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

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,-A THE SABRE it I Presented by the CLASS of 1959 Fort Hill High School Cumberland, Maryland "LAND OF THE RED RAIDERS" The semor class proudly present and o Re Ralders, ln whlch are recorded th y ev s and etlvltre of the 1958 59 school year Thls bo gives reco tlon to the p l and OI'gHI11Z3t1OHS of the Fort H1 Hlgh Sch l trlbe who have achleved remar ble success Th1s trlbe er1ved 1ts na e rom the fort that once 0 cupledf the s1te on whi Fort H1ll lgh School, the ampmg ground, is now located though the ty warrlo ar hunt, they c urvey the1 worlc Wltll prlde ments w1ll laene lt the trlhe r any moons endlng thelr great e1r accomplzs N 'Aka' ,.+'-,k,,,,.,.,- A be fs"""'?"' ,H W -xxx 3,1 7 4 ns- 1i"""'- be 'Kraeg 5-427-3-. sr we M ,E ff 'g ef-Q'-fee if Q ,Q .Ax X' fy' K "' QEWMQKX. X f if f W lllllkw if Wg F K X fi M uf? 0,440 me ' 3 -'di M f img, ,eggiif 4-Aw R fx y3 5 YNNM,,f"MQ X-M-v....,X .J Cm Qwfbglf X -e-Q---4'-QZD " milpa?-slr aux . 4, 4 h d .. 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During his coaching career, Coach '6Bobby', has displayed an infinite ca- pacity for work which has inspired his teams to establish many enviable records in the field of athletics. His recent retirement marks the end of a thirty year career as basketball coach, although he plans to continue coaching baseball. The class of 1959 is proud to dedicate the SABRE to Coach "Bobby." N-4 D on? pf? 3 'Y' s The happy Cavanaugh family f 3 K X mb Ak WIIINSQH' -M2151 u'xXW-Q' fM1futlKXXNSQs WHUKXKXXS X 'NX gs W! AEE1ev1ng the supreme df, all "Young Braves" PCWERFUL cHlEFTAlNs M WILLIAM DILLON HAHN Academic Class President 43 Football I,2,3,4g Track I,2,3,4Q Basketball lg Student Council 3: National Honor Society 3,43 Prom Commit- tees 233,43 Science Club 3,4. "The heart to conceive., the understanding to direct, and the hand to execute." W. Hahn President E L- . ,,'-' if 4. 1959 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS - Row I: Mr. Carl Ritchie, Financial Adviser3 Mrs. Eileen Steele, Social Adviser. Row II: Patricia Mitchell, Secretaryg Patricia Bittner, Treasurer. Row III: Charles Robinson, Vice President3 Wil- liam Hahn, President. P. Mitchell Secretary . PATRICIA ANN MITCHELL ' Academic Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Treasurer 43 Class Secretary 'A' 2,4Q "Sabre" 3, Activities Editor 43 Sweet- heart Queen Attendant 3g Ushers 2,3, President 43 Jr. Town Meeting 3,43 Student Council 2, Senate 4g Farewell Assembly 3,43 'J' Prom Committees 2,3,4. 'is , "Happy and gay, always laughing." tt. ' - ,..,.,a CHARLES EDWARD ROBINSON Q. Academic -417' gi Hi-Y 2,3,43 "Sentinel" Sports Editor 4g 4, t ' ' Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2 V 3,43 James Turner Award 33 Prom Commit- . tees 2,3343 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Outstand- ing Boy 4. "A good personality is the salt of life and a sense of humor is the pepper." C. Robinson Vice President THE SENIOR CLASS As another year comes to a close, members of the senior class are rich with memories. Guided by their motto, "He who is humble ever shall have Cod to be his guidef, the seniors were successful in all their undertakings. Mr. Carl Ritchie and Mrs. Ei- leen Steel, advisors, assisted with the annual class play and the Senior Farewell Assembly. Pastel shades, fwhite rose buds, and the soft strains of 4'Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," highlighted the senior prom with its plantation theme. P. Bittner Treasurer PATRICIA ANN BITTNER Academic Class Treasurer 2,3,43 "Sabre" 2,3, Adver- 3 tising Manager 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3Q Thespians 4g Fort Hill Players 43 Play Toumaments 2,3, gg Assistant Director 43 Girls State 43 May I Day 3,43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Ushers 1,2, 5, 3,4. . ' "Life is too short to waste." Class Vice President 43 Jr. Town Meeting 2g qi... 45 N. I x , I , l , A iv "' 3 1. .75 4- ,, 1' gn .E I " .V - A A D n - ul , . 1 Y. - Q-A ' n.-- wk lx I A W' I 4? AW? A It 3 fi? tal 15 . K ' I its :li .. 'f Wit' 2 iff ' I , - G. Abbott W. Adams P, Alkire B. Allender L. Athey R. Athey GEORGE HOLMES ABBOTT MARGARET JEAN BAKER Academic General Senior High Glee Club 2,3,4. Fort Hill Players 3,43 Monitors 3,45 Play "Not too sober, not too gay, Tournaments 2,3, Assistant Director 45 Glee But a good fellow in every way." Club lg Jr. Farewell 3g May Day 3. WILLIAM LESTER ADAMS "Great souls have wills to guide them." C0,,,me,cia1 DONALD CHARLES BARNES Football Manager 3,4g Fort Hill Players 4g - Genefffl . prom Committees SA, lfort Hill Players 4g Projection Crew 1,2,3,4. "What is life without wine, women, and Youth 15 Wh0llY experimental- sono?" W ' ' U WILMA JEANNE BARNES PAUL EDWARD ALKIRE A-011467750 Academic Glee Club 2,3g Choir 3,4g May Day 3,4-g Play Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Choir 2,3,4g All Stare Cho- Toumament-S Chairman 334: F Ort Hill Players rus 3,4-g All County Chorus 2,3,4g Ensemble 3,43 Tl1CSP1fiH5 43. M0l'llt0l'S 3,43 TTCZSUFCF l,2,3,4g Senior Quartet l,2,3,4g May Day 2, 4? JT- TOWH Meetmg 33 All C0l1l1tY Ch0Tl15 3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. 2,43 FH-TCWFll ASSf?mblY.3,4-. y "My heart is warm with the friends l makef' A gglafkllng PUTSUH3-l1tY 15 01195 greatest asse . eg -ut, Q ROSALIE CECLIA AULT QIQ f General x A., Library 2 g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3. gn? "She is gentle, that doth gentle deeds." K mn " I WILLIAM AARON AVEY -A O ' ,- ' General a , d B 5 Bowling 4. '6Silence is the vital atmosphere in which A H friendship thrives." R- Alllt BOBBIE JEAN ALLENDER ELIZABETH LOIS BARTLETT W- AVCY General Academic Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Student Council 35 Choir Band l,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 2,3g Farewell lg Projection Crew 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting Assembly 4.h flf 3.4. 'iVariety is t e spice O i e." "If work interferes with good times, quit work." LEONARD BEARD, JR. LARRY CLIFTON ATHEY Vocational AClldCmiC Projection Crew 3,45 Clee Club 2,3y4- "The surest way not to fail is to be de- "Mf3ffllY, H1ef1'llY, I live-" termined to succeed." RONALD HERMAN ATHEY THOMAS WILLIAM BENSON Academic Vocational "Be.merry and gay: youth comes but once a Projection Crew 1234. llfeflmf- "Laugh and the world laughs with you." M. Baker D. Barnes W. Barnes E. Bartlett L. Beard T. Benson .4 ' . ,, . ' ' t f 1 5 Xanax 1' lv' 5 5-5 5 K Q' , - if . - - f". gg ie- :Y 2' ---. if- "' I I Ii.. KL. f- .. I nk 1' -J 4 ml. .ff , Y-.f C. Berry M D. Blank 1 .e C. Bohrer fa . , -,-K, T47 T. Breighner N. Brill 'GNC' CAROL JANE BERRY Commercial Projection Crew l,2,3g Library l,2,3,4. "The right way seems the more reasonable!" SHIRLEY RUTH BIBLE General May Day 3,4g Fort Hill Players 3,4. "Her kindness is dearer and better than goldf' DONNA JEAN BLANK Commercial Student Council lg Jr. Town Meeting 3g Monitors 3g Chaplain 33 Student Director 4, Historian 4g Fort Hill Players 3,43 Thespians 3, Secretary 4, "Don Quixote" 3g May Day 3,4g Play Tournaments 3,4-g Tri-Hi-Y 3g Fare- well Assembly 3,4g Prom Committees 3,4. "Happy as the day is long." 1 I f I 'W . . ...L 'A ' 51.3 I f V I if' , :xxx T. Boyd L. Boyer DOROTHY JANE BLUBAUGH Commercial Band l,2,3, President 4g National Honor So' ciety 3,4g Cashier 3,4-g All County Band 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,4g All State Band 4. "No wealth is like a quiet mind." CAROL JEAN BOHRER Commercllzl Cheerleader lg Mimeograph Staff 4g Town Meeting 2,3,4g National Honor Society 4. "Sparkling and light as the very sunlight. THOMAS VINCENT BOYD Commercial "Sabre" 43 National Honor Society 4. "It is a wise head that makes a still tongue." LORNA DALE BOYER General "A smile is the whisper of a laugh." at as GARY LEON BRANT General Good humor is the health of the s0ul.', MARIE ELAINE BREHM Commercial Basketball 2g Monitors 3, Student Director 4. "The heart has eyes the brain knows nothing of." GEORGE WALTER BRAY General "Joys are our wingsg sorrows are our spurs." TRUMAN MASON BREICHNER, JR. General "Sing away sorrow, cast away care." N. 2 at 21 if z f l x G. Brant G. Bray ALDEN MCKENZIE BREWER General Choir 4g Glee Club 4g Ensemble 4. 'They like him most who know him best." NANCY ELLEN BRILL Academic Choir 2.3,4g Clee Club l,2,3,4g May Day 2g Farewell Assembly 4, Prom Committees 3, 4g Ensemble 2g Sextet 2g Ushers l.2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. "Happiness consists of activity - such is the constitution of our nature." HUGH HARMON BRINKMAN General Stage Crew 2,3,4. "He that has patience can have what he will." S. Bible Wig D. Bluhaugh 02 f .. . 1 , as Q M. Brehm , 'TTT 1 st, o ..... t' K A. Brewer H. Brinkman x M VIVIAN 'VIAY BRINKMAN M Bnnkman S Broadwater B Brown N , 'sur Y' 'inf Calhs C Cames fi 1- i' Sv 4 General Faxr words never hurt the tongue GILBERT FERN BRISSON .IR General Play Tournaments 34- Projectnon Crew 34 .lr Town Meetmg 4 Sc1ence Club 34 Fort H111 Players 4 Teen Page CoEd1tor 4 H1 Y 4 Farewell Assembly 4 May Day 4 4 May Day 4 To be great IS to be misunderstood SANDRA ELLEN BROADWATER Commerctal Prom Commlttees 234 Fort H111 Players 34 Thesplans 4 May Day 234 Student Counc11 1 ,lr Town Meetlng 2 Majorette 1 2 Captam 3 Farewell Assembly 34 bre 4 Tr1H1Y 2 Play Toumaments3 C0 Dlrector 4 Her glowmg sm11e and fnendlmess IS equal to her eharmm personallty F Brown F Brown SHIRLEY EVELYN BROOKS Academzc L1hra1y 234 Glee Club 2 Morutors 34 .lr Town Meetmg 4 A soft answer turneth away wrath BARBARA SUE BROWN Academtc Band 23 Momtor 1 Tr1 H1Y 1 2 Offzce 4 It s n1ce to be natural 1f your naturally nlce FRANK .IEREMIAH BROWN General If work xnterferes w1th good t1mes do away w1th work HILDA GRACE BROWN Commerczal Glee Club 1 She 15 gentle that doth gentle deeds ROSALIE ANN BROWN Academu: Nat1onal Honor SOCICIY 34 Sentmel 2,3 4 Sabre CoL1tera1'y Ed1tor 3 L1terary Edxtor 4 Ushers 1234 Momtors 1 Play Tournaments 24 Co cha1rman 3 May Day 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 23 Farewell Assembly 4 Semor Counc1l 4 Fort H111 Players Co-treasurer 4 Work loaf play and love and the great est of these IS love SANDRA ANIN BRUNER General Glee Club 234 Monltor 34 Llbrary 34- Farewell Assembly 3 Wlt and wxsdom are born w1th the person CHARLES RICHARD BURCAW Academic Band 1 234 All County Band 34 Sclence Club 34 Jr Town Meetmg 234 The more he heard the less he spoke R Brown S Bruner DANIEL EDWARD CALLIS General Jr Town Meetlng 4 Track 4 Basketball 4 Men of few words are the best men ALBERT LEO CAMPBELL Academzc Basketball 1234 Baseball! Manager 12 Projectlon Crew 12 Glee Club 1 Jr Town Meetmg 4 Laugh anld the world laughs wxth you EDWARD CHARLES CARNES V ocanonal Jr Town Meetmg 234 The he1ghts by great men reached and kept were not attamed by sudden fhght. WILWIA AILENE CARTER Academic Treasurer of NHRI 1 TIIPIIY 234 .lr Town Meetmg 2 May Day 4 Good sense and good nature are a rare com bmatlon Brxsson Brooks cad' tr" Burcaw A Campbell W Carter X 'D f I I-g -13 5, . I 5 ,f A 14 - 11 - - , as - 11 ,, - A ' Y 9 I ,M . H ,, . . . 1- . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 4 f 1 1 ' 1 1 . ' I ' 'I '- . n ' X Y 1 1 1 1 f . . Q . 5 df ' 1 1 , Q ss , Q ' . ' . 1 1 1 : , , , - 11 ' n ' ' ' 1 - 1 ' I - G. 1 Q . 44' I . ,, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 at - 1 ' 5, . . - n A Q.. . . 1 V' 1 1 1 I f K 1 5 ' . Q G jx, 9. -ip -ua 1 ' ' ' Y as ' ' F ,, , 3 , 3 Sa- , 3 ,K ff . -, -, . I Q .V 1 1 I , . 1 1 1 2 I 1 I I H . . . . . , ' 1 1 K ff , 1 , , , , , . x- . U . ,, sr "' Y c ' ' , fag. ,, 1 . - ff, 1.ff"'1 'N I 1 ' . f .2 1 ,' ' 20 ' M' mv .- ,, ekux s . ' ' , Q' , Q 1- 'X 1 A , 5' , , ., I, Q 9 . , 'fn 7 ' ' 1 , Wy V 1 F e J' K K fag, 'wr fn ra v 9 ,J ' cv K Aa 1 ' ' 'ua ' '-0 1. xg . ' -.,- ' ' xwmxv W' , , -r ,, I -ff V 1 1' ye tg A ' V R ' Q . ' , I u 1 9 I V 7 Y Y Y Y I ' Y I f 3 ' LG X 'Y " sc 1, - 'Q 1 . ' 1 ',. , -1- .,-.--. C - f ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 W ' 1 I 1 - K 'V 1 . u ' - s . p ' . 1 1 N , ,' ' ' , ' ' , ,: cs - ln . '- ' 0 41 . , , . 64 ' 64 . . . , - - 11 ' I7 I . . . . Q ' ' , , Q . U 1 A . ' ss ' - ' 11 - I ,, 0 - 11 U ' ' . ' S f lx ' ' ., . :K , It 'J . N- - I , gan as F .., 1 9 1 X. J , R 1 . ' x 2372 sg l1"'v75f - l -41 if ...aff ' 1, , N1 :Ks -ff-3 J ,, M! C. Chinault no 'Dx ' Q f .4 3 fix ww... CW' .X xwf Qt E. Clark C. Conrad K F? W- , ,.v -.' E. Comwell C. Coimihan Q , hs. 1 f, CAROL HELEN CHINAULT Academic Ifibrary 1,23 Ushers 2,3,43 Office 2,33 "Sen- tinel" 2,3,43 Prom Committees 2g Play Tour- naments 2. ".lolly and gay, happy and true." MARLA FAITH CHRISTMAN Commercial Monitors 2,3,4. "True greatness consists in being great in little things." U .. .1 .I. Clay R. Cleggett EARL EUGENE CLARK Vocational Bowling Club 3,4. "I make the most out of all that comes." .IANET LEE CLAY Commercial Glee Club 13 Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,43 Fare- well Assembly 4. "Sweetness and gaiety are found in this small package." ROBERT WILLIAM CLEGGETT General "The very peak of courtesy." SONIA CLITES General Cafeteria 2,334-. "Kindness is the key that unlocks hearts." MARY LOUISE COAKLEY Academic Glee Club l,2,3,43 Monitors 1,2,3,4Q Jr. Town Meeting 43 Farewell Assembly 3,4-. "One who is not afraid to paddle her ow'n canoe." FRANCIS HUNTER COFFMAN Acadenub Fort Hill Players 43 Thespians 4. "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men CHARITY RUTH CONRAD Commercial Majorette 1,2, Co-captain 33 Library 13 Tri- Hi-Y, Vice President 1,2, President 33 Moni- tors 13 Glee Club 23 All County Chorus 23 May Day 2,3,43 Prom Committees 2,3,43 Play Tournaments 23 "Sabre" 2, Faculty Editor 3, Se.nior Editor 43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Stu- dent Council 4. "A friend in need is a friend indeed." S. Clites M. Coakley MARY ELIZABETH COOLEY Acadffmic Choir 2,3,4-3 Clee Club 233,43 Play Touma- ments 4g Fort Hill Players 3,43 Thespians 43 Jr. Town Meeting 43 May Day 43 All County Chorus 2. "What is life without variety." ELAINE MARIE CORNWELL Academic Student Council 3, Senate 43 Ushers 1,2,3, 43 "Sentinel" 3,43 "Sabre" 43 Tri,-Hi-Y 43 Office 3g Prom Committees 2,3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Senior Council 43 National Honor Society 4. "The most essential thing for happiness is the gift of friendship." LAWRENCE VERNON COSGROVE Vocational Football 3,43 Track 1,2,3,4. "It is well for one to know more than he says." GENE WALTER COUNIHAN Academic Class Vice-President 2,33 Football 2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 Hi--Y 2, Treasurer 3, President 43 Play Toumaments 2,3,4-3 Thespians 3, Treasurer 43 Student Council 1,2,33 May Day 43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Band 13 Prom Committees 2,3,43 Senior Council 4: Jr. Town Meeting 2. "It matters not how long a man lives, but how." GARY LEO CRABTREE General Hi-Y 43 Jr. Town Meeting 2,4. "Laughter and cheerfulness throw light on any day 'Q I 1 ii ., ! 1 is :- , '-ii i-'Aw ' "Q LJ, B. Cramer as , 11 'li 1 PAT' . 3 Xe-' 4 K T. Crowfis P. Daniels I '35 v C. Davis P. Donahue 3 if g . 4? ' fb BARBARA ANN CRAMER Academic Band 1,2,3,43 Monitor 33 Farewell Assembly 3. "Gentle to hear, kindly to judge." BARBARA ELLEN CROSS Commercial Fort Hill Players 3,4Q Jr. Town Meeting 43 "Sabre" 43 Football Queen Attendant 43 May Court 4. "A perfect woman, nobly planned to warm, to comfort. and command." THOMAS WILLIAM CROWFIS General Choir 2. . "Little people prove great friends.' RONALD JOSEPH DAHL General Band 1.2,3, Vice President 43 All County Band 3,4. 'KMany a true word is spoken in jest." PATRICIA LOUISE DANIELS Academic Majorettc 2.3, Captain 43 Fort Hill Players 3, Co-President 43 Class Secretary 3g Thes- pians 4g Ushers 2,4, Treasurer 33 Clee Club l.2Q Student Council 2,43 May Day 2.3.42 Farewell Assembly 3,43 .Ir. Town Meeting 4. "No care beyond today." ALICE PAYE DAVIS General 'IA little fvn is never out of place.' 1 ,.. I , 5 i f' 'Q ...f 4, ., w . V ' Q .-il, ' .fs-I-. 4 I A -t. 1 1 S. Davis T. Davis CHARLES LOUIS DAVIS General All who know him, like him." SHIRLEY JEANETTE DAVIS Commercial Basketball 2. "A good laugh is sunshine in the world." THOMAS WILLIAM DAVIS General Football 1,2.3, Co-Captain 4g Track 1,2,3,4. "The harder you throw down a football and a good character, the higher they rebound." EDWARD DANIEL DAWSON General Bowling 2.3,4. "Long will live his friendliness." .IOHN LEWIS DELAC-RANGE Academic Football 13 Track lg Baseball 3,4-3 Hi-Y 3,43 Basketball 43 National Honor Society 4. "He is a quiet person who accomplishes much." MAXINE JOYCE DELOZIER Commercial Ushers 2.3.4, Head Usher 13 "Sabre" 2, Un- derclass Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Student Council 43 Majorette l,2, Co-Captain 3g May Day 2.43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Clee Club 23 All County Chorus 23 Choir 2g Prom Committees 2,3.43 Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer 2,3, Vice President 33 Prom Committees 2,3,4. "He climbs highest who helps another up.', PAUL FRANCIS DONAHUE General "A light heart lives long." E. Dawson J. Dela Grange CAROL ANN DUNLAP Academic National Honor Society 3,43 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, 4: Science Club 3, Secretary 43 Ushers I. 2.3.43 Clee Club 2. Accompanist 3,41 Choir Ar-companist 3,43 "Sentinel" 2, Co-Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Prom Committees 3,43 Ensemble Accompan- ist 3.43 Play Tournament 33 "Woodmen of the World", History Medal 33 Correspondent to Teen Age Conversation Piece 4. "Her aim is perfection. Her motto: there never lived a perfect man." I' sm 5 A ,,L In in ' ' Y 5, Q B. Cross , .F ' ' !es,,,g,,, Sa A .xt FQ ,-..f Au. ti, R. Dahl A. Davis , X '33 " .X B. 15, ' ff- M. De Lozier C. Dunlap as Z.. H.. 'Z at 'fzfls w -...ff ,I Q G. Dyche 'TS X TV 2 C. Evans G. Fansler .s 4 .,.'- :Saw 'M' ,eq " Q-. -an ' Q R. Fisher D. Gillum X offs' 'f' 'E 5- GEORGE EARL DYCHE Vocational Stage Crew 2,3,4. "A hard worker, full of zestg he is bound for much success." ROBERT LEE ERICKSON Academic Track l,2,3,43 Hi-Y 4. "You have not fulfilled every duty unless you have fulfilled that of being pleasantf' CHARLES FREDERICK EVANS General '6Silence is a true friend who never betrays him." EDNA LORRAINE EVANS Commercial "Sabre," 43 Library l,2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2Q Student Council 1,2. "Small in stature, big in heart." GEORGE EDWARD FANSLER Vocational "A little nonsense now and then is good for the soul." JUDITH ANN FISHER Academic Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,43 Glee Club lg Play Touma- ments 2,3 Director 43 Jr. Town Meeting 2,43 "Sabre" 23 "Sentinel" 2,3, Feature Editor 43 Fort Hill Players, Treasurer 3g Thes- pians 3, President 4g "Don Quixote" 33 Prom Committees Chairman 2,3,4Q May Day 3,4Q Farewell Assembly 3,4. "A combination of dignity and innocence is rare. , -fzvmq Jef' X, , ,....f- xt ' K. Fletcher .I. Gable RONALD HARRY FISHER Vocational 'CA little nonsense. now and then is relished by the best of men." KENNETH EUGENE FLETCHER General "lt is better to be happy and wise." JOHN PAUL CABLE 'fee at General Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,4. "Long will live his friendliness." IDA MAE GALLIHER Commercial Ushers l,2,3,43 Monitors 1,23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 33 Prom Committees 2,3,43 Fort Hill Players 3, Co-President 4g Thespians 43 Play Tournament 2,3, Director 43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 May Day 2,3,43 Senior Council 43 "Sabre" 43 Drum Majorette 3. THOMAS LEE GETZ Academic Glee Club 2,3,43 Field Workers 43 Farewell Assembly 4g Basketball 2,3,4, "A good laugh is sunshine in the world." PATRICIA CARROLL GIBSON Academic Library 1,23 Jr. Town Meeting 43 Fort Hill glayers 43 Farewell Assembly 43 Monitors "A soft answer turneth away wrath, but grievous words stir up anger." ' , .'l. is 4 Q5 I. Galliher T. Getz DELORIS BETTY GILLUM General Basketball l,2,3,43 Glee Club lg Ir. Town mating 2,3,4. "A smile that won't come off." DORIS RUTH GILLUM General "Jolly and gay, happy and true." -M. K H., up , mix R. Erickson ,q u . ' ' ig ,L ew K A , E. Evans .I. Fisher v rx 3 A -G.. f., Ives.- f' 3' 't .. 'U I IE f'-n P. Gibson D. Gillum -os 9. Q . .... s WZ. I LC, is H. Gillum .ar 9 S. Grant J. Hammond q....- 2 11 1 C. Hanawalt C. Harbaugh it aan- HAROLD RUSSELL GILLU M General "He brings sunshine to a shady place." DURWARD BARTLETT GRAHAM General "A good man is the best friend." i -3 Q, Fa: " Q. K. Gray R. Grim SONJIE MARIE GRANT Commercial "A friendly heart is the truest wisdom." KENNETH RICHARD GRAY Vocational Football 4g Track 1,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4g Farewell Assembly 4. "Men are only boys grown tall." RONNA LEE GRIM Academic Tri-Hi-Y 1, Secretary 2,4, Chaplain 39 Stu- dent Council 4, Secretary 3g "Sabre" 4: "Sentinel" 3,43 Ushers 1,2,3,4g Farewell As- sembly 3,4g Prom Committees 3,49 Football Queen Attendant 4g National Honor Society 4. "I have a heart with room for every joy." FLOYD ANSON GRIMM General Football 2,3g Track 2,33 Student Council 3,45 Hi-Y 3,4g Glee Club 1. "A winner never quits and a quitter never wins. RONALD JOSEPH GROSS General "I would be true for there are those who trust me." SANDRA KAY GURTLER A Academic Choir 2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 2.3,4g 'I 4'-as 5. Ushers l,2,3,4g Fort Hill Players 3,43 Thes- x' pians 4g May Day 3,4g Farewell Assembly , I 3.4-g Jr. Town Meeting 43 National Honor X Society 4. ' y "Sparkling heart, a cheerful smile and a happy heart all the while." D. Graham , 539313, ' ' , .mfr ,No A , ' 'H' v ,-P ' M .N Lil 'E V .KS 4 4 - ,T f W ,ra 3, X' V F. Grim R. Gross S. Gurtler J. Hampson JAMES CARROLL HAMMOND General Baseball 2,3,4g Football 3,43 May Day 3. "Sing away sorrowg cast away care." .. QR. . A JAMES LEE HAMPSON '- Academic Hi-Y 3, Vice President 45 Baseball 2,3,4g , Jr. Town Meeting, President 4g Student Council Senate 3,4g Intramural Sports 3, ' , Director 4, May Day 1,2. 'ff i "Good as gold and true as steelf' JRE" CHARLES WILLIAM HANAWALT General Band I,2,3,4. "A good man is the best friend." VIVIAN LEIGH HANAWALT 1? Academic Fon Hill Players 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4g "Sentinel" fs 'W' 2,3,4g May Day 45 Library Club 1,23 Office ' 1.2g Prom Committees 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meet- I ing 1.2,3,4g Student Council 4. V' Hanawah "Deeds, not words." CALVIN DEVAIN HARBAUGH General Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,4. "Don't go away mad, just go awayin G. Harmon GAY ANN HARMON Commercial "Her quiet personality will leave a deep and lasting impression." "JN Q . 4, ff f R. Hausman Az? "E Y, , F. Hite. R. llollar 1" t, ..,,. ""'It1's .l. Hendricks W. Henry ROBERT GILBERT HAUSMAN General Band 2,3,4g All County Band 3,45 Jr, Town Meeting 3. "A friendly heart is the truest wisdom." .IULIA CATHERINE HENDRICKS Academic Choir Accompanist 2,3,4g Glee Club Accom- panist 1,2,3,4g May Day 3,4-g Prom Commit- tees 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4g Farewell As- sembly 4g National Honor Society 4. "She is gentle that doth gentle deeds." WALTER LEROY HENRY Academic Football I,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Track 1,2, 3,44 Jr, Town Meeting 1,2,33 "Sentinel" 3,45 Student Council 1,2g National Honor Society 3, President 4g Hi-Y 4, Chaplain 33 Fare- well Assembly 3,4g Prom Committees 2,3,4g Science Club 3,45 Senior Council 4. "In thy face I see the map of honor, truth, and loyalty." RONALD ELLSWORTH HIGSON General "Why worry? You may as well enjoy your- self." BARBARA JEAN HIMES Commercial National Honor Society 3,4g Jr. Town Meet- ing 4. "Silence is a vital atmosphere." MARY LOU HINDS Academic Band 1,2,3,4g Ushers 3,45 Fort Hill Players 3, All County Band 3,4g Prom Committees 3,43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 May Day 3,4g National Honor Society 4. "The surest way not to fail is to be. deter- mined to succeed." FLORENCE RUTH HITE Commercial "Everything a friend should be." E. Holler J. Holshey 9 . "" I , . t K 95. 4 ff ,- JU" ov" R. Higson B. Himes .IUDITH ANN HOENICKA Commercial Ushers 1,2,3,4-3 Glee Club l,2,3g Farewell Assembly 3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 2.4. "The endearing elegance of female friend- ship." RITA ANN HOLLAR Academic Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Monitors 3,43 Library 2,3, 4g Farewell Assembly 3,4g Student Council Ig Jr. Tovm Meeting 4. "It sfems to be it's only noble to be good." ELMER DOUGLASS HOLLER Academic Band l,2,3g Student Council l,2,3, President 43 Ili-Y 3,4g Science Club Vice President 44 Ir. Town Meeting l,2,4g Prom Committees 2, 3.4g Ahwenasa Club 1. "The clearest head and the sincerest heart." JOYCE ANN HOLSHEY Commercial Ushers 1,2,3g Football Queen 4g Basketball 2.3.45 May Court I,2,3g May Queen 4g Na- tional Honor Society 4. "The good is always beautiful, the beautiful is good." MICHAEL LEONARD HOLSHEY Academic Football 1,2,3g Track 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2g National Honor Society 3, Vice President 43 "Sentinel"' 3,4g Hi-Y 43 Prom Committees 2,3,4g Student Council 33 Farewell Assem- bly 3,4-. "Live, love, and be happy - that's my motto." CARY WAYNE HOLTZMAN Academic Football 1,2.3,4g Track 1,2,3,4. "Not that I like studying less, but I love fun more." RITA MAE HOWDYSHELL Commercial Farewell Assembly 3g Jr. Town Meeting 2. "With a twinkle in her eyes and a smile on her lips." M. Holshey G. Holtzman -" ii fe. ' K- ir.. uff i i, Of M' .,f ' A spin' fi Z 0 E , A. f . In -3, ,I -+ 4- z. 4. fr' . -Us--' ' . K Q-N-- N . t R. Hudson R. Huff S. Hull RONALD LINN HUDSON Academic "Carefree as the day is long." ROBERT LEWIS HUFF General "Long will live his friendliness." SHIRLEY ARLENE HULL General "A smile that won't come off." LEONARD MONROE HYMES General Football Manager 2,33 Track Manager 2,3. "A good character shines like a candle in a dark night." SHARON SUSANNA HYSON General Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,43 Farewell Assembly 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 3,43 Play Tournaments 4g -f Monitors. A "A gleam in her eye which mischief im- -. parts." .im it Y. KATHLEEN ESTELLA IMES ii 'SA 'Q-4 I .I IZ 1 L. Hymes S. Hyson HENRY AUGUSTUS JOHNSON III Academic Band 2g Farewell Assembly 3,43 Hi-Y 3,43 Science Club 3, Librarian 43 National Honor Society 3,43 "Sentinel" 3,43 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 4g Jr. Town Meet- ing, Vice President 43 Bausch-Lomb Science Award 4. "He who knows and knows he knows: he is wise - follow him." MILDRED ELLEN JOHNSON Academic Fort Hill Players 3, Treasurer 43 Thespians 43 Choir 2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33 Farewell As- sembly 3,43 All State Chorus 43 Student Council 13 Sextet 2g Ensemble 4g All County Chorus 2,3,4. "Fill the day with loving deeds." EVELYN PEARL JOHNSTON General "The only way to have a friend is to be one." DORIS LEE KALBAUGH Commercial Cheerleader 13 May Day 1,43 Farewell As- sembly 3,4, "She shall have music wherever she goes." Commercial F' Jankey Basketball l,2,3,4-3 Volleyball l,2,3,43 Cashier 3,43 National Honor Society 3,4-. "She is not difficult to please3 she can be SAUNDRA KAY KESNER silent as the trees." Academic Clee Club l,2,33 Choir 2,3,43 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, 4g Thespians 43 Fort Hill Players 3,43 Jr. FAYE JOYCE JANKEY Town Meeting 43 Farewell Assembly 3,45 General May Day 3,4. Basketball l,2,3,4. 'LBecause of you we will be glad and joyous." "A face that can smile is ever good." RUTH LAVERNE KIIFFNER ROBERT ROY JEFFRIES Commercial Academic Tri-Hi-Y 3,43 Monitors l,2,3, Student Di- Glee Club 43 Jr. Town Meeting 4. rector 45 Jr. Town Meeting 4. "True worth is in being, not seeming." "Kindness, the poetry of the heart." H. Johnson M. Johnson E. Johnston D. Kalbaugh S. Kesner t 2 r,'.6 1 lv , Q- 11 . ' '5- N. - li' J ii' ' ' ,.- N.yu,,gr.f'aL 3" 9 ' .1 ' f yas. K. Imes iv- R. Jeffries R. Kiiffner 'Du 3 1" A R. King 'zz 'ei .fy -" Q . , ,,l,, Q J. Kline. -fu " ffG,,,,1 fp -s. V' 2, if' A Knippenberg 3.4. ff 5- . rs Y, f .', W. Lease C. Lewis C 3' 'ff .-A t ROBERT HOWARD KING Academic Science Club 3, President 4g "Sentinel" 3, Co-Business Manager 45 National Honor S0- ciety 3, Treasurer 4g Student Council, Pres- ident 1, Vice President 3, Senate 43 Football l,2g Track 1,2g Prom Committee 2,3,4g Fare- well Assembly 3g Senior Council 4. "His honesty, loyalty and sincerity will be long remembered." FRANCIS SPOTTS KISER General Student Council 1,25 Farewell Assembly 4, Track 1,2,4. "Good humor is the health of the soul." .IAME-S HERBERT KLINE CARL WILLIAM KOERNER General Track 2,3,4g Football 3,43 Hi-Y 4. "A reward of a thing well done is to have done it." MARY MARGARET LAGRATTA Academic Library 3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. "It takes two to speak the truth - one to speak and one to listen." PAUL GEORGE LAPP General Student Council Senate 3g Jr. Town Meet- ing 4. "No work and all play." ARLENE MARIE LAYMAN Commercial Library 2.4, Vice President 3g Monitors 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. '6Kindness is the key that unlocks the heart." Commercial Basketball 3,4g Baseball 2,3,4. "A pleasant manner is worth a fortune." C 'F' " I M- 0 gr, . V I ,,...- .... 'bi R. Koegel W. Koerner LORA LEE KLINE Commercial Glee Club 1,2,3g Choir Historian 2g Tri-Hi-Y 2, Secretary 33 "Sabre" 2.3, Business Man- ager 4g National Honor Society 3,44 Fare- well Assembly 3,4g May Day 45 Prom Com- mittee 4, Chairman 2,3g A11 County Chorus 2,33 Play Tournaments 2. "High aims form high characters." ROBERT LEE KNIPPENBERG, JR. Academic "There is a great ability in knowing how to conceal one.'s ability." RICHARD JOSEPH KOEGEL General Hi-Y 4. "The ways in which we work, and what we do, make us what we are." M. La Gratta P. Lapp WILLIAM JOHN LEASE General "Who lost no friend." BETTY FRANCES LEATHERMAN Commercial Basketball 1,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 43 Glee Club Ig Volleyball 1,2,3,4. t'She is one who enjoys sports and gaietyf' CLYDE LEON LEWIS General "Those who are good are truly good." DONALD COLIN LEWIS General Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Football l.2,4g May Day 2,3. "The surest way not to fail is to be deter- mined to succeed." 16 TE'-. 'E ,Q , M' S, -2' F. Kiser 5' .52 3 ,, Q, ,. .L QA , J f fe -- v .QL gi ,, iff ' , 2 1. ' wa. .Ne L. Kline Q , Q 'Sire- M I A. Layman ,, ,Ln ,. f 'I 9 ,Q si 3 'WO 23 .ag F' I ,ny V ,X fb B. Leatherman D. Lewis w, 1.31 Q, ir,-1 it A .. x . 75 J. Lewis S. Lewis JUDITH JANE LEWIS General Glee Club 3 "Everything comes to she who waits RUTH ELLEN LEWIS Academzc Tri-Hi-Y 1234' "Sentinel" 34' Prom Com mittees 234' Student Council 14' Fare well Assembly 3,4 "Perky, sweet, and full of fun, has a smile for everyone SONDRA LEE LEWIS Commercial Library lg Cheerleader lg Monitors' 3, Presi dent 4' Student Council 4g Fort Hill Players 3,43 May Day 3,4g Farewell Assembly 4 "Gaiety in life is the medicine for all W. Lewis 11", B. Long V. MacKenzie 4' .W -.J .vs, ' EP 'Y F. Light J. Linnenbrogger THELMA JACQUELYN LEWIS Academic Tri-Hi-Y 1 24 Historian 3' Glee Club 123 Choir 2,3,4g National Honor Society 3,4 May Day 3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 43 Fort Hill Players 3,43 Thespians 45 Ensemble 3 "The laugh, to be joyous, must flow from a joyous heart WALLACE JEROME LEWIS General "A good man is the best friend FREDERICK EUGENE LIGHT General "None but himself can be his parallel JUDITH ANN LINNENBROGGER General Glee Club 12' Fort Hill Players 3g Monitors 3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4 "As wise as an owl in the tree BARBARA JEAN LIPPOLD Commercial bshers 1 Choir 3 Glee Club 3 Ensemble 2 All State Chorus 1 Youth For Christ 4 An outward invisible sign of an inward and pmtual grace SONDRA KAY LITTLE General Fort Hill Players 3 4 May Day 3 4 Cafetena Still water runs deep JOHN WESLEY LLEWELLYN General He brings sunshine into a shady place BETTY JANE LONG Academic Student Council 1 Ushers I 234 Glee Club 1 Fort Hill Players 34 Thespians ,Ir Town Meeting 1 Office 4 Library l Nlay Day 34 A maiden fair to see 1' B Lippold Little RONALD KENNETH LONG General Fort Hill Players 4 H1Y 34 Baseball 2 Basketball 2 Science Club 24 Student Council 4 Prom Committees 234 All who know him like him because he has a good nature VERA ELAINE MACKENZIE Academic Choir 23 Secretary 4 Glee Club 23 Pres: dent 4 Student Council Treasurer 3 Sen ate 4 All State Chorus 4 TriH1Y 234 Historian I Jr Town xI6f'lll'lg 2 Senior Council 4 Octette 234 All County Chorus 234 May Day 234 Farewell Assembly 34 Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life CAROL NIILDRED NIARTIN Commercial Her twin is friendship 9' Q.-f R Lewis T Lewis Llewellyn R Long Martin ? i . ' 4. '- , V Q , - " ,PX 1 . ' . . 4 .R - H s , , y - Ay :ss 4, ' 3 A S - X Z ul . . . w. . s ' ' ." - ' D-. ., N g ,iv ,f t ' , Z 7 3 . ' , , , , , . ' 3, 1 w 9 1 1 ' "M ' .H 97 6, . . . nn . ' 1 - I I Q 1 1 x E , I 2 . l 2 . 49 . . 2 2 9 'Q 11 I ' f, . J . as li Y , ,Ss - ns. 1" ' ga. 3. . 9' X 1 , , V ,fn 'tl A O ff' ' in , me Q N' X is f A ' . v K at J - f 'Y ' L. ti , , , , , , s ' 9 - , 9 9 , : n 9 , z , p : , , . I, ,, . . . . I it 1 97 X in I as A 1 1 i n 1 i' ' 4' I 9 3 ' 5 A ' 9 - - , , . - ' 3 . . , g . 5 , 1 S H . , : . , 9 . . .. - , D - 11 C . D Y l -V ' L C ' M M Y. . . . ,, 4' 14" .. I7 'D A .3 xy far QQ. . pw, 1 'UT' Q . J. Martz if A 4,9 'ws fs, - , iv' R. McCarty A. Miller lxA 'SS' fra' p - ., xx or ,. v QA L. Miller M. Montgomery JANICE ELAINE MARTZ Academic Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4-g Basketball 1,2,3g Volleyball l,2g "Sentinel" 2,3,4-3 Fort Hill Players 4g Farewell Assembly 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 2.3.4-g May Day 4g Prom Committees 2,3,4. LSilence is a true friend who never betrays er. ., .r-1, Q sn, V ' 2--. vp G. McCoy J. xlfglllllllllgll CAROLE JOYCE MAYNE Academic Glee Club 2,3,4-3 Jr. Town Meeting 4-5 Fare- well Assembly 3,4. "Friends are essential to all." ROBERT MILLARD MCCARTY General Hi-Y 3,4g Basketball 3g May Day 3,4-g Stu- dent Council 25 Fort Hill Players 45 Fare- well Assembly 3,4g Track 2,3. "Always ready when laughter and excitement call." GEORGE ROBERT MCCOY General "Laughter is the spice of life." JOANN ELIZABETH MCCULLOUGH Commercial Cafeteria l,2,3,4-9 Office 33 National Honor Society 4. "She is a quiet person who accomplishes much." RICHARD EUGENE MCDONALD JOAN DRUCILLA MERRILL- General "A happy smile makes many friends." RONALD WENDELL MICHAEL General Glee Club lg Art 1,2,3,4. "Wit is an unexpected explosion of thought." . e A 555 5... R. McDonald J. Merrill ALLEN DANIEL MILLER Academic "A good laugh is sunshine in the world." CHRISTIAN LEE MILLER Commercial Band l,2,3,4. "She that loves and laughs must surely do well." LEHEW WILSON MILLER Academic Football 1,2g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track l,2,3, 4g Hi-Y 4. "Honest good humor is an art." RUTH CECELIA MILLER Commercial Farewell Assembly 3,4-. "Be merry and gay, youth comes but once in a lifetimef' MARSHALL LEON MONTGOMERY Academic Band 1,2,3,4. "A good wit will make use of everythingf' Academic RAYMOND EARL MOQRRIS Jr. Town Meeting 4g Farewell Assembly 4. Gffflefdl "True to his word, his work, and his friend." "A man's a man, that's that." I8 A.- Y' ' xi can E ' gm 31" ,.. rn- . 9' C. Mayne - 4- . X 1 4.5 R. Michael C. Miller Q wi R. Miller R. Morris is-.4 ,724 . ij 9-.ar ... ,x 68 'W' RONALD LEE MORTZFELDT WILINIA CATHERINE MUIR ga, General Com mercial le, "Good humor is the health of the soul." "A girl who has good cheer for all." iff-ax T: Y . IA GARY Mf4?fjf,E,Ig MOWER ELEANOR JEAN NELSON R. Mortzfeldt ' Commercial Glee Club lg Hi-Y 4. "As I live l grow: someday to others talents will show." Ill y WILLIAM LEADER MOWER General "lt is easier not to speak a word at all than i N to speak more words than we should." . -K. K, ef -',, . Q V . W- Mower MARY LOUISE MUNDAY Commercial "Cheerfulness is a great necessity." D. Murray DELORES MAXINE MURRAY Academic Illee Club l.3,4g Choir 4g All County Chorus 13,43 Monitor 3g Bowling lg Jr. Town Meet- ing 43 Farewell Assembly 3,4-g May Day 4. "A pleasant smile makes many friends." 4-ww Q ?' I FL' ,.., 1- ? irq' ' ' ,' W. C. Muir W. C. Muir E. Nelson RONALD CHARLES MURPHY Commercial J. Northcraft Monitors 3,43 L'Sabre" 4. "Here laughter dwells forever." WILLIAM GRANT MLIR M A, -. General I I Bowling 1. A 4' ... "Ile that is of merry heart hath a continual 3 'H feastf' Monitors l,2,3g Secretary 43 Clee Club 2,33 Secretary 4g Choir 2. MA kind and gentle heart she has to comfort friend and foe." ROBERT ELLIS NERY General "ln every duty, great or small, he is always there to help us all." .IUANITA ELAINE NIKIRK Academic "Honesty is the best policy." CARY THOMAS NORRIS General "He scatters enjoyment." 4 QM... - ' vm - if 7 ff' , R. Nery .l. Nikilik JOHN ALBERT NORTHCRAFI' Vocational "Architecture is the work of nations." DONNA JEAN NORTON General Monitors l,2,3,4. "A light heart lives long." .L I9 1. Q . 0' . avr: ,Q A I fe. Ji., -1 . L. Otto f -Sl . 'li ' mu 3 it ar- . 'ilf k K E. Perdew R. Plummer A er -.-,:. Q., - ev.. , T 4' 4 G. Portmess J. Richard Q y-f 'W 2, L ,J LELAND CURTIS OTTO Commercial "Sentinel" 3,45 "Sabre" 49 Mimeograph Crew 43 Jr. Town Meeting 3g Library 2,3,4g Play Tournaments 2,3. "Silence is a true friend who never betrays him." CARL PATRICK PAUL General "Sabre" 3.43 Jr. Town Meeting 2.3.43 Pho- tography 3.4. "He that can have patience. can have what he will." ELESTA JANE PERDEW General Clee Club 1,25 Cafeteria 2,3,4. "You have not fulfilled every duty unless you have fulfilled that of being cheerful and pleasantf, BARBARA ELLEN PLUMMER Commercial Student Council 2. "The beauty of her style, grace, and harmony are dependent on her simplicity." RICHARD ALLEN PLUMMER Vocational Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,4. "He that does good to another does good to himself." NANCY JANE PORTER Commercial Student Council lg Library 1,2,3. "And does the temper match the hair?', Y iii'-. V' .. K H ya' Is: " as . F x ,L If -f . Y 5 x'jZ?k Q J. Price W. Reed GARY LEE PORTMESS General Student Council lg Class President 2.3: Hi-Y 3, Secretary 43 Play Toumaments 2,3. 43 Best Actor 23 Fort Hill Players, "Spot Lite" Editor 43 Thespians 4g "Sentinel" 3g Track Manager l,2g Football Manager 23 May Day 4g Farewell Assembly 3,43 Prom Com- mittees 2.3.4. "His sparkling sallies bubbled up as from areated natural fountains." JEAN ROSE PRICE Commercial Tri-Hi-Y lg Student Council 2,43 Cashier 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 4. "A joyous laugh comes from a joyous heart." WALTER WILSON REED Academic Football. l,2.3,4g Track 1,2g Hi-Y 4. "He looks innocent and shyg yet he really is so wise." JOYCE EILEEN REYNOLDS General Monitors 4. "I have a heart with room for every joy.' JESSE WAYNE RICE General 'lHappy am I. from care I am free! Why aren't they all contented like me?" MARVIN LEO RICE General Monitors 1. "To a young heart everything is funf' ,fn A frat Ap .1 I - - Q QL .g V, - V . S Y X ll X J. Reynolds .l. Rice JOHN HERBERT RICHARD General "Silent water runs deep." BARBARA KAY RITTER Commercial Ushers 1,2,3.4g Monitors l.2g Cashier 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 1.2.3,4. Jr. Town Meeting 2,4g of- fice 3. "Speech is great. but silence is gre-ater.' a K' 'K sr ' C. Paul U'-'M"'9. O v. Ji fi Q ., 1 1 if B. Plummer N. Porter 'nv "V : 4 ' Q ,gf A . tee -,..f- Q., -I 4 M M. Rice B. Ritter -531, , 3 3 J 'fl ,X aa, DONNA .IEAN ROBERTSON Academic Tri-Hi-Y 15 Student Council Treasurer 15 Jr. Town Meeting 25 Prom Committees 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3, Jeweler 45 "Sen- tinel" 3, Co-Business Manager 45 "Sabre" Art Editor 45 Farewell Assembly 35 A,A.U.W. Representative 35 "Scrapbook" Editor 45 Art 12.3.45 Outstanding Girl 4. "My style and my sentiments are my own . . . pu"ely original." .57 ft' ,,,, 'Ska' I -,, x , -Y- -' L. Robinson C. Robison GARY SCOTT ROBEY General "lt takes a great man to be a good listener." ROBERT LYNN ROBINETTE General Basketball 3,45 Field Workers 3,4. "Men of few words are the best men." LINDA SUE ROBINSON Commercial Glee Club 1,25 Choir 25 Jr .Town Meeting 2,3,45 Cashier 35 Farewell Assembly 45 All County Chorus 25 Mimeograph Staff 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3,4. "For her heart was in her work and the heart giveth grace to every art." CHARLES NICHOLAS ROBISON Academic Choir 2,3,45 Clee Club l,2,3,45 All County Chorus l.2,3,45 Quartet 3,45 All State Cho- rus 45 May Day 3,45 Ensemble 45 Bowling Team 4. "Perseverance brings success." ANNA MARGARET ROWE General Fort Hill Players 3,45 Thespians 45 Glee Club 1,25 Choir 25 "Don Quixote" 35 Cheer- leader 1,25 May Day 2,3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 15 Farewell Assembly 3,45 Prom Committees 2,3,4. "Tae soul's calm sunshine." 21 ELLA ELIZABETH ROWE General Library 3,45 Student Council 1,2,45 Jr. Town Meeting 45 Farewell Assembly 3,4-. "Happiness is the natural flow of duty." GERALDINE MAY ROWE General Clee Club 2,3,45 Choir 3,45 lr. Town Meet- ing 25 Cashier 3.4. "Happiness is a rare cosmetic." .fn Q.. A. Rowe E. Rowe ELWOOD ROBERT ROWLEY Academic Hi-Y 45 Football 1,2.3, Co-Captain 45 Track l.2,3,45 Ahwenasa Club 1. "To know him is a pleasure, to be his friend is a privilege." LAWRENCE WILLIAM ROYCE Commercial Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 All State Chorus 2,3,45 All County Chorus 1,2,3,45 M'onitors 35 Jr. Town Meeting 45 Play Tour- naments 4. "Is there a heart that music cannot soothe?" SANDRA MARGARET SAMPSON Commercial "Her voice was soft, gentle, and sweet." CONSTANCE LOUISE SANSOM Academic National Honor Society 3, Secretary 45 Choir 2,3, President 45 Glee Club 1,2,4, Sec- retary 35 "Teenpage" Writer 45 Ensemble 2,3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 25 All State Cho- rus 45 All County Chorus 2,3,45 May Day 2.3. "Witty, wise, and a wonderful friend." SABRINA LYNNE SAPP General .lr. Town Meeting 4. "Lf-:am the secret magic of a cheerful face, not always smiling, but at least serene." KENNETH PAUL SCHELL General "He always laughed when others saw no joke." it , Mu, S a , ,,, K A l N 'S ,M K- -- 4' vs.,-4 R. Schubert N. Shipway E. Shumaker . X. af M ,S 4, fm. 0- 1 Er: r. . an as 5 ll 49.4 Q. wx ,Ls R s I . X Y- - i . , 1 l 'Q Zi - 2 C. Shaffer M. Shaffer D. Shambaugh F. Shearer E. Shewbridge. ROBERT LEE SCHUBERT EDWARD LUTHER SHOUP General Geneml Art l,2,3,4-3 Jr. Town Meeting 4. "A man of deeds, not words we find! Alas not many of his kind." CHARLOTTE JEAN SHAFFER Commercial Band 1,2g Bookroom 4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. "Speech is silver but silence is gold." MARIETTA AUDREY FAYE SHAFFER Academic Band 1,2,3,4g Monitors lg Prom Committees 2,3. "Her voice is well said to be the music of angels." DENNIS EUGENE SHAMBAUGH General "He was a jolly good fellow - always cheer- ful." FRED CHARLES SHEARER General "I only ask that fortune send a little more than I can spend." ERSAL JOHN SHEWBRIDCE Academic Projection Crew l,2,3,4. "To be efficient in a quiet way, that is my aim throughout the day." NANCY JEAN SHIPWAY Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 1, Vice President 2, Treasurer 3g Student Council 1,35 Library 23 Majorettes 3. Co-Captain 43 May Court 1,2,3,4g Office 1,25 Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,4. "To be young is surely Uhe best, if the most precarious, gift of life." R. Stills D. Smith Football 2,3,4g Basketball 1,25 Track 3,4g Hi'-Y 4. "You can always do better than you think you can." ERMA JEAN SHUMAKER Academic Monitors I,2,3,4. "In her is the law of kindness." REBECCA CATHERINE SILLS Commercial Fort Hill Players 3,49 Jr. Town Meeting 4g Stuldent Council 4g May Day 4g Farewell Assembly 4. "Full of pep, that was she." DONALD LESTER SMITH General Jr. Town Meeting 3,4. "Live and make others happyf' JUDY ANN SNYDER Academic Library 35 May Day 4g Farewell Assembly 45 Jr. Town Meeting 2g Monitor 4. 'LHer laughter dwells forever." IRIS ELIZABETH SOMMERLOTT Commercial Band 1,2,3,4g Clee Club Ig Jr. Town Meet- ing 2,3,4g Bookroom 4g May Day 45 Farewell Assembly 3,4-. "Actions, looks, words . . . steps from the alphabet." NILA JEAN SOMERS Commercial Bowling l,2,3,4. "For she's just the quiet kindg whose nature never changes." J. Snyder I. Sommerlott ash, ei. H' v f .y-f .Cf X -.P x 5-if' ig. E. Shoup N. Somers 0 -,za . I. ar ,O ga. 4- J. Soulsby 5 t 55. f? -I D. Stoops fs J' ,V Q ! a "-hail :sg t 'S- ' A is 4 X 1 W. Spence A. Spoerl .IAMES COLEY SOULSBY General Band 2,3,4. "All those who win joy must share it." WILLIAM HENRY SPENCE Academic Football Manager 1,25 Track Manager 1,25 Basketball Manager 1. "Never do today what you can do tomorrorw.'i ALICE WINSLOW SPOERL Academic Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain I, President 2,4, Vice President 35 Ushers 1,2,3,45 Student Council 45 Jr. Town Meeting 1,2,3,45 "Sentinel" 2, 3, Exchange Manager 4g May Day 45 Play Tournaments 45 Farewell Assembly 3,45 Fort Hill Players 35 Secretary 45 Prom Commit- tees 2,3,4. "All may have, if they dare try, a glorious life or grave." RAYE ETTA STALLINGS Commercial Monitors 1,2,3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1. "For she's just the quiet kind whose nature never varies." ROGER CHARLES STEELE Academic "Sabre" 45 Science Club 45 Library 2,35 Projection Crew 3. "Great is wisdom, infinite is the value of iz." GERALDINIJ LOUISE STINSON Academic Glee Club 15 Basketball l,2,3,45 Volleyball l,2. "Too young for woe, though not for tears." DENNIS WAYNE STOOPS General Football 2,3,4-. "If you want a true friend here is one. sv R Strawderman P. Stumbaugh R. Sturlz at 9 -.. y K Y -.a r "' Nun- Q Ae R. Stallings R. Steele RONALD JAMES STRAW Academic "A smile that won't come off." HARRY RONALD STRAWDERMAN Academic "Shy and modest, but awfully nice and a good pal." PAUL FREDERICK STUMBAUGH Academic Baseball 45 Farewell Assembly 4. "The mind is the measure of the man." ROBERT DOUGLAS STURTZ General Learn to do by doing." KARL FREDERICK TASCHENBERGER Academic Iland l,2,3,45 May Day 2,3,4-5 Fort Hill Play- ers 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Student Council 45 Science Club 3,45 Play Tourna- ments Director 45 "Don Quixote" 35 Fare- well Assembly 3,4-. x- ?"' G. Stinson lg 5- oo' ' 1 la "The reward of a thing well done is to have R- Straw done it." GEORGE ERNEST THOMAS General "A good heart is worth gold." GARY EDWARD THOMPSON General Play Tournaments 25 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Football Manager 1,2,3,45 Student Council 35 Senate 4: Prom Committees 3,45 "Sabre" 3, Sports Editor 43 May Day 45 Farewell Assembly 45 Glee Club 15 Track 15 Science Club 3. "Good humor often proves virtuous." K. Taschenberger G. Thomas ,f mm s t Q- 1 lt 9 G. Thompson 1 I fi- if 1 tr: X , 5 g M, 4, 1. 5 1' ' fi 'sw .. I . I 4 , ,gr W 1 :og . f- if eh' P. Toomey ,- VG+ C. Twigg Q F. Wakeman " as if 'Zz sv 1 P. White J. Williams -...f HVN i f 3 X- 5 fur- ' f' f Q ,- I-,lam JUNIOR PAIGE TOOMEY General Clee Club l,2,3,4g Bowling 3g Cafeteria 3. "If work interferes with good times, do away with work." BARBARA ANN TOWLER Academic Monitors 2,3,4-g Library 1,23 May Day 4, Farewell Assembly 3,4 gFort Hill Players 4-g Prom Committees 3,4. "Good nature is the beauty of the mind. 11 CHARLENE LOUISE TWIGG Academic Glee Club Ig Monitors 2,3,4g Library l,2, Treasurer 3, President 4. "Modesty is the color of virtuef' lx l if my . if st,, if an ff' ' W Q L. Wariner D. Webster JOSEPH MICHAEL WAGNER Academic Field Workers 2g Basketball 3, Baseball 3. "A man of courage is also full of faith." FRED FRANKLIN WAKEMAN General Art 1,2,3,4. "Silence is a virtue." JAMES LESTER WARINER "Sabre" 3,43 Photography 3,4-. "The secret to success is constancy to pur- pose." DANIEL FRANCIS WEBSTER General Football 1,23 May Day Ig Track I,2,3,4g Glee Club I. "As I live I grow, someday to others my talents will show." CERALDINE ELIZABETH WEIMER General "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." PATRICIA ANN WELSH General Glee Club l. "Speech is silver, but silence is gold." JACK ROYCE WELTMAN Academic Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3g Track 2,33 Baseball 1,43 Student Council l,3,4. "Kindness in women shall win my love.', 'Uk G. Weimer P. Welsh PATRICIA PEARL WHITE Academic Basketball l,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4g Tri- Hi-Y 13 Farewell Assembly 3,4-g Student Council 3. "Good humor is the health of the soul." ROBERT LEE WHITE General Glee Club 1. "Be thou the rainbow to the storms of life." JOHN HUTTON WILLIAMS Vocational Baseball 3g Jr. Town Meeting 3. "A true man never frets about his place in the world." BARBARA ANN WILSON General HA merry heart goes all the day." 24 4' is. -ea "5 . iz, B. Towler no - . 1 .AP J. Wagner . vw . . V ft if .Baa l , J. Weltman 2 '- xg I. can 3 at...- R. White B. Wilson 50' f 5. 'X .4-agp: Aw... 43. Xl., W-,L ' s. J. Wilson ,- -f ,vs wr ' iv . ,,,, W. Wilson C. Wolford .IOHN WILLIAM WILSON General Fort Hill Players 3,4g "Sabre" 3, Photogra- phy 3,4g Thespians 3, 4g Bowling 1. - "It is a wise head that makes a still tonguef' ROBERT ANDREW WILSON General Fort Hill Players 3.4. "One cannot always be a hero, but one can always be a man." WILLIAM GLENN WILSON Academic Jr. Town Meeting 1. "True as the dial of the sun." ALLEN VICTOR WINEBRENN ER General "High spirit in a 'nan is like a sword." CAROLYN ANN WOLFORD General Glee Club I. an DONALD GLEN WOLFORD General Much wisdom often goes with fewest words." LEE RETTA BEATRICE WORMACK Academic Monitors I.2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Student Coun- cil 23 Jr. Town Meeting 1,2g National Honor Society 1. "Much wisdom often goes with fewest words." ROY BRANSON WRACHFORD Vocational Glee Club Ig Jr. Town Meeting 2. "To make wise use of his gifts is a man's best talent." PATRICIA ANN WRIGHT Commercial Glee. Club Ig Choir l,2,3,4g "A smile is the whisper of a laugh." MARGARET LOUISE YERGAN General Jr. Town Meeting 2g Student Council Ig " .za reveal I 1 I . it I u :f "Happiness is a good gift that nature sells President of Youth for Chfi5t 4- u5," "Good nature is a priceless treasure." Pictured below are members of Miss Yola Hudson's Senior Homemaking Class: Seated: Elizabeth Rowe. Row I: Barbara Ritter, Sandra Bruner, Barbara Plummer, Charlene. Twigg, Miss Mary Nuce, Patricia Gibson. Row II: Miss Yola Hudson, LaVerne Kiiffner, Carole Mayne. Row III: Mae Brinkman, Judy Linnenbrogger, Mary La Gratta, Sonjie Grant, Arlene. Layman. i"'V'h'- ff Q , i . fr 7 V! 4. Ou' L. Wormack P. Wright 'I 'f . -' s.'m.m A -C' Q, "CTR, .. r: R. Wilson XX, Xl' 12. ' .I 5. t nn, A. Winebrenner . -as ' Qcw' W' iz. . I D. Wolford ii, .MI W5 it X R. Wrachford M. Yergan 5- . ' 1' ' ,f'1 .-0, 1-.JV " '31 at ' , ' L I .. Atlas. yn ' - 4 -x l 'Y af ..r , Pans: I I 1 'vu 1 it GM 9, . .f N. .-. 5 Helping each other is an important rule of the SABRI-I staff. Practicing this principle are Esther Mason, Roger Steele, Patricia Mitchell, Patricia Higgs, Charlynn Hyde, Leland Otto, Charity Conrad, Sandra Broadwater, and Mr. James Engle, adviser. SABRE photographers criticizing a negative in the dark room are John Wilson, Lester Wariner, and Carl Paul. 1 8 l l 1'5- ., , 'ik- Members of the first period SABRE class Thomas Boyd, Elaine Cornwell, Rosalie Brown, Ronna Grim, and Ronald Murphy celebrate Rosalie's birthday. A F - Z fl if 4 i Q x' if Ijifhff ,ff m fig, ,1 Z I 1 - . 4 V I AM , uA . l it 1 wt 1 'X V2 X , ,l R Q- " H: 'T 'Vai r . 'z ii. cm! I Q 22.21 if DiSPlaYinS ihe guiumilles th9Y made for Miss Cervdine Hoping their 1959 SABRE will be as good as the previous Pfi!Ch31'd,S Ellgliih 0135595 al'C.T0m Bf'n50n1 Kenneth Gravy ones are seniors Maxine Del..ozier, Patricia Mitchell, San- Lawrence Cosgrove- Lfhew Miller, and Robert NCYY- dra Broadwater, and standing, Ida Galliher, Gary Thomp- son, and Charity Conrad. Workin on some anel discussions for Jr. Town Meeting are James Hampson, Janice Martz, Judith Fisher, Alice Spoerl, John g P DelaGrange, and Henry Johnson. Q 2 r v 2' Wi I .ft , 1 'x., 5 i ' 49 x , 'J "" x "1" T 0 ' an ,lax A tw.,-, S , to 'tx si ,f ,el I 1 H 'thi 5 LY' Working away on Christmas gifts that were to be given to underprivileged children are Carol Dunlap. Alice Spoerl Carol Crabtree, Darlene Browne, and Janice Martz. NE Un HOPE YOu LXKE THE SENIOR 7. S ECTIO 35.91 J Xiu' A' 'K-L f 2 .L If E .g, I .A . 7 S l i, Q11 1 Ia.. . - .J 43, T l 'ff' '3 . , '5 Q, s Q ' , D ff ' N" j 1 FT ' - I 1 4q' s'A A ,4 if Z' ,If S'-sg! - ,. 4Se'lf- X ' ,. l n N r If 7 2 Q .x-.ii f - , if f' ,.a. ME-UM -- arse- TOO V f-N 25 A ai. ' " g D i , ', ta ' . gf 1 -x L A ,J ,LQ 0 o f V A 25 , , Q X f , f 4 1 gel' Mm sesg 4 X N 'vi 'L 4090 5P"",'!- I A X x s nd Z 4 Gladys Swick. Bill Dickinson, Judy Menges and Douglass Holler prepare the necessary decorations for the Student Council Snowball Dance, . f-"":,,,, ' gh-:Q ,W -dj.,-H --. .A,' 'f"':-'1'::1d Being skilled in instructional ability, the WISE COUNCIL suideSthe"Y011ng Braves" and "Powerful Chieftains". activities. . gli' Mr. Victor D. Heisey Principal Mr. John McVicker, Vice Principal Helping in the daily schedule of Fort Hill is Mr. John R. McVicker, vice principal. The following are a few of his many responsibilities: the morning announce- mentsg the absentee sheetg assembly, cafeteria, and study hall schedules, discipline problems, locks and lockers, and attendance records. Mr. McVicker is known to stu- dents throughout the school as the one to whom they can go for help in the correction of their problems. Being always helpful and pleasant to students, other faculty members, and parents, he is remembered appreciatively by the class of 1959. Mr. Victor D. Heisey, Principal Through excellent leadership and thoughtful consid- eration Mr. Victor D. Heisey, principal has led the school through another successful year. During an average day he meets many interesting people, attends to important problems and makes decisions on points of policy. He has inspired many students to a higher standard of living through his wise example and selfless giving. "He who is a leader of men -to him should our respect, honor, and gratitude be paid." Mr, Heisey and Mr. McVicker are pictured going over the budgets for the various school Mr. John McVicker Vice Principal Mr. Ralph Wimer Guidance Director Mrs. Kitty Wilson Secretary 'ESF iv" ' Mr. Ralph Wimer, Guidance Director Mr. Ralph Wimer, guidance director of Fort Hill, is a true friend to each student. His skills are wisely used in helping each student understand his aims and purposes in the school curriculum and in extra-curricular activ- ities. It is this guidance that helps so many Fort Hill students realize their ambitions and hopes for the future. X W Mr. Ralph Wimer, Mrs. Kitty Wilson and Miss Rosalie Pfeiffer are busily engaged in checking Turkey Day football tickets. Miss Rosalie Pfeiffer Secretary School Secretaries Two very helpful people on the Hilltop are the secretaries, Mrs. Kathryn Pafel Wilson and Miss Rosalie Pfeiffer. The secretaries' jobs consist of keeping all financial records, balancing the school budget, and counting ballots for all school elections. "Kitty" and "Rosalie", as always, are very helpful to all students, teachers, and visitors. 31 ii Q P-' 1' 'e S it A t - l 'tj s VT Miss C. Alderton U. of Maryland, M.Ed. Math Cheerleaders Mr. R. Bigler Ohio State, M.A. Science Biology Projection Crew 2' ' S-f hrgv Q Mr. W. Boor Tulsa U., A.B. Social Studies Basketball Football Miss L. Boughton Columbia U., M.A. English Social Studies 4 s deb, 1X Mr. L. Alexander Mrs. H. Allamong Mr. A. Benna Penn. State, B.S. U of Maryland, M.Ed. Penn. State, M.Ecl. Vocational Wood Shop Psychology Plane Geometry Stage Crew Business Math .il 155 'Aa- Recording transactions of a business is only one phase of Mr. Carl Ritvhiels bookkeeping Classes. Q l,,- X e R9 v CN X . Mrs. N. Bennett Susquehanna U., A.B. English World History Library Club Miss J. Bowen U. of Maryland. A.B. English Sophomore Adviser Q:-. Miss T. Brotemark U. of Maryland. M.Ed. Fnglish Mr. YV. Burcharfl U. of Pittsburgh, M.S. Chemistry 5. fv- if pf 3 Ax 7 'ni J- Q J' fini lx V 5. T' S.- H w 5 ' I Miss M. Caleminc Nlr. J. Cavanaugh Miss D. Chase Miss K. Cumbee West Virginia U., Washington College, A.B. U. of Maryand, AB. Emory University, A.B. M.A. Physical Ed. English English English Baseball Speech Sr. Class Play Attending a National llonor Society tea are Nlr. Victor D. Heisey, Mr C Eberle Frostlnurg B.S. lndustrial Arts ' f 'Z v- .Y c V Y4' ' L Mr. J. Eckarcl Frostburg S.'l'.C., B.S. Social Studies Reading JY. Basketball T V' ',. 'Z Principalg Leroy Henry. Johnny Johnson, and Bill Hahn. . ' - 1 5 .. , if K A .. f 1 1 ,Z. 1 J .4 -f t , -Ji. ,. ,E ta, , 'f r ,. X " ' Nfr. J. Engle Columbia U., MA- Psychology "Sabre" Photography , Q f x t if 4 v iff' . ? f' , :ir Pigs 5' l' 5 P X 9. U. A. gf ,t 1 'E ,X 1. at 4 J 33 'x S r 3 -'x f 'c 1 .- .X K x E ,.-4 L t s-f f N. I 'M X . Mr. A. Fritz California 5.T.C., B.S. Economics Monitors Mrs. R. Dunn Westem Maryland, B.A. Reading i f ff FU-. Q6 Q 'S X ry 1 A Mr. ,J. Ferguson California S.T.C., B.S. Drafting Science I. 173W :- Mr. J. Frank Frostburg S.T.C., BS. Math Junior Adviser Football I Giv- . -ct W iw V Mr. .C. Gilpin U. of Maryland, M.Ed.. Hath Algebra Mr. T. Hinds Western Michigan U., BS. Vocational Metal Shop Math Miss P. House Frostburg S.T.C., B.S. English Tri-Hi-Y Mr. G. Hovatter Frosthurg S.T.C., RS. Core gr -'V' f if 5 'fv- f fi so t M l ffffi ' 'd in i? X s A Mr. W. Hahn Mr. H. Hanson VVest Virginia U., MS. Columbia U., M.A. Physical Ed. Yocal Music Football Boys Glee Club Track 1 , ,L .qua Mrs. M. Hast West Virginia U., B.S. Home Economics Mrs. N, Hilton U. of Maryland, M.Ed. Social Studies John Hamilton explains to Charlotte Gregg, Bill Sheetz and Dave Clem how to construct the altitude of an obtuse triangle while Mr. Alfred Henna, geometry instructor, checks his reason- mg. Miss Y. Hudson Miss. E. Kraus Mr. D. LA Fon U. of Maryland, BS. Western Maryland College West Virginia U., M.A. llome Economics AB. Shorthand Latin Typing Honor Society Ushers Club Mr. S. Layman Frostburg S.T.C., B.S. Math Algebra dqvrv I flux 3 qs 2 frm, ' Q I 4 M 1 W Y. f we f Mr. Wh Layman Mr. W. Leeson Mr. J. Martin Miss M. Martin Miss R. MCCulley Frostburg S.T.C., Wiest Virginia U., MS. Frostburg S.T.C., BS. We-st Virginia ll., RS. U. of Maryand, BS. Physics Special Education llome Economics M. Ed. Science Sr. Science Social Studies English Sr. Student Sr. Science Club Jr. Student Council Social Studies Council lfnder the guidance of Miss Kathleen Cumbee. lfnglish in-tructor, llill llziupf-r. llill Leigh Pat lllacklin, Sally Dickens, Jean Smith and .lane Mitchell are expressing their own ideas on "Teenage Problems." Mr. R. Morris Mr. T. Murphy Miss L. Myers Miss M. Nuce Penn State lf.. Fairmont S.T.C.. BA. Western Maryland College. West Virginia U., BS MS. .-Xrt MA. Home Economics ll. S. History L1 S. llistory P.O.D. i YQ-u 1.1 rf" f A ix- - 4:--' Q , 1 x 1 x Mr. G. MCGaughcy Frostburg S.T.C., BS. Drivers Ed. Mrs. M. ltlcwshaw U. Of Maryland. M.Ed. Trigonometry Algebra II Advanced Math Mr. R. Nut West Virginia M.A. lnstrumental Music llanrls QN xl: ter V., '1 1. XS ,fu -1- '5 , X . I Mr. P. Perdew Gettysburg College, B.S. Biology Miss C. Rank Western Maryland Collcge, A.B. Library Library Club 1- 45 6' Q Mr. R. Price U. of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. Typing Shorthand Mimeograph Staff During a Thanksgiving Day party in Mr. Robert Morris' P.O.D. class, Bill Hahn, Nancy Shipway, and Bob McCarty arrange a holiday bulletin board. Mrs. L. Resser Columbia U., B.S. Physical Ed. V.. A. ,K .,,......... Mapu :- , 1 5+ .St 1' Y ,... nr' Miss G. Pritchard U. of Maryland. M.A. English Scrapbook Mr. .l. Reed Shippensburg S.T.C.. B.S. Bi0l0gY Bowling Club T' Mr. E. Reynolds West Virginia U.. 5 M.S. Science Boys Hi-Y ,, ,Z ...G Q GN . Q. .... . Miss M. Rice Mr. C. Ritchie Mr. V. Robeson Vlfestern Maryland U. of Pittsburgh, Frostburg S.T.C., BS. College,A.B. Bookkeeping Drivers Education W'orld History Fr. Class Adviser Business Training "Sabre" -U Qs- 5- ' 4 'H .., Mrs. V. Schleifman We-stern Maryland, A.B. Math vi 5, ' -g-f . ---wr ,. 3 S, Y 5 ME' L X Mrs. R. Shobe John Hopkins U.. M.Ed. Math Mr. W. Shumaker Middleburry, M.A. Reading Spanish Latin S 'Ir' Mr. C. Smith Frostburg S.T.C., . 'ff-H t I, X '7"u I 4 Y li it ii 'Y i,i iN, " " - s S 45 t - . 1? I 4 H L - f- . Q. R ,JV 1771 4 L4 -i Roger Steele points out to Donna Robertson, Mr. William Leeson, physics instructor, and Boyle's Apparatus. Charles Burcaw, the essential parts of Miss N. Teter U. of Maryland, M.Ed. Reading B.S. S . IVETKCC Mr. L. Strem Basketban U. of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. Industrial Arts I , ,t 2,3 . rv ' Q' W gig... Mrs. H. Snyder Western Maryland College, AB. Physical Ed. Girls Basketball Volleyball Miss N. Wfillison Western Maryland College, A.B. X Mrs. l. Wimer Davis and Elkins, A.B. World History Alpha Beta 'VN 6- Mr. D. Workman Leigh ll., M..-X. U. S. History W'orld History is v f ,- .V Sfffx r Aw, Miss M. Workman U. of Maryland, M.Ed. English Jr. Town Meeting 191 .-- 5. 3 Mr. J. Kogler Stout Institute, B.S. Printing Miss H. Smith Western Maryland College, AB. Speech Entglish Thespians ' Mr. W. Williams U. of Maryland M.Ed. Social Studies Miss A. Yates Western Maryland College., AB. Vocal Music cf pr kj Q CIKKLKNS 'ff' fndmucQxuRYQf? W NKZJIQ? "17W2SZJ',j Z Wil A5 IX ,ff7'46 ' e AML ix-ffffzf' WNV? -L5 if is1?f:P Ai .,a . -' R- 'lg X - 'riff ,ig ,L 41 ff' 5 , .gb -f UQ Lf .f ffm , ,,,- -'s "g'fa1-QQWI if ,, , lj,E:.M5A3xk3-,. .X Acquiring ability to be used ln future adventure YOUNG BRAVES NV' WW KW ,- Z X Wu I Q ei 80 JUNIOR CLASS Juniors of the tribe, next in line to become Chieftains, have been very successful in all their un- dertakings. Their class colors were the colors of the rainbow and the white rosebud was chosen as their class flower. c'Somewhere Over the Rainbown was their song, with "He climbs highest who helps an- other up,,7 their motto. The juniors captured first place in the play tournaments with the drama "Herit- age of Wimpole Street," an-d honored the seniors by presenting the Junior Farewell Assembly. One of the highlights of their year was the Jr.-Sr. Prom. 11TH GRADE - H.R. 122, MISS HELEN SMITH - Row I: R. Miller, J. Shryoek, J. Snoots, J. Slider, M Tipton. Row II: E. Moore, L. Owens, E, Bailey, P Hammersmith. Row III: B. Tayler, D. Merill, P. Lippold J. Bird, D. Brown. Row IV: M. Broome, M. Uplingerz M. England, M. Root. Row V: J. DENicola, R. Smith J. Shaffer, R. Emerick, K. Caine. Row VI: E. Dawson S. Long, J. Robertson, R. Smith. Row VII: H. Hess C. Smith, C.'Everett, H. Nazelrod, B. Leigh. Row VIII P. Smith, G. Davis, C. Meister, P, Rice, C. Albright . Q3 , - . v - 1 1 9 Q . ...,. - X ' Q 1,- k C- yx N 1 Ns I I 'af Q - n rrer , .: 2 I 9' N5 Y .L .'t. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 3 Row I: Mr. John Frank, ad- viser. Row II: Brenda Frantz, secretaryg Patty Phillips, treas- urer, Bonnie Keller, vice-president. Row III: Frank Robinson, president. IITH GRADE - H.R. 104, MR. DONALD WORKMAN i Row I: N. Appl-e, B. Elliott, L. Smith, J. Warner, B. Wilson. Row II: F. Smith, D. Robinson, C. Crabtree, R. Evans. Row III: N. Shipley, K. Kiiffner, C. Hansrote, J. Gray, H. Heavner. Row IV: E. Payne, D. Garland, C. Puffenberger, A. Sine. Row V: A. Tyler, A. Stevenson, F. Joyce, R. Manges, F. Boyer. Row VI: A. Catto, D. Torbet, R. Keller, B. Smith. Row VII: D. Hite, D. Baldwin. p ., .n ii.I Q A- ' J 'VI' 4i..ifQ ,. ,,,, , H Q rf- . ,I . i t 5 at H I T v 1- ii ,I A-.Q Q., ffl! F -L " ,,,,. ,vis ,i',,9 A ' f ' l Q f -vs .1 ja f -"W -f ' Q 9 Q Q 1' Q5 51 1,3 ,gui f aw. A3 mt ' 90 -sf Q , .,., 5 vi 'as 'I 'Q' :9O- ' ,1- 51 fel .::, V 5' 'f ag 'fi x he 11TH GRADE - H.R. 102, MR. ALFRED FRITZ - Row I: B. Frantz, N. Huff, D. Leighty, D. Wertz, D. Wentling. Row II: S. Lantz, L. Starky, E. Staf- ford, M. Dolan. Row III: S. Sonner, D. Klosterman, B. Keller, J. Clingan, J. Lange. Row IV: C. Lippold, L. Wilson, N. Parks, G. Arbogast, P. Miller. Row V: D. Miller, G. Lepely, B. Ritchie, S. Little, S. Little. Row VI: P. Eyler, D. Hartley, C. Stevenson, J. Metz, C. Davis. Row VII: D, Whalley, C. Hout, S. McDonald, C. Light. Row VIII: C. Johnson, D. Imes. fa, Q V 7 ' ++'- .1 a21"f?fHiWilWv M ..-, .:, . f V , L' ,:1Z7gf,w., L , , A 1 - -V- ' I a 8 I U 93 ' - 0 4. 4, cn 49' ' ' I A 4 I ft' . .7 L, ' xv 7 .E- K -,as -..--, .U . Q .z oo ,v V ... I ' f' ' f' A LLa 2 gg. ' 46- , -:1 r'.i,' 12: 5 Ill hl 11TH GRADE - H.R. 133, MISS EDWENA KRAUS - Row I: B. Alexander, M. Blonskey, J. O,Baker, D. Lewis M. Hansford. Row II: J. Crone, S. Dicken, S. Chaney .I. Snyder. Row III: A. Burdock, P. Mullaney, A. Hudson P. Roller, G. Swick. Row IV: C. Irons, K. Evans, D Jones, I. Durst. Row V: J. Bell, R. Growden, J. Feagles M. Beck, J. Linn. Row VI: A. Strachan, R. Mull, L Cable, T. Jackson. Row VII: C. VanHorn, J. Rumer. ? at CC 36 Q' 4. 4,3 nu ,C-of amp- IITH GRADE M H.R. 203, MR. WONN REYNOLDS -- Row I: M. Cutshall, P. Dive-lbiss, M. Sisk, M. Clark, N Hire. Row II: P. Lueck, A. Hardinger, D. Kearney. P. Phillips, M. Adams. Row III: D. Ensminger, R. McKen- zie, P. Miller, N. Brooks, D. McDonald. Row IV: S. Mc- Elfish, A. Boslf-y, Sulser, B. Smith, B. McClellan. Row V: C. Bennett, M. Zembower, B. Light, J. Fogtman, R. Blubaugh. Row VI: M. White, YV, Burgess, J. Leith, M. Wanda, F. Twigg. Row VII: L. Cropp, R. Andrews, L. Kelley, W. Hanger. r I iss:-I M 5225 f! 'UUI1 4l 'a ,' -ne- Qf ji is ,V ii oo f" we 1 J .- i 2 I D ' ,df 4' 'R "' I 1 I W It O' I I 1 1 'Eli ' I 'U ' 1 If A 5 l A 'I -Q 1 4 sv? 1 Av"-fl ly: I 3 g K, - 7 ab V JO ,, ' 'fi .Q Q5 'M .. 1 .dv , ', ,Q x. ...ws ,. , fair' ? ' Iii " - 1 . . x , yx ' 3 G' ,, t, 4 Q 5 -5 rite Ngtlii .... . I f.: M , Q, J 9 -' .a . R4 2 Q ' 4 3 rf - 1 w 1 11TH GRADE - H.R. 132, MR. ROBERT PRICE MQLSM 'lu' it WV ve J SWL .iw all ' ,. XS, if as ,,...- ! if ! Q-- , g g fi t. i 35 1 ' A V, -.-.N r J -Wave J if L + + A gi 4 ?6 1,, E,m,.il ' f-'X m'f,,,fw,V.5 ,,.. ,, .,ff,.. ..-' J 11TH GRADE -- H.R. 115, MR. DAVID LA FON - Row I: J. Beery, P. Blacklin, J. Smith, P, Potts, R. Stone breaker. Row II: L. Ross, C. Popp, D. Imes, C. Law Row III: S. Wagner, F. Taylor, V. Simpson, D. Smith V. Brewer. Row IV: S. Wormack, F. Monnett, T, Gar land, G. Saville. Row V: J. White, W. Llewellyn, W Weimer, F. Robinson, K. Boggs. Row V1: R. Shewbridge R. Graham, C. Turley, G. Spriggs. Row VII: G. DeVore R. Lechliter, L. Kennell, C. Green, G. Miller. Row I: R. Bonner, B. Conners, C. Brown, J. Bennett. Row II: J. Mitchell, J. Mathews, J. Leasure, D. Klu- vuhn. Row III: M. Walsh, S. D'Atri, E. Thomas, B. Brinkman, P. Crass. Row IV: R. Athey, E. Mullan, F. Bishop, C. Banks. Row V: E. Bames, G. Crabtree, E. Hopcraft. f 1 Q-W , y K s - ' 5 a. ins I Dis 2 '2 Mr. David La Fon, shorthand instructor, gives dictation to Sylvia and Sandra Little. 42 1 I -S-n.a,K':,' -T-cam: 'W .1-:R .rf-'R-H Kp, I - 3.58 fan s -.,. .-ff, r 'J 1:35 ein- of-4 -' I - 4. -V ,Q .--' - - , 5, . um- ra AVI ' T ' ' 1 4 1-' , I . .qs .--qmf7amrzm- .- . V , E U L5 QQ? ,. - - -. -'iii' A Cx . , . ' 'W Lg, t , .R N . A . .- -.Q , gun. 74 .1 fin' 'Q N tl 09 'Q A 3 N-in f , ,Www .' ,kv ,Jr Q., Y -. E , 1 n Q W. I ,Q ,, 5- Q., I '--..:.:,... ,G - v,. L: 4-.,?!L 4.-vgipzm 'j,- ' J: , LJ ' " fs uv ,'g."'Y.'."s 'T , V - z ' ., 4 J :I .NQ.f.,,g. Y. .Y .f -4, 5, 0 .. fir -- , W M A -6 -rig nz ' L. A ' , . Wie 00- h A L. I ' X 11TH GRADE - H.R. 205, MR. WILLIAM BURCHARD -- Row I: J. Lewis, D. Hileman, E. Gillum, M. See, L. Metty, Row II: C. Day, L. Brown, F. Siebel, S. Tim- brook, J. Hardman. Row III: W. Logsdon. M. Crowfis, P. Porter T Cro le L McCullou h Row IV- J McKenzie , . y , . g . . . , D. Willison, B. Dayton, D. Grapes. Row V: J. Goss, E, Ayers, H. Leath, J. Bennett, D. Westfall. Row VI: H. Wilkins, E. Wagus, R. Mertens, C. Abell. ,gifs , 5 , t Q- , I . A . . Aiming to break the string first at a track mee-t is Danny Webster! 11TH GRADE - H.R, 105, MR. ROBERT BIGLER - Row I: D. Koegal, C. Mullenax, H. Nery, R. Del Busso, J Kubcs. Row II: C. Duckworth. J. Johnson, K. Hiett, S Wade, J. Wratchford, Row III: F. Brisson, D. Fisher L. Carroll, J. Corbin. Row IV: T. Wagner, C. Boho, J Clayton, E. Slonaker, J. Pickard, T. Bishop. Row V: J Bowman, J. Appel, E. Hedrick, R. Paul, Row VI: D Shaw, R. Suesse, J. Wfilliams, J. Bearinger. Q QQ, ,nt-A T ' 1 I on 4 'W , , - - - .as ' , - T v-' is ff x 1 ' Wai-, ,, - -v 'A I ,en , 'ir .Q BL - rg 4' ' 9' VA l 6 a 1' "' ' 'I a 4 I E U Mg 1 ,J i 6 - ' .LJ . V I . i i Several juniors hr-lp in the preparations for the Jr.-Fr. Prom. SOPHOMORE CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS As the sophomores begin their tenth year of school, they go forward to greater and better achieve- ments. Led by Miss Jean Bower, their adviser, and the class officers, they will strive to surpass the previ- ous classes with higher standards and a better record of accomplishments. As active members of the senior high school they will try to meet the responsibilities demanded of them, and their greatest wish is to be remembered for their good work. Q6 L--a ,gk .laws SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS - Row I: Carol Murray, president. Row II: Judy Menges, treasurer, Carolyn Cooper, secretary, Jackie Reuschel, vice-president. Row III: Miss .lean Bowen, adviser. mb ,av .A CT Cf .W Q 1- RQ w if f B-A nf. I I I YO , 1 J , E ! . 1 . F 1 10TH GRADE - H.R..126, MR. ALFRED BENNA - Row I: N. Valentine, D. Owens, B. Seiler, V. Jenkins, K. SQUTIZ, P- Higgs, C. Kissner, C. Pardew, B. Johnson. Row II: S. Ball, S. Carroll, B. Divelbiss, C. Francis, J. Bishop, E. Mason, J: Del Busso, M. Saville. Row III: R. Getz, E. Twigg, F. Hammersmith, L. Burcaw, W. Thomas, R- PHFSOUS, E- N0ff1S, J. Hamilton. Row IV: S. Neat, E. William, B. Sheetz, L. Ballou, R. Shewbridge, R. Blank, L. Rowan. CJ 10TH GRADE - H.R. 131, MISS MARY WORKMAN W Row I: D. Noel, C. Miller, J. Malone, . Brown, W. Aman, C. Mull, L. Widdows, B. Buser. Row II: L. Highland, D. Dorsey, N. Weese, . Reuschel, J. Hare, M. Lewis, F. Wheeler, D. Nelson. Row III: D. Colbert, K. Robertson, V. O'Neal, Singleton, H. Shaner, G. Bartik, J. Hutzell, D, Clem. Row IV: W. Colbert, R. Morgan, R. Godlove, . Klosterman, J. Hanekamp, G. Twigg, D. Perdew. Uflw Q O I og. so Oo l '1 C7 if -99 0 :D ,gg . ll . , 3 ry . v io 31 'TB fill 10TH GRADE - H.R, 220, MR. JOHN FRANK - Row I: B. Kimes, E. Lewis, D. Cooper, L. Rowe, J. Corrigan, B. Miller, K. Somers, N. Montgomery, V. Magruder, C. Gragg. Row II: B. DelaGrange, D. Weaver, B. Swan, C. Huff, A. Schwinninger, M. Wigfield, E. Middleton, M. Grimm, R. Cook. Row III: R. Bittner, G. Athey, T. lligson, J. Smith, H. Bo-yd, R. Hymes, H. Rice, J. Ervin, J. Brant. Row IV: K. Berry, D. Athey, R. Stevens, R. Smith, J. Cain, C. Saville. 4? T? xi 97" lay if . 7 Y , '. U L4 . .- if 4' 51. W Jn 1 7 '. Y""""'ls vt- -.4 1OTll GRADE -4 ll.R. 217, MRS. IRENE WIMER - Row I: B. Beall, I. Crabtree, A. Aquallo, S. Shaffer, C. Hannen, J. Sullivan, B. McGinn, P. Koerner, J. Noel. Row II: K. Twigg, P. Chilcoat, M. Freno, E. Burley, P. Keesee, T. Rexroacl, T. Soutler, S. Weigand, J. Grahame. Row III: E. Hartman, W. Dickinson, J. Bittner, A. Mortzfeldt, R. Thompson, R. Miller, D. Brewer, L. Lowery. Row IV: J. Combs, J. Murphy, G. Shipway, H. Felh- man, C. Tnrbin, l. Bailey, D. Bray, R. Reed. 10TH GRADE - H.R. 101 MR. PAUL PERDEW - Row l: G. Cramblett, A. Muir, G. Huff, K. Sibel, P. Davis, E. Brown, J. Flanigan, B. Atkinson. M. Adams, L. McMichael. Row II :D. Bender, D. Bus- sard, Nl. Richard, K. Skiterelic, R. Weber, S. Washington. C. Nelson, H. Rhodes, W. Shanholtz. Row III: W. Rice, J. Hare, W. Lowery, G. Miller, P. Clark, J. Clites, J. Malone, R. Dolon, P. Ketterman. Row IV: J. Hilton. R. Grant. D. Liller, R. Volk, K. liingle. R. Peck, J. Snyder, J. Price. C5 . 4 i 0 , Q- N . S , o y al at 0 O . sl. -AM. - n ...A 10TH GRADE 3 H.R. 212, MR. WAYNE LAYMAN - Row 1: J. Atwell, P. Emmart, C. May, G. Mil- ler, K. Slider, M. Kidwell, J. Miller, S. Billmyer. Row 11: R. Adams, A. Zembower, Y. Stutzman, B Dicken, C. l-Iimmler, J. Menges, M. Johnson, S. Cross, S. Welsh, Row III: W. Seiler, R. Hout, D. Crone, J. Hover, YV. Priest, C. Stickley, R. Shamhaugh, P. Shipley. Row IV: 0. Bishop, C. Flanagan, R. Davis. G. McDonald, R. Bloss, P. Green, J. Rice, G. Rice. Row V: R. Valetine, R. Burkey. Sr 'T 5 I T2 S.. J L .-b W. S L- I "- 4--, ' N 1 I .3C- Expressing their opinions on "The Virginian" are Miss Mary W'orkman, English instructor, and Dave Clem, Susan Ball, Diane Hill, Robert Adams, and Linda McMichael. 10TH GRADE - H.R. 106, MR. JOHN REED - Row I: L. Wilson, M. Woods, J. Cornell, B. Evans B. Whiteman, J. Roland, B, Swanger, D. Buckly, C. Cooper, P. George. Row II: J. Seeders, D. Mower .l. Bell, C. McKinly, R. Shumaker, L. Leatherman, D. Morris, H. Shanholtz, S. Huff. Row III: M Clark, D. Martin, B. Johnson, E, Alee, B. Linn, H. Shanholtz, S. Myers. Row IV: C. Skidmore, J. Wil son, G. Blacker, G. Smith, H. Bosley, T. Lowery. Ellsworth. Attending the National Honor Society tea are Dottie Blubaugh, Kathleen Imes, Barbara Himes, Linda Rob inson, Lora Lee Kline, Connie Sansom, and Janet 'All E! 'Y' Y, f g P14 I V'-tn H 1 I 10TH CRADE H R 142 B MR JAMES ENGLE Row I E , . - . . - , . - : . See, M. Brown, G. Breighner, M. Turk, B. Carbaugh, K. Smith, J. Frame, B. Miller, I... Noel, L. Shatzer. Row 11: V. Marion, P. Dayton, G. Weimer, J. Crabtree, C. Hyde, D, Kreger, D. Clingan, S. Twigg, R. Beck. Row Ill: C. Ralston, P. White, M. Rice, B. Twigg, J. Kinser, S. Spoolcr, R. Stumbaugh, S. Shambaugh. Ni .f .. " FW . P S g U 'villa ' s I ...... ' 1 VMTN X, , 1 10TH GRADE - H.R. 219, MISS DELORES CHASE - Row I: B. Burkett, C. Logue, D. Long, M. Pryor, N. Parker, B. Wilson, A. Heller, D. Stinson, M. Jones, S. Blume. Row Il: J. Brown, B. Hinkle, L. Hanifin, A. Smith, L. Rowley, C. Callis, J. Roby, C. Bennett, A. Ault, M. Cline. Row III: P. Shannon, T. Ricker, J. Smith, J. Malachowski, C.Br0wI1, W- MHTIUU, T- Wells, G- Merritt. R010 IV! A. Petenbrink, C. Oster. SU-LUN e HM . T F09 ,, news 'W COMU5 MRMQUH ll 10TH GRADE - H.R. 120, MISS MARTHA RICE - Row I: C. Fisher, P. Moyer, C. Murray, P. lllllll l Dill, S. Wolford, D. Baker, L. Clark, V. Bush, S. Sanders, B, Kreger. Row II: D. Wralchford, B. Hansel, P. Shannon, B. Mertens, L. Waite, C. Mower, D. Hill, E. Karbaugh, W. Porter. Row 111: C. Boone, R. Smith, J. Huff, J. Davis, A. Roby, F. Nimon, L. McKay. 1.9 .. Juli 'P V ii ii ' it --it I c""ia PM fi f ice Qqii sp . 1,5 v ' ' Y V ' 3-, H-. 19' Pi ,-an. . 3 0' 'Q 'Q if 'Lt QQ ,L as. " . ,Q .Z .... '..L. Hero's steam engine is being demonstrated by Mr. Wayne Layman, science instructor, for David Lynch, Claudette Crabtree, Tom Hop- wood, and Bonnie Hamilton. 9TH GRADE - H.R. 229 AND 2385, MISS MARY MARTIN AND MR. JOHN FERGUSON -- Row I: M. Davis, V. Bechtol,.J. Manning, D. Payton. Row II: S. Gar- land, B. McCullough, E. Stumbaugh, G. Davis, B. Gaug- ham. Row III: P. Metz, B. Mowery, C. Friend, S. Simp- son. F. Hott. Row IV: B. Eaton, S. Rice, S. Brown, S. Merritt. Row V: A. McGee, E. Liller, J. Turano, J. Williams, L. Otto. Row VI: W. Carrol, L. Frock, L. Isner. Q9 .Ls i- V ' Y ' ' ..SI' 4 6 i 9th GRADE 1 NINTH GRADE I Working toward their cho- I sen goals these freshmen I strive to be successful. Stu- dents strive with keen minds, develop habits, and enthus- iasm to achieve the respect of the tribe. 9 nv CO N- Fred Joyce tries working his way into the Hi-Y. 9TH GRADE - H.R. 222, MISS LILIAN BOUGHTON 3 Row I: J. Root, E. Crowe, R. Rizer, W. Clingan, R. Metzer, J. Keller. Row II: A, Wilson, V. Stonebreaker, M. Aqualla, L. Aller, C. Bruner. Row III: D. Grimm, S. Payne, S. Propst, D. Abbott, R. Wolston, D. Twigg. Row IV: D. Hedrick, J. Corley, D. Duffy, R. Rowley, R. Tab- bler Row V: J. Lowery. cv i I- -I if CR: ,JS .Q X . Q ' v F as U 'af' . .X N' B jf- 'U -r"eFq"i?-I 5711-till: ' . I , ,,, gn' H "1 ' up M 11 . .. .df-fm - 1 war' 15, ' 'elf Q 4 2 q-1 9TH GRADE 3 H.R. 210, MR. CURTIS GULPIN - Row I: H. Hardinger, H. Hardinger, P. Jones, T. Willard, L. Clites. Row II: B. Powell, S. McDonald, C. Crone, K. Turbin. Row III: R. Miller, 0. Ketterman. R. Hill, R. D'Atri, C. Skidmore. Row IV: S. Trail, C. Clise, R. White, NI. Miller, H. Dean. Row V: G. Shank, D. Himes, S. Ebert, M. Beck, J. McGrcger. Row VI: G. Wimer, K. Deatlc-hauser, D. Winters, G. Parks. Row VII: M. Brown, R. Parson, R. Gray, C. Cross, J. Nikirk. ,A ll E ' 1 9TH GRADE - H.R. 211, MR. JAMES ECKARD - Row Row l: E. Burge, E. C0rnwell, C. Flora, V. Wilson, K. Ullery. Row II: B. Saville, C. Seiler, J. Miller, N. Mower. J. Dychv. Row III: J. Hunt, E. Long, S. Calhoun, A. Koch. Row IV: B. Sansom, C. Crabtree, J. Meeks, S. Cnc-gy, li. Holshcy. Row V: B. Miller, W. Turner, R. Wills, T. Johnson. Row VI: D. Lynch, S. Simons. W. White. NQVGR 'yin W'5uM .......,......,..f,....,. -...,.. LUNCH V1 i i I -f inf' S i 4 .. q ! 1 - ll-- - ra , " lie, "5 " A 5 1 -qs, , ,-30, 'ff' ' P. X 'HW -- J 2 lg A -7 1' sp. Tl T5 - Q li- -' 1 "S ' , 5 '4-iii-, :"I'J- I. I , ' 5 iss' " 'Q .V Yo 'I H 1 . 4 ,V Y . X -Q wwe.: in! Y . pl- . lllw " 9TH GRADE gll.R. 211, MR. JAMES ECKARD - Row I: K. Benninger. P. Eury, C. Bierman, M. Rice, J. Dun- can. J. Sturtz. Row ll: J. Zink. C. Carlitz, l.. Cruise, B. Yailler. R. Shipley. Rau' III: W. Donahue, J. Whisns-r. M. Smith, G. Hardinger. J. King, Z. Reninger. Row IV: W. Blanges. J. Swick, G. Murphy, D. Howser, G. Henry. nn in z"3 'V . ff' ' "." . 9",ff? ,gov f ldv .Q Llc. K Us 'av' VPU, .?Et'+, 1:,,,gZ,'... is fix! -'FTC -4 T as gngi lk I 'H I .E Q T5 'Ft ' , Q v 1' 1 Vit" I .S U F .. r I ii W -f -no 'i I '.,' -.tel Q' 5 stall 3 V N -fr ' ' . x vv . 4. UTII GRADE -- H.R. 240 and 230, MR. LAWRENCE STRENI .XXII MISS MARY NUCE - Row I: L. Atwell, ll. Rolii-on. C. Perry, J. Rolilm. Nl. Dorsey. Row II: D. Jefferies. S. Hartmvn. D. Lloyd. M. Lowery. Row III: V. flats. R. lfler-k. R. Wriggzlf-inan. J. LaSanti, C. Price, Ixfozt- Il': F. llutlffr. .-X. Twigg. E. Davis, J. Headley. Row l: R. Roluison. D, Etlinonson. F. Cray, H. James, T. iltlifgy. IRON' II: E. Sporizuigxle. S. Radcliff, B. Daniels, .. Vri . ,as 9TH GRADE - H.R. 1365, AND 224, MR. CHARLES EBERLY AND MRS. CASSIE HAST - Row I: D. Perry, P. Sulser, S. Pryor, S. Sirhaugh, P. Troutman, V. Thomas. Row II: C. Taylor, F. Johnson, T. Higion, R. Thomas, D. Thomas. Row III: S. Vanetta, L. Croppe, D. Miller, D. Hiett, S. Leasure, D. Zimmerman. Row IV: C. Barn- M. Marrale. S. Hoover, J, Sheldon, S. Murray, hart. Row V: E. Crippen, P. Green, J. Welsh, E. Fisher, J. McBride. QUM . Megs? qi H N10 T 841:06 U49 .l "if v N V af Covina L Q.. WORK' I WI v SSI? 'QT . vf, -0- E' . l"'g? Egg WS 9TH GRADE - H.R. 224 AND 136-S, MRS. CASSIE IIAST AND MR. CHARLES EBERLY - Row I: S. Lewis, ll. May. G. Hare, E. Swick, P. White. Row II: C. Bird, P. W'ells, J. Garland, D. Jones. Row III: S. Breighner, V. Rice, B. Robertson, C. Wrigglernan. Row IV: R. Squires, J. Oster, R, Boyer, T. White. Row V: J. Parks. L. Ridge-ley. S. Feltz. V. Wilson, R. Skinner. Row VI: D. Jewell. R. Smith, D. Shearer. Cs fu 7 .1 , I JG 'Perf xx fr. T l 5.1.-BQ - t 5, 'll e-v -12-if P -- , I . 1 P- E, Va... .. . - A '- lgdi, A l .WS . 4, 1 - W 1- , 2 a l.Q af .5 't as G9 A 'fsltsk ' '1- .,,, -4. . " ff I ' " fm ,L 1 If . ., 'Q-g- ' 'Th U' I D : '!" at " - ' Nw fn 'f-.Tj Sy " Q 3 3 .' J .S WLM.. - I Q 0 A , 14- tiwg- ' 00 -As ci' .. ' ' Q J L .6 V , 9TH GRADE S H.R. 308, MISS JEAN BOWEN - Ron' I: C, Corlvy, B. Hamilton, S. Render, D, Moore, S. Dick- inson. .-X. Bryant, Row II: J. lleuxner, U. McKay. T. Hop wood. R. White-. J. Withrow. Row III: B. Michael, J. Ker- ens. D. Munn-. M. Hare. M. Landis. D. Hilcman. Row IV: C. Smith. J. Kuhes. P. Grows. P, Jxhompson, K. Robey. Row V: C, Smith. J. Warner, B. C-corgze, C. W'indish, fi. Sihlcy. Ron' VI: D. DuRuchz-r. U. Kirlwy, R. Muugzf-s, D. Lewis. Ronnie Murphy, Patty Phillips. Pam George. Fern 9'I'H GRADE - H.R, 240 AND 230 MISS MARY NUCE XND MR. IAWRHNCE STRICM - Row I: J. Snyder, N Tuigg. S. Stickley. J. Yost, N. Plummer. Row II: J fiend:-rson. C. Merritt. J. Deter. E. Sheetz, Row III: C Diehl. J. Brinkman, S. Sayger. J. Durbin. M. Twigg Rem' IV: M. Ko-cfcr, P. Huffman. M. Prospt. L. McDonald Ron' V: R. Malcolm, R. Shamlraugh, J. Davis, D. Hensvll l.. Fnydv-r, Row VI: T. Shannon. lf. Friend, VV. Startkey R. lfvuns. Row VII: R. Frey, D. Ilcndershot, J. Riggs, M Bihlr-. C. Wiseman. Row VIII: I.. Williams. Brisson, Gladys Brown, Lucretia Ross. and Tom Curtis Turlry. exercising his right to vote, helps elect junior Boyd are busily engaged in mf-ming flu- imderqlau class office-rs. Others shown are Dennis Burns, Huston Ifath and faculty 414-adlinqg for the "Silly,-," Kcnm-th Ruins. Joe Fogtman. and Jane Smith. u::1 55' iztxsf-3' rf-4 . ,f Plan GRADE EIGHTH GRADE 0 . , . f ...au I I Advaneing. toward , h . 8, :f ge Xi K the chleftains of the 'M' 'J gg-1.'3:.gf : - W- r n., fn -4" ' .. tribe. dull '4,-,if::.'1 ' 5 I' I BTH GRADE - lI.R. 142, MISS ANNETTA YATES -- Row I: A. Smoot, H. Appel, R. Nair, E. Smith, B. Wiseman. J. Stenger, C. Nazelrod, C. Machen. L. Marker. Row II: S. Legeer, M. Brant, J. Helmick, R. Lowery, B. Wiegand, S. Johnson, K. Arnold. P. Batt. C. Wilson, S. Wagner. Row III: R. Dick. C. Twigg. L. Riggleman, B. Wfilliams, J. Green. A. Kimble. D. Twigg, L. Hamm-ond, R. R0wley. Row VI: J. Combs, F. Murray. 5 8TH GRADE -- H.R. 208, MRS. YERONICA SCHLEIFMAN 5 Row I: C. Owens, P. Mellotte, S. Crabtree. B. lleavner, M. Apple, S. lNIcElfish, R. Keller. A. Getz, D. Decker, J. Adams. Row II: B. Durgkwortll. D. Taylor, VV. Swayne, R. Ricker, J. Hahn. J. Brewer. L, Ilimmler. S. Berry, G. Singleton. Row III: J. Garland. C. Rosh, T, Propst, B. Keller, J. Furstenherg. C. Liller. J. Wilson, J. Bland. Row IV: D. McDonald, D. Helm. D. Peacock. II. Henry, W. Rive. R, De-rmer, D, Adams, J. Blonskey. Row V: N. Weber. R. Alexander. S. Crabtree. BTH GRADE - H.R: 213. MISS REGINA MCCULLEY - Row I: P. Lepley, B. Lewis, S. Kearney, D. Kerns J. Nlver. .Mon old P. McGann M Ces na M. Hansford Row II' C. Summerlot B Rawn ..,s.J. g. S. 's. . .. S- ley. R. Roach. P. Moyer, M. Paxton, A. Swartzwelter. R. Rice. R. Imes, G. Adams. Row III: T. Rowe. J. Miller. J. Thomas, B. See, R. Spencer, M. Deeter. J. Fairall, G. Nealis, J. Cline. Row IV: T. Lowery, D. Spense. R. Rice, J. Wvilliams, F. Abbott, R. Lee, VV. Springer. '59 15 ...fe " .. is IAA Me 'ruvur-4 T0 SELWN 'VHTRQN5 TIL ME RED KN E FRC K-ns L...-.,.,H Q!-abrgl ws., fbgx ,. - , .Ph . P l 8TH GRADE-H.R. 235, MR. JOHN MARTIN - Row I: G. Marion, G. Summers, M Zufall J O'Neal, J. Gentry, D. Fisher, D. Swauger, V. Kreger, L. Burcall. Row 11: A. Simpson, R Owens E Groves, G. Rummer, K. Snyder, R. Shearer, C. Kerns. ...-.........,.-.. V., 'lb-P ,gf A fm i 'Q 1 . .-. " ,iii ' 5-if f' 37 ,-F - ,' " ' -,f 4, " aa " -'T - !1'l"Mf. , tt , " A- if", V , NV It K , I fi' " , l . 3 V ni , Q25 s' 'fair . if 'R .... 8TH GRADE - H.R. 307, MISS NAOMI TETER - Row 1: J. Goodrick, S. Lowery, L. Northcraft, J. Nee, J. Hanstrote, S. Anderson, S. Evans, D. Wilson, S. Stickley, E. Hoover, R. Clark. Raw Il: B. Reed, C. Shank, J. Hout, T. Cox, M. Barnsticker, L. Merrill, D, Magruder, J. Carnell, D. Blacka. Row Ill: P, Deremer, L. Saville, C. Bosle G Wanda R Harle C. Gable, R. Daniels. Row IV: D. Rice, P. Wilson, E, Kemmet, C. Flots, D. Lewis, M. yi ' 7 ' yi Clayton. BTH GRADE - H.4. 235, MR. THOMAS MURPHY -Row I: M. Walker, H. Crowfis, S. Elkins, M. Reed, S. Wolfe, V. Evans, D, Munday, J. O'Neil, G. Oster. Row ll: J. Elliot, J. Porter, S. Clites, F. Jentry, R. Collins, R. King, R. Bennett. ll' xr, It gy, .. .......'-I 8TH GRADE - H.R. 305, MISS CHRISTINE ALDERTON - Row I: V. Koegal, J. Robey, B. Plum- mer, M. Appold, S. Miller, M. Leonard, R. Twigg, C. Sweitzer. Row II: J. Shaffer, W. Dayton, D. Campbell, C. Bechtol, R. Clark, W. Jewell, E. Lease, L. Reuschel. Row III: G. Long, C. Menges, M. Byrnes, D. Hershiser, L. Welch, M. Hinds, A. Kave, D. Morgan. Row IV: B. Hedrick, D. Bonner, P. Davis, B. Mortzfeldt. if 3. 8TH GRADE - H.R. 215, MISS PAULINE HOUSE - Row I: J. Young, P. Fey, H. Kirchner, E. D0uglas, J. Spiker, W. Dean, E. Hare, G. Witt, K. Housman, W. Twigg, T. Nelson. Row II: H. Hull, C. Sheetz, C. Ullery Ralston. S. Miller, G. Hansrote, E. Kemmell, H. Bishop, J. Emerick, L. Piper. Row Ill: C. Stinson, M. Cook Pryor, G. Walford, A. Rolly, J. Cook, J. Smith, B. Riggs. Row IV: H. Cage, S. Granigan, J. Gilford, R. Daniels Willison, R. Stevens, R. Hamilton, T. Miller. R0w V: I.. Hanekamp, ,B. .S- ,A. During the. annual "Sabre" trip Pat Bittner, Donna Robertson, and Carol Davis are pictured tourin the g . . . H. G. Roebuck 8: Son, Inc. printing and publishing Participating in class room activities are these 8th plant in Baltimore, grade math students of Mr. John Martin. .f-' G rlif. 5 'in - 45 .. .1 4 Q53 2: r-.. . ef' ' ' :Q If " 'jf 1' . Uni' 8TH GRADE - H.R. 314, MRS. NELLIE HILTON - - Row 1: P, Daychek, L. Chaney, J. Wolfe, B Brown, J. Giles, J. Hitchcock, B. Murray, M. McMichael, K. Irons. Row Il: N. Goss, B. Chaney, S Smith, S. Mclflfish, J. White, N. Schriver, G. Kissner, S. Bowers, C. Griggs, Row III: J. Nelson W. Orndorff, W. Hartung, D. Proudfoot, J. Slider, J. Belt, E. Kaylor, G. Hendrickson. Row IV: N Scott, D. Sansom, D. Smith, R. Welty, D. Grim, L. Mort, J. Malone, J. Slocomh. Row V: T. Wil liams, K. Brown, S. Johnson, B. Kerns, C. Smith, J. Ressf-r. BTH GRADE - H.R. 308-A, MR. WARREN SHUMAKER -- Row 1: J. Richard, K. Rice, D. Conners, T. Starkey, G. Reckley, F. Roach, R. James, G .E1liott, J. Furlow, D. Irons. Row II: M. Corley, P. Thomas, S. Smith, P. Brown, S. Ritz, K. Merkel, J. Wlelsh, B. See, R. Crawford, L. Self. Row III: J. Knippenburg, R. Llewellyn, R. Atkinson, M. Keller, E. Slider, M. Pryor, B. Wilson, M, Miller, R. Adams. Row IV: L. Silner, D. Galliher, J. LaGratta. Cleaning up after their cooking project in Miss Yola Huds0n's class are Peggy Groves, Barbara George, Bonnie Hamilton, and Sue Dickenson. Advancing their knowledge in social studies is Mrs. Nellie Hilton's,eighth grade class. X514 ,, v 7th GRADE Beginning their Journey through Indian pathways are these youngest of braves ITH GRADE HR 306 MR JOHNI MARTIN Row I E Porter N Twigg L Roby G Hamilton B Norton B Stafford Row II L Robin on K Owens J OBaker B Knippenburg B Peterson Row III S Kmppenburg M Farly R Gragg D Shdder .I Derrico C Harmen Row IV W Fatkm D Price A Wilson B Oster A Synder Row V S Crltes D Deneea D Wlgfield G Gordon J Shewbridge Row VI L Snyder R Beckwit I Hen el J Lance Row VII K Hert S Swanger R Long 'J' Campaigning in the lobby for the award winning Sentinel lf Deanne Di g:. seventh rader. az, .xkgmxbl 8 7TH GRADE HR 310 MR WILLIAM WILLIAMS Rowl C Hendrickson K Dill B Clopper S Eaton R Nlontgomery J Gornal Row ll L Bloom C Smith M Wagner L Uhl O Perkins Row III D Dom L Bridges S Crawford B Callis S Boore C Cvoves Row IV G Kelly T Lewis D Hayes H Vanhorn R Reynolds Rau, V G Proudfoot A Findlay B Borst C Davis S Vandergrift S Weatherholt Row VI C Xthey C Nesselrodte D Lwellen R Whalley D Diggs Row VII B Fey D Arbogast H McGuire F Struckman D Hayee S Samson Q IWW!!! 'U-" 'iR - Su8SCR0P71ay Ev !"'.: C+ Q r f . Q- if 4 ti, S - lx: TTH GRADE H- li.R. 302, MRS. EILEEN STEELE -- Row I: A. Grayson, J. Dolan, N. Kessner, M. Ensminger, L. Del Busso, S. Porter. Row II: K. Hillegas, D. Propst. G. Ruby, F. Shanholtz. R. Kaiser, C, Porter. Row III: A. Brant, M. Bender, B. Powers, M. Mazuran ,S. Beaver, H. Robertson. Row VI: O. Wilson, F. Hamilton, A. Lep- ley, R. Jones, L. Skidmore, J. Zembower, Row V: T. Goss. L. Shewbridge, K. Hillegas, R. Yost, R. Street! J. Ceclers. l. Valentine. Row VI: B. Parsons, J. Hayes .K Lease, R. Howe. Row VII: M. McClellan, B. Reed Nl. Propst. R, Hout. 1 v v Demonstrating the proper use of stage make-up on Ida Galliher and Bob McCarty is Mr. James Byrd at the an- nual Natinnal Thespians conference. , iii fsig' 1. 1 PS1 , 1 5.-6.7" '- ,L l Seventh grade art students Richard Robinson, Terry Lewis. unfl Rus- Reynolds pri-part' llallnween :locom- tions. TTH GRADE -- H.R. 202, MR. GORDON HOVATTER - Row I: G. Dolly, E. Bolinger, C. Plummer, J. Liller, S. White. J. Kinser. Row II: D. Knoche, R. Shipley, C. Harmon, R. Shobe, C, Metzger. Row III: l. Hill, D. See, N. Myers, S. Brown, L. Hileman. Row IV: D. Beall, J. Baker, R. Boho. T. Arhogast, T. Strawderman. Row V: W. Wells, F. Merica, R. McFadden, E. Hillegas, , I5 tx J nf, 'rnvun KE caan vo MAKE ulfsou . flfrliu " s , 'C X I Q if 'Q QA 5- 'mv' 7TH GRADE HR 311 'NIRS RACHEL DUNN - Row I P Imler L 'Nfyers J Cross P Croft D. Car baugh Row II A Dayton G Smith R Kerns, R Twxgg J Klosterman Row III R Lichty E Keller, R Bennett R Brady L Shirk M Stallings Row IV: N. Gillum D Nlortzfeldt D Dlcken L. Owens D Logue Row V C Lexdmger D Hott J Lark J Golden D. Mos, es Row VI A Frantz B Dirks P Swan K Norris. Row VII R Snyder J Redmger if bf Fx si- ' In S" gi., 1 :Q Q 7TH GRADE - H.R. 31.3, MISS TWILA BROTEMARKLE - Row I: D. Fey, C. McKenzie, C. Mease, C. Beck, D. Densens, H. Arnold. Row II: M, Adams, R. Stumbaugh, R. Beery, J. McBride, J. Snider. Row III: B. Miller, J. Hedrick, D. Strutz, J. Shank, J. Petenbrink, L. Haines. Row IV: D. Deahl, D. Mi- chael, J. Twigg, H. Reynolds. W. Wilqus. Row V: L. McGuire, M Kin . L. Resh S Bell M Lea. Row VI L. Malone D . g , . , . : . , . Smith, G. Stevens, C. Davy, T. Neal. Row VII: L. Hudson, S. Thomas, B. Eyler, S. Seiler, H. Reynolds, S. Burns. Cb I 112' 'Yi TTH GRADE --- H.R. 309, MRS. ROSALIE SHOBE - Row I: L. Bible, D. Evens, N. Mower, L. Johnson, D. Thomas. P. Crowe. Row ll: l". Kreitzhurg. B. Harrison. F. Deter, J. Rowley, J. Ullery. Row III: J. Shipway, W. Thompson, G. Shaffer, C. Sibley, J. Griffith. C. Gill. Row IV: J. Rees. G. Mower, S. Fuller, C. Hanger ,S. Amond. B. Topper. Row V: R. Dickinson. G. Jewell, D. Snoots. K. Minnick. R. McElfish. Row VI: B. Stevens, R. Lynqh. H. Edminston, C, Morris. R. McForland. Row VII: R. Robinson, D. DelaGrange, K. Thomas. K. Sny- der. R. Upnle. M. Lief. 0 - CD 67 Q 0 X ffl! Hff I!! .2 53 KWWL. K O 5'-345 Q O 4"""'1f'w G Q Q Ullf' Pampanon H. the TRIBAL CEREMONIES IS the mam objectlve of the braves and then' chlef tains. V mxxw Z3 ia. M lj 5 Fiiii ' , P 5 A 4 , .fi ,',l k-,V f pl' nh M ' ' " iv Viiig-Qi,e,f:: ,-.. W " ""X- H f Nw V 'ff f WU 0 W A V MA XM lf!-fl W, 5 NM r',f, I1- --4 ---1 can-q l ,,.iW 'Wil -'Yr Lnder the capable dlrectlon of, Mlss Annetta Yates, the A CAPPELLA CHOIR presents many colorful and lnterestln vocal procrarns throughout each year 1n school They are also responslble for programs presented to yarlous other county schools, churches and CIVIC organrzatrons Row I B Alexander P H1 g Q Ramp on E ,lohn on C Hyde C Sansom V lVIacKenz1e W Barne .l Shryock Row II NI Johnson Q KCSHCF C Pardew F Qmnh C Dunlap L Brown 'NI Clark 5 Txmbrook Mlss Annetta Yate Row III .l Roland J Lewls C Steyenson C Smlck D Murray 'XI Cooley B Lxppold M Tlpton Row IV ,l Menge S Gurtler L Wane K Klxffner R Weber P Porter IN Brill ,l Hendrrcks Row V J Bowman R Crowden ,l Whlte L Royce P Alkxre R Mull R Getz Row VI ,l Appel A Brewer B Mertens B Dlcken on D Norm W Rlce ALL STATE CHORUS Row I P Alkrre E Johnson V NIBCKCHZIC C Roblson Row II R Growden L Royce and .l Whrte V' 19 ff l Ensemble members consrstlng of C Stevenson, R Crowden, V MHCKCHZIC L Royce, accompanled by R Weber practlcmg a number for an assembly ia- .-jk!-w-X Ziff' 'll Y' ...... A ...M -..- -. ..-.K -nfwmq -...-Q - i Y, V' :.-:-T: , A A , n- J . , Q "-Q A C v l 'on' ' --cu-1 , -.Yu -vu 4 x V s ,, .Q-su-1 4 1 A K 4...-. I ,V :flu--1 I I I ' 1 ' if I lf: -can-vs ' , 5 I 1 N' L:-L: E , ' .f- ' N ....... , A -f--... ,, . , L . . -.... f , . an-was A ' A ' .. .. , I . V , '54 4' T R' 464-M0061 " " 0' 5 Taxi: N l h A ' 4 ,V -- "W 4 D A A - L , . 2, " " C A '-2112 f -. ' 9'-7 ' , ' ll J' 4 C rrrs If - . .r 'A sm. A .psg V s fp ff E p V l s - A 'I t. .,.,t , 4 ,I Z -5, g ll' A , ' 4' M' 4+ A V l ' , Z F 3 ' 'win A A A - 'A T . . . , ' ff U' V . . D . ':. ,.w'gs,c.- sl,. s,. ,.' ,i.,' ',l. s,. 1 - - -Ah 1 . ', Z L, , . , . , ... , . A , . , . H -, - - . . ' ,T.r. ',.. ' , . . , . y . :. ,s ' , - , . , - , . , . . .. . , .U Q, . , . , . . : . , . . , . s, . ' s , . s, . . 1 . : : . ' , . , . , v ' r' - , . . Z . ' , . , ' . I 9 ' . . . , "9 ..z A ,, ' 9 .tg Q 4 'gif , " 'P I I ' ' ff .4 ' 6 jf Y' ts A In Q, V s 4 - 075 4 in Q. .. y Q A , M h 1.1, V. wr L A , f . l l lag A l' l 5 ' ' t ,- rv AJ X l ' . l Q on s . ..x-921 . o X, I I G I . 1 xl. Performing at many assembly programs during the school year is the SENIOR HIGH GIRLS GLEE CLUB. The organization practices twice each week and is under the direction of Miss Annetta Yates. How 1: J. Beery, B. Keller, D. Lewis, M. Johnson, C. Stevenson. Y. MacKenzie. J. Hendricks. li. Nelson, D. Ensminger, S. Sonner, C, Dunlap, Miss Annetta Yates. Row 11: R. Beck, C. Miller, M. Miller. C. Pardew, J. Carnell, J. Noel, S. Timbrook, S. VVade, B. Miller. L. Highland, C. Kissner. Row 111: D. Kegal, B. Alexander, P. Dill. A. Siebel, D. Murray, B. Allender, B. Lip- pold. Row IV: P. Higgs, A. Allee, K. Kiiffner, M. Clark, L. Brown. J. Nlenges. K. Fturtz. B. Linn. G. Fwick. C. Mayne, M. Coakley. Row V: J. Mitchell. E. Cillum, N. Brill, K. Johnson, Y. Stutzman, Y. Bush. G. Miller. B. Hansel. J. Roland. L. Huni- fin. S. Bruner. 9. Sampson. Row VI: C. Hyde. C. Rowe. C. Sansom, M. Cooley. S. Worrilack. S. Cham-y. P. Porter. J. Shryock. Under the superb direction of Mr. Harold Hanson. the SENIOR HIGH BOYS' GLIQE CLUB presents vocal programs to both the student body and the people of the community. Row 1: P. White. J. Bowman. W. Rice, R. Growden. J. Bittner. W. Porter. D. Norris. D, W'ratchford. Row 11: P. Alkire, L. Royce, T. Getz, R. Jeffries, J. Malachowski, T. Garland, J. Toomey, and Mr. Harold Hanson. Row III: L. Athey. C. Brown, J. Appel, C. Robison, A. Brewer, R. Mull, B. Seiler, and J. White. -s. G A, 4 Q - .. .1 U ' WY' ,gf 'gr "nu 'A 'Z 4--' "'i' l ' f f 'fl - I r , 4' 1 tus' I I ' Na-rw K , -A? I-,nf Y vku, .Z XXI? ' IN . ' . I , , ..,, - M ff- I la' QL .. ll' ' 1 A. " .Lg i '- IA 1 ,Tm -,L 1 I .... 61 -:Fx 4 3-4 Cf. if-M. vw i, 40: O 'FZ I iA , ENSEMBLE: Row 1: C. Dunlap, L. Waite, C. Hyde, M. Johnson, J. Shryock, E. Johnson, ll. Alexander. Row II: Miss Annette Yates, directorg P. Higgs. C. Stevenson, V. MacKenzie, P. Porter, K. Kiiffner, C. Sansom. Roux Ill: R. Weber, W. Rice, R. Getz, R. Growden, J. White, P, Alkire, D. Norris. Row IV: J. Bow- man, A. Brewer, J. Appel, L. Royce. "SINGING GROUPS" JUNIOR HIGH HARMONY GROUP: Left to Right: B. Har- tung, D. Helm, H. Henry, D. Proudfoot, D. Rice, J. Slocomb, J. Hunt, J. Galliher. Mr, llarolrl Hanson, director. X f . ff: Q A Q 5 qi 'St A '- ' 'ii' 4 g I J Q 5 63 52 The A Cappella Choir entertains the student body at the annual Christmas assembly. SENIOR HlGll HARMONY GROUP: Mr. Harold Hanson, directory L. Royce, D. Nor- ris, P. Alkire, A, Brewer, J. Bowman. lllg lille 'fr f' HH Fi 5' Among the activities of the FORT HILL PLAYERS are the annual play tournament and the May Day activities presented under the direction of Miss Helen Smith. Row 1: B. Keller, B. Cross, M. Clark, P. Daniels, C. Portmess, I. Calliher, R. Brown, B. Frantz, E. Johnson. Row Il: D. Lewis, P. Baker, C. Mullenax, W. Barnes, F. Smith, S. Kesner, J. Lewis, S. Curtler, S. Broadwater. Row III: J. Fisher, P. Bittner, B. Towler, E. Thomas, S. Sulser, D. Ensminger, R. Evans, C. Hansrote, D. Blank. Row IV: J. Lang, N. Parks, C. Collins, D. Hart- ley, M. Bone, G. Hour, S. Sonner. Row V: A. Spoerl, A. Rowe, B. Long, D. Browne, M. Cooley, B. Smith, V. Hanawalt, C. Stevenson, P. Porter. Row VI: B. Adams, F. Coffman, K. Taschenberger, J. Wilson. "DRAMATlCS" THESPIANS -4- Row 1: J. Wilson, J. Fisher, D Blank, K. Taschenbcrger. Row II: C. Mullenax, D. Lewis, M. Clark, M. Baker, S. Broadwater, B. Long, P. Daniels, S. Kesner, E. Johnson. Row HI: P. Bitt ner, B. Cross, J. Lang, A. Rowe, W. Barnes, I. Gal liher, N. Parks, S. Sulser, J. Lewis, S. Curtler, M Cooley. Row IV: G. Portmess, W. Adams. . V- .22-I - The Fort Hill entry in the Maryland Drama Festival 'W ""' 'L' A . 'A is "The Ile." The members of the cast are: Left lo 1' -I I Right: G. Portmess, G. Davis, A. Spoerl, G. Couni- 'x ..,, ff-:Q I han, F. Coffman. . k Q , S , Q i .. :rw -- '- 'S "The Heritage of Wimpole Street," presented by the junior class, under the direction of Karl Tas- chenberger, was the winner of the annual play tournaments. A leading actor of this entertaining drama, Robert Mertens, won the best actor award for his performance. Seated: R. Mertens. Row 1: J. Lang, N. Parks, P. Baker, assistant directorg M. Sisk. Row II: D. Lewis, R. Crowden, M. Clark, K. Taschenberger, director, S. Sulser. ,.. The senior class entry in the annual play tournaments was an intriguing one- act mystery MHeat Lightningf' Members of the cast are: Row 1: A. Spoerl. Row II: S. Broadwater, assistant directory D. Blank, I. Calliher, director. Row III: C. Counihan, G. Portmess. "PLAY TOURNAMENTS ,,Y,,.,,,,...-..:..4. Having thrilled the audience with their one act com- edy, "My Lady's Lacef' the sophomore class captured the best actress award in the play tournaments. Row l: S. Ball. Row II: J. Fisher, director, P. Bittner, assistant director. Row III: P. Shannon. C. Mull, R. Getz. ' Y ' 5 Q' " 'HQ 1 -- .', M --o f e-n- lin- text . V 913 K, '. f Pf J? 'Q 'V .1 xii N I ' 54' . ' 'aw Y ' ' 'V' ' LJ ge 1 . U? la. . -lf ,. 4 P it p-.L Ev I' 'magma l v .IIIYEQS 3 " lla: ll hi' " 'll 1 l H 1 1 , 'N figs Collecting tickets, helping people find seats, closing curtains, and keeping order at assemblies and eve- ning programs are a few of the duties of the members of the USHERS CLUB. Row I: P. Mitchell, K. Kiiffner. M. Clark, P. Blacklin. Row Il: P. George, D. Miller, D. VVQ-ntling, D. Lewis, B. Carbaugh, A. Spoerl, N. lluff, 5. Bloom, R. Brown, P. Bittner, L. Ross, B. Frantz, Row III: Mr. David LaFon, L. Rowley, M. Lewis, F. Middleton. D. Brown, J. Matthews. P. Phillips, R. Evans, B. Keller. N. lleir. Row IV: C .Dunlap, C. Pardew, M. Adams, B. l.onEL J. lloenicka, S. Mclflfisll. C. Day, 5, Bonner, C. Stevenson. Row V: B. Ritter, N. Brill, M. DeLozier, C. Chinault, Curtler, M. llinds, R. Grimm. F. Cornwell, P. Daniels, The MONITORS CLUB. under the direction of Mr. Alfred Fritz. keeps the halls and cafeteria in order during the lunch period. Row 1: M. Brehm, L, Kiiffner, E. Nelson, D. Blank, S. Lewis. WI Barnes. C. Martin. Row II: A. Bryant, B. Swan, D. Cooper. M. Lewis, S. Shaffer, M. Fisk, D. Wertz. J. Noel. E. Twigg. J. Trail, F. Smith, J, Beery. Row Ill: J. Dyche. P. Huffman, J. 'NI R'l I 1' Po D Dori M Lowerv B Hansel N Mower Rowllf' Kerr-ns, J. Crabtree, B, Dicken. B. Delaflrange, . . IC marc s, .. pp, . s'y, . . i,. A- -4 - - A - - L. Brown. M. Coakley, S. llyson. B. Kimes, T, Sliatzer, B. Seiler.'S. Athe-yr, L. Soulher. R. Btiallingzs, D. Buckley. R- HfiflT'0f1l1 R Brinkman, S. Myers. Norton, 5. Bruner, M. llplingzer. . L-.' Q - by J kg, Q' I ' 4. l N fe'i,l"f-45. f i t , ,gf 5 ow V: Mr. Alfred Fritz, lx. Smith, H. Burley, J. Bennett, B. Riggs, J, Snyder, J. Meeks, I. bhaffer, D.1M1ller, C. Ca is, J. J. Reynolds, lf. Lewis. Row VI: J. Linncnliroggre-r. M. Tipton, 5. McDonald, 5. Cnc-gy, F. Smith, D. ' 1 il PX an 'P9 " TL' ,-9,3 J . P, --r ,, ,, U l Ll vw .. li r , W 3 1 H V . :fl i 2 i .1 U ,,-F , The LIBRARY CLUB, under the capable direction of Mrs. Noami Bennet and Miss Gertrude Ranck, carries many responsibilities on keeping the library running smoothly. Mending and filing books, helping stu- dents make selections, keeping the library shelves straight, and recording overdue books are some of the member's duties. Row 1: L. Clites, N. Valentine, M. Sisk, S, Brooks, S. Dicken, C. Twigg. K. Sommers, K. Woods, D. Koegal. Row 11: P. Ham- mersmith, S. Sanders, N. Twigg, S. Athey, P. Roller, D. Merrill. B. Ritchie, E. Stafford, M, Jones. Row Ill: D. Klavuhn, D. Klosterman, P. Eury. J. Crabtree, A. Swenneger, D. Miller, S. Bruner. I. Crabtree. Row IV: B. Brinkman, S. Sulser, B. Dicken, l ' - ' ' P. NI l ' J. S 'th, J. Nleeks P. C.. Crabtree, L. Cropp, S. MacDonald, D. Baker. L. McDonald. Row V. P. Eyler, lu. Rowe, . a aney, ,ml . , Dill, B. Miller, D. Hiett, M. Turk, B. Wilson. Row VI: M. LaGratta, R. Hollar. A. Layman, J. McGregor, S. Cnegy, M. Parson, L. Wilson, K. Clark, F. Smith, N. Weese, M. Richards. The BOOKROOM STAFF, C. Shaf- fer, l. Sommerlatt, S. Bible, under the supervision of Mr. Carl Ritchie, serve the student body ably every morning by selling school supplies. ffglx l ' 9 -g S. Brooks and C. Crabtree are busily stamping books and collecting overdue fines. 69 ,ix fl- . X A 1 i' xt x bf P 3 Under the guidance of Mr. Robert Bigler, the members of the PROJECTION CREW render their services to the school by present- ing motion pictures in many class- rooms and during various assem- bly programs. This group is com- posed of students who work con- tinuously to maintain interest in photography. 4- y w Row I' R. Kifer Shewbrid e B A . ,J. g , . I- lender, C. Brisson. Row II: C. Taylor, R. Wagner, G. Wimer, T. Dean. Row III: W. Priest, B. Starkey. D. Bender, D. Colbert. Row IV: J. Wesh, J. Ma- ' 'C ' lone, C. Bierman, G. Smith. rum - ' ' M s. The MIMEOGRAPH STAFF, under the direction of Mr. Robert Price, is responsible for mimeographing absentee slips, tests, programs, office sheets, and other miscellaneous material needed by the school. Left to right: B. Ritter, C. Bohrer, L. Royce, l.. Otto. and L. Robinson. i i 6' V I ,' 4 Working together to make each stage production a success is the STAGE CREW. Arranging scenery, man- aging lighting effects, repairing all damaged equipment, and filling any special request made by the faculty or students are some of the duties performed under the direction of Mr. Lee Alexander. Row I: D. Hcnsell, C, Merritt, C .Dyche, L. W'illiuins. Row II: Mr. Alexander, l.. Boyer, E. Everett, M. White. ll. Brinkman. "BEHIND THE SCENES" 70 , V I Connie Sansom Hzghlzghts Wrzter Donna Robertson Scrapbook Editor 'l Susan Hall, sopllomorv, and Robe-rt Mertcns, junior, won the in-ft actor and ac-tr:-Ss award for their outstanding perform- anfw- in the- annual Play Tournament, "OUTSTANDING PEOPLE" Victor D. Heisey, principal, presents the Jim Turner Award to Charles Robinson. i RE-IL . qfancfi 1649911 Jfigfz . , KX. . f tit! '-1.2 I N' - ' -iq? -. 'D -,' 7-4 , I I 0 f Four Sc-nior Girls fo COIIIIDUI For Swcvtllcarl 1 neon Honor num' .Yu1'i4'tx' nilintvs 'fa In fVll'llHHlIY !IIll'Ill" gssunla x 1 A . IH Miss Mary Calcmine, Adviserg C. Dunlap, editor-in-chicf.' ' ' H Ml ."' "N" tl ,Sllfi l,nn1'vnlmn In 5iI',L1'illill A ' l' ' ' ' l,onllm.l ,L . , . , I Q - SPORTS STAFF -- L. to R.: J. Johnron, M. Holshey, L, Henry, h ,'lu.' C. Robinson, sports editor. 4 vt.1' tt ut- 'tt ' 'Q 1 l'...gla.t. en...-- lfsnast. It-Ui.-.-1. f -I 1 Ill-aw! Un WN-lmw lqnil H4'2l4lill"' . :ir-tv on t.. mn .mmm-xx ' n- ' t FIfA'l'URIC STAFF -- Seated: N. lluff, J. Fisher, feature editorg R. Brown. Smnrlingz L. Starkey, C. Davis, B. Frantz, N. Parks. 1 , ' i, 1-1- 'L V ,, --, LM..- 'EGR un UI. ,Mgt lagS""':u'w 3,5 si!" 'LJ N' Yr I 9 PI' 1 1 .V A O M outa: 5.1 .:ti- . - 1. . .. mg- .M .-...,,." tn- bwto , 'K .P 11 ' ' ni' tum K .r', ,. Www . 1 "ffQ'4-Lfwmllgl Ftfwfl- Pal-lAlTile'llvn . in: "'Y g ' -h........,....-...- F -A' 4 11-43- 1 f :iw 'a AA 'nu zlI'l'-illl' flu-I' Ultlir- I4.Sll'h xxvrlx 33 M' rx W Cupid lljllzzlvs Hallie 1 .,. y ..K N llll l'n-nt-In 'Mamas n , X . 4 r t Nlzn t.twuItlx4:1 Y tu-rv rf- mn st. rh- nt X nut I vt 1 H--u A -v--'vt NEWS STAFF -- Row 1: G. Swick, C. Chinault, D. Brownv, A. Spoffrl. Row , , Il: E. lInrnw4rll. li. l.1,-wix S. Lunll. ' P. Hammersmith, T. Garland, D. Robin' . Qon, C. Crahtrr-0, I.. Otto. V. llannawalt. R. Grim. . 1 4 . Y t i ' ' I 1. :wt -Wu .Tsai 9 ft- FV! . 'rl 1 ll ' WWW x 1- -mv.. Ill Nz' ' N WHA- tllv L-W "V If 's' .,- - I 1 1 4 U --' - H1 ff' guwffr Wm, ninth I! ' K vt 11:31 muy vm. . tx - K wt -nz: 13.1.-vat .tl Y 5' ' 1 1 U31 J Y . t.r11'.'.nl.'.1'1l1 runny ll Y 'TN -I ' L- but Jw also vx IW- Qt-ntim-l W A M nrt. tx t 1- www lt 'K ' W: 1 i t 5 5 1 l 3 1. s E 1 . E 3, ,M I Y . I 1- M WW - .....W, ..., ...J WM ll ll 9' gf . I ,lr i ?. 'W ho A 1 it 1 .- fr V f 1' , , . 4 . 3... Q., ' 3s BUSINESS Sz EXCHANGE STAFF .-I .- L. to R.: T. Garland, L. Starkey, D. G5 . . - . I ' ,- . , Hnln-rt-rm, uml R. Kmg, htwnew H E+, ,fx ,, 5, x, II1i1I11.1gC1'5Q A. Spot-rl, exchange ,rn QS ' ' V es. , A A manager-, V nt- W, 1 I fx ' ' A ' 'muy mr mt X ' 7 ' ' Y,un'y lluff ant X "1 :st Sa.-.mm-I ' 'Y -X f':rI1-m.m' ' ' Lx xwn-Ivrftll ' A V, , lmle Arlmga A ' I ' I .mt -. !'rvurtl .ff -,H -W by T ,wuultl ltlm lu I ' 'Ronnu, Dhlna ' 'WQ L gm t 'mln' I rm-ft thmr lil '- - K f1'.nl'-.mx lhvxz' 4 ' ' llucy. Noel .tm LW I B 'Tyd Chnrw . f ' 5 1 . sgyflw f I .'..f-1-vflxxztrlrnr f tt' ,J V", ' xy W If , ,W ,,,,,. ,,,?.,... A ,. My ,.. , M ' ln, F L V Y nfmnat- I..-m . K , A .n.a'f:y:1 f,,,,. .,,,, Aw .,.,. . , ' I Y . . f'1':r tan.-r .av . wnm rr nf ' Y ' 1 11 I I 21.1111-::: ',I .'w:'.11xf-rs zm: my Ml' lktzlv rm Y, 3, , 5. ff 50110 llffllf I 3153191415115 t 1, htm" . :tif-My Nay. Jim Rive. .Inu ugh- t , , ' -:tt z..-.t .. 41-.-.rr tttfkt-:rims V. N' ""l"' a x -'fi' A Up 'I 'HH' nhl wxmrth.. .x.n..m. .1 .tt-.1 nt-r Amt! . 1 . F' tu- A Ht-r gm- 1 mx mr- farm hop,-s , V-rw V. ln.-.tr ut. ff. x , t . . . , Y w' lu-rl-vp tv-r.nwr.r.x1-2 :' ti f-v 1--rzz, l lm. .' r t y . Iv. t. X L, l l l l x N, V n.-,,f- x V 4 .1 . Nl E A ut. R. Grim, R. King, E. Cornwell, J. lfifhcr, G, Swick. H ,. . . . S. Lantz, members of the Senllnel Staff, work hard to t 1 V-1, ev -3 nwet their deadline-. ,. .. .. U.. A Il.f'Ills In llllllup Hull, M ., M - n. I 'I x I . v. .5 , .1 lm: S, ,nu .,.-- .- . U, ,,- ,. , lQ.m nm. xy, " f .rut limi.: I... um, nr ,, xy X ,, N m.nn ..,. ' 1..1.1t -mp.. ,. , u.r1.W -rr . V V ,- N. , ,, r nttl 'lv-. f M Za JL... 'Ur James L En lc Mr Carl Rxtchu Adviser Business Adnzser Xlaxme DeLoz1er Edztor In Chze SABRE STAFF NXBRE STAFF Row I J Wd on C Thompson J Wrdtch ford P Bruner L Klmf- P Mltchell NI Adams C Dau C Conrad M DeLoz1er C Paul Row II P H13 Q L Ro C Cooper P Plnlhp f Brown D Dor es P Coor P Q Broad water B Crm B Alexander Rou, Ill L Otto C Hyde E 'NL1 on I balllhf-r R Qin lr F frrnwll R Crum R Wlnrphw 'X K . sy , 3 ' A vi ,, ,. , 4 . , ,WA 1gr, 'V H 'J' . 2 in 1 ' Vr n , +- V .. .T 3' 9 r .1 A 1 - - . f ll ll i' . 7 ', JSS. -. I . I. ' zz ' . -'gn fl. fi, u. , 7, .I " C- S., H -, .ll Z' 2 , 1 s ' K ,fi COW NO -f' Marsha Adams Underclass Co-editor ,f 54... 1..-v sw Charity Conrad Senior Editor g T? y 'Us " 'ix Q as , in Patricia Mitchell Activities Editor If i Patricia Bittner A dvertising Manager Carol Davis Underclass Co-editor QB?" X Rosalie Brown Literary Editor no 4:57 Lora Kline Business Manager Finishing last minute SABRE advertising work are members of the business and advertising staffs. Row I: D. Callis, P. Bittner, advertising managerg L. Evans, D. Dorsey. Row II: P. Blacklin, C. Day, C. Thompson, L. Kline, business managerg B. Cross 8 ga Ns f' . ea- . ,V 1 5 ef - r ' Q' ,, 'UV' ii ? e Carl Paul Donna Robertson Photography Co-editor Ar: Editor l"KF4El New V31 W, za- VL JF. M ..,A J my Q' 9 - 1 , f Elwflfi? 7 I -vv- ,349 1 X e 'Ri ll ' 'Q ' --1 ta I I I " .k' x Gary Thompson Sports Editor qi .Wi f . lfgfff K - Lester Wariner John Wilson Judy Wratchford Photography Co-editor Photography Co-editor Faculty Editor Being on the SABRE staff is not all work, but some f.-. tR S l,b'thd t'. . . . unf ag Qeen a Oger tee e S lf ay par? Preparing the activities sectlon are f1VC members Seniors hclrpingg Roger celebrate, are: UM. DeLozier, L. Otto, of the Seventh period SABRE Staff. R Steele L Conrad l Galhher, P. Mitchell, and G. Thomp- son: 4 l ' A S ' K. Freeland, P. Higgs, D. Bender, J. Leith, and C. Hyde. Q in g' Iii rj, I -.-. . .MZ , Q4 'l wa-I 1 H- Q h Rendering countless services to the school throughout the year is the SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUN- CIL under the leadership of Mr. Wfayne Layman. Row 1: .I. Hampson. C. Thompson. B. King. C. Day. D. Holler. KI. Adams. Y. MacKenzie. D. Whalley. E. Cornwell. S. Lewis. P. Mitchell. Mr. Wayne- I.ayman. adviser. Row II: F. Crimm. Ii, Rowe. C. Conrad. I'. Daniels. M. Delsozier. ll. gills. R. Lewis. ll. Mille-r. Row Ill: S. Sommer. ,I. Ilird. C. Swivk. I.. Ro-s. K. Kiiffnv-r. .l. Fogtman. P, ffras-. ll .Urapm-s. Row IV: R. Smith. K. Skiturr-lie. J. Nlengu-s. C. llydf-. Il. l-Jiekinson. Row V: ll. Martin. S. llall, D, Noe-l. ll. long. Il, Cooper. C. Nlurraty. l'. Trust. J. llell. Row VI: I. Fllryock. K. TasFl10nIJ4'rg:c'r. I. NY:-ltrrutn, ll. I.ong:. R. Grim. NI. lilurlx. Selling popcorn to the spectators at home liasketliall ganna-s. are: F. Lewis. Il. Wllallvy, V. MacKenzie. and C. Day. members of the .1 Student Counril Senate. STL'Dl'INT COINCII, FFS.-XTPI - - Rau' 1: E. fjornwf-ll. fl. Day. IJ. Whallf-y. IJ. Holler. pre-itlf-nt: NI. Adams. Y. Nlarlif-nzif-. Ron' ll: I. llrimpson. ll. King. C. Thompson. 9. lx-wis. P. Hit- vllell. 77 ' 'V u .. , 1 , A R A "IF 16 JF is 15' ,X ' 'tr "l a 3 1 JUNIOR IIIFH QTUDENT COUNCIL R ul F Prouflfoot P Crow N Juhn on P fornwell R w ll D Hnett N W1 1 lk X1 on 'N C a Rau Ill J Czlforfl 5 Calhoun 9 Wnlf L Hxmmler J Lmcf- Ron ll 'NI Damel ll Lruvsfl ll Calhher D Knochn N1 ln for ma 0 1 pf-rtxtor are mm the Qfnah B Km Hull r l Vlltcllell and J llamp U . , . lg .. -. , .- . . Q C .. .. - , . ff . - s - X E ' f ' , M- -A .F Q 1 - 4 x A ' . 5 5.4 Q' Q 9 " - ' 1 2, u fu. Q . 95 .f + X F' ' , ' . I .I . x 3. l s . 'H' q -. 4 X . , i , . A. Y, ., . , A - 0':,, .., 5. 1., 0' : . , . T 'SSH J. Flin '. A. V'lQ , .l. essn . ' : . ' . . U . . ' . . 1 , ' ': . . ' S. f-ll' g ' lvs to l Sk tlull S , L S our 1' lu-rs of , . ' H - A . ' Q1 ll, f 4-, '. . ' 3 , . son. Vnrlf-r thc clirvction of the Scfninr High Ftuclvnt Council. Some- -vuirsr high g1irlQ e-njfwy 21 pcrioml of reflaxatiun. 'CQ if Q7 ' 5' Que f T Y N 1 , Y , . ' ' V-". ' xr r 1 'K t 1-J ,Q Q I ' Y ' S Q' Q. 4' ,.,g:" f, 'M' K' ' Q X .. , , 5 ,, x .'7. '. NIU' flflflfx ,XXII IH-IH CIOL'R'I' - - Row l: J. N:-6. vigghth um-lv: J. Slldllk anel F. Ruling'-r. fwc-nth grrknivg ff. Lillvfr. 1:1 lllll ally KRUII' ll: J. X. Riff- amll CI. Lillkxr-I. fI'1'-hlllvll. Rau' Ill: ll. Xtkin-un. NHllh0Il10I'l'1 J. Metz and H. Frunu. junior 1 wpvr. wphf-lxwrr-. Row IV: H.1rl1ar.1 ffm--. -I"IliH!'1 juyw' H111-hw-3. 4X'lH"'I1I N.u11-5' Shipwuy. Nenlor. 81 , . -- .,--1 , ,, 3 y . .ea Q -ew it . pf s I eff ,. Fil K f, A V' f,'fi at ' '-All . ' 1 - . , Q 9 . , ,f,, f ., -Q :gm fl -' Q , ' r rw . - f we . sg lu J. K . I 5 5 Donna udrnir:-Q Cliarlir-'s Jim 'l'urncr trophy. OUTSTANDING GIRL Intelligence, leadership, and personality have qualified Donna Robertson for the honor of Out- standing Girl of the 1959 Sabre. Having been ac- cepted into the National Honor Society in the elev- enth grade. she was elected jeweled of the organi- ation this year. Donna was Z1 journalism student as a junior and acted as business manager of the Senlincl this year. She was also chosen to compile the Senior Scrapbook, Throughout high school, Donna has been very active with art work, thus being selected Art Editor of the Sabre, and other organizations. The Sabre wishes this deserving girl a future filled with happiness and success. GUTSTANDING BOY A leader in athletics and personality, Charles Robinson has been chosen Outstanding Boy of the Sabre for 1959. '4Charlie7' has played football since he was in the eighth grade. He has also participated in basketball and track throughout his high school career. For this excellent record, he was awarded the ,lim Turner trophy last year. Hav- ing taken journalism as a junior, Charlie was sports editor of the Senlinel this year. As evi- dence of his popularity, he was elected vice presi- dent of his senior class and has been a member of the Boys' lli-Y. To ia prominent member of the "Class of 1959" go the wishes of the Sabre for continued successful achievements. Having the four qualities of leadership. scholarship. character. and service. these twenty-five seniors have been inducted into the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Tutoring and awarding a fifty dollar scholarship each year are tvvo of their activities. Row I: J. Nlclfullough. J. Lvvvis. ll, Dunlap, Mr. Yictcr D. Hciscv. sponforg l.. Henry, H. Brown, D. Bluhaugh, C. Tiohrer, J. Ilulfhey. Rau' Il: NI. Hindf. Ii. Cnrrivvf-ll. I.. Rnlninson. L. Kline. ll. Hiniex. T. lloyd. R. Grim, Row III: J. De-luCran,f1P, S. Ilurtler. K. lines Il. Funsuni. J. lll'IlllI'l1'li'. Row IV: J. Johnson, Nl. llul-In-v. ll. Holi:-i'lfun. li. llulm, Ii. King. ff WTI' wm- . KL' f' I 29 7 I 'v llurlvura Alf-xunrlcr. a memlzcr of Mr. Thomas Murphyl cla-N. dccorutm-Q thc art room. XIJXISURY ILOIQNCII. AND OI-'Flfll-IHS OF N."I'l'IONAL HON- ' Oli FOClli'l'Y - Row I: H. King. ll. Iiolu-rtwn. L, llv-nry. proxi- dt-ntg ff. San-mn. NI. Ilnlslie-v. Row ll: Nlr. Rolwrt Price. Hive PQ1lwf1n.1 Krdua Mix- fllirixtinf- Xltle-rtnn. Hr. Yictor IJ. ll:-i-cy. Nli-Q flemrdine l'rit1-lmrfl. ,sf- , I J . , f ,Q 83 f 90 OO qv C9 QQ il Q is J uu- JLNIOR TOWN MLILTINC1 z-1Lt1v1t1es IHLIUCIB L0r11luLt1r1g panels lfl 1laQQr1111111Q awembllci and OH the radlo and of thexe pamela the Qtudents OPIIIIOII max l1epreQente1l w I N11 5 11'y Workxnan 111 1r e 1111 1 .1111 011 r1Q1 ent 0 mson fukha N1 Q N1 ll 1 1111 11 N1 er OIL ll 1111 Jer D nope r K on11 r 1 KW 1 11111 1n11 B Fm R Bonncr ll, III XI I ark B yan K Kuffner X x18KKlHLlt ,I 'NI1t1h1 Il IIT ex Sta Row I U Ln mln er an r11t1 1111r 1 Q 1 1 ra 1 1 11 1 nu, H A1 1111 XI on ICDOHd1l1 C Un SOII S ut .1 or w fl aw er ll 1n 1m R1 11 1111111 I Xppel 11111 1 I Carlaf R K11r lnder the d1reQt1o11 of Mr XVIHIBJH 112651111 and Ur Idffar Rexnolds the SCIFNCI' CLI B 11111111111 11utr1 tlonal C-xperi111e-11ts throuffhout the wear 011 such '111i111alS as hamsters and white rats. w 1: B. Kin i. rixr '. - 11-ry . . son. . - . Q. Il '13, 0111 : 1 r. lc '1r 1-'no 1.'. ' i. 2 3 , .1 1-1 .- 1 1 . Y ' 1 . 'Q S. '1n1 cr ri . XIO ag I4 . .' . V' iam effxon ' vi:'1'r. 1' : . ' re A. lfillll. . u 112: 1 . 0 ey, .'11i1Pr. . r11w11. . 11C 'wirt 1. . e . 011, "2 . urcaw. . ftw-1'. . , Davi:. K X T" X RL 900 Wfff,t1utE?2f51Z Wfattw A xr- Q- Kxi ' if 1 j 4 4" E ,fagll ,.-A , N Urfffggw X W Mu ....::sT't- , A .11-T,-J ".z--,?l---' ' 4---an-F 5:-gg Competing for the summit in five sports are the MlcHTY,wARRno,R5 FOOTBALL am , V -. "ff CY i . msg M awcww 1958 CITY and C.V.A.L. CHAMPS Fort Hill's perennial City-CVAL champs ran their unbeaten string to 20 games. This year's Sentinel edi- tion combined bone-crushing blockers and tacklers with shifty, hard-running backs. These ingredients, characteristic of past Hahn-coached teams, enabled the Red Raiders to complete one of the most successful seasons in many years. Coach Wayne Boor M .,a-'S' ' ' 'lb Overall, Coach Hahn has compiled an enviable record of 108 wins, 11 losses, and 7 ties while at Fort Hill. The Sentinels, finishing CVAL competition with an 5-0-1 slate, posted an overall record of 8-0-1. Fort Hill steamrolled La Salle, Frederick, Martinsburg, Handley, Beall, Westminster, South Hagerstown, and Allegany. A 6-6 tie with North Hagerstown marred the Sentinel's otherwise perfect slate. Coach John Frank If R .JK . A ,Z,,,,P, M aw ,TQ 25 .yi w fx, F, K"4v' f ' . . Lawrence Cosgrove End B 1 K 4I""N A .B ff Gene Counihan Bill Hahn Tackle Guard FOOTBALL MANAGERS M Row I: W. Starkey, G. Thompson, Head Managerg J. Turano. Row II: R. Shew- hridge, and E. Ayers. Fred Joyce Center Q? fk .ily ir . j, ff Y .A .1 Q Ken Cray Bill Koerner Tackle Halfbtlck Fullback Tom Davis digs for pay dirt. LeRoy Henry Jim Hammond Halfback Halfbzzck -1 B ieie , . - y y y . B ...y.. .A . y Lg? e Q 0 f ,L E? , .Wi-I -' ,y tgg i ' N ' 5' iQ Y. , fg, , , .. sl-.zvrwqs 1 ,W 1- Q 1- 1 F 's"s.x , , I ,. if e -.5 . - 1' 'Z dp- f ' 1 VV i vil, 3 it M V ' 5'-.1 , 1 X , M ' 6 ' ' ' ' V .. - U , , , Q 'ii ?V' L , X A 1 A . N f A ,Bw , , B 1 'Q 1 :gg b C 1. . A... . f Walter Reed Guard xl ' 1 I! gg M ea W Tom Davis, Captain F allback Charles Robinson Quarterback O ,BP .0 'P Q H. in v-. f . ' f Q " x " 'fi - . N 's Bob Royley, Captain Cary Holtzman Tackle End Tom Davis and Lawrence Cosgrove close in to make the tackle as Bill Hahn moves up to assist. FIELD WORKERS - Row 1: D, Bittner, J. W'agner, J. Perry, B. Bosely. Row II: J. Miller, T. Getz, C. Kean, J. Seeders, P. Ketterman. Row Ill: Coach "B0bby'i Cavanaugh, adviserg C. Shipway, R. Smith, J. Rice, R. Litlittf-r, C. Boone, ? L.. Jack Weltman End lo I Denny Stoops Guard Donnie Lewis H al I back 'e fl", J.V. FOOTBALL SQUAD - Row I: Coach John Frank, C. Murphy, R. Peck, D. Purdew, A. Petenbrink, B. Twiggy R Parsons, R. Manges, H. Rice, J. Shook, B. Helmick. Row II J. Miller, D. Clem, W. Colbert, P. Green, J. Kane, B. Mangue J. V. Schedule 1 C. Colbert, G. Athey, G. Henry, R. Blank. Row III: R. White, S. Simons, J. Bell, K. Mingle, D. Liller, B. Cross, B. Ritchie, J. King. . 4? -vx Fm Hill OPP- l2 ..... . . .Ridgeley . . - - 0 20 .... , . .Keyser . . - r 0 19 .,.. ...Romney ... .. 7 26... ...LaSalle.... 0 18... ...Keyser ,. .. 0 28... ...Beall ......... 6 34. . . .... Hancock Varsity . . . . . . 13 32. . . .... Allegany ........ . . . 0 Won 8 - Lost 0 On the way to beat Alco! Varsity Cheerleaders Leading the students in cheers for victory at the football and basketball games are these six peppy var- sity cheerleaders: Row I - Patty Miller, Captain, Row I1 - Mary Jane Adams and Nancy Huff, Row lll - Patty Phillips, Sharon Blume, and Diane Robin- son. Their adviser is Miss Christine Alderton. . N ,K X X , 9 , - ' uw 'A P 'T 4 an xf' " F? N s n 'N 'X 1 -X 3 X 5 k . -5 L 'N 'u f QI, ff' K . b y X' X ff L V X 'X , 4 ' ' u Z ' Xb 12 V "9 -f 9 N' Q fl' 3' 1 T 1' fzzffg fix. ltr: f' ,V .Xa I. 4 .' rag A ," V F . 3 X ' if A Y xiii' :tm A' X happy. Xil'fUI'iUll4 football squml aftcr the Turkf-y Day gamf' with MI:-ggany . . .I.Y. CHEERLEADERS --- Row I: D. Helman, S. Wagner, P .Grow-Q. Row ll: X. Catz, C. Corely. Row III: Y. Km- vgul. BASKETBALL Wayne Buur llvml fforzrh XAPXIKSITY BASKlf'l'BALL SCHEDULE Fort Hill 45AA 40A. 59AA I6 A 49. 63 61 AA 52 A 68 5-1 A 35 518 62 51 50 82 7 I 51 46 72 40 Frederick .,... No. Hagerstown LaSalle ,..,... So. Hagerstown Alumni A, A Martinsburg A A A Valley A A AA Bruce A A Beall Nlt. Savage Allegany A No. IIHgZf"fSlUXNIl Nlartinsliurgz Laialls- Valley Bruce Beall Nlt. ina, A-Xllvgany l"recleric'k So. llagcrstuwn Opp. 42 59 42 44 37 62 63 56 67 49 50 60 58 68 65 66 39 53 59 64 67 'f llharlvs Smith and Jim Evkart. as-ist lmusketlxall coaches. I l v I , i 1 i f t Q , N z X! f Q in H11 Q " i if 414 s 'S i' New i"ii L? 42 VARSITY B.XSKETB.'XLL SQL.-XD - Rolf I: L. Henry, D. Lewis. D. Baldwin. C. Robinson, li. Sheetz. Row Il: J. Rice, R. iilanglvs. J. lYJf'lZitiI'llllgQ'. ll. Torluit. C. Twiglg. ll. ll:-nder, manager. CITY CHAMPIONS Linder the excellent guidance of rookie coach Wvavne Boor, the l958-l959 edition of the Fort llill cage quintet has completed an outstanding season and compiled an enviable record. This year marked the first time in thirty seasons that the Sentinels took the court without the tutelage of Coach John J. "Bobbin Cavanaugh, and with only two regulars back from last yearis State Class "A" champions, Coach XVayne Boor faced some-what of a rebuilding job. lJ. Lewis battles for the l't'lNlllIltl in thi- N. Hagerstown game. The Sentinels are fortunate to have found an able and hard working coach in the person of Wayne Boor. His emphasis on fundamentals was evidenced in the fine pass work and defense of the Sentinels. Combining excellent passing, shooting, and ballhand- ling with an outstanding defense, the Sentinels have completeil their second straight winning season. Of the 12 wins. the most outstanding were the victories over Allegany. LaSalle, Nlt. Savage, and Bruce. ll. Robinson goes up for a jump shot as IJ. Baldwin and L. Henry move in for the rebound. amuu 1 NNN 47 ' gl ' ex 3' I A NX f ' 4 55 XJ sag' li , u ,Y as 1 W 'RT .10 xl V I R511 Hill 1311 FT Y, 'I fl- , J .l ,433 -- 1- " .V K -N . 5 . ' ,. ' , V A ' f - f ' 1 '-' -1. . J af' 9 w . . . X . -J A i I If ' S Ig 2 I . f ' I XV- . ,X .M . fyly '. " ' f ' rl VE: 55 3 H ? 'I . .. 1 -L-4 '- BKQEB KLL Q HKD Rom I . ,,'!A .sal Q' 'xl J 2, Xe ...f 1 TX. 4 .lx l L.. CA T414 F' JF r' if' F 1 . .. .- L I -Q g - ' : J. Stinson. D. Lewis. J. Hammond, R. Jones, lf, Weaver. C. Wolford, T. Roy, T. Shaw, C. Slo- naker, Row Il: Coach "Bobby" Cavanaugll, J. De-laCrange. J, Hanipwn, XI. Ninee, C. Puffs-nlmerger, R. Manges, C. Klean, J. Kline. R. Roliinette. J. Perry, Manage-r. CITY - ACL CHAMPIONS Fort Hill Opp. For! Hill 3 . , Alumni . . 1 3 . . LaSalle 8. . . , . Mt. Savage . . , . 3 0. . . . . Valley . 3 .... LaSalle . fl 2 Beall , 13. . , ,Valley , 4 5 . Bruce . 6. , . . Beall , . 5 19 . . . Flintstone ll . . . Bruce . l 0 Allegany 20. . . , Flintstone . 0 I3 . . Allegany 2. . , . , , Mt. Savage . , . 2 D. Lewis tee's off against Alco. D. Lewis flretrlies to make the put 556W . 'Q' . T uxwulii out on a closc Opp. U0 ...1 H0 U2 ,.0 .Ml U2 play at firs Ev' VARSITY TRACK SQUAD - Row I: G. 0'Baker, F. Joyce, D. Webster, M. Holshey, C, Robinson, J. Meeks, B. Koerner, D. Burns, T. Davis. Row ll: Coach William Hahn, G. Holtzman, B. Hanger, L. Miller, B. Rowley, L. Cosgrove, L. Henry, D. Keller, F. Grimm, Coach Wayne Boor. Row III: L. Hymes, managerg J. Bell, M. Zembower, J. Wellman, B, Hahn, M. Hast, L. Kelly, J. Berringer, R. Erickson. Triangular Meet C.V.A.L. and County Track Champs County Meet Fort Hill ...,,. 69-2f3 Fort Hill . . , , . . 113 So, Hagerstown . . . 4-6-1f2 Allegany . . 52 No. Hagerstown . . , 36-5f6 Beall ..... , 15 Handley Invitational C.V.A.L. Meet Handley .,,.... 58-4f10 Fort Hill .... 75-1f2 Fort Hill . , 51-7f10 Frederick .... 62-1f2 Dual Meet Handley . . 51-1f3 Fort Hill .....,. . . 109 State Meet Beall ..,,........ 27 Northwestern . . 55-7f12 Fort Hill Invitational Walter Johnson , . 51-1f4 Fort Hill ,...,.,.. 77-2f3 BCC ...,,..... 4-7 Montgomery Blair , . . 61 Fort Hill . . 30-1f2 J. V. TRACK TEAM - Row I: D. Howser, B. Sheetz, G. Counihan, D. Shewbridge, F. Robinson, W. Thomas, R. Wimer, B. Shewbridge, L, McKay. Row II: Coach William Hahn, A. Stevenson, C. Oyster, D. Baldwin, K. Gray, R. Valentine, P. Green, E. Shoup, P. Green, D. Grapes, Coach Wayne Boor. Row III: J. Hahn, manager, J. Hamilton, G. Athey, D. Mower, G. Norris R. Parsons, J. Bell, A, King, J. DeColael. RFQ, 'Pal .1 wr V. n 'QE ., . 0 1 o 1 I f' - l i hrnnlf la 'f ff?'lVi if Y 11 , ,mn 5 LIS Q P X I ff mmf "Mkt FXQD 3 DVD! ww, ESE? X 4flHlmX XWIIIHHK :awk ktxxxkk KQ A f S S325 gee gf, 3 S 2 , e f p I SMOKE SIGNALS , sent skyward help support the Red Raider S. L BHUWNES STUHE 430 432 WILLIAMS STREET Hamel Y. Browne 7 T L . FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Freezer Supplies - ce Cumberland Ice 81 Cold Storage 351 Fredenck Street Best Wishes from PARK STREET ESSO 28 Park Street R E D S Used Cars Sales Lot no 7 722 Greene Street PA 2 8150 Lot no 2 opposite A 8. P Mkt Wlneow Street P 4 7l ll CLEANEST CARS IN TOWN COLLINS G M C Truck Company G M C Trucks and School Busses Case Tractor and Farm Machinery Route 40 East Cumberland Maryland Phone PA 23922 THE CLASS OF 59 Blubaugh s Esso Statron Compliments Muller Brothers Garage Congratulations to THE l959 GRADUATES from Mason s Snack Bar Congratulations to the CLASS OF 59 Clme s Sport Center I 1 A. - 1 Congratulations - to of I - ' ' I 1 'l2'l1 Ella Avenue PA. 4-0530 HAMMERSMITH BROTHERS RESTAURANT Lindy's Coffee Shop Mr and Mrs Walter Smith Owner and Manager CHICKEN STEAK DINNERS SANDWICHES Phone PA 2 3399 Route 220 North Bedford Road Cumberland Maryland Best Washes to THE CLASS OF 59 A M JACK GROCERY Phone PA 4 0360 'I304 Vlrgunla Ave Cumberland Cornpl :ments Curtis Confectionery an Coney Island Lunch THE I959 GRADUATES from McFarland s Auto Shop specvahsts rn wreck repaxrlng and panntung 507 Pune Avenue PA 4 'I216 NEHI Bottling Company Bottlers of RC COLA NEHI PAR T PAK COLLINS Studebaker Garage sALEs and ssavuce Phone PA 41542 72 Henderson Avenue O Neal Cut Rate Store Baltimore Avenue and Shades Lane Patent Meduclnes Tonlet Artncles Gift Toys PA 2 4441 4 I of O O ' ' ' . , Md. Congratulations to ' 1 I VALLEY LUMBER CO. "where the home begins" Complete line of building moteriols Bedford Road lnext to Firehalll PA. 2-7760 RAIN OR SHINE FRIDAY AT NINE IT'S REC CLUB TIME CENTRAL Y.M.C .A 205 Baltimore Avenue Cumberland Maryland Compllments of Burke s Restaurant 'IO Flfth Street Compliments RAY S J EWELERS Meet your frnends ot CUMBERLAND 5 own SKATING RINK CUFFY S Queen C :ty Rollerland Corner Confectionery Dlnung ond Donclng SOUfl'l cenffe sffeef dnstnbutors for Chicago 8. Cleveland Roller Skates cresaptown Maryland Compliments JOHN A FIER Inc 50'l Baltimore Avenue 218 220 Wlllnams Street Cumberland M0"YlU"'d of of I I I . ' ., f , Perrin's Food Market of I ' ' Congratulations to the Graduates ot 1959 from STATE EACHERS COLLEGE FROSTBURG MARYLAND Programs leading to Bachelor of Science Degree In Elementary Educatlon Junlor Hugh School Education Junlor College Program Graduate Program leadnng to the Assocnate nn leadnng to the M Ed Degree Arts Degree for teachers For further Information Registrar In charge of admlsslons State Teachers College Frostburg Maryland OVerbrook 9 6622 1959 SUMMER SESSION FIFTY SEVENTH YEAR BEGINS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1959 BACHMAN TRANSFER an STORAGE INC Congratulations to THE CLASS OF 59 are s Delicatessen 48 Humblrd Street Cumberland Maryland VIRGILS MARKET MEATS and PRODUCE 1306 Rnver Avenue PA 4 1330 S 84 H Green Stamps COACH SYSTEMS Inc Convenient Parking Unlon Street and South Mechanic Street 106 Miss Enzqbefh Hitlchins A ' JUNE 22-JULY 31 ' Cl W ' ' I a I o 0 ' - Ol'1 E!-XHHY UN HIEHAHD g ,JJ LC! my HUBINSUN PLUMBING N HEATING COMPANY if 77 A "4 germ' " . I l : N J QQ 'F N A A' Y N lv 1 1. ! E 1 F N, y KV ,J is Brothers Frormk and Charles give Instructions. 7 00 UC C155 0 JIM S TEXACO 'I04 WINEOW STREET PA 4-97'I'l Mechanic on Duty Doily EXPERT BRAKE SERVICE ALL MINOR REPAIRS We give S 81 H Green Stamps MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR SALES and SERVICE Krghf s Garage ROUTE 2 BALTIMORE PIKE Cumberland Maryland Phone PA 4-4170 CEC S RESTA1 URAINQF 508 PARK STREET CHICKEN RABBIT STEAKS HOAGIES DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS Phone PA 4-9728 Prop. CEC GRIMES FOR NEW STYLES TRY BURTON S 9 I and FARM MACHINERY TOP QUALITY and LOW PRICES 9 I I IO8 COMPLIMENTS OF SUPER CONCRETE COMPANY Inc Your Headquarters for Ready Max Concrete and Bulldmg Supplies Foundatuorm to Roof 38 Years or honest and reliable servuce 405 4l'l HENDERSON AVENUE PA 2 4260 STHEETTS BUDY and PAINT SHOP H E DOUGLASS 229 Springdale Street PArkvlew 2 0520 WHOLESALE MEAT DISTRIBUTOR BLUE BONNET MARGARINE FLEISCHMANN S YEAST Fresh Meat Hotel and Restaurant Products A S T O R Phone: C A B S PA. 2-5050 IO9 , Q 11 - . . . . ,, n - - n 7 O O . . I STUDENT COUNCIL Presldent Douglass Holler Senate Elaine Cornwell Vuce President Marsha Adams Vera Elaine Mac Kenzue Secretary Carol Day Gary Thompson Treasurer Darlene Whalley Jnm Hampson Bob Kung Senlor Representatives Junlor Representatives Sophomore Representatives Elizabeth Rowe Charnty Conrad Floyd Grimm Pat Daniels Maxune De Lozler Jack Weltman l06A Ruth Lewls 2 Presndent Peggy Groves Vrce President Steve Johnson 9th Grade Representatlves 2 0 2 0 Nyoka Twagg 7 222 240 224 Roy Muller 2 Eugene Merrnll Blame Daniels Delores Hlet 2 2 308A Advnsers Mr Wayne Layman Mr Sandy Sonner Carol Mullenax Jean Bnrd Gladys Swnck Lacrntla ROSS Kathleen Kuffner Phnlup Crass Duck Grapes JUNIOR HIGH 2 22 27 9 142B Bob Smith Kathernne Sklderelack Judy Menges Bull Dncklnson Carol Murray Donna Martin Donlna Noel Delores Long Charlynne Hyde Secretary Gayle Proudfoot Treasurer Betsy Cornwell 8th Grade Representatlves 7th Grade Representatives John Adams Ruta Daniels Mary Cessna Sharon Wolf Donna Bnshop Don Gallger Karaya Arnold Eddie Lease 9 22 6 Becky Topper Judy Shank Barbara Parsons James Lark David Knoche Aneta Wilson John Martln Noveltles Leather Goods Pencils Book Matches Calendars SIMEG WILSCJ 55 Boone Street Phone PA 41143 Cumberland Maryland representung ECONOMY ADVERTISING COMPANY IOWA CITY, IOWA IIO ll3 ' IO2 2 O ' l2l ' lO5 lOl ' ' ' l08 ' l22 ' l l29 ' I33 ' I ' ' ' l28 ' ' ll5 - ' ' I20 I23 l04 " IO6 . 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I42 305 A O ' I CHIK-N-BASKET SHRIMP-N-BASKET ' ch F ' SUBMARINES best SP NDWICHES COLD DRINKS PIZZA gerdmandfs 3 X bel d Maya DELICIOUS THICY SHAKES SUNDAES BANANA SPLITS FLOATS SODAS CONES CAR HOPS enb aum For Your Graduation Gufts SPEARS EWELEH5 62 Baltimore Street Natlonally Famous Watches Artcarved Diamonds Stieff Sterllng Trlfarn Jewelry CHRISTOPHER PHOTO LAB WHOLESALERS CUMBERLAND MARYLAND A Complete and Dependable Photo Service III If X with Fren rues -7' t I ' I' in town - HOT DRINKS .s ' TONY FRENO, Prop Cum ran , r I nd U 1 I lRllTZMllLlLlER lYlllEMlORllAlLS YOUR CEMETERY MEMORIAL DEALER Over Fifty Years Means Your Satisfaction Authorized Rock of Ages Memorials And All Other Fine Granites FREDERICK and GEORGE STREETS DIAL: PA. 2-4300 Famous for Tasty Foods Morris Motor Express RITTER S GRILL 204 Baltimore Avenue opposite Central Y M C A Incorporated Transportation General Commodities 505 Springdale Street Phone PA 2 8440 Exclusive Service Tri State Towel 81 Coat Service Corner Frederick St 8. Regina Ave Cumberland Md Representative GLEN K DAVIS Phone PA 2 7544 DAVIS Motlon Picture Service 'I60 North Centre Street PA 2 3050 KLINE PHOTO SERVICE Guaranteed Flnishlng Wedding Photography Albums Developing Printing Copying Headquarters for Class Blllfolds and Enlargements 39 Boone Street Phone PA 2 'I922 I C I l , . Oil Coloring -,., ' ll2 THE CUMBERLAND TIMES NEWS CHANEY V jransportation Qompany TBI STATE MINE 8 MILL SUPPLY EUMPANY G G THE WILSCN HARDWARE COMPANY 3 V MAC R O Q C . '59 GRADUATING CLASS 3 RTH MECHANIC STREET 310 COMMERCE STREET THE SUUTH CUMBERLAND PLANING MILL EUMPANY MODERN HOMEMAKERS C cook ' P 9 ELECTRICALLY Electr c cook ng s I CLEAN - COOL SAFE NO SMOKE NO SOOT - NO FUMES THE POTQMAC EDISON CQMPANY Your Community Lumber Yard Since 1896 31 QUEEN STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND L ff 0 i i i QUEEN CITY DAIRY wa' Enjoying Queen Cnty s Delucnous Mnlksnakes are Lorraine Evans Lora Klnne Pat Bnttner and Barbara Cross H5 ,AL I l' V' gm ,M Q .., . ...... ,- N aa Q ' , U Ml M Q a. -, a , ,. a-, A J f. 3 ' 57 L . I I I ' SHIPWI-XY MUTUH FREIGHT 57? fr' Add BALTIMCRE E1 OHIG LOCAL FEDERATION NO 7 n no ed wut ystem e ercn lon No R. E. D. ond A. F. of L. Cumberland S Oldest Shoe Store Smlth s Tender Feet 137 Baltlmore Street Cumberland Maryland Good Goods Come In Luttle Packages THE S T LITTLE JEWELRY CO REGISTERED JEWELERS Arnerncan Gem Society SYKES STYLE SHOP Speclal Attention to Junlors C5 151 Half Slzes 12V2 to 24V2 Sportswear Dresses Suits Coats Evening Wear Lingerie Bras Gnrdles Open 11 a m 9 p m Everyday 805 Maryland Ave Phone PA 2 1570 Compliments of Keech s Drug Store 43 and 600 Vlrglnla Avenue Prescrnptnon Servuce at Both Stores Phone PA 41208 and 2 7112 Cumberland Maryland o a ' I o I . . . . . - I - , I ll7 PUTII AE FARMS Sth and Race Streets Cumberland, Maryland Phone PA 24410 -rulvgp Aa. WH WM ww. :www fe we My ATR! H Getting thelr energy from Potomac Form Milk are Bull Koerner and Bob Rowley RLIHL STUDIOS 3718 6Ufl'lQl"6l 0l"tl"6lli5 F II8 ' - O I ,g W V fax? 1 1 j t' it I QM ',," ff Q -"" Lf' W' Vg f vttt ' ' if ,t n ' I .VVV fp In A 4 r' ii Ei 5 . I To gy , A . . i . ,, ,Z V? f y.a',,,4w " W' f t-1' ig x V A - ' - 13. N n A Y fa at .A :rffy wx t .1 ,fshf-4.54 , - 5,1 eett gre . , gt- h V. t t t - U . . Rod and Reel Service K ing's Tackle Shop Phone: PA. 4-2070 243 Virginia Avenue Cumberland Md B. L. GEHAUF Meats . . . Groceries . . . Produce Cor. Williams St. and Maryland Ave. PA. 2-7282 The Flnesf Meats In Town are Found at GARLITZ BROTHERS First Street and Grand Avenue Congratulations THE CLASS OF 59 BEN FRANKLIN 5 AND 10 CENT STORE Locally Owned Natlonally Krown Buchanan Lumber 549 N Centre Street ED S Mercury Outboard Motors 261 William Street Cumberland Maryland Cumberland Maryland Congmfuloflong For the Flnest nn Dry Cleaning Drapes and Furniture Covers THE cLAss or 59 South End Cleaners 81 Dyers Cl hour dry cleaning Rugs 8. Upholsteryl S 2l9 Virginia Avenue Phone PA 2 3322 Esso Service Station CITY CLEANERS 501 N Centre Street . . to I Co. I to I . . . ll9 Congratulatuons to For Electrlc and Plumbmg Supplies Hardware Pamt and Glass Y CLASS OF 59 our Headquarters are Lathrum s Confectionery 401 V2 E Oldtown Road Schwennmger s Hardware 208 Vnrglnla Avenue PA 2 1222 79NC WARHAFT S DRAPERIES SLIPCOVERS FABRICS KIRSCH RODS Free Estimates On custom draperues entre St Phone PA 4 1740 C 0YLE BROTHERS SANITARY MARKET 232 Vlrgnnla Avenue Phone PA 4 4360 Congratulatlons WARD N HAUGER JEWELRY CO 16 North Centre Street Phone PA 5665 Cumberland Electric and Acetylene Weldlng and Cutting 102 Wnneow Street Cumberland Maryland Phone PA 26290 S C Twlgg RICHARDSCN S Corner of Park and Harrison Streets We Wrlte Every Form Insurance Protection Alrllne Steamship Rau Tours I20 ' I I 0 I to THE CLASS OF '59 Welding 8: Supply CO. I . of . 1 y I Compluments of LovERs LEAP Esso STATloN was '-Gap iss E.LU Sove two woys ot lberts B113 EIFCIE Market West Route 40 Cumberland Maryland PA 2 6900 Fomous Foods ot Low Prices Plus S 84 H Green Stamps Shop to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday To 6 p.m. Saturday 121 I r 1 W , I 6 .M . ,JM ' KKK nf I , f grim, M-5kjfk"d YKAV .K L S ,V ff f. Q EER NC S fp 1 aa . . 77 I Get The Best Get The HOUT Construction Company I-IAULI NG AND EXCAVATI NG CbIdMyId Shades Lane P.0. Box 'I304 um er an , ar an Johnson s Grocery 401 Pennsylvania Avenue PA 4 9880 QUALITY LUNCH Everybody can cook but the art ns nn the seasoning 20 South Luberty Street H S ATHEY Wall Paper and Pannt 432 Vlrglnla Ave Cumberland G A R R E T T S 325 Vrrglnua Avenue Cumberland Optlclans AL TOSH Owner 15 South Llberty Street Cumberland Md Phone PA 24757 Cumberland Cloak and Suit Store Baltimore Street Ben Kamens George Klnne It Pays to Cross Town to Kllne Furnlture Company 405 413 Vlrglnla Avenue Phone PA 2 4820 NEFF S GIFT SHOP FOR FINE GIFTS 25 N Centre Street Cumberland Maryland I . . - . ' I ' ' ' . , Md. 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