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We dedicate this book to MISS MARGARET A. BOWERS in appreciation
of the guidance and help she has given the Senior Class in all
its activities. Also, We are grateful to her for her
assistance in the preparing of this, the first
yearbook ever published in Elkton
Table of Contents
Editor-in-chief .,..... ....,. R obert McBride
Assistant editor ...,... .....,.. P atricia Morgan
Business Manager ..,... .,.............,...............................,..,..,..,,..,.. E dmund Pratt
Committee Chairmen ..... ,.....,................ E mily Spence, Roger Merrill, Margot Albinson
Neta Galinski, Miller Jensen
Jane Martenis Barbara Evans
Vernon McKnight Mary Etta Rudolph
Bill Liedlich Lillie Scott
Howard Peterson Julia Eder
Kenneth Bouchelle Jack McMenamin
Typists ...... ,.,..,..............,......,...., ..... S e nior Commercial Students
Adviser .,.... .......,.... M argaret A. Bowers
H. E. MCBRIDE, GUY JOHNSON,
BOARD Of EDUCATION
MRS. WALLACE WILLIAMS
HARVEY R. BUCK
Ii. H. S. faculty
Standing, left to right:
WILLIAM A. MURPHY, A. REBECCA SMITH, HELEN E. HARDING,
VIRGINIA SMITH, FRANCELIA M. IVERSON, CORA A. DUNN, KATHERINE M.
BRATTON, ANNA PETHERSKY, HARRY C. HENDRICKSON.
Seated, left to right:
SELINA R. MACKIE, EDITH BISHOP, GUY JOHNSON fprincipalj,
MARGARET A. BOWERS, ISAAC STRAHORN, ELSIE M. BENTON, RUTH
EDMUND TAYLOR PRATT, JR.
Student Council '41, Flute Club
'42, Band '41-'42-'43-'44, Orchestra
'43-44, Softball and baseball '41-'42-
'43-'44, Ping-Pong Club '41, Volley-
ball '41, Basketball '41-'42-'43-'44,
Business manager of "Elhisco" '43-
'44, Business manager of Yearbook
'44, C0-Business manager of mag-
azine campaign '44.
Ed is one of the best all-around
students in the class of '44. He is
well-known for his schlastic,
athletic, energetic, and vocal QYJ
abilities. He hopes to attend the
U. S. Naval Academy next year.
BARBARA HANCE EVANS
Class Vice President '44, Ping
Pong '41, Science Club '41, Flute
Club '42, Student '42, Field Ball
'41, Softball '41, Volley Ball '42-43.
She is an ardent Harry James
fan, likes sports, is a very good
student and hates to be teased about
her red U1 hair.
LILLIE HANNAH SCOTT
Class Secretary '44
Glee Club '41-'42, Ping-Pong '42,
Lillie is one of those efficient
persons who always gets so much
done. She has a Wonderful sense of
KENNETH C. BOUCHELLE
Class Treasurer '43-'44, Band '41-
'42-'43-'44, Orchestra '43-'44, "El-
hisco" staff '43-'44, Dancing Club
'41, Boys' Glee Club '41-'42, Flute
Club '42, Manager BasketballTeam
'44, Ping Pong Club '41, Science
"The Doctor" is our musical
minded classmate who plays both
the bass horn and the piano very
well. Kenneth has quite a sense of
humor and is very likeable.
MARGOT LOUISE ALBINSON
Glee Club '41-'42, Dramatic Club
'42, Art Club '42, "Elhisco" staff
'44, Yearbook staff '44, Touchdown
Pass '41-42, Track '41, Basketball
"Murph" is one of those quiet,
cooperative people who are always
willing to take part in anything.
She is tall, dark, beautiful, and an
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Student Council '42, Boys' Glee
C11-lb, '41-'42, Nature Club '41,
Airplane Club '41, Baseball '41,
Basketball llntta-muralj '42-'43,
Soccer '42, Softball '41,
Gene IS. a tall good-looking boy.
One of his favorite pastimes ig
shooting pool. After school Gene
Works at the Remington Store,
BETTE JANE BOLLINGER
Touchdown Pass' 41, Dramatic
Club '42, Girls Glee Club '41-'42'.
43'-'44, Flute Club '42.
' Bette is one of the smallest girls
in our class, but this does not stop
her from doing her part. She is
very fond of poetry and Latin.
ELAINE ETHEL BORLAND
Photography '42, Travel Club '42.
Elaine is always ready to laugh
ga very good quality. Reading and
bowling are her hobbies.
FRANCES MARY BOYLES
Volley ball '41.
Frances is one of the more sub-
dued members of the class but this
glues! not stop her from being well-
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RITA ROSE BOYLES
Knitting Club '41 .
Rita has quite a sense of humor
and can always see the bright side
IDA MAE BULLOCK
Photography Club '42, Athletic
Club '42, Basketball '41-'44, Volley
Ball '42-'44, Field Ball '41-'42,
Ida is a very friendly girl. She
is always smiling. She plans to
attend college after graduation but
doesn't know which one she Will
PAUL MOODY BURR
Nature Club' 41, Airplane Club
'41, Baseball '41, Softball '41,
Soccer '42, Basketball flntra muralj
Paul is tall, dark, and handsome.
That shy personality certainly does
seem to attract the girls.
FRANCES MINNIE CARRICO
Frances has been with us for just
two years. She plans to be a
stenographer. Frances is a hard
worker and is always ready to
Basketball ilntra muralj '43,
Volley Ball '41-'42'43-'44.
Emily is going to be a house-Wife.
It is rumored that she is already
engaged and Will be married after
ROSE MARIE CONWAY
Glee Club '41-'42, Dancing '42,
Volley Ball '41-'42, Softball '42.
Rose is constantly giggling. She
has a very good nature and likes
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WILLIAM A. DEAVER, JR.
Nature Club '41, Airplane Club
'41, Baseball '42'-43, Softball '42,
Bill is our own senior Romeo.
He IS a veritable speed-demon. Bill
Ls planning to go to West Notting-
JULIA ROSE EDER
Science Club '41, Glee Club '41-
'42, Dramatics Club '42, Touchdown
Pass 41-'42, Volley Ball 41-'42-,43,
Basketball '42-'44, Fieldball '42-42,
Judy is very fond of sports, any
and all types. She is also quite at
home on the dance door.
VIVIAN BOLTON FOWLER
Dramatics Club '43,
. One of Vivian's favorite pastimes
is dancing. She is going to con-
tinue her education at Beacom's.
She hopes to become a book-
MARY ELLA GALINSKI
Glee Club '44, "Elhisco" '43-'44.
Mary came from Wytheville, Vir-
ginia. She is one of the youngest
members of our class. Mary Works
at the Federated Store after school.
NETA MAE GALINSKI
Student Council '42, Basketball
'42-'43, Basketball Manager '44,
Yearbook staff '44.
Neta has only been here for two
years but she is known to almost
every student. She says that after
graduation she would like to
ALMA LEE GAMBLE
This is Alma's tirst year at E.H.S.
She is always Willing to help and
is known for her dependibility
She is one of the typists for the
EVELYN FAY GUIBESON
Fay is a good basketball player.
She is also very fond of dancing.
GLORIA YETTA HALL
Dancing Club '41, Volley Ball '41,
Field Ball '42.
Gloria is a cute little girl who is
always seen but seldom heard. Iler
friends call her "Chubby" which
she doesn't like at all. Gloria
works after school at Remington's.
BETTY MAE HAMMOND
Travel Club '41, Photography '41,
Betty is the tiniest member of the
class. She is fond of dancing and
is a very good dancer.
BERTHA JANE HOOVER
Dramatics Club '41,
"Bea" is tall, blonde, and quiet
She is very well-liked and has many
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LOUISE EMMA HOWARD
Knitting Club '41, Glee Club '41-
42, Basketball '41-'42-'43,
Louise is Well-known for her
very curly hair. She is an ex-
cellent dancer and specializes in
JAMES ALBERT HUTTON
Albert is noted for his deep, bass
voice. One of the unusual facts
about him is that he certainly keeps
his distance as far as girls are
Dramatics Club '42, Dancing Club
'42, Flute Club '42, Basketball '43-
'44, Volleyball '41-'42, Touchdown
Pass '41-'42, Fieldball '41-'42-'43-'44,
Miriam is very fond of dancing.
She also likes to play basketball.
THOMAS LINCOLN JENSEN
Tom is the slow "easy-going"
type. He works at the post office
during his free hours.
BETTY IRENE JONES
Photography Club '41, Travel
Club '41, Volleyball '43, Basketball
llntramuralj '43, Softball '43.
Betty has big brown eyes and
dark wavy hair. After school she
Works at the Remington store. She
is planning to become a secretary.
Basketball '44, Softball '43.
Sophie has very pretty eyes and
always looks as if she has just
stepped out of a band box. She
takes Home Ec. and someday Will
make a very good housekeeper.
ROY JOHN KRUSBERG
Band '42-'43-'44, Boys Glee Club
'41, Flute Club '42, Radio Club '42,
Photography Club '42.
If you ever Want to know any-
thing about radios Krusberg is your
man. Krusberg possesses a very dry
sense of humor and is quite a
fanatic about batteries.
ANNA DOROTHY LECUK
Dancing Club '41, Volleyball '41,
Anna has sparkling brown eyes
and loves to dance. She is planning
to be a secretary.
LEWIS CALVERT LEE
Airplane Club '41, Baseball '41,
Lew is a likeable chap and is
always laughing. He loves to play
base-ball and is pretty good at it.
MARGARET LOUISE LEWIS
Girls' Glee Club '41, Flute Club
'42, Dancing Club '41, Dramatics
Club '41, Volleyball '41-'42, Basket-
ball '41-'42, "Elhisco" '44.
Margaret is a pretty blonde. She
likes dancing, has the cutest giggle
and plans to become a secretary.
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Student Council '44, Sports Club
'41, Baseball '41, Softball '41.
Tall, dark, and handsome best
describes "Reg." He is one of the
most popular boys in the class and
can be seen around town almost
any time in his blue truck.
CHARLES WILLIAM LIEDLICH
Flute Club '42, Airplane Club '42,
Band '41'-'42-'43-'44, Volleyball '41-
'42, Basketball '44, Orchestra '44.
Bill is a tall, blonde, serious boy:
very well liked by his fellow
students. His chief hobby is play-
ing the saxophone.
MARY JANE LODGE
Volleyball '41, Run and Catch '41,
Mary Jane is a very quiet girl.
She has very beautiful flaming red
hair and is fond of jitterbugging.
MARIE FRANCES LUSBY
Sewing Club '41-'42, Girls' Glee
Frances is a very "swell" sort of
person. She is quiet, Well-liked,
and possesses quite a sense of
humor. She sews splendidly.
LEONARD LEROY MANN
Softball '41-'42, Airplane Club '42,
Pee-Wee is best-known for his
fondness of cider and his shortness.
He can most often be found in the
JANE BOORMAN MARTENIS
Vice President of Class '43,
Dramatic Club '41, Girls' Glee Club
'41-'42-'43-'44, Science Club '41,
"Elhisco Staff" '43-'44, Fieldball
'41-'42, Basketball '44.
Janie has loads of friends and is
the possessor of a fine sense of
humor. We understand that she
wants to be a singer and are sure
that she will have lots of success.
ROBERT ELLSIXVORTH McBRIDE
Editor of "Elhisco" '43-'44, Editor
of Yearbook '44, Aircraft Club '42,
Sports Club '42, Baseball and Soft-
ball '41-'42-'43-'44, Volleyball '41-
'42-'43, Basketball ilntramuralj
'42-'43, Varsity '44, Band '42-'43-
'44, Orchestra '43, Flute Club '42.
"Mac" is a very efficient cog in
the wheels of the class of '44, His
hobbies are photography and play-
ing the clarinet. He is distinctive
for his height of 6'2". His ambition
is to be an aeronautical engineer.
RAYMOND S. McD ANIEL
Softball '41-'42-'43, Volley Ball
'41, Ping-Pong Club '42, Wrestling
Raymond is a rather serious and
quiet boy but he has a very agree-
able nature and "anything goes"
VERNON H. McKNIGI-IT, JR.
Dancing Club '42, Basketball
tlntramuralb '43, Volley Ball '41-
'42-'43, Softball '41-'42, Soccer '44,
"Doc" is one of the "bright spots"
of the Senior class. He is also
one of the most popular students in
ROGER EDISON MERRILL
Flute Club '42, Band '41-'42-'43-
'44, Orchestra '43-'44, Yearbook
Roger is a hard worker and a
very dependable person. His hobb-
ies are music and stamp collecting.
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ORVELLA RUTH MILLS
Glee Club '43, Softball '43.
U 0rvella's favorite past-time ig
Jltterbqggmg. She also works after
school in a war plant. To this we
Say. keel! up the good Work.
OTHELLA FRANCES MILLS
Othella is a new student this
year. She is a quiet, pleasant girl.
She Works in a War plant after
school and for this we think she
deserves a lot of credit.
MARIA HELEN MOLITOR
Touchdown Pass '41-'42, Girls'
Glee Club '41-'42-'43, Ping-Pong
Maria is always full of fun and is
Well known for her long black
hair as Well as for her cheerful
WILLARD PALMER MOORE
"Oogie" is one of the smaller
members of the class. He has a
grand disposition and is everyone's
friend. Ice-skating is one of his
PATRICIA ANN MORGAN
Student Council '43, President of
Council '44, Dramatics Club '42, Art
Club '42, Volleyball '43, Girls' Glee
Club '44, "Elhisco" Staff '43-'44,
Ass't Editor of the Yearbook '44.
' "Pat" came to us from Newark
m '42 and now, as vie look back,
we don't know how We ever got
along Without her.
Helen is a small blonde. She is
Softball '41-'42, Ping Pong Club
Rudolph is usually seen around
town in his green Pontiac and it's
WILLIAM HOWARD PETERSON
Volley Ball '41-'43, Science Club
'41, Boys' Glee Club '41,
Howard has the distinction of
being the only boy in the Commer-
cial Department. He is a good
Worker and a cheerful person to
have around. I
VIRGINIA COLLEEN ROARK
Dramatics Club '42, Dancing Club
'42, Basketball '41-'42-'43-'44, Field
ball '41-'43, Volleyball '41-'43, Flute
"Corky" is another athletic per-
son. She's especially good at
basketball. One of her hobbies is
MARY ETTA RUDOLPH
Class Treasurer '41-'42, Girls'
Glee Club '41-'42, Flute Club '42,
Ping-Pong Club '41, Science Club
'42, Art Club '42, Touchdown Pass
'41, Elhisco Staff '41-'42-'43-'44.
Co-Business Manager of Magazine
Mary Etta is one of the most
good-natured members of the class.
She is a hard Worker and is Well-
known for her amourous abilities.
BERTHA MARY SEWARD
Dancing Club '41, Volleyball '41-
'42, Softball '43.
Bertha is another of our jitter-
bugs. She can be seen on the dance
floor at almost any time.
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"Hottie" is known far and Wide
for his Wit and also for the
"Woliish" side of his nature.
Dramatic Club '42, Dancing Club
'42, Basketball fintra-muraly '43,
Volley ball '41-'42, "Elhisco" '44,
Alice is a little thing but that
doesn't stop her from taking part
BETTY JUNE SIMMONS
Photography Club '42, Basketball
'41-'42-'43-'44, Volley ball '43,
Zlguchdown Pass '41-'42, Field ball
Betty is a splendid basketball
player and .also a very good jitter-
bug. Bowling is one of her hobbies.
4-I-I Club '41.
very merry and is a great tease.
Hernhobby is collecting pictures of
RALPH JOSHUA SPEAKMAN
Ralph is of the quiet, reserved
variety. iMost of the timej. He is
a good worker and is very easy to
get along with.
EMILY I. SRENCE
Di-amatics Club '42, Basketball
'44, Volley ball '42-'43-'44, Student
Emily came here from New Jer-
sey in '42. She has a very pleasant
personality and is everyone's friend.
HUGH LARREN SPENCE
Baseball '42, Softball '43.
Bud is blond, of medium height
and the he-man type. He is active
in intra-mural sports and is very
well-liked by the class.
MARY ANN STAWORSKY
Photography Club '42.
Mary has a good disposition un-
less she is teased and then-Oh boy!
you'd better watch out.
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Betty is our star jitterbug. She
is also quite smooth at any other
type of dancing. Betty is usually
seen with a smile on her face.
Baseball '41, Dancing Club '42.
Roland is a popular guy. He is
known for his Witty sayings.
Roland attends school in the morn-
ings and works during the after-
BETTY ANN UNDERWOOD
Dancing Club '42, Knitting Club
Betty's hobbies are reading, draw-
ing, and swimming. She has very
pretty red hair and is a hard
GEORGE RAYMOND TEAGUE
Boys' Glee Club '41, Volley ball
'41, Photography Club '42.
Raymond likes to haul females
around in his old '29 Chevrolet
Convertible. His one ambition is to
be a farmer. We're sure he'l1 make
a good one.
THE CLASS OF 1945 has slightly less than one hundred members who are
divided among three homerooms under the guidance of Miss A. Rebecca Smith, Mr.
Hendrickson, and Miss Virginia Smith. These "jolly juniors" have an active class and
are always ready for a good time. Their class officers are:
President .....,................,..,..,........,.........................,.................. ....... V irginia Lytle
Vice-president ..... .... R obert Wertz
Secretary ....... ...... G ene Diebert
Treasurer ......, ....,. J ack Truitt
There are slightly over a hundred sophomores this year and they have perhaps
the most energetic class in school. They won the magazine campaign, led in infantile
paralysis contributions and are 'Way ahead of the rest of the school in their purchases
of War Bonds and Stamps. The sophomores are under the direction of Miss Pethersky,
Mr. Murphy, and Miss Iverson. Their class officers are:
President .............................. ..........i...................,............ ....... M e lvin Sacker
Vice-president ,.... ..,......... C urtis George
Secretary ......,... ....... D orothy Albanese
Treasurer ...... ..,....... L aura Widdoes
Page Nineteen H
The freshmen class this year consists of about one hundred twenty-five students
in three sections under the guidance of Miss Bratton, Mrs. Harding, and Miss Bishop.
This year the class of '47 was allowed to sponsor a danceg the first time in school history
a freshman class had done this. They have not elected their class oiiicers as yetg this
will be done in the spring.
The soccer team is an entirely unoflicial organization of the school, organized and
conducted by the boys themselves. They played only one game losing to Chesapeake
by a score of 12 to 3-but they enjoyed themselves and a good time was had by all.
They are, standing: Johnny Bello, Jack Truitt, Jack Wells, Hall Kane, Vernon
McKnight, Bill Foster, Richard Carrico, Harry Sherman. Kneeling: Curtis George,
Lincoln Call, Albert Garrett, Miller Jensen, Jack Loomis, George Molitor.
All of these athletic teams are actually unoflicial organizations of the school since
inter-school athletics have 'been banned for the duration due to an O. D. T. ruling
regarding the use of buses to transport athletic teams.
This extremely diminutive team has been organized chiefiy for the fun of the
members but they hope to meet other schools in the future. The team, although small,
is very fast.
The members are: Melvin Sacker, Robert Wertz, Lincoln Call, Jack Loomis,
George.Molitor. They are coached by Mr. Hendrickson.
The girls' basketball team has been rather successful this year, considering their
late start and difliculty in obtaining games. At this writing they have won two out
of three games, defeating Chesapeake 12-11, defeating the Alumni 20-6, and losing to
The members of the starting team are, kneeling: Faye Guibeson, Virginia Lytle,
Mabel Edwards, Betty Simmons, Neta Galinski, Colleen Roark. They are coached by
Miss Ruth Yager.
Elkton's basketball team this year has had one of the most successful seasons in
years, having played seventeen games and won fourteen at the time this is Written. The
boys, under the excellence guidance of Mr. Murphy, have lost only to West Nottingham
Academy and Newark High School. Among the teams they have conquered are Wash-
ington College Jayvees, Chesapeake City, Perryville, North East, Alumni, National Fire-
works and Oxford, Pa. The team still has several games to play, including a return
game with West Nottingham.
The members are, kneeling: Bane Davis, Miller Jensen, Edmund Pratt fcaptainj,
Lincoln Call, Robert McBride. Standing: William Murphy fcoachl, Curtis George, Bill
Foster, Connie Fry, Bill Liedlich, Kenneth Bouchelle QManagerJ.
The cheerleaders have been organized for the first time this year under the
direction of Miss Yager. The group is coming along nicely and should develop into a
polished unit. The cheerleaders are, reading from left to right:
Back rowg Shirley Woolman, Miriam Jensen, Helen Racine, Bette Bollinger.
Middle rowg Jennie Lee Burton, Grace Whitton, Dorothy Albanese, Ruth Jamison,
Patricia Ott, Betty 0'Leary.
Kneeling, Melvin Sacker, Neta Galinski, Tudy Baily, Frances Ferrick, Chester
This is the newest musical organization in school-started last year under Mr.
Stuart's direction and continued this year under the leadership of Bev Mays and the
direction of Miss Smith.
The members of the orchestra are, seated, left to right: Beverly Mays, Curtis
George, Billy Merrill, Bill Liedlich, Earl Brown, and Kenneth Bouchelle. Standing:
Roger Merrill, Dewey Patterson, Edmund Pratt and Miss Virginia Smith.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The Boys' Glee Club consists of about forty members recruited from the lower
classes. Strangely enough, although the senior class is well represented in all other
musical organizations of the school, there are no senior boys in the Glee Club.
The main event of the year for the 'boys will probably be the Spring Music
Festival in which all these organizations will take part.
Director-Miss Virginia Smith
GIRLS' GLIEE CLUB
The Girls' Glee Club consists of about seventy members from all classes in
school. Their chief public appearance this year was in the Christmas Candlelight
Service which was a beautiful and impressive entertainment.
It is the largest musical organization in school and will be one of the main
features of the Spring Festival.
Director-Miss Virginia Smith
This is probably the best-known musical organization in
Elkton High since music was reinstated in Cecil County schools.
This year it has not made many public appearances because of gas
and tire rationing. However, the band did play for the dedication
of the Boy Scout Lodge in the fall.
It will also participate in the Spring Festival.
Director-Miss Virginia Smith
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ation Manager ...,. ....
Sports Editors . ,.., .. ,............,....,,. .
Gossip Editors ......
Advisers : ....
Miller Jensen, Connie Fry
Mary Etta Rudolph
Margot Albinson, Jack McMenamin
Jane Martenis, Mary Galinski
Cora A. Dunn and A. Rebecca Smith
The .Senior Prom at E. H. S. was held January 14, 1944 and was a huge success.
A large crowd attended the dance and everyone enjoyed themselves immensely. Music
was furnished by George Feary and his sailor orchestra. The decorations for the affair
followed the "Winter" theme. They consisted of blue crepe paper, hung to simulate an
evening sky, and spangled with silver stars. The backboards were also trimmed this
way with the addition of a silver moon on one of them. Blue and silver stars were
pinned on the curtain encircling the silver letters E. H. S.
1Pictures of the prom were taken by David Poffenbergerg all other pictures in
the "Antler" were taken by J. H. Rurner.J
This is the student organization that has the most to do with the running of
Elkton High School. It has operated very effciently since its inception four years ago
and this year it was the impetus behind the starting of a yearbook.
Seated, left to right are: Miss Rebecca Smith, faculty advisorg .Melvin Sacker,
corresponding secretaryg Lincoln Call, vice-presidentg Patricia Morgan, president:
Barbara Ann Brittingham, recording secretaryg Edward Parrett, treasurerg and Emily
Standing: Jack Kinter, Margaret Baker, Reginald Lewis, Frances Sparks, and
In September 1940 the Class of "44" bravely entered the halls of Elkton High
School. We soon conquered our fear of teachers and upper classmen, became
accustomed to a new life, and turned our attention to studies. Miss Bratton, Mr.
Philips, Miss Bowers, and Mr. Young directed this group of mischievous, energetic
This new life was pleasing to us. The boys felt quite proud when they turned
out the most amazing cookie-cuters and broom racks, while the girls were delighted
with their cookies and tea. That year the parents and teachers were entertained at a
tea given by these young ladies and their sophomore class mates. In the spring of
"41" the boys and girls had an opportunity to display their handiwork at a Fashion
Show and Industrial Arts Exhibit.
Of ,course we all remember the assembly given in the first year. How could we
forget it! The show went on, despite the laughter and criticism of the audience.
Several members of the class were honored at being selected for the Elhisco staff
in its beginning year. These were Mary Etta Rudolph, John Kelley, and Robert McBride.
Do certain members of the 1940-41 1-A class remem-ber the day they hooked? ?
We believe it was the dentist-or was it Lyon's?
The big event of the year for all freshmen was the Freshmen Party. A Wonder-
ful time was had by all. The attractions of the evening were dancing, ping-pong and,
of course, refreshments.
At the close of the year the class officers were elected as follows: President,
John Sclavosg Vice-President, Jack Murray, Secretary, Frances Lusbyg Treasurer, Mary
Before we could realize that our freshman year had come to a close we found
that we were full-fledged sophomores. Unfortunately we lost several members of our
class but we welcomed a new member, Patricia Morgan. This year we were divided
into three groups under the guidance of Miss Pethersky, Miss Hagen, and Mrs. Briggs.
During this year we also became expert board washers under the direction of
Many had a chance to demonstrate their talent in the Spring Festival. The High
School Band, directed by Mr. Hugh Stuart, furnished the music. There were several
selections by the High School Glee Club, and the 2-A flute club under the expert direction
of Miss Harkness. Remember the great surprise the 2-A music class received when
Miss Harkness walked into class one day with raspberry sundaes that she had promised
so many times? That was a real treat!
The class odicers elected at the end of our freshman year also served in our
Our junior year started with a "bang", 'This year was packed full of amusing
and interesting events. There was never a dull moment under the direction of Miss
Pitt, Mr. Merritt, and Mr. Staley.
Class assemblies, which had been dropped in our sophomore year, were resumed.
Will we ever forget our corny one-act play, "The Villian Still Pursued Her".? ? This
was successfully put on after much delay and received many laughs, cheers fand jeersb
from the audience. Of course the thrilling search for the "chimney" and "chimney hole"
was enjoyed by everyone.
Something which will long remain in our memory is the Junior Prom. Remember
how the decorating committee struggled for two whole days with blue crepe paper
streamers and broken wires to create the sky effect? When the great moment finally
arrived, the blue crepe paper, the flowers, ferns and Spanish dancers had been arranged
to give a beautiful effect. The auditorium had been converted into a flowering Spanish
scene. To this day, there remains a trace of a large blue spot in the middle of the
iioor. This is a mark left by the class of "44", when the clean up committee tipped
over a large vase of water on a huge pile of blue crepe-paper!!
One of the biggest events of the year was the "Minstrel Show" which was written
and directed by Mr. Stuart. Many of our class took part in this show. Some were black
end men, some played in the band and many of the girls sang in the glee club. This
show, which was noted for its genuine corn, was enjoyed by all. Several members of
our class played in the dance orchestra which was organized this year and played for
our class assembly.
Of course the junior year meant class rings. These were hard to get but by
putting in an early order most of us managed to get one.
Our junior class officers were: President, John Sclavosg Vice-President, Jane
Martenisg Secretary, Nancy McCoolg Treasurer, Kenneth Bouchelle.
It was with a feeling of pride that we reentered the halls of E. H. S. in September
of 1943, since we were now dignified OJ seniors. This year we were divided according
to the course we were taking. Commercial students went to the commercial department
under Miss Benton and academic and general students went to the senior home room
under Miss Bowers.
One of our first problems as a class was to elect the officers to carry us through
our final year. After much deliberation we chose the following class executives:
President, Edmund Pratt, Vice President, Barbara Evansg Secretary, Lillie Scottg
Treasurer, Kenneth Bouchelle.
,Later the class of "44" decided to publish a year book. This being the first
undertaking of its kind in Elkton High School, it met much discouragement. Despite
many difficulties we proceeded with our plans and results have been quite successful.
The Senior Prom was held on the fourteenth of January. This being the last big
dance by our class, we planned elaborate decorations. The theme was "Winter Time".
When our efforts to build snowmen and borrow a sleigh failed we resorted to snow-
covered trees and a starry sky. With the aid of pine trees, blue crepe paper, silvery
iiitter and soap, plus many hours of hard work, a realistic effect was produced. A very
pleasant evening was danced away in this winter fairyland to the music of George
Feary's Sailor Orchestra.
After this we turned again to hard work and plans for graduation. It was
necessary to make preparations early because of unsettled world conditions. Graduation
announcements and name cards were the first to be ordered. Then came commencement
gowns. Our selection of white gowns for the girls and blue for boys broke the E. H. S.
tradition of gray.
Many high lights for the senior class have yet to come. One of these will be
the Spring Prom given us by the juniors. In the final rush of events before graduation
will come the sermon to the graduates, class night, and the commencement which will
terminate our high school careers.
3 'Page Thirty-Seven
CLASS IDIQODHECY U0 yearsfrom nowj
MARGOT ALBINSON ....
EUGENE BEDWELL -,-
BETTE BOLLINGER -.. ..., -
ELAINE BORLAND .......... -,, ,.,. ,
KENNETH BOUCHELLE ..... ......
FRANCES BOYLES .....
RITA BOYLES .....
IDA BULLOCK ....
PAUL BURR ..........
FRANCES CARRICO ---
EMILY CEBULA ......
ROSE CONWAY ...........
WILLIAM DEAVER ---
JULIA EDER ,........
BARBARA EVANS ---
VIVIAN FOWLER ---
MARY GALINSKI -,-
NETA GALINSKI --
FAY GUIBESON ---
GLORIA HALL w......
BETTY HAMMOND --
BERTHA HOOVER ---
,, .... -- Loud Mouth Commedienne
Manager of the Remington Store
---..--... ..... Dramltics Teacher
--,,--- Cook on a Battleship
--- Successor to Clifton Fadiman
-------------- Post-War Bride
.-- Model for Maybelline Ad
- ----- -- ......... W. C. Fields's Successor
--.. ......... Penmanship Teacher
-- Nurse in a Shoe Hospital
-- Joe Louis's Sparring Partner
----------,------- Screen Idol
-.. Professional Typist
--e----------- Fan Dancer
--------- Personality Expert
--- Model for Nylon Stockings
----------,----- Glamour Girl
----,,,-,---- Society Debutramp
-U Guinea pig for new cosmetics
--------------- Obituary Writer
LOUISE HOWARD -- ......... -,---
ALBERT HUTTON ---
MIRIAM JENSEN ---
THOMAS JENSEN --
BETTY JONES .....
WALLACE JONES ---
SOPHIE KILOSKI --
ROY KRUSBERG --,,
ANNA LECUK --- --
-------- Miss America of 1954
--------- Vera Vague
--,--- Paul Robeson II
Ye-- Joan Davis's Protege
- ..A,..,. Postmaster General
--- Engaged to James Seward
,- Champion Banana Eater
-------------- ----------- Venus de Milo
---- Chemistry Teacher
-------- Burlesque Queen
LEWIS LEE -------- ----- - .. .... -- Another "Thin Man"
MARGARET' LEWIS --- e.... --- ...... ue- Doctor of Medicine
REGINALD LEWIS --- .,..... -.,-..- ,,, Hollywood Plgy Boy
WILLIAM LIEDLICH e-, ,,- Another "Mr. Meek"
MARY JANE LODGE ..-- --- -- .... ,,,,- U , S, O, Hgstggg
FRANCES LUSBY .....
LEONARD MANN .....
JANE MARTENIS ....
ROBERT McBRIDE ,....
RAYMOND McDANIEL ---
VERNON McKNIGHT Y-
ROGER MERRILL ....
OTHELLA MILLS ,.,,
ORVELLA MILLS --
MARIA MOLITOR ---
WILLARD MOORE .....
PATRICIA MORGAN ---
RUDOLPH OLAH ......
HOWARD PETERSON ---
EDMUND PRATT .....,...
COLLEEN ROARK ........
MARY ETTA RUDOLPH ....
LILLIE SCOTT ............
JAMES SEWARD ........
BETTY SIMMONS ---
ALICE SHOCKLEY ....
HELEN SMITH ........
RALPH SPEAKMAN -..-
EMILY SPENCE .....
LARREN SPENCE ......
MARY STAWORSKY ........ ,M
RAYMOND TEAGUE ............ -,,--,
BETTY ANN UNDERWOOD
BETTY WIILIAMS .......... ..-
ROLAND VANDEGRIFT ........ ,h,,.
ALMA GAMBLE .....,.,. ..,.., ...,.
BERTI-IA SEWARD ....
---..-- "Tall Man" in the Circus
A Sinatra's Second Wife
--,-----, Major Hoople
---- General MacArthur
------------ ee-we-n----------Y. Spanish Teacher
-----. ............. - ,..,,,..... Dairy Farmer
W. fWoman Ordnance Workerj
,n-----,---- Flustered Hostess
-W Another Florence Nightingale
Sonja Henie's Skating Partner
------ Female Rip Van Winkle
-------------- Daredevil Racer
--- Contented Husband
-.. ......., - Shiek of Araby
---------, Pro Basketball Player
Latest Hollywood Heartbreaker
---..--e.. ......... ., ...... Chorus Girl
,-, Owner of Grocery Store
------,------- Bowler deluxe
---- - eee------ "Advice to Lovelorn" Editor
----- e-------- -.----V.------..-- Another "'B1ondle"
- ........ Big Businessman
, .r,..,. , Receptionist
-e--- ..... --- ,,.. -- Marine Lieutenant
--- ........, -, V-- Manicurist
---U Driver of Fresh-Air Taxi
-..-e-..---,, Red Cros Nurse
--e---- Champion Jitterbug
---------- Senior at E. H. S.
---- Secretary to the president
We the graduating class of 1944, High School of Elkton, County of Cecil, State
of Maryland, Country of the United States, Continent of North America, being in a
sound and normal state of mind after these eleven years of tortuous work, early rising
and late retiring, do make, publish, and declare this writing as our last will and
First. To our Alma Mater we leave peace and solitude as we make our noisy exit.
Second: To our class adviser, Miss Bowers, we leave our deepest and most sincere
appreciation for all the work she has done for us and for the patience she
has shown on our behalf.
Third: To our principal, Mr. Johnson, we leave our profound thanks for having given
us permission to undertake our numerous enterprises.
Fourth: To the faculty we leave our gratitude for the long hours they have spent in
trying to drill the simplest facts into our heads and in attempting to trans-
late our homework and test papers into readable English.
Fifth: To the Class of '45 we leave all our excess knowledge which we have gained
in these eleven years.
Sixth: To the class of '46 we leave our poise and dignity and congratulations that
they have at last grown up.
Seventh: To the Class of '47 we leave all our lost pens and pencils and borrowed paper.
Eighth: We, the individual members of the Senior Class, have the following bequests:
I, Margot Albinson, leave my collection of bracelets to Cody Dunn.
I, Eugene Bedwell, leave my ability to hook classes to Jimmy Blanton, who probably
doesn't need it.
I, Bette Jane Bollinger, leave my ability to recite poetry to Harry King.
I, Elaine Borland, leave my flair for recognizing sailors to Laura Widdoes.
I, Kenneth Bouchelle, leave my magic fingers to my brother.
I, Frances Boyles, leave my quietness as a reminder that there is such a thing in the
Class of '44.
I, Rita Boyles, leave my diamond to Frances Sparks.
I, Ida Bullock, leave my beautiful eyelashes to Emily Allen.
I, Paul Burr, leave my way with the girls to Miller Jensen.
I, Frances Carrico, leave my beautiful handwriting to Millicent Hillyard.
I, Emily Cebula, will my height for the lack of itj to Dorothy Albanese.
I, Rose Conway, leave my boy friends to Vivian Zerbe.
I, William Deaver, leave my harem to the highest bidder.
I, Julia Eder, leave my typing efficiency to the Elhisco.
I, Barbara Evans, leave my sincerity to the whole school.
To the lower class men, I, Vivian Fowler, leave my bottle stockings.
I, Mary Galinski, leave my long absences to Mr. Johnson.
I Neta Galinski, leave my dancing to "Tudy" Bailey.
I, Alma Gamble, leave my intelligence to Gene Deibert.
Because I like to liven things up a bit, I, Fay Guibeson, leave my temperament to
I, Gloria Hall, leave my cute chubbiness to Betty Jean Palmer.
I, Betty Hammond, leave my pep, vim, and vigor to Madge Lyons.
To Virginia McCreary, I, Bertha Hoover, leave my sailors.
I, Louise Howard, leave my curly locks to Alice Stoops.
I, Albert Hutton, leave my deep, deep voice to Theodore Bouchelle.
I, Miriam Jensen, leave my blue eyes to Mary Costello.
I, Thomas Jensen, leave.
I, Betty Jones, leave "Hotty" Seward to anybody who wants him.
I, Sophie Kiloski, leave my beautiful complexion to Betty Robinson.
I, Roy Krusberg, leave my tuba to anyone with enough wind to blow it.
I, Anna Lecuk, leave my sparkling brown eyes to Grace Whitten.
I, Lewis Lee, leave an abundance of love and my love of abundance to Helen Racine.
I, Margaret Lewis, leave my giggle to Gwendolyn Gardner.
I, Reginald Lewis, leave my ability to make the women swoon to Frank Sinatra.
To Lincoln Call, I, William Liedlich, leave my curls.
I, Mary Jane Lodge, leave my fiaming hair to Rose Bird.
I, Frances Lusby, leave my fashion-plate appearance to "Toots" Traurig.
I, Leonard Mann, leave my fondness for cider to Bill Foster.
I, Jane Martenis, leave my long hair and sweet expression to Marietta Garrett.
I, Robert McBride, leave the Elhisco and a bottle of aspirin to Virginia Lytle.
To Hall Kane, I, Raymond McDaniel, leave my "speed".
I, Vernon McKnight, leave my hair to Stokowski.
I, Roger Merrill, leave my overcoat to Earl Brown.
I, Othella Mills, leave my blonde hair to Bobby Ann Brittingham.
I, Orvella Mills, leave my unique style of jitterbugging to Alma Grant.
I, Maria Molitor, leave my hair to Betty Lively.
I, Willard Moore, leave my football to Connie Fry.
I, Patricia Morgan, leave my daily nap in biology class to Mr. Hendrickson.
I, Rudolph Olah, leave my Pontiac to anyone with plenty of gas stamps.
I, Howard Peterson, leave my seat in the commercial room to any boy brave enough
to take it.
I, Edmund Pratt, leave my pencil case to anyone who can "spirit it away' unnoticed.
I, Collen Roark leave my basketball skill to Bane Davis.
I, Mary Etta Rudolph, since I say it with my eyes, leave that look in my eye to Joe
I, Lillie Scott, leave my stick-to-itiveness to Millicent Hillyard.
I, Bertha Seward, leave my ''easy-to-get-along-with" disposition to Ebie Martenis.
I, James Seward, leave the American Store to "Buddy" Parrett.
I, Betty Simmons, leave my bowling skill to Johnny Sclavos.
I, Alice Shockley, leave my public love letters to Theresa Boyles.
I, Helen Smith, leave my cuteness to Norma Bristow.
I, Ralph Speakman, want eveything I have.
I, Emily Spence, leave my friendliness to Angela Crothers.
I, Larren Spence, leave my blonde good looks to Nelson Wilcox.
I, Mary Staworsky, leave my many questions to anyone who can answer them.
I, Raymond Teague, leave my jalopy to all fresh air fiends.
I, Betty Ann Underwood, leave my stride to Betty Robinson.
I, Roland Vandegrift, leave Laura Widdoes to the 2-C boys.
I, Betty Williams, leave my agile dancing style to "Toots" Traurig.
Most of you no doubt remember the poll held by the Senior Class in the latter
part of January. This was to determine the best student - among the Seniors - in
each of a dozen different categories. Here are the results of this poll exactly as it
happened. This is the first time these results have been published anywhere.
1. Most likely to succeed
2. Best dressed ftiej
3. Best student
4. Most popular
5. Hardest worker
6. Best athlete
7. Best-looking girl
8. Most handsome boy
9. Best dancer
10. Most courteous
11. Most school spirit
12. Best all-around student
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.
Edmund T. Pratt, Jr.
EODMEI2 E.l'1.S. STUDENTS IN THE SERVICE
Charles O. Allen
S. Ralph Andrews
G. Reynolds Ash
Roy L. Aument
Wm. Ray Baldwin, Jr.
Charles A. Bartley
J. Herbert Bates
Charles C. Birney
James A. Blackburn
Thomas J. Blanton
Edward C. Borden
A. Cleaver Bolton
Henry W. Bouchelle
Layton Boulden, Jr.
Ro-bert H. Boulden
Warren W. Boulden, Jr.
Vernon L. Bounds
Gerald J. Boyd
Robert E. Breitenbach
William W. Bratton
Leonard A. Brown
Leonard E. Brown
Joseph B. Bryson
John K. Burkley, Jr.
James Howard Carr
Joseph H. Carr
John A. Clark
Paul Allen Conway
George E. Creswell
John C. Creswell
E. Lane Crothers
Omar D. Crothers, Jr.
George W. Davidson
Ralph H. Dean
Charles E. Deibert
John H. Dennis
Pascal J. Di Paolo
Vincent Di Paolo
A. Roy Eder, Jr.
Clement M. Egnor
Standley Evans, Jr.
Thomas L. Evans
William R. Evans
Daniel L. Everett
Edward D. Everett
James M. Ferrick
Mary Jane Fox
Philip Goodwin Gardner
Ralph E. Garrett, Jr.
Charles H. Gatchell
Eugene C. Galyen
lradell C. Galyen
Russell M. George
Robert L. Gonce
Fletcher G. Hall
John W. Henderson, Jr.
Walter H. Henderson, Jr.
Irvin W. Hudson
John Narcis Hutton
Charles Gifford Jackson
Walter A. Jackson
Wilson L. Jackson
Austin Lane Jenkins, Jr.
Helen D. Jenkins
Robert Oliver Jones
William Wallace Jones
George A. Karl
John Vernon Keithley
James F. Kincaid
William P. Kincaid
John Paul King
Samuel Leo King, Jr.
Charles W. Le Van
Ray A. Le Van
William H. Lewis, Jr.
William R. Lewis
Henry W. Lindell
Allen V. Loomis
Edwin W. Lusby
Harold W. Lusby
Roland A. Lusby
Richard Mac Millan
Thomas George Magiros
William Fred Matthews
Frank P. McCool
John H. McCool
Ralph W. McCool
William T. McCune
Charles P. McDonald
William A. McCune
John A. Molitor
Leo A. Molitor
Herbert Morgan, Jr.
Charles L. Murray
Rofbert T. Paris
Calvin P. Purnell
William F. Pursley
Willard S. Raleigh
Wayne E. Renshaw
Charles E. Reynolds
Allen D. Richards
W. Alfred Riggs
Paul D. Roark
Maxwell W. Roman
Albert H. Ruth
Harry B. Ruth
J. Gifford Scarborough
Davis L. Scott
James P. Scott
Thomas B. Scott
William H. Scott
Donald M. Sentman
J. Glen Slonecker
Julian C. Smith
Adolph F. Traurig
Arthur Van Lill
Clifford M. Veasey
George J. Weed
Charles S. Wells
Julian L. Whitlock
Harold Williams, Jr.
H. Gibbons Young
Four former E . H S
students have made the
supreme sacrifice 1n the
service of their country
THE ELKTON HIGH SCHOOL
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1944
NATIONAL FIREWORKS, INC.
"MASTER" ARTIFICIAL LIMBS
Light Metal fA1umninumJ and English Willow
ORTHOPEDIC 8z SURGICAL APPLIANCES
GEORGE ANDERSON 8z KALLE MECHANICS
30 Years Experience
Expert Repair and Relitting Service - Any Make Of Limb
A complete line fall sizesl Stump Socks, Limb Accessories: Crutches, Canes, Tips
Etc. Also Invalid fWheelJ Chairs, Walkers, Back Rests, Arches, Trussels, Etc.
Telephone or write for our Service Representative
GENERAL LIMB 81 BRACE COMPANY
1914-1916 Markt Street
Wilmington, 236, Delaware
Telephone Wilm. 5-3631
, WILLIAM RAY KERR
ELKTON GAS CO.
MARYLAND DISPLAY Sz FIREWORKS CO., INC
R. D. No. 4
THE CECIL WHIG
BANKING 8z TRUST COMPANY
THE PEOPLES BANK OF
FOX'S 5c To 81.00 STORE
115 East Main Street
Furniture - Radios - Washers - Ranges
SALES 8z SERVICE
ELKTON FURNITURE CO.
123-25 W. Main Street
Phones 10 and 340
Ralph W. Robinson
Robert A. Boyd
Harry A. Minker
Phone Elkton 471
Routes 40 and 213
STURGILL'S BARBER SHOP
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
84 E. Park Place Newark, Del
WOOLMAN'S NEWS STORE
Women, Men and Children's Wearing
124 Main Street
ALLENDER'S FEED STORE
THE LITZENBERG BROS.
THE SENIOR CLASS
THE ELKTON BAKERY
PIPPIN'S FUNERAL HOME
119 North Street
THE VICTORY SHOP
130 North Street
A. WILLIAMS KEYS 81 MILLER LUMBER
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry
Prompt Attention To Repairing
186 West Main Street
Bell Phone No. 3
Lumber - Coal - Building Material
Phone 59 Elkton, Md.
Dentist COTY'S BEAUTY SALON
Compliments of Compliments of
ELKTON AUTO SALES
Ch 1 JOHN M. AND JOHN W.
evro et Dealers
Elkton, Maryland McCO0L, Inc.
Compliments of Compliments of
GEORGE'S RESTAURANT JOE'S GULF SERVICE
Compliments of I Compliments of
BEAR MANUFACTURING C. RAY OTT
FAMOUS CASH Sz CARRY
138 West Main Street
Next To The Elkton Bakery
Clothing and Shoes for the Entire Family
SAMUEL H. KING 8z SONS
Hardware and Plumbing Supplies
Agents for Wetherill's Atlas Paints
THE SANDWICH SHOP
115 East Main Street
HARRY D. BARNES
For Victory And Success
Beacom College Building
Jefferson Street at Tenth
JAMES W. HUGHES
PURE OIL CO.
C. K. EDER
Bowling and Billiards
Corner North and High Street
"Gateway To The South"
"Good Food Our Specialty"
Fountain Service Cocktail Lounge
"Mecca For Young And Old"
McLANE'S SHOE STORE
116 W. Main Street
THE MUTUAL INSURANCE
CO. OF CECIL COUNTY
Wm. Sterling Evans,
secretary and Treasurer.
WESTERN AUTO ASSO-
Auto Supplies, Radios, Bicycles
117 East Main Street
DAVIS SUPPLY CO.
Main and Bridge Street
A. F. STANLEY
Magazines - Books
Stationery, Cigars, Etc.
A Habit Well Formed Is Seldom Broken.
Form A Habit Now To Give Flowers
On Every Occasion
There Is No Substitute
"When You Think Of
Flowers, Think Of Ours"
A. P. WHEELER, Proprietor
or-QRS ' BY.
The Graduating Class Of 1944
J. J. NEWBERRY'S
5 8z 10
"Bargain Spot Of Cecil County"
Millinery, Women's 81 Junior's Dresses
l And Sport Wear
Men's Sz Boys's, Children's Kz Misses
WITH BEST WISHES
TRIUMPH EXPLOSIVES, INC.
For Plenty Of Good
Clean Recreation Come To
Billiards and Pool Downstairs
Compliments Of WM. B. MERREY 8z SONS
Cigars - Tobacco - Matches
Phone Elkton 329
E1kt0Y11 Maryland Elkton, Maryland
CONOWINGO POWER COMPANY
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
NATIONAL MAGNESIUM CORPORATION
ELK SERVICE STATION
Wm. T. Rothwell
Bridge and High Streets
ELKTON SUPPLY CO.
Ice, "Blue Coal", Fuel Oil
Lumber, Seed, Feed
Elkton, Chesapeake City, North East
E. MAY MURRAY
Groceries, Liquor, and Wine
Phone No. 1 129 Bridge Street
JACOB SIN GMAN
117 W. Main Street
JOHN M. SENTMAN
ELKTON BEAUTY SHOP
1175 East Main Street
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