilmer
Mrs. H. A. Kimball
David King '53
Mr, and Mrs. A. Pearce King
Miss Lorraine King '52
Dr. and Mrs. Howard A. Kinhart
Rev. and Mrs. Charles F. Kirkley
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klakring
Mrs. Huberd Klein
Frances Klimes '52
Cynthia Knight '52
Mr. Robert W. Knight
Mrs. H. W. Knode
Mrs. Karl Koch
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B, Kolb
Mrs. A. A. Konitzer
Mrs. Mason Korman, Jr.
Eileen Kotzin '54
Mrs. S. Krasnan
Chang Slo Ku
Mrs. C. Kutsch
Mr, Robert F. Kunkle
Hinda Sue Labovitz '54
Jene H. Labovitz '53
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Labovitz
Mrs. Sidney Lacey
Mrs, Eulalie F. L'Aigle
Capt. Richard Lake
Mrs. Virginia Lamb
Mrs. Claude A. Langston
Donna E. Lape '52
J, R. Larkin
Mrs. Robert F. Latham
Mr. S. Howard Lawson
Pauline J. Leanos
Mr. Leonard E. Leatherbury
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lee
Mrs. E. Leipe
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence V. Leitch
Emilie A. Lengel
Miss Katherine Leonas '52
James W. Levay '50
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levin
Mrs. R. Levy
Mrs. Howard Lewis
Mrs. John Lichtenberg
Anna Dorsey Linder
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Linskey
Joan Lipman '50
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lipman
Mr, Pete Lisko
Albert L. Listman
Mr. Francis T. Lochboeler
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lockett
Francis Dolan Loftus '37
George Loftus '38
Mr. Ernest Long
Mrs. George Long
Mr. P. J. Lynch
Mr. and Mrs. Lyttle
Lt. J. MacDonald
Lee M. Mace
Mr. Earl Macey
Miss Carolyn Mack
Mr. and Mrs, Ralph MacMurray
Mrs. C. E. Maloney
Dr. Wilbert C. Manke
Miss L. C. Marking
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ross Marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marshall
Mr. James Martin
Dr. and Mrs. Jimmy Martin
Mr. Ray B. Martin
Mr. W. J. Martin
Mrs. Betty Martuszewiski
Mary and Lois
Mr. Edward F. Mason
Sally Mason '53
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mason
L. A. Matulewiski
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Max
Mrs. Andrew F, May
Clark B. May, Sr.
John Edwin May
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McCrone
S. T. McCubbin
Mrs. G. T. McCutchan
Rose McCutchan '53
Dr. George McDonald
William John Ayers McKee
Charles McKnew '52
Cmdr. and Mrs. H. B. McLean
Miss Mary Lou McMahon
Mr, and Mrs. McNulty
Mr. R. L. McPherson, Sr.
Mr. C. Meile
Mrs. Margaret Meisel
Mr. Harry Meiser
Mrs. Arch Mellor
Mrs. Leslie Merkle
Mary Jane Metcalf '54
Mr. and Mrs. A. Meyers
Mr. and Mrs. S, Michealis
Ben Michaelson '53
Judge and Mrs. Benjamin Michaelson
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mileto
Betty Lou Miller
Col. and Mrs. DeWolfe Miller
Mrs. George R. Miller
Kenneth Melvin Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller
Jennie T. Milling
Mr. Edward Mills
Capt. and Mrs. J. T. Miser
Caroline E, Mitchell
Mrs. Helen Mitchell
Mrs. Katherine Mitchell
J . A. Moon
Ansel Moore '47
Capt. and Mrs. Ben Adams Moore.
Mr. John Moran
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moreland
Mrs. Roy Morgan
K. F, Morris
Mrs. Sinsel S. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Morrow
Jackie Mullican '53
Pat Mullican '52
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar R. Mumford
Willard Mumford '51
Mrs. W. C. Munroe
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Murchake
Cmdr. and Mrs. John F. Murphy
Louise Murphy '52
Mrs. Ruth E. Murray
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Musterman
Powell J. Musterman '27
William Hy Myerle
B. T. Myers
Mrs. Frank Nakamura
Mrs. V. W. Nash
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Nemith
Mrs, J. Newton
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nimon
Mrs. Sadie Nimon
Miss D. L. Noble
G. W. Norris
Mrs. Jane Norris
John L. S. Northrop
Mrs. Irene Norton
Louis "Peanut" Norwood '53
Mrs. B, E. Noyce
Mrs. W, W. Nugent
Cmdr. and Mrs. J. R. Nunn, USNR
Miss Mary Nunn
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Nunn
Judge and Mrs. W. H. Nunn
Mr. and Mrs. George W, Nutwell
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nyman
Mrs. A. E. Oaksmith
Mrs. E. Oaksmith
Mr. Gibbs Oaksmith
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. O'Callaghan
Robert W. Ogle
Mr. and Mrs. Eskil M. Ohlson
Mr, and Mrs. Willard A. Oldfield
Mr. R. A. Olson
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. O'Neale, Jr.
Mrs. Marie E. Orme
Bruce McCay Owens
Lemon Owens, Jr., 52
Mr. Irving M. Page
Mr. Danny Palmer
Jo-Anne Palmer '55
F. Panetti '45
Mrs. Charlotte Pardoe
Mr. and Mrs, Stewart U. Patten
Miss Hazel Pauson
Mrs. Samuel Peacock
Mr. and Mrs. T. Harry Penn
Don Pennington '51
Maxine Pennington '55
Mr. and Mrs. Osma M. Pennington
Mr. J. A. Peret
John Owen Peret
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Peret
A. L. Peterson
Betty 'Footsie" Pfautz '52
Spencer W, Phelps
Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Phillips
L. L. Pierpont
Mr. Albert C. Platz
Mrs. Hallie M. Popham
Mrs. John S. Post
Mrs. A. M. Poteet
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur G. Pressler
Mrs. Eva Proskey
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Purdy
Joyce E. Purdy
Mrs. Robert Purdy
William B. Purdy
Miss Alice Pyle
Miss Dorothy Pyle
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Radcliffe
Mrs. Robert Rank
J. Gilbert Rankin
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rawlings
Pat Rawlings '53
Mr. and Mrs, Quenin T. Rayhart
Mrs. C. T. Reade
Diane L, Reed
Jay Reed '52
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Reell
Mrs. C. M. Reckner
Mr. and Mrs. Jack V. Reckner
Miss Elizabeth Rector
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Reese
Mr. Alan Reiter
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes
Mr, and Mrs. Chester Rice
Mrs. Morris Riddle
Mr. and Mrs. Riddleberger
Joan Riddleberger '53
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Riggins
Mr. and Mrs. George Robbins
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Roberts
Cmdr. and Mrs. William A. Robie
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Robinson
Mrs, John W. Rogers
Mr. J. A. Rosati
Mrs. S. I. Rosenberg
Mr. Donald Rosever
Mrs. R. C. Rowe
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Russell
Miss Jean Russell
Dr. and Mrs. Oneal F. Russell
Miss Diane Rust
Dr. and Mrs, H. H. Sadler
Mrs. Gilbert Sakers
Mr. Milton Salkin
Mrs. Edith Sames
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Sames
Betty Jane Saunders '52
Miss Naomi Saunders
Mrs. John Saxton
Barbara Schaeffer '52
Mrs. F. P. Schiaflino
Mr, Frank Schiavello
Mrs. Charles Schlegel, Sr.
Mrs. Clifford Schneider
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Schnydman
Jimmy Schoocraft '52
Mrs, J. W. Schley
Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Schreitz
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Schultz
Mrs. Florence E. Schurr
Mr. Walter M. Schurr
Mr. William Schurr
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Sears
Donald Sears '54
Ida Ann Sears '50
Jean Carolyn Sears '46
Leah May Sears '55
Af2c Roger W. Sears '50
E. R. Seeders
Mrs. Louis Senesi
Mr, C. R. Shank
Mrs. Margaret Shank
Joe Sharp '56
Mrs. Roger Shaw
Floyd W. Sheckells
J. H. Scheckells
Mrs. L. Sherbert
Mr. Tom Shibley
Helen C. Shores '27
Sidney T. Shores
S. T. Shores, Jr., '53
Miss Lynn Shovestul
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Shovestul
W. O. Siegert
Mrs. L. W. Simpson
Mrs. Lorraine Skoch
Sigma Theta Phi
Mrs. Audrey Smith
J. Orville Smith
Kathy Smith '52
Mrs. Robert A. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith
Smokey U. M.
Mrs. R, T. Somers
Mrs. P. J, Soash
Mrs. A. R. Sommers
Mrs. J. G. Spangler
Druscilla Spangler '53
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Speicher
Mr. Bert Spriggs
Valerie J. Spriggs
Mr. and Mrs. G. A, Springfield
Mr. Charles Stahl
Mrs. Elizabeth Stahl
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Stahl
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Stallin s r.
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Mr. Allen T. Stallings
Mr. and Mrs, Charles R. Stallings
Mr. Guy Stallings
Margaret Anne Stallings
Mary Ellen Stallings
Mrs. Robert Stallings
Mrs. Aaron Stambaugh
Mary Estelle Stehle
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Stein
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stephens
Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Sterling
Clayton H. Stevens
Margaret Talbott Stevens
Miss Sharon- Louise Stevens
Beverly Collison Stewart '47
Mrs. Irvin Stinchcomb
Mrs. Adele Stockett
Mrs. J, V. Stover
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strickland
Mrs. H. Sturdevant
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sturgis
Miss Elizabeth Suit '46
Jesse Suit '53
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Suit
Mrs. L. B. Suit
Miss Letha P. Sullivan
Theodore H. Sutphin
Mr. R. J. Swallow
Mr. Thomas B. Sweeney
Sylvia and Jack
Mdn. O. Charles Tack, Jr., '51
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Talley
John J, Talman Af2c
J, J. Talman
A. Vernon Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Taylor
E. C. Taylor
Mrs. H. J. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. James Owen Taylor
Douglas "Spider" Thomas '53
James Thomas, Jr., '54
Mr. and Mrs. John R, Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Thompson
Coach Earl J. Thompson
Mrs. Lewis Thompson
Mrs. Lottie Tice
Beckey Tirchman '50
Mr, and Mrs. Freddie A. Tomanio
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tongue
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Trueblood
Patsy Turner '52
Mr. and Mrs. Van Arsdall
Aflc James C. Vanderburgh
Mr. and Mrs. L. Vanderburgh
Mary A. Vanderburgh
Mrs. H. E. Van Hoy
Mary Ann Vick '48
Carolyn Voigt '53
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Voigt
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Voinche
Mrs, Evelyn Walking
Ronald Walking '54
Mrs. L. Wallace
Mrs. W. Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Walsh
Mrs. Cora Ward
Mrs. M. N. Ward
Mrs. Emily Warthen
Mrs. Ben Watkins
Clifton B. Wayson
Mr, Kenneth Wayson
Mr, Henry Weaver
Carolyn Webb '54
Mrs. Velma Webb
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Weiss, Jr.
Lt. and Mrs. R. S. Wentworth
William Garner Werntz
Beverly Wertz '52
Mr. Richard Westermeyer
Mr. Kenneth Westervelt
L. W. Whaley
Mr. and Mrs. Bennet Wheeler
C. Ellsworth Whittington
Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Wickstrom
Mrs. B. Wiegard
Mrs. Margaret Wilde
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilford, Jr.
Mrs. Andrew Williams
Audrey Williams '53
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M, Williams
David Williams '54
Miss Elizabeth Williams
Mr. John Williams, Jr.
June Williams '56
L, F. Williams
Margie Williams '48
Mr. Russell Williams
Mr. Wilmer's T, V.
Gary Wilmer '55
Mr. Loring Wilson
June Windsor '53
Huck Winegardner '51
Miss Charlotte Wirth
Mae Witt '53
Mrs. R. W. Witt
Dianne Wohstenholme '53
Irving I. Wolfe
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wolf
Mrs. Catherine Woolford
H. A. Woolford
Harrison A. Woolford
Mrs. Milbourne Woolford
Robin Woolford '53
Mr. Tom Woolford
Capt. and Mrs. L. O. Wood
Paul J. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wood '22 and
S. F. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wooters, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. V, J. Wormwood
L. A. Wright
Boyd H. Wylie
Mr. Robert Witt
Rita M. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Zacharias
Betty Ziegler '53
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design and engraving.
We have found real satisfaction in pleas-
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as your photographer and your printer.
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fi Finest Selection of Clothing and Shoes in Their History
Arrow, Botany, Bostonian, Stetson I
Palm Beach, Marlboro, Interwoven
if Compliments of fi
MEREDITH - ROANE CUMPANY, Inc. 2
P.o. Box 428 2
is ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND I
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The J. F. Johnson Lumber Company
Lumber - Millwork - Paint - Hardware
Builders' Supplies - Appliances
ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND
Telephone 2337 Telephone 100
'Richer Milk in Cream Top Bottlvsv
The Annapolis Dairy Products Company
Pasteurized Milk and Cream
- Ice -
126 WEST STREET ANNAPOLIS 2345
Reach - Wilson - Spaulding - O'Shea
ARUNDEL LAUNDRY ir
When Thinking of Sports Goods . . .
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SPA ROAD d WEST ST Outfitters to the Annapolis High School
nn ' 169 Conduit sf. at Main
' Congratulations to
The Class of 1953
Gate Restaurant NATIONAL BANK
. and Hotel
2063 West Street Ext. Annapolis, Md. OF ANNAPOLIS
Phone 7125 or 9798
CAPITOL CITY FLORISTS
CORSACES - CUT FLOWERS
Flowers of all Kinds
for every occasion
TELEGRAPH DELIVERY SERVICE
Greenhouses: Tyler Avenue, Eastport
J. R. MCCRONE, JR.
Shop at . . .
Leading Store of Annapolis
100-106 Main Street
Best Wishes to the Graduates of I 953
County Trust Company 3
French Oldsmobile, Inc.
2051-7 West Street
Best Wishes to the Class of 1953
The Annapolis Banking
and Trust Company
Studio of Photography
' Weddings 0 Portraits ' Commercial
Your Official '53 Wake Photographer
10 Platzer Lane
Glen Burnie, Md. G. B. 1689
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THE PARSON CO.
220-222 Mein Street
Watches and jewelry Repairing
ANNAPOLIS HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS RINGS - 1953
205 Main St. Annapolis
CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH Cars
6-8 --Imperial 8
Telephone 401 1
MARYLAND GARAGE, Inc.
170-172 Conduit Street
Chuvk Greco G. C. Fitzgerald
Finest Steaks and Seafood
JONES STATION, MD.
Six Miles from Annapolis on Ritchie Highway
Severna Park 482
Buy Your Graduation Clifts
THOMAS G. BASIL
- and -
Good Luck Class of 1953
158 Main Street
"Known for Nationally Known Shoes"
122 Main Street
"The Store for the Well-Dressed Woman"
R. M. Eggleston Company Ill
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H 6 N. Taylor Avenue
Plumbing - Heatinv - Oil Burners
Hot Water Heatlirs - Pumps
Sales - STUDEBAKER - Service F ugl Oil
90 Compromise Street PROMPT, DEPENDABLE SERVICE
Annapolis, Maryland Tel: 9231 Dial 6421
Best Wishes to xi
The Graduates of 1953 Good Luck Class of 1953 gi
THE FARMER'S SUPPLY LIPMAN'S
72-174 ' S
EQUIPMENT co. Inc. 1 Mm
A'maP0'iS, Md- ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
Phone 6624 or 2920 2024 West St.
Skating: 7:30 to 11:00 Every Night
Matinee: Saturday and Sunday
2:00 to 5:00
BARBECUES - MILK SHAKES
ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND 3 Mile Oak
E. CHURCHILL MURRAY Love and Kisses
Insurance Class of J53
THE IVY SHOP
161 Prince George Street
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2 Your Favorite Silver Patterns by
C0f1gff1fu1f1ti0'1-Y to Stieff - Cnrhaln - Wallace
The Class of 1953 Towle - International- Lunt
i and others are at
PALMEIFS TILGHMAN COMPANY
E G Registered Jewelers - American Gem Society
5 44 State Circle
i Best Wishes, Graduates, and always remember Compliments of
2 "People have within their own hands AZAR 2
the tools to fashion their own destiny." Phone: 81462 a
E M. D. LINCOLN, President --- -
3 F RICCIN S AUTO SERVICE
INSURANCE COMPANY Body and Fender Work
2 Annapolis M d 2026 West St. Parole
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J. F. COMOLJAK KRAUSE FURNITURE COMPANY
3 Concrete Products Co" Inc' "The House of Select Furniture"
' Concrete and Cinder Blockx - Wall Ringx 5
g 1841 MCGuCkian St- 1800 Blork West Street 3
2 Phone: 6744 Annapolis, Maryland Annapolis, Maryland
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5 Phone: 7530 Compliments of
. THE WILLIS FURNITURE STORE
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Nezc' and Used Furniture - Antiques 2029 West St. Extended 2
2010 wad St. Extended Annapolis, Md. , , , , 'E
THE HECHT COMPANY Comffffmmff Of
2 West Street at Russell ZANG AND SONS
E Annapnlia, Md. BUILDERS, Inc.
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Esso Service Station RUTH SPECIALTY SHOP
Lafayette Avenue and West Street Ruth K. Rosenbloom
Annapolis, Maryland 161 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
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CAPITAL RESTAURANT A T"'
175 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
JOSEPH D. LAZENBY You Will Enivw Shvilfiflg at
Insurance and Real Estate BERMAN,S
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214 Main t e 2 nnapo is, 168 Main Street X.
"In Annapolis Since I880,, "Always Something News' 3
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3 ffl-lat Shgpv Max Ambaeh
197 Main Street Annapolis, Md. 180 Main Street Y Annapolis, Md.
li Compliments of Compliments of
5 G. T. SHERWOOD si co. THE ANITA SHOPPE
Wholesale Confectioner.: 181 Main Street '
23 257-9-11 Evergreen Ave. Phone 2402 2
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929 west street Annapolis, Md. Day 2650 - Phones F N1ght 7144
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ii Compliments of 1 Annapolis, MaI,y1and
it JIM'S CORNER RESAURANT 4 Annapolis High's Own -1- 35
E For Good Food and Drink
2 294 West Street Annapolis, Md. 275 West Street gs
Chris S. Psamadakis
Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of 1953
LINCOLN f MERCURY 3
CLIFF DAWSON STORE BERT SPRIGGS MQTOR
, Severna Park, Maryland , SALES, Inc'
2 1013 West Street Phone 9234
E Congratulations! Complimmm of 2'
, GIRLS OF FARM BUREAU CLASS OF '52
Shirley Meade Barbara. Johnson Ruth Jones M' 81'
Frances Klimes Patsy Turner R. Montalbano
Diane Gillgm Adie Katsefd ganette Joines Phone 2244
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Best Wishes to the
Shop at-THE FASHION-and Save Clan of 1953
53 Maryland Avenue
Congratulations and Best Wishes
THE FLOWER MART
90 Maryland Avenue
fCorner State Circle and Maryland Ave.j
Your Leading Florist
Oflieial A.H.S. Jewelry
STEARNS COLONIAL JEWELERS
47 Maryland Avenue
Slip Covers Reasonable Prices
Draperies Prompt Delivery
THELMA H. TONGUE
Dial Annapolis 4128
Phone 7510 21 Glen Avenue, Annapolis, Maryland
Compliments of I I
KING'S BAKERY 5 "
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"Baked Goods of the Better Kind" 1 :Sf ia 1
56 West Street is S 'I ut 'M'
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Dari-Rich Chocolate Milk
Dial Annapolis 2100
OSCAR SHACKS CO. Phone 2555 M 91882
D p K K F MU' A 45-49 West Street- 1714 West Street
so rm- I 1 , THE HENRY B. MYERS co.
37 West St"Cf't- Am1aP0l15s Mawland Farm and Home Supplies Since 1880
Sole Agent for Mojud Hosiery and Lingerie Annapolis, Maryland
ROYAL RESTAURANT I EVA GUDE BRANDT
- Realtor -M
25 West Street Real Estate Sales and Rentals
Annapolls' Maryland 20 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
Dial 9792 phone 4512
HOPKINS FURNITURE CO. C, ll. t f
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Home of Better Furniture
123-127 Main Street Annapolis, Md. A FRIEND
SANITARY LUNCH BETHOLINE - SINCLAIR SERVICE
Q 927 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland
111 Mum St. Phone 9615 Phone: 3871
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CULLIMORE S THE COLUMBIA JEWELRY Co.
Where Bay Ridge Meets Chesapeake Avenue . . .
East Ort jewelers - Watches E Diamonds - Opticians
P 138 Main street
Dollar for Dollar You Can't Beat a Tam Joines, Prop. Annapolis 6124
PONTIAC RELIABLE RECAPPING CO.
Inc 439 F0uI'tl1 StI'C6t, Eastport
5 ' Annapolis, Maryland
if 261 West Street Phone 2335 Distributor of U. S. Royal Tires
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Q' COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ARUNDEL RUG CLEANERS
3 Annapolis, Maryland Spa Road f West Street
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5 ANNAPOLIS BUICK COMPANY
240 West Street
Housewares - Gifts -4 Appliances
THE HOME APPLIANCE CO.
Makers of Happy Homes
51 West Street Telephone 6488
2 Compliments of
SEARS, ROEBUCK 8L CO.
8 WVest Street, Annapolis, Maryland
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Goodrich Tires - Batteries 1 Tubes
ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY
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MILLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
44 west street, Annapolis, Md.
if Phono 5112
FIRESTONE HOME 8a AUTO 2
Tires and Batteries
272-274 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland
Phone : 4743
The Store for Children
Dial 6382 Annapolis, Md.
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112 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
Phone 2140 if
Telvision - Appliances .
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Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
'The Store for the Lad and his Dad since 1908"
46-48-50 West Street., Annapolis, Md.
SADLER'S CRAB HOUSE
We Specialize in Steamed Crabs
310 Third Street
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GLADDINC CROWN SERVICE
I 134 Main Street
3 Compliments of Congratulations to
' W. R. CHANCE at soN The Class of 1953
Certified Watehmakers and jewelers
2 110 Main Street
' Phone: 2404 Annapolis, Md. Eastport, Md. 2
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Apparel Francis Street at Main
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3 THE BOOTERY fiom, 3
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5 Womenfs - Children's Shoes fumor and Womenlf Apparel
5 136 Main Street, Annapolis, Md. Where Frances St. Meets Main
2 Compliments of Good Luck '53.' from
DICK TUCKEKS FAMILY SHOE STORE
2 AMOCO SERVICE STATION
E "Gay and Qilff T. Schenker, '30j
2 Parole, Maryland 118 Main Street, Annapolis, Md. 2
SEVERNA DELICATESSEN THE LEADER
Telephone: Severna Park 42
Old Annapolis Boulevard 162 Main Street
Severna Park, Maryland
Hours, 8 A.M. to 10 P-M. W, 7 Days a Week Ladies' and Aflisses' Specialty Shop 3
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Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles
J. R. T. PLASTERING CO.
108 Main Street
Al ' . .
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ANNAPOLIS,MARYLAND M .
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Real Estate 3
Towns - Worth Bldg.
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"Flower.v for all Occa.fion.v', 2
THE ACADEMY FLOWER sHoP if
Lester B. Wayson, Prop
139 Prince George St., Annapolis, Maryland
Res. Phone: 4409 M Bus. Phone: 3200 ii
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Lee Building 5
MoL'ing f- Hauling -f Storage'
RADIO STATION WANN
ilIaryland'.v Capital Station
1190 on Your Dial
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Colonial Ave. at West St.
Phone 5801 'S
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2 at Real Estate and Insurance
2 Macey's Corner ,
5 S- Macey and D. H. Macey 221 Maln Street Hotel Maryland Bldg.
E - ESSO - Phone: Annapolis 4477 Annapolis, Md.
E Compliments of Annapolis Theatres
BROOKS MELLOR CIRCLE - CAPITOL - REPUBLIC
E Henry M. Bavhman '
2 Home Imwance Company F. H. Durkee Enterprises
' Severna Park, Mar land Presenting the BEST in Motion Pictures
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2 B. L. HOPPING si SON Tel- 2492 . 2
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2 nflapo ls' ary an Sales and Service
5 rl 919131101191 3827 Columbian Propeller and Bronze Distributors
JOHN M. DAWES st SONS BRIDGEWAY PHARMACY
3 Hardware - Paints - Oils - Varnishes Congratulations and Best Wishes
2 Plumbing - Electrical and Boat Supplies fe the Clase' of 1953
E Corner Randall St. and Market Space Ea5tP0ft, MafY1-and
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3 SAMUEL S, STOKES 2 and 4 Market spar-C 2
E Fancy Groceries Annapolis, Maryland
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5 '55 N S 1, I NEW GRILL RESTAURANT
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. 1803 West Street, Anna olis, Md.
2 H. Serving Complete Dinners
f Tom Siomporas Nick Samaras E
J. IRVIN G BIRD
Lubrication - Washing and Polishing
Tires - Tubes 4 Batteries - Accessories
Tel: Annapolis 9621 Sixth Street
Venetian Blinds - Window Shades
CITY AWNING COMPANY
1311 West Street
VEGETABLES --- FRUITS
'The Best Growni'
Farm Produce Fresh Daily
Eggs -- Fresh Frozen Foods
ROLAND A. BROWN
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SADLER'S HARDWARE STORE
122-128 Dork Street, Annapolis, Md.
At the City Market Annapolis, Md. 2
TUBBY'S DRIVE IN HARE BROS. AUTO PARTS, Inc. 2
Foot of Main St. 2
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Hamburgers QKosher Stylej Hot Dogs Mt. Ramen Md. M Bethesda, Md' 2
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
Alexandria, Va. 2
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139 Main Street Ready-to-Wear Apparel 2
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