Arundel High School - Panorama Yearbook (Gambrills, MD)
- Class of 1951
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Situated among vast green acres, surrounded
by singing pines with the sunny, blue skies of
Gambrills overhead, Arundel jr.-Sr. High
School was completed in the year of 1950. For
years plans had been made to erect a large
school building in Anne Arundel County-a
school which would be one of the Hnest in
America. Today, after much waiting and work-
ing, Arundel jr.-Sr. High School is no longer
a dream of parents and teachers, but a reality
-a thriving, growing community of eager,
The dignified columns by the front entrance,
the spacious gymnasium, the large cafeteria
and the well-lighted classrooms are marked by
expert workmanship and design. Our school
is a building of great architectural beauty. The
title of our yearbook, PANORAMA, was derived
from the view to be seen from the large and
numerous windows-from almost any window
in the building one can look across the rolling
hills for miles around the community.
Arundel jr.-Sr. High School, the achievement
of a proud dream, will continue to grow and
serve the community for many years to come.
FACULTY . .
CLASSES . .
ACTIVITIES . . .
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MRS. MABEL PARKER, PRINCIPAL
MRS. BEVELRY VVOOD, Secretary
ERNEST KNAPP, Guidance Counselor
J. L. CLAYTON, Vice-Principal, Math
MISS SUSAN VVALDER
MRS. ANNA GREGERSEN
VVILLIAM H. SHANNON
MRS. CLARA SIM M ONS
R. W. COOVER
MISS DOROTHY M. STERNICR
MISS ELVIRA RUSSO
Shorthand, Typing, Business Arithmetic
MISS LOIS M. LONG
Physics, Biology -
MRS. NATALEA P. TI-IUMEL
Biology, General Science
MUSIC AND ART
RICHARD L. HIGGINS
MRS. MARTHA S. MARSHALL
Arts and Crafts
MISS RUTH QLAWRENCE
MRS. ANNETTE M. WOOD
ROBERT C. MEYER
W. E. CARROLL
Physical Education, Health
MRS. PHYLLIS E. ORR
Physical Education, Music
INDUSTRIAL ARTS AND AGRICULTURE
CHARLES R. JUBB, JR.
ELLSWORTH D. MICHEL
JOHN A. GIFFORD
MISS RUBY COLLIER
MISS PEGGY M. ARMSTRONG
MRS. DORIS D. HAMILTON
MRS. FRANCES L. MIDDLETON
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President . . .
Tall, blond, Dave has been with
his class since grammar school
days. This is not his first job as
Presidentg for he held the same
position in the 11th grade.
Secretary . . .
Noted for her sweet disposition,
Helen has been with us since
grammar school and has held
Senior Adviser . . .
Vice-President . . .
Our class roamer, Charles has
traveled in the East. We're glad
he finally settled in Maryland.
His intelligence and good fel-
lowship make him an excellent
Treasurer . . .
Chuck has done much traveling
in Europe. He attended school
last year in Munich, Germany.
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All tlae qualities of a leader
Dance 'with her, and all other
girls seem clumsy
He burned midnight oil and
Headed for success in :be
Susanne Bowie and XVesley Snapp
Class Clown ? ? ? ? ?
A quiet fellow but a tons-
lVell-liked for ber friendly
Vocational Home Economii
Good things surely some
Leafue it to Harry to suppll
Vocational Home Economic
A 'U!07llc17IlS crowning glorl
is her laair
lntelligenre - and bow!
A lady in every seme of the
Pretty is as pretty doex
A redhead 'without the pro-
Vocational Home Economies
A pleasing personality 'will
get you far in tbix 'world
God's gift to 'wontenf
He'll reap many a good liar-
'eest of friendship
Vocational Home Economics
A sweet disposition it all
that is needed to 'win friends
She doexrft need to he bribed
to do you a favor
Vocational I Ionic Ifconomics
She smiles and the 'world
smiles 'with ber
VVarrcn Busy and Ramona Pumplircv
VVALT ER MUELLER
He advocates anything with
a German label
EV ELYN LANG
A star athlete niinzis the
A business head on those
Quiet, but who likes noisy
Kermit Thompson and Hazel Lemasters
Clothes make the man
Always well dressed and
Arundel's forenzost Don Iuan
An expert at tripping the
There's always a witty side
to everything if Fay is there
A lover of everything in gen-
eral, wonien in particular
"A diller, a dollar, a ten
Practiaally born in a gym
BETTY ANNE YVATERS
Vocational Home Economics
A likable girl with a likable
EMILY STUBBE SHIRLEY TESTER
A later comer-but not too You can't help but be gay
late to be popular around Shirley
JULIANA VVALCH XVILBUR YVALKER
It's not just brains that makes That "exec'Nti've" type
His trumpet makes up for
Not only good looks con-
tribute to his success
MARY ANN XVOLF
None but kind words for all
Evelvn Lang and Lennie Thomas
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Seniors Who's Who
l. Best Dancer . . . Helen Dawes, Paul Milwicz
2. XVitties . . VVm. Cronmillcr, Fay Shackelford
3. Most Flirtatious . Tom Sjoding, Betty Barker
4. Most Studious . Chas. Carlson, Dorothy Burns
5. Night Owls . . . jean Dorsey, Terry Skerritt
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We, the Senior class of 1951, being of sound
mind, do hereby present our last will and
I, Betty Barker, will my field-ball uniform to
I, Betty Blevins, confer my drawing ability
upon Susan Shine.
I, Mary Boesser, leave all my paint brushes and
easels to the next art editor of the yearbook.
I, Bertha Burnezley, bequeath my full-back
position on the field-ball team to Connie Hes-
I, Dorothy Burns, donate my musical fingers
to anyone who appreciates musicQ?j.
I, Warren Buoy, leave my "pepsodent" smile
to the student body.
I, Charles Carlson, give my two French berets,
my eccentricities, and my intelligent remarks
to Lewis Dove.
I, Nathan Childs, leave my ability to sleep in
class to any junior suffering from insomnia.
I, Ioyce Clark, offer what is left of the Driver's
Training car to Helen Wrzesinski.
I, David Clayton, bestow my ability to stand
out in crowds to Sonny Tester.
I, William Cronrniller, give my favorite shovel
to Lawrence Taylor in Ag. Shop.
I, Mary Curtin, will my height to Jeannette
I, Iean Dorsey, wish to bequeath all the chew-
ing gum scraped off cafeteria tables to Jane
Miller and Nancy Mooney.
I, Iarnes Dunivin, confer my quiet manner
upon Peter McNamara.
I, Harry F eitz, present my many pages of
P.C.D. notes to Mr. Shannon.
I, Kitty F ox, leave all the shattered test tubes,
broken pulleys, and torn Physics Manual to
I, Barbara Gates, donate to Bernadine Nehring
three inches of height and five pounds of my
I, Shirley Higgs, present my roller skates and
pillow to Lois Shipley.
I, Fred Hintz, will that the junior teams show
I, Charles Hoover, leave my ability to bluff
teachers to Jackie Rice.
I, Katherine Honor, leave my most cherished
seat in Physics class to posterity.
I, Evelyn House, will the people in the oflice a
loyal worker to help them next year.
I, Helen Kahring, give my beautiful handwrit-
ing to Frances jones.
I, Debbie King, bestow my good humor upon
any juniors who worry over report cards.
is worth his weight in gold.
I, Alice Lambert, leave all the memorized pas-
sages from "Macbeth', to any Junior who has
a good memory.
I, Evelyn Lang, offer all the fun I've had in my
Senior year to the juniors.
I, Hazel Lernaster, leave my cheerleader's
cramps to Miss Sterner.
I, Bob MoLeay, CGod's gift to womenj, leave
my autographed portrait to the junior girls.
I, Paul Milwicz, will 10 or 15 pounds to Mrs.
I,,Warner Miller, donate "Old Facefulf' the
cafeteria water fountain, to Mrs. Parker and
I, Walter Mueller, offer my autographed cast
to the soccer team, for use against Glen Burnie.
I, Kenton Mullenax, will my ball and chain to
I, Florence Phelps, leave my willing ways to
I, Ramona Purnphrey, will my bookkeeping
desk to Shirley Danza.
I, Fay Shackelford, bestow my dancing ability
upon Shirley Gill.
I, Roger Shanahan, leave my dirty lunch tray
to the cafeteria staff.
I, Torn Sjoding, will to Hilda Elswick my abil-
ity to argue with teachers and get away with it..
I, Wesley Snapp, out of consideration for the
I, Ernily Stubbe, will my brother, Arthur, to
I, Terry Skerrit, present my right soccer shoe
to Daniel Phipps.
I, Shirley Tester, give my typewriter to june
McIntosh. CI hope it doesn't stick for her, too.J
I, Lennie Thornas, leave my complete set of
text books to anyone who'll take good care
I, Kerrnit Thompson, leave my farming tools
to Mr. Jubb.
I, Wilbur Walker, will my ability to get out of
work to Dennis Judy.
I, Juliana Walch, offer my broken pencil stubs,
writer's cramp and all my trials and tribulations
to the next year's editor.
I, Betty Anne Waters, leave my locker to some
junior with a good memory.
I, Mary Ann Wolf, bestow my seat in the audi-
torium upon any junior who wants it.
The writing of this was witnessed by:
Kitty Fox and
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News spreads fast, and it soon reached me that
Arundel High School had been all remodeled.
Since I hadn't seen it for ten years, I decided to
drive over. As I entered the driveway, a yellow
convertible that resembled a rocket flew past
me, and parked in the vacant lot. Out stepped
William Cronmiller with a beautiful blonde on
his arm. Anyone I ever knew, I wonder . . .
As I approached the school, there was such a
mob! I soon discovered the reason-this.was a
reunion of the Senior Class of 1951! I stepped
into the lobby and was greeted by two charm-
ing ladies. They looked familiar and yet . . .
why, of course! It was I ean Dorsey and Evelyn
House. They told me they had secretarial jobs
in New York. They both certainly looked
Down the hall, I saw four strong-looking men
discussing sports. Wilbur Walker, now play-
ing for the Yankees, was telling Terry Skerritt,
who plays pro-soccer, how he hit a homerun
and saved the World Series for the Yanks.
Terry said he was doing all right for himself,
too. He just Won a midget auto race-racing is
one of his hobbies. Nathan Childs, who plays
football for Hopkins, was telling Harry F eitz
how he made a touchdown in the last minute
of play to save the game. Harry now plays
basketball for the Bullets, and is the highest
scorer. The coach for the Bullets is Lennie
Thomas. Remember Lennie?
The first person to arrive at this Senior Class
Reunion was Kenton Mullenax. When he does
not have to come to class, he's right on time.
Kenton's a big business executive now.
I see some people all dressed in white coming
down the hall . . . our nurses . . . Bertha Bur-
nezley, Katherine Honor, Shirley Higgs, and
Kitty F ox. Kitty's uniform looks a little differ-
ent because it's an army uniform. The girls are
discussing the latest aches and pains.
Two smartly-dressed women just came in the
door. They're old friends, Alice Lambert and
Hazel Lemaster. Alice has just returned from
Texas with her husband. Music starts, and Hazel
and Alice swing into Arthur Murray's newest
Well, here are two old friends. Of course, it's
Shirley Tester and lack. They're finally mar-
ried and have stopped arguing. They only have
one quarrel now-which school is better, Arun-
del or Glen Burnie. She soon engages in a dis-
cussion with Ramona Pumphrey and Ioyee
Clark, who are both authorities on the prob-
lems of married life.
Who's that suntanned gentleman coming this
way? Wesley Snapp, just returned from South
America, where he is Y.M.C.A. Director. That
Blue and White
gentleman with him Thomas Sjoding, editor
of Life Magazine. He started out as just a
The girl who made everyone's head turn as she
walked into the room just now was Betty
Barker. She's a model in New York. I heard
she was offered a long-term movie contract
recently. Sheis wearing one of the latest crea-
tions from the elite dress shop in New York
owned by Mary Curtin and Susanne Bofwie.
They also have a shop in Paris. Susanne designs
the clothes, and Mary makes them.
The secretaries of our class, Debbie King, Helen
Dafwes, Mary Ann Wolf and Florence Phelps
are all here, too. They have high government
positions in Washington. Florence works for a
senator named Charles Carlson.
The three men coming down the hall, talking
very seriously together, are Admiral Roger
Shanahan, and Generals Walter Mueller and
Paul Milfwicz. Paul didn't think he'd like the
army, but he's been a big success. Looks like
they've all done all right for themselves.
What's that noise coming from the shop? Ker-
mit Thompson, our new F .F.A. teacher, is try-
ing to make his students quiet down. He must
be having trouble! The gentleman with gray
hair talking to Kermit is Fred Hintz. He's now
a contractor and builder, and has just completed
his biggest job-remodeling Arundel.
A hush has fallen over the crowd. Betty Anne
Waters and Dorothy Burns are going to play
a concert on twin pianos. They came down to
attend the reunion from a long engagement at
We regret to say that Fay Shaolaelford is not
with us. She accompanied Buck Rogers on his
most recent trip to the moon, they've lost the
map and are having a little trouble getting back
Warner Miller has just arived from Hollywood.
He's stand-in for Tyrone Power, and will soon
make a picture of his own.
The new coaches at Arundel are Bob McLeay
and Evelyn Lang. Arundel has won every game
since they've taken over.
The ladies drawing on the board are Barbara
Gates and Betty Blevins, noted commercial art-
ists. I hear Barbara is giving up her career soon
to settle down.
The two gentlemen coming toward us are easy
to recognize- Warren Buoy and james Dunivin.
james is now an accountant, and Warren is
head salesman for the Pepsodent Tooth Paste
Company. That famous Pepsodent smile is still
Emily Stubbe has just returned from her trip
around the world. She's going to compare notes
with Charles Hoover, who is about to start
around the equator in the newest and fastest jet.
We heard a famous shop on Fifth Avenue was
under new management. It's true, and the new
owner is juliana Walsh, with her is her old
friend, Mary Boesser, who just flew back from
Ireland where she spent the summer visiting rel-
atives. She's wearing a bright green suit.
Arundel has a new Physics teacher, Mr. David
Clayton. He just gave a stiff test, and his stu-
dents are certainly hoping they passed it.
As for me, I always said I'd be a career girl, and
it really has turned out that way. I am Super-
intendent of Nurses at Maryland General.
It really has been grand to come down and see
all the successful folks who were Seniors at
Arundel back in '5l. But then, I always knew
they'd make good!
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CLASS FLOWER: CARNATION
Class Calendar I95I
. . . All the Seniors are eager CFP to
begin their last school year . . . Class
officers and the yearbook staff are
selected . . . Soccer season starts off
with many of the stars being Seniors.
. . . Seniors get together our first
pep rally . . . XVC had our first real
class meeting this month . . . A lot
of Seniors went to Halloween par-
ties around the end of the month-
also, trick-or-treating . . . NValter
Mueller broke his collar bone in a
soccer game against Glen Burnie.
Fiist play ever presented in New
Arundel,"The Monkey's Paw," par-
ticipated in by several Seniors . . .
,,... ,- School dedication dinner had many
Senior girls working as waitresses
.Jawa A A . . VVe're losing Peggy Campbell
' - - - K,,to married life . . .Many Seniors go
to see "Macbeth" at Johns Hopkins
. . . Yearbook staff opens subscrip-
tion campaign with 'fThe Lamp
Goes 0ut'l. . . Class of '51 goes to
U. of Md. to see a football game
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motto . . . We're all having fun with
midterm exams . . . The Gideon So-
ciety gave an assembly . . . Doctor
Smith spoke in assembly about the
. . . First clay of February, and school
let out because of icy roads . . . It is
rumored that all but a very few
Seniors passed exams . . . Army field
band gave us a grand concert . . .
Science and Art Dept. presented
very nice assemblies.
. . . Seniors are wearing green this
month, as many of us are of Irish
descent . . . The very last dummy
of the yearbook is being sent in . . .
XVe're getting our class rings . . .
Student Council dance . . . XVesley
Snapp leavesg we're sorry to see him
go . . . Girls' Phys. lid. assembly
had many Senior girls hard at work.
. . . Plenty of April showers to keep
Seniors sloshing to school . . . The
Dramatic Clubs and Boys' Phys. Ed.
entertained the student body with
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price Christmasa' . v Voting on . . . Rehearsals for commencement .0 71
axvho-S Xvhov in the Senior Classm are underway . . . Many Seniors are ' rg
Had Special Christmas turkcy din- having graduation parties this month 9.
ner in school and the class of '51 ' ' ' The Semor prom was 3 grcat
took Og for 3 long holidavr success! . . . Our Home Ee. Dept.
' showed us what they've been doing '
lammyy all year in an assembly fashion show.
. . . Everyone is feeling chipper af- ,une
u ter the last Christmas holiday we'll Y
have in high school . . . More class G R A D U ATI O N
bg meetings to decide class flower and fat lastly
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Helen VVrzesinski . . . Prexidcrzt
Dennis Judy . . . Vice-President
Sue Burkins . . .... Secretary
Frances jones ..... Treasurer
Back row: Flaine Grifhth, Shirley Danza, Betty A. Allen, Jeanette Latvanas, June Mclntosh, Sam
VVolford, Fdna Davison. Third rofw: Ruth Loving, Thelma Thompson, Betty june Thompson,
Sara Griffith, Peggy Pumphrey, Lois Shipley, Nancy Mooney. Second row: Suvan Shine, Jane
Miller, Vera Slater, janey YVheat, Bernardine Nehring, Doris Day, Dorothy Chaney, Mary XViant.
First row: Frances jones, Estelle Donaldson, Elizabeth VVarner, Alice Hicks, Susan Birmingham,
Helen VVrzesinski, Betty june Burk. Teacher: Miss Russo, Absent: Helen Sommer, Leonard
Crawford, Albert Spangler, Arthur Stubbe.
Know your literature?"
I1 e been 'workin' for the F.F.A."
Back rofw: Daniel Phipps, Thomas Sills, Graham Shoemaker, lVilliam Phipps, Kenneth Fields,
Charles O'Hara. Third row: Beverly Ringgold, jean Anderson, Constance Hessingcr, john Rice,
Shirley Gill, Alice Ahmuty, Lewis Dove. Second row: lda jane Dickerson, lirncsr Sines, Harvey
lhrig, Robert XVard, VVilliam Gertz, james XVhisman. Firs! row: Vent Cole, Robert Downs,
Colverde Tester, Henry Hollingsworth, Richard Forney, Sus Burkins. Teacher: Miss Sterncr.
Absent: Donald Blackwell, Maurice Coale, james Martin, Peter McNamara, Ann XVasscll, Dennis
HOMEROOM l OA
Back row: Hugh YVilliarns, jose-
phine Escavage, Billie Mclntire,
jaincs Miller, john Abend, Har-
old Shepherd, Frank Fields.
Third row: David Rollins, Mar-
ion Ford Poole, Shirley Clark,
David Nehring, Alfred Mangold,
Naomi Tester, Delores Burns.
Second row: Martin Day, Allan
Sines jr., Betty Campbell, Ruth
Poole, Marie XVebcr, Mary Ellen
Burns. Ifirrz row: VVillard Luff,
Edgar Fowler, Robert Gates,
Alice Mae XYilson, Mildred Don-
aldson, Betty Ihrig. Teachers:
Mrs. Middleton and Mr. jubb
Cabsentb. A11.ve11t.' june Cole,
Marion Gray, Richard Preston,
Back row: Richard Cheicis, Shir-
ley Merson, Gloria YVceks, Ma-
rie Boyer, Russell Engler, Nata-
lie Gukanovich, Pearl Donald-
son, Mary Reigle, Sylvia Tack-
ctt. Third row: Barbara Hollar,
Sara Pumphrey, Carolyn XVhitc,
Carolyn Davenport,Nancy Don-
aldson, Mary jane Turner, Hil-
da Elswick, jerry Harbaugh.
Second raw: Doris Reimsnyder,
jane Scrnions, Elcanora llaniil-
ton, Theresa YYolf, David Mc-
Gowen, Agnes Vogel, jean Ali-
muty, Shirley Kinder, joanne
Hicks. First row: Shirley Low-
man, Mae Haven, Ruth How-
ard, Elizabeth Robb, Lois Pinn-
phrey, Ruth jackson, Patricia
Bower, Delores llall. Teafher:
Miss M'alder. Abram: Betty
Carder, Della Phelps.
Bark rms: Bruce Gard, Franz
Boehly, john XVatson, Thomas
Good, Lester Rodgers, Ronald
Clark, Toninly Dixon, john
rms: Richard jones, Michael
Malone, Mahlon Care, Ray Dis-
ney, joe Hall, Ruth Cook, janet
De Forest, joycc Murphy, Ken-
neth Dick. Serond row: XYilliani
McKercher, Vincent Franton,
Ronald Mt-Kercher, Shirley Sny-
der, Alina Claire Phelps, Con-
stance llarloxv, Richard YVaters,
Gordon Ray, TYilliam Rose.
First rms: Lance Smith, Alberta
Taxvney, Phyllis lVhiting, Viola
l3oyd,I.ois XVade, lfdxvard Rodd,
Robert Whitehead. Tcarber:
Mrs. Simmons. AIJ,i'C77f.' Donald
Tankerslcy, Donald jndy, Rob-
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Back row: Charles Dunn, Char-
lotte Chaney, Dinah Brown, Do-
lores Franklin, Richard McCul-
lough, Thomas McAuliffe, Don-
ald Campbell, jack Murphy.
Third rofw: Sandra Ayers, Shir-
ley Knight, Sharon Lang, Trudy
Whitehouse, Helen Georg, Bill
jones, Bobby Williams, john
Osborne. Second row: Ronald
Davis, VVilla McDaniel, Ida Grif-
fith, Louis Nichols, Fred Mc-
Leay, joe Newberger, Betty
O,Hara, Betty jane Todd. First
rofw: Marion jones, Virginia
Higgs, Portia Powell, Phyllis
Dunivin, Mary Anne Crouse,
Nancy Matchett, Betty Lee
Gertz. Teacher: Mr. Shannon.
Back row: Donald Ball, Betty
Roberts, Ruth McHarney, Ruth
ard Dehne, james Bean. Third
row: Richard Drake, Nancy
Snyder, George Shoemaker,
Donald Malone, Fred Arnold,
Thomas Russell, J. B. Edwards.
Second row: jack Kelhaugh,
james Dunn, Fay Burgess, Joyce
Martin, Frances Pylcs, Barbara
Bennett, Betty Alder. First row:
Alice Howard, Glenna Cox,
Spencer Rice, Rudy Sagan,
james McGarvey, Carole Cono-
ver. Teacher: Mr. Bonnotte.
Back row: Katherine Purdham,
Rose Marie Young, Thomas
Boschert, Richard Royster, Ma-
rie Atwill, Ronald Parsons, VVen-
dell Sann, Kathryn VVieland.
Second row: Rosie Hines, De-
one Gillespie, Doyle Musick,
Billy Donnell, George Chalfant,
Buddy Offutt, Bernice Poole,
Isabell Deforest, Daniel Paw-
lowski. Third rofw: Lillie Thom-
as, Dawn Brookfield, Harry
King, Richard Lowman, Irene
VVallace, VVilliam Scott, Jimmy
Chalfant. First row: Betty
XVolfe, Catherine Campbell, Ce-
lcne Boswell, Harry Bowie, Bet-
ty Lou Hopky, Shirley Bucking-
ham, Albert VValker. Teacher:
Mr. Coovcr. Absent: Mary Ann
Back row: Allen Hickman, Rich-
ard Boyer, Earl Engler, Robert
Bowie, Gus Kaifos, George
Chaney. Third row: Thomas
Triplett, Herbert Hentschel,
David Anderson, Charles Hen-
dershot, Richard Boscherthlames
Falkler. Second row: Mary
Mitchell, Pat Miller, Jean Bos-
well, Betty Cox, Betty VVilliams,
Mary Ruth Jordon, Kathleen
justice, Lou juan Davison. First
row: Leroy Scriba, Pat Kealy,
Shirley Fink, Diane Akers, Alma
Foster, Eleanor Austin. Teacher:
Mrs. Thumel. Absent: Howard
Lawson, Ruenell Young.
Back row: VVilliam VVard, Paul
Parkey, lValter Hintz, Herbert
Beall, Lawrence Taylor, Flet-
cher Lane. Third rofw: Anna
Trapp, Donald Barker, Henry
Korback, janet Skipper, Freda
johnson, Esther Sweeney, Rose
Marie Lcuders, Virginia Mc-
Golderick. Second rofw: Eugene
Draper, Samuel Lambert, YVil-
liam Bertling, Fred Harworth,
Barbara Daugherty, Carlyle Sio-
ding, Joseph Day, W'alter Wilt,
john Stup. First row: Jerome
Reive, Mary Jane jefferson, Bet-
ty Offutt, joan Peters, Julia Jus-
tice, Doris Hoernig, Charlotte
Clark, Margaret Redmiles.
Teacher: Mrs. Marshall. Absent:
I. RU.'ldf7Ig Layton
3. "ll'h.1r vla,f,v do you have no 7
Back row: Clarence Denton,
Charles Tipton, Barbara Shortt,
XValter Boose, Carolyn Kirby,
Carolyn Carter, Donald Hash,
jean Rodgers. Third rufw: liarl
Hedrick, Patricia Sann, joyce
Martin,Patricia McGowen, Nan-
cy Pumphrey, Bonnie Allen,
Peggy Downs, Betty Ann Bald-
win, Raymond Sears. Second
raw: Norman Botts, Shirley Lan-
ham, Patricia Myers, Patrick Pas-
sarella, Betty Donaldson, Hazel
johnson, XYilma Hurley, Man-
reen Corcoran, lilizabetli Higgs.
First rout' Marlene Anderson,
Donald LOXYIIIQIII, joseph Low-
man, judy Millard, XValter Ma-
lecki, Henry XVoodward,
Charles Scott, james Taylor.
710i'll'hl!3T.' Mrs. Pfeiffer, Mrs.
XYestcrinan Qnot shownb. Ah-
501115 james Bock Mary jane
Bach row: Tommy Gealta,
Charles Booker, Ruth Grooms,
Bertha Ann lsaac, Gloria Con-
stant, Katherine Malieki, Har-
vey Martin, Ronald XVood-
ward, XYilliam jefferson. Third
rms: lfdson Brolin, Darby jones,
james Lawson, Abbott Holmes,
lfrncst Znknick, jerry Buckmas-
ter, Spear Biggs, Charles Silla-
man, Cecelia Shai. Second row:
Sandra lCutsler, Mary Kostkow-
ski, Dorothy Beall, Mary lCllen
lfngelhaupt, Dorothy Kraus, Pa-
tricia Pruett, Catherine jeffer-
son, Mary Lee Leight, Robert
Dorsey. First row: Billy Miller,
lfllen XVarfield, judy Crosby,
YVilliam Grimes, Page Stanley,
Ruth Hood, Narene Messcr.
Teacher: Mr. Rudy. Absent:
james Dick, Beatrice Chaney.
Back row: Arthur VVeber, Ar-
thur Bennanzar, Phylis Fox, Bet-
ty Lewin, David Hardgraves,
Rayman Tackett, Billy Birmin-
sham, Richard Music. Third
rafw: Connie Martin, Clarence
Phelps, XVayne Hurgerford, Earl
Reichard, Annie Denton, Har-
vey Lowman, Dorothy Bird,
Juanita Cole, Larry Donaldson.
Third row: Gordon Hood, De-
anna Hicks, Eileen Dunkerly,
Beverly Benton, Marie Milwicz,
Maribell Cook, Charlott Reigle,
Clarence Moreland. First row:
Ellen Griffith, Laura Haven,
Ann Smith, Betty Dennis, Joan
Gertz, Peggy Parsons. Teacher:
Bark row: Frank Stokes, Nelson
Ensey, Robert Gray, Joan Neh-
ring, Joseph Ryon, Eleanor
Gott, Frank XVheat. Third rofw:
XVilliam Hahn, Arthur Sentz,
Marcia Heatherly, Lorrain
Drake, Juanita Ross, Diana
Watts, Shirley Sears, Sylvia
Taylor, Barbara Carver. Second
row: VVendell Thompson, Vir-
ginia Ingle, Robert Knight, XVil-
liam Parrish, Danny Jarvorski,
James Double, Darlene XVells.
Firrt row: Alice Reigle, Donald
Turner, Judy Dennis, Frank
Bell, Barbara Poole, Norman
Luzier, Nancy VVhitehead, XVil-
liam Fields. Teacher: M-r. Hig-
gins. Abxerzt: Robert Crane, Lida
Cole, Betty Jane VVisman.
Back row: Elizabeth Kelbaugh,
Dorothy VVilburn, Lewis Rip-
ley, Millie Cox, Robert Kinder,
Betty Rae Robbins, Shirley
VVeed. Third row: Barbara Fra-
zier, Gwendolyn Sines, Elvira
Norfolk, Jan Clark, Edna Mac
Carder, Nancy Singleton, Laura
Yockel, Mary Ann Miklasz. Sec-
ond row: Victor Lanehart, Rob-
ert Dring, Don Ihrig, Billy Jones,
Marie Brannon, Shirl Spicer,
Owen Merson, Shirley Camp-
bell. First row: Barbara Greg-
ory, Emmett Zellner, Billy Rice,
XValter Hudson, John VVarner,
Eugene VVillis, Kathleen Bos-
chcrt, Mildred Taylor. Teacher:
Miss Lawrence. Absent: Agnes
Sufczynski, Thomas Hartney.
Back row: Wayne Huffman
Sanford Stephens, james Sine
joseph Reese, Marie Franz, Phy
lis Barker, Carol Ray Ncwto:
Third rofw: Richard Good, Rol
ert Hensley, Earl Mantzell, Ma
garet Kelley, Marie Downi
Shirley Baily, justin XVillian'
Second row: Larry O'Dell, job
Grimes, Pavo Flintjer, Bet!
jane DeLacerda, Kay Rawle:
Barbara Lines, Kathryn Steven
Charles Purvis. Firrr row: Lo.
retta Shortt, Eileen Redmile
Ruby Denton, Ardclla Lani
hart, joyce Fink, Sheridan A
nold, Leroy Bailey, Frank Alle
Teacher: Miss Goenner. Absen
Sharon Downing, William Sti'
ers, james Coleman, joh
VVright, Lorraine Bladen.
Back row: Shirley Todd, jc
Chowanetz, john Randolp
Harry Smith, Virginia Rec
Shirley Huntzinger, Louis Ra
Patricia XVilliams. Third ron
Patricia Evick, Elizabeth Ba
Dorothy Higgs, Bonnie Hel
rick, Roger Crawford, Robe
Ingle, Anna May Gribble, Dean
na Brown. Second row: Emi
Mohri, james Kimmett, Flo,
Schmansky, Willard Kilpatric
Donald Debrick, Carroll C0
ley, Douglas Salyers, Beti
Bragg, George Braun. Firrt ron
Helen Stivers, joyce May, ja
et King, joyce Keyton, An:
Breeden, Violet Hood, Mildrw
Duvall, Paula Malecki, Alli
justice. Teacher: Miss Barnha
Abrent: Kenneth Rayman.
Back row: Nancy lVard, Lint
O'Malley, Manuel King, Haro
Osborne, Elwood Miller, Ke
neth Honor, Carl Simms. Thi
rofw: Louise XVagner, Virgir
Bragg, Catherine Stover, Nelsi
Stammer, Ronald Weed, C:
roll Cole, VVilliam Cash, Pauli
jackson. Second row: john F
gerl, Milton McGowen, Ma
Ann Warner, Carolyn .Mart
Lillian Mollman, Rosalie Milli
Katherine Eggerl. F irrt roi
Robert Kaufmann, Bertha Bu
denbohn, jesse Leedy, Mair
Hensley, Catherine Lowm:
Anthony Passerella, Mary A
Bowie, Teacher: Mr. Zaeng
Absent: Donald Daugherty, B1
nod jackson, Louis Boswi
Deanna DiMola, Christine Ho
Eula Willis, Raymond Boschf
Back rofw: Harley XVagner,
john XYhite, Ronald Kelsey,
Bernice Mueller, Elaine XVar-
field, Fdith Randolph, Helen
Alston, XValter Kramer. Third
row: Robert Walters, Henry
Gertz, David YVarfel, Alan
Maynard, Mary Lee Miskanic,
Leslie Kilpatrick, jean Burgess,
Grace Clark, Patricia Korbach.
Sefond row: Robert Saiia, Ger-
ald Day, VVilliam Cowsill,
james Atwill, Bernard XVines,
Sue Metzler, Avis Greenley,
john Hood. First row: Freddie
Chewning, Thomas 0'Keefe,
Betty jean Martin, Sally jean
Spark, Sylvia Lowman, YVilma
Golway, Betty Hood, john
Braun. Teacher: Mr. Parlett. Ab-
sent: janice YVilt, Katherine
Mooney, james Bright.
Back rofw: jean Ut-lls, Betty
VVeeks, Patricia Kramer, Rich-
ard Prehoda, Barbara Campbell,
Marjorie Alpcr, Donald Ahm-
uty, Howard McGoldric. Third
row: Frances Robb, Regina
Lind, Diana Maxwell, Patricia
Allen, Lydia NVhite, Mary Ann
Morris, Bobbie jean Etheridge.
Betty jane Sentz, Edward Zuk-
nick. Second rofw: VVayne
Mann, Leroy Clark, Leron Don-
aldson, Vk'illiam Paddy, Marion
Lemaster, jimmy Fee, Harry
Purdham, Gilbert Miller. First
row: Margaret Corcoran, jac-
queline Moreland, Betty Cro-
miller, jackie Hard, Donald
Phelps, Francis Murphy, Bessie
Triplett, Phyllis Snyder. Teavh-
er: Mr. Graham. Absent: XYil-
mer Lee Knight, Grady Davis.
Back rufw: joan Dunivin, May-
nard YVines, YVilliam Mitchell,
Gene Spangler, Shirley Shackel-
ford, Raymond XVatts, Clara
Landon, jeannie Anderson.
Third row: janice Lee, Opal
Daff, josephine Howell, Helen
Foster, Sue Nixon, Carole Dan-
ner, Mary Ball, Lee Bird, XVil-
liam Meyers. Second row: Don-
ald Campbell, Carroll Heil,
VVarren VVillner, Richard Fox,
Malcolm Pyles, Louise YVolfe,
Nancy Turner, Marceline Nor-
ris, Daniel McVickers. First
row: james Kaifos, joseph
Thomas, jerry jones, Arthur
Kemp, Mary Nowottnick, Al-
venia Prvett, Marlyn Prehoda.
Teacher: Mr. YVilliams. Absent:
Harriet Cronmiller, Betty Hoke,
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Standing: Beverly Ringgold, Ruth Loving, Reporter, Shirl Spicer,
Daniel Pawlosski, Marie Frane, XVilbur XValker, Barbara Poole, NVar-
ren Bucy, Treasurer, Rosalie Miller, Raymond XVatts, Betty jean Mar-
tin, Natalie Gukanovich, Alice VVilson, john Abend, Donald Campbell,
' Richard Music, Norman Botts, Naomi Tester. Seated: Nancy Snyder,
Lou juan Davison, Doris l-Iocrnig, Graham Shoemaker, Secretary,
Susan Birmingham, Vice President, Noreen Messor, Shirley Snyder,
Diane Maxwell, Patsy XVillian1s, Larry O'Dell. Adviser: Mr. Knapp.
Absent: Susanne Bowie, President, jack Murphy, Martin Day, Helen
Dawes, Russell Englar, Vincent Frantom.
rundel High School Band
Back row: Robert Gray, jack Hutchins, Frank NVl1eat, Charles Tipton, Richard Preston, Deanna
VVatts, joseph Ryon. Third row: Richard YVaters, Alberta Tawney, Lewis Dove, Danny
jaworski, Norman Luyier, Thomas Good. Second row: Shirley Sears, Lance Smith, VVilliam
Parrish, VVilliam Phipps, Lauriston, McQuoid. First row: Frank Fields, Martin Day, Alice How-
ard, Arthur Bcnnanzer, john VVatson. Director: Mr. Higgins. Absent: Robert Adams, VVesley
Snapp, james Double.
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J ai if 14 ,af-
1. "llf'lJere'J Doris?"
Back row: janey VVheat, jean-
nette Latvanas, Betty Ann XVa-
ters, Florence Phelps, jean Dor-
sey, Beverly Ringgold. Third
row: Billie Melntyre, Hilds Els-
wick, Delores Burns, Mary Ellen
Burns, june Melntosh, Marie
Boyer, Nancy Mooney. Second
row: Doris Day, Thelma
Thompson, Helene Sommer,
Lois Pumphrey, Naomi Tester,
Marion Ford Poole, Frances
jones. First row: june Cole,
Alice lVilson, joyee Murphy,
Lois XVade, Helen lVrzesinski.
Director: Miss Lawrence. Ab-
sent: Ann VVassell.
Bark row: Betty Roberts, Syl-
via Taylor, juanita Cole, Vir-
ginia Higgs, Sharon Lang, Kath-
ryn Stcvens. Fifth row: Nancy
Lee Snyder, Ida Grifhth, Bonnie
Hedrick, Anna May Gribble,
Lydia XVhite, Mary jane XVis-
man, Shirley Huntzinger. Fourth
row: Betty Rae Robbins, Mary
Ann Miklasz, Shirley Vl'eed,
Elizabeth Kelbaugh, Barbara
Frazier, Louise lVagner, Carole
Conover. Third row: Agnes
Sufeegynski, Dorothy Bird, Ma-
rie Franz, Margaret Kelley, Sue
Metzlcr, Grace Clark, Pat Kra-
mer. Scrond ro-12: Nancy Kay
Rawley, Lillian Mollman, Ann
Smith, Rosalie Miller, Katherine
Fggerl, Marie Brannon, Mildred
Duvall. Firxt row: lVilma Gal-
way, Sylvia Lowman, joan
Gertz, Ardella Lanehart, Lor-
etta Shortt, Paula Meleeki. Mar-
ion jones. Director: Miss Lawr-
ance. Absent: Nancy Pumphrey,
Betty Lewin. i
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2. "It's too big!"
3. "-and I made it myself-"
4. Susanne tosses the salad
S. ". . . and they must not get
too brown . . ."
6. "I'll whip the cream!"
7. there's always disbes to
1. "Ii'.mr me to thread
2. For the tlzxbimz .rbow
3 .... and bear wall , , .
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Y IVImr'x for dinner?
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F. F. .
, en 1nes, Terry Skerritt, Paul Milwicz, Robert
Downs, john Abend. Third row: Harry Feitz, Harry Ihrig, Willard Luff, Edgar Fowler, David
Nehring, Colverde Tester, Martin Day, Ernest Sines. Second row: Alfred Mongold, Robert
Ward, james Miller, Harold Shepherd, Richard Preston, Frank Fields, Arthur Stubbe, VVilliam
Cronmiller. First rofw: Richard Forney, William Phipps, William G '
Vent Cole, Hu h W' ' ' '
ertz, Kermit Thompson,
g illiams, Fred Hintze, Daniel Phipps. Advirer: Mr. jubb.
ck row: David Rollins, YVarner Miller All S'
F. F. A. Wins Many
Honors in '50-'SI
This Fall the Arundel Chapter started off the year in its new de-
partment at Arundel High. We wanted to keep Arundel's Chap-
ter slated as one of the best and most active in the state, and were
anxious to carry out our motto: "Learn To Do By Doing." The
guidance of our adviser, Mr. jubb, was invaluable to us.
Our first and biggest job was setting up our new shop. This de-
partment is equipped to do metal and wood-working, electric
welding, automotive, electric, and forge work-we are very proud
During the summer the Board of Education obtained two quonset
huts which are now being constructed on our farm. These huts
will be used for storing farm equipment and as farm workshops,
they will be completed before school is out.
Tobacco, corn, and some truck crops will be raised on our school
farm. We will furnish our own plants for these crops by making
tobacco beds and coldframes. The crops will be worked with our
new john Deere tractor.
One hundred and seventy-Hve chickens were bought in Febru-
ary. This is an annual project, the chickens being cared for by
Freshmen. All of these, except enough to serve the Fathers' and
Sons' Banquet, will be sold this spring.
The big Marlboro Fair was held October 18-21, 1950. Our boys
took thirty-eight first, sixty-seven second, and sixty-nine third
place ribbons, exhibiting their home projects. Outstanding exhi-
bits included four purebred Durock pigs and a purebred Guern-
sey heifer, these took first and second place awards. Our Chapter
booth, which showed the proper way to store tobacco stalks,
placed third. The judging teams did exceptionally well in judg-
ing tobacco, dairying and swine.
Our Chapter had the pleasure of giving the first dance to be held
at the new school-this was our annual barn dance held Novem-
ber 10, 1950. An ice-skating party for the F.F.A. boys was given
December 22 at Indian Landing. A Western, show was given
March 16 for the school and public. Our spring prom, the Fath-
ers' and Sons' Banquet, and our annual picnic will be our big spring
Several of our members have enjoyed special honors this year.
Kermit Thompson, our president, as a representative of the South-
ern Maryland Federation of F .F.A., attended the National F.F.A.
Convention at Kansas City, Missouri, October 8-14, 1950. The
Arundel Chapter won third place in the state of Maryland with
an essay on its program of work by Vent Cole. Kermit Thompson
took first place in the state for his tobacco project.
We are looking forward to many successful years for the Arun-
del Chapter of Future Farmers of America at new Arundel High
School. Each boy who enrolls in vocational agriculture will bene-
fit from working under the leadership of Mr. jubb.
By Kermit Thompson
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How to Make a Valentine
Ufill the Birds Be Surprised!
If you should go through the halls during the
Junior High Club period, you'd find the younger
set engrossed in numerous activities. Down by the
cafeteria are to be heard the strains of dance music,
with many boys and girls learning how to trip the
light fantastic under the guidance of Mrs. Thumel,
Miss Goenner and Mr. Bonnotte . . . right next
door is Mr. Higgins' band class running competi-
tion, with a lively march or two, led sometimes by
a student director . . . going along a little further
you might see some very spirited acting being done
in Mr. Parlett's room. He and Mr. Shannon, having
merged their dramatic clubs into one, are teaching
their club members how to emote . . . if you should
hear a putt, putt, and see something swish by,
making you wonder if you're not imagining flying
saucers, it's probably only one of the model air-
planes Mr. Zaengle and his club are producing.
They had a contest this year and Tommy Grealta
came out on top-his probably being the only plane
that landed on more than a wing and a prayer . . .
in the library, Miss Collier and her group are learn-
ing parliamentary procedure, library procedure,
and even reading some books for pleasure-which
shows that there are a lot of serious-minded people
around school, too! . . . Mr. Graham and his nature
boys Cgirls, tool? are making bird houses and tak-
ing field trips. They'rc having a contest to see who
can build the best bird house, and have come out
with all sorts of concoctions . . . the newspaper,
with Miss Barnhart sponsoring, has been busy
keeping their junior High page in The Shamrock
filled with interesting news . . . on down the coffi-
dor towards the science lab you may see an explo-
sion or smell some strange gas-it's not really the
heating system going haywire, only Miss Long and
her science prodigies learning how to make an
atomic bomb Cor at least demonstrating the mole-
cular theoryb . . . across the aisle in the music
room Miss Lawrence
how to harmonize . .
Mr. Kennedys hobby
to make everything
building model boats.
club, but they stick
like horseshoes . . . by
has probably been flo
is teaching her Glee Club
. on up the stairs and into
shop, where they're learning
from plastic ornaments to
Mr. Rudy also has a hobby
mostly to outdoor hobbies,
this time a tantalizing aroma
ating past your nostrils, and,
if you just follow your nose, you'll end up in Miss
Armstrong's Boys' Home lic. Class. To prove to
the opposite sex the boys really make good cooks,
these chefs are delving into such mysterious doings
as pie-baking, and even stir up a delicious milk-
shake once in a while to wash down the pie . . .
toward the art department there is Mr. Coover's
craft class where the boys and girls make a lot ui'
eye-catching articles such as glitter birds and shell
ornaments, while nearby is Miss Marshall's art class
turning out Christmas decorations, paintings, and
even jewelry for the girls . . . for those girls who
like strutting around and twirling batons fwhich,
by the way, is much harder than it looks? Mrs. Orr
is at hand to teach the latest in right-about face . . .
in the projection room is Mr. Michel trying to
teach his Vis. Ed. boys how to run the compli-
. . . there is also another Dramatic Club. This is
the group which was under the direction of our
beloved Mrs., lVesterman, before she left us. The
students in this class are reading plays and learn-
ing dramatic techniques . . . the only group left
is the study hall. There aren't many in this class,
because, as almost any Junior High student will
tell you, there's too much fun to be had learning
something in any one of the active clubs.
The Senior Clubs get under way every VVednes-
day morning, and a lot is accomplished in a very
short time. Down in the darkroom Mr. Gifford is
initiating an eager group into the mysteries of the
camera, his own Elm strips of his little daughter
furnishing entertainment, as well as inspiration, to
those who see glamour in photography . . . The
F.F.A. Club alwaysefinds the period too short to
get more than started on all the plans and projects
they're undertaking under Mr. jubb . . .'fDo-Se-
Do" and that's Miss Russo demonstrating'the latest
steps in a new square dance down cafeteria way
. . . quiet in the gym for a change, discussions are
going on in Boys' and Girls' Athletic Associations
-with plans under way for student refereeing, dis-
cussion of point system for awards and many other
important matters-enough to keep Mr. Carroll
and Mrs. Wood busy for a long time! . . . look at
that baton twirlingl So much talent, and all for
free, too! Shows what Mfrs. Orr can do once she
gets going . . . Ah, sweet harmony-Miss Lawrence
directing the Senior Girls Glee Club . . . silence,
please . . . If you wander into a large room filled
with posters and pictures of all kinds, and an eager
group are pinning up more posters and better pic-
tures, that's Mrs. Marshall's Senior High Art Club
. . . A dark, heavily-curtained room, with sound-
track noises issuing through the closed door means
that Mr. Michel has received a new film and is
demonstrating to the Vis. Ed. people . . . lf six
girls dash by, dressed in green skirts and white
sweaters, it'll probably be in the direction of the
gym-Miss Sterner is ready for a workout with
her cheerleaders . . . there's a club, too, that isn't
really a club-its members are on call 0:00 to 3:10
every day-that's Mrs. Simmons nursing corps,
ready for duty at a moment's notice . . . If you see
a fellow rush by, a determined glint in his eye,
that's The Sbamrockk editor, VVa1ter Mueller,
heading for Miss VValder's room, and that's the
"deadline" expression . , . last of all, there's us-
the Panorama staff-loud sounds of wrangling from
the Student Activities' room meant we couldn't
decide whether to mal-'e this club writeup one or
two pages long . . . it's all settled . . . we found out
there's so many things going on on club day, we
couldn't possibly have told their story more briefly.
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Snxsenonon Manager ,... Yerer McNamara
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MRS. ELISE WESTERMAN
In appreciation and loving memory of a kind and gra-
Her life among us was one of high ideals. Her sincerity,
sympathy, unselfishness, and understanding will long
remain with us. Arundel High School has benefitted in
having experienced her fine influence.
By which they rest, and ocean sounds,
And, star and system rolling past,
A soul shall draw from out the vast
And strike his being into bounds,
And, moved thro' life of lower phase,
Result in man, be born and think,
And act and love, a closer link
Betwixt us and the crowning race
Of those that, eye to eye, shall look
On knowledge, under whose command
Is Earth and Earth's, and in their hand
Is Nature like on open book,
No longer half-akin to brute,
For all we thought and loved and did,
And hoped, and suffer'd, is but seed
Of what in them is flower and fruit,
Whereof the friend that with me trod
This planet was a noble type
Appearing ere the times were ripe,
That friend of mine who lives in God,
That God, which ever lives and loves,
One God, one law, one element,
And one far-off divine event,
To which the whole creation moves.
From In Memoriam
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Arundel 5 5 5 5 5 61 Silence Club 5 5 5 5
Arundel ,l.,.,., 56 Clarksville 5 5 5 5
Arundel 5 5 5 5 52 Marlboro 5 5 5 5 5 5
Arundel 72 National Guard 5
Arundel 5 5 53 Saint Marys 5 5 5 5
Arundel 5 5 5 5 5 39 Elkridge 5 5 5 5
Arundel i.i.i.,i 32 Clarksville ,i,..
Arundel 55 5 44 Glen Burnie 5 5
Arundel 5 5 5 66 Calvert County 5
Arundel 5 5 50 Calvert County 5
Arundel 5 5 5 55 Aberdeen 5 5 5
Arundel 5 45 Aberdeen 5 5 5 5
Arundel 5 5 5 55 Glen Burnie 5 5 5 5
Arundel. 5 5 5 5 5 70 Flkridge 5 5
Arundel 5 5 51 Towson Catholic
Arundel 5 5 5 41 Annapolis 5 5 5 5
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SOCCER TEAM: Back row: james Martin Ken Fields, Captain Paul Milvicz, Len Thomas,
Bob McLeay, Dave Clayton, Bill Phipps, XVarren Bucy. Second row: Franz Boehly, Tom
Sjoding, Kermit Thompson, Fred Hintze, Dan Phipps, Terry Skerritt, Tom Dixon. First row:
Ron McKerchcr, Vince Frantam, VValter Mueller, jack Rice, Vent Cole, Bill McKercher.
Coach: Mr. Carroll.
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BOYS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Back row: Ken Fields, Len Tlioinas, Don Blackwell, Paul Xlilviez, Gralmiii Shoeiiiaiker, jiiines
Martin, Dennis Judy, Second Tow: Toni Dixon, loin Sills, ljflll Phipps, Bill Davis, Harry lfeirz,
Bruce Gard, Richard Cheieis. First row: jack Rice, Ron Xlelierclier, Yen: Cole, Bill ixlCKCl'L'lICl'
Yincc lfrantain, Bill Rose, Richard jones, Toni Sioding. Ad1'i5er: Mr. Carroll.
BASEBALL CProspeeti'.'e lcanil. Hack ro-w: Paul Milvien, Ulirner, Miller, Toni Sjoding, Billy
Phipps, Nathan Childs, Wlirren Bucy. Second row: Bill Xlclierelier, loin Dixon, Russell ling-
ler, Ron Melicrcher, Vincent Fraimiiii, Sam XVolford, Ulilter Mueller. First rout Kei'1nit'l'I1oinp-
son, Vent Cole, james Martin, Toni Sills, Franz Boehly. l.'o.n'b: Xlr. Carroll.
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BASKETBALL Back rofw: Elaine GriHith, Natalie Gukanovich, Barbara Gates, Katherine Honor,
Alice Lambert, Jeannette Latvanos, Lois Shipley, Gloria VVeeks. Second row: jane Miller, Betty
Barker, Edna Davison, Evelyn Lang, -Ianie XVheat, Ruth jackson, Marion Poole, Alice Ahmuty.
First Tow: Betty Blevins, Sue Bowie, Naomi Tester, Bertha B-urnezky, Betty june Thompson,
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FIELDBALL Buck row: Hilda lilswiek, janet Deforest, Natalie Gukanoiieh, Car- frundcl SIELDBALL
olyn Davenport, Shirley Xlerson, Gloria Weeks, Ruth jackson, Third roar: Lois Iundg-I flnnq
lVatle, Barbara llollar, Ramona Punlphrey, Alice Ahniuty, l,ois Shipley, Bernar- Arllllcfcl 7 CIC! K polls f
dine Nehring. Second row: Bertha Burnezlty, Debbie King, Katherine Honor, A1-Und 6 Sou I Bill-me
Barbara Gates, lfdna Davison, Helen Dawes, Janie YVheat. First row: Betty Arun 101 7 CII FIICFII
Barker, livelyn Lang, Sue Birmingliani, Betty Campbell, Betty june Thompson, AF f el H S CU Burn. f
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VOLLEYBALL fProspeetiye Teanijt. Bark row: jean Anderson, Betty Ann Waters, Dorothy
Burns, Naomi Tester, Helen Kahring, .Xlary Boesser. Second rms: Shirley Tester, Mary lfllen
Burns, june Nlelntosh, Iilaine Grirhth, Katherine Honor, Dorothy Burns. First rms: Mae Haven,
Dorothy Chaney, Betty june Birk, Sue Birniinghain, Bernartline Nehring. Coach: Nliss Sterner.
SOFTBALL fProspecrix'e Teixml. Ilark row: Claire Phelps. Carolyn Davenport, Shirley Herson,
Gloria Weeks, Ruth jnekson, Ilvelyn Lang, Betty Barker, .-Xliee Aliinuty. 'llifrd roms: IS1lI'Il11l'1l
Hollar, Natalie Gukzmuvieli, .Xhirion Poole, Betty Ihrig, june Xliller, Billie Nlelntirc, llelcn
Dawes. Sermld row: Bertha Burnezky. Debbie King, Bnrlmm Gates, 'lihelnm Ilioinpson, janet
Delforesr, Betty Caunplmell, jamie Wlheat, Lois Sliipley. l"ir.vr ro-1.:: Ilaxel Lenmsters, .-Xliec l,:1m-
bert, Faye Slmkelford, Helen NYre1esinsIci, lfmiiecs jones, Shirley Gill. Comb: Xlrs, Hood.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
lirwlc raw: Betty Barker, Gloria Weeks. Ifdnn Iinvison, Peggy Puinplirey, -Inner Deforcst. Scfmld
row: Ramona liuinplirey. Helen lhwcs, Sue Birniinglmm, Betty june Iihompson. First rms: Surah
Pumplircy, Ruth jackson, Sara Griflirli, Berimrdinc Nchring. ffuivvh: Hrs. Wood.
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Boy S' Sports
BASKETBALL Back row: jack
Murphy, Robert Bowie, Harvey
Martin, Fred McLeay,Fred Hor-
warh. Second row: XValter Baase,
Earl Engler, Bob VVilliams, Ray-
mond Thomas, Richard Boyer.
Firxt row: Richard Boschert,
Thomas Boschert, Thomas Mc-
Auliffe, Ronald Parsons, George
Chaney. Coach: Mr. Meyer.
SOCCER Back rofw: YValter
Baase, Herbert Beall, Donald
Campbell, Halter Hintze, Har-
vey Martin, Fred Arnold. Sec-
ond ro-un' jan Clark, XVilliam
Stivers, Robert Bowie, Earl Eng-
ler, Bob XVilliams, YVilliam Par-
rish, Thomas Russell. First row:
Arthur Bennanzer, Cherl Spicer,
Harvey Lowman, Thomas Mc-
Auliffe, Richard McCullough,
George Chaney. Coach: Mr.
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SOFTBALL fProspective Teaml. Back row: Lewis
Newberger, Buddy Offitt, YVilliam lVard, Nelson
Ensev, Bobby Gray, Dean Mullins, Herbert Beall, Don-
ald Campbell, Arthur Sentz, Billy Fields, Richard Mc-
Cullough, Ezra Delacertea, Bill jones. Fifitb row:
Jerome Rieve, Charles Purvis, Pavo Flintier, XVilliam
Stivers, james Bright, Xlorman Luzier, Robert Saiia,
Alan Maynard, Kenneth Honor, Billy Parrish, john
Doe, Ronald Davis. Fourth row: Ronald Kelsey, Doug-
las Salvers, Charles Hendershot, Robert Bowie, Ray
Henshell, Gus Kaifos, john Braun, Shirley Lanham,
Ray Sears, XVendell Thompson, Robert Kinder, Owen
Merson. Third rofw: Leslie Kilpatrick, XValter Kramer.
Bobby Engle, George Braun, Bernod jackson, Gene
Spangler, Daniel McViclcers, Carl Simms, james Bock,
Bill Scott, Frederick Arnold, Raymond Thomas, Don-
ald Turner. Second row: David XVarfel, Earl Xlentzell,
John Hood, Donald Lowman, Pat Passarella, Thomas
Bosehert, Ronald Parsons, Richard Boyer, Harold Os-
burn, jerry Jones, Ronnie XVeed, Raymond Boschert,
Harry King. First row: Arthur Kemp, Richard Good,
Richard Boschert, Fred McLcay, George Chaney,
Thomas McAuliffe, Bobby XVilliams, Earl Engler,
Bobby Knight, Jack Murphy, jan Clark, Lewis Rip-
ley, Doyle Musich.
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BASKETBALLBack row: Mary
Mitchell, Ida Griffith, Betty O'-
Hara, Beverly Benton, Connie
Martin, Trudy lVhitehouse,
Alueuia Pruett, Patsy Korback,
Third row: Delores Franklin,
Fay Burgess, Freida Johnson,
Eleanor Austin, Glenna Cox,
Joyce Martin, Portia Powell,
Jean Burgess. Second row: Shir-
ley Todd, Mildred Taylor, Bet-
ty Todd, Barbara Daugherty,
Sylvia Greenway, Ruth Clara,
Mary Nowottnick, Emily Moh-
ri. First row: Betty NVilliams,
Lou Juan Davison, Virginia
Higgs, Marion Jones, Sharon
Lang, Alice Howard, Shirlev
FIELDBALL Back rofw: Dorothy
Bird, Betty O'Hara, Betty Wil-
liams, Ida Griffith, Dorothy VVil-
burn, Millie Cox, Carolyn Kirby.
Third rofwr Fay Burgess, Freida
Johnson, Eleanor Austin, Glen-
na Cox, Joyce Martin, Portia
Powell. Second row: Charlotte
Chaney, Barbara Bennett, Betty
Gertz, Marion Jones, Mildred
Taylor, Shirley Knight. First
row: Ruth Grooms, Lou Juan
Davison, Sharon Lang, Barbara
Daugherty, Alice Howard.
SOFTBALL CProspective teamb. Back row: Phyllis
Snyder, Joan Gertz, Peggy Parsons, Barbara Poole,
Bobby Etliridge, Dorothy Bird, Frances Pyles, Virginia
Ingle, Patsy Korback, Deanna Brown, Mary Kowosos-
ki, Dorothy Bell, Bernice Mueller. Fifth rofw: Margaret
Redmiles, Carolyn Kirby, Katherine Boschert, Barbara
Gregory, Shirley Campbell, Dorothy Krause, Mary
Miklaz, Laura Yockel, Julia Justice, Patsy Evick, Char-
lotte Chaney, Grace Clark, Mildred Duvall, Eleanor
Gott. Fourth rofw: Mary Mitchell, Ida Griffith, Betty
O'Hara, Beverly Benton, Connie Martin, Trudy YVhite-
house, Aluenia Pruett, Patsy Korback, Shirley Camp-
bell, Willa McDaniel, Sue Metzler, Betty Martin,
Betty Hood, Phyllis Fox. Third rofw: Delores Prank-
lin, Fay Burgess, Freida Johnson, Eleanor Austin, Glen-
na Cox, Joyce Martin, Portia Powell, Jean Burgess,
Alma Foster, Nancy Matchett, Patsy Miller, Noreen
Messer, Joan Nehring. Second row: Shirley Todd, Bet-
ty Todd, Mildred Taylor, Sharon Lang, Dorothy XVil-
burn, Mary Nowottnick, Emily Mohri, Marabell Cook,
Mary Milwicz, Salley Spark, Avis Greenly, Nancy
Ward. First row: Betty Gertz, Betty YVilliams, Vir-
ginia Higgs, Mariori Jones, Millie Cox, Alice Howard,
Shirley Knight, Ruth Grooms, Mary Light, Helen
Stivers, Anna Gribble, Betty Lewin.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' GAMES
BASKEIWE AHHQPOMS l' ze
Arundel 2 9 Glen Blume ll
Arundel 2 Geofgelxox X4
Arundel 8 Linthicum '
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JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' GAMES
Arundel? 118 Annapoli
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BQOSTER CLUB:Back row: Lois Wade Lois Shi 1 F
, p ey, rancis jones, Shirley Snyder, Nancy
Donaldson, Tommy McAuliffe, Pat Passarella. Second row: Vincent Franton Portia Powell
Shirley Tester, Katherine Cam bell M '
p , arian Jones, Lois Pumphrev Shirley Gill Franz B hl I
First row' Trudy Whiteh
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. ouse, Suvan Shine, Betty Blevins, Fay Shackleford, Tom Sills, Beverly
Ringgold. Advisor: Mr. Bonnotte.
The Booster Club deserves a prominent place among the sports at Arundel
All year it has actively su orted th
pp e teams, and worked hard for big turnl
outs at the a .I '
g mes t sponsored the selection of Queens for basketball, and did
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Mr. and Mrs. James Tackett
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Boyd
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Grim
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rice
and Mrs. J. F. Ring
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Malone
Mrs. E. A. Kelbaugh
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Phelps
Col. R. C. Bower
Mrs. R. C. Bower
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Robb
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Drake
Mr. and Mrs. William Phelps
Miss Dorothy O'Lexey
Crain Laundry and Dry Cleaners
Woolworth's Five and Ten Store
Green Drugs Store -
F. Bonnotte Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lackermen
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Shipley Mr. William Kitchin
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Pumphrey, Sr. Flower Mart
W. C. Wade
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Joseph Thompson
James H. Ringgold
Mona and Don
Mrs. Iva Roby
Mrs. Della Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cox
Ambrose H. Hewer
Elwood Chaney, Jr.
Mrs. Eleanor Kelbaugh
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpfer
Mr. and Mrs. William Ringgold
Mrs. W. L. Reigle
Mr. J. S. Reigle
Paul and Betty June
Marvin and Betty
Mrs. Luther Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ringgold
L. W. Schmeiser
Aunt Helen Frances Robb
Juliana Walch Jean Anderson
R. Coover Mrs. P. Leach
Doris Day Mrs. Amilia Polocak
Vincent Frantam Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rodgers
Ray Disney Norman and Audrey
Dolores and Bruce Ruth Loving
A Friend Mai. and Mrs. Frank J. Shannon
Alice Ahmudy Ruth Rettaliata
Louis Dove Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pumphrey
Mr. and Mrs. William Pumphrey, Jr. Sgt. Russell Weeks
Lois Wade Edward W. Merson
Mrs. Clara Howard Hal Mayer
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Phipps, Jr. Mr. Knapp
tsaonoit Q. A5506
To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, church
To raise the standards of home life.
To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and
To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and
teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child.
To develop between educators and the general public such united
efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in
physical, mental, social, and spiritual education.
CARR'S FARM SUPPLY SERVICE
THREE-MILE OAK, ANNAPOLIS, MD.
Attend Our Farm Demonstration Meetings
and Free Farm Picture Shows
Your Problems Are Our ProblemsvSo Call on Us
Feeds, Seeds, Fertilizer, Farm Hardware,
Telephone: Annapolis 6604
ARUNDEL LAUNDRY 81 CLEANERS
Spa Road and West Street
THE ANNAPOLIS DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
For your Stationery and Gift Needs
185 Main Street Dial zzoo
THE HOPKINS FURNITURE CO.
One of the Largest Displays of Furniture
Floor covering and Bedding in Maryland
123-25-27 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
Dial 2241 Residence 3345
180 Main Street Annapolis, Md.
EAGLE'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Glen Burnie, Md. Phone IOO7
JESS RADIO 8. ELECTRIC
Radios - Television
Sales and Service
Francis Street at Main
SEARS ROEBUCK 8. CO.
8 West Street
Dodge 8a Plymouth
Sales 81 Service
Dodge "Job Rated Trucks"
Glen Burnie, Md. Phone 256
ARUNDEL AUTO SERVICE
J. G. Deinlein 8L Sons
Complete Auto Repairing
Gas - Oil - Accessories
South Shore 3081 Millersville, Md.
Outfitters of the Home
Furniture 8: Appliances
THE BEST FOR Lass
SUPREME FURNITURE COMPANY
Next to Po1an's 5m 8a SI. oo Store
Glen Burnie, Md.
STRANGE 8. WHITE, INC.
"Headquarters for Young Men's Appare1"
Student Slacks Sport Shirts
Corduroy Sport Coats College Sweaters
155-157 Main Street
Phone Annapolis 2821
BARROW'S SERVICE STATION
Gas - Oil Lubrication - Accessories
General Auto Repairing
Annapolis Road East of Bridge
Phone: Odenton 677 I
E. CHURCHILL MURRAY
42 State Circle CITY STORE
A 1' , Md.
nnapo IS Marlboro Shirts Emerson Radios
, Adam Hats GE Appliances
Phone: Annapohs 2675 Endicott Johnson Shoes
232 Main St.
JOHNNIE'S ESSO STATION
Lafayette Ave. 8a West St.
Odenton. Maryland Annapolis 6070
W. H. MILLER 8. SON
FLOUR AND FEED
THE ANNAPOLIS NASH COMPANY
175 West Street
Phone: Annapolis 6600
Courtesy of the
310 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd.
Glen Burnie, Md.
SIDLE'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Glen Burnie, Md.
Women's 8s Junior's Apparel Shop
Francis at Main Street
THE COLUMBIA JEWELRY CO.
138 Main Street
Phone: Annapolis 3351
B - B SERVICE STATION
Mobil Gas Mobil Oil
3 Ritchie Highway, N. E.
Phone: Glen Burnie 1772
Glen Burnie, Md.
ANAPOLIS UTILITIES INC.
89 West Street
MEREDITH-ROANE CO., INC.
Lumber - Millwork - Builders' Supplies
Annapolis, Maryland Phone: 9287 1712 West St--
Phone: 9244 9288 Annapolis, Maryland
AAA E350 THE HENRY B. MYERS CO.
24 Hour Towing Service
45-49 West St. 1714 West St.
ANDERSON'S CORNER I I
Dial 2655 Dial 81882
On U. S. SOI Phone: South Shore Q 80j 4001
Home of Advertised Brands
127-131 Main St.
Dial 3372 '
WILBURN'S SERVICE STATION
Phone: South Shore 3025
Your Sinclair Dealer Batteries
Charged While vou Wait
Tires - Fubes - Batteries
Fine Shoes for the Entire Family
II5 Crain Highway, N. E.
Glen Burnie, Md.
Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
46-48-50 West Street
The Store for the Lad and his Dad
H. G. TRUEMAN
Distributor Cal-Co Bottled Gas
185 West St.
'FAMILY SHOE STORE
Red Goose Shoes for Children
118 Main Street
Phone: Annapolis 2597
SOUTH SHORE GARAGE INC.
H. D. Eutsler, Pres.
Phone South Shore 5200 ,
International Trucks, Parts 8a Service
MARBERT MOTORS, INC.
261 West St.
Phone Anna. 2335
Sales STUDEBAKER Service
HARRY'S MOTOR SALES
90 Compromise Street Dial 9231
HOPPING FUNERAL HOME
I7O-172 West Street
Telephones: 3872 8g 2596 Annapolis, Md.
THE L F.JOHNSON LUMBER CO.
LUMBER -- MILLWORK --PAINT
HARDWARE -- BUILDING SUPPLIES
Glen Burnie, Md
Phone Glen Burnie 151
8 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. N. E.
Glen Burnie 9, Maryland
Sales CHEVROLET Service
Day 2650 Night 7144
Hamilton- Elgin-Bulova Watches
Steiff - Towle -Gorham -Inte rnational Sterling
Watch and Jewelry Repair Shops
On the Premises
Registered Jewelers-American Gem Society
44 State Circle Annapolis
SPORTING GOODS COMPANY
169 Conduit Street
Outfitters to Arundel Jr. - Sr. High School
DORR'S SERVICE STATION
DORR'S DRIVE IN
South Shore 5651-4212
SEVERN FARM'S MILK BAR
Grain Highway 8: New Cut Road--Route No. 301
Good Thick Milk Shakes All Kinds of Sandwiches
FARMERS SUPPLY 8. EQUIPMENT
Your Anne Arundel Co. Dealer
' West St. EXTD-Annapolis-Phone 6624
For Farmall Tractors 8a Implements
Household Boxes-Farm Freezers
Diston Chain Saws-Lawrence Paints
RELIABLE CONTRACTING COMPANY INC
Road Building- -Excavating
Equipment for Hire
South Shore 5160
WHITEHALL FARMS FROZEN FOOD SERVICE
C. MURPHY C0
100 Main St.
HENRY I. DODGE
GROCERIES AND REFRESHMENTS
HERALD HARBOR, MARYLAND
Automatic Delivery on Degree Day System
Famous Reading Anthracite Coal
"WHEN lT'S RED lT'S READING"
Phone: Glen Burnie 1200-I-2-3-4
HEIN BROS., INC.
403 BALTIMORE-ANNAPOLIS BLVD., N. W.
GLEN BURNIE 8, MD.
Retail Coal-Fuel Oil and Burner Service
Esso Oil Burners Installed and Serviced
K" S'-f 115 S 1 L tak'
E.. .,.h i:M.f,k.,,.,-x
llest Wishes Glass oi '5l!
Maryland's Own Department Store
OF GLEN BURNIE
F turing Famous Name Brands in Teen-Age App I
Annapolis Boulevard and Ritchie Highway
Op FdySt dy dM dytl9PM
BOUGHT AND SOLD
uNu.AmEn rn mnr
Glen Burnie, Md.
GB 1233 JEdTh p P p
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Fraternity Badges ' Fraternity Jewelry
Novelties ' Favors ' Stationery
Class Rings ' Pins
Medals ' Cups ' Trophies
Club Pins ' Buttons ' Convention Badges
204 International Building
l3l9 F. Street, N.W., Washington, D. C.
Telephone: NAtionaI 1044
UNIVERSAL MOTORS, INC.
Your Ford Dealer
Ford Tractor Dearborn Farm Equipment
First and Still the Foremost Restaurant on the
Governor Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie, Maryland
Special Luncheon and Dinner
Ice Cream Milk Shakes Hamburgers
SEALTEST ICE CREAM
Dial 2688 Southern Dairies, Inc. Annapolis, Md.
ERICKSON AND MYERS, INC.
324 Sixth Street Phone 8-2222
and Sales and Service
AUTO SUPPLIES APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Home Owned and Operated by
Crain Highway Phone: G. B. 1770
Glen Burnie, Md. I
THE R. R. SMITH PHARMACY
108 Main Street Annapolis 4301
THE ARUNDEL CORPORATION
BALTIMORE 2, MD.
Dredging ' Construction ' Engineering
Sand ' Gravel ' Stone
for the best in durable auto seat covers
and rustproof window screening
THE NATIONAL PLASTIC PRODUCTS COMPANY
THE ODENTON IMPROVEMENT ,ASSOCIATION
Meeting every second Friday of the month
at the Odenton Health Center ' 8:00 P.M.
THE 'I95'I GRADUATING CLASS
ARUNDEL JR.-SR. HIGH SCHOOL
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HEINS HARDWARE STORE
Glen Burnie, Md.
Phone: Glen Burnie l72
Ship Chandlery ' Plumbing Supplies
Seed ' Paints ' Fishing Tackle, etc.
l22-128 Dock Street
J. L. INGALLS
THE PARSONS COMPANY
FARM MACHINES and IMPLEMENTS
"Good Equipment Makes
a Good Farmer Better'
220-222 Main Street
Telephone: 4566 Annapolis, M
"Your piano should be the best"
KEENEY'S PIANO 81 MUSIC STORE
HAMMOND ORGAN and SOLOVOX
Scott and Sparton Radios and Televisions
INSTRUMENTS Annapolis, Md.
-163 West Street Phone: 4852 Annapolis, Md
CHARLES F. LEE 81. CO., INC.
Real Estate 8K Insurance C0mPIlmenl5
Established 1908 of
LABOVITZ 8. COMPANY
GOTTLlEB'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Men's, Ladies', and Children's
graduates of 1951
34 Market Space Annapolis, Md. BQHIIIUZTZLER' BROTHERS 20" d
COMPLIMENTS ANNAPOLIS NASH COMPANY
of Sales NASH Service
175 West Street Telephone 6600
A napolis, Maryland
TRACTOR 81 EQUIPMENT CO.
FERGUSON TRACTORS 8. IMPLEMENTS
George J. Boschert
Sales 81 Service
South Shore 3024
JOSEPH D. LAZENBY
Insurance and Real Estate
215 Main Street Telephone: 2684
"ln Annapolis Since 1880"
A Compliments of Compllmenfs
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Women's Wearing Apparel-Shoes DORR'S CORNER
172-174 Main St. Annapolis, Md.
ROBERTSON RADIO CO.
Television 8. Radio Service
192 West Street
Compliments of a Friend
FRED E. VOGES
Real Estate and Insurance
221 Main Street
Hotel Maryland Bldg. Annapolis, Md.
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