Fort Hill High School - Sabre Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)
- Class of 1949
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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
Sfffxifld: Miss Y. Hudson, Miss O. R011-liiscri, Mrs.C',Hf1si, Miss PM-f'.:i1y.
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MUSIC, ART, AND LANGUAGES
Svuteui: Mxss M. Hive, M155 A. FOIA, M1s. H, Allcxmonq,
Standing: Mr. H. P, Price, Mr. C. Rituhie.
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Top Picture: Mr. I. Ccrvcmczuqh, Mrs. L. Resser, Mrs. H. P. Snyder, Mr. W. Hahn,
Boliem Views seen by the Sabre ot the Merfs Faculty Dinner held on December 13, 1948.
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"Faith is the root of all good works." With this as our motto, the Senior Class of l949
meets the challenges of the world we will soon enter. Although we have reached the point
where we are anxiously anticipating the future, we find great pleasure in stopping for a
moment to reniinisre.
Remember how awed we were when we first entered Fort Hill? Frankly, we were quite
lost, but now, how changed it is. Then, we were shy, widereyed youngsters. Now, we are con-
fident and poised to meet the challenges of life.
This, our senior year, has been a memorable one. First, our class officers were selected.
With Carl Thompson, president, Leo Smith, vice president, Dorothy Triplett, secretary, Royce
Hendrickson as treasurer, Miss Geraldine Pritchard, social adviser, Mr. Carl Ritchie, business
adviser, and Mr. Leon Klompus, Mr. lames Engle, and Mr. Wade Kipp, Sabre advisers, how
could our class help but be successful?
ln athletics, our teams won as many laurels and broke as many records as any other
Fort Hill class.
ln the annual play tournament, the Seniors presented the dramatic Hlacob Comes Home."
Although we did not win the contest, we are proud of our performance and congratulate those
who participated for doing a grand job, especially lack Cessna, our student director.
Another dramatic success, the three act play, "Une Foot in Heaven," was presented on
April 8. The play, directed by Miss Pritchard, was a delightful comedy dealing with the trials
and tribulations of The Reverend Mr. William Spence in trying to unite his guarrelling, narrow-
minded parishoners into a congenial congregation. Happily, he met with success and so did
On tune 3, the Senior Prom was held. The theme in the blue oi evening- created a
dreamy, enchanting atmosphere and the music was just right.
Finally on lune 9, we received those precious diplomas, and although we look back on
our years at Fort Hill with happiness, we are looking forward to our future with hope.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Loo Smith, Vivo-president, Royce Hendrickson, Tieasuiwr, Dorothy Tiiplett, SL'-vrctary,
Carl Thompson, President.
Adams. Palmer Earl Vocational
Football 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4.
Alderton. Reber lohn General
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Track l, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Allen, Rhoda Alice Commercial
Library Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l, 2,
35 Prom Committee 3.
Atkinson, Nadeane Academic
Sentinel Staff 2, 35 Associate Editor
45 Sabre Staff 35 Advertising Editor
45 Tri'Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Fort Hill Players
Auxiliary 3, 45 National Thespians 3.
45 "Dear Ruth" 35 "Our Hearts Were
Younq and Gay" 45 lunior Farewell
Assembly 35 Math Assembly 1, Z, 35
National Honor Society 45 "One Foot
in Heaven" 4.
Baker. Darrell H. Academic
Ushers 2, 35 Proiection Staff Z, 35
Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 A Cappella
Choir 3, 45 Boys' Hi-Y 3, 45 Color
Guard 45 Math Assembly Z.
Blamble. Mary Helen Virginia
Senior High English Bulletin Head
Typist 45 Assistant Bookroom Mana-
qer 45 Mimeoqraph Staff 3, 45 Ushers
Club 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35
Department Typist 45 Girls' Glee Club
Z, 35 lunior Glee Club 15 Magazine
Alderton, Iames Weathinq Academic
Draiiiatit' Club l, 25 Danvinq Club l,
25 Proiecticn Crow5 Fort Hill Player
Auxiliary 3, 45 Boys' Gleo Club l, Z,
3, 45 A Cappella Chair l, 2, 3, 4.
Alderton. William Howard Vocational
Tra 'lc 2, 3. 4.
Arnold. Richard Leroy General
Ault, Catherine Iuanita Vocational
library Club 2, 3, 45 Gloo Club l, 25
llliarrtativs l5 Tuniblinq l5 lunioi Fare-
well Assembly 35 Souial Dancing l.
Birmingham, William Francis
Baseball l, Z, 3, 45 Boys' Hi-Y 3, 45
Chaplain 45 Dramatirs Club l5 Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
Blackln, LeRoy Anthoney General
Safety Club l5 Secretary 25 Projection
Crew 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 3, 4.
Bolyard. Iames Wesley General
"Oro Foot in Heaven" 4.
Bosley. Allan Lindy General
Brant. Constance Commercial
Ulm- Vltili I, 2, Student Council l:
liinitwi Farvwoll Assembly 3.
Brant. Dorothy Louise Commercial
Girls' Glu l'lt1lw l, 27 Social Danv-
Brant. Mary Io Commercial
Ushers Ll. 45 Lilirary Club 3, 45 So-
vlo' Danvinfi lg Production Typist 4.
Bratt. Arthur William Academic
Spanish 2, 35 Basketball 3, 4.
Bolyard. Roland LeRoy General
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4.
Boyd. Virginia Belle Commercial
Iunior Glee Club lg Croquet Club 2.
Brant. Delores Ann General
Social Dancing l.
Brant. Kenneth Vocational
Track 2, 3.
Brant. Hose Billie Commercial
lunior Red Cross Club ly Production
Editor English Bulleting Department
Typist 47 Girls' Glee Club lg Social
Dancing lp National Honor Society 4.
Brinkman. Dorothy lean Academic
A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3. 45 Girls'
Glee Club 2, 3, Fort Hill Players 3.
45 Choral Speaking Choir 2, 3, Thes'
pian 3, President 4, "lanuary Thaw"
2, "Our Hearts Were Young and
Gay" 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Iunior Farewell
Assembly 31 National Honor Society
4, "One Foot in Heaven" 4.
Brookley. Charles Edward Academic
Band l, Z, President 3, 45 All State
Band 35 Orchestra l, 45 lunior Fare-
well Assembly 3.
Brown. Doris Ann Commercial
Girls' League l5 lunior Tri-Hi-Y, Chap-
lain Z5 Fort Hill Players 3, 45 Cheer-
leader 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 35
Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Department
Typists 45 lunior Farewell Assembly5
Student Director 35 Prom Committee,
Buiac, Charles Commercial
Stage Crew 3, Manager 45 Social
Dancing l, 25 Fort Hill Players, Vice
President 45 May Day Assembly l, 2.
Burke. Glendon Raymond Academic
Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2.
3, 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 National
Honor Society 45 Class Treasurer 25
Boys' Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 35 President
45 Track l5 Boys' Glee Club 25 A Cap'
pella Choir Z5 Hi'Y Council 3, 4.
Cage. Ida Mae Commercial
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 45 Pro-
duction Typist 45 Basketball 3, 45 lun-
ior Farewell Assembly 35 Mimec-
graph Crew 35 lunior Tri-Hi-Y 25
Monitors l, 2, 35 Bowling Club 3, 45
Tumbling Club l5 Girls' League lp
Secretary Student Council 35 Softball
l, 2, 3, 45 Decoration for Junior Prom
Campbell, Dorothy Academic
Basketball 3, Manager 45 Softball
2, 35 she withdrew from Fort Hill and
is completing her senior year at Bruce
High School, Westernport.
Brown, Betty Virginia Vocational
Glee Club l,
Browne. Bessie Irene Academic
National Honor Society 45 Tri-HiAY 3,
45 Sentinel Staff 2, 3, 45 lr, Tri'Hi-Y l5
Library Club l.
Burch. Esther Lowella Commercial
Monitors l, 2, 35 Library fl, 35 Bowl-
ing 2, 3, 45 Softball 25 Basketball 35
Social Dancing lg Foreign Language
Burner. Shirley leane Academic
Valley Ball Team 2, 3, 45 Bowling
Club 2, 35 Secretary 45 Iunicr Fare-
well Assembly 35 Motion Picture
Cage. Shirley Eileen Commercial
Twirling Club l, 25 Majoretto 3, 45
Moritors 2, 3, 45 Sentinel Represen-
Carder. Barbara Ann Academic
Glee Club l, 2, 35 Dramatic Club l,
25 "Ono Foct in Heaven" 45 "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay" 45
Verse Speakina Choir 3, 45 Thes-
pians 3, 45 Fort Hill Players 3, 45
Play Tournament 3.
Carns, Don C. Academic
Cessna. lohn Calvin General
Play Tournament 2, 35 Director 45
Boys' Hi-Y 45 Fort Hill Players 45
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 3: Sen-
tinel Representatives 45 National
Thespians. Treasurer 3, 45 "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay" 45
library Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 3.
Clark, Lucy Iean Commercial
Drainattu Club l, 25 Ushers Club 2, 3,
4, Head Ushers 45 Mimeoqraph Stall
3, 45 Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45
A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Student Coun-
vil, Secretary oi lndustry 45 Junior
Farewell Assembly 35 Co-Editor Enq-
lish Bulletin 45 Department Typist 45
Sabre Typist 45 National Honor So-
Collins. Merle Ray Vocational
Nico Personality cmd Good Natured,
Corbin, Frederick Thomas General
Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 35
Track 3, 4.
Courtney. Royce Milton General
Band l, Z. 3, 45 Orchestra l, 25 Track.
Castleman, Dorothy Ann Commercial
Library Club 2, 3, 45 Student Coun-
Charlton. Roy Thomas General
Clinqerman. Betty Jane Academic
lunior Tri-1-li-Y 25 Glee Club l, 2, 35
Secretary 35 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45
Secretary 45 Ushers Club 2, 35 Secre-
tary 25 Sabre 3, 45 Co-Literary Editor
45 lunior Farewell Assembly 35 "Hi
There Sentinel" 3, 45 Co-Editor 45 Fort
Hill Players Auxiliary 45 Secretary 45
Student Council 35 National Honor
Society 45 "One Foot in Heaven" 45
"Iacob Comes Home" 4.
Conway. Oleta Mae Commercial
Girls League lp Junior Tri-Hi-Y 25
Mimeoqraph Stall 35 Basketball 3, 45
Bowling 3, 45 Softball l, 2, 3, 45 May
Queen Attendant 2. 3, 45 lunior Fare-
well Assembly 35 Social Dancing l5
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 45 Prom
Couqhenour, Charles S. General
Projection Crew l,
Cover, Leroy P. Academic
Track l, 2. 3, 4. v ,
Davie. Gladys Louella Vocational
"pimpin" Davis. Larry Ellis Vocational
Library Club 3. 4. Moniwrs 3' 4. BGS, Good Sense ot Humor, Well Liked.
Davis. Ronald Leroy Vocational
Day, Calvin lohnle Vocational
Dlclren. Robert Samuel General
Basketball 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Student
Duckworth. Bolle Commercial
Girls Glee Club l, 2, Dramatic Club
3: Record Club l.
Eckard. Iamee Donald Commercial
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4,
All-city 3, Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4, Monitors
1, Satety Club l, National Honor So-
ciety 4, Football Manaqer l, 2.
Day. Allyn Edward Commercial
Sabre 4, Sentinel 4,
Del'laven, Donald Edwood Academic
Basketball 3, Manager 4, Future
Farmers oi America 1, 2, 3, 4.
Diclren. Werner Frank General
Student Council 1, Math Club 1, So-
cial Dancinq lg Preview "Our Hearts
Were Younq and Gay."
Earle. Kenneth Harlen Academic
Spanish Club 2, 3, Drattinq 2, 3, 4.
Emerick. Dorothy Helen Vocational
Library Club 3, 4, Monitors 4.
EYle" Charles R- Geneml Findlay. Iohn Edward Academic
"Bob" Ushers l, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45
Band l, 2, 3. A Cappella Choir 3, 4.
Fox, Iacquellne Doris Academic
,. . ., Freeland, Dorothy Louise Academic
Dramatic: Club President l, 25 Ir.
Farewell Assembly Stati 35 Spanish
Assembly 35 lr, TrieHi-Y 25 Fort Hill
Players 3, 45 Verse Speaking Choir
35 National Honor Society 45 "Dear
Ruth" publicity 35 "Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay5" General Manager
45 Trl-Hi-Y 4.
Furlow, Thomas Kermit Academic
Library Club l, 2, 3, 45 Fort Hill
Players 3, 45 Verse Speaking Choir 25
Boys Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Student
Council l, 2, 3, 45 Public Relations
Officers 25 Boys Hi-Y 45 National
Honor Society 3, 45 "Our Hearts Were
Young and Gay."
Gordon, Iessie Elaise Vocational
Library Club 2, 35 President 45 Mon-
itor 45 National Honor Society 4.
Growden. Doris Belle Commercial
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,"
Preview, co-director 45 "One Foot in
Heaven" Preview 45 Department
Typists 45 Sentinel Typists 45 Sabre
Typists 45 Fort Hill Players Auxil-
iary 45 Mimeograph Crew 3, 45 lr.
Farewell Assembly 35 Monitors 2, 35
Social Dancing, Secretary l5 Twirling
Haines, Russell Edward Commercial
Monitors l5 Sabre Typists 4.
lr. Tri-Hi-Y l, President 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3,
45 Dramatic Club 25 Glee Club 2,
Vice-President 35 Preziclent 45 A Cap-
pella Choir 2, 3, 45 Bowling Club 3,
President 45 lr. Farewell Assembly 35
Ir. Glee Club ly Girls Sextet 4.
Gambina. Philip General
Grant, Gary Richard Commercial
Haines. Betty lane Commercial
Fort Hill Players 35 Typist 45 Choral
Speaking 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Social
Dancing I5 Student Council 35 lr.
Farewell Assembly 3.
Harris, George Vocational
Hartman, Virginia General
Crorhet Club ly Short, liodliairod,
Headley. Edna Mae Vocational
Social Dani-ina l7 Quint,
Hendrickson. Royce Bradley Academic
A Caiipolla Choir 2, 37 Boys Glee
Club 2, 3, 47 Monitors l, 27 Ushers
Club 37 lunior Farewvll Assembly 37
Smiirmr Class Troasur-'-r 4.
Hilleqas. Glenn Lewis General
Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3,47 A Cappella
Choir 2, 3, 47 Baseball 3, 47 Fort Hill
Players Auxiliary 47 "Our Hearts
Wore Youna and Gay" 47 Student
Hoqqard. Thomas Vernon Academic
Baskntball 3, 47 Basc-liall 3, 4.
Hovatler, Evelyn Louise Academic
Ushers Club 2, Dramatic Club 25
Sabre Stalt 3, 47 Assistant Business
Manager 47 Student Council 37 A
Cappalla Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club
l, 2, 37 Library Club 27 National
Honor Society 47 Senior Class Play,
Hausman. Theodore Frank General
Drariiatiu Club lg Class Prvsrdvnt 2.
Heavner. Harold Albert Vocational
Football 27 Travlc 3, 4.
Hicks. Norma Lee Academic
Ushers Club 2, 3, 47 Choral Speak-
rnq Choir 47 Girls Cilvo Club 2, 3,
47 Student Counc-il 47 National Honor
Society 3, 47 Fort Hill Players Auxil
rary 47 Iunior Tri-H1-Y 2: Sabre Pub
licfity Stall 37 Sabre Lrtr-rary Stall 47
"One Foot in Hr-avenw 4,
Hobel. Marie Etta Academic
Dramatic Club lg lr. Tri-HiY l, 27
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 37 Sortini-l 37 News
Editor 47 Sabre 3, 47 Tort Hill Play
ers Auxiliary 45 National Honor So-
Holliday, lack Emory General
Satety Club lg Vivo Pri-srdent 27 FFA
l, Vice President 2, 37 Tri-fasurer 4.
Howdyshell. Marian Lucille Commercial
lr. Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer 27 lunior Glee
Club l, 27 Social Danrinq l.
Hoyle. Shirley Ieanette Commercial
Glee Club, Secretary l5 Girl's Glee
Club 25 Student Council 25 Usher's
Club Z, 35 Basketball 45 Prom Decor-
ation Committee 3.
lack. Charles Raymond Vocational
Track 15 Nice Personality. Friendly
lohnson, Kenneth Leroy Vocational
Hunting Club lj Good sense of
Karns. George Conrad Vocational
Good sense of humor. Always has
something to say.
Kimmell, Rosalee Alberta Commercial
Preview, "Our Hearts Were Yourq
and Gay" 45 May Queen Attendant
45 "One Foot in Heaven" 45 National
Thespian 45 lr. Farewell Assembly 35
Sabre Typist 45 Fort Hill Players Aux-
iliary 45 Fort Hill Players 35 Depart-
ment Typist 45 Production 3, 45 Choral
Speakina 35 Social Dancinq l5 Glee
Club l, 25 Prom Coiriiiiittee 3.
Kline. Shirley Evelyn Academic
Library Club 3, 45 Volleyball Team 2,
3, 45 Bowlinq League 45 National
Honor Society 4.
Iser. Ethel Mae Commercial
Nice Personality, Tall and slender.
Iohnson. Donald Frederick General
F. F. A.5 Good sense of humor.
Kaboskey. Thomas Louis Academic
U-hers 2, 35 Treasurer 45 Hi-Y 3, 45
Student Council 25 VicefPresident 35
President 45 Sabre 3, 45 National
Honor Society 4.
Kilroy. Ioanne Academic
National Honor Society 45 National
Tliespians 4. lr. Trivl-li-Y l, 25 Sr.
Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 35 Fort Hill Play-
ers 35 Treasurer 45 Choral Speakinq
3, 45 Ir. Farewell Assembly 35 Director
lr, Play 45 Tournament Director 45
lr. High Play Tournament 45 "Dear
Ruth" Production 45 "Our Hearts
Were Younq and Gay" Production 45
Ushers l, 2, 35 Assistant Head Usher
35 National Thespiaifs 45 National
Honor Society 3, 4.
Kirby. Geraldine Ann Commercial
Glee Club 25 Social Dancing lj Bas-
ketball 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Library
Club5 Dramatic Club l.
Lattimer. Charles Edward General
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi'Y 2, 3, 4.
Lechliter. Virginia Louise Academic
Lease, Betty lean Commercial -13001377
Llbrcllf Club 2' 3' 4? GMS Glee Club Dramatics Club lg Library Club 2, 3,
11 Hlkmq Club lv 4, Ushers Club 3, 47 Fm H111 muy.-is
47 Choral Speaking 4.
Lewis. Maxine Virginia Commercial
Hmackieu Liqht. William E. Commercial
Red Cross Club l7 Mimeograph Stall ..willie..
37 Social Dancing lg Dramatic Club
l7 Department Typist 3, 47 Student Smile Crew 3' 47
Council l7 C-iirls Cvlee Club 17 Produc-
tion Creiw 3, 4.
Linn, Ann Commercial
"l Speak For Democracy" Contest
Fort Hill Winner 47 Verse Speaking
47 Best Actress Award 37 Department
Typist 47 lunior Farewell Assembly Liter' lohn we'l?Y H General
47 Mimeograph Staff 3, 47 A Cap- Ferd
pella Choir 3, 27 C-lee Club l, 2, 37
Cheerleader 3, 47 "Our Hearts Were
Young and Cray" 47 May Day As-
sembly 37 Play Tournament 3, 47
Iunior Tri-HieY 27 Stage Crew 27
Dramatic Club l.
Long. Gary Duane General
Orchestra 1, 27 Projection Crew 2, 3,
47 Student Council Z, 3.
Mackereth, Lee Eldridqe General
Maphis. David Eugene Commercial
Bachelor Club l7 Boys Glee Club 2,
3, 47 A Cappella Choir 3, 4.
Student Council lg Spanish Assembly
2, 37 Ir. Farewell Assembly 3.
Luttrell. Marvin Lowden General
Football l, 2, 3, 47 Track 3, 47 A Cap-
pella Choir ly "One Foot in Heav-
Malsberry. Carolyn Sue Academic
Highlights Writer 47 National Honor
Society 47 Fort Hill Players Auxiliary
47 Sabre 3. 47 Sentiriel 2, 37 Tri-Hi-Y
3, 47 Ir. Tri-Hi-Y l, Z7 Drarnatius
Maravia, Ella Margaret Commercial
Tribl-li-Y 4: May Day Program 37 Sabre
3, 47 Glee Club 3, 47 A Cappella Choir
3, 47 Iunicr Farewell Assembly 37
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 47 Fort Hill
Players 37 Verse Speaking Choir 37
Student Council l7 Dramatic Club
Mason. Eugene Claude Academic
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Boys lli-Y 3, 45 Hi-Y Treasurer 45
Class Treasurer 3.
Matlick. lanet Carol Academic
National Tliespians 35 Secretary 45
Satire 3, 45 Creative Bulletin, Col
Editor 45 "Une Foot in Heaven" 45
National Honor Scciety 45 Sentinel 3.
45 Senior Play Tournament 3, 45 Ir.
Matheny. Barbara lean Academic
National Thespians 45 "Our Hearts
Were Younq and Gay" 45 Senior
Hiqli Play Tournament 3, 45 Salore
Stait 3, 45 Sentinel 3, Girls Sports Ed-
itor 25 Exchange Editor 4. Choral
Speaking 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Fort Hill
Players Auxiliary 45 Fort Hill Play-
ers 35 lurior Hiqh Play Tournament,
Assistant Directcr 35 Tri-Hi'Y 3, Pres-
ident 4, Council 45 Iunior Farewell
Assembly 35 lunior TrifHiY l, 25
Council Secretary 25 Dramatic Club
Hiqli Tournament Director 35 Fort Hill lVldtliClL RiCl'1d1'd Kelly. ACGdemlC
PNYHS 37 F014 Hill PIUYGVS AUXlllUYY National Honor Society 45 Football 2.
45 May Day Assembly 3, 45 "Dear
Ruth" 35 Verse Speaking Choir 3, 4:
Trielli Y Treasurer 35 Secretary 45
lnteifstate Tri5Hi'Y Council 45 "Our
Hearts Were Youna and Gay" 4.
McEllish, Betty lean Commercial
lVlcDonald.Ioseph E.Broadus Academic unelsu
National Honor Society 4. C1199 ClUlJ li 22 FOTOWU l-UUQUGQQ
Club l. '
McEllish. Wendel George General Mcxemle' Charles LUTTY Gelleffll
Saiety Club l5 Band 45 Athletic Club Foolbflll lf 21 3- 4? Twfk lt 2i 3' 45
1, "Que FOO! in Heaven" 44 National Honor Society 4.
Miles. William Lee Vocational Miller, Billy Kenneth Academic
SIGLW Crew 4. "One Foot in Heaven" 4,
Miller. Iohn Edward Academic
Monitors l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council
45 Director of Traffic 45 Iungor Fare-
well Assembly 35 A Cappella Choir
M ller. lvan Leroy Academic 3, 45 BOYS' Glee Club 2. 3, 47 All MGYY'
Boys Hi-Y 45 Library Club 3, 45 Math-
ematics Club lg Track l.
land Chorus 45 Hi There Sentinel,
Reporter 45 National Honor Society 45
Future Farmers of America, Secretary
l, 2, 35 Executive Board 45 County
Delegate to National FFA Convention
45 lst County corn judqiriq contest 35
2nd County corn showing prize 3, 4.
Miller, Mary Alice Commercial
Miller, Robert Olin General
Volle-y Ball 2. 4, Captain 3, Basket-
lwall 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Cwlee
Club 2, Dramativs Club 1, Tumblinq
Club l, Bowlinq Club 3, Twirlinq l, Z.
Football l, 2, 3, Humorous. In Service.
Quiet at times. Friendly smile, Gets
aloziq well with poeple,
Miner, Geneva Eleanor Commercial Minka' Shirley Ann Commercial
Production Typists 41 Library Club 3, Shlfl
4, Mimeoqraph Crew 3. Library Club 2, 3, Dancing Club lp
Pal with Thelma. Blonde Hair.
Morris, Iames Edward General Mumpe,-I william G, General
lf' Fclfwoll AS59ml5lY 32 Slffflc Crew Glee Club lg Seneca 4, "One Foot in
3' 47 one FOO' in Hwvvr: COVUEYI Heaven", Nice Grin. Characteristic
Friendly, Gcoty arin. Chuckie,
MUIIGY. DODHU lGC!h Commercial Nee. Shirley Lee Commercial
A C'-7l3'P0llG Cl1OiY 2' 3, 45 Girls Glee Office Aide 3, Commercial Club 2,
Cllllll li 2, 3: Mimeoflff-Wh 35 Pf0dUC- 3, Mixed Chorus 2, Tall, Pleasant,
tion Typists 4, May Day Program 3, Cggpgrqfivgr
Sott Ball 3. 4.
Nicholson. lean Commercial
Nethlzen, Frank Kermit Academic , lc ,,
4 V Student Council Rep. l, 2, Dear
Likes Basketball. Quiet. Sandy Hair. Rumi' 34 Fort Hill Players 4, Prevue
l0OI'ft'Gt1VP' "Dear Ruth", Bowling 4, Glee Club
l, Library 3.
Nixon' Iames LHOY Academic Owens, Cloyd O'Donald Academic
Ushers lg Library Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Sentinel Representative 3, Prevue
School Bowling League, Friendly,
I Likes to bowl, Cooperative, Congen-
"One Foot in Heaveny' Friendly. ml!
Payne, Norma Lois Commercial
Fort Hill Players 37 Fort Hill Players
Auxiliary 47 Sabre Typist 47 De-
partment Typist 47 Choral Speaking
Choir 37 Iunior Farewell Assembly
37 May Day Proqram 37 Mimeo'
graph Crew 37 Prom Committee 3j
Social Dancing l,
Peterson, lack Edward Vocational
Popp, Margaret Emily Academic
Tri-Hi-Y Z, 47 Sabre Assistant Editor
47 Glee Club 2, 3, 47 National Honor
Society 47 lunior Farewell Assembly
37 "One Foot ln Heaven" 4,
Radcliile. Karyln Academic
National Honor Society 47 Sabre 3,
Classes Editor 47 Iunior Farewell As-
sembly 37 "Our Hearts Were Young
and Gay" 47 Sentinel 2, 3, Editor-in
Chief 47 Fort Hill Players Auxiliary
3, 47 Dramatics l, 27 Iunior Tri-Hi-Y
l, 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4.
Rankin. Eugene Vocational
National Honor Society 4.
Reynolds, Wonn Academic
Fcotball 2, 3, 47 Track 37 Ushers Z7
Iunior Class President 37 Astronomy
Club 17 National Honor Society 4.
Payne, Riley Briscoe, Ir. General
Track l, 27 Student Council l.
Piper. Barbara lean Commercial
Ushers Club 4.
Price, Charles William General
Raines, Dorthalee Vocational
A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 47 Glee-
Club l, 2, 3, 47 Sentinel Representa-
tive 27 Home Economics Club l, 27
Iunior Farewell Assembly 37 Mary-
land State Chorus 47 National Honor
Reed, Ioseph F General
Rice. Alma Catherine Academic
Social Dancing Club, President l7
Library Club 47 Natioral Honor Sa
Rice, Willard Vocational
Ready smile for everycnc-5 Coopera-
tive and courteous.
Riqqleman. Shirley Commercial
National Honor Society 45 "One Foal
in Heaven" 45 lvlimeoaraph Staff 3,
45 Basketball 35 Bowling 35 Valley
Ball 25 Dramatics l.
Riley, Iames William Vocational
Boys Glen Club 45 Bachelor Club l5
Visliina flub 25 Student Council 2.
Ryan. Floyd Nelson Academic
Track l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Vice Pres,
id' nt 45 lunior Farewell Assembly 35
'Ore Font in Heaven" 4,
Schramm, Phyllis Ioann General
Yoit Hill Players 45 Choral Speaking
Cliriii 45 Fmt Hill Players Auxiliary
35 Glvv Clint' l, 2, 3, 45 Sophomore
Play 'l'ouinamc-nt 25 Dramatic Club
Shlpe, Kenneth Vocational
Richard, Ioseph William Academic
Riley. Frank Gordon Academic
lunior Farewell Assembly 35 National
Honor Society 45 Math Assembly 3.
Robinette, Stella Virginia Commercial
Library Club lp Mimeoqraph Staff 3,
45 Dancirq Club lg Sabre Staff 45
Department Typist 4.
Ryan. Mildred Vivian Academic
Student Council l: Library Club 2,
35 Glee Club 35 A Cappella Choir 3,
45 Sabre 35 Sabre Business Manaaer
45 Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 4,
Shaffer. Virginia Elizabeth Academic
Sabre Staff 45 lunior Choral Speak-
inq Choir l5 Library Club l. 2.
Shirey, Margaret lo Ann Commercial
Sabre Stall 35 Eclitor-in-Chief 45 May
Queen Attendant 2, 35 May Queen 45
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 45 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Production Typist
45 "One Foot in Heaven" 45 Preview
Director, "Our Hearts Were Younq
And Gay" 45 luninr Farewell As-
sembly 3: Sophomore Play Tourna-
ment 25 Dramatic Club 25 Cresaptown
lr. High School- "Crescent" Business
Manaaer l5 Dartcinq Club l5 Glec
Shore. Carlton Ardven Academic
Basketball 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4.
Simms. Vauda Lee Academic
Library Club l. 2, Ir. Choral Speak-
ing: Student Councilg Secretary Social
Smith, Lester Leo Academic
Band 4, Vice President 4, Ir. Faro-
well Assembly 35 Boys HifY 4.
Smith. Richard H. General
Springer. Richard Owen General
Sentinel 2, 3, 4g Sabre 3, 45 Athletic
Steen. Joseph George Academic
Library Club 3, 4: lunior Farewell
Assembly 35 Hiking Club l.
Shumaker, Charlotte Ieanette
Ir. Tri-Hi-Y ly Social Darving lg Fort
Hill Players 3, Choral Speaking 3.
Smith. Alan Dewan. Vocational
Band 4, Pleasing Smile.
Smith, Melvin Herber Vocational
Social Dancing l.
Snider. Iames R. Vocational
Stallord. Iohn Vocational
Glee Club l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir
Stevenson, George William
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Vivo President
lunior Class 3: Fishing Club l.
Stotler. Virginia Lee Commercial
Stevenson, Robert Williams General 'Ginny'-
Hnobu lunior Glee Cluln l7 Red Cross Club I7
Blond Hair. Friendly. Social Dancinq 37 Mimeoqraph Crew
3: Department Typist 4.
Stump. Betty Ann Commercial
Sh-jeby, Eugene Alva Vocational Fort Hill Players 37 Fort Hill Players
Hleep-1 Auxiliary 45 National Thespians 47
Staqe Crew 2, 37 Glee Club 47 Fort
Hill Players 47 "Our Hearts Were
Younq and Gay" 4.
Sweitzer. Donald Leon Vocational
Sincere. Cooperative. Courteous.
Tasker. Priscilla Ann Academic
Tri-Hi-Y Vice-President 3 747 Sentinel
2, 3, Feature Editor 47 Sabre 37 Senior
Class Editor 47 Fort Hill Players Aux-
iliary 45 Cheerleader 47 "One Foot
in Heaven" 47 lunior Farewell As-
sornlwly 37 Social Dancing l7 Drama-
tit' Club 3.
Taylor. Elva lean Academic
National Honor Society 47 National
Tliespians 47 Trl-Hi-Y 3 ,4: Sentinel 3,
47 Sabre 3, 47 "Our Hearts Were
Youra and Gay" 47 "Dear Ruth"
statt 47 Fort Hill Players 35 Fort Hill
Players Auxiliary 47 Verse Speakina
35 Spotliaht Staff 37 Valley Ball 2, 35
lunior Farewell Assembly 37 lunior
Tri-Hi-Y l, 2.
Thompson, Carl Palena Commercial
Senior Play Tournament 47 Fort Hill
Players Auxiliary 47 Senior Class
Pregident7 Student Council Treasurer
37 Vice-President lunior Class7 Iunior
Farewell A s s e m in I yi lunior Play
Tournament A Cappella Choir l, 2,
3, 47 Boys Glee Club l, 2, 3, 47 Vice
Presidert Sophomore Class7 Monitors
27 Football Team Manager l.
Department Typist 47 Sabre Typist 47
Sentinel Typist 47 May Day Pro-
aram 37 Farewell Assembly 35 Pre-
view "Our Hearts Were Younq and
Gay"7 Choral Speakinq 37 Social
Dancing lg Student Council 1.
Sybold. Othella Vadine Vocational
Sovial Dancina l.
Taylor. Alma Louise Academic
National Honor Society 47 Verse
Speaking Choir 3, 47 Fort Hill Play-
ers 3, President 47 lunior Tri-Hi-Y l,
Z5 Ushers 45 TitHiY 3, 4.
Thomas. Betty Lou General
Social Danrinq I7 Tri-Hi-Y 37 Dra-
matic Clulw 25 Student Counvil.
Thompson, Clarence Fay General
Boys Glee Club 2. 3, 47 A Fapiiellci
Choir l, 2, 3, Vine Preqitlr'-nt 47 lurior
Farewell Assemlwly 3.
Twiqq. Richard Ford Academic
Tipton, Marilyn Mae Academic
A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Glee Club
2, 3, 45 Ushers 3, 45 National Honor
Society 3, 4.
Triplett, Dorothy Elizabeth Commercial
National Honor Sorrioty 45 May Queen
Attendant l5 Preview, "Our Hearts
Wore Younq and Gay" 45 Class Sec-
retary 3, 45 Sabre Typist 45 Sentinel
Typist 45 Fcrt Hill Players Auxiliary
45 Preview, "One Foot in Heaven"
Publicity tor "One Foot in Heaven"
45 Dopartiiient Typist 45 Fort Hill
Plays-rs 35 Choral Speakinq Choir 35
lunior Farewell Assembly 35 Monitors
l, Z, 3, President 35 May Day Pro-
riraiii ily Prom Committee 35 Girls
l.u-iiriio I5 Twirlinq Club l.
Trussell, Mary Norma Commercial
Lilvrary Club 3, 45 Mimeoqraph Staff
35 Pleasant personality, witty, and
Twiqg, Betty Caroline Vocational
Friendly and helptul to all hunqry
Twiqg. Emma lean Academic
National Honor Soviety 45 Verse
Speaking Choir 3, 4, President 45 Fort
Hill Players 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Na-
tional Thespians 3, 45 Sabre Staff 45
Tri-lli-Y 3, 45 lunior Farewell As-
sembly 35 Stiiolont Council 25 lr. Tri-
Hi'Y 25 May Day Assembly 35 Moni-
tors l, 25 Tumbling Club l5 Glee
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Sentinel Staff 25
Sabre Statt 35 Friendly and witty.
Tribut, Carl August General
Football l, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary Z5 Boy's Glee
Club l, 2, 3, 45 Quiet. Humorous.
True, Wanda Louise Commercial
Fort Hill Players 3, Typist 45 lunior
Farewell Assembly5 Choral Speaking
Choir 35 Library Club 35 Social Danc-
inq l5 Glee Club Z,
Tucker, Edgar Allen General
Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45
Safety Club l.
Twiqq. Donna Lee
Library Club l, 2, 3, 45 Vivacious
Twiqq. Helen Elizabeth Commercial
Sabre Typist 45 Ticket Committee,
"One Foot in Heaven" 45 Bowling
Club 2, 35 Glee Club l, 2.
Utt, Edith Elizabeth Academic
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 45 Sabre
Staff 3. 45 Ushers 35 lunior Farewell
Assembly 35 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Junior
Tri-Hi-Y 25 Tumbling Club5 Social
Dancing Club l.
Valentine. Dale Harold Vocational Van Meter, Dolores Lee Commercial
A Cappella Choir 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Record Club 15 Ushers Club 45 lolly,
Monitors l. Pleasant.
l Warner. Helena Marie Elizabeth
Waqua. William Henry General vocmional an
V Bm Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Basketball Var-
Conqemal. Likely to succeed. sity 31 45 Social Dancing 1'
Weber, Pauline Cigdatta Vocational Weber' Lucille Eva Commercial
Monitors 2, 3, 45 Student Director 45
Bowling 3, 45 Tumbling Club l5 Stu-
dent Council Represertative 2.
Weele. Thelma Virginia Commercial
Library Club 2, 35 Musical, Friendly.
Wheeler. lulian Richard General
Stage Crew 3, 45 Iunior Farewell As-
sembly 35 Football l, 25 Track l5
Fisherman Club l.
Wlllon. Dorie Ann Academic
Sabre Staff 3, Co-Literary Editor 45
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 35 Treas-
urer 45 A Cappella Choir 25 Tri-Hi-Y
3. 45 Library Club lp Vice President
25 Girls Glee Club 2, 3.
Library Club 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Quiet,
Wentling. Lois Anne
National Honor Society 45 Fort Hill
Players Auxiliary 45 "Hi There Sen-
tinel" Co-Editor 45 lunior Farewell
Assembly 35 A Cappella Choir 3, 45
Sabre 3, 45 lunicr Glee Club lp Ushers
Club 35 Student Council Represerta-
Whetzel, Mary Louise Commercial
Mimeoqraph Stall 35 Bowling Leaque
35 Glee Club l, 2, 35 Monitors 1, 2,
Wilson. William Bender Academic
National Honor Society 45 Boys Glen
Club 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 4.
Winterslein. Iames Laurence General
Ushers ly Monitors Z5 Friendly and
Wotrinq. Clarence Bender General
Glee Club, Boys l, 2, 3, Glee Club
Secretary 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 35
A Cappella Choir President 45 Mon-
itors lg Library Club lp Librarian 2, 3.
Zimmerly. Catherine Lee Vocational
Gloo Club l, 2, Student Council Hep-
rosontative Z, 35 Library Club 2, 3, 4,
Dramatic Club ly Iunior Farewell As-
sembly 3, Tumbling Z7 Social Danc-
Sewers. Edward R. Academic
Wolfe, Norma Lee Commercial
Ushers Club 4, Nice personality and
Zembower. Iackie Berton Vocational
Social Dancing lg Boy's Glee Club 4.
See. lean General
Home Economics Club lp Library
Rubenstein. Forrest Iames General
Student Council lg Band l, 25 Hobby
Club lg loined Marine Corps on
Auqust 14, l947, tor a four year en-
Mr, C. Ritchie and Miss G. Pritchard
eniofz Glass Udoisefzs
Much ot the success ot the Senior Class ot l949 can be attributed to the
capable leadership ot our advisers, Miss Geraldine Pritchard, social adviser:
and Mr. Carl Ritchie, business adviser.
Miss Pritchard's fine directing was responsible for the rousing success of
"One Foot in Heaven," the Senior Class Play. Her counsel aided the prom
committee in planning the big event which climaiged their social whirl here at
Mr. Ritchie guided the seniors safely through their financial and business
trials and tribulations. I-le supervised the ordering of the name cards and
announcements and also the caps and gowns with his usual facility.
To their advisers, the Senior Class expresses its heart-felt gratitude for
their guidance and counsel.
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ices wliirlt president, Etliel llveretty secretary,
lictve devoted to mcike tliis, OtlTlL1IllOF yecrr, one
Normrr Rwlmossorig cmd trecistxrer, Glerm Wertz,
ot plecisrmt memories.
Under tlte quidcmve ot Miss Kdtlileeii Cum'
luee, vlciszs advisor, we Felefted our Colors et
qreeri cmd wliite cmd our Clciss flower, tlie red
lit lvlctrtfi tlie erivicms qltmves of tlie tmderr
vldssmeii tell upon our lifmds wtieri we first
wore our crlierislied clciss ririqs.
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cvcist cmd :stdtt of tlie juiiiois "Everiiriq Dress
lridisperisctblef' wliicli wus tlie wiririer ot tlie
Aririticrl Plciy Totirricmierit.
Mamy tcmiilies were our-less Ori tlie riiqlit Qt
April 22, becfrmse of tlie luriior-Senior Prom.
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lf lwwit' l lvitf' 1' .:..s1 .t.:m:r:1:111 i Tl zzifz
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Ot tlio ltll'llOI'KNlClE1E2 ot l9L19 liftve lzivvii proriiiwi
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NIN TH GRADE
Huw One: B. Aqqie, G. Stafford, A. lltiltni, Il. Mat-kart-lli
W. Wotrinq, D. Hiqqleman, S. Ilarsoiis, Sliiiltiy Norton
I. Rowe, M. Malcomb, M. VVUIIUILI, M. l-Iousv, D. Iloliy
Flow Two: N. Smith, D. Wialield, N. Swirl:-t, Il. I'it'litIi, W
Settle, D. Niold D. Grimm. M. Maikovitx, M. Lilly, ll
lloovor, P. House, F. Delmzitwi, I.. lvltiytiis, I'. Alt.
I Row Throw: G. Gillum, I. Hr-ckly, I. Vtilf-ntin+-, V. Snow
I lverqeir. D. Whallvy, Il. Doahl, M. Mtiiitii-s, ll. Slulliy
S. Heed, I. Squires, G. Whitomari Il, tf' I-por t'. I'-fltiri
Row Four: E. Frost, C. Hartman, I. Pri-wr, S. Iwlinson I7
Athoy, R, Paterson, C. Nirorii, D. lvlwrivt-i, If Muiiit-it
H, Mauzy, Ft. Bishop, G. Mifliav-las, D. llt-my, V, Iiolilt
Row Fivu: H. Roland, C, Brokelle:-riitflzlts, S, I'--ttmllririk, If
Zn-niluower, I. Malls-ly, B. Pliilliiis ll, Kiiliy ll, Mt'
Grvovey, I. Koontz, R. Wad -.', IF, lhiltrri Il. litiri-wills
ll. Fanslor, B. Be:-ll, R. Dolan.
Row Onw: M. Iavk, S. Ge-ro, G. Sams, Il. Silt-s, M, Wt-stltill
V. llull, L. Stevens, M. Aiurwl. F. liuvklt-W, If. Mulltiiitix,
S. Hamilton. I. Shanltall, VV. Crow LS. Iimnt.
Row Two: E. Sponauqlo, I. Dari, N. Davis T. lliqtilriiiitiri
B. Robertson, B. Day, I. Bakr-r, I. Floss, If tluatiiwv--,
W. Slickley, R. Shanholtz, G Dyvi.
Row Throo: C. Rinqlor, C. Wulrh, P. lit-rin-itli, tl'. Httlll-, ll.
Knapp, G. Coldwell, T. Ilardinqt-r, Il, lltii-I-in, li. IQ-wins,
W. Bean, B. Brathway, F. Fivhol.
Row Four: I. Brown, I. Parks, I. Wolltirl, Ii, Vtittiiiwsw, Il.
Board, B. Loo, B, Donhowif, In avi-l-fa Ii, .wlititl--i, l.
Boyclo, II. Benson, R. lleiniy.
Flow Ono: D. Bishorw, N. Hamilton, M. litiflt-liltf li. Dtiwszon,
N. Clitc-s, P. Tolltiy, I. Milli:-i, V. Mtiilct-i, lf. Altlviton,
Il. Hull, E. Wolfe, Il. Chaso. M, l5'liillipi:4.
Row Two: D. Davis, M. Iltxriwr, D. Vv'ilui1rit S. tliig-writt-i,
M, Simpson D. Peterson, G, Wils-iii, ll, Ott-tri, I. lioiim
otte, N. Iohnson, I. Minlco, S. Mt-str-llt-i, ll. Ilinkt-1,
Row Tlirotf: W, Roto, A. Bartlt-s, B. Mtiitiit, A. Milltfi, I.
Measo, N. Bishop. I. Cliinault, II. MlfKt'riativ, Ii. Ilviit
inqor, N. Samson, R. Holiirson, A. Mt-as-I, F. 'Iwi-iq.
Row Four: T. Lindenbroqq, T. Grit-tw, P. Hi--I-, Ii. Sluglwtiy.
E. Thrasher, D. Stimley, Cf Il-nuilt-ln. If. Elmitli, W.
Row Five: N. Caqe, W. Conne-1. T. llroltiristi--ii, K. Iii-1-tl,
I. Fayman, D. Stino, IN, Wilson, ll. Iii-uaclwtit-fi. I.
Row Six: M. Smith, Ft. Evans, R. Writ-Iit-ii. W. Atlit-y, D,
Holiiinson, R. Towvll. W. Swarm-i, K. tlirulls I. Il--y
nolds, FI. Lohi, I. Matlivk, C. lvloiiis, M. Martin, lltiy
Row Ono: M. Wilson, P. Stevens, F. Cralftroo, T. Sponauqlt-,
B. Fisher, IJ, Louell. E. Honclrivk, I. llaitv. M. Hallvy, t'.
Hinlclo, G, Summerfield, A. Siwrir-wr, I'. Illinqs-i, M.
Row Two: N. Thomas, E. Twiaq, C. Norris, M. llainliriatw,
R, Louliliter, E. Layton, V. Alkiit- l'. Siiutuoiis, M,
Suhrives, M. Franzy, T. Vifilliams, S. Livtiiliottl, ll.
Ftow Three: I. Rohinotte, W. Monro, Ii, Mviriitt, M. H1-ll, Ii.
Haines, D. Upole, E. Taylor, B, I.:-wis, H. Brown, Il.
Mcloauqhlin, C. Schults, G. Pertony ID. lvlanous.
Ftow Four: D. Lease, W, Rawlings, R. Ilansrott-, I. Rtliy,
H. Richards, Gordon I. Lessitor, G. Ilariiinot-r, Il. Col-
lins, I. Newcomb, T. Trippett.
Row Six: I. Polinq, C, Barkly, A. Zais, W. Thomas. D.
Swain, G. Gordon, R. Shoemaker, K. Turm-i I. Sliorv,
D, Kenny, B. Smeltzer, I. Tashenberaer, H. Swain, ll,
Iewel, V. Grable, B. Trasher.
Row One: L. Hare, L. Evans, I. Golden, V. Weimer, I.
Weber, P. Warner, L. Mort, M. Boone, E. Purinqton, S
Knippenliurq, M. I. Wilson, C. Knisely, D. Durst, W
Adams, D. Rowan, H. Miller.
Row Two: W. Furlow, O. Stewart, R. Lynch, S. Kesler, B
Campbell, M. Cole, E. Wilmot, M. Diruks, E. Davis
I. Svhaidt, B. Boialitol, R. Roukley, C. Hout, M. Popp
M. A. Hafer.
Row Thrr-o: A, Alderton, L. Shanholtz, M. Wilson, A. Riaqle-
mari, S. Honrirkson, M. Triqonopolos, I. Akers, N
R -1-rl, D. Faye, N. Buoklew, I. Chcnowith, D. Rive, A
Lo-rsdort, I. Lana.
Row Four: T. Rohinetto, T. Rowan, W. Miley, T, Buser
W. Allen, L. Ayers, F. Hyde, A. Adams, A. Clarke, M
Porter, S. Wolford, L. Ewald, A. VVehster.
Row Five: I. Underdonk, N. Iaokson, I. NValkee, R. Graham
M. Stamp, D. Walrus, I. Chisholm, L. Mencer, G. Aurthur
E. lless, M, Marshall.
Row Six: I. Squires, B. Sites, I. Farris, R. Pepper, R. San
dors, R. DirVorw, B. Hause, I. MvDonald, S. Maphis, E
Row Ono: S. Whiteman, M. Stafford, L. Earle, I. Clontz, C
Dotor, N, Randall, E. Heller, S. Kessell, M. Sirrrms, D
Connors, S. Brinkman, P. Slonaker, C. Shatzer, L. Miller
Row Two: D. Auvil, N. Purnell, E. Abe, W. Whetzel, I
Ballou, P. Brookloy, N. Mease, E. Rurner, N. Kreqer, T
McDonald, W. Orndorff, B. Shook, L. Collins, A. Brown
Row Three: G. Rinqler, I. Dolan, D. Lantz, R. Shrcut, U. I
Harper, D. Meeks, V. Pannone, M. Lepley, M. Clark
D. Whisner, A. Rinaler, W. Strona, S. Nefhin, W. Iewell
Row Four: W. Lloyd, H. Svhadt, R. Barnstricker, R. Appold
R. Aluaro, M. Boone, P. Montoqomery, D. Kennedy
I. Rowley, B. Bird, I. Case, L. Miller, B. Shipley, S
Sharon, B. Bland, I. Bartles.
Row Five: N. Barnes, I. Turner, I. Lewis, R. Herring, K
Perdew, B. Clem, B. Dreyer, B. Athey, R. Bowman, D
Mort, H. Van Fleet, G. Knotts, I. Kellerman, D. Datri
I. Davis, W. Smith, L. Fisher, B. Andrews.
Row One: I. Gehauh, E. Portmess, M, Hill, C. Twiqq, I
Haines, M. Lease, M. Davis, M. Tinqler, I. Hardy, S
Lovell, M. Schwinneqer, M. White, B. Garlitz, I. Cav
Row Two: M. Rohinet, I, Short, I. Smith, B. Campbell, I
Roliey, I. Keyser, I. Taschenbera, P. Garvin, G. Welt
nran, S. Twiqq, C. Iackson, A. Buckley, S. Adams
D Mrllfr Lunq A Carpentr I Ka er H aC
Millan, I. aclntosh, R. Heavner.
Row Four: D. Stafford, G. Stafford, M. Smith, I. Kready
G. Alkire, N. Lamp, G. Winters, W. Cook, A. lsonr
Row Five: D. Bible, O. Nelson, M. Leasure, B. Burke
P. Stickley, G. MvGreqor, I. Martin, W. Apple, K. Files
Row Six: C. Yost, R. lsnor, S. Casner L. Metz, C. Rice
C. Dotvr, G. Iones, I. Lohman, B. Duaan, D. Hockman
Row Three: P. O'Neal, R. Robosson, L. Huffman, M. Iones
. ' 1, I. , . ' ', . is , . M -
Row One: B. Cargo, R. Mauk, T. Morris, S. Taschenbercrer
K. Stonobreaker, S. Knotts. I. Conner, I. Shaffer, V
Butts, V. Clark, P. Crowe, L. Faulk, M. Davis, B. Camp
bell, C. Carroll, N. George.
Row Two: H. Woods, D. Doarier, L. Headley, I. Darr, S
Brant, D. Harper, M. Landaker, P. Robertson, M. Trilrut
S. Clapp, D. Cimmira, M. Twiqq, l. Corley, N. Kline
Row Throw: I. Little, L. Loosdon, M. Gross, A. Greise, P
Miller, E. Grapes, S. Rowe, M. Weaver, N. Martin, G
Eshelman, H. Malarrrphy, R. MuDonald, C. Trcutnran
Row Four: D. Thorpe, G. Riqqs, D. Trexler, R. Benson, A
Hutzell, D. Castoel, B. Trexler, I. Schoonover, R. Athey
R. MvBrido, K. Swanqer, W. Lynch, R. Greise, H. Hull
Row Five: C. Wriqht, D. Monett, O. Miller, I. Tresize, E
Diokel, C. lser, R. Suhade, G. Shyrouk, E. Westfall, H
Rhodes, D. Barqer.
Row Six: E. Cardor, C. Easton, R. House-holder, V. Sherrod
C. Kinsman, R. Whisner, R. Snrith, I. Evans, D. Hanne
kamp, F. Mes-se.
Bow One: G. Hudson, V. Shapley, D. Sonner, E. Kellerman,
D. Hardman, E. Deter, M. Davis, E. Iohnson, B. Settle,
V. Garland, G. Iohnson, B. Ault, S. Iones, B. Arnold,
L. Bobinette, V. Kerns, N. Ambrose, L. Bobinson, D.
Brown, P. Lewis.
Bow Two: C. Widdows, S. Bobinson, G. Swisher, N. Akers,
I. lsner, A. Saylor, D. Lanham, M. Thrasher, M. Hrrtsori,
S. Parry, B. Willison, I. Hilleqas.
Bow Three: C. Widdows, S. Baupach, W. Couter, B. Livlrty,
I. Davis, B. Adams, P. Berklt-y, G. Moran, S. Zorrr
bower, B. Shaner, L. Bobison, M. Baldwin, N. Barrie
hart, P. Moreland, B. Sciese, H. Stotlc-r, B. Bishop, D.
Bow Four: E. Carbauqh, E. Downton, B. Beynolds, S. Zim
merly, C. Sohade, N. Hoover, E. Icnes, B. Snyder, l..
Krps, M. Brve, L. Patton, B. Grrrrr, B. Krrippt-nlit-ra, I.
Benson, B. Boberson, D. Larqont.
Bow Frve: K. Youra, G. Srnrth, C. Wolvlr, B. Stcrllinas, D.
Bioe, D. Bice, D. Twiqq. I, Stallord, G, Norllrvrall, W.
Hedrick, G. Apple, I. Murphy, D, Evans, W. Mr-yors,
B. Knipponberq, G. Hudson.
Bow Six: D. Hartell, I. Boyd, B. Brant, T. llouso, B. Brown.
C. Brown, H. Apple, E. Brve, W, Kvrns, E. Lrxt-r, D.
Bow One: C. Mae Clay, C. Lonq, B. Barns, B, George, I.
Pennell, I. Dickol, B. Lippcld, P. Mt:-tztgtrr, B. Miller, M.
Biqalerrran, M. Hill, S. Krrrres, B. l.rrwpold, E. Krrrit-s,
C. Campbell, T. lines, B. Twraa.
Bow Two: I. Norris, H. Mvllolan, C. Gilliyrriy, F. Morris.
P. Arnold, T. Gray, D. Canlic-ld, M. Evans, T. Biaas,
B. Niela, G. Dawson, I. Nelson. I. Slrtfrlovk, D. Borl-
head, W. Bussard.
Bow Three: D. Lerhliter, C. Eister, B. Gornall, I. Net-, V.
Plummer, C. Lrllard, A. Willard, C Slrrrrrriet, M. Thor-
ton, B. Hawkins, I. Hinds, K. Casserly. M. llrvks, M.
Biaqlernar, B. Sylaold, E. Hrzer, D. Milla-r, I. Bam-y, B.
Bell, M. Golinqrly. D. McFarland, B. Pollina, B. Wil-
liams, B. Linn, I. Bawlinqs, S. Powell, B. Bet-lrtol, B.
Dodqe, C. Stump, G. Hast, M. Irons.
Bow Five: K. Oster, G. Weber, E. Berry, K. Wilmot, E.
Mullaney, L. Stevens, L. Stevenson, A. Btwkrtly, D.
Dickens, B. Bishop, C. Stump, L. Leasurv, A. Kimble,
D. Wrllrarns, H. Brant, B. Davis, B. Bouvh, A. Krrrrlilo.
Bow Six: I. Cook, I. Vearh, I. Greise, G. Lewis, M. Fadlt-y,
V. Markwood, W. Flanaaan, C. Lipsvorrilr, E. Motty.
Bow One: V. Boby, I. Boyer, V. Shanholtz, N. Meeks, P.
Lipsvomb, V. Leasure, F. Berkley, I. Dunbar, Doris
Howdyshell, E. Stafford, B. Alvaro, S. Carrorossr, ll.
MCKee, D. Wilson, B. Enrerrck, V. Monnett, D. Hrrltman.
Bow Two: E. Athey, H. Swain, G. Livinaood, I. Keeler, I.
Smith, I. Martin, C. Birker, D. Michael, E. Evans, W.
Green, B. Lewrs, G. Gross, C. YOlll"lQl'lOfLl, D. Atkinson,
F. Gross, I. Barrett, S. Teets.
Bow Three: G. Lrvinqood, E. Smith, B. Mt'Ke-nny, B. Sharr-
holtz, I. Hann, B. Gross, W. Brown, M. Mr'Culloutrli.
F.. Hinkley, D. Hutt, C. Shaw, S. Trrrraonorrlos, B. Brvt-,
I. McClelland, I. Caqe.
Bow Four: M. Leidy, S. Lynvh, M. Gross, M. Moses, V.
Kerrs, T. Swandol, I. Blarker, I. Mullennix, G. Mya-rs,
M. Sharhcltz, I. Smith, D. Thomas, B. Divken, D. Mtn
Gauqhey, B. Morris, I. Humbertson, H. Giplrn, B. Twitirtr.
Bow Five: G. Brant, C. Marsh, V. Pryor, G. Sr-idtlll, D.
Bowe, P. Hull, A. Smith, l. Taylor, S. Neilson, C. Moore,
Bow Six: P. Bowman, K. Smith, C. Maluorrrli, I. Heir, C. Arbor
qast, S. Albriqht, I. Tussell, A. Fuller, S. Frazier, D.
Bobinette, S. Twrqq, I. Strawden, I. Mt'DLnalv, A, Har'
Bow Seven: I. Lawrence, B. Hanekamp, B. Str-ward, I.
Moreland, D. Nines.
Bow One: I. Eaton, K. Iacobs, B. Turrtor, W. Nixon, E.
Morrison, N. Hilleqas S. Clites, E. Apple, B. Eylvr,
I, Deremer, I. Weber, B. Ferquson, L. Binqler, B. Waa-
ner, I. Paul, M. Boqqs, M. Miley, A. Matheny, G. Popp,
B. Payne, D. Hamilton.
Bow Two: D. Kerns, NV. Bobrnette, D. Martz, P Combs. I.
Cage, M. Weaver, D. Brown, B. Georqe, I. Keplinaer,
D. Parker, W. Keller, I. Garvin, K. Shelly B. Ayers, K.
Somers, E. Dawson, B. Bupst, M. Bowers, I Miller.
Bow Three: M. Smith. L. Collins, I. Arnica, B. Davis, B.
Twiqa, L. Boilirqer, C. Brooks, A. Leatherman, A.
Fisher, I. Sheetz, B. Ketterman, B. Byan, E. Shank,
C. Durst, W. McCall.
Bow Four: S. Stewart, E. Bobinette, I. Brinkman, B. Watt,
I. Dickinson, I. Kaboskey, E. Cookerly, I. Swlioidt, B.
Brooks, T. Mudge, G. Campbell.
Bow Five: I. Hicks, W. Leslie, C. Iohnson, G. Bennet, S.
Biley, B. Stippe, B. Bittner, D. Wilson, L. Souette, B.
Leiclinqer, A. Saylor.
Bow Five-ltop back rowl: B. Sisk, I. Wolford.
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The Library Club ot Fort l-lill is an efficient and well directed organization.
The club is directed by Miss Gertrude Ranck, the librorion. Miss Ranck has
been the librarian at Fort l-lill tor some time. The president ot this year's club
is lessie Gordon, a senior.
lt is interesting to follow the cycle of a book, from enterinq the library to
our taking it out. When a new book is brought into the library, a card is placed
in the book, ci number is qiven it, which is recorded in the cdrd catalog, and
then shelved. After beinq shelved, the book is ready tor our use.
Let us qo into the librdry to choose d book. After selectinq a book troin
the shelf, we take it to the desk, siqn the cord, and have it stamped. The book
is then ours tor two weeks. Wlieri we return the book, it is again made ready
tor someone to take.
As one of their many duties, the members of the club also help students
to find necessary inoterials for their school work.
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They also have done
The girls on the s
ialvd ll. Trrplcll, lu. Flark, S. hr-rrzhirriari, lf Krlrvwtlfri, S. llwl 1liV'll'T.
btandrntz Mr. Prrcw, allvrstir. lvl. l:. hlarni .-. li. Stuiriri.
NctllTlL'llll1'kl Ann l.rnn,
asset to the school is the mimeograph stall. Even though it isn't well
served the school in many ways.
years, it has been under the very capable direction ot Mr. Price. He
the organization have rendered many useful services to the school.
work tor other groups ou'side ot the school.
tatt this year have been s iccesstul in all ot their undertakings. Much
has been accomplished towards serving the dilterent departments oi the school as well as
thc various organizations.
The group is always willing to take on any assignment, and it has done a great deal of
duplicating work lor
Among the many activities undertaken
duction ot the "Seneca," the bulletin put out
in this task again shows the ability of these
lncluded in the
organizations. Test, maps, poster, and many
There is never a
click-click-click of the
are run alt.
the guidance and English departments in particular.
by the mimeograph group this year is the prof
by the senior high English classes. Their success
schedule ot this group is the cutting ot stencils for teachers and other
other types of papers are produced in the mimeo-
dull moment tor these reliable girls. One can usually hear the steady
typewriters or the rhythmic beat ot the duplicating machine as papers
in which the girls attained success was the making ot Christmas cards.
Al Christmas time they thought ol this idea and followed it through very nicely. Using red and
green ink, instead ot
the usual black, to create the holiday feeling, they turned out some very
lovely Christmas cards.
Their achievements and great success have proved that they are an energetic, hard-work-
ina, reliable group, Each piece ot work turned out is always their best.
lt is hard to explain just exactly how much the mimeograph stall really does to serve the
school. ln the mimeograph room, programs tor the football games are produced, and cheers
lor the students to learn are prepared, along with programs tor various other groups. Attend-
ance sheets are also prepared each day.
The start has also served organizations outside the school by doing such things as mak-
ing up the A.A.U,W. news letter. Some work has also been done for veterans.
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'l'he Monitors, Fort Hills guardians ot the
peace, seldoni receive the praise they deserve.
Every day the Monitors serve us by keeping
order in the cafeteria. Perhaps you think there is
too niuch authority and rule, but wait, those
rules and that authority are necessary it our
cafeteria is to be kept clean and sate for our
use. As in any civilized society, we need sorne-
one to protect the niajority troni the antics of
the niinority. This is the duty ot the Monitors.
Our Monitors niust have certain qualifica-
tions tor rnenibership and usually those who
pass these stringent rules are capable, indus-
trious, and have the qualities of leadership
which are needed.
But you know what they say about all work
and no play? lust as they inade theniselves
usetul, so they enioyed thetnselves.
ln December the Monitors had a Christmas
Party and niade the holiday season gay with
the catoteria decorations. A very successful sea-
C. Brotwtiiarkln, N, Auit, C. Morthviatl, H. Vt'aqloy, l. Miller,
son was concluded in May with a banquet
aiven at the Ali Ghan Shrine Club at which
titne a wrist watch was presented the Best Moni-
tor ot the year.
Huw tlnv: V. Norris, li. l.t'-vklitoii I, baker. F. Cialvtiec
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Huw loin. P. lailvy, l. A. lwvwv, S. Kami, D. Frm'-rick, ll. lolohhvll, l. l..onq.
X linw Vive: ll. Scott, N. twhtvs, C Northvratt, Cf Hurlwiiiciiklv, G. Davis, P. Rivhatds.
How Six: M. 'l'iit:orioVlos, S. lltfndiickson, l. Gordon, W. Marsh, F, A. VVhittinaton.
THE SABBE STAFF
SENIOR SABRE STAFF
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Seated: M. Shrout, I. Divkerhoit, M. Moulton, A. Poling, I. Wigger.
Standing: Row 1 W. Kaylor, N. Lovell, M. Leasure, I. A. Lewis, M. Benson, M, Mellon, E, Hasel-
twfwqcr. How 2- C, Noithcrait, D. Smith, I. Alderton, R. Croyle, M. I. McCoy,
THE SABRE STAFF
'l'he Sabre Stati is proud to present to the student body this yearbook recording the
events oi the year 1948-1949.
We had many responsibilities placed upon our shoulders, many obstacles to overcome,
and a great task to do. But it was a real thrill to meet these diiiiculties and conquer them.
With our advisers, Mr. Iames Engle, Mr. Leon Klompus, Mr. Carl Ritchie, and Mr. Wade
Kipp, our success was certain.
Working under a rigid budget, our start eliminated all the expenses we could in order
not to go into debt. A successful book was published under those conditions through the in-
genuity of our editors and start.
The members of the start were: Io Ann Shirey, editor, Emily Popp, associate editor, Viv-
ian Ryan, business manager, Louise Hovatter, associate, Ann Wilson and Betty Clingerman,
literary editors, Pat Tasker, senior class editor, Karlyn Radcliffe, classes editors, Emil Hasel-
berger, Mary Iean McCoy, Mary Moulton, lay-out staii, Richard Spring, art editor, Ioe Reed,
sports editor, Bill Kaylor, photography editor, and typists, Stella Robinette, Helena Twigg,
Ann Linn, Dorothy Triplett, Doris Growden, Eddie Haines, and George Stevenson. We would
like also to thank those teachers cmd students Who were not on the staff but contributed valu-
Yes, it was a great pleasure, planning, compiling, and publishing this thirteenth issue of
the Sabre, and we hope it brings you many hours of enjoyment.
i'zr::t Ht wi A. 'itirriwr if Mritttvxan, M. Nttwrifznlci, P. itartmrm, if. Evcitwtt, N. tmrvf it,
'- iir.il its W: Miss Pmwrirsrvx, M.F.Sii1a11t, tl. Matiir-nay, I. Matiirk, D. Smitii i.. Wzivis tptzps, thi 1.13
tim i tit W: IX. itiyttti, ii. Ma Dwnatti, I. 'X,I:14.2i1li', H. Rmisiiai, U. Pwr-I mit, if. 'tlxyi i i'. tk itz i'.
i' mtti ttiww. tl. thi 1, tt. Strip!-ty, M. t'5rttfi7iai, M. Maiittfiri, M. iivtwft. it Vfitstiri.
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t:i't. tit w t'.Nt'tiili'l41ii tt.fwviItst1iiC111iIii P.. I. Twififz, D. E'iItItiQtIttIIt. I. lax N. tx. :it ss 'ri ,.!..1iiy A
tkzwtmfg, E. Moravia, XX. Witsun. Norma Hicks.
Ariattior year draws ta a close as ttie CgifilS Tri-Hi'Y leaks back wittt
riterrsarit memories of the past.
This year ttte orqcmizatioii again tias endeavored "To ffreate, ta maimtxiri.
md ta exteiid tiirouqttoiit ttie svtiaoi arid ttie Comrmmity, tiiqtier standards wt
Tire activity praqram for tire members of tire arqariizatiari began iii time
twtiiy iictrt at September Witti a formal party at ttie Y. M. C. A. At titis time
Ittu tttiity at mdidatas, who tiad met tiie schoiastic: arid attendance requirements:
A praaram at the various activities during the sctioai term mfiuded tim
uiimiriq at Christmas caroisg ttie cottectiuq of food for Tranksqivmq bastcetsg
ttcttdiriq a square dcmcfep arqariizmq a rummage saieg arid sporisarmq a basket
Witti tire tietp cmd auidaricfe at tire Y. M. C. A., ttie advisers, Mrs. Caratyrt
Dmitap arid Miss Iearme Bowersox, and time Officers, president, Barbart:
Matlteiioyg vice president, Lois Davisy secretary, tariet Matticky treasurer,
Deieres Smitttg Chaplain, Mary Elia Stiroutg the Tri-HLY iias tiad a Very sua
One of the outstanding and most active clubs at Port Hill is the lunior Tri-Hi-Y. The girls
are the "little sisters" of the Tri'Hi-Y. The club is composed of freshmen and sophomores who
are selected on the basis of scholastic achievement cmd character. This year the officers are
Francis Hafer, president: Phyllis McKenzie, vice-president, Patty Close, secretaryg loanne
Meyers, chaplain, and loanne Squares, treasurer.
This club has planned and carried out many activities. lt was responsible for the fad
of wearing red beanies at the Thanksgiving Day Game. They sold these caps to obtain
money. Over 200 of these were sold. They have even helped to make cooking at home
more enjoyable by selling vanilla extract.
The club, under the direction of Mrs. Ada Hughes and Miss Yola Hudson, has accom-
plished many other worthwhile activities.
Thcy attended church regularly throughout the year. A church of each denomination
represented in the club was visited.
Throughout the year the club had splash parties at the Y, and attended movies as a
group. At Christmas they went Christmas caroling at Memorial Hospital and throughout
South Cumberland to try to bring cheer to the less fortunate.
To encourage school loyalty, which is one goal of the Iunior Tri-Hi-Y, the girls chartered
buses to outfofftown basketball and football games.
On November 23 at one of their regular meetings at the Y. M. C. A. Barbara Matheny,
president of the Tri-Hi-Y, Glenn Burke, head of the Boy's Hi-Y: and Frances Haier, president
of the lunior Tri-HifY, addressed the club on "What the Hi-Y Means to Me." Through these
speeches the lunior Tri-Hi-Y members obtained a better understanding of why the Hi-Y is such
a respected club, why it is an honor to belong, and what is expected of each member.
One of the most outstanding and worthy activities the club undertakes is to help their
"big sisters," of the TrifHi-Y to collect food and clothing at Thanksgiving time for the needy
families of the school.
All of these activities have made the Iunior TrifHi-Y one of Fort Hill's outstanding
ltnw Cnr-: Mrs. Huqhos, D. Gurtler, G. Furlow, S. Taylor, B. Dentrnger, l.. Myers, P. Mt'Krrnzro, F. Hater, P.
Vlosv. l. SLXLTHPOS, l. Howe, M. Wolfor'd, B. Liller, Miss Hudson.
How Two: M. Starhrw-r, P. Mvlionzie, l, Fogle, I. Macljarland, P. Fox, E. Grimm, I. Shanski, l. Taylor, C. Wtndish,
Huw Tlnmr: N. llavy N. lohnson, f. Minkp, S. Mostollcr, N. Bishop, R. Sclesbury, l. Hansroth, M. Arnlrroso, M.
ltnrk-H, M. Mal 'ornlm
Huw Four: K. livers, l. Bopp, N. Critcs, H. Rinkcr, K. l7la'1O, B. Bennet, R. Coleman, D. Boggs, D. Vifvlsli, D. Odacrs.
auidi .lhnnii 1" ly A . '
liow Onv: l.. Norris, G. Burke, F. liyan, Fi. Brrrrrrnryharrr.
lirrw Two: I. llalr-r, C. Mdsori, G, Wrfrtz. I. Snyder, D, Baker
ltrrw 'l'lrrrfr-I E. Me-tx. G, Arrrlwrosf'-, l. Alderton, C. Lattirrier, H. Cross. D. lfvans l.. lSriri'h, l. l.hllrr l
ltrrw Four: W. Kcrylor, l. Cessna, T. Vrirluw, H. CLIVIHIHKJTIUIII. l. lrrelrt, t' Vtfrrry-ly, ll. lrlrrrrrr-12 lt
C'rr-r-iran, G. Andrews.
THE BOY'S HI-Y
This Christian service club deserves the ackriowledqrnent ot every student
at Port Hill. lt is advised by Mr. Minka and presided over by Glen Burke.
One ot the services rendered to Fort Hill by this club each year is the
supplyina of line-ups for all our horne football games. This service was car
ried out in the sarne manner this year as in previous years.
A very special service rendered to the whole community this year was the
collectinq ot old, but usable, clothing tor the needy tarnilies of the cornrnunrty.
This type ol work should be recognized and praised.
The officers servinq the club this year besides Glen Burke are: Floyd Ryan.
vice-presidentg Ralph Thuss, secretaryg Gene Mason, treasurer, and Bill Birrnina
Seated: I. Morris, E. Strieby.
Stundmq: W. Liqhl, L. Blcvldin, C. Bujov, Mr, Foote, R. Wheeler.
Svctod: L. Blcrklin, I. Aldorton, Mr. Perdpw, D. Boken, R, Tlpton.
mdmq: F, Gore, I. Alderlon, I. Weirs, R. Inizolt, I, Mcxllick, F. MGC'k1Q
PROI ECTION CREW
Sminq: B. Mcxtheny, P. Tusker. R, Ruclcllfie, C, Mcdsberry, M. Hcbpl
SIGUCIIDQI H. Cruyhg R. Thuss, B. Brown, N. Atkmsun.
Sxttinq: B. Brutt, I. Mnitlwk, W. MfrCulIouqh, E. Taylor, I. Lewms.
Stundinfqz E, Blond, D, Twiqq, VV. Cameron, D. Adams, M. Mf-llvn.
lx h rtlvliftn, editor, Miss Calennne, adviser
"The News Shall Make You Free"
Behind every issue of the Sentinel lies a story as big as the one which make the head-
lines, There is action, drama, and much hard work.
Before the students of Fort Hill can receive the first copy of their bi-weekly school news-
paper, the staff must secure advertisements and subscriptions to finance the cost of publish-
ing the "Sentinel." Many of the ads are secured during the summer.
The staff is composed of students who have had one year's work in the beginning
journalism class. ln this class the fundamentals of journalism are taught by Miss Mary
Calemine, the Sentinel staff's adviser. The members of the class are responsible for put-
ing out the last issue of the paperg in this way they gain experience which will help them the
The staff's goal is to render a service to the school by gathering, organizing, and print-
ing all news which will be of interest to the students.
Members of the staff, accompanied by Miss Calemine, have attended the Columbia Scho-
lastic Press Association Conference at Columbia University, New York, for two consecutive
years. Schools from many states are represented at this conference where their papers
are judged and rated. The Sentinel has receivedahigh rating both years.
During their stay in New York, the students toured the city and visited many places of
interest. One of the trip's highlights was a tour of the New York Times building where they
observed much of the "behind the scenes" events of a metropolitan newspaper.
Those attending the conference this year were Carolyn Malsberry, Marie Hobel, Elva
Taylor, janet Matliclc, Rosetta Croyle, Evelyn Bland, Barbara Bratt, Ioanne Lewis, Mary Moul-
ton, Teresa Crites, Shirley Ketterman and Christine Riley.
This year the staff has received many letters of Commendation and requests for exchang-
es froni other schools.
Recognition should be given to the editors, news reporters, feature writers, business staff
members, and the adviser for a job well done.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
The gavel sounds. The government body of Fort Hill High School, the Student Council, is now in session.
The meeting is opened with the Student Council Oath:
"We shall never bring disgrace to our school by any act of dishonesty or cowardice. VV'e will fight for the ideals
and cherish the things of our school, both singly and together. Vi'e shall respect ard obey the schools laws. We
will strive unceasingly to arouse the students' sense of schclastic duty. Thus in all these ways we will transmit
our school to othersg greater, better and more beautiful than it was transmitted to us,"
The opening exercises are now over and the reports of the various officers and committees are being heard.
Next, all old cmd new business of the school is discussed and important measures are voted on.
Organized on the democratic pattern of our own national government, the Student Council consists of a cabinet
and two housesp the Senate and the House of Representatives. The cabinet is composed of eight officers four
seniors and four iuriors. The offices filled by seniors are president, Thomas Kaboskyg secretary, of social affairs, Vauda
Lee Sirnmsg secretary of traffic, Iohn Miller, secretary of industry, Lucy Clark. The juniors filling the remainder of the
offices are: vice-president, lohn Hafer, secretary, Mary Stampy treasurer, Robbie Wilsong public relations officer,
Mary lean McCoy.
The Student Council president and other officers are elected by the students at the annual election held in the
spring. This election is modeled after Cumberlands city election, with campaigning, primaries, ballot boxes, and elec-
tion booths borrowed from the city.
The Senate, which meets the second Tuesday of each month, consists of representatives of the various whar-
tered clubs of the school. Each member presents problems arising in his respective club and reports back at
his rtext club meeting any action taken by the Senate on his particular problem,
The House of Representatives is composed of homeroom representatives who are elected by their classmates.
Each member presents problems suggested by his homeroom. If you should drop in on a meeting you would be
svro to find your homeroom represented,
Highlights of the Student Council year are the annual school election of the May Queen and her court, Booster
Night: talent contests: and the publishing of the school handbook "Hi There, Sentinel." The honor roll, the arranging
of the bulletin boards and show cases are also taken care of by the council.
The advisers of the Student Council are Mr. Robert Morris, Miss Alverda Ford, Mrs. Eugene Hilton, and Mr. Errect
If you are interested in government or lawmaking then the Student Council is the ideal training ground for you.
Thus, as the Council Oath clearly states, "we will transmit our school to others, greater, better and more beautiful
than it was transmitted to us,"
Student Council Advisers
Seated: A. Ford, T. Kabosky, Student Council President, N, Hillton. Standing: C. Minka, fi. Morris.
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Sitting: 1. Evkard, 1. Alderton, C. Lattirner, E. Masson, G. Burke, V. Haggard.
Standing: Coach Cavanauah, P. McGregor, W. Bratt, C. Waqley, 1. Hicks, B. Mangus, G. Wertz,
G. Woltc. D. DeHaven, D, Valentino.
The Sentinels opened their 1948-49 campaign December ll at Piedmont, West Virginia,
with a 32-26 victory over the Piedmont Lions. Three nights later, in their first home game, the
Sentinels defeated the Davis Wildcats by the score of 39-36. On December 17, Fort Hill
again defeated the Piedmont Lions, the score being 38-27. The Alumni was defeated 49-39
on December 28. ln another holiday game, the Scarlet and White defeated the Martins-
burg team 35-30.
The Ridgeley High Blackhawks crossed the river to defeat the Sentinels 39-32. This
was the first time the Sentinels had suffered defeat in the season. Central, LaSalle, and Beall
were the next victims of the Sentinel machine. Bruce High was next, falling at 54-49. The vic-
tory over Barton clinched the WMI League for the Sentinels. The score was 72-26. The Sen-
tinels won their second straight city championship by defeating the Allegany Campers by the
score of 38-33. Hagerstown fell to the tune of 52-31. The journey to Martinsburg was suc-
cessful to the extent of a 39-30 victory. The final game with Bidgeley ended with a score
of 40-36. The Sentinels were trailing into the last quarter. At the end of the regular game
the score was 35 all. This resulted in an overtime period in which the Sentinels pulled ahead
to defeat the Blackhawks. Coach Cavanaugh has led the team to championships in the city,
county and the right to enter in the state play-offs for two consecutive years.
Little limmy Eckard was the star for the season. He won the Allegany and Beall
games on foul shots, and tied the final Bidgeley game. This tie resulted in a win for the team.
The complete first team will graduate this year, but there is more good material in the lower
Congratulations again to Coach "Bobby" Cavanaugli for giving us another fine team.
F1151 Row: W. Hoavnnor, W. Rohy, I. Iudd, I. Aho.
Sf-1-ond Row: R. Stevenson, G. Shodo, I. Ionos, I. Snyder, L, Clover, E, Tucker, L, IVIc'Knnz1f-.
Third Row: Cocxvh Hahn, I. Squiris, I. Aldcrion, G. Molcr, M. Hczrdinqor, C. Wcddny, D. Dwikm
Mcmoqer, R, Bolycrrd.
Fourth Row: D, Rowe, P. Adams, D. Broke, R. Mcnqes, I. Alderton, F. Ryczn.
M. Hcrrd1n4,qf1r. G. Molor, G. Shade, W. Heavens-r, R. Stevenson, I, Iones, VV. Rohy, I. Squixvs.
M. Dean, I. Emerick, C. Shaw, R. Apple, I. Mcmqes
I. Mcmqes Coach Cavcmauqh C. Shaw
The 1948 track squad, under the guidance
of Coach William P. Hahn, captured the City
and County championships and placed second
in the State meet. The team nosed out Hand-
ley, being the first ever to accomplish this feat
at Handley's own invitational meet.
Tucker led the scoring for the season with
79W points. Hardinger had 74Vz, McKenzie
65, Moler 64V2p Stevenson 575 Iudd 53, and
Wagley 51 Vz.
The first meet was the Handley invitational.
Fort Hill became the first team to defeat Hand-
ley in their own meet.
In the second meet of the season the team
defeated Keyser and Piedmont. Fort Hill had
Only 6 boys attended the Elkins invitational
meet. They made a fine showing with ludd
scoring 9 points.
Fort Hill placed third in the University of
Maryland meet. Tucker and Hardinger led
the scoring for the Sentinels.
The Sentinels gained first place over Fort
Ashby, Ridgeley, and Berkley Springs in a
The team placed first in the Allegheny Coun-
ty Meet for the second straight year.
In the Fort Hill Invitational Night Meet, with
ll schools competing, the Sentinels nosed out
Hagerstown and Allegany. The Sentinels fin-
ished with 67 V2 points. Hagerstown had 65Vz.
This was the only night meet of the season.
It was very successful and spectators were very
enthused over the keen competition and are
looking forward to more meets of this calibre,
The teams defeated Allegany for the city
championship for the second straight year by
the score of 63 to 46.
The last meet of the season was the state
meet at Dundalk. Fort Hill, defending state
champions, placed second to Hagerstown.
The football team rolled through the season
with nine wins and one tie. This is the first
undefeated football season in the history of
the school. Fort Hill shares the city, grid title
with Allegany who tied the Sentinels on
Thanksgiving Day. Coaches Hahn and Big-
ler worked through the season with a good
team, which was willing to sacrifice much for
their team and school.
The first game of the season was with Wash-
ington and Lee who boasted a tough team.
The score was 21-7 in favor of Fort Hill.
The next game with Moorefield, ended 34-0.
The Keyser game ended at 40-O. The fourth
game was city contest with La Salle. The Ex-
ployers bowed, 47-13. The Martinsburg game
was a muddy mess with the final score of 19-0.
Calvin Coolidge High School of Washing-
ton, D. C. was the next victim. The Coolidge
boys held the Sentinels scoreless in the first
half. In the second half the Sentinels returned
to swamp the Coolidge team by the score of
The Ridgeley game was another easy one,
the score being 30-0. The Beall game was an-
other swamping. The score at the end of the
game was 55-O. The Hagerstown game was
one that just builds up to a climax. The final
score being 35-7.
The climax came on Thanksgiving Day, the
annual city championship game between Fort
Hill and Allegany. The teams were evenly
matched, and both were undefeated in nine
games for the season. This game was a battle
of the lines. Both teams were off their us-
ually good form. At the end of the first half
the score was 6-0 in favor of Allegany. The
second half opened with Fort Hill receiving the
kick on the twenty. Tucker returned the ball
worked up and down the field until only 3
minutes and 15 seconds to go. At this time
Cage passed to Alderton in the end zone for
a touchdown. The remainder of the game was
a battle of the air. The game ended with the
score: Fort Hill 6, Allegany 6. Thus ended a
sensational season for the Scarlet and White of
The baseball team captured the City and Bi-
State championships. They lost only six of
the twenty games they played. Coach Cav-
anaugh led the team with a sturdy hand. The
team as a whole played excellent ball all sea-
son, but Clarence Shaw, a pitcher, played
through the season with an arm which would
have kept the average pitcher out the whole
season. ln the Bi-State play-off game, Shaw
showed what a pitcher should be by standing
up against what looked to be a lost cause.
Shaw's pitching defeated Allegany three times
during the regular season. ln the final game
it was the outfielders who sparkled. Ronnie
Cage played a bang-up game in center field.
The baseball team was a brilliant success, and
its success was due to the brilliant coaching of
Handley 1, Hardinger
Trianguler 1, Tucker Hardinger 12
Elkins exhibit Iudd 9
Maryland U. 3, Tucker-Hardinger 5
Ouadrangular 1, Tucker ll
Allegany County l, Hardinger 12
Fort Hill Invitation l, Stevenson- Hardinger 14
City l, Moler 15
State 2, Hardinger 8
The volleyball teams, under the guidance of
Coach Snyder, bounced to championships in
the city, county and the W.M.I. leagues, for
both junior and senior high.
The junior high made a clean sweep of the
tournaments, while the senior high followed
through in the same fashion.
The volleyball tournaments are played on
Frostburg's State Teachers field every spring.
Five games were played by each team in one
day each game lasting for fifteen minutes.
The senior high co-captains were Mary Alice
Miller and Geraldine Kirby. Iunior High co-
captains were Anna Bosley and Ann Ginna-
The senior players were Mary Miller, Ger-
aldine Kirby, Helen Spiker, Ioyce Meyers,
Helena Warner, Shirley Kline, Shirley Pier,
Ioyce Fayman and Dolores Twigg.
The junior high players were Anna Bosley,
Ann Ginnaman, Hazel Rinker, Sherrell Parsons,
Shirley Norton, Lois Meyers, Doris Peterson,
Betty Crites, Patsy O'Neal, Virginia Pannone,
Patsy Manges and Ann Holler.
The softball tournament under the guidance
of Coach Resser copped the city, county and
W.M.l. League championships for both the
junior and senior high school.
The junior high made a clean sweep of the
tournament by defeating Allegany, Mt. Savage,
Beall, Central and Creasptown.
The seniors won all but the Allegany game.
Consequently, a tie with Allegany had to be
a playoff with Fort Hill winning this very im-
Doris Adams, as the senior high girls pitcher
did a bang up job. Senior co-captains were
Hudson and Adams. Iunior high captain was
The senior high lineup was catcher, Clara
Hudsong pitcher, Doris Adams, first base, Betty
De Anglo, second base, Dot Campbell, third
baseg Maxine Mellong shortstop, Donna Mur-
rayp left field, Oleta Conwayp right field, Ida
Mae Cagep Center field, Wanda Cameran.
BOYS BASKETBALL RESERVES
The boys' basketball reserves play games on
a home and home basis. Some of the teams
played are Piedmont, Central, La Salle, Beall,
Bruce, Barton, Allegany, Ridgeley, Romney,
Martinsburg, and Hagerstown.
Starting with only one hold-over from last
year's team, our reserve squad was composed
of mostly sophomores with two exceptions,
Ralph Thuss, junior, and Ronald Rowe, fresh-
Fundamentals of ball handling, shooting, and
team play were stressed throughout the season.
Their zone defense proved quite efficient on
several occasions. Their opponents were lim-
ited to only one or two field goals per game.
They have a fine record of only one defeat and
The team also played many independent and
church teams in the city. Coach Bigler led the
team to a very successful season. Mr. Bigler
is also assistant football coach.
The Canvas Crew is one of the most import-
ant organizations in the school. lt lines the
football field before every game, puts up can-
vas, and puts out benches for the players. The
crew is divided into two teams, with students
as the leaders of each team. Clinton Brotemar-
kle and George Wolfe are the captains. Coach
Cavanaugh is in charge of the complete crew.
One team puts up the canvas before the
games and takes it down after the game. The
other team lines the field.
The whole crew cleans and puts away equip-
ment at the end of the season.
These are the boys behind the scenes at our
football games in Fort Hill's Stadium.
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.lttttnriz D. Freeland, P. Weber, G. Garris, Mr. Bryce, S. Burner, H. Shipley.
lltanrhntiz I. Stl-1-n, L. Davis, l. Zeihaugh, C. Northtrraft, l. Nixon, B. Wtlswn. F. Vail tn.
The senior high boys and girls journeyed to Pittsburgh on February 12 to enter the Amerie
can Bubberband Duckpin Bowling Associations tournament at the Palmer Classic Alleys.
This was the fourth year that the tournament has been held and the first time that a team
outside of Pittsburgh won. Need we remind you that our girls took first place?
Fort Hill's girls' team went Friday, February ll, on the train with their chaperon, Helen
Vtfinebrenner. They stayed at the Sheraton Hotel on the south side of Pittsburgh. On Friday
ni tht they visited the bowling alleys where they rolled the following day.
The Palmer Classic had 28 alleys which were very beautiful and very fast. There the
girls met some very well known bowlers and picked up some very worth while information.
The team competed against five other teams in the tournament, most of which were from
The girls then went on a shopping tour of down-town Pittsburgh. They saw many in-
teresting sights on their excursion.
The girls were presented with a beautiful trophy and medals with their names engraved
on them. They also had their pictures taken by the Sun Telegraph News and the Cumber-
land Evening Times.
The girls who made the trip to Pittsburgh were Shirley Burner, lean Nicholson, Pauline
Weber, Hilda Shipley, Patty Lewis, and substitute, Dorothy Freeland.
The boys also went to Pittsburgh and bowled at the same bowling alleys as the girls.
They carrie in third in the tournament. The boys were Cloyd Owens, Bussell Clontz, George
Harris, Riley Payne, and Fred Corbin.
The iunior high school girls also have a mixed duck pin bowling league sponsored by the
National American lunior Bowling Congress.
These girls bowl weekly. The last Saturday in March they had a roll-off with other city
and county leagues. They sent to the association the highest teams average to be coni-
rtareii with other national scores.
The first ten teams shooting the highest series, or average, in the national tournament
rc -eived awards according to their place in the final standings.
Each divisional national champion will receive the following awards: each member will
ref'-eive an individual trophyy a team trophy which they will retain for one yearg and all players
and their coach will be awarded with an all-expense trip to Cleveland.
The following people are on the team D. Roby, M. House, P. Garvin, M. Lease, l. Sundere
land, M. Appel, E. Evans, B. Fletcher, B. Partmess, S. Twigg, l. Weltnian, C. lackson, M.
Hater, fl. Warnick, D. Miller, G. Gordon, V. Pannone, and A. Bingler.
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR
"Don't be shorpg don't be Ilotg iust be norturolf' This is the motto ol the A Coppello
C"hoir. This fine CIIOTCII club, under the competent direction ot Miss Annettc'1Yotes, hats hud
it hiqhly successful seoson.
The choir entertained mony Civic ond Church orqonizotions in Cumberlcrnd find plciyed
un imrtortcmt role in school music events, the Clirnox oi which wos the County Music' Festivul
presented in Moy.
In Mcrrch, seven members of the Choir represented Fort I-Iill in the All Morylcind Chorus
in Bcrltimore. Those ottendinq were Morilyn Tipton, Dorothy Brinkmon, Dorotholee Baines,
Iohn Miller, Bill Wilson, lcxmes Alderton, ond Clarence Thompson.
The officers ot the vlub were Bender Wotrinq, president, Betty Clinqermcin, secretory:
Ann Wilson, treosurerp Ethel Everett, Mory Deluozier, Bill Wilsori, ond Curl Tribut, libroricins.
The Boys ond Girls Glee Clubs, the troininq qround for Choir motericrl hove cyrlso Clie
mfrxed 111 sucresstul yeor.
The Boys Glee Club is under the leodership ot Miss Yutes. The oiliciers who served this
your were Corl Thompson, presidentg Clorenoe Thompson, vice presidentp Bender Wotrinq,
sevrotciry, Ted Vcrnorsdcile, treasurer, Bill Wilson, Emil I-Ioselberqer, Bill Brooks, librcrrions.
Under the direction oi Miss Morilyn Ashbouqh, the Girls Glee Club hos been very c1c'tive.
Serving cis officers were Dorothy Freeland, presidentg Beverley Bennett, secretory, Ethel Ev-
erett, Treusurerg Mciry Scxwers, Emily Popp, Beverly Bennett, Io Ann Bopp, Librorions.
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lliw Unit: fl. lkirtlwi V. Ntiilwiatt N. f-lnliwssnii. l. VVia.1er, M. li. Shrout, Ps. Mc'Danalti, A. Taylvi. l,. Davin, M
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FORT HILL PLAYERS
Aaain, Fort Hill's dramatic organizations have completed another successful year of do
li ihtfully interpretinq drama to students and adults.
'l'l'e Fort Hill Players, under the direction of Miss Helen Smith, has produced many en-
ioyahle and entertaining programs. Une of the activities which the Port Hill Players under
took was a play tournament in which the sophomore, junior and senior classes participated.
The plays were student directed. This year the judqes chose the juniors winners. The best
actress award was bestowed on a sophomore Shirley Taylor.
Another accomplishntent was the annual three-act play, Our Hearts Were Young and Gay.
This activity, a tremendous undertaking, required weeks of practice and preparation, The
Players also wrote, produced and presented the May Day Proqrarn.
The officers who served this year are: Alma Taylor, president, Charles Buiac, vice
presidentp Ioann Kilroy, secretary, and Emma lean Twiqq, treasurer.
Another dramatic organization is the Fort Hill Players Auxiliary. Unlike the Players,
they do not meet durinq school time. Their purpose is to aid the Players in their activities.
Officers were Rosalie Kinnnell, president, Betty Clinqerman, secretaryg Ann Wilson, Treas'
The Verse Speakina Choir works to achieve the blending of the voices of its inemlsers
into a harmonious chorus which lends new beaty to the speaking of poetry. lts activities are
not confined to the school as it has appeared before many civic organizations. Those holding
offices in this qroup this year are: Emma lean Twiqq, presidentg Mary Moulton, vice president
and treasurerg Lois Davis secretary.
The Thespians, is an honorary society of outstanding actors and actresses who have gain
ed enouah points for membership. This year formal and informal initiations were held for new
The officers for the past year were: Dorothy Brinkman, president, lanet Matlicli, secret
laryp and lack Cessna, treasurer.
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay
nsiz Sf-mod: I. Huff-r, A. LlI'11'l, E, Toykmr, M. Moultln, B. ffuldw, K. Rod 111 I L s Ill
rmfllnfgi T. FLIIXOW, N. Atkinson, G. Hilliqczs. VJ. Evans, D. Bunkrnrln, H. Q nsxl Q1 1 1' P YI ly
G, Stn'-ln, N. Hulwlwison, I, 1Uderton.
E. Taylor, D. Brinkman, K. Radrnffc, I, Cessna.
A. Linn, N. Atkinson, I. Alderton, T. Furlow
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay
The Fort Hill Players and their director, Miss Smith certainly deserved their Christmas va-
cation after presenting their annual three act play on December 10.
This year the players chose a well known comedy, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"
by Cornelia Otis Skinner. The play is based on a trip to Europe which Miss Skinner and her
friend Emily Kimbrough took during the summer of 1923.
Most of the action for this lighthearted comedy takes places on a ship crossing the Atlantic
Ocean. Through Emily's fear of water they meet two nice young boys, Harvard Medical stu-
dents. Their trip is jammed with hilarious adventures.
Perhaps one of the funniest scenes in the play occurs when Cornelia has an attack of the
measles the day the ship docks in France. Their escape from the medical inspector is up-
Their stay in France is enlivened by the presence of the French actor, Monsieur De La
Croix, who Cornelia thinks is interested in her acting, but who is only interested in her
father's arranging an American tour for him.
Our Hearts Were Young and Gay is one of the best comedies ever presented at Fort Hill.
The staff as well as the cast deserve much praise for their presentation.
Steward, lohn Hafery Mrs. Skinner, Karyln Radcliff: Cornelia Otis Skinner, Nadeane At'
kinsong Otis Skinner, lack Cessnag Emily Kimbrough, Ann Linn, Purser, Eugene Strieby, Stew-
ardess, Hazel Sensabaughg Dick Winters, Bill Evans, Admiral, George Stein: Harriet St. Iohn,
Dorothy Brinkmany Winifred Blaugh, Elva Taylorg Leo McDroy, Glenn Hillegasg Inspector,
Norma Ftobossong Therese, Barbara Carter: Madame Elise, Mary Molutonp Monsieur De La
Croix, Iames Aldertonp Window Cleaner, Thomas Furlow.
Sedted: I. Parker, C. Windish, R. Tipton, T, Arnold.
Standing: I. Fox, directory I. Matlick.
Se-ated: M. Moulton, L. Duvis, N. Robosson, H. Senscxbcxuqh
Stcndmqz T. Vczrnorsdcrle, I. Kilroy. directory W. Evans.
Seated: B. I. Clingerman, D. Brinkman, A. Linn, B. Carder.
Standing: G. Hillegas, C. Thompson, I. Alderton, I. Cessna, director.
THE PLAY TOURNAMENT
There was bustle and excitement backstage on that morning of February lO, for the
annual one-act play tournament was about to begin. Nervous directors followed by their casts
paced up and down. Then sounded the call, "Sophomores on stage!" The lights dimmed, the
curtains parted, and the tournament was on.
The sophomores presented a delightful comedy, "Mr. Lincoln's Whiskersf' The plot
centered around naive Pippa Cooper who had written to the not-too-handsome President Lin-
coln telling him that perhaps if he grew a beard, he Wouldn't frighten little boys and girls.
The anger of her father, Pippa's punishment and a visit from the President charmed the
audience, and Shirley Taylor's captivating portrayal of Pippa won her the best actress award.
Then, the juniors raised the roof with "Evening Dress Indispensable," their laugh provok-
ing tale of a girl who had developed an "artistic soul" and consequently had no time for men.
Her widowed mother, however, vowed that she would not marry twice until Sheila married
once. The complicating results held the audience enthralled.
Last on the program was the senior's entry, "Iacob Comes Home." This tense, fast-
moving drama which kept its audience on the edge of their seats, was the story of a Ger-
man-Iewish family awaiting the rumored arrival of their son from a concentration camp of a
member of their circle. lt came to its dramatic conclusion when a Nazi trooper brought
Iacobs ashes home to his family.
The curtains closed on another play tournament. The end of our story was then in the
hands of the judges. The casts waited auxiously for their decision. Then it came. The
junior play was victorious.
And now the battle is over. The tournament has been lost and won, and peace reigns
again in the realm of Dionysus.
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The '49 Sabres outstanding girl is well known
and liked around the hilltop. Blessed with
charm and humor, pretty, blonde Ann Linn has
distinguished herself in many ways.
She is interested in dramatics and has won a
place of honor in that field. ln 1948 she was
narned one of the best actresses in the play
tournament for her performance in "My Late
Espoused Saint", the junior play. This year
she had one of the leading roles in "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay" and in the Senior entry
in the play tournament "Iacob Comes Horne."
At home in the field of public speaking, Ann
has copped added honors for herself and for
her Alma Mater. ln the "I Speak For Democ-
racy" contest, she placed first among her class-
mates at Fort Hill and won second place in the
For two years Ann has been one of our cheer-
leaders and has added a great deal of pep and
color to our athletic contests.
A commercial student, Ann served on the
Mimeograph Crew and was also a member of
the A Capella Choir for two years.
To Ann, we wish all the success she so richly
Glen Burke, the outstanding senior boy of the
class of '49, well deserves this honor. His vari-
ous activities have made the school and the
community well aware of him.
Rating the highest on the Iuniata College
entrance examination, Glen displayed his
scholastic ability. ln Ianuary, he was selected
as a member of the National Honor Society.
On the football field he was distinguished by
his ability of place-kickingg he made a new city
record since Iimmy Manges' record of '48.
ln his junior year Glen was chosen as
treasurer of the Hi-Y. This year he was elected
to fill the position of president of the same or-
Glen's pleasing personality and congenial
smile have carried him far. His capability and
dependability have been proven in his various
The Sabre expresses its best wishes to Glen
as a future alumnus of Fort Hill.
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Seated: F. Mcliwnzio, F. Ryan, B. Matheny, G. Burke, L. Davis, I. Matti--k,
Standing: G. Mason, M. E. Shrout, D. Smith, P. Close, L. Meyers, H. Thuss.
Burke, kicking, Dicken, holding
Glen Burke has won another honor at Fort
Hill. For his achievements in football, basket-
ball, and baseball, he has been voted the out-
standing athlete of the year.
Glen has been a member of the football team
for four years. Two of these years he was on
the first team and in his senior year he was a
co-captain. Glen won a trophy for kicking extra
points, he kicked 34 points, thus topping lim
Manges' record of 32 points.
Glen has been on the basketball team for
four years. He was a member of the first team
during his senior year. He played the position
of guard and was the main factor in acquiring
many points for Fort Hill.
Each spring during the past four years, Glen
has gone out for baseball. He has been on the
first team for two years. Throughout all of these
activities Glen has demonstrated his good
sportsmanship and fair play.
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Shirley Lynch, Donna Rowan.
Gay Pentony, Virainia Bennett, Greta Crites, Lois Davis, Iean Foote She-rretl Parsons
tee Kimble, Io Ann Shirey, Oleta Conway.
Io Ann Shirey-Twelfth Grade
Oieta ConwayARosa1ee Kirnrneti
Lois Davis-Greta Crites
Virginia Bennett-lean Poale
Gay Pentony-Sherrell Parsons
Iunior High Attendants
Donna Rowan-Shirley Lynch
Io Ann Shirey
This year Io Ann Shirey reigned as Queen of the May. Her senior at-
tendants were Rosalee Kimmell and Gleta Conway. Iuniors chosen were
Lois Davis cmd Greta Crites. lean Fogle and Virginia Bennett represented the
sophomore class, and from the freshman class, Gay Pentony and Sherrell Par-
sons were selected. Representatives from eighth and seventh grades were
Donna Bowen and Shirley Lynch.
The May Day program was presented under the direction of Miss Helen
Smith. A photograph album was the predominate theme throughout the pro-
Io Ann has been a member of the May Queen's court for two consecutive
years. Her pleasant smile and charming personality have made her very
popular among her classmates. Her scholastic work has also been outstanding,
and as editor of the Sabre, Io Ann has done a fine piece of work.
How Ono: l.. Wentling, E. I. Clingerman, L. Hovatter, E. Taylor, C. Malsberry, M. Hoble, I. A. Shiroy. D. Triplvtt
How Two: N. Hicks, E. Popp, N. Atkinson, B. Browne, I. Gordon, D. Raines, N. Rolvcsson, W. Mt'CnlIouqli, A. Taylor
ltaw This-wx I. Fox, D. Brinkman, I. Matlick, L. Clark, A. Hire, S. Kline, E.Twiaq.
How Flint: I. Miller, l.. Ivlclfenzic, G. Pwurke, H. Matlick, W. Renolds.
How l"1v1,: T. Kahosky, I. Errkard, H. Birmingham, D. Teeter, B. VVilson, E. Rankin, F. Rib y, G. llarris, T. Ilurlow.
THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The highest goal attained by a student in his or her high school career is
to obtain membership in the National Honor Society.
The members ot this Honor Society are selected by the faculty. They are
chosen according to their scholarship, leadership, character and service. Forty-
two points are needed scholastically by each member before he is eligible for
The forty members taken into the Honor Society this year compose the
largest number ot students ever to be taken into the Honor Society. Thirty-
tive of the forty new members are seniorsg there are five juniors.
Each year the new members are initiated by the live seniors who were
selected as members ot the Honor Society during their junior year.
Fort Hill has the only Honor Society in Cumberland. lt began in the Penn-
sylvania Avenue School, October 5, l93l, under charter number ll38.
SABRE EDITORS AND ADVISORS
131'-rw-wi: Mx. IU!-'ln-x inrmrmcml mivisurg Io Ann Shimy, 0KIIIOl'lVl'lAIlICIj Emily Popp, f1ssuf'1c1t0 Piillwlj IvII,I'iKI'I'.I'I1UIl
.uuplxy L1-lviswx, Siundlnqz Mr. Enqlv, Ml.Kl0mp11s,iCn'ulty Cxdvisols.
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E. Taylor, P. Taskor, M. Hobel, R. Kimmell.
How Two: R, Wxlson, C. Hull, I. A. Lewis, W. MCCollouqh, G. Crites, N. Lovell, E. EVQ-mit, O. Conway, M. Mellon
B. Brcxtt, I. A. Shiroy, N. Payne.
How Three: I. Hufvr, I. Aldwrton, Mlss Smiih, advisor, B.McxthQny, K. Rcxdvlxffcx I. Dwkelhoff, I. M. Ccxczcf, H. Srump
D, Triplett, D. Growdon.
How Four: V. Stallmnqs, G. Stmn, G. Hilloqcls, B. Evans, I.Sov1lle.
FORT HILL PLAYERS AUXILIARY
Srlhnfqi Mrs. Kkvstmrrrcrrm, Mrs, Srhofff-r, Mr. W, W, Ron, Mrs. Ymdm, Mrss Hcrylxovrlrl.
Smnriinfqz Gr-orqfw Dorrfvvor, Harold Bohm.
N01 Prvturvd: Mr. E. R. Hare, Mr. Andrew Moreland.
rnlwd: Mrss Lyrim Lurrrq, Mrs. Loch Cflriiord, Mrs. lone Lmrurx Mrs. Bztssrrr Dovrs, Mrs. Morqcrf-I
tundmu: Mrs, Hmrwt O'Nc-GT, Mrs. BC-ss Srmlh, Mrs, HGZO1 Mcrrtm.
Nm Prvtrlrvcii Mrs. Grow' Holyfxrci,
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"Where most people tune mos? of the time."
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I Best wishes fo the Class of 1949
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THE TIMES and ALLEGANIAN
The Cumberland News
They're Delicious and Nutritious
THAT'S LIBERTY'S BUTTER MILK, CHOCOLATE MILK,
COTTAGE CHEESE, WHIPPING CREAM, ORANGE-ADE, COFFEE CREAM
Liberty's dairy foods are far above the average in taste appeal and nutritional
qualities. They contain essential vitamins that are your first line of defense
against illness, nutritional deficiency and lack of energy. Secure yours at the
neighborhood store or call 77 and our route man will do the rest.
LIBERTY MILK COMPANY
450 Race Street Phone 77 Cumberland, Maryland
QUEEN CITY DAIRY INC.
I Compliments of
, R. H. I.APP and SONS
' PLUMBING AND HEATING
716 Oldfown Road
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THE KENNEWEG CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS SINCE 1890
180-184 Baltimore Street
Gold Bar and Lily Valley
Canned fruit and vegetables
Daniel Webster and Tom Thumb Flour
Fort Hill students enjoy Martin's Hot Dogs because they are skinless and delicious
and wholesome and as American as the 4th of July.
Have you had any lately?
417-421 MARYLAND AVENUE
Lead the dance parade this year with a corsage from
BOPP'S FLOWER SHOP
75 Baltimore Street Phone 2582-2581
One location only.
HARVEY'S JEWELRY STORE
FORT HILL CLASS RINGS
- osenbaum s
Crowning 100 years of Tri-state service
Why miss an important engagement
Just phone 505
Now even better service-thanks to our 2-way radio
C A M E H A S
Compliments of Hoffman's
F I L M S
Sealtest Ice Cream
L P R O I E C T O R S
DAIRY co. ,
Williams Street Cumberland, Maryland
l 35 N. Liberty Street
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Pennsylvania Avenue-Fort Hill
PASTEURIZED MILK, CREAM, AND DAIRY
WALNUT PLACE BETWEEN PACA AND
cms cox, MANAGER ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
PHONE 311 AND 312
GU RLEY BROS.
Your Dodge Dealer
123 S. Liberty Street Phone 258
specialize in wedding and decorated
cakes, breads, rolls, and pies.
Edward F. Clinebell, Proprietor.
239 Williams Street
Distributors of Southern Oxygen and
and Supply Company r Coyle Brothers
Portable Electric Weldixxq Sannary Market
Acetylene welding and cutting
S. C. Twigg Phone 4714 232 Vlfglhld AVENUE Pl'l0l1e 1734
102 Wineow Street
ROY l.. MERRITT
Thomas at Second Phone 3546
Phone 640 'll2 Virginia Avenue
"Outfitters to Champions"
30 N. Mechanic Street
SOUTH END MARKET
H. K. Poling, Proprietor
Meats, groceries, and produce
Phone 739 408 Virginia Avenue
Compliments of the
214 Virginia Avenue
Charles T. Hare, President
Best wishes to the class of '49
R. K. LATH RUN
403 East Oldtown Road
Grocery Company, Inc.
143 Union Street
Distributors for Robin Hood Flour,
StokeIy's canned fruits and
LEAR and OLIVER
Webster K. Edwards
H. Clifford Spiker
TRUITT DRUG CO.
Your doctor's right-hand man
Phone 364 238 Virginia Avenue
Forward looking men look to our fa-
mous make clothes to help them make
Names you know
Botany . . . McGregor . . . Dobbs . .
Swank . . . Interwoven Alligator . . .
Hickey Freeman . . . Hickok . . . Arrow
. . . Aqua Togs . . . Koroseal . . . Paris
. . . L'Orle Marxman . . . Manhattan
. . . Hansen . . . Surretwill . . . McCur-
1 the right impression.
GEORGE'S CREEK COAL
liberty Trust Company Building
McCRORY'S 5c and l0c E
Extends congratulations and best wishes
to the Class of '49
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L! IALTIMORI T.
Agents for Stieff Sterling
Fashions for iuniors
When serving be sure it's
SPEELMAN ICE CREAM
Fancy creations for all occasions
"Quality and service since 1878"
Phone I690 Cumberland
429 N. Mechanic Street
EILER CHEVROLET INC.
We give excellent service on all
makes of cars and trucks
2 I 9 Mechanic Street
RAY'S HOMADE SHOP
Homemade Ice Cream and Candy
Ben M. Kamens George I.. Kline
It pays to cross the town to the
KLINE FURNITURE COMPANY
405 Virginia Avenue
When you think ol furniture, carpets
and pianos, think of
317 virginia Avenue 249 Virginia Avenue
Best Wishes to the class of '49
Newcomer Jewelry . . . Fine iewelry
loans made . . . expert watch repairing.
Formerly of Hamilton Watch Co.
215 Virginia Avenue
Compliments of the
243 Virginia Avenue Phone 3922
Records - Radios - Phonographs
Open 9 till 9
303 Virginia Avenue
Electric and plumbing supplies. hard-
ware. paints. and glass
B and T AMOCO SERVICE
Joe Bowers and .Iurdy Tichnell
Gas, Oil, Lubrication, Washing
Best wishes to the class of '49 from
REYNOLDS and MENDENHALL
Smoker's needs-Cigarettes, Cigars,
I304 Virginia Avenue i
, 9 South Center Street
For your convenience I
SOUTH END CLEANERS DYERS ,
y MERRILL BROS. MARKET
PAN CLEANERS ,
, 47 Virginia Avenue
N. Center Street y
"The store that made eggs famous."
Class of "49"
N. Center Street
POST SERVICE STATION
AND CITY CLEANERS DYERS
Cumberland, Maryland I
Oak and Second Streets
GARLITZ BROS. SELF SERVICE
Complete low cost food shopping
FIFTH STREET GROCERY
309 Fifth street
Corner of Grand Avenue and
Fin' shed y George Furstenberg, Prop.
Firestone 183 Baltimore Street
Harry N. Iles
H. E. SMITH GROCERY
Meats, Groceries, Produce
We Deliver Phone 2164
FRANK J. DAVIS
613 Maryland Avenue
W. R. RICE GROCERY
Fresh Meats and General
Domestic Plumbers and Hot Merchandise
106 Oldtown Road Phone 1913
5 Mary Street
432 Virginia Avenue
325 Virginia Avenue
CONLON INSURANCE AGENCY
Travel Agency Liberty Trust Building
HARBAUGH'S BOOK STORE
I8 Baltimore Street
KEYSTONE SHOE STORE
CUT RATE SHOE STORE
NATIONAL FRUIT STORE
203 Baltimore Street
MONARCH PRINTING CO.
Phone 1436 II6 Frederick Street
4 Cumberland, Maryland
KAPLONS YOUNG MEN'S
SHOP THE SPORTS sHoPPE
Timely Clothes Arrow Shirts 108 Frederick Sheet
Athletic Outfitters Trophies
BEN FRANKLIN STORES
Nationally known Locally owned
Headquarters for school supplies, gifts,
toys and novelties
LIBERTY CLEANERS and
DYERS, INC. PLANT
Williams and Wineow Street
lNext to the A and P Super Marketl
5 N. Liberty Street Phone 2009
Special cash and carry prices
Let's meet and eat at
I1 N. Mechanic Street
HILL'S TOY STORE
Headquarters for party favors and dec
orations, dishes, wallpaper, glassware
paint and all holiday novelties.
45 N. Center Street
LAURENT GROCERY and
Congratulations to the class of 1949.
Corner of Oldtown Road and Race Street
Roller skate for health's sake
CRYSTAL PARK ROLLER RINK
We buy and sell used but not
op dollar paid for good cars. Top
prices paid for good cars.
315 S. Centre Street
430 Williams Street
Congratulations to the Class of '49
WARD N. HAUGER, Jeweler
11 S. Centre Street
Liberty Trust Building
Quality work done in our own plant,
dry cleaning, pressing, drying, repairs,
alterations. Cleaned, repaired. glazed,
stored. We offer summer and winter
501 Virginia Avenue
Cumberland 4056R 527W2
KEECHES DRUG STORE
Prescriptions carefully compounded
43 Vir inia Avenue Phone 1686
Groceries Tobaccos Confections
261 Williams Street
CUMBERLAND CLOAK and
48 to 58 Baltimore Street
Good goods come in little packages
S. T. LITTLE JEWELRY STORE
Nearly 100 years on Baltimore Street
Shop and Save at
The big friendly furniture store
Our most sincere and best wishes to the
Class of '49
137 Virginia Avenue
General Electric and Philco
Approved Manufacturers Service
Phone 1208 "At the Subway"
600-02 Virginia Avenue
Prescriptions called for and delivered
Meats Produce Groceries
Open until 9:00
176 Baltimore Street
817 Maryland Avenue
Henderson and Bedford Streets
IAMES B. REINHART
M. D. REINHART AGENCY
Insurance and Realtor
Liberty Trust Building
In Cumberland almost everybody wears
Sewing Machines, floor and hand
shoes from vacuums, electrical appliances
wEBB's Shop Q,
Featuring Time Shoes for men and wom- SINGER SEWING CENTER
en at greatly reduced prices.
73-75 N. Centre Street 74 N. Centre Street Phone 394
115 Frederick Street
Royal Standard Typewriters
Royal Portable Typewriters
LANDIS TYPEWRITER CO.
For cemetery memorials of
D. R. KITZMILLER MEMORIALS
Frederick and George Streets
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G. C. SENSABAUGH, INC.
215 Thomas Street Phone 1322
MAX'S BARBER and
15 North Liberty Street
HAROLD V. BLOOM
Automobile Papers a specialty
Automobile and Fire Insurance
Liberty Trust Bldg.
Phone 695-M Cumberland, Maryland
JOE'S TEXACO SERVICE
1201 Oldtown Road
Motor Oil Marfax Lubrications
HAST'S SERVICE STATION
Bedford Road Phone 896
Sandwiches Soft Drinks
STEWART MUSIC HOUSE
Private Lessons on all Instruments
Quality band and orchestra
instruments for sale
JOHNSON HEIGHTS CLEANERS
8 hour service a specialty
Call For and Deliver
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Join the Club and Help Fort Hill.
WILLIAM D. KAYLOR
Official Sabre Photographer
We, the Sabre Staff of I949 compliment the Senior Class for their full co-
operation in making our year happy and successful.
We wish the Sabre Staff of I950 as much success as we have had.
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