Franklin High School - Dial Yearbook (Reisterstown, MD)

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I' , A IvII. f e I , I t I S a d j ' twelr ' LI d ' r ' Fr ldn, , a t tw ' r nd H. - I , . , I-I THE DIAL 1937 ANNA R MI-:ERS MARGARET J HANNUM ARTHUR L COLBURN Page Fwe R fy, V I-I THE DIAL 1937 The Faculty HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT READF VT CORR Prmrzpal A B fUn1ve1Q1ty of RlClTllTOl'1dl los!-'PH F BOYLAN B S fManhattan Collegej M A QColumb1aJ ARTHUR L COLBLRN B S 1Stout ITTSTZILUTCQT MERITI EUBANKS B S fGeo1g1a State College fox Womenl M S fColumb1aJ HOPE GODWIN QSa1gent School of Phvmcal Educatlonj EILEN H GRAY B S Uohm Hopkmsj MARCARET J HANNUM A B fGouche1J ITF1 EN C HUTTENHAUER A B TGOUCTTEIJ M Ed fJohns HOIJklTTSJ A NNA R MEI-:Ks AB fGouche1J HELEN TOVELL REESE Vw' Pzznczpal A B fGouche15 ETHEI A PARSONS A B fVV6St6llT Malxlandj MARY V PRATT A B fGOUCh91J THELMA M PYLE AB fB11dgewaterJ SHERMAN J REES JR B S fSp11ngfleld Collegej C WIGHTMAN SEABOLD B S A M CUmvers1ty of Malylandj C LOUISE TIPTON A B fWeste1n Malylandj A M CColumb1aJ MARTHA L TovELL B S fJohns Hopkmsj B M fPeabodyJ TIIELMA WISNER A B fGouche1J GRAMMAR AND PRIMARY DEPARTMENT Vzce P1 mczpal LoUIsE B GOODWIN Fzfth Goade FMMA K HANNA Seventh G1ade NIILDRED E JONES Szxth Gvade M XRIL B SLOAN Swcth Gaade J DIE L WHEELER Fzfth Gzade ELEANOR BRUEHL, Foznth G1 ade IEONE A LAMOTTE, Fowth Grade MARY BUCHER Thud Goade GRACE L INGHAM Thwd Goade MARY L CALLAHAN Seeond Goade ETH M FRANTZ Second Goade ESTHER S CALLAHAN, Fnst Gzade ADDA L TRUMP, F11 st G1 ade Svhool Secrefaoy HELEN L AYLER Page Sw YQ- . B M A V w,.'-. A . , , , , - , Q S. . 1 . . . , v . 1' . . ' - . , . . ., . . 1 . ' 1 1 . - .T 1. , ' , 'W . . . ' ' 1 - a U . , ' , ' . , . , w . . 1 . , . , ' . , . , F I-I S THE DIAL 1937 The Dial Staff EdLto1 1,71 Chzef MARGARET SMITH Assoczate Edztor MARIE SAVAGE Asszetant Edzfors PEARL BOBBITT CAROLINE ERSKINE HELEN JOHNSON MADELEINE SCHULTHEIS ALDEN SMITH IMOFENE CHANEY Buszness Manager CHARLES HENRICHS Asszstant Busmess Managev s EMMETT COURSEY RICHARD BOND RICHARD MCCUSKER Photogr ahzc Edztors ROBERT ALEXANDER ADDIE MUMMAUGH ELEANOR TRIPLETT MARIE LEIGHT LUCILLE SPEACHT JEAN SMITH Typmg Edztor s MARION GRISWOLD Unclvrclass Editors ELEANOR HEALY Page Seven MARIE GARMAN CATHERINE BUCHER MERIAM MYERS EDITH WALSH ERNESTINE BENSON LOUISE WOODS F I-I S TH E D I A L 1 9 3 7 F R A N K L N H GH S c H 0 0 L F R M T H E A R P ftge E' Za h t , fm 4 41 4 4: 4 4? , . 4 4? 0 . 4? I 4? 4: , 4 4? 4? 4? 4? 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' 1 4 11 43 df '51 1 5 P4111 45 L 4' 1,21 1 5C . l , D 'iw H THF DIAL 1937 Franklin Hugh School c 811157110 I 111 ol' IJIIHCLIOII O Vassar nor ol Yqlt We rust no colltgt SFHIIICIIYCI No collegt name ue 111 But where the :naples shadows Wltli nature s lseautles throng To vxhlch we ralse our song Fhorus Htrt s to tht hlut 1nd crimson Smout then prints ugh I x r float our nnntr Iroudly II1 the shy I et the song IC echo From the moods around And the sound of triumph From the hulls resound And to her halls 111 Autumn Wl1e11 Itax es are red and gold XVQ children come from summer In forest and ln wold And when Ill soccer scrlmmwge You hear our NOICLS rung An llfe 1nd joy run fruly As merrily me sing And now that umter s ox er In morle and play 'lgalll We stand hy her hrlght colors And meet all foes hlce men In sport and play or study Tu spirit is the S'llI1C To do our duty hmvtly And pl1y 1 lkll1I'llI1b g'IlI'IC IV So ID the sturdy forest Wlmere lovelv flowers grow Where oalx and elm and chestnuts Their coohng shadows throw, We'll join 111 thrllhng chorus, Dear guardian of our mmds, That long may wave our banner Beneath the shelterlng pines Page Ten .........-.-.-N.-.-,..N,.v.Q.-.-,-v-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-v-.-.-'A.-v-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-v-.vv-v-.-.-.-.-.-.-v-.-4 I W- 1 -551' A " ' , f . . 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' f ' 2 I I1 74 'V 7 ' ' 4 1 I , t 1 I I I Y 1 1 , 3 7 F I-I S THE DIAL 1937 KENNETH S RYAN Glyndon Maryland General fngl l1 Pl1y 34 Englnsh Play 36 S mor Pl-my 37 Cl1ss Presxdent 11 s uell that ends well RICHARD WHITE MCCUSKER Pnlcesvllle Maryla? f Qu General C155 VICC resident 37 Szunze or Iearnlng 1s of lzttlc use lj lf be not under fhe rlneetlon of good sense MARION LORRAINE GRISWOLD Relsterstown Maryland Commercnl Homeroom Clmatrman 34 Home room Secretary 35 Operetta 36 D1al Staff 37 ll zse to zesolve pafzent to pe1 form ELSIE MAY KNIGHT Relsterstown Maryland Academic C' Varsity Basketball 36 Operetta 36 Class Treasurer 37 Atliletlc Coun c 7 Steadfast zn though! smcere 111 ac ROBERT A ALEXANDER JR Re sterstown Maryla d General , unnor Varsity Football, '34, u Varslty Basketball 335, Varsnty Baseball, '36, Dxal Staff, '37 "He fzlls h1s space wzth deeds " ANNA ROSE ALTVATER 'R Owmgs Malls Maryland Commercml ym Show 34 Homeroom Baske lrxll 35 V'lrsxty Hnslcetball 3 Opcre I1 37 Lzghf of step and hun! was s 4 ELDRIDGE LEROY ARMACOST , Upperco Maryland pq, 11 General li Class Soccer 34 Homeroom Bislcet ba 36 37 F F A Treasurer 37 Athle IC ASSOCIBIIOD 35 36 As he thznkefh 111 hls heart so 18 he 'lei +t.: w HODGES BAKER Maryland General Class Vlce Presldent 36 Student Council 36 Homeroom Chalr man 36 The senet of success 'Ls constancy of purpose CHARLES ROBERT BEASMAN Re sterstown Maryland General Monitor 34 35 Varslty Soccer Gym Show 37 Young fellows will be young fellows VERNA RAWLINGS BELT Boring Maryland Commercial Homeroom Secretary '34, Home room Basketball, '34 '35, '36, Op eretta, '36, MOHIIOI, '37 "Let all fhzngs be done 111 order ' Page Eleven f ' l . 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FHS THE DIAL 1937 DORIS FRANCES BENSON Upperco Maryland Academnc Operetta 36 Semor Play 37 Glrls League 37 Orchestra 37 Her ways arf ways of plcasanl ness and all hu paths arc peace RUTH ERNESTINE BENSON Re sterstown Maryland Commercial Homeroom Chairman 35 Gym Show 35 36 Student Councxl Br ruled by dzlzgenze the 'wrscsl counsellor of them all PEARL BURKHEAD BOBBITT Re sterstown Maryland Acaclemlc Lrbrarxan 37 Glee Club French Club 36 37 Dial Staff Lrarrzzng serves Io brzng foruard the natural powers of the rrurzd RICHARD ROOTE BOND Re sterstown Maryland General Varslty Soccer and Basketball 36 37, Athletic Council, 37 "The plays the thing" CATHERINE LOUISE BUCHER Hampstead, Maryland Commercial Latm Club, '35, Homeroom Secre tary, '37, Dial Staff, '37, Operetta, '37 "ll zth malice toward none and charrty foward all " CORA LANG BURTON Garrison Maryland General Lxbrarxan 34 35 Gym Show 3 Labor conquer s ever ythzrzg VIRGINIA IMOGENE CHANEY Glyndon Maryland General Homeroom Secretary 33 37 French Club 36 37 Girls League 37 Plan more than you can do tlzzu do rt BERT EMMETT COURSEY Plkesvllle Maryland General Class Soccer 34 35 37 Monitor 37 Banker 37 D1a1Sraff The end crouns the worlr GERTRUDE MORGAN CROSS Rexsterstown Maryland Gene ral Monitor 34 Varsity Basketball 36 Girls League 37 'Szlence zs the virtue, or the best quahty of man " HOMER MILTON CULLISON Arcadia, Maryland General oom V1ceCl1alrman, '37, Op eretta, '37 j'E'ueryone excels zn somefhzrzg rn whzch another farls " FI-IS THE DIAL 1937 HELEN FERGUSON DUNCAN Prkesvllle Maryland General Homeroom Secretary 33 34 Mom tor 36 Thr mlldest manner and the gcnflest heart BETTIE FURNER ECKENRODE Plkesvrlle Maryland General Varsrty Basketball 34 36 Gym Show 35 36 37 French Club 36 3 7 Operetta 36 37 Ii zfh muslc always zn her heart CAROLINE CELESTE ERSKINE Glyndon Maryland General Hom eroo m Vice Chairman 33 Gym Show 36 Glee Club 36 37 Dial Sta 37 Eurywhere around her lzcs e beautzes of art IRIS VIRGINIA FRITTS Brlghton Maryland General He that has patzence may compass anythzng BEULAH MARIE GARMAN Re' sterstown, Maryland Academlc Operetta, '36, Semor Play, '37, Stu dent Council, '37, Gym Show, '37 UA merry heart doeth good lzke a medzcurc " 9? .as 'D 'Q 'Wh-f"' 9 Lwf 'luv' is- Page Thrrteen EDGAR LEROY GEIST JR Re sterstown Maryland General Class President 35 VarsntY SOCCPY 36 Varsity Baslcetlrlll 37 Senror Play 37 Play thc game and play fo urn rf NANCY ALLERTON GOODE Plkesvrlle Maryland General Homeroom Basketball 34 French lub 36 Homeroom B1sketb1ll Dozrrq good drsznfcrfsffd good z our trade CHARLES LOUIS HAMMOND "ReLsterstown Maryland General Hom eroo m Chalrman 35 Operetta 36 Varsity Soccer 37 Varsxty Baseball 3 7 Confidence maketh a fzrrn jozlrrda twn for success MARGARET ETHEL HEMLER Rexsterstown Maryland General Monxtor 35 Homeroom Basketb-all Nothzng 18 dzficult to tht braze and fazthful CHARLES HENRICHS Rcxsterstown, Maryland Academrc lub, '34, '35, VZITSIIY Soccer, '36, Senior Play, 337, Dnl Staff, rnazrltam rt before the whole world " FHS THE DIAL 1937 LeROY S HESS Re sterstown, Maryland Commercial Srudem Councrl 34 35 36 Stcadmess 18 tht' fomzdatzon of all wzsdom HELEN IRENE JOHNSON Re sterstown, Maryland Academxc Roman Wedding 35 Student Coun C l rarnan 5 Opercrra 36 37 1311 the outwmd acts we me judge of thf znwrnd thoughts CHARLES J KELLEY Re sterstown, Maryland General H0 that IS slou to angu 1s bzttez than thf mighty MARGARET JANE KELLEY Glyndon Maryland General Glee Club 36 37 Dramaucs 37 There 1s tl pzoper d1gmty to b observed zu the pezfoamauce of every act MARIE LEIGHT Fowblesburg, Maryland Commerclal Gym Show, '35, '36 337, Operetta, '3 , 337, Senior Play 337, nal Staff, '37 'Pcwscveo ance zs more prefuculmg than haste 1 C' fn nm fr 'Y MARTHA ELIZABETH LONG Upperco, Maryland General Homeroom Basketball Cl'1r1stm1s Cantata 36 37 Thoughts mc mzghtzu than stzrngth of hand CHARLOTTE DORIS MECHALSKE Owings M lls Maryland General Gym Show 34 35 Class Basketball Lft thru be no stuff NCES L MOSNER Rester n Maryland ommercxal Presxdent 34 Treasurer omtor 3 P tzcnr-c 18 blttm but Its f mt swcft 5 egg: MATILDA MUMMAUGH Rc sterstown, Maryland General ym Show 34 Englxsh Play 35 Operetta 36 Senlor Play 37 Out of the abzlndfzawv of thr hunt the mouth speakzth MERIAM VIRGINIA MYERS Upperco, Maryland Commercial Glee Club, '37, Dial Staff, '37, Oper I erra, '37 'Snnle and the world smzles wzth you Page Fourteen "A word filly sf ok FHS NORMA GAYLEARD OSBORN Rexsterstown Maryland Commercnal Monitor 35 Class Basketball 36 A merry heart maketh a cheerful eouutenarzce INEZ PAULINE PELTZER Boring, Maryland General Gym Show 34 35 Homeroom Sec retary 35 Class Basketball 37 Joy lb the swect vozcc fha! charms the tar and sight 1 1 IRMA LOU PICKETT Reisterstown, Maryland Academxc Operetta 35 French Club 36 37 Monitor 37 A happy tombmatrorz mirth and medztatzorz ALMA MARJORIE RAVER Upperco, Maryland rf General iv Gym Show 36 Monitor 36 O per etta 36 37 French Club 36 Thfre rs rrzuszc when there lb harmony HELEN RAE RHOTEN " Garrison, Maryland General Homeroom Secretary, '34, '35, G m Show, l34, l35, '36, Christmas Play, p erz is like app es of gold in pictures of silver. THE DIAL 1937 94.1 na ,-Q X X GQ, 1 "Rich in savirr Page Fifteen EARL W RUBY Upperco Maryland Gcner1l Cl'1ss President 34 V'lrSlty SOCCCI' Athletic Assocntion 35 good rmrru zs lrcffrr than gzrdlc of golcl MARIE HAZEL SAVAGE Re sterstown Maryland Academic Glee Club 36 V1rsity Football 36 37 Christmas Pl1y 36 Varsity Basketball 37 T11 torch of fhf mzrrfl lb flu amz of glory ,Jf10lADELE1NE MARIE ,-f SCHULTHEIS Rvlkterstown Maryland Academic e uum Secretary 36 Varsity Basketball 36 Senior Play 3 Operetta 37 Come a rd trzp f J , flfmzc toe JAMES ALDEN SMITH Glyndon Maryland Gener1l Student Co y 15 C al 36 7 uncil 34 35 Varsit B No one lrrows wha! hr run :lo until hc tr ICS T LIZABETH SMITII 1 J s Mills Maryland lf I Academic enior Play, '37g C1 P ass resident, '36g Operetta, '36, '37g Dial Staff, '37. g corrzmorzscrrse, s the greatest only arc." FHS THE DIAL 193 4 EDITH LUCILLE SPEACHT Owmgs Mllls Maryland Commerclal Class Basketball 35 Do Hof df cr Illlfll tom uzow that ulmlz you have 1f 111 your powu to do today EVELYN JANE SPENCE Re sterstown Maryland Commercial The paflz of duly I9 H10 111111 qlory IVAN LeROY SULLIVAN Owings Mllls Maryla Class Basketball 34 35 Operctta 37 Varstty Those who umlf ftwcst lhzngs me maust lo hue lzappzuvss VERNON LINWOOD SULLIVAN Garrlson Maryland General Varsity Basketball 35 36 37 S tor Play 3 7 Varsity Basket 3 6 3 7 Operetta 3 7 Gzmt thzngs are achzevffd by 1-11fh11s1asm SYLVIA LORETTA TILLMAN Relsterstown, Maryland General Gym Show, '35, Monitor, '36 "As a shy, sweet vzolct by the b1ook, she passes wzth a modest look" ELEANOR MAY TRIPLETT Owmgs Malls Maryland Commerclal Secretary 34 Gym Show 34 35 Monitor 35 Class J Basltc ball 35 36 7 Always the same EDITH CECELIA WALSH Relsterstown, Maryland Monitor 34 Operezta Gym Show 37 Thr labors and dr fulfzrs thmugh Tlllllll 141 hm: passrd an pfas my to the Itf'OllC'Cl10ll EVELYN RUTH WATSON Rclsterstown, Maryland General omeroom Baslc tball 34 Home room Secretary 35 Operetta Gym Show 35 36 37 Happznvss has many jlzends HARRY GARFIELD WEAVER JR Upperco, Maryland General Class Presxdent 34 Class Presnclent 35 Student Councll 36 Varsity Baseball 37 Do w1fh mzghl and mam all that you can do PA.IjLINE ELIZABETH ZINK Plkesvllle, Maryland General Monitor, '36, Christmas Program, '36 "Wl1at's well begun 1.5 half done - n I 4 ll ,f- ' ' . 5 I . . 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Page Sixteen H THE DIAL 1937 -1, x The Annals of 37 HE old adsage that the best d1ys of one s llfe 1re his school days IS tsptcmll, true ln the ca e of 37 We entered hlgh school ln 33 1 comp1r1t1vtly l1rgt class of freshmen The go1l 1he1d of us the d1y when we should be proud seniors seemed very f1r awmy However our ye1r of bemg freshnes soon end d ln 1934 we returned to Flullllsllh 1 happy throng of sophomores We dld wur best to !I1'llxL the v1r :ty t11ms but tt mpetltxon w1s too gre1t On the honor Illg 1l'lCl S0011 WL WOLllCl LHYLI OLII' YILIIIIOI' YCHII' Wltll IIS lI1'lI1y 'ICIIVIUCS September 1935 found us lgfllll rt tnterlng FI"'lI1lslll'lS doors e1ger for the responsxbllmts 1nd joys tl11t 1m ut tht -llll1l0I'b We dlvlded into 1c1demlc gLl1CI"1l 1nd commercml students 1nd e1ch went hus XV'ly We elected our cl1ss ofhcers 1nd on Miffll '70 were hosts 1nd hostesses to the seniors gtvmg our p1rty with Q11nt P1tr1cl1 1 the theme udgmg by the lund complxments we received from the seniors S11nt P1tr1cl1 m1y well h1ve been proud of us for everyone s11d we sponsored 1 delightful p1rty We unlors 1ss1sted 1nd tool: part ln both tht operett1 1nd the commencement d1y exercises joyfully for we knew that next Sep member we would be In the lllustrlous pl1ce of the senlors Came September I936' Semors 1t last' However, our joy at re1ch1ng our goal was somewhat dlmmed bv the thought that we would not be students of Franlclln very much longer Now we must do our best to uphold the school tradx txons The first enterprtse that we undertook was the senlor play whtch proved to be a success Soon after the pl1y we elected the Dlal staff, and accepted he responslblllty of edltlng the year book, hoplng to malntsun the hlgh standstrd set by the classes of other years 1937 also found the class represented tn the operetta un the persons of tts best slngers In such ways have passed our tour years of hlgh school We h1ve done our utmost to uphold Franklm tr1d1t1on 1nd now we le1ve, hoping that the school IS a blt better bec1use we have been ln xt 14 5 xx P11111 S4l'1llffllI I . . . 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L. 11- I' 1 ' f 11' I - - 'Q V 3 Q ' 1'111y 11' ' ' ' H THE DIAL 193' Prophecy of the Class of 1937 exciting mall Mr Richard lVlcCusker invites Miss Pearl Bobbltt to b present at a demonstration of his new invention the ublquiscope on Mon day evening une 21 1952 ln Science Hall at the ohns Hopkins University Baltimore Maryland I was delighted to accept his invitation It was quite a pleasant change to go back to Baltimore for a vacation after my duties as a teacher of mathematics at friend Margaret Smith whom I had not seen for a long time although I had been hearing much of her in New York as she was one of the important writers of the day I soon found out that she had received a similar invitation so we flew together to Baltimore In our conversation we recalled with pleasure old days at Franklin and Margaret told me that a few days ago she had received a letter from Verna Belt a famous musician who wrote that she was then preparing for a concert tour of the United States Lucille Speacht was her secretary and busmess manager Verna told her that Helen Rhoten now had a prominent orchestra of her own She added that Furner Eckenrode was successfully practicing medicine in San Francisco That reminded me that Irma Pickett and Imogene Chaney had very important positions as nurses there and Richard Bond was quite a noted specialist who spent part of his time at the ohns Hopkins Hospital We were so interested in our conversation that we landed at Logan Field in Baltnnore before we realized it Doris Benson and Marjorie Raver were there to meet us and went with us to our hotel On the way we learned that Doris was supervisor of English in the senior high schools of Baltimore and had as her as sistant Edith Walsh Marjorie was general superintendent of nurses at the Uni versity Hospltal ln Baltimore Then Doris recalled that she had a message for us from Toot Garman from whose beauty shop she had lust come We had just time enough to dress for dinner after which we all went immediately to Hopk1ns It was nice to see Professor lVlcCusker again who was quite dignified but as friendly as ever And speaking of friendly reminds me of the purpose of his new invention It enabled people to see their friends in any part of the world H explained that by turning a certain switch and by focusing the machme in the proper direction we might see and hear what was going on in any part of the world Before the demonstration actually started we had discovered that some of our other friends were present Marie Savage was there dressed in one of her latest creations since she was then a well known dress designer who spent part of her time in the United States and part in Paris She and ane Kelley, an interior decorator had just returned from Paris aboard the fastest liner of the day Nancy Goode who was a very capable social worker came up to speak to us She told us that she often saw Cora Burton who was one of her colleagues Charles Hen richs and Lee Geist joined our group, and they were interested in the ublquiscope from a busmess point of view, since they were both prominent business men Charles J Kelley was assisting Richard, for they were both electrical engineers Professor lVlcCusker explained to them how the machine worked, then turned on the switch, and there before our eyes was the well known Opera House ID Paris There in the midst of the dazzling spectacle on the stage was Anna Altvater, and Page Twenty F. . S. Q H! ' ' ' : . ' ' ' ' ' e . . Y . . , . . , i 1 .T 1 v .T ' , . Columbia University were over for a few weeks. At the airport I met my old ' 5 I 7 7 ' 7 l ' , ' 7 7 , , J . . l 9 - ' Y! 97 ' ' ' , - . , . Y Y 3 ' 1 9 Y ' I ' ' Y , ' 9 - ' P I-I S TI-IE DIAL 1937 Prophecy of the Class of 1937 cont we held our breath while we heard her smg In the audxence we noticed Madeleine Schulthexs From her conversation between scenes we learned that she was teach mg French ln the Unlted States but was vxsltlng Anna and touring the contlnent during her vacation Then 1s the LlblqLlISCOpC was turned an entxrely different vlew met our eyes This time we saw the Red Cross headquarters ln New Orleans A very efhcxent Red Cross nurse was bandaglng 1 small boy s broken leg Why look' the nurse Thxs time the machine was turned we saw a tall office bulldmg 1n Baltimore and on the fifth floor was the ofhce of 1 blg buslness hrm The ofhce supermten dent was Els1e Knight who has just been conferrmg wxth LeRoy Hess 1 prnvate ecretary to the president of the company In the bookkeeping department were Charlotte Mechalske and Helen Duncan buslly working with figures Not far from Charlotte was Frances Mosner who was stlll her best friend Frances Inez Peltzer Irxs Frxtts and Sylvia Txllman were typmg Their typewrlters however were nolseless qulte dlfferent from the ones they used at Franklin There was still another member of the class of 37 ln this office Addle Mummaugh a certx fied publlc accountant who was busy exammxng the company s books Margaret Smith whispered to me just then that Gertrude Cross was also a certlfied publl accountant and had been do1ng well un thls field The scene then changed to Washlngton and w saw Kenneth Ryan and Evelyn Spence both workmg m the same office They had recelved then- posmons through the ClVll Service and had been promoted quite frequently so we knew that they were well qualified Next we saw another Government office and there was Homer Culllson a promment architect dlscussmg hrs plans for a new govern ment bulldmg That remmded me that Alden Smith was a successful archntect nn New York Next we caught a gllmpse of Mademolselle Helene ohnson greeting several soclety matrons ln her fashlonable beauty salon m Phnladelphxa Whom of our frxends should we see ln the famlllar bank bulldlng of Balt! more? There at the cashlers window was Jack Baker who was busy recelvmg sums of money from the depositors who were waltmg nn lme Around at the other window whom should we see but Fmmett Coursey also workmg there After that we focused the ublqulscope upon the Olymplc games and there we saw Vernon Sullivan among the contestants from the Unlted States Looking around among the spectators we saw Charles Plammond and Ivan Sullivan who had taken time off from thelr baseball playing to v1s1t the games wxth Garfield Weaver, a promment newspaper reporter Agam the scene changed, thls time to the business section of a large city In the various office bulldlngs we saw the following secretaries Merlam Myers, Betty Long, Marie Lexght, Norma Osborn, Catherine Bucher, Marlon Griswold, and Eleanor Trxplett Some of these glrls were takmg dnctatxon from their em Page Twenty one q .J 1 7 C C F . . , -- - , . . . , . was Margaret Hemlerl . . . , . . . ' L K, . I 1 A I A y C I t ' 7 C I C 5 . . . 7 U I I . 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' I , , . 7 1 ' 7 FHS THE DIAL 1931 Prophecy of the Class of 1937 cont ployers some were typlng whxle stlll others were XVOIlxll1g over bool1s On the hrsl floor ue saw a lon row of tele hone oaerators all bus FCCCINID cllls Who b P l- Y g was the fourth gxrl from the other end' Why lt was no one but our old friend Pauline Zlnlx She was uttxn tlarou h a call to a lumber com an for laldrld L P g g P Y 155 Armacost a rural builder and contractor who was MO1'lxlI1 on a new brooder house g on Robert Alexanders poultry farm In another large bulldlng we sam Evelyn Watson seated at the librarian s desl1 1v1n lI1f0I'I'l1'1IlOI1 to her ltt'Ol1S concern g g P mg the latest books Then the scene changed to give us a gllmpse of the beautiful country On a beautiful and fertlle farm vse saw Farl Ruby overseeing the work ers ln hls held The swltch automatically turned off lndleatmg to us that the professlon of all the members of the class of 37 had been disclosed The ubxqunscope was a sun cess and another great sttp tom ards SCICHIIEC advancement had been accompllshrd O Page Twenty two 4 -1 4 'y 1 ' ' - ,1 --' 1- - , , 1. 1 ' 1 1 7 1 +1 ' ' L 1. . , V1 x t , '. 1 1 1 1 1 . 7' ,K C s , 1 flu- 1 - 1 . - , . . . 1 ' 1 ' ' ' . . , V . . 1 . 1 , 1 1 - 1. 1 1 . 1 '1 1 ' '1 ' -1 ' ' '- ' S. 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . 11. . 1 . 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F H S THE DIAL 193 The Wnll To Whoxn It May Concern We the class of One Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty Seven be ng ol sound mind and reahzlng though with the deepest regret that we wxll soon be the dear departed ones do hereby publish our l1st will 'md testament Bequeathed to the unlor Class To the un1ors we bequeath the awe and respect that filled our hearts when we were legally dubbed Sennors Bequeathed to the Sophomore Class To the Sophomores we bequeath the thrill and excitement of becommg un tors and the all important and xmpresslve moment of choosrng the path lead mg to one s future Bequeathed to the Freshman Class To the Freshmen we bequeath the freedom from that somewhat lllnlflflg title Freshle and the pride of assuming that of Sophs Bequeathed to the Seventh Grade To the Seventh Grade we bequeath '1 bool: c1lled How to Conduct Oneself ln the Presence of Cne s Elders Bequeathed to the un1ors Indlvtdually Addle Mutnmaugh s humor to Mary Crudden Anna Altvater s popularlty to ean Smlth Richard McCuslcer s scientific mind to David Osborn and Bosley Waters Pearl Bobbltts and Helen ohnsons places on the honor roll to ean Kagle 'md Cordelia Llppy Norma Osborn s love of fun to Helen Geist and Gordon Broadfoot Merlam Meyer s brown eyes to Mlflalll Fleagle Kenneth Ryan s ablllty to orate to Elmer Thompson and Vernon Raver Verna Belt s dancing abthty to Erma Lee Wnlllatmxs Marlon Griswold s pep to Dorothy Fowble and oynes Beane Inez Peltzers COIHUYB to Mlldred Espey and Dorls Phllhps Charles Hammond s arguments to XIVIHH Larlc and Earl Mallery Doris Benson s good dlsposltlon to Myrtle Heflln and Daphne Duncan Imogene Chaneys stylish clothes to Kathrlne Watts Bernadme Benson an lnllzabeth Botts Marne Lexghts pretty features to Martha Schulthels Irts Frltts and Charlotte Meclmalslces ple'1sant way to Elizabeth Wxrts and Ahne Sllllfh Eldridge Armacostls poclcetful of candy to Earl Trlplett Marte Garmanls nickname to Eleanor Adams and ohn Hem Jane Kelleyls curly hair to Mav Albright Madelelne Schulthels' ablhty to dance to Hedwlg Colofen Gertrude Cross' blushes to Donald Merryman, Norman Koenxg, and Bxlly Carr Charles Beasman's and Emmett Coursey's qutet manner to Yellott Hammond and Robert Watts Caroline Erskme's artlstlc ablhty to Ann Hoen Marjorie Raver's dalntmess to Irene Hoffxnan Page Twenty four -1 . . 1 1 , , . - 1 , 1 s , 3 . 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K . , . .. . . . . , J , . . . . . , 7. . . , . .. . , . . . , , C1 . . , . . . , ,Q . . 1 I t 1 FHS THE DIAL 937 The Will fcont Charles Henrlchs 'nctmg ablllty to ohn Ioclvard Margaret Smlth s personallty to Clara Slade Lee GCISIS and Homer Culllsons posltlons on the varsity teams to oseph Brocato Howard Grlswold ohn Hudgms and Baynard Butler Irma Plcketts laugh to Ruth Yox Ldlth Mcphall and Anna Walters Gxlbert Helen Duncan s modest manner to Betty Grove Charles Kelleys walk home to Marguerlte Alexander Evelyn Watson s and Catherine Bucher s neatness to Louise Lentzner Evelyn Spence s future as a stenographer to Ethel Hemler Betty Alban an Martha Lau Vernon Sullivan s troubles ln Engllsh cl1ss to Fdward Corroum Francis Cor bett Wlllxaxxx Cook and Vernon Ruhy Nancy Goocles sunny dlsposltlon to Dorothy Basler Arlme Hodges and Marjorle Spencer Helen Rhoten s and Ernestme Benson s friendly dlsposmon to Fllzabeth Bow ers and Margaret Baublltz Ivan Sullivan s auburn locks to e1n ohnston Paulme Zxnk s dependabxllty to Betty Brooks 1nd Flleen Grothe Alden Smxths golng to town on the dance floor to E1rl Welsh Charles Ebaugh and Maynard Clark Sylvla Tlllman s shyness to Marne Talbot and Margaret Islaub Robert Alexander s busmess talents to oseph Evans Lucllle Speachts and Eleanor Trlplett s giggles to Dorothy Cox 'md Audrey Kemp ack Baker s voice to Eugene Belt and Danlel Hanna Marle Savages athletic abxlxty to Genevxeve T1llm1n Dorls Krauch and Marlon Lawson Edith Walsh s and Frances Mosner s oblxgxng manner to Vlfglnli Hoff Richard Bond s physique to ack Doenges Edwin Osborns dlgmty to James Sollers Wlllmm Lentzner and Edward Alder Furner Eckenrode s love of music to Frances Nlornmgstar Elsie Knight s smile to Nancy Yeagle Margaret Hemlers mdependence to Cliude Belt Walter Gull Nolan Martin Betty Longs quietness to Roland Klng and Harrison Neuhauser Cora Buttons talkatlveness to Morris Richardson Earl Ruby,s and LeRoy Hess' studlousness to Burley Luckett We, the class of One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Thlrty Seven, fully aware of our actions, do hereby affirm the above to be our last Wlll and Testament To th1s wlll we hereby set our hands and seals on th1s second day of Apr11, 1n the Year of Our Lord, One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Thirty Seven Witnesses: MARIE SAVAGE, PEARL BOBBITT, MARION GRISWOLD Page Tzvvnly five . . ' 1 -P . , . , ' , J ' , . . . . , . . . f , ' c , . Garfield Weaver's mischief making to Philip Watts, Calvin White, and George . , l . v - a ' . . l . , , d I , l I 1 . ,. 1 , L I ' 3 5 ' , . . . . 7 7 , . , . .1 , . .V I . , Q . . , , . 5 5 . ' Y fl ' 57 K Y , . . . , . 7 ' J ' . , . , . , . . ' 7 1 , , I ,Q . . . , . . , . . , . . J . , . V 3 I 7 Y YS ' l 1 ' L n 1. . , . 1 v ' . A . , . , . , . . . , . . , F H S THE DIAL 1937 P1 eszdcnt Vzce P1 eszdmzt Svc: vim y T1 mszu CI Class Advzsms Ml IIIIQ I' leflnol Xllrllll B1 5 Xlln Ight NI IX Xl II I dn ard Alvklllldtl Nlngueutz B ulvr Ilnrothx Bdllllllfl Nlarf. nut Be me Jow nes Belt I laude Belt Lugq nf' Be nson Bern ldlllt' Bolts I lwalwth Bmw Is I lllrlllt th Hloldfuut GOIKIUII llllllli Iam II Bloulu Ile HI I 11 Banu nd Il I I I flnk Mnnwrd fnlufn n Ilednlg 1 ook VS llham fmhett Iwamm Cormunx 1' dnnld Cow Dmothv K Iudden Mars Doenges lack Duncan Daphne- Lbaugh Uharle r. Expos 'Ihldred Lwans Joseph I- le-aglf Mlrnaln Pon ble Ilorothw CLAUDE BELT JEAN SMITH ERMA LEE WILLIAMS JOSEPII EVANS MISS EUBANKS MR BOYLAN, Mlss HUTTENHAUER I I mt He en I Illltlt hem I I Ill XI n r I untold Hon and hlothI Llletlll fume B1-tt! Hannnond S Lllott IIIIIII1 Damml Heflm Nlwrtle III-In Inhn Ilvmler Fthrl Hodges Arhne Ilmn Anne Ilnff N nglnm Iinffnmn Ire nu Hudgnns John Isl :uh Margaret lnhn-xtun Ie ill lx Igle It an In mp Audrey lung Roland Ixuemg Norman I Irlt X IV an Krauch Doris nu Martha an son NISTIOH entznor YI Ilham Ippw C ordeha or kard John uckett Burlew I vntzner I10llISG Vallerx I' arl Page Twenty six IIIIIIIII Nolan NllIl'lIIll ldlth N101 Illllgsfal' 1' ram as Nouhauser Harrnon KISIJOI n Daud Phxlhps Doris Rater N ernnn Rlchardson Morrxs Rubx X 91 non SI hulthels Martha Slade I lam Nnnth Ahne Smith Jean Nolle rs IHIIIFS Nllkllfll Nlauone 'l nllmt Marie 'lhumpxon I+InIer FIIOIIIIFNOYI Quentin 'I Illnmn Gvlwxlou- 'I nplett Farl II alter Annn XI aterx B0sle3 VI arts Ixatherme XI atts Phlllll XX atts Robert XX eleh Larl NX lute Calxm NI Ilhams Erma Lee XI Irt: Lllzabeth X eagle Nam-5 X ov Ruth l . H , ' I 1 ., I . ' I-', , l . I " , .' , , -n- I' ' -g- . -' ',11' I " -, . aj I' , ' he Merrylnan, Donald K d,.Y .1 v . V . . A . ' '- , I . A . , .i A R .,. .' , 1 . ,v I' Av L, Y if -1 .V Q I v .vv 'lv 4' n " . A . ,: ., ' 1, X L., , -z , j .' : . , 1 ' , , .. , . , . , . . v 4 ' I . 1 .'- ' ' I 5 , : , I 1 I ' , I ., 4, .l ., I ' , VI-,V Q . . ' I' ' Hr - , . .--pl , - - .' -s, . .' ' "2 ' .' ' 'v I' "I f '.. '. intl- ', .' 1 ' J: , ' ' , ' Un-', VIL' . . , . z ' u , 1 'z ' ', :j . z , . 1 ' .' , I I " 'a v Y' I v' r , , . V. , V. . -- v - , V v v 4 Y , Y. .' ' ' ' . N - ul- - v . - . V 4 . . A -, I . . . . , Q , . -, . I - L, N " , ,' L . . . -' L " , I ' :, .' j, . L ' , I " . L , j ,, I 'v D l 4 1 Y . ' 1 , , , 1 . I . A -V J 'v FHS TI-II: DIAL 1937 Jumor Write Ups JUST IMAGINE lmleanor Adams not bexng 1n the halls after the bell ring Betty Alban making a disturbance May Albrlght not lovlng flowers l dward Alder gettmg to school before nme o clock Nlarguerlte Alexander walkmg home alone Dorothy Basler wlthout a smlle Margaret Baublltz with curly halr oynes Beane wlthout hls hat Claude Belt being tall and thln Eugene Belt not lovmg muslc f llzabeth Botts not being willing to work I llzabeth Bowers not working on extra projects Gordon Broadfoot bemg sw feet tall oseph Brocato wlthout lm chewing gum Betty Brooks not bemg helpful Baynard Butler talking a great deal Bully Carr W1Il'lOLlt his ablllty to draw Maynard Clark wxth a melancholy dxsposltlon Hedwlg Colofen unable to dance Wllllanla Cook without Charles Kelley FFHHCIS Corbett with all of hrs work hnlshed Edward Corroum not gomg home to lunch Dorothy Cox working every spare moment Mary Crudden not doing her work well ack Doenges wlthout a pleasant volce Daphne Duncan bemg bug and clumsy Charles Ebaugh not asking questlons Nhldred Espey with black hair Joseph Evans bemg untldy Mlflilll Fleagle not being kind and gentle Dorothy Fowble not laughing easlly Helen Geist not bringing us flowers George Gilbert getting to school every mornmg on tlme Walter Gull working to his utmost abxllty Howard Grlswold taking life seriously flleen Grothe not hclpmg the teachers Betty Grove not reading a library book every week Yellott Hammond without an automobile Daniel Hanna not havmg a cheerful good morning tor Myrtle Heflln not talking about her early Southern home John Hem not sclhng the Saturday Evening Post Ethel Hemler not talklng about the twins Arlme Hodges without pretty brown eyes Anne Hoen not being modest and retiring VIfglHlH Hoff not bringing costumes from St Thomas Irene Hoffman without her halr carefully curled Page Tzuen ty seven everyone i . - b I . . . - ' 5 K -W , L 1 D l K ' Bernadine Benson-not attractively dressed. K K it - C K K 1 A L ' I C C i I L C I- -I A K l ' 4 K I - , . K K. K C iv' . I I 'T 1 I C - 1 it I K ' K' P x x C iw-4 7- K I I ' Wt ' fl ' V1 ' i C. I K 1 x FI-IS THE DIAL 1937 .lunuor Wrute Ups cont JUST IMAGINE John Hudglns not wllllng to do hls part tn all projects Margaret Islaub being nolsy ean ohnston not playing the saxaphone ean Kagle without Doris Krauch Audrey Kemp not ln a good humor Roland King without his nice smlle Norman Koenig wlthout his plnk cheeks Doris Krauch without ean Kagle V1v1an Lark not bemg able to glve floor talks Martha Lau not working durlng study perlods Marlon Lawson not makmg the basketball team Loulse Lentzner vuthout her school books well covered Wllllanxa Lentrner wxllmg to give an oral report Cordelia Lxppy without her vxolln ohn Lockard not reading a good book Burley Luckett leaving Franklin for good Earl Mallery without an excuse Nolan Martin growing up Edith Mcphall without her Scottish accent Donald Nlerryman not tormentmg the g1rls Frances Morningstar not belng able to sing Harrison Neuhauser mlsbehavmg m class perlods Davld Osborn not being dtgnlfled Dorxs PhllllpS not bemg a good history student Vernon Raver WIITIOUI hls curly hair Morris Richardson taking an early bus to school Vernon Ruby not wanting to go to the library Martlaa Schulthels falling French Clara Slade not being cooperatlve Alme Smlth without her unassumlng manner ean Sllllth wlthout her dramatic ablllty ames Sollers not being dependable Marjorle Spencer very far away from Edith Mcphall Marle Talbot not working consclentlously Elmer Thompson being frivolous Q D Thompson without hls southern accent Genevieve Tillman not going out for all the sports Earl Trxplett not wastlng time Anna Walter not taking charge of homeroom exercises Bosley Waters WlIl1OLlI teasmg his friends Katherine Watts not being courteous Phxllp Watts being unwilling to work on stage scenery Robert Watts keeplng stxll Earl Walsh not playlng a truck on someone Calvln Whlte sxttmg stlll an entlre period Erma Lee Wllllalns not passing ln neat work ln English Elnzabeth Wzrts llkxng to read composltlons before the class Nancy Yeagle unable to gxve mterestmg floor talks Ruth Yox not making the vars1ty teams Page Twenty e1ght J J -Thr' J -gn ' g5'.JTf J fjf Jr. rl . . F I-I S THE DIAL 1937 P1 eszdent Vwe P1 eszdent Secretary Treasurer Class Advzsers Allen Pleamor ArIIIacowt Raymond Bnrstou !'hrIstIne Belt Harrv Blnnk XIYIBYI Black BenmIIIIII Bolte Nernon Bosltv hnrlnnd Bouerwovc Cordon Broadfoot 0lIn Brathuhn Ninn Bmvxn Robert Brown Roland Burnham Geneuexe Burton Fxelsn Butler Ingreet 1' ampbell Jane from Dorothy furfnvan Fxelvn Del llblks XX alter llvcon FdIth Dune In kdm-In l' lmugh Lllzabeth I' lm-road Jeanette Forman l' rederuk l-Iunk John I Inssle Llxrk Class of 1939 Ol! HGH IeeII hrs PII HARRY tDocJ SLADE SEABOLD, MISS Allll I xl1k'lllldP I han le NOTIIIII hrlxuold Chaule lnothe NIIN More lawrence Ilnnunond YYIIIVIIII lhals Eleanor Ylomer Rmmond I-leuex Helen llenltt Sarn Hunt John Isenock Frnneu lohnQton Rohert Kern Charlee lxoemg Harm Korman Nhldred nne Kathryn I IXXSUH Bettxe eppn Dorothx ong Dorn I nose BIBTIBI1 Nlnrkes XY llllam Nlechakke Tune Nlechalxke 7elnIa Page Twenty mne HARRY WILLIAMS PHYLLIS WAGNER ELIOT POTTER PYLE, MISS WISNER Nnxlnr Fu-II ll Isler it I l' IlII ev klllhl XII luhletts Xltrtle Iple III ll Ix I ottel l' t Pvle IIIIIIN Rhmlts Glaulw Rothe Robert S4 hlllldt llllldfl Snnth Dorn SIIIIth John Slllllh Ru'-Qell Xlarx Fllen Nlargnret Charles Helen Tramor lwther NX nddell XX agner XX heeler Xl Illl IIII'-I W llllFIlI'lQ XxJllllll'lR 5l2llllDgi Sulln IIII Tun nev Tmltler Neva Phxlh: Ahee Harry Klan Ylola Wllsnn Hester XYIlson Rlcharrl lmk Robmta ' ...,.....,,,......., MR. Albright, Robert Kleieelmnn, Rlarzaretha Mowbray, Haunilton , I ti I .' ,' , I ' ,' , . , GH , I ' OII , l'1l'P J ', ' I fl' , ' ' -s I I ', ' . h v I , b. A , , , " 'J ' ' , ' ' s Pol I' . I 'ill - , f ' ' ' , . I A' ' '. Ilio , ' ' , I ' . , ' '-' .' 1 , ' , P 'I A-H l ' - - . I ' ft , I " ' kv . . -' ' I' ' , V A . .v . , , I' ' ' , I . . w , ' , 1 .' - , ' ' I f I A . ' ' ' . I ' . It " ' II j . - 'I , I ' II , ,' . I , I 'I II , W .2 -. .' I - , " I .' , . I -. I . , - , " ' I - . Y 1 -, I -- . . ' ' , I - : , I ' A -' I ' iz " , ' z 1 'I ' Class of 1940 Presrdeng JOHN MOWBRAY Vzcc P1 esedmzt STURMAN WHITE Sggpetqry Louisa Wooos Treasurcr CHARLES KNIGHT Class Advrsms Miss TIPTON, Miss PARSONS, Miss PRATT Xdarrrs luey Xdrrns Rrlph Albert I-dna Arbangh Jeanne Arrnaeost Plnood Hr er l'red Range Nlrldred Barstow Hard BaulrlrtL 'llrlelred Beek Helen Benson Audrey Benson Gilbert Benson Ruth lxrauch Donald lane Flrzaheth lrarrnrrore, Joseph au, Jackson eeson, Opal ehrl. NVillianr ips Bernard ips, Fmily ong, Esther Me-Phail, Barbara Mann Dale Mann Mary Mather, Ceorge Meekins, Thelma. Bertse-h, Herbert Black Adele Blayloe-k, 7elma Bosley Charles Bossorn Jaek Bowling, June Bratlruhn, Wilson Brown Donald Brown Eleanor Brown Genevieve Bucher Frances Bue-knran Iillian Burhurst, NVilliarn Carr XVi1liam Caughy George Chrrsthlrf Isabelle onauan Atlee Pr nr orbett lohn ronlralelt Bessie nrrrrrrrglrurn lolrn ll.-rrlrng Donald Dans Dorothy Daxrs Helen 'Slerrynran Dosalre Meyers Ieonard 'lleyers Ruth 'tloland Charles Moltz Dorothy Monhras John Murk, Mildred Myers, Alvah Myers, Jesse Nelson, Jae-que-line Neuhanser Yietor Neuhauser. Yona Osborn Hazel Owings, Marion Palmer, Roland Phillips, Caroline Pohlrnarr, Llizalreth Reese lean Reitz, Mable Reter, Hazel Robinson. Flarenee Rogers Andrey Qadofsky l'l'3llkllYl Qasseer, John Ye-haible, XVesley Dempster Ryland De-nbell Virginia DeW ese, John Dirzuweit Radcliffe Doenges, John Dorsey, Evelyn Daugherty Dolores hast Josephine 1- .-rst Ixoserrnn x l' lse ro rel Dorothy Prrsor Rodger lfaelelx Curtis li Jarr s l'ox llarrx Fox Rachael Prederrele rrgaret a rrsh Pre l ax Winston ersellrran Xlrllrert erst Robert lttere leurs flower Esther oode Edgar 'rirrrrn, Kenneth l'l'nrna, Russell lie-htnitt, Elsie Sr-hnltheis, Raymond Seaton. f'larene'e Shaneybrook Alfred Qhaneybrook lerrrai Shaneylrrook, Morris Qlrarrer, Raymond Qinrrrrorrds lfr-rnk Qlade, John Small, John Srrrall, I illian Srrrith, James Srrrith. Nornnrn Qrrryth. Margare' Qprinkle, kewl Stallings, Allen Starrslie-ld. Mildred Qrrllivan, Williarrrr Terrrpleton, Burtine Te-nney Corn Tenney, Ernest Terry, Cecelia Terry, Martha Thornpson. Ke nneth Tracey Quintin Page Thirty H0 Tratey Walter Harden Xlue llarrnorr R rr rrye x let s rn Xrrgrrr a t'llllf'l Ile tll nrtt l' llrpplr Ra nh llrtelrtoele John Hoff Herbert HK!flllPlKttT lfyelyn Hollrngsnerrth Jesse lloltz llonard Honard Eduard Honarel lame: Hughes, Everett Islaulr, levering Kalb, Bernard Keller, Louise Kelley, Ianres King, Annabelle Knight Charles Knott, Heil Trager, P Troyer, Joseph Ilhler, Doris XX alsh, Fthel XValter, Billy XVarrrer, Homer XVeiss, XVarren Vl'heeler. Virginia Vi hite, Marion NVhite-, Qurman NYhitele-y. Mary Ade-l XViley, Kathleen Vl'iley Vl'ilbur Vlfilliams Bertha XVilliarrrs Helen XVlillianrs, Kenneth XVitte Frederiek Wooden, Rebecca XVoods Louise B I , ,V A ,., 1 -i - Y 3 . J. I. . - h, . . ' I 2 1 I' . ' A-"'2 . " .' -1.."' Albam, Mary Uonaway, Charlotte Ensor, Manrree- Hare, Doris l --, I Fool. ": eis I .' ', r-' , egl ald . v . , q' . ' , ' lla "-r,', . vis ' -' . I ' 1" ' . "."' Fisr-r re-.' lle' , ' i' .km . I U - V . - .. H .Q .1. ' A ' - ' , ' , Ile " Ili .R v, ' - .' M. - - b -. lr 1- , - . ,' , .' 'r G- " . . - l s . .' A .' '. 1 ' G . Y' ' ' - 3' .' . , V . , ' - ' . G ' , . ' ' . " ' ' if 1 L - ' 1 'IA L 1 z lr 1' ' l, , . ' N Ir , X A L , lr V I . 1 V 1 1 ' 2 . aul 1 N ' r V ' rr ' 1 Y I Y 1 I J . r . r , T t ,Y A ' Y L Y Y I 1 I L1 J A Y , 1 I V A 1 , , e ' 1 Y V i Q l Y V I V v 4 i r r . , r - , , r r F I-I S THE DIAL 1937 alexander marv anderson harrlet barnett edxxard baublxtz nuholas belt amos beltz margaret Jxne blank donald hhuard darrell brooks alue hurnham Jane Qandler Jack role eugene colofen agnes cook peggv fullmon edxxard culhson exelyn munmngham mary murtls ada. dempnter emily doxe kenneth duman gene emkhardt nat eekhardt nelhe ensor adele enion laxxrenee EHQOI' UIBYIB frank helen frey florence fuss dorothy gannnn edxxald gent xvllham george dale glll 1 harlc Q glll mxldred glen lu n mary gnol h maxme gm e harold green alma gulln xx xdore halnee mollle hall hoxx ard harford ellford harte roxx lmber dorm Johnson anna mhnston edxxard kung donald kung IYIBYIOTIP lxormxn fred lmham loretta hppx gladys loxe alice lux kenbaugh hex bert nueaulfxy helen manger thomas marlxex ruth IIlilSllIl0!'9 lerov nuller elizabeth moener annabelle mummaugh ruth naylor dorms naxlor vera norfolk evelyn oshorn helen oshorn mary Jane Page Thzrty one oxxmg dorothea pear on lx nnlton mndall done rappoldt urx ln raxxlmgx maxx sc llulthem robert sm hulu 1 harles si hult7 earl sentl ednth Khreexe xx llhur slaxen bl ur snnth rlmton spencer flllle' sprinkle 10hn stexx ut heatlu e talbelt lows taxx nex ear tlllkltl' allu- txnlxl r daxld inn ex harxex tlegoe gux uhlel xx llllam utL exelx n x lneett mary xx alee Jeanne xx alk John xxeaxer xxllton xx hntehead 1ames xx ulhelm sh: rley xx llSOH arthur x ov harx ev zlegler, aylx ester Seventh Grade brown: albert hanlmond, hardy , eheeley, xvllliam F.1-Ls. THE DIAL 1937 n n L The Senior Play Green Stockings the play whxch the semors presented on November Z0 and Z1 ns a comedy by A E W Mason It IS based on an old Engllsh custom that xf a younger slster gets marrned hrst the older sxster must wear green stoclcmgs to the wedding Celxa has worn them twice already and ns about to wear them for the third tlme To escape thls embarrassmg sxtuatnon she mvents an lmagmary Flance Colonel ohn Smith to whom she wrltes letters and addresses them to Samolxland To her surprlse he actually appears and a real love affanr develops between them It IS never necessary for her to wear another pau' of green stock mgs An able cast gave the play two COHSCCUIIVC mghts A large measure of the plays success was due to the assxstance and coachmg of the class advnsers Mlss Anna Meeks Miss Margaret Hannum and Mr Arthur Colburn CAST Ceha Faraday Colonel John Smith Phyllis Faraday Hon Robert Tarver Mrs Chlsholm Faraday Admiral Grxce Madge Roclcmgham Evelyn Trenchard Mr Steele Mr Ralelgh Martha Mr Wllllam Faraday Page Thu ty two Margaret S1-mth Rlchard Bond Madeleine Schulthels Kenneth Ryan Addle Mummaugh Marte Lelght Doris Benson Vernon Sulllvan R1chard McCusker Marne Garman Charles Henrlchs . u f 4 H - ' 9 , . . . . 7 . . . . . . . U. ,, . . ' a 1 ,I 3 ' 1 , . . . . 7 7 7 ' ' ' ' ,,,,,, ,,,t,, t,,,t,,tttt,t , t,tt,rr,,, r,t, , , , Lee Geist F. H. S. THE DIAL 1937 The Operetta Miss Cherryblossom a gay colorful and melodlous musical comedy was presented on Aprll 9 by the Glee Club under the dlrectlon of Miss Martha Tovell and Mlss Ellen Gray Strlkmg and elaborate costumes beautiful stage settmgs and a delightful muslcal score made a most charmlng operetta At the rlse of the curtam one was transported to a tea garden ln old Japan plcturesque wlth the blossommg cherry trees An American glrl Evelyn Barnes was born ln apan Her parents dled of fever and she was ralsed as a Geisha glrl by her foster father Kokemo who IS apanese Worthlngton her father s secrc tary who has been usmg her property for his own gains returns to apan on hls yacht wlth a group of young Amerlcan frlends One of them ohn Henry Smlth falls 1n love with Cherry and wlshes to marry her but Kokemo has plans for her to marry Togo a rlch polmcnan The actlon of the story centers around aclcs efforts to outwlt these two and wm the gurl he loves In the end Cherry learns her true xdentlty comes into her property marries ack and all ends happxly The school orchestra accompanied the performance The talent of the cast of prlnclpals was exhibited to perfectlon and the :Jper etta recelved enthuslastlc aCCl3lm THE CAST Kolcemo Ivan Sulllvan Togo Lawrence Gore Cherryblossom can Smith esslca Anna Altvater Harry ack Doenges Worthlngton John Loclcard Young Roland Brown Page Thzrty three I . J ' . i , . . , . n , , -I 1 I n , .- ' . . . ' J . 1 n Q . , .I , 3 . . . . v' I . J , . . , . I , . J , . I WTAiff..fffffffffsffTfffffffffifffffffffffffffiff 4,.c J ' gacle ,,...,7,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,7,.....s,,,..,7,..,,,,,,..,..,.,...,,,,,,,,.....,.,,.... Jack Baker , eeesesseeseaeseessaeeeeseseeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeaeeeesseseeeseeseeessewss 1 H THL DIAL 1937 The JUDIOI' SCDIOI' PTOIT! Q stoo N lfll OUT lW1Clxb towwrr IIN. lI1V1I'lllOl1 1 I1 I I GUI' 11111 ind finwlly dlbroverccl thwt me XRLFL IIIXIIL tu 1 prom Ill our hum r Of cours' everything wis haclxw1rC1 Xvhy not' We were gwmg unto 1 Ioolemg glwss ind l we seniors nut Alice thc Nhrch Hire Ih6 Mad Hitfef, the DUCIICSS 'llld IIIL OIIILI' f3l11OLlb eh'1I'iCU.I'b A lqrge heart opened mto what xx 15 mdeed a fwlryland whose mzglc soon c veloped ui Then down, down through the rabbit hole we trivcled where dc IICIOLIS I'CfI'6Sl1l119I1tS '1M'llfCd LIS T118 H19 OIIC of IN. 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H , D. 4: V. 7 .' 'T' ,' 'Q Y' '- F H S THE DIAL 1937 The Orchestra No school IS complete wlthout 1ts orchestra' Thls year to the satlsfactxon of all the Franlclln orchestra was enlarged and reorganlzed under the chrectlon of Mlss Martha Tovell The student body wlthout an orchestra last year was especlally appreclatxve of the work done thxs year and has watched wlth prlcle the growth of the new orgamzatlon Composed of the schools finest talent lf has enlisted the cooperatxon of members of the faculty who play muslcal Instruments and has even enrlched nts programs wlth talent from groups outslde the school In accompanymg the operetta performance nn playing for assembhes and m par uclpatxng ln other entertamments lt has fully demonstrated IIS sk1ll and has taken a promment place ln the school act1v1t1es cc Q n Page Thnty five l w ' 7 7 - Q a . . , . ' 1 1 1 ' 1 F. H. S. THE DIAL 1937 The Student Council One of the most lmportant of the school orgamzatxons IS the Student Councxl Thls body IS made up of the homeroom chairman and the representatlve from each homeroom and a member of the faculty The meetmgs of the Student Coun c1l are held once a month School problems are discussed and taken back to the homerooms as well as brought to the Student Councll from the homerooms The duty of thus body IS to create a better understandmg between the faculty and the students It strlves m all ways to lmprove school condltxons for the benefit of the students The officers for the year are President Claude Belt Vlce president Elsle Kmght Treasurer ohn Mov bray Faculty Advlser Mr C W Seabold Q 1 Page Thu ty sm: l 9 - ' Secretary ,,,ttt,,tt,,t,,,tt , , ...,,,,,,.,,t.,,,,tt,,,,t,tt,t,,,t,,tt,t,,,,.tt ,Helen I-Iewes ll 7 H THE DIAI 1937 The Athletnc Council The Athlet1c CTOLIFICIT IS an organization conslsung ot the ofhcers of the Boys and Girls Athlenc IAKSSOCIZIUOIIS the coaches the school treasurer and faculty ad v1sers This body directs the athletic actxvltles of the school The council arranges games wlth other schools glvcs awards handles lll athletxc problems assumes the plannmg of the school s athletic budget and emourages mterest xn athletnc actlvn ues and good sportsmanship ID all undertalxlngs T me ofhcers ot tht Council arc Presldent Mr Seabold Vxce presldcnt Vernon SLITTIVTI1 Secretary fls1e Kmght Treasurer Claude Belt The Athletic Association The Boys and Girls Athlete Assoclatlons Ire organized to lII'l1I1t1II'l good wlll and sportsmanship ln the student body V1flOLlS commlttees are formed t assist ln promotmg thus spxrlt of fellowslmp These assoclatlons ponsor the school dances and partves so enjoyed by the student body Thr ofhcers for rhe year are IS to lows BOYS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President Vernon Sullivan VICE president Homer CUTTISOH Secretary Rlchard Bond Treasurer Claude Belt GIRLS ATI-ILFTIC ASSOCIATION Presldent EITSIE Knight Secretary Eleanor Adams Treasurer Helen I-Iewes 1111114 Ilzzffy sez fl v-.-v-v-v-.f.-v-v-.-.A.+v-v-4-v-v-v-v-v-.-.-v-.-v-.-v-.-.-v-vev-v-.-.-v-v-v-v-.-v-v-'Av-.-.-v-v-v-v-.,-.-.+.-.-.-.-.+.-vA.-V-v-.-v-v-'Av-v-'tv-v-Av-v-v-ve.-.-4 . . - K K , t 4 Q I ' 1 , ' r , ' Q . , , 1 . ' I 1 ' T. T T su I - A . C l K . ' , , K K Q, K . : K t , K " T -1 k T T g l L T: C K ' 1 s K 1 C T 5 . l 5 f . K ': . . K - - K T I - L s L A 1. K ' K K ' . K 5 K o 1 . t -. . 4 5 l 1 : , t . . K K K 9 . . . , . 5 w H THF DIAL 937 Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Tct NOX Nlqv 9 The Atlmletuc Calendar 093619371 Tae girls fleldlnall practices started Most ol the material was new ut pI'O1TllS1Ylg T16 hoys started SOCCCI' PI'3CtlCC Ab0Llt twenty hve turned OLlt 'Ill of vw mom had athletic ablllty T ae ost boys had thelr first practlce game wlth Westmxmlnster at home They the game 6 0 rl me fxrst league games of the season were played wltla CZitOI1SXlll6 home The boys lost thexr game Z 0 the glrls lost 73 l The second league games were played with Qparles an ay The hoys tled their game 7 lout the girls lost 37 Towson VlSltCCl lranlelm for the third league game of the season The TQBXNSCDII 1 Pifty 'lltll' tlle billll. We played the fourth league games away with qparrovss lomt Tae loys lost tae game 30 tae girls lost l4 8 Iln faith and last league games were playe mth lxernsoo at home Tu boys lost the game 1 0 the gurls lo t 0 5 The boys played thelr last game of the season wmth Westnwalxaster thelr ground Franlelm non 6 5 beating the Carroll County cham IDIOHS D055 SOCCCI' tE'il1 Goal Rrghr Fullbacle Left Fullhacle Rrglmt Halfbacle lefr l-lalfloacle C enter Halfbacle Center Fornarcl Left OLltSld6 Rnglmt Outsnde Rnght Ins1cle Left Insnde Manager 1 IS BS follows Page Thu 'y mght H Culhson W Lentzner D Hanna M Mann Brocato L Gersr lCapr N Koemg C Belt D Bond R Rothe '-larmon H Grnswold F. . S. ' Q l . . I9 l A T . t V ' ' . ' . . . V . ' ln ' ' . . Z1 l ' . ' - , . vl . . . ' . 30 l 4 ' . 'A ' . ' l - . . 9 'l . ' . ' ' 'A at . 16 ' . H . ' ' . ' " c . . '. . ' J ' 'A Y. , 2--, 4 .' J ..-3. . Z2 ' 5 . 'A ' 4 . . ' . lwoys tied the score 4'4. hut the girls were the victors 12-8. We gave Q . 10 ' . - S. 2 v. 3 . '. V . ,. 7 ' . l Q 1 5 : l Y. ' - . l X 1' 5 .' - . f. 6 T r A . . . : .'d " 'D ' d. . l f ' - 1. e , - 1' . s 2 - . . . 13 ' ' . ' V ., Y. f . " ' , , on V s. . ' ' ' - , . ' f ,. - ' R. 1 F H S THE DIAL 1931 1 Readmg fxom top to bottom Boys' Soccel, Basketball, and Baseball Page Thuty mne -liii, A .f H THE DIAL 193 The Athletic Calendar cont g1rls latlclball team IS as follows Goal B Brooks R1gl1t Fullhacls G Tllllllill Lett Iaullbaclc M MUlllI1lX Center Halfbaclt M Lawson R1gl1t Halrbaclt I Nay or Left Halfbaclc I Curlman Rxght W1ng M Savage R1gl1t I11s1cle Y Adams Center I Chrxstlnlt Iefr Il1Sld8 R X UK I efr W111g D lxrautlm M111 agtr Sm1r1 As soon as soccer and Geldl all stason clostc the gnls 111 hots slntt a lscthall pratncc wlth much 7est Dec 8 '11 'I a Jan The hrst g1rls pracnce game YN as played mth Foust Park 111 the r gym I'l'lSlUII1 The flrst and second tea1ns plated and were deflated 46 I0 356 The boxs played Il1ClI' th1rd pract1ct game at home w1th Hampstead They won 77 13 Tht hots won thur ETSI tague game away with Qplrlss Tlu score was 74 17 'I he gltls hrst team w as defeated by Notre Dame on the1r home court The score was 79 8 but the second team won 16 13 The hoys second game w as played away w1th Sparrows Pomt Thev were defeated 28 9 Blum Rldge College defeated the glrls 37 13 on thelr Hoor The boys lost to Kenwood on the1r home COLIII Fl L scoxc was 77 6 The fourth boys league game w1th Towson vt as played on the Towson Hoor Our team lost the game 30 76 The g1rls played Ellicott Clty away and were defeated 26 71 The boys and glrls played the next games at C1IOI1SVlllC The g1rls lost 47 3 and the boys lost 76 70 I ugz P orfzf flmf' A.,.....,.. - ..................................r....... , .,.v. V .,.,. Y ' C -5 A - 7 7 7.71 . ' . 'c. q . 1 w. fl. : d -d lxs- 51.11. 8 - j. ' " 5 ln . - . '. V . 1 - 5 '. ' Jan. ll r' ' , r '. . ' . ' . Jan. 13 T '. . x V x ' . V jan. I5 - ' . . ' : -- ' . .1 1 ' -. ' 15 -1 Q -2 . 1.11. 20 -' . A - 1. 1 . Jan. 26 ' ' ' . -.. . . Z9 A 7 . . .. 7 . A I-I.S. TI-IE DIAL 1937 Readmg f1om top to bottom Athletlc Qouncll Guls Fleldball and Basketball Page Fozfy om, - 'T " I V f , Q.. 4 ... . . . . , . ,. l 1, . W . , , , . . .4 , FHS THE DIAL 1937 Fe Few 11 a Few Fen L Atlaletnc Calendar cont The boys and girls teams played Sparks on Franlelrn s floor The glrls lost 48 1 and the boys won 35 16 After the game Sparlss was given a party The grrls played the Alumnae home and were defeated 19 18 On thls date. Annapolis Hlgll Sehool was X1CtOI'1OLIS oxer the boys 35 14 Both the girls and boys were defeated at Towson The girls score was The boys Varsxty played the Freshman Varsxty of State Teachers Col lege at Towson umnmg 31 73 Qur hoys and gxrls played Sparrosss Pomt on thexr home court ln me xx ere not vlctorlous The glrls lost 43 10 and the boys lost 47 23 The last league games were played at Kenwood Hxgla School but both of our reams lost The gwls lost 34 5 and the boys lost 77 13 The boys baslsctball team 15 as follows Form ard H fullxson Capt 1 Ge sr Domges D Bon Guards V Sullivan Brocaro Baker Cemers A S rxau rh j Hudgms The gurls laaslsetlnall mm IS as fOllOXkS Forwards M wlms r Knight D Krauch Guards M savage li Bdffs M Mdllmlx Centers E Adams M Larsson L Naylor Although VNC were not the XVIDDCTS of the l8L1I'Cl WI'C'1Ill 111 CVCFY g3l1I6 that was played If has been proven that good SpO!'IS1l13I1Shlp and all that rt s1gnrf1es mas made this year of athletlcs a successful one GQ xr Page Forty two h. 5 .' . A " 1 . " ' . " l. 10 ' .' . s . ' . - . 4 H1. 12 ' . ' ' a. . ' . ' 1 , 39-14, and the boys, was 22-17. l. 17 " A a . A . , - l. 19 . 4 s . . f ' ' , ut F-h, 26 T . . Q 'f . , ' ' 4 , FHS TI-IE DIAL 193 The Whereabouts of the Class of 1936 ohn O Cockey Dlckenson College Martha Healy Hood College Vlrglnla Wooden Western Maryland College Ruth Shreeve Maryland Institute Ethel Alban State Teachers College Bernice Arbaugh Marrled Mrs Samuel Belt Edith Bam Baltimore Business College Harry Barnett Working Relsterstown S1n1t1ry Store Melville Beasman Working Relsterstown Sanitary Store Franklm Beck Home Robert Belt Baltlmore Branch of University ot Maryland erome Benedict Buslness College Henry Berge Baltimore Buslness College Alfred Bertsch Farming at home Kenneth Bollinger Western Maryland College Margaret Bollinger Married Mrs Donald Poe Ruth Bolte Worklng Mlller Bryant 66 Pierce Stationery o Charlotte Bottom Home Dorothy Bowen Tralmng Church Home Infirmary Evans Bowersox Worklng Amerlcan Store P1kesv1lle Thomas Brathuhn Farming at home Norma Brooks Working Dr Doyle Wllllalh Brooks Unlverslty of Maryland Samuel Brown Worklng Inez Bull Western Maryland College Charles Burnham Franklm Day School Douglas Campbell St ames Prep School Marian Caples Worklng Norma Caple State Teachers College ames Carpenter Worklng Maryland Casualty Co Wllbert Chenowlth Work1ng Hochschlld Kohn Hllda Cohn Worklng Hochschlld Kohn Emory Collms Workxng Vlrgmla Collms UHIVCFSIIY of Chlcago ack Corrlgan Worklng Leonore Debaugh Married Mrs Raymond M1nnD Homer Elseroad Western Maryland College Ruth ESSlg Worklng C 66 P Telephone Co anet Faustman Strayers Business College Robert Finnegan Work1ng A 66 P Store, Plkesvllle Margarulte Frank Worklng Maryland Casualty Co Ellen Fromm Baltimore Buslness College Anna Garman State Teachers, College Weston Gilbert Worklng Morgan Mlll Works Wllllam Goede Working Hochschlld, Kohn Ruth Goode Tralnnng fChurch Home Innrmaryj Jay Gore Western Maryland College Clara Green Home Donald Hobbs Worklng Emory Hoffman Worklng QEssex Dairy Farmj Page For ty thi ee J . -' ff Lf- 1 L .4. , .g - .V . b 1 M'-A r 'nl rc. - m - 'fr ' ' Ca - "4 1 - jr ' ,' 'Q .. 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"J p' f 'gr .1 'i If ' m .. -'ml . , FI-IS TI-IE DIAL 1931 The Whereabouts of the Class of 1936 cont Anne Holllngsworth Home Richard Hubbard ohns Hopkins Charles Humphrxes Baltimore School of Commerce Donald Humphrles Western Maryland College Gover ohnson Working Mildred Keesecker Eaton and Burnett Business College Helen Kemp Home Harry Lau Working Y M C A Nnghr School Ruthetta Llppy Western Maryland College Robert L1ps Unxverslty of Maryland Larle Long Working Black 86 Deckers Hazel Lovell Home Myrtle Markey Home Earl Mayer Working Patrlcla McCreedy Maryland Instltute oseph McCusker Working Geraldine McGu1re Baltimore Busmess College Frances Merkel Workmg Mr George Coleman Nelson Mxles Radio School Frank Moser Working A Bl P Store Reusterstown Anna Nash Home Gwyneth Naylor Worklnmg Montgomery Ward Mabel Pahl Home Roland Plttenger Working Garland Pobletts Working lsamtary Store Annabelle Poe Tralnlng Church Home Infirmary Ruth Price Workmg Hampstead Drug Store Melissa Pyle St Mary s Female Seminary Evelyn Rawlings Home Edn1Rxchardson Home Eugene Royston Working Green Sprlng Valley Hunt Club Grace Schmitt Tralnlng Maryland General Hospital Hllda Schmldt Workmg Montgomery Ward Margaret Schreck Married Mrs ack Sulllvan Alvm Shaffer Worklng Mary Shaneybrook Home Elizabeth Small Strayer's Busmess College Eleanore Smith Home Arthur Southard Home Vlrgle Swem Home Gordon Tmkler Worklng fplumberl Louise Traband State Teachers' College Lona Waddell Worklng Robert Walker Farmmg at home Elyse Walters Worklng fC Bl P Telephone Col Bradley Wells Workmg Beatrlce Whnte Home James WIISOH Home Ted Wilson Farming at home Laura Wlrts Workmg Page Forty four . 1-fr . .J In . ' i 'r 1 1 a .3 3 , R . l.-1. , - '1. . ,' m - 'r J i . K. x - "1 m .-.- l l,l . l ' f 'r ' l .- Nc ., ' r- 'f m I -j 1 .J 'Q ADVERTISEMENTS .CD- 'E'n'u'-'n '-'u'u'n'u'r Coclcrell Owens Chevrolet Co SAM 5 fCHEVROLETf SI RVICI THRU SERVICE WE GROW REISTERSTOWN MD GENERAL REPAIRS PARTS AND ACCESSORIES PgF 1 I 518 Reisterstown Road Phone-Reisterstouin 212- ll 6 arty-six 'n'-'n'n"n'n'n' "u'u'- -'-"-Fu'-' N Tlme Whitmore Publishing Co lnc South Mann Street at Bond Avenue REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND PRINTING PUBLISHING OFFICE IQUIPMENT SCHOOL SUPPI IES STATION? RY Phone 260 for free Delivery Service on Hotzselmold Stitloncry Wllllam J Foley Real Estate Insurance Property Management Appraisals Pxkesvllle Md Phone plliCSVlll6 530 Mennber Real Estate Board of Baltnnore Lundy s Drug Store Professional Drug Service Relsterstown Maryland Robert Turner CARPENTER BUILDER Owmgs Mllls Md Telephone Relsterstown Z9 W Burlclmolder s Service Station Owings Mxlls Md Member Retail Petroleum Dealers of Md GASOLINE is cheap only the TAX IS hxgh G B Caltrlder Relsterstown Maryland HARDWARE PAINT FARM SUPPLIES Purma and Larro Feeds Compllments of Michael Paul Srrutlm Page I' olty sc zen I I ' I :I I 9 . I T l , . v f 'Q l I 1 Q . . , l 9 ' I . l l . P ' I . . I I l s p'-'L'u'u'n'." 'u"u'u"u -'u' Uu'u'u':"-n'n"n"n Pll4CSVlllC TSIIOI' CLEANING PRESSING ALTERING and DYEING 1'urs Cleaned Glazed and Stored Prompt Service Phone P1lx6b 170 1222 Rersterstoun Road PIKESVILLE MARYLAND Krlete Osborn s SHERWOOD AGLNCY FIRESTONE DEALER Lubrlcatxons Tnres Tubes Batteries and all Corner Wnstmrulxmater and Hanover Roada lluone 784 Compliments Complunents of C l'lUlTlpl"Il'ICS Rersterstovn Maryland COITTPBTIY Phone Relsterstown 167 Phone Pllcesvllle 375 Free Dellvery Mae Matthews Alt s Hardware Store BEAUTY SHOP 1004 RCISCBFSIOWH Road Pxlces Complete Beauty Service Pamts Hardware Glass O11 Garden Tools etc 1415 Relsrerstown Road General Household Reparrmg PIKESVH-LE MD Window Glazmg Prlresvllle 568 1 'n'u'u'u'n'1- Pam I' an fy rzght . 0 J . A- 1 ' J of 1 9 A . The New Theatre , Th ' 1 V 1 I I ' 1 201005 R0 '21 02R1Mm0'R'W'0 2J0R1-74 ' I . 7 , , .3 1 1 ' ' . . , n Basler s Service Station C Basler Prop GAS OIL SOFT DRINKS CONFECTIONERY TIRES TUBES and ACCESSORIES Sldle s Department Store The Quality Store Complete Outfitters for the Entlre Famlly A so Dry Goods Notions House Furn lshmgs Glassware Chmaware Toys School Supplies etc Phone Relsterstown 206 R J F Elme 8a Sons FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phone Relsterstown 197 Relsterstown Maryland EAT AT Clarlstlnlf s Blue Room Relsterstown Maryland Phone Pllcesvllle 534 EXPERT GREASING Pat Franlclln Sunoco Products Plkesvllle Maryland ARE YOU BALD LOSING HAIR? Try X ER VAC Treatment Garrison Barber Shop Garrnson Maryland Anthony Vacca Compllments of Pllcesvllle Motor Agency T E Goode Prop Phone Pllcesvllle 367 Page Forty nme '-5'uPn'i fu ' I I J. . , . 9 5 7 7 3 . I - 1 - 9 . 9 ' ' A Y 1 Y 7 1 - - - 9 Rensterstown, Maryland . . I ' . 7 7 i 1 OR ' . . , . Y Naylor s HOME MADE ICE CREAM RETAIL AND WHOLESALE Phone Rersterstown 283 Lavln Brothers Pharmacy REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND Prescriptions Fnlled Whrle You wan A Regrsfefed Pharmacist Always In charge SOL LAVIN BERNARD LAVIN THE HUB REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND Next Door to Lindy s Drug Store OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY '-'Jn'-"u'u'u'Hn' 'l'l'i'I.l Page F zffy -F- I 3 'JJ'-'n'- Relsterstown Savings Banlc of B11t1more County M1ry11nd REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND COMMFRCIAL DEPOSITS SAVINGS DFPOSITS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS DLPOSITS SAFI: DEPOSIT BOXl:S Capnral and Surplus .5125 000 Uncllvlded Profits and Reserves .5100 000 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatlon Phone Relsterstown 181 H A Clark Licensed Plumber PLUMBING and HEATING Pumps Installed Repair Work and Repanred Promptly Attended To RFISTERSTOWN MARYLAND Telephone Pxlcesvllle 458 We Call For and Delnver Your Car Lompllments of Pllcesvllle Fave 8: Ten Arthur E. Caltrlder Betholme Richfield Rlchlube Tires Tubes, and Accessories Lubrlcatxon Service Car Washing PIKESVILLE MD Page Fzjty one Cent Store 1316 'md 1318 Relsterstown Road Plkesvllle Maryland I I 4 , r r 9 J 9 9 I I 1 9 . . -. . . . . . Q . u u u I C a - 1 Franlclln Confectionery Opposlte Franlclm Hrgh School REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND SCHOOL SUPPLIES SODAS ICE CREAM PATENT DRUGS Phone 201 ust say Granny s GASOLINE OILS GREASES ACCESSORIES Relsterstown Esso Statlon ESSO PRODUCTS TIRES TUBES BATTERIES Arthur F Helntzman Proprnetor Relsterstown Road and Chatsworth Ave REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT The Peoples Banlc PIKESVILLE MARYLAND COMMERCIAL DEPOSITS SAVINGS DEPOSITS Flsher Motor Company 'n'n'u'h'n'uF- CHRISTMAS FUND Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatron Maxlmurn Each Deposxtor 5000 C0lhpllIHCHIS f Telephones Buslness 216 J Resldence 127 M Charles E Whitney TIRES TUBES GAS OILS and AUTO ACCESSORIES W r M 1 es mmster ary and Rensterstown, Maryland Page Fzfty two I I v ' 7 9 J Y! 3 71 I I - 1 9 O O . , U 7 3 9 , . SUCCESS TO THE GRADUATES INSIST ON Mille un Sterlllzecl GLASS Bottles because they are Hyglemc Economical Sturdy Transparent you can see the cream lme Odorless an Proven Buclc Glass Company For More Than A uarter Century BALTIMORE MARYLAND See What You Buy Buy ln Glass Page Fzfty three C ' P di Manufacturers of Baltimore's Milk Bottles Q 'u'i'n'u'u'u COMPLIMENTS OF Westminster Coca Cola Bottling Co WESTMINSTER MARYLAND COU1pllI116HtS of C J Rmeman 8: Brown Dealer ,n l Bunlders anilluljjalxgxglers Supp les GENERAL MERCHANDISE Estimates cheerfully furmshed QUALITY FEEDS HAMPSTEAD MD Phone I-lampstead 14 F 5 Phone Hampstead 50 Upperco Md The Glyndon Bank SCFVICC Always GLYNDON MD We SOllClI YOLII' P3.UC'0l'l3gC Wllllan1 OMeara Pres Lester S Wheeler Vlce Pres Phtlnp B Welsh Vlce President J Edward Hewes Cashier S Yeatts Wilson Asst Cashrer Nlember of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation JJ'-'u'-'-"-'u':'5'u'u'u'h'u Page F1fty four I I I 5 .- . w l . , Y .1 L Q, W l 1 . . I , i I l . Z. t g - , . .. J , . . , . s , '-- . , - . , . , . , fhetvlta Telephone Vernon 4380 'u'-'fi When the Senlors are havmg thexr photographs taken d not forget the younger mem hers of the family During va c1t1on time have them photo graphed ln the famllxar sur rouncllngs of your own home or garden urfullt gE4l1PlIli5L'l1I 411 North Charles Street BALTIMORE MARYLAND Post Ofhce Box 85 Telephone Rexst D Nl Louls E Susemlhl Home and Industrial Wlrmg Sound and Communncatlon Systems REISTERSTOWN MD AmCfICan Lllnch Home Cookmg Here? Open 5 A M Tull?" PIKESVILLE MD We Repeat Agaln Franklxn High School has entrusted us w1th the productzon of THE DIAL In the Sprmg of 1908 the first Dlal went through our presses nearly thlrty years of almost unmterrupted servlce Is lt any wonder we so hnghly appreciate such confidence? To the faculty and student body The Best of Luck Times Prlntmg Company MASTER PRINTERS Weslmnnsler Maryland Page Fzfty five . , O ' a . ' .L . 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