Frederick Sasscer High School - Elm Yearbook (Upper Marlboro, MD)
- Class of 1959
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The 7959 AElm
Frederick Sasscer High School
Upper Marlboro, Maryland
This year is very important to everyone at Frederick Sasscer,- because
it is the Tenth Anniversary of our school. But to the Class of 'ff59" this
year is more important, because it is our Graduation Year. In years
to come, memories will grow dim and friends will wander to the
ends of the earth and perhaps farther. So, with this in mind, we present
the "59" ELM to remind the Seniors and everyone of the events and
happenings of this year at Frederick Sasscer. We have tried to capture
in the ELM the spirit of youth that belongs to us for so short a time.
In doing this, we hope we can also succeed in recording forever, our
friends at work and at play.
The Products of Our Efforts
Senior Class 5
The Culmination of a Decade
Sports and Organizations 3l
They Will Make Our History
Mr. E. Ray Dixon
Our guidance counselor, Mrs. H. Walker, A-44
discusses curriculum changes with E. Curry, ,,,"5gZ.N"..,':,,-Q-ngg'--V-N"
Mr. Vernon V. Houts
With the best interests of the students at heart,
the administration of Frederick Sasscer functions as
the governing body of our school. Seldom has a
school had the privilege of obtaining such an out-
standing group of people.
The faculty of Frederick Sasscer demonstrates
an abundance of knowledge, loyalty and a sincere
interest in the problems of the students. Not only
do they recognize these various problems, but work
hand in hand with the students until a favorable
solution is obtained.
C. Carrick, and M. Courtney. fi-I
Typing those absentee bulletins every morn-
ing for the entire year we have Mrs. Lucia
Starkey, secretary for the school.
BARBARA JAY JONES "Bebee"
"Todays patience mm' gerterosily are loniorroztis
Elm Staff, Majorette Leacler, Girls' Sports, Intra-
mural Council Secrctary-Treasurer, Student Court.
All Sasscer Night, Band, Dramatics Club, -Ir. Class
ROBERTA EILEEN DIXON "Berta"
"Life is very short and very' tmrerlain: lei us spent!
it as well as we can."
Elm Staff, Cheerleader, jr. Class Treasurer, Girls
Sports, All Sasscer Night Court, Sophomore Class
Treasurer, Intramural Council, F.F.A. Sweetheart.
Band, Queen's Court at Fair, National Honor So-
Ambitimt: Secretary. xi
JOAN H. RODENI-IAUSER "Ioni"
"The mill cannot grind with water lllIll'X past."
jr. Class Vice-President, Library Assistant, Yearbook
Business Editor, Cheerleader, F.T.A. Secretary,
Student Nurse, Noniinator of two Student Council
I Amlzititm: Airline Hostess.
ROBERT YATES CLAGETT "Yates"
"Knowledge comes, but wisdom. lingers."
Editor of the Newspaper, National Honor Society,
Student Council President, Varsity Soccer, All Sasscer
Night Court, Senior Dramatics Club Play, junior
Honor Society President, Basketball.
GERALD F. CRAN FORD Cel .tld
"The mind of each man is the man ltintselff'
President Student Council, President National Honor
Society, Soccer, Basketball. Baseball, All Sasscer
Night Court, Dramatics Club Play, Presitlent Jr.
Amlzitimt: College flingineeringj
PAUL EDWARD BEALL "Pauline"
"If worry were tlze only cause of death than he
would live forever."
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, F.F.A., Tobacco judging
Team, F.F.A., Poultry Judging Team, All Sasscer
ROLAND WAYNE BEALL "Ball" in
"Don't do today what you mn fmt off until to-
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F.F.A., Basketball. 1 '
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BEVERLY IIANICE BEAN "Bev"
"To know is nothing at all, to imagine is every-
Secretary-Treasurer Intramural Council, Girls'
Sports, Student Council Representative, All Sasscer
A rn bition: Secretary.
ELLEN MARIETTA BOLIN "Mary'
"God never closes a doorg He merely opens another."
Student Council, Tennis-Trampoline Club, All Sas-
MARY JANE BROWN "-Ianey"
l'0pen rebuke is better than secret love." Proverbs
National Honor Society Treasurer, junior Honor
Society Secretary, Elm Staff Assistant Editor, Cheer-
leader CoACaptain, Secretary of Intramural Council,
A tnhition : Undecided.
ADELINE C. BURROUGHS "Addie"
"For we that live to please, must please to live."
National Honor Society Secretary, Elm Business
Manager, Thespian Society, Girls Sports, Student
Council Corresponding Secretary, Secretary Sopho-
more Class, F.H.A. Secretary, junior Honor Society
Treasurer, All Sasscer Night, Intramural Council.
Ambition: Private Secretary,
C l Allllli CLARIANIJ ILXRRICK "Butch"
Let us cross the river," he said, "and rest under the
shade of the trees."
F F A., Tumbling Club, Rifle Club, Auto Mechanics.
Art Club, All Sasscer Night.
A mbition: Undecided.
MARSHALL W. COURTNEY 'Honey
"Life is painting a picture, not doing a sum
Basketball, Soccer, F.F.A, Newspaper reporter
EDWARD MILLER CURRY "Eddie"
F F A., Stage crew, Soccer Manager.
CLEVELAND DEWEY DIXON "Clevie"
"I don't want to be a millionaire, I just wan! to
live like one."
F.F.A. President, Vice-President, Soccer Co-Captain.
Basketball, Baseball, Band, Sophomore Class Vice-
President, Dramatics Club Stage Crew, Tumbling
Ambition: Arc and Acetylene Welder.
DENNIS NEAL DURITY "Derby"
' 0 The difficulty in life is the choice."
Flm Staff, Student Council, Library Assistant, Li-
brarv Club, Theatre Arts Club, All Sasscer Night.
Rifle Club, Auto Mechanics Club, Photography
"' Ambition' Survevor.
NORMKN IQDXVIN ICNTZIQXN "Norman"
"The wisest man is he who does not fanqv that he
is at all."
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Tumbling.
Ambition: College llingineerj.
JANE MARIE GARNER "Janie"
"I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence
Cometh my help."
A mbition: Undecided.
ROBERTA .IILL GOSNELL "Jill"
"You've got to have some pepper to be worth your
Thespian Society, Elm Staff, Student Council Club
Representative, junior Honor Society, junior Dra-
matics Club Vice-President.
Ambition: Private Secretary.
VVILSON E. HAVENNER "Uncle Sonny"
Hitting the ceiling is no way to get up in the'
FFA Manager Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Head
of Stage Crew, All Sasscer Night Court.
Ambition Live to bc a hundred.
JAMES MELVIN JETT "Jett"
GERALDINE IRENIL HOPKINS "Jerry"
"Divine Love always has met and always will meet
every human need."
Editor of the Elm, Intramural Council Vice-Presi-
dent, Girls Sports, Junior Honor Society, Junior
Dramatics Club, Fashion Show, National Senior
Ambition: College fHomemakerj.
"Man is the only animal that blushes or needs to."
Soccer Team Correspondent, Soccer, Basketball, Li-
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MARY LORRAINE JONES "Mary"
"Politeness is to do and say the kindest things in
the kindest way."
Girls Intramural Council, F.T.A. Club, Girls Sports,
Office Assistant, All Sasscer Night.
MARY EMMALINE KIDWELL "Kitty"
"Happiness adds and multiplies when we divide it
Nurses Club, Library Club, Historian of Library.
MARY ELIZABETH KING "Betty"
"I we uarrel with our ast, we will destro our
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Girls Sports, F. H. A., Patrol Club.
XVILFORIJ RANDOLPH LAMM "XVillie"
"Tis better to remain silent and be thought a fool
than to speak out and remove all doubt."
BARBARA MAE LUSBY "Barbara"
"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evi-
dence of things not seen."
Girls Sports, Dramatics Club, Trampoline-Tennis
Club, Library Club.
HELEN MARSHALL "Helen"
'i "A day for toil, an hour for sport, but for a friend
'Q life is too short."
Library Club. Trampoline-Tennis Club, Girls Sports,
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ROBERT ALLEN MCCOY "Bob"
"A big book is a big nuisance."
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Tumbling.
Ambition: U.S.A.F. or Phys. Ed. Teacher. ' I
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-IAMES ROLAND MOORE "Cotton Top"
"lf you're in the right, argue like a man: if you're
in the wrong, like a woman."
Soccer Co-Captain, F.F.A., Basketball, Baseball, Bas-
ketball Manager, Soccer Manager, Student Council.
All Sasscer Night, Boys Tumbling, Boys Hi-Y.
Ambition: Armed Service 8: Farming.
MARIE SUZANN MYERS "Suzy"
"What wisdom can you and that is greater than
Caravan Staff, Photography Club Secretary, Girls
Sports, Future Nurses Club Vice-President.
SANDRA MAE OLIVER "Sandy"
"Here's a sigh to those who love me, and a smile
to those who hate meg and whatever sky's above
meg here's a heart for every fate."
National Thespian Society, Elm Staff, Library As-
sistant, Dramatics Club President, Chorus, Library
GRACE LOUISE PEFFER 'Gracie
"The only way to have a friend is to be one
Treasurer Library Club, Library Assistant Choir
VIRGINIA IOLA PLOTTS "Ginny"
"We know what we are, but know not what we
Library Club President, Elm Staff, Student Council
Secretary, Library Assistant, Choir, junior Drama-
tics Club,.All Sasscer Night.
ROBERT ALLEN POORE "Bobby"
"Haee olim rneminisse juvabit. Addiof' fLatinj
Elm Staff, Student Council, Library Assistant,
Theatre Arts, Auto Mechanics.
Ambition: Law, Foreign Service.
ADELINE BELLE PRICE "Pricey"
"The mildest manners, and the greatest heart."
Secretary of Stamp Club, Dance Club, Chef Club.
THOMAS JOSEPH RAWLIN GS
"Work hard but have fun."
Soccer, Baseball, F.F.A., F.F.A. Sentinel.
i STANLEY LOUIS RODENHAUSER
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', "lWhen you say that-smile."'
.7 1President Sophomore Class, President F.F.A., Vice-
wv President F.F.A, Basketball, F.F.A. Tobacco judging
Ambitiorr' To be 21 success.
GLENN EVERETT SASSCER "Cactus'
"No good man ever grew rich all at once."
All Sasscer Night, Auto Mechanics, Visual Aids,
Library Assistant, Library Club, Elm Staff, Photog
Ambition: Ele ician.
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MELVIN DOUGLAS SHERBERT
"Ours is not to reason why. Ours is but to do
MC of Library's Halloween Coronation, MC of ff
Band Concert, MC at dances, Reader in Christmas
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JERRY B. SHREWSBURY "Jerry"
"Character is not made in a crisis-it is only ex-
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Student Co ncil, They
pian Society, Band. , ,P X ' .-
Ambition: Navy Engineering. ffQ'l!LLLL,. Qbilifv
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MARY ANN SMITH "Smitty"
"The supreme happiness of life is the conviction
that we are loved."
Treasurer Library Club, Girls Trampoline-Tennis
Club, Girls Sports, Library Club.
DONALD LOUIS STRINE "Donnie
"No one knows what he can do till he tries."
Caravan Sports Editor, Basketball Scorekeeper,
cer, Baseball, Band, Student Council.
Ambition: Physical Education Teacher.
JANICE LEE SWEENEY "Janice"
"Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot
see the shadows."
A mbition: Stenographer.
ROSE MARY TALBOT "Rose"
"Make your words be worthwhile, or speak not at
Intramural Council, Girls Sports, Vice-President
F.H.A., Future Nurses.
DONALD ROBERT TAYMAN "Smoky"
"What a Man misses mostly in heaven is company."
F.F.A., Boys Tumbling, Art Club, All Sasscer Night.
Ambition: Work for Safeway.
MARGARET M. THOMAS "Margaret
"Cast all your care in God, that anchor holds!
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ROSE D. THORINGTON "Snookie"
"It matters not what you are thought to be, but
w at you really are."
heerleader Captain, Caravan Staff, All Sasscer Night
L L'Court, Library Club, Student Council Representa-
tive, Future Nurses Vice-President, Library Assis-
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MARTHA JANE THORNE "Martha
"No one is small who does a small job in a big wax
President of Future Nurses, Girls Trampoline-Ten
nis Club, Girls Intramural Council, All Sasscer
DAVID LEE TUCKER "Old Tuck"
"No matter what the learned say, I still my own
F.F.A. Vice-President, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball,
Band, Dramatics Club Stage Crew, Tumbling Club,
F.F.A. Sentinel, Chairman of F.F.A. Banquet '57,
ROSE ELLEN WALKER "Rose"
"Do unto others as you want them to do unto you."
Art Club, Patrol Club, Girls Sports.
FRANCIS MURRAY WHITE Wllltey
"As men live so the die "
Elm Staff, Newspaper, Photography Club President,
Soccer, All Sasscer Night
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DOLORES M. WHITTINGTON "Loy"
"There is no book of the law so dem' to each man
as that written in his lzeartf'
Treasurer Nurses Club, Tennis-Trampoline Club,
Junior Dramatics, Chorus.
LINDA MAE XVILLARD "Wendy"
"Her little tongue is never still: talk it must and
talk it will."
Ambition 5 Service Air Force.
lXlll.lJREll JANIQT XVYVILL "-lullet'
"Keep true to the dreams of thy youth."
Senior Dramatics Club, Senior Dramatics Play,
Nurses Club President, Library Club, Library As
sistant, Patrol Club, Secretary, All Sasscer Night
Am bition .' Nurse.
Honor and surprise . .
Disgusted coach . . .
Mary Haile Marguerite Shugart
Mathematics, General Mathe-
Algebra, Geom- matics.
Carolyn Buck and William Brietenbuck construct
and explain a problem in the second period
Dividing 787 by 39 and then multiplying the
quotient by 56, offers no difficulty to this Sth
grade math class.
s finds the solution to un algebra problem
Kennedy and Russell Roberts cheek his
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ley to Francis White, "that diamonds
are the hardest substances known to
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J if' y Randall and LeRoy Norfolk as they refocus
N ,Lt one cclled animals.
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FUTURE BUILDERS O1-' AMERICA: Drawing to
correct specincations are R. Tnymun, R. Moore.
and L. Beall.
AGRI-HYPNOTISM: Mr. .Xdznns lectures on the IJCIICIIIS
THE BIG MACHINE: K. Moore starts the tractor as KI. Parker and J. Sweeney make 1511!-Kill' IVWIIIS
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final adjustments. . - g
This has to be precise: J. Halteman looks on as
T. Wilson saws away.
Knit one purl two are Mrs. Dule'y's instructions
to these two Home Economics students.
. Emily Duley Zane Overly
Home Econom- Industrial Arts
Projects Galore: L. Covell, R. Thames, and C. Smith finish
up on last minute details for a burning light.
Dresses and Design: Home Economists design and sew on
the latest fashions.
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Brotherhood Week is clearly expressed as the students
exhibit dolls from many foreign countries.
Bringing the World
Attentive listeners take notes on the traditional dress of
the Norwegian people in this eighth grade core class.
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Mary jo Barrett Ina White
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Spelling Power: A seventh grade core class tries
to grasp the art of spelling.
Into the Classroom
Miss Lobe's class of World Geography is busily involved in
their studies of the day.
Problems of Democracy, a class reserved to the study of
our nation, its people, and the various problems which have
arisen in our country since its founding, is a special class
available only to the Seniors. The purpose of this class is
to orient the student with the functioning of our govern-
ment and the basic conception of our economic enterprise.
American History, the realm of the American port, is wide open
for exploration, and these juniors are on the verge of finding how
interesting it really is.
Solving World Problems: J. Garner,
A. Price, D. Durity, G. Sasscer, and
j. Sweeney take advantage of a
Modern Learning: Charles Von Garlem partici
pates in the American History class by way of
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While gathering material for a research
paper, the 12th grade English students learn
methods of taking notes.
Wayne Ashby, Bill Lee, and Paula Terry listen and
English, P. 0. D.
take notes as Paula Tessitore reads her theme.
These First year Spanish students are learning to
read and pronounce Spanish words by practicef
These students discover that a test in Spanish II re-
quires great concentration.
Brotherhood Week begins as these Sasscer students 'I 'X
Set UP 3 displal' of our fofell-In nelgh ' Of - Sweet melodic refrains drift from under the music
Af fx! room door as these future Carusos and Callases exercise
Q! ,JW their vocal chords.
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JR. HIGH CHORUS: left to right: first row: M. Richardson, D. Windsor, B. Tucker, S. Chitty, M. Woodward, E. Buck, R. Finn
P. Hutchinson, L. Boswell, E. Entzian, R. Richardson, sponsor: Mrs. Turner. Left to right: second row: C. Bean, B. Miller, G
Thames, C. Hanson, M. Cave, D. Duncan, L. Tayman, j. Simpson, T. Chaney, L. Boice, P. Nichols, L. jones. Left to right
third row: L. Harris, A. Graybeal, T. Wilson, R. Woods, N. Windsor, F. King, B. Cranford, R. Sweeney, S. Sonka, M. Moran
Barbara Jay jones, Sandy Oliver, and Roberta
Dixon are shown working in the school office.
This is required by their office practice class.
These groups are very intently studying bookkeeping, an
essential part of the llth Grade Commercial course.
, t yt sys
These ambitious students are prac-
before the arrival of
This group is shown
in their general busi-
ness class. It is the
first commercial class
that the 10th grade
jill Gosnell is pictured here dictating shorthand to
Virginia Plotts before class.
Joni Rodenhauser checks the speed
and accuracy of the personal typing
Mary Jones and Mary Kidwell are learning how
to run two of the various business machines
which are part of the commercial curriculum.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION: In the air
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is Willy Lamm during a gym period.
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Queen: Roberta Dixon
Ninth Grade Members:
Eighth Grade Members:
Seventh Grade Members:
We proudly present the King and the
Queen of All Sasscer Night, Jimmy
Moore and Roberta Dixon. They have
excelled in sports during their years at
Frederick Sasscer and have participated
in many other activities.
The Court members are chosen for their
sports ability and popularity within their
classes. They have proved themselves to
be good sports at all times.
Mr. Houts congratulates the King and
Queen after Mr. Vincent Holochwost and
Miss Ada Mae Warrington have assisted
. . ' hoosin them.
Donnie Strine and Mar ones m C g
Bob Clagett and Jill Gosnell
Gerald Cranford and Barbara J. Jones
Norman Entzian and Jerry Hopkins
Claude Boswell and Elizabeth Swanson
Johnny Anderson and Joyce Talbot
Wesley Randall and Rosalie Sweeney
Phil Cranford and Phyllis Miller
Robert Burns and Sandra Teasdale
Robert Evans and Ambler Bowie
Faculty and Senior boys rough it up JoAnn Clendenin begins her routine
in a basketball game. on the trampoline as others watch.
ouch!! Now than my hack you just And they all came tumbling down!
put your knee in!
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junior Majorettes perform. . , .Xnd the Colorful Pom Pom girls.
Coach Pietras and "Yates" Clagett share the
spotlight with the Class B County Champion-
s ip trophy.
Will it make it . . .P
The Makings of a Champ
For the first time in Frederick Sasscer's
history, we came through with a champion
team. Due to our fine coaching and drill-
ing we met and defeated our opponents
with considerable ease.
Although athletically classified as a
Class C school Sasscer tied Surrattsville for
the Prince Georges County Class B
Championship and entered the Class C
tournament at Suitland.
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JUNIOR VARSITY: Standing: Mr. Peterson, F. Wyvill, R. Garner, L. Terry, T. Starkey, C. Buchheister, R. Talbott, M. Mitry,
P. Cranford, Captain, D. Brooks, J. Rawlings, L. Diggs. Kneeling: E. Poe, J. Gardiner, J. Perrygo, V. Versurah, R. Sothoron.
VARSITY: Left to riglzlf R. Moore, I'
F. Ridgely, R. McCoy, J. Jett, Couch
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Cap ming J. Moore, J. Shrewsbury, B. Clagett,
' G. Cranford,
BASEBALL TEAM: Left to right: front row - C. Buchhiester,
A. Catloth P. Beall A. Armstron N. Entzian E. Beall, D
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Strine, G. Cranford, T. Rawlings. Second row - J. Anderson,
J. Shrewsbury, J. Flynn, W. Ashby, C. Boswell, E. Walker, P.
Cranford, E. Dorsey.
Gerald Cranford winds up to fire another one
as Sasscer prepares for a successful baseball
Ed Walker takes a healthy swing as
the Sasscer bench looks on.
Joni Rodenhauser Mary Lo
Mary jane Brown
Bette Sue Plummer
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Bob Clagett and Al Woods converge upon the
Suitland goalkeeper who has just made another
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GIRLS INTRAMURAL COUNCIL: standing: right to left: Beverly
Chaney, joan Cranford, janet Windsor, Emma Jean Buck, Mary War-
field, Muriel Curtin, Paula Terry, Linda Chitty, Judy Mussi, Irene
Duley, Elaine Dixon. Seated: right to left: Martha jane Thorne, Rose
Talbot, Beverly Bean, Secretary 8: Treasurerj Joyce Talbott, Presidentg
Bobbie Hopkins, Vice-President: Mary jones, Barbara Manson.
SOCCER TEAM: Center - J. Moore, Co-Captaing C.
Dixon, Co-Captain, Botttom Row - J. Shrewsbury, N.
Entzian, E. Beall, D. Strine, J. Kelly, B. Clagett, G.
Cranford, F. White, D. Tucker, T. Rawlings, H. Fenno
'Top Row - ' eall, R. McCoy, G. Steadman, G. Harris
B Wilson ,gm J. Beall, 12. Walker, J. Loveless, J. jettl
another Suitland attack.
Frederick Sasscer's defense tightens up for
STUDENT COUNCIL: Left to right: Ser1tf'rl.' J. Windsor, A. Bowie, C. S. Hough, D. Durity, lf. Bunting, R. Talbott, Jr. High
President: C. Buck, Treasurerg B. S. Plummer, Vice-President: G. Cranford, President, J. Thorington, Secretary: V. Miller,
Howell, L. Norfolk, C. Buchhcister, A. Caddis, V. Vfantv. iff! to right: Stmzdings Mrs. XValker, Sponsor, C. Madison, N.
Sasscer, D. Beall, H. Durity, B. Clagett.
The Student Council ol Frederick Sasscer is
the most active organization within the school.
As well adhering to the wishes ol' the students,
the Council sponsored many activities this year,
including the selling oi' Christmas candy, the
presenting of a Talent Show within our school,
and the sponsoring of the "Southern Showmanf'
a talent show presented by the S.M.R.A.S.C.
For the first time at Frederick Sasscer a new
type of student publication was tried. This new
publication, called the Caravan, proved to be
one of the best newspapers in Sassc:er's history.
Twice weekly the staff met in its press room
behind the stage and put together at very color-
CARAVAN STAFF: Left to right: First row: J. Pnshec, B. Wilson, F. Bunting, B. Clagett, Editor, D. Strine. J. Rodenhauser.
Second row: F. YVhite, R. Phibbons, B. S. Plummer, D. Duncan, A. Gaddis, J. Thorington. Tltirfl min: A. Graybeal, J. Green,
J. Ginn, D. Thorington, S. Myers. Fourth rrmt: Il. Lee, J. Shrewsbury, P. Terry, D. MaGrnder, Howell.
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-IUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY: Left to right: first mu'Hl'. 'l'er1'y, B W1 son
Treasurerg J. Hook, D. Brooks. President, A. Gaddis, Ilntzian 9
Birdsong, L. K. Boicc, Second rout-C. Buck, V. Miller, L. Chitty B
Hopkins, Secretary: L, Miller, K. Naylor, D. Beall, T. Burns. l'lynn I
Howell, CZ. S. Hough, -I. Perrygo, V. lvzuitl, D. Francis.
Surprise is regisleicrl on Tommy
Burns' face as Paula Terry shows him
the way to the stage
Leadership, scholarship, citizenship, service
and characterg these five admirable traits ex-
emplify the members of the National Honor
Society. To be inducted into the Society is the
highest honor that can be conferred upon 21
student at Frederick Sasscer High School.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Left lo right: first row-G.
Cranford, Presidentg E. Koons, R. Dixon, AI. Gosnell. Second
ron'-N. Entzian, AI. Hopkins, D. YVantz, F. Bunting. Third
mu'-M. QI. Brown. Trezlsurerg .X. Burroughs, Secretaryg C.
Boswell, B. Clagell.
THESPIANS: Left to right: B. Clagett, S. Oliver, A. Burroughs, Miss lVilson, J. Shrewsbury
Foundation For the Future
LIBRARY CLUB: Left lo right: First rozv: D. Hutchinson, l.. Hutchinson, M. Smith, Treasurer, 12. Copeland, Vice Presidentg V
Plotts, President, G. Peifer, Secretaryg M. Kidwell, Historian, J. Peffer, Sergeant at Armsg I.. Tayman. Second rotv: C. Lewis, R
Windsor, C. Bean, M. Hardesty, V. Walton, J. Boswell, D. Windsor, S. Sonka, K. Chochola, M. Thomas, G. Berry, B. Entzian
Third row: A. Moore, A. Moreland, S. Talhert, G. Bcull, H. Marshall, B. Lusby, B. Binger. T. Smith, P. Sanner. B. Miller, N
Rose. Fourth row: W. Heim, C. Hanson, N. Wlindsor, R. M. Smith, T. Wilson, J. Perell, M. li, Tydings, R. Walker, P. Sokolo
ski. Not Pictured: P. Wilding, F. Stephens, M. Cooksey, Cl. Stezidman, E. Thompson, N. Woods, J. Perry, B. Cranford, L. Jones
G. Thames, C. Anderson, B. Beall, J. Bcall, B. Chaney, S. C L. Davis, L. Gray. M. PZ. Rirhardson.
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MAJORETTES AND POM POM GIRLS: Front:
B. J. Jones, Majorette Leader. Second row: left
lo right: Pom Pom Girls and Jr. Majorettes: M.
L. Bean, J. Clendenin, J. Simpson, J. Howell, N.
Williams, C. Simpson, S. Teasdale, B. J. Dixon,
R. E. Sweeney. Third row: Majorettes: L.
Turner, M. Militzer, N. Moore, K. Holtzman,
C. Beall, C. Sherbert, D. L. Weatherholtz, and
Sounds From The Fields
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This year our band, under the direction of Mr. Guzman, has provided us with entertainment at many of our
school functions. They performed well, and we were proud of them.
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SENIOR DR.XNI.-XTICS CLUB: Left to right: First rozv: WVyvill, S. Oliver, President: V. Dixon,
Miss XVilson, Sponsor: R. Page, B. Cnflagc, S. Allen, Vice-President: Distad, S. Jones. Bark
row: B. XVilson, Secretary: E. Koons. Treasurer: D. Hill.
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CHORUS: First row: Left to right: R. Sweeney, li. Ritihzlrtls, M. Richardson, 'lll'lOl'lIlgl0ll, I. Mussi, l'. Miller, C. Naylor, B.
Wilson, P. Duley, M. Duvall, E. Rodcnhunscr, V. Vcrsusuh, R. Sothoron, Koons, K. Smith, AI. Ginn, -I. Atkins, -I. Simpson
QI. Koons, B. J. Dixon, P. Klingler, B. Cuflztgc, S. Birtlsong, C. Ruin, Second row: V. Dixon, B. Plumber, N. Williams, L. Chitty
D. Francis, C. Sherbert, DeV21ughn, Lloyd, Slll'CWSlJlll'y, R. Page, Burroughs, S. jones, V. Wzinlz. D. YVantz, E. Buck, C
Buck, Pushee, sponsor: Mrs. Turner. Third mtv: Cl. Hanson, .L Catldis, D. Distatl, W. Rllllllllll, R. Tllznnes, R. Kennedy
Ii. Wlindsor, R. Talbott, D. Cooper. II. Flynn, l'. Brown. ll. Dislzltl, M, TllK'lil'l', C. Lewis, Nl. Wztrticltl.
After School Activities
Where's the net? . . . Concentration might win it . . .
Shaping Creative Minds
PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB: Left to right: F. YVhite, President: -I. Little, S. Myers, Secre-
taryg WY Lamm, E. Buck, Treasurerg C. Sasscer, Mr. Overly, W. Havenner, R. Poore,
SCIENCE CLUB: Left tu right: M. Cllmmhers, Mr. l"zn'ley. mponsorg R. Page, Secretary Y. Yersurah. Treusurerg L. Norfolk
Presidentg B. Sutton, Librarizmg W. Lamm, W. Bailey. Srrrnzd row: J. Parker M. Moran, J. Peffer, R. Hazel W. Brilen
back, S. jones, P. Sokolowski, B. Schmidlkofer, T. .Xrnolcl. Third rrmu' W. Thomais. R. Czlllotli, D. lleall, S. Chiltv ,WNY Heim L
Baldwin, L. Hankla, R. ll'IlI'l10Cl'i. R. Felty. 'll lv00flM'1-lffl, li. Szlsscer, J. Brziclforcl. I, J
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA: Lvl! lo righl: Ififsl muh' G. Reio, D. Francis, L. Chilly, 'lieasurerg C. Naylor.
Secretaryg G. King, President, Mrs. Dnlcy, Sponsor: I.. Chaney. Slrnzzling: P. Dnley, P. Szmner, S. Birdsong. J. Beall, S. Talbert,
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: Sealed: li. Slmup, l'. lkcaill, K. l'uunsbcr1'y, Cl. llurrick, lj. Loveless, J. Cage, K. Moon,
XV. Havenner, D. Duley, li. Bcall, President, .-X. .Xrn1strnng. Slmzrling: H. Fcnno, Mr. Adams, Sponsorg M. Beall, E. Curry, II.
Sweeney, Vice-Presidentg J. Kelly, Treasurer: ii. Harris, S, Roclcnhallscr, T, Rawlings, D. Tucker, CZ. Dixon, X. Bcall. C14 Lusby,
J. Parker, Sentinelg G. Huff.
JR. HIGH NVRSES: Left to righf: First rozw: Pnrrlv, Nl. Morznm, B. XVz1ll:ic'e, Hvde I WVinclsor D Iuihv D XVinclsor. M.
Coolwcy, C, Moreland. ll Hutchinson. Ii, Nlrnrzxn. I.-ell In riglzlr .S'f'mnrl rozv: A. Rznlvlirlgs, C. Iffelllll, 4Priee, Thomas, R.
XVooclG, NI. Richzmlwun, N. lJeC'enriw. N, lfrznnmix, I. l'2ll'l'4Cl', R. XVulker, M. Hzmleslv. Left to riqlzlx Third rozu' M Tydings, M.
Royer, . Brown, .L Bowie, I.. Gray. IS. Nlillcr, Y. Walker, G. Kennedy, ii. Hanson, AI. Boswell, Mrs. Brown, Sfvongor.
FUTVRE NVRSES: Imfl lo right: Firsl why C,lle11ll, CI. YN'yvill, M. Bradshaw, D. Tayrnan, S. Myers, Vice Presidentg C.
Beall, EI. Pursclmwitr, Prexirlcnl: NI. L, Bean. Rawlings, li. Swanson, J. Naylor, P. Lent, D. L. Yveatlrerlgpltz, Coober,
D. Hill, M. .-X. Xfarlielcl, l'. lleull, S. Pzzyn -, Mm. lflxnn, SponscENC. Sherbert, Secretary-Treasurer, E. Buck. .
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lLlRI.S BXDMINTON CLUB: Left to right: Sianzling: Cooper. M. Militzcr. 12. Buck, D. Hill,
M. Smith, I. Duley, V. Dixon, G. Farrell, J. Koons, A. Moreland, C. Lcwis, K. Holtzman, D.
bztrncr, V. Miller, C. Sherbert, B. J. Dixon, P. Klinger, sponsor: Mrs. Burgess. Left to right:
Smlffzl: li. Riclmrds, P. Terry, R. Yvall, B. Hopkins, J. Thorington, B. Wilson. J. Cohey, M.
Tucker, J. Hyde, L. Turner.
TENNIS-TRAMPOLINE CLUB: Left to right: Standing: sponsor: Mrs. Burgess, H. Marshall
NI. J. Thorne, D. Thorington, J. Talbott, M. Smith, B. Lusby, M. Jones, B. Hopkins, J. Koch
Smled: Thorington, B. Bean, S. Davis, V. Dixon.
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INTRAMURALS CLUB: left to right: hrst row: B. Sasscer, B. Lamm, R. Catloth, D. Beall, C. Hill, D. Beall, J
Buckler, R. Moore, L. Beall, C. Smith, D. Hutchinson, B. Thomas, G. Moore, C. Thomas, R. Thames, F. Stephens
second row: R. Loveless, T. Kidwell, S. Chitty, R. Fenn, G. Hutchinson, W. Hopkins, R. Burns, B. Mishell, D. Thames
B. Moore, O. Moore, J. Holterman. third row: B. Evans, M. Chambers, L. Beall, N. Sasscer, C. Bowen, J. Calderback
P. Duley, P. Sweeney, R. Felty, T. Wilson, R. Richardson. fourth row: L. Miller, F. Sasscer, D. Hutchinson, F. Chaney
R. Thames, S. Trammell, J. Bradford, T. Woodward, T. Burroughs, G. Warnock, D. Brady, W. Bailey, R. Lambert
fifth row: B. Sutton, C. Madison, P. Sweeney, D. Beall, J. Hill, C. Starky, T. Terry, T. Hutchinson, J. Peddicord, R
Poore, R. Burns, K. Mulhern.
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BOYS TUMBLING CLUB: left to right: first row: B. Lamm, J. Loveless, V. President: J. Beall, W. Randall, A. Catloth, W.
Lamm, President: A. Armstrong, Secretaryg J. Beall, R. Catloth, E. Pce, J. Gardiner, B. Braswell, B. Thompson, C. Hill, J.
Thomas, T. Wyvill. second row: R. Burns, F. Sasscer, S. Chitty, W. Bailey, G. Hutchinson, D. Hopkins, J. Arrington, R.
Sweeney, N. Hodges, J. Rattie, M. Beall, E. Thomas. third row: M. Little, R. Binger, R. Rattie, W. Mishell, R. Talbott, N.
Entzian, B. Curtain, G. Kidwell, T. Wilson, C. Raulin, P. Sweeney, T. White. fourth row: R. Loveless, H. Fenno, E. Stamp,
R. Thames, G. Steadman, J. Duley, C. Smith, T. Burroughs, J. Buckler, O. Walker, R. Moore, T. Wedding. fifth row: C. Madi-
son, P. Duley, L. Beall, P. Tayman, B. Sasscer, L. Baldwin, T. Arnold, G. Chaney, F. Langley, J. Bradford, M. Chambers, S.
Trammell, J. Shrewsbury.
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Business Manage r
Barbara Jay Jones
HELPERS: Left to right: Suzy Myers Prancis White
Jimmy Jett, Janet Wyvill, Robert McCoy
Miss Violet Fonner
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Elsie Mae Thorne
Mary Ellen Tydings
Dorothy Mae Windsor
Ann Langluttig '57
Smokey Davis '58
Stanley Austin '57
Beth Norfolk '58
Bessie Ann Thorne '58
Joyce Boswell fShiHletj '51
David Brown '57
Mrs. E. M. Talbott QBirdsongJ '56
james B. Berry
Freddie Royer '57
Barbara Ann Thomas
Doris Carrick QCurtinj '54
Bob Satterfield '57
Lucille Thorne fPlottsj '54
Lucille Wyvill '54
Mildred Baden '35
Elizabeth Strine '37
Timmy Ridgely '58
Anna Mae Bolin '57
Robert Simms '53
Mrs. Chester Moore '54
Pauline Williams '57
Charles Thorne '52
Mrs. Ruth Wood fThorneQ '54
Mrs. Helen B. Chaney
Mr. joseph Chaney
Mrs. Betty Smith Durity '34
Mr. 8c Mrs. Raymond Carrick
Mary K. Curry
Mr. 8c Mrs. Henry Dixon
Mr. 8c Mrs. Aubrey Hoover
Mr. 8: Mrs. George Moore
Mr. 8a Mrs. Robert Dixon
Mrs. Adeline Shrewsbury
Reginald Burroughs, jr.
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Hardy 8c Sons Store
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Marlboro Department Store
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Garner's Liquor Store
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Buck's General Merchandise
Russel P. Kiker
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Marlboro Bowling Center
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Dr. Bernard Totz
Mrs. R. V. Boswell
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Frances G. Woods
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