Frederick High School - Last Word Yearbook (Frederick, MD)
- Class of 1964
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. . . Therefore when we build, let us think that We build forever. Let it not be for
present delight, nor for present use alone, let it be such Work as our descendants will
thank us for, and let us think, as we lay stone on stone, that a time is to come when
these stones will be held sacred because our hands have touched them, and that men
will say as they look upon the labor and rought substance of them, "See1 This our fathers
did for us."
Ruskin -!'The Lamp of Memory"
The unpolished stones by which we build today are the many little challenges We
accept in our daily lives. With these stepping stones We are fabricating a strong founda-
tion for the future. We trust that every stone will be articulate in expressing our strength
of purpose, foreshadowing our dreams. We hope that those who follow us at Frederick
High School may see the Wisdom of our plan and the beauty of our pattern, that they,
too, may take courage to build their lives to even greater heights.
These are our thoughts today: May future classes employ these stepping stones
upon which we structured our future lives. May future students of our alma mater be
edified and inspired to a more noble purpose, that we, the departing Class of l964,
may feel our time spent in Frederick High School has been productive of lofty dreams
and better tomorrows.
The stepping stones she helped us fashion
are the runqs by which We'll climb the ladder
We, the class of l954, feel our lives
enormously enriched tor having known her. We
proudly dedicate this LAST WORD in sincerest
appreciation to Mrs. Cctavia Zimmerman.
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MR. PAUL B. STROUP
To the Graduating Class of 1964:
Confucius, the celebrated Chinese philosopher, said, "The rule of life is to be found within
the Graduating Class of Frederick High School, leave our
yourself." Thus, as you, the members of
, halls of learning, We hope your rule of life will serve you Well.
Ask yourself constantly, "What is the right thing to do?" Make an honest effort to live in
peace rather than in bitterness and in strife. Believe your fellow men rather than distrust them.
Be considerate of their feelings and their property. Consideration for others is a basis of a good
life and of a good society.
I lf you have not already done so, decide now upon your rule of life. We hope it will guide you
l into a life of service to humanity and in so doing help you find satisfaction and happiness.
y We have been proud of you as students of Frederick High School. We are proud of you as
graduates. Our best wishes go with you as you embark upon your chosen careers.
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Miss Alice Love Mrs. Hilda Roelke
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Mrs. Shirley Lakel Mrs. Katherine McKinney Mrs. Iune Wiles Mrs. Shirley Crarnpton
School Secretary School Secretary School Gu.dance Secretary Library Secretary
Left to right: Mr. Overs, Mr. Dorsey, Mr.
Tobery, Mr. Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Toth,
Mr. Spurrier, and Mr. DeGranqe.
First row: Mrs. Ahalt, Mrs. Eizler, Mrs.
Blumenauer, Mrs. Markle, Mrs. Kaufman,
manaqer, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Stroup.
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Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Linion, Mrs. Holland,
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Seated left to right: Duran Harris, Roberta Bradbury, Ian Eisman, Dick Clapp, Lynne Howard, lack Hart, Iennie Brewer
Miss Weagly, Treva Stedling, Bonnie Penn, Standing: Lois Brubaker, Connie Billy, Kay Knight, Lisa Olson, Rick Alt
Norman Mason, Pete Thomas, Mike Hess, Greg Cox, Calvin Rice, Iohn George, David Stockman, Anna Mae Young
Sandy Burdette, Peggy Hoffman.
Lett to right: Dick Clapp, president, Lynne Howard, vice president: lack Hart, treasurer, Ierinie
NORMAN E. ABRECHT, JR.
"Boots" . . . a garnblin' man, but
a nice guy . . . IV Football:
lunior Executive Committee: Golf
Team . . . Future-Restaurant and
Food Management-"It's money"
SUE CAROL ADAMS
"Sue" . . . her charm and wit
win the friendship of everyone:
whirlwind of semi-confusion . . .
Honor Society, Secretary: FTA:
Tri-Hi-Y Beta, Treasurer: Rec.
Council: Band: M. Y. F.: 4-H:
Student Council: Basketball . . .
"Herby" . . . loads of laughs:
everybody's friend: keeps an
eagle eye on the opposite sex
. . . Rec. Council: Varsity Base-
ball . . . Pet peeve-homework
. . . FutureA"WiId Blue Yonder"
"Iudy" . . . 1,000-track mind,
but finally made it up: eat toodl:
kill the gray mare! . . . Tri-Hi-Y
Beta: Inspirational Committee:
FTA: Band: Librarian: llth Grade
Executive Committee: Luther
League, vice-president . . . Future
DAVID RICHARD ALLEN
"Schoolman" . . . hey man, al-
rightylg Walking the dog: fond
of the female sex: loves to work
out: leaves basketball ability to
FHS especially to I. CS I ....
All-Star Basketball League . . .
Future-No one knows for sure
ERROL NATHANIEL ALLEN
"Abner" . . . "Let you tell it:
sound better" . , . St. Iames
A. M. E. Choir . . . Future-
GARY TYRONE ALLEN
"Hot Dog" . . . "the little fat
man with four eyes": likes to
have fun: "Make it my way and
I'll make my play" . . . Future-
RICHARD SCOTT ALT
"Rick" . . . the nice, guiet guy
from Ohio: a boost for the basket-
ball team: a big help in English
. . . Varsity Basketball 3, 4:
Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Recff un-
cil: Senior Class Executi e ri ft,
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BEVERLY D I' NE AMBUSH
"Shortie" . . . always smiling
and ready for a laugh: loves to
go to Montgomery County: "Hey,
Nick, do you have any gum?"
. . . M. Y. F. and Iunior Choir
of Pleasant View Methodist
Church . . . Future-Unknown
ERNEST A. AMBUSH, IR.
"Ernie" . . . loves life and every
female in it: enjoys weekends:
never seems to show up for
school on Mondays . . . Thes-
pians . . . Pet peevee-Absentee
slips . . . Future-Art teacher or
SANDRA MAY AMBUSH
"Sandy" . . . always found
laughing, quiet until you get to
know her: vivacious personailty:
willing to lend a helping hand
. . . FNA: Sunnyside Methodist
Church: Church Choir . . . Fu-
WILLIAM FRANKLIN AMICK
"Bill" . . . Usually seen driving
a mean Tempest . . . Band: Order
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RICHARD IAMES ASHTON
"Richard" . . . the quiet type
until the right time: has an
answer for the majority: likes to
"mess" around . . . Pet peeve-
homework . . . Future-College
LINDA ANN ATKINS
"Linda" . . . cute girl: always
smiling and ready for a good
time . . . FNA: member of St.
Paul's Lutheran Church at Utica
. . . Future-Medical Secretary
IANICE LOUISE AUSHERMAN
"lanice" . . . a cute blonde: full
of fun: great to have around . . .
Glee Club: Future Nurses: Rec-
reational Council: member of
Church of the Brethren . . . Pet
peeve-red roses . . . Future-
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LARRY BRENT AUSHERMAN
"Larry" . . . "Even," is that
right? Wide open spaces are for
me . . . Pet peeve-Fords and
overpowering girls . . . Future-
CAROL ANN BAKER
"Carol" . . . known for her long
fingernails-until typing class:
always smiling and ready to hear
a joke: buzzes around in a black
Chevy: wild about pizza: Phyllis'
other half . . . FTA: Library Club:
member of St. Mark's Lutheran
Church, Luther League . . . Pet
peeve-people who insist on us-
ing her middle name . . . Future
-only time will tell, for Carol
ROBERT GARFIELD BAKER
"Tinker" . . . known for his great
sense of humor: a real nut:
usually seen with a senior girl
. . . l. V. and Varsity Football
. . . Pet Peeve-Art . . . Future
"Rosie" . . . sweet gal: a friend
to everyone: always seen with
that certain someone . . . Mem-
ber of the Edgewood Church ot
God . . . Pet Peeve-conceited
people and school . . . Future-
left hand "third" finger
SHARON ANN BAKER
"Sharon" . . . sweet girl with
a great personality: a special
interest in Brunswick . . . Thes-
pians: Pep Club: Member of
United Church ot Christ, Jefferson
. . . Future-time will tell
SUSAN LYNN BAKER
"Sue" . . . cute and short gal
from Urbana: known tor her
quiet laugh: eyes tor a certain
guy . . . Glee Club: Hyattstown
Fire Company "Marching Unit:"
Wesley Chapel: MYF . . . Future
-Community College and NIH
PATRICIA ANN BANNON
"Pat" . . . always found with
Phyliss: keeps up with the
styles: always ready to have a
good time: has a weakness for
the name McHenry . . . 4-H
Club , . . Future-Beautician and
MICHAEL LEE BASGRE
"Mike" . . . "Never rnind:" al-
ways ready for a good time . . .
Student Council: IV Track: FTA:
Order of DeMolay: Evangelical
Lutheran Church , . . Future-
"Donna" . . . sparkling per-
sonality: those brown eyes al-
ways have a smile for someone:
knack tor getting her homework
done . . . Honor Society: Ke-
fauver Chapter ot FTA, secretary:
HIGH FLIER, page 3 editor: In-
spirational Committee: Luther
League . . . Future-Hagerstown
"Gene" . . . "IO-4 over and out:"
has a word for everyone: "Any-
one for a drag?" . , . FFA:
Doubs Lutheran Church: Doubs
Baseball Club . . . Pet peeve-
Chevrolets . . . Future-urs
CLASS OF '64
CAROLYN ANN BEALL
"Carolyn" . . , friendly gal with
a smile tor everyone: crazy about
Damascus: usually seer. with
Marilyn . . . Basketball team:
Youth for Christ Club: Brown-
ingsville MYF . . . Pet peeve-
people who always gripe . . .
Future-Asbury Correge, Wil-
BARBARA ELIZABETH BENDER
"Barb" . . . petite and vivacious:
the settled one: great student of
French customs . . . Thespians:
Tri-Hi-Y Beta, vice-president:
Honor Society . . . Future-
College and Hawaii
CATHERINE REBECCA BEST
"Kitten" . . . a cute girl with a
bubbling personality: hasn't
passed her driving test: doesn't
understand jokes but loves ani-
mals, ice cream, and surprises:
crazy over a tall blond . . .
Thespians: Dramatics II: Iob's
Daughters: Girl Scouts: YMCA
Swimming Team: MYF . . .
Future - Secretarial Business
RICHARD EMORY BEST
"Reb" . . . "Thats a deep sub-
ject:" two-tone blue or two-tone
green? . . . IV and Varsity Base-
ball: Glee Club: United Church
of Christ: Youth Fellowship,
president . . . Future-College
LOIS IEAN BIGGS
"Lois" . . . cute brunette with
devilish brown eyes and per-
sonality to match , . . one of a
threesome . . . Bank: South End
Baptist Church . . . Pet Peeve-
Conceited people . . . Future-
Only time will tell
CONSTANCE LARUE BILLY
"Connie" , . . a cute girl with
a 'swell personality: quiet until
you get to know her: loved
those morning lectures QI:
Won't tell us who that certain
someone ist! . . . FTA: Tri-Hi-Y,
treasurer: Honor Society: Rec.
Council: Basketball: Executive
Committee: Concert and March-
ing Band . . . Futureeflollege
and then a hula skirt.
ROBERT COBLENTZ BISER
"Bob" . . . a great guy with an
even greater personality: good-
looking and always well-dressed:
known by all for his care-free
attitude: a true, sincere friend
. . . Carroll Manor 4-H: Frede-
rick County 4-H Older Youth:
United Church of 'Christ and
United Church Youth, Adams-
town . . . Pet peeve-conceited
girls . . . Future-College
DIANA MAE BLANK
"Diana" . . . Cute little girl:
hails from Rocky Springs: always
laughing about something: a
friend to all . . . Pet peeve-
People who say things they do
not mean . . . Future-Beautician
and then . . .
ELIZABETH MAE BLANK
"Susie" . . . A cute red head
from Rocky Springs: always
ready for a good time . . .
Hockey 2, 3 . . . Pet peevea
School . . . Future-ask Susie
RODNEY BARTON BLANK
"Rod" . . . tall, sleek guy: can
be seen above the crowd: al-
ways has a psychological ques-
tion: remember those Latin
classes . . . Home Room Year-
book Representative: Assembly
of God, President CA, Church
CHARLES RICHARD BOKESCH
"Charlie" . . . hard worker but
never sacrifices a good time for
study: attached to a certain cute
brunette . . . Student Council:
Student Standards: Inspirational
Committee: Executive Committee:
Science Club, vice president:
Science Seminar: Thespians:
Boys' State . . . Pet peeveerough
math problems . . . Future e
CATHERINE LOUISE BOWERS
"Cathy" . . . "I guess so:" a
cute brunette: likes skating: al-
ways seen with that special
someone in a '62 red Chevy
. . . FNA: Buckeystown Meth-
odist Church . . . Pet peeve-
snobbish people . . . Future-
the business world
"Bev" . . . Cute little gal with
a smile for everyone: crazy about
Thunderbirds: usually found
roaming around the halls looking
for devilment: Ou Wee! What's
to it papa? . . . Tri-Hi-Y Alpha:
Pep Club: Basketball team: St.
,Iames A.M,E. Church: Asbury
Youth Fellowship . , , Pet peeve
- Tomatoes . . . Future -
"Joanne" . . , friendly girl: easy
to get along with: can be found
in homeroom putting that final
touch on her P,O.D. homework
. . . Pet peeve-non conformists
. . . Future4College?
THURSTON OWEN BOWIE
"Pee Wee" . . . lives for the
wild, way-out week ends: us-
ually seen with his big-time
friends . . . Pet peeve-deceitful
people . . . Future-Air Force
MARY BARBARA BOWINS
"Cookie" . . . quiet kid: friend
to all who need help: always
says, "Oh for days" . . . Ap-
prentice Thespians: Ushers . , .
GALE UNA BOWMAN
"Gale" . . . cute gal: a friend
to all: blue eyes and brown hair:
has a smile for all: likes to write
"Dear Iohn" letters, better yet
receiving Iohn's letters . . .
Recreation Council: Student
Standards . . . Pet Peeve -
Homework on weekends . . .
Future-Time will tell
DAVID NUDHAM BOYD
"Dave" . . . noted for his timely
injuries during football season:
always a friend to those who
need one: always has an answer
for a wise-crack . . . Recreational
Council: Hi-Y: Football team:
Track team . . . Future-College
KENNETH WAYNE BOYER
"Kenny" . . . holy terror from
Feagaville: really a nice guy:
incessant grinner: Ford man from
Way back . . . member of St.
Luke's Church: Luther League
. . . FuturefUndecided
LINDA KAY BOYER
"Linda" . . . poise personified:
wears her past around her wrist:
usually found seeking advice
about the male: so many shoes
. . . Thespians: FTA: Executive
Committee . . . Future-College
CLASS OF '64
ROBERTA SARAH BRADBURY
"Bobbie" . . . cute, petite, viva-
cious girl: always on the go:
runs around with little "D":
favorite initials are L. W ....
Varsity Cheerleading, captain:
Student Council: Student Stand-
ards: Tri-l-li-Y: Executive Commit-
tee . . . Future-College
CHARLES F. BRANDENBURG
"Frank" . . . cool, quiet type:
usually seen driving a sick '62
Chevy: out to have fun . . .
F. H. S. Band 2, 3: Bethany
M. Y. F.: Pep Club . . . Future-
Air Force or Marines
"Colleen" . . . known for her
long blonde hair and crazy
laugh: usually seen with a cer-
tain someone irom Yellow
Springs . . . Pet peeve-History
and waiting . . . Future-Office
work and a long walk down the
lOYCE BRENDA BRECKENRIDGE
"Susie Que" . . . nice girl with
a great personality: always ready
to give a helping hand . . . Pet
peeve-People who think they're
better than everyone else . . .
Member of Calvary Methodist
Church: M. Y. F .... Future-
PRUDENCE IANE BREWER
"Jennie" . . . heart's at Md.:
small but mighty individualist
. . . Tri-Hi-Y Alpha: Executive
Committee, secretary: Student
Council: Rec. Council, secretary:
Hockey l, Z, 3: Thespians, scribe
. . . Future-College
PATRICIA G. BRIGI-ITFUL
"Pat" . . . "Keep cool," nice quiet
girl, a friend to everyone, can
be found making that Trig hustle
. . . Pet Peeve-P. O. D. . . .
FREDERICK WARD BROADRUP
"Fred" . . . blonde-haired charmer
with unique sense of humor,
known for his casual way and
attraction for the opposite sex
. . . Hi-Y, Band . . . Future -
CAROL LOUISE BROWN
"Louise" . . . nice, quiet girl from
Braddock, 5' Z", blue eyes and
dark brown hair, known for her
crazy smile that makes everyone
haPPYi "Aw, you don't say."
. . . Saint Iohn'5 'Catholic Church
. . . Pet Peeve-people who think
they're something they aren't . . .
Future-not quite sure yet
LEWIS RICHARD BROWN
"Richie" . . . "What's happen-
ing?" . . . Future-Government
work or college
LEWIS WAYNE BRUCHEY
"Lou" . . . dark and athletic,
good looking guy, usually found
thinking about sports or a cer-
tain blonde . . . I.V. Football,
Varsity Football, I.V. Basketball,
Varsity Basketball, I.V. Track,
Varsity Track, Rec. Council 3 and
4, Hi-Y . . . Pet Peeve-Girls who
think they're it . . . Future-Cob
NANCY LEONA BRIGI-ITWELL
"Nancy" . . . Quiet, bashful girl
with a blushing face and coy
smile, willing to lend a helping
homework paper, middle name is
Norman . . . FI-IA, Glee Club
. . . Pet Peeve-Calm people
. . . Futureeltflarriage
IAMES ROBERT BROOKS
"lap" . . . "I'll let you tell it."
. . . Young People's Division of
Churches, Choir . . . Pet Peeve-
English classes and metal shop
. . . Future-Animal caretaker
Cl-IARLENE DOROTI-IEA BROWN
"Penny" . . . the tall girl, known
by everyone, always can be
found laughing, never depressed,
always in a gay amusing mood,
enjoys all things that are fun
. . . Pep Club, M.Y.F. Asbury
Methodist Church, Young Adult
Choir . . . Future-College
LOIS SEEGER BRUBAKER
"Lois" . . . friendly, energetic,
and full of fun, spends her eve-
nings doing homework for two
. . . Senior Executive Committee,
Library Club secretary, Hockey l
. . . Future-I. and I.
BARBARA ANN BRUNK
"Barbara" . . . petite whirlwind
of enthusiasm, passion for pop-
sicles: utterly sentimental, in
love With life, unpredictable,
speaks with her eyes . . . Glee
Club . . . Future-Schoolmann
VIOLET VIRGINIA BUCHANAN
"Violet" . . . A smile for every-
one: once a friend, always a
friend: loves to ride in a green
and white '55 Pontiac with a spe-
cial someone . . . Attends Urbana
Methodist Church . . . Pet peeve
-Conceited people . . . Future
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IAMES WILLIAM BURDETTE
"lim" . . . Tall, friendly guy:
always laughing: spends his
time making other people happy:
usually seen with Mark and
David , . . Member of 10th grade
Executive Committee: 4-H: Forrest
Grove Methodist Church . . .
Pet Peeve-Hillbilly music and
typing . . . Future-Business
SANDRA IANE BURDETTE
"Shug" . , . One of Frederick
High's friendliest girls: known
for her auburn fmost of the timel
hair: one of Damion's most loyal
fans , . . FTA: FNA: Tri-Hi-Y
Beta . . . Future-Beautician
SANDRA IEAN BURDETTE
"Sandy" . . . Cute gal with a
unique personality: sincere, has
a smile for everyone: friend to
the friendless: has a mania for
olives . . . Executive Committee
2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4:
Social Committee: Thespians 2,
3, 4: Inspirational Club: FFA
Chapter Sweetheart: 4-H Older
Youth: Luther League . . . Future
SHEILA DAWN BURKE
"Sheila" . . . An imported snow-
man from Alaska: a cute kid with
pretty, long hair: has one lunior
problem: usually ready for a
laugh: always wearing a smile
. . . Tri-Hi-Y Beta: FTA: GAA:
Red Cross: Sophomore Class Of-
ficer: Pep Club: Spanish Club:
Girls' Club Conference: Letter
Girls . . . Future-College
CLASS OF ,64
RAY MARSH BUSSARD
"Buzz" . . , Drives a blue Cor-
vair . . . Future-Navy
DENNIS MICHAEL BUTTS
"Denny" . . . Known for driving
a bad '63 Olds: always found at
the bowling lanes . . . Future-
NANCY ELAINE CALLOWAY
"Elaine" . . . North Carolinas
contribution to FHS: typical
"southern belle": always on the
go: hates to stay in one place:
"Hey Beth, let's go tothe bowling
alley" . . . Latin Club, secretary:
FTA . . . Future-University of
SUSAN MARY CALPIN
"Susan" , . . Never understands
jokes: quiet until you get to
know her: usually seen with a
certain half-miler in track . . .
St. Ignatius Loyola Church: Thes-
pians: Hockey: Basketball . . .
BILLIE IOE CAMPBELL
"Billie" . . . blue-eyed brunette
with a sweet personality and a
true friend: always lending a
helping hand: usually seen driv-
ing that '63 Ford . . . Future-
IERRY WAYNE CAMPBELL
"Ierry" . . . usually seen at
Village Lanes, when he's not
with Donna . . . IV Baseball l,
2: Varsity Baseball l . . . Future
MARY CYNTHIA CANNON
"Cindy" . . . cute blackhaired gal
with a sweet personality: always
a true friend . . . member of
Brook Hill Methodist Church:
MYF: Thespians . . . Pet Peeve-
Psychology . . . Future-Business
College, then ask Delton!
ROBERT WILLIAM CAREY, IR.
"Bob" . . . likes chess, archery,
and reading: Civil War "buft":
always ready to tell a corny joke
. . . Church of the Brethren . . .
KATHLEEN GLORIA CARNEY
"Kathleen" . . . hails from Ala-
bama: great sense of humor with
a personality to match: always
ready for fun: "Village" is home
away from home: has an infec-
tious laugh: bombs around with
Carole and Linda . . . FTA: For-
eign Language Club: Pep Club:
Tri-Hi-Y Beta . . . Future-College
ANITA YVONNE CARROLL
"Anita" . , . "Never look up the
ladder of success, but climb it.":
always seen with that special
someone in a green '57 Pontiac:
noted for her late hours and her
pleasant smile: seen six periods
a day loafing in the halls . . . Pet
Peeve-Late hours . . . Future-
STEPHEN STUART CARTER
"Crash" . . . determined but
lazy: has a terrible habit of being
reckless . . . IV Football: Inspira-
tional Committee: Science Semi-
nar: Social Studies Seminar . . .
Pet Peeve - A certain short
blonde . . . Future-Thiel College
GARY WAYNE CASTLE
"Gary" . . . something cool from
Highs: drives a mean '59 Ford:
a true friend: easy to get along
with: hangs around with the
band room gang: "Well, you
can't win them all." . . . March-
ing, Concert, and Varsity Bands
. . . Pet Peeve-ePsychology and
getting up in the morning . . .
FutureiAnchors away or Busi-
CAROLE FRANCIS CASTO
"Carole" . . . hails from Cuba:
a cute blonde always on the go:
runs around in circles: likes a
wild time: has a smile for every-
one: can usually be found at
"Village" with Kathleen and
Linda: drives a little red fire
engine . . . Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Thes-
pians: Ushers: Pep Club: FNA
. . , Future-St. Mary's
RICHARD ALAN CECIL
"Speedy" . . . "Go ahead with
it" . . . Church of the Brethren:
CBYF . . , Future--School for
CAROL LYNN CHEEKS
"Carol" . . . cute gal with a great
personality and sense oi humor:
fond of the name of Larry . . .
member of the United Church of
Christ . . . Pet Peeve - Late
telephone calls . . . Future-It's
up to Larry!
STEPHANIE ELAN CHERRY
"Stef" . . . "la vie est vainef'
un peu de toutes les choses: one
of the Bobbsey Twins: tyrant of
page two . . . High Flier: Thes-
pians: Humanities and Science
Seminars . . . Future-College
RICHARD THOMAS CLAPP
"Dick" , . . jack of all trades and
master of most: fabulous per-
sonality with sincere and under-
standing attitude: always ready
to lend a helping hand . . .
President of Senior Class: Na-
tional Honor Society: Inspirational
Club: Band: Social Studies
Seminar: Sophomore Executive
Committee . . . Future-College
BARBARA LYNN CLARK
"Chubbie" . . . tall country gal
always laughing: true friend to
those who understand her: us-
ually with that certain guy:
known for her height and per-
sonality . . . F. N. A.: F. H. A.:
Thespians: Bethany Church:
President of M. Y. F .... Pet
Peeve-People who try to be
something they aren't . . . Fu-
HERBERT DAVID CLARK
"Dave" . . . allergic to telephone
poles: always doing his work
at the last minute . . . Favorite
Saying-"How about that!" . . .
Inspirational Club: lunior Execu-
tive Committee: Science Seminar:
Science Club: Humanities Semi-
nar: Library Club . . . Future-
PAMELA ANN CLEMENTS
"Pam" . . . our traveling flower-
ing ambassador frorn "kangaroo
land": cute, bubbly, and adorable
. . . Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Student Coun-
cil: A. F. S.: Yearbook repre-
sentattve: F. T, A., Rhodes
Chapter . . . Future-University
of Sydney, then teaching
CLASS OF '64
MA RIORIE MAE CLEVENGER
"Margie" . . . little gal from
Point of Rocks: always seen with
that someone special . . . Pet
Peeve - Conceited people and
homework . . . Saint Luke Luth-
eran Church . . . Future-
CHARLES EDWARD COLE
"Eddie" . . . Favorite Saying-
"Get serious" . . . Trinity Meth-
odist M. Y. F .... Future-Air
Force or business school
THELMA VIRGINIA COLE
"Thelma" . . . a brunette with
hazel eyes: cheerful personality:
tendency to spread laughter
wherever she goes . . . Member
of Bartholow's Pentecostal Church
. . . Pet Peeve-Conceited people
. . . Future-Security
"Spook" . . . a pretty blond, blue-
eyed girl who is a friend to all:
usually found at Village Lanes
Bowling Alley: known to all by
her nickname and hair: seen a
lot lately in a '55 blue Chevy
. . . Future-Beautician"?"
CAROLINE VIRGINIA COLLINS
"Poochie" . . . noted for being
one of the most friendly girls:
usually out to have a good time
. . . Favorite Saying-'It's not the
hours you put in, but what you
put into the hours" . . . Pet
Peeve-Short week ends . . .
Thespians: Usher: M. Y. F.:
Iunior choir . . . Future-WACS
CHARLES WILLIAM COMES
"Bill" . . . likes to do nothing
. . . Pet Peeve-People in a
hurry . . . Future-Mechanical
engineer in U.S. Army
GARY DAVID COMPHER
"Gary" . . . usually seen in a
mean green machine . . , Saint
Matthews Lutheran Church:
Older Youth, 4-H: Band 2, 3, 4:
Pet Peeve - Homework and
twelve bells . . . Future-Further
education, then ask loann
DOROTHY EDITH COOK
"Dotty" . . . a real cute brunette:
a true friend to everyone: usually
seen with Iudy . . . Favorite say-
ing-"Oh sugar" . . . Pet Peeve
-Homework . . . Calvary Meth-
odist Church . . . Future -
IOHN EDWARD CORDYACK
"lohn" . . . tall and quiet: search-
ing for a solution: almost there
-where? . . . Honor Society:
Varsity and I. V. Football: Stu-
dent Council: Sigma Nu Hi-Y . . .
LORNA IEAN COVELL
"leanie" . . . a sweet girl with
a swell personality: a smile for
everyone, especially Charlie . . .
Member of Hyattstown Volun-
teer Fire Department Ladies
Auxiliary: Flint Hill M. Y. F.
. . . Pet Peeve-Some people . . .
GREGORY ROBERT COX
"Greg" . . . an avid guitarist:
nice guy with a swell person-
ality: sharp dresser and has a
certain way: always has a smile
for everyone and likes all the
sports . . , I. V, Football: Sigma
Nu Hi-Y: lefferson United Church
of Christ: Football team statis-
tician: High Flier Sports editor:
Science Seminar: Senior Execu-
tive Committee . . . Future-l'll
CAROL JEAN CRAMER
"Ieanne" . . . bubbling over with
contagious happiness: loves a
good time: zest for life: 50-track
mind: possessor of a piercing
off-key siren: yen for red ele-
phants , . . Tri-Hi-Y Alpha: Thes-
pians: Pep Club . . . Future-
"Rosemary" . . . light brown hair
and blue eyes: usually quiet
around school: has special inter-
est in Norfolk, Virginia, and the
Navy . . . Future-Ask 'Gene
MARY LYNNE CRAWFORD
"Mary" . . . a lively girl with
a glowing personality: ready to
laugh at a good joke: knows how
to have loads ot fun . . . Science
Seminar ll, l2: Recreation
Council l2: Evangelical Lutheran
Church . . . Favorite saying -
"Molds" . . . Pet Peeve-Home
work , . . Future-College
ALLAN RICHARD CREAGER
"Allan" . . . friendly guy with
a pleasing personality: interested
in everything: drives a bad
Mopar . . . Science Seminar: Sci-
ence Club: DeMolay: Social
Studies Seminar: Student Council:
Honor Society . . . Future -
BRENDA SUE CRESWELL
"Sue" . . . Tall, cute, blonde
lassie with an A-l personalityp
always seen wearing a smiley a
friend to all: can't make up her
mind between civilians and the
Air Forcey can usually be found
at the swimming pool . . , Tri-
Hi-Y . . . Pet Peeve-Elroy . . .
IEROME JOSEPH CREWE, IR.
"I. I." . . . tall, sleek guy with
a joke for everyone: loves those
psychology classes: Did you pass
that test? . . . Future-Technical
BONNIE MARIE CROMWELL
"Bonnie" . . . a petite brunette
with hazel eyes: has a sweet
smile and is a friend to all: al-
ways happy . . . Future -- Un-
MILTON CLAY CRUTCHLEY
"Milt" . . . Always ready to lend
a helping hand to his friends:
usually seen in '63 Dodge Dart
. . . Library Club . . . Pet Peeve
-Slow drivers . . . Future-U.S.
NANCY TRAPNELL CUTSAIL
"Nancy" . . . a cute brunette with
a bubbling personality and a
score of friends: sweet and true
with a helping hand for all . . .
Band 2, 3, 47 FTA 2, 3, 45 Ushers
35 Youth Fellowship, treasurer
. . . 'Pet Peeve-Busy-bodies . . .
SUZANNE MARIE DAKIN
"Suzanne" . . . a sweet blue-
eyed petite gal who enjoys
traveling and meeting new peoa
ple: a great sense of humor and
a sympathetic friend to all . . .
Student Council: Tri-Hi-Y Betag
Glee Clubg PNA . . . Future-
HELEN MAY DARKIS
"Helen" . . . Brown-haired,
brown-eyed nut: somewhat shy:
friendly personality . . . member
of Evangelical Reformed Churchg
active member of Independent
Hose Company Ladies Auxiliary
. . . Pet Peeve-People who
think they are better than any-
one else . . . Future-Beautician
DORINDA LARUE DAVIS
"Dee" . . . one of the many who
wears a rock on her finger: has
a special liking for Marines . . .
Future-Perhaps modeling school
and definitely marriage
IAY PAUL DELPHEY
"Feather Merchant" . . . nice guy
with a wonderful personality: al-
ways seen with a smile and
"?"7 likes water sports . . .
Band 2, 3, 45 YMCA Swim Team
. . . Pet Peeve-Stuck-up people
PAUL RICHARD DERR
"Rick" . . . Well-mannered guy,
always ready to help a friend in
needy slick crewcutg likes guns,
girls, and horsesg Let's have a
party . . . St. Luke's Luther
League, vice president: Library
Clubg member of St. Luke's
Lutheran Church . . . Pet Peeve-
sarcasm . . . Future-C. P. A.
SANDRA FAYE DERR
"Sandra" . . . a sweet girl with
a charming personality: easy to
get along with: a friend to every-
one . . . Honor Society: LAST
WORD Staff 3, 4, editor in chief
4: FTA 2, 3, 4, vice-president 4:
Girls' State: Student Council 4:
Sophomore Executive Committee,
Yearbook homeroom representa-
tive 3: Moments Oi Inspiration
2, 3, 4: Youth Fellowship: 4-I-I
. . . Future-College
BETTY ELIZABETH DIGGS
"Betty" . . . "You can bet that"
. . . Future-Beautician
CALVIN MAURICE DIGGS
"Tonkie" . . . nice guy: friend of
all . . . I. V. Football: . . . Hope-
hill Methodist Church, Choir:
NAACP . . . Future-Undecided
DELORES VIRGINIA DIGGS
"Larsie" . . . "Happiness is not
having what you want: but
wanting what you have, there-
fore: your life will be what you
make it." . . . Thespians: MYF:
Ushers, Iunior Choir . , . Future
SYLVIA LORRAINE DIGGS
"Tweedles" . . . Hopehill Ir.
Choir, secretary: Methodist Youth
Fellowship . . . Future - Un-
ROBERT OSBORNE DRISH
"Bob" . . . a quiet conservative
guy: likes sports and electronics:
very conscientious worker . . .
Future-Armed Forces, then???
IOI-IN WAYNE DRONEBURG
"Maxwell I-louse" . . . "C" in
the South Mountain Seven: has
a sweet tooth for "Candy": "Mr.
Splits" at the dances: part owner
in a 265 driven Anglia Sedan:
"Hear you tell it" . , . I.V. Track:
Varisty Track and Football . .
THERESA P. DRONENBURG
"Theresa" . . . a sweet girl with
a bubbling personality: usually
seen with Mike, in a black-and-
white Chevy . . . Member of the
Good Shephard Lutheran Church
. . . Pet Peeve-Homework and
POD . . . Future-Wedding Bells
IUNE REBECCA DUDROW
"Iune" . . . a sweet kid to have
as a friend: one of Rec. Council's
stars . . . 4-H Clubs: Hockey:
Basketball: Volleyball: Softball:
EUB Church of Walkersville:
Dairy Club . . . Future-College
THOMAS ORMOND DUTROW
"Dutty" . .. great sense of
humor: gets a big kick out of
Ken and Wat: usually seen with
Icy: drives a '55 Mercury . . .
Cadet, Concert, and Special Band:
IV and Varsity Baseball: DeMolay
. . . Future-College
SUSAN CAROL EASTON
"Susan" . . . cute gal: personality
plus: the individualist: impulsive:
"Is there a dance this week
end?" . . . Student Council 2, 3:
Pep Club: Rec. Council: Varsity
Basketball 3, 4: member of First
Baptist Church . . . Pet Peeve-
Small towns and slow type-
writers . . . Future-Secretarial
MYRA BEATTIE EIKER
"Penny" , . . a smile for every-
one and friend of all . , . F.T.A.
l: Rhoads 'Chapter 2, vice presi-
dent: member of Mount Carmel
Methodist Church: Methodist
Youth Fellowship: Iob's Daugh-
ters . . . Future-Data processing,
CHRISTINE EMILIA ESPELAND
"Chris" . . . tall, green-eyed
blonde: friendly and helpful:
part-time fleuriste: great FHS
bulletin-board artist . . . FTA
secretary: Student Council: Honor
Society: LAST WORD picture
editor: Social Studies Seminar
. . . Future+College
GERRY STEPHEN ETZLER
"Gerry" . . . Typist tor Year-
book: member Frederick Congre-
gation of lehovah's Witnesses
. . . Future-The Ministry
DONNA LEE EYLER
"Donna" . . . blue-eyed blonde:
always with a smile and full ot
fun: everything is "tremendous"
to her . . . Glee Club 2, 3: Pep
Club 2, 3: Iunior Executive Com-
mittee . . . Pet Peeve-English
. . . Future-Government work.
then ask Sonny
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SUSA NNE CHRISTINE EYLER
"Sue" . . . always ready for a
good joke: loves that new Tan
Dodge . . . member of First Bap-
tist Church: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha 2, 3
. . . Pet Peeve-Slow cars . . .
BETTY YVONNE FEAGA
"Bonnie" . . . cute girl with a
pleasant personality: one of
Woolworth's little helpers . . .
member of lunior Civitans: Good
Shepherd Lutheran Church . . .
Pet PeevefTypir1g . . . Future-
"Becky" . . . greatest girl in the
world: usually seen with one
of the halves or in a black and
white "SB" Ford with that spe-
cial someone , . . Rec. Council:
F.N.A.: Glee Club I, 2: C.B.Y.F.:
member of Church of Brethren
. . . Pet Peeve-"Rachel?"
Future-Ben Casey's helper
PATRICIA DIANN FISHER
"Pat" . . . a cute brown eyed
gal with a wonderful personality:
lull ol jokes and fun: always has
a smile for everyone: usually
seen with that certain guy . . .
Pet Peeve-Snobs . . . Future-
Secretary, then wedding bells
CALVIN RICLER FLAUTT
"Calvin" . . . from 5th Avenue:
the New Yorker: "Yeah, yeah1":
coolest ot the cool: has an artist's
touch: unique sense oi humor
. . . Pet Peeve-Fickle females
. . . Future-College
HAROLD ROMSBERG FOGLE
"Sonny" . . . A ci P Grocery
Store employee . . . Trinity Meth-
odist Church M. Y. F .... likes
hunting . . . Future - United
States Air Force or Business
CAROL IEAN FOLAND
"Carol" . . . a cute girl with a
swell personality: crazy over a
joke . . . Brookhill Methodist
Church . . . Pat PeeveiSticking
typewriter keys . , . Future-
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STEPHEN ALAN FORTUNE
"Steve" . , . Favorite saying -
"Why put oil until tomorrow
what you can do the day after
tomorrow?" . . . Student Stand-
ards Committee: Iunior Varsity
track . . . Future-College
CURTIS DEAN FOSTER
"Curt" , . . co-pilot ot Ty's '37
Buick: always has something
corny to say . . . HiAY: Rec.
Council: Manager Varsity Foot-
ball ancl Track . . . Future-?
REBECCA ELIZABETH FOUCHE
"Becky" . . . great gal with a
personality to match: always
talking: usually seen with a cer-
tain crowd . . . Future Home-
makers of America, parliamen-
tarian: Mt. Carmel Methodist
Church . . . Pet Peeve-English
literature . . . Future-Office
worker in the big city
DONALD RAY FOX
"Foxy" . . . great lover oi HQO
sports, hydroplanes, and cars:
red, a dominating color in his
lite . . . DeMolay: Hi'Y: M. Y. F.:
Thespians . . . Pet Peeve-So-
phisticated girls and homework
. . . Future-College and ??
IOHN DAVID FOX
"Dave" . . . seen with "Grubs"
. . . Favorite saying-"ls every-
thing all right?" . . . Thespians
. . . Pet Peeve-Greeks . . .
Future-Sporting goods store
PENNY RAE FOX
"Penny" . . . petite ebony-haired
gal: hails from Buckeystown:
partial to a certain campus:
roamer and sports car driver . . .
F, N. A.: Bank . . . Future-
ROBERT LANDIS FOX
"Bob" . . . a great personality:
always ready to have a good
tirne: usually seen with the
"Fish": pretty good shape until
hunting season opened . . .
Varsity Football: track manager:
Crewsome Foursome , . . Pet
Peeve-Certain girl . . . Future-
WAYNE FRANCIS FOX
"Wayne" . . . a good looking
guy with a smile for everyone:
likes to be on the go: drives a
'56 Chevy: can be found at
Village Lanes or punching keys
at the Acme . . . Ir. Civitans:
Bowling Leagues . . . Pet Peeve
-Blondes and homework . . .
Future-IBM School and then???
SUSAN PARSONS FRASER
"Susan" . . . sweet n' cute gal
from Middletown: always busy,
but never too busy for a friend:
has a contagious laugh . . . Honor
Society: Recreational Council:
Hockey: Basketball: Volleyball:
Softball: Student Council: Presby-
terian Church . . . Future-
College and then teaching
IOHN VICTOR FREDLUND, IR.
"Vic" . . . transfer from France
. . . Varsity Soccer: Varsity Golf:
Fort Detrick Rifle Club, Presi-
dent: DeMolay . , . Future -
CHARLOTTE SUZANNE FREE
"Suzie" . . . cute girl with a
great personality: always full of
fun and energy: "Oh! those
shoes": "Is it true that blondes
have more fun?" , . . Tri-Hi-Y:
FNA: Thespians: Student Coun-
cil: Pep -Club 2: Yearbook Rep-
resentative . . . Future-Florence
SUSAN LYNN GAITH
"Susan" . . . "Ohl rgatro' "
. . . MYF: Calv tho
Church Choir . . ut tor
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CHRISTOPHER T. GANLEY
"Chris" . . . cool, conservative.
sharp fella: "Let's go some-
where!": bombs around in a
mean "6": POD jester . . . Rec-
reational Council . . . Pet Peeve
-A dead town . . . Future-
IAMES ROSS GARMAN
"lim" . . . always wide awake
and ready to go home: Pontiac
blood in a '57 Ford: hates to stay
home on Friday nights . . . De-
Molay: Iunior Class Executive
Committee: Band 2, 3, Special
Band 3: Pep Club 4 . . , Pet
Peeve-Second gear . . . Future
RONALD LEWIS GARRETT
"Ron" . . . knows that every-
body can't be perfect . , . Band:
Evangelical Reformed Church:
Rhoads Chapter FTA . . . Future
IOI-IN CHRISTOPHER GEORGE
"Iohn" . . , "Hitch your wagon
to a star." . . . Thespians Troop
IZ77, president: Rhoads Chapter
FTA, president: County Council
FTA, treasurer: Science Club,
treasurer: Student Council Exec-
utive Committee: Senior Class
Executive Committee: Science
Seminar: National Honor Society:
Franklin and Marshall Alumni
Award . . . Future--College
RONALD CLARK GIBSON
"Ronnie" , . . a wonderful guy
with a zany personality . . . IV
and Varsity Baseball: Track . . .
DORSEY BROCKLEY GILBERT
"Bunk" . . . nice guy: always on
the move: usually seen on Elm
Street in the BAD "409": great
lover of all water sports . . .
Band: DeMolay: Evangelical
Lutheran Church . . . Future-
IAMES PHILLIP GILBERT
"lim" . . . always ready to accept
a helping hand: keeps an eye on
the girls of F.I-I.S.: found in the
most unexpected places: "You do
your Trig?": "Due to the simple
tact that . . . . . Hi-Y: Stu-
dent Council: Senior Executive
Committee: Bon-Fire Committee:
Varsity Football: Varsity Track:
Powder Putt Cheerleader . . .
Pet Peeve-Happy teachers . . .
IANICE MARIE GORDON
"Ianice" . . . a friend to all:
likes the boys and a good time:
wonderful sense ot humor . . .
Band 2, 3: Marvin Chapeland
Prospect Charge MYF: Pet Peeve
-Conceited teachers . . . Future
CRAIG CARLTON GOSSARD
"Craig" . . . Electronic Club . . .
LARRY MILFORD GOSSARD
"Larry" . . . "Penny for your
thoughts" . . . Future-To make
LLOYD KENNETH GRABILL, II
"Kenny" . . . likes all sports, and
food: can usually be seen walk-
ing somewhere with a certain
Senior . . , IV Football . . . Pet
Peeve-Homework . . . Future-
College and a promise to keep
IAMES FLOYD GREEN
"lim" . . . "Stay calm.": "Lite
is futile without purpose" . . .
Science Club: Humanities Semi-
nar: Inspirational Committee: Stu-
dent Standards Committee: Glee
Club: Honor Society: DeMolay
. . . Future-Medicine
MARK WILLIAM GRIMES
"Mark" . . . loves cars and girls:
a nice guy: always has a stick
of gum . . . IV and Varsity Foot-
ball: Band: I-li-Y . . . Futureg
Community College and ? ? ?
ROSLYN KAY GROSS
"Rossie" . . . a cute girl with
brown hair and eyes: never a
dull moment: known for her
crazy laugh . . . FHA: 4-H Club
. . . Pet Peeve-People who
don't like to have a good time
. . . Future-Beautician
IOYCE KAY GROVE
"toy" . . . cute blonde with a
nice personality: easy to get
along with: sincere: friendly:
dependable . . . Inspirational
Committee: High Flier: Frederick
City 4-H Club: Episcopal Church
. . . Future-Secretary
MARILYN LOUISE GROVE
"Marilyn" . . . a cute little bru-
nette with a pleasing smileg
"Why for?" . . . Member of the
Church oi the Nazarene . . ,
IOSEPH THOMAS GRUMBINE
"Ioe" . . . usually seen riding
his blue motor scooter . . . Fu-
ture-Training at Radio and Tele-
DAVID MORRIS GUGGENHEIM
"Dave" . . . a swell guy with a
nice personality: a friend to ally
devoted to science and math: en-
joys 'sportsg "Breaks my heart!"
. , . Science Club: Thespiansg
ETAg Inspirational Committeeg
Science Serninarg Student Ro-
tarian . . . Future-Colleqe
MARY CHRISTINE HAGAN
"Chris" . . . Frederick High's
answer to top personalityy loves
poetry and a good time: has a
sensational touch on the pianog
can never stop being nice . . .
Banolg State Band: Inspirational
Committee, co-chairman: FTA,
secretaryg Tri-I-Ii-Y Beta . . . Fu-
IUNE DOREEN HAGELIN
"Iune" . . . little blue-eyed blonde
with a big personality: full ol
fun: always ready for a good
joke: likes members of the op-
posite sex . . . St. Iohn's Cath-
olic Church . . . Pet Peevel
Housework . . . Future-A work-
ing girl in this big world
CLASS OF ,64
EDWARD CHARLES HALL, IR.
"Toad" . . . Varsity Football 2,
3, 45 Concert Bandp Hi-Y . . .
JAMES THOMAS HALL
"lim" . . . "I'm there" . . . IV
and Varsity Basketballg Footbally
IV and Varsity Trackg MYFg As-
bury Church: Red Cross Council
. . . Future-College
KENNETH E. HANSON, IR.
"Ken" , . . likes sports . . .
Varsity Footballg HiAY7 Templars
. . . Future-College
BERNARD EUGENE HARGETT
"Bernie" . . . drives a bad '55
Eordg "Too bad" . . . FFA . .
Pet Peeve-Chevys . . . Future-
CHARLOTTE YVONNE HARGETT
"Snookie" . . . a cute, sweet,
petite gal with big brown eyes:
ilirts with trouble and the oppo-
site sexg always happy and
laughing: usually found at Ken-
nedy's Studio or searching for
that someone . . . Future-
Modelinq and then '??
"Duran" . . . a cute blonde with
a sparkling personality: has a
tendency to like intelligent peo-
ple: usually gets her way with
the opposite sex: has a passion
for pizzas and shooting 22 rifles
. . . Senior Executive Committee
. . . Pet Peeve-Inconsiderate
people and takes . . . Future-
X-Ray and Laboratory technician
FAYE LILLIAN HARRIS
"Faye" . . . always ready for
a good joke: "You better believe
it!" . . . Thespians: Ushers . . .
Pet Peeve-Loud-mouth people
. . . Future-Physical Education
MARGARET E. HARRISON
"Margaret" . . , "Oh ratsl": a
real crazy person . . . FNA: All
Saints' Episcopal Church . . . Pet
Feeve-Inconsiderate people . . .
IOHN BENIAMIN HART, IR.
"lack" . . . personality plus:
usually surrounded by girls . . .
Honor Society, president: Hi-Y,
vice-president: County FTA, vice-
president: Rhoades FTA, treas-
urer: knior Class, treasurer:
Varsity Football . . . Future-
LINDA ROSE HART
"Linda" . . . always found in a
'59 white Ford with a special
someone . . . 4-H Club . . .
Future-Only lerry knows for
"Indy" ... L- gi with a
veheme pe o 't : c - up
for what she i:.-- J- oves
sports and band , . .-- ing
and Concert Ban 2, 3, I Rec-
reational Council 3, 4: FT resi-
dent: Student Standards: Basket-
ball: Hockey: Volleyball: Softball:
Honor Society: Social Studies
Seminar: Frederick City 4-H
Club: Senior Scout: Episcopal
Young Churchmen, president . . .
Future-College and Physical
RICHARD EUGENE HAWES
"Sonny" . . . easy going and
care tree: easy to get along with:
likes members of the opposite
sex . . . Recreational Council
. . . Future-Navy
HAROLD FRANKLIN HAWKINS
"Harold" . . . always has a smile
for everyone . . . "It's a Ford!!i"
. . . member of the Urbana
Methodist Church . . . Pet Peeve
-Homework and Fords . . .
Future-College and Engineering
NORMA IEAN HEATHERLY
"Ieanie" . . . an attractive little
southern gal with sparkling eyes
that talk: well known by the op-
posite sex: always smiling:
known for her long black hair:
usually seen with Audrey and
Penny . . . Pet Peeve-A date
that is late . . . Future-You'd
better ask Ieanie
IANE MARGARET I-IELLMANN
"lame" . . . a sweet girl with
deep-brown, devilsh eyes: quiet
until you get to know her . . .
Glee Club I, 2: Student Council
I, 2: Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Pep Club, 3:
Science Club, 3: Science Semi-
nar, 3, 4: Recreational Council,
3: Hockey, 3, 4: Basketball, 3, 4:
Tennis Club, 4: FHA: AFS: All
Saints' Episcopal Youth Group,
secretary . . . Future-Associate
of Arts in Secretarial Administra-
tion and then, Germany here she
"Ruthie" . . . "Be that waY":
sweet, charming girl who's us-
ually laughing . . . Iob's Daugh-
ters . , . Future-Uncertain
D. HUNT I-IENDRICKSON
"Hunt" . . . "lust a tad bit":
either eating iire or burning . . .
Band, wind ensemble: Sigma Nu
I-Ii-Y, chaplain: County Council,
chaplain: Cross-Country: Social
Studies Seminar . . . Future-
TREVA ESTELLE HENGST
"Treva" . . . look out world, here
she comes-"The pitter of little
ieet has passed down the hall"
chuckles at anything: impulsive,
lives with pen in hand: will this
big wide world ever stop for me
. . . Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Band: Clari-
net Choir: Wind Ensemble: Stu-
dent Standards: Moments of In-
spiration: FTA . . . Future-
IAMES MICHAEL HESS
"Mike" ...' strong, silent type,
if you don't know him: organizer,
efficiency expert: a real French-
man at heart: petite sizes, any-
one? . . . Student Council: Execu-
tive Committee: FTA: Thespians:
AFS Committee . . . Future-
DOROTHY REBECCA HICKS
"Dottie" . . . happy-go-lucky kid:
usually seen in a little Volks-
wagon with her special guy: "Ii
you could be so lucky" . . . Pet
Peeve-Waiting around for peo-
ple . . . Future-Wedding bells
BEATRICE E. I-IILDEBRAND
"Be" . . . cute brunette with
brown eyes: always ready for
a good laugh: usually seen
traveling in a '60 Corvair . . .
Pet Peeve-People who think
they're better than others . . .
Future-I'll handle the problem
DAVID EUGENE HILDEBRAND
"Dave" . . . a nice guy always
ready for a laugh: likes hunting:
a great art student: "If you could
be so lucky" . . . Pet Peeve-
Homework and conceited peole
. . . Future-Business world
MAXINE MARIE HILDEBRAND
"Maxine" . . . nice girl with a
sparkling personality: always
smiling, cheerful, and willing to
help: seen at the Bar-H . . .
RONALD E. HILDEBRAND
"Ronnie" . . . bashiul around
girls: likes antique cars and
swimming: drives a sick Ford
. . . FHS Concert and Marching
Bands: Buckeystown Methodist
Church: M. Y. F., treasurer . . .
NANCY LYNN HILKE
"Nancy" . . . "clothes-horse":
often mistaken for AMY: likes
little Red Ramblers and pen-pals
. . . Thespians, scribe: Tri-Hi-Y
Beta: FTA . , . Pet Peeve -
Insincerity . . . Future-College
and the Peace Corps
ROBERT THOMAS HILTNER
"Wabbit" . . . "Hey, Punt":
drives a hot and shot '59 Ply-
mouth: terrorist oi Clover Hill:
always talking to the opposite
sex: usually seen with Wag or
Gary: laughing boy oi FHS . . .
IV Baseball . . . Future-Maybe
EMILY MORRIS HINDERER
"Emily" . . . unique and comical
personality: known for having
a big "Hart": is known for her
great dramatization . . . Thes-
pians, vice-president: FTA . . .
EVELYN VIRGINIA HOES
"Stumpie" . . . nice girl with
an easy-going personality: lends
a helping hand when needed
. . . Pep Club . . . Pet Peeve-
Going to math . . . Future-
DARLENE FRANCES HOFFMAN
"Darlene" . . . short, tlirtatious
brunette: friend to all, especially
the opposite sex . . . Pet Peeve
-No letters . . . Future -
MARION THOMAS HOFFMAN
"Tommy" . . . can be seen at
the local AGP grinding coffee:
drives a bad '56 Chevy: usually
seen in Brunswick with that cer-
tain girl . . . Band: Doubs MYF:
Ballenger Boys 4-H . . . Future-
Can't say now
PEGGY MARIE HOFFMAN
"Peggy" . . . Ieesh: all those
"burgers": high hopes: what
would school be without ath-
letics?: honorary member of the
"knitter's gild" . . . Honor
Society: Executive Committee,
treasurer: Student Standards:
Band, librarian: Special Band:
Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Yearbook repre-
sentative . . . Future-College
ETHEL LEE HOFFMEISTER
"Ethel" . . . always looking for
time to do homework . . . Band:
Science Club: Humanities
Seminar: 4-H Club: Arabian Horse
Club . . . Pet Peeve-Long school
hours, short vacations, and smiles
galore when one returns . . .
Future-University of Maryland
EDWARD FRANCIS I-IOUFF
"Eddie" . . . in and out oi every-
thing: "Pin a rose:" the real
collegiate: has a true poet's
heart: head and shoulders above
the crowd . . . Student Council,
vice-president: Sigma Nu Hi-Y,
president: Band, drum major:
Honor Society: Sophomore and
Iunior Executive Committees:
Boys' State: member of Children's
Aid Society . . . Future-College
LYNNE FAITH HOWARD
"Lynne" . . . rare combination of
honesty, sincerity, and loyalty:
excels in everything: generosity
and intelligence matched by no
one: an extrovert well liked by
everyone . . . Senior Class, vice-
president: Rec. Council, twelfth-
grade manager: Basketball: Soft-
ball: Volleyball: Hockey: FTA,
secretary: Honor Society, vice-
president: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha: 4-H:
member of St. Luke's Lutheran
Church . . . Future-College
MARY FRANCIS l-IURST
"Mary" . , . 5'2", eyes oi blue:
known tor her flowing conversa-
tion: all roads closed to Bruns-
wick: usually seen in the bath-
room brushing her teeth , . .
Tri-Hi-Y Beta 2, 3, 4: Thespians
3, 4: Bank 2: All-County Chorus
3, 4: . . . Future-Iunior College,
business world, and then!
KATHLEEN ELIZABETH IDOINE
"Kathy" . . . make way for con-
fusion: if you can't beat 'em, join
'em: Every road leads to Fourth
Street-where else? . . . honorary
member of the "Knitters' Guild:"
Honor Society: Band: Executive
Committee: Tri-I-Ii-Y Alpha:
Basketball: Rec. Council . . .
GARY LEE IACKSON
"Gary" . . . individualist: resents
exclamation marks: makes fre-
quent trips to Araby . . . Varsity
Cross-Country 2: Indoor and
Spring Track 3: Sigma Nu Hi-Y:
County Council, vice-president:
Frederick Church of the Brethren
. . . Future-College and Navy
RITA ROMAINE IACKSON
"Rita" . . . an easy going girl,
nice when you get to know her:
likes everyone . . . Thespians:
Pep Club: Y.P.D., president . . .
Pet Peeve'Report cards . . .
PAUL BOWEN IENKINS
"Paul" . . . that far-away look:
co-pilot of a mean '57 Ford: quiet,
shy, reads a lot . . , Pet Peeve-
conformity . . . Future-Navy
MARTHA MURRAY IESSUP
"Marti" . . . always has a smile
for everyone: constantly on the
go . . . Tri-Hi-Y Beta, president:
National Honor Society: Student
Council: Cheerleaders: Thes-
pians: Student Standards: Glee
Club . . . Future--College
CLASS OF '64
PENELGPE SUSAN IEWELL
"Penny" . . . tall, blue-eyed
transfer from New York: always
ready with a smile for one more
friend: Favorite saying: "you're
kidding!" . . . Active member of
Thespians . . . Future-New
York's greatest tree lance writer,
of course: and then marriage and
SUE ANN IOHNSON
"Minnie" . . . a natural beauty:
has a sense oi humor all her
own: FHS's big mystery: has a
passion for horses, plantations,
and males-not necessarily in
that order: Favorite saying:
"we-'re not allowed to print it"
. . . FTA: Thespians: Tri-Hi-Y:
Student Council . . . Pet peeve
-flirts . . . Future-The farmer
takes a wife
RICHARD ALAN IONES
"Ionesy" . . . a sweet golf nut:
"Where did my ball go" . . .
Member of Red Cross Council:
Civil Defense Rescue Squad, Post
266: Explorers . . . Future-Navy,
maybe college, and then settle
down as a golf pro.
IOAN EDNA KEFAUVER
"Ioan" . . . a sweet girl: true
friend: quiet personality: always
there when you need her: takes
lite seriously . . . Rhoads FTA:
Pep Club: member of First Baptist
Church . . . Pet Peeve-Short
week ends . . . Future-College
ROBERT ALLAN KENNEDY
"Brick" . . . "cool rnan:" another
gamblin' man . . . Varsity Golf:
Basketball: ,Iunior Varsity Basket-
ball, Football, and Baseball . . .
Pet Peeve-Tell us a story, Mr.
Roach . . . Future4Ma1-ines
SAMMY KAYE KEYSER
"Sam" . . . quiet type, sometimesg
always on the move, especially
with Marilyn: loves Corvettes and
show cars . . . Pet Feeve-School
and work . . . Future-Air Force
STANLEY RALPH KEYSER
"Stan" . , . likes all sports: highly
competitive . . . Football, Base-
ball, Student Councilg Honor
Societyg Boys' State . . . Future-
Certified Public Accountant
HELEN GRACE KING
"Helen" . . . a cute gal with a
pleasant smile for everyone, a
true friend to all, has eyes for
a guy named lim: usually seen
palling around with Ieanne and
Dottie . . . Pet Peeve-Snobs . .
BARBARA ANN KLEIN
"Barb" . . . a red-headed lass
with infectious laugh: inquisitive,
distinct individual: always ready
to go, clothes horse . . . F.T.A.,
F.N.A.p Tri-Hi-Y Alpha . . .
IOSEPH MARTIN KLINE, IR,
"Marty" . . . Favorite Saying-
"I like to hunt them crows" . . .
Varsity Basketball '63, '64 . .
SAMUEL H, KLINE
"Sam" . . . Favorite Saying-
"What do ya say dirt?" . . .
Sigma Nu Chapter of Hi-Y, De-
Molayg I. V. Football . . . Future
DONALD LE ROY KLINGLER
"Donald" . . . a nice, quiet boy:
always seen driving a Falcon
Sprint . . . Favorite Saying-
"Sprints-They do run, run" . . .
Future-Community College and
KAY ARDELLE KNIGHT
"Kay" . . . if easily confused,
keep your distance: talks in
circles, wild sense of humor . . .
Favorite Saying-"Positive think-
ing is positively tor the "birds"
. . . Banky Executive 'Committee
l2y Iob's Daughters, Honor
Society . . . Future-College
F NKLIN KOEHL
. . Future-College
IERRY WAYNE KOOGLE
"lerry" . . . a swell guy: tall
and good looking: always ready
tor a good time . . . I. V. Base-
ballg I, V. Basketball . . . Pet
Peeve-Art and girls that are
stuck up . . . Future-Air Force
FLEET EUGENE KORRELL
"Feet" . . . Favorite Saying-
"Too bad" . . . F.F.A. . . , Pet
Peeve-Bad Chevy's Future-
BEN L. LaGARDE II
"Ben" . . . can be seen driving
that green and yellow pickupg
a real gun nut . . . Vice President
of Glee Clubg Honor Society:
Boys' Stateg Treasurer of Student
Standardsg Co-chairman of Inspira-
tional Committee . . . Pet Peeve
-Girls over 5'-8" . . . Future
LEROY L. LAMBERT
"Peanut" . . . small, quiet, but
lots of fun, easy to get along
withg likes all sports . . . Point
oi Rocks Baseball Club, Member
of Lutheran Church . . . Pet
PeevevFords . . . Future-Time
will tell, he won'tl
PHILIP ANTHONY LARKIN
"Phil" . . . nice guyy likes to go
to the Village: hangs around
with "Beak" West and the rest
of the guys . . . St. lohn's
Catholic Churchg Track 2 . . . Pet
Peeve-A certain lady south of
the library . . . Future-Uncle
Sam's Air Force
IERRY WALTER LEE
"Ierry" . . . nice guy with a
quiet personality: drives '63
Chevy: likes to look ahead to
the future . . . I-Iopehill Methodist
Church: Church School: Metho-
dist Youth Fellowship, Iunior
Choir: N.A.A.C.P .... Pet Peeve
-Disorganization . . . Future-
Bowie State College
CLASS OF 964
BERNARD CALVIN LENHART
"Bernard" . . . nice guyg interes-
ted in cars and sportsg likes toot-
ball, swimming, and farming . . .
F.F.A .... Future-Unknown
IOHN COOPER LEWIS
"Iohn" . . . great sense of humorg
likes a good jokeg known for his
strong political convictions . . .
DeMolayf First Baptist Church
. . . Future-College
WILLIAM HARVEY LEWIS
"Bill" . . . always going to
court about accidents he's- ing
gets in trouble in P.O.D ....
Titans . . . Pet Peeve-School
with a capital S .... Future-A
WAYNE DOUGLAS LOWE
"Tweety" . . . a cute quy: easy
to get along with: shy at tirnes,
but always wearing a smile . . .
Member ot St. Timothy's Episco-
pal Church . . , Pet Peeve-A
certain girl . . . Future-Navy,
then only time will tell
KAREN ANN LUNDWALL
"Karen" . . . an import from
Ohiog friend to all: one of the
bandroom gang: . . . Favorite
Saying-"Any letters today?"
. . . Bandy Special Bandp LAST
WORD staff: Science Seminary
National Honor Society . . . Fu-
NANCY MARIE MACKLEY
"Nancy" . . . good things come
in small packages: usually seen
around Grant Place: likes "out-
standing Chevys" especially her
'56: stays at Village Lanes on
week ends . . . Member of First
Baptist Church . . . Future-Beau-
tician or secretary
gt :M '
. ,lof Q
CHARLES WESLEY MAIN
"Pete" . . , cool trig student . . .
Varsity Baseball, manager: Elev-
enth Grade Executive Committee
. . . Pet Peeve-Vfolf! . . . Eu-
CAROL ANN MARMAN
"Carol" . . . neat kid: "Riiiight"
. . . FTA: Student Standards:
Social Studies Seminar . . . Eu-
IANET LAVENIA MARSH
"Ianet" . . . cute: big, brown
eyes and loads of fun: always
seen laughing with the crowd:
"I guarantee you." . . . Thes-
pians: Science Club: Inspirational
Club: Ushers: PNA, treasurer
. . . Future-Nurses training
KAREN LINDA MARTZ
"Karen" . . . sincere: shy but
friendly: likes typing and pop-
corn: poetic: Matthew B:l9-21
. . . Future-A lite that is pleas-
MARILYN CAROLE MASON
"Marilyn" . . . great sense of
humor: always good for an argu-
ment about anything . . . Na-
tional Honor Society: Student
Standards: Student Council: FTA:
FHA, secretary: Pep Club: Ush-
ers: Iob's Daughters, Honored
Queen . . . Future-Towson State
"Norman" . . . one of those
level-headed individualists you
seldom meet: friendly person-
ality: usually seen driving a big
Ford in winter, a "Satan" boat
in summer . . . Executive Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4: Student Council
4: Iunior class vice-president:
Honor Society: Thespians 3, 4
. . . Future-Oceanography
LILLIAN IEAN MASSER
"Ieanne" . . . brown hair and
eyes: likes music . . . Member
of the Church oi God: Church
Choir: Youth Temperance Coun-
cil: FHS Bands: Wind Ensemble:
State Band . . . Future-College
and music teacher
VICKI MARDELLE MASSER
"Vicki" . . . sweet gal with a
great personality: always ready
with a warm smile or a wriggled
nose: likes long jokes . . . Pet
Peeve-Snobs . . . Futurekcleri-
ALLEN RAY MASSIE
"Ray" . . . known as K3RZR . . .
Frederick Amateur Radio Club:
DeMolay: Grange: Civil Defense-
Communications . . . Pet Reeve
-Lectures . . . Future-College
BETTY IEAN MATHEWS
i'leannie" . . . cute, blue-eyed
blonde with a bubbling person-
ality: a friend to all: one of a
threesome . . . member of the
Grace United Church of Christ
. . . Pet Peeve-Smith-Corono
. . . Future-Ask Iimmy
BEVERLY ANN MAUPIN
"Peanut" . . . known for those
changeable eyes: has a smile
for everyone: one of four-Pat,
Fran, and Sandy: usually found
in a blue Chevy . . . All Saints'
Episcopal Church . . . Pet Peeve
-Homework and short week
ends . . . Future-Marriage and
DARLENE ANN MAY
"Darlene" . . . a cute petite
blonde with a wonderful person-
ality: pals around with Glenda,
Susie, and Peg: co-pilot of a "56"
green and white Chevy: crazy
about dragstrips: "Mutt" . , .
Head Majorette: member of St.
Barnabas' Chapel . . . Pet Peeve
-Ford buyers . . . Future!
KIRBY LEE MAYBUSH
"Kirby" . . . always ready to
cheer someone up with his jokes:
drives "55" Ford: likes farming
. , . Future Farmers ot America
. . . Pet Peeve-Homework . . .
DOREENE FRANCES McCUE
"Doreene" . . . always on the
go: twenty-track mind: vivacious:
special interest at Blue Ridge:
school fan on Saturday . . . Tri-
l-li-Y Beta: Thespians, F.N.A.: Pep
Club . . . Pet Peeve-People
who gossip . . . Future--Com-
CLASS OF '64
WAYNE EUGENE MCKENZIE
"Wayne" . . . a nice guy with
great sense of humor: gets along
well with other people: likes all
sports . . . Concert Band: March-
ing Band: First Baptist Church
. . . Future-College and govern-
NANCY LEE McKNlGl-IT
"Mikki" . . . a nice girl with a
great personality: "Did you see
that sharp looking guy that was
working at King's during Christ-
mas?" . . . Tri-Hi-Y Alpha: Ushers
2: Thespians . . . Pet Peeve-
Moody people . . . Future-Secre-
GLENDA ANN MEELY
"Glenda" . . . cute gal with long
brown hair: pals around with
Penny and Darlene: usually seen
with a "twin at night . . . Fu-
ture Nurses . . . Pet Peeve-
Ford lovers . . . Future-Beau-
tician and keeping that certain
IEAN LOUISE MESSER
"Ieanne" , . . vivacious girl with
a knack for corny jokes: zest for
work: accident prone . . . Student
Council, president: secretary of
Junior Class: Cheerleaders, l. V.
captain: Thespians, corresponding
secretary: Tri-l'li-Y: FNA . . .
SANDRA LEE METZ
"Smetz" . . . friendly, petite
senior: likes to bowl and run
around: a real nut: one of the
tour-Pat, Beverly, and Fran . . .
Softball Team: Luther League:
Braddock Lutheran Church, assis-
tant secretary . . . Pet Peeve-
Snobbish people . . . Future-
LOUISE BARBARA MILLBERRY
"Wessie" . . . nice girl: lots of
fun to be with . . . Pet Peeve-
Business law . . . Future-Nurs-
MERHL ADRAIN MILLBERRY
"Ditty Bites" . . . known for his
smart remarks and his ability to
act: crazy personality: always
walking a different ace to class
. . . Thespians . . . Pet Peeve
-Physical science and P.O.D.
. . . Future-Live a while then
become a barber
DONALD LEIGH MILLER
"Don" . . . light brown-haired:
blue-eyed boy: usually late for
class because oi that special girl
. . . Pet Peeve-lust can't seem
to 'stay in school . . . Future-
Settling down with that special
IO ELLEN MILLER
"Io" . . . cute blonde with a
sharp personality: always ready
for a good time . . . Majorettes
2: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha 3: member of
the Evangelical Lutheran Church
. . . Pet Peeve-Conceited people
. . . Future-Beautician or IBM
secretary and then . . .
SHARON KATHLEEN MILLER
"Sharon" . . . Elle parle 'tout le
temps en Francais . . . French
Club: Student Standards . , .
Future-College, then darkest
SIDNEY LEE MILLER
"Sid" . . . Huckleberry Finn II:
a bridge "professional:" the man
behind the scenes: does enough
living for everybody: has his
own definite ideas: 'someone you
can talk to: great sense of humor
. . . Class President, 2, 3: Senior
Executive Committee: Band,
president: Wind Ensemble: IV
and Varsity Football . . . Future
FAITH HILLARD MILLI-IOUSE
"Faith" . . . usually seen in a
little red bug: great sense of
humor: possessor of a contagious
laugh: always has something to
say: a bubble of activity: "Oh,
those parties" . . , FNA: FTA:
Thespians: Tri-Hi-Y Beta . .
"Beth" . . . guiet blonde: shy
'til you get to know her: always
lending a sympathetic ear . . .
Honor Society: Thespians: FTA
. . . Pet Peeve-Hot lunches . . .
WANDA LARUE MOORE
"Wy" ...- s weet girl, iull of
nonsense . . . Tri-Hi-Y Alpha,
vice-president: MYF: Asbury
lunior Choir: Pep Club: FHA
. . . Pet Peeve-Going steady
. . . Future-College and secre-
PATRICIA ANN MORGAN
"Pat" . . . a swell girl with a
terrific personality: always lend-
ing a helping hand to anyone
who needs one . . . Bethal Lu-
theran Church . . . Pet Peeve-
Homework . . . Future-Undecid-
TERRENCE LEE MORGAN
"Terry" . . . tall, dark, and hand-
some: an All-American guy with
a roving eye: a great pretender
who brightens up the dullest
day: attracts the opposite sex
and loves arguments: can be
found at Terrace Lanes . . .
Varsity Football: Varsity Basket-
ball . . , Futuref"Time will tell"
TERRY PAULETTE MOSS
"Terry" . . . always ready to
help a friend in need . . . FNA:
Glee Club 3, 4: member of
Parkway Church of God . . . Pet
Peeve-Conceited people . . .
DONNA MARIE MURRAY
"Murray" . . . an effervescent
brunette with devilish blue eyes:
known for short skirts and a
warm personality: flirts with all
the boys but keeps that certain
one to herself . . . Dramatics 3,
4: Mt. Zion Lutheran Church , . .
Pet Peeve-Tears . . . Future'
Secretary, then hoping for that
NELSON WALKER MYERS III
"Buster" . . . a great person to
know and be with: a smile for
everyone: drives a green and
white '55 Pontiac . . . Varsity
Baseball: New Market Baseball:
member of ljamsville Methodist
Church: Ijamsville Bowling Team
. . . Pet Peeve-Slow drivers
. . . FuturefOr1ly Violet knows
VIRGINIA LEE NEFF
"Ginni" . , . has the sensitive
touch in art work: always sure
of herself: takes a lively interest
in everyones problems . . .
FNA, secretary: French club:
Y. P. F. of the Presbyterian
Church . . . Pet Peeve-not
being satisfied with a painting
. . . Future-Art teacher
CLASS OF '64
CHARLES ALAN NICHOLS
"Al" . . . tall, blonde-haired guy:
crazy about football: unique per-
sonality . . . IV Football: IV
Track: Varsity Football . . . Pet
Peeve-Homework . . . Future-
University of Maryland
CHARLES MAURICE NICKENS
"Nickie" . . . always ready to
have fun: likes to be seen with
that special someone: pushes a
mean '49 Plymouth: is hard to
understand . . . FFA . . . Pet
PeeveADon luans . . . Futuree-
Uncle Sam's boy
SHARON ANN NIKIRK
"Sharon" . . . small girl with a
big smile . . . FNA: Pep Club:
Glee Club: Red Cross Council,
Chairman: Detrick Players: junior
Grayladies: Luther League . . .
THOMAS CLAUDE NIKIRK
"Torn" . . . unclerstudy for Shel-
ley Berman: a true artist: "Hello,
who am I speaking to, pIease?:"
the dramatic touch: suede, snap
tabs, and just plain cool: strictly
Volkswagen: lives in a blue
streak . . . Apprentice Thespians,
vice-president: Thespians: Stu-
dent Council , . . Future-College
PHYLISS CAROL NININGER
"Phyliss" . . . Pat's other half:
usually seen riding in or driving
a certain '57 Ford with Frosty:
loves to go to the stock car races
. . . LAST WORD Staff: Member
of First Methodist Youth Fellow-
ship . . . Future-Wedding bells
and secretarial work
ROBERT WARNER NUSBAUM
"Bob" . . . Favorite Saying-
"Say man" . . . Golf team: Band:
VFW Country Club . . . Future
-Navy or accountant
WILLIAM ALAN NUSZ
"Bill" . . . a great guy with G
swell personality and wonderful
sense of humor: usually seen in
a mud-covered Oldsmobile: has
a certain style with girls . . .
Favorite Saying-"You're out of
your mind" . . . Member of
CRESAP Rifle Club: YMCA . . .
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LINDA IANE O'BRYON
"Linda" . . . tall brunette known
for her sense of humor: seen a
lot with . . . : loves swimming,
skiing, and Christmas trees . . .
Science Seminar: Band 2: Mem-
ber of the Presbyterian Church
. . . Pet Reeve-People who do
things to go along with the
crowd . . , FuturewCollege
BEAUFORD SCOTT ODEN
"Scotty" . . . a friendly guy:
sharp dresser: likes those "out-
standing Chevy's:" usually seen
under the wheel or under the
hood . . . I-Iomeroom Yearbook
representative: Member of the
Evangelical United Brethren
Church . , . Future-College
BRUCE -DAVID O'I-IARA
"Dave" . . . a big fellow with
an even bigger sense of humor:
has everything under control:
gets a good laugh out of every-
thing . . . Favorite Saying-"Hey
buddy . . " . . . DeMolay: Stu-
dent Council l2: Band tMarcl'1ing
and Concertt IO-12: Calvary
Methodist Church . . . Pet Peeve
-Guys that bum weeds . . .
LISA WICKS OLSON
"Lise" . . . cynic of the senior
class: always holds open house:
accident prone, but . . . what
fun! , . . Executive Committee:
Thespians: Varsity Cheerleaders:
High Flier: Student Council:
Honor Society: Humanities Sem-
inar . - . FutureeCollege
"Emogene" . . . 5'2" gray-eyed
brunette who always has a smile
for that certain someone: likes
swimming, parties, and dancing:
good sense of humor: sincere
. . . Pet Peeve-Short week
ends . . . Majorettes: HIGH FLIER
typist: Library Club . . . Future
"Kathy" . . . petite brunette with
a looksa-like always with her:
sincere and understanding: good
sense of humor: pleasing smile
for exeryone: likes horseback
riding, swimming, and dancing
. . . Majorette: Student Standards:
HIGH FLIER typist: Library Club
. . . Pet Fe e-People with
-short memorieq, . .JFuture-
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DEBORAH ROSE PEARL
"Deb" . . . Frederick I:ligh's
answer to Picasso: "Have I got-
ten a letter from Media?" . . .
Rhoads FTA: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha:
Senior Class Executive Commit-
tee: Layout Editor for LAST
WORD: Y.P.F. of All Saints'
Church . . . Pet Peeve-Not
being what I want to be . . .
IUDITI-I LEE PEASE
"ludy" . . . quiet, vivacious, and
sweet: a true friend with
personality plus . . . Band: FTA:
Student Council, corresponding
secretary: Student Standards:
Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Member of the
Evangelical Reformed United
Church of Christ Youth Fellow-
ship . . . Pet Peeve-People
who don't tell the truth . . .
Future-Elementary school teach-
"Bonnie" . . . a controversial
conservative - Goldwater any-
one-?: great to be with in any
mood-especially at those slum-
ber partiesl: Hearts desire-Con-
tactsl . . . Student Council
Executive: Senior Executive Com-
mittee: Thespians: Tri-I-li-Y Beta:
Iob's Daughters . . . Future-
Life on a small South Pacific
island with an armfull of good
SANDRA ANN PERRY
"Sandy" . . . noted for that wide-
spread smile and a "bubbling"
personality: can be seen every
other night behind the counter
at Peoples . . . Future I-Iome-
makers of America, president:
Homeroom Yearbook Representa-
tive . . . Future-Business School
in Norfolk-And Sonny
TRUDY IRENE PI-IELPS
"Trudy" . . . particular, tall blue-
eyed blonde: hard to make
friends with, but a good one
once you know her: a home-
body, likes cooking, sewing, and
homernaking . . . Future-Urr
CLASS OF '64
"Lee" . . . Columbian casanovia:
shamely shy: Oh, that srnilel:
"You don't need a chaperone!:"
look out warm climates . . .
Roman Catholic Church: Student
Council, AFS . . . Future-
MARY LOUISE PHILLIPS
"Mary" . . . Favorite saying-
That's the way it goes . . . Girls'
Rec. Council: Basketball: Volley-
ball: Softball: Horseshoes: Thes-
pians: Iunior Civitan Club, FNA
and Red Cross Council . . . Pet
Peeve-POD . . . Future-College
and then teaching
LARRY FAUN PLEMMONS
"Larry-son" . . . cute southern
boy from North Carolina: a real
doll: "No, it is" . . . Pet Peeve
-Work . . . Future-Navy
"Gerry" . . . llo-w with
lot of charm and s it,
usually seen in 's ish W
or in Don's Spri
and all animals . . . utur
HENRY ELGIN PONT
"Pete" . . . great sense of humor:
just loves those Yankees . . .
Rec. Council . . . Pet Peeve-
"Know-it-ails" . . . Future-Wild
IUDITH MARIE POOLE
"Peanut" . . . noted for her cute
smile and witty sense of humor
. . . FNAJ Student Councily FHA,
vice president: Pep Club . . .
Future - Nursing school and
SANDRA LOUISE POOLE
"Sandy" . . . cute brown-eyed
brunettep quiet and shy until
you get to know her . . . Pet
Peeve-School and hillbilly music
. . . Future-Clerical work
DORIS IEAN PREVOST
"Doris" . . . sweet, cute gal
with a smile for ally always seen
in the blue bomb at Gibson's
with other half . . . Pet Peeve-
Snobbish people . . . Future-
BERNARD THOMAS PRICE
"Tommy" . . . a friendly guy:
always ready to help a friendy
likes Grand Prix cars . . . mem-
ber of C.Y.F ..,. Pet Peeve-
Homework and tests . . . Future
-Draftsman and maybe the Navy
KATHRYN MARIE PUTMAN
"Kathy" . . . good friend, good
student, succeeds in everything:
likes "sugar and spicef' "Good
grief Ginni!!" . . . Honor Society:
Student Standardsg Kefauver FTA:
FNAp Executive Committee oi
Science Club: French Cluby Good
Shepherd Lutheran Church and
Choir . . . Pet Peeve-People
who clon't like cats . . . Future
LARRY LEON PUTMAN
"Putty" . . . loves to use that
eraser: likes to drive a '64 Chevy
. . . LAST WORD Start . . . Pet
Peeve-Slow typewriters . . .
RONNIE EDWARD PUTMAN
"Putty" . . . drives a mean '63
Comet . . . FFA, secretary . . .
Pet Peeve-School and home-
work . . . Future-Farmer
F I E--II?
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ol ars . . Bandy lub:
Av ll 1- . . FuturefCollege
"Rabbit" , . . other halt of the
Bobbsey twins: "Hey Stef, your
ends are splitg" Pas de grade
chose: Corecto-truo! . . . High
Flier: Tri-Hi-Y Beta, Senior Exec-
utive Committee: Humanities
Seminar . . . Future-College
BONNIE CHRISTINE RAMSBURG
"Bonnie" . . . friendly person-
ality, pleasant smile: always
willing to help a triendp seen
with a certain guy in a Ford
Galaxie . . . Thespiansg Tri-Hi-Y
Alpha: Youth Temperance Coun-
cilg Edgewood Church of God
. . . Future-Guess???
IACOUALYN ANN REIDER
"Iackie" . . . Moody and stub-
born: always changing her mind:
Loves to read . . . LAST WORD
Staff: Library Club, secretary
. . . Pet Peeve-Homework . . .
Future - College - Then ask
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CAROLINE ORR REYNOLDS
"Caroline" . . . looks quiet-
looks are often deceiving: un-
predictable: weird sense of
humor: "Read any good books
lately?" . . . Ushers, Dramatics
2: Library Club 2, 3 . . . Pet
Peeve-l-lomework . . . Future-
IRVING LEROY RHODERICK
"Ike" . . . nice guy with a great
sense of humor: IV Baseball,
Basketball, and Football: Varsity
Baseball, Basketball, and Foot-
ball . . . Pet PeevewPeople who
think they are better than they
really are . . . Future-? ? ?
MAI-ILON EDWARD Rl-IODERICK
"Rhoddy" . . . nice guy with a
great personality: known for his
great sense of humor: Favorite
saying: Things are "tuff" all
around . . . member of the golf
team . . . Pet Peeve-Homework
. . . Future-? 7 ?
CLASS OF '64
IRA CALVIN RICE, IR.
"Calvin" . . . clean Cut and
handsome with a great sense
of humor: drives a mean '57
Ford: keeps an eye on the
opposite sex: a good friend to
have . . . Hi-Y: Glee Club, presi-
dent and accompanist: Member
of Methodist Church: Executive
Committee . . . Pet Peevef
Women drivers . . . Future-
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STEPHEN RICHARD RICE
"Steve" , . . nice guy, keeps
an eye on the female gender
. . . member of the First Baptist
Church . . . Future-Junior Col-
FREDERICK LOUIS RIDGWAY
"Fred" . . . has curly blonde
hair: always a smile: presently
occupied with a Certain someone
from Linganore: just loves home-
work from l3.O.D .... Pet Peeve
fl-toaches . . . Future-U. S.
Army Reserve-Then work in
father's liquor store
IAMES ROBERT RINEHART
"Doc" . . . a funny rnan with
a wonderful sense of humor . . .
Pet Peeve-Ruthe-rford's punch
lines , . . Future-Navy-lf they
will have me
CAROL ANNE RODERICK
"Cookie" . . . quiet personality:
big brown eyes which are some-
times deceiving: one oi the few
from Urbana: fond of a certain
blond-headed guy . Bush
Creek Church of the Brethren:
Dramatics ll, I2 . . . Future-
Martinsburg, West Virginia
NANCY LOUISE RODERICK
"Nancy" . . . a quiet, sweet
girl with long eyelashes . . .
Member of the Bush Creek
Church of the Brethren: Drama-
tics . . . Pet Peeve-Short week
ends . . . Future-Oiiice work
BONNIE LYNN ROHRBAUGH
"Bon" . . . likes squeaky power
steering: "Who can get the car?"
. . . Tri-Hi-Y Alpha: FNA: FTA:
Ushers: Pep Club . . . Pet Peeve
-Boys who lie . . . Future-
PAUL LEROY ROMSBURG
"P. W." . . . drives a light green
monster: a nice guy once you
get to know him . . . lunior
Civitans: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Var-
sity Football: 4-H . . . Pet Peeve
-Homework . . . Future-College
SHERRY LEE ROUTZAHN
"Sherry" . . . seen driving a
green Opel which is filled to
capacity: cute kid with an un-
beatable personality . . . Tri-Hi-Y
Beta: FNA. . , . Pet Peeve-Boys
who need haircuts . . . Future-
X-ray technician and then
PATRICIA LYNN ROYER
"Pat" . . . cute, vivacious gal:
always ready to lend a helping
hand: lives and dies for Friday
nights . . . FNA: FHA, treasurer
. . . Future-Frostburg State
RICHARD SAMUEL ROYER
"Rich" . . . a real nut: can be
found at the Safeway . . . Pet
Peeve-Nosy people . . . Future
DEAN ELLIS RUNKLE
"Stimie" . . . always being told
to get a haircut: loves those
overnight trips to the Ponderosa:
lives for weekends . . . Pet
Peeve-White socks . . . Future
-Let There Be Drums-Forever
LEONARD LEON RUTHERFORD
"Lenny" . . . respects the oppo-
site sex: friend of all . . . St.
Luke's Lutheran Church . . .
Future-Maryland State Police
MICHAEL EDWARD SCHADEN
"Mike" . . . nice guy: friendly
and sincere: drives a small, red
streak: usually seen with the
better halt . , . Student Council:
DeMolay: member ot the United
Presbyterian Church . . . Pet
Peeve-Tricky maneuvers . . .
EDWARD IOSEPH SCHANTZ
"Ed" . . . a nice guy . . . Track
. . . Future-College
RICHARD ALLEN SCHELL
"Rick" . . . usually seen operat-
ing a blue '54 Ford: gets along
well with people: has a smile
for everyone . . . FFA, president
. . . Pet Peeve-Mo Pars and
homework . . . Future-College
and then ? ? ?
IAMES WALTER SCHMIDT
"Iirnmy" . . . a swell guy to
know: usually found at the
Frederick Roller Rink on Friday
nights . . . Pet Reeve-Home
work . . . Future-Clerical work
CHRISTINE ELIZABETH SCHMITT
"Chris" . . . likes all kinds of
music: loves being alive . . .
Future I-Iomemakers, program
chairman: St. Iohn's Catholic
Church . . . Future-College and
then ? ? ?
MILDRED CATHERINE SEWARD
"Milly" . . . a petite, brownaeyed
girl: usually seen in a '58 blue-
and-white 'Chevy with the gang
. . . FHA . . . Pet Peeve-Short
weekends and broken fingers
. . . Future-Pete and ? ? ?
CLASS OF '64
RODNEY MILTON SEWELL
"Se" . . . "Maintain your cool-
ness" . . . Recreation Council:
IV Football: IV Basketball: IV
Track: Varsity Football: Varsity
Basketball: Varsity Track . . .
DONALD EUGENE SEYMOUR, IR.
"Don" . . . likes all kinds of
sports: usually seen around the
Fort Detrick gym: always telling
jokes . . . Pet Peeve-Bad Iokes
. . . Future-Clerical work
IANICE RENE SHAFF
"Ianice" . . . "Be seen without
my hairbow? Never!!!": short gal
with matching dimples and long
brown hair: blushes easily . . .
Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Member of St.
Luke's Church: Luther league:
Feagaville Girls' Softball team:
FNA . . . Future-Undecided
RICHARD EUGENE SHAFF
"Dick" . . . friendly personality:
always willing to lend a helping
hand: ready for anything: usually
seen with the better half . . .
DeMolay: High Flier. business
manager: Band, 2: Member oi
Grace United Church of Christ
Youth Fellowship: Order of the
Arrow . . . Pet Peeve-Tricky
maneuvers . . . Future-College
DANIEL ROBERT SHAFFER
"Danny" . . . "Forget it!" . . .
Track Team: Boy Scout Leader
, . . Future-Undecided
"Sherri" . . . a true friend to
everyone: always wears her hair
in a pony tail . . . Library Club:
Red Cross Council: member of
All Saints' Episcopal Church . . .
Pet Peeve-Boys and P.O.D ...,
DAVID LEE SHANKLE
"Hoggie" . . . nice guy: friendly
type . . . M.Y.F.- IV Football
. . . Future-Ar
" nnie" . . Drives a c '64
9' Ord Galaxie: . ally en with
nited Chur n I 's . , . e
Peeve-Eng - . . Future-
a rtain gal' - iest" . . .
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SUE ELLEN SHATTO
"Sue" . . . a cute blonde with
loads of cheerleading "go," loves
to laugh: always a smile for a
triend . . . FTA: Varsity Cheer-
leaders: Inspirational Club: Stu-
dent Council: left guard on
"Powder Putt Team" . . . Pet
Peeve-Pessimisrn . . . Future-
IULIA MARY SHAW
"Iulie" . , . Kindest and most
conscientious senior at FHS:
would do anything for anyone:
loves animals, books, and music
. . , 'Tri-Hi-Y Kappa, Rec. Council:
Varsity Hockey: Basketball, man-
ager . . . Future-College and
missionary service abroad
NANCY LEE SHECKLES
"Nancy" . . . cute blonde with
a great sense ot humor, matched
with pleasing personality: usually
seen in a '60 Olds . . . St. Tim-
othy's Episcopal Church and
Youth Fellowship . . . Pet Peeve
-Fords and people who think
they are something special . . .
SHARON LOUISE SHEFFIELD
"Sharon" . . . Blue eyes, brown
hair, and a spirited personality:
friend to all who need one:
always has car trouble: madly
in love with F. M. H.: "Guess
who hasn't done her homework?"
. . . FTA 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4:
Devotional Club 2: Honor Soc-
iety: Humanities Seminar: Fre-
derick Church ot the Brethren
. . . Pet Peeve-Wasted snow
and no work . . . Future-College
and who knows!
BARBARA ANN Sl-IELHORSE
"Smokie" . . . has an answer
to everything about that blue
car that just turned the corner
. . . FNA: Calvary Methodist
Church . . . Pet Peeve-Two-
faced people . . . Future-Un-
CONSTANCE ELAINE SHELTON
"Connie" . . . a sweet little gal
with a great personality and a
friendly smile . . . Glee Club
2, 3, 4: Calvary Methodist Church
. . . Future-Nursing
TREVA DIANE SIEDLING
"Cookie" . . . cute gal: has a
personality that seldom crumbles:
unmistakable laugh: loves spur-
ot-the-moment ideas: takes annual
trips to the ocean: "Oh, my
heart!" . . . Tri-Hi-Y Alpha, presi-
dent: FNA: FTA: Student Coun-
cil: Executive Committee: LAST
WORD. Copy editor . . . Future
-Hagerstown Business College
GLORIA IEAN SIER
",Ieanne" . . . Brown haired,
blue eyed girl: can usually be
seen driving a white '60 Impala
with a special guy . . . Pet
Peeve-Iust can't seem to get
P.O.D. homework done . . . Eu-
ture-Ask that special guy that
lives on Teen Barnes Road
DOROTHY MARIE SINK
"Dottie Mae" . . . cute, natural
blonde that hails from Doubs:
Favorite saying-Babylou: can
usually be seen palling around
with Linda . . . Pet Peeve-
Nosy people . . . Future-Clerk
typist and who knows!
BETTY IANE SMITH
"Betty" ..,' sweet girl with a
swell personality: a friend to
all: likes good jokes . . . Pet
Reeve-P.O.D .... Future-Ask
DANIEL LYNN SMITH
"Smitty" . . . allergic to hedges
in Mount Pleasant: likes Metal
Shop . . . Iunior Civitan Club
. . . Euturee-Undecided
"Io" . . . neat gal: a smile never
hurts anyone when Io's around
. . . Bank: member of All Saints'
Episcopal Church . . . Future-
Hear 'dem bells?
CLASS OF '64
LINDA IEAN SMITH
"Linda" . . . swingin' and sin-
cere gal with big dark eyes:
loves fun, life, and good friends:
easy to talk to: lives on Week
ends . . . National Honor Society:
Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Thespians: FTA:
Glee Club . . . Future-Campus
tramper and B. S. in nursing
MILLARD WAYNE SMITH
"Buck" . . . one of the Smith
brothers: usually found at the
bowling alley with the gang
. . . member of Sf. Barnabas'
Chapel and Youth Group . . .
Pet Peeve-Cars that are slow
. . . Future-Work and then the
army and then ? ? ?
PAMELA SUZANN SMITH
"Pam" , . . known for her quiet-
ness in typing and office practice:
always ready for a good joke:
usually seen with Mike in a
Ford or Chevy: Favorite saying
-What!!! . . . Pet Peeve-
Certain people at W.H.S ....
Pep Club 2, 3, treasurer: FHA.
Chaplin: Utica United Church of
Christ . . . Future-Marriage and
PATRICIA ANN SMITH
"Pat" . . . a cute little girl with
a nice personality: very shy
until you get to know her . , .
Glee Club 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4
. . . EuturefCollege
ROBERT EARL SMITH, IR.
"Bob" . . . "Meet me at the
hand room" , . . Band 2: Concert
Band 3, 4: Marching Band 3, 4:
Executive Board: Ir. Leader, Cub
and Boy Scouts: Explorer Post
261, treasurer: member of Grace
United Church of Christ . . .
Future-Navy Medical Corps-
Then who knows
RAY CARMEN SNOOTS
"Snootsie" . . . always saying
"Big Duke:" usually found at
lack Harris' Garage . . . Buckeys-
town M.Y.F., vice president . . .
Pet Peeve-Reading . . . Future
SHARON ANN SNYDER
"Sherry" . . . cute and sweet
gal from Martinsburg: always
ready for a good joke: a friend
to anyone who needs one:
usually seen with a certain
graduate from W. H. S.: Favorite
saying-Holy mud . . . Future
IUDITH ANN STACKHOU SE
"Iudy" . . . "When is Gil coming
home?:" always seen in Harley's,
Working hard . . . Saint Iohn's
C. Y. O .... Future-Marriage
and secretarial work
LARRY EDWARD STALEY
"Larry" . . . nice guy to have
around: sports a '55 Chevy:
gets a kick out of DaVe's crazy
remarks . . . IV Football . . .
Pet Peeve-Nose injuries . . .
MARY MARGARET STALEY
"Mary Margaret" . . . friendly
gal: always in a good mood:
usually seen with Ianice or Betty:
Favorite saying-"I'll be dipped"
. . . Grange: Grace United
Church oi Christ . . . Pet Peeve
-People who don't smile . . .
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MELINDA IEANNE STEPHENS
"Melinda" . . . stylish blue-eyed
blonde: has a smile for every-
one: is a sincere, understanding
friend: full of pep: loves all
sports: "Oh, those wild football
practices": has someone special
in Chicago . . . FTA: Cheerlead-
ers: Student Standards: Thes-
pians: Rec. Council: Marlin Swim
Club: Member of First Baptist
Church: Powder Puff Team . . .
Pet Peeve-Frederick . . . Future
-Phys. Ed. Teacher
CHARLES WILLIAM STEVENS
"George" . . . Likes Iudy, pizza,
Iudy, Chevys, and Iudy . . . FFA
. . . Pet Feeve-Fords . . . Future
DONALD LEE STEVENS
"Big Don" . . . found trying to
knock down the pins at Village
Lanes . . . Future-Undecided
WARREN ELDRIDGE STEVENS
"Wiener" . . , "I'm a ridin':"
always ready for a joke . . . Ir.
Civitans, Trinity Methodist Church
. . . Future-? ? ?
DONNA IRENE STINE
"Donna" . . . usually seen lost
in a book: sometimes lost under
a huge pile of books . . . Na-
tional Honor Society, Student
Standards, president: Science
Club, secretary: Science Seminar:
French Club: Inspirational Club:
FTA . . . Future-College-Then
RICHARD EUGENE STINE, IR.
"Dickie" . . . a nice person to
know . . . Flag Detail . . . Future
BERNARD ELLIS STITELY
"Bernie" . . . dark hair and
blue eyes: likes music and
sports . . . Band: IV Baseball:
Varsity Tracky Chapel Lutheran
Church: Luther League, president
. . . Future-Business College
ROBERT LEROY STITELY
"Bob" . . . good-looking boy
with dark hair and dark eyes:
grand personality: has a heart
of gold: usually seen with a cute
brunette from Araby . . . Future
-It all depends on Linda!
DAVID LINNWOOD STOCKMAN
"Linnie" . , . always has a joke
to tell . . . Grace United Church
ot Christ . . . Future-Won't
know until then!
DAVID SPENCER STOCKMAN
"Dave" . . . has one of the best
personalities in the school:
always out for fun: a wild
dancery can be found at SECA
or driving his cool black Ford
. . . Band . . . Future-Question
CLASS OF '64
KAREN MICI-IELE STOCKMAN
"Karen" . . . short blonde with
penetrating blue eyesg good
friend: warm smile: quiet until
you get to know her: usually
seen with Ioan and Debbie . . .
Grace United Church of Christg
F'I'Ag Pep Club . . . Future-
SARAH CANDACE STOCKMAN
"Candy" . . . "How Ya doing?g"
cute, petite brunette with a bub-
bling personalityg infectious
laughterg shy until you get to
know herg likes to do big things:
yearns for resort areas . , . LAST
WORD. typistp Grace United
Church of Christ . . , Pet Peeve
-No rnailt . . . Future-Secretary
DENNIS MICHAEL STOGSDILL
"Mike" . . . "Is there a dance
tonight? Lets go!:3' usually seen
with Dennie and Dewitty a real
nut when it comes to everything
Q . . Pet Reeve-Conceit and
hate . . . Future-Forestry or
DAVID FRED STOKES
"David" . . . can be found in
a bad '55 Mercury "Marauder"
. . FFA . . . Pet Peeve-"Chevys
. , Future-Mechanic
CINDA LOU STONER
"Cindy" . . . always willing to
help anyone: odd sense of
huinorg loves to oil paint . . .
Pet Peeve-Shoes . . . Future!
College and teaching
SHIRLEY ANN STONESIEER
"Shirley" . . . a Cute brunette
with a sweet personality: a
short one among tall ones: very
fond of a guy named Dave . . .
Member of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church . . . Pet Reeve
-Three-paqe business letters . . .
Future-Only Dave knows
RONALD LEE STOTTLEMYER
"Ronnie" . . . a great guy with
a swell personality and a special
something that attracts a certain
girl . . . Band: member of the
Church of the Nazarene . . .
WANDA LEE STOTTLEMYER
"Wanda" . . . cute: known for
her pretty eyes and a smile she
gives everyone: always seen
with Tinker . . , Pet Reeve-
Conceited people . . . Future-
MORRIS ALAN STRIDE
"Marty" . . . usually found work-
ing at Safeway or B and T Record
Company, or else he's trying to
get that '54 Ford running . . .
LARRY RUSSELL STRUBE
"Larry" , . . interested in every-
thinq: likes to play guitar and
organ . . . Pep Club! Science
Club . . . Pet Peeve-Pretenders
. . . Future-Cannot be foreseen
LINCOLN ALLEN STULL
"Lino" . , . tall, dark, and hand-
some: the quiet type: "Did you
have your fruit juice this morn-
ing?" . . . Future-Service and
LINDA ANN STULL
"L.A.S." . . . cool girl with a
personality to match: good
shoulder to cry on: sharp dresser
. . . Tri-HifY Alpha: Thespians:
Rec. Council Z, 3 . . . Pet Peeve
eUndependable people . . . Eu-
PATSY ELIZABETH STULL
"Pat" . . . cute, petite brunette:
has a bubbling personality:
usually seen with that certain
someone from Bank . . . Member
of the Calvary Methodist Church
. . . Future-Only Pat knows
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH STUP
"Charlotte" . . . has a very good
personality: friendly to everyone:
likes to sew and cook . . , Future
-Model or interior decorator
HELEN RITA SUMMERS
"Helen" . . . smiling gal with
a personality to match: has a
flair for fun: slings mean cash
in the Bank . . . Bank, president:
Mt. Carmel Methodist Church . . .
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"Dewitt" . . . the quiet type:
never speaks unless spoken to:
likes girls, basketball, girls, foot-
ball, and girls . . . Pet Peeve--
Physics , . . FutureACollege
IOSEPH CHARLES THOMAS, III
"Tommy" . . . cool, calm, and
collected: nice guy but watch out
for those big green eyes . . .
Glee Club 2, 3: IV Baseball:
Varsity Baseball 3, 4: Rec.
Council: Adamstown Youth Fel-
lowship . . . Pet Peeve-Women
drivers . . . Future-College Base-
PETER PITKIN THOMAS
"Pete" . . . usually found with
Marty and Link: wants that
driver's license back . . . Senior
Executive Committee: Track,
manager . . . Future-Engineer
ing at Duke
SUSAN MARIE THOMAS
"Susan" . , . comes directly from
the pages of Seventeen: has that
collegiate look: great personality
and a good sense of humor: a
big sister to all who can't get
along in life . . . National Honor
Society: Band, secretary, Student
Standards, secretary: FTA, county
secretary: Children's Aid Society
Board: Humanities Seminar: Tri-
Hi-Y Beta, historian . . , Future
RONALD LAVERN THOMPSON
"Barabbas" . . . likes nice girls
. . . Member of N.A.A.C.P: Quinn
A.M.E. Church . . . Future-
Armed forces or college
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"Iohn" . . . happiest student at
FHS at 3:30 . . . Pet Peeve-
School . . . Future - Military
service a d schooling
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STEPHEN EDWARD TI-IRASHER
"Set" . . . a swingin' trumpet
player: gets along with most
people, even TEACHERS: wheels
in either a '55 Ford or a '60 red
bug: a neat dresser . . . I-Ii-Y
ll, 12: Band 9, 10, ll, 12: Pep
Club, president: Iunior Executive
Committee: Social Studies Sem-
inar . . . FuturehCollege
DORIS LOUISE TOBERY
"Doris" . . . likes everyone,
especially ones who tell her
jokes: usually seen with Bonnie
. . . Favorite Saying-Oh! Oh!
Oh! . , . Pet Peeve-Conceited
people . . . Future-Work
BRENDA IOYCE TODD
"Brenda" . . . a red head that
is full of fire: full of good jokes:
pleasing personality . . . Thes-
pians . . . Pet Peeve-Liars . . .
"Bob" . . . drives a '63 Polara
500 Convertible: one track mind,
but a variety of tastes: does a
lot of skin diving, weight lifting,
and karate: has his own philos-
ophy of life . . . Science Club
. . . Future-College
ELIZABETH HUTTON TOWSON
"Beth" . . . neat dresser who
is always looking for a good
time and usually finds it: lives
for those week ends . . . Cheer-
leaders: FTA: Rec. Council:
Thespians: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha . . .
MARY ANN TRITTIPOE
"Ann" . . . usually seen with
other half-Anita: a smile for
everyone and friend to all: very
understanding . . . Iob's Daugh-
ters: United Brethren Church,
Youth Fellowship: Pep Club 2
. . . Pet Peeve-P. O. D. and
homework . . . Future-Beauty
Culture and then R. S.
IAMES IAY TROUT
"Fish" . . . eats, sleeps, and
drinks baseball: one of Henry
Groff's round-ballers: usually
seen with Blick and Foxy and??
. Pet Peeve-Stuck-up people
. . . Future-College, major lea-
PETER RIDGELY TWENTEY
"Pete" . . . a good friend when
you need one: always ready to
have fun . . . Cadet Marching
Band: Concert Band: FFA,
reporter: member of Frederick
Squadron Civil Air Patrol: C. B.
Radio Operator . . . Future-
LINDA ANN VANFOSSEN
"Linda" . . . cute girl always
ready for a good time: sharp
dresser: math whiz: one "track"
mind . , . Tri-Hi-Y Beta: rnern-
ber of Evangelical Lutheran
Church . . . Pet Pe-eve-People
who borrow money but never
return it . . . Future-Beautician
and wedding bells
EUGENE RAY WAHL
"Gene" . . . a swell guy with
a Cornish grin, forever after in
the supply room: always ready
for a laugh: Favorite sayingi
Oh, gee! . . . Pet Peeve-Not
enough girls in the bank . . .
Future-Heating and Plumbing
CATHERINE LYNNE WALSH
"Lynne" . . . cute, blue-eyed
brunette with a warm 'smile and
personality: special interest lies
in Braddock Heights: one of a
threesome: Favorite sayingi"I'll
say" . . . member of the Grace
United Church of Christ , . . Pet
Peeve-Monday mornings . . .
PATRICIA DIANE WARFIELD
"Pat" . . . tall blonde: cute and
sweet: always ready to share
a joke with anyone: loads of fun
to be with: easy-going person-
ality: "Iiminey Crickets" . . . Pep
Club 2: Bank 3: member of Cal-
vary Methodist 'Church . . . Pet
Peeve-Snobbish people . . . Fu-
ture-Secretary-Look out world
here comes Pat
CARY KENNETH WEBB
"Cary" . . . introvert with an
extroverted personality: likes all
sports: fond of a certain blue-
eyed blonde . , . member of
St. Luke's Lutheran Church: Band
2, 3: Library Club, vice-president
. . . Pet Peeve - Conceited
females . . Future-Air Force
MARTHA IANE WEBB
"Martha" . . . a sweet good-
natured gal with a friendly word
for everyone: Frederick High's
lone string bass player , , ,
Concert Band: Wind Ensemble
. . . Pet Peeve Narrow-minded
people . . . Future-Undecided
DONNA IEANNE WEDDLE
"Donna" . . . cute blonde with
sparkling green eyes: always
smiling: 'sincere in her efforts:
likes the unusual: lives for week
ends . . . "New York here I
come" . . . HIGH FLIER, page
one editor: Executive Committee
2: Student Council 2, 4: Tri-Hi-Y
Alpha . . , Pet Peeve-Room IU4
. . . Future-Medical Secretary
DORIS IRENE WELTY
"Little One" . , . cute blue-eyed
shortie with a tall shadow:
always has a ready smile:
usually seen piloting a little bug
. . . Cheerleaders: Tri-Hi-Y Beta
parliamentarian: PTA: Thesp'ans:
HIGH FLIER . . . Pet ve-
"Shortie" . . . Futur usiness
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IERRY WAYNE WEST
"Ierry" . . . nice guy with a
nice personality: loads of fun
-when he wants to be: usually
seen wherever his car takes him
. . . Pet Peeve-People who
drive a car like a crate of eggs
. . . Future-Undecided
WILLIAM ANTHONY WHITE
"Bill" . . . likes to drag race
with a Chevy . . . Favorite Say-
ing-"You know" . . . Future-
CLASS OF '64
MARY ANN WHITEHEAD
"Mary Ann" . . . nice girl:
wonderful friend: always ready
to lend a helping hand: packs
a great personality: enjoys sew-
ing . . . Pet Peeve-School--
PATRICIA ANN WILBOURNE
"Pat" . . . a cute blonde, blue-
eyed gal with a pleasing person-
ality: always smiling . . . "Do
you have to know?" . . . FHA:
Thespians: First Baptist Church
. . . Pet Peeve-People that
think they are it . . . Future-
BARBARA ELIZABETH WILES
"Bobby" . . . a sweet girl with
greenish eyes and light brown
hair: has a swell personality
. . . Member of Middletown
Lutheran Church . . . Pet Peeve
-Homework and math . . . Pu-
BARRIE LEO WILES
"Barrie" . . . tall blue-eyed
blonde from England: pilots a
'57 Starchief: likes all sports,
especially bowling, baseball, and
girl hunting . . . Favorite Saying
-"You want to bet?" . . . Mem-
ber of Evangelical Reformed
Church of the United Church of
'Christ . . . Future--Army Warrant
Officer flight training, and then
only time can tell
DIANE CAROL WILES
"Diane" . . . cute gal with eyes
of blue and brown hair: likes to
have fun: usually found in a
'63 Chevy with a certain fellow
. . . Pep Club 2, 3: Bank 3
. . . Pet Peeve-Little boys . . .
Future - Beautician or House-
CHARLES ALBERT WILLARD, IR.
"Charlie" . . . nice guy with a
swell personality: iriend to all
. . . Flying "A" Drag Team: St.
Luke's Lutheran Church: Har-
mony Concert Band . . . Pet
Peeve-English . . . Future-Ask
IAN MARIUS WILLARD
"Ian" . . . a cute guy with a
wonderful personality and a great
'sense of humor: unpredictable:
has a knack for putting people
on the spot: "Whats new?"
The-spians: FTA: Senior Executive
Committee . . . Pet Peeve-In-
considerate people . . . Future
ANITA LOUISE WINPIGLER
"Nealzie" . . . usually seen with
Ann: has a smile for everyone:
a friend to all . . . Pep Club,
2: Iob's Daughters: Trinity Metho-
dist Church: MYF . . . Pet Peeve
-POD . . . Future-Beauty Cul-
CAROL LOUISE WILT
"Carol" . . . a sweet blonde
with that "go" look: loves to
run around at late hours: hails
from Adamstown: is interested in
the opposite sex: usually seen
with a boy named Bill , ..
Dramatics, 3, 4 . . . Pet Peeve
-Homework . . . FuturefOnly
time will tell for Carol won'tI
IU DITH ANN WITMER
"Iudy" , . . cute, strawberry
blonde with blue eyes: has a
pleasing personality: kind to
everyone: usually seen with
Dorothy . . . Library Club . . .
Pet Peeve-'Homework . . . Fu-
ture-Orfice work, then to Model-
CLASS OF '64
ARLETTA ANN WOLFE
"Arie-tta" . . . cute gal with
bubbling personality: well liked
by all: usually seen in a '52 grey
Chevy . . . LAST WORD Staff:
Inspirational Committee: Honor
Society: Student Council , . .
Future-Wish I knew
HENRY LAURANCE WOLFE
"Baby Bear" . . . always ready
to give a few jokes: likes to
clown around: a real nut . . .
Pet Peeve-Art . . . Future-
RICHARD HARRIS WOLFE
"Richard" . . . "Not Not really"
. . . Golf 'Team . . . Future-
"Ginny" . . . "Why let it worry
Ya!" . , . Member of Urbana
Methodist Church: MYF, vice-
president . . . Future-Secretary
"Ray" . . . wonderful personality:
always ready for a joke . . .
Flying "A" Drag Team . . . Fu!
ture-One oi Uncle Sam's boys
DON PHILLIP YELTON
"Don" . . . friend to all: always
around when needed to help
. . . Pet Peeve-Finks and natural
sevens . . . Hi-Y: Honor Society:
Student Council: Science Club:
Inspirational Committee: Science
Seminar: Humanities Seminar . . .
ANNA MAE YOUNG
"Amy" . , . everybody's friend:
always mistaken for Nancy: loves
to walk late at night: real live
operator . . . Pet Peeve-Sleep
ing . . . Treasurer of National
Honor Society: HIGH FLIER:
Copy and exchange editor: Exe-
cutive Committee: F.T.A., vice
president: Iob's Daughters: West-
minster Fellowship, president . . .
Future-College and the Peace
ANNA MARIE YOUNG
"Slim" . . . tall, slender and
full of fun . . . Favorite Sayinq
-Gonna keep what l've qot 'til
I get what I want . . . Pet Peeve
-Playboys . . . Pleasantview
Methodist Youth Fellowship . . .
F.H.S. was host to two Ameri-
can Field Service students this
year, Leopoldo Pizarro from Co-
lombia, South America, and
Pamela Clements from Sydney,
Australia. Both brouqht with
them from home dozens of slides
which they showed to various
classes and organizations.
Naturally, Pam had no trouble
with the lanquaqe, and Lee pick-
ed up Enqlish quickly. In Feb-
ruary they presented a delightful
and informative A.F.S. assembly.
Lee enjoyed staying with Mrs.
Zimmerman, a member of our
faculty, and Pam lived with the
Messers, who made her feel
welcome at their home.
CLASS OF '64
DONNA IEANNE YOUNG
"Donna" . . . cute little blonde
with a friendly personality: has
a smile for everyone: usually
seen with that special someone
. . . Sophomore Class secretary:
Sophomore Class Executive Com-
mittee: Student Council: Varsity
Cheerleaders: F.T.A.: Thespians
. . , Pet Peeve-Show-offs . , .
ROSE MARIE YOUNG
"Rose" . . . always seen with
that special someone: usually
travels in that "mean" '49 Ply+
mouth: always full of lauqhs and
ready to have fun . . . Pet Peeve
-School . . . Favorite Saying-
"Talk me to death" . . . Future
TERESA ANN ZEIGLER
"Terry" , , . hails from Frederick:
has a smile for everyone . . .
Favorite Sayinq-"Good night"
. . . Pet Peeve-School . . .
Future-Practical nurse, kinder-
qarten or nursery school teacher
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Harold Eugene Long
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Harold Richard Shankle
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Richard T. Rollins
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lames L. Smith
ludith K. Smith
Robert F. Smith
Virginia I. Smith
Sharon Lee- Spahr
Earl P. Starr
I. Marc Stonebraker
Cynthia Gay Stup
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Bonnie May Tucker
Mary Ann Tucker
Iohn Wm. Turner
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Ronald L. Young
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Parents of initiates and the faculty were guests of the
Society at a tea following the initiation ceremony.
Cites scholastic success.
Stanley Keyser, chairman of the Honor Roll Com
mittee. discusses the honor roll with Susan Fraser
This is a picture of the entire group taken immediately after the fall initiation.
Sandra Derr escorts Arletta Wolfe to be initiated at the fall assembly.
The Francis Scott Key Chapter of the
National Honor Society was founded in l946
to honor those students who have demon-
strated outstanding scholarship, leadership,
service, and character. Membership in this
organization is considered the highest honor
any student may attain.
This year the Honor Society, under the
guidance of Mrs. Octavia Zimmerman, spon-
sored two initiation ceremonies followed by
teas, in addition to a Christmas tea for past
members. The Society published the Honor
Roll and sponsored three Honor Roll days
in honor of all students who maintained "B"
averages. The tutoring service was the most
successful ever run by the Society.
The officers of the Honor Society were, left to right, lack Hart,
president: Lynne Howard, vice president: Mrs. Octavia Zimmerman.
advisor: Anna Mae Younq. treasurer: Sue Carol Adams, secretary.
Pictured at the right is a meeting oi the Council. Eddie Houfi
was presiding and Mr. Ferguson, advisor. was talking to the
The officers, left to right, front row, were Kathy Idoine,
recording secretary, Ieanne Messer, president, and Richard
Brown, treasurer. Second row, Stan Keyser, parliamentariang
Iohn Cordyack, chaplain, and Eddie Houff, Vice-president.
The Student Council is Frederick High's
student governing body. Representatives
from each homeroom meet to discuss im-
provements in the school, to encourage good
school citizenship, and to maintain high
standards among the students.
The Student Council organized various
student activities throughout the '63-'64
school year. A highlight of the tall season
was the Homecoming Dance, held at Thanks-
giving, to honor the football team.
During School Spirit Week, the Council
Worked to develop pride in our
Special days were designated for
types of clothing to be worn by the student
body, including a dress-up day and a schoolf
colors day. A pep rally was held on Friday
as the grand finale.
A student exchange program for next
year has been planned with another state
in which Iuniors and Seniors from Frederick
High School will attend the exchange school
for a Week and students from the exchange
school will attend Frederick High School.
Ieanne Messer. Chris Trey. and Sandy Burdette as they
prepared to leave for the State Convention in Bel Air.
Mike Hess. Barbara Bender. and Connie Zimmerman. pre-
pared a bulletin board for School Spirit Week.
IN SPIRATION AL COM ITTEE
Pictured ahove are the co-chairmen, lei! to right. standing:
Ben l..aGarde, Chris Hagan, Sandra Derr, and lohn George.
Seated is Miss Mary Rhoads, advisor.
The Inspirational Committee tunctions as an
important group attiliated with our Student
Council. lts purpose is to present a program
which stimulates the student each morning and
encourages responsibility in the school, the
community, and the country. Leading this or-
ganization were tour co-chairmen: lohn George,
Sandra Derr, Ben LaCfarde, Christine Hagan,
and Steve Carter, chief technician.
The group ot more than thirty members has
presented a Wide field of programing including
guest speakers, varied musical selections, and
special programs by school organizations.
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Student Standards strives to broaden leadership
qualities among the students of FHS and to develop
student responsibility in maintaining high standards.
To meet these goals, this year the club decided to
focus attention on cheating and increasing school
spirit. The members also discussed activities in
which students might participate during lunchtime.
By achieving these goals, the club made FHS a
better place for all. The officers were Donna Stine,
president, Mac Douglas, vice-president, Susan
Thomas, secretary, and Ben LaGarde, treasurer.
The faculty committee, seated left to right were Mr. Wilson
Mr. Holloman, Mrs. Poole, Mrs. Roelke, and Miss Willard
Standing were Susan Thomas, Mac Douglas, Ben LaGarde
and Donna Stine.
Members ot the Clarinet Choir were, left to riqht: Amanda Cannon,
Mel Folk Brenda E ler Cindy Gary A1 Young Lerry Fogle leffy
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Fogle, Treva Henqst, Scott Maclcley, Ronnie Fischer, Steve Hood.
P. H. S. BA
The Executive Board members were left to right, seated Iudy Pease,
Susan Thomas, Sid Miller, Mac Douglas, and Chris Hagan. Standinq.
Dick Clapp, Bill Amick, Robert Smith, Peggy Hotiman, Dorsey Gilbert,
Treva Hengst, lay Delphy, Kay Knight, Doris Dorrell, Donna Hargett,
lean Masser, Mandy Cannon, and Brenda Eyler.
All-State Band members were, left to right, Eddie
Hall, lean Masser, Scott Mackley, and Chris
"AND THE BAND PLAYED ON "
The F.H.S. Cadet Marching Band, led by Drum
Major Ed Houff, was the backbone of spirit for
the student body. The band supplied the half-
time activities at all home football games. The
highlight of this year's football season was the
band's performance at the South High game at
Hagerstown. The band participated in various local
and neighboring events, including the Hagerstown
Mummers' Parade. ln the spring the Cadets dili-
gently practiced for the Apple Blossom Festival.
The band is administered by an executive
board, elected by the members. Officers included
Sid Miller, president, Mac Douglas, vice-president,
Christine Hagan and Susan Thomas, secretaries,
Fred Broadrup, treasurer, PGQQIY Hoffman, Brenda
Eyler, Donna Hargett, Mandy Cannon, librarians,
Bob Smith, band manager, Allen Creager and Bill
Amick, representatives from the Black and Gold
With the help of the Band Boosters Club, the
band sponsored the Second Annual Pancake Day,
which was successful in raising 362,000 to complete
the payment for the new uniforms.
The Concert Band, selected by try-outs from
the marching band and Black and Gold Band,
performed at the District Adjudication on March 21
and the State Adjudication on April 24. The An-
nual Spring Concert was given jointly with the
Glee Club in April. A wind ensemble and clarinet
choir, the only high school choir in Maryland,
have been formed. ln addition, the concert band
has been appointed District Band for the Maryland
Band Directors' Association.
"Une, two, three, four" is the most common
sound running in an P. H. S.'s majorette's mind.
This group has represented the school as a part
of the F. H. S. Marching Band in parades, at
football and basketball games, and in any other
function in which the Marching Band participated.
ln the l963-64 school year they strutted through
the Hagerstown Mummers Parade, Frederick
Left to right: Emogene Owens, Carolyn Shultz, Peggy O'Hara,
Darlene May, Connie DeGrange, Vicki Scott, and Kathleen
Halloween Parade, Cherry Blossom Parade in
Washington, D. C., and the Apple Blossom Parade
in Winchester, Virginia.
Talent was also displayed by the majorettes
during half time at the football games, where
twirling fire batons was their specialty. Darlene
May was the head majorette with Vicki Scott as
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Your ol Frostlzlvfg Stale Teachers College reheurse
lines. They will be at Freclerlclc High School on December 4 to give
procluchon of Arthur Millefs play, "All My Sons"
flrtlxttx Mlllens plug, "All Mx
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are presently about thirty
on the council, headed
President Robert W. Russell,
and Vice-lfrcsiflent l-'lorence
but any intera-fteli lfreslericlz
resident can llcctmea mean-
The Council, in its third year
operation, is reaponsilnle for the
t shows, art films, and the halls-t,
l of which have appeared in lfrcfl-
Projects are started by thelfrecl-
ick County Arts Council and then
ned over to other organizations
r further development and pres-
ratinn. Two of these organizations
e the Historical Society, which
escntcu the National Ballet last
Friday, Decetnbor l3, is the
hecluled dare for the annual llrefl-
lck High School Holly Hop. This
nce, is an annual event sponsored
the Senior Class flxecutivefjorn-
lt is one of the committees
to raise money which will
Stale Will Present
To FHS Sfuclenl Body
was sem to prison lvnr kc-ller ra-
'nalncvl lrcc, cxptxnllinf his tnrtv
thriviny business. lnrry Keller,
:in airplunc pilot reprtrtcll lll1S5elll.'
linrim the war, .nil Ulmer, the
trztprlsnnuli partner, llwsinute the
action ot the play. lntertwineli arc-
thc lnvc nlfulr of Cllirin Keller :mtl
Ann llctivcr, and the hitter lffclinvn
tation tn enrich the Culture antl
brnenlen the scope of our enter-
Local Band Will
Cm November 28, the annual
Homecnnitngf 'Dance will be held in
the lrcticfrick lliyh School gym-
nasium from 3:30 to 11:30. "lla-
mion and the Classic l-ive," awell-
ltnown band in Frederick will pre.
ville the music for the Dance. This
dance, which will he held to honor
the iontlmll beam, will be open to
all lfreclerick High School students
and their guests.
The cost ol the tickets will be
52.00 per couple and 51.75 stay.
Tickets- arc on sale at the school
Alumni of Frederick High School
and outside gmeste are welcome to
attend the :lance as guests ol FHS
students. Their names must be rec-
isteretl at the bank when the tickets
The gymnasium will be decorated
to resemble A football field.
Frederick High School
Maryland November 22,
in their otvn performance nl liaclfs
bt.. Matthew Passion: 35 well as
munity Concert, perform nl
FHS Nov. 23.
Md. Stale Employment Agency
Will Give Test December ll
To Frederick High Studenls
Tuesday, lteccrnber ll, all in-
terested seniors who will lic seek-
ing efuployncntifrzsnediatslg fnllfl f,l, N
inc' graduation, will participate in
thc Maryland l-.nploymeiit Service
lgxazrtination. This test will give
stullcnts an idea nl Lhei licltls in
which their greatest abilities lie,
thus enabling thexn to he able tm ob-
tain the most profitable job possi-
ble: after gralluatlon.
A questionnaire will be required
of each student vrlsliing to partici-
pate before the date of testing. lr
will consist of the following ques-
tions: where the student would like
to work, if he needs help in finding
a Job, and where his interests lie.
The examination will be admin-
tcrity Lest, nslng peg and rivet
lvoarlls, and a written exazninativn.
After the tests have been given
and analyzed, two men from thec
employment office willcolne back
to the school and review with the
stutlcnts the results of their tests
and advise them concerning the
ixeltl for which they are best suited.
The results of the tests will be
kept on File in the employment
office so that persons who have
formerly taken the tests may refer
l8 FHS Students
Left to right are: Anna Mae Young, copy editor, Miss The Business Staff, left to right are Kathleen Owens
Romano, advisor, and Linda Rabstein, editor in chief, Emogene Owens, and Richard Shaft
The High Flier Staff, advised by Miss
Mary Gay Romano, reports school and com-
munity activities to the student body through
its monthly newspaper. A special feature of
the High Flier is the senior issue, a supple-
ment to the annual LAST WORD. which
contains a picture listing of club officers for
the following year.
High Flier Staff members attended both
the Columbia Scholastic Press Association
Convention at Columbia University and the
Maryland Scholastic Press Association Con-
vention of American University.
The entire staff is pictured at the left.
On the opposite page at the top are
Donna Weddle, page l editor, and Donna
Baumgardner, page 3 editor.
ln the center picture are Stephanie
Cherry, page 2 editor: Cheryl Wachter,
cartoonisty and Nils Olson, photographer.
At the bottom of the page are Greg Cox,
page 4 editor, and Ronnie Whitmore, reporter.
F. H. S. GLEE CL B
Harriet Ambrosen, member of All Stare Chorus, practices for a
concert, accompanied by Mr. Corun.
The officers are, from leii, front row: Margie Murphy: Harriet Am-
hroseny Susanne Alexanderg and 'Caihy Shook. Back row: Iohn
Goodman: Richard Bestp Ben LaGardeg and Calvin Rice,
HOUR SOUND OF MUSIC"
The Frederick High School Glee Club, under
the direction oi Mr. Heisley Corun, plays an im-
portant role in teaching tundamentals ot music and
in providing entertainment at school functions. This
year many outstanding vocalists were selected tor
participation in the All-County Chorus. ln addition,
Harriet Ambrosen represented F. H. S. in the All-
State Chorus in Baltimore.
Students of F. H. S. were privileged to hear a
tine Christmas program ot selected carols. This
year's Spring Concert, "Recent Broadway Hits" was
a big success.
The officers oi the Glee Club were Calvin Bice,
president, Ben LaCfarde, viceepresidentg Harriet
Ambrosen, recording secretary, Richard Best, cor-
responding secretaryy Cathy Shook, treasurer,
Marjorie Murphy, Kevin Loucks, and Susanne
Alexander, librarians. Calvin Bice was also the
accompanist tor the group.
Left io righi. front row, Harriet Ambrosen,
Iudy Harimarm, Lorraine lessee, and Mr. Hinkle.
Back row, Sharon Sheffield, Beth Molesworth,
Anna Mae Young, Lynne Howard, and Donna
Represeniaiives of both clubs met to plan for a lomi meeung
MARCELE E KEFAU ER
All capable students who are interested in the
teaching profession are invited into FTA tc
become acquainted with the requirements and re-
wards of a teaching career and to develop appre-
ciation and respect for teachers. Frederick High
has two Chapters of FTA, the Kefauver Chapter and
the Rhoads Chapter.
Officers of the Kefauver Chapter were ludy
Hartmann, president, Harriet Ambrosen, vice-presi-
dent, Lynne Howard, corresponding secretary,
Donna Baumgardner, recording secretary, Mike
Hess, treasurerg Beth Molesworth, assistant treas-
urer, Sharon Sheffield, historian.
Rhoads Chapter officers were lohn George, presi-
dent, Sandra Derr, vice-president, Susan Roelke,
second vice-president, Myra Shaft, third vice-
presidentg Chris Hagan, corresponding secretary:
Christine Espeland, recording secretary, lack Hart,
Left to right, front row. Chris Hagan, Sandra Derr, lohn George,
Chris Espeland, and lack Hart. Back row, Donna Lee Hargett,
Miss Rhoads, Mandy Cannon, Susan Thomas, Susan Roelke,
Myra Shaft, lenny lacques, and Susan Long.
MARY RHOADS CLUB
treasurer, Treva Siedling, historian. This year
Pamela Clements, our exchange student from
Australia, was made an honorary member.
This year's schedule has been a busy one for
both chapters. The Kefauver Chapter sponsored a
tea for the faculty with the aid of Fthoads Chapter.
During Christmas the members collected juice for
Montevue. The advisor for the Kefauver Chapter is
The Rhoads Chapter collected food for Monte-
vue and made a donation to the old Folks' Home at
Christmas. The custom of "an apple for the teacher"
was followed during National Education Week. The
chapter is guided by Miss Rhoads.
The two chapters together attended the spring
and fall conventions of the MAFTA. In February
both groups heard Dean Murphy and other repre-
sentatives of Towson State College lead a discus-
sion considering opportunities in the teaching
The officers and advisor pictured above are, left to right, front row:
Vicki Scott, Marti Jessup, Ginni Neff. Back row: lanet Marsh, Miss
Perry Darner, and Terry Moss.
The purpose ot the Future Nurses ot America is to
interest students in personal and community health and
to encourage them to pursue the highly rewarding
career of nursing. Members ot Frederick l-ligh's F. N. A.
Executive Committee Were: Marti lessup, president:
Vicki Scott and Terry Moss, vice-presidents, Ginni
Neff, secretary, and lanet Marsh, treasurer. Miss Perry
Darner was the advisor.
This year the F. N. A. Club visited the Washington
Hospital Center and assisted the county nurses in ad-
ministering vision, audio-metric, and tuberculin tests.
Left to right: Pam Smith, Christine Schmidt, Rebecca Pouche.
Sandra Perry, Mrs. Achenbach, Iudy Peole, Marilyn Mason, Pat
Royer, and 'Charlotte Stup,
Providing clothes, food, and a helping hand are
important jobs tor any mother in this day and age.
Each girl realizes that she must learn these skills to
build a healthy, happy home for her family, The
Future l-lornemakers oi America at Frederick High
hope to teach many girls the importance ot becoming
This year's initiation was the largest in the history
oi the club at FHS. The year's highlights included
field trips to the McCormack Tea Company, the
Stieii Silver Company, and the Hagerstown School
The oiticers were Sandra Perry, presidentg Iudy
Poole, vice-presidentg Marilyn Mason, secretary: Pat
Boyer, treasurer, Pam Smith, chaplain: Christine
Schmidt, program chairman: Charlotte Stup, news
writer. Mrs. Linda Achenbach was the faculty
KWH TS COOKINV'
F. F. A. orfcers, left to right. David Hawker, vice-
presidentg Pete Twentey, reporter: Richard Schell,
president, Mr. Miller, advisor, Ronald Putman,
secretary, Gordon Culler, treasurery lack Harper,
The F. H. S. Chapter ot Future Farmers of America
is a Worthy group, striving to promote leadership among
vocational agricultural students.
The titty-three members ot this group have accomplished
such things as judging contests on local, state, and national
levels, tractor driving contests, and public speaking contests.
They are also interested in dairies, livestock, poultry, and
land. The members enjoyed a trip to the State F. F. A.
Convention in College Park.
Sandy Burdette was chosen as the Chapter sweetheart.
Members of the Executive Committee were left to right. first
row: lohn George, Dewey Dykstra, lame-s Green, and George
Snyder. Second row: Donna Stine, Don VVenschhcf, and
The Science Club was organized to enable
capable and interested students to explore the
various fields of science and to gain vocational in-
formation. The many speakers throughout the year
furthered these purposes.
The year's activities included a lecture and a tour
of the Frederick Planetarium and Space Laboratory,
a trip to the National Science Fair in Baltimore, and
the supervision of the Frederick l-liqh School Science
The officers were: lim Green, presidentg Dewey
Dykstra, vice-presidenty Donna Stine, secretary, and
lohn George, treasurer.
Members of the Club are shown planning for the annual
"lt shall be the purpose ot this club to
promote good school spirit at school tunc-
tions and to provide organized enthusiastic
backing tor our athletic teams." Constitution
ot the Pep Club
-All here . . . lets cheer!
This year's Pep Club, consisting ot approxi-
mately l3O members under the leadership ot Miss
Carolyn Lechiara, co-operated with our Cheer-
leaders in backing our school teams. They attended
all home games, and Whenever possible, sponsored
buses tor games away from Frederick.
The otticers tor the year were Steve Thrasher,
presidentg Boxann Los Calzo, vice-president, Sandra
Burdette, secretaryg Mary lane Carmack, treasurer:
Bill Boessler, sergeant-at-arms.
Left to right: Mary lane Carmack, Miss Lechiara, Sandy
Burdette, Roxann Los Calzo, Steve Thrasher, and Bill
The bank is one of the
busiest spots in the entire
school. Among its varied
functions Were taking de-
posits for accounts of student
organizations, writing checks
from these accounts, and
keeping an accurate record of
deposits and expenditures.
School supplies and candy
were sold throughout the
year as Well as tickets for
many school-sponsored ac-
Handling other people's
money showed the members
of the bank staff the necessity
of Working efficiently and
The officers Were: Helen
Summers, president, Lois
Biggs, Vicepresident and
secretary, Iudy Tucker, treas-
urer, and Mr. Harvey, ad-
Left to right: Penny Fox, loAnn Smith, Lois Biggs, ludy Tucker, Helen Summers, Gene Wahl, Mary
Sue Rice, Mr, Harvey, Vicki lackson, ludy Roberts.
lo nqht: Seated. Emogene Owens, lackie Reider, Kathleen Owens, Lillian Perkins, Lois Bru-
r Cary Webb. Standing: Richard Denn, Mrs. Rohrer, Sharon Shank, Susan Gremillion, Milton
chley Carolyn Reynolds, Carol Baker, Mrs. Holter, Judy Witmer, and David Clark.
The Library Club, under
the guidance of Mrs. Mar-
garet Rohrer and Mrs. Char-
lotte S. Holter, worked to
keep the library a smooth-
running branch of the Frede-
rick High School Educational
System. The club especially
enjoyed having Miss Am-
porn Viravathana from Bang-
kok, Thailand, work with
them in the library for a
This year a delegate was
sent to the annual meeting
of the Maryland Council of
Student Library Clubs. Se-
lection of an official club pin
was another highlight.
The officers were Carol
Cary Webb, vice-presidentg
Lois Brubaker, secretary, and
lackie Beider, treasurer.
TRI-HI-Y TRI-Hr-Y ALPHA
Throughout this year Tri-l-li-Y Alpha has helped with the Unicef drive,
sold Christmas candy, donated Christmas and Easter baskets to a needy
family, and participated in Christmas carolinq through the halls of PHS.
Events which Tri-Hi-Y Beta participated in this year were trips to Montevue
bake sales, the "Youth in Government" conferences in Annapolis and Wilminq
ton, and Christmas carolinq in our school and city.
To achieve its goals Tri-Hi-Y Kappa has planned bake sales and visits to
Montevue, held a bowling party, played a basketball game with Tri-Hi-Y
Gamma, and visited the hospital during Easter.
Tri'Hi-Y Gamma's achievements have been the selling ot Christmas cards
for the benefit of the AFS., helping needy families during the holidays, and
participating in a basketball game with Tri-Hi-Y Kappa.
The boys' "Y" Club, Sigma Nu Hi-Y has donated money to the Y.M.C.A.
building fund, sent baskets of food to needy families at Thanksgiving and
Christmas, and assisted the County Council in collecting for Unicef.
All Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y club members are Willing to give their time to create,
maintain, and extend throughout the school, home, and community high
standards of Christian character. The clubs strive to meet the needs and satisfy
the interests of their individual members.
The officers of All "Y" organizations
pictured at the left Were, left to right.
First row. Linda Rabstein, Iudy Pease,
Marti Iessup, Doris Welty, Bobby Brad-
bury, and Sue Carol Adams. Second
row, Phyllis Kelly, Connie Billy, Shar-
ron Harris, and Wanda Moore. Third
row. Brenda Eyler and Zoanna Creager.
Fourth row, Kay Palm, Suzanne Kelly,
Doris Dorrell, Mary lane Carmack, and
Ann Kemp. Fifth row, Eddie Houff, Hunt
Hendrickson, Arnold Book, and Steve
The Evening Ushers greet the public, escort them to their seats, and distribute programs. Pictured
above are, left to right Mary Bowins, Rita Iackson, Carolyn Collins, Bonnie Boyer, and Delores Diggs.
HTHIS WAY, PLEASE?
The Day Ushers seat students at all school assemblies and at the end of the program excuse them
in an orderly fashion. Pictured above, left to right. are Mary Hurst, Sharron Harris, Donna Murray,
Carol Casto, Faye Harris, Barbara Klein, Pat Colliflower, Nancy McKnight, Lynda Hill, Marilyn
Mason, and Linda Keilholtz. Both groups were directed by Mrs. Anna Mae Hughes.
The officers, seated left to right, were: Roberta Bradbury, Mrs.
Hughes, advisor, and Iohn George. Standinq, Emily Hinderer,
Lisa Olson, leanne Messer, lennie Brewer, Nancy Hilke, and
Creative hands of the Thespians at work.
"We came in our Volkswagen . . ."
Members oi the cast of the Senior
Class Play pictured left to right
are: Tom Nikirk, Faye Harris,
Bonnie Ramsburq, Catherine Best,
and Pam Clements.
"Are you in this Senior Class Play?"
The purpose of this club is to acquaint its
members more fully With all phases of the dra-
matic arts by means of participation in plays, work
shops, and field trips where these different aspects
of theatre can be observed.
This year F. H. S. Thespians were hosts for
the Eleventh Annual Speech and Drama Clinic
and formed committees to plan the day's activities,
including an initiation ceremony.
During Christmas vacation, Troupe l277 at-
tended a performance of "The Nutcracker Ballet"
at the Lyric Theatre in Baltimore, enacted by the
Washington Ballet Troupe accompanied by the
National Symphony Orchestra.
Thespians were especially busy in the spring.
They staged a special "Children's Theatre" spring
play with the Dramatics Department and partici-
pated in the Spring Festival of Plays at the Uni-
Now what do we do?
versity of Maryland. The E. H. S. Troupe saw the
opera "Carmen" at the new Baltimore Civic Center
and traveled With the English Department to the
National Theatre in Washington to see Shake-
speare's "Comedy of Errors."
ln May there was a special Thespian Week,
headed by Emily Hinderer, vice-president.
Money-making activities included the Annual
Variety Show, a car Wash, and a bake sale.
The highlight of the year is yet to come when
the troupe will travel to the University of lndiana
in lune for a Week-long National Dramatic Arts
The officers Were: lohn George, presidentg
Emily Hinderer, vice-president, Roberta Bradbury,
recording secretary, Ieanne Messer, corresponding
secretary: Lisa Olson, treasurer, Nancy Hilke and
lennie Brewer, scribesg Carol Hughes, historian.
Sealed, left to right. Karen Starr, Mrs. Hughes, advisor,
Nadine Winsteadg standing, Thomas Zang and Kathy Fee.
Through various activities, the Apprentice
Thespians strive to accumulate the ten points
necessary for initiation into Thespian Troupe
In October they participated in the State
Drama Clinic held here at F.I-l.S., and during
the next month they Went to Hood College to
see The Cocktail Party. They accompanied the
Thespians to Washington to see the National
Ballet Troupe's performance of "The Nutcracker
Ballet," assisted the Thespians in presenting a
Children's Theatre in the Spring, and made the
trip to Indiana With that group for the ninth
annual Dramatic Arts Conference.
Officers of this organization Were: Nadine
Winstead, president: Thomas Zang, vice-
presidentg Kathy Fee, secretaryg Karen Starr,
LAST ORD HOME ROOM REPRESENTATIVES
The Iunior representatives were, seated left
to right, Mary Ann Tucker, Roxanne Los Calzo,
Ienny Iacques, Harriet Ambrosen. Standing.
Margie Murphy, Kathy Fee, Susan Long,
Richard Shankle, Josephine Greff, Edith
Duncan, and Sandra Watkins.
The Sophomore representatives were, seated
left to right, 'Connie Wolfe, Pat Carney, lanice
McCrary, Mariana Glick, Ann Lee Thomas,
Ianice lenkins. Standing, Ianice Carey, Kathy
Beebee, Robert Aird, David Hartley, Aidan
Weinberg, Susan Krantz, and Iulia Smith,
The Senior representatives were, sealed left
to right, Linda Smith, Peggy Hoffman, lennie
Brewer, Rodney Blank. Standinq, Terry Moss,
Scott Oden, and Sandra Perry.
Sandra Derr, editor in chiei. and
Mrs. Ashbury. advisor, conferred
on the layout.
The eleventh-qrade members of the staff struggled with identification oi
Left to right. kneelinq, Treva Siedling, Chris Espeland, Debbie Pearl, Arletta Wolfe. Second row,
Gerry Etzler, Karen Luridwall, Candy Stockmari, Phyliss Nininqer, Larry Putman, Third row, Mrs.
Ashbury, advisor, Kathy Merrell, Harriet Amhroseri, Shirley Carroll, Susan Long, ludi Smith, Iacquie
Nasher, Melissa Salisbury, Sandra Derr.
"Are all the senior write-ups finished,
Sandra? Pictures! Pictures everywhere!
Treva, do you have all the pictures
identified? Does anybody know this
boy's name? Ask Mrs. Lakel maybe
she'll know. How many yearbooks have
we sold? This account doesn't check
out! Hurry up!! We've got to meet our
This is typical of conversation car-
ried on throughout the year by the l964
LAST WORD Staff. Since the senior
pictures were taken during the summer,
the underclass and organization pictures
were the first major undertaking of the
staf'f. Homeroom Yearbook Representa-
tives rendered capable assistance by
selling underclass pictures, collecting
senior write-ups, and taking orders
during the subscription drive.
Excellent cooperation by all mem-
bers of the staff made identifying and
distributing of underclass pictures a
quick and accurate procedure. During
the latter part of the year, the staff
members were busy with the subscripf
tion drive and typing and proofreading
copy to meet the deadlines. Long hours
Were combined with hard Work and a
lot of fun to present to you our very
best. Here it is f e your l964 LAST
At the top of the page are the typists. Phyliss
Nininger and Candy Stockrnan were dictating to
Larry Putman and Gerry Etzler.
ln the center of the page are Arlotta Wolfe, busi-
ness manager, and Christine lfspeland, picture
editor. ln the picture at the left are Debby Pearl,
layout editor, and 'llreva Siedling, Ccpy editor.
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Left io right: Melinda Stephens, Sue Shallo, Mary Sue Rice, Roberta Bradbury, Sara Bradbury, and
And then there came a touchdown!
Bobbie Bradbury, varsity captain, Mrs. Achenbach
advisor, Lisa Olson, junior varsiiy captain.
. V CHEERLEADERS
Left to right: Martha lessup Linda Weedon Gloria Thompson Gay Stup lean Messer Kathy Fee
The cheerleading squads of this
year have enthusiastically backed
our teams with yells of school and
team spirit. They have organized
pep assemblies before games,
sponsored the Bonfire in the fall,
and planned land played inll the
annual "Powder Puff" football
game against Glenelg.
Behind the scenes, the girls
have held practices each week to
learn new cheers and to improve
the old ones. Mrs. Linda Achen-
bach is the faculty advisor.
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September, 1963, found a number of strong foot-
ball teams creating high interest in the Cumberland
Valley Tri-State area.
Frederick High School, under the direction of
Coach lack Molesworth, completed the season with
a record of 4 wins, 4 losses and 2 ties. Co-captains
were Lou Bruchey, who led the cadets on offense,
and Ed Hall, winner of defensive honors.
The season opened at Boonsboro with a l3-l3 tie.
Victories followed over Waynesboro, North Hagers-
town, Wheaton, and Andover. Frederick and South
Hagerstown battled to a U-O tie. Losses were to Fort
Hill, Westminster, Martinsburg, and Allegany: Fort
Hill and Westminster finished the season undefeated.
The highlight of the season was the victory over
a strong Wheaton team. Led by the passing c.
Bruchey, the rushing of Blaine Smith, and the fire
defensive play of the Cadet line, Frederick defeat ed
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COACHES CAPTAIN S
Left to right: Mr. Horner Brooks, Mr. lack Moles- Lefi io right: Ed Hall and Lou Bruchey.
Worth, and Mr. Hal Moser.
Congratulations to seniors
Lou Bruchey, Ed Hall, lack
Hart, Dave Boyd, Stan Keyser,
Sid Miller, lohn Cordyack, Bob
Fox, Richard Stirnmel, Terry
Morgan, Alan Nichols, Rodney
Sewell, lim Gilbert, and Paul
Rornsberg for their contribution
to football at Frederick High
The varsity team this year was most fortunate in having iive last year's
players return for this year's competition. Rodney Sewell was captain, and
the team was coached by Mr. Homer Brooks.
The Cadets oi l963-64 ended their season with a 6-win, 12-loss record.
The seven luniors are the bright hopefuls tor next year's team. With some
extra hard Work and a lot of school spirit, the team can be victorious.
Albert Einstein 63
Bel Air 60
North High 49
South High 47
50 North High
62 South High
Front row. left to right: lim Trout, Benny Grove, Tom Dutrow, Ike Rhoderick, Rick Alt. Second row:
Merhl Millberry, Terry Boyer, Ronnie Hart, Eddie Reynolds, Iohnny Young, Gary Allen, Third row:
Tornmy Thomas, Charles Palm, Stan Keyser, Nelson Myers, Ronnie Miles.
9 Francis Scott Key at Frederick 23
10 Martinsburg at Frederick 24
14 Frederick at So. Hagerstown 27
17 Frederick at Glenelg 30
21 Frederick at Francis Scott Key
1 Frederick at Martinsburg 13
5 Sherwood at Frederick 18
7 Frederick at Howard County 19
8 Frederick at No. Hagerstown 22
12 Frederick at U. of Maryland
Howard County at Frederick
Frederick ai Sherwood
Boonslooro at Frederick
Frederick at Iohns Hopkins
Frederick at Boonslnoro
No. Hagerstown at Frederick
Glenelg at Frederick
So. Hagerstown at Frederick
Nelson Myers waits for the perfect pitch.
Ike Rhoderick lags Benny Grove as he slides inio base.
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Golf team left to riqht: First row, Norman Abrecht, Robert Nusbaum, Richard Wolfe, and Rick Best.
Second row, Roddy Rhode-rick, Benny Gannon, and Earl Starr. Third row. Craig Rhoderick, and
Mr. Brooks, coach.
CROSS COU TRY
Left to right. front row: Phil Grove, Paul Harris, Roland Easterday, lim Colman, Terry Korrell,
Bill Holton, Bob Heller. Back row: Gary lackson, Mike Gerhold, Hunt Hendrickson, Lance Howard,
Eric Ambush, Larry Wise, Walt Cottrell, Mr. Moser.
Coach Hal Moser's Cross Country team, led
by Captain Gary lackson, raced to its most
Victorious season in F. H. S. history. ln the
Tri-State and C. V. A. L. Championship meets
the Cadet two-milers finished third, losing to
South Hagerstown and Martinsburg in looth
meets. To climax the l963-64 season, the
Harriers captured seventh place in the state
The Cadets' Bing Myers competes for top honors against four rival
schools in the 600-yard run. Frederick placed lifth in the competition.
Donald Shattenberg races his opponent to the finish line
to place fourth in the 600 yard run at the Baltimore 5th
Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Springain
Blue Ridge Invitational Relays
North Hagerstown, Westminster
St. larnes Invitational
The Cadets finished another successful
season with impressive efforts throughout the
ten-meet schedule this year. The Varsity track
competes in the inter-scholastic sports program
and develops a keen interest and understand-
ing in track and field events. The co-captains
were David Boyd and Gary Iackson.
Kenneth Robinson takes the high juznp at the State lndcor
Track Meet held lanuary 25, 1964. Frederick placed third
in the overall competition.
. V. BASKETBALL
The lunior Varsity Basketball team Was or-
ganized primarily for sophomore boys who wish
to participate in interscholastic competition and
Who demonstrate sufficient ability to become mem-
bers of the varsity team. Under the guidance of
Mr. Brooks, head coach, Mr. Groff, assistant coach,
and Bonnie Hart, captain, the team Won over half
their games after starting the season with a 40-32
victory over Overlea.
1. v. FGOTBALL
The I. V. Football Team, coached by Mr. Homer
Brooks and Mr. Bon Lennox, compiled a season
record of 3 Wins and 3 losses. Since boys in
Frederick have only a three-year program as com-
pared to four-year programs at opponent schools,
a great deal must be accomplished in one year
to prepare the players for varsity football. Bonnie
Hart and Mike Quinn directed the team at quarter-
back and Franklin Virts and Terry Shaw performed
well in the backfield. Outstanding line prospects
were Terry Boyer, Don Fields, Ozz Lee, Craig
Rippeon, Charles Grubbs, Richard Brown, and
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First row. left to right. Bing Myers, Harold Long, Donnie Shattenberg, Robert Heller, James
Coleman, Ralph Shockey, lackie Gaither, Eddie Meeley, and Ernest Young. Second row, Pete
Thomas, Phil Schrodel, Walter Cottrell, Pete Markey, Robert Aird, Clyde Baker, Terry Shaw,
Mr. Moser, coach.
Coach Moser, hoping tor a better-than-ever track The I. V. baseball team competes With other
team next year, will rely on three promising sophf school teams ot equal caliber. The boys on the
omores: lim Coleman C880 yard runl, Bob Easterday team try to improve their skills tor next year's
ll rnilel, and Clyde Baker Csprintsl. varsity team. Sportsmanship and unity are two
excellent characteristics in the team's playing.
First row. leit to riqht. Rodney Bippeon, Henry Baugher, lerry Fogle, Ierome Snyder, Danny lacobs,
and Bonnie Young. Second row, Tom Forney, Larry Biehl, Allan Wetzel, Bonnie Whitmore, Bicky
McQuillen, Sidney Kandel. Third row. Bernard Hargett, Iohn Karl, Steve Hettner, and Charles Evans.
BOYS' RECREATION COUNCIL
The Boys' Recreation Council was formed
to teach good sportsmanship and to acquaint
members with the rules of various games as
Well as methods oi officiating at athletic
events. The Council also organized and con-
ducted intramural tournaments in football,
basketball, Wrestling, and tumbling.
The officers of the Boys Recreation Council were Rodney Sewell
secretary and treasurer, David Boyd, president, Mr. Moser, advisory
and lack Hari, vice-president.
GIRLS' RECRE TIGN COUNCIL
li you are a girl who is good at sports,
then the Girls' Rec. Council is the place for
you. The purpose ot this organization is to
promote participation in sports tor all girls,
with good sportsrnanship and personal etiort
The club's most noted achievernents for
this year were being hosts for the Fall
Hockey Sportsday, supporting an active girls'
varsity basketball tearn, and participating
in the Spring Sportsday and Volleyball
Officers of the Ccfuncil were, left to right, first row. Mrs. Ptoelke
advisory Susan Messer, vice-president lenny Brewer, secretary
Kathy ldoine, treasurerg and Lynne Howard, president.
Qur girls' basketball team, the Kadettes, has
done an outstanding job this year. Under the
capable guidance of Mrs. Boelke and the man-
agers, Mary Lou Phillips, Linda Redmond, and
Pat Geisbert, the team has compiled a record ot
which they and their school can be proud.
Through many hours ot practice the team mem-
bers have learned to pool their talents and come
up with a winning team.
Linganore . .
Middletown . .
Emmitsburg . .
Left to right: First row: Mrs. Roelke, advisor, Carol Beall, Kattie Muzik, Lynne Howard, Susan
Fraser, ludy Hartmann, Iune Dudrow, Susan Easton, Mary Phillips. Second row: Linda Redman,
Donna Hatle, lean Munchour, Connie Billy, Sue Adams, Beverly Bowie, Becky Filer, Kathy ldoine,
and Pat Geisbert, Third row: Barbara Cochran, Sandra Beall, Carol Hahn, Susan Hooper, Sue
Calpin, and Cheryl Husnander.
HOCKEY HAS A FIELD DAY
The captains and advisor are pictured above. FIOIII row,
leh io right: Lynne Howard, Miss Love, Sue Calpin. Second
row: Susan Hooper and Tune Dudrow.
The girls' hockey team strives to promote the best
interests of the game. lt enables more girls to participate
in interscholastic competitive field hockey. Frederick
High was the host for one of the county sports days
and tied tor iirst place in this event. Lynne Howard and
lune Dudrow were co-captains of Team I with Susan
Calpin and Susan Hooper serving as co-captains oi
Each high school in Frederick
County participated in a soft-
ball tournament on May 12 as
part of the Becreaiional Sports
Day at Frederick High.
Pictured at the lett were, iirst
row. Mrs. Boelke, advisor,
Susan Easton, Lynne Howard,
ludy Hartmann, Iune Dudrow,
Becky Fifer, and Cheryl Hus-
nander, Sandy Beall. Second
row, Donna Hatle, Ieane Mun-
chour, Linda Redmond, Kathy
ldoine, Iennie Brewer, Sue
Adams, Pat Geisbert, and Susan
Putman. Third row, Beverly
Bowie, Susan Hooper, Barbara
Cochran, Katy Muzik, Susan
Calpin, Sue Fraser, and Carol
TENNIS AND LOVE GO TOGETHER
This is the second year F. H. S. has had
a Tennis Club. Miss Love was coach, Melissa
Salisbury was president, and Doris Dorrell
was secretary. The club was open to stu-
dents with previous experience as well as
to beginners who wanted to learn the sport.
All members played together to improve
their skills. ln May they invited other schools
here for a tennis play day.
All the Frederick County High Schools met at minton, archery, horseshoes, deck tennis, shuffle-
Frederick High on May 12. Tournaments in had- board, and tennis were heid. Miss Love and
Mrs. Roeike were co-chairmen ot this event.
BARBARA HELEN KEYSER
August 9, l946ffDecember 22, l963
Lord, let me know my end,
and what is the measure of my days:
let me know how fleeting my life is!
You did not wait the spring
F or burgeoning
But ere the first flowers broke out of sod
You blossomed at the feet of God"
CHARLES L. Q'DQNNEl.l..
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