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

 - Class of 1960

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Vrfi' ' , A W? ., 1' 4'-5-Kfwfrf,-WF--, -1 1- -f 421- -' ' ""x'L1L'3 f-.- . ., V 4igjM,V, V'---'-55 ., ,. ,V , Q 'if-Sit, .5 1 'Q 5335 E' Eli- -TS? 9'-. Lv J 'H-ifV,g1'gf,,3wf--33,-,Y mj5WiVV?5.VV.VVV VV? " V-" f,fff:v'as- . W -. ' r -:Vf-.-:--,-g-Q:.V.,,--- -is . ' r-Vffgiiii-s'i57'ilJtfpfl-an--'3'V ' 5 .- .'.:'5?fsiVJ-Qxifff-,fir-12.2.-'Wifi5--212V- -21 ' swf, .. . - ---MVVV-V,f-..'f'V-i,g:-3V1-,yggs-ffipiif-,.sv ' I n Memoriam With sincere sympathy and never-ending devotion, the class of Nine- teen Hundred and Sixty presents the HSahre', in memory to lVliss Regina lVlcCully. Miss lVlcCully will always he remembered for her kindness and con- sideration throughout her tireless sixteen years of faithful service in the Social Studies and English Departments and in the Junior High Student Council of Fort Hill. Her memory will linger in the hearts of those whom she has assisted with problems and of those Whom she has guided to success. i E E ? 5 5 i X 2 i 9 U a f 15 ' ti . , I :V J. K, t w.?:v5,?i. 5 ,1 4 Nancy Huff and Patty Phillips pep up the crowd to cheer their team on to victor 5 tai? Q .Abtfbtnifl As We begin the 1959-60 school year we find ourselves surrounded by the beauty of Autumn. The annual Thanksgiving Day food Clrive, the Tur- key Day football game, the many scholastic pro- jects, and the splendid performance of the band are a few of the many' activities in which we participate during September, October, and No- vember. Come with us, now, as We remember these thrilling events. Y. W, W, ., WW. Y, A.,-X. 1 -f Y-ISL Mcfor Jleiaey, rinciiaa Fort Hillians will always remember their prin- cipal, Mr. Victor D. Heisey, who has placed his leadership on the threshold of greater growth. A courteous leader, a capable educator, and a. good disciplinarian are a. few of his many fine traits. His greatest aim is to instill instudents the desire to work for a worthwhile goal and to at- tain .soimething better in life Mr. Heisey has in- spired respect and confidence and his helpfulness and understanding have endeared him to the hearts of the students. 6 ' 7 ' . 4K1tty' Wilson and Rosalie Ruckman, school secretaries, are shown doing their everyday duties while Gerry Hout looks On, . - -- fans-,..1:q..ag.a-f,ggfg, f i- pombe QLLCAITLGI1, 90411 We ucger , lu principa! One of the busiest persons in the daily sched- ule of Fort Hill is the Vice-principal, Mr. John McVicker. His many responsibilities include han- dling discipline cases, attending to morning an- nouncements, issuing locks and lockers, and plan- ing cafeteria and study hall schedules. Mr. Mc- Vicker is always remembered for his friendliness and helpfulness. Qa4aA lmmer, gpuivlance ir. As guidance counselor, Mr. Ralph Wimer has helped and encouraged many students onto the road of success. His principal duties are to assist students with personal problems and to help them select the best vocation suited for them. His con- tinuous, conscientious guidance has endeared him to the hearts of all Hilltoppers. ag! ,SQL-pefafieg M. ifgffg U :ion Mrs. Kitty Wilson and Mrs. Rosalie Ruckman, school secretaries, will long be remembered for their efficiency in making the school day run smoothly. Some of their many duties are count- ing the ballots for school elections, keeping financial records, and balanc- ' ing the school budget. ..?:'il1.z' . J f -f.- ,,.- ..,w,,W-me.-. ,V , V 1' 'Z , I -. j,gv2.gw1 f fx' Q , if ,Z ,gina A .tgirl Lggwiwf 'itzlw k.f, f ,,', . . ii '7', il is -"' Q ' NI- ' 11 rw :Wa .. . .. g y . V. ,s ig f E 13" i z ip, .ff . , '152z:ff ' .ar:f4-A . Y w.,,,, .,,.. V, ,V . .,,i. my ff A' ' 5553357115 VW. '.f, fn.: K ,K,k ,V.,V , .X .L-5, A -2. Miss C. Alderton Mr. L. Alexander- Mrs. H. Allaniong Mrs. N. Bennett Christine Alderton, M.Ed., U. of Maryland Math, Kappa Tri Hi Y . . . Lee Alexander, B Penn. State - Vocational Shop, Stage Crew Hannah Allainong M. Ed., U. of Maryland my gamtisr gg. . -. ,fff.QQ-5512 : -' 2.5 .aw .. :F"a,w. R K i , ,gr .2 Q5 Ei ttf . , ., W. ,. ri, ... . at V .51 I i i Hiatt? . .,.. I in W 1 .1-1 . fs ' f - 'wiv ti M57 ,.1:'LL!f'f 'K gifs' "lf f i g , Mr, R. Bigler -- Business Math, Psychology . . . Naomi Bennett -S-, A.B., Susquehanna U. E English, World History, . . Librarian, Library Club . . . Robert Bigler, M.S., - Ohio State - General Science Miss Cumhee's English students, Billie Jean Atkinson, Joe Smith, Robert Dolan, Dorthy Owens and .lack Cain are shown here making plans for a panel discussion entitled "Do Extra Curricular Activities Hinder or Help Fort Hill Students?" Lillian Boughton, M.A., Columbia U.wEnglish . .. M.Ed., U. of Maryland - English . . . Willard ,lean Bowen, A.M., U. of Maryland - English Burchard, M.S., U. of Pittsburgh - Chemistry, . . . Earle Bracey, A.M., U. of Michigan - Pro- Physical Science . . . jection Crew, Attendance . . . Twila Brotemarkle, Miss L. Boughton Miss J. Bowen Mr. E, Bracey Miss T. Brotemarkle Mr. W. Burchard .. . , ., my . f. ., ,.., ..,+, ' 4 3+ :is -PK L 2' K M 5 r miss ' X I Q2 i ,J x W X 'Y AWS . U, Q , 'i :" ww Miss J. Buskirk Miss M. Caleniine My. J. Cavgmgugll Miss K. Cumhee Mr. E. Dawson Joan Buskirk, B.S., Frostburg Teachers College ---W . . . Kathleen Cunihee, A.B., Emory University - Physical Education, Cheerleaders . . . Mary Cale- English, Senior Class Advisor . . . Edgar Daw- mine, M.A., West Virginia U. - English, Jour- son, BS. Frostburg Teachers College English, nalism, Sentinel . . . John. Cavanaugh, A.B., Wash- J.V, Football and Track, ington College - Physical Education, Baseball '- . wr- . .,,r ,.. ' w.sEtZi?s:if gi., ' A '- f Qmiffigf A , V . is I i'-' ' . , 7' ,.,, "-.. 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Nellie Hilton, College - English, Science, Social Studies, Read- M.Ed., U. of Maryland - Social Studies . . . ing . . . Yola Hudson, BS., U. of Maryland - Thomas Hinds, BS., Weste1'n Michigan U. - Vo- Home Economics, Sponsor Beta Tri Hi Y. cational Machine Shop, Industrial Arts and Metal Shirley Props, David Baldwin, Paul Getz, Nyoka Twigg are seen enjoying themselves at the Junior-Senior Prom. Miss E. Kraus Mr. D. La Fon Mrs. L. Laub Mr. S. Layman Mr, W. Layman Edwena Kraus, A.B., Western. Maryland College man, B.S., Frostburg Teachers College - Math, - Latin . . . David La Fon, MA., West Virginia Algebra, Jr. Class. Advisor . . . Wayne Layman, U. - Typewriting l, Shorthand l, Economics, B.S. Frostburg Teachers College - General Sci- Ushers . . . Larene Laub, M.S., Temple U. - ence. Plane A , 'General Math . . . Samuel Lay- Mr. W. Leeson Mr. M. Llewellyn Mr. A. Lober Mr. G. McGaughey Mr. J. Martin William Leeson, M.A., West Virginia U. - Sr. College - Printing . . . George McGaughey, B.S., Science, Physics, Science Club . . . Marvin Llewel- Frostburg Teachers College - Drivers Ed. . . . lyn, B.S., Frostburg Teachers College - General John Martin, B.S., Frostburg Teachers College - Math, Algebra . . . Albert Lober, Wimona State Social Studies, English, Math, Reading. Thornasene Croyle serves refreshments to Gary Crabtree, James Kline. .lim White, Ronnie Grow- den, John Apple and Ivan Durst at the Junior-Senior Prom. 2 F E 3 Q 2 I 5 Z ? k 5 N K lg ,Q :fi egg, Egan K 92 V 5 - fa, - ,-gflipwgf. Eglin: ::js gy tQ5, ,a? f filer fl W, 3 r ,,,,,,. ,,., . ,Z gas,-SEL-i1"3.,s,uz,f 1 f'-waffle-an 5.5.5 . j ff may ttimfifsii- l fi S ff: ,,. P t 9xs:lw-ff mx ,.., :ff . 1: -gi l w sfi' .tfzgzfgaysfisgasjgff, I ,,,: .,. ..,,. , , , ,M -:xt 5 ,R . , na ., ff me 5 , .- m v., if Q . Ktitfttitiw ,,35l:2lLiigr2,5T?s-1' Q?Vg5l55?lil5ii?fSSiZEJ?if' ' ff: fi? l1Q,s92g1W1rTI'? n . . . mi 1 :flf"- ' f. sz. 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Reed Robert Price, M.Ed., U. of Pittsburgh M- 'l'ypi U, M l ng ary and College, Librarian, Library Club Cerardine Pritchard, M.A., U. of Maryland John Reed, B.S., Shippensburg Teachers College - English, Honor Society, Tcenpage, Scrapbook, - Biology, Senior Class Advisor, Bowling Club Scribes of '60 . . . Gertrude Ranck, A.B.. Western Cynthia Siehler, Marjorie Johnson, Bonnie Miller, Bonnie Hamilton, Carolyn Stevenson, Charlynne Hyde, Judy Menges, Judy Sturtz, Patty Higgs, and Darlene Zimmerman sin during ' h' h Edward Reynolds, M.S., West Virginia U. -- Phys- ical Science, Science, Hi-Y., Science Club . . Carole Beith, M.Ed., Penn. State - Music . Martha Bice, A.B., Western Maryland College Mr. E. Reynolds Miss E. Raith g D a senior ig assembly. Business Science, Civics . . . Carl Ritchie, M.S. . U. of Pittsburgh 3 Bookkeeping, Shorthand . Bookroom, Senior Financial Advisor. Miss M. Bice Mr. C. Ritchie , " , ' "i' ,..,, W Y . . ' I . . tf fl ff -yi.-2? i liififu -' V lf? ' ' .' 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Rosalie Shohe, M.Ed., Johns Hopkins Univer- Esther Mason, Pat Higgs, Charlynne Hyde and James Leith are admiring the Junior-Red Cross Chest made by the Shop Department and filled by the Fort Hill students. Charles Smith, B.S., Frostburg Teachers College - Science, Arithmetic, J.V. Basketball, Cross Country, Sophomore Class Advisor . . . Helen Smith, A.B., Western Maryland College - English, Speech, Players, Thespians, Troupe 230 . . . Hen- Mr- C- Smith Miss H. Smith rietta Snyder, A.B., Western Maryland College Physical Education, Basketball . . . Lawrenc Strem, M.Ed., University of Pennsylvania - Draw in g. Mrs. H, Snyder MF- L- Slfelll .Q 2-2732? i .E irfivi assist 7 ' m fs, V!Vf'fff22f'Qf,f552s .Ngfjgi-532521 , I ' . V ' , 'iitf1s1w.fsa: ,,.. ,.1it:Esqvgf-yu - ,titty 1 , xr ,,rz,5gc,isf,5H..sf,,H,..2 'iiftiiifff -"'L 1 1 V .ta ...fr 2. --is V-V-Va.. 1 .- , ... .Ms - fi MN 5 .. gs'51s..., , - , EtiiQmi55' is.'.. 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'i 'QVIESMS "xi :EYQEFISEVFZI ' . ' Exe? Sli . 'W5:52if?Q.'z E' f f mf? " M-rw , 1 if , , .' ' 'w.?' - wi, Qifrsfa Q 1. V r Wim ,,V ,s..-. 4 :ezV'sszVV ,V A wwf, 3 , - -. -:.:V .uw . , ' ass: 7:2 ...Waist . ,fV..,V-w,:-- .gVz.,w '. ,, ,,-tz wfzV -V . - , I . .. lj., fi - gigs, , V ff f Q, 11192 , gig , 1'i,1'ff-E Mr. D, Workman Miss M. Workman Irene Wimer, A.B., Miss A. Yates Mr. C. Lattimer Mr.P.Flick Davis 81 Elkins College - Western Maryland 'College - Sr. High Girls Glee World History, Alpha Beta Tri Hi Y . . . Donald Club, Music, Choir . . . Charles Lattimer, B.S., U. , Workman, M.A., Lehigh U. - U.S. History . . Mary Workman, M.Ed., U. of Maryland - Eng- Flick, B.S., U. of Maryland, Biology Social Studies, lish, lr Town Meeting . . . Annetta Yates. A.B., Football, Track. . of Maryland - Physical Ed., Football . . . Paul 'l Cheryl'Mull, George Smith, James Richard, Sondra Sulser and Gary Davis rehearse for their entry in the Maryland Regional Drama Conference. K Mrs. Nette Wills Cafeteria Manager Cakferia sfo!!! Rauf' I: Mrs. Beulah Griffin, Mrs. Bess Smyth, Mrs. Nettie Wills, manager: Mrs. Helen Sherry, Mrs d M . Hermena Hale, Mrs. Mary Kight. Lurcrile Cage, Mrs. Ruth Hartman, Miss Angela Bro e, rs Sfudenf Cakferia WJrLer5 Row I: W. Hare, R. Case, N. Tsirigotis, H. Bible, G. Reck- ley. Row II: R. Roach, H. Robertson, E. Davis, B. Plum- mer, J. Robb. Row III: D. Bible, R, Dorsey, J. Mongold, E. Baldwin, R. McKenney. Row IV: G. Oster, J. Miller, E. Baldwin, R. Mclienney, Row' IV: G. Oster, J. Miller, K. Clarke, R. James. Row V: S. Hardman, W. Aman, I. Hill, D. Swanger, D. Bonner. Row VI: W. Davies, F. Butler, J. Headly, C.. Nazelrod. Row VII: L. Isner, E. Sponaugle, S. Clites, F. Hott, R. Shipley, Row VIII. G. Lewis, G. Miller, J. Smith, J. Kerms, E. Gaughan. Row IX: J. York, M, Williams. gufifocban Bra!! Row I: Walter Gurtler, Ross Bishop, Mrs. Florence Ray- bould, Mrs. Piearl Summers. Row II: Mrs. Catherin Athey, Mrs. Alice Davis. Row III: Paul Deremer, Chief Custodi- an: Blair Hardman, Benjamin Rizer. Mr. Paul Dermer Chief Custodian 7th GRADE - H.R. 309, Mrs. Rosalie Shobe - Row I: J. Hanifin, D. Annon, T. Hedrick, F. Blamer, E. Leasure. Row II: L. Spiker, S. Beckman, C, Growden, L. Brant. Row III: W. Valentine, P. Rields, D. Corley, E. Fisher, B. Han- strote. Row IV: R. Twigg, R. Kenmet, J. Turbin, G. Har- tung. Row V: B. Martin S Tingler L Hannas J Hit h , . , . , . c en , K. Mort. Row VI: J, Rowley, S. Twigg, R. Cross, R. Barnei. Row VII: L. Sch ' A ' ' wennrnger, . Christopher, G. Wise, R. Reynolds, J. Graham. Row VIII: J. Wilson, M. Furlow, B. Shobe, L. Thomas. Row IX: L. Rowley, R. Simons. K rime of Following in the footsteps of the seniors and striving to achieve their goal are the seventh grade students. They are taking a big step toward adventures in education discovered in this school. 7th GRADE - H.R. 310, Mr. William Williams - Row I: W. Taylor, R. Barkero, S. Hidey, J. Douglas, D. Detrick. Row II: C. Shipley, E. Turano, K. Ruckman, G, Shaffer. Row III: R. Simpson, R. Cook, D. Sowell, R. Walbum, J. Balch. Row IV: S. Pryor, C, Courtney, D. Swan, S. Saville. Row V: J. Squires, G. Green, D. Hewitt, W. Reed, F. Herath. Row VI: K. Brown, D. Protzman, J, Squires, B. White. Raw VII: C. Cyzick, L. Golden, R, Boyd, B. Delbert, M. Atkinson. Row VIII: C. Smith, E. Abbott, D. Grim, J. Shyrock, K. Kave, T. Allman, M. Hast, B. Shaffer. 7th GRADE M HR 313, Miss Twila Brotemarkle - Row I: J. Heavenner, S. Light, P. Wilson, S. Leighty, J. Knippenburg. Row II: P. Ervin, G. Burns, H. Brown, E, Lepley. Row III: D. Barnes, D. Atkinson, J. Twigg, G. Frazee, J. Dawson. Row IV: D. McCullough, D, Zehrback, R. Gordon, D. White. Row V: B. Proudfoot, V. Mallow, B. Bolinger. Row VI: R. Willig, B. Stevens, F. Shircliff, G. Beckward. Row VII: P, Natale, D. Sheetz, B. Shrout, J. Welsh, N. Reed. Row VIII: N. Bland, J. Shobe, B. Evans, E. Stenger. Row IX' L. Nreld, 12. Oster, K. Kennedy, J. Wright, T, Wanda. Rauf X: D. Hite. 7tl1 GRADE - H.R. 307, Miss Naomi Teter - Row I: I. Simpson, V. Gideon, P. Lee, J. Price, L. Bloss. Row II: L. Payne, C. Wilgus, M. Ritchie, I. Alt. Row III: I". Cling- crman, .I. Shipley, R, Rankin, M. Deter, F. Myers. Row IV: L. McElfish, M. Wiegand, N. Hedrick, S. Shook. Row V: R. Cabbage, V. Sisk, .I. Chrisholm, S. Wilson, .I. Clayton. Row VI: P. Athey, E. Stiekley, L. Mason. M. Ritchie. Row VII: H. Robertson, S. McClelland, N. George, L. Coffman, J. Simpson. Row VIII: R. Logsdon, R. Miller, G. Hahne, S. Slocomb. Row IX: A. Wharton, S, Hartman, J. Mertcns, D. Stimmel, L. Fisher, Striving to meet their "Sabrei' deadlines are Carole Brown, Patty Phillips, and .Iudy Shryock. 5 Gladys Brown, .Io Ann Malone, and Linda Shatzer, members of the "Sabre" staff, work hard to complete the 1960 Sabre. 7th GRADE - H.R. 311, Mrs. Racheal Dunn. - Row I: D. Alexander, J. Self, C. Sibley, J. Wolfe, K. Gill. Row II: 1. Twigg, G, Sherwood, B. Spangler, C. Garland. Row III: C. Maiers, G. Silber, R. Burns, H. Bramble, T. Bowers. Row IV: J. Yost, M. Dayton, M. Adams, R. Reckley, Row V: .I. Chambers, G. Valentine, D. Hedrick, R. CroPP, L. Stevey. Row VI: R. Miller, F. Palumbo, M. Hixson, D. Pague. Row VII: L. Mower, E. Arbogast, A. Spence, P. Martin, D. Bible. Row VIII: J. Grabenstein, D. Cook, A. Sommerlott, C, Stim- mel. Row IX: G. McGee, D. Bramble- i -si? , ,V , , . 2,, .-,, K. qi, Y ,. . . vlig .-"' . '- , 7 f"'r.:.f , 517 I.: ' if .5 "AA' z.. . X'-:HQZIQ I ' V n:?:e.a:y ..,f:'l'5:Wf1'?2E11I'S4? I 1' of " N , shire fb A Q. Q' Q' ' fs., . -r : , wg. I ,nh-.aw -2 gif? 3 1... 'seg-ze-1 Q K' Q: ff? AK, 'ye' .fi we I 45 353, we Q. 5, mmf fry ' Q Q Q 55' '2 ' sffefjff: 'QE A I Ez' 5 :1 I '- Rel- 52:2 "Ay 3: 11:91 ..-. a., .,..,. . .. ,.,,.., ,JH , V, V. ' U . QE-3 jg - , . iff 555522: H "'55:E:g:: A -153,7 - ' .we . 'I-sg.: W. I-aff.. .,.,,,...,,.. . . ra .fgmggfi g1fQ',f5QE-f., :gs . 'sl'-ffiriz ,...L :2.:f:.- -V . ii: J' ff if'-1 '2..5!11-fzi 25122 .2 Elgar I , EEE: .V .SK1 Agn, Q . ' -' r z K 52 4 if N.-' il. QL 4 ry ,Q 4: N ani , 4 r , -N 1' 4- 4 1 4 + " .N , A.-JA..-. 7th GRADE - H.R. 302, Mrs. Cecile Erickson - Row I: W. Allen, R. Wratchford, D. Emerick, R, Saville, R. Hahn. Row II: W. Welch, R. Lease, R, Hershiser, C. Bennett. Row III: N. Ralston, E. Yaider, S. Taylor, M. Bryant, M. Spence. Row IV: P. Flanagan, L. Robey, P, Plummer, S. Miller. Row V: S. Swick, M. Campbell, N. Helmstetter, R. Ferns, A, Cosgrove. Row VI: C. Blume, J. Pfeiffer, G. Wil liarns, M. Pannone. Row VII: B. Peck, F, Jackson, A. Cross, IIE. YaSaing, M. Isner. Row VIII: J. Paige, C. Raines, J. ayes. 7th GRADE - H.R. 308-A, Mr. Robert Moran - Row I: J. Harvey, R. Cordry, G. Perry, D. Hopwood, C, Nery. Row II: S. Swick, P. Bobo, S. Gorclan, L. Hare. Row III: R. Lumm, R. Llewellyn, D, Aman, C. Cramer, J. Blizzard. Row IV: T. Bonner, P. Sisler, P. Yost, V. Schade. Row V: G. Dicken, J. Knocks, W. Plummer, R. Thompson, R, Trexler. Row VI: S. Shrive, D. Hudson, C. Robertson, B. Boyd. Row VII: G. Sommerkamp, P. Hardman, C, Appel, E. Boor, D. Dicken. Row VIII: B. Diehl. A. Heavener. high school is the eighth grade. Through co-op- eration, they will reach their goal and become good examples for new Fort Hillians. ooioerafiue .gzwlenfn Steadily advancing towards the highest goal in Students are seen en'o in the entertainment rovided at the J Y S 19 Junior High Student Council Halloween Party. 8th 'GRADE -- H.R. 314, Mrs. Nellie Hilton - Row I: D. Deneen, J. Crass, B. Hull, N. Mower, D. Dom, C. Hol- comb, C. Haney, L. Perdew, B. Harrison, J. Shank, J. Petenhrink. Row Il: F. Shanholtz, J. White, R. Stumbaugh G. Miller, M, Early, W. Skinner, R. Chaney, D. Price, H. Reynolds, I. Martens. Row IH: D. Sibley, A. Wilson, Ml Leo, B. Reed, D. Sturtz, A. White, B, Landis, R. Hout, D. Deneen, S. Nines, R. Wallace. Row IV: G. Jewell, W. Brant, R. Long, C. Morris, D,,Smith. Sth GRADE - H.R. 208, Mrs. Veronica Schliefman - Row I: K. Hedrick, S. Knippenburg, R. Sirbaugh, .l. McBride, E. Martin, K. Wilt, D, Wigfield, D. Propst, B. Hohell, J. Bradford, R. Berry. Row H: D. Fey, D. Thomas, C. Grif fen, M, Judy, B, Peterson, C. Light, L. Rowan, C. Ullery, G. Hamilton, M. Mazuran. Row III: B. Hansrote, F Deter J. Twi J. Beeseck R. Minick F Youn R. Rowe R. Gra R. Oster B. McDonald, S. Crites .Row IV: Y 1 gg? 7 7 I gf 7 ggi 7 J. Hedrick, L, Hudson, H. Reynolds, E. Volk, S. Seiler, S. Thomas. 21 8th GRADE - H.R. 203, Mr. Edgar Reynolds - Row I: C. Banks, M. Hurst, J. Cornell, L, Rohey, D. West, K. Owens, J. Fleischaver, B. Stewart, C. Eaton, C. Griffith, G. Shanholtz. Row H: J, Hudson, R. Rice, H. Lacy, B. Knippenburg, W. Davis, B. Topper, H. Sweigert, L, Stemple, J. Squires, J. Fatkin. Row HI: S. Hansell, F. Krietzburg, S. Vandegrift, C. Davis, S. Cox, B. Borst, B. Arbogast, J. Shewbridge, J. Hunt, K. Minnick, J. Hansell. Row IV: R. Uphole, D. Saylon, V, Dela Grange, G. Nesselredte, L. Malone, F. Valentine, C. Davy, J. Jones, J. Brant. Miss Naomi Teter shows us the best way to prevent a "second" Chili dousing. Sth GRADE F- H.R. 213, Mr. Hayden Dawson - Row I: R. Ryder, B. Stafford, D. Diehl, W, Wilgus, G. Durbin, F. Wrightman, D. Michael, R. Carroll, W. Smith, M. Adams, K. Shaver. Row H: C, Mease, N. Stickley N Kessner L Johnson R Dorsey N Uplinger H Arnold C Beck J Ullery J OBaker Row HI W Springer T Neal C Welch F Street A Brant J Boggs I McGuire D Benson E Smith L Shewbrldge T Goss Row IV J Lance B McHugh V Seltzer B Parsons M McClelland S Mason l 7 , . I , . , . , . , . , . 3 . , . Z I .I , . , . , . , . , . , .f. , , , . , . , . . I . , . , . , . , . , . , 22 l gg 1 22:1 ,.. ,, tw. - . --,,-f:: .-- as :': Q -. ,, 1 - ' ls EW A - f Students are seen enjoying the entertainment provided at the Junior High Student Council Halloween Party. 8th GRADE - H.R 306, Mr. J h 'VI t' R I ' . o n 1 arm - ow :K. Hoyle, R. Paeton T. Hare J. Rosser A. Shoemaker D Fisher, M, Walker, W, M U ld, J. B k , E- H11 U In M ' 71 . ' - ' Q ' ' Lecmiter, R. Armoh, R- Jgggg W. Thgmirsoni 1 ebas, artm. Row I. F. Merica, L. Welsh, D. Carey, P 8th GRADE - H.R. 220, Mr. John Frank - Row I: J. Murphy, J. Crane, C. Hendrickson, C. Grove, L Bible, B. Knippenburg, L. Robertson, B. Powers, S. Apple, B. Lewis, J. Rees. Row H: J. Derrico, W Blackmon, C, Hamilton, K. Snider, T. Snider, K. Barnhart, L. Uhl, W. Thompson, L. Bloom, J. Snider: Row III: S. Thbler, B. Callis, M. Ruehman, S. Sites, D. Calhoun, L, Norris, C. Shaffer, P. Smith, P Fey, S. Fuller, M. King. Row IV: G. Mower, R, Wllalley, W. Harper. 1959 Juniors bring back memories for seniors during the Junior Farewell Assembly. 8th GRADE - H.R. 142-A, Mr. Harold Hanson MRow I: P. Imler, C. Bryant, A. Grayson, M. Propst C. Turbin, L. McDonald, S. Beaver, M. Bender, C, Bishop, L. Haines, J. Moon. Row II: F. Wertz, L. Shirk, T. Hamilton. E, Wilson, M. Stallings, T. Nield, J. Klosterman, J. Yarnall, R. Kaiser, R. Twigg. Row III: A. Coakley, P. Swan, P. Boyer, D. Brown, B. Miller, B. Eyler, C. McCreary, C. Sapp, L. Diehl. Row IV: C. Everly, D. Helmick, J. Valentine, T. Francis, D. Brant, R. Lewis, R. Yost, R. Clites. 1 8th GRADE-H.R. 215, Mr. Edgar Dawson-Row I: D. Jenkins, C, Phillips, J. Merrill, J. Welch, N Parsons, D. Kalbaugh, P. Croft, B. Kidwell, J. Dolan, J.' Zembower, G. Smith. Row II: J. Elfritz, C Twigg. S. White, M. Ensminger, K. Norris, E. Shambaugh, C. Folk, G, Gordon, D. Kerns, J. Shaw Row III: A. Lease, D. Slider, A. Lepley, R. Brady, E. Keller, A. Dayton, A. Brinkman. N. Gillum, C lilfuglenax, S. Taylor. Row IV: J. Golden, B. Jacobs, G. Ralston, J, Lear, J. Nines, C. Redinger, E il cr. Sth GRADE-H.R. 308, Miss Jean Bowen -Row I: B. Lichty, E. Brinkman, R. Snyder P. Sarver, E. Bolinger, J. Cross, D. Logue, N. Twigg, R. Mellotte, R. Crawford, R, Shipley. Row II: J. Kinser, L, Hileman, S. Gregg, L. Swanger, L. Breighner, B. Morton, J. Liller, S. Burns, D. Munday. B. Gray. Row' III: J. Hope, I-I. Rice. A. Snider, C, Huff, J. Lark, R. Clark. G. Green. L. Skidmore, F. Brown. D. Moses, R. Jones. Row IV: M. Hurt, D See, B. Wells, W. Reckley, M, Hennen, S. Swanger . 1 Sth GRADE-H.R. 235, Mr. Thomas Murphy-Row I: B. Hare, B. Mortzfeldt, M, Collins, R. Myers, D. Deetz, J. Jones. R. .Parsons, M. Rice, D. Blackman, D. Knoche, R. Ryan, Row II: N. Myers, A. Frantz, S. Washington, N. Miller. J. Hill, C. Plummer, B. Park, B. Gulick, B. See, E. Youngblood. Row III: E. Gaugzhhan, R. Puffenburger. J. Miller, T. Arbogast, D. Appleman, D. Robey, J. Diehl, T. Slrawderman, J, Nines, M. Keller, R. Mayhew. Row IV: D. McMillan, R. Miller. 8th GRADE -H.R. 305, Miss Christine Alclcrton-Row I: C. Sibley, G. Shaffer, C. Gill, R. Mclillfish, T. Lewis, R. Lynch, R. Reynolds, D, Dickinson, O. Perkins, C. Smith, M. Wagner. Row II: R. Montgomery, S. Crawford, S. Weatherholt, G. Proudfoot, S. Samson, S. Boore, S, Schlunt, B. Clopper, L. Bridges, C. Athey. Row III: J. Rowley, A. Findley, D. Llewellyn, K, Thomas, R. Robinson, R. McFarland, G. Kelly, D. Hoyle, H. Edminson, S, Almoncl, D. Clem. Row IV: D. Suoots, C. Hanger, D. Diggs, M. Lief, H. McGuire, F. Struckman, D. Hoyle. 00,04 of .S7ll,CCe5d Working together and striving to achieve the highest goal has been the enthusiastic freshmen class of Fort Hill. They will always he remem- bered for their keen minds and developed habits with which they worked well together as a class. They are about to take their first steps into the senior high but will always have the respect of t-he other junior high students. Chairman Charlynne Hyde displays a 'Clean' Speech and Courtesy Campaign poster to the Jr. High winners of the contest. 9th GRADE-H.R. 212, Mr. Samuel Layman-Row I: S. Lower, B. Brown, J. Bland, B, Murray, M. McMichael. Row H: G. Hendrickson, E. Kaylor, W. Swayne, J. Carnell. Row III: C. Griggs, S. Bowers, S. McElfish, G, Singleton, J. Nee. Row IV: R. Alexander, J. White, N. Shriver, D. Sansom. Row V: W. Dean, L. Mort, J. Slocomb, W. Hartung, C. Floto. Row VI: J. Malone, R. Rowley, N. Wilson, D. Proudfoot. Row VH: T. Williams, D. Helm, C. Smith, D. Smith. Row VIH: H. Henry, R. Welty, S. Johnson. 9th GRADE -H. R. 222, Miss Lillian Boughton-Row I: P. Mellotte, P, Daycheck, J. Wolf, C. Resh, B. Heavner. Raw H: M. Green, G. Kissner, E. Brotemarkle, J. Hout. Row Ill: L. Athey, B. Purcell, L. Northcraft, B. Chaney, N, Goss. Row IV: D. Kirchner, E. Hare, D. Magruder, J. Giles. Row V: R. McGaughey, D. Taylor, J. Belt, D. Decker, C. Shank. Row VI: P. Joy, R. Atkinson, L, Himmler, G. Wanda. Row VII: R. Daniels, R. Deremer, D. Grim. 9th GRADE-H.R. 230 and 240, Miss Mary Nuce and Mr. Lawrence Strem-Row I: A. Getz, M. Appel, K, Arnold, R. Keller, S. Tsirigotis. Row II: N. Tsirigotis, G. Siebert, L. Ruschel, R. Reed. Row III: D, Bishop, C. Liller, S. Mc- Elfisli, .I. Garland, M. Cook. Row IV: D. Adams M. Ricker B. See, J. Brewer, Row V: T. Gray, J. Blonskey: D. McDon3 ald, J. Hansrote, .I. Hansrote. Row VI: A. Swartzwelder, C Erichsen T Lewis M Goetz Row VII R Dam . , . , . . : . ' l , B. Kerns, N. Weber, G. Wolford, P. Davis. Row VIII: Wi: Rice. . uf' ,A - f M.. y 1 A . if' 51:4 I" VW. .-.' A gg fs"- I , fi - ' .5 . y is 51. , ' 15' A' of ' t ' 1' .,l -, .fl 1, 5 , ,K IQ:-Y .k- ek, ,, 'fI' 1? . 49' 5 ' Q Wilfitt' . . i . 5.4. av . 4... .A , H -PW . 'iw L' fm' ' ' Y-' 1 . .iffffif - ., W J - EK- C? Q, , ? wb Q in Y' : . . , . Ai., p y f K gist' 5 will ' ft? f Knew-if 64 A 'f f' fr I-.3 .5"?:,. . Eff-Q i 1 . f 1 f: :vt?v.P-gt .t . ...W- , , .if . .' Q . 1 A .yen . .1 ,f .1.-- H5 ,J - :H f, 1 Q ,rj 2, ffvtv- 5,3 ', gitmgl 4 . 2' 1 Vffj, 2 ,ge 3 32+ 'ia 'ci J. -' .s,mg1?Q:Q 9 Ky-. I f.'.'wf:-'f J 'PV' 'SQWW-'Y'?7 Wffgiflfifl gi ' me f :X ' s I f ' .rg - '-I 1705 'Q '3 K' ".,' A ,, . . exalt 1,1 . i 'gm A " . . A -M. L- . L '--. ' - , ,-:ff ,, me :- gy.. ,. +'g,,,3y:5, Q. ,i .-.-g.y,j:,:.g,. ,:?f.fyQ'Q:L, ', ' 5 '.,g?.Q...x ' Y 3, I g-.:', f- : iii if 5 f 1 .wiv-J' in f ' V. -531-, 7 'si '1,:f'i g,fvf,gf,-1" f3'a-ff:?t?f1Qp " f 1 3:2539-155 '-4f,vf,jf,gg,f P, Sidi , . A 9th GRADE-H.R. 230 and 240, Miss Mary Nuce and Mr. Lawrence Strem-Row I: S. Legeer, V. Kreger, .I. Robey K. Horworth, R. Clark. Row II: G. Reckley, W. Dayton, R. Imes, D. Sommerlatt, Row III: B. Aldridge, S. Smith, B Lowe.ry, R. Crawford, H. White. Row IV: R. Roach, C. Wil son, C. Nazelrod, .I. Richie. Row V: S. Johnson, B. Hedrick S. Ritz, J, Myers, K. Merkel. Row VI: G. Long, J. Thomas J. Root, J. Stenger. Row VII: R. Stevens, L. Peck, M. Paxton, J, Miller, M. Hinds. Row VIII: T. Lowery, D. Duffy J. Wormack. 1 a 9th GRADE-H.R. 210, Mr. Marvin Llewellyn-Row I: J. Adams, T. Starkey, E. Lease, I-I. Bible, T. Nelson. Row II: .I. Goodrich, G. Leipert, S. Crabtree, E. Hoover, Row III: P. McGann, S. Berry, B. Ralston, .I. Emerick, T. Propst. Row IV: C. Owens, J, Knippenburg, L. Merriee, I. Everly. Row V: J. Wilson, S. Granigan, B. Keller, J. Cook, C. Stinson. Row VI: B. Rawnsley. E. Kemmett, L. Hammond, R. Llewel- gym. hRow VII: C. Gable, B. Brown, .I. Gilford, A. Roller, S. mit . 1' ,s ,M Nw , K 9th GRADE-H.R. 136 and 224, Mr. Charles Eberly and Mrs. Cassie Hast-Row I: C. Wilson, B. Lewis, C. Ullery, P, Rose, C. Schweitzer. Row II: D. Blacka, J. Young, J. Steger, F. Roach. Row III: S. Wagner, D. Wilson, S. Kear- ney, C, Sheetz, J. McSorley. Row IV: W. Twigg, R. James, R. Nair, D. Conners. Row V: B. Wiegand, L. Saville, C. Robaire, K. Irons, J. Mongold. Row VI: E. Douglas, B. Barnsticker, D. Cage, M, Pryor. Row VII: R. Hamilton, B. Barnes, J. Smith, L. Clites, K. Joy. Row VIII: L. Silber, J. La Gratta, D. Calligher. 9th GRADE-H.R. 136 and 224-, Mrs, Cassie Hast and Mr Charles Eberly-Row I: J. O,Neal, T. Gentry, L. Miller, E Davis. Row II: G. Oster, E. Groves, E. Brown, Row III: H Crawfis, S. Wolfe, D. Swanger, B. Simpson. Row IV: R Klosterman, C. Turner, R, Collins. Row V: S. Clites, J Clark, M. Robaire. Glenda Wise is watching Roger Simons weigh himself in Carol Light and Goldie Hamilton watch Leta Rae Hudson health CIZISS- as she sews her apron in their home economics class. i ' n 9th CRADEMHR. 142, Miss Annetta Yates--Row I: M. Cessna, L. Piper, P. Yaider, P. Batt, L. Self. Row II: B. Athey, T. Elliot, G. Marian, G. Adams. Row III: C. Morgan, B. Boyer, R. Moyer, D. Bonner, L. Riggleman. Row IV: R. Bennett, R. King, M, Byrnes, M. Miller. Row V: G. Summers, C. Kerns, A. Simpson, W. Wilson, D. Lee. Row VI: M. Propst, E. Liller, K. Snyder, B. Kerns. 9th GRADE-H.R. 211, Mr. James Eckerd-Row I: V. Koegel, M, Brant, S. Anderson, J. Miller, D. Lepley. Row II: J. Abbott, R. Rice, D. Rice, D. Irons. Row III: M. Appold, R. Hartley, M. Clayton, D. Campbell, J. Green. Row IV: B. Orndoff, E. Slider, S. Elkins, M. Deter. Row V: J. Kave, R. Abbott, T. Cox, J. Welch, J. Nelson. Row VI: J. Williams, R. Rice, D. Spence, C. Bosley. Row VII: J. Combs, J. Shook, K, Brown. 44 :gf Q. H+' 'lv . .. 'f -J . .. iggffi .le e ' ' "ef -, :,1:ff:':-f' .2232 , ,211 35 ..-. :-- - I .4- 'V W .-ws ' . f-sa .--yi -ff. .5 ' . -ff-3. ..,.., 1 1... 1 : meaty .Y : ..., e ..,.. ..,. 255 . f-- -'-" A . .. ":' ' U - - '---'- ma.. . -' ., :Y f :ff ,.,.,..,.. ' .. ..I.eW r' .arf-f-H Q if' .gays E ' Pl If 2 , P . 5 .... 1 J H 5 ' ', I ' ,,,, - , ...: : .'.: 5g: :,,f ..,-5-z....f,gg5f--: fe-.-ag::faafa:fe:-' ' ,,,. --:- A 9th GRADE - H.R. 142-B and 228, Mr. Charles Smith and Miss Joan Buskirk-Row I: P. Thomas, M. Hansford, J. Sirbaugh, R. Twigg, M. Corley. Row-II: G. Witt, H. Appel, W. .Ie- well, B. Marker. Row III: S. Stukley, B. Plummer, H. Hull, S. Evans, P. Brown. Row IV: S. Pryor, A. Kimble, E. Walt- ers, J. Helmick. Row V: D. Spencer, J. Spiker, P. Meehem, B. Wiseman, J. Fairall. Row VI: J. Morgan, C. Twigg, T. Miller, S. Lewis. Row VII: F. Murray, T. Rowe, L. Hane- kamp, G. Nealis, R. Dick. 5 With the aid of the. advisor, Mr. Alfred Fritz, The MONITORS are trying to improve the social, academic, and moral standing of Fort Hill. Row I: F, Smith, D. Cooper, M. Lewis, B. De1aGrange, B. Seihler, M. Richards, M. Tipton. Row II: P. Mellatt, C. Corley, P. Daycheck, D. Owens, M. Pryor, D. Smith, D, Wilson, L. Widdows, J. Corrigan, J. Bennett, J. Berry, K. Ullery. Row III: Pt. Cook, P. Cross, B. Swan, C. May, J. Shaffer, D. Buckley, P. Sulser, C. Maires, D. Miller, S. Trail, A. Bryan. Row IV: D. Bussard, P. Moyer, D. Kreger, C. Resh, L. Hudson, C. Liller, J. Meeks, J. Noel, J. Malone, K. Irons, L. Saville, R. Keller, A. Ault, Row V: M. Thomas, S. Stuckley, R. Hawrath, F. Wheeler, J. Brinkman, B. Keller, L. Shatzer, L. Athey, B. Chaney, N. Goss. Row VI: P. Huffman., C. Johnson, J. Kerns, M. Cook, J. Gilford, N. McDonald, B. Hansel, S. Myers, P. Trout- man, N. Mower, S. McDonald, G. Hout. Row' VII: B. Brinkman, E. Cooke, J. Dyke, J. Hansrote. Row VIII: P. Lippold, L. Brown, F. Smith, B. George, S. Stickley, S. Crabtree, D. Payton, M. Appel, J. Hansrote. gguickng ana! :Zbirecfingv Under the direction of Mr. David La Fon, the Fort Hill ushers instill order in school assemblies and public performances. Row I: D. Wentling, P. Blacklin, M. Clark, S. Mclillfish, L. Lowley, B. Alexander. Row II: C. Pardew, J. Miller, C. Day, D. Browne, J, Mathews, K. Ullery, V. Wilson, A. Bryant, M. Lewis. Row HI: B. Cornwell, M. Adams, D. Lewis, E. Middleton, K. Kiiffner, C. Flora, S. Blume, C. Crabtree. Row IV: S. Sonner, M. Cook, D. Grim, S. McE1fish, B. Keller, P. Phillips, N. Huff, B. Frantz. Row V: C. Davis, S. Lapp, N. Weber, J. Hansrote, J. Hansrote, E. Burge, J. Meeks, S. Calhoun, J. Garland. Following the guidance: of Mr. Edgar Reynolds, the Boys' HI Y sponsors many school activities. Row I: B. Sheetz, J. Rice, J. White, J, Painter, B. Burgess, F. Joyce. Row II: R. Keller, D. Torbit, F. Robinson, R. Mangus, R. Grapes, M. Zembower, R. Smith, A. Stevenson, G. Davis. Raw III: E. Ayers, G. Crabtree, J. Bearinger, B. Weimer, J. Leith, B. King, R. Paul. Row IV: J. Talley, D. Bender, D, Wratchford, C. Bartok, T. Johnson, A. Sine, B. Bosley, B. Light. Row V: J. Schonter, C. Puffenberger, R, Bittner, A. Petenbrink, E. Barnes, K. Evans, R. Hymes. Row VI: G. Shipway, B. Hout, P. Trost, D. Clem, P. Green, D. Hite, S. Long, M. Wanda. Row VII: R. Smith, B. Seiler, D. Perdesw, R. Growden, L. Cropp, A. Gatto. N 0 Gfeafe Clwizifian .gianclarvlfmv Displaying their service. to the school and community are the ALPHA BETA TRI HI Y members of Fort Hill. Row I: F. Brisson C, Himmler, C. Murray, K. Kiiifner, M. Johnson, J. Mathews. Row II: M. Clark, P. Higgs, J. Manges, L. Ross, P. Blacklin, M Sisk, C. Gragg,'C. Hyde, J. Leasure, A. Schwenninger. Row III: C. Stevenson, M. Blonskey, B. Dicken, C. Popp, D. Wentling S. Dicken, B. Swan, J, 0'Baker, L. Highland, J. Mitchell. Row IV: P. Lippold, B. DelaGrange, B. Hinkle, Row V: V. Stutzman D. Cooper, G. Miller, J. Corrigan, M. Richards, C. Pardew, J. Carnell, D. Hill, D. Brown. Row VI: R. Cook, D. Miller, S. Little C. Davis, J. Smith, B. Keller, J. Roland, C. Brown, J. Shryock. Row VII: S. Little, C. Mowen, M. Parsons, C. Callis, N. Valentine C. Allee, B. Miller, C. Crabtree, S, McElfish. Row' VIII: R. Weber, S. Sonner, L. Waite, B. Linn, R. Harworth, F. Wheeler S. Wormack, J. Johnson, M. Cutshall. 1 1 Following the example of the Alpha Beta Club, the JUNIOR TRI HI Y has accomplished many worthwhile projects to the benefit of its school and community. Row I: E. Burge., K. Robey, P. Groves, V. Thomas, J. Bland, J. Hansrote. Row Il: D. Perry, A. Bryant, L. Cropp, E. Cornwell, J. Miller, M. McMichael, L. Athey, B. Chaney, P. Sulser, L. Saville, N. Goss, C. Liller. Row III: M. Cook, C. Flora, C. Corley, A. Alexander, C. Bosley, J. Nee, J. White, G, Wolford, C. Smith, L. Northcraft. Row lV: M. Appel, N. Weber, S. Lapp, N. Shriver, C. Sibley, G. Windish, S. Cranigan, S. Crabtree, S. Bender, A. Schwartzwelder. Row V: C. Maiers, D. Hiett, J. Hansrote, B. Moore, J. Garland. Helping to sort gifts for under-privileged children are F. Bris- son, A. Schwenniger, K. Kiiffner, and D. Browne. 32 Senior band members approach the football field on Thanks- giving Day to prepare for their activities. H I 3 s i 5 Q 5 Wm.. M.. A Vff- V- , Leading Fort Hill's Senior Band are the SENIOR MAJORETTES, who, using original routines, performed in half-time activi ties at football games and participated in school assemblies. Row I: J. Reuschel, J. Metz, S. Simpson. Row II: B. Atkinson, S Dickinson. Row III: B. Carbaugh, C, Cooper. Row IV: D. Whalley, Drum Majorette. 1 3 I Participating in the Memorial Day Parade and the Spring Concert are the Representing Fort Hill in the ALL-STATE JUNIOR HIGH MAJORETTES. Row I: Sharon Berry, Beverly Brown, Glen- BAND is Lucretia Ross. da Hardinger. Row II: Mary' Lee Rice, Myrtle Apple Row III: Gail Proud- foot, Judy Giles. Row IV: Jane Belfry, Drum Majorette. VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD Row I: D. Grapes, J. Bell, J. Di Nicola, M. Zembower, F. Robinson, F. Joyce, D. Keller B. Smith, K, Boggs. Row II: B. Shewhridge, D. Athey, J. Hamilton, D. Colbert, B. Sheets, F. Hammersmith, G. Twigg, D. Hel mick, D. Clem. Row III: C. Oster, R. Parsons, R. Peck, P. Greene, A. Petenbrink, K, Mingle, G. Henry, R. Manges, B. Colbert Row IV: Coach Lattimer, C. Turtley, B. Twiggi .l. Shock, G. Athey, D. Perdew, D. Howser, J. Bell, D. Shewbridge, B. Starkey Coach Flick. gorf .gznfine A Coaches Flick and Lattimer. Fort Hill's powerful football team proved once more to he a superior one. After ,having battled Frederick to a tie, the only team to hand them a defeat in the season was our school rival, Alle- gany. Under the guidance of their new coach, Mr. Charles Lattimer, the team played inspiring ball with fine sportsmanship and had another very successful season. 35 n . . Assistant coach Mr. Dawson and coach Frank. Fort Hill Opponent 1 6 Keyser 6 26 Riclgley O 21 Romney 0 32 Beall 6 26 Keyser 6 33 LaSalle 0 32 Allegany O J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM Row I: R. White, C. Cross, Row H: P. Mechem, C. Smith, K. Snyder, D. Higson, Row IH: Coach Dawson, C. Flata, R. Evans, C. Owens, Frank. Row IV: La Gratta, R. Shamhaugh, D. Calliger, FIELD WORKERS Row I: R. Lechlihter, H. Bosley, R. Smith J. Leith. Row H: C. Boone, A. Stevenson, A. Tyler. Row IH: R. Bittner, C. Kean. Row IV: R. Gross, C. Bartik, J. Goss .l. Miller, J. Seaders. Row V: Coach L'Bobby" Cavanaugh. E. Merrill, R. Rosley, R. Collins, H, Henery, S. Radcliff, J. Williams B. Deam, K. Deatelhauser, D. Hensell, J. Hunt, C. Bectal, W. Donahue R. Rice, D. Proudfoot, M, Deter, D. Ripe, J. Davis, D. Spence, Coach J. LaGratta, E. Holshey, T. Starkey, J. Squires, B. Starkey. 9 Kenny Boggs Quarterback FOOTBALL QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS Brenda Frantz, Queen Marsha Adams and Diane Robinson. Frank Robinson H al fback Go, Bob, Go! Fred Joyce Center 37 I Joe DiNicola F ullback l 5 ,, f-ms,-- ,-mvtl?-fie,.,, 1 ill ,. 3 5 fig S3 3 1 ill 2 5 ' f :ai Lzgfiiifl-iszswiswr1 ,sz 2 new .Q if A gg QQ A--fx X. if. . WJ. -1: his fy 'V A A Q3 2,2 55552413 Q' eww'-vfxz mtg' ft 7 ,S I 'org' A - ' ' .,. . .. .t la Q ,lfastiml , ,,..,.,,. Q lf 315 K ,A l . f fi- WVJ, sf '.'.: V -": 9 '5'4 ' fl "" ' Aw 7 ' la ill? if lt f , ,sill Q, we if , 5 1 N ' 4' R + 259 Dick Peck Hal fback Delbert Helmick Bill Sheetz Halfback End Roger Manges Bruce Smith Tackle Tackle amifg goofgaf QCD? Fort Hill 39 7 44 32 13 20 25 30 0 LaSalle Frederick Martinsburg Beall Handley North Hagerstown Westminster South Hagerstown Allegany ,H J, Opponent 6 7 O O 0 13 7 20 26 ww' 7 ' h m,-. ,' , . . U L. Lf, fm: .. K ie, ,,.. .V W ff , ,, ,. at ' ' " 91 gg V- -, nk? te, g ts , ' ' 1 t' Ng , m e iv A N Vayk V . 3 A W - A . J - 1:-H z : - "w5:,f:.m,w,,Q, 'eHw,91P,.:z4f7' , , we 1f".f,H':wf?' wiv x ' Q - gfiilriiflliffl 1 . Q1 3 Q H H 31 7 ' gf fvififffi f,'5fff-?EJfe3'--'fig51? ffMV,2,' , 4 f QQ- 5555, f 'iff Q " '- 5322 ,'t?:ii,ff.'i I 3 1 S I n- , A t , , f i M 552345-hisr ffm ,-i if' -ff 2533? z4.Tiu..Q?5Qfl?aPt'1'i, :i1- 'i'6SLff MYl' Mei Dick Keller Guard Jerry Bell Back Mike Zemhower Dick Grapes Bob Shewhridge H Ulf 170019 ' End Full back .lack Hamilton Guard Danny Athey Guard The "Sentinels" make entrance for the Thanksgiving Day game! Who has the ball? Bruce Smith takes a fall while blocking an Alco man! LIBRARY CLUB Row I: N. Heir, K. Woods, A. Schwenninger, M. Sisk, M. Parker, J. Hare, J. Corrigan, J. Goodrich, H. May J, Manning. Row II: D. Long, J. Crabtree, C. Hennin, K. Irons, E. Sheetz, B. Divelbiss, P. Davis, P. Roller, D. Merrill, A. Roller. Row III: A. Heller, N. Valentine, J. Meeks, C. Popp, P. Sulser, PL Dill, L. Rowe, A. Ault, L. Cropp, D. McDonald, D Loegal. Row IV: L. Wilson, C. Ranker, L. McDonald, S. Smith, D. Perry, S. Hieth, P. Mullaney, J. Carnell, T. Gray, M. Richards. Row V: I. Crabtree, D. Twigg, M. Cook, N. Weber, R. Heller, C. Crabtree, C. Huff, S. Ritz. Row VI: M. Jones D. Blonskey, J. Tsirgotis, S. Smith, C. Maiers, D. Miller, M. Turk. Row VII: P. Davis, C. Erickson, C. Miller, M. Parsons, R Beck, J. Emerick, E Hoover, D. Leightly, B. Wilson. 9 Lqinf ,UMW em I I Tom Lower, junior, expresses l1is sincere Hard at Work are the faithful members of the BOOKROOM STAFF, C. Light, thoughts on democracy as he captures first M, Dolan, and B. McClellan. place in the UI SPEAK FOR DEMOCRACY" contest. X 35 Eg . '-,:6!'piJii. nf.-fig 'EBM' Wsiw . 'w a 7"-V B ,, J ' . 'sg .H b ... "'.,,,.'a-v-ffm .mr 1' F71 " - Maw Q m,..,W,-si 'wif 1. .15 ---f, A Us 333. - . .:EZ.'::v. If :Q ,,v. ,.,,,: , X, k.s.'v,. 1 - .t ,.,, .5 gf., - L, -5::.5- . MQ .,,, . -1- . 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Q., v4if41 g,:..S5.!f5 .k P f , f 1 423 'gf v -- 1313. f 22, ' ' 1' 'Q H 59.:1.,zq,f: 'B 3- iff f ' ', ' 2- 4 +A -'f ':.,:'1,-- . -.1 '.:::e:: ' 1 -12 ' -::f'11' . 5 . fIE:if' .3i Q r ""AV ef + . 1 Q -P wi ' ve-.fs-5 .W s t""'a...,, .ew Y Wnfef Winter on the Hilltop seems to be a season for all to enjoy. It is the time of year for the "Sabre,' staff to begin work on next yearls annualg for the cheerleaders to lead the basketball team on to victoryg students to prepare for and take mid-year examsg seniors to be inducted into the National Honor Societyg and for the musically inclined students to present the annual Christmas assembly. These are some of the occasions that make Fort Hill great! Let us journey into the past and ponder over these events. Enjoying winter,s blessing are seniors Carol Davis, Judy Wolf, Herb Heavener, and Harry Hess. Presenting the best play in the Play Tournament was the Jun- ior Class with their entry, "WHICH IS THE WAY TO BOSTON?", directed by Sondra Sulser and Carolyn Steven- son. Row I: C. Murray, L. Hanifin, L. Miller. Row II: S. Sulser, G. Smith, F. Nimon, C. Stevenson. Under the direction of Marlene Clark and Diane Lewis, the Sophomore Class presented the comedy, HTHREEVS A CROWD" as its entry in the play tournament. Row I: B Hamilton, B. Sampson, J. Berry. Row II: D. Lewis, B. Lon 'W. Turner, J- Johnson, M. Clark. 66 77 y 0lfLl"l'L6l,l'l'lel'lt Under the direction of Norma Park and Jane Lange, "THE DEAR DEPARTED," a one-act com- edy, was presented' by the Senior Class as its entry in the annual play tournament. Carol Crabtree and Robert Mertens, the main characters in the enter- taining play, captured the Best Actress and Actor awards for their outstanding performances in the tournament. Row I: N. Huff, Row II: C. Crabtree J. Rickard, B. Keller. Row III: J. Lange, R. Mer- tens, G. Davis, D. Brown, N. Park. 9 Eaisiinssssratft:wB.sa2:f1sgsissw.sw Q mesanew4fansites4ar3QwLsam!m1NiIP1aIkmi2i?:ez e i Di , as ey partlcipate in the many play pro ductions under the guidance of Miss Helen Smith, adviser, Row I: C. Hanisrote, R. Growden, N. Park, J. Lange Row II' M. Clark D. Lewis, B Miller D. Brown C M ll - . , e, . u , B. Keller. Row III. S. Sonner, B. Frantz, J. Johnson, M. Bone, Hammersmith, C Stevenson. Row IV: G. Davis, F. Smith, C. Bader, L. Smith, G. Smith. splaying their talents as actors and actresses are the members of the THESPIANS th ' ' Striving to become more effective actors and actre h sses aret e members of the FORT HILL PLAYERS. Row I: D. Lewis, M. Clark, F. Smith, J. Mathews, D. Torbit, C. Gregg, J. Johnson, B. Miller, C. Mull, D. Brown, Row II: B. Swan, C. Miller, J. Corrigan, G. Brown, M. Bone, P. Hammersmith, J. Sullivan, J. Lange. Row HI: J. Spence, P. Dayton, D. Buzzard, P. Cross, D. Mertens, P. Roller, D. Merrill, M. Grimm. Row IV: K, Raider, D. Engisminger, S. Sonner, B. Hansel, B. Frantz, N. Park, C. Popp, J. Rohey, R, Beck, E. Middleton. Row V: M. Dolan, C. Light, S. Macon, P. Lewis, E. Thomas, L. Smith, J. Rickard, J. Ni- mon, R. Himes. Row VI: R. Growden, R. Kiefer, H. Rice, G. Miller, G. Davis, G. Smith, W. Lawyer. gifdcfing Ckaracfem v Mg , , Q5 BE, . m .5 s' ' 32 f Eat. P. gas di S 3 V, mf, , Wi: fn 4. 11,5 - msg. V V.1:,QSg 7- A K, -.--:fn 2 Q Af f.,3s,., J-V i.g.-,Qi , xf?ff'fmf.eWmm,. E.. H . cs 1 93. , '25 . , A-W'-1. 13 ,4 ,J . ... , Ng mt f Iffx A M,,w:wf-.igw ,A aff' A Q 'k,"'?.' 'Uhr ' ,lf A .yy Q35 5 . f-Q A. Hx J' H ,- , ,xf ' ,A A V L 'ff YT ' -, 3 r ' .. w ' f ww--,A . , , . ,, If Qzg ' 'L K - QV " 14 ,lf ' - 'ii NNI 5 A JFS' ,, 5503 . 'F 3 , -.g..X,v,,,V f :, Y . Lg . J' 5 :ga H 1 ' -fr. ,Q V , P A 3? 'afzfxl in 1.1 s ' gy' 5 'M M. Performing at many school assemblies is the SENIOR GIRLS GLEE CLUB under the efficient direction of Miss An-netta Yates. Raw I: J. Berry, J. Menges, B. Miller, J. Miller, B. Hamilton G. Swick, C. Stevenson, M, Johnson, L. Highland, C. Perdew. Row II: J. Sturtz, S. Alee, P. Saucer, J. Roland, M. Clark, K. Kiiffner, C. Hyde, J. Hanifin, P. Campbell, B. Alexander. Row III: B. Michels, C. Maiers, B. Saville, C. Brunner, C. Friend, P, Metz, P. Dill, P. Higgs, R. Beck, A. Seeble. Row IV: L. Cropp, C. Siehler, R. Miller, J. Meeks, S. Calhoun, S. Murray, J. Rice, E, Burgc, S. Timbrook, M. Tipton. Row V: S. Wormaek, S. Gnegy, M. Turk, J. Sheldon, M. Parsons, B. Sansom, B. Hansel, B. Lynn, C. Flora. Row VI: S. Wade, C. Chaney, K. Hiett, D. Ensminger, E. Gillium, K. Johnson, J. Shryock. Row VII: J. Carnell, D. Zimmerman, Miss Annetta Yates. K oiceo jlzaf gdncl. . . Presenting musical programs throughout the school term is the JUNIOR GIRLS GLEE CLUB. Row I: J. Carnell, R. Rider, J. Merrill, N. Uplinger, S. Fuller, C. Mease, G. Kissner, D. Grimm, G. Singleton, B. Alexander, J. Wolfe, N. Mower, N. Parsons, K. Shaver, B. Kidwell. Row II: Miss Annetta Yates, director, M, McMichael, J. Murphy, C. Grove, B. Lewis, L. Rohey, V. Barnes, J. Hunt, B. Boyer, L. McGuire, P. Clingan, J. Elfritz, L. Shambaugh, S. Owens. Row III: R. Hout, P. Fey, D. Leasie, D. De- neen, A. Swartywelder, J. Nee, S. Cox, S. Nines, S. Boore, M, Lee, S. Hansell, G. Gordon, N. Gillum, B. Purcell, L. McDonald, D. Clem. Row IV: S. Sarson, D. Sanson, B. Callis, D. Snoots, D. Arbogast, F. Kreitzburg, C. Hauger, P. Smith, S. Mason, L. Nor- ris, J. Orndorff, C. Holcomb, P. Toy, S. Weatherholt, D. Diggs, D. Hoyle, H. McGuire. FW" D' i ' V' 'I ' i WALWW'W'"K"i"'i"'2'WfXt'N"i1 i "fm "Wi 'YW""u"""'h"Xl"W""'b'A"""Q Under the direction of Mr. Harold Hanson, the SENIOR BOY'S GLEE CLUB participates in musical programs throughout the year. Row I: C. Smith, J. Bittner, D. Wratcford, B. Long, J. Hunt, A. Brewer. Row II: J. Carroll, D. Norris, W. Rice, R. Getz, C. Brown, T. Johnson, Row III: B. Yaider, J. Bowman, P. White, R. Wills, J. Zink, B. Miller, B. Mertens, R. Mull, D. Evanson, R. Growden, J. White, J. Appel. .911 .jwlcwmong U Taking part in many junior high assemblies is the JUNIOR BOYlS GLEE CLUB directed by Mr. Harold Hanson. Rbw I: F. Wertz, W. Adams, R. Maiers, G. Byrnes, J. Heavner, C. Frazee, E. Lepoly, B. Hansrote, J. Shipley, F. Clingerman, D. Corley F. Blammer. Row II: J. Squires, J. Dawson, C. Phillips, S. Miller, R. Walburn, M. Deter, H. Brown, E. Fisher, D. Zehrback, F. Myers. Row III: J. Belt, J. Chambers, M. Panome, R. Gordon, C. Banks, S. Twigg, R. Cubbage, R. Willig, B, Valentine, M. Durst Brinkman. Row IV: J. Griffen, K. Jewell, M. Adams, R. Dayton, P. Fields, J. Turbin, S. Wilson, B, Reed, Shirks. Row V: J Slogan, K. Hilligas, C. Goss, J. Carnell, R. Clise, R. Barns, R. Cross, W. Twigg, R. Rice, P. Miller. Row VI: R. Yost, D. Sailor Redinger, L. Neal, C. Davy, J, Jones, P. Logston, J, Mertens, J. Cross, Beckward. Row VII: W. Taylor, W. Rice, D. Helm, D Brant, L. Lewis, T. Wanda, B, Jacobs, G. Nestleroad, P. Delaflrange, L. Malone, J. Lear. Row VIII: Galliher, J. Nines. s Entertaining at assemblies throughout the year and at special community activities 'I' Cross and E, Bolinger present 3 is the ENSEMBLE. Row I: M. Clark, B. Alexander, J. Shryock, J. Roland, M. 'Vakmtine dance in 3 Junior High AS. Johnson. Row H: J. Appel, C. Stevenson, R, Weber, C. Hyde, L. Highland, R. gembly, Getz. Row Ill: J. White, J. Bowman, R. Mertens, J. Hunt, W. Rice. 48 Under the direction of Miss Annetta Yates, the CHOIR displays vocal talent in special assemblies at Fort Hill. Row I: L. Waite, C. Hyde, J. Menges, F. Smith, C. Stevenson, B. Alexander, M, Clark, B. Miller, M. Johnson, J. Shryoek, C. Seihler, B, Sampson, L. Highland, Miss Annetta Yates, director. Row II: S. Wormack, C. Perdew, J. Sturtz, P. Campbell, D. Zimmerman, B. Hamilton, A. Seibel, M. Tipton, S. Timbrook, J. Miller, J. Roland, L. Brown, P. Higgs. Row III: R. Weber, S. Murray, J. Bowman, C. Smith, J. Apple, B. Long, C. Brown, D. Norris, D. Wratchford, B, Mertens, S. Cnegy, B. Saville, C. Maiers. Row IV: B. Miller, F. Ni- mon, W. Rice, J. White, R. Getz, J. Hunt, J. Zinc, R. Wills, K, Ki iffner, G. Swick. A 501941 2f0HD Of gi1'15 COIUPTJSC ihe GIRLS, ENSEMBLE- This elite group of students was chosen to represent Fort Row I: D. Zimmerman, P. Higgs, P. Campbell, C. Steven- H111 in the MARYLAND ALL-STATE CHORUS. Row I2 M. SGH- Rvw H1 J- SUIUZ, B- Miller, B- HHmi1i011, C- SCih101'- Clark, R. Growden, J. Shryock. Row II: J. Bowman, J. White, Row Ill: M. Johnson, J. Menges, C. Hyde, L. Highland. D, Norris, 49 Members of the JUNIOR HARMONY GROUP can he heard entertaining in Junior High assemblies throughout the year, Row I: Mr. Harold Hanson, di- rector: D. Corley. Row II: J. Heav- ner, R. Walburn, D. Galliher, D. Hite, D. Zerhach. Entertaining an audience with their selections of Rock n' Roll are R. Grow- den, H. Hess, P. Shannon, "The Down- heatsf, 50 Much talent can he found by listening to the SENIOR HIGH HARMONY GROUP. Mr. Harold Hanson, director. Row I: D. Norris, J. Slocumh, J. Belt, J. Bowman. Finishing last minute advertising work are members of thc third period 4'SABRE', staff: P. Blacklin, C. Cooper, L. Han- ifin, and C. Allee. lonferring on the 'problems of compiling the 1960 MSABRE7' are Mr. Carl Ritchie, adviserg Carol Davis and Marsha Adams, co-editors-in-chiefs, and Mr. James Engle, HYIVISCT. -M..V, Wt,.V,.ma........,,r,,.,, ,.,, 0 s,,, W,..,rWM--W vf,,, , ..,,w,,.f ff,,. .W .,.., ,Q-.v,..,.f,r --..f ,. ..,,.f WW.. i.,. Y.,-W--,,weMaf,.,,rfwre'a,,.,w.asf.f-Wmwf'M'-mwwewaywfwwwws J. Leith cuts paper as K. Freeland and D. Bender, photogra pliers, enlarge a picture for the '6SABRE". CS 7? ULF? Working together, the editors and staff of the yearbook pro- duced an outstanding l960 HSA- BRE.,' The theme, HA. Time to Rememberfl was derived, the yearbook was outlined, and each section began making layouts, taking and identifying pictures, writing and typing copy, secur- ing advertisers, subscribers, and patrons, preparing artwork, and finally copy reading the book. Under the capable direction of lVlr. James Engle and Mr. Carl Ritchie, deadlines were meta and a new HSABRE7' was again pub- lished. 51 Barbara Alexander A rt Editor Lucretia Ross Senior Editor 2:51, '.53',f , , 2 . airs, grid, t ii X!-ilif. Qlslfiiifliifffil 'Q K f, .'tg,i7r.t,gm .r, L, ', . 'ff "':""?"2'f" .siQ.Ee2,Q'll3 ' ff 1,4r,t,f1,1-2' .. ,U , X ,Q . ,Qi-,,t1,f, is 1 A w ' es.'ztilkt3ri5:!K A - if ' 5--a . wily, Q K. , l It .. Q i ldh s is xiii til SW Tilt 1 Wait lx t 2 r Bm f 35535562 ' '2 Q si 5 of xigggigms 1 4 , KM i. SM I ' li il Q X .,K.,df.,.,,3:.g-L-,X , ,.gf..1a5s,ff L, . VLm,jS,, , t,MQi.., ,M WM S' 'ms nil Ellis ll im ylrvl v'i,Qv',,.7lf sigh.-if",'i '-21 ,yt :zzz Gladys Brown Undercloss Editor Fern Brisson 52 Activities Editor Marsha Adams Carol Davis Carole Brown Co-Editor-in-Chief Co-Editor-in-Chief Literary Editor Working to meet the dead "SABRE" class. Row I: E. Patty Phillips Sports Editor Pamela George h 1 ' d Faculty Editor line are members of t e 7t1 perio Mason, D. Wertz. Row II: J. Malone, A. Schwenninger, L. Sliatzer. v 'ii i ' .,z-.4-12: -, 131 ' -u5r523St5?f ,ily 9 " , 3 - A f i-1 9' .. Q it i Y , z's1i5QQ:12QifgHiE5t . :gtg i t n ' ' to H vffi .zztgt-. . " " ,.k:-imggvk . , 5326 - :iii , . :gai.ff5gf,??gQtE92i:??,i5gTiii,25' :111,1f'u,sf,t1,g , i sfrftwefki itoffxfff-1 5, -kfg'tgifiifemgj ,tfgiftw Bus Carol Day in ess Manager Frances Taylor Advertising Editor -t3,e.5':e.. ' e.' iiqmf z.-tffz - .1 1 ' 5 viffll: f - ' " ,.-5'f ?SiVi5W f R, 9. 5 H me 5' 2 ..:5?mze- ' i att - ' at .,,. . ' - , .' !5QYEriiIvE,lWW in ' 'fail K-:T . , 1- 7552, 5gffQ1 Ssg5e1f9PfeBi,,,f.5't ii: 1 w e - 'fire-. gif! V? z1w,:f'2,w,fsi Yew.. , vga? 5, 1.154224-1 ql5QfE'3'35 1. 'V'-:'if'i.i'EQEl2t '1iw.... fr. . r' so 1-v.,,.. f.,,xg:- ,Xa,,yp,5,,a., fiftfaim,-th, ,,.,.,,,,,,, .,,,,.,,.,,,, Ma., .:sn',-',t.v,. :ax-solver 9- Danny Bender Photography Editor A is ' -- Q., .1.. . , .-:-. ' ' G 2f'.as.,iif', . ,.1ss2i.fni'. "v'1wfM,'. - iiiitfiitffi. i 5S:' L..3,. ..-i.'.,:'w,11m.Titw,.f.1 - - 1 f , . if 'f ffqz:fqz':- --me a, 3biis122sfv?'frs'tL, f fi f 'xftw , .-,f at aw, .,,...g:1 g,gfQg-:M gf,,g,g,y,, 1. ft.,!1.,zx.1z,f z, 1, .' .:v:a: ri'1f1H-P 1 551, BH ., K , I Ii?tEL':,zfE:,Ef7 ff . " ff, 42f3,z.sQ1 az we 1 . , -' " . ,, e L7 31,ffQifi?.,f' Sie ., . , " if f 1 ..,,.s, -at .1 ....,,,, . M , ,,,- ,,. . '.,22s,ss. 'i.ff'. gsxgrifg? if --Qifgff,-W, f,gv,,,f.,. :Wifi iiizlyl -51' ITZI1',leiilbii':l9?5QsILt'.'i iisfrlfl. W 4 251 ' fi, f 'iivfiii . M51,tifaiigirfii1' L I 5,125 K Z , 5 i ' 'ff "V 1 i1?siS1Ei3iQf85ls1Eil2i Tv ,ZQ5?li5fl:TESff' . .411 t .,..a.a. - ru,- f:.....:sf. 'Sw 4. . l KCHUY Freeland Seniors and Editors enjoy their annual trip to Baltimore where they received information and aid Ph050gfaP1W Edirol' for the completion of the 1960 "Sabre" Rendering their unending service to produce the 1960 i'SABRE" are the editors and staff. Row I: L. Ross, F. Taylor, P. Phil- lips, C: Day, C. Davis, C. Brown, B. Alexander, G, Brown, F, Brisson. Row II: P. George, E. Cornwell, C. Corley, C. Gragg, P. Blacklm, L, Highland, J. Malone, C. May. Row Ill: L. Hanifin, I. Reuschel, J. Smith, M. Bone, D. Wertz, L. Shatzer, C. Hyde, C. Allee. Row IV: J. Malone, K. Freeland, A. Schwenninger, E. Mason, C. Cooper. Row V: J. Leith, 53 Aiding the school with its endless services is the JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL under the direction of Mr. William Wil- liams. Row I: G. Wanda, R. Robinson, J. Hansrote. Row Il: E. Bolinger, C. Shipley, S. Evans, K. Norris, J. Bland, V. Keogel, D. Detrick. Row Ill: J. Cross, P. Martin, N. Mowers, B. Wigan, S. Wagner, J. Welsh, M. Cessna, S. Proudfoot. Row IV: V. DelaGrange, L. Fisher, D. Galligher, L. Himmler, L. Norris, J. Orndorff, D'. Hemestead, D. Hoyle. CC B 77 ouerning ocbea I Working to make the annual Snowball Dance a gala cvcnt Officers of Jr. High Student Council are S. Johnson, presidcnil are Phillip Crass and Marlene Clark, R. Robinson, vice-president, J. Hansrotc, treasurer. QNot pic- tured is G. Wanda, secretary.J A ' ' r ., A piggy :,, Ma 1 +1373 ,W ' i'7N.w,,,,s.w Af ,, f E4 ,f ? .W- M 1 1 3 Conducting business transactions is one of the many duties of the STUDENT COUNCIL SENATE. Row I: B. Hinkle, Marsha Adams, Mary Jane Adams, D. Martin. Row H: P. Crass, M. Clark, C. Day, S, Sonner, M. Sisk, G. Ship- Home Economics girlsf under the su- pervision of Miss Yola Hudson and Miss Mary Montin, served the Fort Hill teachers at the annual Christmas Faculty Tea. way. Members of the Hi Y clubs pack the boxes of canned food collected dur- ing the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. Those pictured are J. Schonter, K. Kiiffner, C. Crabtree. Mimeographing absentee slips, tests, programs, office sheets, and other miscellane- ous matcrial needed are the duties of the MIMEO- GRAPH STAFF. They work under the guidance of Mr. Robert Price. Seated: G. Ar- bogast, E. Stafford. Stand- ing: C. Puffenburger, E. Barnes. Under the direction of Mr. Earl Bracey, members of the PROJECTION CREW show movies in many classrooms and during various assembly programs. Row I: D. Colbert, R. Kiefer, E. Norris, C. Shanck. Row II: T. Jackson, J. Malone, J. Davis, G. Mer- rit, A. Roby, M. Bible. Compiling the 1960 edition are the new members of the '4Scribesi' staff. Miss Geraldine Pritchard selects the most representative literary work of the seniors to be entered. Row I: B. Alexander, D. Whalley, B. Frantz. Row II: G. Hout, G. Arbogast, J. Bowman, D. Robinson, J. Bennett, co-editor, M. Bone, M. Clark, R. Mertens, L. Starkey, co-editor. Row III: D. Baldwin, I, Leith Under the supervision of Mr. William Leeson and Mr. Edgar Reynolds, the SCIENCE CLUB conducts various experiments and in- teresting field trips in their special fields. Row I: A. Robey, J. Johnson, J. Belt, J, Kubes. Row II: C. Eaton, B. Wiegand, J. Merrill, K. Skitarelic, C. Van Grift, M. Blonsker, M. Ludwick, B. McDonald, R. Barbera, S. Hidey. Row III: J. Turans, C. Smith, L. Allee, J. White, D. Merrill, N. Brooks, S, Wiegand, Mr. Leeson, adviser. Row IV: K. Brown, L. Smith, L. Burcaw, J. Zink, K. McGuire, S. Sampson, C. Morris, K. Berry. Row V: P. Rollar, B. Kerns, R. Davis, C. Van Horn, F. McKenzie, K. Brown. Row VI: B. Burgess, K. Snyder, S. Shaffer, G. Jewell, J. Tally. Character, service, leadership, and scholarship are the qualities with which the students qualify for membership in the NA- TIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, under the supervision of Miss Geraldine Pritchard. Row I: B. Keller, B. McClellan, B. Smith, S. Little, K. Kiiffner, C. Stevenson, S. Sonner, J. Bennett. Row II: M. Cutshall, R. Miller, D. Lewis, D. Robinson, S. Lantz, L. Ross, A. Hardinger, M. Ludwick, F. Brisson. Row III: G. Hout, P. Miller, D. Whalley, D. Baldwin, R. Mertens, S. McElfisl1, G, Swick, S. Little, D. Hartley. Row IV: H. Heavener, C. Puffenberger, T. Garland, J. White, R. Growden, R. Smith, W. Llewellyn, K. Evans. CNot Piturerl: R. Light.J 58 isfbachng Gfizenfs on flue .7010 Marlene Slsk Monitors Pat Hammersmxth Lzbrarv Club 'Vlartin White Stage Crew Edgar Barnes Mimeograph Staff Marlene Clark James White Kathleen Kuffner Clwlf, USMVS Hz. Y Honor Society Alpha Beta Bonme McClellan Bookroom Staff Carolyn Stevenson Girls Clee Club Russell Kiefer Projection Crew Ronald Growden Thespians Robert Mertens Boys Glee Club Alan Rohey Science Club ,A - es: , S Frances Sm1th F H Players ia- gf ' 2 Z Qlfyll :AI ji 432211.-:sil l : ww 2 John Bennett Scribes Gladys Swick Sentinel Sandy Llttle Senior Band Dlane Lew1s F H Players Marsha Adams Student Council Marjorie Cutsha Town Meeting 1 Dave Baldwin adds more points to the Sentin.el's scoreboard. A Auld OIIMCL .SQCL6 071, Father time, watching over the Sentinel cagers this season, has witnessed high spirit among the players and the spectators, even though hard times have prevailed. Fort Hillians have watched their team being deprived of many victories by a few points and hard luck. Through all this, high standards of sportsmanship have been preserved by the team and the students. The squad this year, consisting of 3 seniors, 9 juniors, and 2 sophomores, has had its "off and on', days all season. lt has just been fate that all the players were not on at once. This season should prove a rewarding experience for the un- derclassmen who will have another opportunity next year. VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Row I: J. Keller, managerg R. Bittner, H. Bosley, R. Peck, B. Sheetz, M. Miller, D. Bend cr, manager. Row II: Coach James Eckard, J, Rice, R. Manges, G. Shipway, B. Colbert, D. Clem. jim Rice Glen Shipway Dave Baldwin Blu Sheen Guard Forward Center Forward Fort Hill Opponents 39 North Hagerstown 32 t SCAZJUL w ou agers own 45 Frederick 47 Alumni 41 Martinsburg D. Baldwin tries for two more! 44 Valley 48 Bruce 62 Beall 59 Mt. Savage 48 Allegany 44 North Hagerstown 4-7 Martinsburg 46 LaSalle 65 Valley 56 Bruce Beall 68 Mt. Savage 56 Allegany Frederick South Hagerstown Mr. Jim Eckurcl, Coach. K K Doug Torlnel Bill Colbert Harry Bosley George Twigg Forward Forward Forward Gllllfd 51.71 4?...L.f4..ff511....f..L Fort Hill Opponents 23 DelVl0lay 34 33 LaSalle 27 33 DelVlolay 40 45 lst Preshyterians 21 30 Valley 31 43 Bruce 444 lil Bc-:all 45 32 lVlt. Savage 23 32 Allegany 42 43 LaSalle 38 ' 23 Valley 29 47 Bruce 54 Mr. Charles Smith, Coach J.V. BASKETBALL SQUAD Row I: W. Jewel, Managerg R. White, C. Floto, C. Smith, B. Dean, P. Mechem, B. Hare. Row ll: J,.Mason, W. Donohue, J. Shook, S. Johnson, D. Proudfoot, P. Wilson, Coach Charles Smith. N I i X GIRLS BASKETBALL SQUAD Row I: C. Mull, L. McMichael, S. Miller, A. Ketterman. Row II: L. Rowley, S. Shaffer, B. McCellan, E. Baily, B. Smith, M. Ball, G. Windish. Row III: B, Helman, managerg P. Keesee, M. Wigfleld, L. Clark, A. Smith, S. Athey, D. Martin, manager, J. Johnson, manager. Row IV: B. Divelbiss, J. Nee, L. Roberts, J. Kubes, C. Bosley, S. Elkins, C. Singleton, Mrs. H, Snyder. Coach Henrietta Snyder's red-clad girls' bas- ketball sextet ended this season with five succes- sive victories and only one defeat The team has racked up numerous w1ns over opposing teams and has maintained an outstanding record of high standards and capability through a period of years The glrls compete wlth all the area high schools, displaying team work sharp shooting, and quick thinking They have brought honor to Fort Hill Hlgh School wlth their outstanding record and good sportsmanship Mrs Henrietta Snyder Coach The girls basketball team practices to maintain their hl h record Eileen Bailey Bonnie McClellan Anna Barbara Smith Lillian Rowley Guard Forward Q14 , lljam if? d?MLefLaff .Slkedud Fort Hill Opponents 33 Alumni 27 79 Myersdale 29 67 South Fulton 44 66 Ursuline Academy 31 38 South Fulton 54 48 Myersdale 14 Ursuline Academy Guard Forward Shirley Shaffer Sue Ball Forward Guard Shirley Shaffer, Gloria Windish and Sue Ball jump for the hall in a practice game. ,X - Q - ---airway'-,rf i. ,,,- -fMi, Linda Clark Gloria Windish Guard Guard 65 Varsity Cheerleaders -Nancy Huff, Mary Jane Adams, Patty Phillips, Pat Miller, Captain, Carole Smith and Peggy Groves. .l.V. Cheerleaders-Row I: Sue Wagner, Captain. Row II: Nancy Schriver, Jane Welsh. Row Ill: Nancy Myers, Vickie Koegel. Row IV: Linda Himmler. Row I: Pat Miller. Row Il: Patty Phillips, Mary Jane Adams Row IH: Peggy Groves, Carole Smith. Row IV: Nancy Huff 66 . . 3153532 as f 4 Q 1 3 P ,.., W Q,.., . in e If " 7 ' ---.- Y fi ,... . is ' .:,. .,,. :.,: I W, , ""f" 1 ,..A, Q2-:1-- H ,2,f'f4f. f i ':,:' V "Ei5isQ5g E QI: inn? ii 2 J, 515: 52 """ -,zz qlsw v,,v, , ' e I iw 'TE gaze:"f'5'i:'3:ii5':'i I Q r s 5 L. zzz I 'Y .,:.: " ,.:, i . Q Q, : ..,, , S , W I .,,., 4 , Hifi il., i ii ' -3?fitiiil ',Qg " wb 1 ' ,,.,: . 1 is 1 Q! at -,. vi 1'Vfl.:IEf235' ':" I Eiffiz, 'iiii' 'Gs- 1 ' .,..::.. ' ' - " .Q 5" '5' ! 'iii -'2- ..,,,. V e N .z --:.:-,-: A s. -,.-:- ,-,fm 145 M ' - ' E .:-., .,,,. --:-: ...Q M .,.1: s '2-' ' 0- we ' , Q 5 L I Q fgg islg ttig grim! Q Q' 5 ZX ":":"':' fe N Y3'ft'TiH t Q 5 ' wi is as iaflifriiiiiliil 'S ' ,,A, , 5? , .,.. f i! fgtegi i fitti i -:-- "7 ---i t W 4 1 - ? 53 552322 'E .,:.5 za.. Y' rf- is -5355 s,,,f5Qfx A 1' . ,. -:,-- 5:3535 5, i wi ff - ' A:,. g v ta? , 'iii .ij 554 ,' ' Mi g A sw ':" ' ' ' :" f " .1.1 ,,,.5 V 1 ffl:-E 1 - 'Q gig? .,,, Q .,,-,v-', .rilizii ' if . Q' 1 if:- 1 1 "2":"-" ' 3 yy 3 - .45 - .,..,.,.,. , 1 ---.-- --""- - -.ff ""' g ,wfWww.m,MeWmM...f ' Carolyn Cooper, Mike Zembower, Marsha Adams and Fred Joyce enjoy a pleasant evening at the ,lunior-Senior Prom. loving Spring arrives in all its glory with the many outstanding achievements of Fort Hillians. Dur- ing the season the Sentinel continues its award- winning workg the May Queen reigns over the Hilltopg the ,lim Turner award is presented to an outstanding athleteg and the ':Sabre,' staff begins work on next year's hook. Remember these spe- cial occasions as we go through the following sec- tion. viiwa gnfduaiao fic .Szwlen fa Sophomores, venturing their first steps of sen- ior high school, show their intelligence and en- thusiasm in their work and extra activities. This class participates in the annual play tournaments and sponsors an annual "h0p". These students are proceeding on the path of success by going forward to greater and better achievements, aided by their adviser, Mr. Charles Smith. Following the leadership of the officers, this class strives to meet obligations bestowed on them. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISER Row I: D. Lewis President- C. Sieler Secretar ' Mr , , yy Charles Smith, Adviser, B. Samson, Trdasurerg J. Heav- ner, Vice-President. 10th GRADE-H.R. 101, Mr. Paul Perdew-Row I: H. May, V. Wilson, P. Sulser, E. See, E. Baldwin, N. Mower, D. Miller, C. Diehl, K. Benninger, C. Corley. Row II: J, Robb, M. Sensabaugh, R. Squires, D. Lewis, R. Reclinger, L. Isner, E. Bush, S. Garland, H. Hardinger. Row III: N. Plummer, J. Dyche, R. Wilson, C. Sibley, C. Smith, S. Trail, J. Meeks, L Cropp. Row IV: S, Neat, B. Daniels, D. Lynch, P. Fisher, L Greise, J. King. A. .Steven-son, D. Keller, J. Painter, F, Robinson, J. Leith, D. Grapes, M. Zembower, and B. Smith portray beatniks in a senior high assembly, 10th GRADE'-H.R. 219, Mrs. Ruth Rephann-Row I: E, Wilson, B. Hamilton, P. Campbell, S. Durst, S. Merritt, C. Crabtree, V. Stonebreaker, C. Marvin, M. Aquallo, C. Floyd. Row Il: R. Malcolm, D. Miller, B. Yaider, R. Parsons, R. White, D. Edmondson, G. Bierman, J. Keller, P. Leasure. Row III: K. Bearinger, L. McDonald, S. Murray, L. Williams, C, Wiseman, S. Simpson, B. George, J. Kubes. Row IV: E. Harrison. 10th GRADE. - H.R. 217, Mrs. Irene Wimer - Row I: D. Payton, M. Landis A Ketterman S Rice Y. Swick, N. Twigg, D. Twigg, J. Duncan, J. Miller, S. Vanetta. Row II: C. Bird J Davis T Dean T Higson, F. Jobnson, F. Hott, H. Merritt, J. Headly, J. Lisant. Row IH: S. Brown V Marion S Twigg W. Carroll, C, Legeer, B. Mills, R. White, S. Gregy, S. Propst, P. Thompson. Row IV E Stumbaugh W. Manges, S, Netz, J. York. Shown participating in the Jr. High Student Council's Halloween Party are the "Downbeatsl', a newly organized combo of Fort Hill. 10th GRADE-H.R. 106, Mr. John Reed-Row I: V. Thomas, E. Cornwell, D. Jones, S. Stickley, K Turhin, S, Sieler, C. Poppe, G. Shank, M. Twigg, P. White. Row II: G. Park, C. Garlitz, G. Henry, E Merrill, E. Davies, F. Butler, G, Barnhart, R. Fleek, H. Hardinger. Row III: G. Lewis, S. Breighner S. Hoover, Y. Ridgeley, M. Smith, B. Eaton, C. Maiers, R. Mowery, R. Mason, G. Miller. Row IV: H Peer, R. Bible, G. Henry, W. Donahue, G. Kirby. H. Robertson. 10th GRADE-H.R.. 120, Miss Martha Rice-Row l: L. Clites, G, Hare, J. Yost, C. Crone, B. Hili- man, L: Allee, C. Skidmore, L. Durbin, C. Bruner, J. Johnson. Row II: M. Miller, R. Stumbaugh, R. Evans, J. Heavner, B. Long, C. Taylor, P. Wells, V. Oates, R. Thomas. Row Ill: S. Payne, V. Rice, B. Samson, J. Sheldon, C. Friend, S. Lapp, J. McGreagor, N. Beck, P. Metz, M. Brant. Row IV: J. Welsh, R- Mangei J. Hanekamp, R. Gray, D. l-Iowser, W. Turner, L, Bird, E. Crippen, K. 'Deatelhousexz 10th GRADE -- H.R. 126-Mrs. Madeline Mewshaw-Row I: A. Bryant, D. Zimmerman, S. Pryor, J Manmng, P, Huffman, P. Weimcr, J. Berry, S. McDonald, C. Riggleman, J. Sturtz. Row II: W. Clingan D. Broome, B. Deter, E. Sheetz, L. Hedrick, J. Williams, R. Metzger, C. Perry, J. Withrow. Row III: N Kennedy, D. Moore, B. Saville, R. Skinner, G. Windish, S. Feltz, R. Hill, B. Knippinburg. Row IV: ID. Bonner, J. Marion, D. DuRocher, C. Cross, T. Johnson, L. Snyder, T. Athey. Row V: L. Frock, .I owcry. 1 10th GRADE--H.R. 238 and 229, Mr. John Ferguson and Miss Mary Martin-Row I: A. Getz, M. Appel, K. Arnold, R. Keller, S. Tsigiotis. Row II: G. Siebert, L. Ruschel, R. Reed. Row III: D. Bishop, C. Liller, S, Mc Elflsh, J. Garland, M. Cook. Row IV: D. Adams, M. Micker, B. See, J. Brewer. Row V: T. Gray, J. B10HSkBY, D- McDonald, J. Hansrote, J. Hansrote. Row VI: A. Siwartzwelder, C. Erichsen, T. Lewis, M. Goetz. Row VII: R. Daniels, B, Kerns, N. Weber, C. Wolford, P. Davis. Row VIII: W. Rice. Learning how to prepare a meal in home economics class is Marlene Clark, winner of 'SMy True Security" contest, and. Linda Shatzer, Bonnie Dicken, Eileen Hartman and Alice Bonnie Keller, runnerup, compare their papers, expressing Schwenninger. their different points of view. 10th GRADE-H.R. 131, Miss Mary Workman-Row I: P. Troutman, M. Dorsey, D. Beard, S. Ebert, K. Robey, S. Calhoun, S. Hartman, S. Cox, B. Powell, K. Ullery. Row II: B. McKinzie, G. Davis, G. Blacker, T. Hop- wood, D. Hensell, J, Parks, J. Garland, W. Merill, R. Miller. Row III: B. Starkey, D. Grimm, C. Bierman, D. Fletcher, J. Rice, P. Groves, C. Maiers, A. Koch, M. Keefer, R. Tabler. Row IV: G. Murphy, G. McKay, C. Smith. 72 cf'L.,mfl. Qual. Under the direction of Mr. Samuel Layman, the juniors planned their activities successfully. Presenting "Academy Awardsf, they bid the sen- iors adieu at the .Iunior-Senior Farewell Assem- bly. In 'a gay array of pastel gowns and decora- tions, the .Iunior Senior Prom was presented with the theme "April In Springtimev and "April In Paris" as the song, while the yellow rose repre- sented the class flower. Looking forward to their reign as seniors, the juniors have made a lasting impression upon their associates and much suc- cess is wished for their future. Fort Hillis entry in the Carpentry Contest is inspected by Floyd Twigg and Martin White. .lunior Class Officers and Advisor-Row I: P. Green, Vice- President' J. Men es Treasurer' Mr. Samuel La man, Ad- , E f Y viserg C. Cooper, Secretary, R. Adams, President. llth GRADE-H.R. 104-, Mr. Wayne Layman-Row I: R, Kreger, T. Miller, B. Miller, D. Long, I. Malone. Row' Il: L. Noel, D. Baker, A. Heller, S. Cross. Row III: P. Clark, H. Shaner, C. Bierman, I. Murphy, D. Wrachford. Row IV: P. George, D. Buzzard, G. Brown, B. Divelbiss. Row V: R. Reed, R. Smith, W. Seeders, R. Strawderman, R. Rice. Row VI: M. Parsons, C. Himmler, D. Clingan, S. Allee. Row VII: W. Turbin, P. Ketterman, L. McKay, R. Shumaker, W. Thom- as. Row VIII: R. Twigg, R. Hymes, C. Boone, F. Hammer- smith. Row IX: R. Lehliter, H. Fehlman. wma-mugs-mwawfw-..i -..- ...,Wmi...w f-f- f llth GRADE-H.R. 115, Mrs. Larene Lauh-Row I: B. Burkett, D. Owens, J. Carnell, L. Widdows, M. Kidwell. Row II: R. Adams, J. Miller, D. Brewer, J. Del Busso, Row III: L Miller M Turk M Jones S Wolford S Welsh, Row IV W Porter R Rltchie M Savrlle D Rhodes, Row' V: S Shaffer B Linn J Crabtree S Huff C Mowen. Row VI: D Colbert H Shanholtz J .Erwin J Bell Row VII: G. Merritt S Athey E Mason G Francis J Hare. Q--'-- .,., .... - ...ww fe-Muffy if 335. 5 fb v 'S L s ,-,,. 1, ..... . K. .., .,.,.. nm.: :... '5-M y tt. f -, - ...V I ...- t. """:"" ' rs" '- ' V 1 .e- 2 -"' 1 .A 9' fm Y g f? Q fmf 1. :-' w e . Mr. Vernon Robeson explains to John Smith and Jeanie Bird the chassis of -a oar in Dr. Ed- ucation Class. llth GRADE-H.R. l22, Mr. Donald Workman-Row' I: M. Woods, D. Stinson, S. Wolford, P. Emmart, L. Shatzer. Row II: R. Beck, B. Wilson, I. Crabtree, D. Martin. Row III: R. Bittner, G. Athey, T. Higson, D. Nelson, J- Grahame. Row IV: L. Leatherman, L. Waite, P. White, K. Skiterelic, J. Huff. Row V: A. Petenbrink, R. Weber, C. Saville, A. Molrtzfeldt. Row VI: W. Sheetz, C. Oster, P, Burkey, C. W ite. llth GRADE-H.R. 132, Mr, Robert Price-Row I: B. Boher, B. Williams, C. Pardew, J. Sullivan, G. Hull. Row II: J. Miller, D. Mowent, J, Kalbaugh, K. Robertson. Row III: C. May, M. Adams, B. Atkinson, V. Magruder, A. Schwenninger, Row IV: B. Evans, B. Whiteman, J. Hare, B. Dicken. Row V: D. Weaver, E. Burley, C. Smith, P. Keesee, P. Chilcoat. Row VI: K, Brinkman, H. Merrill, T. Wells, D. Bender. Row VII: W. Colbert, D. Klosterman, P. Shahan, P, Green, J. Rice. Row VIII: R. Shewbridge, M. Nines, J. Rice. ,.,.. . , . . , .ee t ,. . ,. . J J ',i. .i'- 4 1 "ili' I , wt J-nv. ..-.V ' . .. . s gf vm- ' ' 41.'Ly':,.':.f'.-fr.-A A. -. . ,..,, A. -40 yt-f,,w vu- I . 5 . st' 1'f'f",'f'--Wife". -' 'HN' ' ' "' " ,fry 5.1.2 Q. 1. N 44-5 5 'inf his gzf.g'fq"ff?,fs',f' we rin... m f. A 1, ky av., x at ...... I f t . , , ff 1. .1 .5 X .f ,.fLr1jj.1z,Mzk.ff Im, -11:23. .:: 21t"f f ? .ffi-i1"2.vf::--9.5.5. ' 'e'3ggiaf2f5fr.1if'rif:ff:.m tfw.fi4.s.1v wwf. igg.2f.Qf.ews2fef1.:"t - . ' ' . ' --'- ' w ,.iE1:i3g?5f li- 1175.3 M L- Q'i'?'k?3"7'i'm'54gQf! """ "'ff. .Y's'mi.a,, We--tt "' Ma, xp ,gun s mf X "wa, 1, 1 I' ti rf 4 9, , , f- V. ,, , -..- evv' 22:15 A, ji-Us 2. if f':. t-.wrt-. sf f. wg -WLQEP? "W"1M'-'. , ,f.g,'51xg1?"' , ' ff .5,.!f,rM.,1'3x ,,5..f, ,...,. 1, .,s.., ,-,,sv".c',i .,..-.7,!h- :f.gfz1a4'r?,fffl::'af.r. ""' V 1 ' '.. fg5,gf' . A-H 'Q-w..4a.,, ...,....f..' .,...,. M 11th GRADE-H.R. 106-A, Mrs. Hannah Allamong-Row I: J. Atwell, L. Shumaker, P, Koerner, P. Moyer, G. Yaider. Row II: M. Grimm, E. Lewis, N, Parker, J. Roland. Row III: V. Bush, A. Aquallo, C. Bennett, L. Clark, M. Freno. Row IV: L. Highland, D. Hill, E. Hartman, P. Shipley. Row V: B. Dickenson, J. Combs, R. Blank, H. Rice, B. Mertens. Row VI: G. McDonal3d, A. Roby, G. Snyder, D. Crone. Row VII: E. Evans, R. Valentine, G. Smith, R. Schwenninger, C. Twigg, J. Menges, C. Murray, C. Cooper, and J. Reuschel present a corsage to Miss Jean Bowen, sophomore class adviser. llth GRADE-H.R. 205, Mr. Willard Burchard-Row I: J. N-oel, C. Mull, B. Buser, S. Blume, P. Cross. Row II: M. Lewis, E. Middleton, J. lVICGinn, A. Ault. Row III: R. Miller, J. Hamilton, R. Evans, S. Shambaugh, C, Ralston. Row IV: C, Holmes, R. Horwath, R. Parks, J. Rolbey. Row V: R. Cook, C. Allee, P. Dill, L. Wilson, C. Clark.'Row VI: R, Smith, K. Berry, J. Rice, Ci, Brown. Row VII: J. Smith, S. Spooler, R. Davis, J. Friend, J. Hillegas. Row VIII: G. Shipway, J. Malone, C, Hyde, T. Lower, F. White. Getting in the mood for the Turkey Day Game at the an- nual bon-firc are Bob lVIcCaughey, Ed Ayres and Jim Leith. 76 AWK. up as-1, llth GRADE-H.R. 105, Mr. Robert Bigler-Row I: P. Westfall, B. Kimes, A. Thompson, C. Fisher, K, Somers. Row II: B. Miller, W. Long, M. Lantz, P. Davis. Row III: C. Murray, J, Reuschel, B. Seiler, D. Cooper, B. Hinkle. Row IV: C. McKinley, D. Helmick, W. Rice, C. Algieri. Row V: Y. Stutzman, S. Weigand, N. Weese, L. Hanifin, M. Ball. Row VI: G. Singleton, D. Norris, L. Rowan, R. Getz, Row VII: G. Itnyre, D. Clem, R. Parsons, J. Malachawski, M. Williams. Row VIII: J. Cain, R. Dolan, H. Bosley. Row IX: K. Mingle. Our congratulations go to Dave Howser and, Shirley Stickley for being elected the most courteous boy 'and girl of the tenth grade, and to Carolyn Cooper and Delbert Helmick, llth graders. llth GRADE-H.R. 102, Mr. Alfred Fritz-Row I: L. Mc- Michael, S. Billmyer, C. Miller, N. Montgomery, L. Rowe. Row II: W. Sisk, P. Trost, W. Shanholtz, K. Twigg. Row III: J. Corrigan, M. Cline, C. Kissner, D. Buckley, C. Hennen. Row IV: DW- L0-WYCT, H. Boyd, J. Hoover, Norris. Row V: M. Richard, C. Callis, S. Meyers, B. Johnson, T. Refx- roads. Row VI: R. Godlove, R. Peck, W. Seiler, E. Twigg. Row VII: R. Stevens, R. Volk, R. Snyder. Looking through a program for the Turkey Day Game: are Janie Metz, Terry Bishop and Ed Ayers, 11th GRADE-H.R. 133, Miss Edwena Kraus-Row I: B. Johns-on, C. Gregg, N. Valentine, G. Logue, V. Annon. Row II: P. Higgs, I. Flannagan, B. Emerick, A. Siebel. Row III: M. Wigfield, F. Wheeler, B. Hansell, J. Spence, B. Swan. Row IV: A. Zeimbower, C, Weimer, J. Menges, B. Carbaugh. Row V: J. Brant, D. Kirby, V. O'Neal, B. Hout, T. Ricker. Row VI: G. Cousins, E, Reynolds, G. Bartik, P. Shannon. Row VII: D. Athey, C. Skidmore, L, Rowley, G. Miller, J. Murphy. Row VIII: C. Andrews, D. Morgan, D. Perdew, L. Burcaw. The Sentinel "The News Shui! Mak: You Free" Published Fifteen Times During the School Year oy the Students of Fort S-Iill High School, Cum- berland, Maryland. One Year - - 81.50 J' If gif! , . Q, , L u' :if f A A member of the Colum- bia Scholastic Press As- sociation of Columbia University, Maryland Scholastic Press Asso- ciation, and Southern In- terscholastic Press As- sociation. Though supervised by the journalism department, ' this paper is written entirely by the students. 1959 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Medalist Winneg 1959 All-Columbian Honors for Headlines 1959 Maryland Scholastic Press Association Winner for Best Overall Jr.-Sr. High School Newspaper 1959 Southern Interscholastic Press Association First Place Winner 1959 Freedoms Foundation Award for Editorials ADVISOR ---- Mary M. Calemine EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ---- Diane Hill NEWS STAFF Darlene Browne, Pat Hammersmith, Sandra Lantz, Diane Robinson, Carole Brown, Virginia Magruder, Marjorie Johnson, Linda McMichael, Bill Dickinson, Maria Freno, Carolee Kissner, Lana Waite PHOTOGRAPHERS - Danny Bender, Kenneth Freeland ASSOCIATE FEATURE EDITORS - Norma Parks FEATURE STAFF Brenda Frantz, Nancy Huff, Lydiann Starkey, Jeanne Leasure, Bonnie Miller, Bonnie Carbaugh ASSOCIATE SPORTS EDITORS - Carol Crabtree Kathryn Skitarelic SPORTS STAFF - - - Bonnie McClellan BUSINESS MANAGERS - Tom Garland, Lydiann Starkey COPYREADERS and EDITORIAL WRITERS - Diane Hill Roseann Weber, Kathryn Skitarelic EXCHANGE MANAGERS - - Darlene Brownem , Pat Hammersmithe Roseann Weber Compiling highlights of important stor- ies for the "SENTINEL" is the NEWS STAFF. Row I: D. Hill, S. Lantz, D. Brown, C. Brown. Row II: D. Robin- son, P. Hammersmith, L. McMichael, V, Magruder, C. Kissner. Row Ill: L. Waite, B. Dickinson, M. Johnson. 78 Under the direction of Miss Mary Calemine, advisor, and Diane Hill, ed- itor, the MSENTINELW STAFF com- piles information for the paper which is published each month. FEATURE STAFF - Under the leadership of Norma Parks, ed- itor, the Feature Staff adds hu- mor to the second page. Row I: L. Starkey, N. Parks, J. Leas- urc. Row ll: B. Frantz, N. Huff, B. Miller. Row III: B. Car- baugh, R. Weber. Members of the JUNIOR TOWN MEETING observe and dicuss problems of the modern age. Row I: L. Smith, J. Menges, G Francis, M. Cutshall. Row II: M. Turk, S. Sonner, G. Hout, J. Snoots, M. Sisk, S. Sulser, C. Hyde, C. Crabtree, D. Robinson, R Bonner, J. Berry, Miss Nellie Willison adviser. Row III: C. Ranker, M. Lewis, B. Swan, S. Stickley, P. Huffman, C. Huff, E BurleY, J. Bishop, M. Rice, D. Perry, J. Mitchell. Row IV: T. Garland, B. DelaGrange, B. Dicken, C. Flora, P. Mullaney, L. Waite, D, Wentling, J. Carnell, C. Marvin, M. Landis, P. Drier. Row V: R. White, R. Getz, B. Dickinson, J. Parks, T. Dean, M. Miller, S. Lapp, C. Smith, Row VI: J. Appel, G. Crabtree, B. Burgess, G. Shipway, A. Robey, E. Barnes, D. Lewis. cc 77 ' 'f ol OLUQIA5 I1 lffll Q Editing tho senior class SCRAPBOOK is Barbara Alexander, under the direction of Miss Geraldine Pritchard. Through this Reporting the highlights of Fort Hill to the community is book, the seniors recall many memorable events. Ronald Growden, TEEN PAGE EDITOR. 80 Her Majesty Fern Brisson. 64 77 Oyd Habit? Her majesty, the lovely Queen Fern, and twelve fair princesses were the main feature of the May Day Festivities. These celestial beauties were se- lected by Fort Hill students in the annual Student Council election. MAY QUEEN AND COURT-Row I: Delores Sheetz, seventh gradeg Mary Louise Prospt, eighth gradeg Becky Topper, eighth gradeg Celeste Smith, seventh grades. Row ll: Judy Wolfe, ninth gradeg Betsy Cornwell, tenth gradeg Sandy Simpson, tenth gradeg Jackie Bland, ninth grade. Row III: Carol Murray, eleventh gradeg Patty Phillips, twelfth gradeg Fern Brisson, queeng Brenda Frantz, twelfth gradeg Diana Cooper, eleventh grade. Elected te represent the Class ef 1960 as the MOST HU, Jane Metz and John Painter were selected to represent the MOROUS were Patricia Potts and Richard Grapes. senior class as the MOST ATTRACTIVE Boy and Girl. e aa! d ,, Senior class members have chosen Robert Mertens and Kath- Representing- the Senior Class as MOST ATHLETIC were lcen Kiiffner as the MOST STUDIOUS of the class. Barbara Smlth and Fred Joyce' 82 :1Q-. , 1, ,- ', vs, 'ii' ..f,.-ff:-f.f12.:fff'1.m:1.,.: 2-+Fsssfg5l2f2:Hfef4sxePnsi,w+1-fIf Liu, ' BASEBALL SQUAD-Row I: D. Lewis, C. Puffenburger, G. Shipway, K. Kean, R. Parsons, J. Hamon, J. Rice, J. Kline. Row II: Coach "Bobby" Cavanaugh, R. Robinnette, manager, J. Price, A. Tyler, J. DelaGrange, R. Mangus, H. Bosley, D. Merrill, J. Wagner, Melvin Ninas practices for the big manager. game. , A- V Q , -. - r QQ I 7 J . 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M 1:1m1'111fgi- - " ,, 1 f-fi 1 in 1-'f 5 9 W e fsiiiffil ihfif A ig i !iH.1wWw1i1155111f 1 X MEL fi i U-.. wg 1 if 1 K W' 'sifig m1fK"z'5f"wt.f rin ' 5 i 2515512 L1 Nw N N 3 Mx QE 'Ig RI 6 ii is W 1 I! ' Lt" M an S if Q-1.5, ., 1 ,.., 1, ,,, I There goes a hard drive " ' 1-QW I i1-W5'iQiif4if4 i1 '1 mi M il . 1 1- 11 'L 1 Viv' LW1 11 1 x J A M' ILIIIIff,,, iiwi 'WQX5nii'fi17f5"W'5W 1 1 11-1w'Wff!w:8QEHLH1Q!141Wwxiilisvsiiiiimsifi 2,f hiii5ififif71 4 I 13 s ti, 53 M 1. -1 .1 . 1-11f,,, rf'f'1Q'f,N. V. .1 ?Mw,,i 1mIIX 11, 1151 ,WIKI I ,,IW1I Ijlig I I I W1 3253 iii, i 1 ,mv 1 1 1, MW-H, 1 A , ,if,-.fairs , 1 ,, . 11. 'f11...1 M 1f',fV' ,LW?7Yi'iifiiffi?3.1.LsI11i'.1 L' 1 . xii: A "inei32ri11r2.i Tag? fw 1wfii1f11gg5rii1'zf . 1 ,,1xg,55q1gf1g,1gif11fi12,'y1,g11q1, I51I,,,IQI3,gg,,,5,g1.1 . 1 .-11:1bmwqf111msigis1,gi1,411' ir' P x M1111 I ' mas11mm' gi VARSITY TRACK TEAM - Row I: C. Robinson, L. Miller, L. Henry, D. Webster, T. Davis, B Koerner C Cosgroves R Rom ley, F. Grim. Row II: F. Robinson, R. Keller, F. Joyce, J. Bell, M. Hast, D. Howser, B. Hahn M Zembower D Clem D Peck. Row III: Coach Hahn, D. Mower, J. Lowery, P. Greene, B. Colbert, B. Shewbridge, L. Kelley L McKay L ,,-l.. D-... TKT. Y 11,11 .. ll, .. J.V. TRACK TEAM - Row I: J. Lowery, J. Hamilton, J. Bell, J. King, P. Green, C. Oster, B Sheetz D Howser L Kelley .I Smith. Row II: G. Athey, J. DiNic0la, D, Pick, A. Petinbrink, B. Calbert, R. Manges, R. White, L McKay D Mower Row III Coach Hahn, B. Marker, J. DiNicola, R, Peck, F. Hammersmith, B. Twigg, R. Valentine, B. Grant B Light E Norris .I Keller lf! j'acL MCOF6! the shot put COUNTY MEET Fort Hill Allegany Beall DUAL MEET Fort Hill Allegany TRI-ANGULAR MEET Fort Hill S. Hagerstown Martinsburg C.V.A.L. 1959 Fort Hill Frederick N. Hagerstown 11195 47 2195 10095 3995 91 52 33 7655. 46 4325 FORT HILL INVITATIONAL Fort Hill 64M Montgomery Blair 61M N. 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BOWLING CLUB Rou,I S Athey Treasurer L Hanifin Qecretary Row II M Richards M Grimm M Freno Row III M Landis S Wade S McDonald T Coyle Mr John Reed adviser Row IV T Cow R Bible E Reynolds N Turner Mcrwin Hast, Winner of County Cross Country competition. 87 . r' 'vga' 1 ' ,.,Hf?Nffygfig3, VMIQ , yu ,, if iii 'x ,Q .-14--', .mn ,.- ., ' . . it 13??XicxEii1-,ffa.i5i-it? ,,- f :J-af-w W 1 ,Q ' vff' . 'l I A -' , 'fa iff - va ,,,. IM.. 3, 5 f - f ,..e 'ms ' V ' 4. 41317 , . L4-' t ,K .tg -, -i f 'ga M . ia!! '-W, ' 1' 'fl' '3 f it ,vvfxif Q - .M ..,1 Q I 'eg ', 1, - V 2,5 1 V N i 2:53 R5 'sf ' " . 4-if . Gradual! 2714 Graduation Day is here at last! The seniors have finally reached the long awaited day when - ,'f1a.,. ,. their lives at Fort Hill are completed. The small disappointments are forgotten as we remember W-fgggwaf' the joys of achievements and the happiness of be- ,,. 1. iw, Mffffffvei 'wwf' F' ,p5ig5f3:55'V,gtqgiklggggtxggfnt ing a part of a wonderful class. 1 vfittlwiw '1 -we if iLL'7,i.ffQf"5-fff5if1flff?ip"5. ai., an , , in , ,,. n ' ' -'W f' ' f.f:.f V. J -T ,k2t'V- " ' VW 'lm . fr Y' QR. :f , 'N' ,- . ' fwfJJ4+iA?vQeQ1JKyeQfwiawwwismaeifwfliicffsfwl21?fPf?zf?t4':5-,f-'Nr ...axial Tziff ' 4 lr' i ,F l , it nr fl y 1-4 WW: Ouffifan ing A sparkling personality, an exceptional school record, and the ability for leadership are the traits which qualify Kathleen Kiiffner to be chosen as Outstanding Girl of the Sabre for 1960. The Sabre wishes success to a truly outstanding girl. I .T.jfTf:iii? :EEQ:ff?7f2TTEtfi?i:f' 2 21:12 rdyr o r rr y.yyryr. o . ff .,,- mf1W'i ifq"m . r 4,.W3w,wfs,.4,:-2, WWMM .., , . ., , rw, -1 ' Wyiwnw my .js Nqgzrwhwfyvw ' 0ll,f6fal'l6kI'lg, Og An example of good leadership, of fine char- acter, and of an outstanding athlete is found in Frank Robinson, who is the choice for Outstand- ing Boy for the 1960 Sabre. To a ve1'y deserv- ing senior, the Sabre wishes a successful future. 'EA 1, ..,: a :.:: - .,- Q me fx.. 'E 1 ,rf :::,g.s: sw: . .r., sa me .syenior ounci! Row I: Nancy Huff, Bonnie Keller, Brenda Frantz, Patricia Phillips. Row II: Patricia Blacklin, Sondra Sulser, Lydiann Starkey, Carolyn Stevenson. Row Ili: Michael Wanda, James White. The Senior Section ls In Memoriam To . . . "And they came to their heritage - The peace of God and eternal lifef' Carol Cox and Robert Flora, two of our class- mates, met untimely deaths. Our grief is lessened by the true belief that in finding eternal rest our friends have found the beauty and the strength and the promise of our Father for immortal life. 91 Row I: Nancy Huff, Presidentg Bonnie Keller, Vice Presidentg Brenda Frantz, Secretaryg Patricia Phillips, Treasurer. Row II: Mr. Carl Ritchie, 'Miss Kathleen Cumbee, and Mr. .lohn Reed, Advisers. jhe .jwhgheaf mural' jar ang joif .95 Wai Mjhaf ,fue golf: jar .96 gui mal .jsle gecomeo gy jf. NANCY VIRGINIA Hurr Commercial BRENDA JOYCE FRANTZ CUmm6fCi41l Class President 2,43 Student Council, President lg Tri Hi Y 1.2,3g Cheerleader 1,2,3,4g Ushers l,2,3,4g Sentinel 3,49 Library Club lg Glee Club lg May Day 3,4g May Court 1,25 Jr. Town Meeting 2g Sweetheart Queen Attendant 2g Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Prom Committee 3. "Character is the real foundation of all worthwhile successf, BONNIE JEANEEN KELLER Commercial Class Vice President 2,3,4g Student Council l,4g Ushers 2,3,4g Thespians 43 F.H. Players 35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Choir 2g Tri Hi Y l,2,3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4-. "The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeedf, Nancy Huff Bonnie Keller Class Secretary 2,3,4g Sentinel 5,4g Ushers l,2,3,4g Tri Hi Y 2,33 May Court 3,43 Scribes 45 F.H. Players 3g Thespians 4, Jr. Town Meeting 2,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Play Tourna- ments 2g Glee Club lg Library Club lg Football Queen At- tendant 4. HA girl with a smile is a girl worthwhile." PATRICIA ANN PHILLIPS Academic Class Treasurer 2,3,4: Cheerleader 1,2,3,4g May Court 2,4g Prom Committees l,2,3,4g Ushers 1,2,3g Sabre 3, Sports Editor 4, Li- brary Club lg Student Council 25 Tri Hi Y 2,33 Farewell As- semblies 3,4. "The eurnestness of life is the only passporfto the satisfaction of lifef' Brenda Frantz Patricia Phillips N Si Hssivksaewor'lv-hsifesrf-5:.,.-asv, or few - In measles ,sam-I-at , ' f -'fzsi3fS11'faf,s,lf6 -,timfit?.stElf:2,-,.iiir2'.ffri1kfIe E, 951-'mimi Charles Abell Marsha Adams Charles Albright CHARLES WILLIAM ALERIGHT General Jr. Town Meeting. "All who know him like him." CHARLES STANLEY ABELL General Football 2,35 Baseball 3,45 Hi Y 4. "Laugh and the world laughs with you." BARBARA LEE ALEXANDER Academic Glee Club l,2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Sabre 3, Art Editor 45 Scrapbook Editor 45 Scribes, Art Editor 45 Prom Committees 2,3,45 Student Council 1,25 Farewell Assembly 45 May Day 4. "Both music and painting add a spirit to devotion, and elevate MARSI-IA ANN ADAMS Commercial her repumlioniii Ushers 1,2,3,45 Library Club 15 Glee Club Accompanist lg Sabre 2, Underclass Editor 3, Co-editor 45 Student Council, Vice President 3, President 45 May Day 253,45 Farewell As- semblies 3,45 Football Queen 4. "The surest way not In fail is to determine to succeed." ROBERT WILLIAM ANDREWS Commercial Band l,2,3,45 Dance Band 3,4. l'Silence is more musical than any song. ssl 8 - Joi-IN WAYNE APPEL General XEX5:-glfifimft xfl i ll it 4 l S lit ji5l52t31fliEi5Qli3ljggii,ijtiQllif 1- 'V 5 Student Council, Senate 45 Choir 253,45 Clee Club l,2,3,4-5 May 5 Day 2,3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Jr. Town fi . iifiii fif Meeting 2.3.4- ' 1 "L vu 12 Ii' ' dz' ' F , ang M we is fum mess RAYMOND JAMEs ATHEY General ,.il,f55ff-fQ ,'fi2E2f l2QfgS Q,5i Q Projection Crew 1,45 Bowling Club 1,2,3,4. 1-ef, fsvggg ,.f. "-':ig,y, ii,,i,y5i if - N , , , , flffi-iii .". ,,.' V Silence is a vital atmosphere' g'i Ki2eig,L,5xi2L,:5:.,WiiAg,52557. l5f,M5ii1',P if A iiigf Pi ig Llfziffi ,,EQJ5.3iQi,,-I5,efgfl5ililllttitilflffiiifilltiwlililliii Band 15 Jr. Town Meeting, Co-ordinating Council 45 Farewell -!ii2ii.i! t1:2f'-'i'- ,,., fffeitiirl:,,if1iEiA7fa,5fiftifpifll' A bl 4 Agsfem y I - d h b h EDWARD FRANCIS AYERs General '. 5, 515155153242VE-i,Q.5jig'Ef:,j?5,ri,'iQEQii.iMyilfiffgit " iencc is a true jrien t at never etrays 87.3 Band 1,25 Football Manager 5,45 Basketball Manager l,2,35 Jr. , Town Meeting. . J iii,--ijjfj fli is FifQflfilafiiifiilfglil565555 "Happy and folly is he." 'il' i -,ri iirtqfii 2vliigliiiiiigfigfEL5lgii5til3iite i-if Hf ti-if ti - I , -fggiiffigggmgreiW,Eiggggsliiiggifgfggaeniljl DDLORES GALE ARBOGAST Commercial Tri Hi Y 4: Basketball Ii Scribes, Assistant Art Editor 4g . 5.57 fVfgi5i,'3lii'gi5.55l'iffiE,1Qg9iiiifftf- Mimeograpb Staff 45 Jr. Town Meetingg Farewell Assemblies oy w,ii.Miig, i,i,.fi5mii,!5 . 3-41 May Day 3144 PM Commmeei 213,4- "Gaiety in life is the medicine for all." John Appel Norma Apple Dolores Arbogast Raymond Athey ' l 93 i JF in . , ,,.. ,...,...,, ......,. , M ..M.,,....W MIA .i....iW.W ,-,M W MWA M ,.. mm s... .,.iiifi..wii.imiiiM,iss 1,...-s-.m,-- --Lumix .'.i:f.iiii.-ire: is-'siif.:.ii::. fi M . ii? 5 .. lllsfiillfill iii i P, .if it il? "7" 'if f :iw ,A ggi E . . ,feiagfmfifggilgrmpmf iii if Jill' 1.5 fi Zi ' Sig iZiIi,iSf if .gi . . i 5'iWE'llli5'iilti F5if'gifziiWi'?i1i' 'ii U UKQMfmit.,-im iqggifsrg,,mgmifgim ,I Est 1 .1 ,ii .411 .R fiiill .V 55 4, liltigfi .ikiifiiillliigi i2?ii!,5ftit,5i at z sei mi i tm, 1, iifigit ,-sigh, .mis iii tiigffilsstt "iii,2s35A ,, 'fsfgtfilliiii we we ,ir KN iglflrwiiriii 9liit't5fii if W , , i.f, w.,is...z. 7 ifiiliiiiisei 'fgg'isifi"ilill Zifiiiff ll. lilly, K fi Y 5 liiligiillnlggi 'il if F il ii 5 ' 1, f'f',, Q A :ra wt - 'I ..ii :ESU "i:: will '5 E V ll: gli- Ruth Bailey Joseph Bearinger Martin Beck .lo Anne Berry David Baldwin Carter Banks, Jr. Edgar Barnes RUTH EILEEN BAILEY Commercial CARTER EDWARD BANKS, JR. General Glee Club lg Basketball 1,2,3,4g Volleyball 1,2,3,4. Jr. Town Meeting. "Speech is great, but silence is greater." "Silence is a true friend that never betrays hint." DAVID WILLIAM BALDWIN Academic EDCAR LEROY BARNEs Commercial Canvas Crew 1: Band 1,25 Football 35 Track 1,25 Basketball Jr. Town Meeting 3, Co-urdinating Council 45 Farewell Assem- 1,2,3,4q Cross Country 45 Scribes 45 Student Council 49 Fare- blies 3,49 Hi Y 3,44 Mimeograph Staff 4-. well Assembly 4- "I make the most out of all that comes." "What is life without variety." Joseen RALPH BEARINGER General MARTIN JAMES Beck Academic Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Hi Y 45 Basketball 1,2g Farewell Hi Y 4. A55eml7'lY 4' "A good man is the best friend." "Good nature is a priceless treasure." Jo ANNE BERRY General CHARLES ANDREW BENNETT Vocational Glee Club 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4g Class Representative 3. Glee Club lg Cafeteria 1,2,3,4. "A good deed is never lost." "Learn to do by doing." JERRY PAUL BELL Academic JANET RAE BENNETT General Football l,2,3,4-5 Track 1,2,3,4g Student Council 23 Farewell As- Monitors 1,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting. fembly 4' "For she is just the quiet kind: whose nature never changes." "The most essential thing for happiness is the gift of friendship." .lefty Bell Charles Bennett Janet Bennett .lohn Bennett Jean Bird JoI-IN Bnuce BENNETT Academic Band 1,2,3,4g N.H.S. 3,45 Scribes, Editor 4. "A .superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions." JEAN Lomsi: BIRD General Student Council 1,2,3,4g May Court 1, "I have a heart with room for every joy." Temw AI.oNvo Bisuor General Jr. Town Meeting, "He that is of a merry heart hath a continual feast," llrlADELYN Hors BLONSKEY Academic Science Club 45 Tri Hi Y 2,3,4, "Mo1iesty is the color of virtue." Rrcmtno Leo BLUIIAIII-,I-I General Jr. Town Meeting. "Silence is the vital atmosphere in which friendship thrives," Madelyn Blonskey Richard Blubaugh Charles Boho I Marjorie Bird Frank Bishop MARJORIE JEAN Bum General Student Council 1,2,3,4. "As sweet and gentle as the month of May." FRANKLIN JAMES BIsI-Im' General lr. Town Meeting. "A little nonsense naw and then is good for the soul." PATRICIA ANN BLACKLIN Academic Band 14 Jr. Town Meeting 2,4g Office 2g Tri Hi Y 1,2,3.4g Ushers 1,2, Secretary 3, Vice President 44 Sr. Council 45 Prom Committees 2,3,4-5 Student Council 4: Sabre 3,45 Farewell As- sembly 4. "lf you want a true friend, here is one." CI-IAIzI.I:s Rosen Bono Commercial Cafeteria l,2. "Men of few words are the best men." KENNETH Ltzsrnn Boccs General Football 1,2,5,4-5 Track 1,2,3,4-5 Basketball 2. ' "He is a quiet person who accomplishes much." 'E 7. Mary Bone Ramona Bonner Anita Bosley James Bowman MARY ELIZABETH BONE Commercial Basketball 1,23 F.H. Players 3,45 Thespians 45 Scribes 45 Sabre 45 May Day 43 Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 3. "A good laugh is the sunshine in the world." ANITA DONNA MAE BOSLEY General Jr. Town Meeting. "A joyous laugh comes from a joyous heart." RAMONA MAE BONNER General lr. Town Meeting: Cafeteria l,2,3,4. "The unspoken word never does harm." JAMES WILLIADI BOWMAN Academic Choir 2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4g May Day 2g Boys Ensemble 1,2,3.4g Mixed Ensemble 3,43 All-county Chorus 2,3,4-3 All-state Chorus 4. "Live and make others happy." ' Liorn Evrznsrr Borsa Vocational Stage Crew 1 2 3 4. L I Q , , , loyd Boyer "Silence is more eloquent than words." Virginia Brewer Vmc1NxA LEE Bmzwen Academic Q Library Club 1,2,3,4g Tri Hi Y lg Jr. Town Meeting. Q i'To a young heart, everything is fun." BARBARA ANN BRINKMAN Academic Library Club 3g Jr. Town Meeting. "A girl who has a good cheer for all." NANCY SHARON Baooics Academic Science Club 4. "Jolly and gay, happy and true." FERN AMELIA BRISSON Academic Sabre 3, Activities Editor 43 Tri Hi Y 3, Secretary 4g Student K. Council 45 Farewell Assembly 33 'Sweetheart Queen Attendant 35 May Queen 4. "Her glowing smile and friendliness are equal to her charming personality." lhlARTHA ANN BKOOME Academic Jr. Town Meetingg Library Club lg May Day 3,4. is 'iLife is too short to waste." 3 l I Barbara Brinkman Fern Brisson Nancy Brooks Martha Broome 22 8 9 R 5 i i G is t l .5 E 55 P l 96 I .Mini m , more .arswearassamnssssieiiismta-uname, ,saws.-.esmgygwtwziiezf...i.tu..n.Qis Qigeisewwsrosueasnlaminate ..: -- .ti . . N P Carole Brown Lily Brown CAROLE ANN BROWN Academic C-lee Club lg Cheerleader lg Prom Committee 25 Sentinel 3,45 Sabre, Literary Editor 45 Tri Hi Y 3,4. Kindness is the golden key that unlocks' the heart." LILY ANN BROWN General Glee Club l,2,3g Tri Hi Y 3,43 Jr. Town Meetings Choir 3,45 Monitors 2,3,4q Farewell Assemblies 3,4-, 'Good nature is a priceless treasure." Sherry Chaney SHERRY ROXANNE CHANEY Glen Club 1,2,3. FRA NCES MARLENE CLARK James Dixon CLAYTON Jr. Town Meeting. Frances Clark James Clayton .Ianet Browne JANET DARLENE BROWNE Academic Thespians 3,4-g F.H. Players 3,43 Make-up Chairman for Play Tournaments 3g Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Sentinel 3, Exchange Manager 45 Glee Club 1,2g Ushers 2,3,4g Tri Hi Y 3,45 Prom Committee 3. "Laughter and friends are always at her side." ANNA MAY Buanocic General Monitors l. "Silence is virtue." WILLIADI CHAPIN Business General Science Club 1,45 Basketball 1,23 Football lg Bowling Club 115 Jr. Town Meeting 4: Cross Country 43 Hi Y 3,45 Farewell Assembly 43 Track 1,4. "Carefree as the day is long." "A smile is the whisper ol rt laugh." Academic JANET SUE CLINGAN H.R. Assembly 3,45 Farewell Assembly "Fair words never hurt the tongue." Academic - Choir 2,3, President 45 Glee Clutb l,2,3,4g Ushers l,2,3, President 4g Student Council 1,2,3, Senate 43 F.l-I. Players 3,43 Thespians 4g Scribes 45 Play Tournaments 2,3, Director 44 Prom Commit- tee Chairman 2g Tri Hi Y 2,3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4-. "A winner never quits, and a quitter never wins." BETTY CATHERINE CoNNi:Rs Farewell Assembly 4g Jr. Town Meeting. "A soft answer turueth away wrath." Vocational "A good character sliiues like u candle in a rlark night." Janet Clingan A nna Burclock William Burgess Commercial 3, Jr. Town Meeting. C ammercial Betty Conners Jacqueline Corbin Carol Crabtree Philip Crass Judith Crone JACQUELINE RAE Connm General Jr. Town Meetingg Projection Crew 15 Library Club 2. "Carefree as the day is long." CAROL IRENE CRABTREE Academic Student Council 25 Jr. Town Meeting 2, Co-ordinating Council 4g F.H. Players 3,43 Thespians 4g Sentinel 1,2,3. Sports Editor 45 Prom Committees 2,3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Tri Hi Y 2,3,4. "A friendly heart is the truest wisdom." P1-nur Vi:nNoN CRASS Commercial Student Council, Senate 4. "Be merry and gay, youth comes but oncc in a lifetime." LAWRENCE Enuorr Cnorr Academic Band 2,3,4g Hi Y 2,3,4g Science Club 4. "It takes two to speak the truth - one to speak and one la listen." MARY ELLEN Cnowrls Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. "That is good which doeth good." Cary Crabtree Donald Cranford GARY ALSTON CRABTREE General Bowling 2,3,4g Hi Y 44 Farewell Assembly 4g May Day 45 Bowling Club 2,3,4-g Hi Y 43 Farewell Assembly 4g May Dayg "lf work interferes with good times, quit work." DONALD Lenox' CRANFORD General .lr. Town Meeting. "Variety is the spice of life." Jumm MARIE Ckowc Academic Jr. Town Meeting. "The heart has eyes the brain knows nothing off, THoMAssNc Run-t Cnovu: General Bowling Club 4: Prom Committees 3,4-g Jr. Town Meeting. "Happy as the day is long? MARJORIE Lm: Cursr-mu. Commercial Library Club lg Clee Club lg Office 35 Student Council 1,23 Tri Hi Y 3,43 Tootsie Queen 33 Jr. Town Meeting, Secre- tary 3, President 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 H.R. Assembly 43 Prom Committees 3,4g May Day 4. "Common sense is an uncommon degree which the world calls wisrlornf' Lawrence Cropp Mary Crnwfis Thomasene Croyle M31'l01'iF Clllshall as my mi will .- . :fn wffazallef, ,."w5:'2 -it , wi .V 5135351 7 i.22,2:t.?fa?.sKzf:t fgii.2sis5ii3g5gr ' "l.g'L,if1fie , Ls 'ff'rs?fi?9g525tg . . Wiki : fi, Y W5 - mia, vs r ' 4 4 zirjizfllistsiir f ,, r:,f.i.fii .ll is 4 .13 5 1- 3 will mg, ,t im, , , e.,,...,. W.. ,... wi . ,, sv, ,,,, tt .t ,W sz J if f. it Carol Davis Gary Davis Carol Day Rose Del Busso CARQL JEAN DAv15 Commercial CAROL LAvoNNi: DAY Commercial Sabre 2,3, Co-editor 45 Sentinel 2,3,4-5 Ushers 2,3,4g Tri Hi Y 3. 5333: glvb 13 'gfi Y IEQZAE IgiSl05?nB15- Studi? COUHZH V V ,, .r . - n , , , ecretary ' s ers 5 a re usmess anager g s -V.2j,5i,Q,..,,Vk5,f1,k A happy smile makes many friends' May Day 2,3,4g l'rom Cominittees 2,3,4g, Farewell Assembly 4, "A shining star not in llie sky." 3g,:25F.gii 7 'D Yfilwsf 'Q . tigligfmw .sl r ' Sigh . ii' guy KENT DM-,S General Rose Mmm-1 DEL Busso Academic K fl H xiii., .57 Hi Y 3,4g F.H. Players 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Thespians Cafefefili 13- Ii , g gi Z-fm? 53,2 45 Prom Committee 33 May Day 3,45 Glee Club 1,23 Md. NA charming sweet smile." 1- Thespian Conference, "Ile" 43 Play Tournaments 23 Jr. Town 3:1 fffggsf Meeting, Co-ordinating Council 4. 5 - Q ' "Happy and jolly is hef, -W iliilf , ' if. "QV 9 - 'f 1 X 2 "t' Vt if RQNALD FRANCIS DETER Ggngml JOHN ABRAHAM DE VORE C0l11rll9fCil1l Ronald Deter jr, Town Meeling, Jr. Town Meeting. "Suit ghg at-lion go lhg wp,-dj' "Love life and gaiety and you will live well." John De V075 SALLY ANN DICKEN Academic PAULETTE EUZABETH DIVELBISS Commercial one Club ig Library Club 1,2, Secretary s,4. Tri Hi Y S: Cashier 2,3. "Be merry and gayg youth comes but once in a lifetime." HA kind heaffefl Sifl-H JOSEPH CHARLES DINICOLA Vocational MARY VIRGINIA DOLAN Commercial Football 3,43 Track 2,3,4. "Kindness is wisdom in itself." Sally Dicken Joseph Di Nic Bookroom 45 F.H. Players 43 May Day 45 Farewell Assembly 11-. "Make everyday the best yolive lived." Ola Paulette Divelhiss Mary Dolan s l Patricia Dreyer Ronald Emerick KENNETH LEEDY EVANS Hi Y 45 Science Club 4. "Long will live his friendliness." MYIIL RICHARD Evsivs Monitors 2,3,4, "A light heart lives long." Kenneth Evans lvan Durst PATRICIA LOUISE DIIEYEI: Jr, Town Meeting. Betty Elliott "Seek to be good, but aim not to be grealf' IVAN TERRY DUnsT Jr. Town Meeting, "Always joking and laughing." RONALD LEROY EMERICK Jr. Town Meeting, "That is good which doeth good." General General Genera! BETTY ANN ELLIOTT lr. Town Meeting. "A pleasant smile makes many friends." General RICHARD AUSTIN EMEIIICK Jr. Town Meeting. "A merry heart goes all the day." General DONNA MARIE ENSMINGER Academic Glee Club l,3,4g F.H. Players 3,4g Prom Committees 2,39 May Day 3,45 Thespians 4g Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Tri Hi Y lg Jr. Town Meeting 1,2,3, Co-ordinating Council IL. "Efficient in her project, shining in her soul." EUGENE WILLIAM EVERETT Vocational Stage Crew 2,3,4. "His twin is friendshipfs PEARL IRENE EYLER Commercial Library Club l,2,3g Tri Hi Y l,2,3g Prom Committees 2,3g Fare- well Assemblies 3,4g Cashier 3,4-. "Her heart is like a singing bird." Richard Emerick Commercial General Donna Ensminger Myrl Evans Eugene Everett Pearl Eyler James Feagles .lures HOWARD I-'zAcLcs Jr, Town Meeting. "The temple af our purest ,lov ANNE FELTZ F.l-I. Players 4. J,-,y Feliz Donna Fisher Michael Fogtman DONNA RAE Fxsncn Library Club 25 Office 33 Glee Club lg Stenciler 45 Farewell Assembly 43 lr. Town Meeting. ,jmdemif h'Sl1e who can at all times sacrifice pleasure to duty, approaches sublimityf' though ts is silence." MICHAEL Josnrn FOGTMAN Band 1.2.33 Student Council 1,33 Hi Y 4: Baseball 3,43 Basket- , tau 21 "No care beyond lodayf, General "Be merry and gay, youth comes but ance in u lifetime." Delbert Gable David Garland RALPH Joscvr-1 FULK Band l. "ll is the wise head that mak DELBI-:RT l..EROY CABLE Gmeml Jr. Town Meeting. "Bc wise, be kind.', DAVID CLARK GARLAND General Student Council 1,25 Jr. Town Meeting 2. "A happy smile makes friends." THOMAS RAYMOND GARLAND Academic sentinel 2,3, Business Manager 43 Clee Club 1,35 Student Coun- cll 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 4g Science Club 25 Farewell As- semblies 3,4-, "Everytime he laughs,- it adds something lo his life." es the slill tongue." Commercial Academic General Ralph Fulk ALBERT Pm: C-Ano, JR. General Band 1,2,3,4g Basketball lg Track lg Hi Y fl-. "A little nonsense now and then is relished by all men." Emucss Ross GILLUM Commercial Glee Club 1,2,3,4g H.R. Assembly 3: Jr. Town Meeting 2,3, C0- ordinating Council 4. "Patience and gentleness is power," Thomas Garland Albert Catto, Jr. Edriess Gillum . . 1 .. ,H , ,, ,,., ,,,,,,L, ,: ,wa f-uw .tassztt ..12.:nL:al- 'ff ...ff .... . X . ,, .. Paul Goetz Juanita Gray Clarence Green Ronald Growden f ff-wt, V:.t,.ag-f'f1'gsLwz'2,-1 . Q A ' atififwts,ffe,it5iiT ' Pre.. - f5'iWfti'f5l ' 5 A ..,l Y iW A 4l . 5 '1' z -I ' ' " Af f-'i.i" Watt T Wi I ill.. f' , - H Erzlizf' ' 5- :FII ' 5 ' ' 522 ii. I at il IW? ,gl f,fsa?.fs:2tt5e5,f,f,i.:1 '- ' ' -f ff elf, 5,g2z.1fi-wfistii -- 51 it ,Z r3s,,.A1.t,,f,fj,555 g-Hg,kg5ggfifg,'iL5'1- 3 ' 9 ' 1- f , fi-Wffifff' ' 7 I- I gi-i s iftfii ft A :ff m iami: lx55"ff1lli9iS'f f ri . "flt2:',, 1-4 2v2'f55If5QQ?i1?, f QI -"ta , 5 -L I V ix, ,. ttmr, ,fgg25g,W5,,,,55,i,l5.VAl.V,t, , -'w t 4 ew?N-first:.',,t,'5g'.,tsl' X .t1:i'i'ii':i'::Ei5'fit., ' isfilw'itflI5s1V2fff't11?fL4 A 'f-lf! till?llilllilltEll5i'1i'fl'1il-ll?ifllilil will st .tfg'f, 5m+ mpg my 1 :tt ' -1 ff -22 SliirisalffgQ?s',li5ll,fM if 1 ati' ,att tim. K.. ff- at et.A.t,f.I,.ot,,wx. ,t lr,--.,..,.t..fa-wtffrim Q,-Wft,,.-,t,.z,ttiag, . ftvmsv iz4?ls4?iE't'r"'-i z szffsgi?t52:'ileI.,g,If'atQ- or - T X ez ,. ' John Goss PAUL WILLIAM GoI:'rz General Bowling Club 2,3. "Men of jew words are the best men." JOHN RALPH Goss General Bowling Club 1,2,3. "I shall always be happy ij l still can laugh." JUANITA VIRGINIA GRAY General Jr. Town Meeting. "Long live her friendliness and gaietyf' RONALD VERNON GROWDEN Academic Choir 2,4, Vice President 35 Ensemble 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,253,145 All-state ChorIIs 3,45 Hi Y 253,45 Thespians 3, President 45 Play Tournaments 2,35 State Play Tournaments 35 May Day 1,3,45 Band Announcer 3,45 Teenpage Editor 45 N.H.S. 3, Vice President 45 Prom Committee 2,35 Farewell Assemblies 3,4. "Sing away sorrow, cast away care." PATRICIA ANN HAMMEKSMITH Academic Tri Hi Y 1, Treasurer 25 Library Club 1,2,3, President 45 Sentinel 2,3,45 F.H. Players 3,45 Thespians 45 Farewell Assem- bly 35 Girls State 3. "Laughter of this girl is among the delightful sounds of the el1rth.'f Patricia Hammersmith CYHIMH HHUSTOW Raymond Graham Richard Grapes RAYMOND FII.Monr: GRAHAM Vocational Projection Crew 152. "Not too sober, not too gay, but a good fellow in every way." RICHARD LEON GRAPES Academic Football 2,3,45 Track 2,35 May Day 43 Hi Y 3, Swimming Team 45 Farewell Assembly 4. "One who loves life and laughter." CLARENCE SI-IENIDAN GREEN General Jr. Town Meeting, "A good man is the best friend? CYNTHIA ANN HANsno'rE Academic Basketball 1,25 Volleyball lg Jr. Town Meeting 25 F,H. Players 3,4g Thespians 3, Treasurer 45 May Day 3,45 Play Tournaments 45 Class Play 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,4. "Laugh and your world will be happy." ANN NAOMI HARDINGEN Academic Band 1,2,3,45 All-county Band 2,3,45 Al1'county Orchestra 2,3,45 Farewell Assembly 3. "Be always merry." Ann Hardinger M Donna Hartley Merwin H3515 III Herbert Hcavner Edwin Hedrick DONNA Les HARTLEY Commercial F.H. Players 35 May Day 3g H.R. Assembly 3,4g Farewell As- sembly 4. "She is just the quiet kind whose nature never changes." Msnwm RAY HAS1' III Academic Track 1,2,3g Cross Country 44 Hi Y, Swimming Team 4. "Quiet and reserved, he has wan a place for himself." Nomvu JUNE Hema General Library Club 1,25 Ushers 1,2. "The smile that won't came off." JOAN KAYLENE Hlmr General Cafeteria 45 lr. Town Meeting: Glee Club 4. "Silence is the perfect herald of jay." DELORES ALEEN HILEMAN General lr. Town Meetingg Library Club 33 Farewell Assembly 4. "Happy are they that are friendly." HERBERT LEROY HEAVNER lr. Town Meeting. "A good heart is worth gold." EDWIN KEITH Hznmcxc Monitors 3,4. "Silence is zz vital atmosphere." HARRY Vicron Hass Glee Club 13 Farewell Assembly 35 Track "He has the gift of talent and wit." Dnvm ALLAN Hire Academic General Academic Academic Band 1,2.3,4g Dance Band 1,2,3,4g All-county Band 2.3,4g May Day l,2,3,4g Hi Y 3,4, S'Nothing great was ever achieved without erithztsiasrrlfl Enwmm DONALD I-Iovcmrr Ir. Town Meeting. "Tis good to be honest and true." General Norma Heier Harry Hess Joan Hiett Delores Hileman David Hile Edward HOPCFSH g,m,,..f5,5H5 - f t.-:wo-.t,,,-.i.., . it -'f ,ef me -t nxt itliilitiityfitgiiiiiitiiii Q, Q W1 t?5fY'll9i?'fiWf '12 U fi '1' if 5 Leo Kennell r, Esel fb r . . 5 5 y1:grr 1' f ' W iff? '4:',L fliii. ' , Q' " i SM Clarence Kean Richard Keller Larry Kelley LARRY ALAN KELLEY Gfneflll Track 1,2,3,4g Hi Y 4. "Virtue is the first lille of nobilityf' CLARENCE BERNARD KEAN Academic Baseball 1,2,3,4g Canvas Crew 2,3g Bowling Club 35 Cross Coun- try 4-5 Glee Club 15 Science Club 2. "He will always be rich if he can still laugh." Leo CLARENCE KENNELL General Library Club 4. "Carefree as the day is lang." KICHAKD ELLSWORTH KELLER General Football 1,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4g Hi Y 3, Swimming Team 4' May Day 2,3g Farewell Assembly 3. "Nat that I love studying less, but I love fun more." 4 KAY BIARY KETTERSIAN Gevlfffll Jr, Town Meeting. "It is not what you say, but how you say it." Russell Kifer General RUSSELL ALBERT KIEER Projection Crew 1,2,3,4-9 Bowling Club 4g Jr. Town Meeting, Co-ordinating Council 3. nillerrily, merrily I live." KATHLEEN ANN ELIZABETH Kill-'FNER Academic Ushers 1,2,3,4g Tri Hi Y 1, Chaplain 2,3, President 45 Student Council 2,35 May Day 35 Farewell Assembly 35 N.H.S. 3, Presi- dent 4-g Choir 2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g Prom Committee Chair- man 2,3g Outstanding Girl. "The heart to conceive, the understanding to direct, and the hand to execute." WILLIABK ALLEN KING Academic Hi Y 3,43 Jr, Town Meeting. "Good nature is the character that wins almost anything? MARY DAWNA LEE KLOSTERMAN Kay Ketterman Commercial Tri Hi Y 35 Library Club 33 Basketball 2g Volleyball 23 Office 2,3. "A happy smile makes many friends." DONNA KAY KOEGEL Library Club 2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3. "For whhout kindness, there is no t rue joy." Academic Kathleen Kiiffncr Wlilliam King Mary Klosterman Donna Koegel Judith Kubes Huston Leath Donna Leighty , .,,.:: . ,. , ,,. , 'f "I--ills-j.'-fires if . . gf 2 5 , . E tis-fries :li V :wig rf sw lg'f5lQi,i.z.'-,f-,.-.- s wr . f--- .- -..5,5:si,.t2i .. A -'gr f" ' u ,A 1 at ,- s... .ml in is -., wi.. asf" .r i is ws. K. , '...J... .. . . . Tl .i.,iil ,,' . ,5- :':si:l-.tife,-"Sa:-- f,-- as . gggrfij ,V . 'jSii'.!,., , ,,1,lg'l', , :'f!i:..,.lf' W"' "' 'Si V ' Tiff gr, ..., . . . ,, ,M in ...,. . iwrws MN, . .:fe.E':, Xffwi., iflfgif Tig , ..e:.i?-ei fgfiw1'f:l+f friim' ir ' ,iNN"N5 fvaiiifegix H ' - . is ,lfsiwisfii 1 mr-:fi i H .as .Q c1f.,,wl, , rf wut, xi.. , . iN.w,fr., W, -.-.e1..,e,,.1. fffjf- 2 '2l3?f2ifs55,"fE. E- ' fi F '2,3,if'f2We-1'urf.ff ,A -...mt-: ago ,,,i.,?Qf.ri if Kf- J f,.if,f.:.:5.ef Q:,1,,wf1wf illmsx'f?:,gli1i.,fi,',g'iglsivffi . , Siifhglgfigfiigs,':.i.i,i1n,ggj isgpgif I ':iriffl'rifiE"e'i,Jiffiini,f.,5egi5"iffl'g A James Leith mlmsnu .N .,..,. - ,A ef 15- ..wf'1if.,. Vera fuiallflwliisii Vlitsihifi ' Jane Lange Sandra Lantz Jumri-1 ANN KUBES Academic Science Club 123 Vice President 4. , 1 y "lt is easier not to speak a word at all than to speak more than we should." JANE ELIZABETH LANGE Commercial Student Council 45 May Day 3,45 F.H. Players 3,45 Play Tourna- ments 3,45 Thespians 3, Secretary 45 Farewell Assembly 3. "Friends are all that matter." HUSTON GRANT LEATH General Band 2,3,45 Class Treasurer 13 Jr. Town Meeting. "No legacy is as rich as his beauty? JAMES RAY Lam-1 Academic May Day 1,2535 Farewell Assembly 35 Hi Y 2,5, Swimming Team 45 Sabre 3,45 Canvas Crew 2,4-. "A gay person with a large circle of friends." GAIL ANN LEPLEY Cgmmgrgigl Jr. Town Meeting l,2,3,45 Office 1,4. HA fair face and a friendly smile." Carol Leasure SANDRA JANE LANrz Commercial Tri Hi Y 1,2,35 Sentinel 2,3,4. "Her ways are all pleasant." CAROL JEAN LEASURE Academic Band 1, Recording Secretary 2,35 Tri Hi Y 1,3,45 Sentinel 3,45 Prom Committees 2,3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 l'l.R. Assembly 43 Ir. Town Meeting, "A girl who has good cheer for all." DONNA YVONNE LEIGHTY General Library Club 4-9 Jr. Town Meeting 4. "Pleasure and action make hours seem short." HELEN DIANE LEWIS Academia Ushers 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,35 Choir 25 Jr. Town Meeting 2,35 F.H. Players 3,45 Thespians 3,45 May Day 55 Farewell Assem- blies 3,45 Prom Committees 2,3,45 Play Tournaments 2,3,4. "B'urrlens became light when cheerfully borne," .JANET Louisa Lewis General Library Club 3,4. "True worth is in being kind." ii 4 Gail Lepley Diane Lewis Janet Lewis g,ii5ggsg1i mg , ii.iiqni,siigaiigs,+zMgq,i,f,3,-time iiigiievygnagg' mg misss gg ,gm gi nwewmreaimi-fiirfurimwwsi Wi4.if.mmfimer.mrw...,ssmsmum me as ws AWA: 1 1 s i 5. ,sos .. Pls A , s mA.M..,.iMWsi,., Patricia Lewis PATRICIA ANN LEWIS General Basketball 1. "Blessed are they with kind hearts." WILLIA11 FREDERICK LEYH, JR. Academic Baseball 3,45 Basketball 4, "Ina'eetl a friend is never known 'til a friend has need." JAsIEs HOWARD LINN General Jr. Town Meeting. "Good humor is the health of the soul." SANDRA KATHERINE LITTLE Cammerrial Band 152,35 President 45 Dance Band 2,3,45 All-county Band 3,45 Tri Hi Y 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 253,45 Track 3,4. "Pleasure and action make hours seem short." SYLVIA Rose LITTLE Commercial Band l,2,3, Vice President 45 N.H.S. 3, Jeweler 45 All-county Band 2,3,4-5 Farwell Assemblies 3,45 Tri Hi Y 4. "In her face I see kindness and loyalty." Sandra Liule Sylvia Little William Leyh, Ir. I Bobby Light BOBBY RAY LIGHT ACUd5miC Glee Club 1,25 Choir 25 Track 3,45 Cross Country 4. "Long live his frierzrllinessf' ARLENE ANN LIGHT C0H1m0fCiUl CI-I J Bookroom 45 F,H. Players 45 May Day 45 Farewell Assembly 4. "There is no greater everyrlay nature than cheerfztlnessf' PATRICIA LUCILLE LIPPoLn General Jr. Town Meeting5 Monitors 45 Tri Hi Y 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 45 Prom Committee. "Friends are essential to all." WILLIAM DAVID LLEWELLYN V0C1Ui0VWl Cross Country 45 Jr. Town Meeiin . "Men of few words are the best men." General WILLIAM LEE LocsnoN Jr. Town Meeting. "Carefree as the day is longf' William Llewellyn Charlene Light James Linn Patricia Lippold William Logsdon in it Stephen Lone Mary Ludwick Sue Macon MARY EILEEN LONG Academic Tri Hi Y 1,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meetingg Band 1,2,3,4g All-county Band 3,4. "A maiden fair to seef' MARY ANN LUDWICK Academic Tri Hi Y 24 Science Club 4 "My heart is like a singing bird STEPHEN EDWARD LONG Academic Projection Crew lg Science Club 25 Hi Y 3,4. "Always ready when laughter arid excitement callf, Sm: ANN MACON General Monitors 4. "Be of a good, sweet mind, always Rosen ALAN MANc1:s Academic Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3g Baseball 1,2,3,4-g Hi Y 3,4. "Laughter and fun. is the sign af a happy heart." JOY Len MAT!-rrzws Academic Tri Hi Y, Vice President 1, Secretary 2, Treasurer 45 Ushers 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2, Treasurer 3: Jr. Town Meetingg Student Council 3g Prom Committees 2,3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,43 F.H. Players, Secretary 4. "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." Borwua LOU MCCLELLAN Academic Basketball 123 Co captain 4 Volleyball 3,4-5 Bookroom 45 i Dorus IRENE MCDONALD Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. "Kindness is wisdom iri itselff' Lzsrerl EL oem: MCCLLLOUCH Gene,-gl Glee Club 123 P1oJection Crew 12. S1-imnny DARLENE BTCDONALD Commercial Basketball lg Bowling Club 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meetingg Monitors 2,3,4-5 Cashier 3,4. 'KA happy Smile makes many friends." Bonnie McClellan Lester McCullough Doris McDonald anelmxesmiamltmteaeaiesePtissrvviiilesssrawsismr.fQ,m.m1eiiLP3.2mtz.:seacf Q.-5 4 1 uw' m llN ...srnmtmmsmwssmwxiezefimfummesfweliwesufwin Sharon McEliish SI-IARON RAE McEI.rIsII , Tri Hi Y 2,3,4g Ushers 1,2,3, Editor 4, Library Club 13 Farewell , Assembly 3. ' "By your good deeds, you will be remembered." JQHN FRED MCKENZIE Band 2,3,4g Science Club 4. , "Without laughter and friends, life is nothing." Drucilla Merrill Robert Mertens .. v-to-sf,.gfu.'s iso-,1wt-s1es,w--I.., .,,,,,,,.,. A :,ytgg,.wt-:,'ffs1 , ' " mg3f.tf5 sgg ai .,,.f,,.ty-,, ,,w,--.ggm,f.tl,I wx-,I 'Ktimef.'ittsw,,,tftttf1.,. Q ,.., ., - fLffsflirffslamfwhtli 'If5IZ2Qiliflsflletailiiifft' Il it'Qfir?.:Ftti,'5fiffi?Efii?f'?5'f ft liivisiiiiilifiiifiiilifltil ,Q :witlgftmttffsffit. S t -1-get-. iiblrlilliiiil f liiliklifiijs . 'tftiittI55WfiEI5l.t2.f ll 5 riggingglglgiilgnlizimtgttlt , all,itfsiiglgtggsgggefl ,t lflffifIi?fEl'f2???ff'tt"Ti 'hiwitili-iifi1Zf'W?,its'i'ff nfl? W 5 3W,?.,5fiMtg, A , au, g ...M.E.A y.ztn,,t55 img, tgg5,g5g5ff552gf2,II,' IE sgpfgtiiftfliiigifitiri 9 ll l'lliliifliWigi?Q?i If I2liifzffsiaftlttff. :tff1ffstfrestf?l.time 2-F in.tfefefletlfnglfssf 'Wilt lstftttt Qfliittifsniglltllififf it ifffiiftfglft'-'22IME , If i,'iqWtf.'?ief ' f I' if .I,,,Qi, gwwg.L,M5,f,,,,7 5 ,E Q,,,L3m,,,,',tt yi Tiff? ilittif' slt2W5e:?f1'If, :.q,:e15'tQ' itiiifs fQ'lf',E Qifdfxfil iii X 5 itijliililfigigltiofii53fii5iQini1.: Elini., l sygfgg yliglrlyjll ,lg . 2 Q P Igt,-'tarts-'f,.'gI.?ffsWitt, .aJ,flt,z.o, 5 I S frltstliztfgilseE3t?tElYaf1,g,ifl..'eWgt5 bi l bil. ltitwte l i A Q 'egnlvtgygggsl75s5,51l:?l.Lrt?'r'IfSj-Q 352-filtifillftr - I fttf9tjlt5lorI5jm!?s.flliir?flifil f t-Ifilffiiifitib i t it lt ii! 155: D' L5X45,g.giwtlEtglIgSglz,.,I. V. .1,:?,gei,i2,e!l3 1 ,S 9 ll ill-,llgl ?ll lt.l ? tw., iilillif l . . iliifsfffttl "li 'Q . A s9,tlQlEiM B J . John McKenzie Regina McKenzie GUY Meister REGINA MAE MCKENZIE Commercial Tri Hi Y 1,2,3g Cashier 4. "A girl who has good cheer for all." Academic GARY LYNN MEISTER General Jr. Town Meeting. "He always laughed when others saw no jokef, Academic HARRY WILLIAM MERKEL General E Field Crew 4. DE "A pleasant manner is worth a fortune." Harry Merkel DRUCILLA ANN MERRILL Academic Library Club 3,43 F.H. Players 45 Science Club 4. "Friends are essential to all." CAROL JANE Mmz Commercial Majorette 1,2,3, Co-captain 4g F.H. Players 3: Jr. Town Meeting: Tri Hi Y 1, May Day 1,2, Court 3, Farewell Assemblies 3,4. "Kindness is the key that unlocks the heart." A cadernic ROBERT Les MER'rI:Ns Band 1,2, Student Director 3,43 Choir 2, Student Director 3,43 Glee Club L2, Accompanist 3,45 All-county Chorus 1,33 Scribes 43 Play Tournaments, Best Actor 3,4-g Science Club 4. "Performs any task, great or small, well." DONNA RAL: MILLER Commercial Band 1,2,3,4-5 Tri Hi Y 3,45 All-county Band 3,43 Farewell As- semblies 3,4. "Happiness is a natural flow of duty." LINDA LEE METTY General lr. Town Meeting. "Free worth is in being kind." Linda Metty Carol Metz DDIU13 Miller H 2. ll l ls R! vi In I fi .4 'le t,.,..,.II..,W .a.W.,,a.t,...s I . Patricia E, Miller .JOHN GARY MILLER Band 1,2,3,45 Hi Y 3,45 All-county Band 2,3,4-5 F.H, Players 45 Prom Committees 2,3,4-5 Jr. Town Meeting. "Good humor is the health of the soul." General PATRICIA ELLEN MILLER Commercial Band 1,2,35 Jr. Town Meeting. "A good laugh is the sunshine in the world." KATHRYN JANE MITCHELL Academic Tri Hi Y l,2,3,4g Clee Club 2,35 Jr. Town Meeting 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Student Council 15 Prom Decoration Commit- tees 2,3,4. A "The cheerful live longest in years, and afterwards in our re- garflsf' PAUL LEONARD MOYER General Jr. Town Meeting. "Quiet, but not idlef' RAYMOND GxnEoN MULL General Choir 2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 4. "Friends are essential to all." Raymond Mull 2 1 me ' . . 2 if iliiiiiii it i,:w5i: 5-like ef wwf ei l Patricia L. Miller Thelma Miller PATRICIA LAVERNE MILLER Commercial Cheerleader 2, Captain 3,45 May Day 3,4-5 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Prom Committees 2,3,4-5 Jr. Town Meeting. "Sparkling and bright as the very sunlight." THELMA ROBERTA MILLER Glee Club 1,2,3,4-5 Ushers 1,2,35 Tri Hi Y 2. "Sparkling heart, a cheerful smile, and a happy heart all the while." Academic ELOISE DEMARIS MooRE General Jr. Town Meeting, "In her is the love of kindnessf, EDWARD ALBERT MULLAN Academic Jr. Town Meeting. "A good heart is worth gold." MARY PATRICIA llrlULLANEY General Library Club 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting, "If my heart were not light, I would die." Edward Mullen Mart' Muuanel' tm -an lmermmummmi immaffvwe:fw2r'm, lfwwme fmwwsn Herman Nazelrod James Nazelrod HRRMAN WADE NAZELROD General Jr. Town Meeting. "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." JAMES NORMAN NAztaLRon Vocational Jr. Town Meeting. "All those who win joy must share it." NoRIvIA Louisa PARK Commercial Glee Club 13 Library Club 1: Jr. Town Meeting 2,35 F.H. ' ' ' ' F ll Players 3, Play 43 Tri Ht Y 3,4, May Day 3,4, arewe Assemblies 3,45 Play Tournaments 3, Director 43 Thespians 3, Vice President 4g Sentinel 2,3, Feature Editor 4. "Cheerfulness is a great necessity." EDWARD RAYMOND PAYNE General Ir. Town Meeting. 'iBe large in mirth always." CAROL ANNE Pore Academic Monitors 2,33 Library Club 2,3,4g Tri Hi Y 4-g F.H. Players 4. "A kind hearted girl." ' " " Carol Popp l e Judith O'Baker Junm-I KATI-IRYN 0'BAIcIzR Tri Hi Y 45 Prom Committee 3. "Perky, sweet, full of fun, has JOHN EDWARD PAINTER Hi Y 4g Band 1,2. "He has an ever-winding circle of friendsf, WILLIAM RIcIIARo PAuL Commercial Hi Y 3,45 Bowling Club 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting, . . nf, "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of me PATRICIA ANN Porrs Cvm St dent Council 45 Farewell As Basketball 1,23 Tri Hi Y lg u semblies 3,4, a smile for everyone." sl? Iv is l I , if 1 I! I Q 4 2 I Commercial Academic mercia "She fills her day with kind deeds." CARL LAWRENCE PUFFENDERGER Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 3: Hi Y 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeti Sq Mimeograph Staff 43 Youth and Government 3,4. d nature than cheerlulnessf, "There is na greater every ay 1 5 ll gt li ll C ommerci lf l Patricia Poms Carl Puffenberger . ,.....,, .IMWII aim i t l r ll it iii I t l 5 6 i 1 A . I I s if E Catherine Rader James Rickard CATHERINE MAE RADER General Glee Club 15 F.H. Players 3,45 Monitors 1,25 Jr. Town Meeting 2,3,45 Farewell Assembly 33 Thespians 4. "Patience and gentleness is power." JAMES EDWARD RICKARD General F.H. Players 45 Thespians 45 Md. Thespian Conference 43 Fare- well Assembly 4. "He was born for success." DIANE GAY ROBINSON Academic Glee Club 15 Sentinel 2,3,45 Cheerleader 35 Jr. Town Meeting, Co-ordinating Council 4: Scribes 45 Football Queen Attendant 4. Beverly Ritchie John Robertson BEvEm.Y KAY Rxrci-nr Commercial Tri Hi Y 35 Library Club l,2,3,4-5 Ir. Town Meeting5 H.R. As- sembly 4. "A sparkling personality is one's greatest asset." JOHN EARL ROBERTSON Awflemiv Jr, Town Meeting. "Gaiety is the medicine for all ills." Diane Robinson Prccr Louisa Rouen General Library Club 2,3,45 F.H. Players 45 Science Club 4. "She that does good to another, does good to herself." AIARLENE Eom-1 Roor General Basketball 1,25 Jr, Town Meeting. "Laugh and the world laughs with you." PCEEY Roller Marlene Root "Good sense and good nature are a rare combination." Academic FRANK DAvro ROBINSON Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4-5 Class President 35 Student Coun- cil, Senate 45 Farewell Assembly 35 Hi Y 3,45 Outstanding Boy. "A good spurt with a kind heart, always willing to do his part." LUCRETIA ANN Ross Academic Band 1,2,3, Treasurer 45 A11-county Band 3,45 All-state Band 45 Tri Hi Y 4, Chaplain 1, President 2, Vice President 35 Student Council 35 Dance Band l,2,3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Ushers 2,3545 Sabre 3, Senior Editor 45 Prom Committees 2,3,45 May Day 2,3,4. "Her glowing smile and friendliness is equal to her charming personality." JAMES LEE RUMER General .lr. Town Meeting. "A happy smile makes many friends? Lucretia Ross i tsirttmeawm1ssmwmwi area was rf ..-, eetmfafmtwmmvsaeaxsta in x x Frank Robinson t . l ' 212 31115432 if -- if 5, 5 5. 5 A ,, Y t,ffx32rgt.iEQe is . , 5 f1g,2f.ff555,r,,,g,5gyQ 5. 1' ,,..f. tif illiisjr 'Hil ti 'rf f w 'ftiyiifzitt ' Q . 'X ' f .. . ..caaaizg-'1Qg:e:.!if'H ... s -Q L .. 'r 5 ,I v. Lei.,ffi...:fE5f:.g-iiei? g -0' f 5 :fi Yi it James Rumer i t 3 Q Groves Saville Julian Schonter, Jr, Mary See Dmlflld Shaw MARY MARTHA SEE General Jr. Town Meeting. "Make everything the best yoIt've livedf! GEoRcE FRANCIS SAv1u.E Academic Jr. Town Meeting. "Everything comes to him who waitsf' DONALD GENE SHAW Commercial Track lg Glee Club l,2. "His twin is friendship." JULIAN FRANCIS SCHONTER, JR, Agqglgmic Basketball lg Football 25 Farewell Assembly 33 Class Play 2g Track 25 Bowling Club 4. "He that does good to another does good to himself." RICHARD JAMES SHEWBRIDGE General Student Council lg Football l,2, Manager 3.45 Track l,2,3,4, "Gaiety and happiness are his cornpanionsf' Richard Shewbridgc Norman Shipley NORMAN LEE SHIPLEY General Jr. Town Meeting. "Good character is human nature in best form." ALAN JAY SINE Academic Cross Country 4g Hi Y 4g Jr. Town Meeting. "QLtietness is a quality very few possess." JUDITH ANN SHRYOCK Academic Choir 2,3,4g Ensemble 2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4g All-state Chorus 4-g All-county Chorus 2,3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g May Day 2,3,43 Tri Hi Y 3,4g Prom Committees 2,3,4g Student Council 1,2,3g Sabre 4-g Youth and Government 3,44 l'l.R, Assembly 4. HA UUE ffiffld is the Eff! Of 0011-W MARLENE MAE SISK Commercial Library Club 1.2, Treasurer 3g Tri Hi Y 3,43 Monitors 3, Presi- dent 4Ig Play Tournaments 33 Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Student Council, Senate 4g Office 3.4: Prom Committee 4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. "Variety is the spice of life." FRANCES CHARLOTTE SUSAN SIEBEL General Band l,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting. "Good nature wins many good friendsf, Frances Siebel Alan Sine Marlene Sisk Anna Smith Bruce Smith ANNA BARBARA SMITH Student Council 1,2g Jr. Town Meeting 2g N.H.S. 3, Treasurer 45 Basketball 1,2,3g Captain 45 F.H. Players 2. "In her face I see kindness and loyaltyfl Academic BRUCE HAROLD SMITH Academic ROBERT KINDALL SMITH Academic and 2 Student Council 4 Tri HI Y 2 Ma D 34 ' y ay .lr Town Football 2, Track 23 Farewell Assembly 43 May Day 1,2. eeting 34 Farewell Assembly 3 FH Players 4 Thespians 7, ' 1, ' H Academic ROYCI: LEE SMITH Academic zence Club 4 Jr. Town Meeting. hose who are good are truly good He that General Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3g Jr. Town Meeting. "Always ready for amusement and gaietyf' JEAN RAI: SMITH Academic Tri Hi Y 1,2,3,4g Prom Committees 2,3,4g Sabre 3,45 Farewell Assembly 4. "T he very pearl of politeness and kindness." is etter to be happy and wise. can have patience can have what he will." Robert Smith Rvyce Smith , WW rkxmwxalnfle xxmwmumwz f was Joan 5110015 Janice Snyder Sandra Sonner JOAN Lasua Sivoors Commercial Student Council 1, Executive Committee 25 Cheerleader 1,25 Monitor 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Fieldball 1,25 Sound System Op- erator 25 Glee Club 1,2,35 Jr. Town Meeting 3,4. "Good sense and good nature are never separated." JANICE CENEVIEVE SNYDER General Prom Committee 3. "Her kindness is dearer and better than gold." ELSIE VIRGINIA SrAI-'rono Commercial Library Club 1,2,35 Jr. Town Meeting 2,35 Student Council B25 'fri Hi Y 35 Mimeograph Staff 45 H.R. Assembly 45 May ay . "Her glowing smile and friendliness is equal to her charming personality." WILLIAM HOWARD Srezviru-: General Projection Crew 1,2,3,45 Library Club 3,45 Science Club 4. "I would be true, for there are those who trust me." ALLAN Rosen-r STEVENSON Academic Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Hi Y 2,3,45 Student Council 15 May Day 45 Prom Committees 2,3545 Jr. Town Meeting5 Football 25 Basketball 25 Track 25 Baseball 3,45 Canvas Crew 3,4-. "He has an ever-windinng circle of friends." William Sfemlile Allan Stevenson Lmilkil QQSLJ, !llii2Efll2MF!l Y lil EM lZYQSlilt5SG?l'faf EW5MlM ill, 5?55S2t.i3l5'QiEKlElH3l2Q SANDRA KAY Soiviven Commercial Glee Club 1,2,35 F.H. Players 35 Thespians 3,45 N.H.S. 3,45 Prom Committees 3,45 May Day l,2,35 lr. Town Meeting 45 Student Council 2,3, Senate 45 Tri Hi Y 2,3,45 Ushers 2,3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,4. "For her heart was in her work and the heart giveth grace to every art." Joi-uv THOMAS Srmccs Vocational Jr. Town Meeting. "The only way to have a friend is to be one." LYDIANN Manu: S1'AnKev Commercial Library Club 15 Tri Hi Y 1,2,3,45 Sentinel 2,3,45 Scribes, Co- Editor 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,4. "A merry heart goes all the day." Commercial CAROLYN Lan S1'avaNsoN Tri Hi Y l,2,3,45 Ushers 2,3545 Choir 253, Secretary 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Ensemble 2,3,45 F.H. Players 35 Thespians 3,43 N.H.S. 3, Secretary 45 Student Council 45 Class Council 2,45 Prom Committees 2,3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 2,3,4. "Paradise is open to all kind hearts." Rum ELLA STONEBREAKER General Jr. Town Meeting. "A light heart lives long." Carolyn Stevenson i Robert Suesse ALFRED CREAGER STRACI-TAN Academic Jr. Town Meeting. "He that docs good to another does good to himself." RQEERT EDWARD LEE SuEssE General Football 1,3,4g Track 2. "The man that loves and laughs must surely do well." JAMES ARTHUR TALLEY Academic Cross Count 4' B ' ' ry , asketbal11,2,4 Thesprans 24' FH Players 43 Science Club 44 Pep Club 32 Orchestra 2232 Wrestling 1. ft . - Speed is great but silence is greaterf' BETTY LOUISE TAYLOR FRANCES LOUISE TAYLOR Academic Trl H1 Y 234 Sabre 23 Advertising Manager 43 Prom Com- mittees 234 Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Jr. Town Meeting. A sparkling personality is ones greatest asset." General Jr. Town Meeting. 'KSpeed is great but silence is greaterf' SANDRA JoYcE TrMBRooK General Glee Club l,2,3,4g Choir 2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting, "She is gentle that doeth gentle deedsf, General Doms RIARLENE TIPTON Academic Clee Club 2,43 Choir 2,3,4g Monitors 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting. HM . . . odesty and unselfzshness are virtuesf ,, Evelyn Thomas 4 . 0 l Sandra Timbrook Sondra Sulser Gladys Swick SoNDRA JEAN SULSER Commercial Glee Club 13 Library 1,2,4, Vice President 3, Play 35 F.H. Players 3,43 Thespians 3,45 May Day 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3.43 Play Tournaments 1,2,3, Director 4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. "She is an excellent actressf' GLADYS LENORA Swrcx Academic Library Club 1,23 Choir 3,45 Glee Club 1,3, Treasurer 43 May Day 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,49 Sentinel 2,3, Editor 4g Tri Hi Y 45 Student Council 3g Monitors 2. "She that is most friendly hath the capacity to become happyf' Betty Taylor S 5. , . Wmrsyerwwm ?AmW5E f3MliditifiN6i5125313tiE!QP3Ar3'r2rWfW5r'3tiS? . ,. ..., .:...r . V ms Douglas Torbet DoUcLAs MACARTHUR Tomam Hi Y 3,43 Basketball 2,3,4g Football 2g Farewell Assembly 3g F.H. Players 4-. "His honesty, loyalty, and sincerity will long be remernberedfl CURTIS WEIMER TURLEY Jr. Town Meetingg Football Manager 4. "Good sense and good nature are a rare'combination." Charles Van Horn Sandra Wade s l Curtis Turley Floyd Twigg Allan Tyler FLOYD HANSON Twxcc Vocational lr. Town Meeting. "lt is a wise head that makes rr still tongue," Academic ALLAN HoEs0N TYLER Academic Baseball 2,3,4g Canvas Crew 4. "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Academic MELVENA UPLINGER General Monitors 2,3g Jr. Town Meetingg Library Club 4g Tri Hi "There is no greater virtue than cheerfulnessf' Melvena Uplinger CHARLES OWEN VAN HORN Academic Library Club 2,3,4p Glee Club 15 Jr. Town Meeting l,2,3,4. "Good humor often proves virtuous." EDWARD THEODORE WAGUS Academic Monitors 3,4-3 Projection Crew lg Jr. Town Meeting, "A manls a man, 1h.nt's that." SANDRA LEE WADE Commercial Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Bowling Club 2,3,4. "Considerate and kind, a friend at all tirnesf' lVlICHAEL WANDA Academic Band 1g Glee Club 25 Farewell Assembly 3: Hi Y 4g Cross Country 45 Sr. Class Council 4. "True to his work, his word, and his friend," LARRY RONALD, WAGNER General Library Club 4: Projection Crew 1,2,3,4g Jr. Town Meeting, "Action and words show your character." Michael Wanda I-31'1'Y Wagner Edward Wagus Diana Wentling Donna Wertz Darlene Whalley WILLIAM CARL WEIBIER Academic DONNA LOUISE WERTZ Commercial Hi Y 3, Swimming Team 4: Track ZA. Glee Club Ig Tri Hi 2,3g Jr. Town Meetingg. Monitors 35 "A man of deeds, not words, we find! Alas not many of his gabre 4' H'R' Assemblies 3'4' Farewell Assemblies i'4' kind." Sweetness and gaiety are found In this small package. DIANA LEE WENTUNC Cammemial DARLENE Louisa WHALLEY Commercial Tri Hi Y 1,2,3,4g Youth and Government 3,4g Ushers 2.3, Sec- Ma-lorette 112' ,Drum Maj'-Vette 314' Captain 45 Trl Hi Y 1'2'3i retary 45 Student Council 2,45 Farewell Assembly 3g Ir. Town Studelft Council 41 Treasurer '35 May DAY 112343 Farewell AS' Meeting 2,35 C0-Ordinatinu Council 4. semblIes 3g Thespxans 445 Scribes 45 Ir. Town Meeting 2. nHappine5s is the Hamm? flow of dulylv "Her lovely face, her charm, her smile go hand in hand all the way. ' JAMES THOMAS WHITE Academic MAIITIN ERWIN WHITE Vocational Choir 2,3,4g C-lee Club 1,2,3,4g Boys Ensemble 1,2g Mixed En- Stage Crew 2f3f43'Hi 3,2 Farewell Assembly 4' semble 2,3,4g All-county Chorus 2,3,4g A11-state Chorus 2,3,4g "All who kfww hm llke hlm because he has 41 50005 nature-" May Day 2g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Hi Y 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, County Treasurer 4-g Octet 2,3. "High aims farm. high charactersf' HOLMES LHR WH-Kms Genera, DOUGLAS Roycs WILLISON General Jr. Town Meeting. gr' TOWN Meetingi I v ':His sense of humor will carry him over the rollglzext spots." A hgh' heart wfff fm lens' JAMES RoBI:n'r WII.LI.1.:xIns General BONNIE JEAN WN-SON Gfnfml Jr' Town Meeting. Library Club 4: .lI'. Town Meeting "Il is good to be rnerry and wisefl is I A pleasant smile makes many frienzlsfi Holmes Wilkins James Williames Douglas Willison Bonnie WUSUH Loraine Wilson Shirley Wormack MiCl1216l Zembower Lonun: ADALINE Wttsow Commercial lNllCHAEL LINDSAY Zmmowsn Geflffflf Jr. Town Meeting. Football 3,4-g Track 2,3,4g Basketball 23' Hi Y 3,11-g Jr. Town flleetingg May Day 3g Farewell Assemblies 3,4-: ':Quiet, but friendly." I U "A good sport with a kind hearl, always ready to du hrs part. SHIRLEY ANN Wommcx Academic Glee Club 2.3.43 Choir 2,3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Tri Hi Y 15,44 Monitors lg Prom Committees 3,43 Allecounty Chorus fl-. 'flteerfulness is a great rzecessiiyfi These seniors, under the direction of Miss Kathleen Cumhee, are preparing to present the senior class play "Marcheta.i' Patricia Potts and Gale Arhogast dramatize a Patricia Miller and Darlene Whalley transcribe commercial for Maypo cereal during at horne- their shorthand notes in typing class. room assembly, ll? HHUWNPS STORE 430-432 WILLIAMS STREET DANIEL Y BRO 'I20 l Confgratulations to THE 1960 GRADUATES R McFarlanld's Auto Shop Specialists in wreak repairing and painting Front Enid Alignments 503 Pine Ave. PA. 4-1216 Congratulations to THE CLASS OF 1960 WARD N. HAUGER JEWELRY COMPANY 16 N. Center St. Phone: PA. 4-5665 BACHMAN TRANSFER and STORAGE, INC. Cumberland Welding 81 Supply Co. Electric and Acetylene Welding 102 Wineow St. Cumberland, Md. Phone: PA. 2-6290 S. C. Twigg JOHNSON'S GROCERY 401 Pennsylvania Avenue PA. 4-9880 For Electric and Plumbing Supplies Hardware, Paint and Glass Your Headquarters are Schwenninger's Hardware 208 Virginia Avenue PA. 2-1222 Compliments of Curtis Confectionery and Coney Island Lunch Best Wishes to R T'HE CLASS OF 1960 A. M. JACK GRDCERY Phone: PA. 4-036-0 1304 Virginia Ave. Cumberland, Md. 121 ' RIC HARDSON'S Corner of Park and Harrison Streets WARHAFT'S DRAPERIEIS - SLIPCOVERS FABRICS - KIRSCH RODS Free Estimates On Custom Draperies 79 N. Centre St. Phone PA. 4-1740 Lindy's Restaurant Private Dining Room for Bernie's Altantic Service Pqrfies -- Business Meetings Gfeelle sffeel' clllhbefldlld, CHICKEN o STEAK DINNERS Phone: PA. 2-9841 SANDWICHES Premium Motor Oil - Imperial Gasoline Phone: PA. 2-3399 Route 220 "Atlantic Keeps Your Car On The Go" Bedford Road, Cumberland, Md. Congratulations AFTER THE GAME VISIT to SHAW'S CAFE 1103 Oldtown Road Phone: PA. 2-4868 THE CLASS OF '60 SNYDER'S Esso Service Station Exclusive Service Tri-State Towel 81 Coat Service Corner Frederick St. 8- Regina Ave. Cumberland, Md. Representative, GLEN K. DAVIS Phone PA. 2-7544 We write Every Form of Insurance Protection Airline Steamship Rail Tours Visit our office in the Algonguin Hotel CumberIand's Oldest Shoe Store Smith's Tender Feet 137 Baltimore Street Cumberland, Maryland Congratulations to THE CLASS OF 50 BEN FRANKLIN 5 AND 10 CENT STORE Locally Owned -- Nationally Known ED'S Mercury Outboard Motors 261 William Street Cumberland, Maryland Rod and Reel Service K ing's Tackle Shop Phone: PA. 4-2070 243 Virginia Avenue, Cumberland, Md. Morris Motor Express Incorporated Transportation - General Commodities 505 Springdale Street Phone: PA. 2-8440 DAVIS Motion Picture Service 160 North Centre Street PA. 2-3050 Perrin's Food Market JOHN A. FIER 501 Baltimore Avenue Cumberland, Maryland COLLINS G. M. C. Truck Company "G. M. C. Trucks and School Buses " "Case" Tractor and Farm Machinery Route 40, East Cumberland, Maryland Phone: PA. 2-3922 TI-IE CHANEY CUMBERLAND TRANSPORTATION TIMES - N EWS COMPANY Congrnfulafions fo th MGCGREGOR SPORTS EQUIPMENT 60 GRADUATING CLASS TRI - STATE WILSON MINE Sc MILL HARDWARE SUPPLY COMPANY L 30 N0 H MECHANIC STREET 310 coMMERcE STREET O HH to Champion? A 836 3 Compliments of STREETTS BODY and PAINT SHOP For Your Graduation Gifts SPEAR'S JEWELERS 62 Baltimore Street NATIONALLY FAMOUS WATCHES ARTCARVED DIAMONDS-STIEFF STERLING-TRIFARI JEWELRY H. E. DOUGLASS 229 Springdale Street PArkview 2-0520 WHOLESALE MEAT DISTRIBUTOR BLUE BONNET MARGARINE - FLElSCHMANN'S YEAST Fresh Meat Hotel and Restaurant Products enbaum' 125 R U H L S T U D I U S .glue Camera porfraifa V21 126 Get The Best Get THE EE UHGE EUNSTHUCTIUN EUMPANY CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Compliments of H. LAPP and SUNG PLUMBING cmd HAULING 716 Oldtown Road Cumberland, Maryland W. T. B. 0. 128 NOVELTIES - LEATHER GOODS - CALENDARS PENCILS - BOOK MATCHES SIMEON T. WILSON Phone: PA. 4-1143 represenfing BANKERS ADVERTISING COMPANY Iowa City, Iowa The HUUT HA Shades Lane Construction Company ULING AND EXCAVATING P.O. Box 1304 Cumberland, Maryland 129 CUFFY'S Corner Confectionery 4 ,,,, ., In W Din and DO,nCin:g ,- ' TEENAGERS ' ' Cresaptown, Maryland .b:AAb:::ZA I Congrofulofions Congratulations ro to THfE 1960 GRADUATES THE CLASS OF '60 from Blubaugh's Esso Station MASON'S SNACK BAR Complimenfs Cumberland of Cloak and Suit Store Baltimore Street Compliments of T Compliments BURKE'S RESTAURANT T of 10 mth sheet i Miller Brothers Garage 130 HARVEY'S JEWELRY STORE Mr. Marx measures Bob Dolan for that long awaited class rmg. C pl nfs of LOVERS LEAP ESSO STATION 131 CongratuIations to the CLASS OF 1960 MOON GLO SKATIN G RIN K Bedford Road SKATE FOR FUN AND HEALTH CHICK-N-BASKET PIZZA DELICIOUS SHRIMP-N-BASKET K, THICK SHAKES with French Fries if Q4 I SUNDAES SUBMARINES fee'-dinandk V BANANA SPLITS best in town FLOATS - SODAS sANDw1cl-:Es 5 coNEs HOT DRINKS 0 ' TONY FREND, Prop COLD DRINKS CAR HOPS Cumberland, Maryland B E N N E T T ' S THE GAS and ELECTRIC COMPANY BOTTLED GAS and IRON 'FIREMAN HEATING AP'PLIANCES GAS - OIL - COAL 'I30 North 'Centre Street Phone PA. 2-7900 Compiiments :of DELPHINFIS TEENLAND 'I42 Arch Street PA. 4-9826 WHERE THE WORLD'S BEST TEENAGERS DANCE SODA FOUNTAIN - GROCERIES FRANCIS "JIM" HUMBERTSON, Proprietor 132 LIGHTS FLOWER SHOP Flowers for All Occasions 110 Virginia Ave. Phone: PA. 4-5577 Compliments of ABE'S JEWELRY STORE CRITES TRANSFER Local and Long Distance Moving and Storage O'Neal Cut Rate Store Baltimore Ave. and Shades Lane Agent for Patent Medicines - Toilet Articles NATIONAL VAN LINES Gifts - Toys Rear 905 Glenwood St. Cumberland, Md. Hunting and Fishing Licenses Phone: PA. 2-1453 PA. 2-4441 MAPLESIDE PHARMACY J. E. McMichael, Reg. Pharmacist 911 Oldtown Rd. PA. 4-1765 Complete Drug and Prescription Service MONEY ORDER SERVICE Best Wishes from your , CUMBERLAND COMPANION RADIO STATION WCUM AM 81 FM Listening Pleasure - Sales Results See the new BUCFIUHUH Lulflbel' CU. FUTURA ,fprecision Cui, Homesl, ROYAL PORTABLE GI' 549 N. Centre Street' Cumberland Maryland Landis Typewriter Co. 115 Frederick Street THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLANINC MILL COMPANY Your Community Lumber Y'ard Since 1896 31 Queen Street Cumberland, Maryland Save two ways at Alberts 'Big Circle" Market West Route 40 Cumberland, Maryland PA. 2-6900 Famous Foods at Low Prices Plus S 84 H Green Stamps Shop to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday To 6 p.m. Saturday QUEEN CITY DAIRY Enjoying Queen City's Delicious Milkshaikes are Carol Day, Pat Blackliin, Frances Taylor, and Jean Smith. 135 W.. The GEORGE F. HAZELWGGD COMPANY NTRACTORS Cumberland, Maryland GUDLUVE 'I'HUEIiINlfi BUMP!-XNY a 136 Congratulations to the GRADUATES OF 1960 from STATE EAEHEHS EULLEGE Frostburg, Maryland Programs leading to Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education Junior High School Education Junior College Program Graduate Program leading to the Associate in leading to the M. Ed. Degree Arts Degree P J for teachers For further information: 61960 SUMMER SESSION: MISS ELIZABETH HITCHINS JUNE 22 - JULY 31 Registrar in charge of Admissions State Teachers College FIFTY-EIGHTH YEAR BEGINS Frostburg, Maryland TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1960 OVerbrook 9-6622 Complimentsof .9 P SUPEHMAHHETS 'I Wineow Street Greene Street Cumberland, Maryland T37 IIQIITZIVIIIIILILIER IVIIIEIVIIORIIAILS YOUR CEMETERY MEMORIAL DEALER Over Fifty Years Means Your Satisfaction A tho d Rock fAges Me als A d All Oth F e G FREDERICK d GEORGE STREETS DIAL. PA. 2-4300 CHRISTOPHER PHOTO LAB WHOLESALERS CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND A Complete and Dependable Photo Service Phone: C S PA. 2-5050 COMPLIMENTS OF SUPER CONCRETE COMPANY, Inc. "Your Headquarters for Ready Mix Concrete and Building Supplies - Foundation to Roof" 39 Yea s of honest and el able se v ce 405 4'l'l HENDERSON AVENUE PA 2 4260 138 For the Finest in Dry Cleaning Drapes and Furniture Covers South End Cleaners 81 Dyers Cl hour dry cleaning . . . Rugs 81 Upholstery? 219 Virginia Avenue Phone: PA. 2-3322 CITY CLEANERS 501 M N. Centre Street COYLE'S Bantam Super Market J. T. 81 F. L. COYLE 232 Virginia Ave. PA. 4-4360 VALLEY LUMBER CO. "where the home begins" Complete line ot building materials Bedford Road lnext to Firehalll PA. 2-7760 Cumberland Opticians AL TOSH, Owner 15 South Liberty Street Cumberland, Md. Phone: PA. 2-4757 KLINE PHOTO SERVICE Guaranteed Finishing Wedding Photography - Albums Developing - Printing - Copying Oil Coloring Headquarters for Class Billfolds and Enlargements 39 Boone Street Phone PA. 2-1922 GARRETT'S 325 Virginia Avenue Cumberland, Maryland VIRGILS MARKET MEATS and PRODUCE 1306 River Avenue PA. 4-1330 S 8. H Green Stamps "Good Goods Come ln Little Packages" THE S. T. LITTLE JEWELRY CO. REGISTERED JEWELERS American Gem Society fax. -fe' J 'ff MQNEY 0 C Q WEEK WITH A A H0 E FOOD W QQ, FREEZER ' 311 4 and for a Free Booklet of 11 Home Food Freezing Suggestions, just drop a note to our Home Service Department F d d I V, XX 4 6 1 ,. ,go www. 5 e'?j'Z2 'Q Q' ' 4 ' . .. , ., .. ., . as'tJe,2.'.,3: A shw,-,'.-'.4,. V Q- - .15 ,. ,., ,. ,MN .Q5e.,..,.- .V,.-,::-.-H:-. ,I ,. :,..,y,.g., Q ., z mmm 5. V .Z -' . E-.n:.,,e ,.-.' ,-,e,., 1' . si, 1- fr...,'aQivZQ4a'.gX,gi-ag-5-. -' V .4:.'e.'wbq.4 fy . we .-.Q . . .V 5,-.:.V:, .. .-e:.'.xv.wa-,pq'e:.v:+.-. , - .V ,, .-.-.-png.-.w.'u,.3..y7 Q we P in I :L . if .V 3'-'-'UA'QF"4".'v'v!'f':'3q , , .V V- 2 V, ZR-'Q' wtd'e2gfv' suiwff ' -- .1 5 V ua ' 9. 9.,!, v .rq E 1 1 V- Q: 5-. e-.ff .ee X -- :VV -, i-fV',-ww.!n.- " -41 f"' fiv3'.o:4,q.gg4i u r . 1 I --.-.3p.y,v -- gd' ,, lo Q54 .. N ' I ' I , , U fl' 1 .' 113. V-,I-.: ,, I e I I J T . I Il I . --Z f' E' ,5EE5',3: I ' ,fi 5 . N -, ' ' . , -.ic-5 ,V .pg ' .lm Q..-2.5.3.-.-.M ,,-N., v , I re!-I-.-,.,.g.goE e.-+.z'.'.'.g. -11.1 Po'.'f'io'n'.'a'o' 'o'f's'o'gZ3f F 45, .... , ,rt-f..:.Q.,6 Y Y , T wx.. ... .' .g ., ., -.f.,q ..... . ,3,:,.g:.:...,.,q.3,.5..g.5', 1 M, .,,.,.,.,,.,.,, ,,,.,., . . V .i . ',.:.,:,.,.,N,:.x,3 B,',.,,-3 , ......1....i ,.,,x,...4,w.,.,.,.,xia... ,S 1, H l, 5 .,..,:,:,....,.,.,,. ,. Qu., , A l.. , .,.,.,.,.,.,.,:,:,:,.,. Q M ,. . V t... . . .... .. ........ , . .,,.,.,.,,,., ., ., ..,,. - l, ........ .. .. -wc.'.'.' '." .2-"2 1 "3:tQ2?:S." iziga., "-'Q'1"' " A 91 N U ., ' X X X 1 CD f F X ' " , XX THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. i 4 Xi Compliments of CAN TEEN SERVICE R. W. HUCK Carol Day and Pat Blacklin are found making good use of Huck's Canteen Service. 140 SOUTH END CAB 5'I5 Virginia Avenue Phone: Pa- 4-7010 BENNETT TRANSFER 8 STUHABE Ell Henderson Avenue 81 Franklin Street P.O. Box 59, Cumberland, Md. . Phone: PA. 2-6770 ogenis for ALLIED VAN LINES LONG DISTANT MOVING NATION-WIDE SERVICE CZKHS .RESTAI URANT sos PARK STREET CHICKEN RABBIT STEAKS HOAGIES DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS Phone PA. 4-9728 Prop. "CEC" GRIMES If You Want Clothes with STYLE and DISTINCTION SHOP BURTON? MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR and FARM MACHINERY SALES and SERVICE Kighfs Garage ROUTE 2, BALTIMORE PIKE Cumberland, Maryland Phone: PA. 4-4170 Mister Softee ICE CREAM xi! E56 -.i.'f'.., in f 1 THOMAS W. MURRAY RT. 3 BEDFORD ROAD Corner of Paco and Chase Streets C6LtA8l"l'l'L6Ll'l 3 udinedd Silwof Founded 1917 Not on unemployed Graduate for Twenty-five Years 171 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: PA. 4-0966 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '60 BEIGHTOL SS Grocery MONARCH PRINTING CO. 116 FREDERICK STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: PA. 2-1436 PRINTING - RULING - ENGRAVING STEEL DIE EMBOSSING OFFSET Always at your service YELLOW TOP CAB A GOOD EDUCATION IS THE BEST FOUNDATION FOR FUTURE SUCCESS. PAINT IBER GLASS ITTS Works Sev C mberland, Md. 1 POTOMAC FARMS Getting their energy from Potomac Forms Milk ore Dick Keller cmd Fred Joyce. GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '60 ROBINSON PLUMBING and HEATING CO. The Finest Meats in Town are Found at GARLITZ BROTHERS First Street and Grand Avenue National Fruit Store GROCERI ES - MEATS 203 Baltimore St. PA. 2-2662 Ben Kamens George Kline lt Pays to Cross Town to Kline Furniture Company 405-413 Virginia Avenue Phone: PA. 2-4820 TRIPLETT STUDIO 122 Greene Street Cumberland, Maryland Compliments of KEECH'S DRUG STORE 43 and 600 Virginia Avenue Prescription Service at Both Stores Phone: PA. 4-1208 and 2-7112 Cumberland, Maryland BAUGHMAN Contracting Co., Inc GENERAL CONTRACTORS Tractors and Trailers for Heavy Hauling 1201 National Highway, LaVaIe Phone: PA. 2-4588 - 2-4589 Cuimberland, Maryland SYKES STYLE SHOP Special Attention to Juniors l5-151 Half Sizes 12M to 24M Sportswear - Dresses - Suits - Coats Evening Wear - Lingerie - Bras - Girdles Open 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Everyday 805 Maryland Ave. Phone: PA. 2-1570 .lohnson's Restaurant Route 2'8 Phone: REdwoo-d 8-9167 Compliments of Shipways Motor Freight Cumberland, Maryland PA. 2-5630 THE MANHATTAN Nationally Famous Men's Wear Baltimore Street at Liberty STACY'S MARKET 51 North Centre Street Specializing in Fresh Sea Food KAPLON'S Young Men's Shop Cumberland, Maryland HOME OF TIMELXQ CLOTHES SUPER SHOES Self Service 'I5-17 North Centre Street NEHI Bottling Company Bottlers of RC COLA NEHI PAR-T-PAK H. 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