Fort Hill High School - Sabre Yearbook (Cumberland, MD)

 - Class of 1954

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J f' 'fe- 'aiigl .I . 44" . . -1, K 'Z .aj 2 7, FP: 'fiisifsf , n.1.:2v,. -f 9 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - - Rau' 1: Hari- lynn Baldwin. presiclentg Betty Ferguson, secretary. Row II: Wayne Couter. rice presi- dent: Miss Kathleen Cumbee. social rzdriserg Mr. Carl Ritchieg financial adriser: Robert .-Xyers. treasurer. Seniors at work and play FUTURE Wonufs BECKON linder the guidance of Miss Kathleen Cum- hee and Mr. Carl Ritchie. the Seniors plan their lifels work for the future world which lieckons to them. Following several class meetings, the motto HNothing succeeds as well as suecessf' the flower. the white rose: and the colors, light liluc and white were selected. The class then planned its activi- ties to provide creative, dramatic and social opportunities for every member. Across the footlights of the earth the sen- iors presented a mystery, 6'The Towerf' as their play of the year. 6'I'Ieat Lightning" was their entry in the play tournament. The "I Speak for Deniocracyl' contest and the outstanding actress were won by two versa- tile seniors. Sweet music. voices of happiness, and soft lights reflected the beautiful colors of the senior prom. Vllith the accomplishment of their various activities and scholastic duties. each senior closed his book to go out into a world of his own. Ifl IZXIIIEIII ll-KN l'I'ilUlI'FON lfommrrrial Nt-nior Class in-rrctaryg 'I'ri-Ili-Y 1,2.3.i: I'sliers 1.2.3.1-Q Junior l".in-wi-Il Nssvinlrlyg National llonor Society 3.1: Ilantl Conv:-rl Y: Cl:-v Vluli l.Z.lg Nlav Ilay 1,2,3g ll.U.S. Plillafore l. .Niirfl :JI . . . lnivx lu Iuush . . . run' . . , gmail flmxrrr "lfwr1i'i. W Xl'NI'. XNIIIUNX t.fiI"I'I'iR Ararlcrriic Nnior tlass Nici- I'rcsi4Iv'nt3 Student Ilirt-'mr of Intramural Fports 2: lsootlmll I.2,3,ig Ilaslietliall I.2.5.1L 'lirark l,2,3,13 Ili-H 2.3.1. Yi-fir , . Jimplf-A .... v mm- of himnfr . . nf-u'i-e . . . lonlhall mmf . . nn'sfh1'e'mu.x grin. W. Cm . , . . W.4 .-we ! NHRIIXNN IFNWN IIXLITWVIN ilfrrlleniif Senior Class I'n-sitlentl Junior Class Pre-siulentz 5oplmniore Class Si-I-rcturyg Sentinel II. Feature Ifnlitor 1: A Cappella Choir 2.3. Ir:-asurer 43 Tri-Ili-N I, Year:-tarv 2. Chaplain 3, llostr-ss 11 Na- tional Ilonor Suri:-tx fi, Secretary I1 Players Xuxilary 2.3.12 .lun- ior Fare-wvfll Xssm-nilnlv. "lf11ltlv" . . . gum! lmnlrr . . . pleuszrnl . . . rapfzlzle . . . inlelli- gem. DANIEL ROISIERT AY!-iRs .4ff1f1'f'fi11r Senior Class 'llrf-asurer: Ilanil 1.2.3, l'rvs-itlvnt 43 Ili-Y 2.3.42 Junior Town NI'-eliiig 4. 4 'AHUU' , . . Iopx in rnnlh , . nice . . . full of lun . . . helpful. LL I ite-r it 'ig XI. Baldwin R' Ayers I U 1' , BETTY Lol. ADAMS COVYHYIHVCHII Monitors 2.3, Student Director 45 Ushers 3g Mixed Chorus lg Glee Club 2, Office Attendant 3,4, Junior Farewell Assembly , Stu dent Council 4. Loves to laugh . . . It-ilty . . . easy lo get along with. WILLIAM EDWARD BABST ACUJCWC Junior Farewell Assemblyg Junior Town Meeting 3,13 Honor Society 3,45 Orchestra 23 Band 1.2.3. tice president National 4. Sense of humor . . . mum' friends . . . excellent in music and science. BETTIE JEAN ALVARO C0VfH'1f'L'f'1l Library 2.3. Mimeotraph Crew 4. Junior Prom Committee, Junior Adams I Farewell Assembly. Has many friends . . . dependable . , . sense of humor. E W. Babst 'fs if w is I 'E B. Alvaro X. 'c, Abbokast of ' I J. Arnica E. Arhey 'J E- MBL mes X! f, I ' I V, ,I 1 y , :ills yr ,ts -yr IJ f., f.. .f , F. Appel rx I N b I 1 ky, N- N. Barnhart X ' Ll sw. KU - l Xb CLARA MAE ARBocAsr Commercial i BR XJ 1' ' X 5 X 'lx Junior Farewell Assemblyg lfshers 1,2,3,4g Monitors l,2,3,4g Sabre 'QA l H. Appel E. Appel I N . I NK LRC "L K 3. xt- l' Easy to get along with . . . cute . . . loads of fun . . . w .lor-1iN A. ARNICA Hiking Club lg Stage Crew. Quiet lad . . . well liked. Vocational EDWARD CLARENCE ATI-IEY Junior Town Meeting 2,3g Football l,2g Baseball 2.3.43 Pinafore lg Clee Club 1,2g Choir lg Councilman of Youth ell liked. Commercial H.M.S. Covern- ment Day 35 Hi-Y 3,43 Junior Farewell Assemblyg Student Council 35 Art Club lg May Day 3.4. A friendly classmate . . . sparkling personality . . . liked by every- one , . . good dancer . . . neat ELIZABETH ESTHER AIJLT Junio Town Meeting 3,42 Junior Farewell Assemblyg Glee Club. Char ' g disposition . . . pleasing smile . . . uivacious . . . "Betty", Commercial ROSE lVlARIE BARNES Academic Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,l-g lfshers 33 Choir 2,33 Clee Club 2,34 234 GEORGE FREDERICK APPEL Commercial "l Mixed Chorus lg Glee Club 34 Track l,2g Baseball 3,4-g Basketball ' Keen interest in sports . . . uginning smile . . . liked by all. NANCY CAROL BARNI-IART Commercllzl Dramatic Club lg Mimeograph Crew 3.1. Thoughtful . . . always has fun . . . gets along well with oth HARRY G. APPEL Football 1.2.3,Lg Track 1.2.3.4-: Hiking Club lg Safety Club 2. Witty . . . has many friends . . . fun to be around. Vocational JAsIEs EDWARD BARRETT Baseball 3,4-g Basketball -1-: Clee Club 3.4. I Witty . . . always happy . . . :cell liked . . . ".iIoe". HAIRIET l'lL'DORA APPLE Commercial Trikfi-Y 3. Hostess 43 Fort lrlill Players lg Players Auxiliary 3: onitors 2.3,-l-1 Choral Speaking 43 Junior Farewell Assembly: 'lm's Wlho in 121 Typist lg Cheerleading: Club 1. ILong brown hair . . . Pretty smile . . . Quiet. CAROLYN GRACE BAL'Ar A Sabre 3, Faculty Editor -lg Library 2g Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. Sentin IN liiizriing smile . . . sociable . . . kind personality. M ,fl-ji If W VCP ' A if F JJ fl J L l lil' 1. U Q .y will ers. General carlemzr Sincere . . . excellent student . . . agreeable with classmates. j. Barrett C. Baum -L NEIL BECI-I1'oL Commercial Football 1,2.3,4g Track 3.4. Pleasant manner . . . interested in sports . . . red hair and face to match. RICHARD ALLEN LEE BRANT General Football 2.3.4-g Track 3,4-. Active in sports . . . friendly . . . neat. EDWARD JENNINGS BERRY General Projection Crew 2,3,4. Has clever way of expressing ideas. ROBERT EDWARD BRANT Academic Football 23,43 Basketball 2.3513 Track 2,3,-13 Hi-Y 2, Sergeant-av Arms 3, President 4-g Vice President of Class 2g Play Tournament 2: Junior Farewell Assembly: Band 1,2. Interested in sports . . . cute . . . liked by opposite sex . . . "Bobby foe." JosEPII ROBERT BENsoN ' General Wild Life Club 1,2g Canvas 2. X Humorous . . . favorable persol ' '. MI ARI 14: Bocas Commercial X Tr igiflg. hostess 4-g Players 3,4-3 Monitors l,2,3,4-g Junior alk "e . . pl aaant personality . . . friendly smile . . . trust- J.. l - , I fa -.4f..x WILLIAM L. BOLINGER . sl General V ' I- . I E Berry Quiet . , . easy to get :mp . . pr tx eyes . . ."Larry". Ia 4. li! Hfifjkf v X' 7lf41.J fr!! ,' .l Benson M Boggs W. olingdti J. Boyd ff! 'ff fifggf t ,il JOSEPH G. BOYD Commercial .lunior Town Meeting 4. Nice smile . . . friendly . . . easy to get along with. JOANNE DORIS BOYER General Library l,2,3q Clee Club 33 Junior Farewell Assembly. Loves lo skate . . . dimples . . . always on the g0. CHARLES MOt1'ER BROOKS Vocational Stage Crew l,2,3,-1. Well liked . . . pretty hair . . . dependable. RUTH CAROLYN BISHOP Commercial Sabre 'lg A Cappella Choir 2,3,4g Maryland State Chorus 3,4-g Oc- tet! bClee Club 2,3,4. . . amiable person . . . dependable. I ALLA ADELIA BROTEMARKLE Carnrnereial C Brown j L Library 2: Clee Club lg Junior Town Meeting 24 junior Farewell .J Assembly. tj y , Sweet . . . liked by all . . . quiet. J . I fi HARD F LIN BITTNRR Academic Hi- 4 Football l,2,3,-1-g Safety Club lg Class treasurer 2g B all 3,331-g Base ll l,2,4-3 Track 33 Junior Farewell As- enior Farewell' ssembly. . . . tall . . . Nxllworry in the world . . . "Biltsy". 0 " 0' . JJ 'L 'fi -C Allies BROWN General ff I L ll f . of Farewell Assembly: A Cappella choir 2. i l X U ikes to dance . . . witty . . . lunster. l . N. Brown I ' I 1 1NAOMI VERNA BROWN Basketball 1. General Plegsant disposition . . . has many friends. a KAREN ANNE CASSERLY Academic I " ' 1 'a l E lfshers 1.2.3.4g Players Auxiliary 2.3.4-g Dramatic Club 1: Tri-Hi-Y I , i ll 3,4-g Glee Club 3,4-3 Sabre 4. A Pleosing personality . . . kind smile . . . it-ell liked . . . considering J I college. AX, JANICE ELAINE BI'RcI-IARD Academic l Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Monitors 1.2.3. President -1-g Orchestra 1.2: Jun- ior Farewell Assembly: Players Auxiliary 3,43 Choral Speaking 3: Representative for Mr. R-nwe's Retirement Luncheon. Cooperative . . . ' rdial . . . de ndable. . s rw H! rfffcf , . oRsIA EAN CLARK Academic ' lfs ers 3.4: Tri-Hiat 3, g A Cappella Choir 3.4: Octette 3.1: ette 3,41 Sabre 3, Senior Class Editor 4: Glee Club 1.2,3,4: May I ay 3: Maryland Chorus el-: Players Auxiliary 2.3.4. . Gay- grsonali . fri . . . loves to sing. LACDE WvlLL1.-AM CAGE General A ' owling 2,35 Projection Crew 2: Junior Class Treasurer: Junior LZ F eviell Assemblyq Safety Club 1. asant smile . . . amicable. ' CARRIE CLAI'oE'rTE CAMPBELL Commercial - Lishers 1. Treasprer 2.3, Outstanding lvsher Award 2: Sabre 3. ILM, j gf ' ' 5 Advertising Manager 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1.2, Historian 3: Clee Club 2: J. Burch' C, Cag x J. I.. Cage l. C. Cage 1. I Mixed Chorus 1: Library 3,43 Mimeograph Crew A1-: Student Coun- cil -Lg May Day 1,21 Sleeping Beauty 3: Junior Town Meeting 3: ll I Tumbling Club 1. I A ' J I i Popular Miss . . . agreeable personality, lt' 'H l ' lJ I I If C. Campbell n i -f .r' S' CaP0Y0SSi F. Carbaugh yr-, ul xl l IP SHIRLEY ANN CAPORUSSI Commercial . s Glee Club 1.2: Choir 2.3.41 Tri-Hi-Y 2: Maryland Chorus 3.4-: ' J Song of America 23 Junior Farewell Assembly: May Day 2,3. I . ' Enthusiastic . . . wontlerful personality' . , . thoughtful of others. I' , , Q ' K-- JAMES l-1l'cI:NE CARBAULII Voqational 1 x 4 ' 4 ' Football 1.2. " I A 1 1 1 Agrecalrle personality . . . lots of fun . . . well liked lzy all . Xi 1 A 5 "Cene". tty' 4' REGINA LOUISE CARIJER Commercial Ushers 2g Monitors 1: ,lunior Farewell Assembly: A Cappella Choir 2.3: Glee Club 2.3: Office Attendant lg Mixed Chorus 1. . Admirable personality JANET LOUISE CAGE Library 1,2. Pleasant . . , fun to be JoIIN C. CAGE Stage Crew l.2,3.4. Good sense of humor frienlls. CLAIRE :UAE CLAY Academic - Monitor 12.3.44 Tri-1sliY 3,-l-: Square Dancing Club 1: Players '24 Auxiliary 3. Friendly . . , large broil I1 eyes . . . interested in many activities. Commercial ii-ith, SHIRLEY 1,0l'lSE Cures Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 1.1: ,lunior Farewell Assembly. Attractive . . , quiet personality . . . sweet . . marriage lzound. Vocational reserved . . . . has a great numlser of C. EIJwARn COOKERLY Vocational Football 2,3,4-9 Track 2,331-: Band 1,2. Admired by classmates . . . friendly . . . pleasant personality. . . , always in good humor . . . sensible. - , L J' - 33' K. Casserly N . Clark C. Clay S. Clites lf. Cnokerly Cv. Cosner r' S . GAYNOR COSNER General L, ,. ll' -l Lots f friends . . . well liked by classmates. 1 JAMES DICKINSON Academic ,Il-X K S7 ldv Hi-Y 3,4-g Football Manager 2.3.41 Junior Farewell Assemblyg Bas- ketball lg Safety Club 1. 1- I ' - Neat . . . sense ol humor . . . well liked . . . "Mort", Il 'h r J J. Datri H. Davis Nr 5 Joi-IN DATRI Vocational Neat . . . lots of fun . . . easy going . . . sense of humor. KENNETH DODRILL Vocational Quiet . . . "Babe" . . . pleasant smile, HOWARD DAVIS Commercial Art Club 1,23 Crlee Club 1,23 Senior Farewell Assembly. Liked by everyone . . . likes sports . . . a swell classmate. EDVVARD WILLIAM DOWNTON General Band 2.3.41 Basketball 3. Friendly . . . agreeable manner. 'I SHIRLEY JEAN DAv1s Academic M Softball Ig Basketball 2.3,4: Volleyball 2,335 Junior Farewell Assembly: Sewing Club 1. Bashful . . . alu-ays has a smile . . . nice personality . . . good word for everyone. EDGAR DAWSON . Commercial Football 3,41 Track 3,4 at-Choir 3,4. Lots of fun . . . gets along with everyone . . . pleasant personality. JoA:-J VIRGINIA DEAN Commercial Library 3,4-g Cheerleading and Baton Club Ig Junior Farewell As- sembly. EVELYN KATHERINE DETER Commercial N2 gb R Uweet . . . liked by all. t f X Nt ' X Health Room Attendant 2,3. Pleasant smile . . . friendly personality . . . "Tootie". QX3 av Xxx Ev:-:LYN Jo ANN DICKEL Academic Volleyball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4-g Junior Town Meeting 4-g May Day 25 National Honor Society 3,4. Lots of fun . . . winning smile . . . interested in sports . . . dimples . . . "Dick", - I 'I f Ziff J. Dickinson K. Dodrill E. Downlon J DHHS E Daw on J Den., W Davls J Dunbar C Durst J JOAN DLNBAR Q: Y Llbrary 3 Sentinel Representatlve 12 Mixed Clio Council 4 Talkative long hair ntre classmate ILLIAM EUGENE DAVIS General Trustworthy . . . likes sports . . . nice person to knou. CLAUDE LESTER Duasr Academic Football 2g Stage Crew 1. Fun lo be with . . . ambition to be a State Police Officer . "Dusty". , x ,J ROBERT DURST RONALD GLEN DYER 1 1 ssemhlyi. V-ID' R. Durst 5 D. Evans F. Eaton a" ROY FRANKLIN EAroN ROSE M.kRIE ENIERICK Good fellow . . . qndef. .'. 1 A I Commercial f ' handsome. 1' ' J l I ' I SHIRLEY lblAY FRAZIER f ,J ' Commercial Play Tournament 3: Farewell Assemblyl3.4g Basketball 23 Student Council lg one Club 1,2. I I , Alu-ay.: laughing . . . many friends . . .lrrice personality. ' Acmlernic Hi-Y 2324: Players 3, President 4: Thespian 3,-ig Play Tourna- ment . 'George Washington Slept Here 2g Sleeping Beauty 3: ' dlii ,'SSortsX:'Aifor 4: Basketball Manager l,2,3g Junior Fare- ' .Revefa dull moment . . . mischievous grin . . . "Rock", , I Q" S. Frazier Elef' A. Fisher A. Fuller DAVID HAROLD EVANS General Band 1, Friendly . . , nice . . sincere . . . personality plus. 1, EVAN MAN EvANs Commercial Ba l,2,3,4: Hi-Y 3,4-. Q y to get along with' quiet . . . nice looking. f if I . lv , P v REGINA EYLER Commercial I ll 1 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4-g Junior Town Meeting 3: Student Council 2g Office y'l',.,Q Vifolier3,4. 1 l! f i J' Lik ble . . . full ol lun . . . always in a good humor, y . ALICE ELIZABETH FISHER Academic Tr'- ' 2,3,4g Sabre Photographer 3,45 National Honor Society ff' Dep able . . . considerate . . . intelligent . . . swell girl. ANITA LOUISE FULLER Commercial Pretty smile . . . charming personality. General Humorous . . . nice personality . . . many friends. GEORGE JEEFERY GARVIN Commercial Glee Club 23,4-g A Cappella Choir 3.45 Canvas Crew 2.3.11 Play Tournament 3: Projection Crew 1,2. Willy , . . full of crazy jokes . . . liked by everyone. Commercial Junior Farewell Assembly 3g May Day Assembly 3g Players 3: R- E"""ifk Choral Speaking 3g Sabre 3.4. Pleasing personality . . . has many friends . . . "Tools". C, Erichsen RITA ELLEN GEORGE Czrhryerciizl Glee Club 2,4-4 Ushers 2,33 National Honor SocietyA3,1.9zf' 7,7 Lf Sweet personality . . . shy . . . happy . . . lots of will "J uf X, if Iv, C 9 CHESTER GORDON ERICIISEN General. ' f Z' f Projection Crew 2.3,-1, '57 1 rf I J ff Suell boy . . . a smile for everyone. 1 fy ja J' if RICHARD SLOTT GILPIN if , I . N General Football 3,4-g Track 3.4. 'l H MV Good athlete . . . pranlrsler ...v s of jun . . . friendly . . J. Garvin R. George R. Gilpin 1' "Skeeter". l M. Golighlly MARY ELMIRA GOLIGHTLY I' y4C,,,1,,,,k'Y!' Sentinel CO-editor 3,4-3 Sabre 3, Literary CO-ed' r Tri-Hi-YJ 1,2,3,4-g Ushers 1,2,3g Players 3g Players Auxilia ,49 Juligpl Town Meeting 4. "l Pretty auburn hair . . . "Myra" . . . personality 'plugk wx 4 X ,K x X it ' JACK ELVIN HANN i Amdemi Basketball 3,43 fastball 3,49 F olbgll 2, Quiet . . . jun loving1f . tall , , arg mindgd. X 1 Q . dj RONALD GRABENSTEIN , P .ICQ-,,e,a1 Pleasant . . . friendly boy . . . "Cravy". X, ' -v que R. Crabenslein E' Groves J. Grahame C. Cross M. Cross S' lhims D. Hamilton R, Hanrkamp EARL CROVES Germ-ral Football 1,2,3,45 Track 3,4-. Sports minded . . . winning smile . . . lun to be with . . . "Chuck". SHIRLEY ARBUTUS HAINI-:s Commercial Pleasing manner . . . considerate . . . quiet. DAYID ROBERT HAMILTON Vocational All around fellow . . . many friends . . . nike personality. ROBERT ALBERT HANEKAMP General Full of lun . . . easy to get along with. CONNIE SUE HASELBEROER Academic Glee Club 1,2,3g Sabre 3,45 Library 2,3,4g Class Play 25 Sleep- ing Beauty 35 Thespians 4. Sweet . . . Cute . . . has many friends. JOSEPH WILLIAM GRAHAME Academw Well groomed . . . easy to get along with . . , lata of fun. GEORGE T. HAs'r General Pojection Crew 2,3,4. Friendly . . . nice to talk to . . . humorous. GEORGE THOMAS GROSS General Farewell Assembly 4. Witty . . . pleasant ta be around , . . friendly, ROSELLA ANN HAWKXNS Academic Dramatic Club Ig Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Ushers 2,3,4-5 Players Auxiliary 2, 3,4-g Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Conscientious worker . . . many friends . . . ambition to be a nurse. MARGARET DOLORES GROSS Commercial Liked by everyone . . . quiet . . . swell classmate. JEANETTE MADELINE Hxcxs Academic Basketball 1,2,3,-13 Volleyball 1,2,3,4g Farewell Assembly 3,43 May Day 2g Twirling Club 1. Liked by all . . . outstanding in .sports . . . always in good humor. If' J. Hnnn C. Haselberger G. Has! R. Hawkins J. llirks 'C' ll Xl. Hicks F. lrlilli-gas N. Hillegas R. Hinds i C i,2g Ciioir Zdggtqhent Council 1. , W .A i rn! 4' Y Lo icics ' I X Caynme 'l I ' ' is " L ts yfriends . . . alusays laughing . . . likes to sing . 1,."!Marly. 'V F Aj f , ,l, , ' A ' V ' lx I LL!! , ff? 4 1' 9 Doms ANN ovy s, Nl, " l, A V I 'Gqnqaf ' f f , , l Glee Club c li ,sip library ifzg Ifiayefs saqmqy no 3, ! U 1 3 L' K Song of erica, Ll' il' 5' C KN' , Petite b nelte .'. . 755 to lrnfwf . Lhwell Pjrfonalily. I lj l V ,li i fi FREDERICK RALPH HiLLi-:cAs Y Cenerl ' C Choir 3.4: Players 33 Thespians 3.4-3 Maylbay 31 Little Minister g Play Tournament 4: I Speak For Democracy Winner 4. 0 t nding personality . , . well lilrea' among classmates . . . "Fred". A 415, DoNA1.n PAUL Hurt-' General lf Players 3,49 Mixed Chorus lg Thespians 4-g Play Tournament 3. V Nice smile . . . congenial. LORMA Isis H 1.i,r:cAs Commercial Clee Club .34 unior Farewell Assembly: Ushers 25 Mixed Chorus y friends . . neat . . . usonzlerful to be arounrl . . ' nie". DONNA JEAN HUFFMAN Commercial Choir 2,351-. Lots ol fun . . . likes to sing . . . sweet. MILLIE REGINA HINDS Academic Volleyball 1.2.3.4-3 Basketball 1.2.3.4-g Junior Farewell Assemblyg National Honor Society 3,4-. Usually smiling . . . likes sports . . . easy to get along with . . "fean". ANN Mmm HORWATH Commercial Bookroom Attendant 1: Sabre -lg Junior Farewell Assembly. A girl that everybody likes and can get along with . . , "Annie" CHARLOTTE JEAN HORWATH Commercial Monitors 2.3.41 Clee Club 2: National Honor Society 3,4-. Naturally bright . . . pleasing pcrsonalityl! if D . " L fr . . , ' Tnhsylj Ruixwnn Housiz Genera: f- l 1- Q ram, gat! ' I - ! ,L 'Digpi rl . . . likes sports . . . nice physique. X J J - , ' . ' , BAQALD I-awful Hoi Suiim.nEn Cerner If A Pleanng panison ty p use of humor frierully fAJ'4I jd' 6 I is... t -- l P at D. Hnwdyshell D. Huff D. lluflman R. Householder It H"n"bens'm B. llulson Ir A, H01-wagh X C. Horwalh T. House I r it tr' J N ll , 'JAMES Lenox' Hrsimgnrson CPWVGI I y ,Football lg Projection Crew l,2. , rl xt? Friendly lad . . . co-operative . . . many friends. , W .2 ,. LizAm:ru x iz Hi R' X. CUIYIIYWVCIUI Monitor! 2.3.11 fybf8i,B,4: Library l.2: junior Town Meeting 3: , 1 Tri-HL 1. . ft' r lou lurlx .flmain interest roller skating . . . sociable. Bern' RUTH Hursox Cvmnleffial A Mimeograph Crew 4. uiet . . . appreciative . . . understanding. I1 . 3" l , ,, . .M T. lmes C. Johnson F Johnson G. Johnson M. A. Johnson , r QQ a. ' I TWILA VIRGINIA Iivms . ' ' Commercial Majorette l.2,3,'l: Farewell Assembly 3.4: May Day 1.2.3. Witty maforelte . plain spoken . . Lnlways laughing. ' . J - l 7 Bas I' A. KI-:TTI-:RMAN Cnmrnereial " l fl q Lilrary 2.3: Vshers 3g Junior Farewell Assembly: Student Coun- ---f 1 l A c Representative 12.4, Secretary 31 Junior Town Meeting 4. V' V V 'inning trays . , . lots of fun . . . rliligent . . . lrinrl. if 7 CHARLES' Jonssof V0Cf1fi0'l0l A Bowling Club 3.1-. f " I ' jovial plersonalily . . . easy 'to get along with. J I l lk j 4 l V ' 4 ROBERT LEE KING Commercial ' lf ' Junior Town Meeting 2.3g Projection Crew 2.33 Mimeograpli Crevx' , rl 4' ' -x 3 ' ' K Fun luring . . . mischievous . . . pleasant . . . "Chip", ' M ' I T . l l' ' ELOISE VIRGINIA Jnnrssnn Commercial 'J Library Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 3,4-1 lfsliers 3.1-1 Clee Club 4. Charming , . . agreeable . . . lots of fun. J ELI-IANOR l,0l4ISE JONES Academir Tri-Hi-Y 1.2.3.-1: Sabre 1.2.3. ru-eclitor 43 Highlights Editor 4: Monitors 1. Student Director 2.3: Junior Town Meeting 3. Y Sense of liumor . . . friendly , . . quiet . . . cfrnsvientious Irorlrer. J lt SHIRLEY JEAN JONES Commercial " Tri-Hi-Y 1.21 Dramatics Club 1: Monitors 1.2,3. Pleasing personality . . . easy to get along with . . . liked by all. Keeler Jnumbvsus kiwi lk Frzerfdl J q t L V ' x 1 'VMI N , Basketball! Track? 4 ' , ' Likes sports Meat , umning smile WILLIAM T olds KP GERALBQIYWARD KINSER K " ' Friendly . . . nice , . . liked by everyon , KJ CLEND, LEE Jouwsos Q Academic D attic Club 1: Library Club 129 Tri-Hi-Y 124' Junior Town Meeting 2' :Players Auxiliary 2' Players 3.43 Thespian 3,4' Glee Club 3g Junior liariwell Assembly: Play Tournament 1: Sabre 3. Cay personality . . . petite brunette . , . 1l'6,l known by classmates. KENNETH RI'ssEI.I. KINSER L Band 3. uiet . . . manv friends . . . amicable. MAR! ANN Jonxsox Comrnereinl h Tri-HTY 3.4: Junior Farewell Assembly. E 1 to get along uitlz . . . nive girl . . . pretty smile. ' LOUISE N. KIPE Tri-Hi-Y 2.3,-1: Players Auxiliary 3: Glee Club I: 5 Attendant 3.4. Sociable . . . winning ways . . . capable. ' S' .. R. King W Kern lx U- , -. L f ,jneia Q General K. Kinser l.. Kipe leneral Vocational Health Room 95 QQ GEORGE RICHARD KNIPPENBERG General Stage Crew 2.3.4. Well mannered . . . pleasing . . . nice to know , . . "Knip". BONNIE LEE LIPPULD Commervinl Basketball 2,3.l: Volleyball 2.3.11 Twirling Club l. Wonderful spar! . . . liked by everyone , . . pleasant, ' I lx It ANNAREILR LEATHERMAN Acmlf-mir y f if l B' Basketball 1.2.3.4-: Volleyball l.2.3.l: Softball l: Sabre 3.l: Tri- ' 5 Hi-Y 1,21 Junior Farewell Assembly: Play Tournament 3: Bowling 1 J . , Y Club 3.4: Monitors 1. L ' 5 I A J gi if lnleresled in sports . . . tiracinus personalily . . , likable, K A, R, Knippf-nlwrg . I BI-:RxARD MAX LONG General Photography 3, K Likes sporls . . . friends nilh ei-ery nnel. . . ",llar'l. A ' . 5 8 BETTY JEAN LEIDINCER Cmnmiirf-inl Band 3,43 Junior Trivbli-Y l: Library Club l.2.3: Junior l"aI'e- I well Asselnbly. J I X n Musival alwilily . . , quiel miss , . . ronsirlernle. b ' K RONALD LI-:I-1 LEWIS ', - Vnmlinnn! Lots nf fun . . . easyllo gel clung with . . . "Runni1"'. v.,.r,.. A i CARoI.I: MAX' LII.I,ARn ,J A1-arlentia Tri-Hi-Y l.2. Secretary 3.4: Monitors lg J nior Town Mvetin ,Atl- visury Council 23,41 Players 3.4: The-spia s 1: Sentinel 3. asm:- iate editor 4: Play Tournament Director'4: Junior Farewel As- sembly: Sleeping Beaulv 3: May Day 5 ' ' X. I-"21tlH'fH'Hn Ambitious . . . lull of pep . . . lols ofifim. f' A , 2 N I l SJ r R, I.,-ailing.-r R I M 4, ' ' it , 1..,,,,.,i.Pf.L. . Long .if J' Xl. Leilly P. 1.1-me QN MARX' EILEEN LILLER .Ah-rifle-rnz'v Players 3.4: Junior Farewell Assembly: Clee Club 21 Senlinel l: Players Auxiliary 2.3: Choral Speaking Choir 3: Play Tuurnanwnl Assistant Director 3: May Day 3. Always laughing ,..4 f ull of lun . . . ambilion tn be a nnrv "Red". BETTY ABN LIPPOLD Cr1nImf'r1'i11l Prelly eyes . , . friendly . . . pleasant personality. BERNICE NIAXINE LONG Conlnlerrlrzl Library 2.3.41 Cheerleading and Baton Club 1: Junior Fart-wi-ll Assembly. Sueel . . , liked by all . . . K'.'lla,u'r1e". MARTIN VAN BLREN LEIDY liocnlimml Band 1.2. Well dressed . . , liked ln' everyliody . . . pleasing personnliti. CARULE Assn Loxc flcaflemfl- Monitors l.2.3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 2.3: Players Auxiliarv 3: Square Danu- ing Club l. Has many friends . . . easy In ge! along with . , . long lzlavlr hair. PAUL Ercaxe Lewis Comnzen-ial 'lSl7orIy" . . . never a rlull moment . . , friends u'iIl1 every lnmls. Jorce ANNE LONG Commerviul Monitors 2.3: lwsbers 1.2: Library 2.3: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Plmtugrapby 2: Junior Farewell Assembly. Sueel . . . warm . . . helpful. 0 -' C. Long J. Long S. l.yn1'll AX X 1. I. iw. was YY. Lynn Y. Marlcwnml ll. Martz A. Math:-ny I ,fi SHIRLEY Louisa LYNCH Academic Tri-Hi-Y 1.2,-1-: Volleyball 1.2: Basketball 1.2.3413 May Queen Ag. tenrlant l: Monitors lg Library l.2: Majorette 1.2.3. Captain -1: Student Council 2: llanring Club 1: Farewell Assembly 3.42 .luninr Town Meeting 3.1: Players 4: Glee Club 2. Pleasarii smile . . . makes frienrlx easily . . . lmautiful hair. HI:I.I-:N Louise McKEE Aw- C mmer' Tri-lli-Y 1.2. Vive Presirlent 3. President 4: A Cappella , ' .. 1 Play TnurIIaInf'nt 3.1: Farewell Assembly 3.1: Student Conf- ' XV Salrre 2.3. Co-erlitnr 1: Plaver: Auxiliarv 221' lvshers 2 X ior Town 'Meeting 2,331-: Cleo filuh 1.2: Nilayillai' 2:2 Best Avyess 4.-px X Has many frienrls . . . rongenial . . . easy lo get along u'UlI .1 S 'E W Nlffiall J. MI-Clf-lland U- Vffuflaf-fi LIAMZBRLICE LYNN Academic K btb2ill'1.2,3,-1: Basketball 2.3.4-1 Track 1: Baseball 2.3.11 Hi-Y . ' 23.1 fficer 4: Junior Farewell Assembly. 1 ressezl . . . brilliant . . . life of a party. Q H. McKee- l wild fi NMR ' YL' D. XIcCraw ,' WII.I,IA:sI GEORGE 111CCALL Vocational A Basketball 3: Stage Crew 4. .Veal appearance . . . gels along with eueryorie . . . 'iBi1l". JOHN C. 11lCCLELLAND Vocational Quiel . . , has many friends . . . likable. DAVIII ARTIIIR A1CFARlAYD .4ca1lemI'c Baseball 2.3.l: Football 1.2.3: Wildlifr Club 11 Hi-Y 2.3. Chaplain 1: Gloe Club 1.2: Junior Farewell Assembly. Lilralile . . , rrazy kid . . . "Hearl". DAVID Lei: h1CCR.-KW Academic Track 1,2. friendly . . . gvorl enlerlninvr . . . fan in lie arounzl. CAROL ANN Miiisrrza Af-aflrmir Players 3.4: Junior Farewell Asseinlvlyz Senlinel 4: Plaxers Auxif liary 2.3: Choral Speaking Chorus 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: 'l'hm-spians -1: Sleeping Braun' of lion-lanzl 3: May Day 3: Assistant Director of Plav Tourriaineiit -1. Sparkling penmnalily . . . liked by all . . . energelir' . . . ".'llo1hi'. VIRGIL NORMAN Muucwoon General .Teal . . . well mannfrefl . . . likerl ln' all, 1AtQI'i:I,INE MIZRRHACIJ Orrhoslra 1.2.3. Comnierrial Well lilreri . . . enjoys refilling . . . l1ll'llIl'llI7Il lo lie a WJIVE. DONNA N1ARIE MAIQTZ Commercial Junior Tmvri Meeting 3.-l: Sentinel AL: Tri-lli-Y 3, tire President -l: May Court 2,31 Art Club 2: Student Counvil 2: Softball 2.3: Foot- ball Queen 4: Sweetheart Queen 3. Oufslamling heauly . . . bound for success . , , personality plus . . . ".'llamly". PATRICIA ANN Mizrzcnn Gwmral Basketball 2. Easy to get along Irilh . . . pleasanl .rmile . . sariable. YIVIAN ANNETTE MATIIENN Academic Tri-Hi'Y l.2,3,-1: lfshcrs 1, Assistant Head lsher 2: Players Auxi- liary l: l'lzIyers 3.4: Thespians 4: Sfnlinel 3.4: Sabre 3: Choral Speaking 3.43 Sleeping Beauty of Lorelanfl 3. .4 bright smile . . . ready I0 lenrl a helping hand . . . K'Ann". 1N1ARY lW1ARI.ENII MILEY Avrrderiiiv Tri-Hi-Y 1,2:4j Student Council 1,341 Junior Town Nleeling 3: May Day 1.2.3.-1: Sleeping Beauty af Lorelanrl 3: H..ll.S. Pina- fore l: A Cappella Choir 2.3.45 Clce Club 1.2: Junior Farewell Assembly: Players Auxiliary 2.3: Monitors 1: Library 1. Nice looking . . . likes 10 dance . . . pleasant personality. Qi we .ati kv u tl. lit-ister .l. 111-rrhach l , gr . TA h in :mu . f - J as. ' l' V14-liver xi. Miley JAMES FRANKLIN MILLER Academic Bowling Club. Well liked . . . has many friends , . . nice to know. JAMES WILLIAhi MURPHY General Football 1,2,3,4-. Cule grin . . . admired by all girls . . . "MyrplI", VIRGINIA LEE MONNETT Commercial Library 3,4. K -LQJ-,f Pleasing personality . . . friendly . . . "Ciny". J, Miller 1 HERBERT ROYCE MYERS General Projection Crew l.2,3. ,lovial personality . . . many friends. JAMES KIRK MORELAND General Loves to drive hot rods , . . lots of fun . , . ".ll0rley". PAUL Jupos NAZELROD Academic Pleasing personality . . . considerate. I PEGGY MORI-:LAND Academic Library 1. 1 6' Keen personality . . . ambition to lze a nurse. Y. Slonnell RICIIARIJ CALVIN Nl0RRIS General Quiet . . . "Diclcl' . . . sporls minded. l. Moreland , 1' MARTXIA ELLEN MOSES Commercial Qlfshers 2.3.43 Monitors 1,21 Library l,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4-g Clee , ' 'l ub lyfphotography 33 Junior Farewell Assembly. K ' il L, Clie?rf!4l disposilion . . , quiet . , . friendly, rv- I XL? . rl L!! r I L j THOMAS li. MUDGE General qv- . I Band 2.3.4. ' Carefree . , . humorous . . luis of fun. HARRY EUGENE lVllJI.I.l-JNAX Academic Allraclively' atlired , . . irzlereslerl in sports . . . lilralrle. few 5' .X - ' 1 inn.. Y if W' -I Y 5 6. gf Q. ' 5 x P. NIM.-Ianli V, R.?,9nI, I ' ylylix . Mo -. ' T, Mudg, g,y1,,11e,,a,, I .1 Lf ' M. Nimra. J V - Ulf' CVV A XL I, NW 'J P 5 'lj llgyli SUI Nl-IE Ararlemic V X A ' V ' ,Pains Auxiliary l.2.3.'l: Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer 3.4: Junior Farewell ' W Assembly: Ser11I'rIel li Choral Speaking Choir 3: Thespian Secretary J J ,Il 'Aj-fy r' J 41: Sleeping Beauty 3: Slay ffuurl 3: Senior Play Director -l. . L gi, ' A X VWLkM.4RwKATwRINE!N0liRlS C0,,,mefCi,,1 KJ , . lilgjers Play rs Auxiliary 3.l: Slay Day 3.1-1 Choral Speaking xl wiorus 1 ,lurliur Farewell Assembly: Thespians, L 'J fjlfinn' perynality . . . nully . . . lol.: of friends, u 1 J ' - JOHN E, NELSON general Photography 2,3,4-. Nonchalant . . . friendly personality. Magi 'f , . '3.1I:g,::j:: L k f? Lfx.k x 5' Iv s w. Murphy jar' ll, Myers P, Nazelrod V 11" J. Nee J, Nelson GLENN EDWARD NORTHCRAFI' General , Projection Crew 3,4. ' X Winning smile . . . likable personality . . . considerate. ,X ' JOHN RAurAcI-i, JR. J ademic Student Council 1,2. Vice President 3, Pr ident : Junior Town Meeting l,2.3,4-3 Junior Farewell Assembl Ba eball 1.2: Track 72 l.2.3.4, ' X Outstanding blonde . . . very aetive . . . de dabl . . .Qui le er. Z CHARLES RICHARD PARKER Academic 3 'LS Hi-Y 3.4: Junior Town Meeting 3: Players 4: Band l,2,3,4-. ' I 'J "Dick" . . . wonderful sense ol humor . . . neat. ' ' ELI JACKIE GLENO RAWLINGS X' eral C' N0"h"a" Bowling Club 1,s,4. Easy to get along with . . . "J.G." . . . alw s clowningx X ' , 5,5 'BETA PEARL PEER Liirary Club 2. Well liked . . . "Bl0ndie,'. ,., 1-5 Commercial 5 s ' C is , FAITH ELAINE RECKLFY if Acwmic k f F 'f 'M " " .f 1 Q ' ' . .5 . ., . P 1 . cies ciub 1,23 A Cappella choir 3,4. Ta-na-Y 4.Fss.,ibeni Council I 3: Organisl ,Lg Junior Farewell Assemblyg Junioriow eeting -1. K if .- q 'A Winning .smile . . . elegant . . . agreeable manner. J K V 1 JACKILEEN PENNEL Commercial W Trl-Hi-Y 1,2.4: Sabre 3.4: Players Auxiliary 3,41 Basketball lg hollcyball 1: Thespian 3, Vice President 4g Ushers 1.2.3.4-z Stu- K .- K ix Us ..Cknt,C0.uncil 1,-1-: Junior Farewell Assembly: May Day l.2.3.i-1 Jun- ' ior Town'Meeting 24 Clee Club lg Sleeping Beauty 3: Play Tourna- Z . ment 3,49 Tumbling Club 1: Dramatic Club 1, . ,grae ,- . I J. Raupach .l. Rawlings F. Reckley Q J X ' - r 'r litmzftioei. . fun loving . . . "Jackie" . . . dimples. R. Parker h . Q- I l i Y . IX' lf. 0 usp ti' 0 RUSSELL LEO Pounc Arademic R' SPN , 5 -f Football 1.2.3.4-g Track l.2.3,4: Bowling Club 1.3: Hi-Y 3: Junior ' I A ni - Farewell Assembly. ' Mischievous grin . . . pals with Bill and ferry . . . good in sports. JOSEPH GLEXN POPP Academic Clee Club 2.3.4: A Cappella Choir 3.4. Brilliant student . . . agreeable manner. JOAN MARIE RACEY Academic Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Players Auxiliary 2.3.41 Thespians 4g Sentinel 3. Business Manager 43 Sleeping Beauty of Loreland 3: Student Council 2.3. Efficient . . . "Chief" . . . sports fan. JANICE ELAINE RAINES Commercial Mixed Chorus 1: Glee Club 2: Library Club 3,4q Bookroom At- lenclan! 4: Sabre -L: Junior Farewell Assembly. Favorable personality . . . attractive . . . friends with everyone. -iv 1 ' 'eimqait-:':7 Ylzsigiiii 3 I sw A 1. HEQ 4' J. Pennell R' Palm!! C. Pop? J. Rarey J. Raines Y. Plnmme-r PAULINI: ROBERTA RECKLI-:Y Comrnerrinl Health Room Attendant 3,4. Attractive . . . lun loving. YIOLA luAE PLIQMKIER Commercial Lishers l,2,3,l: Tri-Hi-Y 12.3.43 Junior Town Meeting 2.3,4: Siu- dent Council 3.4-1 Glee Club 2: Junior Farewell Assemblyg Library 3: Health Room Attendant 1-. Tallralive . . . considerate . . . nice smile. SAMUE1. E. RECKEEY Voculiorwl A Cappella Choir 1. "Sam" . . . sandy hair . . . quiet lad. ' an are 3 P. Reiki.-,V s. Rea-klry Qs . I fx PM L FRANCIS NIICHAEL REITSIEILR Commercial Football l.2.3.41 Basketball 3,12 Trarlc 2.3.43 Wildlife Club 1. Q ' Dn.vhI'ngla1l . . . sense of humor . . . 14 ell mannered. 7,-Q l.I:I.I,4 GRILI-2 ROEINETTE Cmnmerrial fnlzrr' 3.41: Clee Club 2: Mixefl Chorus l: Office .Mteilflam 3: X f junior Farewell Assembly. XX 'A "Slmr1v" . . , pastime mllfing . . . pleasing mnnrwr. mf Y . IIII.II- Room REYNOLDS Amflemir rainatir Club l: Football 2: junior Farewell .-Xssvrnbly. Likahle mmllzrr . . . L'.Yobe" , . , humorous. l'. Rn-illiwirr 56 4 I L. Robins-Ile H. N WM- -If 'Q RA Reynolda S' RUN L. Ringh-r qj. R,,I,,.y N. Il. Rohinenu- D. R' , , me MIIIII .Mx RILEY .41-mlenzzc Thespians l: Players 2.3.41 National Honor Soriety 3.1: Klonitors 3. 1: lshcrs 1: Junior Tmx n Meeting 1-I Tri-Hi-Y 3.1: Mixed Chorus 1. , .Li "Sallv" , . . good 1l'0flf6l' , . . very considerale. ku Q' Lori MAE RIXGLER Commercial ISSFIEFS 21 Library Club 3.-l: Junior Town Meeting 2.3.-1-1 Junior Farewell ASS4'll1lJly. Liked by vwryorzff . . . pleasing . , . quiel. CAROL .-Xxx ROBEY General Stusln-nt CoInn'il 2: ,luninr Tmxn Meeting 2.3,l: llanll 2. .Viceprrmu1Ility . . . I4'innI'ng xmilr' , . . nllravliw, IJoI.oIu:s Mu: RmsIxI:T'rE l'm-minnnl blnililurs 2.31: lvsllcr l. Favuralnle 111'r.wnali!y . . . HIM' xmilv. v S'I'I'II'Ill-IN ILILI7 Rmnxsox f-iHlll7l1f'lI'i0l Play-rf F1-. .4114-flu Yllll-llillg . . . jrierully lml . . . quiel. , lJuMI.II I,I:I-: RICE Genvml Football l.2.31 'Frank l.2.3.4. lfumlerful .wlzxr uf humor . . . Iwi vmzsillernle . . . I-urlx hair. Luis tlku I: Ronossnx flmifm-rl-1'al V :X Cappella Choir 2.3. My X ", "TnulI'1-" . . , fill! loving . . . lallmlive. U' ' W " L -I I. - 1 E' Rmb 9,7 . A If jkElliIv.-Inn l1I's:IixI: RICE Gem-ral K "1 X ' ' " " ' 'Q bg M . 5 Bowling Club 1.3.41 ,luniur Far:-In-ll .-Xsienxbly. 1' P ' R. Rice kjvx Z-jjrijunny wulv , . , IFIIIUJIKS . . , ..hM,,. , A I l,,e,,l11,.4 . xo , I w -J v I I I , ,, My lJI+gI,mu.w jrzxx Rows A' General FJ library Club 1.2. A X Frirmily laxs . . . Sinvere . . . lall. X. 5 ,, . I .-I Rox.-II.Im I,I-LI: RICI-3 Vw-a1in'Ial Track 1.2.3.1-1 Football l.2.3.-1: Junior Farewell Asfenllwly. ,-lgreeablr nzafmer . . . nznny friends . . . HROIIIIIHFR, LILU HAXXIOND SAvII.EsIn' .'f"l14l9fllif' Glee Club 2.3.4. Agreeable . . . musical abilily . . . friendly. S. Robinson L. Rohnsson ? 'QU' IJ. How:- I.. Faxilvwlarq' Q... X LENORA ELLEN SAVILLE Commercial Ushers 1,2.3,4: Library Club 1.2.33 Sentinel 4g Glee Club: Monitors 3,45 Junior Town Meeting 2.3,4. Quiet miss . . . nice . . . considerate. SI-IIRLEY JEAN SI-IEETz Academic Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3g Junior Town Meeting 3, Vice President 45 Student Council 2, Treasurer 35 Sabre 4. ANNA MARGARET SAYLOR Commercial Monitors l,2,3,4-3 National Honor Society 3,43 Ushers 2. Agreeable manner . , . winning smile . . . studious. , Friendly with everyone . . . pleasing personality . . . "leanie". X L. Saville GREGG SHELDON Academic 'xt l J- sheen Nice smik . . . real gone . . . dances Charleston. K CARL KENNETH SCHADE General X X MX A A Junior Farewell Assembly. xg A "Hump" . . . plays a mad boogie . . . fun loving . . . wonderful X X-1 U sense of humor. Xxi. BETTY JANE SETTLE Comma! 'al V Q' ' Mixed Choms lg Photography 3,43 Junior Farewell As bly V L Office Attendant 4. X Q ' , Agreeable personality . . . reliable . . . attractive. , XX :Y ' X5 i V l 7 BARBARA RUTII SI-IANER General A l - ' Photography Club. X X .-I !I Very active . . . pleasing personality . . . pretty. X E I! X J X al . EDWARD SIEIANIQ Mm A SWIM Football 1.2, Manager 3,4-. I W ' . , .lovial personality . . . liked by everyone. X X1 V X G. Sheldon N - I . N I C' Schade B. Settle B. Shaner E. Shank V' up ld 'X W. Shinhoh , , . W. Schade J. Srhairlt if , . X. a F f I A ti I VIRGINIA ANN SHAPLEY mrmffglf kg Library Club 1.2. Pleasing manner . . . quiet. ' K F ll' ,Il IO WILLIAM Louis SHINIIOLT C' Academic Football 3g Track 1,2,3g Choir l,2.3,4-g Clee Club l,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4. Pleasant smile . . . nice voice. WVILDA LEE SCHADE Commercial Cheerleader 3. Captain 4g Sabre 3,4-g Softball 1,2g Junior Town Meeting 4-3 Student Council Senate 43 Basketball lg Tri-Hi-Y l.2,4g Sleeping Beauty of Lorelantl 3g Volleyball 1. Peppy . . . "Did1IIes" . . . active. JANET FAv SIIIrI.Ev General l. Quiet . . . dependable . . . pleasing manner. JANET LEE SCIIAIDT Academic Tri-Hi-Y l,2g May Day 2g Junior Town Meeting 4g National Honor Society 3, Vice President 43 Basketball 2.3.43 Volleyball l,2,3,4. Congenial . . . talkative . . . excitable. NORMA LEE Snout- Glee Club 15 Dramatic Club lg Library Club 4. "Dimples" . . . corulklerate . . . favorable personality. Monitors 2,31 Ushers 3,4-4 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4-g Sabre 3.1-3 Dancing Club C ommerc -az? Qfj-r F J. Shipley N. Shoup R. Shrout RICHARD AUIN S1-IRouT Academic Fort Hill Players 3,43 Thespians 3, President 43 Projection Crew 1,2,3g May Day 3g Junior Class Treasurerg Sleeping Beauty. Crazy laugh . . . good actor . . . friendly. DORIS JEAN SONNER Health Room Attendant 4. Friends it-ith everyone . . . always laughing. GRATIJON B. SMITH General Quiet . . . friendly manner . . . bashful. PATRICK DEANER SOUDERS Commercial Academic Baseball 3,44 Football 1,25 Track l,2g Hi-Y 2,3g A Cappella Choir 2.3.4. Big tease . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . "Pal". HoIaERT EUGENE SMITH General Pleasing . . . friends lL'l'lh everyone. I Y Xxx KENNETH XVILLIAM SMITH Commercial "Kenny" . . . nice . . . friendly personality. VIVIAN SAVANNAH SMITH Commerclkzl Junior Class Vice Presidelltg Student Council 1,3,4-L Junior Farewell Assemblyg Tri-Hi-Y 4. Comely . . . pretty blue eyes . . . considerate. v RUTH JRENE SNYDER Academic X it l Basketball 1.25 Softball I. Nice disposition . . . winning smile . . . quiet. G. Smith . Smith K. Smith Y. Smith R. Snylll-r K. Sulnr-rs J. SI. Smith J. Smith it l X 5 GEORGE KERMIT SoMERs General Library Club. Studious . . . urell mannered . . . nice. ESTHER STAFFORD Monitors 1. Quiet . . . agreeable manner . . . short. JOHN MAX SMITH Academic A Cappella Choir 2.3.45 Track l,2.3,4g Football 2g Glee Club l.2.3g H.M.S. Pinafore l: Maryland Chorus 3,4-. Always joking . . . friendly . . . nice. JAMES THOMAS STAFFORD Junior Town Meeting 2. Pleasant personality . . . considerate . . . tlependalzle. JOYCE ARLENE SMITH Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 1,44 Library lg Monitors 1,2. Favorable personality . . . fun loving. 1' XX CHARLES WILLIAM STALLINGS Academic General .' ' Band l,2.3.-1-5 Projection Crew 2.3,-1-: Players 3,1g Players Auxiliary ,il 1,3,4g The Little Minister 3. 4 Always laughing . . . lilies girls . , . musical ability. Q" D. Sonner l', Sllllllcr. H. Slalfonl J. Stafford Iv, Slallinga A. Stemple ALLEN KEITH STEMPLE Academic Quiet . . . u-ell mannererl . . . considerate. Nhmnm F. 'l'nRAsnr1R l .. lfornrnerriul Tri-Hi-Y lt: Photography 2.3: .lunior Town Mer-ting 2,3g Monitors 1.2.31 Players Auxiliary 2.3: Play Tournament 2. Active . . . always has ri good time. C JAMES WYILLIAM STEPPE Academic National Honor Society 3. President 4: Hi-Y 3.1: Sophomore Class President: Football 1.2.3.-1-L Junior Farewell Assembly: Track 1.2.3. 4. Admired by all . . . always corlring aff . . , jovial . . . "BiIl". W. Steppe S. Stewart 7 fa- - 1 R. Sybx. ' 1. Taylor S. Tm. ' ' ' 1 I K - P-"' -.l 1 REGINA MAE SYBOLD Saciable . . . considerate . . . talkative. INEZ Euz H TAYLOR Commercial ' Friendly anner . .,. winning smile . . marriage bound. . I I 1 H Q EY EDWARD TEETS tball 2.3.4-Q Track 1,2,3,4. miable . . . lots of fun . . . football fame. l M' f tl If I A, C HOMA5 Commercial i- gg Lwr ' 1.2.39 ,lunior Farewell Assemblyg Senior r i- , ,ZQ Lib y 12,33 Farewell Assembly 3,4-Q Glee Club 15 Natiodill Honor Society 3,4-. I l ' CHARLES STEPHEN TRIGONOPLOS Projection Crew 2,3,4g Junior Farewell Assemblyg l,2. Sociable . . . always laughing . . . "Steve", SARAH MAE STEWART Academic Basketball 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 1.2.3.4-. lr I Fun loving . . . likes sports . . . tall. I f 1' J . , . U oxce TRLSSLLL D. Thomas General General General Bowling Club Commercial Farewell Assembly 3.4g Student Council 1.23 Photography 2. Likes animals . . . considerate . . . "Smokey", . L ' CAROL DELLENE STIMMEL Academic f - , Ushers lg Assistant Highlights Writer 4-5 Senior Scrapbook Editor 4. 'X '1 Quiet . . . attractive . . . very dependable. H. Statler ' BILLIE JEAN TURNER Farewell Assembly 3,45 Softball 1. Sweet personality . . . full of pep. ' HANNAH HoPwELL STOTLER Commercial Pleasing . . . red hair , . . nice. O CHARLES RONALD Twice Commercial Vocational Stage Crew 33 Band 3,-1-3 Clee Club lg Canvas Crew 1,2g Safety Club 15 Projection Crew 1. Tall . . . well groomed . . . witty. I 'Q M. Thrasher . I WHS' A iz f S. Trigonnplus J . Tnissell B, Turner R. Twigiz S. 41, Twi SHIRLEY CAROL Twicc Commercial Ij'Ushers 3: Monitors 2,3,4g Clee Club 23 Student Council ,lg Junior Farewell Assembly. Junior Town Meeting 3. Aluays laughing . . . pleasant personality. CIIARLES HUDSON WJELITII fl H, General Hi-Y 2.3. Vice President 43 Projection Crew l:,Play Tournament 31 Junior Farewell Assemblyg Charlqfs Aunt 4. Willv . . . carefree . , . interested in rnusir. SHIRLEY DELANO Twice Cmnmervial Ushers 1,21 Monitors 1,21 Clee Club 1,25 A Cappella Choir 2: Mixecl Chorus lg Student Council l,2. Fall of pep , . . culej. . . neat . . . agreeable. SHIRLEY JEAN WYHARTON Comrnerrial 4 I v Always laughing . . . has a nay of getting along uith people . . . p ' . ' I personality plus. N I s RICIIARD Doucus VAN FLEET Cammerrial ' in - ' ' ayers 4. H Humorous . easy to get along with . . . likable personality . . . dependable. j l ,t CIIARLES EDWARD WYIDDOWS Academic Football 1.2.3,-13 Basketball l.2.3,-1-2 Track 1.2.3.1-1 Junior Fare- well Assembly. Likes to loaf . . . arnbition to go to college . . good ball player, JOIIN ARMENDALE YEACII General Friendly . . . pleasing smile . . . sociable. Q D T V4 GEORGE WILLIAM WVAGKS General ' ' ' MH: Neat , . . lots of friends . . . always joking. R. Yan Fleet NTARY MACAIJLENE WYEAVER General A Cappella Choir 2.3.4. Sweet . . . good natured . . , friendly smile. GENE GIBSON WY!-IBER Aaade Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4. H1-Y 2.3 - A C. We-lch ' J , L S. Wharton C. Tyitltiows ior Farewell Assemblyg Magic Club 1: Hi'Y Confere le. 4 , Plays a uke . . . ideal , . . uonderjul sense of hur7z7k t I LJ X7 JACQUELYN LEE WEBER Academic Aj' lv' ly WW! Players Auxiliary 3: Players 3. President 4-g Thespians 3,45 Dra- l Q" matic Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain -lg Cheerleader 1.2.3.4-3 Sabre 1: Lf' Z! f ,VV , A Cappella Choir 2,3,1g Sentinel 3.4-g May Day 12.3.41 Play JLLI 'I . V Tournament 3. Director 43 Sleeping Beauty 3: Song of America ' Q, X' vf J 3g Student Council 3. T LJ' ' VJ Talented . . . cool . . . pleasing personality . . . ".laclrie", ok f l J, yvach C. Wagus R, Wagru-I' f , if , . N- Wfwf . "' WM" J. Wehf-5 x. Nlillar-l :Al I , ' R, wII1,i...I- AKNA JJEE WYLLARD .-lvarlf-niic A Cpppella Choirk2.3: Secretary El-: Plaiers Aurciliarx' 2.3.-1: Farc- -well :Kssembly 2.3: Sentinel 3. Girls Sports Erlitor l: film- Clulr 1.2.3. ' l .I .4lu'aYxs laughing . . . neat dresser . . sparkling personulrty . . . ".4nnie", ROSE NTARIE WYAGNER Armlenzif Ushers 2: Monitors 2. Sparkling pesonalily , , sweet . . . dimples, ROBERT PAI L WII,LIAxIs .lcmleniir Football l.2.3.-4: Track 2.3.4. Well mannered . . . fun loving , . . interested in sports. liulcml XX1l.1.1u1 XXn.I.1fm .lzaflenm ml 1.2.3,-1-: Man Dax 1.2: All Cmlnlx' Baml 3.11 Song nf g1rm'ri1'a f 1 JIIIYIVIII flblrllkll , . . friffrzrffv' . . , r'0n51'1fe'ml1'. . , KHNNLTII Ill xv' X ru mx Cnmfral Quiwl . . . nrrll ..,. v fn. Kun TII l'1N'l'l I, XX'u,xm'l' I'w-alimml iqlnuv Uallving lflufv I. Tull . . . gm' . . . fluzrr . . . 1'r:1rrwwl1'11g, R. Willn-un KV Ymum f I - Q , .f Q, -" N? K- ,X . gy f v QL Q, rv- ' 0 0- iv- wi .M ' px, u,1.,,.,, JL,--,xl .JJ Dsl. W--'H 1 xx..1f.,,.u 11. w..lf.,,.1 N 1, ,,.g...M.., Q! kd X C! X n. 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' . , ,, . , A-...III , IVI,jIjE V.:-'I 313- X337-I, I ., 1353 ' I, I -'.I.17fV:ft :I'7'I77-I1 , :.'Q1W,-.:fiJ4fg1"3y'fifffiff Z' 1j'VI'f'1 ,.I: 1" ,. .11-pf' fxvf 'V " - "f ' . .QL-.V-., -,eI-,QQI .VV V, If V. - - V V -., ' I J I I I .,,2 I -III .I-,gf IPI V ,JV . rg V 'f-.. .YIITV-.VJ V I LII: I "F -V I., V , II..IVI-' I u-wavy l Nr-:mssr Suas Nearest to the stars the jun- ior class, under the guidance of Mr. John Reed and Miss ,lean Bowen, elected officers and be- gan to organize the class. One of the highlights of the year was the distribution of class rings in January. Honors were bestowed upon this group at the annual play tournament as their entry, "Evening Dress Indispensable," was selected the outstanding play and the best actor was from the same cast. Dreamy music, a rainbow of color in gowns and unique dec- orations brought enchantment to the junior-senior prom while splendid performances in the farewell assembly for the sen- iors climaxed a successful it Row l: Louis Parsenios. president. Row ll: qlanlev Wllson Ugg pygmlgng Barbara Weaver, lreasurerg Norma Wallace, secretary 'Vlrss jean Bowen and Mr. .lohn Reed, advisers. we Section 11-1: Row I. I. Stutzman, D. Sisk, M. R. Corley, C. Evans, 1. Bierman. Row nolds, S. Thwaites, Nl. Siehler, B. Reynolds, A. T. Llewellyn, P. Baker, K. Broll, H. Jacobs, W. I-Eg - Liller, B. Deahl, D. Wagus, Nl. Dailey, J. Luttrell, II. O. Mackereth, P. Files. B. Chilcotte, D. Rey- Bishop. Row III. D. Bender, R. Whisner, E. Zinn. Myers. Raw IV. R. Windemuth, L. Rummer, D. Wil- son. C. Eskin, .l. Andrews, R. Winters. W. Pyles, R. Beckman, T. Bonner. If Us 9? Section 11-8: Row 1. R. Marker, P. Brinkman. M. Bloss, M. Rummer 'VI Howell 9 'Nlechem C llornbrook. L. Trail, M. Clark. Row Il. C. Cage, F. Kenny. E Alexander J Tmgg ,I Randall G, De Vore, H, Hull, P, Huff, Row Ill. T. Combs. L. Parsenio R Hedrlc N Qweitzer Darr, J. Raines, S. Noel. Rau: IV. G. Rowley, R. Huff. P. Lechliter N W1 son E Dx on W u 26 K! 1'- Y Seelion ll-2: Row I, J. A. Logue, G. Long, B. Nliller, S. Brown, L. Grahame, E. Williams. P. Wea- ver, M. Wheeler, S. Kaiser, E. He-trick. Row ll. D. Pfeiffer, R. llenrlf-rshot, B. Rice. H. Wagner. W. Miller. M. llafer, M, Alt. E. Warner. Rau' Ill. R. Sr:-rkman, L. Shumaker, B. Duriett. J. Haines, R. Lannon, R. Abe, M. Cunningham, C. Bihle, J. Wigfielel. Row IV, R. Rudolph, J. Duffy E. Seiler, C. Smith, R. Cero. W. Simpson, R, Thomas, R. Harris. W. Resser. 4. f I ' 1 u 4 , U: ' , 4 . I - 4 ' 42' 0 Mal, r A N. 1 ff , V V, W1 !-U: in ri-2 Al .ga 'l E., ar' QM' Ju? 19 fr... h-"7 ..- -..Ii 5 s,.,4 . ,H . nut' '15, I. - lr W? in " 'l, zf' ll 'P Y - X ,ll ,f ri - I. , 3 I ix M , U7 'L ...M .J .Q : r I fi . .,.. .. q n V. Section 11-3: Row I. J. Myers, I. Nelson, MrClelland, P. Grim, A. Smith, B. Bishop, C. Findlay, C. Newman. M. De Luca, B. Myers. Ron' ll. E. Bergdoll, R. Kidwell. J. Nladary, B, Johnson. N. Wallace. N. Free, C. Halligan. P. Ritchie. R. Shatzer. Row III. R. Coleman, D. Taylor, R. Mas haney, H. Smith, Nl. Ritter. Wi. Green, R. Brown, R. Wills. Rau' lV. WL White, R. Harbaugh. T. McConnell. R. Rohey, J. llann. ci' it QQ .Nz-rlmn ll-1: Ruiz' I. "K, Par-vnio-. ll. lml:-r. Y. Nlullv-r. S. llarwy, M. llatri. TJ. Yorthvraft, K. Nl. Tipton. ll. lliv-ll, 5. Linmlvman. Rau' ll. ll. Rolninf-xt:-. ll. Xlwrnathy. l,. Twigzg. J- Snyder. li. 0'llon- nr-ll. S. Sharon. ll. Wagner. J. D6-ter. Ron' Ill. D. Squire'-. B. Alt, J, Plummer. Wf Johnson. J. Rhoe, R. Kline. R. Jones. Rau' IV. F. Thompson. l'. l.assitf'r. l', llaii-. K. Poling, ll. Nlallow. fx. llrvigh- mir. 27 ...- Svrlfon ll-5: Row I. Nl. Castle, C. Meeks, R, We-aver, D. Cook. R. Green. 5. llixenbaugh. Nl. Rove Y. Clites, P. Tascltenlwrg. C. llamillon. Ron' ll. F. George. I. Bramble, W. Nlorgan, M. Koch, P Northcraft, B. Stoller, P. Yan Meter, B. Puffenberger, S. Hare. Row Ill. T. Shipway, P. Matting ly. J. Burcaw, D. Ren-rl. F. Stallings. W, Sturtz, J. Wolfington, L. Smith, P. Rice. Row IV. E Wilson, J. Merrill, D. Kline, K. Keller, J. Thomas, E. Metz. R. lmes, E. Aronholt, F. Dishop. In Section 116 Rou. I Q Ruehl S Qnyder, S. Criles, D. Smith, N. Ballou. B. Thuss, D. Rowley. N NICLIICRIQ' X Johnson L Evans. Row Il. I.. Parks, C. Kline, S. Arnold. F. Swisher. l. Appel. Appel lN iehnuf D riffith G. Laffc-rly. P. Eaton, C. Cross. Row III. C. Phillips, C. lliett. W Verse K Plummer D Anderson, R. Reynolds, W. Torber, Row IV. D. White, R. Nlears, E. AIIYII F Puffenberger D 'NIcCullough, W. Long, R. Sites. R. Alderton. J. Boone, Serlinn ll-T: Row 1. N. Flin-ws. B, Triple-tt. D. lforelry. D. Lewis, R. l.l1f'k. I.. 0'Neal. A. Drel 1 nv-r, B. Nelson, R. Evans. A. Lepley. Morris. Raw II. J. Mr Kenney, D. Rice, V. Chaney Xflams, J. Yalvntine. ll. Mr Bride. M. Callihe-r. E. Durbin, R. A. llarrlinger. J. Bramble. Rau Ill. P. Huffman. S. D0-wvll. Y. Harper. ll. Falun. D. Dugan, li. large-nt, R. A. Sourle-rs, A. lllan lin. J. lliish. Ron' IV, D. Kfliristnplwr, 11. Xlulrninli. J. D:-vkf-r. J. l.og1m'. J. Yergon. 28 Lici-r'r YEARS Excluding the many prob- lems of the seniors and the busy juniors. the sophomores enjoy their lighter years. In the spring the class electv ed their officers and the fol- lowing October they partici- pated in the annual play tour- nament, presenting a fine per- formance of "Nobody Sleepsf, The outstanding social event of the class is the annual hop. :L Sealed: Harry King. president, Beverly Long, treasurer: Barbara Berry. secretary, Ronald Rice. fire presidenl. me---j ia L li? ilk X . J., 313' Alai' - . Section 10-1: Row l. W. Leasure, M. Twigg, A. Sacks, P. Horwath, M. Hitchcock, R. Reynolds, S. Davis, M. Moore, E. Schadt, B. Clark. Row ll. E. Benson, P. Hannas, R. Riley, B. Deetz, R. Davis, J. Brewer, R. Fisher, R. Athey, D. Oldaker. Row Ill. J. Siehler, R. D'Angelo. R. Douglas, D. Burns, E. Parsons, R. Feller, B. Robbins, K. McKenzie, C. Often. Row IV. J. Taylor, L. Swartz- welder, F. Share-r, H. King. .l- Robins-ite. 1 H'-W A .. 5 A 4 3! . . f 2 1 A ' ',' H' N -S ,f .5 e.', f 5 , A Q -aw-' .. .. f I QW . - iq .J ' ' r w . V 771321 t-Lljhkili J. 1 .5 . V ,J I ' I i 4 --.. 6 K I Q .1 Q 0, ,J '25 f v 1 l 09 A ss 1' 1 1 ug ,"T'.!j ' I i - ' Q Section 10-2: Row I. J. Kelly, Nl. J. Brady, P. Kirchner, D. Shank, M. Dunlap. E. Grim, C. Kline, S, man. J. Popp, J. iiausman, M liper, C. Labor, 1. Stapleton, W. 29 Van Pell. B. Long, B. Cyzick, J. Fisher, C. Campbell, B. Baker, Row ll. J. Broteniarkle, Y. Lillard, S. Alhey. S. Day, Y. Collins. Adams. Row Ill. B. Largs-nt, NI. Catlett, E. Prourlfoot, N. Show- llast, B. Hill Run' IV. R. Tashenherger, C. Williams. E. Star- Nialonv. R. Rice. G. Pitzer. R. Shaffer. f 9+ gc JC. , f'V ik 5 X .dx Section 10-3: Row l. V lsner, R. Barnes, D. Plummer, D. Stumbaugh, M. True, D. Rice. M Twigg. S. Norton, H. Brown, C. Nelson. Row II. R. Robinson, P. Heckart, S. Portmess, B. Kline, R. Davis, T. Morgan. P. Michael, S. Balch, B. Priddy, M. Robinette. Row III. B. Nielti R. Dawson, C. Lewis, C. Bible. J. Nlullaney. R. Lewis, R. Smith, G. McKenny. Row IV. R. Silber G. McGregor, J. Fogle, D. Hammersmith, W. Hanekamp, K. Fuller, D. Dawson, J. Saville. .Qt au -A C5 '- Q6 Y' Section 10-4: Row I. J. Dickvn, S, Garland, B. Cordon, B. Root, NI. Cessna, D. Willison, R. Cray, S. Durmer. Row ll. D. Cable, R. A. Stemple, J. McCoy, T. Thompson, J. Hall, J. Crabtree, V. O'Neal. Row Ill. L. Schwenninger, J, Troutman. R. Meeks, R. Crabtree, F. Householder. Rou- IV. H. Malone, W. Lewis. A. Davis. D. Crowe, D. Tabler, M. McBride. F . . ..,, ,,.. l 1, . , . . in 3 'L X' V K 1D1't If 19'd. -'Q-.fl as ing I 3 'N' Q Q -1. -. I K .I vid l .A T. ' at ' S 4x In , w at Q ,..Ll. ww..-tk 1 -5 1 . .' " , . - :ig ll ,X an , ,. 5,2 - .. i J. , 'ts ' Y s' 1 '1 an -- .., 5 ' .- ,U A 6. : V, 1' Y N 1 ,K -F ' - F Section 10-5: Row l. B. Lynch, S. Crable, P. Young, K. Tresize, B. Swanger, G. Higson, S. Row Ill. J, Mower, R. Schell, R. Winters. R. Ralston, F. Wrightsman, J. Trexler. Rau' Boyd, J. Crabtree, R. Brant, R. Donahue, R. Gorgen, B. Valentine, L. Smith. in Jffg , i , "2 1 " ' 'Xi Sertion 10-6: Row 1. F. Saville, P. Dent, P, Nickel. J, Kessell, M. Clark, N. Clark, S, Brocmarkle. F. Ritchie, S. Benson. M. Cavanaugh. Row ll. D. We-ntling, R. Rank. A. Duckworth, C, Thrasher. B. Purnell. F. Castleman. E. Crowe. J, Ayers. R. Llewellyn. Row III. R. Meyers, R. Lease, R, Holshey, D. Malamphy. R. Baker, C. Jewell. C. Nines, N. Apple. Row IV. C. Athey, P. Pryor. C. Sibley, D, Dawson. 30 Long, M. Shaw. Row ll. W. Rizer, M. Harrlinger .J. Bucklew. P. Van Pelt, V. Kippenberg, D. Johnson. W. D. W ti rkxl ff XV? cf .. F jf ffl. af X ' n f sf, L fra..-f ', ii I. ninja Q . A.. f..v 5.1- C? .-p. 9- - A .s Qs ,fi .. Section 10-7: Row I. C. Smith, B. Smith. Nl, Muir. L. Davis, S. Payne, R. Warner. B. Athey, J. Crabtree. Row ll. C. Harvey, M. Whetzel. E. Senkbeil, C. McGee, J. Low, M. Carroll, S. Nlonnett. Row Ill. D MCCOull0ugh, P Staffod J Hiett. W. Young, D. lrons, R. May. Row IV. J . . 1' . Ferlig. W. Fisher. E. Harden. R. Adams, D. Stinebaugh, P. Herring, C. Bosley, J. Whisner. '3- xffl iz' Q 4 1,1 ,gr X JMU' 1 6 I b 1 l - Section 10-8: Row I. E. Hileman, S. Bryant. D. Durbin, A. Zais, M. Calford, J. Lynch, J. Dean, C. Moore. Row ll. D. Summerfield, P. Oates, C. Grimm, M. Nealis. J. Weaver, W. Burgdoll. B. Berry. R. Corley. Row Ill. W. Clark, J. Stevens, J. Heller, C. Lease, H. Benson, J. Arhogast. Row IV. Wh Ilitr, L. Taylor, D. Hillegas, J. Simpson, G. Liller, K. Riggleman. Our Father Who . . .' is V , ' f IN, t..", R .-wa A 1 e l e KCI . J vu Qu 1. A i A br 3 ..-.Ky , 1 - - ' g 2 Ll L , I . Q . f ' v " , N wg - R. 9 Z9 Q P t P. 1' " -s ., ' l b . T . .. :R I Section 10-9: .Row l. D. Buser, J. Randall, K. Everett, S. Stafford, M. Rice, J. Randall. C. Mat thews. Row ll. J. Evans, W. Long, D. Spiker, H. Fisher, B. Field, F. Wolford, B. Nliller, C Sponaugle, Row III. D. Thomas, R. Cillum, R. Stickly, N. Mitchell. J. Cross. G. Michael, D Crites, H. Hampton. 1 W I 12 A N-.i 51-fig-1 ,7 .4 E J- f fir N. 52:12-v It Ill!! LH. . . --J-- - ll W, WD vi , 3..- Looking forward to the lights of the world, the freshmen are led into a new life. Section 9-1: Row I. D. Davis, I. Kimes, K. Lanyz, S. Bherkler, W. Osyer, D. Green, P. Harvey, BI. Irons. Row Il. D. Teets, G. Metzger. E. Brehem, N. Gillium, R. Brown, R. Keller, A. Harris. Row Ill. R. Coyle, D. Furbeck, B. Gordon, H, Dickerhoof, D. Darrow, S. Friend, C. Dicken, R. Stoller. fi Mil. 90" . Section 9-2: Row I. B. Crites. A. Hardinger, l. Howdyshe-ll. N. Rowe, C. Bean, E. Divelhliss, R. Green. W. Rice, R. lmes. Row ll. C. Atkinson. D. Durst. E. Hardinger. B. Brown. R. Lewis, A. Settle, H. Gable, C. Ray. R. Cross. Row Ill. R. Flanagan. J. Davis, C. Kiser, S. Wellman, L. Thom- as, M. Newman, R. Snyder, C. Collins. K. Bender, C. Hayslys. Row IV. J. Zufall, L. Divelbliss. L. Cross, R. Welsh, L. Gray, L. Bluhaugh. N. Moore, L. Lewis, P. Hull. C. Haislip. ,- S ,S 1 ,ra is 4 Ja 5.1 Durst P Rohinette, J. Shipley, M. Rhodes. Y. Somers. Row ll, A. Zehrbach. D. Smith. S. Hendrickson, Section 9-3: Row D. Grimm. J. Reed. L. Kerns. C. Vearh. C. Wolfington. M. Sommerkamp. Row Ill. R. Wolford, P. Phillips. T. Haselherger. J. Harclerode, C. Nycum. D. Roche, A. Largent, W. Nelson. Row IV. J. lmes, C. Slimmel, C. Shircliff, J. Smith. G. Windish, G. Mickem, D. Brown. C. O'Neal. C. Bis- hop. I -N V L 4 J- "- ,- T" -' ,: 3-'JI -, f l -- l .L ss: Y' Ii af " .,, " ' ' at ,. -1 L- v 1 :al ' I Q Q an ...ts l i Section 9-4: Row I. S. Merrill. D. lmes. P. Himes. B. vlelsh, B, Valentine, P. Barnes, B. Burkell. A. Fahey, B. White, R. Hartmen. Row II. D. White. 9. Reuschel, P. Harper. C- Parker. B- Bl'05d' stock, N. Cerry, F. Privr-. V. Roland. J. Trakerm. Row Ill. NI. Henderslwl, -l- MillPf. B- MOCK W. Am.-y, T. Afmold, F. Harweath, F. Grim. T. Dunbar. ts. LHSEIIIPY. C. Hardball- Row W- K- Wil- son, M. Kessler. B. Saylor, C. W'ilson. C. Loughe. G. Riser, R. Shanholtzer, S. Van Pill, F. Downs. T. Wellman, D. Rice. 32 N. Welsh, J. Cranford, B. Ringler, D. Griffith, G. Set' fa , 1 'bl S. r 2 I t l t z 1 Fx. t t y l I1 W ifi i BX. 'J 5 Ei. Section 9-5: Row I. D. Radcliff, M. Davis, P. Huff, J. Wigfield, T. Morris, M. Raines, B. Murray, M. Sisk, D. Troutman, B. Stickley. Row II. B. Thomas, F. Grabenstein, D. Wilson, J. Ashenfelter. J. Porter, J. Langley, S. Rice, S. Bowers, B. Cline, A. Cross. Row III. T. Alt, J. Kerns. J. Rice. J. Summers, F. Shambaugh, L. Williams, R. Hedrick, L. Lendner, J. Bean. R. Arbogast. Row IV. L. Kennell, E. Stonebreaker, B. Hardy, J. Markley, W. Liller. tle, J. Dean, H. Christman, N. Stewart, R. Files. Row II. W. Liller, S. Rexroad, I. Codlove, S. Stotler, R. Miller, G. Lewis, B. Fransler, S. Durmer, H. Paxton, R. Pfeiffer, M. Marion. Row III. J. Lipton, M. Kline, J. Sarver, D. Martin, J. Bowman, W. Garland, R. Wisenberg, H. Corley. Row IV. F. Valentine, D. Pugh, R. Sapp, D. Auvil, N. Zenn, C. Knippenberg. N4 Section 9-7: Row I. J. Combs, F. Northcraft, P. Swanger. C. Parks, C. Dyer, H. Crawford. J. Mr Donald, E. Lease, M. Seiler, M. McCreary. Raw II. H. Sharon, C. Kesler, F. Lechliter. J. Young. P. Keefer, C. Shipway, R. Wilson. Row III. E. Kolb, E. Yankie, J. Cooper, W. Long, D. Datri T. Riggleman, R. Wangnor, J. Bishop. Row IV. K. McKee, W. Davis, R. Sponaugle. F. Ruby, C Miller, J. Davis, N. Cillum. . 1 i 1 R u. Robmette R Robertson L Hdrick D Grim P Bogg H Shelley, , . e , . , . s, . c W Robinson J Robertson S Robinette Row II. W. Moyer, J. Calford, S. Breighner, D. Nield D Struckman S Shaffer C Grubb J Alt F Smith, R. Kirchner. Row III. D. Henry, C. Strachan J Athey L Shipley D Smith C Uphole J Morris, W. Martz, R. Rankin. Row IV. R. Moreland J. Kesler, J. Shank, T. Snyder, H. Ross, H. Shriver, C. Kiffner, W. Patton, W. Powell. 7-u-re,-- A - - ' 4'1'l?'7'!Q . , w 'O E ,.,... , f wk- .. .sv a i x 'M CH Sec Carnes, J. De Pollo, K. Bramblf-. R. Denern. Row ll. J. Kompanek. J. De L. L. W v Q: 1 Jfkslrih.-.vf --5 , -' f. H. Couniham. R. Mc Caugliey, L. Cessan. J. Rice. C. Crimes, W. Samson, W. . Hillegas, R. Valentine. fl in l A Section 9'9: Row l. B. Ambrose, N. Nealis, C. Hileman. R. Long, P. Butts, J. Brown, B. Zembower, R. Hershberger, K. Miller, D. Athey. Raw II. M. Brown, B. Ketzner, C. Boyer, C. Mayhew, J. A. Moore, C. George, C.. Berry, G. Garlitz, J. Chedcster, A. Miller, R. Sacchetti. Row Ill. R. Drines P. Smith. R. Bennetts, R. Layman, C. Clites, L. Brotemarkle, R. Brant, J. Jones, R. Hedrick. Row IV. S. Oldaker, R. Pryor, E. Brown, J. Brown, V. Snyder. ini ..---. .....-LELQMFJL' .V W . - . . . . , flfff fi.'fif.ff " lffgwf 2. 346. 'lilllif J, 'vi i 0. f.....1 If tion 9-10: Raw I. J. Wilson, P. Clay, R. Elkins, J. A. Savilisky, N. Alnlrislgr, B. Phillips, D. Lozeer, S. Wlielzel, Long, I.. Aaron, A. Collins. G. Walters, S. Kershner. S. Baldwin. Rau' Ill. L. Norris, W. Spoerl. Hopcraft. R. Hendrickson, D. Vespa, C. Campbell. J. Hammond. D. Walters, R. Huck. Row IV, Brown, W. Howard, . ,. , A ,K 1 - ' f SP . I , vi N 'Q Xkr .I irliufxm ,Cf . xxx' s? Whatk rookingz, girl 3 Dimension ,A,,,,,,.........F..-- Section 8-12: Row I. C. Ritter, P. Kerger, A. McCelland, S. Poland, B. Johnson, B. Hare, C. Gar- land, E. Lewis. Row II. S. Knisely, V. Wagner, V. Swanger, R. Appell, M. Riggleman, A. Albright, E. Cramer, N. Brown, C. Hanawalt, D. Benson. Row III. E. Shipley, R. Appel, A. Shearer, M. Gross, B. Angelotta, M. Johnson, D. Twigg, J. Estes, B. Moore. Row IV. F. Snyder, J. Meeks. D. Appold, C. Thomas, E. Kerr, D. Trail, W. Brown. With the help of the stars these plan- ets are enlightened. QI is l Qi- V' Section 8-1: Row I. J. Murray, S. Brown, N. Taylor, B. Waite, B, Merrill, M. Adams, E. Johnson. J. White, J. Shanski, C. Barnhart, P. Wagner. Row ll. T. Silber, J. Gross, R. Kenny, J. Clark. J- Grove, I. Riley, W. Matheney, D. Rowley, R. Heavner. D. Eyler, E. Root. Row III. P. Santore. S. Clau- son, C. Reed, J. Kinseley, D. Koontz, N. Belt, P. Turner, R. Thwaites, M. Callis. Row IV. W. Alabaugh, C. Granigan, J. Getz, D. Oster, J. Diggs. G. Ullery, D. Wallace. Section 8-2g,Rou: I. J. Zawaski, K. Robertson. J. Bosley, E. Ritchie. S. Sibley, C. Pague. C. Adams, L. Proudfoot, M. Shapley. Raw Il. E. Hoekman. N. Bosley. R. Oslgers. L. Craze. L. Fuller. J. Chaney. M. Hayes. E. Leatherman, C. Nikirk. X. Manges, C. Slonaker. Row III. R. Piper. J. Baldwin, J. Stinson. J, Parsons, D. Durst. G. Twigg. J. Turley, C. O'Baker, W. Cyzick. Row IV. D. Burns, J. Lewis. F. Evans. J. Cozad, D. Oster. J. Kippenberg. C. Appel. Section 8-3: Row I. J. Dean, F. Grim, B. Weaver, M. Connor, D. Simpson, C. Crabtree, J. Eaton, B. Crabtree. Row II. R. Yan D. Crites, J. McKenzie, C. Metzzer, D. Day. C. Grubb, F. Baird, D. Harper, S. George. L. Hill, Meter, W. Sulser, C. Petenbrink. G. Minke. Roux III. J. Golightly, T. Reed, G. Davis J Reed M Riggleman Rau. IV J Torbet J Dean G Wolford F Ringler R Fogtman E Daniel T Roy ' R. Deatelhauser, R. Saville, S. Twigg, E. Mason, R. Harhaugh, Q 2 E fb-' os ag Y Y 9 " Egcrljx K I .6 -Q i as Section 8-4: Row 1. P. Hamilton, L. Ralston, J. Fleishchhaver, E. Evans, R. Keefer, G. Kidwell, I. Dermer, J. Zembower, B. Rizer, R. Gross. Raw Il. D. Ruby, S. Shirves, T. Harvey, Z. Manges, C. Ayers, R. Clingerman, J. Crawford, H. Beck, S. Simpson. Row Ill. K. Wood, T. Willison, W. Diehl. K. Lawerence, E. Drake, H. May, B. Kidwell, E. Sirbaugh. Row IV. G. Appel, C. Kline, D. S'oker, J. Wratchford, W. Hardinger, R. Swanger, D. Middleton, R. Swanger, M. Haselberger, R. Kesler. '96 ,Juv ps -s. as Section 8-5: Row I. B. Welsh, C. Brown, G. Lee, E. Mellott, D. Hardman, K. Hensell. Row ll. W. Hill, C. Jankey, L. Oates, J. Mahaney, R. Kearchner. Row Ill. R. Atkinson, D. Hare. E. Col- lins, G. Brinkman, M. Boone, R. Abe. Section 8-6: Row I. E. Kerachner, D. Brown, V. Brown, B. Thompson, V. Fletcher, G. Bennett, L. Ault, Nl. Deloucler. Row ll. R. Imher. J. Nfunday, A. Ashenfelter, H. Pfeiffer, W. Thompson, J. Dyer, S. Africa, J. Shanholtzer. Row Ill, L. Stoops, F. Householder, D. Nan, K. Fuller, G. Wine- brenner, H. McKinley. Section 8-7: Row 1. T. Akers, P. Swain, L. Nazelrnd, J. Breeze, E. Corley, J. Peterson, J. Hout, J. Marrale, D. Root, G. Swanger, D. Propst. Row ll. R. Craze, C. Benson, J. Lewis, B. Gill, E. Yergan, J, Twigg, J. Diehl, R. Shaffer, J. Bailey. Row Ill. D. Hillegas, R. Fisher, G. Weaver, G. Chaney, M. Holcomb, J. Warner, L. Cook, D. Grapes, S. Crites. Row IV. J. lmes, J. Goss, D. Wright, P. McGraw, C. Lapp, R. Lewis, J. Torhit. it ss J' Section 8-8: Row I. J. Baker, E. Nelson. L. Ashenfelter. C. Butts, L. Dentinger. J. Smith. P. Wil- son. J. Gray, S. Berry. F. Leasure, J. Howset. Row II. E. Weimer, P. Padfield. M. Cross, L. Harris, E. Dyche, E. Martin, P. Evans. J. Powell. Rau' III. R. Rummer. R. Nethken. J. Snyder, B. Culick, L. Shook, B. Snyder, P. Davis, S. Auvil. R. Cross. Row IV. R. Wilson, R. Colbert, B. Joyce, W. Redinger, D. Harris. C. Runion, J. Kelfet, L. Wright, J. Smith. -. 3. ... J . ga ,Q W '. . s- Y ' gk N Y 4 I x ' I X M i p eg A I Ser-lion 8-9: Row I, ll. Hartman, K. Rosley, S. Zufall, A. Crites, M. Atkinson, H. Bowels, W. Phillips, P. llc-tlrirk, B. Light. 5. Watring, Row II. C. Summerfield, W. Nelson. H. Trail. D. Hamilton, E. Patlfield, J. Rummer, F. Neff, L. Robinson, Ex Simpson. Row III. K. Lepley, L. Everly, J. Lypton, D. Keeler, D. Appald. L. Rowe, M. Mortzeldt, R. Valentine. Row IV. R. Hiett F. Nines, R. Nines, M. McCullough, A. Hast, R. Shipley, D. Middleton, H. Myers. Row V. J. Koener: H. Shaffer, J. McDonald, G. Nelson. Section 8-ll: Row I. B. Liller J. Robbins, C. Fletcher, B. L. Trail, M. Gleason. E. Sho D. Shipley, R. George. R. Wi Metz, D. Jack R. Btinner. F. Q5 OO Section 8-10: Row I. L. Coldizeu. J. Swanger, M. Berg M 0565- J- PHYTY. B. Leasure, R. Perdew. Row ll, J. A B. Michael J Corley S Rok anclich R Rire Rou ll ' - - sf- S . . '. ' I. Johnson, S. Turner, M. Appel, B. Brake, D. Shamhaufvh. R. Rohinette. Row IV. M. Zemhower, R . E Abe . Miller, M. McMillan. D. Miller, A. , M1 Aldridge, R. Higson, R. Kaiser, D. Blank, R. McGee, R. Hile, R Kidwell, K. Leasure, W. Gelner, J. White. C. Smithf , C. Sommerkamp. Sehade, S. Broadwater, J. Baker, S. 0'Donnell Wratehfurd, R. Malone. Row II. K. Hardman. E. William. F. Meeks, ap, B. Llewellyn, C. lser, M. Grove. Row III. A. Johnson. R. Hutzell lson, C. McBride, D. Fleeks, D. Wilson. Row IV. R. Sommers, D Fey, W. Largent, T. Shaw, R. Datri, J. McDonald. 5 Os 2' .s H l 3 l '5 1 1 Qu HBf1ClS UP! Hurry up and move sa 3'-'-if Seclion T-1: Row I. P. Stumbaugh, J. Fisher, C. Dunlap, D. Roberston, L. Rohinson, J. Clay, P. Bittner, C. Cressey, R. Brown, R. Robinette. Rou' ll. L. Kline. R. Grim, M. DeLouer, P. Daniels, E. Cornwell, W. Hoffman, J. Hoenicka, J. Hedricks, J. Shannon. Row Ill. A. Spoerl, E. Rowe. K. lmes, J. Hartz, C. Sansom, N. Brill, H. Van Ornier, D. Graham, J, Weltman. Rau' IV. E. Brown. T. Breighner, Bi. Moore, J. Hampson, J. Dela Grange, R. King, D. Campbell, R. McDonald, W. Hahn, D. Callis. I Section 7-2: Row I Mundy, NI. Crunch. J. Holshey. X Hinds. J. McCullough, P. Zufall. Rau' ll. R. Wilson. D. Blubangh, B. Cross, H. Lynch, C. Conrad, N. Mellon. I. Galliher. J. Hamilton. J. Howell, F. Davis, Y. McKenzie. Row Ill. C. Shaffer. G. 'N NI P alk' C Harbau h E Bartlett Nl Cuolev C Berrv B Lip Muller, G. Thompson. .l. . ower, . . ire. .. g , . , . . 1. . -. . - ' ' - ' N D. D ll D. W b- pold. Row H". R. Wrachford, D. Barnes. L. Muller, W. Leasure, R. Yan .Ieter. ai . e ster, G. Wilson, D. Mowery. Section 7-3: Rau: I. R. Michael. G. Crabtree. C. Wolford, I. Sommerlott. M. Oldaker, D. Kalliaugh. C. Bohrar C. Martin, R. Miller, C. Carnes. Row Il. R. Deter, S. Sapp. G. Harmon, R. Strauflerman, L. Helmick, C. Tmigg. B. Towler, V. Hanawalt. G. Rowe. Row III. J. Wagner. C. Rice, F. Kiscr. R. Erickson. G. Dyche. E. Dawson. D. Lewis. B. Livdy. Row IV. W. Dayton, J. Hammond. E. Clark, J. Leasure. H. Wildins, R. Murphy. G. Robey. F. Shoup, W. Jewell. Row V. J. Williams, F. Hamil- ton P Gibson H. Brinkman, R. Shifflett. X is .J QV! Sertion T-4: Row I. R. White, B. Ritter. R. Sills, E. Nelson. B. Cramer, R. Stallings. N. Porter. C. Bueklew, J. Llewellyn, R. Schubert. R. Wratcliford. Row ll. L. Kiiffner. S. Raines, P. Porter. .l- Ceorge, R. Hollar, R. Hudson. D. Smith. F. Crouch. F. Brown. Row III. D. Liller, R. Jefferies, B. Meeks, J. Northcraft, E. Ayres, C. Abbott. M. Coakley. F. Wakeman. W. Reed. Row IV. M. Shafa E. Shumaker, R. Dom, A. Pryor, J. Wilson. I'-CO5 QD. i sf J 2' r ' : ,f"Q 'J-' -'f vffl fer. S. Bible, G. Counihan, B. Leatherman, E. Mercer. M. Lewis. P. Williams, G. Thomas. Row V. 'l I Section 7-5: Row I. W. Often, L. McCoy, P. Welsh, N, Shipway, P. White, N. Somers, B. Himes, P. Mitchell, L. Evans, W. Marion. Row Il. R. Johnson. F. Bishop, M. Wilmot, E. Oster. L. Otto, F. Light. W. Roby, P. Sponaugle, A. Layman, D. Cross. Row III. T. McGraw, J. Kline, K. Cray, J. Rice, J. Linnenbogger, A. Dorsey, B. Hull, E. Lewis, A. Brewer, T. Getz, L. Athey. Row IV. E. Perdew, J. Robinette, J. Sonlsby, T. Boyd, C, Tasclienbarger. L. Smeal, J. Forbeck, E. Shewbriclge, S. Grant. gi u Seclion 7-6: Row S. Lewis. D. Blank, R. Howilyshell. V. Dayton, A. Rowe, S. Brown, S. Bruner, A. Atkinson, M. Hedrick. Row II. M. Cimmino, A. Harman. M. Yergan, C. Dyer. S. Clites. B. Al- lender, B. Taylor, M. England, R. Hook. R. Hill. Ron' III. A. Miller, E. Payne. D. Wolford. R. Cross, D. Garland. W. Koerner, P. Toomey. R. Plummer, R. Higson. W. Spence. Row IV. W. Adams, J. Spencer, K. Norris. M. Rice. D. Walker. R. Sturtz. D. Brown. R. Straw, H. Hill, J, Cable. Section 747: Row I. R. Lynch. J. Jankey. A. Mandy. R. Ault. C. Martain. C. Weimer. E. John-on. D. Gillum, D. Cillum. C. Roksanzli-h. Row II. R, Hausman. C. Burcow. F. Saehrist. R. Xlarufvldt, - E. Dawson, C. Paul. K. Ketterman. D. Stoops. W. Lease. Rau' III. S. Little. R. Fisher. C. Lips- f I T comb. G. Hockman, W. Mower. P. Donahue, P, Lapp, C. Dicken..l- Dfvii- 5 i I E' - I 2 M N ll gg f ui- ll E34 vi 'LJ . ' ' , vhangl' In m Il lun Illl xx nk thu' ' 'WMU r , .WF Q- H Q. n Q , '. . ,. , Q . ,Z 1. W " - f. , - f.:.f-+, 'Yi Nh 'Miki 4 -- 1 "W 1w,MQ ' " ' bzgw r WW M4191-:. ., ' We. f , . ASQ? Y v ' ig. .Q . 'Q 'L f-V . 1 we , , 4 ' 1 1 .AS Q .7Q,.., Ei I ' -,dm A ,QQ.g,'Qf .. vp. , ,Q -Q-4 5 f, 1 .11 g , 7 1 f 1 " -wi. . f-. ' Qnpg 1 V if LQ 4.4 '.,., . '?Pwng4f,v -'--H , MK., .Q 1 ,.,.. Q Q y IV' 'lf-fn gf ' L . ,W .,-4, ,LQ,.,.A,. . Q ,QB Zig. Q A-wfffw Q Q.Q.m -. 1.-"lf -' 7 . ,,a. . J.. V 1 .Q. .fx IQ V...- K ' " ' ..-,':l',,r'.p . ,LHESK3 1 i-. 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We, the Seniors of 1954. wish to extend our appreciation to Mr. Heisey for his friendlhip and guidance in preparing us for future worlds. ,yt BEAM OF THE SUN During thetcourse of time which Mr. Scott Moor- head has been associated with Fort Hill. he has proved to be a beam of the sun. Wlith many duties to fulfill. Mr. Moorhead begins his busy day with the announcements to all the student bodj-'. He handles the discipline cases and creates good will between the students and faculty. At the beginning of the school term he issues locks and lockers and arranges the seating chart for the audi- torium. -QL All in a days job AVQ g --' Q wa, 1 fb- Tn.- 1 Q4 hw .fi Q' tx .R sv bf . X l . 1 X' fi "te ., ew., XX, Aw an NX .Z N GUIDING STAR As guidance director of our solar system, Mr. Ralph Wimer has been a help to all students. llis main duty is aiding students in their selection of colleges and occupa- tions. He gives many aptitude tests to help the students determine the 'work for which they are best suited. The personal problems of students are also the problems of this guiding star. Prineipal's cabinet planning the school program is left to right, Rau' I. Nlr, tfarl Hit Two people stars are Mrs. Vils Q-- i f .Rx ' , QXN if H Souix Paoxirxuxcizs are very prominent in our universe of on and Mrs. Often. To all Fort Hill- and hate remained "Kitty" and "Lor- ians, they became. rainef' affectionate terms of address all who know them prefer to use. Aside from their regular secretarial duties. they supervise Counting the ballots for all the major elec- tions on the Hilltop. Keeping financial reforils and balanc- ing the lmudget are also among their other uuiui-rous duties. eliie. ffonzmerfe: Nliss Yula H Ik: Nlr. Yietor D. lleisey. Lhrzirllzflfz: Miss Nellie Willison. Hudson, Home Economiesg Mrs. Lenora Resser, eat English: Mr. Robert Morris. llinds, Industrial Artsg Mr. O J-x Q S0rial5tu1lie5. Roux ll. Mr. Scott Moorhead. Assistant Chlllhflliflltg Mr. Thomas Robert Young, .llathematicsg and Mr. Warren Fhumaker, Foreign Language. 3- X Miss Almlerton Miss Bougliion Core English ?"" lQx Miss Bowen R6'HKll-Hg English P43 " 'A .H x 1 as N . 3' Miss llrotflmarkle' Miss Cul:-minv Miss Chase- English English English journzzlisrn I , fb-x V 'Q' , X, Miss Cunilwc' Mrs. Dunlap Nlrs. Dunn NllSs Pritvlliircl Xliss Finilli Miss Tm-IQ-r English English Rllfllllillg Ellgll-.Sli Spvrrli Rfmling En gllx li Miss Willison English Busy Beavers! Miss Workman English English Dfepiaz Mmeml P Nlurrlr- r of lillgllbll "Till thou applaud tllr Ile-ml." ,H , 3 Wi ,w,.,,i Sorial Studios Mr. Engle Social Studies Psychology if Mr. Wiiiiaiiis i .-4 -, .X ,Q 9 Mr. Higgins SoC1'al Studies U. S. History G- 1 . 1 3 .1 Mr. McProuty Social Studies TN 1 Miss Myers Mr. Morris li. S. History Problems of Demorracy lf. S. History 4. Q 0 name Whafs the news, today? Social Studies Deparlmemzl A 'x Mr. Winshelmer World History Imaginary trip to Egypt 5 T .si l T Problems of the day its 5 Mr. Layman Mr. Bigler Mr. Burchard Mr. Hovatte-r Science X s. Mr. Pordew Biology 4: 1 Srience Core Svivn cr Chemistry Sofia! Stzulias uf' Interesting, Sharon ' Science Dfepaz Mmemzi Nlr. McVicke'r Physirs Chemistry 1 - 9' .- Mr. Pt-llvrzi Scienre N - Mr. Reed Biology Science Mr. Workman Scienre .Vrzthematics 9 Lf' Don't lf-I it explode! fb of L. A wil- ' I 1' i" m-"'vfNl--f ,4, 46 H Loaf forms ,fa 5-... Y 3' I9 - f Mr. Davis Mr. Gilpin Mrs. Hughes Mrs. Mewshaw Mr. Perry Algebra Mathematics Psychology Algebra Mathematics Trigonometry Geomeffl' .Uathem 'ics Algebra Mrs. Shnbe Arithnzetir English lull!! Whafs the profit Ma tlvzemicwics Department Angle 1 : Angle 2 Study Hard! -5? P329 'Ja 7 41" Mr. Young. Algebra Math enuztirs fl re, .46 og xx . X Mr. Cavanaugh Mr. Fritz Mr. Hahn Physical Education Drivers Education Physical Education F? ,Y ""' x What's your reaction? 'S Physical Edwcaiiom and :K E in . 'XS Mrs. Ressf-r Physical Education 15 S , J' ': ja? W 4 V' K ' S- . V -r'ii?Qi' ,cr V W-'A' vifm.. - ,fr . ,px . -fn-..V,,, A, -" Fixture stars! !' ,4- Drivfem Edzwccwion Department ,Ji Get that rebound! Hit It! CN vi Mrs. Allamong Mr. MCNIIIIIOH M155 Rum- Mr. Ritchie Commercial Math. I Typing World History Shorthand K Shorthand Business Sfienfe Bookkeeping N A Think hard Pre-paring for a Care-vr Commercial Department 10 worrl a mmuti X rn? 11 th, was ---f-n '35, W 1 -:-X, X Miss Burrall ,V '... Mr. Hanson Miss Kraus Mr. Murphy Mr. Shumake-r Art Vocal Music Latin Art Spanish Reading sw 'Sr Q Mr. Williams In slrumental Mzzsiw is Mrs. Williams Music I la! Miss Yatn-s Voral xlll'l'f' W . away 'R-YM if 'iz 55 'ee KS EIS vi UW Ov-T 2-...I ani- Lefs hear it again, Judy! X Lazmzgzuzwgedl ri:MwSic Depnlrlmem " 'LI' SS if " X Q Artists at Work. s Sv' 'il Miss Hudson Home Economics Mr. St:-m 1I1l1IlSll'ilIl Arts and Industrial A1 Ms Dfejm Hman is 4. V . I 5" - tt, 5 .fgar at . I lay the pattern straight 'I sv Q. Q Nlre. Le-ggf-. lfafvteria Manager fwfr- :- Mr. Hare, Chief Custodian. -pf v X Y 1 ' 1 ' v 5 'ix 1 I X -K '. wg ' x - ' . V V A! . 1 it i ., A E- ,f , - . l"" " . 5 ' ' AQ .5 ll.-XFE'l'I-.RIA AS5l9'I'.'XN'l'S if 5 Q -N 3 ..-- R0 iff! to righlz Mrs Imgzge. Nlri. Ildfllllllll, Mrs. Half: Mrs. Smythe. Miss Laing, Miss Brodv. Urs. Star-lc. Mrs. Cage, Mrs. juhnxon. Kira Crimes. nr Q X .ff A N8 . I wg- I R CVSTODIAN ASSISTANTF ow ll: Mrs. Ritchie-, Hrs. Founmwrx. "1 T 4... CIISTODIAN ASSISTANTS w I- Nlrs. Klo-tr-rman Kira Ravbelt. Lvfl I0 lfghfi MT- Shfmck' MT- Bohn' Mr' Taylor' Mr' Kelly' u -A 'tt 16 -1 X Q 1 N ,1 Jr e-,, ff 1 ui Q4 1 ,J 4 I1 x "We-a .- p-N 4 xg 9 In :1 ..- z,.- an N t'1Nw 2 14 gf --,J "iw . 255' ', ,Ja rf 1:-15? 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'ff' Q1 .F 1 2,1 ' -' 73",-Vt. ' V - -ai - - , 144 , ' r- J ., lawsui- 4"l' 'vi'-f , ,- I 5 Ul'.-' w S5,m Kffqxg MW! 3 is 'iw Xt? 3 fx. 5 'Q f x .,,k. , 1 3 9+ F' QQQM ?"S I ,L ff,-ww 5' QM 1 1115 Reitmeier, Quarterback Steppe, Right Emi Poling, Fullback Teets, I.. Ilalfbaflf Weber, Left End Where is the ball Murphy, Tackle 4 . Make that touchdown. Hill House, Guard ' v lm fm 551 r il , i . A E, 4. 8f'7ffTS " ia 5, Igwf-rlwph mf iffgrwjit S ff5f.1s:2v.ak ,,,-..Lg1W 4 ,. r , .. . ,. F .. J C A 3 CHEERLE,xDERs ss s. Morris. W. schade, J. cafmz. s. I LNHINC 'OWTS S. Hixenhaugh and J. Weber. Flashing scarlet and white at the football and U basketball games are the peppy senior high cheer- leaders. Their spirit and enthusiasm sparks the teams to greater victories. Lvnder the direction of Miss Delores Chase. the girls spent two weeks dur- ing the summer vacation preparing for the football season. To better theniselxes one of the girls at- tended the National Cheerleading Convention held in Indiana. FORT HILL FOOTBALL SQUAD 1953-1954 Row 1: House, Reitmeier, Bechtol, Cookerly, Couter, Murphy, Bittner, Ste-ppe, Weber. Row ll: Richard Brant, Gilpin, Appel, Grove, Rreighner, Hillegas, Teets, Rice. Row III: R. Poling, R. Andrews, Roe, Robert Brant, J. Andrews, Alder- lon, Landis, K. Poling, Whisner. Row IV: Harbaugh, McConnell, Crawford, NIcKenney, Mallow, Widdows, White. Row V: Head Coach Ilahn, Dawson, Managers Shank, Keller and Dickinson: Assistant Coach BIcProuty. PLANETARY INvAn1-:Rs Fort Hillis dynamic gridiron eleven struck at their rivaling teams with weapons of past years. These weapons, fast running, powerful blocking, aerial attacks and a solid line, pro- was the only foe to stop our grid machine. The Sentinels battled the Hagerstown Hubs to a scoreless tie while the championship game with our cross town rivals ended in a deadlock. Once duced a superior team which compiled an ex- cellent record. The mighty Hahnmen won six, holding four opponents scoreless, while two crossed the goal line only once. Handley High again the Red Raiders have brought honors to Fort Hill by their inspired playing and superior sportmanship. FIRST STRING PLAYERS - Row I: Weber, Couter, Murphy, Hillegas, PLAYERS OF THE WEEK - Row I: Bechtol, House, Cookerly and Bittner. Row II: Coach Hahn, R. Poling. R. Poling, Grove, Teets and Andrews. Andrews, Reitmeier. Steppe, Breighner and Teets. Row II: Murphy, Bittner, Couter and Coach Hahn. .W md FOOTBALL QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS - Betty Adams, Oueen Donna Martz and janet Nee. l FORT HILL JV RECORD Fort Hill Opponents 12 Keyser . . . . . , 0 27 LaSalle , . , . 6 27 Beall . . . . . 0 19 Keyser ,. . 7 18 Beall . , , . . 6 18 LaSalle . . , . . 6 6 Allegany ....., .,.,. . 33 97 58 Won 6 -- Lost 1 - Tied 0 'A ! f ' ' 1 f 4 I , , - fd Wi: Cowan THE EARTH Under the experienced guidance of Coach Bobby Cavanaugh, the canvas crew prepares the gridiron foi all games played in the local stadium. Along with lining off the field, this group sets up benches for the players, provides side line markers and clears the field of any debris. I ful H'-V , V. ,, 1, 5 U CANVAS CREW 4 Row 1: L. Rummer, K. Riggleman J. Garvin, B. Wilson. Row Il: P. Davis, E. Warner Coach Cavanaugh, W. Hudson, J. Plummer. FORT HILL JAYVEE SQUAD 1953-1954 Row I: Hammersmith, Brant, Dawson, Snyder, Davis, Clark, Shaffer. Pitzer, Crabtree. Row Il: J. Rice, Weltman, W. Lewis, Malone, R. Lewis, Malamphy, Whisner, Benson. Row III: Stimmel, Harbaugh, C. Lewis, McGregor, Collins, Fogle, O,Neil, Hillegas, Haselberger. Row IV: Colbert, Valentine, Sharer, King, Kesler, Bishop. Crimes, Appold. Row V: Coach Pellerzi, Managers, Wilson, Rice, Heller, Shipley, Fuller. Eddie Widdows Guard 'E Bill Kerns Guard Jerry Landis Guard Bob Andrews Guard Gene- Yvvber Forward Bob Brant Center Mr. "Bobby" Cavanaugh, Coach YA RSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Fort Hill Opponents Hagerstown 7l 59 Parsons ..... ....... 3 7 4-1- Moorefield . .. .... 57 48 Ridgeley .... ... 50 34 Alumni .... . . . 54 49 Martinsburg .... Sl 40 LaSalle .... .. . .. 31 42 Valley lligll .... . .. 45 51 Bruce ........ .. . 52 57 Beall ......... . . . 73 69 Mt. Savage ... ... 54 34 Allegany . . . . . . 47 65 LaSalle ...... . . . 49 66 Martinsburg .............. .,... 3 7 38 'Hagerstown ....................... 58 59 " lndicates Sabre went to press on Feburary 10 be- fore the close of season. Tip It ln! 58 .lack Hann if Erf4i1e'downton Forward f , , ' .Forward 4. N Pa Bruce Lynn 3 ul Rf-itmeier Forward 1 ll Guard "Get that rebound, Bobby." l ..x' X . . . yy 1 MXRSITY llgX5Kl'i'liBALL SQl'.'XD --- fu' Il: llriirr' l.ynn. jerry l,LlIllllS, tidy tllurl-X. Wes llann. Dori-il Kline- T-'ss izpf U fx? VM24 Zn at fixes f I nxt t, 1 X X 4 E Hou' I: Bill Ke-rns, Gene YVcher, Ed Downton. Bob Brant, Paul Reitmeier, jack Harm. lx:-nny Poling. Holi Xntlrt-ws. lftl Witltluws. Run Illg Clpn Laff,-ny. Wa,-m. Hudwn- lloarli Nliolmlnyi' Cai anuugh. SHOOTING STARS During the season the Sentinel quint disappointed spectators who witnessed their cool victory over the Hagerstown Hubs in the initial Clash. Coach '4Bobhy,' Cavanaughis Cagers. playing hot and cold ball, were the victims of hard luck, losing several games in the last few minutes of play. "That's the way. Cenen Crab that ballf J'. ---...K xllfgwk W- 1 x IM 'A 312.4 :L 1-ff asa' f 4vk2' 'K We Q-K We f 'v " '5- fxe' V Twig 4 ilk F-1-an WMF, 'W'f',lE5Q ,x x 4 ff' rf, ' 1 wx K, . x nf Xa 4 S if n -1 ,M f Qt. 35 r . f tx 254' 'V ,ag Q wg S. ,. 3 I 1 I , . l - W4 ' I L -. gp, 3, QQ. N 7ff .f -nv' . if 1 1 4 bv' in-- 2:7 Regina Hinds Jo Ann Dickel Sarah Stewart Jeanette Hicks Guard Forward Guard Guard Rout I: J. Pennel. S. Stewart. A. Leatherman. P. Thompson. R. Hinds, J. A. Dickle. J. Hicks, J. Schaidt. C. Leatherman. Row ll: Coach Henrietta Snyder. B. Lippold, J. Bush. J. Brotemarkle, Nl. Catlett. li, Largent. J. A. Hardy, C. Kline. M. Hater. Manager Charlene Hornhrook. Row Ill: D. Oldaker. S. Kirchner. L. Aaron, NI. Moore, J. Savilisky, C. Nelson. S. Bryant, J. Davis, P. Grim, B. liyzick. L. Davis. I ALJ SOLAR MOTION Coach Henrietta Snydefs synchronized sextette playei championship bull again this season. At the time of this write-up their professional playing has compiled for them the outstanding record of four wins with only one loss. GIRLS, BASKETBALL RECORD Fort Hill Opponents Hyndman ....... 38 13 Beall .. ..... 39 15 Ridgeley . .... 43 12 Bruce .. .... 49 24- 'Ursuline ............................. 51 60 "' Indicates Sabre went to press before the season closed. "Toss up." Mrs. H. Snyder, Coach Janet Schaidt Guard Martha Catlett Forward XX! .X gy llgXSEl3ALL TEAM - Row I: Ronald Rice, manager: Eddie Atliey. Dau- Kc-nm-ily. Bill Ye-ttvr. Bruce Lynn, llorvil lxlinc l'rul NY ol ford, Kenneth Perdew, Jimmy Kaiser, Paul Stickley, Hill Burke. Jim Kellerman. Row ll: Coarli "lloblwy" Cavanau li rd Puff ln-rger, Noris Apple, Wayne Murray, Arthur Brittner, Harry Wliisner. Jimmy Barrett, Pat Smulers, Wayne Long. Dau xlLF3l'ldI1fl Wayne Hudson. Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill '6Yer Out!" SPRING CONSTELLATIONS 8 Alumni 7 Hyndman ...10 LaSalle 10 Mount Savage 0 Central .. 0 Bruce....... 3 Beall..... 3 Flintstone .. 9 Hyndman. 2 Bruce 2 Allegany .. 4 Mount Savage 0 LaSalle .. 10 Central O Beall...... 8 Flintstone 7 Allegany YS 5 5 4- 8 3 8 8 4 Step on it, Bruce! H ,fp --.4 5'-Q. Nice try, Bittsy! -Sb Zrfaaa TRACK TEAM f Row I: R. Rice. B. Schade, J. Long, J. McVicker. J. Farris, K. Reed. B. Allen. B. Str-ppe, B. Kerns. Row II: M. Smith, C. Widdows, D. Rice, P. Reitmeier, G. Wleber, W. Couter. B. Shinholt. R. Gilpin. D. McCullough, D. Anderson. Coach Bill Hahn. Row III: G. McKenny, J. Landis, H. Apple, E. Cookerly, R. Brant. B. Brant. R. Bittner, J. Crowe, K. Poling, S. Teets. R. Poling. Row IV: Manager P. Baker, J. Kesler, H. King, D. Dawson, J. Rice, R. Shaffer, T. Snyder, D. Hillegas, R. Bennett, J. Whisner, E. Groves. METEOR TRAIL Dual Meet Fort Hill 102 Beall 24 Dual Meet Fort Hill 109 lf6 Martinsburg 62 5X6 Handley Invitation Handley 56 112 Fort Hill 45 172 Dual Meet East Palestine 100 Fort Hill 82 Sailing high! -as-Kia 4752 University of Maryland Invitational North Western 28 U2 Montgomery Blair 27 1X2 Towson 23 l!2 Fort Hill 17 172 Allegany County Championship Fort Hill 87 Allegany 44 lf2 State Meet Towson 32 Montgomery Blair 29 U2 North Western 24 U2 Fort Hill 22 576 Fort Hill Invitational Handley 76 1X2 Fort Hill 72 1X2 "Put the shot Bill" William P. Hahn, Coach Best foot forward! c 1 Zn? I f , 1+ ul VOLLEYBALL STATE CHAMPIONS Fort Hill Opponent , Beall .................. 76 19 . ' Women's Recreation 36 22 Alumni ............... 41 27 Women's Recreation 45 21 Towson ............... 35 7 Annapolis ....... . 35 7 Bel Air ..... 24 13 M SL Glen Burnie .. 30 8 GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM - STATE CHAMPIONS f Row I: .Iackie Pennel, Io Ann Dickel, Jean Clontz, Marge White. 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Marilynn, 0 ciati all eh y of e Tri-Hi-Y, was feature 154' nielits 'W attrfilbtited to 'Marjlynn Baldwin who was f fi ig it rg Nico-edito ,xof the ge' Qlnel,-, tary of the sophomore .X ' C1a55,Np'f65i51entiQ1j14irlg nior and senior year Q yy 5 A 2 . f W' , , 4, - abil secret of onal 'X nor Society. Marllynn tblalso sangtivith thel appellax hoir and served as a W I monitor. The Sallgre extends est wishes to a truly I' gl 64, fi -aO"""' outstanding girl. E, ,H OUTSTANDING BOY Scholastic standing, athletic ability, leadership and a winning smile achieved Bill Steppe the honor of out standing boy of the senior class. Billis leadership was evident as he was sophomore class president, H1 Y treasurer, and president of the National H-onor So ciety. Excelling in all sports, Bill has been on the football, basketball and track squads. For his out standing athletic accomplishments, Bill received the ,lim Turner Memorial Award. To this superior senior the Sabre wishes a successful future. , VM Q- ww tl 4171! '19 May Queen Betty Adams nna Nlartz armor Bllillllldlll 0 un Bt I1 1 'Vt enlor ment Il CELESTIAL BEAUTIES Relgnmff over the Max Daw fest1v1t1es, ueen Betts and her court shared the hmehght as the Port H111 Plawers presented Me1r1or1es Petlte brown exed Betts Adams won the h nor of M11 uetn 111 the annual 0lCCll0Il sponsorel hv the student eounell burroundmg the throne were tuelu cornclx IIIISQLS ws hose heautx a11d charm brought them the honor of attendants to the queen UUEPN AND HER COURT I ow Nancy Shlpwaw sucnth rade Dorn Crm 1 1 r 1 ty idlll qufmn Jamce Lawask1 elghth grade Ida Mae Galhher seventh grade R011 I1 Patsy Harper Illfllll radm 5ar1dra Durmfr tenth rade Barbara Weaver eleventh grade Donna Hartz twelfth grade Janet 'Vee twelfth radt 1 arhara Ihn flew ntl1 grade Janet Ixe fl tenth grade Sandra Reuschel n1nth grade Ni 42 df 'Un """"""'7 ,,, lik X-f"t5"'L.q-will 'L7 DJJ. 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LIGHTS Ol" Tllli FOIAR SYSTEM Ligrhling the path to the Sl'Ilfl.IIf'I SySl1'lIl are the nlenilvers of the National Honor For-iety. l,f'Zl1ll'l'SllilJ. scholarship t'llZlI'E1i'lt'f :intl loyalty are the qualities whit-tm gainetl the S tudents nuwnhership in the society. liven though it is an inactive group. it FC'llUlLlI'SlllIJ was awarded by the organiza tion to one of its outstanding Scholars. f f' sk awmnn.. .,....- .. tm . Thespian Convention Speaker STAR CLUSTER? Clusteri of stars displayed their tal- enti in Octoher when Thespian Troupe 230 staged the regional clramaticri con' ference for high school actors and act- resses from Nlaryland. Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Two one-act plays, a hanquet and worksliops were held in the aft:-rnoona Climaxing the Con- fe-rf-nee wzw the annual Play Tourna- nu-nt. Thi- The-Qpianf also pres:-nterl the Ilirr-e--aet play. hfiliarln-yl Aunt", in eo-opt-ration with tht- Fort llill Play- ers. Thi, artive group is directed hy Miss lla-len Smith. 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N kx-, ,N ,,.w 'AIV K L A -14-11 , -A 1 ,tk .L I, Q, .. - X - ,Q , . ,rs ""'fL,. -' fcy Q, , XF ,EQ 1 - G Q 3-M 1 .' Yi ff-K EQ , .4 ,,F.3,,.-f,..,5Q .- 5 V- P i-Qs: .v.:gU,v " . Na- ' ,vs -- 5 -wA , ,.- . 1. . , Y A . . X. , gf .1 .. - W-ef 0 , -T'-'S' Eleanor Jones, co-editor. :XUYERTIFINC ST.Nl"F -- Svufffflz Sliirlm-y Atlivy. Sharon Day, assistant advertis- ing manager: Melia Roy-, llulli lli-hop. Sfllllllfllgf Beverly Long. Carol 0'Don- ni ll. X irginia Clianc-3. lane-1 Sliiplvy. ,QXIHYISFRQ -- Nlr. Jann-Q Fnuli-. goin-ral aclviscrg Nlr. Carl Hitvliiv. linanuial ailxife-rg Nlr. Yvadv Kipv. photography utlxi-wr. 2 l G N A-- ,ix A ,L -lx, n'a 4 PHOTOGRAPHY QTAFF - Runnin Vlvinclvniutli, Jolin Nel- k b L -on, pliotograpliy editor: 'lloniniy Llc-wi-lyn, Alice Fislifir, pltoto- all L grapliy wlitor. FXCLALTY AND LAYOUT STAFFS - Nancy Sliowman. layout: Carolyn Baum, faculty editorg 1.1 sv 'l'Hl'lF'l'S f .Xnnv lliwr untl IJ-'lun Wolford. F 4 ..,,,N..i X- Fantlra Brown. a-fiatant faculty Qditor. UIFINFFS F'l'.-Xl-'F g Li-ila Roliinctlv, business manager Rita Nlarkvr. assistant busint-is managerg Mrs. Kitty Wilson m'1'l'lL1TV - Htlen NIcKee co editor w ,r SMQ A IVIILR XRY AND SPORTS STAFFS Row I Vrr mia Lillarcl 'Vlary Wheeler a..t,tant literary editor Carole Lillard and Myra f oli htly. cosliterary editorzg Paul Mattin ly :ports editor. Standing: Barbara Clark. OUT OF THIS WORLD With the 1904 yearbook the Sabre staff took Fort Hill students out of this world to explore and conquer the universe. To complete this tour via the yearbook, the advisers, editors and staffs spent many long hours writing copy, laying our pages, taking pictures, typing, identifying pictures, se- curing advertisements and patrons, writing captions, drawing sketches and copy reading. The Sabre staff has worked diligently to produce a yearbook which is an accurate record of the school year. Mr. James Engle, Mr. Carl Ritchie and Mr. Wade Kipp advise the staffs. ART STAFF g Ann Horwath, Connie Haselberger, art editorg ACTIVITIES STAFF - Deirdre Wilson, Pat Kirchner. KNDICRCIASSNIEN AND SENIOR STAFFS - Seated: .Iean Sheelz. Norma Clark. si-nior editorg Norma Ballou, assistant senior editor. Standing: Rebecca Reynolds, Pat Brinkman, underclas- men editor. activity editor, Evelyn Schade. J -,J 4 'Q 1 'Z' 1 fi J ' I ,,, - J' 01 Y, ' , " ' A N' X :EK Q, . . is .f- 4-Y ' l - 4. rw, QPORTS S'1 XFF - Anna Lee Willard, girls sports editor, Ron- nie Dyer, sports editor, Carol Meister. The Sentinel "The NUM ShalQlalfLXou Fm" f V 1-wflsrlr-.1 I-'mem Times K I Am,,mhe,,Of,he,.0,un,h,a wygvf Q,'3mSf,fNyf ggi QQ smoiasrw Pres Assocla um muh serum! climber- fa ' li l-'WL W1fS'l1"'d' ,Q .V Press Agucnmon. and rm.. Y.-rw - - S125 Southern lnmsehmasuf wmv Sum-src-r - L-5c it h Pri-ss lxssociauon. ifh '1'lw.igi. sllywl-vm.: ny mu J-l,.i-milxm lil-pmnwnr, mm paper- rs nxnxzr-ri 1-:mr-L-ly by snide-nts Alix :sur '---- Marx' M, Clllvmlnv .Xxsm mln- l'11lL'u1 - - Xlxra lj01.glxlly.i'urul Inllnrd Xl-QNX S S'l'.Xl"l-' lJ4'll'llrU M rswl. llorr Milla: lklllh-Q. H113 Gres-rl. lllirbaril lilgv, lillltl l...l'1. llwrlfl., MJHL, JANE! N00, I.1:n0l'.'1 s..l.1.1-, x1.l:-g.u-L1 mn-r l:.:i Aim-in-1-. Mary mmap. Nurziu Lhlluu, llarlxim lhsalil, Margaret Castle Ann M.l:n.'ny. l"u.1lllI'u Ellllnri - - Marilyn llaldwm, Uarbara THuSs l"Y'IA'll lllff STAFF Julln ll.lr'L'y,SL1ml:Ll Tl1u1ll!vs,L'al'ul Me1Sler,JaCk1e lNellur, PHL Ta5m':i0nl:L'rg, Annu Lee VK'lll3rd swims iglliml- A V 1 - - llunald uyer Lllxls Spulu Ellliut' ---- Anna Lee XYlllard SPORTS STAFF Donna No:':hc:af:. Carol Meister Business Manager ----- Joan llacey HUSXNESS STAFF .Xml M.l1licn3', Margizn-1 llafer. R124 Marker, Mary Dailey, Norma llalloul, l3nL'b.ll.. Duahl, Donn.-1 N0rlhCrafl. Liwcn Meeks, Anna lm Willard, Deirdre Wllson EDITORIAL BOARD M314 Llullglllly, Carole Llllard, Rlla Green, Janet Nee, Juan llncey, Ronald D3 ur, Marilyn Baldwin, Barbara Tllllss, Anna Lee M'lllard Plmwgraplxers - - Alice Fisher, Tommy Llewallyn Miss Mary Calemine, adviser. riff? lx K an an 5 , 4 'i' - X 7:4 ' y X. fs Y- ,, 5 X EY? . - 1 - , nh . . Q- . ' - . ' ,H 0 , if 4 ,A E.. . K K. ,, M . llee g jfs "Li Mgt, ' ' s ,. .5 Q-M N--'V W. .. . sv 5 1' ! ,Q BUSINESS STAFF - Seated: Mary Dailey, Gwen Meeks, .loan liaccy, lrusiness manager, Barbara Deahl, Ann Matheny. Stand- ing: Rita Marker, Norma Ballou, Donna Northcraft, Anna Lee Willard, Deirdre Wilson. Yi -on t r is .ji M, . .5 ::"..4 ' . I af Pr ni C41 ,nr Q4, 'J' N Myra Golightly and Carole Lillarcl, co- editors. 6' . 10' h S. 4 t QL' V A -' M FEATURE STAIFF co-feature editorg Marilyn Baldwljgy I N A Anna eWillard. ax 70 X . X 3 T tl P Mi., Q T . l 1 Kstriff. . 2 gs . L i i' 4' ! x if l' I K NE ' STAFF - Sealed: Mary Dailey, Rita Green, Donna Martz, Mar- gar t astle, Barbara Deahl. Standing: Gwen Meeks, Rita Marker, Don- na thcraft, Rose Barnes, Norma Ballou, Becky Rice, Eileen Liller, Deir re Wilson, Ann Matheny. i ff' QD thins SENTINEL OF THE SKY Under the guidance of Miss Mary Calemine, the Sentinel staff has main- tained a high standard of excellence in reporting the news of interest to the stu- dents. The staff spends many hours securing ads, writing editorials, gather- ing, writing. and editing news. feature, and sports stories to meet deadlines for the bi-weekly newspaper. Members of the staff with Miss Calemine attend- ed conferences held by the Columbia Scholastic. Maryland Scholastic and Southern interscholastic Press Associa- tions where highest honors were bestow- ed upon the Sentinel at each convention. THE OIISERVATORY As seientists study the heavenly bodies from the observatory. members of the Jun- ior Town Meeting observe and discuss problems of the modern teenager. This group regularly holds panels in classrooms, in assemblies and over the radio. Al- though every senior high student is a member of Junior Town Meeting. an ad- viso:y council and a eo-ordinating council are elected to form policies for the or- ganization. In this manner, freedom of speech is practised and everyone is given an opportunity to express his views on problems concerning such topics as per- sonal relations. politics, democracy, and social behavior. All the senior high Eng- lish teaehers serve as advisers to the or- ganization. Miss Nellie Willison directs the advisory and co-ordinating councils. ADVISORY COUNCIL OF THE JUNIOR TOWN MEETING Sfffltedi.Vifgil1i21I.illard, sophomore .representative George Esltin president Standing Phyllis Dent librarian Jean Sheetz vice-president, Louis Parsemous, Junior representative Carole Lillard secretary 'em 3 Y gi Cast of "Charley's Aunt" - Row I: Brasset, Leon Shumakerg Charly Wykeham, Charles Welchg Lord Francourt Babberly Ronald Dyerg Donna Lucia A'alvadorez, Jackie Weberg Ela Delahay. Mary Daily: Kitty Vertlum. Rita Markerg Amy Spettigue, Mary W'heeler. Row II: Stephen Spettigue, Melvin Ritterg .lack Chesney. George Esking Colonel Sir Francis Chesney, Stanley Wilson Student Director, Barbara Thuss. Cll.KRLliY'S ALNT When the final c-urtain had tlvsm-nflt-cl on the stellar production of "Charli-y's Aunt", the Fort llill Players added another hit to their splendid record. The aetion of this farm- took place during Com- memoration Week, Oxford, England. l892. Jack Chesney and Charley Wykeham are entertaining two young ladies, Amy Spettigue and Kitty Ycrdum. There is a hilarious mix-up when Lord Fancourt Babberly, disguised as Charley's Aunt tries to obtain Spettigue's permission for the girls tt marry. Adding to the merriment, Colonel Sir Frances Chesney knows of the wealth of Charlvy's Aunt and proposes to the impersonator. The story is a riot of laughs but all ends well. "Charley's Aunt" was under the capable direction of Nliss Helen Smith. "Donna Luvia. you are an amazing woman!" "Ella, what does he mean?" "Try me, Jack, for l love you clearly Sheila, you should be ashamed! JUNIOR CAST OF "EVENING DRESS INDISPENSABLEN - Kneeling: Directors Jackie Pennel and .lackie Weber. Stzmrlingz Geoffrey Chanler. Stanley Wilsong Sheila Wayburry. Mary Wheeler: Ceuige Connaught. Melvin Ritterg Alice Wayhurry, Patty Weave-rg Nellie. Mary Dailyg and announeer, George Eskin. v i i f j I Best Actress and Actor, Helen McKee f and Melvin Ritter. .1 -gs . I 1 ' kt '11 Q L Q A X i , , ,Q ,k l "EVENING DRESS INDISPENSAIXLEW ,aff 7m"ex " ' - 'Y Displaying their dramatic. ahility and .X ' ' I stage experience. the junior class re- .Ji . ceivecl the hest play award for their V 4' 3 . i A production of "Evening Dress indis- J t A LN 2 F E 5 pensablef' They also received another i 'y VMQN- - . L 12' I 4 xxsta " if-EZ t SL K honor when a memher of their cast r ' " rf ,r X Q was judged hes! actor of the play tour- ' I 1 ' 5 ,kko A fi nament. Under the experienced direc- ' r K 1- ' tion uf Jackie We-her and Jackie Pen- , K H ffl if nel, the cast worked together for several 5 . fl f L. weeks to estahlish this success. ,. sz .Ak . , V xy M S Cast of senior class play. "Heat Lightning" young girl, Helen McKeeg 2nd man, Ronald D s- Direetor. .lanet Nee: lst man, Fred Hillegasg yer: assistant director. Carol Meister. 5 Q 5 It f-HEAT LIGHTNING" L gl l t With suspense, drama and r f . fp 4. ' , mystery. the senior class present- . ,, , t ed ent-at I.igi1tnmg" as their en- K , l y -Q-4 S .: Q tr!' in the bla? tournament. Re- D l i i -j xi eeiving: special reeognition were S s ,MM ' I l ' S' l' L the sound effects and lighting 5? is -.itil P f which helped to create the moods A -J Wi 'Q 51 6 vo ol the play. Under the ezrpahle I 3 f .2351 U X l v V i 3 V.L, - A . V I direction of Janet lNee and Karol of.: -if . I I Q. ,-e1 ,- Meister. the play was very sue- 7 I f lj. 'ek' . - Cassini and t-ntmaining. tumor e if H I was brought to the seniors when one of their cast was judged best actress. s- Row I: Daisy Dushy. Beverly Long: Sophomore east of "Nobody Sleeps" Spike, Jan Seihlerg .Xda liushy, .lane Anne Hausmnn. Row II: Director, Carole Lillardg Glory liushy, Sharon Dayg Mrs. Bushy, Ginger Lillartlg assistant director, Eileen Liller. "NOBODY SLEEPSH Learning: hlocking. staging and acting for the first lime. the sophomore Class tlitl a fine joh in their production of 'iNohoely Sleeps." l'he entire cast interpreted well their parts, giving zi realistic and humorous performance. Wvith Carole Lillard and Eileen Liller as their direetors. the cast practiced together to make their play a success. La ,,, WY t wtf, FORT HILL PLAYERS Row I: S. Riley M. Bovgs D Howflyshell C Haselberger P Weaver Nl D 'l 'Nl Dl ' ' "".' " v- ,D.R.R II:E. , gulsthzgd, gohlnsflm. J. We-her, M. Wheeler, M. Siehler. M. Roy, F. Kenne:ii.PvRow Illli Ugg. Van liflget, Simglobison, CfxlI:'l,z!iEgte.i', Begkglaif, iff? Rllugzin, R. Shrout, R. Parker. Row IIT: R. J0l'lf?S. R. Nlahaney, J. Wulfington. L. Shumaker, M. Wilson, R, , . u . ou. . C. Brown, Miss Helen Smith, adviser: M. Cunningham, C. Welsh, VV. Stallings, D. Wilson. STELLAR PRODUCERS To make all plays stellar promluetions is the purpose of the Fort Hill Players. 'l'hc-sv juniors and seniors, having one year of speech, are eligi- hle- to hvmume Thespians. "Charlie's Aunt", a thru- art play. was their big promluetinn of the year. 'l'hev also 1-0-op:-rated with the A Cappella ffhuir hy pre-st-tiling the tahleaux in rht- ffhristmas ass-mlwly. During their class periml. untler th.- flirretion of Nliss Helen Smith. they study make up. spec-eli. blot-king. staging and play production. The play's portrait at . 113 xl The make up must be just right! l. f ...aa-W, .. H' --..... ,.. A ,am A1 ,. is-. "1r r' 7 ,.,., .V ,ff- 'R N. 'HGH- , E , f . w SENIOR BAND f Row I: S. Lynch, rnajorette captaing V. Clites. M. Dt-Luca, instrument custodian: D, Lewisf,majoretteg D. Robinettf-. drum major: T. Imes, J. Kessell, B. Weaver. D. Cook. maiorettes. Row Il: J. Ileirman, E. Shinhdt, B. Sturtz, R. Douglas. D. Parker. K. McKenzie. G. Gordon. Mower, White, Moyer. Driver. Row Ill: Twigg. Bahst. v. presidentg- Reynolds, Valentine. Zemhowcr. Collins. Walters. S. Wilson. Brown. Jones. Criffith. Ron' IV: D. Rowley, Ieidinger. uniform custodian: 'V Downton. WW-lsh. Coleman, Duffy, recording secretaryg Mudge. Aronholt. Ross. Powell. Drotemarkle, Saville. Filesf Row V: Pur- K nell, Sllumaker. Nichl. Imes. Sisk. Lynch, Fisher, Abernathy, Alexander. Halford. YY. Shinholt, Heislip. instrument custodiang C. Rowley. treasurer. Row VI: Liller, uniform custodiang Burgess. Pavtou. llaines. uniform custodiang Mock. Smith. Rzfkin, Honey- cutt. Cunningham. Shank, Christman. Row VH: Stallings, Randel. Willison. uniform eustodiang 'Feller. Christopher, Straughn, Ayers, presidentg Bonner. Jewel, M. Wilson, Beckman, Resser. MUSIC MAKING NIOONBEAMS Marching along together in 1953-54 the Fort Hill Senior Band, under the experienced direction of Mr. Cordon Wil- liams displayed its newly purchased glittering uniforms. At every football game our hand was an enthusiastic part of the cheering section and not one would have heen complete without the color and spirit contributed hy our musicians. Among the other activities in which they participate are the annual hand concert and parades. Practicing u new tune ww Along with the musicians of the band we have our major- eltes. This group makes up its own routines and dances and acts as tht- hand's librarians. With all these students partivipating. the band eau be truly called the music making moonlit-ams of the Sentinel system. SENIOR llltlll NI.X,l0RF'l'TFS - Left to right: Ilarhara Wt-awr, Donna Lewis. Nlary Fraiwcs DcLuca. Shirley Lynch. captain: Twila lmcs. .Ianct Kc-sell. Xeronira tilitcs. 1 5 A Al 52:1 if .rn-Q, FZ, g .F F' I Intl JUNIOR lflflll Nf.XJORlCT'l'l-iS -- Hou' I: Donna Sflllltllilllglt -Pl , lj , -Wh NN-4 treasurt r. Rott' Ilzx lit-tty ljroailstock. Nlarit- Rice. Rott' llli at 'lt n"l no ' Pat Huffman. Barbara Smith. Hou' Ill: Sandra Rcuschel. captain: lflh-n llroiulfoot. Patsy Ilarpi-r. PLAYING HEAVEN'S CHORUS Displaying their marching and musical abilities in the an- nual Memorial Day parade, Fort Hill junior band members made a colorful appearance in their grey and red uniforms. The junior band also participated in and helped produce the annual spring concert. With light snappy majorettes leading the wav, the junior hand composed the first part of the pro- gram. On various occasions several members of the junior band were asked to play with the senior band. Under the di- rection of Mr. Gordon Williams, their homeroom periods are used for practice in obtaining better musicians at Fort Hill. JUNIOR BAND - Row I: Reuschel, majorette captaing Harper, Huffman. Stumbaugh. treasurerg Rice, B. Smith, Broadstock, Proufffoot, majorettes. Row II: Martin, Spoerl, Hausman, Dyche. Wilson. Shoup. F, Bishop. Shannon. Turley. Row III: Cram- mer, Ross, Kolb, Brotemarkle,Kerr, Hardman, Hendrickson, Schaffer. 'Xyf-is. Ron' IV: Moses. lfanges. secretary: J. Smith, Counihan, G. Smith. Blubaugh, Mitchell, Bartlet. Row V: Moyer, Shelley. Turner. uniform custodian: Zawoski. uniform custo- diang Fisher, Valentine, Calford, Grove, F. Bishop. Row VI: Gray. Mower, Jack. Lewis, Tashenberger, W'alters, Belt, Hanawalt, Breightman, Diehl. 1 Ai! O' S Q- 1 A CAPPELLA CHOIR - Row I: Miss Annetta Yates. director: D. Rowley. Pianist: D. Reynolds, S. Hixenbaugh, P. Taschen- berg, C. Kline, B. Rice, 5. Ruehl, M. Woaver, D. Howdyshell, B. Rf-ynolils. J. livirman. F. Rm-kley. assistant pianist. Row II: M. SCllf'l'. C. Findley, W. Morgan, P. Northcraft, J. Weber, J. Lutteral. S. l.in4lf-man. D. Huffman, E. Durbin, M. Miley. Row III: F. Bishpp, D. Lease, P. Souders, D. Perry, R. Mahaney, G. Popp. C. Karliaugli. D. McCullough, M. Baldwin, N. Clark, M. Appel. Row IV: M. Ritter, R. Meers, C. Hanagan, J. Andrews, W. Shinliolt. M. Smith, D. Reed, J. Garvin, W. Wise, E. Shinholt. Nll'SllI OF 'l'lll-I Sl'lll-'IHCS Singing in fliffvrr-nt worlds of 1-xtlwlailliiie-:tt luis flie- tingui-lu-ql the- xoiww nf tlin- X lfuppr-lla Cllmir. .X varivty oi alrililiw- naw ll4'I1l0IlNll'Llll'4l Lal llll' Ill'l'bQ'lllLlTlUll of tht- npr-rvlla. "'l'hf- Nlikurlou. During lllt' ifltri-tmag wa-on tllf' Choir -ang fur nmnliivrozw i'llllI'4'llt'4 unrl clubs in tht- Conl- niunily. 'lliey algo pri'-vista-tl "'l'l1w Clirixtniaw Ftoryv to Ilic wnior liilli ftumlvnt lromly. ln the- fall tnvniln-rx from tlie vlwir traxwlocl to llultilnow to -ing at Iln- Nlarylunrl State' Tear-ln-rx Conwntion, ,Xt tliie IllL'f'llllQL tlu- Fort llill incin- lwrs olwtainoal vxpz-ri:-ucv and vnjoynivnt Qinging with other group: of sturlvnts in tlw All Nlarvlaml illmrui. All M:XRYl.'XNll CIIOHLY -- Rau' I: J. Luttrvll. D. Rowlu S. ffappro-Ni. R. lli-hop. X. Clark. S. l,infla'man. Rau' II: F Bi-hop. F. Sliinlioll. Nl. Ritter. Nl. Smitli. Hou' Ill: NX. Shinlio J. .Xmlrvw-. J. Duffy. 5, Wilxfin. 80 III2.XX'ICYI.Y NIIfSIC Ilvawnly mu-ic rings from room 25110 at noon tiinv. In this room. untler tln' nlirs-vliun of Nlrs. Doris Williams. llu- senior girls glee vlulr fJI'LI1'llI'4'N for var- ious aclivitie--. One is the ,lllvgany County Spring Cones-rt grin-n at Fort IIilI Iligrll Srliool. The biggest projm-rt of tln- year was ap- pearing in ilu- opr-retta, X SENIOR CIRLS CI.FFI fII.I'Il --V Ron' I: Mrs. Doris Williams. mlira-rtorg D. Rowley, pianist "'I'lwNIikuilo". Tliegirls al- Row Il: V. Rnlanil. D. Willison. NI. lflark. j. K4-ss:-ll, M. E. Shaw. Il. Hire. J. Kelly. P. Weaver ll. Long. .l. Stutzxnan. Ii. Ferguson. .-X. I'arst-nios, Hou III: D. Slizink. C. Kline. J. I.uttrell, C so take part in many school assenilmlif-2. INIM-ks. Il. Die-lil. XI. Ilatri. N. Clark. .I. Ilivkvn. Il. White. N. flurry. I.. Wotring. Ron' IV: P llarne-s. NI. louise. S. Mluins. R. Hawkins. N. Clark. M. Riu-. E. Grim. Il. NllI'lllL'I'ZilI. N. XICCICI lanfl. R. Ili-urge. J. llucklew. R. Ilaruuun. Row V: J. Hausman. If. Johnson, K. Casserly, S Atlwy, Nl. Iiattlett. J. IlI'0It'IllElI'l'il1'. P. llorwath. S. Day. INI. Sielile-r. If. Oillonnell. S, Harvey, S Crit:-s. SINGING STARS Walking past room 142 A one may hear the voices of singing stars, otherwise known as the Senior Boys Clee Club. These boys, under the expert guidance of Mr. Harold Hanson, sing not only for the-ir own pleasure. but for the enjoyment of the students of Fort Hill. This was very evident when the bovs appeared several times on the Fort Hill stage and before various civic and reli- gious organizations. SENIOR BOYS GLEE CLUB - Row I: L. Savilisky, D. McCullough, G. Kalbaugh, J. Garvin, G. POPP, J. Robinette. Row II: W. Fisher. R. Malmey, D. Dawson, D. Robinette, J. Zufall, J. Crabtree. Row 111: J. Kiffner, C. Halligan, L. Swartzwelder, R. Sapp, R. Donahue. 1 GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB - Row I: Mrs. Doris Williams, P. Wagner, G. Robinette, M. Muller, S. Poland, C. RUICT. E. Mliflill. L. Alt, C. Barnhart, P. Patlfield, J. Shanski, R. I'lPY'-lllJPl'gCI'. P. Krieger. B. Zembower, E. Corley. Row II: J. Peterson, P. Swain. J. Snyder, 5. Durst, R. De Vore, B. Anaelletta. B. Johnson, N. Taylor. J. White, H. Christman, J. Wigfield, M. Hays-s. N. We-lsh. M. .-Ndains. S. Crites. R. Yan llorn, B. Gill. C. .-Xclams. S. Fihley. J. Twigg. Row III: B. Llewellyn, B. Hill. B. Waite, J. Murray, S. Brown, E. Johnson, C. Ref-d, D. Henderson. N. Svliailv. l. Gorllove. R. Long. E. Bunner, N. Bosley, M. Lewis, V. Wagner, L. Fuller. E. Leatherman, M. Callis. Row IV: R. Yergen. C. Snmnn-rkamp, B. Liller, J. Chaney, T. Silber, L. Craze, R. Odge-rs. J. lmf-s, J. Torbett, C. Fletcher, J. Reed, D. Koontz. C. Mayln-w, B. Bs-rry, W. Liller, Pfieffer, J. Gross, S. Swanger, K. Miller. tgf 3 tlfi I A JR. HlGlrl GIRLS GLEI-I CLUB - Row I: Mrs. Doris Williams. ilirevtorg Mundy. Johnson, Gillum, Porter, Martin, Kalbough, Bohn-r, l.vatl1m'inzin. Rowi-. Rittvr, Crissiz-, Ault. Stallings, Nt-lson. Bittni-i. Clay. Frans. Rau' II: Towler, Sommerlatt, Gibson, Hanawall. Cline. Rolvinson. llinils, Olilake-r, Kiifner. Dunlap, Janki-y. Nlartin. Y'-ziruvn. P. Porter. England, Conrad, Wilmont, Raines. Row III: llollar. Ni-lson, Fhipway, Fpoerl. Miller. Mitchell, Gillum, Brill. Langlin. Brown, DoLozier, Taylor, Grim, Cornwall, Mar- tin, Danit-ls, Allonili-r. Hinn-s. Row IV: Li-wis, Ste-vans, Hoffman, Shaffer, Flnnmaker, llc-lmicl-1. Littler, Yan Ormer, Rowe, Simp' son, Howell. Mclicnzie, Pcrdew, Grant, Lippold, Linnberger, Cockley, Bible. CFILESTIAL SINGERS Grapr-s. Got-tz. Nlf-Graw llunnon, Wolforml. Norris lr-y, Clark. llilleuas. R014 III: Damn. hlcllonalfl 2 Burns. M1-Cullogh. llvnrv ' Q.. , Q. llolcolni, Colbert. 0'Nea'l. A , Ifnu' IV: Nlvarlv. Cillum BOY? GI.l-ZE Cl.I'Il-.ll'N- lOR HlGll S KIIf'PIl-fig! 'l'omn1s'y. hlivliar-ls. Lips- roinh. Rau' I: Rilt-y. Shaf- fe-r, Alilmt, 0'Bakv-r, Kais- vr. l' ish:-r. lJI'4'lglllllI'l', Plmnmf-r. Run' II: llast. Nh-Guire-. Apple. Plum- mer, Fe-Pros. Jewf-ll, Row- Hasf-lbergv-r. Trail. Long: Bishop. G1-tts. Grannigor. Fred Hillegas GATE TO THE SUN Editing the senior class scrapbook this year is Carol Stimmel. Looking through the Cate to the Sun, the seniors may ob- serve all the bright works that demonstrate the ac- complishments ami honors lrvstowed upon them. The liook is edited under the supervision of Nliss Cer- artline Pritchard. . ' A- J I D 4 t .4 r t I" if' L, . 0 , 7 ' .-J out iiihtyttrfs voiCE ' To I-ricoiiraga the vnild 4 think aboyt the rewards of 4lz'IIY0GiiCy. Fort students voice their philo- sophies about the Ameri- cwn form of government in the "I Speak for Demo- cracy" contest. The author of the prize winning speech was Fred Ilillegas. Carol Stimmel SKYWARU HO! llonor it as bestowed upon Ilill Fteppe as he became the first outstanding athlete to win the ,lim Turner Memorial Award. Bill, a three letterman, has es- pecially excelled in football and traek and has performed with four ,I.V. basketball squads. Bill Steppe WRITTEN WITH A SUNBEAM nor Jones shows the or- iginality and finesse which her pen name, the Spark- ler. implies. Under the superyision of Bliss Ur-ra 'Q' ardine Pritchard. Eleanor " if reports tlit- higlilights of Fort Ilill to the rommu- nity. Eleanor .Iones SCRIIIES STAFF f Sefiteffz Rose Marie Barnes. editorg Carole Lillard. copy readerg Jackie Merrbach. adxisory council: Clara Nlae Clay, typistg Yiyian Smith. advisory council. Standing: Connie I-Iasf-lb:-rggt-r. art etlitorg Robert King, advisory council. llorothea Vlfilson. atlvisory council: -Xlice Fisher. photographer. 030' Q .,-is WRITTEN IN THE SKY Ilaying been written in the sky. the Scribes of '54 is edited to preserve some of the better literary works of the sen' ior elass. The staff voinpiled this book of original writings from material sub- mitted by the seniors. Nliss Gerardinf- Pritchard has charge of this actiyity. Written with the like- ness of a sunheam. 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Shaw, Row III: M. Dunlap. C. Mathews, P. Dent, R. Green. M. Miley, V. Plummer. Raw III: ,I. Raupach. C. VI'elsl1. J. Keeler, ,I Dunbar, G. Eskin, H. King. D. McCullough. CoNsT1TtiT1oN OF THE SUN Constituting laws of Fort Hill is the Stu- dent Council. This group plans the assem- blies, sponsors the May Queen and class elec- tions. This vear. under their direction, suc- i 'xg' 1,41 cessful 'dances were held after several foot- ' Xi I if I ball and basketball games. Mr. Joseph Pel- STUDENT coL'Nc1L OFFICERS - smug: w. schade, Iwi guides this VCU' active S'0'efninS bod? traffic, S. C. Twigg. social affairs: R. Green. secretary, P. Thompson, treasurer. Standing: C. Welch, industry. J. Raupach, president, Mr. Joseph Pellerzi. adviser. PLANETARY Jusrics Known as the ,Iunor Student Council, this group of students assists the school by helping to promote the sale of saving stamps, collecting lost books and conducting the Red Cross Drive. They work under the cap- able direction of Mr. Thomas Murphy. JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS - - Left to right: P. Schramm, vice presidentg D. Nield, attendance sec- retary, S. Weltman, president, R. Wilson. treasurer: B. Snyder corresffvnding secretary. JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL - Row I: F. Kaiser, SITHPSOH, R. Atkinson, R. Howdyshell, S. Brummer, B. llahn, Ault, G. Bennett, F. Nizen, M. Delozier, L. Hill, C. Martin. G. Settles, C. Iser, C. Shipway, B. Leatherman, P. Mitchell, P. Schramm, C. Atkinson, D. Nield, N. Shipway, B. Snyde ' Wcltman r, S. .I. Northcraft. II. Shelly. WI. Hillegas, B. Butts. D. R. Wilson. Row Il: D. Burns, N. Belt, D. Miller, L. D. Gillum, R. Holler, R. Doll. Row Ill: H. Christman, B. Thomas, G. Garlitz, D. Kurtchner. R. Shanholtzer, I' . NI. Cokelv. -56 -Af SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL - Row I: P. Weaver. Ballou. W. Schade. Row Il:V. Smith, IS. Adams. ,I. Pennel, Q.: OS 'Ogg sf .. .. V . Q' - ci iff' Rott' I: J. Stutzman. Nl. Bo Sunimers. J. Cranford. D. Grimm, E. Sieler. C. Neuman. B. Clark. J. Fisher. C. Moore. Rau' II: Mrs. Hughes. adviserg C. Horworth. C. Wal- ers, J. Crabtree. Y. Isner. J. Shipley. N. Stewart, D. Griffith. Y. Collins. R. Pfeiffer. J. Delorir-r. S. Riley. Row III: P. Heckert. S. Reuhl. K. Trezise, J. Young. D. Smith. K. Everett, P. Northcraft, C. Cage. Nl. Rhodes. M. Rloss. S. Boswell, J. Bnrchard, P. Liller. Row IV: D. Rey- nolds. R. Adams. R. Lewis. E. Hs-trick, V. Clites, S. Hixenbaugh. P. Van Meter, J. Yalentine, J. Burchard, M. Lille-r. Row V: R. Carter. P. Taschen- herg. A. Taylor. D. Dugan, B. Kersher. P. Boggs, L. O'Neal, D. YYagus, lf. Hardinger. Row VI: T. Morgan, C. Arbogast. A. Hiser, D. Robinette. S. C. Twigg. F. Adams. B. Berry, E. Apple. Wi. Morgan. M. L. Appel. C. Long. C. M. Clay. CELESTIAL WATCHERS Please mow OH Seen everyday in the cafeteria is a group of celestial watchers known as the Fort Hill Monitors. With the aid of the adviser, Mrs. Ada Hughes, the club is trying to improve the social, academic and moral standing of Fort Hill, stressing the school cafeteria. As a reward for their services a letter can be earned in the junior and senior year. LEADING LIGHTS Our Lshers are the Leading Lights at Fort Hill. The Tickets, please! girls were seen at all programs presented in the school audi- torium and at the Thanksgiving Day Game. They ushered for the movie "The Roben and the "Elks Minstrel." To niake extra money the cluh sold pins and Fort Hill stationery. They work under the direction of Mr. Arthur Davis. USHERS - Row I: N. Curry. N. Alderidge, D. Stunhaugh. P. Schram. J. Godlove. R. DeVore. M. Nlortzfelt. B. Rice, treasurer: B. Clark, E. Schaidt. Row II: J. Reed, J. De-Lozier, R. Pfeiffer, junior high head usherg B. Thomas v L. Kerns, N. Ballon, head usherg Y. Collins. P. Weaver, M. Castle. Rau' III: li. l"1'TgIlISllIl. S. Day. B. Reynolds. 5. Tliwaites, N. Mt'l.llckir-, J. Cralitrz-e, R Thomas, C. Re-ed. Row IV: D. Day, C. Cruhlr, L. O'Nf'al. V. O'Neal, K Casserly, N. Clark. L. Saville. Y. Plummer, S?f'fPf!ll'Q'j J. Pennel. Row V: D. Struckman. E. Johnson, V. Rowland, J. Shipley. P. Dent. R. Hawkins. J. Dean. Mr. Arthur Davis. adfiser. 1 fi STAR SISTERS As the stars work together to brighten the world, the girls in the Alpha Chapter of the Tri-Hi-Y co- operate to enlighten the spirits of the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Their social event is the Sweetheart Dance on Valentines Day. ln Sep- tember, officers of the club are sent to the Hi-Y camp to learn the Rituals of the Hi-Y Clubs. This group of girls is sponsored by Mrs. Carolyn Dunlap. ALPHA TRl-lll-Y W Kneeling: B. Ferguson, W. Schade, M. Boggs. hoslessg S. Riley, J. Pennel. Row I: V. Smith. F. Reckley, D. Martz, rice president, C. Meister, tice president: ll. McKee. president, J. Nee, treasurerg C. M. Clay, R. lfyler. Row II:C. Baum, M. Thrasher, V. Plummer. N. Clark. D. Wilson. historiang E. Apple, 170519555 M- A- l0hrlSOI1- R010 H12 A. Fisher, M. Miley, C. Johnson, A. Matheny. L. Kipe. J. Rurchard. C. Long. Row IV: lf. Jones. M. Baldwin. hostess: C. Lillard, seeretaryg J. Weber, chaplain: FI. Johnson. K. Cass:-rly. J. Shipley, M. Moses. 9. Lynch. Food for the nee-dy. Shoe Shine Cirl BETA TRI-lll-Y - Row I: B. Weaver, M. E. Wheeler, M. Dailey. B. Thuss. rim' president, R. Marker, president, P. Wea- ver, serretary: P. Brinkman. A. Lepley. D Lewis. S. Morris. Row ll: D. Rowley. B. Rice, L. Twigg, B. Deahl. M. Koche. L. Grahame, M. Castle, 5. llixenbaugh, S. Kais- er. Mrs. Allamong, mlriser. Row III: R. A. S0lIflt'I'5. D. Northcraft. lf. Fintlley. P. North craft. E. Herrick, P. Taschenberg, M. Haf- PT, .l. Bramble. STAR SISTERS As all heavenly bodies display their brilliance at night, the girls in the Beta Tri-Hi-Y display their service to the school and community. Under the direction of Mrs. Hannah Allamong, this group sponsored a party for needy children in co-opera- tion with the Salvation Army. They also held a mother-daughter banquet in the spring. 4: CT JR. TRI-HI.Y -- Kneelingg S. Reuschel, historian: V. Lillard. treasurer: P. Harper. chaplain: C. Garlitz. vice president: J. Garlitz. president. Row I: G. Collins. D. Griffith. J. Fisher. B. Baker. J. Brady. P. Nickel. C. Campbell. P. Davis. J. Kelly. Row II: J. Wilson. S. Hendrickson, Y. Collins. C. Matthews, B. Deetz, N. Showman. 5. Day, J. Chidester. Row lil: J. Kopaneck, N. Aldridge. B. Broadstock. E. Proudfoot, C. Parker, S. lireighner. Row IV: D. Struckman. Miss Robertson. adviser: V. Roland. Nl. Dunlap. L. Kr-rns. Nliss Teter, adviser. A SATELLITE As the satellite revolves around its planet, the Jr. Tri-Hi-Y re- volves aro-und the work of the Alpha and Beta clubs. Under the leadership of Miss Ozella Robert- son and Miss Naomi Teter, this or- ganization is a success in all of its Q projects. One of the many is co- sponsoring the Sophomore Hop. By collecting food baskets for the , 4 needy families in Cumberland, P I these girls brighten the lives of X the less fortunate. HI-Y OFFICERS - Seated Left to right: J. Duffy, historian: R. Dyer. member- ship committee rhairrrzrlng D. xlt'l'l2il'l3ll1l. rizapfairz: R. lirant. presidentg C. Welch. rice president: G. Weber. treasurer: ll. Lynn. sergeant-at-arnzs: F. Kenny. Sfffflllfyl Standing: Nlr. John McYicker. adviser. BOYS' lil-Y -- Row I: B. Jones. ll. Lynn. lf. Athey. F. Kenny, R. Dyer. D. Parker. Row 11: B. AyerS. C- Welch. M Cunningham. R. Bittner. J. Dickinson. D. Nh-Farland. chaplaing G. Eskin. Row lil: B. Coleman, C. Weber, treasurer M. Wilson. Row IV: B. Brant. president: Nlr. John NIcVickr-r. flfilfwerg B. Resser. .l. llllffyk hiSf0fiHf1- URSA MAJOR m 4 This constellation, better known to ' ' all Fort Hillians as the Hi-Y, has Mr. John McYicker as its adviser. A project undertaken by the boys was selling fruit drops to aid in the pur- chase of a television set for the Y.M.C.A. Besides managing the sale of Turkey Day programs. the Hi-Y HX also sponsored the annual faculty wif: "wx I basketball game. ' , .. 'K itlil '11 1111 III, J .1 lt ii l Hen! .xr Nl 1 1 Xxtdtlf Xldt nw 1n1 r cl r tr l' kt N Twz11t1 rlpp rt OIL 1 11 1 1 Olxlllliflxlf 1 11r1 1 l 511 FNT I 'NIXPRNI 6 1l1 tl11 t111 1 nts Stt IIN' 1 11fY1 t11r1 1 s1rn11 1 ax Olddble no1Qe 111 the C0r1 1clor of Fort Hlll N11 fcrtrude Rantlx and 'Vlr Noann Bennett kc 12-p or r 111 tlllS l6'Itt l1IllXtISf" t 6 1 rars W 1tl1 the '1 Q1 tanto 0 t11 llbrarx Club the l1lwrar1a11Q are a e to 16 Carcli cl1Qtr1lw11te books ancl alcl tuclf'ntQ 1n tlns llf'Ill world of lm nk 5 f IW! lrf51tfll I-411 Q4 Sllff Url Pll Ntunple 1 an 11 1111 b rrx Bram 1 6 XP 1 1l1 1 on 'N C lark L Nln nw LIBRARIANS 1 Q Ran1'l1 Lbrarmn Xlr Bennett 1 szstanl lzbmruzn Q0 fl JR HIH ou I K Woo Niatwnrx R011 II F Down T Ros R Shan holtu r lt 1n the boo V age L. Brooks. Smnrlingz C. Frost. R. Knippenberg. J. Caldwell. B. Nlcfiall. A STAR CAMERA Under the supervision of Mr. Paul Perdew, the members of the projection crew are able to ex- tend their services to the school by showing movies in classrooms and assembly programs. This group is composed of students working continuously to main- tain interest in photography. LWNIVERSAL BUILDERS As the sky is set with stars at night. the Fort Hill stage is set by a group of boys known as the stage crew. l'nder the capable direction of Mr. Lee Alexander Mr. Lawrence Strem, the boys see that all stage properties are in or- der, check lights and repair any damaged equipment. The boys arrange stage settings for all Fort Hill and Community productions. Nr A 1 .EY R PROJECTION CREW - Standing: S. Trigonopolis. H. Z iffli. Stall. , W ings, D. White, I. Heller, E. Berry, C. Bible. , VJ' f ' i J 1 I .rj I 'ff , XIINIFOCR.-XPH CREW' Left to righl: B. Alvaro, C. Campbell. R. King, l ff Ji' -V ,, R, iimifon. N. Bamharr. ,lf Wgf L l f . V ' . My 1 A lil ' ' .' '71 Af!! . . fa ' ' 1 ' l X Qxf Q 'X fl, fi, , I tl' ,.f , j LNIVERSAL PRINTERS Mimeographing programs and examinations, typing and cutting stencils are the jobs of Fort Hill's universal printers, the mimeo- graph crew. Along with the daily job of mimeographing the absen- tee sheet, these students are kept busy continuously. Their work is done efficiently and on time with Mr. Robert Price advising them. T... 'G 'HCP xi-y in gl S s REID? f-1 on 53:65 :J nk 34, K '- X' Ccfzznzfefmry HARVEY S JEWELRY STORE Drsfrlbuiors of FGRT HILL CLASS RINGS 71 TAXI Be t W1 hes t the Class 0 54 P e 1 A M JACK GROCERY Pho e 1603 g alul z 'I304V gnaA en e THE CLASS OF 1954 Landls Typewrlter Company II5 F ede ck St eel' SYCKES MUSIC STORE 22 North Ce fest ee' Y u R y I Sta da d nd Potable Typ t Deal or Ove Tw nty Y am Phone 6289 Ph e 00 94 I I s 's 0 f ' hon : 7 . , . n : Con r a lons to ir i i v u Cumberland - Maryland O O I r ri r nl, ,. 0 r 0 a n r a r ewri er er f r e e on : 19 CARL C SHATZER MEATS AND GROCERIES Wholesale and Retail Phone 545 412 417 Maryland Avenue Look Toward the Future W zth the Same Good Judgment You Use When You Buy At B U RTC N S Our M a.scot 95 . . 1' , ' ' V i I ll A. '.! .H I I .V I ' , sl A Q I ' . M e Q rp I , . ,4 I I. 4 .1 J -"rf -1 'R' fi Left to Rzgh' Pvt John Raupach Clasa of 54 Pvt Rlchard Slteb Class of 05 Pvt W1ll1an1Stall111D5 Clas of 34 Pvt Kelly Bloll Clam: of 55 Capt John D Hensell Cmdg lat Lt Wllllam E Shuck Cmdg Hqa 81 Hqs Company Company C lst Battallon 115th Infantry Maryland NHIIOUHI Guard You Invest In You Proht From The National Guard KEEP YOUR GUARD UP ' V V ' -X A 4 Q ,, . , S .. N K.. ,. t. - C if G I x C s. f " . . 5 X L , - ' 1 F3 . , - 'Y' H an rv , C 7 .1 f ,.-a-up-."""' ' - ,Ik I u .. J Cr, G ' 4 , , C N' .W f,-- v ,C , I ' f 5 ' l ' I 4 C ' yffvwf' w ' . Ne'-2 ,. C ,ylffs is - -' foam? . t +3423-.', A ' , f ,afi.i.. . W W' F :.n....,. X D ,Q ' e I ' 'an 1 C "7 ' X1 15 , 5. , V. ak , 1 ' C L " ' J, 4 A ' I .....-.- , Q . QA 4 Q' 11, - A kt f iii. g .b ' . 1 5 .. ,ff ,. b Q , 1 V K J 8. 1 1 , ,-' ' , - ', , x , A, H , . I . , . ' n ' 5' At- C ' of M75 5 'lst we ' ry .C w ' . - A , n. A - f . . v , ' 7 . ' ' 1 . M . , , K , . , ,Fi c . .1 . 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' I I , I I o , I , L o o o o I o o o o O - o Q o o H E DOUGLASS ' ' COYLE BRQS M g' - ' Samtary Market I 2Jl2.Nl lk lrgunn: 've DELICATESSEN PRODUCTS h my Phone 1734 Y Y 1 896 32 QUEEN STREET CUMBERLAND MARYLAND THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLANING MILL COMPANY Q O Wholesale Meat Dzstrzbutor I , C Bl Bonnet ar arlne Flelschmann s Yeast Comp ete line of 0 Q Q P one: ' our Community Lumber ard Since W I Hank s Pharmacy Maryland Avenue at central Cumberland Cloak and Sult All Doctors Prescrzptzons Fzlled Here store FREE DELIVERY Baltimore Street Phone 5300 Ka plon s Young Mens Shop Good Goods Come In Lzttle Packages The S T Lrttle Jewelry Co CLOTHES REGISTERED JEWELERS Amerlcan Gem SOC1Cty Balhmore Street RLIHL STUDIO S FINE CAMERA PQRTRAITS 98 I I I 1,4 'M TIMELY -9 I 'I'l5 ' r THE CUMBERLAND TIMES NEWS COROC The Double Breasted Chicken Better fuzczer Meat Phone 1101 J Harcelrode Poultry 'IS Decatur Street Future home buzlders Drtftmg and Dreammg Workzng hard for , . - 1 .Q 1 'gtg . ., - 451 S . 41 'C ft f R . . 2? 99 Congratulations to THE CLASS OF 1954 TWIGG S GROCERY 111 North Centre Street Open Evenmgs and Sundays Phone 3068 LINDYS BARBER SHOP 205 Baltnmore Street For That Speczal FORT HILL Hazr Cut Congratulatlons to the Class of 541 CONLON AGENCY 62 Pershmg Street We Wrue E vers F orrn o Insurance Protectzon A zrlzne Steamshzp Ra: Tours COCHRAN PAINTS Made Better Lasts Longer Sweene Pamt 81 Supply 301 Baltlmore Avenue Cumberland Maryland FARMER S DAIRY Pasteurzzed Mzlk Cream and Dazry Products Walnut Place Between Paca 8- Beall Streets Lurtls Cox Manager Phone 311312 Merchant s Wholesale Grocery Company of Cumberland, Inc 143 Unlon Street Phone 1200 Dzstrzbutors o TEEN QUEEN COFFEE GOLDEN ISLE FRUITS JUICES I IBBY S FAMOUS FOODS OREO BRAND FLOUR I , . u X ! . l f ' . n . it a l ll it . Phone: 6768 Phone: 6651 1 1 100 Date .ff 1934 Flll 111 the blanks w1th y0lll F1 lends AUt0g1HphS The glrl that s1t HCIOSS fl om me 1 Her name IS 7 7 Qhe was always dlessed e a 4 kv 4 boy 1a hall h1oad 5ll0L1ldCIS and made the glrls glrl was a11d all of the boys went 1.x1ld over her alr f homeroom teacher Someday I want to be a The dance of our Class IS e '-'uf' I The A Student of ou1 class lb fl f My extra speclal lb Our favorlte hangout fOl our sodas IS Best of luck flom , 1 fm the many years ahead SOUTH CUMBERLAND CANDY KITCHEN Owned and Operaied by PAUL O FOLTZ Compliments Ben Wzshes rom the O lcers and Delegates Te CHANEY Baltimore and Ohlo TRANSPORTATION Local Federation No. 7 COMPANY IOI fr 1 , ,4 -I . . N . 1 I . .".f.:..u..'.I.f.l.,N . - I ' 's ' ' 'sa,.C,f.-4..1--..,'...fi..4.... ..TfCf..f ...1 L - -1 lik .1f..f'.'ff' .. fic' 4 pfff. 1 -1 1 - . .s.,!,"f', ,I .' . - A . f D ,-' .... 1 'L . 9014. e-.'.'sf1, Y- ' ' ' ' ,ll'. 'V' 'f - f- - A -of-'-'4'-'1 1- jf- -'-A-fu -f. .,,., football star .,f,.-1.L,.,.'.4',. -.f.'.,,.:n' ...... , -, , ' ..flaf'.'!x.44-.--54.2 ..... .. I - 1 --Q , .v ...A ' ' ."?f..f.V...4.1 '.'ffr',+.n. ,, ,I ' - - - ' 1l-a,,X,.f1.'.4f,4f.r ' 1 .'4l'f1.',fL-4.,,J3"l.l,!",'."'...,sf'?f. ' w . 1 of - ' f ff' - h of O I -tl Beauty ueens ASTOR CAB COMPANY Best Wtshes rom Phone 505 Hammersmith s Restaurant Congmmhmons to THE CLASS OF 1954 COWPZIWUUS C ongratulatzons to THE CLASS OF 54 THE BEN FRANKLIN sronz CUT RATE SHOE Western Marylands Fzrst Sel Serve 165 Boltumore Street 5 81 10 102 CAKE BOX SHOWMAN S We Speclalzze ln Weddmo and Decorated Cakes Bread 328 Reservoir Avenue Rout and ples Phone 3359 Edward F Chnebell Prop 33 North Centre Street Commerczal Re rzgeratzon Azr Condmonzng Cumberland Maryland Phone 63137 Cant Beat Em For Flavor Local Repreaentatwe R C SHORTY MARKER 522 WILLIAMS STREET CUMBERLAND MARYLAND Phone 0275 103 I . U I 9 1 ' . I , . 4 9 9 ll ll 0 0 I HINERS MARKET PIBICBS Cul' Rdfe Sl'0l'6 Meats Poultry Vegetables M agazmes Newspapers Kodak F zlms F zrst Aul Needs Kleenex Ice Cream F ruzts Crocerles So t Drznks H7 v"9'n'a Avenue Fnrst Street ond Vlrguma Avenue O Donnell Insurance Agency FRED C CRABTREE 1 EI Complete Service 38 der sheet 117 Llberfy Street iweats Grocenes Phone 4913 For Cemetery Memorials o dzstmctzon ee ELECTRIC COMPANY KITZMILLER MEMORIALS Come' of Frederick ond George Streets Vurgmno and Second Street Cumbefland M0'Y'U"d Phone 379 GENERAL ELECTRIC APPIIANCES Over 47 Years Experzence Means Your Satzs actwn 104 U I I I onds - Fire - Auto - Life - Hospital . S Compllments 0 your ARMSTRONG DISTRIBUTORS Congfafulfmons 'O 'he Fellx Half 81 Brothers, Inc CLASS OF 54 R L SCHUBERT B,a,,C,, Mme, BEIGI-rroL s GRQCERY C W DAVIDSON Re resentatwe LJ COLLINS G M C TRUCK COMPANY C M C Truck and School Buses Case Tractors and Farm Tlachmery New Holland Hay Handlmg and Forage Machznery ROUTE 40 EAST CUMBERLAND MARYLAND Phone 8221 O 0 s o . . I R' P I I 1 E 1 i .Y I ' , 'J 1 L . 'P ' , I f R ! I A .f 2 Y 4, V 9 K O I I A X f ' GC ,D GG !, J' ' GC 9, ' ' 1 i 1 I 5 New York Shoe Rebullders Pat y Idom Prop Work Done Whzle You Walt Comphments Perrln s Grocery 501 Baltimore Avenue Cumberland Optlclans Al Tosh Owner 8 Greene Street Cumberland Maryland Phone 0264 Special One Hour Service Mary s Dry Cleaners Call 2571 Get The Best Get SEALTEST 6 S ' ', . of - A . . . I Opposite Y. M. C. A., Cumberland c I G r STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Frostburg Maryland A rlendly college and one that lzolzls an enz lable record ln the state zn the preparation o tearlzers Llllldll C Compton President Call FIOSIIJIJIC 296 f0l flllthfil 1IlfOlIT1dt1OI'l Compliments STACEY S MARKET M A R T I N S 51 North Centre Street Baltimore Street 5-4 I07 I . . f I 1 1 sos 4 1 on 4 4 . iz, of I 1 TT COLLINS STUDEBAKER GARAGE SALES AND SERVICE Phone 1542 75 Henderson Avenue For Plumbzng Call Z df L! Frank J Davls ,IP Regzstered Master Plumbzng H eatzng Cas Converszons Cas F Lttzng Cumberland 294 613 MARYLAND AVENUE Keystone Shoe Store Inc 'I69 Baltimore Street Cumberland Maryland McCORMIC GROCERY 138 Monroe Street Fresh Meats Produce Groceries Phone 5527 Auto Truck Tractor Service Paint and Body Work SHAW S GARAGE 344 Dorn Avenue Phone 4374M A ter the Games Vzszt SHAW S CAFE 'l'l03 Oldtown Road Phone 4280 I I , ,A ' 1 ,P-5 ' xv I . I IJ Furnace Cleaning -- Sewer Cleaning I o a 9 jf ' ' I I 108 Cumberland Automoblle Dealers Assoclatlon EILER CHEVROLET INC Chevrolet FRANTZ OLDSMOBILE CO Oldsmobzle POTOMAC MOTORS INC Chrysler Plymouth SPOERL S GARAGE Cadzllac Pontzac WOODY GURLEY S Dodge Plymouth M G K MOTOR CO Nash THOMPSON BUICK CORP Buick ST GEORGE MOTOR CO Ford For Better Used Cars See Your New Car Assocmtzon Dealer' Christopher s Photo Lab Wholesalers 732 OLDTOWN ROAD 4' I 'il-8.1 jg There s a Dealer In Your N ezghborhooal or BETTER PHOTO FINISHING BY CHRISTOPHER When U nexpectel Guests Arrwe Remember the CUMBERLAND MOTEL I . O I , . , . . I . . s . . ls.. u ' I ' I cwmvorutl 'WTO Us I , ' I l N ' A K X , ..w.f,.4,.i?t. I , f ' f G6 . S9 I ' 1 BALTIMORE PIKE We Get Our Vzm From LIBERTY MILK' LIBERTY MILK COMPANY 5TH 8. RACE STREETS CUMBERLAND MARYLAND Phone 1068 Macozercoze spozzrs EQUIPMENT SOUTH END MARKET The Wllson Hardware CQI11 pq ny Meats Crocerzes Produce 414 Vlrglnla Avenue 30 North Mechanic Street Cumberland Maryland Outfitters To Champzom Phone 739 IIO H. K. Poling, Proprietor phB 3 h f d THE JOHN I VANDERGRIFT C0 General Contractors Cumberland Maryland CROSLEY Burkeys Appluance Center Phone 2130 150 North Centre Street Cumberland Maryland Branch Store Mudland Maryland Schwennlnger s Hardware 303 Vlrgmla Avenue Electrzc and Plwmbzng Supplzes Hardware Paznts and Class Ben Kamens GC01g6 Klme It Pays 70 Cross Town To Kllne Furnlture Company 405 Vlrglnla Avenue Cumberland Maryland Complzments Burke s Restaurant SISK S Gulf Service Station Cars Washed I reased Polished 'l60'l Bedford Street F mzsfued products WCUM li 'ei JOHNNY S SERVICE Johnj Teeta Proprzetor Hy Burger Restaurant 6 mules west of Cumberland Maryland U eats Crocerzes Ice Cream on Route 40 Caaolzne Products ROUTE 4 Mexlco Farms Owner! and Upemterz' by Chfuleb and Dorothy Lee CCIICVI6 Hn-4 ,aqui :ws WNV ,4 Keep zt Straz lzt Fill lt up' BROWNE S STORE 430 432 Wllllcms Street A01 mf! hw! S"'1f"' for ilu 1111951 III Dlx ffeanzng Drapes and fzzlllztula fowrs Rugs and Lpllolstery Cleanmg KINGS TACKLE SHOP 243 Vlrglnla Avenue Cal' 3248 C""'be"""d M"'Y""'d South End Cleaners and Dyers Phone 09.38 214 Vlrglnia Avenue H4 , M 7 'Uh Y . I A Q. A "f, '-Q 7' A . ,Q ,-H5 qv-Q.:-f-..+ . 2 A I ' . 4 , 1 1 , 9 M ' 1.-1 Rf g , i ' ' k , V . .1 I . ., ,ff 4 K ' 1 ' .- , ,Q ff I .,, ,J, , N 1 . V. 1 H, ' , X 1- , K 2' . K . .. . NK A, 'N .. Q , . . , , , , 0' U . I I 1 I 1 1 R' J - -I x . .. . . , , . . , , . . . . S, ou: KELLY TIRE SERVICE 'I19 South Mechanic Street Cumberland Maryland Phone 300 Cumberlanrla Own Tire and Battery J Headquarters M 71' 1 Greene I un umq 1 i X ff! osenbaum A Tr State Instztutzon Since 1848 115 f , sr ' - 0 1 tif 1 1 stan, - I T L 'I ,!'f! f ffziesgf If 11.7 ff ' ,IL I. . .' I 121-5 "X-4 ,K r ', 'J' f ,, 'ff . ,P sf A ,f , ' E S1- AQ' X-:,,,+.f N Y' V i V. 1 J KI? Vi! bl? I I ' 1. ,I I , V! ,' R fj If ,j!b., ff-,ff LLC ff? IJ' ,I . jf .fi ff! 9 ' . I 'lf lj' fl A :Ill .T I if I j, XI. I QL H 'M PX ' f jf ! . f "fl gx J A'--it , Qf' 1 V h X" A," I ' l , if 'E' ' r ff. K., I, f,ff'f, ,WI M i- ' ' .' , Courses m all phases o Beauty Culture Trl State School Ot Beauty Culture 'II4 VIRGINIA AVENUE CUMBERLAND MARYLAND Phone 2246 Posztzons Available or Craduates Newcomers Jewelry Store When you buy a uatch but tt rom a uatchmaker Formerls of the Hamxlton W atch Compam 215 Vlrgmla Avenue Trultt Drug Company W K Edssald H C Splker Thzs Pharmacy zs your Fortress of Health Cumberland Maryland Phone 364 The Llght and Decker Company Internatzonal Motor Trucks Farmall Tractors I1cCornucl Farm Equzpmerzt 1llf6l'lIHf10IIl11 Re rzgerators ana' Free e 315 South Centre Street Phone 5600 Broadwater s Restaurant 81 Amoco Servlce Route 2 BCIIIIITIOIC Plke Phone 6090 Cumberland Maryland Pratts Confectionery And Grocery 251 WILLIAMS STREET Phone 2006 R Candy lllagazmes School Supplzes MEA TS OF ILL KINDS II6 s I f In V, .I .S V K .. In I JQHN' NFYICOMER J K Milrginli Avenue W ..A 1 I l if I L A Z rs 5 I . Q I . 0 : I . Cornplzments For the F znest Place to Eat ln Cumberland try the R PA AMOUNT RADIO STAR RESTAURANT Sales and Service Wilson 81 Blubaugh Esso Service Buck s Restaurant 81 Motel Tzres Batteries Groceries Route 40 Balhmore Pike 5 mules East on Raltrmore Prke Phone 275W1 Phone 4565 Time or a snack 117 Of 0 0 I l' I ? ' ' I I A - Fi In 8 :J A H+ E -f - V J JT ! .J X V 7 , ' f Headquarters or Cradaalzon Cz ts Comphmems N atzonally Famous Watches Dlamonds Sllverware RICHARDSON S E w E L R v s T o R Ol IALTIMORE ST ml Cumberland Welding 81 Supply Company QUALITY LUNCH Electrlc 81 Acetylene Weldlng 81 Cuttmg 102 WIHSOW Sffeef All Food Cooked Dazly Cumberland Maryland Phone 4714 S C Twlgg Preparzng for the prom 118 f ' 'f of K . - . , , n I 01 Corner of Park and Harrison Streets J ' Maikke!-'-rg H lllr Q-are A ,A 5 t SINGER SEWING CENTER Everything for the Lady Who Sews F ahrlc McCall Patterns and Greatest Selec tlon of Zlppers Buttons and Trlms ln Cumberland Sewmg Machme and Vacuum Cleaner Repair Statzon or this Area Congratulations from your RED ROSE AND PURINA FEED DEALER The Farmers Feed 81 Supply Company Harrlson and George Streets Cumberland Maryland Schwarzenbach s 83 YEARS OF SERVICE to the MEN AND YOUNG MEN CUMBERLAND H9 1 D of . f . Ferguson Tractors and Farm 'Vlachznery Sales and bervzce KIGHT S GARAGE Route 2 Balhmore Puke Cumberland Maryland Phone 3075 Congratalalzons to THE SENIOR CLASS from Nenghborhood Market Congratulatlons to THE CLASS OF 4 Mr 8. Mrs E W Campbell Clean Lumpy Coal Phone 5053 W When lou thznk o Furnzture Pzanos Carpets and Electrzcafflpplzances Thznk o MILLENSON S 3'l7 Vlrglnla Avenue 35 model xoome of fu1n1tu1e Free Parklng MALONES TEXACO SERVICE 1200 Vlrglnla Avenue Lubrlcatlons Repairs Phone 3177 R Complz nents T e 7 UP BOTTLING COMPANY CARL EICHNER S When your house gets old Call YOUNG S We speczalzze Ln Roo mg and Szdmg 'No Donn Pay ment 36 months to pay Route 3 Bedford Road 120 I 95 's ,f I Cumberland - Maryland I 'I . . . of ' h ' I I ' ' 5 Keechs Cut Rate Store W heatacol a al Wheatamm Products 43 V g a Aven e Phone 1686 HAST SERVICE STATION Bedfo d Road Merten s Phone 6507 VANDEGRIFT S MUSIC SHOP as san mo e Sf eet be Q Maryland Plone 3230 Best Wzshes to the CLASS AND FACULTY OF PAT UMSTOT MERRITT S GROCERY STORE 'I9'I Tho as St eet Phone 3046 H E SMITH GROCERY A complete lzne 0 MEA TS CROCERIES PRODUCE 735 Oldtawn Road Phone 2164 GARLITZ BROTHERS Fu st Sf eet a d Grand Avenue I Compliments Of It n ' ir ini u r I I i r r Plumbing and Heating Cum rl nd - 1 : I ,54 m r ' f - - . 'r r n IZI an 17-f ornphments I 6f Complete Lzne 0 Home Dressed Meats RUSSLER SOUND SERVICE 432 Vurgmua Avenue 'l10'l Vlrgmla Avenue Phone 4865 Flee Dellvery Phone 3231 We buy and sell used but not abused cars GULICK S AUTO EXCHANGE Corner of South Center and Wnlhams REYNOLDS CIGAR STORE 17 South Centre Street Cumberland Maryland Phone 1444 THE HOUT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY EXCAVATING coNTRAcToRs Grading Draznage F oundatzons lllachznery M ovmg Shovels Bulldozers Dump Trucks Azr Compressors We Are Equipped To Do The fob Low Boy Trazler For Heavy Haulzng MONROE STREET Cumberland' 6278 Nights, Sunday and Holidays Cumberland . 2324 W 122 1 my tv' KJAAYH- !Y' ffl . .sq 'IJ' . 'f Cf if ,,,,wj,t' THE uzwls MARKET av , f , The gang s all here IQQBLI wid REDDY KILOWATT POWER A ter Graduatzon Put Reddy Kzlowatt to work for you Electrzczty Worlm and Works Cheaply ln the home at your busmess on the arm THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY 123 7 7 - x x 1 4 is .1 u ta - .Q 9 W ""'f' S - Jimi!! Y g ,Uv v J ' ldf 'TY' I I ' 9 WUIZL7 P10 Rf' Comnlzments DAVIS CAMERA SHOP Complzmenls X CUMBERLAND LINCOLN MERCURY g 828 North Mechanlc Street ALLEGANY FEED AND GRAIN Knox Street Ilmone 2I99 lu! lln lrmn S1111 I mflen and PP! Supplzes MOVING PAIRING CORING VERSE FLUSHING Millers Radlator 81 Welding Servlce A c 8. Acetylene Weld g All Wo k Guo onteed 205 Henderson Ave Cumberland Md For Tops In Entertaznment Vzszt the Crystal Drive-In Theatre L,OIlgliLl1IEiI1Ollb to the Cldmm of 04 Ward N. Hauger Jewelry Company 'I6 North Centre Street Phone 4378 I24 .. - . , X A u ' ' 1 1 s - s " 5 f Q -4 'R 3 L1 ' - - I ' ' . , Q '. 4 . . K f X X I , X , '. J . I I X S A Y, I , I .X 1 N Q I I 13' x ' ' X I X x K X ,N . 0 Z f '. ,. N ,,,.,..,, LWM,.,..,, M, I Q , Q --MMM of X ' -' E I I X . I I NX ! of - I 1 I . s 4' .. - L I . L . I Q 1 o Q J . . 'H xx.. r in - r r , . I I . i ,- .i , . . l 310 South Mechanuc Street QUEEN CITY DAIRY INC Cumberland Maryland Our Peppy funzor Hugh Cheerleaders Drmk Queen City Mzlk ROYAL CROWN COLA Nehr Bottlmg Company Sprungdale Street JOSEPH T SIRNA Comrnerczal Re rzgeratzon Service Phone 1398W Cumberland Maryland SUPER 40 DRIVE IN Post Offrce Box 1087 Cumberland Maryland Phone 344-8 I o U N' I I O I I 125 A garter or Gregg G T R BUS LINE 'IO North George Street Phone 2044 Dazly Servzce between OLDTOWN CELANESE CUMBERLAND I 1' y I n W g J, 1 1 , -. r' ' V' 1 Q ,- -, x I! ,'Z'ZUen.S'M-GBA u t' W f I IC E C R EA M uallty and Service Smce l878 Eat W our wheatzes Cumberland Transll- Lmes For your elm SPFLICP charter a coach for Partzes Uutzngs and Trips 1600 Ford Avenue Cumbelland D923 1, - MQ' if if I K' f 'yi , "1 I I1 1 y JL A Il I 51 I e,S're'Is 1'-' 9 - f . . . UQ . . . ,, 126 8 Mrs Leonard Adams 81 Mrs George Alexander 81 Mrs Pendleton Arbogast 81 Mrs Clyde Babst 81 Mrs Wllham Balrd 81 Mrs Wllllam Baldwm N L Barger 81 Mrs M R Bames 81 Mrs J W Beery Beta Trl H1 Y Mlss Norma Blshop 81 Mrs Vlrgll Blshop 81 Mrs Norman W Boyer 81 Mrs Sanford Brake r 8 Mrs Herbert Bramble 81 Mrs Chester Brant Joan Brexghner Mr 81 Mrs Leslxe Brmkman Patrlcla Brmkman Mrs J W Brotemarkle Mr 81 Mrs Paul Burley Mary M Calemme Mr 8. Mrs James E Casserly Mrs Elxzabeth W Clark Dr 81 Mrs Albert C Cook Mr 81 Mrs Paul W Cook Mr 81 Mrs Lloyd Cornwell Kathleen R Cumbee PA TR ONS Mrs Hamllton 81 Eva Mr 81 Mrs Robert L Hardman The Harmonalres of 54 Roy Hartell Mr 81 Mrs Frank Hausman Rev 81 Mrs H E Heckert rs James E Hlcks Mrs Mrs Mrs 81 Mrs Mrs Mrs rs r N rs r Nrs George Hmds Elmer W Holler F Horwath John Horwarth Stanley Horwath R E Howard Harry Hughes Charles W lzzett Harmon R ones J Julia W Jackson Mrs Wxlllam Kaldor Mr John W Keller Mr 81 Mrs Wesley J Klpe Klme Photo Sewlce Mr 81 Mrs Edgar Kolb Mr 81 Mrs Kenneth Koser Mary B Lexdy Llbrary Club Mr 81 Mrs Harry Llllard Mr 81 Mrs Guy Lxller Mr 81 Mrs Kenneth Long Mr 81 Mrs Delbert Proudfoot Gary Pyles Mr 81 Mrs Lester Rames Rev 81 Mrs C S Reckley Barbara Reuschel Mr 81 Mrs Edgar Reynolds Mr 81 Mrs Otls Rlggleman Mxss Patrxcla Robb Mr 81 Mrs Mr 81 Mrs Mr 81 Mrs Mrs Helen Rowe Melva Jean Roye John W Robbosson Kenneth Robmette Leo Rowan Sr Mr 81 Mrs Mr 81 Mrs Herbert Sarver Louls Wllllam Saylor Mr 81 Mrs Ernest Schandt Mr 81 Mrs Foster L Sechnst Donald Sheetz Evelyn Sheetz Mr 81 Mrs R P Shtreman Shxrley and Gene Mr 81 Mrs John L Shoup Mr 81 Mrs Merle Shumaker Ada Slmpkms 81 Mrs Joseph Skelly 8. Mrs Garland Somerlatt 81 Mrs W H Stallings Mr 81 Mrs Howard Cunnmgham Mr 81 Mrs L W Cunningham Mr Wllllam Cunmngham Mrs Guy E Davls Mr 81 Mrs James W Day Mr 81 Mrs Francls Dlckel Mr 81 Mrs E R Downs Mrs Elma Duer Rev 81 Mrs Fredehggk Eckert gr 8 M Eshe rs A C Eskln Mr 81 Mrs Howard Fisher Mr 81 Mrs Lee C Fisher Mlss Yvonne Forbeck Compllments of the Fort Hull Mrs Loulse E Frazler Comphments of a Frxend Ruth Fuller Gxrl Ba ketball Team Fmrls Volleyball Team Mr 8 Mrs Carl A Gnffth Players Mr 81 Mrs Earl E Manges Raymond Mattmgly Mr 81 Mrs Howard McCarty Mrs Grace McCuster Mabel S Mlley Mr 81 Mrs John Mllkowskl Mr 81 Mrs Ed Mlller Mr 81 Mrs J H Mlller Mrs Vada Montlely Dr J L Murray D C Mr 81 Mrs Lloyd E Norns Mr 81 Mrs C E OBaker Mrs Effle C Parsons Clara A Petenbrmk Mrs Katheryn Plummer Dr 81 Mrs Robert K Polmg Kenneth Prentxce Mr 81 Mrs Robert Pnce Mnss Prxtchald s Home Room 125 r Gra I' I' I' Robert Statler 81 Mrs Vlrgll Stemple 81 Mrs George Sttmmel ce Swauson Sykes Style Sho, Mrs rs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Clarence R Thompson Eugene D Weber Francts Webster George F Weltman John Wheeler Frank White Harry F Whxte Wllllson Mrs Leda Mr 81 Mrs Charles E Mr 81 Mrs Fern E Wilson Kltty and Sxm Wxlson Dolan Wolford Mr 81 Mrs L L Wrxght Marshall Wnllxson Wilson Mr 81 Mrs John Yeager H G RQEBUCK and SON PRINTERS o LITHOGRAPHERS 2140 Assqunth Street Boltumore Maryland Phone HO pkms 7 6700 PRODUCERS OF YOUR YEARBOOK I 127 Mr. . . 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