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' 0 i J 4, .51 " 5.-Hg? wg? ,. 5 p K! Lil? K -qs ' .FA F . 2 .13 N 2 1 , it 2 , S. ' an Me Q I Us A2 A '04, .gif x SL A 1 if n',..f izwiz.. 5. Mfg.. . gggf. 1 ghw-. ,:L'3f- e'.X El 'ix fi 'si evffv. Fl 'tx in 1. in . 'Wx XQAXNN-, ,X Tyla. Mx . 'Q-. xj' 1 -., fu . , xx-yn 'HF N .1 -L: 4 my-- g ' vw. '1.,, Y B 'Q N' f, if 'fy'-ii . ,151 ' 0 I I , T 3 57541 The URACILIE the GLASS OIF IIQSII Ellicott City Jr.-Sr. High School Ellicott City, Maryland 'Gi '4- qs. -- Miss Laura Glover 16 Dedication The class of 1951 dedicates this book to our class adviser, Miss Laura Glover, and our principal, Mr. Omar J. jones, whose keen judgment and under- standing have guided us through the years. M r. Omar jones . ,. Q 4 , Anna M. Avers Nola M. Brisentine Frances L. Brown Math 8,- Librarian Home Economic: Core 7 .Ag R 2... 5985 F HM 5 ig.. sf, if 9 G 1 mg' . ai, Q . ,, Mary M. Delevieleuse Eleanor M. Dries Annabelle E. Ferguson Commercial Subject: Jr. High Guidance: Sr. High Guidancef Muxic Math 8 H. Allan Foutty Arnold C. Harms Mary E. Lang Josie C. Cooke Core 7 Marion H. Ferguson Latinf Frenchf P. 0. D. Prychology Priscilla Lankford Mathematic: Core 8 Physical Education Mathematic: E V77 - .. i f lss -eiz fi Q , R. Joseph Parker James A. Quinlan C. Lois Sauter Harold S. Tamer George H. Tompkins Science Phyrical Education Core 9 Hirtoryf Economic 1r1du.rtrialArtr Geography Doris C' Brandt Cissie G. Sanborn Art Driver Education Class Our summer vacation of '47 was drawing to a close. Once more we faced the problems that school days can bring. Our first acquaintance was another year of "Core," which brought many dark clouds, but thank God, with every cloud, sunshine always follows. With the help of our class adviser and class officers, we were well able to turn out many successful activities. Our officers for this year were: Preszdenz .......,........,.....,.., ........ F red Derrick Vice-President .... ..........,,. P eggy Mellin Secretary .......... ....... M ary Thompson Trmsurcr ......,.. ........ F rankie Curtis Adviser ............,.,...........,.,............. Laura Glover As the seasons change, so it was with our Sophomore year. We came back to school a little taller, heavier, and full of mischief. We also felt a little more grown up because this year we could choose a few of our own subjects. Our main objection was, it still was school. During this year, we had many more privileges. The main feature of the year was the banquet for the class of '49, which proved to be very successful. Another thing brought to our developing minds this year was that we couldn't do without money. This opened up some money-making activities. Again, with the help of our class ofiicers and adviser, we came out flying our flag of victory. Our officers for this year were: Preszrlent ............................,..,........ Fred Derrick Vice'-Presizlent .,.. .,,,,, ,..,.,. J 0 yce Greer Secretary ....... .............. J oan Kuhn Treasurer ................................ Mary Thompson Ad'L'i.ver .......................................... Laura Glover "Juniorsl" how we despise that name. After all, we were the oldest ones in school now. We didn't let the name "Juniorsl' discourage us, we just showed the others what we could do and once more we were victorious. Our first activity for this year was a trip to lvash- ington, D. C. VVe enjoyed this much more because we History earned the trip. lt was a reward for "superior" sales- manship in the magazine drive. One big feature was the Christmas dance with almost everyone taking part. It couldn't have turned out better. The prom, sponsored by the Juniors and Seniors, was the highlight of the year. Our officers and adviser who led the class this year were: President ,,,,,,.,,,, .......... D avid Kuhn Vice-President ..... ....... C harles Feaga Srrretary ..........,. ....... F rankie Curtis Treasurer ............. ........ J Oyce Greer Sergeant-at-Arms .... ..... ......... B i ll Cugle Adviser ,,,,,,,..,.,,,......,.....,............... Laura Glover With our class of thirty-three, we entered into our last year of high school. The pet peeve for this year was the term 'fDignified Seniors." We weren't dignified at all. We were as humble as ever and did everything we were Hmaden to do. Once more we won a trip to Washington, D. C. for superior salesmanship in the magazine campaign and what a time we had as one big happy family. The main feature this year is the year book. lt is keeping us very busy, but we know you will enjoy the finished product in years to come. Once more and for the last time, we sponsored the Christmas Dance which everyone seemed to enjoy. Although we have had all these activities, we did not neglect our studies. VVe are longing to hear the words, "Well done thou Good and Faithful Servant," as we receive our diplomas on the night of graduation. We are very proud of our officers for the year, we are: Preszdent ....,.......,....................... Jean R21mSlJUl'g Vice-President ..,.. ....... C harles Fcaga Secretary .,.......... ........... J OyCC GFCCI' I ........Betty Nazelrod .......Bobbie Justice Treasurer ............. S ergmnt-at-.4 rms .... Adfpiyer ,,,,,,,,,....,, ...... L aura Glover fancy" "Joe" 11Patn NANCY LEE BAUGHER "Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow." Pet Pauion ....... -..---- ......,. Basketball PM Ptwl ......... ........-..-.-.little brother Ambition .-.-..... .... ..-......-,...,.,..secret3ry Favorite Saying.--"You all are crazy." Tallest girl in the class . . . Pontiac is her pet speed wagon . . . brown hair and blue eyes. BLAKELY ORAM BOONE "The best things come in small packages." Pet Pauion .............. Driving Oldsmobile Pet Peeve ...... - .... .. .... - .........,., homework A mbition .... -..-.. ..........,.......,....... husband Favorite Saying.."Aw! You're Crazy" Short and cute . . . has brown hair and brown eyes . . . Recognized by his smile . . . quite talkative. JOSPEH GEORGE BOONE "The quiet one is the smart one." Pet Passion ......................,.........,. hunting Pet Peeve .... -... ............. - ........ girls Ambition .............. ................. ' 'crooner" Favorite Saying ............ "I don't know." Often heard singing to himself . . . Never has much to say, except in P. O. D .... Tall and has a pleasing personality. DOROTHY CATHERINE BILLER "Wisdom and goodness is better than richness and greatness." Pet Paxsion ......................,..,...,.. reading Pet Peeve .,.................,..,,,,......., phys. ed. Ambition ................. ........ s tenographer Favorite Saying ................ "I guess so." Quiet as a mouse . . . good student . . . member of Oracle Staff . . . Mem- ber of National Honor Society. PATRICIA LOU BURT Pet Pauion .,...................,,..., ....,........ D ick Pet Peeve ...........,.................,.,.., drawing Ambition .... To find a secretarial job Favorite Saying - "Oh! for Heaven's sake" Small and neat . . . very cute . . . has a southern drawl . . . loves her brothers. NELLIE RUTH BUSICK "A woman's strength is in her tongue." Pet Panion ,............................,..,.., Jessie Pet Peeve ...,. . ..,....,..,,..,,,. "The Big Six" Ambition ................,i,,,.., To get married Favorite Saying.."Goodness gracious" Says what she thinks . . . makes frequent trips to Dayton . . . plays on class teams . . . desires to wring Ham- mie's neck, "Bobby ' HDMI: HNIUAA '.lohn" 'Bill" 'Freddie" JOHN RALPH CHRISTIAN "Be as you would seem to be." Pez Passion ...,....7..... driving his Dodge Pet Peefve ,...., ...........f,....A......,-....f I Hlklng Ambition., Right hand man to father Favorite Saying ........ "Where's Fluke?" Never too much to say . . . table tennis artist . . . object of teasing by the rest of the fellows . . . sandy hair and brown eyes. LUCILLE FERN CONAWAY "Do the likeliest and hope the best." Per Passion ,... ,.r.......r........,......,... b rothers Pet Peefvg ,....,,,...,..,..... ,,....... .,... H a milton Ambition ,,,,,,,A,,,,.,,....,,,.......,,. homemaker Falvorite saying ,,.... "I know, but-" Has a mind of her own . . . pretty eyes . . . hard worker . . . mother's best helper. WILLIAM ARTHUR CUGLE "Words are for women, actions for men." Pet Passion .,.,,,.i A certain Lisbon girl Pet Pave ,,.,,.......,,,.......,,rr.... alittle kids Ambition - to master the art of "Love-making" Favorite saying - "Aw, you guys are crazy" Good athlete . . . co-captain of soc- cer team . . . always seen with Phil or Bob . . . loves to tease. IDA FRANCES CURTIS "By the work, one knows the Workman." Pet Passion ..........s.,......,..,......... Francis Pet Peesve ........,,...............,.......,sa.... Latin Ambition ....,...... Somebody's little wife Fafvoriie saying .....,,,,,.,,... "Gee whiz" Tall . . . plays on teams . . . mem- ber of Oracle and Argus Staff . . . National Honor Society . . . spends a lot of time in Elkridge . . . active in 4-H work. FREDERICK RUDOLPH DERRICK "In sportsmanship he reigns supreme" Pet Passion ............,.,..................... sports Pet Peefue ......,.............,............... "Navy" Ambition, .,.,..,.....,..,...,. Pool-room tender Fafvorite sa in .... "Arm 's onna win" Y Excellent athlete . . . captain of soc- cer team . . . twice president of class . . . friend of all. BEULAH ELIZABETH ENNIS "Live to eat, Don't eat to live." Pet Passion .............,,..,.......,,..,.. Herman Pet Pnfve ....... .....,... .. L ....,.,,,,.,.. ...,,,sister Ambition ............ To be Herman's wife Favorite saying ................ "Yes, but-" Loves to eat . . . likes to dance . . . June can't come too soon for her. "Luc'ille' "F rankii "Beulal 'barlieu Eileen" Iammie" CHARLES COLUMBUS FEAGA "Blushing is virtue's color" Pet Passion ,..,,.,,....,.................,... arguing Pe! Peeve ..A.A.,.. ..........,,,..., A rmy Ambition ........,,.... .,..,.. c attle dealer Favorite saying ,,,,.......,. .,,., ' 'Aw, heck" Shy in his way . . . good sport . . . liked by all . . . member of Student Council and Oracle staff. Wants to invent airplane with flapping wings. Always ready with a helping hand. PHILIP JOHN FEAGA "Knowledge is a good purchase, though he paid dear for it." Pe! Panzon ,..,.,,.,...................,.. -Jesting Pet Peeve . ....,.,,,..,.,.. ......,.. w orking Ambition ,,,.... .,.. - ..........,........,, h as none Favorite Saying - "Miss Glover, I don't know" Slow as can be . . . always sleeping when he possibly can . . . good athlete . . . Bill and Lee's shadow . . . hates smart girls?????? AGNES EILEEN FOUTS "A disposition as sunny as her southern drawl." Pet Panion ,,,.,,,,,......,,,., Hillbill music Y Pet Peeve ,,,,,.,....,,..,,,,,,.. .Popular music Ambition ..,. Wife of a "Blue Sky Boy" Favorite Saying ,,., "Oh, my goodness" Easy to get along with . . , always on the watch for a '47 Ford . . . Hails from Alabamie . . . beams with per- sonality . . . loves to argue with Patsy about music. JOYCE ARLENE GREER "If work brings success, success is hers." Pe! Passion ,.,.........,,,.,...,,..,t..,,,,,,..,,,, Jake Pet Peeve .......,,,,.,,,.........,,,,,,,........... Bill Ambition ,,,,,t,... be a married secretary Favorite Saying ,,,. "You're crazy, too" President of Student Council . . . member of Argus and Oracle staff . . . good athlete . . . cheerleader . . . has eye only for "DeBoy" . . . Good sense of humor . . . member of National Honor Society. HAMILTON HAINES, JR. "While there's life, there's hope" Pet Parxion ,,,,........,,,,,,,,.........,.,.. talking Pet Peeve - Yearbook staff asking nosey questions Ambition - ardent inventor of little gadgets Favorite Saying - "This is a little off the subject, but" Always talking about Navy . . . loves to argue . . . always teasing the girls and getting knocked in the head for it . . . uses gun parts for appetizers. MARGARET JANE HELMRICH "There is no wisdom like franknessu Pet Paxsion ......,.,,......,....,........., Dancing Pet Peeve .......,..,....,,,.,,,,,,,...... Hamilton Ambition ....,, ..,.......,,,, t o learn to drive Favorite Saying - "Hamilton, cut it out" Newer addition to our class . . . has a will and way of her own . . . usually seen with Marie, Nel, and Viola. "Phil rr-,oy "Margaret '.IaCkit" 14Lon 'Dafve" -IACQUELINE ANN HOUSE "It is good to live and learn" Pet Passion ......,............................... Earl Pet Peerve ,...,,.A,.,..,,,.... Tempting Foods Ambition ,,,,A.,,............ model housewife Fa-vorite Saying ............ "My Gosh l" Good student . . . member of Argus and Oracle Staff . . . has wedding bells ringing in her head. Member of National Honor Society. ROBERT LEE JUSTICE "Take life as it comes" Pzt Passion ....,..,.. . ..... ...,........,......... . girls Pet Paelve .....,,...,..,, ..school and the like Ambition ,,.,..., big scale farm operator Favorite Saying ............ "Is that right?" Good athlete . . . driver of 'tBlue Bullet" . . . usually accompanies Bill to Lisbon and Phil to Catonsville . . . future farmer. LOIS VIRGINIA KEMP "A handful of good sense is worth a bushel of learning" Pet Passion ..,.........,,......,....,...,.,..,... Fred Pet Pzefve ................ . ............ gasoline bill Ambition ...,,.,...,................, get married Favorite Saying ,... "Oh, my goodness" Good pal and hard worker . . . drives '49 chevie . . . engaged to a guy in Khaki . . . always willing to help. FLOYD STERLING KERWIN "Quiet, not much to say, but a swell guy in every way." Pet Pauion ,.......... . ..........,.. a...-.-skating Pet Pufve ............... - ....... P. O. D. class Ambition .................... motorcycle "Cop" Favorite Saying .,.......... "I don't know" Always willing to lend a helping hand . . . light brown wavy hair . . . pretty amber eyes . . . nice smile . . . lots of friends, especially girls. DAVID LERIAN KUHN "A good companion, he is good company." Pet Passion ..........................,, Basketball Pet Peefve .................,.,............ being thin Ambition ,s....., College or Service bound Favorite Saying .....,.......,.........,. "Aw" Member of Student Council and Oracle staff . . . tall and thin . . . past president of class . . . good stu- dent and friend . . . has a ready smile for everyone . . . member of National Honor Society. JOAN CAROLYN KUHN Ulf the world stopped, she couldnTt" Pet Passion ,,.,,.,.,..................,...... Rabbit Pet Peefve - "Termites" roaming E. C. H. S. Ambition ,.......,...........,.., Be a B. T. O. Favorite Saying ............,,,. "I did not" Good artist . . . Member of Argus and Oracle Staff . . . Drives most any- thing . . . tallest cheerleader . . . basketball varsity . . . college bound. ullten "Fluke ujon ttggyu tttyn Glen" MARGARET VICTORIA MELLIN "Diligence is the mother of good fortune." Pot Passion ,,,,,,,,,.vv,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S ports Pl! Peeve .................... broken promises Ambition - Looks forward to a life of sowing and sewing. Favorite Saying ,.,. "That's not right" Can out-talk almost anyone . . . always ready for a good time . . cheerleader . . . ,plays on teams . . . member of Oracle and Argus staff. Likes Navy a lot. MARIE DORIS MITCHELL "Hope well and have well" Pet Panion ,...,,......,......... .....,....,... B illy Pet Pee-ve .......,............ . ,,,,,, P. O. D. Ambition ...,,.., .,............, fi nd a good job Favorite Saying ,,,,,,,,,,,, "I don't care" Shortest member of class . . . good cook . . . always teasing the girls . . . seen with Mildred, Nel, Viola and Nancy. BETTY LOU NAZELROD "A little body harbors great thoughts" Pet Pauion ........... ...................... R onnie Pet Peeve ........... ................, s horthand Ambitmn ........................ be a secretary Favorite Saying ........,,,. "I know, etc." Short and cute . . . member of Stu- dent Council . . . Co-editor of Oracle . . . good student . . . liked by all . . . object of continual teasing by Dave . . . member of National Honor Society. JEAN BURDETTE RAMSBURG "Where there's a will, there's a way" Pet Passion ..,.......................,,.,,,,, singing Pet Peeve .... . ...... ...........,....,.. b rother Ambition ....................,,...e. go to college Favorite Saying ......,,..,,,, "G,-D.-H0 !" Member of Argus and Oracle staff . . . president of class . . . nice so- prano voice . , . plays on school teams . . . member of National Honor So- ciety. GLEN MARK SELL "A charitable man is a true lover of God.' Prt Passion .,......,...,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Church Pet Peeve ..........,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,, Girls Ambition ....,....... Missionary Cforeignj Favorite Saying - "Well, now, I wouldn't say that" Co-editor of Oracle staff . . . likes to argue with Charles . . . chicken raiser . . . loyal to the class . . . loves to fish . . . nice personality. NANCY ANN SHROP "To persevere is to conquer" Pet Panion .... Night out with the gang Pe! Pew: ........................................ Latin Ambition ..,..,,..................., go to college Favorite Saying ,,...... "Well, holy cow" Smallest cheerleader . . . plays on school teams . . . good student . . . always willing to help . . . cute and full of pep . . . little on the shy side. "Razz "Jean" ulvancyn is" MARY CAROLINE THOMPSON "All worldly happiness consists in opinions." Pet Passion .................................. Jimmie Pet Peeve ..........,.,....................... hunting Ambition .............. .,,,.,.... g et married Favorite Saying .... . .... "Well, my gosh!" Very attractive . . . member of Argus staff . . . loves basketball . . . great competitor of Charles!l??? Full of fun and always in for a good time. Bubbles over with personality. Has a sparkler from pet passion. VIOLA GAY WILKENS "Confidence is the champion of success." pf' PH.fJi0fl ,,,,,,,,,,,,---'-- ---- -1 --AD A if Force Pet feeve ........ Boys that don't dance A 7715111071 --------------..... ........... .. ,secretary Favorite Saying - "Better Get Some Sleep" Good Student . . . member of Argus and Oracle Stalf . . . goes frequently to Dayton . . . sews well. Pretty au- burn hair and blue eyes. Seen with Nel, Marie, and Nancy. MILDRED PAULINE HATFIELD I am the master of my fateg I am the captain of my soul. Pff Prwwn ............ ............ o pposite sex PH Bjfvf ----------- ----.--------... . ............ s chool A"'b'f'0" ---------- -------.-.- .--.--- .... g e t married Favorite Saying ,t,. "You're ready, kid" Newest member of our class . . Cute, has pretty blonde hair . . frequently seen with alumni . . recognized by her southern accent. Class Poem SAY COMRADE: 'Tis the final day and we leave this place, find I'll wager we leave with a humble gra Yes, long we've waited to get from within To mold our lives and our fortunes spin. SAY COMRADEI Now opened are the doors to the world, And all unto it are tossed and hurled. The road up is long, and hard be the test. And so, dear Comrade, give it your best. It can by you alone be done - Seize the chance and the Victory is won! ce, "Viz "Milt Day Before Graduation 'Twas the day before graduation, when down Main Street, Came Miss Laura Glover and sixty-six tiny feet. They were shoving and laughing and pushing around, When down on the street Hamilton came with a bound. Miss Glover looked at Robert and Phil, and said, 'That's naughty you know! And they said, 'Miss Glover you know it ain't so. And what to our astonished eyes should appear, But Nellie, Viola, Mildred and Marie with a case of root beer And behind them there came, leading a coon, Floyd Kerwin and Maestro .loe Boone. Out of the Gayety full of jive, Came .loan Kuhn and the rest of the big five. And they climbed into the Nash all full of cheer, And as you can guess, no one was able to steer. They hit Bobbie's truck and slung him out on his ear. 'I'll get you all,' Bobbie did shout. But as usual they wiggled out with a pout. .lust a little reminder, you men, Frankie, Jackie, Buelah and Pat are on the war path again. Hanging around their usual wolf den, Was David, John, Charles and Glen. In the pool room, I know and read - Stands Bill Cugle and all star, Fred. Dorothy and Eileen looking so shy, But what about that man's image in their eye? Betty Nazelrod, so little and tiny, Is always stealing a look at Ronnie. Here come Lucille and Margaret, Not over hers yet comes Lois Kemp From last night's frolic, half dead,' Singing of her head. Here comes .lean Ramsburg full of joy, And hanging on her arm, nothing else but a boy! Nancy Baugher is a ball-hog, they say, But she'll show them all, Nancy, won't you some day? Time is getting short we hear, So we'll leave all our teachers with cheer. One thought before I run, Congratulations to all, flnd on with the fun. i Written by Barbara Gamber Former Class Mate Class Prophecy Well Peter, the class of '51 is her-e. Let's take a look around and see what the kids have done with their lives. Nancy Baugher always had her head in the clouds so she had her chance as General Secretary to Eastern Airlines. Phil Feaga and Bobbie Justice combined their brains. They made a lot of money and because they didn't know what else to do with it they bought up their heart's desire, The .Gayety. The Chorus Girls surely became famous when john Christian took over and started managing their routine. Floyd Kerwin, after playing the lead in "The Big Kiss," won the "Oscar" for being the greatest lover. He married his leading lady, Patsy Burt, who for years had been practicing famous ballet dances and also trying to win her leading man. Peggy Mellin was well noted throughout the community as the "Ideal Wife," Civic Leader, and PTA President. Nancy Shrop after many years of research, has finally discov-ered the unknown for which she was rewarded the "Knowbell" Prize. She toured Europe and was wooed and won by a Frenchman, "Pierce Oui Oui." Our studious Jean Ramsburg became one of the outstanding politicians for her own "Get Out and Go" party. They are now working on a 5-day week-end plan. One day as I r-eturned to E. C. H. S. for records, I found none other than Frankie Curtis teaching advanced Science and Mathematics. She and Miss Ferguson have collaborated and now want to put in an 18 hour a day school plan. "Phew!" l'm glad I got out when I did. Fred Derrick became president of N. B. A. After retiring, he started his own taxi cab business. It seems he had gotten the new speed limit for which he had been fighting. Now he is driving the taxi to test the law. Joan Kuhn, according to reports is tramping around the Amazon looking for weird birds and such. She says she wants to get away from the hectic life of the civilized working world. While there she started a chewing gum plant. She made amillion dollars smuggling it into Ellicott City High School. Joyce Greer stepped out of the spotlight after leaving school. She is now living a quiet life in Arbutus, where she is busy building her 18 room mansion, swimming pool, and riding stable. Hamilton Hains, Jr., turned out to be one of those inventors who was always inventing gadgets that didn't work. He finally, after much experimenting, came across with a "Kiss Proof Lipstick." I-le calls it "Smeargone." He made so much money that he bought all the teams that beat Navy and paid them to quit playing football. Bobbie Boone was one of the few in the class that got to do what he really wanted. He is with the "Why Sit When You Can Sleep?" Company. His job is one most intricate and complex. He tests beds. Jackie House, who always loved "dogs" opened a shop which she calls "House of Poodles." Here she gave the dogs beauty treatments, permanents, and manicures and then entered them in shows. Getting tired of this she finally settled down to marry her old flame, Earl Thunderbug. Nellie Busick jumped at the chance to open h-er own Night Club. She calls it "After Dark" and she is known as "Diamond Nell," famous for her shows and blues singing. She entertains such stars as: Laurn I-Iumphy, Burt, and Goale. She had many admirers and finally one did hook her, let me see, was it Jess? Oh! I can't seem to remember! There were so many. Charles Feaga was a gentleman farmer In the West he bought a dude ranch known as Ride Em Ugh' He can be seen daily with one of his 16 children riding the range dhitgwi 'U '- 5 -.1 ssl Class Prophecy I C ont. I junior College served its purpose for Viola Wilkensg it got her a wonderful job as personal secretary to an ever-growing business in Baltimore, Md. She has a very intricate job. Besides her regular job in the office, she also bends staples and paper clips into shape for reuse. Betty N azelrod became thoroughly disgusted with studying and working, so she took a vacation. This was to Hawaii ..... Here someone discovered a hidden talent, that of Hula dancing. After success all over the world, she returned to Ellicott City to wait for a certain someone! ! ll Lucille Conaway all through school had her eye on a certain something, but until now we didn't know just what it was. It was a candy and bubble gum shop. It seems she always had a weakness for such, but now she just looks at it and groans-I!!! Joe Boone set up a new school system. No homework, no studying, no exams, no homeroom work. Strange though, I haven't heard of his plan going into effect. It sounds like a good one to me if we could get the right people to appreciate it. Lois Kemp had been trying to get married for years and as yet hasn't found anyone to fit her qualifications. No wonder she hasn't found him. Listen: All she wants is a 6 foot 6 inches tallg blond, curly hairg black eyes and a mustache. He must have plenty of money, not just thousands, but millions. A girl can dream, can't she, Well, Glen Sell has tried enough professions thus far. First it was wrestling, then boxing, baseball and the like. But his heart just wasn't in them. Finally he decided to became a foreign missionary. The latest reports say he has taught some of the greatest lessons in humanity. Mildred Hatfield, after touring the country settled down in the big city of Ellicott City She is now head of The Air Travel Bureau at Friendship Air Port Going on a vacation? Then why not see Miss Hatfield Eileen F outs became a music maestro-, in hillbilly music People come from miles around just to hear Lil Ole Eileen sing and tear the chandelier down Always studious, always bright, now make clothes to fit just right Yes, Doro thy Blller has now become a designer for Par ees and F ren che Inc Dress Designers Most of her designing is done for those charming race track girls Miss Beulah Ennis and Marie Mitchell They raise thoroughbred horses, one of which won for them a bag of money Dave Kuhn after finishing college, started to teach school but found this not to his liking and so changed to coaching basketball at Harvard where he has used some of Mr Quinlan s winning plays to turn his team into a vlctorious one Has anyone seen Margaret Helmrxch around lately? No well I guess you haven t She went to California to get into the movies She didn t succeed in this, however, but she did succeed in getting a job as private secretary to the head of the Sun Kxst Orange Company Mary Thompson after becoming a model settled down to living a life of her own She became head of a Christmas Fund for Children and Vice President of a Fund For the Poor Then after that she shut her self off from the world in her bungalow, until she met her conquest of her senior high school days, and they got married That s the last Ive heard of Mary Bill Cugle opened a fun house in Illchester It seems that he was making a lot of money in his fun house When further investigated it was discovered that he was operating a bookie joint Well St Peter the class of 51 didnt do too bad for themselves Oh, we almost forgot dear old Miss Glover She taught English for years, then retired and went back to dear Tennessee The last I heard from her she had just bought a life time ticket to the Grand Ole Opr'y , I TENTH 'am 1 f ,pg eh 59 1 3, f Y w a NE I U f S N f 'fix if V QMSSMUEN wi V E' , if QV - fu :M ,, 5 w -T W 1 I EIGHTH SEVENTH X Juniors F. Atkins C. Barnes M. A. Boggs M. Boone D. Bowman M. A. Burns M. Dasher F. deCheubel C. Ecker P. Feaga R. Feaga H. Fincham B. Hare D. Harris A. Hobson J. Hollingsworth F. Hollman P. James T. jasper J. jestes M. J. Justice M. Lambert T. Lambert N. Lassotovitch L. Laupert C. Marah C. Miller H. Mitchell B. Moxley E. Moxley H. Myers I. Nicolai J. Paris P. Peddicord R. Poole B. Radcliffe G. Reed R. Safely P. Shea K. Sheets G. Spaulding R. Strassner E. Thomas B. Thompson J. Tignor J. Whiteford Q. Selby P. Howard P. Bridner H. Caplinger VV. Carroll S. Cavey B. Collier J. Curran C. Dorsey M. Feaga R. Fisher F. Fox J. Griffin S. Greer M. Harper J. Hawkins D. Hobbs F. Hollenbaugh A. Jogereit K. Jones M. Keller A. Klein W. Klein C. Kramer P. Mayhugh R. McKenzie C. Morse B. Meyers W. Nazelrod A. Pattison j. Peddicord J. Penny L. Pfeiffer D. Richardson S. Royer J. Sheei., R. Spence V. Stonesifer G. Wessel S. Whiteford R. Zdanis M. Zeltman K. Bortiz A. Murray G. Sheets D. Wall Tenth Seventh SMALL GAMES M 4 4- VX! 7 J 1 HOME ECONOMICS CAMERA CLUB HOBBYCLUB SEVVING ARGUS Editor ,.,.,,,...,....,.....,,,,,.......,....., Peggy Mellirl flssixmnt Editor ., .............. Betty Thompson Adviser , ,,7. ,,77, , , ,,Y7.. .. Miss Laura Glover Co,Edito,.5 Staff Members Betty Nazelrod Oyce Greer . Glen Sell Margaret Mellm . Charles Feaga sm? rr . l Joan Kuhn Viola Wxlkens . C jean Ramsburg Jackre House , . Dorothy Bxller Buszlzexs Managers Frances Curtis David Kuhn Student Council President ,............ ......,.. l ................ I oyce Greer Vire-President ,,,.,, ...,,,.,. , -MFTHHCCS AIliirlS Sffretary and Treasurer ........ Helen Caplinger ,lflfyiggr ,,,,,,,,,,,, Miss Marion H. Ferguson W N4 Q fl 14 Q A9 1 55 W D mf Q N Q K w X T W! 1 .1 W bk S 4 f u.',,,,.N gwfvf V , VVV, x g gl x vp 4 . all W W 'W 'fwfr K5 MW NM G gl x ,:: gg X W if wr pil 3 3 Y Q55 'v 'SQ The boys' squad, under the di- rection of Mr. Quinlan, feel they are going to have a good season, considering the strong competition. Members of the squad are: ed Derrick :nry Myers co-captains l Cugle uis Kraft :hard McKenzie unald Gillingham arren Nazelrod l Schlotterbeck The girls' basketball varsity, under the direction of Miss Betty Lang is looking forward to a very successful season. The team mem- bers are: Martha Ann Boggs Peggy Mellin co-captains Joyce Greer Jean Ramsburg Joan Kuhn Barbara Moxley Gay Reed Mary Feaga Patsy Peddicord, sub. Nancy Jessen, sub. Rebecca Feaga, sub. Basketball Junior High Soccer The Junior lligh soccer squad had Z1 successful season, consisting of 2 wins and l loss. Junior High Fieici Hockey The Junior High field hockey team had ai very successful season. They won all their games, giving them the county championship. wM W ' HI' e 2 , . v f L , . ,AZ,:.44 ,:.i , A,,2.5,,ix . ,N Q W 3 2 515, 'I' Qk ,E 4 4- M 4 S11 9 if 'Q 5 'A 2 '3'-tml Q 4 s aw is Qi fl z S L 'wy ' fi Q i.:5-vm P 1. 4 , . r 4 A V as. A ff f Y? . 1 ,f ,mm L,', - Aki? a.. inn! ,Q , ' fi me +4 ...gl www, is W m e . ' , ' x ' 4' . 15, f J W' is J. n J, 1 A , V VV' 3 33 Yi jim A A A M K , I xfk-7 w Q rf, an k Ny .. V4 A, , Aw. ?:i5f . If I 59, 4 if A 1 3 ay " ix, fg in 7 f. A Q' ,Af HQ! H-X A ,N 'Ja f ,Y , X ,ks H. G. R EBLICK e soN 2140 AISQUITH STREET BALTIMORE, MARYLAND ik fi? ir 'fr 'Cr 'L' ir if il' ft is 'iff ik' ik' fi? ix' 12' ik 1? if iz 1? 19: 1? if 'fr W ik' it ffl? PRINTERS-LITHOGRAPI-IERS TO SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES EVERYWHERE piddlddyld af THE ELLICOTT CITY ORACLE Patrons? And Patronesses . Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Mellin, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. R. Joseph Parker, Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. House, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. George H. Wehland, Ellicott City, Md. Colonel and Mrs. Thomas W. Ligon, Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hobson, Ellicott City, Md. Miss Nola Brisentine, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Morris G. Smith, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ramsburg, Simpsonville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Thompson, Chestnut Hill, Ellicott City, Md Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Burt, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Yingling, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. Paul Brandenburg, Jr., Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Warren G. Myers, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baker, Elkridge, Md. Mr. Raymond E. Dorn, Catonsville, Md.. Mr. Claude E. Brown, Edmondson Ave. Ext., Ellicott City, Md. Mr. Walter Pickett, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. William Ledbetter, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Justice, Marriottsville, Md. Miss Anna M. Avers, Catonsville, Md. Miss Frances Brown, Woodstock, Md. Mr. William G. Mellin, Pikesville, Md. Main Cleaners and Dyers, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. H. S.wCushing, Ellicott City, Md. VARSITY Drive-In, 5604 Baltimore Nationiil Pike Mr. and Mrs. Paul Corbitt, Simpsonville, Miss Mattie K. Steinacker, Baltimore, Md. Helen and Mary Lerian, Old Frederick Road Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Safley, Ellicott City, Md. Howard Kuhn, Baltimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kuhn, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Miss Marion H. Ferguson, Ellicott City, Md Patrons Mr. Robert Weigel, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. William Hood, Ellicott City, Md. Milady's Mirror, Main Street, Ellicott City, Md. Dr. and Mrs. George G. Hansen, Ellicott City, Md Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zoller, Ellicott City, Md. Mr. and Mrs. H. Allan Foutty, Baltimore, Md c Raymond O Miller, U S Marine Corps Mr. Robert L. Lalierty, Ellicott City, Md Miss Mary Elizabeth Lang, Catonsville, Md Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Kerwin, Ellicott City, Md Mr. Walter Green, Ellicott City, Md Miss Doris Brandt Baltimore, Md Miss Juanita Sizemore, Ellicott City, Md Miss Annabelle Ferguson, Ellicott City, Md Mr. John Votta, Main Street, Ellicott City, Md Miss Eleanor M. Dries Catonsville Md Miss .Priscilla Lankford Ellicott City, Md Mr. and Mrs. George Delevieleuse, Catonsville, Md. Mr. Clarence H. Cook, Ellicott City, Md Louis D Hook Ellicott City Md and Mrs Arnold Harms Catonsville Md and Mrs T R Shrop Ellicott City Md George E Cavey Ilchester Md and Mrs Edward F Cavey and Family, Ilchester, Md and Mrs Charles A Pumphry Ellicott Cnty Md and Mrs William Cugle Ilchester Md Rear Admiral and Mrs. Hamilton Hains Whitehall, Ellicott City Md Mr. George H. Tompkins, Ellicott City, Md Wall's Service Station Ellicott City, Md Brent Rudloff Ellicott City, Md Mr. and Mrs. J. Kern Thompson, Chestnut Hill, Ellicott City Md BEACON FEEDS AND BEACON SERVICE The Standard of Comparison In every field of en-deavor, there is one product that stands out in the crowd. That one product, be it a car, a piece of furniture, or a bag of feed, stands out because extra quality has been built into it. Beacon Feeds, are recognized throughout the Northeast as a QUALITY PRODUCT. The Quality is there because BEACON puts into its feed only the finest ingredients obtainable. These rations are constantly being tested in the BEACON quality control laboratory and on the Beacon Research Farms to be sure that they meet the proven requirements of the animals to which they are fed. An alert livestock producer knows that you cannot fture profits on what feeds cost-you must figure them on what feeds return. BEACON Feeds fed according to the BEACON program can defi- nitely help any farmer get good results with complete safety and full economy. The Memo1'y of Quality Remains Long After the Price is Forgotten THE BEACIIN MILLING CUMPANY, IN C. Eastport, L. I. Cayuga, N. Y. York, Pa. FARMERS' SUPPLY CO. - Distributor - RAMSBURG SUPPLY CO. Ellicott City, Maryland Phone Ellicott City 653 G. M. C. TRUCKS JOHN DEERE FARM MACHINERY Compliments To The CLASS OF '51 from THE BABTGIS BBIIS. C0. ILCHESTER, MARYLAND Frank S. Parlett Ralph L. Parlett PARLETT MOTOR COMPANY Direct Factory FORD Dealer Phone: l9Z or 620 Ellicott City, Maryland MILLER CIIEVRIILET SALES, INC. Ellicott City, Maryland Phone: Ellicott City l00, l0l, and 601 New and Used Cars and Trucks PARTS AND ACCESSORIES - REPAIRS BODY AND FENDER WORK Compliments of PATAPSCO PHARMACY "The Rexall Store" Charles L. Young M. J. Fitzimmons Phone: Ellicott City 250 WILFLAX MOT0llS, INC. Edmondson Avenue Extended U. S. Route 40 Ellicott City, lylaryland Donald Flax, Vice-Presia'ent Telephone: 827 C 0 m p l i m en ts Of Bll00KWO0D FARMS THE ELLICOTT CITY TIMES hlofward Countyfv Only Newspaper A STRUMBERCH PUBLICATION EASTON soNs C,,mp,ime,,,5 since 1885 FUNERAL HOMES of Ambulance Service Phones: Ellicott City 152 - Catonsville 8610 Catonsville Compliments V of PEDDlCORD'S GARAGE GENERAL REPAIRING PEDDICORDS HARDWARE B ttr'e --T'r -T b and APPLIANCE srone 'Z t 'H " ff St. John's Lane Phone: Ellicott City 180 Compliments Of SAUTERS SERVICE STATION Edmondson Avenue Extended MELVILLE SCOTT 8. SON General Insurance St. John's Lane and Frederick Road Ellicott City, Md. Phone: Ellicott City 199 Phone: Catonsville 4020 A Great Name On the Road! AMERICAN OIL COMPANY Compliments Of PATAPSCO PACKAGE GOODS Ellicott City, Maryland Phone: Ellicott City 534-J-4 E. REID BOSSOM Painting and Decorating OLD FREDRICK ROAD Ellicott City, Md. SAMUEL J. YATES 81 SON Fancy and Staple Groceries - Meats Fruits and Vegetables Frozen Foods Through Delivery Phones: E. C. 222 and E. C. 272 C. J. DOLLE General Auto Repairing Body and Fender Work DuPont Refinishing and Welding 30 MELLOR AVE. Catonsville 28 THE FRIENDLY TAVERN CLARKSVILLE Proprietor, M. Blackburn Frederick Pike, Route 40 Ellicott City, Md. Gas - Oil -- Amoco Products LIGHT LUNCH B 81 A AMOCO SERVICE STATION Edmondson Ave. extended and Rogers Avenue Ellicott City, Maryland Phone 502-W Telephones : C Residence I -Ellicott City 246-R CC1aragej-Ellicott City 627 CARTER'S GARAGE Ellicott City, Md. General Auto Repairing 24 Hour Towing Service Motor Work a Specialty Call For and Delivery Service ALLAN THOMAS STUDIO 92 FREDERICK AVE. Catonsville 228, Maryland Catonsville 4659 WM. B. OWINGS International Harvester Machinery PARTS and SERVICE Ellicott City, Maryland Ellicott City 850 I.. D. HOOK 8: SON Compliments PLUMBING-HEATING of CONTRACTORS MR. and MRS. We Specialize in New Work and Remodeling ROY F' FEAGA Wedding Funeral CASH RATE HARDWARE BOUQUCTS Designs S. Bladen Yates, Prop. GEORGE D. LOH RIG Pratt's Feeds - Davis Paints . . . FLORIST . . . Dutch Boy Lead-Glass Lexington Market Cross Street Market APPLIANCES Ilchester Road, Ellicott City, Md. Phone: Catonsville 4218 Phones: E. C. 480 Ellicott City, Md. Compliments Of A FRIEND LOUGHRAN AND CO. C. H. Reichenbecker, Prop. WHOLESALE CONFECTIONERS Candies, Ice Cream Cones, Trays, Spoons and Tobacco: Phones: Ellicott City 382 Catonsville 7928 Ellicott City, Maryland Benj. Meller, Jr.-W. Emil Thompson HERMANN AND CARR Insurance - Real Estate Phone: 242 Ellicott City, Md. DICK'S PINTO STABLE HORSES FOR HIRE Boarded and Schooled RICHARD LOVVE AND SON Ilchester Road Phone: Catons. 7598 REXS' ESSO STATION ESSO SERVICE STATION Tires - Tubes - Accessories Montgomery Road Compliments Of HOPEFUL SENIOR BOYS PETE REICHARDT'S ESSO SERVICE Pine Orchard Ellicott City, Md. Phone: Clarksville 693-W-5 Lubrication - Washing Tires - Tubes - Recaps - Accessories WE PICK UP AND DELIVER Compliments Of AUSTINS 5 81 'IO STORE Phone: Ellicott City 339-W Compliments Of GETZ'S RESTAU RANT Edmondson Avenue Extended St. John's Lane Compliments Of OLD OAK DAIRY, INC. Compliments Of ELLICOTT THEATRE "A Show for the Entire Family" Max Goodman, Manager Phone: Ellicott City 423 Phone: CLARKSVILLE 683-W-2 Over 25 Years Same Location Cement, Briek, Stone, Frame and all kinds of Building Work from Ground to Roof C. EDMUND FEAGA General Contractor and Builder LUMBER - MILLWORK - CABINET Plans Prepared Repairing and Remodeling ELLICOTT CITY, MD. Five Miles West of Ellicott City on Old Route 40 EDWARD T. CLARK 81 SONS Ellicott City, Maryland HARDWARE - CO-AL - FEEDS PAINTS AND SEEDS Building and Farm Supplies Compliments of the CONTINENTAL MILLING AND FEED CO. Ellicott Citv, Maryland Phone: Ellicott City 380 Compliments' Owner Manager of Wm. Buell Frank G. Buell MATTHEWS GRUCERY su:u.s :ssc STATION The O"i9im'l West End Grocery Washing - Greasing - Simonizing POTTED PLANTS AND FLORAL Tire, - Tubes - Batteries DESIGNS West End of Main Street Edmondson Ave. and Rogers Ave. Phone: Ellicott City 311 U. S. 40 L. G. BALFOUR CO. Compliments Attleboro, Massachusetts of "Known wh.ere1'er there are Srhools and i i U College-,ff "Bill" and "Morris" Phillips Class Rings and Pins of Commencement Invitations-Diplomas Personal Cards TAYLORIS Club InSIgnIHTMCd3IS and Trophies Pxufnftufe - .Iewx,'el'r5' 1 Appliances Representative C I . I C d.: HENRY WITTICH ont emen re 1 208 W. Saratoga St. Baltimore, Md. MAIN STREET Ellicott City LOG CABIN LODGE Frederick Road Phone 482-J CIRCLE DRIVE-IN Edmondson Avenue Extended Serving Your Favorites Dinner - Home Made Ice Cream Sandwiches J. V. Neeley, Proprietor FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANIES Columbus, Ohio J. FRANK CURTIS Ellicott City, Md. Phone: Clarksville -l-O7-R or Ellicott City 716 "Dinner to your choice" BILL HARDMAN'S RESTAURANT Catering to Private Parties Sandwiches-Meals Edmondson Ave. Ext. at St. john's Lane Ellicott City, Md. Phone: 628 Maple Furniture 25 new brick cottages HARDMAN'S BEAUTY REST COTTAGES Hot Water - Heat - Tile Showers Edmondson Avenue Extended Ellicott City, Md. Alternate Rt. 40-cor. St. John's Lane Phone Ellicott City -I--ll or 151-J Ellicott City 110 F. C. Higinbothom, Jr. AMBULAINCE HIGINBOTHOM FUNERAL HOME Ellicott City, Md. WEST END SERVICE STATION Expert Repairing -- Accessories Phone: 198 Ellicott City, Maryland KUHN BROTHERS KUHN 8- DOHERTY -PAINTERS- General Contraftors Commerfial Residential 1 1 1929 FREDERICK AVENUE E. L. 512-J Latonb. 9061 Baltimore 23, Md. Spray or Brush TO THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THIS YEARBOOK POSSIBLE WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE THANKS. HAROLD E. JONES JAMES H. LILLEY CONTRACTOR-B UILDER GENERAL INSURANCE Main Street, Ellicott City, Maryland Phones: Ellicott City 457 and 730 Alumni Nancy Rogers Margaret Curtis White Catherine Ramsburg Earp Annabelle Curtis Tittsworth Charlotte Baugher Rochel Charles Volckman, Jr. William Volckman Thelma Elizazbeth Baugher Russell Baugher, Jr. Mary Fisher Norman E. Atkins Charles German George T. Curtis Helen M. Wehland James Rohleder Baugher Wm. Charles Baugher Arthur K. Collette Doris Stirn Collette Margaret Volckman Howard l Geneva Dasher Sauder William Kerwin Doris Jacob Buckingham Harlan W. Sell Ellen Kerwin Gosnell Mildred Moore Miller Minnie Wehland Donaldso Margery Curtis Irby Edward A. Gray, Jr. Edward Boone Albert Boone Woodrow Moore Isabel Moore Irvin S. Gaither, Jr. E. Reginald Burgess Robert H. Bradley Albert ,Bere Ruby Lokey Elsie Eckles Keller Howard Kuhn Betty Sigler Barbara German Franklin O. 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Donaldson i Student Supporters Fred Derrick Mary Thompson John Christian Jackie House Nancy Baugher Floyd Kerwin Beulah Ennis Charles Feaga Bobby Justice Dave Kuhn Nancy Shrop Joan Kuhn Joyce Greer Patsy Burt Eileen Fouts Peggy Mellin Jean Rarnsburg Lois Kemp Margaret Helmrich Erle Sears Helen Weil Ronald Smith Gloria Spaulding Marie Kramer Doris Ledbetter Donald Sewell Warren Johnson Pete Feaga Dick Zdanis Lawrence Pfeiffer Donald Perdue Dorothy Rex Alan McCauley Donald Wall James Paris Jerry Peach Charles Wood John Paul Miller Evelyn McCauley Leroy Laupert Barbara Moxley Shirley Greer Rebecca Feaga Eleanor Moxley Frances Atkins Gilbert Wessel Artimus Pattison Arminta Klein Anna Marie Jogereit James Addison Tommy Hains Peggy Bridner Charles Miller Lila Johns Henry Myers Shirley Mae Bossom Herbert Payne Shirley Baker Natalie Lassotovitch Malcolm Hoover Roland Ralph Vane Ivan Sell Dorothy Bowman Mary Jo Justice Lou Kraft Shirley Cavey Rowena Safley Patsy Mayhugh Charles Mellin Catherine Mellin Floyd Hollenbaugh Gay Reed '11 MV 1 nl g gf: V ' it " ., QP, LQ ' L , 19' 5 5 U.-K ' HH um- 6' 2 ' 1-wi'-gl 94-.-153 2 if wi' 1 , -- w','g P . 1-' -Wa . 23114: ,vl :K kg .,,,.un, ta ,AY I .--, 15" 5: . 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