Edgewood High School - Aries Yearbook (Edgewood, MD)
- Class of 1958
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As you travel o'er 1ife's pathways, you will en-
counter numerous experiences you will wish to
relive, countless footsteps you would like to re-
Your days spent at EHS will always be among your
most cherished memories. Through the pages of
this 1957-58 yearbook, we have tried to recapture
moments you will want to remember. Our desire
is that as you leaf through these pages you will
have "June roses in December."
"The person who has a
firm trust in the Supreme
Being is powerful in his
power, wise by his wis-
dom, happy by his hap-
Mr. EARL I. LIGHTCAPJR. B.S.g M.S.
State Teachers College, West Chester, Pa., University of
There is a transcendent powerg in example, we reform others unconsciously when we walk upright.
Dedicating one's life to reforming others is one of the greatest services to the human race. Still
another great service is dedicating one's life to the development of desirable ideals and concepts in
the minds of those who hold the future of our c
Many times we have felt confused opposition. As we think back over our four years of high school, we
realize that his understanding, wisdom, and experience guided us in the right direction. A knowledge
an experience far surpassing that of our understanding. To a man whose search for everlasting wisdom
has not been in vain, we, the Senior Class, in appreciation of your sturdy hand of guidance, take great
pleasure in dedicating THE ARIES to you, Mr. Earl J. Lightcap, Jr.
Thanks for having kept us in line with the proper procedure.
ountry, and indeed the entire world, in their small
General John R. Bums, Mrs. Robert S. Fletcher, Harry W. Spraker, Charles W. Willis, Mr. Earl J. Lightcap.
7060, 6444 ' ' 1 - 1 I I it was cold and windy that day, the day ground was
broken for the new school at Edgewood. . .as cold as it
was when the stone was laid for our new Edgewood High. . .we stood there at ease and shivering, looking
forward and ever onward. . .to what?. . .we thought and dreamed. . .what would our future be at this
new school. . .what would be our fate in four unpredictable years. . .we would wait. . .we would see. . .
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B. Harmeyer, Mr. Walker, J. Lane, P. Stewart, J. SanBoeuf, and D. Munro.
. . . Yes, we worried about many things . . . individually and collectively as the Student Council . . .
just think . . . our class was the first to start the Student Council . . . several of our members had key
positions. . . we were the leaders, and it was time for us to lead. We worked together, solved problems
of all the many functions we guided and fostered through our last short year . . .
Jean SanBoeuf Jack Messman
President 57-58 President 56-57
FIRST ROW: M. S. Chapman, G. Montgomery, E. Riveria, L. Pennington, B. Shields, K Srlvena, A
Murray, S. Day. SECOND ROW: E. O'Quinn, D. Munro, J. San Boeuf, B. Harrneyer, P Stewart S
Rembold. THIRD ROW: G. Warner, R. Rayner, M. Howell, M. Bailey, Mr. L. Walker, E Watts, C
Doster, S. Fisher, H. McCracken, J. Lane, P. McComas, L. Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: J Messman J
Brawner, J. Bauer, E. Anderson, J. Valcik, A. Sedberry, K. Thomas, V. Blackburn.
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The "5'7 " football season was not a winning one for
the Rams. However, we cannot criticize too harshly.
We realize that the Rams played under a handicap
throughout the season. Before the season began and
continuing through the slate, a plague of injuries
struck the squad. Before it was over four starters
had received injuries incapacitating them for
The record stands, nevertheless, one victory and
seven defeats. Possibly their best game was
against the hard hitting Havre de Grace Warriors.
Although they went down in defeat Q14-71 the Ram
defense was sparkling, however, their offense
couldn't gain any momentum because of an over-
whelming amount of penalties.
They defeated North Dorchester Q31-OJ, but in the
residue of the season they were decisively beaten.
Without the large amount of injuries, whether they
could have faired better or not is pure speculation
and is something we will never know.
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FIRST ROW: A. Ward, D. Dean, B. Reinke,
Valcik, J. Wachter, G. Lampman, T. Strickla
M. Kennedy, J. LaRosa, J. Bowman, H. Alle:
Mgrs. R. Roberts, B. Nelson. SECOND ROW
D. Dehne, M. Miller, J. Hausner, T. Heintz,
'is, G. R. Harmeyer, R. Beall, C. Beall, T.
brook, J. Holzworth,Grafton, Coach. THIRD
N: Pasqual, Coach, C. Isaac, S. Valcik, N.
fberry, F. Taylor, P. McShane, B. Sewell, P.
Suigan, B. Chandler, S. Horinka, B. Ingalls.
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North Dorchester . .
St. Mary's . . .
Elkton . . . .
FIRST ROW: L. Shunk, E. Watts, V. McG1one, J. SanBoeuf, J. Cornes, J. Hughes. SECOND ROW: Mrs.
Simmons, Coach, G. Dale, D. Diem, C. Barker, R. Makarewicz, B. Harmeyers, W. Richardson, S. Fisher,
Mgrs. G. Collins, C. Frey.
"The outlook is good, this is the year," was the thought
in the minds of many persons and the varsity team as the
'57-'58 basketball season opened. This was to be the
best year ever in the history of the team.
Then came the big night of the first game which was
played on the home court with Havre de Grace when we
started the season off with a good victory Q50-321.
A tenth grader, Dotty Diem, was top scorer for the year.
Other stand -outs were Judy Cornes and Sue Fisher along
with the defensive star Jean San Boeuf who was our co-
Many volunteer hours were devoted graciously in practice
under the supervision of a fine coach, Mrs. Simmons. The
fighting sextet played hard and right winning 7 out of ll
games. Their energetic spirit and unceasing pep proved
that they had the will to win, but could also accept de-
feat without a discouraging word, and profit by the mis-
takes madeg therefore, we can look forward to a more
Mrs . Simmons, Coach
50 Havre de Grace 32
39 Elkton 9
42 Aberdeen 13
30 North Harford 36
52 West Nottingham 13
29 Bel Air 39
35 Havre de Grace 31
43 Aberdeen 18
43 West Nottingham 31
28 Bel Air 32
29 North Harford 33
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FIRST ROW: J. Davies, A. Brown, B. Cook, W. Wainright, J. Hayes. SECOND ROW: G. Collins S. Rembold
G. Maners, D. Yanahonis, M. Blackburn, Mrs. Simmons, N. Hinkley, M. McGuigan, T. Dean, J. Fisher, L. Sul-
livan, C. Frey.
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Fitzgerald, S. Fisher, V. Ross, T. Dean, R. Dick. THIRD ROW: J. Collins, N. Hinckley, F. Slaton, L. Ham-
mond, C Dale, B. Moyer, Mrs. D. Culver.
"Hey gang, let's go -- we just gotta win this
game!" Hard work co-operation and fast
playing were displayed in the Edgewood High
hockey games . . . the clatter of sticks hitting
balls and the shouts of the players were evidence
Two years previously, the team practiced the
whole season without scheduling any games.
Last year, all the teams in Harford County met
at one time and played several games. This
year the team played six games, three of
which they tied and three of which they lost.
The last game, which was played on the home
court, muSI have meant the most to the team
for it ended with a scoreless tie showing definite
Mush appreciation must be given to a most
deserving coach, Mrs. Dorothy Culver, for
volunteering so many hours of her time.
Mrs. Dorothy Culver, coach
A first was initiation in Harford County this year
when Edgewood High School participated in Inter-
Scholastic Wrestling. Although wrestling has been
carried on in a lesser fashion, this was the first year
it attained varsity status. Much credit should be
given to coach Malcomb McKnight, who was
largely responsible for the squad 's newly aquired
Although the squad did not win any engagements,
they still were very impressive. They lost by a
slim margin to St. Paul, and they were beaten
again in another match.
For a first year wrestling team, the Rams showed
much enthusiasm and were very successful. Some
of the outstanding performers were Don Yarnell,
Lewis Davis, and George Lohr.
FIRST ROW: C. Casteel, T. Thompson, G. Lohr, A. Lohr, C. Culp, L. Davis, Mr. McKnight SECOND
ROW: T. Hill B '
, . McCommons, J. Richmond, D. Munro, G. Lampman, T. Thompson, D. Seiser T
Pete Rivera, Dennis Fellenz, Herbie Allen, Ann Sedberry,
Heading into its second consecutive year, golf cer-
tainly caught the fancy of some seven powerful lads
Several days weekly these mighty seven, Bermuda
shorts, jagg shirts, and all, flocked to the Army
Chemical Center golf course to try their luck with
the woods and irons. At the time of this writing,
E.l-l.S. has only engaged in two matches, however,
both were clear victories. The first team tourna-
ment was staged with Charles Baker and Pete Rivera
trouncing Aberdeen 26 to O. The next match was
with West Nottingham. Although the score was not
overwhelming, the Rams came through 6 to 0.
Mr. Merril Grafton handled the coaching duties for
these linksters. Even though the season was short,
E.H.S. feels confident that the team will continue to
display its golfing prowess throughout the years.
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physical skill lay the more basic objectives of
physical education -- these objectives, leadership
creativeness, and development of personal virtues,
can be readily observed in our leaders.
Each year, outstanding students possessing such
qualifications with a desire to improve upon them
are appointed by the department to assist with the
gym classes giving them the opportunity to ex-
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ROW ONE: T. Heintz, H. Allen, B. English, H. Snell, C. Baker, S. Harman, J. Widrnan, D. King, Dr. Longyear.
ROW TWO: L. Mason, E. Saclera, D. Webb, T. Hill, D. Rawle, J. Hopkins, B. Frey, J. Swisher, C. Coulter. ROW
THREE: S. Richardson, B. Jenkins, L. Ziomek, A. Lewis, A. Sonberg, E. Goff, G. Harmeyer, J. Crouse. ROW
FOUR: M. Welch, B. Little, D. Fellenz, W. D. Welch, L. Howard, B. Hoffman, D. Wheeler, R. Stewart.
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TWO: E. Riveria, H. Hayes, M. Rogers, S. Mont-
gomery, L. Cook, J. Bellmeyer.
Dr. Longyear, Director
Mr. Eugene Culver
Each year, the Speech and Drama department, under
the direction of Mr. Eugene Culver, presents as its
cumulative dramatic exercise a play incorporating the
various dramatic principles learned throughout the year
This year, ANTIC SPRING, a play in one act, was pre-
sented. The play, written by Donald Hall is done with-
out the assistance of either sets or props, and revolves
around the actors ability to pantomime. The cast for
ANTIC SPRING, selected by the class casting commit-
Ginger ..... . . Helena McCracken
Robert .... . . Jerry Cablik
Sam . . . . . . . . John Holzworth
Gwendolyn . . . . . Loni Dehne'
Elbert ..... . . . Leland Johnson
Blossom ...... . . .Diddee Moree
Student Director . . . . Jack Lane
D Moree, J. Holzworth, L. Dehne, J. Cablik, L. McDaniel, H. McCracken, J. Lane, Mr. Culver.
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dentg Tom Heintz, Vice Presidentg Charles Beall,
. . .The senior class. . .fifty -seven of us. . .privileged to be the first
senior class in Edgewood's history. . .huddled together for meetings
. . .we struggled through English and P.O.D. classes. . .were paired
together to help each other. . .failing slips. . .open book tests. . .to-
gether. . .but each an individual. . .
JAMES LONSON ANDREWS
Activities: Science Club 10,115 Photography 105 "Lo, the
Gaunt Wolf" 105 Yearbook Staff 125 Science Fair Planning
Plans: Guidance Counselor.
Possesses a crazy Ford . . . found at the A SLP or out running
down deer UQ . . . happy-go-lucky Lon . . . often at Kings-
BARBARA ANN ANDERSON
Activities: Glee Club 9,10,11,12.
Barb . . . would like to change her bus . . . a cute, true
blonde . . . more fun when changing tires . . . handy with a
needle . . . quiet but nice.
JOSEPH IRVIN BAUER, Jr.
Activities: Football 9,10,115 Track 105 Basketball 9,10,11,125
Baseball 95 Student Council 10,11,12, Treasurer 125 Science
Club 105 Glee Club 105 Senior Ring Committee 11.
Plam: College or Armed Forces.
A11 around guy . . . Lucky Jinx . . . bashfully bold . . . pas-
times: girls, troubles, and sleeping . . . ace athlete . . . every
body's friend . . . crazy for Buicks.
CHARLES LOWE BEALL
Activities: Baseball 9,10,115 Basketball 9,10,11,l25 Football
l0,11,125 Student Council 95 Science Club 9,10, ll.
Charlie, our boy . . . bashful as they come . . . doesn't have
much to say . . . terrific sportsman . . . easy going . . . Holly
High High School . . . unsung hero.
JAMES H. BEA LL
Usually found with Carl or just driving around in the Hudson
. . . likes one girl . . . can be depended on to do his part . . .
friendly . . . machinist's apprentice.
MARILNE PATRICIA BECK
Activities: Assistant Office Secretary 11,125 Physical Edu-
cation Leader 95 Field Day Exhibition 9,105 Glee Club 9,105
Basketball 9,105 Hockey 95 Science Club 105 Dance Decoration
Committee 115 Yearbook Staff.
Plans: Secretary or Housewife.
"You know what Curry did?" . . . altar bound . . . loads of
fun . . . usually with Nancy and Barb . . . gum crazy.
ROSALIE MAE BOOTH
Activities: Glee Club 9,l0,ll ,125 Yearbook Staffg Office As-
sistant 11, 12.
Prett hair . . . works at diner . . . likes Bill . . . crazy laugh
. . . active church worker . . . always talking!
JIMMIE JACK BEVINS
Vocational "Jimmie Jack"
Jimmie Jack . . . hot Chevy . . . nice guy . . . hails from
Kentucky . . . southern drawl . . . usually with the boys or
working at the station.
JAMES EDWARD BRAWNER
General "Gentleman Jim"
Activities: Band 9,l0,llg Science Club 105 Rambler Staff 119
Basketball 125 Cheerleader 123 Student Council l'23 Yearbook
Our "Gentleman Jim" . . . dark and handsome . . . lots of fun
to have around . . . well-liked by all . . . neat dresser . . .
certain of success . . . enjoys Mr. Culver's rolls.
JOYCE ELAINE BROWN
Activities: Student Council 95 Cheerleaders 9,l0,l15 Glee Club
9,l0,1l,l25 Science Club 10,115 "Curtain Going Up" 95 "Lo, the
Gaunt Wolf" 105 Modern Dance Concert 115 Softball 95 Fashion
Show 115 Bus Patrol 9,105 Christmas Program 10,115 Athletic
Award's Committee 115 Assistant Office Secretary 11,125 Ram-
bler Staff 115 Dance Publicity Staff 9,115 Senior Class President
Plans: Who Knows?
Blonde . . . has a job . . . always ready for a joke . . . Bill
. . . likes a certain Mercury . . . usually seen with Jan.
RUTH ANNE BROWN
Activities: Glee Club 10,115 Library Board 9,l0,ll,l25 Dance
Decoration Committee 125 Science Club 10511.
Quiet and attentive . . . likes reading and speech and drama
. . . giggles . . . good student.
GEORGE STANLEY CHURN
Vocational "George "
Very good looking and extremely quiet . . . Giraffe . . . dark
hair . . . pretends to be shy, but we know better.
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GLENNA RUTH COLLINS
Activities: Glee Club 9,1O,11,12Q Basketball 1O,11Q Major-
ettes 115 Softball 93 Hockey 93 Drum Majorette 12.
Our majorette . . . has her diamond . . . great gal . . . pretty
hair . . . always with Virgie . . . sweet and petite.
NANCY MAE COMBS
Activities: Student Council 115 Library Board 9,10,113 Glee
Club 9,1O,ll,l23 Science Club 9,103 Assistant to Office Sec-
retary 11,123 Softball 9,103 Basketball 9,10,l13 Bus Patrol
9,1O,113 Chairman of Dance Decoration Committee 11g Senior
Never stops talking . . . giggles . . . Ed . . . typical steno . . .
HELEN ELIZABETH DALE
Activities: Library Assistant 11,125 Assistant Office Secretary
11,125 Glee Club 9,l0,11,12j Science Club 9,10,11Q Photog-
raphy Editor of Yearbook3 Dance Decoration Committee 11.
Plans: Attend Harford Junior College.
Short dark hair . . . "Daring Da1e" . . . shutterbug for the an-
nual . . . will work like a fiend . . . outdoor type . . .summer
home . . . office pool . . . Airborne.
LEWIS DAVIS, Jr.
Activities: Football 10,11,12g Basketball 9,123 "Curtain Going
Up" 93 Glee Club 9,10,12.
Plans: College or Service Academy
Our Dago . . . fabulous . . . exaggerates something awful . . .
always causes a riot . . . always busy doing nothing . . . every-
body knows and likes Louie . . . crazy dancer . . . loves
WILLIAM RUSSEL DEAN
Activities: Patio Party Committee 11.
Plans: To own my own business.
Drives a light blue Ford . . . Likes girls and would do anything
for them . . . nice personality . . . works at Anderson's . . .
DENIS E. DEI-INE
Activities: Baseball 109 Football 10,11,125 Basketball 10,115
Student Council 103 Dramatics ll.
Plans: College or Military Academy.
Movie-star material . . . oh! that brilliant Buick . . . likes
rock 'n roll . . . distinguishingly gray . . . very reserved . . .
good student . . . "work it out, let's see."
JOAN CHRISTINE FINK
MARJORIE MAY ALETI-IA DUFFIELD
Activities: Pep Squad 9,105 Tumbling Team 9,105 Archery
Team 9,105 Dramatics Club 95 Y-Teens5 Bi Phi Chem5 Math
Club5 Home Economics Club 105 Science Club 10.
Long red hair . . . very quiet . . . extremely nice . . . new
to us this year . . . constantly snapping pictures . . . refined.
General "Luck "
Plans: Womens' Army Corps
Headed for Wacs . . . nice to know . . . has hidden talents . . .
Lucky . . . quiet and dependable . . . will get along well in 5
her chosen field .
KAREN ANN HARDY
Activities: Science Club 10,115 Bus Patrol 95 Student Council
115 Softball 95 Dance Decoration Committee 115 Assistant Of-
fice Secretary 11,125 Rambler Staff 115 Patio Party Committee
115 Field Day Exhibition 9,1o.
Never without a problem . . . pretty eyes . . . gift of gab . . .
likes short hair . . . has trouble with flat tires . . . likes
Chevy's . . .crazy about Pa.
AUDREY BROOKE HARMEYER
Activities: Glee Club 9,10,115 Science Club 10,115 Modern
Dance Concert 125 Yearbook Sports 125 Library Board 10,11,125
Vice-President of the Student Council 10,125 Patio Party
Committee 115 Dance Committee 11,125 School Spirit Com-
mittee 125 School Scrapbook Chairman 10,115 School Historian
115 Basketball Team 9,10,11,12.
Plans: Nursing and becoming an airline stewardess.
Just call on Brooke . . . great asset to EHS . . . Fran . . . a
great gal . . . friend to all . . . will be a success in whatever
she chooses . . . has a favorite '55 White Sun Valley Mercury.
EDWARD THOMAS HEINTZ
Activities: Band 9,10,l1,125 Glee Club 9,10,l15 Baseball 95
Student Council 115 Football l0,l1,125 Basketball 105 Wrestling
Likedby all . . .just call on Heintz . . . Hey, Mouse . . . Likes
to eat and sleep . . . dependable . . . how did he ever pass
economic geography??? huh, Joyce and Jan Ui.
PATRICIA FRANCES HIRSHAUER
Activities: Leader in Physical Education 115 Dance Decoration
Committee 125 Yearbook Staff 125 Advertising Committee.
Likes skating rinks and bowling alleys, not to mention all the
diners . . . cute as a button . . . what a riot . . . great
character . . . Mr. Culver's special assistant for yearbook.
JEANNE DOLORES HUGHES
Activities: Basketball 9,10,11,l2g Hockey 11,125 Softball
10,115 Science Club 10,113 Rambler Staff 11, Assistant Of-
fice Secretary 11,125 Field Day Exhibition 9,1O.
Plans: Secretary or marriage.
Sweet little blonde . . . Georgie . . . usually with Joyce . .
has a sparkler, too . . . good athlete.
Activities: Junior Varsity Football 103 Varsity Football 11,123
Rambler Staff 115 Sports Writer for Yearbook: Dramatics
Lacrosse 105 Patio Party Committee 11, Basketball Score-
Plans: College - Physical Education Teacher
Hey John, what's your nickname . . . our fantastic score-
keeper . . . blushes easily . . . lives for jokes . . . our guy . . .
Bel Air's loss, our gain . . . crazy hair style . . . expert on
Activities: Band 93 Baseball 9.
Everybody knows Mouse . . . little guy . . . likes hunting and
fishing . . . would rather do anything than go to school . . .
always with the boys.
RICHARD ALLEN JOHNSON
Activities: Band 9,10,l1.
Al . . . one of our shop boys . . . sports a blackChevy . . . a
very nice guy to know . . . has irl troubles . . . a budd to
everyone . . . always ready with a smile . . . tall, dark, and
RUTH VIRGINIA KEITHLEY
Activities: Science Club 10,115 Dramatics, "Lo, the Gaunt
Wolf"g Assistant in the Office.
Plans: Secretary and Medical Technologist.
Good student . . . works at the 5 and 10 . . . likes to drive . .
awfully quiet . . . willing to work . . . college bound.
THOMAS JOSEPH KNIGHT
General ' '
Plans: Air Force.
Red hair . . . Air Force bound . . . Faye . . . oh that lunch
time rendezvous . . . what's cooking, doc . . . found your car
JAN AUGUSTINE H. LIWSKI
Activities: Football 10,113 Basketball 9,l0,11,123 Track 113
Baseball 103 Science Club 10.
Plans Anna olis
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Army brat fnot reallyj . . . everybody's pal . . . crazy laugh
. . . slouches constantly . . . likes girls, naturally . . . more
fun . . . "What' cha doing" . . . "Gus the Greatest" . . . has
JOAN ALICE LEI-IR
Acitivities: Science Club 103 Dance Decoration Committee
123 Yearbook Staff 12.
The class artist . . . long blonde hair . . . appreciates the finer
things of life . . . doesn't care for physics . . . good seamstress.
ANDREW HERBERT LOHR, Jr.
Activities: Football 10,115 Wrestling 123 Class Ring Selection
Committee 113 Patio Party Committee 11.
Handsome . . . fine personality . . . terrific build . . . 9, lot of
fun . . . always ready to pitch in and help . . . liked by all.
ROSE MARIE ANN MAKAREWICZ
Activities: Basketball 9,10,11,125 Dramatics 105 Hockey
Team 95 Modern Dance Concert 11,125 Patio Party Committee
115 Gym Exhibit 10,115 Field Day Exhibition 10,11.
Tall . . . usually with Jean . . . pretty hair and eyes . . . goes
out for sports . . . often seen in a blue Chevy . . . no wonder
its Joe's . . . has a "Rainbow" around her finger.
VIRGIE COLENE McGLONE
Activities: Glee Club 9,1O,l1,125 Majorettes 11,125 Basketball
9,l0,ll,125 Softball 95 Hockey 95 Patio Party Committee 115
Sportsmanship Committee 10.
Has trouble getting to school on Mondays and Fridays . . .
Chico . . .
FRANCIS PATRICK MCSHANE
Activities: Football 10,11,125 Basketball 9,l0,115 Glee Club
105 Science Club 105 Class Play 95 Band 9,105 Dramatics 11.
Plans: College- to become a Physical Education Teacher.
Big Pat . . . lots of fun . . . "Hey, Pat, where's your pipe?" . . .
nice looking . . . likes to have fun . . . liked by all . . . trips
JACKIE LEROY MESSMAN
Activities: Baseball 105 Basketball 10,11,125 Student Council
10,115 Student Council President 115 Editor-in-Chief of Year-
book5 Senior Ring Committee5 Science Club 10,115 Fashion
Show 115 Penny Drive Chairman 11.
Plans: College - Mechanical Engineer.
Always does his share . . . has trouble with girls . . . straight
honor student . . . goes in for sports . . . editor-in-chief
supreme . , . nice to know . . . learning to play bridge . . .
JO ANN LEE MORKOSKY
Activities: Student Council 10, Secretary 115 Bus Patrol 9,105
Dramatics 105 Glee Club 9,10,1l,125 Science Club 10,115
Yearbook Business Manager5 Cheerleaders 9,10,115 Penny Drive
Co-chairman 115 "Lo, the Gaunt Wolf" 105 Softball 95 Music
Chairman 10,115 Library Board 9,105 Assistant Office Secretary
11,125 Fashion Show 115 Rambler Staff 115 Sportsmanship Code
Chairman 105 Band Queen 10.
Willing to do more than her share, and usually does . . . uses
H O2 frequently . . . kools a crazy Ford . . . usually seen in the
oizlice . . . dark Q?j hair and eyes . . . loads of fun . . . "Naow"
. . . E.H.S. will never forget her many excellent contributions.
JANISE GRACE MORRISON
Stenographic Commercial "Jan"
Activities: Glee Club 9,10,11,l25 Dramatics 105 "Lo the Gaunt
Wolf" 105 Modern Dance 115 Patio Party Committee 115
Rambler Staff 115 Office Secretary 11,125 Bus Patrolman 105
Science Club 105 Softball 9.
Intelligent . . . Kenny . . . sometimes quiet, but a real great
gal . . . loads of fun . . . usually with Joyce . . . never a dull
moment . . . neat, sweet, and hard to beat.
DOUGLAS RUSSELL MUNRO
Activities: Football 10,115 Basketball 9,1O,115 Baseball 95
Student Council Treasurer 125 Science Club 105 Class Play 9.
Plans: Industrial Engineering.
Extremely good looking . . . neat dresser . . . reserved . . .
college bound . . . usually seen with McShane . . . a heart
NORTON S. NEWBERRY
Activities: Football 10,125 Softball 9,105 Trampoline Team
115 Tumbling Team 11.
Plans: Civil Engineering.
The class clown . . . new this year from Aberdeen . . . likes to
hitchhike, huh . . . everybody's buddy! . . . Good ole' Noot.
WANDA LEE RICHARDSON
Activities: Basketball Team 10,1l,125 Glee Club 9,105 Science
Club 9,10,l15 Yearbook Committee 125 Patio Party Com-
mittee 115 Modern Dance 11,125 Softball Team 10.
Works at the A QP . . . long brown hair . . . good athlete . . .
nice to know . . . quiet . . . loves to dance . . . sweet.
ROBERT DEAN ROSE
Activities: Glee Club 95 Football 9.
Plans: Join the Air Force.
The strong, silent type . . . Rosie . . . nice guy . . . pretty
eyes . . . usually with the boys.
JOSEPH FRANK RICHMOND
Activities: Projection Crew 105 Science Club 10,115 Wrestling
Plans: Harford Junior College, then a Ph.D. in electricity.
Joe . . . our favorite intellect . . . P.O.D .... swell guy to
know . . . amateur ham . . . has Ford trouble . . . what hap-
pened to Algebra I, Joe?
ANNA LOUISE RYAN
Activities: Glee Club 9,103 Science Club 9,10,l1,12g Gym
Leader 125 Modern Dance Concert 123 Yearbook Advertising
12g Library Board 113 Field Day 11.
Small and quiet . . . dark hair and eyes . . . good in bookkeeping
. . . nice to know . . . once went to Havre de Grace High.
LAURETTA JEAN SanBOEUF
Activities: Ring Committee 113 Patio Party Committee 113
Steering Committee Secretary 95 Student Council 10,11, Vice
President: 12 President, Dance Concert 11,125 Basketball
10,11,125 Softball 93 Science Club 9,1O,l1, President: Gym
Exhibit 115 Class Play 95 Dramatics 105 Office Secretary 123
Yearbook Staff 125 Senior Class Organization Committee 129
Field Day 10,115 Cheerleader 9,103 Glee Club 9, Bus Patrol 99
Christmas Pageant 10.
Plans: College Bound.
Hails from North East . . . Madam President of the Student
Council . . . Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair . . . friendly
. . . fancy free . . . B.A.R .... digs sports cars the mostest.
ROBERT SCOTT SEWELL
Activities: Football 9,10,11g Basketball 9,10,11,12g Track
9,10,11,12g Student Council Chairman 95 Awards Committee
9,103 Glee Club 9,10,12g Science Club 10,113 "Curtain Going
Plans: College - Air Force Officer.
A tall 6 footer . . . great in sports . . . likes water skiing and
track . . . wants to make a quick million and own a solid gold
Cadillac . . . great guy . . . off to the ivy-covered halls.
ROBERT DALE SHIVELY
Plans: Auto Machinist.
Likes Ford products . . . Nancy . . . good build . . . nice to
know . . . quiet and reserved . . . friendly.
Plans: Auto Machinist.
Better known as Dean . . . Claire . . . works at Rickett's
station . . . a twin . . . dark . . . ornery but lots of fun . .
would do anything for you.
LOIS JEAN SHUNK
Activities: Basketball 9,lO,1l,12g Hockey 95 Softball 95 Bus
Plans: Housewife or telephone operator.
Good athlete . . . What's cooking, Lou--rattle those pots and
pans . . . "The Joker ls Wild" . . . always ready for a laugh
. . . wears a badge . . . willing to help.
GEORGE STEWART SILLING
Activities: Wrestling 9,1O,11g Soccer 9,1O,115 Science Club
9,10,11g Leader in Physical Education 10,115 Bus Patrolman 9.
Goes in for lots of clothes and crazy hair styles . . . drives a
Chevy . . . can talk his way out of anything . . . Likes rock 'n
RONALD LEROY SKILLMAN
Ornery as they come . . . "Hey, I-Ieintz" . . . blond hair and
freckles . . . "Cut it out you guys!" . . . lives for fun . . . can
well do without school.
ROBERT MADISON STAMPER
General "Mountain Man"
Swinging Olds . . . boy with a crazy pink shirt . . . always
ready to express his ideas, whether right or wrong . . . one of
the shop gang . . . freckles.
WANDA JEAN SPICER
Activities: Glee Club 9,10,11,125 Dramatics 11,125 Christmas
Pageant fangeljg Advertising, Newspaper Staff 11.
Has her diamond from Joe . . . headed for the altar . . an
Edgewood gal . . . pretty clothes . . . seen in a black and red
PATRICIA ANN STEWART
Activities: Glee Club 9-123 Dramatics Class 103 Stud. Coun.
Sec. 123 Christmas Program 103 Bus Patrol 115 Yearbook
Staff, Adv. Comm. 123 "Lo, The Gaunt Wolf," 103 Decoration
5'2" eyes of blue . . . comes from Mississippi . . .typical
Southern Belle . . . for some crazy reason, she carrys around a
can of beans! . . . soft and sweet.
ERVIN MCDONALD YARNELL
Activities: Treas. Stud. Coun. 103 Student Coun. Rep. 9-115
Wrestling 10-125 Basketball 9,103 Science Club 9-113 Base-
ball 9,105 "Curtain Going Up" 103 "Lo, the Gaunt Wolf," 9.
Plans: College, then the Air Force.
Don . . . never a dull moment . . . motorcycle ace . . .
loads of fun . . . "Tom Sawyer" ffl . . .blond flat-top . . .
real cute . . . likes the girls.
JOAN MARY WIDMAN
Activities: Band 11,12.
Good Seamstress. . . Ronnie . . . will make a good home-
maker . . . one of Dr. Longyear's students . . . often seen i
white and red uniform . . . quiet.
LAWRENCE P. ZIOMEK
Activities: Band 9,10,113 Science Club 9,103 Vice Preside
of Science Club IOQ Dance Band 10311.
Plans: Harford Junior College or University of Maryland.
Larry . . . very helpful . . . has finally mastered the keys ,
Front Seat Tag--Science Club picnics . . . burns the rubbe
off the Chevy.
Mr. R. Eugene Culver
Salisbury S.T.C. , A.A., B.S.:
University of Maryland, Pennsyl-
vania State Universityg University
To our Chief Director, Mr. Culver, the Senior Class sincerely thanks you for having so competently kept
the show in progress. Whenever times become critical and help was needed, your advice and direction
your unfailing loyalty and support, and your never ending sacrifices were all serious notes of encourage-
ment in our lives.
As the curtain falls on the last act, we, the cast, can look back and see many rehearsals that will always
have a special place in our hearts.
Now that the show has ended, we look upon it with praise, and the Director knows that his work has not
been in vain, for the world sees the casting of honest and respectable individuals.
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Home Economics Economic Geography
Mr. JOSEPH BROWN
Mr. JOHN BATOR Mr. WAYLAND COATES
Attendance Counselor Problems of Democracy
Mathematics Business Law
Mrs. MARTHA CASSELL
Mrs. MARILYN BIEGALLE Mr. JOHN COONEY
Bookkeeping, Typing Drafting
General Business Training Wood Shop
Mrs. DOROIHY CULVER Miss CLAUDETTE HUDAK
United States History Junior Chorus
Core, Hockey Music
Mrs. BARABARA GROSS
Mr. EUGENE CULVER Miss HELEN HULL
English 12, Speech Mathematics
Advanced Composition Science
Mr. ROBERT HILBERT
Mr. MERRIL GRAFTON Mrs. VIRGINIA JORDAN
Physical Education Typing, Shorthand
Football, Basketball Office Practice
Miss HELEN KRACKENFELS Mr. MALCOM McKNIGHT
English, Core Mathematics
Mr. RAYMOND MACE
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Mrs. JEAN LAWYER . . Miss PATRICIA NAUSS
Core, Home Economics Senior Chorus
Mr. JOHN MALE
Dr. RAE LONGYEAR Mr. MARION PARKER
Instrumental Music Core, Science
Mr. JAMES PASQUAL Miss VIRGINIA SILER
Drivers Education Mathematics
Physical Education Chemistry
Junior Varsity Basketball
Mrs. MABEL SCARBOROUGH
Mrs. VIRGINIA POINIANTEER Mrs. DOLORES SIMMONS
French, Latin Physical Education
Mrs. LUCY SELLHSI
Mr. DONALD REED Mrs. JOAN SLEEPER
Sixth Grade Core, Biology
Miss SARAH TAYLOR ' Miss GLORIA SNYDER
Core, World History Librarian
Mrs. EVELYN WILSON
Mr. LEVVIS WALKER Mrs. CATHERINE HOLDEN
Student Council Adviser Secretary .
Mrs. ESTELIE WRIGHT
Miss SUSAN WATSON Mrs. SARAH GUNTHER
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We, the graduating class of 1958, wish to thank all of the people who
through their very generous advertising and patronizing have made
possible THE ARIES.
The c s. P SERVICE STATION 'Owe
Perfect Sinclair Products-Auto Repairs
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Kingsviller Md' Aberdeen Maryland
Phone Lyric 2-3711
WORTHMAN'S Eooo MARKET H' G' WCOMMQNS
2042?Eusw0nh St reet INSURANCE AGENCY
Baltimore Maryland Magnolia' Md'
Phone Edgewood 21W2
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
FIRST GRADUATING CLASS
COOMES' WHITE STAR
Route 4-0 and Edgewood Road
Serving the finest foods of
STEAKS-SEA FOOD-CHOPS Jim Bfawnfff
and Helen Dale
Edgewood 680 Tom Heimz
Come in and we will aim to please!! giggrjgdfiiighes
MARYLAND'S LARGEST SHOE MANUFACTURER
PRESENTS AN UNEQUALED OPPORTUNITY
TO YOUNG MEN and WOMEN
TO GROW TO LEADING POSITIONS IN THE PLANT OR SALES DEPT
D X X
NEAREST RETAIL STORES:
Belcamp - BelAir - Havre de Grace
PRESTON'S STATIONERY STORE
SCHOOL sr OFFICE SUPPLIES
HALLMARK - NORCROSS CARDS
Bel Air, Md. Phone as
Prop. MRS. IDA MAE AYERS
Edge. 2351 Pulaski Hwy.
CHAS. D. JOHNSON 8. SON
APPLIANCES 81 FURNITURE
GAS 81 APPLIANCES
42 N. Main St. Bel Air 141
H. K. McCOMAS 81 SON
MOTOR SALES COMPANY
CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC
SALES and SERVICE
Bel Air, Maryland
Telephone Bel Air 45 or 46
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in ice cream.
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SONBERG'S SERVICE STATION
FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS
t0uCl1 Of quality BOATS - ACCESSORIES - BOAT MOTORS
F. W. WOOLWORTH 8: CO.
5-7 S. Maln SI.
Bel Air, Maryland
MRS. GEO. C. BROWN
DANIEL L. MORRIS
Rt. 4-0 81 Edgewood Road
6-C THE EDGEWOOD EAGLES
JOSPEH A. SKILLMAN
PLUMBING and HEATING
Phone: Edgewood 686
CLASS OF 7-C
CLASS OF 8-D
CLASS OF 7-E
CLASS OF 9-B 8. MRS. GROSS
EDWARDS MOTOR CO.
CLASS OF 10-C
6-A THE BUSY BEE WILSONS
BOYD az FULFORD
EDW. C. MAISENHALDER PHARMACY
Main Street Phone: 65 Bel Air, Maryland
ORDER OF DE MOLAY
JOPPA SHOE STORE
SHOE REPAIRING - NEW SHOES SOLD
Old Phila. and ,loppa Roads - Joppa, Maryla
COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES
Route 7, Joppa, Mary a d
Phone: Bel Air 12
HIRSCH'S MEN'S STORE
Bel Airls Exclusive Store for Men and Boys
Best Quality at Lowest Prices
9 Main Street Bel Air, Md.
CROUSE'S GROCERY STORE E
Joppa, Maryland Wilna 94-5W3
H. RAEMER ESSO
dgewood Rd. SI Pulaski Hwy.
Phone: Edgewood 689
RICKETTS' AMOCO STATION
Rt. 7 and 24-
Phone: Edgewood 252.1
Willoughby Beach Road
MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP
Phone: Edgewood 54-4.1
FRONT END SERVICE
Telephone: Edgewood 52W1
CRAlG'S GROCERY STORE
JOINES MOTOR COMPANY
Telephone: Edgewood 666
FRANK'S MEN ln BOYS' WEAR
Edgewood Shopping Center
CENTER SERVICE STATION, INC.
ART'S TEXACO OIL COMPANY
CLASS OF II-C
CLASS OF II-B
FYLE 8: MILLER INSURANCE AGENCY
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
211 U. Phila. Blvd. Aberdeen, Md.
Phone: Aberdeen 1373
CLASS OF I I-D
JOPPA TEENAGE CLUB
BEL AIR ROLLER RINK
Bel Air 84-8
1 Mile North of Bel Air
U. S. Highway 31
P. T. A.
A a. L morons
' Direct Factory Dealer Phone Bel Air 105 Nights Wilna 948
P 1 li' H'gh
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107 South Main Street Bel Air, Maryland
John J. Anderson Phone: Edge. 130
Edgewood, Md. Phone 324
Free Television 81 Air Conditioning
In all 24 luxurious units
Gilford and Ruth Smith
Phone: Bel Air 528 81 1157 X 7,1
MILLER APPLIANCE SERVICE CO.
Dumont TV-York Air Conditioning
A Complete Line of
Name Brand Appliances
Bottle Gas Service
Bel Air, Maryland V
Phone: Bel Air 4-38
GETZ JEWELRY AND GIFT SHOP
SONBERG'S CLOVER FARM STORE
13 North Main Street
Bel Air, Maryland
Edgewood 56 Havre de Grace 947.1
L 81 H CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY
Box 665 101 St. John St.
Edgewood, Maryland Havre de Grace, Md.
Be Well Groomed-It Becomes You
U. S. Route 40
Phone: Aber. 73
PEabody 2-7675 ORleans 5-5260
THE LOMBARD TRANSFER
MOVING and HAULING
3609 Ravenwood A B l imore 13, Md.
V.F.W. POST 5337
MR. and MRS.
EDMOND SCARBOROUGH, SR.
HINDER MOTORS, INC.
Lincoln and Mercury
Compliments of Sales and Service
S. Philadelphia Blvd.
Aberdeen, Md. I
"Always a Friendly Welcomei'
Phone: 108 Compliments Of
Edgewood, Md. cocA-coLA Bomms wKs., :Nc
Havre de Grace
Your Local Clover Farm Store
To The First
Edgewood High School
We wish you all a successful future and invite your patronage.
TV 81 Radio Service
Phone: Edgewood 5
When in doubt as to where to eat
THE EDGEWOOD DINER.
Located at Rt. 4-0 and Edgewood Rd.
We have a nice selection of
Sea Food in Season
Full Course Sunday Dinners-
Half Price to Children
Up to 12 years old
MRS. LAWYER'S CLASS
CLASS OF 10-D
Creative Hair Styles
Mrs. Ruth C. Strickland
REUBEN'S CATERING SERVICE
Bel Air, Md.
Best Wishes for Success
Graduating Class of 1958
THE JOHN C. MORKOSKY FAMILY
-CLASS OF I I-A-
ROBERT C. JENNESS
8-B AND MR. PARKER
TV SERVICE BLACKBURNS GROCERY
Qualit Meats 81 Produce
Edgewood 690 We deliverflrghongllidge. 328
Edgewood Road, Edgewood, Md.
HAVRE DE GRACE
The Light Refreshment
54-0 Queen Street E.
Sault Ste. Marie,
Allen M. Duffield
Howard K. McComas Ill
Margaret C. Lampmon
M!Sgt. 8- Mrs. Frank F. Stewart
Lt, Col. 8. Mrs. E. J. Dehne
Mr. 8- Mrs. Thomas J. Jordan
Mr. Bi Mrs. Elwood Denbow
Mr. A Mrs. James Beck
Caroly Lynn Barker
Philip T. Fisher
Chaplain 8. Mrs. Kenneth Lindner
C. W. O. 8- Mrs. D. L Pate
Donna B Bobby Bosworth
MfSgt. 8- Mrs. Allen S. Ingalls, Sr.
Dr. 8- Mrs. Warren Lesch
Mr. 81 Mrs. T. S. Moyer
Mr. 8- Mrs. Lee Corbin
Michael's General Store
Mrs. Geo. W. Litchfield
Mr. A Mrs. Robert S. Fletcher
Mr. 8- Mrs. Henry Pouska
Court Square Stationery Co,
Mr. L Mrs. G. K. Cobb
Western Auto Associate Store
Motor Sales Company
Mr. 8- Mrs. Robert Gaunt
Mr. 5 Mrs. Robert C. Carter
Mr. B. Mrs. W. H. McCommons
Mr. Thomas F. Hodges
Mr. L Mrs. Roger Price
Mr. B Mrs. Bernard McNamara
Mr. 8: Mrs. Russell C. Lewis
Mr. G Mrs. John L. Brown
James A. O'Keete
Mrs. E. F. Lantz
Mr. 8- Mrs. Wesley Everitt
Mr. 8- Mrs. Charles A. Frey
Mr. 8. Mrs. Charles Cook
Mrs. Gilbert O. Cumbaw
Lt. 8- Mrs. John Berner
Mr. B. Mrs. Victor Albrecht
Mr. B Mrs. Howard Martin
Mr. B Mrs. David G. Himmer
Mr. 8. Mrs. Emory Robinson
Jackie and Bunky Morkosky
H. E. Seeger
Georgia l. Silveria
Mr. 8. Mrs. Victor J. Hirshauer
Mr. 8. Mrs. Emmett Spicer
Mr. 8- Mrs. F, B. McGinnis
Mr. 5 Mrs. Latham Martin
Mr. 8- Mrs. Robert S. Taylor, Jr.
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Mr. 8. Mrs. A. J. Rhudy
Gus J. Machlinski
Mr. A Mrs. Charles-R. Duncan
. ,Ricky Wolfe
Mr. 6- Mrs. William Lemcke
Mrs. Elizabeth Greene
Mrs. Mary A. Holcomb
Mr. 8. Mrs. S. H. Anderson, Jr.
Mr. 8- Mrs. Fred Schlereth
Y' Mrs. Audrey S. Harmeyer
Mrs. Elizabeth McConnell
Mr. George Holdorf
The National Store
Bel Air Hobby and Photo Center
Mr. B. Mrs. Alvin N, Jupiter
Robert Coleman, Jr.
t Joan Davies
Mr. 8. Mrs. Robert H. Frickel
Jimmy and Theda
Mr. L Mrs. Paul H. Frazer
MfSgt. 8- Mrs. J. Bates
,Thomas W. Mackey
Xi Terry Rubenacker
M!Sgt. 8- Mrs. Reitz
Mr. Edward Thomas
Norman Davis 8- Son
Mr. 8- Mrs. James Pouska
Mr. 8- Mrs. F. J. Spies
Mrs. P. B. Hirshauer
Mr. 8- Mrs. William Domby
Mr. Robert Starr
Mrs. V. E. Hirshauer
Mr. Earl J. Lightcap, Jr.
Q cluudene soboiewska
Mr. 81 Mrs. Biegalle
Ruth Ann Edwards
fJohn C. Bator
wi Budne Reinke
vw Jerry Valcik
Kenneth K. Kesterson
F. A. Scott
Lonnie and Linda
Lawrence P. Ziomek
Pres. Allen Lewis
Vice Pres. Kenny Messman
Miss Lois Duty
-E. S. Willis
Mr. L Mrs. Joseph A. Ziomek
Mrs. Charlie Davidson
Jim and Margaret
Mr. 6 Mrs. Aaron Anderson
Forwood Motor Sales
Mr. 8- Mrs. Herman E. Skillman
Mr. A Mrs. Merrill Grafton
Mr. 8- Mrs. Charles B. Anderson, Sr.
Col. Bi Mrs. R. J. Karpen
M!Sgt. and Mrs. Alben Giannini
Col. and Mrs. E. G. Bennett
Col. and Mrs. James Allen, Jr.
Mr. Russell H. Silling
Peggy Jo Earle
Capt. 8- Mrs. John P. Byrne
Mrs. E. C. Wright
Chaplain 8. Mrs. L. H. Jongewaord
Capt. Charles H. Creamer
Lt. Col. G. M. Correll
Lt. Col. H. E. Staples
Mr. 8- Mrs. Sedberry
x,fMai. 8- Mrs. M. L. Mott
Capt. Bi Mrs. L. E. Forkhamer
Leslie C. Robertson
Mrs. H. T. Timberlake
Mai. 8- Mrs. John Lehmen
Capt. 8: Mrs. F. B. Parish
Lt. Col. 8- Mrs. M. A. Ross
Mr. 8- Mrs. Grayson O. Silling
Mrs. Bessie B. Silling
Mr. L Mrs. John C. Morkosky
Mr. B- Mrs. Paul L. Silling
Mrs. Josephine Heintz
Miss Sheila Mae Heintz
Mr. B Mrs. David Marll
Mr. 8- Mrs. Carl Crisco, Jr.
Mr. 8- Mrs. Donald Price
Lt. Col. A Mrs. Robert D, George
Ji Marian Chapman
' Dickie George
f,Lt. Col. 8. Mrs. James A. Chapman
Lt. 8. Mrs. R. A. Wagner
I Lt. Col. 8- Mrs. J. F. Lane
VCapt. li Mrs. T. J. Burke
JMoi. A Mrs. J. E. Davies
Mr. B Mrs. William Froster
Mr. Edward Heintz
Mr. Edward Hanzlik
J. B. Crenshaw
Mr. B Mrs. Alexander Watts
8-C and Mrs. Culver
Mr. 8- Mrs. John Gunther
yMai. 8- Mrs. G. H. Roberts
Holly Hill Motel
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