Frederick Sasscer High School - Elm Yearbook (Upper Marlboro, MD)

 - Class of 1952

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A A .. . . . r - - A r - ' Mr Nlicholas A Adams University of Florida, B.S., M.A., Counselor. Miss Mary V. Adler University of Maryland, B.S., Physical Education. Miss Mary jo Barrett University of XN'est Virginia. .-LB.: Teachers' College, Columbia University, M.A., Core. Mrs. Dorothy Bean Cafeteria. Miss Josephine M. Betl Pennsylvania State Teachers College, B.S., I,iln'nrian. Mrs. Mary ll. Brown Western Maryland College, A.B., Hisiary. Mr. Kvylie W. Burgess University of Maryland, B.S. Commercial. Mr, Kenneth D. Child Millersville State Teachers' College, B.S., General Inrlustrirzl Arts. Mrs. Emily T. Duley University of Maryland, B.S., Home Economics. Miss Mary V. Haile College of William and Mary, A.B., Illallzemalics. Mr. Robert j. Knepley University of Maryland, B.S Physical Education Mrs. Betty AI. Long Frosthurg State Teachers' If Mr. Thomas F. Donahue, jr Harvard College, A.B.g George Washington University, MA., Principal. l.. THE Miss jean Y. Hnyett lfniversity of Maryland, A.B English, Core. College, B.S., Arts, Crafts, General Science. 4 ' M University of Alabama, A.B., Mrs. Anna Loveless School Secretary. Mr. Milton K. Martin University of Maryland, B.S., M.S., Agriculture. Mr. john j. Mathena Boston University, B.M. Instrumental Music. Mr. Yvilliam j. Murphy l'niversit of Scranton B9 Science. Mr. james H. Ogden Western Mar 'land Colle e, AB., . Y 8' History, Core. Mr. Francis Parker St. Lawrence University, BS., MA.. Driver Education. PCLTY Mrs. Marie F. Parrish University of Maryland, ILS., Core. Mrs. Virginia D. Rogers West Virginia University, B.M., Music. Miss Sally E. Russo Marywood College. ILS., N. Y. Medical College, Science. Mrs. Marguerite Shugart Western Maryland College, A.B. , General Mathematics. Miss Katheryn j. Sigrest English. Miss Josephine E. W'ilson University of Maryland, B.S., r Commercial. '.. Mr. Frederick S. Wyvill Catholic l'niversity, .-LB.: University of Maryland, M..-X., Social Studies, Latin, General Business, Mathematics, gg rs- X x 5 n. Qu? Assistant Principal. X MA GMQM Allen 'Ball lhttxng Brovsn Socxal Edltor Xssnitant Xdxerus xdXCl'llSlI1g hdxtor Edltor II 3 Xu Gxllett Busxness Manager Q mlm av Heath Asxmtant Busxncss Manager VC? I y , Moore Photography Editor I t 1 o Sweeney, Boys' Sports Edltor mg lidltor NI STAFF l an-"' Dommng Art Edntor Duxall Xssxstanl lhotog raphw lmhtor I-arr Xssnstant Lchtor Farrell Gxrls Sports Ldltor I 'f K YVeatherholtz, Asslstant Art Edrtor 'W 4 J WV1ls0n, VI' Ogdefl, Feature Edxtor Advlsor A ter us the deluge , 'A ' c - . ' 1 4 A I , M v 5' t- ' S W - I ', 3, x ' of 1 .Q f . N, , 1, I ! Y Vp V. , .. 52 S . r 45555 . it ,Q j 271' ' ivy. f ov' Q 'L -,.. , X ,V '-'Xe e aff U , ' ff f L9 , ,. , N X +1 6 , " E5 WEE. X ff 5444552385 xiii' N Sfffg 1 QW 1 1 RUTH ANNETTE ALLEN of seventeen summers." home economics and sports. LUCILLE ANNIE BITTING x, A paign . . . fixture plans indefinite. 5 h Qtr H XVAYNE LEO BRA DY "He has the gift of gifts, that of making friends." Good guy . . . worked hard on var- sity, Student Council . . . Senior class president . . . friend to all . . . ambi- tion, college. XVILLIAM MCCORMICK BROWN "There is no nzistakeg there has been no mistakeg and there shall be no mistake." Our literary genius . . . editor of the newspaper and yearbook . . . has guided us through two terrific years . . . ambition, college. CECELIA LEE BEALL "A little bit of happiness never hurt anyone." Dark haired . . . good natured . . . friendly with everyone . . . favorite sport, ice skating . . . pet peere. typ- ing . . . happy and gay . . . quick, gracious smile. bf. DUNCAN RYON BEALL "Full of fun and mischief, loo." Quiet and reserved-around teachers a character . . . neatly dressed . . . a friend to many . . . ambition, college. "Fair slze was to behold that maiden Trim and neat . . . known as a dili- gent worker . , . friendly personality . . . many friends . . . interested in The Seniors "True sincerity needs no witness." Strawberry blonde . . . known as an efficient connnercial student . . . strong arm in yearbook advertising cam- FURMAN DEXVITT BRADBURY "All mankind loves a lover." Popular senior . . . loves baseball and women . . . hopes to be a professional player . . . plans a baseball career. BARBARA ANN BUCK "Pains of love be sweeter far than all other pleasures are." Babs is identified by blue eyes and cute dimples . . . likes basketball, parties, dances, and jimmy . . . ambi- tion, interior decoration. JAMES RUSSELL BUCK "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." Q Who's skipping class? . . . who has a 4 A' joke in any situation? . . . our per- ' ' sonality man . . . often seen in plays if . . . soccer, basketball, and baseball player. f M ERTON, LEROY CANTER "The man who blushes is not quite a brute." Handsome freckles . . . red haired , I N . . . favorite pastime, driving cars . . . 5 . y x R i favorite classes, agriculture and typ- ing . . . plans to be a farmer Une Purpose . - ROBERT RYON DOWNING, JR. "There's a song in the air." Tall, dark, and energetic . . . sang his way into our hearts . . . Dramatics Club . . . Honor Society . . . ambition, college. ELLEN MAE DULEY "You think she is shy. U Elle! 0 lily! You just rlmz't know her, ll:at's zvhy Her pretty hair has long been the envy of every girl . . . understanding friend . . . likes to read and study poetry . . . member of the F. H. A. I . . 'S' 1 l I .kr xv 1. YH I X it ' F ' ' 1 FX t , bf ..w 1 l 4 , sk. X but '5' f Q GLENN MARTIN CARRICK "You can't worry and be glad at the same time, so just be glad." It's a bird! It's a plane! No-it's Glenn arriving at school in his souped up hot rod . . . there's a farm in his future. QF' LOIS ANN CONGER "Who deserves well needs not another's praise." , , Quiet . . . courteous . . . very in- dustrious . . . many friends . . . swell girl. A O g .ao T W ,AAF .v,.- ROBERT RYON DUVALL "If you ean't laugh, just giggle." Famous for unusual chuckle . . . likes soccer, baseball. and pretty girls who are friendly and sociable. CARRIE MATHILDA ENTZIAN "Work is the key word to achievements." Very studious . . . quiet but friendly personality . . . desires to become a successful secretary: she can't fail. 4 l' , 4 ANNABELLE "Heard melodies are unheard are Annabelle was never noisy . . . swell gal ambition, typist. . 'sf' '-"."1. lil ' I . 4, .tl 'I' , fr . . ' N A ig? 'FQ M : - A 1 5.- L,W W' if A ll I t L B . nw., 15:53 QV, iv 1 wws as ' W ,sf-gnlf Q -Y H 'Q if Tff, M L. - 'x.,,:s,, X , Wi- 1 -fi: .-seq DOLORES ELAINE GILLETT "Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you may marry." Attractive blonde . . . has served her class well . . . tireless, capable busi- ness manager of yearbook . . . ambi- tion, business college. PHILLII' ROBERT HARICH "A genial disposition brings its own reward and many friends." Rarely seen without a smile . . . pleasant senior . . . favorite subject. agriculture . . . ambition, PPPPP. VIOLET LORRAINE FARRELL -1 "Sportsmanship is born not made." . . , Known for athletic abilities . . . captain basketball team for two years , . . . well liked . . . seeks a clerical position. 1-sw .L 'ia emit? '. as ii! 5 if A X, ? A SANDRA GARLAND "Variety's the very spice of life." Newcomer from Germany . . . wel- U y,f N, V glfffgjgg' comed addition to our class . . . al- ways busy with boyology . . . cute chick . . . identihed bv blonde hair, MARTHA MELINDA FARR "In gentle looks and talents rare, none can surpass and few compare." A talented senior . . . popular cheer- leader . . . lovely hair . . . lots of brains . . . no dehnite plans for the future. Une Thought GARNER sweet, but those sweeter." accused of being favorite sub- jects, English and .shorthand . . . DOROTHY CECELIA GARNER ' "So sweet the blush of lzaslrfulnessf' Quiet, blue-eyed, and cute . . . real sense of humor . . . a swell person to know . . . ambition, telephone oper- ator. SHIRLEY ELLEN HEATH "Small, sincere, very sweet, nicest girl you'll want to meet." Cute brownette cheerleader . . . likes movies, dancing, basketball games, and f a certain senior . . . real friend. t E. L- it -1 MARION KIDIVELL "Lively and gay, she cheers up our day." Fun loving girl . . . spark to any party . . . secret desire, to travel and see the world . . . ambition, marry a doctor. ANNA MAE KOLBE "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Lovely red hair but no temper . . . the girl to fall if you want something done well . . . efhcient commercial student . . . aspires to become a private secretary . . . lucky man. Une Idea WILLIAM HENRY LUSBY, JR. -K "From a small spark may burst a mighty flame." Turkey, a cute, jovial senior with a real honest-to-goodness friendliness . . . outstanding player in soccer and base- ball . . . ambition, Navy. JAMES MICHAEL McVERRY "Worry and I have never met." Happy-go-lucky fellow . . . his sense of luuntn' makes him a wonderful companion . . . ambition, mechanic. FREDERICK XVAYNE MILLER "If zuork ir1t1'rfe'res with good limes- quit work." Nonchalant, full of fun, and likable . . . member of the soccer team and Stage Props . . . plans to see the world with Uncle Sam. PATRICIA ANN MOORE "A comrade and full of glee who dares to laugh out full and free." Vim, vigor, and vitality . . . a born athlete . . . Dramatics Club president . . . a real sense of humor . . . ambi- tion, beautician. in E, N?-av N . -iQ i1 ':7'fU .. 3, fi" . . 4' ,w ig ' fe.. -ul ?'ii'lv:, .-v' ' I A: , y I Q gn ',' 't ' 'A' fl r , ff . A F1s,3lil' ' ii - , .. Ax RALPH ELMER MOORE "Has the appearance of an angel, But a smile gives it all away." Busiest fellow about school . . . Stu- dent Council president . . . photog- raphy editor . . . soccer player . . . many friends . . . friendly person- ality . . . ambition, college. -IAMES LEE MUDD "They also serve who only stand and wait." There goes jimmy to another fire! . . . quiet manner conceals a genu- ine, friendly personality . . . ambition, truck driver. REBA MAE RIDLING "A winning way, a friendly smile." Pleasant manner and friendly smile i will always be great assets . . . stu- dent nurse . . . interested in home economics . . . will be an efficient homemaker. JACK NELSON SAXVYER "Not afraid of work but not in sympathy with it." Tall, masculine physique . . . scintil- lating personality . . . popular senior . . . experienced usher, butcher, and printer . . . ambition, Marines. LILLIAN FRANCES RAWLINGS "Her lovely brown eyes are only half as lovely as her disposition." Gives appearance of being quiet and reserved: we know her better . . . likes a joke, a good time, basketball and baseball . . . lots of school spirit . . . swell person. Nav AUBREY NEIL sfxssceiz U "Girls irritate meg I love to be . irritated." The guy who knows how to get good grades in shorthand . . . friend to his class . . . member of Stage Props . . . alnhition, Navy. -ffuf m ifi .. . - .ffl 5111 '4 ' Suu A I , lNI.-XRGARET VIRGINIA SIBINIERS pf' ? i "As un redictable as the weatlterf' . . P 'Wi-f' , A wt' 24 Here today, gone tomorrow . mem- .' ber of the chorus . . . jovial friend , " I ' to many . . . hers will be a happy and f'fi',ffQq'.ff?'?f, . a' future . . . ambition, ????P. , -th , , S 7 fp-3 Wt" fr , 3 ygltv l f f '5. 62' ,P .QA ,fl-Q I ,- "px- 'H 'ts' . A my , ,T-M XVARRI-IN lil.l.l0'l"l' THONIPSON av, ' ftt' "There are sometimes two of a kind, but he is Ilte only one of his kind." Lieutenant of the patrol . . . member of the Stage Props and a lover of ' baseball . . . alnhition, to he a team- mate of Furman Bradbury's on the Cleveland Indians. ROBERT LEROY SWEENEY "A star that shines not in the sky." Happy-go-lucky fellow . . . known as a basketball, baseball, and soccer star . . . president of FFA and member of the Hi-Y. l' 5' GRACE TH ER ESA TAYMAN "The deepest rivers flow with the least sound." A modest and unobtrusive manner hides a sunny and winning person- ality . . . has been active in the . I X Senior Chorus. CHARLES RUSSELL THORNE "Oh why should life all labor be?" Charlie, an agriculture student, would rather attend a fire than eat . . . ambition, fireman, no less. PAUL HERBERT THORNE "I was born lo talk and talk I must." A good natured, happy fellow . . l always found working in his father's gas station . . . known as "Mr, Fixit" . . . ambition, fireman. Putty- ine Diplomas BERNARD DONALD WALKER "He was a good man though quiet in his way." A tall, quiet, and pleasant senior .' . . admired by many . . . not only by males . . . known as a shrewd card player . . . ambition, car dealer. MARION VICTORIA WARFIELD "Pretty to see, sweet to know." Smiling individual . . . noted for ability to get along with everyone . . . plans to enter clerical work. JPN fun 41 ELAINE WEATHERHOLTZ "If worry were the only cause of death then she would live forever." Dynamite comes in small packages . . . active cheerleader and chorus mem- ber . . . makes school a pleasant jour- ney . . . will always be short . . ambition, typist. CHARLES MASON WILBURN "A merry smile with an intent to do mischief." Active in FFA and Visual Aids Club . . . member of the band for two years . . . pleasant personality . . . liked by all. ""'l"'lf ff, Q W 11 l J' is Q' lla I ,bra ... 5 0. . lm-- THELMA CATHERINE WVILSON "She was a phantom of delight." Reliable . . . determined . . . eflicient. Mainstay of the Dramatics Club. Feature editor of the Elm. Well dressed . . . eligible. WILLIAM EUGENE WINDSOR "Love is like measles, we all have to go through it." Amiable, Gene is a favorite with everyone . . . member of the FFA and the Dance Club . . . ambition, Navy. X' av-VS' 'Q Q. ' A I ' 3 r NTI 'gf t I X l s Q gf, r 64 v , f. L , S' G - A ,. 1 r ,A 4: S 9- S' , -5- av eiifff 1 4 I it ' I fs , .xixiinm z f L: all - I4 33 , ww Sloth... A , . . '13 4 5 5 3 A i S 91 . t i3z,w!xf"' ri - S' is 1 1 Q. v.. i-3 A , ,Vp a ., C WSL 4' .' Q r .D Q , X .r I 4 I ' X 5 , .1 A g I Q E my , e f K W ci . l 1 if f F yn. .. THE JU IUHS Armstrong, Blankenhaker, Boswell Brady, Brown, Buck, Byrd. Cave, Chapman, Coffren, Coving- ton, Cranford, Donley, Duvall. Duvall, Duvall, Duvall, Earnshaw Edelen, lintzian, Garner. Hardesty, Hertel, jackson, Jett Jett, jones, Keesee. McKenzie, McLellan, Moore, Mur- phy, Parker, Richardson, Ridgely. Ritenour, Rollins, Sander, Sasscer Sharp, Scars, Shumate. Simms, Simms, Sims, Smith, Smith Stallings, Sweeney. Thorne, Tucker, Von Garlem Nialker, XN'allich, lVells, H'englare Wvhitlington, lVilliams, YViIl0ugh- hy, Wilson, Windsor, Xvood, Wy- vill. The pretenders to the throne . . Arnold, A ustin, Beall, Bean, Birdsong. Buck, Catterton, Cook. Cooksey, Cooper, 3 ,, ,,, r'j ex ' ' V' 9 'E' gf Cranford, Cranford, 4 Q sv ,L 5, Curtin, Dennison, De- ' Vaughn, Downing. r , . 1 y, K .1 4 : I 2 1' 5 A-1' Duley, Duvall, Ent- ' . zian, Farrell, Fcnno, 4- J Gardner, Garner, Q 5- ' W ,hyat Green. A ' 'R ' , 6 -1 l X ,- nk l A Hall, Hammett, Har- ' desty, Hardesty, Ha- l Q- .gg ' AI: rich, Hook, Hum- K phrey, Hyde. El. Kackritz, Keesee,Love- less, Luslmy, Marosy, ,, l V It A-A g. McLellan, Moore gli, 6 Moore. Moreland, NI ul le r Morrow, Norfolk, Per- . , ' - ric, Plotts, Richards Richardson. Simms, Smith, Smith ings Sweeney Talbot Smith. Stallings, Stalla T a y m a n, Tayman Tliomas, l' horn c Thorne, '1' y cl i n g s XYilloughlzy, Windsor, XV i n il s o r, Windsor Wyiill, Wyxill, NU' vill. . 5- 6.5 K' 6 1 4 av Q 2. I Q 4: Q A 5 l X 1'D THE SUPHUMUHES N0 ,memes ,.h..,,.,m. 3 2 9 -X HONIFROONI ierond Rou Walker Duvall 'Norfolk Scam Duwall Sweenex Weidman Nlawhew Danes Duwall Talbott Clark Cate Inn! Rou Draper Buck Rewnolds Dodd Norfolk Nhss Halle Blanclford Slmglulf Garner Bnrdsong Duvall 9 B HOMEROONI Fhznl Ron Crow XTHOTOS1 IllOII'llS Sllll Bottner XYIHIBUIS Bradx llradw Blunkenlmalter Bmger Coodale Yeronrl Rau iasster C irner Halton 'Nloran C inter Rxdglev Nmdsor Cooluu Nmdsor Cdrner Sauter Xustm I'1rst Rau Ihomai .. "' FX JM?" PK 'O f haf 9 C HONIFROONI Ilmrl Ron Cnrtm Lewls Pounslnrrx Phelps 'Nloore Shugart Nlckenlle Beull keesec SfFf171llRlIZl Nlr Nfurphx ett Heftel ll.1ll Snnth Bllllllg Brads htlssxler lxeesee Swanson I-nxt Run Xloore Ruo Xllnn xsll1lllllgl0I1 Xliyhevx blallmgs lW'lll0l'1 Rawlmgs Green Reno GH Whosoever would be a man must be a nonconformist -- " 31"- 3 , . N at . ': ' ' , ,.' '. ., ' , D' W f - ,' ' V ' .V ' ' ' ' 1' ' 'Z , , ,V -ll , A 'y A 1 I ' ' ' ' ' , , fs f Y , ' All u 1 , x . . ' A . Curtin, lallnott, Cranford, Garner, Mrs. Shugart, Thomas, Beull, Sweeney, Segelkcn, Harclcsty. ,omg Q, "l .. ,L - D 1, m -4 llix -nfs ' ff- . sf il X I ' 'f f' . 'QM J " ff F? ix 5 ,1 , 7 N , . 4 ,W af' f , A 1 , , Q 4 3 '-'x.,. - X , V f 1 Y 4' . C -, . I . ' L 4 A ' Q, 'K 1 h v 4 , I - H - v T3 1 Fourth Rozu: Buck, Moreland, YVindsor, Moore, Humphrey, Buchheister, Byrd, Edelen, Shugart. Thir 'A' 3i'rF. i ' ' xx? 97" , 1 , . 1 , 9 T , o , fg. 'Q AA 0 13,1324 8-1 HOMEROOM d Row: Smith, Pfister, Garner, Burdette, Hopkins, McDrmiels, Bolin, Jett, Bryan, Hill, Boswell. Sefond Row. Garner, Royer, Katz, Moore, Miss Barrett, Lusby, Dixon, Rawlings, Parker. First Row: Harris, Golden, Brady, Swanson, Hyde, Shrewsbury, GRADE EIGHT Everybody knows more than anybody 'Y L-Y K .L 82 HOMEROONI Y C I n lxrrr Maller Bull Btrm lipptlt 'Iucktr Third Ron Duxall Fourth Roi lhelps Ldtlen Cross Chanex on ner ll li IIC l ll our ll ll ndle lutlur Martin Montgomcrx Mal rudtr Moore XI lxumt Kumi ll latiner l'n lattzrton Nlrs long Xriington llutthinson Dulu Senaslini Ins! Rot Halt lomltr Windsor o xell Bean Rolf kidwell Windsor Cf U . , 1 I 1 10 ' 4' , 1,4 n V' " i V , . K S Q , ., ' I I' If ' F ' lf' 1 f' I , Y . P I D. . Wi ', ' -, , ' ' , . ' A, . ' Q -, . -, A cg " ' Un. on , .Jim-r, .Ill nn. Nw I Iffzx M lk ler, .' 'i A, ni, l' : ,. . ,, " , ' , . 'I' 'z , -' zu' 'A, ' ", " . ,L - ' 1 f V 1 r V 1 V - 7 1 HOMEROONI Tlurd R011 Talbot DCX3Llgll'll1 Iangllllllq Clnggett RlCll8TCli0H Bonchxrint Iett Hlnltlngton Sasscer Bohn Second Hou Buck Sweenex Coffren Xnnlrus Nlooxg Rxuhne Sunpson Mood 'Nloore Hrllu Su enex Green Duvall Royer Fzrst Ron Burch Hllhurn I-usaell Ddxuglm Nloran Nlrs l'ar11sh Xhlhams Bohn Rlchalclson Swseenex Fmnan GRADE SEVE Forward the Lzght Brzgade li' 'EL 1 2 HONIEROONI Thzrzl Ron Curtm Lorelesi kellex Iusln Sucenex Canter C arclngr Cooper C arner Beall Brovsn DeBoard Second Ron Beall Swanson Bonner lmslcx Xusun lung Drxon C hmu Smnh Bull Ciuerton Xngell Ferguson Duley ett I-'mst Ron Harrxs Dodd Benll Speak.: Cookses Nlrb Rogers Rxehardson Farrell Nloore Brads Thomas 1 'We' ul, 'b"""'-I 1 if V ,.-fc-xc. , lf 'Z' ,V if ,, I, vm - H.. ,W 5. " ff, im' 1 U An. SENIIOR HIGH CHORUS Fou Rou Brady Entzxan Coungton Shumate Wood Sander XIcLellan Garner Tavman Rawlmgs McLellan Thzrd Rou Cave Sweeney Parker Catterlon Maller Brown Hoon. Humphrew Hammett Xlorross Blrdsong Second Row Smlth Carner Smlth Wvull Rxlenour Coffren Tasman Loveless Cooksew Bradw Bunk Green Fzrxt Row xYh1lllI'lgl0I1 Con ger Curtm Hall Sweeney Buck Sxmmers Rlchardson Nluller Cool. Keesee Warfield Muszc m my heart " . 1 '5 , , ' , Y , , A , , , , v - '5 ' , ' ,Z ' , . ' , ' ,A U fl ' . A ', - -' 1 ' ' , ,' ' , . . , . ' ,. , , .. - , ' . v ' ' 1 , v I n Q - I y --v 1 - A y 1 , v - - 1 ' . V . . h Y , , , , 1 , , , A , , , - 1 , Y ir! 12, A x -. nf . . . .X 'x 'Liv La N., - .LL -J -I X K 2 3 i ll tl 4, O ,fry ,f If .KI F, ff!!! ,-1' -4-oy.-.av-""' ,A ' xx "Somewhere there s muszc JUNIOR CHORUS Fzfth Row HHITIS Beall Lusbw Buck Cla elt L C enzle Fourfh Row Blandford lLldIliNOI1 jeu Ilulu Ruhardson Mood Thxrd Ron Cranford Xioran Sweeney Smlth xIlIJ'il'llLlS I-xnnan I-.1rrLll Dixon Cooksu Sefmzzl Rau Xhlhams Bohn xxllbllffl Chane Xxllldl C Ihomas Thomas Fzrst Row Phster Nfarun HOJkl NI y e atterlon I ns ontgomery Curun Chaney Sawyer J ' as . . . gg, fr. iff! -'Sf Q 'L if. tif r ' .' ', , j, , gg , oveless, DeVaughn, Garner, Moore, McK ' . . : iarner. Suit. Latimer, Byrd. Sweeney, R' l' K , , , " , ' . ' 'J , . , ' , . 3 1 A . , - I , ', ' ' - "wk fs. 6- ,R J --234353 if--M STUDENIT COLRT Ytandmff Edelen Walker Sweeney Seated Sweeney Mxss Russo Beall HertelSl1ngluff Content to ollow when they lead the way as I4 'ss STUDENT COUNCIL Standing: Buck, Brady, Humphrey, Claggett, Hopkins, Keesee, Dodd, Entzian, YVoIf. Seated: Heftel, Allen, Moore, Miss Haile, Buck, Heath, Mayhew, Coffren. i Fare rom every rock and tree 4 :- Qiillllll' nhilhllillll A ks lsfzulnll Ffwlnilillllll 5 nlililllllklll lfhlllllllllll H .l:..l.luuuu JUNIOR SC'll:.'NCE Duxall Hale falbotl Clarke Dawes Duvall Bcall Humphny Duvall Ausun Bmgqr liwnmn Mrs Long Seezng zs belzewng Q9 as juxlox xwusox ll I c sun 1 lg., fmnzl Rnl gpll lxlll Ill uuux ,rm U nl x nu ll 1 u I .lrncr 4 uuksex "Cheer, cheer, for Sasscer High CHEERLEADERS Second Row: Simms, Humphrey, Coffren, Sharp. First Row: Weatherholtz, Farr, Heath. 14 ,Q A U Lui SENIOR HI-Y Third Row: XValker, Ridgely, Rollins, Moore, Richards, Moreland. Setond Row: Simms, Donley, Beall, Hardesty, Arm- strong, Byrd, Farrell. First Row: Boswell, Beall, Sweeney, Mr. Knepley, Duvall, Duvall, Duvall. TRI-HI-Y Third Row: Ridling, Muller, Cook, Perrie, Brady, Garner, Shumate, Catlerton, Von Garlem, Brown, Conger, Farrell Beall. Second Row: Cauerton, Williams, Humphrey, Norfolk, Smith, Brady, Walton, Weidman, Stallings, Gardner, Plolts Sasscer, Richardson. First Row: Kackritz, YVhittinglon, Rawlings, Garner, Miss Adler, Blankenbaker, Mayhew, Brady. One thing endures character All or one, one or all If l.,. Fourth Rau Phelps elt Walker Flllwater Beane Shugart llertcl llmrl R in 'CII lmdesi Carclner Cooper Sweenew Canter Lushs Sasscer Second Rau Beall Fowler Lau Nh' lxncpley Bean Losell Swanson First Row Sweeney Curtin Poumherrs Swanson rc T u ff f f .11 en i. g, , I f ,Ex .. t I. P F f F ,f If--' V l, "'f',f . I. , ' , g. 'k ,, BOYS' JUNIOR HI-Y SENIOR DRAMATICS CLU B Fourth Row: McLellan WVyvill, Moore, Tyclings, Hall, Sweeney. Tlzirrl Rozv: Kcesec Birdsong, Stallings, Simms, NVyvill, Hook. Semrzzl Roux' Clooksey, lflllllilll, Kiclwell Carrick, Hammett, Morrow, Moore. First Row: Gillett, Downing, Moore, Wilson, Farr, Buck, Buck. "All the world's a stage." .QM I V' 4 1. fi. 'Sq ...if I sig' ' "The play's the thing." J U NIOR DRA NIATICS CLL' B Third Row: jen, Moore, XVindsor, Chaney, XVindsor, Hardcsty, WYhitlinglon, I-'crgu son. Second Row: Talbot, Garner, Thomas, Covell, Roycr, Duvall, Hill, I-xirxt Row DcYaughn, Roycr, Moore, Reynolds, Kali, Nlr. Ogden. Fuxscll. NURSES Standing: Smith, Buck, Parker, Chaney, Garland, Sharp, Martin, Norfolk. Sealed: Royer, Fussell, Wyvill, Mrs. Duley, Blan kenhaker, Wyvill, Mayhew. Help and help lwe " 'To help h mos beau 1 ul verb zn he world JUNIOR RED CROSS Mood NlcDan1f:l5 Dixon lhslcr Iumhx First Ron Bolm Suunu Xin larrish Dodd Lallerlon Niuller KK . ,, , '-r e r ff ' r ." Third Row: Green, Thomas, Latimer, Moran, King, Dixon, Burch, Harris, Cave. Semnd Row: Green, Finnan, Smith ' 1 ' . ' I ' 1 - I - - r' ' ' ' 1 a r - - D- '- if , FUTURE FARMERS OF ANIERICA Standmg Xhlburn Sweeney Duxall Beall Nfr Nlarun Duvall Seated H1rdestv Duvall Ihornc NIcVerrw Carner Boswell Walker uslroug Duxlll lusln Nloreluul HllLlLSlX Nloore l omc on X ulsor Hlrlch Kanter l nkulluker Dulu Bull Rxcrurs Sebasuan Farrell Talbot Xvrndsor Nmdsor Learn by domg Keep the home res bummg 1 FLTLRE HONIENIAKERS OF AMERICA Tlurd Hur Bonner Nlrs Dulew Draper Norfolk Tucker Buck Dodd Duxall Canter Sweeney Duley Second Row kolbe inner Halton Sdwur Rxclgels Looksu lallmol Horan Loxelegs Niawhew First Row Burch Duvall Slxngluff Smllll laxnmn . :. '," ,A ,li , , V' , .XIII , 'z . -2 . 'fh'-.ll - ley, Yi! J . Q", 1' -, lla " I", 'ly '1 , Al1'l', i Y .1 1 1 1 Q n V - ff ' I, . It F ' U . :mm J 6 "" ' It 4 1 , ' 'A , ,',, 'Ns fr + f ' 'R R f4 , - , A l . 4 . ' 1 fs A k,,,V 1' 1 ? 4 4. 'l it V V- 3 .' x Stiff? ' L 13A--134,22 I Ill 171 -X A , 'ty-ki' -' 1 IIN 5 Uv" ' -1 BLUE-YVHITE Standing: Parker, jones, WVood. Seated: Chapman, Miss Huyclt, Hcrlcl, Buck, Coffrcn, Scars, Duvall, XVindsor, Covington, l-larnshaw. "For a good poet's made as well as born." PHOTOGRAPHY Tlrirzl Rrmu' Lungluttig, Shugart, Ainorosi, I',uc'hhcislcr, Buck, lidelen. Sefoml Row: Moore, Green, lVcnglare, Byrd, Humphrey, Cross. First Row: Bitting, Allen, Miss Russo, Garner, Heath, Garland. 1' wx 14's R Pictures e Page atonef' ASDF:LK1 .Hun if TYPING CLUB 'l'l1irrI Roux' Bvrd, Mudd. Rollins. Cranfoicl.. Semnd ,L Row: Simms, Simms, Yon Carlem, Dulcy, WVIIIIHITIS, jell- Fimt Roni.. Kccscc, Kolhc, I-Tmzian, Miss Wilson, Garner, Bcull. "Beauty seen is never lost." ?'s I ,nfs ' ' ..4V -35, - , f ff' .arf H If L' l , . f I 5 Q - 1' .Li .XRT CLUB Tlmfl ldfnr: llznics, Dulcy. Clzuke, Kerr, Beane, licall, Walker. Semnrl linux' llcun, Cooper, Fowler, Bcall, lN'inclsor, XYolf, Kidwcll. Fifi! Row: Hale, Green, Simpson, Mrs. Long, Vermillion, Bcall, Enlzian, Muller. 3l ' . 1 ' --'H-fi 'Q 1,4 'I . an f sq 4 SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY Wilburn, Mr. Donahue, Brown, Downing. Character . . . Service . . . Leadership . . . Scholarship. l 111 Jlk ' v7 Q, YC? JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY Third Row: Duvall, Duley, Downing, Second Row: Fen- no, Sweeney, Draper, Slingluff. First Row: Buck, Miss Barrett, Hook. an vue SAFETY PATROL I-'uurtlz Row: Rcio, Kccsec, llcztll, Tippctt, Rcio, IlllLhl1ClSlCl", Byrd, Sllugart, Xfimlsor, Garner, Hyde, Cross, Cross. Third linux' Stallings, jones, Wyxill, Stallings, Smith, llrown, Xkdtltun, Bcall, Coilrcn, Allen, Beall, Scgelkcn. Second Rout: Fer- gllSOI1,'li21llJ0l,llCxvLillgilIl,.'XIllifllS,RllClllC,SlllllD5OIl,N0l'fOlk, Smith, H'alton. Brady, Bryan, Suit. First Roux' Sasscer, '1l1ornc, Downing, ,I'llOIIl1JS0ll, Moore, Iiarnsliztw, litlelcn, 'ltltkcr,hulii1.jctt.Nlr. Murphy. X w Wise to resolve and patient to perform." BAND Standing: Mr. Donahue, jackson, Brown, Murphy, Moore. Swmnl linux' Brady, Dodd, XVilloughlw, Brady, NIcVerry Cross, WValker, Bonner, Buchhcistcr, Duvall, lidclcn, Billing, Hcadl, Moore, Cofircn. 1-'irsl Roux' Shrewslrury, Thomas, YVill Ol hbv, Fenno, Bean, XYillmurn, Pounslmcrrx, Coupe.-r, D vall, Dllw. Muszc hath charms ORCHESTRX I-ossler Fust Rou xx1l10llgl1lJN Shrusaburx lhilllllb fnnno Bun Duull kdglmn Nmdlc rg I l u no rr ' n Second Row: Dodd, Hilloughby, Brady, Reynolds, Garner, Hopkins, Edclcn, Walker, Duley, Cooper, Jackson, Moore To build a better mouse trap was their desire. my Xir C hlld 'I h lf' 351, ST XGI IRO Ompson Saucer Brads lhornc Dmdll ludxu Unlson XYIULISUI' S B k 158111 uc lhclps Swanson Sxmms Kccsu. W Y 39510119 ,gil ,..,,,, 1 fob!-W ,X 15. IBR XRS Cl! Slfnulm rnulxl ru run sac cn, Bom Sldflt wnnsun, Spczakcs, - , . is: -1 ryxn, .Xllu , Yon Cure: Bcull XVa1Icr, Ritchie Sweeney. A good book is the best o riends Q 0 S -QI - ff! ttzn "Going as if they trod upon eggs." Q .. It 9 'Q c KATHERYN J SI GREST He would be a poor friend indeed th he mlght put his frxendshlp mto words I 1 ' .A " ' ' at ATHLETICS ' fx ' , x m ,A .. m ,Q , ,:-,553 ,ff '.--,gf-L fg- ' s '-ui A. 17' l'hiirl Roni: XN'ells, lllzinkenlmker, 'l'liorne, Moore, Siminw, Srrirnufl- Rnzw: Herlcl, XllKlllllL lJLV'iu lm Simms, Cranford, Mr, Kncpley. First Roni: Rflllllli, .NflllYU'0I1g. Sweeney, Nlurpliy, Smith. Arundel .................. . . Prince Frederick .. .. Gwynn l'zn'k . Lamkey . , . Oxon Hill . Laurel Surrzillsxille Alumni Gwynn Park Charlotte Hall Oxon Hill A A Lackey . . , . Laurel Surrattsville , . ..... .. "Frederick Sasscer expects every man to do his duty." Armstrong Rollins l X fi Y Q 4 ,L r"r 7" e-'Lv 34.35 r .. .A,. - ' 'v-Hb! SWCCIICY NlcVerry Thorne Duvall Bradbury "In spring a young man's fancy turns to ------ and baseball." - r jx' 'r' ul' f""'M lim WM V' -9-"!'?"'! VXRSI YY B ASEB ALL Slandzng Nh' kneplew Heftel Duvall Walker Bradbury NIcVerry Armstrong Sums Cranford Earnshaw Ixneelmg Cranford Simms Sweeney Duxall Duvall Malllck Cranford Thorne Seated Buck Thorne THA Mr and Mrs ohn L Rawlmgs Betty Rrchardson Mrs Ambrose Baden Hllda Ogle Lula Mae Von Garlem Lucrlle Talbott Mrs Hazel R Dyson Vrrgmra K Srms Susanne Hall W VVaverly VVebb A Frrend J W Srddall Thomas Elmo ones A Gwynn Bowie Thomas I1 Laumer George B 8. Prrscrlla XV Merrrck Lucrlle Whrttmgton and Mrs john Theodore Buck and Mrs hdwardj Brttrng and Mrs VV1ll1am M XVarfield and Mrs E L Farr and Mrs Robert Allen and Mrs I Leslre Beall A Frrend Mr and Mrs vvllbllfll Mrs Irwrn Buck Mr and Mrs L Beall Herman Brady Mr and Mrs T A Sears Brlly Duley Brlly QTurkeyj Lusby Mason Wrlburn rmmre Buck ames McVerry Mr and Mrs M L McDowell Charles Thorne Frederrck Sasscer F F A Senior Chorus unror Red Cross Audubon Club Senror Patrol Blue VVh1te Frederrck Sasscer Student Councrl C N Hartman Mr and Mrs Srmmers NHS Photography Club Band Senior DY2lHl3llCS Grrls Trr H1 Y Future Homernakers umor DTHIHHIICS Mr and Mrs B R XValls Bowles Servrce Statron YV1ll1am E Purdy Tvlllldlll XV O Keeffe Marran DeNIarr ohn XV Byrnes Lobey Serxrce Statron House ol Henley Mrs Orvrlle Hleatlrerlroltz C Larle XX ywlll Southern States Marlboro Servrce Oscar R Duley Dr Russell Krker Mundy s Drstrrct Hughts Cleaners Hilltop Steak House Mr rnd Mrs xvllllillll H Lusby Rrlplr Moore Mr and Mrs 1 lrrrles L Moore Aubrey Srsscer 'Nh and Nlrs Larl Heath Mrs Rrclrard L Grllett Mr rnd Nlrs Thomas Garner Mr rnd Mrs oseph M Garner 10 -XL Horneroom r and lN rs McVerry ant lN rs Albert Mrller r ant IN rs Xvrllram XV1ndsor r 'mc IN rs Clyde N Sawyer Plnlrp Harrell Mr rnd Mrs DeXVrtt Bradbury Donald XX alker ack Nelson Sawyer Mrs Anna Loxeless Mr and Nlrs Ralph Carrrck une Buck Forestvrlle Nletlrodrst M Y F Pennsylxanra Horse 8. Mule Co to the PATHU 5 and AU EHTISEHS made pusslhle the 1952 EL . U .j . ' ' . KI s 1 . . . ' my I I . ll -f Mr. . ' . ' ' . ' ' Mr. . ' ' . " Mr. . ' . ' Mr. 'l . K . ' . z . ' ' . ' l I Mrl land Gsearllirltzian ' G Q A A1 J T. J' ' M I . r J Mr' 1 1 . ' . . . . ' M . ' l I . ' ' ' M . l I. . ' . J 1 . ll V' . , bl. Q K' If - ' . J Q. . L, I . who through their support and Cooperation Congralulatzons lo THE CLASS OF 52 MR AND MRS MORRIS ZILBER MARLBORO 5 8410 UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND MARLBORO VARIETY STORE COUNTY TRUST COMPANY ALEX W. ABELL ,INSURANCE AGENCY OF MARYLAND Insurance For Everything Insurable Member of Federal Reserse System Member of Federal Deposit Insurance UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND Corporation Phone: Marlboro 3443 UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND Offers to the GRADUATES OF FREDERICK SASSCER ITS CONCRATULA TION9 AND IT? BANKING YERVICE FRANK M HAL1 President NVM H BROOKE Cashzer D LLOYD MORRIS CO REALTORS Corner Mann and Wafer Sfreefs HARRY BUCK 'IR Upper Marlboro Maryland North leach 6011 Marlboro 3400 Mann Oflice 8616 Georgia Avenue Shepherd 1027 Silver Sprung Maryland DIAMONDS JEWELRY NV -XTCHE9 GIFTS Expert Watch leuelr, and Optical Repa: mg ""'P"l'FX TS UF MARLBORO JEWELERS GEORGE L WELLS Main Sfreef Upper Marlboro Maryland ll YY Y V . . I . 4 I 4 L A I A . ., . l . . ' E, 1 . D A Member Federal Deposit Insuranee Corporation . . , . . I I , , - -T. J . -. . I I Pyles Motor Company, Inc. 3600 BRANCH AVENUE S E SILVER HILL MARYLAND Phone Jordan 8 3600 THE ENQUIRER GAZETTE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND Th C S UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND e ounty eat Newspaper ob Pfllllmg In the Hear! of Marylands ESTABLISHED rllbllflfl 6011711735 UPPER MARLIORO MARYLAND Phone Marlboro 3398 Munbu I-uhm! Dcposn Insurance Corporation Niemhu I-ederal Rcsuu System -. , , 7 T I x "+T- I 0 'I I : 0 I J ' ' H Q V h All ' .' I ' A 1 I' in I' A .'. ' I Q l A .- T 1 1-,-4, I' . Complzmenls of WILLIAM E MILLER FURNITURE COMPANY WASHINGTON D C H H MACHINE COMPANY F0015 XND GFNIFRXL NI XC HINI XIORK WIIDING 6664 WALKER MILL ROAD SOUTHEAST WASHINGTON I9 D C Phone Jordan 8 5522 FOR BETTFR FIFANIXK YIRIICE T R Y SUITLAND CLEANERS SUITLAND MARYLAND FARM SERVICE AND SUPPLY CO Ceniral Avenue al' Crain Highway HALL MARYLAND Marlboro 361I Com lzments of BILLHEIMER 81 PALMER SUITLAND PHARMACY 4692 SUITLAND ROAD S E SUITLAND MARYLAND Phone Hillside 2974 TOBACCO TRAIL TEXACO Bonn: HALL TIRES BATTILRIES AC CILSSORIFS II fulung Polzshmg TURNPIKE RESTAURANT U S ROUTE 301 and MD 4 ON THE PIKE AT DISTRICT HEIGHTS Phe Iavorzte Rendezvous for Teen hlqen Meet the gang any evenxng for your snacks and Iountam specials UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND Marlboro 3353 O l I " . ,..1','i.i ' " , . . I-'ICED - FARM Sl'l'I'LIES - HARDWARE y h . I F . ' ' L77 ' Sullivan Ford Company f IOSLPH F Sl Ll IX AN IR Marlboro 3385 3386 HALL MARYLAND MERTON COALE C eneral Merrhandzse UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND fum lzmffnts f MARLBOR0 BOWLING ALLEYS Complzments of C IEF S GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE F1111 lzmfnls HARRY S INC GEISBERT GULF SERVICE 0 a mzle for a smzle and pleasant Ian ue 5217 MARLBOIIO PIKE CORAL HILLS Jordon 8 9525 THOMPSON BROTHERS I-l RNI ll Rr zu m fl fee mm 1220 26 GOOD HOPE ROAD S E WASHINGTON 20 D C L R ll ul Sturm Ludlow 4 6000 . 'I . .I l , 7. I , . , p A .' u ,J p ' ' .- ny H ' ' . ! . ,. , . "gg ' A ' Slf:".' - lfln ' Cfn"'ing . ' l'1"" Frc- Parking ca ' .' '- PLANTERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, INC. Operated 113 BUCHHEISTER BROTHERS UPPER MARLBOR0 MARYLAND Phone Marlboro 3571 PUFFENBERGER 8. MOORE INC Wlshes to Extend Congralulatlons to the Class of 52 7112 MARLBORO PIKE DISTRICT HEIGHTS MARYLAND Jordon 9 9110 I o COMPLETE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERACE PRINCE GEORGE S BUILDING ASSOCIATION INC UPPER MARLBORO MARY LAND BINGER BROTHERS Coal and Ieed Dealers UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND Phone Marlboro 3397 Complzments of SAMUEL W H MELOY CAMPBELL S ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Sales and Servzce GENERAL ELECTRIC, APPLIAINCILS MARLBORO MOTOR SALES 5TUDhBAK1gR H 81 H BRIAR PIPE COMPANY IMPORThD BRIAR PIPLS Manufaflured and Repaned 6664 Walker Mill Road S E Woshlngfon 'I9 D C Jordon 8 5522 WILLETTS GROCERIES 8009 MARLBORO PIKE Open on Yundays Phone HI 9563 DISTRICT HEIGHTS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Phone Hlllslde 4174 1054 Marlboro Pllle Disfricf Helghfs Compliments f WESTERN AUTO STORE UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND PARKLAND SERVICE CENTER as 1 fuss 11111165 Iulnzralzon Bnttffrles 7101 MARLBORO PIKE Phone Hillside 9555 RUSSELL S SHELL STATION urrn Mnuzono Mnvuuo MARYLAND HOME TITLE COMPANY UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND I I o Marlboro 3387 ' ' ' ' : . ' ' ,Ma " G -0'l ' 'A - ' I iq, JMQTV ' -'jg-, I v 1 nf W 1? T 'ff A-ff 5 Mag , ig ,X iff: '35, . gt . '-Q . an e ' I 1 1 MARLBORO TOBACCO MARKET INC The Blrthplace of the Loose Leaf Market m Maryland Opemled by Hall Brothers and Summers Phone Warehouse 3669 Home Marlboro 3614 PML F Smnnns Manager WAYSON'S RESTAURANT DRURY MARYLAND W'e speczalzze m STL-XKS CHILKILNS S1-.-X FOOD DINNERS Phone Wesf Rlver 7522 M B VVAYSON Prop Complzments of GEORGE T IURROUGHS RIPPLE SERVICE STATION Upper Marlboro Maryland Marlboro 3639 SUBURBAN HARDWARE STORES Prrerylhzng I'0r Home and farden 7105 Marlboro Pike ai Dislriel' HGIQIITS Phone Hillside 3435 HUDSON ESSO SERVICENTER D 'l Box 15 Upper Marlboro Md Logan 8 9678 CK PIER I LORIST 4040 Alabama Ave S E Waslnngfon D Vlcfor 1323 Say It I1 :th Plouers Complzments of MR and MRS FRED SPINKS PORISTVILLL NIARKILT Foresfvllle Maryland FORD LUMBER CO , INC Marlboro 3315 Lumber Millwork Building Supplies Bunlders Hardware Palms STEMBLER 8. FORD INC Hillside 3315 U I o ' . . . , . 1 - A ' . 1 ' a - r I I ' ' , 9 I U Tires - Tubes - Batteries - Accessories R.F. . - 0 A . . D I C E l I .. . .. ' 20. . C. 4. v 1' - V n . ' , . . . Enterprlse Dairy Farm MITCHELLVILLE MARYLAND Registered Holstein Fnesnan and Guernsey Phone Bowne 3390 CAPTAIN NEWTON H WHITE USN lkefl Owner MR STANLEY K WALLICH Manager MR G MAYNARD KOONS Herdsman EUGENE CHANEY EXCAVATING Shovels Graders Bulldozers Road Bulldmg Drlveways UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND Phone Marlboro 3439 Marlboro Lumber Company, Incorporated LUMBER MILLWORK UPPER MARLBOR0 MARYLAND Phone Marlboro 3368 H LEE LEXVIS Manager Complzments of RI'I'Cl'lIE BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME UPPER MARLBOR0 MARYLAND 24 HOUR SERVICE Phone Marlboro 3391 BUILDING SUPPLIES CARS TRUCKS HAGER CHEVROLET UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND Parts Scmzze PHIL S ESSO SERVICE cnAlN HIGHWAY AND CENTRAL AVENUE u s Rout: 301 TUBES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES Greaszng Car W ashzng 24 Hour Scruce S 81 F LUMBER C0 INC HALL MARYLAND Structural Tlmbcrs Hardwoods Txmbcr Plllllg Plankmg Southern Maryland and Vlfglllla Pina Nlgllf Union 2513 Marlboro 3389 Phone Marlboro 3388 CRAVLL ROADS CONSTRUU 1-SD AND REPAIRLD FORESTVILLE SAND 81 GRAVEL COMPANY 8100 MARLBORO PIKE Telephone Hlllsade 6623 H 0 P K I N S Sunoco Servlce Stahon ROUTE NOS 301 and 214 Phone Marlboro 9868 6 A m to 9 pm WRl'CKl R SIRVICI' MCCORMICK DEERING TRACTORS Implfments Tmfls and Hmdz are MITCHELLVILLE MARYLAND 1 - , C' I . I L - ! D . . J R 1 1 ' E Produrers and Distributors . , , . , I 4 L - I , ' c ' v 0 I . SUITLAND CROSS ROADS SUITLAND,MARYI.AND 24 HOUR SERVICE HILLSIDE 3300 Marlboro Electrical Supply ALONZA C YOUNG CUMPUUY ALL1s CHALMERS TRACTORS .Sales and Yerwce WEST IINGHOUSIL APPLIANCES All Crop Haruesters and Implements UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND UPPER MARLBORO MARYLAND Ib 3301 ,hone Mar on Phone Marlboro 2458 DISTRICT HEIGHTS ESSO l EMPLUYMENT ' MWA and PRUMUTIUN Save time, save money, and begin a career earlier by attending STRAYER. An ideal success formula is - Strayer training plus Strayer Employment Service. Evidence that you are qualified: The B.C.S. or M.C.S. degree from Strayer College of Accountancy, or the approved Secretarial diplo- ma from Strayer College of Secretarial Training. Wr'te for catalog or call in person for information guidance or registration STHAYEH GULLEGE l3th and F Streets NW Washington 5 D C NAtional l748 X N X 4 s. 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