Arundel High School - Panorama Yearbook (Gambrills, MD)

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f',G ARU DEL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL G MBRILLS, MD. PRESENTS Liv! :X , " Y , !"'4' , . 2 i 'aff K. vifmhi-N-gag M Q- A . - . Q Q jx .J Mr Aga 'A QR xx K li. K 'E '5 .Q xi N Q9-in Ja K Q . . K x 'K .ax X wfiig 11 - .f Xi M Sf fl -'SS W if 2, Ki' , 1 if 1 gk as if ' : ' .. X H . S .S 5 ,K , 51 A SN 5 ,X A + , A is S S Say Ak if ggi K. Ak K 4. . . ' S X. K K X A in QL , . V L S A Asn 4, 3 . N M . if A W Q1 Lk 5 i 1 S3 Q f 'MN X . if , S.: ws V Q ,min gaxwii Q - .E A :ft ' WS? X A S ikfggxqkkkkyftw M uk K Q ir ' 5 S. S 'S J ie Y .S .dy Fax 3 .K 1, ' 1 A . I if Q x K QQ if wigs? S S 3' . fl' in S if wiv S 0 Q K ' W P f S ini U' , t .MN V., K 5 E , V 1 - g t W . 1 v A DECADE DF PROGRESS A decade ago Arundel opened its doors. Year by year its students have accepted the conclu- sion that a high school education is an incen- tive, not the peak of their ambitions. Ten years from now, recalling our high school days, we may remember . . . classmates . . . teachers . . . the excitement of the games . . . or lust the desks we sat in. Whatever we remember, we know the spirit of "playing the game" extends beyond our school lite. As individuals, we know all of us will be called upon to enact our parts. Though we have not attended Arundel for the decade, yet, our years here will be a remembrance ot the Past. So, for each of us, the Panorama records in the following pages a portion ot our high school memories. l l A. Table of Contents Dedication . . 4 Faculty .......... . 5 Senior Division Page . . . 9 Senior Class Officers . . . . l0 Senior Superlatives . . . . 32 Underclassmen . . . . . 37 Features ..... . . . 67 Organizations and Activities . . . . . 75 Sports . ....... y . . . 91 Advertisements .... . . . lll Acknowledgements . . . . . . l27 lndex. .......... . . . 128 AT ARLI DEL SENICDR HIGH SCHOOL Volume X Margie Horner ........... Business Manager Lodema Hodges. . Assistant Business Manager Alex Sulin, Gayle Dodd ........ Co-Editors Audrey McDorman ....... Layout Editor Betsy Check, Sarah Moffett Literary Co-Editors wil g ,gl Y ww ,quit .itil-A X -A .,,.--Q, if N A, , W, ' X " it ' :jig jj 2 O sz, - o 'N' I X u if X i Ten years ago, Arundel High School made headlines . . . a new compre- hensive high school with 761 pupils and five grades. So, dedicated to the education of Anne Arundel County citizens, our school makes news today. The Panorama staff want to show their appreciation of the school pur- poses and so dedicate this annual record not only to the 949 students now here, but to all those who have received benefit from the Arundel program: To the decade of progress . . . 1950-1960. 59 N jr sy M .1 Ll? of K-1 N. We are fortunate to have seven teachers who have worked with a decade of Arundel students. The Panorama Staff salute their in- dustrious persistence! Row one, I. to r: Mrs. Mabel Parker, Miss Lois Long, and Miss Dorothy Sterner. Row two, I. to r: Mr. Ernest Knapp, Mr. Walter Carroll, and Mr. Charles Williams. Absent: Mrs. Martha Marshall. Here, foremost is the faculty. ln the decade that Arundel High School has existed no other group has meant so much to us all. Each faculty member has given of himself to Arundel students. When another decade has passed and high school days have begun to fade, the memory of our teachers will remain bright. With gratitude, we dedicate this portion of the Panorama to the Arundel faculty. ACU LTY Vice-Principal Arundel whole-heartedly welcomes Mr. Hayden Ellyson, our new Vice-Principal, who received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts from the University of West Virginia. His friendly smile and happy disposition make almost any sort of visit to the office pleasant. During an interview he commented, "ln the short time l have known you, I have acquired an admiration for your abilities. May the future be good to you." Principal As our principal, Mrs. Mabel Parker supervises the school day. She prepared for her position by attending the State Teachers College at Towson and received her Bachelor of Science and Masters in Education from the University of Maryland. Here at Arundel since the completion of the school in l949, she is well-known throughout the county for her efficient handling of administrative matters and her devoted conscientiousness has been beneficial to the development of the high school. ,itil , 4 X .M X A Q? Q A ,N " , ' ouifh f-'35 if w x fer ,. , as X t taxi Qi is X as X if 1 s X 5 iv xx NX 5 I . 5. Y X X S NOX SX 5 e si X A ,. Q. . N xx Q yu EN X, A XQQQ v Q S 1 QO- is . wx X i 1 xi X -gl I fa - s l.. el' si is 'ner' His , . , sg Rx .ve . .Q s ,, I W ,X . N sf' X 1 iv C D V . is ffm: C i g ., Mrs. Louise Amodei B. S. Physical Education Mr. Billy F. Avery B.A. P.O. D. Mr. George Bressler B.S. Shorthand 8. Typing Miss Katherine Brocchus B.S. English St Speech Miss Helen Cole B.A. English 81 Civics Mr. John Cox M.S. Instrumental Music Miss Katherine Dinkins A. B. English 8 Psychology Mr. James Dunagan B.S. Supervisor ot Instruction Miss Eloise Godfrey B.S.g M . A. U. S. History Mrs. Mary Ann Godfrey B.A. Spanish 8. French Mrs. Janette Klein B.S.M.g MA. Librarian Mr. Ernest 'Knapp B.S.j M. Ed. Guidance Counselor Mr. Holland Barton Ph. B. English Mr. Gene Bennett A. B. English 8. Civics Mr. Walter Broening A. B. History Mr. Walter Carroll B.S. Physical Education Mrs. Doris Crawford B. A. Business Math 8. Typing Mr. Harry Deming B.S.j M.A. Biology Mr. Gene Fales A. B. Math Mrs. Lucy Gale B.S. Home Economics Mr. Francis Johnson A. B. Industrial Arts Mr. Hugh H. Jones B.S.g M.A. Mrs. Jane Koran A. B. Chemistry 8. Science Mrs. Lois Loen 5.5. Physical Education We I ,. t..u df A 3 if a il- S' if -. , .. . . . f .f .9 aflgg it l l li N Miss Lois Long B.A.j M.A. Chemistry 8 Physics Mr. Craig Lundberg B.S. Music 8 Chorus Mrs. Mary S. McKee A. B., M.A. English 8 Civics Mr. Raymond Parsons A. B., M.A. English 8 Civics Mr. Joseph Steelman B. S. Algebra 8 Science Miss Dorothy Sterner B.S. Bookkeeping 8 Office Machines Mr. Donald Wertz B. A.g B. S.5 M. A. Mathematics Mr. Charles Williams B. S. Physical Education Absent: Miss Sarah Mayo B. S. French 8 History Mrs. Martha Morrill McDonough A.B.g A.M. English Mrs. Janice Sparhawk B. S. Home Economics Miss Patricia Ann Steele A. B. Algebra 8 Math IV Mr. Kenneth Stiner B.S. English, Civics 8 History Miss Katherine Tarter B. S. Guidance Counselor Mr. Floyd Zook B.S. Biology 8. Physical Science Miss Elizabeth Fotheringham B.S. English, History 8 Civics Mr. Thomas Hayes B.S. lndustrial Arts Mrs. Martha Marshall B.A. Art 8 K. 5-. Room 201 represents toil, tears, and torment to the generation of the next decade. lronically man struggles towards the future, yet is ever reminiscing. As seniors, we are especially conscious of this fact. Strong ties which we have formed are often difficult to break. We feel pride at the changes we have mode and can boast a reputation of ability and leadership. The class of '60 has done well in athletic, social, and academic undertakings. And in surveying four years of work, play, and friendship, we find that the spirit of Arundel has equipped us well for the future. CLASS OFFICERS -QE M , figsil Vice-President John Werner, Treasurer Glendora Vogel, Secretary Kathleen Glanville and President Eugene Willis gather to discuss plans for the class meeting s. CLASS COLORS Steel Blue and White CLASS FLOWER Muuntain Laurel 1 Ambition, Glory CLASS MOTTO "There's a time for some things, and a time for all things, a time for great things, and a time for small things." I0 FRANCES MARIA AKERS Gambrills-General: Nursing Club 1, 2. FREDERICK WILLIAM AMMERMAN Ft. Meade-Academic: Sr. Play Comm. 4, Cheyenne Mt. High, Colo: Basketball 'l,2,3i Student Council 'lg Prom Comm. 35 TYGCIC 37 Rifle Club 3. JUDITH ANN BAER Odenton-Commercial: Sr. Crafts 2, Panorama 4, Vis. Ed. 45 High Point High, Md: Cheer- leader l. CONSTANCE MARIE BARNES Kings Heights-Commercial: Alexis I. Dupont High: Cheerleader 'l,2. ' ' .Q - ,,,. L gil? HS' if X I sm -frkirii A I I ar. 5 JOSEPH HENRY BEATTY Severn-General: Study Club 1,25 Home Rm. Pres. I. PATRICIA ANN BECKMAN Severn-General: Heidelberg High, Ger: Chorus l,2,3i G.A.A. 'l,2,3. GLENN ALAN BEDFORD Odenton-Academic: Stagecraft Club 2. HARRY RIC BLACKSTEN Ft. Meade-Academic: Sr. Play 41 Radford High, Hawaii, Jr. Honor Soc. 'lg Class Pres. 25 Pub- licity 8. Social Chrm. 2,35 Regeants Club 2, Student Council Pres. 35 "Ram Page" Produc- tion Mgr. 3, Stage Club 3. l' CLYDE LESLIE BRUMFIELD Severn-General: Trock 2,3,45 Sr. Pla KENNETH EUGENE BURK Odenton-General. CATHERINE ROBERTA BURNS Millersville-Commercial: Reading Club I5 Dancing Club 25 Prom Comm. 3. SANDRA LEE BURT Ft. Meade-Academic: Student Council 2,35 Spe cial Chorus 25 Basketball Queen Court 2, Queen 35 Home Rm. Treas. 25 Prom Comm. 35 Booster Club 3,45 Sr. Play 8. Comm. 45 Verona High, Italy: Home Ec. Club V.P. I5 Cheerleader I' Class Sec. I5 Honor Princess I5 Student Council, I. GROVER LEONARD BUSSEY Severn-Academic: Sr. Play Stage Crew 45 Sr. Play 4 X COLLEEN VASSENI CARE 0 Severn-Commercial: Study Club I5 Art Club 2, .I.V. Field Hockey 25 J.V. Basketball 25 J V Softball 25 Prom Comm. 35 Maiorette 3,43 Sr Play 45 Sr. Privileges Comm. 45 Booster Club 4. THOMAS BRUCE CARPENTER Harmons-General: Stagecraft Club I,25 Prom 6, Comm. 35 Sr. Play Stage Crew 4. ,K 9, .Q DOLORES ELAINE CAREY -. t V. f V J Iig Odenton-Commercial. I2 sf is 6 'N' ii m s KERMIT ALLEN CONARD Severn-General: Track 1,2,3,45 Baseball 35 Basketball 4. ROBBIE DELENE CONNELLY Odenton--Academic: Fitzgerald High, 2: Beta Club 25 Jesters Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2. BARBARA ANN CONNERY Odenton-General: Sr. Play 45 Sr. Privileges Comm. 45 Booster Club 45 Yuma Union High, Ariz: Y-Teens 15 Homemakers Club Sec. 2. BONNIE JEANE COOK Odenton-Academic: Sr. Play 45 Shamrock 45 Hammond High, Va: Student Council 15 Home Rm. Pres. 25 Morning Watch 2,35 Class Pres. 35 Lit. Mag. Rep. 3. PEARL WINIFRED CARR Gambrills-General: Study Club 1,25 Maiorette 2,3, Capt. 45 Sr. Play 4. BETHEL ANN CHECK Ft. Meade-Academic: French Club 25 Student Council 25 Home Rm. V.P. 2, Treas. 45 Prom Comm. 35 Mag. Campaign 35 Panorama Co-Lit. Ed. 45 Stuttgart High, Ger: Ski Club 15 Pep Club 15 Newspaper 15 Student Council 1. HAROLD DAVID COALE ' Crownsville-General: Track 3,4. JUDITH ANN COLEBANK Odenton-Academic: Prom Comm. 35 Panorama Features Ed., Dance Chrm. 45 Sr. Privileges Comm. 45 Sr. Play Comm. 45 Quill 8. Scroll 45 Booster Club 45 Pep Club 45 Grafton High, W. Va5 Choir 1,25 Civics Club V. P. 15 Religious Club Sec. 1,25 Student Council 15 Home Rm. Treas. 1, Sec-Treas. 25 Y-Teens 25 Library Ass- 25 Ath- letic Ticket Comm. 2. .. - 1 T f 'i..,ff .sr ' r ' fifis . .. ' V-or f '11 Q--qv JOSEPH CHARLES DANKO Ft. Meade-Academic: French Club Pres. li Chorus 35 Sr. Privileges Comm. 4. CONSTANCE JANET DANZA Severn-Commercial: Art Club 1,25 Cheerleader 'l,3,45 Student Council 1,25 Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Play 4. CAROLE MAE DAVIS Hanover-Commercial: Booster Club 'l,2,3, Sec. 45 Cheerleading Club 'l5 Prom Comm. 3. EVA POWELL DERRICK SON Odenton-Academic: Int. Relations Club Sec. 25 Field Hockey 35 Prom Comm. 35 Panorama Or- ganizations Ed. 45 School Store 45 Sr. Play Comm. 45 Home Rm. Sec. 45 Quill 8. Scroll 45 Warwick High, Va: Field Hockey 'I5 Pep Club 'l5 S.C.A. Convention Rep. 15 "Plough" 'l5 Warwick Play- house 'l. l. ROSEMARY CATHE RINE CORCORAN Severn-General. JEANNIE DIANNE COX Gambrills-Commercial: Cheerleading Club 'li Nursing Club 25 Basketball Mgr. 4. JOHN JAMES CRONMILLER Annapolis Junction-General: F.T.A. 15 Sr. Crafts 2. SANDRA CAROLYN CYPHERS Hormans-Academic: Nursing Club 25 Maiorette 2,35 Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Play 4. HELEN LOUISE DE ROSSETT Hanover-Commercial: Booster Club l,2,3i Shamrock 2. HAROLD N. DEVILBISS Odenfon-Academic: Stagecroft Club lj Study Club 'lp Home Rm. Treas. 2, Pres. 45 Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Play Comm. 8. Stage Crew 4: Panorama Ass. Lay-Out Ed. 4. ALFRED HOWARD DONALDSON Severn-General: Study Club 'l,2. BETTY JEAN DOOL EY Severn-General: Shamrock 2. E Q' 5. I h N 5 ' ,: W 5, , .- qw. f Q l lj ii Q X' x X rf! YS 9. ae' .we ANNE Cl'lRlSTlNE DORR Herald Harbor-Commercial: Student Council 'I JAMES HOWARD DOWDY Ff.Meade-Academic: Frankfurt High, Ger Chess Club 3. CAROLE ANN DOWNING Hanover-Commercial: Booster Club 'l,2, Sec. 3, Pres. 45 Shamrock 2i Prom. Comm. 3. DOROTHY MAE DOWNS Gambrills-General: Cheerleading Club 'lg Sr. Crafts 2: Prom.Comm. 3. PETER SCOTT DURNELL Odenton-Academic: Panorama 45 Stuttgart High, Ger: Photography Club 'l5 Art Club 25 Newspaper Club 35 Football 35 Prom Comm. 3. ROBERT KENNETH EDENFIELD Laurel-General: Study Club 1,25 Home Rm. V.P. 15 Shamrock 25 Prom Comm. 3. ANNA MARIE EGGERL Jessup-Commercial: Glee Club 15 Home Rm. Treas. l, Sec. 2,45 Athletic Council Sec. l, Pres. 2,3,45 Special Chorus 25 Student Council 2, V.P. 35 Class Sec. 25 Prom Comm. 35 An- nouncements Comm. 45 Panorama 4. ELEANOR JEANETTE ELBIN Severn-Commercial5 Prom Comm. 35 Panorama 45 Athletic Council 4. 'HN' , ' 4117 YW? BlLLlE LEE EVANS V 1 Sevem-Commercial: Booster Club 'I,2,3,45 2 ,H ' Prom Comm. 3. in rz l A lig CAROL ANN EVANS Q W .q ,bl Severn-Academic: speech a. Drama-tics Club 1, Volleyball 'I5 Sr. Crafts 25 Shamrock 2. LINDA MARIE FOLK 5 1 Y Odenton-General: Glee Club 'l5 Nursing Club 2. W yiy t RUSH DEE FRl'rcH V Ft. Meade-General. -f',.':lfff tq , si. . A All i't 5 la iiflfg 51 Areas 5 . I 129' X Tieie :"' 1E.!2 f 4 Wlf Q-'f"7f" .exit ,. I6 v-rv" BONNIE LEE GLENN Severn-Academic: Glee Club 1, J.V. Basketball l,2,33 J.V. Volleyball 1,25 J.V. Field Hockey 2, 3, Var. 4, French Club Pres. 2, N.H.S. 3, Sec. 45 Prom Comm. 3, Shamrock Rep. 35 Panorama Photography Ed. 4, Sr. Play Comm. 4. LARRY R. GOODWIN Ft. Meade-Academic: Quill 8. Scroll 3, V.P. 4, Baseball 3,45 Basketball 3,41 Golf 3,45 Student Council 3, Pres. 4, Panorama 3, Narimaso High, Japan: Dramatics Club 1,25 Pep Club 'I,2,3, Chess Club 1,25 Phi Kappa Club l,2,3,4, Base- ball 'I,2j Newspaper l,2. JOHN WILSON GOUTY Ft. Meade-General: Science Club 25 Sr. Band 2,3,4p Sr. Play 4. FRANK GOULD GRAZIANO Jessup-General: Stagecraft Club 1,25 Sr. Band 'l,2,3,4, Advanced Music Club 4, Sr. Play 4, Color, Motto 8. Flower Comm. 4. FAY ELIZABETH FURCHES Hanover-General: Shamrock Rep, 4. CARL BUSHEY GALLION Severn-Academic: Stagecraft 'Ip Boys' Of- ficiating Club 2, Home Rm. Pres. 2,3,43 Chorus 4. JOHN F. GANNON Fr. Meade-Academic! Science Club 'Ip Stage- craft Club 2, Baseball 3. KATHLEEN GL ANVILLE Hanover-General: Shamrock 2, Exchange Ed. 4, Student Council 21 Prom Comm. 3, Quill 8. Scroll 3, Sec. 4, Class Sec. 3,45 Sr. Play 4. if .Q . . . . R Z.. . H , ziq y C. r!i 'Qu MARY CALLIS HEADRIDGE Dorsey--Acade I fsmg Club 25 Sr. Play 4. mic! Dancing Club 'I' Nu ' MINNIE ELIZABETH HILBINGER Millersville-General: Glee Club 'Ig Library 'Ig Stud CI b ' y u 2, Chorus 2,3,45 Panorama Under- clussmen Ed. 4. LODEMA LOUISE HODGES Dorsey-Commercial: Library Club 'I Staff 2' Shamrock 2g Prom Comm. 35 N.I'I.S. 3,41,Panoroma 45 Sr. Play Comm. 4. THELMA JEAN HOFFA Dorsey-Academic: French Club 'Ii Home Ec. Rep. If Int. Relations Club 2' Field Hockey 2,3,4p Prom Comm. 35 Caps 81 Ciowns Comm. 41 Sr. Play Comm. 4. .ls W " . , 18 GUY EMERSON GUYTON Gambrills-General: St agecraft Clu Band 'I,2,3,4. MELVIN LEE HADUCH Ft. Meade-General: Home Rm. Pres. ball 'Ii Track 2,3, Capt. 4. ARL ENE CLARE HARDESTY Severn-Commercial: Study Club 2. DAWNE BETTIE HASTINGS Herald Harbor-Gene lr S ra tudy Club If Chorus 2. .. M. 'Q '46 ix of I b 1,21 Sr If Basket- Special it .-r If ANNA MAE HOFFMAN Ft. Meade-Commercial: Valley High, Ky: Dra- matics Club 1. NANCY MAE HOOD Odenton-Commercial! Glee Club 'lp Nursing Club 2. SHERRY ANN HOOD Odenton-General: Shamrock 3, Exchange Ed. 45 Speech Class Plays 37 Seton High, Md: Jr. Red Cross 1,25 Class Play 'li Children of Mary 'lg Athletic Ass. 1,25 Legion of Decency 2: Home Rm. Treas. 'l. JAMES EDWARD HOPPA Severn-Academic: Study Club 1,25 Sr. Band 'l,2,3,4g J. V. Soccer 1, Var. 2,3,4g Var. Track 2,3,4j Student Council 4. 'lil . sc wi 5 ,s., N A l f! 'Rx ,,,,, Q R , so veg. X-dnl ANNA MARGARET HORNER Harmans-Commercial: Library Club Pres. l N.H.S. 3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Class Treas.3: Panorama Bus. Mgr. 4: Sr. Play Comm. 4. PAMELA HUGHEY Gambrills-Commercial. KLAUS J. HURTIG Ft. Meade-General: Baseball 2,3,41 Soccer 3,41 Basketball King Rep. 3. MARY ANN JONES Ft. Meade-Commercial: Cheerleading Club li Home Rm. V.P. lg Study Club 2, Sr. Chorus 3,45 Prom Comm. 31 Mag. Campaign 45 Sr. Play Comm. 4. MAXWELL MORRISON KALLMAN Ft. Meade-Academic: Sr. Play Stage Crew 4, Austin High, Texas: Science Club 2, Triton Hi-Y 25 Forest Sherman High, Italy: Science 8. Teen Club Treas. 3. RILEY CAROL KEKAR Ferndale-Commercial: Student Council 'Ii Var. Basketball Mgr. 4. WILLIAM NESTOR KELLMAN Reece Heights-General: Marina Jr. High, Calif: Basketball 'Ig Petaluma High, Calif: Basketball 25 Home Rm. V.P. 25 Fayetteville High, N.C.: Basketball 3. ROSEMOND ANN K ENNEDY Ft. Meade-Commercial: Glen Burnie High, Md., N.H.S. .4-x 1- ia LAURENCE GAMBLE KIMMETT Odenton-Academic: Sr. Band l,2,3,4, Home Rm. Treas. 1,21 J.V. Soccer 'I, Var. 2,3, Capt. 45 Baseball 2,3,4i J.V. Basketball 2, Var. 3,4. ROSEMARI KRITZLER Ft. Meade-General: Montery High, Calif: Field Hockey 'I. JAMES WARREN LA BOUNTY Ft. Meade-Academic: Basketball 3,45 Soccer Mgr. 45 Heidelberg High, Ger: Class Pres. 'Ii Football 2. CORAZON CABRALES LAGMAY Ft. Meade-Academic: Glee Club If Int. Rela- tions Club 25 School Store 2,3,4i Prom Comm. 3, Home Rm. Sec. 35 Chorus I 4, Panorama Co- Sr. Ed. 4. JANET ELIZABETH MANDELL Ft. Meade-Academic: Basketball Time-Keeper 3, Prom Comm. 3, Panorama 3, Co-Sr. Ed., Dance 4: Quill 8. Scroll 3, Pres. 45 Home Rm. Pres- Treas. 3: Sr. Play Comm. 45 Sr. Privileges Comm. 45 Pep Club 4, Western High, D.C: Home Rm. V.P. 'l, Sec. 25 Make-Up Club V.P. 'lp Latin Club 2: Track Meet 2. DOUGLAS RAY MASSEY Odenton-General: Reading Club I. AUDREY LOUISE MCDORMAN Jesszp-Academic: French Club 1,25 Mag. Campaign 3: Prom Comm. 35 Panorama Lay-Out Ecl. 4. ALICE JEAN MILLER Odenton-General: Chorus lp Shamrock Rep. 'lp Nursing Club 2. Jwww g STEPHEN CHARLES LANGE Ft. Meade-Academic: Rich Township High, Ill J.V. Football 'I,2, Var. 37 Prom Comm. 3. HELEN CORNELIA LITTLE Ganbrills-Commercial. RALPH EUGENE LONG Gambrills-Academic: French Club 2. THERESA VIRGINIA LYNCH Odenton-General: Special Club Comm. If Stu- dent Council 1,25 Home Rm. Treas. I5 Special Chorus 25 Sr. Chorus 2,45 Softball 2, Home Rm. Sec. 4. ik ,vt -... .F Q... ,. PAUL LAWRENCE NOWOTTNICK Odenton-General: Booster Club 'l,2,3,4i Athletic Council 'l, V.P. 2,3,45 Basketball 'l,2, Mgr. 45 Soccer 'l,2,45 Baseball 3,41 Prom Comm. 3. LINDA DIANA PADDY Gambrills-General. FRANCIS JOHN PATTERSON Gambrills-Commercial: White Plains High, N.Y: Baseball 1,2,3p Basketball 'l,2,3i Bowling 3. BARBARA JEAN PELTON Ft. Meade-Academic: Kaiserslautern High, Ger: Freshmen Council 'lp Student Council 1,22 Sophomore Council 2, Newspaper 2. '!""'-'uv SARAH KATHRYN MOFFETT Ft. Meade-Academic: Quill 8- Scroll 3, Treas. 45 Chorus 35 Pmorama 3, Co-Lit. Ed. 4, Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Privileges Comm. 45 Booster Club 4, Junction City Hiuh, Kan: Kayettes 'l,25 Latin Club 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 "Say lt With Music" 1,25 Treble Clefs ii Cheerleader l,2i Operetta Ip A Coppola Choir 2. ROBERT THOMAS MORGAN Odenton-Academic: Airplane Club 'lg J.V. Basketball Mgr. 'lp Cheerleader 2, Study Club 25 Soccer 2,3,41 Prom Comm. 3: Home Rm. Pres. 3. ARTHUR DOUGLAS MUSICK Gambrills-General: Study Club 1,25 Baseball 'l,2,3,4i Basketball 'l,2,3,4i Soccer 'l,2,3,41 Home Rm. V.P. 4. VIOLA IRENE NELSON Odenton-Commercial: Cheerleading Club li Chorus 1,27 Mag. Campaign 1, Grade Mgr. 45 Special Chorus 3, Panorama 45 Sr. Play Comm. 4: Sr. Privileges Comm. 45 Panorama Rep. 4. YVONNE CELESTE PHELPS Severn-General. SAN FORD HOMER PIPER Millersville--Academic: Nature Club 'li N.H.S. 3,4. LAWRENCE NELSON POWELL Ft. Meade-General: Science Club 11 J.V. Basketball 'lj Dance Club 2. RAYMOND MACLANE PROUTT Gambrills-Academic: Sr. Band 'Ig Soccer 2,3, 45 Basketball 2,3,4j Baseball 1,2,3,4i Prom Conm. 33 Announcements Comm. 45 Home Rm. Pres. 4. S if 'X I ,M i , 1' 0 I . Q .. .gg YS, . A ,. , .WY , , . qgfk K ' I -.Q ' JM , F , .- LYNETTE JUSTINE RAINES Crownsville-Commercial: Dramatics Club 'I Int. Relations Club 25 J.V. Basketball 2. DORIS MARY REBSTOCK Severn-Commercial: Nursing Club Sec. 2 J V Basketball 2, Var. 45 J.V. Hockey 2,3, Var 4 Prom Comm. 3. CECIL W. REDMOND Jessup-Acadenic: Sr. Band 'l,2,3,4g Jr Hugh Point System 'Ii Stagecroft Club 25 Home Rm Pres. 2. DIANE KIRBY REDMOND Jessup-General? F.T.A. V.P. 25 Prom Comm 35 Mag. Campaign 4. WILLIAM GRADY REED Ft. Meade-General: Science Club 35 Laurel High, Md: Baseball 'I5 Football l. JANET MARION REESE Defense Highway-General: Nature Club 'I5 Science Club 25 Maiorette 4. VIRGINIA LEE RICE Millersville-General: Chorus l,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 F.T.A. 25 Field Hockey 3,45 Panorama 35 Softball 3,45 Color, Motto 81 Flower Comm. 4. CAROLYN ROSE Ft. Meade-General: Booster Club 45 Sr. Play 45 Karlsruhe High, Ger: Cheerleader I5 F.H.A. 25 G.A.A. 2,35 Jr. Red Cross 25 Annual 3. flies' 'Hume' A A ,- Q .WYE .1 1 I JOHN EDWARD ROSE Odenton-Commercial: Caps 8. Gowns Comm. 4 JOSEPH WILLIAM SACHS Millersville-Academic: Qladensburg High, Md Science Club 'I5 Shop Club 1. REBECCA RUTH SALMON Odenfon-Commercial: Gywnns Falls Park Jr High, Ma: Music Club 1, M0ke-up Club 1, of I 1 Western High, Md: Athletic Club 2. f BETTY Louise SAMPSELL q Jessup-Commercial: Home Rm. Treas. l, Shamrock 25 Sr. Play 3,4. 24 vw ,, 1-an WMA vp" l f-gf X 'PTS LOUISE ANNA SIMPSON Laurel-General: Prom Comm. l,35 Field Hockey 2,3,45 Shamrock 45 Caps 8. Gowns Comm. 4. JANICE M. SINES Harmans-Commercial: Glee Club 'I5 Nursing Club 25 Study Club 3. CAMERON E. SMITH Ft.Meade-Academic: Panorama 45 Laurel High, Md: Radio Club l5 Photo Club 2,3. HELEN VIRGINIA SMITH Gambrills-Commercial: Reading Club Pres. 'l5 School Store l,2,3,45 Sr. Chorus 25 Basketball 2,3,45 Softball 2,4. JANET MARY SCHATZ Severn-Commercial: Booster Club l,25 Student Council 25 Prom Comm. 35 School Store 3,45 Sr. Play Comm. 4. JUNE IRENE SCHINDELE Dorsey-Commercial! Dancing Club 'li Home Rm. Treas. l,25 lnt. Relations Club 25 School Store 25 Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Chorus Reporter 4. KENNETH AUGUST SCHWIEKER Ft. Meade-Academic! Roosevelt High, Hawaii: Radio Club V.P. I5 Science Club 25 R.O.T.C. 2. WINIFRED LEE SERMONS Severn-Academic: Glee Club I5 School Store l 2,3, Mgr. 45 F.T.A. 2, Treas. 45 Prom Comm. 3 Chorus 4. I in ROBERT HAYES STANSBURY Herald Harbor-General. CHARLES WILLARD STARR Ft. Meade-Academic: N.H.S. 45 Science Seminar 45 Sr. Band 45 Glen Burnie High, Md: Sr. Band 'l,2,35 Science 8. Engineering Club 2,35 N.H.S. 35 Science Seminar 35 Zoology Club 3. ROSALIE ESTELLE STERLING Herald Harbor-General. LORETTA MARIE STETZ Ft. Meade-Academic! Study Club 'I5 Volleyball I, Capt. 2,3,45 Science Club Sec-Treas. 25 Basketball 2,3,45 School Store 2,3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Field Hockey Mgr. 45 Home Rm. Pres. 4. ROY ANTHONY SMITH Severn-General: Track 3,4. SANDRA LYNN SMITH Crownsville-Academic: Reading Club 'I5 Stu- dent Council 'l,2,3, Sec. 45 Prom Comm. 1,35 French Club Sec. 25 Field Hockey 25 Mag. Campaign 2, Grade Mgr. 3,45 Social Studies Seminar 35 N.H.S. 3,45 Panorama Boys' Sports Ed. 45 Sr. Play Comm. 45 Color, Motto 8. Flower Comm. 4. DALE LEROY SNYDER Jessup--General! Student Council I5 Sr. Band 'l,2,3,45 Prom Comm. 3. ESTELLA MAE SPENCER Dorsey-Academic: French Club 'I5 Student Council 'I5 Home Rm. Pres. I, Sec. 25 School Store l,2,3,45 Volleyball 2,3,45 F.T.A. Sec. 25 N.H.S. 3, Torchbeorer 45 Prom Comm. 35 Panorama Court 35 Class V.P. 35 Field Hockey Mgr. 4. Q" lg EDDIE CAROL STONE Ft. Meade-Academic: N.H.S. 45 Student Council 45 Sr.PriviIeges Comm. 45 Heidelberg High, Ger: Cheerleader l,2, Co-Capt. 35 G.A.A. I5 Capt. 2,35 H.H.S. Choir I,2,35 N.H.S. 35 Student Council 35 Prom Comm. 35 Annual 35 S.C.A. Pres. Campaign Mgr. 35 I'l.S.S.P. Queen 35 Homecoming Queen Court 35 I959 Nat. Science Fair, 3rd Place 3. GYP SY STONE Herald Harbor-General: Tumbling Club I5 Home Rm. Treas. I5 Nursing Club Treas. 2. ANNIE ROSEMARIE STRAUSSER Glen Burnie-Commercial. EDITH MAE STRUBE Ft. Meade-Commercial: Sr. Play 45 Frankfurt High, Ger: Folk Dancing Club I5 Pep Club 25 Girls' Ensemble 2,35 G.A.A. 35 Jr. Red Cross 3. I. 5 I ' Q . QQ. fy 'Kitt ie 5 5 1 . A , A ii' ' X X NANCY LEE STULTZ Herald Harbor-Commercial: Tumbling Club 'li Nursing Club 25 School Store 2,3,45 J.V. Hockey 21 H0me Rm. Treas. 2,3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Play 4. VICTOR ALEXANDER SULIN Severn-Academic: Sfqggcyqff Club 1: -Ly. SOCCBY If Var. 22 SN-'dY CI'-lb 25 Cheerleader 2,35 Home Rm. Pres. 2,35 Class Treas. 2, Pres. 35 CGHCIY Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Color, Motto 8. Flower Comm. 45 Panorama Co-Fd. 4. JOHN SWARTZ Odenton-General: Service Club I5 J.V. Soccer I, Var. 2,3,45 J.V. Basketball 1,25 Boys' Of- ficiating Club 25 Baseball 2,3,45 Sr. Class Comm. 4. EDWARD EARL TAYLOR Gambrills-General: Stagecraft Club I,2. HILDA ANNE TAYLOR Severn-Academic! Glee Club 'I5 Mag. Campaign 1,45 Shamrock Rep. 'l5 Srudy Club 25 Volleyball 25 Home Rm. Sec. 25 School Store 3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Sr. Play Comm. 45 Chorus I 4. PATRICIA JOY TAYLOR Odenron-Commercial: Chorus 25 McMain Jr. High, La: Softball 'I5 Chorus I. L ARRY THOMAS THACK STON Odenron-Academic: Shamrock Photographer 2, Features Ed. 3, Co-Ed. 45 Student Council 25 Panorama 2, Phorog. Ed. 35 Quill 8- Scroll 3,45 Narimasu High, Japan: Chorus I. CHRISTINE GERTRUDE THOMAS Gambrills-Academic: Study Club I5 French Club 25 N.l'l.S. 3,45 F.T.A. 45 School Store 45 Library 45 Mag. Campaign 4. k X . Q I -34 f i 2 9' '13, yy, we ' 1 I ., MARY LYN THOMPSON Gambrills-Commercial: Chorus I5 Special Chorus 25 Mag. Campaign 45 Sr. Privileges Comm. 45 Sr. Play 4. DIXIE LEE THORNTON Fr. Meade-General: Cheerleader Capt. 45 Sr. Play 45 Home Rm. Sec-Treas. 45 Munich High, Ger: Cheerleader 1,25 Studenr Council 'I5 Pep Club 'I,25 Home Rm. Pres. 'l,25 Chorus 'I,25 Home- coming Princess 2. MICHAEL LLOYD THORNTON Fr. Meade-Academic: Basketball 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Soccer 45 Caps 81 Gowns Comm. 45 Munich High, Ger: Rhythm 8. Blues Club 'I5 Ger-Amer Club I5 Ski Club 25 Football 25 Basketball 25 Soccer 2. DONALD GEORGE TITUS Jessup-Commercial: Science Club 2. Q C I STKE excl 2.57 ww+f fQf or Q. - ag.. - f gg-fjji. 5 fi Law- .x T1 ,..:, . we E. f V1 3, , 'C 35 5,6 mi, YV" ,sf 5. .C VALERIE ANNA VON SIEN S QP'-'sb uw X f X is SEQ 'F' NN' . .1 . 5. I 'Q Fr. Meade-General: Glen Burnie High, Md: Choir 'l,2,35 Future Nurses Club 2. NANCY LEE WALKER Severn-Commercial: Study Club 'I Club 2. JANET MARIE WARFEL Severn- Commercial TURNER RONALD WATSON Benefield-General: Sr. Band 3,4. Nursing LINDA LOU TRUITT Jessup-Academic: Glee Club 'I5 School Store l, 2, Mgr. 35 Ass. Mgr. 45 Prom Comm. 1,35 Special Chorus 25 Choral Accompanist 2,3,45 N.H.S. 3, V.P.l. 45 Social Studies Seminar 35 Athletic Council 45 Mag. Campaign Grade Mgr. 4. BARBARA ANN TURNER Gambrills-General: Cheerleading Club l5 Prom Comm. I5 Study Club 2. WAYNE ROLAND VAN HASSEL Gambrills-General: Sfugecroft Club 'I5 Science Club 25 Shamrock 3, Sports Ed. 4. GLENDORA LUZIER VOGEL Severn-Commercial: Dancing Club 'li Home Rm. V.P. 'l,45 Pres. 35 Cheerleader l, Alternate 45 Prom Comm. 1,35 Booster Club 25 School Store 2,35 Class Treas. 45 Sr. Play 4. I 2,,,i. .1. + . l:'i xx. r 4 if K. 1' . Q, . t. Y' - -in WI ,Q 'CQ ' SANDRA JEAN WHITE Ft. Meade-Academic! Basketball 3 4' Softball Club V.P. 2 HARRY EARL WILLIAMS Severn-General: Baseball 'I5 Sr. Band 'I 2' Li JANICE ADELAIDE WATTS Severn-General: Dancing Club 'I5 Student Council I5 Study Club 25 Prom Comm. I. JOHN FRANK WERNER Severn-Academic: Prom Comm. 35 Class V.P. 45 Sr. Flay Comm. 4. BONNIE LOU WHEELER Odenton-Academic: Special Chorus 25 Student Council 2, Treas. 35 Field Hockey 2,3,45 Soft- ball 25 Volleyball 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 N.H.S. 3, Treas. I 45 Prom Comm. 35 Home Rm. V.P. 45 Mag. Campaign Grade Mgr. 45 Sr. Chorus Sec- Treas. 4. CHARLES JEAN WIGHTMAN Odenton-General: Sr. Band 2,3,45 F.T.A. Pres 25 From Comm. 35 Jacksonville High, N.C: Football I5 Sr. Bond 'I. uv" 3,45 Carlisle High, Penn: Cheerleader 'I5 Art brarian 3,45 Stagecraft Club 2. EUGENE WILLIS Ft. Meade-Academic: Baseball 3,45 N.H.S. 3, Pres. I 45 Panorama Sports Ed. 35 Prom Comm. Chrm. 35 Mag. Campaign 45 Class Pres. 45 West- minster High, Md: Sr. Band I5 Track 'I5 Basket- ball Mgy, 25 Prom Comm. 25 Student Council 2. JUDY ANNE WROBEL Odenton-General: Basketball 45 Field Hockey 45 Volleyball 45 Panorama Rep. 4. .l BARBARA HELEN WRZESINSKI Severn-Commercial: Glee Club 'li Basketball Queen 'Ip Home Rm. Pres. lp Sec. 25 School Store 2,3,4, Sr. Chorus 25 Prom Comm. 31 Color, Motto 8- Flower Comm. 4, Student Council A. CAROLE LEE ZUCK Dorsey-General: Dancing Club 'lg Field Hockey 2. it ABSENT: JAMES ROYE JOHN SASSER JAMES SCRIBNER BLANCHE SPENCER JOHN WOODWARD CANDID "Wee went too do Seenior pay," soy Janet Schatz and Larry Nowottnick. Beatniks Mike Thornton, Tom Harnicka, Fred Froehlich, Steve Lange, Larry Goodwin, and Fred Ammerman shag out with beat-chicks Rosie Oliveros, Mary Pelton, Sarah Moffett, Vicki Wheeler, Eddie Stone, and Ginger Gore. SENIOR TGP IO ,1-F s s. sz 3 if- X A 5 f li Q L 1'-'f :Y BEST ALL 'ROUND All hail, Kathy Glanville! Oh, Where! Oh, where is your taxi bound? Maybe our great Shakespearean actress is headed for The Globe Theater. Who's that whipping those poor slaves in Panorama period? That's Alex Sulin, the editor fAl1emll. Wl1at's his favorite slogan? "Beat Navy!" gi n Q ff ,X lllll , M i W lil V E ll x is Kra ll e 3, 32 MOST TAL ENT ED Plink, plunk, plonk . . . coins on the counter! Plank, plunk, plink . . . fingers on the keys! Music and money make Linda Truitt's eyes gleam! Um--pah-pah . . . Um-pah-pah . . . Tooot-Tooooootleeee . . . Hrrrrh-scareech!! Larry Kimmett's arrived! Beard's growin' . . . better watch Miss Long and her tweezers, boy! MOST ATHLETIC Where does Arundel's most athletic girl do her power- building exercise? Lonnie Stetz builds up strength by running to the dictionary in English. Who's slapping that back? Why, it's Ray Proutt! That blush matches his strawberry blond hair. Who is his pal? Buster Bean, of course! CLASS COMEDI ANS For what is Mary Ann .lones noted? A giggle like hers would make anyone famous! Did someone say that she had an affection for black '60 Ramblers with reclining seats? Where is Clyde Brumfield? Telling jokes, naturally. He says he's fond of people. Maybe that's why he's always chasing girls! 33 1 CLASS LOAF ERS Keep your voices down! Betty Dooley has an aversion to people yelling. CAnyone in particularfii Too bad, boys . . . she only likes men. Who's that in the size twelve shoes? lt's Klaus Hurtig, eating a ham and peanut butter sandwich. We've heard his favorite occupation is influencing weak-willed people. At it again, boy? BEST LOOKING Who is Dixie Thornton? Maybe she belongs to the Mickey Mouse Club. She says she's a good driver. Now, what does she like? Olive oil, suntan potions, and degenerating diets. Mmm! Here's a lu-lu from Honolulu. lt's that energetic Ric Blacksten. Of what is he dreaming? Meat for breakfast and Studebakersl ..-5 "MVK .mf few' MOST INTELLECTUAL Sandy Smith's gold bug is red with white walls. What does she adore? Late dates with middies . . . roads with- out speedlimits. . .and Edgar Allen Poe fever moreil Whois thatchewing a whole pack of gum? Sanford Piper, the only person who did any work at chemistry table 46. fMaybe that's why he ran out of ink last yearlj 34 BEST DR ESSED Red shoes,green shoes,brown shoes,gold shoes Diane Redmond's shoes! What's the lucky day For bestdressed seniors? Jackie and Diane say December 18. Have you seen a red 'n' black sweater slink out of 20'l? Uh-huh? Well, here's a tip: That's good ole Jackie Swartz. Macbeth, anyone? Whewl There he goes in a '58 Chevy! MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED ls that an alchemist with a pixie hair cut? Be careful, Eddie Stone, Frankenstein's scientific labors backfiredl Remember also . . . Arundel's proud ot youl "Cookies, anyone? Only N iii two cents." That's "Miser Willis" counting his pebbles. Have you hung up any signs lately, President? 35 av, T BIGGEST FLIRTS Woowie, woowie, woowiel Sandy White is near. What does she like? Boys and cars . . . cream cheese sandwiches and cut-off pony tails . . . that's all, or is it? That's Mike Thornton, the great scholar. tHe studies girlsli Does the good fairy help him with his homework and give him all his pretty sweaters? SENICR SNAP "And l want a weal tu-tu train!" says Joe Beatty to Santa. Maniac Snyder behind the wheel. Look out! If this is love, we like it! Bunny Wheeler and Larry Kimmett 36 'W' ,Y "Twinkle,twinkle little 'lm star, how l wish there iv' were o bar," Alex Sulin wistfully meditates. 1 Who says Pebble Willis believes in all work and no play? Certainly not Sandy Smith, Colleen Care, and Kathy Glenville. "Chl where, ohl where did my little crank go?" asks Fred Ammerman. Selling candy, one of the profit-making activities of the Juniors Are our Juniors proud! And they have a right to be. Organizing an efficient new form of government, a Commission is no easy job. Raising money to put on a successful prom is a serious responsibility . . . sell- ing candyafter school is a happy duty . . . collecting dues is a tedious chore . . . holding dances requires thoughtful planning . . . But, all was not in vain. Arundel boasts the Juniors accomplishments! JLI IORS ' Gfficers li. mv ei. R g--mgemk , W .M , Q . 8,47 -ali r Row one, I. to rr Barbara Chaney, Marika Hellstrom, Mary O'Malley, Charlotte Drake, Treasurer. Row two, l. fo Vicki Wheeler, Bert Wheeler, John Keenum, Spike Kneller, Lynn Gallion. B. Abend M. Amodei C. Andrews F. Arnold S. Atchison B. Baker P. Barney R. Barrows E. Bell 38 ,Inq I Q fi-B ' H. Berchem R. Biller J. Bingen W. Blake S. Blythe N. Bolton C R-.qw .Q X K X -r' . A Q .Q v K .X WX l j . if X x ' .Q F, .iw K J. Bolyord M. Boschert M. Broun C. Brown J. Brown M. Buchanan 5' 1 S S H32 A6 Q . R fy Q sg N... Buchanon Bunnell Cave Chamberlain Chaney Chappell 39 Class of '6I ' we-9 -we , f A- -Q J Clark Clark Clayton Collier Collier Cox , 1 , l 1 C ' Cox Cox Crawford Darne Darr Dougherly Class of '6l J H " lk,- XL. f . ' N 1 ,-'f' f , . ' . - ffl 4, I xx 6 '. Q is 'lf , , 4 Dodd Donnelly Dorr Dorr Drake Dunkerly Pi, A 'G' X fig? , ET ' -'7 L A 'viii' .. 6 ., yi, 1.5 J f 1 . Durner . Eagle Egger . Elknis Elliott Emerson 1 .W A "' Z.. 1- 5 ,S 9 . i -5' ' R. Davis M. DeHart D. Desclwcnel N. Dick S. Dinsmore B. Dixon ffm-A 40" , -5 v x ' ' 'af .QXI me A e,4,,.L 40 vm. - . MLM v. Englehuupt Esccvage Evans Fergus Fiske Foster 'V' Q-A' Fry Galbreoth Gcllion Gilbert Gilson Glover I 1- E S., rx Q 9' ls Godmon ' Goodroe 3:5 Q Gore . - 0 'ga Gordon ' 1 Grant E M X Griffith M, h A ' C Q in Grimes A no i A b D Harvey ' i as Q Hagan , M 1 7 H ' Hawkins X Q ? Q XX Headridge .- f Y? Hegef L. Q i X M. Hellstrom B. Helms -K". Q X R. Hesson 5 J L. Hicks ' Q5-5 C. Hobb D. Hoke K aa, x i.XMx : - - Q 'L ' b'. 6 by X .. Q 3, i K X -.,: LL A dk , K - .,.,' ' Z' w NNN 3 . ' qx in X N'- ii i ' if W ? -X is. o .sf L 1 gi ff' "f N x wk f 41 CI sf 5' V o Hood Hood Hood Howe Howland Huggins ass of 'GI X. P. Hurd T. Jackson M. Johenning C. Jones J. Kane S. Kane if Class of '6l ' fa 15' 4. .fda f F T8 A xi -fs.. Lf Q s K ai zenberger Keenum Kent Kirby Kirby Knazovich ,L 92" K 8 if sa . L , li. Knel ier Knot? Koskowsici Krascuski s Lange Lee RN 'F up-of Wx 'Wi Wa ' Lomba ' i Nw- Ludwig Mad zelan Marecki Martin Mayhew Maynor E . J. Ludwig ,L L V I NJ' R., f. McCreary McGowan Meade Mendoza Miller Miller Q f fi- x U J "' I, 2 , K 5 Ffa -Q ii Q' .. 'K A N M fi 'i i , 5 Miller Mills Mills Moclderno Morgan Morris K M ya Class of '6I Moses . Naffel Nicholas Nichols .Nolls Ogden 33" X K' E . X. xg . . M 5 R ss Q if Q' I Oiecla Oliveros Olivieo Olsen O'Malley Page J . . L mid' lsr' J. Parsons J. Phelps P. Polcorny l. Polunowski B. Price M. Procissi E Q. iw fs - 'W' , rw YW :hi qw I ix J Q ffwf- 4' l D. Proutt J. Prunty J ' M G. Pusloskie A P. Rawlings .f Q . -- A A E. Reclmiles f' B. Renolds J Q wi - kg.: L.., L. ...,.,... ,,,,f .K-KP .. s r J K 1 J ":, 4 3 Class of'6l v 1? M .gr Q. 2 l ein ' W A ,fl gX R D Scmpsell R Sanner B Scherr K Shifflett D Silver J. Smith C. Ritchie P. Robinson I R. Rogers X. - G. Roye S. Rumple 7 K B. Rutledge ' ff ix TEV, R W! S l A .55-S -- 1 A , W.. . Q X. X3 l 5 R. Spencer K. Taylor E. Triveft M. Tschudy W. Terrol H. Tyree M. Uplon fs- l K . ix, AX X l Q mx 3. 'GT-fi r ' - 1 A . . , 'R' Q S 2 X fa ,. x X . i R . f if ,iw ff X x NX Q w H M Strawhorn Stefler W' Sfroh 5 A A Sfroup sfubbef l Suter R. Smith T. Smith D xx' . D. Snider W. Sellers D. Spain 'S J! 44 W, I' , e"'f- - fx bk E 3. :ia in-f . J., . 34 in 4' " , x ian. V' l . H "Wir xl' Ti I 2 4 ' . ai f' wa- Q -R ps- 'Vx l ..- Q. K. .QL 5 S Nl.- 1 J. Van Aken K. Warnock C. Wassell Class of'6I V. Waters B. Wheeler V. Wheeler 45 White Whitehead Whitley Williams Wilson Wilt Wood Zoeller A. Hall JUNIOR PIX FW f'N 1' 1 f, K "We-um determined to iliiih , 'Wu . -' , ws.. 'K Mew. K A ,N Nw A V9.4 reach-um sky," say Mary Louise O'Malley, Carole L, V iff, Jones, Charlotte Drake, Q ' Y . A 1, A' ! " i-633151-5' and Gayle Dodd. :Q y Q 1,-b..f,.., it A-'f-:Q vfw- . .yr if fi 'Z' Ah s J . DP X af ogg' 5 1 r V . , K -wp fsfsi M if-1' g.1lr5w'1 6- -f a-'V' H ki.."+f'i"ff..f '9iEQ'f?Tt?,-.,ff. , "Life without one iust isn't," says Roberta Spen cer. "You got me, pal," smiles Wayne Smith triumphontly while Alfred Scott holds the rifle on him. kr ,gk And visions of sugar plums danced in his head. Robert Biller 46 "We-um determined to reach-um sky, too! say Frank McCreary, C. D. Hobbs, and Karen Page. "We all love our Bambi," say Mary Louise O'Malley, Charlotte Drake, Barbara Chaney, and Carole Jones. N X Science ll, tenth graders get their first taste of an advanced science Ten Times! Arundelites have been tenth graders. Ten times! Sophomores have collected dues and pondered new ways for raising funds for their next year's prom. They have even studied for their first final exams. Do we hear hurrahs at game time? Yes, we do, right from our sophomores! They cheer the green and white and we salute their spirit! SOPHGMORES Gfficers S! L. fo r: Marlene Elbin, Treas., Teddy Herrell, Pres., Pat Finclwam, Vice Pres. X . X Q. S. Ahlgren L. Akers D. Allen M. Anderson 'I lx as , K M 1. .! X EQ A all ,ia Arbogast . Ardis Q A sbury Bailey I f C. Birclwfield C. Bradford B. Brown P. Buchanan B. Buddenbohn R. Barnes B. Bartley H. Bedford E. Berclwem 48 K. Bolyard J. Boswell N. Boyd VZAL A .Lv- W lass of '62 ff' 'QU5 L , xx, Q. Xl Chclfcnt Chesgreen Childers Chiles Church Clark . J x ff? ls Cline Coale Coffery Connuster Conner Cox Q gf, if 49 DeLoach Denton Denton Denton Derrickson Desch cnel Class of '62 'J N xr, .M Xi f , is lr uf N fl X V I gl 1 J 'A' Nr, l ,,:, :V . I SE' J. Dickerson a C. Dicus lx W J. Dicus 'wg E. Drury if -F M. Eagan 4 F. Eason X X. W Elbin Erich Fincham Fiske Folk J. Fosler , v X: A lx I - S 7 w ' Cl Z 5. 1 l in as 'lk- Q' V 5 F , ,. V. ... , L. ,. - K , 'SL' N f J A 'E ' Q Q ..,.,,f" . V M Q K A ' L,3fl, . K , by Y , Z.. f v- . '- X - - . ' lfwao Y'N"1', 1 -Q. I , F., v J , '., A - X X' is JEEEE .nf fl' ' ' ,I s A- X., ., . Foster ' Foster 'f ' Francisco F W! Franklin . A Frome , 5, Gannon - Q .fgiw L1 A , 532-3.3, - .l1::'-1 ' "" J I f Haw -K ' lgssf-L. s. P. Genrner A. Gertz "' 6-H C W. Giles . J' R. Grim . "' L F. Haggerty Ez"1T' f I I5 5 , N H. Hallen J, Q " - P, Halls ' ,Q S- x 1 - fs, hw V. Harless Q- 'M L. Hemphill , T. Herrel P' Hill 1 ,L Q if 'M ..:, A wan . .,- . 4 ii , E. ff E X 50 Hoffo Hollister Hood Hood Hooker Hopkins 5 SLK fi. S. Hoven A. Ingram A. Irving F. Jorboe W. Jenkins L. Johns I . l f , :LT- 1 Hwii. as .gm ' , :,. i 4 fffim 'Z' ' R. Jones R. Jones 5. Joyer K, Koi ser K. Keenum G. Keller Class of '62 A. P. M J. S. R. Kent Kerr Keyton Kisser Kisser Lumm Large K. Lorman P. Lebelle . Lefrom J. Lenick P. Leon H3 'WI f 5 skwf N V 1 ' eh l sr Q ..., L as Q si, A E 1 iii.Z ' . - xs Qigi 4 A A 5 L x AQ ,I , ei A A A W' ' W- fi if of 'Nik YS- p7 A ' A V' :" f so , effer L , 31 1 : A Q Q I 51 Class of'62 A X A Qin , 1 P Q W . .l e , .. Q-gg., .,, ,v ' ' " ,gf , H :'g?i.'l-P. 'G' -7 Y - ' 4- L . X 4 . L. Liedman G. Liegler C . ' .. if-v ,f fe Y , Y f 1' . Logue A E P. Lomb z . H. Lum A an - gf? B. Lynch M L7 T. MacSorley My P. Magazin , 5 P. Manning in Al N G. Marlow A at AQ'g4X W. Marquess " M- . P. Mayer M A t,,,q , r Q . McDormcn Medley Merkel Meyers Michelle? Miller AA Miller W Y M i 1 lef ,Q K f- Mo afs J L 1 Q A gk Modderno E Q . M' X , S x A A Mooney y A , ,A maze: V K Morg an 'af 'I' J it ,,,. if Qty 'Q :it M - 'ff .W 'A ,A .jg , ,iff .12 E. Morris ': I '3 W. Mullen qx A -y at D. Mushrush la, I J. Nelson 'S Nc, ' 1 ,,'.V.' ' B. Nolen L A J. Nowakowskl atb 9.6 . t My M I ' if :. 5, ez, K 15: 3 l 6? X J 1 I ' a. A ' ' L I , 'f ' 1. f L. Ll 52 v' v""' XX swf- , X x.. li X 5 I I 2 .L W. O'Dell G. Orzechowski C, Powlilc M. Pelfon C. Perez P. Peierson Phillips Phipps Pleyo Poole Prichard Prifchen i f -- vp" M' Q X if df Class of'62 Q y il X fi wr Eg .QTY we .., :fi 1 J :gi I J , i,,L N ig : Q 5 .4 Sw, X , i N. Rice R. Ringler D. Ritchie R. Rix N. Robbins E. Robinson S. Proutt .:. R. Pryor L i t H. Pully 'L A1 S. Reedy ' was LN Q D. Reid .. ., T. Reigle l "' or ii P ...is If we R Ifx J A is P iiii e ' ' if K o i . P' J f -J : IL sk' XL -Q fikwxk , . 1 P ' , , Q 53 . Rodgers J. Rodgers J. Rolle S. Sadler . Sasser J. Scholl fm, if 2 ' 1 . fx mf Q. , as ii Q 5 Q lass of '62 E. Schindele J. Schwieker L. See M. Sermons R. Shahan J. Shanks 2 ' X L A Q. N Q .I V I Sw I l 11, ..'l f A Sl1iple Slater Smith Smith Smith Smith Y ! v S' Specht Spencer Spurlin Sterling Stevens Sfoever 1 3 l lx ,J 7 t2 e x Tackett Taylor Thomas Tillinghast Titus Tomasik 54 .l 1-I rx. Q Sr A., Q, 'Q 'v- f"' 7 I 35, If Tydings Wade Wagner Wagner Walkins Warner 1- ' Will, N I Class of '62 tl? J. Yarbough R. A. Ziehm J. Ward A. Whitehair M. Williams L. Wolfe J. Wassell G. Whitehead G. Wilson R. Wrobel P. Whiteford C. Wilkes A. Wilt R. Wyatt 55 fl' , 4, ogg Y. I V r if . gd, li J! , V- ri ,, " '13 ' ,fx 'f .a ,- l l t .,, .f r y f X ll fi rift Jfjf. lisll ln , Mfg l A W Km gt. L, f 1 Q, ,z l .A E X N25 ,.,.a ., Ill' f . I No hard work for slumber partying Arundelites. Carolyn Dicus, Mary Zomp, Marlene Elbin, Sandra Proutt, Dottie Ray, Wanda O'DeIl. SLAP HAPPY SOPHOMORES v "Oh, l'm so sl'1y," says Marlene Elbin. Carole Sue Logue, don't you know any better? Are you a member of Sam and Friends? Carole Ann Irving. 56 Arundelites relax and pose after a formal evening. Marlene Elbin, Carolyn Dicus, Sandra Proutt, Wanda O'Dell, Betty Thompson, Bob Rix, Jimmy Clayton, Sammy Dicus, Mike Hustead, Elmer McDarman. I I HT ii? A f F I' r- 3 f - ., ,, 3 5 . R K 5 if x if W. . ' 5' .- QE, . M Q hs. n A ,Q X My it Come wind, rain, snow or Panorama photographer, the ninth graders stick to the iob of answering those test questions. This, the last Freshman class of the decade marks the beginning of Arundel's second ten years of operation. Also, i960 is the birth of a new order . . . the Freshman class. Responsibilities as upperclassmen will be met through experience they gained this year . . . planning an exciting prom . . . conniving to collect class dues . . . holding class offices . . . participating in after school activities. Bon chance, Freshmen! FRE HME J, J r . . 4, f 9, . fi-,"'f.,,Y45,.,ff -"..f,f .jg -.IQ- n 'mfr Y. 4,,""'.. Q' K 4 mf inf' D. Qvgqijgf, fa, . f if-. fu' 0 w .3 iw iff' .V 1. fi? 1, -: r . 12, 5 'EJ . 1: , ,. 1, Q Q, 3.5. Officers 1 U lllll 'V . if 5 1' T ' I- l ggi. 1.3, li' A if :hifi-'Jai 3.313 5 W 3 y I i .2 in J . 6 5. X 71 tif f 4' ,I A. Abend B. Ahlgren C. Arbogast C. Argyle L. fo r: N an cy 3. Q I if Bon ar, Pres E Austin Bailey Bailey Barker I Charlie Reed, Vice Pres., Aline Rowland, Sec. E. Barr F. Beatiy B. Beckman E. Beckman -Q. X X S i Birchfield Black sion Bladen Blodgetf i Arnold Ascherl Ashursf Austin 58 Bolen Bolen Boltman Bonar Boone Bouch Boyd Bron son Brooks Brown Brumfield Burns Burris Bu sick Q' sl .x l Class of '63 L. Bu ssey C. Butler L. Campbell P. Cannon C. Carr J, Carr L. Carrol D. Chaney N. Chappell S. Christopher C. Clark M. Coale -.xx i ,X i . la. . ' is 'E in ' ifix P Kixifg Lihl i. X i 'j ,, xii Ex . lixx l Collins Connaster Conty Constant Cox Cox 8' R, 'U ' iff. QQ! A if in Q23 gill - Q3, fi My . Craft A Crawford -L . Crawford 4'-f. . Crawford . Creswell f . Cross 1 L P, Dain A J. Damatt V P. Daugherty Q or J. Davis B. Dawson l R. Dean ,. w-.355 f-xp -j, v L... . .wg 5' :ES-'Gia-1 'i'?51 X Q 1 .frail sf Q E rl l is 59 1 I . llsr I av rf' ,sk r wr 11 A. 21 A Denton Denton Dick Dixon Dooley Dorr Class of '63 . N in l. Hasen . ' F. Harman S ' Ld A. Harris . tj E. Hawetlworne ' - J. Hayes I l 'M V P. Helm , .' Greenway 2' Greer A- ' , S' Gregory Grimes M A " Grub K M' l j Hagen l 1 A Y J. Glanville V i K. V. Godwin , . A J. Goode G' i -3 5 0 A X J. Goodman l , .J F J. Greenwaldf Q ii I , Q j H. Greenway Q' X e J. Gag an 5 .,W,,i . M. Galbreath gg f wx xt, M. Geary l, Ag' C. Gentile S. Gefclwel ' 'F T .mb R. Gibbs 1 ' -gif T Forney I Foster M I A ' 1 9, I Foster gz, 33 Foster . F ' gal- M Foxwell I R L R i N S X X . N K . A Q X! X F all x I 1 U' Elliott X Ellion 0 Embleton lm Erbs N Fleetwood M Forney vw' P. Dorsey w. - A ' -- J F. Downing ,QM 6. 1 l ,va y cs 4 J. Doyle A Z' i A H W up I " Q' X 1 G. Dubiel ,Q 'A if - fs y X .1 1 gt' J. Eokin . .n N X X H. Elks ' - K Q, Q- Q, If my y 'lx F 7 if l 1 " f Q X A xx rl ,V 5- " ' X l' l i 60 J. Hemphill T. Hendershot F. Henderson E. Heninger J. He? zeI S. Hetzel X , X I I ""' N , I 'Q ' K2 4- NI Q, M L .M ,lf 1 N L Fee. ei? ' I zz . :A N 1. i.. my I -L'L . .qv '- Class of '63 Hodges Hoke Hood Hood Hood Hood Hooker Hoppo Horner Hubbard Huddy 5 1' mv E H unter fy "- Y Q: If I ' I N 1 I 1 Jone s Q K ai ser K ov ol i if K een ey K eI I m an K e I I y I 5 I oo r r oo I 1 I I s JI gf KA wig 'Q fx .ie u f, xii" l 5 1 M ' I X Q bin "V 1-vx 'S N ' ' 4-Q: 1223" X 111. - .N ' , T223 4 . LAJ . Klfk tj , - 'I Q Kruise LahdeIma Latham Lovin Lee Lee Class of '63 - as X , r Q f' :M 1 , Wil, S3512- K all we L. f??f5ff i' 'ff..'1 glial , LY Q 'V A ,HV , X r J 2, l J. Lenigh C. Len ard C. Lerch W. Lewis P, Lomberson W. Long .elf W l f , F- Mmm kb J , H . l 1 1 an Q I B. Mothen . , .Z flggf Lf AV . . C. Mullilgcn .. A .- ' M' MUYP Y l K, , JZ: f M. Murray I J . " ' H. Naf1el ,Q , xiii! ,- X sy., M' 3 -..,, fr ff' It s . L. Millican , "Will J. Milroy xg , C. Milton ,R - ., D. Mitchell R J. Moody ,L J. Moreland K X M K .K J. Menscl1 A. Merson 1 J. Mikey P 'Q ,A ,Millm C. Miller ,A ll ff f C, ., gk Q' 5. 'fri-:ff l Longo Lord Lowman Lueders Lum Lund Qi , If f R. Lynch B. MacDonald D. Macon P. Massey T. Massey J. Mme. y If W, Mc F erren I 1 McGregor .. P . Mcmhan ,rf ' "" ,X a M C C U ay 1 Af 'sal' McVick er J We - f A ' y Meade I .QA ll Q9 . . ali' f r , l D. McAr1l1ur k 1.5. 1 r..-' 7" 'J , , 1 - .gif .',,. , 'I Qi 'A K W j "' . ' lf 4 femfx , " ' I . A as ' if J f 1 as X . X L ' f E 2 K f ,. , I X " X ff " if L J v- ' 1 if s. .,. 1 5-J. 'li' 'Mi Qeififfkif, ' fi K " V: ' J """'f A - 1 ki f -Q 1a4es:3,s21": , , M -2. Y J' l . J .y V . 5 -Ll " A QW L7 - "5 s 'V f I I , ' QW N ., ll- -1 Y ' . 1149- We-. Q, 3. r . r ' . l 15.55535 Was: lf 'Y l 62 B. Ness T. Nicholas P. Nichols W. Nickles M. Nieves J. O'Connor - J. O'Dell Ll . Oliver C , il L D, Olivier I J. Ondrovik l is ff , lfx. l J. O'Neil J. Owens .1 of P we ' X A I lllnl A f 'Tlx 'x l s , 1 f Nl. Bs D lf .5 l a - l A ' ii E P , I lflkl 7 -a.. Wx, " W' F 5 . P 1' ' .. I x I ' vi s if .1 lo, li Parks Parson s Pease Phillips Pickcll Pilcher ssl-.kr X 1, E ... if e f Q 3 f Q. P Pillivonl Pollard Pollard Pressley Proud Pulin - 4' K Q N X l I ,l .X -Q XXX P l i 63 Q -- 2 E 4 Class of '63 .. gf- b s O -s. . X X K 'V N -X O Q X . 1 P 1 W K 'V if 1 ., l l' M ' 1:---X P r ee s . W 9' . nil - lillgilg .1. ' Q l W .Yf N i .li A K - G , w we . i 4... A . XRS I X .K.Q My , . is X sf. f Purdom . Radzwich ' .T Rowson . I Redmiles Reed , ' Reed Y Reynolds P. Ridenour X Q 2 any Ringler Il P, L. Roberts Q 1 xl Pobin son 'ff A I ' Rodgers S. Rountree 5 1, A. Rowland l 4. 7 N. Sorro L X f S. Sounders 5 X N. Scherr -i A 9 B. Schnelveli wt-'s Class of '63 52 1 A' J l T li x 3 xl' ,W 3 9. .eh K 4 'X Y E25 ,f, 7 I f G. Schultz C. See C. See S. Sharr P. Sheehan B. Shields .4' ' 'MMT VZ Q' 1. .. , J , Shifflen Shipley Siwak Silkoff Singleton Smith Q Smith Smith Smith Spencer Starr Stone M 1' S -sz Q, ,S Q ,X SN S , .,,, 7 wi fi- Towsend Trent Tricke Turner Turner Tyler Vedock Vincent Vollmenhausen Wagner Wagner U , it .. I Taylor Tedder Thompson Thompson Thompson Tompson M. Sullivan S A B. Swouger I l 6' ' L. Switzer 51 , N A. Taylor Q " ' .H ' 4 Pg B. Taylor ' Q 5 I I D. Taylor 3 l 3 X- A il if AJ' l 'x ZF' ' 1' 1 ' V "" I ' X ,uf . P it 5 S ,S Y . i M i 1 Z ' it it l 64 Q , Vg fi' .S 3 il J. l X 1 ik Waits Walcl'1 Waldrup Walker Wall Ward Watts Watts Wells Westover Wheeler Wl1itel'1 air X A - i A Wieland Wiel and Wightman Wilkins x wf JK .ff 'X 1 7 R X Q.. V its D. Williams R. Williams S. Williams P. Wilson - 5 ra 65 Woods Wraesin ski Wyatt Yarbough Class of '63 l'.g J. Yarbough U. Young D. Youse W. Zeigler Zickefoose Ziegler Zoeller Zylinski rf FRISKY FROSH Holdunghandsdoes something to me. lsdael Hmsen, Ronnie Erbe. Janice Hemphil is all ready for the leap year, but what abou? her friend? Bill Jenkins. Well, well, well, is this what we do at Home girls? Jcnice Hemphill Ginger Radawick. 66 55' R ri it .te-F 'K a W X ag, , 8... - Q fi fs X glgae- xxx .,.. J gif! ,,.. Be it composing for English or History, talleying figures for Math or memorizing formulae or phyla-all is homework, an important feature of Arundel student life. As time passes, changes occur . . . we gain and we lose, but some elements of our daily living remain the same . . . they must for they are of such interest and importance, for they persist throughout the years. So it is at Arundel . . . the excitement of the curtain rising on the Senior Play . . . the long anticipated crowning of the Panorama and Basketball Queens . . . the enchantment of the Junior-Senior Prom. As the years pass, these features remain in our school life as valued moments of the past, present and future. 67 MEMCRIES OF I9 9-I960 Frank Graziano and Jack Gouty liven up "Shrew" dress rehearsal with welcome horse-play. A nervous Barbara Wrzesinski pulls a question out of the question box held by Mr. Bressler. we I How best cm we remember the Junior-Senior Prom? By a picture, of course. Put Fincham, Lodema Hodges, Frank Graziano, Dale Snyder. Xi Stevie Ewalf, Basketball Queen, graciously accepts a bouquet of flowers--a token of her reign. V115 rw' ff i F151 Mr. Broening argues the qualities of a Panorama Cueen candidate while Mr. Ellyson stoically awaits the verdict. 68 "KISMET" LU RES JLINICRS AND SENICDRS The Junior-Senior Prom of 1959 was danced be- tween safaris to lndia's Tai Mahal and lran's tented sands. "Kismet"proved successful for the diligent Juniors. As the evening approached . . .the Juniors worked hard putting on the finishing touches of their yearly gist. ,J 'JST project and the Seniors awaited their big night . . . their last dance together. Rainbow gowns and impressive tuxedos, ornate refreshments and gay decorations, along with the excellent music of the "Dellonaires"--all filled the evening with lasting memories. -1 'g.. ? if .Nl , ' T eff lie Vi I5 "The camera man is here. l.et'sgrinl" Say Betsy Check and Bobby Morgan' The Dellonaires are playing to beat the bandl And what G band! Pemember? I 'r What's the matter, boys? The girls F. Derrickson, R. Proutt, R. McMahon, B. . - S X is S 2 51-wx-gg ei are smiling! Glenn, J. LoBounty, B. Wheeler, L. Kimmett, 69 ANORAMA QUEE ,Q .fil,:'lx Rm i if , , A. . W I 5 .wil 3+ in 3, 'NM O aw.. 1 N 7 I f Miss PANORAMA: sARAH MoF i' 1 70 AND HER COURT 7' :K Gi' ,. X I 'ff in - 'F' I IW IS -- QUEEN'S ESCORT: STEVE LANGE LADY-IN-WAITING: SANDRA BURT ESCORT: BOBBY MORGAN , A if-'f 5 A ,E qw, .K JUNIOR ATTENDANT: ROSIE OLIVEROS ESCORT: JAN BINGEN If 2 :L 4 '4I,.0- i - , "' - cu .. SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT: RHODA SLATER FRESHMAN ATTENDANT: CHRISTINE WHEELER ESCORT: RONALD GANNON ESCORT: LARRY SMITH 7 I 'HX AND HER TTENDAN S JUNIOR ATTENDANT: SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT: CHARLOTTE BUTLER 73 SENIOR ATTENDANT: CONNIE DANZA MARJORIE DARNE ---U Av-.rw-'Q -V--+-fe r lg lun SENIGR PLAY Xiao.- S S l.: A disdainfulKate stares as a domineer- A gathering of "boys" and girls be- ing Petruchio examines hor new gown. tween acts of "The Shrew" pose for a K. Glenville, B. Sampsell, D, Snyder, J, Panorama shutter-bug. Row one, I. to r: Gouty, E. Strube. D. Thornton, C. Rose, K. Glanville, E. Strube. Row two, I. to r: M. Headridge, G. Vogle, S. Cyphers, W. Carr, D. Red- mond. Row three, I. to r: C. Care, B. Sampsell. Directed by Mr. L. Holland Barton, "The Taming of the Shrew," Arundel's first Shakespearean production, made the grade. Betty Sampsell excellently portrayed the hot-tempered Kate. A switch in the Elizabethan stage practice, girls took boys' parts. And Kathy Glanville was a handsome Grumio, a proper foil to her master. Jack Gouty, the dashing soldier, Petruchio, swaggered and boasted across the stage. The cast worked hard to present the comedy and 'E'he Seniors were cheered when the "Shrew" was well received by a capacity audience. Baptiste ....... ......... C lyde Brumfield Katharina ........ . ............... Betty Sampsell Bianca .......... ....... M ary Lynn Thompson Petruchio ........ .................... J ohn Gouty Vincentio ........ ...... M ary Headridge Lucentio ...... ........ R ic Blacksten Hortensio ........ .......... D ale Snyder Gremio ............... ........... G rover Bussey Widow ..................... ....... B arbara Connery House Steward ..... ............. W innie Carr Tailor .............. ................ E di Strube Haberdasher ....... ....... D ixie Thornton Tranio ............. ....... F rank Graziano Biondello ....... ................. C arolyn Rose Grumio ......... ...... K athleen Glanville Nathaniel ........ .............. S andra Burt Gregory ........ ....... C olleen Care Adam ......... ........ N ancy S'l'Ul1'Z Lady Kate, how futile is that attemptl Peter ...................................................... Jeane Cook PetrUChi0 ivff laughs' J- GOUW. B- Sugarsop ...................................... Constance Danza Sampsell. Gentlewomen ...... Sandra Cyphers, Glendora Vogle 74 A A """ X I :L - f Representatives of our Organizations: Walter Blake, Treasurer of Booster Club, Janet Mandell, President of Quill and Scroll, Linda Truitt, Vice-President of the National Honor Society: and Nancy Scheer, Re- porter of the Student Council. S255 If Arundel is the hub of students' lives, then the organizations are the spokes supporting our extracurricular efforts. Each spoke has its duties and responsi- bilities. Duties mean elections of Student Council officers, queen of the basket- ball court, and queen of the yearbook. Responsibilities mean decorating for dances, selling cow bells, ribbons, boosters, subscriptions, and advertising club activities. The spokes have revolved with the decade, the clubs have changed personnel but their useful contribution to the high school goes on. ANCDRAMA EDITORIAL STAFF Row one, I. to r: A. Sulin, G. Dodd, B. Abend, S. Moffett, S. Smith, B. Check, M. Kallman. Row two, l. fo r: S. Huggins, N. Bollon, J. Mandell, C. Lagmay, B. Chaney, E. Derrickson, M. Murray, C. Smith, F. Ammerman. Row three, I. fo r: H. Devilbiss, Mrs. McDonough, P. Durnell, A. McDorman, D. Deschanel, E. Hilbinger, B. Glenn, J. dv Colebank, J. Sfruwhorn, J. Dow . FEATURES EDITOR ........,,., GIRLS' SPORTS EDITOR ..... BOYS' SPORTS EDITOR ..... FACULTY EDITOR ........... SENIOR CO-EDITORS ......... BUSINESS STAFF Row one, I. fo r: A. Eggerl, L. Hodges, M. Horner. Row two, I. ro rr E. Elbin, J. Baer, V. Nelson, Mr. Bressler. 76 LAY-OUT EDITOR .......,............ Audrey McDormon ORGANIZATIONS EDITOR .......... UNDERCLASSMEN EDITOR... CO-EDITORS ..................,. Gayle Dodd, Alex Sulin ASS'T. BUSINESS MANAGER ...... Lodema Hodges BUSINESS MANAGER .............,...... Mcriorie Horner ............... Befsy Check, Sarah Moffett Eva Derrickson - .--.-... Judi Colebank PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ................ Bonnie Glenn ......Barbaro Chaney ............Sc1ndy Smith Barbara Abend Cora Logmay, Janet Mandell Elizabeth Hilbinger The goal of the Panorama staff has been to create the yearbook. Since advertisements are essential to the Panorama, in July and August the business staff began selling ads. As no an- nual is interesting without pictures, in September and October the editorial staff, in cooperation with the Student Council, scheduled the Under- classmen and Senior pictures. While the literary staff was chewing pencils and composing copy, the business staff was pounding typewriters and soliciting more copy. Much credit should be given our advisors, Mrs. Martha McDonough and Mr. George Bressler for their guidance, suggestions, and assistance. Was it worth it? We think so. We hope our readers find their expectations fulfilled. E .i..,, 1 1: B u 5 3"'fT1"" Q - 4 .'mm'13'1f. S W 6 V1 Sarah, Eva, and Betsy are gleaning ideas from past an- nuals as Janet looks up from her copy. Sandy and Cora are won- dering if the picture will crop while Judy and Pete proofread copy. """""-N--....., 77 K Elizabeth and Cameron are preparing individual pic- tures as Audrey works on her lay-outs. gt.,'i., i 4.5. A Mrs. McDonough ponders over a copy which Barbara, Gayle, and Alex seem to think is very funny. S AM ROCK Row one, l. to r: B. Abend, K. Glanville, B. Scherr, S. Kane. Row two, I. to r: L. Moo V. Lello. Row three, I. to rr R. Blacksten, P. Michelet, C. Jones, L. Lange. Under the leadership of Kathleen GIanviIle,nine- teen diligent staffers published nine issues ofthe Shamrock. Each day during sixth period the aspir- ing journalists can be found working hard to pub- lish a newspaper one hundred percent for the student body. There was doubt in each mind as to whetherthedeadlines would be met and whether the work would pass Mr. Barton's sanction. Perhaps in time the Shamrock will be published weekIy,giving the readers an on-the-spot scoop of Arundel news. Surely we have a school to be proud of, and the Shamrock makes us known to our com- munity. EDITOR ........,.............. dispaw, D. Asbury, S. Hood, Kathleen Glanville BUSINESS MANAGER ........ .......... B arbara Abend GIRLS' SPORTS ......... BOYS' SPORTS ..,.... NEWS EDITOR ........... FEATURES EDITOR ............... . ............. Barbara Scherr Wayne Van Has sel ...............Viia Lello Delores Asbury ADVERTIZING 8. CIRCULATION ..... Larry Lange EXCHANGE EDITOR .......................... Sherry Hood PHOTOGRAPHER ....... ......., S andy Kane Kathy and Barbara are busy with Shamrock business as Sandy snaps ' the picture. Dim! Carole asks Ric his ideas on her article asPam looks Susan points out a mistake as Rosalie and Mary proofread copy. Barbara, Wayne, Larry, and Lenny are deciding on which pictures to use. .4 fumes Sherry and Delores are busy writing copy while Connie and Alice look over past Shamrocks. .iz Row one I. to r' r..:- , -ei D 1 - 5- Piper, F. Willis, F. Spencer, B. Wheeler, B. Glenn, L. Truitt. Row two, I. to rr W. Slflfft S- 5'f"'l"f M' Hofneff L- Hfrdges, E. Stone, C. Thomas, R. Wilson, J. Strawhorn. Row three, l- to ff J- ClUY?0n, D- F'Sl4e1 J- SYYOUP1 A- L. Headridge, B. Helms, H. Morgan, J. Cave. Eugene Willis, President Linda Truitt, Vice-President '3onnie Glenn, Secretary Bunny Wheeler, Treasurer NATIGNAL HO GR SQCIETY With theirideals - service,character, leadership, and scholarship in mind, the twenty-one members of the National Honor Society started another year of helpful work. ln the fall ten new members were inducted into the club. Among their many proiects this year were the tutoring of students after school and the preparing of Christmas baskets. The society was also re- sponsible for a very successful direction ofthe magazine campaign. Under the sponsorship of Miss Eloise Godfrey, the club has again proved itself a capable and helpful band. QUILL AND SCRCDLL Now in the third year at Arundel, the Quill and Scroll is a chapter of an international honorary society for high school journalists. Beginning the year with four members, fall in- duction brought sixteen aspirants, who were chosen from the newspaper and annual staffs by the faculty advisors. A society proiect has been the organizing of a student directory to be distributed among the students for their convenience. Jgnef Mqndell, President Sarah Moffett, Treasurer Lg,-fy Goodwin, Vice-President Kathleen Glanville, Secretary Row one, I. to r: L. Goodwin, K. Glanville, S. Moffett, J. Mcndell, E. Derrickson. Row two, I. to r: A. Sulin, G. Dodd, B. Abend, S. Hood, B. Scherr, J. Colebank, B. Check, L. Lange. Row three, I. to r: S. Smith, A. McDorman, V. Lello, S. Kane, E. Hilbinger, B. Glenn, C. Jones, R. Blacksten. 81 STUDE T CCDLINCIL The Student Council is sponsored by Miss Katherine Tarter. The group has sought to en- courage school spirit by launching a School Spirit Week, with daily mottos and reminders of school activities. The Council gave a dance in December and a Talent Show in February. As in other years, they were responsible for the morning auditorium dismissal and the seating and dismissal at as- semblies. Larry Goodwin, :Bunny Wheeler, 'Yay Wilson, and Dorothy Eiske represented Arundel at the Maryland Association of Student Councils and delegates were chosen for the Southern Clegional Meeting. The most important organization at Arundel, the Student Councilhopes it has carried out the wishes of the students and represented them properly. Larry Goodwin, President Ray Wilson, Vice-President Sandy Smith, Secretary Dorothy Fiske, Treasurer Nancy Scherr, Reporter Row one, l. to r: C. Danza, B. Wrzesinski,N. Scherr, G. Lum, L. Starr, Miss Tarter. Row two, I. to r: R. Wilson, N. Bonar, P. Manning, S. Smith, D. Fiske. Row three, I. to r: J. Sterling, N. Folk, S. Holz, R. Slater, M. O'Malley, K. Kaiser. Row four, l. to r: C. Jones, D. Deschanel, L. Goodwin, E. Stone, J. Nelson. .. , M- - N-2, ' 3 Q 5 . ...W 1 A 'Y -f 0 R ZR 1 K FT . A r y' ' 4 f l b , V, '., . 'A ,Q 'S-' Y if ' s A . , S it I Q -3 K J: fi Row one, I. to r: R. M. Hood, C. Drake, M. Hellstrom, G. Vogel, G. Rice, L. Hicks, D. Hastings J. Ludwig. Row two, I. to r: J. Chappell, M. Lee, L. Truitt, D. Cox, R. Spencer, E. Hilbinger J. Danko. Row three, I. to r: P. Robinson, K. Conard, B. Turner, J. Phelps, T. Lynch, V. Wheeler W. Sermons, E. Spencer, J. Parsons, K. Ludwig. Row four, I. to rr R. Clark, L. Nowattnick, D Carey, M. A. Jones, B. Barber, J. Schindele, J. Watts, C. Brumfield, R. Wilson. Row five, I. to r M. L. Thompson, B. Chamberlain, D. Downs, B. Wheeler, J. Meade. Wonderful memories of i959-60 for the Chorus will include the faces ofthe Crownsville State and Fort Meade Hospital patients when the Christmas pageant was presented to them. Neither nervous- ness nor missed notes prevented our annual Spring Concert from being a success. Many of us who will be leaving this year give our vote of thanks to Mr. Craig Lundberg, who has worked hard to provide good music and entertainment for the school. , - ' . . M' if . i T s T1 'Nl 4 ., i K K . ' f - K . ' .f . fs A Rm, ,Q ,.,, K , f A ef 'A is i.. g in ,v , . , 3 wwf X ' M A z g . ix V . .A W - k., . is A X ' V . X . t ,....f5: 3 wi A K ii "E I 3 if - ii I Q s in f .,. ,gf ,V i L E ig 1, R -' f- ig? T -0 K . .... ' k-up K K t V C -A L is 4 l to ' n gg i I x X Row one, I. to r: R. Woods, S. Deloach, E. Schindele, M. Sermons, C. Dicus, M. Pelton. Row two, I. to r: L. Conty, S. Wrzesin ski, R. Sterling, M. Amodei, C. Andrews, B. Howard. Row three, I. to r: A. Sulin, N. Miller, V. Harless, L. Stetz, L. Gallion, A. Wade. R3 Row one, l. to r W Starr H Williams F Grazimo R Watson J Strawhorn J. Bingen, S. Ashurst, G Pusloskie Row two I to r F Poole, E Long, C Redmond, R. Miller, B Nolen R Sanner P Lebelle S Sadler J Gouty W ln their bright green ancl white outfits the maiorettes expertly pranced to the band's music. Ten high-steppers spent many long afternoons practicing,aided by Mr.John Cox, their sponsor. Basketball season iust wouldn't have been the some without their colorful halftime enter- tainment. Ably led by their captain,Winnie Carr, these girls have made Arundel proud. Row one, l. to r: W. Carr, M. J. Georry. Row two, I. to r: D. Sompsell, P. Herd, A. Crawford, P. Man ning, J. Smith, J. Davis, J. Reese, C. Care. Stroh, P. Fincham, A. Wilt, S. Joyner. Row three, l. to rt C. Wheeler, P. Gentner, D. Ritchie, L. Slavic, T. Lahdelma, J. Happa, B. Chmey, J. Clayton, C. Wightman, R. Plium, D. Snyder, P. Lund, P. Helm, J. Deschanel, L. Kimmett. 2 we Apu fi x xox: .sm MM. .iw -"Sex Resplendent in their uniforms the band ended a very successful year by honoring the departing Seniors at graduation. Throughout the year Mr. John Cox and his fifty-one musicians could always be depended on for entertainment at assemblies and basket- ball games. As Concert season approached, the band practiced earnestly for the combined con- cert with the Chorus in May. Belonging to the band has become a source of pride to each member, and the band has become a source of pride to Arundel High School. Row one, I. to r: C. Cox, C. Dicus, A. Eggerl, Presi dent, S. Smith, Secretary, W. Coale, Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Sparhawk, Treasurer. Row two, I. to rr L. Nowatt- nick, S. Huggins, E. Elbin, T. Pickall, L. Truitt, J Schatz. TH LETI CQUNCIL Underthe sponsorship of Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Sparhawk the Athletic Council once more came through in helping the student body. This small group is entrusted with the very important iob of supporting and encouraging the regular athletic program. They help provide our team with trans- portation to the games, uniforms, and awards. They supervise at the games and help pay fees forthe game officials. Without the assistance of this hard working group our athletic program would be at a loss. The Council deserves a great deal of credit for their unstinting support. Guest speakers, films, field trips, and study groups,havehelped the Future Teachers of America Club realize their aims. These aims were to learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, responsibilities, and importance. Those seriously interested learned to cultivate the personal qual- ities essential to teaching. The future teachers were active in both the state and county-wide con- ventions. Throughout the year Miss Patricia Steele planned activities which would stimulate in her club members an interest in teaching. ow one, I. to r: W. Coale, B. Bunnell, Secretaryi C. Dicus, B. Miller, C. Logue, C. Cox, Miss Steele. Row two, I. to r: M. Modderno, P. Sheehan, C. Thomas, C. Downing, M. Amodei, W. Sermons, Treasurer. Row three, I. to r: D. Deschcnel, Vice-President, M. Elbin, A. L. Headridge, D. Fiske, President. Row four, I. to r: N. Mayhew, F. Hall, E. McDorman, P. Michelet. SCIENC SEMINA Y +7- L. to r: K. Kaiser, T. Eason, J. Deschmel, P. Lebelle, D. Fiske, D. Deschanel, W. Starr, S. Huggins. Lectures on genetics, space communication, and calculating machines have proved more interesting and demanding than ever for the future science leaders who attend the North County Science Seminar. Eleven of Arundel's outstanding science students together with those from county high schools have looked forward to proiects and field trips throughout the year. Sponsored in this school by Miss Lois Long, the Science Seminar is the idea of Joseph Berg of Chicago. Members of this year and those following can look forward to a rich future in scientific education through their work in this worthwhile activity. 87 Returning for their second year are: Paul Lebelle, Will Starr, Ken Kaiser, and Steve Huggins. Sitting: E. Elbin, A. Eggerl. Standing: M. L. Thomp- son, B. Wrzesinski, V. Nelson, M. Horner, L. Hodges, H. Devilbiss. SCHDCL Under the direction of Miss Eloise Godfrey, the school store is composed of twenty-nine conscientious workers. They give of their time and effort willingly each week. The goal of the school store is to serve the student body and it endeavors to carry out this xi . FFICE WQRKER The student office assistant is an im- portant worker at Arundel. '3eginning the day by helping with late and tardy slips, the office assistant is essential. The stu- dent also types attendance sheets, handles attendance reports, and files absentee notes. As a messenger and aid to the regu- lar office staff, the assistant serves his school well. STCJRE goal by supplying the necessary materials for that purpose. Managing the school store and checking the supplies is the iob of the manager, Winnie Sermons, and the assistant manager, Linda Truitt. These girls can usually be seen sixth period rushing to deliver ordered materials. ini-i Row one, I. to r: E. McDormcn, W. Coale, P. Katzenberger, K. McMahon, M. Sermons, C. Thomas, C. Lagmay, D. Asburry, R. Slater, H. Smith, M. Hellstrom, L. Gallion, S. Spencer, M. Elbin. Row two, I. to r: P. Leon, C. Dicus, K. Keenum, N. Robbins, W. Giles, P. Fincham, W. Sermons, L. Truitt, J. Schatz, B. Connery, B. Wrzesinski, S. Kcne, L. Stetz, J. Sterling, E. Derrickson. AN NCUNCERS "Ready for announcements, please. Stand by." The P. A. Announcers have the distinction of being able to utter this familiar phrase and a new day begins. How does one become a P. A. Announcer? Simple! If you have clear diction and speak English well, you can ioin the gang. At the beginning of the 1959-60 term tryouts were held when the new announcers who were to form the five man team were chosen: an an- nouncer a day keeps all our hearts gay! Sitting: M. Amodei. Standing: J. Modderno, J. Strawhorn, S. Huggins. LIBRARY HELPER "May l check that book out for you?" This is a familiar question for the library assistants who aid Mrs. Klein, the librarian. The assistants are a valuable asset to our library. Some of their duties include mending and binding books, checking books in and out, keeping the shelves in order, and helping the i students put their fingers on desired reference material. The fact that students enioy working in the library, under Mrs. Klein's friendly direction, is evidenced by the number working there. They all admit, "lt's hard work, but you don't mind when you're having fun." Row one, I. to rr C.McMahon, S.Kane, E. Elliot, F. Furches, A. Strausser, C. Thomas, W. Giles, P. McMahon. Row two, I. to r: J. Bronson, W. Gamel. Row three, I. to r: C. Burns, S. Cyphers, M. Amodei, E. Chesgreen. ,A 1 , 9 Q7 1ig"1 is Q-.7 'af Row one, I. to rt B. Abend, B. Chaney, C. A. Downing. Row two, I. to r: P. Manning, G. Dodd, S. Moffett, J. Colebank, P. Katzenberger. Row three, I. to r: A. Sulin, B. Scherr, E. Stone, C. Chiles, P. Michelet. Row four, I. to r: W. Blake, B. Connery, D. Fiske, C. Bradford, P. Huey, P. Leon. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Harry Deming, the Booster Club has carried on another year of service to the school. During basketball season the members were kept busy selling tickets and checking coats at the home games. At the end ofthe season the club sponsored the election of the Basketball Queen. New on the club agenda this year was an Awards Day forthe best girl and the best boy athlete. One of the most active organizations at Arundel, the club has boosted school spirit through its many activities. TAGECRAFT An ambitious group, the Stagecraft Club, under the direction of Mr. Craig Lundberg, is responsible for the behind-the-scenes work of all Arundel productions. Starting days ahead of presentation time, these busy workers can be found with paint brushes and hammers building and refinishing scenery and creating new props from those pre- viously used. When the curtain goes up the stage- craft members are still behind the scene. The Senior Play and assemblies wouldn't have been very interesting without their hard work. ,fi - Row one, I. to r: E. Willis, L. Truitt, W. Sermons, R. Connelly. Row two, I. to r: B. Wheeler, H. Devilbiss, E. Elbin, M. Kollman. Row three, I. to r: J. Keenum, L. Oieda, J. Dowdy, F. Ammerman. Row four, I. to r: J. Werner, C. Wightman, B. Carpenter. 90 u . . -.f .,. .. , 4. We - ,fin l. t Q ,,Q, 3? t. 5. I ,1,,,g l in L 4 'l , ,. so ii l ll W .W M ik t nt Q' s laid 1 , Q . . . Xit. ..,, I 1554 K 1 K K I Q . V , fs ' 9 .. TROPHY CASE We wanted action and we got it . . . a decade of action! The spirited Wildcats have broken many records, filling our showcases with trophies. Hard fighting hockey and soccer teams . . . overtime in basketball games . . . broad jumping records . . . the special heroes . . . capable coaches . . . peppy cheerleaders . . . loyal Arundelites . . . all make up the Arundel athletic program and our memories. Hats off to the Wildcats! VARSITY SOCC E R X' V '1.Z2.3'Qififl - .,. n Goalie: Ray Proutt. Fullbacks, I. to rr Larry Kimmet, Larry Nowattnick. Halfbacks, I. to r: Mike Thornton, Bob Morgan, Gary Oliver. Line, I. to r: Klaus Hertig, John Sasser, Horst Ascherl, Ted Herrell, Bert Wheeler. vi F" The team in action. Under the guidance of Coach Walter Carroll, the varsity soccer team completed another suc- cessful year. The record speaks well for Coach Carroll, who has coached ten winning teams in twelve years. He had experienced material to work with, since sixteen ofthe twenty-six man squad had played on last year's team. The boys played hard and showed good spirit throughout the season. Many of them will be returning next year, so we may look forward to a fine team in the foil of '60. SECOND STRING Row one, I. fo r: J. LaBounfy, Mgr., B. Boker, J. Roye, L. Kneller, J. GlcnviIIe. Row fwo, I. fo r L Moodispow D. Si WE 4 6 2 4 IO 7 4 O I r L. Cox. SCOREBOARD CALVERT COUNTY BROOKLYN PARK GLEN BURNIE ANNAPOLIS CALVERT COUNTY BROOKLYN PARK GLEN BURNIE ANNAPOLIS THEY 4 0 8 0 0 2 4 I S534 -I. Cold, Spike? VARSITY BASKETB LL Having one of their most successful seasons in three years, the i959-60 Varsity qasketball Team showed great potential from the start. They excelled in offense and succeeded in racking up a score that just tell short of break- ing a school record. Center 'Qay Proutt led the Wildcats, not only as captain, but also in points scored and in number of rebounds. He was backed up by four regular starters and seven reliable substitutes. This combination held up against the strongest opponents and played an important part in our victories. Leonard Moodispaw leaps to grab the pass from a team- mate. Coaches Bennett and Williams look over the scores of a recent game Sink the ball and the score goes up another notch Hn Q an '?'x,,.-,df Jack Patterson an Coach Williams Ind something to laugh at in the score book. Here's proof that Larry Goodwin can iump when 1341. he wants to. Bert Wheeler f22l, Ray Proutt t34l. All's foul and foul's fair, seems to be Larry Goodwin's motto as he grabs for the ball. John Sasser HOD, Ray Proutt X L if 'I .1 'Q H Leonard Moodispaw - im' Forward 1 'ff O .lim LaBounty L Guard 2 K X.. 4' , . .i Q, M F' 3 L Q X John Sasser f Forward xi 4,1 A Mlka Thornfon Forward V f V"oF 1A2w 15 5 L " 5 i Q 5 Doug Musick 1 5 . F4351 .,,.o f., F L Guard fl 6 'go s Forward L Casey Conard L KN Larry Goodwin I Forwa d of F gg A r i j' A Larry Kimmert Guard as W 5 f , ' y Lx. 'fa , .7 ' ' Ku' L f LX ' Q FN fr 34 X wx X' fr ! L gov 2 Harold Eagle Forward :L LL M is x k Rdy Pl'0l.l1'1' -1 Vp. Canter mf S 5 It , v 5 P -5 2 . i K 1 Klaus Hurtig Bart Whaler Guard Forward . .BASKETB LL if-.3 Row one, I. to r: W. Specht, T. Herrell, K. Roberts, W. Wagner, J. Keenum. Row two, I. to r: J. Patterson, Mgr, C. McGowan, J. Clayton, J. Milroy, H. Sinclair, C. Reed, Mgr. K i mmm ls Harry Sinclair committing a foul, or isn't he? 96 Sensational spirit, wild-cat accuracy, the i959-60 J.V. Basketball team shoots baskets daily with that determined "Fightl Fight! Fight!" and speedy coordination on the floor our Junior Cagers are the strongest squad in a long time. With their skill today they'll surely be the leaders of tomorrow. Let's cheer them on to i960 Varsity victories. BASEBALL 'l--2--3 strikes, and you're out! Arundel wins again! 'N With eight letter-men returning from last year's second placeteam, the outlook for the i960 base- ball season was bright. The boys, many with two or three years experience, expressed con- fidence in their ability to win the county cham- pionship this season. Under the guidance of Coach Walter Carroll the boys demonstrated team spirit as well as ability. Win or lose, they could always be de- pended upon to play a vigorous gameofbaseball. I "ls this better?" asks Pebble Willis of Coach Car- roll and team mate Ray Proutt. Row one, I. to r: D. Musick, M. Thornton. Row two, I. to r: B. Wheeler, L. Nowattnick, L. Kimmett, J. Swartz, Coach Carroll. Row three, l. to r: J. Gannon, J. Sasser, R. Proutt, K. Hurtig, D. Proutt. 97 TRAC K Arundel's track squad ran circles around the flag pole and tried to do the same with its com- petition. ln the EVENING STAR TRACK AND FlELD MEET Arundel took a first in its heat of the sprint medley and captured third place in the 600 yd. dash. These victories were scored against some of the toughest competition in the D.C. area. ln other competition the Arundel squad proved strong, consistently bringing home victories in various events. Coached by Mr. Harry Deming, the boys kept in top physical shape through daily sixth period work- outs, running around the under-sized "track" in front of the school. Row one, I. to rt T. Herrell, H. Eagle, J. Hoppa, L. Hoduck, R. Stansbury, J. Cave, F. Jorboe, C. Donnelly. Row two, I. to r: C. Bromfield, W. Wagner, B. Specht, C. Bromfield, L. Conty, R. Hoke, H. Sinclair, B. Baker, H. Crewell. Row three, I. to r: W. Kellman, S. Dinsmore, H. Howland, J. Patterson, H. Coale, R. Wrobel, J. Scrivenor, S. Blythe, C. Conard, Mr. Deming. DAILY TRACK WCDRK-OUT "Pop" Deming demonstrates the pro- per starting position. g 1,t, "Think we can make it, too?" Bill Baker, Richard Wrobel, and Joe Chappell ask Mr. Deming. Clyde Brumfielcl builds up his mus- cles. Teddy Herrell and Dee Silver can iust take the hurdles in their stride. Y 1 i Q ! x Full speed ahead go Tom Specht, Harry Sinclair, Jim Cave, and Charles Up and over flies Roy Smit Donnelly. 99 VARSITY HOCKEY L. to r., Goalie--Ellen Chesgreen. Fullbacks--Ginger Rice, Louise Simpson. Halfbacks--.Bunny Wheeler, Janice Meade, Thelma Hoffa. Forewards---Ada Headridge, Renie Galbreoth, Bonnie Glenn, Beverly Barber, Janet Moses, Dori s Rebstock. "qi:-Q A Joyce Hetzel, Bunny Wheeler, Virginia Goodwin, and Janet Moses know that the best way to start a game is with a smile. Arundel's field hockey team with coach Lois Loen at the helm was faced by an acute shortage of experienced talent. Only two players returned from the championship squad of '58. Slow at first, the girls were unsure of them- selves but confidence and skill came with later games. ln the fourth game they had the know-how to defeat their old rival Annapolis by a 6-0 score. With good spirit and plenty of hustle, the girls mode a most creditable showing with their 3-6 county record. .l.V. HOCKEY Row one, I. io r: C. Wieland, B. Taylor, S. Christopher, M. Galbreatlw, V. Goodwin. Row fwo, I. fo r: M E Esfella Spencer, Coach Lois Loen, Manager, Lonnie Sfetz, Manager, Cathy Lurcl1. SCOREBOARD WE 'I BROOKLYN PARK 0 GLEN BURNIE 0 HOWARD 6 ANNAPOLIS 3 BROOKLYN PARK 'I GLEN BURNIE 1 ANNAPOLIS 1 HOWARD THEY 3 1 1 O I 3 0 3 101 41 Smile preffy. VARSITY BAS KETB LL Make that basket . . . guard that forward . . . are familiar cries as Arundel basketball gals fight for another victory! Sometimes the outcome is a down- hearted loss. But no loss really stops their fighting spirit. Next game they bounce right back. Jump for that rebound . . . fake that guard . . . skills are learned the hard way---in game competition. But most important, a love of the game comes naturally. lt needs no learning. We congratulate Coach Lois Loen on producing such a capable team. "Get your -- hands off the ball!" say Ginger Rice, Janet Moses, and Nancy Dick. "Well, I think we can put them in againl" says Coach Loen to Manager Riley Kekar. i "Janice, it's in!" Joanne shouts while Sandy pre- pares for the rebound. lO2 il , rl 4. If L Xyr G. 2. a xx.-QXGAMK in ii f 3 Q E I , A M Sfelia Spencer Sandy White Guard Forward 2 T G vs? , 5 i 5 5 Q f if X 1 Janice Meade Forward Helen Smith Forward ii is I Mag 0'Maily rA A Birdie Price orward fl Guard Janet Moses r FOfWUfd J Q , , G x..f 1 W ,ww A0 Ez G 'r -r, ' X . I is U i Ginger Rice Guard 'X Lonnie Siefz Guard Charl otte Drakei Q ' Guard aw iii w Q , Q? s f ? 1 Bennie Glenn Forward ' if Y.. SL in f if f 1 f I Joanne Ludwig Forward Q Y digg. w dl. r X x A ,...,, f 1- .,,. Nancy Dick Forward . .BASKETB LL Slaves to practice and improvement are the members of the J. V. basketball squad. The J. V. girls, taking advantage ot every practice session, developed new skills and learned tricky plays. ln actual inter-school competition these varsity hopefuls not only had a chance to display their newly- learned skills and their determination to win, but they also had a wonderful opportunity to develop valuable teamwork. We are sure that if they continue to show such enthusiasm forthe sport there will be no limit to their accomplishments. Carolyn fights off an opponent's block. 5 2 ti Row one, I. to r: E. Chesgreen, R. Spencer, B. Taylor, M. Upton, S. Francesco. Row fW0, I. to r: P. Kekar, P. Fincham, C. Gentile, S. Stuber, V. Harless. 104 OLLEY BALL Row one, I. to r: B. Taylor, J. Egger, M. Galbreath, V. Godwin, J. Tillinghast, P. Katzenberger, K. Taylor. Row two, I. to r: S. Christopher, C. Evans, B. Wheeler, J. A. Ludwig, G. Ziegler, J. Meade, G. Stone, W. Smith. Row three, I. to r: B. Turner, J. Schindele, B. Connery, T. Hoffa, E. Spencer, R. Galbreath, L. Stetz, V. Rice, D. Hast- ings, Coach Loen. Spring time - volley ball time, but no spring fever for the volleyball squad. Day in, day out others bussed home, but the volley team practiced. Reflexes had to be con- ditioned, muscles had to be coordinated, teamwork had to be developed. Finger nails were broken, heads were banged, and nets were knocked down, but the results were worth it. The team developed into a smooth-moving unit ready to meet all op- position. Victories were not always possible, but good sportsmanship and team spirit were present in each game. The volley ball team practices after school. Muscles are tensed . . . a lady Wildcat steps up to the plate . . . the umpire yells, "PLAY BALL" . . . Thwack! . . . Another softball sea- son under way at Arundel. This exciting moment climaxes many weeks of preparations . . .those nerve-wracking tryouts . . . i . 3 .Sim HS? , M.. ww- www. 1-Wwww ' few.. SCRIMMA it ,jst gig.: 3 Q, I . I 1 4 SOFTB LL Row one, I. to r: H. Smith, C. Bush, P.Mooney, R. Slater, M. Elbin. Row two, I. to r: J. Watts, S. White, P. Taylor, V. Harless, C. Gentile, E. Chesgreen, Coach Amodei. the thrill of making the team . . . and the long chilly practice sessions. A good season regardless of odds, a good team always willing to go that extra practice, and a fine Coach, Louise Amodei - all of these make Arundel proud of her softball team. Coach Amodei reacts to the initial practice of her best team. iz Row one, I. to r: A. Hoffman, D. Reed, B. Swauger, M. Hood. Row I' two, I. to rt N. Chappelle, I. , Leight, M. Denton, L. Emblton, J. Conner, M. Hood. Row three, I. to r: W. Giles, C. See, A. Wilt, P. Sheehan, J. Green, N. Denton. - Q X . . l 3 -'Wg K 3 ' 'sf xx X . N i J Arundelites Cheer TheirTeams. . ,... -.nu Arundelites anxiously await the out- come ot a foul shot. Dixie signals the start of another game. Who's game? watching the basketball With Larry Goodwin iumping, the second half of the game starts. Time-out at a basketball game is time in the camera's eye, for Arundel's peppy, pretty cheerleaders. Cheerleaderstake time out for a giggle instead of a wiggle. fHester had an A too.l VARSITY CHEERLE DER "All set?" -- "You bet!" that's the familiar call of Arundel's Cheerleaders. Day after day in energetic after school sessions the girls have mastered their cheers and have proved themselves tops. Under the direction of Miss Helen Cole these 1-3 5 Dixie Thornton A Captain leaders of school spirit are always behind the teams, yelling the boys and girls on whether the outlook is good or bad. Our varsity cheerleaders should be commended for a iob well done. So, thanks girls for your unwavering support. aw v- Q as Bvrbqfa Mille' Q, , dis CJ' . N, . S Ns 7 V7 gi? 1 9' XA , Connie Danza Barbara Chaney Shelly Afchison Vicki Wheeler as tw Glendora Vogel Alternate 35 H? cr r Bunny Wheeler Barbara Brown J. V. CHEERLE DER Home basketball games are bedecked by green jumps, and yells, in preparing for their games. skirts and white sweaters and our Junior Varsity With the chant, "Go team, go", the boys know A's, a cheerful symbol of Arundel spirit. Almost these rooters are behind them from start to finish. every afternoon the girls practice routines, Keep up the good work, girls! Nancy Bonar .gg 'S . 1-Q if N Q I Aline Rowland 3- W gn, Chris Wesmver Marilyn Sullivan y mr- Qs 5 "" 'i' x 'H nys, 4' Q pam Millqn ToniKavali Captain QQTH "Shucks, l'll bet you say that to all the girls," says Joe Beatty to his fat little friend, Kenny Burke. "Hmmn, there's nothing like a good cigar, Sapphire," says the ole' Kingfish. Harold Devilbiss, Eva Derrickson. Guard John Sasser keeps on evil eye on his ruthless desperadoes. B. Morgan, L. Kimmett, H. Williams, G. Bedford, J. Swartz, L. Powell. SENICR DAY ELL E SH REW" HH e's 0 Carnation baby through and through," says Momma Ray Proutt of Baby Jim LaBounty. egg .fr- Masquerading in Trig class is only somewhat amusing to Bobby Morgan and Jim Dowdyg Bonnie Glenn has o private ioke, maybe? L. Kimmett, G. Bedford, E. Derrickson. 110 From the wilds of Arundel comes our own beatnick, "Bongo" Joe Danko. "But, Mommy, I loves my teddy bear," says daughter Colleen Care to Mammy Connie Danza. xx YL 'LA A- c Margie Horner, Anna Eggerl, and Viola Nelson selling boosters repro sent Arundel's ability to sell itself. The Panorama staff gratefully acknowledge the patrons who bought advertise- ments in the yearbook. Without their helpful contributions we would have been unable to publish such an inexpensive and complete Panorama. We hope the -I students also recognize the importance of these contributions. 50 F 31 Wl5f4, bk Z M0unTo.m Laurel """ 57' mbol fy? CLASS 0? Iaimbffion, Glory and VI'b+af2r Q Q3 - I -I I I A MESSAGE FROM THE ARUNDEL HIGH PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION During World War II we found that we had to depend in large meas- ure on the power of education to achieve victory. Personal compe- tence and organizational, industrial,and military know-how that were needed to win the war were the result of the educative process. At present defense measures draw on our educational resources to provide the scientific knowledge and skills essential to maintain our mission in today's world. But the time is now upon us when we must test also the full power of the educative process to achieve countless nonmilitary victories so essential to the attainment of peace and the preservation of our democracy. Survival is still at stake. A civilized society characterized by individual liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise can survive and succeed only among an en- lightened people. Indeed, if our children are to have a free and peaceful world,our public schoolsmust be continuously strengthened and our talented boys and girls assured the best possible education, from the primary grades through college. II3 T Yates Exterminating T Compliments of 5 R ,d 5f""'e Q 5 JERRY E. HARLE M en"g3,,,-,g,5,g1"""'f'f"" M lNsuRANcE AGENcY -:- Terms fo Suif your income -:- 102 Azar Building Glen Burnie, Md. E COlonial 8-1801 E SR,22 , JR4 1 1805 McGuckian Street so. 1-2111 - so, 1-2840 Annapolis, Maryland ORchard 4-7839 EDDIE'S DRIVE-IN THICK MILK SHAKES 8t HAMBURGERS Carry Out Service 8g Curb Service ROUTE 175, ODENTON, MARYLAND Near National Plastic Company The Farmers National Bank of Annapolis 3 Convenient Offices to Serve You: 5 Church Circle, Annapolis Shopping Center, Severna Park 2015 West Street, Annapolis Member of F.D.l.C. The Bank of Glen Burnie Glen Burnie, Maryland Odenton, Maryland COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Member F.D.l.C. C A N N 0 N SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 106 Baltimore - Annapolis Blvd. Glen Burnie, Md. SO. 6-1150 Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1960 MAX BLOB THE ARUNDEL OBSERVER CONGRATULATIONS! ! ! "You have within your own hands the tools to fashion your own destiny." - Mr. M. D. Lincoln, President Nationwide Insurance Company 4 Q H GREENGOLD'S INC. AZAR STORAGE, INC.. MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING Sollfllfield 6-6161 46-48-50 West St. Annapolis, Md. Glen Burnie Store for the Lad 81 His Dad LOCAL 81 LONG-DISTANCE MOVING L I P A N I S Compliments of . . M . Arundel Rug Cleaners, Inc. Ladies - Misses Wearing Apparel RUG AND CARPET MART - SHOES " West Street at Spa Road 172-'I74 Main Street, Annapolis, Md. Cglonial 3-2358 Compliments of DORR'S SERVICE STATION and DORR'S DRIVE-IN Whitmore's Restaurant "Cone Wm' 'he Curl On Top" Odenton, Maryland Glen Burnie Dairy Queen o 24 H D '1 pen ours Q' Y 427 cmin Highway, N.E. HOME COOKING Glen Burnie, Maryland Merson's TV 81 Appliance READ'S DRUG STORE JIM MERSON 308 Main Street Laurel, Md. 176 Mllih Street PArkway 5-0799 PArkway 5-2512 Wibster 5-0233 Annapolis, Maryland SUNBRITE LAUNDRY AND 4 TILGHMAN COMPANY DRY CLEANERS Jsweusns - srLvERsMm-rs - STATIONERY A Trial Will Prove The Difference Agents for All Major Silversmiths 900 Ritchie Highway SOutl1field 6-4888 44 State Circle Annapolis, Md. E H5 HEIN BROS., INC. ESSO FUEL OIL-ESSO OIL BURNERS GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND SOutl1field 6-1200 Sales 8K Service "Over 35 Years of Dependable Service" 45 STORES-IN PERPETUAL SPRING-TIME HAHU DALE MALL 'A' Plenty of Free Parking i'Stores Open Every Evening A 81 J DELICATESSEN Kosher Meats - Party Snacks Imported Wines 8m Cheese Open until l l p.m. Sunday 81 Holidays Odenton, Maryland VISIT YOUR STUDENT'S STYLE CENTER Headquarters For Famous Brands GORDON'S 930 Annapolis Road Odenton, Maryland Suits - Slacks - Coats - Shoes - Jackets . . . and a complete line of accessories Open daily till 9 p.m. JEAN ETTE'S SCHOOL of 'DANCE 10 Delaware Ave., Glen Burnie, Md. Compliments of SIDLE'S DEPARTMENT STORE Glen Burnie, Maryland THE PARSONS COMPANY DEPARTMENT srone 220-222 Main Street CO. 3-4566 Annapolis, Md. Barrow's Service Station and Garage In Rear of Station Annapolis Rd. Odenton, Md llo Compliments of BON-FIRE DRIVE INN CO. Compliments of A L P I N E B EAC l'l it Washing Polishing Waxing Glen Burnie Washmobile, Inc. 600 N. Ritchie Hwy. Glen Burnie, Md. SO. 6-4542 GIFTLAND JEWELERS Glen Burnie, Maryland Compliments of Reliable Contracting Company, Inc. Millersville, Maryland WOodland 9-2811 0Rch'ard 4-7014 Cf16M 1750 West Street Annapolis, Maryland GDENTGN PHARMACY 15TH 8. ANNAPOLIS ROAD "SERVING YOUR COMMUNlTY" 0Rc ha rd 4-3851 LONG'S T.V. THE HECHT COMPANY Gambrills, Maryland Phone Vlctor 9-4121 1127 West Street Annapolis, Maryland CHALKls TEXACO Arundel Laundry and Cleaner Soft Water With each Lubrication 8g Oil Change A FREE PASS DRY CLEANING STORAGE 'O G0Ve"'0' Rhchle Ope"'Al' Annapolis, Ma. COlonial 3-2343 ll7 HONEY BEE RESTAURANT Arundel Employment Service The Friendly Place fo Dine Office -- Sales - Factory SO. 6-5700 - 5701 . . .FAMlLY DlNNERS 16 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., N.E. 103 Rlfclue l'l'9hWaY 50Ufhfield LO477 W. N. Scherer, Owner H. H. Gahan, Per. Mgr. B O N N l E M A R Gl'l'OMER'S PHARMACY UFASHIONS OF DlSTlNCTlON" YOUR PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE Glen Burnie, Maryland 100 Annapolis Blvd. Glen Burnie, Md. ZAMSKY STUDIOS 1007 Market Street Philadelphia 7, Pa. OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Negafives of Porfraifs appearing in this annual are kept on file. Phofoignaphs may be ordered. STEVENSCN'S GROCERY FOSTER'S SINCLAIR SERVICE QUALITY MEATS 8- GROCERIES ROAD SERVICE - TRUCKS FOR RENT Phone WO. 9-2214 Severn, Maryland Ferndale, Maryland SOuthfield 6-9820 BELMONT AMUSEMENT BENJAMIN F, CHANEY For All Your Insurance Needs Glen Burnie, Maryland Anne Arundel County ggufhfield 5,7149 Gambrills, Md. Phone CO. 3-5558 H8 Spwcalwu an :de ,e-wduezam 'ne amzaala foe ccioalc and aadeyea eaezywdeze, X x ff az A rg.. . ." fzfu, A - if 'R ret, ,pb Established 1919 2140 Aisquith Street Baltimore 18, Md. HOpkins 7-6700 PROUD PRODUCERS OF YOUR ANNUAL 119 +++++ flume N EVAMA R FOR BEAUTIFUL, CAREFREE SURFACES IN YOUR HOME! NEVAMAR is the perfect surfacing material for tclbles, counters, bers, sink tops, cclbirmefs, wclll pcmelirmg - cmd be sure to LOOK FOR THE NEVAMAR LABEL on the furniture you buy... 1T'S GOOD FOR A LIFETIME! + + + + + VILLA MEADE RESTAURANT Specializing in Italian Food Odenton, Maryland OR. 4-4241 Compliments of WHITE HORSE INN RICHARDS SERVICE Wqlfgg-d'5 Flying "A" Service Rf. 115 s. old ode.-ion Ra. - ok. 4-7882 , , Rf. 175 a. 10th sneer - on. 4-7876 H25 R"C"'e HWY- 50- F9806 Odenton, Maryland Glen Burnie, Maryland DOVELL fr WILLIAMS 217-223 CRAIN HIGHWAY, N.E. GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND A Good Number to Call -- SOuthtieId 6-8132 GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS 1 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT Specializing In Automatic Transmission Repairs-Front End Alignment White Hall Farms RELIABLE HOME REPAIRS PRIME BEEF PAINTING and DECORATING Buy Quarters and Save Dollars Gambrills, Maryland COlonial 3-2809 W00dl0nd 9-7373 SGVCYHI MU"YI0"d Charles Patterson Florist I WHITE GABLES RESTAURANT 300 Crain Hwy., S.W. Glen Burnie, Md. l So. or so' Millersville, MCI'yICl1d woOdIClld is INTERNATIONAL OFFICE MACHINES 411 Ritchie Highway SOul-htield 6-8928 'FOLYMPIA TYPEWRITERS YRENTALS, SALES and SERVICES I2l Compliments of C pi t f ARUNDEL JR. HIGH SCHOOL om imen s o P -I-A A TRUITT'S GROCERY STORE JARBQES GRQCERY AN DERSON'S CORNER GENERAL MERCHANDISE Mi"e's'i"e' M""Y""d vlcfor 9-3661 24-Hour Towing Service Herald Harbor Rd. Crownsville, Md. Immediate and Courteous Service HENRY I. DODGE GRCCERIES and REFRESHMENTS HERALD HARBOR, MARYLAND OPEN A CONVENIENT CHARGE ACCOUNT AT ROZBINSUNQS OF GLEN BURNIE "The sfofe That Does More for the counfy' WEARING APPAREL--HOME FURNISHINGS Open Mon., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. 'til 9 P..M. GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND 122 ...V--W - Y- -- ------+- --v-- Y A. A. C. 'DRYWELL CO., INC. GAMBRILLS .Route 301, Gambrillls, Maryland 8, Ii fCcE'2Z'.iZdsELvfit?engiifgsiliiileems Route Md- 3 G"""'i"Sf Md Office: OR. 4-3001 Night: CO. 8-1092 M055eY'Fe'9U50n Sales 3' Sefvlce CLYDE'S HALLMARK INC., Realtors CHARTERED BUS SERVICE 301 Furnace Branch Road, East We Specialize in Service LILLIAN G. ELIASEN, Associate Broker Glen Burnie Office Glen Burnie, Md. Phone SO. 6-0500 SO. 1-1195 SO. 1-2420 CONCRETE ALAN E. BARTON INC. OR. 4-3861 WO.. 9-2822 SAND - GRAVEL Compliments of SOUTHERN MARYLAND OIL COMPANY INC. Distributors of Texaco Products since 1926 24-HOUR OIL BURNER SERVICE Gambrills, Maryland CO. 3-9408 Farmers Supply 81 Equipment Co.. Compliments of your INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER DEALER 2024 West St., Annapolis, Md. Phone COlonial 8-5001 Compliments of D O R S E Y AM O C O Hot Water Heat Air Conditioned DORR'S CORNER RESTAURANT 81 MOTEL Millersvile, Maryland ESSO SERVICE A. D. RIDEN 81 COMPANY Odenton, Maryland 123 Compliments of MARBERT MOTORS, INC. Brookwaod Drive Inn Restaurant 24 Houn senvice PONTIAC , 284 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland Breakfast - Lunch - Dmner Served COlonial 3-2387 Millersville, Md. Vlctor 9-3080 Meade Self Service Market Open Mon. thru Fri. 9:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Sundays 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. Odenton, Maryland DORSEY ESSO SERVICENTER "Everything for the Automobile" Dorsey Rd. and Telegraph Rd. Phone SO. 6-9704 SADLER SEAFOOD Specializing in Steamed Crabs Compliments of 310 Third Street Eastport, Maryland A CO. 3-4087 RAINBOW CLEANERS Compliments of 1 Hour Dry Cleaning - 3 Hour Shirt Service Coin Operated Laundercenter 1940 West Street Annapolis, Md. 1801 West Street Phone CO. 8-3361 Phone CO. 3-2644 THE J. F. JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY "Satisfied Customers Our Success" Compliments of Be Wise - Hove Your Lumber Treated with "Wood- lif " P A i T i d R t . . . W Hcive We 'iiiiiifieff 'TSI ewes on O e A FRIEND Annapolis-CO. 3-2337 Glen Burnie--SO. 6-7000 S 81 S RESTAURANT J. C. GARAGE Annapolis ManyIand GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE WORK Quarterfield Road WOodlond 9-2878 Firestone Home 81 Auto Supply WM. F. FLOOD 8. soN, INC. 1019 West Street TIRES and BATTERIES Rennie's Sinclair Station GOODYEAR TIRES and BATTERIES 24 Hour Service 200 Old Annapolis Rd., N.E. cor. Ritchie Hwy. Dial S0uthtield 6-9622 124 PATRCNS Ann Eggerl 'Carl Gallion, Jr. ' 'Mr. 8. Mrs. John Eggerl Janet Schatz 'Bunny 8. Larry Joe Beatty ' 'Jack McKenna ' 'Richard Polan ' ' Freddie's Hobby Fair 'A Friend ' 'Mr. 8- Mrs. John E. Harms, Jr. ' 'Greenway Bowling Helen Smith Gladys Sillaman Mr. Carroll Mr. Williams ' 'Larry 8. Diane 'Western Auto ' ' Laurel Beauty Shop 'Laurel Sports Center 'Mr. 8. Mrs. R. W. Walter ' 'Laurel Fabric Shop Christine Thomas Audrey McDorman 'The Busy Bees Grocery 'Hi-Fi Shop Murray F. Davis ' Lou's Delicatessen 8g Submarine Shop ' 'From a Friend ' 'Joseph's Beauty Salon Mr. 81 Mrs. Haskell Furches Carl Dunaway Red 81 Judy John Gouty ' 'Stevenson's Hi-Way 'Rudisell Bros. 'Gambrills Post Office ' 'Kaufman's Tavern Mr. 8. Mrs. Henry Kaufman 'German's One-Stop Supermarket ' 'Gambrills General Store Frazier-Cummings Clover Farm Store "H. E. Dailey H. E. Dailey Tobacco Co., Inc. 'Mr. 8x Mrs. Anthony Pokorny 'Tony Pokorny ' Philip Pokorny Bootsie 8m Norman 'Ranny Wade Fay Furches Mary Jane Furches Kyle Furches 'Katherine H. Tarter Mr. 8m Mrs. Edwin F. Hood With high hopes 8m good wishes for Mother's students Anne 81 John McDonough Rosalie Sterling ' ' Frank's Sinclair Service Fred Ammerman Elizabeth Hilbinger Harold 8. Gayle Edi: Eagles Uber Alles! Robbie Connelly Carole Davis Colleen lJune Graduate?i Billie Lee Evans Connie lHopeful graduatel Diane Redmond Eleanor Elbin 'A Friend 'A Friend 'Steigler's Flower 8x Gift Shop 'Panorama Business Staff Linda Truitt Margie and Cliff ' 'Dee and Dale Sherwood Forest 'Hayden Ellyson 'Calvin Miller 'Mr. 8. Mrs. George Schatz 'Odenton Atlantic Service Station Eva and Billy Alex Sulin The Editorial Staff PANORAMA ' 'Sadler Seafood With Love to Miss Steele "Cecil Knighton, Inc. The James Butler Family Peggy Ritchie '-i'l ACKNCDWL EDGEMENTS PANORAMA PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST ENTRANTS Ginger Gore- lst prize, lst contest Gwen Lum -lst prize, 2nd contest Carl Gullion Bonnie Glenn Colleen Care Alex Sulin Joe Beatty Fred Ammerman Lynn Gallion Rita Davis Roberta Spencer Barbara Chaney We would like to express our appreciation their cooperation and friendly criticism to following: Our Advisers - Mrs. Martha M. McDonough Mr. George Bressler Our Principal - Mrs. Mabel Parker Our Vice-Principal - Mr. Hayden Ellison Our Faculty . 3 L ,Off R ni Violet Waters Alfred Scott Judy Brown Pat Lund Karen Page Robert Biller Frank McCreary Gayle Dodd Carolyn Dicus Amy lrving Marlene Elbin for the Our Publishing Company - H G Roebuck 8. Son, lnc. Dale Snyder-2nd prize 2nd contest Sandra Proutt-3rd prize 2nd contest Elmer McDorman Joanna Nelson Katherine McMahon Janice Hemphill Nan Brooks Michael Coale Mary Murray Toni Kavali Ann Merson Toni Pickall Our Representative from Roebuck 8- Son M Sidney Schultz Our Photographer - Mr. Frank Freeman X li - at i 'i Q N 3, . . Abend, B., 38, 58, 76, 78, .79, 90 Acknowledgements D.P., .................... 126 Advertl sements, ................ ......... ....... 1 1 1 Akers, F., .............. ............ ...................... 1 1 Ammerman, F., ll 31, 36, 76, 90, 126 Amodel, L.,.. ............ Amodel, M., ......... Andrews, C., .... Arnold, F., ...... .... Atchl son, S., .... ...... Athletlc Councll, ...... Avery, B., ...... ........ Baer, J.,....... Baker, B., ,,,,,,, Barber, B., ...... Barnes, C., ,,.,, Barney, P., ..... Barrows, R., Barton, H., ....... Baseball, ............. Basketball Queen Beatty, J., .......... Beckman, P., ..... Bedford, G., .... Bennett, G., ...... .. Best All 'Round,, ...... Best Dressed,,,,,,,,, Best Looking, ,,,,,,,, Blggest Fllrts, Blller, R... ..... . Blngen, J., ...... Blacksten, R., Blake, W., ....... B1Y'h'l Su - .... . Bolton, N., ..... Bolyard, L., ........ Booster Club, .... Boschert, M., ...... Braun, M., ....... Bressler, G., ...... . Brocchus, K., ...... Broenlng, W., .... .. Brown, C.,. ....... Brown, J., ....... .. Brumfleld, C., ..... Buchanan, M., ..... Buchanan, P., ..... Bunnell, A., ........ Burke, K., . .... .. Bums, C., .....38, 83, 86, 89 83 .. .............. .......... 3 8 .......38, 107, 108 . .................... 86 . ........ 1 1, 76 83, 100 11 38 7, 74, 78 71 126 11, 110 38 32 ............34 126 71 11, 34, 14, 10, 79 75, 90 39, 76 . ......... 39 7, 68 76, 77 126 I I 68 39, 126 IIIIfII1'2Q 14, as 39 .........39, 86 12, 110 89 Burt, S., ...... ..... ......................... 1 2 , 71, 74 Bussey, G., .................. .......... ........... 1 2 , 74 Care, C., ...... 12, 3 Carpenter, B., .......... .. Carey, D., ...... .. Carr, W.,,. ...... Carroll, W., ......... 6, 74, 84, 85, 110, 126 12, 90 12, 83 .. .... 13, 74, 84, 85 . .................... 7, 97 39 80 Cave, J., .................. ............ ............ Chamberlain, B., ......... 39: 83 Chaney, B.,.. .......... 38, 39, 76, 84, 85, 90 107, 100, 126 Chappell, J., ............ ......... . . ....... 39, 33 c1...1., B., ............ ................ 3 , 13, 69, 76 Cheerleaders, J.V., Cheerleaders, V., ...... Clark, G., ....................... . ........................ 39 Clad., R., .- ..................................... 39, 83 Class of '6lp... 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 Class of '62p 48, 49, 50,51,52, 53, 54, 55 cl... of '63, 50, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 Class Comedlans, ................................ 33 Class Loafers, ...................................... 34 Clayton, J., ........... ......... 3 9, 56, 00, 96 Coole, H., ...... Cole, H., .. ..... .. Colebonk, ..l., ....... Collier, B., ...... Collier, P., 98 108 16, 90 Conard, C., .......... Connelly, R., ...... Connery, B., .,,, Cook, J., ............. Corcoran, R.,....... Cox, B., ........... Cox, D., ......... Cox, J., ........ . Cox, L., ............ 03, 95 80 ....... 13, 74, 88, 90 . .... ..13. 74. 107 . ....... .39, 59, 83 84, 85 Crawford, A., ...... . ...... .... 3 9, 84, 85, 107 Crawford, D., ....... Cronmlller, J., Cyphers, S., ................. . ........ .......... ........ 7 14, 74, 89 Dunko, J., .............. .,.............. 1 4, 107, 110 Dm za, C., .... 14, 73, 74, 82, 108, 110 Darne, M., ........................................ 73, 39 Dorr, R., ........... ............ ...... ..... 3 9 Daugherty, L., .... ............ 3 9 Davl s, C., ...... ................ ..14 Davis, R., ......... ......... 4 0, 107 Decker, C., ....... . .... .. ....... .79 Dedicatlon, ....... ......,....... 4 DeHart, M., ....... ........ 4 0 Deming, H., ....... . .... ..... .......................... .90 DeRessett, H., ....... .... ............................. 1 5 Dorr1ckson,E., 14 69, 76, 81,88, 107, 110 Deschanel, D.,.. .............. ...40, 761 821 36 Devllblss, H., ................... 15, 16, 90, 110 Dlck, N., ......... Dlnklns, K., ..... .......40, 102, 103 Dlnsmore, S., ....... ............................ 4 0 Dlxon, B., Dodd, G., ............ ..... ..... 3 , 40, 76, 90, 107 Donald san, A., .... .... 40 Donnelly, C., ....... . Dooley, B., ..... Dorr, C., ........ Dorr, J., ..... Dorr, T., .... Dowdy, J., ..... Downlng, C., Downs, D., .... Drake, C., ........ Dunagan, J., ....... Dunk erl y, D., ....... Durnell, P., ...... Durner, B., .... Eagle, H.,. .... .. Edenfleld, R., . ........ 15, 34 15 40, 59 .. ...... 15, 76, 90, 110 86, 90 83 .......40, 83, 103 .. .... 16, 126 . .......... 40 ..................... 40, 95 Egger, J., ........ ..........................,..... . .. 40 Eggerl, A., Elbin. E-. ...... Elknls, D., .... Elllon, S.,.- ..... Ellyson, H., ... ...... Emerson, J., Englehaupt, B.,. .... . Escava e J. . B I I Evans, A.,........ Evans, B.,..... Evans, C., ........ Faculty, .. ..... .. Fales, G., ........ ....... Features, D. P 16, 76, 86, 87, 111 ,16, 76, 86, 88, 90 6. 63. 126 ........40. 79 ......5. 6. 7. 8 67 Fergus, B., ......... .... Flske, D., ....... Folk, L., ............. . Foreword, ... ..... ... .... Foster, B., ................. Fotheringham, E., Freeman, F., .......... Freshmen D. P Q, .... Frltch, R., .... ...... . Fry, J., .. .... ..... . . Furches, F., ... .... Future Teachers, Galbreath, R., .... Gale, L., ...... Galllon, C., 40 .40, 00, 82, 06, 90 16 . ...... .. 2 . ...... 40 . .... .... 0 ......l26 ........51 ........16 40 89 86 40, 100 . ............... 1 .......11, 126 127 DE Galllon, L., ....... 38, 40, 83, 88 Gannon, J., .... ................ ............ 1 7 , 71, 97 Gllbert, G., ...... ................................ . .40 Glanvl Ile, K., 10, 17, 32, 36, 14, 10, 79,81 Glenn, a.,..11, 69, 16, 00, 100, 103, 101 . ................ 110, 126 Glover, G., ... ...................................... 40 Godfrey, E., ......... 7, 80, 88 Godfrey,M. . .... . c.a...., c.f .... .................. .................... 4 1 Goodroe, M., .. ......................... ............... 4 1 cmlwnn, 1..,..11, 31, 01, 82, 94, 95, 101 60111011 B-1 .... ...................... .................. 4 1 Gore, J.,.. ...... .... ...... .... .................... 4 1 , 1 26 Gouty, .l., .... ....... 1 7, 68, 74, 84, 85 Grant, T., ....... ............................... 4 1 Grazlano, F., .... . .. ..... 17, 74, 84, 85 Griffith, C., ....... . ........ .......... .... 4 1 Grlmes, J., . .... ................... . Guyton, G., .... . ...... . Haduch, M., Hagan, J., ...... Hall, R.A., ...... Hardesty, A., .... Harvey, J., .... . Hastings, D., ..... Hawklng, A., Hayes, T., ...... ....... .... Headrldge, A., ....... Headrldge, M., ...... . Heger, A., ......... Hellstrom, M.,... .... Helms, B., ...... Hessen, R., .... Hlcks, L., .. ....... . 41 18 ..........1a .........41 .........45 18 ..........41 83 .. ......................... .0 ....41, 00, 06, 100 74 41 30, 41, 03, 00 Hllblnger, E., ..... . ..... . Hobb, C., ....... Hedges, L., ............ 8, Hoffa, T., ........ ........... Hoffmm, A., .... . Hoke, D., .... Hood, J., ...... Hood, M., ..... Hood, N., ..... Hood, R., .... Hood, S., .... .. Hoppa, J., ..................... Horner, M., .... .... .... 3 , 1 Howe, Howland, D., .... ..... .. Huggins, S., . ..... ...... . Hughey, P., ..... Hurd, P., ..... Hurtlg, K., ........ . Jackson, T., .......... 00 83 16, as 18, 68, 16, 00, 00 100 .........41 ..........41 .......41, 61, 83 78 .......19, 61, 04, ss 9, 16, 00, 00, 111 41 41, 16, 06, 01, 89 ........l9, 34, 95, 97 Johennlng, M., .. .... ............................... 4 1 Johnson, F., .... ............................. .7, 86 Jones, C.,. ...... ....... .4 1, 61, 78, 79, 89 Jones, H., ............................. ....7 Jones, M., .... .... . .lunlor D.P., ............. J. V. Basketball Junlor Chorus, .. 33, 83 104 Kallman, M., . ..... Kane, J., ........ .... Ka-1e, S., ..... .. ..... Katzenberger, P., Keenum, J., ...... . Kekar, R., ....... ... Kellman, W.,....... Kennedy, R., ..... Kent, R., ....... .. Klmmett, L., ....... ...... Klrby, C., Klrby, P., Klein, J., ... ..... Knapp, E., ...... Knazovl ch, N.,...... .....20, 76, 90, 107 .......41, 10, 19, 00 90 38, 88, 90, 96 102 . .... ..................... 2 0 42 20, 33, 36, 69, 95 .........91, 107, 110 .......5, 7 VI IDE Kneller, S., Knott, R., ....... Karan, J., ........... Kaskowskl, M., .... . Krasauskls, R., ---- Krltzler, R., --.- LaBounty, J., .... . Logmay, C., Lange, L., ---- Lmge, S., .. .... ...... . . Lello, V., ...... Lenlckl, W., Lerch, M., .. ........ Llbrary Helpers, . Lmle, H., ........ Loen, L., ....... Lombo, I., ...... Lang, E., Long, L., ............ Lawman, E.,... .... Ludwlg, J., ..... Ludwlg, K., ....... Lundberg, C., LYNCH, Ter . .... . Madselan, B., .... Malorettes, ...... Mondell, J., ..... Mareckl, C., Marshall, M., Martln, C., ...... Massey, D., Mayhew, N., ..... Maynor, G., ..... Mayo, S., ............... .........3s, 42 .........42, 79 ........20, 69, 95, 110 20, as 42 20, 31, 71, 70, 107 .42 .21 .Q1III1Q'7,"101Q"102 ......21, 04, ss, 110 a, 87 . .... .... ............. 4 2 .......42, 03, 103 as s as 42 75, 76, 81 e 21 42, 86 a .42, 126 McCreary, F., .. .... .............. .... ..... . . McDonough, M.,. ................. , 3, 21, 76, 86, 88 McDorman, A., ............... McGowan, C.,..... McKee, M.,..... Mendoza, L., ..... Mlller, A., ..... .. Miller, B., . .... . Miller, N., ...... Mlller, R., ..... Mills, C., ...... .. ..... .. Mllls, S., ..... ,... ........... . Modderno, J., ............. Moffett, S., ...... ..3, 22 8 76, 77, 126 96 42 21 .. ........... .. 42 as ..........42, 34, as .. ........ 43, 107 06, 89 , 31, 72, 76, 01, 90 110, 126 Moodlspaw, L., .... ................ 7 8, 94, 95 Morgan, B.,,. .... Morgan, H., .... 69, 71, 110 ao Morrls, C., ..... ...... ..................... 4 3 M...., J.,.. ................... 42, 100, 102, 103 Mast Athletic, ...................................... 33 Most lntellectual,... ........ ........ .. ..- ......... 34 Most Likely to Succeed, ....... ............ .3 5 Most Talented, ............ . .......................... .33 M...1.1., D., ............ .... 22 , 95, 97 Naftel, P., ..... ............................. 4 3 N.1...., v., .... . ...... 22, 82, aa, 111 Nlcholas, J., ........................ .................. 4 3 Nlchals, J., .... ..... .......... - .... .. ................. 4 3 Natlonal Honor Society, ...................... 80 Nolls, F.,..... .......................................... .43 Nowattnlck, L., .......... 22, 31, 83, 86, 97 Office Workers,. .... ............................. 8 8 o,.1..., s., .......... ........................... 4 3 Oieda, L., ......... .......... 4 3, 90 Ollveros, R., .... . .......... 43, 71 Ollvler, G., .... ........ ...... 4 3 , 107 Olsen, E., ....... ........................... 4 3 0'MalIey, M., ..... . .... 38, 43, 82, 103 Onderdonk, J., ......... ........................... 6 3 P. A. Annauncers, ,,,, Paddy, L., ...... ....... Page, K., ........... Panorama, ......... Parker, M.,. .... . 126 .........70, 76, 77, 111 6, 126 Parsons, J., .... .........43, 83 Parsons, R., ...... ..................... 8 Patterson, J.,.-.. ......... 22, 95, 96 Pelton, B., ..... .. .... ......... . .22 Phelps, J., ..... ................... .4 3 Phelps, Y., ..... ...................... .2 3 P lper, S., ........... Pak orn y, P .,. .......... Polanawskl, l., .,,,,. Powell, L.,. ........ Price, B.,........ 23, 34, so .......23, 110 Proclssl, M.,...- ..................................... ..43 Proutt, D., ...... .................................. 4 3, 97 Proutt, R., .............. 23, 33, 69, 94, 95, 97 Prunty, J., ......... ........... . .. ................... 43 Pusloskle, G., ...... . ....... .....43 Raines, L., ...... P Rawlings, Rebstock, D Redmiles, E Redmond, Redmond, D. Reed, W., Reese, J., , Reynolds, B RRG. V-.. ................ . Rltchle, C., Roblnson, P Rogers, R.,, RMC. C-. ......... ..... ................. , , 'I .... 'l..... 'I ..... C-. . .......... 2 3. 100 23. 34. 85 35 .. ........,................................. 43 24, 03, 100, 102, 103 -. ..... .................................. 4 4 24 74 126 Rol'l Jw ............ ...................................... 2 4 H. G. Roebuck and Son, Inc., ....... .126 44 R9Y9r G91 ........ .......... ................ ....... Rove. J-. ......... RUMPIG. 5-. ......... ......... 44 111111911997 B-. ..... ......... 4 4 Sachs. J.. ........ ......... 2 4 Salmon: Ru ..... . .... .......... .2 4 SumP"llr B01 .................................. .24, Sflmpull. D-. ...... ...... .......... ........ 4 4 , 84, 85 500007. R-. ...... ............................ 44 , 84, 85 s....., J., ,,,,,,,,,, 31, 94, 95, 97, 107, 110 Schatz, J.. .......... ........................ 2 5, 86, 88 Sehvfr. B.. .... ..... Schlndele, J.,,,,, School Stare Schultz, S., ....... Schwleker, K., ....... Science Seminar, Scoreboard, ........ Scrlvinor, J., Senlor Band, . .... . Senior Day, .... Senior Play, ..... Seniors, .............. Senlor Snaps, Senior Top Ten, Sermons, W., ...... Shamrock, ...... Shimon, K., 90 .........,25. 83 .........aa ........l26 25 ..........a7 ........1o1 31 84, as ........110 ..........74 9 .. .... .. ...................... 36 25, 83, 86, 88, 90 79 Sfdqserdff. ........... Stansbury, R., .... Starr, W., ......... Steele, P., ........... Steelman, J., .... Sterling, R., .... Sterner, D., ..... Stlner, K., .... - ............................ 26 .......26, ao, 34, as, 87 86 ..........26, as . ........ 5, a Stetler, K., ....... .. ....................... . ...... ......... 4 4 sm., L. ........ ......... 2 6, 33, 101, 103, 107 Stone, E.', ...... .27, 31, 35, ao, 82, 90, 110 Stone, G., ................ ................................ 2 7 Strausser, A., ........ ........ .... . . 27, 84, 85, 89 Strawhorn, J., ..... Stroh, W., ...... so, 89 34, as Straup, J., .... ........ ..... .44 , 80 Strube, E., ......... 27, 74 Stubber, S., .............................................. 44 Stultz, N., ........ ...................,.............. 2 7, 74 Sulln, A.,....3, 27, 32, 36, 76, 83, 90, 126 Suter, R., ................................................. 44 Swartz, J., ...... ............ 2 7, 31, 35, 97, 110 Table of Contents, .... ...... ........ ................. .3 "The Tamlng ofthe Shrew,".. ............. 110 Tarter, K., ................ ........... .. .. ....... 8, 82 Taylor, C., ..... .... . .... 2 7 Taylor, H., ...... ......... 2 8 Taylor, K., ...... . ........ 44 Taylor, P., ...... ......... 2 8 Terrol, W., ........... .............. . .44 Thackston, L., ...... .................... 2 8 Thomas, C., ...,.-. .............. .28, 80, 110 Thompson, M., ...- ............................ .28, 74 Thornton, D., ... ........ .28, 34, 74, 107, 108 Thornton, M., .. ...... 28, 31, 35, 95, 97, 110 Silvers, D., ....... 44 Simpson, L., ... . ...... 25, 100 Slnes, J., ..... ................ 2 5 Smith, C., .... .......... 2 5, 76 Smith, H., ....... .25, 103 Smlth, J., ......... Smith, R., ................ ................ ................ 2 6 Smith, R., ...................................... ......,... 4 4 Smith, S., 26, 34, 36, 76, 80, 82, 86, 110 Smlth, T., ........ ............ ................ ............ 4 4 Snlder, D., .................. ............. ................ 4 4 Snyder, D., .... 26, 36, 68, 74, 84, 85, 126 Sollers, W., .............................. ......... . ,.44 Spaln, D., ..................... .. ......................... 44 Sparhawk, J., ...... ........ .......... 8 , 86 Spencer. B-. ..... .... . ..................... .3 1 SPOUCGP. E.. .... ........ 2 6, 80, 83, 101 Spencer, R., ........ ........... 4 3, 83, 126 Sports D.P., .......... ........ ....................... 9 1 128 Titus, D., ........ .. .......... ................ .... .......... 2 8 Tshudy, M., ..... ..................................... .44 Trlvett, E.,.. .... ................... 4 4 Trultt, L., .... ....... 2 9, 33, 75 Turner, B., .... . ................ .29 Tyree, H., .. .... .... .... ........... . .44 Upton, M., ..................... .... ................... 4 4 Varsity Basketball, .... .......... .................. 94 Varslty Hockey, ...... ............................... .1 00 Vogel, G., ............... .......... 1 0, 29, 83, 108 Van Hassel, W., .... .................... .29, 78 Van Aken, J., ..... .................... . ..45 Walker, N., ....... -------- 29 Warfel, J.,.... ........, 29 Warnock, K., .....,. ..45 Wossel, C.,. ..... ............. 4 5 Waters, V., ...... ....... 4 5, 126 Watson, R., .---- .........29 30 83 Watts, J., .............. ..................... w......, J., ...... .. .............. ...... ...... 1 0 , 30: 90 Wertz, D., ........., ....................................... 8 Wheeler, B.,.. 30, 36, 69, 00, 82, 83, 100 w1...1.., 1... ........... 30, 45, 90, 94, 95, 97 Wheeler, V., Whlte, P., ----- whltg, S,, .......... ... Whlteheod, R., ---- w1.1.1.,, c., ........ Wlghtman, C., ---- Wllllams, C.,' ------ ...............3g, 45, 33, 108 ........30, 35, 103 .... ............... 45 ..........30, 04, as Williams, C., ...... ........................ -5 , 8, 94 Wlllloms, 1-1., .................... 30, 04, as, 110 wnn., E., . .... ......... 1 0, 30, 35, 36, ao, 90 WII son, Army, ...... ........,......................... 1 26 Wilson, R., ......... Wllt, J., ........... Wood, E., ........ Woodward, J., ..... Wrobel, J., ....... ... Wrzeslnskl, B., .... . Zoeller, E., ..... ... Zook, F., ........ Zuck, C., .... 80, 82 31, 68, 82, 88 ........31


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