Fort Hill High School - Sabre Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)
- Class of 1943
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ASSOCIATE EDITOR ......... ........ S TANLEY HAMILTON, IR.
FACULTY Anvrsrzn .
MISS DOROTHY STURDIVANT
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FORT HILL HIGH SCHOOL, CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND
The greatest rarity in America today is an America
try to Win this War. We not only Want a complete victor
help in every way We can.
Well, thank Heaven, t
have both the right and opportunity to understand what
understanding, to make their contributions to that end.
n who does not want our coun
y but We want to do our utmost to
here is no priority in our democrac on kn l d
y ow e ge. Americans
are the makings of victory and
The Nation's schools occupy a position of key responsibility at a time when every
American, young or old, is striving to equip himself for effective service in the war effort-
as an individual, as a citizen, as a human being.
Therefore, we respectfully dedicate the 1943 Sabre to Fort Hill's first graduation of
Uncle Sam's great University of Effective Warfare-to the boys who yesterday shared our
classes, our lockers, our every activity and today are scattered to the far flung corners of
the earth fighting in a pattern called war.
"It's a big task we have takeng
'tis for others we must fight.
We must see our duty clearly in
a white and shining light.
We must quit our circles where
we've moved in little ways,
And work, as men and women,
for the bigger, better days.
We must quit our selfish think- '
ing and our narrow views and creeds
And as people, big and splendid,
we must do the bigger deeds.
-Edgar A. Guest
Now, in the midst of World chaos,
your yearbook has been produced
against great odds and, in tune with
the times, follows a military motif.
Our instructors call us to 'U'-lttention!",
divide us into companies, assign to each
a commanding officer, and we settle our-
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Hardly have we disposed of our un-
necessary equipment and begun to ad-
just ourselves to a new mode of living
before the command "Forward March!"
is given and the classes pass in review
before those who have been selected to
guide them in the way all good soldiers
Dividing into specific groups accord-
ing to our background, preparation, and
individual talents, we form clubs, con-
verse, and stand "At Ease!"
Following a brief interlude of basic
training we are again ordered to march
ahead as we go "On Parade" to dis-
play the rewards of patient endeavor
and the resulting achievements.
Physical prowess is demonstrated by
the ability of the mightiest of us to with-
stand the rigors of strenuous living while
What is the reward? Why devote
time and energy adhering to a rigid and,
at times, monotonous schedule? Why no
murmurs of dissatisfaction and no dis-
quieting whispers of rebellion? To each
of the faithful comes that eagerly await-
ed moment when the commanding offi-
cer says "Relax, my boy. You're "On
So, the grand army of Fort Hill High
School marches on triumphantly toward
the ultimate goal-a feeling of personal
satisfaction in a soldier's job well done!
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MR. VICTOR D. HEISEY rlhiipalp
Every army has its commander-in-chief upon whose shoulders numerous duties and
responsibilities are placed. The colossal task of managing our training and advancement
on the hilltop is in the the capable hands of our principal, Mr. Victor D. Heisey. With an
amazing record of student guidance behind him, Mr. Heisey assumes, in his quiet, effi-
cient manner, the huge problem of keeping our democratic government and school sched-
ule functioning smoothly despite the distracting influence of War.
Sharing in the burden of the daily routine is an assistant principal, whose role is
that of guidance director and disciplinarian. Until March this responsibility belonged to
Mr. William Hodgson who left our ranks to go into more active service as a Lieutenant
lj. g.l in the United States Navy. After his departure, his duties were assigned to Miss
Margaret Hamilton and Mr. Alfred Benna of the Mathematics department. An important
and dearly beloved character in our administrative system is Miss Patel, school secretary.
who daily greets with a smile the numberless tasks assigned to her. She is aided by an
expert office force of student volunteers who are to be congratulated for their uncomplain-
ing efforts during the school year.
Endless difficulties demand the attention of these four persons in keeping the wheels
of the school moving forward but they always have time to be a friend and help the
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MASEA D-Miss Willison. Englishg Miss Enfield, Director of Attendance: Mr, Heisey, Principal: Mr. Ritchie, Commercial
STQ ING-Mrs. Hughes. Dean of Girls: Miss Sehree, Mtistc: Mr, Morris, Social Studies: Miss Hamilton, Mathcmalics
Perd , Visual Education: Mr. Hodgson, Science and Assistant Principal.
:NO PICTURED-Nliss Miller, Home Economics.
Iust as the commander-in-chief of the United States
Armed Forces has at his beck and call an advisory group
so does the C. O. at Fort Hill have a similar body. The cabi-
net is composed of the principal, the assistant principals, the
department chairmen and the dean of girls.
The purpose of the group in brief, is to fill the role of
advisor to the principal, make suggestions for improvement
in school maintenance, and act as a clearing house for all
SEATED-Miss Winifred Ports, Mrs. Lena Clemmer.
STANDING-Miss Naomi Enfield, Mixs Charlotte Gcishcrl, Mr. Carl Rilrhic.
l'l"1UfMrA. Mzlfkcll, Mr. U. li, Buughion, Mr. Paul P zlvw. Mr. Vxflllixxm lludgmn, Mix.
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SEATED-Miss Esther Holzshu, Miss Kathleen Cumhee, Miss Dorothy Sturclixant, Miss Mary Workman.
STANDING-Miss Nellie Willison, Miss Lillian Boughton, Mrs. Ruth Lynch, Mr. Hamill Kenny,
Mr. lames Engle. Miss Helen Smith, Miss Marie Parks.
NGT PlCTURED-'Miss Gcrardinc Prilrlmrrl.
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QEATED-Mrs. llclcn Russell, Mr. Rohcrt Morris,?2l1sV' lian Myers. I , Rl
STANDING-Miss Alxerda Ford, Mrs. Nellie Hylon, Miss Blanche lenkins, Miss Martha Rue.
SEATED-Miss Edwena Kraus, Mrs. Annic King.
STANDING-IVIias Dorothy Scbrec. Miss Eilccn Samms, Miss Pearl Gaxrhrlck. NIL XVarrcu Slxumukur.
Mrs, Leuura Rcbacr, Coach "Bubby'! Caxanaugll, Coach Wxn, Hahn. Miss ljciylhc 'l'1'1gmn1
Miss Gertrude Ranck
SEATED - Mr. Thomas Himlv, Mr. lfvhvi
SEATED--Mrx. lillzabctli Sleplwiimn. Miss lam' Gilrhriwl, Miss Yula Ferguson,
clxon, Mus Evelyn Miller. STANDING-Mr. Charles Callis, Mr. lmea
STANDING-lNl1ss Sara Olncr, Mrs. Elizabeth Krcmcr. Gannon, Mr. Paul Foofen.
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CIVIL AIR PATROL
ST ROW-A. Wcflwlw, F. Karr, lf. Davis, A. Davis. W. Cook, R. llnmillnn, l. Wilson.
IUNIJ RUVV'-'l'. Shillings, l.. lirinlcman, P. Sullivan, Irnlains, li. Groxvilvyi, K, Mnrlcvl, Mvllnn
STANDING-E. Growden, Vice-President, E, Morin, Treasurer.
SEATED-B. Cox, Secretary, R, Golden, President.
eamm ' ' .fiefdenanlfi
With the efficiency of a top ser-
geant and the nobility of a general.
the illustrious Richard Golden carried
on his duty in the high office of presi-
dent of the senior class. Working side
by side with him were Elwood Grow-
den, vice-presidentg Betty Cox. secre-
taryg and Eugene Morin, treasurer.
Let the class activities speak
through the individual records set
forth in the next dozen pages. No Fort
Hill graduates have ever faced a fu-
ture as full of opportunties or unrest
as this eager group. Chin up!
ROBERT LLEWELLYN ABE
Vocational. Monitor 3, 4.
PEARL MAXINE ADAMS
Vocational. Home Economics Club
4. Monitor 4. Bowling Club 2, 3.
Track l, 2.
RUTH HILDA ADAMS
Academic. Hi-Y 3, 4. Glee Club l.
Bowling Club 2. Athletic Council
2, 3. Student Council l, 3. Pep
Club l. Basketball l, 2. Track
1, 2, 3, 4.
RONALD ALLEN ANSEL
MARY ELIZABETH ARONHOLT
Commercial. Library Club 1. Stu-
dent Council Z.
RAYMOND MILTON BAKER
Academic. Glee Club 2. French
Club 2, 3. Swimming Team l, 2,
3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. Basketball 3.
Fooball Z, 3, 4. Sentinel 3, 4.
NORMAN LEWIS BARGER
Academic. Bachelor Club l, 2.
Iunior Players l, 2. Fort I-lill
Players 3, 4. Thespians 3, 4. Hi-Y
2, 3, 4. Student Council l, 2. Sen-
ate 3. Cheerleader 4. Pep Club 1,
Z. Stage Crew 2.SentineI, Sport's
Editor 2. Usher 2, 3, 4. Three Cor-
nered Moon, Eyes of Tlaloc.
VELMA FRANCES BEALL
Vocational. Library Club 3, 4.
ERVIN NORWOOD BEAN
VIRGINIA RUTH BECK
NORMA LEE BEECHE
Vocational. Library Club 3, 4.
DOROTHY LEE BILLMYER
Academic. ,Girl's League l. I-Ii-Y 2,
3. Secretary 4. Swimming Club 4.
DOROTHA IANE BLAKEH
Commercial. Library Club l, Z, 4.
President 3. Cheerleader 3, 4. Glee
Club l, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y 3, 4.
IACK DENTON BODEN
Commercial. Glee Club l. Softball
l, 2. Swimming Team l, Z, 3, 4.
Mimeograph Crew 3, 4. Cheer-
WENDELL RAY BOGGS
Commercial. Glee Club l. Golf
Club l, 2, 3. Bowling Club 2.
Hi-Y 3. Secretary 4.
DUANE LEON BOYD
HELEN VIRGINIA BRANT
General. Student Council l. Girls'
League 1. Sentinel 4. Library Club
2, 3, 4.
HERMAN GILBERT BRANT
Academic. Hi-Y 4. Latin Club 2.
A Cappella Choir 4. Glee Club 4.
Football 3, 4. Baseball Z, 4. Track
4. Young April.
WILLIAM LESTER BRANT
Vocational. Sabre 4. Basketball 3, 4.
BETTY IANE BREIGHNER
Commercial. Hi-Y 4. Bowling Club
3. Basketball 3.
LILLIAN GRACE BREIGHNER
General. Glee Club 2.
WANDA ELAINE BREWER
Academic. Hiking Club 1. Skating
Club 4. Hi-Y 4.
KENNETH EARL BRIDGES
General. Football l, 2, 3, 4. Track
3. U. S. Navy.
IESSIE LEE BRINKMAN
Vocational. Monitor 2. Bicycle Club
1. Skating Club 3, 4. Track 1, 2.
Basketball 2, 3.
HAZEL LEE LENORA BROOKS
Vocational. Usher 4. Fort Hill Play-
ers 4. Pep Club 1.
DOROTHY LEE BROWN
Vocational. Glee Club Z. Library
Club 1, 2, 3. Choral Speaking
Choir 3, 4. Fort Hill Players 4.
Home Economics Club 3. Thes-
Commercial. Library Club 1, Z, 3,
4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3. Glee
IUANITA MAY BUGG
Commercial. Hiking Club l. Bicy-
cle Club l. Library Club 2, 3,
Treasurer 4. Photography Club 2,
Vice-President 3, President 4.
IOHN OLIVER BURNS
General. Monitor 2, 3, 4. Library
Club 3. Bachelor Club Secretary 3.
Canvas Crew 3, 4.
NORA LEE BURNS
Commercial. Library Club l, 2, 3,
4. Sabre 3, Advertising Manager
4. Athletic Club 1.
O'BRIEN CHARLES CALHOUN
Vocational. Football l, Z, 3, 4. Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
ARLENE VIRGINIA CHEN
Academic. National Honor Society
3, 4. Declamation 3, 4. Fort Hill
Players 4. Choral Speaking Choir
4. Sentinel 2, News Editor 3, Co-
Editor 4. Sabre 4. A Cappella
Choir 2. Glee Club 1, 2. Iunior
Players l, Z. Usher 4. Thespian 4.
Spring Fever. Young April.
EUGENE FLEMING CLARK
Commercial. Hi-Y 3, 4. Bowling
Club 2, 3.
PAUL FRANCIS CLINE
CHARLES WAYNE CONWAY
Vocational. Track 1. Basketball
Manager 3, 4.
CLIFTON IACKSON COOK
Vocational. Baseball 3, 4. Track 1.
Glee Club 1, Z.
IAMES LEO CORRICK
Academic. Class Vice-President 2.
Class President 3. Photography
Club 1, 2. Track l, 2. Football 1,
Z, 3. Motion Picture Crew l, 2, 3, 4.
U. S. Army.
WILLIAM HENRY COURTNEY
BETTY IANE COX
General. Library Club, 1, 2. Stu-
dent Council 2. May Queen At-
tendant l, 2, 3. Usher 3, 4. Sabre
3. Hi-Y 3, 4. Referee's Club l, 2,
3, 4. Athletic Council Vice-Presi-
dent 3. Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. Swim-
ming Club 3. Track l, Z. Softball
l, 2. Basketball 2, 3, 4. May
GERALDINE LOUISE CRABTREE
Commercial. Basketball l, Z. Track
l, Z. Library Club l, Z, 3, 4.
MARCELLA DOROTHY CRUTHERS
General. Hi-Y 4. Student Council l.
Library Club l, 2, 3, 4.
MAXINE CLEO CURRY
Vocational. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. A
Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Usher 4.
ROBERT MASON CURRY
General. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. A Cap-
pella Choir 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y 3, 4. Stu.-
dent Council l, 2, 3. Sabre 3,
Photography and Art Editor 4.
IMOGENE GEORGIA CRITES
Academic. Girls" League l. Glee
Club 2. Swimming Club 4.
EARL LENNWOOD DAVIS
General. Monitor 3, 4. Track Z, 3.
Canvas Crew 4. U. S. Army.
FREDERICK EDGAR DAVIS
Commercial. Football l, 2, 3, Co-
captain 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Base-
ball 3, 4. Class President 2.
CHARLES WALTER DAVY
Vocational. Iayvee Football 2. Bas-
ketball 3, 4.
IAMES EUGENE DAY
Academic. French Club 3, 4. Sen-
tinel 2, 3, Sports Editor 4. Bas-
ketball 3, 4.
PHYLLIS RAE DE HAVEN
Commercial. Glee Club 2, 3.
RUBY PEARL DENEEN
Commercial. Fort Hill Players 3, 4.
Thespians 4. Library Club 2, Sec-
retary 3, President 4. Sabre 3. Stu-
dent Council 3. May Day 3. Bowl-
ing Club l. Iunior Players l. Hik-
ing Club l. Usher 4.
REBA VIRGINIA DETER
Vocational. Home Economics Club
Z, 41 Glee Club Z, 3. Iunior Play-
WILLIAM THOMAS DILLON
Academic. Band l, 2, 3, Treasurer
4. Orchestra Z, 3, 4. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Sentinel 3, Managing Editor 4.
BETTY NAOMI DOLAN
Vocational. Skating Club 2. Bowl-
ing Club 2. Library Club 2, 3, 4.
Home Economics Club 3, Secretary
4. Fort Hill Players 4. Hi-Y 4.
EARL EUGENE DRENNING
General. Monitor 3. Baseball 1, 2,
3, Captain 4.
ESTHER ELIZABETH DUNCAN
ROSELLEN FRANCES DUNLAP
Vocational. Pep Club l, Skating
Club 4, Track 1.
MARY IO DUVALL
Vocational. Sentinel 4, Home Eco-
nomics Club 4, Photograph Club 4.
PHYLLIS WINORA EMMART
Vocational. Bowling Club 2, 3. Li-
brary Club 4.
EVANGELINE IO ENGLE
Commercial. Thespians 3, 4. Fort
Hill Players 3, 4. Choral Speaking
Choir 2, 3, Secretary 4. Glee Club
2. Track 1. May Day 3.
GEORGE WILLIAM EVANS
General. Hi-Y 3, 4. Fort Hill Play-
ers 4. Football l, 2, 3, 4. Basket-
ball l, 2, 3. U. S. Army.
WILLIAM IOHN EVANS
Academic. Orchestra 3. Usher 3.
Band 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4.
WILLIAM RICHARD FERNIHOUGH
Academic. Library Club 2, 3, 4.
Glee Club 3, 4.
IOHN RAY FISHER
Commercial. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4.
Hi-Y 3, Vice-President 4. Stage
Crew 2, 3.
ZELMA LORENE FISHER
WILLIAM EDWARD FLORA
Vocational. Student Council Z, U.
MILDRED THERESA FROST
Commercial. Glee Club l, 2, 3. A
Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Student
Council 4. Girl's League l.
SHIRLEY IEAN FULLER
Academic. Girls' League 1. Girls'
Hi-Y 2, 4, Treasurer 3. Glee Club
l. Bowling Club 2, 3. Pep Club l.
Monitor 2. Usher 4. Student Coun-
cil l, Senate 4. Class Vice-Presi-
dent 3. Athletic Council Secretary-
Treasurer Z. Basketball l, 2, 3.
Track l, Z, 3, 4.
REGINALD PAUL GEORGE
Commercial. Point Marion High
School Iunior Band l. Monitor l, 2.
National Honor Society 4. The Goat.
IRVIN EUGENE GILPIN
Vocational. Track 1, 3, 4. Football
1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD FRANCIS GOLDEN
General. Student Council l. Sen-
ate 3. Hi-Y 3, 4. Declamation 3.
National Honor Society 3, 4. Class
President 4. Track 2, 3. Football
KATHLEEN LORRAINE GORMER
Commercial. Hi-Y 4. Student Coun-
cil 3. National Honor Society 4.
ANGELA CHRISTIANA GRABENSTEIN
Commercial. Glee Club 4. V. I. C.
PHYLLIS ALLEGRA GRAHAM
Vocational. Fort Hill Players 4.
MARILYN IANE GRIMM
Commercial. Hi-Y 4.
BETTY IEAN GROSS
Commercial. Glee Club l, Z.
VADA IANE GROVES
Vocational. A Cappella Choir l, IZ,
3. Glee Club l, 3.
ELWOOD WINTER GROWDEN
Commercial. Track 3, 4. Mimeo-
graph Crew 3, 4. Hi-Y 3, 4. Class
Vice-President 4. Declarnation 4.
WANDA LEE HAINES
Vocational. A Cappella Choir l, ZZ,
3. Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
NORMA LOUISE HAMILTON
Commercial. Cheerleader 4.
STANLEY HAMILTON, IR.
Academic. Sabre, Assistant Editor
4. Motion Picture Crew 2, 3, 4.
Iunior Players Z, Vice-President l.
Fort Hill Players 3, Vice-President
4. Photography Club 3, Treasure-r
1, 2. Usher 2, 3, 4. Thespians 3,
Treasurer 4. Track l, 2, 3, 4. Eyes
of Tlaloc, Spring Fever, Mr. and
Mrs. America. Young April.
NORMA BETH HANSEL
Commercial. Glee Club 1, 2, 3.
Fort Hill Players 4. Hi-Y 4. Thes-
pians 4. National Honor Society 4.
Gratitdue. So Wonderful in White.
Mr. and Mrs. America. Young April.
ROY CORNELIUS HANSROTE
Vocational. Bowling Club 4. Bach-
elor Club 4.
VIOLET MARIE HANSROTE
Academic. Iunior Players 2. Fort
Hill Players 3, President 4. Thes-
pians 3, Secretary 4. Hi-Y 3, 4.
Sabre 4. Sentinel 3, Make-Up Editor
4. Choral Speaking Choir 3, 4. Glee
Club l, 2. A Cappella Choir 2.
National Honor Society 4. Grati-
tude. Mr. and Mrs. America.
MARY IANE HEBNER
Commercial. A Cappella Choir 3,
4. Glee Club 3. Sentinel 4. Nation-
al Honor Society 4.
MARY IUANITA HELGOTH
YVONNE IUANITA HELM
Academic. Newburg High School
1, 2, 3. Dramatic Club 2. Literary
Society 1, 2, 3,. Pep Club l, 2, 3.
Class Secretary 3. The Red Headed
BETTY LOU HENDERSON
Commercial. Library Club Z, 3, 4.
MARGERY ELIZABETH HINKLE
Academic. Cantabile l. Glee Club
l, Z, 3, President 4. A Cappella
Choir l, 2, 3, President 4. Tulip
BEATRICE GENEVIEVE HIPSLEY
Vocational. Home Economics Club
4. Bowling Club Z, 3, 4.
VIVIAN GENEVIEVE HIPSLEY
Vocational. Home Economics Club
4. Bowling Club Z, 3, 4. Athletic
ROBERT ELDEN HOOK
Academic. Photography Club Z.
Glee Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4.
A Cappella Choir 3, Treasurer 4.
Student Council Senate 4. National
Honor Society 4.
VIRGINIA ELIZABETH .HOUSE X
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LESTER EUGENE HOWDYSHELL
MILDRED VIOLA HUGHES
MARGARET PHYLLIS HUMBIRD
Vocational. Home Economics Club 3.
KATHLEEN ELLEN HYMES
Academic. Swimming Club 4.
ALVIN RICHARD INGRAM
Vocational. Monitor 2, 3.
GLORIA IEAN IZZETT
Commercial. Library Club 2, 4,
Treasurer 3. Mt. Savage High
School Hi-Y I, Z.
WALTER IAMES IENKINS
Academic. French Club 2, 3. Hi-Y
WARREN ORLAND IOHNSON
Vocational. Track l. Swimming
MARY EULALIA IOLLEY
Commercial. Glee Club 3. Library
Club 3, 4. Sabre 3, 4.
MARY ELIZABETH IUDY
Commercial. Photography Club 4.
Library Club 2, 3, 4. Skating Club
4. V. I. C. Club 4.
CATHERINE MARGUERITE KAISER
Commercial. Library Club 3, 4.
Sabre 3, 4.
FORREST STANLEY KARR
General. Bachelor Club l, 2. Stage
Crew 2, 3, 4. Motion Picture Crew
2, 3, 4. Print Shop 2, 3, 4. Fort
Hill Players 4. Thespians 4. Spring
Fever. Mr. and Mrs. America. U.
MARION CATHERINE KASECAMP
Vocational. Band l, 2, 3. Library
Club 2. Bowling Club 2. Garden
Club Secretary Z. Home Economics
Club 3. Skating Club 3. Fort Hill
Players 4. Hi-Y 4. Choral Speaking
Choir 4. Track l. Red Carnations.
CAROLINE VIRGINIA KEITER
Vocational. Library Club 2, 3.
RAYMOND MILLARD KELLEY
Commercial. Mimeograph Crew 4.
Hi-Y 4. Declamation 4. Monitor 3,
4. Bachelor Club 4. Young April.
KENNETH KAYE KENNEDY
Academic. Bowling Club 4. Model
Airplane Club 2, 3, 4.
GLADYS LEONA KILROY
Academic. Iunior Players 1, Treas-
urer 2. Girls' League l. Glee Club
l, 2. Sentinel Z, 3, Feature Editor
4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Fort
Hill Players 4. Choral Speaking
Choir 4. Hi-Y Thespians 4. So
Wonderful ln White. Spring Fever.
Mr. and Mrs. America. Usher 4.
Tulip Time. Sabre 4.
PATTY FERN KIME
Academic. Iunior Players 2. Glee
Club l, 2. National Honor Society
3, 4. Sentinel Z, Make-Up Editor 3,
Co-Editor 4. Sabre 4.
GEORGE ALBERT KIRBY
General. U. S. Army.
SHELVIA MARIE KOONTZ
General. Latin Club Z. Sentinel 3,
Business Manager 4. Track l, 3.
KENNETH WILLIAM KOSER
Commercial. Bachelor Club 4.
Monitor 3, 4. Mimeograph Crew 4.
WANDA IANE LANE
Vocational. Student Council Z. Fort
Hill Players 4.
HILDEGARD MARGARETA LANGER
Academic. Cantabile 1. Art Club
l. Swimming Club l. Iunior Play-
ers l, 2. Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4. .A
Cappella 1, Z, 3, 4. Tulip Time.
HARRY WENDALL LARRICK
General. Basketball 3, 4. Track
2, 3, 4. Monitor 2, 3, 4.
ELLA ELIZABETH LEWIS
Commercial. Library Club 2, 3, 4.
Basketball 2, 3.
IAMES IOSEPH LOHR
Commercial. Fort Hill Players 4.
WILDA ALBERTA LOVENSTEIN
Commercial. Girls' League 1. Pep
Club l, 2. Photography Club l, 2.
Sabre 3. Hi-Y 3, 4. Twirler Club
3, 4. Drum Majorette l, Z, 3, 4.
IAMES EDWARD LOWERY
Vocational. Track l. Iayvee Basket-
ball l. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Iayvee
Football 2. Basketball 3. Football 4.
PATRICIA IANE LYNCH
Academic. Hi-Y 4, Chaplain 2,
Vice-President 4. Student Council l,
Senate 3, 4. Girls' League, Treas-
urer l. Usher 4. Bowling Club Z.
Sentinel 3, Exchange Editor 4. Glee
Club l. So Wonclertul In White.
HOPE VIRGINIA MACKERETH
WILLIAM FRANKLIN MACKEY
EDITH MAE MAI-IANEY
Commercial. Bowling Club 2, 3.
Skating Club 2, 3. Sabre 3, Busi-
ness Manager 4. Orchestra 4. Ush-
er 4. Photography Club 3, Treas-
urer 4. Referees' Club 2. Hi-Y 4.
Track l, Z, 3. National Honor So-
GEORGE WALTER KENNETH
Commercial. Iunior Players 2. Ra:-
dio Club 3. Library Club 4. Moni-
tor 3, 4. Usher 4.
IOHN WINFIELD MANGUS
RICHARD KEMPTON MARKEL
Commercial. Football 3, Manager
4. Hi-Y 3, President 4. National
Honor Society 4.
ROBERT HARRISON MARTIN
Vocational. Football 4. Track 3.
Bowling Club 3. U. S. Navy.
IOHN HAROLD MARTINI
Academic. A Cappella Choir 2, 3,
4. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 2,
3, 4. Declamation 4. Latin Club
President 2. Tumbling Club l.
Spring Fever. Red Carnations.
IAMES VINCENT MATT
Academic. Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4. Photog-
raphy Club 1, 2, President 3. Stu-
dent Council President 4. Baseball
Assistant Manager l, 2.
EUGENE BERNARD MAYHEW
Commercial. Glee Club 2, Secre-
tary 3, President 4. A Cappella
Choir 2, 3, Secretary 4. Iunior Play-
ers l, 2. Declamation 4. National
Honor Society 4. Spring Fever. Tu-
DOROTHY ELIZABETH MCCORMICK
Vocational. Home Economics Club
FRANK BUDDY MCCREARY
Vocational. Football I, 2, 3. Bas-
ketball 1. Track 2, 3. Baseball 3.
U. S. Army.
ETHEL GRACE MCDANIEL
FRANCES CLARA MCFARLAND
Academic. Girls' League l. Glee
Club 1, Z, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, 3. Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
WILLIAM CHARLES MENGES
General. Football 2, 3, 4. Track
3, 4. Baseball 3.
EVELYN LOREDA MICHAEL
DAYTON DAVID MILLER
Commercial. Band l. Football 3, 4.
DOROTHY AUDREY MILLER
Vocational. Library Club I, 2, 3, 4.
Hiking Club 3.
OMER LESLIE MILLER
SHIRLEY ELIZABETH MINNICK
MARY KATHRYN MOORE
Commercial. Glee Club Z, 3, 4.
Usher 4. Sentinel 4. St. Mary's
School, Class Secretary l.
EUGENE CORNELIUS MORIN
Commercial. Softball 1. Monitor
3, 4. Class Treasurer 4. Sentinel 4.
MARGARET CATHERINE MORRIS
Vocational. Hiking Club l. Home
Economics Club 3. Band 1, 2, 3.
Skating Club 3.
DOROTHY MADREE MOSTOLLER
Academic. Track 3. Tumbling Club
2, 4, President 3. Cheerleader 3.
So Wonderful in White. Young
April. Somerset High School, Band
1. All-County Band l.
HENRIETTA IEANNE NEWBERRY
Vocational. Pep Club l, 2. Iunior
Players l, 2. Photography Club 2,
3, 4. Library Club 2, 3, 4. Orchestra
2, 3. Skating Club 3. Bowling Club
3. Economics Club 3, 4. A Cappella
Choir 2. Usher 4. Letter Club 4.
RUTH ELLEN NEWCOMB
Commercial. Glee Club l, 2, 3.
Band l, 2, 3, 4. Choral Speaking
Choir 3. Fort Hill Players 4. Usher
l, 2, 3, 4. Iunior Players l. Hi-Y 4.
May Day 3.
VIRGINIA LEE NORRIS
Academic. Girls' League l. Hi-Y
2, 3, 4. Iunior Players l. Glee
Club l, 3. Monitor Z, Track l, 3.
So Wonderlul In White. Young
RUSSELL ALBERT O'NEAL
Vocational. Football Manager Z, 4.
Basketball 3, 4. Track l, 2, 3, 4.
Monitor 2, 3.
SYLVIA MARIE O'NEAL
Vocational. Track l, 2.
MERLE COURTNEY ORNDORFF
Vocational. Basketball 3, 4. Foot-
ball l, Z, 3, Co-Captain 4. Golf
Club l, 2.
MILDRED LORENA OWENS
Vocational. Photography Club Z, 3.
Home Economics Club 3, President
4. Art Club 3, 4.
RICHARD EDGAR PARSONS
ELEANOR LOUISE PATTERSON
Commercial. Student Council l.
Glee Club 2, 3. Hi-Y 3, President
4. Fort Hill Players 4.
MARY ELLEN PAYNE
Vocational. Student Council 2. Fort
Hill Players 4.
MACKLIN PETE PETERSON
MARY MARGARET PFEIFFER
Commercial. Fort Hill Players 3, 4.
Choral Speaking Choir 3, 4. Thes-
pians 3, 4. Hi-Y 4.
GEORGIA MARIE PICKARD
Commercial. Library Club l, 2, 3,
Vice-President 4. Glee Club l, 2, 3.
Librarian 4. Hi-Y 3, 4. A Cappella
Choir 4. Usher 3.
CURTIS OWEN PRATT
WILLIAM WAYNE PRICE
Fort Hill Players 4. Hi-Y 3, 4. Thes-
pians 4. Band l, 2. Stage Crew 3,
4. Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. Foot-
ball Manager 3. Track l, 2. Spring
Fever. Mr. and Mrs. America.
RICHARD COOLIDGE PULLEN
BERNICE FLORENTINE PYLES
Academic. Fort Hill Players 3.
HELEN ILEAN RANDALL
Commercial. Fort Hill Players 4.
Choral Speaking Choir 4. Declam-
AGNES MARGARET RAYGOR
LOUELLA CATHERINE REED
Commercial. Girls' League l. Sabre
3, 4. Usher 4. Young April.
VIRGINIA LEE REID
General. Iunior Players l, Secre-
tary Z. Girls' League l. Glee Club
1. Student Council 2. May Day 3.
Hi-Y 4. Declamation 4. Track 1, 2.
CHARLOTTE CLEO REYNOLDS
Vocational. Skating Club 3. Stu-
dent Council l, 2, 3. Sentinel Z, 3,
4. Home Economcs Club 3.
RUBY IUANITA REYNOLDS
Commercial. Sabre 3, 4. Martins-
burg High School-Glee Club l, 2.
Charm Review Contest 2. Band
Box Revue l. May Day 4.
GENERY SARA AGNES RICHTER
Vocational. Glee Club Z. Sentinel
ELEANOR LOUISE RINKER
Academic. Latin Club Z, 3, 4.
Swimming Club 4. Track I, 2, 3.
Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. Band l, 2, 3,
4. Iunior Players 2. Fort Hill Play-
ers 3, 4. Thespians 4.
HARMON LEASE ROBINETTE
Vocational. A Cappella Choir 1.
PAUL ESTEL RODECAP
Commercial. Track l, 2, 3, 4. Mime-
ograph Crew 3, 4. Hi-Y 4. Glee
DOROTHY LEE RUMMER
SUE MARIE RYAN
Commercial. Student Council l.
PHYLLIS LORRAINE SAMPSELL
GRACINE ALICE SCHADE
Academic. Pep Club l. Student
Council 2. Usher 3. Fort Hill Play-
ers 3, 4. Hi-Y 4. May Day 3. Thes-
RICHARD LAWRENCE SCHULTZ
Commercial. Hi-Y 3, 4. Track 2, 3,
IUANITA ELIZABETH SHAFER
Vocational. Home Economics Club
BETTY LOUISE SHAFFER
Commercial. Girls' League Presi-
dent l. Glee Club 1, Z. Iunior
Players 1, 2. A Cappella Choir Z.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Class Treasurer 3.
Fort Hill Players 3, 4. Thespians
3, President 4. May Day 3. Tulip
Time. Gratitude, So Wonderlul In
White. Red Carnations, director.
Mr. and Mrs. America. Young
MILDRED VIRGINIA SHANHOLTZ ..
CHARLES ARDEN SIMS
Academic. Library Club 4. Alle-
gany High School-Camera Club 3.
DOROTHY LEE SMITH
Academic. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Girls' League l. Track l, 2.
EMMA IEAN SMITH
Academic. Glee Club l, 4, Librar-
ian 2, 3. Choral Speaking Choir 2.
A Cappella Choir 3, Librarian 4.
Iunior Players l. Track l, Z, 3.
HAROLD ELWOOD SMITH
LEAFY ROSELLA SMITH
Commercial. Band l, 2, 3, Secre-
LORNA LEE SPRINGER
TOM MILTON STALLINGS
Academic. Fort Hill Players 4.
Thespians 4. Stage Crew 4. Print
Shop 2, 3, 4. National Honor So-
ciety 4. Spring Fever. Mr. and Mrs.
MARGARET HELEN STATLER
Academic. National Honor Society
3, 4. Iunior Players 1, President 2.
Fort Hill Players 3, Secretary 4.
Thespians 3, 4. Choral Speaking
Choir 2, President 3, 4. Glee Club
l, 2. Sentinel 2, 3, News Editor 4.
Sabre Literary Editor 4. Swimming
Club 1. Girls' League l. Hi-Y 2, 3,
4. May Day Z, 3, 4. Gratitude. So
Wonderful In White, director. Tu-
lip Time, Spring Fever. Mr. and
HAZEL LOUISE STRAWDERMAN
EDWARD LEE TALBOTT
MARY ELEANOR THOMPSON
Commercial. Glee Club 3. Library
ALICE ELIZABETH TREXLER
Vocational. Fort Hill Players 4.
WALLACE RICHARD TROUTMAN
Vocational. Football 1, Z, 3, 4. Bas-
ketball l, Z, 3, Captain 4. Base-
ball 3, 4.
AUSTIN DAVIS TWIGG, III
Academic. A Cappella Choir 3, 4.
Glee Club 3. Declamation 3. Sabre,
Lay-out Editor 4. Photography Club
3. Track 3, 4. Swimming Team 3,
4. Red Carnations.
GERTRUDE LEILA TWIGG
General. Latin Club 2. Basketball
2. Track 1, 2, 3. Swimming Club 4.
Bowling Club 4.
MARGARET ELIZABETH TWIGG
Vocational. Fort Hill Players 4.
Skating Club 4.
KATHRYN RAE ULLERY
Commercial. Usher 3, 4. Hi-Y 3, 4.
May Queen Attendant I, 2, 4. Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3. Bowling Club 3.
Skating Club 2. Track I, 2, 3. Ath-
letic League 3.
BETTY FRANCES VALENTINE
EMMA IEAN VALENTINE
RICHARD OLIVER VALENTINE
FRANCES MARY VAN FLEET
Commercial. Petersburg High
School, Class President l. Allegany
High School, Softball 2.
MARY KATHLEEN VARNER
MARY MARTHA WALLIS
AUBREY VERNON WEBB
Vocational. Bachelor Club, Vice
President 4. Canvas Crew 3, 4.
Stage Crew 3, 4. Band l, 2.
ARTIIUR IOI-IN WEBER, IR.
Academic. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Orchestra
l, 2, 3. Band l, 2, 3, President 4.
A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Glee Club
2, Treasurer 3. Sabre 3, Editor-in-
Chief 4. Clarinet Quartet l, 2, 3.
National Honor Society 4.
MARY EDNA WEBER
Commercial. Glee Club 3. Hiking
MABEL FOREMAN WELLING
Academic. Sentinel 3, 4. Girls'
League l. Iunior Players I. Pep
Club. Clee Club 2. Choral Speaking
Choir 2. Photography Club 4. Stu-
dent Council 4.
IOAN ELIZABETH WELSH
Vocational. Girls' League I. Pep
Club l. Class Secretary 2. May
Queen Attendent 3, 4.
IIINA GERALDINE WENTLING
Academic. Iunior Players I, 2. Fort
Hill Players 3, 4. Thespians 3, 4.
May Day 2, 3. Choral Speaking
clertul In White. Mr. and Mrs.
IAMES IOSEPH WILKINS
Academic. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Glee
Club 2. Sentinel 3, 4.
DOROTHY SYLVIA WILLIAMS
IOSEPI-I HOWARD WILSON
Vocational. Monitor 1. Glee Club 4.
A Cappella Choir 4.
NORMA ELIZABETH WILSON
FRANK ELDRIDGE WINTERSTEIN
Commercial. Mimeograph Crew 3,
4. User 2, 3.
IRENE GRACE WOLFORD
Commercial. Library Club 2,
Sabre 3, 4.
DONALD TROUTMAN NESTOR
Vocational. Track 2.
Two Nutrition Week
A May Queen at Work
"Sabre" ln the Rough.
All Work-No Play!
Look Out, Hollywood
Now Is the Time For-
Footlights or Not?
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FIRST ROW-V. Rice, E. McCracken, E. Kimmell.
Gillham, G. Bugg,
B. Hare, M. Bobo.
B. Klosterman, M, Wagiis. B. L,
B, Wilson, M. Hardman, O. Ways.
SECOND ROW-I. Spielman,
M. Carns, F. McDonald, M. A.
R. Long, A. Lewis, Murray, H,
Butler, R. Stewart.
Smith, K. Owens,
THIRD ROW-D, Ringler, W.
L. Roby, F. Hauser, E. Robinetic, W. L. Steele,
lVIorresey, P. Perkins, Boyer.
FOURTH RVOW-I. Kerns, R. Leasure, Burns.
R, Gilpin, ll. Golden, C. Kunes, D. Smnth, T. Minlce.
I. Brant, G. Walsirii.
ster, M, Dowling, F. Webi'eck, P. Weaver, E. Hile,
R. Green, T. Smilh, W. Ansel, Monteleone.
FIRST ROW-M, Collins. B. Hansrotc. I. Saylor,
V. Arthur, B. Thompson, I.. Rice, V.
Robinetre, P. Shatzer, G. Smith, L. Blass, E. Lepley.
Rice, A. Lyons, M. Wichel, I. Ryan.
ROW-L. Lepley. V. Rice, W. Adams,
A. Osborne. A. Britt, M, Markel, E.
Stircher, D. Fisher, V. Marlin, M, Dyer, W. Dyer
V. Hardy, A. Erirlxson. A. Thomas, M. Sullivan.
FOURTH ROW-A. Rogan, li. Miller, B. Nicola
B. Zemhower, I.. Morgan, B. Benford. D. Coleman
' IF H ROW-I. Lewis, V. Brown, D, Smith
S ss, L. Lewis. M. Douglass, R, Harden, H. Scar-
. Wa Ll. .
, AN L karlzxi
L3 odn w, .
Ringler, B. Hess, I, Gordon, A. Stimely
G. Brown, C, Spooler, M. Groves, B. I
lxgl I RlOW-C. Nusa-, A. Linclamood, M. Nose
X My .
S AOND ROW-B. L. Rice, B. Dola, R. Everly
.'Alee, D. Sansbury, L. Lewis, D. Bennett. D. lliner
X . innirlss, R. Gr:-ise, G. Frantz, N, Coleman
. I hn.
I HIRD ROW-I'l. Pulfinberger, G. lines, D. Gehauf
OX Sweilzer, B. Hook, Wilson, M. Wrxlfrvrcl
I kB.'True, K. Williams, M. Bageanl, V. Day. R, Rhoe
I, itchell, C. Wilsoii.
FOURTH ROW-R. Armbruster. C. Mahaney, I
Sherry, W. Norris, F. Pfeiffer, Zembower, R. Sharer
L. Minke, P. Weaver, C. Cnuter, Keszrker.
l FIFTH ROW-L. Cox, R. Meister, V. Mummert
C, Taylor, B. Gosbhe, Scarlett, R. lVIClVlullen, K
Hansel, C. Rensrhel, D. Ilnistot, P. Burlvy, W
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FIFTH ROVV-I. Malachowslci, A. Davis, D. Web-
THIRD ROW-I. Rice, M. Dolly, S. Bible. P,
M. L. Campbell, E. Leighty, M. Reuschel, M, Paxton,
'ei 9 ill. Chaney, R. llamillon, ll. Wig-
STANDING-M. Douglass, Treasurer: I.
SEATED-D. Coleman, Secretary: P. Sul-
The firm dependability of the Iunior class was revealed through its various activi-
ties in all phases of school life. I
The year began with the installation of the class officers: Palmer Sullivan, presidentg
Irene Everett, vice-presidentg Dorothy Coleman, secretaryg and Marie Douglass, treasurer,
and the election of a capable advisor, Miss Winifred Potts. Sacrificing the usual elaborate
Iunior-Senior Prom in December because of the war, the class staged an informal Victory
Sport Dance in March that proved to be a successful substitute. Measurements for class rings
were taken early in the fall bu e students grew very impatient before they were delivered
To further the War effort, ictory Corps was organized and the Iuniors participated
in it with sincere and lasting t si sm. Clirnaxing their eventful year with a farewell
assembly to the senior class, e u , in the opinion of all deserved their promotion to .
the rank of sergeants in Fort i ' nd old army. ! A
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FIRST ROW-D. Dailey, Kilrov.
I. Hinkle, M. Dom, O, Sommerkamp.
I. Exerett, R, E. Dayton, D. Hoffman.
M. McCabe. A. L. Thomas, H. Blaker.
SECOND ROW-M. Edwards. E.
Newlen, M. E. Mulvey, M. I. Ervin
M. Brown. M. Burgess. B. Davis. I
Smith, I. Miller, V. Owens, R. A
Scott, L. Hanks.
THIRD ROW-L. Shriver. M. A. Getz-
andanner, B. Miller. I. Wilson. E, Lech-
Iiter, C, B. Largent, A. Simons, Cor-
rick, K. Yankee, C. Alderton, N. Moss
FOURTH ROW-G. Maiamphy. P,
Sullivan. D. Wright, E. Whitman, R
Tomsko, I... Norris, W. Cook, D. S
Buser. C. True, L. Long.
FIFTH ROW-K. Gornall, I. Mayo
E. Ferguson, I. Mellon, R. Lueck, E,
Crites. W. Wolford.
SIXTH ROW-C. Breakall, L, Brink-
man, W. Burkett, W. Taylor. H.
Bridges, D. Roach, R. Kreiger. W
.Raalzlaldnrcttn ,T. jhiplzy. M. Shulezf
f SECOND ROW-M. Sharretts, Berlcenbaugh, L. Borst, Rush-
, , .if .ff . A 1 - , . . 2
PICTURE UPPER' LEFTI , .- lah- l IPICTLIRE. TOP RIGPITI
JRST ROWMAM., Harmon, I. Brantjk. Houser,TH.' Dtrketx. T.
EL sock, R. Ffycumf E. Ironsw B. Applegare, W. Thrasher. 'V. Swiek.
SECOND 'ROW-V. Bell. E. I
B. Duncan, D.KCessr1a. I, .
Wilson, B. Trszxleff N. 'Cage'
E. Partleton. T. fiantz, I. Ligtlef
Davis, II. Molhlari, C. Grimes.
ker, W. Freeland' I.. Creegan,
HIRD ROW B Bryant. KI.
. Michael. S. Flztcher, H1 Potts,
.Cf-iaze. V '
. Heavencr, I. 'Merlensi D. Fra
IPICTLIREH LOWER LEFTI .
FIRST ROW-S. Saunders, B. Slonakerp Hudson. H. Wilson,
'E'. Street, R. Smeltzer. M. Springer, N. Itartsock. B. L. Frame, N.
Shewhridge, L. Camplgell, 'Dx Miller. ,'
ton, B. Borst, T. Sti.ck,le, C. Maltinglyl R. Crabtree, D. Nehring.
I. McKay VV. Dufh , N. Smith. B. Owens.
TI-IIRL ROW-B? Frantz. D. McLeaf, G. Roby, M. Gianey.
B. Adams, A. Vassalln. M. Hunter. V.' Bennett, D. Baker, S.
Stemple, E. Bloss, G. Rice, Barnhart, B. Beal.
FOURTH ROW-V. Lippold, E. Nixon, G. Bartik, R. Weber
C. Maekerith. E. DuVall, E. Alderton, R. Carnerl F. Constabl.
E. Williams. P. Thrasher, I. Berkenbaugh. E. Twigg, P. Labor.
FIFTH ROW-D. Powell. N. Furstenhurg, R. Grant. P. Schel.
L. Brown, Thompson, Mallo::i, W. Buser, L. Adams, R. Ca e.
SIXTH ROW--R, Smith. W. Settles, R. Storer, I. Davis, G.
enhauser, W, Spangler, Du' Ilnurner, R. McCoy, D. Hough, C.
I. Parker, G. Gross, Grahenstvin.
Rice. W, Stein, N., WallyL'rI.' k
FIRST ROW-L. Baker, B. Porter, Herbaugh, R. Henley
Herring. M. L. Cage, B. Athey,v.R. Wilspp, B. Lawrence, I. Str-ck
jman, I. McCall, N. Bucy. D. Stallinvg. ,
, , SECOND ROW-I. Smith, H. Hamilton, E. Berry, D. Gilpin
f M. Wilson, F. Brotemarkle, B. Snelling, W. Myers, N. Linn,
' I. Wigfield, I. Hare. C. Burger, T. Arhogast, G. Slonaker.
' THIRD ROW-E. Inner. L. Aronhalt, B. Giles. R.
Squires T Evans, I. Busy. E. Boone, D. Iewell, D.
R. Bolinger. R. Dickerhoof. .
FOURTH ROW-B. Pullin, A. Twigg, D. Ware, T.
Larry. H. Potts: R. McCreary, P. Foltz, B. Beck.
G. Gillum, Pevintr, Rellerze, B. Ritzer.
FIFTH ROW-HL. Marti, C. Hammond, Statler, D. Wilson
N. Duvall, E. Rhino, Eatrides, Iacohs, . Kinser, V. Mayhew
T. Shelley, K. Willard, U. McGill. 1
FIRST ROW-I-I. McCarthy, G. Humhertson, B. Burner, R. McKin
ley, E. Golden, H. Wagiis, D. Grimminger, Myers. B. Leutert
B. Weaver. M, Carlint. D. Smith, E. Sommerlatt.
SECOND ROW-M. Brown, A. Davy, S. Sapp. H. Ilaniilton
G. Appel, D. Hare, F. Hasenhuhler, L. Radcliffe, L. Otts, C. Statler
B. Pittman, T. Stevenson, M. Kriglein, B. Logue.
I THIRD ROW-R. Crawford, W. True, D. Lease, D. Cook, B
Cessna, T. Nazelrocl, V. Harclinger, M. Rice. B. Shelly, R. Miller
I. Smith, R. Wleinier. .
, ,,., ,,.
' Durbin, B
The Sophomore regiment b
light this year led by
this class elected
the class presidenty
McGill was elected
a result of the War?
into the lime-
the otifixe ot vice-president: Donald
Ray Lapp lggosition of treasurer.
The class chose as its genial General, Mr. Benna. Is this trend toward men
The social side of their training was taken care of by a class party on
March 19, but the sophomore recruits have not spent all their time in fun
and frolic for back of their smiles of surprise derived from new experiences.
STANDING-QR. Lapp, Treasurer.
SEATHDK-D. McGill, Secretary: YD. White-
' NQllf'PlCTllRED-D, Martin, Vice-President.
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there is la note of sincerity in their attempts fo fulfill the responsibilities of
becoming upper-classmen. . , "
They certainly trounced the Iuniors and Seniors good 'and hard when
they emerged the victors of the annual play tournament. AIS cxfreward for
outstanding achievement the cast was invited to present .the winning play
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FIRST ROW-L, Clark, H. Riley, L. Hager, '
B. Hicks, T. Samuels, R. Beard, D. Chase.
R. Rieter. B. Brehm, D. Ziler, D. Twigg, V
Sheetz. I. Radcliffe,
SECOND RCJW-M. Hunter, S. Brown, R. E.
Rice. M. L. Sanner. F. Schmier, R. Yeager, l...
House, B. Iewell. D. Mason, W. Phares,
Alvero, P. Malamphy.
THIRD RONV-D. Mcl.eaf, G. Roby, B.
Adams, A. Vassallo, M. Chaney, D. Miller.
I. Barnhart. M. Stemple, P. Bloss, G. Rice.
B. Frantz. M. Sharretts, B. Beal, D. Baker.
FOURTH ROW-V. Strieby. N, Cole, V. .
Bennett, D. Hire, G. Malamphy, W. Golds-
horough. E, Eyler. F. Miller. I. Lane. E.
Swartz. R. Allen. N, Sensabaugh. R. Puffin-
FIRST ROW-M. Shook, R. True. V. Weaver, C. BuT'ley, . VVT-iiternan, E. Wolfington, D. M. Bird, I. Roby, R. Rinehart
T. Crow, L. V. George, V. L. Sitlig, M. Twigg, D. Everett, P.' urley, I. Moler, E. Pinault, B. Linn, B. May, A. Malamphy
C. Martin, M. Clark, B. Clopper, M. Randall.
SECOND ROW-D. Nicholas, M. Twigg, P. Walker, C. Yeager, A. Mease, D. McCullough, N. Mock, E. Wallis, W. Par
icing' S. Burke, P. Golden, A. Nixon, S. Britt, V. Iewell, E. Appel. Yeargan, R. Iohnson, B. Lee, D. Crawford, D. Day
. Stafford, G. Hannes, M. Arve. B. Shell.
THIRD ROW-M. Bishop. A. Bittinger. G. Sensahaugh, L. Mason, R. Ketzner, D. Iones, K. Rowan. C. Bosley, G. Snyder
M. A. Ginnniman, D. Perdew.
FOURTH ROW-P. Sfimely
S. Turner. B. Van Pelt, B. Benson.
fi. Luthkie. L. Ash, C. M. Thomas.
FIFTH ROWHM. Carner. M.
L. O. Swayne, G. Hendrix, E. Gillum, C. B.
Norris, D. Sheetz, G. Pi
Spooler, A. Rice, B. Davis, C. McFarland, H. Deneen, E. Miller, B. Anderson. N. Mintdrop, E. Stickley, E. Stuby. D. Darsh
. E. Bowman, D. McDonald, M. Nield. I. Valentine, I. Walker, N. Lewis, R. Lechliter
P. Keller, B. L. Kight, E. Wilson, M. Frey, M. Langley, D. Van Pelt, D. Smith, N. Avers
M. Ca e, I. Davis.
erce, R. Forman, E. Whisner. L. Riggleman, I. Hockman, W. Tomsko
Mulvey, T. Davis, R. Martin, T. Greise, L. Ambrose, B. Clem, L. Cage, L. Boyer
P. Sunderlin, B. Bucklew, Watt. B. E. Stafford.
D. Lloyd, R. Nycum. N. Daugherty, B. Dermer,
SEVENTH ROW-M. Rudy, B. Smith, M.
House, B. Dunithan, G. Thompson, E. Wright,
Brant, B. Murray, V. Brown. M. Wagus, D.
Q BOTTOM PICTURE J
FIRST ROW-W. Hiner, F. Light, R.
L. Ringler. I. Divico. I. Baumgardner, P. Iudy,
man, B. Mullenax, I.. Dickerhoof. C. Curry.
SECOND ROW-L. Statler, R. Rhodes. D.
M. Barnes. I. Robinette, R. Maphis, P. Burns.
THIRD ROW-G. Lewis, I. Maphis. W.
SIXTH ROW-I. Hamilton, D. Smith, M. P. Miller, D.
L. Tipton, R.
Mulvey, E. Williams, V. Robertson, M. Brant, A. Patterson
Myers, N. Nycum.
Easton, D. Thrasher, Lane, N. Lewis, E. Davy, K. Brown, Folk
D. Pryor. D. Brant, M. Walsh, A. Murray, N. Hook, W. Hook
Michaels, C. Dolan.
Price, R. Sta
K. Kohler, D. Smith, C. Ienkins, P. Davis, R. Whetsell, P. Hockman, P. Trout
fford. B. Robertson, D. Wilson, F. Partlcton, H. Parker, Mertons
Hire, R. Labor, T. Kubosky, H. Mahaney, G. Mahaney,-P. Cook, A. Hoffman
H. May, E. Davis, I. House, D. Rohinette, I. Reuschel, C. Arnold, I. Brown
O'Neil, L. Heavner, D. Catanese, B. Sneathen. P. Wilson, C. Shadwell. H
Knieriem, R. Clay, F. Richards, R. Baker, I. Bird, I. Fultineer, I. Bolyard. S. Hare. B. Clark, W. Newell. W. Lakin, B. Kerns
FOURTH ROW-R. Pollack, Ritter, L. Decker, D. Welsh, R. Fernihough, V. Hare, W. Hillegass, L. Campbell, S. Iames
K. Twigg, R. Martin. B. Hudson, A. Rice, W. Thomas, G. Berger. V. Nixon. K. Valentine, V. Bell, I. Ienkins, H. Bishop, R
Heisey. O. Turner, R. Groves.
FIFTH ROW-B. Price, W. Sewers, Kerns, G. Keady, C. Wingfield. R. Fredmond, Yost, A. Berkman, A. Bosley
l. Orndorff, W. McKenzie. R. Leasure, A. Fisher, I. Layman, D. Fisher, R. Taylor, E. Robinson, H. Brown, D. Wageley. R. Al
derton. R. Goshorn, W. Walker.
SIXTH ROW-H. Saville, I. Scott, R. White. I. Mangus. A. Sidaway, A. Shaffer, I. Voorhees, F. Davis. I. Hinkle
T. Morrison, Ziler, E. Bailey, R. Merritt, E. Graggs, B. Atkinson, R. Engle, Bennett, D. W. Keefer. R. Knipple.
SEVENTH ROW-I. Zemhower, K. McCarty, Lewis, R. Hazelrod, Crites, W. Brotemarkle, R. Popp, K. Crippen
C. Benson, C. Growden, B. Castleman, F. Moss.
R. Lewis, P. Eaton. M. LaGratta, V. Bohr, C. Gross, R. Hudson, D. Hoyle
W. McBride, C. Rice, P. Gross, R. Humhertson, K. Iames, M. O'Neal, D. Harmon, Hunter.
PRIVATES FIRST CLASS
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THEY ALSO SERVE
1942 - 1943
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MISS DOROTHY S'l'URDlVAN'I', Faculty Advihur
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Beginning soon after school started, the Sabre staff, acting in the capacity of scribes,
with Iohn Weber as editor-in-chief, Stanley Hamilton, Ir. associate editor and Miss Dor-
othy Sturdivant, the new advisor, made planstor the 1943 yearbook.
Knowing the world situation, they decided to style this annual in a military trend.
Research was done and when they had a definite idea of what they Wanted, they pre-
sented it to the art editor, Robert Curry, who submitted some very well-drawn scenes.
Photographs had to be taken, so Iohn Weber and Robert Curry working in conjunc-
tion with Mr. Robert Goldfine, photographed all school instructors, students, organiha-
tions, and other intra-mural activities.
After the photographs had been taken they had to be mounted and that task was
done by those working on layout.
All during this time advertising manager, Nora Lee Burns, aided by Mr. Walter
Boone, financial adviser, was busy with her staff selling ads for the yearbook.
All literary work was under the supervision of Margaret Statler, literary editor.
Sports editors, William Brant and Ruth Martin, by working together, presented a vivid pic-
ture of the sporting activities.
When the yearbook was near completion business manager, Edith Mahaney, staged
an elaborate advertising campaign to sell the Sabre. Again, the art editor was called to
work to design artistic posters, which he did quite well.
Under Edith's guidance the Sabre sales were very satisfactory.
Iahn and Ollier, the engravers, requested that all photographs be finished and sent
to them by March 15. Under Iohnny's supervision all panels were completed and mailed
All printed matter had to be at the printers, Weigel and Barber, Inc., by April 1. Mar-
garet Statler and her literary staff, after much thought, presented to the editor-in-chief all
literary work with the military keynote evident.
The junior staff worked in close cooperation with the seniors to produce this annual.
They deserve much credit for their tireless efforts in securing ads and on literary work.
Thus, they have gained priceless experience to use next year when they will be the scribes
of this school.
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ,.,,,,., ,.,.,,,,,,.,,,,,-,,,,,,-,,,,,,.-,-,,,,, Q ,,,,,,,,4,.,,,,.,,.,,,,, I OHN WEBER
ASSOCIATE EDITOR ........ ,,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,.,.,,,,,,.,,,, S TANLEY HAMILTON, IR.
BUSINESS MANAGER ..,,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,.,..,.,,,,,,,,,, E DITH MAHANEY
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER ....... ....................,.. H ARTLEY WIGFIELD
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS .............. ..... R OBERT CURRY, IOHN WEBER
ART EDITOR ....................... ................................ R OBERT CURRY
ADVERTISING MANAGER ,,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ORA LEE BURNS
LITERARY EDITOR .............. .,.......,............... M ARGARET STATLER
SPORTS EDITORS .....,...... ..... W ILLIAM BRANT, RUTH MARTIN
LAYOUT ................................................................ AUSTIN TWIGG, RQBERT CURRY
STANLEY HAMILTON, HARRY ADAMS
SENIOR STAFF-ADVERTISING-Irene Wolford, Mary Iolley, Catherine Kaiser, Louella Reed,
LITERARY-Arlene Chen, Patty Kime, Violet Hansrote.
IUNIOR STAFF-ADVERTISING-Ann Britt, Marie Brown, Marjorie Dolly, Esther Newlon, Betty
Nicola, Wanda Lee Steele.
LITERARY-Eunice Brookley, Virginia Owens, Ruth Ann Scott, Ioy Wilson, Harry Adams.
TYPISTS-Edith Mahaney, Louella Reed, Mary Iolly, Catherine Kaiser, Irene Wolford, Nora
STANDING-'Ann Britt, lamcs Matt. President of
SEATED-Shirley Fuller, Patricia Lynch, Lois
The Senate, or the upper house of the Student Council, is patterned directly after the
Senate of our United States government. Miss Margaret Hamilton established this demo-
cratic system. This year the entire Student Council has been taken over by the 'Social
Studies Department of the school.
The Senate is composed of seven student members elected by the upperclassmen at
the end of the previous school year. The four seniors fill the offices of the president, secre-
tary of traffic, the secretary of industry, and the secretary of social affairs. The duties of
vice-president, secretary, and treasurer are performed by the juniors. The officers are:
Iames Matt, president, Shirley Fuller, department of industry, Robert Hook, department of
traffic, Patricia Lynch, department of social activities, Lois Hanks, vice-president, Virginia
Owens, secretary, and Ann Britt, treasurer.
Efficient and capable advisers, all the teachers of the Social Studies Department,
direct the Council. Mr. Morris heads the system with Miss Enfield in charge of monitors,
Miss Myers. honor roll, and Miss Ford, ushers.
THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Democracy in Fort Hill is carried out by the Student Council. This organization has
introduced and prepared the students for the ideas and principles of self-government and
liberty and has prepared them to live in a democracy.
The members of the legislative body, the House of Representatives, were chosen by
the homerooms near the begin: ing of the second semester, one representative from each
room and an alternate. Regular weekly meetings are held Where the problems of class-
mates are brought to the attention of the Council and discussed by all those present at
the meetings. After discussion the results are reported to each homeroom. The first activity
carried out by the Student Council was the publicity and printing of programs for the an-
nual Fort Hill-Allegany Turkey Day game.
The election of the May Queen and her court was held under the supervision of the
Council, during the middle of March.
The last project sponsored by the Student Council was the election of officers for
the coming school year.
FRONT-Iames Matt, President.
FIRST ROW-C. Dolan, S. Nickles. I. Lane. W. T H. Saville, T. Smith.
SECOND ROVV-H. Stewart. C. Chalkley, E. M R. Kifer, I. Coleman. S. Burke.
THIRD ROW-N. Hansel. M. Nuse. A. I M. L. Sanner. L. Swayne. S. O'Nei1.
Brown, I. Reed. I. Dlvxco. R. Duck.
FIFTH ROW-K. Hensel, . raw or I Goodrich. M. Hutson, H. LeFew, G. Hanger.
SIXTH ROW-R. Leasurz. R. Dickerh f Ketterman, I. Easton, C. Hudson.
FOURTH ROW-M. I. Ervin, L. Creegan
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BOYS, GLEE CLUB
The Tenor sounded the call to arms and
the Boys' Glee Club, armed with the strong
weapon of music-a morale builder, went for-
ward to a successful year.
Under the direction of Miss Dorothy
Sebree, the singers gave impressive perform-
ances during the annual Christmas assembly
and during the Easter program. They also
achieved complimentary notice at the City
Music Festival in March, a new activity spon-
sored by Fort Hill and Allegany to supple-
ment the county Festival which was called off.
The officers of this organization were presi-
dent, Eugene Mayhewg vice-president, Robert
Hook, secretary, Stanford Zollner, treasurer,
Miss Doruth 0 rcc. . ,urr , '
England. Smith, VV. Folry, Wcb
Cr, R. Lapp, Martirii. R. llook,
SEATED-V. Slrichy, llehner, Mis
D. Scbrcr. C. Largcnt. V. Shcctz. M
Curry. W, L. liaincs. L. Nlorgan, I
bmith, M. Brown, M. Dorn,
SECOND ROVV-A. Twigg, R. Hook
app, R. Curry, Wehrr, T. Samuels
. Zollncr. D. Arnold, VV. lfolcy.
THIRD ROW-D. Craze, D. Twigg
lt. Parlrton. M. llinklc, M, Markle
W. L Stcclc. A. Britt. G. Applc, A
Simons, E, Smith, Vt Gruvcs, B
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March forward willy?-bilge! Thusgrl goes the
A Cappella Choir, composed of the best voices
of the school. This year the choir has marched
still farther. Again, it has had the hong' of
singing at the State Convention of the Mary-
land Federation of Music Clubs. In this event,
the group has received a "superior rating"-
the height of achievement, for four years. Dur-
ing the Yuletide festivities the choir sang at
various local churches. It has also appeared
on W. T. B. O. broadcasts, at the Girls' Hi-Y
Banquet, at the Lions Club, and in the Cum-
berland Spring Music Festival. The officers of
this lyrical group are: president, Margery
Hinkleg vice-president, Marilyn Markel, and
secretary, Eugene Mayhew.
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lfcrnihough, R. Reiter. D. Arnold. L
L. England. I. Martini, E. Mayhew, R W
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Girls' Glee Club is directed by Miss
Dorothy Sebree. It consists of girls' voices from
the tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. This
organization gives the girls an opportunity to
acquire extra vocal training.
Those songs sung in the Glee Club this
year are: "Were You There?" "Cornish May
Song," "When Iohnny Comes Marching
Home" and a "Prayer for Peace."
The Glee Club meets three times a week
and there are approximately forty members
in the organization.
This club has existed since the school be-
gan, and represents some of the best female
voices in the student body.
FIRST ROVV-E, I. Smith, D. Smith,
M. Dom, L. Morgan. C. Largcanl, A.
Simmons. M. Ilmklc. V. Striehy, D.
Craze, Radmllff, S. Brown, D. Txxlgg.
SECOND ROW-Miss Sehrec. NI. L.
Sanncr, I.. Clark. B. flare. D. Vxfanl,
V. Shcetz. M. Markel. D. Cchauf, ll.
Hamilton, B. Hicks. I.. Hager, IT. Mc-
Farland, M. Switzcrf B. Zcmhowrr.
THIRD RO -M., rown, N. Cole.
E. Parlc on, F NSchtfier,' . Apple, W,
L. Steclg, W. Hai s V, Groves,
D. 3 Bla er. . Piik , H., Blakcr
W. Mo e . Curry.
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FIRST ROW-R. Breche, C. Chalk-
lcy, Walter House, C. Mcfford,
SECOND ROW-R. Rodenhauscr. F.
C, I-lammaker, l'I, Spiker, P. Golden, A.
Nixon, C. Martin, Cv. Weaver, R.
TIIIRD ROVV-D. Marker, S. Keller,
I. Curl. D. Alkire. M. Robin-lon. E.
Brant, N. Fisher, S. Hansrotc, P. Har-
baugh, B. Slagle, E. Watson. S. I.
Stang. S. Sansburv. T. Allen, C. Bar-
rmger, Miss Scbree,
FOURTH ROW-'l'. Crowden,
Swayne. A. I.. Park, Ii. Bury, R.
Thompson. A. Allee. C. Molcr, V. lcwcll,
S Britt F Ll hr R Hciscv M Twiqq,
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B. Young, L. Allendcr, M. Myers.
JUNIOR GLEE CLUB
Every good soldier must first go through
a period of training before he sees action.
The "training camp" for the senior glee clubs
and the A Cappella Choir is the Iunior Glee
Club. The membership is made up of boys
and girls from grades seven, eight and nine.
The first exercises practiced are in unison
singing. Later they drill in part harmony and
soon their soprano, alto, tenor, and bass
voices blend together in perfect harmony.
Miss Dorothy Sebree, the top sergeant, is as-
sisted by president, Sue Brittg vice-president,
Charlotte Barringerg treasurer, lack Paupeg
secretary, Dorothy Marker and librarian, Rolo-
FIRST ROW-R. Hilleary, H. Wigfield, R. McMullen, L. Shriver, N. Davis, D. Harc, P. Foltz, B. Brown, W. Lovenstcii
q ant. l. Minniclcs, Molcr, Ringlvr. W. Foley.
SECOND ROW-R. Merritt, B. May, R. Tomsko, N. Cole, Wrbcr, M. Rinltcr, W. Dillon, R. Reiter. D. Cessna, N. S th
Pivrcc. E. Brant, W. Rider, L. Shcefz, D. Icwell.
THIRD ROW-VV. Evans, Parsy, N. Scnsahaugh, W. Sctllc, D. llcllcr, L. fingland, W. Frcclancl. P. Gross, Kvzs lx
llmrpc. W. Evans.
FOURTII RCJW-W. Clarltc. V. Bcall, G. Mulsbury, T. Smith, R. Storcr, Dyer, W. Goldsboro, C. Maluancy, L. Ni hl
Lim, R. Pomeroy.
THE FORT HILL BAND
The stirring notes of our national anthem at the beginning of each football game
fill every student of Fort Hill with pride for this great country and for the band of Fort
This year besides appearing at home football games and playing for assembly pro-
grams, part of the organization known as the Pep Band played at basketball games. The
band participated in the Armistice Day Parade, played at Allegany High School With the
Federation of Music Club, and presented a concert at the B. 6. O. Y. M. C. A. This year
only Allegany and Fort Hill participated in the Spring Music Festival, because of war-
time transportation difficulties.
The band, under the direction of Miss Pearl Garbrick, consists of forty pieces in-
cluding clarinets, trumpets, tubas, baritone horns, French horns, a drum, trombones, saxo-
phones, and the bell-lyra. The members are very proud of their shiny, new White drum,
purchased this year. Also included in the band are the drum major, the four color
bearers, the majorettes, and twenty-one flag twirlers, who appeared at the Thanksgiving
game and presented a very colorful background for the band.
Band rehearsals are held before and after school only. Special credit should be given
the clarinet trio Which practices at seven o'clock in the morning.
Officers of the band are president, Iohn Weber, vice-president, William Evans: secre-
tary, Neil Smith, and treasurer, William Dillon.
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An orchestra is one of the most vital organizations of any school. It furnishes good
music and entertainment for assembly programs and plays, and gives the students a
chance to develop their talents as real muscians. The orchestra is made up of twenty
pieces including violins, violas, clarinets, trumpets, French horns, saxophones, trombones
and the piano, Which combine to produce harmonious melodies. Since an orchestra plays
more classical music than a band, its members must produce a finer quality of tone.
In the past three years the orchestra has been under tive instructors-Mr. Bowmann,
Mr. Holtz, Mr. Klepter, Mrs. Mann and this year, Miss Garbrick, all of Whom have made
remarkable progress considering the short time they have Worked With the organization.
The orchestra practices twice a Week after school. That this is a democratic organi-
zation is shown by its appearance in community programs. A concert was presented by
the orchestra at the Grace Methodist Church, at the B 5: O. Y. M. C. A. and at the l..ion's
Christmas dinner. One of the orchestra's most important local activities was broadcasting
a program over WTBO. A highlight of the year Was its participation in the Spring Music
Festival with the Allegany High School orchestra and the bands and glee clubs of both
FIRST ROW-R. Storrr, E. Mnlmnry, R. Rcitcr, R. lin-iscy, F. Rica li, lmclilitrr, I. Martini.
SECOND ROVV-R. 'l'omsko, Vv'. Dillon, Miss Garlwrirk, Lnynmn, O. 'l'urnrr, K. Snyder, C. Malinnev, K, England, W. Cl lx
L Pngland, D. Heller.
THIRD ROVV-E. Dyer, W. Freeland. H, VVigfii'ld.
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Owens, A. Chen. E. Engle,
M. I, Ervin, M. Douglass.
roy, M. Statler. Lv. Wentlmg.
Order of the day: llssued from the offices of President Margaret Statler and Adviser
Miss Gerardine Pritchardl. Report to room 122 every Friday at 12:00 for your Choral Speak-
ing Choir rehearsal.
The choir this year has Worked industriously to improve its choric speech and
has attained its goal. They participated in the patriotic pageant If He Could Speak,
which was given as a part of the observance of National Education Week.
The other leaders of this regiment of dramatic forces at Fort Hill are Evangeline
Engle, secretary, and Mary lane Ervin, treasurer Who, with the members, deserve con-
gratulations for their fine achievements.
Much credit is due the Fort Hill Players for keeping up the morale of the school
and community during the past year. This group, under the direction of Miss Gerardine
Pritchard, is organized to further drama appreciation within the school. Predominant among
their activities are the May Day program and the annual one-act play tournament.
On December ll, 1942, the club presented Spring Fever, a three-act comedy. From
the proceeds of the presentation, the Players contributed to the Stage Door Canteen
Fund. This army of dramatic soldiers, sponsored a book collection for the fighting forces.
They also presented patriotic programs over the public address system.
This organization, comprised of juniors and seniors, has as its officers: president, Vio-
let Hansroteg vice-president, Stanley Hamilton, secretary, Margaret Statler, treasurer, Ioy
The National Thespian Troupe Number 230, armed With the great knowledge and
ability needed to follow the dramatic art, and commanded by Miss Gerardine Pritchard,
their adviser, and Betty Shaffer, their president, this year shot off one of the loudest can-
nons of dramatics ever sounded at Fort Hill!
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FIRST ROW-A. L. Thomas, V.
SECOND ROW-R, A. Scott. L.
Hanks, Wilsori, M. Campbell, M,
THlRD ROW-D, Coleman, Hinkle,
FOURTH ROWjC. Alderton, C. Kil-
FIRST ROVV-lI.cIt rn Riglitl-R. Tonislto, I. Wilsnii. M. Stalls-r. N. Harger, F. Karr, 'l'. Stallings. S. Ilainillon.
V RSECOND RUYV-D. Daily, Ilinlxle, ll. Randall, ll. Iingle, A. Clirn, H. Shaffer, P, Denevn, M. Kast-rmnp.
THIRD ROVV-I. Ringlvr. M. Douglas, C. Kilroy, I.. Hanks, A. Thmnas, R. Scott, V. Owcns, A. Osborne, D. Brown,
G. Schaid, E. Brookley. W. 'I'avloi'.
FOURTH ROW-D. Coleman. M. Camplwll, R. Newcmnlw, M, Mrflabc. D. llnffman, M. I. lfrxin, B. Nicola.
M. Pfeiffer, Newberry, li. Patterson, B. llansrnlc. M. lfclwartls.
FIFTII RUVV-N. llansrl, R. lf. Driytnn. I, Kilrny, M. 'I'wigg, P. Graham, II. Broulcs, E. Rinkcr, C. Alderlon, G,
.M-1z.e.,02 ' was
The two foremost activities were the matinee three-act production, Mr. and Mrs,
America, and their celebration of National Drama Week, February 7-14.
The officers of the company, besides the commander-in-chief, include Violet Hans-
rote, secretary, and Stanley Hamilton, treasurer.
We give ratings of "Expert CS. G.l" to our own Fort Hill Thespians, the only troupe
in the state of Maryland!
YVentling, Ii. Dolan.
FIRST ROW-lI.eft tn Riglitl-I. Wilson, I.. llnnles, R. Dayton, A. Clif-n, V, llansrotr, P. Denef-n, C, Srharlv,
SECOND ROW--G. Kilroy, N. Hansel, M. Pfiefler. li. Engle, G. VVQ-ntling, D. Brown, M. Edwards, M. Stallvr.
THIRD ROW-ID. Coleman, M. Campbell, Hinkle, A. L. Thomas, M. Ervin, M. Douglas, Il. Rinlwr.
C. Ald r .
I?6ElnRTH ROW-S, Hamilton, T. Stallings, R, Tomsko, W. Price, N. Bargcr, F. Karr.
JUNIOR PLA YERS
The Iunior Players of our school constitute
another regiment of dramatics. This group of
freshmen and sophomores are under the di-
rection of Miss Lillian Boughton and presided
over by Norma Lee Cole.
Their chief object throughout the year was
to enable every member of the group to par-
ticipate in some club production. Ianie, an
adaptation from a magazine story, was pro-
duced with both ninth and tenth grade casts
The other officers are Betty May, vice-
president, Sue Britt, secretary, and Lois Hager,
FIRST ROVV-B. Brown, P. MC
Carty, C, Burke, Tliraslier, A
Slianhnltz, B. Thonipson, IVI. Taylor,
N, Evans, B. Mrclford, C, Wnlsnri
SECOND ROVVE-B. Gulick, E.
Twigg. V. Lloyd, N. Fisher, M
Bagcant, D. Hrrtingvr, F, Cover, C.
Iludsnn, C. True. li. Nixon, D
THIRD ROVV-F. Srriabv. VV.
Ilousc, limerick, C, Chalk. D
Arnold. VanIVIctrr, R. Mnrrw
I. Allvn. B. Linn.
FIRST ROVV-S. Burke. A. Niv-
on, L, Mriscyn, C. Boslcy, P. Keller,
C. Martixi. V, lcwcll, S. Ilrltt, H.
Linn, B, May. S. Sapp, I, Nlrlxr.
If. l'inauI!, IVI, Twigg.
SECOND ROW-B, I.. Knitc, M.
L. Sanner, I.. Clark, L. Cage, I'I.
Rllcv, B. lticks, L, Ilagsr, H.
Pfeiffer, R, li. Rice, R. Yragcr,
S, Browne, Rndrliflv, N. Colr.
THIRD ROW-L. Divlwrlinnf, R.
Iteisey. It. Saville, lf, Miller, If,
Swarlz. If. Isncr, I. Lune, R.
LITTLE PLA YERS
There exists in the Iunior High School an
organization that is quite familiar to many of
us, the Little Players. This active group, under
the guidance of Miss Clay Adams, is striving
to further their study ot dramatics so that in
the future they might be able to participate
in the Senior High dramatic projects.
Directed by officers Richard Morris, Mich-
ael Taylor, Sue Swayne, and Esther Twigg.
the club has studied the technique of radio
broadcasting and the use of the school pub-
lic address system. This was followed by the
preparation and presentation of a script by
the members of the club.
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Patterson, D. Billmyer, L, Hanks. R. Newcomh,
M. McCabe, D. Dailey, Kilroy, A. Thomas.
THIRD ROW-I, Wilson. D. Cessna. M. L.
Campbell. M. lrving, R. E. Dayton. G. Hum-
bertson, V. Norris, G. Pickarcl. R. Martin. H
Blaker. K, Ullery, B, Cox, W. Lnvensrein
FOURTH ROW'-K. Gormer, l. Hinkle. B.
Dolan, M. Grimm, V. Hansrote. G. Kilroy, R.
Adams, S. Fuller. M. Pfeiffer, M. Statler, P. Lynrh
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The Girls Hi-Y represents clean living and
good habits in school and home life.
There are fifty girls in this organization
with Miss lane Gilchrist as advisor. Some of
their activities were stationing girls in hos-
pital rooms to cheer the sick and sponsoring
a spring dance with the Boy's Hi-Y. One of
the worthiest project was the collecting of
food to prepare Thanksgiving baskets for the
The following girls were chosen as the
officers: president, Eleanor Patterson: vice-
president, Lois Hanksg secretary, Dorothy Bill-
myerg treasurer, Marie Douglas.
"Forward March!" With this command from
president Kempton Markel, the Boys' Hi-Y
marched forward to a victorious year.
Their purpose "To create and extend
throughout school and community high ideals
of Christian character" constitutes an import-
ant phase on the home front. Their activi-
ties included a skating party in Ianuary, at-
tendance at the annual "Y" Fellowship Ban-
quet With the "Hi-Y's" of Allegany, the pur-
chase of arm bands for members, printing
"Turkey Day" programs in collaboration with
Allegany's Hi-Y, and presentation of a War
bond to the school.
Other officers were Ray Fisher, vice-presi-
dentg Wendell Boggs, secretaryg Iohn Weber,
treasurer, and Mr. Hamill Kenny, advisor.
SEATED-R. Schultz, R. McMillian. Matt,
R. Currv. l, Weber, K. Markel, W. Boggs,
R. Golden, E. Clark, E. Whiteman, G. Evans.
SECOND ROW-E. Growden, P. Rofierap, E.
Twiqg, H. Brant, R. Lapp, I, Martens, l. Pellerzi.
B. Pitzer. l. Weaver, R. Kelly, D. MvGill.
THIRD ROWMM. Orndorff, C. Reuurhgl, K,
Hansel, D. Wright, W. Dillon. lenkins. B.
Price. D. Chase, H, Chaney,
T l . C I Al ,
FIRST ROW-W. Dyer. W. Freeland, R. Deter, M. Adams. M. Karns, G. Smith. P. Shatzer.
SECOND ROW-B. Dolan. S. Oss, F. McDonald, M. Owens. Newberry, D. Mccormirlr, E. Butler.
THIRD ROW-L. Rice, V. Arthur. M, A. Smith, M. Hardman, E. McCracken, R. Erivkson, M. Collins,
li. Thompson, V. L. Rive, A. Thomas, G. ffipsley, M. Dyer, M. DnVall.
l7OllR'l'll ROVV-V. Rive-, B. Hipsley. I. Shaffer, M. Paxton. V. Hardy.
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SENIOR HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Our Senior Home Economics Club has certainly been contributing tre-
mendously toward the War effort. This year We are hearing more and more
about the activities of this Club. The girls practice sugarless recipes, try
"meat stretchers" and even smash tin cans for the cafeteria in their spare time.
The girls are doing Wonders under the efficient guidance of Miss Kremer.
They have been filling baskets and making scrap books for children in the
hospitals, day nurseries and clinics.
It was this organization Which put over Nutrition Week at Fort Hill
with such a bang! They are also learning to knit for the Red Cross and their
one aim is to do good for their community and school.
All Work and no play, however, make for anyone, a dull day, these
girls are planning a picnic in the park, and a dance with the Bachelor's Club.
They serve refreshments at every meeting and also present interesting pro-
grams, along With playing games.
The Senior Home Economics Club meet twice every month and the only
requirements, girls, is to be taking home economics.
The officers-President, Marion Hardmang Vice-President Elda McCrack-
eng Secretary, Virginia Hardy, Treasurer, Stella Oss, Sentinel Reporter,
gui 7444 Jfaae "Bail fund'
The Bachelor's Club is one of the most
unique and interesting organizations of the
school. This group of boys, guided by Miss
Hudson, has earned itself a favorable reputa-
tion for their sincere study of the culinary arts.
Their aims are to learn skillful housekeeping
in order that they might live the carefree life
of a bachelor or be able to keep house for
wives Working in war factories. Under the di-
rection of their officers, Kenneth Hensel, presi-
dent, Francis Swain, treasurerg and Kenneth
Koser, sergeant-at-arms, the boys have made
such dishes as Welsh rarebit, chili, spaghetti,
and at Christmas, holiday cookies were fea-
tured. The "bachelors" pride themselves on
a neat kitchen. We congratulate them on their
SEATED C F Few, l... Pierce, R. Kelley, H, Boggs,
STANDING C Hammaker. I. Brown, C. Reuschel. C. Mefforcl. C. Mahaney, G Allen Ha
R cl h user, K. Hansel.
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THE LIBRARY CLUB
The Library Club, under the command of Miss Gertrude
Ranck, librarian, Pearl Deneen, president, Georgia Pickard, vice-
president, Imogene Ryan, secretary, and Iuanita Bugg, treas-
urer, renders a vital service in a war-minded school. Members
live up to their aim to help other students by speeding up li-
brary service to give them more time tor more important tasks.
Their second aim, a cultural one, is to learn as much as possible
about books and reading.
The sixty members, of which two-thirds are new, meet on the
second Thursday of each month. They are assigned a special
time to work during the Week and this service keeps the library
running efficiently. Their chief duties consist of receiving, card-
ing, shelving, and charging books. Other worthwhile activities
are the mending of torn books, and the filing of magazines from
year to year.
FIRST ROW-B. Gulick, I. Ryan, H. Scarlett, P. Walker, D. Bird, G. Reed, I. Grimm, D. Chase.
A. Ranck, A. Meace. D. Brinkman. D. Street.
SECOND ROW-I. Anderson. M, A. Smith. H. Hamilton. D. Gehauf, V. L. Sittag. B. Zembower.
B. Davis, Smith, I. Miller, B. Dolan, P. Emmart, C. Keiter.
THIRD ROW'-D. Bittinger, M. Myers, M. Brown, H. Benford, B. Nicola. M. Cruthers, M. E. Thompson,
I. Bugg, D. Bennett. M. Shanholtz. V. Weaver, E. Wolfington.
FOURTH ROW-B. Henderson, E. Lewis, O. Ways, H. Brant, M. Burgess, Newberry F. Schmier.
P. Deneen, George, D. Miller. M. ludy.
FIFTH ROW-F. Winterstein. G. Mahaney, G. Keady. I. Wolford. N. L. Burns. A. Nixon. N. Bucy,
C. Dolan. M. Paxton. C. Simms.
SIXTH ROW-R. Lechliter, E. Appel, M. lolley. C. Kaiser. G. lzzett, G. Pickard, H. Blalcer, D. Blaker.
FIRST ROW-N. Hansel. ll. Kimc. A. Chen. R. Golden, M. Slatlrr. li. Kilroy, I. Wilstiri.
OND ROVV-lf. McFarland. V. llansrolc, K. Gornler, M. llclwncr, li. Nldliancy, M. L. C, 5 C
rvin, A. Simons.
lllIl3D ROYV-li. Mayhew. ll. Sullixau. R. llouls. ill. Stallings, K. Mnrlicl. ll. Gcorgc.
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THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Culminating their scholastic career. twelve seniors and
live juniors were awarded a coveted place in the National Honor
Society, an organization with ideals so high that membership
is attained by a small percentage of the senior class and only
five juniors each year. On the whole, the group represents stu-
dents who have excelled in scholarship, leadership, service,
The initiation, an impressive formal program, was conducted
by the old members, Arlene Chen, Gladys Kilroy, Patty Kime,
Richard Golden, and Margaret Statler, who clearly explained
the four placques, scholarship, leadership, service, and char-
acter to new members. In turn Paul George, Kathleen Gormer,
Norma Hansel, Violet Hansrote, lane Hebner, Robert Hook, Edith
Mahaney, Kempton Markel, Eugene Mayhew. Frances McFar-
land, Thomas Stallings, and Arthur Iohn Weber, seniors and
Martha Lee Campbell, Mary Iane Ervin, Annabel Simmons.
Palmer Sullivan, and Ioy Wilson, juniors, placed their signatures
on a roster which is kept in the school office.
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FIRST ROW-R. Thompson. P. Keller. Miss Samms, H. Thompson.
SECOND ROW-B. Owens, M. Owens. E. Ellis. l. Birds. P Shatzer.
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After We have won the War, the members oi this organization will be
able to demonstrate their talents in beautitying a World at peace. Under the
direction of Miss Samms, pupils from all grades meet for the purpose of
exchanging ideas and methods, and to develop any abilities that might lead
to a career. An important and very successful undertaking of the club is the
painting of scenes on the front windows to commemorate holidays. Officers
are President, Thomas Samuels: Vice-President, Eugene Ellis, and Secretary.
THE MIMEOGRAPH CREW
"Never praised and always blamed" should be the motto of the mimeo-
graph crew, for, it ever a group of boys Worked and slaved tor the good ot
the school Without being recognized by the student body, this is it. All bulle-
tins or study sheets, special announcements and-perish the thought-all
tests come by their hands.
Made up of students from the commercial department, these boys are
specially trained to do the best work possible in running oft the stencils so
carefully prepared by the typing department.
lust remind a mimeograph boy of Nutrition Week and his answer Will give
you the key to the amount ot Work they can do, it necessary, in cr Week's
I. Buclcn. R. Kelly. l:. VVin1crstt'1x1. E Umwtlcu, P. Rmlvrap. K. Kosvr, R. Crabtrcc.
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With the roll of drums and the Waving of
flags we introduce you to the Latin Club!
President, Eunice Brookley, vice-president.
Harwell Saville, secretary, Onieta Sommer-
kamp, and treasurer, Mary Dom. Under the
direction of Miss Edwena Kraus, this club is an
effort to promote culture in a war-minded
World. With great diligence, club members fol-
low the actions of Yankee troops in a Latin
magazine entitled "Auxilium Latinum."
At the meetings, held every first and third
Tuesday, the club sings "The Star Spangled
Banner," "America," or some other patriotic
song in Latin. Then a program is presented.
consisting of a quiz skit, or report about the
Latin language or Roman people. The only
requirement for joining this club is that the
applicant have some knowledge of Latin.
Ifl-RSI' RUVV- tllrwil tu Bfulxl!-VV' Smith. l. Srliniltr. A. Rlulxur.
5hLOND ROVV-I. Molvr, Cf. Marlin. O. Sommcrlcamp, B. Milli-r.
THIRD ROW'-V. L. Si i . D. Darsh, M. Carlmc . Dom F B lil
FOURTH ROW-E. Pinaulcf, E.
. M . .. foo cy.
illum G. Pierce, M. Nlulvvy, E. Nr-xxlcn. VV. L. Sluclc.
FIRST ROW-B. May. C. Martin. S. Britt. V. Iewell, Nloler, I. Lane, I. Thrasher, E. Watson, A. Mlxrray, M. Llze
V. I.. Sittig. C. Burley. B. Whitenian.
SECOND ROW-HN, Williams, I.. Nivkcls, F. Schmicr. C. Ringlcr, Davis. E. Twigg, F. Cover. S. I. Stang, P. Krllc
W. Parsons. E. Daxy. I. Curl, C. Harringcr, D. Smith.
THIRD ROW-ll. Marker, M. Iolms. P. Burlry, N. Avcr. D. 'llhrashen N. Decker, P. Goldcn. B. Anderson, 'l'. Allcr
N. Fisher. Il. Gulick, B. L. Kight, A. Patterson, W. Tonlsko.
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The Girls' League is one of the most altruistic clubs of our
junior high school. Under the direction of Miss Mary Workman,
it has had many successful accomplishments.
This junior branch of the Girls' Hi-Y has as its purposes
to produce a wholesome and happier school life for the girls
of the seventh, eighth, and ninth gradesg to help better the con-
ditions of the school gto promote school activitiesg and to assist
others in school relationships. They perform these aims through
their slogan, "To serve."
The club commenced their activities this year by choos-
ing new members. In order to become a member a candidate
must have a high scholastic standing and must be chosen by a
majority vote of the members. In October, they held an initia-
tion, a very gay and hilarious event. At Thanksgiving and
Christmas, these girls aided in the annual collection and dis-
tribution of baskets for the needy. They celebrated the yuletide
festivities by an exhilarating party. Other events which marked
the successful year of the Girls' League were skating, bowling,
swimming, hiking, and numerous social get-togethers.
The officers of this organization which meets bi-monthly
are: Betty May, president, Charlotte Berringer, vice-president,
Elaine Cole, secretary, Audrey Nixon, treasurer, and Agnes
SEATED--V. Hansrote, G. Kil
Kime, A. Chen, W. Dillon.
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"The News Shall Make Ye Free!"
This is the slogan of the Sentinel, Fort Hi1l's first line of defense. Through-
out the entire school year, the school paper has contributed to the morale ot
the students in giving them news and amusement. It majors in giving first
hand information of all events and the staff has Worked diligently this year
in making it one of the best "Sentinels" ever edited.
The Sentinel was given first rating in the Columbia Press Conference this
year. A medal has been sent to add to the others on the plaque.
roy, A. L. Thomas, S. Koontz. P
STANDING-D. Wright, M. Stat
ler. I. Day. P. Lynch, F. Karr
Co-EDITORS ..,............ ...... P ATTY KIME, ARLENE CHEN
MANAGING EDITOR ........ ............,...,..... W ILLIAM DILLON
NEWS EDITOR ............ .,............,.,.,................,... M ARGARET STATLER
MAKE-UP EDITOR ...,., ,I,..........,.,.I............................ V IOLET HANSROTE
SPORTS EDITORS ........ ,..,.. I AMES DAY, MARY ANN GETZANDANNER
FEATURE EDITOR ........... .,..,....,...........,..,.,..............,........, G LADYS KILROY
EXCHANGE EDITOR .....,.,.I..... ....... P ATRICIA LYNCH
ADVERTISING MANAGER ,..... ...... D AVID WRIGHT
CIRCULATION MANAGER ....... ..,..... F ORREST KARR
BUSINESS MANAGER ..... ...... S HELVIA KOONTZ
ART .....,,...................., .,.,.. T HOMAS SAMUEL
FACULTY ADvIsER ,....,,.. . ...............,....,........ HAMILL KENNY
MABEL WELLING, BETTY BENFORD, DOROTHY COLEMAN,
IMOGENE RYAN, HELEN SCARLETT, IAMES WILKIN S, MARY IO
DUVALL, HARRY ADAMS, KATHRYN YANKIE, LOIS SHRIVER
EUGENE MORIN, KENNETH KOSER, IANE HEBNER
Mr. Hamill Kenny, faculty advisorg Patty Kime and Arlene Chen, co-editors
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With most selections featuring cr war theme, the annual Tasker G.
Lowndes preliminary declamation contest was staged at Fort Hill on Decem-
ber ll. Of the ten excellent presentations, Lois Hanks' interpretation of "The
Old Lady Shows Her Medals," and Elwood Growden's rendition of "By Their
Actions, Let Men Speak" were selected as best.
The other contestants and their declamations were Arlene Chen, "Where
the Cross Is Made," Virginia Reid, "Dark Victory," Helen Randall, "The Citi-
zen," Marjorie Dolly, "The Murder of Lidice," Raymond Kelly, "The Soul of
Uncle Sam," Norman Barger, "Now Our Eyes Are Open," Iohn Martini, "The
Heart ot Democracy," and Eugene Mayhew, "A Challenge To Our National
The judges, Miss Kathleen Cumbee, Miss Marie Park, and Mr. Alfred
Benna, were members of the faculty. The contestants were coached by Miss
Nellie Willison and Miss Helen Smith.
Due to transportation facilities, the final contest was called off and Fort
Hill was glad to give her cooperation in a time of national emergency.
l. Martilli. R. Kclly. A. Chen, B. Lwrownlen. L. flanks, N. Barger, lf. Randall, E. Nlayhcw,
V. Reed tnot picturcdj, M. Dolly.
On Floor-E. Ginniman, V. Robertson, M. A. Ginniman.
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GIRLS' PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
One of the most useful. and yet most unac-
claimed, organizations of our school is the Girl's
In this club, which meets once every Monday,
there are 20 members. The purpose of the club is
to teach all girls of all grades who Wish, the use of
photography and all the little tricks that go with
it. This knowledge may be of great help in the fu-
ture to all those girls who may become a WAVE
or WAAC and enter into War Work. The officers of
the club are:
IUANITA BUGG .............. President
EDITH MAHANEY ........ Secretary
The girl who takes the best photograph during
the year is excused from paying dues.
STANDING--M. A. Smith. E. McCracken, L. Lewis, M. Paxton, F. McDo
ATED-S. Oss, E. Mahaney.
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The guidon of Fort Hill dramatics marched forward on December ll.
at 8:15 o'clock, when the three-act college comedy, "Spring Fever," by
Glenn Hughes was presented by the Fort Hill Players.
The dramatization had for its setting a small boarding-house at Brook-
field College on the day before commencement. Howard Brant struggles to
graduate and every character has a "finger in the pie" to help him obtain
The cast of the play follows:
MRS. SPANGLER ............,.,,..............., ....,,.... M ARGARET STATLER
ANNE PURCELL .,.,... ......, R UTH ELLEN DAYTON
VIVIAN GEORGE ......., .........,......... A RLENE CHEN
Vic LEWIS ......... ............... T OM STALLINGS
ED BURNS .......... ........ S TANLEY HAMILTON
Lou HERRON ............. ....,, M ARYIANE EDWARDS
HOWARD BRAN1' ......... ............... W ILLIAM PRICE
HENRY PURCELL ....... ,............ I OHN MARTINI
AUNT MAUDE ..,,..,.. ,.........,... I OY WILSON
MRS. PURCELL ......... ..,.. G LADYS KILROY
PRESIDENT DIXON ........ ,,... E UGENE MAYHEW
PROFESSOR BEAN ,.,,.............,.,.............,.....,...........................,,............. FORREST KARR
The presentation was capably directed by Miss Gerardine Pritchard.
adviser of the senior dramatic groups. The play was enacted before an au-
dience of 1300 because of the untiring efforts of an excellent business mana-
ger, Miss Nellie Willisong properties were managed by Miss Veronica Cole-
man, the stage work was supervised by Mr. Alfred Bennap and publicity
was provided by Miss Eileen Samms and the art classes.
A salute to the entire cast and staff of Spring Fever for an unexcelled
Ma. MJ Mu. Hmm
The Thespians, under the command of Miss Gerardine Pritchard, did
their duty as good soldiers when they produced to Mr. and Mrs. America,
the proceeds from which were donated to the Stage Door Canteen Fund
and the Victory Corps Clubs.
This three-act comedy was the story of an average American couple-
their happiness and experiences.
The cast ot Mr. and Mrs. America was:
TEUDY KELLY ..........
MARSHALL KELLY .
Mas. NANCY KELLY
............... MARYIANE EDWARDS
STANLEY HAMILTON, IR.
TOM KELLY .................... ..,......... W ILLIAM PRICE
ELSA CLATHORPE ....... ....... B ETTY SHAFFER
CARMEN MILLER ......, ...... N ORMA HANSEL
Mas. L1v1NGsToNE ........ .............,... G LADYS KILROY
MYRTLE BEGLEY ....,.... ........ G ERALDINE WENTLING
URTAH Hnwxms ........ ................. T OM STALLINGS
BILL WALCOTT ........
SEEGEANT O'H1mA .
....... RUTH ELLEN DAYTON
................ FORREST KARR
The Thespians have provided a worthy example for the school by con-
tributing to the war effort, and congratulations are their reward!
PLA Y CONTEST
One of the outstanding features of
our assembly schedule this year was
the annual one-act play tournament.
In view of the need for entertainment
during War-time the Fort Hill Players,
sponsors of the project, emphasized
the fact that We are also engaged in
a war of ideas.
The purpose of the tournament was
to encourage leadership, responsibil-
ity, and characterization by student
direction and production. This com-
petitive contest offered sophomores,
juniors, and seniors an opportunity to
display dramatic talents as they vied
for class honors and individual recog-
nition. However, Where there is com-
petition there rnust be a Winner and
the sophomore presentation, "Iunior's
Moustache," directed by Ioy Wilson
was judged best by a faculty corn-
The honor award of "best actress"
was given to Martha Lee Campbell
for her performance in the title role of
"Who Kissed Barbara," the junior pres-
entation under the able supervision of
Dorothy Coleman. The production of
the senior class, "Red Carnations," di-
rected by Betty Shctffer Was the third
of the entertaining and capably man-
aged plays. This undertaking is a
praiseworthy effort to be credited to
the dramatic forces at Fort Hill.
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It all began in April, that is, if one divides his life according to the months. Yes, it
was in April that George and Terry McIntyre experienced the trying romantic problems
of their later adolescenceg problems which were brought forth to the public on April 9
when the senior class presented Aurania and William Spence Rouverol's three-act comf-
edy, "Young April." George, just home from college where he has just finished his fresh--
man year, is terribly in love with his ideal, Diane, who is more independent than he real-
izes. Girls will be girls, and she, by shifting a date, completely disillusions the idealist,
George. In the meantime, Terry, who is sweet but awfully ignorant of human nature, al-
most marries Bert Parsons, but his blue book and carbon copy love letters decide the case.
Then she almost marries "mother's boy," Stewart Miller, until she gets tired of having Mrs.
Miller making all her plans. George finally realizes he loves Diane just as she is and Terry
comes to the conclusion that Brian Stanley, an old family friend and the "boy next doorw
is the one for her.
In the cast were:
TERRY MCINTYRE ....... .................. N ORMA HANSEL
BRIAN STANLEY .,......,, ..,.,, S TANLEY HAMILTON. IR.
GEORGE MCINTYRE ,...... ,.............. R AYMOND KELLY
DIANE GILMORE ....,.....,. ..,...,..,..,.. A RLENE CHEN
PROFESSOR MCINTYRE ..,,., ...,.....,.,..,.,. I OHN MARTINI
MRS. MCINTYRE .......,. .,..,.. H ILDEGARDE LANGER
BERT PARSONS ........ .....,...... W ILLIAM PRICE
STEWART MILLER ...... ...... E UGENE MAYHEW
MRS. MILLER ....... ...... P ATRICIA LYNCH
VIVIAN BAILEY ....... .......... B ETTY SHAFFER
ELSIE PATTERSON ...,... ...... E VANGELINE ENGLE
DUTCH ....... .............,.... H ERMAN BRANT
MILDRED ......., ........ D OROTHY MOSTOLLER
IANE .................................................................................. ...,............ L OUELLA REED
Credit for handling this production is given to Mrs. Harold Lynch, directory Mr. Walter
Boone, business: Mr. Alfred Benna, stage: and Miss Nellie Willison, publicity.
THE VICTORY CORPS
Fort Hill marched forward in the war effort this year with the introduction of the Victory
Corps. It is designed to include all wartime activities, of our high school. It is both curricular
and extracurricular. It has given us opportunity to relate the total school program to a total
war effort. It adapts all existing war effort and extends them to include all the pupils in our high
school. It challenges each pupil by giving him a specific part in the national war program and
recognizes and dignifies each Fort Hill pupil's contribution to the war effort by furnishing insig-
nia and standards of achievements.
To our principal, Mr. Victor D. Heisey, belongs the direct responsibility for the proper or-
ganization of the Victory Corps in our school. The development of policies, the adjustment of
regulations, explanation of the corps to the community, making of plans for cooperating with all
community agencies-all these and many others are the responsibility of our principal.
The pupils have been given as large a share as possible in the organization and opera-
tion of the Victory Corps. Membership is not difficult but the requirements are sufficiently de-
manding that an effort must be put forth by the individual. Our school because it possessed the
necessary facilities has been able to organize fO11r Of the five divisions and set up a complete
program for these. The four divisions and their requirements are:
l. Air Service Division
To qualify for this division, an individual must be participating in a program of physi-
cal fitness, should be planning and have begun preliminary preparation for service in the
armed forces as aviation cadets, and must be either pursuing a program which includes one
year of physics and three years of mathematics, a course in preflight aeronautics, one
radio, electricity, or vocational shop.
2. Land Service Division
Members af this division Should be planning to enter some branch of the ground forces
of the Army, T1-ie person must be participating in at least three of the following: One year
of high-school niathen-iatigs, one year of high-school laboratory science, a program of physi-
cal fitness, shop course, or military drill.
3. Sea Service Division
Pupils entering this division should be
preparing for some branch of the Navy or
Merchant Marine and must be participating
in at least three of the following: Courses in
high-school mathematics preferably through
plane trigonometry, at least one course in
high school laboratory science, preferably
physics, physical fitness program, course in
elements of navigation, a shop course, or
Community Service Division
Those in this division should be planning
for work in community or service occupation
and to qualify must be participating in three
of the following: Courses definitely pointed
to preparation for service occupation at the
professional level, courses preparing for com-
mercial, homemaking, or similar community
service occupation, some form of part-time
work for community service, physical fitness,
or military drill.
KNEELING-N. Hamilton, D. Mostoller, D. Blaker, K. Yankiz
STANDING-E. Whitman, R. Fisher, N. Barge:
LETTERS FOR SERVICE MEN
FIRST ROW-D. Bcnnctt, V.
Robincrtc. L. Lewis, A. liriakssun.
SECOND ROW-I. llclgorh, ll.
Nliller, V. Hardy, A. Gralvcnstcin.
I. A. Thomas. M. Collins.
THIRD ROW-E. Mahancy. M.
Dyer, E. Leplcy. C. Owens.
FOURTH ROWHF. lVlCD0nal4l. P.
Shatzcr, Rice. G. Lewis.
FIFTH ROW-M. Frey. N. L.
Burns. Wolford. E. Mcfirackcn.
G. lzzelr, E. Kimble.
SIXTH ROW-M. A. Smith. F.
Hascnbuhler, D. Lease. B. Klosterf
man. M. C. Moore. E. McDaniel,
F. Van Fleet.
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W. Ansel. R. Wagner, C. Nlangus,
M. Measc, Milrray, Mr. Garmon,
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LEFT ROW-V. House. E. lVliL'l1-
-iel. P. Sampsell, S. Koontz. D.
RIGHT ROW-R. Differ, Brinlvcf
man. C. Varner. L. Springer. ll.
Strawclerman, l. Valentine, G. Twigg.
I. Shafer. D. Willianls.
HER MAIESTY-Betty lane Cox
l. PROCESSIONAL AND CROWNING
MA Y DA Y FESTIVITIES
"The Fiesta" was presented by the Fort
Hill Players in honor ot the May Queen on
May 7 at two o'clock. The pageant stressed
the songs, dances, music, and patriots oi
South America, for a united hemisphere is
determined to blot out those who are seek-
ing to destroy laughter, song, beauty, and
Margaret Statler, Violet Hansrote, Arlene
Chen, Mary lane Edwards, Gladys Kilroy,
and Ioy Wilson were the authors ot "The
Continuity lines were provided by Ruth
Ann Scott, Evangeline Engle, Margaret Stat-
ler, loy Wilson, Mary lane Edwards, and
Mary Iane Ervin-all members of the Fort
Hill Choral Speaking Choir, Betty Shaffer,
Hazel Lee Brooks, Betty Dolan, and Mary
lane McCabe-members of the Fort Hill
Parts ot the pageant as they occured were:
Coronation by Va. Lee VanSant, 1942 Queen
March .,....................,..,......................,................Vt,.... Fort Hill Orchestra
Betty lane Cox-Queen
Ioan Welsh, Katherine Ullery-seniors
Va. Martin, Martha Lee Campbell-juniors
Regina Henley, Vivian Stieby-sophomores
Ioy Lane, Shirley Burke-ninth grade
Ieannine Davis-eighth grade
Dorothy Knippenberg-seventh grade
2. "THIS FREEDOM"-Choral Reading by Field-Fort Hill Speaking Choir
Soloists-Va. Owens, Gladys Kilroy, Evangeline Engle, Dorothy Coleman
Choir-Marie Douglas, Mary lane Ervin, Lois Hanks, Marjorie Dolly, Ruth Ann Scott,
Helen Randall, Ioy Wilson, Arlene Chen, Mary Pfeiffer, Margaret Statler.
3. FLAG-REVUE .,.....,..........,..,........,.....,.,.............,.,.,..............,,,.,,...........v.,..,.,...... Fort Hill Players
Presenting Flags of the Americas:
Brazil ....L.,...........,,..,...,..... Alice Trexler Bolivia ..... ..... A valon Osborne
Columbia .,...., ...... G racine Schade Chile ..,.,,r,,,...... ...,,,......... P earl Deneen
Equador ,i.... ,...... I ean Newberry Costa Rica ..... ...,... E leanor Patterson
Paraguay ....... ..Y.., D orothy Daily Mexico ........ Y.,.. M arietta Mulvey
Uraguay ..........,,i,,......... Phyllis Graham Peru ....,...........,,i.,.,...,.., Eunice Brookley
Venezuela ............Y...,.,... Eleanor Rinker Stars and Stripes ......,..,...... Iames Scott
4. TAMBOURINE DANCE .........,.....,...................V..,,..,.........................,..,....... .,.r...... S enior Girls
Ella Lewis, Dorotha Blaker, lane Hebner, Norma Hamilton
5. "OUR PAN-AMERICAN HEROES" .........................,.V.....................,........,..,.. Fort Hill Players
KA play of students visiting the Pan-American Building in Washingtonl-Ruth Ellen
Dayton, Mary Ellen Payne, Alma Lee Thomas, Iuanita Hinkle, Betty Nicola,
Violet Hansrote, Christine Alderton, Margaret Twigg, Iulia Kilroy
6. TANGO SWING-A Solo Dance ...,.. ....... I acqueline Ringer
7. SHAWL DANCE ...,.V.......A....,.,....,.... .,,..,w.... ,.. . ,7,,w.,w...............A.., W,,,Y.............,....,,...... I unior Girls
Doris Lee Hoffman, Audrey Stemple, Iean Saylor, Shirley Bible
8. "O, PLAY TO ME, GYPSY"-A Vocal Solo .,,,ii,...Y.....,,...,A,i,,.,,,..,.......,..,... Margery Hinkle
9. RHUMBO-A Solo Dance .,.....,..,...........,.............,............................................. Georgia Pickard
10. "HIGH SCHOOL SONG"-Choral Reading by Lindsay Fort Hill Choral Speaking Choir
Soloists-Dorothy Coleman, Marjorie Dolly, Va. Owens, Ruth Ann Scott, Ioy Wilson
11. "SAILOR'S HORNPIPE"-Dance .....,........................................,..,. . ,............... Sophomore Girls
RECESSIONAL AND TABLEAU
The success of the pageant was greatly due to the efforts of an efficient production
staff as follows:
. IMPERSONATION OF CARMEN MIRANDA ................ .........,i...........................,... B ill Foley
Seniors ..... ..... G eorgia PickardHISTORY CONSULTANTS--Mrs. Hilton, Mrs.
Iuniors .......... ............ V a. Martin Russell, Miss Rice
sophomores """""""'AA"A Shirley SGIDPFLAGS-Mr I Arthur Statler
Fort Hill Players ..,. Iacqueline Ringer ' '
COURT COSTUMES-Miss Evelyn Miller DANCE SUPERVISION-Mrs. Resser, Miss
LINE-UP-Miss Veronica Colemen, Mrs. Ada Trigiani
Hughes COSTUMES-Dorothy Brown
STAGE-Charles Kunes, Bill Price, Robert
Price, Iimmy Scott, Harwell Saville, Dean
Smith, Audrey Webb, Stanley Hamilton,
and Mr. Benna
SCHOOL ORCHESTRA-Miss Pearl Garbrick DIRECTOR-MiSS Gerdrdine Pritchard
Iane Hebner, pianop Rosellen Dunlap,
FIRST ROVV-M. Kasccamp. R. Henley. S. Burke. I. Davis. Lane. V, Slrlclwy. ll. Ncxvnumc
SECOND RONVHV. Martin. D, Knippenhurger, M. L. Campbell.
THIRD ROW-K. Ullery. I. VVelsh.
HER MAIESTY-Queen Betty Iane Cox
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SECOND ROVV-H. Brant. R. Goldcn, R. Martin, M. Orndoff. Wilkiiis. R. Baker. E. Lowery. O. Calhoun
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
"At Ease" was the command given by the very capable instructor Mrs.
Reeser and a newcomer, Miss Trigiani. "I-Xttention! Stomachs in, chests out!"
The girls began to realize that total fitness requires individual qualities such
as endurance, good nutrition, strength, coordination, team Work and the will
to Win. This year's Victory Corps organized a new type of physical education
and made a great contribution to the development of pupils at Fort Hill.
"Right Face! Forward March!" As the girls lifted foot after foot in advancing
steps, they began to realize that protection and development are basic
functions of the school. Physical education in the ladies' department has
provided ample and interesting activities stimulating guidance and a study of
all around development. This program aided in bridging the gap between
past and present day conditions of high school activities.
"Squad, halt! About face!" At least twice a week girls gathered in the
gym to achieve new physical requirements. The program was devised so
the individuals could learn a variety of skills such as, marching, calisthenics,
relays, soft ball, rope, jumping rope and bar chinning. New clubs were formed
and old ones reorganized. The girls responded to the call of "physical fit-
ness for Victory." "Right Dress!" and "Front!" These military names became
familiar to the girls and they were all out for gym classes. The lassies marched
from winter right into spring and from indoors to outdoors. Outside activities
were stimulating and the spring air made them eager to respond to the old
familiar calls. The out-of-doors classes provided more room and better
individual chances. Then once again "At Ease!" was the command: each
girl stepped one step to the left in unison. They have learned the funda-
mentals and are looking forward to next year for new and better physical
The year 1942-'43 saw the Fort Hill High School football team come through a very suc-
cessful season. Coach Bill Hahn, who accepted the coaching position at Fort Hill, upon the resig-
nation of Coach Iohn Long, deserves a lot of credit for this accomplishment. He put his heart in
building a strong and powerful team and was rewarded. All members of the team know what an
excellent coach he is.
This year's team compiled one of the best records in the history of Fort Hill High School.
even though both city and C. V. A. L. championships slipped through its fingers on Thanksgiv-
ing day. The team fought through the first seven games without being scored on or tied.
"Skinny" Martin led the team in scoring although a total of thirteen Sentinel backs and
linemen scored a total of 275 points, while holding their opponents to 23.
We had excellent co-captains this year in Fred Davis and Merle Orndoff. Kenny Bridges
was an outstanding kicker and runner while "Skinny" Martin, Chesty Squires, Ioe Monteleone,
"Bubbles" Whiteman and "Obie" Calhoun thrilled the crowds time and time again with sensa-
tional runs. Fred Davis and Gene Gilpin were two otustanding ends excelling in blocking, pass
catching, and defensive work. Merle Orndoff was a spirited leader at center, specializing on the
defense and blocking punts. Wally Troutman, Herman Brant, Dave Miller, Iim Wilkin and Ray-
mond Baker were the outstanding linemen of a hard charging line that yielded only one run-
ning touchdown. ,
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Thomas s.s, ..... 4 8 U Handley .... ...... l Z U
Ridgeley ..............s... ..... 4 7 U Franklin ....... ...... 6 2 U
Berkeley Springs .. .. ..... 54 U Hagerstown .... 6 6
Martinsburg . .......... .,,., 2 7 0 Allegany ..... 6 l7
LaSalle ....... ,,.., l 3 U
FRONT ROW-E. Lowery. D. Whiteman, E. Gilpin, D. Miller, F. Davis. M. Orndoff. H. Brant. K. Bridges, W. Troutman, O. Calh
Martin. I. Monteleone. Wilkins. R. Baker.
SECOND ROW-Coach Hahn. K. Willard, L. Cox, W. Taylor, D. McGill, C. True. W. Menges, R. Lapp. R. Green. R. Golden. D. Ma
Zellner, W. Ansel. W. Squires.
THIRD ROW-W. Iewell, K. Markel. A. O'Neil. H. Golden, W. McBride. P. Sullivan. R. Iohnson. M. LaGratta. R. Shelley, D. Rin
E Seibert. R. Maphis. F. Light. H. Bishop.
FIRST STRING-FRONT ROW-F. Davis, D, Miller, H. Brant, M. Orncloff
Wilkins, W, Troutman. E. Gilpin.
BACK ROW-R. Martin, O. Calhoun, Monteleone, K. Bridges, Coach Hahn,
SECOND STRING-FRONT ROW-D. McGill. D, Marlin, R. Green, C. True
Bakvr, S. Znllner, H, Golden.
BACK ROVV-W. Squircs, W, Ms-ngcs, E, Lowery, D. Whiteman.
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Gasoline and tire rationing plus the ban on pleasure driving contrived to hold Fort
Hi to a mere twenty game schedule but they were games full of fun and excitement.
Thi year's team might well be referred to as q "hot cmd cold" ball club but, despite the
came gh With a good record of twelve games won and eight lost. At times
they were, in modern lingo, "plenty hot" but, at others, far from being
Some of the outstanding games played were those with Davis, La Salle,
with Central and Beall. Although Fort Hill didn't win any titles, the
startling upset in the W. M. I. League race by defeating Beall and Alle-
victories brought about a tie for first place between Allegany and Central.
team had an excellent captain in Wally Troutman. His tireless playing and
helped out in many tight spots. He was a good leader, Well-liked by all
team-mates, scored the second highest number of points, and Was one of the "big
leading the way to a successful season.
The other "big gun" and high scorer Was Fred Davis. Fred used his height to great
both on the offense and defense to roll up a large number of points. "Obie" Cal-
should be cited for his steady playing and his ability to break up many of the other
xfr ij THAT F1-uvrous ALLEGANY GAME
FRONT ROW-O. Calhoun, A. O'Neal, W. Trnul-
man F. Davis. W. Brant, C. Barnes.
BALK ROW-L.oach Hobby Qavanaugh, R. Mc-
Qy C Marr-s, D. McGill, C. Daxy, D. Chase.
D. VVl11u'man. rf. nnwav.
BACK ROW-O'Brien Calhoun, Frm-rl Davis, Wal-
l e Troutman,
FRONT ROVV-Charles Hnrnvs. Carl Nlorrns,
C ach Cavanauqh.
Paw Paw .A,.,,..,.
Davis .,..,.,AA ,,
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ON THE RECORD
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52 17 Bruce ............
43 28 Beall .............
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25 29 Bruce ,,i,.,.,ii,i
22 24 LaSalle ,i7iY,,,i
Mom: ALLEGANY GAME
Allegany .,...,i,e, .
Martinsburg ..,,,,,, .
Central .,.....,..... ,
Allegany e,,,Y,Y,,, .
FIRST ROW-B. Knieriem, R, Maphis,
Ziler, E. Eyler, D. Parker.
SECOND ROW-B. Sneathcn, D. Buser, R,
Frey, VV, McBride, R. Hilleary,
THIRD ROW-L. Hansrotc, P. Eaton, F,
Richards, F, Moss.
THE Pnovmc. GROUND or THE HSENTINELSH
FIRST ROW-R, Turner. N. Sensahaugh, R, Price, R. Groves, Scott, F. Iackson, W. ML'Ken:ie.
SECOND ROW-HMr. Futren, House, D. Iewell, R. Beard. W. Walker, K. lamcs, R. Goshorn, E. Freeland.
THIRD ROW-D. Sensabaugh, D. Chase, D. Mason, Hunter, E. Richards, E. Bailey, W. Goldsborough, I. Manglls, E. Swart
Faylor. R. Cage. P. Cooke, P. Labor. f .
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COMpL1MgN7-5 The Show Place of Cumberland
GRACE M. FISHER THEATRES
D. H. W A T T
Groceries Fresh Meats D A I R Y D I P
713 MARYLAND AVENUE
FRANKLIN L. SPEAR
so PERSHING STREET
Try Our Gicrnt Milk Shakes
216 Decatur Street Cumberland, Md.
Ben Franklin Stores
5 and I0
Extends its best wishes to the
Class of 1943
The W. F. Atwell Co.
5 and IOC STORE
415-25 Virginia Avenue
"THE RELIABLE STORE"
S A M ' S
231 VIRGINIA AVE. SOUTH CUMBERLAND
STATION AND GROCERY
Ki A P L 0 N ' S THE ACME FURNITURE co
YQUNG MgN'5 51-10p FURNITURE THAT PLEASES
73 N. Centre St. Cumberland, Md.
R A N D ' S KEECHS PHARMACY
SELF SERVE 600102 VIRGINIA AVENUE
At the Subway
CUT-RATE DRUG STORE PRE-SCRIPT-IONS
PARTY FAVORS AND CONLON INSURANCE
DECORATIONS Liberty Trust Building Room No. 27
, PHONES 801-472
HILL S TOY We Write Every Form ot Protection
48 to 58 Baltimore Street
Corner River and Virginia Ave.
D. R. Kitzmiller
A. A. ROEDER CO.
Frederick and George Streets
A, M, A C K SCHRIVER'S ONE-STOP
GROCERY Henderson Avenue at Bedford Street
1304 VIRGINIA AVENUE PHONE 1603 817 Mmfland Avenue
The Very Best In Service For Your Car
REYNOLDS 8 MENDENHALL
Cigarettes Cigars Tobacco
9 SOUTH CENTRE STREET
135 S. LIBERTY STREET
We Specialize In Individual Beauty Culture
Phone 2615 Cumberland, Md
Groceries and Meats
117 VIRGINIA AVE. CUMBERLAND, MD.
SEE US FOR GOOD FOOD
A FRIEND A FRIEND
WHEN YOU THINK OP FURNITURE
THINK OF P . t. C
I'lIl lll Om all
MILLENSON'S g P Y
317 Virginia Avenue
25 MODEL ROOMS
THE FINEST DISPLAY IN CUMBERLAND
1 16 FREDERICK STREET
I S New Beauty and
brick design veneer has
long been acclaimed as the
leader in the siding indus-
try. Now, new exclusive
features have been intro-
duced by Inselbric Engi-
neers insuring more effec-
tive insulation and
increased durabil- W,
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model with the A
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1038 MYRTLE STREET
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C.II U for Additi al Informatio
M. D. REINHART
LIBERTY TRUST BLDG. PHONE 1896
The Good Fellowship
214 Virginia Avenue
CHARLES T. HARE, President
MOST FORT HILL STUDENTS
ARE MEMBERS OF THE
Y. M. C. A.
Annual Membership Dues
407 Henderson Avenue
SPECIAL IN PASTRIES
300 Virginia Avenue
BOWL FOR HEALTH
We take pride in offering the citizens of our com-
munity a clean, Wholesome sport for the development of
mind, body, and good fellowship.
The Capital Bowling Parlor
y 508 VIRGINIA AVENUE
TO THE GRADUATES CLASS OF 1943
The S. T. Llttle
B O P P ' S Jewelry Company
H1 I 113 Baltimore Street
WARD N. HAUGER, Manager
PHONE 2582 Iewelry Since 1851
Grflde Pasteurizecl Dairy Products
ARCH ST. 759
ROYALE DAIRY MILK
CLASS RINGS AND EMBLEMS
Clarksburg, W. Va.
701 MARYLAND AVENUE
Telephone 591 Cumberland, Md
Distributors Southern Oxygen and Acetylene
Portable Electric Welding
J. E. DENNISON
30 Ridgeway Terrace
LET'S MEET AND EAT
ll N. Mechanic Street
Acetylene Welding and Cutting
Phone 2767-I DELICATESSEN
122 N. Mechanic St. Cumberland, Md.
THERE'S A DISTINCT DIFFERENCE IN
L i b e 1' t y Mi l k
Even children recognize the delightful difference in Rich, Whole-
Bodied Liberty Milk-MILK IS AS IMPORTANT AS GOOD
HEALTH. ORDER LIBERTY MILK TODAY.
LIBERTY MILK COMPANY
The Oldest Bank ln
Member Federal Reserve System and
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
May we, too, offer our sincere
good wishes to this year's gradu-
ating class, to those who have
gone betoreg and to those who are
to tollowg and to the undoubted
success oi the completion ot the
task that lies before us, the achieve-
ment of everlasting peace.
M c K A I G ' S
For Health and Strength
CLD HOME BUMPER
LEADERS IN THE ART OF BAKING
TO THE CLASS OF 1943:
To you from failing hands we throw the torch:
Be yours to hold it high. If ye break faith with
those who die. We shall not sleep, though poppies
grow in Flanders Field.
ON BALTIMORE STREET FOR NEARLY A CENTURY
A HOMELIKE SETTING! I
There is nothing austere or de-
pressing about our establishments.
They are like your own home, with
a friendly, comfortable simplicity
that makes everyone feel at ease.
IN TIME OF NEED
Sears Gets You Ready For Fun
Our Sporting Goods Department makes your
favorite sport easy to follow with its large
selection of merchandise and
We Have What You Want for:
0 Boating 0 Archery
O Bicyling O Tennis
O Fishing O Baseball
0 Hunting O Football
0 Swimming 0 Basketball
0 Badminton 0 Croquet
And Every Other Sport
S E A R S,
ROEBUCK Sz CO.
230 Baltimore Ave. 23 E. Main Street 179 Baltimore Street
CUMBERLAND, MD. FRosTBuRG, MD. CUMBERLAND MARYLAND
Fort Hill students enjoy MARTIN'S
HOT DOGS because they are skinless and
delicious and wholesome and as American
as the 4th of Iuly!
Have you had any lately?
GEO. W. MARTIN
417-421 MARYLAND AVENUE
THE CURTAIN SHOP
CUMBERLAND'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE
Curtains, Draperies and
41 N. Mechanic Street
Western Maryland's Leading
Evelyn Barton Brown
'iClothes of Distinction"
ll N. Liberty Street
CLASS OF 1943
ll S. CENTER STREET
Liberty Trust Bldg.
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PHGNE 310 SOUTH
QUEEN CITY DAIRY, INC.
536 N. CENTRE STREET
158 N. CENTRE STREET
74 PERSHING STREET
Qhe Cljerpetual Care
W. R. RICE GROCERY
FRESH MEATS AND
Phone 1913 106 Oldtown Road
We Extend Our Sin cere st
And the Typing Department
For the Aid They Gave
Us In Preparing
AND OLLIER AGAIN"
Repeated accepfance by discriminating Year
Book Boards has inspired and sustained ihe
John 8. Ollier slogan that gathers increas-
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IAHN AND CLLIER ENGRAVING COMPANY
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