Frederick High School - Last Word Yearbook (Frederick, MD)

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'ia:x., If ' I .J . e I ' J ' 4 1 ' 4 s PUBLISHED BY THE CLASS OF I956 FREDERICK Hue:-1 SCHOOL FREDERICK, MARYLAND DEDICAIION The Senior Class of Frederick High School fakes pleas- ure in derdicaling fhe l956 LAST WORD lo MR. EUGENE W. PRUITT, Superinlendenl' of Schools for Frederick Counly, I 932- I 956. EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS MARKS OUTSTANDING CAREER Afler 'rwenly-four years of service as superinfendenl' ol schools in Frederick Counfy, Mr. Eugene W. Pruilf announced recenlly his resignalion of fha? office. In his oulslandirig career over Ihe years, Mr. Pruill has seen many of his educalional dreams become a realily. There are many highlighls in Mr, Pruifrs service To Frederick Counly. Numerous building proiecls are a living memorial lo his adminislralion. Nolable among these is our own Frederick I-ligh School, housing over lhirleen hundred sfudenls, capably slalled, soundly financed, and a lasling fribule To Ihe man whose dream became a realify. During his adminislrarion, over-all improvemenfs have been made in school slruclures. many maierials and books have been provided for 'reachers and pupils, and growlh along professional lines has been encouraged. ln I949, Mr. PruiTT recommended ThaT The ciTizens oT Frederick CounTy Tace The challenge oT The growing educaTional needs OT The communiTy and work wiTh The Board oT EducaTion and The CounTy Commission- ers To launch a long-range building program. The chal- Ienge was meT and aT The presenT Time Tive new build- ings are under consTrucTion. Among These are The agriculTure building which is rapidly nearing compleTion and The new Junior I-ligh School which will also become a parT oT our own high school campus. THIRTEEN NEW BUILDINGS Since l948, ThirTeen new buildings or addiTions have been compIe+ed and maior improvemenTs have been made aT six schools. The new schools in Frederick in- clude The NorTh Frederick and The EasT Frederick Schools. AclcliTions have been compleTed on Lincoln High School and Elm STreeT Junior I-ligh School, and maior improvemenTs have been made on oTher Freder- ick schools such as NorTh MarkeT and WashingTon STreeT elemenTary schools. The TirsT schools consTrucTed under Mr. PruiTT's ad- minisTraTion are aT PoinT oT Rocks and CaTocTin Furnace, Tinanced by P.W.A, Tunds in I939. PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP From I938 To I95O Mr. PruiTT was Maryland DirecTor OT The NaTional EducaTional AssociaTion, and he sTimu- laTed membership in ThaT organizaTion ThroughouT The sTaTe. Upon compleTion oT his Term as DirecTor, The Teachers oT Frederick CounTy presenTed him wiTh liTe membership in The AssociaTion. T-le also served on The Maryland CommiTTee OT Su- perinTendenTs which worked wiTh oTher sTaTe educaTional groups. IT was Through These ThaT The presenT sTaTe salary scale Tor Teachers was recommended. Along wifh his oTher duTies, Mr. PruiTT gave oi his Time and energy To The program oT The Maryland STaTe Teachers' AssociaTion, I-le served as PresidenT OT The AssociaTion during The school year l945-l946 and as a member OT The ExecuTive ComrniTTee OT The organi- zaTion Trom IQ38 To l94l. CAPABLE ADMINISTRATOR When Mr, PruiTT arrived in The cOunTy, he Tound 8 schools in exisTence-28 OT Them one room schools. Today There are 35 schools-Three oT Them one room schools. In l932 There were 320 Teachers and lO,33O children in The schools. Now There are 425 Teachers and l2.4OO pupils. During his adrninisTraTion The supervisory sTaTT OT The counTy has increased Trom Tive To Ten. The appropria- Tion Tor books and maTerials has increased Trom Sl3,l I3 To S6l.205. The ar'nounT spenT Tor library books has increased Trom S360 To SIO, I 79, The Senior Class OT Frederick I-ligh School Takes This opporTuniTy To pay TribuTe To one who has so ably provided Tor The educaTion oT The children ol: Frederick CounTy. '7 x iv, ,fi ,, i If The LAST WORD Sfaff of l956 hopes fhrough This publicafion fo summon up fo your remembrance many of fhe happy experiences which, Taken collecfively, add up fo fhe final and LAST WORD on fhe school year I955-l956 af Frederick I-ligh School. Wifhin fhis book you will find high qualify phofos of all your feachers: fhe faces, names and loiogra hical skefches of all fhe seniors: an individual picfure ofgeach underclassman, a group picfure and wrifeup for each of fhe many organizafions fhaf funcfion wifhin fhe LAST WORD STAFF EDITORS ANNA JANE snckm . . ,Edifor-in-Chief JANET cook ....,,. Assis+anfEdifor iv1ARYJeANNEAoAMsoN , . .copyediiaf JOANNE MEEHAN ...... copyedaim Roseiar Moss , . 4 .rhoiogiaphysdaiof CAROL SANDERS . . . . ,Sporfs Edifor LOUDEN KIRACOFE. , . . ,Sporfs Editor EDGAR MAIN . . . . Divider Pages framework of The high school program: phofos of fhe various school feams and fhrilling acfion shofs of afh- lefic confesfsy and finally a lisf of all fhose loyal pafrons of fhe school, bofh individual and commercial, who have supporfed fhis annual in a generous manner, Some- where in all fhis maferial fhere is af leasf one and possibly several picfures of you, You have made fhis book. lf is a fragmenf of your life af Frederick High School. HARRY V. FRUSHOUR PRINCIPAL If I were graduaIing from high schooI again: I wouId give Ihirry minures every day ro spe- cial exercise. Culrivafe Ihe exercises which are narural. I wouId sfeer my Iiie by a few fundamenIaI convicrions, Righf is righr and wrong is wrong. In Ihis area of Iife There is no room for com- promise. I wouId crowd at Ieasf one kind acr info every day. Kindness is Ihe ingredienr which srnoorhs our rhe Ioumps in Iife. The cosf of kindness is insignificanf compared Io fhe refurns if yieIds. I would have Ihree choice friends among rne oIder people. Your peers are inreresred in you for wha? you areq your elders are inferesred in you for your pofenfialifies. I would read Ihe 'four Gospels over every year. Every Thoughf of Ihe Masier is explained in familiar dialogue. Learn ro use Ihe prayer rele- phoneg you aIways ger an answer. I would spend a IiIIIe of every day in rhe reaIrn of beauiy. CuIIiva+e The habir of reading good books and poefry. Srudy and Iearn Io observe Ihe wonders of God'5 creahon, In planning your avocarion In Iife include Ihose rhings which wiII make you an inIeresIing, respecfed, and heIpiuI person. z w f fl L A ARNOLD N. FLEAGLE VICE PRINCIPAL My LAST WORD ccnsis's ci a series of olsicinfed pnrases which summon up IIeeIEng recoIIecrions of rhe year. 'Wnen you enrer I'he budding, proceed Io 'rhe acdfroriurn and be seared-ofherwise, stay cu'side unfil The beh ringsI . .. A f Who sched,Ied Ihe unscheduIed Iire drilf? , . . I predicr rhe baskeYbaII Ieam wiII ose Iwo games . . . I have here a handy 1iIIIe vacuum cIeaner . . . I Think vou had beIIer have your parenrs drop by Iomorrow . . . Do yor. know how many days yor, have been absenf 'rhis Ierrn? , ,. II wouId be possibIe fo conrinue in rhis fashion indeIini'reIy. Each day wouId bring 'wirh i' a hos? of new phrases Io sweII Ihe record nnIiI each oi us couIo be idervihed wifh a phrase. If has indeed been a rnernorabIe year for me. To aII of you IefIow iacuIIy members and s'udenIs, I express my rhanks for having shared wirh me borh 'rhe dihiculries and rhe oIeasanIries ci 'he schc3I year, I955-I95o. 5 First Row: MR. JAMES ACOR World I-Iislory MRS. FRANCES ASHBURY Shorfhand and Typing MRS. VIRGINIA BALDWIN Arr MRS. ELEANOR BARNHART Lalin, World Affairs and Geography Second Row: MR. DAVID BARR English and Business Law MISS DOROTHY BEACI-ILEY French, English MISS ETHEL BEACI-ILEY World I-Iislory MISS KATHERINE BIEHL Problems of Democracy Third Row: MRS. HELMA BOWERS Physical Educarion MR, I-IOMER BROOKS Physical Educaiion MISS ELOSSIE CAIN Core and English MR. HARRY CORNPROPST I-lislory and World Affairs Fourfh Row: MR. HEISLEY CORUN Vocal Music MISS PERRY DARNER Chemisfry MRS. SHIRLEY DERRENBACHER Physical Educalion MISS LOUISE DOTY English Fifih Row: MRS. GRACE ENGELBRECI-IT I-Iorne Economics MR. ROBERT FERGUSON Guidance MRS. ANNA FORD English MR. JAMES FRASER Physical Educaiion Sixih Row: MISS ISABEL FROMMEYER General Science MISS ALICE GRIFFITI-I Typing and Office Practice MR. HENRY GROEE Biology MRS. PEARL HART English First Row: MR. TEX HARVEY Bookiceeeping, Typing and Bank MRS. ANNA MAY HUGHES Core and Dramafics MR. EUGENE HUMMEL Eiemeniary Business Training M R. HAROLD KELLER Mailwemafics Second Row: MR, STEPHEN MESTER Indusfrial Aris MR, HARRY MILLER Agriculiure MISS NATALIE PARTON Laiin MRS. ADA POOLE English and Sfafi Third Row: MRS, AUDREY PRESSLER BioIoqy MRS, ROBERT PURVIS Home Economics MRS. DOROTHY RANCK Home Economics MR. JAMES REED Biology Fourih Row: MISS MARY RHOADS Guidance MISS EERN RICE PI1ysiCaI Educaiion and Uni+ecI Siaies Hisiory MRS. MARGARET ROHERER Librarian MR. IVAN SHANHOLTZ Physics and Maihernafics Fiffil Row: MRS. SUSIE SIFFRIN Unlfed Siaies Hisiory MR, LEONARD SMITH Indusfrial Aris MISS M. RUTH SMITH Typing MR. WARREN SMITH AQVICUIIU re Six+h Row: MISS ZELMA SMITH Mafhemaiics MR. SPERRY STORM Insfrumenial Music MISS ERMA STULL Business Ariflwmefic MRS. RUTH SWANK English THE FACU , . 1 clvvb' 'vs in 'W w W,WhW .L 7 LTY "1 s .,s ,1- if Firsf Row: MRS. PATRICIA THOMAS Core and EngIisI'1 MR. WILLIAM TROUT Maihemafics and Elemeniary Training MISS LOUISE WEAGLEY Mafhemarics Second Row: MRS. HARRY L. ZIMMERMAN Core and EngIisI'u MR. JAMES ZIMMERMAN Pnysicai Educafion MRS. MARGARET BILLY Assisfani' School Secreiary Third Row: MRS. LOUISE ROOF ScI1ooI Secreiery MRS. IDA KAUFMAN Cafeferia Manager MR. JAMES LIGHTNER Janiror Fourih Row: M R. CHARLES TOBERY Janifor MR. LESTER ZIMMERMAN JaniIor Business rx-nz SEN ons IELLOW NOTE fi CLASS DONALD DIXON . . RANDOLPH CRAMER ELEANOR BEST . . . ROXIE STRINE . 10 OFFICERS . . .... Presidenf Vice-Presidenf . . .Secrefary . . Treasurer ' fff 'f rlfflixq ir: fr 1 ' - ,J . SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Roxanne Shine, Donald Dixon, Randolph Cramer, Eleanor Best, Maxine Sexton, Edgar Main, Ausiin Kennedy, Diane Thomas, Robert Kabrick, Peggy Holsinger, Doris Warrenfeltz, Grace Rice, Sara Ann Wachter, Sally Crawford, Jack Moleswarrh, Bruce Hursey. CLASS HISTORY Sepiernber S. I952fwhaI a memorabie day, IEnrei If, Learn, Go Forfh Io Serve' So began our days af Fred' erick High ScI1ooI,The yasinesg oi rhe buiIding,1he many new ieechers, Ihe changing classes, Ihe crowded I'aiI- ways, and in Ihe midst of ii aII, our own ccniiisfon and bewiIdermenI', GraduaIIy then we Iorind oi.rseIyes. We came Io belong. We were rhe Freshmen, We neio our Iirsi' cIass evenf, a Valenrine Parry, under 'he direcrirvn of our dass adviser, Miss Flossie Cain. We esfabhshed err ideniiiy as a cIass. Our Sophomore year Found us a Ii+rIe ber er organized, Mrs. Helen Decker and Mrs, Rurh Swank served as Iacuhy advisers, We managed Iwo sociai Iunciions in ine coarse oi Ihe year, a Thanksgiving Pariy and a SI, Pairiclcg Day Dance. We were saddened by fhe deaih of Hank Corner and presenfed rwo books Io ihe Iibrary in his memory, "Mr, FuIIback" and "One-man Team," We began Io ap- preciaie Ihe worII1o'igrades,fhe seriousness ei exams, and Ihe need for a summer vacaiion. As iuniors our Iirsi big proiecf was rhe showing oi ine movie, "Prince Oi Foxes," We ioIIowed ii wifn oar Chrisif mas Parry. This occasion 'wiII be Iong remembered for I Ire las? m-n..Te Irimming of ri-9 free me are gr,-iy5I OF 'he iefreshrnenrs, find superb en'eriairrneni. Miss Perry Darwer, oar adxfser carrie 'nroiigh '+ re'narkabIy v.'eII, The s:ciaI hign ign' ni 'he year Nas rhe Junior Prom. One oi 'he Iarges' crowds ever Ie aiiend a dance af Frederick I-Iign Scnc:I danced Io the rnesic or Les Miichener in Ihe bea,.tiIi.IIy decnrareo "S'arIig'i4 Serenade' gym. As serfcrs we prcrnoied the an1..aI I-Ioiiy I-Icp, a rnagioai evening :I coiered '5gh's, Iinse, Crfstrnas qreens, and Ihe 'n.is'c ci Arr Taylor, We prodeced ine senior dass pIay, 'Love is EIervaI, Under rhe direziion of Mrss Anna May Hughes, The We siory of Mary Todd and Abraham LincoIn came aIiye on the schcoi stage. We snryiyed Ihe her4if srrain CI name zards. ar1n:'i:ncernenIs,cIaSs proied, 'Iass Dewar? caps and gowns, Ihe Senior Prom, "Primo and CirrumsIanQe.' and finaiy Inaf aII imporIanI award- ing CI 'he dioI0rY1a, Oar deepesf 'hanks Io Miss Loeiise WeagIey, our Cass adyiser, For her kind and sreadying infl renee aII aI:ng Ihe way. We enrereo we Iearred, we naye gone iorrh 'c serve J..re 7, I956: MARY JEANNE ADAMSON Crazy sense of humor . . . one of lhe three Marys . . . drives a Plymoulh converlible . . always trying fo "parle lrancaisen . . , "la premiere sorciere" . . , member of Thespians and F . on AST WORD sfarli I' man Presidenl' ol V. rf' HlRLEY ADKI Talmnd cure . , .a n of am- ilaf . . presides o r eelings ol I easanf Grove . . . infer- ed in all sporls noi all boys . . . furure-busin college and rhen wedding bells. JAM ES LARRY AKERS "Jimmy" . , . real dark and handsome . . . adores school? . . . especially Fond of homework . . . srricfly a Doubs man . . . fulure-soaring with Ihe Air Force. ANN JEANNETTE ALBAUGH Bel'ly's olher half , . . a real person- alily kid , . . inleresfed in green Ply- moulhs and Jerry Lewis . . . Glee Club member for four years . . . per peeve -knee socks . , . fulure-secrerary and marriage. SHIRLEY JEAN ARNOLD Shorl and Cure . . . wonderful laugh and greal sense of humor . . . a smile lor everybody . , . enioys dancing and music ol all kinds , . . especially in- feresled in the U.S. Navy . , . member of lhe Thespians . , . lufure-lhe busi- ness world. YVONNE ELIZABETH BARE Bonnie . , , head baron Iwirler . , . maiorelfe for ihree years . . , puls snakes and homework in same classi- ficafion . . . overly inreresied in The Air Force . . . enjoys riding in a cer- Iain Ford . . . iuiure-rypisi and mar- riage. ALBERT FRANKLIN BAKER "Bake" , . . courl iesfer of F.l-1.5. . .. allergic To homework . .. proud owner of '47 Ford . . . qreal' man with a fishing pole. . . member Oi lhe band ...likes fo play baseball , . . ian of Orioles and Colls. CHARLES EDWARD BAKER "Eddie" . . . shop enrhusiasl . . . member of Inframural Council for fwo years . . . capfain of soflball leam . . , exlremely proud owner of a '49 Ford. NOEL LEE BALTZELL Migrales fo lhe land down around Union Bridge . . , rhinks girls are never Too plenfiful . , , painls Ihe lown red wilh a hol' '49 Chevy . . . lurure-Army. REBECCA ANN BASFORD "Becky" . . . proud of being a far- mer's daughrer . . . member of Lufh- eran Church and lreasurer ol Freder- ick Disrricr Lulher League . . . lhinks gefiinq up in ihe morning ruins lhe day . , , furure-nurse or business school. MARY MARIE BAUMGARDNER "Me Me" . . . brunelfe . . . personal- ily kid . . . likes To dance in shoes or skales . . , sings a duel wilh lhe same guy . . . chief complain? is school . . . one ol Ihe four Ierm ma' iorelles , . . fulure-bride. ELEANOR ANN BEST "Elmer" . . , cure brunelle wirh lols of pep , . .always nearly dressed . . . crazy aboul driving Ihal Chevy . . . presidenl ol lhe bank . . . secrelary of The Senior Class . . . member of Thespians . . . belongs lo Lulheran Church Choir , , , future-undecided. MARIE ELAINE BISER Aiiracfive . . , ihose big brown eyes . . . member of Thespians, FTA, and yearbook . , . likes French ...' 'la deuxieme sorciere" , . . has formed a strong affachmenr for FSM College . . . Iuiuregcollege. DORIS FAY BLANK Preiiy blue eyes . , . fun lo be with , . . member oi Fl-IA for Ihree years . . . likes all sporls, especially swim- ming and skafing . . , fond ol Irayel . . . iuiure-no pariicular plans, NANCY MAY BOONE "Midgel" . . . cule dall . . , hails from Liberfy , . . member of Mounf Pleas- anf Meihodisr Church . . . per peeves are English, homework, and boys . , . iuiure-bride. 5 1 HEINRICH BOLTE "Henry" io FHS srudenis , . . our Grange exchange . . , well liked by all for his friendly personaliiy and sense of humor . . . excelleni bi- linquisf , , . ihoroughly enioys school ., , iufure-banker back home in Ger- many. WILLIENA MAE BOONE "Willie" . . . naiurally curly hair . . . active in girls' sporls , . , secretary of FTA and Thespians . , , member of Devoiional Commiilee, 4-H, church choir, Recrealion Council, and MYF , . . iufurefcollege and Teacher of physical educalion. GEORGE LEON BOWLER "Leon" . . , enjoys picking on fhe old banjo . . , pals wilh John and Ken . , , mafh enrhusiasi . ,.Fond of our- door sporis and 'rhal two tone '48 Chevy , . . especially inreresled in business enterprise and law. BRENDA LEE BOYER Dancing dark eyes and brown hair . . . member of Honor Socieiy, Tri- l-ii-Y, and Ihe yearbook siafli . . worries aboui the air iorce . . . secre- rary oi 'rhe Glee Club . . .always "on the ball' . . . Fururesbusiness col- lege and modeling. HOWARD NORMAN BOYER "l-Iowdie" , . . loves Ihose Crewcuis . . . Dresideni of lhe bank and I-Ii-Y ..,iop-noich Ihird baseman , . , likes hunring and fishing . , . iwin-iwisi spe- cialisi , , , iurure-college. MARION THOMAS BOYER "Tom" , . ar ease everywhere buf especially wiih fishing rod or hunler's gur ...member oi Fuiure Farmers for iour years . . , iayoriie subiecfs are main and agriculiure , , , undecided abou' The iuiure. PATRICIA BOYLES 'Pai' . . , never hurried or worried . . . member of FNA, FTA, and Glee Club . . . Presidenl of Girls' Auxiliary ei Baprisr Church . . , pei saying- 'gof any chewin' gum" . , . main dis- likegbeing loaded wiih homework, GRACE ELIZABETH BRAN DENBU RG "Gracie" . . . likes Io swing and sway wifh Hank Snow , . . sirong aversion ra homework , . . always saying. "Dig +hai" , . . maioreife for lhree years . . . iuiure-sirongly inclined iowards rhe high seas and ihe Waves. CHARLES BROADRUP 'Doc' . . . smoorh looker , . . ihe quier rype , . . avid inferesr in cars and member oi The "Road Angels' , . , parliamenfarian for fhe Srudenr Council . . , driils around town in a green Chevy , . , iu+ureAcollege. NANCY ELIZABETH BROWN She's lovely: she-'s engaged , , , From lhe iarheel siafe , , , a irace of The Soulhern drawl , . . biased opinion of ihe Balrimore Orioles . . , fururei marriage and a ball ream. ODETTA LOUISE BROWN "Delia" ...usually seen wilh Jo . . . likes necessiries of life, ealing and sleeping .. . accomplished skaier and lrequenis ihe Siarland . . . collecls milk borile raps . . . Thespian . . . fufure-Frosiburg Teachers College. JEREMY PINOAKE BROWNING Member of school orcheslra in '53 and '56 . . . collecrs adverlising pen- cils . . . masler pianisi , . . orgariisl al Sr. Andrews Chapel . . . lulure- Sacred Minislry. NANCY M. BUCHANAN Nice 'ro know . . . a gal fond of baskelball, soilball, and swimming , ,, excels in all sporis , . . typical woman driver . . . usually wirh Tex and Pal ...undecided as I ' future. 1 Vit? , X X355 coN IE JEA UXQ "Buff " , , , real c number, loaded wil p and ch ..,leadernof rh raz e. a l eerleaders . . , s ef I inferes ihe ba rball ie ... ediior on " igh-Flier' lah' , . lu- rure-colle . JAMES M. CAMPBELL Befler known fo some as Malcolm . .. likes Io Tour The counlryside ai odd firnes . . . drives a coal '51 Ford . .. one ol rhe oulsianding characferg in POD . . . fulure-mighl be inieresling fo guess. r 'WP g ' I f , ' I4 VIRGINIA FRANCES CARDER "Peggy" . , . deep, deep dimples framing a consianr smile , . . member of Evangelical Lurheran Church . . . Presidenr of Sunday school class , . . works in guidance oilice . , , favorife subiecr, Sonny . . . furure-secreiary. REGINA ELLEN CARNES "Jeannie" ...loads ol fun . . . peeved wirh homework Ihai musr be clone . . , member ol drum corps for one year . . , on library sfalif lor fhree years . . . future-perhaps The Waves, pos- sibly a nurse, or even a secretary, JAMES WILLIAM CARMACK "Jim" . . , drives a black Poniiac , .. usually absenl' during ceriain limes in ihe Fall and Spring . , , ardenr fisher- man and hunier . . . Iurure-Maryland Slaie Police Trooper. MARY ARLENE CASTLE "SIogey" . . . has many friends . . , likes Io bowl . . . can usually be found cruising around in a yarieiy of Chev- roleis , . , fond of old Ihings, Old Braddock in parlicular . . . luiure far- mererre. FREDERICK TODD CHRISTOPHER "Chris" .. . wearer of a near crew cur . . . buzzes Ihe Iown in a lighi blue Hudson . . . ialenfed in the realm of arf . . , likes huniing, fishing, and riding . . . fulure-inio Ihe wild blue yonder and ihen college. MARY ALICE CISSEL "Allie" . . ,quire a cui-up . . . gen- erally laughing . . . one of The Ihree Marys , . , "la froisieme sorciere" . . . member of FTA and Thespians . . . aciive in Ihe 4-l'l . . . fuiure-college and leaching. REISE LEROY CLABAUGH "Fireball" . . . on par wiih skyscrapers . . , has lofs of horse-sense , . . likes all sporis , , . played Iwo years of JV baseball , , . vice-presidenf of MYF . . . fuiure-Irainin h rses a sure eh 6 KENNETH MILTON COULTER "Ken" . , . oh Ihose freckles . , . likes baseball and foofball , . . siriclly a Washingfon ian and backs Ihose Sen- aiors and Redskins exclusively . . . nofed hurnorisI' . . . fuiure-can'I miss. LEO H. COLLIFLOWER. JR. Crazy blond crew cur . , . plans Io add a mousiache To achieve Ihar debonair eiiecr . . ,drives a black Chevy Ihafs long gone . . . likes Io roller skaie . . . Iees oii on Ihe golf course like Ben Hogan. SHIRLEY ANN CORDELL Cure wiih a sweet personaliry , . . treasurer oi siudenr Execuiive Corn- miffee , . , drives a green Plyrnouih . . . favorile hobbies are swimming, dancing, and driving . . . hanqour- Braddock roller rink. SHIRLEY ANN CORUM "DooIs" . . . sapphire blue eyes , . . fond of riding Duchess . . . usually found ar MI. Pleasant dances with Dofiie . . . on The volleyball Team for Ihree years. , . iufure-"Deep in the Hear? oi Texas." ,fins W A-2-M ssl LAURA MARGARET COVEY 'Laurie' . . . a doll wilh Ihai long brown hair and Ihose big blue eyes . , , likes io play baskeiball . , . spends Iwo hoers per night on chernisiry ex' perirnenis . . , iururefa career in nursinq, BEVERLY MAE CRAM ER Bev' . . . cule, vivacious, and lo' quacious , . . member oi Glee Club and Siudeni Council for iour years ...belongs fo ihe Honor Sociely . ,. likes Ac wriie le'fers Io Ihe Army and .vash .io iloors . . . l'kes slumber pariies. RANDOLPH STEINER CRAMER Randy" . , . blue eyes and blond hair ...' 'Veepm oi FI-IS Band and Senior Class . . . Presidenr of Ihe orchesira . . . member of TrifY . . . knows Ihe road Io Johnsville by heari .. ,iu'ure-U, cv' Md. and Air Force. RONALD AMMON CRAMER "Ronnie" ,.,acIive member of school pairol and arI club . . . au+horiIy on naI'cnal and iniernaiional policy and girls , , . especially enioys ihose ses- SiOns in POD . , . iuiurega sailor's cap. BARBARA JEAN CRAMPTON 'Jeanie' ,. . ihe likeable, quief rype . . . member ci Sludeni Council and Glee Club . . , hard worker in the guidance oiiice , . , enioys sinqinq in Ihe church cnoir , . . likes ro roller skaie . , , inure-Iypisi, SALLY ANN CRAWFORD 'Sally' , . 4 real gone sense oi humor . . . dimples and a sun Ian carried over from Ihe summer playgrounds ...secrerary of Tri-I-Ii-Y . . . on Irie volleyball learn ...class secrefary for three years . , , a fulure lady in while. .X SHIRLEY ANN CRIGGER "ShirI" . . . no use lor conceiled boys . . , curly blonde hair . . .drummer in FHS Band . . . pasf member of Girls Chorus . . . enioys all rypes ol dra- malics . , , lufure-plans Io eirher ioin Ihe WACS or become relephone operaror. Q U T' f r iv I rf DORISJ CR H S yy Cure lilfle brbnerf ilh a ado,r gle giggle . . . any! appy y ace ifher haven . . . en c erlea I g or Os 'm ng ,, usylual seen' iffCo - nie r Jo . . .V suffr ollTriA ' i . fufgy f re+aryg,jL f i J X Od ffp' BARBARA JEAN CRUM "Bobbie" . , . sweer face framed wirh curly blonde hair . . . has leading inleresr in a guy called "Ep" . , . member ol CAP . . , Lilies hor rod cars, slcaling, swimming, and dancing . . , fuiure-Air Force. PATRICIA ANN CRUTCHLEY "Pai" . . . member of Job's Daugh- Iers and Thespians . . . has a strong aversion Io books and walking lo school . . . drives a '50 green Ford . . . favorife line, "Ain'I Ihar some srufln . . . wisecraclcer , . . iurureg marriage. MARY REBECCA CULLER Likes all sporfs, especially baslcelball . . . member of Recrealion Council for four years . . , loyal 'Io Ihaf beau- Iiful Air Force blue .,. . fufure-where Ihal' Air Force 'blue leads. BEVERLY ANN CURRY "Bev" . . . rall and arfracrive . . . member of Glee Club for four years . . . inleresled in roller slcaring, sew- ing, and a cerrain Navy guy . . . mem- ber of Calvary Meihodisl Church , ., lulure-Iypisl and marriage. JERRY EUGENE DARNER Jerry . . , plays a renor sax in The Fl-IS Band . . , one ol Ihe meral shop gang . . . member ol Ihe Jellerson Lurheran Church and Lurher League . , , lavorife sporls are baseball and foolball. MARTHA ANN DARN ER "Marry" . . , cuie wirh personalily ro march , , , regular in rhe FHS Band . . . member ol Sl. Paul's Lulheran Church and secrerary of Ihe Lulher League . . . likes ioolball and music 6 . , . lurure-sec ezaryta :sl , N., X , 'grey-Mi Jw' V , xBAR R AdN . A Q. I :fi 'Q ff Q l A ,ua y s e y. . e er i an' nd W e nc' , . v I S 5 BFI 4 ,fteows-JWJ 3 ,fr , eX.f . KA!! H BETTY LOUISE DAYHOFF Has ther perpelual laugh . . , Ann's olher hall . . , usually in Ihe library ...member ol Lurheran Church Choir and rhe FHS Glee Club , . . a dance lanaiic . . . per peeve-nicknames .. luiure-college. JAMES ARTHUR DESHAZER "Shady" , . , good srudenl and dancer . . , speller of more . . . plays a cool rrumper in rhe FHS Band , . . Vice- Presidenr of Wesrminsrer Fellowship . . . member of Ihe DeMolay . , , lure-ic e and science. THOMAS DONALD DIXON "Dukes" . . . President of the Senior Class , . . inferesred in all sporls . . . on baslcelball reams for four years... member of YMCA and secrefary of Ihe Hi-Y . . . lilies swimming and 'lish- ing , . . fulure-college. SHIRLEY ALDINE DOODY Swear lilrle green-eyed gal wilh lhose big dimples and personaliry Io malch . . . loves lo dance . , . has a cerlain inleresr in a guy called Joe . . . member of Thespians . . . PaI's beller half . . , ollen heard Io "Darn il," NANCY ELAINE DUDDERAR Gay and lriendly . . . curly dark hair and sparkling eyes . . . loves music lor music's sake . , . member of Glee Club, Thespians, and FTA . . . mad driver . . . aclive in church 'work , . . fulure-college. W ANN ELIZABETH DUVALL y "Pin-up" girl , . . Slale and Regional Farm Queen, I955-56 . . . aclive in Glee Club, Church work, and lhe 4-H ., . Takes fhe blue ribbons al the y horse shows . . .iulure-business col, lege, CARROLL EUGENE EAVES Member ol Ihe 4-H and FFA . , . enioys farm work . . . lavorile sperl is baseball . , . spends leisure lime and some school lime following lhe ari ol fishing . , . inleresl in one parficular girl . . , lurure-farmer. 4 0 U5 V2 F. RLYKJR. " e , . , a charagr Q ' es a 'SI Ponfr ,slqinfakes "Hookey" Arile orl and pas- 54 lim-,W s n around lown wilh fha san-rl cerlain gangW. ures "Uncle Sam" will di ide for him. KENNETH LEROY EYLER "Kenny" . . . an accomplished horse- man . . , fond of swimming . , . a po- one parlicular girl . .whiz af chem isrry and physics . drives a '47 O ds , . . future-Marines. Ienlial Arlhur Murray , , , dales Ihal . - wvgsy.-. Y : kg I ' I A SALLY DIANE EYLER Noled lor ihal conlagious giggle . . , can usually be Found al Brad- dock or riding wifh Shirley in Ihal Chevy . . . secrelary in school bank .. . member ol .lob's Daughters . .. iulure-business school, wedding bells. EVERETT WAYNE FENDER "l-loppy" , . . weslern hero lype . . member of FFA lor lour years . . . varsily loolball player . . . drives a boiling hcl '49 Chevy . . . usually sleering Iowards Monrovia in guesl olfun.. ,undecided aboul lhe iulure. SHERIDEAN ANN FINNEYFROCK "Sherry" . , . lillle gal wirh a big smile . . . member of Nalional Honor Sociely . . . cashier in the bank . , . likes lo skale, collecl piclures of movie slars, and swim . , . fulure-lhe busi- ness world and marriage. MARY ELIZABETH FISHER 'Liz" . . . shorl and cule 'wilh a lol ol personalily , , , keen inleresl in dancing, skaling, swimming, and Washinglon . . . member ol Trinify Merhodisl' Church , . , lulure-sec' relary, CONSTANCE BROADDUS FLEET 'Connie" , . , prelly eyes Io malch lhal long brown pageboy sfyle , . . quiel, refined, and dependable . , , member ol Sludenr Council lor lour years, lwo years as ils secrelary , . . belongs lo Tri-l'liAY and l-lonor So- :iely . . . posler maker of nole . . . headed lor college, DONALD LEE FLEMING "Drake" . . , srnoolh looker , , . prize daydrearner in most classes , . . likes hal rods and cuslornized cars . . . member ol rhe "Road Angels" , . , lakes a keen inleresr in Ihe female ser California bound. RENA KAY FLOOK Nellie's other halt . , . personality plus . . , ardent bowler with plentitul supply ot spares and strikes . . . col- lector ot miniature horses . . . per- fect attendance record tor ten years . . . future-clerk. YVONNE MARIE FOGLE "Bonnie" . . . cute little blonde . . . quiet . . . loves those trips to Gettys- burg College . . . member ot PNA . . . roar-ns the halls with Marlee and Ebbie . . . future-Registered Nurse. ELLA FAY FOGLE "Bo" , , . usually seen with Shirley . . . sweet tempered . . . thrives on hillbilly music . . . always willing to tread the light tantastic . . . real gone maiorette . . , member ot the 4-H. ESTHER LOUISE FOGLE Calm, quiet, and collected . . , has strong liking tor basketball and sott' ball . . . member of the Recreation Council and FNA . . . partial to sew- ing and St. John's , . , tuture Nurse. JANET OLIVIA FOIAND "Janie" . . . the "Argyle Kid" , . . partial to Oldsmobiles and bowling . . . member ot the TrieHi-Y, Future Nurses, Honor Society, and the LAST WORD Statt , . . Honored Queen ot Job's Daughters. VIRGINIA MAY FOLAND "Gin" . . . from out Yellowsprinqs way . . . likes square dancing, sott- ball, and hiking , . . interested in a '5l Pontiac and Libertytown . . . member of Brookhill MYF and Choir . . . tuture-secretary. WILBUR LEONARD FORD, JR. Meets 'em with a smile . . .technician ot Devotional Program . , . Captain ot School Patrol and member ot Thes- pians . ,. spends a lot ot time on the stage . . . manager ot the baseball team . . . tuture-engineer. JAMES EDGAR FOX "Eddie" . . . member ot Detviolay and the "Road Angels" . . . favorite say- ing, "Sure you will" . . . likes sleeping and sports cars . . . owns a blue and cream Henry J . , , authority on dice . , . tuture-college. MARLEE NAOMI FOX "Marm" . . . snappy brown eyes... travels with Bonnie, Ebbie, and Patsy . . .'enioys good books but loves a gteen Plymouth , 4 . active member ot the Future Nurses . . . Plans a career in the nursing protession. ARTHUR HARLAND FULK, JR. Member ot the FFA, 4-H, and the Lutheran Church . . . solo trombonist tor two years and member ot the band tor tour years . . , one ot the high school group that works at the ALP . . . tuture-Air Cadet. WILLIAM HOWARD FUQUA, JR. "Bill" . . . has a way with the women .. . member ot varsity baseball squad tor three years . . . puts a '55 Chevy through its paces . . , plans to attend the University of Richmond, majoring in math and phys ed, EDWARD THOMAS GARRETT "Ed" . , , sportsmen who especially likes to hunt and fish . . . steers a dry ice Studebaker . . . varsity baseball squad tor three years . . . partial to physical education classes . . . tuture -protessional baseball, he hopes. NATALIE RUTH GEARINGER Slim, wilh shining black hair . . . parlicularly inleresled in traveling and fall, fall men . . , likes swimming, wrilf ing, and readinq . . . member of FTA. FNA, and LAST WORD. . . Fuluref college. CHARLES ELMER GEISBERT "Tommy" . . , model building enrhusi, asl' . . . aciive in DeMolay . . . mem- ber ol FHS Band , . , belongs to Cal- vary Mefhodisl Church . . , plans 'ro enfer The business field. sqwuweisae T " I . , ely xion . . . 6 ember irls' creali oun- cilwley all a Urb -lx. , , V,-hianag varsH elb eam . . es squ dana nd blr of onfecjs, .1 2 DAVID LUTHER GLASS "Dave" . . . blond wiih deep blue eyes . . . acfive on school palrol . , , usually hanging our al' lhe movies . . . favorite paslime-worrying Phil . . . always quofing, "Thai mailers nor" . . . fufure-Air Force. PATRICIA ANN GLASS i "Pal" . . . 'fall and slim . . . pleasing personalily and winning smile , , . favorile saying "You'd berler believe il' ... almosf always af Ihe "Peoples" . . . member of FNA . . . fulure Flor' ence Nighlingale. BERTIE LEE GOINS Affracfive Brunefle , , , gugar and spice and everylhing nice . , . favor rile saying, "I can hardly wail" , , , +here's somelhing abouf lhe Air Force . . . fufure--Ielephone bells and 'rhen wedding bells. Q Wal? fig: Yv- fp' DORIS MAE GORDON AJerFerson1an . . . ofien al Braddock wilh Lois . , . lilies lhe Ieirilory be' yond lhe mounlains . . . equally fond ol roller slcaling and square dancing. RUTH VIRGINIA GREGG "Rulhie' . . . exchange edilor and Iypisl lor The "High Hier" , . . mem- ber ol fhe Lulheran Church . , . lover of ina? hillbilly music . . . lavorile saying, "Sure Will" . . . iulure- srenographer. BONNIE MAY GRIMES Qaier and pleasanl , . , usually wilh Charlolle . , . cabiriel member in Ycufh Fellowship . . , aclive member ol lhe 4-H and Fulure Nurses . , . excived by ceriain Buiclrs wiih cerlain drivers, RUTH FLORENCE GRIMES 'Rulhie" . . . quiel unlil you really know her . . . pals around wirh Doro- lhy . . . acls like she is driving a Flying saucer inslead of a Poniiac . . . secrelary of Lewislown Melhod- isl Youih Fellowship, AUBREY DAVID GROSSNICKLE 'Sonny' . . . loses no sleep over Enq- lish . . . four years on soccer reams and lhree on varsily . . .member ol Recrealional Council , . . Liedenanl ol School Palrol lor one year . . . lulure-Air Force. CHARLES DAVID GROSSNICKLE "Tex" , . , owner of a "scoped up" 49 Chevy . . . iaral lascinalion lor Johnsville and wha? goes wilh if . . . member ol lhe melal shop repair Squad , , . Iulure-inlo Ihe wild blue yonder. JO ANNE GROSSNICKLE ".lo Jo" . . . enioys Ihose I-o-n-g lrips . . . likes shorlhand and lyping . , , inreresled in 'rhe driver of a green and while Ponliac , . . Per peeve- lime consuming bolher of school work . . . lulure--secrefary. JAM ES EZRA GROVE "Jimmy" . . , known for his friendship wiih a cerlain bus driver . . . likes 'ro hunl and has quile a collecrion of rifles , . , appreciales ihe gals bul Iimid aboul' if . . . hor rods in Riddle- moser's speedsler. LAVERNE FRANCES HAMMRICK "Bonnie" . . . loves Io cook and sew .. . could spend all day in fhe home ec classes . . . wild abouf hillbilly music , . . never misses a foolball or baskefball game . . . lufure-lelephone operalor. AUDREY LORAINE HANN "Tillie" . . . brown eyed gal 'wifh lhe pleasanl' expression . . . member of FHA and bookkeeper for lhe "High Flier" . . , always saying, "Gee Whiz" . . , Pa+'s olher hall' . , . fufure-seo relary and marriage. DAVID ARNOLD HARDMAN "Dave" . . . pilols a "Rocke+ 88" . .. has repulalion as a wise-cracker . . . equally inleresled in girls, cars, and guns . . . enioys Ihe shop program ...makes shorr work of malh courses, ROSALIE ANN HARNE Member of Ihe Honor Sociefy . . . has worked on The "High Flier" slafl For four years . , . Associale Edilor of school paper , . . Presidenr of homeroom for Iwo years . . . school usher. GEORGE HARPOLD Thar "CharacIer" . , . likes malh. hislory, and wriling books . . . spark plug in POD . . . belongs To Method- isr Church, Nalional Guard, and 'rhe 4-H , . . lufure-rhe Marines or es- pionage. CHARLOTTE ANN HEERD Very parlial Iowarcls Army personnel . . . has a marked dislasle for home- work. ..favorile saying, "Can Hardly wail." . . . plans fo work as a lypisl and lhen refire in favor ol malrimony. EVELYN VIRGINIA HEFFNER "Ebbie" . . . cule brunelle with con- 'ragious giggle . . , one Ihird ol lhe Ebbie, Bonnie, Marlee Irio . . , pre- fers the weslern side ol Braddock Mounlain . . . lulure-a lrinkel for Ihe rhird linger ol The lefl hand. ROBERT WAYNE HEFFN ER "Bob" , . . usually seen wifh Dave . , . hunfing and fishing come before eafing . . . likes all lhe girls , . parlial lo one blue Plymoufh . . Fulure-a hilch in lhe Armed Forces. LOIS ELAINE HILDEBRAND Curly head . . . belongs lo Jeflerson 4-H, Grange, and Communily Band . . . member of church choir . . , en- lhusiaslic bowler and square dancer . . . fulure-olilfice work. MARY JANE HIPKINS "Janie" . . . curly brown hair . . lall and cule , . , alhlelic minded . .. member of lhe now defuncf drum corps , , , aversion Io home'work . . . one of rhe library assislanfs , . lufure-home-maker. RONALD LEE HOFFMAN "Ronnie" . . . modern day D niel Boone . . . hunrer an fish r of nole inreresled in cury an TOUI' YSGYS . PEGG and fearn, KENNETH RICHARD HOOD Hangs his Hal' in Liberfy , . , member of Fulure Farmers and llwe Unionville 4-H Club . . . lilies all sporrs, special, ly baseball . . . plans a fuiure in farming, NANCY LOUISE HOUCK Hails from Liberlylown . , , member of CBYF . . , special inierest in a parliclular Ford , . .loves hillbilly mu- sic and enioyg slraiing , , , fulure- oilice worlc. JOANN HUMBERSON "Jo" . . . cule wilh lllal Hepburn el- fecr , . . lilies Io coolc, sew, and have lun in general , , , clarinel player in Ihe band for Ilwree years. . .mem- ber of LAST WORD Shall and FTA . . , furure-college, ROBERT BRUCE HURSEY "Cliff" . . . classroom characler and formenfer of 'feacliers . . . drives 'flue "while lemon" . . . drummer in band for four years . . . cars around wirlri Leo and Luey . . . soda ierk by Irade. ,aw-,Q 'sw 'PQi VIRGINIA JOYCE JOHNSON 'Joyce' '... sweet soullwern belle wiln Ilia' Dixie accerr . . , enioys playing flie piano . , , member ol rlve band , . . pas? assislanl editor on ine "I-liqln Flyer' '.., secrerary of Calvary MYF . . . lsilure-colleqe. THOMAS EDWIN JONES 'iomll . . . equally Fond ol l1i5 lislwinq poe and rifle . , , malliemalicien A . . member ol FHS Band . . . lall, darlr, lnandsome, and said lo be a woman lvaler . . . lulhre-a career in flie Air Force. 'life ,fe !. ,. " '. ". ,r III-5 11,1 'ffm- ' .ROTSERT KLEEJKABRICK. r ' ' " .'- eb Bob" . , . lriendly IE, everyone . , noled for crew-our , . . snappy dresser . . . member cl soccer learn lor four yeais . . , rliinks Cars and girls are swell hobbies. KAROL AN N KALLOWAY llvose beaulilel brown eyes . . . mem- ber ol Glee Club lor lour years . 4. acfive in Fulure Teacliers . . . Sunday Scliool teaclier al Melliodisl Clwiirclw , . , lulure-lrying lo improve flne minds ol llie nexl qeneralicn. JOHN HARVEY KEEN EY Hailg lrcm llne good old 'rown ol Libe'ly . . sfaunzlri member ol rlie Hlure Farmers organization lor ine lasl iliree years. . . lurure-a Freder, ick Counly farmer. ROBERT WAYNE KEEN EY 'Roclyll ...drives 5 mean 'SI Suiclr . . has repularion as a "cool car" , . . member of baseball squad . . . associaied willi ine scliocl band over period ol years , . . Furureerlne U.S, Navy. , CARROLL HARRISON KEHNE "Jar:kl' . . . mighly man on lhe mound ...member ol baseball learn lor fhree years . . . ouldoor man wilh a greal' liking lor lhe sporl of hunl- ing . , . lulure-college. CATHERINE SPRINGER KELLER "Kilfy" . . . sweel' gal and loads ol lun . . . member of Job's Daughlers . . . usually seen wilh Connie and Roxie . . . main inleresl' in lile seems lo be a cerlain red head . . , lulure iI'IUI'SS. 9' Wifi-Z' JP +' " .+" . . 5 wi on Coun . . . l . ' a all , p eeve-ea as sg.. -la Six? ' 4 RUT ELLE ER "Rulhie" . .. narural curly, coal-black hair. . .very aclive in 4-H ...mem- ber of Lulher League, church choir, Grange and Communily Band inleresled speclalor al baseball and loolball games, RALPH EUGENE KEMP Favorife saying. "l+'II never hurl you" . . . nalural hunler . . . works hard al baseball . . . shines in malh and v! iv' physics. 1, N . , '-.1 .,! . , Y L V, Am, , , . I X l. FfdJfIfx . ' - ' 'v 'x- Y S, AUSTINYIQSEKPH KENNEDY ' X Qkiiel' butllias azsiosl' offfriends . . . dependable wodler in 'la variely ol 'lf schbol enlerprisds . . . Treasurer of lhe Hi-Y , proudlowner ol a Chevy. . . - lul'uro4business school. X i -J WILLIAM LEE KIMMEL "Pol" . . , dark haired . . . iusl loves homework and leachers . . . experl swimmer . , . ardenl movie lan . , . member ol lhe Fl-IS Band , . . looking lor a lufure wilh Ihe AEP slores. JAMES DORSEY I Anolher famous Kee ey o in quiel on mosl occasio . s one special girl and l guil are.ver nice . , , inl esled aTgazer . . likes h nfl and ing , ulure Air r e LOUDEN KIRACOFE, JR. I al I I Pres: ef ol he ludenl' Council nreresle all reading d s ood Baphsl ulure e aslrophysics and a by H7315 "Sa " . . - -, l'rs J . . '- n 1 ' A . . . 24sa Edilo lor I' e AST WORD 1 .. in .. . , ' , Pkn ci?nce - 1 ' . . . I - c -- ' . if +I. MARTHA ELIZABETH KOOGLE Quiel blonde , . . fond ol skaling and baskefball . . . keen on Ihal one cer- lain guy . . . has no use lor hillbilly musjc . . , pals around wiih Belly and Rosalie . . , lulure-secrefary. MARGARET PATRICIA KOOGLE "Palsy" . . . cule lirlle blonde . . . generally living il up . . . maiorelle for lhe band , . . slrong dislike for school work of 'the scheduled variely . . . lulure--malrimony. PHILIP HARRY KRANTZ "Phil" . , , likes lo sleep and eal , . . somelimes among the missing, es- pecially during hunling season . . . wilh Company A on Monday nighls . . . has collection of Indian relics . , . fulure-Army. NANCY LOU LAKEL Cure blonde wilh personality plus . . . member of Thespians . . . Ex- change Edilor and Typisl For "High- Flier" . . . usually seen wirh Patsy or Eleanor . . . likes sewing and arf work . . , lulure-college or a secretary. GEORGE ARNOLD LAKIN Acrive fype . . . sings in Glee Club and Reformed Church Choir , , . member of Ihe Grange, Furure Far- mers, and Ihe 4-H , . . musician in Ihe Jefferson Comrnunily Band ,. . lulure -filler ol The soil. NANCY ELIZABETH LEATHERMAN "Big Red" or "Piggy" , . . sense of humor , . . aclive in all dramafic pro- ducfions . , , member of The Ulica Lufheran Church and president ol rhe Youlh Fellowship . . . peeved af Coca, Cola salesman . . , lu'rure-marri- mony. BETTY MARIE LENHART "Reds" . . . ihaf nafurally curly hair wifh l'he reddish hue . . . member of Sludenf Council . . . sfar on girls' lrack ieam and member of varsify baskelball and sofrball Ieams for Ihree years . . . fulure-Womeri's Air Force. HAROLD EDWIN LENHART Suspecled of Hlighfing up" between classes along wirh Kenny . , . makes himself kno'wn in all classes , , . ac- 'live member of lhe Fuiure Farmers lor four years . . . lufure-info lhe wild blue yonder. RUSSELL THOMAS LENHART "Jake" , . . energelic everywhere ex- cepr in classes . . . member of base- ball Ieam for four years . . , usually found near a window when somelhing is going on oulside . . . would like Io spend six periods per clay in Phy. Ed. ,po-fu ,pr VUE DOROTHY MARIE LININGER "Dollie" , . . usually seen wilh Alice, Ella, Fay, and Rurhie . . . special inleresl in a blue Buick . , . lreasurer of Ml. Carmel Yourh Fellowship , . . enioys bowling and likes To cook. ALAN WESTON LONG "Mac" ...likeable guy wifh reputa- ricn as a llcul-upl' . . . popular wilh lhe gals , . . member of Thespians and Ihe Glee Club . . , cruises the lown wilh Bill and Seymour . . . lulure- college and The Navy. BARBARA ANNE IDELLA LONG l-lails lrom Liberly , , A enfhusiaslic swimmer, dancer, and baskelball play- er . . . Theres a Ford in her presenf as well as her lurure . . . plans Io get an oliice iob and Ihen malrimony. Y I BETTY IRENE LONG Noled for lhal beauliiul handwriling . . . disturbed by large arnounls of homework A , . likes io play baskerball and is an avid lan of volleyball , ,. lurure-Iaking dicfalion wilh an eye lowards marriage. ROBERT FRANCIS LONG "Bob" . . . Confirmed wornan-haler . . . iayorire class is physical educa- rion and his lavorile sporr is soccer , . , lakes fhose long, long lrips on Sundays , , . furure--side walk lesfer. MARY FRANCES MACK ENZIE "Fran" . . . cure number wilh rhose orienlal brown eyes . . . secrerary oi lhe Thespians . . . one of rhe fhree Marys . , . loves ro srudy "lingo" , , . qufe? buf compelenl in her sludies ,Hfufure-a while slarched cap. EDGAR MURRAY MAIN "Eddie" . . . etticient class president during 9th, IOth, and Ilth grades .. . member ot Honor Society, Devo- tional Committee, and I'-Ii-Y . , . tond ot all sports and driving his Plymouth . . . tuture-college, ELLIS EMMITTE MAIN "E" . . . calm, quiet guy , . , inter- ested in all sports, especially when it means getting out to see them , . . particularly tond ot baseball , , . plans tor the tuture include that one spe' cial gal. DONALD FRANKLIN MARTIN "Donnie" . . . handsome with that dark hair . . . tond ot swimming and roller skating . , . likes to tinker with cars and drives a '5I Plymouth , , , undecided about tuture plans. KENNETH LAMAR MARTIN "Kenny" . . . hails from Lewistown . . . active in Future Farmers tor tour years. . . member ot Methodist Youth Fellowship . . . dislikes teachers be- cause ot homework . . . tuture-catclm ing one of the girls he has been chas- ing. by LEWIS SAMUEL MARTZ Blond and dimpled . . . member ot LAST WORD Statt tor three years and won yearbook two years in suc- cession tor securing Patrons to bool: .. . rabid tan ot U. ot Md. Football team . . . tavorite subiect-history, JACK CH RISTIAN MASSER Quiet manner . . . treasurer ot the Glee Club . . . likes to wander the halls and usually ends up talking to that one certain girl . . . future- plans to study and tollow a career in electronics. NANCY DARLENE MASSER "Dolly" ...slender tigure, wide smile . , . high stepping maiorette for three years . . . usually seen with Shirley. . . member ot Student Coun- cil for two years . . . tuture-secre- tary. JOHN MELVIN MASSER Known to all as "Melvin" . . . never a sound in history class . . . conscien- tious worker in shop , . , knows even more iokes than his buddy, Miskell. ROBERT DENNIS MASSER "Bob" , . , tall, quiet, and reserved ...member ot the High School Band . . , interested in tootball and base- ball , , . real gone on "heaps" and "hot-rods." WILBUR FRANKLIN McBRIDE "Mac" . . . big blond . . , usually talking to some girls... pilot ot black '50 Buick . . . tavorite saying, "You'd better believe it" . . . enjoys tootball and baseball . . . tuture-Navy. MARIE EDITH McCRACKEN "Cracky" . . . loaded with personal- ity . . , red headed but tavorite color is blue . . . cheerleader for tour years , , . president ot' Frederick CBYF . . , Switchboard operator at Protessional Bldg ..., tuture-telephone operator. JOANNE FEISER M EEHAN "Jo" . . . vivacious with personality to match . . , vice-president ot the Future Teachers . . . likes music and tinkles the ivories . . . copy editor tor the LAST WORD . . . member ot Tri- Hi-Y . . . tuture-schoolmarm. GEORGE DAVID MEHAFFIE Quiel' in class buf no carry-over out side . . . proud owner ol a '4I Chevy . . . Mr. Mesrer's lefr hand in wood shop . . . seen wilh Frances on oc- casion , . . furure-Air Force. PATRICIA MARLENE MEHAFFIE "Par" , . . has Ihose big, beaurilul brown eyes . . . good srudenr who does her share of sludying . . . neal dresser . . . experr al lhe arr ol sew- ing , . . fulure-Medical College ol Virginia. CHARLES OLAND MEITZLER "Buell" . . . fond ol square dancing and srrumming The guirar . . . mem- ber of 4'l-I and DeMolay . . . lakes good care ol his slomach . . , likes hunling, fishing, and riding . . , lu- rure-college and lhe calrle business. GEORGE ALVA MICHAEL Dark haired . . .equally ar home wirh lhe gun or rod . , . drives a '47 Chevy . . . belongs lo Boys' Recrearion Coun- cil . , . member of Lewisrown MYF . . . employed by lhe ASP . . . lulure -srill considering il. JAM ES WAYNE MILLS "Mill:er" . . . member ol rhe High School Band . . . Iravels lar and wide wilh "Rock" and "Buddy" . , . aclive in baslrerball Ihroughoul' school ca- reer . . . lulure-UB. Army. WILLIAM CLINTON MISKELL 'Bill" . . . gels a lriclc our of baseball and girls . . . ready supply ol' iolces and willicisms . . , enioys phys ed and shop . . . usually wilh fellow iolresrer, Melvin . . . fulure - bellebolromed Trousers. BARBARA ANN MISS "Barb" , . . small blonde, large in- leresr in "Buck" . , . lypisr lor "High- Flier" , , . per peeve-ironing clorhes ,. , iavorire saying-"Corlon pickers' . , , lurure-clerical work and house- keeping. MICHAEL LYNNE MOBERLY "Milne" . . , lun . , . 'lhinlcs 'rhere's no+hing like Mississippi and ils peo- ple . . . slumber parly enlhusiasf . . , fairhlul reacher ol Sunday school class . . , drives a hol Mercury . ,. lurure-a soulhern college. JOHN RUSSELL MOHLER "Jack" , . . lall and has a cule smile , . . member ol rlve Fulure Farmers . . . enioys drawing and driving , . . possesses one ol Ihose Fabulous ap- periles . . . slill undecided as lo lurure. JOHN W. MOLESWORTH, Ill "Jack" . , . cenler on varsiry loolball learn lor rhree years . . ,wriles, visils, and Iallcs Towson , . , lcnows lhe way lo Woodsboro by hearl . , . lulure- college. BLANCHE MILDRED MONATH Aclive member ol Ihe Glee Club for lhree years . . , spends many an in, dusrrious hour ar Scollies , , . has a personal inleresl' in lhe Armed Forces . . . member ol Calvary Melhodisf Church . . . lulure-marriage. DANIEL JOSEPH MOORE "Danny" . . . square dance lan Io rhe N'1h degree . . . member of Fu- 'rure Farmers and Ballenger 4-l-I Club . . . winner ol' lrip lo Nalional 4-I-l Convenlion . . . lulure-square danc- ing farmer. KENNETH LEE MORGAN "Bud" . . . member of frack feam for two years . . . foo much home work, no? enough firne for lunch . . . mis- erable in social sfudies classes . . . fufure-exploring fhe seven seas MARY EDITH MULLINIX Farrner's daughfer, and glad of if . . . freasurer of Pleasanf Grove MYF . . . likes dancing and exercising fhe "H8's" . . . fond of hillbilly music . . . fufure-business college. HAROLD LLOYD M URPHY "Murph" . . . favorife subiecf is Phys Ed . . .soccer player.. .fond of fish- ing and hunting . . . member of FFA . . . operalor of a hof moforcycle . . . inferesfs lie in fhe field of mechanics. BETTY DOLORES MYERS "Beffs" . . . usually pounding away af a fypewrifer in fhe guidance office . . . member of fhe Devofional Com- miflee . . . inferesfed in fhe Brooklyn Dodgers and wrifing . . . fufure- business school, WACS. or wrifer. CONSTANCE MARIE MYERS "Connie" . . , sweef kid wifh a per- sonalized giggle . . . Honored Queen of Job's Daughfers . . . freasurer of PNA, member of Thespians, and acfive in Tri-Hi-Y . . . parfial fo redheads . . . fufure-nurse. JAMES BASCOM NEAL "Jim" . . . musician in fhe band . . . member of fho DeMoIay . . . usually off somewhere wifh hook, line, and sinkor . . . enjoys fallring fo a cerfain girl in fhe hall . . . fufure-college. NICKIE CHRISTIE NICHOLS '4Nick" , . , besf sleeper in fhe Senior Class . . , member Of varsify foofball feam . . . usually hanging over a pool 'lable down af fhe "Y" . . . pef peeve -females . . fufure-college and elecfrical engineering. ALICE DEVON NICODEMUS I-lails from Liberfy . . , enioys dancing and lisfening fo hillbilly music . . . special inferesf in a cerfain Chevy, buf more inferesled in ifs owner . . . fulure-wedding bells. LEONARD G. NICODEMUS "Lenny" . . , from down Johnsville way , . . member of Brefhren Church and CBYF. . . has more fhan a pass- ing inferesl' in fhe bruneffes of Araby , . .fond of all sporfs . . . no fufure plans. DEAN WELTY NIKIRK Tall, dark, and handsome . , . par- licipanf in all phases of sporfs prof gram . . . likes fishing, hunfing, and a cerfain girl , . . pei' peeve-pedal pushers , . . fufure-business college and accounfanf. RONALD DWIGHT NIKIRK "Ronnie" , . . pals around wifh Rifen- our . . . enioys periods in wood shop . . , member of soccer feam . . .fu- fure-plans fo ioin 'rhe Navy. DONALD ROBERT ODEN "Donnie" , . . has a very original laugh . . , forever saying, "Dig Thaf" , . . foofs a hof lrumpef , . .member of bofh 'the band and fhe orchesfra . . . fufure-plans fo affend fhe Navy School of Music. JANICE ELEANOR . PHELPS Perky, black-haired girl . , . looks good in pink , . . keeps close Irack ol the boys . . . special inleresf in one ol Ihe big wheels around school . I aclive member of YTC. EMILY JANE PLUNKARD Long, black, nafurally curly hair . a real charmer . , , from Urbana . .. crazy abour hillbilly music . . . per peeve-home economics . . . iulure- sfill undecided. FLORENCE RUTH PLUNKERT "Shorly" . . . another lover ol hill, billy music . . . also inleresied in one I parlicular hillbilly . , . hepped-up over cooking classes . . . fulureeihe big quesrion. MARY CATHERINE PLUNKERT llplllfllin . . . nice smile . . . nurs abour physical ed classes, skafing, and one cerlain fellow . , . cowboys around in a '48 Ponlia: . , . no plans beyond gradualion. l KATHLEEN POFFINBERGER "KaIhy" . . ,from Jerlerson , . , likes hiilbilly music and swimming , . , sold on Ford cars , . . againsr homework . . . fufure-plans Io be a Iypisr. BARBARA JEAN POOLE "Bobbie" . . . a real blonde doll . . . spends leisure lime skafing al Brads dock . , . hales 'raking books home . . . '52 green Chevy makes The hearr beal Iasler . . . 'lulure-orange blos- soms. JOHN THEODORE POOLE "Ted",. ,likes sleeping and driving a '4i Plynioulh convertible . . . acrive in dramaiics . . , member of rhe Road Angels , , , lulure-somelhinq io do with cars. WILLIAM WAYNE PORTEUS 'Wayne" . . . likes swimming, movies, ard smarr clorhes . . , favorite sub- iecr-bookkeeping . . . lavorile say- ing, "Joke, Joke" , , , has his eye on one pariicular gal . . , fufure- bookkeep r or oriiculluqsl slkaoflv ,":'?' ffzl QV7'YUD'V'Jflj inyTHOMAS N ELL "Tommy" . . . easy-going lype . . versalile sax and clarinef player in ihe band and orchesrra . . , enioys slaying ou? all nigh? and par? ol The morning , . some appelile . , . lufure Arnusic. ROBERT EDWARD POWERS "Sharkey' . . . ieels Ihaf lile is berrer ar night , , . inferesled in girls and the hollesf Ford in Iown . . . really goes lor rhal' U.S, Hisfory, iusf can? give it up , . . lulure-Army, Navy, or Air Force. JOSEPHINE MAE PRATT "Jo" , , . easyfgoing blonde wilh deep blue eyes . . , likes skaring, lraveling, and winier . . , dislikes sunrise . . , thinks dimples and crew-culs are marks oi disfinoion on any guy. PATRICIA PRIME "Pal" , , . likes Lily Pons and The U. gl Md 44,. member of Thespians, FTA, Glee Club, and Devofional Corn- miree . . . scools around Town in lhe 'Golden Caskelf' , . , iulufe- I-lood College. JO ANN PRIOR "Jo" . . , naiurally blonde curly hair . . . member of Junior Class Execu- 'rive Commiilee . . . Sfudenf Council Represeniafive in Senior year . . . aclive in Tri-I-Ii-Y . . . likes cloihing, dancing, and males. . .fulure-model. CHARLES EVERETT RAMSBURG "Evie" . . . knighrly qualifies and nice eyes , . . four year looiball man . . knack for breaking up aquipmenl . . . pei peeve-spiced ham , . . fuiure- college or mililary service. g , -A W ,Ql- M 0 SARAH, iii RAM- B ays a hor Fen orn for four years in Ihe dL. . , secreiary of FHS Band F Three years . , .member oi girls' v siry baskeiball and volley- ball Ie s . . . acfive in 4-I-I and church choir , . . crazy abour square dancing. GERALDINE LaRUE REDMOND "Jer" . , . member of Junior Varsify and varsiiy baskelball reams , , . one of fhe "Big Five" . . , loves fo argue . . . inferesied in Idaho and nor be- cause of ifs pofaioes . . . iuiure- business college. KATH LEEN PATRICIA REEDER Real cure gal wifh personalify plus . . . member of ..lob's Daughlers . , . aclive in FHS Band for Ihree years . , unusual inferesl in Adamsfown . , . fufure-beaufy culiure school. CHARLOTTE LaRUE REMSBERG "Chady" . . . a nice girl . , . from Buckeysiown , , . usually seen wiih "Liz," "Peg," and "Ty" , , . acrive in 4--H and Grange . . . member of Jef- ferson Evangelical Reformed Church . . , square-dancer . . . iuIure-secre- iary. REBECCA LEE RENN "Becky" . . . nofed lor ihar crazy laugh . . . usually seen wilh Marfha and Peggy . . . member oi S+. Paul's Lufheran Churcli . . , secrelary oi Sunday School class . . . likes fooiball and basketball , , , iulure-secreiary, DONNA LEE REXROAD Quiet small, and blonde . . . has a friendly way abour her . . . keen in- leresr in Cumberland and baskeiball games . , . member of MYF and FTA . . , iavorile saying-"Holy Cow" . , fuiure-Towson Sfaie Teachers College, GRACE REBECCA RICE "Gracie" . , . blonde wirh poise . , . sings like a niglwlingale . , . member ol Glee Club for four years and Presideni during Senior year . . . inreresfed in a maroon DeSo+o , luiure-a walk down lhe aisle. IRENE KATHRYN RICE "KiII'ie" . . . cure gal wiih rhal long, braided, brown hair . . . loves fhose rwo-foned Fords . . , Mary'5 ofher half . . . claims her pei peeve is Fl-IS boys buf fulure plans ieafure mar' riage. RUSSELL JAMES RINEHART "Dink" . . . member of The lwigh school band for four years . . . assislanf drum maior . . . one of The sleady workers in woodsliop . . . repufafion for being ready wirh Ihe wise-cracks. HAROLD LEE RITENOUR Nikirk's consiani' companion . . , iall, dark . , , a ready laugh , . . ardenr soccer ian . . . lavorife subiecl' is U.S. Hislory wilh POD running a close second . . . lurure-plans io ioin fha Navy and see ihe world. JEANNETTE AMANDA RUDY Quief kid buf loads of lun . . , be- longs Io Band, PNA. Thespians, and Job's Daughlers . . A admirer of Air Force blue . . . fulure-plans Io enrer lhe nursing profession. WILLARD KEYSER RUDY "Fulv" , . . enioys giving ieachers a rough lime . . . enlhusiaslic aboul a while Ponliac and a special member of Ihe Junior class . . . member of yarsiiy base Il and so leams SAROI. L N SAN ERS fulure-23 e n si I , WWW Busy gal . . . presidenr of PNA . , . firsr girl "Veep" of Sludenl Council . . . member oi Honor Sociely, Thes- pians, JoI:'s Dauqhlers, LAST WORD Slalil, and Tri-Hi-Y . , . plays varsily bask l'aa,d so ball . , A fulurei I K c ge. I I N H, 0 I I 00' ' ar, fl' I. It UTH VIRGINIA SCHEEL "Sis" . . . cule and sweel , . . .loans olher half . , . secrelary of Episcopal Sunday School . . , inleresled in lhe good looking guys from Ml, Airy . . . per peeve-homework . . . lnlure- marriage. WALDTRAUT SCHNELL "TrauIe" , . . exchange sfudenl from Germany . . . charming manner and engaging smile . . , likes boafing, swimming, dancing, and drawing A , , lascinaling accenl . . , plans 'ro allend inIerpreIer's school al Hamburg. CONSTANCE CELESTE SCHULTZ "Connie" . . , cure number. . . one ol The "Big Five" . . . member ol Edgewood Church of God and the CGYA , . . a very special inreresl in one cerlain 'iJim" . . , lulure-un, decided. EARL FULTON SEARS "Buzzy" . . . likes Io linker wilh cars . . . enioys driving his Chevy . . . malhemalician . . . enioys hunling and Fishing . . . has keen inleresl in speed boar and slock car racing . .. lulure - engineer or rhe building lrade. DOROTHY MAXINE SEXTON Known ro Iriends as "Max" , . . member of Execulive Commillee lor Iwo years and worked on lhe De- vcfional Commilree For lwo years . .. slrongly allracred by a cerlain red- head , . , lulure-secrerary and house- keeper, X 'V .4 , , 1 ' X THOMAS HOWARD :SI-IADELI "Tommy" . . . real crazy bul a poet al hearl . , . afraid oi girls, especial- ly Ihe kidnapping kind . , . earns money shooling pool al 'rhe NY' , . . mainlains lhal Cleveland is lhe only ball club . . . lulnre-business college, NELLIE LEE SHAFER Kays' conslanl companion . . . mem- ber ol Ballenger 4'I-I club , , . enioys al sporls. sewing, and col'e:ling min- iafure dogs . , , has a special inleresl af Lander.. . likes red hair. SH ERRY DIANE SHAFER Brown curly hair worn in the page boy slyle , . . member ol Jobs Daugh- lers - - V acliye in Glee Club for Three years , , , avid inleresr in a black Chrysler . , . fulurefweddirig bells, MARY VIRGINIA SH ECKELLS Nice smile and pleasing personalily , . . pals around 'wilh "Barb" . , . enioys swimming . . , always On hand lor baskerball and loolball . . . special inleresf in the Sears warehouse . . lufure-secrefary and marriage. HELEN VIRGINIA SHREVE ShorI', quiel, blonde , . . follows a large variely of inferesfs , . , usually found wilh Sonny . , . Iufure-beauly school and an eye Io malrimony, CHARLES WILLARD SH RY Doesn'+ par? wifh inlcrmarion . . . fond of all sporls, specifically base- ball and hunfinq . . . parficularly fond of hisfory and malh . . , drives a '52 Chevy . . . lan of Ihe Washinglon Senafors. BETTY JANE SHULTZ "Bef" . . . sparkling blue eyes . . . swims like a fish . . . likes fo sing and dance , . . member of Evangelical Lulheran Church . . . fufure-recep- Iionisr or inrerior decoralor. CHARLES NOBLE SINES "Buddy" .. . hunfer of deer and gals . . . old hand wifh a fishing rod . . . favorire sporl'-soccer . . , member of Araby Merhodisf Church , . . 'lu- fure-agricullure and haling of farm produce. ARBOR CLARK SMITH Acfive in now defuncf monifors . . . member of high school band and Sfudenr Council . . . favorile subiecl -hislory . . . likes office work . . . inferesfed in religion and people . . . fufure-clergy or business world. BARBARA JANE SMITH "Barb" . . . cule New Yorker wirh rhe crazy lauqh . . , cheerleader . . . goes wild al fhe loolball games . , , favo- rile recrealion-dancing . . . lurure- walfzing Io Ihe slrains of Ihe wedding march. DANIEL BOWERS SMITH "Danny" . , , favorife loaling place is in rhe halls . . . member of FFA , . . hobbies include horses and hunling . . . fulure-"From fhe Halls of MonIezuma" and farming. EVELYN MAY SMITH "Ebbie" . . . member of FHS Band and Ihe Jefferson Communify Band . . . vice-presidenl of Lurher League . . , assislanf organisl and choir di- recfor for Sf. Paul's Lulheran Church . . . lulure-nurse. JEAN AUDREY SMITH "Jeanis" . . . Rulh's shadow . . . sweel and genfle excepl as member of vol- leyball Ieam . , . doesn'I appreciale homework . . . coleclor of vases . . . lulure-collecling a husband fo go wilh Ihe vases. JOAN VIRGINIA SMITH An imporl from Liberly . . . likeable personalily . . . fond of hillbilly music, relevision, and swimming , , , can be found af a cerlain drive-in . . . doesn'I like Io rake books home . . lufure-Ihe Waves. LEE CARL SMITH Popular . . . usually gelling info some- Ihing along wirh Carroll and Raymond , , . acfive member ol SI. Luke's Church and Lurher League . . . UH- decided as Io fufure plans. NORMA IRENE SMITH Hails from Liberfy . . . usually seen wilh Rulh , . . follows The baskalball games . . . likes hillbilly music and those Salurday nighr dances . . . favo- rile expression, "NaIch" . . - fufure -secrelary. PATRICIA ANN SMITH "Pal" , , . devilish blue eyes. . . ex- cels in all sporls . . . noled lor her conslanl challer . . . quile a characler . , . usually seen wilh Nancy and Tex .,.lulure-plans lo allend a business SCIIOOI. . ff., ,,,1 I SALLY sNouFFER SMITH Frederick's noled ballerina . , . swim, ming and lennis enlhusiasl.. .usually knee deep in grease painl and dra- malic procluclions . . . member ol Thespians , , . lulure-Greenbrier College. SHIRLEY ANN SMITH Can usually be found haunling Annie and Evelyn . . . enioys lhose business law classes . . . pel peeveiEngIish classes . . . lulure-here comes lhe bride. MARGARET ROSE SPANGLER "Peggy" ...sparkling brown eyes and prelly black hair , . . one ol lhe "Big Four" . . . inleresled in swimming, skaling, and lhe khaki color ol Ihe Armed Forces . , , lulure-secretary, CATHERINE VIRGINIA SPECHT "Kellie" . . . cule blonde wilh prelly blue eyes . . . anolher one wild aboul dancing and hillbilly music . . . mem- ber ol lhe Brelhren Church . . . lulure -wedded bliss. ARMATHA ELIZABETH STALEY "R" , . . loves swimming pools in summer and skaling rinks in winler . . . deep, dark eyes . . . enioys lhose nighlly spins in local "hol rods" . . Mounlaindale boosler. BARBARA ELIZABETH STALEY "Barb" . . . member ol lhespians and aclive in dramalics, PNA, and Girls' Recrealion Council . . . manager ol girls' sollball learn , , , lavorile say- ing, 'Gee whizzi' , . . lulure-nursing or leaching. NANCY SCOTT STAUFFER "Nance" . . , lall blonde wilh beau- lilul hair and sweel personalily , . . "Veep" of lhe Glee Club . . , mem- ber ol lhe Trial-li-Y . , , lond of play- ing lhe piano and malh classes , . . lulure-Oberlin College. SEYMOUR BURTON STERN "See" . . , snappy dresser . . . Casa- nova lype . . . easy lo gel along wilh . , . aclive in Sludenl Council and I'li-Y . . . our lavorile Thespian . . . likes lyping and dislikes going sleady ...should be quile a Iulure, ANNA JANE STICKELL 'A.J." . . . peppy prexy ol lhe Tri- HifY and lhe LAST WORD Slall . .. member of Quill and Scroll and lhe Honor Sociely , , . parlial lo fall men and harps , . . luluregschoolmarm. CHARLOTTE GRACE STILES Junior leader ol New Markel girls' 4-H . , . loves her Jersey cows . , . lond ol square dancing and Fulure Farmers . , , eclive member ol lhe Grange . . .lulure-leacher and lar- mer's wile. BEATRICE VIRGINIA STONE I-lails lrom Jellerson A , , grade "A" baby siller . . , loves school , , , musically inclined . . , enioys home economics . . . doesn'l believe in wasling lime al movies . , , lulure- marriage, ROXANNA LEE STRINE "Rottie" . . A cute with a pleasant per- sonality . . , treasurer ot the Senior Class . . . member ot Job's Daughters, LAST WORD, PNA, and Thespians ...special interest in Adamstown. HILDA VIOLA STULL Thinks homework and tests are most aggravating . . . specializes in math . . carries plentitul supply ot gum , . . trequently humming "Theres Something about a Soldier" . . . tu- ture-homemaker. SHIRLEY ANN STULL Brown eyes and long blonde hair. ,. quiet observant type in school but quite the opposite out ot school . . . interested in a '49 green Dodge con- vertible . . . tuture-stenographer. JOHN CARROLL STUP Quiet mannered . . . past member ot the school patrol . , . active in the Glee Club tor three years . , . Often seen rambling about with Lee . . , tu- ture-Marylancl State Police. JOHN FRANKLIN STUP "Stupie" . , . lover ot the sports , . . believes in progressive education with the homework omitted , . . tuture- mechanized tarmer. WILLIAM RUSSELL STUP "Bill" , . , trumpeter in the band tor tour years , . , loves history and POD, with a grain ot' salt . . . drives a "red" hot Chevy . . . goofs ott in Class 4 , , tuture-the 564.000 ques- tion. JOYCE LEE SULLIVAN One ot our prettiest maiorettes . . . the domestic type, loves to cook and crochet . . , good student . . . active member ot Johnsville Methodist Church . . . tuture-nurse in the Navy Blue. ANNIE ELAINE SUMMERS Dark hair. . .flies around with Shirley, Evelyn, and Hilda . . .special interest in boys, sports, movies, music, and more boys. . . known as a talker, sing' er, and cut-up in general. CHARLES KEEFER SUMMERS "Chiz" . . , interested in music . . . publicity manager ot FHS Band . , . active in all three instrumental organ- izations ot the school . . . likes shop . . , "Veep" ot Frederick District Luther League . . . tuture-6ettys- burg. ROY CLARKE SU MMERS A blond one . . . member ot Future Farmers and Jetterson 4-H ...ardent "Terp" tan . . . notorious tor the wise-cracks . , . driver ot a peppy '54 Dodge . . . tuture-tarmer. JOAN PATRICIA SUMMERS "Joanie" . . . cute with an adorable smile . . , member ot Job's Daughters and Thespians . . . tavorite saying "Large charge" . . . mathematician ot considerable note . , . tuture- nurse. SANDRA KAY SUMMERS Known as "Kay" . . . interested in all sports on tield days . . . pet peeve -music lessons , . . member of Luth- eran Church . . . tuture-Registered Nurse. DIA P OM 7 f "T ...l lyc pk'ion,. ac in work . , , fa ire sa Inq-" Good s" . . . secref lary W Shieel's railerwes . ' Ii s rchery mm 5a ' Q sub' -"N A BARBARA ANN THOMPSON "Barb" . . . green-eyed blonde who can always find something funny , , . rhinks homework ruins school , . . special inleresis-skafing and driving thai Olds . , . layorire saying, "Nfl only Thai, buf-" CAROLYN ANN THOMPSON Tall blonde , . . hopped up over ball' room dancing and a Balrirnorean , . . favoriie saying, "l-low aboul rival" . . . lulure-pounding a fypewriler. DOROTHY LOUISE THOMPSON "Tall, alfracrive, and blonde , . frequenrly seen a1Ml.PleasanlDanfes wifh "Doors" . . . likes all sporrs and played baskerball in Sophomore year, HELEN BERNICE THOMPSON Lois of lun , . . likes driving and sewing , . . gels a "bang" our ol a piano ...one of ihe "Big Four" . .. srrange lascinalion for a '53 Slude baker, ROBERT WAYNE TITLOW "Bob" . . . hangs around wirh James lhorou hl enioys chasing wornen . . . Q Y i especially blondes, bruneiles, and red' heads , . , fufure-Jwearer of the Air Force blue. DONALD CLARKE TOMS Donnie" . , . parr-lime slrudenr , , . very blue eyes . . , all our for dairy larrning, MH, FFA, and girls . , . usually sounding oil wilh, 'll-ley, good lookin" , , , likes To alfend sales . . . lulure-dairy farming. EDWARD G. TOMS Eddie" , . . ardenl inleresl in one girl , , . member ol bolh soccer and rrack reams . . . can usually be seen wilh "Bo" and lhe gang. EVELYN GWYNN TOMS Can olren be found hobnobbing with Annie and Shirley . . . hails lrorn Poinr of Rocks , , . pei peeve-English Class , . . favorile Subiecl-Business Law . . ,lulure-ollice worker. MARY CATHERINE TOMS "Suge" . , . shor'r and cure wilh blonde hair . , , belongs lo The Grange . . . crazy abour skaring , , , lavorire saying-"Bile mel' . . , has eyes lor one Fellow only . . . lulure-secrelary. RALPH EDGAR TRACEY 'Ed' . , . pei peeves-lale slips and The kiddie games in phy ed . , . meme ber of 'loolball squad For two years , , , likes baskelball , , , fhinks school should be like rhe Army where he plans lo go in rhe lurure. BARBARA JEAN UTTERBACK 0'5- 'Barb' . . . lilrle girl buf big person alily . , . member ol: l-lonor Sociefy . , . Presidenl ol Fufure Teachers . . acrive on lhe LAST WORD slafl . . excels in malh and grammar . , loyal employee ol Penney's. we S Vi? I FOSSEN IXNXAN ELI gif! H i fro F a ville . . . usually 1 . , ,L c ckinqlfaw f Iypewrifer in e of qu'd c ice . . . like s rfhand an ly i v I' of p I , . . sp , ar- icu baseba , . . enioys reading M sewing, . . furure-secrefary. K . BARBARA ANN VIRTS "Barb" . . . shorf and sweel bruneffe . . . inferesred in one cerfain boy and one specific car . . . enioys skaling and bowling . , , fufure-secrefary and Ihen marriage. . Qu' l R E TER " ern., . . ers n lar Ihafs hard o sc as allynm ed... al r d loy a cl laugh , nio ' mo gridiron p s l Ih "Peachy" f . . -c ege. DONALD L. WACHTER "Don" . , . a good looking guy , . likes marhemafics in any form . . . never misses a baseball or foolball confesf . . , live wire in secrion IZG3 . . fufure-soaring info rhe wild blue yonder. . . x HELEN REBECCA WACHTER Y K'Peachy"A. . . a real doll . . , blue- eyed bltfnde 'wirh pleasanr plersonaliiy . , . rieal dresser . . . frequenily found I . dH?he Braddock Roller Rink . R. hiain ' 'i'inferesI-I-lhe opposile species . . . Y. t 'pals around wiih "Nuef." JEANNETTE RHOADS WACHTER Pleasanr smile for all occasions . . . member of fhe Glee Club for four years . , . anofher one of The sfeady workers in'fhe guidance office . . . fond of sporfs . , . pilofs a Buick.. . fulure-secrelary. L' SARA AN N WACHTER "Saw" , . . Frederick's favorife slum- ber parfy hosfess . . . mosl frequent expression-"Oh Heck" . . . firsf page edilor of Ihe "High-Flier" . . . Mu- sician of Job's Daughfers . . . fufure -College and Medical Technician DAISY EUGENIA WACHTER "Dirfy" , . . close fo being fhe mosf mischievous girl in FHS , . . doesn'f believe in fasfinq . . . pei peeve- hisrory , . . member of Doubs MYF . . . favorile saying-"Oh Boy" . . . fufure-healing fhe sick. 1 f - fp f 1 1 ' - ll .. J". 1" L rl J V I DORIS MARIE WARRENFELTZ Full of vimwvigor, and viraliry . . . acrive,in all school proiecis . . , mem- ber of band and Fufure Nurses,. . . officer in-Job's Daughfers . . . rnernf ber of Tri-Hi-Y . . . aims fo be a medical secrerary. RAYMOND EUGENE WASTLER "Ray" . . . presidenf of Lewislown MYF . . . enrhusiasfic fan of foofball and baseball . . .has spenf four busy. indusrrious years in woodshop . . . usually in Ihe company of Lee and Earl. SANDRA LEE WAY "Sandy" . . , spends leisure fime horse- back riding . . . happy driver of a Sfuclebaker , . . likes Io harmonize . .. offen with Joyce . . . fu'rure-srenog- rapher, ELLA LEE WEBB Commules from Dickerson . . . well liked . . . fond of hillbilly music . . . enjoys cooking , . , has high hopes of owning a blue Ford converlible , . , dislikes sfudying af home , . . fufure-office work. JAMES BERNARD WEBB, JR. "Jimmy" . . . oufdoors man . . swims, hunls and fishes . . . aversion for prelfy girls . , . aclive in scouring . . . one of Ihe lawmakers of the Siu- denl' Council , . . member of rhe Lufher League . . . fuiure-business college. ARTHUR PAUL WEBB, JR. "Paul" . . . lall, dark, and rugged . . . handles a green '49 Ford , . . close confendar for office oi mayor of Thurslon . . . aclive in Furure Farmers . . . fulure-a carpenfer with a dream of wooden casfles. CHARLES w. wsnore "Buddy" ...usually seen with "Milk, er," "Rocky," and "Tommy" , , A wore Bermudas Io lhe carnival , , . played baskelball for iour years and baseball for Iwo , . . main inleresl-gelling ou? of school, THELMA JENESE WEIDMAN Answers lo "Dee Dee" or "Neal" .. decreased Ihe populalion oi Marrins- burg by moving fo Frederick . . , dislribufion manager for lhe "High- Flier" . . . iurure-a college career and Ihen marriage, MARCIA WEISSMAN "Cheesie" . . . sense of humor and a snappy Charleslon slap , . . one of fhe edirors of Ihe "High-Flier" , , . member oi ihe Tri-Hi-Y, Thespians. and Fuiure Teachers . . . likes reading and acling . . . fulure-college. PATRICIA ANN WENTZEL "Par" . . , noled for her sparkling per- sonalily . . . aifirrnafive opinion aboul Ihe name "Jimmy" . . , member oi Fulure Nurses . . . secrelary on "I-lighf Flier" siafi . . . fufure-receplionisl and lhen marriage. DOROTHY YVONNE WHITE "Vonnie' ...shorresl girl in fhe class . . . usually seen 'wilh Jeannie and ine male ser , , . iavoriie expressionf "Lens have a parryw , , . iulure- mosr undecided. MARION J. WHITTER 'Benny' '... likes all sporls, bu' par' liculariy girls' spcrrs when he is a specfalor , . . proud owner of a Chevy convertible . . . member of Calvary lvlelhodisl Church . . , fulure-Coasl Guard. DAVID DOUGLAS WHITTINGTON "Whir" , , , inleresled in assembling and flying model airplanes , . . loses neilher love nor sleep over POD , .. keeps lhe girls in a 'ldilherm . . . inlurew-Air Force, SANDRA JEAN WICKLESS 'Sandyll . . . quile a gal . . . blonde. Curly hair, snappy dresser, srnarr look- ing clolhes ...' 'Veepm ol: Tri-l-li-Y ,. .second page edilor oi lhe ' High- Fler' . . , 'riernber ol Fufure Teachers . college boand. SHIRLEY CATHERINE WILES 'Cab '.., Eleanor! olher half' . . . loves lo go cn 'ong lrips , , . spends belrer perl oi summer in sorneoneis larrn pond . . , per peeveglfnglish homework . . . noi worried aboul fu'ure. DANIEL S. WILLARD 'Danny' . . . member oi varsily fool- ba-l and baseball feams , , . guardian cl Sludenf Council finances . . . "Veep" ol IZAI and a big-wig in lne HLY, Delvlolay, and lhe Explorer Scouls . . . :hei al The Twin Twisr. JAMES PAUL WILLARD "Jim" . . . sprinfs in fhe halls . . . serious abouf his sfudies , . . inferesfed in dramafics and music . . . Chairman of fhe Devofional Commiffee , . , Presidenf of Thespians and member of The Honor Sociefy. LARRY McCOMAS WI LLARD Likes school especially well on holis days . , . drives an aqua-green Ply- moufh and a flashy red fruck . . , has no difficulfy wifh language barriers . . . fufure-U.S. Marines. TEXANNA BELLE WOOD "Tex" . . . loads of personalify and a hosf of friends . . , wrapped up in sporfs and acfive on Recreafion Coun- cil . . , fondness for hisfory . . . fufure -office work. LULA IRENE WRIGHT Diminufive bruneffe . . . sfill wafers run deep . . . never leaves her laugh al' home . . . foo much homework . .. maioreffe wifh fhe High School Band . . . fufure-office work. FRANK WILLIAM YANOS "Frankie" or "Shorf Sfuff" . . . frans- fer from S+. John's . . . fasf man on fhe baskefball courf and member of varsify feam for pasl' fwo years . . usually around fown somewher wx "Tommy." P I W ,lwylfrllljl DAVID HARRISON YINGER "Dave" . . . genial . , , real crazy drummer . . . fries fo ouf-fall: feachers wifh considerable degree of success . . . parf-fime employee of ALP , . . member of DeMolay and Explorer Scouls . . . fufure-Naval School of Music. HARRY ALBERT YOUNG "Skip" . , . has e lukewarm '47 Ford , . . plays a hof clarinef . . , bafon wielder for fhe "Moonlighfers" . , . on Execufive Commiffee for fhree years . . . acfive in Hi-Y, Delvlolay, Band and Orchesfra . . . fufure- musician, BARBARA ANN ZIMMERMAN "Pal"' , , . personalify kid . . . Shire leys' beffer half . . . lively inferesf in Damascus.. . favorife saying, "Who? Me?" . . , pef peeve-homework. THOMAS JOSHUA ZIMMERMAN "Zeke" . . . hails from Fegaville . . . presidenf of fha Lufher League and Region 2 of fhe Fufure Farmers . , . vice-presidenf of fhe Bellenger 4-H Club . . . proud of his I-lolsfeins . . . fufure-dairy farmer. WINIFRED L. ZIMMERMAN "Pefe" . . . formerly of Brunswick , . . pleasanf smile and full of fun . . acfive in Jefferson Lufher League . , . fufure-whife cap and uniform of fhe nursing profession IORS IKE SHARP NOTE 11-A1 Firs1Row: WILLIAM ADAMSON JOHN DANE? "' , Y 1, THO AS DE ONf J' RYQIQIXQRVD V GAI5? I5 ,ff EDVQAIRD DAUGHERTX . P . I -I. geconzf WILLIAM FOUT I WILLIAM GROVE A DAVID HESS SAM HOLLINOSWORTH MONTY KEMP Third Row: WAYNE LONG WAYNE MULLICAN ROBERT POOLE SHERMAN REEDER DQON SMIT Fourth Row: LARRY STLIR WAYNE THOMAS CAREY WIMMER MAROERY ATKINSCJQSC: AN NA BOONE if Fiffh Row: 7 JANET COOK Q, T BETTY DAVIS JANIE GRIFFIN I 1-' s JOYCE HARBAUGH MARY HOUSTON ' I Sixfh Row: OWEN JORDAN ANN KNILL t - LYNN MACE BILLIE MILLER I9 ' MARTHA RAMSBU .J ,vw J Sevenfh Row: 'L .2 CAROLE SCARFF CONSTANCE SHA NANCY SMITH LINDA WEINTRALTQZ5 N EDWIN ROBLE M 4,44-. .rv cr ,- rw A Firsf Row: Q 4 NIEREDITH ALEXANDERX RICHARD BOHN I JOHN CARMODY K MILTON CREAGER E DAVID DENNEY 'I' N Second Row: Q EDWIN EOx 1 ROBERT HAMMO I JOHN HUNTER I . ROBERT LARSEN E . ROBERT MOORE -- Third Row: WILLIAM MOORE R X. THOMAS PRYOR IM JOSEPH REXROADKQ, ALBERT SCHULTZ " cHEsTER'sTONE Fgurfh Row: ALDEN SUMMERS JOHN WALLINOFORD DALE WEST NORMA BEST JOAN BOYER Fiffh Row: KAY CRAWFORD JOANNE DERR BARBARA HAINES FAY HARTMAN NANCY JACKSON Sixfh Row: IREGOY JENKINS ELEANOR KEENEY JEANNETTE MQKENZIE BARBARA MIJLLICAN PATRICIA REAVER Sevenih Row: I FREDERICK EYSTER CYNTHIA SCHIESS JUNE SHERMAN PATRICIA STROSNIDER MARY WILLARD T82 O m-api kjnlx, wk, 5-L.. JI- H , -Q- III R, R -A f I 'bw I' I3 e I, ip , M2-J-Ef5eD42,.L QL 5,1,,M5dC qgbjfki Sill- V, U e 245-AL.' 474525 f eff? Xipfu X fzgcg-EL L: all I, 1- Firsi' Row: RICHARD BECKLEY DONALD BROWN RENO CLINGAN ' ROBERT EIROR THERON GREEN Second Row: RANDALL HIGKNBOTHAM CHARLES KELLER DARRELL LEGORE ROBERT MOSS TERENCE O'NEILL AE! ff, ROBE T R PGIB Rf ARKE 0 Fourfh Row: gIW9I5gi,,,, CHARLES ZEHNDER GLENDA BIEHL BARBARA BROWN HONOR CROWTHER ELEANOR ENGLAND I, -1-'V z-In G Fifih Rowzx I Y , JANICE HANN' WANDA HOFFMAN' MARILYN JONES , ROSE KEENEY GEORGIA MASSER 4 Sixfh Row: QHINEY O'BRIEN JLJILIA SCHINDEL LINDA SMITH BETTIE WARRENFELTZ LORETLA YOUNG I 1 J- I I If-,C 1 X Firsi Row: DOUGLAS DIXON WALTER MCKINNEY JOE NORRIS ROBERT RAMSBURG RICHARD REMSBURG Second Row: BERNARD RINEHART CLYDE STONE BARBARA CLARK LORETTA COOK MARIE DELAUTER Third Row: JEANNE DESPBAUX BARBARATEEN EATON ARDENE ESWORTHY GAYLE FLAIR NANCY GEISBERT Fourih Row: EMILY HEWITT JUDITH HOFFMAN DORIS MASSER SANDRA MICHAEL MARY MOORE 54179 NAN Y PH S MARY RICE SALLY RUNKLE BEVERLY SNYDER EILEEN STITELY Fam. A Sixih Row: MARTHA STULL PATRICIA WACHTER PATRICIA WINPIGLER NORMA WRIGHT CINDY ZUFALL M 1 3117, Af ff? . gg, p.ff".fr'f 6 55410 KA. . -fd!! 'P-fl. 4, .vf- -, Q, ,fgf f, ff' 1-Q ,m.4Lgfoz4.,Q. QL, SJC, 6Lf2L.' A KL! Firsi Q EVE BASSEORD , MARY BLETHE jd RUTH BUCHAWM ' MARY CARIEIR SMLLA COLE BETTY CRUM Third Row: VIRGINIA NNI GWENDOLYN DU BARBARA ELKINS MARY ESWQRTHYXJ PHYLLIS HAHN Fourih Row: 1:9 - fy ' ' IRENE HOFFMAN ' NANCY HICKS SUSAN KEEPER 55 JO ANN KERRIGA CLAUDIA LACKEY lf . 5 FIHI1 Row: LAVERNA IVIASSER 'NANCY MILLER PAGE RICE ROUTZAI-IN ixih Row: , AIL RUNKLES DIXIE SMITH VIRGINIA STEVENS MAR RTE STOKES M TA STUP Sevan+I1Row: FRANCES WARNER MARGARET WILSON EVELYN ZIGLER II-GCI Firs+ Row: THOMAS ALBAUGH ALLEN BROWN LARRY CAMPBELL TOMMY CARSWELL PAUL EIGENBRODE Second Row: DONALD GRABILL JAMES HAMILTON MICHAEL HESS BILLY KNILL THOMAS LITTLETON Third Row: GRAYSON MERCER RICHARD MORGAN GORDON PALMER HERBERT RAMSBUR6 FLOYD SETTLE Fourfh Row: ROBERT SPEAK EDWARD TRITTIPOE FREDDIE WELLER CHARLES WINPIGLER BETTY BAKER Fif+h Row: MARY BAKER PEGGY BAUGHER DOROTHY BLACKWELL JANICE CECIL WANDA DELASHMUTT Six+I1 Row: BARBARA FLOHR JOAN FRY JEAN GOODE BETTY HAMILTON PATSY HARDY Sevenfh Row: PATRICIA HAWKER BARBARA LAWSON LAVERNA MERCER HELEN NUSBAUM BARBARA RIPPEON EigI1+I1 Row: JANE SHUFF JUDY WACHTER FLORENCE WARNER BECKY WRIGHT II-GC2 Firs+ Row: SAMUEL BOYER JERRY BURDETTE GILBERT CARTY GIDEON DARKIS RICHARD ETZLER Second Row: JAMES GRIMES ALBERT HARDING JOHN KNIPPLE WAYNE LAKIN ? g HAROLD LOUN ' E54 Third Row: jg' ' TIM Mass QL f g WALTER POOLE f 5 qx GENE RIPPEON gg PR. PAUL SINES 57 if E SPERRY STORM Y t Four'II1 Row: O g JAMES STUP F' BERNARD WARFIELD Ig- ROBERT WILCOM Q EMMA BAKER CA ELAINE BARTHLOW FIHI1 Row: IDA MAE BELL ELAINE BRIDGES ELEANOR CLABAUGH EVELYN DEGRANGE DORIS DEVILBISS Shih Row: SHIRLEY EPPLEY FAY GRIMES WANDA HAMILTON AUDREY HARRIS ELEANOR HIPKINS Sevenih Row: JEAN LAMBERT SHIRLEY MILLS PATSY PAYNE BARBARA RAMSBURG DORIS SANBOWER Eighfh Row: BETTY SMITH FRANCES THOMPSON SHIRLEY WACHTER REGINA WILLARD I-IARRIET WITMER II-GI First Row: ROBERT ALLISON MELVIN ANTHONY DONALD AUSHERMAN CALVIN BARGER PAUL BEARD Second Row: DONALD BRIDGES HAROLD BURRIER ROLAND CAREY DICK CORUN DONALD DAVES Third Row: HOWARD FRY RUSSELL GOODSELL BYRON GROSSNICKLE RICHARD HARGETT ROBERT HOUSE Fourfh Row: MAURICE JOHNSON EDWARD KRANTZ GARY LACY RAFE LEDFORD HARRY MCCLUR Fifth Row: CHARLES MAINXJQX FRANK MILLER WAYNE MOCK COURTNEY NASH STANLEY ORRISON Sixfh Row: KENNETH RAMSBURG PAUL RHODERICK CHARLES RUDISILL LEON SI-IANK WILLIAM SHREVE Sevonfh Row: FRED STULL PAUL STUP EMORY ZIMMERMAN MARTHA BOONE CAROL KNOUSE wi: ,,W , D ,,,,, IIf . K :iff S in , Li n I is . 1 . . 39' it ' N we R W L I w w E' viii , 'Q 8 l L , H b ' i iii? AA,'II 1 . iw . 531:35 I, " JADE i :' ff if D ' - A . I ,,.. I . . .LLL 15 M.. I ,A ' A ' ,,,, A Q "I' A , . .. , , 'A' '- -V I A ' .fi l T '-'iligkgg . I T? z ' f-f 1 +L. f- f A Q F I W,,,, W ,,,s,!,i Wff, 4-. 5, H' 'IQ , V , ".f- I I 'N -' 5,1 I mp 4 I I I i1I f' W' I ' v 3 Firsf Row: BERNARD ANTHONY ROBERT BAKER MARLIN BEANS EDWARD BOWERS WILLIAM COLE Second Row: CHARLES CRAMER HAROLD DINTERMAN HARRY FOX RAYMOND GEISLER PAUL GOUKER Third Row: WILLIAM HALE JAMES HARTLE ALAN HEERD JOHN HOLTER LEWIS HORMAN FourIlm Row: MAURICE JACKSON KENNETH JONES BOBBY LAWSON PRESTON LONG WILLIAM MARTIN Fif+h Row: MARVIN MOCK LEON MOXLEY CLAIBORNE NOEFSINGE RICHARD OTT IRVIN RENN Sizdh Row: GAREY RICE FRANKLIN SAUNDERS LARRY SHAW JOSEPH SMITH CLIFFORD STILES Sevenfh Row: OSCAR SUMMERS ROBERT ZIMMERMAN MARY DREESSEN THELMA METZ 1-1-12 SOPI-I 4 onns RIKE SWEET NOTE ,, ff. . , 5 1, A E 1- I0-AI Firsf Row: ROY BAKER ROBERT BROADRUP WILLIAM BRUCHEY JAMES CARTY CHARLES CROTHERS GEORGE EVANS Second Row: JAMES FOX JACK HENDERSON JAMES KEFAUVER CARROLL KUHN WILLIAM LERNER FRANKLIN MARTZ Third Row: FRANKLIN MEEHAN JAMES PUTMAN KENNETH READER KENNETH RUDY LAWRENCE SMITH HOWARD STRINE Fourfh Row: WAYNE TOBERY CLARENCE WHICHARD JOSEPH WILHIDE RONNIE YOUNG MARY ALEXANDER MARTHA ATKINSON Fiffh Row: CECELIA BEAR EILEEN CLABAUGH ELIZABETH CONLEY NANCY DECKER BRENDA FAGAN SIMONE GOODHART Sixfh Row: PAT HOLDCRAFT ARET JONES JA KEHNE EGA EGORE 235552 Rm LL O I SHN R J ELYN ST ENS LINDA STUP CAROL THOMAS Eighi' Row: NEVA WEIDMAN JUDITH WIGHINGTON SANDRA ZIMMERMAN 10-A2 Firsf Row: JOHN BARBER LARRY BROWN GUY CONWAY CLARK DAYHOFF GERALD FENDER JACK HARPOLD Second Row: TERRY HORMAN FORDEN HUGHES DONALD KELLER EARL LAMM LEYBURN GEORG ALPH JAMES REMSBERG KENNETH RUNKLE WILLIAM saws - 55 Fourfh Row: 1 JOHN STEPHENS FRANKLIN STOCKMA ROBERT TROUT MARK WHITMORE JERRY WILLTAMS MARY ALTHOUSE Fiffh Row: SARA BAGLEY ELEANOR BISER CAROLYN BROWN BARBARA CRAM WANDA DERR . BERNNEST FOG? E Sixfh Row DEANNA HARMOVE ANNA HORTON KAY KAUFFMAN PATTIE KEN MARG ' ' ' BS I N H , M'ARY T " PHYLLIS STUP NANCY THRASHER JEAN WALLINGFORD JEAN R g. x - ' f s ' P Wm . l wa, . 231, x l A . O Eigh+h Row: EDITH WHISNER MARION WOLBERG I0-A3 Firsf Row: JOHN BENCHOFF WAYNE BRUCHEY MILLARD EILER WILLIAM CARMODY WILLIAM CORBIN RONALD FOLAND Second Row: JOSEPH HARRIS DAVID JENKINS RANDOLPH KRANTZ RICHARD LANG-LEY DAVID MARKEY DAVID MEADOWS Third Row: WILLIAM MOORE RICHARD RAMSBURG STANLEY REMSBURG DONALD ST. CLAIR EDWARD SMITH CHARLES STOCKMAN F-our+I1 Row: WILLIAM STONER CHARLES TRUNK DONALD WILCOM PATRICIA ABRECHT FRANCES ASHBURY RACHEL BAKER Fiffh Row: SI-IELVIE BRECKENRIDGE BONNIE CLINE-AN CONNIE CRUM HELEN ENGELBRECHT MARTHA HAUGH MARY JOHNSTON Sixfh Row: RUTH KEENEY PATRICIA LANE GERRY MAY CORNELIA PIJE BONNIE REDDING CHARLOTTE ROBERTS Sevenflv Row: ELAINE SCHNAUFFER ELLEN SMITH JOANNE STUP SHERRON TOMS MILDRED WHITE IVA ZEILER I0-CI Firsi' Row: LARRY BLANK CHARLES BRUST KENNETH CRUM ROBERT EYLER CHARLES GREGG EDDIE HOUCK Secund Row: THOMAS LAWSON KENNETH MOORE CALVIN RAMSBURG RICHARD SHAFER RICHARD SLIGER JOE STINE Third Row: LEON WARREN FELTZ MARGARET ANGLEBERGER NANCY BAKER WENONA BARRETT SHIRLEY BLUCHER MARGARETTA CLINE Four1I1Row: NANCY COLLIELOWER BARBARA CRAMER LOUISE DAVIS SHIRLEY DUVALL NAOMI ELOHR TILLIE GIESLER Fiffh Row: PERI GREGORY DORIS HAPE NANCY HUFFER DONNA KASCH RUTH KIPE ELSIE LARGEN Sixfh Row: EDWINA LINTHICUM PATRICIA LONG BARBARA MERCER BRENDA MILES PATRICIA MULLINIX DOROTHY NEWCOMER Sevenih Row: BERNICE PEARL GLENNA PERKINS ANNA RICE SANDRA SCHAMEL LOUISE SHORES ROSIE STEVENS Eighih Row: HELEN STULL BETTY SUMMERS MARY VIRTS JOYCE WI-IITEHEAD PATRICIA WILT xllDf2.IRlIA 7IMMFRMAN , 1 I0-C2 Firsf Row: MELVIN BOONE NORRIS CARTER MEREDITH CRUTCHLEY RICHARD GETZANDANNER MAURICE HAI-IN IRVIN JOHNSON Second Row: ALLEN LOUN JAMES MOSS WILBUR RICE WILLIAM SHAFFER LYLE SMITH EDWARD STULL Third Row: MARY ALBAUGH CATHERINE BAKER MARY BARE MORROW BYERS RUTH CLINE DARLENE COMES ow: CROUSE VIA DIXON NANCY ERNEST SHIRLEY FLOOK SANDRA HAI-IN BARBARA HFFRD Fifth Row: ROLANNA HUFFER BARBARA KEMP SHIRLEY KLINE HELEN LESCALLEET DORIS LYDARD v JANE MILLER . Sixfh Row: LORRAINE MISS NINA MYERS .A NANCY NOFFSINGER 3 JANET POOLE 1 DORIS RICE l GLORIA ROUTZAHN - T 1 Sevenfh Row: JEAN SCHULTZ ' MARY SLACK f BETTY SNYDER BETTY STITELY PEGGY STULL DONNA TAYLOR Eigh+h Row: MARY THOMAS JACOUELINE WALKER ELIZABETH WILCOXON MARY WOERNER I0-C3 Firsi Row: CHARLES BRUNNER ATLEE COMPHER FLOYD ENSWILER DANNIE HOLSINGER RICHARD KLINE PHILLIP MASSER Second Row: LARRY MYERS JAMES RIDDLEMOSER RICHARD SIMONS GARY SPECHT ROBERT VAN FOSSEN HELEN ALSUP Third Row: MARY BAKER PATRICIA BARNES SANDRA BELL NANCY CLEVENGER LORRAINE COLE MARY CORUN Fourih Row: NANCY CURRY ROSALIE DUTROW MARLENE ETZLER JANET FOGLE NANCY HAMMOND LUCRETIA HIPKINS Fiffh Row: PATSY KABRICK CRISSIE KILBY WINIFRED LAWSON CAROL LEMASTER DOROTHY MAIN KAYLENE MILLER SIxfI1Row: RUBY MOCK WANDA MYERS CAROL NUSBAUM MELINDA RAMSBURG VIRGINIA RIPPEON BETTY SCOTT Seven+Iu Row: IRENE SHECKLES RUTH SPECHT CAROL STUDY BARBARA STUP PATRICIA TREGONING DORIS WELLER Eighih Row: WANDA WILSON DOROTHY YOUNG wiv 1 nv' .. 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Q i Q? ,V 2 S f' ,-., , 'QL ls L Q 'uri I0-GI Firsi Row: HAROLD AKERS ALLEN BARNES ROBERT BOONE CHARLES BURDETTE RICHARD BURNS Second Row: RICHARD CRAMER CHARLES CUTSAIL BERNARD EADER JAMES FENDER AUSTIN HAHN Third Row: ROBERT HARPINE GEORGE HOPE THOMAS JOHNSON RICHARD JONES BILLY KEHNE Fourth Row: RICHARD KLIPP DAVID LININGER GERALD MARSHBURN HAROLD MULLINIX BRUCE OLAND FIHI1 Row: FRANKLIN PLUNKARD ROBERT REESE LARRY RIDGEWAY EDWARD SMITH KENNETH SPURRIER Sixfh Row: BILLY STEINHAUS CHARLES WACHTER RICHARD ZIMMERMAN SALLY COLE BARBARA HAINES SevenII1 Row: WANDA LONG PRISCILLA RHODES BETTY SHORB RUTH WASTLER I0-G2 Firsf Row: CHARLES ANDREWS HERBERT BARNES WAYNE BARTHLOW JAMES BOWERS CHARLES CARPENTER Second Row: JOHN CRAWFORD ROBERT DAY ELLERY EASTON RICHARD FOLAND AUSTIN GARVER Third Row: JOHN HANE DANIEL I-IOUCK ROGER JAY RICHARD KEYSER CARROLL LAMB Fourfh Row: DONALD LOUN ROBERT MAY ROGER MILLS JACK NEAL I-IILEY ORNDORFF FIHH Row: IIOWARD POOLE ELDON RHODES GLEN RICE DAVID ROPP WILLIAM SHOOK Si.dI-I Row: JESSIE SMITH GEORGE STINE JERRY WACHTER EDNA ALBAUGH CAROL BIDDINGER 5evenII'uRow: SANDRA CANIEORD ELAINE CONDON SANDRA EOGLE DORA HANSHEW VICKIE HELLER Eighfh Row: NANCY PHELPS BRENDA RINEHART NANCY SINES AUDREY STALLINGS ANNA SWOPE I0-G3 Firsf Row: TALBOTT ARNOLD ROBERT BAUGHER GEORGE BENDER NORMAN BRANDENBURG CHARLES CLINGAN Second Row: RONALD CRIGGER MYRON DERR ROBERT ENGLAR JAMES FORD ROBERT GROSSNICKLE Third Row: HOWARD I-IANSI-IEW WILLIAM I-IILDEBRAND DONALD KAETZEL LARRY KING HARRY LAMBRIGHT Four+I1 Row: WILLIAM MCEARLAND JAMES MEI-IAFFIE JERRY NEAL ROBERT NEWTON JOSEPH PEARSON FIHI1 Row: KENNETH REEDER HAROLD RICE WILLIAM SCHRODEL WAYNE SI-IANK BERNARD SHREVE Sixfh Row: EDWARD STALEY CARROLL STOTTLEMYER DALE WARNER ADRIANNE BAER BARBARA CECIL Sevenih Row: SANDRA FOUT SHIRLEY HILDEBRAND ELAINE MOXLEY KAY REAVER PATSY RIPPEON Eighih Row: ANN SMITH PATRICIA WHITE I0-G4 Firsf Row: JOSEPH BAKER ROBERT BIDDINGER ERNEST BRIGHTWELL CARL COLE CHARLES CRUM Second Row: DENNY DLIVALL RONALD EEDERLINE CHARLES FOUCHE JERRY GUE RALPH HARBAUGH Third Row: ELWOOD HIPKINS WILLIAM HURT GEORGE KENNEY LARRY E. KING JAMES LENHART Fourfh Row: DONALD MAIN ROBERT MORRIS DAVID NIKIRK ROBERT PINE LARRY REED Fiffh Row: RUSSELL RICE THOMAS SHANKLE WAYNE SINK HAROLD STAMBAUGI-I CHARLES STULL Sixih Row: ROBERT WILES HARRY WITMER BARBARA BAUGHER ELOISE CARPENTER SONJA ENGLE Sevenfh Raw: SANDRA GRUMBINE BARBARA HOLT SHIRLEY MYERS DELORES REMSBERG NANCY SCHMIDT Eighfh Row: JEAN SMITH FRANCES TESTERMAN ELVA WRIGHT 3. V ,L 45.8, P I 4 4 ,M -.ae n '31 1 N ,,. R253 :EF "1 , f fiw UK? 'Q ,, GJDL ' ' I mn. GE, L., if Q ' 1'-- ' - 4' A P' , 4- ...,. 4 .....: f Q 1' .. Ka mg, I L,,1 if M ash, ,, .. .A J,Q f l Q- S ,N 1 A 9 . 1 M X 'ra R34 4 W 4 K JT" Y X PHE pn: MEN OUR NOTE 9-AI Firsf Row: VERNON AKERS RONALD BAKER ROBERT CRUM JAMES DESPEAUX EUGENE GROSSNICKLE Second Row: JOHN I-IERRICK PAUL KALLAWAY OTHO KELLER ROBERT MASON BENNY PERKINSON Third Row: THOMAS RICE DAVID RHORER CHARLES SCARFF DEAN STICKELL ROBERT TUCK FourH1Row': WILLIAM WEBB CAROL ADAMS VIRGINIA BOWERS JOANNE CISSEL JOAN CRONE Fiffh Row: CAROL DORSEY TANYA FORNEY LAVENIA HARNE JUDY HICKMAN MARTHA HUMBERSON Sixfh Row: BOBBYE KEMP SARAH KING BARBARA L-JGARDE DORIS LEE NANCY MASON Sevenfh Row: ANNE MICHAEL VVILMA MICHAEL PAULA ODEN PENELOPE OWEN SHERRY PHILLIPS Eighih Row: TERRY PHILLIPS JEAN PRATT DOROTHY SNYDER MARY WALTER SARAH WILLARD 9-A2 Firsf Row: PAUL AUSHERMAN WAYNE CLINGAN GAYLON CORNELL ROGER DELAUTER RICHARD GASTLEY Second Row: GEORGE HALL RICHARD KELLER DONALD MOORE ROBERT PEACE BERNARD RIDGEWAY Third Row: STEPHEN SEREPCA PHILIP STEVENS MICHAEL STUP WILLIAM THOMAS JAMES TURNER Fourih Row: ALAN WEINTRAUB CAROL BRECKENRIDGE ELEANOR BURDETTE PATSY COLLIFLOWER CAROL DOODY Fiffh Row: JEAN DWYER ANN GARRETT SUSAN HICKS NONA HIMES PIXIE KELLY Sixih Row: MARCHA KEMP CAROL KRANTZ DIANNE LAWSON ANNE LOVELL STARR MORGAN Sevenfh Row: ROSALIND NASHER MARY NIMMO SANDRA OSBURN LOIS RICE DOLLIE SIMPSON Eighfh Row: LINDA STANSBURY PATRICIA ZIMMERMAN 5, f f , I iifs A may V-L NAS" ,, . 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N5 1' 'L W' D T Iwi I E X W Q W. yi ,in 9-CI FIrs+ Row: CHARLES BANKS JOHN DENNIS RAYMOND FRYE JAMES HURST WOODROW MILLER WILBUR MORGAN Second Row: DONALD SPECHT DONALD SI-IOEMAKER ERIC TOMS RICHARD WEDDLE JEANETTE KUSHERMA BARBARA BAKER Third Row: CAROLYN BAKER NANCY BIDDINGER PATRICIA BURK MARY BURNS JOANN CARSWELL WANDA COLLINS Fourfh Row: RUTH CRUMMITT DOROTHY GEISBERT SARAH GREEN MARTHA HANDLEY DOROTHY HOFFMAN GLORIA HOUCK FIFIII Row: VIOLET KEFAUVER IRIS KELLER WANDA LOOKINGBILL C' TEXANNA MCDONOU - PATRICIA MOORE GWENDOLYN POOLE SIxfI1 Row: AUDREY POOLE SHIRLEY ROBERT MARGARET SI-IECKLES CATHERINE SMITH JANET STONE JULIA STOTTLEMEYER Sevenfh Row: MARY TALTON BARBARA WALKER CLYDINE WEDDLE JUDY WHITTINGTON BARBARA WOLFE IN FRANCES ZIMMERMA 9-C2 Firs+ Row: LEO BRANDENBURG RONALD EYLER WAYNE GEISBERT JOSEPH MAY RAYMOND MORGAN RONALD PAYNE Second Row: STANLEY SMITH KENNETH WHIPP LORING YOUNG MARY BAER BETTY BAKER JANET BAUGHER Third Row: JANE BROWNING JOANN BURRAS MARY JANE BURRIER PHYLLIS CHANEY JOANN COULTER BARBARA COYLE Faurfh Row: DARALENE DELAUTER SHIRLEY FIKE BONNIE FULMER PAYE GORDON CHARLOTTE HAMILTON YVONNE HEATER Fifth Row: DAWN HORMAN ARMATHA JOHNSON ROSA KING LELA LAWSON MARY MILLER HELEN NORRIS Sindh Row: JANE PERKINS ALICE POTTS GANEL REAVER NANCY REED CECELIA SANBOWER CHARLOTTE SHAFER Sevenfh Row: DORIS SMITH NANCY STONER CAROLE STUP BARBARA TOBERY HELEN WARFIELD RUTH WELLER Eighfh Row: JEAN WILES GLORIA WOOD ,lf ali . mr? -1 1 ' .L Ms- . I A .1 1 2 ' ' ' ' v f- I 9-GI Firsf Row: HERBERT ABRECI-IT DONALD BARTGIS RICHART BISER JAN CAREY CHARLES COLLINS Second Row: RUSSELL DENNIS LOUIS FINNEYFROCK RAYMOND HARGETT DOUGLAS HARRISON THOMAS HOFFMAN Third Row: WILLIAM HOFFMAN DOUGLAS HOOPER JAMES KILLINGSWORTI-I WILLIAM KLIPP MILLARD MASTRINO Fourih Row: CHARLES MERCER THOMAS MICHAEL KOHLMAN MILLER WILLIAM NAILLE THOMAS OATMAN Fifih Row: FELIX PLUNKARD DEREK WEIDMAN MARIE BELL JOANN BOONE DOROTHY CARBAUGH Sixfh Row: MARYBELLE CARLISLE ELVA CRAMER PAULINE CRUMMITT AUDREY DEATER DAISY FLANARY Sevenfh Row: BONNIE FOX HELEN GOODMAN BARBARA HARDMAN JUNE HILDEBRAND PATSY LAKIN Eighfh Row: SANDRA LAWSON JACKLYN LENI-IART LEONA PEARL CONNIE STOCKMAN LUCINDA WARNER 9-G2 Firsf Row: JAMES BAKER ROLAND BAKER JAMES BEALL RUDELL BRANDENBURG ROBERT BRUST Second Row: ROBERT CRAMER WILLIAM CRUM EUGENE DINTERMAN JOHN HARDMAN DEWEY HARMAN Third Row: JACK HELLER ROLAND HILTNER CARL HUBBLE RICHARD JOY DAVID MCVEY FourfI1 Row: HARRY MAIN JAMES MILLER JAMES MOHLER BOBBY NOKES RAYMOND POOLE Fiffh Row: DAVID REED CAROL RENTZELL RICHARD ROELKE LARRY SHEWBRIDGE TERRANCE STOCKMAN Sixfh Row: FREDERICK WALLACE GEORGE WALLACE KENNETH WETZEL WAYNE WILES DONALD ZIGLER Sevenfh Row: RUTH BAGENT JANE BLANK CAROL CRUM LOIS FLOOK CARLETTA KAETZEL Eighth Row: ANN SIER CRETA SMITH JOYCE WITMER ROSE WOLEE 9-G Firsf Row: RICHARD BAUGHER BLAINE BLANK FRANCIS BROWN CARROLL BURGEE ARTHUR CROUSE ROBERT BURRAS Second Row: LAWRENCE CROUSE WAYNE CRUTCHLEY CARL EYLER THOMAS HARDING RONALD HARRISON GARY HEERD Third Row: RALPH I-IILTNER JOHN HOPE GROVER JENNINGS PAUL KENNEDY WILLIAM LINNINGER RODGER LOWE FourIIv Row: BOBBY MAIN EDWARD MILLER WILLIAM MILLS CHARLES NOFFSINGI GENE PAYNE GEORGE RAY FIHII Row: IRVING RICE GLENN RIGGS MILTON SAUNDERS BOBBY SEXTON ROBERT SI-IANKLE CARROLL SHRY Sindh Row: ERNEST STOKES CHARLES WENNER ROBERT WETZEL ROBERT WHITE RICHARD YINGER DOROTHY BAKER Sevenfh Row: ARVA BRASI-IEARS SARAH CLAGGETT NANCY EELLOWS SHIRLEY GROSSNICKI JOY KIDD MARIE METZ Eighih Row: BETTY SIER HELEN SMITH SANDRA TYERYAR BEVERLY WINPIGLER FRANCES YEAGER rr-In ACTIV ATIES KEY NOTE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS DARRELL LEGORE Presiden? ROBERT RAMSBURG Vice-Presidenr NORMA JANE BEST Secrerarv ELAINE RICE Treasurer TENTH GRADE OFFICERS LARRY SMITH Presidenf JAM ES PUTMAN Vice-President DAVID M EADOWS Secrefary WILLIAM LERNER Treasurer I ITH GRADE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Carole Scarfl John I-Iunrer Aldon Summers George Masser Howard Siup Gary Lacey Carol Knouse Marlin Beans Richard Off Richard Morgan Charles Winpigler James Srup Shirley Mills Mary Rice Douglas Dixon Virginia Dennis Mary Carfer IOTH GRADE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE James Pulman Sandra Zimmerman Cecelia Bear Sandra Zimmerman Marqaref Pryor Mark Whitmore Charlolie Roberls Larry Smifh William Lerner David Meadows Helen Stull Richard Shaler James Moss Mary Albauqh Palricia Barnes Dannie I-Iolsinqer Allen Barnes Barbara Haines Auslin Garver Saundra Caniforcl James Ford Barbara Cecil Joe Balcer Shirley Myers EXECUUVE COMMITTEE Wayne Mullican Seymour Stern James Willard Nancy SfauFfer Wilbur Ford Charles Zehncler Palsy Keller Beverly Cramer Charles Broadrup Carol Sanders Louden Kiracofe Daniel Willard Mr. Reber? Ferquso Adviser STUDENT COUNCIL iiiisiiicayiiriifiz member of Nafional Scholas+ic Press Associafion The "High Flier" Sfafl is one of The mosl aclive organizaiions in fhe school. I+ is composed of lhirly members under lhe supervision of Mrs. Ada Beall Poole. This monlhly publicalion conveys To The school body Jrhe currenl news, mosl imporlanl evenfs, and unusual fealures ol 'rhe school life. The dedi- calion issue lo Mr. Eugene W. Prui'r'r was The high- lighl' issue ol lhe year. Bolh Edilors-in-Chief, Marcia Weissman and Rosalie l-larne, are members of lhe Quill and Scroll. Olher edilors are as follows: firsl page- Sara Ann Wachlerg second page-Sandra Wick- less and Connie Bullerg lhird page-Ellen Smilhi sporls page-Charles Keller and Bob Moss. Olher lcey personnel on lhe sfaff are Bob Poole-Ad verlising and Business Manager, Barbara Miss, Rulh Gregg, and Nancy Lalcel-Exchange Edilors: Audrey Hann-Bookkeeper: Palsy Wenlzel-Seo relaryg and Jenese Weidman Circulalion Man- ager. EDITORS GENERAL STAFF l HONOR SOCIETY Membership in The I-Ionor Sociery represenls The highesr honor which a member of The sludenl body can aflain. Candidales are iudged on The basis of cirizenship, leadership, scholarship, and service. Elecfion Io rhis sociely fakes place in The spring of The school year. Throughoul The year members parlicipaie in several acfiviriesz They serve as ushers Tor gradualiong assemble The honor rolls for each school Terrng and conducr an inducrion assembly and Tea Tor The incoming members and Iheir parenfs af The close oT The school year. GUIDANCE ASSISIANIS This group is composed ol: seven senior girls who work a period each day under The super- vision ol Miss Mary Rhoads and Mr. Roberi Fer- guson. They are selecred by The guidance coun- selors on The basis of secreiarial abilily Trom a Iisr of eligible slenographic majors submilled by The commercial Teachers. To These assislanls falls The job ol Typing The mass of correspondence which goes Through The guidance orfice, This year s slalzl is as follows: Rosalie I'Iarne, Barbara Day, Jean- nelle Wachrer, Nancy VanFossen, Belly Myers, Peggy Carder, and Jean Crampron. B HONOR SOCIETY Q Fran? Row: Sherry Finney- frock, James Willard, Jan- et Poland, Brenda Boyer. Anna Jane Sfickell, Beverly Cramer, Louden Kiracofe, Barbara Ufferback, Back Row: Edgar Main, Connie Fleer, Rosalie Harne, Nancy Sfauffer, Carol Sanders, Howard Boyer. Is Yxyi z, . yr- T 'fi -ii' i,frTrruHT'iEAcHrRs or f AMERICA BARBARA UTTERBACK JOANNE MEET-IAN , . PATRICIA STROSNIDER WANDA HOFFMAN . ANNA JANE STTCKELL WTLLIENA BOONE . JAMES PUTMAN . . . . . , . Presideni . . ViceePresidenT . . , Vice-PresidenT . , . . .Vice-President . . .Recording SecreTary Corresponding SecreTary . . . . . . .Treasurer Have you ever had The desire To be Teacher Tor a day or To view educaTion Trom The oTher side? Many junior and senior F.T.A.'ers have This wish Tulfilled by subsTiTuTing occasionally Tor alosenT Teachers. A clay as insTrucTor easily makes one realize The need Tor much prepara- Tion. This is The main purpose OT The Fu- Ture Teachers OT America Club. One oT The largesT and mosT acTive organizaTions in The schools, The F.T.A. is sponsored by Miss Mary Rhoads, head oT This group since iTs TormaTion eleven years ago. Membership is open To any boy or girl inTeresTecl in a Teaching ca- reer. Secondary purposes oT The club are selT, school, and communiTy improve- menTs. For The achievemenT OT These im' provemenTs, The F.T.A. carries on inTer- esTing and varied proiecTs ThroughouT The year. One such proiecT is The spone soring oT dances aTTer The TooTball games. Every ChrisTmas, The F.T.A. decoraTes ChrisTmas Trees and goes caroling aT MonTevue, Memorial l-lospiTal, and The Home Tor The Aged. The club sends cards and Tlowers To sick Teachers, A TiTTy dol- lar scholarship is given To a deserving sTudenT inTeresTed in a Teaching career. During The year The club aTTends va- rious convenTions and gives iTs own spring rally Tor Frederick and Carroll CounTies. lnTeresTing programs and Trips have a place in The year's planning. InsTallaTion OT new oTTicers is in May. FUTURE NURSES OE AMERICA Planning a career in nursing? Would you like To know more abouT nursing as a proTession? Under The guidance oT Miss Rhoads. The EuTure Nurses encourage capable sTudenTs To enTer The Tield oT nursing. The girls become Tamiliar wiTh The nursing vocaTion by seeing movies on nursing, by having guesT spealcers and special programs, and by Taking Tield Trips. They also sponsor service proiecTs in connecTion wiTh local nursing organizaTions. This group is represenTed in The sTaTe as- sociaTion and our local PNA PresidenT is parliamenTarian oT The sTaTe group, Oliiicers are: PresidenThCarol Lynn Sanders: Vice-PresidenT-Georgia Anne Masserg SecreTary -JeanneTTe Rudy: Treasurer-Connie Myers. '51 72,4 'FARM si-iow if! RT iuiuki FARMERS OE AMERICA f.M52g'5?7,Qsffif ww The FuTure Farmers of America is an A organizaTion CreaTed Tor The purpose oT malcing The boys oT Today beTTer Tarmers oT Tomorrow, This year The FFA spone sored a square dance, a Tarm show, and parTicipaTed in The CounTy and sTaTe caTA Tle iudging conTesTs. They also senT dele- gaTes To The NaTionaI LivesToclc Judging ConTesT in Iowa and aTTended The Harris- burg Farm Show in a body. This organiza- Tion parTicipaTed in The counTy basicelball Tournamenl' and were hosT group To The annual regional FFA banqueT. The ,FTA is sponsored by Mr. Warren Sr'niTh and Mr. l-larry Miller. QTTice:rs are: PresidenT - Thomas Zimmerman: Vice- PresidenT - CliTTord STiles: SeCreTary k KenneTh I-Ioodg Treasurer - Joe SmiTh3 ReporTer - l"larry Fox, and Se-nTinel A Daniel Moore. mafia fi OFFICERS HOWARD BOYER ..,... CHARLES KELLER . . . DONALD DIXON . . . AUSTIN KENNEDY . . RANDOLPH CRAMER . . . . . Presidenf . Vice-Presidenlr . . SecreTary . . Treasurer . . Chaplain IRI-H I-Y OFFICERS ANNA JANE STICKELL .... SANDRA WICKLESS . . . SALLY CRAWFORD . DORIS CROTI-TERS . . JOANNE DERR . , , . Presidenr . Vice-PresidenT , . SecreTary . . Treasurer . . Chaplain 1 74 Tri-Hi-Y IniTiaTion The I-li-Y and Tri-I-IIAY, serv- ice-nninded organizaTions, are a ioinT enTerprise OT The YMCA and The high school. The boys' group is advised by Mr. Donald Koons oT The Elm STreeT TaculTy, and Mrs. OcTavia Zimmerman oT The Fredericlc I-ligh School TaCulTy serves as adviser Tor The girls' group. These clulos carry ouT boTh individual and ioinT proiecTs. Some oT Their acTiviTies Tor The currenT year included bake sales, ChrisTrnas Caroling, a clean-up campaign, The redecoraTion of The "Always," and The sponsor- ing oT weekly SaTurday nighT dances. ConTribuTions To The combined welTare Tund and To The World Service OrganizaTion were among The more noTeble services oT This year's program. During The year The clubs parTicipaTecl in CenTral ATlanTiC Conference aT WilmingTon, Delaware in December. A high- lighT oT The clul:'s program is The annual Maryland Model LegislaTure, For Three enTire days represenTaTives Trom The various local I-Ii-Y and Tri-I-li-Y organizaTions assume all The re- sponsibiliTies OT The sTaTe legis- laTure aT Annapolis. LIBRARY CLUB brary Club, a service organiza- lion ol eighleen members, be- longs lo lhe Maryland Council ol Sludenl Library Clubs? The Junior Librarians work live pe, riools per week as well as before and allen' school daily, receiving poinls lor lheir work ralher lhan leller grades. The club provides a back- ground lor lulure librarians in leaching, liling, and olher cleri- cal dulies. lnleresls ol members cenler around a genuine liking ol books. Those who ioin lhe club musl lirsl be approved by Mrs. Rohrer, Librarian. Officers are: Belly Dayholl, Presidenly Mary Jane l-lipliins, Vice-Presidenlg and Eugene Rip- peon, Secrelary and Treasure' Chrislmas Play-"Why lhe Chimes Rang" l Do you lcnow lhal our Li. THESPIANS lhespian Troupe IZ77, under lhe guid- ance ol Mrs. Anna May l-lughes, is one ol lhe oulslanding organizalions ol lhe school. The goal ol lhe lroupe is "On lo lndiana where in June lhey will allend lhe Nalional lhespian Conlerence, To gain membership in lhig nalional sociely, prospecliye Thespians earn poinls in dramalics by acling and by al- lending prolessional plays. Ollicers are: Presidenl-James Wil- lard, Vice-Presidenl-Louise Clendenin, Recording Secrelary-Williena Boone: Corresponding Secrelary-Mary Fran- ces MacKenzie: Treasurer-Randall High ginbolhang Scribe-Pal Slrosnider, and l-lslorian-Baroara Brown. i l I THE SCHOOL BANK The loank, one of lhe busiesl spols in lhe enlire school, is under The direclion ol Mr. Tex l-larvey. The bank perlorms lhe varied liunclions of paying school bills, issuing slocks, mainlaining savings ac- counls, selling candy, relailing of all school supplies, and lhe sale ol' lickels for all school sponsored ac- livilies. This organizalion consisls ol a slafl ol eighl memloers: Eleanor Besl, Presidenlg Phyllis l-lahn, Vice- Presidenl: Sally Eyler, Secrelaryg and Sherry Finney- lrock, Roberl Ramsburg, Douglas Dixon, Rulh Boller, and Norma Wrighl. SCHOOL CASHIERS The nimble-lingered girls seen daily ar The end of lhe caleleria lines are sophomore sludenls, chosen from elemenlary business Training classes lor 'rheir quickness and accuracy al making change, These girls gel' no special recognilion lor lheir services and musl make up all class work missed during lunch periods. They are under lhe direcl and personal supervision of Mrs, lda Kaufman, calieleria manager. Cashiers lor lhis year are as follows: Rolanna l-lufler, Lucrelia l-lipkins, Palsy Kabrick, Louise Shores, l-lelen Slull, Elizaloelh Wilcoxon, Mary Barker, Pal Tregon- ing, and Carol Ann Sludy. DEVOTIONAI COMMITTEE The daily devoTiOnal program has come To be an imporTanT segmenT oT The school day, IT has done much To creaTe an appropriaTe aTmosphere in which To sTarT The daily rouTine. I-IighIighTs oT The year were The ChrisTmas program and The Exchange EasTer programs, carried on Through The cooperaTion oT The MounT Lebanon High School, PiTTsburgh, Pa., and The Wellesley I-Iigh School oT MassachuseTTs. Miss Mary Rhoads served as TacuITy adviser, James Willard as sTudenT chairman, and Wilbur Ford, Charles Zehnder, and Randall I-IigginboThan aT Tech- nicians. RADIO COMMITTEE The Radio CommiTTee was sponsored by The STU- denT Council and advised by Mr. I-Iarry CornpropsT. IT produced a weekly program, 'Frederick I-Iigh I-IighIighTs,I' over sTaTion WMFD. Through This me- dium The communiTy was inTormed OT evenTs oT pub- Iic inTeresT scheduled in The local high school, rang- ing Trom aThIeTic conTesTs To The producTions OT The Thespians. Scheduled on Monday evenings aT 7 p.m. This program enioyed wide popuIariTy. Members OT The commiTTee were Doris WarrenTeITz. Carol San- ders, JeanneTTe Rudy, Joanne Derr, Lois Rice, Gerry May, Linda SmiTh, Louden KiracoTe, and STeven Serepca. l DRAMATICS Under The direcTion oT lvlrs. Anna May l-lughes, dramaTiCs has become a very popular elecTive aT Fred- erick l-ligh. Three classes meeT daily and each oT Them is Tilled To capaciTy. For Those noT engaged in acTing, There exisTs ample oppOrTuniTy in The Tields oT sTaging, make-up, wriTing, sound eTTecTs, and lighTing. Room ZI7, The audiTorium, The prop room, and even The boiler room become beehives oT acTiviTy during The course oT a produdion. WiThouT excepTion, The produdions This year ware highly successful. Beginning wiTh The Three-ad play, "The LiTTle Dog Laughed," early in The Tall, The dra- maTics classes produced a ChrisTmas play, a "FesTival OT Plays," consisTing oT Tour one-acT plays, "Finders Creepers." and The Senior Class Play, "Love ls ETer- nal." Highlighf of The year was The one-acT play, "The ValianT," produced by The elevenTh grade dramaTics group. This play was judged besT in area compeTiTion aT Rockville in March and was seleded To be given aT The STaTe FesTival oT Plays aT The UniversiTy of Mary- land. Tom Beldon was singled ouT Tor honors by The iudges Tor his masTerTul porTrayal of characTer in This play. SCHOOLPATROL The School Pairol, under The supervision of Mr, Henry Grorf, consisls of rwenly-rhree members. Wil. lour Ford is capiain oi The parrol and his lieurenanls are Jack Neal, Jerry Neal, Charles Brunner, and Pele Shook. The Pafrol has a variefy oi dulies. They are called upon 'ro confrol 'rrariic and parking on rhose nighls when public evenls are held ar The school, parlicu- larly The cornmuniiy concerls, They are slaiioned af all exisis during baslcelball games and pafrol rhe various hallways, They are also on duly each morn- ing a+ The various enrrances to The school. USHERS The ushers perform an imporlani funcrion in con- necfion wilh all school assemblies, Under The direc- iion of Mrs. Anna May Hughes, rhey are divided info Two groups. The one group serves ai rhe public periornnance oi plays given by The school and The Communify Players, The olher group funclions ior all ofher school assemblies. The ushers are Mary Alice Cissel, Barbara Sialey, Mary Frances MacKenzie, Marie Biser, Elaine Dud- derrar, Odeila Brown, Par Cruichley, Barbara Zim- merman, Shirley Doody, Nafalie Qearinger, Nancy Ernesr, Winnie Lawson, lrene Sheclcles, Rulh Kipe. and Emma Balcer. P1 -" LES 458 L P V 1 8, ix G-""' ,ff ii1 l ' 'Ex -I QALL 'S My 5 N, 5 5, RY .iii . 5,5 tl ' aa 'A L'-A . l gf"?fs , MXL, X: "fm .-A 57,0 s,,L 'Q-55 ff X'-4. f ' if 2Ah,,.. 0 I is f f in rl l Q3 11.111 OFFICERS GRAC: RlCE .........,. . . . NANCY STAUFFER BRENDA BOYER . JACK MASSER . fi, GLEE Once a clay, Monday Through Friday, lhe Glee Club is in session. On occas- ion, one may hear almosf any Jrype of music ranging from folk Tunes lo oper- afic arias. Membership in Jrhe Glee Club is high- ly seleciiye. In adolifion +o having a gen- uine liking for music, candiolales musf go 'rhrough an exac+ing screening pro- cess conducled by The direc+or, Mr. l-leisely Corun. Membership is limilred io sevenly persons and is highly com- pe+i+ive. Those who meer ihe necessary gualiiicalions soon find ihemselves slruclying such mailers as correc+ breaih- ing, proper pos+ure, and ihe Technique of holding +hose long. lull, clear noles. Wilh The maslery of fechnigue comes a new and deeper appreciarion of Jrhe ar+ ol vocal singing. LUB The highlighl of The year is lhe annual spring concerl'. Dressed in 'rheir black and gold robes, +he members +radi+ion- ally presenl a program ol classical, semi- classical, religious. spirilual, and novelly numbers. ln addilion lo The Spring Concerl, lhe Glee Club funclions on numerous olher occasions. They creale almosphere wilh religious seleclions for Jrhe Chrislmas and Easier assemblies, Individual mem- bers sing in lhe All Counly Chorus and The All Slale Chorus. The Glee Club parlicipaled in lhe dedicalion services for The new Brelhren church and, in coniunclion wilh The FTA., sang Chrisl- mas Carols al lvlonlevue and Frederick Memorial l-lospilal. This organizalion is lruly a connmunily - a school service group. MR. HHSELY CORUN JAMES PUTMAN . . BATON TVVIRLERS Baron lwirling al Frederick l-ligh School is an exlrernely popular acfivily. Applicanls are screened for abililry, aplilude, and alrracriveness and fhen undergo a regular Training period each day. The class is conducfed by Miss Fern Rice. Grayson Mercer served as Drum Maior for fha band during 'rhe school year, l955-56. l-lead rnaiorefles were Joyce Sullivan, Cindy Zufall, Vir, ginia Dennis, and Darlene Masser. Olher maior- elles were as follows: Palricia Koogle, Lorella Cook, Brenda Rineharl, Crissie Kilby, Doris De- vilbiss, Peggy Page, Ella Fogle, and Mary Louise Bear. CHEERLEADERS 53-vf'GX9-I-auf, "Wha+ do we wanl? , . . V-I-C-T-O-R-Y!" Many limes The sludenl body was roused +o fren. zied pilch by lhis and olher popular cheers during lrhe sporls season. On hand for each of lhese alhlelic conlesls, 'rhe cheerleaders gave if Jrheir all. Mr, James Fraser, as in pasl seasons, served as capable adviser of fhis ac+ivil'y. Connie Bufler held lhe-posilion of Head Cheerleader. Olhers rnalcing up 'rhe cheering squad were Jo Ann Prior, Doris Crofhers, Marie McCracken, Gail Runlcles. Nancy Curry, Marlha Allcinson, and Cecelia Bear. THE TE 'r S is MS nts SPORT Y NOTE RECREATION COUNCIL The Boys' Recrealion Council is aclvised by Mr. James Zimmerman, In addilion lo daily slucly ol lhe various aspecls ol lhe sporls program, lhis qroup is responsible lor lhe inlrarnural program for lhe school, Members schedule and olliciale al lhese games, Slarlinq wilh louch-loolball in lhe lall, lhis group sponsors in suc- cession a Iaaslrelball, volleyball, and sollball lournamenl. They are also responsible lor mainlaininq lhe various playing fields, parlicularly during soccer and baseball seasons. The Girls' Recrealion Council, headed by Mrs. Helma Bowers, is made up of lhirly-eiqhl selecled girls. They meel as a regularly scheduled class and sludy lI1e rules govern- ing girls' sporls, The program includes baslcelball, hockey, scllball, and lieldball, Members ol lhe Council lake charge ol alhlelic conlesls al lhe school, arrange meals, olliciale al games, and serve as assislanl coaches lor numerous alhlelic lunclions, Palsy Keller is Manager, Barbara Mul- Iican is Assislanl Manager, and Margarel Pryor serves as Tenlh Grade Manager, BOYS' RECREATION COUNCIL 4 g . 1 GIRLS' RECREATION COUNCIL J: 7445. Y-,A N, 1 -.f,x,4, ,, -4 v V' J 2,1-..1.,,1-J"N.i 41.3 -..l' x' 5 4 v' -ww -eff ff. 'rl -"' J HOCKEY For The TirsT Time in geveraf years Hockey became a reguiar Team sporT in The l955-56 aThieTic program oT Frederick High Schooi. iT proved very popuiar and a record number OT qiris Turned ouT aTTer Schaaf in The brisk Tall weaTher To parTicipaTe, Coached by Mrs. Shirley Derreribacher, The Teams enyoyed a busy, IT noT impressive, season. Team I had Tough compeTiTion away Trom home. Hood Coliege appiied The whiTe-wash brush in run- ning up a 7-O score. Howard CounTy aifowed oniy one poinT and Took Three in reTurn, The Team placed Third in counTy compeTiTion aTTer iosing To Middie- Town, 2-I. Team li complied a qood season record and won The counTy championship by deTeaTing Waikersyiiie 2-O, ThurmOr1T 6-O, and MiddieTown 5-I. STudenT Managers Tor The Teams were Marie Boone, and MarTha ATkinson. aaa i 5' MU L ' A s 4 if . , X ii ' 1 ,' I ,Q ' y 3 ' The yarsiry team, coached by Mrs. Derrenloacher, had +he besl season of QI x pas? live years, l-lighliqhr of fhe season was a 'rwo win series over Hagerslo ' 5 i The "KadeHes" won all loul fwo games in a 'ren game season. 9 X A ,. The rosler consisled of lhe following girls: Carol Sanders, Beverly Wach+er Belly Lenhart Pal Smilh, Susanne Keeler, Mary Woerner, Margery Allcin 1, V ," 0 , Mary Culler, Eslher Foqle, Shirley Corun, Pal Keller, Honor Crowfher, Barb Q I ' -' Mullican, Peggy Jenkins, and Mary Dreessen. Managers were Williena Boone C K I. Q Qeislaerl, and Connie Bufler. af A 7 , ,, L - ' aa 113' ' iffy . , F' SCHEDULE Q 9 ' '32 wi, iiefig B , -. Onponem - " 'A Q 4 Alumnae , . . za Lisbon . . , 42 Waynesboro . . 33 Howard Counly 27 Lisbon , .... 4I Hagersrown . . . 47 Franklin . . 45 Waynesboro . , I9 Howard Counry . 29 Haqerslowr i... 43 - Je 49 Running a CIose second To Ilne varslfy Iearn, The Counry Varsify ran up a IoIaI OI six wins as aqainsf four Iosses. MISS Fern Rice served as coecI'v and Peggy I-IoIsinger and IvIargareI Pryor were sIudenI managers. Members of Tlne Iearn were: Nancy Decker, IVIGVIITG Afbnson, Dons Lydard, Barbara I-Ieerd, Carolyn Brown, Iv1eIinda RamsI1urq,CeceIIa Bear. IyIIIdrecI Wlwire, Deanna Harman, Pa+ I"IoIdcraII, and EIIzabe'rIw ConIey. I I MZ GIRLS' COUNTY VARSITY SCHEDULE Opponen+ FHS Lvsbon . .... 2I 34 WaII:ersvIIIe . . . 22 IO Howard Counlry . . I2 I7 Usbon ....., I8 40 Brunswick . . . Zl 27 MIddIeIown . . . 45 23 TI1urmonI . . . I2 I I WaIkersyiIIe . . 27 I5 Emmifsburq . . . 23 24 Howard Counfy , ,22 24 X.. TRACK A record breaking 'rolal of sevenfy-five runners and even? men Turned our for The T956 Track Team. Running under The direclion of Coach James Fraser were dash men: L. Smilh, T. Liflle- Ton, W. Four, D. Meadows, D. Elzler, B. Eyler, C. wrnpiglef, A. Schullz, and R. Hafpine. Dis+ance runners were K. Runkles, W. Cro+hers, J. Williams, A. Heerd, D. Biddinger, D. Srnilh, R. Federline, K. Kranfz, D, LeGOre, J. Mills, L. Brown, J. Bar- ber, D. Howard, W. Adamson, and J, Wilhicle. Coach Fraser relied slrongly on a squad of Twelve speedsfers Tor The 440 dash. The squad was made up of B. Poole, A. Garver, T. Beldon, W. Four, J. Slup, B. Pine, B, Knill, W. Shreve, C. Zehnder, and W. Grove. Parricipahng in The field even+s which Te-afured The pole vault high jump. broad jump, sho+ puf. discus Throw, and hurdles, were W. Fender, F. Meehan, D. Le6ore, T. Beldon, D. Meadows, E. Toms, J. l-lerriclc, N. Nichols, and D. West TRACK SCHEDULE April 28-Sl. James May 4-Weslminsler May ll-Belair May I8-Cumberland May 26-College Park April 2 I-Winchesfer, V SCHEDULE Opponeni' Me-rcersburg . . Brunswick . . . Emrnirsbu rg Thurmoni' Lisbon . . . . Walkersville . . . Lisbon . Middlerown FHS 6 8 2 6 2 8 2 4 Y , .M-.f 3 K" . .. Elfacmlra fff'f""""". i SOCCER This year's soccer squad was composed of Twenry- rhree piayers and was coached by Mr, James Zim- merman. Donaid Ausherman, cenrer haii-back, served as ieam capiain and Richard Morgan was Slrudeni Manager, Aii games were played during schooi iime which in some measure compensaied For an unimpressive season. The FHS Booiers iaiied io come up wiih any vicicries on ihe home iieid buf did manage io win one game away from home, In spiie oi ihis iaci, ihe aiiernoon games did make if pos- sibie for fhe various classes, on e roiaiion basis, ro ger ouidoors and enioy The crisp auiurnnai air, in addiiion, If enabied many boys from aii grades fo parricipaie In a schooi yarsiiy sporf oi 'rheir choosing. K mm-nu... i sm JZJZQEEQHTY f3.4,LU'y.v FOOTBALL MY? ,, This seasonsgocinfball 'ream failed fo live up fo pre-season expecfafions. Affer fhrowing a scare info Annapolis buf failing fo score in fhe crucial mo- menfs, fhe Cadefs wenf on fo a season filled wifh hearfbrealc and formidable opponenfs. Showing complefe ,disrespecf for our big, green, inexperi- enced boys, Befhesda Chevy Chase proceeded fo wallop us 33-O. The Rockville "Roclcefs" were also disrespecfful fo fhe fune of 26-O. Hoping for a new sfarf in life, fhe Cadefs journeyed fo Wesfminsfer in high expecfafion. All hope soon vanished as Wesf- minsfer proceeded fo plasfer Hs guesfs 32-O. The remainder of fhe Tale is sad fo relafe, Wheafon licked us 26 fo 7, buf we scored our firsf fouchdown of fhe season. The following week Hagersfown jammed our pride down our fhroafs fo fhe fune of 26-O. Monfgomery Blair flaffened us 32-O, Marfins- burg defeafed us 33-I9 buf gave us our momenfs of glory as we enjoyed our besf scoring spree of fhe season. Finally, fhe lasf scheduled game ran ifs Course in much The same fashion as had fhe firsf. Woodward Prep refused fo puf a blemish on our perfecf season record and handed us our final de- feaf of fhe season, 26-I9. 92 L . fx ' R ,,1, ' A R. f 4 , A A '44 "if iw ' i '5 i 95.547 A 1 . ,,,LLk L 'L - L , N I 4 f ziiiiliegv ' ii ff i wx " A Q :xi ' s4 "4":'f' ' Q - q X, X I fr i "Ms, - . i i iff A L L 1 dx L -ff 4' if ?iff? , 3' L A , W , L- was Ff inf: L' iii iiiizii Wi L- -Wa ,,12 ,L ., L 5 Y Il. -ff A f A 5 i 'i if wi 4 in x ly Z 'iv I , " I with f ' , Aww R i , f gi K 1 L A L 'lf P D if QA, ,E 0 X' - S I ,- 7 ' f 5354 W- Y E3 i Z 8 " - "fi iw s U' N4 ixrfi X, . 'ik K - . - 'ffiw , 5 - A A wa H A A si L ' A ff ' -' A - I asm . GEN? HUMMEL , . . , .Head Coach F' +R : 3? H V . I A 1 , v I I H A Bob PMC JAMES FRASER . . , .eafuiend cam 57. . . . . Demi wuiafd DAVID BARR B Lf' I R 59- - , Evereii Ramsbmrq i i A ac Iedcoac 52- - . . Nickle Nicivois ROY BAKER . . . . . .Manager 43. . . J L M ie- , if 46' . I if Jdingsfgup DONALD KELLER . . . . .Manager 55- - . Wayne Fender . 304 n - . Fmden Hughes EVERETT RAMSBUR6 , . .ca.cEp+a.n 49- - - . . . Torn Beidcn WAYNE FENDER . . . .Co-Captain 40. ..., Second Row: 42 ...... 55 . . 24 . . 32 . . 44 . . 50 . . 23 . . 47 . . 58 , . 5I . . 48 .... Third Row: 38 .... 28 .... 20 . . 34 . 53 , 45 , 25 . 2l . , A 4l., 35. . . Bob Mmsz . . Torn Liriiefcn . Darreil LeGore . . Biiiy Grove . , Eddie Houck . . . Aiian Barnel . James Ramsburg . Leon Warrenfe'fz . . Ausfin Saver . Richard Ramsburg . John Carmody . . Geraid Fender . Eddie Tri?-apes , . Dale Warner , . Bob Moore . Aiberf Schuifz . Frank Meehan . . Roiand Cavey . . Wayne Larkin Sam Holiingswcrfn . . , Micnaei Hess . , LavrySmifin 93 BASKETBALL - 1956 VARSITY Wifh Aosses To only Bahinnore Poiy and Hagersfown fhe Cadefs fied fhe schools bear record of I6-2, ser by fhe l955 squad. The poinr hungry Cadefs scored a record braeking Tofal of IZO7 poinfs for a 67 poinf per game average. Convlncinq wins over 'rop 'reams brouqhf recognifion ro fhe Frederick Cadeis as one of fhe Top-flXqh+ 'oaslcefbah powerhouses In Jrhe s+a'fe. SQA A A: Cari- Hmm kigyyly 2 5 y,.. ,. eacfmk mm-A 5.6 W Q' LFE l .-X ' ,Qui-ol 1 xg' 9: My be gp -ff Qgjw FREDERICK 1-1101-1 SCHOOL BASKETBALL ' ' 1955-55 gel? Tfljree Poinf E1511kY5n5S , . . 33-1041.327,1 44-77 1.577,1 110 Charles Keller . . .123-29B 1.4171 B4-1141 73701 330 Louden Kiracofe . . 1232431.50701 73-1251 5821 319 Bolo Moss . . . 51-179 1.3421 29.52 1 55701 151 B515 Poole . . 931391.49701 27-59 1 4511 213 .11114 Mills . . . 19-44 1.4321 12-29 1 41701 50 BuckySummers. . 23-48 1.4821 9-22 1.40791 55 Bill Fuqua . . 5-25 1.2011 3-11 1 27701 I3 D511 Dixon . . , 0-1 2-2 11.00701 2 480-I 131 1.42701 283-49I1 .5721 1207 SEASONS RECORD I6. Wong 2, Losf FHS .... 63 FHS .... 58: .FHS .... 90: FI-IS .... 64: FHS .... 69: FHS .... 46: FHS .... 65: FHS .... 52: FHS ..., 68: FHS .... 42: FHS .... 65: FHS .... 80: FHS . . . 9Ig FHS .... 67: FHS .... 591 1207 1671: 883 1491 FHS ..., 76: FHS .... 77: FHS .... 8I: COUNTY VARSITY and JUNIOR VARSITY Forf Hill .... 62 Wheafon . . . 38 Sf, Johns . . . 50 Howard Co. . . SI Hagersfown . . 52 R. Monfqomery . 55 Marfinsburg . . 48 Wesfminsier . . 54 BaI+imore PoIy . 53 Wheafon . . . 57 Marfinsburg . . 43 R. Monfgomery . 5I Hagersfown . . 52 Howard Co, . . 44 Wesfminsfer . . 33 S+. Johns . . . 46 MusseImar1 . . . 58 Annapolis . . . 36 Avg 6.1 I8.3 I7.7 8.4 IIB 2.8 2.8 I.O I.O 67.0 Rebounds Ass OFF-Def. 29-79 84- I 25 I25- I 22 64-95 72-96 25-2I 20-30 8-I I 427-579 BBBB l f lr fx., M' f This year's Baseball Team, under the line coachino of a new menlor, Mr. I-lal Keller, had a good season. Mr. Keller was assisled by vereran coach, Mr, Gene Hummel, Good sporlsmanship and Team spiril con- rribured lo lhe cause. Seasoned velerans gradualing af lhe end of lhe season were as follows: Buddy Weddle and Eddie Gar- reH', calchersq Jalce Lenhart Howard Boyer, Danny Willard and Ralph Kemp, inlieldersg Bill Fuqua, our- lielder and Jack Kehne, pilcher. if , if BASEBALL Lelfermen from rhis year's squad who will be re- rurning are: Charlie Keller, Don Brown, and Richard Remslnurg, oulfieldersg Bucky Summers and Roberl Ramsburg, inlielders, and Donald Ausherman and Bob Moss, pilchers. The season schedule consisled of filleen games. A single game series was played wilh lvlonlgomery Blair. Sherwood, S+. James, Universily of Maryland Fresh- men, and Johns l-loplcins. Home and away games were played wi'rh Charlorle Hall, l-lagerslown, Rockville, Whealon, and lhe l-lagerslown Junior College, THE pm- 4 i+fffA I 4 ONS IKE LUSH NOTE INDIVIDUAL PAIRONS Mr. and Mrs. Merhl Adams Charles Arolsky Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Allon Bare Charles M. Barrholow. Jr. Ray D, Cassell Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Mr,and Mrs. Calvin Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Raymond Basford Frank Beachley Glenn E, Biehl Richard Biser. Sr. Jr. Joseph Blum Melvin W. Boone Charles E. Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Boyer Paul Boyer H. M. Brown, Jr. Lee M, Buchanan Mr. Harold E. Buhrman Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burdelle Paul W. Burns Douglas Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. O. Wilson Cook Harvey Cordell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Cramer Clyde C. Crum Mr. and Mrs, George Crum, Jr. L. Donald Davis Robert Davis J. Paul Delphey Mr. and Mrs. J. Norman Despeaux Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer R. Dixon Mr. and Mrs, Mr. Charles Mr, and Mrs. William Dudderar Easlon Lincoln D. Enqelbrechr Mr. and Mrs. Charles E, Eslerley, Jr, Mr. Russell E. Eyler Mr. and Mrs, Charles B. Fleel Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher Howard O. Flook Mr. and Mrs. Auslin Poland Mr. Louis C. Marqarel S. Mr. and Mrs. Forney Forney H. C, Fosler Mr. John S. Fox Mr, and Mrs. Harry Free Mr, Jack Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Russell Z. Horman Mr. Carroll H. Kehne Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Fred M. Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs, Olho J. Keller, Ill Kemp Kerchner Howard R. Kerchner Bealrice L. Kidd Mildred Kile Mr. and Mrs. Doclor H. F. Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. I' Clarence N, Kline Kline E. Kranlz C. Leo Kranlz Dolly M. Lawson Marion Lawson Mrs. Uriah Lawson Glenn H. Lenharr L. D. Lenhari Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lerner Leon Loeb Alan W. Lonq Preslon E. Lonq E. Paul Maqaha Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. ,Main Rolaerl Kenneih Main Roberr L. Mann Mrs. Edna Masser Mr. Joe Mazor Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merchant Sam Miller Ross Mills W. M. Mobley Bill Moore. Jr. Mrs. John M. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernesl R. Na Mrs. Lola B, Moore William M. Moore LeRoy L. Moore Paul Morgan Ralph E, Mullinix C. L, Myers Richard Nallin sher Neal Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Nimmo Lewis T. Nim Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ITIO Claiborne C. Noilsinqer, Garnerl G. N :rlsinqer Pauline E. Norwood Mr. J. E. Oden Mr. Sranley B. Gaver Mr. and Mrs. R, Donald Gearinqer Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Geisberl Mr. Roy R. Gosnell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs, Auslin Griffin Isabelle S. Grillin Lorrie Mae Hamillon Mr. Tex Harvey Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer R, Hawkins Roberl D. Osburn Mrs. Roberf D, Osburn Mr. and Mrs. G. l-lorion Peace Mrs, l'I. A. Pickerinq Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. Hooper Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hawkins Roberl Herman Joseph H. Holdcrall Lloyd K. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Poole Ted Mr, and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Charles W. Poole R. G, Prior Jacob R. Ramsburq John O. Ramsburg J. Richard Ramsburq Mehrl H. Ramsburq Mehrl H. Ramsburg, Jr, F. B. Reese Mr. and Mrs, L. H. Remsberq 98 Sr. Miss Mary L. Rernsberq Chuck Rhaades Mr. and Mrs. Alvie L. Ridqley Richard W. Rineharl Mr. Beniamin Rosenour Mr. and Mrs. O. Wilson Runkles Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rudy Holmes O. Scarll Samuel Duvall Schell Mr. and Mrs, Howard Schindel Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Schroeder Secrion 9142 Seclion IOC3 Mr. and Mrs. John W, Shade Miss Florence I. Shaicler Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Shaller Mr. and Mrs. William B. Shreve Mary Jane Simmons Mr. Huqh Simms Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smilh, Sr. Helena C. Smilh Mrs. Nora Smiih Mr. and Mrs. Walker Smilh Mr. and Mrs. William Smilh Mr. and Mrs. Miss Elsie So Mr. Alherl S Carlyle Sole I+ prankle Miss Mary A. Slaley Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Slaley G. Harris Sfaufler Mr. and Mrs. Herberl Srrawsburq Mr, and Mrs. C. Grayson Slevens Dr. and Mrs, R. Dean Sfickell Mr. and Mrs, William Slifely Mr. and Mrs. W. Barlrqis Slorm Blanche V. Sulcer Paul S, Slull Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Slull Mrs. Helen M, Sfup Dr. and Mrs, B. O, Thomas, Jr. Mr, and Mrs. R. G, Thomas Mr. and Mrs, R, Monroe Thomas Russell C. Thomas Helen Thoresen Mr. and Mrs. Roberl' G. Tuck Mr. and Mrs, Donald E. Urlerback Georqe E. Van Fossen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vona Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Grayson P. Wachler W. W. Wallz Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Warrenlelrz Harold N, Waskey Harold L. Weddle Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weissman Miss Dorolhy While Mr, and Mrs. James While Mr. and 'Mrs, N, John Wilson Mr, James Roqer Winpigler Elsie L. Younq Kalherine E. Younq Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Younq COMMERCIAL PAIRONS Acacia Beaulicians Araby Grocery Avalon Crown Service Cenler Barlgis and Zimmerman Bondsfone Colorcrele, Mr, Richard Mickle Bowers Lumber Company Ralph W. Boyer, Insurance Braddock I-Ieighis Esso Servicenler CappeIlo's Food Marker Carmack's Grocery C. C. Carly, Inc. Ceresville Molor Co., Inc. Coblenlz and Main, Insurance Coca-Cola Company Colonial Jewelry Company Colonial Music Shop Communily Hardware Company Noah Z. Cramer and Son, Inc. Crown Oil and Wax Company Lloyd C. Culler, Conlraclor Davis and Dulrow Service Slarions B. E. Dennis Aulo Body Shop Dorsey's Grocery l'I. B. Duvall, Farm Equipmenl Eber+'s Dining Room Eberfs Ice Cream Company M. R, Elchison and Son Farmers Cooperarive Associalion, Inc, Fishers Plumbing and I-Iealing I-I. Frank Foland and Son, Concreie Conlraclor Frederick Camera Shop Frederick Counly Nalional Bank Frederick Gas Company, Inc. .Frederick I-Iome Improvemenl Co., Inc. Frederick Junk Company Frederick Lumber and Supply Company Frederick Produce Co., Inc. Frederick Roller Rink, Inc. Frederick Trading Company Frederick Underwrilers, Inc. Froslie Beverage Co., Inc. Gilberl's Dress Shop Glade Valley Trucking Company Gladhill Furnilure Company P. L. I-Iargell and Company I-Iarry's Service Cemker I-Ienry's Deparlmenl Slore Hershloergers The Ideal Garage Co., Inc. Johnny's Marker J. O. Jenkins Karols Kiddie Shop The Kehne Furniiure Company Kelly Pie Company R. L, Kelly and Sons Richard F. Kline LeGore Lime Company Main's Qualify Ice Cream George E. May Meadows Van and Slorage, Inc. Earl W, I-I. Mercer's Esso Servicenler Model Garage News-Posl New York Sample Shoppe Nicodemus Ice Cream Ox Fibre Brush Company The Parsons Company J. C. Penny Company Peoples Service Drug Sfores The Polomac Edison Company Price Eleclric Corporalion Prime lncorporaled Ramsburg Ferlilizer Company Remsburgs Jewelry Slore G. Rodock and Son Roulzahn 81 Sons The Sandwich Shop Saniiary Laundry Schmidfs Esso Servicenier Sears Roebuck 81 Co. Edward I-I. Sharpe Xe Son Singer Sewing Cenler Snurr's Marker I.. R. Slup Sc Sons Superior Dairy Superior Dairy Lunch Tele-Cralls, Inc. Three Springs Fisheries Triangle Shell Slalion Urbana I-liking Club V.F.W. 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