Flintstone High School - Flint Chips Yearbook (Flintstone, MD)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1954 volume:
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FLINTSTONE HIGH SCHOOL
VOLUME I NUMBER IV
Flintstone High School
Among the lofty mountains of our Maryland,
There stands a school to all of us so dear
And there the light of knowledge ever burning in thy halls
ls always shining for us bright and clear,
And if we heed thy teachings to us given
And form our ideals from thy guidance true,
We'll live the life that is a worthy tribute
To Flintstone School, our teachers, friends and loved ones, too
When other scenes and other cares their impress leave
We'll let thy pleasant memories appear,
And then we'll think of friends and comrades that we loved so well
ln Flintstone School, to all of us so dear,
We dedicate this book to the Future Homemakers of America and to
the Future Farmers of America, These organizations have contrib-
uted immeasurably to the abundant life of our country,
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That happy, friendly homes furnish the basis of a true democracy
That our school is providing for the training of boys and girls to
make these happy homes,
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MRS, MARGARET ATKINSON- - -
MISS DELORES BEAN -----
MR, HAROLD BEAN --'--
MRS, MARY BLANCHARD- ' '
MRS. HAZEL BOTTENFIELD-
MISS ,IACQUELINE BROWNING- '
MR, RAYMOND CHANEY- ' -
MR. GEORGE CONWAY- -
MISS ANITA DICKEN' '
MISS ELINOR DOERR ----
MISS ROSEMARY DOLLY- -
JOHN FRANK -----
EUGENE HARRIS- -
. ETHEL HARTLEY- - -
"STONEY" JACKSON- '
, ANNA LOGDSON- - -
KENNETH MALONE- '
VELLA PATTERSON- - '
. MARY ROBINETTE- -
. ELSIE H. ROLAND' '
DOROTHY SMITH- -
- - - English
- - - Grade Five
- - Core, Reading
- - - - - Music
- - - Grade One
- - Grade Five
- - - - - - Mathematics
- - History, Mathematics
- - - - - - Elementary Music
- - Biology, English, Librarian
- Social Studies
- - - - Science
- Coach, Physical Education
- - - - - - Grades One and Two
- - Vocational Agriculture, Shop
- - - - - - - Home Economics
Principal, Vocational Agriculture
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So tall, calm and cool! Porky has given
spectacular performances as our soccer
goalie, Mathematics is his favorite
Fred's interest in sports has been shown
very distinctly, Come baseball season
and he's ready to go, Come soccer
season and he's ready to go, That's not
all because Fred likes to hunt,
Good things come in small packages.
Ruth proves this statement by her small
features and big deeds,
"Cricket" is a quiet soft-voiced little
girl. She seldom has much to say, but
she is a great favorite,
What was that streak? Was it lightning?
No! It was only Tom in his flying Ford,
Tom finds Shop interesting,
Did you say all work and no play?
Merel's sense of humor has added many
happy times to our school day memories
Someone who participates in class is
"Dick," He is very good in expressing
his opinion on any subject,
Quietness often leads to fame, If this be
true, we know Fred will succeed in any-
thing he undertakes,
Bob was outstanding in his one year of
soccer, His many goals were an aid to
Flintstone's finishing in second place of
the V-',M,l. League,
If you want a good actor, just call on
"Jim, " We'll remember him especially
in his performance as William Shake-
speare in " The Boy Will, " He is reliable
in soccer and baseball.
Will "Farmer lack" live up to his name?
We all know he likes Agriculture.
Sincerity is one of Martha's nicest
characteristics. She spends her spare
"Dot" is the girl athlete in our class,
She enjoys softball, roller skating and
Bang! That was a report from a rifle,
You can be sure Hervey is in the vicinity
because hunting is his favorite hobby,
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"Mac's" outstanding talent is her acting
ability, As Mandy, she was an excellent
performer in our Junior Minstrel,
Quiet and shy, Ken's a real fine guy!
Every inch of 6' 4" is packed with fun,
"Nat" has proven herself to be an all
around good student. She is class
treasurer, president of Student Council,
editor of "Flint Chips" and a talented
As vice president of our Senior Class and
president of F, F. A. , Dwight has shovsm
that he not only has fine scholastic
ability, but also takes part in other
The willing worker of our class is none
other than Norma jean. Lead her to a
task and she is sure to conquer it,
Ronnie has been an active member of
Dramatics Club, His acting ability has
been displayed many times,
"Betts" has quiet ways which only add
to her charms. She is a fine seamstress,
Fun, fun and more fun! "Doc" special-
izes in Shop. Who knows, maybe he
will be a famous carpenter!
Leah is noted for her singing ability.
During her Junior year she was crowned
Sweetheart Queen at the F.H. A. and
F, F, A, Valentine Dance, Leah is our
efficient secretary of the Senior Class,
Always smiling always gay! It seems
"Wake" never has a trouble in the world
Boom! Don't get excited, It's none other
'than Dave working in the chemistry
laboratory, Seriously, he has done fine
work and has enjoyed every 'ninute of it.
When someone asked, "Who's going to
play for our party?" Lyle saved the day.
"Bill's" favorite pastimes are hunting
and eating. After all, who could think
of a better or more interesting hobby than
VERA V. SMITH
Vera has proven herself to be quite
helpful in many cases, Her cafeteria
work has been an example,
Arnold's musical talent not only includes
playing the violin, but he also has that
wonderful singing voice. He is a member
of F, F, A, of which he is reporter,
"Liz" is our outstanding 4-H er. Her fine
health record won her a trip to the
National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago,
"Ginger" is an active F.H. A. member,
She is Maryland State president and a
National vice president. "Ginger" was
also chosen Allegany County Farm Queen
in the '52 contest,
"Norm" has done fine work as our class
president and also as secretary of F. F. A,
He was the Allegany County delegate of
the National F. F, A, Convention in
Kansas City Missouri.
Baseball, soccer ball, or football, Just
mention the word ball and Jerry is there!
He is a good sport as well as a good
Did you say artist? Well! Certainly we
have one! Ronnie does very nice Atl
work which is enjoyed by all,
VERA L. SMITH
When we call for talent, we can surely
call on Vera, Her fine tap dancing is
The force of Ernie's own merit makes
his way, Music is one of his favorite
It hasn't been hard to guess Bob's favorite
hobby! It's reading, of course! If you
are hunting for Bob don't forget to look
back in the corner, where he's reading
The life of the party! I think everyone
will agree that Argyle has been quite
cheering, especially on blue days, He
can dance, act and sing, Square dancing
is his favorite!
One of the tallest members of our class
is Allen, His nice qualities and his
happy go lucky ways have made him
This friendly lass has given much of her
time to school activities, She seems to
enjoy serving in the school cafeteria,
Virginia has been a successful president
of Dramatics Club, She has shown her
splendid work in many ways,
First row: Kelly, Wharton, Buser, McCusker, Turner, Messersrnith, Buser, Mauzy,
Stokes. Second row: Mrs, Patterson, Mallow, Roland, Ketrerman, Price, Kelchner,
Rice, Gilpin, Donahoe, Weicht, Bible, Barnes, Mr, Harris. Third row: Rice, Odgers
Kifer, Roland, Humberson, Hennen, Pifer, Blubaugh, Vance, Robinette, Deremer,
P1'2SiCl2Hl ---- - - - Ruth Kelchner
Vice President - - - - Thornton Robinette
Secretary ---- - Freda Messersmirh
Treasurer - - - - - Peggy Gilpin
AdVi30l'5 - ' ---- Mr. Harris
First row: Dixon, Slider, Clites, Mullenax, Baker, l-lout, Whorton Barnes Turner
Heavner, Second row: Mr. Conway, Teeter, Turner, Stottlemyer Twigg Robosson
Dolly, McCusker, Golden, Shipley, Self, MacDonald, Hofe Rinker Shipway
Robinette. Third row: Bennett, Trail, Hoffman, Stafford, Bender Bennett Lough
Tribut, Whitfield, Hampton, McCusker, Shaw, Smith, Smith
President ---- - - Shirley Twigg
Vice President Ronald Shipway
Secretary ---- - - - Judy Slider
Treasurer - - Naomi Heavner
Advisor - -
- - -Mr. Conway
First row: Bennett, Weese, Heavner, Golden, Gloss, Elbin, Kifer, Kelly, Imes,
Mallow, Second row: Mr. Chaney, Walters, Bennett, Stokes, Hartman, Cornwell
Smith, Mauzy, Vance, Bible, Fletcher, Hoffman, Mr, Malone, Third row: Mann,
Smith, Long, Robinette, Dolly, Smith, Rader, Blubaugh, Parker, Mauzy, Trail,
Class f ficers
President ---- - - - Teddy Robinette
Vice President - - - - - Patsy Mauzy
Secretary ---- - - Marlene Golden
Treasurer - - - - - Helen Heavner
Advisors - - - - Mr. Chaney
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Vice President- - - - 'NORMAN SMITH
Secretary ---- - - RUTH KELCHNER
Treasurer- - - - - DWIGHT MORRIS
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Opening WMI Soccer Tilts A
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as the fourth quarter
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of the game by Jim Flex
Bob Davis complet fl the
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t Teams Dan B1b1e booted
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J unbeaten soccer teams Davis Davis booted h
e Western Maryland Inter yarder 1n the third sta
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day at Flintstone when the drlbbled the ball tom th
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Beall Tests Flin tone, I
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Valle Hosts Mf Sqvq escore of 4-1 yesterday to rem t t H I1
Y 9 tied for the leadership of
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Flintstone H1ghs Aggies and cords
Valley Highs Black Knights of
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Lonaconing deadlocked for first Aggles spotted Beau a held g
place with 3 1 records play home In the second period tied It up
games today with Beall and Mt 1 1 on a penalty goal 1n the thi or t
Savage as the last half of th stanza and sewed it up with a he
WMI Soccer League race ge goal in the final quarter
Je e ggies a recor or
ne first half of the campaign which
was concluded yesterday
Flmtstone counted three times in
the opemng period and added goals
in the second and fmal stanzas
Fred B1ble launched the scoring
parade on a pass from Bob Davis
The latter scored the second goal
and J1m Fletcher h1t the target to
make it 3-0 Thornton Robmette
took Fletcher s head pass to rack
up the fourth point m the second
period and Davis connected on a
direct shot ID the final heat for lus
second goal of the game
There Tied For Lead
The goals scored by Robmette
and Fletcher tied them with Ra
dall Brown of Valley High for the
league leadership each ha
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scored I7 points in four games
Fullback Lough Halfbacks Mor
ris W1lson and Slider and Fr
Bible Robinette and Davis on th
forward line played bangup game
for the Aggies
Fllntstonl C51 Ht Sang. my
C Bennett D,vm.e
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Cbach Orville fStoney7 Jackson sash
Aggies will be shooting for a Sweeprus
of the Beall series as they opened?m
the season with a 4-0 dec1s1on overcx-IB
the Frostburg eleven Beall hasum
won one and lost three games
John Frank will OHlCl2.t8 in tlmegf'
game at Flmtstone
ls Set For Barton HB
Honorable Mention F mst place in we
BOBBY DAVIS :land Interscholashc
HARMON HEAVNER e is scheduled nor Sm,
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Score by amen Em today at Barton where Coachm. SAVAGE 0 0 0-0
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