Annapolis High School - Wake Yearbook (Annapolis, MD)
- Class of 1960
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Annapolis , Morglond
Reared against the arch of heaven,
Looks she proudly down."
The young sophomore starfish gasped and started to dash up
the wrong ladder in a mad scramble for its tank. A patient Traffic
Squid turned it around and headed it in the right direction. As we
watched, we realized sadly that our own days as sophomores are
three years gone and that soon we shall be surfacing forever.
Ah, our Wake foams white with memories! The days when we
were all sophomores! We had just submerged, the ship was still a
maze to us, and, in the confusion of those first weeks aboard, we did
not think we would ever learn its ways. Captain Fowble and his
crew took us in hand and worked valiantly, even when we seemed
about to go straight to the bottom.
In our sophomore days life was dark and seemed pointless.
During our iunior year, however, we found a breathing space in
the rush, and, peering through the portholes, we glimpsed a few
stray gleams of light filtering down from the sunlit surface of the
sea. We began to understand a little of our course.
Now we are seniors. We know our ship stem to stern, it has
become almost our second home. This cruise has made us what we
are, and it has shaped our destinies. The ship is a part of us forever,
and this book is only a visible memento of what we shall never
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This year for the first time in the history of Anna-
polis Senior High School, a very successful foreign-
exchange program has been launched. We have
been most fortunate to have with us during the year
Eckart Wilcke from Frankfurt, Germany.
Throughout the year, Eckart has enthusiastically
supported many of our activities and organizations.
As a hard-working member of the Booster Club, a
keen observer on the Student Council, an active
writer for Tally-Ho, and an instructor for his own
German class after school, he has contributed con-
Eckart announces his plans for a German Class at AHS.
structively to our school.
As your friends, Eckart, we sincerely hope that we
have contributed as much to the broadening of
your horizons as you have to ours. May this year-
book serve as a memorable reminder of your stay
with us at Annapolis.
To you, Eckart Wilcke, the Class of 1960 dedicates
Wake in hopes that the foreign-exchange program
at Annapolis Senior High School may continue each
year as successfully as you have begun it!
Eckart admires athletic trophies in AHS's display case.
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Albert W. Fowble
Mr. Fowble adds another meeting to an already full schedule.
Mr. Wetherhold makes o check on truant students.
"The direction in which education starts a man will
determine his future life."-Plato
During the past twelve years you have been re-
ceiving an education in various schools. Your days
in these schools were designed to give you habits,
ideals, interests, and beliefs. It is hoped that these
days have given you some direction in determining
your future. Your education does not stop when you
graduate from high school, it continues throughout
your life. An educated man is superior to one of
little education and thus will have more direction to
his life. lt is my sincere hope that this school has
given proper direction to your lives through the edu-
cation you have received here.
I want to congratulate you upon your graduation
and to wish you continued success in your future
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Roland A. Olson Mr. Olson starring in "The Case of the Missing Report."
Reida Longenecker Stephen Fromeyer
Guidance Counselor Guidance Counselor
Miss Longenecker checks the supply of college catalogues. Mr. Fromeyer gathers information about the Senotarial Scholarship test
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Mrs. Louise M. Herklofz
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Only 200 more frcnscripis To go'
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A triumphant young sailor withdraws
thoughtfully from his lengthy torture at the
hands of the enemy. He directs his thoughts
not only toward his blueprints for a new life,
but also toward his "foster parents," the
faculty of Annapolis High. He realizes that
the products of their efforts are some of life's
most important possessions.
During the brave sailor's seemingly hope-
less ordeal, his well-trained mind successfully
evaded the persuasiveness of his captors. He
derived strength from the many inspirational
writings which his English teachers had pre-
sented, while he held his body together with
the physical stamina which was due in part
to the efforts of his athletic instructors. He
was even helped by the remembrance of the
faculty's sense of humor in difficult situations.
During his captivity the resourceful individual
used effectively the contributions of all his
teachers, therefore, he survived.
Now the sailor is free again. His ambition
in life is to be a teacher of as much value as
those who taught his Class of 1960. Possess-
ing their characteristic drive, patience, and
understanding, doubtlessly he will achieve
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Mrs. Vivian E. Bender
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Mr. Frank W. Draper, Ill
Economics 8 Psychology,
U. S. History
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World History, U. S.,
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Miss Beverly J. Barron
U. S. History, Problems
Mrs. Allene Bowling
Miss Mary Louise Hicks
Problems of Democracy
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Mr. Robert L. Scott
ln this complicated day and age the History De-
partment has chosen a worthy goal . . . to develop
in each student intelligent and responsible citizen-
ship. ln order to do this three basic courses are
taught. The first, World History, is designed to
acquaint each sophomore with the contributions of
dilterent nations to Western civilization and the
growth of this civilization and others. The second,
United States History, attempts to give each iunior
a detailed understanding of the American social,
political, economic, and cultural progress since its
beginning. Finally, the third, Problems of Democ-
racy, endeavors to give each senior a broad com-
prehension of his rights and obligations as an
American citizen as well as the function of govern-
ment in our society.
Charles Gates, Ronny Headrick, and Miss Hicks locate various countries
in connection with their discussion on democracy throughout the world.
The ability to speak and write good English is the
most necessary and most basic of all skills. There is
no career or occupation in which the ability to use
English well will not be helpful to you, and it is
necessary in the study of all other subiects. For these
reasons four years of English are required in order
to graduate from AHS.
English has four basic functions-listening, speak-
ing, reading, and writing-which are taught in all
AHS English classes. American and English literature
is studied by iuniors and seniors to learn of the
development of the ideas that have molded our
history. Sophomores study the relationships among
the peoples of the world in stories about foreign
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Mr. Ray G. Morris
English ll, lll
Mr. Webster and Miss Davis show Kenneth Longeway and Ann Schreitz Miss Margarete Sword
the correct spelling of a difficult word. English ll
Mr. Melvin R. Stuart
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Miss Lois E. Wri
Mr. Jean Paul R. Roberge
French I, II, English II
Mrs. Margaret Schmitz
Spanish I, ll, English III
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Latin I, II, World
Annapolis High School offers three languages-
Latin, French, and Spanish.
Latin, the basis for all the romance languages, is
offered for Iwo or three years. Through it, students
gain a better concept of the English language. Latin
is also an excellent preparation for the study of
In French, the emphasis is on understanding spo-
ken French and on being able to speak the Ian-
guage fluently. There is a lab stocked with tapes of
grammatical and conversational French with sepa-
rate earphones for each listener. French is offered
for four years.
Spanish I and Il seek to teach through reading
an understanding and appreciation of the culture of
our Spanish-speaking neighbors south of the border.
French students under the supervision of Mrs. Ballard test their skills
on the tape recorder.
Since mathematics is the basis for many of the
sciences, a country highly advanced in mathematics
is accordingly scientifically advanced. With these
and other facts in mind, the mathematics program
at AHS has been broadened considerably. Now, in
addition to algebra, business math, geometry, and
trigonometry, Annapolis High offers analytic geome-
try, college algebra, and calculus.
These new courses afford advantages such as
higher scores in College Board achievement tests,
scholarship, and other exams, less difficulty with
freshman mathematics in college, possible advanced
placement in college, and a broader mathematical
background for college science courses.
Everyone must take some mathematics courses.
Like a good library, Annapolis High's program has
something to suit the needs of everybody.
Ray Milkman and Shirley Falck listen intently as Mr. Rogers shows them
how easy "Trig" really is.
Mr. Anthony Bischoff
Mr. J. Calvin Rogers
Algebra tl, Mathe-
matics IV, V
Mr. Edward T. Jones
Algebra I, ll
Miss Ann L. Burchinal
Miss Kay Vian Eckert
enior S ence, Business Physics, Algebra ll,
at a cs Consumer Mathematics
Mr. G. P. Halterman Mr. C. A. Peregoy lll
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By providing many of its students with a strong
grasp of the fundamentals of science, Annapolis
High is helping to launch a number of scientific
careers in the Space Age. It's also making available
a valuable addition to the education of those whose
interests lie in other fields.
Biology, chemistry, and physics are representative
of the courses offered. In biology one becomes
acquainted with the "how" and the "why" of plant
and animal life. Chemistry deals with matter: its
composition and transformations. Physics is con-
cerned with matter, energy, and physical changes
in matter. Many of the elements of our surroundings,
such as heat, light, and physical forces, are studied
in detail. These three courses form the nucleus of
the scientific program at AHS.
Miss Burchinal explains to two biology students the process of one of
man's most overused abilities-the ability to speak.
Every year the demand for qualified office per-
sonnel becomes greater. In order to meet this chal-
lenge, AHS offers courses in which the basic skills
needed for office work are taught.
ln the commercial department the business-minded
student may take bookkeeping, two years of steno-
graphy and introductory and advanced courses in
typing. Training in these specialized courses is of
value to any student who wants immediate employ-
ment after graduation.
In addition to these basic courses, business arith-
metic and office training are offered as commercial
electives and may be taken by those students not 7 j' I
1, I 11. f 1, d T f ev .hx Mrs. H. W. Carpenter Miss Margaret R. Hake
con emp G mg Ur er S U Y Q co ege' .6 ,QV 1 h Office Training, Typing I, Bookkeeping
. 'f Typing ll I, Secretarial Book-
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Miss Justice times as Fred Eucare and Mary Lou Hanna strike again.
Miss Peggy P. Justice Mrs. Stella M. Morris
Typing I, Business Stenography I, ll
Miss Lola Burrall Mr. Robert F. Kunkle
Art II, III-IV Chorus: Music Theory
Mr. Kenneth W. Page
Miss Burrall offers advice to two as irin oun Rembrandts.
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At AHS the Fine Arts program centers around
two fields, music and art.
The Music Department strives to offer an apprecia-
tion of music to the entire student body. The Band,
under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Page, offers a
variety of musical opportunities from beginning in-
strumental groups to advanced marching and dance
bands. The Chorus and Music Theory classes under
Mr. Robert Kunkle offer experience in singing and
The Art Department seeks to develop creativity
in the student and acquaint him with the past achieve-
ments and present media of art. Art Il is concerned
with the fundamentals of color and design, and
Art Ill-IV is a continuation of the same principles
with the addition of oil painting.
Seeking to educate students in the practical duties
of life, the Useful Arts Department offers two sub-
iects-home economics for girls, and industrial arts
In home economics, girls learn the responsibilities
of a good homemaker to her family, the maintenance
of food, clothing, furniture, and home equipment.
'lindustrial arts strives to educate boys for future
industrial employment, teaching an appreciation of
good design and workmanship and skill in the use
of mechanical instruments that will be of use to them
in their later years. It also provides an opportunity
for each boy to become better informed about
industrial occupations available.
Mr. lawrence 'Bonari Mr. John A. Bowling
Shop IV, Industrial Arts, Shop II, Industrial Arts
Mr. Jay B. Orr Mrs. Madge G. Young
Industrial Artsg Shop III Home Economics llp
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, man's heart is through his stomach.
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Mr. William F. Best:
Mr. Neville Leonard:
The AHS physical education program offers
students an opportunity to develop vigor, strength,
co-ordination and desirable attitudes toward physi-
cal activity. Both the boys' and girls' programs in-
clude a wide variety of activities.
The boys' department provides team competi-
tion in football, basketball, and softball. The win-
ning team in each class is eligible for after-school
Sophomores learn that rope-climbing is not as easy as it looks!
Miss Barbara Edwards:
Miss Peggy Almond:
competition for the intramural championship. Indi-
vidual competition in wrestling leads to a group of
intramural champions who compete in a match
against the varsity. Other sports are gymnastics,
soccer, volleyball and track.
The girls' program includes field hockey,
archery, basketball, trampoline, tumbling, table ten-
nis, badminton, shuffleboard, volleyball, softball,
Senior leaders Marlene Finkelstein and Janet Diehl steady an appre-
hensive sophomore in her first headstand.
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It is hard to believe that this year we have
been the big fish in the big swim. Just three
years ago, we began the long iourney down-
stream toward the sea, now we are passing
the last point of land before we reach the sea.
Starfish and salmon, sand dollar and sea
horse-we have traveled the years together.
We have weathered the heavy storms, the
swirling currents, we have basked in the
gentle rays of the sun where they gleamed
through the clear water. Surely the currents
of the ocean will not sweep us apart, but
draw us closer still.
Our school of fish begins now to disband.
Our teachers have prepared us to enter the
sea, to live in the world of the ancient whale
and the gnarled shark. However, we will not
soon forget our trip downstream at AHS.
Cfaaa o 1960
CLASS ADVISORS: Row 1: Mrs. Virginia Ballard, Mr. Joseph Coe. Row 2
Mrs, Stella Morris, Miss Beverly Barron.
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to be one."
JOSEPH LENARD ADAMSKI Joe
"Laughter and fun, good humor
and fellowship rolled into one."
SALLY ANN AMOS Amos
"Persuasive speech, and more per-
suasive sighs, silence that spoke
and eloquence of eyes."
Wake: Patrons 4, Cir. 4, Typing 4,
Devotions 4, Booster Club 4, FTA 4
THEODORE SUMNER ABBETT Ted
V: Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 2, 3,
4, Track 2, Booster Club 2
WALTER HERBERT ASCHE Walt
"Those who bring sunshine into the
lives of others, cannot keep it from
Basketball: JV. 2, V. 3, 4, A Club
3, 4, Civitan Club 4
"The only reward of virtue is virtue,
the only way to have a friend is ness."
Chorus 2, JV. Volleyball 2 FHA 2
BARBARA FRANCES AUGUSTINE
"ln some blithe moment it was na-
ture's choice to dower a scrap of
sunset with a voice."
MARY AzAn Mary
"A pretty face is worth a fortune."
forget them all.
3, Booster Club 2
NANCY LEE ASQUITH Nancy
"The will of a man IS his happn
JUANITA BANGERT Nita
"lf to her share some female errors
fall, look on her face and youll
Wake: Patrons 4, Cnr 4 Chorus 2
CAROLYN JERRILL BARGE Jerrle
"A face with gladness overspreadl
Soft smiles, by human kindness
Wake: Cir. 4, Sr. Write-ups 3,
Chorus 2, 3, Booster Club 2.
ROBERT FREDERICK BEALL Bobby
"My future looks rosy, so I am
CARRIE ELIZABETH BASIL Carrie
"Sweets with sweets war not, joy
delights in icy."
Wake: Ad. 4, Patrons 4, Cir. 4,
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 2, 3,
Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster Club 2,
3, Sr. Play Selection 4, Prod. 4.
BONNIE LOU BASSFORD Bonnie
"She was tall and dark with eyes
like the night."
Phys. Ed. Assist. 4, Chorus 3, 4,
Jr. Prom Com. 3, Circus 2, FHA 4.
FAY NEVIIJLE BASSFORD Fay
"Of all heavenly gifts that mortal
men commend, what trusty treasure
in the world can cauntervaiil a
Wake: Cir. 4, Cafe. Helper 2, 3, 4,
FHA 2, 3, 4.
KATHERINE PATRICIA BELL Pat
"To thee only God granted a heart
To all always so open, ta all always
PATRICIA ANN BEARD Pat
"A well-bred silence always at
Office Helper 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster Club 4.
CAROL ANNIE BEATTIE Carol
"She's pretty to walk with,
And witty to talk with,
And pleasant to think on."
HR Alt. 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, FHA
3, 4, JCL 3.
CARLA VIRGINIA BENNETT Carla
"We know the truth not only by
the reason but also by the heart."
Traffic Squad 4, Wake: Lit. Com.
4, Cir. 4, Tally-Ho: Bus. Staff 4,
Int. Rel. Club 3, Senior Play: Prod.
4, Selec. 4, Cercle Francais 4.
CECILIA BONNETT Sissy
"The ioyfulness of a woman pro-
longeth her days."
Wake Typing 4.
JACQUELINE BENNETT Jackie
"It is these that are worth the
homage of the earth for we find
them but once in a while."
HR Rep. 4, HR Alt. 2, 3, Traffic
Squad 4, Monitor Squad 3, Talent
Night 2, Wake: Adv. 2, Cir. Ed. 4,
Tally-Ho Rep. 2, Assem Com. Chm.
4, Chorus 2, V Hockey Mgr. 4,
Jr. Prom Com. 3, A Club 4, Booster
Club 2, 3, Make-up Com. 3.
WILLIAM JOHN BENNETT Bill
"Our character is our will, for what
we will, we are."
Traffic Squad 4, Soc. Com. 2, 4,
V: Soccer 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
A Club 2, 3, 4, Circus 2, 3, 4,
Civitan Club 4.
LESLIE JANET BORO Leslie
"Though cloudy the day, stormy
The sky of the heart is always
HR Alt. 2, Wake: Make-up 4, Lit.
4, Ad. 4, Patrons 4, Cir. 4, Typing
4, Sr. Write-ups 4, Tally-Ho Bus.
Staff 4, Soc. Com. 2, Devotions 3,
4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Circus 4,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Prod.
4, Selection 4, JCL 3, 4.
LINDA DELL BOWEN Linda
"There is no greater delight than
to be conscious of sincerity on self
Tally-Ho Typing 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4.
WALTER CHESTER BIALOUSZ Wally
"There's health and goodness in
ln which an honest laugh has birth.
So until the happy end
Your life shall never lack a friend."
HR Rep. 4, Traffic Squad 4, V:
Soccer 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 3, 4, A Club 2, 3, 4, Civitan
KATHRYN ABBEY BOWYER Kitty
"A very carefree maiden, and a
iolly friend as well."
Booster Club 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA JEAN BROOKS Barb
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 4,
Wake: Patrons 4, Cir. 4, Soc. Com.
4, Office Helper 4, Jr. Prom Com.
3, JV Basketball 3, A Club 3, 4,
RICHARD ERWIN BRYANT Dick
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Plain without pomp, and nc with-
out a show."
Transfer from Oak Park High
CHARLES WILLIAM BROWN Charlie
"Laugh and the world laughs with
you . . ."
JCL. 3, 4.
ALISON KATHRYN BURBAGE Alison
"Great feelings hath she of her
own, which lesser souls may never
know, God giveth them to her
alone . . ."
Wake Lit. 4, Tally-Ho 3, 4, Office
Helper 4, Int. Rel. Club 3, Chorus
2, Booster Club 4, Soc. Sci. Sem-
KENNETH HERBE'RT BROWN Ken
"Born for success he seemed, with
grace to win, with heart to hold,
with shining gifts that took all
H'R Rep. 2, Talent Night 2, 3, V:
Football 2, 3, Track 2, Lacrosse 2,
3, 4, JV Team Mgr. 2, A Club 3,
4, Civitan Club 3, 4.
JOHN BURKHARDT John
"Good deeds speak louder than
CHARLES CURTIS BRUSH Charlie
"Reason and iudgement are the
qualities of a leader."
HR Rep. 3, Traffic Squad Officer 4,
Talent Night 4, V Mgr. 3.
MARGARET MACPHAIL BURNS
"The smiles that win, the tints that
glow, but tell of days in goodness
spent, a mind at peace with all
below, a heart whose love is in-
Wake: Make-up 4, Sr. Write-ups
3, 4, Ad. 4, Lit. 4, Band 2, V Team
Mgr. 4, A Club 4, Booster Club
2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM H. BUTTRILL, JR. Bill
"You hear that boy laughing? You
think he's all fun, but the angels
laugh, too, at the good he has
Traffic Squad 4, Assist. lib. 3,
Band 2, Caf. Helper 2, 3, 4, Chorus
3, 4, Booster Club 25 FTA 4.
JEANETTE PAULA CHASE Paula
"There's nothing worth the wear of
winning, but laughter and the love
Chorus 2, 3, 4: V Hockey 4, Soft-
ball 3, A Club 3, 4, Booster Club
EMILY ELLIOTT CADLE .... .,.. . Em
"She has a head to :ontrive and
a hand to execute any mischief."
Soc. Com. 2, Cat. Helper 2, 3, JV
Basketball 2, 3i A Club 2, 3, 4,
Booster Club 2, 3, FHA 2, 3.
LINDA CLAFFEY Linda
"Golden hair like sunlight beam-
wiLuAM BENJAMIN CARRAWAY JoHN Lewis coxen John
B""" "wh 'e Y ll
"Faithful service should be long icy yiuvlqz ou may as we on-
remambere 'H Intra. Softball 2.
lntra. Softball 27 lntra. Basket-
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
JOYCE PAULINE CHAMBERS Joyce OMA CAROL COLLINS Omg
"A smile that is sweet will surely "A smile that glows colonial rosy-
find a smile that is iust as sweet." red, loves proper hue."
FRANCIS BAGBY COLLINSON Frank JOAN ELIZABETH COSTELLO .Ioan
"Slow and steady wins the race." "Perhaps the reward of the spirit
who tries is not the goal but the
lntra. Basketball 2, 3.
DAVID WILLARAD CONNOR David
"An act of kindness is a good in-
KATHLEEN MARY COSTELLO Kathy
"Officious, innocent, sincere, of
every friendless name the friend."
Wake: Cir. 4, Typing 4, Chorus 41
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JOHN ADAM CORDONE John PATRICIA REA COX Pai
"Give to the world the best you "Genteel in personage, conduct,
hqv9," and equipagep noble by heritage,
generous and free."
Tally-Ho Rep. 2, 3, 4, Band 2.
LINDA BETH CORNWELI. linda RONALD CRAMER Ronnie
"A soft answer tvrneih dwoy "Carefree as the day is long."
FHA 3, 4.
Intra.BasketbalI 37 Intro. Football 4.
RICHARD THOMAS CROSBY Dick
"The smile that won't come off."
Intro. Softball 2, 3, lntra. Basket-
ball 3, 4.
CAROL ANN DAVIS Carol
"Beauty, strength, youth are flowers
but fading seen, duty, faith, love
are roots ever green."
Student Council Sec. 4, Jr. Class
Sec. 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Quill
8m Scroll 3, 4, Traffic Squad Off. 4,
Talent Night 2, 3, 4, Wake: Make-
up 3, 4, Adv. 2, Tally-Ho: Assist
News Ed. 3, Rep. 2, Jr. Prom
Com. 3, V Hockey 4, JV Hockey
2, Basketball 3, A Club 3, 4,
Booster Club 2, 3, Jr. Civitan
NANCY ELIZABETH CROWLEY
"Nothing ever succeeds which ex-
uberent spirits have not helped to
HR: Rep. 4, Alt. 3, Traffic Squad 4,
Talent Night 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, A Club 2, 3, 4,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleaders:
JV 2, V 3, 4, Captain 4.
JAMES SYLVE'STER DEL PRIORE Del
"A merry heart doeth good like a
JV Football 2.
BARBARA DAGGETT Barbara CHARLES KENNETH DEWBERRY
"Serene will be her days, and Charlie
happy will her nature be."
"For the good are always the
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
DELMA NAOMI DANIELS Delma
"Silence more musical than any
LOUISE HILDA DIAMOND Louise
"Where there's a will there's a
Basketball 2, 3, Hockey 2, 4, Soft-
ball 3, A Club 2, 3, 4, Booster
MARY MARGARET DICEY Mary JUDITH DODGE Judy
"Through her expressive eyes her "Silence is the mother of truth."
soul distinctly speaks."
Chorus 2, 3, 4,
JANET l.EE DIEHL Janet
"At home or abroad there's peace
in her smile,
Cheerful good nature that needs
HR Alt. 3, 4, Traffic Squad 3, 4,
Talent Night 2, 3, 4, Tally-Ho Re-
porter 2, 3, Social Com. Off. 2,
Jr. Prom Com. 3, JV Basketball 3,
A Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Circus 2,
3, Booster Club 2, 3, Maiorettes 2,
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4,
Civitan Club 3, 4.
DIANNE LEAH DIENER Dianne
"Her voice was soft and winning.
Her laughter was like a rippling
Talent Night 4, Wake: Typing 4,
Chorus 3, 4.
SYLVIA ANNE DODSON Sylvia
"For when with beauty we can
virtue ioin, we paint a semblance
of a form divine."
HR Alt. 2, Class Sec. 4, Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Talent Night 2, 3, 4,
Soc. Com. 2, 3, 4, Office Helper 4,
Chorus 2, 3, V Softball 3, Jr. Prom
Com. 3, A Club 2, 3, 4, Circus 3,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
3, 4, Treas. 4, Wake: Senior Write-
ups 4, Homecoming Court 4.
ROBERT IRVIN DOM, JR. Bob
"Always have old memories and
Office Helper 4.
PAULETTA LOUISE DITTMAN JUDY ELIZABETH DONALDSON
"A sweet attractive kind of grace, "Grace was in all her steps, and
a full assurance given by looks." in every gesture, dignity and love."
Office Helper 3.
JOHN BROOKS DONOVAN Jack KENNETH LEE DOVE Kenny
"To love the gain beyond the "Variety is the spice of life, that
gives it all its flavor."
V Footbal 4, Lacrosse 3, A Club 4, Chorus 2.
Civitan Club 4.
ROBERT LEE DORSEY Bob ALICE LEE DUCKETT Alice
An honest heart possesses a "She feared no danger, for she
kingdom knew no sin."
V Football 4 Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, JV Office Helper 4, V Softball 3, JV
Football 3 Basketball 2.
BRUCE EDWARD DOUGLAS Bruce KENNETH WILSON DUCKETT Duck
Not education but character, is "Are you naturally clever, or do
mans greatest need and man's you work all night?"
greens' solegualdy Hi-Y 3, Decoration Com. 3.
CARROLL REGINALD DOVE Carroll
"Responsibility walks hand in hand
with capacity and power."
HR Rep. 2, 3, Sr. Class Pres. 4,
Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Talent Night
2, 3, 4, Wake: Make-up 3, 4, Lit.
4, Tally-Ho: Assist Ed. 3, 4, Re-
porter 2, Soc. Com. VP 3, Assem.
Com. 3, Devotions 3, 4, Int. Rel.
Club 2, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus
3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. Chm. 3, Booster
Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Civitan
Club 4, Cercle Francais 4.
JUDITH DYE'R Judy
"Curfew must not ring tonight."
Wake: Make-up 4, Ad. 4, Patrons
4, Tally-Ho Reporter 4, Devotions
4, Booster Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2.
PAUL ERNEST EHLE Paul
"Knowledge is power."
HR Alt. 2, 4, Honor Society 2, 3,
4, Tally-Ha Assist. Ed. 3, Wake:
Lit. 4, Cercle Francais 4.
SHIRLEY ANNE FALCK Shirley
"A friend is a person with whom
I can be sincere. Before him I may
Wake: Senior Write-ups 4, Lit. 4,
Patrons 4, Typing 4, Tally-Ho Re-
porter 4, Chorus 3, 4, Jr. Prom
Com. 3, Booster Club 4, FTA 4,
Sr. Play Selection Com. 4, Traffic
CHRISTINE BROUGHTON EWELL
GARY SCOTT ELLIOTT Gary
"Thou shalt be served thyself by
every sense of service which thou
SUSAN ISABIEL ENGLE Sue
"A pleasant manner is worth a
Chorus 3, 4.
DIANNE CAROL FARMER Dianne
"A lovely lady, garmentecl in light
from her own beauty."
Talent Night 2, Wake: Patrons 4,
Chorus 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster
Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Make-up Com.
2, Art Service 4.
LINDA FELDMEYER Linda
"She looks so bewitchingly simple,
Yet therd's mischief in every dimple."
HR Rep. 3, Traffic Squad 4, Wake:
Ad. 4, Patrons 4, Tally-Ho Reporter
2, 3, 4, Soc. Com. 2, 3, Devotions
4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster Club
2, 3, 4.
CLARK ALLAN FERGUSON Clarlt
Cl"'ls "He is original because he is
A comrade bllthe and full of glee,
who dares to laugh out loud and
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 2, 3,
4, Wake: Make-up Com. 4, Lit. 4,
Ad. 3, 4, Mgr. 4, Cir. 4, Tally-Ho
Reporter 2, Soc. Com. 2, 3, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, Booster Club 2, 3, 4.
Talent Night 4.
MARLENE FINKELSTEIN Mar
"Who never defers and never de-
mands, but smiling, takes the world
in her hands."
HR Rep. 2, Alt. 4, Jr. Class Treas.
3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4,
Traffic Squad 4, Monitor Squad 2,
3, Talent Night 2, 3, Wake: Ed-in-
Chief 4, Tally-Ho Reporter 2, 3, 4,
Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Soc. Com. 2, 3,
Treas. 2, V Volleyball 3, 4, Jr. Prom
Com. Chm. 3, A Club 3, 4, Booster
Club 2, 3, 4, Public Relations Com.
4, Modern Dance 2, Cercle Fran-
RICHARD FRANKE Richard
"The true, strong, and sound mind
that can embrace equally great
things and smaIl."
V Soccer 3, 4.
JOYCE ELAINE FORD Joyce
"A college ioke to cure the dumps."
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
JOHN ERIC FRE'DLANtD Eric
"The measure ofa man is the depth
of his convictions, the breadth of
his interests, and the height of his
HR Rep. 2, 4, Alt 3, Honor Society
2, 3, 4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Traffic
Squad Officer 4, Wake l.it. 4, Tally-
Ho: Editor-in-Chief 4, Sports Ed. 3,
V: Wrestling 3, Golf 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4.
RICHARD A. FORSYTH Richard DONNA DIANE FREY Donna
"Straight is the gate and narrow is "The best part of beauty is that
the path which leads to life." which a picture cannot express."
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
SYLVIA JANE FOWLER Sylvia
"Who is Sylvia? What is she? That
all our swains commend her?"
Talent Night 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4.
JOHN MILNER GARRETT Spiro
"A little nonsense now and then is
relished by the best of men."
HAR Alt. 2, 3, V: Soccer 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 4, Track 2, JV Basketball
2, Statistician 4, A Club 4.
CHARLES P. GATES Bucky CECILIA MARY GOCHENAUER
"Good without effort, great without TUOM9
foe." "She is truly great who hath a
V: Soccer 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Lacrosse Qfet'-ll Cl"C'flfY-H
4, A Club 3, 4. Transfer from lower Senior High,
CAROL LOGUE GEBERT Carol
"My heart is like a singing bird!"
Quill 8- Scroll 3, 4, Talent Night 4,
Wake: Assoc. Ed. 4, Make-up 3,
Sr. Write-ups 4, Lit. 4, Ad. 4, Tally-
Ho Reporter 3, 4, Soc. Com. 3,
Office Helper 3, Devotions 4,
Chorus 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster
Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, FTA 4,
Et. Cetera 3, Booster Club Treas. 4,
Traffic Squad 4.
THOMAS PATRICK GEORGE' Tommy
"An optimist is wrong as often as
a pessimist, but he has a lot more
RICHARD CYRUS GOODWIN
"Wood burns because it has the
proper stuff in it, and a man be-
comes famous because he has the
proper stuff in him."
Traffic Squad Officer 4, V Mgr:
Baseball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Hi-Y
3, 4, Officer 3, 4.
SHARON LEE GOULD Sharon
"She is little, she is wise,
She's a dynamo for her size."
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 2, 3,
Wake: Cir. 4, Tally-Ho Reporter
2, 3, Soc. Com. 3, Office Helper 3,
Chorus 2, Jr. Prom Com. 3, A Club
4, Booster Club 2, V Cheerleader
4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Make-up Com. 3.
CHARLES VOIT Gll.l.MER Charley GORDON THOMAS GOULD Tom
"Charms strike the sight, but merit "l laugh, for hope hath happy
wins the soul." place with me."
V: Football 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3,
4, A Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Civitan
SCHUY'LER RENNIE GRAHAM Sky
"Common sense is not so common."
KATHERINE ROBERTA GRIMES Kay
"l follow but myself,
Heaven is my iuclgef'
HR Rep. 4, Quill 8: Scroll 4, Traffic
Squad 4, Monitor Squad 3, Wake:
Make-up 4, Patrons 4, Cir. 4,
Tally-Ho Assoc. Ed. 4, Reporter 2,
3, Bus. Staff 4, Devotions 4, Chorus
, 'Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
ALFRED A. GRAU Al
"The secret of success IS constancy
V: Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4,
Track 2, A Club 3, 4.
CAROL SUE G'REE'NGO'LD Greenie
"A picture is worth a thousand
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 2, 4,
Wake: Make-up 3, Ad. 4, Photo.
Ed. 3, 4, Tally-Ho: Reporter 2, 3,
Bus. Staff 3, Soc. Com. 3, Devotions
2, 3, 4
JACK B. GRITZ Jaclr
"Cheerful at morn he wakes from
Breathes the keen air and carols
as he goes."
V Team Mgr. 2.
MARY ANN GROSECLOSE
"There is nothing like fun, is
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 3,
Woke: Cir. 4, Soc. Com. 2, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, Booster Club 2,
4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster Club
2, 3, 4.
ETHAN ALLEN GREENLEAF Ethan
"Just at the age 'twixt boy and
youth, when thought is speech, and
speech is truth."
Circus 2, 3.
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
STANLEY JENS HAAVIK Stanley
"He has moved a little nearer to
the master of all music."
Traffic Squad Officer 4, Talent
Night 2, 3, 4, Wake: Photo 4,
Tally-Ho Photo. 3, Band 2, 3, 4,
Band: Pres. 4, Drum Major 4, Dance
Band 2, 3, 4, Circus 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4.
WILLIAM GARNIE HAGOOD, JR. DOROTHY ELEANOR HARDESTY
Hwhathedoesisalwayswell done." "Purpose is what gives life o
Chorus 3, 4. meaning."
SUSAN HAINES Sugqn ROSETTA HARDESTY Rosetta
"ln quietness and confidence shall "Wise fo fewlve and Pflfiehl to
be your strength." fefbrm-"
School Treasurer 4, Tally-Ho Typ-
FLORA 5U.5 HALL su, FLORENCE CATHERYNE HARRIS
"Endurance is the crowning qual- Hon'
ity, and patience all the passion of "The good YOU do is NOT IOSL
snag haunt" though you forget it."
MARY LOUISE HANNA Mary Lou JOHN P. HARRIS John
"There is in souls a sympathy with "He speaketh not, and yet there
sounds." lies a conversation in his eyes."
Talent Night' 27 Chorus 3, 4.
MARYLAND JANE HARTGE
"Why, then the world's mine
oyster which I with sword will
HR Rep. 4, Alt. 3, Sr. Class Treas.
4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treas.
4, Traffic Squad 4, Tally-Ho Fea-
ture Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Assembly
Com. 4, Social Com. 3, Devotions
3, 4, Booster Club 2.
MARTHA VIRGINIA HARTMAN
"There are some silent people
who are more interesting than the
Art Service 2, 3, JCL 3, 4.
V Football 3, JV Football 2.
ARTHUR LEE HARRISON Lee DIANA JEAN HAYS DIUNU
"There is no wisdom like frank- "Noi much lallf"U Qfeal Sweet
DIANNE MARIE HAYS Dianne
"Silence is more eloquent than
NANCY IRENE HAZEL Nancy
"Life is a iest, and all things
show it. I thought so once, but
now I know it."
HR. Alt. 2, Wake Typing 4, De-
votions 4, V Softball 4, .IV Bas-
ketball 3, Booster Club 2, Public
Relations Com. 4.
FRANCES AGNES HAWORTH
"The quickest way to a man's
heart is through his stomach."
FHA 2, 3, 4, Treas, 2, Pres. 3, 4,
Md. State Pres. 3, Fashion Show
2, 3, Jr. Prom Com. 3, AHS Bowl-
ing league 4.
MARION HEADRICK Ronnie
"Not that I love study less, but
that I love fun more."
Talent Night 2, Wake Cir. 4, Soc.
Com. 2, Devotions 4, Band 2, V:
Basketball 3, Hockey Captain 2,
Softball 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, A
Club 4, Booster Club 2, 3, Public
Relations Com. 4.
LIN-DA MARIE HEAVENER Linda
"She is short-with a pretty face
and abundant dark hair."
Talent Night 2, Wake: Make-up
2, Art 4, Tally-Ho Reporter 3, 4,
Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster Club 3,
4, Make-up Com. 2.
CAROL ANN HINTON Carol
"individuality is everywhere to be
spared and respected as the root
of everything good."
Wake: Make-up 4, Cir. 4, Tally-
Ho: Assist. Ed. 2, Art 2, Reporter
2, Social Com 2, V Hockey 4, Jr.
Prom. Com. Chm. 3, Booster Club,
2, 3, 4, Et Cetera: Assist. Art. Ed
3, Make-up Com. 3, Cercle Fran-
TERRY HELSEL Terry
"Each year to friendships a ring
is added, as to an oak."
CAPITOLA PATRICIA HERRMANN
"ln framing an artist, art hath
thus decreed-to make some good,
but others to exceed."
Wake: Art 2, 3, 4, Make-up Ed.
4, Soc. Com. 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, JCL 4, Pub-
lic Relations Com. 4.
LLOYD WESELY HONTZ JR.
"The great end of life is not
knowledge but action."
JAMES EDWARD HOOPER JR.
"As happy a man as any in
the world, for the whole world
seems to smile upon me."
Baseball 3, 4.
SANDRA JEANNE HILL Sandy JAMES R. HOPKINS Jimmy
A kindly word in dark hours "His wise rare smile is sweet with
She proves a friend indeed." cel-tainties."
Wake Typist 4 Assist. Lib. 4. V Baseball 3, 4.
LINDA ANN HUBBARD Linda
"Beautiful lives are those that
bless silent rivers of happiness,
Whose hidden fountains but few
FHA 2, 3, 4.
NANCY ELLEN JACKINS Nancy
"Blushing is the color of virtue."
Wake: Make-up 4, Cir. 4, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Booster Club 3, FTA 4,
Sr. Play Selection Com. 4.
JANET WELLS HEIDLER Janet
JOANN JACKSON JoAnn
For tis the mind that makes the
Talent Night 2.
Live truly and thy life shall be a
great and noble creed."
HR Alt. 3, Monitor Squad 3,
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM MARTIN HUNKAPILLER
"Nothing is useless to the man of
sense, he turns everything to ac-
HR Rep. 4, Jr. Class Pres. 3, Honor
Society 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, V: Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, A
Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Civitan
Club 2, 3, 4.
MARGO ANN JACKSON Margo
"Be to her merits kind and to her
faults, what'er they are, be blind."
Talent Night 2, 3, Jr. Prom Com.
3, Booster Club 2, 3, 4.
FLORENCE ELAINE HYDE Elaine
"A constant friend is a thing rare
and hard to find."
Talent Night 3, 4, Tally-Ho: Rep.
2, 3, 4, Wake: Senior Write-ups
4, Make-up 4, Typing 4, Social
Com. 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4,
JCL 3, 4.
JOYCE JACOBSON Joy
"Content is wealth, the riches of
the mind, and happy is he who
can such riches find."
THOMAS HARRISON JARREL
"Character is higher than intel-
V: Football 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2,
3, 4, A Club 3, 4, Civiion Club
WILBUR GREGORY JON-ES Wilbur
"Young men's love then lies not
truly in their hearts, but in their
heads in the world."
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Office Helper 4.
CAROLYN JONES Carolyn
"Honesty is the best policy."
Val BARBARA JEAN JORDAN Barbara
"A good heart is better than all the "For thy smiles can make daylight
where darkness else would be."
JOYCE JORDAN Joyce
"A happy soul, that all the way
To heaven hath a summer's day."
Talent Night 3, Soc. Com. 3,
Chorus 2, 3, Office Helper 4, Jr.
Prom Com. 3.
MARY LEE JONES Mary
"Where hearts are true, few
words will do."
MARY ELIZABETH JORDAN Mary
"To know that which before us lies
in daily life is the prime wisdom."
Monitor 3, Talent Night 3, Soc.
Com, 3, Office Helper 4, Chorus
2, 3, Jr. Prom Com. 3.
GEORGE JOHN KALLIS George
"lf man plant himself indomitably
on his instincts, and there abide,
the huge world will come rou'nd
V: Basketball 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3,
4, JV Basketball 2.
NANCY LYNNE KELCH Nannie
"Kindness is the sunshine in which
Traffic Squad 4, Wake: Sr. Write-
ups 4, Devotions 4, Int. Rel. Club
3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Selec-
tion Com. 4, Prod. 4.
ALAN STUART KATCEF Alan
"The clear brown eyes, friendly
and alert, give confident regard to
the passing world . . . "
SC Pres. 4, HR Rep. 3, Talent Night
4, V: Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Wrestling
2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, A Club
3, 4, Booster Club 4, Civitan
LENORE FAYE KATCEF Lenore
"lf silence were golden, she'd al-
ways be broke."
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4,
Talent Night 2, 3, Wake: Cir. 4,
Sr. Write-ups 4, Tally-Ho: Rep. 2,
Bus. Staff 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 4, Soc.
Com. 2, 3, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 4.
ELEANOR CARSON KEOWN
"Gentle of spee
FHA 3, 4.
MARGARET JEAN KLEEIBERG
"A loving heart
of all knowledge."
Chorus 3, 4, FHA 4.
ch, benelicient of
is the beginning
ANDREW FREDERICK KAUFMANN
"The world is a wheel, and it will
all come round right."
Traffic Sqd. 4, V Soccer 4, JCL
SHELDON TERRY KLEGER Sheldon
"There is endless merit in a man's
knowing when to do."
SIDNEE NAN KOTZIN Sidnee
"Obi Could you the melody of
every grace and music of her face?"
HR Alt. 3, Traffic Squad 4, Talent
Night 2, Wake: Patron Mgr. 4,
Cir. 4, Tally-Ho: Assist. Sports Ed.
3, Reporter 2, 3, Bus. Staff 3, 4,
Soc. Com. 3, Assist. Lib. 4, Chorus
3, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster Club
2, 3, A Club 4.
ELIZABETH SHARON ANN
"Truth is within ourselves."
Band 2, 3, 4.
DARRELL WAYNE KRAMER Wayne
"Simplicity of character is no
hindrance to subtlety of intellect."
V: Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2,
3, Lacrosse 4, Wrestling 2, A Club
3, 4, Civitan Club 3, 4.
HENRY ANTHONY KUNKEL
"Nurture your mind with great
thought. To believe in the heroic
THOMAS WALTER LAMBROSE
"ln quietness and confidence shall
be your strength."
Talent Night 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4,
Circus 3, Hi-Y 4.
JEAN ANN LAPE Jean
"A friend may well be reckoned
the masterpiece of nature."
Traffic Squad 4, Monitor 3, Tal-
WILLIAM JOHN KUPER Bill
"A gentleman is a man who owes
nothing and leaves the world in
debt to him."
Transfer from Glen Burnie H. S.,
Glen Burnie, Maryland.
ent Night 3, 4, Soc. Com. 3,
Chorus 2, Booster Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y
Officer 3, 4.
MARY AUGUSTA LAYNG Mary
"Mind cannot follow it nor words
express her infinite sweetness."
Wake Typist 4, Tally-Ho Bus.
LINDA ANN LEE Linda HOWARD ALBERT LEWIS Howard
"A lovely lady, garmented in light "5P9Ulf lllflsi heat' H1UCl1-"
from her own beauty."
HR Rep. 37 Talent Night 2, 3, 4,
Wake Chief Typist 4, Assem. Com.
Sec. 3: Office Helper 4, Jr. Prom
Com. 3, FHA 2, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Art Service 4.
Band 2, 3, 47 V Team Mgr. 2.
SANDRA LEMUELS Sandy CHARLES LEWNES Charlie
"Thy modesty's a candle to thy "The manly part is to do with
merit," might and main what you can do."
Tally-Ho Typist 4, Wake Typist 4. HR Rep. 2, 4, V: Football 2, 3, 4,
Lacrosse 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4,
A Club 2, 3, 4, Civitan Club 3, 4.
RUSSELL LEITCH Rusty KATHRYN IRENE LOCKHART Katy
"To find out what one is fitted to "Hitch your wagon to a star."
dv and fo SQCUV9 an 0PP0'lU"'l'Y Monitor Squad 3, Office Helper 4.
to do it is the key to happiness"
Intra. Football 3, 4.
JOHN JACOB BERNARD LERCH, lll ALFRED WILLARD LYONS AI
B9l"Wl'd "The force of his merits malres
"Thy love ot learning, the seques- his own way."
tered nooks, and all the sweet Ar, service 2, 3.
serenity ot books."
MARTHA LEE McCARTHY Martha SCOTT HOWARD McKENNA Scott
"To travel hopefully is better than "Promises may get friends, but it
to arrive." is performance that keeps them."
Chorus 2, 3. JV Mgr. 4.
ANNE MARSHALL McCLAUGHRY
"How far that little candle throws
its beamsl So shines o good deed
in a naughty world."
Chorus 2, 3.
JAMES ALBERT MACEY Jimmy
"Never idle a moment, but thrifty
and thoughtful of others."
Intro. Baseball 2, Intra. Football 3.
LINDA LLOYD MACKEY Linda
"Julius Caesar, whose remembrance
yet lives in men's eyes and will, to
ears and tongues, be theme and
Pax Romana Ed. 4, Tally-Ho Re-
write Staff 4, Wake 4, Chorus
2, 3, 4, JCL 4, Booster Club 4.
MARSHA ROSE McNAMARA
"Speech is great, but silence is
Band 3, 4.
CAROLE LOUISE MclN,TIRE Carole JANET DIANE MCNEW Di
"Her smile is the sweetest that "Her goodness dgfh disdain com.
WGS ever S6001-" parison, and, but herself, admits
Talent Night 4, Chorus 4, Booster no Parallel",
Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4. Monitor 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Booster
LENORE HALES MCNULTY Lonnie
"She left no little things behind,
excepting loving thoughts and
Homecoming Queen 4, SC Treas.
4, H'R Alt. 2, 3, Class Treas. 2, Traf-
fic Sqd. 4, Talent Night 2, 3, 4,
Wake Sr. Write-ups Ed. 4, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, A Club Treas. 4,
Social Science Seminar 3, Cheer-
leader, JJV 3, V 4.
GEORGIA JANE MAYER Georgia
"Truth and goodness and beauty
are but different faces of the
H'R: Rep. 2, Alt. 4, Talent Night 2,
35 Assem. Com. 2, Jr. Prom Com.
3, Cheerleader: V 4, JV 2, 3.
JOYCE MARKWELL Jgyce VIRGINIA MAE MAYO Virginia
"Virtue alone is the unerring sign "With power on thine own, UC?-"
of a noble soul
V: Hockey 4, Softball 3, 4.
HELEN ELIZABETH MASON Helen JOHN McKEAL
"She's armed without that's in- "Make hay while the sun shines."
Band 2, 3, 4.
VIIRGINIA LOUISE MASON Gina
"-with hair as black as ebony
and skin as white as snow."
Wake Photo 4, Chorus 2.
RAYMOND HENRY MILKMAN Ray
"lf a man has an idea, he can
communicate itf and if he has a
clear one, he will communicate it
HR Alt. 2, Basketball: V 3, 4,
'Q . v W
CECILIA DRAKE MILLARD Cecilia
"She who enjoys doing and en-
joys what she has done is happy."
HIR Alt. 47 Talent Night 2j Wake:
Sr. Write-ups 4, Typing 47 Soc.
Com. 47 Booster Club 4.
GLADYS PAGE MOONEY Gladys
"He who can create works of art
need not collect them."
Sr. Play Selection 4.
Monitor Squad 37 Chorus 3, 47
ERNEST BURTON MILLER Ernest
"I agree with no man's opinionsf
I have some of my own."
HR Alt. 27 Traffic Sqd. 47 JV
Football 27 JCL 37 Science Seminar
KATHRYNE EILE-EN MOLLMAN
"One who has both feet firmly
planted in mid-air."
Wake: Make-up7 Booster Club 2.
HILDRETH BRADFORD MORTON
"People are always good com-
pany when they are doing what
they really enjoy."
Soc. Com. 47 Jr. Prom Com. 3.
SALLIE POWELL MUSTERMAN
"The thing that goes the farthest
towards malring lite worthwhile,
That costs the least, and does the
most, is just a pleasant smile."
MARY CATHERINE MOLTER Cathy
"Mind cannot follow it, nor words
express her infinite sweetness."
Traffic Sqd. 47 Wake: Adv. 4, Cir.
47 Tally-Ro Re-write 47 Social Sci-
ence Seminar 37 Booster Club 47
Chem. Lab Assist. 4.
Booster Club 2.
LOIS FRANCES MYERS Lois
"The greatest happiness comes
from the greatest activity."
Talent Night 3, 4i Chorus 3, 47
SHIRLEY ANN NASH Shirl
"Virtue alone outbuilds the pyr-
JOYCE LUCIA NORTH Joyce
"We know nothing of tomorrow,
our business is to be happy today."
HR Alt. 4, Talent Night 3, Office
Helper 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
Tri-HifY 3, 4.
CAROL MAE NICHOLS Carol
"A pleasant manner is worth a
Talent Night 4, Wake: Patrons 4,
Cir. 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Booster
Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
CAROLYN AUDREY NICHOLS
"Those who bring sunshine to the
lives of others cannot keep it from
Wake: Make-up 4, Ad. 2, Cir. 4,
Soc. Com. 2, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
FHA 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Booster
Club 4, JCL 4.
MARY AUGUSTA NOYCE Mary
"Her smile was like a rainbow
flashing from a misty sky."
Talent Night 2, 3, 4, Wake Ad.
4, FHA 2, Booster Club 2, 3.
ELLEN VIRGINIA OLSEN Ellen
"Wit and humor belong to genius
Wake Patrons 3, 4, V Team Mgr.
4, FHA 2, A Club 4.
Booster Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3.
CAROL LANE NIXON Carol CARROLL H. PALMER Carroll
She had high spirits and a merry l shall not see the shadows, I
soul." shall not feel the rain."
Talent Night 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, V Soccer 3, 4.
1 1-ft 'H
DOUGLAS AVERY PALMER Doug
"l have no talent for making new
friends, but oh, such a genius for
fidelity to old ones."
Office Helper 4, Band 2, 37
PATRICIA ANN PATTERSON Pat
"Happiness is speechless."
Transfer from St. Mary's High
School, Annapolis, Md.
PEGGY PALMER Peggy PATRICIA ANN PETTINGALL Pat
"Discretion is the better part of "lt is only noble to be good '
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
HAROLD WALTER PARKS Hal JOHN ANDREW PHELPS Andy
"l have no mockings or arguments, "As he thinketh in his heart so
I witness and wait." is he."
Talent Night 2, Chorus 3, Track Talent Night 4, Chorus 3 4
CHAROLYN RUTH PASTRANA Lyn
"Love is the hewer that wins the
HR: Rep. 2, Alt. 3, Traffic Sqd. 4,
Talent Night 3, 4, Wake Patrons
4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 3,
4g Tri-Hi-Y Pres 3, 4.
SHIRLEY ANN -PHILLIPS Shirley
"l'll walk where my own nature
would be leading."
CAROL JEAN PORTER Carol
"True humor springs not more from
the head than from the heart, it
issues not in laughter, but in still
smiles, which lie far deeper."
Talent Night 4, HR Rep. 3, Chorus
3, 4, V Hockey 4, Jr. Prom Com.
JAMES STANLEY RAY Jim
"The rule of my life is to make
business a pleasure and pleasure
V Basketball 3.
MARTIN KENN'ETH PURINTON
"Ge me the splendid silent sun,
with all his beams full-dazzling."
NANCY CAROL RACCIATO Nancy
"She is the kind of girl you would
like to bring home to mother--"
Wake: Cir 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, JV
Basketball 2, Booster Club 3, 4.
SHERRAN LYNN REAGAN Sherry
"Her very frowns are fairer far
than smiles of other maidens are."
HR Alt. 4, Office Helper 4, Home-
coming Court 4.
CORA JEAN REESE Cora
"A good heart's worth gold."
JAMES LEE RANKIN Jake
"Honor and truth and manhood-
These are the things that stand"
HR Rep. 3, Soph. Class Pres. 2,
V: Football 2, 3, 4, Lacrosse 2,
3, 4, Wrestling 4, Jr. Prom Com.
3, A Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Civi-
tan Club 3, 4.
RUTHAN NE REVELL Anne
"A smooth and steadfast mind,
gentle thoughts and calm desires."
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Wake Lit.
Com. 3, 4, Tally-Ho Rep. 2, De-
votions 4, Hockey 4, A Club 4,
Booster Club 3, 4, JCL 3, Senior
Leader 4, Cercle Francais 4.
SANDRA JEAN REVELLE Sandro
"I laugh, for hope hath a happy
place with me."
JAMES OGBURN RILEY Jim
"What should a man do but be
Assist. Lib. 3, 47 JV Basketball 2.
EVA ALBERTA REVIS Eva
"A friend is one who knows your
faults and likes you iust the same."
HR Alt. 2, School Treas. 4, Traffic
Squad. 4, V: Basketball 3, Hockey
4, JV Basketball 2, A Club 2, 3, 47
WILLIAM WALTER RIGGINS Bill
"Time is but the stream I go a-
Traffic Sqcl. Officer 4, Office Help-
er 4, V: Soccer 3, 4, Baseball 2,
3, JV Basketball 2, A Club 3, 4.
CAROL LEE RINEHART Chrys
"She walks with sunshine in her
Caf. Helper 3, 4, Circus 37 Booster
DOROTHY ANN RITTER Dottie
"She has the most adorable little
nose and large brown eyes."
Talent Night 2, 3, Wake: Make-up
4, Ad. 3, 4, Cir. 4, Lit. 3, 4, Soc.
Com. 3, Chorus 2, 37 Jr. Prom
Com. 3, Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
MILDRED MARIE RIGGIO Millie
"The sweetest escences are always
confined in the smallest glasses."
Talent Night 4, Wake Patrons 4,
Office Helper 4, Booster Club 37
Art Service Club 3.
JOHN TIMOTHY ROBERTS Tim
"Hurrah for the manly man who
comes with sunlight of his face,
and the strength to do and the
will to dare and the courage to
find his placel"
V: Football 3, 4, Track 3, Lacrosse
4, A Club 47 Civitan Club 3, 4.
DOROTHY HOLLY ROBINSON
"Wherever she met a stranger,
there she left a friend."
HR Alt. 3, 4, Talent Night 4,
Soc. Com. 3, V Hockey 4.
JOANN RYKKEN Jo
"Kindness is wisdom."
Transfer from Narimasu High
School, Tokyo, Japan.
JOHN MATTHEW ROBINSON GORDON ARTHUR SAUMENIG
I am good old rebel-yes, "All experience is an arch to
hats lust what l ami" build upon."
I I II
I Lb' ,
A I Q 3 I
- I MARC SCHLOSSMAN Marc
LINDA FLORENCE ROBINSON Lin
"To lengthen to the last a sunny
Talent Night 3, 4, Office Helper
4, Chorus 2, 3, Booster Club 3, 4,
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
"A woman would run through
fire and water for such a kind
H'R Rep. 2, 4, Class V Pres. 4,
Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Traffic Squad
Officer 4, Talent Night 4, Tally-
Ho: Sports Ed. 4, Assist. Sports
Ed. 3, Assem. Com. 4, Devotions
4, V: Basketball 3, 4, Lacrosse 3,
4, JV Basketball 2, A Club 4,
Civitan Club 4.
BILLIE DRAYTON RUTHERFORD
"Gentle manners prove irresistible
Talent Night 4, Wake: Patrons 4,
Assist. Lib. 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Booster Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4,
JCL 3, 4, Latin Open House Chm.
4, Tally-Ho: Proof Reader 4.
ANN MARGARET SCHREITZ Ann
"Serenity of manners is the zenith
Traffic Squad 4, Wake Cir. 4,
Chorus 2, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster
Club 4, JCL 4, Pax Romana
I l P S
DIANA CREE SCHWALLENBERG
"Happiness seems made to be
Chorus 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
PEGGY ANN SEWELI. Peg
"A gentle mind is by gentle deeds
Traffic Sqd. 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Vice-
Pres. 3, Booster Club 3.
H-ELEN MAE SEARS
"The mildest manners
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Helen JUDITH EILEEN SHALLENBERG
and the JVJY
"By silent deeds the great are
Traffic Sqcl. 47 Wake Art Ed. 47
Tolly-Ho Rewrite 47 Chorus 3, 4,
Booster Club 4.
RAYMOND LEE SEARS
Team Mgr. 3.
KAREN ANN SELLNER Karen
"Art is a human activity having
for its purpose the transmission to
others of the highest and best
feelings to which men have risen."
Wake: Art 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3:
'Booster Club 3, 4, Tally-Ho Car-
toonist 4, JC'L 45 Cercle Francais
Ray PRISCILLA JANE SHAW Pris
By silent deeds the great are Wise to resolve, and patient to
Traffic Sqd. 4, V: Football 3,
SHARON LOUISE SHAW Sharon
"Gentle of speech, beneficient of
Chorus 3, 4, Booster Club 2.
EDWARD PAUL SHERLOCK Eddie
"He was the mildest mannered
Chorus 3, 4, V: Soccer 2, 4,
GERALDINE MARIE SHIFLET Jerry
"Our content is our best having."
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
HELEN MARIE SHEPARD H,1,,, CHARLES EARL SHUE Charles
,IA quid smile and a friendly "Gay, good nature sparkles in his
Cercle Francois 4.
WAYN-E WRIGHT SIMMONS
"A superior man is modest in his
speech, but exceeds in his actions."
V: Football 3, 4, Lacrosse 2, 3, 4,
Wrestling 3, 4, A Club 3, 4,
Civifan Club 3, 4. '
JUDITH LEE SINNINGER Judy
"Climb high, Climb far, Your goal
fhe sky, Your aim a dar."
Quill 81 Scroll 4, Traffic Squad 4,
Monitor Squad 3, Wake: Lit. Ed-
itor 4, Tally-Ho: Exchange Ed. 3,
4, Reporter 2, 3, Office Helper 4,
Inf. Rel. Club 2, 3, Chorus 2,
Booster Club 4, Cercle Francais 4,
JCL 3, 4, Sec. 4.
JAMES ABRAHAM SHIMER Jim
"The spirit of mirth wilhin him
Intro. Fieldboll 3.
LINDA ELIZABETH SLATER Lin
"Tis not a lip or eye, we beauty
call, buf the joint force and full
result of all."
HR Rep. 2, Chorus 3, JV Basket-
ball 2, A Club 2, 3, 4, Booster
KATHRYN ANNE SMALL Kay
"The heart has reasons of which
reason has no knowledge."
Traffic Squad 4, Wake: Make-up
4, Patron 4, Cir. 4, Typing 4, Of-
fice Helper 4, Booster Club 4.
JOEL MYRON SNYDER Joel
"He waits not on lite, but already
HR Rep. 3, 4, Wake Patrons 4,
Soc. Com. 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
,Booster Club 2, 3, Pres. 4.
DONALD M. SMITH Don
"Wit makes its own welcome and
levels all distinctions."
JAMES EDWARD SMITH Jimmy
"His own character is the arbiter
of every one's fortune."
V Team Mgr. 2, A Club 3, 4.
MARLENNE SUSAN SNYDER Mar
"She walks in beauty like the
night of cloudless climes and starry
HR Rep. 2. 4, Alt. 3, Quill 8. Scroll
4, Traffic Squad Officer 4, Wake
Act. Ed. 4, Tally-Ho: Sports Ed. 4,
Reporter 2, Jr. Prom Com. Chrm.
3, Assem. Com. 2, Soc. Com. 2, 4,
JV Team Mgr. 3, A Club 3, 4,
Booster Club 2, 3.
JU'DlTH ANN SOPER Judy
"Rare is the union of beauty and
Talent Night 4, Wake: Lit. Com.
4, Soc. Com. 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4,
Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster Club
JANEE LEE SNUGGS .lanes JOAN ELAINE SPENCER .loan
"My style and my sentiments are "With eyes as bright and black as
my own-purely original." burning coal."
Soc. Com. 2, 3, Booster Club 2,
3, Wake Sr. Write-ups 4.
GORDON JOSEPH STALLINGS
"Success to the strongest, who are
always at last the wisest and best."
V: Football 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
JV Football 2.
"l shall laugh myself to death."
X l S
O .-N. tw-.xr'??9i '
, 3 'rf 1
ALAN STEARNS Nero
"He profits most who serves best."
V Basketball Mgr. 4.
CECILIA ANPN STEIN Ceil
"Ta know that we know what we
know and that we do not know
what we do not know is true
Talent Night 2, 4, Wake: Make-up
4, Cir. 4, V Hockey 4, JV Basket-
ball 2g A Club 4, Booster Club
ROBERT CHARLES SWANSON
"He who is fun in spirit will
mould the world to himself."
Intra: Softball 3, Basketball 2, 3,
Football 3, 4.
RICHARD CARLYLE SWARTZ Jack
"Worth makes the man."
V Track 27 Senior Science Club 3.
DOROTHY ANN STEINQBERG Pud PHILLIP RICHARD SWEENEY Phil
"A mind conscious of virtue may "High erected thoughts seated in
bring to thee suitable rewards." a heart of courtesy."
Band 2, 3, 4, Circus 3.
THOMAS E. SYMOND5 Tommie
"Friendship is a sheltering tree."
JCI. 3, 4, Latin Open House 2,
Lab Assist. 4, Color Guard 4.
SANDRA KAY TAYLOR Sandy
"Modesty is to merit what shade
is to figures in a picture, it gives
it strength and makes it stand
School Treas. 4, Wake: Patrons 4,
Cir. 4, Typing 2, 3: BOOSYGI'
Club 3, 4.
BARBARA JEAN TAYLOR B. .l. MARGO ALIN TEFFT lynn
nwho is boaum-U, is good and "Something attempted, something
who is good will soon also be don"
beautiful." HR Rep. 3, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
Chorus 2, 3, 4.
Booster Club 3.
LAWRENCE ALLEN TAYLOR, JR.
"Good-humor only teaches charms
to last, still makes new conquests
and maintains the past."
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 4,
A Club 4, Booster Club 4, Hi-Y 3,
4, V Team Mgr. 3, 4.
JACK THOMAS .lack
"A true friend is forever a friend."
MALCOM HERBERT TAYLOR Mac
"Curiosity is one of the permanent
and certain characteristics of a
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 4,
Wake Sports Ed. 4, V Track 2, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, Booster Club 4,
lighting Com. Chm. 4.
"l want free life,
V Soccer 4.
and I want
STEPHANIE LEE THOMPSON
"From little sparks shall burst a
Honor Soc. 3, 4, Traffic Squad 4,
Wake: Lit. 4, Sr. Write-ups 4,
Tally-Ho: News Ed. 4, Rep. 3,
CAROL JUNIE TOWNSLEY Carol
"Her loveliness l never knew, un-
til she smiled on me."
Band 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM HARRISON THURLOW, IV
"He who knows, and knows he
knows: He is wise-follow him."
Transfer from Brunswick High,
JOHN ARTHUR TIERNEY John
"The mighty men are not always
Cercle Francais 4.
ANN TRADER Ann
"Politeness is to do or say the
kindest thing in the kindest way."
FHA 2, 3, 4.
CAROL ANN TRAC-Esau Chipsy
"Here is a true and industrious
HR Alt. 4, Quill 81 Scroll 4, Talent
Night 3, 4, Wake: Lit. 3, Cir. 4,
Tally-Ho: Assist. Feature Ed. 3, 4,
Rep. 2, Soc. Com. 2, 3, Chorus
2, 3, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Booster
Club 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y officer 3, 4.
MARGARET ANN TONGUE Peggy
"Her smile was prodigal of sum-
mery shine-gayly persistent-like a
morn in June."
Wake: Patrons 4, Soc. Com. 2, 3,
Chorus 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
Booster Club 2, 3.
PATRICIA TRUEBLOOD Patsy
"The best things come in small
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Talent
Night 4, Int. Basketball 2, Tri-
Hi-Y 4, Wake: Typist 4, Patrons 4.
MARY BURWELL TRYON ERNEST CALE TYLER Ernie
"Twas her rhinking of ofhers made "Speak in French when you can'r
you fhink of her." fhink of ihe English for a lhing."
Wake: Make-up 3, 4, Ad. 4, Cir. Cercle Francais 4.
4, Soc. Com. 2, V Hockey 4, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, A Club 4, Boosfer
Band 2, 3, 4.
LOUISE ALBERTA TURNER Louise
"She doefh liffle kindnesses which
most leave undone."
Woke: Cir. 4, Typing 4, Soc. Com.
2, Jr. Prom Com. 3, FHA 2, 3, 4,
Officer 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Soc.
Science Seminar 3.
NORMAN JEROME TUCKER
"AIl his faulfs are such Ihal one
loves him Ihe beffer for fhem."
STEPHHEN WARREN TUCKER
"A mon devofed Io pleasure."
TERRY LEE WALKER Terry
"No seed shall perish which Ihe
soul hafh sown.'
RICHARD KENT VOGELSANG
"Our ideals are our beller selves."
Traffic Squad 4, Chorus 2, 3
CAROLINE WRIGHT WALKER
"A merry hear! maketh a cheerful
Traffic Squad 4, Taleni Night 4,
Tally-Ho: Rep. 2, Photo. 2, Band
2, 3, 4, Soc. Com. 2, Cafe. Helper
4, Circus 2, 3, Booster Club 2,
3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
DAVID WALLACE Dave BONNIE LEE WATTS Bonnie
"Genius is essentially creative, it "I live for those who love me."
bears the stamp of the individual Cho,-U, 3, 4: Fashion show 3.
who possesses it."
JCL 3, 4.
DENNIS WAYNE WALTERS Dennis
"A kind and gentle heart he has,
to comfort friends and foes."
Wake: Patrons 4.
BLANCHE LAVANIA WARTH EN
"She has laughed as softly as if
"Our lives float on
FHA 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y
Office Helper 25
WILLIAM WEBER Bill
"Let me do my work each day."
Lighting Com. 2, 3, 4, Talent Night
2, 3, 4, PA Crew 2, 3, 4, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, Soc. Com. 3, 4,
Booster Club 4.
ARIEL ELIZABETH WEBSTER Ariel
"Music is well said to be the
speech of angels."
Talent Night 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2,
3, 4, State Chorus 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 4.
4, FTA 2, 3,
LLOYD WHEELER Lloyd
"Nothing is so strong as gentle-
ness, nothing so gentle as real
V: Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4,
A Club 3, 4.
VERONICA WHITE Veronica
"The reward ol a thing well done
is to have done it."
Wake Art. Com. 4, Chorus 2.
IVA ANN WILDER Iva
"She is pretty and honest and
Traffic Squad 4, Talent Night 2,
3, 4, Wake Cir. 4, Office Helper
4, Soc. Com. 2, 3, Devotions 2,
3, V Baseball 2, Jr. Prom Com. 3,
A Club 3, 4, Circus 2, 3, Booster
Club 2, 3, Maiorettes 2, 3, Capt.
4, Trl-Hi-Y 2, 3.
CHARLES RUDOLPH WICKSTROM ROGER BOULDEN WILKINS Roger
Charlie "Be noble in every thought and
"His eyes were deeper than the deed."
depth of waters stilled at even."
JOHN RALPH WIERENGA BRUCE WILLIAMS Bruce
"He works his work." "A person as carefree and gay as
Band 3, 4, Circus 3. can b' fo""'d'U
ECKART WILCKE Eckert
"Who does the best his circum-
stance allows, does well, acts
nobly, angels could do no more."
Exchange student from Frankfurt,
Germany. Tally-Ho Rep. 4, Booster
Club, Hi-Y 4.
CHARLES WILLIAMS Charles
"A merry heart doeth good like a
V Track 2, Booster Club 4, JCL 4.
KAREN WILLIAMS Karen
"Her voice was ever so soft,
gentle, and low, an excellent
thing in a woman."
CHAREIJENE SHARON WILSON
"All and each would draw lrom
her the approving speech."
Talent Night 3, Wake: Sr. Talent N'l9I1f 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4:
Write-ups 4, Patrons 4, Tally-Ho: Tfl-I'Il-Y-
Assist. News Ed. 4, Rep. 4, Chorus
3, 4, Booster Club 4, All-State
SUSAN CAROLINE WILLIAMS Sue
"She liked whatever she looked on,
and her looks went everywhere."
FAY CAROLYN WILLIE Carolyn
"All musical people seem to be
happy, it is to them the engross-
Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Talent Night
2, 3, 4, Tally-Ho: Assist. Ed. 4,
Assist. News Ed. 3, Dance Band
2, 3, 4, Circus 3, Int. Rel. Club 3.
PATRICK FILMORE WINDSOR Pat
"l hope to see my Pilot lace to
lace when l have crossed the
Chorus 4, V: Soccer 2, Track 2.
DAVID KING WOOD Dave
"He was want to speak plainly
and to the purpose."
Talent Night 2, 3, 4, Band 2,
3, 4, JCL 4.
ETH-EL M. WILSMAN Ethel
"We love her for her smile-her
look-her way of speaking gently."
H'R: Rep. 4, Alt. 3, Quill 81 Scroll
4, Talent Night 3, Wake: Sr.
Write-ups 3, 4, Make-up 3, Lit. 3,
4, Patrons 4, Tally-Ho: Rep. 3,
Circus 2, 3, Booster Club 2, 3,
Tri-H-i-Y, Et Cetera: Art In Make-
up Ed. 3, Lab. Assist. 4.
ELIZABETH LOUISE WOOD
"The hand that hath made you
fair hath made you good."
Chorus 2, 3, Circus 2.
'I live not in myself, but I become
portion of that around me."
ALAN D. WYCHERLEY Wych
"My life is a bowl which is mine
HR Alt. 2, Monitor Squad 3, 4,
Talent Night 3, Wake Patrons 3,
4, Tally-Ho: Reporter 3, Bus. Staff
3, Proof Reader 4, Soc. Com. 3,
V. Soccer 3, 4, Baseball 2, Jr.
Prom Com. 3, Booster Club 3, 4,
Cercle Francais 4
PAUL WOOD Paul PATRICK ELLIOT YOUNGREN Pat
"Much learning cloth make thee
JV Soccer 2, Chorus 3
ANNA MAE ZINDORF Anna
"Softly speak and sweetly smile."
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2,
Biology Lab. Assist. 4
Eckart Wilcke and Carol Hinton view first football game.
Practicing for Christmas Assembly, Barbara Brooks sweeps away.
Prospective midshipmen hear Naval Academy lecture at College Night
Are there enough tissues for that entire castle . . .?
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The iunior class this year, under the leader-
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posed of many willing and able students who
contributed greatly to the spirit and scholastic
qualities of the school.
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ranging from the Honor Society, Tally-Ho,
and Wake to the many types of sports offered
at AHS, climaxing the year with the tradi-
tional Junior-Senior Prom.
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were Herb Wilson, vice-president, Marjorie
Montgomery, secretary, and Arden Anderson,
AHS also opened its portals to a willing
and eager sophomore class which, after a
few weeks of confusion, proved itself very
capable in upholding the high standards of
the school. The sophomores took an active
part in school activities and worked to the
best of their ability in their classes, which they
soon realized were quite different from those
of the iunior high.
George Samaras, president, Linda Phillips,
vice-president, Sharon Kotzin, secretary, and
Suzi Fentress, treasurer, led their class through
its challenging first year at AHS.
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Underclassmen take time out for refreshments during half
Sophomores participate in Booster Club activities time
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Actvities at Annapolis Hig'h School are
many and varied. We are proud of our
academic standards and of our extra-cur-
ricular activities. AHS encourages students to
broaden their interests to all phases of learn-
ing, including publications. drama, and sports.
Students who participate in outside activi-
ties find that they not only have time for
extra curricular duties but are able to give
adequate attention to their studies as well.
AHS emphasizes the need for quality in-
stead of quantity in all things, especially in
Students agree that the AHS activity pro-
gram helps them realize the goal set tor each
by the inscription in the auditorium:
"The measure of a man is the depth of his
convictions, the breadth of his interests, and
the height of his ideals."
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Alan Katcef John Alton
President Vice President
EXECUTIVE COUNCII.: G. Samaras, C. Davis, I.. McNulty, A. Katcef, C.
Brush, Mrs. C. Alexander, J. Alton, C. Dove, S. Wallace.
Serving as a bridge to a better relationship be-
tween student and teacher, the Student Council
strives to acquaint the student body with the duties
and responsibilities ofthe democratic form of govern-
To carry out these purposes, the organization has
three branches-executive, legislative, and iuclicial.
The Executive Council, composed of Student Coun-
cil olticers, class presidents, and captain of the
trattic squad, discusses suggestions from the student
body, suggests bills to the Legislature, and sees that
legislation is administered properly.
The Legislature, composed of homeroom repre-
sentatives, passes legislation necessary for the im-
provement of the school, and the Student Court,
composed of the Executive Council, enforces the
HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES: Row I, W. Fowler, C. Jones, C. Morrow, L. Mellichamp, K. Grimes, N. Crowley, E. Wilsman, M. Hartge, S. Fenvress, L.
Phillips. Row 2, W. Hunkapillar, P. Connelly, M. Marshall, H. Heise, J. Johnson, G. Samaras, G. Apostal, E. Ochs, C. Allen, J. Bennett, M. Schlossman.
Row 3, G. Samciras, J. Nicewarner R. Hillman, J. Trett, C. Lewnes, S. Wallace, C. Dove, J. Clayton, R. Sooey, J. Snyder, E. Fredland, W. Bialousz.
The Student Council is supported mainly by the
money received from Talent Night and the sale of
Budget Passes. A portion of these funds is appropri-
ated to various organizations in the school.
This year the organization, under the leadership
of President Alan Katcef, and the faculty guidance
of Mrs. Christiana Alexander, undertook several
projects, the foremost being the sponsorship of for-
eign exchange student, Eckart Wilcke. Other under-
takings were an orientation assembly for the incom-
ing sophomores, "School Spirit Week," and a social
calendar tor school activities.
Cqrgl Dqvig Lonnie McNulty
Mrs. Christiana Alexander
HOMEROOM ALTERNATES, Row 1: G. Lowman, L. Arnold, C. Knighton, C. Trageser, J. Darimple, P. Henry, R. Moore, R. Robinson, A. Anderson
M. Finkelstein, Row 2: M. Cook, J. Buser, H. Robinson, J. Diehl, B. Brooks, G.Ritterbush, D. Entler, C. Beattie, M. Smithson, S. Reagan, W. Norwood
Row 3: P. Ehle, D. Wallace, B, Ebaugh, P. Rosenblatt, B. Phelps, G. Mayer, J. Cornavale, C. Millard, H. Wilson, A. Huston.
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Carol Gebert Cappy Herrmann Judy Shallenburg Lonnie McNulty
Assistant Editor-in-chief Make-up Editor Art Editor Sr. Write-ups Editor
Stanley Haavik Chris Ewell
Photographer Advertising Manager
To serve as an everlasting record of friends
cmd experiences in a particular school is the pur-
pose of a yearbook.
The Wake Staff, under the editorship of Mar-
lene Finkelstein and the guidance of Miss Lois Wris-
ley, have fulfilled this purpose in presenting "Wake
ADVISORS: Mrs. Virginia S. Ballard, Mr. Henry Earle, Miss Lois E. Wrisley 196011
Row 1: S. Kotzin, N. Crowley, L. Boro, K. Grimes, C. Nichols, C. Green-
gold, K. Costello, N. Jockins, C. Trogeser. Row 2: M. Revell, C. Basil, L.
Katcef, N. Kelch, M. Lang, C. Molter, S. Lemuels, S. Falck, S. Amos, B.
Brooks. Row 3: M. Burns, J. Dyer, C. Bennett, L. Turner, C. Nichols, M.
Tryon, M. Snyder, C. Ewell, J. Trumpy. Row 4: A. Schreitz, D. Ritter, K.
TYPISTS: E. Hyde, S. Folck, L. Lee, K. Small Overend, C. Stein, J. Bennett, C. Hinton, N. Watkins.
Carol Tragesar Judy Sinninger
Underclass Editor Literary Editor
Jackie Bennett Sidnee Kotzin
Circulation Manager Patrons Manager
Frequent activity in the Iibrary as committee
members drew plans and cropped pictures was a
constant reminder that Wake was underway.
The typing staff, a vital factor in yearbook
production, was supervised by Chief-Typist, Linda
Financial committees worked diligently to secure
funds necessary to make WAKE a reality.
The yearbook staff can view with pride the
product of their endless hours of hard work-
ASSISTANT EDITORS: N. Jackins, underclossg C. Davis, Make-up: C.
Greengold, photographer, K. SeIIner, Art.
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Keeping late hours . .
Marlene Snyder Malcolm Taylor
Activities Editor Sports Editor
MAKE-UP AND ART STAFFS: Seated: J. Baer, B. Rosen, L. Risner, L. Boro
H. Beall, S. Kotzin, S. Jones. Row 2: C. Herrmann, D. Ritter, K. Sellner
A. Love, M. McWhite, E, Reed, C. Hinton, C. Ewell. Row 3: P. Connelly
M. Burns, J. Dyer, M. Tyron, S. Harrison, J, Shallenburg, H. Heise, C
Davis, C. Stein.
LITERARY STAFF AND PHOTOGRAPHERS: Row lr M. Snyder, C. Green
gold, C. Trageser, S. Thompson, K. Grimes, S. Dodson, L. Boro, H. Beoll
S. Kotzin. Row 2: K. Williams, L. Mackey, S. Faulk, L. Rvznar, N. Jackins
N. Kelch, B. Rosen, M. McWI1ite, L. Katcef, J. Dyer. Row 3: C. Hinton
C. Bennet, S. Simmons, E. Ochs, B. Demos, E. Reed, A. Burbage, J. Sin
ninger. Row 4: E. Fredland, C. Stein, M. Burns, C. Ewell, D. Ritter, C
Gebert, L. Taylor, L. McNulty, C. Dove, S. Haavik.
Under the leadership of editor-in-chief, Eric
Fredland, the staff of fifty reporters, re-writers,
proofreaders, typists and editors work steadily to
publish eight Tally-Ho issues a year. Mrs. Vivian
Bender serves as advisor, assisted by Mr. Melvin
Tally-Ho, the AHS newspaper, comes to each
student with a budget pass, providing him with
current features, thought-provoking editorials, and
news of school events.
The business staff, managed by Lenore Katcef
and advised by Miss Margaret Justice, takes charge
of soliciting and preparing the advertisements neces-
sary to finance the paper.
ASSlSTANT EDITORS: J. Nicewarner, C. Fentress, R. Moore, C. Dove, A.
Anderson, K. Williams, C. Trageser.
Eric Fredla nd
Girls' Sports Editor
REPORTERS: Raw T: L. Mackey, S. Falck, P. Cox, H. Beull, C. Molter, M. Finkelstein, A. Burbage. Row 2: J. Miller, J. Dyer, J. Sinninger, B Demas M Marshall
J. Shallenberg, C. Gebert, S. Clapp.
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ADVISORS: Mr. Melvin Stuart, Mrs. Vivian Bender
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Boys' Sports Editor
T. Hammond, Photographer: K, Sellner, Cartoonist
TYPISTS, PROOFREADERS, AND EXCHANGE EDITORS: Seated: B. Ruther- BUSINESS STAFF: Seated: l. Boro, K. Grimes, M. Finklestein, l. Katcef
ford, J. Sinninger. Standing: M. Layng, E. Reed, A. Wycherley, G. Demas, Standing: B. Demas, N. Kelch, C. Bennett, S. Kotzin, M. Snyder, C
S. Lemuels, L. Mackey. Greengold.
Et Cetera magazine, the showcase for AHS literary
talent, accepts contributions from students in the
form of essays, short stories or poems. Published an-
nually, this year's edition was in the hands of Mrs.
Vivian Bender's sixth period journalism class. With
Marlene Snyder as editor-in-chief the class organized
committees which screened contributions and illus-
trated and compiled the magazine.
The Annapolis Chapter of Quill and Scroll, an
International Honorary Society for High School
iournalists, has as its aim to raise and keep high
iournalistic standards of achievement in literary pub-
lications. Its members are selected from those display-
ing outstanding ability in some phase of journalism
on Wake, Tally-Ho, or Et Cetera.
Seated: P. Love. Standing: C. Lamb, M. Snyder.
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Seated: K. Sellner, M. Hartge, S. Thompson, K. Grimes, C. Trageser, E. Wilsman, vice president, and L. Katcef. Row 2: C. Gebert, president, M. Snyder,
M. Finkelstein, J. Sinninger, secretary-treasurer, C. Davis. Row 3: E. Fredland, M. Schlossman, C. Dove, C. Willie.
Marlene Finkelstein William Hunkupiller
Preiidenl Vice President
Maryland Hartge Lenore Katcef
The Annapolis Chapter of the National Honor
Society has set four standards-character, scholar-
ship, leadership, and service. Students satisfying these
requirements are approved or selected by the fa-
culty. The membership is composed of no more than
fifteen per cent of the senior class, ten per cent of
the iunior class, and five per cent of the sophomore
Although primarily an honorary organization, the
Honor Society, under the supervision of Mr. Harry
Earle, faculty advisor, was quite active throughout
the year. Included in its projects were tutoring, as-
sisting with hearing tests and photography, and act-
ing as hosts and hostesses for College Night and PTA
Row 1: M. Finkelstein, C. Morrow, S. Thompson, S. Dodson, A. Eakens, R. Revell, L. Katcef. Row 2: P. Ehle, B. Hunkapiller, C. Davis, Mr. Earle, R. Moore,
E. Ruben, B. Ebaugh, E. Fredland.
Seated: K. Small, C. Nichols, F. Holworth, L. Turner, A. Trader. Standing:
Kleeberg, V. Kinsey, Mrs. Young, K. Pocratko, C. Hartley, P. Lomb.
A new club at AHS this year that's really going
places is the Future Teachers' of America. A group
of interested people met to draw up a constitution
and elect officers, who are Shirley Falck, president,
Jean Herries, vice-president, Bess Demas, secretary,
and Bill Buttrill, treasurer. This chapter of Future
Teachers' of America is named in honor of Mrs.
Esther Travis, formerly a teacher at AHS.
The purposes of the club are to learn how and
where teachers are trained, available scholarships,
certification requirements, and the standards of the
teaching profession. The FTA thinks it is learning
much that will be of use to its members in later life.
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The Annapolis chapter of the Future Homemakers
of America has four main goals which the members
have set for themselves. FHA seeks to awaken in each
member an awareness of the functions of her home,
her community, and her nation. It also helps to
further their development in the field of home eco-
FHA sponsors each year a Christmas dinner for
a needy family of the community. Last year the local
chapter contributed a hundred dollars for CARE
packages to South America, the club is continuing
these projects this year.
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Falck. Row 2: G. Apostle, L. Eubanks, H. Beall, S. Amos, C. Bassford. Row 3
C. Gebert, B. Demos, J. Herries, B. Buttrill, J. Burch, B. Miller.
Any day of The week one may see The members
of The AHS Traffic Squad sTanding on duTy aT regu-
larly-spaced inTervals along The hall. Their maroon
and whife armbands serve boTh To iclenTify Them
Officer Marlene Snyder halls an AHS lawbrealcer, Alan Wycherly, as he
and To symbolize Their auThoriTy. For such infrac- ""e"'P'5"' be"""eC'0C"-
Tions of The school rules as going up "down-sTairs"
or vice versa, skipping sTeps, chewing gum, or caus-
ing a disfurbance in The halls, These boys and girls,
under The leadership of Charles Brush, hand ouT
slips which summon The offenders To The monThly
Traffic courT for senTence.
Traffic Squad Officers
Sealed: Row 7: R. Goodwin, M. Schlossman. Row 2: W. Riggins, E. Fredland.
Slcnding: J. Alton, C. Brush, S. Haavik, C. Davis.
Row 1: C. Walker, C. Molier, S. KoTzin, C. Greengold, N. Crowley, K. Grimes, L. Feldmeyer, S. Thompson, M. Groseclose, M. Hunego, P. Sewell, J. Lake.
Row 2: E. Revis, I. Wilder, C. Basil, C. Ewell, S. Fnlck, S. Gould, N. Kelch, M. Finkelstein, J. Diehl, L. Pastrana, B. Brooks, J. Schallenberg, K. Small.
Row 3: W. Riggins, M. Schlossmon, L. McNulTy, C. Gebert, A. Schrietz, C. Bennett, J. Sinninger, J. BenneTT, C. Davis, R. Vogel, W. BuTTrill, J. AlTon, Row 4: W.
Bialousz, W. BenneTT, R. Goodwin, M. Taylor, L. Taylor, F. Coffmann, E. Fredlond, J. Rumsey, S. Haavik, C. Brush.
OFFICERS: Seated: C. Scott, S. Haavik. Standing: R. Hillman,
K. Page, director, T. Rubens.
A blast of the trumpets, a roll of drums, cmd
the forty-eight piece Annapolis High School march-
ing band takes the field for another halftime show.
Headed by Drum Major Stanley Haavik, the band
played at all six home football games and at one
of the away games. It also performed during the
halftime at the Naval Academy - Fort Dix game.
Providing halftime entertainment was only one
of the many activities of this year's band. Besides
playing at pep rallies and most of the school assem-
blies, the band presented several concerts to the
students and general public.
ALL-STATE BAND MEMBERS: Seated: R. Hillman, W. Clatanoff. Standing: S. Haavik,
R. Moore, S. Hamner, .l. Smith.
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Row 7: R. Hillman, H. Wierenga, C. Oldman, C. Townsley, C. Clausey, R. Moore. Row 2: S. Haavik, J. Clapp, C. Stokes, G. Samaras, M. Long, B. Stevens,
S. Hamner, L. Danneberg, B. Clatanoff, S. Tucker, B. Haines. Row 3: C. Baer, G.
G. Samaras, D. McPhenson, P. Sweeney, T. Kimmel, B. Gates, R. Manhold, C. White,
soloist, K. Page, director, R. Hutchins, C. Page, C. Fentress, R. Margraff, R. Rafter,
Leister, M. McNamara, T. Hammond, S, Wallace, C. Scott, T. Lamlarose,
C. Willie, J. Smith, T. Rubens, E. Freeman. Row 4: Rafael Mendez, guest
W. Sears, D. Smith, H. Hosford, J. Vlcelx, R. Boydstun, H. Rekate, J. Trett,
N. Kunlcle, J. Wierenga. Row 5: S. Laidlaw, S. Fentress, D. Wood, L. Orndorff, H. Lewis.
On February 13, the band played a concert
accompanied by world-famous trumpet virtuoso
Rafael Mendez. The proceeds were used to help
finance the band's tour of New York State, which in-
cluded four stops.
The dance band, composed of fourteen mem-
bers of the regular band, added its "swinging" ar-
rangements to several assemblies and was a featured
attraction at Talent Night.
AHS had eight representatives at the T959-60
Maryland All-State Band which met during the Mary-
land State Teacher's Convention in Baltimore on
October 'I4 and 15.
DANCE BAND: Row T: C. Willie, S. Haavik, E. Freeman, K. Page, director W K Y
Wallace, G. Samaras, T. Lambrose, C. Scott.
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Row l: P. Kautz, A. Webster, K. Watts, E. Kirby, K. Costello, S. Shaw, B. Byrne, D. Cook. Row 2: J. Dalrymple, C. Schaeffer, L. Youngren, C. Durner, N.
Jackins, L. Mellichampe, K. Palombo, A. Siomporas, P. Trott, M. McNew, S. Byrne. Row 3: D. Johnston, L. Parsons, B. Archer, J. Beatty, S. Jones, L.
Richards, J. Seim, K. Pochatho, J. Soper, C. Knighton, L. Ryznar. Row 4: J. Miller, M. Atwood, B. Cary, V. Alexanster, M. Homberg, G. Ritterbusch,
S. Harrison, K. Bush, T. Buckmaster, H. Hyatt, J. Hardesty. Row 5: L. Bowen, P. Chaney, E. Hyde, B. Watts, M. Dicey, L. Smith, P. Rosenblatt, J. Lanham,
P. Sparrow, K. Jackson. Row 6: L. Tolbert, B. Miller, P. Lamb, S. Jeffries, K. Hanson, P. Connelly, E. Ochs, B. Thompson, N. Vansant, P. Harmon.
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Row l: S. Kelly, J. White, D. Dennis, B. Hampton, P. Whittington, P. Catterton, J. Marinelli, J. Whittington, B. Richards. Row 2: M. Fleharty, R.
Shepley, G. Schmick, L. Bohacheff, S. Wilsman, A. Syverson, J. Droll, E. Engle, S. Thomphanie, S. Fowler, D. Blanding, S. Apostal. Row 3: L. King, S. Como,
B. Porter, J. Jackson, P. Mealey, A. Miller, J. Munz, M. Burkhardt, P. Thompson, M. Pulliam, P. Henry. Row 4: S. Allen, M. Rebstock, K. Davis,
B. Givens, C. Barry, A. Regula, C. Stallings, E. Linder, P. Palmer. Row 5: D. Diener, A. Zindorf, H. Heise, B. Phelps, C. Strange, M. Michel, V. Brown,
D. Lewis, D. Mills, F. Haislip. Row 6: D. Frey, L. Myers, S. Callen, C. Denson, C. Ray, F. Meyer, E. Nawattnick, K. Porter, B. Phillips.
Mr. Robert Kunkle, AHS chorus director, has
trained this year three choruses which have enlivened
several AHS student assemblies with their singing.
The choruses practice frequently and strive con-
stantly to achieve perfection in their performances.
Their singing is most enioyable since their repertoire
includes both sacred and secular music.
Because of their talent and capacity for hard work,
five Annapolis High School seniors were chosen for
the T959 All-State Chorus in Baltimore. They are
Carol Nixon, Karen Williams, Carroll Dove, Ariel
Webster, and William Buttrill. Ariel has also been se-
lected to represent the school and the state at the
All Eastern Division Chorus sponsored by Musical
Educators National Conference.
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Row 1: N. Kelch, H. Beall, J. Ford, C. Talbot, S. Lacey, J. Chambers, J. Taylor D Shields B Ebaugh H Mason M Hanna L Danneberg K Grimes B
Rutherford, E. O'Neale, J. McNew, M. McCarthy. Row 2: C. Mclntire, S. Nleld D Runyan P Beard N Sanclefur J Exum H Kunkel H Moreland E
Sherlock, C. Palmer, G. Lawman, C. Porter, A. Anderson, P. Chose, P Stine Row 3 J Buser B Beals C Hartley H Sears P Tongue J Herries
E. Crosby, C. Dewberry, D. Hubbard, J. Phelps, C. Ruppert, E. Donald M Matthai L McNew J Shallenberg Row 4 N Racclato M Stephens K
Hill, G. Carnevale, S. Swartz, W. Jones, W. Emory, D. Sooy, R. Gordon D Sears B Sheffey A Greilmg S Falck C Wilson M Marshall L Pastrana
Row 5: L. Wert, G. Mitchel, P. Pettingall, G. Shiftlet, J. Butrill, J. Johnson C Dove F Eucare J Chambers P Shellam R Williams F Adams W
Fowler, R. Hoffman, S. Musterman, C. Nixon, D. Farmer. Row 6: L. Mackey L Cullember K Williams C Gerbert S Wilson L Hontz R Lowman W
Hagood, W. Dodson, W. Buttrill, T. George, T. Gray, A. Eakens, V. Hoover C Bonnett
Row T: L. Talbot, J. Harris, K. Davis, A. Eakens, H. Beall, C. Durner, L. Boro,
C. Morrow, R. Moore, E. Hyde, L. Mackey, Miss Searles. Row 2: W. Synder,
S. Keehn, D. Ritter, C. Shields, J. Sinninger, S. Callen, B. Ross, K. Sellner, C.
Herrmann, E. Reed. Row 3: D. Wallace, J. vleck, B. Gates, M. Stephens, C.
Lamb, J. Douglas, S. Wallace, D. Sears, G. Gibson, B. Troutman. Row 4: D.
McGrath, E. Fredland, C. Ferguson, J. Snyder, H. Stukes.
Row T: L. Mellichamp, C. Schaeffer, Mrs. Ballard, S. Thompson, H. Beall.
Row 2: K. Sellner, K. Davis, A. Eakens, K. Knighton, M. Finkelstein, J. Bear
Row 3: M. Lofgren, B. Ebaugh, J. Sinninger, L. Richards, R. Revell, E. Rubin, C.
Edens. Row 4: E. Tyler, B. Stevens, B. Gates, C. Shue, B. Miller, R. Hillman,
The Junior Classical league is an organzation
devoted to promoting and preservng classical civili-
zation and stimulating interest in Latin.
This year, led by president Leland Talbot and
faculty advisor Miss Helen Searls, the AHS chapter
undertook several projects. Foremost was the bi-
monthly publication ofthe JCL state-wide newspaper,
"Fax Romana," edited by Linda Mackay, which
printed essays, Latin Passages, reports of activities
of other JCL chapters, and excerpts from Roman
history. The club also presented the Latin Open
House, an annual program demonstrating the uses
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---le Cercle Francais or-for those who don't speak
the language, the French Club-is a new club at
AHS this year. Its members are second, third, and
fourth-year students who are interested in learning
more about the language and customs of France.
The Club holds its meetings once a month when
only French is spoken. The members presented this
year a Christmas assembly of French carols and
readings of the Christmas story from the French
Bible. They also held a Valentine's Day tea dance,
and sponsored a French table each Friday in the
As the largest organization in the school, the
Booster Club is continually striving to promote school
spirit. This year, under the leadership of president
Joel Snyder and Miss Ann Burchinal, the faculty
advisor, the members have participated in numerous
activities such as making posters to announce com-
ing sports events, selling tickets, programs, and
refreshments at the home games, organizing trips
for away games, and, in general, trying to boost
student support of all extra-curricular activities.
"Show your budget passes, please!"
OFFICERS: C. Fentress, Vice-president, C. Gebert, Treasurer, S. Jeffries, Sec
retary, J. Snyder, President.
Joel Snyder checks the candy supply with
Miss Ann Burchinol, advisor
The pause that refreshes
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Don Shennick speaks on Brotherhood.
An inspirational message at Thanks- f Fight furiously fellows.
Coach Best rouses
spirit for a football
ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE: L. Mellichamp, S. Fentress, J. Bennett, S. Wallace, M. Marshall,
Congratulations, Mr. Earle, for going
up the ups and down the downs.
Through open doors . . .
"Angel Eyes" by songstress Sylvia
Esther Donald entertains with slap-
Carol Greengold sings the blues.
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Kathy Fentress and Nancy Vansant imperonsate the comedy team
of Martin and Lewis.
Reminiscing with Dorcas Tri-Hi-Y members in a U.S.O. Show.
Midgets a la A.H.S.
"Take a Message to Mary"
Linda Lee, alias "Bo-Diddlyf'
Lois Meldichamp, "The Hostess with
Twirling, twisting and taping--members of the Class of 1960 prepare
for the prom.
From the very first moment we anchored the car and
boarded the good ship Carvel Hall until the ringing of two
bells, we were lost in a sea of romance and enchantment.
It was the evening of the Junior-Senior Prom, that unfor-
gettable May 29.
When first we viewed the coral castle at the entrance,
the sunken ship and its treasure, the overgrown seanettle,
and the pieces of driftwood and debris scattered over the
tables, the age-old question of "How Deep is the Ocean
came to our minds.
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Davy Jones iust could not have been prouder of his
mystic kingdom than were the classes of '59 and '60 on that
memorable occasion. The melodious strains of the Colonials,
which floated throughout the evenin , could not have been
equaled by any member of Davy's Locker.
But even under the sea, time does not stand still, and
all too soon we had to say "Bon Voyage."
Jr. Prom Committee Chairmen: Row 1: Sidnee Kotzin, Linda Feldmeyer.
Row 2: Lenore Katcef, Carol Porter, Marlene Finkelstein. Row 3: Carol
Davis, Marlene Snyder. Row 4: Carroll Dove, Malcolm Taylor, Bill Weber,
Melodious funes are provided by "The Colonials". I could have danced all night.
Take a guessll The coral castle-entrance io underwuier enchantment
Lonnie McNulty, our elegant Queen.
The bonfire blazed, crackled. All around it stood a crowd
of AHS students and their parents. Even a few of the cheer-
leaders of former years were back once more to take part
in the celebration. The Pantherettes led all the cheersp the
maiorettes were there, twirling their batons and stepping
high, the school songs were all proudly sung. The students
were fresh from their long ride through the town and exhil-
irated at the thought of forthcoming victory at the T959
"What's the good word?" cried the cheerleaders.
"Beat Southern!" the crowd yelled back.
lt was a wonderful beginning for a great game. The
footbal teams' co-captain Wayne Kramer crowned Lonnie
McNulty Victory as well as Homecoming Queen when AHS
beat Southern 40-0. The cheering crowds overflowed the
stands and stood on the sidelines to watch.
The music of the Jumping Jacks reverberated in the school
halls that night above the sound of dancing feet, even above
the ioyous sound of kids discussing the best Homecoming ever.
Court members: Iva Wilder, Georgia Mayer, Queen Lonnie McNulty, Sherrie
Reagan and Sylvia Dodson reign over Homecoming festivities.
Don'f stick her, Wayne.
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Girl's A-Club beofniks foresee victory over Southern.
Confident of cz win, Queen Lonnie and feam co-captains, W. Kramer,
C. Lewnes, J. Rankin, ride in style.
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Miss Peggy Almond
The Girls 'A' Club is composed of girls
who have earned twenty hours in a varsity
sport , or who have served as manager of
one of the girls' varsity teams, and those
who have been either a cheerleader or a
Through the guidance of Miss Patricia
Almond, advisor, this organization has car-
ried out several proiects this year, includ-
ing a float in the homecoming parade and
the sponsorship of the traditional home-
coming dance. By holding record hops af-
ter games, the club has raised money for
the Athletic Association and various other
organizations in AHS.
Seated: J. Johnson, H. Ellinghausen, J. Johnson. Standing: J. Diehl, M. Finkelstein, L.
McNulty, l. Wilder, G. Lowman, N. Crowley, B. Porter, M. Snyder.
Row 1: M. Finkelstein, H. Ellinghausen, L. Cullember, P. Chase, S. Dodson, P. Collison, R. Revell, T. Gomoliak. Row 2: J. Diehl, M. Burns, B. Demas, T. Wood,
A. Anderson, E. Olsen, I. Wilder, Row 3: N. Vansant, K. Fentress, J. Bennett, M. Tryon, C. Davis, L. McNulty, N. Randolph, B. Gates.
Mr. Harvey Hall
The Boy's 'A' Club, one of the busiest
l organizations at Annapolis High, is com-
posed of approximately thirty members
who have earned their membership by win-
ning varsity letters in major sports.
Headed by President Jim Rankin, the
club backs school athletic teams with con-
tributions of money or equipment. Last
year, the 'A' Club members sponsored
OFFICERS, Row 1: J. Rankin, C. Lewnes, K. Brown. Row 2: C. Gilmer, W. Asche, J. Alton. Several dances after football and baske?-
ball games, and used the proceeds to buy
new baseball uniforms for the varsity base-
Mr. Harvey N. Hall served as the club's
Row 1: W. Hunlrapiller, M. Schlossman, K. Brown, Mr. Hall, A. Katcef, C. Gates, T. Abbett. Row 2: C. Gillmer, W. Riggins, J. Rankin, C. Lewnes, J.
Smith, J. Alton. Row 3: W. Asche, B. Bennett, J. Donovan, W. Simmons, W. Kramer,J. Smith, W- 5lUl0U5l-
Carol Peddicord Mariorie Montgomery
Betty Whitelock Janet Diehl
ln their gay blue, white, and red uniforms, batons pep assemblies to arouse school spirit and enthusiasm.
flashing as they go through their many routines, the Above all their high-stepping routines performed at
AHS Maiorettes are a colorful and very popular part half-time during football games and parades are an
of the Annapolis High School tradition. Under the added attraction to the spectators.
direction of lva Wilder, the maiorettes perform at
Maiorettes pose for photographer during afternoon practice session. Mdiorefles and the AHS band combine talents for pep assembly.
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Six girls in blue skirts and heavy white sweaters
form a line across the stage and begin to clap. Their
leader says, "Hit it!" and the varsity cheerleaders
are off again.
These girls work constantly to build up school spirit
and help spur the AHS teams to victory. To this end
they lead the pep assemblies, teach the student body
Spirits soar as do the cheerleaders!
new cheers, sell pep bows, and cheer at games.
This year for the first time the varsity cheerleaders
sponsored the "Powder Puff" football game and
cheered at lacrosse games. They are a popular part
of AHS tradition, and it is hard to imagine the school
Cheerleaders bury the "Saints" on AHS stage.
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The Junior Varsity Cheerleading Squad was origi-
nated to cheer for the underclass teams. Led by
Nancy Vansant, the squad of five girls have gained
notable experience in cheerleading and serve as
substitutes for absent members of the varsity squad.
The Junior Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, composed
of four girls led by Arden Anderson, boost the girls'
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The 1959-60 Annapolis High School sports
program was the most extensive in Anne
Arundel County, according to Mr. William
Best, coach. The boys' athletic department,
under the leadership of their director, Mr.
Best and assistant director, Mr. J. Calvin
Rogers, sponsored interscholastic competition
in seven sports: football and soccer in the
fall, basketball and wrestling in the winter,
and lacrosse, baseball, and golf in the spring.
The school ioined the newly-formed Chesa-
peake Federation this year and began com-
petition in several sports with its eight mem-
The girls' athletic department sponsored
three varsity sports and an extensive pro-
gram of intramurals. Under the direction of
Miss Barbara Edwards and Miss Peggy Al-
mond, competitions with other high schools
were arranged in fhockey, volleyball, and
softball. Basketball, archery, and lacrosse, as
well as volleyball, trampoline, and tumbling,
were included in the intramural program.
Row l: G. Ford. D. Helgerman, W. Simmons, C. Sadler, J. Neil, J. Rankin, W. Kramer, C. Lewnes, R. Margraff. Row 2: J. Donavan, G. Samaras, R.
Bealls, T. Jarrell, A. Grau, W. Glotzback, J. Giglio, C. Gillmer, T. Roberts, N. Rabb, J. Canary, D. Wycherly. Row 3: H. Strikes, W. Hunkapiller, J. Bembe,
L. Wheeler, R. Dorsey, G. Samaras, D. Wallace, C. Gallop, R. Russell, J. Nicewarner, W. Best, coach, N. Leonard, coach.
Gridders gain another victory for AHS
Under the direction of head coach Neville Leonard,
the Panthers began the 1959 season by defeating
Cambridge and upsetting a powerful Frederick team.
A loss to Seaford, an exciting scoreless deadlock
with Laurel, and a win over Edgewood followed.
Southern was defeated before a large homecoming
crowd, but Panther spirits dipped temporarily as the
gridders lost to an excellent Bel Air team and
fought Wicomico to a scoreless tie. The local team
closed the season on a happy note, however, as
they defeated St. Mary's 27-7.
The backfield was composed of some fine runners
led by William Glotzbach, Charles Gillmer, Eugene
Dobson, Gary Ford, and co-captains Charles Lewnes
and James Rankin.
The line, coached by Mr. William Best and Mr.
Jay Orr, was led by such stalwarts as co-captain
Wayne Kramer, Thomas Jarrell, Wayne Simmons
and Lloyd Wheeler. Wheeler was voted the squad's
most valuable player.
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J. Colvin Rogers, Coach
Most Valuable Player
The 1959 Panther soccer team, coached by Mr. J.
Calvin Rogers and sparked by co-captains William
Riggins and John Alton, posted a fine 6-4 record for
William Riggins John Align
AHS this season. 2 Charlotte Hqll
The highlight of the season was the decisive vic- 4 Glen Burnie
tory over last year's league champions Arundel. 0 Brook' n Park
Bucky Gates in wing position provided extra bustle in 4 A dy'
getting possession of the ball and setting it up for run e
scoring. Also contributing much to the team was Doc 0 Glen EIQ
Alton, one ofthe best center half-backs in the history l Charlotte Hall
of the AHS and Anne Arundel County league. 4 Glen Burnie
Bill Riggins was a bulwark of strength on defense 2 Brooklyn park
all season, while Bill Bennett, returning from last O Arundel
year, was another mainstay on the soccer team. Walt O Glen EI
Bialousz and Alan Wycherley alternating with goal- 9
post duties also did fine iobs.
Rocco Tripodi and John Alton were the high scorers
for the season, with five points each. John Alton was
voted as the team's most valuable player.
Row 1: J. Smith, R. Tripodi, J. Alton, B. Riggins, T. Tripodi, B. Gates. Ro-w 2: F. Kaufman, C. Palmer, C. Rupert, E. Sherlock, A.
Williams, C. Deller, M. Ellinger. Row 3: W. Bialouz, B. Bennett, Mr. Rogers, J. Garrett, R. Franke, Q. Crawford.
Barbara Edwards, Coach
Ronnie Headrick Carol Porter
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Most Valuable Player
This year AHS again had a girls' hockey team. Miss
Barbara Edwards developed a group which towards
the end of the season began to show great promise.
The co-captains, Ronnie Headrick and Carol Porter,
capably led the team throughout the season.
Although the team did not win any games, they
did gain valuable experience for the future. The
1959 season came to a close with a tense, exciting
game in which the girls held a powerful Arundel
team scoreless until the second halt.
Row l: T. Wood, M. Revell, J. Henderson, J. Markwell, P. Chase, M. Burkhart, G. Ritterbush, B. Winegardner, Row 2: M. Grimes, H.
Robinson, V. Brown, C. Porter, R. Headrick, M. Tryon, B. Demas, J. Means. Row 3: E. Olson, M. Burns, C. Stein, E. Revis, Miss
Edwards, C. Davis, C. Hinton, S. Bagby, J. Bennett.
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Bialousz, G. Samaras, Q. Crawford,
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The l960 Panther cage squad manned by five
returning Varsity players and a number of elevated
iayvees from last year's teams, carried on the repu-
tation established by previous squads. The Cagemen
lost only three games in twenty-one starts. The
County championship was lost to Glen Burnie in a
hard-fought playoff game at the Naval Academy
High-point man tor the year was Gordie Stallings,
who broke his own record with a total ot 370 points
during the season. Stallings also holds the single
game crown with a 40 point tally against Howard
County. Team captain, George Kallis, was the lead-
ing play maker and ball handler. Wally Bialousz,
Fred Eucare, and Walt Asche all had excellent deten-
sive seasons, and were invaluable in the drives which
put T125 points through opposing nets during the
The success of the 1960 iunior-varsity basketball
team points toward another fine varsity team for
AHS next year. Pacing the iayvees was Alan Houston,
who netted 214 points for the season. Other stalwarts
in coach Neville Leonard's line-up were Irving Peter-
son, Charlie Grace, Porter Wilson, Paul Rogers,
Roger Nastetf, Wayne Legum, and George Samaras.
Varsity Opponent Junior Varsity
AHS Visitor AHS Visitor
43 38 Howard County 19 32
64 59 North Harford 24 20
41 47 Cambridge 32 33
49 46 St. Mary's - -
45 42 Bel Air 27 17
51 47 Easton - -
69 49 Arundel 50 47
72 44 Howard County 30 49
65 46 Southern 67 36
50 27 Brooklyn Park 36 33
72 58 Edgewood 39 18
55 43 Glen Burnie 30 31
57 38 Arundel 40 34
53 45 Easton 49 53
64 36 Southern 60 30
49 44 Brooklyn Park 34 36
48 62 Glen Burnie 44 57
70 52 Bel Air 42 36
43 Glen Burnie'
'County Championship play-oft game
Hoopsters chalk up another victory.
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Row I: J. Rankin, W. Norwood, A. Katcel,
K. Shelly, C. Lewnes, W. Fowler, D. Rien-
stra. Row 2: J. C. Rogers, coach, G. Kra-
mer, manager, W. Bennett, J. Smith, W.
Simmons, L. Wheeler, J. Burkhart, man-
ager, H. Hall, coach.
With a record of six wins and two losses in
the varsity season, the wrestling team, coached by
Mr. Harvey Hall and Mr. J. Calvin Rogers, won
fourth place in the Metropolitan Invitational Tourn-
ament held at Northwestern High School on Feb-
ruary I9 and 20. Medal winners were Charles Lew-
nes, Bill Bennett, and Wayne Simmons, capturing
second place medals: and John Alton and Alan Kat-
cet, who placed third.
The Panther mat-men swept the County Tourn-
ament at Severna Park, winning seven first places
and three seconds. Charles Lewnes set a new school
record with a tive-second pin. Lewnes and Katcef
were the co-captains of the team.
Kneeling: A. Katcef, captain. Standing: J. C, Rogers, coach, C. Lewnes,
captain, H. Hall, coach.
Panther mat-men C. Lewnes and W. Sim- Co-captains Lewnes and Katcef await the
mans prepare to demonstrate a new hold. whistle.
JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING SQUAD: Row I: F. Sherbert, J.
Rubinstein, T. Gray, H. Hadaway, W. Arnold. Row 2: G. Kra-
mer, manoger, L, Dittman, B. Bassford, R. Dorsey, C. Sutter-
field, M. Ellinger, W. Glotzbach, D. Copenhagen, J. C. Rogers,
Row l: C. Gates, G Robinson, J. Riley,
A. Katcef, C. Lewnes, W. Norwood, J.
Colison, J. Nelson. Row 2: B. Arnold, G.
Knllis, R. Russell, R. Dorsey, M. Schloss-
man, C. Gilmer, K. Brown, J. Rankin,
Coach R. Peret. Row 3: Ass't. Coach B
Rankin, P. Hopkins, G. Shelton, A. Bealles,
L. Wheeler, P. Young, T. Jarrell, W. Kra-
mer, D. Copenhaver.
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Coach Dick Peret expects a tremendously suc-
cessful season tor the Lacrosse squad. Tom Jarrell,
one of the last year's leading scorers, along with
Charlie Gilmer and Ken Brown returned to lead
the Panther stickmen in the spring contests. Charlie
Gilmer and Jim Rankin are the co-captains.
Co-captain, Jim Rankin: Coach, Dick Peret: Co-captain, Charlie Gilmer.
Panther stickmen practice for a big game.
April 1 Suitland
April 'I2 Glen Burnie
April 19 St. Mary's
April 22 Huntington, N. Y.
April 29 St. Mary's
May 6 Glen Burnie
May lO Suitland
The 1959 boys baseball team posted a 10-win
record, which, according to Coach William Best, was
the best effort put forth by a Panther bat squad
in a decade.
John Alton, who hit seven home runs, and
pitcher Robert Kircher, who piled up five wins
against a single loss, were indispensable in the
team winning second place position in the county
league for the first time in six years. Herbert Wilson
and Donald Hopkins headed the batting average
list with .320 and .240 respectively.
The following standouts of the '59 team are
expected to provide a strong backbone for the
1960 season: Dave Wycherly, Herbert Wilson, Walt-
er Bialousz, Frank Wood, John Alton, Ted Abbot,
James Hopkins, Albert Williams, and Dick Coulter.
Row 1: D. Hopkins, R. Kirchner, W. Charockalis, C. Cotterton. Row 2: A. Grau, T. Abbott, H. Wilson, F. Wood, J. Alton. Row 3: J. Hopkins,
W. Bialousz, D. Wycherly, A. Williams, E. Cannon, R. Goodwin, manager.
I it a baseball or a snowball? David Wycherly warms up his pitch.
April 8 Bel Air
13 Severna Park
21 Howard Co.
26 Glen Burnie
28 Brooklyn Park
May 3 Arundel
10 Severna Park
19 Glen Burnie
24 Brooklyn Park
31 Bel Air ,
Last year Annapolis High had a commendable
girls' softball team. At the end of the year the team
stood second in the county league, with a record
of six wins and four losses. As captain, Bonnie Wil-
son had the whole-hearted support of the team.
Since a number of sophomores played first-string,
AHS can expect another good season this year. The
Student Council Best-Player Award was given to
Pat Stockett, who played left field.
Row I: J. Markwell, E. Terry, P. Chase. Row 2: H. Lowman, C. Pag P Col son Ro o S Sm s B Edwards coac
Gloria Lowman pitches a fast one. Coach Edwa d g es a batt g de on tr ton
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LA ROSA Compliments
RESTAURANT AND of
QW H3 Main Slfeel SENIOR HOMEROOM 310
BEST OF LUCK COLUMBIA JEWELRY
138 Main Street
CLASS OF '60
JUNIOR HOMEROOM 202 Phone COIoniaI 3-3351
FINE FOODS Russell Stover Candies LlPMAN'S
ANNE ARUNDEL COFFEE SHOP LADIES o MISSES WEARING APPAREL
45 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, Md. -Shoes-
CO 3-2403 Main at Conduit Street Annapolis
CO "Flowers For All Occasions"
CLASS OF, O THE ACADEMY FLOWER SHOP
6 Lester B. Wayson, Prop.
137 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Md.
Res. Phone: 3-4409 Bus. Phone: 3-3200
PETE 8: JIM
GOOD LUCK '60
FAMILY SHOE STORE
lM. J. Schenker, '30l
118 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF 1960
WEEMS SYSTEM OF NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION CHARTS AND INSTRUMENTS
229 Prince George Street Annapolis, Md.
Courses in Marine and Air Navigation
ERICKSON MOTOR CO., INC.
1959 o RAMBLER o 1960 FINE FURNITURE
Save While You Drive ,
324 - 6th sheet Annapolis Md. 44 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, Md.
Compfimenfs COIoniaI 3-7710
of TOWN AND COUNTRY
S. 8 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 of
SPECIAL 3 HO
UR SERVICE A FRIEND
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 Mcouckian sneer Phone 3-6744 53 Mvfvlend 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
L. P. MUSTERMAN
197 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
Compliments RUTH SPECIALTY SHOP
of 161 Main Street
zoo.-ogy A WEARING APPAREL Fon
period, PRE-TEENS . JuN1oRs . WOMEN
STEVEN'S CROWN STATION Period IV
THE PARSONS COMPANY
158 Main Street
220-222 Main S'ree' Anngpgligl Md, AIIIICPOIIS, Md. Co 3-3412
BEST OF LUCK FOR THE FUTURE
Compliments lm RIGHT I 1
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MOM 8' DAD 176 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
Best Wishes to
THE CLASS OF '60
OWENS ESSO STATION
CAPITAL FLOWER SHOP
90 Maryland Avenue COloniaI 7-7510
Congratulations and Best Wishes to '60
PERSONAL PLANNING ASSOCIATES INC.
NAOMI'S DRESS SHOP
32 W S A I' , Md.
5 Maryland Avenue Annapolis, Md. est heel 'mapa ls
Compliments ANNAPOLIS FURNITURE COMPANY
of "EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME"
A FRIEND 112 West Street COIonioI 3-2140
The Store for the Lad and his Dad
For something fhaf's a bit different-if's
THE ANITA SHOPPE
'A' YARNS 'A' MILLINERY
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING AND FURNISHING t SEPARATES t ACCESSORIES
46-48-50 West Street Annapolis, Md. 181 Main sheet Phone 3 2402
S. KOTZIN COMPANY
100 Chinquapin Round Road
LLOYD W. BOLDEN 81 SON
Riverside 8: Magothy Ave.
Annapolis, Maryland SDP. 6541
Telephone: CO 3-2471
Compliments of Venetian Blinds Storm Windows
DU-RITE CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC. Awnings Doors
SWIMMING POOL EQUIPMENT 8. SUPPLIES
John D- McGee CAPITOL AWNING COMPANY
Brentwood, Md. WA. 7-1662 Edgewater CO. 6-6642
Dresses Shoes Compliments of
MARY LEE'S DRESS SHOP
EVERYTHING FOR THE MISS 81 MRS.
136 Main Street COlonial 8-5531
MEREDITH - ROANE COMPANY, INC
P.O. Box 428
REPLACEMENT PARTS SERVICE
AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
2009 West Street Annapolis, Md.
THE BEST OF LUCK TO
THE CLASS OF 1959
MlLLER'S CAMERA SHOP
Your Kodak Dealer in Annapolis
UN. 1-aiss ' co. 8-was
Msi.uci-:Amps REAL ssncrs
AMOCO SERVICE STATION
2043 West Sfreel Annqpqlis, M
WATERFRONT and RURAL PROPERTIES Telephone 8.8921
Compliments of Compliments
SANITARY LUNCH of
SEAFOOD - STEAKS - CHOPS CHESTER A. WICKSTROM
11 Main Street CO. 7-8915 INSURANCE SERVICE
Paul Alexion, Prop. 230 West Street COlonial 7-7888
KMK INC HAPPY MOTORING STARTS AT
ENGINEERS 81 CONTRACTORS JOHNNlE'S ESSO SERVICENTER
IRA TOWNSLEY 3412 'Old Forest Rd.
General Superintendent Pikesville, Md. west Slreel al Lafuyene
Home Phone SP. 780 HU. 4-0700 in
Colonial Annapolis, Md.
Fr'-WC MART BRIDGE VIEW RESTAURANT
232 Main sheet We SpecIalIze In SEA FOOD o CHOPS o STEAKS
Try our "Georgeburger"
AMIGPOIIS, Md- COl0niul 8-'l'l'l'l 400-6th and Severn Avenue Phone 8-8948
C0mPlimef'ItS SIMPSON ELECTRICAL CO.
of Robert B. Towers, Owner
GLADDING CROWN SERVICE Commercial o Industrial o Residential Wiring
Eastport, Maryland 98 Eos, Shed, co 3-3333
CO. 7-7045 CO. 7-7997 Compnmenfs
Compliments of of
TAYLOR CHARTER BUS SERVICE DELUXE CLEANERS
Box 670, Edgewater, Md. phone 8,5112
L- A- TAY'-OR 1 Colonial Ave. 68 Maryland Ave.
Phone CO 3-9222 B A
ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY co. EN' Mn" F' CHANEY
PAINTS o TELEVISION o HARDWARE FOR Al-'L YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS
HOT POINT APPLIANCE . PLUMBING SUPPLIES G,,,,b,m,, Md. Anne A,u,,de, counw
B. F. GOODRICH TIRES 0 BATTERIES o TUBES ,
. Colonlal 3-5558
25-27 West Street Annapolls, Md.
BEST or LUCK TO TI-IE C,,,,,p,,,,,e,,,,
CLASS OF 1960 f
ROYAL RESTAURANT O
25 West Street MCNEW BROS-
COIonial 3-6660 Com Mme 1
wI-IITIvIoRE P "S
PRINTING 84 STATIONERY CO., INC. of
Tqylgr Avenue qt West Street ANNAPOLIS ARMY-NAVY SUPPLIES
Annapolis, Maryland 149 west street
John M. Whitmore
IN ANNAPOLIS lT'S . . .
MENS SHOP CLIFF DAWSON STORE
Nationally Known Men's Clothing and Furnishings
I Severna Park, Md.
178 Main Street Annapolls, Md.
PEERLE55 CL0T""NG MERcHANTs or TI-IE CITY MARKET
'l4'I-143 Main Street At The Dock
Annapolis, Maryland l
COMPLETE STOCK OF RECORDS AND COMPONENTS
78 Maryland Ave.
Complimenfs Compliments of
of I R BELL
MACEY'S CORNER ESSO D NNE
Severna Park, Md. S.P. 234 2029 West Street Extended
Best Wishes to the COUQVUIUIUIIOHS
CLASS OF '60 from
ECONOMY HEATING 81 PLUMBING
GOOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF '60
W. H. M. SMITH AGENCY
REALTORS 8. INSURORS
HOMEROOM 109 School Street COIonial 3-4221
A FRIEND A FRIEND
LITTLE CAMPUS RESTAURANT
W. F. FLOOD 8. SONS, INC.
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6' 63 M"V""" me c""""' 3 1019 west sneer Annapolis, Ma
PLUMB NG AND HEATING
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208 Taylor Avenue I
Annapolis, Maryland Phone 3-2239 class of 61
BENJAMIN J. COX'
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
Box 173A, Defense Highway
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