Fort Hill High School - Sabre Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)
- Class of 1953
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The setting: Fort Hill High School
The time: The past, the present, the future
The main characters: The Seniors of 1953
In supporting roles: All underclassmen
The directors: The school administratorsg the facultyg the Board of Educationg
the parentsg the community
For twelve years, the members of the class of Nineteen Hundred Fifty-
three have starred in a dynamic drama upon which the curtain never closes -
the drama of education for living. From Fort Hill High School, these Seniors
now enter the larger stage of life, while supporting Casts emerge to assume the
roles of stardom in the school - truly "drama without end."
Mr. Heisey and Mr. Moorhead planning
the study hall schedule.
A gentleman who never fails to say
good morning to everyone is our new
assistant principal, Mr. Scott Moorhead.
Working with the producer, Mr. Moor-
head has many jobs. Opening the morn-
ing exercise and handling the discipline
cases are just a few of these. It is through
his good judgment and understanding
that he has gained the respect of all.
To Mr. Victor D. Heisey, our princi-
pal, we, the Seniors of '53 wish to ex-
press our appreciation for his outstand-
ing guidance and leadership. Each year
his ties of friendship become more bind-
ing and each link of understanding
grows stronger. With these thoughts in
mind, the Class of '53 says good-bye to
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The Management, reading L. to R., is Mr.
Victor D. Heisey, Chairmang Mr. Thomas
Hinds, Industiral Artsg Mr. Ralph YVimer, Guid-
anceg Mr. Carl Ritchie, Commerical: Mr. Robert
Morris, Social Studiesg Mrs. Madeline Mewshaw,
Student Council: Mr. Scott Moorhead, Assistant
Chairman: Mr. Robert Bigler, Scienceg Mrs.
Lcnore Resser, Healthy Miss Yola Hudson,
Home Economics and Miss Nellie Willison, Eng-
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THE PRODUCERS' GUIDES
The office . . . this busy place is run
exceptionally well by the secretary, Mrs.
Kitty Wilson, and her assistant, Mrs.
Lorraine Often. They are never too
busy to help the students, teachers, and
visitors with their many problems.
Mr. Ralph Wimer, our guidance di-
rector, is the cheerful man who tries to
find an answer to all our problems.
From the information gained from the
college catalogs on the shelves in his
office, Mr. Wimer is ready to help the
students choose the proper college or
the right field of work.
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Miss Blake Miss Boughton Miss Bowen Miss Brotemarkle Miss Calemine Miss Cun
Bennett, Mrs. Naomi, B.A., Susquehanna University, English, Library Clubj Blake, Miss Mar-
garet, B.S., Ifrostburg State 'Teachers College, English, Creative Writing Club, Boughton, Miss
Lillian, M.A., Columbia University, English, Bowen, Miss jean, BA., University of Maryland,
Core, Knitting Club, Brotemarkle, Miss Twila, BA., Western Maryland College, English, Dramat-
ic Club, Caleniine, Miss Mary M., M.A., University of lVest Virginia, English, Sentinel, Cumbee,
Miss Kathleen, BA., Southern College, English, Senior Class Arluiser, Dunlap, Mrs. Carolyn,
MA., University of Maryland, Reading, Talent Club, MacMillan, Mr. Robert, A.B., Bowling
Green College of Commerce, Core, Pritchard, Miss Gerardine, MA., University of Maryland,
English, Honor Society, Smith, Miss Helen, B.A., lVestern Maryland College, English, Players,
7'lu'.vpian.v, Player.: Auxiliary: 'I'eter, Miss Naomi, B.S., University of Maryland, Reading, Eng-
lish, Square Dancing Club: lVillison, Miss Nellie, A.B..,lVesterr. Maryland College, English,
junior Town Meeting, Chairmang Workman, Miss Mary, M. Ed., University of Maryland, ling-
lishg Dunn, Mrs. Rachel, A.B., lVestern Maryland College, Reading, Dramatic Club. lNot
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English can be fun!
Mrs. Dunlap Mr. MacMillan Miss Pritchard Miss Smith Miss Teter Miss Willison Miss llorkm
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Where's the moderator?
Mr. Engle Mil Ford Mr. Higgins Mrs. Hilton Miss McCulley Mr. McProuty
- Engle, Mr. James, M.A., Columbia University, Social Studies, Reading, Photography, Sabre,
' ' , Ford, Miss Alverda, M.A., lvestern Maryland College, Wvorld History, Ushers Club, Higgins, Mr.
., ' tb James, A.B., Western Maryland College, Social Studies: Hilton, Mrs, Nellie, A.B., Western
Maryland College, Social Studies, Square Dancing Club, McCulley, Miss Regina, A.B., Western
A 3' , Maryland College, Social Studies, Library Club, McProuty, Mr. William, B.S., Concord College,
,A,,, is g ' Social Studies, Camping Club, j. V. Football and Ba,sketball,- Morris, Mr. Robert, M.S., Penn
ii i M A' V J State, History, Chairman, Myers, Miss Lillian C., M.A., Western Maryland College, U.S. History:
Stickley, Mr. Paul, M.A., West Virginia University, Social Studies, English, Swimming Club,
Winsheimer, Mr. Frank, M.A., Columbia University, Social Studies, Psychology, Social Dancing
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KVVKEQE 0051 guilds Oun HERITAGE
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Mr. Ferguson Mrs. Hast Mr. Hinds Miss Hudson Mr. Kipp Mrs. Mulholland
9 I' St t Vocational Woodwork Stage Crew' Ferguson Mr John
Alexander, Mr. Lee, Ba., enn . a e, ' . . A . . , , . ,
B.S., Stroudsburg State Teachers College, Drafting, Hast, Mrs. Cassie, B.S., University of West
Virginia, Home Economics, Serving Club, Hinds, Mr. Thomas, B.S., VVestern Michigan College of .
liduration, Industrial Arts, Chairman, Hudson, Miss Yola, B.S., University of Maryland, Home if
I-Zconomics, Boys Chef Club, Kipp, Mr. Wade, IVIA., University of Maryland, Industrial Arts, ',
l'l1ulngraj1l1y Club: Mulholland, Mrs. Olive, B.S., Indiana State Teachers College, Home Econo- is
mics, Robertson, Miss Ozella, MA., New York University, Home Economics, jr. Tri-Hi-Y K
Club, Strem, Mr. Lawrence, M. I-ld., California State Teachers College, Mechanical Drawing, qi -X
Model Building Club. i gg,.s N .
The sewing bee.
onoz and ,yfnowfscf .s
Tinkering with tools.
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Mrf Bigler Mr. Bryce Mr. Burchard Mr. McVicl4.er Mr. Pellerzi Mr. Perdew
Bigler, Mr. Robert, M.A., Ohio State University. Science, Projection Crewg Bryce, Mr. Charles.
M. Ed.. University of Pittsburgh, Science, Wildlife Club, Bowling Club, Burchard, Mr. Willard,
M.A., University of Pittsburgh, Chemistryg McVicker, Mr. john, M. Ed., University of Pittsburgh,
Science, Science Club, Senior Hi-Y Club, Pellerzi, Mr. joseph, B.S., I-'rostburg State Teachers
College, Science, Astronomy Club, Perdew, Mr. Paul, B.S., Gettysburg College, Biology, Pro-
jection Creufg Reed, Mr. john, B.S., Shippenburg State Teachers College, Science.
Test tube tribulation.
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Life with the plants.
Davis Mr. Gilpin Mrs. Hughes Mrs. Mewshaw Mr. Perry Mrs. Schleifman MIS Shobe
Davis, Mr. .-Xrthur, ILA., Washington and jefferson College, Mathematics, Gilpin, Mr. Curtis,
BS., Frostburg State Teachers College, Mathematics, Puppet Club, junior Hi-Y, Hughes, Mrs.
Ada, ill., XYestern Maryland College, Mathematics, lllrmitors Club, Mewshaw, Mrs. Madeline,
M. lid., University of Maryland, Mathematics, Senior Student Council, Perry, Mr. Kiarl, MA.,
Columbia University, Mathematics, First Aid Club, Sehleifman, Mrs. Veronica, AB., Western
Maryland College, Mathematics, Travel Club, Shohc, Mrs. Rosalie, B.S., johns Hopkins Un-
iversity, Mathematics, Hmzziirraft Clubg Young, Mr. Robert, M.S., University of Pittsburgh,
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Legitimate study of curves and angles!!!
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Mrs. Allamong Mr. McMillion Mr. Price Mr. Ritchie
Allamong, Mrs. Hannah, M.Ed., University of Maryland, Business Education, McMillion, Mr.
Calvin, B.S., West Virginia Tech, Shorthand, Typing, Price, Mr. Robert, M. Ed., University of
Pittsburgh, Typing, Bookkeeping, Mimeogmph Crew, Rice, Miss Martha, A.B., Western Mary-
land College, Business Training, W'orld History fnol: picturedjg Ritchie, Mr. Carl, M.Ed., Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Commercial, Senior Class Financial Adviser.
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How many words per minute?
Miss Burrall Miss Davis Mr. Hanson Miss Kraus Mr. Murphy Mr. Shumaker Mr. Williams
llurrall, Miss Lola, B.S., Penn State, Art, Poster Club, Davis, Miss Doris, B.M., Madison Col-
lege, Vocal Music, junior lk Senior Girls' Clee Clubs: Hanson, Mr. Harold, MA., Columbia
University, Vocal music, junior Ri Senior Hoyt' Gln' Club, Kraus, Miss Edwcna, A.B., Western
Maryland College, Latin, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Murphy, Mr. Thomas, A.B., Fairmont State College,
Art, Carlow: Club, Senior Ili-l',' Sliumaker, Mr. Warren, MA., Middlebury College, Spanish,
Spanish Clllllj Williams, Mr. Gordon, ILS., Mansfield College, Music, junior lk Senior Bands,
Yates, Miss Annctta, BA., XVestern Maryland College, Music, A Cappella Choir.
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Mr. Cavanaugh Mr. Fritz Mr. Hahn Mrs. Resser
Cavanaugh, Mr. John J., A.B., Washington College, Physical Education, Canvas Crew, Basket-
ball, Baseball, Fritz, Mr. Alfred, B.S., California State Teachers College, Driver Education,
Hahn, Mr. William, M.S., University of West Virginia, Physical Education, Football, Track,
Resser, Mrs. Lenore, B.S., Columbia University, Physical Education, Tumbling Clubg Snyder,
Mrs. Henrietta, A.B., Western Maryland College, Physical Education fnot pictured, .
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Listen closely, girls!!! I had it first!!!
Now he-re's how it goes!!!
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Row I: Carol Kniseley, secretary. Row II:
Gene Alderton, president: Miss Kathleen Cum-
bee, social adviserg Mr. Carl Ritchie, financial
adviser. Row III: Merle Smith, vice-presidentg
Robert DeVore, treasurer.
Casting their parts.
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The stage is once again set for a great drama! The program reads:
Act l- Thanksgiving Day Game - A victorious score of 37-13.
Act 2- "The Seven Sisters" - A smash hit.
Act 3- Senior Farewell Assembly - A memorable production.
Act 4- Senior Sermon - A solemn occasion.
Act 5- Graduation - The final curtain call.
Leading the stars for the '52-'53 season are Gene Alderton, presidentg Merle
Smith, vice-presidentg Carol Kniseley, secretaryg Robert DeVore, treasurerg Miss
Kathleen Cumbee, social adviserg and Mr. Carl Ritchie, financial adviser.
Symbolizing the class is the pink rose with colors of turquoise blue and
white. Going forth to serve with this thought in mind, "To better the best",
the final curtain drops for the Senior Class of 1953!
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A.DAMs, ANN KATI-IRYNE Academic
Future plans come under the heading of marriage.
Sabre 43 Band 2,5,43 Ushers 1,22 Glee Club l,2,3,43 A
Cappella Choir 53 Pinaiore 2.
ADAMS, SHIRLEY MAE Commercial
A Plus personality . . . plans to become a secretary
. . . enjoys movies.
Glee Club I3 Library Club 2,5,4.
ADAMS, WANDA LEE Academic
Tumbling Clubp Dramatic Club 13 National Honor
Society 3,43 Farewell Assembly 83 Sentinel 4.
AKERS, IRENE DELoREs Commercial
Likes to dance . . . horseback riding . . . enjoys movies
. . . marriage.
ALDERTON, ALBERTA MAE Commercial
Excellent commercial student . . . pleasant personality
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Glee Club l,23 Farewell Assembly 33 sookroom 4g
ALDERTON, WAYNE EUGENE Vocational
Ambition is college . . . pleasant personality.
Football 2,8,43 Co-catptain 43 Basketball 2,3,43 Track 2,3,
4: Senior Class Presi ent.
Adams, Ann Adams, Shirley
Akers, Irene Alderton, Alberta Alderton, Eugene
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fl' 'T ' Nice personality . . . liked by classmates . . . quiet type. Nice smile.
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237 ' 1 ATHEY, RONALD Vocational
EQ-1 g A' 5. Al-VAR01 ROBERT Academic Good natured . . . a smile for everyone . . . well liked
if ' ,D Willing photographer . . . helpful . . . quiet. . . . star.
J A Boys' Glee Club 2,83 Student Council 23 Baseball 2,3,43 F00tball 1,2,3,43 Co-captain 4.
f,,,3g3.,, Canvas Crew l'3 Sabre Photographer 3,4.
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APPLE, WALTER Vocational
Buddy . . . nice personality.
ARTHUR, ARTHUR GERALD Academic
Liked by everyone . . . has the ability to becomeagreat
National Honor Society 3,42 Hi-Y 2,3,4: President 43
Basketball 2,3,43 Farewell Assembly 33 Sentinel 43 Banu
l,2,3,4I Dramatic 1.
AYERS, LEWIS ROBERT Vocational
Lew . . . enjoys the away band trips . . . ambition
is to become a diesel machinist . . . weakness is pretty
Band 1,2,3,43 Hi-Y 3.4.
BALLOU, JOANNE Commerical
An attractive senior . . . to marry Chuck . . . live in
Health Room Attendant 3.4.
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BARNES, EDWARD Academic
The boy with a friendly smile . . . planning to attend
college . . . main interest is driving cars.
BARNES, NORWOOD General
Going to college . . . well liked by everyone . . . known
for his athletic ability.
Football 2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4.
BARTLES, JOHN FREDERICK Commercial
Bart . . . pleasant personality . . . always laughing . . .
friends enjoy being around him.
Basketball 1,25 Hi-Y 4.
BEIGHTOL, BARBARA LOUISE Commerical
Bursting with personality . . . never a dull moment
. . . main interest is to be a success.
Sabre 3,4g Ushers 2,3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: Monitors 2.3.43
, jr. Farewell Assemblyg Hospital Room.
BENDER, ALPHA PEARL Commercial
Alpha, although a commercial student, plans to become
BENSON, RONALD GENE General
Ronnie . . . undecided about his future plans but is
interested in being a mechanic.
Bergdoll, Thelma Bird, William Bock, Edward K X A
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BERGDOLL, THELMA VIRGINIA
Likes math and algebra . . . enjoys reading mystery
stories . . . has a friendly smile for everyone.
Cafeteria Staff 2,3,4.
BIRD, WILLIAM EDWARD General
Plans to spend his life in the U. S. Navy . . . full of fun
. . . never a dull moment.
Band l,2,3,4g Stage Crew 3, Jr. Farewell Assembly,
Bocx, EDWARD Commercial
Ed is interested in becoming a success.
BOLYARD, EUGENE R. General
Rags . . . veteran of the U. S. Air Force returned to
Fort Hill . . . proud to have him as a member of our
BOONE, MELVIN PAUL Commercial
Mel . . . wonderful personality . . . loads of fun . . .
has many friends.
Football Manager 1,2,3,4g Jr. Farewell Assemblyg Hik-
ing Club lg Mimeograph Crew 3,43 Players 41 Student
BOONE, NIJRITA LOU Commercial
Interested in secretarial work . . . a friendly person
. . . capable.
Glee Club 1.23 Mimeograph Crew 45 Knittin Club l:
Jr. Town Meeting l,2. g Bowman' Robert
BOXVMAN, ROBERT LEE Academic
Bob enjoys football games and television . . . liked by
BRANT, SHIRLEY HENRIEITA Vocational
Attractive . . . pleasing personality.
BREIOI-INER, JOAN LEE Commercial "' A
Wonderful personality . . . liked by evervone . . . plans if -
to become a secretary. .. .
Library Club 2,3,43 Student Council 1,23 Glee Club l. Qf '
BRINKMAN, SHIRLEY LEE Academic ruru .
Sweet smile . . . pleasing personality . . . many friends.
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A Cappella Choir l,2,3,43 Glee Club l,2,33 Octette
l,2,3,43 Student Council Senate 43 jr. Town Meeting 43
National Honor Society 5,43 jr. Farewell Assembly. Breighnerf Joan
BROTI-IERs, DAVID General
Nice personality . . . dependable.
BROWN, ALMA MAY General
Pleasing smile . . . very easy to get along with.
Monitors 4: Players.
BURKE, WILLIAM Vocational
Bill . . . planning to enter college.
BUsER, THOMAS PAUL General
Tom . . . tall dark senior . . . main interest is photo-
Boys' Glee Club l,2,33 Photography l,2,3,43 Sabre Pho-
tographer 4: Projection Crew 1,23 Choir 2,3: Mary-
land Chorus 53 H.M.S. Pinafore 23 jr. Town Meeting 4.
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CAMPBELL, BARBARA ANN Academic
Personable . . . interested in dramatics, music, dancing.
Glee Club l,2,3,43 Players and Auxiliary 2,S,43 Play
Tournament 3,43 "Best Actress" 3,43 Thespians 8,43
Song of America 3: May Day 3: jr. Farewell As-
sembly3 Sophomore Class Secretaryg Tri-Hi-Y l,2,33
Sentinel 2,53 Business Manager 4.
CAM PBELL, BARBARA JOAN Commercial
Sweet and petite young miss . . . next stop - marriage.
Dramatic Club l3 Glee Club 1,23 Ushers 2,3,43 Tri-Hi-
Y 3,43 jr. Farewell A5SCmblyQ junior Class Secre-
taryg Sabre Staff 4, Senior Class Editorg Softball 2.
CANTONE, FRANK Vocational
Personable . . . gets along well with others.
CARPENTI, ARTHUR Academic
Art . . . interested in becoming a success.
CARROLL, CONSTANCE LOUISE Commercial
Connie . . . nice personality . . . always smiling.
Players Auxiliary 2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33 Tri-Hi-Y 3,43
May Day 23 Pinafore 2: Ushers 33 Sabre 43 Sentinel
43 jr. Farewell Assemblyg Dancing Club l.
CASE, JAMES GILBERT General
Nice boy . . . sense of humor . . . Navy bound.
Players 33 Bowling Club 4.
CAVANAUGH, jOANN C. Commercial
jo . . . wonderful personality . . . energy plus.
Basketball, Volleyball l,2,3,43 jr. Farewell Assembly.
CHISHOLM, jOHN FREEMAN, jR. Academic
Regular guy . . . playful prankster . . . peppy . . .
likable . . . conversation lover.
Hi-Y 2,3.4: Band 2,3,4: Sentinel 43 Dramatic Club I3
jr. Town Meeting CO-Ordinating council 4.
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CIMMINO, DORIS JEAN Academic
Cheery . . . fun-loving . . . ambition is nursing.
Monitors l,2,33 Sophomore Class TTERSUTCYQ Players 3,
43 Thespians 3,43 Library Club 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y 3,43
Spanish Club 2,33 Song of America 3.
CLAPP, SARAH FRANCES Academic
Sociable . . . pleasing personality . . . ambition - nur-
sing . . . gab fests.
Library 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Monitors l,2,33 jr. Town
Meeting 23 Glee Club 2,33 Football Queen 43 Thespians
3,43 Sophomore Class President3 H.M.S. Pinafore 123
Players 3,43 Spanish Club 2,33 Song of America 3.
CLARK, AGNES ELIZABETH Academic
Attractive dignity . . . nonchalant . . . honor roll.
CLARK, VIRGINIA LAURA Commercial
jo . . . nice personality . . . intends to marry Carl.
CLEM, WILLIAM VANCE Academic
Sincere friendliness . . . likable fellow . . . dark eyes
. . . U.S.A.F.
CLONTZ, JEAN EMILY Commercial
Ieanie . . . sense of humor . . . petite . . . fun-loving
. . . enjoys all sports.
Basketball l,2,3,43 Farewell Assembly 33 May Day 33
Volleyball 1,23 Dramatic Club 13 Players 3,43 Soft-
Band l,2,3,43 Monitors 2,3. six C0LEfNIERRY MARTHA ACad6'7VliC
Brown eyes . . . dark hair . . . interested in Air Force.
CLARK, IVIARY EVA Co e O chest lg Glee lub3 Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Photography 13
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COLLINS, LOUELLA Vocational
CORLEY, IRENE MAY Commercial
Laughable . . . interested in
Mimeograph Crew 4.
being a secretary.
CooR, WILLIAM LESTER General
Plans to be a Paratrooper Officer . . . gets along well
with classmates . . . interested in skating.
Student Council 33 Players 4.
CRASS, MARY Lou Commercial
Nice personality . . . always has a ready smile.
Bowling Club 33 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
Clark, Agnes Clark, Mary Clark, Virginia
Clontz, jean Cole, Merry
Collins, Louella Corley, Irene Cook, William
CQSNERJ STANLEY General Crass, Mary Cosner, Stanley Crowe, Patricia
Keen sense of humor . . . plus personality.
CRowE, PATRICIA MAE Commercial ll , it A gi 5 ,1
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DATR1, 'DONALD Vocational
Nice . . . easy going . . . quiet reserved manner.
DAVIS, ERMA Commercial
Pretty puts it precisely . . . petite . . . sweet . . .
private secretory . . . quiet laughter . . . reliable . . .
Sophomore Vice-President: Bowling Club 33 Plavers
3: Song of America 3: May Day 33 .Sentinel 2,3,4g
jr. Farewell Assembly.
DAvIs, JAMES General
Tall . . . dark . . . good-looking . . . nice personality.
Song of America.
DAvIs, MARY AGNES Commercial
Pleasant . . . interests and future plans are to be a
Dolan, jack Dorrier, Darce Duff, Roy
DETER, CHARLES Vocational
Keen sense of humor . . . humorous snatches.
DEVORE, ROBERT EDWARD Commercial
A swell guy . . . future plans are undecided.
Glee Club 1,27 Mimeograph Crew 43 Senior Class
DICKEL, EDWARD R. Commercial
Smooth manner . . . witty . . . nice personality . . .
Band l,2,3: Stage Crew 2,3,4g Projection Crewg Base-
ball l,2,3,4g Players: Thespiansg Hiking Club 1.
DIRc:Ks, M ARGARET ICANN Commercial
Margie . . . cute personality . . . plans to go to Florida
and be a secretary . . . sports and decorating.
Bowling Club 3g Jr. Farewell Assemblyg Dancing Club
Durst, Delores Earle, Lois Edwards, Robert
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jr. Farewell Assembly: Hi-Y 2,3,4g jr. Class President:
Student Council President 45 Band l,2,3,4g Plavers 43
DORRIER, DARCE IRENE General
Nice personality . . . plans to get married.
DUFI-', Rov Academic
Zest for fun . . . likeable fellow . . .Igood-looking.
Football 1,25 Basketball 2: Student Council 35 Spanish
Club 3: Hi-Y 2,3,4.
DURST, DEI.0REs MAE Commercial
Pleasing personality . . . lots of friends.
Dramatic Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 1,45 Monitors 2,33 Ushers
l',2: Head Usher 3,43 jr. Town Meeting 1,25 Cafeteria
EARLE, Lois JESSIE Commercial
Lokie . . . bubbling over . . . mischievous female.
Glee Club l,2: Players Auxiliary 3,43 Library Club lg
Monitors 2: Ushers 3,4g Sabre 4: jr. Farewell As-
sembly: May Day 3: Pinafore.
EDWARDS, ROBERT M ATIAIEW General
Pleasant . . . good humored . . . lots of friends . . .
plans to be a paratrooper.
Photography 2,43 Glee Club 2.
ELLIOTT, JOSEPH Louis General
Lou . . . nonchalant . . . mischievous . . . class napper.
ELLSWORTH, JAMES EARL General
"Bromo" . . . good sense of humor . . . easy to get
along with . . . interests, girls. eating, sports.
Players 3,45 George Washington Slept Here 35 Song of
EVANS, LAVERNE MAXINE Commercial
LaVerne plans to get a job in Washington, D.C. . . .
her interests are football, swimming, and skating.
FAHEY, D4DLORES LARAINE Academic
Md. U. is her dream . . . active . . . gay personality.
Sabre Staff 25 Co-Editor 45 Monitors 1,25 Usher 1,35
Outstanding Usher Award 25 Play Tournament Cast
2,35 Director 45 Players 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Players
Auxiliar' 25 Sleepin Beaut 4: Geor e Washington
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Slept Here 35 Song of Amerha 35 Jr. Farewell Assem-
bly 35 Library Club 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y l.
FARRIS, JAMES Academic
Good-looking. . .football star . . . career in the Marines.
Football, basketball, track.
FISHER, BARBARA ANN Commercial
Glee Club 15 Knitting Club 1.
Pleasant personality . . . easy to get along with.
EWALD, LOUISE FRANKLIN Academic
Frankie . . . always smiling . . . sincere to all . . . hopes
to be a school marm.
Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Glee Club 2,35 Library Club 2,35 Sentinel
43 Players Auxiliary 3,45 Dramatic Club l.
. Evans, LaVerne Ewald, Louise Fahey, Dolores
Farris, James Fisher, Barbara
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Furlow, Wendyl Garlitz, Barbara Gehauf, JoAnn
Grady, Betty Graham, Richard Greise, Agnes
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Playels Auxiliary 25 Players 3,45 May Day 3.
Nice personality . . . musical ability . . . tall.
A Cappella Choir.
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FURLOWV, WENDYL JEAN Academic
Tops in personality . . . head cheerleader . . . intel-
lectually alert . . . jun fan . . . petite . . . energy plus.
Sentinel 2.3,4: Feature Editor 45TJr. High Cheerleader
25 Senior High Cheerleader 3,45 ri-Hi-Y 1,2,35 Players
Auxiliary 35 May Day 3: Jr. Tow91'Meeting 35 High-
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1 ertij-Kwiplfih . . ycute smile.
Ik Wi-Y 1,2 5 with 11,25 Volleyball 2: Dm-
jf , aticDC1 1: .V. .heer der Players Auxiliary 2:
V plggjers , ' pian ,49 Squftmel 3,45 Spotlight Edi'
pf! V1 jhtgeor ashjngtori pt Herep Song of America
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J' .Jjwat . . . talkative . . . ambition to marry Denny.
Health Room Attendant 3,4.
GRADY, BETTY LOUISE Vocational
Crowning glory . . . nice personality.
Players 45 Cafeteria Staff 2,3,45 Senior Art 2,3,45 Art
Club 3,45 Painting Club 3,45 Music 2,3,4.
GRAHAM, RICHARD Vocational
Witty . . . blond . . . carefree . . . friendly.
GRE1sE, AGNES PEARL Commercial
Sweet personality . . . has many friends.
GRoss, MARGARET ALMEDA Vocational
Tall . . . attractive . . . quiet and pleasing personality.
HAEER, MARY ANNE Academic
Popular . . . fun-loving . . . naturally bright.
Glee Club Ig Dramatic Club lg Ushers 1'g Jr. Tri-Hi-Y
l,2,8,4g junior Band 25 Fort Hill Players Auxiliary 2g
Play Tournament 2: Sentitiel 2,3,4g Fort Hill Players
2,31 Farewell Assembly 3: George Washington Slept
Here 3: Thespians 3.4: National Honor Society 3,45
Play Tournament Director 43 Student Council 45 I
Speak For Democracy.
HAINES, JANET DAWNE Commercial
Never a dull moment . . . fun to be with.
Fort Hill Auxiliary 1.2,3: Ushers 3: Monitor L23
Dancing Club lg Farewell Assembly Sp Sabre 43 Sentinel
4: Library lp Prom Committee 3.
HAMMOND, HAROLD Commercial
Quiet personality . . . has many friends.
Projection Crew l,2,3,4g junior Town Meeting 3.
HARDY, BERTIE JOANN Academic
Sweet disposition . . . has many friends.
Monitor lg Glee Club l,2: Basketball l,2,3,4g Farewell
Assembly 35 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
HARE, LEROY Academic
Bunny . . . quietly enjoying life . . . brilliant student.
Hi-Y 2.3.43 Sentinel 43 Players 8,43 Players Auxiliary 8g
Play Tournament 3.
HARPER, DOROTHY IVIAY Vocational
Cute . . . pleasing disposition . . . housewife.
HEAVENER, ROGER Academic
Shy . . . friendly.
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Haines, janet Hammond, Harold Hardy, JoAnn
Hare, Leroy Harper, Dorothy HCHVCYICT, Roger
HECKERT, BEVERLY JOAN Academic
Very nice . . . friendly smile.
Glee Club 3,43 Sabre 45 Library 5,43 Farewell Assem-
RAE Commercial .
Neyer a dw jjzogigntv . . man frieniis . . . secretary.
Dancing V, 'Ca a Sftagdf , . 1, ' '-- ,, .,'. 1 ,
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HERRINC, EONALD f I I 'Commercial
Never quiet . . . cute blonzfl ffmanlyf?
Football l,2: Hi-Y 45 Chemistry Club 1,25 Farewell D .
HILL, MARY AGNES Commercial
Never still . . . pleasant smile.
Mixed Chorus l,2g Dancing Club lg Girls' Softball
Team 2: Glee Club 2,8,43 Fort Hill Players 45 Thes-
HINKLE, SHIRLEY Lou Commercial
Future plans . . . to .go to Baltimore . . . quiet.
A Mixed Chorus l'.
HOCKMAN, DENNY General
Likeable person . . . U.S. Air Force . . . mania 5
Hunting Club lg Glee Club 3,45 Choir 4: Student
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Pleasant personality . . . friendly to everyone . . .
honor student . . . hard worker . . . interests are mu-
sic, dramatics . . . ambition, become a singer.
A Cappella Choir 2,3,4: Glee Clubg Players 49 Jr.
HULL, HAROLD Vocational
Grand personality . . . athletic type . . . always a
smile . . . liked by everyone.
HUFFMAN, LAVAUDA Commercial
Nice personality . . . future plans, to be a secretary.
A Cappella Choir: Glee Club.
ISER, CLARENCE Vocational
Pleasant personality . . . well liked.
ISOM, ARTHUR E. General
Art . . . an active Fort Hillian . . . hopes to work in a
defense plant . . . joining the Air Force.
Football l,2,3,4g Hi-Y 3,45 Track 1,25 Hiking Club.
llser, Clarence Isom, Arthur Jackson, Carol
Hull, Harold Huffman, Lavauda
JACKSON, CAROLE ELAINE Commercial
Sweet personality . . . active band member . . . ambi-
Jackson, Norman Jones, Barbara Kaiser, James
La Kennedy, David Kerens, Ruth Kessell, Shirley
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JACKSON, NORMAN D. Commercial
Stoney . . . lover boy . . . attractively attired . . .
hereafter-Hercules . . . mischievous grin.
Hi-Y 3,43 Players 3,43 Basketball 35 Projection Crew
2,3,4g Thespians 2,33 Play tournament 2,4.
JONES, BARBARA ANN Commercial'
Pleasing personality . . . lots of fun.
Monitor 2,35 Library 3.
KAIsER, JAMES General
Always a smile for everyone . . . muscles . . . person--
KENNEDY, DAVID E. Vocational
Dave . . . ambition is college or Trade school . .
friendly to everyone.
KERENS, RUTH WILMA Commercial
Witty . . . always on the go . . . many friends . . .
main interest is going to college.
KESSELL, SHIRLEY IRENE Commercial
Keen sense of humor . . . enjoys singing . . . interested
in secretarial work.
A Cappella Choir: Librarian 2,35 All Maryland Chor-
us 3.45 Octette 2.3,4p Glee Club 1,2,3,4g May Day
2,35 H.M.S. Pinaforeg Players Auxiliary 2,3: Jr. Fare-
well Assemblyg Bookroom Cashier.
KESTER, SUZANNE RUTH Academic
Cheerleader . . . interest is music . . . sweet marmer.
Players Auxiliary 2,3,4g A Cappella Choir 2,35 Dra-
matic Club lg Band l,2,3,4g Cheerleader 4g Glee Club
2,35 Jr. Farewellg Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4.
KETTERMAN, JAMES Vocational
Kniseley, Carol Knippenburg, S.
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KEvsER, JOAN Vocational
Cheerful disposition . . . liked by all students.
KNISELEY, CAROL ANN Academic
This petite young lady has a personality that has won
her many friends.
Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,43 Farewell Assembly 33 Song of Amer-
ica 3: Senior Class Secretary: National Honor Society
3,4: Thespiansg Players 3,4g Players Auxiliary 2: Sabre
3: CO-literary Editor 4.
KNIPPENBERG, SHIRLEY M. Commercial
Knippy . . . popular miss . . . wonderful personality
. . . intelligent . . . gleam in her eyes.
Sentinel 43 Tri-Hi-Y 23,43 Ushers 2.3.4: Monitors 2.3,4g
Farewell Assembly 35 Dramatic Club lg Players Aux-
KNOTFS, GEORGE THOMAS Academic
Su-ell personality . . . easy to get along with . . . navy
Band l,2,3,4g Hi-Y 2,3,4.
KNOTTS, SHIRLEY LEE
KRPIADY, JOHN CLETUS
Always good for a laugh.
Lasanti, Delores Leamon, James My
Lease, Dwight Lease, Marlene Leasure, Geneen i"4l - A
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LAMP, NORMAN LEE General LEASE, FRANCES MARLENE Commercial
Nice . . . easy going . . . lots of friends.
LASANTI, DOLORES MARIE Commercial
Intelligent senior . . . easy going.
Bowling Club 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 4.
LEAMON, JAMES LEROY General
Nice personality . . . plans to work on the B and O
Baseball 2,3,43 Chemistry Club 1.
LEASE, DWIGHT General
Witty . . . has many friends . . . was in the service
. . . carefree.
Swell personality . . . charming smile . . . great humor
. . . interested in being a secretary.
LEASURE, GENEEN ALMETTA Commercial
Nice . . . intelligent commercial student . . . plans to
become a secretary.
Misced Chorus 13 Student Council 1,33 Dramatics lg
Jr. Town Meeting 45 Mimeograph Crew 4.
LEASURE, MICHAEL JOSEPH General
Cute grin . . . plans to become a farmer.
LEATHERMAN, ELBERT General
Witty sense of humor . . . loves to laugh.
Shirl . . . many friends . . . pleasing personality . . .
loves to dance, bowl and go horseback riding.
Library Club: Dramaticsg Ushers: Monitorsg Cashier.
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Liller, Phylis Lloyd, William Long, James
Long, Juanita Lynch, Rebecca MacIntosh, Joseph
alamphy, Hugh Martin, James Mathews,
LONG, JUANITA MAE Academic
Well liked . . . nutty sense of humor.
Band l,2,3: Choir 2,33 Monitors 1,25 Glee Club '1,2,3g
LYNCI-I, REBECCA ELLEN Academic
Brown haired miss . . . lots to talk about . . . nursing.
Ushers lg Monitor l,2,3,4g Sabre 3,43 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Town
MACINTOSH, JOSEPH R. Commercial
Shy . . . well-liked . . . many friends.
Hiking Club 1: Chess and Checkers 1.
MALAMPI-IY, HUGH FELIX General
Never quiet . . . always cracking jokes . . . sociable.
Sentinel 45 Hi-Y 43 Glee Club lg Hiking Club.
MARTIN, JAMES Vocational
Good looks . . . likeable lad . . . of football fame.
MATHEXVSI. JAMES EDWARD General
Shy lad . . ., ambition to be a farmer. J
Future Farmers of America 2,3,4.
LEWIS, CARL RICHARD General
Nice . . . plans to attend Central Bible Institute.
LEWIS, JAMES Vocational
Shy . . . pleasant.
LEWIS, ONEDA MAY Commercial
Nice personality . . . likes sports . . . secretary.
Glee Club lg Basketball 2: Mimeograph Crew 3,4.
LILLER, PHYLLIS Commercial
Lots of fun . . . many friends . . . friendly smile.
Monitor 1,25 Players Auxiliary 3.
WI AM Vocational
1 e humor . . . nice.
J s EARL Academic
jimmy" . . sports lover . . . quiet spoken . . . pleas-
ant pers ality . . . an eye for short girls . . . sweet
Football l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Sentinel 4: Hi-Y 3,4.
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Sweet personality . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . McDonald James
liked by everyone . . . ambition to be a telephone I mylk ,V U
operator . . . cheerful enthusiasm. -"- 3
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MCDONALD, JAMES ALLEN General ' 'Y
Quiet . . . likeable lad. ttat J
Baseball l,2,3g Bowling Team 1. J
MCDONALD, RONALD Vocational
Nice lad . . . brawny. ,
MCGREGOR, GEORGE Commercial
"Goose" . . . very nice . . . marriage bound . . . basket-
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,4g Hi-Y 4.
MCMULLINI WILLIAM General McDonald, Ronald McGregor, George
Navy man . . . nice personality. McVicker, john Mease, Nancy
Hunting Club l.
MCVIGRER, JOHN CRAIG Academic
Sports-minded . . . girl charmcr . . . many friends 4 .
. . . never still . . . Mr. Touchdown U.S.A .... college . H l Q X
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Football 1,2,s,-4: Basketball 1,2,s,4g Track l,2.3,4: Choir - ts? R
2: Farewell Assembly 3. Q .
MEASE, NANCY CLAIRE Commercial A Q
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Secretary . . . get married . . . quiet miss.
A Cappella Choir 2.5,4g Senior Glee Club 23,41 jr.
Farewell Assembly: May Day 3.
MEERS, FREDERICK EUGENE General
Nice personality . . . no need for elevator shoes . . .
quiet . . . Army bound.
Football 112,33 Track 12,33 Hunting Club l.
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MENGER, LEONARD WESLEY Academic
Quiet . . . Minister . . . good student.
Glee Club l,2,33 jr. Town Meeting 3,4.
MENGER, DONALD ELMER Academic
Nice personality . . . pleasing smile . . . well liked . . .
Football l,2,31 Baseball 12: Hi-Y 2,3,4g jr. Town
MERRBAGI-I, PATRICIA Academic
Well liked . . . girl scout . . . likes skating . . . nurse.
METZ, LEWIS Vocational
Good looking lad . . . lots of friends . . . nice per-
K s i K is
Nice lad . . . many friends.
Chess and Checker Club lg Hi-Y 2,3,4
Brilliant lad . . . nice personality.
Well liked . . . marriage bound . . .
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witty sense of
Dancing Club lg Student Council 2: Cafeteria Cash-
MONTGOMERY, CHARLES PAUL
Very fine lad . . . personality plus.
Morris, Terry Jo
MORRIS, TERRY Jo Commercial
Sweet . . . Wonderful personality . . . interest, Eddie.
Library 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 Health Room Attendant
3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Photography Club 3.
NIORT, LORETTA MAE Commercial
Pert senior . . . attractive . . . ambition to get married.
Players 3, 45 Song of America 35 Dancing Club 1.
PARKER, RAYMOND LEE Academic
Nutty . . . intelligent . . . interested in going to college.
Band l,2,3,45 Players' 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45
jr. Town Meeting President 45 Play Tournament 1,2,
45 Jr. Farewell Assemblyg May Day 1,25 Cinderella 35
junior Miss 35 Sleeping Beauty of Loreland 4.
PERDEW, KENNETH Vocational
Nice personality . . . many friends.
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.Honor student . . . friendly . . . plans to enter nursing.
Glee Club l,2,3,45 National Honor 'Society 3,45 Student
Council 45 Jr. Farewell Assembly.
PORTER, MARY ELIZABETH Academic
Wonderful personality . . . cute.
Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,45 Players Auxiliary 2: Play Tourna-
ment 45 jr. Farewell Assemblyg National Honor So-
ciety 3,45 Sabre 45 Monitors 45 Song of America 8.
PURINTON, ELIZABETH ANN Academic
Pleasant . . . co-operative . . . friendly.
Monitors l,2.3: Ir. Farewell Assembly: Sentinel 3.45 Sn-
bre 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Dramatic Club 1.
PURNELL, NANCY LEE Academic
Quiet . . . sweet personality.
Band l,2,3,45 jr. Farewell Assembly5 Players Auxiliary
45 Library Club l.
RALEY, IDA BELLE Commercial
Nice personality . . . makes friends easily.
Players 3,45 May Day 3.
RANDALL, RUTH CARROL Commercial
Good . . . beautiful complexion . . . lots of fun . . .
Library Club 25 Players Auxiliary 25 Glee Club 'l',2,3,45
A Cappella Choir 2,3,45 Monitors 15 Ushers 3,45 Sabre
REED, KENNETH PAUL General
Kenny . . . quiet student . . . well liked person . . .
always trying to make good . . . no immediate plans
for the future.
Football 25 Track l,2,3,45 Hiking Club 1.
REITMEIER, Joi-IN MICHAEL General
Nice personality . . . nutty ways . . . carefree . . . girl
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RICE, WILLIAM General Reitmeier, john Rice, William Riggleman, Alice
Winning smile . . . easy to get along with.
RIGGLEMAN, ALICE J., . Commercial A
Pleasing person lity . uture plans to become a Q' 1 an
secretary. I 1,1
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Rrccs, GEORGE FREDERICK General
Lots of friends . . . personable.
.RINGLER, GARY Vocational
ROBINETTE, TOPPIE GERALD General
Likes mechanical work . . . never still.
F.F.A. 2.3,4g Football lg Track 1.
ROBOSSON, PATRICIA ANN Academic
Tall . . . good looking . . . known as Pat to all her
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Rowan, Thomas Rowe, Shirley
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Schwenninger, M. Shafer, Carl Shaffer, jean
ROWAN, DONNA LEE Academic
Pretty . . .liked by all . . . wonderful personality.
Maiorette 2,3,4: Players 45 May Queen Attendant
1,2,3,43 Sentinel 3.4: Student Council 49 jr. Town
Meeting 4: Play 'Tournaments 2,45 Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,4g
Players Auxiliary 2,3,4g Ushers 1,21 Dramatic Club 13
Farewell Assembly 3.
ROWAN, THOMAS Academic
Nice lad . . . many friends.
ROWE, SHIRLEY ROSEANNA Commercial
"jerry" . . . swell girl.
ROWLEY, -IAMES WILLIAM Academic
jimmy . . . nice personality . . . many friends . . .
Band l,2,3,4g Farewell Assemblyg School Dance Band
1,35 Hi-Y 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 2.
Nice personality . . . football lover .
SCI-IAIIT, HOMER FRANKLIN
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SCI-IAIDT, JOAN LOUISE Commercial
Sweet . . . charming personality . . . liked by all . . .
winning smile . . . many friends . . . pretty miss . . .
always in good spirits.
Student Council 2,43 Treasurer 3: jr. Town Meeting
23 Sabre 3,45 Co-editor 4g Tri-Hi-Y 1.2.3,-45 Dramatic
Club l, Farewell Assembly.
SCHWENNINGER, MARY K. Commercial
A good word for everybody . . . plans to be a
Library Club lp Dancing Club 1.
SHAFER, CARL Vocational
Shy lad . . . very nice . . . well liked.
SI-IAFFER, LORICE JEAN Commercial
Cute . . . likes to go skating.
Library Club 1,2 3 4
SHANHOLTZ, LENA Commercial
Nice personality . . . future plans to be a nurse . . .
likes bowling dancing and skating.
SHARON STEPHEN RICHARDS
Interested in all sports . . . bashful ways . . . plans to
take an apprenticeship at B Xa O.
SHATZER CHARLENE O. Commercial
Sweet personality . . . plans to go to Georgia to get an
Monitors 2 3 4 Library Club l.
SHEETZ DONALD Commercial
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Bill . . . cupid . . . sociable . . . interests, girls . . .
good sense of humor.
Baseballg Sabre Sports Editor 49 Basketball 4.
SHRYOCK, GERALD General
SIMMS, MARION General
Nice to know . . . easy to get along with.
SLONAKER, PATRICIA ANN
Pat . . . petite . . . all smiles . . . witty . . . shorty.
Tri-Hi-Y 4g Monitors l,2,33 Sentinel 43 Library l.
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SMITH, ALMEDA Commercial
Cute personality . . . friendly.
SMITH, JOANN LORRAINE Commercial
Cute . . . neat . . . pretty complexion.
SMITH, MERLE LEROY Commercial
Nutty . . . interests - "Girls" . . . sociable.
Senior Class Vice-Presidentg Student Council 35 Hiking
SNYDER, MARIAN LEE Commercial
Cute . . . intelligent . . . liked by everyone.
Glee Club 2,33 A Cappella 2,33 Basketball 35 Tri-Hi-
SQUIRES, JAMES RICHARD Academic
Tall . . . energetic . . . ambitious . . . nice.
Band 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4p Hi-Y 3,45 Stu-
dent Council 3,4g Farewell Assembly.
STAFFORD, DOROTHY JANE Commercial
Sweet . . . pleasing personality . . . friendly . . .
capable . . . Mrs.
Monitors: Library Clubg Players: Thespiansg Stu-
dent Councilg jr. Town Meeting: May Court 1.
STAFFORD, GEORGE WILLIAM General
Interested in mechanical work . . . nice lad.
STAFFORD, MARY IRENE Commercial
Nutty . . . sweet smile . . . swell personality . . .
Library Club 13 Mixed Choir 1,25 Photo Club 3: Hik-
ing Club -lg Health Room Attendant 3,4.
STEWART, OLIVE Commercial
Nice personality . . . secretary . . . always smiling.
STOOPS, JAMES Gene,-al
Quiet lad . . . very nice . . . liked by all . . . nice
Football 1,2,3,4g Track 3.
STRONG, WILDA Commercial
Well liked . . . brainy student.
STUTZINIAN, KAY FRANCIS Commgrgial
"Skippy" . . . secretary . . . liked by ull.
Student Council 1: M0rliIO1' 2: Library 3: Student
Dancing Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Monitors 3,43 Glee
Club 33 Girls' Softball Team 2.
STICKLEY, PAUL General
Swell personality . . . always cheerful . . . baseball star.
TAGLIAFERRE, GEORGE Afgdemic
Tlttglgll. lkkgliendly . . . gets along well with people
Band 12.3.41 Players 2.3,4g Thespians 3,43 Best Actor
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Strong, Wilda Stutzman, Kay Tagliafeffe. George
TASHENBERGER, JANET Academic
Friendly . . . pleasant . . . quiet miss.
Glee Club lg Monitors l,2,3g Art Club 1: Farewell
Assembly 33 Sentinel 43 Art Editor Sabre 4: Prom
TASHENBERGER, SHIRLEY Commercial
Sweet personality . , . marriage bound . . . quiet.
Library 1,23 Monitor 2g Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Student Council.
TAYLOR, ROY Vocational
Well liked . . . many friends.
THOMAS, SARAH Commercial
College bound . . . witty sense of humor.
Tri-Hi-Y 4, Slftllltlfl 3,41 May Day 3: Jr. Town
Meeting 3,43 Monitors.
Tashenberger, J. Tashenberger, S. Taylor, Roy
TREXLER' WILLIARI EUGENE General Thomas, Sarah Trexler, William Tribut, Mary
Pleasant . . . friendly personality. i
TRIBUT, MARY ELLEN G1 Commercial ,N '
Very friendly . . . quiet . . . secretary. 5'
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TURNER, JACK Commercial
Fuzzy . . . shy guy . . . bashful . . . loads of fun.
Twice, CLAUDETTA MAE Commercial
Happy go lucky . . . sweet . . . ambitious
A Cappella 2,5,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g H.M.S. Pinafore
Mixed Chorus 1.
Twroo, MYRTLE IDA Commercial
Gay personality . . . wants to be successful.
Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.41 Players 3,4: Thespians 4: Ushers:
Monitors 2,3,4g George Washington Slept Here 3: Song
of America 3.
Twlcc, .SHIRLEY ANN Commercial
Intelligent . . . ability . . . wants to be a success.
Glee Club 25 Basketball manager 2,35 Student Council
3,43 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4.
UNDERDONK, DONALD JACK Academic Q "
Super personality . . . trumpet player . . . funster all
the way. '
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VVAGUS, DONALD ROY Academic 5
Don . . . carefree . . . never still . . . interested in :Af
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WARNICK., ERMINIA Academic
Always laughing . . . gab fests.
Sleeping Beauty of Loreland 43 Play Tournament 2,53
Jr. Town Meeting 23 Players 3,41 Thespians 3,43 Sen-
tinel 3.4g Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 May Day 3,43 Jr. Farewell As-
semblyg Monitors: Players Auxiliary 23 Student Coun-
WEAVER, REGINA RUTH Commercial
Dependable . . . missionary.
WEBSTER, MADELINE ANN Academic
Sweet . . . generous . . . successful.
Co-editor of Sentinel 3,4g Thespians 3,45 Director of
Sophomore Play Tournament 4: Football Queen At-
tendant 4g Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,4g Players 3,4.
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WALKER, JOHN Academic WELTMAN, GLORIA JEAN
johnnie . . . playboy . . . always good for a laugh. Jeanne . . . hair . . . skating . . . enjoys
Bowling 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting.
WHETZEL, WANDA LEE
Shy personality . . . liked by everyone.
WHISNER, DOROTHY M.
Likable . . . ambitious . . . cute.
Monitors 1,2,33 Cashier 4.
Short . . . always busy . . . swell guy.
Projection Crew 2,3,4.
Wilson, Mary j
Whiteman, Shirley Wilson, Mary M,
Wilmot, Erma Winters, Glenn
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WHITE, MARJORIE CAROL Academic
Never still . . . many friends.
Basketball I,2,3,4g Softball 13 Volleyball 2,3,4.
WI-IITEMAN, SHIRLEY LEE Commercial
Sweet . . . very friendly . . . pleasant . . . lovable . . .
dignity . . . always in good spirits . . . many friends.
Dramatic Club 1: Farewell Assembly 3: May Day 3:
Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Sentinel 4: Sabre 45 Prom Committee.
WILSON, NIARY JACQUELINE Academic
Shy . . . friendly.
Dramatic Club lg Ushers 1,23 Monitors 2,33 Jr. Fare-
well Assemblyg Sentinel 3,43 Sabre 35 Faculty Editor 4.
WILSON, MARY NIARGARET Commercial
WILMOT, ERMA LEE Commercial
jolly . . . likes parties.
Student Council lg Softball lg Fort Hill Players 3,41
Play Tournament 23 jr. Farewell Assembly: Thespians
3,43 Glee Club lg jr. Town Meeting 25 Sabre 43 Moni-
tor lg May Day 3.
WINTERS, GLENN EDwARn General
Quiet lad , . . many friends.
Hiking Club l.
ZEI-IRBACI-I, PATRICIA ANN General
Pleasing personality . . . many friends.
Dramatic Club l.
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The lovclicst night of the year!
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The cast for "The Junior
Class" was announced! Starring
roles go to Marilyn Baldwin in
the part of president, ably as-
sisted by Vivian Smith, vice-pres-
identg supported by Betty Fer-
guson, secretary, and Clyde
Cage, treasurer. This stellar cast
with Miss Jean Bowen, adviser,
is waiting anxiously for their
senior parts. Sponsoring the
Junior-Senior Prom and stag-
ing the junior Farewell Assem-
bly were two of the outstanding
social events of this busy class.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Row I: Vivian Smith, vice-president, Clyde Cage, treas-
urer. Row II: Marilyn Baldwin, president: Betty Fer- N ,
guson, secretal'Y3 Miss Jean Bowen, adviser. F BSXKXPOLXGJSSI-f I
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H.R. ll-l: Miss Smith
Row I: Miley, Graham, Nazelrod, Popp, Moreland, Snyder, Sheetz, Clark, Haselburger, Stimmel,
Stafford. Row II: johnson, Long, Clay, Hawkins, Fisher, Casserly, Davis, Cunningham, Burch-
ard, Wagner. Row III: Robey, Savilesky, Meister, Liller, Weber, jones, Baldwin, Riley, Baum.
Row IV: Raupach, Reynolds, Dickenson, Miller, Hahn, Gross, Mullanex, Durst, Stemple, Nee.
H.R. ll-2: Miss Myers
WJQQIU I: Zembower, Barnes, Wilson, Xvillard, Matheny, Hedrick, Dyer, Poling, Souders, Williams.
0-rw II: Lynch, Racey, Lillard, Hicks, Schaidt, Leatherman, Lynn, Bollinger, Parker, Welch.
III: Shinholt, McFarland, Gilpin, Murphy, Steppe, Couter, WViddows, Willison, Brant.
fe QU 'Vt PM-' ' Weber. Bah S'ni"'. AYers.
House, Appel. Row IV: Reckley, Knippenberg, Arnica, McCall, McClelland, Grabenstein
H.R. ll-fi - ll43:
M rs. Mewshaw
Row I: Stafford, Kinser, johnson, Smith, Humberston, Hamilton, Barrett, Benson, Teets, Rice
Mudge. Row II: Dowton, Householder, Datri, Smith, Wilmont, Myers, Carbaugh, Hartell
Leidy, Twigg, Dowton. Ron' III: Wolford, Kinser, Cage, Northcraft, Brooks, Caldwell, Cookerly,
HR ll-5: Mrs. Allamong
Eaton, Lewis, Smith.
Row I: Garvin, Robinette, Ringlcr, Campbell, Schade, Lewis, Imes, Hicks, Plummer, Shoup,
Van Fleet. Row II: Robinson, Durst, Hillegas, Pennell, Saville, Lippold, Carder, Ketterman,
Leidinger, Keller. Row III: Davis, Brown, Beehtol, Athey, Shank, King, Honeycutt, Hast,
Boyd. Row IV: Dawson, Apple, Reitmeier, Gilpin, Wolford, Brown, Malcomb, Evans.
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Row I: Sybol, Shanner, Wagus, Morris, Sommers, Gross, Nelson, Kinser, Canfield, Gornall,
Howdyshell. Raw II: Ahella, Hillegas, Cooper, Rice, Rawlings, Trigonoplos, Schade, Young,
Evans, Cage. Row III: Ericksen, Berry, Veach, Huff, Morris, Kerns. Row IV: Miller, Kiffer,
Hanekamp, Sheldon, Markwood.
Row I: Gross, Smith, Adams, Twigg, Long, Ferguson, Huffman, S. C. Twigg, Turner. Row II
Saylor, Myers, Horwath, A. Horwath, Settle, Raines, Taylor, Mullen, Boggs. Row Ill: Bishop
Moses, George, Dean, johnson, Hiser, Apple. Row IV: Frazier, Wilson, Thomas, Robosson
Trussell. Brotemarkle. Robinette. Sfmlfw
H.R. ll-7: Miss Robertson
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l0th GRADE OFFICI-lRS
Row I: jack Andrews, president, Mr. Bryce, adviser:
Donna Northcraft, secretary. Row II: Barbara Weaver,
treasurer: Beverly Reynolds, vice-president.
One of our busiest groups
this year is the sophomore
class. These busy troupers
won the play tournament
with the best actor award go-
ing to a sophomore. They
competed in the "I Speak For
Democracy" contest and held
another successful Sophomore
Hop .The tenth graders chose
as their class officers jack An-
drews, presidentg Beverly
Reynolds, vice - presidentg
Donna Northcraft, secretary,
Barbara Weaver, treasurer,
and Mr. Charles Bryce, advis-
H.R. I0-l: Miss Kraus
Row I: Haines, Pfeiffer, Smith, Northcraft, Luttrell, Kline, Grahame, Parsenios, Hiett, Diehl,
Ruehl, Robinette, Abernathy. Row II: Howell, Findly, O'Donnell,'Bishop, jacobs, Brown,
Miller, Hetrick, Zinn, Alexander, VVeise. Row III: Akers, Mears, Harris, XNallace, Hann, Rowley,
McConnell, Beckman, Phillips, Pyles, Parsenios, Anderson.
Weaver, Dailey, Rice, Rowley, Lindeman. Ron' II: Wilson, Halligan, Crites, Shumaker, Rains
Hornbrook, Snyder, Wheeler, Siehler, Reynolds, Bealky. Row III: Resser, Thomas, Bender
Landis, Poling, Wvilson, Duffy, Eskin, Ritter, Taylor, Avil.
Row I: Thuss, McI.uckie, Ballow, Thompson, Thwaites, Grim, Brinkman, Hafer, Marker,
H.R. 10-2: Mr. Dans
X 'Mn Reed
5 A '-B Row I: Amold, Teets, Miller, Brown, Triplett, Barley, Markly, Kimble, Corley, Goldizen, Boone,
1 X 'ax' Keefer. Row II: Miller, McKenny, Huffman, Adams, Chileotte, Mattingly, Nelson, Rummer,
ix p x- Fleigle, Souders, Schriver, Park. Row III: Carpenter, Metz, Bishop, George, Long, Noel,
N ' X Lannon, Williams, Blacklin, Stohemyer, Boone, Burcaw.
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Row I: Deter, Morris, Larrick, Clark, Bloss, Robinette, Roby, Logue, Imler, Stutzam, Griffith.
Row II: Kidwell, Sabine, Boswell, Harper, McCelland, Sisk, Valentine, Smith, VanMeter, Files,
Zuffall. Row III: Seiler, johnson, Bonner, Durst, Simpson, Voilt, Cage, Puffenberger, Thomas,
H.R. 10-5: I
Row I: Rice, King, Bramble, Durrett, Reed, Lewis, Shreves, Hamilton, Roye, Taschenburg,
Cordry, Castle. Row JI: Decker, Hixenbaugh, Weaver, Northcraft, Davis, McBride, Channey,
Meek, Largent, Cook, Clites, Andrews. Row III: Green, Hardinger, Reynolds, Durbin, Wolf,
Imes, Aronhalt, Gallagher, Christopher, Rice, Merrill.
new ff Torbet, Apple, Alt, Jacobs, Davis, Baker, Squires, Shatzer, Vespa, Eaton, Hull. Row II:
:is lvlendersho' Rudolph, Bunner, Smith, Redhead, Frost, Green, Sweitzer, Bergdoll,
," Mal Whisner, 'i,Q'hner, Robey, Wigfield, White, Murray, Alderton, De-
Row I: Evans, Bishop, Smith, Rummer, Sharon, Rouzer, Madary, Abe, Johnson, Hare, Nelson.
Row ll: Wagus, Hiett, Sampsell, Darr, Gero, Davis, Crass, Householder, Twigg, Appel. Row
III: Ritchie, Walsh, Steckman, Alt, Miller, Arnold, Dormio, Poole, Bible, Plummer, Harbaugh.
H.R. I0-8: Mr. Pcrdcw Q
Row I: Llewellyn, Lafferty, Evans, Long, johnson, Garland, Lantz, Evans, Free, Wagner, Mack-
ereth. Row II: Wills. Smith, Cunningham, Winters, Mahaney, Windermoth, Mixelper,
Hedrick, Alt, Reynolds, Broll. Row III: Lechliter, Boore, Kirffner, Thompson, Barley, Sites,
Warner, Bible, Brown, Lewis, Twigg, Bittner.
Row I: Luck, Kaiser, Bierman, Izzctt, Yergan, Padficlrl, Koch, Meyers, Smith, Shipway, Delucia,
Newman, Barger. Row II: Eaton, Corbin, Morgan, Appel, Dugan, Rice, Evans, Snyder, Trail,
Bramble, O'Neal, Stotler. Row III: Kline, Wolfington, Wilson, White, Crawford, Randall,
H.R. 10-9: Miss Rice
McGee, McCullough, Bush, Logue, Sturtz, Breighner.
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Row I: Hochard, Millott, Dicken, Randall, Randall, Arbogast, Adams. Row Il: Trixler
Livingood, Hardinger, Diehl, Bergdoll, Cross, Crowe. Row III: Deneen, Gray, Metty, Dona
hue, Stinebaugh, Hershberger, Clark.
1 Mr. Bigler
Row I: Sirbaugh, Durbin, Cavanaugh, Lynch, Corley, Irons, Mowen, Gable, Rizer. Row II:
Harvey, Mowery, Zais, Twigg, Caslleman, Shanholtz, Norris, McCoy, Davis. Row III: Tabler,
Donahue, Pryor, Burgess, Malamphy, Michaels, Yaider, Liller, Llewellyn.
Row I: Smith, Riggleman, Long, Whetzel, Summerfield, Young, Saville, Arbagast, Heller,
Troutman, Spearman, Athey. Row II: Benson, Radcliff, I.eatherman, Holshey, Sowers, Raply,
Mathews, Ayers, Lewis, Fertig, Berry. Row III: 0'Neal, Cross, Senkbeil, Brant, Tunner,
Malone, Young, Michael, Bosley, Valintine, Crawford, Kemp.
Row I: Lewis, Bible, Saville, Barnes, R. Dawson, Smith, Brown, Stumbaugh, True, Twigg, Rice,
Heckert, Barnes, Plummer. Row II: Hanekamp, C. Lewis, Pepper, Nield, Michael, Nelson, M.
Blacks-r, Norton, Horwath. Portmcss, Balch, Isner. Smith. Row III: Hammersmith, Foggle,
Silber, McKenny, MrGreger, Fuller, D. Dawson, Morgan, Kline, Priddy, j. Blacker.
Row I: Willison, Rice, Root, Gordon, Nickel, Raines Dean, Boyer, Ralston, Snelson, Evans,
Sponaugle. Row II: Knippenberger, Buser, Dent, Brotemarkel, Bucklew, Hinkle, Moore, Crab-
tree, Cessna, Crable, Twigg. Row III: Dermer, Fields, Law, VanPelt, Crabtree, Simpson,
Schwenninger, Fleck, Duckworth.
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Payne, McCullough, Baker, Shell. Row II: Fuller, Rice, Kessell, Davis, Hixon, Garland,
Dicken, Lynch, Fisher, Crabtree, Everett, Winters, Clark. Row III: Duckworth, Adams,
FiShCr. Meeks. Trezise, Warner. Clark, Stemple, Shaw, Smith, Spiker. Weaver, Sibley.
Row I: Michael, Combs, Stafford, Shylock, Muir, Ritchie, Swanger, Bird, Thompson, Matthews.
Row II: Nixon, Crowe, Oates, Hite, jones, Crites, Bryant, Rae, McMillian, Wentling. Row
III: Hiett, Reed, Benson, Taylor, Gordon, Jewell, Davis, Keller, Skelley.
Row I: Fisher, Kerchner, Kelly, Lillard, Long, Day, Clontz, Williams, Tashenberger, Malone,
Grim, Campbell. Row II: Miller, Showman, Dunlap, Hast, Shank, Popp, Spencer, Laber, Athey,
Van Pelt, Starliper, Baker. Row III: Brotmarkle, Kline, Hill, Collins, Largent, Bloss, Shaffer,
Pitzer, Stapleton, Rice, Adams, Cailett.
Row I: Largent, Nealis, Gillum, Straw, Stickely, Rank, Shambaugh, Wolford. Row II: Dyer,
Purnell, Smith, White, Wright, Hall, Miller. Row III: Hillegas, VVhisner, Boyd, Meyers, Welsh,
Adams, Wilson, Harper.
V Row I: 1Davis, Siehler, Parsons, Heavner, Clark, Schadt, Twigg, Monnett, Moore, Davis, Robin
'som ljlornbrook, McKenzie. Row II: Garlitz, Reynolds, Douglas, Teter, Davis, Athey, Fisher
4 T'e"s.in Sacks, Day, Burns, Robbins, Hitchock, Oldtaker. Row III: Shinfholt, Deetz, King
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'fewer Hnfmas, Riley, Roblnette, Feller, Perry, Sharer, Taylor.
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Row I: V. Plummer, M. Miley, H. McKee, B. Chilcott. Row II: I. Racey, D. Rowan, M. Popp
J. Weber, V. Smith, S. Rice. Row III: D. Hockman, G. Eskin, L. Parsenios, J. Kiiffner, R.
Planning the Action
"The meeting will come to order!" With these words, the senior high stu-
dent council begins its weekly meeting. President jack Dolan and his group
undertake many problems each year. Besides operating a refreshment stand at
the football and basketball games and supervising the election of the May
Queen and her court, they also try to solve various problems of students and
Officers and members of the senate are john Raupach, vice-president, Bessie
Ketterman, secretaryg Jean Sheetz, treasurer, Mary Hafer, industry chairman,
Shirlee Twigg, traffic chairmang Shirley Brinkman, social chairman, Ermina
Warnick, public relations chairman, james Squires, building and grounds
chairmang and Shirley Taschenberger, publications chairman. Mrs. Madeline
Mewshaw is the director of the group.
SENIOR HIGH SENATE
Seated, l. to r.: B. Ketterman, secretary: M. Hafer, chair-
man of industryg E. Warnick, publicity chairmang S. We Insure Our Future
Brinkman, social affairs chairman. Standing, l. to r.:
Mrs. Madeline Mewshaw, adviserg S. Twigg, chairman of
trafficg J. Squires, chairman of building and groundsg J.
Sheetz, treasurerg S. Taschenberger, chairman of publica-
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JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
Sealed, I. to r.: A. Zchrbach, J. Fisher, V. Collins, V. Lillard, H, King, N. Showman, H
Shriver, C. Robins, J. Jones, N. Aldridge. Row I: L. Hill, S. Durst, R. Elken, J. Dean, E
Root, J. Traherne, I.. Alt. Row II: C. Apple, S. Van Pelt, T. Hasselherger, R. Sapp
Gillum, D. Steinball, R. Shanholtzer, J. Dean, VV. Fisher, E. Riggleman, B. Hill, J. Alt. Row III:
C. Atkinson, V. Roland, C. Matthews, C. Shipway, G. Carlitz, K. Everett, J. Crabtree, S
Kershner, B. Hill, B. Lewellyn, J. Carroll, F. Lechliter, L. Aaron.
Our unior High Student Council, operating on the same principle as the
Senior High Council, is accepting and solving many school problems. At their
meetings homeroom representatives bring problems for discussion. Under the
capable leadership of Miss Regina Mcflulley, the council has the following
elected officers: Harry King, president: Virginia Lillard, vice-president, Nancy
Showman, recording secretary: and Vivian Collins, attendance secretary.
JR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
Seated I to r A. lehrbach, 8th grade committecmang J. Fisher, 9th grade committeeman: V.
Collins attendance secretary: V. Lillard, Vice-president, N. Showman, recording secretary: H.
Shriver 8th glade committecmang C. Robbins, 9th grade committeemang Jones, 8th grade
tommitteeman N. Aldridge, 8th grade committeeman. tMiss Regina McCi1lley, adviser, not
Writers of the Script
One of the liveliest rooms in our school is
Room 314. There, at all times, members of
the Sabre staff can be seen rushing to meet their
deadlines. lVriting copy, typing, and identify-
ing pictures are everyday jobs for this busy
group. The co-editors, Dolores Fahey and Joan
Schaidt, with Mr. james Engle, the yearbook
adviser, are always on hand with their helpful
Ability to meet the public is a "must" for the
advertising and business staffs. They secure ad-
vertisements from local merchants and sell the
Sabre to their classmates. Mr. Carl Ritchie ad-
vises this group.
"Smile! All ready now!" These familiar
words are heard just before the photographers
snap your picture. Mr. Wade Kipp supervises
the developing and printing of these pictures.
Seated, Z. to r.: UI. McKenney,
I. Pennf-I, R. Marker. W. Srh-
ade, C. Campbell, R. Emerick,
A. Matheny. Standing: M. Roye,
C. O'Donne1l, Mr. Carl Ritchie,
adviser, V. Chaney, J. Shipley,
C. Carroll. QS. Kester, manager,
FACULTY AND LAYOUT STAFFS
to r.: S. Brown, R. Randall, j. Wilson, faculty editor
Eaton, E. Jones, layout editorg P. Brinkman.
SENIOR CLASS STAFFS
Seated, l. to r.: S. Day, D. Wil
son, H. McKee, underclass edi
tor: L. Earle, B. J. Campbell
senior class editor, C. Lillard
Standing: B. Long, S. Athey, D
Dugan, A. Breighner.
Scaled, I. to r.: N. Clark
llaum, A. Leatherman,
sports editor, C. Kiniseley, lit-
erary editor, ll. Shipley,
etlitorg Ii. Purinton, literary edi
tor, llaines, N. Ilallou. Stand-
ing, I. to r.: B. Stotler, P.
Weaver, M. Wheeler, M. Dailey,
PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART STAFFS
Swatwl, I. to r.: A. lfishcr, R. Alvaro, photography co-
etlitorg J. Nelson, J. Tashenberg, art editor. Standing:
Mr. Wade Kipp, atlviserg 'l'. Buser, photography co-
etlitorg J. Sehaitlt, co-editor.
Typists: Mary Davis and Erma
L. to r.: A. Adams, A, Hiser,
M. Porter, editor, M. Golightly
associate editor, C. Arbogast
and B. Heckert.
Ann Webster and Myra
"Meet that deadline! Make that dummy
sheet," these are a few of the statements heard
in the Sentinel room. This paper renders a
service to the school by gathering, organizing,
and printing all the news which interests the
Seated, l. to r.: Ermina War-
nick, Barbara Garlitz, Shirley
Knippenburg, Erma Davis, Rose
Marie Barnes. Standing: Carole
Lillard, Deirdre Wilson, Mary
J. Wilson, Shirley Whiteman,
Ann, Matheny, Juanita Long.
Behind every issue of the Sentinel lies a story
as big as the one which makes the headlines.
There is action, drama, and hard work. This
work lies on the responsible shoulders of Ann
Webster and Myra Colightly, associate editors.
The entire staff is composed of students who
have had one year of work in the beginning
journalism class taught by Miss Mary Calemine,
the Sentinel adviser.
Seated, I. to r.: jack Underdonk: Roger Heavner and Le-
Roy Hare, Sports Editors, Anna Lee Willard, Ronnie
Dyer. Standing: Gerald Arthur, John Chisholm.
BUSINESS, CIRCULATION, PHOTOGRAPHY AND ADVERTISING STAFFS
Seated, I. to r.: Mary Hafer and Barbara Ann Campbell, business managers, joan Racey and
Iirma Davis, circulation managers, Rebecca Lynch, photographer.
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Seated, I. to r.: joan Racey, Wendyl
Furlow and Sara Thomas, feature ed-
itors, Donna Rowan, Janet Haines,
Standing: Patricia Slonaker, Marilyn
Baldwin, Wanda Adams, Connie Car-
roll. Janet Taschenberg, Anna Lee
Willard, Jackie Weber.
ALPHA TRI. HI-Y
Seated, l. to r.: B. Beightol, secretary: S. Whiteman, vice-presidentg J. Schaidt, presidentg B. Garlitz, treasurer:
Miss Edwina Kraus, adviser. Row I: C. Carroll, S. Thomas, S. Knippenburg, chaplaing L. Earle, M. Lease,
Tashenberg, Slonaker, R. Lynch, S. Clapp, hostess, E. VVarnick, historian: Mrs. Lenore Resser, adviserg J.
Haines- Row 111 5- Tashenbffgef, T- M0ffiS, D- LiSanti, S. Kester, D. Ciminno, hostessg M. Snyder, O. Ste-
wart, M. Crass.
Always working to the best of their ability are the busy members of the
Alpha - Tri - Hi - Y, with Miss Edwinia Kraus and Mrs. Lenore Resser as
advisers. Officers include Joan Schaidt, president, Shirtey Whiteman, vice-
president, Barbara Beightol, secretaryg Barbara Garlitz, treasurer, Shirley Knip-
penburg, chaplain, Erminia lVarnick, historiang and Mary Hafer, hostess.
An Addition to the Program
Helping girls develop better character and perform services for the school
and community is the purpose of the Beta - Tri - Hi - Y Club. The officers are
Carol Meister, presidentg Jackie Weber and Helen McKee, vice-presidentsg
Carole Lillard, secretaryg Janet Nee, treasurerg Marilyn Baldwin, chaplain. Mrs.
Carolyn Dunlap is their adviser.
Row I: J. Nee, treasurerg A. Fisher, B. Ferguson, M. Boggs, S. Riley, D. Martz, C. Baum, J. Sheetz. Row II:
R. Barnes, li. Johnson, E. Jones, A. Matheny, D. Wilson, H. McKee, vice-presidentp C. Long, J. Burchard, J
Weber, C, Meister, president. Row III: K. Casserly, E. Apple, C. Lillard, secretary, J. Racey, M. Golightly, M
Baldwin, chaplain: R. Eyler, M. Johnson, M. Moses, Mrs. Carolyn Dunlap, adviser.
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Row I: R. Poling, C. Weber, chaplaing D. Mencer, j. Undertlonk, treasurer: C. Arthur, presidentg C. Wvelsh, B
Brant, sergeant-at-arms. Ron' II: B. Ayers, I.. Hare, D. Parker, H. Malamphy. Ro-at III: B. Lynn, R. Bittner
R, Herring. Hou' IV: J. Dickinson, N. jackson, J. Rowley. Row V: C. McGregor, Mr. john McVicker, ad
viserg D. Mclfarlantl, J. Bartles, J. Chisholm.
Helping To Sponsor Our Show
To serve and better the school and community is the goal of the Boy's Hi-Y.
This christian service club has sponsored various aetivities this year. Serving
as advisers are Mr. -Iohn MeVicker and Mr. Thomas Murphy: with Gerald
Arthur, presidentg Jack Underdonk, vice presidentg james Squires, secretaryg
William Steppe. treasurerg Eugene Weber, chaplaing and Robert Brant, sergeant
A Y-Life is a Busy Life
"Create, maintain and extend high Christian Character throughout the
home, school and community" is the motto of the "little sister" club. The officers
are Mary Dailey, presidentg Joan Garlitz, vice-president, Barbara Thuss, secretary,
Delores Rowley, treasurer, -Iudith Fisher, chaplain, Nancy Showman, histo-
rian. Miss Ozella Robertson and Miss Noami Teter, serve as advisers.
JUNIOR TRI HI-Y
Kneeling, l. Io R.: M. Castle, B. Rice, J. Garlitz, vice-president, M. Dailey, president: N. Showman, historian, B.
Thuss, secretary: D. Rowley, treasurer: AI. Fisher, chaplain: P. Tashenberg, C. Mathews. P. Dent, and D. Lewis.
Stanflmg: Miss Noami Teter, adviser, R. Davis, V. Lillard, A. I.epley, R. Marker, M. Wheeler, S. Kaiser, P. Weaver,
R. Reynolds, V. Collins, B. Weaver, D. Dugan, B. Stotler, li. Hetrick, P. Van Meter, I.. Twigg, R. Green, S.
Ruehl, G. Campbell, P. Nickel, Miss Ozella Robertson, adviser.
1, 1.i1 It--mmm' 5 f I: . All
COORDINATING COUNCIL JR. TOWN MEETING
Row I, l. to r.: J. Fleigle, L. Parsenios, J. Raupach, D. Rowan, H. McKee, S. Ruhl, M. DeLuca, V. Clites. Rnw II
R. Eyler, D. Martz, J. Sheetz, S. Twigg, J. Bush, S. Kaiser, M. Miley. Row III: A. Hiser, M. Thrasher, E Jones
B. Reynolds, C. Findley, D. Wilson. Row IV: B. King, R. Parker, C. Lillard, J.Kiiffner,G. Eskin, S. Lynch, W Babst
Thoughts and Words
Do you have a problem? If so, take it to the Jr. Town Meeting where
representatives meet regularly to discuss teenage problems in classrooms, as-
semblies, and over the local radio stations. Guiding their thoughts and words
are Jack Parker and John Raupach, co-chairmen and Sarah Thomas, secretary.
Seated: S. Stafford, K. Everet, P. VVeaver, M. Wheeler, M. Koch, S. Brotemarkle, M. Clark, C.
Campbell, J. Crabtree, R. Stemple. Standing: B. Alvaro, J. Long, J. Blamble, Mrs. Naomi
Bennett, J. Raines, M. Howell, J. Boyer, L. Ranck.
Review and Research Into the Background
"Boy, I need someone to help me find this information. I'll hurry to the
library where the members of the Library Club and their directors, Miss Ger-
trude Ranck and Mrs. Noami Bennett, will assist me." Guiding these willing
workers are Dorothea Wilson, president, Wilda Shade, vice-president, Marie
Howell, secretary, and Franklin Bishop, treasurer.
"We are trying to improve the school
socially, academically, and morally,"
answers Mrs. Ada Hughes, capable ad-
viser of the Monitors, as she com-
pletes another busy day in the cafeteria.
Right behind their adviser are Shirley
Knippenberg, presidentg Barbara Beigh-
tol, vice-president, Rebecca Lynch, sec-
retary, and Mary Frances DeLuca, treas-
Knrrling: S. Day, jr. head usher: D. Durst, head usher, C. Campbell, treasurer, M. Twigg, secretary, B. Beigh-
tol, vicespresident. Row I: I.. Saville, A. Parsenious, P. Schramn, D. Reynolds, P. Dircks, M. Castle, B. Rioe,
ll. Clark, ll. Collins. Row ll: R. Hawkins, D. Rowley, Y. Somers, Dean, P. Dent, D. Struckmau, R. Reynolds,
NI. Pennel, V. Plummer. Row Ill: J. Reed, H. Fisher, V. 0fNeil, C. Arbogast, R. DeVore, R. Pfeiffer, J. DeLozier,
R. George, V. Collins, M. Moses. Row IV: N. Clark, J. Shipley, E. Johnson, K. Casserlcy, R. Stemple, B. Berry,
W. Morgan, B. Weaver, S. Thwaites. QMr. Arthur Davis adviser, not picturedj.
Workers on the Scene This Way, Please
There's no need to look bewildered
The ushers are seen at assemblies, school
plays, and games, always ready to help.
The officers are Delores Durst, head
usher, Barbara Beightol, vice-president,
Myrtle Twigg, secretary, Claudette
Campbell, treasurer, and Mr. Arthur
limi' I: Aj. McCoy, j. Stutzman, M. Bloss, M. Baldwin, M. Thrasher, B. Adams, C. Newman, M. DeLuca, treasurer:
l'. llctrick. Row Il: C. Horwath, A. Saylor, D. Robinette, Ii. jones, A. Hiser. C. Long, C. Clay, S. Jones. B.
Miller. Row III: N. Wallace, j. Long, E. Apple, M. Boggs, 1. Shipley, II. Burchard, R. Lynch, secretary: C.
Shatzer, 0. Stewart. Row IV: D. Dugan, D. Wagus, B. Berry, P. Kirchner, WV. Morgan, L. O'Neal, J. Bealky.
1 R, ni'
Y.. to r.: H. Schadt and R
Whisner, co-managers, H. Ham
mond, Mr. Paul Perdew, ad
viser, D. Brothers, R. Shrout
Standing, l. to r.: R. DeVore,
I. Corley, j. Leasure, M. Boone
Not Pictured: O. Lewis, man
agerg A. Alderton, N. Boone,
Mr. Robert Price, adviser.
The Stage Crew, under the leadership of
Charles Brooks and advisers, Mr. Lee Alexan-
der and Mr. Lawrence Strem, spends coutless
hours preparing the lights, building and paint-
ing stage sets, and supervising the curtain for all
Fort Hill productions.
Kneeling: Knippenberg, J. Cage, C. Smith, A. Sweitzer.
Standing: E. Dickle, C. Brooks, manager. QNot pictured,
Mr. Strem and Mr. Alexander, advisersj
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"Lights out!" With expert precision another
movie is shown by the projection crew, working
under the supervision of Mr. Paul Perdew. Co-
managers of this busy group are Homer Schadt
and Robert Whisner.
Printing Our Programs
Typing, stenciling, and mimeographing are
just a few jobs of the busy mimeograph crew.
Working with Mr. Robert Price, adviser, and
O'Neda Lewis, manager, this group serves both
teachers and students.
licliintl the Scenes
'l'ht'y Help Us Along
Prcpztring :intl serving ap-
proximntt-ly two tlionsztnd meals
zu tlzty is the job ol' the cafeteria
stall' :intl Mrs. .lane Leggc, di,
'l'li:mksgiving feats! is in the making!
"Opt-n thc Door, RlC'llJlI'lll'
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Our Custodian CAFPLTERIA STAFF
Mr. Mark Roe is one of the busiest men at 11- 'O T-3 Miss Lain!-It MVS- Tllfk. Mr- Roe, Mrs. Hartman, Airs,
lfort Hill :is he goes about his job of supervising lihlned' Mrs: B0lYafd' Miss Bmllet Mrs- Cage, MVS- Legg? difffwf Of
the mziintztnt-nre ol' the lmuilcling and grounds. me Cafeteria' Mrs' Johnson' Mrs' S"'YthCf Mrs' Smelc' Mm Grimes-
Seated, I. to r.: E, Leage, L
Kimcs, R. Kenny, M. Hill, P
Nazelrod, T. Bergdoll, T. Mal
low. Row I: H. Wagner, J
Markley, P. Crawford, B. Grady
M. Rummer. Row II: F. Shan:
holtz, J. Smith, P. 0'Neal, R
Barnes, S. Evans, N. Brown, A.
Lantz, G. George.
Fort Hxllxans Help the Needy
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Brams among books!!
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Harold "Gassy" Hull, RH Jim Farris, QB Bill Burke, FB Johnny McVicker,
ACTORS ON THE GRIDIRON
Under the strategy of Coach Mfilliam P. Hahn, the
1952 Sentinel football squad proved highly successful.
The Red Raiders racked 'up 268 points against 98 for
their opponents in compiling a record of 8 wins and
VVith three wins under their belts the Sentinel
team lost to a strong Martinsburg eleven. Then they
surged to life with 2. more wins. Playing against Hag-
erstown, the Red and White lost another hard fought
battle. However, rebounding quickly from this de-
feat, Fort Hill won two more games and chalked up
a high score of 37-13 over Allegany on Thanksgiving
Where's the ball?
Gene Alderton, C Wayne Couter, LE Bob Schade, LG Norwood Barnes, RT
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Bob Andrews, FB ,lim I-Ong, QB RiCl'121I'd Bittner, RE Gene Weber RE
Fort Hill 268 -
Fort Hill , A.,. 27
Fort llill ....... 32
Fort Hill ... .,, 39
Fort Hill ..,,... 20
Fort Hill .,.... 26
Fort Hill ..,,.,. 19
Fort Hill ..., , . 7
Fort Hill ,...,. 34
Fort Hill .,,,.. 27
Fort Hill 4..... 37
Moorefield .. 0
LaSalle ....,. 6
W. Fairmont . 19
Martinsburg . 21
Beall ...,... 6
Handley .... 6
Hagerstown . l4
Westminster , 7
Franklin ,... 6
Allegany ..., 13
"Father was a fullback."
Ronnie Athey, LT jim Martin, RG Dave Kennedy, C Bill Steppe LE
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FORT HILL FOOTBALL SQUAD 1952
Row I: Couter, Barnes, Martin, Alderton, Schade, Athey, Steppe, Farris, Hull. Row II:
Burke. Allen. House, Cookerly, Kennedy, Bittner, lNeber, J. Reitmeier, H. Gilpin. Row III:
McVicker, Lynn, B. Brant, R. Brant, P. Reitmeier, Stoops, Bechtol, Rice, Widdows. Row IV:
Long, Isom, Crawford, J. Andrews, Grove, R. Gilpin, K. Poling, Landis, R. Andrews. Row V:
Apple, Breighner, Crowe, Xvilliams, R. Poling, Teets, Murphy, Hillegas, Whisner, Shinholtz.
Row VI: Coach Hahn, Assistant Coaches McProuty and Pellerzi, Managers Boone, Keller
Row I: Wendyl Furlow, Co-Captain,
Wilda Schade, Sue Kaiser, jackie
Weber, Co-Captain. Row II: Sue
Kester, Shirley Hixenbaugh.
VIM . . . VIGOR . . . VITALITY
cheer the fans as they are led by the var-
sity cheerleaders: Wendyl Furlow, Wil- PLAAYERS Op THE WEEK
da SCh2ldF ""'Yi'?.'i'?'j- Hixeflbaugh, S116 Row I: Bob Schade, "Gassy" Hull
Kester Jac! nd Sue Kaiser Row II: Coach Hahn, jim Farris
' C ' johnny McVicker.
Canvas crew. The group is under the in
FORT HILL FOOTBALL JAYVEE SQUAD 1952-1953
Row I: Clark, R. Whisner, Poling, McConnell, Rhoe, Alderton, Hillegas, Crowe, Harbaugh
Mallow, McKinney. Row Il: King, Stimmel, Shipley, Tabler, Crawford, Andrews, Lassiter
Hammersmith, W. White, Hedrick, Benson. Row III: Hardy, Snyder, Sharer, Mahoney, D
White, l'. Whisner,Gordon,Dawson,Fertig, Simpson, Merrill. Row IV: Coach Pellerzi, Man
ager Dickinson, Athey, Davis, Shaffer, Taylor, Adams, Manager Shank, Coach McI'r0uty.
Row I: Coach Cavanaugh, Warner,
Shriver, Riggleinan, Rawlings, Garvin,
Stapleton, Barley, Rigglemen, Rum-
SETTING THE STAGE
Setting the stage for all football games
played in the stadium is the job of the
leadership of Conch john -I. Cavanaugh.
THE J.V.'s PLAY bYNOPSIS
Fort Hill .. 52 W Va School
Fort Hill ,. 6 Keyser
Fort Hill . . , 19 LaSalle
Fort Hill ,. 18 Beall
Fort Hill .. 26 Keyser
Fort Hill .. 26 Allegany
Fort Hill . . . 26 Beall
"We Want A Touchdown'
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jim Farris, Guard
Bruce , . .
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Gene Weber, Forward Capt. Geo. McGregor, Forward Eddie Widll0WS. Guard
Fort Hill Opp.
Allegany lhl, ..,.... 4 2 61
LaSalle ....... .... 5 0 48
Martinsburg .... .... 4 2 46
Hagerstown . . . .... 45 44
'Sabre went to press
185 a T055-up! Keep Your eye on the ball!
VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD .-
Seated I. to r.: B. Kerns, B. Brant, AI. McVicker, J. Farris, B. Shipley, G. McGregor, captaing B. Andrews. Stdneling: "Bobby" Cav-
anaugh, Coach, E. Widdows, D. Bittner, R. Dyer, Manager, G. Wfibffr, P- Reilmeief, W- HUCISOI1, Maflllgff-
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ACTION ON THIS IIARDXVOOD
XVith only one regular, Captain George McGregor, return-
ing from lust years team, Coach "Bobby" Cavzttiutigli started the
season with at new squzul. The Sentinels, getting oft' to at slow
start by losing' three of their first four games, upset I,:1Snlle on
the lzttter's home court with :tn impressive A13--ll victory. Fort
Hill's hztsketeers then went on to win the next three Ollt of five
games, with losses to Brute :intl Allegany. By tlelegtting L:1S:1lle
at second time hy Il 50-A18 score, the Sentinels, :tt the time the
Salm' went to press, still haul ll rltzmce to mpture the t-ity :md
XV.Nl.l. League clll2llll1Jl0Il5l1lIJS,
A Sentinel Trigg!
J.v. BAsKE'rBALL SQUAD
Row I, l to r.: B. Lynn, D. Kline, J. Landis, E. McKenny, G. McGregor, H. Wolfe. Row II: B.
Steppe, J. Crawford, E. Downton, F. Wolford, D. Alderton, K. Poling. Row III: Bill Mc Prouty.
Coachg P. Rice, managerg D. Harbaugh, J. Shipley, J. Hann, N. Mitchell, manager.
J.V. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Hagerstown . .
WV. Va. Deaf . .
Moorefield . . .
Martinsburg . . .
Central . . .
Beall . . .
Barton . . .
Allegany . . .
Martinsburg . . .
'Sabre went to press
Left, front to back:
Right, front to back:
Fort Hill Opp.
S. Morris, B. Athey and S. Davis.
A. Lepley, P. VVea.ver and 1. Garlitz.
Everyone's on the ball!!!
STYLE. . PRECISION. . .PEP
"Heyi Ho! Let's Go!" yells the crowd
attending the J.V. games. Leading the
yells with their own particular style, per-
fect timing, and lots of pep are the J.V.
cheerleaders: Barbara Athey, Sandra
Davis, joan Garlitz, Audrey Lepley, Sally
Morris and Patty Weaver. Mrs. Lenore
Resser has charge of these energetic girls.
jean Clontz, Forward
Margie White, Guard
Sarah Steward, Guard ,
,IOAIIH Cavaflaugh, F01'wl1Td JoAnn Dickel, Forward Annabell Leatherman, Forward
GETTING INTO THE ACT
Whee-ee-ee, goes the referee's whistle announc-
ing that the curtain is going up and another
girls' game is ready to start. Fort Hill's six
"actresses on the hardwood" got off to a good
start by winning their first five games of the sea-
son. Coached by Mrs. Henrietta P. Snyder, the
red-clad lassies added the Hyndman sextet to
their schedule for' the first time. The quick
shooting, clear wits, and the expert coaching of
the girls' basketball team brought additional
honors to Fort Hill's long list of athletic achieve-
ments, as they extended their winning streak to
eight straight games.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Fort Hill Opp.
Ursuline .. ..,., 34 32
Alumni ... 32 18
BeaIl...,. ,...28 19
Hyndman . . . . . . 54 8
Central . , . .... 33 51
Bruce ..,.. . . . 49 31
Bcall ....... . . . 23 16
'Sabre went to press.
GIRLS' BASKETISALL SQUAD
jean Hinds, G uard
Kneeling: M. Hafer and l'. Grimm. Seated, l. to r.: J. Hinds, J. Hicks, S. Steward, J. Cavanaugh, M 1 H ,
-I. Clontz, M. White, P. Thompson, A. Leatherman, QI. Dickel, j. Schaidt. Standing: S. Harvey, rs' enneua
manager: B. Lippold, M. Catlett, P. Corbin. Henrietta Snyder, Coarhg C. Largent, S. Lynch, Coach
C. Kline, R. A. Hardinger, C. Hornbrook, managrr.
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fi Y' WW ,divx
Row I: Wvhite, Shore, Hamilton, Combs, Farris, Hull, Beard, Morris, Hartman, Stine. Row II:
Coach Hahn, Rice, McVicker, XViddows, Couter, Steppe, Brown, Gilpin, Allen, Kerns. Row III:
Long, Dawson, Andrews, Bittner, Cookerly, Stoops, Reed.
The curtain goes up with the FOYY
Hill nine taking the field for another
baseball season. While winning only
four and losing ten last year, the team
was composed of first year men, but HOW
with experience they are up there with
the best of them.
DOWN THE RUNWAY
Down the runway there is the sound
of feet on the track. It must be the Fort
Hill thinclads working out for another
great track season. Last year Fort Hill
won the recognition of having their on-
ly undefeated track season in the history
of the school, winning the State Cham-
Row I: Coach Cavanaugh, Lynn, Mauzy, Smith, Shaffer, Turner, Ritter, Dickel, McGregor,
Wolford. Row II: Manager Dyer, Stickley, Yetter, Leamon, Peiffer, Cage, Bittner, Batt,
Reynolds, Burke, Hudson.
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Dick Heard goes Up and Over
john McVickcr shows Perfect
Dick Beard is Putting the shot
Bill Steppe is Setting a pace
john Shore has Flying feet
Fort Hill Uncleleated State Champions 1952
Handley Invitation Track Meet
Fort Hill 65 Handley 47
Univ. of Maryland Invitation Track Meet
Fort Hill 41 Frederick 21
City Track Meet
Fort Hill 1465 Allegany 30W
Allegany County Track Meet
Fort Hill 103 Beall 32
Fort Hill Invitation Track Meet
Fort Hill 128 Allegany 33
State Track Meet
Fort Hill 49 Montgomery Blair 245
john Batt, 3rd base George McGregor, S.S. Bruce Lynn, 2nd base Bucky Cage, C.F.
Eddie Dickel, Pitcher
Beall . . .
Bruce . . .
Beall . . .
Bruce . . .
LaSalle ..... . .
Central . . . . .
Paul Stickley, L.F
Jimmy Leamon, batting Dave Ritter, lst base Carl Shaffer, R.F
'Rill Rnrke. catchirl'
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OVER THE NET
Back and forth over the net the ball
is hit! The eight actors perform with
their knowledge of volleyball instead of
lines from a script.
Ron' I: Crimm, Hawatcr. Row II: Leather-
man, Black, Fisher, Sisk, Weltmen, Breighner,
Dugan. Row Ill: Case, johnson, Weltmen,
Royc, Miller, Brant, Bowman, Auvil.
el. Standing: Coach Snyder, jo-
Ann Cavanaugh, Bonnie Lip-
pold, jean Hinds, Jeanette
Hicks, Sarah Stewart, Janet
NVatch that foul line.
AI MI NG FOR STRIKES
Crack! It's another strike for the Sen-
tinel bowlers. Leading the howling club
are james Miller, president: Mary Lou
Crass, vice-president: Jean Weltman,
treasurer: and Mr. Charles Bryce, advis-
Kneeling: Pat Thompson, Ann-
abelle Leatherman, jo.-Xnn Dick-
Bittsyj' get that rebound!
Down the Hatch!!
Coordinating mind and muscle fwfgi
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Kneeling, l. to r.: D. Lewis, M. DeLuca, B. Cook, S. Lynch, majorettes, J. Dolan, drum major, D. Rowan, head majoretteg B
Weaver, V. Clites, T. Imes, majorettes. Row I : D. Abernathy, G. Haines, R. Jones, E. Alexander, B. Stallings, G. Tagliaferre, M
Cunningham, J. Honeycutt, D. Graham, W. Hedrick, C. Jewel. Row II: N. Purnell, J. Parker, B. Coleman, T. Mudge, L
Shumaker, B. Apple, E. Doughton, C. Lewis, B. Ayers, E. Evans, J. Kready, W. Shank. Row III: B. Willison, C. Jackson, B. Teller
W, Christopher, A. Adams, A. Clark, J. Underdonk, B. Bird, E. Shinholt, B. Babst, C. Durst. Row IV: S. Zembower, H. Schade
D. Parker, G. Arthur, T. Rowcn, S. Wilson, J. Duffey, C. Welch, R. Twigg. Row V: M. Liller, B. Leidinger, T. Knotts, J
Squires, G. Rowley, K. Kinser, J. Chisholm, J. Rowley, B. Resser.
A TOUCH OF RHYTHM
No production can be complete without the color and the spirit of our
musicians, who this year are under the skilled direction of Mr. Gordon Williams.
The officers of this group are James Rowley, president, Jack Underdonk, vice
president, James Squires, recording secretary: Donna Rowan, corresponding sec-
retary, and Thomas Rowan, treasurer.
Kneeling: Kessell, Reuschel, Stumbaugh, Shreeves, majorette captain, Proudfoot, Harper, majorettes. Row I: Groves,
Diehl, Saville, Mower, Dyche, Hannawalt, Files, Sisk, Mock, Robertson, Imes, Hardmen. Row II: Christman, Driver, Man-
gus, Wilson, Galford, Moyer, G. Smith, Speaman, D. Smith, Powell, Nield, Collins. Row III: Paxton, McKenzie, Kerr, Blu-
baugh, Ross, Brotemarkle, J. Smith, H. Smith, Strachan, Aaronhalt, Lewis. Row IV: Brown, Pumell, Fisher, Morgan, Val-
entine, Burgess, Lynch, Darrow.
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jUNIOR HIGH MAJORETTES
SENIOR HIGH MAJORETTES
Row I: Sandra Reuschel, Betty Broadstock and janet Donna Rowan, majorette captain. Front to back: Mary
Kessell. Row II: Norma Shrceves, majorette captaing Frances DeLuca, Twila Imes, Donna Lewis, Veronica
Donna Stumbaugh. Row III: Ellen Proudfoot, Patsy Clites, Barbara Cook, Barbara Weaver and Shirley Lynch.
Harper and Marie Rice.
THE MARCHING PLAYERS
High stepping Norma Shreeves, marching at
the head of the junior band, leads the junior
high majorettcs during a parade or at the junior
varsity football games. These colorful players,
including janet Kessell, Sandra Reuschel, Patsy
Harper, Ellen Proudfoot, Marie Rice, and Betty
Broadstork add spirit and gaiety to any occasion.
They are indeed looking forward to the day
when they can step out with the senior band.
"Merrily, we roll along!"
THE STRUTTING PLAYERS
Every great show must contain a pretty
chorus line. Our chorus takes its place at the
head of the band. This year's line is headed by
Donna Rowan with Mary Deluca, Veronica
Clites, Donna Lewis, Barbara Cook, Shirley
Lynch, Barbara Weaver, and Twila Imes. Be-
hind the scenes these snappy players can be seen
practicing many long hours so they will always
be ready to display their talentlll
"One hotdog, coming upl"
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Seated, l. to r., Row I: II. Luttral, M. Weaver, R. Randall, A.I.. Willard,
hop, D. Wilson. Row
Hoffman, L. Hoffman,
Caparossi, M. Miley, R.
J. Andrews, F. Bishop,
H. McKee, C. I-lout, N. Mease, L. Robinson, R. Bis'
II: Miss Annetta Yates, director, G. Popp, S. Kessell, C. Twigg, D. Howdyshell, M. L. Hicks, D.
J. Bierman. Row III: G. Haines, W. Clem, S.
M. Castle, M. Rice, R. Carder, S. Hixenbaugh,
M. Barnes, J. Weber, D. Wilson, S. Brinkman, J, Long, W. Shinholt, M. Smith, P. Souders. Row IV:
M. lvilson, E. Dawson, W. Resser, D. Hockman, M. Ritter, S. Wilson, R. Mears, D. Reed, J. Garvin.
Those melodious strains floating throughout the production are being fur-
nished by the A Cappella Choir under the direction of Miss Annetta Yates.
Assisting the director for 1952-53 are William Clem, president, Shirley Kessell,
vice-president, Ruth Bishop, secretary, Stanley Wilson, treasurer, Helen McKee,
Dale White, Patrick Souders and Charles Brown, librarians.
Row I: N. Mease, S. Kessell, S. Brinkman. Row II: R.
Bishop, S. Caparossi, C. Twigg. Row III: M. Smith, J.
Andrews, B. Clem, P. Souders. Row IV: L. Fisher, 1.
Duffy, S. Wilson.
Row I: S. Kessell, R. Bishop, D. Rowley, N. Mease. Row
II: S. Brinkman, accompanist, E. Dawson, Duffy, M.
Smith, W. Shinholt.
SENIOR HIGH GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Hun' I: l'. Ili2ISC'lll'lllJl'l'gCI', ll. Rice, I.ulIral, Miss Doris Davis, rlirerfnrg D. Rowley, N. Clark. B. Reynolds. Ron' II: M
Datri, S. Critcs, M. Wheeler, C. Cline, G. Meeks, R. Green, B. Bishop, K. Casserly, C. O'Donnell, J. Bealky, M. Cessna, J
Bucklew, l'. Huffman, C. Hornbrook. Row III: A. Parsenios, M. Popp, C. Hout, N. McClelland, D. Sabine, P. Northcraft
S. Hixcnbaugh, P. Weaver, N. Hillcgas, J. Carter, M. Castle, D. Cardrey, E. Williams. Row IV: J. Stutzman, J. Boyer, S
Brown, I.. Saville, l'. King, M. Sichler, D. Wilson, A. Willard, A. Matheny, G. Johnson, R. Hawkins.
While taking a tour through the Sabre, you will hear soft strains of music.
As you come nearer to the melodious sounds, you find it is the junior and senior
boys' and girls' glee clubs singing their songs of musical memories, under the
direction of Miss Doris Davis and Mr. Harold Hanson.
Our Young Melody Makers
SENIOR HIGH BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Accompanist, Mr. Harold Hanson, Director.
Row I: Il. Corley, F. Bishop, Shieler, J. Robinette, R. Lease, W. Long, J. Ayers, G. Popp, G. Carbaugh, Garvin. Row
II: R. Donahue, I.. Swartzwelder, S. Savilesky, D. Reed, R. Mahaney, G. Haines. D. Hockman. Row III: J. Kiiffner, T. Mc-
Conncl, C. Athey, li. Dawson, B. McKenny, S. Kerr. Row IV: P. Herring, K. Cross, B. Fisher, C. Halligan, J. Hershberger,
B. Shinholtz. I.. Fisher.
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I, l. tv r.: C. Reed, L. Alt, P. Butts, B. Thomas, B. Angeletta, S. Day, R. Green, M. Rose, J. Bean, N. Neil, G. Settle.
II: P. Wagner, R. DeVore, D. Struckman, L. Kerns, L. Craze, S. Shaffer, J. Reed, D. Grimm, M. B. Brown, K. Grubb,
eaver, R. Wagner, j. Wilson, C. Boyer. Row III: j. White, S. Athey, S. Adams, M. L. VanPelt, B. Long, J. Keller, M.
ap, D. Shank, S. Whetzel, M. Teeter, T. Morris, K. Trezise, J. Porter, P, Hull. Row IV: E. Johnson, B. Ambrose, D.
r, S. Brown, B. Waite, j. Caroll, M. Callis, C. Torbet, A. Miller, C. Mayhew, V. Roland, C. Ritter, M. A. Lewis, S.
wa oung Jifiagazf.
I: E. Martin, B. Hartman, P. Evans, B. johnson, C. Garland, M. johnson, J. May, A. McClelland, K. Miller, -I. Ashenfel
I. Godlove. Row II: C. Robertson, M. Clark, J. Crawford, S. Monnett, S. Turner, V. Welsh, E. Grimm, J. Dickens, M.
rs, B. Shaffer, J. Moore, J. Langley, J. L. Carroll, N. Taylor, D. Radcliffe, B. Rizer. Row III: W. Liller, S. Snatler, D.
Murra E. Zembower, M. Marion, P. Barnes, A. Hardinger, ll. Snyder, B. Hare, M. Cross, M. Norris, K. Bramble, A.
B. Liller, A, Breakall, R. Deneen, F. Northcraft, P. Imes, H. Craw-
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS'
Row I, l. to r: G. Carbaugh, B.
Wagner, j. Stevens, D. Durst, B
Wisenberg, D. McCullogh, R
Brant, R. Hedrick, L. Gross, G
Bowmen. Row ll: D. Dawson
H. Corley, D. Walters, C. Bishop
G. Stimmel, N. Gillum. Row III:
G. Shircliff, C. Bishop, B. Fisher
K. Wilson, L. Kennel. Row IV:
S. Oldaker, N. Zinn, D. Henry, M
Kesser. Raw V: W. Long, G. Win-
dish, C. Miller, C. Sibley.
Rum I, I, lu r.: J. Nec, C. Hasselberger, D. Stafford, S. Clapp, D. Rowan, C. Kniseley. Row Il: G. johnson, J, Pennel,
I.. Mort, M. Hill, A. Webster, M. Porter. Il. Ifahey. Row III: J. VVeber, M. Twigg, D. Cimmino, Ii. INilmot, B. Garlitz,
B. Campbell. Run' IV: N. jackson, R. Dyer, I-'. Hilligas, Parker, T. Rowan, D. Shrout.
Another production is rolling! The Thespians
are again on stage working' for a smash hit. As
an honorary society of outstanding actors and
actressess, they have displayed unusual ability
in living up to their motto, "Act well your part,
therein all honor lies." This year's officers are
Mary Hafer, president, Ann Webster, vice presi-
dent, Iirminia Warnick, secretary, Barbara Gar-
litz, treasurer, and Miss Helen Smith, adivser.
Congratulations on a very successful year.
Working busily and almost unnoticed is the
Fort Hill Players Auxiliary under the direction
of Miss Helen Smith. These Players can always
be found behind the scenes assisting the cast with
makeup and properties. Their biggest job is
advertising the plays and selling tickets. The
group is made up of boys and girls from the
sophomore, junior and senior classes. Officers
include Shirley Kessell, president, Deirdre Wil-
son, secretary, and Helen McKee, treasurer.
FORT HILL PLAYI-1R'S AUXILIARY
Rmu I, I, to r.: D. Wilson, H. McKee, P. Weaver, N. Ballou, S. Kessell, S. Brown, I.. Graham, B. Rice, H. Goldizen. Row II:
N. Clark, K. Cass:-rley, R. Hawkins, Cl. lfindlcv, C. O'Donnell, 1. Fleigle, Row III: M. Howell, G. Meeks, A. Breighner, A
Blackin, D. Dugan, R. Marker, M. Dailey, B. Thuss. Row IV: D. Rowley, A. l.. Willard. M. Baldwin, N. Wallace, E. Apple
B. Bishop, N. Purnell.
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FORT HILL PLAYERS
Row I, I. to r.: R. Shrout, M. Twigg, D. Stafford, D. Howdyshell,
S. Riley, C. Haselburger, J. Garvin. Row II: G. johnson, J. Pen-
nel, M. Hill, I. Raley, M. Davis, J. Burchard, E.'Milmot, D. Fahey.
Row III: J. YVeber, C. Hout, M. Golightly, J. Weltman, A. Brown,
A. Isom, -I. Kaiser. Row IV: Miss Helen Smith, directorg Davis,
F. Hillegas, J. Parker, B. Bird.
THE PLAY'S THE THING
Traveling into the land of make believe, the Fort
Hill Player's staged "The Sleeping Beauty of Loreland"
for the younger set. An original May Day fantasy, "Rhap-
sody in Blue," was also presented by this group. And
did you hear the strange accents around school this
year? YVell, it was only the Players using Scotch accents
for their play "The Little Minister." These productions
were all directed by Miss Helen Smith.
FORT HILL PLAYERS
Row I: J. Nee, R.M. Emerick, M. Boggs, S. Clapp, C. Kniseley, D. Rowan B Campbell Row II C Meister D Cimmino
M. Morris, A. Matheny, M. Porter, M. Hafer. Row III: E. Liller, Racey B Grady L Collins C Lillard A M ebster
Row IV: N. Jackson, E. Warnick, T. Rowan, Ellsworth, G. Tagliafeire B Cook Miss Helen Smith adviser
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CAST OF THE LITTLI MIINISTI R
lhm' I: Nanny Wrhtlrr, Carol Kniseley: Rob Dow, Fred Hillegas: Iinbhu' llailin 1 fauipbell fmfm Ihxlmr! .itlue Paiku
Alargurrl lirxliurf, Ann Wehsu-rg lilfie I,01L',C2lIllCTlIlC Barnhart. Row I1 Dr MrQuun Iommv Rowan Uma Mrl mul
Dolores lfzllieyg Lord Rinlaul, Norman jackson, lean .'llfFa1lrlt'n, Mary ll ilu Sr Ilallmfll Mtluu Boone
AN A-l PRODUCTION
"The I,ittle Minister," Gavin Dishort, came to Thrums,
Srotlantl, in the spring of l860. After arriving, he met
the age old problem of employer versus employee. The
weavers ol' 'l'hrums were attempting to force their em-
ployer, Lord Rintaul, to grant them a living wage. The
wcavers were letl in their successful fight by a gypsy girl,
Babbit-. The play not only pertains to the labor situation
of 'I'hrums, but it also unfolds the beautiful love story of
liabbie anal The Little Minister.
"Stop, Roh UOW. SIOPV' new nunxsttr will na like it lord Rmtaul
i vnlriuri' time
ELMER AND THE
With their brother El-
mer tucked safely away at
camp, Jeanie and Janie
Collier plan a party. El-
mer, who hates parties and
girls, arrives home unex-
pectedly and in time for
the party. When the love-
bug bites him he changes
his viewpoints about girls,
especially Millicent Carr.
CAST OF ELMER AND THE LOVEBUG
Seated: Janie Collier, Barbara Thussg Elmer Collier, Stanley Wilsong Ieanie Collier, Mary
Wheeler. Standing: Assistant director, Donna Rowan: Millicent Carr, Rita Markerg Hubert
Brown, Leon Shumakerg Cecil, Robert Jones, Luther Lawson, George Esking Announcer, Melvin
Ritterg Susan Collier, Margy Haferg Fannie Belle, Mary Dailey: and the director, Ann Webester.
H ulef, fights
The senior class presented Ile,
a drama of the sea. The action
takes place in Captain David
Keeney's cabin aboard the
whaling ship Atlantic Queen.
Annie, the captain's wife, losing
her mind because of the lone-
liness of the icy sea and the ruth-
lessness of her husband towards
herself and the crew, finally
realizes his lust for whale oil ex-
cels his love for her.
With this delightful com-
edy, the sophomore play
cast charmed the audience
and won top honors with
CAST OF ILE
Seated, l. to r.: Assistant director, Erminia Warnickg Ben, Tommy Rowan: Annie
Keeney, Barbara Campbell: The Steward, George Tagliaferre. Standing: joe, a sailor,
Norman jackson: Crew Member, Bill Birdg Captain William Keeney, jack Parker:
Tom Slocum, Blames Kaiserg and the director, Mary Hafer.
CAST OF AH, SWEET MYSTERY
Seated, l. to r.: Emily Briggs, jackie Weberg Kate, jackie Pennelg Rose, Helen McKee.
Standing: Assistant director, Carol Kniseleyg director, Dolores Fahey: Dr. Gildersleue,
jeff Carving Cyrus jones, Donald Huffg Martha, Annabelle Leatherman: Willie Briggs,
Charles Welshg assistant director, Porter.
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AH, SWEET MYSTERY
When only one copy of the Na-
tional Fiction Monthly arrives with
the last installment of "The Corpse
Who Danced in the Moonlight,"
Uncle Willie conceals it from the
rest of the anxious Briggs' house-
hold. The writer of the mystery,
Carl Cyrus jasper Jones, seeking a
new motive for his next book, steals
the magazine to prove his point and
elopes with the daughter of the
Sealed, I, to r.: Charlene Hout, proof reader, Beverly Heckert, editor: Carol Kniseley, a.vxi.vtant editor: Pat lehrbach, advisory
ronnniltrr. Standing: Robert Alvaro, photograplzerg Dolores Fahey, aclviaory rommitlrrfq janet Taschcnberg, nrt editor.
SCRIBES UF '53
"Fort Hill in the World" is the theme for the Scribes of '53 which is being compiled by Beverly
Heckart. lt is composed of original writings by the seniors of Fort Hill and it is edited for the pre-
servation of the many outstanding writing achievements of the class.
Helping to make this book a success, and one that will long be remembered, are Carol Kniseley, who
is assistant to Beverly, janet Taschenberg, art editor, Robert Alvaro, who displays outstanding work as
the photographerg Dolores Fahey and Patricia O'Neil, serving as the advisory groupg Charlene Hout,
proofreaderg and Dolores Lisanti, typist.
WRITING THE REVIEXVS
-. Wendyl Furlow Making the "Senior Scrapbook" inter-
Hfgh Ughff Wfifff esting as well as educational is the job of
a senior academic student, Marlene
Popp. As editor of the 1953 book, Mar-
lene collects write-ups and pictures from
the local newspapers concerning the ac-
tivities an.d organizations at Fort Hill.
Marlene Popp, Compiler of the Senior Scrapbook.
SPREADING THE NEWS
How does the community become acquainted
with our production? The spreading of the news
about the Cast and its activities is the job of Wendyl
Furlow. Wendyl, better known as "Scarlet" to her
Sunday Times readers, collects the school news
weekly, and through her column, the people in our
community become better acquainted with our pro- Y
duction and its cast.
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Co-editors Joan Schaidt and Dolores Faheyg and
Mr. james Engle, adviser.
HEADING THE SCRIPT """"'
Carol Kniseley, Elizabeth Purinton, co-literary editors,
Bill Shipley, sports editor.
Barbara Beightol, business manager: Mary jane Wilson,
Robert Alvaro Thomas
editors, janet Tashenberg,
SABRE STAFF IN THF. BIG CITY
Row I: A. Adams, R. Marker, E. jones, C. Knisely. Row Il: H. McKee, D.
Fahey, J. Schardt, E. Pur-inton. Row III: R. Alvero, T. Buser, Mr. En
H. McKee, underclass editorg Barbara
Campbell, senior class editorg Eleanor
jones, layout editor.
Sue Kester, advertising manager, Mary Porter, patrons manager.
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' Row I, l. to r.: janet Lou
Carroll and Wilma Jean Phil-
lips, seventh grade. Row II:
Betty Welsh, eighth grade: Don-
na Lewis, tenth gradeg Donna
Rowan, May Queen: Barbara
Weaver, tenth grade: Kathleen
Sandra Durmer, ninth gradeg
janet Nee, eleventh gradeg joan
Schaidt and Ann Webster,
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Joan Schaidt, senior attendantg Donna Rowan, May Queen, and
Ann Webster, senior attendant.
ROYALTY ON GRIDIRON
Slowly the float, shaped like a huge sil-
ver football, moved around the stadium,
carrying the lovely football queen, Sarah
Clapp, and her charming attendants, Joan
Schaidt and Ann Webster.
STEALING THE SHOW
A combination of beauty, intelligence and per-
sonality gained for popular Donna Rowan, the
title of Queen for Fort Hill's May Day produc-
tion of "Rhapsody in B1ue." With her attractive
senior ladies-in-waiting, joan Schaidt and Ann
Webster, Queen Donna ruled royally and well.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Standing, l. to r.: Wanda Adams, Gerald Arthur, Shirley Brinkman, Eliza-
beth Purinton, Marlene Popp, Marv Porter, Mary Hafer, james Squires and
"SPEAK THE SPEECH"
"I speak for democracy," were the first words that
won for senior Mary Hafer first place in the school con-
test and then fourth in the county finals. Purpose of the
contest is to encourage young Americans to voice their
opinions about their government while putting special
emphasis on freedom of speech.
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PLAYER OF THE YEAR
In recognition for his outstanding performances in
football, halfback johnny McVicker was chosen "Play-
er of the Year" by the Knights of Columbus, and re-
ceived a gold watch as his award.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
If you develop your character,
scholarship, leadership and give
your service, you may reach the top
as these National Honor students
have. Climbing the ladder of suc-
cess is a privilege each one in our
cast has. This year the club elected
Mary Hafer, presidentg Elizabeth
Purinton, vice presidentg Shirley
Brinkman, secretaryg and Gerald
Arthur, treasurer. Miss Gerardine
Pritchard is the adviser.
BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS
Receiving Oscars for their acting this
year are Barbara Ann Campbell, who was
cast as Annie in the senior play, Ile, and
Stanley Wilson, who portrayed Elmer in
the sophomore play, Elmer and the Love-
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JOHN MCVIOKER, OUTSTANDING BOY
Being a speedy half-back, a guard in basketball
and a relay man, has gained for john McVicker
the honor of being chosen by his fellow classmates
as the outstanding boy. Besides achieving this
honor, "johnny Mac" also was awarded the title of
"Player of the Year" by the Knights of Columbus.
In the tenth grade he participated in the activities
of the A Cappella Choir, and the following year
took part in the Junior Farewell Assembly. As a
senior, John was inducted into the National Honor
Society. This academic student aspires to enter
college and study engineering. To a very likeable
fellow, the Sabre extends its congratulations and
hopes that the years will bring additional success
ANN IVEBSTER, OUTSTANDING GIRL
A friendly personality and the ability to accomp-
lish any task well has won the title of Outstanding
Girl of the senior class for Ann Webster. Ann's in-
terest in dramatics has led her to membership in
the Thespians, and she has been in several major
productions. For outstanding work on the Sentinel
staff in her junior year, Ann became Associate Edi-
tor in her senior yearg when she was also elected
attendant for both the Football and May Queens.
Winning a state and regional speech contest and
being initiated into the National Honor Society
indicate that Ann maintains high standards of
scholarship. Congratulations, Ann, and best wishes
for a future that is as successful as your school
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Patsy Harper, Betty Broadstuck, Donnie Smith, Harold Ross, Chester Wilson, Georgia Kidwell,
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Frank Valentine, George Windish, james Harbell, Roberta Robertson, Barbara Valentine,
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Christman. Row II: Gerald Bowman, Henrietta Sciese, Shirley Rexroad, Shirley Stotler, Iris
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Of Expert Watch Repairing
215 Virginia Avenue
H.R. 8-10: Mrs. Dunlap
Row I: Jesse Markley, Robert XVilson, LeRoy Gross, Ronald Cross, LeRoy Blubaugh, Royce
Hedrick, Richard Brant, Barbara Ambrose, Martha Sisk, Paula Butts, Jennie Wigfielcl, Charles
Atkinson. Row Il: Leo Divebliss, Stanley Oldaker, Gary Shircliff, Bobby Driver, Lawrence
Kennell, Carol Tarbet, Karen Bramble, Anita Settle, Jeanette Bean, Nancy Nealis, Tabea Burger,
Herbert Shipe, Mary Belle Brown. Row III: James Zufall, Ronald Sapp, Clay Stotller,
Vllilliam Liller, Cathleen Grubb, Joyce Ann Reed, Audrey Miller, Charlotte Mayhew, Carol
Boyer, Barbara Thomas, Dorothy Grim.
Carl E. Shatzer
MEATS AND GROCERIES
Wholesale and Retail
Swain's Barber Shop
412-417 Maryland Avenue
110 Oldtown Road
KapIon's Young Men's Shop
The Cement Products Co.
407 Henderson Avenue 115 a.m.....e sneer
Keystone Shoe Store, Inc.
Phone: 5434 169 Baltimore Street
H.R. 8-ll: Miss Mcflulley
Run' I: Kay Miller, Nancy Row, Beatrice Sruckey, Rose Marie Hershberger, Ronald Hendrickson,
Richard Hedrick, David Brown, David Vespa, john Harclerode, jerry Kerns, Theodore Alt,
lloyd Klrites. Ron' II: Don Walters, Gail Ciarlilz, Geraldine Collins, Jacqueline Langley, Glenda
George, Lee llroleniarkle, Darlene Radcliff, Ronald lines, Leroy Shipley, lVilliam limerick.
Ron' Ill: Ruth llcneen, julia Chedester, Linda Thomas, james Smith, Ronald Layman, George
Nycuin, Kenneth Boho, john Kesler, Harold Coonaliam, Richard Valentine, Charles Haislip.
CUMBERLAND AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S
St. George Motor Co. Gurley's, Inc.
SpoerI's Garage Frantz Oldsmobile
Potomac Motors, Inc. Eiler Chevrolet, IHC-
Thompson Buick Corporation
The Men Who Know Your Car Best Are Factory Trained For Service
H.R. 7-I: Mrs. Dunn
Row I: james Dean, Edward Root, Nancy Taylor, joan Shanski, Erma Johnson, Joyce White,
Iulia Eaton, Mary Ellen Muir, Suzanne Brown, Ruby Kenny, Pearl Wagner, Catherine Barn-
hart, Richard Heavener, David Rowley. Row II: jellry Getz, Alice Brakeall, joyce Kniseley,
Brenda Waite, Linda Craze, Donna Kerns, Xsina Manges, Carol Reed, Linda Proudfoot, Mary
Lee Calbis, jcneanne Murray, David Eyler, William Matheney. Row III: Glen Twigg, Earl
Daniels, John Grove, Robert Leiws, Ervin Mason, james Lewis, Robert Thwaites, Barbara
Shaffer, john Clark, Virginia Welsh, Donna Koontz, janet jones.
H.R. 7-2: Mr. Higgins
Row I: Frank Grim, Billy Sulser, james Marrale, Randy Miller, Dale Root, Carl Slyniger,
Bill Cyzick, june Breze, Barbara Weaver, jackie Peterson, Pat Dumbusky, Richard Van Meter,
Dick Shaffer, Blair Crabtree. Row Il: Gary Minke, Lester Cook, Margaret Conner, Sandra
George, Doris Crites, Eugene Riggleman, Loretta Nazelrod, jay Hout, George Weaver, Carl
Petenbrink, Gorman Davis, Tommy Reed, Dorothy Harper, Ellen Yergan. Row III: Frances
Baird, Barbara Gill, Corrine Grubb, Coleen Crabtree, Judy McKensie, Judy Imes, Dorothy
Propst, Sandra Twigg, Twila Akers, Janice Lewis, Dalton Hillegas, Gary Wolford, Roy Fisher,
THE HOUT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Grading - Drainage - Foundations - Machinery Moving
Shovels - Bulldozers - Dump Trucks - Air Compressors
WE ARE EQUIPPED TO DO THE JOB
LOW BOY TRAILER FOR HEAVY HAULING
Cumberland: 2678-R Nights, Sun. and Holidays
HY - BURGER RESTAURANT
6 Miles West of Cumberland, Maryland
ON ROUTE FORTY
Owned and Operated by Charles and Dorothy Lee Genevie
H.R. 7-3: Mr. Stickley
Row I: Ronald Swanger, Edward Dyche, James Reed, Frank Neff, Larry Robinson, Ernest
Weimer, john Golighty, Kaydon Wood, Linda Hill, Patty Hedrick, Billie Simpson, Helen Bowles,
Wilma Phillips, Robert Nines, Lily Dentinger. Row II: Robert Fogtman, Thurl Roy, Kenny
Leasure, Lanny Harris, Carole Metzgar, Margaret Norris, jane Snyder, Peggy Davis, Bonnie Hare,
Thelma Harvey, Doris Day, Mary Cross, Henrietta Beck. Row III: Charles Patton, Mike
McCollough, Harold Shaffer, james Koerner, Albert Hast, Sandra Wotring, Rita Clingerman,
Barbara Joyce, Hilda Trail, Mary jane Hast, Wilma Redinger, LaVerne Row, Donna Sue Harris.
THE WILSON HARDWARE COMPANY
30 North Mechanic Street
Headquarters for Graduation Gifts
Nationally Famous Watches
DIAMONDS - SILVERWARE
1 n 9
A to Q11 W
11 1 F
m' 62 IALTIMORI ST.
Keech's Cut Rate Store
Wheatacol and Wheatarnin Products
43 Virginia Avenue
Congratulations from the
Super 40 Drive-In Theatre
Route 40 West of Cumberland
Joe's Texaco Service
1201 Oldtown Road
Groceries - Gasoline - Motor Oil
R. H. LAPP AND SONS
PLUMBING AND HEA TING
716 OLDTOWN ROAD
Columbia Cash Grocery
F C t M ' l
of me er em""'H 1oo columbia sneer
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of mmctwn Free Delivery Phone: 1979-M
SCC Prop., Roy L. Merritt
Frederick and George Street
71 TAXI OFFICE Phone: 71
Phone: 379 Congratulations to
The Class of 1953
H.R. 7-4: Mrs. Shobe
Row I: Billy Roche, Myrle Roy, William Nines, David Reiley, Kenneth Lawrence, YVayne
Diehl, Pearl Ralston, Earl Drake, Mary Lou Atkinson, joan Zembower, Eugene Shipley, janet
Deremer, Beverly Rizer, Eva Nelson, Carol Garland. Row II: Richard lVilson, William Brown,
Robert Swanger, james May, William Thomas, John Dean, Patricia Evans, Bonnie Hartman,
Barbara Johnson, Mary Ann Lewis, Joyce Martin, Patricia Kreger. Row III: Raymond Valen-
tine, Ronald Middleton, Donald Middleton, Jerry Meeks, jack White, John Gross, janet Lou
Carroll, Elizabeth Angellata, Louise Ritter, janet Crawford, Margaret Groves, Marcel johnson,
Monarch Printing Company Fred C. Crabtree
'I16 Frederick Street 138 Elder Street
Phone: 1436 MEATS - GROCERIES
New York Shoe Rebullders
Patsy Idoni, Prop.
The Work Done While You Wait
7-Up Bbfflillg Cbmptlny Opposite Y.M.C.A., Cumberland
when 5eWing' We 5m VVS McCormic Grocery
138 Monroe Street
lc FRESH MEATS
E CREAM PRODUCE
"Quality and Service Since l878" GROCERIES
SHOWMAN'S REFRIGERATION SALES
328 Reservoir Avenue PHONE! 3359
Commercial Refrigeration - Air Conditioning
H.R. 7-5: Miss Brotemarkle
Rau' I: Jerry Corley, Denise Shambaugh, Judy May, Robert Wilson, Richard Sommers, Peter
Hannowaith, Edward Sirbaugh, Merle Riggleman, Charles Hannolt, James Diehl, Anna Moses,
Ann McClellan, Joyce Swanger. Row II: Mary Mortzfeldt, Sandy Bruner, Donald Bland,
Shirley Shives, lislher Lewis, Ronnie Robinette, Robert Johnson, Eugene Kerr, Ray Bunner,
limma Simpson, Robert McKee, Judy Parry, Joann Lanbert. Row III: Barbara Liller, Douglas
Metz, George Smith, Ruth Perdew, Gary Appel, Dale Middleton, John Blake, Karen Hardman,
Thelma Rokztndirh, Myrtle Appel, Bonnie Brake, Joel Smith, Donald Jack.
Your Armstrong Distributor
FELIX HALF AND BROTHER, INC.
R. L. Schubert, Manager
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE - FORT HILL
of The Cumberland
TIMES - NEWS
SINGER SEWING CENTER
Everything for the Lady Who Sews
Fabric, McCall Patterns and Greatest Selection of
Zippers, Buttons, and Trims in Cumberland
Sewing Machine and Vacuum Cleaner Repair Station for This Area.
Corner of Virginia and Second Street
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
51 North Centre Street
We Get Our Vim from Liberty Milk!
LIBERTY MILK COMPANY
45 RACE STREET
For Tops In Entertainment Visit The
Crystal Drive-In Theatre
Corner Decatur and Bedford Street
Open Evenings and Sundays
Pierce's Cut Rate Store
Magazines - Newspapers - Kodak Films
First Aid Needs'- Kleenex - Ice Cream
First Street and Virginia Avenue
We Buy and Sell Used But Not Abused Cars HG00d Gvvds C0m5 In Little Packagesn
Gulick's Auto Exchange
305 South Centre Street
The S.T. Little Jewelry Co.
Cumberland, Maryland Registered Jewelers
Phone: 1444 American Gem Society
Maryland Avenue at Central
Coffman's Barber Shop
All Doctor's Prescriptions Filled Here
219 Central Avenue
Free Delivery Phone: 5300
H.R. 7-6: Miss Teeter
Row I: Harry May, Juanita Robbins, Betty Wastchford, Daffnc Miller, Wilber Hardinger, Judy
Fleschhauer, Donald Shipley, Ronald Imer, William Aldridge, Tommy Wilbinson, Richard Rice,
James Abe, Rodger Abe. Row II: Arthur .-Xshenfelter, Robert Kaiser, Forest Meeks, James
Wratchford, Kenny Ousburn, Mark Hazelberger, Barbara Llcwllyn, Eleanor Berg, Barbara Fisher,
Dorothy Miller, Clarence Kline, William Galliner, Rodger Hudson. Ron' III: Ada Garclon,
Lucy Goldizen, Barbara Leasurc, Betty Hill, Catherine Avcrs, Thomas Shaw, Dolene Henderson,
Barbara Colbert. june Baker, Calista Somerkamp, Silva Broadwater, Bob Datri, David Stahan,
Truitt Drug Company
W. K. Edwards H. C. Spiker
This Pharmacy Is Your "Fortress of Health"
238 Virginia Avenue
Ben Kamens George Kline
It Pays To Cross Town To
Kline Furniture Company
405 Virginia Avenue
We Specialize in
Wedding and Decorated Cakes
Bread, Rolls and Pies
Edward F. Clinebell, Prop.
33 North Centre Street
No Extra Charge For Credit
46 Baltimore Street
8 Greene Street
303 Virginia Avenue
Electric and Plumbing Supplies
Hardware, Paints and Glass
Always Ship By Shipway's
804 LAFAYETTE AVENUE
Your Community Lumber Yard Since 1896
32 QUEEN STREET
THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLANING
Congrntulatzons and Best Wzslzes to
THE CLASS OF '53
East Side Confectionery
232 Virginia Avenue
STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
A friendly college and one that holds an enviable record in the state
in the preparation of teachers
Lillian C. Compton, President
Call Frostburg 296 for further information
Cumberland First National Bank Building
Cl0Ck Gnd Suit' sl'0l'e We Write Every Form of Insurance Protection
Airline-Steamship - Rail - Tours
Congratulations to the
Best 'Wishes from CLASS OF '53
WARD N. HAUGER JEWELRY COMPANY
Hammersmith's Restaurant 16 N. Centre Street
OUR NEW HOME
22 N. Centre Street
HiIl's Toy Store
Headquarters for Party Favors, Decorations
Dislzes, Glassware, Paint and all Holiday
45 North Centre Street
Syckes' Music Store Laurent
GR OCER Y AND CONFEC TIONERY
Congratulations to the
CLASS OF '53
Corner of Oldtown Road and Race Street
H.R. 7-7: Mr. Helmick
Row I: Rosemary Allston, I.arry Oates, Larry Sloops, Donald Hare, James Shanholler, Gerald
Brinkman, Melvin Boone, James Monday, Emma Mekhotl, Ralph Atkinson, Louise Ault, Howard
Pciller. Row II: john Dyer, Richard Kirchner, Edna Kirchner. Betty Thompson, Douglas
Ifleek, Charles jankey, Nancy Sampsell, Treva Shanholtz, Catherine Brown, Donna Hardmcn,
Meats - Poultry - Vegetables
. l . Royal Crown Cola
Fruzts - Groeerzes
'l'l7 Virginia Avenue
Nehi Bottling Company
I' L h
Quan unc Springdale Street
All Food Cooked Daily
310 South Mechanic Street
QUEEN CITY oAmY, INC.
Our Peppy Cheerleaders Drink Queen City Milk
Pratt's Confectionery and Grocery
251 Williams Street
Candy - Magazines - School Supplies
MEATS OF ALL KINDS
Eat the best-get Sealtest
W. D. Y. K.
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Photo Lab Wholesalers
732 Oldtown Road
South End Market
H. K. Poling, Proprietor
MEATS - GROCERIES - PRODUCE
TlI6?'6,S a Dealer In Your Neighborhood for Cumberland, Maryland
"Better Photo I"inz'sl1ir1g by Christopher" Phone: 1739
Pepsi Cola Bottling Co.
71 M Greene Street
joseph T. and Mznrcus R. Reinhznrd
Cumberland Transit Lines
For your wily .Ylfl"UI'l'l', Clmrler 11 Coarh for
P11rl1'e.s', Outings and Trips
1600 Ford Avenue
Pasteurized Milk, Cream and Dairy Products
Walnut Place, Between Poco and Beall Streets
Curtis Cox, Manager Phone: 311-312
' 6 Carl Eiehner's Service
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REDDY KILOWATT POWER
Landis Typewriter Company
After- Graduation Pai Reddy Kilowatt 115 Frederick Sffeef
to work for you
Electricity Works and Works Cheaply in the YOUR ROYAL PORTABLE DEALER
home, at your business, on your farm
The Potomac Edison Co.
First Street and Grand Avenue
Crites Transfer 81 Motor
MOVING - Local - Long Distance
Modern Equipment - Trained Personnel
Reliable Service - Reasonable Rates
Call for Free Estimate
Rear 905 Glenwood Street
Davis' Camera Shop
t, I S!! "S !TS
To the Patrons . . . Without whose co-operation there would have been no
extra pages, go the thanks and appreciation of the 1953 SABRE Staff.
Mr. Ind Mn. J. E. Abernathy
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Perry R. Ambrose
Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton Arbogast
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G, Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Baughman
john Randolph Batt
Bobbie's Beauty Salon
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brookley
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Brotemarkle
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert E. Brinkman
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Buser
Mr. and Mrs. john F. Chisholm
The Rev. and Mrs. Carl H. Clapp
Mis. M. H. Clem
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dolan
Mr. and Mrs. james Ellsworth
The Rev. and Mrs. Louis H. Ewald
Thomas A. Frazer
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goss
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Grady
Adam E. Grim
Compliments of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Gross
Dr. and Mrs. james Hallinan
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hansrote
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Heavener
The Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Heckert
Hockman Esso Service
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hout, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon R. jones
Mrs. Florence Kester
Mrs. Robert Kerlin
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Knotts
Charles B. Laing
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Leidinger
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lindner
Mrs. Harry Livingood
Comm. and Mrs. john j. Long
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman
Malone's Texaco Service
Attorney and Mrs. Earle Manges
McGee's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs, Arthur C. Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neat
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Ney
Mr. and Mrs. William Popp
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Porter
Mr. and Mrs. james Reynolds
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Riggleman
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin- D. Robinetle
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Robinette
Mr. and Mrs. Leo S. Rowan, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rowley
Sabre Advertising Staff
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Schade
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Schaidt
The Schlund Family
The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Scrogum
Corp. Allen QAIQ Shaffer
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Shaffer
Mr. and Mrs, 1. B. Stafford
Dr. B. W. Stump
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Taschenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taschenberger
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Twigg
W. A. Van Orrner, M.D.
Mary E. Walsh A
Mr. and Mrs. Lawerenoe M. Weltman
Mr. and Mrs. "Bink" Wilson
Wilson and Blubach
Mr. and Mrs. john Whisner
H. G. R EBUCK a so
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES EVERYWHERE
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