Gaithersburg High School - Sail On Yearbook (Gaithersburg, MD)

 - Class of 1957

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The yearbook staff, in this belief, has represented the Sail On as the camera which records the drama on the Gaithersburg stage. Sail On for 1957 is a complete play. Embodying the events of the year in five acts, the yearbook unfolds in dramatic form. The students are the actors. Their activ- ities and their actions comprise the play. From rising action to denouement, completion, the staff has attempt- ed to portray attractively and completely the drama of the year past. Synopsis Act I . . . Denouement . . . pages 8 through 23 Act II . . . Moment of Inciting Force . . . pages 24 through 37 Act III . . . Rising Action . . . pages 38 through 51 Act IV . . . Toward the Climax . . . pages 52 through 65 . Act V . . . Climax . . . pages 66 through 95 Our principal consults his staff. VV. Ulmer, R. Gibson, and O. Schneider. Direction Wilma Ulmer, A.B.,M.A. Oscar Schneider, B.S.Ed., M.A.Ed. DOl'0Ihy Walker Vice-Principal Vice-Principal Secretary William Brennan, B.S., M.A. Senior High Counselor Elizabeth Fisher, A.B., M.A. junior High Counselor Katherine Bowen Nurse Backstage N MAKRUP 2 SETTING PRODUCERS Denouement Denouement means, to the Seniors, completion -completion of their seasons at G. H. S. To them, this signifies trials, joys, and accomplish- ment. Through this experience each has gained and progressed. NVith this experience and growth the Seniors go forward, better prepared for suc- cessful adult lives. JUANITA ADAMS Working in the health room with an eye to the future . . . sings in the glee club . . , girls' sports participant . . plans a nursing future. MARY Jo BAKER Active member of the patrols . . . Follies of '56 . . . diamond daughter . . . patrol lieutenant in Senior year . . . president of Gaithersburg 4-H . . . active in girls' intramural program. PERMELIA AYERS Senior member of the patrols . commercial major . . . in the glee club . . . office switchboard operator . . . expertly ties up traffic on the Wash- ington Grove bridge. JOHN AYTON "Moose" . . . lineman on the Trojans . . . trombone player in the band . . . strong, silent type . . . Key Club . . . Administrator of Health and Safety on the Student Council. BARBARA BENNETT Hall patrol . . . controls telephone lines in the main office . . . efficient office clerk . . . inhabits the Druid . . . distributes the daily bulletin . . . member of the glee club. GEORGE BLASE Enterprising farmer . . . hails from Silver Spring . . . plans to revolution- ize the agriculture world . . . quite an actor . . . F. F. A .... played football for the Blazers . . . Blair variety show. Q ng BARBARA BLY Ready to aid in the health room zestful volley ball player . . . a Future Nurse . . . enjoys roller skating . . . high scorer in the bowling lane. NORMA COREY Eternally peppy . . . active in the Art Department . . . popular . . . sports enthusiast . . . attractive . . . drafts- man at Nagar Drafting . . . junior leader in Clarksburg 4-H Club . . . June bride. KAY BRALEY Hall patrolman . . . new supporter of G. H. S .... typist with a pleasant smile . . . the gal with the bowler derby . . . casualty kid . . . a transfer of Surrattsville. BILL DARBY Active participant in patrols for sev- eral years . . . lieutenant on the hall patrol . . . Army M.P.'s . . . last word in the banking class. HARRY BURKE "May I have your attention for the morning announcements?" . . . Ad- ministrator of Public Property on the Student Council . . . keen interest in science . . . Key Club . . . Audio Visual. EDDIE DREW Powerful Trojan lineman . . . always pleasant . . . plays baseball, too . . . artistic . . . hails from Frostburg . . . oh, those green eyes . . . lonely' man in a female P. O. D. C1assL ROGER FENDER In the F. F. A ..., on G. H. S. D. O. program . . . assists his Father on their farm . . . has a knack for run- ning into busses. ROBERT FARMER Veep of Student Council in Senior year . . . Trojan on the gridiron . . . always ready to help . . . marching with the color guard . . . such a witty guy . . . Follies of '56 . . . Key Club. l PAULA FINEGAN Excellent seamstress . . . top ad sales- man for the yearbook . . . domestically inclined . . . 4-H . . . "Dawnie" . . . likes hot rodding around Gaithers- burg . . . homework! l GARY ELDER Dynamic Trojan on the basketball court . . . new this year . . . hails from Pennsylvania . . . senior repre- sentative to Student Council . . . foot- ball . . . track . . . tumbling team . . . car club. CURRY FITZWATER Staunch member of the hall patrols . . . sings in the glee club . . . quiet yet happy . . . energetic bookkeeper of the bank . . . active member in church groups. CECIL FOSTER Singing ag boy . . . active in Diversi- fied Occupations Program . . . an M. P .... Football . . . Follies of '56 . , . Vice President of F.F.A. . . . Musser Bros. dependable truck driver. SUZANNE GRIFFITH Majorette for four years . . . in the D. O. Program . . . her shadow . . . clothes galore . . . past member of the Glee Club . . . enjoys pizza at Luigi's. CHARLOTTE FRALEY Bubbling happy . . . patrolling on the "western front" . . . girls' intra- murals participant . . . sporty gal . . . cherry pie expert for 4-H . . . an orange a day-WOXV! CATHERINE GRAYBILL Outstanding artist . . . poet for the Blue and Gold . . . representing Washington Grove . . . invaluable make-up artist for Follies . . . Kitty . . . writing stories for the B Bc G. MARY GILLIAM Girls' sports columnist for Blue and Gold . . . in the Follies . . . seam- stress with a golden touch . . . pretty gal . . . member of glee club double quartet. ANN HARDING Worker in the main ollice . . . active in 4-I-I . . . patrol . . . sells tickets at the Gaither . . . banking . . . commercial major . . . girls' intra- murals player. ROBERT HATTON Member of D. 0. program . . . me- chanic at a gas station . . . sound ef- fects man for G: H. S .... construc- tive in the mechanics shop. LOTTIE HARPER Active in the D. O. program . . . in the glee club . . . hall patrol.. . . long hair . . . specializes in making others hair beautiful at Ruth's Beauty Salon. ' l ROGER HEGE Cottin' pickin' ag boy . . . Trojan football player . . . plans a career in the armed services after gradua- tion . . . diligent worker in agricul- ture and other school subjects. MARGARET HAWKINS Peppy majorette at Carver . . . ex- cellent student . . . in girls' intra- murals . . . neat dresser . . . active in glee club . . . Future Nurses of America . . . terrific personality . . . makes friends quickly. ANN HOLSTON Veteran hall patrolman . . . former member of the Glee Club . . . often seen operating switchboard or typing in the main ofiice. BILL HOTTINGER Trojan lineman with a wallop . . . imaginative thinker . . . sings bass in the Glee Club . , . Fall is for squirrel hunting . . . co-captain of ,W the Trojan grid squad . . . Veep of l 2 the Senior class. GLORIA HESSIE Keeps the books for Mr. Watkins . . . Tinker Bell type . . . engaged . . . sails in a Chevrolet convertible with a continental kit . . . on the bus patrol. LEONARD HOYLE Bucky . . . six-footer shooting baskets . . . president of the Key Club . . . sport editor on the Blue and Gold . . . President of the band . . . ZOOM -it's a Pontiac! DONALD HOOVER Agriculture student . . . member of the F. F. A .... plays a mean guitar . . . on the D. 0. program . . . plans on a future in farming. JUDITH HUBBARD D. O. program . . . basketball . . . came to G. H. S. from Damascus . . . served Christmas shoppers at the Rockville Dime Store . . . breezy Judy. DONALD IRVIN Excelling in electronics . . . enthusi- astic player in the band . . . worker in the A. V. lab . . . scientist with a sense of humor . . . Key Club . . . National Honor Society. ARTHUR HUERTA 3-letter man . . . Administrator of Sports and Recreation on the Student Council . . . football terror . . . class oflicer . . . Key Club treasurer . . . track enthusiast . . . neat . . . de- livery boy. GARA JARVIS Hard worker in the school store . . . another supporter of the hall patrol . . . clerks at J. C. Murphy . . . of- fice secretary during sixth period . . . ghost stories. OLGA HUERTA Co-ordinator of Activities on the Stu- dent Council . . . short 'n sweet . '. . the gal with the charming voice . . . in the Follies , . . engaged to Bill . . . dental assistant. EVELYN JONES Willing worker in the main office . . . on the patrols . . . sells supplies in the school store . . . National Honor Society. IRVIN KING In the F. F. A .... works at King LEE KING Army M. P .... where's your class ring? . . . D. O. program . . . work- ing at Walker's . . . football player . . . past tuba player in the band . . . former member of the Glee Club. ,ww K, ith-fx'-GHS 'SW' tl....l.,...g..,i--.--1.9.2, tlfwstw---1-me Fam? ,K Vifafgigv? Q f,xs ""!?Fg""""fp--L 5: S 455175 1 xiii I ,, .1gf 7g5j i32 2.1-QQ3l?fifif Q I was-'I A -'f5,qgZfgIQ5g,:fgq A flu-era ., " ' ish. n,:.Q4v5 f-,essfzp 2 . . ' QV - , L . 'xiw - 5 '14 ' 1 ., ,.z-,flf-:sf f 4 . 1. .H is 'gif wif u . es- sw f ,iirj-:Y " , 1 1 --, 'zm:1,g, W. ,i . C . . active President of Senior class . in Key Club . . . a Trojan . . a wit . . . striving to fail English . . . dig those Bermuda shorts . . . gets a kick from Frederick scenery. . what Motor Co. in Gaithersburg . . . alt- tended agricultural convention in Kansas City. REBECCA LAMBERT Senior class treasurer . . . quiet, in- telligent student . . . working in the bank . . . typist for the Blue and Gold . . . dependable . . . loves trips to Rockville with Gloria . . . Pooles- ville. .4 HELEN MELIA Hall patrol . . . sending birthday cakes . . , typist for Mrs. Schneider . . . loyal supporter of the Trojans . . . cute and neat . . . keeps students in line on bus. MARGARET MERCER Active in library club . . . helps run the G. H. S. bank . . . loves Glee Club . . . enjoys math with Mr. To- quinto . . . works overtime for better grades. CHARLES MILLS Electrical interest . . . persevering stu dent . . . achievin hi h ades g g gr ' . . . quiet thinker . . . strong . . . aims to- ward a career as an electrical techni cian. BARBARA MILLER D. 0. program . . . a top salesman in the magazine campaign . . . half in- terest in "Bluetop" . . . worked at A. E. C .... headed for Ocean City June 18. BEVERLY MULLICAN Managing business for Blue and Gold . . . a touch of color in the band . . . first class ad getter . . . letters to Westminster . . . pretty clothes, pretty girl . . . President of F. T. A. PATRICIA MESSER President of Student Council . . . out- standing 4-H member . . . on the S. C. 4 years . . . won top honors judging cattle in Europe . . . in the Glee Club . . . lone ag. girl . . . honor society . . . sports . . . basket shooter . . . wild about basketball. JOHN NICHOLSON Works on D. O. program . . . has a talent for destroying cars . . . runs under tractors also . . . really a pleas- ant guy . . . strong . . . "Aren't classes extra-curricular?" X V JOHN NORRIS Kenny . . . another member of the Army Reserves . . . 4 years of agricul- ture . . . in the F. F. A .... drives a crazy Kaiser, ..-A DOROTHY PERRY Peppy captain of cheerleaders . . . staunch member of the patrols . . . Honor Queen of Job's Daughters . . . P. O. D. charge . . . assistant to Mr. Schneider . . . cigars from Mr. Kearns. ix DAVID WINDSOR Another guitar pickin' ag boy . . . in the D. O. program . . . snappy basketball player . . . Oldsmobile hot rod...GleeClub...F.F.A.... Follies of '56. FAYE SEATON WALTER SEI-'BY Feature Editor on the Blue and Gold . . . hockey player . . . loves all sports iomlie' Snoggrriimy man.u'ni0g . . . scientihcally inclined . . . Faye's ll? V' ' g ' ' ' JH File--Ern's Urn . . . clever thinker ugh basketball player . . . works at assists her Dad the Board of Education . . . Glee ' Club singer. AGNES SCHWARTZBECK Working in the main oilice . . . what a basketball player . . . helping in the .cafeteria . . . always peppy , . . participant in all intramural sports . . . active in 4-H . . . senior council. WILLIAM SIGNOR Achieving perfectionist . . . Sail On Art Editor in junior year . . . band and orchestra trombonist . . . Sail On Editor . . . science honor winner . . . recipient of many awards . . . wres- tling . . . Key Club . . . N3ti0I1al Honor Society. GLORIA SIRK Pretty, peppy red-head . . . delegate to State Chorus . . -. good things come in little packages . . . Glee Club . . . always laughing . . . Follies . . . sing- er going places . . . TONY. Expert in the A. V. lab . . . never a dull moment! . . . tootin' in the band . . . Key Club . . . electronically inclined . . . "How ya doin?" . . . on the wrestling team . . . science major. RALPH SNYDER Talented musician strummin' a guitar . . . F. F. A .... great halfback on the Trojan eleven . . . active in the Diversified Occupations program . . . baseball . . . track . . . Follies of '56, CHARLES SMALL Chuck . . . on the D. O. program . . . magazine campaign high sales- man . . . filling station attendant for Atlantic gas . . . the quiet man- who fishes for trout. ALLEN STEELE "Ace" . . . terrific 3-letter man friendly guy . . . Glee Club . . narnic when awake . . . car crazy Follies of '55 . . . Army M. P. "Seen my books?" PEGGY STANIFER Senior class secretary . . . majorette for 4 years . . . sentimental singer . . . feature writer for Blue and Gold . . . Sail On Business Manager . . . Glee Club . . . double quartet. L JOY STONHAM Sail On Literary Editor . . . Copy Editor for Blue and Gold . . . in- tramurals . . . Follies . . . "Honey Bun" . . . "Isn't Monday a national holiday?" . . . avid sports fan . . . peanut butter . . . "Laugh, I thought I'd diel" it ' i - 'f,.. eil? .. BEVERLY sToRM L On the D. O. program . . . skater .. V W . . . enjoys bowling . . . Glee Club y 'V 1 Q, - 5, member . . . loves to drive . . . reti- . QA cent . . . non aggressive . . . drives Q u a mad yellow DeSoto. Q ,A Vylg V , Yxfii a' KJ ,g,. i'1' 4 y -F wiv im . ' , aim vw ai.. :G if 3. "3,J,fg+'. , 1 ,A Q35-i lgglilig - ' 'V - ?x,,1.rfAQ1f?Wft7 NICHOLAS SWEADNER "Nicky" . . . carried pigskin for the Trojans . . . Future Farmer of Amer- ica . . . junior Isaac Walton League . . . F. F. A. reporter . . . Army reserves--engineering. ALICE MAY TRIGGER CARSON WARD Active in the Glee Club and G. H. S. Chip . . . terrilic quarterback . . . musical programs . . . Follies of '56 Senate Vice President . . . President . . . plans a teaching career . . . will of junior Isaac Walton League . . . r are for this aim at Frostbur Ke Club baseball color p ep g. y . I . . . guard . . . high magazine salesman Glee Club . . . basketball. BETTY JO WEAR Editor of Blue and Gold . . . excel- lent administrator . . . Bell Bottom Blues . . . secretarial type . . . "jetty MAURICE WELSH Trojan on the gridiron . . . snappy dresser . . . nobody laughs like that . . . hails from Carver . . . lover of good food . . . played football for the Eagles. Bo" . . . intramural participant . . . National Honor Society . . . scintil- lating laugh . . . basketball fan . . . mischief maker . . . pretty hair. KRISTIN WESTFALL Administrator of Publications on the Student Council . . . well dressed, re- served . . . industrious student . . . Circulation Manager on Blue and Gold . . . future teacher . . . Plane Geometry! l l DONNA WHETZEL Smiling representative of G. H. S. . . . class officer . . . always helping . . . Glee Club . . . ever supporting the Trojans . . . feuding with Bob in the magazine campaign . . . has uncanny attachment to bowling. JUNE WOLFE Cheerleader for two years . . . patrol . . . Glee Club . . . in the Follies of '55 and '56 . . . Mrs. Beall . . . trips to South Carolina to see hubby. ANTHONY WILLIAMS Tony . . . smooth, silent type . Amoco Station attendant on the D. 0. program . . . Glee Club . . . cars and cars and cars and-. . . M. P. in the Army . . . Gloria! . . . Rodney. A if Q ' if vw iw 5 u qimgzg s ??rN?5,s2 m ,Q it . QF Qwigii? r it www . C 41 . X, + K N Liiilglil M . ,., . 'rs l Ik I A K QW ,,.lil9i,l , ,, .. l , , M fag il' ' . .,., :ia - fii ' ' - ' ,L . "X, L 3 'up -g i: f , f f , I., ,. Ji ' ' fm SK., ., ROBERT HARDING Diligent worker at Lynn's Pharmacy . . . on the D. O. program . , . in the Glee Club . . . quiet with a pleasant personality. Act II Moment of lncltlng Force From denouement, graduation, the Sail 0n flashes back to the beginning. In this second act, the Student Government stands out. This sec- tion also contains pictures of the Seventh grade students, our beginning actors. Th Student Body Speaks The Gaithersburg Senate operates as the representative body of the school. Each homeroom sends a delegate to this body. These delegates, acting in the interest of the students whom they represent, discuss and vote on all major school problems. They also assist the Student Council in planning and carrying out various activities. Bob Farmer acts as president: other 1956-1957 officers are Chip Ward, vice-presidentg Secretary, Jeanne Priceg Ser- geant-at-Arms, john McGraw. Senate members meeting in the student council room. itll s I ba The Student Council convenes. Under the direction of Patsy Messer, President, the Student Council has played an important part in writing the drama of the 1956-'57 school year. Sponsoring the activity card program and the Follies, Student Council members filled major roles. As Vice-president, Bob Farmer led the Senate. Other S. C. oihcers were Bobbie Messer, Secretary, Sue Farmer, Treasurerg Harry Burke, Administrator of Public Propertyg Jim LeCompte, Ada ministrator of Sports and Recreationg Betsy Adams, Coordinator of Activitiesg Kristin Westfall, Administrator of Publications, Lolly Beatty, Administrator of Music and Dramag john Ayton, Administrator of Health and Safety: and Marianne Wood- field, junior High Representative. Bobby Rotruck jumps for the basket. t 'B 1 it sit B Younger students work out on the basketball COUTI. Our junior High team saw an active season, meeting each op- ponent with zeal. Members of the team representing the 7th through 9th grades, compete with other county schools as does the Trojan varsity. jimmy Ward is the manager of the team. Comprising the team are Kenny Torreyson, Tom Bow- man, Mike Norris, Bobby Earp, Lawrence French, Randy Gil- liam, Nathan Miller, Eugene Purkey, jan Hutchinson, Herbie Windsor, Larry Price, Lester Donivant, and Harvey Fraley. Allen Bennett, D. Allnutt Bernatz Ambrose Andrews Arens Arnold Ayton Barnhart Barnhouse Beall Bennett, B. Brigham Bitely Bohrer Bourdeaux Boxall Bradley Bradshaw Breedon, J. Breedon, L. K Brewer 6,95 .ir I li' A, , K e A is A. Q is nu i Rf ft - A f' " x is -- s 4 A f 5 . .N a n 1 V I N ., ,ii . Action Burdette, H Burdette, -W Burris, D. m b Burrus Burton I In the Junior High no 4 ,rf Seniors discuss the of school life. Briggs, D. Briggs, R. Briggs, W. J. M. complexities Carroll Carter, J. Carter, S. Catron Christian Clarke Coleman, Coleman, Cook Cordell Cornelius Costello I L - f- lf? f - 5 1' , 43' tm 15' in 5. . . K . A QQ. '12 -14. X.:: 4 '4 lf' 5--.w f s , will D. istr ,, ' " s'k' ' w 'rr i K 2 ' ri Q 3 5. Q K Q ' L is .,, . A , ff? ' . Criggar ,-A C L, A, Wk Q Q-...W Seventh grade students in a typical class. Ruth Darby, A.B. English, History In the junior high, English and history classes are combined into one elongated class. Formally termed core, this course is basic in curriculum. Cunningham Cullop Davis Demory Deppa Dodd Donivan Dorsey Dove, A. Dove, T. Draper, E. Duley, J. Duley, S. Duvall Easton Edwards Eldridge Evans Fink Flair 'ELI ' 5 ff' IFRS 'QSM ':'f'liiQifW7??'?flf1i?f4'l5v35Y!"?5i3fff5wit .: S' , gl3'e?3fi4!? ,,f 5 iipww Web.. ,.....,. , ,W ww r - P:!w?W?ms,E dL.. ,Wg , -5 ... . asm: G. f". . L-,insai - .,.f- - - . Q my 2. 1, W , Q J f in ,L W... fl , milf! L , l J M 'fu x N Sn was 3 ,Q if N 4 1 r. f Q 4 , M A 2 . sf Lawrence Alessi, B.S.Ed. Richard Holler, B.S.Ed. Draper, R. r Duley, F. qs fs 3? . is , . V l H H 'fl 2 i " 1 .9 . . ur. -Q ' V Y n I Fowler r S "", I. , ' A, F1-amy, C. :P 1 , ?,s'l Fraley, S. , V ' Fraley, S. Q., Vt, 1 V Frazier 1 , G I.. J- Frey 5 .V A'f'y V? 5 , V V gig., . Gartner .. 4: Q ' 5' Gary J' 7 ,: - yi N, VV- ' . V Gaynor f v' 3- f J M Golliday Cordon Coroum Graybill, Grayhill, V. Greer Grifnn Grimes Gruver Gue Hagen Hamilton Glover A V V V LZV, , W' V ? flex Q ' ,...: i Y ,V V - A. .V V h it 9 l up 2' 'lf 'V l L if ' ,, , ff 8 In H55-,251 .V ,l,,,vx53lgLV5V xx Q LN G . M. an L, if M ' 7 an "' as Q if fs ' k it , N af ' 'Vw F p 3 KA is ' ' Q 'P . .rw M - I X Hampton Harper Harris Haskett Henry Hines Hogan Holsinger Holston Hood Hostler Howard, C. Howard, F. Howard, M. Howard, M Howard, N. Huerta Hurst james, E. james, H jenkins johnson, B. johnson, B. johnson, D. 'Q , . Henry E. Gardner, B.S. Science xt x i b x in , . is ,wi ' ,ug Hg, lg. .. .f had . Q. JU Mary Walthall, B.S. English, History, Geography hw! John Hagyard, B.S. Geography Pi fur u : .as - fi " '4 - A ..v', I 1 as , 1 Ig V Y' 1 ,, , + W, ' King, P. Kirby, D. Miss Betty Culot Librarian jones, L. jones, W. jordan Kibler Kimberlin Kinder King, C. King, M. King, N. Kirby, R. .. A... K Kitterman ' if-',,1 Kline, D. 'fl Kline, J. ' , iii W Klitch ' li Q' r Knighton I 4 Y Knott Lambert, E. , Lambert, J. W i l W, V 3, ta, B.A. ,. 2:1 Arranging books on shelves and aiding students, members of the library club perform an important service to G. H. S. As librarian, Miss Betty Culotta regulates the library and guides those students who assist her. Sandra King has acted as president of the club this year. All students are welcome to use the facilities which the library provides. ! FE iw gn I , W S , , gm ff' mf' ,gy Classes play an important part in our actors' lives. i i' j Larman L . if 4 .. N - L .l z 4 ,- , 5 W W ..., 1 f ig ' -:j zj -Y , -L ., 'Yin' ' TY ' . -' 1" 1 'ff l ' - is L:" rf, , ge: ' Q i zs e . ' ' 1-2 . L 1- 7- , 1. , K 2 V f , fmy ' 1 J' , X ' ' Law Lawhorne Lawson Leith Lenard Lenz Lewis, F. Lewis, F. Lowery Lucas, J. Lutz Magruder Mahoney Marcum Marshall Mossburg Mathias VIcGowan Lucas W3 1 5' . . flax' ' . lg . 1 A ,paging K. T all 'vii I X y pg sa tif.: 5 Q E A k . L 5' f J L is M ff' M ia L e e A , ' 5,-,Q V L 1 F ., . x, Warren Schwab performs in the mechanics shop. McMillan McNaughton Messer Miller Mobley, F. Mobley, P. Moran Munday Myers Nichols Nicholson Norris Norwood Olsen Pearre Phelps, M. Phelps, W. Pickett, C. Pickett, M. Prior Pughe Purkey Reber Reed . e E" V' r iis is .51 . ' - 1 k7,.." Ap, QQ 's i, 1 .- ' -1:,.,1:,..2-f':ff ' . . 1 15,31 gtgifgf ,H P V, lels e , ggi f . -V J.. VS , ..,. p , ' 5 A "-- 'Wk . s W U . .. , ' P ' v..jg59 is P L7 Q i was H ii i -4 "' f X' X, Many actors prepare through doing in the workshop. ...K I. Edward Baum, B.S. Industrial Arts Oscar DuBois, B.S. john Joyce, B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts y Reed Roynestadt ,ir t . 'Q I- Repass, H- Rutledge I ' I' L h ., , A Q P' , Y' iraq ,wr Repass, J. seabon, L. I . i b 'J I it Rice Seaholt, P. I I 5 Ricketts, D. Seal - , it i ,W Ricketts, G. Sexton, A. 5 ' A . , A , Lmyy Y, A , . Us , g M f R1 s, D. Sexton, F. 1 - Q 'ii th A it . '.. ' if gg Q wig s X :" ,C is "t' 2 b . Riggs, H. Sexton, J. I ' K- , I ,S fi' Robbins Sexton, R. 'ie T' 1 I M H ' if' . 1 ' V E Rohrback Sexton, Wm. V K? it Q K A 1 X Sheeler V - U' 5 Shifllet, s. bk S Ax Shifllet, s. 1 A x , . S W 'l.f?f ., I f W Shipe bi' A?1 I V Shoemaker, B. ,hx V ' Q. Shoemaker, D. i, :,, , . ,V ' Q Shoemaker, J. Q! f - ll N A F? A' 53' Shoemaker, M , 5 Simms X V 1' ' . :'7i 1 A 'M 'f fl 12' Smith, J. Q gif ' g .6 ' Smith, w ' x lr' 5 '1 V ' Snyder 1 A A A Spalding 9 t Stiles , Q. K me . Stresau Y - 1' Suddenth if' Swecker . 'S 'A' S V I ,f J Tee ts , 5 ' 'iv ,E if ' it-S Thompson, A. 1. Our junior High rings out in song. Thumma Tolbert Trout Voight Wachter Walker, M. Walker, S. Ward, J, Ward, J. Ward, M. Watson Wear Webb Xvestfall Whirley Whittington Williams, G. Williams, J. Willis, E. Willis, W. Willsie Windsor Winter Yankey X f Hounkms Act Ill Rising Action Act III opens with the publications department, the writers of the drama. As it progresses this act features Hi classes and 8th grade students. .X H gi 4 ' is 1 f 3 If f -F W f Q it Q A 1 H' Y Q t as A., ,T,,.. 5 ,. A Er 6 M 5 get tt , ..,, H 5, X Alley Anderson Asbury Atwell ,Auvil Baker Barber Barton Beatty Biddinger Biles Bladen, L. Bladen, W. Blalock On the 1957 stage, the Blue and Gold has played an important role. Bringing current events to the eye of the student body, the paper serves as edu- cator and entertainer. As editor, Betty jo Wear directs the staff. Assisting Betty jo are: Jean Oster- wise, Associate Editorg Faye Seaton, Feature Editorp Bucky Hoyle and Mary Gilliam, Sports Editors: joy Stonham, Copy Editorg Beverly Mullican, Busi- ness Managerg and Kristin Westfall, Circulation Manager. Publications Blankenship Blood Blum Bohrer Bradshaw Brinegar Burdette Butcher Butt, D. Butt, S. Butler Callan Carne Carter The 1957 Sail On Staff has spent long hours writ- ing and compiling the yearbook. In order to pre- sent the annual in play form, many ideas and pictures were needed. Directing the staff in this effort, Bill Signor also acted as photographer. Members of the staff were Bill Signorg Editor, C nthia Heisler Associate Editor o Stonham Y 3 , J Y S Literary Editor, Mary Lou Glover: Art Editor, and Peggy Staniferg Business Manager. Becky Lam- bert aided the staff in typing copy. Catlin Catron Chamberlain Cheeks Christie Christman Clarke, B. Clarke, T. Staff members pose for a picture in the publications room. Editor Signor meets with his staff Clements A T K t"x Cole . Coleman, R. ,, e ' , ., .L 1 Nl Coleman, R. F , Collier Collins, T. Cook a YV L. 4. fl Collins, B. ,L A 7 S is f X A girls' gym class in action on the hockey field. Athletics in the Limelight W W P' -it i-,i . X f iw it 4 i " 5, 353' .J ,, ,- gl wc i, t ,fy ,, A my H 'M '- Q , Q- L? ,bg i r ,W :i Creeger Crown Darby, M. Darby, T. Davis Dean Dehart Demory Disney Doane Dove Downs Eaders Earp Audrey Wiggins, B.S., M.A. Physical Education Suzanne Karstens, B.S. Catherine Work, B.S Physical Education Physical Education lim brey Estes Fisher Fitzwater, C. Fitzwater, V. Fogle Tpsrstsif' .ig-: S.,- Eiscl Eldridge ff fr ' 'gs G. ii iii? ' -1' r K ALAA V Frazier, ff if i or EJ , G . . 1 - m 'Y . x ' G fi KF' if 2 f - I Q, . ,..k if U qv.- Q Gilliam , wg' -I Glover 5' , , A .1 i". 'Q -F.-4 ' V Q. 'fa John Harvill, B.S., M. Ed. Physical Education if E Q. if f Q4 I . f r joseph McCarthy, B.S. Physical Education Golliday Gordon Goroum Graham Graybill Griffith Grogan Hargett Helz .yni M' , , A V K ' .Q H0ttinger Kimberlin ' 1 J V ' ' j Hough King, C. 5 ,Qi ,bill ,E i 'iw 5 E, mf Kmg, J- E , is 5 Howes King, xl. t. 3 H Kirk V' L ' ' "Q 1 g Hundley f 4, it Hungerford Klsner Qig 9 4 iw -, W jg' K xi 1 -. ., eiet Jarvis Kitts, D. ffl' 'A" Jenkins Kitts, YV. l,,. , j I ar' 3 Jewell Lacy :kk . X johnson Keats Keener Keeney Keplinger Kile Mary Nicol, A.B.Ed English, History English and history play important roles in the John Freeman, B.A. education of junior high students. English, H islory Thomas Stevenson, B.A., M. Ed. English , - ,J ' - 1 2 xg Z . mg ffm if S. W Lamb Lawhorne Leaman Leet Leimanis Lewis Long, H. Long, L. Lucas Marcum ,Y . . V McBride ev- t R L 0- McCutcheon A , f -gg 5 as L I iii 4 at 5: McGowan ' .. , ,, . K W W S: McGrew , ' . g V . 'S - ,, ' : , f A McLain ' . Z S A L ...ht 'K LQ1 it Mead ff 1 Miller " " Mills, N. -. . r W K Mills, P. ' k i f - - K L is Mann Frieda Price, B.A.Ed. Band William Earl B.M.Ed., M.A. Music Mr. Earl and Miss Price teach music classes and conduct the band in their rooms in the new gym. With modern equipment and facilities, classes add much to our curriculum. Il junior High spelling bee contestants. junior High students, in acquiring a more basic education, spend less time in extra- curricular activities than do Senior High stu- dents. The majority of their activities, therefore, take place within the class room. Here they study the elements of English, history, science, and math. Besides these necessary subjects, they learn fundamentals in art, gym, and home crafts. i Mobley, J. 5 5 'rw Mobley, T. I Morton 5, i .265 Morrison 2 1 . - a ' Q V. Mossburg in " Mowel, E. 5' 'Q Mowel, F. Q K Nb V - Musser, C. , Musser, S. Q Nichols, M. inf .- 1:4 4 o ' " sg. sa- V 1' K - ' .. 1 -if infra, I i ' F ,f .tb .y F L. 1 :L lg 4 vgdzf is-Wg. 1 in . fn . w w 5,345.5 ff m gr' K- .K -1 my 1. . iz ff ..p i ' ff v',V' sff W , - 2,211 ,,.. i It 1 019.8 , Affwyjff 3 x . iff' t if ,IF t 12 ax, fu Y cy if' ,, Tl f . 4 f y vi x 'at bf john Lambert, B.A. English, History Elizabeth Huff B.A. M.Ed. History Nichols, P. Z- I I . E ff Nicholson, F. tt gs.. 5 if 1 '. . 77. if K K il- fi -2- D ' A Z I A s f ir 1 Nicholson, J. A 2 'fx Norwood if f ag? Osborne ' ii V , .- W Osterwise V . if fy Parham 5 41 Z f Perr Q 'i Y ' , ..,,.,,,.,,. ,.,,, 4, Pine Q Powers , ,.,t i Pratt . .ffm . ii , ' - ,FW " 1 'c Q t Miss Kathryn Bowen measures a pupil's heig ht. ST .zaflff ivvfratrm 2 L Q x Q e st .ul . Those students interested in a career in nursing find useful training in the F. N. A. This organization, the Future Nurses of America, serves G. H. S. through its contributions in the health room. Girl members aid Miss Bowen, our nurse. In providing the medical needs of G. H. S. the future nurses pre- pare for their greater future roles. Juanita Adams has been 1956-1957 president of the organization. M' 'Hi Seal, R. .7 .... Seaton L V' if W I . Selby S 'S' W QP' Sexton, R. ' , ,- if Bs fl .: RCPHSS Sexton, R. A m R Price Shawver ' ir, 5 s ,A Rinehart Shifllett, B, f, J f w I , 'Q X. ., ..,.... M fr . Rogers, E. shimeu. J. M l l R Rogers, W. Shifllett, M. ii ' th V, V Q Savage, D' Shirley 1 I - , - f K Q 1 K 3 N, .I Shirley I - A 'ff' I Savage, ul' Shumaker ' ' 0 . Seabolt Smithson al., E" A Q Seal, D' F at gl ...f 1, . 47 'aww ' ,,hf ' " -- Science classes, by giving students an opportunity to understand through teaching and practical application, do a great service. Gaithersburg, having a well-equipped science wing, is particu- larly thorough in its scientific courses. " SQ, Snyder in " L Staley i Qi ' i f Spalding I at L ' Stanifer w e tiff, f ' K . Q i f i T im - Vkrkk g ., A. f Zl' f . . ,. ' :it ff S ' s ww fs r 1 f 9' ? is ,, Q lr is I We 5 H' ' 'iv yr' f 'Q F315 Y if vs: 1 i - f . Q A R, gg .41 as , 1 ,s ,Bai is F, , s my F r . , mv as 'sig it s is ,L Q? Q si sg, .E s . 1 in 2 t 2 W-f 'ft ' 4? fr 1 ,fm If Y x . 1k ,. it .2 W qgmaf Q. 'I 3 fi N , ,, is. af '-' 1 'V l J' fyiifiiiifa if --.. 5 - 3 .a John Erdlitz, B.A. Biology James Schweitzer, B.S. Stokes Stratton Stream Sutphin Science Thompson, F. Thompson, j. Tolbert Trigger Anson Wilcox, B.S Chemistry 5. s Preparing high school students for teaching roles after college graduation is the purpose of the F.'l'.A, Future Teachers of America provides an opportunity for aspiring teachers to gain useful experiences. To accomplish this, the future teachers assist G.H.S. faculty members and, at times, practice teach at the Gaithersburg Elementary School. Beverly Mullican has presided over the club and Miss Marian Curling acts as faculty sponsor. Trout Vail s X l - - 4 .gli " ff - A Vandersys i . 4. W . I 5 ' 1 - - 3, f Viault : r a' 1 L ' 1 Waldrop if 'gf -N n. kg I x 4-" . E ,. A 5,4 We Q :ix , 1t ,,A ,l y H 'vw . ifffi' " -as-' A ' 1-K , N .ye liz fy Walker Walters, J Walters, J Wvarfield Math students in Miss Sheubrooks' class. Clark McCutcheon .11' 5 Math., B.S., M.A Driver Trammg f ggi 1 Watkins Watkins, R. George Mandel, B.S. Math. sss' , L ff ' T X. Welch if M W 3 W Whne 5, M m "T3i Whitworth Y1,, . ,,,5,M, t t Williams fs 5 Q Williamson ' , ,, '19 Wxlson w, , Wag. V A A z in A Wilson, R. f k -R i, . , .x, i V x if A at i .. 7 Betty Sheubrooks Wood Woodward Zeiger Zimmerman Math. Faye Kessle, graduate of G,H,S., now vocalioning in our office. The office tlllllllf' redecorlllon llllLLl1UIl from the office Act IV Toward the Climax In our fourth act, the Follies take the limelight. Held in March, they are one of the most im- portant events of the year. Also in this act, we picture the ninth graders. Allen W Students viewing the 1956 G. H. S. Science Fair. Each year, students combine originality and resource- fulness in exhibits for the annual science fair. Young scientists enter projects in fields ranging from chemistry to Zoology. rj f Arens t L Amd ' jf aff a er ' ' ' , ' Beglin K V V ki kk s ..'h - , s',"'t A H , . , -re e xi f 1 A 4 ., XX k,. 35, N y eff B fs. it For Those Bennett Blankenship Bowman, D. Bowman, E. ilk- , Who Would Burt Burdette . Burdette, D. . Bowl T. E' iii A ,, I n Tb k.... V.bVWx In V7 A-LLL, B. - . sf ,.., . i X , Q . , B fini 'PU Two outstanding exhibits from the '56 fair. Perform Scientifically Q Burdette, E. Burdette, W. 3 X' , 5' Burkett f , 'A f' f Ciarrochi F t ls. V Clagctt 1745 45? Q Collingwood ,- gf - , , g Colpo - 2-vdwff 0 s The 1956 Science Fair proved one of our most successful. Several exhibits which won honors in the Gaithersburg Fair went on to achieve in the Montgomery County Fair also. Cordell Cornelius, cox Crocker: t'i. I e 'f tl 2 , ,ggi ,.,, . Crown iff' ' C ' ll .. ' C . V Cullop -is W A f is DM g . g 5- ' gif . , . Q fi ii 1 ig , ' '-if -9 " 'LLL , A, , ' Diamond 2.-0 ff'-if I: - is If , ' 5 Domvan Spanish in the footlights Dame Darby Davidson Davis Demory Dillehay 56 Dorsey Dove, B. Dove, C. Dove, J. Downs Dunnavant vb - 4 " I ' Abbott Bucher B.A. Latin, English Helen Honsberger B.A. Civics, Spanish i iw .. , XG' X,- ii,, D. i , is Nw' 4 B' '13 if 3 if-' H 1. GSH ,- K K Earp Flanary it E Edwards, A, Foster Q ,l,- 57' 'ST 1 " A 7 ' R Q -. j ' V:,' Edwards, P. FOWlCr lf' V j + X is NJ L- 1 L QW' - Lsmmi 9' . - W f m Eldridge Fox V 3' " if . E Estes French 753 V V h I ., G ,lrii A '3 Fairlmrotller Frye Y ' V g filrid d ds 3 Ae 1 E fi -rm f" 'l . Figueroe F lk -I Aa u 's K 1 , - ll Fink ? Er . I , f t M Q K Seniors in the hall. l In January, senior high girls organized a basketball team. Mr. Freeman coached the team which practiced to meet the teachers. In an exciting game on january ll, the Trojan girls over- powered the female faculty members 26-21. A Girls' Athletic Setting at f ig Gartner . Gover I , i 'gif iff. if . ceishm, B. ' ,vii . Geisbert, G. Q ' ' gi Gill, N. 42.1. ' H A 55, 'l Gill v l. Gloyd, A. it ,el . g i Gloyd, J. Gloyd, L Gloyd, 5 gi, : rf f Graham 8 Y , . l Grant Griffith, H. ,. I Griflith, H I Grimes 5 Gruver Vxig i L s fn I Haddock Harding Hargett Hawkins, Hawkins, Hayes Haynes Helz Hessie Hill Hines Hitaffer Hogan Hood Horton Howard H utchinson jordan We Change Our Setting This year, G.H.S. gained a new and brighter face. During the winter, plasterers and painters joined the scene to redecorate. Top picture: Our gymnasium, completed in September, is our most prized asset. Seating l,500, the new gym is adequately equipped for athletic and dramatic productions. Kephart Kirk Krise Larman, E. Larman, N. Law Our vocational shop and agricul ture building. Lechlider Leonard Lippart Long Lowery Lynch Layman Malone McBride McClain McGraw McNaugh ton McVey Miller, D. Miller, D. Miller, N. . 5 7 n. cu 'J' in : . , , qw n " -' ,, k V3 ,.,, W J ,L,,, M ,. Aw. was fy VV ., I , t it f..- l 1 ' s 9, A view of G. H. S. Mills Mosley Neal Nicely Nichols Norris 0'dell Patterson Payne In 1956, the Student Council took the re sponsibility of the Follies and under the di rection of Miss Betty Culotta, presented a 3-act show. "Bye Bye Bab " Pickett Ja ,.:k, U , V L. Price .V - r-.3 K S ff 57. "" W " ij V. Price ' j I E. Purkey . Q in i S. Purkey V. E dl' -4 'V Rainwater W , h Reck Riggs Robbins Rothenberg Schwab Scheirer Schwab -t 3 75 Q FD 'U N m va S . 1 S T ,w 1 , N V t s.. 4 ,.. ,,. w . .ig ' ,gm xr- sf ,,-- r if is ' .iw 3 fi il wi 5 W "Bye, Bye Baby" Schwarlzheck Shorb Sirk Smith, A. Smith, C. Smith, L. Snouffer Snyder, A s d L. Q' ny cr if Spring - Stine -' f mf' Tale Taylor . 9 . ,I 115 .X 'sez 7 S. y ' ' -fi .A B.A. Civics World History P.O.D. Research in the li- brary. - ,Gr ,. i ,J i .K i 5,1 H Q 5' x L, 5. E H if t, asa. Thompson, C. Thompson, E. Torreyson Trout Tull VVachLer Edward Porter Carroll KCHYIIS A.B.,M.A. B.A.,M.S. Math U. S. History History Ay Pwblems of Democracy Waters Webb Welsh Whittaker Whittington Whipp Howard Patterson Warfield if 5 xl , K., ,lg an V ,. wighrman, M. Wolfson ,V s , af.. 5 K YVilliams, A. 1 . . W M Windsor ' 9 Woodfield , WVilliams, L. Wright Z' F .W Willis, L, Wyatt i i W x ' Willis, P. Young X, Wilson Zetts JQXAAV lean Osterwise, joy Green, and Barbara Emhrey perform at a Clll'lSll1l2iS musical assembly. Act V The Climax In the fifth act, basketball and band play the leads. This year, the band won many high hon- ors. The Trojans rose to heights with an amaz- ing winning record. In this act we portray the tenth and eleventh grades. Ist row: Newman, Wielsh, Farmer, Ayton, lVard, Hottinger, Drew, Steele, Huerta. End row: Harding, LeCompte, Burke, Porterfield, Sthwab, Snouffer, Rogers, Hurlebaus. 3rd row: Poole, Fraley, VVetherell, Rolirbaek, Mobley, Grogan, Huerta. 4111 row: Kirk, Rotruck, Gilliam, Green, Ayton, Biddinger, Martens. 5th row: NVilson, Glinedeust, Griflin, Kirk, Shipley, Wilsey. 6th row: Carrol Kearns, head eoachg john Harvill, assistant coachg Pat McCarthy, assistant coach. On the Gridiron Although the Trojan grid squad did not have an outstanding winning record, the team kept up a fighting spirit throughout the 1956 season. Adding to their troubles, the Trojans lost several men because of injuries. G. H. S. lost the traditional Rockville game this year, but both team and onlookers showed undaunted spirit throughout the muddy battle. This year, the G.H.S. hoop squad saw one of its best seasons. Winning fifteen games, the team played an outstanding schedule. One factor which led lo the great success of the '56-'57 team was the number of tall men on the squad. Credit, loo, goes to coach l'at McCarthy who led the team to its victories. ancl the Court. Left lo righl, bark row: Manager Harding, Carl Shipley, Buck Hoyle, jim LeCompte, Cary Elder, Eric Hurlebaus, Warren Schwab, Coach McCarthyg front row: Manager Young, Roland Green, Allen Steele, Bob Costello, Dave Collingwood, Chip Wvard, Larry Poterheld, Manager Ayton. Key Club officers pose with Advisor, George Mandel. On the Gaithersburg stage, the Key Club fills an outstanding service job. Sponsoring beneficial school activities, this organization strives to better itself and G. H. S. Key Club members prepare the G. H. S. directory The Key Club Stars in Service Two significant activities which the Key Club sponsored this year were a school directory and a formal dance in january. Each was successful. Key Club members meet in the Student Government room. Right: Harry Burke, publicity committee, an- nounces the Key Club formal. Left to right. bark row: Coach Harvill, Goose Majors, Tommy johnson, Carl Shipley, Ralph Snyder, jim LeCompte, Roland Green, Mobley, John Willsie, Manager Biddingerg front row: Oliver King, Eddie Drew, Chip Ward, Larry Watkins, Bob Costello, Hecto Huerta, Bob Porter- field. Under the direction ot John 1-larvill, the Trojan nine carried out a colorful baseball season. They met each rival with zeal and performed skillfully. Cn the diamond l f S is 1' Each year seniors have the duty of raising' funds for the yearbook. In order to do this. they canvas the area selling Sail On ads to local businessmen. Those selling highest amount of ads appear above. lst Row: Perry, Steeleg 2nd Row: Huerta, Finegan, Stanifer, Farmer. Allen we Q I . if Allnutt, D. l f!!! v.. , , , l V if V '- il 2 fn it fl Annum, R' , . ii if I AYton, C. -- A H gf fl' 9 . , ' ..-'Fe J. Ayton Q' 5 my K I ' Q 1 I - 1 X ' if l W Burdette, W y.Sli?2S15?" 'f' 'B ' -i t ,. ' xii Burdette, W " 'ax . A ,gg Q .f.-,t, --Q 3 1 , Brown Q ,, gf .fill 'X l 'L Q W ' Brinegar lla Q. fl.. 'ull t., Briggs' C Briggs, J- lc Q Blalock bf 5 . t t lttltilt ' fl' Biddingcr i A . ' ? ' ' X fr Beatty A A "-- ' 5 I ' Q g 4 A 136211 K , X W .-- f fl to K 'U Our glee club gives a performance The trio practices with Mr. Earl. Senior high students in an English class setting Eleanor Schneider B.A. English Baker, C. Baker, S. Bartee Z t '- 4-. -'sQ.:l.-as ii i ee Q A K 5- A a n . x . i. M t ,. 1 Marian Curling A.B., M.A. English Barton Beach Callan Calloway Cartor Cator Cissel Clagett Clinedinst Collins, S. Collins, T. Cook Corbin Cover Cuflley of " Qs 4. QW? Joan Morgan B.S. Home Arts B.S. joseph Zetts B.A., M .A. Art E 'Qc' . v,,A ,, or .,Q'i f" ii '11 L.. xi- "' 'S 5 sf 9 2 5 ,f ' gtg New . Demory Deppa Dodson Donivan Drew Duley Duvall Earp Eckloff Farmer Left: An art display. Right: Class at work in home arts. , gf, if Y Q sg. .fa 1 I I 1 X . . Dale 5 Davies A ,A ' , A "A, f A Demory, C. ',o, , , - ' gfffyyg- ss j Q fffzfvzfn ', . eff ,,,oooW. t 1 A V on - . "'o 1 4 ' 1 P' -vi, ' 'iif""5L.J ' . ., D D ' " ' 7" ff, ' " 'QQ f 1.111 I , N, A .,,.-,, FF V , E '-'L ' A 3' . ' . - , -f K 7 ,J A - DS" X'-ff' 1 W 'iss ' . r f : 1 ,, 1 .K hw -. A ., " "" N ut? A . ' ' - ' , '. V " zfgzgwq ff " 'f . S3335 Q - H s x A fr.. B Many students, aspiring to farming careers, spend much time in agricultural classes. Study- ing soil conservation, animal care, and other practical applied courses, these students gain much useful education. Donald Watkins B.S., M.S. Vocational Agriculture Chester Cissel B.S. Vocational Agriculture Wayne Busbice B.S. Vocational Agriculture Foster Fowler Frye Gallaher Garland' Harper, D. Hawkins Hayes Geiger Gilliam C. Gilliam J. Gordon Graybill Green Griflin Grogan Haney Harper, D. Hege Hostler Hottinger Hough Huerta Hundley jackson Jefferies johnson Kauffman Kimble King King, O. King, R. King, S. F .m 1' 'T 3 iibhx! .V I-I . , 5.1 I gn' uf r-is , I ,f 1 fr f was 1 . , V - N129 'Q in :P X ' ,V ,, 'ii , 2 S .,,,,.. L King, W, Kirk L A Lamb gs., XFX ln. f 1 fcfifk won -a , ,, x I L V an gif' 1. I , ,. ..,.,., Q. , :. -Q W' A - ' ' ef'Ti5ffL5 '55 2, Qiziaifgliic' ,, 11-1 if , wwfifzfw I Q6 4 92' y . 1 A , Q V 3" -'47 qi ii . -if , x I -7-gzfgf' ': 'Mfr ' - in Wy3fg0:'isas-A12 a1S3E:!fiii-Gif-A 3 f K wi 5:4-151. if Q ..g. X ' . 5 Qggiguf W , . 5 g wi. Students enter the doors al 8:45. Fhe gym nears completion. lb S Osterwise Newman Moxley Morton Monaco Moone Mobley Messer Mead Martens Mark Moran Magers Lippart Lewis Leimanis Leaman Lane Lancaster Lambert Ostwald Pack Palmer Payne Phelps, H Phelps, S. Pickrell Poole Powers Price Ray Reid Riggs Rogers Rotruck Sandison Savage, C Savage, D Schwartzbeck Schwartzb 9 'R C 1' P eck, J I I 'bl , - 6. . . ,I , A 5 M M x. - 22" 4 - L' it P A it l na, .,, gf ' f' W ie-fifld 'gp I -. wr- L' Kg 1 l K , ' - J ' 1' I , ., :V . f QPR , Sheets 5 he If Ma ,,aP I . WK R-V i.k ' f h x ,.e Q :N if P' ' , ,h 55 3 if 41,05 .Wk eq J, , 7, 1- V - " "" ' ' "" elee P ea ff ' 'T patrol member on hall duty in the Senior high wing. 4 'lf .B Q X , V 'P , xi ' fig ' ,.1 V, ., A r-ggmff ' K5 Staub S fa ' y51:,j':'f W. s-CMI? Slelrlemyef - P , if In .Il Q ..-.13 , , Stresau iff, A .V '. Suddueth ,, S ff, ,I - .f 42919 ' ' 'Q ' Thompson - ' ! . V Q' . V 4,:f ,V 1 X,:V QE? - ,i-fgim J' ' +5 I , QA an ' F if ,,, Q ,ff 2 ,, Snow Hits CH. . ll iss in The G.H.S. hand in formation. Shipe ,gi h Shipley In A- A A Shoemaker V ' ' Smith " ii Spaulding ,V Trigger Truilt Tull Voight 5' , 1 3' or Bob Farmer battles five girls in the january snow. f f, ,L 1? S , , K t A. .gb A' VV 'age jig? Ward Waters Wear Webb Wells nf. is, . ...1 Our gym in a winter setting. A A 'ff , -it . ,, 49 51 e t Q eg W - f ' , f 5, 1:1-:w.,,, . W 8 4' ' ftf X W.,,Wt it gt sf X KT- A if I Willsie Wilson Wright Yokely Young N- 4 MM -W , 4-4-1:63 . , f 4 1 5. ,--MQ all ,, L .Jw ,1 , i , X if i A f 'Pf V 'K . W .- ,, ' 75 ve gm?-W Werking Wetherell White Williams Willis Ji!-:ii vw-1 fll"'l.i:f'fi:zS2' it iff , i.. ., 4 I"RFSHNI.vXN OFFICERS: Kenny Iorrcyson, president , Sondra Spring, vice-prcsimlenlg Nancy Lcchliclcr, secre- taryg and Martha Kcpliarl, lrcasnrcr. SOPHOMORIS OFFICERS: john Rogers, prcsidenlg John XVillsiQ. viceapresiclenlg Phyllis I-lundlcy. secre- taryg VVil1na Ilrcw, lrcasurcr. JUNIOR OFFICERS: joe Dobson, president: Betsy SENIOR OFI"ICliRS: jinnny Krisc, presiclentg Bill Arlains, vice-prcsirlcntg Nancy Mann, sccrelaryg Mary Hollinger, vice-president: Peggy Stanifer, sccrelaryg Lou Glover, treasurer. Becky Lambert, treasurer. Adams Barnes Barnharl Benson Bum Bernatz Blankenship Bohrer Boxall Brincgar Brown B urkclt Cnlron Cizlrrocchi Clark .1 az: , ,,.4 A , ,2,,,, N A ,b., inf -. :C ' :X S ' W Q, ,J nu' .K f -- H 1Bf Q. . nB A, 1 Q X Q Ab . , 1 fy n 9- BB B Q. B ia " - rr. M . K ' W 6. WB '-', .fx--' SCXUOYS Cul UP in me hall' Former counselor, Arthur Mzlcllollalcl, turned in Jiillllllfy lo xisil for an day. IC- I Cheerlng Us Un G. H. S. cheerleaders encircle the Trojans. 86 9- In thc drama of the past year, the cheerleaders played an im- portant role, bolstering the football team and cheering the Trojan hoop squad on to victory, Throughout the rain of the Rockville game and the sunshine of other days, the cheerleaders performed with spirit. Dottie Lee Perry heads the cheering squad and Linda Lagerson, june Bcall, Mary Lou Glover, Maggie Lee, Barbara Duvall, Sue Collins, and joy Green com- plete the list. dl w. Our majorettes pose. 1.611 Io right: Suzanne Grillith, Karlcne Miller, Janet Miller, Jeanne Price, and Patsy Kilhv. Cur Ma jorettes Leading thc hand at parades and football games, the G.H.S. majorettcs add color and vitality to the marching unit. The girls wear white and gold uniforms, harmonizing with the tradi- tional hlue and gold of the hand. janet Miller heziclecl the majorcttes for two years. Helen Honsherger, ffiflllly Hd' visor, instructs the majorettcs. W it 2 2 by - My? 3-,..., gm:- .wt:':.'sf4iwg9 g A-gg . ,w..,,m,, 4. t fi st-,,fs1GE?t . . f ' ' 1 ' K. A 11,5 ,lf :jg Q51 ?:fgE:,g:g: In the Orchestra Pit 'rf ,K . 551431 Sixty members comprise the vibrant, prize-winning G.H. S. hand. From football field to parade route, these players marched triumphantly through the '56-'57 season. Miss Frieda Price conducts the hand which practices each morning during first period. Bucky Hoyle is president of the organization and Bill Signor and Beverly Mullican complete thc officers. K A 4 . ., I, ...rw sf' 'ff' .i,. 1 11:22 Senior band members in the hand room. liromlmonists in the senior hand. Before students enter the hand they practice and improve in the junior hand. Each year, G.H.S. enters county and bi-county track competition. Fighting to win, the Trojan track team has always done well. Cn the Track Members of the team shown in the pictures are Bump Kephart, Charles Burke, Walter Royer, Warren Schwab, and Arthur Huerta. Mr. Adam Zetts coached the team this year. L Q F 3 : Q' 'IW,.'l:tf?Wf,1-15fffki''?:E'V"l!J.-f'55'3'5: lnflii ' , ,t,.. , t , ,.,, ,,,, , t..t , tai? and Mat This year for thc hrst time, G.H.S. formed Il wrestling team. Under the supervision of Mr. George Mandel sev- eral boys studied the fundamentals of wrestling. The picture :it right shows the team nt its match at XVashiug- ton and Lee High School in Virginia. On the squad were Bill Signor, Andrew Silinsh, Marcel Moone, Eddie Bohrer, Hector Huertn, jimmy Krise, Billy Arcns, Paul Mohley, and Bob Hurst. Eli.-15:1 , . 1,45 8 ,T my if ' 'iiit E . i s' ..,. 'V . ' M XM- 4. 'if X'AAA V f - ff: ' , - airs E 3 .. .,' f , William Edwards A.B., M.Ed. Bookkeeping, Banking .,,A b -- s.. ' 5' A , Ai Qi' Q, ,M ff -..j-. ' - - ,Egfr . V in E as i D if D D D N V jg v 94 'fe 7:7 E " 1 . ,V , y a D i . i lv K-4 wal 5 ' 1 if , ,fiwvx ' .4 f 15 E' 5 4 1 knn f-P 'E ' X' ,,, ,, L n.nk i s is ZY'1 "- L... E Q . 5 'F D9 if Qs S.. ' , f ' ,E 'M x ' V Gum r , W,,,. ? Q Qi? ' W Harding " V Heck 92 Business students scrvc in the bank. Frances Ward Clayhorne Cole Costello Cullop Davis Dobson Edwards, D. Edwards, L. Embrey Foster Fowler Fraley, D. Fraley, E. Gauck Glover Golliday Green Greer Groshon Guadagni B.S. Typing, Stenography E iii- 511 ni ""i , ...' f is ' ,W NX is J , ' ',,, 4 james Toquimo B.S., M.A. Typing, General Business i Roland Ward B.S. Diversifed Occupations 5:,LL .gi :X 3' 1:22, A it 0 ,ww 3 , tx l ,' , . -L i X 7 N 57' Q , ,ff N N 1' i li A I I I fi -aa-, 4' 6. 5, fin 4, 1 C '- 6, f X . -. t f , 'X 1 X - .L L. , Q 1 I . N - fs f - -H L ,fs L L, gg, Q. A , . L iv A S AJ 11- A VYLL i .5 I ff H A f Q tg.-, . Y l -I 1. it 1 JMX l an McConnell McGowan L ill gew lofi f ' 2 . ii ,Ili Heisler Hubble Hurlebaus Jarvis johnson Keller Kemp Kilby Lagerson LeCompte Lee Leimanis Lenz Lynch Mann if i L -m,, , K4 Members of the A.V. club play an important luck stage role on the Gaithersburg scene, Although not openly seen, audio visual activities aid the school immeasurahly. Mr. William Swyter spon sors the activity. Senior high science and academic math classes are basic requirements for those planning to enter college. They also help prepare young scientists for future roles. McGraw McLean Melvin Miller Thomas Bilek B.S., M.A. William Swyter B.A., M.A. Mathematics Mills Munday, D. Munday, M. Osterwise Porterfield Prather, j. Prather, T. Price Pritchard Rawn 4 Ricketts Rogers Rohrback Royer, C. Royer, W. Schwab Selby Sexton Shoemaker Smallwood Snouffcr Spencer Storm Sudduelh Swank Thompson, Thompson, Watkins Wetherell Whitaker N. N. F M ' S. W 'ff' .S , if , 5 II 5549 I 5 Q fs is ctw, 1 'LUN , ., Z1 -kr-L H41 . L ' I ' 'S , A- if Sim. Ri ei k 'Kiike . , . ' . 5 F G if I h . . X ff . S Q av 5 my sn' . I in H 4 A 15-f yy. iiii L Z' iii " ',o i ii? ' Nvyatt Z' 1,8 Q , w.u.......,.N...,, 1 . ' ,..g1 Our drama endsg the curtain closes on our stage .,.,..,....,.,......,..,..,.....,,.,............... EXEUNT. W. J. CLEMENTS General Merchandise and Appliances Phone: 351-j GERMANTOWN, BIARYLAND KINSEY'S ESSO SERVICE Gas, Oil, Tires Phone: 132 RUTH'S BEAUTY SALON Three Sisters-Ruth-Emma-Margaret "Remember your Hair" and think of Ruth's Phone: 303 GAITHERSBURG, MD. V'OLFSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE Outfitters fo-r the Entire Family Dry Cleaning -- Pressing and Minor Tailoring Phone: 394 Gaithersburg, Md. LELAND L. FISHER, INC. Lumber-Millwork-Paint Builders' Hardware 200 HUNGERFOLD DRIVE POp1ar 2-6123 ROCKVILLE, MD. HERSHEYS CLEANERS, INC. Across from Safeway Free delivery service 1 HOUR DRY CLEANING Phone: 771 ECKER,S WATCH SHOP Specialists in Watch Making and Watch Repairing Watches, Clocks, jewelry 105 N. WASHINGTON ST. Rockville, Md. Compliments of Melody Inn Fresh corsages and bouquets for all Occasions by g-I SPEEDY DELIVERY Aw.. ,, us- A. GUDE SONS CO. IJ ' vi? I E Phone: POp1ar 2-6141 Random Kennels Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert S. Kendrick Gaithersburg 1091 WASHINGTON GROVE. MARYLAND TEXTILE TOWN Fabrics for the Whole Family Across from the clock POp1ar 2-4777 16 Montgomery Ave. Rockville, Md HANNES FORMAL WEAR GAITHERSBURG Rental Tuxedos -- Full Dress - Cut Aways 81 CO, All Accessories First in Silver Spring Radio and T. V. sales and service lU"iPef 9-9505 8229 Georgia Avenue Silver Spring, Md. Appliances Q Housewares Gift Items - Toys, Hunting K Fishing Supplies Phone: 419 FREDERICK AVE. at CHESTNUT ST. jim Spring, Mgr. Compliments of . . . .I AYE'S BOOTERY Your Family Shoe Store Rockville, Md. DEMORY BROTHERS Builders and Contractors Commercial and Residential Gaithersburg, Md. Gaithersburg 1066 Compliments of . . . CLARK'S GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone: Gaithersburg 517W DALE MUSIC COMPANY 8240 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring, Md. Open Monday-Thursday-Friday evenings Kilhy's Middlebrook Service Garage Lubrication-Gas-Oil-Auto Repairs Rt. 240 Phone Gaithersburg 699-W Congratulations from MR. 81 MRS. DONALD KING to Senior Class Compliments of . . . GAITHERSBURG MARKET Phone: Gaithersburg 142 Compliments of . . . DONALD MAGRUDER GARTNER'S FUNERAL HOME Ernest C. Gartner and Forte H. Sandison Private Ambulance Service 316 E. Diamond Ave. Phone: 12 Gaithersburg, Md. GAITHER THEATER Always a good movie Patronize your home theater HINES HATCHERY Baby Chix - Feed - Dressed Poultry Olney, Maryland SP 4-2021 Sc WH 6-8306 MUSSER BROS. Florists and Garden Shop Flowers for any occasion Open Weekdays Sc Sundays Phone-Gaithersburg 898 or 333 Compliments of . . .lOHNSON'S ESSO SERVICECENTER Rockville, Maryland KING MOTOR COMPANY Pontiac -:- GMC Trucks 312 E. Diamond Avenue Gaithersburg, Maryland oil grease accessories tires Dine by crackling log fires . . . "famous for Hot Popovers" WATER GATE INN On-the-Potomac-at F DI 7-9256 NORMANDY FARM Potomac, Maryland OL 2-9421 Open Every Day of the Year Luncheon 0 Cocktails 0 Dinner Compliments of . . THE LIBERTY MILLING CO. Germantown, Maryland Compliments of . . . MOTEL WASHINGTONIAN Rockville, Maryland PETER PAN INN COUNTRY DINNERS U.S. Route 240 alternate at Urbana, Maryland Phone: TRemont 4-3354 BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS SOUTHERN STATES PETROLEUM COOPERATIVE, Inc. Gas-Fuel Oil-Motor Oil Phone: 51 Gaithersburg, Maryland Steinbergs TROY MUSIC STUDIO QUALITY SHOP BUDGET SHOP Vvearing Apparel For The Entire Family Poplar 2-2058 New and Used Instruments-Accessories and Repairing Sheet Music and Records-Private Instructions All Instruments 241 E. Montgomery Ave. Rockville, Md. WA1'ERS MOTORS Auto Repairs-Used Cars Phone: 166 Frederick Avenue Gaithersburg, Md. Frank R. Troy, Jr. Gaithersburg 415 204 E. Diamond Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. Compliments of . REED BROTHERS, Garden 4-8200 Rockville, Md. Inc. SOUTHERN STATES GAITHERSBURG COOPERATIVE, Inc. Feed-Seed Fertilizer-Farm Supplies Gaithersburg, Maryland ROCKVILLE STATIONERY, Inc. fBack of WooIworth'sj Rockville, Maryland Phone: POplar 2-6116 Typewriter Headquarters 1891 1957 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GAITHERSBURG Gaithersburg, Md. Over Sixfy Years of Safety and Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation GLENN E. GILLIAM Custom Builder of Quality Homes "Buy With Confidence" Phone: 560 Gaithersburg, Maryland Compliments of . . . MIDDLEBROOK GROCERY GAYLA GIFT AND FURNITURE STORE Gifts - Cards - Costume jewelry Tables Chairs Dishes Pottery Damascus, Maryland Phone: CLearwater 3-2511 DAMASCUS MOTOR CO. Chevrolet Sales and Service H. Deets Mfarfleld, -Ir., Manager Compliments Of A F R I E N D New BEN FRANKLIN 56 Store 1013 306 - 308 Diamond Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. Modern Self Service Yard Goods and Advanced Patterns Phone: 210 M ERLE BARBOUR, Owner 1888 - 1957 BOWMAN BROS., INCORPORATED Quality Feeds for Over Sixty-six Years Custom Formulas a Specialty Gaithersburg, Md. Phones: 24 or 25 Add years to your life, and Life to your years DRINK MILK! ROCKMONT MOTOR co. 4 -1 r., fifll1QVROl.ET,f' O Li V OK Used Cars - All Makes Serviced POplar 2-2166 110 N. Washington Street Rockville, Maryland ROMER 8: CO. Realtors 436 Frederick Ave. Gaithersburg-299 Gaithersburg, Maryland TOWN 81 COUNTRY ELECTRIC, Inc. Sales - Service 300 E. Montgomery Avenue Rockville, Maryland Poplar 2-3905 Your Frigidaire Dealer RCA-VICTOR Over Fifty Years of Dependable Service GRIFFITH 1 CONSUMERS CO. 1413 New York Ave. Mlitropolitan 8-4840 Washington 5, D.C. Fuel Oil - Coal - Oil Burners - Building Materials 24 Hour Oil Burner Service BRADY - ROETTERS Buyers of All Species of Standing Timber Free Estimate and Appraisal White Oak a Specialty Gaithersburg 988 W. O. Rose, Forester Home: Gaithersburg 398-W-ll DALAMAR BOWLING LANES Observe Bowling Etiquette Best Quality Bowling Balls, Bags and Shoes Twelve Lanes for your entertainment Dalaburgers-Mann's Potato Chips Sealtest Ice Cream at our fountain Rent Sealand "Silver Streak" Roller Skates at our rink Weekend Matinees 2 to 5 Evening Sessions 7 to 11 ADRIANS APPAREL SHOP Dresses, Coats, Millinery, Skirts, Blouses JUNIORS'-MISSES'-WOMENS' 24 E. Montgomery Ave. Rockville, Md. Opposite Courthouse ELKIN'S JEWELERS Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware 9 South Market St. Frederick, Md. Agent for STIEFF SILVER HERBERT BRYANT, Inc. Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Phone: Gaithersburg 151 or 444 Gaithersburg, Maryland W.I.N.X. Voice of Suburban Maryland General Manager-Pierre Eaton GERMANTOWN SHELL SERVICE Tires-Batteries-Accessories Route 117-118 Germantown, Maryland Gaithersburg 925-jl Owners: Briggs Brothers THE MONTGOMERY FARM WOMAN'S COOPERATIVE MARKET INC. Open Wednesday and Saturday OLiver 2-2291 7155 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesda, Maryland C. C. CARTY, Inc. Furniture - Rugs - Draperies 48-52 E. Patrick St. Frederick. Maryland GAITI-IERSBURG FARMERS SUPPLY, INC. International Harvester - Frigidaire Gaithersburg, Maryland Hardware - Paint - Machinery GAITHERSBURG MILK CO. Milk Hauling Tank 8: Can Trucks Phone: 104 Gaithersburg, Maryland STONE BROTHERS, Inc. Custom Building 8: Remodeling Free Estimates POplar 2-2613 GAITHERSBURG LOCKER SERVICE Slaughtering - Wholesale Meats Freezer Supplies-Lockers 12 S. Summit Avenue Phone: 190 Gaithersburg, Md. GAITHERSBURG BARBER SHOP 4 N. Summit Ave. A pleased customer is our best advertisement Compliments of . . . FIN-COR NURSERIES Clarksburg, Maryland BOWLING'S MARKET Fancy Meats - Groceries Washington Grove, Maryland M. M. WALKER 8: SONS Fruits - Vegetables - Frozen Foods Meats-Groceries Phone: Gaithersburg 4051 CHAPIN LUMBER CO. 313 E. Diamond Ave. Lumber - Building Supplies Phone: 60 Gaithersburg, Md. HELEN BECRAFT Interior Designer CRAFT SHOP Graduate of G.H.S. and Parsons School of Design New York-France-Italy Gaithersburg-Opposite G.H.S. Compliments of . . . ALBEE SHOES l3 N. Washington St. Rockville, Maryland Suburban Maryland's Home of Nationally Famous Shoes Compliments Of . . . Gaithersburg Lumber 81 Supply Co., Inc. Rt. 240 near the Bridge Phone: 374-POplar 2-3525 Compliments of . . . CHARLES K. DAVIES, JR. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Everything for the Home and Auto Electrical Appliances, Radio, Television, Refrigerators, Gas and Electric Ranges, Batteries and Tires CLearwater 3-2286 Compliments of . . . ROY W. BARBER 8: FRANCIS H. BARBER LAYTONSVILLE, MD. Why Hesitate - Let Us Exterminate Call WOMACK INDUSTRIES, Inc. PO. 2-4348 HAzlewood 7-7435 Compliments of . . . GERMANTOWN BANK GERMANTOWN, MD. Member F.D.l.C. 4 Compliments of . . . BETTY KING For your Radios - Records - Phonographs P. H. MAGEE 81 SON Rockville, Maryland The compliments of . . . MIDDLEBROOK TRAILER COURT Compliments of . . . ROCKVILLE HOBBY CENTER Lionel-H O Trains Models and Crafts 2ll East Montgomery Ave. Rockville, Maryland Rex, mc. Distributors Delvale and Duncan Hines Ice Cream Fountain and Grill Phone: 779 Washington Grove, Maryland MRS. BARBARA G. ROSS Real Estate Broker Farms and Country Property Phone: Gaith. 323 R PARK PLEASANT MOTOR COURT Located on Rt. 240 Phone: Gaith. 527 for rates and reservations MONTGOMERY TIRE SERVICE, Inc. 334 Commerce Lane Rockville, Maryland "Pat and Broschart Richards" ROCKVILLE JEWELERS Watch - jewelry - Silver - Repairs 225 E. Montgomery Ave. Rockville, Md. Carl Ettare GAITHERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL STORE Show your school spirit buy G.H.S. Loose leaf binders G.H.S. Stationery-G.H.S. Book Covers Auto Emblems-B.N.G. Beanies-Mittens Pennants and Discs Compliments of . . . W ROCKVILLE FUEL AND FEED Rockville, Md. MERRELS, INC. Clarksliurg, W. Va. Class Rings, Announcements and Cards Stationers to the Class of '57 THE SACHS STORE. Headlight and Lee Coveralls Work Shoes 8: johnsonian Guide Step Dress Shoes Phone: PO 2-2584 218 E. Montgomery Ave. Rockville, Md. THOMPSON'S MARKET 318 E. Diamond Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. RODNEY M. THOMPSON Begin Now a . SECRETARIAL BUSINESS CAREER! Improve Your Abilities! Guarantee Your Future! 0 SECRETARIAL 0 STENOGRAPHIC 0 ACCOUNTING G. D. ARMSTRONG CO., Inc. Laytonsville, Md. Phones-Gaith - 94 CLearwater 3-2378 - SPring 4-7878 0 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 0 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT 0 HTYPING for TEENS" Fuel Oil or Complete Heating Service Goodyear Tires and Tubes GARDNER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Suite 218 Silver Spring Bldg. 8605 Cameron St. JU. 7-9052 . WOODLAWN Day Phone: Gaith. 939 Heating - Oil, Gas and Coal GAITHERSBURG Night Service: UNderhill 5-2886 WOODLAWN FUEL CO. Fuel Oil Burner Sales and Service 425 N. Frederick Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. Residential and Commercial Air Conditioning 425 N. Frederick Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. Phone: Gaithersburg 525 APPLIANCE CO. Day Phone: 352M Night Phone: 352R General Electric Appliances Ample Free Parking 425 N. Frederick Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. 6 All around you...for all around fefreshment fn 'ELM X7 P .L u 3 I 11413-Q -1,-,- E ,nllllululnug f M I- ni I 4 - '97-1 L :Z 5 wi-- . rn ,Q-fi' :rg 'L J, P GEEEEZE' , 1 11 ul i1,L.-...1. 6 , f fa 25- ff L1-,,::z-f11141??, N Calm? Il ' "Coh"uar!g1sfernd Orado-mark. Wm,,,11" 1 UOTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY Ol TNI COCA-Coll COMPANY IV L. G. BALFOUR CO. Class Rings - Fraternity Pins 711 14 street, N.w., Room 419 MEDALS Washington, DIC. Cups - Trophies - Service Awards Milk is the finest food . . . and the cheapest food . . . Drink More Milk Irvington Farms BETHESDA TYPEWRITER CO., INC. 4704 Bethesda Ave. OL 4-0953 Bethesda, Md. New and Used Portables New R.C. ALLEN Typewriters ALL STATES INN Nationally Known Restaurant and Motel One Stop Tourist Service U.S. Route 240 Gaithersburg, Md Phone: Gaith. 18 CLUB 240 RESTAURANT Route 240 Rockville, Md. For a real treat try our Fried Chicken All you can eat 51.50 We serve Children's Dinners Compliments of . . . DUKES RESTAURANT Route 40 Frederick, Md BLOOD'S FOUNTAIN Sc GRILL 202 Diamond Avenue HENDRICKSON'S Frederick, Maryland Noted for Fine Suits-Coats--Dresses For Women and Children H. C. KING Bulk Milk Hauling Lime and Fertilizer Spread Phone: Gaithersburg 983-J Germantown Q Maryland KEMP,S MEN'S STORE "On the Square" Frederick, Maryland Compliments of . . . MILLER CHEMICAL 81 FERTILIZER CORP. Gaithersburg 704 Your ROYAL Distributor NATIONAL TYPEWRITER 81 ADDING MACHINE CO. 8106 Wisconsin Ave. 925 Silver Spring Ave. OL 4-7802 JU 9-1200 JAMES A. FEDERLINE, INC. Plumbing and Heating Contractor Phone: Gaithersburg 620 POplar 2-6630 7 Chestnut Street Gaithersburg, Md. PICKE'I'I"S GARAGE General Auto Repairing-Road Service Gas-Oil-Lubrication-Accessories LAYTONSVILLE, MARYLAND Congratulations from . . . FREDERICK L. PRICE THOMAS HARDWARE 81 SUPPLY CO. Hardware - Housewares - Appliances - Seed, Etc. 221 E. Diamond Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. Phone: Gaithersburg 44 or 45 WAYNE FEED SUPPLY CO., Inc. Feeds - Grain - Seeds Phone: 10 or 545 Gaithersburg, Md. NORMAN A. MILLS Plumbing and Heating Contractor Gaithersburg, Md. BAKER'S PHOTO SUPPLY., Inc. Complete Photo Supply Headquarters 4611 Wisconsin Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 0 Phone: EM 2-9100 Compliments of . . . THE ATLANTIC SERVICE WARD'S CABS Phone: 393 or 597 Gaithersburg, Maryland WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORES Home owned by M. W. BRADSHAW J. P. Rinehart, Mgr. A BARR'S GROCERY Clarksburg, Maryland FEEDS-GROCERIES "Something for Everyone-Even the Dog" 300 E. Montgomery Ave. Rockville, Md. ERNEST D. GLOYD AGENCY G A G1 d M Real Estate Sc Insurance ' ' oy ' gr' 210y2 Diamond Avenue, Gaithersburg, Md. 302 E. Diamond Ave. Gaithersburg, Md. Telephone: Gaithersburg 7 Ernest D. Gloyd 101111 B. SUCCI' ACE SIGNS POp1ar 2-4787 Rockville, Maryland DONALD D. BLOOD Watch-jeweler Upper Montgomery County's Most Complete jewelry and Gift Store Phone: 537 Gaithersburg, Maryland WEIL BROTHERS, Inc. 331 N. Market St. Frederick, Md. Phone: MO. 2-1122 BRIGGS SERVICE STATION Texaco Petroleum Products Neelsville, Maryland W. K. BRIGGS W. L. RAY, JR. Route 240 Gaithersburg 478W Tires, Tubes, Batteries, and Lub. ANDREWS HEREFORD Darnestown, Md. Horned and Polled Registered Herefords J. E. ANDREWS, Owner PO 2-3774 WORTH'S DEPARTMENT STORE Featuring SUITS for MEN "Botany No. 500" SUITS for WOMEN "Handmacher" and "Glenhaven" East Montgomery Sc Fayette POplar 2-3474 Rockville, Md. Compliments of . . . L. D. BELL A. H. CHAPMAN Electrical Contractor Serving Montgomery County Phone: PO 2-3080 Gaith. 231-JI Compliments of . . . BRIGGS DRUG STORE 3400 11th St., N.W. Washington, D.C. Phone: CO 5-9718 STONHAM LITHOGRAPH CO. 1226 13th sm., N.w. Washington, D. C. Phone: NA 8-4067 HADLEY FARMS DAIRY Gaithersburg, Maryland Suppliers of Milk for the Montgomery County Schools For Home Delivery Call Gaith. 762-W or 762-J .IACK'S BARBER SHOP Hair-Cutting by Appointment Call: Gaithersburg 383 STUP 8r COSTELLO, INC. Authorized Distributor Atlantic Products Phone: 115 Box 98 Gaithersburg, Maryland GLADHILL BROTHERS Agricultural Implements and Tractors Dealers in LIVESTOCK john Deere-DeLavel Milkers Phone: CLearwater 3-2141 Damascus, Maryland WE ARE AUTHORIZED MOR-SIIII GAS on on INSTALLERS M SAMUEL S. NEIDE 0 R R I S O N olypoor Factory Representativ R STEEL SECTIONAL DOORS 109 S S IIHITIII Avenue G hersburg, Maryland Ph 730 C pl ntsof... the PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION Of GAITHERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Harry C. Perry, Sr. Mr. 8: Mrs. Louis Ulmer Leila H. Farmer Mr. S. Shifflett Katherine Kilby M r. M r Mr Mr. Mr Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr 8: Mr Mr. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. Family 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. W. C. Gloyd Carroll Stang Richard G. Walker Carl Cross Warren T. Kilby, Jr. Edward Parreco James Lambert L. C. Bluebond 8: Jonnie John S. Welch Glenn S. 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