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

 - Class of 1955

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These include opening morning exercises, discipline cases and many other tasks. Checking attendance is just one of the many routine jobs of Mr. john McVieker, vice-principal. ii-I 'H VI fr n ., Discussing student's records with parents is one of Mr. Victor D. Heisey's many responsibilities. The Sea Captain Nlr. Victor U. Heisey, captain ofthe "Good Ship, Adventure," has taken on many duties as master of the great ship. During the day he handles innumer- ahle details, meets many interesting people, and makes decisions upon points of policy. His helpful- ness and understanding have endeared him to the hearts of all students. . v ' ' N- Mr. VVtmer g Ut1itl:tnt'e Director ' Our Compass As a compass guides a ship on the right course, Our Compass, Rlr. Ralph YVimer, guides many students in the right direction. He helps the uncertain choose the right course as the winds may blow them freely toward their life's vocation. N Y- ilfsf ,. gs . -jgfifizf Mrs. Lorraine Often Assistant Secretary 014-X' Kitty and Lorrztine are checking ticket returns for the Thztttksgivittg Day Gatrne. S. 0. S. CSecretarics of Schooll Although S. U. S. signifies a ship in distress, the S. O. S. of Fort llill is the secretaries of our school. Handling school finances and supplying information are a few of the many johs of lllrs. Kitty lVilson and Rlrs. Lorraine Often. Mrs. Kathryn VVilson Secretary 4 an Miss Alden-ton Mr. Alexander Mrs.Allam0I1g ff"Il'I' Wr1r1ifSl1r1fl Commf'r4'ia1illlzzflzfrnrltiu' Nl l'. llnor Sui iul Stiliiirf .l-. Nliw lioughton l:'f1y11i,vf1 Miw Bowen lfrwlislz 8 KOH Nlrs. Bennett Englidi Mr, liiglei' f:l'IIl'l'1llSt'll'!I1' Mrs. Allamong assists N, Nealis, P. Boggs, A. Faye, M. Brown, N. Rowe, Crawford, P. Uircks and NT. Rice with a difhclllt problem in a business math class. Throughout the PATHS Speech students, admiring posters advertising Uilramercx' Ghost," are R. Robinson, J. Randall, C. Findlay, M. DeLuca, F. KCIIIIQQ D. VVilgm1, M. Ritter and G. Iiskin Miss llI'4llt'lI11lI'lil' lfnyflh li Mr. liiirchnrii iNliss Bnrrzill Miss Calemine Mr. Cavanaugh l.'l1rmi.flry .AIM Ellyliffl Pl1y.viralEJm'a!ion l E' IC. Brown, S. Day, B, Fisher, S. Athey, D, Burns are having a panel linglish Class. UI our LIVES . journalism class receives instructions on headlin and J- bnrver. 3 AE., M rs. Dunlap English discussion in an e writing from B. Baker ! i 5 Miss Chase Englixh Miss Cumbee Ifnglish v- E i ow 5 X - " L A 5 ' Q six 1N1r. Davis xl I yl'lIl'!l X S-mu M rs. Dunn Rmiling n In lnJn.fl1'ial :Iris .I-CIUJ M f 'Q gc nu 'Q fi r m ' fx .V I . R In driver education class R. Hedrick is changing a tire, while L. Evans, Pnrsenios, D. Sisk and Mr. Mcilaughey smile their approval. We are DIRECTED . Mr, Ft'l'f.IllSllll I1I'lI'IL'ilIfl Mr. lingle Y lxyrllnluyy XVorking in the machine shop are F. Smith, R. Alt, C. Hnyslip, G. Nycum, R. Kirchner, I.. Lintner, WV. Garland, G. Mitchem, D. Datri, and Mr. Hinds, instructor. "wi W-1 fr' Miss Ford lirolzornn.r X his Ln. 'Mix Fritl E Mr. Ui 1' Mr. Hahn Mr. Hanson I,fI'l'fl' lfijllfilflfill .illlfllflllllfitlf 111-j,'5il'lllEdIll'Illi0fI l'o4'11l,'lI11Jir Has! runumz rf v , rv , x 0 K , Mr. Iliggins r'114'i11lSll1ifirJ Testing for hydrogen in chemistry are D. Feller, S. Davis, M. Sarver, Mrs. Hilton S01'H1lSfllt1il'.S' y the FAEULTY. r U. 5. History stmirnts, B. Brant and P. Herring, watch ns P. Nickel locates Niivhignn OH Il lllllp. Mr. Hinds fllarllinz' Shop Mr. Huvntter 'L W Carr ' . Y I . Miss ilndson Mrs. Hughes hiiss Kraus Mr. Lzivrnnn N112 Leeson llnmr l1'ra11ur11if'.f llvyrlzologfy Lafin Gfnrral Svirr1f'r Phyxiu 1 5 . ,ff ff Q' fat Miss Martin Miss McC11llcy Mr. Mcilaiighey Mr. McMillion Iw1rs.MewsI llomf' Erruzomiuv Sofia! Sludirx Drifvz'r.f Edufalion Typing Hlzzllifmzll, ,AML 152 Mr rris If rr if D 1 of-f-img " 'Num-9...-l iff... Q 1 M13 '7" H f 3, ' 6 ' Q , ix 5 K s - W ' ' , -a-.f I ., 1.1-H , ,xl IEE. It .,'v Aj' t t Mr, Murphy ulrl I.,- 0luaa.i,i. , .U -,,. ik: M Baking a cake in home economics are S. Monnett, L. Evans, S. Stafford ai y their EUNTINUUUS . 5 Miss Myers U. S. llislury I? D. Roche busily paints a map for world history in an art class. i'5"""' id A. Sarhs. 0 Mr. Pelle rz Gfnrral Srirn l Mr.APc1'llew Mr. Perry Mr. Price Miss Pritvharcl M r. Reed llmlngy illfiifzrrnzxlivs Boolekrfping Iilzglixh Biology T l 5 ii l ,l l X 4 Q . 3 . al i K X . lx .x. M rs. Resser Pllyxifal Iiiiilmlio: -f. . A Nk ' y xl K " . P. Corbin S, Noel, D. Northcraft, D. VVhite, I. Nelson, S, Harvey, R. Mahaney, and i - 5 ll, XVilson, avt ont ll scene from Shakespeare-'s play, "Hamlet." ' R Guidance and LEADERSHIP . h Mr. Ritchie Shorthand lixperimenting with weights in physics class are C. Hnlligan, B. Bishop, R. Coleman and 13. Anderson. xv ' Miss Rice Busznfxs Surmc Miss Robertson Ilomz' El'0f1077Ill'J ' A S-J Mrs. Schleifman Mr- Shaffer 1l1,1fl,,-mafjfj In.vlrumf'ntaI llliuir -.....,,X M. Cunningham and E, Proudfoot explain a graph to an algebra class. ii M Wil? look FORWARD . X. Manges, Siehler, Rirchie, Taylor, VVaite, B. VVagner, Shanski, Browne, Gross, Knuntv, Adams, Muir, VVhite, Kenny, Crnme, Barnhart, Liller, Rohinette perform the hunny hop in physical education. Mrs. Shohe .Vnlhrmniifs Mr. Shumaker Spanislz Miss Smith Mrs. Snyder Mr. Strem Miss Teter MYFS- Williams Enylixli Physical Eduvalion I11d11.vtrial:1rlJ Rfading I 'N'f'11V"f'f I., M1'.VVillinms S01'iIIlSflIdiI'5 X RUSS Vvillison I:'ng1li.f I1 Q- M rs. XXWITICI' Szarfnl Sllnfiw' 4? V. . A .s "L V V. .W GRM 'UN L49 - 5 rc- , . V . '- 'ilu 5' , .5 -1. 1. . NY Cflfff l.'ll.rlu.fi Caislrnlian Staff: Rona' l.' Miss Rayivmiiri, Miss Summers, Mrs. Brinker, iW1's. Ritchie. Rofw ll.' Mr. Bohn, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Currier, Mr.Ri1er. Eatataria and Custodian Staffs fx it is ti 4 J, s . xhn? Rune lx XV. Iaickarii, F. Leasure, D. Imes, A. Reed, R. Kenny, A. Lance and F. Crowe. Roi-w II: B. Leasure, S. Crites, R. Perdew, R. Miller, K. Imes, J. Eden, J. Moore, K. Miller, R. Barnes, J. Markely, XV. Bergiloil, Ii. llaiiei' and M. johnson. Cafeteria Staff: Mrs. Gi'iH'in, Mrs. Cage, Mrs. Smythe, Miss Laing, Mrs. VVeaver, Mrs. Legge, manager, Mrs. Steel, Nirs. Hale and Miss lirmie. H z M rs. l.c-gge f,vllff'fl'lAiIl .Harm Ae 3 A W' M ,i Aj , W ff? ,W ,,,g ---X ,. f:-wifi -Q' -' ' 1.4.7777 - - A J ...,.. 'Y-Z" ' V -n-. M L1 iff' 4 5 W, - -' 411- 3 I T www! i .. 5-v ---. I .WM wa K5: .QF-V '57, ' c -.V-. .....- tx ,,...,- 3 WWWMYN . . . - ,- "q,' 3.-.j:'.: Q - -- ,gg-....m::4 -' V-f,'.,- N., .. :J-.-.,,.. ,......,.......,. .,,. 'SER ' p -.1-c:rf.l""""'-"F MY: T: fs, 'i' iff:-1-Zlziv' 'T Y K V-2--A-wa. '---:"' ,. - -if?-"'-:1-IQ.-f :A V2-W --1-il. .A ,, .,,:,:-wif-. .....,.,....-x -1r""' ,. A fff- -'- f-: '-- , , - .. .fl fg:-., ' 124, ...., - M, Wh, 'S 4 an-.ea-4 -H,-H. , F r .w,..-r -Y gi V . fi Q-L, - 4' ,x ' ' x-'-5 Q , ml, E,- -FF..i' Stars HJ Steer H llarizzg f1fX':'r111f'n! to flzf higlzfzvt mast, the .vfniors 11010 infizzmzcef tin' course of the Il 11rff'1'r'ff1,v,s'111 H1 . 1-1 vi N XXX N Guiding the senior class in Rnfw I are Norma VVallace, secretary5 Donna Northcraft, vice-president5 and Barbara VVeaver, treasurer. Rofw II includes George Eskin, presi- dent5 Miss Kathleen Cumbee, adviser5 and Mr. Carl Ritchie, financial adviser. Valiant Mates Another school year ends, but to us, the tnen bers of the senior class, it has been a memorabl one. Having selected the white rose and i' colors, blue and silver, the class began i' activities. In the annual play tournament we presente the dramatic play "I'he Valiant." The "I Spea for Democracyu contest was won by one of or class mates. "No Klore Homework," our cla play, and our Senior Farewell Assembly addt to our calendar of activities. " one can do more than he who does his best" G. Iiskin President George Castelle Eskin Academic Senior Class President5 Town Meeting President 35 Student Council, vice-president25 Hi- Y 2, 35 Thespians 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Snztinrl 3, 45 Players 4. Outstanding . . . mannerly . . . to attend johns Hopkins University. D. Northcraft Vice-president Donna Kay Northcraft Academic Glee Club 1, 35 Class Secre- tary 25 Class Vice-President 45 Mikado 35 Farewell As- sembly 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Sfntinfl 3, 45 Hospital At- tendant 3, 4. Sparkling personality . . . many friends . . . future nurse. it N. Wallace Secretary Norma Lee Wallace Academic Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 2, 35 Monitors 1, 2, 35 Players 35 Glee Club 25 Hospital Room 43 Farewell Assembly 35 Volleyball 25 Class Secretary 3, 4. Many friends . . . plans to be a nurse . . . nice person- ality. B. Weaver Treasurer Barbara Ann Weaver Commercial Majorette 1, 2, 3, 45 jr Town Meeting 3, 45 Fare well Assembly 35 Cashier 3 45 Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4. "Cute" . . . neat dresser . . likable. F. Adams E. Alexander C. Alt Donald Richard Anderson Academic Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Farewell Assembly 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. Liked by all . . . plans to be a doctor. John Edward Andrews General Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Preseident 2, Maryland Choir 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, All- County Choir 2, 3, 4. Neat personality . . . "jack" . . . plans to be Il success. Robert Charles Andrews General Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Wonderful personality . . . "Oak" . . . friends with everyone. Ina Rae Appel Commercial Monitors Club 3, 43 Junior Town Meeting 3, 4. Pleasing smile . . . cute . . . well liked. Mary Louise Appel Academic Glee Club 1, 2: A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Student Council 25 May Day 3, 4, Library Club 4, Monitor 3, 4, Latin Club 3. "Weezy" . . . flashing smile . . . likes to sing. Edwin Robert Aronhalt Commercial Band 2, 3, 4. Nice to all . . . playing in the band. James Eugene Auvil Academic Great help to all his class mates . . . engineering. Richard Daniel Abe General Monitor 4. Wonderful guy . . . likes girls . . . air force bound. David Willison Abernathy Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Mikado 3, All-county Band. Reads books . . . college bound . . . mechanical engineer. Frances Ann Adams Commercial Basketball lg Volleyball 1. Pleasing personality . . . real crazy . . . marriage. Richard Edwin Alderton Vocational Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1. Liked by all . . . Sports minded. Eugene R. Alexander Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Town Meeting 3, 4. Quiet . . . friendly . , . "Uey." Charles Maynard Alt General Quiet. . . friendly. Gilbert Bruce Alt General Army bound . . . collects money. G. Alt D. Anderson J. Andrews R. Andrews I. Appel M, Appel E. Aronhalr Auvil N' Ballvl' M' Bealkb' R. Beckman li. Bendtl' E. Bergdoll Bierman Barbara Lee Bishop Academic Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Sabre 2, Health Room 3, 4, junior Town Meeting 2, 3, 4, Mikado 3. Pretty smile . . . neat , . . plans to be a nurse. Franklin Delano Bishop General A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2. Nice personality . . . plans to enter ministry. Jon Allan Bittner General Art 2, 4, Junior Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Well liked . . . sense of humor . . . considerate. Alice Julia Blacklin Commercial Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Farewell Assembly 3, Junior Town Meeting. Cute . . . nice . . . always laughing. . , future?? Mary Elizabeth Bloss Commercial Monitor 2, Student Director 4, Library 1. Nice personality . . . to work and get married. Timothy Allen Bonner Commercial Band 3, 4, Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2. "Tim" . , . swell personality . . . loads of fun. James I. Boone Commercial Farewell Assembly 3, Bowling League 4. Kind perxdnality . " A. Bishop B. Bishop lg? Norma Jeanne Ballou Academic Sabrz' 2, 3, Co-editor 4, Sentinrl 3, 4, Ushers 1, 2, Head Usher 3, 4, Farewell Assembly 3, Student Council 3, Glee Club 1. Sparkling personality . . . very dependable . . neat. Mary Joann Bealky Academic Glee Club 2, Library Club 3, Monitors 2, 3, 4. Pleasing personality . . . makes friends easily . . .college bound. Robert Thomas Beckman Academic Hi-Y 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Farewell Assembly 3, Players 3. Pleasing personality . . . likes to talk . . . plans to attend college. Donald Joseph Bender Academic Junior Town Meeting 3. Neat . . . always smiling . . , plans to enter medical college. Elmer E. Bergdoll General Quiet . . . friendly. Janice Juanita Bierman General Band 3, 4, County Choir 3, Choir 2, 3. Personality plus . . . lots of friends . , . cute. Abner L. Bishop General Quiet . . . friendly . . . mechanic minded. F. Bishop J. Bittner A. Blacklin M. Bl0SS T, Bonner Boone 4 . ' N4 . J . Q Y ll ,ily , 4 I A . lei' do , X -1 , . dx - , X, X ,gt J , v, V cl V. N- YK ll i 1' i NK ... -iwalw l l ,.,....... ,.......1..... ,f S. Boswell I. Bramble J. Bramblel 1 A. Breighner A. Breighner P. Brinkman Sandra Lee Brown Academic Othce Attendant 33 Mikado 35 Players Auxiliary 2: Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Farewell Assembly 3, Sabre 2, 3, Activities Editor 4. Sweet 2 . . "Sandy" . , . ambition, to be a nurse. James Luther Burcaw General Nice guy . . . very quiet. June Patricia Bush Commercial Players 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Thespians 43 Fare- well Assembly 3g Basketball 3, 4. Pert senior . . . pleasing personality . . . plans to be a secretary. Estella Camille Cage Commercial Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4: Health Room 2, 3. Pleasing personality . . . likable . . . pretty hair. John G. Caldwell Vocational Stage Crew 2, 3. Swell guy . . . interest, airplanes . . . neat. Norma Margaret Carpenter Commerciaf Student Council lg Town Meeting 33 Glee Club 1, 4, Library Club 4. Friendly personality . . . friends with everyone. Margaret Eleanor Castle Commercial Ushers 1, 2, Glee Club l, 2, A Cappella Choir 2, Student Council 3, Secretary of Traflic 45 Sfntinel 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Farewell Assem- bly 3. Petite . . .-easy going . . . secretary. ' V ' - l I . 1 I tx r t ' 1 V . AL ',.1 jf f f fittf mf it km 7 N xx Bi all N r I,-X QI 1 1 I I 1 R. Brown S. Brown Wf! Shirley Ann Boswell Commercial Monitors 2, 3, Student Director 4. Pleasant personality . . . plans to get a job and get married. Imogene Bramble Commercial Mimeograph Room 4. Quiet. . . sweet personality . . . liked by all. Judith Elizabeth Bramble Commercial Student Council 43 Glee Club 1, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Farewell Assembly 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Sabre 4. Outstanding smile . . . liked by all . . . college bound. Alma Eileen Breighner Commercial Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Sabre 23 Farewell Assembly 35 Glee Club lg Jr. Town Meeting 4. Nice personality . . . conscientious worker . . . cute kid. Arthur Fraice Breighner Vocational Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, jr. Town Meet- ing 2, 3, 4. Good looking , . . interested in girls . . . winning smile. Patricia Ann Brinkman Academic Sabre 2, 3, Co'editor 4, National Honor Society 3, Vice-President 4, Student Council 3, 43 Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, Ushers 1, Scribes 4, Jr. Town Meeting 4. Pleasing personality . . . nscientious worker ...cute kid. , If Richard Broprn l A' General Nicekid.J 'I 1 L , lf' ff 'iv , 'ii iff, Ali A f ff f J- ' J! J- Burcaw J. Bush E. Cage J. Caldwell N. Carpenter M. Castle Virginia Ellen Chaney Commercial Basketball 1, Volleyball, Sabre 2, 3, 4. Winning personality . . . considerate . . . secretary. Barbara Jean Chilcotte General Student Council 2, Jr. Town Meeting 2. College bound . . . nice. ll V- CMUCY B. Chilcotte D. Christopher K David Lawson Christopher Commercial Band 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, Track 1, M. Clark V. Clites R. Coleman Photographl' 3' Qfilw " 'e Patricia Ann Corbin General Basketball 1, 2, Volleyball 1, 2, Jr. Town Meet- ing 2, 4. Nice personality. . .good dancer . . . neat. Delores Ann Cordry Commercial Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Intelligent . . . quiet . . . future . . . secretary. Rosemary Veronica Corley Commercial Projection Crew, Glee Club, Basketball 1, Volleyball 1. Friendly personality . . . join the service. George Lawrence Crass General Basketball, Baseball. F.B.l. agent . . . likable lad. Shirley Patricia Crites Academic Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, jr. Town Meeting 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Fare- well Assembly 3, Music Festival 3, Scribes 4. Sweet personality . , . business school . . . likable. Samuel Michael Cunningham Academic Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Players 3, 4, Thes- pians 4, May Day 3, 4, jr. Farewell Assembly. Nice . . . college bound . . . dreams. Mary Carolyn Dailey Academic Sabre 2, Thespians 3, 4, Players 3, 4, Charleyir Aunt 3, Play Tournament 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Sentinel 3, 4, Farewell Assembly 3. Sweet, understanding gal . . . cute smile , . . college bound. T. Combs P. Corbin "Dave" . . . swell personality . . . ambitious. Malcla Larene Clark General Library Club 2, 3. Quiet personality . . . future . . . Air Force. Veronica Maxine Clites Commercial Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cashier 3, 4, May Day 3, Farewell Assembly 3, jr. Town Meeting 2. Nice personality . . . peppy majorette . . . secretary. Robert Coleman Academic Band 1,2, 3, 4. Friendly . . . sense of humor. Tex C. Combs General Navy bound . . . nice. D- C0fdl'Y R. Corley G. Crass S. Crites M. Cunningham M. Dailey Robert George Darr General Amiable . . . pleasant personality. Mary D'Atri Commercial Very nice... shy... easy going. Paul Davis General Very nice . . . quiet. Barbara Ann Deahl Academic Glee Club 3, 4, Sentinel 3, 43 Health Room Attendant 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, jr. Farewell Assembly 3. Pleasant personality . . . quiet. . . a future nurse. James Franklin Decker, Jr. Commercial Farewell Assembly 3, Social Room Attendant 3. Many friends . . . swell personality . . . future marriage. Mary Frances DeLuca Academic Majorette 1, 2, 3, Head Majorette 4, May Day 1, 33 Players 3, 4, Thespians 3, 43 Monitor 2, 3, 43 jr. Town Meeting 2, Farewell Assembly 3. Known as "Poochie" , . . personality plus . . . George Thomas DeVore General Art Department. Nice personality . . . interest in Marine Corps. af R. Darr M. D'Atri P. Davis , m 5 B. Deahl J. Decker M. DeLuca G. Devore E. Dillon J. Duffy D. Dugan E. Durbin B. Durrett ' B. Eaton P. Eaton Edward Claude Dillon Academic Farewell Assembly 3, jr. Town Meeting 3, 4. Easy going. . . witty . . . liked by all. James Walton Duffy Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, S1-ntinfl 4: Farewell Assembly 3, May Day 2, 3, 4, All-County Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Liked by all. . . easy to understand . . . neat. Dellann Dugan Commercial Bowling I, 2, 4, Monitor 1, 2, 4. Always smiling . . . Dale . . . nurse. Ellen Louise Durbin Commercial A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Winning personality . . . plans to be a secretary. Bruce Lee Durrett Commercial Nice personality . . . has many friends . . . likes to fish. Laura Gene Eaton Commercial Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 43 Sabre 2: Dancing Club lg Glee Club lg Student Council 1. "Betty" . . . pleasant personality . . . swell dancer. Paul Arnold Eaton Vocational Witty . . . interest-girls . . . liked by all. , lt: if 3 ll' Y C. Evans L. Evans R, Evans S. Evans P. Files C. Findlay Gary Frost General Quiet . . . Friendly. Mary Elizabeth Galliher Commercial Photography 3. Nice personality . . , many friends . . . marriage hound. Norma Jean Gehauf General Farewell Assembly 3. Friendly . . . likable . . . quite. Foster Clarence George Commercial Mimeograph Crew 4. Intelligent. . . liked by all . . . baseball. Robert Eugene Gero General "Bob" . . . nice kid . . . lots of fun . . . friendly. Louise Bradley Grahame Academic Photography Club 15 Basketball 25 Auxiliary 25 Players 35 Secretary 45 Thespians 3, 45 Fare- well Assembly 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Play Tourna- ment 4. Neat. . . swell personality . . . college bound. Rita June Green Commercial Sentinel 3, 45 Feature Editor 45 Glee Club 1, 25 A Cappella Choir 25 Ushers 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Student Council Secretary 3, Public Relations Officer 4. Likes roller skating . . . secretary ...liked by all. U- M. Galliher N. Gehauf Charlotte Arbutus Evans Genera Easy to get along with . . . quiet . . . personable, Laura Lee Evans Genera Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 45 Farewell Assembly 3: Library 1. Bashful . . . likes people . . . nice. Regina Marion Evans Cemmercia Sweet . . . secretary . . . likes movies. Shirley Darlene Evans GCMYH Sparkling personality . . . friends with everyone . . . sweet disposition. Patricia Louise Files Cemmercia Well liked by all. Carolyn O. Findlay Academi- A Cappella 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Milmdt 35 Auxiliary 25 Thespians 4. Friendly . . . quiet. Norma Free DCU! Nice. - 1 wiflfl M5 ' v , . L.. ., A 1 , 1 F. George B. Gero L. Grahame R. Green Bernard William Green General Sincere . . . swell friend. Carl Daniel Grifhth General Band 3, 4. Likable lad . . . to enter the service. Margaret Elizabeth Hafer Academic Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volley- W. C D. G -Hi h M. H fer ball 1 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 3, 45 Jr. Town Meeting 'teen n t a 35 Sttident Council 4, National Honor Society 3, , 45 Pl T 2. J. Haines C. Halligan C. Hamilton ay Oumamem Richard Harbaugh General Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4. jovial . . . to enter the service. Ruth Ann Hardinger Commercial Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Fare- well Assembly 3. Pretty eyes . . . telephone operator. Yvonne Ruth Harper Commercial Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. Loads of friends . . . wants to be a success. Robert W. Harris Academic Projection Crew 1. Likes cars . . . friendly. . . canine lover. Donald Hartell Vocational Crazy . . . jovial Shirley Harvey General Glee Club 3g Sabre 45 Health Room 3, 4, Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Pretty eyes . . . pleasant personality. Ronald Dayton Hedrick General Football 3, 4. Agreeable . . . future uncertain. College bound . . . cheerful . . . personality plus. Jarrett Eugene Haines Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Easy to understand . . . witty . . . likes to loaf. Charles Bradley Halligan Academic Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Choir 3, 4, "Mikado" 3. Very nice.. . always smiling. Christine Pearl Hamilton General Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Pleasant smile . . . friends with all. Jon Thomas Hann Academic Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4. Tall . . . quiet . . . likes sports. L3,v'l!T,w W J. Hann R. Harbaugh R. Hardinger Y. Harper R. Harris D. Hartell S. Harvey R. Hedrick R. Hendershot Y' as' G Hrett -in J: I P .,s , ,- fs: S. Hixenbaugh G Hiett I a....e0, ,gawu Q 4-o .13 1,441.4 x ffkfvfdgxd, 0 n ,Ci ' , ' . , Patricia Louise Huffman Commercial GL Tumbling Club 1, 2, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y lg Players 2, Farewell Assembly 3, Student Council 23 Glee Club 1, 2. Neat . . . pert . . . pleasing personality , . . college. Henry Winfield Hull General Nice. . .likes sports... Air Force. Richard Royce Imes Commercial Ushers 13 Wild Life Club 1, Farewell Assembly 3 5 Sabre 4, Mimeograph Crew 4. Nice personality . . . well liked . . . future plans are to go inthe Air Force. Doloris Jean Imler General jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Easy to get along with . . . interest-music. Harold Lee Jacobs Academic Projection Crew. Nice personality . . . well liked . . . future plans are to go in the grocery business. Willard Leon Johnson General Track 1. Nice . . . quiet. Robert Harman Jones Academic Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Jr. Town Meeting 43 Thespians 3, 4, Players 3, 4, Farewell Assembly 3 9 Play Tournament 2. Witty . . . interest in geology . . . wants to be a success. C. Hornbrook P. Huffman Ralph Otis Hendershot Vocational Nice . . . quiet lad . . . liked by all. Eleanor Parks Hetrick Academic Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Monitor 2, 3, 4, Health Room Attendent 2, Players, Treasurer 4, Farewell Assembly 3. Pert . . . ambitious . . . nursing. George Hiett General Nice. . .drives a motor bike. Geraldine Catherine Hiett Academic Library 2, 3, President 43 Dancing Club lg Mixed Chorus. Nice smile . . . friendly . . . pleasing personality. Patricia Ann Himes Academic Easy going . . . lots of friends . . . Marines. Shirley Ann Hixenhaugh Commercial A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Ofhce Attendant 3, 4, Cashier 3, 4, Milzadop Farewell Assembly 3. Peppy cheerleader . . . cute . . . liked by all . . . secretary. n Academic , olley l , ,4gPlayers smile . . . ,sf 'lf - xv' IJ- Q. . 5 J ll, J ll' H. Hull R. Imes D. Imler H. Jacobs W. Johnson B. Jones Margaret Suzanne Kaiser Commercial Players 3, 4, Thespians 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Football Queen 4, Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, May Day 3. "Susie" . . . pretty queen . . . liked by all. Kenneth Eugene Keller General Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 2. Neat senior . . . swell personality . . . built neat. Fern Eugene Kenney Academic Student Council 1, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Players 3, 4, Srntinrl 4. Easy to get along with . . . swell personality. Ronald Eugene Kidwell Commercial Nice personality. . . plans to join the Navy. John Harman Kiiffner Academic Student Council, Glee Club. Friendly . . .jazz fan . . . well liked . . . shy. Constance Maxine Kline Academic A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Fare- well Assembly 3, "Mikado" 3. "Connie" . . . beautiful red hair , . . swell personality. Dorcil Wesley Kline Commercial Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball. Navy bound . . . past time-eating. . . handsome. 5 I S. Kaiser +I K. Keller F. Kenny R. Kidwell J. Kiiffner C, Kling I I D. Kline R. Kline . X, . g , WI. :rx Xx - ' 'I I Pl. xx 1 llx IN R Q K A Rv u 1 I, x V l Y M. Kock G. Lalferty . J. Landis R. Lannon A. Lantz N. Larrick K Robert Edward Kline General Friendly . . . well liked by all. Elizabeth Melissa Koch Commercial Library I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Farewell Assembly 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. Friendly. . . sweet smile . . . secretary. Glen Thomas Lafferty General Friendly . . . nice . . . future sailor. Gerald William Landis Academic Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Handsome . . .sports minded . . . well liked. Richard Howard Lannon General Wild Life Club 1. Easy going . . . friends with everyone . . . interested in U. S. Marine Air Force. Anna Lee Lantz General Mixed Chorus 1, Pep Club 4, Farewell Assembly 3, jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Nice personality . . . cute . . . plans nursing. Norma Geraldine Larrick Commercial Student Council 2, Bowling Club 2, Jr. Town Meeting 3, Glee Club 4, Library Club 4. Neat . . . personality plus . . . lots of friends . . . plans college. l . i P Iassiter P Lechliter A Lepley D Lewis R Lewis M Liller 1 ,,.i,f-- Y .61 , AFA, ,, . r 4 C Ay Mp '7' Y. ,4f 17, T,?-7 Phillip Walter Lassiter General Football 1, 2. "Phil" . . .easy going. . .liked by all. Phillip Ray Lechliter General Nice boy.. . interested in hunting. Audrey Kathleen Lepley Commercial Dramatic Club 11 Sabrf 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Farewell Assembly 33 Cheerleader 1, 2, 43 jr. Town Meeting 43 Ofiice 4. Sweet person . . . neat . . . liked by all. Donna Lee Lewis Commercial Majorette 1, Z, 3, 43 May Queen Attendant l, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 May Day 3. Swell personality. . . neat . , . future, "Glenn," Ronald Carroll Lewis General Choir 2, Baseball 3, 4. "Ronnie" . . . sense of humor . . . plans to be a state cop. Mary Frances Liller Academic Band 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Monitor 3, 4. Real sweet . . . bright eyes . . .to be a typist. Suzanne Lindeman Academic Glee Club 1, 23 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 All- Maryland Chorus 3g Choir Librarian 3, -lg Student Council 1, 3, May Day 2, 3, 4, Oflice 3, 4. Sparkling smile . . . little . . . personality plus ... nursing. .78-ff . f ' f , V f X65 S.'fCi5'55man X 'I' ff 'IIC f.f7,.1?. 4' X s 4 C' f 1 -fr 'C f A -fL.4..fff-'4 , cw T. Llewellyn 4, Thomas Franklin Llewellyn Apetiamie '-'T ' ' A "1 ":"'4 Salzrr 2. 3, PhotograPby Editor 45 Srnfinrl ff Photographer 4. Friends with everyone . . . nice looking. JoAnn Logue 4 General Friendly , . , pleasant. Joseph Theodore Logue General Bowling League 2, 3, 4. Friends with all . . . to enter the service. Dolores Geraldine Long General Swell girl . . . easy to get :ting with. Wayne Leroy Long! Academic Baseball 2, 3, 4. To attend johns Hopkins . . . pleasing person- ality. Ruth Evelyn Luck Commercial Glee Club 2, Student Council 2. "Ruthie" . . . good dancer . . .to attend college. .loan Louise Luttrell Academic Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Sexettte 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi'Y 4, "Mikado" 33 Student Council 4. Personality plus . . . music lover . . . to be a te ac h e r. XCNWN, v 33: QQ-OJEKXQ-p 1-, t 9 5 "' 541 . . ' 'W be , -J-'V' be ffl Nixs"xSQ 05 n ,, J. Logue 1. Logue G. Long VV. Long' R. Luck J. Llliifel 4.1.4 Okey Lee Mackereth General jr. Town Meeting 2, 3. Fun loving. . . "crazy." James Bernard Madary General Projection Crew 2, 3, 4. "jim" . . . swell personality. Ralph Edward Mahaney General O. Mackereth J. Madary R. Mahaney F00fb3ll 2? A CHPPCN21 Clwif 2. 3, 49 Players 3. 4, Thespians 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Play C. Malcomb R. Marker J. Markley Tournament 4. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Sfn1infl4, Farewell Assembly 3, Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Interested in golf . . . keen personality . . . always smiling. Carlton Franklin Malcomb General Lots of friends . . . liked by all. Rita Louise Marker Academic Thespians 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Play Tourna- ments 2, Assistant Director 4, Clmrleykr Aunt 3, Gramercy Ghost, Student Director 4, Sabre 2, 3, Business Manager, Srnlincl 3, Associate Editor 4. Fun loving . . . dependable , . . pretty smile . . . nurses training. Junetta5Mae Markley Commercial r Cafeteria Stat? 1, 2, 3, 4, Library 1. .X ' V, Friendly . . . easy to get along with . . . well f e-4 liked...shy. YZL Paul Edward Mattingly Commercial 1. g4 , 2 1 'C G' ' k sam staff 3, sports Editor 4. L ki . If Swell personality . . . lots of fun . . . plans to K V """3f ' f be a soldier. 7 , L. 'lf 'lu J. ATV' i"' 41- 1 . T I ,KY sea ' f ,ff f fi ff' ' I P. Mattingly ' C' ' N f 1 11 'l""tf', M H. McBride - f " - ff Hazel Margaret McBride Commercial ,I Q ,f,,.f'Q! 'M' A Happy and gay . . . to be a secretary . . . T 1, .1 4-.2 interest-football games. 3 jfhl- ' Z f Norma Louise McClelland Commercial X E O s k X I A Cute . . . nice personality . . . fun to be with. Thomas Edward McConnell Academic Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Nice . . . lots of friends . . . easy to get along with. Donald Stanley McCullough Friendly . . . happy and gay . . . easy to get along with. General Margaret Loretta McCullough General jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Real cute . . . sweet . . . to be -Iack's wife. General Georgia Jean McGee Student Council 2, 3, jr. Town Meeting 3, Cheering Club 1, Glee Club 1. Pleasing personality . . . well liked . . . neat dresser. Janet Lee McKenny Commercial Student Council 3, jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4, Sabre 3 Personable . . . fine person . . . liked by all. wi , lt if We N- MCClCll3f1d T. McConnell D. McCullough McCullough G. McGee J. McKenny llll l c .ll kill N. McLuckie R. Mears S. Mechem G. Meeks Merrill E. Metz fr A V .J Norma Jean McLuckie Academic Library Club l, 25 Tri-Hi'Y5 Photography Club 35 Farewell Assembly 35 Ushers 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4. Considering college . . . neat blonde . . . intelli- gent . . . quiet. Ronald Thomas Mears Academic Hi-Y 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 jr. Town Meeting 3, 45 Farewell Assembly 35 National Honor Society 3, 4. Pleasing personality . . . college bound . . . interest, jazz records. Shirley Mechem Commercial Quiet... pleasing personality . . . liked by all. Gwendolyn Ruth Meeks Commercial Sentinel 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Ushers 15 Farewell Assembly 35 Players Auxiliary 2. Pleasing personality . . . interest, dancing. John Devon Merrill General Football 2. Friendly personality . . . interest, baseball. Carl Edmund Metz Commercial ' 5 Q Swell personality . . . easy to get along with. , 5 ii 5' James Lamar Miller 1 General ,jx lx Quiet. . . nice personality. .MN W ' . 1 V h 1 1 I ' JY, Q 1 t ' L. Miner Mp, H . V. Miller ' Virginia Ethel Miller General ' Nice personality . . . no future plans. , I Wanda Lee Morgan Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Monitors 1, 2, 3, 45 Ushers 2, 3, 45 Book Room Manager 45 May Day 35 Choir 2, 3, 4. Sarah Louise Morris Commercial Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Farewell Assembly 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Neat. . . liked by all . . . ambition-secretary. Wayne Oscar Murray Vocational Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Tall. . . swell guy . . . friendly. Barbara Patricia Myers Commercial Players 3, 45 Glee Club I, 3, 45 Farewell Assem- bly 35 Sextette 45 Thespians 4. Pleasing personality . . .college bound. Franklin William Myers General Glee Club 15 Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Liked by all. Barbara Lee Nelson Commercial Library Club 2, 3, 45 Cashier 2, 35 Office Assistant. Likeable . , . quiet. L W. Morgan S. Morris W. Murray B. Myers VV. Myers B. Nelson J Inez Mae Nelson General Nice Personality . . . neat . . . airline hostess. Carol Ann Newman Academic Monitor 1, 2, 3, 43 Farewell Assembly 33 Ollice Assistant 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1. Sweet personality . . . many friends . . . Bill. K Samuel Lee Noel General Likable . . . plans to meet a nice girl. Patricia Ann Northcraft Commercial A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Monitor 3, 43 Mikadof Farewell Assembly 3. Sweet. . . secretary . . . friendly Carol Ellen O'Donnell Academic Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mikado 33 Sabre 2, 3. 43 Ushers 13 Scribes 43 Auxiliary 23 Library Club 13 jr. Town Meeting 3. Personality plus . . , neat dresser . . . college bound. Loretta Mae O'Neal Commercial Monitors 1, 2, 3, 43 Ushers 3, 43 Mimeograph Crew 43 Bookroom 4. Pleasant . . . plans on secretarial work . . . cute. James William Padfield Commercial Wonderful personality . . . Navy bound . . . "Buddy" 31.313525 , M 1 My Vg' jf fl!! L.Parks ll 'WJ kmfifr if F I. Nelson Newman S P. N0l'fllCf3ff C. O'Donnell L. 0'Neal Of . xr' - , ' - - , ff ,jfx jj! fini!! In OJ 1rxf6"i9lLl" Linda Virginia Parks General Health Room 3. Nice . . . neat. Athena George Parsenios Academic Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Mikado 33 Ushers 23 Sabre 43 Student Council 13 Dramatic Club 13 Latin Club 33 Spring Festival. Petite . . . pretty eyes . , . interested in becoming beautician. Lewis George Parsenios Academic Class President 33 Student Council President 4. Great leader . . . good looking . . . neat . . college bound. Henry Daniel Pfeiffer Academic Photography Club 23 Farewell Assembly 3. Likes photography . . . quiet. . . college bound. George McClella i lip Academic FFA 13 Players 4 roject n Crew 43 Farewell Assembly 33 Ch r 3 Nice . . . to get ng wit . . many friends, J es rold General A. Parsenios L. Parsenios D, Pfeiffer S e 'ly ' ' eff' nt M in lu er General G. Phillips J. Plummer K, Plummer fx Anfa e guy h many ends' I WW 345, 3 0 H414 LJ x. E 'N aj QF if K. Poling E. Puffenberger B. Pufienburger VV. Pyles J. Raines J. Randall 'uni 'I' aff ' -4' Cf-"' '14 .uni William Wolf Resser Academic Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Fare- well Assembly 3, Choir 2, jr. Town Meeting 4. Intelligent . . . quiet . . . future, plumber. Beverly Louise Reynolds Academic Vice-President 2, Student Council 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Sabre 2, 3, 4: Senior Scrapbook 43 Sextette 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Players Auxiliary 1, 2. Active . . . dependable . . . interested in music and college. Dorothy Louise Reynolds Commercial Choir 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, Mimeograph Crew 4, Ushers 2. Conscientious . . . energetic . . . Dottie . . . friendly. Ronald Leroy Reynolds General Lots of fun . . . nice . . . liked by all. James Willard Rhoe General Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Sports minded . . . many friends.. . witty. Barbara Kay Rice Academic Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Ushers l, 2, 3, 43 Scntinrl 3, 4-9 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sextette 2, 3, 4. Swell . . . interest, nursing. . . liked by all. Dorothy Marie Rice Commercial Ulee Club 1, jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4, Players 3, 4, Thespians 4, May Day 3. Sparkling personality . . . likes dramatics and art . . . quiet. Harry Kenneth Poling Academic Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Good looking. . , sports minded . . . liked by all. Edgar Frederick Pulfenberger Vocational Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 35 Student if Council 4. Swell guy . . . personality plus . . . interested in college. Barbara Madeline Pulfenburger Commercial Monitors 2, 3, 45 Cashier 3, 4. Nice . . . friendly . . . marriage bound. William Allen Pyles Academic Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. Quiet.. .to open a store . . . friendly. James William Raines Academic .Basketball 3, 43 Players 4. 'i'F'fleT1 ' . . . likes sports. . . to enter college. hn enneth Randall General nd 1, 2, Players 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4. N .. friendly. . .to enter the service. Dona if u ne Reed Commercial A Capp fiiwr 1, 2, 3, 4. Friendly. .liqfiiet . . . interest, fun. Y Q CT' C- - " sau Y P--, " X "" 'fl' - D. Reed J X' i""gf" xx- ' ff D X F gr- W. Resser 1 QP' Tl, PT-.1 X-f' Q' '3 . X . , ,V X 4 , Y , K "i, 'f Cf if ff' QQ- s ,, A gg" T -N C13 Cv.-lf - "X xr, . T . X- 'L ef , '45, C?"fQ"KQ.., B, Reynolds D. Reynolds R. Reynolds J. Rhoe B. Rice D. Rice i l L. Ritchie P. Ritchie M- Ritter if X Gerald Claude Rowley Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 25 Hi-Y 3, 4, All- County Band 3, 4. Friendly . . . wonderful trumpet player . . . college bound. Melva Jean Roye Commercial National Honor Society 3, 4, Sabre 3, 4, Tri-Hi- Y 4g Bowling Club 25 Basketball 1. Wonderful person , . . interested in Roy . . . altar bound. Richard Charles Rudolph Vocational Football 4. Easy to know . . . plans to be a mechanic. Shirley Rose Ruehl Academic Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Monitor Club 3, 49 Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3g May Day 3, 49 Farewell Assem- bly 3. Sweet. . . cute . . . future nursing. Lewis Rummer General Likes girls.. . easy to get along with. Genevieve Lee Seifert General jr. Town Meeting 4, Library Club lg Student Council 2. Nice personality ...to be a nurse. Elmer Seiler General Liked by all . . . nice smile. D. Robinette R- Lloyd Allen Ritchie General Quiet. . . friendly.. .easy to get along with. Paul Junior Ritchie General jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Nice . . . to work in Spring Gap Melvin Lee Ritter Academic Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Play Tournament 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Players 45 Thespians 4, Mikado 3. VVitty . . . swing man . . .college bound. Raymond K. Robey Vocational Quiet. . . friendly. David Clay Robinette Academic Band 2, 3, 4. Likes music . . . quiet . . . future undecided. Robert Richard Rouzer General Gets along with everyone . . . service bound. Dolores Victoria Rowley Academic Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Organist 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 43 Ushers 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Sextette 2, 3, 4. Sweet smile . . . friendly . . . interested in music, g jwfff. M. Roye R. Rudolph S. Ruehl L, Rummer G. Seifert E. Seller R. Shatzer T. Shipway N. Shreves L. Shumaker A. Siehler D. Sisk Ronald Conrad Shatzer Sincere . . . liked by all. Thomas Theodore Shipway Nice looking. . . neat. . . a real fri Norma Jean Shreves Majorette 2, 3, 4. Petite . . .cute personality. Leon Merle Shumaker Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Commerciz Commercil end. Commerci: Academi Pleasant. . .music lover. Avis Megan Siehler Choir 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Gle Club l, 2, 3, 4, Players 3, 43 Scribes 4. Pleasing personality. . ,liked by all . . . interesl a success. Academi Donna Lou Sisk Commercial Interest, Dennie . . . plans to he a housewife. Richard Eugen s - e Gene,-3 Nice . . .liked by wt xl "SJ ' i Q65 V OX , N if sz - ffffp ,iff Sl? 0, JBA if xl " ' I I R. Sites ' VA? N ', Xf C.Smith 'R 'AJ' QU? . , or , - lj, Cloyd Delano Smith beneral 35 v J ' - Quiet... army bound. fx J' 554 Af Jaw! Delores Fay Smith General , X Sf. . l Quiet . . . plans to be a beautician. J' B., gh,.b VA, ,I Herbert Glenn Smith General y , f' S . fy ale Band 2, 3, 4. ' ' Q -,jf ' Nice... good in music. . .make friends easily. f ' v l," '- 1 Larry Wilson Smith Commercial Swell fellow . . . interested in hunting. Ruth Ann Smith General Cute girl . . . neat . . . friendly .ludith Lee Snyder Academic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Fare- well Assembly 3. Sports minded . . . cute . . . college bound. Shirley .lean Snyder Commercial Players 3, Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 43 Health Room 4. Pleasing personality.. . many friends. v l 1 I l I I D. Smith H. Smith L. Smith R- Smith J. Snyder S. Snyder Ruth Ann Souders Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Ushers 15 Farewell Assembly 3. Nice . . . to be a housewife. Donald Kenneth Squires Vocational Student Council 1, 23 Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Nice ...liked by all. Frank Allen Stallings Commercial Sabrz' 45 Farewell Assembly 3, jr. Town Meet- ing 4. Liked by all . . . future, bookkeeper. Robert Melvin Steckman General Pretty eyes . . . good friend. Barbara Stotler Commercial Sabre 2. Neat . . .friendly ...liked by all. Charles William Sturtz Commercial Band 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Chaplain 43 Farewell Assembly 3. "Bill" . . . liked by all . . . comedian. Joyce Gail Stutzman Commercial Monitor' 2, 3, 4, Glce Club 2, 3, 4. Personality plus . . . pleasant smile . . . interest, Larry. fl do yy, . Taschenberg D. Taylor P. Taylor J. Thomas P. Thompson S. Thompson R. Souders D. Squires an B. Stotler W. Stu rtz J. f' s Andrew Robert Sweitzer Vocational Short. . . neat. . . cute. Patricia Frances Taschenberg Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Sentinel 33 A Cappella Choir 2, 3g Student Council 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4. "Tash" . . . liked by all . . . loves to dance. David Andrew Taylor Academic Nice . . . sincere . , . always laughing. Peggy Lorraine Taylor Academic Tri-Hi-Y 3. Swell person . . .to be a nurse. James Harold Thomas Commercial Mimeograph Crew 4. Loads of fun . . . interested in college, Patricia Louise Thompson Academic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Council 1, 35 Farewell Assembly 3, Players 2. Stephen Eugene Thompson General Witty . . . considerate. B. Thuss S. Thwaites A. Tipton W. Torbet L. Trail B. Triplett Laura Belle Twigg Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Ir. Town Meeting 4. Lots of fun , . . many friends . . . airline stewardess. Janet Christine Valentine Commercial Monitors 2, 3, 45 jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 45 Library Club 15 Glee Club 1. Lots of fun . . . dependable . . . liked by all. Patricia May Van Meter Commercial Monitors 1, 2, 3, 45 Cashier 3, 45 Health Room 25 jr. Town Meeting 4. Personable . . . lots of friends . . . to travel. Reynold Arthur Vespa General Pleasant . . . easy going. . . lots of fun. Howard Conrad Wagner General Outdoor Club 15 Church Club 2, 3, 4. Friendly . . .Air Force. Helen Mae Wagoner Commercial Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 45 Farewell Assembly 3. Easy to get along with . . . friendly personality. Dorothy Louise Wagus Academic Monitors 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1. Nice.. . nurse. .. likes skating. Barbara Ann Thuss Academit Srnlifzfl 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, Chaplain 2, Vice- President 35 Highlights Editor 45 Thespians 45 Salzrf 25 Players 3, 45 May Court 1, 35 Choral Speaking 35 Football Queen Attendant 4. Nice personality . . . dependable worker . . . college bound. Sandra Jean Thwaites Academit Ushers 1, 2, 35 Library Club 3, 45 Illikado 35 Glee Club 1, 35 Sentinel 2, 3, 4. Nice personality . . . plans to be a nurse. Anna Marie Tipton General Glee Club 1, 2. Liked by all.. . swell personality. William Jay Torbet N Vocational Stage Crew 3, 4. Nice guy . . . intelligent. Leonna May Trail General Nice. . . lots of friends. Betty Lou Triplett Commercial Photography Club 25 Library Club 25 Volley- ball 1. Pleasing personality . . . secretary. James Richard Twigg General Quiet. . . friendly.. . liked by all. x J. Valentine P. Van Meter R. Vespa 37 r H. WVagoner D. Wagus 36 - ..,.,.,, t.- , . ..,......,..,. l 1' P. Weaver W. Weise if M. Wheeler R. Whisner D. White W. White . ' i ufwy M , 1 pf 5 :L V' Eleanor Virginia Williams General Glee Club I, 2, 33 Farewell Assembly 33 Square Dancing Club 1. Nice personality . . . marriage bound. Robert Russell Wills General Very quiet . . . pleasant. Donald Sheridon Wilson Academic Players 3, 43 Choral Speaking 33 Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Nice guy . . . disc jockey. Ersel Alvin Wilson Commercial Projection Crew 13 Photography 2, 33 Printing 4. "Buz" . . . farmer . . . well liked. Michael Wilson Academic Band 2, 3, 4. Nice personality. Stanley Edward Wilson Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, President 33 Hi-Y 3, Vice-President 43 May Day 2, 3, 43 Players 43 Play Tournament 2, 3, 43 Best Actor 2. College bound . . . interest, football, women. Ronald George Windemuth General Sabrn Photography Editor 43 Srntinvl Photog- raphy Editor 4. Nice . . . very quiet. J. Wigfield E. Williams Patricia Ann Weaver Academic Choir 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Jr. Town Meeting 3, 43 j.V. Cheerleader 1, 23 Ushers 1, 2, 33 Thespians 3, 'Secretary 43 Library 3, 4. College bound , . . nice . . . interests-dancing, dramatics. Walter Wilson Weise Academic Mikado 33 Choir 2, 3, 43 Farewell Assembly 3. College bound . , . likes to read, fish . . . nice. Mary Elizabeth Wheeler Academic Play Tournament 2, 3, Director 43 Sabre 2, 3, Literary Editor 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Jr. Town Meeting 3, 43 Players 33 Thespians 3, 43 Hcllllflifll Aunt" 3. Friendly... well liked . . . neat dresser. Ronald Stanton Whisner Vocational Baseball 1, 2, 33 Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball 2, 3. Nice . . . liked by all . . . always jolly. Dale Edward White Academic Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 23 Choir 23 Farewell Assembly 33 Projection Crew 3. "Hillbilly" . . . always laughing. Wayne White Vocational jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1. Nice personality . . . always joking. Joseph L. Wiglield Vocational Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. Navy bound . . . interest, girls . . . neat. R, Wills D. Wilson E. Wilson M, Wilgon S. Wilson R. Windemuth K' V R. VVinter f Richard Wayne Winters f Commercial Nice . . . very quiet. James Marvin Wolfington Commercial Very nice . , .outstanding smile. scrzf - 's 4 - 'iii A f""'V?' Q J. Yergan J. Zehrhach John Luther Yergan Commercial jr. Town Meeting 2, 3,-1. Liked by all . . . minister . . . pretty eyes. John Joseph Zehrbach General Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, jr. Town Meeting 2, 3, 4. Nice looking . . . good dancer . . . many friends. X W At the Farewell Assembly, movie actor, Mike Cunningham, Miss Football Queen VI' glmmme Kugwrv l, hung is being mobhed hy autograph hounds, Mike VVilson and Gwen Croyvned by Ijonnn Mn,-My Fomhau Queen y Nleeks. ' Cast for "No More Homework" Miss Kathleen Cumbee, Director .... lllary The Teachers hliss Goodin, Pat VVeaver Mrs. Clendenning, Donna Northcraft Miss Ogilvie, Carolyn Findley llr. Harper, Ronald lkflears Mr. Guthrie, lklelvin Ritter Xlr. Lundquist, Frank Stallings The Students Pamela Jones, hlary VVheeler Hlluzzn Bailey, Leon Shumaker Shalimar Ames, Rita lklarker hlidgc hlurphy, Pat Taschenherg Faversham Lightly, Bill Resser 'liallulah Ploetz, Norma Wallace Ronald Sassoon, james Wolfington Daily, Student Director Others Bliss Dill, Ruth Ann Souders "Tick" Tok, john Yergan lylrs. Ratchet, ilflargaret Hafer Elmer ll. Ames, Stanley lvilson Non-Speaking Parts Sally lworris Audrey Leply Geraldine Long Georgia lX'lcGee Ralph hlahancy Roh Beckman hlike VVilson lkiike Cunningham Eugene Alexander ff f 1 ,ff f f .Q f I . f f X 1" ' X ,f 5 . f 5 , . ,. L,-.g-1-N: f'- .u vw: - I. - ,'.,,a.- ,- ff 'fxuqfl , f.u5vP' H.. 'nv' .J f.. 35,1 ,..f ,Q A . V -- -- "' - L. ' -' -,,,-,'T,-I s M, W,-4-' -- --f- , I , . 1' ' .,. .x ..-qfv4-A-:avg-y'gf5.J:-U-1'f.i',T"-Q-- - .r. 'X iw" , ---"' , f , an-5-t"1'.., -, , , rv , Jpk.,-,lah-r.-,.', ,L .x ,- . " 2 " Q -M' '- -' .- 4-NQQUQL' " ' 'I 4 ,. '45 ' -. V' , 46-- -""' - .1-A-rdf." ' f-S--.....-' 1' - f ..-. '.-,- ,.4,-- .,- . - ', I. , 5'-lin. , .,,-,,I', 5 k-., .- - V - Afqr. .4-fl-'95 -' --1 I J K' T - -,xg gs.-'A f.,, I .' 'A , -5-' N ' - w ' - v -.J:. -' 'w -ti .:,.':--I " ,. .v 11.1 . K .,g: ', H , -- , "f, N31 lw-1"L'- - N., " '- ', ,. V ' x -- '-.,1 - .-.xi U h' K' 'I . -an .xl . Kr.-BM '-' --' H ' -- l-.- ,Arc - f ' -:15 ' -1 ,:"' ,-,V 1- , , .-,V .1- Y X3 -.V-3-,, .. , V. 1: ,- - 5,-5' , im, . , - ' J 1.-.Q f g , 1:5 ' ' - 'C , ' ' . A ,.uff:'- Y' f,:,, Q' -fy' I ' 'fu' ' t xv" V -,.-if :' ' V," 'i'. ' " '. ,il '- ,. .' ,' ,1- : ' -A 3' ff". 1, ' 'JL Q' . ' -- .' ..v .4 ' .. 5 ' "- g ' ' yr: , -'- J U11 Ere fliding tlzf Valiant Aldffj for the Zlflffflllf' oflzfrwisf known as zzrzderclassmen. nt of thx .vchool arf tim j Olly Crfw, Men of the Sea The seamen of the "Good Ship. Adventure" are aware of their te- sponsihilities on this great voyage as they try to uphold their positions under the orders of Xlr. John Reed and Bliss Gerardine Pritchard. Junior Class Officers Frrirn lrfl In right .rralftlx Harry King, President, Barbara Beery, Secretary, Barbara Smith, Treasnrerg Ronald Rice, Vice-President. Slanding: Miss Gerardine Pritchard and Mr. John Reed, Advisers. 51, Section 11-1: lfrnm lrlf In right, rnftc I.' df. Clark, J. Kelly, B. Athey, E. Proudfoot, S. Adams, B. Kline M. Van Pelt, AI. Brady, VV. Bergdoll. Ro-w Il.' R. Barnes, VV. Rizer, R. Robinette, J. Messick G. Thrasher, G. Thraslter, R. Shamhough, R. Ralston. Rorw III: L. Smith, F. Taylor, VV. Tubles R, Donahue, R. Brant, B. Valentine, D. Malamphy. v 1 I 'Q ' 1 G.. or - . ..,.Ql -,gt lt R e'e' f f-:T1gEQ3 ,ti Section ll-2: From Irfl In flflllf, rvfw I.' Randall, L. Davis, M. Twigg, H. Peer, E. Grim, C. Moore, S. Shryock, D. XVillison, M. Meyers, bl. Randall. Rofw ll: M. Muir, B. lleetz, B. Field, IE. Senkell, R. Reynolds, R. Stemple, T. Morgan, V. 0'Neal, C. Harvey. Rofw Ill: J. Evans, D. Dawson, F. Saville, K. McKenny, O. Parry, I-I. Gordon, VV. Hite, E. Parsons. G. Tiller. Rofw Il'.' -I. Stevens, J. Fertig, J. Wlhisner, K. Riggleman, R. Huff, R. Adams, L. Taylor, J. Saville, C. Robbins. 40 Section ll-3: From Inf! to righl, row I: M. Cavanaugh, M. True, V. Collins, F. Castle-man, R. Gray, R. Robinson, J. llausman, -I. Crabtree, V. Knipperberg, S. Garland, S. Balch, P. lleckert, D. Plummer. Row II.' S. Stafford, M. Muir, -I. Lynch, B. IIill, M. Robinette, P. Van Pelt, B. Pritlaly, R. Athey, IC. Benson, P. Dent, P. Michael, J. Dioken. Rofw Ill: IE. Crowe R. Davis, S. Day, j. Ayers, R. llolshey, D. Gable, Etlwartls, R. Tasclienberger, R. Llwellyn, S. Hare, R, YVinters. Rofzu 1l'.' D. Irons, K. Cross, R. Stickley, R. May, G. McKenny, E. Harden, C. Nines, D. Hillegas, A. Duckworth, G. Kalhangh. Section ll-4: From lrfl In riyhl, ron' l.' D. Stumbaugh, Fisher, S. Sowers, IW. VVhet2el, S. Norton, P. Young, S. Long, B. Lynch, D. Rice. Raft: Il: B, Long, B. Cyzick, S. Benson, D. Spiker, C. Kline, J. Faw, R. XVarner, M. llartlinger, B. Smith. Rnfu' lII.' C. llornbrook, C. Bible, R. Lease, C. Lewis, Il. 'l'rexler, ,I. Fogle, D. NVentling, G. Michal, R. Smith. Rofw Il'.' R. Dawson, C. Jewell, M. Sarver, C. Sibley, I.. Schwenninger, R. McKenney, D, Yaider. ,MRA ., , x X w-ms, 'N .J fa f cr GQ 3.4, A993 me X . it ' i is fd. ' . ' , ni gy' .j f' W. . I . X S., .Sc A, 1' Uyf Ao Section ll-5: fffffffl fffl ffl Vfflllf, rome l.' C. Nelson, C. Mathews, -I. McCoy, S. Pavne, D. Iohnson, G. Kemp S. Swisher. S. Athey, II. Fisher, B. Swanger, K. Tre-size. Rau' il: M. Calford A. Sachs' D. Olmltaker, D. Shank, R. Douglas, VV. VVrightsman, D. Crites, J. lliett, B. Longi I. Kelleri Ron' III: NV. Young, j. Crawford, R. Adams, L. Swartzwelder, R. Silber, B. Fisher, Keller, D. Andrew. Ai Section ll-6: l"rrnn lrfl In rigzlzl, rnfu' I.' B. Clark, F, Schaclt, P, Kirchner, K. Everett, S. Brotemarkle, M. Rice, l.. Shy-rock, ti. Cmnphell, ll. Browne. Rofw II: B. Baker, V. Lillard, N. Showman, M. Catlett, I. Brotemarklc, R. Riley, li. Burgess, M. Hitchcock. R0fw11I.' Straw, D. Burns, R. Spencer, ll. Malone, G. Pitler, R. lfeller, J. Rohinette. Row IV: P. Stafford, R. D'Angelo, G. VVilkinson, R. Shatter, D. Frowe, F. Shnrer, ll. Benson. fl. ' W., p . A l., :H sf QF A"'-l ll7,1fm.'t . lf Xa: ' fi' ll 5 ,,, .-.z' Section ll-7: l"rnm left In rirfhl, rofu: I.' J. Crabtree, C. Bircl. nl. Bncklew, G. Higsorn, R. Barnes, B. Miller M. Neale-s, B. Nielcl, S. Bryant, D. Durbin. Ro-w II: M. Rice, B. Shriver, N. Clark, J. Dean Y. Mowerv j. Ilnll D. Buser B. Gorden. RIIFLC IlI.' D. M-cfnllongh, C. Sponaugle, J. Snelsnn I. Mnllanep, C. Clzlrk, P. Herring, K, Fuller, D. Dawson, R. Meeks, D. Thomas. Rofw lI'. J. Mower, Simpson, D. Hammersmith, R. Rice, C. Bosley, G. McGregor, D. Boyd, N. Mitchell Section ll-8: I-'rom lrff In fllflllf, rofw If xl. llezlvner, S. Davis, P. Hannas, M. Hast, B. Largent, R. Fisher, B. Purnell, P. llorwaith, S. Monnett. Rofw Il: VV. Leasure, J. Kessel, D. Summerfield, I.. XVotring, J. Popp, A. Zuis, P. Nickel, B. Root. Rofw III: R. Schell, G. Laher, E, Starliper, bl. Stapleton, ll. King, VV. Malone, C. Often, R. Gillum, VV. Mower. Rofw Il'.' VV. Twigg, C. Athev, VV. llanekamp, D, Stinehan,qh, B. Shinholt, R. Bohrer. Sophomore Class Officers From Irft to right, J'!'I1fFLl.' Janet DeLozier, Treasurer, Thomas Synder, President, Lucille Aaron, Secretaryg John Rice, Vice-President. T51 if ,,. 'ffli mf ,l All N li, ' K'i1 ,XSS . X ll al arg-lm. Section 10-1: True Hearted Sailors VVith sincere hearts and keen minds the sophomores have at-- tempted to meet their obliga- tions as members of senior high. From left to right, rofw I: P. Clay, L. Long, B. Ketzner, P. Smith, L. Kerns, C. Parker, G. Garlitz, S. Robinette, R. Devore, J. Bean. Rofw II.' R. VVolford, A. Zehrbach, C. Boyer, S. Hendrickson, D. Struckman, S. Breighner, S. Shaffer, D. Nield, B. Ambrose, S. Boserman. Row Ill: YV. Nelson, R. Driver, C. Upole, D. Henry, H. Shriver, H. Ross, C. Keiffner, T. Snyder, L. Brotemarkle, J. Smith, W. Martz, B. Norris. From left I0 righl, rofw N. VVez1les, I.. Kimes, M. Sisk, li. Van llorii, Rn-'w III: F. Smith, J. R. Kirchner. Rofw ll' Section 10-2: I: D. Troutman, J. Combs, K. Lantz, P. Harvey, D. Radcliffe, J. Wigfield, H. Zemhower, M. Davis, G. Rohinette. Rofw II: A. Cross, D. Hardy, M. Brown, J. Porter, G. Berry, J. Brown, D. Grimm, D. Green, M. Irons, Kerns, C. Stotler, G. Strachar, J. Shank, R. Bennett, D. Smith, R. Brant, : 'l'. Alt, R. Rankin, B. Liller, S. Olclaker ,J. Art, F. Shambaugh. A? V 'G , " Qlalltftt -fi , w ., Section 10-3 : From Irft fo right, row I: N. Rowe, P. Schramm, B. Broadstock, J. Reed, P. Harper, C. VVolhngton, B. Burkett, N. Curry, A. Fahey, B. Yvhite, M. Horn, S. Durst. Row Il: VV. Garland, J. Markley, A. Largent, N. Lamp, S. Renschel, R. Hartman, V. Roland, N. Moore, B. Mock, J. Sarver, G. Nycnm. Section 10-4: From Irft to right, row I: S. VVhetzel, D. VVilson, G. VValters, J. Shipley, P. Robinette, N. Stewart K. Miller, D. Reynolds, Y. Somers, S. Rexroad, G. Settle. Rofw II: R. Robertson, B. Valentine M. Raines, W. Shook, A. Miller, C. Mayhen, S. Stotler, N. VVelsh, R. Pfeiffer, M. McCreary Ro-w III: C, Weaver, J. Tipton, D. Pugh, C. Veaeh, B. Thomas, L. Thomas, D. Smith 5' . so PX? n' 51. 5 4 ,JM 'g , 1 a lit l lv if Section 10-6: W. Robinson, S. Merrill, M. Newman, M. Sommerkamp. Section 10-5: From lffl to right, rofw I: M. Seiler, R. Elkins, I. Godlove, I. Wilson, J. Kompanck, S. Kershner ll. Paxton, H. Bramble, B. Ringler. Rofw II: C. Atkinson, L. Gross, L. Cessna, D. Rice, L. Lewis, VV. Spoerl, D. Durst, D. Vespa, R. Hendrickson. Rofw III: R. Imes, R. Valentine, M. Hendershot -l, Hammond, R. McGanghery. VV. Lisanti, C. Willson, T. Arnold. Rofw IV: C. Harbaugh, VV. Howard, VV. Brown, K. VVilson, T. VVeltman. weak rig XSS 1 IU From left to right, rofw I: M. Hudson, H. Shelley, B. Cline, P. Boggs, F. Leehilter, C. Crnhh P. Davis, j. Asbenfelter, S. Lechliter, -I. Robertson, C. Parks. Rofw II: M. Rhodes, G. Shirclitl T. Haselberger, K. McKee, L. Shipley, K. Bender, J. Morris, J. Gilford, B. Moyer, I.. Hedrick Rofw Ill: VV. Sansom, G. Windish, C. 0'Neal, G. Mecham, C. Bishop, J. Athey, j. Copper F. Ruby, H. Sharon. Row IV: F. Downs, R. Moreland, VV. Powell, J. Kesler, VV. Long. BM sais-we C5 C' 1-ff W op "" i"7'e'? .. W'f'25E"'g""' --H az: 'rf YQ . .C V , AM 5 A . Q . y QL . in - .'fn"""' f FY. Eff ..,, if B P ,www f' Q , X r an 4 . A er siis ' A 5 -' A H". X s' s. .. -. . , . H I ef'-. Q F . 2 .pr .- . -. i s K son-ntl!! , L ' f, V 7 , .. ' ' 'Q ' ' 6 , . ,, . n -ll, , , , Q .t . 4 . -- ...,.,.... .- . ,, 4 Q -,.,,, 'P -5 V ,qc ,Q , X fr"'- fs i'T4':'A:"... ' . rl' B ' . I A , J ' N -A W ef - Q .. If Y. kr n .. 3 , ,ev ... ff , . i .. Y . 1 K .. . ........... . , . . . s x ,J k A W .qsnvwul J ' -r ,- """f' . .5 - ,W -'9'9"" no- V fy . - ., -K . lr- 'K - f H - , t .. ' g+ if YI A A ,...4..- --.-s I f . , 1. 4 J- Q K " ,, . ,, . . p W 3 K X X -V H g . .f . , av 3 .a a f uf the 1 X we . t 2 V . f ,V V JK! - ,W 1 un. .- M, .. Q. , . 'J M, , 7' ,reg a . WM he Q , A . , , E. ." .A-1-1 , . 4 .N . Y -N r ..., . ,J X 15. lv-rr M, ,NY l W 4 l f' ll .f xx Q! f i x F , I! V ex .QHXXNNSK ev, 1 s, ,el i Q , . J . Elly . in Section 10-7: From Inf! in rirzlll, row I: J. Bean, S. Voorhees, S. Rice, B. VVelsh, F. Grahenstein, P. Barnes, l'. llimcs, P. llulf, J. Savilisky, J. McDonald. Rofw II: B. Mnrray, D. Datri, D, Imes, M. Chinanlt, F. Price, I., Aaron, M. Jay, S. W'eltman. A. Hardinger, T. Morris. Rofw Ill.' R. Files, J. Bishop, li. Yankie, NV. Athey, M. Kesler, D. Teets, M. Zemhower. Row Il'.' J. Bean, J. Davis, ll. Dickerhoff, F. Valentine, J. Miller, J. Summers.. Section 10-8: From lffl to right, row I: J. Athey, R. Snyder, I. Howdyshell, A. Settle, R. Green, C. Torbet, ll. Gable, R. Lewis, VV. Divelbliss, C. Hileman, R. Long, P. Butts. Rofw II: C. Martin, R. Stotler, R. Jones, B. Brown, J. Jones, G. Collins, VV. Oster, C. Hardinger, R. Hedrick, G. Metzger. Row III: R. Vllisenbnrg, M. Kline, VV. Davis, V. Synder, R. Layman, L. Norris, If. Kalb, B. VVagner. Rofw IV: R. Lewis, R. Vvelch, R. Sapp, D. Darrow, Rice, N. Gillnm, C . Miller. Section 10-9: From lvf! lo right, rafw I: D. Grifiith. P. Dircks, B. Fansler, J. Langley, A. Collins, S. Baldwin, VV. I.iller, J. De Lozier, J. Deremer, M. Marion. N. Aldridge, J. De Pollo. Rofw II: J. Miller, P. llnll, R. Huck, VV. Kiser, R. Cross, D. Vllhite, J. Davis, L. Hopcraft. C, Campbell, F. Horwath, F. Grimm. Ro-w III: B. Saylor, G. Ray, L. Gray, C. Haislip, W. Hillegass, L. Divelbliss, J. Znfall, B. Wilson. n iv, -13- , W A W ..., . ' xl . si -J s x . ,, ,L ...law C F4 LI i sid 2 l 1 ' A 5? Y- 19 k k I I r i J -. Au .4 ,. . h. - as zmiwqiifat ' lt's school time at local bank for Carol Parker, Rosalie Pfeiffer, Linda Thomas, Gerarldine Q f Bold Shipmates W'ithin the heart of each Bold Shipmate is great understanding and loyalty for their ship. I 1 Treva Silher, Nancy Taylor say, "Tennis is funn! ,,, -- 0 3? V-I . 49-- 1 . 1, ,, . js,,,'egf7 4 1 'H ..: i ', I W 'A li L A, g'1,,,,! Section 9-1: From Irft to right, row I: G. Lee, E. Kirchner, N. Sampaell, B. Welsh, B. Thomas, VV. Lockard, V. Brown. Rnfw Il.' J. Shanholtzer, M. Boone, H. Pfeiller, R. Coyle, G. VVinebrenner, D. Kershner, J. Munday, G. Brinkman, D. Hare. Rofw III: J. Dyer, D. Now, L. Stoops, K. Fuller, H. McKinley, D. Burley, J. Mahaney, S. Africa. ,ui 44 3 'MDV -QI .,. h ' ' .,13 , 1 ,H ,- , il Q . l ililli "'. Blii1llE.lillllll 1 Section 9-2: From left to righi, rofw I: J. Breeze, J. Fleishhover, B. Rizer, S. Crites, R. Clingerman, H. Bowles, J. Deremer, J. Zembower, A. Evans. Rofw lI.' E. Drake, B. Fisher, D. Propst, J. Twigg, F. Baird, W. Nelson, H. Bech, T. Harvey, R. Malone. Rnfw Ill: K. Lawrence, R. Craze, G. Chaney, M. Haselberger, J. Hour, C, Benson, J. Mairole, R. Jones, T. W'illison, Rofw IV: W. Hardinger, J. VVratchford, R. Kesler, E. Mason, M. McCullough, C. Kline, C. Cookley, R. Hedrick. Section 9-3: Frnm lrft Io righf, rmw I: C. Ritter, C. Garland, M. Lewis, M. Norris, D. Day, B. Sheeley, E. Lewis, P. Kreger, B. Hare. Rafw II: M. Combs, T. Akers, B. Haller, N. Schade, K. Hardman, B. Liller, S. Swanger, C. Iser, A. Campbell, B, Angellatta, B. Johnson. Rofw III: J. Estes, li. Shipley, V. Shnmaker, R. Deatlehonser, C. Hanawalt, G. Davis, A. Johnson, G. Haller, M. Roy, M. Riggleman. Rofw IV: M. Gleason, T. Show, R. Middleton, R. Datri, J. McDonald D. Jack, D. Fleek, E. Shoap. ...Il Section 9-4: From lffl to right, rofw I.' M. Atkinson, J. Bosley, R. Gross, J. Crawford, F. B.nnner, M. Shapley, R. Keifer, P. Hamilton. Rofw II: J. Parsons, E. Leatherman, L. Fuller, S. Simpson, J. Chaney, L. Craze, R. Udgers, C. Nikik, N. Bcsley, J. Stinson. Rofw lII.'.J. Baldwin, M. V D. Durst, D. Middleton, H. May, D. Grapes, J. Rummer, VV. Diehl, B. Cyzlck. Row If. G. Appel, P. Appel, R. Lewis, G. Twigg, D. Burns, R. Harhaugh, B. Shipley, S. Merrill, F. Nines, R. Swauger. fix vi 'J..'1..Y N- ls......l. , Section 9-5: Fromrlrfl fo wrighl, ron: I.' M. McMillan, D. Miller, E. Myers, N. Northcraft, M. Appel, D. Miller, J. Cray, J. Swanger, L. Ault, D. Brown. Ro-w lI.' R. Perdew, S. Turner, L. Goldizer A. Moses, D. Hardman, V. Fletcher, B. Leasure, D. Blank, W. Aldridge. Rofw III: D. Talley: A. Ashenfelter, L. Oates, Atkenson, R. Jones, G. Smith, R. Johnson, C. Jankey, R. Higson Rofw ll .' D. Metz, B. Michael, R. McGee, W. Lease, S. Friend, R. Hite, F. Householder, Holcomh, Q. .1 .W-.,t ,'.-A-aw-o PM J ' ' f"""" ,Lf-,Aw . cis! N +3 H. 7' 'ixffl if . fm, , J 1, J ,V x .. ,Ss ll' A K. Leasnre, R. Abe Pe .1 :A N6 Z ' f 'i pw .. 'LJ .. . " . 'riff' -4 . if Fail Ji' ,gigs 3 'A ,M 4- J -- W . 'f"'. 'I- X if J . i R ' 1 Section 9-6: A ..., -ltk-A From Irft to right, rofw I.' A. Crites, S. ZuFall, Robbins, B. Hill, H. Trail, B. Wratchford ul, ,Mp ' " J. Baker, lu. Yergan, L. Ralston, B. Llewellyn. Rofw II: M. Stimmetz, K. Rasley, M. Stimmetz D. Appold, A. Reed, S. VVatring, C. Sommerkamp, D. Hamilton, C. Fletcher, E. Padfieldi Rofw III: K. Lepley, D. Benson, R. Wilson, F. Meeks, A. Hast, R. Rice, F. Nell, G. Summerfield L. Everly, VV. Rache. Rofw IV: H. Shaffer, J. Tipton, J. MacDonald, R. Robinette, C. Patton II. Myers, D. Middleton, R. Hutzell, F. Fey, G. Kerr. Section 9-7: I"rom lrfr In right, rofzc I.' S. Berry, P. Sivaian, J. Peterson, L. Ashenfelter, E. Martin, B. Snyder, P, Davis, S. VVhite, P. Pndtield, L. Dentinger, F. Leasure. Rofw II: B. Light, J. Smith, B, Hartman, B. Gulick, D. Kee-fer, L. Shook, S. Anvil, J. Howsar, E. Weimer, E. Fansler, R. Nines, R. Rulnmer, U. Minke, R. Cross, VV. Cunningham, J. Baker, K. Largent. Rofw Il'.' R. Nethen, J. Smith, J. Keifer, T. Reed, J. Powell. v 1 r ld fx fi a Ki :L- Q 'K I l E ' - Section 9-8: From lrff in right, rofw I: K. Barnhart, M. Muir, S. Brown, M. Adams, J. White, N. Taylor, J. Shanski, X. Manges, li. Ritchie, P. VVagnor. Row II: E. Root, R. Kenny, N. Belt, M. Callis, ll. Koonty, 'lf Silber, P. Turner, J. Gross, J. Knisley, B. Waite. Row III: B. Matheney. Riley, R. Thwaites, J. Cozatl, D. VVallaee, D. Oster, B. Alahaugh, J. Clark, D. Rowley, J. Grove. Rnfw ll': D. Iiyler, G. Ullery, J. Lewis, J. Diggs, J. Getz, J. Collins, C. Granigan, D. l. lleavener. nf-71 A, A ,fi fair. 0. VN 1' r ft 'IJ '- , s"iuF X l -A . I.. ,Fi 'milf '- if Section 9-9: From lffl to right, row I: C. Pague, J. Schonter, B. Gill, M. Mortzfellt, V. Rowe, Simpson, J. lmes, J. Ellsworth, L. Nazelrotl, S. Sibley, G. Kidwell. Rofw lI.' B. Ketterman, R. Saville, D. Ruby, R. lliett, D. VVright, J. VVarner, B. Miller, R. Shatter, G. Gray, VV. Phillips. Rofw Ill: E. Slonaker, J. Koerner, R. Valentine, J. Gross, D. McGraw, D. Strachan, D. llillegas, R. Swanger. 'It A ... l.i'i . ..... l :gm I, ill at I it 03 VL Section 9-10: From lrft In rigylzl, rofu- I: B. Merrill, B. Johnson, D. Harper, C. Adams, L. Proudfoot, M. Connor, B. VVeaver, IC. Corley, J. Eaton, S. Twigg. Row II: C. Metzger, D. Crites, S. George, I.. llill, C. Reed, J. Murray, S. Clawson, J. McKenzie, C. Grubb, E. Johnson, C. Crabtree. Rom' lIl.' B. Sulser, li. Riggleman, T. Roy, B. Crabtree, E. Daniels, R. Meter, C. Petenbrink, J. Golightly, F. Grim, J. Dean. Rofw IV: D. Root, J. Diehl, J. Deen, G. Oster, F. Ringler, E. Yveaver. Section 9-11: From left lo right, rofw I: S. O'Donnel, IE. Nelson, F. Muir, N. Brown, A. McClelland S. Broadwater, D. Twigg, S. Poland, J. Parry. Rofw II.' R. Sommers, S. Knisley, T. Balfoure B. Brake, VV. Redrozer, M. Johnson, V. VVagner, A. Shearer. Ro-w III: G. Butts, R. Apple D. VVilson, VV. Brown, R. Kaiser, J. Knippenberg, L. Trail, L. Albright, J. Abe. Rofw IV. D. Trail, D. Appold, T. Clay, E. Cromer, L. VVright, J. Lofton, F. Snyder, J. Meeks. IA if.. , n.. I... 7 fl, It . ' K , .bw I 5 7 vi ii I xl. I Nw. I, If ,L , Section 8-1: From Irfl In fiffllf, rofu' l.' D. Rohertson, R. Lewis, C. Crissey, Clay, R. Brown, If. Cornwell I'. Daniels, P. Bittner, G. Stinson, Ilenrlerick, C. Orntlrff, I.. Robinson, KI. Marti. Rofw ll I.. Kline, 'I'. I.ewis, -I. Iloenicn, S. Gnrtler, M. I,CI.07CI', K. Imes, N. Brill, II. Van Ormer C. Ilumson, j. Fisher, R. Grim, A. Spenrl, C. Dunlap. Rom' lII.' I7. QIFSIIWIIITI, j. Shannon II. Campbell, j. Brown, R. Mc'I7on:1IcI, I. Atkinson, Ii. King, C. Robinson, C. Robertson, B. Ilnhn QI. Ilnmson, I.. Ilenry, J. Ileln Grange, M. Moore, R. Rohinette. Section 8-2: nm iff! In riyllt, frm: If P. SIIIIIIIHIIIYII, P. Barker, S. Iirwin, IW. Ilimes, S. Kesner, L. IN1oore, Is S Doris, I. IIIIIIIIIYIIII, hl. Price, 5. Iiromlwnter, S. Ixesler, VV. INIn1l', G. Brant. Rom' Il: R MII lltx I IItI hu Ii Klll - 'z 'j, -. is . " ss, IS. I.ippoltI, Ii. Rowe, V. IVI:1cKensie, M. Coolev, ID, Nines, K IIIIIFIKCII, C. Slizltler, C. Robinson. Rum' III: I. VVeItman, I.. Royce, T. Breighner, NI. VVhite, I Smith, C. Lewis, Cl. Pornne-ss, IJ. IIoIier, A. Campbell, R. Rowley, L. Cosgrove, G. Holtzmnn, I I lllis lx 'z ,1l'lL'll'.' II. Iinrkinsluziugh, M. Ilolshey. 1, , if I , in Section 8-3: Front lffl to right, rn-zz' l.' F. Christian, B. Plummer, P. YVe-Ish, A. Rowe, N. Millon, II. NlII'Illl M. Twigg, C. Conrxnl, II. Brown, j. McCullough, M. Muntlzly. Rau' Il: I. Gzilliher, F. Ilite li. Isner, C. Shaffer, M. Lngrnttn, P. Gibson, j. IIoweII, C. Miller, C. Mayne, M. Crouch Rune Ill: M. Mower, LF. Thompson, R. VanMeter, G. Ilnnter, F. Aeresmnn, F. Shearer CI. XViIson, C. Robinson, R. IVICCarty. Rim: ll'.' O, Lettner, R. Long, 'If Davis, VViIIiams P. Cnnninghzim, j. Richards, P. Alkire, R. xvZll'IIf0l'll. I, i I , .. :Mfr .1 yr. .x fir? 'M if H x o X Section 8-4: From lffl In right, rn-za' l.' D. Barnes, Snyfler, -I. Merrill, M. Keller, P. lleclrirk, D. Blnclmngli -I. Nikiok, S. Bruner, li. johnson, A. VVinel1renner. Rvfw ll: Ci. Abbott, D. lNlnrr:ly, P. Fox I.. Ilelmick, D. Morris, I. Lewis, B. Bartleit, H. Lynch, li, james. XV. Lewis. Rom' III G. Nlorris, 'l'wigf.:, D. Mowery, G. Miller, YVisenlierg, 'I'. Benson, R. Simpson, R. lluilsor I.. Corrirk. V 5 - Section 8-5: From lrfl In riflht, r'r1fu'l.' Nl. Davis, R. Anlt, D. Gillum, S. Hull, A. Davis, A. Rice, Nl. Iinglnnil, C. Marlin, I.. lleller, D, Uillnm, C. Shatzer, G. VVeimer. Rofw II: D. Stoops, R. Knegnl, P. Lzipp, R. Fisher, D. U'Ne:1l, R. Coffrnan, R. France, C. Shumaker, F. See, j, Stonehreaker. Rune Ill: D. XV:1lkc'r,C'. livnns, I.. Kennell. ll F1 1'-0 VND N,-x .li B , K . .. Flilifyl : l Section 8-6: From lffl in riffhl, mu' I: C. Flagnn, F. Znnky, A. Mandy, S. Little, V. Crnthers, D. Lille 'I'. NVhite, D. Swnnger, Ii. -Iohnsron. Rnfzc II: R. Lynch. K. Ketternmn, R. liloss, G. Smit R. lsner, C. Paul, D. Snyder, nl. VVillinms. Rnfw III: F. Se-christ, G. Dicken, P. Dnnnhn R. Nlchcnry, IC. Groves, T. Ildomson, G. llockman, XV. Mower. 4 in K . ga Section 8-7: From lrfl In fiflllf, rmu' I: C. Bohrer, C. VVolforcl, R. Sills. QI. llnmilton, I. Summerintt, C. Ritter, C. Martin. Run: ll.' S. Bible, G. llxlrmun, S. Sapp, li. Shnmaker, G. Rowe, M. Ultlztker, C. Twigg, D. iiilllillllgll. Rau' Ill: j. VVagner, B. Lielly. Ii, Shaup, U. Dyche, C. Rice, R. l'?I'il'liS4lI1, Vl. llxltnmontl, G. Rnliey, YV. Leusure, R. Deter, R. Shii'l'litt. Rims Il'.' R. Michael, NV. Dayton, IJ. Lewis, li. Clark, II. Brinkman, L. Miller, XV. Reed, XV. jewell, j. Miller, C. Crabtree. X irh 1 Nll turf 0 ,.:,,?L,.,Qs.e,--. h ,f' ,QM , ,Q M . , - 1... 93 fQi1.xf..D 1 :rf t 1 VFW . . i . t. .M N ,,.., , 1 N .I '.Z'.2'5vs-" Section 8-8: lfrum lwft tu rifflft, rout' I: R. Gross, I, lser, D, Blank, B. llimes, C. Law, P. Mitchell, M. Groves, N. Sliipwnv, B. 'File-r, XV. Muir. QRIIFIL' II: ll. Philips, A. Layman, N1. Brim, M. Cocklev. C. ii1ll'l'V l' l'n-I' ,li-W, I, l,innln'ngt-r, P. XVhite, li. Nelson, J. LUQSIIIII. Row III: K. Shell, li. Dnwetill. L" Kcept.,-, Murphy, R. Strnwernier, li. Brown, R. XVCZIVCF, H. VVilkins, C. Carnes. Rum' ll'.' Northerzlft. R. llutl, K. 'li1lSl'lClll5lll'LI, P. Blncker, G. Hamilton, Ix. Gray, Rlee. R. Morris. :SPX Section 8-9: From Irfl fo riqhl, rnfw I: S. Raines, B. Leatherman, IE. Mercer, P. Porter, M. Lewis, M. Shaffer, I., Kitfner, R. Holler, S. Brooks, R. Stallings, B. Cramer. Rnfw II: N. Porter, K. Norris, R. Plummer, D. XVolfortl, P. VViiliams, G. Tlmrnus, R. Smith, j. Kline, j. Llewellyn, B. Roby, l.. Fvnns. Rnfw III: F. Monnet, Harden, B. Smith, F. Brown, F. Reed, R. Dom, R. Stnrtz, 'l'. Boyd, F. YVnkemnn. B. Meeks, R. Shnhert. Cl Section 8-10: I-'rom iff! to rifflrl, rofw I: j. Somers, E. Lewis, B. Hall, C. Bartlett, M. VVilmont, M. Yeargan, C. Chinanlt, B. Long, L. Boyer, R. Hnwclyshell, D. Dahl. Rnfw II: D. Gross, F. Payne, J. Perry, VV. Marion, R. johnson, VV. Spence, R. Higson, I.. Otto, F. Light, R. Gross, P. Sponaugle. Rufw Ill: WV. Aclams, A. Miller, ul. DeVnre, j. Toomey, F. Bishop, j. Shewbriclge, j. Rnhinette 'I'. Getz, J. Spencer, L. Athey. Rnfw ll'.' F. Oster, D. Shamhaugh, D. Brown, S. Grant, S. Miller li. Allentlee, G. Corley, ,l. Soulshy. -fr ' Section 8-1 1 : From lrft In righl, rnfu- I: L. Mcfoy, R. Hook, M. Harvey, A. Harman, S. Brown, R. Hill, I.. Smith, A. Atkinson, M. Hedrick. Rnfw II: V. Dayton, M. Rice, R. Hansman, j. Leasure, j, Uahle, K. Fletcher, VV. Lease, VV. Koerner, C. Lipscomb. Row 1Il.' S. Lewis, B. Taylor, J. See, L. Davis, li. Dawson, C. Bnrcaw, G. Roksanclich, S. Clites. Homemaking is being demonstrated by Patricia Cromwell - and-ludithH0e11iCh3, Guy Robey . . . "Who says we can't be architects? Fla, 1 lr El.,-g nr'1 ': gg Tjif--'gee 4:11, . ,. . .z iff f Neff A Rf f if in Y L llilf? . ' Q H x wt n,WnT,Wf,..T-' lrfu, m ,t le .1 l. ,f I W, iff? if 'P 2 ' ' L. iff?-'H .. r. -' lx A, .t ,' A, J cf M' .sf " ' " zziizb' " ' 1 t Section 7-4: From lfft io right, fo-w I: A. Arbogast, R. Bonner, J. Kubes, S. Castleman, S. Timbrook, B. Keller, D. Durbin, D. Munday, D. Klavuhn, J. Bennett. Rofw II: M. Sisk, C. Blackburn, J. Smith, D. Ensminger, D. Imes, V. Brewer, L. Smith, J. Leasure, B. Brinkman, I.. Carroll. Rofw III: XV. Logsdon, C. Kean, L. McCullough, J. Rice, R. Paul, T. Jackson, J. Jackson, R. Twigg, J. Goss, J. Nazelrod, R. Graham. Rofw IV: R. Smith, V. Morrale, R. Gaughn, J. Bearinger, J. Diehl, G. Miller, G. VVilson, F. Twigg. ' l Section 7-2: From lrft In liiflllf, rofw I: C. Mullenax, S. Sulser, S. Currence, P. Blacklin, L. Ross, N. Parks, li. Fryer, J. Shryock, J. Smith, D. Klosterman, M. Dolan. Rofw Il: R. McKenzie, C. Collins, M. Blonskey, J. lsom, M. Bone, li. Kerr, P. Crawford, D. Browne, C. Day, P. Potts, G. Sommers. Rofw 1I1.' J. Bell, li. Smitlt, R. Growden, R. Mull, B. Smith, G. Davis, G. Crabtree, VVhite, li. llopcraft. Rnfw 1l'.' R. Floria, Fogtman, Robertson, D. Hite, R. Mertens, R. Andrews, J. Appel, li. Barnes, F. Robinson. 1 1, n .Q if , M W -s.: w i -F? Section 7-6: From lrfl to riglzl, rofw I: S. llare, D. VVillison, F. Rice, IE. VVillinms, C. Hillegas, li. Robertson, R. Shambaugh. Row II: IE. Moore, D. Cranford, E. Everett, M. Twigg, T. Isner, J. VVenebrenner, Ron' III: B. Miller, J. Bird, S. Neff, J. Iman, E. DeVore, M. Bird, D. Shaw. S1 From lr'-fl in J. N. R. Bluhangh T . Hardman, Heier, C fl - Section 7-3: rigghl, roms I: C. Light, D. Fisher, K. johnson, S. VVaketield, 1. Snyder, P. Miller, j. Frome, M. See. Rofw II: ,l. VVratchford, F. Elliott, S. Dieken, D. Ronch, . l7'Athri, D. McDonald, P. Luech, S. Macon, VV. VValker, R. Atkinson, Rofw III: , G. Meister, P. Deahl, A, Strachon, -l. Harvey, VV. VVeimer, K. Back, D. Robinette, . Bishop. Rl1'l.L'lI'.' C. Abell, VV. Hanger, F. Joyce, R. Shewbridge, S. Neat. El Z JF. 9 V From Irfl to riyhl, rofw M. Minniclc, J. Mathews, D. VVertz, J. Mitchell, B. Aleander, H. Shifilett. Rofw lI.' C. Brown G. Hour, C. Crabtree, P. Eyler, L. Hendershot, B. lVlcClellan, D. VVhalley, B. Smith, S. Topper K. Kiiflner, M. Clark. Rofw III.' H. Heavner, A. Tyler, M. VVhite, C. Van llorn, C. Stevenson l. Metz, P. Lewis, F. Taylor, E. Stapleton, S. Alt. Rofw Il'.' M. VVanda, li. VVagus, M. llast N. Sulser, H. Hess, -I. Linn, T. Garland, L. VVagner. I: bl. Emerick, S. Sonner, D. Lewis, S. Chaney, P, Hammersmith LSQIGTAI 4 5 .ia ..., liiil - ali Section 7-5: ' li . From lff! In fiffllf, rofu' I: ul. Berry, M. Chaney, L. Owens, D, Imes, M. Root, D. Kregnr, G. Arhogast, Corbin, L. Grapes, B. Spjonangle, E. cillllllITl. Rofw II: A. Shipley, Cronc, C. Dyer, j. Gray, j. Feetz, V. Simpson, T. Croyle, D. Hileman, F. Mundy, B. Bennett, L. Carrier, D. Koegal. Rofw III: ll. llillegras, L. Rinker, C. Bennett, G. Smith, R. Keller, -I. Forheck, D. Garland, A. Collins, S. VVandless, L. Gable, J. Nicola, li. Hedrick, R. Bobs. Geraldine Houte, Elaine Stapleton, Helen Shilflett, Jane Metz display the power of prayer. f f ff! Bra ing the High Seas .Meeting and clzallengirzg the problems which make their progress more difficult, the seroice clubs o Fort Hill aid their school by their constant ejorzf f . 55 paul? Z vt F Library Club Ruin' I: Ci. lliett, li. Kline. Rr1+u'II.' S. Roksandich, G. Kelly, P. VVeaver, G. Settle, B. Murray, L. Alt, ll. Miller, K. liarnhart U. Reynolds, Roar' Ill: D.. VVillapon, P. Heckert, M. VanPelt, N. VVelsl1, M. Meyers, B. Tripplet, B. Nelson, VV. Robinson lcon: ll .' M. Callis, C. Ritter, A. Moses, M. Apple, M. Clark, S. Adams, B. Hiller, E. Van llorn. Rom- I'.' l.. Goldizer lx. Izverett, D. Kootz, G. Beery, R. Barnes, J. Kernes, H. Craze, B. Alabaugh. u Isle of Legends Settled among the busy sea of people, the library is an o- isle of many books. Guided by lliiss Gertrude Ranck and Klrs. Naomi Bennett, the library club attends these books. Junior Town Meeting from lrfl lo riyllf, rnfu' l.' VV. Swanson, D. Nield, P. Vlleaver, B. jones, Nl. Twigg. Il, lidwartls. Rom' ll: D. Rowley, S. Lindcmau, M. lJeLuea, IF. VViIlison, li, Atliey, P. llrinkman, C. llilernan, ul. YVilson, VV. Robinson. Ru-u' IIIJ IW. VVheeler, H. Hill, Miss Ranck S. Reuscbel, l'. Van Pelt, ul. jones, J. Young, I.. Thomas, C. Parker, U. Garlitv, ll. lmes. IJIIWIVWV1 Rofu' lI'.' P. Nickel, P. llarper, P. llannas, Yergan, C. Kiiflner, 0. Perry, Rum' V: P. Dawson, R. Mears, VV. Brown, VV. Resser, J. Kiiflner, I. Zehrbaeh. Network of Sails many problems of the crew. Ar' To make smoother our jour- ney on the ship we have the Jr. Town Kleeting under the direction of Bliss Nellie S. lvillison. This great network, having representatives througli- out the school, discusses the i 'Tl 'P g Fl ' ' 1 Q ' 1 Ushers Club lK'lI1'l'lllIfl.' B. Rive, Srrrrlzzryf C. Grubb, junior high head usher: N. Ballou, head u.fhfr,' j. l,6l,07lCl', fl'I'II5lll'1'f,' D. Rowley, nuirlufll limi! u.vln'r. Ron: 1: B. Ritter, N. 'l'aylor, IW. lJCL0ll6l', J. lrlolshey, J. Cranford, R. DeVore, N. Aldridge, B. johnson, li. Schudl, B. Clark und l'. lluti. Rum' ll.' P. Clay, S. Brown, N. Curry, L. Kerns, N. lNlcLuckie, V. Collins, R, ReyIl0lllS. R. l'lieller and AI. Sbanski. Rom- Ill: N. Brill, S. Robinette, S. Breighner, S. Struekman, B, Thomas, S. Day, V. Roland, ,l. Crabtree and R. Sternplc. Row Il'.' R. Van Ormer, lf. Cromwell, R. Grim, ll. Shelly. Reed, ll. Fisher, B. XVhite, B. Beery,, XV. Morgan, V. U'Ne:il :ind R. Barnhart. Rofw I'.' Mr. Arthur Davis, nd1z'isfr,' l. Godlove, C. Dunlap. D. Day, A. Fahey, NI. Dean, l'. Dent, l.. 0'Neul :intl hi. lloenielux. Guiding the Crew Reliable Lookouts Guiding the nizrties on the "Good Ship, Adven- The monitors are Fort llill's reliable lookouts NIH' I5 Illt' Jolt of the ushers club. who seldom receive the praise they deserve. Monitors Rum- I: l'. Van Meter, M. Blogs, M. F. Deluca, li. lledrick, S. Boswell and C. Newman. Rom- II: G. Settle, j. Dean, M. Brown, G. Gzirlitv, K. 'l're1ise, S. Ruehl, V. Collins, C. Moore, M. Cavanaugh, j. Fisher and P. Kershner. Rnfw III: J. Cranford, B. Root, C. llztllninn, B. Burkett, G. YValters, ll. Christman, N. Stewart, B. Ketzner, P. Boggs, P. lleekert and V. lsner. Row Il': M. lludson, D. Smith, j. DeI.ozier, R. Priefler, M. Rhodes, L. Kerns, S. Shaffer, ll. Gable, E. llardinger, D. VVagus and M. Robinette. Rum' I': S. Rexroad, D. Reynolds, j. Chedister, J. Beakley, C. Cage, B. Puflenburger, bl. Valentine, M. Appel, M. lf. l.iller, B, Kline, l.. Morgan, li. Zieler, bl. Shapley and J. Athey. Rofw I'I.' A. Sacks, Nl. Callis, N. Belt, B. Ambrose, Ira' - .ii C. Boyer, l'. Butts, R. Long, B. Beery, M. XVhetzel, D. Grimm, D. Dugan. , ,r , 5 C - 1 'el' fi w- - . Q ei 1 as . ,R -4 " ' oo ii 9- ,f" , an Q. JC. -5 , 1 .4 ug , ,, 3 Sf- 6 C ' 3 C 3 sl 1 ff, .R T 1' 3 w Y 1 l A Q., .. was 'XJ ' v x Sports and Literary Staff From lrft lo riglzl, 5t"l1fI'd.' N' . A G. I.I1lHOI', R. Rohinsnn, Nl. ' V XVheeler, V. Lillurd and ' ' P. Mattingly. Faculty and Activities Staff Layou From lffl in right, .rr'aIrJ.' lf. Schrult, B. Clark, S. Brown :mtl S. U9L02ier nn llarvey. Stamlingyx ll. Brown. iw t Staff rl N. S lmwmznn pp..-.-..-. A ' - SQL xiwi.-nb. ,L .igh- L- X Q-6 . L SX X 4 VL X- 'XL Typists Senior and Underclassmen Staff 1"f'0ff1 iff! ff' ffllflf, JFUYPJF P- Mllflillfily and .l- From left to righl: A. Parsenins, C. 0'llounell, A Leple lirumhle. Slamiing: R. Innes :mtl If, Stallings. 5. Adams and R. Reylmllqs. g,,,- na 'vue 53 'nut The Log "For l8l days we sailed through the sea of lift- recording happenings and events in the school log. lVe present them now to you in the form of the Sabre." Mr. James Engle and Rlr. Carl Ritchie direct this record of school events. Photography and Art From iff! to righl, .rmIrd.' J. Fisher, R. Davis, P. Kirchner, S. Crites. Sfilllriillflf R. VVindemuth, R. Llewellyn, T. Llewellyn. sf x' V+- -AM 'jil- sig Business and Advertising Staff From lrfl lu fiflllf, Jfalnl: S. Norton, R. Marker, Mr, Ritchie, Business advisor, S. Day, M. Roye, C. Matthews. Standing: S. Athey, V. Chaney, C. Harvey, B. Long. .ylg ' Left Io riyht: N. Ballou, co-editor, Mr. J. Engle, adviser' P. Brinkman, co-editor. y The activities and required subjects of each member of the crew are Z1 part of the record. Each is displayed in pictorial form or in writ- ten articles. This log depicts all events which bring honor and respect to Fort Hill. A 3 -M I I - 1 I xx , YE!!! Eskin, editorg N. W. Resser. JJJJJJJJ "wa Yah suv Chart K Co-editors and Adviser Adviser Miss Mary Calamine Co-editors R. Marker and V Q Lillard. t The Ships Paper ln spite of the many difficulties confronting this staff the editors and staff of the Sentinel meet their scheduler deadlines, maintaining a high standard of excellence ir each edition. The staff endeavors to render this servicc to the school by printing all news which will he of interest to the students. Each reporter puts forth his very hes' efforts to gather the material. The staff along with theii adviser, lVIiss Rlary Calemine, have attended many con ferences where the Sentinel consistently received the highest honors. 3 News Staff - From left to righl: B. - Diehl, M. Dailey, N. Ballou, B. Resser, B. ice, G, Meeks, D. Northcraft. 0 li my S.. v, X V+.. 'If yi .fb dl- L -.44 ... 1' l "'-v LL 'J-nr H If v ,Q If 5 Q ,, ,, P ' '- '5 g 'Z A ,Q ' ,X N , '. 4 F af' 'iw .. A- 'Q-- Feature Staff Srfzlfdf S. lliwziitcs, li, llinss, frntizrr vo-mIifor,' R. Green, frnfizw' ro-mlilor. li. lla-vw, l'. Kircln1c'r, N, Nlcfellziliil nnml M. Rive. N. Ballon, N. Show- l N main, R. Marker nm l.ill:lral finish last minute iletnxls to meet the dead line. Rua: If n --...... mm' ,Em f- -K s ,QW x F' uf '5' 415' Business and Circulation and Ads Stalls 1 .. fi J s. vs. . ' I Smmling.: M. Castle, J. Ciarlitv, N. Showmnn, mx ts xiii N T. K6 .. Q Nl. ll:1fer,,l. Gzlrlitz, M. Daily. Rnfw II: B. Deahl, ll. Northcraft, F. Kenny. ...i -,., l L. . 3.1 i Y s.. -'ig i .Q - 'JI .ll Junior High Student Council Rufu' l,' XV. Nelson, M. Callas, R. Gross, IJ. Hamilton, S. Vvotring, N. Schzlde, B. Sulser. Rom' ll: I.. llenry, D. lloller, U. XVilson, R .-Xlr, Ci. Crzilitree, M. Cross, li. Root. Rnfw Ill: L. Garland, P. Potts, C. Hansrote, Cf Blackburn, ll. Koegel, xl. liircl. Ruin' ll .' D, XVh:llley, Al. lfootnmn, M. Crouch, ll. Gillum, S. Bible, J. Berry, F. Rice. 1. li W 'Q t o t l 4 1 , . aw , tx p A U' ' .. ., ,ri 5- pw , is .lunior High Student Council Officers and Advisor From Inf! In right: B. Sulser, S. VVotring, M. Lewis, liosley, Mr. Pellerzi, advisor. "One clown, two to go!" M. Shaw, L. Pnrsenios :intl P. Brinkman tally May Queen lizlllots. Cabin Council Under the capzxhle direction of Klr. Joseph Pellc-rzi, the Jr. High Student Council must fulfill niriny tasks for the junior high school. 'lihis year the junior high students presented a talent show and it is lwlievc-tl their leaulership will bring the school many honors. "One box of popcorn," says if llnislip to li. Proucltoot and M. Castle who replv, "len cents please." Sh1mfin11.' I.. Parsenios. jvrwiilrlzl. Ro-'zu I: M. Shaw, IC. Proudfoot, M. Castle, M. Sarver, P. Taschenherg, R. Green, P. Brinkman and Mr. joseph Pi-llerzi, !1l!'Ui.H'7'. Rofw II: j. Luttrell, J. Kiiffner, 1. Zehrbach, S. Kaiser, P. Northcraft and -I. Brzinihle. Rune 111: B. Cyzick. P. Rice, J. Sharer, B. Long, B. Athey, B. Hill, J. Kessell and R. Reynolds. Rofu' ll'.' G. Collins, ll. Bet-ry, B. Stiinnn-I, j. Deljelln, I.. Aaron, D. Neal, H. Shelley and j. Kompanek. Rofw I'.' R. Lease, B. Reynolds and B. Struckinan. Rofw l'I.' j. l.iIler. Sea Law As all successful hodies function under a code of laws. the members of the "Gallant Ship, Adventure" are guided by the law making hodv of our proud school. the f' ,X '1 - ,F . Senior High Student Council. ' .. " v . A il vi, -gy., ,K 1 .-A .4-4 Q 'lu . P. Brinkman and P. Tashenherg help S, Brown provide for a rainy day hy selling her l'. S. Savings Stamps. Senior High Student Council Slaflilnlgf: hir. joseph Pellerzi, 1!ii'l'i.H'!',' M. Sarver, fvirz'-pr1'riii1'11f,' M. Castle, dir'f4'tor of fl'!1yl!',' P. '1'asehenhe-rg, .v1'vrflary of XVIII!!! llfflllllff lj- Pllfsenins, prf.v1.If'11l. Smlr.1.' li. Prom-dfoot, lrrr1xur1'r,' M. Shaw, Sffr1'tary,' R. Green, dirrftor of pnlzlir l'1'laIm11.f,' P. Brinkman, J1'r'V'1'flH'y of i1nlu5ll'y. , , W. ff-GI A N. Ballou, "Bliss Glamour Girl of 1955 Alpha Tri-Hi-Y from lrfi In l'IflIlI, rnfw I: B. Rice, S. Hixenhaugh and C. Findley. Kafw ll: Nlrs. Allxnnong, P. XVeaver, S. Morris, M. Dailey and L. Grahame. Rofw III: P. Taschenherg, M. Vastle, A. Lepley and P. Northcraft. .Rofw Il'.' nl. l.uttrell, li. lledriek and A. Smith. Rofw V: B. Deahl, M. Roye and M. XVhceler. Rome I'I.' N. Xvilllllffj D, Northcraft, Bush and Bramble. Maidens of the Sea Nlaidens of the Sea 'lihe Alpha 'liri-Hi-Y, under their adviser, Xlaintaining the respected name of Fort Xlrs. Hannah S. Allamong, has achieved Hill, the Beta Tri-Hi-Y, under the direction recognition in their distrihution of Thanks- of Kliss Lillian Klyers, attends church services giving haskets and hv providing a Christmas and helps with the distribution of 'lihankss party for underprivileged children. giving Baskets. Beta Tri-Hi-Y Rnfw I.' Miss Myers, aJ1'iJrr,' Kelly, G. Lillard, E. Proudfoot, B. Hill, Brady, Garlitz and ll. Cyzick. Row II: 1, Fisher, M. Brown, C. Mathews, V. Collins, R. Reynolds, J. Kessler, P. Kirchner and D. Rice. Rofu' III: S. Norton, B, Deetz, N. Showman, J. Brewer, B. Baker, M. Hitchcock and M. Shaw. Rofw IV: R. Nickels and M. Hitchcock. 1 Hi-Y Rum' I: I.. Pnrsenios, Mr. Tom Murphy, adrvisrrf F. Kenny, R. Lease, B. Sturtz, S. VVilson and H. King. Rofw 11: B. Long D. Douglas, G. Pitzer, j. XVoltington, j. Stapleton and G. Rowley. Rofw IIl.' Starliper, D. Hammersmith, M. Wilson M. Ritter, D. Feller, F. Sharer and R. Rice. Rofw IV: L: Shumaker, R. Mahaney, R. Mears, G. Eskin, J. Duffy and B. Resser Scouts of the High Seas Life Boats on Deck 'lihe Boys' Hi-Y has done a splendid job as The Jr. 'liri-Hi-Y, under the supervision of :i service orgzmiation. Through the coopera- Miss Ozella Robertson and Bliss Naomi tion and spirit of the members and their Teter, conducts candy and bake sales for the adviser, Mr. 'liliomas Murphy, 1955 can be benefit ofthe school and the community. rated :ls 21 complete Success. Junior Tri-Hi-Y Rnfw I: B. johnson, D. Harper, S. George, G. Garlitz, J. Chedester, D. Struckman. Rofw II: S. Broadwater, B. VVeaver, M. lludson, D. Gritlith, N. Aldridge, C. Alt, J. DeLozier. Ro-w III: M. Adams, C. Hardman, C. Metzger, S. Henderson, K. Grubb, j. Shanski. R0flL'1Iv.' P. Savane, D. Day, L. Hill, D. Crites, L. Proudfoot, B. Johnson, D. Taylor. Rofw l'.' A. Zehrbach, Al. Knisley, J. VVillison, D. Nield, S. Breighner, S. Robinette, C. Barnhart. Ro-w VI: F. Baird, C. Parker, S. Reuschel B. Broadstock, P. Harper, L. Thomas, S. Baldwin, M. Callis. iii- -so 46. Karp APE? l. ws.. 1 Mimeograph Crew lrll fu rifflil: XV. lklurgnn, I.. O'Neal, F. George, ID. Reynolds, -I, il-ll4lINZlN. NUI fli4lm'ril.' l. lirzimhle and R. lmes. Keep 'Em Sailing Umlci' thc rxipzihlc clirvctinn of illr. T Rplu-rt lrifv. the mcmhcrs of the minion- grzxph crvw :irc kc-pr husy printing programs C' .1- 'f "f.f.1If12E::?f1'ff":i 51: Sick Bay 'Turn' 'cm and sc-nd 'mn hack on deck" is thc' policy of the huspitzil room. Klan the Sails Attemlingg thc rig1g1ing1:incl incml- ing the propvrtivs :irc :1 few of rhi- johs of thc' stage' crvw. Stage Crew From lffl In rigfhl, Jl'llfl'4i.' R. Phillips, li. Tnrlwr U. Michaels. Sfrllniirzyp' IJ, Gnhlc, Al. XVigtie-lil, Ci Frost, C. Athey. Nu! pi1'I11r'fil.' li. I.iller, li. Yankee' Sea Chest "Step right up, matic. :mul lniy your sclmnl pruvislmis livrv, rc-A sounds from thc' hook rpmn. 1 1 Scribes Staff l"rnm lrfl lo right, Jfatmli R. Green, R. Marker, P. Brinkman, C. O'Donnell, S. Crites, l. Nelson and M. Dailey. Sflllltfillflf F. George, S. Thwaites, B. Deahl, M. Siehler, editor: N. Mcflcllanml, P. VVe:lver, M. Castle, T. Llewellyn. Voice of the Ship Under the guidance of llliss Gerardine Pritchard, Barbara Thuss records the weekly school events and reports them under her hy-line, THE SPEC- TATOR. Echos Across the Waters The annual Jim Turner illemorial Award was presented to Robert Andrews, versatile athlete, for his outstanding achievements in the field of sports. The award is sponsored by Jack Turner in memoriam to his -cousin, Jim Turner. free f , ff' L .. Course of Adventure Collecting and record- ing the senior creative writings under the super- vision of Bliss Gerardine Pritchard are the members of the Scribes Staff. .,...,,........l L...... .... .. .. l A I l The Voyage Thru Time Compiling and arrang- ing the exploits of the Valiant lllates, under the direction of llliss Gerar- dine Pritchard, is the job of Beverly Reynolds, Scrapbook editor. , . i-it .A .iuxiui .A ax lfffl ffl Ifflllf-' V- Ilillllffl. M- lVhf'9lC'f1 C0-literary Cillfflnl lmfl In rfyhf: N. Sl11m'mnn, lnynnt Q-nlilnrg R. Mar l'. Nlzltlingly, sports enlitnr. business manager: and S. Brown, activities f'Illll7I'. 1955 ul 5' SABRI IDITORS N. Ballon, rn-erlitnr P. lirlnkrnan, cn-vmlitnr lfrnrn iff! In rigflli: C. U'l7nnnell, senior eclitorg lf. Schnrlr, ,ffl 10 Hgh," R-,Wi'H'F'm'1h' phfmlgrflllhy' tlwcllllm fncnltv ru-cclitnrg R. Rcvnulmls, nmlerrlasw eflitur' B. Clark, klrchner' nrt edmlr' 5' Dm' i'l'Vf""""fI mdlmgn fiwum. L.!H,fHmr. ' L ' Llewellyn, photography, vo-eclimr. .4 ix -X ku 5, 11' fe l . - . , 1111 . I.. ry. ,.. . , In ..:,:j:x.. , , 1,74 :P uv.. . 4 V -1-?"' N .5 f' " .A ',gg, . :f.:'i:2m 1.4, . 1 , . -rr"?-'309 ' -x L. EW -IJ ,pus xt z .-g'1gJQ:'f! fy 'Y ,.... ,W i ,v..u:-' ,., - 1' -ff . ff . 1. f - -f A it ,-. V -if mu -.r'f" .4.-.-.-4:1 . v A... K if-' ' ,-RQ-f L-52 vE'l-W! D Q 3 A ,fdftx . -C-I ' 'N A ' W' 0' r qs.-a.i,-f"4.5-v Enem flashing With the Holding the sports fanze of Fort Hill high in distinction, the Sentinels clashed with their enemies and completed their journey with many honors. H-IF?-J4' 1' .. to EQ. 57. fm Varsity Football Squad Ru-w I: J. Crawford, 1. Landis, R. Andrews, j. Rowe, D. Hillegas, J. Andrews, R. Alderton, T. McConnell and D. Crowe. Rofw ll: G. McKenny, R. Shaffer, K. Poling, R. Harbaugh, R. Rudolph, D. Hammersmith, B. Valentine, R. Hedrick, VV. VVhite and j. Kesler. Rofw III: VV. Powell, H. Malone, P. VVhisner, H. King, D. Dawson, C. Lewis, G. McGregor, R. Brant ard R, Crabtree. Rofw Il'.' R. Rice, manager: D. Hillegas, T. Snyder, G. Stimmel, H. Benson, J. Davis, j. Fogle, VV. es IJ. Malamphy and K. Keller, managrr. Rofw V: Assistant Coach Wayne Boot, Coach VVilliam P. Hahn and Assis o c I joseph Pellerzi. Z! I FORT HILL VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 0 dv' J lvl", ,HH l,f7fHHI!'Ilf.tj ,A ld -ll lfront Royal .. H 6 If A 27 l,z1S:1lle ..... 7 , b Klartinshurg . . 12 V 28 lleztll ....... 6 6 Handley .... 7 30 Hagerstown . tl 27 lVestminster . . 7 14 Allegany ... 7 jerry Landis warding off a tackle as he digs for pay dirt. CUM-h Bill Hahn u 3 I 40, 10 .gn-1 SEGA Q. Bf-E3 " 1 First String RU.-w 15 R, Slmtfer, D, Crowe, D. llillegas, J. Andrews, J. Rowe, T. McConnell, G. McKenny and R. Alclerton. Rofu- II.' K. Puling, j. Kesler, j. C'1'uwfor1l, U. Lzlnclis and R. Andrews. From Irfl Io rig Anclrews. Rofw Pol in II. Q 3,-sv' ROUGH SJULING 11, LlUilCllt'll hy xvllllillll P. llllllll :incl his assistants, XXVQIXNC lioor Zlllil tloscpll Pcllvrzi, , 9 f the S1-ntinvls linislivil the season with :1 6-2 record. Although cleft-ntvcl hy Hzlmllcy X' Illlll Nl111'ti11sh111'g, lfort llill t'lllC'Tf,Il'Kl virtorimis over Front Royal, llcnll, I1Ilf,ICl'SfOXVll, X A' llllll XhvCSlI1llIlSll'I'. Also winning over their intra-city rivals, L:1S:1ll1' and Allcgzliiy, ,i 'j 17 the llzihnnn-n 1-lcv:-11 won the city clmmpionsliip. 1 1 . . . . - . V l'o1' their inspired plan' :ind excellent sportsinrmslnp through the svzison, hvc llill' XX 1 7 toppers w1'1'1- sn-l1'rtc1l on thc niythiczll All-City tvznn. 'llhese wvrc- I11lIl1llS, ll. " 4 f., An1l1'1-ws, ll. llill1'g:1s, 'lf Klcfonnell, :incl Andrews. Five plz1y1'1's also 1'1'c1'ix'e1l the N .. n'1'1'l1ly foothzill 1lXV1ll'll p1'csc1it1'1l hy the Knights of Columbus. Z nj J Players of the Week 1111, rom: If Landis, D. llillegas anal B. II.' Andrews, Conch Bill Hahn and K. Andrews Carrying gets Zl block from Don Crowe in Turkey Day game with Allegany. X S y-.., 6' 11" ' X . tm E Ns ,L 1' a A. up 1' A ., L . I ., ,hw 0" " ., 1 'U,., ' ,ds 1 a' , ,, ' Lx 9.-fiigf 4' . . '- '4 9 .. .n l n-wi 49 Canvas Crew From lrfl in rigflzl, faq: I: J. Miller and J. Plummer. Rnfw II: G. Laflerty, J. Shank, Coach "Bobby" Cavanangh. P. Davis, ll. Shriver, C. Granigan :intl C. Benson. J. V. Football Squad Rofw I: T. lVeltman, R. Mcliaughey, C. O'Neil, T. Haselberger, C. Harbaugh, L. Cessna, J. Hammond and L. VVilliams. Rn-w II: J. Collins, G. Appel, J. Shipley, R. Rankin, J. Markley, D. Metz, L. Roy, H. Sharon and B. Liller. Rofw Ill: L. Gray, lf. Ringer, F. Downs, N. Moore, E. Yankie, J. Getz and T. Shaw. Rofw IV: Coach Vllayne Boor, Manager F. Sharer, M. McCullough, G. Ray, R. Fogtman, ll. Counihan, VV. Kaiser, R. Bennett and Manager VV. Harper. il, McCullough runs with the hall as T. Shaw and D. llillegas R. lNlcGang:lic-y makes the tackle as T. llaselherger and blocks for him. llarbangh Close in to make the kill. I R A -R r or . . . , , - 4 ,.g.e,:Mw u t QQ. .s .. , ' X, lll , . , . . 5,-.ss-.ui A is 3 . ? ' - MQ f A 'T' 0- ' - A -...1,...... , .tr 1 l f 'Q -N., . X ' ' "0 1 ' ' - ', I A K .V X.. N. Q. it-. Q HY , n t ' ,V ,- Q . -. ' . W... " . 1'-s f ,al H31 X. ... K ' Q 3 ,, .wif A1 1 ,. 5,.'.l.w5 . 1- .t..'f- f. I - ,.,, 'SQA M . 2- -by vu . ----.rt3q5'x.N.n.,.,.,w3..,.,.,., .. . -5, at , .,,.,-,-E.. 4-, Ai A,-,iq-iq' ,vi F , Jimi..-,.T.,,,,, ..: hw. L, uginknsmr , M N - ' 'L W ef ' . 'fa ft 4 d"""1!?'- M N 'iw- i i ' - XJ' XJ l't1lf'mf.' Ki. Nlciircgnr, Ll. Lzinilis, K. Puling, il. llann, D. Kline, j. Raines and C. Lewis. Slanilizzgf: Cnzicli C .. Pzirw Varsity Basketball Squad MrKcnnv, R. Shaffer, C. Clark, ll. Malone and Manager G. Laflerty. X tk' lilippers Ui Adventure . 'lihi' lftnt llill hny's hzisltcthzill tvztm cnmplctml zinotlwr scrtsnn with :i i'c'uni'tl.-, 'l lit- tt-:ini was lt-tl in thc' scoring clcpmtiiwnt hx' Xlcfircgnr and l.:inclis with gnntl ftippnrtiiigg plat' hx' llnnn, lmwis, Poling :intl Klinv. Clininxing the seztsnn was tht- tlcft-zit nf ,'Xllc'gi:iiixi :intl l,ziS:illt- with wlwni they slum- thc' City Lllminpinnsliip. Cnacli , 4 littlwlw klJlY2Ill2lllf,Ill ltnptrs fm' big things nrxt yvztr with livc' vnrsitx' pl:ivc'i's i'0tut'ning1 :intl anim- gtmtl itinim' vzirsitv lllZlTf'lAlZll nmving up. Qf,,n'ii S- Qdpfaillfufff il an ...X ' LI. Lnntlis tries his hand at tipping me hall tn his waiting teammates! 19 l'lVilll1'Illgll f ' f G. Lnnilis gets the tip off tn j. llann! G. McGregor gets away 21 one hanrl jump shot. 1954-55 Boys Varsity Basketball Scores IVE OPPONENTS THEY 43 Parsons ....... . 47 53 Moorefielll 61 36 Riclgeley ... 63 hll Alumni ........ 44 43 Martingslwurg 40 48 llagerstown ... 60 43 Valley ,.... 54 57 lieilll ........ 61 63 Mt. Savage ,... 55 Conch "Bobby" Cavanaugh Bruce ..... lieall ..... Mt. Savage Allegany ., LaSalle ... Martinsburg Hagerstown Valley .... Bruce .... Allegany .,. Riclgeley ... LaSalle .. Imft fo rigfllt, rofw 1: S. Morris. Row: II: A. Lepley and IJ. Grillitli. Rofw Ill: M. Newm S. llixenbaugh and J. Garlitz. FLAGS!-IIP OF ADVENTURE Bringing color into rt Hill's activities - our six poppy cheer- ilers. 'lilieir splendid rit llelps to curry our ins to victory. Bliss 'lures Chase is their aciuus adviser. S4 61 55 52 68 52 60 83 43 57 54 47 an, J. V. BASKETBALL SQUAD Rofw I.: J. Davis, R. Rankin, W. Hardinger, T. Shaw and R. Valentine. Row II.' D. Metz, R. Moreland, J. Rice, B. Samson, ll. Shriver and C. Granlgan. N0fplCl1lfFd are: R. Alderton and E. Puffenberger, Coarhes. 1. Rice and E. Dillon try for the tip off in a j. V. game. 1954-55 J. V. Basketball Scores WE OPPONENTS THE! 36 j. V.'s B Team .... 1' 22 Hi-Y .......... 2 38 Valley .... 3. 32 Bruce ... 3' 28 Beall ........ 3 36 Mt. Savage .... 4 35 Allegany .. 3 26 LaSalle ... 2 37 Hi-Y 4 48 Valley .... 6 28 Bruce .. 5 J. V. CHEERLEADERS Lrft to righf: D. Harper, A. McClleland, N. Shade, R. Odgers, T. Harvey and N. Shipway. 1 .l , , yi 3 ltluesl of the Sea After having a monopoly on the state and regional : championships for eight years, our varsity girls, under the coaching of Klrs. Henrietta Snyder, again captured first place in the district basketball finals. VVith the aid of their rugged training schedule, the girls' sextette completed their fourth undefeated season. 1954-55 Girls Varsity Basketball Scores WE OPPONENTS THEY 6+ Beall ......... 38 66 llyndman ... 24 Q-nach 49 Alumni .... 21 lenrietta Snyder 76 Valley ... 42 61 Beall .. 27 75 Bruce .... 17 V 48 Valley .... 44 63 Hyndman 4 3 66 Bruce ...... 41 ' 56 St. Marys .. 18 ' 69 St. Marys .. 36 , M. Catlett attempts a set shot as Q' . P. Thompson comes in for the rebound. wiv." ' x ' l GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM I E I From lefi to right, rorw I: J. Savilisky, E. Leatherman, J. Bean and J. VVhite. Ro-w II: M. Catlett, J. Snyder, P. Thompson, M. Hafer, R. Har- dinger, C. Kline and B. Largent. Rofw III.' C. Leatherman, J. Porter, L. Fuller, J. Brotemarkle, M. Callis, L. Aaron, M. Moore, D. Appold and Mrs. Snyder, Coach. R0-'w IV: R. Reynolds, L. Davis, N, Belt, D. Harris, VV. Redinger, M. Mortsvelt and K. Ayers. l"'QI"f' 'R R IWW? . vigil XY Q W 4 f' , lx X X X f' , iii' is ' 1 Z? A A 1. V L if7!f F 3 , D QQ. V 4 .V 'LL, -A 1 n .ig . Varsity Baseball Squad Rufio IQ' XV. Long, G. McKenny, P. Sonders, D. Kline, VV. Murray, C. Lewis, G. McGregor, Parsons and D. Yoder. Rofw II: li. Lynn, j. llann, Ii. Pnflenherger, R. VVhisner, F. VV0lford, D. McFarland, E. Athey and R. Alderton. Rofw III: Coach Bobby Cavennngh, J. Mnrkley, J. llann, D. Irons, B. Honeycamp, R. Lewis, J. Miller and G. Lafferty. VARSITY BASICBALL RECORD lfnrt Hill .. 5 Alumni .. 6 Fort Hill .. -l Bruce ....l0 lfwff Hill --- -- 5 Hlmdman - --- 0 Fort Hill .. .. 7 Alt. Savage ... .. 3 Fort Hill ... .. 3 LaSalle .. ... 2 Fort Hill H '-.17 Valley H.. H 2 l'0fI . . . . . . ?EllCtg ..... . . . 5 Fort ' l A ' 6 Alle?-IRIIB, 1 I . I 5 lfnrt Hil ... .. 1 t. avage .. ... 1 , ' l.. ..2 H'd. .. ..l 141,11 11111 ... .. 4 V1111fy ...,. ... 0 Iam' Hfl ln mm 111,11 11111 ... .. 0 116111 .... ... 5 PM H111 -- '- 6 Benn -"H '- 4 1.-on Hm U, H 1 Flintstone , H. 0 Fort Hill .. .. 8 Flintstone .. .. 5 lfnrt lllil ... .. 1 LaSalle .. ... 5 Fort Hill .. .. 3 Allegany .. .. 5 "Ynn're unc!" scream the fans, as McGregnr tags Lewis R. Alderton is trapped in :1 run down hy li. Parsons and tngging np at first. C- Lfwii- 1' ....W , . 1:5- Varsity Track Squad Rofw l.' S. Teets, U. Rice, If. Dawson, 17. Bittner, B. Kerns, R. Gilpin, B. Steppe, B. Shinholt, J. VVeher, M. Smith and Il. Anderson. Rnfu' ll: ll. llillegas, J. Kesler, li. Andrews, H. Mallow, R. Shaffer, K. Poling, D. Crowe, li. Grant, ll. llammersmith, j. Landis, R. Poling and Coach Bill Hahn. The Fort Hill Track ,lit'ZllI1 ended the season with a six and one record, winning the State. County and the City Championship. STATIC CHAMPIONS Handley Invitation Beall ..... . . 33jQ George lVashington . . . . . .99 lflfl Allegany ............ . . 30 Fort Hill ......... . . .36 7,fl0 Fort Hill Invitation Klznrtinshnrg . . ...20 Fort Hill ........... . . .97 2,f3 Dual Meet Handly .......... ...52,'Q Fort llill ................... . . .l33LfQ Frederick ........... . . .39 Bt-ull ....................... . . -l3jfQ State Track Meet University of Md. Field Day Fort Hill ........... .. .471 'Q lfort llill .................... . . .22 Klontgomery Blair .... . . .32 Xlontgoxnery lllair . . . . .22 Northwestern ..... . . .2-l' l"i-t-ilmielc ......... . . . 17 City Meet County Meet Fort Hill . . . . . .ll-l lfort Hill ...... .... l l2iigi Allegany .. . . 02 Junior Varsity Track Team Rnfw I: j. Zufall, R. Rankin, J. Rice, R. Harhangh, li. McGaughey, VV. Patton, R. Shanholtzer, D. Dawson, ll. King, F. Shafer, NV. Powell, VV. Samson, I.. Roye. Rofw I1.' Coach Hahn, B. Valentine, B. Kiser, D. Burns, G. Kalhangh, VV. Hite, D. Hillegas, j. Fogle, l'. VVhisner, M. lNleCullongh, j. Hammond, T. Haselberger. Rofw III.' VV. Hahn, Ii. Yanky, C. llarbaugh, D. Apple, ll. Uralimn. ir'4Aun'ii . mfg.: ... mi A A. L is L f0 fa ff ff f' :gr A , . N i 8' .,--,...,.,, -nniluh. im A ' ' .fl 31 i UV 4592 X5 ax . 'il' f' 'Qs , ' 2' V 4. . 1, 'f A A . , 43 . f' 2 3 'Au 1 . '7 M .44 . A ll A, ' J -, i ,qui i f ie lb., fu , J .f ' WNQQ-ff'-,xxx 'V 'S . Y X , t V f ' i -' .,- ' "sf-w Egg. Wi- f Vw ' L' . e w ig ffl . lx 4, ,. -4 n hl? , f l ghyf iv af. . ' fm i Qui H A - , F A A . 'l'f".fa V ' X r 'Avlis f:q,'.,ga., It . ,. "" Q y.',,:,.'g A f Q., 1- ' ' V, . .K -43. - - 'L' Y ff , X - fer. L - rw f 1 .. A f I V . - X Q A t Q, ,Ayr . ,. t, e f . ' l lift' , iff. Q . 5 y . ., ,K ff Q . Aafifflf - ' - l f . , w v c by .. , M ,gi W A V li. l'iitl'eiilmrger looking at :I high XV. Murray pitching 3 perfect 4-urveg 13, Klimq tnngging 3 Hy 1,311 onvl ll. llillq-gas shows excellent form in the shot pllt. 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By sharing their treasures these studenzfs have gained deserving recognition. 4 '4 A CAPELLA CHOIR mu I: I'. Sehramm. li. Kline, P. Nnrtheraft, S. Ilixenbaugh, XV. Morgan, S. Athey, P. NVeaver, S, Iindemnn, B. Innng l. Grimm. B. Reynolds, D. Rowley. Rau' ll.' M. Siehler, C. Kline, B. Rice, P. Heekert, M. Appel. U. Shank, xl. fillfllll, S, Day 5 Ruehl. li. YVelsl1,' l.uttrell, R. Robinson. Rnfw IlI.' F. Bishop, J. Zehrbach. R. Lease. M. Kessler, j. tialfnrd, U. Mel'nllnngh I Et-lson, VK. XVeise, R. Mahaney, IC. Shinholt. Rofw ll'.' C. Halligan, Lf. Knirler, VV. Sanson. Andrews, I.. Swartlfelder 3 tnr in . I' y, D. llaws n, J. Robinette, G. Kalbaugh. N01 pirlurfd is Miss Annetta Yates, dirn'lm'. Whispering Winds Amid the sound of the winds are heard the voices of the lads and lassies of the A Cappella Clioir. Directed by lliss Annetta Yates, many organizzttions are enter- tained by this talented group composed of seventy-two members from grades ten, eleven and twelve. 'lihey provide special assemblies for Christmas and Faster, adding emphasis to these religious observances. Girls Sextette All Maryland Chorus Fr-urn lrfl to riyhf, Jmfrtff Mrs. Doris VVilliams, director. From left In rigflzt, mu I: B, Riee, IZ. Grim, B. Reynolds, Slamiingf: li. Myers, J. Luttrell, B. Reynolds, D. Rowley, ul. Luttrell. Row 11: G. Caldwell. D. Rowley, F. Bishop. ll. Rice. and P. Tasehenberg. Rofw Ill: R. Lease, J. Robinette, U. Henry, and D. Reed. Rnfw I: S. Rnehl, N. Rhoe, P. Shrnmm, B. Rice, C. Kline, S. Monnett, P. butts, B. Zembower, Mrs. Doris VVilliams. Ro-'w ll. N. I.:nnp, U. Boyer, j. DeLozier, D. Shank, J. Lnttrell, E. Grim, A. Faye, N. Lnrriek, R. Green, N. Curry. Rmw lII.' j. Bramble l'. VW-ziver, S. Swisher, S. Athey, M. Siehler, B. Reynolds, N. Carpenter, B. VVeleh, G. Berry. C . a , L M' wr, A Singing Sailors Q "Yo-Ho-Ho and Il Bottle of Rum!" Ringing voices can be heard Coming from rooni l-ll and 142A on certain special occasions. They are the voices of the senior high girls and lioys glee club. Under the direction of llrs. Doris lVilliams and Mr. Harold Hanson, these students vocalize for school assemblies, Civic groups and self enjoyment. Ron' I: D. llenry, M. Kesler, C. Kitlner, VV. Martz, T. Haselherger, M. Mower, D. McConllough, G. Kalbangh, J. Robinette Mr. llnrolrl Hanson. RlI1L'11.' L. Goats, C. Bishop, J. Zehrbach, S. O'Dager, bl. Galford, D. Dawson. Rolw Ill: D. Donahue S. Vnnpelt, j. McDonald, D. VVhite, D. Burns. Rofw IV: C. Halligan, J. Shank, L. Swartzwelder. If you don't look vou'll be b ll! 7 .,, Ucean Rhythm OCEAN RHYTHM A rhythmical sound comes from music room 300 as the junior high hand rchearscs under the direction of hir. Kenneth Shaffer. Rofu' I: Majorettes Rueschel, Harper, L. Proudfoot, VVe:iver, Baldwin, Rice, Smith, Broadstock, E. Prouclfoot. Rofw II: Ayers, VV:1ndless, Shannon, McCarty, Miller, jackson, Kean, Hardinger, Ross. Rofw III: Cramer, Shoupe, Hausman, Fogtman, Miller, lilulmugh, li. Shaffer, Burczlw, Crouch. Rofw IV: Kerr, Knisley, Mertens, Hamilton, Turner, Hardman, Counihan, Rowlev. Rnfw l'.' Atkinson, Dahl, Taschenberger, M. Shaffer, Holler, Mower, VVilson, Myers. ' rkwp x,J',Q -f CFA .hw Be-1 i. "ij.s,,' - . --asgime L. Q 3. Senior Band Rune' I: lNlajorettes Clites, Kessel, Sttnnhziugh, DeI.uea, Shreves, Huffman, VVeaver. Rofw II: Bierman, Stuekman, Collins, Paxton, liyneh, Fisher, llannwalt, Dyche, Files, Kolb, Shelley, Galford, Abernathy, Driver. Rn-u: llI.' Rohinette, Robinson, lnies, Nield, Sisk, llzirtman, Turner, Tate, Liller, Piper, Diehl, Cook, Moyer, Christman, Sarver. Rnfw II'.' Knisley, Purnell, Shoeinnker, Randall, Gordon, liurgess, C. XVilson, Grove, Evans, Saville, Mower, Bosk, Strachan, M. VVilson, Spoerl, lN1eKenzie. Rune I': Cnnningliznn, Ayers, Brotelnarkle, Zawaski, Beekman, Goss, XValtei's, Fisher, Turley, Alexander, Smith, Grithth, Ross, jones, lllllllll. Rum- I'l: Bonner, Douglas, Sturtz, H. Smith, jack, Valentine, Resser, Brown, Coleman, Aronhalt, Christopher, lfeller, llnines, S. NVilson, Rowley. Pounding Surf Unee Ilglillll our senior hand has gained recognition for its fine performances at the foothall gznnes and pziracles. This music orgnnizzition under the skilled direction of Hr. Shaffer has hecome one of the finest in the stzite. i Q l 1 Senior High Mnjorettes From lffl fo rigfllf: V. Q Clites, P. llutlman, li. hvC'IlVl'I', ll. Stnnihaugli, M, l,t'l.lli'Zl, N. Shreves, ll. l.ewis, J. Kessel, and P, llarper. I 4 My fy .. 1 gg . - by 'wlwogbwi FU . ,V f JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS GLEE CLUB Rua: I: S. llare, J. Bennett, R. Banner, II. ShifHett, Ii. Gillum, J. Shryock, D. VVentling. J. Ratchforcl, II. Martz, P. Blaeklin C. Day, C. Blarkburn, B. Brinkman, J. Mitchell, B. Alexander, C. Mullanux, S. Sonner, S. Castleman, J. Kubes and ll. Klavahn Rufzu II: S. Sulser, M. Sisk, F. Rice, S. Timbroak, Il. Lewis, N. Highen, J. VVinebrenner, R. McKenzie, C. Ilansnrote, J. Ilartlman M. Clark, P. Potts, ll. Durbin, R. Athinson, B. Keller, V. Brewer, S. Currence and J. Smith. Rom: III: P. Crawford, Ii. Moore IC. Moore, M. Blonskey, J. Karns, S. Macon, C. Brown, 17. Brown, B. Smith, J. Mathews, IC. Flyer, M. Bone, IU. Mcllonaltl N, Parks, C. llillegas, IC. Stapleton and D. Iinsrninger. R-:rw II: A. Sciese, J. Birtl, If. Shipley, C. lJ'Atri, B. Mr'Clellantl P. l.n'ht, lx. Ixtrlner, lu Iaylur, S. Iopper, J, Feliz, T, Crayle, C, Crabtree, L. Hertlershot, C. Stevenson, P. Iiyler, S. Nall antl B. Miller. T "QE r' .,,, U43 Q?r51b.'.4 II JUNIOR HIGH BOYS GLEE CLUB Row I: R. Shambaugh, Toomey, F. Robinson, R. Growclen, R. Mull, R. VVartchfartl, II. Shaw, J. XYhite, ll. XVilson, I. Ricker RMA' II: C. I,t-tenltrink, Apple, NI. Twigg, NI. Blowers, G. Iivertt, O. Lettner, Xvisenburg, Il. I'lummer, G. llunter. iRuf1L'III, 'I' R eel J llc C XVil n P 'Xlkae I' Sch 't R lNI'll C II1lt . c , . an, 1. so , .1 i- , 4. . rts , . 1 er, 3. . zman, B. Van Meter. Roar' II'.' J. Gt-tl, J. Diggs, R. Dome ll. Rowley, M. llolshey, J. Clark, J. Mcllonalti, ID. Cunniham, F. Coffman, R. Jeffreys, I.. Royce, J. 'I'botnpson. JUNIOR HIGH GLEI3 CLUB R-mu I: I.. livans, J. Clay, IC. Johnson, C. Martin, P. VVugonet', C. NVolfortl, G. Sbinon, P. Bittner, C. Boller, li. Kalbaugli ll. Miller, M. Muer, A. Rowe, V. Smeal, M. Iletlrick, J. Marti, C. Crissey, J. Peterson, P. XVelch, J. Gray, M. Crouch, R. Sills li. Corley, I". Cristman. Rufu' II: S. Roksandick, IC. Mercer, R. Brown, L. Kline, ll. Van Ortner, N. Taylor, M. Atlants S. Browne, R. Alt, C. Dunlap, B. Long, I.. Robinson, B. Gulick, C. Orntlotf, C. Conrail, Hoenicka, I. Gallilter, M, XVilmot G. Blacker, C. lser, J. VVhite, C. Atlams, G. Isner, S. Grant, B. Rieter. Rofw 111: II. Gillum, J. Marti, J. Ifisltvr, P. Daniel N. Briel, Ii. Johnson, If. Cornwell, R. Grim, A. Spoerl, P. Kesuer, L. Ashenfelter, B Lippolcl, S. Gerlter, A. Layman, IC. Rowe M. Olclaker, J. Linncnbrogger, M. Ilintls, M. Coakley, M. l7eLozier, G. llarman, Snyder, B. Allentler, I. Somtnerlatt, S. Sapp . XVilson. Rnfw II'.' li. Shumaker, ISI. LaGrota, B. VVhite, Grose, A. Liller, C. Reetl, B. Liller, S. Swanger, J. Lewis ll. Murray, S. Little, S. Grant, C. Sansom, II. Van Ormer, V. McKenzie, Ii. Pertlew, Murray, G. Rowe, J. Melienvit' M. Conner, R. lloller, Lewis, S. YVhite, B. Light. In n n v t v v v THESPIANS TROUPE 230 -V Ro-w I: Miss Smith, utl1'iJ1'r,' B. Thuss, P. YVeaver, R. Marker, M. Dailey and M. VVheeler. Ram' II: S. VVilson, I". Kenny, M. Siehler, I.. Graham, S. Kaiser, M. Roye, D. Rice, G. Eskin and bl. VVolfington. Rafi.: lIl.' M, Cunningham, L. Shumaker, C. Findley, R. Mahaney, B. jones, j. Seihler and M. Ritter. Sea Drama The l"ort Hill High School Troupe 230 of the National Thespians has the honor of heing the lirst troupe organized in llary- land. The Thespians and Fort Hill Players cooperated to produce the three act play, "Gramercy Ghost" and the children's play, "Little Red Riding Hood." This success- ful, organized troupe is directed hy Bliss Helen Smith. "But I never expected anything like this!" exclaims B. Thuss to 1. Siehler, D. Rice and M. VVhee-ler. Cast of "Gramercy Ghost" Franz left In right, rofw 1.' Miss Ames, D. Riceg Ambulance Driver, P. VVeaverg Naney VVillartl, B. 'l'hussg Parker Burnett, j. Siehlerg Margaret Collins. M. VVheeler: Girl Friend, J. Kelly, Nathaniel Coombs, IE. Harden. Rom' ll: Croonies, G. Pitzer and B. Smith, Othcer Morrison, I.. Shumakerg Ambulance Driver, B. Pretty, Student Director, R. Marker, Charley Stewart, S. VVilsott. F S25 Gramercy Shu VVhen Nancy VVillard inherits a Ghost named Nathaniel, trouble starts brewing in Gramercy Park. VVith many excit- ing and tense moments this play was a smash hit! 8 l llli l'liRlflCL"l' GlCN'l'LIiNIAN llaving thrilled the audience with their comedy, "The Perff?Ct Gentleman," the sophomore class captured the hest play and bCSt actress awards. Cast of Sophomore Play From lrfl In riylll, frm: lf Director, Mary XVheelerg Robert Ames, liutlslv Campbell' assistant director, Louise Grahameg Margaret Annes, Gail Uarlitz. Rnfu' II: Alice Ames, Carol Parkerg Mr. Urrlwfurd, Torn Synderg announcer. XVilliam Sansomg Mrs Ames, Alice Zehrhaeh, The Valiant" The senior class entry, 'Vlihe Yaliantfl in the play tournament was a one act drama, centered around a condemned prisoner re- signed to his fate of death. Cast of The Senior Play lfmrn lrff In riqfzf, rnfu' I: Direetor, li. 'I'hussg Josephine Paris, P. VVeaverQ assistant director, R. Marker. Rom- ll: ,Iailf-rs, R. Mahanev, I,, Shumakerg Father Dalv, S. XVilsong XYarden llolt, Nl. Ritterg james Dyke, G. liskin. Cast of Junior Play From iff! In righl, rofw I: Iilivaheth Talmadge, li. I.ongg assistant directorg M DeI,uea. Robert lialieoek, li. Pitzerg jan Talniznlge. VI. llausman. Director, M Daily: Mrs. 'l'almady,1e, -I. Kessel. Run: ll.' Mrs. liaheoek, V. l.illardg Mr, liaheoelc li. Harden, Ed Talmadge, -I. Siehler. "I Love You Trul " 'll Love You 'l'ruly,'l the one act comedy entered hy the juniors in the play tournament, involves a young engaged couple confronted hy many hectic family problems. W . l Q 2,11-vcwuwsf ,.wu:yg,v5'g-rggegzg-,Q-5zvrrpvffvrnvzvn:2?v1f,N:i:f4w5-J-'f1:2-1-1'-'- ' ' UNA?-,I1543-ew-:T-''-'f::SgZ,1f,1y-J- -L41 'V V-V.-1.--.,.,,-.,,:,,315411, .,, , 7 J fkhzineiulexgqs- z,x2"A-'mv ,XR ,i.4-Njjj. iw' .fg'.-w':--.vw--if 1-V' Yo-A.. "' ' , . ' ,..sf" "ik-:- . , - , if.-,V .1---,r:g :l,1,1,f K. I u,.1724,,. .GX Q? a.!,Mk . ,T,.3.,,! 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A i,,,.,,..- -. -:..x., ' ' Q, Shining Hnifiznns Through thfir efforts ana' achi cowtfrl goal of rfcfizdng a place in the outstanding section of our yfarbooh. mements stztdents are able' to attain the highly 3 E T g 4 N. -' -, -J, Hy developing character. scholarship, leadership and service, students receive the reward that goes with success. Climbing the adder of success is a privilege each memher of our crew possesses. Under the supervision of Kliss Gerardine Pritchard, students strive to reach these goals of the National Honor Society. National Honor Society lrnm left In right, rum' I: li. Resser, lN1. Ritter, D, Rowley, M. Roye, M. Nieliler, P, Tzisehenhiirg. Rom' ll: G. liskin, M. llafer, F. Kenney. N. 'N'lel.nekie, R. Mears. Run: III: li. Alexander, D. Anderson, P. Brinkman, NI. Dailey. Sea Dramatists Aelrievingg the liighly coveted awards of hest actress and actor were Gail Garlitz and George lfskin. Gail portrayed Klargaret Xmes in "The Perfect Gentleman" while George played the part of Dyke, a condemned prisoner, in Wlihe Valiant." fi H. Q,-N .V V. 7-Pb Q' s 1 III' x A Good Sea Yarn "Bly town is any town U. S. A. ll, ll these words George lfskin hrought ho to our school by winning the state final: the "1 Speak for Democracy" contest. ,-.. dl N. sf-'L ,nf A ,. Kwik x 1 rx., so ,. " s Beauties uf the Sea Reigning over the hlay Day festivities, Queen Suzanne Kaiser and her eourt relleet the heauty of the sea. Surrounding the throne are twelve lovely niisses xvhose personality and charm have hrought to them the honor of attendents to Queen Suzanne. A very lovely court indeed! y ,iw Sn' ...If R. J' , 0,4- in . " x 'J 'P May queen, Suzanne Kaiser MAY QUEEN AND HER COURT Ro-to I: R. Green, twelfth grade: S. Kaiser, q111'en,' B. Thuss, twelfth grade. Rofw II: P. Daniels, eighth gradeg B. VVeaver, ninth gradeg P. Blaeklin, seventh grade: P. Harper, tenth gradeg S. Reuschel, tenth gradeg S. Deremer, eleventh gradeg -I. Kessel, eleventh gradeg N. Shipway, eighth gradeg VV, Phillips, ninth gradeg j. Bird, seventh grade. May Queen and Senior Attendants l"rnm left to riglff, JI'llfl't!.' R. Greeng S, Kaiser, queeng B. 'l'huss. Cf' ts, t ,-ef' - L Aiding Queen Susie for the special day are Shipway and P. Davis. 'S 'Q ins , ,tif Uutstaridinq Girl For her dependahility, scholarship, and feminine charm, the senior class hails Klary llailey as its outstanding girl. Mary participated in all chapters of 'llri-lli-Y and for the past two years she has heen a niemher of the lfort llill Players and was accepted in the National 'l'hespians. ln her junior year Klary was a participant in the farewell assenihly and the Klay llay pageant. This year she directed the juniors in the play tournament and was elected secretary of the National Honor Society. She is also co-husiness manager of the Sentinel. 'lio Klary, we wish all the success she so richly deserves. I f 9 '1 ! In NX 1 dv I f 1 4 J 1: 1 J .1 . 4 fy 1 i'V,- 'J v K M rl l l 'H M t U B aes Uutstaridiriq Buy Scholastic standin f leadershi v, and nersonalitv are attrihuted ls. l I . to George ltskin, senior class president, who was elected outstand- ing hoy hy the class of '55. George has heen active in Jr. Town Nleetingg and Student Council and his eftorts and accomplishments .s led hini to he selected "Boy Xlost Likely To Succeedfl He won the school, county, and state "l Speak For Democracy" contest. For outstanding work on the Sentinel staff in his junior year, "Cleo" heczune Sports lfditor in his senior year. Congratulations, ' George, and hest wishes for a future that is as successful as your school career. ini I li , wi: XXV FQ fx 4S"" I V.- . 13 1' ,' ,w K VM -1 TAA X Q il .,-' Cine! Zggx :gl-:M Rv-o j-Gigi p"" 'Q mg' i 1 '? . QL, im ok W rx viii 1- + . l' nfl. -T A w' 'wwf' "" " fmfmm l Backing the Expedition Provifling funds for the journey of "Gallant Ship, Adzwzturel' are the firms and l1u5inf55mf'n of our community adzmfrtising in the following section. Mr. Maurice and Mrs. Ruggles measure juniors for their class rings. HARVEY'S JEWELRY STORE DISTRIBUTORS OF FORT HILL CLASS RINGS 71 TAXI OFFICE Phone7I Congratulations To The CLASS OF I955 Best Wishes to the Class ot 55 A. M. JACK GROCERY Phone: I603 1304 VIRGINIA AVENUE Cumberland, Maryland SYCKES MUSIC STORE 22 NORTH CENTRE STREET Phone: 6289 LANDIS TYPEWRITER COMPANY 115 FREDERICK STREET Your Royal Standard and Portable Typewriter Dealer for Over Twenty Years Phone: WOO Xowfif iff if MEATS and GROCERIES WHOLESALE and RETAIL Phone: 545 412-417 MARYLAND AVENUE Look Toward the Future . . With the Same Good Judgment You Use When You Buy At BURTON'S. 129 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Candidates for "Miss Alpha Beka of '54" .NI CAPT. JOHN D. HENSELL, Cmdg. lsf LT. WILLIAM E. SHUCK Hqs. and Hqs. Company Company C, Cmdg. 151 BATTALION, 115th INFANTRY-MARYLAND NATIONAL GUARD You lnvesf ln- You Profit From- THE NATIONAL GUARD Keep Your Guard Up!!! Y Leff io RFQM: Sgt. Gary Brant, Pfc. WEYN,am Sriwhcft, Pvt. Edward Shmlwolt, Pvt. Thomas Soxcway af' 5755. Rwchard Shrcu l-'irc I ,'7'a:,f,f4 A41 JT .ff y I , uf rj, rs, 1, 1 L yf LV , J!! j ' ' gk 2yf,,f fl y ,fl 11 ff!! X .rv l,.!M, fcfl ,- l31..fl 1' Q! li IJ f-' ' f' -if A j 1' ,, ff CSRIGRATULATIONS 'A Q.-f' COMPLIMENTS to the of CLASS OF '55 M A R T I N ' S BEIGHTOI.'S GROCERY BALTIMORE STREET Q Jr. High Cheerleaders F-O-R-T H-I-L-L, yell the lively Jr. High Cheerleaders: D. Harper, J. Odgers, T. Harvey and N. Ship y 310 SOUTH MECHANIC STREET QUEEN CITY DAIRY, INC. Cumberland, Maryland Our Peppy Cheerleaders Drink Queen City Milk FRED C. CRABTREE 138 ELDER STREET Meafs - Groceries H. E. SMITH A Comprefe Lime of Mears - Groceries - Produce 735 OLDTOWN ROAD Phone: QI64 After the Games Visit S H A W ' S C A F E 1103 OLDTOWN ROAD Phone: 4280 Auto, Truck, Tracfor Service PAINT and BQDY WORK SHAW'S GARAGE 44 DORN AVENUE Phone: 374-M B. Reynolds sings you have the sweetest "Baby Face" io Mrs. Allamong. P R A T T 'S CONFECTIONERY AND GROCERY 251 WILLIAMS STREET Phone: 2006-R Candy - Magadnes - SchoolSuppHe MEATS OF ALL KINDS STACEY'S MARKET 51 NORTH cmms smm C U M B E R L A N D CLOAK and SUIT STORE BALTIMORE smear CUMBERLAND OPTICIANS AL Toss-1, owner 8 GREENE STREET Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 5264 K E Y S T O N E SHOE STORE, INC. 169 nmmons smear cumberlqna, Maryland KAPLON'S YOUNG MEN'S SHOP Ill 6 f! IQ CLOTHES f , ' ' 1 I 'I'I5 BALTIMORE STREET XX' 5 Omoo F ae - . f -In 5 f Electric Cooking is Preferred by OVER 60,000 HOUSEWIVES IN THIS AREA THE POTOMAC EDISON CQ. NEW YORK SHOE REBUILDERS PIERCE'S CUT RATE STORE PATSY IDONI, Proprietress . U Magazmes - Newspapers - Kodak Palms Work DOUG While YOU Wait First Aid Needs - Kleenex - Ice Cream Opposite Y. M. C. A. Soft Drinks Cumberland, MafYICnd FIRST STREET and VIRGINIA AVENUE HAIlK'S IWiARhHACY Best Wishes MARYLAND AVENUE af CENTRAL ifom All Doctors Prescri ti HAMMERSMITH'S REST AURANT p :ons Fiiled Here. Free Delivery Phone: 5300 .IOHNNY'S SERVICE JOHN J. TESTA Proprietor Mears - Groceries - Ice Cream ROUTE 4, MEXICO FARMS Compiiments Ot and F ids, Inc., NEW and USED FURNITURE MART 313 S. MECHANIC STREET Phone: 4965 W f' 'X .. A ,Liu Nia! E MV!!! r of v ry o y an coo t the art isji fghelse7IZ4ng 1 f ,if W 5 f GM SOUT IBERTV S - i M r For Electric and Piunnbing Suppiies Hardware, Paint and Glass Your Headquarters are: SCHWENNlNGER'S HARDWARE. 303 VIRGINIA AVENUE When you think ot Furniture, Pianos, Carpets and Electrical Appliances Thinicot MILLESON'S 317 VIRGINIA AVENUE Cumberland, Maryland 35 nnodei rooms of furniture - Free Parking Connphrnents ot BURKE'S RESTAURANT HINER'S MARKET Meats - Poultry - Vegetables Fruits - Groceries II7 VIRGINIA AVENUE R U H L S T U D I O S Fine Camera Portraits COMPLIMENTS OF COYLE BROTHERS SANITARY MARKET T I1 6 232 VIRGINIA AVENUE C H A N E Y Phone: Im TRANSPORTATION COMPANY CUMBERLAND AUTOMGBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATICN EILER CHEVROLET, INC. Chevrolet FRANTZ OLDSMOBILE CO. Oldsmobile POTOMAC MOTORS. INC. Chrysler-Plymouth SPOERLS GARAGE Cadillac-Pontiac WOODY GURLEY'S Dodge-Plymouth M-G-K-MOTOR CO. Nash THOMPSON BUICK CORP Buiclc ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO Ford For Better Used Cars See Your New Car Association Dealer' Real school spirit is displayed by the posters admired by G. Labor, J. Bramble, V. Lrllard and S. B This is where your SABRE goes to press," explains Mr. Schultz io S. Brown. B. Reynolds, P. Kirchner, V. Lillard, J. De Loze S. Day and N. Showrnan, shit members. Compliments of Your Armstrong Distributors FELIX HALF 81 BROTHERS, INC R. L. SCHUBERT Branch Manager C. W, DAVIDSON Representaiive Merchants Wholesale Grocery Company of Cumberland, Inc. 143 UNION STREET Phone: IZOO Distributors of Teen Queen Coffee Golden Isle Fruits - Juices Libbys Famous Foods Oreo Brand Flour Congratulations to The Class of '55 BEN FRANKLIN STORE Western Marylancl's First Selt Service 5: and IO: Sfore Best Wishes To The Class and Faculty of '55 PAT UMSTOT Cochran Paints Made Better - Last Longer SWEENE PAINT and SUPPLY 301 BALTIMORE AVENUE Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 665i Congratulations to The Class of '55 TWIGG'S GROCERY 111 NORTH cmm: smear Open Evenings and Saturdays Phone: 3068 COMPLIMENTS OF TH E G A R L A N D Psmolzum coMPANY C U M B E R I- A N D 12 w. ROBERT srnzer TIMES-NEWS Phone: 3076 105 "Good Goods Come ln Little Paclnagesll For the Finest Place to Eat in Cumberland THE S. T. LITTLE JEWELRY CO. Try the Registered Jewelers STAR RESTAURANT , . American Gem Society Congratulations to tne Class of '55 WARD N. HAUGER JEWELRY COMPANY to NORTH cmms smart Phone: 4378 CONGRATULATIONS FROM BALTIMORE and OHIO LOCAL FEDERATION No. 7 "Ten Great Local Unions Representing Seven Mighty Brotherhoods" Machinists - Boilermakers - Blaclzsmiths Sheet Metal Workers - Electricians Carmen - Laborers "Ship and Go - B. and O. ! I !" A. MUSCATELL, President K. R. ALDERTON, Secretary COLLINS STUDEBAKER GARAGE SALES and SERVICE Phone: I542 75 HENDERSON AVENUE PERRINS GROCERY 501 BALTIMORE AVENUE BEN KAMENS GEORGE KLINE It Pays To Cross Town To KLINE FURNITURE COMPANY 405 VIRGINIA AVENUE Cumberland, Maryland RUSSLER-SOUND SERVICE 432 VIRGINIA AVENUE Phone: 323I GARLITZ BROTHERS rmsr smear and GRAND AVENUE NEWCOMER'S JEWELRY STORE When you buy a watch, buy it from a Waichmaker. Formerly of the Hamilton Watch Company JOHN NEWCOMER 215 VIRGINIA AVENUE TRUITT DRUG COMPANY W. K. EDWARDS H. C, SPIKER This Pharmacy Is Your "Fortress of Health" 238 VIRGINIA AVENUE Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 364 BROADWATER'S RESTAURANT 84 AMOCO SERVICE ROUTE 2, BALTIMORE PIKE Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 6040 For Tops In Eniertainmenl Visit The CRYSTAL DRIVE-IN THEATRE Crosley BURKEY'S APPLIANCE CENTER Phone: 2l3O 150 NORTH CENTRE STREET Cumberland, Maryland Branch Store-Midland, Maryland C U M B E R L A N D WELDING sn SUPPLY COMPANY Eleclric and Acetylene Welding and Cuiiing 102 WINEOW STREET Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 47l4 S. C. TXXHGG Rod and Reel Service KING'S TACKLE SHOP 243 VIRGINIA AVENUE Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 5958 MacGregor Sports Equipment The Wilson Hardware Company 30 NORTH MECHANIC STREET "Outfitters To Champions" EPS, oui PEPSI-CCLA 71M GREENE STREET .fx 4. o n A :- "Hi, AIco!" say Elie Fort Hill fans. Getting Suzie's floai ready for Turlrey Day are H. Wagener A. Davis, B. Spencer, E. Keller and C. Sibley! When Your House Gets Old Call YOUNG'S! We specialize in Roofing and Siding. No down payments-36 Months To Pay ROUTE 3, BEDFORD ROAD MALONE'S TEXACO SERVICE 12oo vmcsmm AVENUE Lubfscafaons - Repairs Phone: mm MERTEN'S Plumbing and Heating Phone: 6507 BROWNE'S STORE 430-432 wn.uAMs smeer Compliments of Your Friendly I 1' I y SUPE ?MARKET 2 'I WINEOW STREET Cumberland, Maryland The CUT RATE SHOE STORE Tas BALTIMORE STREET Gift Headquarters for Graduates Nationally Famous Watches - Diamonds - Silverware "Budget Terms" I 0 F- . 4' fx W' 'i' 'ii 1fWf!'ELE,T9E'iEE III" an IALTIMORE sr. 'fm' B L U B A U G H ' S ESSO SERVICE STATION Tires - Batteries - Groceries 5 MILES EAST on BALTIMORE PIKE Phone: 275-W-I Ferguson Tracfors and Farm Machinery Sales and Service KIGHT'S GARAGE ROUTE 2, BALTIMORE PIKE Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 3075 CHRISTOPHER'S PHOTO LAB WHOLESALERS 732 oI.nrowN ROAD There's a Dealer In Your Neighborhood for "Better Photo Finishing By Christopher" I cunusrornrn ruoro LAI N A HP . i A f us. is av... E... ni .. For the finest in Dry Cleaning Drapes and Furniture Covers C I L. f Rugs and Upholstery Cleaning ompete Ine o Home Dressed Meats Call 3248' T101 VIRGINIA AVENUE S O U T H E N D CLEANERS and DYERS 214 VIRGINIA AVENUE Phone: 4865 Free Delivery RICHARDSON'S CARL EICHNER'S Corner of S E R V I C E S T A T I 0 N PARK and HARRISON STREETS KELLY TIRE SERVICE 'l'I9 SOUTH MECHANIC STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: 300 Cumberland's Own Tlre and Battery Headquarters NEHI BOTTUNG CUMPANY SCHWARZENBACH s B'Ofl1e'S Ol 84 YEARS OF SERVICE R. C. COLA to the NEH' MEN AND YOUNG MEN PAR-T PAK or and CUMBERLAND DIET-RITE Sugar Free Dietary Beverage S I N G E R SEWING CENTER Everything for the Lady Who Sews! Fabric, McCall Patterns and Greatest Selection ot Zippers, Buttons and Trims in Cumberland. Sewing Machine and Vacuum Cleaner Repair Station for this Area. easy," S. Atlw -eg!" f.. ,s...o,,t.. 1 K kxbk fi -ek-Q 1 . . h,b, T' sa ' A i X I-me Q ffl it Je. XI. fa 'V 22: A Q It si. E if . ' Courses In All Phases of Beauty and Beauty Culture TRI-STATE SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE 114 VIRGINIA AVENUE Cumberland - Phone: 2246 Positions Available for Graduates CRITES TRANSFER Agent-National Van, Inc. Compliments Moving: Local-Long Distance Modern Equipment - Trained Personnel of Reliable Service V Reasonable Rates Storage Facilities P A R A M 0 U N T R A D I 0 Call for Free Estimate Real' 905 GLENWOOD STREET Cumberland I8l4 Sales and Service For Cemetery Memorials ot Distinction See KITZMILLER MEMORIALS FREDERICK and GEORGE STREETS CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: 379 Over 49 Years Experience Means Your Satisfaction CONGRATULATIONS fm Y CUMBERLAND Red Rose and Purina Feed Dealer THE FARMERS FEED of 8, SUPPLY CO, VIRGINIA AvE. and SECOND STREET HARRISON and GEORGE STREETS GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND THE SOUTH EUMHEHLAND PLANING MILL EU 32 QUEEN STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND ig, Q ,... Q' ii ' E E M"""'h'e'N-s-New The Junior High Boys Glue Club features L. Proudfook singing, "Hey Therel You With the Stars in Your Eyes!" CONLON AGENCY 62 PERSHING stain H. E. We Wriie Every Form of Insurance Protection WHOLESALE MEAT DISTRIBUTOR Airline - Steamship - Rail - Tours Phone: 6768 Blue Bonnet Margarine Fleischmann's Yeast Complete Line of Delicaiessen Producis M C C 0 R M IC G R O C E R Y 138 MONROE STREET Phone: 5927 Fresh Meats - Produce - Groceries Phone: 5527 Compliments ot FIFTH STREET GROCERY MRS. E. LEWIS, Proprietor Compliments of LIBERTY CLEANERS Plant on Corner of WILLIAM Gnd WINEOW STREETS Phone: 2009 Branch Office-5 North Centre Street SYKES STYLE SHOP Special Attention to Juniors l5-l5l Sports Wear, Dresses, Suits. Coats and Evening Wear Open II A. M. to 9:00 P. M. everyday 805 MARYLAND AVENUE Phone: 2026 SUPER 40 DRIVE IN POST OFFICE BOX 1087 Cumberland, Maryland Phone: 3448 Get the Best - Get Sealfesf EDWARDS PIC 81 PAY MARKET Phone: SI74-R 1306 RIVER AVENUE Meafs - Groceries - Produce We give "S Er H" Green Stamps BEST WISHES to the Class of '55 From LATHRUM'S MARKET Your Neighborhood Food Sfore 403 E. OLDTOWN ROAD Phone: 2050 CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND We Get Our Vim from Liberty Milk! L I B E R T Y MILK COMPANY 5th and RACE STREETS CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: l068 Senior High Cheerleaders "Two-bifs, four-bib," cry our peppy cheerleaders A L pl y J. Gerlih, M. Newman, S. Hixenloeugh, D. Griffth d S. Mor ris. 'F K fvj we WTB ,,1""'f5H'ff'l" enbaum' A Tri-State lnsfifufion Since 1848 lldfilm' 6 mm Q J, Hundred cans of 'food for the needy were packed by P. Brinkman, J. Randall, B. Hill, W. Siurtz, P. Taslmenberg S. Morris, C. Findlay and L. Grahame. 1 MUSHEY'S BARBER SHOP B. 8. O. Y. M. C. A. VIRGINIA AVENUE Exclusive Service T R I - S T A T E TOWEL and COAT SERVICE Corner FREDERICK ST. and REGINA AVE. Cumberland, Md. Representative, GLENN K. DAVIS Phone: 244 B. Rice congratulates J. Garlrtz, Miss Alpha-Beta, for her splendid portrayal of "Myrile." C 0 L L I N S G. M. C. TRUCK COMPANY HG. M. C." Truck and School Buses "Case" Tractors and Farm Machinery "New Holland" l-lay Handling and Forage Machinery ROUTE 40, EAST CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: 822-.I Vx .J .N f jf ia XR fi ' Rr! ff!-I if . X U 'V J f-1 I , D .J Q ll J lg 1 X f X Rf X Agri Pi my xr ffm xy A X . IJ. W Rlvy 70 , i l X i If l -I' ' A D. p ' . ,, J r K YL W , K, rf' Wise Potato Chips - Can't Beat 'em For Flavor LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE R. C. uSlworly" MARKER 522 WILLIAMS STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: 5272 SOUTH END MARKET l'l. K. POLING, Proprietor Meats - Groceries - Produce 414 VIRGINIA AVENUE CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: 739 ? For 4,441 5- Call 1, Xi? .Q z FRANK J. DAVIS Registered Master Plumber Plumbing - Heating Gas Conversions Furnace Cleaning - Sewer Cleaning Gas Fitting Cumberland 294 613 MARYLAND AVENUE SHIPWAY'S MOTOR EXPRESS THE H O U T CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Hauling and Excavating MARION and MONROE STREETS P. O. Box 1304 - CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE FROSTBURG, MARYLAND A Friendly College and one that holds an enviable record in the state in the preparation ot teachers R. BOWEN l-IARDESTY, President Call Frostburg 296 for further information. como-RATuLATioNs to the CGMPLIMENTS 1955 GRADUATES from OF Rddib Cumberldhd STREETS PAINT AND W T B 0 som! sl-lov 1450 on your Dial 1-V IQ!!! r N 0 When Serving, Be Sure Il"s 9 Ice Cream Qualify and Service Since 1878" PATRONS To the patrons whose generous support made possible padded covers for this edition of the SABRE, the staff extends sincere thanks. Your active interest and encouragement gave continuing inspiration to the production of the SABRE of l955. Christine Alderton Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. George P. Appel Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Aronholt Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Ballou Dr. and Mrs. Norman L. Barger Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Beckman Joseoh R. Benson Bernie's Atlantic Service Station R. L. Bigler Franlilin Delano Bishop Alice Blaclrlin Mr. Wayne Boor Miss Boughton Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bramble Leslie and Shirley Brintman Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brintman Betty Broadstoclfs Parents Twila R. Brotemartle Bert B. Browne J. H. Browne Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burgess Glenn H. Burtett Mary M. Calemine Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cavanaugh Franlrlin R. Cessna Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Chase Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Combs Miss McCulley Mrs. Eva Mae Crabtree Arthur S. Davis, Jr. Roy E. Deremer Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Diclren Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Diclren M. Carolyn Dunlap Mrs. R. H. Dunn Hilda and Joyce Durbin Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Eaton Frank Eaton Charles F. Eberly James Engle Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Eshelman Dr. and Mrs. Albert Eslrin Alice Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fisher Mrs. Anna Free A Friend Alfred Fritz Curtis Gilpin Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Grimm, Jr. Mrs. John T. Hadley Harold B. Hanson Yvonne Harper Cassie W. Hast Mr. and Mrs. Franlr Hausman Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Heclrert James E. Higgins. Jr. Mrs. Marion Hilton Mrs. Nellie B. Hilton Thomas R. Hinds I Mr. and Mrs. William Hixenbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Holler Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Hornbroolr Gordon Hovatter Yola V. Hudson Mrs. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Imes Richard Imes Jr. Girls Glee Club J. V. Cheerleaders Mr. and Mrs. John F. Keller Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Kolb William M. Leeson Jane Legge Mr. and Mrs. George Leply Lewis and Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Guy Liller Barbara and Bobby Llewellyn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Llewellyn Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Long Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Luttrell Bob Martin Leona Martin Mary Martin Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald George McGaughey Calvin J. McMillion John R. McViclrer Roberta and Teresa Miller Patty and Jane Mitchell Mr. J. R. Moore Thomas Murphy Norma and Pat, co-editors Mr.-and Mrs. Howard L. Northcralt Mrs. Inez Norton Mrs. James L. Often Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pate J. T. Pellerzi Karl G. Perry Pixie Shop Carlton F. Polan Miss Pritchard's Homeroom Mr. and Mrs. Fred Purnell Mr. and Mrs. John Radcliffe Gertrude Ranct John Reed Lenore K. Resser Martha Rice Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Riggleman Ozella Robertson Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Robinette Walter Robinette Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Robinson Mrs. Lucille Roeder Sabre Staff Mr. George Saum Mrs. Elva Schade Veronica Schleitman Mr. and Mrs. Shinnamon Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Shercliff Rosalie C. Shobe Mrs. Bernadice Smith Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Smith Helen Smith Sophomore Class South End Cleaners Don Squires Mrs. Rose Sweigert Mr. and Mrs. Karl Teschenberger Naomi R. Teter Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thuss Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thwaites Mrs. 'William Tubbs, Jr. Uncle Walt, Aunt Ruth. J.R. 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