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

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Since Fort Hill was established twenty-five years ago, Mrs. Kathryn Pafel Wilson has been a vital part in the school. In her role as school secretary, HKitty'7 has served the students and faculty of Fort Hill High School with infinite capability, and during her career has displayed unlimited assistance and deep understanding. To "Kitty," we extend our grateful thanks and appreciation, and we are indeed proud to dedicate the twenty-fifth edition of the SABRE to Mrs. Kathryn Pafel Wilson. KLM .. , N1 mx ,ff ,441 ""-1. D' CG nuudfl n R505 x - 0 -iii f ' -1 4' ' Jn Awwf waz! . . . Guiding the business and advertising staffs is Mr. Carl In charge of faculty, senior, sports, and activities staffs, M. Ritchie, adviser. is Mr. James Engle, adviser. The 1961 edition of the SABRE was outlined and each section began making layouts, taking and iden- tifying pictures, writing and typing copies, securing advertisers, preparing art work and finally copy reading the book. Under the direction of their advisers, Mr. James Engle and Mr. Carl Ritchie, the editors and staffs successfully compiled and issued the 1961 edition of the SABRE. SABRE Staff-Row I: C. Hyde, C. Gragg, P. George, G. Brown. Row II: J. Malone, L. Hanifin, L. Highland, C. May, M. McMichael, E. Cornwell, J. Malone, L. Shatzer, C. Allee. Row III: E. Mason, B. Dela Grange, B. Wilson, M. Thomas, D, Hill, A. Schwenninger. Row IV: J. Giles, J. Hansrote, J. Hansrote, S. McElfish, E. Liller, N. Wezber, J. Brant. Row V: E. Holshey, M. Freno, C. Sibley. r 51" Charlynne Hyde Senior Editor , ,'4H""'e ' Lf tl , if e... fi? Q4 as w 'S xi . Y ,iw .Al S, 5 .Q Alice Schwerminger Activities Editor ,lf 5 Gladys Brown Pamela Geor e A.Scl1we-nningcr, J. Malone L Hlghland L Shatzer and E Mason work hard UD to keep tlle SABRE room clean Linda Shatzer Carol May Faculty Editor FHCUZW Edlwf .lo Ann Malone Unclerclass Editor 'K Marlys McMichael Linda Hanifin Linda Highland Elizabeth Cornwell Art Editor Business Manager Literary Editor Literary Editor Members of the 7th period SABRE class, enjoy a '4lVlerry Boithday, adviser. Dave Lynch Photography Editor Paul Fisher Photography Editor .,,,.. . 'ii V -. ' gg jV:ii.k J , ' f'ffLE2'5t-2 Qi Vlflillif' X X 'Wm J E an Q' is Qs 2 r S , 2 1 S 22 1 Q H rg A ff S Q Q, M 8 S M m rf Wibfiiigflifiif , W , M ie min. ,ls r Kwan NL . W 1 7 Ar.. as ' it Z 21 Happy Christmas" celebration for Mr, James Engle, SABRE Edward Holshey Photography Editor James Malone Sports Editor . Q ... - so . :,. -f p., f K . K ' ,, K -if ' .z. ..r .NM M it M' W 5 if Q x 90 si if A .2 .MH is-.,,,-ff Q J" 'Q Q ,vmg:::g?: it li T A 1 6 , H1175 UJEE Q'-UQ? WE gc-:Du SEE Wm? E395 HEp 93? :sims Q z bv sir' QS? ami" ' 5 F4g 93:5 n-191. :ug 55.5 T553 7514 .. . me' Qs c-'NE mink" FTF SPM :mg 9-'En-4 girl Q35 ' r nO' s S EES. S5255 QP - E' 3 on Ea? IT' EEF rs- E .PUC rf- Z CD 5.02- PEE 0535, KD 5' 5 5r"i F-30 pr 2-43 101935 ? IDT COLUMBIA 'W " ' i s Following the policy, HThe news shall make you freefa the news, feature, editorial, and sports staffs of the Sentinel gathered, wrote, and edited material. Under the supervision of Miss Mary Calemine, the editors and staffs met their scheduled deadlines in spite of many difficult problems. They also printed the special editions at Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Sentinel has been represented at various press conferences, Winning many honors. Diane Hill, Sentinel editor-in-chief, and Miss Mary M Calemine, aflviser, ad-mire the awards Won by the paper. Yum? .r--mp---le' 15.5- Under the direction of Kathryn Skitarelic the SPORTS STAFF, composed of J. Heavener, D. Lewis. G. McKay, compiles the sports page of the Sentinel. Marjorie Johnson, EXCHANGE MANAGERg and Bill Dickinson L. Waite, L. Highland, K. Ullery, and B. Linn. o Working together with their editor, Rosanne Weber are B Miller, K. Ullery, M. Skitarelic, S. Stickley and C Corley members of the FEATURE STAFF. , BUSINESS MANAGER, are shown with their staff members ft' K, I ' e in , Mi W W' ,ZA . g , K K T .sl . K E gg i Ll it LV : DDE pi- geiltiil 5 A3 I0 L.......l -lL.....l Members of the NEWS STAFF meet with the editor-in-chief of the Sentinel, Diane Hill. Row' I: M. Freno, L. Highland, D. Hill, Editor, S. Lapp, J Roland. Row II: J. Miller, E. Cornwell, C. Flora, L. McMichael, V. Magruder, B. Hamilton, S. Calhoun. Row III: C. Kissner, M. Landis, K. Robey, B. Linn, C. Seihler. Senior high students are shown enjoying 3 leisurely hour of dancing in social room. Vivacious f?J cheerleaders perform familiar routines with precision C?J and accuracy C?l. Adding color to the Powder Pull football game are J. Malachowski, G. Kirby, D. Lynch, P. Douglas, R. Campbell, J. Young. VL CA6675lfL! 0566661466 . . . ,zw we X U, . " . ' .. ,,,, Y 'ifg A ,X '52.Mw,. ' qw 4, ii QKWQQKQ Memhers ofthe HSCRIBESH STAFF compile the 1961 edition, assisted by Miss Cerardine Pritchard. Row 1: M. Kidwell, I. Crabtree. Row II: R. Cook, J. Noel, G. Brown, D. Buzzard. Row III: V. Bush, M. Parsons, C. Gragg, G. Bartik, L. Miller, C. Kissner, L. McMichael. Mimeographing the daily attendance sheets, tests, programs, and ofnce materials are some of the duties of the MIMEOGRAPH STAFF. Row I: S. Blume, W. Rice, M. J. Adams, Mr. Robert Price, H. Bosley. UM ith PERIOD MONITORS work with the faculty and cafeteria stall to instill order in the cafeteria and halls during lunchtime. Row I: M. Rice, J. Moon, S, Shaffer, D. Cooper, J. Welsh, C. Bryant,L. Myers. Row II: D. Motrtzfelt, N. Parsons, M. Propst, S. Mer- ritt, B. Lewis, L. Bible, D. Kallnongh. Row III: B Powers, M. Rockman, S. Tabler, S. Taylor, D. Calhoun, R. Montgomery. Row IV: C. Holcomb, G. Cordon, J. Murphy, R. Kebler, J. Orndoff, B. Stuart, D. Sturtz, S. Appell. Row V: K. Norris, J. Malone, D. Smith, S. Nines, S. Mason, C. I-lardingcr, D. Benson. Row VI: J. Yost, C. Turhin, M. Bender. S. Myers. Row VII: R. Strawderman, R. Evans, Mr. Alfred Fritz. 5TH PERIOD MONITORS-Row I: D. Cooper, S. Shaffer, B, Delu Grange, M. Richards, M. Lewis, J. Noel, S. Gnegy. Row Il: A. Schwcnningcr, B. Seiler, C. Weimer, S. Wclslt, J. Rohey, C.Sweitzer, L. Shatzer. P. Cross. Row III: D. Buckley, P. Weimer, L. Athey, P. Sulser, D. Moore, K. Ullery, S. Trail, C. May. R010 IV: N. Goss, L. Saville, K, lrons, D. Payton, P. Huffman, P. Dachek, S. Athey, P. Mallot, N. Montgomery. Row V: D. McDonald, C. Liller, S. Stickly, S. Rice, D. Keller, B. Chaney, H. McGuire, L. Widdows. Row VI: J. Hansrote, N. Welyer, J. Hansrote, S. Cralilree, V. Barnes, S, Calhoun, F. W'heclc.r, J. Kerns, A. Koach, E. Sponuugle. Row VII: J. Gilford, S. Stickly, Mr. Alfred Fritz. Members of the PROJECTION CREW aid teachers in pre- senting classroom materials by arranging for special films. Row I: M. Saville, E. Norris. Row II: A. Snyder, S. Wegiand. Row III: C. Barnks, C. Taylor, C. Bird, C. Shank. Row IV: M. Sensabaugli, M. Bible, J. Lear, G. Merritt. A vital part of dramatic productions at Fort Hill are the members of the STAGE CREW guided by Mr. Lee Alexander. Row I: P. Ketterman, R. Lewellyn, J. Warner. Row II: E. Norris, M. Saville, J. Riley. Row III: R. Roller, L. Williams. A. Petenbrink, D. Clem, P. Green, G. Twigg, and D. Perdew demonstrate efficiency UD and skill C?J in the home economic TOOIIIS. The JUNIOR USHERS assist the senior ushers and also usher at junior high assemblies. Row I: S. Crawford, T. Kritzburg, C. Davis, J. Hensell. Row II: C. Hanger, S. Boore, L. Robey, B. Lewis, B. Stwort, L. Roweno. Row III: D. Leecy, D. Snoots, S. Fuller, J. Shipway, J. Orndorff, B. Callis. Row IV: J. Flurchhauer, J. Lantz. Row V: D, Arbogast, L. Stemple. The SENIOR USHERS serve .the school by ushering at Sr. High assemblies, Thanksgiving football game, and school productions Open I0 the Public- ROW 13 C- 'F10ff1f 5- LHDP, M- Lewis, J. Miller. Row II: V. Wilson, A. Bryant, S. McE1fish, E. Middleton, J. Dyche, J. Bland, K. Ullery. Row III: B. Chaney, J. Hansrote, J. Garland, R. Alexander, S. Calhoun, B. Cornwell. Row IV: L. Rowley, P. McCann, N. Weber, J. Hansrote, C. Crabtree, D. Grimm, S. Blume. CAFETERIA STAFF Row I: Mrs. Nettie W1lls Manager Mrs Edlth Hub ertson. Row II: Mrs. Margaret Isner Mrss Lucllle Cage Mrs. Helen Sherry. Row III Mrs Lourse Shaffer Mrs. Mary Kight, Mrs Hermena Hale Mrs Beulah Griffin. Mrs. Nettie Wills Cafeteria Manager Mr. Paul Deremer Chief Custodian 111'- luv:- Mr. Benjamin Rizer performs his daily duty, firing the furnace. STUDENT CAFETERIA WORKERS Row I: P. Boyer, B. Boyer, R, McKenny, L. Ray. Row II: C. Showatter, G. Reckley, M. Isner, J. Twigg. Row III: R. Hansford, S. Bloss, J. Davis, G. Buckley. Row IV: C. Turner, J. Lark, G. McKinley, L. Isner, CASHIERS Row I: C. Murray, N. Mower. Row II: B. Saville, I. Flanagan, S. Stickley. Row III: J. Meeks, J. Sheldon. Row IV: C. J. Cashiers Joy Meeks and Nancy Mower are shown performing Mowen, D. Hill, C. Maicrs. their regular job during the fourth period lunch. ge.. '1 ...- unit ,1- f Ulfii ................ L -aw.. Mx... iii., 17 14, ZVLKTODLA COMTHLVEJA. Please pay attention Mr Martin' School will be out soon pleads Dale Mock SEVENTH GRADE 7TH GRADE-H.R.-310, Mr. William Williams-Row I: S. Snoots, J. McNeal, G. Cook, J. Pratt, R. Shipley. Row II: K. Bartik, E. Chastian, M, Clem, C. Palumbo. Row III: J. Van Meter, D. Simpson, J. Klavuhn, W. Gardner, K. Gnegy. Row IV: D. Whitrow, R, Ullery, L. Robison, D. Brotemarkle. Row V: C. Clark, M. Hartsock, R. Keiter, G. Shriver, J. Williams. Row VI: R. Cavaliers, .l. Natale, J. Drake, R. John- son. Row VII: S. Gilford, P. Nowak, J. Lillafrd, C. Fisher, P. Miller. Raw VIII: D. Counihan, C. Adams, B. Robey, R. Arnold. Row IX: T. Kirby, G. Hudson, L. Shipway, J. Fisher, R. Taylor. 4. 7TH GRADE-H.R.-309, Mrs. Rosalie Shobe-Row I: T. Detrick, W. Hedrick, M. Lindner, A. Dean, R. Elliott. Row II: R. Smith, R. Hare, R. Harrison, R, Bell. Row III: P. Cage, W. Shaffer, K. Humbertson, J. Shryock, C. Jones. Row IV: K, Abe, J. Myers, V. Barnes, K. Tysinger. Row V: P. Dent- inger, L. Wilson, M. Henekamp, E. Wilson, C. Ray. Row VI: B. Williams, J. Robinette, B, Seibert, D. Brown. Row VII: R. Weigelt, T. Snyder, B. Combs, R. Flora, D. Sathoff. Raw VIII: L. Cunningham, E. Henderson, C. Hershberger, L. Boyer. Row IX: B. Johnson, V. Smith, 7TH GRADE-H.R.-313, Miss Twila Brotemarklewliow I: K. Bowers, L. Taylor, W. Davis, R. McCoy, G. Cessna. Row II: M. Kubes, G. Showalter, G. Bender, T. Evans. Row III: L. Hare, D. Michaels, D. Miester, K, Lewis, T. Snow. Row IV: R. Groves, S. Light, T. Dawson, F. Brown. Row V: S. Hill, R. Skidmore, G. Unsworth, C. Keller, L. Smith. Row VI: K. Green, D. Keys, R. Ketterman, R. Lofferty. Row VII: P. Shewbridge, F. Hill, V. Mallow, F. Fansler, J. Clem. Row VIII: T. Andrews, S. Waters, R. Ware. 1' at xr il V s .Jilin ,'. , H- 51.4 i,:Q1,kv'aY,, b . - L1 lfwffi--1ox'vf Q ! J. :W V "-if fy.,--rw4.w'. 5 1 'QL . - - .3 F-. 'S el, . is hi. Y . ,- jk . Q, la ' T Q , L .aff . ' ' is-fx gf, ' if ' .1. ' I A 1 1 "S, '5 ' " i A 1 4 7TH GRADE-H.R.-311, Mrs. Hila Hines-Row I: T. Gray son, W. Moon, J. Footen, W. Thomas, C. Miller. Row II R. Nycum, R. Rowley, C. Arnold, B, Izzett. Row III: J. Stew nrt, L. Wilson, L. Houseworth, R. Weber, J. Howard. Row IV B, Schaidt, S. Beard, L. Plummer, L. Merrill. Row V: M Mulvey, N. Gaughan, L. Miller, A. Boor, R. Elliott. Row VI S. Davis, N. Gillum, R. Hammersmith, L, Stevey. Row VII C. Grubb, C. Bosley, S. Kreger, G. Adams, J. Gray. Row VIII J. Cook, S. Williams, H. Fuller, 1 A "" 'M : . -- i ,, ., . . . 155 , S xgb5,..Il"'xf ' i A .,, Z., I, ,,,, ,. . . . .5 V .. 'I X -u f L 4 3 ". 5 P . f-. ,.,j.. ., . . . I1 :Jn I 'O alll' Y-4 L v 'du 5 rw .,..,...., ,., .ht u", f..n.l M ', .flu , . ,w,f,4'...'.,. W, F 1 Irina.. 2? -:E H ,.t..q..t....,..-,, ,s-.' R 3 s ,e l S . ,p a A , i f t. t o 'I ifxav Ay Q-- If J- ,I gg- Nix., .Iv K .I 5 .atrial mf" of' is A ' I fm., K 1. Q-. . fm ' X pw., . v ,, ' , . an 5 ,WM Af 5' f.. V 1 .,, ,fm 2 'N ' W - t 1: ff' . J k -. 1 Q . .lb 12 r -1 ..,. K M xg I ' . iii fill. Eli lm Q 'l l J' 2 2 , .5,g ,, . l 1 .- 7TH GRADE-H.R.-307 Miss Naomi Teter-Row I: W White, R. Hare, J. Collins, K. Thompson. Row II: L. Bryant S. Clopper, P. Gable, S. Wisenberg. Row III: B. Northcrait A. Simpson, R. Grove, R. Mease, M. Deter. Row IV: B, Allen N. Joy, K. Borst, R. Johnson. Row V: L. Gram, G. Raines, R. Bealky, M. Baker, R. Davis. Row VI: C. Jack, D, Kesner, C. Means, S. Huff. Row VII: J, Rice, G. Du Rocher, J. Thompson, J. Teter, W. Roach. Row VIII: L. Epps, R. Wisen- herg, V, Sisk, N. Valentine. Row IX: M. Simpson, L. Slough, E. Ranker. VA? ff' slip' j as ,th rf' .. we , , , . , - - , K 'R " J' ' Q 15 .A f .a g Q- . . M ' V is " "N 1--. f a f Q, . ' ' , , "f, n "U" . .,,. jx., ..- 4 Y, ,W i F E ,-'A -4.2: f M V z., ,,""1 1' . 2 f tx ' , 1-1 v 'wr .Q Q. P MQEECQ 7TH GRADE-H.R.-202, Mr. Cordon Hovatter-Row I : E. Clinebell, S. Kreger, S. Champ, E, Twigg, M. Collins. Row II: R. Hare, R. Metz, B. Martin, D. Miller. Row III: R. Case, C. Everly, G. Miller, J. Griiliths, F, Parsons. Row IV: R. lenkins. G. Rice, R. Don, L. Winfield. Row V: H. Stallings, E. Decker. Q Antwfffi we i ig f FCEGII? ,ibiizvg-QW gf' ig, E " f I .Af M- nffv, V 151 M 1 1-:L .X I . .. ? ?5 :f:,yV1 :. Y X A - : ,S d I J with .V . - . 5 X. V The SABRE photographer catches Mr. McVicker and Mr. Heisey working out one of Fort Hill's many problems. EIGHTH GRADE STH GRADE-H.R.-305, Miss Christine Alderton-Row I: D. Detrick, E. Evans, S. Hidey, T. Demott, J. Twigg. Row II: W. Taylor, E, Fisher, R. Walhurn, R. Barhero. Row III: M. Howdershell, R. Cosner, D. Sewell, B, Reed, J. Balch. Row IV: V. Baker, K, Ruckman, S. Pryor, C. Courtney. Row V: E. Abbot, W. Lockard, D. Hewitt, G. Green, D. Wills. Row VI: G, Shaffer, D. Swan, L. Orndorff, S. Robinson. Row VII: C. Neild, C. Cyzick, C. Smith, L. Golden, G, Christopher. Row VIII: R. Henry, S, Saville, G. O'Neil, D. Merrill. Row IX: W. Berry. BTH GRADE-H.R.-203, Mr. Edgar Reynolds-Row I: V. Yontorno, E, Leasure, R. Simpson, R. Ketterman, J. Hanifm. Row II: V. Gideon, L. Brant, E. Sirbaugh, D. Coakley. Row III: R. Cook, G. Hartung, F. Timbrook, E, Huff, F. Herath. Row IV: B. Martin, B. White, D. Jolley, J. Squires. Row V: R. Swick, D. Windish, J. Squires, D. Grim, G. Hahne. Row VI: M. Armbruster, M. Atkinson, E. Alabaugh, S. Rit- Ienour. Row VII: C. Laslo, P. Titchnell, B. Dibert, J. Shryock, M. Hast. Row VIII: J. Rowley, R. Simons, 8TH GRADE-H.R.-142, Miss Annetta Yates-Row I: W Campbell, M. Thompson, N, Curtis, J, Graham, W. Duncan Row II: J. Pullen, C. Growden, S. Beckman, S. Largent Row III: R. Chaney, B, Valentine, R, Gordon, P. Fields, D Corley. Row IV: S. Talley, D. Gurtler, K. See, M. Schwen- ninger. Row V: G. Beckward, D. Merckel, R. Twigg, R Barnes, R. Cross. Row VI: M. Furlow, J. Davis, J. Graham, E. Reckley, L. Hannas. Row VII: C. Orndoff, S. Twigg, L Thomas, R. Reynolds. Row VIII: L. Riley, J. Wright, J Shobe, G, Jolin, L. Nield. 8TH GRADE-H.R.-213, Mr. Hayden Dawson-Row I: J. Twigg, G. Silber, T. Simpson, R. Orvalle, B. Spangler. Row II: J. Crane, K. Poland, A. Spence., J. Self. Row III: R. Walizer, G. Valentine, D. Hendrick, M. Malcolm, R. Burns. Row IV: C. Jones, L. Payne, P. Athey, L. Mower. Row V: C. Blume, F. Palumbo, M. Hixson, G. Durbin, R. Dyer. Row VI: D. Cook, R. York, l. Arbogast, K. Gill. Row VII: L, Robertson, H. lser, C. Stimmel, J. Brown, D. Bible. Row VIII: G. Hen- drickson, D, Bramble, R. Leutert, A. Wharton. STH GRADE-H.R.-314, Mrs. Nellie. Hilton-Row I: J. Shipley, G. Burns, G. Morgan, F. Clingerman, J. Bierman. Row II: P. Leigh, P. Wilson, M. Ritchie, C, White. Row III: G. Frazze, H. Brown, D. Sheetz, D. White, J. Twigg. Row IV: S. Leighty, L. Mason, B. Bowlinger, P. Natale. Row V: N. Bland, J. Welch, D. Barns, P. Ervin, S. Logan. Row VI: N. Baker, L. Barb, S. Shook, B. Shoud. Row VII: A. Koch, J. Irons, R. McDonald, J. Youngblood, B. Evans. Row VIII: D. Riggleman, S. Brehrn, J. Simpson, L. Fisher. Row IX: T. Wanda. 8TH GRADE-H.R.-208, Mrs. Veronica Schleifman-Row I: S. Wilson, L. Rankin, F, Myers, L, Bloss, J. Simpson. Row II: C. Wilgus, L. Parker, J. Price, J. Thomas. Row III: J. Chisholm, J. Pague, G. Brinkman, J. Dawson, G. Leith. Row IV: L. Mclillish, J. Alt, R. Hansford, S. Bloss. Row V: D. Ohler, V. Sharnbaugh, M. Ritchie, E. Stickley, N. Hedrick. Row VI: L. Jenkins, N. George, L. Coffman, R. Porter, D. Stimmel. Row VII: J, Mertens, G, Buckley, R. Gentry, B. Hennesy. Row VIII: R. Miller, R. Lease, S. Huffman. 8TH GRADE-H. R. 211, Mr. James Eckard-Row I: J. Merrill, J. Saville, W. Blubaugh, C. Garland, G. Sherwood. Row II: O. Davis, D. Alexander, R. Reckley, M. Adams. Row III: L. Stevey, D. Castle, J. Chambers, D. Thompson, H. Bramball. Row IV: J. Wolfe, D. Forebeck, M. Dayton, S. Bittinger. Row V: S. Henry, S. Peer, C, Sibley, J. Yost, A. Sommerlatt. Row VI: S. George, S, Hartman, J. Leutert, S. McClelland. Row VII: R. Logsdon, J. Grabenstein, P. Martin, D, Seeders, J. Bearinger. Row VIII: F. Wrightsman, R. Miller. STH GRADE-H.R.-14-2A, Mr. Harold Hanson-Row I: B. Saville, J. Heavner, L. Williams, J. Rowan, T. Hedrick. Row II: S. Light, L. Spiker, J. Livingood, V. Davidson. Row III: J. Durbin, D. Zerbus, B. Witman, S. Atkinson, B. Hansrote. Row IV: C. Sisk, B. Rhodes, J. Hitchins, J. Shiminger. Row V: J. Lewis, R. Durbin, R. Cubbage, R. Kemet, R. Frankfort. Row VI: S. Goss, S, Adam, B. Proudfoot, K. Mort. Row VII: D. McCullough, N. Reed, G. Wise, J. Wilson, B. Shobe. Row VIII: F. Shercliff, M, Harbaugh, E. Oster, L. Raye. Row IX: B. Stevens. L 11 -Z1Q : ' f A ' -M J .:-,. I ie I y s . if .SEV VJ pkl ivntw V- 5 wi Mr '-'inf A ' E .,b.,. f .tim 8TH GRADE-H.R.-308, Miss Jean Bowen-Row I: J. Har- vey, W. Allen, N. Smith, B. Adams, D. Vanetta. Row II: J. Cordry, J. Blizzard, R. Lease, R. Llewelyn. Row III: S. Taylor, N. Helmstetter, M. Sulser, P. Sisler, G. Sommerkamp. Row IV: G, Eastan, E. Keller, G. Shaffer, R. Davies. Row V: H. Bittner, G. Winters, R .Mummert, E. Boor, R. Freno. Row VI: J. Pfeiffer, W. Harris, P. Plummer, D, Conway. Row VII: A. Cross, G. McGee, C. Appel, T. Skelley, R. Wil- liams, val Q 8TH GRADE-H.R.-235, Mr. Thomas Murphy-Row I: P. Bobo, S. Hare, N. Lodgsdon, P. Yost, L. Hare. Row II: D. Hopwood, R. Hershiser, L. Garlitz, G, Gray. Row III: D. Miller. S, Miller, E. Johnson, E. Humbertson, C. Bennett. Row IV: B. Wakefield, M. Campbell, P. Hardmen, J. Carroll. Row V: M. Pannone, F. Jackson, J. Knoehe, K. Plummer, P. Flannagan. Row VI: C. Lambert, B. Dielh, M. Albirtis, A. Heavner. Row VII: H. Plummer, B. Hansrote, -L. Maires, B. Miller. STH GRADE-H.R.-308A, Mr. Robert Moran-Row I: R. Hahn, G. Perry, W. Welch, L. Roby, C. Nery. Row II: M. Spence, S, Swiek, H. Robertson, C. Robertson. Row III: R. Trexler, M. lsner, A. Bunkman, D. Beckman, R. Mason. Row IV: A. Cosgrove, P. Miller, B, Purdham, F. Metz. Row V: B. Peck, R. Horn, C. Lapp, C. Hammersmith. 8TH GRADE-H.R.-306, Mr, John Martin-Row I: C. Nel- son, L. Huff, E. Lantz, R. Kerns, R. May. Row II: G. Miller, P. Bunner, R. Gentry, S. Morris. Row III: D. Dirchs, C. Gilpin, T. Waters, B. Brennet, S. Welsh, Row IV: G. Harman, K. Clark, J. Moore, R. Keefer. Row V: R. Shobe, B. Gulick, R, Bobo, J. York, R. Michael. 8TH GRADE-H.R.-215, Mr. Edgar Dawson-Row I: B Deetz, C. Cramer, C. Davis, R. Saville, D, Aman. Raw II S. Gordon, S. Swick, V. Shade, S. Shreve. Row III: R Thompson, G, Dicken, P. Dicken, C. Metzger, D. Emerick Row IV: L. Alkire, L. Landis, S. Hudson, R. Sponaugle Row V: W. Plummer, T, Bonner, D. Dicken, E. Groves, H Young. Row VI: J. Stevens. 9TH GRADE-H.R.-220, Mr. .lohn Frank-Raw I : L. Bible, M, Fisher, S. Owens, P. Montgomery, J. Fleischauer. Row II: C. Hamilton, J. Fatkin, R. McElfish, 0. Perkins. Row III: J. Rees, K. Dill, B. Knippenburg, S. Schlunt, F. Krietzburg. Row IV: D. Leecy, S. Boone, S. Sampson, J. Shipway. Row V: B. Steward, G. Proudfoot, S, Almond, J. Hensell, C, Davis. Row VI: H. Reynolds, J. Hudson, R. Reynolds, R. Dickinson. Row VII: D. Diggs, D. Clem, D. Hozle, J. Lance, F. Struckman. Row VIII: C. Davy, K, Thomas, R. McFailand, H. Edminston. Row IX: V. DelaGrange, L. Malone, R. Whally. NINTH GRADE As leaders of the junior high, the ninth grade students portray the roles of good citizens. They strive to attain the goals set for them in the Student's Creed by developing high sandards of character, and by practicing honesty and cheerful obedience in the class- room. The Creed also helps them to mold their ideas and beliefs so that they will become the senior leaders of the future. Ruth Ann Beck Jim Brant and Janice Hare are being told something interesting by Jeanie Crabtree, while Deloris Long, Eileen Middleton Linda Shatzer Jo Ann Malone Clayton Oster Beverly Buser, Sandy Huff, Cathy Robertson, Donna Martin, Brenda 'Vliller and Harry Rice demonstrate typing techniques in Mr Price s 6th period typing class. Pictured above are the winners of the Allegany County history and geography contest in Mr. Williams' seventh grade social studies class. Row I: Linda Brant, Denver Corley, Tommy Hedrick, Linda Spiker and Randi Reynolds. Row II: Bernie Hans- rote, Ronald Cross, Paul Fields, Richard Kemet, Creg Christopher, Mary Furlow and Linda Hannis. 9TH GRADE H. R.-222, Miss Lillian Boughton-Row I J. Gornall, K. Shaver, N. Uplinger, B. Powers, L. Robertson Row II: J. Snyder, J. Derrico, R. Stumbaugh, G. Shanholtz. Row III: W. Davis, S. Hansell, J. Sites, C. Beck, B. Clapper, Row IV: L. Bridges, B. Reed, K. Minnick, A. White. Row V W. Thompson, B. Skinner, P. Smith, M. Adams, G. Miller Row VI: S. Crawford, B. Lewis J. Murphy, D. Calhoun Row VII: D. Sturtz, J. Shewbridge, B. Landis, M. Rockman J. Orndorff. Row VIII: R. Long, T. Snider, F. Valentine, W, Brant. 1 9TH GRADE-H. R.-210 Mr. Curtis Gil in-Row I: D. West, f P C. Hendiekson, C. Grove, B. Topper, S. Eaten. Row II: S Weatherholt, L. Athey, C. Athey, J. Ullery. Row III: C. Hanger, B. Knippenburg. J. Rowley, B, Harrison, J. Peten brink. Row IV: C. Gill, R, Lynch, J. Squires, M. Early Row V: D. Snoots, J. Hunt, S. Fuller, J. Martens, T. Lewis Row VI: B. Fey, G. Mower, D. Arhorgast, A. Finley. Row VII R. Robinson. G. ShaHer, K, Snyder, R. Rice, C. Sibley Raw VIII: T. Neal, D. Hoyle, M. Lief, H. McGuire. Row IX G. Nesselrodtle, G. Jewel. 9TH GRADE-H.R.-224, Mrs. Cassie Hast--H.R.-136, Mr Charles Eberly-Row I: B. Stafford, C. Mease, L. Johnson,- B Hull K. Mahon Row II- R. Carne R Ellis . Zem e . , y. . y, . , J how r, F. Shanholtz. Row III: R. Byrn, L. Perdew, J. Hite, L. Rash, J. O'Baker. Row IV: J. Bradfield, T. Luech, E. Hiott, W. Smith. Row V: C. Shailer, S. Tabler, M. McDowell, J. Shank, B. Parsons. Row VI: D. Price, K. DeHaven, K. Barn- hart S. Welsh. Row VII: W. Harper, J Wiley. i 9TH GRADE-H.R.-230, Miss Paula Kalbaugh-H.R.-240 Mr. Lawrence Strem-Row I: J. Craine, S. Appell, C. Hol- comb, J. McKenzie, H. Arnold. Row II: D. Hartman, L. Bloom, C. Smith, M. Wagner. Row III: D. Appleman, M. Durst, W. Williams, G. Smith, D. Maechiel. Row IV: A. Wilson, L. Stemple, L. Norris, D, Dom. Row V: L. Durbin, D. Benson., B. Barst, N. Mower, S. Vandegrift. Row VI: C. Crifiith, C. Norris, R. Uploe, R. Chaney. Row VII: B. Callis, M. Miller, L. McGuire., M. King, V. Seltzer. Row VIII: E. Volk, S. Nines, D. Deneen, D. Smith. 9TH GRADE-H.R.-230, Miss Paula Kalbaugh-H.R.-24-0, Mr. Lawrence Strem-Row I: D. Diehl, R. Crawford, M. Nixon, C. Phillips, R. Berry. Row II: P. Imler, P. Craft, N. Kesner, J. Stickley. Row III: D. Fey, M. Judy, F. Deter, C. Griiiin, L. Haines. Row IV: B. Wilgus, J. Shepherd, B. Blackin, J. Arnold. Row V: A. Greyson, B. McDonald, S. Crites, S. Burns, N. Clingan. Row VI: T. Hamilton, D. Sibley, C. Leidinger, F. Street. Raw VII: R. Yost, D. Allen, R. Dick, E. Smith, J. Beeseck. Raw VIII: M. McClelland, G. Sapp, S. Mason, B. McKeigh. Row' IX: W. Beckley, R. Clark. eg ' , ' tx QQ 1' 9TH GRADE-H.R.-219, Mrs. Ruth Rephan-Row I: R. Ho- hell, D. Propst, R. Kaiser, R. Twigg, K. Hedrick. Row Il: J. Dolon, J. Moon, J. Claney, C. Cooper. Row III: D. Thomas, E. Bishop, C. Bryant, H. Hepsley, A. Coakley. Row IV: F. Whertz, E. Wilson, T. Everly, R. Brady. Row V: M. Propst, N. Twigg, C. Footen, L. Swauger, S. Beaver. Row VI: C. Tur- bin, P. Boyer, P. Swan, M. Bender. Row VII: M. Stallings, R. Gragg, L. Goss, R. Wallace, D. Slider. Row VIII: B. Miller, B. Eyler, L. Diehl, L. Lewis. Row IX: D, Helmick, L. Keish- ner, J. Valentine. 9TH GRADE-H.R.-212, Mr, Samuel Layman-Row I: C Ullery, B. Kidwell, G. Hamilton, J. Elfritz, L. Rowan. Row II: S. Knippenburg, R, Sirbaugh, J. McBride, J. White. Row III G. Peer, B. Peterson, C. Light, B. Hansrote, L. McDonald: Row IV: J. Hedrick, H, Reynolds, N. Gillum, M. Mazaran Row V. J. Twigg, K. win, J. Lark, T. Neild, E. Martin' Row VI: S. Thomas, S. Seiler, K. Rice, L. Hudson. Row VII: R. Rowe, C. Redinger, L. Shewbridge, B. Jacobs, D. Wigfield Row VIII: J. Francis, R. Minnick, E, Zais, R. Snyder. Editors of the SABRE staff, Esther Mason, Linda Hanifin, Gladys Brown, Pamela George, Charlotte Gragg and Charlynne Hyde pre- sent facts about the layout of the SABRE to Miss Gerardine Pritchard's homeroom. 9TH GRADE-H. R.-105, Mr. Robert Bigler-Row I: S. White, L. Myers, D. Knoche, P. Sarver, E. Shambaugh. Row II: B. Norton, B. Mortzfelt, B. See, M. Rice. Row III: R. Jones, E, Hilligas, A. Lipley, R. Parsons, R. Lichty. Row IV: D. Kearns, B. Cray, L. Breighner, J. Liller. Row V: J. Pope, R. Mayhew, M. Keller, D. Moses, R, Puflenburger. Row VI: C. Mullinax, S. Taylor, A. Frantz, N. Myers. Row VII: C. Marion, E. Miller, S. Swanger, D. Carey, J. Rosser. Row VIII: J. Nines, J. Hershiser, W. Thompson, T. Strawderman. Row IX: D. McMillen. 7 ' L' 3: f 11 ' 'E Lx?-' is 5' X . f 5 'Q' .f f. 5:41 -1 ': V- :.g,., T ' T? 1- '. 3 rj 1 :if .,,g., z -s P' ', 1.-: fr- 1 :- . ,- v 1, -"': -1 :' EYT- ' 1 . i l ii, V 5,52 . B '--l 'r , , ,.,,. J .. ., .1 5.4. -- efs- ' 'F q L' T? f i , .1 if - '. ' Y if 11 3' .- -f' . N . .I - lg:,1, f ggi. :Z 1 -zf.i'S -i , . . U "" 1- '2 R' 'f' -1'-' , ff" : 1' -.Qi 9TH GRADE-H.R.-104, Mr. Wayne Layman-Row 1: J. Crass, D. Karbaugh, J. Merrill, C. Twigg, E. Bolinger. Row II: R. Shipley, A. Snyder, R. Mellotte, D. Jenkins. Row III: Enslinger, N, Parsons, J. Welch, D. Lague, L. Breighner Row IV: E. Keller, C. Huff, A. Dayton, J. Kloisterman Row V: S. Grogg, L. Hilman, G, Gorden, C. Folk, K. Norris. Row VI: L. Shirk, H. Wilson, R. Crites, K. Hilligas. Row VII: J. Shaw, M. Hurt, P. Meccreay, D. See, D. Brown. Row VIII: C. Wilson, I. Golden, D. Brant, F. Brown. Row IX: R. Miller, G. Ralston, G, Green. 9TH GRADE-H.R.-224, Mrs. Cassie Hast-H.R.-136, Mr Charles Eberly-Row I : R. Ryan, D. Deetz, R. Raiton, J. Deihl, A. Dolly. Row II: C. Hoyle, F. Lisanti, A. Shoemaker M. Collins. Row III: T. Hare, J. Baker, T. Arbogast, .l Miller, H. Robely. Row IV: F. Young, N. Miller, C. Plummer B. Parks. Row V: D. Fisher, I. Hill, R, Jones, S. Washington E. Caughan. Row VI: A. Murphy, R. Armolt. - i .. ....f ww . .-.ww 4-nlmvww -1 v 1 ala! in courage so lt cmvicllfongs . . Working through the English department, the coordinating council of the JUNIOR TOWN MEETING presents panel discussions on various topics of local interest. Row I: L. Northcraftg S. Dickinson, S. Lapp, G. Frances, J. Menges, S. Johnson, Row II: K. Berry, J. Wolf, C. Scheiler, C. Gragg, B. Miller, C. Murray, Miss Nellie Willison. Row III: J. Carnell, M. Turk, M. Jones, D. Hiett, J. Miller, P. Davis, B. Wiegand. Row IV: J, Bland, B. Wilson, J. Reuschel, S. Berry, L. Waite. Row V: J. Hunt, T, Williams, T. Lowery, J. Young, B. Dickinson, R. Campbell. Row VI: J. Nikirk, J. Miller, M. Mliller, A. Robcy, W. Turner. Representatives in the JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL assist in carrying out school matters. Row I: J. Shobe, S. Crawford, S. Beaver, J. Shank. Row II: B, Roedes, C. Shipley, C. Davis, C. Mease, C. Phillips, J. Bradfield. Row III: R. Dom, B. Whitman, J. Sfhaw, G. Christopher, N. Halmstetter, G. Perry, D. White, D. Wilson. Row IV: S. Hartmen, T. Bonner, T. Hill, L. Slough, C. Grubb, B. Robey, S. Twigg, G. Williams. 30 -sex if A' A " ,aux f QI' f 035' 1 W, f. By following their motto, '4To extend standards of Christian living through the home," the BOYS HI Y serves the school and com- munity. Row I: R. Bittner, R. White, C. Turban, B. Bosley, J. Hamilton, F. Nimon, G. Shipway. Row II: J. Rice, E. Twigg, A. Petenhrink, D. Perdew, B. Smith. Row III: R. Berkey, P. Green, T. Johnson, W. Seiler, J. Malaehowski, R. Hymes. Row IV: D. Bender, P. Trost, R. Hout, G. Bartik, D. Wratchford. Students of superior leadership, scholastic standing, character, and service compose the Fort Hill Chapterr of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Row I: L. McMichael, C. Pardew, K. Skitarelic, R. WelJe1', D. Norris, C. Allee, B. Linn, C. Mull, C. Gragg. Row II: R. Davis, J. Menges, L. Miller, M. Parsons, V. Magruder, G. Shipway. Row III: J. Hamilton, J. Noel, C. May, C. Kissner, P. Higgs, G. Brown, W. Dickinson. Row IV: R. Bittner, M. Johnson, L. Highland, D- Hill, L- ROWICY, L- Waite, K- BCTTY- Wynne, iwuawwmu- X! I' 'Hn-Q, ,4-M 5 U CIU UDD 22 1--1 W 'Num J.. Ma aa. ima.. fm wma am mai Wim al! fm Li fmaf WI dai ,ui AUDI, . . . Aiding Fort Hill students in the library are the members of the. LIBRARY CLUB. Row I: P. Imler, S. Legeer, S. McGraw, L. Pi- per, C. Sheetz, M. A. Corley, S. Horworth, I. Merrill, L. Bible. Row II: A. Grayson, E, Hoover, D. Bonner, M. A. Projet, B. Kerns, P. Sarver, C. Eaton, J. Goodrich. Row III: B. Landis, L. Bredges, S. Thomas, I. Petenbrink, D. Sturtz, B. Knippenburg, S. Sampson, L. Resh. Row IV: B. Clopper, B. Duckworth, D. McDonald, K. Merkel, G. Wolford, B. Knippenhurg, J. Cook, S, Taylor. Row V: B. Reed, N. Uplinger, P. Swan, C. Turbin, D. Calhoun, C. Cable, S. Tabler. Row VI: .I. Rees, C. Beck, A. Ra-Lller, D. See P. Davis, M. Majuran, S. Burns, S. Vandcrgrift. SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS-Raw I: .I. Carnell, M. Parsons, D. Twigg, C. Crabtree. Row II: M. Kidwell, I. Crab- tree, B. Wilson, A. Schwenninger. Row III: D. Hiett, N. Weese, C. Banker, S. Athey. Row IV: P. Dill, C. Brunner, R. A. Beck, P. Davis. Row V: S. Stickley, R. Mowery, E Burley, N. Valentine. Row VI: C. Pope, D. Beard. Working to supply students with school materials are the members of the BOOK ROOM STAFF, Sharon Blume and Pat Davis. 1 By participating in many play productions under the guidance Cape Canaveral count down 5, 4, 3, 2,1,0!!! Turkey dinner, of Miss Helen Smith, the members of the, THESPIANS dis- anyone? play their talents as actors and actresses. Row I: QB, Dickin-We V- - . . son, C. Mull, J. Sullivan, D. Martin, J. Hamilto1't'.'RQw,Ilf: , D. Hill, R. Beck, C. Murray, L. Miller, L. Highland,,."R"oiw III: I B. Lawyer, B. Hinkle, B. Swan, B. Seiler. Row IV.: J.,bMala-i 1 chowski, Miss Helen Smith, B. Hymes, P. Shannonfi Row"V: T. Johnson, G, Smith. ' A' 1 . Under the direction of Miss Helen Smith, the FORT PLAYERS stndy and produce drama. Row I: J. Hamilton-, B. J. Atkinson, V. Busch. Row II: M. Hare, J. McGinn, V-JQ Stifllivan, D. Martin, B. Dicken, G. Francis, S. Lapp. Row III: B. Mertens, L. Highland, B. Hinkle, B. Swan, M. Lewis, 5. Dicliens1on,'A'.'Bryant, N. Montgomery. Row IV: D. Hill, C. Mull, D. Zimmerman, J. Carnell, J, Corrigan, N. Parker, aD, Huffman, P. Sulser, N. Parks, J. Murray. Row V: G. Windish, B. Beck, E. Burge, A. Ault, L. Clitcs, J. Dyche, P. Cross, L."'Miller, D. Hich. Row VI: J. Rice, B. Carhaugh, J. Meeks, S. Calhoun, D. Buzzard, J. Spence, C. Johnson, l. Crabtree, J. Malachowski. Row VII: G. Smith, D. Edmonson, T. Johnson, P. Shan- non, B. Hymes, B. Long, B. Lawyer, B. Siehler, W. Merrill, B. Dickinson. - f' .ts :-m a.i.s1fwa1ta:1i1unm fwf. was i--at-v rf, is an --in-nl :nm , .wat .ye JOHN MCVICKER, V-PRINCIPAL Contributing his knowledge of school affairs, Mr. John lVlcVicker aids the student body in many Ways. Being the chief assistant to our principal, he takes over the duties of that office in Mr. Heisey's absence. Truants are placed under Mr. McVicker,s care for guidance and discipline. Absentee sheets are com- posed according to his directions and the school an- nouncements concerning the clubs and activities of the students are made by Mr. lVlcVicker or with his approval. VICTOR D. HEISEY, PRINCIPAL Executing his position as principal of Fort Hill High School, Mr. Victor D. Heisey exemplilies the true meaning of the Student's Creed. Throughout his tedious hours as the leader of our school, Mr. Heisey puts into practice the ideas expressed in the Creed. His patience and understanding have been added to by his many years of experience. He upholds the ideals of honest Work and generous comradeship. His loyalty to Fort Hill is demonstrated in the quiet manner in which he attends his daily duties. In this, his twenty-fifth year of service to Fort Hill, Mr. Hei- sey is attributed with much honor for, by his courage of high convictions, he has inspired us, the students, to lead better and more meaningful lives in our com- munity. RALPH WIMER, GUIDANCE DIRECTOR Mr. Ralph Wimer is a definite link in building a strong foundation for the student's future. With his Wisdom and understanding, Mr. Wimcr helps each student select his course of study and extracurricular activities to coincide with his objectives and am- bitions in life. Carolee Kissner consults Mr. Wimer concerning plans for her future. Mrs. 6'Kitty,' Wilson Two persons essential on the Hilltop are the sec- retaries, Mrs. Kathryn Pafel Wilson and Mrs. Rosalie Ruckman. Their duties consist of keeping financial records, balancing the budget, and supervising the counting of ballots for school elections. Aside from their regular tasks, '4Ki15ty" and Rosalie also assist students, teachers, and visitors with their various problems. Mrs. Rosalie Ruckman asf. f . Christine Alderton, M. Ed., U. of Maryland-Math, Kappa Tri Hi-Y . . . Lee Alexander, B. S., Penn State -Vocational Shop, Stage Crew . . . Hannah Allarnong, M. Ed., U. of Maryland-Business Math, Psychology . . . Naomi Bennett, A. B., Susquehanna U.-English, World History, Librarian, Library Club . . . Robert Bigler, M. S., Ohio State-General Science. - J "'- " . 5. ,Eff , , Qffiffl . 1' -- f f 3 W e f'ii1"V - " ', 71. . . it wearer iwQQawe A mr "" ,, . 3 F 1 .ia ...Q ,,. 5,5 , 1 v -1-ggi .Q M, .. f --,,-, ., .5 , ,.. ,. -. , ... -.ff-fr ., . .. ,,,,, .,, 9 I MEMORIAM. .. MA man to match the monntainsf' ln the late summer of 1960, men, women and children throughout the community and state were saddened by the death of Mr. Orble B. Boughton, educator, administrator, and friend. Fort Hill High School was privileged to be one of the many groups in which Mr. Boughton worked with inspired purpose and dedication. His 'quiet strength, creative intellect, understanding of young people and adults, firm in- tegrity, and spirit of kindness and sympathy exerted an abiding inHuence upon all whose lives he touched. Now there is 'aa lonesome place against the sky." Lillian Boaghton, M. A., Columbia U-English . . . Jean Bowen, A. B., U. of Maryland-English . . . Earle Bracey, A. M., U. of Michigan-Projection Crew, Attendance . . . Twila Brotemarkle, M. Ed., U. of Mary- land'-English . . . Willard Burcharcl, Litt. M., U. of Pittsburgh-Chemistry, Physical Science. '22 mf . , 3 Mr + D. 4. 1, . Q, if mir ' . j . ilifwvi iyeim fa we wY3"A"Sl'7 K :fy af' ? xlniwqau .f t p 3 ! . ,L 5+ 'Q TLS Y' 4 . P' Q, if , L ,v it. 3 n .,., Ek . , .mi .55 Miss G. Alderton Mr. L. Alexander Miss L. Boughton Miss J. Bowen 5' J ,. . ..+ . Q1 in 1 w H.. Q . . 53- -.4 ..,9'. 4 . .w,,,, .. ef, ff wx .fig vi sa SQ wa.. it it + .. ,, . ...p g Mrs. H. Allamong Mr, E. Bracey 1 af. , ,1 P, W ,, .--,ip at ye .1 . .. . .ws V , , , -.. , ,, aft? , VVAK. X ,,. gg? , 9 2 91:11 , 5 ral Mrs. N. Bennett Mr. R. Bigler Miss T. Brotemarkle . 1 . -,fp Mr. W. Burchard K ..- 15 43 i 25, Miss M. Calemine Mr. J. Cavanaugh Mr. C. Eherly Mr. J. Eckard ,Q 't 'Y -S. - ' we:,,,, m.,lg,,,,,,,. sf- . ..,,,agiSy5.. . If 5 . 6 . W- N ,K vm, ' mid i: :sq 1 4 P Sm l -5 'A ills: E xx' , H V. . L.,A.,lV , .,g, , .,.f .H , Y' 2 .Ja as 223 , 5 if Mary Calemine, M. A., West Virginia U.-English, Journalism, Sentinel . . . John Cavanangh, A. B., Wash- ington College-Physical Education, Baseball . . . Kathleen Cambee, A. B., Emory University-English, Senior Class Adviser . . . Eclgar Dawson, B. S., Frost- burg State Teachers College-English, J. V. Football and Track . . . Hayden Dawson, B. S., Frostburg State Teachers College-English, Social Studies, Beading, J. V. Football. Miss K. Cumbee. Mrs. J. Eckard Mr. E. Dawson Mr. J. Engle ' , ' in Vk E, U .5 7, f. W 3 J ' '53 ' ' EQ? . f iii ji: I , ,-5 v i: L XP 2 . . e ng, W his ,, sf . :.f1a'..,sf ,, ff-Q' I, ez . W 1 1' 'iN:i3h2'l"i,f?E!TT1f7si. "f:5?W:5g'ff1e5?i3EPzf5sfI 751' . sl ,f ' . 1-" ':ff'fp,,: merge ' few., , .. , Q, ,,,-,,1,iKe,,,,.,,,,,5,a 5-,,,,, . I .,,,.,,,,i,,,,,,,,gf, .,f2.,, .rs .ss - ,neg -i 5 . 6. Charles Eberly, B. S., F rostburg Teachers College- Industrial Arts . . . fames Eclcard, B. S., F rostburg State Teachers College-Civics, Social Studies, Basket- ball . . . foanne Eckard, B. S., Frostburg State Teachers College-Physical Education, Cheerleaders . . . James Engle, M. A., Columbia U.-Psychology, uSABRE,,, Photography . . . Cecile Erickson, M. A., Columbia U.-Art, Poster Club. Teachers, celebrating their Silver Anniversary, are shown looking at a copy of the first Fort Hill SABRE. Row I: Miss Lillian Myers, Miss Gerardine Pritchard, Mr. Victor D. Heisey, Principalg Mrs. Kathryn Wilson, Secretary, and Mrs. Veronica Schleif- man. Row II: Miss Gertrude Ranck, Miss Yola Hudson, Miss Martha Rice, Mr. Carl Ritchie, Miss Lillian Boughton and Mr. Warren Shumaker. Row III: Mr. Thomas Hinds, Mr. John Cavanaugh, Mr. Paul Perdew, Mr. Robert Morris and Miss Helen Smith. Mr. H. Dawson Mrs. C. Erickson ,,., .,,, .,V,,,. X' . ,Q . ,. ,, , ,...., , ,,,,. , ,HL me , ' l ,n,,..l 13 .. . ,..,, , ., Ri ' . .'A, L33 ' ages is v Wu is r , . I , s ,I xl? xi sts . ' Q' X. . t , Prtax-wit , at , -t,,.:,.t 'si - lf: . ' ' .Jx ' t giiif-larlf L K .. . i K an ,KL X4 for ls Q H - ez ,K Mr. I. Ferguson L, Z ,Qt gf, 5 35 f N5 1 if It has f i , . 4 2 P, 3 like Wi .5 4 5 M V, . r . -, f, o.,:fs,g'an-. V x f4sfsZ:.vS:w:-Q, Q .. . g tqif afggfggigg Wa. .-f' f .,f5f'w'Hff . Sri! 1' sflf - 3331. 4 .., 7 - i..2' 3 ,. ,. k issi- f .xt fees' 5 K - W i , f ,L -531.1- Mr. P. Flick MY- .l. Frank 4 as X ze 'unix 'a . S , W I 5 Y ,, , :. we , ,,5Sfi,,, 5 t ,f 1, , was ,s l W ft -:iv y . .eff fs, ef , also 5535 s ,Mira 2 i wit at es My me , 3 .3 K K 5 F ? 17 35 5 it V his Km xx 8 T 5 , Q . X. , YZ all tt., , .Qi ,I haf Mr. A. Fritz Mr. C. Gilpin John Ferguson, B. S., East Stroudsburg-Drafting, Soience . . . Paul Flick, B.S., Shepherd College- Social Studies, Football, Track . . . John Frank, B. S., Frostburg State Teachers College-Algebra I, General Math., J. V. Football, Social Studies . . . Alfred Fritz, B. S., California State College-Economics, Monitors Club Curtis Gilpin, M. Ed., University of Maryland-AL gebra, General Math, Social Studies . . . Harold Han- son, M. A., Columbia U.-Music, lr. and Sr. Boys, Glee Clubs, Jr. and Sr. Boys' Ensemble . . . Cassie Hast, B. S., West Virginia U.-Home Economics, .lunior Red Cross . . . Nellie Hilton, M. Ed., U. of Maryland-Social Studies . . . Thomas Hinds, B.S., Western Michigan U.-Vocational Machine Shop, ln- dustrial Arts, Metal G. Athey, M. Turk, G. Singleton, D. Athey, J, Price and B. Emerick are shown doing an experiment oi simple distillation of water in Mr. Leeson's senior science class Mr. H. Hanson Mrs. C Hast Mrs N HlltOD Mr T Hinds Q K J ,.,, el . W we U 5. S S5 34 be fi. , im: . is A V I Q M 1 V 51,14 3, rl fig., K ,M 1 f' v' ' l.. J ? W 4 ff if V 2 0 Q, M ' 359 . 1 '- A X --.. 1265 1 ,sffff ' 'A A.'J.+w-as X, 'v1f'f4.Ul,', Mrs H Hines Mr. C. Hovatter Miss Y. Hudson Hila Hines, B. S., Frostburg State Teachers College -Reading, Delta Tri-Hi-Y . . . Gordon H ovatter, B. S., Frostburg State Teachers College-English, Science, Social Studies, Reading . . . Yola Hudson, B. S., U. of Maryland-Home Economics . . . Paula Kalbuagh, B. S., West Virginia U.,-Home Economics . . . Ed- wena Kraus, A. B., Western Maryland-Latin, Na- tional Honor Society. David La F on, M. A., West Virginia U.-Typing I, Shorthand I, Economics, Ushers, Student Council . . . Charles Lattimer, B. S., U. of Maryland-Physical Education, Football . . Lorene Laub, M. S., Temple U.-Plane Geometry, Algebra II . . . Samuel Layman, B. S., Frostburg State Teachers College-Math, Al- gebra. A Mortzfelt H Rhodes, D. Colbert, L. Ballou, J. Del Busso, R. Blank and F. White exhibit their proJects 111 wood shop, X 2. 4.1 . , - TY ' E . aes 1 . . '4..': 'S' radii? , :x4::: . Miss E. Kraus Mr. D. LaFon 55L55lfT f ' I 1 - j"Y.l'g1 ,-,L 2 .-. ffliifiw. ,, , . 4 -fe. .Y iii E . , ,.,. s, ' - J 12114321 Mr. C. Lattimer Mrs. L. Laub Mr. S. Layman ...mu -M ......,..asw 1- fRE?4 , lHs1' i i we 'frxf' E ,.,V ,.': . , A Eif , .. m,,m-, Mr. T. Murphy Miss L. Myers Mr. R. Nutter . I Haifa I-qs-zz ' 35255 H 'F-'Yfif 'L . star t- ' ., qui' .1 wi: ' - .L'5 ?f:" I , arid J" iiQ ilii V 2!?::Z-lis'gf't- .. Fi.. : if 3 ,Q ., 5 is., 1.. Siifffiia 13331-2 .' 'ffi - Mr. I. Reed Miss G. Pritchard Miss G. Ranck Thomas Murphy, A. B., Fairmont Teachers College- Art, Cross Country . . . Lillian Myers, M. A., Western Maryland College-U. S. History, Alpha Beta Tri Hi Y . . . Robert Natter, M. S., U. of West Virginia- Band . . . Paul Perdew, B. S., Gettysburg College- Biology . . . Robert Price, M. Ed., U. of Pittsburgh- Typing, Mimcograph Staff. Science Club. C' 1- , . Q - ' xg, 5 , ' ..i.57ra 1Ss5Exa5r'Href f .. . -. af -was Vg to K . f.,oa11ra,5.: , fa. 1- -- etfsagsia, as we A 2 . 5 i fs L' f 1, Mr. P. Perdcw Mrs. R. Rephan ,, a W ie , , ,M vt egg' fm M tm 2 K W., , it L 'idrffat H H N .waf?,fi ,Q , ,:,.m'?5 4 at ,Reggie 3 ggi am!! N xsrage MQ? , M Mr. R. Price Q 2 - FY fr' " " f fl..-ff' kr 1 .3 F2 1 -we? 5129 515 12 . ..-- ,wil .. 1 tzgz . - . H?- .,, 4 " ,s1's1.grg52,SQ.sfl' ' xiii . n ' , .gfgigi 1 ,, f i -'. Q .V is .',:fj2m, , 1 -1 J ' L Ease-"A- 1. ' "-riffs, .,:-s1'nf2.2F. f fiss- wzff,'?1.a. w iv K -we ras. as ss f v - -f Mr. E. Reynolds Gerardine Pritchard, M. A., U. of Maryland-English, Honor Society, Sr. Class Adviser, T eenpage, Scrap- book, Scribes of 61 . . . Gertrude Ranch, A. B., Western Maryland College-Librarian, Library Club . . . John Reed, B. S., Shippensburg State College-Biology, Bowling Club . . . Ruth Rephan, B. S, Frostburg State Teachers College-English . . . Edgar Reynolds, M. S., West Virginia U.--Physical Science, Science, Hi Y, Mr. Spoerl watches as Mr. McGaughey shows seniors Leo Bowan, Pat Cross, Linda Shatzer and Pat Ernmart the engine of one of the new driver education cars. Miss M. Rice Mr. C. Ritchie Mr. V. Robeson Mrs. V. Schleifman Mrs. R. Shobe Martha Rice, A. B., Western Maryland College-Busi- ness Science, Civics . . . Carl Ritchie, M. E., U. of Pittsburgh-Bookkeeping, Shorthand II, Bookroom, Senior Financial Adviser . . . Vernon Robeson, B. S. Frostburg State Teachers College-Driver Education . . . Veronica Schleifman, A. B., Western Maryland College-Mathematics . . . Rosalie Shobe, M. Ed. Johns Hopkins University-Mathematics. Warren Shamaker M. A. Middleburg College-Latin, Spanish, Beading, Foreign Lancuage Clubs . . . Charles Smith B. S. Frostburff State Teachers College-Sci ence, J. V. Basketball . . . Helen Smith A. B. Western Maryland College-Speech English Thespians, Fort Hill Players . . . Henrietta Snyder A. B. Western Maryland College-Physical Education, Basketball Volleyball Track. Diane Baker, Bonnie: Dicken, Marsha Kidwell and Alice Schwenninger do the lnokie-pokie with some of the children who attended the play school sponsored by the Home Economics Department Miss H. Smith Mrs. H. Snyder '35-. Q. 5 xx it t ga. ea r . 4 me 4 Q mv rf I Q 1 it sf- 1631 il X K i il' ff 1....., - as 1 .. u W if ' 1, K 2 is X rf Qu ? . . fn wemteig, s . va ". 1 .. . , , 0, . . g 5 3' o' 'Z 1 is 11 ,M . . 'if 7 7 ff a 9 U 7 I 7 7 9 9 7 3 7 5 Mr. W. Sliumaker Mr. C. Smith rtot S . ,. ' I K V . ' Y-f f f' 1 as f at 'ollo ' 'W at .P i V-41 ' lli 'V iiii- 1. 1 r 1 3 - j 'Sit 'A gl , i y ,, og.. , , S, l A M l X 1 D i ii 'z Mr. L. Strem Miss N. Teter Mr. W. Williams Miss N. Willison J. Hamilton, C. Mowen, C. Skidmore, B. Seiler, J. McGinn, P. Tr ost, P. Green, B. Swan, R. Smith, C. Murray a.nd J. Malachowski are sorting and packing food collected by the Hi Y Clubs for the annual Thanksgiving food drive. Lawrence Strem, M. Ed., University of Pennsylvania -Drafting . . . Naomi Teter, M. Ed., U. of Maryland- Reading . . . William Williams, M. Ed., U. of Mary- land-Social Studies . . . Nellie Willison, A. B., West- ern Maryland College-English, Jr. Town Meeting. Mrs. I. Wimer 'ls Mr. D. Workman .,,k. ,ig 45 Irene W imer, A. B., Davis and Elkins College-World History . . . Donald Workman, M. A., Lehigh U.- U. S. History, World History . . . Mary Workman, M. Ed., U. of Maryland-English . . . Annelta Yates, A. B., Western Maryland College-Music, ,l r. and Sr. High Girls Glee Club, Choir. Miss M. Workman Miss A. Yates 0 as ka ,W WL at Carolyn Cooper and Ronnie Godlove were selected as the students witli the most pleasing personality. The best dressed boy and girl of the senior class are Diane Cooper and Raymond Campbell. Representing the senior class as most Raymond Campbell. attractive boy Representing the senior class as most attractive girl is Billie lean Atkinson. Selected as the most athletic in the senior class are Lillian David Norris and Roseann Weber were selected the most Rowley and Bob Shewbridge. studious members of the class. f 46 fx xr f if X is -au.. mae... SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, L. to R., Row I: Beverly Brown, treasurer: Colon Smith, president, Nlancy Shriver, secretary. Standing Delbert Proudfoot, vice-president, Mrs. Nellie Hilton, adviser. 10TH GRADE-H.R.-131, Miss Mary Workman-Row I: D. Sommerlott, M. Cessna, C. Sweitzer, E. Davis, T. Starkey. Row II: E. Kaylor, E, Hare, J. Adam, K. Hausman. Row III: M. McMichael, T. Gentry, P. Yaider, R. McKenney, S. Mc- Eliish. Row IV: C. Twigg, J. Kelly, J. Welsh, J. Nelson, Row V: B. Lowery, G. Kissner, K. Irons, J. Mongold, J. Bland. Row VI: P. Moyer, A. Swartzwelder, R. Llewellyn, A. Kimble. Row VII: E. Kemmitt, B. Stevens, R. Spenser, G. Turner, D. Taylor. Row VIII: EI. Walters, D. Grimm, P. Toy, C. Bosley. Row IX: D. Abbott, R. Daniels, J. Combs R. McGacky. Te nth fade Under the leadership of Mrs. Nellie Hilton, ad- viser, and its ofhcers, the Sophomore class planned their activities successfully. Highlights of their first year in senior high school were the entry of "Antic Spring" in the play tournaments and the Sophomore Hop. They will always be remembered for their keen minds and developed habits with which they worked well together as a class. The Sophomore class -of '61 has left behind them a well-paved road for the oncoming class to follow. 10TH GRADE-H.R.-217, Mrs. Irene Weimer-Row I: V. Koegel, M. Brant, J. Young, B. Aldridge, L. Piper. Row II: M. Deiter, R. Fleet, H. Bible, E, Lease. Row III: B. Ralston, J. Wolfe, L. Northcraft, S. DeHaven, J. Myers. Row IV: M. Getz, R. Crawford, H. Crowfis, P. Mitchell. Row V: J. Tysinger. J. Hansrote, J. Hansrote, L. Winestine, S. Elkins Row VI: W. Weisman, J. Gilford, B. Chaney, C, Owens Row VII: T, Williams, W. Weigelt, L. Himmler, T. Cox, R. Hymes. Row VIII: D. Helm, J. Belt, S. 'Feltz, C. Nazelrod. Row IX: J. Wormack, P. Wilson. 10TH GRADE-H.R.-14213, Mr. James Engle-H. R.-229, Miss Mary Martin-Row I: W. Athey, G. Leipert, M. Corley, H White, W. Dayton. Row II: M. Green, N. Goss, E. Brote- markle, J. Cook. Row III: A. Smoot, M. Byrnes, D. Melzer, G. Sibert, E. Douglas. Row IV: S. Anderson, C. Gable, B Williams, C. Erickson. Row V: J. Slocomb, T. Lewis, B. See, M. Pryer, D. Magruder. Row VI: D. Decker, J. Miller, J. Root, B. Barnsticker. Row VII: L. Hanekamp, K. Brown, A. Simpson. tffiff fls 3 s N AT re NAii"W"":r1-' iet' L . 3' , L JQ sbli , I g HH-1-I LH . :. Shirley Stickley enters the eu-kk and pulls the hica-ma-jig that closes the doom-a-hickey while Mr. LaFon adjusts the thing-a-ma-jig to fix the what-cha-ma-call-it. The SABRE stall can certainly boast of three hard workers on the 1961 SABRE. They are Vada Thomas, Charlene Sibley and Barbara DelaGrange. 3 i i ,gg ,aisafisfass if ei"h ""e f, 2,55 gears Maas 5 'S f Q... Lge. Q, - 1 k i 1 E, , . V "ff"': G .- ' A A 1, ,V,.,.,.. Q , Y "rq A Z fi? f . .. N.:,,.,.s.--...a ,w gzfwfsfs :e..pr,:a. -- - f Q2 ' -, -.1 :.s:1nET??if??na:5k:2:a 5 . 1s:Tfs.w: 71. .f :gf S Lasse, A . ' -,v ' , QSQEET : fa 1 ff ' infgisfqs f -- 'mfg .f-fars.-efb.-asa aafazrg.. ,L.e..1: .f Ms' . 'Q+f?rFi.'-.Wi -fs'Ptfsfeffh2fK- .,,,3..s:-5aRsx,..,,..y.-.4 ,,-,., - - . . , . .- .- ,-was Us -..fg.,.:m.....,,x:...,. f.:'.:.f fern. fl ..':' f .-1 rl .. . , f ' ' . 4. -- -" ' ' ' " ' :ss .5 .-L are-'--.:.'s-asv,-f.'-5iv-Za " . '. si'2'1b:' 'lifi-Lifl' vii: -1? ' " zur- as-f J-:il 52594.12 cw .Q 71411-Kai '- . s?f.E5EH'i'5122fN:2 T . . . S fp. N1 L ,152 -sfiggf-riffs:-34.3 -f - 5 GTF:-'alfa::.a:?s,"ggi?3.3f:SK i- -. ...., .uw .M aw -ww F A E-P3Ei?f3fES?Qie?2fiL?1 , , , T.. Q1 iefgiffiiif - . 'J' - f-M H " ri... .5 'TE lf5i?5T32li3i-if - ' "' sv fr- -M " Vjgf.gjf-rigjggjil ji 1 ...-.A A-we -ff - f. ,.. -H 5-ggmigy' , ,. M ...... ,f M... . "'e7"i'i53E6iiZi . - ,.,., M s- ,... ...Fa Sf: - M' "swf ' L M Tiff TQ' . A HA -ff' W' ,M .W Ex , , ,,.s,,2.1-s,6-- V 4, . .. .... x9g52?'Qsffwf.1f.ffssswsQf 10TH GRADE-H.R.-126, Mrs. Madeline Mewshaw-Row I B. Marker, K, Arnold, S. Crabtree, C. Wilson, P. Thomas: Row II: J. McSorlcy, .l. Garland, S. Stickley, J. Stieger. Row III: R. Twigg, B. Keller, J, Everly, D. Lee, P. Brown. Row IV: S. Evans, K. McDough, D. Swauger, C. Liller Row V: B. Murray, R. Nair, T. Propst, J. Knippenburg, T Gray. Row VI: .l. Spiker, W. Syane, M. Cook, J. White How VII G Wolford D Adams R : . , , , . Atkinson, C. Smith, R. Collins. Row VIII: F. Murray, D. Spence, G. Summerers, K. Snyder. 10TH GRADE-H.R.-120, Miss Martha Rice-Row I: S Legeer, F. Roach, R. Imes, G. Adams, I. Goodrich. Row II: D. Conners, S. Smith, I. O'Neal, G. Witt. Row III: A. Getz, B. Brown, L. Merrill, M. Twigg, L. Self. Row IV: J. Emory, P. McGann, S. Granigan, B. Simpson. Row V: S. Pryor, T. Grogg s J. Nee, L. Riggleman, P. Batt. Row VI: F. Abbott, G. Singleton, D. Smith, R. Klosterman. Row VII: K. Joy, .l. Williams, W. Wilson, A. Willison, R. Morgan. Row VIII: H. Henry, S. Johnson, J. Malone. 10TH GRADE-H.R.-238, Mr. .lohn Ferguson-H.R.-229 Miss Mary Martin-Row I: P. Rose, P. Mellottes, R. Clark, J. Robey, P. Daychak. Row II: J, Ritchie, J. Carnell, R. Roach, H. Appel. Row III: B. Heavener, S. Miller, J. Giles, L, Saville, D. Bishop. Row IV: B. Ramsly, R. Ricker, D. Kirchner, R. Rice. Row V: J. Blonskey, D. McDonald, S. Wolfe, M. Propst, R. Hartley. Row VI: C, Shank, G. Elliott, C. Floto, D. Rice. Row VII: D. Galliher, I, Rowe, D. Samson, G. Nealis, B. Rice. 3- f 5 I lt . E , 2 i 2 52 'Quik ii Q J ,.., fe -.f Q W, ,, - gf ft N f3""""""' ' I I I I :elif W 4: 1 " an ' fv- Z . f 5 ,- ,E QVIVA 1 ,, IV , '-., .495 -. ' ,,.... V .. kliu ' ' ,,,, H if f - '1"' . . . 1 'af-5555 ' A 5 .ss "H-m-m-m what do we have here?" seems to be the question that arises as Professor JoAnn Malone and Assistant Pro- fessors Linda Shatzer and Pauline Troutman check the drill press. 10TH GRADE-H.R.-101, Mr, Paul Perdew-Raw I: V. Kreger, B. Plummer, M. Appold, B. Duckworth, S. Simpson. Row II: G. Reckley, J. Fairell, Nelson, R. Reed. Row III: J. Green, B. Boyer, J. Helrnick, S. Smith, D. Wilson. Row IV: E. Sleder, B. Orndorfl, R. James, D. Irons. Row V: R. Keller, S. McElfish, R. Alexander, G. Wanda, C. Ullerly. Row VI: W. Dean, R. Bennett, C. Manges, M. Miller. Row VII: N. Schriven, W. Hartung, L. Silber, T. Miller, R. Daniels. Row' VIII: J. Shook, L, Breighner, R. Deremer, B. Kerns. Row IX: T. Lowery, R. Welty. 10TH GRADEPH. R.-106, Mr. John Reed-Row I: C. Griggs S. Ritz, C, Resh, S. Bowers, L. Miller, S. Berry. Row IV: L. Hammond, C. Bectol, J. Hout, R. Adams. Row V: B. Wiegand, L. Mort, V. Barnes, J. Wilson, D. Bonner. Row VI: S. Lewis, M. Thompson, J. Brewer, D. Campbell. Row VII: N. Weber, B. Kerns, L. Peck, D. Westfall, A. Roller. Row VIII: R. Rice, J. Lagratta. . " QW , ., We . J , , R . 5,51 ..f 52, U , we 5 w:g,534 fu ifhwfg .' -wmv-awww N 7 .-.....,...., , ' AQ? W-Ire - A.:p:iLw'Xf MM, , I ,,,, ,. V v - eftwfrzirmfz , .-Af-3yc'7:g'1fg'1':.'--' ' mv.,W.,,..,.,, ' A .tv ....w.u..uuN.w "'4"'lA"?l' M4' -'n , ' '- W...-Maw ...M . ,Lim ,zppsrxw-, fL:f::ffr:",,. w V " V., ' .. -- " 1' ' V. R , . , , ,, Xr wwvvit L, Av ,..r,gv3.affxfo::1M17. ,cm Mir :,,.' M, as Miwgyf ' :fir-Q-11.-vi-1 rkwyrgjg-gb.':-g'.::. i Q? VY :wil 1 s,.QiEQ434,ggQy-rjg uffffrw- f'-W 7 I- E4 ., ,xi-'59, ,J . iw 5 ,.,g1.v,Q.f-fw:f2q2i11 'P ' . 'Q . .1 ,- ivef11?21Cwafweff.1b- ' ' rv ' ral-,'H'.w5,gu.t':f1E1g1: cj ' .. . .: :w fQj2s,S.f,eiss'fQ5,zP1..3.Q, . rf' 1. ffr7T41'J - . . ' ,og ' safari fewforhe:-'g:eL,,mg,gwgef1fseufr1:nam-.armsfzxfftfwifiiwswlffemeewimNM 1:-..fmaxrofstffw,Q-"ff Xfriw-ff'fem42.2421"1fAwL21ff::v1'fg:w':1fsfs-.'1zfqwf:Zas5if'fffin F5353-, , " ,.w'n'w,:g,,y,1'.' mifes15?'?ff.1,f.3,gafr-Qiiitfsw .. ,Q 31'-'P'fr"'W5f,'?91313.f.::pf,:Z:fn2ffmfit'-'M .ff-:H-.-f Amina,IegiwQ:.iv'ifwm-aibg?-.E'22'f2fff1-:,i:-' 1- - -'-+w..r- .ey .W..,...f..,.,.Q. .' .X fi: 'eww'-fxmv:'.f2q9 mi-,S-'v5p,.f.:L-. quiet:f1:M'2f':'c',LfQh:fg'f'EFT' .0515 .-M1 iff" QQ w1"Q'-"'- be 1U'ri'M'?fS?W .fl"T All together' 123 Fort Hills majorettes UD perform at halftime during the powder puff football game. They are Bob Hymes, Harry Bosley, Pat Trost, Bob Smlth Charles Turbm Rich White and Danny Bender, 4 wweessexfmswswfamxwsiwmimxtwev Qaimimeuaibmi WeSkin?F55S29iSPEN?K"5?siBNfe??i5EE5fYll1TEvi,ff-i WF -ff".,.5'lwg iw S. Wagner, S. McGraw, L. Athey, B. Hedrick. Row II: Burall, W. Jewell, G. Hendrickson, L. Reuschel. Row III' JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-L. to r., Raw I: Jane Beery, treasurer, Cynthia Siehle-r, secretary, David Lewis, presidentg David Howser, vice-president, Mrs. Ruth Rephan and Mr. Curtis Gilpin, advisers. Clayton Oster, Dottie Payton, and Richard Parsons are stu- dents who hear no evil, see no evil and speak no evil. 1 W 53 QE ELEVENTH GRADE Preparing for their roles as senior leaders, the members of the junior class have experienced many events which strengthened their ability. Under the guidance of Mrs. Ruth Rephan they produced and directed the Junior Farewell Assembly to pay their iinal respects to the graduates of 1961. Being assisted by Mr. Curtis Gilpin, the Class presented' the Junior Senior Prom, using the theme '4At the Beachl' and their song "Theme From a Summer Placef' Thus, they climaxed a truly successful year. 'is is fr 4- .,,.. I ' 1 " f-YQ' V t 1' H "" 'J' 'l'... 4,8 - --f V-- .. ,, ., .. 2?-v tt 'A' gf 4 'ffl i- . We -' 3' 'rfb-f I ff' .www tm se W ,W A I., , J Z an .. lf ' 5 I 4.-. V, 4 ,Q ,, as as A K ,QL A il f' W . M A 8 -.am .1 .ss - N i 'fi . . ,i . . 8 5 Q ,,... .5 g ,.k- 5 A ' ' il 11TH GRADE-H.R.-115 Mrs. Lorene Laub-Row I: V Thomas, H. May, E. Burge, B. Cornwell, V. Wilson. Raw II N, Mower, D. Wharton, P. White, L. Allee. Row III: R Thomas, J. Heavner, J. Hunt, B. Deter, .l. Williams. Row IV S. Trail, M. Twigg, C. Ranker, C, Maiers. Row V: J. Robb R. McDowell R. Hill R. Miller T. Dean. Row VI: J. Parks B. Knippenberg, M. Keefer, D. Bonner. Row VII: C. Legeer R. Frango, S. Simpson, G. Beerman, W. Clingan. Row VIII: W. Carroll, D. Lynch, G. Weisman, D. Winters, -. -W.. . if C5 , V . A- ,gs is-1 V: tt' ...fl sit, . t. I.- Wouldn't it be funny if Mr. Fritz saw us? 11TH GRADE-H.R.-123, Mr, David Lafon-Row I: P. Troutman, K. Footen, C. Diehl, L. Clites, C. Flora. Row II: J. Bishop, D. Miller, H. Hardinger, L. Mauzey. Row III: I.. Durban, D. Porter, S. Breighner, K. Roby, J. Meeks. Row IV: R. Wills, G. Barnhart, J, McBride, F. Butler. Row V: C. Crone, S. Gnegbf, J. Kubes, C. Maiers, P. Thompson. Row VI: C. Henry, B, Daniels, P. Fisher, R. Parsons. Row VII: R. White, R. Manges. '..":i I pl V i 3 "- 'i , N' ,gf ap. 5 I 1+ ,I I uf Qf R gg Q 1 . , Z' ZL1. ,vii fly 5 R W I H. C itll, E ,I iii' X 4, H I 'J M ' I HTH GRADE-H. R.-106A, Mrs. Hannah Allamong-Raw I: J. Sturtz, M, Dorsey, C. Perry, J. Cox, N. Plummer. Row II: M. Landis, S. Vanetta, C. Siehler, J. Manning. Row III: L Durbin, J. Hare, G, Hardinger. C. Pope, V. Rice. Row IV: L NIcDonald K Bearin er J Kerns C Johnson Row V W. . , . g , . , . . : Merrill, E. Davis, B. Shambaugh, B. Yaider, V. Ortes. Row VI E. Busch, D. Lewis, T. Hopwood, D. Hensell. Row VII: J L. Greise, R. Bible. Rice, A. Koch, M. Smith, C. Windish, B. Miller. Row VIII: 11TH GRADE-H.R.-205, Mr. Willard Burchard-Row I: D. Payton, A. Thompson, J, Yost, C. Brunner, B. Hamilton. Row II: J. Duncan, P. Campbell, B. Saville, V. Stonebreaker. Row III: J, Brinkman. S, Stickley, S. Hoover, S. Ebert, P. Weimer. Row IV: R. Shipley, M. Morrali, L. Isner, R. Rizer. Row V: T. Higson, J. Davis, L. Bird, C. Garlitz, J. Zink. Row VI: B, George. T. Johnson, J Wilson, T. Shaffer. Row VII: R. Raller, D. Howser, J. Welsh, C. Smith. 2 ' i n -A i5i-,gl3,,'f1,Q,j- .P ni C v -f.e5t 2E'rfiE2i Qe fgbfifas- LL,5rl.w3f .,., ' A' , ,Lei an-wfgw .ffli-inf,"-f' f ., ' Y 'ii , f Y A. V I, ff P . .v. vir, H . - s - ii -L S 4 i':'f:'R A -12464-fzf'-1:-6 r ' - 611' 2 -- -. M 2 ' 1 'i"i'fiiii 'Tis' L ,hir :Gif ' SE" ' 'rm ' . wr-es. - H . 1 , 1 - Decorating for the Junior-Senior Prom are Jim Malone, Frank Nimon, Leo Rowan, Ce-Try Francis and Steve Sllambaugh. 11TH GRADE-H.R.-203, Mr, Donald Workman-Row I: K. Ullery, D. Zimmerman, A. Bryant, S. Dickinson, C. Corley. Row II: S. Garland, J. Headley, D. Beard, M. Price. Row III: B. Michaels, F. Hot, O. Ketterman, J. Dyke, R. Squires. Row IV: J. Warner, F. Johnson, J. Nikirk, V. Marion. Row V: J. Turano, C. Bierman, D. Moore, S, Merrit, D Broome Row VI' P Groves J McGre or S La C Friend - - - , - S , - PP1 - Row VII: B. Starkey, L. Williams, L. Snyder, W. White, S. Radcliffe. Row VIII: L. Harrison, H. Peer. 11TH GRADE-H.R.-102, Mr. Alfred Fritz-Row I: J. With row, B. Powell, C. Folk, E. Wilson, C, Bird. Row II: G. Davis S. Calhoun, B. Hilcman, B, McKenzie. Raw III: D. Jones, M Lowrey, P. Huffman, C. Riggleman, D. Edmonson. Row IV D. Twigg, S. Leasure, G. Shank, B. Sansom. Row V: M Lewis, L. Hedrick, J. Sheldon, M. Miller, P. Metz. Row VI J. Parks, R. Mason, R. Sites, C. Crabtree. Row VII: E. Spon augle, G. Wiemer, W. Turner. Row VIII: W. Donahue, C Kirby. Picture of a picture-Nancy Weber, Carolyn Liller and Jean Hansrote help UD Jo Ann Malone, editor, and Paul Fisher with the underclass photography. s First period SABRE staff . . . alert, alive and awake? Peggy Groves, junior, models a fashionable. outfit from a local store while Mrs. Henrietta Snyder and another customer look on. E Raymond Champ tells Bob Shewbridge, "We are only tak- ing big guys, Mr. Shewbnidge. Maybe someday youlll make itf' The award for the best play in the Play Tournament was pre- sented to the sophomores for their excellent performance in the comedy, Antic Spring. Row I: J. Hansrote, B. Hinkle, di- rector: D. Bishop. Row II: B. Hyrnes, assistant director: B. Weigelt, T. Williams, J. Belt. Cloudburst, a one-act drama, was presented by the members of the junior class, under the direction of Cheryl Mull. Kneel- ing, left to right: J. Menges, L. Miller, assistant directors: B. Cornwell, T. Johnson. Standing: B. Long, J. Berry, Cl. Burge, W. Turner. Members of the senior class pre- sented the drama, Where The Cross Is Made, in the annual Play Tournament. Kneeling: R. Getz, J. Malachowski, B. Hammersmith. Seated: L. Waite, J, Hamilton. Standing: P. Shannon, G. Smith, director, B. Seiler, J. Murray, assistant director. 57 Eugene Calbaugh wonders if Linda HaniBn's measurements oi George Smith are 6' 75' or really 7' 6". Receiving the honors of BEST ACTOR AND ACTRESS in the annual Play Tournaments were ,lack Hamilton and Ellen Burge. Displaying their talents as actors and actresses, members of the senior class presented Mother Is a Freshman. Row I: R. Hymes, F. Hammersmith, J. Malachowski. Row II: B. Carbough, B. Hinkle, C. Hyde, L. Hanifin, C. Gragg, L. Miller, R. Adams, I. Hamilton. Row III: A. Smith, S. Shaffer, J. Carnell, R. Getz. I I O cn munun n Uommi unu un H unan E s 1,1 Jn tw, fa Ja Azz ,UW ,Scar . . Elected by their classmates to reign over the May Day festivities are the MAY QUEEN AND HER CGURT. Row I: Ja.net Du- Rocher, Teresa Davis, seventh grade attendantsg Barbara Purdlharn, Linda Orndiorff, eighth grade attendants. Row II: Carol Hen- drickson, Grace Cordan, Freshman attendants. Row III: Becky Alexander, Judy Giles, Sophomore attendants. Row IV: Linda i Clites, Junior attendantg Carolyn Cooper, Senior attendantg Mary J. Adams, May Queeng Billie J. Atkinson, Senior attendant, Car- ole Smith, Junior attendant. , , V aff 2 ' . R, 'L.i A fl L F we , I , .A Mary ,lane Adams, as MAY QUEEN, has attained the most coveted royal title at Fort Hill. Diane Cooper, FOOTBALL QUEFN, AND HER ATTENDANTS Cl Selected by the team, Diane Cooper, FOOTBALL QUEEN Xll, reigned over the events of the Football season, , , larlotte Gragg and Sharon Blume, added beauty and color to the ann1alTh k " 'D U 1 an Sg1V1Ilg ay pabeantry, N NUAL WEETHEART DANCE Crowned by Fern Brlsson and Walter Reed Carol Murray and Glen Shlpway relgned over the annual SWEETHEART DANCE Members of thelr court mcluded Judl Sulhvan and Andy Petenbrlnk senior attendants Pe y Groves and Ronnie Man es Jumor attendants Gwen Wanda and Don Duffy sophomore attendants and Janet Orndorff and Pete Mltchum freshmen attendants amd CLAMD 62 , Q v L ' .5 'I' M51 N. 1- Q Q, 55' , S 3.3 ' gs ft Y .,,. , . s N Q gg g s ' 3 a 1 1 X . Members ofthe SENIOR HIGH STUDENT' COUNCIL work together to better the school system and sponsor many social activ- ities. Row I: R. White, J. Rice, M. Adams, P. Groves, C. Smith, P. Shannon, S. Lapp, B. Hinkle, E. Cornwell. Row II: B. Sheetz D. Cooper, B. Linn, Y. Stutzman, L. Waite, C. Cooper. B. Grant, J. Malone, A. Roby, J. Bell, G. Shipway. Row III: C. Brunner, M Lewis, M. Richard, C. Siehler, J. Miller, J. Dyche, D. Hiett, E. Burge, J. Rice, V. Koegal, S. Johnson. Row IV: P. Fisher, J. With- row, C. Shank, B. Athey, J. Giles, G. Wanda, S. Bowers, J. Bland, B. Murray, H. McGuire. Selected members of the student council compose the SENATE. Row 1: R. White, M. J. Adams, E. Cornwell, P. Shannon. Row II: C. Smith, P. Groves, B. Hinkle, S. Lapp. ROW III: J. Rice, G. Shipway, J- Bell. ...amz e 1 W . it ws.. I wa 5 3 it F rfb 2 gi? e f E E alvnvfqjgfdefke z at lance... Representing Fort Hill in the ALL-STATE BAND are Ronald Selected to represent Fort Hill in Uhe ALL-STATE CHORUS Burkey and Pat Shannon. are Cynthia Seihler, Marjorie Johnson, Charles Brown, David Norris, and Henry Fehlman. Adding color and pep to the football games are the MAJORETTES of the senior band. Row I: Bonnie Carlnaugh, Carolyn Cooper, Jackie Reuschel. Row II: Beverly Brown, Sharon Berry, Sandra Simpson, Judy Giles, Sue Dickinson. Row III: Billie .lean Atkinson. Provrdm outstandln entertamment at school assemblles halftlme ceremomes at football games and thelr annual Sprm Concert are the members of the Fort H111 SENIOR BAND Row I B Atkmson S SIIHPSOII S DICRIHSOH J Gxles B Car bau h C Cooper ,I Reuschel S Berry B Brown Row Il S Almond C Grlggs S McElfish S Bowers J Rowley ,I Dolan .I Ullexy R McElflsh J Beery R Adams B Murray P Campbell ,I Yarnall G Mrller K Hausman Row III B Harrl son C Murray L Mort J Nelson R Adams E Kaylor G Mower A Vock D Smrth I Barrett C Mowen B Hmkle B Mer len B Kmppenburz F qtruckman T Everly Mr Robe1tNutter Band Dzrector Row IV J Rees W Thompson G Witt J Martens I Hudson R Jones B Long T Rlcker ,I Sprker M Sensabaugh J Slocomb D Krrchner K Thomas G Jewell E Busch C Qrbley D Irons Row V R Burkey H Felman E Harrrson G Krrhy R Dolan B Hartung T Cox I Malone R Godlove B Lawyer W Turner D Clone G Brerman R Valentrne J Nrnes R Atkrnson Followlng 1n the footsteps of the Senlor Band are the members of the JUNIOR BAND Row I D Thomas C Henduck son S McElHclx I Reese Drum Majorette G Proudfoot L Coffman C Cooper Row II R Harrlson K Abe T DeMott W Gardner W Stevenson R Mellatte W Moon R Hare K Thompson R Savllle S Snoots C Cromer R Barhero R Davrs B Selbert Row III .I Natale R Cook R Flora R Smrth B Wxlllam C .lack .I DuRoclxer I Dolen C Adams V Barnes B Combs N Baker R Hldey Mr Robert O Nutter drrector Row IV R Tw1 g R Arnold G Vlower R Wel ell B Harrlson C Nmeld J Ullery S Welsh F Herath G Mrller R NIcElHsh D Hewltt D Rewell W Reed Row V K Thomas D Robey D McCulloul1 P Drclxen M AIRIUSOH J Shobe I Rowley I Rowley N CLITUS ,I Martms G Green N Howdershell D Wmchsh J Hudson Row VI If Shrrclrff G Ilolme J Nmes 'XI Keller R Jones C Slbley R Slmons G Jewell D Gum F Valentme C ONeal F qtruekman S Almond A Koch . , ,... . .. , ,. ,. , - ff..,- sf-r:wf, 5 - s .iree Offering their services to the organizations of Fort Hill, the ln. spite of his illness, Don Duffy looks appreciatively at Nurse POSTER CLUB, upon request, provides art work to advertise HCICH VOECI- various projects. Row I: G. Leipert, D. Bussard. Row II: S. Granigan, B. Brown, B. Duckworth, J. Green. Row III: I. Cook, C. Gable, P. McCann, S. Berry. Row IV: Mrs. Cecil Erickson, D. Abbott, B. Samson, J. Nelson. Select members of the Senior Band compose the Fort Hill DANCE BAND. Row I: D. Huit, B. Dolan, P. Shannon, H. Felhman, D. Winclish. Row II: W. Turner, E. Kayler, E. Bush, I. Cox, D. Abbott- ROW III: B. Hartuug, J. Recker, B. Lawyer, E. Harrison. Row IV: R. Burkey, W. Thompson, G. Kirhy. Q 2 E l . 66 Jane Berry, junior, won first prize in the county for the NEWS WRITING CONTEST sponsored by the Allegany Citizen. AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS" Diane Hill, Roseann Weber, and Kathryn Skitarelic were pre.- sented with letters of commendation for their excellent scores Kathryn Skltarellc senior recelved the WOODMEN of the in the NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP QUALIFYING WORLD HISTORY AWARD from Miss Lillian Meyers Test. , ,W .Ya Mary Richards David' Norris Monitors Choir Honor Society Mary Ruth Lewis Ushers John Hamilton Hi Y Carol Murray Alpha Beta Ronnie Godlove Mary Ann Parsons George Smith .loan Roland Charles Brown Senior Band Library Club Thespians Girls' Glee Club Boys' Glee Club " W HO,S W HO O THE HILL TOP" Linda McMichael Patrick Shannon Diane Hill Walter Rice Harry Bc Scribes Student Council Sentinel Mimeograph Stay? Mimeograph Alan Robey Judy Menges Town Meeting K i . t ' mfr -R 'Ziff' Science Club -1 , VY K H K ,, "' it S I-4 xw f era V 2 . lf: is M Gerry Francis Town Meeting .fn will Edward Norris Dolly Bussard Stage Crew 'f , Ji' Poster Club VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD-Row I: C. Oster, D. Peck, G. Twigg, D. Clem, D. Helmick, W. Thomas, B. Colbert, B. Sheetz, P. Green, R. Parsons, J. Hamilton, D. Athey, D. Perdew, B. Shewbridge, F. Hammersmith. Row II: D. Bonner, C. Henry, R. Manges, D. Howser, W. Donahue, R. White, D. Merrill, B. Cross, T. Higson, R. Twigg, A. Petenbrink, R. Mason, J. York, J, Bell, M. Nines. Row III: Coach Paul Flick, D, Colbert, manager, D. Gallager, H. Henry, D- P1'Olldf00t, C- Smith, D- SPSHCC, .L WilliHmS- R. Rice, R. Collins, ,L La Cratta, S. Radcliff, manager, R. Rowleyg Head Coach Charles Lattimer. SENTINEL TEAMWORK Marching triumphant in nine out of ten seasonls competitions, the Fort Hill Sentinel gridiron squad, under the guidance of Coach Charles Lattimer, rated second place berths in the Cumberland Valley Ath- letic League and the city league. Expert coaching, superior ground strategy and outstanding aerial play aided the Sentinels in their claim. Assistant Coach Paul Flick, a former Pitts- burgh Steeler football player, provided the out- standing line instruction needed to make a good team. Coach Flick is a graduate of Martinsburg High School. Head mentor Charles Lattimer is a Fort Hill alumnus, a former member of a C. V. A. L. champ- ionship football squad, and the state championship basketball team. Coaches Paul Flick and Charles Lattimer. The Sentinels not only compiled an enviable sea- son record, but also gained recognition by keeping opposition scoring to a minimum and listing seven shutouts. City rivals, the Allegany Campers, handed the Sentinel eleven their only defeat. Working together for high goals, and abiding by the strict rules of good sportsmanship gave the boys a valuable experience. The 1960 gridders will long be remembered as aggressive, hard working athletes. With all but two of -this yearis starting squad grad- uating, the enthusiastic Fort Hill gridiron fans may look forward to viewing the best efforts of many new, young athletes in college. Considering the hard earned record and fine sportsmanship, the Fort Hill football team is an out- standing asset to our school. VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD Opponent Fort Hill 0 La Salle 20 O Frederick 28 0 Martinsburg 35 0 Beall 33 12 N. Hagerstown 27 0 Westminister 21 O S. Hagerstown 34 0 Handley 35 13 Keyser 4-5 21 Allegany 0 . ,.. k- A Jr., VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Row I: C. Smith, M. J. Adams, and P. Groves. Row II: N. Schriver, C, Corley, and J. Nec. .... is QQ'- Sg .sw W so 3, . . -- wwf! L. ,.s,,3.s' I S QA "'..-f:- f- ' ,' 'rw-f Q 7 .Sago 1 C , Q , ' 5 V H 4 MLS? ,nigifgig , ,.,. : .E . . ' f .r f -if : ', ' ,l g Q - W ,, wif i- 1 ... " 2:-c" 1',':-'M 5- 21. 1- Q 1 :H -1, 5 "" ' V' ' 3 Z X H ' ff:..wfw.f:, ' 1-3, zfiisg vii 'iff . L 5 W ff-11422 .Vi pg? Qf?f'gwf?2f?N.? 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Q C, V .1 .5539 -E, Lf':i?iQfsff'rgsz.ieimefk v:zz:f+2.s,11aww " wfzsfzrgf-f1Q.g - ,, :..,g:x- f .mg ,mwifv :fa-ff-sagem f,,:m1sf. , ,L 4 We ,sa 155854 V N. 55993223-ife5s22ffs Delbert Helmick H al fback David Clem Walter Thomas William Colbert Halfback Guard Halfback Robert Shewbridge Richard Peck C0-Captain, Fullback C0-Captain, Halfbaclc Paul Green Quarterback Richard Parsons Hal fback William Sheetz Co-Captain, End 'V J. V. FOOTBALL TEAM-Row I: C. Owens, E. Douglas, B. Athey, M. Clayton, J. Combs, C, Becktol, D. Rice, B. Dean, P. Mecham, M. Deter, R. Robinson, G. Elliot, C. Huff, R. Long, R. McMerlancl, T. Hamilton. Row II: W. Harper, D. Wallis, C. Davey, L. Shewbridge, F. Niel, C. Gill, F. Dela Grange, C. Redingor, L. Kirshner, G. Siebert, M. Keller, P. Wilson, G. Shaller W. Arnldroff. Row III: L. Peck, E. Zais, E. Volk, K. Snyder, O. Perkin, W. Swayne, F. Staukey, J. Zernbower, F. Lewis, R. Wally, G. Summers, D. Helm, F. Elliot, B. Jacobs, J. Lear. Row IV: Coach John Frank, J. Carnell, R. James, W. Reckley D. Campbell, J, York, D, Lee, D. Duhl, L. Lewis, J. Squires, Coach Hayden Dawson, Coach Edgar Dawson. Gary Henry Tackle Francis Hammersmith Center Coach Dawson and Coach Frank. Bob Shewbridge, Bill Sheetz, and Dick Peck receive instruc- tions for the T. D. Game. Daniel Athey Tackle R 593,-4, . iw SENIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD4Row I: R. White, Row II: D. Peck, W. Donahue, G. Shipway, B. Colbert, and R. COMPETITION ON THE COURT The 25th Fort Hill varsity basketball squad experi- enced an eventful campaign during the course of the I96l season. Excelling in pass work and defensive maneuvers, the Sentinels have greatly improved their record of the previous season. The Red Raiders have triumphed over regionally recognized, stiff competition. Such stunning victories were scored over Bruce, Martins- burg, and Beall. These wins gave the local cagers a firm standing in area competition. A loyal, enthusiastic student audience and a well informed, experienced leader in Coach ,lim Eckard, a former Fort Hillian aided in concluding a successful season.. Composed of four seniors and one junior, the loop squad is Well versed on the fine points and strategies of the game. Many weeks of extra practice supple- mented the determination of the players. Basketball at the Hilltop suffered a setback when several competitions of the eighteen-game loop were forced into postponement because of an unusually severe winter. Attendance was hindered by the treach- erous conditions left in the path of 'fOld Man Winter"s', visit to the valley. The season was the first that the Sentinals did not vie for Cumberland Valley Athletic League honors. School officials were forced to withdraw the squad 74 D. Clem, D. Bittner, H. Bosley, J. White., and W. Sheetz. Mangus. from CVAL competition when the distance of opposing teams became an inconvenience. North Hagerstown and Frederick were only previous opponents not ap- pearing on this seasons slate. Fort Hill's unior varsity cage quint completed an almost perfect season, losing only ia few close games. The a'Little Sentinelsu can attribute their fine showing to scores of perseverence and the outstanding coach- ing of Charles "Buck" Smith. Coach Eckhard Dick Bittner, I im Rice, Guard Guard Fort Hill Opponent 51 Martinsburg 66 72 La Salle 84 53 Alumni 43 59 Valley 49 61 Bruce 54 43 Beall 57 60 Mt. Savage 42 50 Allegany 58 60 Keyser 54 79 South Hagerstown 63 56 Bruce 64- 73 Beall 71 85 Martinsburg 79 79 Mt. Savage 57 67 Allegany 70 58 La Salle 79 52 South Hagerstown 60 59 Valley 52 Glenn Shipway, Ronnie Mangus Center Forward Glen Slflipway drops in two points for the Sentinels J.V. BASKETBALL SQUAD-Row I: C Floto, D. Proudfoot, C. Smith, B. Dean, S. Johnson, P. Wilson. Row II: E. Wilson, L. Malone, H. Reynolds, E. Hare. Jim Rice, senior hoopster, swishes on a lay-up against un-beaten Martinsburg. BASKETBALL MANAGERS J. Withrow, G. Bartick. J. V. BASKETBALL COACH Charles Smith ' :awww if vi' ar' a f a a M Ed Bran Captain of Football Jo W e agner Captain of Basketball and Baseball Fort ill Captains 25 Years Ago And Today Joe Wagner Ed Bratt 79 BASEBALL SCHEDULE Fort Hill Opponents 6 Alumni 0 5 Mt. Savage 44 3 LaSalle 4- 3 Valley 2 6 Beall 2 20 Bruce 0 6 Flintstone 1 10 Allegany 0 6 Mt. Savage 3 6 Valley 2 5 LaSalle 4 7 l3eall O 5 Bruce 0 5 Flintstone 1 7 Allegany 5 Sentinels Waiting for their turn at hat! CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM-Row I: C. Bird, G. McDonald, J. Withrow, P. Wells. Row II: W. Porter, R. Arnholt, H. Rice, E. Harrison. Row III: D. Abbott, L. Bird, L. Rowan, R. White. Row IV: B. Grant, G. Kirby. CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM Completing its second year at the Hilltop, the Fort Hill Cross Country Track Team is compiling an enviable record. The young organization is beginning -to draw student interest in participation and support. Mr. Thomas Murphy took over the reins for the team's second year, following a success- ful campaign. C3055 COUNTRY SCHEDULE MARBLE TOURNAMI-:NTS-D. Hopwood, D. Propst, R. Oct. 15 Beau Meet Lewellyn, T. Hedrick. Elk Carden we Allegany Fort Hill Beall ' Oct. 27 County Meet Beall Elk Garden fa' Allegany T Fort Hill Wardensville Nov. 12 State Meet Bel Air Fairmont Hts. Beall Allegany Fort Hill 83 . it . VARSITY TRACK TEAM-Row I: R. Shewbridge, R. Light, M. Zembower, L. Kelly, F. Joyce, M. Hast, F. Robinson J Bell W. Weimer, A. Sine. Row II: R. Grapes, manager, G. Athey, W. Colbert, W. Turhin, C. Oster, B. Grant, R. Shewbridge P Green, R. Peck, D. Clem, J. Bell, D. Mower, J. Hamilton. Row III: Coach E. Dawson, D. Perdew, F. Hammersmith J King J Williams, J. Hunt, Coach P. Flick. FORT HILL'S 1960 TRACK RECORD ROMNEY QUADRANGULAR MEET Fort Hill 79 W. Via. Deaf Slyg FORT HILL INVITATIONAL Mont. Blair 109 Fort Hill 52 Allegany 35M COUNTY MEET Allegany 83 Fort Hill 76 C. V. A. L. 1960 Frederick 78 3X5 N. Hagerstown 5411A S. Hagerstown 50 3f5 STATE. MEET Mont. Blair 66 BELLAIRE RELAYS Warren 32 Ridgeley Romney Martinsburg Beall Beall Allegany Fort Hill Westminister Fort Hill Fort Hill 15 0 16 M 21 455 31 15W 32 5 Coach Paul Flick .sa an ai an QQ. W if , I 1' ag - H .... Dave Spence and Roger Rice warming up for a meet. Bill Tllfbili CTOSSUIS the Wire in 3 Practice TUU- Bill Colbert making a jump. mf??53Zi??Qik Bob Shewbridge throwing the shot for the Sentinels. Dave Becker going over the bar. ?2i .! f?riBSfi?1? -EW 25221 ' Em4ZuiH55i.w1?iQf!.,215iwfQH19f5xW2iiI15f'iH4 ,, nv A ,aw ik, my . ' A W -a r Y 'L' w , V x Q -1 -- J if -F gfvk. 4 l J.V, TRACK TEAM-Row I: R. White, J. King, B. Turbin, A. Petenbrink, F. Hammersmith, J. Hamilton, J. Bell,.P. Green, C. Oster, J. Williams. Row II: Coach Edgar Dawson, F. Abbott, J. Combs, D. Helm, C. Bechtol, C. Smith, C. Floto, D. Rice, D. Proud- foot, H. Henry, P. Mitdhem, J. Hunt. While the crowd watches, Linda Hanifm and Ed Holshcy howl a perfect game for 300 ? 3536 . BOWLING CLUB Row 1: F. Hanifin, M. Freno, M. Rich ards. Row II: R. Hobell, T. Phillips, S Beaver, W. Jewel, E. Martins. Row III: L. Rowan, J. Murphy, E. Brokemarkle Row IV: C. Holmes, J. Murphy, P Smith M Landis S Athe L Smith . , . , . y, . Row V: G. Kirby, R. Shipley, J. Mur- phy, Mr. John Reed, adviser. 2 is Bill Sheetz receives the coveted Jim Turner Award from Mr. Reynolds. I Loyal sentinels attending the away game at Mr. Savage Can you see yourself among the spectators here? R Y Eg 3 ,gf ,- if ,pf ' in U giklgii' M,- X' swf? elm. aft.. Furthering their interest in an academic subject through participation in an extra-curricular organization, the members of the SCIENCE CLUB strive to increase their knowledge in the many fields of science. Row I: Mr. William Leeson, adviser, K. Berry, A. Robey, T. Johnson. Row II: M. Kubes, S, Hill, C. Fisher, I. Merrill, S. Bittenger, B. Combs, C. Eaton. Row III: E. Clinebell, K. Footen, L. Allee, J. Rowan, J. Seeders, V. Ketterman, V. Sisk. Row IV: S. Weigan, H. McGuire, R. Weber, J. White, J. Rubes, M. Saville. Row V: J. Matale, H. Bramble, J. Epps, D. Bramble, C. Hammersmith, D. Robey, B. Taylor, D. Zehrback, W. Weigett. Seniors have placed the Senior Scrapbook in the capable hands of Jeannie Crabtree, scrapbook editor. She is responsible for keeping a record of the activities and projects of her class. Having been selected by Miss Gerardine Pritchard, Senior English teacher, Gladys June Brown, teenpzzge editor, pre- pares a column for the Cumberland Sunday Times. In this column., Gladys confronts the public with the activities of school clubs. if as iii Practicing twice weekly under the direction of Miss Annetta Yates, the SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB participates in assemblies and special programs .throughout the year for the benefit of the senior high. Row I: P. Toy, C. Siehler, B. Miller, C. Flora, B. Hamilton, J. Roland, J. Carnell, B. Michaels, R. Alexander, G, Singleton, B. Saville. Row II: D. Miller, C. Hyde, M. Johnson, J. Sturtz, D. Zimmerman, A. Siebel, J. Wolf, C. Friend. Row III: G. Wolford, R. Daniels, P. Higgs, J. White, A. Swartzwelder, R. Boekhoudt, C. Bruner, A. Getz. Row IV: S. Smith, C. Maiers, S. Allee, D. McDonald, D. Samson. Row V: Miss Annetta Yates, B. Linn, J. A. Rice, B. Samson, D. Grim, S. Gnegy. Preparing their voices for future years, the JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' GLEE CLUB under the direction of Miss Annetta Yates, partic- ipates in many junior high assemblies throughout the school year. Row I: L. Brant, I. Leecy, S. Boore, C. Smith, C. Cyzick, J. Simpson, G. Shaffer. Row II: C. Growden, U. Giddeon, S. Light, J. Livingood, K. Ruckman., S. Robinson, C. Courtney, S. Pryor K. Shaver. Row III: P. Sisler, S. Taylor, G. Sommercamp-, B. Robertson, K. See, S. Leighty, S. Wilgus, L. Orndorf, C. Swick, J. Payne. Row IV: N. Uplinger, C. Mahoney, C. Mease, S. Goss, L. Hannas, R. Reynolds, L. Golden, S. Cox, B. McDonald. Row V: C. Footen, D. Forbeck, A. Cookley, N. Reed, M. McClelland, B. Bolinger, S. Owens, J. Squires, D. Fey. Row VI: D Hoyle, D. Clem, S. Sampson, L. McGuire, D. Denneen, S. Saville, B. White, M. Hast, D. Swan. Row VII: Miss Annetta Yates B. Shaffer, G. Jolin, E. Oster. 1 fi l X Under -the direction of Miss Annetta Yates, the melodious voices of the meinbers of the CHOIR add much to the splendor of special assemblies at Christmas and Easter! Row I: R. Getz, J. Sturz, C. Siehler, G. Singleton, C. Hyde, B. Sansom, D. Norris, L. Waite, M. Johnson, W. Rice, B. Saville, R. Alexander, Miss Annetta Yates. Row II: J. Belt, D. Zimmerman, B. Hamilton, PL Toy, B. Miller, R. Boekhoudt, A. Siebel, J. Wolf, J. Roland, A. Getz, G. Kissner, V. Barnes. Raw III: J. Robb, C. Maiers, S. Gnegy, G. Wolford, S. Smith, D. McDonald, P. Higgs, D. Grim, R. Weber, A. Swartzwelder, D. Sansom, R. Daniels. Row IV: W. Weigelt, D. Taylor, J. Brewer, W. Rice, W. Turner, P. Crone, J. Hunt, W. Twigg, G. Hendrickson. Row V: J. Zink, R. Wills, B. Miller, C. Smith, C. Brown, K, Brown,-H. Fehlinan. ,.,. ,, . . . Presenting musical selections at school assemblies is the JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' GLEE CLUB directed by Mr. Harold Hanson. Row I: R. McCay. B. Davis, M. B. Litner, D. Thompson, S. Light, B. Hansrote, W. Ducan, J. Taylar, D. Groues. Row' II: E. Felton, W. Hedrick, J. Heuaner, J. Drake, M. Kubes, T. Dawson, G. Sersa, J. Williams. Row III: H. Brown, J. Shipley, R. Frankfort, H. Williams, R, Taylar, R. Ware, T. Keyes, T. Carley. Row IV: P. Ervin, G. Beckward, I. Zerback, E. Fisher, R. Walburn, I. Detrick, J. Iatkin. Row V: J. Locker, R. Williams, R. Cubbage, F. Wertz, R. Gorden, R. Barnes, R. Cross, D. Merril. Row VI: J. Crambers, S. Walters, I... Shirk, I. Branble, B. Berry, J. York. SENIOR HARMONY GROUP performs at assemblies and various other functions during the school year. Row I: B. Weigelt, J. Slocomb, J. Belt, D. Norris, P. Crone. Row II: W. Turner, K. Brown, H. Fehl- HIHII. Members of the SENIOR HIGH BOYS' GLEE CLUB perform at various community gatherings and high school assemblies. Row I: J. Belt, C. Brown, D. Norris. Row II: Mr. Harold Hanson, O. Bishop, D. Taylor, J. Brewer, D. Brewer, J. Zinc, R. Wills, P. Crone, P. White, J. Twigg. Row III: B. Yalilder, C. Smith, W. Turner, K. Brown, J. Robb, B. Miller, H. Fehlman, B. Piee, D. Ekmamsan, B. Wiegelt, J. Hunt. Members of the FORT HILL ORCHES- TRA play for assembly programs, and send delegates to the All-County Orchestra. Row I: J. Robinette, J. Fisher, E-. Banker, J. Gray, D. Jolley, M. Furlow, Miss Chris- tie MacDonald. Row II: E. Sirbaugh, J. Wright, D. Merrill, D. Corley, M. Lief, K. Arnold. Entertaining various service clubs of the community is the MIXED ENSEMBLE. Row I: W. Rice, R. Getz, J. Belt, D. Norris. Row II: B. Hamilton, J. Sturtz, D. Zimmerman, A. Siebel, R. Boekhoudt. Row III: C. Hyde, L. Waite, J. Roland, D. Grimn. Row IV: B. Samson, D. McDonald, A. Getz. Row V: R. Weber, D. Samson, B. Miller, N. Johnson. Row VI: H. Felhman, J. Hunt, C. Siehler. Row VII: C. Brown, B. Wiegelt. As an extra curricular activity, several members of the senior band organized a dance band which they named THE CONTINENTAL-S. Row I: G. Kirby. Row II: l. Windish, B. Dolan, P. Shanwon, B. Hartung. Row III: B. Lawyer, R. Burkey, E. Harrison. Blnoaderuing their musical interests, the members of the: SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB sing for junior high school programs. Row I: L. Bryant, D. Meister, D. Brolemarklez, E, Cihatain, L. Cunningham, E. Wilson, P. Nowak, M. Clem, C. Palumbo, L. Hare. Row II: K. McCann, B. Allen, B. Schaidt, T. Snow, K. Lewis, C. Jones, P. Gable, S. Wisenburg, L. Wilson, Miss Annett Yates. Row III: S. Hill, G. Unsworth, L. Stevey, N. Gillum, V. Smith, S. Gilford, C. Kellar, P. Shewbridge, P. Dentinger, D. Downey. Row IV: D, Counihan, L. Slaton, S. Huff, J. Thompson, P. Miller, L. Slough, M. Simpson, C. Hershberger, C. Fisher. .. . , ....., --..,..,,,.,. ...... .D-M... K,-. . ...Wi---L.. , . .....f. . - ...ala-an-mu, N-nf, ang- ,lat a all da Wi!! will Lee a ,size ez :wide .redial Guided by their motto, 'iThe reward of a thing well done is to have done it," the twenty- fifth Senior Class of Fort Hill has reached the summit of its high school career. Led by the class oHicers, William Dickinson, Paul Green, Carolyn Cooper, and ,ludy Menges, and the advisers, Mr. Carl Ritchie, Mr. Wayne Layman, Miss Kathleen Cumbee, and Miss Gerardine Pritchard, the seniors presented their Farewell Assembly and class play, "Mother ls a Fresh- man." The seniors climaxed a very successful year with the annual Senior Prom, with white orchids and the 'iAnniversary Waltz" illustrating the theme, "Silver Anniversary? Having achieved success in all thier undertakings, the Class of 1961 will hereafter look back on their years at Fort Hill with immense satisfaction and many memories. WILLIAM HUGH DICKINSON Academic Class President 4, Glee Club 1, Boys' Ensemble 1, Choir 2, Sentinel 2, 3, Business Manager 4, Farewell Assemblies 3, 4, Play Tournaments 3, 4, Senior Council 4, F. H. Players 4, Spotlight Editor 4, Thespians 4, Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3,4, May Day 4, N. H. S. 4. Good leader . , . ambitious . . . plans to be a doctor. PAUL HUB!-:Rr GREEN Academic Class Vice-President 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1, 2, Senior Council 4, May Day 3,4, Hi Y 3,4, Farewell Assemblies 3,4, Student Council 1. Buddy . . . friendly personality . . . sports-minded. W. Dickinson P. Green 5: ii 4 QQQP' f ' .:':iiEJ15fSff? . " .M 1 . " "Qi gisigiigfie fggy X an , Q.. at , as A' 5 3 , V t ,Sf Senior class officers and advisers-Kneeling: Carolyn Cooper, .sec- retary, .ludy Menges, treasurer. Standing: Paul Green, vice-presi- dent, Miss Gerardine Pritchard, farewell director, William Dick- inson, president, Miss Kathleen Cumbee, play director, Mr. Carl Ritchie, financial adviser, and Mr. Wayne Layman, prom adviser. CAROLYN Louise Cooprn Commercial Class Secretary 2, 3,4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Glee Club 1, SABRE 2,3, May Court 2,4, Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3,4, May Day 2, 3,4, Fare- well Assemblies 3,4, Student Council 1,2,4, Tri Hi Y 1, "Most Courteous Girl" 3, Prom Committees 2, 3, 4. Sweet disposition , . , sparkling personality . . very dependable. JUDITH ANN MENGES Academic Class Treasurer 2,3,4, Student Council 2, Play Tournaments 2, Director 4, May Day 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 2, Vice President 3, Co-President 4, Glee Club 1, Secretary 2,3, Choir 2,3, Tri Hi Y 1,4, Treasurer 2,3, Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Prom Committees 2, 3,4, Senior Council 4, N. H. S. 4. Judy . . . pleasing personality , . . future nurse. C. Cooper J. Menges - WUQQR i M. J. Adams R. Adams NIARY JANE ADAMS Comme.rcial Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Captain 4g Student Council 2, Vice President 3, Senate 4g May Court 1, Queen 44 Glee Club 1,24 May Day 3,44 Prom Committees 2, 3,44 Mimeograph Crew 44 Fare- well Assemblies 3, 4. Full of pep . . . fun-loving . , . likes to dance. ROBERT CLYDE ADAMS Academic Class President 34 Band l,2,3,44 May Day 1,2,3,4g Prom Committees 2, 3,44 Farewell As- semblies 3, Director 44 Jr. Town Meeting 2,4. Punkie . . . dependable . . . everyone's friend. DANNY FRANK ATI-IEY Football 1,2, 3, 4. Junior . . . always joking D. Athey SAUNDRA LEE ATHEY Commercial Basketball 3,44 Volleyball 3,44 Bowling 2,3, Treasurer 44 Monitors 2, 3,44 Library Club 2, 3,44 Bookroom 44 G. A. A. 4. Likes to dance . , . a smile for everyone . . . college bound. BILLIE JEAN ATKINSON Academic Student Council 34 Library Club 3g Tri Hi Y 2g May Day 2, 3, 44 May Court 2, 44 F. H. Players 44 Majorette l,2, 3, Drum Majorette 44 Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Attractive . . . friendly . . . likes to dance. S, Athey B. AlklI'lSOIl S Sports-minded . . . mischief-maker . , . likeable. GARLAND WOODROW ATHEY General Football 2, 34 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, , . . Air Force bound. nf' 'WW E C. Algieri C, A1166 CHARLES WILLIAM ALGIERI General Jr. Town Meeting. Bill . . . fun-loving . . . always smiling. CAROLE RAE ALLEE Academic N. H. S. 3,42 Tri Hi Y l, 2, 3,44 SABRE 3, Adver- tising Manager 44 Farewell Assembly 4g Prom Committees 3, 4. Intelligent . . . likes to sew . . . future homemaker. General SAUNDRA GAY ALLEE R, .. S. Allec , N. 5,4 C. Andrews Commercial Glee Club 1,3444 Science Club 34 Monitors 3. CHARLES OWEN ANDREWS Jr. Town Meeting. Friendly , . . courteous . . JUDY ANN ATYVELL General Jr. Town Meeting. Polite , . . always smiling . . . many friends. ANN SANDRA AULT Commercial Majorette 2, Captain 3g May Day 24 Monitors 3,44 F. H. Players 44 Jr. Town Meeting 24 Fare- well Assemblies 3,44 Library Club 2,34 Prom Committee 3. Sandy . . . good dancer . , . many friends. DIANE MARIE BAKER General Jr. Town Meeting. Polite . . , shy . . . courteous. J. Atwell A. Ault Thoughtful . . . kind . . . a good friend, General service bound. G. Athey C0-vs-Y D. Baker V'- L. Ballou J. Barrett LAWRENCE ALvA BALLOU, JR. Vocational Jr. Town Meeting. Larry . . . tall , . . attractive JANICE SAUNDRA BARRETT Commercial SABRE 43 Jr. Town Meeting 43 G. A. A. 43 Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,33 F. H. A. 33 Sr. Y Teens 23 Hall Patrol 33 Mountaineer 1,2,3, First year at F. H .... likes music . . . sincere. W' G. Bartik R. Beck J Bell GARY GORDAN BARTIK Academic Hi Y 2, 3,43 Tfrack 3,43 Basketball Manager 43 Cross Country 3,43 Scribes 4. Main interest-girls . . . likes to laugh . . . easy going. RUTII ANN BECK Commercial F. H. Players 33 Thespians 43 SABRE 43 May Day 3,43 Library Club 3,43 Glee Club 2,3Q Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Quiet . . . everyone's friend , , . always smiling. CHARLOTTE LEE BENNETT Glee Club lg May Day 43 Student Council lg Office 43 Farewell Assembly 4. Friendly . . . reliable . . , considerate. Commercial KENNETH SCOTT BERRY Academic Projection Crew 1,23 Hi Y 3,43 Farewell As- semblies 3,43 Science Club 3, Treasurer 4g Prom Committees 3.43 Jr. Town Meeting 43 Delta Sigma 43 N. H. S. 4. D. Bender JOHN RICHARD BELL Football 1, 2, 3,43 Track l,2,33 Senate 43 Fare- well Assemblies 3, 4. Atbletically inclined . . . sense of humor , , . Air Force. bound. Academic DANIEL EUGENE BENDER Academic Hi Y 2,3,43 SABRE 2, Photography Editor 33 Basketball Manager l,2,3,43 Jr. Town Meeting 43 May Day 43 Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Danny . , , never a dull moment . . . life of the party. Kenny . , . studious . . . courteous. C. Bennett K. Berry ELMER CHARLES BIERMAN General ,JAMES LEE BITTNER Academic Al Jr. Town Meeting. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Charlie . . . easygoing . . . always laughing . . . Jim . . . majors in lunch . , . jovial personality. SANDRA KAY BILLRIYER Commercial -,vw Cheerleader lg Library Club l,2, 3,43 Office 33 Jr. Town Meeting 43 Farewell Assembly 4. Tmy ' ' ' Mies boys ' ' ' easygomg' RICHARD EUGENE BITTNCR Academic OLIVER JAY BISHOP Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . agreeable E. Bierman . . . considerate. General S. Billmyer O. Bishop Basketball 2, 3,43 Baseball Manager 3, 4-3 Hi Y 3,43 Senior Council 43 Bowling Club 1,23 Can- vass Crew 2,1-3,43 N. H. S. 4. Dick . . , friend to all , . . sincere. J. Bittner R. Bittner . Jr. Town Meeting. B. Blank S. Blume Crew 4. Petite . . , quiet . . . always smiling. H. Boyd JAMES EUGENE BRANT SABRE 4g Jr. Town Meeting. Jim . . . plans to become a bookkeeper . . . likes girls, Commercial DELRERT ALLAN BRAY Jr, Town Meeting. Quiet . . . easygoing . . . friend to all. General D. Bray DOUGLAS EDWARD BREWER Glee Club 3, 4. Likes to sing . , , quiet RAY LEE BRINKMAN Jr. Town Meeting. Humorous . . . well-liked CHARLES HENRY BROWN May Day 3,4-. D. Brewer R. Brinkman 45 Football Queen Attendant 4g Mimeograph 1-ge., R. Boekhoudt C. Boone ROBERT CALVIN BLANK Vocational RIIODA BOEKHOUDT Football 1, 2,3g Track 1,2. Glee Club 4g Choir 4. Agreeable . . . well-mannered . , . friendly. Pleasing personality. . liked by all. SHARON ANN BLUME Commercial Cheerleader l,2g Ushers 1,2,3,4g May Day 2, 3, CHARLES MELVIN BOONE H. Bosley General clothes conscious . , . General Canvas Crew 2, 3,4g Baseball 2, 3, 4. HARRY ROGER BOSLEY Commercial Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 2, 3,45 Hi Y, Sec- retary 43 Farewell Assemblies 3, 45 Mimeograph Cfrew 4. Ambitious . . . popular . . , a good friend. HUGH DOUGLAS BOYD General Shy . , . quiet General . reliable: . General quiet. General Glee Club 1.2, 3,4g Choir 2, 3,4g Boys Ensemble 3,45 Mixed Ensemble 45 All State Chorus 4g Charlie . . . a good singer . , . quiet. C. Brown friendly. GLADYS JUNE BROWN Fun-loving . , , likes horses . . . many friends. :Wm i Ei? is ff.. " 5 . wg. . G . ' 3 331 - V Af " L. tgrfsi ig J. Brant Academic Prom Committee 2g SABRE 2, Underclass Editor 3, Co-Editor-ln-Chief 4g F. H. Players 33 Teen Page Editor 4g Scribes 43 Delta Sigma 4g Fare- well Script Committee 4g N. H. S. 4. Conscientious worker . . . intelligent . . . likes children. DONNA JEAN BUCKLEY Jr. Town Meeting. Ambitious . . . shy . . G. Brown Commercial talkative. D. Buckley 3 1: M. an gee. .. -a,-rfsarirr --'cf we mu WH L. Burcaw R. Burkey E. Burley V. Busch B. Buser LOWELL THOMAS BURCAW General Jr. Town Meeting. Studious . . . main interest-science . . . quiet. RONALD WILLIAM BURKEY Academic Hi Y 2,35 Band 2, 3,45 Dance Band 2, 3,45 May Day 1, 2, 3,45 All State Band 45 All County EVA BLANCHE BURLEY General Monitors 1,25 May Day 45 Jr. Town Meeting 2,35 Farewell Assembly 45 Library Club 4. Friendly . . . quiet . . . likeable. VIRGINIA LEE BUSCH Academic Tri Hi Y 45 Farewell Assemblies 3, 45 Glee Club lg Library Club 35 Play Tournaments 35 F. H. Band 3,45 Farewell Assembly 3. Players, President 45 Scribes 45 May Day 3, 4. Fun-loving . . . energetic . . . many friends. Ginny . . . likes to dance , . . sense of humor. D. Bussard JOHN HERBERT CAIN Academic BEVERLY ANN BUSER Commercial Football 15 May Day 3,45 Projection Crew 4. Library Club 4: Jr. Town Meeting. Jack . . . ambition-to be ambitious . , , good Pretty smile. . . quiet , , . clothes conscious. dancer. CAROLYN ANN CALLIS Commercial DOLLY ELENORA BUSSARD General Jr. Town Meeting. Monitors 45 F. H. Players 3,45 Poster Club, Interest-boys . . . favorite pastime-driving . . . President 45 Scribes 4. real sense of humor. Likes art . . , dependable , . . many friends. - J. Cain C. C auls BONNIE LEE CARBAUGH Academic Band 1,2, 3,45 Majorette, Co-captain 45 Scribes 4- F. . - ' - WALTER RAYMOND CAMPBELL Academic ' H Players 4, Student Council 3, May Day Jr. Town Meeting 45 Hi Y 45 Farewell Assembly 45 Baseball 2, 3,45 Cross Country 2, Ray . . . neat dresser . . . popular with everyone, JOY LYNN CARNELL Academic Glee Club 2, 3, Librarian 45 Tri Hi Y 2, 3,45 All County Chorus 2, 3,45 Library Club 3, Sec- retary 45 May Day 1,45 Jr. Town Meeting 3,45 Prom Committees 2,35 F. H, Players 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Monitors 15 Play Tournament Committee 2. Vivacious . . . gift of gab . . , main interest- boys. 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Sentinel 2, 3,45 Ushers 1, 2, 3,45 Tri Hi Y 15 Prom Committee 4. Peppy majorette . . . likes to try new hair styles . . , latest style clothes. MADELYN SUE CARROLL Academic Basketball 1, 25 Volleyball 15 Farewell Assem- bly 4. Fun-loving . . . always laughing . . . many friends. LINDA KAY CLARK Commercial Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 May Day 45 Farewell Assembly 4 Sports-minded . . . pretty face . . . a good driver. W. Campbell J. Carnell B. Carbaugh M- CarrOll L- Clark P. Clark D. Clem D. Clingan D. Colbert W. Colbert PHILLIP EARL CLARK General DONNA CHERYL CLINGAN General Football 1. Farewell Assembly 4. Red . . . friendly . . , one of Fort Hill,s Romeos. Sincere . , . considerate , . friendly. X DAVID KIRK CLEM Academic Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2, 3,45 Hi Y 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 DONALD RAY COLBERT Vocational May Day 3,45 Band 1. Prom Committee 35 Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Dave . . , athletieally inclined . . , many friends. Donnie . . , sense of humor . . . Well-liked. I. Combs RITA CATHERINE Coox Commercial WILLIAM AUGUSTUS COLBERT Academic Tri Hi Y 1,2, 3,45 Monitors Assembly 35 Farewell Script Committee 33 Prom Committees 2, 3,45 Scribes 4. Dependable . . . cheerful . . . liked by everyone, 2, 3, 45 Farewell rlf'lI'la DIANA JEAN COOPER Commercial Glee Club 15 Jr. Town Meeting 25 Student Council 45 Tri Hi Y 3,45 May Court 35 Fare- well Assemblies 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3,4g Football Queen 4. Football Queen . . . likes to dance . . . many friends. PAULETTE JEANIE CRABTREE Commercial Tri Hi Y 2, 3,45 Student Council 15 Jr, Town R. Cook Football 2, 3,45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. Sports-minded . . . neat dresser . . , liked by all. JOHN ROBERT Comms General Band 1. Courteous , . . never a dull moment , . . a good friend. D. Cooper Meeting 1,45 Scribes 45 Scrapbook Editor 45 JUDY ANN CORRIGAN Academic F. H. Players 3, 45 Tri Hi Y 2, 35 Student Council 15 Library Club 2,35 Monitors 3,45 May Day 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Bowling Club 3. Vivacious . . , friendly . . . likes boys, bound. PAUL DAVID CRONE Choir 45 Clee Club 45 Boys Ensemble 45 Fare- well Assembly 35 Band 1,2, 3, 4. Sincere . , . studious . . . friendly. INA ELAINE CRABTREE Commercial PATRICIA ANN CRoss Library Club 1,2, 35 Tri Hi Y 15 F. H. Players 45 Scribes 45 Monitors 1, 25 Farewell Assembly 4, Energetic . . . Always laughing , . . a friend to all. Assembly 3, 4. J. Corrigan 1. Crabtree P, Crabtree Prom Committee 2, 3,45 F. H. Playe.rs 45 Moni- tors 1,25 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 4. Nonchalant . . . cheerful disposition . , .marriage Glee Club 1,25 Student Council 1,25 Monitors 15 F. H. Players 3,45 May Day 3,45 Farewell Patty . . . pretty smile . . . likeable. Academic General -153 Mal P. Cronc P. Cross S. Cross J. Davis SANDRA KAY CROSS General Oflice 3,45 Monitors 4. Quiet . . . pleasing personality . , . well-liked. JAMES WEBSTER DAVIS General Band l,2, 3. Jim . . . easygoing . . . quiet. if a. f' it P. Davis R. Davis PATRICIA LOUISE DAVIS Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. Pat . . . full of pep . . . many friends RANDOLPH LEE DAVIS Academic Projection Crew lg Stage Crew lg Science Club 2, 3, 45 N. H. S. 4. Studious . . . courteous , . . interested in aviation. P. Dayton JAMES ROBERT DEL Busso Vocational Jr. Town Meeting. Frienlly . . . Sincere . . . courteous BONNIE KAY DICKEN Academic Tri Hi Y l, 2,35 Monitors 15 Jr. Town Meeting 35 Library Club l,25 F. H. Players 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Student Council l. Never a dull moment . . . many friends . . . B. Dela Grange PATRICIA ANNA DAYTON General Cafeteria Worker l,2, 3,45 Jr. Towni Meeting 45 Projection Crew 15 F. H. Players 3, 4. Nonchalant . . . easygoing . , . marriage bound. BARBARA LOUISE DELA GRANGE Academic Monitors l,2, Secretary 3,45 Tri Hi Y 35 Fare- well Assemblies 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 2,35 SABRE 45 Senior Council 45 Script Committee 4. BRENDA SHARON DIVELDISS Commercial future-nurse. J. Del Busso MARGARET ANNE DILL General Tri Hi Y 1,45 Glee Club 2,35 Library Club l,2, 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Peggy . . . pleasing personality . . . future diet- ician. Basketball l,2, Manager 3,45 Tri Hi Y lg Farewell Assembly 45 Library Club 3, 4. Easygoing . . . likes swimming . . . future-sec- rctary. M. Dill B. Divelbiss Wlia H R: :iia9HlW'T I ' ' ft-sf. .,. . Quiet . . . pretty face . . . well-liked. ROBERT LEE DoLAN Academic Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 2, 3,45 All County Band 3,45 May Day 3,45 Glee Club 15 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3. Friendly . . . considerate . . . fun-loving. BETTY ANN ELLIOTT General Jr Town Meeting Friendly . . . a good dancer . . . nonchalant. B. Dicken BARBARA JEAN EMERICK General Farewell Assembly 35 Jr. Town Meeting 25 Li- brary Club 2, 3,45 Student Council l. Petite . . . pleasing personality . . . altar bound. R. Dolan B. Elliot B. Emerick fins I A A we VF' A ...ff A A P. Emmart J. Ervin B. Evans E. Evans R- Evans PATRICIA ANN ENINIART General BEVERLY JEAN EVANS General Bowling 2, 3. Farewell Assembly 3. Quiet . . . friendly . . . kind to all. Pretty smile . . . sweet . . . friend to all. JEROME SELMORE ERVIN, JR. Academic ELVIN EUGENE EVANS General Bowling lg Student Council 3. Jr. Town Meeting. Jay . . . always happy . . . many friends. Carefree . . . fun loving . . . shy. C. Fisher H. Felhman CAROLYN YVONNE FISHER Academic ROGER NATHANIEL EVANS General Jr. Town Meeting, ' Band 1,2, 3g Projection Crew 43 Jr. Town Meet- Petite . . . friendly . . . future nurse and ing. housewife, Always laughing . . . a cut-up . . . well liked. HENRY SCHAD FEHLMAN Academic CLIFFORD PARKER FLANAGAN Academic Glee Club lg Jr. Town Meeting. Friendly . . . always courteous . . , well liked. Band l,2,3,4g Choir 43 Dance Band 2,3,4g Glce Club 4g Boys Ensemble 4g Mixed Ensemble 4g May Day 2, 3,43 All State Chorus 4g All County Band 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Musically inclined . . . good natured . . . college. LA uw C. Flanaga Il 'fl fv- INEZ CHARLOTTA FLANAGAN Cashier 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 4. Intelligent . . . quiet . . . futur GERALDINE ANN FRANCIS Commercial . . Y BIARIA ELENA FRENO Commercial C mlsslonari' Tri Hi Y 4g Bowling Club 2, 3,49 Sentinel Academic 2, 3, 4g SABRE 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3, 4g May Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Prom Com.mittee 3g Jr. Town Meeting 2, Secretary 3, Co-President 4g May Day 45 'F. H. Players 4. Day 4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. Pleasant personality . . . winning smile . . . college bound. Gerr . . . fun-loving . . . main interest-bo s. , ' y is y PAMELA SUE GEORGE AcademIc A KENNETH WILLIAM FREELAND Academic SABRE 2, Faculty Editor 3, Co-Editor-In-Chief 4g 2 .Sift I ' -..sf"i-':if'.12.v ' SABRE 2, Photography Editor 39 Sentinel Photo- grapher 2,3g Jr. Town Meeting 1. Kenny . . , mischief-maker . . . never a dull moment. K. Freeland T. Flanagan G. Francis 4-0- ,se iw- -f' Tri Hi Y 2,35 Ushers 2, 3,45 Prom Committees 2,4g Delta Sigma, Vice President 49 Sweetheart Queen Attendant 2. Pam . . . capable . . . always lIas fun. M. Frcno P. George. L., N .5 E ll R. Getz car. 5. R. Godlove C. Gragg RICHARD MURRAY GIzTz Academic Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Choir 2, 3,45 Play Tourna- ments 2,45 Prom Committees 2, 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 35 Delta Sigma, Treasurer 4-5 May Day 3, 45 Mixed Ensemble 253,45 All County Chorus 2, 3,45 Senior Class Play 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Student Council 4. Ricky . . . well-liked . . . college bound. RONALD Dow GODLOVE Academic Band l,2, 3, President 45 Basketball 1, 25 Base- ball 1,25 Script Committee 35 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Senior Council 45 Prom Com- X "N- J. Grahame R. Grant CHARLOTTE EILEEN GRACG Academic N. H. S. 3,45 Football Queen Attendant 45 Tri Hi Y 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3, Chairman 45 SABRE 3, Senior Editor 45 Jr. Town Meeting 2,4-5 F. H. Players 35 Scribes 45 Farewell As- sembly 45 May Day 3,45 "Most Courteous Girl" 45 Outstanding Girl 4. Petite . . . pretty face . . . popular with everyone. .JAMES ROY CRAHAME Academic Band 15 Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Friendly , . . loads of fun . . . never a dull moment. mittees 3 4' 4'Most Courteous Bo " 4 M. Grimm JOHN ALFRED HAMILTON, JR. Academic Football 1, 2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 3,45 Hi Y Secre- tary 3, President 45 Youth and Government 3,45 Student Council 2,35 Jr. Town Meeting 45 Prom Committees 2, 3,45 F. H. Players 45 Thespians 45 N. H. S. 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 4. Jack . . . good leader . . . many friends. FRANCIS CECIL HAMMBRSIIIITII Academic Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Burch . . . pleasing personality . . . neat dresser F. Hammersmith , Y '- Pleasing personality . . . quiet . . , a friend to all. ROBERT ARNoLD GRANT Academic Track 1, 2, 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3,45 Bowl- ing 1,25 Hi Y 45 Cross Country 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Farewell Assembly 35 Canvas Crew 4. Bob . . . pleasant . . . easygoing. lVlARIAN THERESA GRIMM Commercial Monitors 15 F. H. Players 35 May Day 35 Bowl- ing Club 3. Sweet . . . pleasant personality . . . a friend to all. ssh if J. Hamilton Q L. Hanifin JANICI: ll'iARlE HARE Commercial Library Club 2,3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 .Jr. Town Meeting 1,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Tri Hi Y 1. Beautiful blonde hair . . . likes to dance . . main interest-boys. JEANNEIQN EILEEN IIARTMAX Commercial Tri lli Y 45 Prom Committee 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3, 45 May Day 4. studious . . . sincere . . . marriage bound. DELRDRT RAYMOND HELMICK Academic Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 15 Track 2, 3,45 Hi Y 4. Chip . . . quiet . . . loads of fun. J. E. Hare J. Hare hh...-f s 'J P RN 'N ' Commercial LINDA lllAE HANIFIN SABRE 3, Business Manager 45 Student Council 45 Jr. Town Meeting 1,2,3,45 Tri Hi Y 45 Bowling Club 2, Secretary 3, President 45 Prom Committees 3,45 May Day 45 Glee Club 1,2,35 Play Tournaments 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Sense of humor . . . gift of gab , . . always smiling. JAMES EDWARD HARI2 Academic Jr. Town Meeting. Bunny . . . likes girls . . . many friends. J. Hartman D. Helmick A l ills ,gf 'FUN 5 tw. J 'V ' 5 - T' xr 5---. - P. Higgs L. Highland PATRICIA VERNE Hroos Academic SABRE 25 Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3,45 Prom Committee 25 Choir 2, 3,45 Glee Club 2, 3,45 Farewell As- semblies 3,45 Mixed Ensemble 25 Girls Ensemble 3,45 Play Tournament Committee 25 All County Chorus 2, 3, 45 N. H. S. 4. Pat . . . devoted to Larry . . . future.-secretary and housewife, LINDA ELIZABETH HIGHLAND Academic Sentinel 3,45 SABRE 3, Literary Editor 45 Glee Club 1, 2,35 Choir 35 Mixed Ensemble 35 Girls Ensemble 35 All County Chorus 2,35 Tri Hi Y 1,2,3,45 Prom Committees 2,35 Chairman 45 May Day 3,45 F. H. Players 45 Thespians 45 Play Tournaments 2, 3,45 "Angel Street" 45 N. H. S. 4. Beautiful red hair . . . headquarters in the T. Higson D. Hill THEODORE HIGSON General Jr. Town Meeting. Teddy . . . likes hot rods . . . a real joker. DIANE ELIZABETH HILL Academic Glee Club 15 Basketball 1,25 Student Council 35 Tri Hi Y l,3,45 Youth and Government 3,45 Sentinel 2, Editor-In-Chief 3,45 SABRE 45 F. H. Players 45 Thespians 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Script Committees 3,45 Prom Com- mittee Chairman 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 2, 3,45 Cashier 45 Delta Sigma 45 May Day 45 Play Tournaments 2, 3,45 N. H. S. 4. Intelligent . . . likes -the executive type . . . majors in money. Sentinel Room . . . college. bound. C. Holmes BOBBIE ANN HINKLE Academic Tri Hi Y 1, Secretary 2, Historian 3, Treasurer 45 Student Council 2, Secretary 3, Senate 4, Co- ordinating Council, Advisory Board 45 Morning Devotions 45 Band 1,2, 3,45 Dance Band 2, 3,45 Thespians 45 F. H. Players 45 Play Tournament Committee 2, 3, Director 45 "Angel Street" 45 May Day 2, 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3, 4. Good leader .. . liked by all . . . clothes con- scious. LESLIE CAROLE HOLMEs Commercial Farewell Assemblies 3, 45 May Day 45 Monitors 3. Pretty face . . . quiet . . . main Interest-boys. JAMES DARREL HILLEcAs Jr. Town Meeting. h Quiet . . . pleasant personality JAMES FRANCIS HILTON .l r. Town Meeting. Pleasing personality . . . quiet ROBERT BOYD HOUT Academic Hi Y 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 45 Student Coun- cil 4. Well-liked . . . a good friend . . . quiet. GRACE COLLEEN HULL General Jr. Town Meeting, Pleasant personality . . . well-liked . . . marriage bound. JAMEs EARL HUFF General Jr. Town Meeting. Jim . . . lots of fun . . . a good friend. SANDRA LEE HUFF Commercial Prom Committees 2,35 Jr. Town Meeting 3. Well-liked . . . dependable . . . college bound. R. Hout J. Huff 1, S1 CHARLYNNE MARTIN HYDE Academic SABRE 1,2, 3, Senior Editor 45 Choir 2,3,45 Mixed Ensemble 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Girls' Ensemble 3,45 Student Council 25 .lr. Town Meeting 35 All County Chorus 2,45 Delta Sigma, Secretary 45 May Day 2, 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Script. Committe.e 35 Prom Com- mittees 2, 3, 45 Play Tournamenh Committee 2,45 Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3,45 Youth and Govemment 3,45 Clean Speech and Courtesy Campaign Chair- man 3, 4. Attractive . . . sincere . . . Fort Hill's answer to Elizabeth Taylor. S. Huff G. Hull ,.i . fav. ra.. 5 ,Q Q54 I 5 5 . 5, 95 , 5 .. A J. Hillegas j, Hilton General sincere. General many friends. B. Hinkle C. Hyde I .F K 12'ffi:- iikfilif 1 . ' f ff? K it sid' 4? . at , a r 921 K if sag? at -fiat " s k .. eaaa. . . . f V" ' f a.a.a...s.d ,Ai,, Q H H . R Hymes . ltnyre ROBERT EUGENE HYMEs Academic Glee Club 1 Hi Y 2 3 4' F. H. Players 3,4g Thespians 3 Secretary 4' May Day 3,4g Fare- well Assemblies 3 4. Bo ood actor . , . a friend to all. GARY LEE TTNYRE General Jr Town 'Vleetmg btudious quiet . . , popular. EUGENE LoULs KALBAUGH Track lg ,Ir Town Meeting blies 0, 4. B. A. Johnson BARBARA ANN JOHNSON Jr. Town Meeting. Friendly . . . reliable . . . future secretary. BEVERLY ELLEN JOHNSON Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. Dependable . . . soft-spoken . . , courteous. Mouse . . . fun-loving . . . talkative, The www PATRICIA ANN KEESEE Basketball 4g G.A.A. 45 Track 4. Pat . . . always laughing + E. Kalbaugh PHILLIP LAWSOIN KETTERWIAN Vocational Stage Crew 4' Bowling Club 4. Thoughtful . . . always joking . . . a friend to all, MARsHA LEE KIDWELL General Basketball 12' Volleyball l2g Library Club 3 4' Scribes 4. Courteous . . . sweet . , . pretty face. PAUL JOSEPH KIFER General Projection Crew 1. Dependable . . . friendly . . , service bound. P. Ketterman M. Kidwell e J 3 H.. u 1+ V. . . int , , it , ' ' any uri if . , . .,.,., 1,5 -5.1: in - . 'tv' ,Q . . . z.. H x .f' , Qt. E .- asf-ta.-u .Q aa ,,. , U, k .vi . , J- .-,,1-. 1. ,fse??e53Ki5L ' - 5 . 5. ,atggrtifimesggsgeseg gf. f.E' :a.:is-5-11. N' si i"ii-W-"MH 1 ,,.., . ,... E ,, ,. ,., L -.rf est- . . 1. --.tr-4 -, Lf. we if 533 ga f wriigw-iz .,g-QQQW QQ ll -t- Q ,SV W. -?4affRgs?fag5af.affQi 'iiases . A K affstssafgiaxeqifagstgasiggggg Y 5 gQKe?texa.iKaiEEft.am 3553931 Ffa ,W . :sf:..'P:: Watts, Academic 4 3 Farewell Assem- General Library Club 4g . . a good sport, BRENDA JOYCE KLMES Commercial Monitors 2, 3. Soft-spoken . . . quiet , . . marriage bound. fldQ3flex 9, new Q- - 5 'rw 1' . . NES' ft A :Q '5 fa ' ' ' . ig -in fe-- Q .- i z.-if V: 'wk ' ,SQ f QW f ...Q t f- ' N - 5. B. E. Johnson M. Johnson Commercial M. Jones TVTARJORIE SUE JOHNSON Academic Sentinel 2, 3, Exchange Manager 45 Tri Hi Y 1,2, Chaplain 3, Secretary 45 Youth and Govern- ment 3,4g May Day 2, 3,4g Bowling Club 3g Student Council lg Glee Club 1.2, 4, Secretary 3g Choir 2, 3, Secretary 4g All County Chorus 2.49 All Eastern Chorus 43 Mixed Ensemble 2, 3,4g Prom Committees 3,4g Script Committee 3g N. H. S. 4. Interested in music . . . studious . . , future- nurse. MARY LOU JONES Commercial Farewell Assembly 45 May Day 4g Library Club 2, 3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 4. Pretty smile . . . carefree . P. Keesee DOUGLAS MACARTHUR KIRBY General Jr. Town Meeting. Doug . . . pleasing personality . . , many friends. P. Kifer B. Kirnes D. Kirby S..-5-9 K-ve . -.Q 'Fm C. Kissner ri' E. Lewis D. Klosterman B. Kregcr CAROLEE JEANNE KISSNER Academic Sentinel 2, 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,49 Scribes, Assistant Editor 4g N. H. S. 4. Sparkling personality . . . well-liked . , . warm smile. DON.ALD FRANCIS KLOSTERBIAN General .lr. Town Meeting. Don . . . serious . . , quiet. AIARY RUTII LEWIS Commercial Ushers 1.2, 3, President 4g Monitors 1,2, Vice President 33 Student Council 4g Jr. Town Meet- ing 3. Farewell Assemblies 3,44 F. ll, Players 43 Tri Hi Y 4g Prom Committee 3. Eflicient . . . fun-loving . . . sincere. BARIJAIIA ANN LINN Academic Glcc Club 1,2,3,4, All County Chorus 2, 3,43 Tri Hi Y l,2,3g Sentinel 3, Exchange Manager 43 Prom Committees 2,3,4g N.H. S. 3, Vice President 4g Student Council 4, Co-ordinating EILEEN MARCIA LEWIS General Monitors 1. Council 4g Delta Sigma 4. Studious . . . intelligent . . . smile for everyone. B Linn G. Logue GAIL YVONNE Locus General Jr. Town Meeting 23 May Day 3, Well liked . . . considerate . , . easy to get along with. Datomzs MAI4 LoNc Commercial Farewell Assembly 35 Monitor 3, 4g Student Council 3g Library 2, 3, 4. Congenial . . . easy to get along with . . . pleasing personality, D. Long W. Long lf" "Qs H- - Dimples . . . fun-loving . . . friendly. W. Lawyer L. Leatherman BARBARA ANN KRIQGER Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . , pleasing personality . . . agreeable. WILLIAM EARLE LAWYER Academic Band 1,2,3,4g Dance Band 1.2, 3,4g May Day l,2,3,4g .lr. Town Meeting 1.2, 3,4g F. H. Play- ers 3,4g "Arsenic and Old Lace" 35 Thespians 49 Science Club lg Bowling Club 33 Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Prom Committee 3. Fort Hill's answer to Tommy Dorsey , . . a good friend . . , well-liked. -rr' K as. -- M. Lewis WILDA MAE LONG Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . , warm smile . . . future secretary. LINDA VIRGINIA LOWERY General Jr. Town Meeting. ,lovial , . . always laughing , . . everyone's friend. JAMas FRANCIS MALACHOWSKI Academic Glee Club 1,29 F. H. Players 43 Farewell Assem- blies 44 Hi Y 3,45 May Day 4, Thespians 4. Jim . . . likes girls . . . Fort Hillis ,lack Parr, L. Lowery J. Malachowski Lal. wks Q 5-at W R. Malcolm J. E. Malonc J. A. Malone V. Magruder D. Martin RAYMOND FRANKLIN MALCOLM General Jr. Town Meeting. Funloving . . . courteous . . . smiling. JAMES EDWARD 1VTALONIi Academic Football 15 Projection Crew 1,2, 35 Delta Sigma, President 45 May Day 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 SABRE 3, Sports Editor 45 Jr. Town Meeting 45 Prom Committees 2.3,45 Student Council 1, 3. Co-ordinating Council. Advisory Board 45 Glee Commercial JO ANN MALONE Monitors 3,45 SABRE 3, Underclass Editor 45 Basketball 1, 25 Poster Club 45 Farewell Assem- bly 4-5 Volleyball 1,2. Wonderful sense of humor . . . friend to all . . sincere. VIRGINIA ETI-IEL MAGRUDER General Sentinel 3,45 Prom Committee 35 N. H. S. 4. Studious . . . dependable . . . college bound. Club 1. M. Marvin ,lim . . . excellent driver . . , popular. ESTHER LENORE iMiASON Commercial DONNA VIRGINIA NlARTIN Commercial Glee Club 15 SABRE 2, 3, Activities Editor 45 Student Council 2, Treasure-r 35 Poster Club 45 Student Council 15 Farewell Assembly 3. Prom Committees 2,3,45 Basketball Manager 2, Lenny . . . lots of friends . , . marriage bound. 35 Volleyball Manager 2.33 MHY DRY 3,43 -lf' ' Town Meeting 1, 2, 3,45 F. H. Players 3,45 Thes- pians 45 Farewell Assembly 4. CAROL ANN MM. Commercial Good natured . . . attractive , . . marriage bound. Monitors 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 SABRE 3. Faculty Editor 45 Officer 25 Choir 15 Latin Club 15 C. S. M. C. 15 Library Club 15 Student Council 15 Dramatics 15 N. H. S. 4. Dcvotcd to Dick . . , always joking . . . full of pop. ATARY ELLEN MARUN Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . pleasing smilc . . . well-mannered, C. May G. McDonald GARY LEE ATCDONALD General Cross Country 4. Winning personality . . . always smiling . service bound. E. Mason BILLIE JEAN MCGINN Academic Prom Committee 25 F. H. Players 45 May Day 45 Farewell Assembly 4. Jeannie . . . sociable . . . ma11y friends. LINDA ANN ATCNTICHAEL Academic N. H. S. 3, Treasurer 45 Sentinel 2, 3,45 Scribes Editor 45 Senior Council 45 Student Council, President' 15 Farewell Assembly 3,45 Script Committee 4. Mickey . . . likes sports . . . future pharmacist, B. McGinn L. McMichael LAWHIQNQIQ Joslzrir MCKAI' General Track 1.25 Baseball 3,45 Canvas Crew 4, Larry . . . likes sports , l . fun-loving. CARL BTCKINLEY General Jr. Town Meeting. Always laughing . . . likes girls . . , determined. L. McKay C. McKinley .-Qu. Ls C. Merkcl CAROL LOUISE MERKEL Cafeteria Worker 4. Dependable . . . likeable CLENDON LEE NIERITT Jr. Town Meeting. Easygoing . . . quiet . . . G. Merritt B. Mcrtens E. Middleton B. J. Miller General BARBARA JANE MERTENS Academic Band 1, 2, 3,45 Farewell Assembly 35 F. H. Play- . . . marriage bound, ers 4. Sincere . . . studious . . . musically inclined. EILEEN ESTELLA MIIJDLETON Commercial General Ushers 1, 2, 3,45 F. H. Players 35 SABRE 45 1 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 3. . friendly. Always smiling . . . reliable . . . considerate. GEORGE ALBERT MILLER Vocational Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . always smiling . . . likeable. GERRY RUTH MILLER Commercial Tri H-i Y 3,45 Student Council 15 Glee Club 25 Prom Committees 2, 3,45 Farewell Assemblies B. Miller Academic BONNIE JEAN MILLER F. H. Players 35 Tri Hi Y 3,45 Student Council 1,35 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 2, 3,45 Jr. Town Meeting 45 Sentinel 2, 3,45 Basketball 15 Prom Committees 3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Glee Club 1, 2, Librarian 3,45 Mixed Ensemble 45 Gifrls Ensemble 3, 4. Full of pep . . . always smiling . . . marriage bound. 3,45 May Day 4. tively. G. A. Miller JAMES ALEXANDER MILLER Academic Football 1, 2. Friendly . . . easygoing . . , likeable. JOHN CHARLES MILLER Academic Canvass Crew 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Cross Country 1. Lots of fun . . . quiet . . . pleasing personality. LINDA PAULETTE MILLER Academic Prom Committees 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Play Tournaments 3,45 F. H. Players 45 Thes- pians 45 "Angel Street" 45 May Day 45 Delta Sigma 45 G. A. A. 1,25 French Club 15 Chap- lain 25 Choral Club 15 N. H. S. 4. Full of pep . . . helpful . . . friend with everyone. J. A. Miller J. C. Miller Popular . . . many friends . . . dresses attrac- BRENDA JOYCE MILLER Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . courteous ROBERT DOUGLAS MILLER General Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . shy . . . a good friend. TERESA ANN MILLER Academic Glee Club 1. Courteous . . . pleasing personality . . . capable. L. Miller R, Miller Commercial pleasing smile. G. R. Miller T. Miller af ... -Yr in Isl X 5 ai: AA. :EFL . .14 .fee 'J 'Q ,I i. K. Mingle N. Montgomery R. Morgan A. Mortzfeldt C. Mowen , 71 KENNETH LEROY MINGLE General RICHARD THEOPHILUS AIORGAN, JR. General J - " 4 ,5 Football 1,2,33 Track 1. Cross Country 4. . , Ambition: to be ambitious . . . easygoing . . Fun-loving . . . always joking . . . many friends, In many friends. Ng. A ' ti NINA ELIZABETH NIONTGOMERY General Jr. Town Meeting. AMos RAY MORTZFELDT, JR. Vocational A A 3 Easy to get along with . , . friendly . . . agree- Jr. Town Meeting. i able. Quiet . . . courteous . . . sincere. C. Mower g DARRELL WILLIAM MOWEII Academic CLEO JANE MOWEN Commercial Track l,2,3,43 Glee.Club 2. Band l,2, 3,43 All County Band 33 Tri Hi Y Lots of. fun . , . likes girls . . . pleasant 1.2, 3,43 Farewell Assembly 33 Cashier 3,4. DCFSOIIHJIW- Considerate . . . ambitious . . . musically inclined. DONALD RAY MOYVERY General CLIFTON HERBERT MOWER General Jr. Town Meeting. Jr. Town Meeting, Quiet . . . likeable . . . service bound. Clif . . . quiet . . . well-liked. D. Mowery D. Mower PATRICIA IRENE MOYER Academic JAMES RICHARD MURPHY III General A Monitors 43 Band 1. Pat . . . winning smile . . . sincere. CHERYL LEE MULL Academic F. H. Players 3,43 Thespians 3,43 N. H. S. 3,43 May Day 3,43 Play Tournaments 23 Director 43 Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Basketball 1, 2, 3. Talented actress . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . liked by all. JACK KENNEDY MURPHY, JR. Academic Bowling Club 1, 2, 3,43 Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Cut-up . . . lots of fun . . . many friends. P. Moyer C. Mull Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . courteous . . . likeable. CAROL JEAN MURRAY Commercial Band l,2, 3, Secretary 43 Tri Yi Y l,2, 3, Presi- dent 4g County Council Vice President 43 Jr. Town Meeting 43 Student Council 1,23 Class President 23 F. H. Players 4g "Angel Street," 43 Thespians 4g Play Tournaments 33 May Day 23 Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Prom Committees 3,43 May Queen Attendant 3g Sweetheart Queen At- tendant 2, 3. feaniie . . . bright smile . . . future secretary. J. K. Murphy J. R. Murphy C. Murray he L E. diggs A We' gy. '5 S. Myers D. Nelson SHIRLEY JEAN MYERS Monitors 1, 2, 3, 4. ,Air ity AON" JA.: ri XZ ,g.5g5,ipiap5AAsr ai, ,E 4, i . F ,mt 7 sri" fill 'S A at Jak ig.. , me Y Xa T' ri .nag it egfimfg .Q of Writers vt iassaataiam . ., E a , m iss f 'iisis iffff' 1 .ig f 'P ID... I, . F. Nimon General Quiet . . . pleasant personality . . . likeable. M. Nines J. Noel FRANKLIN NORMAN NIMON General F. H. Players 3,45 Play Tournaments 3, Assistant Director 45 Thespians 3,45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3,45 Football 1. Squirrel . . . likes girls . . . many friends. 5 DENNIS OKER NELSON General MELVIN LEROY NINES General I iott Jr. Town Meeting 4. Baseball 1,2, 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Hi Y 3, 4. I Denny . . . mischief-minded . . . hot-rod Likes sports . . . pleasing personality . , . well- advocate. liked. D. Norris EDWARD JESSE NORRIS Vocational JANET LOUISE NOEL C0mmCfCif1l Track 1,25 Projection Crew 1,2,3,45 Stage Crew 3,45 Farewell Assembly 45 Assistant Teen Page Editor 4. Good writer . . . humorous . . . many friends. ROBERT JOsEPH 0,BRIEN Academic Jr. Town Meeting 4. Quiet . . . die-hard Republican . . . many-friends. R. O'Brien Monitors l,2,3, Student Director 45 Library Club 15 Glee Club 25 Jr. Town Meeting 45 Scribes 45 Delta Sigma 4. Warm smile . . . petite , . . many friends. DAVID RICHARD NORRIS Academic Glee Club 1.2, 3, Vice President 45 Choir 2, Vice President 3, President 45 Boys' Ensemble 1,2,3,45 Mixed Ensemble 2,45 All State Chorus 3,45 All County Chorus 2, 3,45 Jr. Town Meet- ing 45 N. H. S. 3, President 45 May Day 2, 3,45 Prom Committee 35 Script Committee 45 Fare- well Assembly 4. Liked by all . . . wonderful personality . . another Caruso. V. O'Neal VIRGIL GUY O,NEAL, JR. General .Jr. 'Town Meeting 45 Projection Crew 4. Junior . . . friendly . . . courteous. CLAYTON CALVIN OSTER Commercial Football l,2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 3,45 Student Coun- cil 25 Farewell Assembly 35 Glee Club 1, 2. One of the "Three Wise Monkeys" . . . well- liked . . . sense Of humor. DOROTHY ELLEN OWENS General Glee Club 15 Farewell Assembly 3. Friendly . . . full of pep . . . always smiling. C. Oster D. Owens E. Norris CAROL JEAN PARDEW N. H. S. 3,45 Glee Club 2, 3. Diligent . . . sincere . . . a wonderful friend. Academic NINA LAFAYE PARKER Academic May Day 45 Bowling Club 35 Library Club 2,35 Monitors 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 FH. Players 4. Kind . . . pleasant . . . many friends. C. Pardew N. Pllfkfll' -Qolvl' I. Parlas A. Petenbrink inf' M. Parsons R. Parsons IRIS RENA PARKS F. H. Players 43 Student Council 2. Rena . . . warm smile . . . marriage bound. General NIARY ANN PARSONS Library Club l,2, 3, President 4g Student Coun- cil 3g Clee. Club 3g Tri Hi Y 2, 3,4g Scribes 4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g May Day 3,4g N. H. S. 4. Pretty face . . . winning Smile . . . liked by all. Academic L L, . A -4 'Kp .F X R. Peck D. Perdew RICHARD JACKSON PARSONS Commercial Track lg Basketball 1,2g Baseball 2, 3,4g Foot- ball 1, 2, 3,4g Jr. Town Meeting 3,49 Farewell Assemblies 3,4. Sports-minded . . . friendly . . . popular. RICHARD FLOYD PECK Academic Football 2, 3,45 Basketball 2, 3,4g Track 2, 3, 4, Dick . . . likes sports . . . well-liked. WALTER WILLIANI PORTER Academic Cross Country 3,45 Track 4. Talkative . . . friendly . . . determined. JOHN EDWARD PRICE General Baseball 2, 3,4g Farewell Assembly 33 Canvas Crew 2, 3, 4. Sports-minded . . , congenial . . . well-liked. J. Price DIARY LOU PRYOR Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . courteous . . . Sweet. DELBERT LEROY PERDEW Academic Football 2, 3,49 Baseball 23 Track 3,4-g Hi Y 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,49 May Day 3,4. Del . . . good athlete . . . many friends. ANDREW CHARLES PETENBRINK Academic Football 2, 3,45 Baseball 23 Track 3,43 Hi Y 2, 3,4g May Day 4g Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Amusing, . . . good friend . . . popular. Commercial TERESA REBECCA REXROAD Band l,2. Pretty hair . . . helpful M. Pryor I? I 'W' ittt f' JACQUELINE ANN REUSCHEL Commercial Majorette 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4g SABRE 3,4g Mon- itors 3g .lr. Town Meeting 4g Class Vice Pres- ident lg Farewell Assemblies 3,4g May Day 3,45 Student Council 3g Glee Club lg Basketball 1. Jackie . . . soft-spoken . . . pert majorette. J. Reuschel T. Rexroad 9' - 2 I . ff I 5 "F ,E ' . EDWARD VICTOR REYNOLDS Bowling 2, 3,4g Jr. Town Courteous . . . friendly . . HARVEY WAYNE RHODES Jr. Town Meeting. Well-liked . . . courteous E. Reynolds I . A -as 1 W. Porter Commercial . . . dependable. Commercial Meeting. likeable. Vocational . . . service bound. H. Rhodes 'ESA' Film.- G. Rice H. Rice GARY JAMES RICE Academic Basketball 1.2, 3,4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,4, Cross Country 3, Hi Y l,2, 4, Chaplain 3, Student Council l,2, 3, Senate. 4, May Day 1,2,3,4, Farewell Assemblies 3,4, Field Worker l,2, 3, 4. Jim . . . not a care in the world . . . mischievous grin. ,957 N "DLX, . N 1 . 7-sl -..,, ,, K K p I My , K , Hi 1 R. Rice W. Rice M. Richard RONALD FRANCIS RICE General Jr. Town Mee.ting. Likes cars . . . pleasing personality . . . well- 1- . liked. . WALTER RUSSELL RICE Commercial - , Choir 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Mixed Ensemble 2, 3,4, -. All County Chorus 2, 3,4, Glee Club 2, 3, , xlvpiif Ts. Qt ' 'F t' K as gnc .-. H it t R , -A A ,. ,QA b f. Q' ,Q HARRY WILLIAM RICE Commercial Quartet 2, Mimeograph Staff 4, Prom Com- . Football l,2, Track 2, F . H. Players 3, Cross mittees 2,3, Farewell Assemblies 3,4, May ..,, Country 4. Day 4. if H ' . Friendly . . . majors in lunch . . . likes girls. A good singer . . . easygoing . . . many friends. :fa V J. Riley T. Ricker JAMES CARLTON RILEY Vocational NTARY MARGARET RICHARD Academic ,csv Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. Quiet . , . pleasant personality . . . dependable. ROBERT MACARTHUR RITCHIE General 'Football 2, Track 2. Bob . . . casygoing . . . friendly. Library Club 2, Vice President 3, Monitors l,2, Student Director 3, President 4, Tri Hi Y 3, Bowling Club 3, Treasurer 4, Farewell Assem- bly 3. Many friends . . . well-liked . . . altar bound. THOMAS DUNLAP RICKER, JR. Academic Band 1,2,3,4, Bowling Club 3, May Day 3,4, Dance Band 2, 3,4, Prom Committee 4. Sense of humor . . . friendly . . . plays trumpet. KENNETH HOWARD ROBERTSON Academic Jr. Town Meeting. Studious . . . ambitious . . . college bound. ALAN JAMES RORY Academic Science Club 1,2,3,4, Student Council 1,2,3,4, ,I-r. Town Meeting 1,2, 3, 4, Co-ordinating Coun- cil, Advisory Board 4. Courteous , . . interested in radio . . . neat dresser. JOAN LEE ROLAND Academic May Day 3,4, Farewell Assemblies 3,4, Choir 2, 3,4, Mixed Ensemble 3,4, Girls' Ensemble 3,4, Glee Club 2, 3, President 1,4, Tri Hi Y 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3,4, Basketball l,2, Prom Committees 3,4, Joanie . . . dependable . . . likes music. K Robertson A Roby R. Ritchie LEO STEWART ROWAN Academic Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, A Track 4. 'Q Fun-loving . . . likes fishing favorite pastime I it dloafing. 9 "Fr LILLIAN lVlAY ROWE Jr. Town Meeting. Many friends . . . quiet .l Roland '73 CT? Commercial .. always smiling. .F L. Rowan L. Rowe 92" .wi , ., A, .A :- 1 A . .. APN- .mgg . K. , mf., . -AA" ' 5 J ax I 'l g :Rm .. 51. 'A 5'3f.- if Q .1 f FW . ,fz . :'mAh A ., 2 X' Arii I. 455,255+ I.-- ' , 1 L. Rowley M. Saville L. Schumaker A. Schwenninger LILLIAN VIRGINIA ROWLEY Academic LINDA FRANCES SHUMAKER Commercial Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,4, Track 3,4, Ushers 1, 2,4, Treasurer 3, Farewell As- semblies 3, 4, Prom Committees 2, 3, 4, May Day 4, G. A. A., President 4, N. H. S. 4. Lil . . . winning personality . . . pretty smile. MERLE LEROY SAVILLE Vocational Stage Crew 3,4, Projection Crew 3,4. Carefree . . . easy-going . . . never serious. BARBARA HELEN SEILER Monitors 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HOMER SEILER Pla Tournaments 4 ning smile. B. Seiler Academic SHIRLEY RENEE SHAFFER Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Monitors 1,2, 3, Vice President 4, G. A. A., Vice President 4, Farewell Assemblies 3, 4. Good friend . . . atliletically inclined . . . sincere. PATRICIA LOUISE SHAHAN Academic Jr. Town Meeting 4. Tall blonde . . . quiet . . . easygoing. RICHARD DOUGLAS SHAMBAUGH General Jr. Town Meeting 4. Quiet . . . cut-up . . . well-liked. S. Shaffer P. Sllallan Well-liked . . . clothes conscious . . . Y ' , Fort Hill's Bob Hope . . . good natured . . . wm- Jr. Town Meeting. Tiny . . . quiet . . . sweet. ALICE JANE SCHWENNINGER Commercial Library Club 1, 2, 3,4, Monitors 4, Tri Hi Y 3,4, SABRE 3, Activities Editor 4, Farewell As- Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Hi Y 3,43 Jr. Town Meet- ing 4, Farewell Assemblies 3,43 May Day 3,4, F. H. Players 4, Thespians 4, '5Angel Stre.et'7 4, R. Schwenninger sembly 3. Reliable . . . future-housewife . . . full of pep. J. Seeders General RONALD LEE SCHWENNINGER Commercial Jr. Town Meeting. good friends. Tall . . . friendly . . . Fort Hill's "absent minded professor." Academic JAMES HOWARD SEEDERS General Canvas Crew 1, 2, 3,4, Track 1. Quiet . . . courteous . . . well-liked. W. Seiler SHAMBAUGH General STEPHEN EDWARD Jr. Town Meeting 4. Stevie . . . happy-go-lucky . . . always smiling. HAROLD WALLACE SHANER Academic Jr. Town Meeting 4. Quiet . . . always has fun . . . likeable. R. Sllambaugb S. Shambaugh 1.5, .5 4, . .. .. wi-QW, '39 '1 . F it S le . if .. ,QQ Wit' Q H X H f .ff'.:::fvI . f , ?iQff".z77fsY'.l-': Hi ,F 1? :L K am, . H.S haner ,..... gg , was T , QI I fl .SEM If we M ai! , VW' ,. 9, W. Shanholtz MGH G. Shipway GLEN RICHARD SHIPWAY Academic Student Council 3, Senate 4g Basketball 3,4g Baseball 3,4g Prom Committees 3,43 Hi Y 3, P. Shannon. L. Shatzcr WESLEY JAMES SHANHOLTZ Vocational Jr. Town Meeting 4. Wes . . . devilish . . . mischief-maker. PATRICK ALAN SHANNON Academic Band 1, 2, 3,4g Dance Band 2, 3,4g All County Band 2, 3,4g All State Band 2, 3,4-g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Prom Committees 2, 3,4g Pro- jection Crew 1g Play Tournaments 2, 3,4g Thes- pians, Treasurer 4g "Arsenic and Old Lacei' 3g May Day 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, President 4. Put . . . ambitious . . . neat dresser. Vice-President 45 N. H. S. 4. Dependable . . . courteous . . . liked by all. ROGER 'LEE SHUMAKER General Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . studious . . . friendly. R. Shumaker ,t Qt? ,1 'P I 'I S4 O I R A. Siebel ,L - -Ji? .z,. 'uni Q, l J A all as 3 it 3 Q, W. Sheetz R. Shewbridge LINDA FAYE SHATZER Commercial Basketball 1g Tri Hi Y 1,25 Monitors 2, 3,4g SABRE 3, Faculty Co--Editor 4. Shatzie . . . petite: parcel of pep . . . life of the party. WILLIAB1 SANTFORD SHEETZ Academic Football 2, 3,45 Baseball 2, 3,4g Basketball 2, 3,45 Hi Y 3,43 Student Council 45 Outstand- ing Boy 4. Bill . . . athletically inclined . . . popular with classmates. ROBERT WILLIAM SHEWBRIDGE General Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Rosie . . . sports-minded . . . quiet. A 9 2 Y . 1 PERCY DWAYNE SHIPLEY General p Jr. Town Meeting, Fun-loving . . . hot rod . . . practical joker. ' A P. Shipley ANNA VIRGINIA SIEBEL Academic CHARLES MAURICE SKIDMORE General Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Choir 3,4. Petite . . . likes music . . . a good friend. GERALD STEVEN SINGLETON Academic Jr..Town Meeting 4. Quiet . . . plays golf . . . future-chemist. WILLIAM P1-IILLIP SISK, JR. General Jr. Town Meeting. Sincere . . . friendly . . . always smiling. Aaaaim. G. Singleton B, Sisk G mf- Hi Y 3,43 Swimming Team 1.2, Track 1. Humorous . . . likes girls . . . easygoing. KATHRYN FRANCES SKITARELIC Academic Glee Club lg Student Council 2g Sentinel 2, Sports Editor 3,4g Science Club 3, 45 N. H. S. 3, 4. Talkative . . . well-known by classmates . . . college bound. C. Skidmore K. Skitarelic .l - of-Q' .nf JOHN ARTHUR SMITH A. Smith kv' G. Smith J. Smith ALMA LEE SMITH Commercial Basketball 35 Volleyball BQ G. A. A. 4, Glee Club lg Farewell Assemblies 3,4g May Day 4. Friendly . . , a good driver . . always smiling. GEORGE EDWARD SMITH Academic F. H. Players 3,4g Thespians 3, President 4g Prom Committees 2, 3,43 Play Tournaments 3, Director 4g "Arsenic and Old Lacen 35 "Angel Street" 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,49 May Day 3,43 Projection Crew 2, 3. s-FEQ J. A. Smith JOSEPH ROBERT LEE SMITH Jr. Town Meeting 4. Joe . . . lots Of friends . . . K. Smith General joker. General good actor. ' R. Smith JAMEs ROBERT SMITH Academic Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3,4g Baseball Manager 3,44 Cross Country 33 Canvas Crew 2, 3,4g Student Council 2g Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3, 4. Bob . . . always laughing . . . another Cassanova. ' Many friends . . . wonderful presonali-ty . . . a KATHY ANN SMITH Monitors Club 2, 3, 4. Quiet . . . friendly Devilish . . . many friends . . . easygoing. RICHARD EVANS SNYDER General RICHARD LEE SMITH Jr. Town Meeting. l Baseball 1,2,3- Quiet . . . easygoing . . . frlendly. R. Snyder G HQ A WILLIAM TIMOTHY SNYDER General Jr. Town Meeting 4. Lots of friends . . . sincere . . . courteous. JUDY ANN FLORENCE SPENCE Academic F. H. Players 3,4g Farewell Assembly 4g May I Day 4. A Dependable . . . friendly . . . sincere. A A W. Snyder J. Spence S. Spooler Jr. Town Meeting 4. Likes girls . . . easygoing . . . very friendly. Academic l . . COLll'lEDl1S. war Academic R. J. Smith WILLIAM STEPHEN SPOOLER Academic Jr. Town Meeting. Steve . . . quiet . . . friendly manner. RONALD REGIS STEVENS General Jr. Town Meeting. Jolly . . . easygoing . . . good driver. ROBERT CARL STRAWDERMAN General Jr. Town Mee.ting. Bob . . . many friends . . . courteous. R. Stevens R. Strawderman k it -mmss-www-rw., W,,s.A...tW.. Ar..- s Y. Stutzman J. Sullivan YVONNE ANNETTE STUTZMAN Academic Glee Club 2g Student Council 1,4g Tri Hi Y 3,4g Youth and Government 3,43 Prom Com- mittees 2, 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g May Day 3, 4. Tonii . . . gift of gab . . . beautiful blue. eyes. JUDITH ANN SULLIVAN Commercial F. H. Players 3,4g Thespians 45 Tri Hi Y 4g Prom Committee 4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4g May Day 3, 4. Peppy . . . well-liked . . . always laughing. B. Swan W. Thomas Commercial BONNIE JEAN SWAN Clee Club 13 SABRE 45 Tri Hi Y 3,45 Monitors 2,35 F. H. Players 3,45 Thespians 45 Farewell Assemblies 3,45 May Day 3,4g Jr. Town Meet- ing 1, 2, 3. Beautiful brunette . . , friendly . . . liked by all who know her. WALTER ARTHUR THOMAS General Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1, 2. Mutts . . . serious . . . good friend. R. Thompson P. Trost CHARLES WILLIAM TURBIN Vocational RICHARD CHARLES THOMPSON General Track 25 Cross Country Jr. Town Meeting. Bill . . . practical joker well-liked. Carefree . . . easygoing . . . many friends. MILDRED CATHERINE TURK General PATRICK EDGAR TROST General Library Club 1,2,3g Glee Club 1, 2,3g Jr. Town Hi Y 3,4g Student Council 3g Track 1g Cross Meeting 3, 4. Country 4g Canvas Crew 4. Sweet . . . courteous . . . always helpful. Bashful . . . likes girls . fun-loving. B. Turbin M. Turk EDWARD PAUL TWIGG, JR. Vocational NANCY LEE VALENTINE Academic Stage Crew 1g Hi Y 29 Swimming Team 1. Quiet joker . . . courteous . . . likeable. GEORGE LEE Twrcc General Football 1, 2, 3, 49 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Base- ball 1. Friendly . . . likes girls . . . sports-minded. ORAIN ROBERT TWIGG General Football 2, 3,45 Track 2, 3, 43 Jr. Town Meet- ing 1. Bob . . . likes girls . . . fun-loving. E. T wigg G. Twigg Tri Hi Y 1,2,3,4g Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Sweet personality . . . kind to others . . . many friends. ROBERT LLOYD VOLK Football 1. Bob . . . not a care in R. Twigg General the world . . . fun-loving. N. Valentine R. Volk L. Waite. R. Weber LANA LOUISE WAITE Academic All County Chorus 2,3,4g Choir 2, 3, Historian 4g Glee Club 1,25 Sentinel 2, 3, Assistant Busi- ness Manager 4g Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3,43 Farewell Assemblies 3,4g Script Committee 3g May Day 2, 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3,4g Student Council 4g Jr. Town Meeting 3,4g Delta Sigma, Chaplain 4g Play Tournaments 4g N. H. S. 4. Pretty face . . . well-liked . . . many friends. JUNE ROSEANN WEBER Academic Choir Accompanist 2, 3,4g Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 4g Glee Club Accompanist lg Script Committee 3g Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Tri Hi Y 1, 2, 3,4g Prom Committees 2, 3,4g May Day 3,4g Sen- tinel, Co-Feature Editor 3, Feature Editor 4g Senior Council 4g Science Club 4. Thoughtful . . . intelligent . . . well-known by classmates. FRANCES ANN WHEELER Tri Hi Y 3,4. Pretty face . . . many friends FRANKLIN CECIL WHITE Jr. Town Meeting 4. Easygoing . . . carefree . . . F. Wheeler PRENTICE PORTER WHITE Academic Jr. Town Meeting 4g Choir 4. Friendly . . . studious . . . courteous. BARBARA ANN WHITEMAN General Jr. Town Meeting 4. Considerate . . . quiet . . . carefree. LANA LEE Winnows General Monitors 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,4. Quiet . . . pleasing personality . . . congenial. P. White B. Whiteman Student Council lg Glee Club .AV , N. Weese G. Weimer NORMA JEAN WEESE General Library Club 1, 2,45 May Day 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,45 Prom Committees 2, 3,43 Tri Hi Y 1. Attractive . . . witty . . . agreeable. GERALDINE JEAN WEIMER Academic Monitor 4. Always laughing . . . agreeable . . . a friend to everyone. Academic SHIRLEY REBECCA WELSH lg Monitors 3,43 Monitor 1 2 3 4 Quiet . . . many friends . . . future . . . well-dressed. Vocational RICHARD WILLIAM WESTFALL Jr. Town Meeting sense of humor. Bi. . . . quiet . . . serious SHIRLEY ANN WIEGAND Academic Science Club 3,4g Projection Crew 1, 2,3 Energetic . . . cheerful disposition . . . marriage bound. NJARGARET ELAINE WIGFIELD Academic Jr. Town Meeting. Sports-minded . . . capable . . . friendly L. Widdows 9 5 5 ' -EV: 'Q , "if f 1' 1 :i 'FHYQIOA 5 af: 'Ek Wiegand E 1 A 4,2 5 Lf , B. Williams S. K. Wolford TWILNER ROBERT WILLIAMS General .lr. Town Meeting. Likes girls . . . Z1 good skater . . . friendly. M. Williams B. Wilson BARBARA ANN WILLIAMS .lr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . dependable . . . well-liked. General LINDA LEE WILSON Academic Jr. Town Meeting. Quiet . . . dependable . . . Sincere. L. Wilson BARBARA .JEAN WILSON SABRE 4g Monitors 3,45 Library Day 3,4g 'Farewell Assemblies S. F. WOlfo1'd Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4g May 3, 4g Student Council l,2g Jr. Town Meeting 3,4g Prom Com- mittee 2, 3. Barb . . . likes to dance . . . pleasing personality. SANDRA FAYE WOLFORD General DAVID CHARLES WRATCHFORD Academic Jr. Town Meeting. Choir 3,4g Farewell Assemblies 3,43 Hi Y 2, 3, Sandy . . . likes to laugh . . . helpful. 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Dave' . . . a great joker . . . everybody'S friend. G. Yaider SONIA KAY WOLFORD General A. Zembower Jr. Town Meeting. Sonie . . . likes to laugh . . . helpful. GLADYS VIRGINIA YAIDER Commercial .lr. Town Meeting. Carefree . . . quiet . . . friendly. ALICE ELAINE ZENIBOWER Commercial Basketball l,2g Volleyball lg Farewell Assem- blies 3,4g Cashier 2, 3, 4. Tinker . . . sports-minded . . . life of the party. NOT PICTURED PATRICIA ANN WESTFALL CHARLES EVERSTINE RALSTON JAMES DAVID DAVIS JAMES VERNON HOOVER HARRY PHILLIP MERRILL JAMES OWENS FRIEND JOHN FRANCIS DORSEY D. Wratchford General General General General General General General THE SENIOR COUNCIL Planning for and carrying out projects of the senior class are members of the Senior Class Council. Seated is William Dickinson, president. Standing are Linda McMichael, Paul Green, Pat Shannon, Judy Menges, Roseann We,ber, Barbara Dela Grange, Caro- lyn Cooper and Ronald Godlove. Bill Dickinson conducts a Senior Council meeting while Dick Bittner, Carolyn Cooper, Ronnie Codlove, Linda McMichael, Paul Green, Roseann Weber, Judy Menges and Pat Shannon assist in the planning. H8 - - an 5 fl ' a , fff 3' ', ........ William Dickinson receive.s the robe of the Senior Class Henry Fehlman and Bill Lawyer assist Roseann Weber in President from Nancy Huff in the Senior Farewell Assembly. preparing dCC01'3fi0IlS for the -ll'--S11 PTOUI- Members of the Sentinel prepare for their annual trip to New York for the C. S. P. A. convention. Row I : L. Highland, B. Miller, M. Johnson.. Row II: K. Skitarelic, B. Dickinson, Billie Jean Atkinson is taping streamers, an important task D. Hill, Row III: R. Weber, L. Waite, J. Roland, M. Freno, in decorating the gym for the annual Jr.-Sr. Prom. B. Linn, V. Magruder. H9 'laid Pictured are the Tri Hi Y Committee members who conducted Mr. Carl Ritchie holds a stern vigil over Donna the HMos't Courteous Boy and Girl" contest. Martin, Judi Sullivan, Bonnie Swan, and Carol Holmes, who are participating in daily homeroom antics. Installed as National Honor Society Ofiicers were Carole ,leant Pardew, secretrzryg Barbara Linn, vice-president, David Norris, presi- flentg Cheryl Mull, jewelerg and Linda McMichael, treasurer. arei .i WE ' xr .f"'f"f ' . .W , ,. rareitf , Rose Ann Weber, Principal Victor D. Heisey and Mrs. Cassie Seen "Standing on the Corner," a musical number, presented Hast, chairman of the Red Cross drive at Fort Hill, admire a during -the May Day ceremonies, are Charlynne Hyde, Bonnie few of the articles which will go into the school chest. Miller, and James Bowman. Hidden is Charles Brown. Lillian Rowley and Delbert Perdew are being assisted by the receptionists of Ruh1's Studio in the selection of their class pictures. umm sesame 1 is M as M, L ff yr 121 Busily selling SABRE subscriptions in the school lobby are Don Duffy helps to decorate the intersection at Williams Linda Hanifin, business manager, and Shafron Gnegy, a mem- Street with Fort Hill football players in preparation for the ber of the business staff. Thanksgiving Day game. Jim Rice, Holly Smith, Tim Barnes, Pat Shannon, Bobbie Hinkle, Seldon Harris, and Peggy Groves explain the qualities of a good leader during a panel discussion sponsored by the Senior Student Council before. the student body. Winners of the Clean Speech and Courtesy Cam- paign which was sponsored by the Alpha Beta Tri Hi Yare-Left row: Charlotte Gregg, Charles Grifiith, Gary Hahne, Jack Williams, and Dave Howser. Center row: Ronnie Godlove and Kay Humbertson. Right row: Ronnie Bell, Carla Stemple, Janet Orndorlf, and Jane Berry. Ab- sent when the picture was taken was Rebecca Alexander. William Sheetz, Charlotte Gragg OUTSTANDING BOY AND GIRL Throughout her high school years, Charlotte Gragg has been outstanding in scholarship and personality. Because of her exceptional record, she has achieved the honor of HOutstanding Girl" in the 1961 SABRE. Intelligence and hard work qualified her for the Na- tional Honor Society as a junior. Charlotte served as a senior editor for the SABRE this year, and was an active member of the Alpha Beta Tri Hi Y. She also achieved the honor of being elected HlVIost Courteous Girl" of the senior class. To a very deserving 'girl go the wishes of the SABRE for continued success. William Sheetz was elected the "Outstanding Boyn in the 1961 senior class for his outstanding service to his class and Fort Hill. Bill has participated in the sports program since he first entered Fort Hill, and because of his excellent achievements in sports, he received the ,Iim Turner Award. His sports activities included basketball, football, and baseball. He was also an active member of the boys, Hi-Y and Student Council and his outstanding personality has won him many friends throughout his years at Fort Hill. To a most deserving boy, the SABRE of 1961 extends sincere wishes for a very successful future. e econ DECIDED DDU zxrnmnznsm AQ ' rml1 .fi ll- !-' 'W BHUWNES STORE 430-432 WILLIAMS STREET DANIEL Y. BROWN Congratulations to THE l96l GRADUATES McFarland's Auto Shop Specialists in wreak repairing and painting Front End Alignments 503 Pine Ave. PA. 4-1216 Congratulations to THE CLASS OF '61 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 lsland Lunch Come To Brockey's Restaurant Where all friends meet Frostburg, Maryland 7 Cumberland's Oldest Shoe Store Smith's Tender Feet 137 Baltimore Street Cumberland, Maryland Congratulations to THE CLASS OF '6l BEN FRANKLIN 5 AND 'IO CENT STORE Locally Owned - Nationally Known HANKS PHARMACY 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 KAPLON'S Young Men's Shop Cumberland, Maryland HOME OF Tlllllflll CLOTH ES COLLINS Peffinls Food Market G. M' C. Truck Con-'pany JOHN A. FIER 501 Baltimore Avenue Cumberland, Maryland "G. M. C. Trucks and School Buses " "Case" Tractor and Farm Machinery Route 40, East Cumberland, Maryland Phone: PA. 2-3922 RIC HARDSON'S Corner of Park and Harrison Streets WARHAFT'S DRAPERIES - SLIPCOVERS FABRICS - KIRSCH RODS Free Estimates On Custom Draperies 79 N Centre St Phone PA 4 1740 THE MANHATTAN Natnonally Famous Men s Wear Baltnmore Street at Llberty Berme s Atlantrc Servrce 638 Greene Street Cumberland Md Phone PA 2 9841 Premium Motor Owl Impernal Gasolnne Atlantic Keeps Your Car On The Go AFTER THE GAME VISIT SHAW S CAFE Congratulatuons 61 GRADUATING CLASS SNYDER S Esso Service Station Exclusive Servnce Tr: State Towel 81 Coat Servuce Corner Frederick St 8. Reglna Ave Cumberland Md Representative GLEN K DAVIS Phone PA 2 7544 We wrlte Every Form Insurance Protectuon Alrllne Steamshrp Ra: Tours vISlf our office in the Algonguln Hotel I29 0 I 0 0 to 1 1 'l'l03 Oldtown Road Phone: PA. 2-4868 S U of . 'I TI-IE CHANEY CUMBERLAND TRANSPGRTATION TIMES - NEWS COMPANY Congrafulafions fo fh MQCGREGOR SPORTS EQUIPMENT '61 GRADUATING CLASS TRI - STATE WILSON MINE 85 MILL SUPPLY COMPANY 0 0 MECHANIC STREET 3 0 COMM C S O fff to Champions" 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 YANKEE MAID- HAMS, FRANKS, and BACON BLUE BONNET MARGARINE - FLEISCHMANNS YEAST Fresh Meat Hotel and Restaurant Products lg enbaum' 131 R U H L ST U D I 0 S .ine Camera lgorfraifd V25 EIIHLIJVE THUIII-UNE BUMP!-KNY CUFFY'S Corner Confectionery Dining and Dancing TEENAGERS Cresaptown, Maryland Z 5 3 , A. .q.:AfV,, 5 -,:W ,,.Q Q SQ I "VE: 5 1, 5 .1 ---- '- ,Q A ' f ' I ' ,.,- 'S--,. if Cumberland Maryland I Congratulations to THE CLASS OF l96l Blubaugh's Esso Station Congratulations to THE 1961 GRADUATES from MASON'S SNACK BAR H. G. ROEBUCK 81 SON Compliments INCORPORATED of PRINTERS . UTHOGRARHERS 2140 Aisquith St. Baltimore 18, Md H0pkins 7-6700 103 Baltimore St. PA. 2-1960 Producers of your l96l Annual Compliments of 1suRKE's RESTAURANT A io Fiffii sneer 1 l ZENTH - NORGE SIRNA MARKET Ridgeley, wesi virginia Phone: 8-9610 134 Sove two woys ot AIIJEIIIS "Big LIITEIEH Marl-QEI West Route 40 Cumberland, Maryland PA. 2-6900 Famous Foods ot Low Prices Plus S 84 I-I Green Stamps Shop to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday To 6 p.m. Saturday B E N N E T T ' S THE GAS and ELECTRIC c:oMPANY BOTTLED GAS and IRON FIREMAN HEATING APPLIANCES GAS -- OIL - COAL 'I30 North -Centre Street Phone PA. 2-7900 THE SOUTH CUMBERLAND PLANINC MILL COMPANY Your Community Lumber Yard Since 1896 Queen Street Cumberland, Maryland I35 I 5 gg... The Juniors get measured for their long owcuted class rings. 'Z' HARVEY'S JEWELRY STORE Q Disfribufors of FORT HILL CLASS RINGS Complimenfs of X gg LOVERS L - X. , r,L LEAP ESSO STATIGN N3 Q A . Jiri 1 h""'-., WN, " Q-,... . NL., M, jg, if gy Q ,W mga. vig K 1, , 15, . ,,,k .VV , XIFVL MLW! L --.QR Yi. E 136 LIGHTS FLOWER SHOP Flowers for All Occasions 110 Virginia Ave. Phone: PA. 4-5577 Compliments of ABE'S JEWELRY STORE MAPLESIDE PHARMAC J. E. McMichael, Reg. Pharmacist 911 Oldtown Rd. PA. 4-176 Complete Drug and Prescription Service MONEY ORDER SERVICE 5 O'Neal Cut Rate Store Baltimore Ave. and Shades Lane Patent Medicines - Toilet Articles Gifts - Toys Hunting and Fishing Licenses PA. 2-4441 SUPER SHOES Self Service 15-17 North Centre Street NEHI Bottling Company Bottlers of RC COLA NEHI PAR-T-PAK Buchanan Lumber Co. CASH and CARRY 49 N. Centre St. Cumberland, Md. W-C-UM 137 QUEEN CITY DAIRY Enjoying Queen City's Delicious Ice Creom ond Milk ore Chorlotte Grogg Choriynne Hyde, Jim Molone, Moria Freno, ond Lindo Honifin. 138 Corner of Paco and Chase Streets C6tfAQl"I'l'l6Ll'l if uaineaa ,iw Founded 1917 Not on unemployed Graduate for Twenty-six Years 171 BALTIMORE STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: PA. 4-0966 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '61 BEIGHTOL 9S Grocery ONARCH PRINTING CO. 116 FREDERICK STREET CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND Phone: PA. 2-1436 PRINTING - RULING - ENGRAVING STEEL DIE EMBOSSING OFFSET Always at your service W.A. Douglas, President George F. Hazelwood, Chairman A. H. Wilson, Ist, V. Pres. 81 Gen. Supt. The GEORGE F. HAZEL OOD COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS Howard Street Cumberland, Maryland Compliments to the GRADUATES OF 1961 from STATE EAEHEH5 ULLEGE 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 for teachers For further information: 1961 SUMMER SESSION: MISS ELIZABETH HITCHINS JUNE I9 -JULY 28, 1961 Registrar in charge of Admissions State Teachers College FIFTY-EIGHTH YEAR BEGINS Frostburg, Maryland TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1961 OVerbrook 9-6622 140 POTOMAC FARMS 5th and Race Streets Cumberland Maryland Phone PA 24416 Gtfgh gy Mk Dc: e Cle Compliments of A a P SUPEHMAHHETS 'I Wlneow Street Greene Street Cumberland and LaVaIe, Maryland 141 N-X' S' H" 'L A Se- v?.."" 72. nr' S I ' l I U e in t eir ener from Potomac Forms il ore v m d "Butch" Hammersmith. lRllTZMIllLIUER MIEMOIRIIAILS YOUR CEMETERY MEMORIAL DEALER F ft FREDERICK d GEORGE STREETS DIAL PA 2 4300 CHRISTOPHER PHOTO LAB WHOLESALERS CUMBERLAND MARYLAND A Complete cmd Dependable Photo Service ASTOR Phone CABS PA 2 5050 Congrafukwfrons fo The CLASS OF 7961 MOON GLO SKATING RINK Bedford Road SKATE FOR FUN AND HEALTH I42 O 'yY M Y Sff t' Ath ' dR k fAg M 'IAdAIIOth F' G 't I For the Frnest In Dry Cleanung Drapes and Furnrture Covers South End Cleaners 81 Dyers fl hour dry cleanrng Rugs 84 Upholstery? 219 Vlrglnla Avenue Phone PA 2 3322 CITY CLEANERS 501W N Centre Street CCYLE S Bantam Super Market J T 81 F L COYLE 232 Vlrglnla Ave PA 4 4360 VALLEY LUMBER CO where the home begms Complete Ime of bunldmg materials PA 2 7760 Cumberland Optlclans AL TOSH Owner 15 South Liberty Street Cumberland Md Phone PA 24757 KLINE PHOTO SERVICE Guaranteed Flnlshmg Wedding Photography Albums Developing Prlntlng Copying Oil Colormg Headquarters for Class Brllfolds and Enlargements 39 Boone Street Phone PA 2 1922 GARRETT S 325 Vrrgmra Avenue Cumberland Maryland VIRGILS MARKET MEATS and PRODUCE 1306 River Avenue PA 4 1330 S 8. H Green Stamps Good Goods Come In Lnttle Packages THE S T LITTLE JEWELRY C0 REGISTERED JEWELERS American Gem Socnety 143 . . ' . I Bedford Road lnext to Firehalll 1 COmP'imfHfS Of TRIPLETT STUDIO KEECH'S DRUG STORES I22 Green Street 43 and 600 Virginia Avenue Prescription Service ot Both Stores Cumbefhlndf MU"YIU'1d Phone: PA' 4-1208 and 2-7112 i "The only Studio in Cumberland thot uses Cumberland' Maryland Modern Electronic Speed Lights." SYKES STYLE SHOP Special Attention to Juniors K3-177 Half Sizes 'IZM to 24Vz .lohnson's Restaurant Sportswear - Dresses - Suits - Coots Route 28 Evening Weor - Lingerie - Bros - Girdles Open 'I'I a.m. - 9 p.m. Everyday Phone: Rmwood 8-9167 I64 N. Centre St. Phone: PA. 2-'I570 il IS WHAT YOU GET . . . ELECTRICALLYI FOR EXAMPLE, LOOK WHAT A PENNY STILL DOES: Cooks 0 full meol or I person or Toosts 20 slices of brecid or Gives 2 Hours of TV or Lights ci 150 wott light 2 hours or Brews 20 cups of coffee! ELECTRICITY IS YOUR BIGGEST BARGAIN TODAY! THE POTOMAC EDISON COMPANY 144 NOVELTIES LEATHER GOODS CALENDARS PENCILS BOOK MATCHES SIMEON T WILSON 55 Boone Street Cumberland Md Phone PA 4 II43 representing BANKERS ADVERTISING COMPANY Iowa Cnty Iowa The HOUT Construction Company HAULI NG AND EXCAVATI NG Shades Lane P O Box 1304 Cumberland Maryland T45 . I a : 0 " O I I O . I CECSS .RESTAL URALNT 508 PARK STREET CHICKEN RABBIT STEAKS HOAGIES DELICIOUS HAMBURGERS Phone PA. 4-9728 Prop. "CEC" GRIMES YOUNG MEN KEEP WELL DRESSED FOR LESS WHEN THEY SHOP BURTON'S in Cumberland or LaVale ' 5' MASSEY FERGUSON TRACTOR We iCE, CREAM and FARM MACHINERY 5 SALES and SERVICE 0 1 'K Klghf s Garage 53 .Es 1, ROUTE 2, BALTIMORE PIKE few .TT1 I Cumberland, Maryland P' . """ Phone: PA. 4-4170 BANANA SPLITS-SImoAEs " HoAsIES " NllLK SHARES' Bn' CANTEEN SERVICE R W HUCK unld your lifuiure upon the solid foundoinon of cn Good Educoiion WORKS SEVEN CUMBERLAND MD H PLATE GLASS COMPA iq fo o i -i i Ngxiav fiflum kk wan-2125? 953156525 Complimenfs of ll E 1 f - - Q u g good use of Huck's Co Service Eileen Middleton ond Co Allee. O , O THE BO WLER Six Mile House Western MoryIond's First Complete Modern Automatic Bowling Center Bowling-One gome for All Ages W B0 THE BIG "T" Tops IN snonrs Dial 1450 NOTE TO CLASS OF 1961 AND ALL AUTO DRIVERS The Good Driver that wants to stay olive DOES NOT DOES SPEED OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS RACE THINK OF OTHER CARS SCREECH TIRES THINK OF THE SAFETY OF ALL OVERLOAD ANTICIPATE DANGER AHEAD ENDANGER OTHERS DRIVE WITHIN SAFE SPEED Compliments of EHZIEG INSUHI-INIIE PIHENIIY AUTO - FIRE -LIFE - GENERAL LIABILITY More Coverage for Less Cost 3 miles out OLDTOWN RD. Phone CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND PArkview 2-0508 FERDINAND'S DRIVE-IN SNACK BAR Bedford Road Route 220 North ff Q' Irdina f I A' Most Modern Drive-ln in Western Md. First with Electronic Ordering System to Serve You Better ond Foster with the Best Food in Town. Your Host, Tony Freno I49 Compliments of H. LAPP and SUNG PLUMBING ond HAULI NG 716 Old wn Ro d C berland, Maryland Get The Best Get The Finest Meats in Town are Found at GARLITZ BROTHERS First Street and Grand Avenue Compliments to the CLASS OF "6l" WINDSOR BARBER SHOP 7 BARBERS 107 S. George St. PA. 4-9705 Ben Kamens George Kline It Pays to Cross Town to Kline Furniture Company 405-413 Virginia Avenue Phone: PA. 2-4820 Compliments of Capital Bowling Alleys 508 Virginia Avenue Phone: PA. 2-9862 Best wishes to THE CLASS OF 1961 A. M. JACK GROCERY 1304 Virginia Ave. Cumberland, Md. Phone: PA. 4-0360 BAUGHMAN Contracting Co., Inc GENERAL CONTRACTORS Tractors and Trailers for H-eavy Hauling 1201 National Highway, LaVaIe Phone: PA. 2-4588 - 2-4589 Cumberland, Maryland STACY'S MARKET 51 North Centre Street Specializing in Fresh Sea Foods lk W-vm The cast of "Angel Streetw was composed of-Row I: Linda Highland, Jeannie Murray, Linda Miller. Row II: Edward Harris, Thomas Johnson, Bill Seiler, George Smith Wlth the ,guidance of MISS Helen Slllltll dtrector and Bobble Ann Hlnkle student dzrector members of the Fort Hlll Players and Thesplan Troupe 230 presented Angel Street a H1ldV1Ct0f13H drama 1n three acts m the Fort Hlll Hlgh School Auditorium Members of the cast included George Smlth as Mr Mannmgham Carol Murray, as Mrs Mannzngham Wllllam Seller as Sergeant Rough Linda Hlchland as Eltzabeth and Llnda lVl1ller as Nancy Asslstlng the group with their pro duction was Mlss Lilhan Boughton, who was re sponsible for obtaining and supervising properties Angel Street Jeanne Murray and George Smith enact a scene from the Fort Hill Players' production of "Angel Street. The detective Bill Seller is shown talkin to Mrs. Mannin ham Carol Murray in a suspense-filled scene. tv f ' Students from Mrs. Madeline Mewshawis advanced math class trim the Christmas tree for the main lobby. They are R. Schwenninger, D. Helmick, C. Flanagan, B. Hout, D. Norris, R. Campbell, T. Mil- ler, C. Perdew, C. Kissner, K. Berry, J. Hamilton, B, Hymes, K. Robertson. 065. GUUD BRUDIMNG FUR A 5ECQE.AeiY Members of Miss Yola Hudson's and Miss Mary Martin's senior home economics classes are seen preparing a Christmas tea for members of the faculty. Row I: J. Miller, B. Atkinson, B. Carbaugh, P. Dill, S. Wiegand, B. Swan, N. Weese, S. Allee, B. Buser, B. Evans. Row II: S. Cross, Y. Stutzman, S. Huff, B. Dicken, M. Lewis, A. Siebel. As a project in Mr. David LaFon's Shortf hand. class, Marlene Lewis and Nancy Mower are shown decorating the bulletin board. Miss Martha R106 and NIISS Naomi Teter reveal a unique way of transportation in India en route to the TajMaha1 , W Miss Mary Calemine is shown standing in front of the famous Bernini Fountain in St. Peter's Square, Rome, Italy. Page M. J. Adams 95 R. Adams ... ... 95 W. Algieri . . . . 95 C. Allee ..... . . . 95 S. Allee ........ . . . 95 C. Andrews .... . . . 95 D. Athey .... . . . 95 G- A'-hey -- 95 S. Athey . . . . . 95 B. J. Atkinson 95 J. Atwell 95 A. Ault .... . . . 95 D. Baker . . , , , 95 L. Ballou .... . . . 96 J. Barrett ... . .. 96 G. Bartik .... . . . 96 R. A. Beck .. ... 96 J. Bell .... . . . 96 D. Bender . . . . . 96 C. Bennett . . . . . 96 K. Berry .... . . . 96 C. Bierman . . . . . 96 S. Billmyer . . , . . 96 O. Bishop .... 96 J. Bittner . . . . 96 R. Bittner , , , 96 R. Blank .... . . . 97 S. Blume ...... . . . 97 R. Boekhoudt .... . .. 97 C. Boone ...... H. Bosley .... . . . 97 97 H.Boyd 97 J. Brant 97 97 D. Bray .... . . . D . Brewer . . . 97 R. Brinkman , . . 97 C. Brown . . . . . 97 G. Brown .... . . . 97 D. Buckley . . . . . 97 L. Burcaw . . . . 98 R. Burkey . . . . . . 98 E. Burley .... . . . 98 V. Busch .. . .. 98 B. Buser . . . ... 98 D. Bussard . . . . . . 98 J. Cain ...... . . . 98 C. Callis ....... . . . 98 R. Campbell . . . . . . 98 J. Carnell ..... . . . 98 B. Carbaugh . . . . . . 98 S. Carroll . . . . . . 98 L. Clark . . . . . . 98 P. Clark . . . . . 99 D. Clem . . . . . . 99 D. Clingan . . . . . 99 D. Colbert . . . . .. 99 W. Colbert . . . . . 99 J. Combs . . . . . 99 R. Cook . . . . . 99 C. Cooper . . . . 94 D. Cooper . . . . 99 J. Corrigan .. . . . 99 1. Crabtree . . . . . 99 J. Crabtree . . . . . 99 P. Crone 99 P. Cross . . . . 99 S. Cross . . .. 100 J. Davis 100 J. D. Davis ... 117 P. Davis . . . . . 100 R. Davis .... . .. 100 P. Dayton ..... . . . 100 B. Dela Grange .. . .. 100 J. Del Busso .. . .. 100 B. Dicken . , . . . . 100 mlm 100 100 100 100 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 117 101 102 102 102 102 102 94 B. Dickinson ... .... 94 M. Dill ,..... 100 B. Divelbiss .. R. Dolan ,.... B. Elliot ..... B. Emmerick .. P. Emmart . .. J. Ervin .... B. Evans E. Evans . R. Evans . .. H. Fehlman C. Fisher . . . C. Flanagan .. 1. Flanagan .. . G. Francis .... K. Freeland .. M. Freno . .. J. Friend . .. P. George .. R. Getz .... R. Godlovc . C. Gragg .. J. Grahame .. B. Grant .... P. Green M. Grimm ..... ..... J. Hamilton .. F. Hammersmith L. Hanifin .... J. E. Hare ...... .... J. M. Hare .. E. Hartman .. D. Helmick P. Higgs .... L. Highland .. T. Higson .. D. Hill .... J. Hillegas . J. Hilton . .. B. Hinkle .. C. Holmes .... J. Hoover .. R. Hout .. J. Huff .. S Huff .. G. Hull . .. C. Hyde .... R. Hymes .. G. Itnyre .. B. Johnson .. B. Johnson M. Johnson .. M. Jones . .. E Kalbaugh .. P. Keesee ..... P. Ke-tterman . M. Kidwell . .. P. Kifer .... B. Kimes . . D. Kirby .. . C. Kissner . A. Klosterman B. Kreger .... W. Lawyer L. Leatherman E. Lewis ...... M. Lewis ..... B. Linn .. G. Logue. . D. Long . . . W. Long ..... L. Lowery .... J. Malachowski R. Malcolm .. J. Malone .... 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 117 103 103 103 103 103 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 106 106 155 Ja. J. V. D. M. E. C. G. L. C. J. L. P. J. H. G. B. S. E. B. B. G. G. J. J. L. R. T. K. N. R. A. C. C. D. D. P. C. C. J. J. C. D. F M. J. D. E. R. V. C. D. C. N. R. M. R. R. C. A. W. M J. C. J. T. E. H. H. J. R. W. M. T. J. R. K. A. Malone Magruder . Martin . . . Marvin . . Mason .... May ...... McDonald McKay . . . McKinley . McGinn . . . McMichael Mellott . . . Menges . . . Merrill . . . Merritt . . . Mertens . Meyers . . . Middleton . Miller .... Miller . . Miller ..... Miller' . . . Miller . . Miller . . . Miller . . Miller . Millcr .... Mengle . . . Montgomery Morgan . . Mortzfcldt . Mowen . . . Mower . . . Mower . Mowery . . Moyer . . . Merkel . . . Mull ..... Murphy . . . Murphy . . . Murray . . . Nelson . . . Nimon . Nines . Noel .... Norris . Norris . . . O'Brien . . . OiNea1 .... Oster . . . Owens . Perdew . . . Parker . Parks . . A. Parsons Parsons . . . Peck ..... Pardew ....... . , . Petenbrink Porter . . . Pryor .... Rice .... Ralston . . Reuschel . . Rexroad . . Reynolds . Rhodes . . . Rice . . . Rice . . Rice . . . Rice ..... Richard . . Ricker . . . Riley . . . Ritchie . . . Robertson A. Roby J. Roland . . L. Rowan .... L. Rowley .... M. Saville .... A. R. J. B. W. S. P. R S. H. W. P. L. CDDPFIDQJUODPPUCITUDUQ he J. Schwenninger Schwenninger Seeders .... Seiler ...... Seiler . Shaffer .... Shannon .... Shambaugh Shambaugh . . . . . . Shaner .... Shanholtz . . . . . . . Shahan .... Shatzer .... Sheetz .... Shewbridge Shipley .... Shipway ..... .... Shumaker . Siebel ..... Singleton .. Sisk ..... Skidmore. Skitarelic .. Smith ..... Smith ..... A. Smith ........... R. L. Smith ........ J. R. Smith ,..... .... K. Smith ..... R. Smith .... R. T. J. R. R. Y. J. B. W R. P. C. M E. G. K. R. N. R. L. R. G. S. N. P. F. F. P. B. S. L. B. M B. L. E. S. D. G. A. Snyder ..... Snyder . . Spence ..... Spooler .... Stevens .... Strawderman Stutzman . . Sullivan .... Swan .... Thomas . . . Thompson .. Trost ...... Turbin . . . Turk . . . Twigg . . . Twigg . Twigg . . . Twigg . . . Valentine . . Volk ..... Waite .. Weber . . . Weimer . . Welsh . . . Weese . . . Westfall . . . Wheeler . White ..... White ...... Whiteman .. Wiegand . . . Widdows Williams . . Williams . . Wilson . . Wilson . . Wigfield . . . Wolford . . . Wratchford . Yaicler .... Zemhower . 111 111 111 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 113 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 114 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 115 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 116 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 117 ACTIVITIES All State Band .... All State Chorus .... Alpha Beta Tri Hi Y Band ................. Best Actress 81 Actor .. . Bookroom Staff .... Boys Hi Y ....... Choir ................... Page 64 64 32 65 58 34 31 ....91 Writing Contest Winner .... .... 6 7 Delta Tri Hi Y ........ Ensemble ............... Football Queen St Court ..... Fort Hill Players ....... Harmony Groups ....... History Award ........... 32 93 61 35 92 67 I Speak for Democracy ......... 67 Junior High Boys Glee Club ...... 91 Junior High Girls Glee Club ...... 90 Junior High Student Council ..... 30 Junior Town Meeting .......... 30 Kappa Tri Hi Y ...... 32 Library Club ........ .... 3 4 May Queen Sz Court 60 Merit Award ....... .... 6 7 Mimeograph Stalf .... 12 Monitors ............... .... 1 3 National Honor Society 31 Junior High Orchestra .... 66 Play Tournaments ...... 57 Poster Club ...... 66 Projection Crew .... .... 1 4 SABRE .......... . 6-8 Science Club .... .... 8 9 Scrapbook Editor . 89 Scribes ........ .... 1 2 Senate .......... .... 6 3 Senior Class Play ............... 58 Senior High Boys Glee Club ...... 92 Senior High Girls Glee Club ...... 90 Senior High Student Council ...... 63 Senior High Majorettes ......,.. 64 Sentinel ....................... 9-11 Seventh Grade Girls Glee Club 93 Stage Crew ......,.............. 14 Sweetheart King Sz Queen Court .. 62 Jax Teen Page Editor .. Thespians ......... Ushers FACULTY Administration ...... Boughton, Orble B. . . Cafeteria Staff .... Cafeteria Workers . Cashiers ........ Custodians . . Faculty . . . SPORTS Baseball ...... Basketball-Boys .. Basketball-Girls . Best Athletes Bon Fire ...... Bowling Team .. Cheerleaders-J.V. .. Cross Country Football ............. Jim Turner Award .... Most Loyal Fans .... Pep Rally ............ Powder Puff Football .... Track Team-J. V. ..... . Track Team-Varsity .... UNDERCLASS Seventh Grade Homeroom 310 .... 309 .... 313 .... 307 .... 311 .... 202 .... 302 ........ 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