Franklin High School - Dial Yearbook (Reisterstown, MD)

 - Class of 1934

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F3 5,4 gn fy J . , VN QQQQQQQE FI-IS THE DIAL 9 Bvhtmiiun Zlt in with plezmurv ani! aiurrritg that Ihr Svninr Ollzmz hvhirairz this "Emi" in iw thrre ahuiavrz, flllirz. EKPMP, flflizm ihuitvnhauvr, muh iiir. Qlnlhurn, mhnzv rnmhinvh Pifnria sinh in- tervst haue mah? nur hunk a surrran. Page F C M l ,X N MRS. REESE S. THE DIAL 1934 MR. COLBURN ,Xi W ' XII?" 'T J Page Five IX K Vx F F. H. S. TI-IE DIAL 19 ED Rial Svtaif Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor VVILLIAM SEABOLD DOROTHY ALLEN CHARLES COLVVILL NA MARIE MEYERIJIRCK RUTH WELSH XVALTER GORDON ROLAND BOSLEY CALVIN BURNHAM WILBUR MATHER LAWRENCE HUBBARD ONEIDA ARMACOST Business Manager FERDINAND HAHN Assistant Business Managers Literary Editors ELLEN DE LUCA Activity Editors TEKLA LEHMANN Sports Editors Urcderclass Editors Humor Editors WORTHINGTON BELT Photographic Editors Typing Editors DOROTHY BLIZZARD WILLIAM KIESEXKYETTER WILERED KEIR CARROLL TURNER THELMA HARDEN HILDA ADAMS LIILDRED CHANEY JOHN WATERS WILLIABI HIDEY FRANCES CORRIGAN MILDRED CHANEY FRANCES SMITH Page Six F. I-I. S. Tl-IE DIAL 1934 xg HIGH QS' ICQ ufvk was f ses Iggy. asa 'X I820 I I, s rl Q 7 . I' I' at ' l .X ' '6 .'w 2 ' Iv ,ix 1 . M JN. 5 X - 5 ,f ' 'QAG1 'RTT' 5 E I l L 'kfwf 5 ' F' A. I It Q' 1. Q: lHl ss. I I I n-,II un I a - Q Oo' ',... D R ,,,oo Elie Zllaru HIGH SCHOOL DEPA ltg RAYMOND S. HYSON, Principal AIOLLIE F. SAEEELL, Vice-Principal B.S. fSt, John 'sb Chemistry, History ANNA R. MEEKS A.B. QGOucherj Mathematics C. LOUISE TIPTON A.B. CVVesteI'I1 Marylandb A.M. Qflolumbiaj . Wt t. Latin, Ma heina ics RUTH E. WHITNEY A.B. QGOucherj ELLEN H' GRAY English, History B.S. QJOhns Hopkinsj History, Biology, Chernistry THELMA M. PYLE A.B. QBridgeWaterj ETHEL A. PARSONS C0m"'le'0'wl NIIRIAM L. HOFFMAN A.B. qwestem Marylahdp English ingtonj HELEN G. HUTTENHAUER Music A.B. QGOucherj English B.A. QGe0rge Wash. MERLE EUBANKS M.S. QUn1v. Of MIC B.S. QGeOrgia State College for Womenj A.M. QCOlum-biaj Home Econornics FRED D. CROSBY B.P.E. QSpI'ingfie1d Physical Education, GRAMMAR AND PRIMARY EMMA K. HANNA, Seventh Grade THELMA WISNER, Seventh Grade BIILDRED E. JONES, Sirth Grade' MARIE B, SLOAN, Sixth Grade DORIS B. BALD, Fifth Grade LOUISE B. GOODWIN, Fifth Grade :MARGARET GRIMES, Fourth Grade Page Sejpen B.M. fUniversity Of Wash- C. HAYSMAR THOMPSON Physics, Mathematics Goinmercial C. W, SEABOLD B.S., A.M. QUniv. of Md.j Agriculture, Science ARTHUR L. COLBURN B.S. QS'cout Instituteb Industrial Arts HELEN TOVELL REESE A.B. QGoucherQ History HANNAH STARK ARON A.B. CGOucherj Univ? French, English higany HOPE GODWIN CSargent School Of Physical Couggep Education, Boston Univ.j Boys Physical Education, Girls DEPARTMENT LEONE A. LAMOTTE, Fourth Grade ALICE S. SIPES, Third Grade GRACE INGHAM, Third Grade ETHA A. FRANTZ, Second Grade MARY L. CALLAHAN, Second Grade ESTHER S. CALLAHAN, First Grade ADDA L. TRUMP, First Grade Page Eight F. I-1. S. THE DIAL JAMES LEE ADAMS Pikesville, Maryland Academic "True as a rlial fo the sun." Class President, '31, '32, '33, '34, Student Council, '31, '32, '33, '34, Athletic Council, '33, Class Soccer, '31, '32, '33, '34, Varsity Lacrosse, '32, '33, '34, WILLIAM EVERETT HIDEY Pikesville, Maryland Academic "Ile is worth his weight in gold." Class Vice-President, '33, '34, Senior Play, '34, ' President of Latin Club, '33, Tennis Team, '32, Student Council, '31, '32, '33. DOROTHY LEWIS ALLEN Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "Naming great was ever acllietvefl without enthusiasm.. ' ' Member of Student Council, '32, '33, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '34, Class Secretary, '34, Dial Staff, '34, Student Teacher of P. E '34 ., . HILDA MAY ADAMS Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "Early fo bm! anal early to rise makes a fman healthy, wealthy and wise." Class Treasurer, '34, Home Room Chairman, '34, Student Council, '34, Dial Staff, '34, Class Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, HELEN FRANCES ALBAN Upperco, Maryland Commercial "A quiet tongue makes a wise head." Glee Club, '34, Girls' Welfare, '34. Page N ine I-I.S.' THE DIAL 1934 CHARLES RUSSELL ALBRIGHT Reisterstown, Maryland Agriculture "Read, mark, learrz, arid inwardly digest." Student Council, '31, '32, Varsity Lacrosse, '32, '33, '34, Soccer, '33, '34, Basketball, '34, Student Teacher of P. E., '33, '34. IDELLE ONEIDA ARMACOST Upperco, Maryland Commercial 'Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today." Student Council, '32, Glee Club, '34, Dial Staff, '34. ' CHARLES DANIEL BAKER Pikesville, Maryland Academic "A moral, sensible, and well-bred mah." Dramatics, '34g Glee Club, '33, '34, Varsity Lacrosse, '32, '33, '34, Class Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, Class Soccer, '31, '32, '34. MARY FRANCES BARSTOW' Glyndon, Maryland Academic "They are never alone who are accompanied by virtuous thoughts," Atbleric Pageant, '31, Operetta, '33, '34g Art Club, '33g Assembly, '33, Glee Club, '33, '34 PATRICIA COFIELL BAUER Upperco, Maryland General "A person! where sweets compacted lie." Glee Club, '32, '33-, '34. Page Ten Class Treasurer, '33, Operetta, '32, '33, '34g F. I-I. S. THE DIAL 1934 MERLIN AYLER BEAM Garrison, Maryland Academic "Success or failure is not chosen for us-we choose for our.wel'ues." Orchestra, '31, '32, '33, '34, Fire Captain, '33, Operetta, '32, Roman Wedding, '32, Athletic Pageant, '31, '32. DOROTHY ONITA BELL Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "Carry me back to old l7irgimzy." Dramatic Club, '31, '32, '34, Basketball, '31, Library Club, '31, '32, '34, Latin Club, '32, Home Economics Club, '32. EDWARD WORTHINGTON BELT Glyndon, Maryland Academic "Take him for all in all, we shall not look upon his like again." Varsity Soccer, '34, Varsity Basketball, '34, Varsity Baseball, '33, '34, Student Council, '31, '32, '34, Operetta, '34, HILDA AMELIA BELT Glyndon, Maryland Academic "Hang sorrow, ca1'e"ll kill a cat." Athletic Pageant, '32, Inter-class Fieldball, '31, '32, Glee Club, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '3l. ARTHUR CLAUDE BITZER Owings Mills, Maryland General "Good lmalfh unrl good sense are Moo of life's greatest blessingsf' Interclass Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, Inter- class Soccer, '31, '32, '33, '34, Interclass Baseball, '32, Athletic Pageant, '30, Track, '30, '31, az, '33, Page Eleven N , , IiS. THE DIAL 19 1 DOROTHY LOVINA BLIZZARD Reisterstown, Maryland Academic Afyoihing is denier? to 10621-rlirfcferl labor, nothing is to be obtained without it." ' Latin Club, '31, Dial Staff, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '34. SARAH GIBSON BOERNER Upperco, Maryland Commercial "Thou hast no sorrow in thy song." Orchestra, '32, '33, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '31 DONALD BUCKEY BOND Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "The path to .szzccess lies open 10 all." Glee Club, '33, '34, Operetta, '33, '34g Latin Club, '32, Minstrel Show, '34, Athletic Pag- eant, '31, '32. ROLAND MONTROSE BOSLEY Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "Praciice makes perfect." Varsity Lacrosse, '32, '33, '34, Varsity Soccer, '33, '34, Varsity Basketball, '33, '34, Student Teacher of P. E., '33, '34, Athletic Council Treasurer, '34. JOHN WESLEY BOWEN Howardville, Maryland General "And for to sec, and eek for to be sean." Track Team, '31, '32, '33, '34, Dramatics, '31, '32, Class Team, '31, '32, '33,.'343 Varsity Golf, '33, '34, Glee Club, '34. Page' Twelve 34 E.H.s. THE DIAL 1934 MARY CHRISTINIA BRANSFIELD Owings Mills, Maryland 1 General 4iEl'i11, go 1Jl'lLIlgil.H X ' Glee Club, '33, '34, French Club, ,345 Girls' 1 League, 133, ,34-. 1 EVELYN RUTH BRENNER 1 Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "A sfifch in time Saves nine." Glee Club, ,34g Girls' Welfare Club, ,3l, '32, Athletic Association, '30, '31. GEORGE ZOUCK BROOKS 1 Upperco, Maryland I General "Silence gives consent." Home Room Representative, '32, Class Soccer, '31, 132, Varsity Baseball, '33, Track, '31, '3Z. 4 MARGARET ELLEN BUCKINGHAM Reisterstown, Maryland General "In hee' trmgue is the law of k'i1zfZn.ess." ' Glee Club, ,33, ,34g Operetta, '33, Interclass Basketball, ,343 Girls' Welfare, ,335 Student ' Teacher of P. E., 734. CALVIN NEWMAN BURNHAM Pikesville, Maryland 1 Commercial 1 "Practice in timr' beconzcs second nature." ' Dial Staff, 334, Varsity Soccer, '34, Track, 331, 332, 333, '34, Interclass Soccer, '31, '32, 1 ,335 Home Room Secretary, ,34. 1 Page Thirteen 1 1 H.S. THE DIAL 1934 I FRANCES LEE CALLAGHAN Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "Great oaks from little acorns grow." Dramatics, '34, Glee Club, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '34. LEWIS ELMER CAPLE Stevenson, Maryland - Commercial "'Many receive advice, few proft by it," Varsity Lacrosse, '32, '33, '34, Athletic Pag- eant, '30, '31, Varsity Soccer, '34, Track, '31, '32, '33, '34, Interclass Basketball, '3l. LUCILLE WILSON CARTER Pikesville, Maryland I Academic "Speech is silrerg silence is gold." Girls' Welfare Club, '33, Latin Club, '32, French Club, '34, Athletic Association, '31, '32, '33. MILDRED LOUISE CHANEY Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "Hitch your wagon to a star." Student Council, '34, Dial Staff, '34, Class Chairman, '34, Interclass Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, Interclass Fieldball, '31, '32, '33. V MARGARET ELEANOR CHILDS Pikesville, Maryland Commercial "I am sure care is an enemy to life." '34, Interclass Basketball, '31, '32, Girls '31, '32, '33, '34. Page Fourteen Interclass Fieldball, '31, '32, '33, Glee Club, Welfa,re Club, '32, '33, Interclass I-litball, F. I-I. S. THE DIAL 1934 ALEXANDER MOORE COCKEY Worthington Valley, Maryland General "He knows what is what." Dramatics, Stage Manager, '31, '32, '33, '34, Mail Carrier, '34, F. F. A., '33, Athletic As- sociation, '31, Monitor, '34. ALICE COUNCILMAN COCKEY ' Worthington Valley, Maryland Academic "-and still her tongue ran on." Class Teams, '31, '32, '33, Latin Club, '32, Operetta, '33, '34, Assembly, '31, '32, '33, '34, Boosters, '34. ' CHARLES COLWILL ' Pikesvillle, Maryland General "All work and no play makes Jack ai dull boy." Class Treasurer, '29, '31, Dial Staff, '34, Senior Play, '34, Student Council, '30, '31, '32, '33, '34, Interclass Track, '30, '31, '32. ROBERT LEE BORDEN COOPER Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "What is left when honor is lost?" Interclass Soccer, '30, '32, '33, Intel-class Bas- ketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, Athletic Pageant, , '31, Varsity Tennis, '32, '33, '34, Student Teacher of P. E., '34. FRANCES CAROLINE CORRIGAN Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "Her worth and our great need of her, you have right well conceitedf' Assembly, '31, '34, Home Room Secretary, '33, Dial Staff, '34, Athletic Association, '31, French Club. '34. AJ-"" f'C,ocf4'4'1 H ,6g,6,.Q,W Page Fifteen ,I-I. S. TI-IE DIAL 1934 AGNES MARY CROSS Pikesville, Maryland Commercial "Men of few words are the best men." ESTHER LOUISE CROSS Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "Play the game and play to win it." Girls' Welfare, '34, Class Fielclball, '32, '33, Class Basketball, '32, '34, Varsity Fielclball, '34, Varsity Basketball, '34. Q WILLIAM WESLEY CULLISON Upperco, Maryland General "The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of mme." i Track, '31, '32, '33, Vice-chairman of Home' room, '34, Orchestra, '34g Science Club. '33, Dramatics, '32, '33, '34. ELLEN AGNES DE LUCA Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "As trafnqu-'Ll as a summer day." Pageant, '31, Operetta, '33, Glee Club, '33, '34, Boosters' Club, '34, Dial ' Staff, '34. ANNA MCCOY DIXON N Cockeysville, Maryland , General Student Council, '32, '33, Science Club, '33, Glee Club, '33, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '32, Athletic Pageant, '32. Page Sixteen "Do well and right and lat the world sink." N 4 i i i l F.H.s. ATHE DIAL SARA ROBBINS EBAUGH Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "Virtue is her Own reward." Assembly, ,31, ,3Z, '33, Dramatics, '33, Senior Play, ,34g Home Room Chairman, '34, SAMUEL OBER ELSEROAD Reisterstown, Maryland General A "Let it bc. Let it pass." Athletic Association, 731, ,32, '33, Class Soc- cer, ,31g F. F. A., Vice-president, '33. ' NANCY JANE ERSKINE I ' Glyndon, Maryland . Academic ' "Thy modesty is fl candle fo thy meritf' Glee Club, ,33, ,34g Operetta, '33, '34, Senior Play, '34. , ARTHUR WILSON FADELY Owings Mills, Maryland General "One thorn, of ffmperiencf: is worth a whole' wilderness of war1zi11g," Athletic Association, '31, '32, '33, Class Soccer, '31. JAMES LINCOLN FLEAGLE Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "A Izmd to contrive and u hmzrl to executefi Operetta, '32, ,33, ,343 Glee Club, '33, '34, Athletic Pageant, '31, Model Club, '34, In- rerclass Soccer, '31, '32, '33, '34. Page Seventeen H.S THE DIAL 1934 .Q wfv f .1 i ALICE SUSIE PAULINE FRANK Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "Patience is the best remedy for every' trouble." Home Room Secretary, '3lg Varsity Fieldball, '31, '32, '34, Varsity Basketball, '31, '32, '34, Circus, '34, French Club, '34. WALTER McKENDREE GORDON Reisterstown, Maryland General "All things come round to him who will but wait." Dial Stalf, '34, President of Boys' A. A., '34, Varsity Teams, '32, '33, '34, Athletic Coun- cil, '34, Student Teacher of P. E., '33, '34. IRVIN HENRY FERDINAND HAHN Pikesville, Maryland Academic "A man of strife and a man of contention." Interclass Soccer, '31, '32, '33, '34, Interclass Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34, Dial Staff, '34g Tennis Team, '32, '33, '34, Senior Play, '34. THELMA MAY HARDEN Pikesville, Maryland Academic There are more flies to be caught with honey than with vinegar." V lr Dial Staff, '34, Operetta, '32, '33, '34, Varsity Fieldball, '33, '34, Varsity Basketball, '34, Minstrel Show, '33, CLEMENT DOMINIC HEMLER, jr. Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "Men of few words are the best meh." Home Room Secretary, '32, Athletic Pageant, '31, '32, Boy Scout Operetta, '31, '32. Page Eighteen F. H. S. THE DIAL 1934 KATHERINE 'ELIZABETH HOFF Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "We have committed the Golden Rule to mem- ory, now, let's commit it to life." Glee Club, '33, Athletic Pageant, '30, '31, Or- chestra, '30, Athletic Association, '30, '31, '32. WILLIAM JOHN HOOPER, Jr. V Owings Mills, Maryland ' Commercial "A good beginning nzakes a good ending," Interclass Soccer, '30, '31, Track, '30. JAMES LAWRENCE HUBBARD Pikesville, Maryland Academic "What will b6, will be." Varsity Baseball, '33, '34, Dial Staff, '34, Latin Club, '32, Interclass Basketball, '31, '34, French Club, '33, '34, HERMAN ELLSWORTH JONES Pikesville, Maryland General - "Let the world slide." Athletic Association, '32, WILFRED GRENFELL KEIR X Pikesville, Maryland 'V Academic "Exoeed'ingly well read." Student Council, '31, '32, Home Room Chair' man, '32, Varsity Track, '31, '32, '33, '34g Class Basketball, '33, '34, Dramatics, '34. if , Page! Nineteen g 07939 N C. I-1.5. T1-IE DIAL 1934 FRANCES MITCHELL KELLER Stevenson, Maryland Commercial "Virtue is like a rich stone-best plain set." Glee Club, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '34. WILLIAM BURNS KIESEWETTER Owings Mills, Maryland Academic ' "Wit and wisdom are born with a man." Student Council, '32, '33, '34, President of Athletic Association, '33, Homeroom Chair- man, '32, '33, Basketball, '32, '33, '34, Class Vice-president, '32. HENRY PAUL KOENIG Boring, Maryland Academic "A good -man never grew rich all at once." Varsity Track, '31, '32, '33, Latin Club, '33, Interc1ass,Soccer, '31, '32, Interclass Basket- ball, '31, '32, Athletic Association, '31, '32, '33, '34. ROBERT LEWIS KRAUCH Pikesville, Maryland General "He docs it with a better grace, but I do it more natural." Senior Play, '34, Junior Play, '33, Class Vice- chairman, '33, Drawing Club, '33. THELMA VIRGINIA LANCASTER Reisterstown, Maryland 4 Academic "Nothing can be clone at once hastily and 1 ' prudently." Operetta, '33, Class Teams, '31, '32, '33, '34, Glee Club, '33, '34, Spring Meet, '31, '32, Latin Club, '32. Page Twenty- F. H. S. THE DIAL MARY ELIZABETH LANDES Reisterstown, Maryland General "I am, always in haste, but never in a hurry." Girls' Welfare Club, '31, Athletic Pageant, '32, '33, Class Fieldball, '32, Athletic Associa- tion, '31, Interclass Track, '32, TEKLA MARGARET LEHMANN Owings Mills, Maryland Academic "Ft-w things are impossible to diligence and skill," Secretary Athletic Council, '34, Senior Play, '34, Fieldball Varsity, '33, '34, Student Council, '34, Basketball Varsity, '33, '34. CARVILLE BENSON LEAF Reisterstown, Maryland General "Lei thy words be fair." Varsity Baseball, '33, Varsity Soccer, '33, In- terclass Soccer, '30, '31, '32, Interclass Base- ball, '32, Interclass Speedball, '32, '33. ELIZABETH ANN LOCKARD Reisterstown, Maryland General "Indiislryf is the road to happiness." Glee Club, '34-. DANIEL CARLISLE LONG Owings Mills, Maryland General "Practice is the 'best of all iiislriictiofnsf' Varsity Basketball, '33, '34, Varsity Soccer, '34, Track, '32, '33, '34, Class Track, '31, '32, '33, '34, Interclass Soccer Championship, '33. Page Twenty-one ,C I ,-44 H. S. TI-IE DIAL A 1934 alma HARRY VINTON MARKLAND, Jr. Bor-ing, Maryland General "There is nothing so easy but that it becomes zlificzllt with 7'6'lZlClCl7lC6." Varsity Baseball, '33, '34, Varsity Track, '31, '32 '33, Class Soccer, '31, '32, '33, '343 Class Basketball, '31, '32, '33, '34. v JOSEPH WILBUR MATHER Pikesville, Maryland General "Talk to him of Jacoliis ladder, and he would ask the number of the steps." Glee Club, '30, '31, '32, '33, '34, Operetta, '30, '31, '32, '33, '34, Dramatics, '30, '31, '32, '33, '34, Class Teams, '30, '31, '32, '33, '34g Bo Scgut Operecca, '31, '3Z. I LILLIE CI-IARLO"l"TE MECHALSKE Eccleston, Maryland Commercial "Time will tell." Glee Club, '34, Athletic Pageant, '32, Girls' Welfare Club, '34. EDNA MARIE MEYERDIRCK Glyndon, Maryland General "The greatest fault of a peoietrating wit is to go beyond the mark." Class Olllcer, '31, '32, '33g Student Council, '31, '32, Dial Staff, '34, Operetta, '34, Dra- matics, '34. HELEN MARIE MORRIS Glyndon, Maryland , Commercial f'They can who think they can." Page Twenty-two F.H.S. THE DIAL 1934 BEULAH COOPER MYERS Upperco, Maryland Commercial "Measures, not men, have always been my mark." . Glee Club, '34, Girls' Welfare Club, '31, '32, EDWARD GORDON NASH Upperco, Maryland Commercial "A good reputation is more valuable than money." Home Room Vice-chairman, '34g Class Basket- ball, '33g Track, '31, '32, '33, '34, Class Soccer, '34. ADREAN STOUT NORRIS ' Upperco, Maryland Agriculture ' "Little said is soonest mended." Soccer Team, '34, Basketball Team, '34, Moni- N tor, '34, Cattle Judging Team, '33, '34, In- ter-class Soccer and Basketball, '31, '32, '33. HOWARD PRESTON OWINGS Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "Ah, why sho-uld life all labor be?" Track, '31, '32, '33, Interclass Soccer, '30, '31, Interclass Basketball, '31, JAMES NORRIS PAGE Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "Trust is the highest thing main may keep. mt Page Twenty-three H.S THE DIAL 1934 DOROTHY ELLEN PARKER Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "Let us have peace." Latin Club, '32, Athletic Association, '31, '32, '33, Welfare Club, '33, '34. 46, 'O PHYLLIS LOUISE PERKINS Garrison, Maryland Academic "G0nteel in personage, conduct and equipagel' I-lomeroom Secretary, '32, Latin Club, '32, French Club, '34g Vice-chairman Home room '33, Assembly, '31, '32, '33. GEORGE MORRIS POBLETTS Glyndon, Maryland ' Commercial "Habit is second nature." Interclass Soccer, '30, Athletic Pageant, '32, Interclass Basketball, '32, Track, '30, '3l. MARY LOUISE PRICE Pikesville, Maryland Academic and beauty, wisdom is but rare! Operetta, '34. NORA VIRGINIA RANDALL Glyndon, Maryland General f'Little strokes fell great oaks." Glee Club, '34g Athletic Pageant, '31, Girls League, '33, '34, Hi-Lite Reporter, '34. Pa-ge Twenty-four Council, '34, Varsity Fieldball, '34g Varsity Basketball, '34g Senior Play, '34, F. H. S. THE DIAL DAISY VIRGINIA REIGLER Woodensburg, Maryland Academic "l17'ise To resolve and ymtievzf To perform," Student Council, '34g French Club, '34, Latin Club, '32, Girls' Welfare Club, '33. RUSSELL CALVIN RETER Owings Mills, Maryland Agriculture "Be swift To lmur, .slow to speak, slow To wrath." Varsity Soccer, ,345 Varsity Lacrosse, '33, '34g Interclass Soccer, '31, ,339 Interclass Track, ,32g F. F. A., l31, ,32, 733. CAROL WILNA ROBERTS Glyndon, Maryland Academic HSM' is grraf zrlm is wlmyt .shff 'is from 7?,Lll'IlTU anal who neofr 1'emiurls us of 0tl1cV.s." Operetta, '33, ,345 Latin Club, '32, French Club, ,345 Glee Club, '33, '34. JOHN DAVID ROBERTS Glyndon, Maryland General "TVlzcrc 1lzerf1's a will, tlwrc's a way." Student Council, '31, Athletic Pageant, '31, '32, Scout Operetta, '31, 332, Interclass Soc cer, '32. WILFREY CARLISLE ROGERS Eccleston, Maryland Commercial "Patirnc'o is Ihe best Tmnfvly for every trouble." Cperetta, '33, 7343 Glee Club, '34g A. A. Nlin- strel Show, '34-. Page Twentyafifve DIAL 1934 BLANCHE REBECCA SCOTT Pikesville, Maryland Academic "To ihose who know thee not, no words can paint, and to those who know thee, know all words are faint." Class Treasurer, '32g Operetta, '32, '33, '34, Athletic Council, '34, Varsity Fieldball, '34g Senior Play, '34. GEORGE WILLIAM SEABOLD, Jr. Glyndon, Maryland Academic "No man can produce great Things who is noi thoroughly sincere wilh himself." Student Council, 731, '34g Athletic Council, '34, Dial Staff, '34, Dramatics, '34g Varsity Lacrosse, '32, '33, '34. HOMER SHIPLEY Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "I atm. sure careis an enemy to life." Varsity Soccer, 333, '34, Varsity Basketball, 134: Track, 331, '32, Orchestra, ,31g Latin Club, ,31. ETHEL BERNARDEAN SMITH Pikesville, Maryland Commercial "A progeny of learning." Stvdent Council, ,329 Glee Club, ,33g Operetta, '33g Athlezic Pageant, '32g Athletic Associa- tion, '31. FRANCES EVELYN SMITH Pikesville, Maryland Commercial "No legacy is as rich as honesty." Glee Club, '34, Class Basketball, '33, ,349 Class Fieldball, '32, ,333 Girls' Welfare, '34, Ath- letic Pageant, '31, '32. Page Twenty-six I 3 F. I-I. S. THE DIAL O MARY LYLE SMITH Reisterstown, Maryland Academic "Thoughts are mightier than the strength of hand." Glee Club, '34, Athletic Association, '34, Op- eretta, '34, Latin Club, '32, French Club, '32. MARSELLA JOSEPHINE STEVENS Glyndon, Maryland Academic "With a smile that is childlike and bland." Latin Club, '32, French Club, '34, Girls' Wel- fare Club, '31, '34. ANNA CHARLOTTE STIDMAN V Owings Mills, Maryland Academic "Diligence increuseth the fruits of toil." Fieldball Varsity, '34, Operetta, '33, '34, Class Teams, '32, '33, '34, Glee Club, '33, '34, Latin Club, '32. CHARLOTTE MEREDITH STREWIG Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "A penny for your thoughts." Glee Club, '33, '34, Operetta, '33, Athletic Pageant, '31, '32, Homeroom Secretary, '32, Interclass Fieldball, '31, '3Z. MARSHALL LOUIS TAYLOR, Jr. Reisterstown, Maryland General "A snapper-up of nnconsiderezl triflesf' Interclass Soccer, '30, '31, '32, Interclass Bas- ketball, '30, '31, '32, '33, Varsity Soccer, '33, '34, Varsity Basketball, '34, Varsity Baseball, '3 3, '34. Page Twenty seven I-I.S. THE DIAL, 1934 GAYNELLE JEANNE TEMPLETON Pikesville, Maryland Academic 3 "A good an-an is better than precious 3 ointment. ' ' i Orchestra, '33, ,345 Operetta, 331, 332, '33, Glee Club, ,33, Latin Club, '32, French Club, '34 ROBERT CARROLL TURNER Owings Mills, Maryland Commercial "Timo and tide wait for no man." Varsity Soccer, '32, ,335 Captain, '34, Varsity Lacrosse, '33, '34, Student Teacher, '33, '34, F. F. A., Vice-president, '32, President, '33, Varsity Track, 331, 332, '33, 334. MARGARET ANNE VAUGHN Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "There is no lzurryf' Interclass Basketball, 334, Interclass Fieldhall, ,323 Athletic Association, 333. AMELIA MARIE VOLLAND McDonagh, Maryland Commercial '4Sing away sorrow, cast away carej' Cpcretta, '33, Glee Club, '33, ,34, Athletic Pagean', ,31, Athletic Association, ,31, Girls: Welfare, '34. CATHERINE GERTRUE WALSH Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "Simplicity is one of the rarest things in our xc B KN age." Wfelfare Club, 732, '33, Athletic Pageant, '31, Class Fieldball, 332, Athletic Association, Page Twenty-eight F. I-I. S. TI-IE DIAL RUTH ANNA WALSH Reisterstown, Maryland Commercial "Pleasant company on the way is as goorl as fl carrflage. 3 3 Athletic Association, '31, '32, Girls' Welfare, '31, '32, '33, Glee Club, '34, Athletic Pag- eant, '33, Class Fieldball, '32. CHARLES ODEN WALTER Reisterstown, Maryland General "Too swift arrives as farrly as Too slow." Class Soccer, '34, Class Basketball, ,34, Base- ball, '34, Interclass Track, '32, E. F. A., '33. CHARLES JOSEPH WANNER Owings Mills, Maryland Agriculture "Ho that izlcremvzflh knowledge 'increasoth sorrow." Interclass Basketball, '32, Interclass Soccer, '32, F. F. A., Treasurer, '33, Athletic As- sociation, '33. MARY RUTH WANNER Owings Mills, Maryland . Commercial f'Laug7z and the worlrl laughs with you." Class Basketball, '33, '34, Class Football, '32, '33, '34, Athletic Operetta, '31. MARY ELAINE WARD Stevenson, Maryland Academic "How fair and sweet .she seems to be." Athletic Association, '31, '32, '34, Athletic Pageant, '31, 1-lomeroom Secretary, '33, Circus, '34, French Club, '34. Page Twenty-nine ri I-I.S. THE DIAL 1933: JOHN SAMUEL WATERS Owings Mills, Maryland Academic "The world knows nothing of its greatest men." , . RUTH CATHERINE WELSH Reisterstown, Maryland A Commercial "In character, in manners, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity. ' ' '31, '32, Home Room Vice-chairman, '34, Athletic Pageant, '31, '32, Glee Club, '34. LEWIS ELWOOD WHEELER Glyndon, Maryland ix General LL15' "A rolling stone gathers no moss." '32, '34, Athletic Pageant, '31, '3Z. THOMAS EDWARD WIDERMAN Pikesville, Maryland General "For every why he had a wherefore." Class Teams, '3.1, '32, '33, '34g School Play, '31, Operetta, '34, Glee Club, '34. HANNAH WILSON Reisterstown, Maryland ' Academic "A workrnan that needeth not to be asharnerlf' Athletic Association, '31, '32, '33, '34, Girls' Welfare, '31, '32, Latin Club, '32, French Club, '34. , Page Thirty Student Council, '33, '34, Varsity Lacrosse, '32, '33, '34g Dramatics, '34, Interclass Basket- ball, '31, '32, '33, '343 Varsity Track, '31, '32 '33 Varsity Teams, '32, '33, '34, Student Council, Athletic Association, '31, '32, '33, Track, '31, F.I-I.S. TI-IE DIAL 1934 ESTHER CAROLINE WINEBARGER Owings Mills, Maryland Academic "The used key is always bright." Student Council, '33g Athletic Pageant, 'azg Assembly, '32g French Club, '34g Girls' As- sembly, ,32. H 1 ' +6Y"w.9l Strange A5 311 9214115 Charles Colwill has been at Franklin for only Hve years. Mary Lyle has managed to make up her back work. Carlisle Long has a passion' for a large vocabulary. The freshmen grow worse every year. fl-low is it possible?j Windy Gordon is the main prop and stay of the IV B English Class. Mr. Thompson cloesn,t mention Omaha any more. Waters may still be seen sometimes in Owings Mills. Kiesewetter has managed to arrive at school on time on several occasions. Grolf isnat getting as many U's this term as last. Dorothy Blizzard comes to school before 7:30 A. M. Mary Bransfield is a true daughter of Ireland. Page Thirty-one I-I. S. THE DIAL 19 Page Thirty-two F. H. S. TI-IE DIAL 1934 mizlym nf tht Zliarulig A questionnaire was sent out among the teachers by the Dial Staff. In this they were requested to record the thing that they desired most, and also what they would do if they had their lives to live over again. Here are the results: WISHES OF THE FACULTY MR. I-IYSON To each of you Seniors, I wish that you may Have a life that is useful, abundant and gay. MISS SAFFELI., May pleasant positions, with salaries great, Come to my Seniors, when they graduate. MISS HUTTENHAUER Oh, this I wish, indeed I do, That I could, for once, my work get through. MRS. REESE I wish that all pupils would love to peruse The editorial items of the daily news. MR. COLBURN I want a boy to be a boy For no one loves a "Fauntleroy.,' MISS GRAY I wish for a class of my very own, That I could trust to work alone. MISS EUBANKS If girls would but their thimbles wear, It would relieve my mind from care. MISS MEEKS I I wish all would this motto keep, "When in my class, donit go to sleep." 1 MISS WHITNEY With sets of papers to mark each night, An automatic marker would just be right. MRS. ARON Please send a mechanical writer my way, To write on my hoard the lessons each day. MISS PYLE A noiseless typewriter for everyone Would make my work seem just like fun. MISS TIPTON . Not that I want any duty to shirk, But I'd like for all teachers-no homework. MISS HOFFMAN A music class whose voices promise To rival that of John Charles Thomas. MISS PARSONS I wish for English papers Fine, With ne'er a correction on any line. MISS GODWIN This is my wish, now that you ask it, I long for a uforwarcli' who can hit the basket. MISS HANNA A Seventh Grade thatill pass with ease Into the High School, if you please. Page Thirtyithree F.I-I.S. THE DIAL 1934 MISS WISNER As I cannot decipher hieroglyphics of sanscript, I wish for plain writing on each pupil's man 'script. MR. THOMPSON Steinmetz and Wood and Einstein, too, I wish my class had brains like you. MR. SEABOLD To have everyone working-no one ugabbingn Would make me happy and cease my "crabbing", MR. CROSBY I wish we could procure, indeed, The balls and uniforms that we need. IF I HAD MY LIFE TO LIVE OVER AGAIN MISS GRAY I would be a-Detective and get paid for what I find out. MISS EUBANKS I would choose-Some kind of work that did not go home with me at night. MISS MEEKS - I would be a-Lawyer, so that I might argue with Ferdie. MISS WITNEY I would-Learn to cook, ras the best way to a man's heart is through his stomach. MRS. ARON ' I would be an-Orchestra Leader, as Iid rather lead than follow. MISS SAFFELL I would still be a-School "marm,', because I like to do that better than anything else MISS GODWIN I'd be born-Educated, so that I might have more time to spend on games. MISS HANNA I would be a-"Fat Woman in the Circus" in order to omit milk from my daily diet. Miss WISNER X I would be an4Editor, that I might publish the brilliant sayings of my pupils. MR. COLBURN I would be an-Athlete and show the world what I could do. MR. THOMPSON I would be a-Doctor and cure the world of all its ills. MR. HYSON I would strive for-Greater preparation for my life's work. MISS PYLE I would be an-Antique Dealer, so I could buy my desk in the typing-room. MRS. REESE I would be a-Second Frank Kent, that I might be able to talk "politics,' with ease MISS TIPTON I would be an-Artist on the pipe organ, and fill the world with melody. MISS HOFFMAN I would be an-Elevator Girl in order to wget up" in the world. MISS HUTTENHAUER I would be a-Philosopher, so that I might be let alone to think. MR. SEABOLD I would be a4Professional Contortionist, and amuse the world instead of Franklin students. " MR. CROSBY I would be an--Artist and .paint red Indians. MISS PARSONS I would be a-Traveler and enjoy the world. Page Thirty-four F. I-I. S. TI-IE .DIAL 1934 Statiaiim -- IV C Name Nickname Hangout Famous For Hilda Adams Adams Auditorium Chewing gum Helen Alban Helen Miss Sai'l:ell's room Quietness , v Dorothy Allen Dot A certain Chevy Her work in the office Oneida Armacost Needie Auditorium Being with Beulah Dorothy Bell Dixie Miss Saffell's room Southern talk Hilda Belt Shorty Hall Giggling Dorothy Blizzard Dot Typing room Typing for teachers Evelyn Brenner Ebbie Auditorium Sewing Sarah Boerner Sarah Mr. Thompson's music class Playing violin Frances Callaghan Callaghan Auditorium Giggling Mildred Chaney Milly Hall Bookkeeping Margaret Childs Maggie Miller's Drug Store Chewing gum Agnes Cross Agnes Miss Saffellis room Being small Esther Cross Es Gym Athletic ability Ellen De Luca Dukie Miss Saffell,s room Being late Anna Dixon Anne Hall Eating Katherine Hoff Kitty Auditorium Her love of music Frances Keller Frances Auditorium Being quiet Mary Landes May Library Arguing Elizabeth Lockard Libby Auditorium Dancing Charlotte Mechalske Charlotte Auditorium Being absent Helen Morris Little Kate Auditorium Being with Needie Beulah Myers Beulah Auditorium Working for teachers Virginia Randall Ginny Typing room Bookkeeping Ethel Smith Ethel Miss Saffell's room Being with Milly Frances Smith Fanny Hall Being with Mealy Charlotte Strewig Charlotte Auditorium Being on class teams Anne Vaughn Ann Gym Being with Charlotte Amelia Volland Mealy Auditorium Her coiffure Ruth Walsh Ruthie Auditorium Helping Ruth with English Catherine Walsh Kitty Nliss Pyle,s room Athletics Ruth Wanner Boots Gym Athletic ability Ruth Welsh Ruthie Gym Playing basketball Roland Bosley Rhocly Gym Being one of the Four Horsemen Zouck Brooks Brooksie Gym Talking Calvin Burnham Burnham Gym Talking in class Lewis Caple Caples Hall Raising chickens Charles Colwill Doc Cafeteria Being short Robert Cooper Coop Hall Playing basketball Arthur Fadely Garner Hall Riding motorcycle Walter Gordon Windy Gym Helping Joshua William Hooper Bill Hall Camping Paul Koenig Fats Ruth's oflice His good nature Lewis Krauch Lew Hall Drawing Carlisle Long Long Gym Athletics Edward Nash Ed Miss Safliell's room Shorthand Vinton Markland Joshua Ruth's ofiice Laughing Howard Owings Owings Hall Talking James Page Tex Hall Tales of the West George Pobletts Popeye Auditorium Wasting time Carlisle Rogers Tie Miss SafFell's room Playing a Nuke", Carroll Turner Tubby Gym Driving a Chevy Elwood Wheeler Wheeler Auditorium Driving a Whippet Page Thirtyejive F. H. S. THE DIAL A5 me Swv Glhvm WILLIAM KIESEWETTER-Professional handshalcer WILLIAM SEABOLD-The faculty's favorite JOHN WATERS-A modern Don Juan BILL GROFF-An ole smoothie WILBUR MATHER-A mass of temperament MARY LOU PRICE-A born executive CHARLES BAKER-A 10 o'c1ock scholar BILL HIDEY-just a gigilo WORT BELT--The life of every party DAISY REIGLER-A student through and through THELMA HARDEN-The girl with that "come hither" manner BUTCH TAYLOR-Peclc's Bad Boy PATRICIA BAUER-Sophisticated Lady DONALD BOND--Our Wincheli HILDA ADAMS-WrigIey's Advertisement JOHN BOWEN-Professional hooker frides, school, etc.l BEULAH MEYERS-Perpetual dreamer VINTON MARKLAND-Perpetually tired ALEXANDER COCKEY--The owner of the "One-Horse Shayn ww Az me Flhink EIIPQ Sm Efhemavluen JAMES ADAMS-George Burns EDNA MARIE MEYERDIRCK--Dorothy Parker HILDA ADAMS-Marie Dressler FERDINAND HAHN-Huey Long WILFRED KEIR-Einstein BLANCHE SCOTT-Galli Curci WILBUR MATHER-john Charles Thomas THOMAS WIDERMAN-Joe Penner MARSHALL TAYLOR-Worry Wort CHARLES BAKER-Lawrence Tilnbett MARY LANDES-Blondie CARLISLE LONG-Slim Summerville SARAH BOERNER-Ruhinoff HELEN MORRIS-Kate Smith CHARLES WANNER-Prince of Wales EVELYN BRENNER-Minnehaha CARLISLE ROGERS-Hansel LEWIS KRAUCH-Michael Angelo AMELIA VOLLAND- . CHARLOTTE STREWIG- Gold DM' Twms CHARLES ALBRIGHT-Secretary of Agriculture Wallace ADREAN NORRIS-Walter Johnson WILLIAM HOOPER-Sir Malcolm Campbell Page Thirty-six F. H. S. THE DIAL 19 Elie Ball uf Zliamr IV A Class Ballot Did most for school-Adams. Did school for most-Taylor. Did most for class-Seabold. Best Athlete in section fboyj-Belt. Best athlete in section fgirlj-Lehmann. Busiest--Reigler. Laziest-Shipley. Liveliest-Price. Hungriest-Hubbard. Brightest-Keir. Wittiest-Groff. Best dancer fboyj-G1-off. Best dancer fgirlj-Scott. Best orator-Kiesewetter. Biggest drag with faculty--Reigler. Best handshalcer-Kiesewetter. Needs the drag most-Shipley. Biggest bluffer-Groff. Greatest lover-Waters. Best arguer-Keir. Prettiest blusher-Seabold. Thumbs the most rides-Baker. Has best line-Waters. Biggest nuisance?-Hahn. Best artist-Cockey. Shiekiest--Belt. Quietest-Carter, Hemler. Cheekiest-Widerman. Greatest talker-Price. Biggest liar-too much competition. Biggest procrastinator-Baker. Best musician-Beam. Page Thirty-seven QC F. H. S. THE DIAL 1934 QBLII' igvriannal Ennkzahrlf CK RC U CQ "The Call of the Wild', tt tt "The Two Van Revelsn "Great Expectationsi' . , uEasy Marks" ,,.. "Roads of Destinyv ,.,, "The Four I-Iorsernenu. "The Four I-iorsemenu. "A Tramp from Abroad" "Roughing Itn .,..... "The Innocents Abroad "The Way of All Flesh" "Paradise Lost" .,.,.. "Reveries of a Bachelor "The Tempest" ....,,. "Two Gentlemen? . . . "Our Mutual Friend". . "The Wrecker" ...,,. "The Third Degreen, "L,Enfant Terrible" . . . tt "Baron Munchausenn . R'Worth Remembering" "The Lady in White',, . "The Thundering Herd To the Last Man" .,,.....,... The Lone Star Rangern Les Miserablesn ...,..,..,, All,s Well That Ends Well',. . . The Three Musketeersv The Unknown Quantityv. . . . One Man of His Time" The Iron Man" .,...... Twenty Thousand Years In Sing Singv. Life at F. H. S. All Quiet on the Western Fronti' ..,... . .No homework from Mrs. Aron. , . . . .E's in a physics test. ,. ..Mr. Hyson patrolling corridors . . . .Lunch hour bell . . . .Seniors in History Class . . . ,Our senior year . . . .Waters, Seabold, Keir . . . .Kiesewetter, Groff . , . . Answer to a chemistry problem . . . .Just before reports are due . . . .We doubtiif there are any . . . .The lonely trail to the office . . . .I-Iarden, Scott, Price, Lehmann , . . .Markland, Koenig, Elseroad, Brooks . . . .Mary Lou Price . . . .Lacrosse game . . . .Our senior class trip . . . .Cribbing in a tight situation . . . .Our four years in high school . , . .Mr. Seabiold . . . .Mrs. Aron loses her temper . . . .Not in Franklin fexcluding the faculty . . . .Miss Saifell . . . .Marshall Taylor . . . .A call to the office . . . .Tommy Widerman . . . .James Adams . , . .John Waters . . , .Thejunior-Senior Party . . . .Miss Eubanks . . . .Mr. Thompson . , . . . . . , .Changing of classes Page Thirty-eight F. H. S. THE DIAL 19 ilhwlnklin High Srhunl Sung I We sing no praise of Princeton, Of Vassar, nor of Yale, We raise no college standard, No college name we hail, But where the maples' shadows, With natureis beauties throng, Is Franklin, Alma Mater To which we raise our song. Chorus Here's to the blue and crimson, Shout their praises high, Ever float our banner Proudly in the sky. Let the song re-echo Prom the woods around, And the sound of triumph From the hills resound. II And to her halls in Autumn, When leaves are red and gold, We children come from summer, In forest and in Wold, And when in soccer scrimmage You hear our voices ring, And life and joy run freely As merrily we sing. Zin flllrmnriam ifirnrzt 'iihumrh fllllgera Glass nf 1935 Eieh filling 15, 1934 Page Thirty-nine F. I-I. S. THE DIAL 19 1 l we Gllaaa nf 1935 President ,,,, .... C LIFTON KING Vice-President . . . . .MEREDITH WILSON Secretary ..... .... M ARY ELLEN DAVIS Treasurer ....... ........... M ELVIN GRIMES FLOWER! Rose COLORS: Red and Gold ADVISERS .... MISS WHITNEY, Ma. SEABOLD, MISS PYLE Raymond Adams Stella Adams Carroll Albaugh May Altvater Helen Ayler Harry Barnett May Batz Leonard Baublitz Clara Becker Ruth Becker Melville Beasman Alfred Bertsch Claude Bitzer Howard Broadfoot Clifton Brubaker Arthur Bond Kenneth Bollinger Margaret Bollinger Stanley Bosley Douglas Bottom Gertrude Bowditch Margaret Bolton Esther Bucher Irene Bull Jane Butler Douglas Campbell Betty Carter VVilbert Chenoweth Royal Clagett Gladys Clements Harriet Cohn Emory Collins Margaret Crevenston' Daniel Crevenston Andrew Crowthers Ruth Cullison Mary Ellen Davis Dorothy Dempster Elizabeth Doenges 'Walter Elseroad Dorothy Fowble Maureen French Elton Fuller Vivian Gay George Garman Helen Gill XVeston Gilbert Dorsey Glover Elizabeth Gooch Nellie May Gore Doris Grimes Melvin Grimes Beatrice Griswell Ruth Hart Helen Hare Gordon Harden Russell Harper Viola Hawley' Elizabeth Hanna Luis Hesson Charlotte Hesson Charlotte Hemling Frank Hewes Elizabeth Hoffman Peggie Hoen Charles Humphries Tracey Huster Katherine Johnson Floris Jones Clifton King Katherine Kirkley Charles Kratz Carville Leaf Barto Long Etta Long Earl Mayer LaRue Merrymau Blanche Merryman Maxwell Mosher Virginia Myers Janis Naylor Dorothy Naylor George Nichols Esther Osborn James Page Walter Pahl Mary Katherine Pf Donald Poe Campbell Popplein Ethel Reter Page Forty effer Harold Rogers Marion Savage Charles Schaefer Harold Schaefer Mildred Scott Robert Shanberger Mac Schad Ruth Shipley Dorothy Shoemaker Arthur Southard Margaret Stansfield James Sutch Louise Sutch Joseph Sprinkle Harry Tinkler Gordon Tinkler Beulah Tillman Fulton Tracey John Volz Catherine Walsh Margaret VV'alsh Donald WVarren Lloyd VVatner Frances Weaver Meredith Wilson Frances Wilhelm Summerfield Whitely Margaret Woods Clara Yaruta Etta Yingling Ethel Yox F. H. S. THE DIAL .Hunt Zlmagine Petite Pete Long growing upl May Alvater without her adorable dimples. Lois Hesson with a serious face. Ruth Becker not being able to laugh. Gladys Clements not being in the center of a giggling party. Beatrice Criswell not making a perfect copy in typing. Louise Sutch with blue eyes and blond hair. Etta Yingling being late for school. Janis Naylor being a platinum blonde. Betty Doenges being here every day, rain or shine. Helen Hare not being good-hearted. Esther Osborn not monkeying around. Charlotte Hemling without her contagious laugh. Virginia Myers being serious about what she says. Stella Adams without her giggle in bookkeeping class. Ruth Hart being at school on time. Ethel Yox overweight. Dorothy Naylor being unticly and boisterous. Frances Wilhelm being solemn. Clara Becker coming to school every day. Ruth Cullison not being bashful. Margaret Walsh being a blond. Harry Tinker having perfect attendance. Elton Fuller not talking about the girls. Walter Pahl not flirting with a girl. Clara Yaruta without a smile. Esther Bucher being quiet in science class. Kathryn Kirkley not playing for the orchestra. Margaret Stansfield being short and fat. Earl Mayer not blushing. Katherine Johnson not knowing her floor talk. Jane Sutch not being industrious. Melvin Grimes not always being agreeable. Mary Ellen Davis having her minutes written up on time. Emory Collins not knowing all about the printing business. Viola Hawley ready for book inspection. Emory Hoffman taking things seriously. Harold Rogers coming to school in a new Ford. Daniel Crevenston not hooking rides and being late for school. Clifton Brubaker not blushing. Fulton Tracey being noisy. Leonard Baublitz killing a squirrel. Joseph Sprinkle not wearing high top shoes. Charles Shaffer having his history finished on time. Stanley Bosley without asking to beat the erasers during a Donald Warren being late. Dorsey Glover not playing the violin. Russell Harper with ink in his pen. Wilbert Chenoweth not talking to the first girl he sees. Frank Hewes keeping out of an argument. Harold Schaeffer being an "Old Star Basketball Playerf, Alfred Bertsch being early. Weston Gilbert with straight hair. Raymond Adams getting "U" in deportment. Donald Poe without athletic ability. Maureen French being without a comb. Elizabeth Hanna liking to go to "history class." Ethel Reter being "serious" Doris Grimes not expressing her opinion. Elizabeth Gooch not being bawled out in shorthand class Page Forty-one ' 4 P I study period F.H.S THE DIAL 9 Summerfield Whitely not having a week-end Relate." Maxwell Mosner being a woman Uhaterf' Floris Jones being a "heavy weightf, Arthur Bond not pushing his Ford. Frank Moser being a nblondefy Harry Barnett coming to school during hunting season. La Rue Merryman without her Uforeignn accent. Melville Beasman without his preacher posture. Lynne King coming to school without his horse. Robert Schanberger not saying "my friend." Gordon Tinkler coming to school regularly. Royal Clagerc without a nickel magazine or a clime novel. Dorothy Dempster not taking things seriously. Andrew Crowthers without his corner. Clifton King being short and dumpy. Dorothy Fowble not wearing red. Nellie May Gore not having a- dance at lunch time. Vivian Gore not giggling. Tracey Huster with a voice like the Big Bad Wolf. Kenneth Bollinger working. George Nichols being responsible and careful. Gordon Harden without "Doug" . ' - Vivian Gay letting something slip by in class. Peggie' Hoen without her lipstick. , J Helen Gill being ga -brunette. Arthur Southarcl withouta permanent. Mary Kathryn Pfeffer being sophisticated. Lloyd Warner without his giggle. Charles Humphries without his laugh., . Margaret 'Bollinger with low heels on.A Blanche Merryman not dreaming in chemistry class. Irene Bull without a novel. - , Walter Elseroacl making a lot of noise. .Marian Savage without an athletic class. H- Margaret Woods not having her hair curled. .Margaret Crevenston being a 'prom trotter. Frances Weaver without Helen Gill. Q Campbell Popplein not being bashful when girls arelaround. George Garman being tall. Helen Ayler not having a good time. Margaret Bolton without her "down in Georgian accent. Douglas Campbell without his wrist chain. Ted Wilson not staying home to go hunting. Dorothy Shoemaker not crowing for class dues. Mac -Shad playing Romeo. Char-les Kratz being caught speechless. ,May Batz being loud. Douglas Bottom not thinking that he is Clark Gable. Harriet Cohn being kept in in French or English Class. Jake Butler being on time. Beulah Tillman getting an "En in chemistry. Howard Broadfoot being a traveling salesman. Gertrude Bowditch without Dorothy Dempster. Ruth Shipley being a chaperon. . Carroll Albaugh reading the book of etiquette. as Page Forty-two 1 ev n H s.. Q TI-IVE 'DIALI -19 President .VE . Vice-President Secretary' . . ,. -f- Tffeasurer . . Advisers Ethel Alban Bernice Arbaugh Jack Baker Edith Bain Franklin Beck Robert Belt Jerome Benedict' Henry Berge Irma Bertsch Ruth Bolte Charlotte Bottom Evans Bowersox Robert Bowersox Thomas Brathuhn Norma Brooks 'X William Brooks James Buckingham Inez Bull Dorothy 'Burke Charles Burnham! Cora Burton Norma Caple Marion Caples James Carpenter Imogene Chaney John Cockey Hilda Cohn Virginia Collins P 0112155 nf 1935 J e em , r Ruth Cooke Jack Corrigan Mary Cross Jean Curtis Edward Davis Ruby Davis Lenora Debaugh Furner Eckenrode Homer Elseroad Ruth Essig Bill Eytnf' Janet Faustnifan' Robert Finnegan Marguerite Frank Angelar French Helen Fromm Anna Garman - William Goede Jay Gore . Howard Gniswold VVilliam Heise 1 Charles Henriclls rRiclIard liubbardff Donaldvlfumpliries XVillard' Hunt Glover Johnson Mildred Keesecker Joseph Kelley ,V . . meg . ,. Ss.- BIISS PARSONS, Miss Helen Kemp John Kurtz Harry Lau, Jr. Ruthetta Lippy Larie Long Hazel Lovel Myrtle Markey Patricia McCr'ecdy Joseph McCusker Geraldine McGuire Frances Merkel Joseph Michael ' ' Nelson Miles Donald Miller Louis Miller Allen Myers Ernest Myers ' Anna Nash . Gwyneth Naylor Edna Newton Edwin Osborn Mabel Halal 'I Roland Pittinger Garland Pobletts Annabelle Poe ' Ruth Price Melissa Pyle Evelyn Rawlings " Page Forty-three w x 2- 1 ...JAMES KWILSON. . . .MARTHA THEAVLIY ' ...VIRGINIA WOODEN .- ..-, ,,. - . . . .JOHN Of COCKEY 6 TIPTON,'M1SS GRA? Q F2 U L W 'L Edna Richardson Ma-ryl Rome 1 Eugene Roystoln., K Grace 'Schniidt Hilda, Schmitli ' .5 Margaret Schreck- Mary Slmnneybrook Alvin Shaffer Frank Shray Ruth Shreeve Elizabeth- Small Alden Smith Elennora Smith Vergie Swem Q Louise 'Eraband Franklin Tracey Guy Waddell , Ray Vifaddell :Ilona VVa'ddell Robert VValker ' Howard YValter Elyse .NValter John Warner w ' J. Bradley' W'ells Beatrice LXVhite XValTace Williams James Wilson Laura Wirts f Virginia Wooden ' r f' ..-L 1 A , .,,, 'I 1 r . -' -3' F H S. THE DIAIl 19 President . . Vice-President Gllamfi nf 1937 S ecretary ..... Treasurer . . Advisers .. elsie adams i william alder anna altvater walter atkinson william barnett charles beasman verna belt doris benson ernestine benson helen berryman leroy bixler richard bond ruth bounds jesse bowers joseph brocatn catherine bucher earl brown samuel brown baynard butler catherine carter robert -' carter virginia conoway william cook edward corroum gertrude cross helen cross emmitt coursey albert crusey homer cullison william dalton lucille darling elizabeth dixon helen duncan caroline erskine joseph evans john frank miriam fieagle roland fisher iris fritts robert fuller marie garmon marjorie garrish george gilbert james gisriel marion griswold nancy goode dorothy hacker elmer hale charles hammond yellott hammond john hein margaret hemler leroy hess virginia hoff randolph horsey helen johnson douglas kiesewetter ethel keller harry keller jane kelly edwin keyes virginia kent jack king jessie king christian kirsh elsie knight . . . .GARFIELD WEAVER . . ,FRANCES MOSNER . . .GRETTA MEC'HALSKE . . . .HELEN BERRYMAN ....... .....M1ss MEEKS, MRS. ARON naomi lampe vernon leaf annaz leech marie leight ralph little charles long betty long charles lutz thelma markland milton mann josephine mc cauley richard me cusker charlotte mechalske gretta mechalske edith merrick doris messick william molesworth frances mosner addie mummaugh miriam myers harrison neuhauscr john o'neil norma osborne clinton owings george parks inez peltzer mabel poe marjorie raver jerald reeder helen rhoten. merlc rogers marie savage frederick schmidt Page Forty-four mary etta schaefer madeleine schultheis mary ann sears doris smith robert smith helen sprinkle margaret sprinkle edith shipley lucille speacht irving stallings charles strewig ivan sullivan vernon sullivan maud teal charles terry margaret thompson sylvia tillman eleanor triplett elizabeth troyer thornton troyer john turnbaugh edward volz edith walsh anna Walters philip watts evelyn watson garfield weaver earl welsh raymond Wesley dorothy williams bryson wood nancy yeagle pauline zink F. I-I. S. THE DIAL 19 Page Fortyfffive F H S THE DIAL 9 Qttlhent Glnunril James Adams Hilda Adams Dorothy Allen Clara Becker Eugene Belt Claude Belt Worthington Belt Gertrude Bowditch Samuel Brown Earl Brown Athur Bond Marian' Caples Mildred Chaney Maynard Clark Charles Colwill John Cooke Daniel Crevenston Jean Curtis Lenor Debaugh Jack Doenges Sara Robbins Ebaugh George Gilbert Ruth Goode Walter Gordon Marion Griswold Melvin Grimes Charles Hammond Martha Healy Frank Hewes Richard Hubbard Donald Humphries William Kiesewetter Clifton King Jessie King Elsie Knight Telcla Lehmann Carlisle Long Earl Mayer Nelson Miles David Osborn Donald Poe Mary Lou Price Daisy Reigler Bobby Roberts Billy Romeike William Seabold Martha Shultheis Eleanor Smith Robert Smith Mary Thorley Elyse Walters John Waters Robert Watts Garfield Weaver Irma Lee Williams James Wilson Talbot Wilson ' Margaret Woods F.I-l.S. TI-IE DIAL 1934 Uhr Senint' Idlelg The Senior class presented as its play this year, Booth Tarkington,s famous comedy, "Seventeen". Willie Baxter had just reached that awkward, difficult age of seventeen. Like most boys of his age, he boasted that no girl meant anything to him, but as soon as a new girl came to town, he was among the first of the boys to visit her. In fact, he fell desperately .in love with Lola Pratt and her baby talk, and he made somewhat of a fool of himself to gain more attention than the other boys. It was not until after his "Baby Talk Ladyn had gone home that Willie finally came hack to his senses and decided that he really wouldnzt be wasting his life after all hy going to college. The cast was as follows: Willie Baxter Lola Pratt . Jane Baxter Mr. Baxter Mrs. Baxter May Parcher Mary Brooks William Seaboltl . . . .Tekla Lehmann . , .Frances Callaghan . . . . . .William I-lidey Sara Robbins Ebaugh . . . . .Mary Lou Price . , , .Blanche Scott Ethel Boke ., Joe Bullitt . . . . George Crooper John Watson . Wallie Banks . . , . Genesis . . , . . Mr. Parcher .. Page Forty-seirm , . .Nancy Jane Erskine . . . . .Charles Baker . . .Wilfred Keir . . .John Waters . . .Lewis Krauch .Charles Colwill Ferdinand Hahn F. H. S. TI-IE DIAL 19 012151 nf Hlgiratra nf Elgviizanrvn Richard, a Pirate Chief .... .,.... J ames Fleagle Samuel, his Lieutenant ...... ........,,.,. .... C h arles Humphries Frederic, a Pirate Apprentice .....,., ....... ..,.... C h arles Baker Major-General Stanley, of the British Army ,.... ,...... W ilbur Nlather Edward, a Sergeant of Police ,....,...,....... ..,. T homas Widerman Mabel, General Stanleyis Youngest Daughter... ......... Blanche Scott Kate ..,.....,,....................,..... ....,,..... P atricia Bauer Edith ,......,.....,.............,,.,... ,,.. E dna Marie Meyerdirck Isabel .................,.. .,....,. ....,... T h elma Harden Ruth, a Piratical "Maid-of-all-worlcu . . ,,.., Nancy Jane Erskine General Stanley's Daughters Mary Lou Price Wilma Roberts Nellie May Gore Jane Butler Dorothy Shoemaker Mary Ellen Davis Chorus of Pirates and Policemen Douglas Bottom Carlisle Rogers Charles Kratz Howard Broadfoot Merlin Beam John C. Coclcey Eugene Belt Campbell Popplein Mary Kathryn Pfeiffer Alice Cockey Mary Frances Barstow Ruth Shipley Mary Lyle Smith Gertrude Bowditch Clifton King Zouck Brooks Worthington Belt William Kiesewetter Orchestra Members Russell Harper Katherine Kirkley Gaynelle Templeton Sarah Boerner Page Forty-eight Tekla Lehmann Betty Doenges Anna Stidman Ruth Hart Margaret Bollinger Donald Bond Kenneth Bollinger Douglas Campbell John Bowen Jean Curtis Helen Ayler William Cullison F. H.S. THE DIAL 1934 Obrgtnnizatinnn Of the numerous organizations and clubs throughout the school, the Student Council is the most important. Here the representatives from the school at large are allowed to carry on some of the minor business of the school under the supervision of a faculty adviser. The officers for the year are as follows: First half Second half William Kiesewetter .... ..... P resident ,... ..... C lifton King William Seabold ..... , . .Vice-President. . . . . .Mary Lou Price Hilda Adams ...... .... . . . .Secretary. . . . , . . ....,. . . .Daisy Reigler The athletic department of the school is represented by the boys' and girls' athletic associations out of which grow the Athletic Council. The associations are composed only of the ofiicers of the two associations and a few faculty members. The Council takes care of the athletic budget, sets standards for athletic awards, and arranges for games and trans- portation. The following people are members: Mr. Seabold, president Telcla Lehmann, Secretary Mr. Crosby Elizabeth Gooch Miss Godwin Blanche Scott Miss Saifell Mary Ellen Davis Walter Gordon Roland Bosley 4 William Seabold The language departments are represented by the French and Latin clubs. They are organized to stimulate interest in the language, customs, and arts of the nation whose language the pupils are studying. This is brought about by reports, songs, and dramatizationsthrough- out the year. The officers of the clubs are as follows: French Clubs Third year Fourth year Campbell Popplein .... ....,. P resident. .,,.. Daisy Reigler Howard Broadfoot. . . . . .Vice-President .,.. Phyllis Perkins Dorothy Shoemaker. . . .... Secretary .... . . .Telcla Lehmann Charles Kratz. ...,. .... T reasurer. . . . . .Worthington Belt Latin Club Consul Primus . . .....,.,... .... M artha Healy Consul Secundus . . . Anna Garman Quaestor ....,.. .,.. J ay Gore Scriba ....,.. . . . . .Virginia Wooden A "Boosters Cluby' has been formed this year composed of students with artistic and literar talents. Their duty is to advertise and Hboostn all the activities of the school. Y The girls of the high school have formed a Girls' League so as to arouse a feeling of friendship among the girls. A most important feature of the league is the "Sunshine Club" whose duty is to send greetings to those who are ill. The activities of the music department are divided into two groups, the Orchestra and the Glee Club. There is a junior and senior orchestra under the leadership of Mr. Thomp- son, the junior orchestra composed of beginners, and the senior orchestra composed of pupils who have had more experience and who are more talented. The Glee Club is under the direction of Miss Hoffman. The members are boys and girls of the junior and senior classes who are interested in music. The two main projects of the Glee Club this year were the Christmas cantata and an operetta. Page Forty-mine F.H.S THE DIAL 1934 Ariinitim The senior girls started the yearis activities by giving a UI-Iello Partyi' to all the high school girls, the sole purpose being to have a good time and to get the new girls acquainted. The girls were entertained with games, stunts, and dancing which were topped with refresh- ITICHIS. 'iThe Autumn Hopi' was the first big event on the school calendar. It was sponsored by the athletic associations and proved to be a complete success. Next on usual routine The first Frost Ball." everyone was the program was the boys' minstrel show. They gave us a good show with the of songs, jokes, and dances. dance proved such a success that the Athletic Association sponsored the "Jack With a good orchestra and snow flakes for decorations inside and outside, in the mood for a good time. Then the good ol, Juniors gave the Seniors a real prom on St. Patricl:'s Day with plenty of shamroclcs and fun to go around, A Not to be outdone by the boys, the girls put on a circus with clowns, trained horses, strong men, magicians, and everything that goes with a real circus. Next ,along the dramatic line was "The Clock Struck Omen, a one-act play presented by part of the Sophomore class. Then came the final A. A. dance. The hall was decorated with Howers and a "Crescent Nloonn added to the spell of spring fever throughout the school. Y The Glee Club presented its operetta "The Pirates of Penzancev soon after the dance. Besides offering some fine music, the cast made quite a colorful picture with its gayly dressed bold pirates and its dainty maidens. The much anticipated Father and Son Get-together was eminently successful with en- tertainment by local talent, an address by Major Lamborn and a social time of games and refreshments. Page Fifty F. I-I. S. TI-IE DIAL Page Fifty-one F. H. S. THE DIAL V Haraiig Svnrrvr . ' Carville Leaf .,... Carroll Turner. . . Carlisle Long ...... William Kiesewetter. . Charles Albright. . . Aclrean Norris .,... Donald Poe ..,,... Marshall Taylor, . . SQUAD Walter Gordon fCaptainj . . . . , , . , Goal Right Fullback Left Fullback Right Halfback Center Halfback Left Halfhack Qutsicle Right Inside Right Center Forwarcl Worthington Belt ....,................... Insicle Left Maxwell Mosner ........,.....,........... Outside Left Subs: R. Bosley, C. Burnham, H. Shipley Games Westminster . . 3g Franklin .... .. Calvert Hall . . . . . 6g Franklin. . . . . , Westminster .,... . Og Franklin .... . . State Normal . . . . 5g Franklin. . . . , . :kKenwoocl ...... . , Og Franklin ..., . . Alumni ,,...... . . 1' Franklin ,... . . 'ksparrows Point .. . . . 'kCatonsville . ,... . Dksparks ......,, Calvert Hall . , . 5"Towson ..... 5 .. 4g Franklin .... .. . . Og Franklin . 05 Franklin . , 85 Franklin . 35 Franklin ffl ffm 30 36 'l'League Games Page Fifty-'two F. H. S. THE DIAL 9 1Hz11'5iig Igauakvthall The Dial Staff takes pleasure in congratulating this team on its second con secutive county championship. William Kiesewetter Walter Gordon . . . Carlisle Long ..... Worthington Belt . Roland Bosley fCaptainj .,., Subs: M. Taylor, C. Albright, M. Mosner, C. Franklin ..,. Franklin ,... Franklin .... Franklin .... Franklin .,.. Franklin .... Franklin ,.., Franklin ..,. Franklin .... Franklin ,,,. Franklin ,... Franklin .... Franklin .... Franklin ..,, 'klseague Games H. Shipley, B. Groff Score . 345 Friends . . 265 Park ...... . 165 Friends ......., . 345 Boys, Latin ,... , 225 Towson Catholic . 225 Alumni ....... . 335 bksparrows Point . 135 Annapolis ..,.. . 345 'kKenwood ..... . 405 Towson Catholic . 305 7kCatonsville .... , 235 b'fSparks .,., . 365 "cTowson . , . . , . 325 'WlVlt. Rainier . , 384 'l"l'State Games Page Fifty-three . . . .Guard . . , .Guard . . . ,Center . . . ,Forward . . , .Forward King, .. 28 .. 19 .. 14 ., 28 ,. 11 .. 32 ,. 23 . 26 .. 14 .. .. 18 .. 23 .. 16 .. 13 .. 40 305 F. I-I. S. THE DIAL 9 3Har5itg iliarrnzuv i SCHEDULE Franklin vs. XFranklin vs. 'Franklin vs. 'l'Franklin vs. 'kfiranklin vs. 7"Franklin vs. 4'Franklin vs. ak TEAM Goal-F. Hewes Point-R. Reter Cover Point-C. Turner First Defense-C. Burnham Second Defense-J. Adams Center-W. Gordon Second Attack-C. Albright First Attack-J. Waters Out Home-W. Seabold In Home-L. Caple St. Paul Catonsville Sparrows Point Towson Catonsville Sparrows Point Towson League Games Page Fifty-four H. H. A. A. A. H. H. SQUAD W. Groff R. Bosley S. Whitely T. Wilson F. Moser A. Southard C. Baker R. Fuller F. I-I. S. TI-IE DIAL 9 Hemrziig igazivhall The Dial Staff takes pleasure in congratulating this team on winning the county championship. W. Belt ..... ,... . lst Base D. Bottom .... . , . R. Aclams .... . , . l 2nd Base M. Mosner, , . , . . 3rd Base-pitcher A. Norris ,,,.. W. Kiesewetter. . , . , , Shortstop R. Cooper ...,. L. Hubbard, , . . Cockey ...,. R. Schanberger . . x Left Field g Center Field Right Fielcl C. Leaf .,..,.. , , . Z. Brooks ,..., .... C atcher-Pitcher V. Markland .... .,.,. P itcher C. Long ...... ,,......, M anager D. Kiesewetter ..,....., Mascot SCHEDULE bkApril 26 Kenwood vs Franklin A ,kMay 3 Catonsville vs. Franklin H. May 7 lVlcDonogh vs. Franklin A. D':lVlay 9 Sparks Vs. Franklin A. May 16 Westminster vs. Franklin A. :"May 18 Towson vs. Franklin H. May 23 Westminster vs. Franklin H. 'kjune 4 Sparrows Point vs. Franklin A. une 7 Kenwood vs Franklin A 'klseague games Page Fifty-ive F H S THE DIAL 9 Harzitg Zliielhhall SQUAD Thelma Harden ,.,4......,... ,... Tekla Lehmann fManagerj .... ..,. Ruth Essig ..,.....,,,....., , . . Etta Long ....... Doris Grimes .,.... Ruth Jones ........ Marguerite Frank ......... .... Ruth Welsh ,...,,... Elizabeth Gooch fCaptainj, , . . Right Wing Righr Inside Center . . , . Left Inside . . .Left Wing . . , Right Halfhack Center Halfhack ....LeftHa1fback . . . ,Right Fullhack Alice Frank ...,,.................. Left Fullhack Esther Cross .........,..,..,...... Goal Sub: B. Scott, A. Stidman, R. Shipley, M. L. Price GAMES Opponent Winning Team Score Sparks Sparks 15-6 Ellicott City Franklin 15-11 "'Sparrows Point Sparrows Point 14-6 XKenwooCl Franklin 9-8 'kCatonsville Catonsville 34-1 Alumni Franklin 8-6 Senior Boys Franklin 7-6 b"Sparks Sparks 10-5 Alumni Alumni 10-3 Vfowson Towson V 25-5 b"League games Page Fifty-six F. H. S. THE DIAL Halrziig Ezwkvihall SQUAD Tekla Lehmann fCaptainQ .,,. Elizabeth Gooch .. . . Etta Long .,....... Marguerite Frank Mary Lou Price. . . Esther Cross . , . Ruth Shipley . .,.. Dorothy Dempster .. Alice Frank ..,... Ruth Welsh ...., Thelma Harden ...,..,,,,. .... GAMES Opponent Winner Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Tie Sparrows Point Sparrows Point Kenwood Kenwood Catonsville Catonsville Sparks Sparks Towson Towson Page Fifty-seven Forward Forward Forward Guard Guard Guard Center Center Side Center Side Center Guard Score 5-45 18-18 26-33 20-21 8-42 7-29 2-40 H. S. THE DIAL Page Fifty-eight F. I-I. S. THE DIAL 19 Frances Allers . . . , Catherine Armacost Elizabeth Armacost Walter Beck .,.... Irving Becker .... Laura Becker .... Marshall Bosley .. Samuel Bottom . . . Marie Bounds .. Goldie Brooks .,,, Norman Brooks . . . Neal Brown ., , Audrey Bull --.. William Clagett . . . Alonza Clark .,... Wilson Corroum . . Marguerite Davis . Roland Dirzuweit . William Doenges . . Gladys Goede .. Ruth Grimes . Helen Hare .. Esther Hoff ....,. Donald Horsey . . . Harry Humrichouse Elizabeth Keyes . . , Walter Lewis ..,.. Rosella Long ..... Catherine Lynch .. Mildred Markel . . , Mary Martin ..... Marjorie McKee .. Margaret Miles . . . Carroll Morningstar Julietta Mosner . . , Loretta Neuberger , Bertha Newhauser . Mary Reuter .,.... Grace Richardson . Glenna Rohde , . . . Helen Sands . ,. Ethel Savage . Lillian Savage ,. Louise Shaeffer . , . Gordon Smith , . . , Grace Smith ..... Sarah Sprinkle Florence Stallings . Charles Stewart . , . Frederick Stidman Robert Tinkler Millard Traband . . Louis Volland , . . . Annabelle Walker . Blanche Walsh . . . Margaret Weiss , . . Clarence Wheeler . Herman Williams . Jane Williams .... Charles Wilson . . . Paul Wooden . , . Edwin Wosch .. Clarence Yox . , . Chrisrabel Zentz .. Mary Zink ..... 1Mhe1'e-Aeifinnmnf "33" ,.....,...............,Employed .......,..............Strayer,s Business College . . . .... Strayer's Business College . . . .Employedg University of Baltimore . . . .University of Baltimore . . . .Home , . . ,Home . . . .Johns Hopkins University . . . .Employed A . . . . Home . . , .Farming at home . . . .Employed . , . .Home . . . .Employed . . . .Employed . . . .Home . .Home . . . .Employed ....Employedg Y. M. C. A. night school . . . .In training, Mercy Hospital . . . .Home . . . .Married fMrs. James Davisl . . . .Home . . . , Employed . . . .Home . . . .Home . . . .Western Maryland College . . . .Home . . . ,Home . . . .Home . . . .Home . . . .Hood College . . . .Strayer,s Business College . . . . Employed . . , .Home . . . .Home . . . .Married iMrs. Edgar Rohdel . . . .Home . . . .Home . . . .Home . . . .Home . , . .Home . . . .Employed . . , .Home . . . .Llniversity of Baltimore . . , ,Home . . , ,Home . . . .Home . . . .Home . . . .Employed . . . .University of Baltimore A ....University of Maryland Pharmacy School . , . .Employed , , . .University of Baltimore , . . .Home . . . .Strayer's Business College . . . .Home . . . ,Western Maryland College . . . .Employed , , . .University of Baltimore . . . .Western Maryland College . . . .Home . . . .University of Baltimore . ,... Employed Q ,,,,,..,,Employed Page 'Fifty'-nine 1' I-I. S. THE DIAL Page Sixty w Ahuvrtinvmvnia ge Sixtypone i if?Ka9.?lGK916?kH6'E5l9lQ'1GIGIGIGIGKPIGIGSIGIGIGI691GIGIQEIQIGISQIGKEISEKGZGG?Z6fI69Z6?I6IQiGI65Z6E!wQlQl66EISEIQIGIGISEZQKQE 4 Q y as 2, QE Q2 P 92 'E 49 -2 g Q2 QS Q 7 ii 25 as 542 ig QE il 9 Q 5 ' is 3 gg If 0 ' 5 .I QE 3 ft Sf? 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Eline 8: Sons FUNERAL DIRECTORS Dry Goods, Notions, House Fur- nishings, Glassware, Chinaware, Toys, Etc. Phone Reisterstown 192 Reisterstown' Md' Phone Reislerstown 20612 Reisterstown, Murylanfl The peoples Bank Pikesville, Md. WE SOLICIT SMALL. ACCOUNTS Sept. 12. ' Came to school. Mr. Thompson: "Mather, how does H20 get in the numera- tor of this formula? Mather: "It splashes up." Sept. 21. 77 Sept. 25. Hello Party. Miller's Ice 8: Ice Cream Co. S Distributors of ICE AND HOME MADE ICE CREAM to Reisterstown and Surrounding Community Ice box in F. II. S. Cafeteria installed by us fx f A1W1fXVfXVfNV' Wolf-I f' VXXINVNICIN f' f' flIZ:lf'!QVQVfiYfLYQYQYQVLllLl1J:il1lYfklQ!QVQllLYZ:YfbjQY:NVXXIfxV Wiilfbljbfflf YXXYAVXNW Page Sixty-five EZ 7K 392 S52 S92 S92 455 Z5 92 S42 S42 S52 S42 S52 Si? S52 S52 S52 S92 242 92 iii Sl? 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Mr. Hyson: "What did you see in the paper, Cullison?" 5' Cullison: "Dunno', I only lookecl at the pictures." gg Mr. Hyson: "All right, give us the life of 'Mickey Mouse'." Q2 Oct 4. Miss I-Iuttenhauer. "It's just a matter of putting off toclay--', 3 Eddie: "What you can't clo tomorrow, either." Z Oct 13. "Ruthie,' Welsh gives instructions on nosecliving in mud. , CHECKING ACCOUNTS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES , Relsterstown Savings Banlc of Baltimore County, Md. REISTERVSTOWN, MARYLAND 22 capital 550,000.00 Surplus 325,000.00 il? Si? Sf? ?l43SlS5l3H55I5QiSli?l9l3l9l9l5IGSIQIQ7157IQ7ISIGISIQIQKHQ9i9if5i3i9l9i9l9lQ7l9l9l9lGl3I32319lSl5?i3i'3i3if5l3i3l9lQiQl3. Page Sixty-six .A. v v v J 5fH9K9l55l?79l9l:'k5i4?'l59l9li?l9l9k5l5?i9l9l9155151916165I92913113919131319IGH5519191991616l9l?5l5?lf5l45l55l9l?9l5?'lGl9K?l9l57gE 45 Z5 95 Z5 93 ig PHILIP B. WELSH a sons gg '45 SL ig "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 35 42 5 Say It With Ours 13 FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 5 - QS u 32 4,2 Green Houses, Glen Morris Phone Reis. 8 i SZ 35 25 . Q2 gg Phone Reis. 194-NV Z5 Z5 Ze ' Z, C H' Mmhael 8' Son Leader Department Store gg E NEHI' Fl1"3.1'1kl1I'1 School Reisterstown, Maryland 5' . Q3 Qi Reisterstown, Md. "We have what ygu Want" '- , , , H 15 25 "Our price 1S right EE H2 25 "Oct. 17. Mr. Thompson: "Have you ever heard of Quanum?" Z5 EE Wilna: "It's a foreign language, isn,t it?" QE Oct. 18. "Scotty', thumbs her way over to the cafeteria. ' Zi Oct. 19. Groff: "Take the athlete for instanceg a big strong fellow O that can play a swell game and hasn't a thing above his ears." ig Nov. 1. Girls' Varsity defeated Alumni. Z ' 'EE 22 92 5? ZA A Friendly talk With us before you establish you Banking Connections - 5 XVil1 convince you That SE iv Z5 -- Z4 V A at THE GL Noon e NK ag GLYNDON, MD. -- Sig 33 gg will be your Bank Z5 '- Zi gig gg ALL SERVICES OF A MODERN BANK 1- iii E Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ' EE EE fl? 55 1 . ' 1 Av Vw rAl v xr xv vfyfxrfy vflggvlav gyfglggxy vgygyiygxlfyqv ,1 yqvfwqvgvy -vw , 1 rug! ygvgxr x ,V M413 5K9l'f?'l9iGi'9lfEiQlQl4En6iQ7ii7nQK7l6sUn45f7i67tep'SfR7Rfmehifn tfnvffnifAv1Vn49ivw nvnx7RfRfiQ nQfRfK7Rfw R1461571616565Avneflx7lx7A'f5K7KXfnf7nvn Page Sixty-seven A A KEGG!GEIGGZGGGGIGIGIGGISBIGMIQEEI4391G91QI'61SI6516EI9l45T45l6lGl55I6l6?l?7l6IWk'5'A6::'A7A'65IA:7::'A7Af,"sl6-I6Ii?l55lGlGI:9lQElQ 'A 1 2.3 Q if? 35 JOITI1 Gfebnel' 4:5 , 46 gg Relsterstown Foocl Marlcet E12 4:5 il? Z . . M A A ' 5 Chnsthllps Blue Room Select eats, Groceries, Q Fruit and Vegetables gg REISTERSTOXYN, MD. phone Reisterstown 134 gg REISTER-STOWN, MD. EF 2:5 Q? gg L. S. WHEELER GLYNADON, MD. A Q52 gg The Wheeler Supply Company 35' S EE Dealers in gg 2: Q5 COAL, BRICK, CEMENT, SEWER: PIPE, BUILDERS' QE HARDWARE, FEED, FIELD SEED, ETC. 2:2 55 Z5 4:3 4:3 4:2 5:2 Nov. 11. P. T. A. Supper and Dance. Nov. 29. We leave the spacious halls to enjoy Thanksgiving holidays. 43 Dec. 4. Autumn Hop. Dec. 14. Mr6,:l'hompson: "Why clo we call liquefied carbon dioxide dry Q ICC. " Wilna: 'Because it isn't wet.', 4:2 4:2 G2 5:5 4:2 QP il 4:2 Z: 442 Z2 Ze ?4 2:5 4:2 2:5 Q2 Q 35 Z: Q5 ZL . , Eg The Relsterstown Lumber Co. o 2:5 4:5 LUMBER AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES Z5 97 ig P. O. Reisterstown, Md. 2:2 2: Office and Yard, Glen Morris, Md. 4:3 ,A 235 Phone, Reist. 26 J. CHARLES ECKEL, Pres. 55? ff? 3? 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Phone Reisterstown 64 I WHY NOT INVEST SAFELY IN YOUR COMMUNITY v Depositors in the GLYNDON PERMANENT BUILDING ASSOCIATION i Have Enjoyed A Depression-Proof Investment For Forty-Six Years R For Full Information, write or visit ' Giyncion Permanent Building Association A Glyndon, Md. 5 - Dec. 20. A. A. Party. A Dec. 22. Leave for the Christmas holidays. 4. i Jan. 2. Back to the "Old Grinclf' I Jan. 12. Senior Play. Sherwood Bros., inc. General Offices: Baltimore Trust Building 3 Telephone, Plaza 6670 4:5 Compliments of S. Carefieid 8a Company 402 ki? C3 462 Y 1 Ii9i9G57i9K5iG:?F3'4: EE EQ. 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QE Complnnents of 3 Q2 ' S52 0 SQ v , The Downtown Garage .- 315 208-16 Water sr. sf FIRESTONE TIRES - QE 92 Jan 13. Senior Play. gg Feb 2. Jack Frost Ball. Feb 6. Mr. Thompson: "You look into H2O, and light is refracted gg toward the normal. The object is not where it seems to bef' , 5, Fleagle: "Yea, but you look croolceclf' 5 X Sl 0 xlb J.. "" 4 sg of X: 4, 95 . gs Melvln J. Burnham co Z5 ' gg ICE-COAL-WOOD-FUEL o1L EE Q2 phone Pikesville 590-J SELF-SERVICE ICE STATIONS jf 22 5 a,tlPikesvil1e and Reisterstown 552 l 25 ge l QE Eli S52 AX 7Li516?lGQ?l656916?iGE9EK5lidliol-GIQKEIGHSTGQIQISIG2939161663GIQFEZ-9591916591-GIGXWISEZQEIGIGIGQIGSIGIGIGQQSQEHG Page Seventy 3 fxvf 1, 15 v.61i?.s szeleleiereieeleleJezebelezeielere!ereteeezeleiexexexweexeleieleleleieleielelereleiexerereieieerelexeleiel 3, Eli QE . 112 "No One Knows Paint Like a. Telephone, Relsterstown 41 Q2 32 Painter ' ' ' E I S ' . . 92 P1keSv111e 164-R AUGUST H E gg Eg - S92 - . Dealer in 4' 92 . Ja gg Morris F. Harden 2:5 Z? Meats Groceries and Provisions iii PAINTER-CONTRACTOR ' ff? ii , . . - . gg 117 Old Com Rd., P1kesv111Q, Md. RUSYQMOWH7 Maryland ,la EE l I 8 e S12 35 F N I I h t SQ QE 23 REAL ESTATE 212 f .E e v, ag Q2 11 E. Lexington St. 97 QE Q2 Camrr 0900 112 el Feb. 12. Mr. Hyson: "Mary Lou, go clown to my oflfice 'and get "Heart 235 Times." ,S N Feb. 16. Minstrel Show. ' S12 QE Feb. 23. Boys win championship basketball game from Towson. -Q JZ Call on me 1 have the best 32 Sl SE 3 GARNER 81205. EDWARD K, BAKER 12 43? Owings Mills, Ma. COAL and WOOD gg QE General Merchandise 232 9 . . "' gg Pikesville 258-J P1kesv1l1e 194 Howm-dv111e, Md. Kg af 5' 1 BEST WISHES FOR YOUR SUCCESS 25 SIE 2 e uc: ass om pany se Th B I4 GI C ig 2 3- 412 32 71x 9363629165 I6l6916I9X616E?'.w'H6I49FsEIGl616Q'9Ki65QX619HGE5E9IGIGQQIGIQXGQQIGIGIGIGFHGIGQIGIGGQIGQX Page Seventy-one C SZGIGIGISIGISISISISZSI9SIGISZS231SIGISISISISIQZSISIGHE'4ZSZ1?'iP'4E QE?4illN51195101SZSZSZSZGIQXSZSZSEIQ4 , Hilgeman, Brundige Co. GENERAL STORE DEPENDABLE Hoon TIRES A d D l H ' W n ,ea 615 In , MARTIN J. BARRY Coal, Wood, Lime, Cement, Ferti- lizers, Machinery, Etc. xref. CllaI'leS Stevenson, Md. Phone C. Sc P. Pikesville 450 Phone Pikes 120 PIKESVILLE TAILCR Charles F. Marshall, Prop. CLEANING, PRESSING, ALTERING and SPONGING Furs Cleaned, Glazed :md Stored Prompt Service 1222 Reisterstown Road PIKESVILLEE, MD. March 10. After President Roosevelt's radio address. Miss l-luttenhauer: "Class, what did you get out of Mr. Roosevelt's speech?" Waters: "We got out of English classf' March 16. Junior-Senior Party. March 20. Mr. Hyson, "-and now we boil starch granules in cold waterf, . THE ARUIXIDEL CGRRORATIQN Baltimore, Md. CONSTRUCTORS AND ENGINEERS and Distributors of SAND, GRAVEL and COMMERCIAL SLAG LLVQV L lLb'Lb'Q'4 N134 1'4l'4NQ'4N4N4S4l'1b'4b'1b'13'4l'Q'1llQlQ'15'fNIJ!L'ZNZLl!SQ'Q'ZSLNZNAVQ'QMSA'Q'Q'!b'5b'Q'1NQ'L'X- 'i'45.'.lbMX v4vR71vnvnxfnvnvw :vwmvmvnvivivtvivivtvixnvnvwnvnvnvRAvw1vwAvivwmvsvnvnvlvivtvtvrwvwsvwnvavtxhviviviv Page Seventy-two Jfbwwfxvo 'N NN-ww M N ev AVE! Mewcswmm A'fX'A'iL'fsQfN12l1l'f '4u,fms'AwA'4my4sv.cvrsmmvmawmu.cw.v4:.s14vang!1 45' 92 92 92 S92 e S, 92 242 e J2 92 92 S52 S92 352 S92 Y e e e QE 2. Eli SIE A: e D N! ii e QD EE is if? 453 23? 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NAVLCDFQS HOME MADE ICE CREAM Retail and Wholesale Phone: Reis. 11-W 7. x 91 Q9!QI9I959166516I:GI6IQFHQIGQH5191-GIGIGIGIGIGIGGQIGIGIGIGISIGIQIGIGIGIGSIGQIGKHGZGQISKEIGXGIGEEIGIGG6 Page S eventy-three 51 vggfxr , 1 ,1 ,1451q1451, Vxggr 1 -1 1x 1f51f,14yfy 5,14 1511514514 1 1451, 1Q1 1451 51 -1 1 1 14 14 14 1, 1 -1 514 14 1439! ,14514514514y4gl45Yf'bMl' JL 1'?Axf4iZQl9iQaQ4xffavlxflffivivlaelelelifsvKfsvRfsffsfxkfsifsvaGlenVAGAVlQlxAfAQlQl6i9iGsx5ixEAGAQAQQAXglenn Qsvlvlvlxxivnxflifnvnfgy 'ax , S42 A A A .L A A 1 H, F, Miller Mallonee Bros. ig Z5 GROGERIES AND MEATS Crushed and Bulldmg 2 Phone, Pikesville 544 s '1' o N E 1206K Reisterstown Road Pikesville, Md. EE 212 . . 1 ... . fi? PIKQSVIHC, Md. B1l:i6SV1ll6 39-J and 474-M gg V QE Eli o sl K Compliments of 5 Z5 EE EQ 442 Class of 1936 if? EE ds gi Apr. 20. Mary Lou: 'lLoolc at Mr. Thompson." E Blanche: "What's he doing?" if Eg Mary Lou: "Sitting on the ground talking to a banana peel." 3 gg Apr. 26. Mr. Hyson wears his rubber apron correctly. E Apr. 27. Crescent Moon Dance. SE 555 11 5 . . if? A. Jacobs 8: Sons Leeds K. Bllllngslea TAILORS 100fZ, INSURANCE Uniforms and Equipment WITH 128 W. Fayette sr., B:1lti1n0re,Md. REAL SERVICE SE gg Established 1891 Vklestminster, Maryland 4 - - Q Dunlop T1res 24 Hour Slervlce Z5 5 1 5 NlEMEYER'S GARAGE gd S92 Reisterstown Road Monolight Q2 COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE QE " if? ii? Body and Fender Work o. speioidny Phone Roig. 79-VV Q12 gg S12 447 f Aj QGKEIGZSEIGIQEISEIQEIGIGQEIQEZGQIGIGKEISEISEIQEISXGEISEZQPZGQIGQIGZQZQEIQZGISE!GI9I9IGIQYGIGKEQGKHQIQIGISIGIGKZQKEXGQIGKHGIQ Page Seventy-four i ' i Avy S fxvfwufxrfxrfxmr fs vm M fvmfxvfxvfxrfs IM O I fs: wfxvsv fwfr v 'S 1 we vfxvfvfxv.fvfs., A rn 1 N mfxvfxvfsv fs' 'X' "4fl'f1Y4b'A'1l'fJ.1'L:'1b'i'4 ggflVIVAVlvlvR7lY7lUl'UK7lVlf7lVlUlf7lf7AVlf7lY7lUl?f:7K7A3Tlf7R7lUlVAVlTff7lf7 T'K7AVA3R75?7117l37lY7AVlY7R7lf7K7s'37 '7Af!FJlXflvi'v'Ax, I O I S VASE Phone Pikes. 38lJ 24-Hr. Service z.: 523 gs SQ gli Wohlmuther Compliments of ,I A ELECTRICIAN , , 222 1 t Franlclln Cafeteria gig 512 Contractmg-Repalrs 92 fl? 35 QE 5 VValker Ave. Pikesville, Md. gig QE EE 23? 223 iii 515 92 ig 532 Vita-Mille Battery - Fed Brollers ancl EC Lawn Fertilizers .G 7? THE SPECIALTY FARM 532 iii gg Phone 145 REISTERSTOXVN, IID. 553 Z5 S2 Z5 92 Z5 42 25 42 May 1. Senior Class Trip. Q2 S42 May 21. Miss Huttenhauer: "William Burns wrote 'To a Field Mouse'." Voice from back of room: "Did he get an answer?', May 30. County Track meet. Q, Q- 42 Baltimore to Hanover Bus Service 5 gay E - BUS S FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS U. S. Tires and Tubes-Welding and Brasing 92 V1 Repairing, Greasing, Car Washing '7 il? Phone: Hampstead 132 55 553 MARYLAND COACH COMPANY QE 55 Eli 23? QS , , 552 Phone Reisterstown 17 G. H. COLEMAN, Prop. 252 Ze if Zag 40 gg AUTO PARTS RENEWAL co. gg EE ij? 222 Wholesale Distributors QS Q2 S22 TIRES, TUBES, AUTO PARTS, ACCESSORIES and IGNITION if is Zeb Reisterstown Maryland SVNZXVX 'lbldylllfzl JQVZLL '4b'il'Q'fl'f5.'L 'LSL J4bJ1EVbVXVZN Lb'1b'1b'.Q'1Ll4:'1b"iYQ'ZN1i"'l'LX'fJLllllllblfglli'LL'll'Q'4i'1b'i'4b'fL'Zi'fl'Q'ZXV4b'L fRfrx7R7Qsviv4vRf igivivigivnvnw' IVIWIQIVAGKXAVIVRfR7ivf9ivivivivw avlxfrixixfnvixf Rfix71Sfivivivivivix uv ivnvivlvivivnviifivivivh Page Seventyefve iv fygggrfxvfxl vfxr :Al vfsrfufxv v v 1 1 v I vgxv vim vgvdv fy 51414 gxivgfygvgyfv v QQ 1- 14514 Jgy4:'fbl4b'Z1'4l'LX A N4 i6fklTfAvAxfR7R7KfER7l49Nf'Af9lQEAUAVAVAQAGAQAQQAQAGAx7i9R?R7f?4xeiglgfflfflifngxdgsgsifAGnvni7AQsQivi9lQlGlvAfHQxvxvRfsxf4vnvn7lf7le?2 fr w 2:3 Sig 55 - 555 G- B- Cilfflf-lef Broolcs Supply Company 74? . . Q2 ' Hafdwafrer Feed, Feflil-l1Ze1', Seeds, Hardware and Farm Implements, Sli . A . . ' ' ' gg. Paints and 011s-A11 kinds of P 31111115 and 0115 ' H A .i H G ' F d S dl d F - QE EE FARM 11vr.PLE1vrEN'rs fy? mm' ee ' ei S an er S22 Q2 , j . tilizer, Cement and Lime. Wayne Automobile .SHPPHCS Feeds. Vile deliver. C. S: P. Phone 1.61, Reisterstown, Md. NRA Phone Reisterstown, 15-R Eze ' EQ is 52 CD -' is ' ig gs New and Used Cars 9 13 - '- f -ef 93 is CHEVROLET! Q4 92 A P - 5? lifes PARK CIRCLE MOTOR CO 35 sz R 92 The Wor1d's Largest Chevrolet Dealer 3426 Reisterstown Road gf . ' .Q Salesmen Living in this Territory W. B. Erskine R. Stewart Knatz, , Reisterstown Owings Mills ig Q5 ' R X Phone: Liberty 0800 Q22 SE fi? ' 223 Q5 ' June 8. Class Night. fi, ,F ' June 17. Sermon. .June 21. Commencement. June 22. 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