Franklin High School - Dial Yearbook (Reisterstown, MD)

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.f , 5 Y A 'J -.'1!.FI. ,,, W - - ,A THE DIAL 1943 Frfonlflin Hiqlw School Qeisfersfown, Morqland 4145 r., -.. Q -1 noun wususv nur- vovnl nu: -rr 6 +- It nm re f-or' A' s .nfs the rxmro' 'ev' nr s flnvr al 011 as 'uvql xs nr w r rsr' 'mn 1 t ar: V1-ri a , lm c An ur xl vw is w n ' u 1 'Q eo 1 l ew: Snntf' ' n fo ,rr act "nr ur ' ml vm 'i nf r r 4 v... a r 'rue 101' u sm- -ea 1 xc r t FRANKLIN P-MGH SCHOOL vnsvmm no :vs ar-. , rs, u'1' fa r :rr 1 r e 4- one tru! 0 x e tue 9 a r an 'Q r rn nr! livr- rn' nriv as -are thrfrfn e :M-n r 1' fx A sor- WWZMM PIFIC fr 11.-B li cw e r rn rm I-ve III rn- ,, 1 co .gc HOPGCQ ipn I1 Q9 IQP n,..,w v,..v,L....., J .uv.:"'1-1 V43 the :wi nz' 'Le clfa ' of ?14 r ' ' In u. im llvmnp, r'-ni:-r L: Le toixr 'ai -sr .r '?e u ..r1gs. ' ':w?gc? 'E-j' wk f'c..p'.' er- time fur 'cr fgvy r-f-.- ----." is as Z.L:w1:'s fi: fu, pref-if-'S 2,1 is, fx' M - A- cn1'trK -1: gm .. nf ' ag. ?-- 1: 1, gr Lis 3'-' -Jrrr. 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I I II . h.,l.Im., I.. ,,...1.I.f II Il , II I , I HI lllfl I-am, our IN lllf -mf 5 I II I Cf IIIHIII, IIUIIHII. IIN, If?-13 ID. I LQ ,JZ ,Q-. 'Q if-"Aff :fi,"M. x. A , fwfr ' .x..' .Nyl- v,. f .kg .1 fa MQ, 3 - f 14: f. 'f-ww y, ,. fam. A ' "?gv,,u 3 ' nv QX FACU LT HIGH SCHOOL W. Horace Wheeler, B.S., A.M., Principal Helen Tovell Reese, A.B., Vice-Principal . Joseph F. Boylan, B.S., A.M, Q. A. Mane Hardesty, B.S. Harry M. Brown, B.S M.ED, J Emma K. Hanna 5.-an 7LL-...A John J. Butter, Bs. f new G.hnutH:i3i2grVA.B.LM.ED. Arthur L. Colburn, .S., MS. Ethel A. Parsons, A.B. QIQMQ Nlyrl Collmurn, BS. C. Yviglltman Seabold, BS., A.M. ,lean S. Compton, BS. C. Louise Tipton, A.B., A.M. Merle Hulrunks. ILS.. MS. W Martha Tovell, BS., B.M., A.M1U5d"' i Cornelius lf. Cisricl, A.B. A Thelma Wisner. A.B. lille-n H. Cray, BS.. NIS. MT Virginia Hughes Wiilcls, AB. 6 .gy ' Qxgnf. 1 P'-' . 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If JAM FRANKLIN CARROLL ADANIS Owmgs llzlls llaryland Xdam 1 around you may l h Hel alw 1 hound to proude ome o act I ano 1er ln planmn dfcoratmn e of dancer at OCIB When Franlue alwaxs be ure cuttmg up and funny remark Villllflg worker that plea e the fuI1ct1on 'NIELVYN LFON AGNE Pzkesulle llaryland -Xlthou h been muh u ony two 1 ar NI lun ha qulclrlw gamfcl o nm Il thru fl nf IH an 1111 ta a 1l1t1e X 111 exer 1 eep l1ar1tr11e mme x C con tantly Mffffjff f 3 it VIRFINIX JANE BARTGIS Outngs llzlls llaryland IQ I Q Bargzs peute and damty ways become her short stature Hsr secretarlal ab1l1ty ISM exerc1sed 1n the office where she usually can be found KL. NIARY PAULINIE BELT sw-S-Sth Upperco 'llaryland Qmetness and pleasantness character IZC th1 senxor Her neatness and per severence are reasons for her popu lar1tw and al o for the good marks she gets for the attracuve garment she turns out 1n hop l io-Nxl, M ffffffgfffrf Wwyfgy' 94 na: X' LLIANI ROBERT ANDERSON -1-'-- N, ORA Qmwmwdllf U pperco Maryland B1llw s work takes at good part of h1s tune hut when he does mana e to get t school he makes the most of lt In and out of everwthmg mth everybody makes hun hkeable fellow VIRGINIA FOX ARBAUGH Rezsterstown Maryland In V1rg1n1a we find love for roller skatmg for she can be found at a roller rlnk almost any tlme Frlendly ways and a rosy complexlon further characterrze her ,Muff Q.. MW 1 9 dr' r ,f F' a I . X . 1 I I 'f 1 V f ' I ' :ff usa-1I " ass ' K J a 1 s 1 1 g . s ' j . . .' 4 ' 51' . Ie is :tl - 1 Q -. . v , . . Q I . E Q I Q 5 yes s s ' l fl s. ', . V l . VAT A .T A AI f . 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MMZM R-XYNIONTD FRANKLIN BRENNEMAN Relsterslawn Uaryland Raymond Wllll hlS lnnocent blue eyes and pmk cheeks was born out of hlS tlme He belongs fo the age of Raphael when he urely would haw been a model for a eheruh But 1n SPIKE of h1s cherublc appearance he can push through a lot of very pracucal work especxally 1n agrl culture FR KNCES ROSALIE BROCATO Carnson, 'llaryland Frances, wth her fme soprano YOICC, has contr1b11t1d much to our school shows and muslc organlzallons Her wllmgness to -Le a job through to the end should he good reference when JUNIHCSS world he apphes for a posnon m the 45fw M WM -XI 111. flI1TRLDlH BROWN J 11111 s l1tfS liars and 1 11 MX 111 rr ll 61 11111111-r1111 1r1 nd RTIP I Xl!! Il IRU 1 1111 llfzruf 1 r 1 -I IAQ: 'fan Q N1 J 1 11 11 I dh lllllflo Y wf W Q, -:Qi s- x. 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K' 11 ' , . . .Q - - ' -' is , . 1 51- ,H , I ', . ei L1 l FI lx' 1 . s ' rm: gb 1 XX. ,1 V uf 111any an l1 5 11 ' j ll VT- ,+ lv' ' . 1- Q ' j A - 'lf , S 4' 'Q " g ' d .. ,ff 9154 ALBERT BRICE CRIS Pikesville, Maryland Albert is perhaps the most quiet b0Y in the senior class, for he safely keeps all his thoughts to himself. He sees every- thing, hears everything, and says nothing. What a splendid person he is to confide m, and what a perfect confidential secretary M he will make! t NANCY LEE CRONHARDT Lutherville, Maryland Nancy's one desire is to he an- air- plane hostess. Her cheerful attitude toward her work will help her succeed. She is another girl who has been active in Franklin sports circles. lib It st, i L in SEM , y i V, ' 4 4' 1 ft Q IRVING LEROY CONSTANTINE, Jn. Owings Mills, Maryland Just ask Leroy any question on farming, he'll have the answer. He should be nominated the boy most likely to succeed in occupational farming. SJ MARGARET P. CRAWFORD J! Pikesville, Maryland This quiet, cheery little misslwith a friendly manner seems to bring sun- inside the walls of Frankli . Shop has been a favorite subi-Ziyigf hers, and we know she can tu out some delicious dishes. .V . ,, , . y' I fl I 'lf ,vqxfyy , .1 ' t M big, -E- 'V l N 9 'UI Rx.. . DOROTHY EDNA DORSEY Owings Mills, Maryland When there is need for help, Dot is our most able helper, whether the problem is one of sports, domestic science, or student welfare. She is just as cheery as the day is long. An office will certainly he a plt-at-:int place if our Dottie is sitting at the desk. . Jai . F Emcx PITTS ECKHARDT ' yndon, .llaryland wed made us all sit up and take notice when he introduced a new s de of color in boys' hair. Only e will improve it. Critical, but not serious, he takes life with a carefree nba-ndofiment. I t We 12 ff misfirelma lgttq-:u.lLwuila CARROLL M EPPLY anyd- Pzkesmlle Maryland Carroll always manages to make l 9 pleasant wnh his dry humor Hxs penc V-3A"" seems to fly when anyone dlctates short 61 in N I hand to l1LU1, so lt appears he wlll g places rn the commercxal world 'Qin-4. S115 Ililn- 11.1. alfa., HOWARD A ESPEY JR ai- 5 vi 4-'-J -3- Ounngs M Llls Maryland 'QA-s The typlcal prankster Hxs w1tty 8111165 wlll he missed by more than one of hrs Franklln frxends H1s tenor VOICE has added much to the nuallty of all musxcal aHa1rs Franklm is wfifw, 'J calf' GEORGE H FOLLMER, Jn. Oumgs Wzlls Maryland Georges commerclal abxhty promxses to make hlm an asset 1n the busmess world A serious worker he makes valuable con tnbuuons to any class RICHARD DAVID FLEAGLE Reuterstown Maryland Dlck qulet and unassumlng as he IS wlll certamly be remembered for h1s candld camera plctures of campus hfe Keep em clxckrng Dxck' Lx,..,4.fgf0Q i-Qu, "Kb0eHA1QlAi-f.1.L....tIJ.l-ll 99600 Kp bunwm au. ew e,Q.a....-.u VL 'D Www cv-4 g,c',gl,-IJZAQ 944. aaguhqfwfdl 1,f',-,4.,C-' .-if at hex X GILBERT NELSON FADELY Owzngs Mzlls Maryland He has qulte a knack for gettlng l1lS asslgnments at the last mmute He IS a loyal supporter of Franklxn dances and 11 long may hrs support contmue V , RUTH AMELIA FINCH Plkesznlle Maryland Ruthxe wlth her long wavy halr and pretty hazel eyes IS the glamour 1r of our class Her ongmal remarks and gay personality wxll certamly G-rv'-' '-'Xb'-X-' cheer her patxents when she becomes a Navy nurse Xl:-gg' EA X-:nk Q. 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Upperco Maryland If xts a case of stretcher carrymg Jake s w ur man frr le carrles a tretcher wxth an ease equaled by none He IS qu1et and has scores of frlends among Franklm students KEITH ENIERA FULLER Owzngs Mzlls Maryland Kmd and fnendly Kelths mls chlevlous smtle dxspels lxfes httle dxf ficultxes as nonochalantly as they appear ww DORIS GENEVIEVE GARMAN Rezsterstown Maryland A happy go lucky gtrl wlth an lnfectxous lg e that spreads hke wlldhre IS Doll She has an av1d mterest ln roller skatln where she has her ups and downs 345. MARGIE VIRGINIA GILL Rezsterstown Maryland Very athletlcally lncllned Has a ready smxle She and D N are lnseparable as Slamese twms Her witty remarks are the cause of laughter ln her corner of the clas room df" -4 f Wlesateaswfllaaaf Ml f an A ,Mana YN Q, my M M WM ffl? WMV VERNON Wm Rezsterstown Maryland We need only to thlnk of sports and we Instantly thmk of Vernon Hls prowess on the athletlc field 13 equaled only by lus slull on the basketball court He has a remarkable knack for understandmg current world affairs and the Nlarlnes wtll acquxre an asset when he Joms F 'S AUDREY ANN GRIMM Pzkesvxlle Maryland Tlus popular young mxss has won many fnends wlth her capuvahng smxle Incldentally you should see how expenenced Dolly ns wxth house hold duties Her sporty clothes mark her as one who keeps up on the latest tn smart appearance Q 5 r I . V, I ' l - ' In g , - l I 'iv ' V W' ' I , 1 .gl - - '. . 1 . . . ' b ' , I g - 1 s Q g, x ,ra fi I lx "' N . ' Qing f Lptt , p T in - S- 4, . A. V - . I ,Y 'Elin'-nr. fr QA- .LVL ,g,afy.. M .X A A l MC., M ' ' ' "I . 4 M v I w N' cf' Q 5 ' . .l . Q ' . . ' .C . , I 1 'Q 14 GEORGIA REGINA GRINIVI Pzkesvzlle Maryland Reglna wxth her Tman locks can be seen any tlme anywhere gomg about her work rn a busme lllxe manner She IS one of the mans ennor who wnll go far ln her career Qhe IS the pos e or of a fme sense of humor-Jshe can dxsh ll out a'1d take lt too DOROTHY ELIZ ABETH HALL Rezsterstoun 'llaryland Dorothv handle money matter X kxllfully that ll 1 llttle wonder h , C, has o often been elected trea urer of fl us chool r amz n Bu hfr -5' varlo 0 g atm t 0,144 4.,,.,,,- har buslne s en e mterferf ln J wav mth her oclal fn L1 mvrt I5 4a4y6""4' ,1 D tv 15 seldom al nt from anv ,UV chool funcuon m,,,f,,,Af, 4,4 ,4M6,f:2., 704 z WILLIAM D HARMON JR. Owmgs Mills Maryland Bllly is a qu1et person wlth a ilashmg Q m1le and eyes that seem to dance all the I A Q ,qu ume Ile always has a mmute to talk to ELIZABETH LANDON HARVEY Pzkesnzlle Maryland Petlte dalnty and graceful are the adjec hves that descrxbe Betty qhe IS an e tremely graceful dancer and her sweet soprano VOICE 13 admlred by many Also we might add that Betty po e se the abrllty of hemg everywhere at once am ne he meets m the halls and has many frxends among Ins fellow students WILLIAM ELLIS HARRIQON Pzkesmlle Maryland " W B1lly rates hxgh among I' semor classmates for hrs cheerful greetmg and wmnmg smlle He mll surely reach hls goal of success lf he stays as soclable and fnendly as he has been through high schori-F XM gk s" WILLIXNI NI HAVILAND Stevenson Maryland Carefree Bllly never takes anythmg tm serxously Let tomorrow brmg forth what xt may IS h1s motto H also has a habxt of talklng out loud ln class a practxce whxch 15 very dls t concertlng to eweryone but lumself W H! .y f g X " .Lim , ll 5' X I I Wald Ca If , WWW! 'I WILLIAM HOWARD .I Owzngs Mtlls Maryland Thxs shy young man comes and goes so quletly that we hardly know where to find htm So llttle does he have to say that lt would be safe to xntru t htm wlth the darkest secret The lNavy claxmed B1ll before the year was over ANDREW HUBBARD .IR Owzngs Utlls Maryland Flash' Snap' That was Andy dolng hls bxg bn for the Dxal Andy has decoratxve ablltty and many of the attracttve decoratlons for soclal func tlons were produced by hlm He rs m the Navy now and we know he has made as many frxends there as he dtd here because he has the personaltty that wma f ends ,,..-U1 EVELYN MAY HEINTZMAN lfrlrx 1171 Evelyn seems to take hfe as It comes- nothmg worrxes her She has a 8111116 and a cheerful greettng for all he meets Her raptdly Hymg fingers on the keys of a twpewrtter msure success for her tn a ecretanal posmon RITA ELIZABETH C HEISE Retsterstown Maryland Th1s fnendly co-operatxve semor has made many fnends among the stu dents and faculty because of her wxlhngness to work at all tlmes Her clever hands and mtnd produce some of the very attractlve outfits she wears 'Vi lr-v M' f f fe' I6 'NIARY ADELE HUBBARD Ouszngs Utlls Maryland Nlary Adele rs well lxked because she ts GOCl8hlC ktnd and energetlc When some thxng ns to be done 'Mary Adele ts always around and wlllmg to help She IS a ftne seamstress Her one pet peeve IS having to explam the detalls of a Joke before the person to whom she IB telling xt gets the polnt ROBERT W HUDGINS Clyndon Maryland Robert has two characterlsttcs that have helped htm become popular and successful ln hls school work brams and a volce Hts bass has lent noble support to VBIIOUS muslcal aHa1rs ln Franklm and his report cards show the results of well placed energy J of ELEAWOR FRANCES JOHNSON Pzkesulle 'llaryland Eleanor vull make someone a perfect ecretan ome day oon Her frlendllness and plea ant d1 oo mon are out tandm character1t1cs The L plu her stenogra p IC abllltw a ure her of uccess ROBERT DIXON KACLE Rezsterstoun llaryland Q15 9 Y 3 Roberts wouthful appearance makes the un1n1t1atcd lJEl1CYC he 1 a fresh man who bw m1 take has wandered lnto a enlor cla room But he can hold hls own wlth th he t of us and w1ll take t1me out to grow after June 1943 M M61 Wfifffa ldv Q35 CHARLES ENIORY KELLAR Owmgs Mills Maryland Charles 1s a hunter of note and h as ure us that he always brmgs home the game He 15 fond of dogs whlch he trams hlmself and whlch certamly seem not hls only lnfer st for Charles follows avldly the lns and outs of all sports CHARLFQ ADANI KLEIN Pzltesz zlle Uuryland Charles w1ll argue from sun up to sun down on any ubjert rangmg from pro found natxonal problems to mmor ports H13 never say dxe Splfll wlll not adm1t defeat and he alwavs makes lt a pomt to get ID the last word' VJ .I- .asa 'ffl KQV' f MWC 'QL-YK DONALD oRLo KING Rezsterstown Maryland Donalds sunny d1SpO mon and soc1a blllly w1ll make certam hrs success ln any field of endeavor IIIS frlends ow he possesses a sense of humor at has brought enjoyment to them on many occaslons MARGARET Nl-XRY KLEIN Pzkesulle llrzryland Margaret IS one of those persons who hate an ea y wav about them that mu e people t become her frlend Her mo t charrumg characten IIC are an attractne mlle whlch 1mplw makes you want to smlle too and a qulet becommg blush I7 f I V 1 I' 5' l J! lQ 'J : 1 VV - 0' H -5 Y 'r -' .flfif , . '. , I , rl vf '. Q X- ' v' l 9' ' s j 5 s . ' ' , - ' ' s 's, ' s ' g -'- 1 h ' js ' . .s- s - - 7 ' - , t ' Q gs.. . . r A . , v .S - E l Y E C 5 , . I 11 'V Q . -f V i fo 1' V , . V I ' f ,af , - . - n v N lp li Y' !!l 4 .R ' 1, e , 4 .s s " , . ' 'y ll! ' ' I, ' 1 ' 6 completely devoted to him. Hunting is C 4 . . , 9 ' , i 4 . 4 , . I S' .l . I I zz E 1 ' I ,C 18125 ,r ff-14 I, Edd' f , AJP W' f ,R K . if f '+A f JJ A 1, Jkxl v? 1 ,. 1 . ' I j Lf 1, '- f , . swf A , 1, ' ' , - ' N ,JJ hr . 1. V fl. ,. ww-"' . S ' 1 . 3 ,1 ,IJ , . . 5 . S .' 1 ' C Wa ' ' . . '11 Q' ' . 5 st' ' 'A 1 A ' 5 Sd H' 1 , ' 5. 1 s ' 's ' s t ' .E S . . Y . S. iv Q . I I' ' 1 . 9 . -r,v.,, 7 DOROTHY VIRGINIA KOENIG Reisterstown, Maryland Dottie, a cute little blonde with blue eyes, is very popula.r among her class- mates, including both the girls and boys. She handled the heavy job of typing editor for the "Dial" this year, but still fo d timefto enter extra-curricular ac- ti iies and attend the social functions. ' GLORIA YY. KOHLER Pikesville, Maryland MARGARET ELIZABETH KORMAN R ezsterstown Maryland Margaret s most outstanding characteristic 15 her sense of humor Whenever she giggles which 15 quite often she ex tends amusement to all her friends ELIZABETH LOUISE LAU Owings Mills Maryland Elizabeth will never lack for friends for che is friendly and nice to all She is also a capable worker in the cafeteria 'A-NL -+-'f 'YL X We have developed a great apprecia tion of this interesting brunette in the two years that she has been with us. Her good-looking clothes and the way that she wears them give her the appearance of just stepping out of some fashion magazine. Above all, Gloria possesses the gift of original- ity, which is evident in her work. use SQAJNXHSXA fy QGQ. w.-+T'oLu-vt tWW A11 lm l"""'..i?fi3. IOI A LOUISP NIARTIN Pzltesvtlle Maryland litres one girl who need never worry about clothes Lola is a born seamstress and wears her creations with a poise equal to that of a model She can sit down with a pencil and paper and in a few minutes turn out attractive little slutchcs and dravsmgs some of which have found their way into this book CLARENCE STXNLEY NIAYER Pzltesulle lfaryland Stanley one of the most popular of our senior boy has a wide variety of mtere ts He is very talented in mu ic likes ports and last but not lea! finds the girls lnteresting H was one of the main money raisers the Dial staff x DEAN BAILEY McCOID Reisterstown, Maryland Dean is the "walking encyclopedia' .of our class and his choice of vocab often stumps many. He is able to tac and succeed with anything that he - dertakes to do. We also find in him, great enthusiasm for dancing and a sense of humor that constantly entertains his classmates fu.,-4, ROBERT LEON MEEKINS MAXLNE ANY NIcKlNlGHT Pzkesulle Maryland Maxine s attractiveness friendly sm1le and sweet d1SpOSlIl0Il all contribute to making her a lovely g1rl and a popular student and assure her of success as a nurse WMM ROLAND KENN LTI-I MEEKINS Carrzson Maryland Always smillng and fnendly with every one xs Kenneth He loves sports partlcu larly baseball on whlch team he has been a prominent player He is also a part of the stationary scenery at the dances for not one passes without his presence Garrzson Maryland ELWOOD WATSON MICHAEL Jiggs his nickname sults him very well for he certainly IS the cut up of our class If anyone can make us laugh ,liggs can But ,llggs can work too and is very conscientious in the matter of preparing assignments and meeting all obhgatmona MA!-f Sociable ways and lots of fun thats lff Av"'-f all we need to say about Leon He fynlljls always around to help when needed 11 and we predict a successful life for aC4.o4f02fh1m fl gl fwwmf-'fa Eff J W fs? ,ff eff SLN II-I WARREN 'NIILLER Glyndon Maryland A pleasant smile pleasing manners and laughter are characteristics of Warren He ts quite a busme s man too outside of school hours and works faithfully a his Job f clerking wt LCV' 109 A fffwffwe VERNON HARRY MUMMERT Reisterstown, Maryland Vernon's motto is, "What's the use of worrying, I'll get through anyhow." Per- haps this is what keeps a smile on his face all the time. This young man is also very interested in sports. CHARLES FLETCHER NEW Pikeswlle, Maryland f I DOROTHY GENEVIEVE MOSER Owings Mills, Maryland Curly-headed Dorothy is interested in everything that comes up, be it a new book in the library, a new dance step, or a new trick in hair-styles. With so many interests, life will never grow stale for Dotty. EDGAR LAWRENCE MOSNER Reisterstown, Maryland Edgar has been, in the past two years, a faithful mail carrier for Franklin. For this he deserves a lot of credit. He is never irritated by anything, and his helpfulness and co-operative spirit have made many friends for him. dugg l X l 1 , K' - i .1 ,. . 41, Fletcher is one of the most sociable boys of our class and his quiet, pleasing manner is catching and friendly. Generally shy, his untiring enthusiasm for the dances and other social activities peps us up at once. one f7fffQM,fLvww1iM he gyms JXLVCIML 5.549 . QZMQ. if W7 M7 'U 97 f, i K . WOODROW WILSON NOEL Owings Mills, Maryland Woodrow is one of our jokesters who will do all in his power to keep us laughing. His jolly disposition has made his list of friends grow thru these four years. I DORIS JANE NORFOLK Reisterslown, Maryland Doris is at home on the athletic Held, and her pep and enthusiasm arouse all those with whom she comes in contact. We expect her to do great things in the world, for she knows how to carry much responsibility. v,. I JEAN SHORB PEARCE Carman Maryland The senous stde of Jeans personallty whrch demands that all asstgnments be done to perfectlon IS often IH confhct wlth the funloung slde vshlch tempts her to whxsper and glggle at 1ll8dW1 ed tlmes Jeans sympathetxc understandmg of her friends endears her to all JANIES HOW-KRD PELTZER JR RCISIBTSIOWB Maryland Howard the Beau Brummell of our class rs a real man of busmess aflamrs Hts ab1lxty to tease and take xt made hlm a favonte w1th all of us l V WALTER PFISTER QUINTIN Owmgs Mzlls Maryland Professor Qumtm gtudlous and capable 15 a sclentlfic enthuslast Also hrs rapxd understandmg of language enables hlm to reclte hrs French wlth ease We expect to hear great tlungs from hlm ln the future BERTHA ELIZABETH RANDALL Glyndon Maryland Sweet natured and qulet llttle Bozzze IS a good typlst and an excellent con VCISHIIODZIISI Her unusual hobby of collectmg odd pets and teachmg them trlcks takes most of her time Bozzxe watches her chameleon shed xts sk1n once a month and finds lt an lnterest mg expenence 5 t I 4? ,vw 01 WW -. M EMORY DELL PEREGOY Rezsterstown Maryland Em one of our soccer stars IS qulte a ladys man Always agreeable and ex tremely frlendly he rs also quxte popular among the boys He IS moreover the example of what the well clad lad should wear on all occasxons HELEN KATHLEEN POBLETTS Re erstown Maryland K s tremendous smlle IS certainly the opposrte of her stature Flllflllg here and there she qluckly and efli AI tmtntly complkes her work for the flice whsgd she spends much of her rme 'If' she IS ever rn need Kaths auf fnends ylll Jump to her ald 'HH 1, Luaum Qfv4f0L M - all-Q 'Wy ,LQ B 05' AWW 1 ARY ILNINIA RAVER Owings Mills Maryland A pleasant smile and willingness to help distinguish this little blonde nuss Mary also has a great love for dancing and at tends all our social affairs Working in the cafeteria proves that she is capable and accurate in money affairs and s likely to succeed in that line LLIIABETII FLLLN RICHNIOWD Pzkesulle llaryland This cute little trick with her winning ways and frienf y attitude has be come ever so well liktd and popular at Franklin Al o in Betsy we find a cheery sense of humor which brings joy to all who know her Since she IS endowed with such fine qualities we know that her future will be successful 'YS Q'-'-J 1 6 f MARY KATHERINE RANDALL Clgndon, Maryland Mary, not unlike her sister, is sweet and very friendly. Riding her bicycle to school every morning keeps her complexion as rosy as can be. She joins her sister in collscting pets, only to add to her volume of dog pictures. These girls, it is easily seen, are inseparable. LEONARD VERNON RANDALL Relsterstown, 'llaryland Yernon IS admired by everyone be cause of his quiet but studlous nature He is readily teased by his many friends but doesnt nund it a bit As a commercial student we expect m to go far in the business world .L wtf. Xflkwux XMB Wvxwzwz cupt mxw hx U-5112. Ca. mirufw 1' QR UN 6, Xxx Q, X-J' QW I 436 KXTHERIVE CH XRLOTFE SCHNIIDT ll! esillle Uaryland Blue uf-d lkaty s charm and poise give her an appearance of ophi tication but un derneath she IS an all round chool girl who lowes dancing to Glenn 'Nlillers muslc and a good time Rtzsferstuun llunland Ctorge ha been a constant figure in port X 1 munlnr of the 'ith efic X ociation lu ha done much to en courage thc wungcr how to particx e in it actisities an 0 upport the dunu given bs the -X A u and carries us awax with hi grand tmnor voice H 1 mo t popular with all the tudents lf lranklin xi ' if K ' , f I- 9. . X s -2 y , , 5 W ac gmail' 1 h ix 1' S I li 4 1 l ' KDL Q . . D. I . .F I' I k ' ' , i H- A .ll , A . , . A . . 4' v - 'lv - , . il i ,e ' r, ' ,-Q A -. - fn , r l ' ' . ' Ov GEORCIE EIJWAIIIJ SCHRECK 'fr , 155 ,c ,if A f r L if If Xb ' .X ,GL I f 'xx Ile is fll of song ' JSE, ,, v " ' " . e WP' s Q s I ' ' s are e, rf? i A .,L"LQ cgi ' .z V. . y aff 'afffw we NN, s s. 4.,,3g CARL G SCHUSTER, JR Ptkesulle llaryland Carls ablhhes are wldespread and numer ous Above all he IS noted for h1s drum mxng and secondly for h1s speech makxng whlch he carrles off rather well He can easxly be blamed for the shortage of :ce cream smce he spends most of the fourth perxod eatmg on the preten e of cleanmg up after the days sale at the cafeterxa JOSEPH WALTER SCOTT Luthervzlle llaryland Walter s 8g1'1CllllU1'8.l 1ncl1nat1ons have carrled hmm far 1n that field I such orgamzatlons as the FFA and 4H club he has succeeded tnuxnphantly has won money and cups at e Ttmonxum fatr for two consecuttve years We are sure he wtll be a future farmer of Amerlca rs-'iff fi' ef Eb 4 "f 4 'fZ4"Z GLENGYLE YOST SHTPLEY Pzkesmlle Maryland Glen IS a qlllel unassummg person with a true appreclatton of muslc Hrs work IS outstandmg not only here but also tn hrs acadernc subjects where h1s grades range above average JOHW SHERMAN SPENCE JR Rezsterstown llaryland Tall always correctly dre sed and the possessor of a vo1ce that holds the at tentlon of all who hear It Scotty ha figured 1n school musrcal events ever s1nce he was a freshman He really has a sense of humor tn s 1te of that P olemn appearance IYJ- 21 3 944 1 BETTY JANE SEATON Pzkesvzlle Maryland The usual temper that rs assoclated w1th red heads doesnt go wxth Betty She goes around wlth a cheerful smxle and a happy word for all who chance to cross her path If only more of us had her sense of humor what a world this would be' These assets plus her secretarlal ablhty wxll make her a wonderful secretary for some businessman JAMES WILBUR SHAEFFER Retsterstown Maryland It would seem that Wllblll' has dreams of becomlng a financler or banker ln the future for he ts always rn the oilice countlng school funds or help hun attaln his goal up at the bank deposltmg them What ever field he enters hrs level head and lI1IClllgCl1CC are factors that wall "' Z- sv- fi 1' , .'.l. . I V Y . I ' . - I 4. ' X .. Q 1 . . . , if v ' I F i ' s . , . ,, S ' ' ' 'X' Q ' ' I ,A y -I . . . V . -. . I n ' . He ' th - ' qi: ' , x l I ! pay l 6. Q are lj ,,' A H ' A V - F ' . lsr, Q , , , . , . Y . . y , ' tf X . H 1 -T V14 ,aj l' 1 'QA I , Ty V.. ff. l.,,'.2 Cf- ? fl' , .Q ' . . M- - U . , ' H . J 4 . NN l . , . " , ' S , . ., S S . 23 f . I Q A E M L, 'Qi alan ft' MIRIAM VIRGINIA STULTZ Plk88Ulll8 Maryland Thls brown eyed mlss IS ready and wllllng to do whatever IS asked of her Marlon not llllllke her slster has accomphshed much thru her extenslve work ln the llbrary and her warm and radlatlng smlle 15 frlendshlp ln ILSCH DOROTHY GRACE SULLIVAN Owmgs Mzlls Maryland Dorothy 15 a pleasant compamonahle person who has many frlends in the senlor class If there were a penalty for speedlng on a typewrlter thls young lady would certalnly get lt She has a way that encourages Joke tellers-she laughs whether the Joke IB funny or not 'wh..u, 0 M"fil'fI7ii'aRlg23:n an j,.,J-af 67-2 gf? PHYLLIS MAY STOLPP RClSfCf3l0U'h Maryland Her name sults her for she IS as sllght and graceful as a slender shafted wlllow She keeps herself ln trlm by her long walks over to Glyndon where she takes her muslc lessons We notlce that these walks are newer solltary and never advance be yond a lElSl1!'Cly saunter' BETTY MARGARET STULTZ Plkesnllle Maryland If we had anythlng to say about Bettys future we would say Become a llhrarlan for she has proved her knack for ll by her work ln the school llbrary NIOTPOVCI' her qulet manner and helpful ways are qualltles a good llbrarlan should have JEANNE CLAIRE THOMPSON Plkesnllle Maryland Jeanne IS constantly teased about belng short but we want her just the way she 15 She has a gay and cheerful dlsposltlon and IS one of our best Jltterbugs DOROTHY ELIZABETH TRACEY Hampstead Maryland Curly headed Dorothy wlth her laugh lng eyes and her merry dlsposltlon flashes among her classmates leavlng laughter ln her wake Her dry wltty way of telllng jokes ha often caused 'he hearers to double Nllll laughter Ev! I . , . . U , . . '61 V Q . v ' 1 V. ., 9 S5 t l I H, . , - .' . .K X . l A 4 y 1' . I' , N X Y . . L 7 . . . . , I' . . . 4 , I Q . . . . f . I 9 , . - . v F! A X I 5- . . , 9 -K . . , 1 ." l B,-. lr?" , ' , 5 , ' - - I l l 4 151. 5 , K , if l t as A . x , , ,. ' ' X - x A I JF 3 I t ! ' . A - 1 . .. I 'I , . , I . Y I v . . ' . , 4 A ' I . 1 H L 24 LM., . WW. It-L7 E A X" 9 40 ALTEA BARBARA VAGNONI Reuterstown Maryland Thus httle Itahan lady has beautlful black s lau n e es These plus hw and s Y 3111 s Y her sympathy and loyalty have endeared her to us There tsnt anythmg she wont do for her fnends ELIZABETH JANE WALTER Rezsterstown Maryland Here 15 a young lady who can be colmted on to come out wlth a re mark to dxsrupt whatever section of the room she may be ln N0lhlDg her fnends ask her to do IB too much trouble for her and xt I5 a safe bet that lf she keeps thls attitude ID the field of buslness she will soon achleve success ,W ' I OL wld fy? 7 yu nfs-gpff' PAUL STERLING WAREHIME Rezsterstown Maryland There 18 a reason back of everythlng and 1t s Paul a determmatlon to find what that reason IS Hrs 1Ilqll1SlllVC mmd probes the whys and wherefares and he never lets u untll he BITIVCS at a satlsfactory con cluslon EVELYN MARIE WARK Pzkesvzlle Maryland Raw Ilia Wx aes! K Evelyn IB an allaround g'u'l She IS actlve m sports ln soclal aEa1rs and serves on many of the glrls orgamza tions Her abxllty to head these or gamzatxons and galn co operatlon has dlstmguxshed her ln tlus type of actwlty I fcrlc Z,,hLf,J7fm?'w74f' A4-sflzt ,fffrd Wdvyf MARIAN ESTELLE WILEY Rezsterstown Maryland Thls young lady IS accomphshed ln many fields but especxally ln athletxcs She has long been a fixture of the fieldball team and the basketball court She IS up to the minute ID taklng shorthand and should be a success ln the secretarial world GEORGE C WILLLAMS Pzkesvtlle Maryland George IS a valuable asslstant ln the cafetena where he wlelds the xce cream dlpper wlth an lmpartlal hand He attacks hxs school work W1l.l1 equal lmpartmahty and the result IS he gets places xn double quxck tlme 'INN IGI INF YYOODRING lil sxzlle Ilarxland Ann 15 known for her all around fncnd xx dI1l gncro t She takfs life as it L me n thing um to ruffle or ucxte h r hc alwass cciu to be g0lDg some plane and definitely in a hurry JU aj WW! M F H A 'UV ywfbuv bf ,, kjbklfuf fu ,we Vw ww M rfb N MEMCDIQIAWI FRANCES CHRISTINE FRITTS our classmate who died October 9 1942 EDGAR PAUL BELT Class ot 'I93'I who died while on duty somewhere in the Pacific and who represents, we believe FRANKLIN'S FIRST GOLD STAR 26 FLHWXA lst row: 2nd row: oss of 1944 HOMEROOM 201 MR.. SEABOLD E. Price, R. Tawney, M. C. Gambrlll, S. J. Davis, L. Naylor, I. M. Gill. Mr. Seabold, R. Garber, C. Wright, D. Duncan, W. Rothe, H. Wilhelm, A. Buell. E. Kuser, M. Brown, M. Heintzman, E. Mosner, M. Isennock, E. Knorr, V. Welsh, N. Lau, H. Boniface, V. Fleagle, B. Owings, B. J. Hoff, M. Arbaugh, F. Green, D. Crame, R. Sipes. 3rd row: W. Geise D Sullivan R. Bon M. lst row: . - . d. Camey, L. Yingling, M. Dorsey, G. Walters, F. Miller, E. Hein, I. Lowe. HOMEROOM 202 MRS. COLBURN W. Andrews, F. Tenney, A. Garman, G. Garr, 1. Bell, R. Kemp, Mrs. Col- burn, G. Palmer, M. Brenneman, A. Gill, A. L. Susemihl, M. Hoover, C. Wicker. 2nd row: C. Heise, S. Mallonee, J. LeVine, A. Crd row: Ist row: 2nd row: ird row: Bosley, W. Spaulding, W. Gerald, B. Carrick, N. Heintzman, H. Tumhaugh, D. Harmon, C. Dice, D. Armacost. M. Molesworth, S. Wroe, R. Fanshaw, V, Caltrider, R. Cronhardt, L. Eckert, M. Hale, A. Schulz. HOMEROOM 106 MR. BUTLER , J. Gault, R. Croxton, J. Warner, R. Peregoy, D. Harmon, Mr. Butler, R. Fuller, M. Overturf, E. Klohr, M. L Royston, E. Harmon. D. Fiedler, A. Gartling. B. Hunt, Dirzuweit, E. Uhler, W. Linker, Bowen, .l. Goode, M. M. Kurtz, C. Pape, M. Graefe, D. Barnes, M. Caples. S. E. J- BHSCHIHII, L. Shipley, L. Talbert, B. M. Brown, A. Wirts, B. J. Gill, M. Chaney, M. Blakely, R. Zepp. WE.. 'X - w ,V . 1. N .cs lst row: Q55 ol 194 HOMEROOM 4 MISS EUBANKS M. Randall, M. Mosner, L. Shiely, E. Randall, E. Koenig, Miss lfubanks, E. Martin, E. Boose, D. Storm, M. Moser, F. Zepp. 2nd row: R. Graves, M. Talbert, B. Schmall, lst row: 2nd row: 3rd row: uh row: Isl row: 2nd row: Vlrd mln! lzh ww: M. Mann, M. VonGunten, M. J. Cockey, F. Cox, A. Peltzer, D. Taylor, B. L. Worrell, A. Troxel. HOMEROOM 210 MISS GRAY G. Cassidy, S. Kelley, H. Sutch, J. Bell, W. Marshall, R. Bosely, Miss Gray, C. Schneider, G. Duer, P. Mac- donald, E. Finnegan, S. Sullivan, L. Cole. C. McBride, R. Morin, H. Giesler, E. Garber, G. Fridell, E. Dixon, B. L. Howard, S. J. Fuss, L. Kahl, E. Walter, S. Pyle, J. Gill. C. Fowble, C. Webster, W. Kelley, D. Hollenballgh, .l. Bushmiller, J. Ober- holtzer, J. LaMotte, M. Williams, D. Cerbrick, P. Boller, A. McNeir. R. Wiley, E. Howard, C, Osborn, W. Tregoe, W. Reese, L. Troxell, D. Watts, M. Thomas, G. Hudgins, D. Lipm- HOMEROOM 203 MISS PARSONS R. Cole, R. Randall, D. Osborn, R. Beach, S. Caltrider, J. Smith, Miss Parsons, M. Doenges, D. Brown, J. Stonesifer, E. Cronhardt, B. Barstow, W. Fritts. H. Blank, D. Brown, H. Burnham, D. Harvey, E. Wagner, W. McComas, E. Purcell, R. Long, M. Carman, V. Aly bolt, E. Ba.-sler, E. M. Gill. J. Beck, C. Kneller, S. Green, W. Tillman, J. Johnson, J. Bollinger, K. Fertitta, F. Sapp, S. Jones, F. New- beck, A. Mattuci. T. Norris, E. Miller, R. Lessner, C. Levine, J. Gill, B. J. Cockey, L S rinkle W. Geor e, C. Long, L. P 1 El Fanslmi. Class Of 1946 HOMEROOM 101 MISS TIPTON M. Vagnoni, L. Lent, J. Stansbury, F. Jones, Miss Tipton, M. R. Maye, J Gault, G. Sutch, H. Bean, J. Naylor M. J. Anderson. J. Wilhelm, L. Miller, W. Yox, H Blann, V. Blaylock, M. Schreck, B. J Merriken, F.. Roes, R. Pearce, R. Allan, J. Korman, M. Poe. C. Burnham, L. Cramhlett, C. Hudg ins, F. Turner, W. Cox, O. Brenne man, W. Bosley, J. Fell, C. Miller. C. Heintzman, G. Fritz, N. Smith, L. Forsythe, M. Person, A. Tullis, V Rawlings, L. R. Coblentz, W. Ditsch. HOMEROOM 206 MR. BOYLAN H. Wertz, S. Crimes, J. MacCallum, C. Burton, M. Shriver, B. Christian T. Fritz, M. Corroum, A. Booze, E Storms, E. Bauhlitz, H. Welsch. T. Gardner, B. Smith, R. Love, C. Abbott, D. Darling, M. Warfield, M Barstow, H. Burton, M. Knatz, S. Belt, D. Simmonds, H. Baker, D. Bosley, C Moser. HOMEROOM 204 MRS. WILDS N. Shipley, V. Robinson, D. Wilson E. Raver, G. Heisse, M. Cockey, M. E Keuef, R. Buell, A. Miner, J. Hoff: man, B. Trainor, M. Rellinghaus. W. Caman, E. Molesworth, I. Arma- cost, C. Thompson, R. Manger, M. Schmedes, E. Sullivan, L. Leonard, J. Golerecht, N. Grimes, C. Byerly, E. Stevens, C. Wisner, R. Merriken, Mrs. Wilds. J. Traband, E. Weis, B. Chadwick, A. Cullison, S. Bouis, E. Fick, G. Lentz, M. Larkins, A. Murray, L. Schultz. HOMEROOM 205 MR. GISRIEL R. Armacost, T. Nolte, T. Hollen- baugh, D. Miller, B. Knatz, E. Martin, T. Stevenson, P. Wagner, A. Moles- worth, B. Harmon, B. Tenney, M. E. Davis, G. Myers, M. Wicker. A. Korlman, J. Kneller, M. Carr, M. V. Rinehart, E. Childs, J. Yates, C. Georg, F. A. Harrison, M. R. Arms' cost, D. Crane, D. Raver. B. Pape, R. Gosnell, B. Yingling, J. Klein, B. Higgs. J. Lawson, S. Zlel, D. Noel, G. Cox, Mr. Gisriel. M. Study, D. Martin, V. Carver, C. Benedict, B. Hoff, P. Reese, G. 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W Anllclpo Q, Seven long vears we had vvorked and now we were entermg lugh school, our first tep 1n the DCUIFIIIIIIW of our successful careers Several of the more ambmous stude :ts 1ntended to be the Pre ldent of the Unlted States, whlle others were, how ever satlsfied w1th belnff hls secretary or one of the lesser officlals We had Henry KHISCIS and Glenn L 'Vlartms 111 our bunch, too The bovs ranffed from blg bus: ness men down to the bottom of the ladder Among the glrls were Clara Bartons and lenny Llnds Absolutely all were gomg to be professlonals ln one lme or an other To us these were not dreams but accepted facts We would be axrplane manufacturers, senators, professors, and firemen Thls was our attitude when we trud d to Franklm for the firt time 1n 1939 To our bevvllderment and dellght we found ourselves part of, what seemed to us '1 huge, well organlzed student body Not long after we had found ourselves the senxors and upperclassmen gave us the works lhe blg men of the faculty Messrs Colburn, Seabold and Whteler, protected us somewhat, however, from these 1n1t1a tlons bnaccustomed as we were to chanvmg classes, our excltement astonlshed our teachers Of course several of us got lost The glrls usually wound up 1n elt ter the bovs shop or boller room and the boys IH the gxrls locker room or chemistry lab Only once dld we make the mistake of walkmg m on the second year French class We were happy, though, and tackled our subjects wlth v1m especlally those of us who took Lat1n A contmuous SCIICS of surprlses held us through our first vear, and IH the fall of our second year we agaln plcked up our books YVe sophlstlcated sophomores were very much grown up then We were even so bold as to venture out at nlght to attend the AA dances The Roman Weddmg we had worked on so hard, thrilled us, and we took great pr1de 1n presentlng 1t We kept rlght on wlth our lessons, however, and we found that Mr Seabolds study was the only one ln whmch we could get anythlng done The annual spring tour of the blologv class lnterested us greatly and we filled our pockets w1th specimens of leaves toads, garden worms, and grasshoppers At thls tlme Presldent Roosevelt was runnlng for third term, and after heated dlscusslons 1n the CIVICS classes, our student body cast their ballots Our large margm favorable to 'VIr Roosevelt was verlfied by the natlonal electlon returns Then after we settled fhe Jumor year proved to be very enhghtemng We were allowed more pr1v1 legesgsat least we got away wlth more On December 7th we were all struck w1th amazement at Japan s attack on Pearl Harbor It was a solemn occaslon when we gathered ln the audltorlum on December 8th to llsten to Congress declare war on the Axls It brought the real1zat1on of war stral ht home to Us Th1s had a very definlte effect on the student body Although 1t dld not dlshearten u , 1t dxd brmv about a sober attltude in our conduct at school 'v erv early 1n the vear we began work on the ,Tumor Semor Any morn1ng one could find -Xndv Hubbard measurlng the audltorlum and gazmg m sllent study Seldom a dav passed when there wasnt a notlce on the dally bulletln to the effect that the refreshment detoratron, orchestra, or varlous other commlttees would meet 1n room 110 at 12 10 lf there IS ever a date to remember 1t IS March 6th 194-2 the nlght for which we had been worklnff so many weeks Not very often have vlsxtors seen the audl torlum decorated 1n such an 3I'l.lSllC fashlon Revolvlng from the center of the cexhnv was a huve mlrrored ball and from the corners soft llghts played upon ll refleftlnff on the floor and on the sllver stars on the CUTIHIIIS Wlth thls, our first formll dance we felt that we had achleved success ln our ,lumor Year Wenlors at last' Now the tables had tumed and we dlshed out, our supen orltv tn the fre hmen We 0I'0"'llllZE'd our class agam and tackled the large task l ft: u lIl1Illt'4llllPl'v The ofhters were Chosen and the DIAL staff was set up llm I v 1 1 Urn at dell of pamc as we were wamed threatened, and begged to 32 2 D C 1 L 1 . v I .A ' is ' ' . T - A Y C n L u i V l Q n D 4 0 'V D V ' . U , -. - 1 1 t ' . v , - up ' l D . C- ' 1 f C ' ' - ' 1 - 1 ' ' 7 x as , as ' ' - - . , . X Y D Q s V V i, . ' . . , . A ,. , , ' 66 97 ' , . . . V l .f 7 A . 1 .. 1 ' l l . that question we retired for our summer vacation. LG ' 79 . . ' 9 - ll' To I . 0 . . . S . . . D . . i , I . , q . . K D ' 1 ' ' rj 1 V C' ' l 1 . r . i ' ' , ' , v 44 - a . . I I S 1 Y x rc . . , ut' rc- s z '. ' , ' , A , ' ' 1- 1- va s 1 P fa z . ' ' ' , eo lze, Pop esq brm 1n adyertlsements and boosters This year December 7th held a double mean ks well as bein the first annlversary of the war xt was also the dead lme for 111 the money to be m We walted anxlously for the Cl t bells Slglllftlllg the at tamed goal How llke angel mus1c lt sounded when at last the good news came' Our thoughts and prayers wlll always be with those boys that Jomed the armed forces not lonv after the1r entrance into the1r sen1or year The1r unselfish sacrlfice ln enltstmg w1ll stand out ln our memorles We hope that they w1ll always keep ln ouch w1th us whether they be far or near We deeply appreciated the honor of being guests at the ,lunlor Semor party and we congratulate the ,Iumors upon the success of the1r dance As we go to press we still have lmportant events ahead of us to which we tagerly look forward Class Nlght 18 t.he one event whlch none of us w1ll want to 'I'llSS Those last few hours which mark the end of our assoclatron as a un1ted lla s w1ll pass too qulcklv we know and we intend to make It an occaslon lon to be remembered Tears mlxed wlth presents flowers and diplomas w1ll be with us the evenlng of our graduatlon We truly feel honored to be graduatmg from such a grand school as Franklm is we leave Franklin we leave behind some of the happiest years of our lives We w1ll cherlsh the memory of the frlends we have made and although years pas by our school mates will always be remembered We w1ll be grateful to our teachers who so pat1ently gave their tlme and eB'ort 1n the moulding of our l1ves And now that we have graduated let us take a look lnto future The time IQ June 194-8 The commumty 13 filled w1th our classmates Down the street come two figures very natty ln the1r Navy officers umform and with a famlllar swlng to the1r walk It is none other than W1lson McBurney and Emory Peregoy They have a week end leave and have come to Baltimore to look up some of the1r friends The first person they see IS Wernon Glll lookm uper 1n hls Marlne umfomi The boys declde to tour the town together Around society reporter on the Sun Stopping a moment to chat with them she tells them that Jeanne Thomson and Glen Shipley are also working for the same paper and that lt would be nlce lf they would drop around to the UTIIVCISITY Hospital where Jean Pearce Bernlce Copper and Audrey Bowllng are nurses They decide that lf they do this tour systematically they w1ll accompllsh more Their first stop IS the Cas and Electric Company where Arthur Berryman and ffor e Schreck work as electrlcal englneers and Rita He1se Marv Adele Hubbard md Dorothy Hall work ln the offices In a bank across the street Woodrow Noel and Clfford Blaylock work as bookkeepers while Carroll Eppley and Dorothy lxoenxg are secretarles to the presldent and VICC presldent respectively Carl Schuster has just begun hls career tn optometry The office nurse IS Betty lluther and the frlendlv receptlonlsts are Dorothy Sulhvan and Alma Brown Two doors down Wllbur Schaeffer and John Bumham have establlshed the1r archltect busmcss and certamly dldnt forget the secretarial abllltles of their friends for Dorothy Tracey Betty Seaton and Audrey Grunm handle their correspondence The boys find themselves on Charles Street There IS located the ultra modern dress shop run by Lola lVlart1n and Bettve Harvey whose excluslve designs are modeled by Katherlne Schmldt and worn by the best of Baltlmore SOClCly The lnterlor decoratlons were created by ,lacquelme Rouchard who IS at the present time ln New York where she expects to meet ,lane Bartgxs and 'Nancy Cronhardt who will return from Spam they are hostesses on the TV A Llne Stlll on Charles Street and the boys stop ln at the mfty photo shop Jomtlv owned bv Vlelun 4 ne and Rlchard Fleagle In these shops Marian Wlley and Myrtle Brown are employed a steno raphers Thelr next XlSll 14 the Enoch Pratt Free Llbrarv where Bettv Stultz IS assistant l1br'1r1an Eyelyn Helntzman furmshes the partons with mforrnatlon and Margie Gull and Margaret Korman are stenographers The Red Cross has established a 33 . I . U . Y . . - C ' 9 ing. , ' ' g ' ' ' . . . P . . ' . M . 1 " . . V, 7 ' Y . i G 1. . . . . U ' ' , 7 C ' 9 3 v v . , . ' v 1 D S 1,7 ' , . . Y . . , . Q , , . . I . , . . U 1 1 p 1 C s ' . ' . the corner comes a young lady obviously in a hurryg ,lane Botts, who works as a - , as as - - A' 4 ' 9 , , . , . I, rg L . . . . , 4 4 1 Y. , . 'V r Q 1 1 1 K . Y. . . . g . . . . . . I .i 1 - P A . 1 , . . V . 7 . L 7 V . . . . 1 I L W. A g 4 K . s U - ,. . i - .S . booth in the lobby and Reglna Grlmm and Evelyn Warl-. look loyely sitting there in nur es uniforms The bovs hop 1nto a taxi and head for the mdustrral section of the clty A1 the Glenn L Nlartm Plant George Follmer and Jacob Frederick are employed in the en 1neer1n department while Billy Havlland Kelth Fuller Yernon Randall and Dorothy Dorsey work 1n the ofhces Thelr next stop IS Bethlehem Steel These ofhces weld such familiar faces as Elwood Mlchael Nernon Mummert and Robert Kagle who work as filing clerks and bookkeepers and Doris Garman Ellzabeth Lau and 'Nlary Rater as secretarles On their way uptown they stop at Fletcher New s laboratory where he constantly experiments with varlous chemlcals As they head towards their happv hunting grounds of a few vears 'ago they are not surprised to find Ann Woodrm, as a conductorette on the Baltlmorr Transit bus Belleye it or,not Fred Eckhardt is working as an undertaker and soon hopes to start his own establishment In PlkCSVlllC Charles Kellar IS a prospermg yetermarian with Eleanor Johnson as his secretary At the Maryland Dairy Assoclatlon Walter u1nt1n IS working as a laboratory technician and this same company employs Helen Pobletts Margaret Crawford and Mary Belt as secretaries Lerov Constantine happens by at that moment with a truck load of green yegetables from his fathers farm They haye found thelr way to Relsterstown by this tlme and stop in at the school to say hello to the faculty They declde to drop into Lindy s for a coke There IH a booth sit Warren Mlller who 15 a surveyor and Leon and Kenneth Meeklna and Frank Adams who are employed as engineers by the Baltimore Clty Water Department to construct a dam Mary and Bertha Randall work as telephone operators for the C Sz P Howard Peltzer and Jane Walter have jobs in the Relsterstown Savings Bank Whrle here they decide to run down to Walter Scott s farm where he raises thorough bred stock which have taken PIIZCS at state and national falrs The bovs have found lt lmpossxble to see all their friends for some of them are trayellng 1n various parts of the world Gilbert Fadely Billy Harrison Paul Warehlme Stanley Hanna and Albert Crrswell are engineers and have been sent to foreign countrles by the government and their companies Donald Klng and Edgar Mosner hold c1v1l service jobs 1n WHSh1HglOH Ruth Fmch lS a lNavy Nurse statloned in Ylrgmla MBIIC Colofen and Phyllls Stolpp entered the field of av1at1on and are now making a tour of South Amerlca Vlrglnla Arbaugh Dorothy Moser Dorls 'Norfolk and Maxlne McKnight have chosen nurslng and are rn varlous hospitals John Spence contlnued ln the field of music and thls week end IS giving a concert in Philadelphia Dean MCC01d chose to be a salesman and a high pre sure one at that His results were great and he IS now manager of one of the branch offi es This belng June Margaret Klein Violet Carr and Altea Vagnonl who became teachers are away taking summer courses Betsy Richmond chose the field of chemistry and IS now employed by the DuPont Plant in New ,lersev Gloria Kohler IS a r1s1ng young actress and IS appearing thls week in a new Broadway production George Williams IS a Junior member of an up and coming law iirm Charle Klein wears the wings of the Arr Force while the Army lays clalm to Willlam Anderson and Billy Harmon w1th Robert Hudgms and Howard Espey doing their Job 1n the Navy The boys d6CldC to wind up the evemng by going to the Chesapeake Lounge where the sweet music of Stanley 'Vlayers orchestra and the golden WOICC of hls yocall t Frances Brocato are the current attractions Xnd o ends a perfect day The students of -13 are now well on the way to IHIPQ Happy murney ending to them all 34 u , 1 . . 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De Muth E Dorsey Dorsey J Orton Dorsey W C Duer M1ss Helen Duncan Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Miss Frances Miss Grace S Mr and Mrs Miss Dorothy Mr Harry E Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs I' r and Mrs H N Botten Mrs Stanley Bouls Miss Orma Bowersox Mr Edward Bowen Mr J Levermg Bowen Mrs Katherme Bowen Mrs W F Boyd Mr and Mrs Lewis Brantley Mr and Mr H R Bridgewater Mr Joseph H Brocato Mr and Mrs Herbert T Brown Miss Genevle Brown Mr and Mrs Joseph M Brown Miss Mvrtle Brown Mr Phillip R Brown Miss Margaret Bryan Miss Mary E Bucher I' I' I' I' I' and Mrs A A Dyer Robert Eckert and Mrs C N Eckhardt and Mrs C R Eckhardt and Mrs Fred S Eckhardt Miss Jean and Mr Jimmy Eckhardt Miss Myrtle Eckhardt I' 1' l' I' I' I' l' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' Maur1ce F Ensor Jr Carroll Eppley 43 and Mrs Norman C Eppley and Mrs Albert A Essig Sr and Mrs Charles Eyler and Mrs Arthur Lee Fadely and Mrs Curtis E Fadely and Mrs George Fanshaw Eli Fedder and Mrs M Field Robert M Finnegan and Mrs James E Fisher and Mrs Roland Fisher Ben Fleagh and Mr James E Fleagle and Mrs George H Follmer and Mrs William Forwood Mrs Harry E Fox Mrs Elmer Frank Mr John A Frank Miss Margureite Frank Mrs Frantz Mr and Mr J A Frederick Sr Mr Dewey S Fritz Misses Laura and Ruth Fritz I' I' I' Hrs I I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' r Mr and Mrs R Buchman and Mrs R Buchmghan and Mrs R D Burk E ther S Callahan and Mr Arthur Caltrider and Mrs Howard E Caltrider and Mrs Chris C Campbell Edward Carlisle C H Carpenter George Carr and Mr Caughy and Mrs G M ecil Eyerett Chapman Alfred P Chenoweth and Mr Norman Chew and Mrs Chew and Mrs E Sarlr Childs Mxss Margaret Gabriel I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' s Hilda Garber Frank Garman and Mr George Garman Glady Garman and Mr Cuy Garman John C Camian John G Gamer Joe and Mi June Gault Jerry Cearx and Mr Robert B Ceorge and Mrs Nernon Gill anr Mr Malter Gill Lieut and Mr Maynard Gleason I' I' I F D Gooch Jr and Mr Fred Goldin and Mr J N Gorbm I' I' I' 1 I' I' I' I' QV I' I' I' I' I' I' Charles Gore and Mrs Earle Gore 1 ladys Gormen J I Gor uch Jennie Ann Gray an Mr C C ray and Mr C Edwin Green and Mrs Herbert Grifiiths and Mrs A Olin Grimes L D Gruber Butrly May Grun llrlrn S Grun and Mrs M G Hale and Mr fharle L Hammond and Mrs Rowe Hanna and Mrs Guy Harden and Mr Morris Harden s Marie llarde ty I' I' KV I' D ls I' I' I' I' RegIgI1e Harmon and Mrs Robert Harmon .mtl Mrs Lrnet T Harrison and Mrs J W Harrison Joshua C Haney ts Kola and Helen R Harvey lnul Hauser William Hauland and Mrs Robert J Healy Earl Hein iss Y irgmia Hein I' I' I'S I' I' I' I' 1' I' I' I' I' r r r r r r r r r r N rs r ex I' I' s Corp I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I' I I' and Mrs Arthur Hemtzman and Mrs C S Hemtzman August H8156 W1ll1am Hezse Earl G Hem B Herman Eli E Hewitt USN and Mrs George Hill and Mrs Henry C Hlpsley Rowe Hlpsley and Mrs Carroll E Httchcock and Mrs W C Hoadley and Mrs Guilford E Hoff E W Hofmeister and Mrs William Hooper Jr and Mrs W H Hoover Henry H Howard and Mrs Robert Howard and Mrs Gordon Hudglns Andrew C Hubbard SRC and Mr Andrew Hubbard Sr John Hunt 39 Maude Dans Hyatt Dorothy M Jenkins P J Jen n Annie Jones and Mrs H W ones Marun Jones Mildred E Jones Thomas Jones USMC Bill John on and Mr George M Johnson and Mrs l aac John on and 'lr fhri tian H lxahl a Mr M R ahl and Mr Dent hayanaugh .Stl Harry Kav and Mr Thoma L Keating and Mr William lxeir lxe ar John D lxtllar L SN R hn F lv an Mr Milli G Ke ar Miss Margaret kennedy Mr and Mr M C lxilbourne Mr and Mr Donald King Mr and Mr Howard M lung L ut and Mr Ralph D King I ' I I . 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A '- I ' Molesworth Mr Wlutey Morrrs r and Mrs Eugene Moser N rs Era Mosner r Kenneth F Mosner r Olner L Mosner r and 'Mrs W F Mullen Mr and Mrs George Mummaugh Mlss Esther M Murlt Mr James E Myers Jr Mrss Janet Myers Mr Solomon Myers Mr and Mrs Rexd J Nagel Mrs Henry W Natwtck Mr and Mrs Orrick Naylor r and Mrs Mr and Mrs John Edward Neff Mr and Mrs Charles W New Mr Fletcher New Masses Nanette and Hanna M New Mr and Mrs Davrd H Nrcoll Mr and Mrs J Neuman Numsen Mr and Mrs Wesley Oats Mrs George Oertel Mr C Nelson Owmgs, Jr Mrs I C Palmer Mr and Mrs Phtllrp J Pape Mr C M Peacock Mr and Mrs Donald E Pearce Mrs Charles Peelmg Master Franklm M Peltzer J Howard Peltzer I H Penn Sr Pfeffer Wrllmam D Peregny Ralph L Person L Marklyn PTICC Clarence Purce Clifton J Purcell Harry C Purcell r and Mrs r and Mrs r Kephart and Mrs r and Mrs r and Mrs r and Mrs r and Mrs r and Mrs ts 'Vellre Purcell r and Mrs Walter P Qumtm r and Mrs Charles F Rader Jr r Henry Raetzer Mrsses Bertha and Mary Randall Mrs Bertha E Randall and Famtly Mr and Mrs Carl V Randall M1ss Dons M Randall Mrs John Randall r and Mrs Vemon H Randall r and Mrs G E Raver r and Mrs John Raver v Herchel Reese r and Mrs George Rhoten rss Betsy Rlchmond r James K Rrchmond r and Mrs J M Rlchmond, Jr r Wllllam M Rlgler r Charles Roach r and Mrs Damel Robmson Ml Mrs Florence R Robmson Mr George W Robinson Mr and Mrs Albert Rogers Jr Mr and Mrs Edgar G Rohde 'MISS Helen Carroll Rohr Mr and Mrs Henry Roschen M1ss Frances M Rouchard r and Mrs Raymond Russell r George Ryland r G Albert Salter Edward Soppersteln r and Mrs Elmer Schaefer M1ss Barbara Schmall 40 Mr and Mrs Charles F Schmrdt Mxss Jenme Schmeder r and Mrs Alfred Schreck r Carl G Schuster .l r and Mrs Carl G Schuster Sr r and Mrs W E Schwartz and Mrs J H Scott M1ss Phxlena Scott M1ss Yerna E Scott Mr and Mrs C W Seabold Mr and Mrs G W Seabold Sr Mr and lMrs Edward SchaeHer 'Mrs J Wxlbur ShaeHer Mr J Wllbur Shaefier Miss Loulse ShaeHer s Flame Robxnson I I I I I Shapiro Edgar B Shxpley and Mrs Glen Shtpley and lMrs Webster Shxpley and Mrs W R Sxltman M1ss Bonnie Slsklnd M1ss Merab Small Mr and Mrs Arthur Smlth Mr Chfton Smlth Mr and Mrs Mlchael Paul Smxth M1ss Rhoda R Smlth I I I I I I I I I IS I I I I I I I I I I I A C Smlthson Charles W Snyder Lester Snyder H Spauldmg John Spence C E Stansbury R R Stansbury Roland Stansfield G H Stewart Sr and Mrs Wllllarn J Stevenson Leola M Stolpp Alfred Stran C W Sullivan Frank Tanghey Harry W Tavlor W W Taylor Alexander Thomson E A Thomas Thomas E Thompson umtln R Tracey and Mrs Guy S Tregoe R Trodler and Mrs Carroll Turner Frank Updegraff and Mrs Ernest Vagnonr and lMrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Msr and Mrs BD HIL 811 all Hn 8l"l rs rs 'N rs rs ll rs rs and Mrs M1ss Mary Vagnonr Mr Remo Yagnoru Pvt George Vernon Verse Mr and Mrs Carl F Vohden Mr and Mrs C A von Gunten M1ss Flo Ella Waddell Mr and Mrs Norman E Waesche Mrs Julla Wagner Miss Lula M Wagoner Mr Edward Warfield Mrs H N Warfield Mr and Mrs Edward J Wark Lxeut Marlon K Wark I I I I I I and Mrs Kenneth E Wantz and Mrs Frank C Watts and Mrs Thomas J Watts and Mrs Walter Watts Walter Wenzel and Mrs Edward Were ss Anne Weller I I and Mrs W Horace Wheeler E Sturman Whlte M1ss Adlee Whrtely Mrs E B Whrtman M1 s Addalee Wilhelm Mrs Margaret Wtlllams Mr Wrlbur Wllllams Mr C Wrlson M1ss Hester May Wilson Mr Calvln Wltty Mr and Mrs Ernest E Wooden Mrs Margaret Wnght Mr P C Wroe Mr W Clarke Wroe Mtsses Edlth and Katherme Yost Mr and Mrs Joseph Zepp Complrments of Many Friends 5- . Roch ., .,. gf.. iff Q i-M11 l -1 '75 J. T. 2 3 g Q L 45 'f,. in x 9,19 CAE A dLfIlOI1U3tl0fl of thc prrnted beauty and power of Xf1lJI ltone the most modern of the GI'dpll1C Arts processes I nom 1 rn Bx H G ROEBUCK 81 SON 119121 WEST MULRERRY STREET BALTIMORE MARYLAND MERLIN BALIBAN PHoTooRAPHY Hlghest uallty Workrnanshlp and efllclent serv ICC to many outstandlng schools and colleges yearly Of1ic1al Photographers to The 1943 DIAL- FRAWKLIN HIGH SCHOOL All Po1'tra1ts appearlng ln thls publ1cat1on have been placed on file ln our Stl1d1OS and can be dupllcated at any tlme for personal use Wrzte or call or urtlzer In ormazzon 1010 Lhestnut Street PIIII UJPLPIIIA PA 5 ia ' Specialists in Yearbook Photography, providing , . , . . . . . . O JOSEPH L MATHIAS 'SICRII S1 L Phone 121 Westminster Md Plkf ullf Id BALTINIORE 'XID Phone Pnke I-1-1 I'oret 1700 beyond cntxczsm m every servzce regard less of pnce 5 BYER5 nm -fig,-,,,.. l.lBlR'l'Y 2607 5005 PARK HEIGHTS AVL SUCCESS TO THE GRADUATE IINSIST ON XIILK IN STERILIZED GLASS BOTTLES because they are HYGIENIC ECONOVIICAI STLRIJX Tran parent Hou can we tne cream IIIISI Odorle 'md Imxen BUCK GLASS COMPANY Ilanzllarturers oi Ballunure H1111 Boltles for Wore llzan A f uarler oj a felzlurw BALTIMORE MARX I AN Sie W lmt Inu frm Bus Buy In Glues D LOVIPLIIVIENTS OF BRUEHL S STORE 8' Hzgh Crazle Meats Prnmszonw FLLF SLRX ICE P1keQx1IIe WICI And Ofocerzes Rlt If V DLLIXIRILS 51 . CIO I NIL. 1 n,N.,NC'1906 ' . ' ' ,I . -.N. e : ' s. I s I ,. , Ii ' I' I , ,-S I I Sz , ' - ' - 'H SSL "' If 'r . ' ' 's. '- ,.A f" J ' If ' ..', X ' I -I' H I - 1' 1 . . L I , K. -. ,I S' , , X e'S. JI- E P CULLISON FIELDS PHARMACY General Melchandl e Feed Llme Feltlllzer and xldllllfld lxepalr IHXI4 SX II I E HARXI AND BORING Nl XIHI NND The lu tall btorc 'lhe Hot Nllldbll D1 ug Slum Ill Baltlmole Countw FRIIQ Uellu w 'Nhuom XIVIUNH IHOP CONIPLINIENTS OF Western Maryland College WESTMINSTER MARYLAND 52 Phone: Reisterstowu 64-.l O U - ' 's , , ' A ' l ' ' l ' 5 , f - 1 mv ,.,, , , , . ,. - 1 1 W I ' I A , . A . Cunlplilnonts of 54 3 , A as " I l . 5 - V: ' Q -1 ' - Q L ' "r" Plume - -Rvislr-rslown 306 A v 'Y I " ' 1 -YW D ' 1 REISTERSTOWN SAVINGS BANK BALTINIORE COLNTY NIAR3 LXND lccounts Solzcztefl COMMERCIAL SAVINGS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS baje Deposzt Boxes for Ran! NIENIBLR FEDLI XL DLI ODIT INSLRANLI CORIORATION CONIPLINIILB TS REISTERSTOWN LUMBER COMPANY W D Grofi Cvldlll Ind P10111 Coil Lxme md Iemcnt FER IIILIZERS KN D SILEDS HF ADQL ARTERS OF SOLTHEIIN STATES QL XLITH SI PPLIIAS 1 ' f ' 4, I - - - , - - - - , ' :J 'Jf' 'H' 'N' J .' 1 . l. L .1 - 4 1 Reisterstown 270 Pikesville 121-R f 7' 1' L . N , . . of .X X 13 . . . , . .. , . . . 7 f 9 9 '- 7 N E A ' . , Y . A W- f. - I . - . AA 14 . J Y . -. S . L I S A 7, , , T 1 ' A g ,' A TOOL DESIGN 'VILXCHINE DESIGN PL XNNING McGOWAN ENGINEERING SERVICE 486 PAWTUCKET AWE PAWTUCKET R I Phone Perry 9536 Phone Plkes 208 THE CLASS OF 1943 WISHL5 TO THANK THOSE WHO HELPLD MAKE "The D1al A SUCCESS DEPOSITORS FIRST Th1s bank does busmess on the pr1nc1pIe that your convenlence and satlsfactlon are the first conslderatxons FARMERS 81 MERCHANTS BANK Fowhrsbur Maryland Member Federal Depost In urancc Corporauon COXIPLIVIENTS OF GLYN DON PERMANENT BUILDING ASSOCIATION ILE NDON NIARXLAND Founded 1887 64 99 X. 1- ., , - ' r - - as , . . Baltimore OfIice . . . . - A LI 1 f. A I ' . L' , , U , D7 .1 . i S ' P One Re Ierto n O8 I GEORGE A QENTZ BERRYNIAN S LANE REIS GENERAL REPAIRING Battery qervxce Ga O11 and Greases AAA Sen ICC Small Lathe Work Hlgh Pressure Greasmg THE BALTIMORE FEED AND GRAIN COMPANY 2341 BOSTON STREET Baltlmore Maryland Manufacturer Of BLL Poultry Dalry and Llvestock Feeds CONIPLINIENTS OF AMERICAN STORE PIKESVILLE NI ARE L AND BURKHOLDER'S SERVICE STATION OWIINGS 'VIILLS MD Phone Re Sterstown 2311 RINAMAN 81 BROWN BUILDIRS AND FARMERS SUPPLIES LUMBER A FLLL LINE OF STOILEP COAL ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED HAMPSTEAD MARX LAND Phone Hampstead 50 F0 IIPLIIIEIN TS OF OTTO A DOEBEREINER Park Hel hts 3. Rogers Ave VERNON L SULLIVAN GROCERIEQ NIEATS FRESH VEGETABLES Plkesulle O81 GARRISON MARY LAND JAS CHRISTY COAL CO KINCSLEY ROAD Ovun S M1115 Md Phone Re ter to n 318 BEST OF PFNNS ANTHRACITE h : is S w '5- - A -P s.f I . I, . M V. , S, . 7 A I . , A A .A ' 1 , I , . . - J ' S 3 I 1 ' : i - CUMPLIMENTS OF I I I I , 7 7 I 1 ' I' ' I '-' A f 7 . 1 ' 9 A g ' . . T I ,T Y. U . 1 a pf C , . : is S w ' ' 7 Y I - I ,I'I'. ' GOUCHER TASE Inc. BUILDERS 905 LUHEDRAI STREET B Xl IINIORE MARX LAND REISTERSTOWN MOTOR CO E G IXOENIG Propnetor WESTMIWSTER ROAD REISTERSTOWN XID PHONE REIQ 686 Car Wa h g R pa W llard Batt r e a d MAE MATTHEW S BEAUTY SALON lllb Rel tm town Road Complete Beauty benz e PIRESWILLE MARYLAND Pk lle Charles R Rogers REAL ESTATE For bet results 11 t your farm wlth me BI ALRROFK ROAD Hampstead Maryland I IIONL IIANIPNI EAD 84 W I XRNIN lOl XTRX IIONIES 3 . w M .' g . E ,. 1 Y , .A 1 . . L . . . , . f , - . 'S in e iring . . S S ' 1 exs ' Gas n Oil ' w, f J 1 1 , 1 A f 55 4-5 . K , A,.M A -, I ' yy 1.1: 4. -, , - - v s , 4 ..' i'esvi 2568 Plke ulle oo J BASLERS SERVICE STATION SUNOCO A to I Iubrxcdtlon H A CLARK Licensed Plumber Plumbm 'md Hfatmg umps In tailed nd Repalred Hfpur Work Promptlw Attended to tu OIL lrwmr REPAIHQ ALKLSSORIES RHuTERQT0WN MARYLAND Soft Dnnks fonfecuonery From X Graduate I Q ,i5gg,-- . g K ? . A , . I . P ' s a ' 1.5, . 1:13 . 3 hi V . . - . , , . X,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::x lr 2 '- 'n H In 1 'r An 3 z 'r 4+ 5 Old ' 5 4 Q S S 5 5 U 5 0 5 U 5 N f::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,54 PRAISE THE LORD AND PASS THE AMIIUNITION Samuel W vonGunten Rex ter to 307 W Clgar SI Confectlonexy WALTER ARNIACOST 8 SONI New and Used Parts of All Klnds Old Cars and Scrap IVIetal Bougut AUTO SEBI ICE 8. FILLING STATION CO 'IIPLI 'IIE NTS OF Plkesvllle Volunteer F1 re Company MARY JAN E BEAUTY SALON 36 Mam Street South S1de Reisterstown Maryland INDIVIDUAL PERMANEIV TS FOR EVERYONE Phone Re sterstown 193 TH E CHESAPEAKE COAL COMPANY 60 W Ollver St "It Pays to Buy the Best" Baltlmore Md Yernon 3930 COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE FIRE APPRAISALS WILLIANI F CHEW AND COMPANY BUILDFRS 1328 Relsterstown Road Plkesvllle, Md 'S s wn - . S Y I 4 v - 1 ' L - , , . ' ' v I' II FOWLERSBURC, MD. I . I I C 5 1 : i 1 . . I I Reis. 134 and 135 JOHN GREBNER 29 Nlain St.. Reislertown. Md. SELECT GROCERIES. MEATS FRLITS. AND VEGETABLES There if no substitute for quality Wheeler Chevrolet S ales HI-IMPSTEAD. 11,xm'LAxD MLSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS FLOOR SHOWS VI olfe 0927 J J OE HEILMAN AND HIS RHYTHMAIRES PUBLIC ADDRESS 1219 North Bradfold St SYSTFNI Baltimore Md PIKESVILLE MEAT MARKET DI CRISPINO BROS CROCLRIF9 SFI ECT 'VIEATS Home Ixzllea' Poultry 606 R01 Rd xl Qlacle Axe Pke 138 IREF DELIVERY REISTERSTOWN TAILOR MD PROVISIUNS CLEANING PRESSING i s. 1 , , M, I Illfillf Pike ulle '161 L IVICGIJIRE FLORIST llouers For All Occaszons FLORAL DESIGNS CUT FLOWERS 8. PLANTS Buy direct from the greenhouse Re1 terstovm at Woodholrne Ave CONIII INII N'Iw OF STEWART X ETERINARY HOSPITAL PIKESI II LE 'VID Pikesville 680 IONIPLVVIENTS OF PIKESVILLE GARAGE FONIPLINIEIXTS OF 5 l0c to S100 STORE PIKESX ILLE MARX LAND LOVIPI IVIENTS OF IJPTOWN PIMLILO AV ALON PIKES Paironzze Your Nezghborhood Movies Ie Clothe the Entire F'1m1ly Tour Dollars Bm More at The ECONOMY STORE Reisterstomns Sllopplng Center REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND G B CALTRIDER Hardware Feed Ferexhzer Paints Oils House Chlnaware Roofing Wire Fencing Purina and Larro Feeds Relstertown 161 162 REISTERSTOWN MD n 1 n 310 rl mn PELTZER S SERVICE STATION GAS OILWGREASES ACCESSORIES TIRES TUBES 510 'Vlam Street R1-:1sTr:RsTowN MARYLAND ' 2 " 5 " f' - w : H fe . ' . 1 . V , " I I , A . 'S . N , xx ' . ' - . V , . V, I ' O I 9 9 I 1 7 . 7 ' Y Furnishings, Pipe and Fittings, Glassware, I 9 7 I. I 1 E , . . , I , f T , . A A l A ' Phu f-4: Reel:-rftnm' . Rf-isle Q rn ' 2,14 y 9 l 9 C ONIPLINIENTE A FRIEND QAFE DFP0 IT BoxEs EOR REVT THE PEOPLE S BANK PIKESYILLE LID Commermal Depo ltS Savlng Depobltb Chrl tm IE Fund Federal Depo lt In urance Corporatlon xI3XlmU I Each Deposltor So OOO 00 Wheeler E99 Cole COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE OFFUTT BUILDING TOWSOW MARYLAND LAVIN S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIOWS FILLED WHILE You WAIT YOUR DOCTOR 9 DRUG STORE A RegIstered Pharmaclt ilwavs In Charge i M. A S A' A -1. . - - , , , I I OF ' I ' . 5. . S ff' Q 'S z ' S Member S' s ' I ' II " ', . I A A. . . .... , I , L n . .S Phone L1bertx 1.331 CARVER VANS Incorporated L M CARNER Mgr HORSE WAYS X SPECIALTY Ml1fOfd Rd near Relsterctown Rd PIRESVILLF MD Phone Pxke llle 616 ALBERT A ESSIG PAPERHANGER 402 Greenwood Rd PIKESVILLE MD COWIPLINIEXTS OF A F R I E N D WILLIAM D BROWN our RAL MERCHANDISE Select FIFCIJIHCC and Chunk Wood Dell ht Owrn s Mllls Md Phone Rels 346 THERAPIA FARM Breeder of H1 h Producln Ayrshlre Cattle OWINGS MILLS Maryland Phone Res 285 Establlshed Ower 38 Years At The Same Address Dolng General Photography MITCHELL STUDIO Calvert 0690 111 W LEXINGTON ST Bu rwromi MD TRUNDA'S SHOE SHOP TOPPOSIIC Franklm I-Ilgh Schooll Full Lme of Star Brand Shoe Ixede Rubber Footwear and Dr Scholl Remedles and Ald for the feet We Can Save You Money SHOE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY HAMPSTEAD IMPLEMENT AND SUPPLY COMPANY Hardw are Plumbmg Pamts McCorm1ck Deering Tractor 'ind Implements Phone Hamptead 135 . ,- ' :'sv' I . . , - I' fv- r .,.. 1 Y f .., . 7 ' I SC- 1 -A .J ,L LL. .U ,U . . D7 0 1 Q fr U ' ' D D 7 v . .r . . .i ... . . 7' . S. -. , , ' s . . 1' ' S " S4 I S Compliments of SEQgHH10f6 Farms A VERNON BUCHER 81 CO bp 1 g 0 REDTERQTOW 'N VARY I. AWD CODRTFQY UF THE BOXWOOD S Il mv: Rvis, 120 , , , , O I ' ' ':z'n in ,il Burner.: I COM PLIMENTS OF L. H GRIMM S GARAGE PIKESVILLE MD. CHARTLEY FARM SHIRLEY 81 SON Reg stered Ab rdeen Angu Cattl Reg stered Clyde dale Draft Horses Clydesdale Stallo Chartley Aberdeen REISTERSTOWN MARYLAND PM NEWELL'S FUNERAL HOME Sqn? A FRIEND IN TIME OF NEED Is A FRIEND INDI-:ED PIone: Pikesville 530 WILLIAM J FOLEY REALTOR and INSUROR APPRAIS ALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1413 REISTERSTOWB RD PIKESYILLE 'NTD Pikes lle 120 PIKESVILLE TAILOR CLEANING ALTERING AND DIEING LALL FOR AND DFLIVLR 140713 RFISTERSTOIIN ROAD PIKEQYILLE KID l I I I 7 i e s e Y i s ' i n li 71 7 ' vi Compliments of 9 A v . I' .V . If 4 S '4' fl ter town 224 NIEMEYER S GARAGE REIDTLHDTOWN RO KD AT DLLIGHI COUPLETE AL T0 SERVICE LNED CARS REISTILRSTOWN MXRHLABD LONIPLINILNTS OF umm mu Ib or WESTMINSTER COCA COLA Bottling Company Dm er Manor Danv W ESTNHNSTLR, NI XRX L KIND . I J 9' L' V,--. ' W I plqlnfnq f - Tv T I X Ry 9 ' - NM! ., 1 7 v , . V, I Q ,N - r v . ., , A , A . . .N . 4 A . , - 1 . . - 1 J ' in ' ' I v COVIPLINIENTS OF SEARS ROEBUCK AND COMPANY BALTIMORE MARYLAND HEADQUARTERS Fon THE THINGS YOUNG FOLKS LIKE STEWART 8. CO. FOR CLOTHES THAT Loon: WELL Its Always Been 466:15 F OR CONIMENCEMENT CLOTHES FOR GRADUATION GIFTS FOR N ACATION WARDROBEQ COVE T0 HUTZLEK BIUTHU5 6 I AND IVEAR WIELL . . . I 7 PIKESVILLE BAKERY 12082 Rel terstowsn Road P1kP xxlle Xlarwland CHRIS C CAMPBELL Tl-IIIHONE ORDERS TAKEN P11405 11121 HOME INIPROX EMENTS IOI XLI OLCASION5 Plkesvlue Maryland Open Daly 7 XXI to 8 PVI Saturday 7 ANI to 10 PNI a y 1 0 r 3 s HOME MADE ICE CREAM RETAIL AND WHOLESALE PHONE REISTERSTOWN 283 . f ',, , 2 5 I . 1 ' L Y -Y BREAD, Puts, PASTRIES, CAKES , , ,E .. x . A . . . . . . N I , . i ' 1 .. . .. . Compliments Of Mr and Mrs M1165 W McBurney PHILIP B WELSH 8- SONS ACCURATE WEATHER S y ,, ,,,,,, F, STRIP synwmo AND SCREEN CO FLOW ERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1 C 'VI Phone LIBERTY 5998 " a i owersv " a i urs" 4-002 Belvedere Ave. Bal imorf-. Md, Greenhouse: len . Orris Phone Reis, 8 LOIHPZIIIIQIIIQ 0 Park Tdford, nc emu 1 muh OF ACME MARKET REISTERSTOWIN MARYIAND Romm K ROYPR Iuoxus O W 'mam Dealer In HARD and SOFT COAL REISTERSTOWN MD WOODENSBERG GENERAL STORE 0 I 'NIUVIMERT Prop General Uerchandzse U C , , , , - , 1 Mrs. L. B. Fowble ' ' I , - Phone: Reisterstown 59-BI Phone: Reis. 44-W NIORTC AGE LO AN AND SAX INGS SINCE 1894 PIKESVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCATON THOMAS L GOODE WILLIAMJ FOLEY ROBERTJ CORBETT DR JAMES A MILLER WALTER I WELLS OFFICERS I resIdent VICE PresIdent Treasurer ASsIstant Treasurer Counselor DIRECTORS TIIOMAS E GOODE XLILLIAMJ FOLEY ROBERTJ CORBETT DR JAMES A MILLER E GLENN SHIPLEY TVALTER I WELLS BASIL J MCKIM CHARLES H HURLEY THOMAS E R FIELDS JOSEPII H BI aIIxIILIIR ALBERT SALTER Hare S Transfer EDWARD J HARE Prop Local alld Iong Dlstances Haulmg Phone B ter town 64W WOODENSBLRG, MD COLD SATURDAY FARM FIBRSBURC MARILAND Pure Bred Abeld en Angus Cattle The Beef Breed xvlth A Record Breedmg Stocx of The Best Txpe and Bloodlmes fm Sale H H HALRNEI OIINIR PETER NILIXER, HERDSNIAN , -I I lv 7 AI Av S T ' .. J . E. GLENN SHIPLEY . . I .t..., . . . .,...,...,......,...,... Secretary . . 'Sp I -3 G. 9 I - , . - 1 v , . , . 4 . 66 ' 97 . , 1 : cis s - 7 . . ' 'J ', For the best results in Skin Care-Use a com- plete set Of preparations Chemically designed to iT-RAVEL BY BUS- work together. MlLpRED MQQRE FIDELITY MOTOR COACH CO. R '2 16 eh HAMPsTEAO, MARYLAND Registered: Beauty Counselor Phone: Hampstead 15-F-14 FINE COLOGNES. SOAPS, NIAKE-ISP FRANR KLEIN Pres GEORGE KLEIN U S N V Pres COMPLIMENTS OF F J KLEIN ef SONS PLUMBING and HEATING FRANCIS KLEIN U S A Sec RALPH KLEIN Board of Dzrector J F ELINE 81 SONS KURTZ S SHOE STORE FUWERNL DIRECTORS ALL WORK GL ARANTEED Phone Rei tertown 192 Pikesulle Relstertown Rel tertown 'Nid Phone Rel 2281 . ., . ., ..., . . I I I -, ..., . , I I l 2 .S v . .. . . S. ' S '.1 . 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