Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1954
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When we, the seniors, entered AHS four
years ago, we began to construct a build-
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magnificent as a modern skyscraper, belov-
ed and cherished as a family home.
As underclassmen, we, the carpenters,
drew up blueprints and laid foundations.
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us, housing our dreams and sheltering our
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brick or drove another nail. As graduation
drew near, our building of memories stood
silhouetted against the sky.
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To Mr. Roland Olson, our Senior Class adviser, we dedicate
this record of our activities and accomplishments. Not only dur-
ing our Senior year has Mr. Olson served us as a source of advice
and suggestion, but he has wisely supervised our building efforts
throughout our four years at AHS. Although he never hesitated
to give friendly discouragement to our sometimes harum-scarum
plans, we shall always remember his unfailing and active sup-
port of all our constructive projects, the junior Prom, the class
play and other Senior programs.
Almost completed is our edifice of memories that will lead and
inspire us for years to come. As we hammered out experiences
at AHS to form a foundation for the future, Mr. Olson acted
as our foreman. We, his workmen of 1954, express our gratitude
by inscribing his name first upon the cornerstone of our high
school memories and adult dreams.
ROLAND A. OLSON
Senior Class Adviser
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ROBERT E. BROWN . . .
Versatile Bob will be don-
ning Navy blues at U. S.
N. A. soon, An all-round
athlete, he is a basketball
"natural'l . . . "A" Club
3,45 Class President, 3,45
Sports Ed., WAKE5 Traf.
Sq. 45 Chairman Jr. Prom
Comm.5 Var.: Football 3,45
Basketball 2,3,45 Lacrosse
2,45 J. V. Football 25 Bas-
LILLIAN J. MCCRONE . . .
Gay, busy Lillian is often
seen riding in her little car5
plans to attend college, as
yet undecided . . , H. R.
Rep. 1,35 Hon. Soc. 3,45
WAKE Lit., Makeup 45 Jr.
Prom Chmn. Program Corn-
mittcc 35 Stunt Nite 1,3,45
Soc. Comm. 1,2,3,45 Chair-
man Planning Comm. 45
V. Basketball Mgr. 15 Op-
eretta 45 Chorus 3,4.
DALE EVERY . . . Cute lit-
tle Dale has kept our mon-
ey and minutes for 4 years5
she plans to enter the U. of
Va. school of nursing . . .
Junior Prom Orchestra, Dec-
oration Committeeg Make-
up Committee 1,2,3,45 Cost.
Comm. 2,45 Soc. Comm.
2,35 H.R. Alt. 25 Sec.
Trcas. 1,2,3,45 Traffic Sq.
45 Associate Ed., WAKE5
Office Helper 4.
SANDRA ADDINGTON . . . "Sandy', who joined us in her
junior year came from Caroline High. Bowling. swim-
ming, roller skating and riding in her little red car are
her favorite pastimes . . . Chorus 3,4g Jr. Prom Com-
mittee 35 Social Committee 4.
PHYLLIS J. ALLEN . . . "PJ's" plans for the future in-
clude marriage and raising a family. A home of her
own is her pleasantest dream, while her other likes in-
clude dancing, singing, movies, driving and good food
, , . Chorus 2,43 Operetta 4-
ELIZABETH A. ALTER . . . "Liz',, who favors her Irish
Setter "Terry", likes friendly people and attending
church. Cars and homemade apple pie are also "top-
persi' on her list of likes . . . Chairman Refreshment
Committee Junior Prom 3.
JAMES ANDERSON . . . About the most red-headed boy in
in school, "Hunk,' is planning to enter the business Held
and keep the girls happy . . . Jr, Prom Comm. 35 "AU
Club 43 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4, j.V.
Football l,2g Hi-Y 3,4.
MARGARET ANDERSON . . . Blonde, blue-eyed Peggy, our
"Miss AHSH of ,54, is fond of Frank. dancing and Ma-
jorettes . . . Stunt Nite l,2,3,4g Traf, Sq. 4g Jr. Prom
Comm. 3g Majorettes 2,3,4, Majorette Leader 4: Soc.
VINCENT ARRIGO . . . Good looking "Winsome" likes
girls, parties and dances. fHe isn't the only onelj New-
berry, South Carolina, may see him next fall . . .
Homeroom Representative lg Varsity Baseball 4, Hi-Y
Club 2,3g Varsity Football 4.
ROBERT BALDREE . . . 'LBob" hom-s to attend Washing-
ton College: lists girls, food and sports as his favorites
. . , LV. Basketball 1,2g Varsity: Basketball 3,41 Baseball
2,3,43 Soccer 1,21 HA" Club 3,4g President "A" Club 4.
A. KATHRYN BALLMAN . , . Cute little Kathy aspires Hrst
to graduate then to attend U. of Maryland , . . Scenery
Comm. 2,3.4: Volleyball 2,3,41 Hockey 3,41 Vice-Chair-
man Jr. Prom Dec. Comm. 3g Senior Play Scenery
Comm. 41 Traffic Squad 4.
LUCIA BARNES . . . "Luv, who likes everything except
squash and conceited peopleg wants to be a housewife
if she doesn't go to Bob .Tones University . . . Student
Government Treas, 4, H, R. Rep. 2,3g WAKE Business,
Adv. 4: Traffic Squad 4, Cheer Leader l,2,3.
FRANK N. BASII .... "Frankie", who would like to be a
tractor-trailer driver, is mechanically minded and likes
ear racing. Getting up in the morning is his pet peeve
Cas it is with most of uslj . . . Junior Prom Committee
33 Basketball Manager 3.
VELMA L. BASS . , . "Vt-ln, whose main ambition is to travel, plans to join the WAF after
graduation. Go to it, gal! VVe wish you the best of luck . , l Chorus 2,3,4: Operetta 4: Social
Comm. 4: Art Service 4.
RONALD H. BAXTER . . . Brown eyes and curly brown hair mark this "Hot-Rodu senior who
would like to have a career in aviation. Like most of our A.H.S. males, he rates girls high-
est on his list of likes . . . Band l,2,3,4: Orch. 4: Hi-Y Club 2,3: Jr. Civitan 3.
L'NDA B1-:ALL . . . Cheerful "Lin" is one of the few people who have no dislikes . , . VVAKE
Typing Comm. 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Var. Hockey 3,45 Softball 2,3,4g J.V. Basketball 2:
Softball 1: Intramurals l,2: Costume Committee 3,4.
ERN11a BELL . . . Hunting and fishing head this 5enior's list of favorite pastimes. After his
graduation, his plans include joining the United States Air Force. VVe wish him the best of
JOHN P. BELLAM . . . Hot-rod lover 'ijohnnieu goes into the Air Force for the present,
commercial flying later , . , Majorettes and sports take up most of his leisure time . . . Chorus
2,142 Var. Soccer 2,41 Operetta 4.
Lois BERRY . . . This pretty majorette aspires to become a good seeretary after she leaves
A.H.S .... Fashion Show 1: Social Comm. l,3: Chorus 2,3,4: Operetta 4: Make-up Comm.
2,3,4: Junior Prom Comm. 3: WAKE Circ, Comm 4: Stunt Nite 4.
ADA BIGLER . . , Another recruit for the nursing profession, Ada's main ambition is to at-
tend Union Memoral Hospital of Nursing . . , Fashion Show l: Chorus 2,3,4g Junior Prom
Comm. 3: Make-up Comm. 2,3,4: WAKE Cr. 4: Operetta 4: Soc. Comm. 1,3.
PATRICIA A. BLAHER . . . "Pat" is a sports enthusiast who enjoys swimming, basketball, and
hockey: likes eating Southern Fried Cheken and apple pic, She hopes to become a practical
nurse and work at Anne Arundel General Hospital . . , WAKE Circulation Comm. 4.
S. PAULINI-3 BLooM . . . Miniature golf and summers in Ocean City take up a great deal of
"Pauls" spare time. Boxing on T.V. is "the worst" as far as she is concerned!! Pauline
plans to study nursing after graduation.
MARCIENIA BRAMBLE . , . Here is a girl who likes all sports: especially iee-skating, hockey and
swimming. Her ambition is to do ofliee or social work . . . Junior Prom Comm. 3: WAKE
Business, Advertising, and Cir. Comm. 4: Hockey 3,41 "A" Club.
CHARLES BRASHEARS . . . Performing experiments, girls and basketball occupy Charles's spare
time. His immediate goal is the Ijniversty of Maryland where he will study Pharmacy , . .
WAKE Photo. Comm. 4: Tally-Ho Photographer 4: Traf, Sq. 4: Uperetta 4.
SUSAN P. BYRNH . . . "Sum-B, one of our peppy cheerleaders, hopes to do stenographic work
or to be an airline stcwardcss . . , Varsity Cheerleader 4: Junior Prom Refreshment Comm.
3: Chorus 4g Homeroom Rep. 4: Operctta 4-
CHARLES E. CADELI. . . . 'iBuck", who always has a smile on his face, has his eyes on one
sweet senior named Madeline. He says he does not like hard work, but his ambition is to be-
come a draftsman . . . Homeroom Representative 1: Traffic Squad 4.
PATRICIA A. CALLAHAN . . . "Pat" likes sports, fried chicken and steak, ambition is to be a
secretary or join the Women's Air Force . . . WAKE Make-up 43 Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Soc.
Comm. fi,-4: Van: Hockey 4: Softball 41 J.V. Softball 2: Costume Comm. 1,2.
RlClHARD B, CALLAHAN . . . "Dick", tall, dark and handsome, ours from Catonsville High:
likes all sports, beef stew and fried chicken: is heading for Maryland University . . . Varsity:
Basketball 4: Football 4: Lacrosse 4.
W. FRiaDnRic:K CARLSON . . . Our rampaging fullback likes sports and school: headed for
Bob jones Lf .... H. R. Alt. l: WAKE Circulation 4: Traffic Squad 4: Football 2,3,4: Varsi-
ty Track 1: Football 1: Basketball I : Ath. Rep. l.
SALLY A. CARPENTER . . , "Butch" plans to go to Towson State Teachers College and be-
come a teacher of music . . . Soc. Comm, l,2,4g Chorus 2,3,4: Operetta 4: Junior Prom
Comm. 3: Var.: Hockey 4: Volleyball 4: J.V. Basketball 4.
GORDON CATTERTON . . . Having a good time and going to University of N. C. are "Cats"
interests , . . Social Committee 4: Var. Football 2,3,4: Lacrosse 33 Baseball Manager lg J.V.
Football 2,31 Athletic Rep. 2: HA" Club 4: Hi-Y Club 2,32 Civitan 3.
ALBERT CAUFFMAN . . . A big guy with a voice to match. Hero of our operetta, Albert plans
to attend Towson and get a music teach:-r's degree . . . H.R, Rep. 3: WAKE Business 4:
Stunt Nite 3: Trafhe Squad 3: Cafeteria 3: Chorus 2,3541 Operetta 4.
JOAN CAV1-:Y , . . Rainy weather spells the "blues" for Joan, however, dancing, bowling and
sewing go a long way to cheer her up. Chicken Chow Mein and good books are also favorites
of hers . I . Social Committee 4.
MARTHA M. CHRISTENSON . . . Quiet and reserved, she
aspires to be a successful oflicr worker. Martha enjoys
dancing, sports and most of all, 'KDenr1y". Favorite
foods include, fried chicken and macaroni . . . WAKE
Advertising 4: Chorus 2,4.
E. LUCILLE CLARK . . , "Lucy" plans to get married
and raise a family. She has an aversion for homework
and nasty people . , , Jr. Prom Comm. 3: WAKE Pa-
trons 4: Traffic Squad 4: Office Helper 4: Asst, to
Attendance Ofhce 4.
ALICZE J. COII .... Full of fun and pep, "Rusty's" plans
are to visit Europe, Mexico and Hawaii and to attend
Pennsylvania State . . . Orchestra 3,43 Soc. Committee
4: WAKE Make-up 4: WAKE Business 4: Stunt Nite
4: Junior Prom Committee 3.
JEANETTE M. CoLI.IsoN . . . To have a secretarial job,
then a home and children are 4'Toot's" plans. She
especially likes tennis, swimming, music, chicken, steak
and seafoods: dislikes two-faced people , . . Chorus
2,3,4: Opt-retta 4.
DORIS A. Cook . . . "Cookie" came to A.H.S. in her
junior year from West Virginia. Stuck-up people and
homework are her aversions: while sports, friendly peo-
ple, dancing and Marines are "all rightf, Ambition is
to go 'idown south."
VIRGINIA Cook . . , "Cin", happy and smiling, likes
dances and boys. William and Mary, here she comes!
. . . Honor Soc. Sec. 4. Member 3,4: WAKE 4: Stunt
Nite 3.4: Traliic Squad 4: Costume Comm. 2,3,4: Jr.
Prom Comm. 3: Soc, Comm. Vice-Pres. 3.
ALBERT B. CROSBY . . , Friendly and easy going, with
flaming red hair, "Reds" is planning on joining thc
"fighting leathcrnecksw. His main interest is Pat ....
Varsity: Basketball 3,43 Baseball l: J.V. Basketball lg
Soccer lg UA" Club 4.
MYRNA K. ClUl.l.IMORI'1 . . . Rating high on Myrna's list
of interests is a boy named i'Pat": ambition is to be a
secretary, then a homemaker . , , WAKE: Ad., Cir. 4,
Stunt Nite 4: Chorus 3,41 Traflic Sq. 4: Operetta 45
Costume Comm. 4.
JOHN L. CIURRIER, JR .... "Jack" is going to study
electrical engineering at Maryland U.: is interested in
popular music and the Independent Fire C0 .... Visual
Aids Comm. 2,3,4: WAKE Adv. 4: Social Comm, 3:
Assembly Comm. 2,31 Traffic Squad.
EVA M. DAVIS . . . Artistic Eva longs to be a sculptress
or to work in the field of art: plans to attend Skidmore
College . . . Honor Society 3,43 WAKE Art Editor 4,
Stunt Nite 3,4: Traffic Squad 43 Soc, Comm. 3,4: Jr.
Prom Chairman 3, Art Serv. 3,4.
NANCY DAVIS . . . "Nan's" interests include interior dec-
orating, a guy named Gene and movies. Her plans for the
future are to become an office worker and a homemaker:
favorite food is fried chicken . . . Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
JOAN A. DAY , . . So much activity from such a little
girls1 thatls our Joan! , . . WAKE: Adv., Patron Commit-
tee 41 Tally-Ho 2,3141 Soc. Comm, l,2,3,41 Jr. Prom:
Program, Decoration 31 Cheerleaders l,2,3,41 Tri-Hi-Y
2,3,41 Costume Committee l,2,3,4.
CONSTANCI-1 D. DENNIS . . . "C0nnie's" ambition lies in
becoming a secretaryg she's an all-around sports enthusi-
ast . . . J.V. Basketball 11 Softball 11 V.: Basketball 3,41
Fieldball 31 Co-Cpt. 41 Volleyball 3,41 Varsity "A" Club:
MARTIN Doislss . . . Saving enough money to buy a farm
is the ambition of "Marty,'. Ranking high on his in-
terest list are hunting, fishing and swimming. He thinks
pork chops, fried squrrel and homemade sausage are the
SALLY A. DROLI ,.., This cute girl plays a "mean" ac-
cordian! Her talent has added a great deal to our as-
semblies . . , Assembly Committee 31 Operetta 41 Chorus
41 Orchestra 31 Intramural Basketball 31 Var. Basketball
PATRICIA A. DUvAI.I .... Busy 'fPat" has her eye on
HReds', . . . Var. Softball 2,31 HA" Club 3,41 Cheerldr.
l,2,31 Capt. 41 H.R, Rep, l,2, Alt. 41 Cl. Pres. l,2Q
Honor Soc. 3,41 WAKE 41 Tally-Ho: Reg. Staff l,2,3,41
Ed. News 21 Sp. 3,41 St. Nite l,2,3,41 Trail. Sq. 4.
KENNETH EGAN . . . The Jr. "Einstein" of A.H.S.1 a test
tube and compass are familiar objects to him. Science
and mathematics will play important roles in his future.
VVhile at A.H.S. he is working as a Sergeant on the Traf-
BARBARA L. ELBEN . . . Aside from eating steak and
French fries, her favorite pastimes are dancing and skat-
ing. Homework is her pet peeve. She hopes to enter a
business college and become a stenographer for a Wash-
JAMES ESI-IELMAN , . . "Jay" is a true nature lover.
Hunting and Hshing are his favorite pastimes, and he
would like to specialize in wild life management in the
Northwest or Alaska. He will make a handsome ranger!
. . . Founder of Natural History Club.
PATRICIA ESKEW . . . This pretty lass is headed for the
Md. Institute of Art. June orange blossoms and a cer-
tain Midshipman have a place in "Pat's" future . . .
WAKE Art Committee 41 Stunt Nite 2,31 Social Comm.
112,31 Chorus 41 Jr, Prom Publicity Chairman.
ROSE MARY ESLINGER . . , This fair-haired lass, "Moonie'y, is headed for business school a
secretarial position and marriage. She likes all types of sports and is always ready for a goyod
EDWARD A. ETZLER . . . "Eddy", a future pharmacist, plans to attend the U. of Md, . , .
H.R. Alternate lg Visual Aids Comm. 2,3,4g Assembly Comm. 2,33 Hon. Society 3,4g WAKE
Photo, Editor 45 Traff. Sq. 45 Social Comm. 3,4g Chorus 3,4: Operetta 4.
BETTY A. FILLMANN . . . Betty has been very active in sports at A.H.S .... WAKE: Typing,
Patrons, Cir. 4, Jr, Prom Comm. 3g Traff. Sq. 4g "AU Club 3,4g Var.: Basketball 3,4g Field-
ball 3,43 Softball 2,3,4g J.V. Softball 1 3 Basketball 43 Fieldball 2,4.
GERALDINE M. FISHER . . . Cheerful flair", with her mind on "William", is planning to make
marriage her career . , , Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Co-Chrrn. Pep Rallies l,2,3g Operetta 43 Chorus
2,3,41 Stunt Nite 2,3,4g Tally-Ho Rep. 4: VVAKE: Lit., Pat, 4, H.R. Rep. 43 Alt. 3.
HELEN J. FORD . . . 'iSmiley'1 joined us from Patterson Park in Baltimoreg she hopes to at-
tend a Bible College in Pennsylvania. Friendly people are the best, and there is "No busi-
ness like show business" as far as she is eonerned.
MARGARET J. GATES . . . A summer in Mexico! What a life! Could it be a diplomatic career?
. . . Home Room Alt. lg Hon. Soc. 3,43 WAKE Lit, 1,2,3g Tally-Ho 1,21 Asst. Ed, 31 Editor-
in-Chief 4, Stunt Nite l,2,3,4g TraHie Squad 4: Majorette 1,2,3,4.
BETTY ANN GAUG . . . 'KBetty's" ambition is to attend Union Memorial Hospital for her
nursels training and later to join the Armed Forces or to get married . . . WAKE 4, Stunt
Niteg Library Asst., Chorus 2,3,45 Operetta 4: Varsity Softball 43 Monitor 1.
CARROLL GEORGE , . . We may be seeing "Bunkie", one of our baseball stars, pitching in the
World Series in the not too distant future , . . Varsity Baseball 3,4g Football 3g J.V. Basket-
ball 2g "A" Club 3,4.
EVELYN GERLAND , . . Evelyn, who came to Annapolis from Catonsville High School, says
that dancing and sports are the best of occupations while studying and homework are the
worst. Her plans are uncertain as to the future.
PATRICIA L. GREENTREE . . . Sweet, blond-haired "Pat" with her beautiful voice, would like
to have a singing Career . . . Stunt Nite l,2,3,4g Social Committee member 1,2,3,4, Chorus 2.
HAZEL R. GRIFFITH . . . Plans to do office work after graduation. Dislikes include homework,
spinach and being a sales clerk. Hazel likes swimming, basketball, church work, turkey and
spaghetti . . . WAKE Circulation 45 Fashion Show 1.
ROBERT GROLLMAN . , . "Bob',, an attractive member of the Fire Department, is a hunter and
model railroaderg really does 'Kcare foru steak and French fries, He hopes to enter the Fire
Fighting School in the Air Force, when he has served his country.
SHIRLEY A. GRUMBINE . . . Quiet and easy going "Shirl" is very deeply interested in the op-
portunities offered by the University of Maryland in nursing , . . WAKE: Make-up 45 Pa-
trons 4, Circulation 4.
SHIRLEY ANN HAGOOD . . . After graduation, "Shirl" plans two careers: one a good secre-
taryg and the other, a good wife to a certain guy in the Navy , . . Social Committee 4, Stunt
Nite 3, Assistant Librarian 2,3.
WILLIAM HALBIG . . . "Buddy's" ambition is to become a Maryland State Trooper, but at pres-
ent h1s Interests are centered around a certain A.H.S. girl and fire-fighting . . . Band 3,4
Varsity Soccer 3.
ARCI-IIE HALL . . . "It's not whether you win or lose the game, it's how you play it," quotes
this eager sports fan. He enjoys outdoor life and plans to make his career in the scientific
field , . . Varsity Soccer 1,2,3,4g J.V, Basketball I.
H. VICTOR HALL . . . Friendly and easy going, "Vic" can sometimes be seen dirving a Cadil-
lac. Cn-i-c-elj Like a true Wardour man, he likes parties, dances and girls .His future may
include the U. of Md, . . . Band l,2,3g Pres. 45 "A" Club 4g Var, Track 2,3,4.
SHIRLEY ANN HALL , . . Likable "Slim" hopes to attend Towson Normal School and become
a teacher. Steak smothered in onions with hot rolls appeals to her in a big way . . . H.R.
Rep. 1, WAKE: Circulation and Typing 45 Stunt Nite l g Oflice Helper 4.
THOMAS HALL . . . Sandy-haired "Tommy", who is known as a snappy dresser, hopes to go
to Virginia Polytechnic Institute. A quiet boy, '6Tommy" is a real "brain', in Chemistry
class . . . Office Helper 4.
NANCY K. HAMILTON . . . Cute Nancy with her peaches and cream complexion plans to at-
tend the Washington School for Secretaries . . , Soc, Comm. 1, Jr. Prom Comm. 3, WAKE
Lit. 3,4g Activities Ed. 4, Tally-Ho Feature Ed. 23 Assembly Comm. lg Stunt Nite l,2,4.
ROBERT C. HARRIS . . . Joining us from Augusta Mili-
tary Academy, Bob plans to attend college and continue
in the military field under the Navy or Air Force
R.O.T.C. plan. Boating and mechanics take up most of
his spare time.
ROBIN T. HARRIS . . . Robin is another recruit for the
U. of Maryland. Her favorite dream is to own a Jaguar,
no lc-ssl . . . WAKE Literary 3,45 Art 35 Assembly Com-
mittee l5 Art Service 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 Stunt Nite 4.
WALTER H. HAWES . . . 'iWalt'l plans to study Animal
Husbandry at U. of Md. His future plans include a
California lass . . . Stunt Nite 45 Social Committee 45
Chorus 45 Operetta 45 Varsity Football 45 Varsity Base-
ball 45 Junior Prom Committee 4.
JOHN R. HEBDEN . . . Meticulous John would go far in
the field of art, but farming seems to have first place!
Among his likes are hunting, fishing and models Cair-
plane that islj . . . Junior Prom Comm. 35 Art Service
3,45 WAKE 4.
BETTY JEANNE HERRON . . . "Bet" likes to sew and cook
and plans to practice these for a guy named Karl. Wed-
ding bells will ring for this cute girl very shortly after
she graduates. Lots of the very best luck . . . Social Com-
mittee 4. -
MARY JEAN HERZOG , . . "Jeanie", small, blonde and pe-
tite enjoys boating, fishing, crabbing. Her favorite
foods are steak, French fries, fried chicken. Jean was an
efficient office helper for two years . . . Dancing Club
15 Needlecraft Club 2,3.
CHARLES HILTABIDLE . . . Our 'iChazz',, tall, dark and
handsome, hopes to attend University of Virginia. His
likes are Elaine, snappy clothes and bop! , . . Stunt
Nite 45 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 V. Football 45 Var.5 La-
crosse 2,3,45 "A" Club 3,45 Civitan 3,45 Hi-Y 2,4.
INA HINSI-IAW . . . Swimming, dancing, and Pete fall in
'KBlondie's" line of interestg plans to become a secretary.
That lucky boss! . . , WAKE Typing 45 Office Worker
3,45 Caf. Helper 3,45 J.V, Basketball 25 Phys, Ed, As-
sembly 25 Fashion Show 1.
MERRILL S, HOLMES . . ,-Sports, music and girls are
"Duke's" favorites. He's quite a dancer, too! . . . Stunt
Nite 45 Band V.-Pres, 25 Member 15 Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Var, Football 45 Basketball 45 Laeross 45 J.V, Basket-
ball 35 Intra. 2,35 "A" Club 4.
RACHEL HOLT . . . So very full of life and so much fun,
that's our "Rae"! A certain West Pointer-to-be tops
her interest list. A college campus will be her life
after graduation . , . H.R. Rep. 45 Soc. Comm, 45
WAKE 45 Band 3,45 Officer 45 Jr. Prom 3.
LoIs A. HOPKINS . . . Going steady with one special boy
is her main interest. After graduation she plans to be-
come a telephone operator, then get married . . . Stunt
Nite 2,31 Social Committee 2.
MARY ELLEN HOPKINS . . . Vivacious "Mein hopes to
become a hostess, and then get married . . , H.R. Rep.
35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 WAKE 45 Stunt Nite 2,3,45 Soc.
Comm. 15 Chorus 253,45 Operetta 45 Jr. Prom 35 Cheer-
PATRICIA A, HOPKINS , . . "Pat" wishes to model and to
take a commercial art courseg then, after several years
as a career girl, settle down to a home and family . . .
Jr. Prom Co-Chairman 35 WAKE Make-up 45 Traflic
Sq. 4: Soc. Comm. 35 Art Service 2.
SHIRLEY ANN HOPKINS . . . Hillbilly music, skating,
and a certain guy in the Navy really rate with Shirley!
She aspires to become a steno and a Navy wife, and as
she would say, "That's very good, very good indeed!"
. , . Var. Volleyball 4.
LILLIAN HUNTER . . . 'KLil", a real-gone gal, likes danc-
ing, good jokes and boys, dislikes people who do not
joke, wants to become a beautician or a telephone opera-
tor . . . Soc. Comm, 45 WAKE Circulation and Typing
45 Fashion Show l.
ALVIN JONES . . . Sports-minded L'Abio,' famous for
his many sayings, hoped to attend Baltimore U.5 Basket-
ball is tops with him, girls second . . . Varsity Football
3, Basketball 45 Football Manager 1,25 J.V, Basketball
2, Football 35 WAKE Patrons 4.
PI-IYLLIS JONES . . . Blond-haired "Phyl" excels in any
sport5 her future includes art work , . . Stunt Nite 15
Var. Fieldball 2,35 Basketball 2,3545 Softball lg Intra.
Softball 2: Basketball 2,3,45 Badminton 35 "A" Club
EARL KAUTZ . , . Proud Homewooder, Earl spends much
of his time in fishing, model railroading and stamp col-
lecting. A National Guard member, he hopes to go to
Towson State Teachers College and become a shop
teacher . . . Traffic Squad 4.
CLAUSEN R. KELLY . . . A future Marine, "Jakel' goes
in for hunting, fishing and swimming, He is also very
fond of hot rods and he sports a good-looking ,4l Ford.
Like all natives of our state, he claims Maryland fried
chicken as his favorite food.
SUSANNA KERR , . . Energetic A'Suei' a future U. of
Md. rooter has a liking for children and "Big Fink".
. . . H.R. Rep. 2, Alt. 3, Traf. Sq, 45 Chorus 3,41 WAKE
Patronsg Circulation5 Operetta 45 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 35 Club Representative 3.
GILES W, KINNER . . . Ardent archery fan, Giles spends most of his time with his bow and
arrows: his likes include hunting and music: hopes to attend college but does not know
wherc as yet . . , Track l,2,3,-l.
DORIS KI.IMEs . . . Energetic Doris is a secretary to be . . . Hon. Soc, 3,41 WAKE 4:
Stunt Nite 2,31 Traf. Sq. -ll Var. Fieldball 3,4g Basketball 4: -I.V. Basketball lg Intramural
Basketball 3,43 Fieldball l,2,3,4g Volleyball 2,3,4: "A" Club 3,4.
EILI-:EN KOTZIN . . , The gal with the snappy clothes and cute personality . . . WAKE Ad.
l,2,33 Patrons 43 Ad. Chairman 4: Literary 2,4g Tally-Ho: Art Ed. 4g Reporter l,2,3,4'
Assembly Committee l 1 Trail. Sq. 43 Junior Prom Committee 3.
HINDA SUE LABOVITZ . . . Full of fun and fancy free, this naturally curly-haired lass aspires
to become a Physical Education Teacher. "Munel,s', preferences are boats, candy, sports
and parties .... WAKE Circulation l : Basketball l.
MARGARET V. LAMB . . . This sweet brown-haired miss looks forward to a happy future as
a secretary and later being the wife of some lucky man. Topping her list of likes are ice
cream, hillbilly music, roller skating and a 1950 Mercury. fthe car?j
MARIE LARRIMORE . . . This spirited girl wants nothing more than to pass history, become
an efficient office clerk, and eventually a fortunate lad's 'gbetter half". She takes great in--
terest in Youth Fellowship and 4-H Club work . . . Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
VIRGINIA L. LEBO . . . Southern Highls loss, our gain, aspires to a nursing position. Atten-
tion doctors! Spry, brown-eyed "Ginny', thinks the greatest things in life are swimming,
dancing, roller skating, and having a good time.
VAN fJRDEN T. LEE . . . Lce can't wait to get that long-awaited diploma so he can rest!
flf Uncle Sam doesnlt cut inlj rlhough Il quiet lad he has his boisterous moments. High
on his list of likes are hunting, fishing, trapping and sleeping.
ALBERT L. LEITCII . . . Sports-minded "Al" aspires to graduate and establish a farm. uSlow
but sure" marks the progrcss of this lad who has a passion for Fords . . . Var, Soccer 2,
Football fl,-lg Track 21 Athletic Representative l.
l'lOWARD D. LERCI-I . , . The crystal ball informs us that Howard will attend college and en-
deavor to stay out of the Army. This resiclent of Davidsonville lists sports, fishing, hunting,
farming, and cars as his pet likes.
RICHARD E. LUTTRELI. . . . '54's great outdoorsman likes hunting, fishing, camping and rep-
tiles. Red-headed "Diekiel' has a secret desire to become a gunsmith or draftsman after grad-
Jusro A. MARCELINO, JR .... flake" came to us from San Pedro High School in his junior
year. The Air,.Eorce is his goal after graduation. Fried chicken, art, and girls are among his
favorites and he really "goes for" these "ducks!"
JOHANNA B. MARTIN . . . Soeiable "Jo" scores again! Basketball is one of her favorites . . .
H.R. Alt. 3: Honor Society member 3,4: WAKE Literary Ed, 4: Traf. Squad 4: Jr, Prom
Comm. 3: Varsity Basketball 2,3,4g Varsity HA" Club 3,4g Stunt Nite
PATRICIA A, M.ARTIN . . . Friendly, brown-haired Pat would like to be a good secretary and
get married to a certain l953 graduate . . . YVAKE Cir. Til Tally-Ho Regular Staff 4: Social
Comm. 1: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Varsity Hockey 4: Intra. Fi:-ldball.
EVELYN MAX , , , At Bob Jones University Evelyn may possibly continue in the journalism
held . . . Hon. Soc. 3,4g WAKE Editor-in-chief 4: Tally-Ho Asristant News Ed. 3: Traffic
Squad 4: Chorus 2,3,41 Uperetta 41 Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Fieldball 2,1
NANCY L. MCKNEW . . . "Dickie" wants to join the Air Force or go to college and study
jurisprudence. Some of her likes are popular music, swimming, movies and basketball1 dis-
likes homework . . , WAKE 3,4g Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
DOUGLAS R. MCLEAN . . . Tall, lanky i'Doug" dislikes hot-rodders and kibtzersg likes eating
apple pie and the crazy saying, "Hi There!', . . , WAKE Patron Comm. 4: Tally-Ho Reporter
3,4g Jr. Prom Comm, 3.
DIQLORES MCNEII. . . . Delores, who never has much to say but always wears a smiles: is plan-
ning to enter the secretarial profession. We are sure she'll be a success! She likes dancing,
fried chicken and spaghetti . , . WAKE typist 4.
DANIEL W. MCNEW . . . Cars, football, basketball, and Homewood rate high with Danny.
Leaving A.H.S. and K'Middies" are some of his dislikes . . . Stunt Nite 2: Chorus 41 Var.
Football 4: J.V. 2,35 Basketball 2: Intra. Basketball 2,3g Var. "A" Club 4.
SHERRY LEE MCNEW , . . Good music, sports and animals are favorites with Sherry who al-
ways seems to have a good time . . . WAKE 4: Stunt Nite 43 Traffic Squad 4, Library As-
sistant 4: Uperctta 4: Chorus 2,3,4: Junior Prom Comm. 3.
'THEODORE R. MCNEW . . . A basketball "whiz", Teddy
is headed for Maryland U. after he graduates . . . WAKE
Patron Comm. 45 Var. Basketball 3,4g Baseball 4g J.V.
Basketball 2g Club Comm. Pres, 1.
SUZANNE MELLICHAMPE . . , Quiet and reserved, Suels
main ambition is to travel. CThat's a full time ambi-
tionlj She is also enthusiastic about boating, popular
music, Strawberry Shortcake and the color aqua , . .
WAKE 4, Fashion Show 1.
MARY JANE METCALF . . . One of A.II.S.'s famous Rock-
ettes, Mary Jane plans to study interior deeoraiing at
U. of Md .... H.R, Alt, 4g WAKE Cir. 4g Stunt Nite
l,2,3,4g Soe. Comm. 1,2,3,4g Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Cheer-
leader l,2,3: Exchange Assembly.
RUTH MILETO . . . Hard working Ruth with her pretty
blonde hair and blue eyes, will go far in any field she
chooses . . . WAKE Lit., Cir, 43 Tally-Ho Rep. 3,45
Stunt Nite 45 Traf. Sq, 44 Chorus 2,43 Operetta 43 Jr.
Prom Comm, 31 Intramurals 2.
CLIFFORD MILLARD . . . "Cliff, is heading for Maryland
University after graduation. Sports-minded, he is really
crazy about football! Southern chow and a certain blonde
also rate pretty high with him . . . Varsity Football 4.
HOPE MII,LARD , . . Hope favors the nursing professiong
she has no outstanding dislikes exeept bottom lockers and
exams . . . H.R, Alternate lg WAKE Literary 4, Tally-
Ho Reporter 3,41 Social Committee 43 Stunt Nite lg
Intramural Basketball l.
JOHN M. MILLER . . . "Jonny's" hobby is aviation and in
the evening if the weather is good, he often flies . . .
Struedel C???j, goulash, outdoor sports and a brown-
eyed Edgewater girl are all on his list of likes.
MADELINE MII.LER . . . Vivacious "Madge" is a sports
enthusiast. She is headed for the secretarial field First
and then maybe housekeeping. Dancing and simple foods
are her' favorites while English does not rate very high
with her . . . WAKE Advertising 4.
PATRICIA A. MILLER . . , Busy "Patil hopes to attend
Penn .... H.R. Alt. 2: WAKE Make-up Ed. 41 Assem.
Comm, 4g Stunt Nite 3,4g Traf. Sq, 4g Soc. Comm.
1,2,3g Pres. 4: Chorus 2,33 Operetta Stu. Diree. 4g
Orch. 3,4g Jr. Prom Comm. 3g Club Comm. 2,3.
SHIRLEY MAE MONSEN . . . Even though 'KMackie" tops
Shirleyls list of likes, roller skating and dancing take up
much of her spare time. Her ambition is to become an ex-
eellent typist and then a housewife. Chorus 2,43 Operet-
CHARLOTTE B. MosLEY . . . Charlotte is headed for bus-
iness college in Baltimore and will be a wonderful sec-
retary for someoneg favors dancing, Fords and music . , .
WAKE Make-up, Literary, Circulation 45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Var. Hockey 35 Fashion Show 1.
DOROTHY MUMFORD . . . "Dotty" is mighty partial to
horses! She plans to be a riding instructor or an art
teacher . . . Stunt Nite 4g Traf. Squad 45 Soc. Comm. 45
Assist, Librarian 45 jr. Prom Comm. 35 Art Service 2,3,4.
ELIZABETH MURCHAKE . . . Swimming, ice-skating and
dancing are "toppers" in Elizabeth's book .She has plans
of being a Nurse or an Airline Hostess . . . WAKE
Make-up 45 Stunt Nite 45 Assistant Librarian 45 Social
ALICE W. NELSON . . . The owner of the prettiest red
hair in school, and surprise! a sweet disposition to go
with it. College is her next stop . , . Chorus 2.3.41
Operetta 45 Stunt Nite 45 Social Committee 43 WAKE
Literary Committee 3,4.
ALVIN NICHOLSON . , . "Nick" came to us from Gwynn
Park High School, With a specialty of weight lifting, he
is an all-round sports fan. His motto is, "Greatness lies
not in being strong, but in the right using of strength."
CA note to allll
BARBARA NoRwooD . . . A champion golfer, Barbara is
also crazy about the "South.', She hopes to attend Mary-
land University and then either work on a good news-
paper or be a physical therapist . . . WAKE Make-up,
Lit. 45 Tally-Ho Rep. 2,3g Var. Hockey 3,4.
ROBERT W. OGLE . . . Quiet Bob never says much5 but
when he does, he is worth listening to. Bob enjoys
rock collecting and hopes to be a mineralogist. His oth-
er likes include Fishing and stamp collecting , . . Library
Assistant 3,4g Attendance Office Asst. 3.
BARBARA L. OwENs , . . Cheerful "Peaches" wants to
be a typing speed demon! . . . WAKE 45 Stunt Nite 45
Soc. Comm, Chairman 4g Caf. Helper 45 Jr. Prom
Comm. 35 Varsity: Softball 3,45 Intra. Softball 35 Pres.
Girls' Club 3.
DAVID W. PACA . . . f'Dave's" main interests are girls.
f"Take it easy pops!!"l cars, and footballg he especially
likes to eat steak, but doing homework is a different mat-
terg plans to become a chemical engineer . . . Football
45 Track 45 Chorus 4.
RUTH PAGE . . . Ruth, who has attended Anacostia High,
Kempsville High and Granby High, hopes to do a little
more traveling around the country after graduation. She
favors dancing, water skiing and fried chicken,
ARTHUR G. PAINTER . . . Arthur is 21 sports fan: you narnc it, he likcs it. His only dislike is
Math. He plans to go to collcgc somcwhcrc and become a Physical Education Instructor.
Arthur's favorite foods are stcak and French frics.
BARBARA L. PALMER . . . 'lBarb" sings, dances, twirls a baton like mad!!! Sho would likc
to be a psychiatric nurse . . . Honor Soc. 3,41 Tally-Ho 41 Stunt Nite 1,2,3,4g Traf. Sq. 4:
Prom Comm. 31 Soc. Comm. 3,43 Majorcttc 3,41 Booster Club Scc. 4.
ROWIE BELLE PALMER . . . "Is that a fact?" Rowic Bcllc likcs all kinds of sports, dancing
and swimming. Her favorite foods arc French fries and ice cream. Homework and school
are at the bottom of thc list. Hcr ambition is to bccomc a good secrctary.
CARROLL J. PATTON . . . "Kit" wants to attend U. of Maryland and bt-come an engine-cr. Hc
turns thumbs down on physics but likes fishing, swimming, hunting, softball and drawing
blueprints. His favoritc foods arc steak and Frcnch fried potatoes.
RUTH ANNE Pl-ZDDICORD . . . K'Ruthic" will hcar wedding bells in thc fall: 'lBustr-r", mox
ics and a good ol' time arc high among her likes: dislikcs homcwork and doing dishes , .
Assist. to Attendancc Director 3,45 Jr. PFOIII Comm. 3.
MARY ANN PETTY . . , Swcct and neat: this gal lovcs swimming and tcnnis. Aftcr gradua-
tion she hopes to bccomc an oflicc workcr and marry a ccrtain guy from Notre Damc . .
WAKE Patrons 2: Cir. 4g Tally-Ho 23 Soc. Comm. 2,41 jr. Prom fl.
ROBERT D. PHILLIPS . . . "Bob" likes sports, boating, chcrry pic: dislikes homework and
Englishg dcsircs to bc an enginccr . . . VVAKE Advertising 4: Trafhc Squad 2nd Lt. 4:
Band 4g Chorus 3,43 Opcrctta 4g Jr. Prom Comm. gl Football 4: Lacrosse 3,4.
WILLIAM G. PHILLIPS . . . uBill", Captain of thc Traflic Squad, likcs most cvcrything but
stewcd tomatoes and road hogs. No definite college yet, but being an engineer or scientist
is his ambition . . . WAKE Ad. 4, Cir. 4: Traf, Sq. 4: Jr. Prom Comm, 35 Office 4.
ELIZABETH C. PULSIFER . . . School bells for sports-minded "Bctsy!" . . . Honor Soc, 3,42
Pres. 4: WAKE Typing 43 Stunt Nite 4: Traf. Sq. 2nd Lt. 4: V. Basketball 2,3,4g Ficldball
2,3,43 Volleyball 1,2,3,41 Intra. 2,3,41 Mgr. 2,3,4: "A" Club 3,43 Pres, 4.
WILLIAM REIIJ . . , "Billy" cams- to us from La Salle Military School in his sophomore year.
Witty "Will" is definitely going to collcgc but hc is still undccidcd as to which one he will
attend . . . Soccer 3: Track 2: Junior Varsity Football 1.
GERALD F. RIDGEW'AY' . . . Tall, dark and good looking, "Jerry," an amateur taxidermist,
likes hunting, Fishing, basketball and girls. 'LJerry" hopes that his future is going to be con-
nected with the service , . . Varsity football 4.
EDYTHE MAY ROBINSON . . . "Toms" plans to seeure a job as a typist and be a good eook
for Jack: among her likes are church, dogs, swimming and bowling , . . WVAKE -1-1 Stunt
Nite 2,3g Chorus 2,3,-l: junior Prom Committee 3: Cheerleader l,2.
FRED ROSENBLOOM . . . Busy, popular Fred will attend Johns Hopkins , . . V. Football 2:
Baseball Mgr. 1: Quill and Scroll 3,4: H.R. Rep. l,3,4: Honor Soc. 3,4: Tally-Ho Photog.
l,2,3,4: Stunt Nite l,?l,-l-: Traf. Squad Officer 4: Soc. Comm. 4-: Band l,2,3,4.
NORMA JEAN SAREL , . . Jean likes roller skating, small children, music, dancing and ham-
burgers. She hopes to join the W,A.F. or attend California Business College . . , Social
Committee -l: VVAKE Literary Committee 4: Senior Play Committee.
DANIEI, SANTOS . . . "Danny" would like very much to be a gunsmith. Fishing, hunting,
and anything to do with guns fnaturallyll are high on his list of likes, while studying is
his pet aversion!!
ANN C. SAULIT . . . g'Salty" loves hunting, Fishing, swimming or anything out-of-doors. ll:-1'
ambition is to become a typist or work and live on a farm . , . Chorus 2,33 Operetta -l:
Intramural Basketball 2: Fieldball 2.
ROBERT SCIBLE .... A future chemical engineer, Bob expects to attend the University of
Maryland. Girls and parties are his main likes . , , Student Government Pres, lg H.R. Alt.
1,2,3g WAKE Business Adv. 4: Jr. Prom Ticket Comm. Chairman fl.
BARBARA SEARS . . . "Barby", a. future typist who likes movies, music, cokes, hamburgers
and the Chesapeake Bay, hopes to be able to travel to Canada and Hawaii: dislikes snails
'n Creepy things . . . WVAKE Typing Comm. 4.
DONALD K. SEARS . , , "Big Duck Scars" best known for saying "you're the greatest!" likes
his ,50 Ford and sports: is headed for the Navy Submarine Corps , , . Varsity Soccer l 9 '3 el'
Varsity Baseball 4.
a'r 3 '
MARJORIE ANN SHELTON . . . i'Marje" includes among her likes convertibles, Marineg and
a certain guy from Baltimore. She is enthusiastic about studying to become a model , . .
Stunt Nite 3: Social Comm. 1: Jr, Prom Comm. 3: Fashion Show l.
KATHRYN SIMMONS . . . "Kay" puts horses, the outdoors,
fun, and parties at the head of her list of likes. As yet,
she is undecided about what college to attend, she plans
to study illustrating . . . Soc .COmm, 4g WAKE Make-
up 4, Jr. Prom Comm, 3.
MILTON SIMMONS . . . f'Mickey',, crazy about hot rods,
a certain little southern brunette, eating in art class, and
Southern fried chicken, as yet hasn't decided on which
college he will attend . . . WAKE Make-up 3, Visual
JOHN H. M. SINCLAIR . . , "Jack" is devoted to his
church and likes outdoor sports. His future plans in-
clude a certain brown-eyed brunette . . . Chorus 2,3,4g
Operetta 4g H.R. Representative 1,g H.R. Alt. 2g Stunt
BOB SMITH . . . Bob, who says he dislikes any sort of ex-
ertion, is partial to swimming, sailing, Round Bay dances
and Washington, D, C- He expects to study engineering
at the University of Maryland and to be a chemical
engineer . . . Chorus 4.
SHIRLEY ANN STALLINGS . . . A prospective government
worker, Shirley likes dancing, sports and swimming, def-
initely dislikes homework and studying for exams. CA
trait common to many of usgj . . . H.R. Alternate 3:
BETTY JANE STERLING . . . Betty, a cute little girl, is
looking forward to a nursing career and plans to study
at Union Memorial Nurses' School. Her favorite foods
include hamburgers and milkshakes , . . Social Commit-
tee 43 Jr. Prom Committee 3.
Joi-IN STEVENS . . . Tall and blond, Steve is our gain
from George Washington High School, Alexandria, Va.
Girls, cars, chewing gum and sailing are all on his list
of likes, while French fried potatoes rate high as his
NANCY STEVENS . . . After graduation, Nancy plans to
attend a small co-ed college . . . Honor Society 3, Vice
Pres. 4, Tally-HO Reporter, Staff Member 2,3,4g Feature
Editor 3,41 WAKE Literary, Patrons, Circulation 4g
Traffic Sq. 4: Var, Basketball 4.
ANN STOCKETT . , . Ann, headed for the University of
Md., wants to become a missionary nurse . . . Student
Gov't Secretary 4, Honor Soc. 3,43 WAKE Literary 4.
Typing 4g Stunt Nite 4, Traffic Sq, 4g Social Comm.
Officer 4g Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Assembly Comm. l.
PAULA E. STOINOFF . . . A future homemaker, Paula's
likes include "Boba QCould he have something to do
with the homemaking?j, a 1950 light blue Ford, swim-
ming, dancing, hamburgers and Devil'5 Food Cake. She
lists school and homework as her dislikes.
MARGARET STREETT . . . "Peggy", a regular sports woman
. . . WAKE Patron 4, Off. helper 45 Fiedlball 4, Bas-
ketball 45 Softball 2,3,4g J.V. Basketball 15 Intra. Bas-
ketball 2,3,4g Volleyball 3g Badminton 3, "A" Club
3,45 Phys. Ed. Leader's Club 3.4-
RosE ANN STUMPF . . . Rose came to us from McKin-
ley Highg and plans to attend Temple U. in Penn. Her
blue eyes and blonde hair would grace any campus!!
. . , WAKE Patrons, Cir. Committee 4g Chorus 3,45
Social Comm. 4, Operetta 4g Jr. Prom Committee 3.
BARBARA LEE SWEENEY . . . "Bobbie" is headed for U-
of Maryland . . . WAKE Literary 3,4g TALLY-HO Bus.
2,3g Stunt Nite 4g Social Comm. 2,3,4g Orch. 33 Jr.
Prom Ticket Comm. 3g Intramural Softball 2g Fieldball
25 Volleyball 2g Club Comm. Rep.
JOSEPH TALLEY .... A shop major, "Joe's" greatest am-
bitions are to get a job in a cabinet making shop and to
acquire a good Ford ear. Like many of us he thinks
home cooked food is "the greatest" and spelling tests
IBRA M. TALMAN . . . A wonderful friend to all . . . H.R.
Rep. l,2,3,4: WAKE 3,45 Assembly Comm. Chairman
43 Member lg Stunt Nite 43 Traflie Sq. Lt. 4g Soc.
Comm, Chairman 43 Chorus 3,45 Operetta 4, Jr. Prom
Comm. Chairman 3, Booster Club 4.
GLAUYS TAYLOR . . . Genial Gladys will make an ef-
ficient secretary for some lucky firmq spaghetti and meat-
balls or baked potatoes are her favorite foodsg traveling,
animals, and hobbies top Glady's list of likes , . . Soc.
Comm. 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
JANET L. TERRY' . . . Sweet, neat and loads of fun, Janet
likes to read and eatg she dislikes homework and stuffy
people . . . WAKE 4g Tally-Ho Reporter 2,33 Traffic
Squad 4g Soe. Comm, lg Junior Prom Comm. 33 Intra.
CHRISTINA E. THOMAS . . . An attractive as well as
versatile girlg pretty, dark haired "Chris" likes to sing
. , . WAKE 4g Traf. Sq. 4, Soc, Comm. 1,2,3,4g Stunt
Nite l,2,3,4: Chorus 2,3,4g Operetta 45 Jr. Prom Comm.
3: Make-up Comm. l,2.
JAMES H, THOMAS, JR ,... Likeable "Jimmie", a future
furniture designer, likes to participate in all sports and
to eat his favorite food, sour beef . . . WAKE 4, Band
lg Jr. Prom Comm, 3g Visual Aids 2,3,4g Hi-Y Mem-
ber 3,41 Var. Soccer 45 Mgr. 3.
Lots J. THoMAs . . . Lois aspires to be a good wife and
bookkeeper . . . Trafllc Squad 4, Junior Prom Commit-
tee 3: Office Helper 4g Varsity Softball 2,35 Intramural
Basketball 3, Fieldball 1,25 Badminton 1, Ping Pong
2: Cheerleader l,
RICHARD TITUS . . . "Dick" is Glen Burnie's loss and our gain: he plans to attend U. of Md.
and later become a Phys. Ed, Coach . . . H.R. Rep. 3,43 Jr. Prom Comm, Chairman 3: Var.:
Football 3,43 Basketball 3,4g Lacross 3,4-g .I.V. Football 33 HA" Club 3,4.
MARY K. TOMNSLEY . . . "Mary Kayl' as future nurse will please many patients. She likes
to dance and use her driver's license , . . WAKE 41 Jr, Prom Comm. 33 Make-up, Costume
Comm. 43 Stunt Nite 4g Var. Softball Mgr. 4.
JEAN I, TYRON . . . Smartly dressed, sports-minded Jean plans to be a secretary . . . WAKE
Patrons 4g Jr. Prom 3: Var. Softball 2,3,4: J.V.: Basketball lg Softball 1: A-Club 3,4g Bad-
minton 3: Intramural Basketball l,2,3,4g Phys. Ed. Leaders, Pres. 3,4.
PATRICIA A. TUCKER . . . "Patsy" is full of fun and enjoys life: likes hamburgers and steak
smothered in onions, dancing, swimming, and a certain boy at U. of M.q dislikes school and
homework: ambition, to become a housewife and mother.
VVILLIAM VANOUS, -IR ..., HBill" hails from Washington State and has nationally famous
favorites: "wine, women, and songln . , . Vice-President S.G, 45 Traf. Sq. First Lieut. 45
Social Committee 3,43 Varsity Lacrosse 2,3,4.
ciHARLIiS R. VVALKLING . . , Fried Chicken, stamps, old clocks, pcrmants and traveling are high
on Charlie-'s list of likes , . , His ambition is to go to trade school and take up Mechanical
Englneering. Dig that crazy mechanic!
ROBERT A. WATSON . . . Often seen riding around in his light green Ford, "Bob" plans to
take Business Administration in an as yet undecided college. His pet dislikes are turnip
greens fughlj and squash . . . Hi-Y 2,3: Traffic Squad 4.
LlLAUDIA WAYSON . . . Bill and a '51 Studebaker rate high with this girl. She has two aIn-
bitions: to become a secretary and a Hbetter-half" . . , H.R, Rep. 3,4g Hon. Society 3,45
WAKE 3,45 Traffic Sq. 4: Asst. Lib. 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: School Treas. 4.
CAROLYN WEBB . . . This blond's destination is college and a job. Likes sports, dancing, dogs
and driving a '48 Packard . , . WAKE 2,3,41 Stunt Nite 45 Junior Prom Comm. 3: Varsity:
Basketball 3,4g Hockey 2,3,4g Softball 4g Ath. Rep. 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4.
MICHAEI. VVEST . , . Quiet, scientifically-minded "Mike" plans to take science at Mich. Uni-
versity , , . WAKE 41 Assembly Committee 4: Social COIIIIIHIICK' 4: junior Prom Comm. 3g
Var. Track 3: Club Rep. 3,-l.
DICK WESTON . . . Girls, planes, boats, steak and blueberry pie a la mode rate high with Diek.
He hopes to attend VVestern Michigang wants to be his own boss in his own business . , . Varsi-
ty Track 4.
NANCY YNETHERHOLD . . . Cute, petite "Nance", always in a hurry, likes "jitterbugging" and
Freneh . . . Soe. Comm. l: Honor Society 3,41 WAKE Lit. Comm. 41 Tally-Ho Reporter
l,2,31 Asst. Ed. 4: Stunt Night 2,41'I'raf. Sqd. 41 Chorus 3.
LAURA VVICKSTROM . . . This eute blondis favorites are fried ehieken, pizza pie and ice eream:
dislikes inelude homework and show-offs, She thinks K'Andy" and a red in black '53 Plymouth
are tops . . . Soe. Comm. 2: Varsity Volleyball 2-
DAvm XVILLIAMS . . . David withdrew from A.H.S. on December 9, 1953.
MARY' JANE Wi1,sMAN ..,i A U.S.N.A. girl, she likes swimming, golf, and art: dislikes eatty
people. Ambitionfto study nursing . . . WAKE 3,41 Soe. Committee 2,41 Ofhee helper 21
Jr. Prom Comm. 31 Varsity Volleyball 2.
DOROTHY' VVOEI-'UI ,... Dorothy Came bark to us from Fairfax Hall and Hannah Moore
Academy. "Let's faee it", Middies, Cadillaes, dancing and horseback riding are the best as
far as she is Concerned!
ROBERT F. VVOLLMAN . . . B0b's ambition is
fWish we Could go with himlj . . . WAKE
to become a Hollywood glamour photographer.
3,41 Band l,2,3,41 Orchestra 3,41 junior Prom
Urehestra Comm.1 Varsity Football 41 Visual Aids l,2,31 All County Band l,2,3.
Ei.1.1s VVOLOD . . . "Sam" wants to be a sueeess but dislikes work. He is really "for" dancing,
music, sports, and Hot-Rods: can really play that saxophone of hisg a great musieianll . , .
Band l,2,3,-l-1 Oreh. 3,41 Football 2,4.
BARBARA Woon . . , Bright eyed "Barb" lists swimming, dancing, and piano along with food
as her favorites. Her desire is to beeome a good housewife , . . WAKE 41 Traff. Squad 4:
Social Comm. 2,3,4: Jr, Prom Comm. 31 Assembly Comm. 4.
NANCY A. ZICK . . . One
Sq. 41 Soe, Comm. 21 Jr.
11 Club 3,41 Phys. Ed.
of our leading sportswomen . , . H.R. Alt. 1,21 WAKE 41 Trail.
Prom 31 J.V, 11 V, Fieldball 3,41 Volleyball 2,3,41 Athletic' Rep.
Leaders 2,3,41 Off. Helper 4.
to fight: .Ioan Como,
ROOM 309: How I: Southwick, Marston, Luttrc-ll, Ostrowski, Pennington, Norwood, Millar
Mrs, .7Xll'X2lIlClQ'f. Raw 2: Trutt, Smith, Milt-to, Talbott, Mettmn, Palmc-r, Morgvnstc-rn, Park-
inson. Row ff: Shr'rbL'rt, Swvnson, Tnyman, Shi-ph:-rd, Mora-land, Nivhols, Pigioni, Phipps
Row -Z: Skipps-r, Thomas, Thomas, Stoflu-tt, Sharp, Lvrvh, Stovkrltt. Not .s'l10w71.' Lf-v, Nvusrr
Patton, Phillips, Skordus. Smith, Taylor, Thompson.
RCJCJM 201: lfozt' I: Bzlusunl, Bzixtvr, A5111-Y, Bcity, Bailey, Aisquith, Springfir-ld, Storton
Basil. Row 2: BZINVKT, Amos, Bc-ard, B21SSfUI'Cl, BUIICIS, B2lkt'I', Boswvll, Bird. Row 3: Aslilvv,
Bcardniorcl, B1-ck, .'XI'II1igt'I', Collinson, Sollinson, Czirrick, Mrs. Czlrpm-rite-i", Bl'Ilj2llIlil'1. Row 4
Chanibr-rs, Alb:-rtsvn, Callahan, Bryant. Row 5: Bmichvl, Br:-wste-r, .-Xltfm, Ashton, .'XX't'l"Y
Burtis. N01 111011015 Bzissforri, Bc-ll, Crosby.
cil'li'l'l'll'HCll'l'S kimllv spirit of .'X,H.S. studcfnts.
l,HN"2ll'y oiivrs quivt zlnci bvlpful Study.
ROOM 2l2: Row I: Miss Hicks, Kluwnns, Hood, II2lIIlIIll'1', Lzitiimw, Hilburnn-, Robinson
Sc'hwz1llu'nbf-rg. Ron' 2: Kc-atlcy, Hall, Hubbard, Joni-s, Higgins, Howi-, Lziynv, Mollinzin
Pc-zu'o1'k. Row fi: L:1r'i'in1or:', lIz1i'dc'Sty, Hinton, Sl'hll'y, P2lI'll'tl, Mintz, Rii'h2lI'KiS, Row -I
Sc'hzu'ii'c'r, Robinson, Nims, Ringlv, P2llIIlI'l', Mott, Schin-kv, Moy:-i', N1Ol"l'iilIlti. No! .vlzuzwi
Jackson, lloinvs, Rvrknm-r, Russ:-ll,
ROOM 108: Ron' I: Witt, Tydings, Smith, Tuckvr. Row 2: Miss Lind:-mzxnn, Smith
Shaw, Tull, YYn'lls. Row fi: Sl1OC'l11lf, 'l'11yloi', Sinflzlir, Swim, Willis, W2ly'SlJIl, Roll' -1: Wilson
Sa-urs, Svwrll, Vblfn-, Wbotl, Thomson-
lN1L'Slfl ROOM: Rau' 1: Pruitt, Santos, SLIIIIZIHISA IlUSl'I1lJl0OIIl, Rolvn, Sc'l1wz1llvnlJ4-rg, Run-
bolcl. Hou' 2: Purdy, Rowr- ,RuSse'll, Piliilphrvy, Szlppington, Rc-1-cl, Whittington, Pikr-. RON'
fi: Mr. Kunklv, l"ur'Cly, Rlmrli-S, Rohm-rtsori, Rowv, Ynnous, XN'iln1m'1', Zimlurf, Rolf' -I: Wil-
son, xYilg'OIlI'l', Wlilstcxri, lN'illizm1s, lx'llCll', Wvrntl. Row 5: Witt, Zzlclc-ru, xv2lllK'l', Wilclr-1',
Y:-rgv, lfhitcx Not Xl1UZL'll.' Roxsw, Sl'lllIllIl, Wbocl.
ROOM 206: Row I: Fenhagen, Franev, Demas, Evans, Cengras, Gri-entiw-v. Row 2: Mr.
Harrison, Dyer, Eskridge, Franev, llufler, Guinula. Row fi: llambruvk, ll:-nm-luerger, Cross,
Mc'New, Kirby, Marst-llas, llubbard. Row 4: Johnson, Dc-nt, Martin, Jordan, Gibson, Gould,
johnson, Kr-arse, Lehman
For over 10 years, juniors have shown an By planning new activities and programs,
working for their goal, to become a senior. Peregoy and Miss Mary Katherine Cox,
And so they now look forward to this grade elass advisers, the Junior elass strove to be-
with pride andjoy. come one of the best of A. H. S.
Surh is life in the eorriclors of .-X.ll.S.
ROOM 202: Row I: Fleming Cantler, Brashears, Bossert, Dawson, Chambers, Brearley, Brash-
ears. Row 2: Como, Davenport, Bowen, Campbell, Duvall, Deuel, Farber. Row 3: Boetteher,
Cooley, Day, Clarke, Clark, Dawson Donoghue, Ford, Geiman. Row 4: Gabell, Dearborne,
Ellis, Cullinane, George, Doub, Grimes, Finkle. Not shown: Fowler, Gillespie, George.
The class ring, the achievement of years,
is a symbol which inspires all juniors. Pop-
ular stones this year were the amethyst,
sapphire, garnet, and ruby. This symbol is
a wondrous momento of A. H. S.
Movies break the old routine.
ROOM 107: Ron' I: Sc'h11bv1't, Siviu, Sirzlllfxs, Slfmuzl, Simms, Shaw, fjh:1'1x11111. Roz: 2: Slinl 1'
ghiclds, Shvphwcl, Smith, Schvm-1, Sink:-rs, Shows. Rona' fi: Stllllvr, Smuggs, Svhimrhzlt, Svkiugvr
gtI'IlXVSl'l', Srhrme-iclr'1', Stein. Row AI: StoinoIT, Shvphr-rcl, Sl1r'1"11', Spzxnglw, Srurs, SiI11lJSU1l
Mr. iXll2llSfiI1l'. Nm' .xf1r1zf'n: SI'hl1Ill2ll'hl'YL, Smith, Springfi:-ld, Stumpf, 'I':1ylcn. rIxh0IlllJIiOll.
Q llfle een l g' LY
J Cf U W' f .fl f S'
ROOM 302: Row I: Brown, Brown, Clollifaon, Clzxtlvlmtorm, Czxsv, Cihzxm-y, Britton, c1h2lIIlb1'I'1
nsvy. Row 2: Bra-zxdy, Collin 1, Butlnr, Hurm, Clzxlnlwvll, lzllilly. Ifozu Ch 1111114 114, X4 ilcirz
Clc'zwc'rlgn'1', Ex':'l'y. Row 4: IJIIIILINNZIQ, Iflllnzlgzm, Dc-c'k:'x', CILIITY, l"i1l1t1L111, Ilxtxnfz, Dohscvzx
'VIl'S. Dicks-mon, No! ,xllmmxzg Clzlllxplx.-ll, Clokvr, llolllson, fjU1llW'l'H, U1-gm,
lstvnnnfv sntisfirs tha- St2ll'X'iT1Q.
LINDA VAN M1c'1'R1c
Playing Hookvy Again, Huh?
ROOM 109: Row I: 'IihOlIl2lS, Wilson, Wright, Young, Twitty, 'l'orox'sky, XN'zxysou. Row 2
WK-rmclt, Yun P1-lt, Yun Mr-trv, Thoiilpson, W'i1lizm1s, 'l'01I1z1r1io, Wilsorx, Row ff: 'l'uylo1', VVh0QI
1-V, 'liowr-rs, W'r'lJb, W'vst, Mr, Bishoff. Row 4: xNill2ll'li, frigslr, VIYYUIIIIJY. Whitv, Xvilllilllfiiflg
lmru, Yollu-11 Raw 5: Wilson, VVhit2lkl'F, Wlltson, WVz1inwx'ight, wvfllllllilllq Wuyscm, Wlxshing
um. Nm' vlmw11.' Swontvrk, 'lih0IIl2lS, wviSL'IIl2lIl.
ROOM 306: Row I: Lobo, Langford, Langston, Knackstrldt, Lamb, Huf'l'1-r, King, Kintlmm'
gr-r. Row 2: Iluclson, Lujoyc, Klakring, Kallas, joncs, K1-nt, Kallis. Row fi: Miller, Ln-, Mzirvus
Lannon, Lyons, Mvtzgcr, Mr. Rogvrs. Row 4: Mr'Ncw, McNl-al, Lziriczistl-i', Lunglvy, Lowry
KOH, Mason, Mastros. Not shown: Johnson, Hohnson, Lc-gum, M:-acl:-.
jjlw 67644515 mnefeen gig?-.Six
ROOM 307: Row I: Lf-itch, Millvr, Murvhzikr-, Morvland, Miller, Mill:-r, Iiookinglpill, Oi"-
buny, Morf-land. Row 2: Mr'Nulty, Nowzittnivk, Lcvcnsohn, Mc-rc-dith, Mason, Logan, Moldcn
Row 3: Mr. Lowe, Orr, Phipps, Millcr, MVGN-ady, Millard, Martin, Pr-ttit, Row -I: Mirhc-ll
Pc-nnington, Paulson, Oldson, Morgan, Phillips Muhl, Myvrs, Not sliown: Maupin, Mm-nrh
RUONI 305: Row I: Bliss Gooch-, llnyvs, Iiziitlivnly, G1'o11:c'1o5r', 110111154-153, Clilcix-ii, Gillizif-1',
Klivs, Kutrvf. Role' 2: Hass, Hain:-s, Uriibr, Hinshaw, Hull, Howzird, Johmozi, Kwnv. Row fi:
Hounshm-11, Hopkins, l'if'lJllll1'Ci, Hull, ci00fihlll', Inglv. Roca' 4: Kills, Ki1'L'i1I1i'l', Judd, Horton,
Iosbuk:-r, Kuickuiuri, Golk, Joinrs. Not shown: Gruhzmi, Hviidvrson, Joni-5, Kirsfh.
we CAM!! Mnefeen jig?-.Six
ROOM Hill: Row 1: Frank, Uifvlziggiu, I'iI'l'I1l'1'l, Firikr-lstciri, Hlvy, Gzxss, Eluvling, Hopkins,
Ilzimiltori. Ruin' 2: Dziywzilt, F1'r'yn1m'c', Uvorgv, Nlrfa. Koflilzlp. limi' 3: Eriivixzon, Dobson.
Coultc-r, Coriiiin-1', Coopvr, Dirkvy, IIoH'm:m, Fishvr. Ifflfi' -11: I'i:H:'r, Dobbs, Evans, Cox,
H:-ndrivks, Hvrr, Ilarris, F1'c'nc'h, Gmail. No! ,s'f1ozL'1:.' Ii'iI'tL1fl'1,
ROOM 308: Row 1: Low, Ross, Cflluiu, Rvntx, Rilvy, Ricldlr'lJs-rg:-r, lWrs, MI'K?lIIll'y', Row 2:
Rirhzxrds, Rvyuolnls, lluxvlmgfz, Russcfll, Rowzm-, Rohllmg, Wilh:-lm. Row fi: Pzwwn-tt, Plaim'
Olivsr, lLic'hL11'cl:1on, Paulus, Row 4: Schubert, Pottr-r, Sfhcel, Polak, Rvppa-lxhzxgvrm, Pulsifrr,
Si'l'll'i'ltZ, Schif-lu-, Not .xlLow1z.' Pullvy, Qunclv, R2lX'.'IlSC'l'lJfT, Rc-icl, Rirhzxrfls, Rolarrts, Roisbnvk.
ROOM 301: Row I: Barn-tt, Bausum, Andrews, Bentley, Booth, Bosls-y, Bakrr. Row 2: Miss
LOI1H2lIlf'C'l'il'I', Bakvr, Clzlrupbcll, Bass, Bull, Campbell, Barham, Asquith, Blzxclvs, Apostul, Bass-
ford, Burgvss, Carlson, Row ff: Alt:-r, Bicr, Blcss, Blair, Baldrr-c-, Brown, Bradshaw, Blavk,
Bzixlvr, Butlrr. Row -F: CIz1mc'ofc-, Bzissford, Bottmxr, .-Xcldiugton, Dvc'kc'r, Bvzall, Diary, Brad-
ford, Not ,x'l10:c'11: Bfzrnffa.
DR. HOWARD A.
Secretary to Principal
A IJOROTHY HAMILTON
I Guidance Director
ALBERT W. FOVVBLE
efsaage fo the Cfaaa o 1954
Fame ir what you have taken,
Character is what you giveg
When to this truth you awaken,
Then you begin to live.
As you, the class of l954, approach graduation, I earnest-
ly hope that the Annapolis High School has prepared you
well to face the future. I'hope you can count many benefits
received during the days you have spent here and that you
have developed a priceless possession-a strong and noble
character. It is my belief that without this your graduation
cannot mean success.
I have enjoyed working with you in the seventh grade,
in Junior High School and again in the last two years of our
high school. I prize your friendship highly and you have my
best wishes for future success and happiness.
orning hours speed by as food is prepared.
051006013 .fgher Our
Comforf ana! .fglalaefifezi
In charge of planning and preparing mid-
day meals for the students and faculty of A.H.S.
is Mrs. Alma Steiner, who, having worked in
the cafeteria for nineteen years, is well quali-
fied for her present position.
Mrs. Reba Booth, who has been on the
cafeteria staff for twenty-one years, is head
cook. Mrs. Marion Sullivan serves meals and
makes sandwiches while Mrs. Anita Spriggs
prepares all vegetables. Mr. Arthur Hypshire
is the dish-washer.
The morning hours from 8 a.m. to lunch
time are spent preparing the delicious foods
which neatly fill the cafeteria service counter
Careful planning precedes each meal in
order that well balanced lunches may be
provided for the student body and faculty.
HA stitch in times save nine i'
g'The way to a m1n's heart is through his stomach."
Learning how to cook, sew and decorate,
the girls taking Home Economics are be-
coming better Homemakers under the gui-
dance of Miss Delphinc Lindemann. These
students have made dresses, suits, formals,
and accessories, many of which were dis-
played. Some classes had speakers who
discussed with them the proper way to plan
and design a kitcheng others took field
,Mr ing Our ,Mani
Bang . . . Clang . . . So are the sounds
which are heard from the interiors of the
metal and wood shops of A.H.S. In the
shops the boys major in the particular craft
which they feel will be benehcial. These
future craftsmen work with the various ma-
chines and learn to operate each one with
skill, at the same time creating many beau-
tiful and useful items for their homes.
Students train for careers in
Today's shop prepares to-
I ll llllll' , III N1IlSf1llI'1' .
CIIIIIU I-stu Ilstvcl?
earn Vnang anguageri
l'III-llllfili Cox ELIII.'.I31'1'I'XI DAVIS REIDA I,oNuANECKx-11: VVIVIAN lllczxucxsux
l:'r1.gl1Rlz Ifzzglixfz lf11gli.x'l1 Ifllglliixfl
Sllhjwts :xml p11-rlivzm-5 trrmlxblc' Juniors
Hr-Owulll mukvs 1113: 4-xltrurlcx'
oreign A mf 145 gn,gA5
earning .fdgouf we lgcwf .
Tha- world is their
Nlodvrns delve into
Prime ministers, French Revolution, al-
liances-so go the topics in world history,
studied by the sophomores.
Colonization and the early history of
America are taught to the juniors, while
advanced American history is given to sen-
Building up our knowledge of the world
and of our nation along with the develop-
ment of good citizenship, is the main pur-
pose of the Department of History.
DoRo'1'x1YNonLr1 MARY Lomsr: HIcKs Ci1RIs'1'1ANA ALr1xANu1f:R HIQL1-:NH MCKAMEY
So1'ialStudi1f.x' Sofia! Studios Social Studzm' Sorzal Studies
1, E l:z -605' HwlA i 11.11 ' :a mai-if
relaaring or .7Ae jufure
"Take a letter, Miss Smith!" Probably
this command will soon sound very familiar
to some of our commercial students who
are busily building up skills such as short-
hand, typing, bookkeeping, and using the
various business machines. XV hen our grad-
uates go out into the world to become the
private secretaries and bookkeepers of the
future, we may be sure that they have laid
firm foundations for their careers.
The word is at their
Shorthand Class gains
speed and ac'c'u1'nc'y.
MARGARE'I' HOK1-3 Office Training STELLA MORRIS
Typing Family Rrflationx' Stenoyaphy
Bookkezfping Typing Typin
Future Rembrandts potter with paints. A.ll.S. choristt-rs burst into song.
Voices, soprano, alto, tenor, and bass,
135 in all, ring out from the Music Room
on periods 1, 3, and 6. Under the direction
of Mr. Kunkle, chorus is pleasurable time,
Building art appreciation by developing
talents, students in the Art department, un-
der the direction of Mr. Foster T. Augus-
tine, learn to appreciate art and color har-
mony in everyday life.
141.12 KPlNNlf1'l'II PAGE Fos'1'ER Auo17s'1'1N1-2
Band Sofia! Studim'
,UM 36512 Ognfo .szience
Explosivcf thinkers pondvr books.
Naturalists probe life svcrvts.
Mr. Lowe molds Main Street
merchants of tomorrow.
Futurc engineers are in the
throes of trigonomf-try.
C H1-1s'rP:R PERHGOY
, kQ YT ORS
Abiou and Wilt Boswr-ll await Dim'k's slum. "Abby" vollvys thc' ball muCh to
, Walfs zunusvnncxnt.
Louise- missrs! HBrownic's" point. This isn't il rvgulnr stunt, is it?
-een "YEA!" Was Vi!
.ne -Student Stoclrfetis nr
, -ways Bobby Seible, heard
-Nas candidaceiof the 'SQ f'
elections. His plans for the ML
,.cr0!17,9 and its improvement'
,., reader of fof- and many. l
.unppazbfn s,oeecl2es,' Ilia! Bobbyis favori f
, or Ofczdenf Couernfneryi bas fnsr football, roller slr!
.meds and problems of APL? 'Would the new! -
1 Organization devote its immol' 'inf' B
rrticiloation in the as'-A'
zrion in a municnf
5's own practicff
rate high. i
on is a In'
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errer sm- cmd
the news that .2
NWC of .sfecretary .
sure which r
, gms' a chemical
map' The girls
Q' to bake, bee
ite dish is de
J' is no
.sta tes Willia
ed vice-prlgfrn Is Wei?
ew ofnce, Billis other c.. - ,
Verne at AHS include nrst l. Gxgiieg? 4
tenant of the Troma Squad Gia has been a mem- E2
i WO years of Varsity lacrosse' ber of the cheer-leading squad 'QI
GOOQ' f 0011 all 800148 and fi '50 since her sophomore year, was n
, Chevy are among 1216 IDD filter' club representative and is pres-
0 este. Having an easy-eofne ner- finaly Q member of the ri-emo 1
U sonalitx B111 states the' he has Squad.
'HIRING' C1521 H0 dislikes' i l'-e A180 5001-vilig he1'eXtr'a-corTicu- L
Jr improving Afton N i lar activities list is active partici- Eye
gage. by the and other oolle onon the social and costume oarly 4
much these as Well at others sug- Wd' ues' 12? Vf' 0
J, will improve the Homecoming scene is Ofoiifi
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PIQY of fllffmlffll Wf'HF1?f'l'- gnu, Paris" Sopnonzores
the ' 'i l' lfI'UflQ'Gl2 class:
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9- stands all but paying fans, the ' g ones to throw
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The primary purpose of the student
government at A.H.S. is to develop good
citizenship by furthering our knowledge of
democracy and by observing the principles
of good government in its proceedings.
Besides this basic purpose, the student
government this year, has sent CARB pack-
ages, corresponded with Japanese students,
contributed to the welfare of a Korean or-
phan, and sponsored the 'cHomecoming"
In order to help keep the cafeteria in
a satisfactory condition, an efhcient clean-
up campaign was organized and put into
effect. The student government members
were hosts to the guests coming to A.H.S.
for the Bellamy Flag Awards assembly and
the exchange assembly.
The proceeds of the annual produc-
tion of Stunt Night are set aside to finance
the activities of this organization, which is
the foundation of our school life.
Left to right: Lucia Barnes, 7'rw1vure1',' Bill Vanous,
Vive-p1e.xz1le1zl.' Ann Stoekett, SL'L'l'8ffll'J',' Bob Seible,
Raw I: J. Fisher, S. Marston, R. Holt, KI. Klawans, W, Baxter, P. Martin, C. Horton, B.
lluller, S. Byrne. Row 2: D. Titus, B. Callahan, B. Verge, lf, Rofenbloom, I". Farber, L. Y.
Metre, G. Stein, l'. Kallis, M, U'Cain. Row 3: I. Talinan, D. Dieln-y, N. W'ayson, B. Chambers.
Bvforc' the Student Gov:-rnlnvnt c-lcvtions Comf-
thv Campaign ff-aturvs postrrs in the halls likr- thc
ones picture-d bm-low.
rw o u E9
K'Now 'Duke' how do you ple-acl?", asks Bob
Sfible who prcsiclcs at tho me-etings of the Studrnt
Court. Ann Stockvtt, su-atm-d in bavkgrouncl, takc-s
notes on thc' meetings.
Row I: C. W'ays0n, M. Mcxtcalf, P. Duvall, N. Hamilton, M. A. Potty, R. Finklvstcin, B. A.
Hopkins, D. Purdy, Bless. Row 2: A. Biglcr, P. Olson, F, Dodson, D. Langley, B. Sh:-rm-r,
R. YN'atson, N. Chambers, L. Svwcfll, Bcfrry. Row fi: P, Joines, A. Richards, B. Flrnhagr-n.
CUB RE PQ DRTERS
Row I: D. Eskridgx-, J. Bvardmorc-, S
Bauc-r, P. Eskvw, W. Bzixtvr, M. Pur
dy, Brashcars, N. Wright, . Shir-lds,
S. Groscxclosv. Row 2: C. Caldwz-ll
T. Srhlc-y, P. Kallis, F. Brvacly, E
Goodhuc, K. Strauus, C, cllllIIN'T,
REG ULAR RE PORTERS
Row 1.' D. Morgvnstvrn, M. Bird,
Russrlll, V. Clarkcf, K. Cullinanc, P.
Join:-5, I. Ungar, M. La-vvnsohn. Row
2: B, Svhoczlt, S. Howv, E. Max, L.
9X ,054 Rossvc, H. Srhickv, H. Millard, R.
Left to right: S. MrNf-w, J, Day, I.
Ungar, Manzlgvr D. Basil, M, Lrvvn-
sohn, Mr. R. Olson, Advise-rg K. Ball-
man, H. Srhir-ke, J. Bvardmorc-, E.
The builders of the 'Tally-Hoi'
throughout the year pour forth a wealth of
inspiration, originality, journalistic ability
and hours of labor to produce a prize win-
ning school paper.
Much thought, planning, and super-
vision by the editors and the adviser pre-
cede each of the eight issues. Mary Gin-
gras, News editor, turns A.H.S. upside-
down for "scoops", while Pat Duvall,
Sports editor, pushes the school's new ath-
letic pursuits. Nancy Stevens, Feature ed-
itor, and Nancy Wfetherhold, Associate ed-
itor, collect reviews, interviews and any
other views which might be of interest.
All these ideas are 'fhashed overi' at
the regular lVednesday afternoon sessions
and are laid out meticulously on each edi-
tor's page plan. Then the stories are turn-
ed over to the reporters.
Row I: M. Gingrass, News edi-
tor, P. Duvall, Sports editor, S.
MeNew, Assist. sports editorg E.
Kotzin, Art editor: H. Gould,
Assist. editor. Row 2: V. Clarke,
Local News editor: F. Rosen-
bloom, Photographer, Mrs. H.
McKamey, Adviser: M. Gates,
Editor-in-Chief, N. Wetherhold,
Assoc. editor, A. Bailey, Ex-
change editor, N. Stevens, Fea-
l'Vhen the flood of finished products
pours in, copyreading, typing and head-
lining are accompanied by groans from
the editors who occasionally exclaim,
'fEverything's ruined ll,
With arms full of copy and a head
harboring a multitude of confused direc-
tions for the printer, Margie Gates, editor-
in-chief, leaves for the Evening Capital of-
There is no rest in the hearts of the
staff until the galley proofs are read, cor-
rected and the dummy sheets are pasted
up, a job which often causes many revis-
ions in the page editor,s careful blue print
and makes for a nerve racking afternoon.
But when they are finished, everyone has a
satisfied, contented feeling which lasts un-
til the next issue.
In September, Hlled with enthusiasm
and bursting with ideas, we, the staff,
dug into the hard work which lay
ahead. We knew we had only one chance
to prove our worth. the issuing of HThe
342 1954 'IXIALLQ
PATRON AND ADX'ER'l'ISING C1OMMl'I"I'EES,
Row 1: M, Culliinore, E. Latimer, J. Russell, L
Sears, P, Lamb, Day, M, Miller, L. Barnes, L.
Bc-all. Row 2: R. Pr-ddivord, I, Hinshaw, H, Labo
vitz, M. lownsley, S. Kc-rr, M. Christe-nson, B. Fill
man, N, Stevens, M. L2lI'I'lIllOI't', N. Mt'Knew, B.
lliushaw. Row fi: P, Miller, L. Mtllrone, A. Cloil,
B, Phillips, B. Seible, Currier, Gilda-ri
ADVISERS, left to light: Mrs. M, Kin-
hart, Finaneialg Mr. F. Augustine, Art:
Miss R. Longant-ck:-r, Literary, Mrs. M.
Wake", our yearbook.
Our goal now reached, we view our
volume of memories proudly, remembering
the work and co-operation which laid its
foundation and completed its pages.
CIRCL'LA'l'lON AND TYPING COMMI'l"llEES,
Row l.' S. lVIellic'harnpe, P, Lamb, M. Larrimore, R.
Stumph, B. Owens, L. Berry, I. Hinshaw, B. Fill
man, L. Hunter, M, Levensohn. Row 2: M.
Metcalf, B. Sterling, M. Culliniore, N, MeKnew, P.
Blaher, C, Mosely, K. Ballman, C. W'ayson, B.
VVood, Hall, C, Thomas. fflill'
ff: P. Martin, S
Byrne, P, Anderson, A. Bigla-r, L. Beall, R, Mile-to,
P. Strec-tt, L, Clark, I, Lngar.
Row I: M. E. Hopkins, Patron 4-clitol'
E. Kotzin, Busin:-ss IIlllIlElgff'I'1 E, Dn-
vis, Art vditor. Roni' 2: A. Stork:-tt,
Chivf typisti D. Rvrry, Asfiovizxtc vil-
itorz E. Max, Editor-in-rhie-f: Y
Cook, Sc-nior Class Q-ditor, Row ff: W
Phillips, Circulation nianagvri Mm!
Nvw, L'ndz'rClaSs z-ditor: N. Hamil-
ton, Avtivitivs vfliforz R, Brown
Sports editor. Hou' 4: P. Mill:-r
Makc'-up L-ditor: D, Morgcnst:-rn, Jun-
ior cxditor: E. Etzle-r PllOtOQI'2lJl1V vali-
, . I ,
tor. Not .Yll0lL'7l.' Mzirtiri, Llll'I'2lY'Q
Litvrury :incl Art QOIIIIIIIIU 1 xr Q Son ou L l hIl1lIl
Goodhum-, M lrtln L ui ny Editor I L nqir R hnklmstc in M Lcunsohn C Gil nu!
Wv. Various. Rau 9 urnu 1 J s cars 1 irc r Clbs 1
M:-ridith, E.Murch1k1 C Moscly Shuldi K ullininc R Li i R M o N Stu: x
E, L4-rrh, M. C ms B
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Row I: R. Phillips, I. Talrnan, B. Pulsifcr, F. ROSL'llDl0OII1, P, Duvall, W. Vanous, W. Phil-
lips, K. Egan. Row 2: A. Stock:-tt, R. Mill-to, B. Fillmzxn, E. Etzl:-r, Row fi: C. Cudcll, D.
Mumford, S. McNew, N. Stvvcfns, D. Evcry, L, Barncs, Mr. J. C. Rogc-rs. Row 4: K:-rr,
N. Wethvrhold, P. Hopkins, P. Anderson, K. Ballman, C. Thoinas, J. Tc-rry. Row 5: E. Kot-
zin, M. Gatos, M. Cullimorm-, C. Wayson, A. Biglc-r, R. VVz11s1on. Row fi: L. Thomas, F.
Carlson, N. Zick, R. Brown, B. Wood, L. Clark. Row 7: L, Mcllrons-, P. Millvr, E. Kuutz,
D. Klimfis, E. Max. Row 8: B. Pnlmvr, V. Cook, E, Davis, J. Currivr, C. Brzxslivars, A.
Cauflrnan. Not shown: J. Martin.
gfamc Squad .fgncl Woniford
To maintain order in our school is the
job of the Traflic and Monitor Squads.
School interest, average or above grades
and approval by the faculty are the re-
quirements for the seniors on the Traffic
Captain Bill Phillips, First Lieutenant
Bill Vanous, Second Lieutenants Betsy Pul-
sifer, Ibra Talman and Bob Phillips, and
Sergeants Fred Rosenbloom, Ken Egan
and Pat Duvall are responsible for keeping
the Traflic Squad running smoothly. Mr.
J. C. Rogers is the faculty adviser.
Heading the Monitor Squad, which
consists entirely of sophomores, is Betty
Ann Hopkins with Sue Case as her First
Lieutenant. This smaller group is on duty
during the first lunch period.
It is the experience gained on these
squads which will help us as adults to un-
derstand and follow the rules and regula-
tions of our city, state, and nation.
Left to right: P. Martin, M. Snyder, C. Smith, F. Ducfkett, B. Cox, M. Moreland, S. Case,
B. Hopkins, Mr. E. Hcrklotz, C. Caldwell, G. Bausum, L, Brown, M. Levensohn, C. Eley,
M. Wheeler, L, Cass, B. Britton, B, Coleman, L. Chaney, Campbell, C. Logan.
ol? Pdf? . Ol' MLPQIQCQ . .
Left to right: D. Mumford, S. MeNew, M, West, D, King, J. Wagoner, MARY ANN ROGERS
S, Bice, L. Montalbana, D, Donaghue, M, Hudson, R, Ogle. Librarian
Books build character. Through them
we are able to learn skills and assimilate
Trained by Mrs. M. Rogers, Librari-
an, students learn the fundamentals of op-
erating our school library. Student assist-
ants are Robert Ogle, Official Card cata-
loger and Filing clerk, Dorothy Mumford
and Michael West, Shelving and Desk
clerks, Sue Bice, clerk in charge of overdue
slips, and Anna Muhle, assistant in charge
of revising the vertical Hles. Sherry Mc-
New arranges cards and shelves books,
while Gloria Swantek clips papers.
Seated behind the desk are John Wag-
oner, Lucille Montalbana, Marilyn Hud-
son, and Doris King.
Office assistants, left to right:
Herzog, S, Hall, P. Streett, L.
Thomas, L. Clark.
, onor ociefg
Thc building hlocks of charactcr, lccad-
crship, scholarship, and scrvicc arc placcd
onc with anothcr in thc proccss of dcvclop-
ing good citizcnship. 'l'hc organization
which furthcrs this dcvclopmcnt is thc'
This ycar thc Honor Socicty cxpancl-
cd its scopc of intcrcsts to includc, on thc "t
intCY-national IUVC1 this proicctg of tht. Svrlfvrl: Bvtsy Pulsill-1', l,i'n-sialrnl, Sflllllllllgf Nan
Unitcd Nations Youth. and. on thc local -'frfllfiwok,SH'1'1'1211'vv
lcvcl. to our school: ushcring at musical
cvcnts. sclling candy at gamcs and partici-
pating in Stunt Night.
Non' If H. PLllIIlt'l', lf. ll0S1'IllJl00IIl, N. xYt'lllK'I'l1Olll, D, lXIUI'g1'flSU'I'Il. Ron' 2: .X Built-y, .X.
Stock:-tt, P. Duvall, E. Davis. lfflli' ff: Y. Clark, M. Galt-gs, N. Stl-Yvns, li. l,ulsifcr, U. Clooli,
L. lVl4'CI1'oi14'7 E. Mzix. Ron' -It CIA NAUZIYSOII, Mi's, llK'IlIyl'll2l llaipclitt-i', .'Xflx'isoi'1 l'l. litfli-1,
IQ. Wi-rntv, N12l1'llIl,IJ,KllIIli'S.
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Dancers gather on ivy-eovt-rr-d tc'rrac'e Distant skyline is seen from
Aided by the tools of sweet music and
starry-night decorations, we and our favor-
ite dancing partners built lasting memories
and friendships at our Junior Prom.
After the junior Class Executives had
drawn blueprints, we formed decoration,
refreshment, chaperone and orchestra com-
mittees for the foundation.
As months of planning and revising,
cutting, pasting and telephoning, passed,
this ballroom under the stars.
we could sec the building, Our Prom, rise
around its cornerstone, 'cYou and the Night
and the Musicf'
On the night of May 29, the guests en-
tered our building and found themselves in
the pink and blue ballroom of a terraced
The lilting tempo of the f'Men of
Notew and the lure of gala refreshment ta-
bles created an unforgettable atmosphere.
Having closed thc doors on our starry
night, wc knew this was one building of
our dreams that would never crumble.
Couples dance to theme, "You and the Night and the' Ml1fill'...
The Honor Society's rendition of
'cMellerdramer', won them First prize in
the annual presentation of Stunt Night. bythe f'F0ur Sharper.
Second and third prizes were captured by
the dance band and the "Four Sharps",
'Dragnetw is rendered
Given honorable mention were Span-
ish dancer, Janice Klawans, the "Junior , , .
' Pa shouts for his dinner ln
the skit "Comm, Round
The grease-paint and powder brigade is at work.
Hero and villain prepare to
"assault" each other.
Five Strangers and "HarveyH make music mountain style. Th? AIH-Sl usunday SHC-
naders" make their debut.
Rockettesw with their interpretation oi
c'Papaya Mamaf, the Tally-Ho play,
"Comin' Round the Mountain" and "Har-
veyf' accompanied by the Five Strangers.
Faculty directors were Miss Dorothy
Noble and Mrs. Christiana Alexander. PHL Jerry and 5-QUY get ho
Student directors were Bud Vanous and
Bob Scible, who also acted as Emcee.
with "Jersey Bounce".
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Reverend Clyde Straub delivers Thanksgiving
message. Assisting him in the program are Pat
Miller and Ann Stockett.
Providing education, inspiration and
entertainment, our assemblies this year
have broadened our horizons, helping to
fill out a well-rounded curriculum.
The Reverend Mr. Clyde Straub, in
his Thanksgiving message, awakened in us
an appreciation for the every day luxuries
which are too often taken for granted.
Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol"
was dramatized by members of the assem-
Margaret Mitchell presents
Mr, Fowble with the United
States flag while Mr. David
Bellamy and Governor Me-
Keldin look on.
- Assembly Comrnitteeflfow
I: C. Thomas, B. Wood,
Mrs. MeKamey, I, Talman,
Miss Cox, V. Clarke, J.
Hebbard. Row 2: P. Miller,
A. Stoekett, R. Scherer, D.
Russell, R. Callahan.
Student Government Candi-
dates, left to right: L.
Barnes, L. McCrone, B. Pul-
sifer, A, Stockett, B. Phil-
lips, Emcceg I, Talman, F.
Rosenbloom, B, Scible, B.
Ghost of the Future shows
Scrooge his grave.
Through the Honor Society induc-
tion, recognition was shown to those who
had achieved scholastic success. Athletic
leaders were honored in three awards as-
The costume and make-up commit-
tees, services were indispensable in the
presentation of the various assembly pro-
Enabling us to see the enactment of
the things we had read in our books, the
visual aids committee contributed much
to a better understanding of our work.
Visual Aids Committee, left
to right: J. Hickman,
Currier, E. Etzler, Talley,
J. Thomas, F. Bottner, D.
Partlett, L. McKillips, E.
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Mac-stro Pugr and his budding symphony orfhcstra.
Bunny Hop adds zest to first dancin- of yrar. Social comniittec IIl?II1bl'1'S dress-up the cafcteriu
,MA nfoyec! jhem Kam
Tiinv for thc- fun to bvgin!
Soft lights ancl swcvt inusic' inakc- Val:-ntinc
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Sorial Committr-0 Planning Group. Seated: R, Milvto, P. Millvr, I. Talman, L. Mcllronc.
Standing, left to right: M. Wilsinan, E. Ln-rsh, E, Davis, A. Coil, C. Cook, A. Nelson, N.
Wlayson, A. Biglvr, Hn-bbarcl.
'cThe House of Vengeancen, a three-act
mystery drama, was chosen by the Senior
Play Selection Committee for their annual
presentation. The play concerns a cantank-
erous old lady - the richest woman in the
state-who dies very mysteriously, thereby
raising the question - who killed her, and
Included in the cast were Evelyn Max
as Harriet Parker, a wealthly spinster, Bob
Scible as Hugh Parker, the nephew Harriet
adores, Dale Every as Myra Holmes, Har-
riet's widowed sister, Bill Phillips as Webs-
ter Holmes, Myra's son, Lillian McCrone
as Gladys Thomas, Harrietis maid, Pat
Miller as Amelia Fraser, the next door
neighbor, Susanna Kerr as Joyce Chandler,
a glamorous actress, Fred Rosenbloom as
Inspector Jack Williams of the Homicide
Squad, Albert Caufman as Dr. Maynard
Brooks, a young physician, and Walter
Hawes as Roger Gifford, a vacuum cleaner
Senior Play Selection Committee:
Row I: Mrs. H. McKamey, Mrs. M.
Kinhrirt, M. Gates, D. Every, E. Max.
Row 2: Mr. R. Olson, P. Hopkins, L.
McCrone, B. Brown, D. Titus. Not
Shown: A. Coil, Chairman, C, Way-
Hugh and Webster break the ice
with a handshake.
"That will teach you to talk back
Roger Giffords demonstrates a vacuum
for the unimpressed Harriet Parker.
Joyce Chandler, Hugh's girl friend,
meets the formidable Harriet,
Inspector Williams points an accusing
finger at Miss Harrietls sister, Myra.
Oh! She fainted! Dr. Brooks and next
door neighbor, Amelia Fraser, hover
over the maid, Gladys.
Lighting and Sound Committe: Left
to right: D. Weston, R. Walkling, M.
West, Chairman, D. McLean, D.
Paea, J. Day.
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The small daughter of the Count of
Arnheim, Austria, is kidnapped by a band
of gypsies led by their Chieftain, Devilshoof.
After twelve unsuccessful years of search-
ing for Arline, the Count accidentally hnds
her when she is brought before him, accus-
ed of stealing. A young Polish exile, Thad-
deus, and she are betrothedg but the gypsy
queen jealously objects to their marriage.
Nevertheless, she consents to the marriage
of the two and Arline is jubilantly reunited
with her father.
Tr plot thiekens as Mr. Seenery designers strive to Applying war-paint and as-
Kunkle attcmpts to unravel attain an atmosphere of fill- senibling attire are the ob-
the mystery for the chorus. tht-ntieity.
jeets oi these K'UIIlIlllU.l'l'S.
Adding to the beauty of the operetta
were the dances of Vicki Clark and Lynn
Gass. Accompaniment was provided hy
David Kearse and Diane Dickey.
This colorful musical-dramatic pro-
duction was offered by the combined
choruses of A.H.S. under the direction of
Mr. R. F. Kunkle and Mrs. V. Dickenson
who directed the libretto. Pat Miller and
Cindy Black, student directors, deserve
Credit for their hard work and patient
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her father after a twelve-year ali- band, apolouiifts to lflort-nstein.
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Holmc-s, D. Mc'Nvw, D. Pam, CI. Ililtibidlv, A. La-itrh, D, LIZIHZIIIZIII, G, Clnttvrton, B. Brown
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Row One: Coarhing Staff Mr. J. Orr, Mr. N. W4-th:-rhold: Manager J. Spangler, L. White,
J. Decker, W. Addington, N. Nimes, C. Catterton, F. Carlson, R. Bc-all, D. Holmes, R. Calla-
han, Manager R. Decker. Row Two: C. Horton, R. Taylor, K. Orr, T. Sehley, W. Flanna-
gan, W. Stoinoil, D. Lee, Anderson, W. Hawes, W. Dunaway, E. Reekner, R, Skordas,
A. Leitch, D. MeNew, Manager C. We-rntz. Row Three: R. VVollman, C. Millard, C. Mott,
J. Zadera, C. Hiltabidle, R. Brown, P. Olson, B. Philips, WV, Palmer, U. Johnson, E. VVol0d,
R. Jordan, V. Arrigo, G, Martin, K. Cullinane, R. Callahan.
napolis High School football squad opened
its '53 season by downing Frederick 20-12
on September 26. Next the Panther Pack
crushed Cambridge by a 21-7 tally.
Then, hampered by injuries and the
blacklist, the team's promising winning
streak was nipped in the bud as they drop-
ped the next Five straight.
The most painful of these losses was
a 6-U defeat by arch rival Saint Mary's
whom they played for the Hrst time in the
history of the two schools.
On offense the team's leading lights
were Ronnie jordan, Al Leitch, Fred Carl-
son, Gus Skordas, Dick Callahan, and Dick
Titus. Heading the defense were Gordon
Catterton, Jim Anderson, Charles Hilta-
bidle, Dan MeNew, Gary Martin, Dave
Paea and Bob Brown.
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Wlithin our building lies the unforget-
table memory of our Homecoming week-
The Homecoming Hop launched the
weekend as football spirits shifted to the
feet of enthusiastic dancing partners. In a
peppy football atmosphere, alumni and
undergrads rocked and swayed to the gay
beat of the Jazzettes. Climaxing the eve-
ning was the honoring of our Homecoming
Queen and her court.
Whetted spirits burst forth on Satur-
day afternoon, as, under a gray autumn
sky, the A.H.S. football eleven clashed with
the Elkton contingent. Although they fail-
ed to halt their opponentis drives, our Pan-
thers showed fighting spirit and determina-
Our Homecoming, with its Hop and
game, gave returning alumni opportunities
to hold reunions and to stroll the buildings
and grounds of A.H.S.
"A queen is crowned!"
Tense moments fill home-
Top loft: N. Zick. Top
right: M. E. Hopkins. Cen-
ter: Peggy Anderson. Lower
right: P. Hopkins. Lower
left: A. Stockett.
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Row One: L. Stuller, D. Kent, D. Hubbard, Coach C. Rogers. Row Two: T. Baker,
R. Whittington, F. Farber, B. Walston, T. Grose. Row Three: P. Wlzishington, E. Peacock,
D. Sears, A. Hall, Taylor, Bellam. Row Four: M. Ford, F.. Kofli, D, Langley, J. More-
land. Row Five: Manager W. Brewster, J. Johnson, Thomas, P. Wlisernan, VV. Boswell,
Carrick, D. Caracofe.
The Annapolis High soccer team,
coached by Mr. C. Rogers, ended its
1953 season with two ties and five defeats.
The Panthers were better than their rec-
ord indicates, because they had some games
that were real "toughies" which could
have gone either way.
Donald Kent and Daniel Hubbard
were Co-captains of the Annapolis High
Spearheading the Panther's attack
were Daniel Hubbard and Milton Ford
while Donald Sears, Walt Boswell and
Donald Kent were sgtandouts on defense.
Other players turning in fine per-
formances the whole season were Bob Wfal-
ston, Fred Farber, John Bellam, Lou Stul-
ler and the goalie, Jimmy Carrick.
Mr. Rogers, the Paclis hne coach, is
to be congratulated on a job well done.
D0n't bc bashful fellows!
Danny ul'lP?lClS., thr' ball!
I'll get you nf-xt timvl"
'lOh, my sorf nogginlv
unior 'ljamifg gadlfefgaf
Displaying excellent teamwork and good
coaching, the A.H.S. Junior Varsity com-
piled one of the Hnest records in recent
years by winning 14 games and losing only
of the best teams ever to be developed in
this area and turned back their foes 14
times. Trouncing such teams as Easton,
Lackey, St. Maryls, Bel Air, Suitland, and
Arundel, the J.V. Pack was definitely a
credit to the school. The team bowed only
to Bladensburg, Glen Burnie, and Arundel
during the entire 53-54 campaign.
scoring department by accumulating 164
points for a 9.1 average, while Buster Dun-
away accounted for 136 markers to acquire
a 7.1 average.
Easton .................... 35
Lackey .,....... ..... 2 0
The Panthers competed against some St. Mary,S ---,-- -.-- 2 7
Southern ........ ..... 1 6
Bel Air ....... ..... 3 9
Cambridge .... ..... 3 5
Chuck Gold paced the Panthers in the Glen Burme
Suitland ..... ..... 5 4
Arundel ....... ..... 3 O
Row one: Coach N. Wetherhold, S. Duxal, S, I' h, W. Boswell, B.
Dunaway, B, Walston, F. Avery, Managers B, Sherer, E. Knickman.
n , . ephcr , 1 er.
Row one: Ji-an Brashears, Mary Wheeler, Margaret Bentley, Bctty
Ann Hopkins, Betty McNulty, Lin Cass, Pat Bradshaw.
Led by Betty Ann Hopkins, the Junior
Varsity Cheerleaders provide pep and spirit
throughout the year, for the -I.V. teams.
During every Junior Varsity game, their
twirling maroon and blue skirts may be seen
as they encourage and cheer on their teams.
As the ambition of every J.V. Cheer-
leader is to one day advance to a Varsity po-
sition, they gain as much valuable experi-
ence from their days on the J.V. squad as
they possibly can. Many of their cheers are
similar to those of their 'cbig sistersf'
Much credit is due these cheering pret-
ties who have helped promote so much
unior ardifg CAeerAac!er6
The Annapolis High School Varsity Basket-
hall Uxlllll. displaying sonle ol the finest playing in
the state. eaptured the Coullty Challlpionship
and the District Ill Class A Title to vonelude one
of the I110St Sl1t't'f'SSlil1l seasons ill the haskethall his-
tory of A.H.S.
Defeating Clen Burnie in two out ol three ell-
eounters gave the Panther quints the County
Championship and a l'1'21t'li at the llistriet playollis.
Sueeessiye vietories over Howard County and
Bel Air crowned Annapolis District Ill CllLlII1IJS
and IIlOVCd tllelll on to the state 801211-l'lIl21lS.
It was against a solid Allegany live that the Pan-
thers dropped the heart breakillg Sttllll-llllkll gllllltx
hy two points in the final three seconds. FIUII1 all
over the state. despite the loss. Annapolis hoys
hrought honor and praise to thelllselyes and to the
sehool 1iI'OIIl eoaehes and sports writers who had
witnessed the thrilling speetaele.
The ICZIIII t'OIIlIJllt'd a total ol' 1135 points.
Boh lgI'UVVIl topped the storing t'Olll1YlH with 334
points for 22 :QZIIIIPS giving hinl a 15.2 average.
while "Ahio" 'jones was next witll 167 lor a 7.9
average. Blown was also leading seorer ill the
eounty with a 13.7 average lol' 7 games.
Bob Brown. "Alu llones. and llieli 'l'itus were
nallled to the Anne Arundel County All-State 1021111
chosen hy the li0ll1' t'Ol1Il1y sehool haskethglll eoaeh-
HAII, 'l'1Ili 1JIS'I'RIC'1' III BASKI
CHAMPS of '
St. lXfI21l'y,S .,
Bladenshurg ..,,, ..
lloward County ..... 1.
Pls-asm' lpoullul- my wily!
What is it that hc- se-vs in thc' crystal ball
Om- more' stn-p and HAlvio" would bv in Eastportl
Somvthing's mighty intrrvsting up Il'lt'I't'l
Center: Co-captain B, Brown. Row one: D
Titus, Co-captain B. Baldrcr, A. Joncs, A.
Crosby, B. Davis, D. Callahan, S. Wollman, P.
Olson, R. Skordas, C. Horton. Row two: Man-
ugcr G, Wrrntz, Coach C, Farhncr, Managcr
Entering his second year as head coach of the
A.H.S. baseball team, Norwood Wetherhold ex-
pects to field a talented nine this season.
Combining line skills with the basic funda-
mentals of the game, Coach Wetherhold is devel-
oping future stars of the baseball world. Some of
the returning members of last year's outstanding
team include Bob Baldree, Ralph Skordas, Russell
Whittington and Albert Leitch. These lettermen
will be counted on heavily to use the experience
they have gained in past seasons.
Among the newcomers are Eddie Southwick,
Sid French, Chuck Cold, and -lim Burtis. They
are progressing rapidly under the watchful eyes of
our baseball mentor.
As in previous years, pitching will again be
our chief asset. Many eyes will be turned to Albert
Leitch and 'lliunkyu George, who is remembered
for his uno hitter" against Howard County last
Milton Ford and Ronald Doub are among the
other L'moundmen,'. The catching duties will bc
divided among Mickey Skipper, Bill Lehman and
A i E
As another baseball season gets under way, the
Panthers of A.H.S. take to the field determined
to better the records of their predecessors.
30 ....... ....... C alvert CountyfHome
6 ....... ....... C alvert CountyfAway
9 ....... ....... H oward CountyfHome
14 .Y..... ....... F orest ParkAAway
20 ....... ....... H oward County4Away
22 ....... ....... S outhernfHome
29 ..,,,.. ....... A rundel-fAway
30 ....... ...... S herwood-Away
6 ....... ....... G len Burnie-Away
l 1 ..,.... ....... L ackey-Home
13 ...,... ....... S outhernfAway
18 ....... ....... L ackeyfAway
20 ....... ...,... A rundel4Home
27 ....... ..........,.. G len BurniefHome
Closing thcir '54 sc-zison with an cxpccitcd hard-
fought tusscl with Glcn Burnic. ninc scniors will
turn in thi-ir Varsity Lzicrossv uniforms, For thcsc
seniors it will not only ho thvir last lacrosse ganiv.
but it will also hc thc last high school athletic
cxcnt in which tlicy will hc' ahlc to tzikf' an zictivc
Rcprcscnting thc Scnior Class are .lim An-
dvrson. Dukc Holnics. and Charley Hiltahidle on
attack. Dick Titus at Inid-field. lioh Phillips, Gor-
don Czittvrton and Dave Paca on dvfvnsv. and liill
Vunous in thc goalie position.
XVhilc' the graduation of thc nina' scniors nicn-
tioncd uhoxc is certain to lcavc a noticcahlc gap
in ns-xt yvzifs squad. roturning stars such as Don
Kvnt. lioh Callahan. Gvnc Rcckner. Ronny .lor-
dzxn. liuzzy lN'uinwright. and Charlir' Horton gin'
proinisc of ll solid '55 train,
Taking L1 close-r peck at the squad ol' '55 shows
rcturning zrttzickinvn .lc-rry Vanous. Dick Hopkins
and Frank Dohson. whilc Cary Martin, Bustor
Dunztway, and liill Stoinolli will return to mid-
held. For dvfcnss' 'Foni Baker will he hack, with
Pvtv Olson rcturning as goaliv.
215 --,-A llulldkllli-'-l'l0IIlC
26 ,,,,, ,,,,,, C hzirlottcx Hall-f-Away
150 7,Y,, ,,,,,, F orvst Park- Horns'
2 ,,,,, ,,,,,, S pzirrows Point 'Away
9 ,,,., ,,,,,, C ilfxTllSL1I'I'1lP' Hornv
4 ,,,,, ,,,,,, S t. lVI21I'y,S Homo
7 .,,.. ....,. C Ihzirlottv H21ll"'Hf5llll'
I4 ,,,,, ,7,,,7 G lon llUI'HlC- Away
Rau' one: Couch CI. l"z1rhncr, 'lf Baker, Y. Vanous, B, Phillips, B, Ringlc, Dickson, P. Rus-
scll, D. Ke-nt. Hou' two: E, Rc-ckncr, Andcrson, C. Hiltzllxidlc, VV. Pzilincr, C. Mott, F.
Fzirbcr, G, Wcrntx. Rau' three: D. Titus, G. Nlzirtin, P. Olson, CI. Horton, F. Dobbs, B. lN'11in-
wright. Rau' ffllllf E. Knickrnun, YY. Addington, YY, Dunawuy, B. Harris, B. Bc-all, YY, Stoin'
oil, D, Puczx, R, Cizxllzihnn. Razz' fire: D. Holnics, B. Bzildrc-c, R. Jordan, Millcr, J. llnrris,
B. Cinllzlhun, Ron' six: Y. Arrigo, A. Crosby, D, Paulson, Join:-S, WP EV:-ry, G. Mill:-i, fl,
Ilznnilton. Rolf' .iez'mz.' M. Tzllhot, Thonizis, Yzinous, D. Hopkins, L. Ccorgc.
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Kneeling: L. Whit:-. Row I: Coavh W, Wvthvrhold, B. Sh:-wr, D. P
Coach C. Farhncfr, Row 2: L. Stullf-r, V. Hall. Row 3: Sharp J
Lugum, R. Jordan.
Row one, left to right: M. Hudson, KI, Brush:-ars, N. Riddl:-hc-rgcr, R, Finklest:-in, B
Palmer, P. joines, Row two: R. Lajoye, R. Hall, M. L:-vinsohn, J. Rosenblooni C. Fisher
A. Nelson. Row three: B. Pulsifer, D. Mumford, R. Page, P. Kallas, J, Baldrev. Roni
four: P. Dobbs, B. Coleman, R. Metzger, B, Vanous, A, Stockn-tt, Campbell, Rott' fire.
B. Ric-d, P. Alb:-rtsen, B. Shepherd, B, Brewster, S. Thomas, Mr. C. Rogers.
The Booster Club, with Mr. Calvin
Rogers as adviser, was organized at the bc-
ginning of the 1953-554 school year. Pro-
moting school spirit and helping at sche-
duled sports events are the purposes of this
new and efficient organization. The officers
are Mary Ann Petty, Prcsidentg Pat Kallis.
Vice-Presidentg and Barbara Palmer, Sec-
NIARY AN N Pb:'r'i'x
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Although the county championship in
fieldball was taken this year by the Lady
Gophers from Glen Burnie, the A.H.S. Las-
sies ended a winning season with a record
of four wins and two losses. The girls twice
defeated Southern High and Arundel High.
However, they were not able to down their
arch rivals Glen Burnie.
Coach Anne Halliwell was well pleas-
ed with the showing of the team. The girls
worked hard and displayed line footwork,
speed and, above all, good sportsmanship.
Nancy Zick and Connie Dennis, the teamis
co-captains, are to be commended for their
leadership on the Held.
The usual starting lineup consisted of
forwards: Nancy Zick, Betsy Pulsifer, Bet-
ty Fillman, Joan Como, and Jean Tryon,
halfbacks: Peggy Streett, Mary Lou More-
land, and Norma Riddleberger, fullbacks:
Janet Hinton and Connie Dennis, goalie:
Mary Rhodes. Other squad members who
also saw a lot of action were: Pat Kallis,
Beverly DiMaggio and Lynn Brown.
Row I: N. Riddleberger, M. Moreland, Try-
on, N. Zick, P. Streett, B, Fillman, M. Rhodes,
J. Como. Row 2: L. Brown, B. Dimaggio,
Campbell, A. Rowe, E. Homberg, P. Kallis, B.
Pulsifer, D. Klimes, Hinton. Row 3: Man-
ager S. Kintberger, S. Nowatnick, I. Ungar, L.
Brown, J. Baldree, L. Keatly, M. Pennington,
P. Strause, J. Kent, Manager B. Phillips, Coach
Southern 10 16
Southern 6 lb
Arundel 7 9
Arundel 2 5
Glen Burnie 7 2
Glen Burnie 6 2
Row One: P, Martin, P. Callahan, K. Ballman,
Nl. liufare, M. jones, I.. Beall, B. Norwoizml.
D. Purdy, C. VVolfe, C. Webb, M. Bramble, F.
Bosley. Row Two: C. Elley, B. Leitch,
Haines, S. Carpenter, D, Baker, J. Langston,
Coach I. Koshlap, M. Boettcher, L, Gass,
Klakring, D. Morgengiern, P. Martin, L.
Haas, S. Groseclose.
Catonsville 4 0
Howard County l 0
Howard County 5 l
Arundel l 3
Glen Burnie O l
Glen Burnie 0 O
St. Maryls Seminary 2 O
This fall, Mrs. Irene Koshlap built a
commendable hockey team from four re-
turning lettermen and a group of inexperi-
enced enthusiasts. Although the Panther-
ettes won only two games and tied one of a
seven game schedule, they acquired much
technical skill and developed surprising
speed to produce a well co-ordinated team.
The leadership and help of the two co-cap-
tains Barbara Norwood and Linda Beall
contributed to the over all success of the
Barbara Norwood, leading the offen-
sive line, was assisted in the attack by Col-
lette Wolfe, Martha Jones, Pat Callahan,
and Dale Purdy.
Backing up the front line were the three
fast halfbacks, Marcina Bramble, Carolyn
Webb and Frances Bosley.
Katherine Ballman and Linda Beall.
stalwarts of the defensive line, assisted
Mary Boettcher at the goalie position.
Other players who saw action were
Janet Klakring, Margaret Eucare, Linda
Haas, Doris Morgenstern, Sally Carpenter,
Lin Gass, Jackie Haines, Barbara Leitch,
and Sarah Jane Groseclose.
Turning in their uniforms with a sue-
cessful 9 - 2 season behind them, the Pan-
therettes, coached by Mrs. Irene Koshlap,
may be commended on a job well done. Al-
though they were not able to defeat the
county champs, Glen Burnie, they put up
a spirited light in two games that were real
uthrillersw, losing the last one in the second
overtime by one basket.
Topping the scoring column were co-
eaptains "JOB Martin and Betsy Pulsifer
with 171 and 109 points respectively.
St. Mary's 25 62
Arundel 20 33
Southern 34 4:3
Howard County 27 51
Arundel 29 60
Glen Burnie 53 44
Southern 35 55
Seminary 38 61
Catonsville 50 56
St. Mary's 16 57
Clen Burnie 49 117
Slnnrling: P. Callahan, B. Fillman, D, Purdy,
M, Rhodes, Hinton, C, Dennis, Coach I.
Koshlap, M. Niehols, L. Sewell, E. Wood, N.
Stevens, L, Brown, B. Evans, L. Bc-all. Kneel-
ing: Co-captains Martin, B. Pulsifrr.
Coachcd by Mrs. Anne Halliwell, the
gap we Gr 5 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Team
turned in a fairly successful season. Ham-
pered by the loss of last year's first string,
the Junior Pantherettes built a fine squad
from a few returning lettermen and some
ambitious newcomers. Mary Lou More-
land did a Hne job in assisting Mrs. Halli-
well with the coaching.
High scorer was Norma Riddlcberger
with 89 points while Joan Berry tallied 74.
ag ' ee Arundel 24 30
St. Maryas 31 40
George Fox 13 39
Howard County 32 33
Arundel 37 27
Row 1. B. French, Riddipbf-mer, L. spring- Glen BUYHIC 24 41
field, M. Moreland, Berry, P, Kallis, B. Di- Hoxvard Cgunty
maggio, Lajoye, Coach A. Halliwell, Row 2: C F QP- 3-
5. Rofhling, c. Caldwell, J, Campbell, s. Bauer, ICOYSC OX f f
A. Rowe, L, Haas, Langston, L, Brown, L. Glgn Bufnic
On March 15, the first softball prac- Betsy Pulsifer, Barbara Leitch and Paula
tice of the season was called by Coach Straus.
Anne Halliwell. With several new girls
reporting and the return of ten veterans,
the team is looking forward to a successful
After a few weeks of hard practice,
the team expects to plunge into its heavy
schedule, holding great hopes for the Coun-
Returning lettermen are Peggy Streett,
Jean Tryon, Mary Lou Moreland, Leah
Brown, Lyn Brown, Phyllis Jones, Pat Du-
vau, Linda Beall, Beverly Dimaggio, and 13 -------------- Howard County-AWHY
Betty Fiuman. 22 ...,,......... Southern-Home
29 .............. Arundel-Away
,Ianet Hinton, Joan Berry and Colette May-
Wolfe, who saw action last year, expect to .
su lement that ex erience th' s r'n 6 """"""" Glen Bumle-Away
pp p IS pl g' 13 .............. Southern-Away
Newcomers who have shown promise 20 .............. Arundel-Home
of earning a secure position on the team are 27 .............. Glen Burnie-Home
As spring breezes blow through the Asquith. Other newcomers who are the
gym windows, the girls' varsity volleyball reserve strength of the team are Joan
team begins setting up its nets, cleaning its Barnes, Mary Lou Boettcher, Betty Britton,
volleyballs, and practicing volleys, spikes, Peggy Hones, Leah Mae Sears, Anna Seim,
and serves. Volleyball season is on, and the and Eileen Wood.
team, strengthened by eight veterans of last Coach Koshlap has tabbed her girls
Season and 3 hard Working group of new' a hard-working and earnest team. f'The
comers, will launch its 1954 career. girls are Working hard to develop good
team work and we are making the County
With the returning players holding Ch , h, 13,
ampions lp our goa.
down the first string positions, the team
made its debut against Southern on April The team battles each county op-
22. Of the eight veterans, Hve lettered last ponent twice in its Hght for the Anne Arun-
vear. They are Kathy Ballman, Betty Lou del County Volleyball Championship.
Evans, Doris Klimes, Connie Dennis, and
Nancy Zick. Others who "netted', experi- A .1 SCHEDULE
ence last year are Ada Bigler, Mary Lou png S th H
Nichols, and Dale Purdy- 29 jijiij 131131 A?Endi313,WZ?e
According to Coach Irene Koshlap, May-
who is taking the A.H.S. volleyball helm 6 ...... ....... G len Burnie-Away
for the Hrst time, the team is backed up 13 ...... ....... S outhern-Away
by such "promising newcomers" as Lois 20 ...... ........... A rundel--Home
Hilburn, Betty Ann Hopkins, and Beverly 27 ...... ....... G len Burnie-Home
Row I: B, Dinmqgio. Row 2: M. Iviorc-lzxml, IS. Fillnmn Row fi: P
Duvall, P. Llilllilhilfly P. S1111-tt. lfozc' fl: D. Bakvr, Grusvclosr-, L.
Bvzxll, L. Brown, Hinton. Razz' 5: Bvrry, Cl. W'0lfc', L. Brown, L.
Ilxms, Cumpbcll, C, Wcfbln, IIl2lIlZlfll'II Row 6: Cfonrh A. Hzllliwf-ll,
P. -Ionvs, R. Euc'zm', P, LHIIIIJ, IW. Jonvs, B. Uwvns.
Row I: B. Evans, K. Ballman, D, Purdy, A. Biglc-r, N. Zicfk, Row 2:
Manager W. Hubbard, L. Hilburn, M. VVherlfr, M, Rhodes. Row 3:
B. Pulsifcfr, C. Dennis, M. Nivhols. Row 4: Como, D. Klimes. Row
5: Cfoafh I, Koshlzlp, Manager S. Kintbvrgrr.
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For their guidance and inspiration in helping us
to complete our edifice of memories, we would like to
acknowledge our gratitude -
to Mr. Foster Augustine, Mrs. Howard A. Kin-
hart, Miss Reida Longanecker and Mrs. John
W. Rogers for their never failing help and en-
couragement throughout the year,
to Mr. William O'Conner for his patient an-
swers to our never ending questions,
to Mr. Glenn T. James for his friendly service
and helpful suggestions at the times when we
needed them most,
to Robert Wollman, Edward Etzler, and Charles
Brashears for their excellent pictures which con-
tribute so much to our book,
and to the many teachers who so understanding-
ly excused us from class during rush times.
We should also like to remember seniors Moon-
yeen Renfro and Doris King, who came to A.H.S.
too late to be acknowledged in the senior section, but
who nevertheless became a firm part of our school life.
BOOSTER CLUB ......
.. ......... 42
Foreign Languages .... ........ 4 6
Ifome Arts ........
Industrial Arts ......
Music .........................,..,,,.,,,...,,.,,,.,i, 50-51
Physical Education and Drivers Ed .... 54
Science .,..,, Q ,......,,,,.,....,1,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 52
HOMECOMIN G ........
.Q ..... 34-39
JUNIOR PROM ....... ,,,..,,, 7 0-71
SENIOR CLASS ....... ,,,,,, 8 -27
SENIOR PLAY .,,,......,,.,....,.... ,,,,,.,, 7 8-89
STUDENT GOVERNMENT .............. 58-59
Baseball ....... ..,.,........ 9 6
Basketball ......., ,..,..
Track . ..... ..
Basketball ..,...,. ,,,,,,,,
Softball ........ .,,.... 1 04
Volleyball .,,..,, ,A,,,,, 1 04
TRAFFIC SQUAD AND MONITORS 64-65
WAKE ...........................,,...,....,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,, 6 2-63
Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Abel, Mr. Charles
Adams, Edwin L. '51
Adams, Shirley '52
Addington, Sandy '54
Addington, Wm, R.
Adviotes, Mr. and Mrs. George
Agriesti, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Aisquith, Beverly '55
Aldrich, Mrs. Verna
Albritton, Mrs. Zelner
Alexander, Mrs. Fred
Allanback, Mr. and Mrs.
Allen, Mr. John R.
Allen, Mrs. Mary E.
Alter, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Alton, Mrs, R. T.
Alvey, Mrs, Bradley, Jr.
Ammons, George W,
Amos, Miss Margaret A. '55
Anos, Mrs. Steve
Anderson, Mr. Carl E.
Anderson, Mrs. Josephine
Anderson, Scott C.
Ann and Charles
Armiger, Mr. and Mrs. L. Earl
Arrigo, Mrs. Willa
Asher, Miss Marlene
Ashton, Mrs. Richard
Atwell, Clyde N. '52
Atwell, Mrs. Lillian
Atwell, Mrs. S. F-
Augustine, Mr. Foster
Baker, Mr, Clinton B.
Baker, Mrs. Estelle
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Baker, Mr, and Mrs. Joe M., Sr.
Bald, Mrs. Leroy
Ballard, Mrs. Grady
Ballman, Anna Marie '52
Ballman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.
Ballman, Charles G. R. '50
Barnes, Mr. A.
Barnes, Mrs. Victor C.
Barnon, Mrs, Catherine
Barrett, Mr. James
Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
Barr, Mylin E. '53
Barry, Betty '53
Basehoar, Miss Edna A.
Basehoar, George W.
Basehoar, Mr. Jay D.
Basil, Mrs. B.
Basil, Miss Barbara '48
Basil, Dr, and Mrs. G. C.
Basil, Mr. and Mrs. Loree
Basil, Mr, and Mrs. Robert
Basil, Pvt. Robert A. Jr. '51
Bassert, Mr. and Mrs. John R.
Bausum, Miss June
Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W.
Beall, Mr. Harry
Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Beall, Robert '56
Beardmore, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Beaver, Mr. Carl Gleen
Beavin, Miss Carolyn
Bechtord, Mr, and Mrs. W. L.
Beck, Evelyn '55
Belch, James '53
Belcher, Mr. William E.
Bell, Mrs. Ida M.
Bell, Miss Pat
Beltz, Mrs. Mary
Bender, Mr. Leonard W.
Bennett, Mrs. Carlton R.
Bennett, F. W.
Benson, Mrs. Jeanne
Bernstein, Mrs. Charles
Berger, Dr .and Mrs. C. Edward
Besse, The Rev. Alden
Bice, Sue '56
Bice, Stanley W. '52
Bice, William Humphries '53
Bigler, Mr, and Mrs. S. C.
Bigler, Mr. Stanley C., Jr.
Bilyeu, Mrs. Jaunita
Bird, Mrs. J. Irving
Black, Cindy '56
Blackwell, Mr. James J.
Blades, Mr. Norman
Blair, Mr. John L.
Bland, Mr. James R.
Bless, Mrs. P.
Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Boerstler, Shirley M, '50
Bolander, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bonari, Mr. Lawrence P.
Borssuck, Dr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bossert, Mr. and Mrs. John R.
Bourke, Mr. C. E.
Boyd, Mrs. H. D.
Boyle, Lt. R. M.
Bradford, Mrs. Eveline '53
Brady, Mrs. Charles
Brady, Mrs. Henry E.
Bramble, Barbara '53
Bramble, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt
Brant, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Brashears, Mr, David W,
Brashears, Lucille '55
Brashears, Mr. and Mrs. William
Brauns, Mrs. Bertha
Brauns, Mr. and Mrs. William
Brewer, Miss Naomi
Brilliant, Dr. Oscar
Briscuso, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Britton, Alfred "Dutch"
Britton, Barbara '56
Britton, Mrs. Rose Eva
Broaddus, Mrs. Charles C.
Brockmeyer, Mr. Gerard
Mrs. J. Fales, Sr.
Brooks, Mr- and Mrs. N. T.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick
Brown, Mrs. Irvin F.
Brown, Raymond, Jr.
Brown, Robert A.
Brown, Mrs, Theodore
Bruce, Mrs. Bryson
Bryan, Mrs. Addie V.
Bryan, Shirley '53
Bunch, Mr. James W.
Burgess, Fraser '56
Burdo, Mrs. Michael
Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Burwell, Mr. and Mrs. E- H.
Butler, Mrs, Harold L.
Buttner, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
Bye and Al
Byrum, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Cadell, Charles E., Jr.
Cadell Mr. and Mrs. Charles E., r
Cadell, Miss Edith
Cadell, Mrs. George F.
Cadell, Gilbert '18
Cadle, Mrs. Charles W.
Cadle, Eleanor '53
Caldwell, Miss Betsy
Caldwell, Mrs. G. F.
Caldwell, Mrs. R, S.
Callahan, Mrs. George L,
Callahan, Mr. Richard G.
Callen, Mrs. Reva
Calvert, Mr. I' .oyd L.
Campbell, Mrs. Katherine F.
Cantler, Mr. Lenwood
Cantler, Mary Lou
Carnes, Mrs. Samuel
Cook, Rev. and Mrs. G. Albert
Coppersmith, Mrs. C. R.
Corbin, Mr. Will
Cordle, Jimmy '51
Cordone, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Cormier, Mr. and Mrs. Leo J.
Cox, Miss Katharine
Cox, Mrs. Minerva
Carol Ann '55
Carpenter, Mrs. T. E.
Carpenter, Mrs. Henryetta W.
Carr, Barbara B.
Carr, Mrs, Benjamin
Carr, Mrs. Joseph
Carr, Virgil H., Jr. '50
Carr, Virgil H., Sr. '28
Carruthers, Capt. and Mrs. J. N.
Carter, Mr. Bert
Carter, Mrs. Mary R.
Carter, Mrs. M. C.
and Mrs. A. E., Jr.
Mr. Alvin F.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Cavey, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Chambers, Barbara '56
Coyle, Mrs. Edna
and Mrs. Melvin
Cradford, Jim '46
Cradle, Mrs, Paul D,
Creghead, Mr. Wm.
Crismond, Frederick Stone
Crist, Mr. Adam
Cromwell, Mr, and Mrs. Ray D.
Crout, Mrs. P. G.
Crosby, Mr. Bergen
Crosby, Mr, Ralph W.
Crosby, Mrs. J. A.
Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Cullimore, Myrna '54
Cullimore, T, J.
Cullember, Mr. Oden
Cummings, Mrs. Hazel
Currier, Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Chaney, Mrs. Mabel
Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Chepp, Mr. Milton
Choate, Mr. Henry L.
Choate, Margaret L.
Christenson, Mr. and Mrs. John R.
Clark, Bonnie Lee
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Ellery H., J
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Class of '55
Clatanoff, Mrs, William
Cohill, Mrs. William N.
Coil, Comdr. and Mrs. P. L.
Cole, Mr. Alvin
Collison, Thomas E.
Campagne, Mr. Jean Batiste
Compliments of an Old Shipmate
Connell, Ray '51
Connie and Buddy
Cook, Mrs. A, H.
Cook, Bobby '51
Cook, Comdr. and Mrs. fU.S.N. ret.J
Curry, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene O.
Daily, Mr. I. P.
Dammeyer, Mr. Christian
Dammeyer, Miss Clara
Dawson, Mr. Lewis
Dawson, Samuel C.
Dawson, Mr. Thomas
Dave, Mr. Richard E., Jr.
Davis, Elizabeth Vinton
Davis, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. L. T.
Davenport, Joanne '55
Dearborn, Ray '55
Dearborne, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A
Decker, Alice J.
Defore, Mrs, Catherine
Deininger, Mrs. M.
Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred S.
Dickie and Susan
Didion, Brooke Eileen
Dixon, Miss Mabel
Dobbs, Mr, and Mrs. L. J.
Donald, William B.
Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. C. F
Donahue, Mr, and Mrs. John
Donoghue, Douglas '55
Doran, Mrs. Doris
Doran, Miss Eleanor Mae '53
Doran, Mrs. John L.
Doris and Bob
Dove, Mr. Richard, Jr.
Doyle, Mr. Peaches
Drew, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Droll, Mr. and Mrs. Albert J.
Droll, Sally '54
Ducketr, Kitty '53
Duckett, Mrs. Warren B.
Dukes, Delores '71
Dulaney, Mr. Frank
Dunlap, Miss Sue
Dunn, Mrs. John M.
Durner, Mrs. George B.
Duvall, Gordon '28
Duvall, Katherine '27
Dytche, Minnie Owings '32
Earle, Mrs. Ido
Easterday, Mrs. R.
Edelen, John E.
Egan, Betty '52
Egan, Kenneth '54
Elsenmann, Mrs. F. L.
Elben, Mr. and Mrs, William
Eley,Mr. and Mrs. Cliff
Ellington, Arthur G.
Elliott, Mrs. Benny P.
Elliot, Mr. Frank T., Jr.
Elliot, Margaret Awings '29
Elliott, Mr. George, Jr.
Ellis, Mr. Dale
Elsdon, Mr, and Mrs.
Emerson, Sharon '56
Entwisle, Stanley '53
Entwisle, Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
Eshelman, Mr. and Mrs. James C
Eskew, Mrs. Mary
Eskridge, Miss Diane V.
Eslinger, Mrs. Leila
Eta, Mrs. Awgo
Etzeler, Mr. and Mrs. S. Alvin
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Earle D,
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B.
Evans, Mr. Stewart A.
Evans, Wayne '56
Every, Miss Dale '54
Every, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Ewald, Audrey Williams
Eyler, Ray '51
Fande, Prof. William
Fanning, Mr. William
Farinholt, Mrs. Boyd H.
Feldmeyer, Miss Nyce
Fergerson, Major and Mrs.
Ferguson, Mr. Jean
Ferrero, Mrs. Frances L.
Fertitta, Mrs. Samuel
Garland, Mrs, Wm.
Gilhully, Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Gingras, Mrs. R. A.
Gladding, Mrs. H. T.
Goeriz, Mrs. Walter H.
Goetz, Mrs. Philip
n, Mr. and Mrs, Albert
Mr. Harmon W.
Gould, Alan '53
Gould, Mr. and Mrs. George W.
, Mr. Burton W-
Grant, Mr. Raymond E.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Fillmann, Betty '54
Fisher, Mr. Francis
Fleming, Mrs. John Henry
Forbes, Mary '52
Ford, Mrs, Belle
Ford, Mrs. George
Ford, Mrs. Lillie M.
Ford Mrs. Robert
Ford Mrs. Stephen H. '35
, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Foust, Miss Sylvia '53
Fowble, Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Fowler, Mr. O. H.
Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. John P.
Frank, Mrs. John
Frank, Mr. Robert -
Frantz, Frank B., Jr.
and Mrs. Harry C.
Grau, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred
Gray, Mrs. Mary Ellen
Greenfield, Mr. Sam
Greentree, Mrs. Fred H.
Greines, Mr. G. S.
Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Grimes, Irvin '55
Griscom, Mrs. Hilda
Grollman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Grogger, Magor P.
Grumbine, Shirley '54
Grunt, Mrs, Raymond, Sr.
Gunther, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hagood, Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Haines, Miss Bonnie
Haines, Miss Jackie '56
Fraunce, Mrs. Clinton L.
Freeland, Mr, James E.
French, Mrs. Clifton
Gaglion, Mr. and Mrs. M, J.
Gaither, Mrs. Dorothy
Gallaway, Mrs. B. C.
Gamula, Joan '55
Gantt, Mrs. F.
Gardner, Florence Brooks '29
Gass, Mrs. J. T.
Gates, Mr. C. B-
Gates, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.
Gaudreau, Thomas L.
Gaug, Mrs, Anton
Geiser, Mr. and Mrs. H.
George, Mr. Leion W.
Halbig, Mrs, Joseph H.
Halbig, Mrs. Leola
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Hall, Dr. and Mrs. H. Y.
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Halli Maria D.
Hall, Mrs. P. G.
Hall Mr, and Mrs. Richard
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Russell R.
Hall, Ruth '55
Hambruch, Loretta M. '53
Hamill, Mrs. B. W.
Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs, C. W.
Hammer, Mrs. Garland
Haney, Jack "the Bug around"
Hardesty, Agnes '52
Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L-
Harris, Mr. S.
Harrison, Mr. G. K.
Harrison, Mr. Woodrow
Harvey, Pecker '52
Hart, Mr. Frank
Hayes, Mrs. M. E.
Hayes, Mary Abbott
Hazen, Barbara Joyce '53
Hebden, Mr. and Mrs.
Hebden, Mr. and Mrs. Roland, Jr
Hebden, Mr. and Mrs. Roland, Sr
Heinbuch, Mrs. C. F.
Heisler, Miss Marlene
Hemp, Mr. William C.
Hendricks, Edward '52
Henry, Patrick '53
Herklotz, Ernest H-
Herold, Mr. J. I.
Herzog, Mrs. Robt.
Higgins, LCDR. John H.
High Power Station Boys
Hill, Mr, Charles G. H.
Hill, Mr. Charles G., Sr.
Hill, The Reverend C, Gilbert, Jr
Hill, Pat '50
Hiltabidle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E
Hittle, Mr. Paul
Hodges, Mrs. G, Addison C.
Hoff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Holme, Mrs. Justus
Holmes, Mrs. Merrill S,
Holmes, Meta '52
Holt, Mrs. D. M.
Home Room 109
Home Room 204
Home Room 21 1
Hood, Ann '55
Hopkins, Betty Ann '56
Hopkins, Mrs. Erma A.
Hopkins, John H. IV
Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs, John
Hopkins Mary Ellen '54
Hopkins, Newton M. '40
Hopkins, Ruth Ann
Hopkins, Tommy '61
Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. T. Weller
Horn, Miss Mary
Horton, Miss Betty '50
Horton, Charles F., Jr. '56
Hough, Mrs. Ray
How, Mr, and Mrs. E. K.
Howard, Helen '56
Howes, Mrs. Mary Goddard '45
Huffer, Bobby '55
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. James C.
Humphrey, Miss Larry
Hundley, Mrs. H. B.
Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn H.
Hyde, Mrs. B. J., Jr.
Ingham, Alfred W.
Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald
Ireland, Mr. Robert M.
Jarbo, Mrs. Arthur G. '44
Jarrell, Alexander N.
Jay, Mr. Joseph
Jewell, Harriet E-
Joey, Mr. Joseph
Johnny and Barbara
Johnsen, Captain and Mrs. W. H.
Dr. B. L.
Mr, and Mrs. C, Braddock, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. '27
Gloria Gelhaus '48
Mr. and Mrs, Lee
Kahn, Mr. John
Kallis, Mr. and Mrs, John
Karangelen, Mrs. Rose
Kashner, Flora M.
Katski, Mr. Clayton
Katzef, P. Harold '36
Katzef, Mr, and Mrs. Samuel
Katzef, Samuel S. '27
Kauffman, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Kaufmann, Mr. H. J., III
Kaufmann, Mr, and Mrs. Henry J., Jr.
Keith, Howard A.
Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
- PATRONS -
Kennedy, Mr. Ambrose J., Jr.
Kennel, Mrs. John
Kennerly, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Kesler, The Rev. Mr. Dean
Kestler, Mr. J. E.
Kimball, Mrs. H. A., Sr.
King, Mr. A. P.
King, Miss Lorraine '52
Kinhart, Dr. and Mrs. Howard A.
Kintberger, Comd'r and Mrs. Leon
Kirkley, The Rev. and Mrs, Charles
Kirwan, Mr. B, E..
Klein, Mrs. George
Klein, Howard J.
Klimes, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Klimes, Frances '52
Knacksteadt, Mrs. Francis
Kohlhepp, Mr. P. E.
Konrad, Anita Marie Apolonia
Koontz ,Mrs. Robert
Korzep, Mid'n David A.
Kotzin, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kotzin, Mrs. Milton
Kotzin, Mrs, Raymond
Kotzin, Miss Sandra Lee
Kotzin, Miss Shirley
Kramer, Mrs. R. W.
Kress, Mrs. Robert L.
Kuehnle, Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Kupfer, Mr. George V.
Kutsch, Charles H.
Labovitz, Jene Harry '53
Labovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Lacey, Mrs. C. O.
Lacey, Mrs. Elizabeth R.
Lacey, Selden R. '34
La Chapelle, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger N.
Lamb, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur
Lamb, Peggy '54
Lambert, Mr. Edward
Langley, Mrs. W. H.
Langston, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Landford, Mr. and Mrs.
Landford, Mr. Edward A.
Lanneau, Mrs. Virginia
Lape, Donna '52
Larcom, Mrs, Guy C.
Larrimore, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W.
Latham, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Laying, Mrs, G. F.
Leatherbury, Mr. Gilbert
Leatherbury, Mrs. Zella B.
Lebo, Mrs. Leslie
Ledbetter, Mrs. R. L.
Lee, Mr. John
Lee, Morman W. '53
Lee, Mrs, Stephen L.
Lee, Susan Elizabeth
Legum, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Leitch, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Leocha, Dr. and Mrs. Victor B.
Lentz, Mr. and Mrs. C. G., Sr.
Lerch, Elaine '55
Lerch, Mr. and Mrs. Howard D.
Lerch, Mr. and Mrs. John J. B-
Lerch, Mrs. Julia S.
Lerch, Miss Louise K.
Lichtenberg, Verna '53
Lilly, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. F.
Lindsay, John W.
Link, Mr, and Mrs. Hawey C.
Linthicum, Mr. Lounder
Linthicum, Mrs. Thomas J.
Litteral, Mrs, Fred
Lloyd, Mr. Kenneth
Lockett, Mr. and Mrs. R. M., Sr.
Logan, Mrs. Wm. F.
Lomboy, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C.
Long, Mrs. George
Long, Mary Frances
Lowe, Mr. Frank A.
Lowman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lowman, Irving W.
Luttull, R. E., Jr.
Luttull, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Lutz, Kathryn I.
Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
MacCarthy, Mrs. Thomas
Macey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Manhe, Mr, W. C.
Marks, Mrs, W. L.
Marshall, E. J,
Martin, Lt. Comd. and Mrs. Neal, Jr
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. E. P., Jr.
Mason, Mr. and Mrs. William I.
Matlock, Mr. and Mrs, Roy
Maulding, Mr. Harry
Max, Evelyn '54
Max, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Max, Mr, and Mrs. W. F.
Mayor, Mrs. Clara
Mayor, Mrs. Edna
McArtor, Mrs. Bessie
McCacky, Miss Edith
McCarter, Louise F.
McClanahan, 'Miss Gail
McCleary, Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward
McCrone, Miss Linda Carol '71
McEnearney, John E.
McKay, Mr. J. Louis
McKeldin, Gov. and Mrs. Theodore
McKenna, Mrs. William J.
McNamara, Mrs. Marie
McNeil, Mr. G. R.
McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. Walter H.
McNew, Mrs. Alice
McNew, Mr. and Mrs. Harry B.
McNew, Mrs. Lee A.
Mr, and Mrs. Richard B.
McNew, Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Meleski, Mrs, A. W-
Mellen, John E.
Mellechampe, Miss Susanne S.
Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Metcalf, Mary Jane '54
Michaelson, Mrs. Emanuel
Mr. and Mrs.
Mileto, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F.
Mileto, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Millar, Donald B.
Miller, Mrs. A. Guy
Miller, Miss Bessie
Miller, Miss Betty '55
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Earl C.
Miller, Mr, and Mrs. Edgar E.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Miller, Judy and Don '52
Miller, Miss Mary
Miller, Rose Marie
Millhausen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Moste, Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Moerschel, Mrs. Charles
Molinaro, Miss Louise
Monsen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry O.
Moran, Mr. John
Muhl, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L.
Mullican, Miss Jackie
Mullican, Miss Pat
Mumford, Ens. Charles E.
Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar R
Mumford, Willard Royal '51
Murchake, Elizabeth '54
Murchake, Mr. James '51
Murchake, Mr. and Mrs. John
Murphy, Mrs, Albert D.
Murphy, Louise '52
Musch, Mr. and Mrs. Lester E.
Myers, Mr. B.
Myers, Mrs. Helen B.
Myers, Mrs. Helen
Myett, Mr. F, L.
Myett, Mr. and Mrs. Lercy E.
Myett, Roland L.
Napier, Mrs, Ruth
Nau, Mrs. Rudolph
Navak, Mr, Charles
Neall, William W.
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon F.
Nelson, Sadie E.
Nevin, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A.
Noble, Dorothy L.
Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Norwood, Mrs. William M.
Nowatny, Mrs, Jules
Nutwell, Mr. George
O'Cain, Hazel '52
Ogle, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Ogle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.
Ohlson, Sandra '53
Okland, Capt. and Mrs. H. M.
Oliver, Mr, Robert
Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C.
Olson, Cadet Daniel C., Jr. '51
Olson, R. A-
Olson, Mr. W. H.
and Mrs. Francis
and Mrs. Frank
and Mrs. J. W.
and Mrs. LeRoy
Morgenstern, Dr. Jacob
Morris, Betty Grace
Morris, Mrs. Sinsel S.
Mosely, Mrs. Charles E.
Moyer, Mrs. Clara
Owens, Mrs. Audrey
Owens, Mrs. Betty Myett '44
Owens, Mr. Edward B.
Owens, Mr. J. Edward, Jr.
Owens, Ellen T. '37
Owens, Jack '52
Owens, Lemon Beall, Jr. '52
Paca, Col. and Mrs. W W
Page, Evelyn R.
Page, Mr, and Mrs. Irving M.
Page, Lt. Ralph L.
Page, Ruth '54
Palmer, Mrs. H. C.
Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Verdine W.
Palmer, Mrs. Zella L.
Panek, Mr, Henry
Parker, Andrew B.
Parker, Mrs. Howard
Parkinson, Mr. Harold
Parks, Mrs. G. L.
Parlett, Donald '55
Patten, Mr. and Mrs, William F.
Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Steward
Paulus, Mr, William J.
Peacock, Mr. Philip
Peacock, Mrs. Robert V.
Peddicord, Mrs. J. H.
Peddicord, Ruth A.
Peel, Mr. Robert
Peknik, Mrs. John
Pennington, Betty '53
Peret, Mrs. Leta
Peters, Mrs. Frank
Pettit, Bing '56
Pettingall, Mr. Raymond
Petty, Margaret Ellen
Petty, Mary Ann '54
Petty, Mr, Robert W.
Pfautz, Mr. and Mrs. John, Jr.
Phaneuf, Mrs. S. F.
Phieffer, Mr. James
Phillips, Bernis '55
Phillips, Mr. C. W.
Phipps, Mrs. Jane '41
Phipps, Mrs. Lester E.
Phipps, Mrs. Marie
Pierce, Mrs. R.
Podliek, Mrs. W. F.
Pohlner, Mrs. Doris
Poole, Master Pete
Porter, Mrs. Betty
Powers, Mrs. Roger Frost
Prescott, Judge and Mrs. Stedman
Pressler, Mr. W. G.
Price, Mrs. R. F.
Pulsifer, Mr. and Mrs, Charles C.
Pumphrey, Mr .and Mrs, David S.
Purdy, Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Purdy, Mrs. Elizabeth
Purdy, Joyce '52
Purdy, Mrs. Kathleen
Purinton, Mrs, Kenneth C.
Quinones, Mrs. Virginia
Radzelovege, Mrs. Joseph
Ramer, Mrs. Helen
Rawlings, Elizabeth D.
Rawlings, Pat '53
Rawlings, Miss Sue '53
Rayhart, Mrs. J. R.
Reed, Mr. James
Reed, Jay '52-U of M '57
Rehll, Mrs. Jack
Reid, Mrs, Dorothy
Reid, Mrs. Margaret
Reid, Mrs. William J.
Reid, Mr. William J.
Reiter, Allen J.
Rembold, Mrs. L. H.
Reuwer, Mrs. Theodore L.
Reynolds, Clowes F.
Rhodes, Ralph "Dusty"
Richard, Francis '55
Richard, Mrs. John E.
Riddleburger, Miss Joan '53
Ridout, Mr. and Mrs. C. Corner
Riley, Thomas A. '50
Rinehart, Mrs. Charles F.
Rinehart, Mrs, Gertrude
Ringle, Bobby '55
Robbins, Mr. Calvin L.
Robbins, Leona '53
Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S.
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L.
Rodenbarger, Dr. L. H.
Russell, Mr. E. L.
Russell, Mrs. Janet
Russell, Dr. and Mrs. Oneal F.
Rutkauskis, Mr. Joe
Sable, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Sadler, Dr. Henry
Sams, Mr. Leonard
Sandlers, Mrs. Edward
Santos, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Saulit, Mrs. Ann, Sr.
Saulit, Mr. and Mrs. John Ewalt, Jr.
Schaeffer, Barbara '52
Schaeffer, Wayne '55
Schaller, Mr. and Mrs. Carl W.
Schenck, Mrs. William
Schiller, Mr. V.
Schley, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Schlusemyer, Mr. and Mrs. Irving F.
Schmidt, Mr. Arthur
Schoocraft, Jimmy '52
Schreitz, Mr. Gordon
Schultz, Ernest H. '53
Schurr, Miss Barbara '53
Schurr, Mrs. Walter
Schurr, Mr. and Mrs. William L.
Schwartz, Lt. W. W.
Scible, Helene L.
Scible, Mr. William
Scible, William F.
Sherbert, Walter H.
Sherbert, Mrs. Wm. S.
Simmons, Harry P.
Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
Simpson, Mr. W. W.
Sipe, Harold F. J.
Sleichter, Mrs, Louise
Smith, Mrs. H. P.
Smith, Miss B.
Smith, Lois '55
Smith, Mr. Melvin
Smith, Mr, Robert L.
Smith, Mrs. Sally
Smith, Miss Shirley
, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman W.
Somers, Kathleen '52
Somers, Roland L.
Spangler, John E. '56
Spriggs, Mr. Archie C.
Spriggs, Valerie Jean
Stahl, Mrs, E.
Mr. and Mrs, Richard
Stallings, Margaret Anne '47
Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M.
Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Neil L.
Steinberg, Mr, and Mrs. Oliver
Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J., Sr
Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T.
, Mr. Charles
Stevens, Mr, and Mrs, J, W.
Stevens, Capt. and Mrs. James G.
Stevens, Nancy '54
Ida Ann '50
Leah May '55
Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Ear
Roe, Mrs. Paul H.
Roesler, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Rogers, Mr. Frank L.
Rogers, Mrs. John B.
Rogers, Mr. J. C.
Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Rollins, Mr. James E.
Ross, Mr. James
Rosenbloom, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J
Rossee, Mr. and Mrs, Christian
Rowe, Mrs. Kenneth
Rowe, Mrs. Roscoe C.
Runyan, Mr. C. Fred
Seedenman, Mr. Lou
Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. William
Shackelton, Miss Anna
Shapiro, Mrs. David A.
Shaw, Pat '56
Shea, Mrs. Dorothy
Shelton, Mrs. G. Y.
Shelton, Kathryn '53
Shepherd, Mr. and Mrs, Frank O.
Sherald, Mr. and Mrs, John R.
Sherbert, Linwood '53
Steward, Mrs. Mary
Stine, Nancy E. '51
Stockett, James B.
Stoinoff, Mr, and Mrs. Paul
Stokes, Derrmont R. '52
Stokes, Mr. Austin W.
Stokken, Mrs. Fred
Storton, Theresa '56
Straus, Vernon Scott '50
Street, Mrs. Margaret
Strittmatter, Mrs. G.
Stumpf, Mr. and Mrs. George C.
Suit, Mrs. Elizabeth
Suit, Jesse '53
Sunderland, Mr. Edward
Suoles, Robert '51
Sweeney, Evelyn '53
Sweeney, Kathryn R.
Sweeney, Royal Lee, Sr.
Tabor, Mrs. Drucialla'Terry '51
Tall, Sally Marshall
Talley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T.
Talman, Mr, and Mrs. J., Jr.
Talman, J. LLL A 2fC
Talson, Mrs. Blanche
Tauser, Theodore A.
Tayler, Mr, and Mrs. Alvin
Tayler, Preston W,
Taylor, Mrs. Allen
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Clenton
Taylor, Mrs. Emma
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. James Owen
Taylor, Mr. Lawrence
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Terry, Mrs. R, Allison '29
Terry, Richard Allison '29
Teunis, Nancy Padgett '68
Thomas, Mrs. Arville M.
Thomas, Douglas "Spider" '53
Thomas, James E. '55
Thomas, Mr, and Mrs. James M.
Thomas, Joanne '55
Thomas, Mr, and Mrs. John R.
Thomas, Lois '54
Thomas, Sgt. Welden
Thomas, Dr. and Mrs. William N.,
Thomson, Coach Earl
Tilghman, J. A., Jr.
Tilghman, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. C., Sr.
Timmerman, Mr. Floyd B.
Tirchman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Titus, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Titus, Dick '54
Tongue, Miss Ronda Lee '69
Tongue, Mr. and Mrs. William A.
Topping, Mrs. Ella
Trautwein, James W.
Trautwein, Ruby S.
Trettin, Dr. and Mrs. Gene D.
Tropp, Mrs. Evelyn E.
Troutman, Mr. Ben
Trueblood, Mr. and Mrs. J,
Tryon, Mr. and Mrs. Roy W.
Tucker, Mrs. Helen
Turner, Carol Ann '52
Turner, Mid'n Lee Roy '50
Turner, Warren R.
Tyler, Mrs. Clarence E.
W 3 V B M
Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Wahab, Mr. and Mrs, H.
Walker, Dr. Stewart
Walking, Mrs, Evelyn B.
Walking, Ronald '54
Walsh, Mr. Frank, Sr.
Walsh, Frankie B., Jr. '53
Warrington, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Waters, Mrs. Helen
Watkins, Mrs. Benjamin, III
Watkins, Miss Marion B.
Watson, Bob '54
Watson, Mrs. Evelyn
Watson, Mr. R.
Watson, Richard '56
Wayson, Grace M.
Wayson, Mr. and Mrs, James H.
Weaver, Eleanor M.
Weaver, W. H., Jr.
Webb, Mrs. Velma
Weinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Weis, Mrs. Elmer
Werntz, William Garner
West, Mrs. Richard S., Jr.
Weston, Mr. C. O., Jr.
Weston, Mrs. Carroll
Weston, Mr. and Mrs. Irving L.
Wetherhold, Mr. Norwood
Whalin, William B.
Wheeler, Mettie Ann '48
Wheeler, Mr. Earl A.
Wheeler, Mr, E. W.
Whitaker, Mrs. Hamilton
White, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
White, Julian N.
White, Mrs. Stanley
Whitehead, Mrs. Fanny
Whitelock, Mrs. Robert M.
Wickstrom, Mr. Charles
Wickstrom, Charles R.
Wickstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Chester A.
Wiker, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Wiker, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Wilder, Mrs. Mary
Wiley, Thomas L. '53
Wilmer, Mrs. Frank M.
Williams, Audrey '53
Williams, Carroll Lynn
Williams, Mr. Gertrude
Williams, Gordon, Sr. '31
Williams, L. E.
Williams, Rev, Lee
Wilsman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H-
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Wilson, Mr. James R.
Wilson, Louis M.
Windsor, Ernest, Jr. '51
Winn, Mrs. T. E.
Winter, Carroll B., Jr.
Wiseman, Mrs. Dorothea
Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. J- H.
Witt, Mr. Robert W.
Wolfe, Irving I.
Wollman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wood, Mr. B. E.
Wood, Eileen '55
Wood, Paul J.
Woodburn, Mr, and Mrs. H, A.,
Worthington, Thomas C., Jr.
Wright, Mr. Francis
Wright, Mrs. Lucille
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Roland C.
Upton, Mr. Calvert A.
Urban, Mr. Joseph
Van Ashburg, Mrs. Genevieve
Van Hoy, Mrs. Inez
Vanous, Mrs. W. W-
Vansant, Mrs. James S., Jr.
Varley, Mrs, Richard
Volke, Rev. C. E.
Young, Madeline '56
Young, Vickie Lynn
Youngren, Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Zaine, Mrs. Beverly
Zick, Mr. Elmer L.
Zick, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Ziegler, Karl H., Jr.
Zoin, Mr. and Mrs. Marion L.
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1800 BLOCK McGUCKIAN STREET 3
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SOUTHERN DAIRIES, Inc. West Street at Spa Read
120 West St. Phone 3-2688 Colonial 3-4662
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MEREDITH-ROANE COMPANY, Inc.
P.O. BOX 428
The J. F. Johnson Lumber Company
Lumber - Millwork - Paint - Hardware
ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND
Telephone 3-2337 Telephone 100
"Richer Milk in Space Saver Bottles"
The Annapolis Dairy Products Company
PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM
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126 West Street Colonial 3-2345
Esso Burners and Fuel Oil
ANNAPOLIS UTILITIES, Inc.
Frigidaire and Maytag Appliances
89 West Street Phone 3-9244
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STRANGE and WHITE, Inc.
155-157 MAIN STREET - ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
Your Favorite Men's and Boys' Store is Now Showing the
Finest Selection of Clothing and Shoes in Their History
Arrow, Botany, Bostonian, Stetson
Palm Beach, Haspel, Interwoven
Mountain Road and Ritchie Highway
Congratulations to the Class of 1954
Annapolis Furniture Co. Laundry - Dry Cleaning
112 west street, Annapolis, Md. Swfage
Phone Colonial 3-2140 SPA ROAD and WEST ST-
TELEVISION - APPLIANCES DIAL 32343
Reach - Wilson - Spalding - O'Shea Dgllar fgr Dollar
lfVhen Thinking of Sporting Goods . .
the Eddie Leonard
Sporting Goods Co.
Outfitters to the Annapolis High School
90 COMPROMISE STREET Marbert Motors, Inc.
You Can't Beat a Pontiac
Phone: Colonial 3-6300 261 West St. Annapolis, Md
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154 Main Street, Annapolis, Md. Telephone: Colonial 8-1622
The Home of Nationally Advertised Clothing for Men and Boys
This shop features well known brands for men and young men including
such names as: Schloss Clothes, Wembley Ties, Hickock Belts and Jewelry, Hole-
proof Hosiery, Marlboro Shirts and Sportswear, Mallory Hats and Catalina and
French Oldsmobile, Inc.
2051-7 West Street Open Gate Restaurant
Annapolis, Maryland and Hotel e
2063 West Street Ext. Annapolis, Md.
Phone 3-7125 or 3-9798
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The Graduates of 1954 Skating: 7:30 to 11:00 Every Night
Matinee: Saturday and Sunday
and 2:00 to 5:00
EQUIPMENT Co. Inc. Teeeeeeee eeeeee
Phone 3-6624 or 3-2920 2024 west sf. ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
Best Wishes, Graduates, and always remember
"People have within their own hands
the tools to fashion their own destiny."
M. D. LINCOLN, President
BARBECUES MILK SHAKES
TELEVISION INSURANCE COMPANY
3 Mile Oak Annapolis, Md.
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R. M. Eggleston Company Compliments
Watches and jewelry Repairing of
ANNAPOLIS HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS RINGS - 1954
PLUMBING - HEATING
South Shore 1803 4031 - 4032 Annapolis, Md
205 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
Congratulations to Congratulations to
The Class 01.1954 The Clam of 1954
PALMER9S TAYLOR LUMBER CO.
G EDGEWATER, MARYLAND
Telephone 3-3587 Co' 3-6037
CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH Cars
THE PARSON co. 6,8-Impemlg
DEPARTMENT STURE Te,e,,h,,m, 3,4011
222222 Main MARYLAND GARAGE, Inc
170-172 Conduit Street
of Buy Your Graduation Gifts
MAURICE E. MEADE - at -
and Sons Inc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER J 6Il.kil1.S, IHC.
P. o. Box 206
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CAPITOL CITY FLORISTS
CORSAGES - CUT FLOWERS Compliments of
POTTED PLANTS , ,
Funeral Designs The AHHHPAOIIS Banklng
Flowers of all Kinds and TI'l1St Cf0IIlp3l1y
for every occasion .
TELEGRAPH DELIVERY SERVICE A'maP011Sf Md-
Greenhouses: Tyler Avenue, Eastport .
Phone 3-5121 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Agents for Sterling by
Stieff - Gorham - Wallace
Towle - International - Lunt
Kirk - Read and Barton - Heirloom
Registered Jewelers - American Gem Society
Commercial - Marine
A NAPOLIS, MARYLAND
44 State Circle N
Congratulations to Compliments
The Class of 1954 of
THE FARMERS J. R. MeCrone, J r. Inc.
NATIONAL BANK . , ,
OF ANNAPGLIS Civil Engineers
Member Federal Reserve and
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Land Surveyors
E CHURCHILL MURRAY Building Insulation Building
i Approved Applicator
Insurance n '
Flberglas Insulating Wool
1010 Morton Street
Phone 3-2678 Baltimore 1, Maryland
ANNAPOI-IS, MD- C. L. Faunce J. M. Dunn
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Leading Store of Annapolis
100-106 Main Street
THOMAS G. BASIL
- and -
AN NAPOLIS, MARYLAND
Compliments Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1954
of the Compliments of
County Trust Company
St. Margarets - Revell Highway
MOST DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS
Bob Busch, Proprietor
LEROY E. MEYETT
Registered Master Plumber
- Contractor -
R.F.D. 1 - ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Good Luck Class of 1954
158 Main Street - Annapolis, Maryland
Known for Nationally Known Shoesj'
122 Main Street - Annapolis, Maryland
The Store for the Well-Dressed Woman
- Visit -
Strictly a Family Beach
On the Chesapeake Bay
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Mayo Maryland CO. 3-9782 or 3-9832
J. and M. CONTRACTORS MANDRIS RESTAURANT
General Contracting Soda Fountain -- Home Cooking
subdivision - Road Building - Excavating Prompt Sefvwe
Bulldozers , Loaders, Graders, Dump Trucks Unusual Souvenirs in Great Vafietl'
Sam Jones Dick McCrone 2 - 4 Market Space
Prince Frederick 125-J-4 West River 4744 ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
L. REMBOLD by
Contractor and Builder and V
ARNOLD, MARYLAND ' Builders '
Phone: Colonial M823 Tel. Colonial 3-7374 or Colonial 3-7160
Congratulations to the Class of 1954
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Rachel Holt Patsy Duvall
U Sue Byrne Shirley Gantt
Adgie Molter Lois Berry
6 N' Taylor Avenue Betty F illman Joan Berry
- q- - 1 - Ginger Reed Barbara Norwood
Plumbing Heating Od Burners Martha France Sandra Addington
Hot Watef Heaters 1 PU777-P5 Peggy Anderson Nancy Wetherhold
Fuel Qi! Carol Thomson Betsy Pulsifer
Ibra Talman Nancy Stevens
PROMPT, DEPENDABLE SERVICE Catherine Simmons Dale Every
. Dale Purdy Nancy Hamilton
D181 36421 Suzanna Kerr Mar '
TE LE ' A
PE MIL R5 G RAGE ARNOLD'S SHOES
General Repair Work
Soldering, Electrical and Acetylene Welding "Teen-Age Shoes our Specialty"
"24 Hour Towing Service" ,
Phone: West River 3602 Davidsonville, Md. 51 West Street - Annapolis' Md'
AZAR FLOOR COVERINGS AMOCO SERVICE STATION
"G a d 0'1"
Phone: 81462 Paiaii, lclarylhnd
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Congratulations to the Class of 1954
LINCOLN - MERCURY
BERT SPRIGGS MOTOR
SALES, Inc. G Phone 3-6660
1013 West Street Phone 3-9234
Best of Luck
Betholine - Sinclair Service
THE IVY SI-ICP 927 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
Phone: 3-3871 - 3-9622
ANDREW KRAUSE UNIVERSAL MoToRs,1nc.
Sales - CHEVROLET - Service
24 Hour Towing Service
ADMIRAL LAUNDRY AND
DRY CLEANERS DRIVE-IN
4 North Taylor Avenue
Phone MXQNAPOLIS JU'Q'QfI2ugLAnYthing PALMER-ROBINSON, Inc.
SALVAGE CO, Sales - STUDEBAKER - Service
929 West Street Annapolis, Md, Annapolis, Maryland Tel. Co. 3-9231
WEEMS SYSTEM OF THE ANCHORAGE
NAVIGATION 100 College Avenue, Annapolis, Md.
227 Prince George St., Annapolis, Md.
Navigation Charts and Instruments
Courses in Marine and Air Navigation
A Friendly Environment with Excellent
Home Cooked Food
Seafood and Steaks a Specialty
Lina Harper Phone 3-3026
"Flowers for all Oceasionsv
THE ACADEMY FLOWER SHOP
Lester B. Wayson, Prop.
139 Prince George St., Annapolis, Maryland
Res. Phone: 3-4409 - Bus. Phone: 3-3200
Moving - Hauling - Storage
1022-24 West St. - Annapolis, Md.
Pastries - Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Phone Colonial 3-2454
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THELMA H. TON GUE
170472 West Street Dial Annapolis 3-4128
Annapolis, Maryland - Telephone: 3-3872 21 Glen Avenue, Annapolis, Maryland
MAYNARD CARR, JR. R. E. COONEY
Electrical Contractor Jeweler
Crownsville, Maryland 232 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
in business since 1921 LONCINES4-sirifsi2IsTili1A'llil'iiEi1'i6ivATCHES
Phone S- S- 2441 "The Worldss Most Honored Watchs'
For Electrical Service of All Kinds Call
THE ROUNDUP JOHN A. STOCKETT and SONS
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' Restaurant ' Motel o 1NooSTR'lX'Es o RESIDENTIAL
On Ritchie Hwy - 5 miles from Annapolis ' COMMERCIAL
WIRING AND REPAIRING
Qpen till 2:00 PM. COMPLETE LINE OF LIGHTING FIXTURES
Riva Road Annapolis, Md.
Slip Covers - Draperies - Upholstering
AN N APOLIS DECORATORS
164 West Street
Phone 3-31 13
THE HECHT COMPANY
West Street at Russell
Ph0HCfC010Hia13-6220 FISHPAW SERVICE STATION
L. EARLE ARMIGER C.A.A.A, STATION - AMOCO PRODUCTS
Builder and Contractor Tires - Tubes - Batteries Sz Accessories - Ice
196 S. Cherry Grove AVC. Annapolis, Md. Governor Ritchie Hwy. Near Jones Station, Md.
Phone Severna Park 338 Road Service Night Phone: Severna Park 227-J - Night Service
CHICKERING LESTER WURLITZER
"Your piano should be the bestss Compliments of
KEENEY'S PIANO 81 MUSIC
STORE ARUNDEL APPLIANCE SALES CO.
Pianos lgnshiielii lslolisilml Records Westinghouse Quality and Service
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0 NN O S CHESTER A. WICKSTROM
Photocopy 8: Blue Line Print Farm Bureau Insurance
19 Hill Street -
2021 W S A l Md
Annapolis, Md. Co. 3-6707 est treet, nnapo ls,
THE YORK PAST RY SHOP ROOKIE'S MEAT MARKET
208 West Street
Annapolis, Maryland 231 West Street
ffcongyatulationsff Quality Meats - Seafood - Poultry
Tel. CO. 3-6978 Annapolis, Md. Dial Co. 8-1240
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.W . 214 Main Sr. 4- TCI- 3-2684 - Annapolis, Md.
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CAPASTRANA a or
Eastport Md' 197 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
C0mPlimCHfS Of ANCHOR FLOOR COVERINGS
KARLTON,S FLOWERS Max Ambrch
216 Main St Installation of all types of floor and
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SAMUEL S' STOKES GLADDINC CROWN SERVICE
Fancy Groceries Eastport
PUBLIC LOAN OFFICE FRED E, VQGES
Fawn Broker Real Estate and Insurance
Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Clothing .
Leather Goods, Etc. - Bought and Sold 221 Maln Street Hotel MarYland Bldg'
Sam Lerner 194 Main St, Phone: Annapolis 3-4477 Annapolis, Md.
You Will Enjoy Shopping at
"Shop of Quality" - "Always Something Newv
186 Main Street
CHARLES ULMER, Inc.
4th and Chesapeake Eastport
SELF SERVICE CUT RATE
Tony Magg10 Owner
196 Mam St Co 3 3414
Baby Goods Candy
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THE ANITA SHOPPE
0 Yarns ' Millinery 0 Separates
181 Main St. Phone 3-2402
228 Main Street
Good Luck Class of 1954
172 - 174 Main Street
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Telephone: Severna Park 42 FAMILY SHQE STORE 1'
Old Annapolis Boulevard , 0
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Hours: 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. - 7 Days a Week 118 Main Street, Annapolis, Md.
"Good Luck Class of 1954" Compliments of
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ZIFF'S Henry M. Bachman
junior and Women's Apparel Home Insurance Company 4?
Where Frances St. Meets Main Severna Park, Maryland
Compliments of Compliments of Q
W. R. CHANCE SL SON ll
CLIFF DAWSON STORE Certified Watchmakers and jewelers
Severna Park Mar land 110 Mam Street
' y Phone: 3-2404 Annapolis, Md. 41,
JESS RADIO SL ELECTRIC Congratulations to the Graduating Class 11
Francis Street at Main HACK'S
Annapolis, Maryland 134 Main Street li
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H Phone 3-3351
West River 7571 Mayo, Md.
Tel. W. River 3891 Mrs. C. A, Power, Inc.
152 Main Street THE COLUMBIA JEWELRY CO.
Ladies and Missejs Speoialty Shop jewelers - Watches - Diamonds - Opticians If
138 Main Street 42:
SEVERNA SERVICE STATION PARKS and LAMM
at Macey's Corner
S. . Macey and D. H. Macey Fancy Groceries
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OWENS ESSO STATION Congratulations to the Class of 1954
Prompt and Courteous Service HARRY MEDFORD
Arthur R Owens Route 2 and Mayo Road Ald 6 h W d 4?
Phone Annapolis 9612 Edgewater, Md. erman, t ar
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Menis and Boys' Clothing and Furnixhings
"The Store for the Lad and his Dad since 1908"
46-48-50 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
"Baked Goods of the Better Kindn
56 West Street
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Lafayette Avenue and West Street
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CULLIMORE'S The Store for Children
Where Bay Ridge Meets Chesapeake Avenue Church Circle
Eastport Dial 3-6982 Annapolis Md
MILLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
44 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
SEARS, ROEBUCK 8L CO.
8 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland
Paints - Television - Hardware - Hot Point
Applianees - Plumbing Su-ppliesm B. F. THE HENRY B. MYERS
49 west st. Phone co. 3 2655
CQ., Inc, 1714 West St. Phone Co. 8 1882
Phone 3-9222 - -
25-27 Wegt Street Annapolis Md Farm and Home Supplies since 1880
H. G. TRUEMAN
Distributor Cal-Co Bottled Gas
Gas and Electrical Appliances
Phone: Co. 3-31610
Let Us Teach You To Drive Safely
NATIONAL DRIVING TRAINING
03-07 West Street - Annapolis, Md
185 VVcst Street, Annapglis, Maryland S. T. MaeCubbin, Manager Colonial 3 2653
FRANK SLAMA at soN RUTH SHAKELTON
3 Church Circle - Annapolis, Md.
NHOIHC of Good Shoes Since 1869, Public Stenographer - Mimeographing
1 Mailing Lists for all Purposes
55 West Street Dial 3-3132 Notary Public
Tel: Co. 3-9213
Phone: Colonial 8-2211
60 West Street Annapolis, Md.
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- 435 Fourth Street
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Class of 1954
- Eastport, Maryland
' Annapolis, Theatres
CIRCLE - CAPITOL - REPUBLIC
- F. H. Durkee Enterprises
1 Presenting the BEST in Motion Pictures
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310 Third Street
Eastport Phone Co. 3-9033 Phone: 3-4087
- BRIDGEWAY PHARMACY Compliments
RADIO STATION WANN
Marylandis Capital Station
1190 on Your Dial
J. IRVING BIRD
Lubrication - Washing and Polishing
Tires - Tubes - Batteries - Accessories
Tel: Annapolis 3-9621 Sixth Street
CHARLES F. LEE COMPANY, Inc.
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' BERSTEIN'S CONFECTIONERY 129 Cheeeeeeke Avenue
ii w. H. M. SMITH AGENCY Compliments of
fi Realtors - Insufofs RITA'S CONFECTIONERY
1 11 School Street Phone: 3-4221 L1-4-1FOurth Street
1 Annapolis: MarYland Eastport Phone 8-1423
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of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
fb CARLSON and CARLSON "Everything for the Automobilen
Builders Radios - Sports Goods - Paints
140 Main Street
PETRIN I SHIPYARD
Annapolis Co. 3-4278
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Groceries and Meats
Quality - Service - Economy
Phone 3-9864 620 Chesapeake Avenue
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PAUL D. BEST RIVA SERVICE STATION
General Merchandise Pete Britton
Riva, Md. Riva, Md. Tel. Co. 8-1900
Compliments of BAER,S
JQHN M, TAYLQR 85 SCN Clothing for the Entire Family
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1' Annapolis, Maryland Phone: CO. 3-2861
Mercury motors Compliments of Bill Clatanoff
I Trojan Boats WILKENS, Inc.
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Sales and Service
Columbian Propeller and Bronze Distributors
HOWARD A. LEGG
Jefferson Standard Life Ins. Co.
66 Maryland Ave. Tel. Co. 3-2190
ANNAPOLIS TRAVEL SERVICE
Airlines -- Steamships - Hotels
44 Maryland Avenue
Phone: 3-3036 Also Insurance
SADLER,S HARDWARE STORE
122-128 Dock Street, Annapolis, Md.
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TDSUPEIBJES. Dresses - Coats - Millinery
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272-274 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland 37 West Street' Annapolis' Maryland
Phone: 3-4743 Sole Agent for Mojud Hosiery and Lingerie
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275 West Street A 1. M 1 d
Chris S. Psamadakis nnapo ls' ary an
ANNAPOLIS BUICK COMPANY compliments of
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Phone 3-2341 Annapolis, Maryland
Compliments of Compliments Of
JIMIS CORNER RESTAURANT ARUNDEL RUG CLEANERS
294 W St A 1, Md Spa Road - West Street
est mt mapo 'S' ' Phone: Co. 3-9135
Complimmf Of HOPKINS' FURNITURE CO.
RUTH Home of Better Furniture
Ruth K' Rofenblovm 123-127 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
161 Main Street Annapolis, Md. Phoneg 3-4551
TUBBY,S DRIVE IN Compliments of
Hamburgers QKosher Stylel Hot Dogs SANITARY LUNCH
2012 West Street 111 Main St. Phone 3-9615
Compliments Compliments of
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151 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
C0mPllment5 of Home Cooked Meals
CARR, MEARS 85 DAWSON From 6 A.M. - 12 Midnight
The Home of Men's 8: Young Men's Clothing Quick Sewice - Reasonable P15095
Maryland Ave. and Prince George St. NEW GRILL RESTAURANT
Phone: Co. 3-4300 105 Main Street Annapolis 3-9642
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Dry Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing - Storage
1801 West St. - 201 Main St.
404 Fourth St., Eastport
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Arnold, Maryland - Phone: Co. 3-5334
Congratulations to the Class of 1954 .
TALMAN'S OFFICE SUPPLIES 1
Phone: Co. 3-7666 3 Church Circle
Phone: Severna Park 360 .
FEESER'S RESTAURANT 3
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Dial Annapolis 3-2100
Congratulations and Best Wishes
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90 Maryland Avenue
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1954
Official A.H.S. Jewelry
3,2 QCorner State Circle and Maryland Ave., STEARNS COLONIAL JEWELERS
ig Your Leading Florist 47 Maryland Avenue
' phone 3-7510 Phone: 3-6933
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