Frostburg State University - Nemacolin Yearbook (Frostburg, MD)

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Sports Equipment and Athletic Goods C Best Wishes To the Graduates 0 The Gift Shop 20 Broadway Frostburg, Maryland MCCrory's 5C and IOC Store "The Modern Shopping Center of Cumberland" 'For All That is New-Shop at McCrory,s First 06!LLZLAel4Jlll:C cJ'7a'.4Ai0l1J E for the Lady Compliments Otto Hohing Sz Sons Selling Men's Wear for 35 Years Frostburg, Maryland O ' G. Kear Hosken ' Buying Shoe Repairing is Like Buying a R. R. Ticket, More . A You!-N Jewelela You Peay thi Farther S ou o 'CLVLC644 0 I 134 Baltimore Street FRANK T Cumberland' Md' 96 E. Main st. F1'0Sf,bl.l1'g egi cumnEnuun's 5. o'liii X ':" Q y Y umon mn: B EER MOUNTAIN WATERS MAKES TNE DIFFERENCE! Make a Habit of . Y F1 ostbui 2, Mal 3 land For All Your Shopping Cumberland's Own Store for 91 Years Funeral Dlrectol Betwx een Cumbeiland and The CRYSTEBE LAUNDRY oo. Phone 936 0 Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Rug Shampooing Fur Cleaning, Storage 0 201 South Mechanic Street Cumberland, Maryland PALACE THEATRE The Best In Movie Entertainment LYRIC THEATRE . Jeffries Bros. jewelers Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Exclusive Agency for Stieff Silver ii Frostburg, Maryland ' NATIONAL HOTEL Your Kodak Dealer Compliments Of Compliments of Country Ham, Steak and Chicken Dinners The J. R. GNAGEY, Prop. A . . ' SEARS RoEBUcK Grantsville' Md' T SC S Hltchms Bros' ' ' ' Co. sz COMPANY Drug Store h E Department Store 1T9 Baltimore Street S G E S T O R E Opposite Post Office Main Street fx Cumberland, Maryland Main Street ' A Frostburg, Maryland Har Frostburg, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland i Compliments of Edgar L. Harvey Florist Flowers by Wire Invites you to use our special COI1'1plll'1'1G1'ltS Frostburg' Md' lounge on the second floor to of a rest and to meet your friends in Cumberland C Fyignd IHC. . Baldwin Pianos Harris' Restaurant . CThe Choice of Artistsl Radios, Phonographs, Music Records, DINE and DANCE Mil1iDeI'S Band and Orchestra Instruments. Terms if Desired 47 Main Street 5 -9 S. Liberty St., Cumberland Frostburg, Md. Compliments of Southern Hotel 'k 133-135 North Mechanic Street Cumberland, Md. Compliments of Keller Rexall Store Grantsville, Maryland New York Shoe Rebuilders PATSY mom, Proprietor We Call for and Deliver OPPOSITE V. M. C. A. ione 1938 Cumberland, Md. Wise Graduates Buy Their Clothes ,at Burton's -Q . 129 Baltimore St. Cumberland Hamilton, Elgin, Bulova, Gruen, Benrus Watches X ofams-Wmrqgm, mxyu 'ly :rf 'ES . , YZ' .. , F zi' 1 , f Avg- I 5 ' 6-2 Baltimore ' Street Cumberland, Maryland S. T. LITTLE JEWELRY Co. Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry Established 1851 Films and Cameras Developing Eycrman Studio Phone 2692 14 Frederick Street Cumberland, Md. "Lots of Luck, Graduates" We'l1 add just one thought in extend- ing our wishes for success to every graduate . . . Remember . . . good clothes, properly worn and cared for, can help carve a most enviable spot for a man in busi' ness or the professions. Let us help you to success, through clothing quality and styles Worn by America's leading men! . U ' q Portrait Photography Schwarzenbach's 113 Baltimore Street, Cumberland, Maryland Commercial Photography Cumberland, Maryland Try Our Advertisers' Products Casselman Motor Co. Chevrolet Sales and Service Phone 12 G 12 Grantsville, Md. F. C. DIEHL C. O. BENDER The Cumberland News The Evening Times The Sunday Times Leading Newspapers of the Tri-State Area When Building a New House or Making Im- provements Be Sure and Specify That Your Q R T 0 , S Heating Plant and Plumbing Fixtures Come From E ri-State Ch 1 P1 h . . lf S CII 'E 85 Y "Sales and Service" Compan 0 310 Commerce Street CUMBERLAND, MD. TUBES TIRES f ACCESSORIES Estimates Cheerfully Given ir 0 ' OWRN R. HITCHINS. President JOHN STEWART, sea-etai-y PHONE 300 S n FROEL JBURG 'ma - . R r-.-- A . ., ,,,w., 2 Q Years' Experience in Printing of School News- papers and Year Books. This Book Is From Our Presses. FIRE W TURN! La A There is no getting away from the fact that if you want your printed message to be read by the people with the money to buy, it must be Well printed. We really pride ourselves upon turning out attractive Work. Our plant is equipped with modern machinery especially adapted for the production of high class book and commercial printing. Our motto is: "What's Worth Printing Is Worth Printing Well." QQEREALED PEGHNTHNQ 31033330 PHEEMGDNTQ We V250 F- - I A C30 JN Fl? DOROTHY RULLINS SHIRLEY GATTENS ALICE RAMEY VVALTER HEDRICK MARY KING WILSON HALDANE KINGTON - IRVIN DU V ALL STAFF MEMBERS Ruth I-Iarnnier Vvatson Mowbray Mildred Webreck Betty Everline Ted Fcote Sue Sweitzer 'ff i The pictures in this volurne of Nemacolin, with the exception of the senior sectionyremfnt student-amateur photography. ' ta e i e A W 2 F I fi? 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Nemacolin The man of yesterday That student of nature VVho, in the form of an Indian warrior Saw in the beauty of a sunset Not the end of a perfect day But- The pause before the birth of a new hour. Who Found it necessary to step on the heels Of the slow and the Weak In his endeavor to leave behind A name- Who left to posterity Neither fame nor fortune But merely A memory We honor An American. WE SZEAILQJTFIE Q Q Q Q The Seniors of T940 The Progressive Spirit The Future and .... Destiny Men Moments in the Making CGCIDNTJEBNWS Book Une Book Two Produce great men . . . in which the students and the faculty get together. Sailing beyond . . . in which extra-curricular activities lend color. Book Three t Book Four Star-dust trail . . . in which sportsmen achieve fame. Turn down an empty glass . . . in which is re- viewed the end. 'G ,YW ,BABW or ,, A 'mc Qufuv-L. gauge s wk 2 'H' H' 3 s"'M '95 .y yo? fa d 1 9 ry 1 05 4 Y 'od 0 9' .Q I- '4- 0 'AY ' fCPHN.3.sQ 407 e' :X ' Kia M., Sn okjj h'.S y fx g ' o . v ,.- 'fb qx 1 .M 1, f .,' Q- 0 f Q +5 v v- QA iv' 7 "fl 1' 'J 3... f 9 0 L 7 Q og 6 'r Jo ka Rua' cl "3, ow. NY JP, 'Q A sie' at ' 0 4 Cf J: fu ju 0 have bee 4'g, Q . Z 5 L -, P V -P 0 Q I 0, A f' 0 V' , fx, 8 .11 4-,, 0- , v f v 'f lv 4 9' 0 5 L- 3 '- X. JNW1 e 4 -'Q f f-, . -. A - jf wi' Z .sx It :Gu 1 ' fi 7 1 .2 yn -: -1 ' 5 4 30 X? .: 'L " 1 2, .- A . 0 V 5 0 .L -19 -1 . 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A. and Graduate Study, Columbia University The president Of State Teachers College Frostburg, Maryland, Is a man Interested in the building of teachers, The making of future leaders, The molding of outstanding characters And the blending of personalities. 7 He considers the student-the individual The individual-a personality, And a personality Something to cultivate. I-Ie is willing to aid, If aid is needed- To push If a student pauses- To defend If there is a cause- And to rule Regardless. He stands for a closer union Of faculty And students, And dreams of a future In which the college Will step out of its ivy-covered Walls Yawn- And expand. We give you- Mr. John L. Dunkle, President. George McClellan English Department Rita Casey ' Angela Brady Margaret LaFar Ruby Dahlgren Irene Condry College Elementary School Teachers M f 'xl 1 - , V af ,.,uOocfW.. fir- f ff ' Dr. Martin Harnrick Helen Y. Hough Lillian Wellner Dr. Newman Wade Mildred Tighe Chemistry and Psychology Librarian Women's Athletics EdL1Cati0I1 Office Principal of Elementary School Adelaide Wall Dietitian and Dean of Women George Carrington Men's Athletic Director Maurice Matteson Head of Music Department Dr. John Austin Jump Zoology and Biology Department Louise Shaffer History Department Ivan C. Diehl Geography Department Ann Comer Assistant Librarian 'THQ SEHK! Four years have gone, Slid through the needle of time Like the thread of a thought. It's been a putting off of this finishing thing VVe've done. It was something ahead, Something to fear, Something to dread- But that time would never come. It came And now, There'l1 be no more attending classes Nor loitering in the halls. There'll be no more sharing books Nor writing themes, Nor study jams. No more making momentary dates, Nor carrying on. There'll be no more taking trips With all the gang, No thrills at games. CThey'1l forget our faces, As we'l1 forget their names.J Oilicers DOROTHY VANDEGRIFT, President MAX NORDECK, Vice-President JANE EVERLINE, Secretary RUTH WACHTEL, Treasurer .. wal. CLASS CID? MMD There will be no more singing in a group, Nor dancing in the gym. No formal dinners, Nor day-room scenes. No more stolen library words, Nor books on reserve, No tests to take, Nor grades to make. There'1l be no more romance As the campus brings. No training school, No campus Spring- - No roaring wind To make us dream. No more watching leaves go skimming by Nor walking on corn-flake ice. No more step gathering, Nor out-town sprees. No more anything, So it seems. Dear God, We're Seniors And we're through. Mt Q,..gg0.f .S+ M MMM X JEANNE ARTHUR M Sings because she can, Is gracious because she is, And smiles For the mere pleasure. HARRIET CALLIS Seems shy and poetic With an inner spark That leaves No smoke. OBERLIN CHANEY Combines mentality With sportsmanship To secure a total Of personality plus. RUTH AULT Is as cheerful As a Christmas-tree light, With an ingrown Giggle. CLARABELLE CHANEY Is a conversationalist With an aptitude For saving situations With surprising grace. LOUIS CONNOR Hides beneath his quiet manner A devilish art for mischief That maturity has only ripened Not squelched. ERMA COOK LORRAINE CORWELL Has two feet Upon which she invariably stands . A And acts her part- Life. With her mass of red glory And healthy smile May be termed Condensed sunshine. SARA JANE CRAFT PAULINE FORSYTH In the light of experience, With Pete In the art of making friends, Goes this sincere belief, And in the view of past events "I CHD, ' y ' Is cosmopolitan. If others did." MM , D lr 9 'X TW fy he 4' ll W7 Q3 v1v1AN FIKE ANR E ERLINE 'Will never allow drudgery Has been so Willing To interfere To carry the burden with 8 moment or two Thaththe students have used Of honest fun. er To the best advantage. 4Jfg4...4,fl4-144-L, U , If ' ,AJ fa-4-71-og., Efyoudf .,'fwv'f1fw7,r' .wluvf-1. - .3 1 'Ziyi-Nt' - , LENA GEORG Is rather regal Toned down By a love for excitement And a love for love. MILDRED KERR Believes in the idea That good times Aren't hand-me-down's, But self-made things. EDWARD KRONTZ Let this suffice, If there were another Krontz In F. S. T. C. He'd be the president. MARY FRANCES HECKLER A Bolshevistic comrade With a noisy hilarity And a special talent For collecting friends. . ' . .f Y x ju 4jY1 rlxf fl j!f'!7VL 84 I fL"'J ' ROBERT K112Q3X1UPf l I ,ff VM!" W' If IW , K . fffif' 'I , Voiceslizeling 41, ilff' 4' Through tone qua1itX,f,,f And adds to the Face value. f My " . fyiff' JUNE LUETHKE ls sophistication Personified- Mellowed P With feminine traits. DONALD MCLUCKIE An exceptionally good student 'With a Weakness for women That has linally centered Itself on one. CHARLES MORGAN Indoctrinates his speech VVith beliefs-and ideas. Is an all-round good fellow, Anddnanllota Alpha man. LhJuy 1, ,J-a-fvA- , CJ H,,.,,af,L.z.4,,.wv-f+ Z-W-n WFT! ,.,.,. 75:-.W4fa,llw1- WW'-f' 7a4,.,,4,a?a1 M71 L" KARL HECK D Comes from Pocahontas In God's country And for four years Has been a State figure-head. 'oivmlayox v 4 Mv- Usd-J -55. 9 wt .Qalll -lv vu-xlsif 9-JA. X-gove3Yy,A,A,sgXiQiQq MMAAOXQ, xoyg 1 News MW LNB AF" if KATHERINE MEESE Allows rhythm To sway emotion Hence is the Class of '40's Best dancer. MAX NORDECK Extremely soft-spoken Young man, That usually thinks of the consequences But goes ahead anyway. LEO RICE Better known as Pat, Is a basketball ace. An Irishman- VVith a grand coiffeur. VKN1. Xollow QOOA lxucnyg Foxtel yy y 'PQ-,Jn X BETTY SCHNEIDER ls a queen, past, And present. Is an actress And very active. V IVIAN TEDRICK Has been called "Toughie," Which contradicts The mellow voice, And cordial manner. RUTH WACHTEL No one can point a finger At Ruth, in scorn, c!A1,4,.27,2.,:4,54,b, xvfrfczia-.1 jfr 14,6 -A41 5. Cliff' rw .ijgvtbw af f . .Q QM ,:2'v...Z' f.:44r Inav- I S fb4A4w Q, gd Y .4.. QL 2QMffeU5aaafaf07aawfvpffQ 1 5, tj Love, 35 f They call her, Is unique But likable by all. ' VVILLIAM THOMAS Sports add to his life More than college ever will Because Bill Has to live to be alive. HELEN WHITWORTH With the heart-shaped face Is serene, For Ruth sets an example, A lady, Yet is human. And has exquisite taste. l5J..g4j ' "Q 0 Q I 1 ' fl . v L4' '7'0"f""' ,f!":,,4.A.-s-.ell-:JNL-,I . K,Lf:-w..l--.,,.Z JL' LQIILL, gifs,-pc. f ' ,. .1 . 1- 1 ', 1 - f ' TWH," H ' XX 'Q , lyf.4Lf"afZ+Aj ,Ni-1 -,,,,.f '- L g.. J v xiii. !-T., 4,f'1.j -ull' AJHVJHLI. .K l f I4 l"!v.-,J :Jaws bl. lk' L ,-La 'K.'.4.fblf' '--A 'f N. 'Li-Q, fl rkf-'ff 'I .' 1 ' s vxxvl r'--, . kiwi 1 Q A I low, ak in ami ,:""4"g fg rf ff MW ,lamp gash? 7? Having reached This point The Senior Class steps out Of scholastic affairs, Of low-cut drapes, And borrowed tux, Dons the cap- And dull black gown of knowledge Drags a foot After a foot And treks up the path To receive The awaited Sheepskin. Education has been reduced To mere Certification. Pea' hxlw-"Al T T i ybhhqgsy gui, L0St.L-T-Sdhnql 462-'Ay-4... 7,355 Ll-L11 utk Q44 all Mrs-4.'xsnn-sg-uj'? - V J-ice e md bk-..f.lJ' CHARLES VVILT Just a Garrett-countian With an accent, A speed mania, And a healthy laugh. DOROTHY VAN DEGRIFT Is the out-standing Senior, Both in her manner of .4 approach, Her disregard for authority And the Senior assurance of her Ability to succeed. HOPWOOD WOODDELL There is only one Hop- Twin personalities as his Could not exist, Hop is Hop-the Senior light. 253911739333 WEA. The incessant chattering of the wind W'rapping the college in a fringe But-the bench is silent. Sentiment is thick, Familiarity breeds contentment, Friendships so loosely tied Become entangled in lasting knots. The wheels of time move on. . Down the "Old OX Road"- Encircle the memory in thought. The grass, the trees, the walls, The ivy, alive and loose. The men, the women, and a face. The forgotten lore, the clasp of a finger, The ice on the branches, the dew on the hedge. The fear of what might have- The pleasure in what did. The sainting of professors, The ability to stand. The chance at success-and steps going down The thrill at a game-the ecstasy in a cheer The fellows on the floor, A ball in mid-air, And a whistle. The dances, the dates, the classes kept and cut. The hours of tension, the moments of despair. The laughter and hilarity-- And life- Free and the pursuit of- We've played-at least. TEE JUJINIHQDES CLASS The Junior Class Having come this far Goes farther Rather than retract Or retreat. The professional school Of teaching Slain-hainmered into the intellectual Lesson-planning of the future Un-hues the rosy dreaming With the drab truth- A job. Not a job of teaching a youth, Or any youth Officers The Sclentlfic approach, , HELEN SIMONS, President To the concentrated arithinetical facts DWIGHT ROY, T1.eaSul.e1, OfieX11-b00k010gY, ORVA EYE, sem-eral-y But H Job of guldlllg- KENNETH SLEEMAN, Vice-President Of teaching the fundamental basis Of laughter, Of satisfaction, Of knowledge- Not bound by an index, Nor controlled by a copyright. A job of impounding one fact- Citizenship. Thus, The Junior Class, Moves ahead. Q A w 4 l l ,W EWYY Y , , J Pauline Beachy Grantsville, Maryland Amelia Brode Frostburg, Maryland Frances Crist Cumberland, Maryland 5 Wllfflwf hlffvigfijiyyx sPPE.H THEN We are The ancient freshmen, The mature sophomores, The future seniors, And a class of intimate strangers To the secrets of elementary-school teaching We are A group of students Of average intelligence, Personality, and face value, That is Well distributed To the class as a whole. We are Neither geniuses, Nor dullards, Nor past masters In any of the arts that might Well Mark us as exceptions to the rule. We are First, people- Then, Juniors- And finally, Teachers- We hope. will l li5,M,,l5Qfl,l Wwifw XNQQSKSN lil Muriel Davis Shirley Gattens Frostburg, Maryland 0 Barton, Maryland Orva Eye ' .1 .X f -v - 7 Hinto if wwf Ur I J - . ' -' rv jj fvi , JJ fi Frances Gower Angela Hannon WiHiamSP01't, Mafylfmd Cumberland, Maryland Ruth Han mer M K Cumb land, f n ' f . , cr, f I I .W W W 5 ' q! 0, K 1,- ' f' 'ld - r ' -MW' V, ' 6' , M d l 1 F110 brig, Iaryl A , My V Leon Klompus , J A, dj' , Cumberland, Marylandm MM I p""' B ' . 'A M M , d Naomi Mackley Dorothy Mont Thurmont, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland MLM! f Martha Meek 7 Frostburg, Maryland AJ 1-L.QsJ afslwnwfv fu.,-,..,, . llevg-5 Alek, vmair 1 Wffwiniim W f W i fm -A Claudine Opel Goldie Ritchie Accident, Maryland Midlothian! Ia'y1a W imap Alice Ramey 7q,,,, Frostburg, Maryland Q - W . iid I Dorothy Rollins A X 15 WFreQ.Sacco XVesternport, hlarylandm .b Frostburg, Maryland Ji I W - l gf. ak' ark, R aiaiwf' 1 ff '4- M i W fi n yi ,uonsi ' John Thomas I f '24,-rf! . f ,,fV'HjjQ,,i,F1ro,s'ebu1-g, Maryland fl xcjifx Bal-ton, Maryland 5, '.34, ' .. 'dr e n if Mar d Q, M Joseph Wagner Mary King Wilson Cumberland, Maryland Rawlings, Maryland Mary Katherine Wilson Frostburg, Maryland - THE S PEJCDIMCIDERE DLZEASS Instinctively We've done Things. From picnicking on a lake To rat-capping the innocent, From feats of sportsmanship To acts of sheer audacity. The steps to be taken We either took, Or skipped, As the fancy struck us. Our group has boasted Of those of the highest intelligence, And those who merely passg Of students of art and music, Of students of nature, Of students of beauty and culture, And students of chance. Such depths And heights Combined Make but our natural curve- Variety. Officers WILLIAM SAYLOR, President JOHN MEYERS, Vice-President BETTY ROEMMELMEYER, Secretary N INA VVEAVER, Treasurer d 4 rif ' 'LA I ' ' 1 u Marian Boyland Jessie Bryant Rachael Carey Charles Wolford June Carr Harold Conrad Cumberland, Maryland Hancock, Maryland Fruitland, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Midland, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Francis Cosgrove lene Davis Ellen Devlin Mary Louise Dunne Charles Eberly Eleanore Eisel Cumberland, Maryland i y, aryland Lonaconing, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Q NT? 1' r il 3 ali ie Siiiiiiiili C rw.--W U.- s -an V e..'. ,.. TNA ii? TQ? W. . Elizabeth Everline Elizabeth Eves John Feldman Mary Filler Mary Helen Gnagey Sebastian Grabenstein Hagerstown, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Eckhart, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Grantsville, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Eleanor Gross Leroy Himmelwright Luther Huff Mary C. Kenney William Klipp William Lamberson Frederick, Maryland Eckhart, Maryland Grantsville, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Hagerstown, Maryland Barton, Maryland Frances Lammert Robert Metger John C. Meyers Alma Moore Lionel Middleton Vifatson Mowbray Frostburg, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Lonaconing, Maryland Hagerstown, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Barton, Maryland Eugene Morgan James Peters Betty Roemmelmeyer Vernon Robeson William Saylor Earle Savage Midlothian, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Aviltoni Maryland Middletown, Maryland McHenry, Maryland Nxkggwvi mail June Lee Shade Frederick Sheeley Joseph Shockley Edith Skidmore Leah Stakem Ervin Smith Cumberland, Maryland Lydia, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Lonaconing, Maryland Oakland, Maryland Arvella Swain .lean Weaver Nina VVeaver Margaret Whitson Dorethy Williams Emely Wilson Williamsport, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Rawlings, Maryland Ja? gig! ' Q Charles Appel 3 Cumberland, Maryland Helen Boyd Lonaconing, Maryland Ralph Koontz Frostburg, Maryland Augustine Peretti Frostburg, Maryland Irvin Du Vall Cumberland, Maryland Mary Weimer Mt. Savage, Maryland SGD?-933 IMGDHRES the Camera Missed W ff' David Beck Frostburg, Maryland Haldane Kington Cumberland, Maryland Carl Langham Barton, Maryland Ralph Roth Cumberland, Maryland Jack Thomas Frostburg, Maryland Sarah Jane Wolfe Cumberland, Maryland Marvin Bell Cumberland, Maryland Helen Hansel Frostburg, Maryland Mary Larkins Cumberland, Maryland VVilliam Shuff Smithsburg, Maryland Mildred Webreck Cumberland, Maryland Katheryn wb Frostburg, nd MMM M Wr5fii'2J ,WXM S Q wry We men, N -o the mpus, xx to t ' college e. We a e the men 1ned to tep u A are the notices KN are the suckeis, e are the good fellows, D ' , qu I d. , e are a m ey group. tv Ri are willing to learn. W'e are the new blood, VVe are the chancers, XVe are the students to Too precious to lose. We are the fresh men, The life of this place. We are the fuel For its speed. We are the pegs To fill the holes Left vacant By seniors passing on And soon Forgotten. Officers and Representatives Top row: Howard Sine, Theodore Foote, Stanley Stahl, James Reynolds. Bottom row: Gail Litton, Betty 0 green, Greenya, Conway Matthews. . , I1 l 4....J 'lvfd' ,-". 'p ' Em.. -F' 8 xg' 1 J. 'Q Ai 4, " V v s A i n I , X , Kathleen Barnard Mary Jane Beckman ' John Blackwell ,fir 7 " Betty Breakiron l 1 ' f 1 Cumberland, Maryland Long, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland E X 1' 1' Cumberland, Lfaryland I' , .if Eva Beck Elsie Beeman - Hair Frostburg, Maryland Lonaconing, Maryland QW lvlidlandllvlaryland V1 ff- gym. 4 f ' Theo Carnell Helen Corwell Norma Dayton Cecil Edwards Cumberland, Maryland Clear Spring, Maryland Westernport, Maryland Grantsville, Maryland Francis Carrington Anna Davis Shirley Driscoll Waterbury, Connecticut Frostburg, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland B vsepr 545-JL.-.z.,C1-z, vo. l NN1D.A+o.J..S Suas ..-, ..f.,-, .- ..--- ff"" 'riirff-9 , x.-l V i , 4, . Y .I-Amway .J K X. ,N .f'f'5 N I . ' , , A: ' xljx, Leslie Eisentrout Lorraine'Eve'Fett ' Donald Golden Norma Grove Midland, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Louyse Eldridge Theodore Foote Betty Greenya Myersville, Maryland Lonaconing, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland 1r,,,.:,cpCAr,MQ X 4 " ,cw --Lou If juz' . . ' f -Ji" fU"f"54" W1ll1am Hanks V any .9 lV1ll1am Houc Joseph Kelley Betty Lee X Cumberland, Marylan -Gra tsx Ile, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Louis Haus Q ' Elsie Hunter Floyd Kunes Mt. Savage, Maryland QR? Frostburg, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland , NN we S-if Gail Litton Conway Matthews Harold Messman Robert M uma Hancock, Maryland Hagerstown, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Lloyd Marshall NVil1iam Merriman Eleanor Miller Williamsport, Maryland Barton, Maryland Lonaconing, Maryland Mary Nairn Helen Park Esther Price Mary Rankin Frostburg, Marvland Frostburgl M81'5'1i-md W9St91'I1D0l'f, Mafylalld Frederick, Maryland Martha Payne Betty Price Marjorie Railey F1-Ostbuyg, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Oakland, Maryland 4 4 Baal' Wiskgg iz R7 'QWA lolz: df Luci- H1-lux James Reynolds Betty Jane Ridenour Mary Alma Schade Daisy Shannon Mount Savage, Maryland Hagerstown, Maryland Frederick, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Velma Richmond John Robinson Mary Schaffer Frostburg, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Grantsville, Maryland Thelma Shay Raymond Skidmore Myra Ruth Snyder Mary Sue Sweitzer NVQSIGFDPOFI, Maryland Cumberland, Maryland Hagerstown, Maryland Mt. Lake Park, Maryland Elsie Shaw Ruth Sleeman Helen Stakem Ralph Swauger Hagerstown, Maryland Frostburg, Maryland Lonaconing, Maryland Jennings, Maryland Betty Tarbell Grantsville, Maryland Clarence Valentine Hagerstown, Maryland Betty Lee Whitworth VVesternport, Maryland Kenneth Wilburn Grantsville, Maryland Pauline Wilt Swanton, Maryland Margaret Winner Mt. Savage, Maryland I5 'll ,ff-4 Nellie Vifagner Swanton, Maryland Alyce Wilkes Barton, Maryland Janet VVishard Hagerstown, Maryland Z uf' 'liva- 00" -'5'f',.:awf' we T" it ' W fiffqirv' y,av-bffkf 130014 TWG Mom in His Dreams Paints Clouds . . . Plwake I Hs Sails Beyond - "' 11' ' X v Q J-v'fi""'7', Jw-4-1204 ,93,,,.,.,-J 7.I,',4M,,J.1Z.1.-1 .4A.AJ.AZ-0' 4 ' ,fs A ' W ll 'I T W' km 'Xe f , 14-J. Officers EDVVARD KRONTZ, President HARRIET CALLIS, Secretary DOROTHY ROLLINS, Treasurer STUDENT CONGRESS As ruling implies Law, order, And Management It applies Also To students And faculty- To classes, Clubs, Organization, Groups, And associations. It ties together In legislative understanding The core of the campus. It divides the greater responsibility, Combines the lesser authority, And seeks ambitious goals Through the task-master l Of i Leadership. s THE QC- C3333 The 4-H Club Here at State Is a branch organization Of a national group That has done Much For the youth Of America. Its theme, Condensed, Is- Head, Heart, Hands, When held high, Kept light, And clean- Is Health And Combined Is Youth. Officers HARRIET CALLIS CLAUDINE OPEL President Secretary EMELY WILSON FRANCES GOWER Vice-President Treasurer Ofiicers KATHERINE MEESE, President RITA CASEY, Advisor FRANCES LAMMERT, Vice-President FRED SACCO, Secretary VVATSON MOVVBRAY, Treasurer STUEE These commuting Students Find diversion From the daily trend Of studying Through mingling. They congregate in th Share chairs In the day lounge, They jostle And kid along. They cram for tests In hidden nooks, On stairways, And vacant rooms. They make their dates Between nine and four And live two lives In a single day. They have parties, Hold dances, And feed twice a year. And in government Are guided By their special Council. NTS e lower halls aaasunsimfr savannas These Are the dorm kids, ' Who eat, sleep, Live, study, talk, And for nine long months Walk the straight and narrow path 0" 7' if Of rules and regulations. if N, . These are the boys ' XM' 1 From Farrady Hall, kj The fellows From Doc's And the House of Kerr. These are the students T Who live by the bells, Who dance in the gym, And Study at night. And This is The House Council That presides. Officers JUNE LUETHKE, President ETHEL STOREY, Vice-President MARTHA FRIEND, Secretary ALMA MOORE, Treasurer ELIZABETH EVES, Recreational Chairman JOSEPH WAGNER, Assistant Recreational Chairman CLAUDINE OPEL, Social Chairman MAX NORDECK Assistant Social Chairman ADELAIDE VVALL, Advisor EEE EUEEENE EVENTS EEE Ofticers WALTER HEDRICK President SHIRLEY GATTENS Secretary BETTY EVERLINE Program Chairman This changing world Makes amends For its transgressions By providing Interest. The said interest In turn Provides educational Conversation To political or historical-minded Individuals. The Current Events Club Strives To fill a vacant hour In explaining- Not deciding Problems. YQWQ Q Q When the rainbow formed its pot of gold At either end, In which to pour It.s wealth of liquid gold, Somewhere thereabouts appeared a friend Who took the gold And scattered it away. This gold was found in small amounts Here, there, and everywhere, And those who found it, Got together- Linked hands, And formed a common lot. Hand in hand Across the years they skipped, Until one day They inet Around a festal board- And drank a toast Not to health, Nor wealth, Nor yet to one another. Each raised her glass And said, "Let's make life worth living? HELEN VVHITVVORTH, President MARGARET JONES, Advisor Officers First Semester CHARLES MORGAN DONALD MCLUCKIE MAX NORDECK JOE SHOCKLEY RALPH ROTH HGDTEA Z-533139 lib. SHGZMZA The Fraternity Of Frostburg State Teachers College Is the Iota Alpha Sigma And the only Male Greek letter organization Campusway. Holding a monopoly As well as Being individualistic It has narrowed its circle To include Only approved candidates. It comprises Men of rank, Intelligence, . And leadership, And expresses, particularly- Good fellowship. l.ord A-ilmiral Rear Admiral Exchequer Watch - - - RALPH ROTH Cumberland, lvlaryland - CONWAY MAT'1'HEWS Hagerstown, Maryland - GAIL LITTON Hancock, Maryland - C. E. VALENTINE Hagerstown, Maryland Chancellor - JOSEPH SHOCKLEY Cumberland, Maryland Grand Advisor - IVAN C. DIEHL Mascot - PUFF Members Marvin Bell Donald Mclalckie Cumberland, Md. Frostburg. Md. Walter Hedrick Max Nordeck Cumberland, Md, Oakland, Md. Charles Morgan Myersville, Md. xx! .- U 5' .N Zi . I emu Minnow mm T Phi Omicron Delta Officers Goes into its second year Delta - - - . LENA GEORG Of Greek lettership vice Delta - MARY KING WILSON With a flourish. Phi - DOROTHY VANDEGRIFT OlHiCl'OI'l ' ' From a G .. -d - - - A I . 'Ll'il LMA MOORE of eight P To a membership f Of nineteen, In the space of a year Is just one of the Steps Phi Omicron Delta Has taken. The Phi Omicron Delta, Along with its social activiti Initiations, Banquets, Dances, and parties, And its annual assemblyg Shows a partiality To music, And the remaining ine arts By offering A part scholarship To musical-minded students In a competitive examination Held sometime during May. Members BETTY SCHNEIDER es, JANE EVERLINE HELEN 'WHITVVORTH ETHEL STOREY RUTH VVACHTEL RUTH HAMMER HELEN SIMONS DOROTHY ROLLINS BETTY EVERLINE JUNE LEE SHADE ELLEN DEVLIN MARY MASTERS RANKIN MARY JANE BECKMAN BETTY GREENYA THREE SENIOR LITTLE THEATER EXPONENTS ILHTEPEE WHEAT Life is but a stage Unquote- Those who raise the Speak the lines, Act the parts Are inclined To live A varied life And full. A chameleon Character- Actor, Or stooge- Drama is art And 12131 curtain Art understood. Neophytes, Amateurs, Self-willed Learners Of paint And a cue. . Little Theater Campus Guild President - - JANE EVERLINE Vice-President SHIRLEY GATTENS Secretary - - - DWIGHT ROY Tl'63.SLll'9l' - - EARLE SAVAGE Program Chairman - JESSIE BRYANT Publicity Chairman ---- DOROTHY ROLLINS Advisors - RUBY DAHLGREN, MARGARET LA FAR KARL PECK THEO CARNELL KENNETH NVILBURN ELIZABETH EVES VELMA RICHMOND CHARLES WILT MURIEL DAVIS DAVID BECK MARY KATHERINE IVILSON MILDRED LARGENT HOPVVOOD VVOODDELL BETTY SCHNEIDER HAROLD MESSMAN SARA JANE CRAFT ELSIE SHANV JAMES PETERS ARVELLA SVVAIN JOHN BLACKNVELL HELEN CORVVELL ANGELA HANNON HALDANE KINGTON MARIAN BOYLAND NVILLIAM HOUCK SHIRLEY DRISCOLL MARY LARKINS 1 a 4 1 4.1 MARYLAND SINGERS President - DONALD MCLUCKIE Vice-President - HELEN SIMONS Secretary - - - JUNE LEE SHADE Treasurei '---- - ELEANOR EISEL Corresponding Secretary - RUTH HAMMER ORCHESTRA Manager ----. RUTH HAMMER Librarian - FLOYD KUNES MUSE It's an art Or a gift Inborn or gained. It's a depth Or a height Or a lot of fun. It's a rhythm A beat, A melody, or time. It's a feeling, A sensing, A knowing. It's something not yet defined VVith a leader It's quality. VVith practice- It's perfect. In college- lt's life. 'Mid waves of notes, and sharps, and Hats, With major, minor, bass and treble, Soloists, chorus, tenor, alto, soprano, bass: The Maryland Singers and The College Orchestra Merge with another year Of outstanding musical workmanship. The annual Christmas Musical Service Was caroled to another success By this outstanding chorus. Then came Faust, that opera grea Ytlhich brought to the Singers mo Because And the Orchestra's Splendid professional work In rendering music of the highest type Director Maurice Matteson deserves to be Lauded for his outstanding work In coaching the students of the Singers' 'Q re laurels and fame Through another outstanding musical year. T551 NEW! DIL N Editor - - - DOROTHY ROLLINS Assistant Editor - - SHIRLEY GATTENS Business Manager - - ALICE RAMEY Nemacolin was An Indian Once That roamed the hills Carefree and happy. Today he is a yearbook, And this 1940 edition Is but A little more brilliant Warpaint On his much abused Profile. In order to live The Topper has had Quite a few Transfusions Of New Blood. Still an infant Witli uncertain steps- This magazine gives promise Of growing VVithout passing through The age of Adolescence. The literary value Of Topper Is good- And, If you will pardon the expression, It's tops. mm Editor-in-chief Assistant Editor - - Circulation Manager Advertising Manager - DOROTHY VANDEGRIFT - - JESSIE BRYANT - - JOHN MEYERS - MILDRED NVEBRECK U"J?L?d Tl' E1 E 'E' Q El' Q Q The Future Teachers of America Claim That in the rofessional and civic relationshi s Ofiicers p P They do for the prospective teachers PQ 'd - - - - WVALTER HEDRICI' . . 1951 em X VVhat the training schools vice-P1-esidem - - ELIZABETH EVERLINE . Have previously done S - -' - - - - NINA XVEAVER . . . . enemy For the teachers' relationships with the children. Treasurer - LORRAINE EVERETT The F. T. A. Is a national organization Having a definite professional and cv aoataat v to Civic outlook. As an F. S. T. C. Club, It is as recently chartered as 1940. I BUCK THREE That Which Strides Ahead Leaves Fl Star-Dust Trail V 1 Rv X R 1 jig - . y X fx V 5, ll! -NS I -,V Nail' g -? .42-' Q4l ff- -- S 3 'lan LUCIDHNT ZSHFEEEEGTH ZASSQDCHZATHCID JOSEPH SPIOCIQLEY Afxre Cornbined ,President The men and the women Interested in the play activities Of the campus Under the title SPORTS. They supervise The ironing out of difficulties And strive To engage the college In active sportsmanship As Well as Sports. Here are your little brothers Of the star team. J ohnny's youngsters- Playing ball for pure fun, Fighting, slaving For J. V. honor. Here are the boys Of the hand-me-down The boys of spirit, The lads with a zest For speed. Here are the fellows VVho race madly down the court To throw covered air Into a Bottomless sack. Here are your Junior Varsity Men. JU HU uniforms, Blackwell, Muma, Litton, Kelley, Lamberson, Sacco, Myers, manager. Robinson, Conrad, Peters, Thomas, Shockley, Connor. Teams Played Loyola California Teachers VVestinghouse Tech Shepherd College Blue Ridge Duquesne Pharmacy St. Francis Alderson-Broaddus Davis-Elkins Gallaudet Towson Teachers Crisfield Collegians Salisbury Teachers Shippensburg Teachers Potomac State THE W RSHTT2? When the Varsity Bought their uniforms They stepped to stripes- Yellow-jacket stripes And hollow black Trunks. On the Hoor They changed their brand Of playing ball W Which fooled the public And swamped The opposition. They lost To Chance, Who plays as good a game As they- But made a scoring record That hit the news- Gimp's boys Made a name. ZEXSHSETP ZEAHQHQ TE T13 Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg Frostburg 36 5S 51 29 46 76 61 G0 42 S0 39 75 2 50 53 55 52 78 59 93 77 Loyola - - - Westinghouse Tech - Blue Ridge - - - - - - e .-+'1'!'WNl."v'1FF:'l1Q-:1-w..a.,?'Hmw,-Nw, , R .4 , is N1DHVHEDU3Z?AE. Rice. Leo - Meyers, John - Bell, Marvin - 46 Thomas, Bill - 40 Wagner, Joe - 32 Nordeck, Max - Carrington, Jake Points 1 2 24 St. Francis 33 Skidm0Pe,RaV - Davis-Elkins - - - 79 Connor, Louig h Shippensburg Teachers 49 Chaney' Oberlin Westinghouse Tech - - 52 Thomas, John - Potomac State - 46 California Teachers - - 33 Shepherd College 39 Potomac State - 50 Duquesne Pharmacy - - - 43 X Alderson - Broaddus fforfeitj 0 Shepherd College - - - 40 California Teachers 48 1 Gallaudet - - - - 43 St. Francis - 42 Blue Ridge - - 32 Towson Teachers - - 33 Crisfield Collegians - 36 Salisbury Teachers - - - 46 Opponents 919 Won 17, Lost 4 CQGDERHNG - 331 - 245 - 219 - 164 94 T9 50 21 S S 5 THE QDCC'-C353 EZ?-A 'T TE Left to right: William Houck, John Thomas, Louis Connor, Gail Litton, James Peters, John Meyers, Charles Morgan, VVilliam Thomas, Jack Thomas, Max Nordeck, Oberlin Chaney, Fred Sacco, Harold Con- rad, NVilliam Shuff, VVilliam Merriman, Coach Car- rington, and Charles VVilt. For such an outstanding Record Of scoring State Teachers College Takes pleasure in Bringing such an Unusual team of Regional players to Glory. This is the iirst team On the campus Ever to hold the honor Of South Atlantic Champions UTEI Soccer Scores University of Virginia - Carnegie Tech - - Salisbury Teachers - University of Maryland - Towson Teachers - - Blue Ridge - Hi gh Point LEA. TU MPH We They 5 0 3 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 13 0 3 0 sa n u. sa as ivaaccagmau-as Schedule Loyola Fairmont St. Vincent's Shepherd Mt. St. Mary's Towson Teachers Indiana Teachers Blue Ridge Vtfest Liberty Baseball heralds Spring More than any Robin Would dare. Before the apple tree blossoms, Or the bees buzz Comes the whack of a bat, The thud of a ball, And a roar from the sideline. Dubbed The Great American Game, Baseball Stands for speed, Shape and fighting forceg For batting, And pitching ability. 'Baseball stands for The great American Way of expressing Fitness. ' BUCK FCDUR Tum Z QM? 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THE WHNTEE3 IBRTHWZISAEI Miss Betty Schneider, queen of the third annual VVinter Carnival Dance at F'rostburg State Teachers College, posed en- throned on a snowdrift outside the college door. Members of her court, left to right, are Lseatedl Betty Greenya and Betty Break- iron, of Cumberland, and lstandingj Ruth Hammer, of Cumberland, Alma Moore, of Hagerstown, Frances Lammert, of Frost- burg, and Mary King Wilson, of Cumber- land. Ruth W'achtel, not in picture, was maid of honor. The dance was held Friday night, January 26, with forty couples at- tending. K I M 1 v, X 1 ' BUCK THE LAST . ' , -4 ,YYY Y,,Y7,,,Y , A ,, ,,, YY, Y, ,, Y ,Y These Make N emaeelin Possible 1 H zw--' -ww - -in fr- A - M y ' ' " ' ' W 1,t..'... A , , - . ' , -'-Ls, , - , ' wf?'44fMg. --'A-19 -A f H541 .?v.'g'1Qf:15'T' .J !"nA 4,.'-'-ff-Q, l,"'..:J' Y QQ W , 4 1 X . , U, iT , .,t X N " I k - ,- ag, X f v . N --A-f W ws "f u -e ' y ,-. 'MQ ' 1--, - ,,,'-,W 3-V-:gp -, - 4, . , X Q . A M., , . , ,- N Q 5 ., V.. 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