Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1959
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Annapolis Senior High School
The path of life is lived with endless doors that open
to the will of man whenever he explores. It is up to us to
choose the door we Wish to enter. Our choice will often
seal our fate and make us lose or win, so We should seek the
righteous ones however hard to open. As We work through
the hall of life let us approach with care each door, for one
mistake can make a fool out of us learned mortals.
Sophomores! juniors! Seniors! The years have
swiftly passed. With graduation approaching we
come to the end of the three years we have spent
together. For each of us these days are filled with
This yearbook, as a history of school life, reflects
the doors of opportunity which were offered. It
tells' the story of teachers who tried with various
keys to open these doors. The '59 WAKE is pre-
sented as a key to your memories of the days at
Annapolis High School.
Mrs. Alexander was one of the first familiar
faces our class came to know upon entrance to
Annapolis High. As had other classes before us,
we soon recognized in her a staunch friend and
While acting as the head of the history depart-
ment and giving her students a clear view of
early American history, she attended our athletic
games regularly and cheered them on to victories.
She supported our dances by consenting to chaper-
one, and when Talent Night rehearsals began she
was one of the directors. For a number of years
she has guided our student government and coun-
seled its executives.
To Mrs. Christiana Alexander, we, the class of
1959, dedicate our WAKE for her many hours of
Mrs. Alexander works with the executive council.
Starting the day off in her homeroom.
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Albert W. Fowble
Education has been defined as "the process by
means of which the individual acquires experi-
ences that will function in rendering more effi-
cient future action." If you follow this definition,
your conduct in the future will show how much
education you have acquired. This school has tried
to give you good habits of study, of application,
and of clean thought and speech. If you have ac-
quired these, you have something that will func-
tion in your later life.
It is natural for us to grow mentally, morally,
and physically all at the same time. We must
always be active physically, alert mentally, and
aware morally. If we possess these attributes, we
will give our best to life and reap its richest
It has been a pleasure working with you and
you have my best wishes for future success and
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Roland A. Olson
Mr. Roland A. Clson is known to us all as
Supervisor. Mr. Olson serves as a counselor for
the teachers, helping them with any problems they
might have, and contributing to a well-run school.
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The Guidance Department is composed of two
full-time counselors. Services offered by this de-
partment include aptitude testing administered
through the State Employment Servicesg an oppor-
tunity for vocational information through speak-
ers, visits, and reading materialsg group guidance,
and parent conferences. Special attention is given
to the evaluation of individual ability, aptitude,
and temperament in relation to the students'
Compiling information for colleges.
The main oflice staff keeps the clerical depart-
ment of AHS running smoothly and evenly
throughout the school year. Both students and
teachers often find it necessary to turn to the staff
for information and instruction on the activities
of the day. Mrs. Virginia Powell, secretary to the
principal, and Mrs. Louise Herklotz, oflice clerk,
are always on hand when needed.
For an uninterrupted moment.
Three years ago, we the seniors of Annapolis
High entered the school as sophomores, appre-
hensively even fearfully, for a new adventure
awaited us. At first we felt our way along slowly
By the time we became juniors, the school real-
ized that we were workers that would be hard
to equal. The class of '59 participated in all phases
of school life: sports, publications, clubs, and
In our senior year we were the men and women
not only able to lead in school activities but also
able to teach and help the underclassmen. Now
we must leave the familiar halls and classrooms,
but the memory of these three happy years will
stay with us always.
Advisors: Miss Hicks, Mr. Earle, Mr, Draper, Miss Kilbcrl, Mr. Pcrcgoy
THOMAS VERNON ADAMS
Although quiet, Tommy is also congenial.
He plans to go to a business college in Balti-
more to study bookkeeping.
CAROL ELIZABETH AISQUITH
Carol is a transferee from E. C. Glass High
School in Virginia. Her experience in the
office will further her abilities in secretarial
WAKE: Advt. 4, Patrons 45 Office Helper 45
Chorus 25 Operetta 25 Circus 25 Booster
DOROTHY MAE ALTON
"An apple for the teacher!" This, we hope,
will be given to Dottie whose goal is to be-
come an elementary school teacher upon
graduation from Towson Teacher's College.
In the meantime, Dottie may be found work-
ing as a telephone operator, and pursuing her
many other activities.
GERALDINE ELIZABETH ARMIGER
Gerrie is best remembered for her graceful-
ness, quietness, and zest for fun. Being a mem-
ber of MYF and Tri-Hi-Y and participating
in skating and swimming, fill her schedule.
She plans to attend secretarial school next
H. R. Rep. 15 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Operetta 25 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4.
CAROL VIRGINIA ARNOLD
This enterprising senior worked as a "Pinkie"
this summer. A transferee from Westminster
High School, Carol plans to study nursing
KENNETH EDWARD ASHER
Kenneth does quite a bit of work around the
farm. He expects to enter the Marines.
Traffic Sq. 4.
MARGO ELAINE AVERY
Margo, a Washingtonian, plans to become a
home economics teacher. She will attend
Towson State Teacher's College.
WAKE Patrons 45 Devotions 2, 3, 45 TALLY-
HO Rep. 45 Chorus 35 Orchestra 25 Circus
3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 3, 45
Booster Club 2, 4.
PATRICIA MARIA BARBORKA
Little Boh, so called because of her Bohemian
nationality, had perfect attendance for three
consecutive years. She enjoys swimming and
dancing in her spare time. However, her field
of endeavor will be in the secretarial world.
WAKE: Chief Typist 4, Sr. Write-ups 45 Asst.
Lib. 45 Office Helper 35 Asst. to the Attend.
VELMA BONNY BARRY
Bonny, a very active worker in many AHS
activities, is never too busy to smile and greet
you with a cheery "Hi,"
H. R. Rep. 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Traffic
Sq. Off. 45 Monitor Sq. 25 Tal. Night 3, 45
TALLY-HO: Feature Ed. 4, Asst. Sports Ed.
35 Rep. 25 Social Comm. 35 Asm. Comm. 41
Devotions 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 45 All-State
Chorus 45 Operetta 25 jr. Prom Comm. 35 V.
Hockey 3, 45 J. V. Basketball 35 Intra. Basket-
ball 3, Hockey 35 Girls' A-Club 35 Off. 45
Booster Club 3
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Our popul' and friendly "Fres." Owen
has the great qualities of leadership Whifihf
will carry him far in his work. A rzusin
booster of school activities, Owen has donegg
great deal to improve school life. This ver-
satile fellow plans further 'study at amorth-
ern liberal arts school. 3 1 1
Stud. Gov't. Pres. 43 HKR. Rep. 2, 33 Class V.
Pres. 35 Asm. Comm. 43 Social Comm. 3, 43 Jr.
Prom Chmn. 33 Booster Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 33
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 43 jr. Civitan 3, 4.
CHARLES HENRY BEHLKE, JR.
Like most native Annapolitans, Charles en-
joys participating in all watersports. After
graduation he is considering a possible career
in the Army.
MIRIAM PAIGE BENNINGTON
Paige keeps everyone in good spirits with
her quick smile and apt witticism for every
occasion. She plans to major in applied psy-
chology in college.
WAKE: Art Ed. 4, Patrons 4, Advt. 33 Talent
Night 2, 3, 43 Social Comm. 2, 33 Jr. Prom
Comm. 33 V. Basketball 2, 33 Intra. Basketball
2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4: V. Soft-
ball Mgr. 2: Girl's A-Club 2: Treas. A-Club
33 Circus 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 4.
Tall, blond Janis plans to studcy engineer-
ing at the University of Marylan . With his
great sportmanship in all fields, Janis has
contributed much to the AHS Panthers and
this quality will certainly be an asset in
Band 13 V.: Football 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 33 Boy's
ROBERT HENRY BLESS, JR.
A native of the "Old Line State", Bob is
interested in engineering. He intends to study
in this field at the University of Marylan .
RONALD CARROLL BONOLIS
A transferee from St. Mary's High, Ron
may attend the University of Maryland to
study architectural drawing or phys. ed.
FRANK EDWARD BOSWELL
Frank, along with the majority of the male
population, faces a term in the service. In
the meantime he does enjoy hunting and
possesses an avid interest in cars.
BEVERLY ANN BOWEN
This serene member of our senior class has
distinguished herself as Vice President of the
Annapolis Y.W.C.A. "Bev" hopes to find her
calling as a secretary.
WAKE Patrons 43 TALLY-HO Typist 43
Intra. Basketball l, 2: Booster Club 2.
VIRGINIA ANN BOYER
Industrious Ginny, with her radiant person-
alit? and ever-present smile, has won many
tru y appreciative friends at AHS as well as
at the many other schools she has attended.
She is looking forward to a career in nursing,
in which her many assets are sure to contrib-
ute to success.
WAKE: Lit. Comm. 4, Cir. 4: TALLY-HO 3:
jr. Prom Comm. 3: Intra. Volleyball 5, 43
Booster Club 3, 4.
ELIZABETH BERRY BROADDUS
A warm smile and a sincere interest in what-
ever she undertakes are the qualities that en-
dear Betsy to her classmates. A major in lan-
guage or music at a small southem women's
college is included in her future plans.
Stud. Gov't. Sec. 4: H. R. Alt. 2, 33 Honor So-
ciety 2, 5, 4: Trailic Sq. 4: Talent night 2, 3,
4: jr. Prom Comm. Chmn. 8: Circus 8:
Booster Club 2, 4: J. V. Cheerleader 2.
JUDY THELMA BROWN
Swimming, diving, and water skiing are the
primary interests of this vivacious native of
instead-on-the-Severn. Her terrific sense of
humor and boundless energy will make her
a success in junior college.
WAKE: Advt. 43 Patrons 4: Talent Night 2,
8, 4, Social Comm. 8, 4: Devotions 3, 4:
Chorus 2, 8: jr. Prom Comm. 33 Intra. Hockey
83 Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 4: Circus 2, 3: Booster
Club 2, 3: J. V. Cheerleading 3.
With his Boston accent, it is no siaprise that
Ken is a transfer student from eysmouth
Hi h School in Massachusetts. Sports seem
to ie the specialty of this "Down Easterner."
EVELYN ELIZABETH BURNETT
Evie has contributed much to the AHS sports
program, especially basketball. She is antici-
pating a career as a typist or stenographer.
School Treas. 4: j.V. Basketball 2: Intra:
Softball 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Soccer 1.
CAROLYN SUE CADELL
Carolyn's main activity at Annapolis High
has been singing in the chorus. We know she
will be a good omemaker as marriage is her
plan after graduation.
WAKE: Patrons 43 Make-up Comm. 4: Sr.
Write-up Comm. 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Operetta
2: Booster Club 3, 4.
BARBARA LEE CAMPBELL
Tres Gaie Barb has her ling:-:rs in every ac-
tivity at AHS. Well-loved, er good nature
makes her a favorite.
WAKE: Cir. 4, Senior Write-ups: Quill 8:
Scroll 4, Traflic Sq. 43 Talent Night 4: Tally-
Ho Typist 2, 3, 4: Social Comm. 1 Band 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, 41 Pep Band 8: Orchestra 3: jr.
Prom Comm. Ch. 35 Intr. Badminton 2:
Booster Club 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: jr. Classical
League Vice Pres. 45 Et Cetera Typist 3:
Monitor 2, 3.
KATHLEEN JANE CANARY
Captivating Kitty has shone as an industrious
worker at AHS. As graduation approaches she
plans to prepare for elementary school teach-
ing by attending a small co-ed college.
Homeroom Rep. 2, 3: Class Treas. 4: WAKE:
Patrons Comm. 4, Write-Ups 4: Talent Night
8, 4g TallyiHo Rep. 2: Social Comm. 2, 3, 4:
Devotions 3, 4: jr. Prom Comm. 3: Trampo-
line 43 A-Club Treas. 4: Circus 2, 8, 4: Booster
Club 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Court 43 jr. J. V.
Cheer. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4.
GAIL CECELIA CANTLER
With a dash of color, Gail is one of the artists
of AHS. Also active in various sports, Gail
plans to attend the University of Maryland to
major in physical education.
Band 3: -Ir. Leader 3: Sr. Leader 4: V. Volley-
ball 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Sodal Comm. 2, 3, 43
A-Club 2, 3, 4.
GARY LEE CARLE
Gary can often be seen toting his saxophone
through the halls of AHS. Besides his musical
accomplishments he has added much to the
literary publications of AHS. Gary hopes to
attend the Naval Academy.
WAKE: Photo. 4, Tal. Night 2, 8, 4: Tally-
H0: Asst. Sport's Ed. 3, Reporter 3, Bus. Staff
4: Band 2, 8, 4:.Dance Band 2, 3, 4: jr. Prom
Comm 5: Circus Band 2, 3, 4.
NANCY NATALIE CARTER
Sports are tops with Nancy, as her out-
standing record at AHS shows. Also very
active in her local 4-H Club, she plans to
major in education at Hood College.
WAKE: Make-up 4, Lit. Comm. 43 Tal. Night
43 Social Comm. 2, 3, 45 Asst. Attend. Off. lg
Chorus 3, 45 jr. Prom Comm. 35 Intra.: Soft-
ball l, Basketball l, 2, Volleyball 1, Hockey 2,
Archery 43 Circus 35 Booster Club 43 Tri-
Sonny, a sports enthusiast and future
physical education teacher, plans to attend a
small college where he wil participate in
sports. The Air Force is also a part of his
Football 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4.
KENNETH WARD CATTERTON
Anyone who knows "Cat" calls him the "life
of the party," but he has his serious side too.
As a competent President of the Junior Civi-
tan he takes a great interest in activities at
AHS. Business administration figures in his
future at the Univ. of Maryland.
H.R. Rep. l, 2, 43 Class Pres. 1, 2: V. Football
2, 3, 4: Lacrosse 3, 45 Boys' A-Club 3, 4.
ETTA LOUISE CAVEY
Clicking typewriters, adding machines and
studying shorthand books are all part of the
busy, but interesting life of a secretary, a
field Etta is planning to pursue. Dancing and
swimming provide pleasant past times for
this future secretary.
H.R. Rep. 1.
MELINDA LOU CECIL
A transfer from Arundel High, Melinda is
a swimming enthusiast, and plans onlattend-
ing the University! of Maryland. Dancing and
sailing also score igh with her.
WAKE: Make-up 4g fir. Prom. Comm. 3:61. V.
Hockey 33 Intra.: So tball 4, Hockey 31 irls'
A-Club 45 Circus 3, 4: Booster Club 43 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4, Make-Up Comm. 3.
SALLY IRENE CESARINI
Portsmouth High School lost a good student
when Sally transferred to AHS. Having a
lovely voice, Sally has added much to our
chorus. Marriage and her own beauty salon
are Sally's aims for the future. 5
Chorus 3, 4, Booster Club 4.
SARA JANE CI-IANEY
Sara jane, one of our few red heads, is
active around AHS. Graduation will find her
studying medicine in preparation for a nurs-
Tal. Night 43 Social Comm. 3, 43 Devotions 41
Chorus 3, 4g jr. Prom Comm. Chmn. 3:
Intra.: Softball 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volley-
ball 5, 4, Soccer 3, 45 Circus 3, 45 Booster
Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Make-up Comm. 4.
WILLIAM GREGORY CHARACKLIS
Basketball, baseball, and soccer-sports are
number one on this boy's list! "Charack,"
who was wisely chosen by the senior class
to be its Vice-President, plans a career in
architecture or civic engineering.
H.R. Rep. l, 2, Alt. 3, 45 Class Vice-President
4, Treas. I, 3, jr. Prom Comm. Chmn. 33 V.:
Soccer 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 45
J. V. Basketball 23 Intra. Basketball 2.
DAVID THOMAS CLAFFY, JR.
Binky, who hails from Darby, Penn., is
known for his affinity for girls. He plans to
take a course in accounting.
PATRICIA ANN CLARK
Lucky will be the pupils who get Trisha as
a teacher! She has been an able worker for
all AHS activities. Next year will find her at
Western Maryland College where she will
major in education.
H. R. Alt. 4g Honor Society 3, 43 WAKE Cir.
43 Tal. Night 3, 45 Social Comm. 3, 45 Chorus
2, 3: Operetta 23 Jr. Prom. Comm. 3: Basket-
ball 2g A-Club 2, 3, 43 Circus 2: Booster Club
3, 43 J. V. Cheerleader 8, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
DANA MARIA COLETTA
Dana, one of our musicians, can be seen toting
her instrument through the corridors of AHS.
Distinguished by her pleasantness, she plans
to attend the University of Maryland.
Band 8: Chorus 2: Orchestra 23 Social Comm.
33 WAKE Cir. 4.
BARBARA LAMARR COLLISON
Anyone desiring to engage a highly competent
secretary please see Bobbie-line forms on the
right. Bobbie's well-rounded school life also
includes basketball, volleyball and badminton.
Tal. Night 3, 4g Social Comm. 43 Office Helper
4g Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Intra. Badminton 3,
Basketball 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 43 Future
Homemakers of America 3: Circus 2.
LILLIAN JOYCE COLLISON
Joyce, with her mischievous smile, is interested
in the 4-H Club and sewing. She plans to
wear a nurse's cap after further schooling.
Booster Club 4.
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LILLIE MAE COOK
Lighthearted Cookie is active in the chorus,
her church, and Job's Daughters. She will
surely be a gay addition to whichever busi-
ness college she attends.
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2.
JOSEPH LEONARD CORDONE
Drawing and duck hunting provide Joe's rec-
reation. The Coast Guard will claim him after
graduation, but eventually he hopes to be-
come a sheet metal worker.
DOROTHY DIANE CURRY
As president of her teen-club, Dot is kept
very busy with her activities which include
water sports. Future plans include a career
in oiiice work.
Chorus lg Operetta 23 Circus 2, 3, 4.
Sports rank high with this Panther who has
been an asset to several of our teams. Serge
plans to enter the Air Force.
Softball 2, 3: Basketball 3.
JAMES ALLEN DAVIS
Jim, who is very active as a fire fighter and
a naval reservist, plans to fulfill his military
obligation and then go to college.
WAYNE H. DAVIS
Wayne has helped gluide several teams to
victory in the past t ree years at AHS. He
is interested in drafting but has no definite
plans for the future.
Mgr. V. Basketball 2, Lacrosse 2, Wrestling 3,
Team 2, 3: A-Club 2, 3, 4.
DONNA LOU DAWSON
This music-loving senior is an active sup-
porter of many school activities. Donna's
future plans are to attend Bob Jones Univer-
sity where she will study personal evangelism.
Trafiic Sq. 4: TALLY-HO Rep. 4: Asst. Lib. l:
Devotions 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, , 4: Operetta 2:
Booster Club 4.
PATRICIA ELEANOR DAYWALT
Active in local 4-H Club work and an avid
supporter of all school activities, Pat is sure
to be successful in whatever field she chooses.
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Operetta 1: Future Homemak-
ers of America 3: Booster Club 4: WAKE Sr.
Marsh plans to attend Baltimore City Col-
lege to study engineering. He is always will-
mg to give information concerning hot rods
and boats, which are his main interest.
Oflice Helper 4: Chorus 3, 4: Intra. Softball 4.
MARIE ANN DEMEY
Pert and petite Marie will long be remem-
bered at AHS for her quick smile and willing-
ness to help. An ardent supporter of school
activities, she enjoys swimming and tennis
during her spare moments. This fun-loving
girl plans a secretarial career.
H. R. Alt. 2: Traffic Sq. 4: Tal. Night 3:
Basketball 2, 3: Badminton 8: Booster Club
2, 3, 4.
A transfer -student to our school this year
Julie has already shown her musical ability.
Curly locks are julie's future as she plans to
be a beautician.
JOSE HECTOR DEZAYAS
Born in Shang Hai, China, joe came to us
as a transfer from Severn Prep. Most of his
extra time is taken up by cars and boats. His
future plans include engineering at the Uni-
versity of Virginia.
EDWIN ERNEST DIAMOND
Ed, an avid soccer player, enjoys working
with the rescue department and fire lighting.
Upon graduation he will be employed in the
field of boat building pending entry into the
Soccer 2, 3, 4.
JOHN HENRY DIBENIO
The ever cheerful john plans to enter col-
lege in the pursuit of engineering or physics.
He prefers a co-ed college.
JOHN ROBERTSON VAN DICKSON
A hard worker and active supporter of AHS
activities, Jack plans to enter the U.S. Naval
Academy where he will study engineering.
WAKE: Advt. 4, Cir. 4, Photo. 49 Asst. Lib.
4: Cafe. Helper 3, 45 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 J.V.
Soccer 3, Booster Club 3g Stage Crew 2, 3, 45
Visual Aid 2, 3, 4.
DIANA LOUISE DOBBS
Popular Diane is well-known for her activities
with the majorettes and on the athletic field.
This senior with her sunny smile and amiable
personality is bound for a secretarial mreer.
WAKE: Patrons 4, Typing 4, Cir. 45 Social
Comm. 2, 33 Devotions 3, 43 Intra.: Softball
2, 8, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3,
Tumbling 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 2, 3, 4,
Archery 2, 3, 4, Chmn. 4: Girls' A-Club 2, 3,
4: Circus 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Major-
ette 2, 3, 45 Alumni Comm. 4g jr. and Sr.
Leader 8, 4.
EVELYN ANN DORHEIM
Talented Lynne has contributed a great deal
to AHS activities, particularly in the way of
art. Her congeniality is sure to win her as
many friends in her future as a teacher as it
has in the past.
WAKE: Advt. 4, Make-up Comm. 49 TALLY-
HO Rep. 3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4.
CARLTON LEE DORSEY
Like most boys Lee enjoys hunting, fishing
and other outdoor sports. The service is in
his future plans.
GERALDINE JANET DOVE
Happy-go-lucky Gerry has chosen to become
a secretary. Her efficiency and reliability will
be a great asset to her.
WAKE Patrons 45 Office Helper 4.
MARILYN ANN DYTCHE
Distributing absentee lists, sorting mail and
answering students' questions are all part of
Marilyn's job as an office helper. Working in
the office will prepare Marilyn for her career
as a secretary. In her spare time, Marilyn
enjoys sewing and has won several prizes in
WAKE Advt. 35 Tal. Night 3, 4: Office Helper
45 Booster Club 3, 4.
MARY ELLA EDELEN
Sue's interest in fashion designing is furthered
by her ability in art. With a flair for color,
she may be one of our future designers.
Asst. Lib. lg Cafe. Helper 1.
JOHN CARL ELERDING
john likes to take life easy and relax while
fishing, which is one of his favorite pastimes.
He plans to attend Columbia Technical Insti-
tute and become a draftsman.
Track 8, 4.
LINDA LEE EMORY
Lyn plans to enter the business world. Most
of her time is spent working on outside activi-
ties which include water sports and the local
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2.
Hunting, baseball and getting out of school
are Richard's main pleasures. After obtaining
his chief desire, he plans to enter the Army.
MARY MELANIE FIELD
"Have suitcase will travel," this girl has
been everywhere! A welcomed addition to
Annapolis, Mary comes to us from Lone High
in Virginia. Upon graduation, Mary will e
heading back to her birthstate California,
where she will major in history at California
WILLIAM LESTER FOLLETT
Bill contributed much to our wrestling
squad last year. He enjoys boating and all
water sports. The future includes Penn
University where he will take up
Wrestling 3, 4: Intra. Basketball 33 4:
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Ellen's great sense of hui as
well-liked. She is an active member of
band and enjoys spending her leisure time
listenin to music. Her love for children has
helped Eier to decide on a teaching career.
WAKE: Advt. 4, Cir. 4: Traflic Sq. 4: Inter-
national Relations Club 4: Band 3, 4: Future
Homemakers of America 3 : Circus 3, 4: Booster
Club 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
ADELE MAE FRANTUM
Adele, with her winning smile, is one of
the outstandin contributors to AHS. Helpful
and happy in qier work, her dependability is
never questioned and as a secretary we are
sure she'll be a success.
H.R. Rep. 4: WAKE: Sr. Write-up 4, Advt. 4,
Typing 4: Traflic Sq. 2, 4: Tal. Night 3, 4:
Social Comm. 2, 3, 4: Devotions 2, 3, 4: Band
2, 3: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Booster Club 3, 4:
Tri-Hi-Y Off. 3, 4: Office Helper 4: Asm.
Comm. 4: Intra. Trampoline Mgr. 4.
ELIZABETH JOY GARY
Joy is a transfer student from Stuart Hall,
Staunton, Virginia. An expert on the tennis
court, Joy loves to use this ability to its full-
est extent. Her winning smile and willing
way has made her many friends and will con-
tinue to in the future.
I'ntra.: Softball 4: Basketball 4: Hockey 4:
Booster Club 4.
SUSAN DIANE GAWTHROP
Sue came to us this year from Lackey High
where she was active in Honor Society, student
council, band and athletic activities. She
hopes to continue her education in college as
a mathematics or engineering major.
CATHERINE JULIA GESELL
Spirit, humor, talent and intelligence com-
bine to emphasize a delightful personality in
this prominent senior. Kitty's plans include
Bucknell where she will study psychology.
WAKE: Sr. Write-up 4, Lit. Comm. 4: Tal.
Night 3, 4: Chorus 4: Social Comm. 2, 3, 4:
Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 4:
Circus 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: J. V.
Cheerleader 2, 3.
JOYCE VIRGINIA GLOVER
Joycie, an avid music lover, is known for
her congeniality and sense of humor. She
plans to do office work after graduation.
WAKE: Patrons 4, Cir. 4: Traiiic Sq. 4:
Chorus 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2.
ROSALIE ELLEN GLOVER
Often sporting a saucy pony tail, Rosalie
is genial and well-liked by her classmates. As
a Sunday school teacher she is active in her
church. Rosalie plans to be a bookkeeper.
WAKE: Cir. 4g Traffic Sq. 4.
DAVID WARREN GOETTEE
College or the Air Force are on the sched-
ule for Tim. An active member of the senior
class, he plans to study engineering.
Cafe. Helper 45 Chorus 45 Soccer 43 Trade 3,
43 Wrestling 4.
PATRICIA JEAN GOODHUE
Patty's main interest is playing the Bute in
the AHS Band. During the summer she
worked as a "pinkie" in the Annapolis Gen-
eral Hospital which should help her im-
mensely in her chosen career of nursing.
Band 2, 5, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 8, 4.
DONALD VAUGHN GOODWIN
Tall, dark, and good natured Don is an
avid sports enthusiast. After a hitch in the
service he plans to go to college.
V. Basesball 45 Intra. Basketball 2, 3, 4.
DAVID H. GORDON
Easy going David can always be depended
on to do a job well. This native Annatpolitan
enjoys electricity as a hobby. He is un ecided
about his future career.
Tal. Night 2, 5, 4: jr. Prom Comm. 8: Circus
35 Visual Aids 43 Lighting Comm. 3, 4.
ALICE JANE GREENE
Smiling! jane came to us from Calvert
County igh last Lear. Her plans for the
future range from eing a beautician to a
WAKE: Patrons 4.
ROSALIND ANN GREENFIELD
Roz is an energetic and valuable addition
to AHS. Her gaiety and captivating person-
ality will be sure to win her many friends
at Marjorie Webster junior College.
Lit. Comm. 43 Tal. Night 2, 8, 4: Social
Comm. lg jr. Prom Comm. 33 Intra. Basket-
ball 2: Booster Club l, 2, 3.
Marty is a popular boy in the Class of '59.
His amiable personality has won him many
friends throughout his years in high schoo .
Cafe. Helper 49 V.: Soccer 3, 4, Wrestling 5, 45
Intra. Bas etball 2, 8.
JOHN GARY GREKSOUK
Gary, the little guy with the big ersonal-
ity, is a great addition to the schoog as well
as to the senior class. His energy and friend-
liness are unequaled. Gary would like to
attend a teachers college to study physical
V. Basketball 45 j. V. Basketball 37 Booster
Club 5, 4.
HILDA ANN GRISCOM
A versatile musician, Hilda is an active
participant in the band. Her friendliness as
well as her scholastic ability make her well-
qualified for Duke or Maryland University.
H.R. Alt. 43 WAKE Advt. 43 Traflic Sq. Off.
43 Tal. Night 2, 3, 43 TALLY-HO proof-
reader 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Circus 2, 3, 43 Booster
Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g ET CETERA Bus.
Staff 43 All-State Band 3, 43 Dance band 3, 43
German Band 3, 4.
AMY LYNN GROSE
Amy's lovely smile radiates fun and happi-
ness to all who know her. She is looking for-
ward to a successful future in the secretarial
Monitor Sq. 33 TALLY-HO Typist 3, 43
Social Comm. 4g Office Helper 43 Cafe. Helper
3, 43 Intra.: Softball l, Basketball 2, Fieldball
lg Intra. Mngr. 1, 23 Booster Club 4.
EILEEN REGINA I-IAAVIK
Eileen is noted for her friendliness and
willingness to assist others. She is active in
the literary field at AHS but plans a career
in the field of science.
WAKE: Patrons 4, Cir. 43 Traliic Sq. 4g
TALLY-HO Rep. 43 Asst. Lib. 43 Make-up
BONNIE SUE HAINES
Petite and dainty, Bonnie's dancing ability
is exceed'-4 only by her blithe spirit. Secre-
tarial wci.. ill occupy most of her time next
Tal. Night 23 Booster Club 43 Oilice Helper 4.
CAROLE JO-ANN HALL
Carole, a leader for the past three years in
almost every phase of school life, reigned this
year as Homecoming Queen. This personable
senior lans to major in math or science at a
girls' ligeral arts college.
Stud. Gov't Treas. 43 H.R. Rep. 3, Alt. 23 jr.
Prom Chmn. 33 Trailic Sq. 43 Asm. Comm. 33
Honor Society Pres. 43 Honor Society Mem.
2, 33 A-Club 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 43
WAKE Cir. 43 V. Cheerleader 3, 4.
SHIRLEY ANN HALL
Rated high on Shirley's list of activities are
sports. This senior plans to enter the secre-
V. Basketball 23 Intra.: Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Volleyball 2, 3, Soccer 2: Circus 3.
IDA LIDDELL HAMINGER
"May I help you," are the words most AHS
students hear when they enter the othce be-
fore school. By working in this capacity, Ida
has been preparing for her future career as
a secretary. Business college may also be in
store for her.
Office Helper 3, 43 ET CETERA Chief Typist
43 Attend. Oflice 2, 3.
EDWINA WINCHESTER HAMNER
Pretty, blond Winnie is a key member of
the literary publications of AHS. She is going
to attend Randolph-Macon Women's College
to study in the field of biochemistry.
Quill 8: Scroll 3, 43 Traffic Sq. 43 Monitor Sq.
3g Tal. Night 23 TALLY-HO: Asst. Ed. ,
Asst. News. Ed. 3, Rep. 23 Social Comm. 33
Chorus 23 Operetta 23 J. V. Hockey 33 Intra.
Hockey 33 Booster Club 2.
JOANNE CAROL HARDESTY
Joanne, a long standing member of our
sports program, enjoys water sports and danc-
ing. She plans on becoming a secretary.
Office Helper 43 Band 13 Intra.: Softball 2:
Volleyball I, Soccer l.
WILLIAM MCGRATH HARLOW
Bill's happy-go-lucky disposition and en-
thusiasm for sports have contributed to mak-
ing him a person his friends will never
forget. He plans to serve his country in the
BARBARA LOUISE HARRIS
This popular, fun-loving native of Severna
Park has been avidly engaged in her hobbies,
dates and parties all through high school.
Barb's future plans include attending college
and pursuing a literary career.
WAKE: Lit. Ed 4, Cir. 4, Sr. Write-ups 43
Traflic Sq. 4, Intra.: Hockey 3, Basketball 2,
3, 4, Trampoline 33 Tal. Night 2, 3, 43 Social
Comm. 2, 35 Girls' A-Club 2, 33 Circus 2, 3, 43
ET CETERA 43 Booster Club 2, 3, 43 jr.
Leader 3, Devotions 45 jr. Prom Comm. 3.
VIRGINIA STUART HART
A charming smile and rich dark curls are
an asset to Ginny who plans to attend a lib-
eral arts college. Ginny was a transfer student
in her sophomore year from Princess Anne
WAKE Underclassmen Ed. 43 Booster Club 2,
3, 45 Social Comm. 2, 3, WAKE Make-up
SHIRLEY JEAN HASKETT
"Miss Dairy Queen '58" plans to obtain a
secretarial position upon graduation. Shirley
hopes to be able to continue modeling in her
WAKE Patrons 43 Tal. Night 3, 4, Boys'
Phys. Ed. Oflice Helper 45 Booster Club 3.
ELIZABETH CARROLL HEISE
Libby, an energetic and capable worker in
all phases of school life, is known and liked
by everyone. Our WAKE Editor-in-chief plans
to major in French in college.
H.R. Rep. 2, Alt. 3, 45 Honor Society Sec.
43 Honor Society 2, 3, 4: WAKE Editor-in-
chief 4, Advt. 2, 3, Cir. 4, Traffic Sq. 45 Moni-
tor Sq. 2g V. Basketball 4, 1. V. Basketball 2,
3, Sec. Social Comm. 35 TALLY-HO Rep. 2,
35 Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
DUDLEY FERREE HENDRICK
Dud's personality is a mixture of qualities
that combine to make him a really well-liked
person. As a participant in school activities
and sports, Dud is noted for his skill in
lacrosse. In the future he will attend college
to prepare for a career in engineering.
H.R. Rep. 3, 4, Alt. 29 Trallic Sq. Off. 4,
Band Off. 23 Jr. Prom Comm. 3: V.: Soccer 4,
Track 3, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 23 Intra.
Softball 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 33 jr. Civitan Off. 4.
MARCIA ANN HENDRIX
Marcia, a qpiet and efficient girl, is inter-
ested in anyt ing of a literary nature. The
future plans of this active senior include
study at a liberal arts college.
WAKE: Lit. Comm. 4, Advt. 2, 3, 4, Cir. 4:
Traflic Sq. 45 Tal. Night 25 TALLY-HO: Rep.
2, 3, 4, Proof Reader 43 Social Comm. 2, 3, 4:
International Relations Club 3, 4, jr. Prom
Comm. 3: Intra. Basketball 3: Booster Club
2, 3, 4: ET CETERA: Proof Reader 3: Edi-
REBECCA JUNE HESTER
Having always had the ambition to teach,
june will enroll in Towson State Teachers
College in the fall. An active member in
school affairs, she will be missed by her many
friends at AHS.
WAKE: Lit. Comm. 4, Cir. 4, Traffic Sq. 4,
Social Comm. 45 Chorus 45 Jr. Prom Comm.
33 Booster Club 3, 45 Monitor Sq. 3.
DERMOTT LEE HICKEY
Dermie is a native Annapolitan who has
returned home after being absent many years
because of navy life. He plans to make our
city his home for several more years while
attending the U. S. Naval Academy.
MILDRED KAE HICKS
Along with her accomplishments in singing
Kae also takes a special interest in swimming
and dancing. She would like to become a
Chorus 25 Operetta 2.
.WILLIAM HOWARD HOLME
This popular senior will be missed by AHS
and the many organizations to which e has
contributed. Bill lans to attend the U. S.
Naval Academy wgere he will study to be-
come an engineer.
Class Pres. 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, 45 WAKE
Cir. 45 Traffic Off. 45 Mem. 45 TALLY-
HO Rep. 3, 45 Asm. Comm. 35 Social Comm.
Vice Pres. S5 Band 2, 3, 45 jr. Prom Comm.
Chmm. 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 jr. Civitan Club 3, 4.
NORMAN WILLIAM HONADLE
This fun-loving fellow has a genuine sense
of humor that just can't be beat, and is
known for his unceasing interest in sports.
After serving his country in the Marines, he
plans to study military science in college.
jr. Prom Comm. 35 V.: Football 3, 4, Track
2, 85 J. V. Basketball 35 Band 2.
"Have trumpet-will play" is Dave's motto,
as this ranks high on his list of interests.
This musically talented senior plans to study
law in college.
Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3.
DONALD BENSON HOPKINS
Don is known around school for his out-
standing sense of humor as well as his ex-
ceiling ability in baseball. He plans to join
the Air Force.
V.: Basketball 8, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 45 J. V.
Basketball 25 Boys' A-Club 3, 4.
Pam has added a sparkle to AHS. She is
bound for the University of Maryland, plan-
ning to major in psychology and advertising.
WAKE: Make-up 4, Art 4, Sr. Write-up 45
Tal. Night 45 Chorus 25 Operetta 25 Intra.
Softball 2, 45 Circus 45 Booster Club 35 Make-
up Comm. 2, 45 Art Service 4.
JAMES RUSSELL HUGHES
Renowned for his sense of humor, jimmy
has been an enthusiastic participant in the
sports program at AHS. He will study physi-
cal education at the University of Maryland.
Football 2, 3, 45 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4.
PRISCILLA ANN HUSTED
Known for her banter and scholastic
achievement, Pris has contributed much to
her school. A liberal arts college awaits this
Social Comm. 2, 3, 45 H.R. Alt. 25 WAKE:
Make-up 4, Lit. Comm. 45 Tal. Night 2, 3, 45
Band 25 Chorus 35 jr. Prom Comm. Chmn.
35 Girls' A-Club 3, 45 J. V. Basketball 85
Intra.: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4,
Modern Dance 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Trampo-
line S, 45 Circus 2, 3, 45 Booster Club 3, 45
ET EETERA: Art Comm. 3, 4, Typing 3,
JEFFREY HAYES JACKSON
AHS students welcomed Jeff, with his win-
ning manner and pleasing smile. He spent
part of his high school days in two California
schools. A career awaits him in the Air Force
Circus 3, 4.
PATRICIA GAEL JAMES
Pat, an advocate of nearly all school sports,
has proven herself especially capable in var-
sity softball having obtained a varsity letter
and emblem. The future will find her work-
ing as a secretary.
Social Comm. 3, 43 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 V:
Basketball 4, Softball 2, Volleyball 23 Intra.:
Soccer 3, Hockey 3, Basketball 2, 3, 43 Circus
33 Booster Club 3, 43 WAKE Cir. 4.
BARBARA CHRISTINE JANZ
With planning dances, serving on WAKE
Literary Committee, issuing traffic tickets and
managing teams-it might look as though
Barb has her hands full, but she is always
willing to do more. Barb is heading for Mary-
land University to which she will be a wel-
come and helpful addition. She plans to
major in laboratory technology.
WAKE: Lit. Comm. 4, Cir. 43 Traffic Sq. 43
Tal. Night 3, 43 Social Comm. 33 Band 23 Jr.
Prom Comm. 33 Team Mgr. 33 Girls' A-Club
3, 43 Circus 2, 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 4.
JOHN WORTHINGTON JEFFERIES
Jeff's endless energy and versatility in lead-
ership make him a success in anything he
does. An outstanding student and active
worker, he has made himself a truly valuable
member of the class of '59. John hopes to
enter Harvard University as an engineering
Stud. Gov't Vice Pres. 43 H.R. Alt. 33 Honor
Society 3, 43 Honor Society Vice Pres. 43
WAKE Cir. 4j TALLY-HO Rep. 43 Asm.
Comm 43 Social Comm. 43 Jr. Prom Comm.
Chmn. 33 Intra.: Softball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3,
Soccer 3, 23 Booster Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Off. 43 Jr. Civitan 4.
ANNE VIRGINIA JENNINGS
Lively Bobbi's major interest is sports. Her
good sportsmanship has boosted the spirit
of many teams. She would like to attend a
small co-ed college in western Maryland and
major in phys. e .
WAKE: Cir. 4, Sr. Write-up 43 J. V. Hockey
33 Intra.: Volleyball 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Booster
Club 43 J. V. Cheerleader l.
joscpn HENRY JEWELL
Quite active in wrestling, Joey has received
several awards for his outstanding achieve-
ments. He plans to attend the Naval Academy.
V. Wrestling 2, 3, 4.
Saucy Susan is an essential cog in the
wheel of AHS activities. Being versatile, she
is active in many different organizations
throughout the school. Susie plans to study
Social Comm. 2, 33 J. V.: Basketball 2,,Hockey
23 Art Service 4j Booster Club 2, 3.
ANN HEATHER JONES
Ann, who is always on the go, has used her
journalistic talents in every possible field at
AHS. She hopes to study biology in college.
Quill and Scroll Mem. 3, 43 WAKE: Lit.
Comm. 4, Cir. 43 Trafiic Sq. 43 Tally-Ho:
News Ed. 43 Asst. News Ed. 33 Reporter 23
Social Comm. 2, 3, 43 Asst. Lib. 4j Cafe.
Helper 3, 43 International Relations Club 3,
43 jr. Prom Comm. 33 J. V. Team Mgr. 2, 33
Girls' A-Club 3, 4: Booster Club 2, 3, 43 ET
CETERA: Lit. Board 3, 43 Tri-I-Ii-Y 3, 4.
LEILA MAY JONES
For her good-natured disposition and soft-
spoken voice, Leila is well-liked by her
friends. As a student she is sure to be success-
ful in college.
Social Comm. 43 Chorus l. 2, 3, 43 Operetta
23 Future Homemakers of America 33 Circus
43 Booster Club 3, 43 WAKE Advt. 4.
Morgan, as a member of the Arnold Volun-
teer Fire Department, is off to the fire with
the clanging of the bell. 4-H Club and other
activities take up most of his spare time. His
chief ambition is to be a success in life and
to make a million,
MARGARET LEE JONES
Pretty, perk, Peggy has lent her talents to
various fields of AHS activities. This busy
senior plans to attend a junior college to
study in the field of education.
J. V. Hockey 35 Social Comm. 2, 33 Booster
Club 23 Jr. Prom Comm. 35 Tal. Night 2, 3, 4.
PHILLIP JOSEPH JONES
Hunting, fishing, and boating, three very
interesting hobbies that demand skill, hold
Phil's interest emphatically. Contracting was
Phil's choice for a summer job last year, but
he will don the Navy blue before entering
ALLEN ROBERT JONES
Bobb came to us from Wheaton High
where he had distinguished himself in the
field of science. He plans a career in electrical
PATRICIA ANN JUDD
Pat has been an industrious worker for
AHS and an all-around "good student". She
plans to do clerical or secretarial work after
Social Comm. 3: Band 3: Jr. Prom Comm. 35
Booster Club 31 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Monitor Sq. 2:
ET CETERA 3.
PATRICIA ANN JUNEMAN
Water sports head this senior's list of in-
terests. This Washingtonian plans to be a
typist. Marriage awaits her.
Future Homemakers of America 3.
FREDERICK JOHNSTON KAP PEL
Johnny, who came to us from Severn, has
interests that vary from hi-fi to football and
lacrosse. Upon graduation his aim will be the
field of dentistry.
WAKE: Advt. 4, Sr. Write-ups 43 TALLY-
HO Asst. Sports Ed. 43 V. Lacrosse 3, 45
Booster Club 4.
. I . .
,J X' GAMES MICHAEL KING
With white sails blowing in the wind the
bo manned by Jim glides across the Severn.
B des being an expert sailor, Jim proved
t be an able manager of the varsity football
team. Jim plans to study marine designing
f in college.
CARL BENEDICT KINNER
A transfer from Jackson High in Florida,
Carl plans to enter the Navy. Fishing and
hunting are at the top of his outside interests.
ROBERT ALLAN KIRCHNER
An avid sports enthusiast, Bobby has held
key positions on the varsity football and
baseball teams for three years. Popular, con-
genial and a booster of school activities, he
plans to join the Air Force after graduation.
H.R. Rep. 2, 45 TALLY-HO Rep. 43 V. Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 43 Track 35 J. V.
Basketball 2g Intra.: Softball 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Athletic Rep.
2, 3, 43 Boys' A-Club 3, 4.
WOODROW GERALD KIRKLEY
Sports-minded Gerald is not sure about his
future plans but will be a success at anything
Intra. Basketball 2.
jOHN CHRISTIAN KIRSH
An avid member of the "Lower Hall Bri-
gade," john's main interests are MYF and
water sports. His future plans include Tow-
son State Teachers College and an elementary
school teaching profession.
Band 2: Chorus 3.
NANCY LEE KNUTSEN
Nan, known for her congeniality and smile,
is looking forward to becoming an airline
receptionist upon graduation from college.
WAKE: Advt. 4, Make-up 4, Patrons 4, Typ-
ing 4: TALLY-HO Typing 4, Rep. 4: Booster
Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
CLAIRE BETH KOTZIN
Vivacious Claire is just about as versatile
as one girl can be. Her varied interests and
pleasing ways assure her of a wonderful
uture in the field of psychology.
H.R. Rep. 2, Alt. 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 4:
WAKE Patrons 4: Traffic Sq. 4: Tal. Night
2, 3, 4: Asm. Comm. 2: TALLY-HO Bus.
Staff. 2: Social Comm. 2, 3, 43 jr. Prom Comm.
Chmn. 5: Intra.: Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball
2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, Mgr. 3: Girls' A-Club 2, 3,
4: Circus 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Cheer-
leader: V. 8, 4, j. V. 2: Make-up Comm. 2, 3.
SHARIE MEADE LACEY
Sharie has a vivacious knack of keeping
everyone in stitches. Active in most of our
social activities and in cheering she is a real
"Booster" to the school spirit. This friendly
comedian is looking forward to a state
teachers college. We wish her success in the
field of elementary education.
H.R. Alt. 2: WAKE: Lit. Comm. 4, Advt.
Comm. 4: Tal. Night l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus l, 3, 4:
jr. Prom Comm. Chmn. 3: Girls' A-Club Vice-
President 2, 3, 4: Circus 2, 3, 4: Booster Club
2, 3, 4: V. Cheerleader 4: j. V. Cheerleader
2, 3: Modern Dance 3, 4: Trampoline 2.
JOHN CHARLES LAJOYE
Sports, sports and more sports are john's
field. A natural athlete, john has helped the
AHS Panthers to many victories. College is
in john's plans after a short interruption for
Band 4: V.: Football 3, 4, Baseball 8, 4: Intra.
Basketball 3, 4: Boys' A-Club 4.
LINDA LOU LAN KFORD
For studying to be a medical secretary,
Linda has chosen Majorie Webster junior
College. Cooking and visiting the Naval
Academy seem to have a big part in her life.
WAKE: Advt. 3, 4, Patrons 4, Cir. 4: Tal.
Night 3, 4: TALLY-HO Asst. Exch. Ed. 3:
jr. Prom Comm. 3: Booster Club 2, 3.
HELEN SUSANNA LEE
Flirtatious Susie, with her radiant person-
ality and vitality has contributed much to
AHS activities. She is looking forward to a
WAKE Cir. 4: Social Comm. 1: Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Operetta 2: V.: Basketball 1, 3, 4: Softball 1:
Intra. Softball 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Field-
ball 1, Volleyball 1: Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 4:
Booster Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
BEVERLY HINDA LEGUM
"School Spirit" are erhaps the only words
to describe Bev and Eer work at Annapolis
High. Her boundless enthusiasm is sure to
make her a success in her chosen career of
Honor Society 2, 3, 4: jr. Prom Comm. Chmn.
3: WAKE Advt. Ed. 4: V. Basketball 2: Traf-
fic Sq. 4: Tal. Night 2, 3, 4: Intra.: Trampo-
line 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Social Comm.
2, 3, 4: jr. and Sr. Phys. Ed. Leader: Booster
Club 2, 3, 4: V. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4.
CAROL JOY LOWMAN
Carol is one of our hard-working school treas-
urers. Her eil-iciency in money matters will
assure her a good secretarial position after
she receives her diploma.
School Treas. 43 WAKE: Advt. 4, Patrons 4,
Typing 4: Traffic 4: Chorus 1: Intra.:
Softball 1, Basketbal I, 2, Volleyball 1:
Booster Club 2, 4.
ROBERT VAN LYNCH
Bob attended Mt. Rainier jr. High School be-
fore coming to AHS. Building miniatures of
ships and planes uses most of his spare time.
Navy Blue is his choice next fall.
HAROLD SCOTT MCCANN
Scott's outside interests center mainly around
electronics, automobiles and "ham" radio-
o erating. He is considering a future as a
physicist and would like to attend Drexel
GAIL ELAINE MCCOURT
This lpert, pint-sized senior has done much
to bo ster our music and sports programs in
her :years at AHS. Gail hopes to stu y short-
han and general oilice duties in college to
prepare herself for a secretarial career.
Tal. Night 43 Chorus 2, 4: Softball 43 Basket-
ball 2: Operetta 2: Girls' A-Club 2, 4: Volley-
ball 2: J. V. Cheerleader 2.
ELIZABETH STUART MCMANN
Libby, with her lovely smile and genteel man-
ners belies her abilities for rugged sports.
Her willingness to help is well-known and
appreciated at AHS. Libby plans on a liberal
WAKE Make-up Ed. 4: Traiiic Sq. 4: Social
Comm. 2, 8, 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Hockey
2, 8: Intra.: Volleyball 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4: Cir-
cus 3, 4: Booster Club 2, 3.
john, who excells in most sports was a mem-
ber of our championship basketball team
last year. Following in his natural vein he
will major in physical education at the Uni-
versity of Maryland.
V.: Basketball 3, Track 3, Baseball 3, 43 J. V.
Basketball 2: Intra.: Softball 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4.
MARSHA LYNN MEANS
Marsha is one of those persons who makes it
a practice to get along with everyone. Her
congenial personality and athletic ability will
ensure her success as a physical education
Traffic Sq. 4: WAKE Cir. 4: Intra.: Basket-
ball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Hockey 2, 3: J. V.
Basketball 2, Ta. Night 3, 4: jr. Prom Comm.
8: V.: Basketball 4, Softball 2, 4: Girls' A-
Club 2, 3: Circus 3: Booster Club 2, 3, 4:
j.j.V. Cheerleaders 3: Tri-Hi-Y Off. 43 Tri-
Hi-Y Mem. 3.
Versatile "Meeks" is very active in school
publications as well as in soccer, lacrosse and
baseball. Attending ,college will start his pur-
suit of a career in engineering.
WAKE: Advt. 4, Patrons 4, Cir. 43 V.: Soccer
8, 4, Lacrosse 3, 4, Softball 33 V. Team Mgr.
2: Boys' A-Club 4: Booster Club 4.
RONALD GEORGE METZGER
Ronnie is actively working for the WAKE
this year. His ambitions are to attend the
University of Maryland and to study elec-
WAKE: Make-up Comm. 4, Advt. 4, Patrons
4, Cir. 4: Social Comm. 2: Intra.: Softball 2,
CATHERINE RUTH MILLER
Cathy has excitement in her eyel A fan of
flying and drag races, she will speed her way
into the secretarial field.
H.R. Rep. 1: Traflic Sq. 1: Intra. Hockey 3.
CAROL GERALDINE MINTZ
Carol is very much interested in archeology.
This, along with astronomy, and the study of
the Russian language occupy most of her free
time. IVith such varied interests Carol will
make a fine secretary.
ELAINE MARIE MITCHELL
You have probably seen Elaine many times
as she is one of our terrific majorettes. She is
also very busy with school and outside activi-
ties. Her future plans are to attend Strayer's
Business College in Washington, D. C.
XVAKE: Make-up Comm. 4, Advt. 4, Cir. 4:
Traffic Sq. Off. 4: Tal. Night 2, 3, 4: Social
Comm. 2: jr. Prom Comm. 3: Intra. Mgr. 3:
Al. V. Team Mgr. 3: Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 4:
Circus 2, 3: Booster Club 2, 3: Majorettes 2,
3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
JACK COBB MOORE
A member of the varsity football squad and
an eager participant in all sports, "jay" is
well-liked around AHS. A successful career is
certainly in store for him in any field he
V. Football 2, 3. 4, Track 3, -l, Lacrosse 3.
Wrestling 3, 4: Intra.: Softball 2. 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2. 3. 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4:
Boys' .I-Club 3, 4.
NANCY JANE MOORE
Usually to be found in the TALLY-H0
room, Nancy is an active member of AHS.
Always cheerful and willing to help, this bril-
liant young lady also has many outside ac-
tivities. Nancy's plans include study in a field
of liberal arts.
H.R. Rep. 3, Alt. 4: Honor Society 2, 5, Off 4:
Quill and Scroll 4: Traffic Sq. 4: Tal. Night 4:
TALLY-HO: Rep. 2, Feature Ed. 3, Asst. Ed.
3, Ed.-in-Chief 4: Social Comm. 2, 3, 4: Chorus
3, 4: All-State 4: Intra. Hockey 3: Girls' A-
Club 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 2, 3: Team Mgr.
Volleyball 2: Monitor Sq. 2. 3: jr. Classical
VIRGINIA ANN MUCH
Pretty and popular, Billie is well-liked
among her classmates. Horseback riding and
painting are among her outside interests. She
has her eye on a secretarial career.
Office Helper 4: V. Hockey 3.
lfun-loving Pat, who was born in Washing-
ton, D. C., plans to go to a business college
when she leaves AHS. Following graduation
from college she plans to be a secretary.
WAKE Make-up Comm. 4: Office Helper 4:
V. Volleyball 2: J. V. Basketball 2: Girls' A-
Club 2, 3, 4.
LYNNE j.xNrcs MURPHY
Lynne, hailing from Brooklyn Park High,
has become a talented member of our band.
She is interested in social work and plans a
career of nursing.
Band Mem. 2, 3, 4: ET CETERA Typist 4:
Prom Comm. 3.
MARTIN HENRY MYERS
Marty enjoys sports, girls, datin , and the
New York Yankees. This summer ,Ire worked
in a hardware store and plans on a career in
the Air Force. With his varied interests he
will do well in any field.
V. Baseball 3, 4: Intra. Softball 2, 3, 4: Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: V. Team Mgr.
3. 4: Boys' .X-Club 4.
CAROL JEANETTE NASH
Getting the inside story seems to be Carol's
ambition as she is looking forward to becom-
mg an X-Ray technician.
As? Lib. lg Future Homemakers of America
WILLIAM WESLEY NEALL
Bill always has a cheerful smile ready for
anything. After graduation he plans to study
business administration. His outside interests
are hunting and fishing.
V. Soccer 2, 3, 4: J. V. Soccer 23 Intra. Softball
2, 3: Boys' A-Club 3, 4.
JUDY ANITA NORWOOD
Judy, an active participant in sports as well
as other activities, has contributed a great
deal to AHS. She is planning a career in nurs-
H.R. Alt. 2, 3, 43 WAKE: Make-up Comm. 45
Lit. Comm. 45 Cir. 45 Tal. Night 1, 2, 3, 49
Social Comm. 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3: Jr. Prom
Comm. 85 V. Hockey 2, S5 J. V. Hockey 1, 2,
3: Intra.: Softball 3, 45 Basketball 4, Volley-
ball 4g Girls' A-Club- 2, 3: Circus 3, 43 Booster
Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1.
ARTHUR RANDALL OWENS
Ronnie's cheerful disposition and ready
smile are sure to make him as well-liked in
the future as he has been at AHS. His post-
graduate plans include business school.
CHARLES RICHARD OWENS
Charles is a prominent student who came
to AHS from Portland, Oregon. After his
hitch in the service his destination will be
V. Team Mgr. 45 Booster Club 4.
JOYCE MAE OWENS
Joyce's main interest is in the 4-H Club.
She has received many awards in this field.
Graduation will find her busy in the world
of calculating and accounting.
WA KE Typist 4.
SHELLIE EVERETT PALMER
.X fine athlete, with a true sense of sports-
manship, Shellie has endeared himself to his
classmates at Annapolis High. We wish him
the best of luck in everything he does.
V. Soccer 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Intra.: Softball 2,
3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Boys' A-Club 3, 4.
HARRY ALFRED PARKS
In Harry is found a combination of real
athletic ability and a keen sense of humor.
These traits, along with his attractive appear-
ance and pleasant personality, should enable
him to go far in this world.
V. Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4: J. V. Soft-
ball 2, Basketball 2, Soccer 2g Boys' A-Club 4.
JOSEPH LAWSON PARKS
Joe is one of those breezy out-door types.
He has excelled in the sports offered at AHS
and his hobbies are hunting and fishing. With
these interests Joe cannot help but be a suc-
cessful physical education instructor.
V. Soccer 33 Baseball 3, 45 Intra.: Softball 2,
3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4.
DIANE LEA PASTRANA
It's a home run as she slides into home
platel Softball is only one of Dee's talents in
athletics. Last summer found her working-
playground supervising, of course! Dee plans
to enter the secretarial field, but she will
always find time for sports.
WAKE Lit. Comm. 45 TALLY-HO Bus. Staff
45 Social Comm. 45 Chorus 1, 2: Operetta 2:
Intra. Archery 33 V. Softball 4, Vol eyball 2:
Intra.: Softball 1, 4, Basketball 1, 4, Badmin-
ton 3, Hockey 1: Girls' A-Club 3, 4: Circus 3:
Booster Club 4, Sr. Leader. 4.
A boat enthusiast, Johnny's future plans
include a short term in the Air Force and
then an occupation as a mechanic.
Intra. Basketball 2, 3.
MARGARET ELLEN PETTY
Margy's warm smile and radiant plersonality
are only a few of the zgualities that ave made
a person her many riends will always re-
member. She is planning on attending a
nursing school in preparation for her career
as a registered nurse.
WAKE Lit. Comm. 45 Tal. Night 3, 4, V.
Volleyball 2, Intra.: Basketball 2, 4, Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4g Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 4,
Circus 3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4.
THOMAS RICHARD PFEFFER
Rick's sense of comedy has helped make
him one of the best liked boys in t e class. A
student and fine athlete, we look forward to
seeing him make a name for himself in his
chosen field of electronics.
V. Wrestling 3, 4: Intra. Softball 3, 4: Basket-
ball 3, 45 Circus 3, 4.
LUCILLE ANN PHELPS
Lucy is well known throughout AHS 'for
her friendly disposition and outstanding
voice. These are only a few of the qualities
which will help bring her success in her
career as a music teacher.
WAKE: Lit. Comm. 4, Advt. 4, Cir. 45 Traffic
Sq. 43 Tal. Night l, 2, 3, 41 Social Comm. 3,
4, Band 1, 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4g Operetta 25 Jr.
Prom Comm. 3, Intra. Mgr. 3, 45 Booster Club
2, 5, 45 TALLY-HO Typist 43 ET CETERA
Make-up Comm. 43 Lit. Staff 4.
In the one year Mike has attended AHS, he
has made many friends and proved himself a
resourceful worker. Since sailboat racing is
one of Mike's hobbies, we hope that his life
is smooth sailing.
. O "1
RICHARD TIMOTP9- PHILLIPS
At present Tim plansfto study conspucgmi
at Michigan State College, e etfoe in
gymnastics and his ?rriic nse of Kumor
will surely heh: him chieve his goal.
Talent Night 23 Circus 3, 4g"l'raflic Sq. 45
Band 2. 3, 4. ,s ,N X 1
SHARON LEE PHILLIPS
Much of Sharon's time is used in working
for her church MYF and the Ladies Auxiliary.
Her cheerful personality will greatly aid her
in her career as a secretary.
jr. Prom Comm. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 8, 4.
BARBARA ANN PHIPPS
Active in outside activities as well as in
school activities, Bobbie has a fun loving sense
of humor. Among her interests, jazz tops the
list. After high school Bobbie plans an excit-
ing career as an airline stewardess.
Talent Night 3: Social Comm. 2, 85 Chorus
1, 2, 3, 41 Operetta 2.
KATHERINE IRENE PLITT
One of our most active seniors, Kathy has
excellent leadership ability which has given
her an outstanding school record. She's the
young lady who gets things going and kee s
them working smoothly. There's no dougt
that she'll be a success as a medical secretary.
H.R. Rep. 2, 3, Alt. 45 Tal. Night 2, 3, 45
Asm. Comm. 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3: Operetta 21
jr. Prom. Comm. Chmn. 3: Intra. Basketball
2: Hockey 2: Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 43 Circus 3:
Booster Club 3, 45 Cheerleader J. V. 2, V. 3, 4.
JAMES LEE POWER
Gus is headed for Canson Newman College
where he will study sociology in preparation
for becoming a missionary. With his varied
interests Gus will do well in this field.
Monitor Sq. 23 Tal. Night 4, Band 2, 3, 45
Dixieland Band 3, 43 German Band 3, 4g V.
Soccer lg J. V. Football 2, 41 Basketball 2:
Statistician for V. Basketball 45 Lacrosse 4.
ONARD I LIAM PRICE
Xgvccime AHS rn hrs Junior year
1 nclu es the aval Academy in his future
S a . . . . ,
ns. Golf an other sports are his main
WAKE Cir. ' afe. Helper 45 Booster Club 4.
ARTHUR WILLARD PUTNAM
"Putty" is bound for the Coast Guard Acad-
emy in Connecticut. An active member of his
Methodist Youth Fellowship his friendliness
will help him anywhere.
All of the many friends Roz has made in
her senior year at AHS will remember her
pleasant friendliness. We are sure that if her
plans as an airline hostess are carried through
she will be one of the finest.
PATRICIA LEE RAGAN
Hailing from our nation's capital this ac-
tive senior plans to become a social worker.
Her varied interests ensure success at the
University of Maryland.
H.R. Alt. 2: ET CETERA 4: Social Comm. 2,
4g Future Homemakers of America 3, 49 In-
tra.: Softball 1, Basketball 1, Volleyball l.
BOLTON HALE RANKIN
Buster, our famed athlete, has brought
many victories to AHS. He plans to attend
college in preiparation for becoming a teacher
of physica e ucation. His skill in all sports
plus his fine personality will certainly bring
Jr. Civitan 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3:
Lacrosse 2, 3, 43 Intra.: Softball 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 43 Athle. Rep. 2, 3. 45
Boys' A-Club 2, 3, 4.
EDWARD ERLE RAY
Eddie doesn't have any plans for the future,
but his winning personality will surely be an
asset to him in any field he chooses.
PATRICIA ANN RAYHART
Patty, an Annapolitan, has a warm smile at
all times. Her ability to mix well with people
will aid her greatly in her career as a secre-
ET CETERA 45 Softball lp Basketball lg
Volleyball lg Future Homemakers of America
3, 45 Social Comm. 43 Archery 4.
CAROLYN LOUISE RECK
Carol can best be described as fun loving.
Good books and records are a part of her in-
terests. Her secretarial career will be greatly
aided by her friendliness and efficiency.
Social Comm. 4, Booster Club 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y
CHARLOTTE JOAN REED
Joan, a talented artist, has done many
things for AHS throughout her years here.
She plans to become a secretary.
Tri-Hi-Y 45 Booster Club 45 Art Service 4:
Tal. Night 4.
SUSAN KAY REED
Lending her leadership ability to a myriad
of activities, Sue has earned a retputation for
dependability. She plans to atten Iunior col-
lege follow by a career as medica secretary.
Class Vice-Pres. 2: Class Sec. 8, 4, WAKE: Pa-
trons 4, Cir. 4: Trafhc Sq. 4: Tal. Night 2, 3.
43 ljr. Prom Comm. Chmn. 3: V. Hockey 8,
Vo leyball 2: Intra.: Softball 4, Basketball 4,
Volleyball 8, 4, Hockey 3, 4: Girls' A-Club 2,
8, 4: Booster Club 2, 8, 4.
WILLIAM JOSEPH REEM
Bill, with his blazin trumpet, came td as
from Roosevelt High School, Honolulu, Ha-
waii. His interest in mechanics will lead him
to columbia Institute for study in the field
of auto mechanics.
Band 3. 4.
Coming to us from Eastern High in Balti-
more, Sue plans to utilize her efficiency in
stenography and typing as a secretary.
Booster Club 4.
SANDRA LEE REMBOLD
Mixtures, emulsions, liniments, cough syr-
upls and many more will be mixed by Sandy,
w o is planning to be a pharmacist. This
summer found Sandy working in the Bridg-
way drug store-wonder why? College bein
mandatory for her career, she will attend
WAKE Advt. 31 Social Comm. 2, 5, 41 Chorus
2, 3, 47 Ogeretta 23 Intra.: Basketball 3, 4,
Volleyball , 33 Booster Club 4.
Edna came to AHS from Western High
School in Baltimore. Since her transfer s e
has made friends with everyone by her friend-
ly manner and charming smile. Her summers
are spent working as a 'lpinkien in the hos-
pital but her future is un ecided at this time.
PATRICIA ANN RICHARDSON
"Tally-ho and across the jump we
Pat's main interests lie in horses and ri ing
in horse shows. She plans to be a secretary.
Intra. Softball 2: Hockey 2: Basketball 8.
THOMAS LINTON RIDGE
A newcomer to AHS, Tom comes to us
from Glen Burnie High. His main interests
include swimming an baseball. So far, his
career is undecided, but we wish him luck in
JOAN MARIE RITTER
Artist joan has a natural flair for color and
paintings. This native Baltimorian came to
us from Milford High School. joan plans to
attend nursing school.
WAKE: Advt. 3, 4, Patrons 43 Social Comm.
43 Devotions 43 Chorus 3, 43 Intra. Softball 13
Booster Club 43 Art Service 2, 4.
EDWARD WALLACE ROBERTS
Eddie has been one of our leading athletes
during his years at AHS. A major partici ant
in almost every sport, he has done much to
make the Panthers victorious. Eddie intends
to go to the Naval Academy.
V. Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Lacrosse 3,
43 Wrestling 3, 43 Intra.: Softball 2, 43 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2: Soccer 23 Boys' A-
Club 43 Booster Club 3.
MARLENE ANN ROBERTSON
Pretty, ambitious and intelligent-all these
will be assets to Lenie's future as a nurse.
She plans on attending a nursing school in
Washington, D. C.
WAKE: Advt. 43 Sr. Write-Ups 43 Typing-I43
Traffic Sq. 43 Tal. Night 3, 43 TALLY- O
Typist 43 Social Comm. 2, 3, 43 Office Helper
43 Devotions 43 jr. Prom. Comm. 33 Booster
Club 3, 43 Tri-H1-Y 2. 3, 4g Art Services 43 ET
CETERA 3, 43
FRANCIS WILLIAM ROESLER, JR.
Coming to Annapolis High this year from
Severn Prep School, Bill added much to our
school spirit. He plans to study for a career
in engineering at Colgate College.
DAVID ANDREW ROGERS
Dave came to us this year from Charlotte
Hall where he was active in both football and
lacrosse. A career in electrical engineering is
in sight for him.
ROXIE DIANE ROGERS
A flash of light, a cloud of dust with a
basketball signifies one of our outstanding
athletes, Roxie Rogers. A member of the Girls'
A-Club she has distin uished herself through
her expert athletic agility. Although sports
are one of her main interests, homemaking
will occupy most of her time after graduation.
Asm. Comm. 2, 33 Basketball 2, 33 Hockey 2,
31 Softball 2, 3: Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM SAUNDERS RONSAVILLE
"Ban-n-n-d Atten-ntion-n" is a familiar
sound to anyone who knows Buddy, for he is
Drum Major for AHS. Buddty has been very
active in the musical side o school and his
future plans include a major in music at the
University of Michigan unless "Uncle Sam"
gets him first.
Tal. Night 3, 43 Cafe. Helper 33 Band OE. l,
2, 3, 43 Drum Major 43 Circus 2, 3, 4.
RONA ZEL ROSENBLOOM
A thimbleful of energy, Ronie is a good
student and active member of just a out
eve thing. She is certain to attain both
schgastic and extra-curricular eminence at
the University of Maryland.
WAKE Patrons 43 TALLY-HO Bus. M . 43
Honor Society 3, 43 Tal. Night 2, 3 43 E:-:cial
Comm. Chmn. 23 Traffic Sq. 43 Social Comm.
Off. 3, 43 Band 2: Chorus 43 jr. Prom Comm.
33 Intra. Mgr. 33 V. Team Mgr. Hockey 33
Basketball 23 Girls' A-Club 2, 3, 43 Circus 33
Booster Club 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH LEE ROSS
Judy is a transfer from Quaker Valley High
where she was very active and received several
awards. With her interests in dancing and
acting she hopes to become one of the
Colonial Players. She plans to pursue a nurs-
WAKE Patrons 43 Tal. Night 43
DEANNA ALMA SANTOS
Dee's summer job as a typist and her ex-
perience in the school office along with her
personality will help make her a successful
secretary after graduation.
H.R. Rep. 2, Alt. 35 Office Helper 45 J. V.
Basketball 2: Intra. Basketball 2: Girls' A-
NANCY CHRISTINE SAUNDERS
Nancy, one of our many active seniors, en-
joys basketball and roller skating. Nancy, too,
is a future secretary.
Chorus 2, 45 Operetta 25 J. V. Basketball 2:
Intra.: Basketball 2, Hockey 2.
GAIL LANCASTER SCHILLING
A native Baltimorian, Gail with her spark-
ling personality, is a valuable member of the
senior class. Her future plans include a major
in home economics at the University of Mary-
H.R. Rep. 15 WAKE Cir. 45 Traffic Sq. 4: Tal.
Night 45 FHA 35 Booster Club 4.
WILLIAM LOUIS SCHMIDT
Energetic and po ular with his team mates,
Bill is often found, on the athletic fields of
AHS. His future plans include college with
his eye on becoming an architect.
V. Soccer 45 V. Lacrosse 2, 3, 45 Intra.: Soft-
ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 45 V. Football
Mgr. 3, 45 Boys' A-Club 3, 4.
JUDYTH AN N ROSSEE
After a liberal education in junior college,
Judi, who has been one of our more notable
students, plans to take off into the wild blue
yonder as an airline hostess.
WAKE: Asst. Makeeup Ed. 4, Advt. 2, 35 lland
I5 Intra.: Basketball 3, Hockey 35 Booster
Club 3, 45 Chorus 35 Jr. Prom Comm. Chmn.
35 Monitor Sq. 2: Assembly Comm. Chmn. 4.
BARBARA CLAIRE RUBIN
Friendly, dark-haired Barb is interested in
drawing. However her post-graduation plans
will include business college and secretarial
Tal. Night 2: Social Comm. 25 Make-up
DOROTHY LEE SADLER
Perl, fun-loving Dottie is well-liked by all.
An asset to any chorus, she plans to further
her musical interests at the Peabody Con-
WAKE: Advt. 25 Patrons 4: Sr. Write-ups 45
Talent Night 45 Social Comm. 45 Asst. to
Attend. 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2: In-
tra.: Basketball l, Volleyball l5 Booster Club
.xLToN JAMES SADLER
Jim, a great sports fan, has always been
known as the life of the party. He plans to go
to Johns Hopkins to study engineering.
FERN CAROLYN SANDROCK
Fern's sparkling nature is known to every-
one. Participating in all phases of AHS activ-
ities has kept her busy during her three years
here. Fern plans to attend a school of nursing
WAKE: Cir. Comm. 4, Sr. Write-ups Comm.
45 Booster Club 2, 45 Social Comm. 2, 35 J. V.
Hockey 25 Intra. Hockey 2, 3, 45 Circus 2, 35
Tal. Night 2, 3, 4: Jr. Prom Comm. 3.
MARJORIE MAE SCHWALLENBERC
Margie is quite at home on the athletic field
and is known by all of us for her outstanding
athletic record. Having worked during the
summer as a bookkeeper she is well on her
way to becoming an efficient secretary.
V. Hockey 3: J. V. Basketball 23 Intra. Basket-
ball 2, 3, Hockey 3: A-Club 2, 3.
PATRICIA CREE SCHWALLENBERG
"Trish's" efficiency in bookkeeping has won
her the responsible job of balancing the books
as school treasurer. With this experience she
is sure to become a competent secretary.
School Treasurer 4.
JAMES WALTER SCIBLE
Scib, better known as Mr. Athlete AHS,
plans on majoring in phys. ed. He has picked
Shepard in West Virginia as his college. After-
wards he plans to join the Marines.
H.R. Rep. 2, 3, 45 V.: Football 2, 5, 4, La-
crosse 2, 3. 4, Wrestling 35 IHUH-I Softball 2,
3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4.
JANICE FAY SCOTT
Hailing -from West Virginia, Jan won the
hearts of Marylanders with her pleasant per-
sonality and winning smile. Her hobbies range
from collecting records to oil painting. In the
fixture she plans to become a beautician.
WILLIAM REGINALD SEABROOK
Interested in anything pertaining to science,
Bill has plans in the field of electrical engi-
Band 3, 4.
.g 'sr .
BARBARA LEE SEARS
Pretty, perky Barbara is well-known to
many of us as she is often seen working in the
oflice. Interested in medicine she plans to be
an X-ray technician or medical secretary.
Circus 2: Ofiice Helper 4: Make-up Comm. 4.
ELVIN ARLAN SEARS
"Sizzle" has been a great asset to the ath-
letic program of AHS, mainly because he
enjoys all types of sports. At present his fu-
ture plans are undecided.
Intra.: Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
LINDA JUNE SHAWN
Shawnee's Congeniality and superior ability
in sports are certain to bring her success in
her future career as a physical education
H.R. Alt. 45 WAKE: Patrons 4, Cir. 45 Tal.
Night 2, 3, 41 Social Comm. 2, 3, 45 Devotions
3, 4g Jr. Prom Comm. 5: V. Softball 25 J. V.
Hockey 2, 3, 4: Intra. Hockey 2, 3, 45 J. V.
Mgr. 25 Circus 35 Booster Club 2, 3, 4.
ANNE BEVERLEY SHERER
Anne has taken part in a wide range of
activities, and the experience gained from
these coupled with a personality that can't be
beat is sure to make her future a successful
H.R. Alt. 2: Quill and Scroll 3, 45 WAKE
Associate Ed. 4, Traffic Sq. Off. 43 Monitor Sq.
23 Tal. Night 3: TALLY-HO: Asst. Ed. 3,
Reporter 2, 43 Band 2, 33 Chorus 4.
BARBARA LEE SHIROKY
This water sports enthusiast has a sparkling
wit that has won her a great many friends
at AHS. She plans to do ollice work and is
sure to keep her co-workers laughing.
Talent Night 43 Social Comm. 43 Chorus 2,
5, 4g Operetta 25 Booster Club 3, 45 WAKE Sr.
Write-up Comm. 4.
JULIA ANNE SHULMISTER
This true Georgia peach plans to study medi-
cine at Washington College. Julie will long
be remembered for her witticisms, which
have kept us in stitches.
WAKE Advt. 4: Booster Club 4.
CAROLE JEAN SIMMONS
Petite Carole with her radiant personality
is well-liked throughout AHS. Her qualifica-
tions are sure to make her a success as a
Social Comm. 3, 4g Chorus 2: Operetta 2:
Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Booster Club 2, 3, 4.
LORETTA SUE SIMPSON
With her pleasing voice and winning man-
ner Susie is well ualified for her future oc-
cupation as a telephone operator.
WAKE Patrons 43 Chorus 2, 4.
ANDREW VELPOE SMITH
Andy's versatile capability and good nature
will surely make him as polpular in the
coming years as they have in t e past. Andy
plans to be an engineering major in college.
H. R. Rep. 3: Traflic Sq. Off. 4: V. Soccer 43
J. V. Soccer 3: Basketball 2, 85 Intra.: Soft-
ball 33 Team Mgr. V. 2: J. V. 2.
CAROL LARUE SMITH
Athletically inclined, sports have played. a
leading role in Carol's school l1fe..0uts1de
of school she enjoys horseback riding. She
hopes for a future as an airline hostess.
Chorus 1, 2, 83 Operetta 2: J. V. Basketball l,
2, 3: J. V. Volleyball lg Girl's A-Club 8:
Biology Asst. 4.
CLARENCE EDWARD SMITH
Interested in boats and cars and headed for
the Coast Guard after graduation, Smitty,
though outwardly reserved in school, is known
by his friends for his jesting. He plans to
J. v. Mgr. 2.
NORMA LEE SMITH
Smitty, with her whimsical ways and her
continual vigor, envelops those around her
in an air of gaiety. She plans to study beauty
Chorus 2, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
RUSSEL RODGER SMITH
Classroom witticisms seem to be Russ' special-
ty. As a trombonist in our band he has
given a rousing boost to school life. Next fall
will find him at the University of Maryland.
Tal. Night 2. 3, 4: Band 2, 8, 4: Wrestling
2, 3, 4: Circus 2, 8. 4.
ALFRED THOMAS SMITH
Tommy with his comedian ways and win-
some disposition has captivated many friends.
His future plans include a tour in the Army
after which he hopes to become a contractor.
NORMA JEAN SN ODGRASS
Norma transfered from Flatwood High to
Annapolis this year. She plans to be a secre-
HARRIET LYNN SNYDER
Vivacious Harriet has taken an active part
in various high school activities. Her future
goal, teaching, will undoubtably be reached
due to her capability and amiable disposition.
WAKE: Advt. 4, Patrons 43 Traffic Sq. 23 Tal.
Ni ht 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Intra.: Basketball
2, 5, 4, Hockey 3, 43 Booster Club 2, 43 J. V.
Hockey 2g Trampoline 2, 33 Property Comm.
for Operetta 2.
ROBIN BELL STALLINGS
Robin's twinkling toes, and sparkling per-
sonality will dance her along life's highway
on a silver cloud. She hopes to teach dancing.
WAKE Patrons 4g Phys. Ed. Office Helper 4g
J. V. Basketball Capt. 33 V. Basketball 3, 43
Intra.: Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soc-
cer 2, 3: Girls' A-Club 3, 43 Circus 3, 43
Booster Club 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2.
RAYMOND RUSSEL STEVENS
joining the Air Force is I-'rog's plan for the
future. Boating and swimming rate high with
V. Football 2. 3: Wrestling 33 Band 4.
GLADYS RUBY STINE
Cheerful Gladys always seems to have a
smile on hand for everyone. She plans to
become a housewife.
Chorus 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2.
LOIS ADELE STOCKETT
Lois, talented in science and math, has
added much to AHS. Quiet but a great
friend, she plans to study chemistry or physics
H.R. Alt. 33 Honor Society 3, 43 Quill and
Scroll 43 Traffic Sq. 43 TALLY-HO: Asst. As-
sociate Ed. 33 Rep. 2, 33 Social Comm. 33 In-
tra.: Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Archery 3.
PATRICIA LEE STOCKETT
You name the sport and chances are Pat has
pla ed itl She is especially fond of shooting
and! tennis. Pat's ready smile will be misse
at AHS when she leaves to study medical
technology at a junior college.
V. Basketball 33 jr. V. Basketball 33 Intra.:
Softball 3, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Hockey
3, Girls' A'Club 3, 4: Circus 3.
CAROL ANN STOLL
Many of our organizations know Carol as a
willing worker who does her job well. With
elementary education as her chosen career,
she plans to attend Towson State Teachers
WAKE: Cir. Mgr. 43 Sr. Write-ups 43 Trafhc
Sq. 43 Talent Night 43 Cafe. Helper 33 Chorus
2, 3, 43 Operetta 23 jr. Prom Comm. 33 Moni-
tor Sq. 33 ET CETERA Bus. Staff 4.
HELENE MARGO STRAUSS
An excellent student and a very active mem-
ber of many extra curricular activities, Helene
plans a liberal arts program in college. Her
outside interests are headed by water skiing.
Honor Society 3, 43 Traffic Sq. 43 Tal. Night
2, 8, 4: TALLY-HO Bus. Staff 2, 3, 45 Social
Comm. 2, 8, 43 Jr. Prom Comm. 33 Intra.:
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 3, 4, Hockey 85
J. V. Mgr. 21 A-Club 2, 3, 4g Circus 2, 3, 4g
Booster Club 2, 3, 4.
GLORIA JEAN SULLIVAN
Among Jean's interests skating, photography,
and cooking have priority. Her contributions
in the field of music have made her known
to many students.
WAKE: Patrons 4, Typing 43 Chorus l, 2. 3:
THOMAS BURTON SULLIVAN
Tom has proved himself quite valuable in
varsity soccer. His combination of pleasant
manner and capability are bound to make
him a success at the University of Maryland,
where he plans to major in mathematics.
V. Soccer 35 Intra.: Softball l, 2, Basketball
l, 2, 3, Volleyball l.
PAT DAWN TANNER
Pat, an ardent music participant at AHS,
would like to attend Peabody Conservatory.
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Operetta l.
LINDA ELIZABETH TATUM
Linn is an addition to our high school this
year from Bethesda-Chevy Chase. Her hob-
bies and interests range from sailing and
hockey to photography. She plans to attend
the University of Maryland.
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 8, 4.
RALPH FREDERICK TAYLOR
Fred, whose out of school activities include
the Air Force, wants to become an electrical
engineer upon graduation from college.
Traffic Sq. 4, Tal. Night 3, 43 Band 1. 2, 3. 4.
JAMES OLIVER THOMAS
Ollie, well-known for his winning personality,
will attend Washington and Lee University
to study medicine.
H.R. Rep. 3, Alt. 4: Boys' A-Club 4: Booster
Club 2, SQ Band 2, 3: jr. Prom Comm. 3:
V. Soccer 3.
NANCY ELIZABETH THOMAS
Nancy hopes to study science at Western
Mary and in preparation for a career as a
Tralhc Sq. 4: Band 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
BARBARA ANNE THOMASON
Small and enthusiastic, Barb is an avid mem-
ber of all singing activities. She is undecided
as to what college she will attend, but hopes
to study Christian education.
Asst. to Attend. 41 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Operetta
2: WAKE Patrons 4.
WILLIAM ANDERSON TONGUE
Waterskiing, hunting and swimming rate high
with Bill. After graduation his plans include
the University of Maryland and the Air Force
Oiiice Helper 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Circus 3.
EMILY ANN TOSKOV
Emily, whose interests range from skiing to
dancing, hopes to have the important career
of a housewife after graduation.
ELEANOR BARBARA TRAYLOR
This ambitious senior, with a sunny person-
ality, has added much to AHS. She will at-
tend Florida University this fall.
WAKE: Advt. 3: Cir. 3: Talent Night 2, 3, 43
Intra.: Hockey 23 Girl's A-Club 3, 43 Circus
33 Booster Club 3, 43 Modern Dance 2, 3, 43
Intra.: Archery 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH JOAN TROTTER
Betsy has added much to the AHS band with
her clarinet. A native Baltimorian, she wants
to study nursing after graduation.
jr. Prom Comm. 33 Band 3, 43 Intra.: Volley-
ball 3, Badminton 33 Booster Club 4.
Car0l's enthusiasm for working as a summer
camp counselor provides her.with a back-
ground for her future occupation as a teach-
er. She hopes to attend Towson.
Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Social Comm. 43 Tal.
Night 33 Patrons 43 Art Service 3.
MARIAN VAN DEN BERG
Marian, an attractive brunette, has been ai
active participant in our athletic program
She has won many friends with her brighw
personality and sense of humor. Marian plan:
to attend a junior college and wants a careei
as a teacher or a medical secretary.
H.R. Rep. 43 WAKE Cir. 43 Tal. Night 3, 4
Intra.: Hockey, Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball
4, Trampoline, Tumbling, Modern Dance 3
43 Circus 3, 43 Booster Club 3, 43 jr. Leader
33 Sr. Leader 4.
MERRITT ANSEL VAUGHN
Chucks' main activities, both inside and out
side of school, are sports. He particularly en
joys baseball, football, tennis, hunting, ant
fishing. Chuck plans to attend Richmond Pro
fessional Institute where he will study in th4
field of commercial art.
Baseball 33 Track 3, 4.
TIMOTHY RAMON WAKEMAN
Timmy, who hails from Portsmouth, Virginia
is active in the AHS band. A scribe for De-
Molay, his main interests are boats and elecr
tronics. He is seriously considering a naval
career via the Naval Academy.
Band 2, 3, 43 Traffic Sq. 43 Tal. Night 3.
BONNIE DUVAL WATERS
A line here, a line there, and Bonnie ha:
created another drawing. Our Tally-Ho car
toonist is well-known for her ability. Bonnie
plans to attend Towson State Teacher's Col'
lege to prepare for a teaching career.
Quill and Scroll 43 Monitor Sq. 33 WAKE
Cir. 43 TALLY-HO: Reporter 2, 33 Cartoonisl
3, 43 Social Comm. 2,, 3, 43 Intra. Mgr. 3
jr. Prom Comm. 33 Booster Club 2, 3, 43
Trailic Sq. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4.
ROBERT MALCOLM WHITE
Bob is an active participant in sports and
when only a freshman he received the Good
Sportsmanship Award. He is planning a career
in the Air Force: we wish im success as a
Otlice Helper 4: Intra.: Softball 3, 43 Basket-
ball 8, 4.
SUSAN ROSS WILLIAMS
Attractive, personable Sue is really on the
ball. Her vivacity, and vigor are great assets
to AHS. Her ho by is music. She wishes to
attend a girls' college and major in math and
H.R. Alt. 23 WAKE: Sr. Write-up Ed. 4, Advt.
3: jr. Prom Comm. 3: Social Comm. 23 J. V.
Hockey 8: Archery 43 Intra. Hockey 35 Booster
Club 3, 4.
MARY EDITH WILSON
Sports are this senior's cup of tea. Even
though articipating in school activities takes
u much of her time, she still enjoys reading
which is her favorite hobby. Mary plans to
be a secretary.
Intra. Basketball 2, 8: Jr. Leader 8: Circus 8.
KATHLEEN ALICE WILSON
A native of Colorado, this western gal came
to AHS in the tenth grade. In prefparation for
teaching, Kay hopes to attend Al red Univer-
sity in New York.
WAKE Sr. Write-up Comm. 4: Band 4: FHA
3: Booster Club 3, 4.
LEROY GUY WILSON
Leroy has come to us from Calvin Coolidge
High School. Although he is reserved until
you know him, he is a great friend and
always willing to help. Leroy plans to study
mechanical engineering in co lege.
Band l, 2, 3.
NANCY BONNER WILSON
Bonny's active enthusiasm for all AHS ac-
tivities and warm ersonality were recognized
by the student bociy as she was elected to the
Homecoming Court. Her assets will surely
make her a success in the future.
H.R. Alt. 3: WAKE Patrons 43 Trailic Squad
43 Tal. Night 2, 8, 43 Social Comm. 2: Devo-
tions 2, 3: Jr. Prom Comm. Chmn. 3: J. V.
Basketball 2: Girls' A-Club 2, 8, 45 Circus 2,
3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4: Cheerleader: J. V.
Junior 2, J. V. Captain 8, V. 4: Homecoming
NANCY CAROLE WILSON
Nancy is sure to make a success out of
teaching elementary school. Her radiant smile
and friendly disposition will always be re-
membered by her fellow classmates.
H.R. Rep. 23 WAKE: Make-up 4, Advt. 2, 3,
Cir. 4: Social Comm. 4: jr. Prom Comm. 8:
Booster Club 2, 41 Tal. Night 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4:
DAVID CLAY WOLFORD
Dave has been, is now, and always will be
an avid booster of AHS activities. This ener-
getic senior plans to go into foreign service
WAKE: Lit. Comm. 4, Advt. 4, Patrons 4, Cir.
4, Sr. Write-up 4: Talent Ni ht 4: TALLY-
HO: Rep. 8, 4: Bus. Staff 4: gocial Comm. 2,
8, 4: jr. Prom Comm. 3: Intra. Softball 2:
Booster Club 5, 4: Costume Comm. 4.
CHARLOTTE MARIE WOOD
Active in sports and school organizations,
Char's is a familiar face among the crowd at
AHS. The 5 R's hold a future for her at
LOIS BARBARA ZELKO
Lois has a sparkling personality and a friend-
ly wink for all she passes in the halls. This
carefree senior is sure to be a success as an
WAKE: Sr. Write-up Comm. 43 Tal. Night 43
Cafe. Helper 33 ET CETERA 4.
Although still undecided about her career,
jackie may wind up "in the clouds." She has
all the qualifications for becoming a good
hostess in the home as well as the air.
WAKE: Advt. 43 Social Comm. 43 Future
Homemakers of America 83 Booster Club 3, 4.
Our procession of the rich and wise.
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Voice of Democracy contest.
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The junior class this year was made up of espe-
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immense vitality and school spirit have been evi-
dent as the members of the class of '60 contributed
to publications, the sports program, and honor or-
Competently led by Bill I-Iunkapillar, Presi-
dentg John Alton, Vice-Presidentg Carol Davis,
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lst Row: Dave Brown, president: Arden Anderson, sec
retaryg 2nd Row: joe Nicewarner, vice-president: Herb
Mr. Jones, sophomore advisor.
The class of 1961 holds the distinction of being
the largest group of students ever to enter Anna-
polis High School. The immensity of their spirit
and vitality, in addition to their size, have en-
abled them to contribute a great deal to our school.
The sophomores have come out in force to
support all the extra-curricular activities. They
have participated in sports, clubs, and school pub-
lications. Good workers and capable students, the
class has been ably headed by Dave Brown, presi-
dent, Joe Nicewarner, vice-presidentg Arden An-
secretaryg and Herb Wilson, treasurer.
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After completing a year's study of federal, state,
and local governments, the new arrivals at Anna-
polis High are often surprised when they learn
they will be covering the history of the entire
world in one year. They find that this vast study
includes prehistoric times, the early Romans and
Greeks, the days of feudalism, and also the World
Wars of the twentieth century.
In the past the juniors of Annapolis were offered
American history up to and including the Recon-
struction. Seniors concluded this course by learn-
ing about the growth of American culture, and the
maturing of the United States as a world power.
The Class of 1959 is the last to be offered the
course in this manner. In the future American
history will be completed in the junior year and
the seniors will study "Problems of Democracy."
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Christina Alexander Frank W. Draper M
Nancy Durig Mary Louise Hicks
Eleanor Moore Art ur G. Tassey
Hawaii our next state.
When did the Dead Sea die?
Did you say you'rc going to Alaska, janet?
The "American Observer," a current events
paper used by the eleventh and twelfth grade stu-
dents as a supplement to their regular history text,
is distributed once a week. It contains two major
articles every issue. One usually deals with a
foreign crisis and the other with a domestic prob-
lem. In addition to these articles, it offers news
briefs, jokes, and a feature article. This paper is
very helpful in keeping students up-to-date with
the wor1d's news.
See, it's still round!
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Beverly Barron, Marie Bradford, Katharine Cox, Miriam
Culp, Elizabeth Davis, Dorothy Perry, Esther Travis, Lois
E. Wrisley fLibrarianj.
"Double, double toil and trouble!"
Classes in English offer study in the four areas
of language arts: speaking, listening, writing,
and readingg but the general aim in all grades
is the same-to enable pupils to use English as
a means of personal development and as an in-
strument of social competence.
Short stories, poetry, novels dramas, essays,
and biographies are studied to encourage desir-
able reading habits, to develop discrimination
in reading tastes, and to learn to interpret liter-
Attention is given to the mechanics of writ-
ing, such as punctuation, capitalization, and
manuscript form. Opportunity for creative ex-
pression is provided.
"Et tu Brute?"
Journalists look over copies of TALLY-HO
They're pushing adult westems again!
, f -XX 7 "That this government of the people . .
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Chester B. Graham Helen Searls
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Of the foreign and classical languages, three are
offered at Annapolis High School: Latin, French,
Latin, the basis of the Romance languages, is
offered for four years. This is valuable in English
classes and in the study of other foreign languages.
A student may take four years of French which
encompasses not only fundamental grammar, but
also emphasizes correct speaking of the language
and a study of the French people, customs, and
Two years of Spanish are offered in which
grammar, oral reading, speaking, and translation
Through the study of these languages the stu-
dent learns a respect and understanding of people
in other countries.
Passez-moi le tack de thumb.
Great Caesar's ghost!
.IUPITER C EXPLDRER
M THEM TIES
Because this is an era of sputniks and lunar
rockets, it is not hard for students to realize how
very important mathematical subjects are. At
Annapolis basic and advanced mathematics have
a definite place in the curriculum. To build a
background toward more difficult mathematics,
and a clearer, more logical way of thinking
Algebra I and II and Plane Geometry are of-
fered. For the first time this year there were
classes in college algebra and analytic geometry
as well as the usual solid geometry and trigo-
nometry for the advanced student. Business
mathematics is offered for use in commercial
Anthony Bischoff joseph E. Coe
Clarence Jennings Edward T. Jones Calvin Rogers
You see triangles with right angles are special.
If you aren't mathematically minded, don't look.
Virginia Langdon Chester A. Peregoy Joyce Tilghman
Harry Earle Patricia Kilbert
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This will make an attractive display.
The science department at Annapolis High
thoroughly covers its field.
Biology, a required subject of sophomores, is
the study of the living world. Besides hearing lec-
tures and studying their textbooks, students dis-
sect typical vertebrates and invertebrates.
The chemistry course includes work in writing
and balancing equations, laboratory experiments,
slide-rule computations, and elementary qualita-
Zoology and physics are open to seniors. Stu-
dents studying zoology consider in some detail
the fundamental aspects of the animal world.
Physics gives the pupil a knowledge and apprecia-
tion of the physical world about him.
For the eleventh and twelfth grades in the com-
mercial and general curriculums, senior science is
off d. This course gives a general knowledge of
ysical and chemical principles and their relation
to daily lives.
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I hope it works this time.
The Science Fair exhibit is held every year in
the spring at the Annapolis Junior High School
Auditorium. It consists of projects contributed by
members of the science classes. Three prizes are
given in each category.
Carroll plays before an assembly.
The music program of AHS develops an under-
standing and a feeling for music as well as an
appreciation of its historical changes and growth.
Choral music, band, and music theory are of-
fered to those qualifying. These classes increase
ability to perform as well as to apply the knowl-
edge of fundamentals.
Singing for assemblies and various civic organi-
zations is part of the chorus members' yearly ex-
The instrumental music department offers a
wide variety of musical opportunities from the
beginning instrument classes to advanced groups
such as the marching band and dance band.
Now, are there two sharps in this?
This year, as in preceding years, our school has
benefited from the services of the art department.
Scenery for plays, signs, and posters all receive the
attention of the art classes.
The art courses have a three-fold purpose: to
develop creativity in the student, to acquaint the
pupil with the numerous media used in the art
world of today, and to provide him with a knowl-
edge and appreciation of art both past and present.
Sophomore art students work for skill in letter-
ing, making lay-outs, and figure drawing as well
as in leather tooling and woodcarving. Upper-
classmen strive for a variety of techniques in
watercolor, oil, pastels, and cut paper.
Painting scenery for the Christmas play.
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Henrietta Carpenter Frank Evans
Margaret Hoke Stella Morris
CUMMEHEI L HTS
In the Commercial Department our future sec-
retaries and businessmen learn the fundamentals
of office Work.
Stenography I and II teach students to read
shorthand as rapidly and intelligently as printing
and to write material from dictation.
As an aid in homework or a future job, Typing
I is offered to all students. For greater efficiency,
Typing II may be elected.
Bookkeeping, as taught at AHS, is useful not
only in the business world, but in one's personal
life in keeping records at home, helping with the
accounts of social clubs, and similar duties.
Two other courses, business arithmetic and
office training, are commercial electives.
Searching for the missing folder.
Girls practice the use of clcctric typcwritcrs.
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Students learn the proper way to answer Rl phone
in an office.
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SEP L HTS
The Home Economics Department is the scene
of much activity as high school students prepare
for careers as homemakers. Sophomores receive
varied general training in numerous fields. Quali-
fied upperclassmen are offered advanced clothing
and food study.
The busy racket of young men learning the
tricks of their trade greets one as he enters the
shop building. Here members of all three grades
learn to master the intricacies of metal spinning,
lampmaking, mechanical drawing, and Wood
Lawrence Bonari john J. Bowling
Jay Orr Madge Gardener Young
Spinning metal is a part of shop work.
Girls often prepare cookies for school dances and teas
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The physical education classes try to develop
vigor, strength, co-ordination, and desirable atti-
tudes toward physical activity.
In the tenth grade, stress is laid on the mastery
of the basic fundamentals of team and individual
skills. In the eleventh grade the emphasis is on
participation in team games and coaching. The
work in the twelfth grade is primarily the offering
of those activities which will serve as a carry-over
for out-of-school recreation.
A full program is provided including field
hockey, soccer, basketball, tumbling, softball,
volleyball, and track. Instruction in first aid as
Well as classes for junior Leaders and intramural
programs are offered.
It really doesn't hurt!
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we Basil John Jeffries
With its main goal, service to both school and
community, the Student Council has strived to
co-ordinate and enrich all phases of student life.
This organization is democratic in scope and it
ssssc governs all student activities. It has three branches
-executive, legislative, and judicial. The Execu-
tive Council, composed of Student Council offi-
cers, class presidents, and the captain of the
Traflic Squad, plans the order of business for
meetings of the entire membership. The legisla-
ture, consisting of representatives from student
homerooms, passes legislation for the improve-
ment ofthe school, and the Student Court enforces
- this legislation in a democratic manner.
Advisors: Miss Durig, Mrs. Alexander, Miss Hicks.
Representatives: Row I: J. Rossee, N. Randolph, V. Hoover, A. Anderson, M. Montgomery, J. Collison, P. Mealey, T. Wood, A. Katsef, I. Wilder, S. Carroll.
Row 2: B. Barry, M. Vandenberg, R. Kirchner, L. Lee, K. Plitt, J. Thomas, J. Scible, W. Ronsaville, L. Tefft. Row 3: K. Catterton, W. Holme, W. Hunka-
piller, J. Rankin, J. Alton, H. Wilson, J. Nicewarner, S. Martin. Row 4: A. Smith, D. Helgerman, H. Stukes, E. Fredland, J. Snyder, C. Brush.
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Money derived from the sale of budget passes
and from Talent Night makes it possible for the
council to reach its goals. A portion of these funds
is distributed to various organizations in school,
thereby allowing them to more fully benefit the
This year under the leadership of President
Owen Basil, the Student Council has had many
worth while projects. A cafeteria clean-up cam-
paign proved to be very successful as did efforts
to have a telephone booth installed in the lower
hall. Plans were drawn up to form an AHS
Through faculty guidance by Mrs. Alexander
and the cooperation of the administration, the
l958-59 Student Council accomplished a great
Betsy Broaddus Carole Hall
Executive Council: B. Broaddus, C. Hall, W. Hunkapiller, D. Brown
O. Basil, W. Holme, j. jeffries, Mrs. Alexander.
Alternates: Row 1: N. Moore, K. Page, L. Fulton, B. Porter, E. Wilsman, G. Lowman. Ron' 2: H. Robinson, j. Buser, B. Wingarder, lf. Baker, M, Ellinger
L. Heise, M. Hartge. Row 3: B. Dollar, J. Thomas, j. Smith, W. Characklis, D. Kelly, K. Catterton, J. Scible.
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. N 2 Activities Editor
Vw' - i Q r Susan Williams
F Senior Write-up Editor
E fi John Jeffries
ix Q J r sports Editor
This is the WAKE-a panorama of 1958-59
Many factors contributed to this finished product.
But most of all it is a record of the accomplish
ments and contributions of the seniors of Anna
polis High School.
This volume required so much "behind the
scene" activity that months were spent thinking, ff"
copy writing, proofreading, cropping, identifying gp
pictures and typing. 7
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Literary Comm.: Row I: C. Lowman, B. Trotter, V. Boyer, R. Rosenbloom, P. Barborka,
E. Wilsman. Row 2: J. Dyer, M. Hendrix, K. Sellner, L. Jones, R. Revell, M. DeMey
M. Robertson, M. Burns, B. Collison. Row 3: O. Basil, C. Dove, D. Wolford, R. Metzger:
H. Strauss, A. Frantum, A. Jones, N. Carter.
Advisors: Miss Culp, Miss Burrall, Mrs. Asher, Miss
Financial Committees: Row I: O. Basil, R. Metzger, G. Boyer, J. Ross, E. Mitchell, R.
Rosenbloom, L. Jones, L. Lankford, J. Shulmeister, M. Hendricks, D. Wolford, M.
Meekins. Row 2: M. Vandenberg, S. Reed, C. Lowman, E. Fowler, J. Hester, J. Rossee.
M. Means, P. Clark, C. Stoll, A. Jennings, A. Jones. Row 3: R. Glover, P. Husted, P.
Jones, M. Robertson, A. Frantum, P. James, J. Wolford, L. Heise, N. Thomas, J. Glover.
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g5,,,,..f Carol Stoll
Each committee worked diligently so that every
deadline could be met. The massive job of or-
ganizing scattered pictures, and drawings kept the
lights in the library burning late.
Financing our yearbook was a problem capably
taken care of by the circulation, patron, and
advertising committees. From August to Decem-
ber these groups worked to provide funds for
Each person who contributed to this year's
WAKE has put forth superior effort to mold this
publication in the tradition of Annapolis High
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c up tonnnnlltc fm I lx. Scllner, wil. Hinton, C. lypists: Row 1: M, Robertson, P. Barborka, CI. Lowman tscatul R u 'P X llinln
ldllfllll inn Ron R Nhtlgct N Hurt, N. Carter, CZ. Dove. M. DeMey, J. Owens, B. Collinson.
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l,lO0fILdKiLIS M nun HCllKlIlX tml Hilda Crisciom make a
Who won the recent elections? Where will the
girls' basketball team play next?
TALLY-HO keeps Annapolis High students
up-to-date on news concerning our school. In each
of its eight issues the newspaper provides interest-
ing accounts of sports events, scholastic achieve-
ment, assemblies, and student opinions.
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Business Stull: R. Roscnbloom S iklllllll IIIIIIBLI lmkclstcm
G. Carle, M. Snyder, H. Strauss
Led by Editor-in-Chief Nancy Moore, the staff
measures, writes, rewrites, checks and rechecks.
Mrs. Bender is the group's advisor.
The business staff, with advisor Francis Evans,
also contributes with the solicitation and prepara-
tion of advertisements needed to Hnance our
SIHHICY Haflvik, PIIOIOKVHI-WFT! B0l1l1i6 WHICTS, Assistant Page Editors: C. Dove, C. Willie, C. Davis, K. Sellner, M. Snyder, S. Kotzin.
Reporters: Row I: R. Moore, M. Finkelstein, K. Grimes, A. Eakens, 12. Wilsman, I.. Heavt-ner, Ron' 2: S. Carroll, B. Demzis, l-Z. Haavik, D. Wolford, C
Gebert. E. Dornheim.
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ET CETERA, the AHS literary magazine, gives
students an opportunity to show their artistic and
creative ability. English classes provide material
which is screened by the literary staff, headed by
Marcia Hendrix, editor-in-chief. Such a publica-
tion affords for the literary minded student a
chance to see his work in print.
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Row 1: E. Fredland, B. Barry, Mrs. Bender, A. Jones, N. Moore. Ron' X Sl rCr B Hlfflg V H IHIDLY I HLN 5 VIH N I Stock
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The Honor Society, spearheaded by President
Carole Hall, accomplished many things this year
including tutoring students and presenting a
unique induction ceremony in March. This or-
ganization also aided many aspects of school life.
Membership in the National Honor Society is
achieved through having excellent grades and
participating in extra-curricular activities. Sopho-
more entrants are placed on probation for one
semester and then, if they are still eligible, they
become full members. All members uphold the
motto which is on their pin-Character, Scholar-
ship, Leadership, and Service.
Row I: B. Broadtlus. Coddington, N. Moore, C. Hall, Mr. H. Earle, L. Heise, jeflries, R. Rosenbloom, Ron' 2: l'. Clark, ll. Legum, R. Revell,
M. Hartgc, L. Katsef, M. Finkelstein, I.. Stockett. Ron' 7: H. Strauss, l'. Ehle, li. Fredland, YV. Hunkapiller, C. Kotzin.
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The Annapolis Chapter of the Future Home-
makers of America is composed of girls who Wish
to have additional experience in planning and
carrying out activities related to homemaking.
Helping the individual to improve personal,
family, and community living is the over-all goal
of the F.H.A. For its rnain activities this year the
chapter has had bake sales, teas, and charity drives.
Row 1: F. Bassford, V.P.3 A. Trader, Parliamentariang L, Turner, Secretaryg F. Haworth, Pres.
Row 2: B. Gaither, Historian, Mrs. Young, Adviser: C. Wood. Row 3: I.. Hubbard, C. Nichols,
The students of this group spend one period
each day in the library. Here they help the librar-
ian by checking books in and out, typing, and
marking and covering books. Some assistants who
have also learned to operate the visual aids equip-
ment can often be found showing movies in classes
around the school.
Seated: E. Haavik, P. Barborkn. Stzmding: L. Heise, H. Myers, A. jones, W.
Ron' I: I. McNew, S. lNlnsterman, M. lfinklestein. Ron'
Wycherly, N. lNlctIuhhin, M. jordan, Y. Joyce, XV. Price.
Ogicers: M. Means, .L Sherer, li. Mitchell, l.. Mclklann,
B. Barry, H. Criscom, .L Smith.
Wearing the maroon arm band as a symbol of
authority, our Traflic Squad may be seen at vari-
ous positions in AHS halls striving to maintain
peace and quiet. This is accomplished by issuing
tickets to noisy or disorderly students. Seniors who
are active in school affairs and who maintain
average or above grades qualify for membership
in this squad. After meeting faculty approval, they
are finally selected and directed by Mr. Calvin
Row I: J. King, T. Wakeman, R. Metzger, F. Taylor, K. Asher, R, Lynch. Row 2.' M. DeMey, E. Mitchell, B. Barry, M. Means, ,X. Smith, A.
Sherer, L. McMann, H. Griscom. Row 3: Mr. C. Rogers, l.. Phelps, C, I.owman. B. Broaddus, J. Hester, R. Rosenbloom, N. Moore, li. Harris, l..
Stockett, G. Schilling, N. Thomas, M. Hendrix, C. Stoll. Ron' 4: W. Hamner, H. Strauss, B. Legum, M. Robertson, S. Reed, A. jones, ll. Wilson,
B. Jani. Ron' 5: B. Waters, A. Frantnm, G. Cantler, il. Clover, R. Glover, I.. Heise, D. Dawson, C. Kotvin, C. Hall.
Assemblies provide an opportunity for students committee planned a diversified and enriching
to display their talents as Well as to receive culture schedule of programs.
imparted by outside speakers. The assembly
.X speaker ill 'I'l1nnksgiViUK- "The assembly this morning will be ..,...... "
David carclws 40 winks. --1,-fs 110 Axnnqlmligw'
Uncle tells us why the chimes rang. He Ihm EWCS fhCf'ffUllY glws twill'-
"Ah, Yes, I Remember It Well."
"We Vvere Not Too Old."
"With a Song in My Heart.
One of the highspots of the school year at AHS
is Talent Night. This year our talent show had as
its theme Shozuboat 1058. The show opened with a
girls' chorus, composed of Tri-Hi-Y members,
singing a medley of songs from the broadway
musical SHOWBOAT. It progressed with various
single and group acts, highlighted by a group
"'l'eachers Hoop ll Up."
precision act, pantomimes, and the unforgettable
teachers' skit. The interludes were filled by the
Annapolis High Dance Band. The show, spon-
sored by the Student Council and under the direc-
tion of Miss Durig and Mrs. Alexander was an
enjoyable experience for all those who attended.
"Halls of Ivy."
XLL STATE. BAND Row I H Griscom K Willie R 'vlooie Row 7 NV Ronsiville S. Hz1z1vik,R.
With the loud blast of trumpets and a roll of
the drums, the Annapolis High Band announces
its entrance for a football half-time show.
This was only one of the band's many contribu-
tions to the activities at Annapolis High. In addi-
tion to its half-time entertainment at games, the
band travelled to the University of Maryland for
Band Day, participating with other high school
bands in Maryland. The band is organized under
a band council of two representatives from each
class and the band president and drum major,
: H. Crisrom, S, Hzuivik, I.. Murphy. R. Farrell, R. Seabrook. li.
Iowlcr N Thomas H McBee Row 3 C W'1lker C Pnvei T Hammond WV. Seabrook, B. Gates. P. Sweeney, C. Ilcv, T. Lznnhrosr-, S. Xvzillnre,
B Holme D McFereson R M'mhold C White C' Wfilhc F Freeman C Carle. Row 4: C. Page, I. Colliuson, ll. Trolls-r, M. lxlt'N2llTl1lT2l, KN.
ones D Palmcr T Cook F Taylor Wlerenga Row 5 L Iaidlm M Ronsaville, H. Lewis, T. vvllklllllllll. D. NVoml.
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Always a welcome addition, the band has played
for most assemblies and pep rallies. Besides being
a major attraction in Talent Night, the dance
band added their Uswingin' music" to some of
our assemblies. In its first concert of the year, the
entire band presented a well-planned program
with a variety of selections.
On February lil, 20. and 21, Buddy Ronsaville,
Bill Holme, Hilda Criscom, Ellen Fowler, Stanley
Haavik, Carolyn YVillie, Richard Hillman, and
Roberta Moore represented Annapolis High in
the Maryland All State Band at Westminister.
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Row I: S. Miller C. Williams, J. Stine, S. Varner, K. Grimes, P. Daywalt, J. Chambers, L. Youngren, S. Schaeffer, C. Cesell, R. Rosenhlooni. Cl. Cadell.
Row 2: Jordan, M. Mathi, A. Fleming, S. Moreau, Moreland, S. Stokes, S. Ccsarini, E. Daywalt, N. Bangert, B. Phipps, M, Marcin, N. Carter. Row 3:
L. Cockrell, J. Jacobson, K. Jackson, B. Harris, J. Seim, J. Jackson, D. Schwallenberg, P. Mealey, J. Barge, B. Miller, M, Stevens. S, Nash. Ron' 4: D. Frcv,
J. Sullivan, S. Wilson, Y. Ippolito, M. Jordon, H. Mason, S. Chaney, B. Childs, G. Stine, J. Britton, D. Dawson, G. Geiman, '
Row 1: S. Lacey, P. Chase, E. Donald, B. Rutherford, S. Engle, N. Jackins, K. Watts, A. Pennington, J. Shiflet, B. Porter, J. White, C. Talbot, J. Herries, J.
Taylor. Row 2: S. Musterman, N. Glude, J. McNew, E. O'Neale, S. Lacey, B. Ebaugh, A. Eakens, B. Johnson, K. Pochatoco, K. Palonibo, J. Ford, C.
Nichols, C. Durncr, V. McCullen. Row 3: A. McClaughry, N. Moore, S. Falck, A. Anderson, D. Swantek, C. Peddicord, C. Bowen, L. Danneburg, P. Pettingal,
K. Davis, S. Callen, L. Patten, J. Hester, P. Tongue. Row 4: T. Comoljak, J. Shallenberg, P. Thompson, H. Bertl, J. Sopcr, C. Armiger, L. M. Cook, K.
Williams, M. Dicey, C. Bassford, J. Buser, A. Nibbs, L. Bowen, D. Nash. Row 5: P. Rausch, P. Palmer, J. Hayard, B. Thompson, F. Ckrx, M. Gambrills, L.
Myers, H. Sears, B. Bassford, P. Lamb, M. Stotz, M. McCann, J. Spencer, N. Racciato.
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N. Moore, B. Barry. C. Stoll, L, Phelps, P. Tanner, A. Webster, R. Kunkle fsealedj.
"Feet on the floor" and "sit up straight" are the
familiar cries of our chorus director, Mr. Robert
Kunkle. Under his capable direction, the choruses
have this year participated in many programs and
have added a great deal to school assemblies. The
three choruses, with an average of 75 members,
through constant practice have produced some
line songs. This year six of the chorus members
were chosen to participate in the All State Chorus
Row I: D. Blanding, S. Kotzin, D. Hancock, V. Johnson, R. Hoffman, R. Xvilliams, W. Fowler. A. Webster, S. Dodson, I.. Simpson, G. McConrl
S. Rembold, L. Cullember. Row 2: B. Barry, C. Porter, S. Fowler, C. Aposlol, F. Encare, C. Dove, R. Lownlan. N. Kclcli, I, Droll, H. llcall, V
Hoover, K. Hanson. Row 3: C. Reese, I. Cnstcr, A. McClaughrv. II. Ritter. R. Vogelsang, D. Hubbard, B. Bnltrill. li. Sherlock, C. Barry, ll, Wlood
L. Phelps, D. Diner, L. jones, E. Hyde. Row 4: R. Tanner, S. Tydings, QI. Light, P. Sparrow, H. Parks, P. XN'inrlsor, C. Palmer, Pl. Watts, A
Sherer, A. Rex, C. Stoll, B. Demas. Row 5: L. Robinson. C. Nixon, ll. Phillips, D. Goettc, M. De Craw, C. Dcwhcrry, C. Palmer, P. Picard, P
Tanner, M. Rodgers, S. Lee, J. Glover.
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A bridge spanned the Occident and the Orient.
We crossed into a world of japanese splendor
where the suffused light of hanging lanterns
mingled with the strains of the Buddy Griffith
The Maryland Room and patio of Carvel Hall
were transformed into a veritable teahouse. En-
hancing the white clothed tables were arrange-
ments of driftwood and vari-colored roses. Above
the sweetly playing band was a snowy white pa-
goda, which added to the oriental environment. In
the center of the patio, completing the exotic pic-
ture, stood a goldfish pond surrounded by circular
white tables decorated with Japanese figurines.
So complete were the plans and decorations that
everyone who attended the Junior Prom of 1958
knew that it would be one of the most happily
remembered moments of his school years.
We danced through a wonderful evening and as
the last notes faded away, we sadly bid 'ASayonara."
Row 1 Committee Churmen P Bennington K C cscll S Lices B Broiddus K. Plitt, C. Hall. Row 2: j. Jeffries, 0. Basil, I. Rosscc, S. Reed,
Putting on the finishing touch.
ll was worth all U16 Cffflfl. The pause that rcfrvslws.
Queen Carole Hall
Homecoming spirit surged high this year as the
annual parade of cars and floats wound its way
through the streets of Annapolis. Headed by the
band and majorettes, came a caravan of converti-
bles carrying Queen Carole Hall and her court.
The flow of students terminated at AHS where
the victory torch lighted the bonfire.
For two days enthusiasm mounted until it
reached its pinnacle Friday evening with a 27-0
victory over Glen Elg. The delighted crowd has-
tened to the junior High School gym for the
traditional dance, sponsored by the Girl's A-Club.
At eleven o'clock p.m. the court was formally in-
troduced to the studentsg and Owen Basil, presi-
dent of the Student Council, presented Carole
with a gift symbolizing her reign. A dance was
then led by the Queen, her court, and their escorts,
officially closing Homecoming.
Queen and her court-K. Plitt, E. Mitchell, C. Hall, B. Wilson, K. Canary
RUUIY I0 TDM- What za surprise this will bc!
l'hc Qnccn is crowned-zllrnosl.
This has to hc finished for lo-
.X hit of timely assistance.
The Girls' A-Club, one of the most active
organizations in school, has had a very successful
Entering a float in the Homecoming parade, and
sponsoring the traditional Homecoming Dance,
were the first projects of this ambitious group.
Then, through holding informal dances after
games, the club raised money to be used by the
This year the A-Club was headed by Marsha
Means as president and was guided by Miss Peggy
Almond, the adviser.
lt is composed of girls who are interested in the
athletic department of AHS. To become members
they must complete rigid entrance requirements.
Miss Peggy Almond, Adviser
Row I: B. Barrie, K. Canary, E. Mitchell, Marsha Means, Pres., S. Lacy
Vice-Pres. Row 2: D. Dobbs, C. Kotzin, S. Dodson, B. Legum, -I. Diehl
Row I: Brown, D. Dobbs, E. Mitchell, B. Barry, K. Canary, M. Means, S. Lacy, S. Dodson, Ross. Row 2: M. Cecil, B. Lcgum, I.. McMann.
D. Pastrana, R. Rosenbloom, P. Murchake, N. Moore, L. Tatum, B. Janz, G. Mayer. Row 3: L. Heise, I., Shawn, H. Strauss, A. jones, P. James.
A. Jennings, G. Cantler, P. Stockett, S. Lee, M. Petty, R. Stallings, L. Slater.
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Oflicers-j. Lajoye, 1-I. Roberts. B. Rankin, B. Schmidt.
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The Boys' A-Club is an organization composed
of boys who have earned varsity athletic letters.
This active group has carried out many projects.
Numerous record hops were held after football
and basketball games. In the Homecoming Parade
the boys sponsored an unusual float. For the first
time "A" Club patches were designed for letter
sweaters, and the club presented warmup jackets
to the wrestling team.
Advising the A-Club was Mr. jonesg Buster
Rankin served as president.
Mr. jones, Advisor.
Ron' I: DA. Gran, R. .KirChner,4I!. Rankin, R. Pfeffer, A. Katmf, K. Brown, W. Neall, S. Palmer. Ron' 2: W, Sclnnitll, 1. King, 'IQ lzirrcll, NV.
Hunkapillar, ll. Rankin, R. Slllllll, C. Gilliner, li. Roberts. KI. Alton. Row 3: XV. Charaeklis, N, Honadle, W. Bennett. l., WheeIcr,LS. Marlin,
D. Hopkins, Mr. li. jones, R. Blancy, H. Parks, J Lajoye, A. Smith.
Elaine Mitchell Captain.
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.7 1 l Z ' Q S again showed pep and enthusiasm as they boosted
' D " the spirit of all AHS fans at football games.
Whether performing at a pep assembly, present-
ing a skit in Talent Night, or marching in perfect
formation at half-time, these girls displayed great
energy and versatility.
The brilliantly clad, strutting majorettes are
one phase of high school life that will be happily
remembered by all AHS students.
AHS strutters on the march.
N. Randolph, I. Wilder, J. Diehl, D. Dobbs, M. Azar, P. Berry, H. Ellinghausen, E. Mitchell.
Claire Kotzin, Captain.
This active group of girls, headed by Claire
Kotzin, is the pride of AHS. With an abudance
of energy, unlimited spirit, and precisioned move-
ments, they have inspired our teams to many vic-
Behind a lively and carefree exterior lies much
hard Work and planning. Who can forget the
hilarious skits at the pep assemblies? the color
ribbons sold to promote school spirit? the special
feeling of pride as they led us in singing "On
Annapolis, Panthers fall in line .... "P
Guided this year by Miss Patricia Almond, the
Cheerleaders were an invaluable part of the AHS
Ward if? Clteerdaclem
Go you Panthers!
N. Crowley, K. Plitt, C. Kolzin, B. Legum, S, Lacey, C. Hall, B. Wilson.
J. V. Jr. Squad: L. McNulty, Standingg Johnson,
J. johnson, Kneeling.
In addition to our Varsity Cheer-
leaders, there are two other cheering
squads that have taken the all-im-
portant assignment of driving us
through our sports season. The J. V.
Squad, and the V. Junior Squad
have been a great asset to AHS in
the promotion of school spirit and
sportsmanship. Without the vitality
and vigor of these girls our sports
program would not have been com-
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B. Porter, Frontg A. Anderson, Center: G. Mayer
T. Clark, N. Van Sant, Back.
School spirit, busses to away games,
and ticket and program selling are the
trade marks of the Booster Club. This
organization strives to boost the spirit
of the student body so that we not
only have winning teams, but also
enthusiastic spectators. Miss Durig,
the club's faculty advisor, gave her
time and effort generously to guide
the club toward its goals. Trisha Clark
served as president.
Up to the minute sports llUll'S.
crnational Relations Cluh: Row I: N. Kclch, K. Wilson. Ron' 2
Winninger, C. Wlillie.
The purpose of the International Relations
Club is to stimulate the interest of academic
students in world affairs. At a weekly meeting the
members discuss foreign policy and probe global
crises. Mr. Tassey is the club advisor and Anne
Jones is the chairman of the group.
unior Cjfarm ica league
The Junior Classical League is a national or-
ganization which is composed of students inter-
ested in preserving classical civilization in the
modern World. These scholars constantly strive to
stimulate interest in Latin.
This year's organization is led by Carole Hall,
President. Its main project was the preparation of
the Latin Open House, a yearly program which
points out the uses of Latin in present day lan-
Rouf I: S. Callen, T. Crour
Icy, V. Boyer. B. Rutherford
C. Williams, L. Boro, F. Sand
rock. Row 2: C. Hall, A
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Fowler, E. Hyde, V. Sinnin
ger. Row 3: H. Stukes, D.
Wood, J. Vlcek, S. Wallace,
L. Talbot, R. Pickering,
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Row 1: T. Roberts, K. Brown, J .Scible, R. Kreitzer, S. Martin, II. Rankin, C. Lewnes, C. Gillmer, D. Brown, H. Wilson, R. Kirchner, U. Wallace.
Row 2: N. Honadle, ll. Hughes, K. Catterton, W. Simmons, X. Grau, NV. Hunkapiller, B. Rankin, li. Roberts. W. Kramer. XY. Collison, S. Carton.
Row 3: S. Catterton, R. Boettrher, gl. Riley, CL. Stallings, DI. Lajoye, Il. Berzins, R. Blaney, QI. Moore. I.. XVheeler.
After getting off to a flying start by walloping
Cambridge, the Panthers, coached by Bill Best
and jay Orr ran up against some stiff opposition
and lost some heartbreaking games, to end the
season with a 4-5 log. The Panthers, who outdid
their opponents statistic-Wise, ended the season by
losing to undefeated St. Mary's 2l-12 in what was
perhaps the best game ever seen here.
The backlield, led by the slashing running of
co-captain and most valuable player Buster Ran-
kin, Bob Boettcher, Jim Rankin, Charlie Lewnes,
Bob Kreitzer, and jack Moore, provided many
Buster Breaks Away.
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The offensive line led by
Norm Honadle, co-captain Jim
Scible, Bill Hunkapiller, Jim
Hughes, and Ken Catterton,
played excellent ball.
The defense, led by co-cap-
tain Ed Roberts, john Lajoye,
Lloyd Wheeler, and Janis Ber-
zins played a vital role in the
performance of the Panthers.
Buster closes in for the
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Marty Greentree J0hfI Alton
Row I: T. Sewesi, D. Coffman, M. Greentree, D. Alton, S. Katcheves, A. Williams. Row 2: G. Deller, M. Meekins,
B. Schmidt, R. Farrell, F. Ruppert, B. Riggins, A. Wycherley. Row 3: M. Greentree, A. Smith, R. Franke, D.
Coette, B. Bennett, Q. Crawford, Mr. R. Hall.
Marty makes the save.
The AHS soccer team, coached by Bob Hall
and assisted by C. Rogers, had another fine
season this year. Coach Hall faced a tremendous
rebuilding job having just two lettermen and
three other veterans returning from last year's
squad. Co-captains Marty Greentree and Doc
Alton headed the squad which was built around
Bill Neal, Andy Smith, Steve Katcheves, Dud
Hendrick, Bill Schmidt, and most valuable player,
Melvin Meekins. One of the promising newcomers
was Albert Williams. Others who will be return-
ing next year are Bill Bennett, Zip Warner and
Coach Bob Hall
Andy gets the rebound.
Charack puts on in.
Although thwarted in its bid for the state
championship by state champion Bethesda-Chevy
Chase, this year's Panthers retained the District
Championship and became the team to win the
most games in one season in AHS history with a
fabulous 18-2 log. The AHS quintet, coached by
Dick Peret, was paced in scoring by Gordie Stall-
ings who established a new record for most points
in regular season play. Co-captain George Kallis
was a brilliant playmaker and Bill Characklis was
a standout for his defensive and rebounding work.
Co-captain Harry Parks and Wally Bialousz
rounded out the outstanding AHS team.
Row 1: Captains: G. Kallis, H.
Parks. Row 2: F. Eucare, M.
Scholossman, J. Riley, H. Wil
son, J. Nicewarner, R. Milkman
Row 3: M. Myers, Q. Crawford,
W. Asche, W. Bialousz, G. Stall-
ings, J. Ray, A. Smith, W. Char
acklis, A. Stearns, Coach Peret.
Have ball will travel.
The junior varsity basketball team, coached by
Mr. Edward Jones, finished the season with a
Hurry of wins. The jayvees were paced by Quincy
Crawford, Joe Nicewarner, and Herbie Wilson,
all of whom were elevated to the varsity at the
conclusion of the junior varsity schedule. Other
stickouts on the junior quint were Dave Wyclierly,
George Samaras, George Leydic, and Pete Mc-
From the outstanding second half of the season's
play, AHS supporters can expect much from fu-
ture AHS teams.
Ron' 1: KL. l,cytlit', ll. Robinson, P. lxlfciflllbll. Rau' 2: ll. Garber. Niccwarncr, ll. lVyc'liei'ly, H. llillillll. CI, Helm, Run' if Loauli .IUIICS
SZIIIIZITIIS, Q. Crawford, H. Naison, D, llelgcrman. i
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The girls' varsity basketball team, coached by
Miss Barbara Edwards, ended the season with a
very fine 10-2 record and second place in the
county league. Both of the Pantherettes losses were
to Arundel which Won the championship. In-
Annapolis wins the -iump, cluded in the victory column was a rout over arch
rival St. Mary's.
Girls' Varsity Team: Row 1: Miss Barbara Edwards, R. Headrick, N. Carter, L. Shawn
j. Diehl. Row 2: R. Rosenbloom, R. Stallings, M. Means, J. Gary, B. Brooks, P. Stockett
The light for the rebound. S. Hall, B. janz. Row 3: L. Diamond, S. Carroll, S. Lee, E. Revis, C. Davis.
Cathy Fentress. -I. Y. Captain.
The Saints have the ball.
The girls' jayvee showed promise of things to
come with a sparkling 9-2 record and a second
place finish in the county league. The junior
Pantherettes were paced on offense by Ronnie
Headrick, with janet Diehl and Gloria Lowman
also turning in fine performances. Defensively the
girls were led by Carol Davis, Sue Carroll, and
junior Varsity Team: Row 1: P. Phillips, S. Phillips, G. Lowman. Row 2: T. Wood,
P. Collison, J. Rhody. Ron' 3: N. Hazel. E. Cadle, C. Fentress.
.Xnother one for Louise
Closing in for a basket.
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Row 1: J. Moore, C. Lewnes, A. Katcef, R. Pfeffer, R. Smith, l', Brown, R0
I.. Wheeler, -I. Smith, R. Stevens, Coach Rogers.
The wrestling team, coached by C. Rogers,
capped its best year since it was organized by fin-
ishing 4th in the Metropolitan Wrestling Tourna-
ment at Washington and Lee. The Panthers were
paced by co-captain Richard Pfeffer, who was un-
defeated in dual matches and won a silver medal
in the tournament, and Charlie Lewnes who won
Panthers win on home mat.
w 2: T. Todd, C. Brush, W. Bennett, Al. Alton, W. Simmons, S. Marlin,
the gold medal in the l4l pound class in the
Metropolitan Tournament. Other standouts were
co-captain Alan Katcefg Jack Moore, who won a
second place medal in the Metropolitan Tourna-
mentg Russ Smith and John Smith, each of whom
Won fourth prize in the tournamentg Lloyd
Wheelerg Bill Bennetg and Doc Alton.
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Mr. and Mrs. T. Mead
Mrs. B. A. Meade
Rae jean Meade
Charles Medford '59
Miss Eva A. Medford
Mrs. Jesse A. Medford, Sr.
Mrs. Jessie A. Medford, jr.
Horton Meekins '50
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meekins
1. Thomas Meekins '50
Mrs. Robert S. Meiklejohn
Reuben H. Meisel
Mr. Rigdely Melvin
Mr. and Mrs. Ford N. Mercer
june Merrill '61
Mr. and Mrs. George Mertens
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Metzger
Richard C. Metzger
Ronald G. Metzger '59
Mr. and Mrs. S. Meredith Meyers
Mrs. Norris Middleton
Mike and Carole
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Milburn
Mr. Harold Milburn
Mr. Boyd Miller
Constance Eulalia Miller
Mrs. Edna Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller
Mrs. Lorraine W. Miller '37
Miss Marty Miller '58
Mr. O. R. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller
Mrs. William Miller
Mrs. Genevieve Millhausen
Dr. and Mrs. Lyman F. Milliken
Mrs. Florence Mimms
Mr. james Mintz
Miss Katherine Grace Mintz
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mintz
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
Mrs. Doris Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. john Mitchell
Mrs. Katherine Mitchell
L. R. Mitchell
Mrs. Inez Mize
Mrs. M. M. Moesch
Cathy Molter 'so
Mrs. Ruby Monday
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Monis
Mr. H. Taylor Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Moore
Melvin S. Moran, jr.
Bonny Moreland '58
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moreland
Janice Moreland '61
Mary Lou Moreland
Mrs. R. C. Morrow
Carlton E. Mott
Mrs. George William Much
Mr. Frank Mueller
Betty lean Mullock
Dorothy Mumford '54
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mumford
William Mumford '51
Cindy Murchake '75
Dave Murchake '56
Debbie Murchake '75
Elizabeth Murchake '54
James Murchake '51
Mrs. john Murchake
Richard Murchake '46
Mr. H. C. Murphy, gr.
Mr. H. C. Murphy, r.
Mr. and Mrs. john A. Murphy
Miss Penny Murphy
Powell J. Musterman
Sally Musterman '60
Mr. Harver F. Myers, Sr.
Miss Ran Myers
Mrs. rraine Myers
Miss Shirley Myers
Nancy and Donnie
Mr. Charles F. Nash, jr.
Miss Doris Nash
Mrs. Florence Nash
Capt. john E. Nash
A !2C Rudy Nash
Allen O. Neall
Doris M. Neall
William W. Neall
Mr. and Mrs. O. Nelson
Mr. William H. Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nesbitt
Alfred E. Neuman
Mrs. B. B. Newill '53
Mr. Paul Nichiporuk
Carol Nichols '60
Mr. and Mrs. -I. H. Nichols, Sr
Mrs. Katherine Nichols
Mr. Ted Nick
Mrs. john Nicol
Mrs. Dolores Norfolf
Mrs. T. J. Norris
Mr. Robert R. North
Mrs. Elsie Novak
Mary Noyce '60
Mr. A. E. Oaksmith
Mrs. Eveline Oaksmith
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Oaksmith
Mrs. Irving Ochs
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Ogle
Joey W. Osborne '76
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ostrowski
-Ianice Ostrowski '61
Mrs. Bernice A. Owen
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Owens
Ellen Taylor Owens '37
Mrs. john E. Owens
Mrs. Leicv J. Owings
Dave W. Paca
Gerald Paclgett '57
Mrs. Anne Palmer
Mr. and Mrs. Shellie E. Palmer, Sr.
Verdine W. Palmer
Airman J. R. Parkinson
Mrs. Rose Parkinson
Mrs. Mary Parks
Mrs. Joseph Parks, Sr.
Mr. Joseph L. Parks
Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Pastrana
Mrs. Ruth Pastrana
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Payne
Miss Eileen Peacock '58
Mrs. J. E. Penny
Charles Perry, Jr.
Mrs. Hazel Perry
Mr. A. L. Perterson
Margy Petty '59
Minnie Owings Petty '32
Mrs. Helen Peusch
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Pfeffer
Lucielle Phelps '39
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Phillips
J. H. Phillips
Mrs. Frank Phipps
George T. Phipps
Mrs. H. G. Phipps
Leslie Lee Pistel '62
The Pleasant Peasant
Mr. and Mrs. james Plitt
Kathy Plitt '59
Mrs. Francis W. Poirier
Mr. Chuck Polick
Mrs. E. L. Porter
Mrs. John E. Porter
William J. Poulus
Mrs. Catherine Powers
Mr. and Mrs. L. Pragel
Mrs. Raymond F. Price
Mr. Med Proctor
Col. and Mrs. W. B. Puckett
Mrs. Frances P. Pullman
Dr. and Mrs. Oliver Purvis
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Putnam
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Quinton
Radio Station WPGC
Mr. and Mrs. William Ragan
Mrs. Emilie Rankin
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rawlings
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Q. T. Rayhart
Mr. and Mrs. Read
Mrs. H. V. Reagan
Mrs. Donald Reck
Mrs. Gertrude Reck
Mr. Kenneth Reck
Mr. G. H. Reece
Mrs. G. H. Reece
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Reed
Dr. Myron S. Reichel
Mr. and Mrs. John Reichenbach
Mrs. Evelyn Rembold
Mr. Lawrence Rembold
Mr. L. Renz
Dr. Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr.
Mrs. Samuel T. R. Revell, Jr.
Mr. Chester Rice
Mr. Steve Rice
Mrs. H. B. Richardson
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Richardson
Mrs. Albert F. Riddick
Mr. and Mrs. G. Clifton Rien
Mrs. Francis Rippert
Joan Ritter '59
Catherine L. Robbins
B. K. Roberson
Mrs. Edward W. Roberts
Louise B. Roberts
Patricia A. Roberts
Mr. Charles Robertson
Charlene E. Robertson '58
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Robinson
Miss Laura Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis L. Robinson
Linnell Robinson '58
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Robinson
Mr. C. D. Rocks
'Mary Carol Rodgers '64
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Roesler
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rogers
Barbara Owens Rogers '54
Mrs. Gladys Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Rogers
Mrs. R. E. Rogers
Ronie D. Rogers
Judith Lee Ross '59
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Ross
Mrs. T. A. Ross
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rossee
Miss Linda Rossee
Mrs. S. J. Rowland
Mrs. Bettie S. Royall
Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Rubin
Mrs. J. R. Rubins
Tom Rubins '61
Dr. Carl Purvis Russell
Dr. and Mrs. Oneal F. Russell
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Sadler
Mrs. Emma Sadler
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sadler
Mrs. Barbara Salmon
Charlie and Chris Samaras
George Samaras '61
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Sames
Mrs. Tena Sandler
Charles H. Sandrock
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sandrock, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Sandrock, Jr.
Harrison Sandrock, III
Roesler D. Sandrock
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Santos
August E. Sauerwald
Louis B. Sauerwald
Mrs. Mabel Saunders
Mrs. Warren Saunders
Harvey E. Savely
Mrs. Charles Sawy
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schiavello
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Schilling
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schilling
Martha Schley '58
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin P. Schlossman
Mr. Charles Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt
Dick Schreitz '56
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schreitz
Mr. and Mrs. Hans A. Schroeder
Mr. Ray Schumacher
Mr. W. R. Schuyler
Mrs. Donald Schwallenberg
Mrs. Dorothy Schwallenberg
Mrs. T. R. Schwallenberg
Mr. John W. Schwartze
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Scible
Mr. J. Elmer Scible
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald F. Seabrook
Helen E. Searls
Mr. B. F. Sears
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Sears
Leah-May Sears '55
Ray Sears '60
Mr. Robert Sears
Mrs. Thelma M. Sears
Mrs. W. D. Sears
Mrs. William T. Sears
Mr. and Mrs. S. William Seery
Mrs. William Seibold
Miss Lillian Selby
Mrs. Geneva Sessoms
Mr. Ray Sessoms
Peg Sewell '60
Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp
Mr. Paul Shaw
Priscilla Shaw '60
Mr. and Mrs. E. Roy Shawn
Mr. George V. Shelton
Mrs. Myrtle Shelton
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Shepherd
Mr. Frank Shepherd
Mrs. I. R. Sherald
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherald
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Sherer
W. J. Shewve
Mr. and Mrs. Neale Shinsky
Gilbert L. Shiroky
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shores
Mrs. Frank Shortt
Mr. and Mrs. William Shue
Mrs. Harry P. Simmons
Mrs. Eleanor Simms
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Simpson
Mr. james W. Sindall
Judy Sinninger '60
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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Slonaker
Mr. A. C. Smith
Mr. C. H. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Smith
Ginny Smith '58
Irma Smith '49
john F. Smith '57
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Mrs. Neumann Smith
Mrs. Paul Smith
Mr. Russel R. Smith
llyidr. and Mrs. Stanley "Buck" Smith, Jr.
. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Velpoe Smith
Belle and Countess Smitty
Mr. Gilbert Snead
Miss B. Snyder
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Snyder
Mr. Thomas Snyder
Mr. Hal Sohl
Imogene -I. Soper
Mr. and Mrs. jack Spencer
Mrs. Mary Spencer
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Spies
Mr. Archie C. Spriggs
Mr. Franklin Spriggs
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Springfield
Dr. C. L. Snurling
Mr. Charles Stahl
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stallings
Mr. Dale Stallings
Mr. Richard Stallings
Mr. and Mrs. jack Stansbury
Mr. Walter E. Steele
Mrs. George Stevens
Mrs. Louise Stevens
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stevens
Mrs. W. P. Stevens
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stewart
Mrs. Robert AI. Stewart
Anna Z. Stinchcomb
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Mrs. Flemor Stockett
Mrs. John A. Stockett
Mr. Clinton Stockett '57
Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Stoinotf
Mrs. Delia Stokes
Mrs. john E. Stokes
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoll
Gregory S. Stone
Miriam French Stone
Mrs. Marion Stonnell
Mr. and Mrs. james D. Stover
Mr. Howard Strange
Mrs. Helen Strauch
Helene Strauss '59
Miss Karen Strauss
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Strauss
Mr. and Mrs. QI. Streez
Mr and Mrs William F Strome er
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Tom Stumpf '58 and Adele Frantum '
Prof. Henry F. Sturdy
Mrs. J. W. Sturgis
Sally Ann Sturgis '58
Mrs. Davies Sturrs
Mrs. Dorothy M. Suit
Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. T. Burton Sullivan
Virginia Sullivan '57
Naval Reserve Surface Division 5-39
Bob Swanson '60
Mrs. Elizabeth Sweeney
Marv Sweeney '60
Mr. P. R. Sweeney, Sr.
Mrs. Marion Swindell '5l
Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Syverson
Lt. and Mrs. Harvey Talfet
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Talbot
Mrs. L. M. Talbot
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Taranting
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tatum
Beet Taylor '64
Mrs. Emma Taylor
Fred Tavlor '59
Mr. and Mrs. Percy E. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ten Evck
Third Floor, A. A. Gen. Hos.
Mrs. Carl S. Thomas
Mr. P. R. Thomas
Mrs. .Annie Thomason
Mrs. Jane Thomason
Mr. Lawrence Thomason
Mrs. E. C. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Thompson
Mr. James A. Tigner
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Mrs. joyce F. Tilghman
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tilghman
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Clarence Tippett '57
Guy Tippett SHS '56
Mrs. Lillie Tippy
Mrs. E. J. Titty
Capt. and Mrs. C. H. Tomlinson, Jr.
Peggy Tongue '60
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Anthony George Toskov
Romaine Towers '56
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Mr. and Mrs. William J. Tretbar
Dr. and Mrs. Gene Trettin
Mrs. Mondell Trimble
Betsy Trotter '59
Mr. john R. S. Trotter
Robert Frank Trotter
Mrs. Ruth K. Trotter
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trumpy
Mrs. R. C. Tsaacs
Mrs. Richard Tubman
Mrs. Preston Tucker
Robert L. Tucker
Mr. Paul E. Tull
Mr. and Mrs. james C. Turnburke
Henry A. Turner
Mr. R. Patrick Turner
Susie Tydings '61
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Tyler
Mr. C. F. Wade
Mr. August H. Wagner
jerry Wagner '58
Capt. and Mrs. P. F. Wakeman
,Iohn R. Walch
Cookie Walker '60
Dr. Stuart Walker
Mrs. Evelyn Walking
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Wallace
Mr. lohn Walsh
Mrs. Agnes Walters
Steve Walters '60
lackie Ward '58
Mrs. Eleanor Waring
Mrs. D. W. Wamer
Mrs. D. W. Warner
Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Warner
Mrs. William Washburn
Becky Wassell '74
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Waters
Miss Bonnie Waters
Mrs. L. Watkins
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Miss Sue Weber
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Maurice Weidemeyer
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Weidman
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Weidman, Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Weigle
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Mr. Robert Welch
Mr. E. T. Wenrich
N. S. Wetherhold
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Mrs. Lynn White
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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiffenpool
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wigley
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Canvas Back Willard
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Willard
Mr. and Mrs. George William
Mr. and Mrs. James Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Williams
Mrs. R. N. Williams
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Williamson
Carolyn Willie '60
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Mrs. Mary V. Willson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilmer
Mrs. Bessie Wilson
Miss Betty Wilson
Col. and Mrs. George S. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wilson
Mr. 'A. C. Winegardner
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Winn
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Winter
Mrs. Harold Witherite
Mr. Norman Witteman
Mrs. W. C. Wohlfarth
Mrs. Frank J. Wojcicki
Walter J. Wolan
Roanald C. Wolfe
Mrs. Clay Wolford
David Wood '60
Janice Wood '58
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Wood
Mrs. Steward Wood
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. Jethro T. Woolford
Jose Van Den Berg
Marian Van Den Berg '59
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Van Den Berg
Miss Katie Vanhook
Mr. E. C. Vaughn
Mrs. Ruth Vaughn
Mr. George Villeneuve
Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Vinson
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Voelkel
Mrs. Evette Voinche
Mrs. Ludwig A. Volker
Ken L. Yates
Mrs. Madge Gardner Young
Terry Young '58
Winifred D. Young
Mrs. Shirlie Yuspa
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Zepp, Jr.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Zimmedi
Gilbert Zindorf '55
A R U N D E L
LAUNDRY 8. CLEANERS C""'P""'e"'S
Complete Dry Cleaning Service
Sta-Nu Finishing Process of
Spotless and Safe Laundry
Washed in Soft Wafer '59
A Variefy of Services
Available President-Wm. Holme
Vice President-Wm. Characklis
Free Sanex Moth Proofing
Colonial 3-2343 Treasurer-Kathleen Canary
west Sheet and Spa Road Adviser-Mr. Frank Draper
qjze Calofaine 5721412
8. COCKTAIL LOUNGE
ON RT. 50
NEAR CHESAPEAKE BAY BRIDGE
Y A T E S
Resiclenfial - Commercial
Home Office 3 Church Circle
SO 6-2333 Glen Burnie, Md
J. F. JOHNSON LUMBER CO.
Lumber - Millwork - Paint - Hardware
Annapolis, Md. Glen Burnie, Md.
Telephone Co. 3-2337 SOufhfield 6-7000
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Owen Basil ........................ President
John Jeffries ...... ............. V eep
Carole Hall ......... ......... T reasurer
Betsy Broaddus ................ Secretary
28 diffincfive , N i--.,. ANNAPOLIS 7:00 A.M.
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J .X l'h'us:nlt 3 Nlile- Ilrivii Un Thr' Shay lo lhe Buy lirlclgv E
REVELL HIGHWAY TO BAY BRIDGE
Congratulations Class of '59 Bas, of Luck fo
C l' t f
amp 'men S O A The Class of '59
Antique and modern Furniture
Chine, Glass and Bric-a-brac Of
2009 West Street X gigmc, Them phi
Annapolis, Maryland , I S Y
COlonial 3-4313 ' y
There's u "one and only" Ge, ,he Beg,
in refreshment, too ser
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IOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY IV T H E R l I .
Coco-Cola Bottling Company
of Annapolis, Md., Inc.
W. G. Bendle, Manager
120 West Street Phone 3-2688
OIL BURNERS AND FUEL OIL
ANNAPOLIS UTILITIES, INC.
Frigidaire and Maytag Appliances
89 WEST STREET
Phone CO 8-5055
OLDSMOBILE - CADILLAC COMPANY, INC.
2051 WEST STREET .
'ight Annapolis, Maryland wow
outs MOBILE CADMAC
Telephone: COIoniaI 8-3388
FINE CLOTHING and SPORTSWEAR
ron MEN and YOUNG MEN
Arrow Manhattan Swank
Botany McGregor Bostonians
Dobbs Palm Beach Alligator
Jantzen Haspel Val-A-Park
"Charge Accounts for Your Convenience"
ICorner Maryland Ave. and State Circlel
You Can Shop with Confidence at
STRANGE 8. WHITE
COMPLETE CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES
FOR MEN and BOYS
- Nationally Known Brands -
Arrow Mark Twain Jantzen
Robert Bruce Botany lnterwoven
Stetson Palm Beach Tom Sawyer
Haspel Buxton Alligator
"Charge Accounts Welcomed"
155-157 Main Street Annapolis,
of Glen Burnie
You have now reached one of Iife's most important and
satisfying achievements - and so to each of you from
all of us at ROBINSON'S comes a sincere "WELL DONE
We wish you Godspeed to a bright and happy future.
Annapolis Blvd. and Richie Highway
J. R. MCCRONE, JR
To the Class of '59
FROM THE BOOSTER CLUB
CHARLES F. LEE CO., INC.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Church Circle, Annapolis
CAPITOL CITY FLORISTS
Corsclges 0 Cut Flowers 0 Potted Plants
Flowers of All Kinds For Every Occasion
TELEGRAPH DELIVERY SERVICE
Greenhouses on Tyler Avenue
Ellsfpbrf Phone 3-5121
R. S. LEITCH
Office and Plant
THE CLASS OF 1959
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Reserve
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Phone: C0 3-2055 -C0 3-9827
NOTED FOR MENU
Steaks 0 Chicken 0 Chops 0 Sea Food
63 West Street
DAVID M. FOWLER
Gutter 0 Spouting
Congratulations to the Graduates
R. M. EGGLESTON COMPANY
WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRING
205 Main Street
co 3-9782 or 3-9832
SODA FOUNTAIN 0 HOME COOKING
The Graduates of 1959
Unusual Souvenirs in Great Variety, Mailed Anywhere COUNTY TRUST COMPANY
2-4 Market Place
JR. CIVITAN CLUB
CLASS OF '59
OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT
Domestic and Imported Gifts
Eatons Stationery 0 Printing 0 Engraving 0 Hallmark Cards
185-187 Main Street Annapolis, Maryland
Dial COIoniaI 3-2200
Agents For Sterling By
STIEFF 0 GORHAM 0 WALLACE
TOWLE 0 INTERNATIONAL 0 LUNT
KIRK 0 REED and BARTON 0 HEIRLOOM
Registered Jewelers 0 American Gem Society
44 State Circle
RESTAURANT and HOTEL
SERVING FINE FOODS
Steaks 0 Chops 0 Sea Food
AMPLE PARKING SPACE
2063 West Street CO 3-7125
45 STORES - HEATED - SHOPPING STREET
Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, Md.
0 Stores Open Every Evening
0 Plenty of Free Parking
THE LITTLE CAMPUS
"lN THE HEART OF
61-63 Maryland Avenue
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 'I959
THE ANNAPOLIS BANKING
and TRUST COMPANY
Member Federal Reserve System
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
SHOP AT . .
M U R P H Y ' S
LEADING STORE OF ANNAPOLIS
'I00-106 Main Street
SERVICE ALL MAKES
THORP CHEVROLET, INCORPORATED
1736 West Street
STEVENS' FOOD MARKET
834 Bay Bridge Avenue
Phone CO 3-5154
The Beta Chapter
Boy's "A" Club
f TW Omicfon Phi DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR
YOU CAN'T BEAT A PONTIAC
The 284 West Street Annapolis, Mel
CIOSS of '59 COIonial 3-2387
Congratulations to the
CLASS OF '59
Class of '59
Girls' "A" Club
DAY 8. SON SERVICE STATION
CNWDSVIIIB, MUl'Yland Melvin and Ridgely Avenue, West Annapolis
O. E. DAY, PROP. Annapolis, Maryland Phone: CO 3-7909
EAGLE NEST FARM DAIRY C0mPllme"l5
Pasteurized HOM. viT. D MILK ond CREAM of
DARI-RICH 'CHOCOLATE MILK
co 3-2100 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
sERvlcE STATION CLASS ff,
Revell Highway OF Q," "Q,
KAPPA DELTA PHI soRoRlTY agen D ' ,-A
1. 4' ,Q PHI
congratulations 'fc O," KAPPA
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NX ' fo the "xt,
CLASS OF '59
POLAN-BREWER FURNITURE CO.
Class of '59
Annapolis Newest and Smartest Furniture Store
FROM HOMEROOM 302 26 West Street Annapolis, Md.
Phone CO 3-5223 Compliments
HOWELL'S AMOCO SERVICE Of
Davidsonville, Md. GREEN SPRING DAIRY
SALUTATIONES ET VOLUNTATES BONAE Compliments of
LEONARD'S SUNOCO STATION
Revell Highway, U.S. 50
ANNO DOMINI MCNILIX J. W. Leonard, Prop.
J. W'lI' M ' G OI
' 'S """' e"'9e 50" wEAvERuNG's TEXACO sskvlce
E. CHURCHILL MURRAY
INSURANCE EXCLUSIVE'-Y U.S. Rt. 50 at St. Margarets
Phone 3-2678 Annapolis, Md. Rt-4, AHHUPOIIS, Md-
C""""'l"'e"'s"f co a-1240 co a-1232
W. R. CHANCE 81 SON
CERTIFIED WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS ROCKIE S MEAT MARKET
IIIO Main Street, Annapolis, Md. FOR PERSONAL SERVICE
Phone: 3.2404 231 West Street Annapolis, Md.
JESS RADIO 8. ELECTRIC
Francis Street at Main
HIGH'S ICE CREAM STORE
THOMAS G. BASIL, INC.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SHOP
II Monticello Avenue Annapolis, Md.
Nona Townsend Smith
Compliments Good Luck to the Class of '59
of DAIRY QUEEN
ANNAPOLIS HIGH CAFETERIA NICK AND SARA SAMARAS
ANNAPOLIS TYPEWRITER COMPANY
AUTHORIZED DEALER for R. C. ALLEN
VIS-O-MATIC TYPEWRITERS 0 ADDING MACHINES
Arundel Road, Rt. No. 3, Box 127
"Flowers For All Occasions"
THE ACADEMY FLOWER SHOP
Lester B, Woyson, Prop.
137 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Md.
Res. Phone: 3-4409 Bus. Phone: 3-3200
Telephone: 8-3277 Claude E. Kautz, Prop.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BAKED GOODS OF ALL KINDS
400 Sixth Street Eastport, Annapolis, Md.
GOOD LUCK '59
FAMILY SHOE STORE
CM. J. Schenker, '3OJ
118 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
CONGRATULATIONS AND BESTS WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF 1959
WEEMS SYSTEM OF NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION CHARTS AND INSTRUMENTS
227 Prince George Street Annapolis, Md.
Courses in Marine and Air Navigation
ERICKSON MOTOR CO., INC.
1958 o RAMBLER o 1959
Save While You Drive
44 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, Md.
324-6th Street Annapolis, Md.
Complimenys COloniaI 3-7710
of TOWN AND COUNTRY
S. 81 S. RESTAURANT
West Street Extended
55 Maryland Avenue
RAINBOW CLEANER and SHIRT LAUNDRY
Branch: 201 Main Street-Self Service
Plant: 1801 West Street-New Drive-in
SPECIAL 3 HOUR SERVICE
COMPLETE STOCK OF RECORDS
78 Maryland Avenue
Branches: 45 Lafayette Street 415 F-ourth Street
J. F. GOMOLJAK SHOP AT
CONCRETE AND CINDER BUILDING BLOCKS THE FASHION
Well Rings 0 Lintels 0 Sand and Gravel AND SAVE
1841 McGuckian Street Phone 3-6744 53 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, Md.
FARMER'S SUPPLY 8. EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
2024 West Street
Phone: 3-6624 or 3-2920
C 8. C GROCERY
28 Bay Ridge Road, Annapolis Md.
Phone CO 8-1391
FOR ALL SCHOOL NEEDS
GEORGE V. SHELTON
Phone C0 3-4089
BEST WISHES TO
CLASS OF 1959
165 Main Street
SENIOR HOMEROOM 309
BEST OF LUCK Compliments
TO THE of
CLASS OF '59
H. F. KIRK, mp.
ARUNDEL CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO., INC.
I 800 West Street
THE SANDROCK CO.
Compliments GOOD LUCK
of TO THE CLASS OF '59
WILKENS HOMEROOMS 203 8. 204
Telephone 3 9628
ROLLER INN RIGGINS TRAILER SALES
SKATING: 7:30 TO 'lI:00 EVERY NIGHT
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959
921 Bay Ridge Avenue
ANNAPOLIS BLOCK CO.
COURTESY OF BIG 810 RADIO
THE BRIGHT SPOT ON YOUR DIAL
2029 West Street Extended
OTTICE: Gravel Pit: UNlVeI'S1'y
REDS DOVE' INC' AND BEST WISHES
EXCAVATING o SAND o GRAVEL To 1959
Trucks o Shovels o Bulldozers o Graders for Hire
Route 2, Box 109, Edgewater, Maryland
O. Steinberg, Pres.
HOMEROOMS 205 8. 304
GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF '59
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959
RITTER'S BOAT YARD
Annapolis, Maryland COIoniaI 3-6547
W. E. CRISER
WATER FRONT LOTS AND COTTAGES
FOR SALE OR RENT
Office: CO 3-4900 Gravel Pit: UNiversity 7-2191
STEINBERG SAND AND GRAVEL CO., INC.
SAND AND GRAVEL FOR ALL PURPOSES
Trucks 0 Cranes o Shovels for Hire
Route 2, Box 109, Edgewater, Maryland
O. Steinberg, Pres.
HARDESTY 81 MONROE
QUALITY HEATING OIL
CO 8-8959 CO 3-6381
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '59
ARTHUR'S ESSO STATION
l'lElDl.ER AND BRANZELL
PLUMBING AND HEATING
208 Taylor Avenue
Annapolis, Maryland Phone 3-2239
CLASS OF 1959
HOWELL-LAINIER ENGINEERING SALES
4703 Ritchie Highway
Baltimore 25, Maryland
BENJAMIN J. COX
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Box 173A, Defense Highway
LEncH SINCLAIR SERVICE CENTER ,HE LEADER
GOODYEAR TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
YOUNG AND SOPHISTICATES
Route 2, central Avenue co 8-8412 149 Main Street and 162 Main Street
CROSS MOTORS, INC. Phone CO 3-9864
NEW AND USED CARS ROWDOWSKY GROCERY
GROCERIES o MEATS AND FRESH VEGETABLES
Bell Grove Road and Ritchie Highway Quomy , service , Economy
51-me 9,2600 620 Chesapeake Avenue Annapolis, Md.
THE CLASS OF 1959
122 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
BELLE GROVE CORP. C0"'PIf"'e"'5 of
KLEPPER'S AMOCO SERVICE
REAL ESTATE Revell Highway, U.S. 50
4024 Belle Grove Road
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
EUS- 5-9292 Phone co s-a92o
LAD 'N LASSIE
"ANNAPOLIS' MOST POPULAR
184 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
LA HOME OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
RESTAUR MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
COCKTA,fT'gU":3E WALTER BREWER'S
wi-'y 113 Main Street l54 Main shea'
aw Annapolis, Md, COloniaI 8-1622 Annapolis, Md.
IN ANNAPOL . . . '
BERMALIS 'TS coLuMslA JEWELRY
"SHOP OF QUALITY" 138 Main Street
186 Main Street
"Styles with the young student in mind" Phone colonial 3'335l
FLEMlNG'S GULF SERVICE LlPMAN'S
west Sheet Ext- co 8-8979 LADIES e MISSES WEARING APPAREL
- Shoes -
ROAD SERVICE Main at Conduit Street Annapolis
Telephone CO 3-4323
wesrenn Auro ASSOCIATE srons GORDQWS
"Everything for the Automobile" THE STORE FOR Cl-lll'DREN
RADIO . SPORTS GOODS 0 PAINTS Church Circle and West, Anna. CO 3-6382
140 Main Sheet 403 N. Chas. St., Balto. MU 5-0225
NAT GATES, JR. 8. SON
FINE FOODS Russell Stover Candies 176 Wes' Sheet
ANNE ARUNDEL COFFEE SHOP
45 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, Md.
TAM JOINES TIRE SERVICE
206 West Street
BOB STALLINGS SALES
SINCLAIR GASOLINE o OILS Q ACCESSORIES
200 West Street, Annapolis, Md.
Charles O. Stallings
KEYSTONE SHOE STORE
283 West Street
"SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY"
BOATS . . . MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS
164-166 Main Street
"The Latest in Fashions in the Frienclliest of Stores"
HOME of BETTER FURNITURE
HOPKINS FURNITURE COMPANY
123-127 Main Street Annapolis
THE MATERNITY SHOP
"COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR MOM-TO-BE AND BABY"
151 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
Phone UN 7-8876 Phone COlonial 3-7666
STEWART'S PLACE TALMAN,S
Breakfast O Lunch 0 Dinner OFFICE SUPPLIES 0 STATIONERY o EQUIPMENT
Mayo Road, Route 214, Edgewater 3 Church Circle Annapolis, Md.
FALLS PRESS, INC.
Severna Park, Md.
Severna Park 626
ANNAPOLIS CO 3-4278
WESTPORT BUILDING SUPPLY CO.
GENERAL BUILDING SUPPLIES
2924 Waterview Avenue
SHEPHERD 8. VANOUS
North Severna Park
West Street at National Cemetary
ALL CAR REPAIRS
GLADDING CROWN SERVICE
BRIDGE VIEW RESTAURANT
We Specialize in SEA FOOD 0 CHOPS e STEAKS
Try our "Georgeburger"
400-6th and Severn Avenue Phone 8-8948
SIMPSON ELECTRICAL CO.
Robert B. Towers, Owner
Commercial 0 Industrial 0 Residential Wiring
Eastport, Maryland 98 East Street CO 3-3333
JlM'S CORNER RESTAURANT ARUNDEL RUG CLEANERS
294 West Street Annapolis, Md. Spa Road -Wes, shea,
Phone CO 3-9222
ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY CO.
PAINTS o TELEVISION o HARDWARE
HOT POINT APPLIAN'CE o PLUMBING SUPPLIES
B. F. GOODRICH TIRES o BATTERIES o TUBES
25-27 West Street Annapolis, Md.
THE HENRY B. MYERS CO.
4549 West Street T714 West Street
CO 3-2655 CO 8-'I882
BEST OF LUCK TO THE
CLASS OF 1959
25 West Street
Radio Station WANN
MARYLAND'S CAPITAL STATION
1190 on your dial
PRINTING 8. STATIONERY CO., INC.
Taylor Avenue at West Street
John M. Whitmore
ANGlE'S BARBER SHOP
250 West Street
IN ANNAPOLIS lT'S . . .
Mews SHOP of
Nationally Known Men's Clothing and Furnishings
178 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
CLIFF DAWSON STORE
Severna Park, Md.
Compliments R E COONEY
PEERLESS CLOTHING 232 West Street Annapolis, Md.
'l4l-143 Main Street
Authorized Agency Longines-Wittnauer Watches
"The worlcl's most honored watch"
L. P. MUSTERMAN
197 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
SAMUEL S. STOKES
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A A Qs.
im '. -IQIIDOI
RUTH SPECIALTY SHOP
161 Main Street
WEARING APPAREL FOR
PRE-TEENS o JUNIORS o WOMEN
FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP of
"Unusual flowers for every occasion" Karlton F. Morris H A C K , S
CO 3-2608 and 3-9000 179 Mann Street Annapolis, Maryland
THE PARSONS COMPANY
220-222 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
LEROY E. MEYETT
REGISTERED MASTER PLUMBER
Plumbing and Heating o Pumps and Septic Tanks
RFD No. 1, Annapolis, Md. CO 3-5142
HARE BROS. AUTO PARTS, INC.
Foot of Main Street, Annapolis, Md.
Mt. Ranier and Bethesda, Md. and Alexandria, Va.
Congratulations and Best Wishes to '59
CLARK, MELVIN 8. HUGHES
5 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, Md
158 Main Street
Annapolis, Md. CO 3-3412
BEST OF LUCK FOR THE FUTURE
'jififfif nun mari ' ' ,
176 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
REAL ESTATE o INSURANCE
Severna Park Shopping Center
P.O. Box 325 Severna Park, Md.
Phone: Severna Park 471
ALL KINDS OF SANDWICHES
Soft Drinks o Ice Cream
275 West Street
EDDIE'S AMOCO SERVICE
GAS 0 OIL o AUTOMOTIVE o MARINE
ANNAPOLIS FURNITURE COMPANY
112 West Street
"EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME"
The Store for the Lad and his Dad
For something that's a bit different-il's
THE ANITA SHOPPE
'k YARNS 'I MILLINERY
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
' ' OS I' 6 I '
46 48 50 W t St e t Annapolis Md Ik SEPARA-IES Ik ACCESSORIES
181 Main Street Phone 3-2402
s. Korzm coMPANY C0mP'fmen'S0f
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS W- C- JAMAR CANDY C0-
100 Chinquapin Round Road 500 59Ve"'1 AVWW9
Annapolis, Maryland EU5fP0Yf. Md-
Telephone: C0 3-2471 Pl10l1e C0 3-2362
Complimenfs of BAY BRIDGE SHELL SERVICE
TASTEE FREEZ AND SNACK BAR U-5- Route 50
C. G. Smith, Proprietor St. Margarets, Md.
Cape St. Clair Revel Highway phone, 8,8966
C0mPllmenl5 Compliments of
of MEREDITH - ROANE COMPANY, INC.
SADLERS HARDWARE STORE lo. Box 428
122-128 Dock Street
THE BEST OF LUCK TO
8 THE CLASS OF 1959
' MlLLER'S CAMERA SHOP
Your Kodak Dealer in Annapolis
SADLER'S CRAB HOUSE JEWEU- BROTHERS
WE SPECIALIZE IN STEAMED CRABS AMOCO SERVICE STATION
310 Third slfeel EUSTPON, Md. 2043 West Street Annapolis, Md.
Phone C0 3-4087 Telephone s-3921
Compliments of Tommy Williams and C0mPll"'ef'f5
EASTPORT SHELL STATION of
6th Street and Severn Avenue CARR BROTHERS
"5ERV'CE W'T"' A 5M'lE" 3 Mile oek relephene 3-3151
JOHN H. HUGHES
GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
HAPPY MOTORING STARTS AT
JOHNNlE'S ESSO SERVICENTER
West Street at Lafayette
Colonial Annapolis, Md.
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