Arundel High School - Panorama Yearbook (Gambrills, MD)
- Class of 1952
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Mrs. Jo Foster
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ed by his classmates at Arundel High
Life is real! Life is earnest
And the grave is not its goal,
Dust thou art, to dust returnest,
Was not spoken of the soul.
Lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And, departing, leave behind us
Footprints on the sands of timeg
Footprints, that perhaps another,
Sailing o'er life's solemn main,
A forlorn and shipwrecked brother,
Seeing, shall take heart again.
Let us, then be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate ,
Still achieving, still pursuing,
Learn to labor and to wait.
From A Psalm of Life
By Henry W. Longfellow
We, the PANORAMA Staff, have work-
ed diligently for an entire year, to
capture the memories of your high
Our greatest hope is that this book
will be symbolic of your high school
Look back through these pages when
you have "gone and been forgotten
with the rest," and may you feel that:
"When time, who steals our years away
Shall steal our pleasures, too,
The mem'ry of the past will stay,
And half our joys renew."
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AN A STAFF
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FIRST ROW: Left to Right: A. Eckman,A. Ahmuty,J. Miller, B.Ringgo1d, T. Sills-Sports Editor, L. Dove-
Editor, J. Rice-Business Manager, F. Jones-Literary Editor, H. Wrzesinski, S. Shine, I. Wheat, L. Shipley.
SECOND ROW: Mrs, Hill-Sponsor, B. A1len,C. Hessinger, S. Burkins, B. Thompson, E. Warner, E. Donaldson
P. Pumphrey, S. Danza, A. Hicks. THIRD ROW: K. Fields, I. Martin, J. Latvanas, Mrs. Foster-Sponsor
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ALICE AHMUTY Odenton
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45 Shamrock 35 Fieldball3,45 Basketball
SUSAN "Sue" BIRMINGHAM Jessup
"PANORAMA" 45 N,H.S. 3,45 Student
Council 35 Pres. of l-LR, 35 Sports Club
3,45 Fieldball 3,45 Basketball 45 Volley
BETTY ANNE ALLEN Crownsville
HPANORAMA 4 Dancing 3
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DONALD "Don" BLACKWELL Hanover
B.A.A. 3g Basketball 3,4g Baseball 3,4
SUE CAROL BURKINS Harmans
"PANORAMA" 4g N,H,S. 3,4g Sec. of l-I.
R. 43 Sec. of Jr. Class 3g Shamrock 3,4
MAURICE "Moe" COALE Crownsville
F,F,A. 3,45 Visual Aid 3g Checkers and
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DOROTHY "Dot" CHANEY Gambrills
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SHIRLEY "Shir1" DANZA Severn
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CHARLES WM. COLE Gambrills
F.F.A. 3,4g B.A.A. 35 Boys Officiating
Club 45 Soccer 3,4g Baseball 3,4
LEONARD CRAWFORD Odenton
Visual Aids 3,4g Glee Club 4
DORIS "Dot" DAY Jessup
"PANORAMA" 4g Glee Club Sec. 3,43
Dramatics V.P. 4
LEWIS DOVE Gambrills '
"PANORAMA" EDITOR 45 Sec. 3g N.H.
S. 3,4: Band 3,4
ESTELLE DONALDSON Crownsville
"PANORAMA" 4g Square Dancing 3
IDA JANE DICKERSON Hanover
Home Ec. 45 Dancing 3
DONALD D'ELIA Fort Meade
Band 45 Glee Club 4g Transferred from
RICHARD FORNEY Cro
ROBERT "Bob" DOWNS Gambrills
F,F.A. 3,4g Baseball 4
WILLIAM "Bill" GERTZ Crownsville
KENNETH "Kenny" FIELDS Jessup
"PANORAMA" 4g Glee Club 4g off. of
H.R.g B.A.A. 3g Soccer 4
EILEEN "Lee" GIES Herald Harbor
Glee Club 3: Dramatics 4 Q
MARGARET "Elaine" GRIFFITH Severn
Square Dancing 3g Sports 45 Softball 45 '
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SARA "Sally" GRIFFITH Harmans
Art 4g G,A,A. 3
MILDRED HARRIS Fort Meade
Dramaticsflg Transferred from Woodrow
Wilson High School
CONSTANCE HESSINGER Severn
"PANORAMA" 45 Shamrock 3,45 Field-
ALICE HIC KS Odenton
"PANORAMA"4g Sec. of I-LR. 33 Sham-
HENRY HOLLINGSWORTH Jessup ' 417+
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HARVEY "Cowboy" IHRIG Odenton
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FRANCES "Franny" JONES Severn
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Club 35 Treas, of Jr, Class 35 Student
Council Sec. 45 Booster Club Sec. 3,45
Basketball 35 Softball 35 Fieldball 3
DENNIS JUDY Crownsville
Art 45 Phys, Ed, 35 V,P, of Jr, Class 35
Pres. of Sr, Class 45 Pres. of l-LR, 3,4
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JEANETTE LATVANAS Jessup
"PANORAMA" 45 Glee Club 3,45 Art 4-
Treas. of I-LR, 35 Basketball 3 '
JAMES "Marty " MARTIN Severn
"PANORAMA" 45 Shamrock 35 B,A,A,
35 Sec, of Sr, Class45 Soccer 3,45 Basket-
ball 45 Baseball 3,4
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PETER "Pete" MCNAMARA Crownsville
Shamrock 35 Dramatics 4
JANE "Boots" MILLER Severn
PANORAMA 44 Pres. of H.R. 4g Majorettes 35
Fieldball 45 Softball 3,4g Basketball 3,4
NANCY "Ray" MOONEY Hanover
Glee Club 33 Dramatics Sec. 4
BERNARDINE "Dean" NEHRING Millersville
G.A.A. 3,4g Shamrock 4g Volleyball 3,45
Basketball 3,49 Fieldball 3,4
CHARLES 'Tut O HARA Gambrllls
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SHIRLEY Sklzz OLESEN Fort Meade
Home Ec 4 Baakethall 4 Transferred from
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WILLIAM B111 PHIPPS Gambrllls
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PEGGY "Peg" PUMPHREY I-larmans
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of l-l,R. 45 Art 4, G,A,A,
JOHN "Peter Wheat" RICE Millersville A.,
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DALE RENSHAW Fort Meade
Home Ec, 4, Transferred from Turkey
BEVERLY "Bev" RINGGOLD Severn
"PANORAMA" 4: N,l-LS, 3,43 Booster
Club Sec. 3 Treas. 45 Glee Club 3,
Student Council 3,4
ERNEST "Ernie" SINES Harrnans K 5'
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VERA "Woo Woo" SLATER Odenton
Photography 33 Nursing 4
-fx ,qw MARILYN "Joby" SNYDER Fort Meade
Dramatics 4: Baseball 45 Basketball 4:
Transferred from Columbus, Ohio
HELENE "Susie" SOMMER Gambrills
Shamrock 45 Glee Club 3g G,A,A, 4g
Fieldball 45 Softball 3,4
SUVAN "Sue" SHINE Fort Meade
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PANORAMA 4g Booster Club V.P. 3,45 Cheer-
leader 3,45 Shamrock 4
LOIS "Lulu" SHIPLEY Hanover
PANORAMA 45 Booster Club 3,4g Art Club 33
Fieldball 35 Basketball 3
GRAHAM SHOEMAKER Odenton
Student Council 3,4 Pres.g V.P. H.R.g B.A.A.
3,4g Soccer 4g Basketball 43 Baseball 4
TOMMY "Tom" SILLS Fort Meade
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COLVERDE "Sonny" TESTER Gambrills
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BETTY JUNE "Lefty" THOMPSON Gambrills
PANORAMA 45 G,A,A, 3,41 Shamrock 45
Fieldball 3,4g Basketball 3,45 Softball 3,4
PANORAMA 4:F.F.A. 3,4g Soccer 4: Basket-
ELIZABETH "Liz" WARNER Gambrills
THELMA "Toots " THOMPSON Gambrills
Shamrock 45 G,A,A, 4g Glee Club 3:
Fieldball 45 Softball 35 Basketball 4
ROBERT "Bob" WARD Millersville
"PANORAMA" 45 Dancing 3
GERTRUDE "Ann" WASSELL Severn
G,A,A, 4gG1ee Club 3
JANEY WHEAT Severn
"PANORAMA" 4: N,H,S, 3,43 Glee Club
35 Fieldball 33 Basketball 35 Softball 3
JAMES "Whiz" WHISMAN Severn
Dancing 33 Dramatics 4
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LARRY "Birdie" WHITT Fort Meade
Transferred from St, Petersburg, Florida
SAM "Butch" WOLFORD Odenton
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HELEN WRZESINSKI Severn
PANORAMA 4: N.H.S. 3,45 Glee Club 3,4:
Treas. of Sr. Class 4, Pres. of Jr. Class 33
Student Council 4, Softball 3
And it came to pass in the year of 1950, that two monstrous events
took place -- the invasion of South Korea in June and the entrance of the
Class of '52 into the portals of Arundel Jr. Sr. High School. It must be
admitted that much less publicity was given the latter event, but even so
it was a great occasion. For our class was entering the newly erected
Arundel High School and we, as Juniors, were to be the second graduating
class from that school.
It took quite a while to get things under way in our new school and it
was not until January 19 that we Juniors had our first class meeting.
Under the supervision of Miss Dorothy Sterner, Class advisor, we began
to make plans for the rest of the year. As officers we selected Helen
Wrzesinski as President, Dennis Judy, Vice-President, Sue Burkins,
Secretary, and Frances Jones, Treasurer.
School rings were purchased by many of the Juniors, the ring having
a red, blue or black stone in the center with the entrance of the school on
one side and the Maryland seal on the other.
In January the Booster Club sponsored a Basketball Queen contest
and Suvan Shine from homeroom 11A was chosen to represent the Juniors.
At our second class meeting, February 14, we voted in favor of giving
a. Prom in the spring and inviting the Seniors as our guests. In order to
raise money for this gala affair, we sponsored a bake sale at one of the
P,T,A, meetings, sold candy at basketball games, and sponsored a movie
which was shown to the entire student body at the admission price of
twenty cents per student. Also we had a Tea Dance for Juniors and Seniors,
which was held in the cafeteria on April 10 during the fifth and sixth
Even with all our working, getting ready for the Prom, we still took
time out to select our class colors, motto, and flower. As our class
colors we selected blue and gold and our flower is the white rose. Our
class motto reads, "Let us be seen by our deeds."
The first part of May, Glen Burnie High School inducted members into
our newly organized National Honor Society, and of these, ten were Juniors.
They included Beverly Ringgold, Frances Jones, Susan Birmingham, Lewis
Dove, J aney Wheat, Sue Burkins, Jackie Rice, Alice Ahmuty, Peggy Pump-
hrey, and Helen Wrzesinski.
With the Prom such a short distance away, we had lots of work to do.
Various committees were selected to see that all arrangements for the
big event went smoothly. The date was set for Saturday, May 26, and
the night before the decorating committee transformed the cafeteria into
a beautiful garden with a small picket fence and two gateways, entwined
with flowers, surrounding the dance floor. Small tables were arranged
around the dance floor and on one side there was a fish pond with a fountain
in the center. Refreshments were served buffet style and the table was
beautifully arranged with the punch bowl in the center banked by flowers
and the other refreshrnents on either side. The Juniors and Seniors danced
to the music of the Top-Hatters from 8:30 P.M. until after midnight.
Many favorable comments we re received about the Prom and everyone
who attended seemed to have a wonderful time.
On the last day of school, athletic "A's" were awarded to students for
their participation in sports and several Junior boys and girls received
After our summer vacation, which was too short for many, we re-
turned to Arundel for our last and Qwe hopej most pleasant year. Some
of our classmates of the past year were gone, but there were new faces
to take their place. We were determined to have an even better senior
class than that of the Class of '51, Again we had to select officers to lead
the class. On October 26 we had a class meeting and chose Dennis Judy
as class President, Charles O'Hara, Vice-President, James Martin,
Secretary, and Helen Wrzesinski, Treasurer. Also we chose acommittee
to select a play which the Seniors could present near the end of the school
Another important event was getting the Yearbook Staff organized
and starting the subscription campaign. In December we voted on an-
nouncement cards for graduation. Soon after the Christmas holidays,
we Seniors ordered our announcements and name cards and those who
had not received class rings in their Junior year bought them. Even
though it was only January there was much talk of that all -important time
Again, in January the Booster Club's Basketball Queen Contest was
held and Dale Renshaw, from homeroom lZA, was selected queen for the
Seniors. As in the past year, we sold candy at the basketball games to
meet expenses of the Seniors.
Our basketball team played very well that year and we are quite proud
of them. The Booster Club sponsored a dance on February 2.9 and since
it was Leap Year the girls had to invite the boys, which was difficult for
many of them.
Many Seniors participated in the All County Music Festival held in
May which was one of the last big events of the year.
We are looking forward to attending the Prom that the Juniors are
giving for us, but uppermost in the minds of all is, June 10, Graduation
Day. That will be a big week for all of us Seniors with Sermon to the
Graduates on Sunday and Graduation on Tuesday, plus all of our other
class activities we have been arranging.
I am sure we will all look back on our school days with pleasant mem-
ories in the years to come.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
To Whom It May Concern:
We, the Senior Class of 52, after twelve years Q or thirteen, in some
casesl of hard study, do hereby declare this our last will and testament.
Part I. The 1952 graduating class bequeaths the following in its entirety.
Article I. We, the Senior Class of 1952, leave our worldly experience
to the Juniors.
Article II. We, the Senior Class, leave to the silly sophomores some of
our sophistication, knowing they can certainly use it.
Article III. We, the Senior Class, leave our tactics in obtaining fame,
fun, and fortune to the Freshman.
Part 2. The following bequests are made by the individual seniors for
the benefit of next year's seniors.
I, Alice Ahmuty, leave my ability to do Chemistry problems to Larry
I, Betty Anne Allen, leave my crush on a sophomore boy to some future
senior who's just as nutty.
I, Jean Anderson, leave my job of filing absent slips in the office to Helen
I, Susan Birmingham, leave my flirtatious ways to Sylvia Tackett.
I, Donald Blackwell, leave my athletic ability to Lee Hamilton.
I, Sue Burkins, leave taking Don Blackwell with me.
I, Dorothy Chaney, leave my cell to other prisoners.
I, Maurice Coale, leave my ability to get by in school to Donald Judy.
I, Vent Cole, leave to the senior high teachers the book on "Ways to Be
I, Leonard Crawford, leave my bass voice to Bill Jones who can't sing
I, Shirley Danza, leave taking Charles O'Hara with me QI Hopel.
I, Doris Day, leave my job of student accompanist to anyone who wants it.
I, Donald D'Elia, leave my debauchery to Dave Harris and Jack Murphy.
I, Ida Jane Dickerson, leave my love for Phys. Ed. to Carolyn Davenport.
I, Estelle Donaldson, leave my Short Hand "speed" to Josephine Escagave.
I, Lewis Dove, leave my old cardboard box to next years editor and my
old clarinet reeds to Alberta Tawney.
I, Robert Downs, leave a certain Junior girl, Hands Off! !
I, Kenneth Fields, leave my white bucks and the saying "You know it"
to Donald Tankersly.
I, Richard Forney, leave all my book reports to future seniors.
I, Billy Gertz, leave my cruising speed of 90 miles an hour to Johnny
I, Eileen Gies, leave my ability to tell Shakespearean stories in English
class to Lois Pumphrey.
I, Elaine Griffith, leave Mrs. Wood's office work to be done by herself.
I, Sara Griffith, leave the school in general,
I, Connie Hessinger, leave my love for Chemistry class in Science room
I, Alice Hicks, leave the egg-whites I poured down the sink in Home Ec.
to any future senior who is madly in love.
I, Henry Hollingsworth, leave my 3 minute smokes to Mr. Bonnotte.
I, Harvey Ihrig, leave my title of "Cowboy" to Allan Sines.
I, Mildred Harris, leave my brain to Nancy Donaldson.
I, Larry Whitt, leave my school spirit to St. Petersburg High School.
Suvan Shine, leave a cake of soap and a towel to anyone who likes Q 'H
taking whole showers after Phys. Ed.
Lois Shipley, leave my artistic talent to Ana Eckman.
Graham Shoemaker, leave my daily walk of getting the mail to Russell
Tommy Sills, leave number 10 basketball uniform to Lee Hamilton.
Ernest Sines, leave my U,S, History notebook to my twin brother Allan.
Vera Slater, leave my fuschia flourescent jacket to anyone it will fit.
Marilynn Snyder, leave after just getting here.
Helene Sommer, leave my title of F,F.A. Sweetheart to some other
John Stewart, leave my school books to the school.
Arthur Stubbe, leave all my affection to all the women all over the place.
Sonny Tester, leave a new bottle of chlorox to Mrs. Simmons.
Betty June Thompson, leave my uniform to anyone who enjoys playing
as much as I do.
Thelma Thompson, leave my green shorts to Miss Tartar to wear next
year if they fit her.
Robert Ward. "leave" mv office of F.F.A. President.
Elizabeth Warne r, leave my memory work in Macbeth to Mildred Donald-
Ann Wassell, leave my one-arm shots to Janet DeForest.
Janey Wheat, leave Mr. Norton's shattered nerves to next year's Driver
James Whisman, leave my ability to understand English to Mahlon Care.
Sam Wolford, leave my chewing gurn duty to some poor soul who likes
Hglen Wrzesinski, leave my fancy name to Bill Jones who got off to
Frances Jones, leave my position as Literary Editor to Shirley Snyder.
Dennis Judy, leave my tardy slips to all the Juniors.
Jeanette Latvanas, leave my seat in the auditorium to Theresa Wolfe.
James Martin, leave my maroon corduroy jacket to the F,F.A, boys so
they won't have to wear their F.F.A. jackets all the time.
Peter McNamara, leave my athletic ability to Red Boehly who needs
it to make the varsity team next year.
Jane Miller, leave a carton of my favorite chewing gum to Miss Long.
Nancy Mooney, leave my literature book to Alice Mae Wilson.
Bernardine Nehring, leave my position of right wing on the Field Ball
team to anyone who can score goals.
Charles O'Hara, leave through a hole in the ceiling after discovering
a new explosive in Chemistry Class.
Shirley Olesen, leave my dangling earrings to Bernice Poole.
Daniel Phipps, leave my ability to drive a tractor-trailer to David
Billy Phipps, leave nothing I'm taking everything with me.
Peggy Pumphrey, leave my position of National Honor Society secretary
-to someone worthy of it.
Dale Renshaw, leave the problem of Junior and Senior Englishtoa
Junior who gets in the same mess.
John Rice, leave my old typewriter in typing class to my cousin Lois
Beverly Ringgold, leave my typewriter to someone who will make fewer
U.S. Census Bureau
Gambrills Branch Office
Recorders: I.M. Nosey and Lem E. Askum
June 10, 1962
After a brief ten year vacation, we started our first assignment. With
our pencils neatly sharpened and our pointed heads to match, we started
tracking down the sad remains of Arundel's 1953 graduating class.
As we walked to our car we saw a policeman placing a ticket on it.
As we went closer we saw that he was none other than "Billy Gertz."
Considering that we were old classmates he just gave us a warning.
We then hopped into our jet-propelled roadster and cruised off at a
slow 90 m,p.h. We made our first stop at WAHS T,V. station. We were
ushered into the office of "James Martin" by "Nancy Mooney," his secre-
tary. Marty told us that he had just been talking to "Helen Wrzesinski"
and she has her own show called "Dizzy Fingers." He also informed us
that his newest comedy show starred none other than "Danny Phipps" and
We left the station and since it was such a nice day we decided to walk
down Fifth Avenue. Suddenly, we saw someone with beautiful red hair
coming toward us and discovered it to be "Beverly Ringgold." Bev told us
she was now designing a new line of bathing suits called, "She Can't Get
Wet." Beverly told us that "Jeanette Latvanas" was now the-highest paid
model in the United States.
We continued walking down Fifth Avenue. As we were window shopping,
we noticed in a store a very well-dressed man trying on bow ties. We
walked inside and saw "Jackie Rice," Governor of Maryland. His Honor,
told us that Mr. and Mrs. "Charles O'Hara" Q"Shir1ey Danza"j visited him
the other day. Charles is now one of Maryland's Senators.
Outside a crowd gathered around a store window. Pushing through,
we saw a huge bed upon which slept, famous "Mattress Tester," a former
classmate known to us as "Sonny."
Yawning, we turned away and continued walking down the avenue. It
was beginning to rain. We stepped into a nearby doorway and discovered
it was the entrance to an exquisite dress shop. We were greeted by the
co-owners, "Peggy Pumphrey" and "Sally Griffith." These famous bach-
elor girls have their own penthouse apartment in the hotel on Fifth Avenue.
They told us their hotel, the Forney Plaza, was owned by "Richard
Forney" and "Janey Wheat" was now his secretary.
With this piece of information written in our census book we decided
to have lunch at the new Chinese Restaurnat. We discovered "Dona1d
D'Elia" was the owner. Seeing a sign "Eat at your own risk," we began
to wonder whether we were hungry or not.
After eating we went to pay the cashier and found she was "Alice
Ahmuty." She told us she was working her way through medical school
and "Lewis Dove" and "Peter McNamara" have just returned from Mars
in a space ship they designed themselves. The thing that amazed us most
was they were greeted by "Bobby Downs." They still don't know how he
We stepped out of the restaurant, and saw "Jane Miller" coming to-
ward us. Jane married a Navy man, and he is now in charge of the Naval
Academy. She also told us that "Alice Hicks" husband is a wheel at the
Academy. "Suvan Shine's" interests lie at West Point, since her husband
is now a five-star General.
Above the noise of the traffic we heard a crash. Rushing to the corner
we saw "Dennis Judy" and "Moe Coale" being untangled from what was left
of an Old's 88'. They are now in the hospital recovering from shock after
hitting a double-decker bus. In the same hospital is "James Whisman,"
also suffering from an unfortunate accident. He got his nose caught in
the latest model pencil sharpener. On the way to their ward we met "Ann
Wassell," head nurse on that floor. She stopped only long enough to tell
us that "Mildred Harris" and "Kenneth Fields" were on the hospital staff.
Since our pencils were now quite worn down we looked for a pencil
sharpener. Seeing a modern building we stepped inside to find ourselves
in the Travel Agency Bureau, where "Arthur Stubbe" was informing honey-
moon couples how to get lost. We noticed a sign in the window:
See the wrestling match of the year
Slugger "Sam Wolford"
"Anyone that will take him on"
The annual secretary's convention had just let out, and who should
we see but "Este1le Donaldson," "Dorothy Chaney," "Vera Slater," "Thelma
Thompson," "Elizabeth Warner" and "Shirley Olesen." They were arguing
with "Leonard Crawford" about the poor salaries of secretaries. Trying
to avoid the argument, we quickly darted into a building where there was
a meeting of the "Heart-broken Housewives of America." President,
"Bernardine Nehring" was beating her fists on the speaker's table, while
"Elaine Griffith" and "Susan Birmingham" were deciding which had been
married the longest. Over in the corner sat "Bi1ly Phipps,"who was the
subject for discus sion at the meeting.
Outside we were again attracted by a sign posted in a conspicuous
place. Printed in large letter we saw, "Take a trip on the New Sky Theatre.
The hostess of this revolutionary airplane is, "Eileen Gies" who now had
the lead in a play. "John Stewart," the pilot is her co-star.
We were defeated, financially, that is, and turning off Fifth Avenue we
met a group of school children racing from school. Behind them we saw
none other than "Betty Anne A1len" standing in the doorway. She explained
that this was the way each school day ended. She informed us the "Jean
Anderson" was teaching Macbeth to high school seniors, and "Susie
Sommer" and "Betty June Thompson" were the Phys.Ed. teachers at
Wishing to get away from our former "Home of Education" we bid
Betty Anne adieu and retreated back to Fifth Avenue. Seeing a newstand
nearby, we spent a few cents on a paper. Turning to pay for the paper
we saw "Vent Co1e" collecting money and stuffing it in both pockets.
Our attention was caught by the cover of one of the latest fashion mag-
azines, why of course, "Dale Renshaw." We found a place to sit down
and rest our weary feet, Qand brains?j. In the magazine, we saw a list of
the ten best dressed men and women in the U.S. and right near the top
were "Frances Jones" and "Graham Shoemaker." The background scenery
for the picture was designed by "Lois Shipley."
In the newspaper we saw that some of our classmates had been found
to be news worthy. "Bobby Ward, "Harvey Ihrig," and"Ernest Sines"
tied for first place in the Nation-Wide Tobacco judging contest. On the top
floor we saw "Henry Hollingsworth," Photography Editor of Life Magazine.
"Tommy Sil1s" has a daily column on the sports page in which he praises
"Larry Whitt," that famous ball player. We also saw a picture of "Doris
Day" who is now a concert pianist. Glancing away from the paper we
saw "Ida Jane Dickerson," a Wave, coming toward us. She gave a salute
and went on.
Thus we end our survey of the Class of '52 with a note about ourselves.
I, "Sue Burkins," shall sit on the sidelines and watch "Don Blackwell,"
my husband, play basketball. I, "Connie Hessinger," own my own ice
skating rink where I can skate until my heart's content.
And now the men in the white jackets are coming after us so we will
have to leave you and disappear behind the padded doors.
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M, Boyer D. Burns M. A. Burns M, E, Burns B A. Cardcr M. Care
B. Campbell R. Cheicis R, Clark J. Cole R. Cook C, Davenport
M, Day I. DeForest K. Dick R, Disney T, Dixon M. Donaldson N, Donaldson
P. Donaldson A. Eckman H. Elswick R, Engler J, Escavage F, Fields
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H. llollar R. Howard I. Hutchins B. Ihrig R, Jones D. Judy'
S, Kinder W. Luff D, Malone B, Mclntire W. MCKL-rcher R. Mcliercher
S, Merson D, Nehring N, Petitt C. Phelps R, Poole D, Prchal
D. PFCSIOII L, Pmnphrey S, Pumphrev G, Ray M, Reigle D, Reimsnyder
E, Robb L, Rodgers J, Scruggs J, Sermons H, Shepherd A. Sines L, Smith
L, Smith S, Snvder S. Tackett D, Tankersly A, Tawncv N, Tester
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A, Vogel L, Wade R, Waters J, Watson M, Weber N. Weber
G, Weeks C, White R, Whitehead H. Williams A. M, Wilson T, Wolfe
Where's your lunch McAuliffe?
FIRST ROW: M. Crouse, T.
Whitehouse, L. Davison, C.
Clark, D. Franklin, J. Gray, C.
Chaney, P.Dunivin, M. Jordan,
B. Todd, S. Knight. SECOND
ROW: B. Jones, V. Higgs, M.
Jones, S. Lang, N. Matchett,
B.O'Hara, H. Georg, D. Simp-
son, J. Skipper, S. Merriman,
I. Falkler, Mrs, C. Simmons.
THIRD ROW: R. Davis, E.
Delacerda,F. McLeaY- I. Mur-
phy, G. Kaifos, J. Woods, T.
McAuliffe, C. Dunn, T. Trip-
lett, I. Hayes, B, Williams.
ABSENT: I. Stup, F. Lane, H.
B, Gertz, M. Mitchell.
FIRST ROW: M. Redmiles, F.
Burgess, E. Austin, G. Cox, S.
Fink,J.Martin, B. Williams, R.
McHarney, B. Bennett, I. Red-
man, W. McDaniel, A. Trapp.
SECOND ROW: J. Dunn, D.
Malone,C.Conover, J. Santen,
J. McGarvey, A. Hickman, S.
Rice, Miss Walder. THIRD
ROW: F. Arnold, R. Boschert,
D.Ball, R. Drake, J. Kelbaugh,
R. Deahne, G. Shoemaker, E.
Engler, R. Boyer, L. McQuoid.
FIRST ROW: C. Milliken, B.
Kofsky, J. Justice, I. Wallace,
B. Bery, D, Akers, P. Miller,
R. Lueders, B. Cox, J. Holdy-
korn,S. Buckingham, B. Poole,
D.Hoenig. SECOND ROW: C.
Boswell, K. Wieland, D. Brook-
field, R, Hines, L. Thomas, K.
Purdam,R. Young, E. Sweeney,
I. Peters, B. Wolfe, K. Camp-
bell. THIRD ROW: D. Harris,
G. Chaney, A. Walker, H.
Bowie, R. Parsons, T. Boschert,
I. Chalfaut, W. Bushman, W.
Sann, C. Sjoding, D. Musick,
FIRST ROW: N. Pumphrey, B.
AIIen,M.BaiIey, S. Campbell,
I. Rodgers, N. Singleton, L.
Yokel, S. Sears, P. Pruett, C.
Kirby. SECOND ROW: D.Low-
man,R. Dawson, B. Donaldson,
P.Downs,B. Gregory, S. Weed
B. Baldwin, A. Bennanzar, T.
Smith,N.Luzier. THIRD ROW:
B.Iones,D.Jaworski, W. Baase
C.Denton,C. Booker, R. Dring,
I. Taylor, Mr. Rudy.
FIRST ROW: P. McGowen, M.
Scott, C. Carter, J, Martin, M.
Anderson, C. Shai, D, Watts,
C. Simonson, S. Eutsler, W.
Hurley, G. Constant. SECOND
ROW, J. Buckmaster, N. Mes-
ser, E.Carder, D. Beall, P. Sann,
D, Kraus, M, Englehaupt, E.
Griffith, E. Dunkerly, N. Botts,
Mr. Bonnotte. THIRD ROW:
B. Miller,J. Lawson, C. Tipton,
D. Hasler, R. Tackett, R. Dor-
sey, T. Gealta, I. Ryan, S,
Biggs, P. Paseralla.
FIRST ROW: J. Schaick, C.
ton, I. Crosby, L. Drake, D
Bird, M. Cook. J. Millard, M,
Heatherly. SECOND ROW: B.
Rice, M. Cooper, M. Cox, D.
Wilburn, A. Sulin, B. Godwin,
V. Moore, L. Kelbaugh, C.
Scott, P.Stanley. THIRD ROW:
C. Collins, T. Johnson, E,
Wrzesinski,A. Holmes, L. Rip-
ley,E.Reichard,G. Hood. AB-
SENT: Z. Porta.
FIRST ROW: P. Barker, N.
Whitehead, A. Reigle, C.
Reigle, C. Malecki, K. Bos-
chert, I. Nehring, V. Ingle, M.
Taylor, B. Whisman, M. Bran-
nan, L.Cole. SECOND ROW:
T.Franklin, D. Ihrig, B. Fields,
B. Birmingham, G, Sines, A,
Denton, E. Gott, S. Taylor, V.
Bailey, L. Donaldson, T. Hart-
ney, Mrs. N. Thumel. THIRD
ROW: J. Lowman, W. Thomp-
son,R,Crane, R. Scars, S. Lan-
ham, F. Wheat, L. Nichols, H.
Lowman,R. Kinder, R. Musick,
C,Sil1aman. ABSENT: I. Lif-
fler, A. Sufsczynski.
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First Row: B. Chaney, R. Grooms,
P. Meyers, M. Kostkowske, D,
Hicks, B. Lewin, A. Smith, M.
Milwicz, E. Warfield, M.
Parsons. Second Row: V. Lane-
hart, D. Jones, E. Zellner, J.
Cole, I. Gertz, B. Shortt, M, L
Leight, O. Merson, S. Spicer, W.
Wilt, L. Newberger. Third Row:
J. Dick, H. Martin, W. Grimes,
E. Zuknick, G. Sterling, C.
Phelps, R. Knight, F.Bell, E.
Willis, Mr. Dunagan.
First Row: B. Delacerda, R,
Denton, B. Lines, M. L. Knight,
K. Rawley, L.Smith, M, Downin,
L. Shortt, J, Fink, S. Bailey, M.
Franz, Second Row: Miss
Mitchell, A,Lanehart, L. Bladen,
P. Barker, J. Reese, J, Sines, R.
Good, A. Davis, J. Grimes, S,
Downing, E, Redmiles,S. Arnold.
Third Row: L, O'Dell, E, Ment-
zell, C, Purvis, W. Huffman, C,
Wines, R, Weed,S. Stephens, P.
Kinnison, R, Hensley, L, Bailey,
First Row: D. Brown, P. Malecki
M. Duvall, A, Gribbel, V, Hood
A. Breeden, B. Hedrick, V. Reed,
B. Bragg, W, Cash, I. Simpson,
D, Higgs. Second Row: B.
Kilpatrick, A, Justice, S. Todd
J. King, P. Euick, E. Morrey
S, Huntzinger, M, Warner, D:
Salyers, T. Rieve, R. Kaufman
Mrs, Martin, Third Row: F
Schmansky, G. Braun, H. Smith,
R, Taylor,R, Ingle,J. Choman-
etz, J. Randolph, R. Crawford
C, Cogley. Absent: B. Parrish:
First Row: E. Willis, S. Spark, P
Williams, M. J. Foster, N
Cousins, B. Buddenboh
Martin, L. Mollman, R, Miller
P. Snyder, P, Jackson, K, Eggerl
Second Row: M. McGowcn
A, Passarella, C, Simms, M:
Hensley, C. Lowman, L,
O'Malley, C. Hoke, V, Bragg
M. A. Bowie, D. Dimoia, Lf
Donaldson, F, Murphy, Mr.
Higgins, K. Honor. Third Row:
J. Williams, B, Jackson, ll.
Osborne, L. Clark, R. Boschert,
1. Kimmett, D, McVicker, A,
Maynard, J. Braun. Absent: J.
Eggerl, D, Delrick,
HO M EROO M 8 D
First Row: B. I. Martin, E.
Warfield, J. Burgess, B. llood
S, Metzler, S. Lowman, J. Gray
W, Golway, E, Randolph, A:
Greenley, E, R. Watson. Sec-
ond Row: F, Chewning, R, Saiia
G, Day, J. Leedy, P. Korback
M, L, Miskauic, K, Mooney, B,
Mueller, I. Hood, B. Wines.
Third Row: Mrs. Marshall, T.
Prchal, D, Worfel, B, Hahn, R,
Kelsey, J, White, L. Boswell, R,
Rodes, L, Kilpatrick, Absent:
M, llodgkius, R, Dawson, E,
McDermott, H , Gertz.
First Row: B. Weeks, L. Wagner,
B, Cronmiller, P, Allen, J, Lind,
F. Robb, L, White, M. A, Morris,
B. Campbell, B. Etheridge, M,
Alper. Second Row: Mr, Parlett,
W. Cash, A, Ash, B. Williams,
N, Cox, J, Lee, M, Corcoran, I,
Moreland, E, Zuknick, J, Ward,
Donald Phelps. Third Row: M.
Famin, H, Purdhaui, G, Davis,
D, Ahmuty, B, Lemasters, W,
Paddy, J, Fee, C, Cole, G,
Miller. Absent, B, Sentz, D.
First Row: S. Nixon, M, Ball, P,
Riesc, ll, Cronmiller, B. Dunnan,
S, Shackelford, I, Howell, J.
Duniviu, H, Foster, C, M,
Landon, L. Wolfe. Second Row:
L,Bird,I, Cole,R, Fox, O, Daff,
I. Lee, C. Danner, M, A,
Nowattnick, A, Pruett, M,
Norris, J, Kaifos, I. Thomas,
Third Row: D. Catnpbell, M.
Pyles, B. Meyer, M. King, B.
Mitchell, G, Spangler, M,
Wines, A. Kemp, J, Jones, R,
Watts, Teacher: Mr. Kennedy.
First Row: M. Wolfe, B. Crispell,
M, H, Rice, M, Denton, B.
Gritnes, V, Woods, B. McCul-
lough, N. Clark, N. Lauve, M.
Randolph, E. Albers, D. Merson,
A. Brannon, M. Crawford, M.
A. Chowanetz, Second Row: C.
Schindele, I. Lee, W, Wyatt,
M. Gregor, D. Hayes, E. Luff,
C. Jones, J. Bailey, W. Davis,
J, Cox, A. lloke, D. Boswell, W.
Hurley, T. Arnold, Third Row:
B. Pyles, T. Goss, W. Harris, T.
O'Keefe, D, Edwards, A, Kirby,
T, Bevlin, J. Gibbons, J. Duvall
F, Boschert, P, Moreland, ll,
Jackson, J. Weber, Teacher:
Miss B. Baruhart. Absent: J,
Quirk, B, Stone,
FIRST ROW: I. Dinsmore, N.
Turner, S. Walker, J. Gillette,
M. Free, B. Kneavel, D. Rice,
E. Berzins, M. Rogers. SECOND
ROW: M. Poletti, H. Warfield,
P.Kinder, S. Pedigo, I. Welch,
B. Denton, M. Cronmiller, M.
Gilbert,E. Kent,J. Durange, K.
Golway. THIRD ROW: I. Wilt,
A. McCormick, R. Reichard,
W.Godwin,I.Reigle, L. Vogel,
A.Davis,I. Watson, W. Curtin,
B. Cox, G. Smith. Teacher:
Mr. L. Zaengle. ABSENT: A.
land, B. Boyer, P. Lockner, A.
Petitt, N. Vassey.
FIRST ROW: M. Hagan, P.
Shoemaker, J. Fitzpatrick, A.
Boswell, D. Bolles, H. Fowler,
Z. Pyles, L. Cox, B. Music, T.
Durner,T. Stansbury,G. Bailey,
D. Jones. SECOND ROW: D.
Iarboe, C. Cline, F. Metzler,
I. Tayman, W. Stevens, L.
Landon,D. Workman, C. Ston-
er, S. Walker, L. Franklin, B.
Gregory,B.Brown, Mrs. R. For-
ney. THIRD ROW: I. Cox, C.
Turner,J. Tackett, E. Gerstner,
E. Hood, A. Perkins, L. Purper,
R.Hahn,K. Campbell, D. Dor-
sey,T.Cunningham, B. Morris
C. Smith. ABSENT: L. Kirby,
I. Collins, R. McDaniel, R.
FIRST ROW: B. Smoot, A.
Knight,M, Martin, S. Cole, D.'
Crosby, M. Peddicord, D. Mil-
ler, S. Clayton, L. Howard, C.
Ford, P, Alton, J. Davis, R.
Wagner. SECOND ROW: L.
Suter, C. Snyder, P. Kelbaugh,
R. Sann, S.Cottrill, M. Chaney,
P. Wooden, A. Good, C. Jones,
E. Campbell, G. Lee, K. Tay-
lor, Mr. F. Graham. THIRD
ROW: D. Dew, E. Morris, C.
Chaney, D. Nixon, W. Smith,
D,Taylor,C. Hood, P. Merson,
E. Knight, L. Corcoran. AB-
SENT: F. Connor, R. Hensley,
F. Lind, E. Redman, I. Keyton.
FIRST ROW: C.Sann,C. Clay-
ton, I. Smith, A. Busbee, L.
Howard, V. Foster, E. Hopkins,
M. Robbins, K. Messer, M.
Barker,N. Weeks, B. Jordan, B.
Chiecis, I. Crouse. SECOND
ROW: M. Norfolk, E. Donald-
son,D. Daff, W. Helm, R. Bur-
ke, S. Little, C. DeVan, R.
Johnson,C. Wellford, R. Spang-
ler, A. Greene, F. Hopkins, B.
Redman. Teacher: Mr, Wil-
liams. THIRD ROW: E.Cor-
coran, B. Foster, S. Mensch, R.
Clark, W. Stone, W. Hatch, I.
Albers, H. McGolderick, D.
Anthony, G. Smith, I. Stone,
M. Bragg. ABSENT: N. Par-
rish, M. Kerrick, D. Winters.
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First Row: Alice Wilson, Shirley Snyder, Graham Shoemaker, Frances Jones, Counselor: Mr.
KHJPP. Second Row: Lavertie Cox, Ellen Luff, Patricia Myers, Joe Day, Larry Donaldson,Shirley
Kinder, Betty Campbell, Kitty Campbell, Natalie Gukanovich, Diana Maxwell, Carol Koscielmck,
Kay Rawlings, Helen Wrzesinski, Beverly Ringgold, Nancy Snyder, Sue Walker, Third Row:
Donald Tanltersley, Arthur Bennanzer, Raymond Watts, Tomtny Gealta, Harold Shepherd. Fourth
Row: Donald Dew, Francis Murphy, Charles Wellford, Gerald Day. Absent: Douglas Sallyers
Lorraine Drake, Pat Myers, Jack Murphy, Richard Preston.
First Row: Margaret Martin, Marlene Free, Alice Ahmuty, Shirley Snyder, Lois Pumphrey, Pearl
Donaldson, Janet DeForest, Dorothy Higgs, Agnes Vogel. Second Row: Barbara Gregory, Pat
Allen, Cynthia Sann, Betty Jane Todd, Cynthia Clayton, Zelda Pyles, Dorothy Crouse, Loretta
Shorit, Thelma Thompson, Betty Ann Chiesis, llelene Sommer, Joanne Hicks, Nancy Petit,
Theresa Stansbnry,Rosalie Miller, Libby Kelbaugh, Phyllis Snyder, Barbara Hollar, Dolores Burns,
Marie Weber, Mildred Taylor, Katherine Boschert, Doris Lee Merson, Third Row: Lillie Thomas,
Mary Lee Lieght, Betty Campbell,Faith llopltins, jackie Crouse, Betty Jordan, Judy Gillette.
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FIRST ROW: Sonny Tester,Danny Phipps, Harold Shepherd, Bobby Ward, Helene Sommer, Bobby Downs, Billy
Phipps, John Abend. SECOND ROW: David Nehring, Frank Fields, Mr. Jubb, Dick Preston, Lawrence Taylor.
At the end of school in 1950, we the boys of Arundel F.F.A. were busy moving into the new high school. This
is what we had been looking forward to for a long time. After spending many long hours and days hauling equip-
ment and setting up the shop, school finally opened.
The first big job was to set up the shop in the best way possible. Although this was not permanent we started
our second big job. This was to build the foundation for the quonset huts which had been given to us by the Board
of Education. We were very thankful to them for giving the huts to us. The weather became too cold for us to
work outside so we returned to the shop.
Every year we have raised a batch of baby chicks. This takes a bit of work on everyone's part, but each boy
does his share. When the chickens have been raised successfully, they are killed for the annual Father and Son
Banquet. Some of the chickens are saved and sold.
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When the first signs of spring came, the grounds were cleared. The
boys started working hard at their crops. The crops which were ripening
near the end of school were taken care of by the Chapter members during
When school started again in the fall, the tools were picked up and put
to work again. The crops were harvested and some were taken to the Marl-
boro Fair. This was a success and many came home with honors. The
boys were very proud of their entries and enjoyedthe competition they found
In November our own fair was held. The fair went over fairly well but
next year we hope to make it much better.
Again this year we are raising chickens and when spring comes we
will start planting. We hope to be as successful in the doming years as
we have been in the past.
First Row L McQuo1d L Dove A Bennanzer J Ryon D Malone D DElia D Watts Sec
ond Row P Williams R Preston K Honor D Debrick L Smith S Sears A Howard J
Eggtrl M Day L Donaldson N Botts Third Row J Hutchins L Clark R, Adams C Tipton
F Murphy T Gealta J Braun A Maynard D Jaworski N Luzier J Watson Fourth Row J
Williams N Snyder P Snyder J Kimmett C Simmonson F Fields Leader Mr D Higgins
Absent A Tawney S Spark R llake
First Row: Fay Burgess, Lou Juan Davison, Lois Wade, Sharon Lang, Virginia Higgs, Marion Jones,
Doris Day, Lois Pumphrey, Naomi Tester, Janet DeForest, Alice Mae Wilson, Carolyn Conover.
St-cond Row: Tommy Dixon, Ronnie Davis, Jimmy Scruggs, Fred McLeay, Gordon Ray, Donald
D'Elia, Larry Whitt, Kenneth Fields, Leonard Bevlin, Robert Bryer, Ronnie Mcliercher, Third
Row: Mrs, Martin, Billy Mcliercher, Helen Georg, Helen Wrzesinski, Mildred Harris, Darlene
Prchal, Jack Stewart, Russel Engler, Bill Jones, George Shoemaker, James Whisman, Henry
Hollingsworth, Elaine Dawson, Mary Reiglc, Jeanette Latvanas, Jane Grey, Glenna Cox, Sandra
FIRST ROW: James Martin,Larry Smith,Jack Kelbaugh,Jack Murphy,Sue Burkins, Tommy Sills Helene Sommer
Connie Hessinger, Betty Jane Todd, Trudy Whitehouse. SECOND ROW: Bernardine Nehring,lv1ary Ann Crouse:
Betty June Thompson,The1ma Thompson,Nancy Matchett,Charlotte Clark. ABSENT: Spencer Rice, Rudy Sagan,
Betty Cox, Charlotte Chaney, Phyllis Dunivin.
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-W FIRST ROW: Marion Jones, Virginia Higgs, Sharon Lang, Jane Grey, Phyllis Dunni-
' van, Mary Ruth Jordon, Betty Cox, Sandra Giles, Ruth Coak, Viola Boyd, Bernice
Poole,Rosie Hines, Eileen Gies. SECOND ROW: Betty Kofsky, Irene Wallace, Tru-
. dy Whitehouse, Carole Conover, Katherine Purdham, Dolores Burns, Elaine Dawson,
, Nancy Mooney, Mildred Harris, Doris Day, Marilyn Snyder. THIRD ROW: Larry
Smith, John Stewart, Tommy McAuliffe, Franz Boehly, Peter McNamara, Graham
Shoemaker. ABSENT: Naomi Tester, Thomas Triplett, Spencer Rice, Glenna Cox,
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TABLE 42: Celene Boswell, Kathryn Wieland, Dawn Brookfield, Peggy Pumphrey,
Mrs. Marshall, Sara Griffith, Pat Kealy. TABLE 4144: Margaret Redmiles, Gordon
Ray Jeanette Latvanas, Isabel DeForest, Beatrice Betz, Rose Marie Young, Betty
Wolfe. ABSENT: Richard Dehne, George Shoemaker, Hilda Elswick, Donald Judy,
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FIRST ROW: Pat Passarella, Lois Pumphrey, Shirley Snyder, Beverly Ringgold, Mr. Bonnotte, Lee Hamilton,
Frances Jones, Marion Jones, Alice Mae Wilson, Joanne Fitzpatrick, Marlene Free. SECOND ROW: Billy
Miller, Louis Suter, Lois Shipley, Norene Messer, Linda O'Mal1ey, Natalie Gukanovich, Avis Greenley,
Nancy Donaldson, Elizabeth Robb, Dorothy Wilburn, Lois Wade, Alice Howard, Daniel Winters, Carole
Conover, Alvlna Pruitt, Trudy Whitehouse, Nancy Snyder, Justin Williams. THIRD ROW: Jackie Rice,
Bobby Williams, Tommy Sills, Franz Boehly, Hugh Williams, Thomas McAuliffe, Joe Ryan. ABSENT:
FIRST ROW: Robert Whltehead,Jesse Hayes, Rudy Sagon, Sam Wolford, Barbara Bennett, Ronald Clark, Mike
Malone, Ezra DeLacerda, Kenneth Dick. SECOND ROW: Mahlon Care, Lester Rodgers, Jerry Harbaugh.
ABSENT: James Dunn, Ruth Mcl-Iarney, Leonard Crawford, Julia Justice.
THE HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
OFFERS A VARIED PROGRAM
Seniors Study Home Management
The Senior Girls' of 52 decided
theywould like to take a course in Home
Management to help them with their
problems in later life.
We found that we wouldn't stay in
one room for the whole year. Our first
course was in the cooking room, where
we planned and served a meal, cooked
breads, cakes, and pies, some success-
ful, some not. Then came 'a change of
scenery into the bright pink room for
a course in home and family relations,
entertaining, home nursing, and child
growth and development. It was moving
day again, and in the sewing room, we
learned to recognize and handle fabrics ,
and learned new and better ways of
sewing. We hope to round out our year
by having a Spring Fashion Show.
"We are looking forward to making
some man or mouse, a good wife."
Juniors Study Food Preservation
We began our school year with a
study of Food Preservation. Here we
made jellies, jams, and pickles. We
extended our knowledge of foods and
learned much about the digestive sys-
tem. We had laboratories on meat,
fish, and poultry.
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FIRST ROW: Mildred Donaldson, Irene Redman, Darlene Prchal, Dale
Renshaw. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Armstrong, Josephine Escavage, Shirley
Olesen, Ida Jane Dickerson. ABSENT: Marie Boyer,Doris Reimsnyder,
Anna Stonis, Theresa Wolfe.
What in the world would girls be doing with nails, cords, screw drivers, hammers, and oil cans? The girls are
learning to do odd jobs in everyday life, such as fixing electric irons, cleaning silverware, and stretching curtains
We also learned all about good grooming.
We ended the year in the sewing laboratory. We learned not only how to make a garment, but how to select a
pattern to fit your size and style.
We hope to be better homemakers when this course is ended.
Sophomores Study Home Canning
The first task that we undertook in the cooking field, was
canning, We prepared and canned peaches, tomatoes, peas,
and other vegetables. This is one of the few classes where our
"book learning" is put to actual work. Next on our menu of
study came a preview of good conduct, some pointers on dat-
ing,discussions of a child's social life, care of the sick, and a
close study of fabrics. Spring came and with it, sewing les-
sons for the girls. The school received a good idea of our
sewing abilities in the Spring Fashion Show.
FIRST ROW: George Chaney,James Falkner,Jack Kelbaugh, Bobby Williams,Earl Engler, Ronnie
Parsons. SECOND ROW: Gus Kaifos,Fred Arnold,Fred McLeay,Russell Engler, Bill Jones, Ronnie
McKercher. THIRD ROW: Richard Jones,Ronnie Davis,Billy McKercher,jimmy Scruggs,Tommy
Dixon, Lee Hamilton. ABSENT1 Richard Boyer,Doyle Musick,Dave l-Iarris,Albert Triplett, Vent
Cole, Allen Hickman, Jack Murphy.
FIRST ROW: Helene Sommer,Thelma Thompson,Betty June Thompson,Betty Lee Gertz, Nancy
Marchett. SECOND ROW: Lou Juan Davison, Charlotte Chaney, Shirley Knight, Pat Miller,
Betty O'Hara. THIRD ROW: Elaine Griffith, Ann Wassell, Susan Birmingham, Bernadine Neh-
ring. ABSENT: Dolores Franklin, Jane Sermons.
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FIRST ROW: Shirley Kinder,Naomi Tester, Agnes Vogel, Betty Campbell, Alice Mae Wilson, Betty
Ihrig.June Cole,Ana Eckman,Sylvia Tackett, Mrs. Tewell. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Renaudo, Beatrice
Betz, Alice Ahmuty, Jeanette Latvanas, Mrs. King, Mrs. Kutaiar, Mrs. Kemp, Miss Edith Lewis.
FIRST ROW: Kitty Campbell,Helen Georg, Margaret Keith, Ruth Poole, Mary Ann Crouse. SECOND
ROW: Doris Simpson, Ioan Peters, Esther Sweeney, John Woods, Natalie Gukanovich, Janet DeForest,
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FIRST ROW: Ray Disney, Charles Dunn, Tom Boschert, Richard Boschert, Leonard Bevlin, Larry Whitt,
Harry King. SECOND ROW: James Chalfant, Henry Hollingsworth, James Whisman, Jean Ahmuty,
Dennis Judy, Shirley Kinder, Donald Ball, Maurice Coale, Richard Cheicis.
FIRST ROW: Janet Skipper,Jean Holdgkom, Betty Williams, Anna Trapp, Diane Akers, Elizabeth Robb,
Eleanor Hamilton, Pearl Donaldson, Barbara Hollar, Mae Weber, Sylvia Tackett, Carolyn White, Sara
Pumphrey,Betty Jane Todd, Shirley Merson. SECOND ROW: Nancy Donaldson, Mary Mitchell, Gloria
Weeks. THIRD ROW: Doris Hoernig, Shirley Fink, Nancy Pettit, Mary Reigle. ABSENT: Betty Carder,
Billie Mclntire, Charlotte Clark.
What's all the noise in the lower
hall? Oh yes, it's Thursday, Jun-
ior High Club day. Let's look in
and see what each club is doing.
First, we stopped in Miss Mitchell' s
room and found in one corner a .Q
group reading books and maga-
zines , another group was dis-
cussing the good points of read-
ing and what constitutes a good
book. This is the "Reading Club".
In the Home Ec. Room under Miss Armstrong's guidance we found the
"Boy's Home Ec.Club". The boys told us they had discussed buying clothes
and that they are now making aprons and if they have time they are going
to make chef's hats. Then they are going to cook -- simple things.
The "Visual Education Club" with Mr. Michel's help and teaching is
learning how to splice and care for the films. They show pictures for
various teachers during school and also see some in their club period.
Miss Barnhart told us that the "Newspaper Club" distributes news-
papers in homeroom and brings in news from the homeroom for the paper.
They distribute and collect in the homeroom.
In Mrs. Marshall's room the "Plastic Club" which is made up of about
thirty Junior High students. They are making earrings, bird-pins, lan-
yards, bracelets, and some are learning different kinds of weaving with
plastic. At Christmas they made Christmas Tree Ornaments. They plan
to make flower corsages with liquid plastic.
In the gym Mrs. Orr's "Cheerleaders Club" were practicing some
cheers and the motions. They divide into groups and practice in that order.
They cheer at the Junior High games. There is about thirty-or thirty-five
in the club. This is their first year and we think they are doing fine.
Do I hear music? Yes! It's none other than the "Junior High Band"
directed by Mr. Higgins, practicing for their Parent-Teacher-Association
recital in May. There are twenty-two in the band and if the students suc-
cessfully complete one year they are eligible to join the advanced band
as regular members.
The "Glee Club" under Mrs.
Martin's direction is working on
Q how to sing together and learning
s- chiir three-part harmony. There are
one hundred and thirty-eight and
this is the first year that they have
had boys. There are twenty-two
boys . We hope next year there will
3 be an equal number of boys and
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In the cafeteria the "Dramatics
Club" was having a White Elephant
Sale to raise money for equipment
for the stage -- lights and scenery.
They expect to have a dance. They
discuss plays and acting procedure.
Mrs. Forney and Mrs. Thurnel's
"Dancing Club" are learning to
polka, waltz, two-step, and the
fox-trot. There are sixty-five
in the club and they also jitterbug
with different people.
Mr. Williams "Clean-Up Club"
takes care of the maintenances of
school property, ground, and build-
ing. They take care of the athletic field and the roads, and they generally
clean-up around the school.
The "Nature Club" along with Mr. Graham collects specimens of all
kinds of insects and small animals. ln class they have lectures and show
pictures of animals that students bring in. When it gets warmer they will
take field tours.
The "Checkers and Horshoes Club" does just what the name says.
Some members play checkers and others throw horseshoes.
Miss Collier's "Library Club" sorts material for the pamphlets file
and makes a collection of pictures and clippings for the file. They also
try to make a collection for the bulletin board displays and they alphabetize
and file catalog cards.
Golly, look at all the airplanes, it's Mr. Zaengles and Mr. Cfiffords
"Model Airplane Club". The Club consists of sixty members, three of
which are girls. The Club is divided into beginners and advanced. The
beginners are learning the basic requirments of a plane. They use these
specifications in building a glider. This glider has been designed by Mr.
Gifford and has proved very successful. The advanced club is studying
the gasoline engine and its relationship to the plane. There are a number
of gas models now under construction. Two have been completed success-
fully. Curtis Cline to date has been most successful with a Zelch powered
by Ohlsson 33. The club is very enthusiastically awaiting mild weather
to test the models now under construction.
These compile the various activities in the Junior High and thus ends
their Club Day.
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FIRST ROW: Billy McKercher, Jackie Rice, Vent Cole, James Martin, Earl Engler, Ronnie Davis. SEC-
OND ROW: Tommy Dixon, Danny Phipps, Ronnie McKercher, Franz Boehly, Spencer Rice, Billy Jones,
Bobby Williams. THIRD ROW: Fred McLeay, Dick Preston, Thomas McAuliffe, Graham Shoemaker,
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FIRST ROW: Tommy Dixon,Tommy Sills,Donald Blackwell, Earl Engler, Lee Hamilton. SECOND ROW:
Coach: Mr. Carrol, Bill Jones, Jimmy Scruggs, Ronald Parsons, Fred Mcl,eay, Ronnie Davis, Jackie Rice,
Manager: Mr. Dunigan. THIRD ROW: Graham Shoemaker, Franz Boehly, Tommy McAuliffe, Russell
Engler, Robert Pryer.
SENIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
First Row: Betty O'l-lara, Alice Howard, Lou Juan Davison, Betty June Thomp-
son, Sharon Lang, Virginia Higgs, Jane Grey, Glenna Cox. Second Row: Pearl
Donaldson,Sara Pumphrey,Marilyn Snyder, Shirley Merson, Pat Miller, Marion
Jones, Doris I-loernig. Coach: Miss Katherine Tarter. Third Row: Natalie
Gukanovich, Janet DeForest, Ruth McHarney, Jane Miller, Charlotte Chaney.
The Senior High Girls are very energetic and deeply interested
in sports. A huge crowd came out for the basketball team, and really
showed a lot of vigor.
A great part of the team is composed of tenth graders, and these
girls are really an asset to the team. Marion Jones, a forward on
the team is a tiny player, but brimming over with big plays. I am
sure that her next two years at Arundel will put us on the map as a
team that is hard to beat. Sara Pumphrey, an eleventh grader on the
team, is a south-paw but can really fill up the scoreboard with her
one-handed shots. She is a wonderful person and also possesses
all the qualities of an outstanding player. Betty June Thompson,
high scorer for the season is also an excellent player. She has
played Varsity Basketball for a number of years and has certainly
mastered the game.
Good sportsmanship is a trait that Coach Tarter wants all of
her players to possess. A failure is always followed by a sincere
determination to win the next game.
Even though they didn't win the championship, they showed out-
standing ability. We wish all the best of luck to the future teams of
Arundel High School. Come on Girls -- we know you can do it.
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First Row: Margaret Redmiles Betty Campbell Betty June Thompson Thelma Thompson Helene Som
mers June Cole Glenna Cox Sharon Lang. Second Row: Alice Ahmuty Bernadine Nehring Susan Birm
ingham Betty Williams Joyce Martin Alice Howard Jane Miller. Third Row: Virginia Higgs Marion
Jones Naomi Tester Lou Juan Davison.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' SPORTS
First Row: Francis Murphy, Milton McGowen, Billy Rice, Walter Basse, Charles
Collins, Wendell Thompson, Bobby Knight, Shirl Spicer. Coach: Mr. Meyer.
Second Row: Charles Booker, Louis Boswell, Arthur Bonnanzar, Harvey Martin,
Robert Kinder, Raymond Sears, Frankie Wheat, Billy Miller, Clarence Phelps.
Absent: Frank Bell, William Grimes.
First Row: Jerry Buchmaster, William Grimes, Clarence Phelps, Owen Merson,
James Dick. Coach: Mr. Meyer. Second Row: John Randolph, Shirl Spicer,
Frankie Wheat, Raymond Sears, Wendell Thompson, Robert Kinder. Third Row:
Richard Music,Harvey Lowman, Arthur Bonnanzar, Charles Barker , Billy Lemasters
Walter Basse, Harvey Martin.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS SPORTS
First Row: Jean Anderson, Dorothy Bird, Mara Belle Clark, Norene Messer
Joyce Martin, Connie Martin, Mildred Taylor. Second Row: Juanita Cole,
Beverly Benton, Wilma Hurley, Catherine Stevens, Joan Gertz, Millie Cox,
Jean Burgess,Kay Rawley,Lindel Smith. Third Row: Carolyn Carter, Marsha
l-leatherly, Pat McGowen, Ruth Grooms, Carolyn Kirby, Dorothy Wilburn,
Peggy Parsons, Ann Smith.
First Row: Ruth Grooms, Peggy Parsons, Mildred Taylor, Norene Messer,
Carolyn Carter, Mary Lee Leight. Second Row: Pat McGowen, Betty Lewin,
Peggy Downs, Judy Crosby, Dorothy Wilburn, Millie Cox, Connie Martin.
Third Row: Dorothy Bird,Jean Burgess,Joan Gertz,Katherine Stevens,Barbara
Gregory, Carolyn Kirby.
Clyde 8: Janey
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. Wheat
Phil 8: Cornelia
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. A. Jones
Mr. 8: Mrs. Guy R. Allen
Virginia Lee 8: Vernon
Mr. 8: Mrs. I. E. Shipley
Mr. 8: Mrs. L. Wrzesinski
Mr. 8: Mrs. Clyde Wynne
Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Wrzesinski
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Warner
Mr. 8: Mrs. James A. Tackett
Mr. 8: Mrs. Isaac Knisley
Alice 8: Hugh
Col. 8: Mrs. J. A. Hamilton
Col. W. S. Renshaw
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Wilson
Capt. 8: Mrs. James B. Foster
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Lee Williams
Shirl 8: Russ
Mrs. Esther Leffet
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. W. Day
Rev. 8: Mrs. Wm. Greynolds
Miss Alma Lee Chaney
Mr. 8: Mrs. Warren Ahmuty
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Ahmuty
Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin Kellaugh
Rev. 8: Mrs. H. Carroll Burkins
Waterbury Service Station
Mrs. Olwin Clark
Rev. Louis Foxwell
- Janet 8: Tootie
Miss Clara Westerman
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. Lumpkin
Mr. 8: Mrs. Roy Shipley
Mrs. Joseph Milwicz
Mr. James Bussey
Eva V. Smith
Mary Anne Crouse
Sgt. 8: Mrs. Elmer Sikes
Col. J. O. Woods
Col. 8: Mrs. G. F. Peer
Col. G. E. Leone
Mr. 8: Mrs. Grover Bussey
I. W. Hamilton
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Naylor
Mrs. Emma Boose
Firestone Tire Co.
Mrs. Jessie M. Rice
Dr. 8: Mrs. T. E. McGoury
Ida's Dress Shop
The Hitching Post
Mr. 8: Mrs. Sam Carder
Mr. 8: Mrs. Malcolm G. Moses
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert S. Boyd
W. O. 8: Mrs. George Sabato
Major 8: Mrs. Chester E. Whiting
Mr. 8: Mrs. Keith Rembold
Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Thompson
Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul W. Day 8: Son
Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Smith
Mrs. Maggie Phelps
Mr. 8: Mrs. C. H. Knight
Sgt. 8: Mrs. Isaac Thomas
H. M. Walters
Mr. 8: Mrs. J. L. Clayton
Mr. 8: Mrs. John Grimm
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. R. Malone
Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert L. Griffith
Mr. 8: Mrs. W. C. Wade
Betty Ann White
Miss Alice Ahmuty
Mr. 8: Mrs. Harvey
Janet 8: Alice
Mrs. Lillian Dirksen
Chaplin 8: Mrs. A. L. Simonson
Mr. 8: Mrs. Melvin Dunkerly
Mrs. Leslie Reimsnider
Ida Jane Dickerson
Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Ross Marshall
Miss Marie Biggs
Shirl 8: Phyllis
Lloyd W. Snawdeal
Mrs. Nelson Clark
Bobby 8: Charlotte
Robert S. Suter
L. R. Harman
Mr. 8: Mrs. M. Wrzesinski
H. D. Preston
Mr. 8: Mrs. T. Kenny
Mr. 8: Mrs. F. Twardowski
Mrs. T. Scott
The Mart-Glen Burnie
Sgt. 8: Mrs. A . F. Richards
F. F. Graham 8: Shirley Cole
Chas. H. Williams
Mrs. Nellie Davis
Mrs. Frances Drake
M!Sgt. 8: Mrs. James A. Pruett
R. M. Eggleston Co.
Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Hill
Pfc. Terry Skerritt
Co. 8: Mrs. Earl M. Shine
Bill 8: Pat
Mr. 8: Mrs. Bejamin Ravorvski
Mrs. Eleanor Dunn
Paul 8: Ev
Hugh 8: Justin Williams
Mrs. Mabel H. Parker
Mrs. Beverly Wood
Mr. Ellsworth Michel
Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Redmiles
Franny 8: Jimmy
Crain Laundry, Dry 8: Rug Cleaners
Ashby 8: Harrison
Mr. Stanley Wrzesinski
Miss Theresa Wrzesinski
Jean 8: Juanita
Walter 8: Anna
Mrs. M. K. Childers
Florence G. Taylor
Norman 8: Audrey
E. Roberta Goenner
Tom 8: Nance
Bejamin F. Chaney
H. M. Puentt
Mr. William Helm
Ronnie 8: Doris
James 8: Barbara
Mrs. Helen Beckman
Mr. 8: Mrs. Wade Dickerson
Lubrication Gas Oil
Minor repairs Radio service
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24 hour road service
Phone Night phone
Glen' Burnie 1703 Crain 559-J5
Three-mile Oak Annapolis, Maryland
Southern States Service
Attend our Farm Demonstration Meetings
Free Farm Picture Shows, Your Problems are Our Problems
So call on Us
Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizer - Farm Hardware - Paints - Roofing
For Fine Foods and Good Service
Odenton, Maryland A Odenton 6811
ODENTON DRIVE INN
A p l Road Odenton, Maryla d
The only Curb Service Place ln Odenfon
Come in to see us
Phone Laurel 77 - 78
MID CITY CHEVROLET SALES, INC
Direct Facfory Dealers
Ch olef Olds bil
Sales and Service
501 - 503 Washington Blvd. Laurel, Maryland
BROWN'S QUALITY BAKERY
Pies Cakes Pastries Compliments of
Baked Fresh Daily
SlDLE'S DEPARTMENT STORE
9 Central Ave. Glen Burnie, M0fYlGl'1d .
iopposite the Fire Housei Glen Bl-'rmer Ma"YlUnd
Glen Burnie 1165
"Shoes for the Entire Family"
Featuring Red Goose Shoes for Children
9 Balto-Annapolis Blvd.
Glen Burnie, Maryland
Phone Glen Bumie 1477
Glen Burnie 181 - 149
DOVELL AND WILLIAMS GARAGE
One stop service Care Saves Wear
217 - 223 Crain Highway N. E.
Glen Burnie 9, Maryland
RUPP ERT'S AMOCO
Route 301 Conway, Md.
W. H. MILLER AND SON
Meats Groceries Vegetables
Gambrills, Maryland Phone South Shore 2063
HOHMAN J. POIST
Maytag Washers Frigidaire
Emerson 8. R. C. A.
All Makes of Bottled Gas Stoves
Distributors of Bottled Gas
Telephone 309 360 Main Street
Annopol i s, Maryland
24 Hour Towing Service
on U.S. 301 Phone South Shore i801 4001
To The Graduatlng Class of 1952
Mr. 8. Mrs. Wm. Mantz Ringgold 8. Bev
115 Crain Highway N. E.
Glen Burnie, Maryland
POST EXCHANGE PHOTO SHOP
Home ofAdvertised Brands
Chisholm 8. 5th Street Phone: 2309 127 - 131 Main Street
Fort George G. Meade, Maryland Annapolis, Maryland Dial 3372
Lwndry and Cleaners
EAGLE'S STORES CO. INC.
54 to 51.00
Skating Every Nite 7:30 - 11:00 P.M.
Matinee Saturday and Sunday 2:00 - 5:00
Special Skating Parties
Try one of our Famous Bar-B-Q's
Call Annapolis 9628
HENRY I. DODGE
Groceries and Re
Herald Harbor, M yl d
ARUNDEL LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS
d d West Street
Save time, save money, and begin a
career earlier by attending STRAYER.
30 West Street Annapolis 2772 An ideal success formula is --Strayer
training plus Strayer Employment
Evidence that you are qualified: The
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The Class of 1952 ing'
Write for catalog or call m person for
iniormation, guidance, or registration.
of STRAYER COLLEGE
l3th and F Streets, N.W., Washington 5, D. C.
The Farmers National Bank
EDDIE LEONARD SPORTING GOODS COMPANY
169 Conduit Street
Outfitters to Arundel High School
ANNAPOLIS FURNITURE COMPANY
B dd' E"'Q"in9gO"'1' HOMR sruoio PHOTOGRAPHERS
Stoll? cgsrgjvenngcroslizges Annapolis Blvd. Glen Bumie, Maryland
Convenient Terms Arranged pl"lOI1e
112 West Street Annapolis 2140
100 Compromise Street Best Wishes
H A I. M I d NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
nnapo rs, ary an
Phone Annapolis 4640
Women's Wearing Apparel and Shoes
172 - 174 Main Street Annapolis, Maryland
POLAN'S Sd to S1.00 Store
Complimems of Glen Burnie Annapolis Laurel
Drugs The Store of Friendly Service
ARUNDEL AUTO SERVICE
Gas Accessories Oil
ARUNDEL SANDWICH SHOPPE
Hamburgers Bar-B-Q's Thick Shakes Hote
Crain 8- General Highways U.S. 301 8m I78
Phone South Shore 5692
FRED E. VOGES
Real Estate Insurance
221 Main Street
I Maryland Building
P ho ne 4477
SEVERN FARM'S MILK BAR
Crain Highway and New
Good Thick Milk Shakes
All Kinds of Sandwiches
.IOHNNIE'S ESSO STATION
LaFayette Ave. and West St.
COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.
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The Joyce Insurance Agency
The First Agent of
The Mutual Fire Insurance Company
Montgomery County, Maryland 8: Co.
Established 1848 FERGUSON TRACTORS 8 IMPLEMENTS
J. L. Gambrills, Maryland
The Home of Crain Highway
INTERNATIONAL FARM MACHINERY George J. Boschert
Trucks, Tractors, Parts and Service Sales 8' Service Soulh Shore 3024
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Tires
Ph e Bowie 3354 Mltchellville, Md.
RELIABLE CONTRACTING COMPANY, INC.
Road Building - Excavating
Equipment for Hire
South Shore 5160
T0 THE SENIOR CLASS OF '52
FROM THE "PANORAMA" STAFF
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HEIN BROS. INC
403 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. N.W.
Glen Burnie 8, Maryland
Retail Coal Fuel Oil Burner Service
Automatic Delivery in Degree Day Sysiem
Famous Reading Anfhrocife Cool
"When if's Red if's Reading"
Phone Glen Burnie 1200-'I-2-3-4
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Glen Burnie, Md.
Phone G.B.-1233 J. Ed Thompson, Prop.
Painting Decorating Paperhanging
JOHN T. ANDREWS and SON
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Gaithersburg 582 J3 Clarksburg, Maryland
MARBERT MOTORS INC.
261 West Street
Annapolis 2335 Annapolis, Md.
HOPPING FUNERAL HOME
l7O-172 West St.
Annapolis 3872 2596
SEALTEST ICE CREAM
Dial 2688 Annapolis, Md.
Southern Dairies, lnc.
THE HOPKINS FURNITURE C0.
One of the Largest Displays of Furniture,
Floor Covering and Bedding in Maryland
123-25-27 Main St.
THE ANNAPOLIS DAIRY PRODUCTS CO.
ANDREW KRAUSE CHEVROLET
24 hour towing service
Day 2650 Night 7144
Gas - Oil Lubrication Accessories
General Auto Repairing
BARROW'S SERVICE STATION
Annapolis Road, East of Bridge Oclenton, Maryland
Phone Odenton 3081 6771
HIGHWAY SUPPLY CORP.
Atlas Expansion Joint Assembly
Erectors and Distributors
Bethlehem Highway Guard Rail
Hamilton Elgin Bulova
Steiff Towle Gorham International Sterling
Watch and Jewelry Repair Shop On The Premises
Registered Jewelers American Gem Society
44 State Circle
"For the best Auto Seat Covers and
Rustproof Window Screening.
THE NATIONAL PLASTICS PRODUCTS COMPANY
Dr. A. Frank Sidle
Dr. P. R. Kroser
Phone Glen Burnie l5l
8 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd.
Glen Burnie 9, Maryland
WHITEHALL FARMS FROZEN FOOD SERVICE
G b lls, Maryland
DORR'S SERVICE STATION
DORR'S DRIVE IN
th Shore 5651 4212
232 M S
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Open 24 Hours Compliments of
Restaurant Bar Cafeteria
CHAMPION GENERAL STORE
COLEMANIS DRIVE IN, INC.
lacross from National Plastic Factoryl Jessup, Maryland
Soda Fountain H T T t P p
Phone Odenton 6821 5841 Grocerie M t
Diamonds Watches Silverware BERT SPRIGGS
Distributors for Omega Watches
Motor Sales, lnc.
STEARNS COLONIAL JEWELERS
47 Maryland Ave, Lincoln Mercury
Annapolis, Maryland Phone 6933
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing Annapolis, Maryland
For Every Gift Occasion
WALSH'S SERVICE STATION
Gifts of Distinction Dorsey and Ridge Road
82 Maryland Ave. Phone E""id9e 3364
Lubrication General Repair Compliments
Washing Wofk coRnoN's CLEANERS
CLAUDE'S BETHOLINE-SINCLAIR AND
SERWCE CITY STORE
Gas - Oil Accessories Tires - Tubes
Call Annapolis 387l for Road Service rgzlzolzzihlns 5.IETri:,l?,:::::
Claude J' Marslon Endicott Johnson Shoes
927 West St. Annapolis, Maryland
BARRON and HOBBS, REALTOR Self-Service Food Market
"For the Better Homes" Af YOUI' Service
Open Daily from 9 A.M. - l0:30 P.M.
Phone Glen Burniel88l 7 Central Ave.
Glen Burnie, Maryland Professional Bldg. Light Housekeeping Rooms
Phone Odenton 6751
THE HENRY B. MYERS co. A""'P"i,jZ',gj: C""P""Y
45-49 West St. 1714 West St. Soles Service
Dial 2655 Dial 81882 I75 wesf sffeef Telephone 6600
AUNGPOIISI MUVYIUMI Annapolis, Maryland
S 8 S BAR-B-0 HAHN's RESTAURANT
1803 West Street Annapolis, Maryland operated by
Phone 9858 John and Catherine Zangla
Werner C. Rieve
Gas and Oil
Phone Odenton 4212
THE PARSON'S COMPANY
220-222 Main Street
Phone 4566 Annapolis, Maryland
G ENERAL CONTRACTOR
J. J. Miller
ESSO SERVICE STATION
W. L. Gardiner 8. Son
Phone 216 W-2 Jessup, Maryland
Paints, Television, Hardware, B. F. Goodrich
ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY CO. INC.
Phone 9222 25-27 West Street
Hot Point Appliances, Tires, Batteries
ANNAPOLIS UTILITIES INC.
89 West Street
Annapolis, Maryland Phone 9244
JOSEPH D. LAZENBY
Insurance and Real Estate
215 Main Street Telephone 2684
"ln Annapolis Since 1880"
YEAGERH5 MUSIC STORE
3300 Eastem Ave. Baltimore, Maryland
Where you can Learn to Play any Instrument
you Desire by Renting it for 5.00 per month
SEVERN FOOD MARKET
Your Neighborhood General Store
Phone Crain 193-J-'I Sevem, Maryland
l'lElNS HARDWARE STORE
Glen Burnie, Maryland
Phone Glen Burnie 172
Dodge "Job Rated Trucks"
Glen Bumie, Maryland Phone 256
ACADEMY GARAGE, mc.
123-27 Washington Blvd. Laurel, Maryland
Phone Laurel 109
DORR 'S CORNER
MEREDITH ROANE CO. INC.
Lumber - Millwork - Builders Supplies
Phone 9287 - 9288 1712 West Street
Millersville, Maryland South Shore 5691 Annapolis
HALETHORPE MOTORS .
General Auto Repairing of
Phone Arbutus 1166
Men's and Boys' Fumishings
46-48-50 West Street Annapolis, Md
"The Store for the Lad and His Dad"
CHARLES A. WHITTLE
Phone Odenton 5131
South Shore 4121
Defense Highway and Davidsonville Road
Dodge iab rated Trucks wash Lubricanon
Dodge Passenger Cars Plymouth Passenger Cars ,
JONES INCORPORATED S
Soles Service 1799 West ST. Annapolis 9667
Z. Garner Jones 1833 West St.
Pres. Annapolis, Maryland Oil Accesso 'e
Branch Office Call 8. Delivery
201 Main St. Service Counesy of 'he
Cleaning Pressing Repairing WADE FAMILY
Phone 2292 Main Office 1801 West St.
Congratulations to the graduates of 1952
HUTZLER BROTHERS CO.
Baltimore 'I Maryland
I.. 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 NAtional i044
Toys Wheel Toys Bicycles
Auto Supplies Appliances Sporting Goods
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Home owned and operated by
Crain Highway Phone Glen Burnie 1770
Glen Burnie, Maryland
JESS RADIO 8. ELECTRIC Compliments of
Radio ond Television Appli qnce THE R. R. SMITH PHARMACY
soles ond Service Established 1899
Francis at Main si. Annapolis, Maryland 108 Mein si. Phone Annapolis 4301
COLUMBIA JEWELERS ROBERTSON RADIO
Opncui Dept Admiral Radio Television
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Eyes Examined Daily ervlce on G mu es
194 W S . Ph 4812
138 Main St. Annapolis, Morylancl Phone 3351 est I Anndpolisi MGYYIUMI one
Good Luck - "52,, Mutual Auto Insurance Co.
Muiual Fire Insurance Co.
Life Insurance Co.
Home Office Columbus, Ohio
Annapolis, Maryland FYGHCOS E- SPI-Iffief
Harmans, Maryland Phone Glen Burnie 7W-1
THE FARMERS SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT CO. ,
2024 WEST STREET ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND
PHONES: 6624 - 2920
INTERNATIONAL TRACTORS AND FARM EQUIPMENT
DISSTON SAWS REO MOWERS
WlLBURN'S SERVICE STATION
Your Sinclair Dealer
L. P. Musterman
Batteries Charged While You Wait "HAT SHOPH
Tires Batteries Tubes
'Good Year Phone Somh Shore 3025 'I97 Maln St. Annapolis, Maryland
RW' ESM" l"s"""'c' Slip Covers Draperies Upholstering
CHARLES F. LEE 8. CU. INC. ANNAPOLIS DECORATORS
Church Circle Phone 2461 Phone 3113
Annapolis, Maryland I64 West St. Annapolis, Maryland
DORR'S SERVICE STATION
DORR'S DRIVE IN ,
South Shore 5651 - 42'l2 Crownsville, Maryland
For Your Stationery and Gift Needs
185 Main sf. JENKINS, INC. Dial 2200
STRANGE 81 WHITE, INC. Outfitters ofthe Home
Headquarters for Young Men's Apparel N"'io"c'HY Advertised
Furniture and Appliances
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